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' 'ia fj-'dm, EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHfLADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1922 Organ plays at 9, 11 and 4:50 (Mrledy nil Chime at Noen) WEATHER Fair WANAMAKER'S Stere Opens at 9 WANAMAKER'S Stere Closes at 5 WANAMAKER'S The Best Goods Frem All the World Meet at Wanamaker's Kff&WMMWja i Te See What Is Right and Net te De It te net be able te say Ne, and net te Jcnew when te say Yes, denotes something lacking in our make-up that would give moral courage te stand upright and act up te what wc believe. Pluck up courage, fear no man, but be a real man, with a full degree of firmness te overcome the weakness te which you have surrendered your mind and heart. A plain Ne is an honest chap, and a hearty Yes at the right moment is everything. Only dead fish float with the tide. Signed October 23, 1022. The Place for Weman te Get a Topcoat 1 the Wanamakcr Yeung Women's Stere. Never in any past season were the selections se large, the val ues se extraordinary. All day long the lovely, soft warm garments are- peing oft en the shoulders 01 sous fled veung women who knew- A Remarkablv Geed Ceat at $95 A smart bloused-back model of rich wool belivia, in brown, gray or midnight blue, with large cellars of geed beaver or squirrel fur. Crepe de chine lined and warmly inter lined. Sizes 14 te 20 years. (Second Fleur) Women's Uncommonly Geed Suits at $25 te $45 These are the plainer suits made nf fine soft veleurs, Peiret twills and tweeds, in navy, black, vaiieus browns, oxford gray and heather mixtures. They are interlined for Winter Wearing; and there is a variety cf (First Women 's Winter Coats J HW'A-nri -I , 1, 1 I " 'i i !K.r(..v ' . . i; '? l ".,r,ir . V- i r te"' W ifefc t' Fine Parisienne Corsets in Almest Fifty Medels This includes elnstic girdles in bucIi u variety of styles that even the woman accustomed te having her corset made te order finds complete satisfaction in the ' "Parisienne." ' At least live or six times n year j the French cersetiere of the "Parisienne" gees te Paris for (Third t O WOMAN who is thinking about furs need wait x any longer te make her choice the Fur Salen new has a very fair representation of all the fashion able things, beginning with little neck furs and run ning up through staple fur coats te the finest novelty coats. 'creud Nurses' Uniforms te Measure Made of excellent finalities of muslin, poplin, or linen, at $.'. f0, 58.50 or $9.r0. Price ir.eludes ma terials, fittings and making. Nurses' capes of blue bioud bieud bioud deth lined with scarlet, made te mrnsuie, from $10.50 up. Ask in ibu Custom Tuilering Duieau. (Second ricier) Women's Aprons, 65c Medium large aprons made f percale, seme in pinafore Rtyle. Others of white lineue with colored applique work. Each CCc. (Third Fleer) QMjfaufe Any Yeung cither from "shopping around" or trem past experience that they could net have done better else where. Fur-trimmed topcoats from $47.(50 te 350. Unfurred coats, in sports and street stvles. S20 te S8S. coats among them some button ing high at the threat, some long I and some short. i Women who want something at i once practical, geed-looking and j inexpensive arc paiticularly in vited te see them. Kleiir) Trimmed With Beaver Special at $150 Net only is the large cellar of beaver, but the cuffs as well are of this beautiful fur, and it is of the finest quality. The coats are made of a warm, soft belivia coating, lined with crepe de chine and interlined. They are loose and flaring except at the waist, where a narrow belt partly con fines the fullness. In Malay brown, navy, kit fox crrav or black, all with beaver. Seme of the coats have a fine blended and dyed squirrel fur instead of beaver, and they are also $150. (First Fleer) ideas and materials. Seme of the elastic girdles are imported entire and many of the materials are French. The trimmings, tee, are unique and the walehn boning will neither rust nor break. There is only one place te buy "Parisienne" corsets in Philadel phia and that is at Wanamaker's. Prices from $8 te $-10. l'l(icir) I'loer) Warm Nightgowns of Flannellet Regular sizes are of white flaniii'llet with V necks at $1.2.), ami with cellars at SI. 05. Sniped tlannellet SI and $1.25, with col cel lars, $1. . , Kxtia sixes are of striped flannellet with V necks nt $1.25 te $2.25. With long sleeves and no cellars, $1.50. With low necks and kimono sleeves, $1.50. Of plain vellew and orchid flannellet. $1.85. Of white flannellet and with col cel lars, $1.7u. (Third I'loer) A Complete Knife Set for the Kitchen Each set includes a paring knife, a butcher knife, a spatula, a small cleaver, a slicer and a long fork. They am of Arbl grade- steel with coceabola handles, brass riveted. The complete set, in a box, for $2. (Fourth I'loer) A Remarkable Outpouring of Women's Silk Stockings Involving Upwards of 20,000 Pairs, Werth Fully $50,000 and Being Sold at Once for $25,000 Net a pair in the let but what is at least a half of what it was made te sell for. It's hard te realize hew many stockings 20,000 pairs actually is enough for all the women in a geed-size city. i And there are enough kinds te please all the women in a geed-size city. Plain black ones, heather mixtures, open-work clocks, ribbed and plain colors galore. It Is a Sale Se Biff That the Whole West Aisle Has Been Given Over te It A place where a dozen kinds of merchandise usually attract throngs each day. Tomorrow, nothing but silk stockings silk stockings in quantities that women seldom have seen before and at actual savings that rarely come te pass. Nearly every pair is perfect first quality. Here and there is a pair with a slight defect, nothing te harm it, but it always is plainly marked "second." There are silk stockings for everyone and at prices that will pay everyone te buy a season's supply. $1 Actually Buys Silk Stockings Seme firsts, some seconds, in black and colors. Cotten top. Half price. Silk-to-the-Tep Stockings, $1.50 Mack and colored ones. Seconds. Alse Richelieu ribbed hose in shoe shades. First quality. Fancy Silk Stockings at $1.75 Silk te the tops, s'eckings in solid colors; vertical glove sill; and open-work clocked stockings v.-ith cotton tops. Is Her Birthday Coming Soen? If she is a debutante or net quite "out" yet she will much appreciate some one of these little gifts in sterling silver. Mesh bags, both long and narrow and also square shapes, $25 te $59. Powder boxes en a chain, $1.50 te $11. Vanity caces, $1.1.50 te $27. Photograph lockets, $2.25 te $8. Lip salve holders, $2.50 te $5.50. Hag tops, $15. (Main I'loer) Jersey Cleth Makes Many Charming Frecks Hut it should be the substantial all-wool variety firm and weighty, yet soft. New shipments of fine all-wool jersey in this desirable quality pie vide a delightful color assortment. Paprika, cinnamon, dove gray, taupe, cafe, sponge, walnut, oak, jade, 'cherry, scarlet, orange, as well as all the expected blues, browns and ether colors. 54 inches wide, and $2 the yard. (Flrt 1'Iiinr) Candies Fer the Halloween Party Salted nuts, $1.50 a pound; glace nuts, $2; chocolate-covered nuts, $1.25; Jerdan leasted almonds, $1.15. Crystallized mint wafers, 50c; double vanilla mints in pumpkin color, 70c. Pumpkin-colored mints with perfect black cats en them, each in an individual container, 10c each. Chocolate straws, 70e; nut cara mels, $1; crisp nut candies, $1; nut balls with marshmallow centers, 10c each. Jack Herner Pies have 12 jelly geed favors in them: Witches' kettle , at ?10; rose balls, $8; big pumpkins with 12 smaller pumpkins, $8; a dell and paper carrots, $8; a monster bonbon with 12 favors, $1. Bonbons with caps and favors arc COc, $1, $1.25 and $2.50 a dozen. Large witches' heads that can be used for nuts or flowers are $3 each. Large pumpkin heads are $1.50. Lucky black cats are $1.25, $1.50 and $2. Small black cats en cakes of chocolate are 20c. Baskets for holding salted nuts are 10c, 15c and 20c. The Harvester, made of imitation vegetables, is worthy of being a party feature, $10. (Ilenn HUlrs Stere) Women's New Calfskin Oxfords With Buckled Straps Sturdy grained russet calf skin with full round tee, short wing tip, extension sole und low bread heel. A stitched strap runs up the quarter from the heel, and buckles ever the lacing. Priced $10 the pair. (I'lmt A Sate Just for Women MVmt Alili") French Kid Unequaled at $2 Ti-ii- in nnil ilnv out. there is no ether such glove value te be found as these "Uoyale" gloves, made of the French national skins in Grenoble exclusively for Wanamaker's. Pprfprtlv nut. beautifully made, and in eleven shades of (Main Personal Greeting Cards Can Be Ordered New Every year the cards seem piet tier than the year before and se it is new. There is really a remark able assortment for as little as 50c a dozen and from there prices rise te $3.50 a dozen. This is for the cards alone, on en graving the name is extra, of course. (Miiln I'loer) Fine New Steamer Rugs Have Just Come Frem England (In the Londen Shep) The loveliest colorings we have ever "seen in steamer rugs and the softest texture! A rug of cnmcl's-hair color has two shades of Delft blue combined with white in the plaid leverse side. Anether, in cornflower blue, shows a plaid of old rose and silver. A russet rug has a plaid in which gray and erange arc mingled. There is infinite variety among thce beautiful and dis timtive new rugs, which are of softest wool with a silky finish. Fer rough use, there are darker plaids in the mere con ventional Scotch tartan color ings. All are of generous size, with fringed ends, at prices ranging from $15 te $00. (The tiuMtry. rhmtliut) Te Burn Leaves With Safety the best thing is a tiash burner. It's of perforated metal with lid that fastens tightly and keeps the fire from spreading. In various sizes at $2.25 te $5. Geed rakes with wooden teeth are $1. (Fourth I'loer) Regulation oxfords in stout grained tan calf, with long wing tip, extension sole, low heels and plenty of perforating, are $9 the pair. Beth styles aie geed for wool hose wear. Fleer) Heather Mixed Sports Stockings, $1.35 Silk and mercerized. Sound first quality. Sports Hese With Open Werk, $2.50 Heavy, service stockings in heather mixtures with open work clocks. Reyale Gloves tan, brown, beaver, mode and gray, beside black and white. Other fine French kid gloves in the same two-clasp length at $2.50 te $n.50 a pair, including the famous and faultless Rey niers. I'loer) Beeks "Human Nature in the Bible," by William Lyens Phelps, $2. A book by an inspiring teacher of men, depicting old characters as if they were alive today. "Single Blessedness and Other Observations," by Geerge Ade, $1.50. Discussing humorously some mere or less serious ques tions. "Our Republic; a Brief History of the American People," by S. K. Ferman, $5. Authoritative and intenrely interesting. (Main I'loer) Surprisingly Pretty Fabric Bags at $3 Seft duvctyne and chiffon velvet bags are in browns and beaver .hades, taupe, black and navy. Meire silk bags aie in black or navy blue. Among them eu'l! find small (hie bags for calling or for mat inees; generous pouch shaped bags for shopping and a wonderful va riety of medium-size bags with charming mountings. Seme show filigree clasps, some have silvery c.illeped frames, some frames are covered and show no metal. Fer mourning there are black moire silk bags with gunmetal flnish frames. (Main I'loer) Warm Vests and Bathrobes omen's woolen bathrobes of v. lute with plaids in tan, lavender, giay, pink find blue, nre cozy, ample garments, with satin bind ings and large pocket. $10.50. (Juilted Japanese vests are $1.85 for 'he sleeveless and $;5.B3 for the sieved. Beth kinds are black v. ith linings of white or lavender, an' I both are our own importation. (Thlril I'loer) Buckles as Varied as the Gowns They Adern Metal buckles in antique geld or silver l.m-h, buckles or clasps in pretty jeweled designs and ethers in eaboihen shape. tenu with long bpaded fringe. They arf m every form, cery color, and it is hard te cheese be cause all are mi attractive. Prices start at 50c and go up te the finest French cut steel huckiu with beaded tassels at S.T7.50. iMiiln Meer) Blue-and-White Table Cevers Are Easily Cleaned Of wluit 1 1 bble grain fabric with Delft blue patterns, they can, when soiled, be wiped etf with a damp cloth. They measure 51 inches ucres3 and are .-uitable for round or square tables. $1.00. (I mirth Fleer) New Saruks 9 New Araks, New Hamadans Enhance the Wonderful Oriental Rug Sale Persian Saruks. combine in a unique degree beauty of color, pattern and texture with heaviness and fineness" of weave. These new Saruks are in sizes around 4.2x6.0 ft., and priced at $125 te $185. The new Araks are 10.7x10.8 ft., and marked $187 te $285. Red, ecru and blue are the prevailing colors, and the de signs are chiefly of the all-ever type that furnish effectively. The Hamadans are in sizes averaging G.Gx4.6 ft., and the prices are $85 te $125. Geed, heavy, serviceable weaves combining geed leeks, geed wearing qualities and geed value for the money. The sale presents a glorious wealth of carpet-size rugs, Persian and Chinese, all priced en a very attractive basis. Among the Mahals, Saruks, Kerman shahs and Serapis are many notable values in rugs of rich character and fine service qualities. Fans Are Se Much Mere Than Fans New, when they aie mere than ever affairs of such wondrous color and even possess rare beauty of ' line, they arc very often the note of contrast that brings out all the color tones of a costume otherwise characterless. Brilliant scarlet ceque feathers have a gleaming beauty of line. Ostrich tips are particularly ef fective in black. Leng, willowy ostrich, sometimes in brilliant jade, falls freely ever metal gauze. The fan of geld, silver or black lace is very fashionable and there are new beauties te be found in fans of spangled gauze. $10 te $-13. (Slain I'loer) Among the Finest of Lamps shown at present in the Lamp Stere are some copies of Old English candlesticks. They are made of solid brass with finishes of fumed geld combined with laven----dcr, carmine or black, and are priced at S20 te $03. Only one or , two of a kind. i Shades are $2." te $1-10. ' (Feiii 111 I loer) A Levely New Lay-Out of Maderia Linens Napkins that aie marvels of daintiness. Pillow ca?is equally exquisite. Every piece in the collection hand-embroidered and hand-scal-leped. This is worth lemembering, be cause net all Madeira linens are scalloped by hand. The work en these napkins nnd pillow case is particularly fine and should appeal te any woman of taste and judgment in ruch thing?, whether she wants some for a gift or for her very own. Madeira hand-embroidered and hand-scalloped linen napkins, S7.75 te $25 a dozen. Madeira hand-embroidered and hnnd-scalleprd linen pillow eases, 22!x30 inches $7.75 te SI 5.75 a pair. (First I lour) The Finest Music at Heme In the comfortable surroundings where you can best enjoy it At the end of the day when you feel most like it When guests are te be entertained or young folks cheese te dance Then what a pleasure it is te have an AM PICO The greatest pianists living have played their best for the Ampiee, knowing that it will carry their fame far and wide, and that many a home throughout the world will knew them only through this miracle piano. A hearing of the Ampiee will convince you that such music, in the quiet of your own home, will mean mere te you than any music you ever heard before. Sold only at Wanamaker's Piane Salens in the Chickering, Marshall & Wendell, Haines Brethers and the celebrated Knabe Pianos. (IllCJ'l'lliiii Hull, Srreml Fleer) is a rug of geed quality. (NcTcnth Meer) A Whistling Celd Night Sends Men After Warmer Pajamas Just such nights are close by, chilly ones are here and flannel let is as snug as anything for a lenir, comfortable sleep. Flannellet pajamas, cut full and roomy, are priced $2.50 te $3. 50. White backgrounds with (Muln This Mahogany Stand for Smokers Is Net Easily Tipped Over because the base is weighted. It is of solid mahogany with a glas3 receptacle for ashes, two cigar rests and a place for matches. L'n isually geed for $7.50. (Fourth I'loer) Lew-Priced Dinnerware of Unusual Merit The demand of many people for lew-pricedfclinnerware of geed individual quality and exceptional character finds a pretty geed answer in a let of American ware in a pattern suggestive of the .simple charm of Se many English sets. These are open stock goods, and can be had either in dinner tets of 10t pieces, at 535, or dinner sets of "2 pieces at $20, or breakfast sets of 32 pieces at $8. The ware is a geed semi-per- (Fourth Fleer) Fine Warm Weel Quilts Tumbling In by the Hundred Se far as it is humanly possible te be absolutely sure of the com position of anything, these quilts are tilled with pure wool. The significance of this i that net all quilts that are called "wool tilled quilts" are filled with pure wool. Sometimes people tell us of "wool-filled" quilts that can be bought for seemingly very low prices. Put at leat some of the "wool" used in them is net the kind that grows en a she"p. lxth i M The Chinese carpets are wonderful in the beauty of their various blue, geld, peach and mulberry tones, and every one of them various width strines in several colors. There are rlannellet night gowns, tee, for the men who prefer them. Patterned like the pajamas and just as heavv. Priced SI. 05 te $2.eO. I'loer) Geed Knockabout Shoes for Beys $4.50 Built te stand the hardest kind of wear. They are Bluchcr cut, of stuidy black or tan calf skin, with thick soles and flat heels. Sizes 22 te 0. (Muln Fleer) celain in a decoration consisting of a large pink rose with green leafage combined in a border de sign of a really effective character. Fer wares of such merit the prices are very moderate. Wanamaker wool-filled quilts are as reliable in every ether fea ture as they are in the tilling. Fer days and days they have been piling up at a great rate, es pecially the lower-priced ones at S7, $8."50 and $10. These are in figured sateen cov erings with plain sateen borders. There's a splendid choice of colors. Other wool-filled quilts in beau tiful selection up te $00, and down-filled quilts at $10 te $65. I'loer) m . i. ; kftf.