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I J Women's Fabric Glove*, Attra II Value for Saturday, at $1.25 & 3 I | Two-cl**p, extra quality ChamoUette Glove*. Pans p< I - white, mode, fray, brown, Mastic and black. All aize*. j Worthy Quality . Ready Saturday? ' assembled. Many f s=^^=============== IThe Palais Royal Bast Asserts Supre Sale Extr New Fal 'i ^ 1 For Saturday Onl Long Sleeve Ge( Regular $4.98 and $5 Made of extra heavy quality georgette crepe. The B styles so new ancf so decidedly different that women wi | as they \?ill enjoy buying them at this remarkably low Trimmings of fine lacc. Long 'sleeves, collar or < tucks, plants, buttons, hand larless styles, round, square ' embroidery and beaded effects. V-shape necks. I On Sale Saturday Only a | I V A Wondertu A Women's Silk ana ?at a Savir The manufacturer agreed 1 not mention his name, but you 1 480 Pairs $1.75 Whit 8-button< length,\ double finger tips,' # embroidered backs.^ ply ? 1,728 Pairs $L00 and J Mf\ and some ilics In I | Jes. Some are imperfect. ' t s ?palai lint and embroidery EJTXB. J ^ ilth ant and Attractiveness The most comprehensive collection 01 ortunate purchases at substantial savi ?ment Dress Section Again macy in a Great aordinary of 11 Dresses .. *18* itie8 and Values to Marvel at Beautiful autumn dresses of the highest *7 type, purchased at special price concessions from \ New York dressmaking establishments noted for style and quality. | Dresses that are far beyond the reach of $ 18.98 under ordinary circumstances When you see these wonderful dresses you . I will realize that nothing like them in point of L I value has been offered in a long time. A I This is an event worthy of every shopper's i |A I attention?you will want more than one of these ||B | dresses. 3 -1 T The Materials Include I Finest quality satins, braided and embroid ered tricotines, Men's Wear French Serges, All L V Silk Tricolettes. A \ Wonderfully Attractive Styles |9\ V Nothing we might say would cause >ou to iinW \ \ a^'ne I'1"6 dresses to be better than they reallv are. W We wish we could make it plain to you what really f v r1 extraorclinary dresses they are. Models showing every new style idea, llftllllk >?d all materials are of the best quality. New Straight Line Tailored Frocks, clever variaimUuHu t'ons ?f tun,c styles. Elaborate embroidered M m trimmings, collarless, square and round necks. In Jfjfjur^ the favored fall colors. |||y On Sale Saturday in the Basement Ulil Store at $18.98. Sixes 16 to 44. y?A Premier Offer of orgette Blouses at .98 Values \ assortment is actually fascinating, I/ft* ' A II enjoy inspecting them as much / Ik W M m m Pricc- /I \J %ol- New colors, including navy, / La. r or brown, taupe, bisque, white I A I* J W and flesh. Sizes 36 to 46. 1 ^ t $3.49 1'alala lloral?HarKaln Dtwmnt. I I Basement Sale I Chamoisetie Gloves iq of at Least One Third to allow us to "cut" the price on these gloves if we would *vill tind his well-known trade-mark stamped on each pair e Silk I 600 Pairs $1.50 Chamoisette Gloves With wrist strap, em- \ ?r Jr \Jm broidered backs; may be' had in white, gray or brown. ( ajfilff. Sizes 6 to 7Yi. ) 51.25 Silk 1,248 Pairs $1.00 Chamoisette Gloves White. They are wash-} /able, two-button length, ( ?% f Is with stitched backs. Sizes i 1 6 to 8. ) rnlal. Iloiil?niirsaln llaarMml, I ^ t vma jp^cmiJKy [? IcOYMi ""x's? 4 tXFMWO Kbony and 1 I (7 Streets ** : in oar Apparel h f Children 8 School Apparel and Act nga were made which are now passec Hundreds of Captivatii Special Feature for rf* Q Saturday, Children's Day, at. O Mothers will be pleased with the assortment of scl have assembled. At the price featured above it wou to provide for the entire school term. Fuhioned of ginghama in attractive plaida and atripes, s and pocket*. All new, fresh merchandiae. 6 to 14 year*. Two-Piece Pajamas $,1.98 and $2.98 Middy Sfc Of flannelette in neat stripes, frog fasten- Made of navy b ings, straight or withered bottom. 6 to models 8 to 11 y< 18 yeprs. n Gym Blomers at $2.50 White Mic Of heavy twilled sateen, full pleated waist, J ,1 ? -eff* n' adjustable knee and waist. Siies to 18. med col!ar- emblem Middy Blouses, $2 to $6.98 Ncw Sweater Are here in an endless variety in white, , , ''ove'y "ne ? 1 ?- ?. ! anl.n?; ftr x New Middy, at $4.50 1 to 14 years. 2 to Of navy Galeta, strictly tailored, rcgvila- 7 14 year8, ti?n styles. All sires. 1 Corsets for the School Girl Featured at $2 to $7.50 There is no charm like the charm of youth, truly nothing can equal the buoyancy of the youthful figure, with its charm of easy movement and of supple grace. H. k W?Tenia High School Girl and American 4>irl Corsets and Ulrdles for the growing girl give free pla) to natural ciierirj. Come in and let our expert corsetieres help you to select your daughter's corsets. PalaU I to > Ml?Third lloor. A BEFORE SCHOOL SPECIAL SALE OF INTEREST TO PARENTS AT SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS. YOUR BOY MUST SOON ENTER OR GO BACK TO SCHOOL AND LOOK HIS BEST. Boys' Two-Pant School Suits AS AN INTRODUCTORY FEATURE FOR SATURDAY at $11.50 ' / Woolen, Cassimeres and Chev^4 A /f s.t -^-i ?' f iots; coats alpaca lined, both Si t' \ r M trousers full linc<i Sizes for -jdf boys. 7 to 16. Worth fully [ j7 Boy8' Corduroy Suits, ' High-grade Corduroy. Trousers m 1? Boys' Corduroy Trousers, $1.98, $2.25 to $3.95 fin j* ^ 0 t V'" Only the best grades of corduSi * roy for boys. Sizes 7 to IS. Boys' All-Wool Suits Boys' Bell Blouses, 95c at $15 and $17.50 Fine striped percales with atFrom the best makers, includ- tached collars. Sizes 6 to 11. Boy.' Bell Blouse*. $1.45 reduced for our before School Fine grade percales and woven Sale. Many with extra trousers, madras, with attached collars. Regular $20 to $25 grades. Sizes Sizes 7 to lfi. 7 to 18. 1 PataU Royal?Third Floor. Needed School Supp The below is a representative list of the hundreds tionery department?and prices are very moderate. Composition Books, each 5c, 10c, 15c Tablets o Special: Book of loo marked pages, line quality Globes r ink paper, 7x9\/2 inches. Bound in gray ! stand, cloth, stifi board cover for each 25c Carter s, Loose Leaf Books, 7x0 inches^ containing 50 . . . . ^ Larger si sheets paper, each 39c ? . , . r t u - i * ? Dennison I dozen of Fabers pencils _ 35c 1 dozen of Faber's Mongols Pencils v 65c fillers c. Cedar Pencils, with rubber inserted, dozen 25c ' ! Chicago Pencil Sharpener, each $1.35 "X, 'ia. Best Quality Crayons, box 10c, 15c, 20c ^ a r.?? c / , .r u u Allununin From 6 to 16 in each box. ? . School Bags, each 75c to $4.00 '"^Id p Excellent quality Waterproof Bag $1.50 Waterma Ink or Pencil Eracers, cach 5c and 10c Eversharj I i X k -----Toilet Need* That Are a Necessity | for the Healthy School Girl or Boy ie?, very good quality, i Clothes Brushes, at 49c mixed bristles, with Hat Bruahea, at 2V u 10 Ku Wood Backs, at, Tooth Brushes, at 89? $3.95 I Hand Brushes, at ? Ifc n Hal?la Haral?Mala Klaar " ?r School Children i cessories we have ever i I on to thrifty parents. M rig New School Dresses ; 98 ~fkX " 100I dresses C.A we EBm * Id be wise economy fmwi " ome with wide ?m?h rafillfrl^ arts, at $2.25 ? lue Galatea, full pleated \- ? Idies, at $2.00 o- t ^ I ]i\ 1 avy or white, hand-trim- 0 \ P ^ trimmed. All sizes. \ \ i, $3.98 to $8.98 \ new sweaters, in button I I I lodcls. Closely knit with Pi _ 11 new fall shade- 7 zes J VS ? 6 years, $3.98 t- $6.98; ./ to $8.98. is Royal?Third Floor. ? ~ Misses and Children's I School Hats . OF EXCEPTIONAL STYLE AND MERIT. FEATURED AT MODERATE PRICES. I at $3.98 1 Misses' Velvet Hat, in three styles, offthe-face, mushroom and straight sailors, ' It with embroidered crowns and accordion raB^Pi _ | pleated brims, in solid and combination colors, finished with an all-silk tassel. fflBF >; (,1 An ideal Misses' Hat. for wear with BP ft _ dresnes and coats. The colors are black * and sand, black and Copen, navy and sand j|] and nolid black, brown, and navy. Also a S?K< complete line of bright finish felt hats, ^J|pp?" \ fl) many with embroidered facings, featured - ' mi at $3.98. Children's Mushroom Hats at $2.98 JJ Made of good quality velveteen, neatly trimmed with jrrcscrain ribbon bands and bows. The colors are black, brown, navy g ^ i and sand. ? Other Hats of plush and velvets from $3.98 to $7.50, in a wide range of stycls and colors. ' I'nlnln Ko; nl?Second Floor. I Mothers who demand >niart looking, durable [j hosiery and underwear at very moderate prices will find extensive assortments at the Palais Royal. Children's School Hose, 59c Special 2 for $1 J, For Boys, in Black, Cordovan and French ribbed. Sizes 8 to \0\i. Children's line ribbed Hose tor misses and children. Sizes 6 to 9 x/i- All perfect. U, Children's $1.75 Sport Children's $1 Hose, flj Hose, $1.29 J** . . n . Ribbed \ hose with roll ri Mercerized ribbed hose, in toDg just thc thin(f for carly > attractive two-tone color com- J faii. jn black, white, rose and f] binatiens. Sizes 7 to 10. brown. Sizes 7 to SVi. _ Children's Ribbed Ho?e. Black and white. Sizes 6 to 9,2. All perfect. 3 for $1.00. Q r J ? - Sj lies are Here | i of needed items found in our sta- B f good quality Paper, each 5c to 35c f "\X$ ^ ' ' >f the World. 0 inches high on wire ' ffh'. each 75c | Stafford's, Waterman's and Signet Inks, > " I zes up lo quarts of Black, Red or Violet. I 's Paste in Tubes, each 10c V \ I .unch Boxes, each BOe g ich 3c to 50c j, 1 1 ) | k, 144 pieces to box. at 50c 1 kr tDh c Pens, doz. 10c ['S J L?J I B i Pens, will not rust, dozen 25c "i q w ed Self-Filling Fountain Pens, 14 kt. '' Ji' m N ' ? oint $1.50 ,/v r V I n's Pens, at $2.50 gr*=*\jS( U' "1 ) Pencils, each $1.00 to |5.00 j ^ |k ' I ^ ralala llojal?Mala Floor. I) " J I I w .