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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, September 08, 1921, NIGHT EXTRA, Image 12

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EVEMNG BUBLIO LEDGER PHnjAJ)I5LPHjA, THtlRSDAY, SEPTEMBER-
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ENGAGEMENT-RING STYLES
CHANGE LIKE MILADY'S HAT
Up-to-Datc Miss Wants A'oie of Old Setting That Was Pride of
" Grandma and Her Fiance Years Ago
There was a tlmp when nn piiriiro- , linnrl of the fortjuuitc- wearer of n lilt
,'t, ment ring was n modest little stone s-etjof diamond mid ilntinitm expenolveness.
J' high on n thin bnnd of jold. Hutnlox. Countless women Iiiivp taken their
' the modest little stone Is n thins of the rings with nn old-fnshloned settlnj; to
" past, ns Is the modest little wenrer. j Hip Jewelry wtnre nnd had them reset.
Our Krnndmothers were fntlsfleil with With n larce stone already in a woman's
ft tiny bit of sparkle, nnd moved their ! poieMoii, she HiuN It is not so costly
lunula nbout that It might show, hut to Iiiivp a ring like her daughter's.
not ko with the women of today. i There arc some women who for sen-
The conventional TiVan setting is IJrj&ThT-iTlS'ndritr !
nuiurai i-iini.i.. .ui. .i ii.-.. r.i. ji-m-ivii. years ago, nut ine nvernce womnn
here. There Is nn occasional fall for wishes to he of the mode, he It to change
STABLE FIRE IS COSTLY
Horae Shot After Being Severely
Burned on Woodland Avenue
Fire destroyed n stable nt G'212 Wood,
land avenue, belonging to Henry Svank,
nnd heavily damaged n smnll building
In the rear of it, owned by Ucorgc ,
Townsend & Co.. today. Two horses i
locked In the stnble were not released
until the nrrlval of the firemen. One
horse was so severely burned that It
had to be shot.
one to be worn by a conservnMvn miss,
but the demand is very smnll.
Clear, sparkling stones are set In the
most exquisitely carved bands of plntl
num. The fancy platinum nnd diamond
rings, a large stone surrounded by
smaller ones, are not used so much n
engagement rings, although many are
bought for thnt purpose.
A narrow band of the platinum sup
ports a stone which Is set rather high,
but In no way resembles thp once fali
ionnble Tiffany etting.
The chnnge was grnilual nnd hardlv
noticed nt iirst. In the beginning, the
old-fashioned setting hud prongs of
platinum. They were light in color and
brought out the beauty of the stone.
Besides, the platinum tips were more
practical, ns tliev held better.
And then nn ingenious mind devised
the plan of a different type of engage
ment ring, and the new stIe caught on
by storm Out of nowhere sprang the
new rings, and nianj an imagiiiiirv wisp
of hnir is tucked into place by the left
the position of the trimming of her hat
oi the style of her engagement ring.
Console Type Phonograph
.vii I3H0 00. now :i'0 00. thp most
.MUHful rnno'e Type we have ever neen
Standard mak (luaranteed V.Asy terms.
BLAKE & BURKART
Kletrntli unci Wiilnul
V- J
SING
WITH
FALSE TEETH?.
SURE!
Dr. Wernet's
Powder
KEEPS THEM TIGHT
Relieves sore gums, sweetens
the breath. A white powder. At
best Drug or Department Stores,
30c., 60c., $1.00 or write direct to
WnutDentlMfg.Ci.,U53ekanSt.,N.Y.
Lameness neglected
often becomes serious
and permanent and the
longer you delay the
more difficult the re
covery. Promptly treated with Ab
sorblne, Jr. the joints and
muscles soon lose their
soreness and stiffness.
ctbsorbine, Jr. Is made of
herbs and is non- poison
ous safe and pleasant
to use.
$1.25 a bottle
st most druggists'
W. F. YOUNG. Inc. .
Springfield, MusachiuetU H
mam.v.uumtnv.w:,ai
healthful habit drink
Cream Buttermilk
There's more "body" to Supplee-Wills-Jones
Crean Buttermilk than the ordi
nary kind that's the cream in it. And
what's more, you'll enjoy its rich, flavor
ful taste quality.
"Keep a bottle on the ice."
Ask your driver or telephone
Sufflee -Wills-Jones
ft B wilk'.B
il iH PH IE 9PmI Wr Ar iCVw JB Jf
W. The
Wm Mlr",iew sugar-coated
tsEjdbj J chewing gum
BJiSaf d which everybody .
iBWHr (ikes - you will, w
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7 tfmlmlP
&M K dfr'&9 4 Zt&
P-iWVVVfutvW
( delicious
peppermint
flavored sugar
jacket around pep
permint flavored chewine
cum that will aid your appe
tite and digestion, polish your
teeth and moisten your throat.
By the makers of
7-
"Aft&r Every Meal
iSrrSSRM'
B123
Store Hours: 9 to 5.30
7 rw II
v Why not a
Friday
$598 terms to
Grand Piano?
suit you.
GlMBEt BROTHERS
MARKET CHESTNUT" EIGHTH NINTH
Thuraday, September 8, lg?
For j
Friday
The real boys "stingy"
carries class colors colors
anyway. 60c at Gimbets.
-
Women s Suits Such Glorious Novelty-Styles
Between $59 and $119!
-ii
Millinery Copies and
Adaptations of
Paris Modes
Fresh from the Famous
Gimbcl Millinery work-rooms
Specially
Featured
at $6 to $35
Including some of the Paris mod
els themselves.
And especially featuring the sort
of hats for general wear that meet
Philadelphia's early-season needs
best.
Gimhcls. Millinery Salons,
i hird floor
Untrimmed Felt
Hood-Hats at $1.50
The kind you pull into any shape most
becoming!
Black, Dihty green, Jiggs red, navy, sand,
Copenhagen blue, and pearl gray.
Gimbels, First and Third floors
Imagine Women's
Silk-Embroidered
12-Button Length
Gloves p
J.
Styles as like Paris as two peas in everything
but the price!
The new long coats.
The new short coats.
The new collar-lines.
The new "sleeve-lines."
The new godet-treatments.
The new flare-treatments.
The new fur-treatments.
The new embroidery designs.
But above all above everything ever imagined
in Suits before such wonders of "cut" as only see
ing; only the actual trying on and seeing that those
"lines" do to set off your very own figure only that
can do justice.
Vcldynes, Moussyncs, Tricotincs, Mochatex.
Duvet delaines."
And oh, such glory of color-tones!
Let the Woman Who Wants Her
Suit for Immediate Wear See These
at $'18.75 and $33.75
Of our own splendid "Flex-o-tex." The $18.75 Suits unlined.
The $33.73 Suits silk-lined and cosily interlined.
Cut tailored planned with an exquisite care.
And a size range from 34 to 48.
Gimbels, Salons of Dress, Third floor
at $1
Fine quality chamoisettc.
Dainty self color clasps and
three rows of self color silk
embroidery. Browns, grays
and beaver.
Gimbels, First floor
Lace-Top Waists
Unique and Useful
at $5.95 and $7.95
Lace tops and sleeves Georgette lower-half.
A heavy Spanish-style lace in the model at $7.95.
A lighter, airier lace in the $5.95 waists.
Both come in black, brown, or navy, blue lace and Georgette
to match.
Peter Pan Over-Blouses of Crepe de Chine at $5
Cutest things! For the over-the-skirt part 'is a' set-on pleating.
Pink, white, brown, navy blue', and black.
Gimbels, Salons of Dress. Third floor
Pinafore Collars
With and Without Cuffs
50c to $2
very
Linens and piques -tailored,
very smart.
Organdies plain, polka-dot,
embroidered and satins.
Embroidered and lace trim
med nets, eyelet embroidery.
Any type for the Peter Pan
Sweater.
Gimbels, First floor
TomorrowWomen's $10, $12 and $14
At Pumps, Oxfords and Boots
.40
$3
Thousands of pairs but not a great quantity in any one style that's what clipped
the price!
And every style appealing whether ,i smart staple or a dainty novelty.
Tongue effects, strap effects, dress boots blacks, browns, charming two-tones.
All right out of Gimbcl stocks.
A few styles pictured just a hint of the wonderful "picking.''
Extra Salespeople : Mail Orders Filled While Lots Last
At
$4.60
2000 Pairs of Women's
House and Boudoir Slippers
Black kid slippers, with butterfly pompon, chrome leather sole and low heel value $2.
All-Mlk cravenette with padded sole and cushion heel value $2.25.
All felt with silk pompon, soft cushion sole and padded heel value $1.75.
Japanese straw slippers with Terry cloth lining our own importation from Japan.
Gimbels, Shoe Section, Second floor
For September's Housefurnishings Sale Ranney Refrigerators by
the Carloads: Special Prices Begin at $10.95
Top lcera. White cnam- -., "-"'Ifr
f lined, dry air clrculn- AL-z.- Jk
tion
19 '4 ini-lios wide, M'a
inches deep, 39 incheH
high, nn lbs. capacity at
$10.95
;;u inches wide. H4
inches deep. 40 inches
hlfrh, 40 lbs. capacity, at
$12.95
i'.Hiin One-piece Por-relulti-llped
HefriBern
tois, bldu compartment.
The l"-"! alue that we
a been nb'.e to offer
In yean
Galvanized Garbage
Cans, tight fitting covers, l-z.
at 48c. None sent C. O. D. ferr
14-qt. Galvanized Water
Pails, regularly 43c. Limit
two to a customer, no
mail or phone orders, none sent
C. O. D.; each
ill
25c
tSSIl32yi
00 N'irkcloid Top Kitchen Tables
at les.s than the price for m plain
table, 2-k-IO inches, white enamel
nnisnecl 1a-e with drawer.
at
$4.95
10,000 White Porcelain Table
Tops
Seconds, very slight imperfections.
Some re almost perfect; size 24x30
inches, 25x40ji inches, 2".41 inches, at
$1.75, $1.95 if first quality would be
$5.00, $5.45 and $6.45. Xone sent C. O. D.
" -r-,(iimbels, Fourth floor
TOMORROW-
Subway StoreSeptember Sale of Sewing Machines
At Prices Well Within theReach of Practically Every Woman Who Sews
l nis sale cmoraces widely Known manes oi sewing macmncs ai Dig savings. Including floor samples nevind -liirhtlv
achincs each at a material saving. Each machine is backed by a full guarantee. Quantity limited so shop earlv
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$ $25 i. $29 s h32 $43 L 1
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, x..tnr, 33 oinf.r, $39 ; Domestic S25 " x 3-
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