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. . i iV 3$b maMF.v. . 'mwWFM $3Fi,vrr,m:BFrt lEyjmjms&iswm ., ..'(!' JW W9W1' S ('ft-!. j.nfiW,4 tf.i-t' 'SV t-C j-j-..,1 k'(t .. , - d .H, .r '.-yi- J' .' r r - " " ' ' ' -- - .. -.. ' -....-.. ... T -- WEATHER " . JLS.li.-i -A K. it' ' i (jrgan Plays at 9, 11 and 4:50 Cliimci ni .-non T WANAMAKER'S Stere Opens at. 9 WANAMAKER'S Stere Closes at 5 WANAMAKER'S iZut'u stf Where Else Could There Be Se Much te Make People Happy 1 Te Be Honored for One's , Forefather Is te Inherit the greatest of 'treasures, but it is also of some consequence te leave an untarnished and worthy record of honor for these who fellow us. It was Seneca who said that the origin of al mankind was the same; it is only a clean, geed conscience that makes a man noble, for that is derived from Heaven itself. L , Signed March 10; 1&2. pm4 Women's Fine French Kid Gloves, Special at $1.50 a Pair Beautiful gloves of exceptional value, bought in France from an overstocked maker. They arc two clasp, evcrscam sewn, with Paris-point or heavy crochet-embroidered backs. White, black with white, brOwn tun, slate and beaver. j Other Special Gleve Values Twelve-button length French .sucde gloves at $3 a pair much under value. Dark gray and a beautiful beaver shade, with heavily embroidered backs. Strap-wrist chamois-lisle gloves, special at $1 a pair, five inch tops. Black, white, cafe au laic, covert and gray. Twelve-button length chamois-lisle gloves in cafe au lait and ray. special at $1 u pair. Sixteen-button length chamois-lisle gloves in white, Leaver and cafe au lait, special at $1.15 a pair. (Wet Aisle) Children's Regulation Coats Are Once Mere $16.50. Many mothers will remember that this is the lower price of pre-war days which has net been here since. These coats are made in our own workrooms from an especially geed quality navy blue serge. They arc silk lined and have brass buttons and a hand-embroidered chevron en the sleeve. Or they may be had with black buttons. They are one of the most popular coats we have for children from two te six years. Regulation hats te match are $1.25 te $3.50. (Third Fleer) Paris9 Leve of Celer Shows in New Beaded Tunics Fuchsia is the favorite just at this moment in Pari ami Jeu will net wonder when you see the gorgeous beaded and spangled tunics in this shade. There is a rich copper tunic blended with black, the uhele icinlillating in a most brilliant way. Anether lovely one is of et and steel beads and huge steel cabochen.s. Many combine tcversil colors in the beads' and there are a number in all-black. Women will be especially delighted with the new fashion fcatuies of these tunics one 1ms the long side points, most have loose panels and fringe and a few' arc made with sleeves. They are altogether the most beautiful beaded tunics we have had from Paris this year and their prices arc from $23 te $125. (Mill" Heur) Putting Her Best Feet forward for Spring 's an easy matter, if these admirable Wanamaker slice are selected: Fer sports some women wear them en the street also rare suudle-stiap oxfords with soft round tee and flat, mannish heel. In tan calf with black calf saddle and leather sole they are iff. In putty-colored chrome leather with tan leather saddle and red rubber sole and heel, !8.G0. Fer street are grained calf oxfords in dark tan, with low wead heel and stout leather soles. One style has soft tee, long Mng tip and perforations. Anether is a plain tee blucher with uread fringed tongue. Kadi !) a pair. Fer afternoon are patent leather one-strap slippers with nar row tee, high Leuis heel, light turned sole nnti stamping around the top. Or n light-weight chestnut calf sandal with two-button ankle strap, and low French heel. Each ?10 a pair. (1'lri.l Heur) There Are Ne Better Handbags at $3 or $5 Than the group that has just gotten in. First of all, they are leather, nearly all the leathers thai are fashionable being among them. , The smart swagger is one of the outstanding shapes, Wule there is an -abundance- of the envelopes. , Celers inclu.de black, brown, tan, gray and blue. J , Net only de they have the ilexiblc edges, but silk Boru handles, as well. Before the Great Daylight Windows lh.tjie Dress Goods Salen is such a showing of new Spring tweeds and sports cloths as vyeuld be difficult te find anywhere else. The variety in tweeds and hemespuns, old world and new, is simply amazing. Never were there such colors, never such difference of weaves. Cheviots and wool epenges, tee, in every color, belong in the Spring sports cloths. Every one is all-wool, 54 inches wide; and prices go from $2 te $6 a yard. (Vint rVer) Wemeivs Everyday Skirts at $5 and $7.50 Sports skirtfc at both prices, these at $5 being of gray and tan homespun, and these at $7.50 being of plaid velour in brown-and-tan and navy-and-tan. Beth styles have smooth" fronts, gathered backs and pockets. (first Heer) Player-Pianos Practically as Geed as New At Great Savings in Price Instruments of geed make, taken in partial ex change, thoroughly renovated in tha Schemacker piano factory, and en sale new at prices that range from $100 te $625 below original prices. They are sold en convenient terms, some as low as $10 monthly, and are a splendid opportunity for these wishing a lower-priced instrument for Summer homes or young people's use. (KBjplliin Hull, Second I loon The Latest Fiction "The Great Prince Shan," by E. Phillips Oppcnhcim, S2. In which the writer deals with the world politics of 1934. "The Outcast," by Selina Lagcrlef, $1.90. The work of the first woman te receive the Nebel Prize for literature. "Mendezu and a Little Lady," by Willaim Cainc, $1 .70. A graceful story of young geniuses. "Chanting Wheels," by Hub bard Hutchinson, $1.7D. "Grecnsea Island," bv Victer Bridges, $1.90. CMiiln 1'lunr) Sweaters and Scarfs for Spring Breezes The first are in fiber silk and wool slip-ens with bateau necks, in bright colors and quiet ones, prices 811.50 te $17.50'; and novel open-front styles in wool, prices $15 te $25. With them are Shetland wool scarfs, gay and soft, for $12.50. (I'lr.l I'loer; Six Lively Fex -Trets for . Your Phonograph They can be played en any make of machine. Hear any one of them every note pulsating with rhythm and with melody and you'll feel the dance tingle going all through you, from your heart te your tees. The young folks will want te stay at home evenings te tread these merry measures: "Right or Wrong" "By the Pyramids." "Geed-by, Pretty Butterflies" "SmilinV "Just Like the Rese" "Echoes." "Cry-Baby Blues" "Just Like a Rainbow." "Weep Ne Mere, My Mammy" "Leave Me With a Smile." "I've Get the Jeys" "Sweetheart." Price 75c each. Orders may be mailed or phoned. We will deliver anywhere within our delivery radius. (Second Fleer) Colored Nightgowns Are the Latest Cry Here they are carried out in batiste, at $1.03 for pink, blue and orchid; at S2.50 for nink and blue with white binding; at $1.73 te $2.50 for white trimmed with finely checked ginghnm: 82.85 for orchid, blue anil pink with white binding I and JSi.eU ler solid pink and blue. We hae step-in bloomers and chemises te match some of these nightgown. CllilrU I'loer) FOUR choice of scissors for 50c a pair manicure scis sors, pocket, embroid ery and sewing scis sGrs, in sizes between three and six and one half inches, ( fourth I'lnur) A Saturday of $25 Specials in the Yeung Women 's Salens $25 Tweed Sports Suits $25 Tweed Dress-and-Cape Costume Spring and tweeds go together this year. They can hardly be separated and no matter what else she is planning for her Spring outfit the debutante and her younger sister have both decided upon a tweed costume for the street. It may take the form of a smart sports suit or of the very fashionable sleeveless dress with its accompanying cape. They both are here at the special price of $25, in sizes from 14 te 20 years. The sports suits have the new straight-line box coats with plain sports skirts. Twe styles and in the loveliest colored tweeds orchid, heliotrope, light and Copenhagen blue, tan, banana and gray. The sleeveless dress-and-cape costume also comes in two models with either patch or slit pockets; the former is braid bound. . ; The cape has a Puritan cellar and is a geed length. In orchid, tan, rose, heliotrope and blue. N (.Second Fleur) 200 Women's Suits Are $28.50 and $35 At $28.50 there are three or four models of navy and black tricetines, sim ple and well tuilered and of the straight line type. Alse cape suits made of cress-bar and invisible check tweed in pleasant combi nations of color, such as rese-and-gray, violet-and-gray, green-and-gray, chamois-and-green. At i?:J5 'are at least nine models of tweed, homespun and men's suiting, in violets, tans, grays in almost every Spring shade; some plain and some checked. These are really beautifully tailored, as any woman can see if she gives a geed leek te pockets and shoulders and cellars. (ITrst I'loer) Capacious Country Capes for Women At $25 we have tweeds in tan color, with pockets and hand slits and the strap crossing in front which holds the cape en. Alse we have hemespuns in pastel tints and checks ; these are made with straight fronts. At $30 are tan, henna and brown tweeds with draped armholes and bread, square cellars. At $37.50 are two-toned tweed capes' with the long waistcoats which are se comfortable. Tan und greenish-gra. . (I'lrxl Vlner) Wanamaker Week End Caramels 30c a Pound This is geed news te ! the thousands of Philadel- phians whose favorite i sweet they are. In three i flavors, vanilla, chocolate and nut, 30c a pound. (Down Ntalri Mlere) Beys' New Spring Suits Are Better Hetter in fabric, fushien, tailering: und finish. Prices are substantially lower than these of lutt vear. All of which means mero for the money, quite K bit meru thun could have been obtained in recent years, mero than can generally be obtained outside of this store today. ' Prices, $10.50 te $25. Sizes for boys of 8 te 18 year. -y,uits witn two l,air r trousers are included, starting at (Thlril I'loer) M IWL Sks-iZr 7 t) V . r:tA.. & n v jt x -v mrw m r( m N w i Pffi V'AJ vYTT?T J Twe Men Started te 'Shep Around' for Spring Clethes And they wound up by telling us what we've been telling you for three weeks There Are Ne Better Suits and Topcoats Than at Wanamaker's 6ne of these men bad bought here before. He wanted te make sure there wasn't something better elsewhere. The ether fellow has just been introduced te the goodness of Wanamaker clothes. They're both going te save time, next time. Hunt far and wide, hunt high and low, but if it's right, it's here and it's better here. In Philadelphia, Spring clothes came te Wanamaker's first. . Never have we had anything te equal the stock that's ready new. Styles? Best ever. Quality? Better still. And all the suits and topcoats are included between $35 and $65. niilnl I'loer) Many Men Recognize These Shirts Are Special at $2.35 Made of a woven madras that is above the usual run. With colors, ranging from black te the brightest tone, worked in stripes that are just as varied. Here is the economy of quantity ..Seme time age we bought a tremendous consignment of this particular line and they new are arriving at prices considerably lower than ordinarily would be charged. (.Mliln 1 loon With the New Suit a Man Ought te Have a New Hat And a wise man will buy a hat that net only will finish this season out, but will be ready for service when Autumn rolls around. Everything that bespeaks fashion for Spring is here in seemingly endless variety at $4 or $5 or $(i. Browns, from sand te the darkest tones, gray in two shades. And all colors are in several shapes. (Miiin I'loer) Men Who Want a Geed Gleve at $2 will find a Wttei'-than-usual capeskin glove here at that pricj. It usually sell for $1 mere. Tan or brown, well cut and well made of geed quality skins. Alse deerskin gloves in Londen smoke at the special price of $2.23 a pair. (Mm'., -lure hiiJ Wrt UK-1 A Brogue That's Almest Net a Brogue Is Marked $8.50 After all. it's a smart shoe that the most cepsenative man could wear. At the same time, many an up-te-the-minute fellow will take te them keenly. And there's room enough t'e mean Vest for the always active feet. Made of Scotch grain ealtVkin. with perforations at the tip and vamp seams, solid soles, blind eyelets, wide hanks and low, Hat heels. ( Muiii 1 loer Men's Union Suits for Less and Athletic Style at That J list a month or se and eight out of every ten men will ask for athletic union suits-. Little wonder, for nothing could be cooler and freer in Summer. Way ahead of the season big lets have come piling in, and three of them were bought in a way te permit lower prices. Every garment meets the Wanamaker standard, despite the story en the price tags. Twe different makes one with elastic jretch. another with elastic waist both jf madras and marked Sec the suit. Madras union .suits in two different patterns for $1. Better union suits in madras, two pat terns te select from, at $1.35. Savings run from -10 cents te .?1.J5. Olltlll I'loer) Each Day Brings New Neckties at 50 Cents And neatness of a different note sounds in the late.-t let te aryive. Colorful? As much se as any man could ask. In fact, virtually every color known te a necktie is among them, but the colors are used with taste. Frail-looking pin stripes, pokadets or tid.v checks are the vogue. (Alulii I'loer i Every One Should See the Wonderful Dinner Sets at $20 in the China Sale The are one of the remarkable allies in this great March event. The price is half the regular n'gun&fer sets of this ' quality. The are 106-piece sets, of American semi-china, ic a border decoration with pink and blue flowers, geld edges and geld-traced handles. , ;??"piece sets of the same ware can be had for $12 a set. Vmv din op enft- .iv... .......:.... . i ii.. rpt .iiC v-ujiiuiK ill CUItSiailliy. YljTJi'Js . The rull Wnge of prices for dinner sets in the sale gees from $15 te S325. Thl'4M is imvi'r innn ni(v nnvn man m ..,....., .....i ..i,...t! . " -' -' v.wn in jraiii, iiiui suiul'uuiis were never Dctter. rift t&.'a m : n ,m tf.'.crJ (I'uurlli Fluer) $ teu 'Hlj jfNU,, .4 rf -?t w. 1 j ..: r.'3 .''r.mi.tUn- (.. w Y WKt A f r M v,-UBMV.-; .tfll. '