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ssanwKrsH? nrw r-n WW-fA "d,JfWX'.V6,VafiV i -i- w v- ''wivi:; W X.-mi PfMW rL fi yVi'MfAi"' f':r W ' ' , i i " - " Tf "SfrVifc !"". .U 3T.1V -.M 1 -1"! EVENING PUBLIC LED.GER-PHILADELPBtlA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1922 "v Z& r!S. WEATHER Probably Fair '.Mi1 4- 1 .. nlvq at 9. 11 and 4 $50 WANAMAKER'S Stere Opens at 9 Daylight-Saving timt WANAMAKER'S Stere Closes at 5 Daylight-Saving Timt WANAMAKER'S IMW' nd fchlmM " JSoen 4 1. -W Ji W WTtee World Over; There's Net a Spot Where Master-Workers Teil te Create Fashions, or Art, Furnishings, or Ceuntless: Other Things That Lend Beauty te Life, But What There Is That '.. TT m ! r rwrw sw ' 'j. 1 I Ctl' ... .Jt. TIT m ra w rTfi nit Q r. ft A1 K i 4 inoern learning te see rneir uneicesv rroaucnens pnu w n ui rrumw e pp'ffpl Te Aim for r as Well as Greatness k te gain kth by tIle study of examples that have ne before us, the people who came nearest te -Wetitien in life and these Wit i. M,m evinrtif Te de geed for ethers icnewn as such and is much ft Te de geed for goodness' sake is te de as J. V. DJfllltomsen, the Quaker, did in founding his schools, 'for boys, which was net known until his will was Skade public. Let acts fellow' your geed wishes. r I Signed September 12, 1022. Women's Made-te-Measure Sports Coats . and Tweed Suits at New Lew Prices Vlin Women's Custom Tailor- x ing Bureau finds it possible te lower prices en certain gar ments, without lowering the quality one jef. It therefore effers: Tweed Suits at $55 Sports Coats at $40 (Mecend Brocaded Corduroy Negligees, Special $7.75 Full-length robes, lined through tot' Comfortably and conveniently Bide, with becoming cellar, wide ileeves, and a glove-snapped front, lavender, cherry, old rose, Copen hagen or iavy. A limited quantity ipeclally priced, $7.75. At $510 are wide-wale corduroy breakfast robes in tl.e same colors, r belted, pocketed, and lined through out (Third Fleer) ., Youthful New Frecks at $40 Exactly the type every girl needs right new. Of black, navy or Paris brown Canten crepe, shirred about the hips and full in the skirt. A touch of bright color is intro duced in the narrow bead girdle snd en the beading which adorns the shoulders. 14 te 20 year sizes. (Second Geed Shoes, for High Scheel, College or Business W omen .. i .i jHi..!lMr cmnnfli fir crra Shoes that will eive the service Mcessary te women who must go wt in all weathers. Shoes that will give the comfort 'imperative te women whose minds oust be "free from 'heir feet" if ttey are te succeed in work or study, knees that are above the nvcr W in many little personally thought-out details of style, sorvice wd satisfaction. nigh-laced calfskin in tan or (First A Clearaway of Women Silk Sweaters at $25 Round necks or V necks, but Win slip-ever style. N Of pure silk in every lovely color rset, brown, buff, henna, purple, Ce.Lv',8d0' ,reBeda and charming Pinhagen blues, All i. .... Ij "ve Men much higher rst Goodness who did-the most te help te knew it can be easily condemned. Coats are of heather mixture, half-lined with satin. Suits are of excellent tweed, the coats finely lined throughout. A number of models are offered for selection. Prices include fittings, mate rials, and the work of skilled men tailors. Fleer) hmafa. M Beautiful New Winter Coats for Women Are Trimmed With Beaver Silk-and-wool belivia of a soft, deep quality is used in ihem and it is almost as lovely te touch ms the silky beaver cellars. The coats are in three styles one en straight, loose lines, another with just a suggestion of a fitted (First Coats Trimmed With Beaver are ready te go away with the girl who will seen start for bearding school or college. They are cut en blouse Dack or straight lines and are of soft belivia in Malay brown, Ha waiian eV navy blue. Sleeves are wide at the shoulder and taper into rather narrow cuffs. Cellars are deep and soft of golden beaver. Linings of silk crepe. , 14 te 20 year sizes at $95. Fleer) Mnrk. including smooth or grained leather, military or low biead heels, J round or medium tees, srraigni or wing tips, perforated 01' plain, priced $6.75, $7.50, $10, $11.50, ?12, $13 and $15 a pair. Oxfords of black or tan calf skin in the same style variations of heel and tee, $6, $6.75, $8, $9, $12, $12.50 and $13 a pair. It is worth noting that many are several dollars a pair lower priced than the same shoes last Autiimn. Fleer) A Choice of Women's Geed Silk Umbrellas at $5 Amber color, white or tinted bakellte rings, leather loops or cords adorn the pretty handles, and each umbrella has a stub ferrule and bakclite tipped ribs. Cevers are of taffeta in purple, navy, black, brown or green. put. rt ; 'V Tiny Bunches of Grapes Adern New Earrings and Bracelets But they're in strange Orien tal colorings unlike any grapes that ever grew. Bright geld leaves and a touch of jet set them off with wonderful effec tiveness. Other bracelets have taken a note or two from the charming circlets our grandmothers were. Earrings are distinctly of the pendant type, some almost four inches long. They are imita tion pearls and crystals, some touched with jet, some with rhinestones. , Interesting sauteirs en black silk cords have colorful pendants in which rose, blue or jade green is introduced. Ilttfeeleta. 17 te S33. Earrings, S4.S0 te ItO. Suutelra, S6.SO te IIP. (Main Fleer) line, a third trimmed with ball buttons. They are lined with crepe ev peau de cygne and interlined for warmth. In navy, brown and kit l'ex gray. Really remarkable coats for the price 5100. Fleer) A Sterling Silver a Queen Among It is the gift that mothers and fathers feel particularly impelled te give. The sets of sterling silver shown in the jewelry store are impres impres sive in charm and variety. They represent the finest standards of design in modern silvcrsmithing. (Main The Refreshing Oder of Lemen makes Queen Mary cleansing cream particularly delightful te use. After n dusty meter trip It Is Invaluable. Priced 50c, SI and SI, 50 a Jar. Queen Mary lemon-scented skin cream Is another dainty toilet aid. 75c and 11.26. (Main Fleer) - Women's Smartly Tailored Cleth Dresses That Loek Far Mere Than $30 te $57.50 They are extremely well tailored, and the materials navy blue and black serge and Peiret twill are of exceptionally Reed quality. Styles are se varied that one may easily find whatever lines are most becoming. Seme are in wide circular-skirted effect; some in draped-front or side fastened coat-dress effects; seme fellow the slender and straight "chemise" lines that many women will net give up. Sleeves are short or long, tight cuffed or wide and flowing. Necks are round or square or becomingly cellared. (First A Geed Corset Toward a Graceful Gewn Impossible te expect any of the i:ew gowns te set well ever a cor set that curves where it should be straight, or is stiff where it should be gently flexible. Certain all-elastic models in Letitia corsets provide the utmost flexibility and grace for some (Third A China and Glass Sale With the Wares That People Want Desirable goods, abundant quantities, substantial savings. A splendid assortment of dinner sets from the world's leading potteries. Glassware, decorative and practical, in rich, spark Jing selection. Among the exceptional groups are: Crystal glass tumblers, of ex cellent grade, in Colonial design at 45c a dozen. Fine thin-blown glass tum blers In a choice of light-cut (Fourth JrrftfMWlfiai Exclusive and Fascinating Handbags Frem Paris In the exclusive little shops of the French capital there are such bags as these and at Wana maker's. Nowhere else. Yeu can carry them with the satisfaction of knowing that their duplicates will net be met en every hand. None but French artisans would put se much loveliness, se much exquisite care for per fection Inte just a little bag. Each is a tiny masterpiece of silk or velvet, the frames sparkling with marcaslte set in silver, and in many instances clasped with a large semi precious stone carrying out the color scheme jade with emerald silk and black velvet, lapis with gray and blue silk, sardenyx with black velvet and crimson, and se en. ' One of the loveliest is exquis itely hand embroidered with tiny flowers, and the frame is inlaid with geld and flower garlands te match. Priced $50. Each will delight some hard-te-please woman. ' Prices en the group are $25 te $75. (Main Fleer) Tea Service Is Wedding Cjitts Besides the well-known periods such as Colonial and Heppelwhite, there are several ether designs of distinctive loveliness and individual grace. Sterling silver tea services of 5 pieces are priced at $225 te $1050. Sterling silver kettles te match are $145 te $460. Waiters are $230 te $725. Fleer) Striking New Skirt Plaids Big blocks of color red, dull blue or rust brown with corre sponding blocks of black and pebbly stripes of white, make the most interesting innovation in a long while. 54 inches wide, $4 a yard. (First Fleer) Military braiding, shiny lacquered braid, bright wool embroideries, or simple self-strappings, are used for ornaments in clever ways. On the whole, they are the best group of dresses for a long while at $30, $32'.60, $35, $37.50 and up te $57.50. Fleer) Is the First Step figures. They are priced $7, $8.50 and $10.50 in laced-back models, and $6.50 and $7 for slip-ens. Lightly boned or almost boneless Lctitias of light-weight breche or striped material with elastic insets or elastic bands at top are $6 50 and $9.50. Fleer) floral patterns 10c each. Imported china cups and sau cers, border designs, $3 a dozen. 47-plece ecta of American semi-china dinner acts, te seat six persons, $10 a act, In new border decorations. Fleer) Head and Shoulders Abeves All Other Men's Fall Hats Is "The Newtone" Rolls and dips and curves, springing suddenly from the most unexpected places make it an easy-ldeking, graceful sort of a hat. English -te the Nth' degree and mighty striking in colors. Fer a fact, it doesn't have colors, really tones, for the browns aren't se brown nor the grays se gray. The price is $6. (Mnln Fleer) Linen Scarfs, Tea Cleths and Napkins Oyster white and with designs embroidered in blue. The linen is heavy and service able and the prices moderate. New goods and rapidly gaining favor. Scarfs, 18x36, 18x45 and 18x64 inches, $2.25, $2.50 and $2.75 each. Tea cloths, 30x36, $3.75. and 45x45 inches, $4.75 each. Matching napkins, 13x13 inches, $6.75 a dozen. Placet deylies, 12x18 inches, $1 each. (First Fleer) New Velour Doer Draperies in Beautiful Choice Figured and plain. The figured are absolutely new this season. And they are of a particularly geed quality, with the allevcr fig fig ures embossed, net cut out at the back, which Is a new feature and and a geed one. All leading color combinations (Firth Small Saruk and Seraei Rus Exceptional in Beauty and Value Persian Saruks are gems ,,, j j i if j.jii. ruvcu turn in tuiuta ui uepin, Persian Serapis are rugs of serv iceable quality and a striking bold ness of color and design. Beth groups, Saruks and Serapis, (Berenth Seft Nightclothes for girls and boys are moderately priced. N Pajamas, of madras, seersucker crepe and mercerized cottons are in white, plain colors and stripes. Sizes 4 te 14 years, $1.50 te $3. Nightgowns of soft white nain nain nain seoks and muslins, trimmed in various ways, are in sizes 6 te 16 years, 65c te $2.75. (Third Fleer) Sapphires for September Rich and in exquisite taste is the collection of women's rings, bracelets and bar pins with sap phire and diamond acf.inga. Frem shaphar, meaning te shine, comes the name, sapphire, but it means ever se much mete.. As applied te these beautiful stones, blue, white and flawless, it means te fn.scinate by a sparkling subtlety of color. All-platinum, with sapphire and diamond enrichments that spells a trinity of brilliance and loveliness hard te resist in these exquisite pieces: Wemens' all-plntinum lings, set with sapphire centers and two diamonds, are priced at $150 te $1065. All-platinum bracelets, set with sapphire and diamonds, $360 te $2600. A new narrow-line biacelet with an all-sapphire setti'ig, a graceful and dignified piece, is $450. Bar pins with sapphire and diamond settings, 260 te $825. (Main Fleer) Every Steamer Seems te Bring New Silks judging from the exquisite things arriving almost every day. Charming chiffons brocaded with velvet, handsome velvets of all kinds, tinsel breches. (First Fleer) 500 New Dimity Bedspreads, $2.25 . Pure -white, in the seersucker weave, size 81x90 inches and ex ceptionally geed $2.25 each. (Sixth Fleer) Interested in Military Headgear? Then you would enjoy a little visit te the Market Street Section of the Eighth Fleer, where there are three cases of English, French and Belgian military hats and caps. 'I here's also a huge gray mil ler's hat of France. (Eighth Fleat) Wee Suits and Frecks Arrive Frem England All of the charm of fine smock ing, excellence of material and sim plicity of style for which the clothes of English youngsters arc famous, are embodied in the new arrivals. Tiny tub suits for children of 2 and 3 years are of white dimity smocked in blue or of linen in lavender, Copenhagen or maize. $14 and $20. The dresses are of white dimity, beautifully smocked and em broidered in blue or cherry color. 2 te 6 year sizes at $10 te $12. (Third Fleer) are represented in both the plain and figured curtains. Fer curtains of such quality, prices are quite moderate, the plain, $24.50 and the figured, $30 a pair. Every pair fully 50 inches wide and with n high luster. Fleer) of the loom. heaw. rlnsplv ... i , , ' . " ncnness ana Deauty were bought advantageously and murKca iew accordingly. tB;ka.bavHs. -,0x10 ,e 7xl1 " Fleer) vwt co ?ee. Men's Fine Silk Pongee Handkerchiefs Frem Japan A particularly fine quality na tural pongee, with quarter-inch hand-hemstitched hems, and a hand-drawn border of fine hair line stripes in color. Geed looking and practical. Three patterns at $1 each, or $11 a dozen. One pattern at $1.25 each. (Main Fleer) Blu-Mettle Seap Is a Real Laundry Seap It's a soap that will lather freely in hard Philadelphia water. It's a soap that blues as it gees. And for economy there isn't a soap that can equal it. 5c a bar during September. (Fenrth Fleer) Sample Silk Overbleuses, Special at $3.85 An excellent choice among navy blue and brown, as well as brighter color Inus. Mostly of crjie ri chine, tucked embroidered or gay with colored apiillque. All n size 36. (Third Fleer) Nowhere Else Such an Assortment of Heusewares as Yeu '11 Find at Wanamaker's And certainly nowhere else is such high quality maintained throughout. Eveiy article in this Sale, from the smallest paring knife te a kitchen cabinet is of sound, substantial worth, built for service and, during September, marked at a special price. Special $16.50 Whirlpool Dishwashers A strongly constructed dishwashinp; machine which will held the dishes used in three meals in the ordinary household. It washes them thoroughly in the shortest possible time. Electric Dishwashers held the same amount and are mounted en rollers se that they can be wheeled into the dining room for the collection of the dishes and taken back te the kitchen or pantry for the washing. These washers are built of the best and most durable materials and consume the minimum amount of electricity, $85. (VMrtfc A Man Couldn't Find Better Clothing If He Hunted the Four Corners of the Earth v On second thought, maybe there aren't any four corners of the earth te hunt. But half a dozen thoughts drive home the convic tion mere deeply that there aren't any better clothes, either. A fact that never was plainer than right new, since the Fall suits have come te Wana maker's. f Easy, graceful, dignified looking suits. But smart suits, every one. The lines are straighter, freer, mere "leungy-like." Just full of that air of geed-fellowship that simply belongs te men. Lapels are softly, easily rolled and even the set of the buttons two, three or sometimes four in number lend that rollicking geed swing that seems part of the dash of Autumn. Celers are just as varied as men's tastes light, dark or anything (perhaps brown is a little te the forefront) and the prices "Aye, there's the rub" $25 te $55, mak ing them step where they used te start. (Third Fleer) Winged Tips Are Getting Flatter and Softer en Each new pair that comes makes the difference mere noticeable. And men like it mere comfortable, they say. Especially comfortable are the new black brogues, really beautiful shoes of waxed calfskin. The winged tips and vamp seams are edged with tiny sawtoething, (Main Hew the Need for Clean Shirts Grews When a Bey Gets Back at Scheel It seems three are needed where one did before. just me snirts lie wants are here, the neglige kind with soft turn-back cuffs, cellars attached or neckbands. in plain wnite. the prices are (Main Embroidery Ruffles and Insertion Combined Women always used te have te bother te put en the insertion first, before joining the ruffle, but these embroideries combine them, conveniently and attrac tively. A splendid choice of blind and open embroideries, already ruffled onto the insertion, two te eight inches wide, 25c te $1 a yard. (First Fleer) VtMr) Mens Brogues while fine perforations dot each shoe both front and back. But the smartness is only part of the story. The thick white oak soles and sturdy, long-lasting stitching lend the leek of service that men insist upon. Price, 12.50. Fleer) $1.65 te 12.50; shirts stripd with colors, $1.50. Pajamas, tee, are wanted is abundance by the boy at school away from home. Priced 1.66 te $3 in mercerized cotton, madras r outing flannel, rioer) Paper Towels Are a Geed Idea for the Kitchen Besides the ordinary uses of towels, fresh, clean sheets of paper are excellent for absorbing the ex cess grease from French fried po tatoes and similar fried feeds. A roll efllSO towels of creamy abserbentfjwper that will net reugi up en theAjumd, 20c. (Fourth Fleer) The Lamp Sale Is Brightening Hundreds of Hemes And it can brighten hundreds and hundreds mere. All the lamps, lampshades and candlesticks arc offcred at 10 te 50 per cent leas than regular prices. Among the interesting groups are 2000 Wicker shades from Japan, shades that are generally hard te obtain but that are al ways popular; nine sizes in this collection and all desired colors rose, blue, geld and green, very cozy and geed for inclesed perches all at half, new 35c te $2.50 each. Reed Fleer and Table Lamps te use with reed furniture all pop ular finishes, lined with silk and some with cretonne, semeMvJth fringes, prices one-third less than usunl new 19 te $47.50.. New Drldge Lamps in .weed," mahogany finished complete with silk shades and fringe, new $10 each, a remarkably low prlce. " 4 m i ' ,&"l l t ' rt'jnV-lJ &n syj w t c .nt flfdJa .; .;.).? , JyWate'01 r it - '-wjayi rtt V L ( w.