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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, November 07, 1919, Image 17

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Plain Mesh Veiling
Special Price, 15c Yard
Hexagon and Diamond Mesh Veilings of an unusually good
quality at this special price.
T aupe?Brown?Black
November's wintry winds make this a very timely offering.
Veiling Section, First floor.
iBoofctoarft &!otbro))
Opens 0:15 A.M. York WASHINGTON?Paris Closes 6 P.M.
Modernized Methods of Facial
Treat the cause and the effect as inevitable.
Permanent Waving lends beauty to the entire contour, and per
mits of a fashionable and lasting naturalness to the hair.
Permanent Waving demonstrated by experts under the Nestle
license in our Personal Service Section, Second Floor.
Net Neckwear
Trimmed With Real
Fashionable as can be and such
a delightfully frilly effect that
will lend grace and refinement
to the dark-colored costumes so
modish at present. These are the
newest things.
Net Jabots, beautifully trimmed in
Filet, Valenciennes and Irish lace,
with tucks and ruffles, some are with
out lace trimming with tucks and
rufffes; white and cream. $1.00 to
New Net Shields and Collars,
trimmed in Valenciennes and Filet
lace, with tucks and hand embroid
ery; roll and round collars; white
and cream. $1.25 to $6.00.
Net Guimpes, trimmed in real Filet
and Valenciennes lace, with dainty
tucks and shirring, some have pearl
and crochet buttons and the prettiest
hand embroidery. $9.50 to $18.00.
Neckwear, First floor.
Tomorrow, tke kappiest day of the year (save Christmas) for all
the children of Washington and vicinity?the opening of the Fairy
land of Toys, we call it, because, besides all the thousands and thou
sands of Toys and Playthings of all kinds, the children will he
greeted on every side by their Nursery Friends in lifelike figures, not as
they read or had Mother or Dad read them about in books. This is the
great Nursery Family that will greet you tomorrow?
Puss in Boots The Clown
The Man in the Moon Old King Cole
Climbing Teddy Bears The Wonderful Pull-Apart Circus
The Little Pig That Went to Market
The Frog That Went A-Wooing
The Dollies That Lived in a Shoe
and, best of all?
In All His Glory
"Knit-tex" and "Golf-flex" Suits
Are Best for Sportswomen, Business
Women, School Teachers, Office Women
Soft, resilient worsted fabrics that don't become
Will not wrinkle.
Will not become shiny from constant wear.
Are water repellant.
Two remarkably fine quality models at $32.00.
Other "Knit-tex" and "Golf-flex" Suits, including some
fine imported ones from Nottingham England?the home of
sports clothes as they ought to be?at $65.00.
New Sports Apparel Section. Third floor.
Silk Jersey Petticoats?
Many women will have no other kind. Some even demand all
jersey, and do not want taffeta or satin flounces. We have all styles,
in a variety that should please the most particular. To mention
several? . ?
Silk Jersey Petticoats at $5.00?With flounces of shirred satin;
in emerald and Hunter's green, navy, Peacock and Copenhagen blue
and attractive combinations.
Silk Jersey Petticoats at $6.00?With pleated flounces of change
able silk trimmed with Van Dyke insets of plaid silk. In American
beauty and rose.
Silk Jersey Petticoats at $7JO?All-silk jersey, a fine quality, with
very deep pleated flounces, plain or Dresden trimmed. In black,
navy, gray, taupe, plum, purple and emerald.
Novelty Silk Jersey Petticoats, $9.00 to $15.00?Rich, heavy qual
ity, enhanced with braid, ribbon or plaid trimmings.
Petticoat Section, Third floor.
The Overcoats for Every Boy
Our specialized Boys' Service is again showing its ad
A stock of overcoats such as this could only be gathered
by specialization.
Each coat is the finest in fabric and making. There is
nothing uncertain about any of them.
Overcoats for the Junior Boy, 3 to 8 Years,
$15.00 to $25.00
Chinchillas, Cheviots, Kerseys
All good colors. Naval and belted models. Single and
double breasted.
Overcoats for the Junior School Boys, 9 to 12 Years ,
$18.00 to $35.00
Plain Colors: Navy Blue, Oxfords, Oxford Qreen, Tans, Browns.
Mixtures: Heather, Gray, Scotch.
Models: Belters, Semi-Belts, Double and Single Breasters.
Overcoats for the Senior Boy, 13 to 18 Years,
$18.00 to $45.00
Mixtures in rich, warm, distinctive weaves; Heather colors,
Tomorrow a Special Offering of
80 Boys' Wool Suits (Sizes 7 to 18 Years)
$13.75 Each
Selected materials, choice colorings, best patterns?suits
tailored for us : not sale suits, but Woodward & Lothrop suits,
The Boys' Shop, Fonrth floor.
Dressed in his wonderful North Pole Suit and residing in his ice-covered
home, with toys bulging out all sides; but he has stopped making them long
enough to give every child a cheery welcome and lend an attentive ear to every
little child's secret for Christmas morning.
A Wonderland of Toys
For All Good Girls and Boys
For the Boys, First of All?New and not shown before?an all-day demonstration of
, the K-C Junior Radio Set?a real working Radio Apparatus for regular boys?not a toy?
where messages will be sent and received under the supervision of an expert wireless man.
Then the great Exhibition of Electrical
Trains that interests every boy.
The Up-to-Date Models of Aeroplanes that
boys can build to really fly?the NC-4, the De
Haviland and other models.
The Structo Auto Builder?for boys to make
their own Auto Tractors.
Chemcraft?back again, bigger and better
than ever before.
Gilbert's New Auto Builder.
Telephone and Wireless Apparatus.
Pull-apart Circus Toys?one of the new toys
for the younger children?many ways to make
them play. They do all kinds of stunts.
Jackie Acrobat?does a thousand tricks.
Then the Outdoor "Exercising" Toys for
Children?Kiddie Kars, Chu-Chu Cars, Express
Wagons, Automobiles, Tricycles.
Indoor Playthings
-Desks, Chairs, Folding
For the Little Girls?What a wonderful place.
Of course Dolly and her needs?her outfittings
share most of her attention. Every kind is here,
from the tiny Kewpie to the famous Schoenhut
Wooden Art Doll; the Lifelike Madam Hend
ron Romper Dolls that cuddle up to you like a
real baby. And the Beautiful and Daintily
Trimmed Trousseau Trunks?a complete out
fitting of everything that Dolly needs?handker
chiefs, pillows, quilts, chairs, soaps, towels,
wash cloths, powder, puffs, rattles.
Dolly Furnishing Section?Wearing apparel
of every sort, and millinery, too; latest fashions.
Blankets for her bed: sheets and pillowcases;
comforts. You can outfit Dolly in her home
Then, just in the center of this great big Fairyland of Toys a Christmas Tree, trimmed with all
the dazzling, glittering and colorful ornaments that Santa Claus has brought with him from the
North Pole.
To this Fairyland of Toys we welcome all the good little boys and girls of Wash
ington. And mother and father, too, may enjoy the day.
The Toy (Store?A FalryUnd of Toyi?Fourth floor.
Kismet Umbrellas
We Have Been Trying to Get
for a Long While
Kismet Umbrellas are beauti
ful and stylish enough to be car
ried by the most fashionably
dressed woman. They are in
green, brown, navy and purple,
unusually fine silk and handles
of malacca wood, finished with
amber colored bakalite caps and
wrist cord to match. A beautiful
umbrella, priced at $12.00.
An excellent Umbrella at $5.90?
Women's 26-inch black piece dyed,
tape edge umbrellas, with handles of
mission and ebonine wood; bakalite
trimmed and bracelet ring.
Men's Fine Silk Umbrellas at $5.00?
Black Piece Dyed Taffeta Umbrellas,
with selected wood handles of rose
wood, green ebony and mission
wood; silver and bakalite trimmed, in
opera and P. W. shapes.
100 More of Children's Black
Gloria "".loth Umbrellas, $3.00
With attractive handles, in assorted
woods, bakalite trimmed, bracelet
ring. Opera and P. W. handles for
the boys.
Umbrella Section, First floor.
Coats-Practical and Becoming
for Girls and Juniors
Even the lowest-priced models are well tailored,
developed of worth-whiie fabrics, and serviceably
lined. Some are simply designed with belts and fldre
choker collars, and others show novelty touches.
Excellent models in .
Heather Mixtures, wool cheviots and silvertone zibelines,
practical for everyday wear; with collars large enough to
protect from wind, and forming an attractive flare when un
buttoned. Navy and brown shades favored.
Heavy and Warm Chinchillas, in plain tailored styles.
Dressier Coats of Silvertone, Velour, Polo Cloth, Broad
cloth and Velvet. Some fur trimmed. A blouse model deeply
sashed and a yoked flare style with large collar and armholes,
pleat and button trimmed, among individual garments. Others
belted or flared, with novelty pockets and other features that
girls like.
Girls' Coats, $12.75 to $57.50
Juniors' Coats, $16.95 to $57.50
Girls' Section?Fourth floor.
Misses' Smock-Overblouses
A creation of wool jersey in a beautiful quality of
material. One of the new shades is handsomely embroidered
in chenille and silk embroidery, to form a smock. Cuff bor
ders, round yokes of contrast color and chenille sashes are
several of the interesting features.
Smock Blouse of Walnut Wool Jersey, with rich design
of brown chenille and gold silk embroidery. Similar model of
navy jersey, with lava and Mikado red embroidery. Both
with chenille sash. $18.75.
Smock Blouse of Navy Wool Jersey, with V neck button
hole stitched with lava chenille, and embroidered in green and
Mikado red. Cuff border embroidered in medallions to
match. Also a similar blouse of walnut jersey embroidered in
gold and kingfisher blue; or French gray jersey embroidered
in green and king blue. $18.75.
Smock Blouse of Navy Jersey with French gray yoke,
cuff and sleeves showing rich chenille and silk-embroidered
motifs. $25.00.
Misses' Section, Fourth floor.
Sport or Golf Hosiery for Children
Shown in heather, gray mixtures, navy mixtures and brown mix
tures with fancy cross-striped tops. $1.50 to S2.25 pair.
Three-quarter-length Cashmere Socks, in oxford gray; sires 6
to 8l/2. $1.25 pair.
Boys' Ribbed Hose, heavy weight, for school and rough wear;
sizes 8 to 11. 50c pair.
Children's Leggins of cotton jersey cloth: white, navy, black and
brown ; sizes 3 to 7, $1.50 pair; sizes 8 and 9, $1.75 pair.
All-wool Jersey Cloth Drawer Leggins; navy, black, brown and
white. $2.75 to $4.25 pair.
Velveteen and Coduroy Leggins, in black, brown, navy. $2.25 and
$2.50 pair.
Tan Leather Leggins with three buckles. $10.00 pair.
Old-time Worsted Leggins, for snow and damp weather; black
only. $2.50 pair.
Children's Hosiery, Fourth floor.
The Smartest Glove
Has the Strap
And they are worn in a man
ner to accentuate their smart
ness; pulled up over the sleeve1 of
a street frock, a tailored suit or a
sporty coat, and buckled at the
wrist. Could anything be 'more
effective ?
The 6-button length is the cor
rect one, in fine washable cape
skin with spear point embroider
ed backs and strap and clasp
wrist. In tans, browns, gray,
black and white.
$4.50 the Pair
GloTe Section, First floor.
The Store for Men Ready for the Cold Pays of November and Winter
Great assortments to choose from, so that every man
assortments are arranged so that you can get,what you
Fine Dress Overcoats at $90.00
"Gascony" and "Hecla" models, the former of which is illustrated. They
are botli handsome Dress Coats. The dressy, dignified effect sought for by
men in Handsome Dress Overcoats has been secured by an unusual amount of
skillful tailoring. Note the high-waist effect. Pure silk lining throughout.
London Ulsters, $50.00 to $100
It's the duty of an Ulster to keep you warm in the face of winter's coldest
days. The London Ulster will. A new shipment brings elegant, warm fabrics
and richest colors?browns, greens, heathers, double-faced fabrics. Just right
for winter.
With Self Collars, $50.00 to $95.00
Special showing with beaver fur collars, $100.00.
Detachable Fur Collars, $12J0 to $50.00.
Men's Shoes at $11.00 Pair
That we don't believe can possibly be bought better.
High-grade leathers and wear-resisting heavy soles.
Mahogany Calfskin.
Tan Calfskin.
Gun Metal Calfskin.
Norwegian Grain Leather.
English Model.
Conservative Model.
Wing-tip Model, $11.00 pair.
may satisfy his own preferences. And the
want quickly?in the Men's Store, First Floor
_ Carter's Union Suits, $2.50 to $9.00
Underwear that fits you like your best tailored suit; in a wide variety of
light, medium and heavy fabrics; long sleeves and ankle length.
Duofold Union Suits, $4.75 to $6.75
Silver gray, cotton and wool mixtures, with cotton interlining, warmth of
wool without having it next to your skin. "?
Heavy, Warm Blanket Cloth Bath Robes, $7.50 to $22.50.
. Terry Cloth Bath Robes, $6.00 $7.50 and $12^00.
Fine Plush Auto Robes, $24.00.
Double-faced Wool Auto Robes, $15.00.
Full-fashioned Silk Hose, $1.00 Pair
Warranted fast colors, full fashioned and pure silk, with double lisle soles,
heels and toes.
Full Fashioned Clocked Silk Hose, $1.50 pair.
Irish Balbriggan Hose, hand embroidered clocks, $1.75 pair.
Light Weight Australian Wool Socks, $1.00 pair.
Sport Wool Socks, in heather shades, $1J50 pair.
Wool Knee Warmers?the first we have had in two years, $2.25 pair.
Wool Abdominal Bands; medium weight, $1.50. Heavy weight, $2.00.
Rip-proof Tan Walking Gloves, $3.50 and $3.75 Pair
Gloves are guaranteed not to rip at all; made of the finest grades of
pliable, beautifully shaded skins, in browns, tans and cordovan to match the
shoes, $3.50 and $3.75 pair.
BonTon and Royal
Standard makes, which include
a variety* of good models and
splendid values. There are models
of broche in flesh, with elastic at
the waist and running up higher
at the back, and also having the
free hip space.
Also models for the fleshy
figure with the medium high bust
and quite short skirt for the short
full figures; also in the lower
bust and longer Hp styles of plain
white coutils.
There are waist line models
and low bust styles generally,
priced from $2.25 to $7.50 pair.
A very good corset for the
misses, in Royal Worcester
make, with elastic inserts at
the top and skirt, $1.50. ,
Corsat Section, Third floor.

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