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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, March 16, 1928, FINAL EDITION, Manautou Section, Image 21

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ty’ Brand
and suits, embracing
cs and styles, all pop
dll be featured in thf
ent on the second
* the new Manautou store
offerings of this department will
! *Oppiied by the C. M •skeim Co.,
of New York, manufacturers ol
Quality" brand suits and coats
I Moshe^n establishment, one ol
! **iTEcst in New York City, has s
• clientele throughout the easl
•With, where the "Quality” brand
l and coats have become verj
*»r, due to the high quality,
•»t styles and the fact they ars
►Qlnrly priced. New York Csty
one of the most popular is
displays, and in all sections of
P oast and south the fame of the
PPfld has extended and the business
the manufacturers has shown a
fBljMy Increase for many years.
. Complete lines of this popular
®Pnced brand have been stocked by
SPJ* Manautou store and will be
■P*«|»play when the store opens
watorday, March 1. A special invita
K*1011 has been extended by Mr. Man
R f.aand the manufacturers to all
alley ladies to make a thorough in
jr *P*ction of the stock.
Women’s Freedom
9 * foo Rapid, Says
YORK.—(*Fb—The modern
EL: J* •tumbling over herself
her haste to be modern, but soon
r BJ®. ^lll realize that “the best way
f^H®Jstand up straight and pick
MgiCr course slowly and surely.”
HfeThat is the statement of Dona
i* ibel do Falcr.cia, leader among
§ff®men in Spain, who is in this
J?u®«7 • lecture tour. She has
ftlitli in womankind, but de
_“**»•« today and particularly
r St ,*om*p °f America are so ex
[ «t(d about having their independ
R their vote, their business jobs,
\myt #P°I!t!cal appointments, that
F., forget that they have other
linings to do also.
i ar« apt to forget that,
1^® ***’ on*y a wom®n can be a
g *r and a homemaker."
■L®*51®** ^'a*enci* sees in the fu
F tore a well-regulated woman who
ISSr1 have t*er children and also keep
Kpareast of the times intellectually
I »nd politically. She herself is re
nMBaiblo for the establishment of
*f®. *ir*t woman’s club in Spain.
F“,Ca ** now concluding its first
yS*r- The club idea has taken a
hold upon the women of her
■BPRfBf* *he says, and the movement
»* rMually spreading to cities other
Man Madrid.
Store Handles
I Hood Products
| The.wcll known Hood rubber prod
? Vets, including everything in rubber
•od jafcva footwear, will be car
f by the fX Manautou store. Corn
ice line* of these Roods have been
■leeived and will be cn display when
whc store opens.
"iK The Hood products are nationally
advertised and are gei| rally reeog
*i*ed as the best in the line, dealers
State. Supplies for the Manautou
itore are received from the southern
{iatributing house of the company
t Dallas
1 "My years of merchandising hare
proved to me that the Hood rubber
irodueta have no equal.” Mr. Manau
igou said in discussing this line. "Net
only do they maintain highest qual
ity In all products, but their heavy
•redaction permits them to offer
j&ldr products at very reasonable
fc-The factories of the Hood Rubber
Products company rank among the
largest In the world, and their prod
uct* \ra marketed in every corner of
thfef obe. being general!v recognized
avTnc standard, in that line,
Hirshfield Co.
Supply Stocks
$ Hosiery of all kinds, knit under
!ir and sweaters for the Manautou
re were purchased through J. B.
shfield & Co., Incorporated, mill
nts and commission merchants of
w York, who are the New York
resentatives in those lines for a
g liae of Southern and Western
'he Hirshfield firm was estab
iej several year* ago and is now
resenting hundreds of the coun
s largest stores. They maintain
tact only with the knit under
ir. sweaters and hosiery mills of
t%e Eastern seaboard, specializing in
ihf5C lines nnd supplying a large
lyadr. As buyers for the E. Manau
tcu store they will keep the Browns
ville establishment constantly sup
plied with the latest goods in these
Selection of frocks for these depart
ments of the Manautou store was
parted several months ago, and the
(fjtt&y placed on display includes
King and summer sweaters of the
Jpeit approved design, spring and
Simmer underwear and a complete
floe of the lateat in hosiery.
Latest in Luggage
# Is Being Displayed
Every automobile owner, traveler,
tourist or vacationist will find the
Wgage department of the new
ganautou store replete with inter
St, The stock embraces almost ev
tov type of trunk, bag, suitcase or
»*rdrobe. adapted for either auto
mobile or railroad travel, or as an
accessory in the home.
The entire line displayed in the
Wgage department of the Manau- j
tan store is the product of the
Sickert A Meisel Trunk Co., of St
Sis, the largest trunk, bag and
3Jt?ase manufacturers in the west. !
Purchases for the store were made
Mrrn from the manufacturers, as
« vine reasonable prices.
* The Heckert A Meisel line repre
sents the latest and most approved
Kdels. They provide a trunk, suit
" e or wardrobe to fill every pos
gfcie want, and practically all of
2L«. models may be seen among the
displayed in this department
If tbs new store.
iJfDON — Robert Leyland. aged
i permitted by court to marry,
his mother forbade the cere
Beiges Predominate in Colors
For Spring Shoes and Hosiery / ,
Fashion Expert for Central Press and
The Herald
There is a saying that a woman
is no better dresed than her feet,
even though she be draped in sables.
This is truer today than it ever was.
Since we have broken away from the
staple blacks and tans and white,
I'hoes are playing such an important
role in the ensemble they are really
entitled to first consideration. Press
ing from the feet up is a good slogan
to go by. Unless the shoe! and
stockings are in perfect harmony
with the ensemble, the whole cos
tume is thrown out of tune.
The new shoe and stocking colors
for spring have been selected to har
monize with the new fabric colors
to so great an extent that, with the
possible exception of the grays, they
can bs worn with almost any color
in perfect taste. As biege is the
leading shade for frocks and en
sembles, and ten of the new hosiery
colors belong to the l iege family. In
other words, about three-fourths of
all the new shoe and hosiery colors,
are beiges.
Basic Colors In Hosiery
In hosiery the basic colors are
white jade, kasha beige, both
■lightly grayed in tone; tawny,
which is a little more on the tan;
honey beige, rose nude, tansan, a
tone darker than honey beige; san
dalwood, a somewhat deeper rose
beige; misty morn, a slightly mauve
shade, and marron glace, which be
longs in the class with the brownish
beige; grege and metallique, which
belong in the class with the grave.
Metallique is a shade that simulates
antique metal with a bronze tinge.
With the beige frock or ensemble,
deepening from the natural to the
light brown, any of the beige kid
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shoes and beige stockings may be
worn. The photographs illustrate in
teresting shoes of the type in vogue
for spring and summer, photograph
ed with their corresponding or har
moniaing hose.
New Oxford
At the upper left is one of the
new oxfords developed in black kid.
lizard trimmed, worn with grege
stockings in harmony with the
black costume. At the upper right
is an unusual white kid shoe trim
med with red, suitable for wear with
the printed silk that has a bit of
red in it. and sunburn hose. A beige
pump that is especially good with
the beige frock and sunburn hose is
shown at the lower left. It is of
rose blush and marron glace kid,
giving a delightful compose of beige
and brown with the slightly rose
tint. The lower right photo shows
a model in dark blue kid trimmed
with gray lizard, suitable for wear
with the gray or navy blue costume, p
with grege, metallique, kasha beige fl
or sunburn hose.
The photo in the center is of one E
of the new diagonally striped sports p
flannel coats that have made their |g
debut at Palm Beach, and are es- rS
penally good with white kid shoes |
and sunburn hose. The sunburn H
hose, by the way, is being worn even §
for eevning, at Palm Beach.
—. — .
1,700 BRICKS IN 10 HOl'RS
SHEFFIELD, Eng.—Ernest Boore I
broke all English records by laying p
1,700 bricks in ten hours.
COWES, Enjr.—Convicts In Park- p
hurst Prison are being trained for pi
the formation of an orchestra.
j Congratulations II
II i
Mr. Manautou is to be
congratulated on the
opening of his magni
ficent new establish
ment, which stands as
a monument to him
self, Brownsville and
the entire Lower Rio
* Grande Yalley.
State National Bank
"'r ■ .. . A”8s1W ! . * .;.^.'ri3K«SflWK!Shni* .-«!•
The Builders
are proud of the fact that we
executed the general contract
for the new Manautou store,
which we consider one of the
finest structures of its purpose
and size in the country.
The Manautou building Is not
just “another job”, but a splen
did structure in which are in
corporated our best efforts
coupled with enduring ma
I 111 Other Contracts
I recently completed
in South Texan
Brownsville Presteby
terian Church
| I Hidalgo County Bank,
| I $125,000 Elks Building,
*1P «,
701-2 Builders A A MD A \T V
Exchange Building JLYXi XjLJL ll X !f:.

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