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ri iAfflra ?W ' . " ! A rten W .Vl wgw '! , ml (., v' i V '.. 1 ,eVV ""ti.: W."!ff rr i f 'JOI 1 v VEJIttG ' PUBLIC LfebaERPHlLXDELPmA, TffUKSDAY, JUttf IS, 1022 Wanamakers WEATHER Unsettled ,"mi Organ plays at 9, 11 and 4:50 WANAMAKER'S Stere Opens at 9 Daylight-Saving Time WANAMAKER'S Stere-Closes at 5 Daylight-Saving Time Meledy unci Chimes at Noeb . fM Just One M&re Day te Complete Evertthing for the Week-End Atva &r.'fl Many Old People Visit Our Comfortable Stere ' who never tire of telling us that in old times they never could go te stores "Just te Loek Around" They repeat and repeat that when they were young they never thought of entering a store unless they were prepared te buy. The people give us praise for the change wrought by this Stere from its first days of welcomes te all comers, whether they wished te buy or net. There is probably nothing in the "city that offers se much comfort and hospitality te strangers' in seeing the fashions, fabrics and furniture of the present date as this great warehouse full from top te bottom with interesting things. ISiffneO My 13, 10S2. A "Jumper Dress Material" Imported Ratine Net only for jumper dresses will they be used skirts, suits and one-piece frocks 'of such checks, plaids and plain colors will be worn' aU Summer. An excellent assortment of the checks and plaids has been specially priced $1.25 an'd ethers up te $3 a yard. Great variety among plain-colored ratines, $1 and $1.25 a yard. 38 inches wide. (First Fleer) Camp Clethes for Women and Girls Blcemers of all-wool storm serge, black, navy, green and brown, full pleated, with dou ble gussets and pockets, $4.50. Bleemers of navy and seal brown poplin, 3. Of khaki, $2.60. Of black sateen, $2.50. Middies of khaki, $1.85. Of white jean, $1.35 and $1.50. Half handkerchief ties of silk, black, red, blown and navy, $1.85. (Third Fleer) New. Neckwear Has Special Prices, $1 and $1.50 Just the things te tuck in the week-end bag, in case a bit of freshness is needed for suit or sweater. There are cellar and cuff sets, guimpes and vestees with cellars. Most are made of net and organdie, some being bound in color. Among them are a few of the always-wanted ging ham sets. (Slain Fleer) She Cheeses White Handkerchiefs because fads and oddities in everything grew tiresome. Women's geed-sized handkerchiefs in all-white linen of geed quality have several attractive prices: 121ac, 18c, 20c, 25c, 35c and 50c apiece. (Main Fleer) Coel Togs for All the Beys Wabhable suits, cool-as cu cumbeis, for boys of all ages, ircm toddlers of three te husky chaps of 18. The . best styles, fabrics and qualities at the lowest prices that wise mothers will want te pay. Washable suits, 3 te 10 year bIzcs, $3 te $0. Washable suits, Norfolk yle, in 8 te 16 year sizes, "Palm Beach cloth, $12. Plenty of boys' wash trousers, in gray ci ash. tan I'nen, white duck and Palm Jieaeh at $1.50 te $2.75 for the ciash, duck and linen, and W for the Palm Beach. In 0 te 18 year sizes. (Third Fleer) Q&'pteufc Pendant Earrings Match Summer Dresses Fer many costumes there are earrings te match blues, greens and amber color. The popular pearl ear rings, in several pendant styles, may be worn with the odd colors hard te match. Prices are 50c and $1 te $7. (Main Fleer) The Newest Spanish Combs are things of beauty carved fan shapes in imitation shell, charming effects in black and crystal, or green and black. Others are all-black, dainty in outline. There are many sizes; pi ices $6.50 te $12. (Main Fleer) A Great Many People Prefer te Travel With Black Enamel Luggage Conventional looking, strong and inexpensive plenty of reason te make it worth any one's while. And black enamel luggage of every description is here. . Stalling with a little 16-inch week-end case at $5,50 the pieces go all the way up te the big 24 inch suitcase that is equipped with a hat feim and everything and is priced only $24. Then the hat boxes 1 Hew handy they are becoming te (lUla Tyeautifkil Silk Dresses Reduced for D K Yeung Women eOME of the prettiest new afternoon dresses in cool Georgette crepe, crepe de " chine or Canten crepe, both in the popular straight-line model and in the newer draped effect with a cascaded frill down one side. Many are exquisitely beaded or embroidered, ethers are trimmed with the material itself, and in the case of some silk pongee dresses, which are hand made, there is hand drawn work. i Alse a few distinguished sports costumes in checked homespun. In a word, (there is enough variety te suit almost every taste and just the kind of dresses that are most useful en a vacation. , Prices have dropped considerably, starting as low as $12.50 and- going up -gradually te $65. Broken sizes, of course, with a dress for every one from 14 te 20 years. Y eung Women 's Better AND this is exactly the time a light wrap is needed for cool evenings at the shore or mountains. All are black Canten crepe of fine quality and some have cellars of silky black caracul fur. Others have tucked, embroidered or trimmed cellars. Cer tain ones have deep silk fringe at the bottom and hand embroidery. Linings may be black, gray or bright-colored crepe de chine. New prices are $25 te $65, much less than formerly. . (Second Fleer) An Opportunity for Women Wanting Fine Shoes for Less 1000 pair of fine, fashionable shoes, straight from stock, have been marked at $3.75, $4.75 and $5.75 a pair. Seme were priced mere than twice this much. Among them are smart sports oxfords, strap slippers and pumps in black, tan and UITS Whichl Women Can Keep I Coel In $25 Pongees mostly simple, light, all unlined and in the most agreeable colors sil very tan and gray, violet, blues, purple, navy and white. Seme ethers are light weight cloths, the coats with, or without sleeves. All sizes in the let. The saving en each suit is generous. ' (Klmt Fleer) mperted Fabric Gloves That Women Prefer, $1 a Pair A SPLENDID new size assortment in close-woven, fine-finished fabric gloves i , They are the well-liked 16-button length, with embroidered backs Ex actly right te wear with the short-sleeved dresses in vacation time. The colors are tan, beaver, mauve and black. LARGE Women's Coel Dresses Voiles and ether printed cottons, cut with geed straight lirfcs and with net linings. Lets of dark blue-and-white and black-and-white effects; sizes 4412 te 54 12 Priced $6.50 te $20. (First Fleer) women. Ne ether luggage is really neccssaiy for a few days trip. Twe sizes are here, 10 and 20 inches, and prices start at $9 and end at $22.50. Seme aie round, some square, some all-black, spine russet trimmed and some have the heavy, durable straps all ar&und. Vtevr) T' . , (Second Fleer) Have Been Reduced (Flrnt Fleer) &KIRTS in an Out- - going at Half At $2.50 are all-wool tweeds and hemespuns, light and dark, some fringed, some the wrapped styles. At $5 are pleated prunella cloths,striped and checked, in tans and browns; hemespuns in pastel shades, bright-colored flannels and checked veleurs. Seme really wonderful skirts are in the let. , (First Fleer) (Went Alslf) I J HE Most Wanted I -Bathing Suits for t Women are the two sorts which follew: Surf satin in black with white or blue bindings and large pockets at $5. Weel jerseys which button en the shoulder are in black, navy and brown with white stripes around the skirts, $4. (First Fleer) Flowers and Grass Need Rain Each Day but nature doesn't always supply it for which most people, with pleas ure te find, are duly thankful. Be that as it may, the flowers and the grass can have the daily drink and nobody has te miss a minute's pleasure when a lawn sprinkler is at work. One that sprays an area of 80 feet is priced only $8. yreurlu Fleer) Silk Capes patent leather and some white canvas oxfords and white buckskin sports oxfords. The reason is that sizes and styles are missing and the season is tee far advanced te fill in the gaps. COTTON Wash Waists at $1.85, $2.85 and $3.85 Here are precisely the blouses needed. In voile or batiste, some with long sleeves, ethers have short ones. Many varieties of col cel lar and trimmings of real lace or hand embroidery. A few are hand made. They are all odds and ends from the everyday stock and are much reduced in price. (Eust nml Went Alle) WOMEN'S Riding V Breeches and knickerbockers made up from camp, golf and tennis materials may be had for $7 and $8.75 in the Little Sports Salen. (first Fleer) ii What an Array of Knitted Things for the Children! maenme and hand - man. sweaters in white, pink and blue are ier tne tiniest baby te 4 year sizes and cost $2.25 te $5.50. Hand-knit sweaters start at $3.75 te $5.50 and come in pink, Copenhagen, tan, brown and white, in the same sizes. (Thlnl Table Lamps of Dignified Type Somewhat larger than mest table lamps and made i-f a heavy granite or nimble com position with finish of gray, silver and antique geld. They have two lights and pull chains and cebt $15. Silk and parchment shades 2i .appropriate designs are $3.50 te $25. f (fourth Fleer) $38 for Men's Fine Suits First Summer Reduction Sale at Wanamaker's 250 chosen suits, with reductions running all the way from $5 te $20. They are three-piece suits, lightweight chev chev eots and cassimeres and worsteds, half lined or quarter lined; geed, fashionable, durable. The best goods in town at the original prices. Sound, all-wool and hand-tailored. At $38 they are remarkable. All sizes are in the let and some sports models are included. An Early Release of Victer Records for August brings several irresistible vocal and orches tra selections, namely: Lonesome Mam and Memphis Ilium, by the Virginian. goethlnr, and '1ght, the latter by the Cleb Royal Orchestra. It'n Up te Yeu and 'Neath the Seuth Hea Moen, both by White man and hie erchentrn. .VobedT I.led and The Yankee Deedle Illuee, by the Virginian. Brunswick Records for August that have been released in advance include: (toething and Lovable KyeR, tire fox' trot.' Seng of Ferula and Fnrade of the Weeden Heldlera, both by Fenten'd erchentru. Where the Velga Flews and Suez. (Second F'loer) Ben Voyage! Is a Camee Bex They are almost worth going away for se splendid ly gay are the "bon voyage" boxes! Inside everything has a silver-papered effect, since each of the twelve or fifteen smaller packages has a silver wrapping. Caramels, almonds, ginger, chocolates . even a package of chewing gum are included in the assort ment. There are three prices, $6, $6.50 and $7.50. The largest size comes in an imported French box the ethers have "gingham" boxes. (The Camee Shep) Sports Oxfords Are the Things for Men Men who are playing, or walking, or just lounging about wear sports oxfords especially the two-tone kind any time, anywhere. And it is a fact, men everywhere admit that the best two-tone sports oxfords within dollars of the price are at Wanamaker's for $6.40. Twe kinds te cheese from, tee. Smoked horse oxfords with dark mahogany tips, instep saddle or tan oxfords with dark mahogany trimmings. (.Main Fleer) White Linen Vestees Are Wern Under Sweaters Easily laundered and ns cool as they leek. Without cuffs at $1 and with cuffs at $1.50 and $2.25 a het. (Muln Fleer) Slip-en and buttoned coat sweaters in tan, jade, led, brown and peacock in 6 te 14 ycai sizes are $3.25 te $0.50. Knit capes come in tan with brown bolder, pink with white border and blue with white bor der. In 2 te 6 vear size s:i s-. Fleer) y .r.w,i,ui 5? Fishing Tackle te Salt-water fishing is new Salt-water reds, in large selection, $.3 10 6!). e,nS.Ur;ci!stintf reds a ,lne assortment, plU te $b0. Reels, every description, for salt-water fishing, $2.25 te 575. (Third Fleer) Men's Panama, Leghorn and Bangkok Hats Special at $6 Three groups at the one price and any hat worth mere money, some considerably mere. Geed hats, every one, and the kind that men of affairs insist upon wearing throughout the het weather. All seasonable shapes are among them, including Alpines and telescopes. And most every size is in the let. (Main Fleer) A Shirt of Imported Madras for $3 And a mighty geed shirt it is neat, trim, cool for Summer, at the same time firm and sturdy for long wearing. Neat, fine stripes or frail checks in colors traced en white grounds make up the pattern assortment. (Muln Fleer) Most Any Kind of a Necktie for 50 Cents Foulards in bandana, smail figure or dot patterns. College stripes and narrower stripes in gay celprs. Bat-wing ties, the new straight ties in stripes and the straight wash ties. Any color, any design, and every one is made of geed material. (Muln Toilet Specials Calling te mind several ' articles vacatienists will leek for at the last moment : A fine bath soap in large cakes, witch hazel or butter milk scent; " :-pound cake, 10c; 3 cal.es cost 2.'. Hair brushes, 7."ic. Nail brushes, 15c ind 25c. Teeth brushes 20c. Peroxide in large sued bottles, 35 c. Violet ammonia for the bath; in pint hettles, 20c; in quart bottles, 30c. Talcum ponder in large can.s, eight different odors. 20c. Witch hael in pint bottles, 35c; in quart Jjettleb, 05c. Imported bay rum, in eight- h ,iL "S-e.' bVc; in P'l "Y " 'i, in quart bottles, $1.00. (Muln fleer) Reed. Fishing f ST KtLJ Fleer) The Silver Tea Set in the Summer Heme may net be sterling silver but the next best thing te it fine electroplate en nickel silver. Many mere people than ever before are using silver plated ware during the Sum mer months and such silver becomes part of the furnish ing of seashore and mountain cottages. A tea set of four pieces may be had as low as $42 and the highest price is $300 for a certain beautiful five-piece set. (Mnln Fleer) Preserving Needs Are Here in Full Selection And prices are somewhat lower than they have been of leeent seasons. Mascn jars, complete with rubber rings, and zinc caps, 70c in pint size; 80c a dozen in quart size, and $1 a dozen in half-gallon size. Other standard jars, easy te seal, s,ure and efficient, $1.35 a dozen in pint size, $1.50 in quart size and $2 in half-gallon size. Jelly glasses, complete with metal covers, 40c a dozen. Extra covers for Masen jars, 35c a dozen, and for ether standard jars at 30c a dozen. Rubber rings for Mascn jars, of geed quality rubber, 10c and 12c a dozen. (fourth fleer) Land 'Em Heeks, all sizes, 25c te $1 a dozen. Lines for fish of practically all sizes. 15c te $12.50. Surf beets, $7 te $16.50. Surf shirts, $8.50 te $12. ' w clothes of every desired ktei rm? m 4 iM n m m I..V tm ff T Tk Qkltery) : r&f u a tt. -j iP&tljiti ll'trtv i"T'' SAs-J, 'J !v jja&33 wa 4ski Ki vYV.V Aft tav .aVjS. .t'4.-'Vl saw ifO?