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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, December 06, 1918, Image 7

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FIFTH AVENUE—PINK STREET SIXTH AVENUE
A Featured Offering of
Smart Holiday Blouses
at $7.50
A NEW purchase, featured for Saturday at an especially attractive price, and
** comprising no Blouses in all—
Of Georgette Crepe, in Flesh, White, Navy and Taupe
—ten distinctive models, with modish bead and embroidery trimmings in hand
some combination colorings. Appropriate Blouses to grace informal Holiday
affairs, or for Christmas presentation. All regular sizes in the collection, but
no one style in all sizes.
—exceptionally interesting values at $7.50. n.»r
New
Buckle-trimmed
Pumps, $7.00
(As Picturtd)
TRIMLY slender are
these smart new
Pumps of patent coltskin.
ornamented with oval steel
beaded buckle. The French
heels are 2'n inches high.
Flexible, turned soles. A
model that may be appro
priately worn with or with
out spats.
Price 97.00 pair.
—rtr»t Floor.
Women's
Gloves
In Worthy Gift Qualities
SLIP-ON French Glace
Kid Gloves with con
trasting embroidery on
Black, White, Champagne,
Mode, Tan and Gray, $4.50
pair.
Two-clasp French Glace
Kid Gloves with novelty
crochet stitching and
pique sewn seams, in
Black, White, Cham
pagne, Tan, Brown and
Gray, $3.50 pair,
Two-clanp Washable French
Glace Kid Gloves with
pique seams and self or
black stitching on Cham
pagne and White, $3.00
pair.
French Glace Kid Gloves
in two-clasp style, with
pique seams and two
tone embroidery, in
Black. White, Cham
pagne, Tan, Brown,
Gray, Navy and Green,
$3.00 pair, —firm floor.
Silk Stockings
are always well repre
sented in the well-stocked
Hosiery Section. Here are
Stockings as appropriate
for personal use as for
gifts:
SII.K IITOCKINttg with French
hand-drawn clocking*. In wnokf,
•liver, Cordovan brown, Itua
"l* '-a If. Mr*, Mark anfl
white. 13 r,o pair.
BILK (TOCKINO* WITH
triplk htrand c.uh:k
INOS of hand embroidery,
hU< k on white an<l white on
black, $4 s<) [^r
h'l r*t Floor.
Beautiful Ribbons for
Every Holiday Purpose
—and Ribbons help so
much toward an ornamcn
tal Christmas—are shown ©L MM?
in infinite variety of colors, ™
widths and prices. fT £1 •?'
PLAIN, RICH SATINS are |ji , Wjj f
shown, from baby width 4
to sash ribbons, and there are t**! rw •*
plain Taffetas and Moire effects, | 1 ,
Stripes, Warp-prints and Dresden _ *
designs for hair bows and fanr
work. Fine novelty Block* ar.J
Plaids, so useful for many a Christmas purpose,
are ihwn in various widths.
NEW TIE-UP RIBBON'S feature the design of the
good-luck French children, Ninette and Rintintin.
Widths from '«-inch to inches, 90< to 91.80
bolt.
NEW RIBBONS FOR THE MAKING OF CHRIST
MAS BAGS are shown in a variety of new patterns
in silver on black, gold on black, and in floral pat
terns. $-1.75 yard.
TAPESTRY RIBBONS in soft colorings, blues, tans,
greens and rose shades, 614 inches wide, 75c yard.
In purples, blues and greens, 6<4 inches wide, $1.50
yard.
In purple and rose on blue, 9 inches wide, $2.75
yard.
Little Ribbon Gifts
give a real holiday atmosphere at the "littlest" cost,
and are easily tucked into packages or even into
letters.
VANITY BAGS in pink, blue, rose, yellow, Copen
hagen blue or lavender, with mirror and powder
puff, 25c, 55c, 50c, 65c and 75c.
FOR BABY'S BONNET there are ribl>on Rosettes in
pink or blue and in combinations of pink and blue,
50c pair.
SIX LITTLE SATIN SQUARES make a fragrant
Sachet, 50c set. —-first floor.
An Appropriate Dress
for Every Occasion
is insured when the little /^r s >
tfirl and her mother visit (/■
the Juniors' Section. This jtfjLjr
is the little {rills' own part A*!-*
of our bijf store; here there /,
are Dresses especially de- /jfiL
sifirned to become childish, \7
yet rapidly ffrowing-up, Jj '
KOH A DRBHB THAT BUB CAN
WKAR TO BCHOOt. HAT
AFTBR DAY. there arc Blille • J \ U
Burke* and the ever popular • "» j 1 Jr"
Peter Thompson* a* well a* *"1 M
Navy grrfta In *a*hed and [„ —~~J (
white collarfd atylea. Mze* « " \
to 14, 110 00 to $35.00.
FOR HPKOIAT, OCCASIONS the mate rial* nre Taffeta*, Rurnh
*llkt, Velveteen* and Bllk-and-Velvet combination* In modeia to
berome almoHt ajiy little trlrl, in the*e color* ro*e, navy.
Pekln-blue, brown, cadet blue, tan and plaid*. .Size* « to 14,
Sl3 r>o to $.17.50.
FOR PARTY WBAR there are T)rc**e« to plcn*e the moot frill
loving little *lrl a* well a* the little girl who like* tucking*,
fir-orgette*. net*. lingerie effecta, and chiffon cloth ornamented
with ruffle*, plaiting*, amockinga and lace*. Combination* <•(
Hatln with (ieorgette or chiffon are much Uaed for little girl*.
Hlie* <1 to 14, $9.50 to $37 60. —Second Kloor.
rilK SEATTLE STAR FRIDAY, DECEMBER fi, 191*
MORNING SHOPPING
BRINGS THE BEST
RESULTS
The Revival of the Jabot
—that charmingly l>ecominß and most convenient
addition to a very plain blouse—is a real Christmas
jrivinff opportunity, for whatever else she might put
hack in the box and lay away, she will be sure to put
on a new Jabot and wear it right down town.
These Jabot* pictured are typical of late arrivals;
sheer net combined with hand embroidery and laces,
fine tucks and folds, in the more extreme styles
(which are extremely effective, surely) black satin is
combined with filmy lace.
PLAIN NET STOCK-JABOTS in several styles. $l.OO.
MORE ELABORTE NET JABOTS, hand embroid
ered, and filet-patterned lace Jabots, $1.50,
FILET LACE IS USED ON EDGES and in inserts
in hand-embroidered net Jabots, featured at $2.25,
$2,75, |8.75 and $4.76.
THE EFFECTIVE BLACK SATIN STOCK is seen in
models at $4.75,
IRISH CROCHET EDGES AS WELL AS FILET
LACES Hre used in exclusive models in Jabots at
$7.50, si). 00, $10.50 and $15.00. -r.r.t n«>r.
STO^E
Women's Silk Stockings
$1.50 Pair
THE trood quality silk in these Stockings insure
lonjr life for them, and they are reinforced with
lisle heel, sole and toe and wide hemmed top. In
black and white, sizes 9 to 10'j. *1.50 pair.
WOMEN'S SILK-LISLE STOCKINGS in fine-ribbed
weave, with double heel, sole nnd toe. sires to
10, 40< pair. the basement stoiie.
Black Silk Umbrellas
$5.00
IN the ease of Umbrellas, it is safe to choose black
when in doubt as to what color would prove most
suitable.
These have serviceable black silk covering: on R-rib
frame, with wood handles and loop. 95.00.
THE UAHEMKNT BTOIIE
Girls' Fur Sets
$2.00 to $16.50
BECAUSE a little jrirl likes presents that she can
"put right on" she will just "dance with joy"
when she finds a little Fur Set under the Christmas
tree. Both round and flat Muffs are matched with
cosy Neckpieces in round collar or stole style, making
a very usefully comfortable gift for the little girl.
In these furs:
Sheared Coney, Blended Squirrel, Muskrat,
Imitation Krmine, Oposwum, Dyed Rabbit,
Beaver and Iceland Fox.
Prices—s2.oo, $3.50, $4.50 and $5.00 to $16.50.
THE IIAKEMENT STORE
Women's
Gift Handkerchiefs
Tastefully Boxed
ALL ready to present are these dainty Handker
chiefs, so deftly arranged in Christmas boxes:
Women's Handkerchiefs
of soft lawn, with white
or colored embroidery,
hemstitched edges or
colored cord edging.
Ijox of 2 or 3, 25c.
Women's Handkerchiefs
with corner designs in
white or colored em
broidery and hem
stitched edges; in floral
or scenic - patterned
(>oxes, 2 or 3 for 35c.
Women's Initialed Hand
kerchiefs with white or
colored letter, box or 3,
35c, 50c and 65c.
Women's Initialed Hand
kerchiefs of soft lawn
with hemstitched edges,
7'/jc each; 75c dozen.
Dainty White I Jiwn
Handkerchiefs, well
embroidered and at
tractively l)oxed; 3 in
box for 45c.
Women's Kmhroidered
and Novelty Handker
chiefs of soft lawn,
with hemstitched or
roll edges, and colored
or white embroidery,
10c and 121/fec.
Children's Handkerchiefs
patterned with flowers,
animals and figures, in
nursery - rhyme and
comic boxes. 2 or 3 in
box, at 10c, 15c and
25c.
THE HASKMKNT HTORE
frrherirk anaTlel^oa
BUSINESS HOURS—9 TO !>
[HE. hfISEMENT NTORE!
Just Placed on Display
A New Collection of Satin Hats
$4.00 and $6.50
Tp UR trimming in (he form of bands, pompons yv
and bows contrasts smartly with the smooth /'■
satin in these Hats, and models with wool and : . "^\
chenille embroidery, metallic stitching and flat j • \'lk J--" '
applique ornaments are just as appealing. r 4 }
Featured in
Mole-color Brown Beige Black •w— /
with many new ideas expressed in their shapes. \
The Black Satin Hat Sketched—with upturned brim chenille-embroid
cred unci soft crown daftly corded— —tub
Good-looking All-purpose Coats
514.85 and $18.75
/ / ' make an interesting display in the
/ t.v Basement Store, and will offer de
f JBUjpf •• ''Rhtful choosing for women who
/ v) come Coat-hunting Saturday.
I / )P!\| NA * They are well-tailored from
fitl 1 1 Wltil.y'jV^ e ' our Zibeline Diagonal Coating
J/f T~|l Kenc y Coating Mingled Corduroy
a^vanccc ' styles, half- and full
iVT * ''-til 'il lined styles, with large collars of self
yi L'■ i f 'W/ g'<l //' material or plush—in Navy, Brown,
f-J Phlm' '' Burgundy* Gray and Two-tone ef
f j, Some of these Coats were for
-np^— merly in higher-priced groups, and
7JT \a all are excellent values at $14.85 and
Vi \ $18.75. -THF. jpASKMWrr rrOBB.
Good
Stout Shoes
for rainy - weather wear
should be a part of every
boy's winter equipment
—for boys must be out
doors every day.
BOTH - AND YOUTHS' TAN
HIDH Ct'T SHOES wllh burklr
nt top. 11 to ISS. 13 00;
1 to <J. $3 50 pair.
IM )YB* AND YOITHS' fIVS
MKTA L CALF LACK BHOEB,
with heavy Rolen, «lW* 11 to
MS, $2 50 pair; 1 to 6. S3 00
pair.
MIBHKS* AND niII.PRKN'H
TAN CALF LACK BIIORS In
high-rut style. made on broad
toe la*t, h\7.p* k S to 11. $4 00.
11H to 2. $4 50 pair.
MIBBKS' AN D CHILDREN'S
IU TTON SHOKH of gun mrtal
calf and Mark vlcl kid; broad
to* atylr, hleoh to 11. $2.50
pair; 11 S to 2. $.lOO pair.
-THU HASI;MI:NT htoiu:.
House Slippers
$2.95
THESE Slippers are in a
mannish effect which
will appeal to men—of tan
vici kid, in Romeo style,
with heavy, flexible soles.
Sizes 6 to 11. pair.
—TIIK HASKMKNT STORK.
An Exceptional Saturday Offering:
54-inch Winter Coatings
Reduced to $2.95 Yard
AN exceptionally low price for Coatings so desir
able from every standpoi.it. There are a num
ber of novelty weaves to choose from, in plain
colors—
Blue. Green. Purple. Brown and Black
among others, also tasteful mixtures and striped
effects.
Fifty-four inches wide, $2.95 yard.
—THE HABKMKNT STORE.
Gift Neckwear, 50c
DAINTY gift with a personal thought,
fwM is the gift of a good-looking Neckpiece.
I J j% At 50c, the Basement Store is fea
turing Collars of Satin, Organdie,
V hjj.S/bud Pique and Filet-pattern laces in roll,
square, round and flat styles, with lace
trimming and embroidery. Collar and Cuff Sets are
also included at this price. —the basement store.
Gifts of
Correspondence Stationery
A BOX of attractive Stationery will renew interest
in letter-writing, and make a much-appreciated
Gift:
Southland Linen, one
quire box, 25c.
Weymouth Stationery, in
dove-gray, with long,
narrow envelopes, 35c
box.
(■ilt - initialed Stationery,
35c box.
Gilt-initialed Correspond
ence Cards, 35c box.
For Misses* use. Madam
Butterfly Stationery, at
25c box.
Women's Gloves, $1.25 Pair
SI ( II serviceable Gloves as these are always wel
comed as gifts. They have fancy stitching on
backs, and offer choice of black, white and pearl
gray, pair. —the nahement store.
"Cluny" I .awn Stationery
with long, narrow en
velopes, with blue edge
and gilt initial, 50c
box.
Juvenile Stationery in
floral-patterned box, at
15c.
Kraft lawn Linen Station
ery in tints of blue,
pink and buff, jus well
as white, 35c box.
—Till': BASEMENT STORE.
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