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EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1916.
lOISS' COMMENT ADVERTISING WOMAN DRAWS DOWN $10,000 A YEAR -FASHIONNRi
fiOftOBING ONE'S PARENTS
: $TO LONGER DONE, SAYS M'LISS
Modernists Are Putting the Fifth Commandment
j in the Garret Along- "With the Rest v
ONE by one alt of tho old things
tho old traditions, tho old customs,
ho old Ideals are being wrested from
(to by tho, modernists.
When soma ono dleo vhom wo lovo,
-ro mustn't go In mourning, tho ad
vanced ones tell us. It is bnd tasto to
advertise 0no's sorrow to tho world.
v No longer may wo have our favorite
Jploturos on our walls. It matters not
that wo loath Balcst, Matisse, and tho
Russian Ballot, wo must "go In for" big,
iplashy color effects. Consovatism In
. our wall decorations Is allowable only
If wo have tho prlco for a Durcr or a
Whistler, a Colo or a Zorn.
No longer may wo know our neigh
bors. To dcalro to do so Indicates a
regarlousno33 that Is bourgeois to say
tho least. Wo may havo enjoyed tho pleas
ant chats that formorly woro hold over
tha back fence or from porch to porch
or front door step to front door 8top. Now
all that Is' changed. Ono has ono's own
Bet, Not to havo ono's own set Is to bo
In a bad way, !ndod.
Thoy aro taking tho ton command
tnonts from us, too. Some may murmur
"Thank Heaven," but othors thoro aro
,-tho majority, I predict who will ox
portonco exceeding regrot with their pass
ing. It could scarcely bo remembored
to koop holy tho Sabbath, with baseball
and the talking machines clamoring for
recognition. Long ago, coveting ono's
neighbor's wifo, aided and abetted by
tho law, bocanfo tho fashion.
Now that most cherished of tho entiro
decalogue, tho fifth, which romlnds us
that wo must "honor our father and our
mother" Is threatened. Tlmo was whon
Wo rospeoted our parents with tho samo
unquestioned attitude as wo accepted our
meals and our sleep. They may havo
rapped us with tho Bllpper anil tho raw
hido; thoy may havo answered all our
auostions by telling us that llttlo chll
flron "should bo soen and not heard";
they may havo contradicted themsclvos
and proved themselves Illogical a thou
sand times a day in their dealings with
Us and yet our loyalty to them was un-1
tainted by any suspicion that thoy could
possibly do wrong or err In judgment.
Comes now Mr. W. L. George, who
In an artlclo In Ilarpor's Monthly pre
dicts tho speedy disintegration of tho
family, duo to tho fact that tho modern
child Is no longer capablo of giving nnd
should no longer bo expected to glvo
tho samo blind loyalty as tho child of a
bygfino ago. Tho compulsory lntcrcourso
of tho various units of a family, who
may rango In ago from ono year to
eighty, Is going to bo responsible for
tho break-up in tho family, ho contends.
"Tho ago problem is twofold," ho
writos. "It must not bo thought that I
hold a brief against old ago, though,
being myself young, I tend to dlsllko old
ago as I Bhall probably dlsllko youth
by and by. On tho wholo, tho attitude
of old ago Is tyrannical. I havo heard
dlota ns Interesting ns tho ono which I
quoto a fow lines abovo, I havo heard
say a mother to a young man, "You
ought to fcol affection for mo"; anothor,
"It Bhould bo enough for you that tills
Is my wish.' That is natural onough. It
Is tho tradition of tho elders, tho Biblical,
Greek, Roman, savago hierarchies which,
lit thotr time, wero Round becauso, lacking
education of any kind, communities could
i-osort only to tho oxporlonco of tho aged,
"But a thing that is natural is not
always convenient, and, after all, tha
chief mission of tho clvlllzor Is to bottla
up Naturo until she is wanted. This
tyranny breeds in youth a qulto horrlblo
hatred, whllo It hardens tho old, makes
them lncapablo of seeing tho point of
view of youth becauso It Is too long slnco
thoy hold it. Thoy insist upon tho so
ciety of tho young; thoy tako them out
to call on old pooplo; thoy drive them
round and round tho park in broughams
and then round again; thoy doprlvo thorn
of entertainments bocauno they them
selves cannot bear nolso and lata hours,
or becauso they havo como to fear ox
ponso, or becauso they feel weak and aro
111. It Is tragic to think that so fow of
us can hopo to dlo gracefully."
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THE WOMAN WHOSEWff
MISS J. J. MARTIN
SUCCESSFUL ADVERTISING WOMAN
TELLS YOU HOW SHE GOT TO TOP
All Miss J. J. Martin, Who Earns $10,000 Yearly, Did Was
to Get Practical Experience and Then Write the
Truth She Doesn't Believe in Book Instruction
Letters to tho Editor of the Woman's Pago
AOimt nil communication to M'LIm, euro of tliv Kvcnlnc I-cdxer. Wrll on one aids
ot the paper onlr.
Dea.r M'Llns Just a. fow lines to let you
know your artlclo of tho S3d did not co unnoticed
br one who appreciated It.
I am- a slrl 18 and lame, wearlne two braces.
T am not bad-looking, many say I am protty, and
I am very. Very lonesome, and I want to be
loved, dear M'Llss. I want a man to lovo me.
X do not want to be an "old maid." I would
When I so out with a number of Elrla I am
in misery until I am home, I am so sensitive,
and It any one smiles at mo that night I am nn
my knees praying for his happiness nnd God's
Dlesalnir. I hopa many of your admirers will
read this and not hesltato to smile tho next time
on ot my brothers or sisters co by. Do you
think I should remain single and alone all my
Ufa because ot my condition? One who Is healthy
in mind and body. BROKEN'-HBARTED.
You aro so very young to bo broken
hearted or oven worried about anything,
much less a husband, and I'irf willing to
wacer that one who is healthy In mind and
in. body will havo ample opportunity to
chooso from many suitors.
Dear ITLIsi I read In your most valuable
pass of a -few weeks ago of an account of a
Sltco of rubber placod In tho ear that would aid
atness. I did cut the article out. but my
Jntldren must havo mislaid same, so I am wrlt
nc now to tee It you can help me by an ox
Blanatlon how to obtain samo and full par
eulara about It. M. K.
-Address Marlon Harland, 250 'West 94th
Btraot, New York city. Information con
carnlng the rubber ear Instrument appeared
In her cornr.
Dear M'l.lss riease. If you can. let me know
through the Evening Lkikjbb a recipe for mak
ing vinegar from tho mother of elder vinegar.
MRS. Z. K. It.
You can malto vinegar from tho mother
of elder vinegar, a manufacturer tells me,
by putting tho mother In a Jar of elder. Tho
mother la an organism that Inoculates tho
contents of tho Jar and causes the chemical
chango that we call vinegar, but tho elder
will turn Into vinegar Just the same, al
though possibly not so quickly, If you leavo
tho elder In a covered Jar In n warm place
for soma tlmo. In other words, tho elder
will turn Into vinegar If placed In a warm
placo and covored up, whether tho mother
Is In It or not. The trouble with using tho
mother is, that If It Is loft In tho cldor too
long It will oat up all tho vinegar, and all
you will have left Is alcohol and water.
Ono of America's highest paid advertising
women Is Miss J. J. Martin, president of tho
Loaguo of Advertising Women, of Now
York. Miss Martin's salary Is $10,000 ft
year. Sho Is tho advertising manacer of
the Sporry & Hutchinson Company, of Now
This Is tho first tlmo In tho history of
advertising conventions that advertising
women havo a place on tho program. Miss
Martin heads tho New York delegation ot
advertising women, who nro stopping at
tho Hotel Adclphla. OtherB In tho party aro
Miss Jean Dean Barnes, otic of the best
known advertising womon In tho country,
and who Is personally acquainted with nl
most evory buyer and merchant In tho
West; Miss Aylett Lapsley, of tho ad
vertising dopattment of tho Royal Indem
nity Company, of Now York: Miss Ida
Clarke, connected with tho Scott-Bonno
Company, of Bloomflold, N. J., and Miss
Jano Carroll, who Is associated with
"Thcro Isn't a woman who Is engaged In
tho advertising business who Isn't proud
of her vocation," said Miss Martin.
"You want mo to rulviso women ns to how
thoy can becomo successful ns writers of
advertisements? My advlco to women
who nro thinking of beginning a career ns
nn ad woman would bo to becomo a
thinker anil carefully study tho surround
ings and environments In tho city or town
whoro they aro engaged In business. It Is
Imposslblo to learn tho advertising bust
noss out of copybooks. First of nil you
must havo practical oxpcrlcnco nnd second
you mu3t tell tho truth In tho advertise
ment you wrlto nnd placo In tho news
papers nnu magazines. Thcro must bo truH
In evory word written by tho ad writer.
Tho publlo today flnds Just ns much pleas
ure In reading advertising matter as In an
Interesting news report."
Tho conforenco for advertising women
will ho held In Collego Hall, University of
Pennsylvania, Tuesday afternoon, at 2
o'clock. Mrs. Christ 1 no Fredorlck will talk
on "Tho Woman Who Buys and tho Advert
Using Woman." Other speakers will bo Mrs
Jano Stannnrd Johnson, Miss Ida Clarke
and Mrs. Anno E. Tomllnson.
Wrinkles in Corduroy
I have a blue corduroy coat that some one
sat on.. So now It. Is all wrinkled, I am 111
years old nnd should like to know how I can
get tho wrinkles out. It doesn't look nice. .
P. M. V.
Set a. broad pan of water over tho flro
until It bolls furiously. Then stretch the
wrinkled part of the coat taut over the
water so that tho steam will flow upon tKo
wrinkles. Hold It thus for Ave minutes,
shako In the air nnd hang It In tho wind to
drv. Do not lotieh llin dnmnened portions
.of tho corduroy whllo tho process Is going
on. Tho steaming, If dono properly,
should raise tho crushed nnp, If the whole
coat Is wrlnklort nlwrn It nil. shifting tho
garment gradually to oJtposo each portion of
It to tho steam. Keep tho water nt a hard
boll nil tho tlmo.
Point and Varnish Removers
In reference to your answer to L. J. T. "boul
removing paint and varnish from chairs i
would state that your .Informant U entirely
wrong. . Turpentine.. uentlne and alcohol would
soften tha varnish slightly, but w II not remove
It down to .the wool Any amateur can remote
paint or varnish from wood or metal In a few
mlnutea by using ono of the vroll known paint
and varnish removers that are especially made
f rts fhtt titltfak. "
Our Intelligent correspondent must know
that we cannot nnmo any proprietary nr
tlolo In tho Cornor. Wo thank him for
telling ua that thero nro preparations wn en
will savo the amateur tho trouble and risk
of attempting' to repair such rlamngo to
furniture ns U J, T. reported to us. I sup
poso thoy may bo bought In shops where)
paints nnd vnrnlshos nro sold.
Haunted by Three Lines
Havs you ever been troubled by a fragment
of verse you cannot place as to author or recol
lect In Its entirety, yet which tormen rou by
ringing through your brain, hour hour?
I ntn haunted by three lines 1 read years ago.
I cannot romemW where or when. Wl 1 you
help me ehnke them out of my mind i by quoting
the rest of the verso and, naming tho author J
Thoy nro singularly musical to my way of
thinking, Tho lines aro:
My Lady's Grave
Tho linnet In the rocky dells.
The moorlark In the air,
Tho beo among tho heather bells,
That hide my lady fair:
Blow, west wind, by tho lonely mound:
And murmur, summer streams 1
Thero Is no need of other sounds
To soothe my lady's dreams.
SEEN IN THE SHOPS
IF YOU HAVE EYEBALL ROLLING, SfeE
A PHYSICIAN, ADVISES DOCTOR EVANS
fZs $ha AMVSt
FOR THE, VACATIONIST
-ijriQ- TSffiint Who aralooWns for s smart, practical' Jraock-about "porta suit thhj should
-jLsm&nt U A nflrtollc model, out on ood lines, jmade of .khakj, "which injures
.y etltet wrvlcii. The coal features straight" lines .and. JuU large, roomy pockets. Tha
, whlah apptara rather full with a. graduated front' pane), u a divided skirt. For
, moiuaah. cHwbinft tc., the panel may be,nfastene4 ftt the left elde; other
tbbwt it baa the) gamA front and what appear to t art Inverted plait la the back, it la
' uVLatI- practical skirt for jparU. The suit is A special af 16.
Tfc &ti which M . university model, i 0q q! khaki, Jt hag a round crown and s.
.lwt, Mtwhtd brim. lru, 0 e4t. In cloth, it mt la graft white, maroon, black or
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By WILLIAM A. EVANS, M. D.
PEIIHAPS you havo noticed somo per
son whose eyeballs wero constantly roll
Inir. If tho habit was very marked tho per
son had nystagmus. In nystagmus the oyes
roll back and forth from ono to 200 times
each mlnuto. In most cases tho movement
Is rotary. Sometimes It Is from side to side.
Occasionally it Is up and down.
The movements affect both eyeballs,
though the two eyeballs may not move to
gether, nnd sometimes tho movement In
one Is much more rapid than the other.
Perhaps the first symptomB that tho pa
tient notices Is that objects seem to dance
before his eyes. This causes mm to oe
dlzxy. Headacho develops. If the eyes are
nminprt. nnd thev should be, tho prob
ability Is that it will be found that glasses
If theso earlier symptoms are neglected
presently It will bo noticed that the eyeballs
are dancing. Nystagmus la well developed.
Thore aro two groups of causes for
nystagmus and It Is importnnt that one
Bhould nnd out to which group his case be
longs. In one group tho causo is somo or
ganlo disease of brain or nerves, especially
of tho optlo nerve. Careful examination
of the back of the cyo wnen tho trouble Is
duo to disease of the optlo nervo will show
the cause, "When tho disease is due to or--.,i
,iiafion nf the brain a careful exam
ination ot tho nervous system will show It.
In the other group the train of symptoms
dancing of eyeballs, giddiness, headache,
nausea, tremor nro the result ot fatigue.
and especially of great fatigue of tho eyes.
In Europe miners' nystagmus Is very
Important. In a certain coal mine union
about four miners out of each 1000 have
miner's nystagmus. No Buch condition pre
vails In this country. In 1910 no nystagmus
was found among coal miners In Illinois.
n-r,i,nhiv mere Is virtually none In this
country. Tho reason Is that coal miners In
this country work by good light. The gal
leries are large. A great deal of tho work
Is done by machinery. Thero Is almost none
of the picking whllo lying on the back,
working In narrow quarters, and by poor
light bo prevalent In European coal mines.
Tho American miner very much In need of
glasses Is very apt to wear a pair of
properly fitting spectacles.
This form of nystagmus being the result
ot exhaustion, great fatigue, prolonged eye
strain, can ba cured It taken In time by
extended rest. It Is necessary to rest the
body and especially to rest the eyes.
Has a Crooked Septum
For the last few years If I sit In a draft or
In a place where there la tha least bit of air that
atrlkea my head, or If I wet my head. I Im
mediately set a stlnKtns sensation In the fore
head followed by a, headache which lasts two
or three days. I have been told that I have
a stuVhtly crooked septum. Would this La the
causa ot my trouble, and la there a successful
operation tor It? I am also suRTerlna- with
pains and stiffness In the joints. Would this
b caused by tho crooked septum? O. A. W,
Your trouble Is In your nose. For some
reason you have a hypersensitive spot there.
A crooked septum has been known to cause
the above described symptoms. I should
say you need to -have your nose examined
and whatever Is wrong corrected.
For two or three years ray hands have been
swelling and my Jolota (eel a llttlo stiff In the
Bngers. They are worse In the morning and In
summer time. Oa cool days I don't notice .It so
much. My hands look puffy most of the time
and my heart beau rapidly at nlaht when I.
turn over or am awakened suddenly. My age
U 45. Mrs. M. Jt.
You are not in good condition and should
hare attention. The swelling In your bands
and joints generally means that you have
soma mild chronic infection. Jt may be in
yourHonBlIa. Uth, nose, gall, bladder, ap
pendix, pr yalloplan tube. Haver a thorough
examination, and take such-treatment as la
recommended for your trouble.
Cure of Goitre
1. What should one do for a little girl of 1
year who acem to bay a goitre; but whose
Hnsrat healtlj So not appear to U, affected
iMretiyt U It Utter U Ignore U aa toog a It
a WbatTi Ua aJgnJncanea ef small lou,.
1. Do notblng In tho way of direct treat
ment of tho goitre. Do everything needed
In tho way of right living. Enlargement
of tho thyroid in girls Is of less consoquonco
than In older persons.
2. They aro enlarged lymph glands. They
aro tho result of a mild Infection. Some
times the scat ot tho Infection Is in tho
scalp. In most caBes tho condition Is not
of lmportanco. Sometimes It Is.
At Her Window
Beating Heart! "Wo como again
Where my lovo reposes:
This Is Mabel's window panoj
Theso aro Mabel's roses.
Let this friendly pebble plead
At her flowery grating;
If she hear mo will Bhe heed?
Mabel, I am waiting.
Sing thy song, thou tranced thrush,
I'Ipe thy best, thy clearest:
Hush, her lattice moves, O hush
Dearest Mabel dearest I
Frederick Locker Lampson.
What a little thing
To remember for yoars.
To remember wlloffl.flB D
By a fortunato happening I find the
haunting lines In a scrftpbook of my own.
Tho poom In so brief I glvo It to you, cheor
fully: Four ducks on a pond,
A Kra bank, beyond,
A blue sky of spring.
White clouds on the wlngi
What n llttlo thing
To rcmembor for years,
To romombcr with tears.
Thoy were written by William Alllngham,
nn Irish poet, says the oxtrnct from tho ar
tlolo embodying Jho lines. You may bo
more tolerant of tho ringing In your head
whon you read further that an eminent
crltla has declared no his Judgment that tho
six lines form tho best poom of Its length
In tho English language. Even tho prosnlo
roador must confess that tho poet has
painted a picture that will linger long In
tho fancy. With a few strokes of the
crayon ho has created something
membor for years."
To Fill Floor Cracks
Some time neo I read In the Corner or else
whero a formula for making a paBto which would
till cracks In the floor. It wan, I think, made of
salt and ashes. I do not recollect It thero was
anything else In It. nor tho proportions and
quantity needod for the work. If any 'of your
roudern know of this formula and will send It
to the Corner. I shall bo grently obliged. I
enjoy the Corner much and shall be glad to
contrinute magazines to anyooay wno carea
enough for them to pay the postage.
C. A. II.
I do not know in what part of tho paper
you saw tho formula for a filling for floors
mado of ashes and salt. I am qulto sure no
such has appeared In tho Corner. I refer
your. query to fellow members, who may
havo heard of tho preparation, or who can
tell you of any other methods of filling the
cracks satisfactorily. We keep your ad
dress and thank you cordially for the offer
When You Travel
The girl who goes traveling this summer
and wnnts to take her smnrt toilet set with
her, nnd can't becauso it stuiTs up her suit
case, can do so now, for the newest suit
case hns a series of loops on the cover that
will accommodate one's toilet articles. The
silver or Ivory ware may be slipped into
these loops and when the Journey comes to
an end they look delightfully "homey"
spread out on tho hotel bureau.
Canning Hint .
Fruit Jars cost a pretty penny when you
havo to buy enough of them to do the sum
mer's canning. A good way to keep the
Jnrs from cracking when the hot preserves
are put Into them Is the old mothod of using
a silver knife. Slip tho knlfo In while the
preserves nro bolng poured In; when the
Jar Is qulto full remove It. Tho heat Is
absorbed by tho knlfo and the Jar remains
Stiff Whites of Eggs
White of egg makes a delightful finish
for line pastry. U 1b expensive, however.
If too many eggs nro used up In tho process
of getting the whites stilt, A bit of cold
water often aids materially In making tho
eggs stlffcr when beaten, also soaking tho
dish In which they are beaten In ico water
If there Is a Bpeck of grease on the bowl
In which tho whites are to be whipped
your eggs will not get stiff.
What Salt Will Do
A teaspoonful of salt added to the starch
when you are preparing it will put a nice
gloss on linen articles, especially table
id Fur She
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Ladles, and Misses'
Tyrol Wool Suits
It has been oiir policy (In the Men'fDepirtments) to have a Summer Sale
bo that vfe can how new goods for the Fall business. Many thing that
are very gaoa Buffer for no other reason. The Ladies' and Misses' Tyrol
Wool Suits, re certainly in thuclass, as we have and are doing largely
with these most useful, good looking and practical suits. However, we ihU
not take oyer many of the colors ud models and those that there are quite
some stock of, put
WE SHALL SELLTHEM ATS15.75 THE SUIT
There are Light and Dark Suits.
Suit that aro suitable for Warm, or Cool weather,
Also decided reductions in Top. had Motor Caiti,
Sport nd Panama Hats, t
-- '. -tvr,
Mann & Dilks
Iltadert wha rfejfrs nelo with ihtir drt
oroMrms icdl address communications to Ine
Tathion Ktvert, tare ot the Hdttor 0 the
Woman's race, the Evening Liioer.
Somo of the advanced stylists aro already
thinking of fall clothes, in spite ot tho tact
that Is real hot weather Is only Just upon
us. But, of course, tho manufacturer whose
duty or pleasure It Is to create tho styles
works with velvets In August nnd silks In
December, A peep Into what the whole
salers havo In store for us Is' like gazing
Into a crystal, for thero nro so many sur.
prising things In this new stylo world that
seeing Is scarcely believing.
The first glanco nt fall styles proves con
clusively that tho reign of tho very full
skirt Is over. Paris says so, nnd as a proof
of tho statement smart ParlslenncB have
been seen on tho boulevards recently In
clinging skirts. The silhouette of this new
skirt Is a soft, moderate fullness which fol
lows tho lines of the figure, but Is by no
means cither n sheath or a hobble. It's
Just a cross between tho crlnollno and the
hobble. Could it he posslblo that the vogue
for extremes Is over and fashions at last
are willing to conform themselves to a
happy medium. Or aro tho wily French
designers Just Using this gradual chango to
get us prepared for more drastic Innova
tions? Only tlmo and fall fashions will
Dear Madam What lu the best way to turn
up the hem ot n skirt I I havo tried several
ways nnd over tlmo 1 make a full skirt It dips
nt the back, If you know of any good method I
Would he clad to hear of It. D. T. S.
To turn up evenly tho bottom of a skirt
for hemming try this method: placo tho
end of n yardstick on tho floor closo to
tho skirt nnd nt tho top of tho Btlck placo
n pin In tho Bklrt, movo tho yardstick
llttlo by little around tho body, nlaclnc a
pin In skirt nt top edge of stick each time
It Is set on tho floor. After going thus nil
around tho Bklrt, lay It on a bed and placo
ono end of the yardstick nt tho lino of pins,
nnd nt tho lower part of skirt, place a pin
ns far from tho end of tho yardstick as de
sired around In tho manner, then turn tho
horn In at tho now lino of pins nnd basto
It. This method Insures n perfect hanging
skirl nnd makes It posslblo to hang tho skirt
on yourself without difficulty.
Dear Madam I am coins- to Atlantic City
for my vacation. I want to net n nice drcsa to
wear In the evenings nnd to dance on the piers,
would you get n regular evening dress, or would
you wear a. light summer suit?
A light Bummer suit, If It Is mado of
Bilk or pongee, glovo silk or omo similar
material, is appropriate for these affairs.
I should not got nn evening dress, becauso
the styles may bo bo different by next
wimor wnen you want to wear It again,
that you will not bo nblo to do so without
remodelling. A white georgetto Russian
blouso dress Is practical because you can
wear It In tho fall and winter for Informnl
Dear Madam What kind of top coats are
smart this season? I want something heavy
enough to bo worn In the Maine woods in the
Jl summer and fall, J ... 7TT"'"""'
With but .toa ! 1.' Lf .U 1 ...
will be appreciated. "" BW fftT
tjong, loose coats, with .i ?"
and wl,1 ,- ..' ."'". Hairf. k.
They . mado" of woJ $ S
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MODERN EMBROIDERY CO.
Soruce 2805. 1002 Cl.e.tnnt Nt
Z. J. Pequigndt
1331 Walnut Street
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Travel Petticoats '
Six Very Special Numbers
to Introduce to our city's visitors the Sheppard De
partment of Ladies' Underwear, which has been a
valued institution with the critical women of Phila--delphia
for three generations,
1. Double panel back and front, non-transparent Wash
2. Double panel front, Wave Crest Muslin, non-trans-,
3. Double panel front, with scalloped ruffle; non-trans-
'4. Cambric, dotted embroidered ruffle $125
5. Black Satinc $1.25, $1.50'
6. Special priced Lace Trimmed Petticoats, $1.50, $2, $3.75
Special sale of Night Gowns
95c, $1.25, $1.35, $1.50
I008 Chestnut Street
1714 Walnut Street
Importer and Ladles' Tailor
TO CLOSE OUT
Balance of Special Line of
Suits and Dresses
Suits that were $95 to 3125, now.; i$25
Some Blue Serga and Smart Check Effects that were 6tO(
$50 to $75, now JUV;,
Very Striking and Dressy Suits that were $30 to $45')fcl5
ah u iliJ'U' ''"' "A" V "",' VA" '!,' ""' It. ArtSl .
nn jvciuuiuHijr ureases, smart- ono Aiiracure, lll . M
3U to 5150 , , , , . i -
Special Designs in Summer Hats for Weddings
and Dressy Wear
Furs Cared for and Insured
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For Delegates to the A, A. C. of A Convents
HNSTEAD ot tha tlroe-worn tawdry aouvenirs. why no' &
hnm a . ,(,!.. ,k.t a.' ilt. CAnrJtantatlVQ Y
. , Thja Jewelry, Store Is prepared to enow you a tondw ffi!g
tlon of Inexpensive trlnlteti aultabla for souvenirs, which L.fg3
OUr Standard of nualitv Kln IIUT Mav ura ask VOU tO CAM "
C. R.Smith & Son
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