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fslsGch '' ? ,"T ' / ISortssate in having contract*! lor men gg? tier that 70a bare learned to tsnerzd as ^Mther Lot of Fine Made with doable 3 isle t black, white, tan and brown. Observ r =| Coa nanley // knowin & V ^ 1 f?Mn ; i leave 11c On ? r~ sp< ing and summer these gam in Jress that is the feature of th \ j&j t? The Street Dre: . ; And Simplicity S of the , The day of the street frock I pig Negligees, Quite New And Very Charming Philippine I-Iar?<l Hsda Teddy Bern Garir.enls -with shi;:;!-ic- straps orurao Sola have eajbroidery. puocb to-!; and scalloped edse.-. srent varie.y 0? designs. ?C lo ST.50. Cc~; -*ith *=.broidery arid ribbon JranT-..c. 'ilop ed edge at bottorc. 52 to ' .. -'?"->, . - ' :?f If J ill i IIUI .ri ? ^Ms .<? ec^ ' * sual favor for this almost imiv< what is more charming than a with a handsome summer fur j?lany, many styles in excel tas, fine soft Foulards, the soi over. Smartest woo jerseys and wearable, durable Georgettes, charming. S12.75. *70.75, $19.75 a wb IPriw ! Easter a I to make the foot ieolr shorter, particularly smart. Best new* of these tin usually smart models fUfiOinUt on " 'St ' '; -v.- "* :"' :-j " >S'V'yi ' - ?%' *."V* ; V'- ' " ': ' - *; * ' -- - A __ _ isiery of spring nisi mors tad mora dfSleelt to Hear*. We ait t thta oar aonssl aipBly ?d tke Button from tWn store. Silk Hose at $1-00 a Pair. ;oe, sole an<* high spliced heel, in . .?f> < . ations F ASTE The Easter parade will have as brilliant in fashion array as eve at of simple lines, one cannot resti New Art ? .-;!v!>3PO 'liliiJg CCJ UCOiiCU. Easter mora and all during the rents will bespeak the distinction e nev,- models. All prices. ss Season Opens hikes the Keynote Mode : dawns with the promise o? unusrsally becoming fashion. Indeed, smart dress of silk when worn and a graceful 'nat? [lent materials, good crisp Taffe t you want to run your fingers . serges, good crepe ae chines and ail fresh, new springlike and >, $25.00 and up. ? otwear for nd After tw footwear will very naturally oy the thoughts of the wel';ed woman during her preparafor Easter. wOl be a real pleasure for our people to show you the very some spring boots and low shoes are now on display. They are I 1 usually pleasing grace of Vine I looking 3dd boots in blaclc. tans, ! n and grey. Oxford* designed ! the arch of the instep higher, i of all. raolcrafce Ijeels ha some l Book ? ?Q VZ ?a- O f j |gg|| i nderful Array of m -m x & T oats For Women its for the street. .ts for the car. its for the Country Ch-.i its for formal wear. ,ts for the evening. ; woman who wears a coat from 's store has the satisfaction of g that she is well dressed. In quality, in value, these garments . ' * 'I - " " * - . '/'* , % '' i' ' ' v : ~ v ' t r. ~ ' / or Those 1 ,K Aff a martial spirit, vith the hosts of uniforms of our r, in seeming protest of the grimness of -.var- VVhih rain the exuberance of beautiful spring styles and < ivals Every Hour Add J o Our Easter Gathering mw? -? j if- \ Smart Easter Styles For Misses', Girls' and Children No "awkward age" is recognized in the garments for Girls too young for misses* fashions. Girls too large for children's sizes. ^ x-Prxi- lif-fl/-* rrirl| Vjins LOU grow.ii ujj mi ? Girls too childish for older girl's apparel. Girls too stout or well developed for their ages. These are the girls we care for. capably and satisfactorily with appropriate apnarel. ' > What a Lot of Boys There Are ** 9 * 1 - ? 1- ~ ? ? ?- - 1 /w We ve as dusy as uees uuuutuig uujo for Easter. The smartly cut garments with snappy patch pockets and other models like oldo*. Krnthpi-s with iiist thp m*ooer chances - I . ... k v v":.1 <!' '. ' . , Li ' Zi*~ -,.r-- LvL' '.. <2&t?s& " s ^ ' * Sossard?The Last JV Every minutest detail and need o: bought of, and correctly provided fo: rices. A woman can find a model to s > $12.00. iVho Wi >AREI men "in service.'' And it will be I 2 many women will affect approv;olors. Oniaxi out lb rui Every Line Bespeaks Distinction. Beautiful suits, many limited to i exclusiveness of just one of a kind or c or: They mirror the loveliest Paris m< els, some absolute reproductions?e< model a beauty. The materials are v< high grade. Poiret twill, serge, fine g; ardine, tricotine and jersey cloth. Sty are charming to an unusual degree. So have the very new short eton coat, sm. plainness, almost as many styles as th are garments. Styles for women 2 Misses $22.50 to $59.50. Stout worae: pecially planned for them. Scientifica Delectable B Creatio ^ InterPn ness ?* n l l Jy Hats W ~ 9 . <?| mam- i mus*lr< f hagen, And ' X five. ! up to 3 I 7 , Basement Easter Ol 5 Dozen cut glass Flower Baskets at 75c. $1.00, $3.50. Every basket ha and flower designs. \ ... + to fit the youthful figure. Norfolk, novelty suits, wash suits, blouse waists, reefers, top coats; waists, shirts, hats, caps, everything. Every boy who buys clothing to the amount of $5.00 is made a member of Hartley's American Boy Club. This includes a four month's subscription to the American Boy Magazine. If the purchase amounts to $7.50 a six month's subscription to the American Boy r.lagazme or a gocycie is given. yy *dBrakgJMS^BwB?81&fr^^5i interest wai tun J S3.5 > fi^DpgR o l rr^v?4-. ft -- ' -T'II linute Corset P the figure is carefully r. Many models, many uit very quickly at $2J)0 ' 11 Buy n can seeyre garments es- ^ lly constructed stout sizes. iliillraesy j | ^ ^ m i * eting In Harmony of Color*. Rlchlaterials and supremacy of fashion striking illustrations of Hartl?y ; of beauty and style?of materials, and in many jj with varied trimmings. ? ; of braid with facings of :tte, cleverly made ribbon hapes, trig little turbans, jom effects. colors are seasonable and pringlihe. Pearl is popul rose, sand, ptp-ple, copenArtillery red and black. trimmings are simple, btit rharming. the prices are very atfcrae- : ^3.50, $5.00, $6.50, $8 sod $2o I -??| . ,.;/ ! (three sizes) 1 K s dainty leaf 'BH X r^J,V\ - v ^,1" ' ) : jf . - .J . ? ;v^5?3? Glows 1 ! fe are in splendid readiness for the iter season. Fine, shapely, flexible gloves that fashionable women .'ftjBI it. in shades to match spring cosies and black and white. $2.00 to *1' r?r?t iftt H? ill :9! H!l ^^ I