deeply has woman enjoyed the
comfort and charm of rich furs
that she refuses to limit them to a
single season, that of winter. All
year round she wears them now,
thereby causing great consternation
in the minds of the conservative, who
are still gazing in wonder, and throw
ing up their hands in horror over the
advent of the summer fur piece.
Now that autumn is with us again,
and the first chill days bring a sharp
nip to the air, the well dressed woman
turns to her furrier expectantly for
new styles, new wraps, and is not,
disappointed. She finds prepared for
her selection a diversity of coats
and capes, so that each time of the
day finds its own fur piece, whether
milady journeys to the opera, takes
the air up on the avenue, or spends a
lively afternoon upon her skates.
For this fall, when she comes to
make a selection, she will find some
of the old favorites and some new
furs. Not, of course, that any fur is
new, but each season is sure to place
special emphasis on some one fur.
This year will see many wraps of car
acul, Hudson seal, mink and marten
will be worn and all the gray furs.
Spring brought in gray costumes,
gray shoes, gray hats. And fall will
follow with this pretty and universal-
/y becoming color in furs. Squir
rel and mole will be foremost natu
rally, and all the furs that take a gray
dye. Caracul will take gray as also'
red and white fox. The red fox dyes,
a deep blue, that resembles the ex
pensive blue fox.
Your furrier will tell you that
wraps and capes have it all their own
way. One reason for the absence of
the choker this fall is the presence of
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New Sport Coatings, Nortnandle
and Bolivia Cloth
Attractive in every- detail are these
new Coats, made of the better grade
of Coatings In such a variety of color
ings as Grey, Pekin Blue, the Autumn
Browns and the ever-popular JNavy.
Every" seam is well tailored,\the lin
ings are gay in color, and the plain
and fur trimmed models display every
new style features.
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handsome fur collars on many of the
hew suits. For this reason throws
will not be quite as popular as usual.
Fox scarfs will be worn, however, in
all of the favorite shades. Gray fox
makes a beautifully soft neck piece
as.does the taupe. And red fox is at
tractive for some costumes, also the
For Sport* Wear
One may mention one exception,
and that is a throw for sports wear.
With their usual cleverness the fur
riers have designed one or two gar
merits for skating with a charm all
their own. The throw especially is a
long cozy affairgayly striped cross
ways with gray and whitethe gray
of squirrel and the white of ermine.
The white being gathered, the whole
had an uneven shirred effect, ending
with a" lovely little ball of squirrel. A
short jacket of gray and white was
also designed for the skater.
Among the smaller capes the Span
ish influence is traceable in points
back and front. Seal is good and
Jap marten. One of the seal capes
was a cleverly designed* affair with a
straight band on each shoulder, about
three inches in width. The back is
loosely gathered onto each shoulder
band, making a graceful drape. Each
front is gathered onto the shoulder,
making two points. And as a final
touch each point ends in a ball. A
Jap marten cape boasted a very pret
ty mitred back ending in a point be
low the waist line. Two points fin
ished the front.
Some of the coats, unbelted, show
a fullness in the skirts. Others are
tight about the hem, being held to
gether in the front, with a wrapped
effect. Dolmans are good in the long
coats, sometimes with ^sleeves, some
One of the soft elegant wraps com
bine* squirrel and s,eal.' A cozy deep
collar of squirrel would shelter one's
very ears from the coJd, while the
Smart Furs, Wrap-Coats and Dresses
favor is soundly balanced by good economy in price and quality of fabric
and style Early in the market, when the great selection of Fall Apparel was at its best,
the J. C. Penney Company were1
in all the new fabrics, the varied trimmings, and the original designs.
able to secure the widest assortment of the wanted models
THE LARGEST CHAIN bEPABTtan?
STOBB ORGANIZATION IN THE WORLD
cuffs show the same note of gray
squirrel. The back is gracefully
made with a deep yoke into which
the skirt was gathered. Opera wraps
of ermine are exquisite in their dain
ty whiteness. Summer ermine is
seen, sometimes in combination with
A dolman cape made andther beau
tiful wrap of mole and squirrel. The
top was neither a cape nor a yoke,
but combined both in dainty squir
rel. To this the skirt of mole was
gathered and slashed in front, so that
one might slip one's arms through.
And this year, as if the charm of
fur were not sufficient of itself, the
designers must needs show their
ability by combining wonderful fab
rics for linings. Really one would
want to alternate, one day wearing
the coat fur side out and the next
day turning it so that the lining
shows. In fact, the well known cloud
with its silver lining has nothing on
many of the new wraps.
Linings Are Important
One of these in a wonderful Chi
nese blue crepe de chine, was spotted
with silver flowers woven into it, and
not satisfied with that, it wore a deep
band of cloth of silver all about its
hem, elaborately embroidered.
A two-toned lining of putty brown
grosgrain, with pipings of the putty
made another interesting and dur
able lining. "Wallpaper" linings, they
say, are not really good this fall.
Oh, yesone must not forge,t the
handsome dolman this two-tone lin
ing graced. It was deeply yoked of
seal. Its rich collar was a soft mink
while its cuffs showed mink with
natural tails, about four on each cuff
One of the novelties for the com
ing season is natural, pony. Its deli
cate faun shade blends prettily with
yeaver. An excellent all-around util
ity coat combined these two furs,' the
collar deep and of handsome beaver.
There are so many pretty furs, and
they are made into such good looking
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Crepe Satin, Tricotine, Charnteuse
Embroidery and beaded designs en
rich these prettiest ot Dresses while
wide or narrow girdles, trimmings of
fringe and dainty lace veatees and
collaret combine to make them more
attractive than the styles of any past
All the new colors and Black, which
Is considered the most popular for
New Smart Furs
announce the arrival and
display of the Season's most
favored Furs in both small and
large neckpieces. Furs are no
longer a one-season article -of ap
parel, but are favored for every
month of the year. Buying now,
you serve both the needs of econ
oray and good style.
Our Fall assortment of Fur
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awaits your choiceJ
styles, that they are worth the ini
tial expense. For a comfortable fur
coat will outwear a cloth one, and
there arc always the possibilities of
And this, too, is sure. It is a rare
woman to whom furs are not becom
ing. To be sure, she must carefully
select her own particular style of gar
ment and type of fur, but the result
is bound to be satisfying. Her innate
sense of appearing well dressed re
joices in the soft elegance of her ap
parel and so she will find herself a
bit more sparkling, a bit more elated,
a little more sure of herself. What
more can be asked of mere clothing?
The 'Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary society met with Mrs. P.
G. Anderson on Thursday.
Ellen, Thelma and ArnBld Trav
ers arrived, here Wednesday from
Crookston. They are visiting at the
Hans Gordon home.
Hazel Degerness, Alfred Haugea
and Beatrice Melass of Bagley visit
ed with Clara Renne Wednesday.
Conrad Paulson and Ca rl Rauk
returned from Crystal, N .D.,Wed-
Chet Bunfleld, Ben Anderson and
03car Paulson are among those who
are attending the Minnesota State
iMiss Elaine Fairchild arrived
from Duluth Saturday. She will spend
a jweek here with friends.
Carl and IMabel Rauk, Mrs. August
Jesse, Mrs. P. FJ., Bromaghin and
son Jack were Bagley visitors Sat
iMr. and Mrs. Joe Renne and chil
dren of Bagley spent Sunday here
lA.L. Gordon is taking in the state
fair at Hamline this week.
iMrs. O. 'M. Haley spent the week
end in Bemidji.
O. G. Lee of Bagley was a busi-
ness caller here last Wednesday.
Miss Olga Hannem left for Pequot
Monday where she will atend high
H. W. Teienrow left for St. Paul
Chester BlaCkman has returned to
his home at Hancock, Minn., after
spending a weeti at the J. R. Hol
IMiss Bernice Burfield commenced
a term of school in District No. 35
F. A. Noyes has, had his,residence
remodeled and also stuccoed.
iM"r. and Mfc-s. G. -JF. Scott and
Fur DesigningExclusive Models^
Furs O Distinction At Pricel You Will Be
Glad to Pay.
.w I have in stock a few Fur Coats and Fur Setsreasonably priced
designed by myself in the very latest styles.
Also several lots of Skins, in beautiful Martin, Mink, Muskrat and
Australian Opossum, which I can make up to order in any style
V-',(/ Coats, Capes or Sets.
You are welcome to come up and see all the wonderful Furs-
have one made up in any style you desiresee the Fur before it
is made upKNOW YOUR FURS!
Second FloorSecurity Bank Bldg.
Harold Searles^returned from Grey'
Harold Searles commenced a
term of sChool-in- .Moose Tuesday.
i,r. and Mrs H. W. Telchjrow,
BeVnjice andV Chester Bujffleld mo
tored to Bemidji Monday evening.
Paulson is, here from Ulen,
Minn., to visit his brother, F. Paul
Miss Cecttl Holtcn ^spent' Monday
Mrs..Jf. C. Thorp left Monday-for
Minneapolis where she will visit rel
John Desjardines, Alf Rain and
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1921
NO W OPEN F6R
Advance Showing Of
Each Day Brings Something New in All Lines
Especially is this true in the Ready-to-Wear Depart-
ment. Fall Skirts and Coats are coming in and are
Garments appropriate to every age and figure are
here and priced from 50% to 75% under last year.
THE "SUNSHINE" LABEL IS YOUR
GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION
All the new clothes for Dresses and Skirts in plain
colors, stripes and checks are here.
The much lower prices than last year will appeal to
& COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU
rit.- Si *H-f "Vi
Henry Hanson were Bemidji visitors
Mr. and Mrs.) Benjamin Thelan
and Mrs. S. Thelan left Monday for
To Clean Fur.
Take a stiff bristled hair brush and
wash. When thoroughly dry cover
with absorbent cotton. Brush the
fur gently, but firmly, always going
thd way the for lies. If the cotton be
comes soiled put another piece on.
When finished, shake the fur well to
make it stand up.
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