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EVflNISTCr LEDn-ERPHTTJABTPTrrA-. FRTBAY, FEBBTTARY 5, OTS:
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Bothe Dramatic Kdllor ot Uio Even
I 6IfHavo you .pace, for a teller from
" nrklnC man wno niiua ma uuuhh
lnwllrf I" " Pfty n" ?n vl0,w ,lr,ro!
U.V..itf nriernoon I bcgRed a few
'hSrt off for Ilttl0 PMUr- The
M0IX .- - viplmm calumny hurled
'fi ,i mv calling by a gentleman
IWd Leo Dltrlchsteln, who pretends
ht ho lost an arm In the war and
Sim TOs forced to -work his way to
America as a stoker. Mr. Dltrlch
,m may wy ho la only appearing
f ' . ninv. Ito may oven explain that
Lll this happens In what Is supposed
fio bo a dream. That makes no dlf-
Ver stoked with ono hand not oven
In the most frivolous moments of
ft tlOKenOlO DUiiiimBC.
Ha The waienront cries ior an ujiuiuhj.
K JOHN APPIiEJOIIN.
ft Philadelphia, February 4.
Undoubtedly Mr. uiiricnsxem aim .
&...... hnvo a crushing reply ready.
I mlht take the form of an answer from
iil. iroducer that bo is about to dlBcard
Kih nwttculous realism on which ho roso
F X fame. Doesn't a lino In "The Phnn
item nival" distinctly explain that "put
?tln ft telephone on tho stafio and tooting
liaauto horn outsldo doesn't moko a mod
ci rti what a notent suBsestlon of a whole
llobstcr palaco tho producer of "Tho Phan-
' Coming to the Lyric in "Dancing
torn Rival" has accomplished In tho lim
ited spaco of his first act Betting'. The,
nails show merely a corner of tho dining
room, but through tho glass of tho swing
ing floor, another wall or itwo. an Indirect
chandelier and clevorlv nlacml mnsln rrlvo
the Impression of a busy hostelry just
tvn a half-dozen of them, to such rcal-
'a. V-nm Tia T.Hlrt Thontra
Jf 'The Critic" ends its New York engage-
rjem tomorrow mgni ana on luonuay ino
Kittle Theatro hero reopens with a doublo
bUl from tho one-tlmo pariah who Is now
; England's most popular playwright,
George Bernard Shaw. It will Include his
.. amusing and polished trlflo, "Tho Dark
-laiy of tho Sonnets," In which Shakes-
' 'HPHT nnrl TiMynhfifrh rfTipnnnrr nnA nn.
ether, as well as "Tho Admirable Bash
For a time Mr. Iden Payne will bo ob
teht, superintending the production of a
triple bill for tho Modern Drama Players,
: shortly to appear In Boston. Tljo com
pany at tho Little Theatro will 'be aug
mented by Robert Dempster and Fred
Eric, both experienced and export In ro
tnsntlc and modern drama; later In the
ae&son Edith Wynne Mathlson will Join
the, company, while giving a series of
amines recitals with her husband,
Charles Rann Kennedy. Charlotte
v Walker alsp may he seen at tho Little
5 "Sflr" before tho season Is out.
"Rlchilan Poor Man," by Porter Emer-t
m Browne, tho first American play of
t w year at the Little Theatre, will bo
bgreaucea mere on Washington's Birthday.
t The Juxtaposition of Ibsen'n "Wild linr-lc"
and Tchekoft's "Sea Gull." noon tn h
acted there, recalls tho historic occasion
hen "Thfl ITnm Ti- fnllnn. "I!..
Plve Frankforters" at ono of the thea
tres of classic Boston. x
ABO Second Of thfi lAnturAA nn Aramn
lit the Little Theatro will bo given next
Tpssday at 3. Alfred H. Brown will foiu
Jen The Wit and Satire of Shaw."
M Jolson's Diary
According to tha nresa airent who la
Hwaya very free with tho facta when
ten daja ahead"-Al Jolson keens a
'Ury, At any rata ho kent it on
fmtierland ono day: ,
fiSwltzerland l n ,i nm nnn
??Hf ,oaJeo down with Alps. Bought
illtua green hat yesterday with a dis
appointed fiulnea-hen feather Btuckr In the
band. Don't know why tho Bwltiers are
bo fond of guinea feathers, unless It Is
that they live on the border of Italy.
Also bought a pair of B. V. D. green
velvet pants. They were evidently made
f0,r n very short man, for tho bottom
pf tho legs stopped six Inches nbovo my
knees. This loft a foot of bare leg (that's
n. good Joke, I must not forget that foot
of baro log) between tho bottom of my
pants and tho top of my socks.
Took my first lesson In jodcllng today.
It Is very simple. Ono takes a glass of
water, starts to swallow, and then gargles
whllo tho liquid Is still in one's throat.
It gao mo a great Idea for tho now Win
Mf. V,Hrdon Bbow. I will havo myself
billed as "Tho Gargling Jolson"-a sort of
cough syrup act. Before starting up the
Alps ona always yodels a few times,
when tho monks on tho mountains hear
It they let looso the St, Bernard dogs,
for Kthcy know thcro is a green American
on tho trail who is opt to get snowed
Tho main Industries In Switzerland are
cneesc, chocolate and watches. I fell for
a natch about tho size of a quarter and
worth less. I bought It In a placo called
Berno.-. A pat namo, for every tourist
wno ouya a watch thero gets burned.
(Bum Joke, not good enough for "Dan
cing Around.") Coasted down tho moun
tains into Italy.
Nobody would expect Bostonlans to bo
edified, In their senso of tho word, at the
now revuo called "What's Going On?"
which cropped up thero this week. But
they weren't oven amused. Tho thing
has a plot by William H. Clifford. After
that fatal mistake, no amount of allusions
to topical matters could porsuado tho
audiences that they wero being diverted
by a real revue. Tho Boston Transcript
calls tho mjislo of William Lorralno and
Josephlno lftmsen somonhat reminiscent.
But no ono cohld deny the amusing labors
ot noy Atwoll.
Now York's hotel for tho unemployed
seoms to havo Inspired tho American
producer of "Dor Juxbaron" to translato
tho tltlo of tho German operotta as
"Baron do Gink." , Tho muslo is by
Walter Kells. A number of unfortunato
natlvo composers will doubtless ba al
lowed to harbor tho notion that thoy can
improvo parts of It.
With "The Children of Earth" not do
ing half so wall as It deserves, WInthrop
Ames will produco no moro pieces this
season. Consequently "Otto IX," a play
by Mary Roborts Illnohart, will bo held
over till fall
1 SiL2Kt3. 1
ADELPHI "The Third Party." with Taylor
Holmes and Walter Jones. A bolaterous
farce of tha familiar triangular variety with
a patent chaperon. Violent but amus
IHIOAD "The Phantom Illtal," with Leo
Ditrichstein and LauraJIope Crown David
Uclasco'H production of rercne Molnars com
edy of a wife who dreamn ot the return of
a former lover aa a great vorloty of Inter
esting men, and then finds tho reality pro
sale Thoroughly entertaining 6 IB
roitrtEST "Iho Girl from Utah." with
Julia Bandernon, Donald Brian and Joseph
Cnwthorn. Paul Ituben'a Engllah musical
comedy of Mormons, old and young1. In Lon
don. Book and muslo of unecn alue, noma
tlmei ery good. Indeed. Performance ex
cellent 6 1.1
OA11IUCK "The High Coat of Loving," with
Lew Fields, the German comedian. In a
Btraltht" farco, which deals with sundry
mlddel-agcd gentlemen who find themsolvei
all paying blackmail to tho same woman for
a "past" which never existed. First act du
bloua; after that, amusing 8 15
KKITH'S Blanche Walsh In "The Woman
in thn Caae." the I'lorcntlne Slnacra ami
a good bill 2 00 and 8 00
LY1UC urumpy, wim uyru Aiauae, the
best of English comedians, In a detoctlve
play of Huspenaa and amusement, which nar
rates the exploits at SO of an old criminal
lawyer. An ami sing and engrossing play,
vitalized by a singularly skilful piece of
WALNUT "Damaged Goods," with same cast
that acted Brleux's powerful drama here
earlier this season ( 8.15
WHAT'S DOING TONIGHT
Rltz-Carlton ,Employcs 'Annual Ball. Eagles'
uroaq ana opring uaraen nireeis.
Billy" Sunday sermon, tabernacle, luth and
sts. College of Pharmacy. Free.
Philosophical Society, lot South Sth street.
South Philadelphia Advancement 'Asaocla-
Marines "debate. Philadelphia Navy Yard
Y. M. O. A. Free.
Play, "A Kentucky Belle." Presbyterian
League, Frankford Avenue Presbyterian,
Banquet Pennsylvania Bankers' Association,
Bellevue-Stratfordi 7 o'clock.
Commencement, School of Pedagogy, Central
High School: 8 o'clock.
Lecture, "Samoa Hurricane." John II.
Westfall, Wlthersnoon Hall: 8 o'clock.
Aero Club. Bellevuo.tratford! 8 o-clock.
Transit discussion. Business Science Club,
Hotel Adelphta; 0.30 o'clock. ..
Lecture, 'The Tragedy ot the Nation." Dr.
OeorVe L. Porter. Drexel Institute: S o'clock.
Banquet, nensselaer Polytechnic, Institute
alumni. Bellevue-Stratford: 7 o'clock.
Dinner, American . M Society- pf Marine
Draughtsmen, Hotel Adelphta: 7 o'clock.
American Philosophical Society. 104 South
Bth .trut! 8 o'clock.
THK C. L'LLWOOD CARPENTER STUDIO.
1123 Chestnut street 12 experienced Instruo
t , rtllv. from 10 A. M. We speclallie the
one-step, hesitation, fox trot, la Ruese,
ancello; Roull Roull. Both phones.
RODBPH BIEALOM (Seek Peacel-Servleej
Saturday. 10 m. southeast corner Broad
and M. Vernon streets. "The Call to the.
Children." by Rabbi Henry Berkowltr. All
SELECT PHOTOPLAY THEATRE
TODAY'R . -rTv a t SUBJECT
iFEATUBEg iwLliiiNJJJK TO CHANQH
: TIOGA THEATRE IVnst..
r uatlnee at ii30. Efenlnxs at fltIS A 0 o'OUt.
ROnERT HIH-JARD'H Greatest ; Saeeest
a cnni. THPRE WAS"
lir Porter Emerson llrowne
Hpeclal Concerts by the Tioga Symphony orcnesira
AS YE SOW. With Alice Brady
AS A MAN SOWS
IkPERMANTOWN THEATRE CAMEO KIRBY
icrmantown Ave. and School Lane pMhirTnw Diutin FaTnum
etoted to I'ARAMOUNT VIOTUIIES realunng uiuun umui
1 the famon. llViJJ-inn..Pln- 0,rin. Booked Thro tho Stanley Hooking C.
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RUNAWAY JUNE No. 2
A Keystone, with
"Fatty" and "Mabel"
bel. graver's Lane
THE STORMS OF UFE
The Woman Without a Heart
WAGES OF SIN
THE WOMAN HE WRONGED
Avenue ISth St. and
Theatre Itldge Ave-
ZUDORA No. S
TirANHOCSEK'B ORBATEST PH0T?5fiAT
ZUUOUA IN taa
PE-EB y. OLE.NN. UpreaUUe. 0J BILBEBU BXBEET
COHINO ATTBAOTION BATDItADt
im SX1 CABIRIA AU-Slar Cast
Tho Carr family of photoplayera receiving: stage directions from
Colonel Smiley, of the Lubin Company.
BRITAIN BUILDS DIRIGIBLES
TO COMBAT ZEPPELINS
Supervisor of Now Air Craft Now in
NEW YORK, Feb. 6.-Much after th
mnnnor In which tho torpedoboat de
stroyer was dovoloped after tho torpedo
boat had becomo a recognized arm of
tho navy, bo England Is busy preparing
a fleet of Zeppelin destroyers, according
to T. U. MacMochon, who arrived 'in
Now York last night on board tho Adrl
atlc, of tho Wlilto Star Lino, for a few
days' stop before returning to England
whero ho Is supervising tho work ot their
Ho Bald that thess now vessels wero
balloons of tho dirigible typo, about 130
feot long and SO feet In diameter." They
aro capable of oxtremely high speed and
carry a vory small crew. Instead of being
armed with light rapid tiring guna they
havo torpedo tubes. Tho general Idea of
their maneuvering Is to ascend to a height
far nbovo a marauding Zeppelin and then
flro tho torpedoes down upon It Flvo of
theso destroyers ara now building and
tho first will bo completed about March
1, whllo tho last of tho fleet will bo ready
two months later. They will bo used for
the homo defense.
Questions and Answers
The Photoplay Editor of tho EvBtf
Itm I.EDafln. will bo pleased to answer
questions relating to his department.
Queries will not bo answered by let
ter. AW letters must bs addressed to
Photoplay Editor, Evdniko Ltsoasn.
Tho Soven Cnrrs
"The No'er-Do-TVcll," a story of Pan
ama, from Ilex Beach's story of adven
ture, will soon bo a. special relcaso by
the Sellg Company. A majority of tho
scenes havo been Aimed on tho Isthmus
of Panama, whero Colin Campbell, Uio
director, together with a company of
nrllsts, sojourned for several woejta.
Kathlyn "Williams takes tho leading fem
Inlno rolo In thin story, which pormlts
of many opportunities of elaborate scenlo
Scenes of activity along the Panama
Canal, scenes In tho natlvo quarters ot
tho city nnd odd noolca and corners In
tlic old Spanish quarters will bo faith
Tho Soven Carrs aro tho most Interest
ing scries of models that tho Lubln Com
pany possesses, and collectively and In
dividually they aro Just as popular among
tho playors as they nro whon peon on tho
screen. Heading tho list Is Mrs. Mary
Kcnnovnn Carr, and then follow her chil
dren, Luella, 15 years; Jftok, 11 cars;
Stephen, 8 years; Thomas, 7 years; Itoso
mary, 4 jean old, and Mayboth, 2 years
And ovcry ono of them Is a Lubln photo
player. A fow years ago a charming llttlo
motherly woman, walked Into tlio Lubln
studio and modestly risked Tf It would bo
poislblo for her to get a position as a
photoplayer, Bho said she had had four
years experience In stock, and during her
chat with tho studio mnnager mentioned,
Incidentally, that she had tomo children
that Bho would bo willing to let work be
fore tho camera if they wero needed at
any II mo.
"How many children havo you?'' In
quired tho studio manager in a matter of
fact sort of way,
"Six," replied tha llttlo mother, and
tho studio manager almost slid from Ills
chair In surprise.
Tho following morning, by special re
quest, tho llttlo woman, accompanied by
six healthy and happy kids, camo to the
studio. That afternoon a section of tho
Carr family went to work, and tho
"troupo" has been nppcarlng before tho
camera consistently over slnco. Colonel
Joo Smiley, ono of tho Lubln directors,
says they nro splendid llttlo actors and
nctrcsscs, nnd tho only troublo ho has
Is In deciding which model to select when
he only wants to uso ono.
How tho Carra can welt bo utilized In
plotures was lllustratd this week when
Smiley waa making a plcturo called "Tho
Steadfast." It was a threo-reclcr, and
the notion strotches over a numbor of
years. Ono of tho characters, a boy, ha3
to grow older In each rooL Smiley nccom
pltshod this by using tho 7-yoar-old Carr
In tho first reel, tho 8-year-old In tho
socond and tho 11-year-old In tho third.
And so closely do thoy resomblo ,ono an
other that It looks, on the screen, lllto
tho samo boy growing oldor In each reel.
What Polly Said
Paul Scardon, ono of tho Vltagraph
Stock members, la a dog fancier, In whose
konnol aro a number of tho bluo ribbon
variety. Mr. Scardon Is also an admirer
of sailor men, and especially those dMjr
flea salts whoso voyagei tatco thehi tot
ftouth American countries. Ont of Mr.
Seardon's particular friends Is an old
captain, who mikes It a point to pay Ms
respects every tlmo his ship la tit port.
On ono of his visits tho captain told Mr.
Bcarddn of a certain breed of parrot tha
natlvo mula drivers of South America
taught to Imttato their owner's vole so
that when on a Journey tho natlvo could
sleep whllo tho parrot would call to thft
tnulo to keep It on tho move. Mr. Scardon
conceived tho Idea of getting ono of
these parrots and teaching it to look;
after tho dogs whllo ho was busy at ths
On his last voyago In tho captain
brought tho parrot, which ho described
as "a handsome bird, a fluent talker fthd
nn apt pupil," Mr. Scardon at onca bo
gan tho parrot's education, and after a
week's teaching was delighted with tha
progress being made and was enthusiastic
over tha fact that Polly did not seem to
know any Jwear Words.
Determined to try out Polly as a guard
ian of tho doga ho left tho parrot In tha
kennel. Returning In about an hour he
was surprised to hear a volco that sound
ed suspiciously llko his own berating In
good oUMaBhloned bllllngsgato a number
of dogs that wero cowering In n- corner of
"Here, Potlyl that Isn't tha way io talk
to tho dogs," admonished Mr. Scardon.
"Why, you landlubber," cams tha
answer from Polly, "what do you know
about otlquetto aboard shlp7"
Odds nnd Undo
Itoyal Douglas leaped over a cliff ot
100 feet at Hubbard Woods In taking a
sceno for tha Essanay photoplay, "Tha
Man Who Laughed." There waa & nlca
soft snowdrift of several feet deep for
him to land In, but unfortunately Mr.
Douglas struck a projecting rook on tha
way down. Ho landed headfirst In tha
snow nnd was dragged out nearly smoth
ered. His Injuries, however, proved hot
to bo serious.
ST011I3 OPENS 8130 A. SI. CLOSES AT Cl.10 I M.
; ai.VlIj Oil PHONE OIIDEHS riI,T,ISD
This Annual Manufacturers' Sale S'"r
Numerous Ex- s Bringing Folks
v j m m sw www i-M mm .
Mnrrii.-uur, from Far and Near
fo Participate In the Great Economic Advantages Offered in Almost Every Commodity and Luxury Sold in Any Department Store
Women's $1.50 $1
Kid Gloves A
Splendid quality, ono - clnsp
Piquo gloves in whito nnd tan with
Pnris point backs. All sizes.
FIRST FLOOR, 8TH ST. SIDE
They offor you cholco
from a very largo
selection of house
hold and porsonnl ar
ticles that aro now,
attracts o and wo It
tvorth ono'a whllo to
HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE
Double Yellow Trading Stamps With Every 10c Purchase Until
Noon : After That, Until Closing Time, Single Stamps
Market Eighth Filbert Seventh
en's & Boys' Hats
Some Very Extraordinary Specials From
Our Great Manufacturers' Sale
Men's $2,50 Soft & Derby Hats $1.50
For Every 50c Spent a Dollar's Worth of Value is Received in This
Stirring Disposal of the Penn Clothing: Co.'s Entire Stock of
Men's Suits and Overcoats
Kinds Made to Sell
for $15 up to $1650
Kinds Made to Sell
for S18 up to $25
This clothing is a well-known brand made at 9th and Filbert Streets, this
city, and sets an unrivaled high standard for clothing sold at moderate prices.
ror one thing
All the Materials Are Absolutely Pare Wool
While the workmanship, style and finish of each garment will pass the most critical
inspection. Choice of
Balmacaan, Chesterfield and Semisitting Overcoats
Suits of Swagger English Cut and
Practical Conservative Styles . . .
$8.75 and $11 are so small in comparison with the actual values of
these splendid, perfectly tailored, latest style garments, that no
thrifty man of limited means should feel lie can afford to pass by
this extraordinary opportunity 1
Men's $3.50 to(Pf flORH 2C
Men's $3.50 Full
Special Purchases from Makers of Some of
the Best & Sturdiest Youths' Clothes We Sell
sails, ivo $2.50, 2.98, 3.98 & 4.98
lyJcoSow $2.45, $2.90, 3.80 & 5
SECOND FLOOR, SEVENTH AND MARKET STREETS
Sott lints aro In nowest shapes of flno fur felt In latest
full, stiff and flexible finest fur folt In tho
coming Spring styles.
Boys' $1.50 Cloth Hats ggc
woolens In nowest
latternB and season's latost
SEVENTH & MARKET STS.
Jewelry Sale Extraordinary
1 Starting Next Monday (February Sth)
'We havo purchased tho entire ourplus stock, totaling;
i $1C.000. from ono of Now York's foremost manufacturers
i of hlEh-srado Jewelry.
We Paid But Tivo-Thirds of the Actual Value of Tlicae
Every now nnd fashionable Iclnd of Jewelry Is Included;
' each article desirable for Its Intrinsic valuo and lino artlstlo
See Window Display Now. See Particulars in Sunday's
Extraordinary Price Savings
This manufacturers' sale Is an outlet to a number of mak
ers who nro Kind to dispose of their products at much
lower prices than usual, and who glvoU8 tho preference,
as wo aro their very best customers. Thla Rives us tno
opportunity of o (To ring such extraordinary bargains as
$1 and $1.50
Mado of a very excellent grade material; porfeotly finished;
cut full. Coat stylo in rich patterns; have soft doublo
$1.50 Silk-Front Shirts .
Ono of tho nobbiest shirts of the season. Has silk
bosom, nnd bodies mado of another material which
matches perfectly. They havo soft cuffs and handsome
50c All-Silk Neckwear
Made In tho largo onon.end shape. Thoy are a very hand
some two-tone, small-check effect, with a bias black stripe.
Ten different combinations.
I'our pair CSc.
Ot a soft, mercerized j;arn. Has high lustre; fine and
sheer; doublo heel and too and seamless foot. Fast colors.
In black and tho leading shades.
FIRST FLOOR, SEVENTH AND MARKET STREETS
Is offering handsomer designs, butter quality and a larger variety than ,
waa shown in any of our previous sales, and this is thoroughly appre-,
elated by the thousands who have been buying furniture hero this week. ,
But more than all else, it is a great gratification to be able to sell this
At So Much Lower Prices
' than you would ordinarily expect to pay.
Our February Sale of Furniture a Sweeping Coat Clearance mwo
From Manufacturers Whose Products Are Famous for Quality & Wear.
Women's $2.50 $
to $4 Shoes . :
Men's $3.50 $9 fCE
to $5 Shoes eVU
dun-metal calf, patent coltskln
and tan calfwith dull leather
or gray and ti,n ooio tops. Hand
welted oalc soles. Sizes VA to 10.
Majority are from famous
Thomson - Crocker Shoe
Co., of Boston, Mass,
They are of flno gun-metal
calf, patent coltskln and
?:iaiea Kiasuin. with dull
eather or black cloth
tops. Button and
Blucher styles; hand-
weiiea ana noziDie
sewed soles. Bites 2U
to 8 In lot.
Boy' and Girls' $4 $0
'f ,rmrV Shoes. . .
Newest models; all leathers: dull and
cloth tops. Q Iris' sizes 2ft to fl;
widths A to E.
All leathers! hand-wolten slnrlo and
double oak soles. Boys sties 1 to 8,
"Tredrite" Button Shoes
For Misses and Children.
Dull. gun-mUI, patent colUkln and
brown kldskln; leather and cloth
Women's $2,50 $1
Mostly tan Russia calf In button,
lace and Blucher models; hand
welted soles. Sizes J'i to 7
FIRBT FLOOR, NORTH
(sizes 61 1Q
(sizes 1 OQ
(sizes ! Q
RUBBERS In Subway Store
Every pair guarantied.
WOMEN'S 5o to Wo J)Q.
MISSES' and QIIILpUQN'S JCf
EOe toTSe HiniUBira.... OOC
HOYS' A YOUTHS' Att-A
MEN'S S3e to 81 tlUBUERS
$20 Now . . . .
February And Time That We Made Room for the Display of Spring Things.
These Goats Are the Sorts That You Find Very Handy to Have for the Remainder of
me tr inter ana rorcpari oj ine uomtng oeason.
Sketch Shows One Style
GROUP ONE Coats in mixtures, zibelines and novelty woolens of
rich shades, with smart belts at side or back also quite a few in
military capo effect or with dressy velvet collars. These were former
ly ?16, reduced to 58.50.
GROUP TWO Coats of handsome velour plushes in three-quarter
length with guaranteed satin lining and lovely fur collars; also other ,
styles in smart imported mixtures, nil-wool duvetynes, velours, and
pehble cheviots, of brown, blue, green and black.
Misses' $18.50 to
$22.50 Suits . .
Sketch Shows One of the Ten Attractive Styles.
They are of zeree. diagonal, gabardine, poplin and broadcloth with
hip-length or slightly longer coats; variously n military effect or
bliuiiucu T4t votyqv VI IUI,
Women's $22 and $25 Suits . . . . , $ 1 1 7g
Excellent variety ot styles with Jaunty short coats, tailored from serges,
gabardines, cheviots or broadcloths. Some show military tendenoy.
others aro In mannish effect with velvet notch collars and all are lined
With guaranteed satin.
Misses' & Women's $12.50 Serge Dresses,
Pretty new Bprln
witn nat biik i
lar and rlohly
w BprlnK styles In navy blue, black and bleee. trimmed
Ilk braid, dainty orpandle turn-overs on high military col
ohly embroidered elrdles.
! I4TBK0T1IKHS E
Si IN Qim MGUE8TAUBAMT--ME5T; OF HV Kit Vl'IUNO J.T UOWBST PRICES FIFTH FLOOR
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