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August 23, 1022. - M ' ' Signed- .il, L , f j Never Were Levelier1 Fasfiiens in Yeung Women's Dresses Never, surely, newer or mere eiiginal ones. It seems as if designers had entirely reversed the ideas of last season. Where skirts were once short, they are new lone;, gathers have almost disappeared and in many cases the belt as well. Beth front and back are straight, with perhaps a few pleats or a circu lar gore at one side fastened with a large ornamental clafep. The neckline mny be round, but it is just as likely te be built up te a turned-ever cellar, open ing in front in V shape. Wen- sug- (Seronil Fleer) derful embroideries that gest Persian or Chinese influ ence appear en the sleeves or where the wrapped - ever dress fastens. There are many tailored coat dresses for street wear and most suitable for college or school days. And prices arc far from being high. There are as many as four delightful new models in Peirct twill at $25, one at 37.50 and se en by easy stages, in tricetinc and Peiret twill, up te $05. Sizes from 14 te 20 years. Women's Yeleur and . Belivia Coats, $25 and $45 There are about one hundred in all and all have been much higher. They arc in excellent fashions for Fall and exactly the right weight. . At $25 are coats of fine velour. One model has a loose, straight back, trimmed with rows of stitch ins. The cellar is scarf shaped, finished with fringe. Anether full flare coat has the same sort of col cel lar and a third is rather plain In lines. There also are three pretty styles in belivia cloth at $45, all being silk lined. In black, navy and deer and prac tically all sizes in one or the ether model, (First Fleer) Silver Bracelets New and Odd Delicate sterling silver links seem te be entangled in round bits of .imitation jade or pearl, but in reality are charming, dangling bracelets. $1.25 each. (Muln Fleer) The August Furniture Sale at Wana maker's is the greatest in the world and its operations during thepast three weeks have been the greatest in the history of the business. New comes a new and unexpected phase. There was one great purchase of $50,000 worth of bedroom and dining-room furniture that did net arrive in time te join the Sale at the beginning. New it has come in with only six business days of August left te sell it. The way te sell it out in six days is te mark it at half price $50,000 worth of superb Grand Rapids furniture, bedroom and 'dining-room suits, te sell at $25,000, It Is Furniture of the Most Excellent Kind the Kind That Most People Want Made of the highest selected weeds and enjoying the most superb construction, the bedroom suits are the kind that ordinarily would cost from $710 te $1540, while the dining-room suits would run from $630 te $1890. These prices indicate a high grade of merchandise, and the merchandise measures up te the price in every ;way. But in this Sale you can buy the bedroom suits at $355 te $770 and the dining-room suits at $315 te $945. Many people have been waiting for the last days of August te completely furnish their homes. Many of these people can save from $1000 te about $3000 or $4000 each in this Sale. Yeu can save from ever $300 te nearly $800 in the furnishing of a single bedroom. Yeu can save from ever $300 te nearly $1000 in the furnishing of the dining room. These are remarkable values. They represent re markable savings. They are economies worth thinking about. , But think fast and decisively. There can be only six days of this, only eight hours te a day. If you want one of these fine suits, best come in and let us knew at once. Here are some points with regard te what you may expect: I It Costs Only Half as Much te Get a Geed Cap in fact, a cap that is among the best, for a few hun dred of the famous .Lincoln-Bennett caps are marked .$1.50 te hurry away. All the smart one-piece style, the kind that men like best for metering, or golf, or strolling. - In checks of all kinds, but mostly green in color. (Mnln Fleer) Dining-Roem Suits $315 Ten-piece suit of walnut, finished in two shades of brown showing the Italian influence. $322.50 Ten-piece suit of mahogany in Leuis XIV design. $397.50 Nine-piece suit of stippcled enamel, hand-decorated with flowers. $402.50 Ten-piece stippeled enamel suit with hand decora tions. Heppelwhite design. , $657.50 Ten-piece suit of mahogany in Colonial design. $750 Ten-piece suit of figured mahogany, Leuis XVI design. $762.50 Ten-piece suit of figured mahogany in Heppelwhite design. $945 Ten-piece suit of figured mahogany with burl panels. Chippendale design showing the French influence. Bedroom Suits $355 Seven-piece suit of figured mahogany with burl panels in Sheraton design. $375 Six-piece suit of walnut in Chippendale design of French influence. $412.50 Six-piece suit of figured mahogany in Heppelwhite design. $415 Eight-piece suit of figured mahogany in Chippendale design of French influence. $460 Seven-piece glazed enameled suit in orchid color with hand decorations of flowers. $500 Seven-piece suit of figured mahogany in Heppelwhite design. $545 Seven-piece isuit of figured mahogany design. $572.50 Eight-piece suit of figured mahogany ciesign. $580 Eight-piece suit of figured'mahegany, striped with old bronze and decorated with flowers. $650 Eight-piece suit of figured mahogany in Sheraton design. $670 Nine-piece suit of figured mahogany in Sheraton design. $770 Eight-piece suit of figured and crotch mahogany with me eesign is Linppendale showing the Shirts $1.85 The Tip That a Wise Man Fellows Shirts beyond the average, every one, and there's net a" doubt in the world that it's a value worth while. The material is woven madras sometimes imported, sometimes the better American kind, but always it is sturdy and long wearing. In stripes galore and most all colors. Such materials are made into shirts right here in Amer ica, ever the comfortable Wanamaker. full form and tailored up te Wanamaker specifications. (Main I'loer) A Necktie or Twe A Man Always Needs Them, Especially at 35c Xhirty-five cents apiece, and there are thousands of them almost all kinds in the let and every one the exact kind of a necktie that has sold here this very Summer for a great deal mere. Ties with big, bold stripes, tie with frail stripes, ties with figures and with dots all kinds in a would of colors. (Muln fleer) I in Sheraton in Sheraton Men Will Have a Great Autumn If the New Oxfords Set the Pace Smarter than ever and altogether different. The latest te come are somewhat English and some breguish, but in all a mighty comfortable, geed-looking shoe. Smeeth calfskin, in unusually dark brown, as seems te be the custom for Fall, stitched with red. There are a few perforations here and there, while the whole shoe is set off by a fiber inset sole. Rubber heels are already en. Price $6.40. I Muln I'loer ) burl panels. French influence. (Sixth I'loer) Three "Sweet Hints" It would be hard te .iy which of the three candies is the most popular. One of them at least is suie te be a special faveute: Creamed almonds, 50c a pound. IMaittd cream mint, 150c a pound. Speciul caramels. 30c a pound. ( Dun n Mnlr Mern Artificial Silk and Weel Sweaters Reduced te $10 , N'cer before have they been marked at such a little price. They are all imported and both slip-en and tuxedo .styles, the latter hav ing sashes and tasseled ends. Many colors, besides navy and black, and two of the tuxedo styles are two-toned, with a contrasting color stripe. (FlMt Fleur) Coel Days Suggest Topcoats for Women (In the Londen Shep) And a geed suggestion! Per fectly made coats, imported or made of imported material, en rather mannish lines, with raglan or well het-in sleeves and single or double breasted.1 All weights light, medium and heavy are among them, -in beau tiful lightweight fleeces, over ever Plaid tuft fleeces, cheviets and tweeds. Quarter lined. Vices ? 18,50 te $90. ff (The (iullfrj) Extra-Size Petticoats and Nightgowns Petticoats of firm white I"n nuttonhe e galatea scalloped 'edge, '.e6; embteidercd with a spray of -"Kin, fj. Umbrln petllcimtt with double puiiel t.k-"ir,.,.ll"p "'' '-H5l with l,1,,l iii ? ,le""f. 1.30. "unci n.,U ami ,,ort alrtivr. 1.S0. (Tlilril I'loer) If t mi AiLMC - 4 Perfumes and I ewders Frem Paris krnii,I,ipertat,0i,a of the much i n. ClrilrLl,tirflne. Fleur d'Or, in nrR"Ml '.lainty bettp- nt ltnsc1, pr,co "inn horetefoie Sfi. Neiir d'Or fuce powder also, in i t .,... i -. . . . I iiuliii'ii nil. I w ?!.W brunette, at IMPORTANT PARIS FASHION NEWS Special Cable te Jehn Wanamaker, Philadelphia, Dated'Paris, August 22d Fall fashion openings emphasize Persian and Indo Inde Chinese influences in embroideries, in colors and in some silhouettes, except that Lanvin has introduced the Meyenage. Skirt lengths evening, ankle' te fleer; afternoon G inches; tailored, 8 inches. Sleeves are long and tight and bouffant at elbow. Dinner gowns have very shtert sleeves, as last season. Reddish browns predominate. Brown furs aie favored, cspe- of metal laces and steel bead cinllv henvcr nnd sable, also '" squirrel, which h very high priced in Paris. There is much suede in biewns und black, in coats, hats, handbags, gloves, shoes and trimming's. Velvet is prominent in day and evening gowns in every collection. Theie is much use JOHN WANAMAKER . PARIS Xe decided change in blouses except that Itenee's new version has a band continued into a sash that ties into a bow en the left side. Pniisiennes nte wearing white, simple blouses. It is indicated that fashions have taken en the femininity and elegance of pie-war days. Putting Oriental Rugs Within the Reach of Everybody A geed many people of even modest means don't like any ether rug se well as an Oriental. The soft and lovely colorings of Eastern rugs and car pets, "shot with a thousand hues" as they are, and as beauti ful as stained-glass windows, make them. a satisfying and artistic fleer covering for any room, and the wearing quali ties are everlasting. Semetknes, however, prices are such that many people who have te economize feel they cannot afford them. This has been se pretty consistently for some years. It is a pleasure te call attention te the Very Lew-Priced Oriental Rugs new in the Kug Stere, priced at figures that have seldom obtained in the last eight years. Furnishers of new homes, und re-iuinishers of old ones, will find them an economy. Persian Serapi rugs in Mes .1e feet te ;8 feet at SI0 te SSS. Persian hall runners from U.(9 feel te 3.6x12.9 feet at $75 te $85. Keem-sue .Mahals and Araks from 9.10x7.1 feet at $Hi5 te 10.6 1 J feet at $325. A New Inexpensive Pattern in Silver-Plated Ware The "Mayfair." as it is called, answers the need of many people who want an inexpensive table silver of attractive design te take the place of sterling diver in the Summer home or te fill in the gaps of the finer silver. Every piece is silver plated en nickel silver. Teaspoons. $3 a dozen. Round bowl soup spoons. $6 i Dessert spoons and forks, dozen. S5.50 a dozen. Dessert knies with siher- Tablespoons and forks, $6 a plated blades. S6.50 a deen. ,,0en- Dinner knhes with stainless Demi-tasse spoons, S3 a dozen, steel blades, $12 a deen. Oluln l'lueri A Special Victer Release Brings Several Popular Airs Shiraz rugs, in sizes 4.1x3.1 feet te ti. 81.3 feet, at $35 te $55. lieluchistan rugs in sizes t.3 feet te 5x3 feet at $15 te $22.50. Saruk rugs, in sizes 1.10x4.10 feet te 2.3x5 feet, $65 te $75. Ken id- that were meant for September, but are new ready. Semn are dances, some net, but all seem as popular as can be. Three 'leadeiv are: "Oogie, Oogie Wn Wii"; "My Rambler Rese, ' by Paul Whiteniaii ana hi-eu-hestra; "Send Baek Mv Ilencx Man," by The Virginians. ' All en 7e-eent double-faced i ch ords, and they ran be heard in th Music Salen any dav. (StMeml I'lmir) Englishmen Are Wearing Checked Silk Handkerchiefs As a matter of fact, at one tim or another all the smait Bend Stieet Sheps in Londen hae been making a feature of these new handkerchiefs. As an eperiment, wp imported a number for Pniladelphin men w he fellow English fashions clesily. It is net likely you will see such handkei chiefs elsewhere. They are in blue, brown and black with white checks, $'J,50 each. (M.lln I'liKir) A Sharp Price en Scissors, 50c One couldn't duplicate them for thf same puce that is why 50c seems especially insignificant. Most of the scis-eis are imported, and all ate well made and sharpened. Diessmaker.s' scissors, button hole scissors, scissors for manicur ing and embroidering, also cuticlt and nail combinations each pair fei 5lic. ( I'cnirlh I lour) Tablets for Scheel Geers Remarkably Lew A geed Unit te collect a fi w such issentiuls school days are almost he re' (J ed-siul tablets, ruled, for lend peiuil, are selu enl by the dozen and only 'Jee a dozen Other tablets, mostly luled, in aneus sues, from note te letter size, aie 5c, 7c, 10c and 15c apicc. M ill ii I lour i (hecntli I lour) Women's Foulard-and-Georgette Dresses, Special at $20 Net mete than seventy-five women can enjoy the saving, nnd only these who wear sizes 30 te GOVj. Material are foulard silks in black-and-white or navy-and-whitc, veiled with georgette. The veil ing tnkes the form of pleated over ever tunics or of draperies. Seme have ( l Irst cellars, ethers leund or square col cel larless necks. The several styles arc well suited te women who wish an extra little dtess te take away en holidays, for wear when neither cotton "frocks nor cloth di esses would be just right. $120 is n special low price that should carry them efT quickly. I'loer) Silk Crepes Are Foremost Among Fashionable Fall Silks Particularly is 'this true, of the new satin-faced canton crepe which has completely wen women's hearts. It is a marvelously rich and beauti ful silk, and it is being used in many.aftccnoervjjowna. Uetli the plain canton ciepe. I which is also a great favorite, nnd . the sntin-facetl canton crepe are 10 inches wide and $1 n yard. Crepe de chine, 40 inches wide, in all the geed Fall colors, is $2 te pii.uu yuril, Yeu Can Save $75 te $250 en a NEW Emersen or Sc horn acker Piane it' you care te take achantage of the re duced prices marked en a small group et unused instruments from our regula. regula. piane collection. They are Schemaekers. Emersons and Lindemans three of the best-known pianos we sell in both grand and upright forms. The reductions are due simply te slight cuhf blemishes that in no wise atTec: tlu tonal value of the instrument. Emersen uprights, reaidarlu SSsn .., .cr? .. c?,- Schemacker uprights, regularly $725 and $750 at $550. Linacman (iranaa. rrmilnrln Z7ez ,.t e?ri E Vmdcman Grands, regularly $795, at $650. imersen Grands, regularly $975 and $1050, Schemackcr at $850 and $900. er Grands, regidarly $1150 and $1250, at $950 and $1000 'of each is small, se that it will net de te delay selection loner" The quantity fni ii . . mc) win ee sold en terms convenient te purchasers, instruments. ' (KK.M'Unn Hull, hfiiiml fleer) ay selection lenir. just as our regular-priced U. i 73 jfv-i u u (Main Fleer) (llrnt fleer) H V. r ttti.. rv.'.4-viiVatrjiiit? , r.-i , ;-ty.-( li tf l i v-, ; -j ih L'.'WU'H, V,, ,