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A Thanksgiving sale of fashionable frocks
$25 dresses $30 dresses $35 dresses $40 dresses $45 dresses $ IS CO now you know why we gave ^ this sale such advance pub licity, and why we expect the wildest euthusiasm to greet, this sale. The dresses are all brand new?aside from some duplicates which we've had here in stock at $?5 and $45?every dress is shown for the first time. j And all the dresses?every last one?come to you now fresh and new. Some of the styles are sketched, but scores are not; there are more styles than you would care to count. They include: street dresses business dresses afternoon frocks ' dance and party frocks They are daringly conceived and char mingly contrived "in modes of the moment. Note the description under those sketched. as announced by us Sunday Six of the many styles sketc hed Canton crcpe, fringe ruffle $18. Spanish la c c over satin, $18. Canton erepe, Persian t ri m viings, $18. Made to sell at $25, $35, $45 F ABRICS rank with the finest of present day fashions: Poiret twills Tricotines Canton Crepe Velveteens Crepe meteor Crepe de chine Satin canton and others. Spanish lacc over charmcusc, $18. Embroidered t ric o tine, $18. V elvcte en, with georgette sleeves, $18. And especially noteworthy are the Spanish and other lace frocks. The lovely combinations of woolens with satin. And of silk with duvetyne. Styles run the gamut of the designer's art. There are dis tinguished tailored modes lav ishly embroidered or enriched with steel beads; there are gorgeous velveteens, graciously enlivened with georgette; there are lace frocks light as thistle down, seemingly horn for a ballet. Again there are ?Km silhouettes, bouf fant draperies, wide flowing sleeves; but why enumerate when the whole delightful assemblage will be .spread before you for your discriminating selection. Plenty of the desired navy, brown'and black, as well as the more showy combi nations. Misses' sizes, 16 to 20. Women's, 36 to 44 and 44 to 52. (Apparel shops, second floor.) $59.50 ?immense assortments ?impressive varieties ?charming styles ?compelling values COAT WEEK marks the culmination of our effort in accumu lating fresh, full stocks. Now is the time for most satisfactory selec tion. Interest will center in these three groups. Women are taking to mannish coats (one of the many styles is sketched,) Mannish coats, tailored by men to hold their shape at ? ^ m PA neck and collar. Mannish fabrics, too, tweeds and her- y J y ?3v ringbones, with plaid backs. Also in camel's hair and beaver cloth, these being full silk lined. , AlsJT at $27.50 are dress coats, in velours, bolivia, suedenes. Some fur trimmed; some embroidered; all silk lined. 27 Delightfully individual coats (two of the many styles are sketched) 4 7 .50 Most of these coats represent a maker's show pieces and samples, hence they are only one or. two orva kind, H* and not all sizes in every style. Aristocratic woolens; deep-pile fabrics, rich as satin, as well as Salt's Peco ' plush coats. Coats and wrap coats; tailored and embroidered; many with fur collars and cuffs. ^11 silk lined. ^ Highly exclusive fashionsv (two of the many styles are sketched) Magnificent coats in magnificent materials?panve- ? PA laine, Normandy, bolivia, veloura?-and all magnificently t made?made by artist-tailors. Regally trimmed with fur collars and cuffs; real furs, such as mole, wolf, fox, opossum, raccoon and nutria. Coats that will stand out in any fashionable gathering, as one can see by , those sketched. TheHecht Ca 7th. at F Where prices are guaranteed 7tH dt F HANAN shoes are high priced because HANAN is satisfied with nothing less than the best in material and in workmanship. But Hanan prices are not exorbitant; you get them for $9.50 to $15. (Women's Hanan shoes, first floor.) / Two fur coats th&t we can recommend Partly for their rich beauty; more for their mag nificent peltry, but chiefly for the satisfaction they will give the wearer. One is a Laskin seal coat with The other is a Kolinsky dyed Australian opossum or skunk col- marmot with raccoon collar and lar and cuffs, at $189.50. cuffs, at $165. * Fox scarfs, in favored brown shades, $29.50. Chokers at $15?squirrel and Australian, fitch and dyed opossum. ? (Fur shop, second floor.) M6re of those sturdily made Rompers and Creepers at IC 69 Same good grades ae those that sold so freely in the last two sales. All well made of fast color. linenes chambrays ginghams poplins flannelettes and novelties Dutch style and jumper dress effect sketched?solid colors and combinations. All sizes 2 to 6. (Third floor.) Sale U. S. Army Blankets $2.95 $3.95 $4.95 worth normally $4.50 to $7.50 Deep-bodied wool blankets?guaranteed to contain from 75% to 85% pare or worked over wool. Each blanket is 66x84 inches and weighs from 3% to 4% pounds. In medium gray, dark gray or olive drab. *B1b floor?llesstalee. What glorious news this is! Sale of silk camisoles! More than 25 styles. All charmingly new and different. Uptcards of 1,200 in a sale $1.29 rpOOK over a maker's entire stock of high grade camisoles?every thing he had?s amples, surplus stocks, show pieces?everything. ^ GREATER variety of styles than we ordinarily stock at such price, and all to go at one price. ? Silk camisoles and satin cami soles; and often the two com bined or with georgette crene and fine medallions and laces. Some have lace insertions bark and front; some are enriched with brave medallions; some with hemstitching and embroid ery. Variously with ribbon shoul der straps or bnilt-np shoulders. Colors are flesh, white, navy and black. And from the same maker come Crepe de chine Envelope chemise, $1.95 Tailored with satin yokes; some with lace banded yokes; still others with tucked georg ette yokes and lace insertion. All with rib bon shoulder straps. White and flesh. Crepe de chine nightgowns, $3.35 Just two models, but each one lovely. A tailored style has hemstitched shoulder straps and yoke; a sleeveless model has 4"V" neck with lace insertion forming Empire back. Flesh onlv. Iland-raade and hand-embroidered gowns and chemise, $2.95 Nightgowns and envelope chemise, hand-made of fine lingerie and hand work, in solid and punch work embroidery as only the Filipinos know how. Hand-scalloped, too. Lovely suggestions for Christmas giving. All-silk Jersey Petticoats $1.95 A fine supple jersey that provides a smooth founda tion for one's frock. A wide variety of street shades, and the ruffle is often combined with another color. A Xmas hint to the knowing. Flannelette nightgowns 69c A deep-bodied flannelette with double yoke back and front to provide extra warmth and wear. "V* neck style with long sleeves. Also some low neck styles with short sleeves. While 300 remain.' Women's Blanket Bath Robes, $2.95 gOME are braid, others are satin trimmed. All have girdle cord and deep pockets. Colors are woven in clear through, hence fast as the fabric. Floral, geo metrial and Indian patterns.