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rt'JQii!'tfiZr& EVlKiT IttCf W fa j, i. v JJX UNM,- t jc . WlATHWf .6ij ' S$ IL - .4 . 11 and 4tl0 WANAMAKER'S v Stere Opt at t WANAMAKER'S ,SUre Closes at, 5 WANAMAKER'S UWTB VV , BS CbIbISS M ) Mostly COKdy Daylight-Saving TiiM, D&vlight-Saving Tim$f H-r- ; ! ' 1 - 1 - . 1 : 1 ! Where Otice It Was A uttimn Shadows, It's New Brightness ifi Fashion 's Realr., WteWTffiiDSMiMt'&i ti :?5rV "HTSf !5lSKfft: WfiSL.,3- BtTT'A ' J ilTUBDAT SEPTEMBERS 1922 - Sffifla-JKl .. W$:t: jjCiJvxJJCvr-irxi.j.JLyvixuijxTXijunL ' : ". . -. - .. .. 1 j; D. Rockefeller, Junier The Sen of the Famous Millionaire 'rA in one of his addresses recently, "There are many fZereis of success, but I suppose the true secret is work, " , Just )Plain, Thorough Werk" He also said, "I sat one evening ever my ghakespeare, when a sentence pepped up that Mizzled me, se I said te my father, sittiner near J fading a newspaper, 'Father, what does this mean: ' "There is a tide in the affairs of men I ' "Which, taken at the flood, leads en te fertune''; "wiuw inna ei uue weuia mat De, lather' "Tied Down te Business, Sen y father replied." Fer mere than sixty-one years the father of this luriness and his sons, with many faithful men and ') women who began with us, have been tied en te this $ particular business and are still devoted te it te make i It a better business every day. 1 . 'Signed 8ptember 9, Hit. ffijfamafc. Londen Sends Delightful New Handbags atyle. Incidentally its eha most ele trlfles a The smartest and gtnt little leather woman could carry. Made of the beautiful leathers and in the exquisite perfection that distinguishes English bags. One duplicates the traveling1 handbag of a recently 'married princess. Nevel in shape and (Main Fleer) uiyie. inciaenuuiy its shape has set the fashion for a nnmher , the new bags. Morocco, seal, finest calf in" varied finish. Black, the new browns, beige, crimson, blue, Russian violet and ether colors. $10 te $35 is moderate for se much beauty and quality. The Celers of the Levely New Coats Are as Seft as the Fabrics Supple, graceful wraps, of the 'type'that women like te wear ever oft afternoon gowns, fill one whole llde of the Ceat Salen. i They are of the finest duvctyns 'and belivias in the soft, becoming shades of tan fallow, burro, deer in seal and sable browns, dull Japanese reds, cobweb gray, black and, of course, navy blue. 1 r All are without fur . and are B V simply trimmed with self 'atitcherj; '? or perhaps a metal girdle or a heavy silk tassel. Sleeves are wide, often reaching te the waistline. Linings are a delight. They are coats that can be worn immediately or through the Win ter, with the addition of furs. $100, $125, $160 and $175. (First Fleer) "gS''SssggSggggaggM--MB-""- " i A Great Many People Have Been Waiting for THE AMPICO in a Small Knabe Grand Piane It has been possible te get ether small grand pianos with the Ampice. It has been possible te get the Ampice in a large Knabe grand piano. But the1 desirable combination of the Ampice in a , Knabe grand piano of small size has up te new been unobtainable. New we present it The Knabe Mignonette Grand . Piane and Ampice Combined Priced $2850 ' This beautiful Knabe small grand piano measures five feet two inches. It will fit across the corner of even a small room. It is the diminutive grand Knabe in all its musical perfection, a perfection that has made it one of the most celebrated grand pianos in America for almost a century. Within it, in nd wise altering the size or appearance or the piano, is the marvelous Ampice. The very soul f the instrument, ene might call it. Fer when no living Pianists are present, and the fingers lie idle, the hidden Ampice within repeats, in soft and soul-stirring notes, or in a grand and glorious rush of music, the perfect P'aymg of the greatest pianists "of our time. An unsurpassed grand piano of diminutive size, and a choice of the greatest living pianists te play it for you when you donet care te play it for yeurselfthis is what you possess yourself of in the purchase of a Knabe Knabe Anipice small grand. 'It will give us pleasure te demonstrate its musical Perfection and its almost astonishing wizardry of per formance in Egyptian Hall at any hour of the business aay- , H i.. i (Second Fleer) Women's Madeira Handkerchiefs. S0r Underwear Nainsoek Geed wflehlB for children's and women's underwear are In ten-yard pieces. 8 Inehea wide, at fl.78 and 12.16 a pleee. aBalLflnLHllLte ' Ruffles the fashions of yesterday flaunted; Slender the mdid, today, tripping undaunted. presenting the New Fashions te Yeung Women "VTEW French frocks, new coats heavy with fur, fur-lined capes, smart 1 suits cellared with fur all make their bow en Monday. .What fun te be a debutante and wear these pretty clothes ! A meng the Dresses -- Celer Is the Thing "yLTHILE cloth frocks cling te the favorite navy blue, aftenoen and eve rr ning gowns reflect the'-rainbow. White, tee, will be much worn in the evening and there are some charming new French dresses of white crepe de chine almost covered with tiny beads. Leng circular panels give" the impression of longer skirts. Sleeves are very wide. t Fer afternoon, an unusual Paris gown is of navy blue crepe de chine with solid circles of bright redheads forming a wide panel, back and front, and decorating the sleeves. The younger set will still wear party frocks slightly wired ever the hips, though elder girls have adopted the mere slender lines. Coats Are Trimmed With Fur "PUR cellars and cuffs, of course, but with additional heavy bands of fur x around the hem. Newest are the slightly fitted coats with flaring skirts. Navl, Malay brown, black, marten, kit fox, Hawaiian blue and Tunisian red are the favorite colors. Black or silver wolf, beaver or squirrel are the furs most used. A brown Belivia cape is lined with natural muskrat. Quits Shew Bex Lines & With Fur Cellars COMETIMES the cellars are se long that they reach below the waistline. Others are of the smart choker type. Jackets are cut en straight lines, fitting rather closely around the hips. Most of the new suits are of Denegal tweeds, trimmed with fitch, natural opossum and kit fox. (Soeond Fleer) Levely Expressions of the Felt Millinery Mede Felt hats twined with Velvet, or with shimmering metallic ribbon. Felt hats with a garniture of soft-colored Liberty silk handkerchiefs. Felt hats vivified with gay Oriental embroideries. Felt hats gracefully draped with feather fantasies or smartened with huge ribbon bewa. Felt hats wide and shadowy of brim, or petite and upturned and piquant. Tangerine, mahogany, rosewood, rust, leather, mulberry, old red, sage green, putty, black, blue, American Beauty, petunia, jade every color en fashion's Autumn palette. They will be very lovely, very chic, these hats, with smart Autumn toilettes for street and dress. (Seoend Fleer) Women's Velvet Gowns for Afternoon, Dinner and Evening Gowns of chiffon velvet, crushed velvet and velvet-brocaded chiffon. Beautifully fashioned in modes suitable for afternoon receptions and teas, dinner, theatre and evening wear. Exquisite shades of Venetian and "lip-stick" red, sapphire blue, gray, walnut brown, golden brown and a number very striking models In black. Many are richly beaded, in cut steel, bronze, jet or crystal. (Flrtt Fleer) Seme are simple in lines, ethers elaborately draped. All are artis tically lovely. Many are without duplicates. The premised vegue for velvet could net be mere effectively launched. triced $77.50 te sice. Print C0llirii0n0 The Picture Stere Is showing two groups likely te interest collectors and levers of curly Philadelphia. Eighteenth century Engllsk prints, mezzotints, and engravings principally portraits of person ages notable in the England of that period. Very finely done, and beau tiful te leek at and possess. 88 te 30 each. Engravings, weed blocks and col ored prints of old Philadelphia, pic turing many places no lenger exist ing but dear te antiquarians. Priced S3.50 each. (Fifth Fleer) Gaps of Hand Woven Irish Tweed Are Only $2.50 A touch tells their goodness that slippery all-wool feel that gees with long fiber yarn. Bright, cheerful tweed caps in a dezen mixtures. All the eight piece style, smart as can be. Main Fleer) Snowy Pillowcases for Slumber Pillows nd babies' little pillows, 12x16 lnehw, have deep hemntltched hems. Of white tnuBlIn, 36c j of lawn, 60c. With hemstitching and an edge all around, they are of sheer whlte lawn at 76c (Ftrit Fleer) New Bar Pins of Beauty Feurtcen-knrat geld, with platinum te 176. front, set with small diamonds, S34 Fourteen-karat geld bar pins set with geml-precleus stones, $12 te 1(3. Circular pins, fourteen-karat geld, some pierced, 18.26 te 111. (Main Fleer) New Silks Frem France as well aa wonderfully fine thlncs from the best American manufacturer are arriving In the Silk Stere. Every day sees some beautiful new thing unfolded. And what a season is premised for the glittering tinsels I (Flrit Fleer) "That Delicious French Perfume" which many people aek about. Is net French at all, but Charms d'Amour, the product of our Queen Mary labora tories. It Is a first favorite with many fastidious women. Charme d'Amour extract Is $1.50 te $6.60. Toilet water, $8 and $5.60. Face powder, $1.60, Talcum, 76c. Seap, 36c, or three cakes for $1. (Main Fleer) There's a Swing of Geed Fellowship in the Beys' New Suits Sports Bults for the most part Norfelks all of them. There are the inverted pleats and box pleats and many ether kinds of pleats, all smart as can be and just the clothes a boy feels proudest in when going off te school. The trousers are knick ers, cut in a free new way, and two pair go with almost every suit. Tweed is the popular fab ric light, bright, youthful tweed, but, of course, here and there is a darker suit. A cheviot or a worsted. It's surprising te see hew fine the boys' clothes have grown, but the great sur prise of all is the price. A suit thafs geed through and through is marked as low as $12. The best of all is only $28 and there are half a dozen different prices in between. (Third Fleer) J The First Punt of a Football Is the Signal for a New Sweater Scheel's wide open, the team's lining up and the sweater are ready at Wanamaker's. Fer boys as well as the men and for the most part, big, heavy, snug sweaters every strand all wool. There are the V-neck kind, the slip ever sweaters with roll or shawl cellars and coat sweaters with or without shawl cellars. All the colors the team could think of arc here; the men's prie from $8 te $12; the boys', S7 aad $8. (Main Fleer) A New English Oxford Has All the JEar Marks of a Brogue As solid as any brogue dared be, and the tee, tee, ia comfortable but net se bread. Nothing in the art of shoemaking has been overlooked in the effort te make the new oxfords geed. They are of tan oiled grain calf skin soft, supple, yet tough. The full winged tips have saw teeth edges as well as the vamp seams. Tiny perforations are everywhere. Deuble white oak soles extend the way te the heel. They ara jcs built for seasons of wear aad .'.iced $16. (Main I'loer) Beautiful Table Cleths and Napkins New Frem Ireland Recognized as the standard of excellence at the prices. Of fine pure flax linen yarn, in several handsome new designs, 'mums, Empire effects, rose pat terns and scroll aad floral combina tions. Table Cleths, 72x72, $12; 72x90, $14.76, and 72x108 inches, $16.75. Matching napkins, 22x22, $13.75 and 25x25 inches $18 a dozen. (Flrtt Fleer) Every Weman Will Welcome Leng French Suede Gloves at Half Fine kid suede fn 12 and 16 button length, at $3 and $3.50 the pair, instead of the usual price of double that. They are in the desirable beaver and cocoa brown shades, also two shades of gray. Pique-sewn, needle-stitched backs and three pearl clasps at wrist. Perfect in every way. But net an unlimited quan tity. (Weit AUU) Twe Attractive Examples of the New Tongue Slipper Black patent leather with fan shaped tongue, high arch, rounded tee and medium vamp, two-inch Spanish heel. Black suede in much the same last, with the Spanish heel and a tri-pointed tongue. (Flrat Fleer) Under the tongue of each is the elastic gore which means a closo cleso close fltting ankle. Each is hand-tumed, finely fash ioned, and priced $14 the pair. Buckles te enhance their beauty, variously priced. Bennie New Tweeds Fresh Frem Scotland Plaide, mixtures and plain color ings are here In the soft STsys, stqeih, tans and blues for which Scotch tweedi are fameiiH, as well as In black-ana white mixtures. They're In suiting; weights and thai heavier weights for topcoats aaq sports capes. 64 Inches wide at 6 te $I,M a ra (Flrrt Fleer) Paris Says "Lace". "Much Lace, Particularly Black and Metal Laces" Here is our own importation of French metal laces. "Dazzling!" is the first jwm ment. The ensemble effect p peals se strongly that one sea, ffi notices the designs, but they reJf attention with their levelinaM What amazingly individual aal' wonderful evening dresses they will make! The best of it is that the laceg) are in complete sets of destna from narrowest bands and edgmfB1 te widest fleuncings, 3 te 36 inchea. 75c te $16.76. Metal laces are being used fe' everything from bordering flower at the waist, for hats and trim-, mings up te complete dressea dazriing brilliance and beauty. (Main Fleer) r Hand-Embroidered Silk Crepe Step-ins $5.50 A step-In chemise thnt nakes bloom ers unnecessary. Hcaw crepe de chine, embroidered by hiiu, edged with diet and priced 15,50. white or flesh color. At 14, SO, new envelepe chemises of pink, blue or orchid crepe de chine. At )10.85, elaborately nand-ombretd-ered silk chemises from Japan, In pink, blue or orchid. (Third Fleer) Oriental Brightness in Narrow Ribbons Persian and Bulgarian colored de signs and metal threads make bright the narrower ribbons, three-quarters of an Inch te an Inch and a half wide. Seme are being used for glrdlts, espe cially en young women's dresses. lBe tee te a yard. (Main Fleer) Swiss Embroidered Flouncing for Children's Dresses As exquisitely fine as only the Swiss embroideries can be, these lawn and batiste materials have ruffled edges that are usually used as the lower edge of dresses. Fine oneurh dress for little petticoats, tee. for the lone or short baby and nice for 35 Inches wide, 75e ta Hemes Are Grewing Dazzlingly Bright the Wliele Country 'Round Housewives are coming; as they never came before, seeing wonderful things they never saw before, sharing opportunities never heard of before in The September Sales of Heusewares China Glassware Lamps Hardly a thing that housework calls for but what is included in the mere than 75,000 items in the Heuse wares Sale. Thousands of dinner sets from potteries the world ever, thousands of pieces of glass are here te makt dining-rooms sparkle. Every lamp, every lamp shade, every candlestick M ( an opportunity for some one. 1 j Ami me savings mime a nunarca-mue trip well worth while. vW' m S7vj SB2m ' &&2!U&W." fi.ie a yara. (Fourth FUer) ji . 1 3 ji ; w CWmI AUlaJ. 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