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Tr 3 ';'-..;?? (I r'-,i -A- '". . 1 t t -, ,, r ; . , fc BimsixKi vmU6'''mBr-mi&JEiJ?mA, Tuesday, jone u; 1921 ht r WEATHEU Fair Organ Plays'at 9, 11 und 4:50 WANAMAKER'S WANAMAKER'S WANAMAKER'S Storo Opens at 9 Store Closes at 5 Clilmei at Noon f I' Business Is Very Good Indeed This Month, Thank You! ViK -d i v'; v Keep to Yoiir Colors A captain, returning from South America some years ago, .saw a ship in the ake oeanng xne Dnuwi ensign, out o one drew nearer the English flag came down and 'up went that of the Chilean Republic. "Aye, aye, my lads," said the Captain, "that will never do. I don't like that fellow that carries double colors. He must be a pirate." So it proved. They had to clear their decks and fight to preserve their liberty. Carrying water on both shoulders and shifting flags for new positions in business or in State policies are always signs of Benedict Arnpldism. Not only clear the decks, but keep your hearts clear to believe that' the old flag, ' which Betsy Ross made in Arch Street, is today the greatest sunbeam of liglit and hope to the world around. wfawfc Signed June U, toil. 150 Women's Sheer Dresses Going Outsat $25 The dresses aro of cool, nlry, dotted swiss navy, gray, brown, black, rose, two greens and Copenhagen, each dotted -with white, and they are made up in nearly a dozen different models. In every instance there are trimmings of white white organdie, batiste, beading or a little lace; the sleeves arc in short and three-quarter lengths, there aro sashes or girdles, and the whole effect is very cool and fresh. Sizes aro broken, but there aro .sizes 34 to 42 in the lot, and this new price means a having of $5 to $7.50. (Flr.t Floor, Central) There Is a Difference Between Millinery and a Hat A hat is just anything a woman puts on-hcr head. Millinery is much more! Many bell and many buy and wear just hats. Wanamokcr millinery is of that special quality that justifies its name. It bears tho definite relationship to a -woman's entire tnaemblc that real millinery should, and invariably enhances it. Priced $15 upward. Today white millinery is especially to the forefront. (Second Floor, Chestnut) A Cool New Suit for the Young Woman Tailored of natural pongee, of a firm, substantial quality sure to hold its shape perfectly. The smart little skirt is plain, with pockets and belt, and the very good-looking coat is three-quarter length, with Keveral little flap pockets, und a narrow belt. We could not huggest anything cooler looking for the young woman's travels or general hot-weather wear. And the prlco is but J27.50. Sizes 14 to 20. For the young girl, too, is a well-tailored, fine, white flannel skirt of particularly good material and model, at $12.60. In 25 to 30 walht measure, and 30 to 35 inch length. (Second Floor, Clieatnat) The New Summer Fashions Appear in Wraps and Capes Sometimcb it is hard to tell which of tho two thoy are. for they aro loose, with the lines of a wrap nnd have capo sleeves, which often end in a long point with a tassel, or none at all. At all events women will find these very pretty, new light-weight garments just tho thing to take away with them to seashore or moun tain rcsoits. I he muterials are line all-wool tricotine, sorgo or velour. lie all bilk lined and moderate in their pricings, $25 to $67.60. (First Floor, Central) They We Sell Many Thousand Yards of This Dollar Pongee It w bo cool for all Summer uses drosses, dust-wraps, smocks and children's frocks. U makes artistic silky window draperies, too. a '? .,l'wuyB so fresh and clean looking, for it laundors well. And it is so very reasonably priced but $1 a yard. .... A, ",mer, heavier quality for $1.25. Both are natural color, w inches wide, and very special value at this price. (First Floor, Cheatnut) Every Woman Wants as Many Lingerie Blouses as Possible OL. H111 K00' without baying in these warm days. And so the Blouse twP, do,ni' its Pnrt by Providing the daintiest and prettiest blouaes mat were ever hero and at moderato prices, too. nmi ?"ii "PtoNy Rood now arrival is a fine whito voile with the Collar Zll hei"Btitchcd and trimmed with real Irish laco for only S0.85. ar ii rf havo filet IriBh and Valenciennes. They have collars or nin,u I i es8 somo fow "ro over-blouses and there are many hand to ?! umonB them Prices 8tnrt ut $2,B0 nml eo up slowly (Third Floor, Central) More Than Ever We Are Asked for Satin Slippers summer dresbes. " SUroriainrr numlm r ....,.., .. nl.nn.:M i-i i ... . "r "" ui iiwiuwi fwu wiuiani mum 10 WCflf Wim T (IroRKPK Ifmn I .!..,- eitnoi. 1,1 i ,y,es aro u,e "lacK sacln 311PPei' "without strap, und with tithe- hush or low Fiench heels, at $9 and $14. at $14 batin on-ftraP slipper, with high or low French heel, Villi II, r U, ....!! -I. ...in. ... . . ... ' 'it JSMi , t.i " ,Mim B"PP' v'" on" strap nnu low French heel, Sterling Silver Coffee Sets' for Wedding Gifts Without being at all a rival to the tea service, these useful little coffeo sets are' extremely popular. They aro just the right size for the cozy morning breakfast table and they are again used for tho after dinner coffee. They are light enough, too, to be carried up on the bedroom tray or to take their place ort the tea table. Four pieces fcomposo the set the coffee pot, cream pitcher and sugar bowl with tray. Among various other patterns are Newport $221 Washington $238 Plymouth $258 Fairfax $250 Vitruvian $260 Newport (engraved) . . .., .$274 Portsmouth (plain) $201 Gcorgo IT $800 Paul Revere $300 Heppolwhito (engraved) .$312 Clermont $331 Louis XVI.' $400 Lafayette $407 (Jewelry Store, Chestnut and Thirteenth) Furniture That Imparts Color and Novelty to a Summer Bedroom or Breakfast Room Painted and decorated furni ture ministers to tho desire for something different, novel, friv olous, if you will, in one's sur roundings. This is a desiro which comes to nearly everybody at somo timo or other, nnd it seems, therefore, to bo a normal thing. Tn Summer it is usually strongest. Painted and decorated furni ture is essentially Summer fur niture; it is modeled, decorated nnd colored to impart u particu lar spell to n Summer room, be it bedroom or breakfast room: and if it is tho right kind of decorated furniture it will do so. To anybody fond of visualizing an ideal Summer bedroom, or breakfast room, tho showing of decorated buRb on the sixth floor will bo of extraordinary interest. Wo have given a good deal of study to this class of furniture and many of the Buits shown here havo been decorutcd by urtists in our own shops. They will decorate to ordor any suit in tho collection. One of tho interesting things about this fur nituro is tho fascinating field it opens up for tho production of odd, piquant and arresting effects and contrasts in color, a fact of which tho buits shown here an apt illustration. aro (Sixth Floor) New Feather Fans All a-Flutter With Excitement Somebody has told them that they will soon be in tho hands of the young girl graduate and that she will love them very much and take them to tiances and par tics galore. They arc in the prettiest colors you can think of pink, rose, jade, orchid, yellow, light bluo and dark blue. Very moderately priced at $10, $13 and $15. (Jewelry Store, Chettnnt and Thirteenth) "Blue Devil" Tarns Are Here Again These jaunty tarn o' shantera of heamless wool, which had such u vogue in war time, were chris tened after tho French Chasseurs Alpins, have reappeared in good time for shore and country wear. They come in scarlet, emerald, cardinal, orange, light and darlc brown, black, turquoise, gray and white and arc $3 each. (Mnln Floor, Market) A New Book by Sir Philip Gibbs "Beauty and Nick" is its title and the critics are declaring it to bo Sir Philip's best work. It is tho novelized facts in the lifo of an international celebrity, her husband and a remarkable son. The price is $2. (Main Floor, Thirteenth) Fresh Undermuslins Short petticoats of cambric may bo had with plain hems, merely hemstitched, or with a single ruffle, for $1. Others with embroidery ruffles are $1.65 and $1.85; with laco and embroidery, $2.25, and with Appengell em broidery, $3.60. Nightgowns with ribbon-run casings at tho neck, $1.85. Of pink batiste with lace, $1.75; with open fronts, embroidery and fine tucks, $3.50. (Third Floor, Central) "Fleur D'Or" Face Powder, 75c a Box As e'ery woman who uses this delightful face powder knows, this is exnetly half price. By a special arrangement with the Parfumerio Claire, Paris, tho maker of "Fleur D'Or" face pow der, wo had a certain number of boxyj made up to sell for 75c each. Same size boxes as the ones at double this amount and exactly the same powder, but tho boxes, themselves, aro less expensive kinds. (Main Floor, Chentnnt) 45-Inch Imported Dress Linen Special, 75c a Yard It is the ramio weave which is so much used now for sports dresses to bo worn with guimpes and for separate skirts. Tho quality is very good and most unusual at this prlco. Plentv of whito. which was ono of the first colors to go in Hie last shinmont, also light blue, Copenhagen, pink and rose. (Went AM) 800 corsets of different makes the C. B., the L. R the Wnnanuiker Specials, besides C. B. Seconds aro being cleared out of the Corset Salon at $1, half price and sometimes less than half price. (XUUd Floor, CUettnuU The Newest Fancy in Women's , Handkerchiefs A fine, sheer linen handker chief with tapo border and a hand-embroidered initial and out line done in her favorite color pink, greeii, brown, old blue or purplq. $1 each. Every woman who has seen theso handkerchief a has fallen in love with them and wc aro selling many for gifts. (Main Floor, Central) Welcome to a New Lot of Belgian Table Linen Tablecloths and napkins of tho fine, distinctive kind for which Belgium has alwayB been famous. They aro woven of tho best long fiber Courtrai flax, in floral and striped patterns of uncommon in dividuality and richness. The bleach nnd finish are beautiful and back of all there is good, solid quality for practical service. (Float Floor, There are three different grades in the collection. The tablecloths are in fivo tlzes from 2x2 yards to 2Msx2Ms yards, and priced at $11.50 to $27.60 each. Napkins to match, In four sizes, from 20 Ms to 27 inches square,, at $10.75 to $27.50 n dozen. Chestnut) 1200 Boys' Wash Suits in a Sale at $3 (Average Half Price) These are the fine, cool suits that little lads of three to ten years need now and right up to cool weather. They aro in middy, Oliver Twist and regulation Bhirt styles, and are made of reps, chambrays, linen crashes, galateas and striped and plain cotton materials. Most of them are in pleasing combinations of colors and all are excellently made. These goods come from the most celebrated manu facturer of boys' wash clothing in the country. Half of them represented an overstock he had and the other half were made up specially to increase the Importance of this disposal. All are suits which regularly sell for much higher prices. (Wet Aisle nnd Second Floor, Central) Music Lovers! Note That Scotti Has Engaged Farrar to Sing next Fall in several performances of his grand opera company dur ing its tour of tho Pacific Coaht. This will be the first time the famous American prima donna has appeared in grand opera in the Pacific cities, and her roles will include Cio-Cio-San in "Madama Butterfly," as well as the title roles in "La Tosca," "Zaza" and "Carmen." Please the note also that among Now We Have Cowhide Traveling Bags for $8.75 They wore unusual value. :i dollar more just a few days ago and even then were Their distinguishing fcaturo is a double row of stitching nt the ends, where the bag wears out first, a small thing of much importance. Made of sturdy cowhide in black and three, shades of brown, leather lined, a roomy shape in 10 inch nnd 18 inch lengths. (Mnln Door, Chestnut) Red Seal Victor Records in our Phonograph Storo there is a fine selection of arias from these great operas and also of records displaying the wonderful art of both Farrar and Scotti at its finest. How luxurious and satisfying to simply put on one of theso records on your own phonograph rather than to wait until Fall or to journey to the Pacific Coast! (.Second Tloor, Centrnl) WEB &JW7Vi tb- -i. Children Know More of Good Music In a school competition held recently to test the musical knowledge of the average school girl and boy, it developed that so many of the children were familiar with the name, melody and composer of the best musical classics that it was practically impossible to narrow tho prize down to any single one of them. This surprised a good many people. But It need not. The player-piano today, with a well-selected reper toire of music rolls, has made good music the familiar possession of tens of thousands of homes. Children consequently know music as a matter of daily life. "Play Rubin.stein," lisped a tiny child who could scarcely lisp much else. And the Melody in P was placed in the player piano and played, to the intense satisfaction of the mere toddler, who was as familiar with the melody as with his nursery rhymes. A Player-Piano Is a Tremendously Valuable Musical Educator Especially in the home when there are children. It not only familiarizes the child's ear with good music, but it can be played at will like any regular pmno, and can therefore start the little fingers, too, on their musical education. Many people may not know that it is possible to have a player-piano for so little as $375. We still have S?,mecgx0.od u?ed Player-pianos for that price and upward, all of them in excellent condition. New Player-Pianos From $525 Upward including several famous makes. AH these instruments are sold on convenient terms. (KirjptUn Hull, Peconil Tloor) Save $4 to $10 on These Red Cedar Chests A manufacturer's clean-out. Finest grade red cedar, beautiful grain and finish. Fivo styles in the following sizes: Sizes Prices 42x20 inches .$24 48x20 inches 24 46x22 inches Si 46x21 inches 32 48x22 inches 37 All the above have lock and key, and would ordinarily boII for $10 more than the prices quoted. Small cedar boxes, made like the larger ones, without locks: Sizes Prices 27x15 inches $6.50 31x15 Vs inches 6.75 33xl5 inches 7.00 A saving of $4 on each. A regular built, siiinll ccdnr chest with lock and key nnd casters: Just right for furs: 31x17x16 Inches, $10.75. Wc would regularly sell this for $4.25 more. (Fourth Tloor, Mnrlii-D For Men Bent Upon Getting the Best m berge or Tropical Suits T .....'.. ..:i j, . ... . . ZrZ V it , re Is notn,S better than the right serge properly tailorpd jnnjjer serge 8Uits arc ., the JCUVJ hUmdriSr youSfn"1 ftlf IJjS H'V""" '"' W. d styles specially serge suits can make sur"e of getth 7 wifK '"T.w0 h.1ve " Particular liking for collection that includes To oil ieY kind ' S""sf!' lhm by rfis'n8 from .. Tropical Suits rrcn .MLSESS InKSj? "??L "il" l" ki" take nothing n..i. o ,. ..... .uti.iitiuiv, i tuu lauaun suns that are Joredtoho llTheMnesat ndtso" IT 8Uit8' madc ,of f? genuine fab' tai Mohair suit, So in fi ?22.o0-in brown, gray, sand and different shades of tan. wondeK gT?lB" arlX 'fl!J worsted suits of nannelt VtS-L , . , u.ioni Huuacis, (Third ritior. Market) $2. nnol and striped June-Time Opportunities Sparkle in Glassware In cut glass alone tlicro are hundreds of the most desirable pieces at an average of about one-third less than regular prices. Berry l?owU, $3.75 to $20. Orango bowls, $4.75 to $12.75. Footed dishes, $3.75 to $16. Celery trays, $3.75 to $7.50. Mayonnaise dishes, $3.75 to $12. Sandwich trays, $6.75 to $12.75. (Fourth I loor, Chrntnut) Cracker and cheese dishes, $9 to $13.50. Compotes, $3 to $8. Jugh, $6 to $14.75. , Kelish dishes, $6 to 12. Flower vases, $3 to $26.50. fundi bowls, $25 to $175. When a Man Can Get a Good Shirt for $1.55 hcecres to". raSn ShU'd pay ,noro unIei3 hir ff !? W Pff,CPi T haV so,ne 'client percale rSoSZnS J' Plnln, AF"sco htylo which c can recommend as fast colorSa quality seldom found nowadays in shirti nt this I price. All good colored striped patterns. (Mnln l'Inor, Mnrkrl) Fresh Chinese Matting Note the "Fresh" mn?nJ 8UCh u tiiffefrcnce1 in straw mattings that wo want to emphasize the importance of getting theso goods fresh and' not dried out The new shipment brings some unusually good patterns. In colors, $13.50 and $16.50 for a roll of 40 yards In plain white, $18.50, $22.50 and $28.50 for a roll of 40 yard,. Straw Rugs 9x12 feet $9.75 6 x 0 f(... or 8xl 17.50 iaxxiBtS.i-.::;::.:::::::ifi5o (heienth Floor, Chrntnut) Men's Athletic Union Suits Special at 85c tenirtr." Vm.01 ,,uVPS00k, "nlon &uits. sleeveless, knee irogwhss,roTcfati:t w,,"i ut fuu- dd ffreXSowerkeidndpriee,!nlerWCar ",Cn ""' "0W at a (Mnln l'Inor, Mnrket) Men's Foulard Neckties Are Now $1.50 They were higher priced, but as wo re cently procured i little lot to sell at $1.50, vfa havo lowered the price on all our foulard ties to correspond. There is a great variety of beautiful Sum. lea!?ns ln ero,od .col,rs' deluding the ban- .......... uto ou ucbiruoic 10 waistcoats. wear (Mnln l'loor, Mnrket) without A Fine New Style in Men's Brogue Oxfords 1 his shoo is of oil-grain calfskin in a light 8) tdo of tan that men of fashion like so well i thTs season ii 50 White Silk Crepe Skirts Special at $16.75 this te.nin iUSt ab(Ut !Tutl?ul MrtH as wo have ever had for as mSch ' ' "ny thcr Umo thy would se fr half again una n rccruinr hrocuo tnn im, r.,n ...:.. n. with perforations, wide shank and low heel I he price is $12 50. , (Mnln Floor. Mnrket) Most Desirable Office Furniture t 30 Per Cent Less 1 Ills IS mm im. ..,.,, r :. . n. .. . . ii,!re.iVruspsarirLk ru.Vr'Ju.i uesKB a" chairs of several stundiirH ,Bu ,, i :.. "" ." V ?.uou ui miesi low market nrirpi N..io.. ..n r lu "."-o ''" w pur cent ess man fow aro of mahogany. y " f these pieces aro of quartered oak and a lesks, $90, $100 nnd desks, $56, $60, of office furniture have a vcrv trond Holl-top desks, $90 and $125. i-iat-top desks, $50, $58, $65 and $70. Double $102. Typewriter Revolving $18 and $21. chairs, 10.B, Q j a y t&l ) 4 1 l Kir! floor, .ilnrkvt) Arm chairs, $14.50. 110, $13 and 4 $65 and $&0. ." 'i Mr (Kail AUW (ThlrS I lz t Elnnr .. Murkrt) k-W ', aA-v hji'.'-'! . Utrft&S HK h v." i " y Q vtyt'Vi MWlrun .. ." u f,l lffiJM "''J '"