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r ' . JHW r ' fp in-ttPt(i t t ry fW47 BVEXING PUBLIC LKDGER-rPHTtDBLPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 192J 7 K- Organ Plays nt'9, 11 and 4:45 Chime nt Noen WANAMAKER'S WANAMAKER'S WANAMAKER'S WEATHER Unsettled Stere Opens at 9 Stere Closes at 5 ry One Here at Concert Pitch te Give the Right Service I ' " " yy r RFw Ev Any Business Establishment or Corporation te Be in Proper Trim for the day's business must be tuned up daily just as the orchestra is tuned up in the Academy of Music each evening", as its members gather before the entertainment. When the leader, with his tuning fork, arrives he gives the concert pitch, and as each player comes in he must get that chord, se that all may be in harmony for the great occasion the orchestra is facing. Te be at concert pitch for our day's work, let each leader be faithful te de his part in striking the right note beforehand. Reynard Cemes Te His Own Again Every kind of fox fur is in favor at tills moment na much te wear with cloth costumes with out a wrap as te wear with tai lored suits. As a rule the foxes wj are new showing in the Fur Salen appear in single-skin guise, cither open and lined, or closed and very cozy. And they are of all colors light and' dark gray, taupe, pointed, blue, light and dark brown, white und black, be sides such natural furs as red and the splendid cress fox. Pricen run from $25 for a black fox te $150 for a cress .fox. (Second fleer) October CO, 1921. . n naaaa . A Weman May Cheese Her Favorite Precious Stene among tome very beautiful new rings, just reeelvad in the Jewelry) Stere. They are all three-stone rings bet with diamonds and emeralds, diamonds and sapphires or diamonds and rubies. The mountings arc platinum. Diamond and emerald rings ,$MD te $2600 Diamond and sapphire rings $1(50 te $290 Diamond and ruby rings -f lti5 te ?M0 (.Main Fleer) These Gorgeous Fur-Trimmed Coats at $175 Have Ne Equals Se ninny women are telling us end we are very sure that it is true. Wc de knew that there me none like them in this city end that is something that many uemen appreciate. The material.'! are deep pile Belivias or silky all-wool duvetyn, light in weight but wonderfully warm. They all have huge cel- (I'lnt lars of the richest and most beau tiful furs beaver, natural or black wolf, dyed squirrel or Hud Hud eon seal (dyed muskrat). Yeu will find the newest fash ion features en these coats, stitch ing te form panels or borders, the Hare skirt and wider sleeves, some ending in tassels. Fleer) A Little Greup of Very Fine "Sample" Gowns and Coats for Yeung Women Will be Sold Tomorrow at Exceptional Prices Less than fifty gewm, each different, cacli lecly, and each designed te sell at a much higher price. Wc shall sell them at ?G8 and $115. They include beaded Georgette and Canten crepe dinner gowns in peppy, aapphirc, seafeam, navy-and-garncl, black, geranium, brickdust and ether colors, and some handsome after noon gowns of salin-and-duvctyn. Thirty full-length coats, all marked at $98, an- all of brown silk belivia with large beaer cellars of exceptionally fine quality and finely silk lined. Jjizcs 14 te 20 in both gowns and coats though net in each style. (.Second fleer) rp HOSE old miniatures JL shown in a glass case just inside the Chestnut Street deer arc attract ing a great deal of atten tion and deservedly. They were painted en paper, about JS25 or 1830, and one is by Edward Hcaien, while the ethers arc thought te be the work of Jarvis and his pupil, Iiunan. Most of the subjects were mem bers of the Wcalherby family, one of whom mar ried James Sterling, who served as major in the war of 7776, ami later be came Mayer of fturliny fturliny len and a leading mer chant of New Jersey. (Mnln fleer) WOMEN'S STRAP WRIST GLOVES OF MOCHA AND BUCKSKIN Women cheerfully paid $0 a pair last year for the.e strap wrist gloves of velvety Arabian mocha. This year llicy are $0. Reautiful shades of Ian and gray, with plain or embroidered backs. Buckskin strap wrist glove i arc $4.75. Gray, drab, olive and brown shades, with Paris spear point embroidery. Beth kinds have full five-inch lops. (Mnln Heur) M Dispersal of 250 Women's Street and Afternoon Dresses at $38.50 Wc purchased these dresses at our own price. Therefore we can place them en sale tomorrow at from $12 te $20 less than they would ordinarily be marked. There are fine tricetines and Peiret twills, Canten and Russian crepes, crepe de chine, Georgette and satin-back crepe. The colors include dark blues, black, rose-taupe and various browns. And the sizes run from 84 te 44. m 9Lsome of the fmei' dresses there are eny one or two of a kind. Ihe fifteen very different models vary from simple tailored dresses au 2 Stl'?et t0, softly draPecl or beaded afternoon dresses. Altogether they cover practically every daytime dress need. We seldom have anything- te approach them in beauty of fabric and making- for $38.50. ANY women are wear ing the new stone-set guard rings, three at a lime, each ring showing a different stone. They may be had set with various imi tation stones sapphires, rubies, emeralds and black onyx, besides rhincstenes, and are priced at $2.75 te $1.50. (Mnin fleer) A New Consignment of Irish and Filet Lace Frem China Never Uac wc had such wide lilt L and Iri3h laces of buch beautiful design and quality for such little prices! But there are narrower edge:, and insertions also the&c correct for neck wear, lingerie, children's dresses and their mothers' gev in, and the prices run like this; I'ilet from 13c a .wild for picot edge te ?3.7; a yard for an 18-inch flouncing. Irish fiem '23c a yard for a picot edge te ?l.e0 a ard for a C'l inch edging. I (West Alnle) (Vim fleer) A NKW FRINGHD LACE VEIL pays no attention te the face at nil, but drapes softly ever the hat and falls from the back like a coquettish Spanish shawl. It is $12.50. Other "made" veils .start at i?u, mi'l go a long way toward mak ing the new hat a success. (Mnln Heur) PINK CHEMISES quartette of the nce.t tyk'!b include;,: One of radium uilk with Mel edge and nbln.ii shoulder straps, Price 55.83. This h an envelope chemise. Twe of (Ti .av, crepi, fiL. cf""e, step-in style, with filet in in e'tleu and self-btraps, ?5.50. One of ercpe de chine with Me ()f Georgette and UcorgeUe Moulder Mrapb, 7.50. HilM Heur) WOMEN'S SHEER HANDKER-U-JIKI'S, SPECIAL AT $3.75 A DOZEN '"' arc u. Kind thut most JJJen can't get enough of; at '. it vceinu se te uu, bccati'e ' t lie quantities of these ha.nl- kcitth that w sell. It'rf ,Ure a Ml)ft' bPut"ul uiiul w i i, . line" witl encquarter uif.inei, hems and arc ordi erdi n" told for UDc each. lWel AUI) Orchid Colored Satin Corsets uie among the latest arrivuls bearing the Parisienne label. They are exquisite nil through, from the quality of their satin te their trimming of fringed until) pleating. Price. $25. Anether Parisienne novelty is a striped pink picot cornet or girdle with a brassiere attached, a closed front and a back lacing. Price, $18. A pink silk certet is embroidered and has a net edge, $30. pink brocade has a satin fold set en above its embroidered fcnllefjij, $'28. Olilril I loerl Re a J Lace or Nene is the slogan of the well-dressed woman. Her littlct piece of neekv car must be hand-made, or she will de without. Th!b relinement 0r dress is very ea.ily ,,rriid t v lien a dainty hUle imported cellar of hand-made lace may be bought he.e for S'2.50. or an imported hand-embroidered cellar for se little a $1. The Neck war Section is filled with lovely things iuit new. many or them just trem Paris. (.Mnln rioer) Checked Worsted Suitings Are a Pleasant Change r-i The Overbleuse Means Se Much te the Suit Ken mere than it ever did beferp, and that h one of the vcrj geed reasons why the ou rldou-e appears; in se many and such delightful fernib this jcar. u...il,tT n) UU US ','.ew un'ivaK u'd c a safe choice for n woman who v ants an unusually pretty overbleuse at a moderate prh'e. A soft navy blue crepr de chine, slip-en style, opening nart wav 2""a '"'Vh' ,U,,Pl?d " Aw dcPbS dtr'Sf ham?- waist ? i! I Sales! c m "s fln,bhes thc B,ccves nnd Or u lovely satin o.erbleuse with sleeves eT (JeerKcLtc creue in tin. j.nn.c or a contrasting color and many bands of cire breW as a trimming, ( third I loer) let uie woman who wants something different from a plaii. c-jlered suiting or a tweed ter her everyday suit. And manv women are bi-ying thc-.e worsted cliecl-.e ier smart tailored gowns iu well (l iri.1 loer) d't skirts. They aj-: quilc ini. te inctliuin sied checks, in the darker coloi celoi colei mgs, a f.iu all-wool weave and ?-'. S-J.73 an.! S.!.-J3 :t , a.d. .10 le "1 inches wide. Stunning These EngJish Weel Sports Scarfs w ..j.. l r r ; -n . "" ln,n f''"if"i M'"rts skirts ei .uu . two scarfs te a ikirt. (Mnln I'liicir) At the s)'.cial pric-. Straight Frem the Custom Heuse French Dresses for Little Babies hen drcses of a fairy finene for Hie Miiall folk between wx months nnd two yenrs of age. Heme of them luiu- real Irish lace iu addition te their lovely handwork; some are quite tcverc, being intended for baby heys; some show the most delicate eyelet and blind work. Very often the skirts arc bcallepcd or lace trimmed. And the prices are amazingly hinall for sui-li little miracles of stitcher $-1.50 te $10.."i0. Petticoats te wear under them are almost as pretty and these btart at $'1.G0. (Third Fleer) 100 Pleated Sports Skirts Specials at $9.75 .nisi iucIi lovely plaid', and fctrjpt'i in the sumo quality all wool prunillas aie here in ether skills for mere than double this price. Kery skirt ,- full p'.c.itcd with (l.uit K.) the pleats flat or the hip and there are Ulll lu desirable col cel "'.ngs a, black ami-white, tan-ani-nay and navj.aud-wliit.. ney are pat ticulitrly nice f-kirts te wear umlsr vi,eri., ....,,, Women's All-Silk Stockings a i a special Price We haw marked thee goods "cenndi,," but ihe. are net what .cc iihtially known as second grude goods, but represent a mill's col lection of irrptfulnrl seen hose. T.ny are full-fa'-hiened, chiefl.v '" hlack and aru all-ailk from te'e te top. Price. Sa.2B n n.U CONCERNING BOOKS "The Legends and Traditions of n Northern County," by James Kcnimere Cooper, $5. The ixrinty is Otsego, N. Y., mid th book tells briefly the life of trc early residents. "UabitH and Characters of arleus Wild AnlmalH," by II. Mortimer Batten. S.'I.GO. Pleas antly printed and illustiatcd. "The Quimli Manuscriptu," edited by Horatio Uresser, $e Valuable as dealing with the dis covery of spiritual healing. (Main fleer) SOMETHING VERY GOOD IN THESE BLANKETS .Something that makes tlicni sell with unusual rapidity. Wc knew well that these newly opened ones will go out quickly, just like the last let. They arc veen of California wool, in thc full, double-bed siz", five pounds in weight, with pink and blue borders. And they surely are geed at ?13.50 a pair. (M.xlli fleer) BOSTON BAGS OK A BETTER SORT These Bosten bags of eurn are made of black and tan cowhide with sewed-in frames, and home of the higher-priced ones with overlapping frames and leather linings; thc ethers have fabric linings. Prices ?.'1.50, $3 and $0.50. (.Mnln fleer) EAU DE COLOGNE IN WICKER FLASKS The eau de cologne is the- de licious and refreshing Queen Mary brand, and the tiny Eng lish wicker flasks in which it is bottled make the cunningesl kind of container;. Three sizes, 7Cc, ?1.25 and $1.50. (Mnln fleer) DELICIOUS NUT SWEETS FOR IHE HALLOWEEN PARTY K resit from our Candy Kitchen and se geed that you hardly knew when te step eating. Chocolate-covered nuts, $J.Ue a pound. Xut caramels, $1 a pound. Toasted almonds, $1.50 a pound. Asserted nut candies, SI a pound. Vanilla marshmallows, 50c a pound. And, for thc children, there is the fine big Halloween Surprise package, with arieus kinds of candif'i that they will eniey and :?eme napping bonbons, all at $1-'. (Pun n l.ilr Meri-I LONGCLOTH BY THE P.ECE And of the most dcircd weigh' for Winter lingerie is priced like this: .'10 inches wide, S1.U5 thu piece 30 inches wide, SI. 15, SI. 75. .?" 52.50. $2.7G and S3.'J5 the picc! I en yards in each. (flrel fleuri SPANISH CASTILE SOAP, 75c A LARGE BAR A pure green ca-tile soap, ini ini nerted from th elne country that makes the best. Kach bar will cut into a dozen cakes or mere, se it is a m.-k economical purchase. ( Main I li,ei A Distinct New Style in Men's Fine Suits (In the Londen Shep) The distinctive feature of these suits is the loe:e, straight coals with rounded corners and made in single-breasted tyle with four buttons. These suits are of fine woolen worsteds in plain blue, gray and brown, and brown and gray with white pin stripes. Prices $48 te $52.50. Other single and double breasted suits. $48 te $5. (joed cheesing new in the pleated-back sport suits of English tweedfj, which arc se popular with college men. These are in tans and grays and thc pattern is a decidedly different herringbone design. Ceat, vest and long trousers, $52.50. Knickerbockers te match, $12. (The Cutler;) Overcoats for Men Who Want Really Geed Ones Wc don't want te beast about them, but we must saj that we were never mere confident of any over coats wc have ever shown. Yeu will see in them better fabrics and better workmanship than you have seen in any overcoats in quite a few years. And these are the two things' that matter most of all in any garment for man, woman or child. In these coats, better fabrics, better tailoring and mere careful finishing go with thc lowest prices that have been known in years. Thc prices arc $30 te $80, with an excellent choice at $50 te $65. They arc America's best at the money. (Third l'loer) New Woven Madras Shirts for Men These occllent soft cuff, plain neglige -Jiirls are in seer sucker stripes of blue, bbek, green and lavender and in a variety of pin htiipcs. ' The material in them is a geed weight for Fall and Winter. Price. ?y each. Olniii l'loer) Seme Handsome New Dellar Ties for Men , Vnc-i- ur, ai- made of a geed, heavj gi-ak of ,i!U and are cnicfly in n.agena! stripe ar.d dots,, 'f K-e des.gnr, are somewhat different from trio usual run and the iu, are the sort that will appeal te men who usually buy higher-priced n-ckwea.-. Mn!ii l'loer! Men's Tweed Hats for Less Than They A re in Londen We are filing these Lincoln Bennett Londen tweed hat, fc- .v.. winch is less than thc Londoners themselves pav for then, inere arc two stvles. imp .r!ti-iie,i e.i .r. ... ... . . .. ether stit.-hlevc: ua fs. nV .r.T a"'L. le ln" leucn. u' .. ..... ...in, Alum arc mi erni mean-, il-at the shape will held. 'Mnln into shape, whicl- loer Pebble Grain Calfskin Shoes for Men at $7.50 tiixlMZ1 ,'sn.l.ee,atap,:wt-.a make, one 'Mum riueri Loek for Quality in Beys' Suits and Overcoats Iftnh.'iS Sl "U"U,J l '"" " PTta- W ,,hl.h U.. b ,lllalllJ. Ci, b, - -pzxzsz l - l.aMK 'te pir""rt;s?rV S .os ?''3" ' with " ' f - Tieiul riueri Beautiful Statuary of Italian Marble Very Much Lewer in Price fact -!i,,mair1i;lStil'ui1!;r " ' - 1'teh. Among the aubjects arv- ..l.. . .... 'e1- "Tllr i)nii(mc" ..,...,.... ?112.60. ,MUU1"'""v; "Muic" (llgurc), new ?loe. "Kar Awa 'I'liein.hf." u... ure). no, ST.Mi. "flcbecai" (1'guic). i.uv (fourth l'luer) "At thu Sea" (lijxurc), no v (West iBe) sir. A'i