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Harrisburg telegraph. [volume] (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, June 03, 1916, Image 9

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[ Established 1861 | WANAMAKER'S | WANAMAKER'S | Philadelphia, Penna. I WANAMAKER'S | WANAMAKER'S London Ind ParU
Fashions by Parcel Post from the Wanamaker Store
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If You Would Like a Trip to Our Store and I E-600. The very smartest of St)OrtS I
9 T r T n ' T~» / v T/ afternoon frocks is this model, ™ fxppurcl
Lan t Come, Let Us Bring a Part of It to You r se s 7 IS Touches the Summer |
OSH BILLINGS was right about the postage stamp, but it does more I and the collar, tie, cuffs and
J though than deliver the letter—it brings, in this case, the Wanamaker ZZLit . fills®
L_ Store service to your front door, whether you live a mile or a thousand attractive dress for afternoon
i i miles away wear and one which will'be j
We print here some of the fashion news and merchandise news from "Store sizes 34 to 40. Price sls. JmX
and Home" —the book that tells of Wanamaker merchandise which may be I,ukrdoooun
sent by mail. If you are interested, won't you send your name and address to E - <501 ; The general needs of
the Mail Order Bureau, Wanamaker Store Philadelphia, and "Store and Home," m« a ?rth"modXwhich r I
with its interesting fashion notes and news of the Store, will be sent to yOU I combination of plain and m-' 1 >'M lift
. f . f * a 3 . striped pongee. The skirt, belt. MNffii fill Eyl I JeaMfVi WOBaMBk
from time to time. * cuffs, collar and tie are of green t'm\ J \ J^lT^
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WITH the warm winds of summer and the long, lazy days, j / »
comes the thought of the summer outing to the sea- \ V *
shore, mountains, or perchance a longer trip on the V Paquin TJ7- 9 C 7 * 1 ' Tin fij. 7
water. Intruding upon the plans of where to go is the ever insist- rfgk \ - WOtfiefl S O tlOeS Ul I^(J5 fllOtlCl U SUfJlhlier utVleS
ent question of clothes, and how to plan the wardrobe, so that JjMr r ANVIN features the basque in
without being overburdened with too great an amount of lug- I a number of styles, two of Smart Colonial Pumps and Servt'ceab/e Oxford Ties
gage, it will answer the requirements and the many needs of \t?A which are shown here. The
travel, sports and general wear. To be well equipped for these s* JV model in the centre with its quaintly
various needs it is a wise plan for the woman of limited income /Yvl.jf-A . pointed basque, is reminiscent of , , IMfrv
to have several inexpensive and simple gowns, rather than fewer the Second Kmpire. while in the lit- I 1 • I
elaborate and costly ones. Summer, gayety tie frock on the right we find notes sis' \
models, with the mode ''la feminin.'' foAhe
blue or black, while others are of the old-fashioned basket weave! O IE-2900—54I E-2900—54 E-2901—53 E-2902—55 E-2903—53 E-2904—54
which is in favor again. For the woman who is looking for fMf 'f f fjJ
something unusual is a model of Chinese grass straw with trim /Ilk E-2908—Women's white canvas tongue pumps, with white leather E - 2906 —W
ming of tiny flowers embroickred in worsted ; and to vie with the solescovered Cuban Loins heels. Very smart and attractive style. E-2905 IK.
u t Uofce *V,« I «uu iu vie wiin tne 1 \\ Sizes to 8. Widths AA to D. Price $4 pair. Packed 26 ounces. $4 ft *7l
chiffon leghorns, with top and crown of \V E-2909—Women's strap sandals,
' tijfii E-2910—Women's dull black calfskin blucher oxfords, with four f
jj/f eyelets, welted soles, Cuban leather heels. Sizes 254 to 8. Widths f
y f '.) E-2911—Women's tan - ■
®".29 12 —Wornen's_ soft kid
stripes forming wide stripes. It is made attractively Jenny Lanvin AA to D. Price $5 pair. Packed 27 , tongue pumps with
with wide hemstitched white lawn stole collar, vest and turn-back cuffs. A wide ribbon ounc «- i buckle to match, Cuban
«ET. belt and silk cord lacing make an unusually effective finish to the waist. The full skirt E-2914—Women's Washington tongue Louis leather heela.
W has two wide tucks above the hem. Can be had in gold-and-white ereen-and-white pumps, with welted and stitched soles, • - y ,k W welted soles. Also ta
r Sizes 14 to 20 years. Price $6. Packed 20 ounces.
E-5202. Exceptionally pretty dress of Shantung pongee, tftade with 11 lII| II | \ | ho,e ties ' turned 8oles » Cuban leather heels. Also F
pleats fall to the bottom of the skirt, forming a panel in the centre. Widths AA to E. Price $4 pair. Packed 28 ouncoi. W
broidered in Delft blue. Sizes 14 to 20 years. Price $13.75 if j m canvas and having full round toes, welted
t> • « ■**> E-1201 $9 ®7 p 5202 6oles and low flat heels. Sizes 254 to 8. Widths
Packed 32 ounces. * .<2Ol-59 £7 E-52M E-2917-$3.5Q ~ AA to E. Price $3.50 pair. Packed 32 ounce,.
Address all orders for Merchandise to John Wanamaker Philadelphia
SATURDAY 'EVENING/
HXRRE3BURG TELEGRAPH
JUNE 3, 1916.

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