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LOT OF RED TAPE
Chicago Weman Says Washing
ten Will Try te uay
' Her Ald
ITENOr, "tefight HARD
Jiflsen Huek. of Chienge, who hn been
dfcfCiI te fill the unexpired term or
hfr lale fnthrr. WlUlnra K. Miwon, Re
publican, an Itcprescntatlvc-nt.LarM,
U (he firt woman cast of the siimw
ippl (e be te Congre and the flrat
oilier ccr le sit In that body.
Mr" LeMIe Holmen O'Neill, Repub
llfan, Downers flievc. will by the firt
Illinois eninn te sit in the State Sen-
" Tlnrk did net nppcar te be. elated
.vK'wcterV "Ibecn through
.What SSTffiSf and defeat ,nany
"ln?M." he nlil at her home cb erdny.
"1 hail the .llcndvantace of net Mnjc
. fiubweman," Mie continued. "That
' net n mental dlSadvantaBe. hew-
fver. for I have pawed much time at
ftaVhlngten and I knew the situation."
Interested In World Peace
Mr. Huelc I Intere-ted primarily In
constitutional ei teVnrd the ciitob ciiteb
Ihhtnent of world peare.' .....
World peace cannot be legislated.
th laid. "I think It the duty of this
feneratien te leave tlie next generation
J foundation for pence. It Is n woman in
rieterr and l.e what ? woman can
de without Hie Hiinpnn. i""y
), niumanrn nml the gcncrnl Tjelltl-
ckI marhlnw." continued Mrs. HucK.
."I want n nig milium; . - -
.U." lie Knldr "They will try te
Velvet heads the List . -of
wrap me up In a let of red tape. 1
m aside, and I want a big majority
tnry ran r mm iv
Weman Elected e Assembly
Mrs. O'Neill, of Downers Greve, the
grit woman te be elected te the State
Assembly, resarda her election as a
nweeping victory for women.
Mis Helen Ucnnett, Mrs. Emily
Washburn Dean and Mrs. Myrtle
Tanner lllaeklldse, Republican candi
dstes for the County Heard, nil of
nuetn were mewed under in the Demo
cratic victory, were net complaining
Oshliesh. Wis.. Nev. 0. "I am net
disappointed, but I am sorry sorry
that Wisconsin will send Rebert M.
J,n Toilette Imck te the United States
Brnnte with ft record ouch ns his dur
ing and sinre the war." That i the
statement of Mrs. Jessle Jack Heeper,
of Oshkesli. Democratic Party candi
date for the United States Senate, who
ss defeated in the La Fellctte Pre-gresive-Hepiihllenn
victory of Tuesday.
IN GOOD TASTE
By JToreM Donaldsen Eberlein
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Ev '4$ BTOr WffOi
" SnUAL THIS WEEK
Uditi' Bilra Fits Sltk ass CI 1 C
Wesl Hsilerr feW
"Mif Fall FaiUnsJ Silk fl 7C
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ROYAL HOSIERY SHOP
! 8. STK ST. Aereai from Olmbftt .
BVfciga aMsa' II
Foremost foreign con
caption at prices that
prove a pleasant aur-
252 SOUTH 15TH ST.
y NEURITIS, LUMBAGO,
TIFF MUSCLES, ETC. .
wiftittf treattd with eUetria tiatitat 1
lrteIpjil' Velrjlftle. F.N.ADAMS I
r7.K l.t).. 1808 AUCH W.
KSIM. . Wa art
BajBEak W1T Xml FUR!"
EitablUhed 09 Ytara , .
1 1 13 9. 8th St. 2710 Ota. Am.
Oa Sale st Lsadibg Starts
READING TERMINAL MARKET
M. R. KERST, Stall 422
One, two or three sets of curtains
may he use.i in n casement window, but
the essential net is the se-called class
curtains. Tlien mnr lu mnrln ni m.
net, viini, gaure, muslin, etc., or of
colored goods ns well ns white.
These curtains may lianfr strniBht or
may be looped hack ; they may be mude
witli rumt'H mi- with limi. ... ... i..
tied baek with ion! or with ribbon.
as a cencrni rule curtains which
nam In sti.'iMit i',.liu cm.,...i.. -u.
iu." " .i :",., """ ;""' "a. m
.luvn ill inn Wllllinn Pfl, n. nvn. k....
A cettnee window rnll f i,i ..i. '
lenrd ruffled ciirtaina looped back. Hut
Vlian If- lu .In, lm..l A. 1 .
.. .. n iiL-vH-d te Keep me outdoors
..t. iiuiiiuM ii h mown in tue lllus-
tTStlOIH me tlu mnsf. LntUfnxtnx. 'ri..
tre inure ilinienlr In mni, -.,' . u.
" m.,...v, UIJU IU UV
, l r"' "euw very .ecu
Wheil Cheiislnif ,!m mnta.l.l . .1-..
curtnltis. remember that n yellow or
ft n. i ,J ' l0T 10r ,acU of n
nine; materials liavinjt n reie tone will
.. ""V','.1" """ et""'ic"8 te n room,
Ji.i.a (lcl ,ata. ,!re,,n ' brenkfnst
""" stilus ei ircsimess and nature.
In Mether's Memery Boek
ne?u uays when Baby was
Kinc, the rely-pely, cuddling
Jinys, the nhvays-inte-cvery-thing
days and the later days
off te school. Theso day8 are
well spent with the phe-
OBrnphcrs te store up pic-
Boek '" Mether's Mwry
Vw Christmaa Gifts, by
appointment, until Dec. 1, we
will make a of our 7" x 11"
pertiaits for S3. An unusual
trait B ChampIain Pr"
i irAhXUT ST.
Fnene WaUut K1S
Te 1 MflMTUO TO
iu muiiine PAY
m idnM iiil t. nrB
wj - . m, i nn ar is.10
"iwn tld.,. .. . lBta
. ',nB ht. Afttrnoea
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Dy COKINNE LOWE
velvet Bowns" far outnumber these who
are coming in "rags and tags," or, in
deed, any ether prevision of th de
signer's nrf. Fer velvet is the fabric
pre-eminent this season, nnd its away
extends from morn te dewy eve. In
afternoon gowns black velvet retains
all of Its old authority, but, as Is -true
with nil black costumes of the present
season, they are usually brightened by
n touch of vivid color or elie they are
combined with white.
The delightfully simple afternoon
frock of black chiffon velvet illustrated
today receives this meed of color from
the wreaths and smaller motifs of
chiffon rosebuds in green, red, lemon
nnd blue. The underskirt Is of gray
Oxford that, due te
it's "Scale Seles," is
almost a necessity en
f J42Q Chestnut SL
Ne. 314 A Match That Won't Light
A match is banded te a person who
asks for a lleht. Ah iiuin I.. it.l..
the catch it gees out. Every match
that is given te him acts in rh Am
The matches are previously treated
in n very simple wuy. Obtain some
water glass or sodium silicate. Smear
some of thla preparation around the
match just below the head. Every
match treated in this manner will go
out ns seen ns It is llchted.
Covvrieht. JOlt, by Publle Ltigtr Company
'Oraet and charm in
thU new metfst of
ntaek Satin, Brown
suafs ami tXt nu
Cut SUtl Buckle
in many shapes and
dfitgn that brighten
the new Fall ellpprn
$2.50 te $25
Every Phase of "Colonials"
Has Been Perfected in
Our Present Display of Tongues
Wanamaker' s Down Stairs Storey
Imitation Ivery, 25c te 93
Imitation Tortoise Shell
SOc te $1.50
Many will welcome this
opportunity te match up toi
let sets for ChriBtmas gifts
or te complete the "gaps" in
Particularly notable values
hi the imitation ivory are
puff boxes and hair receiv
ers, 50c and 75c; hair
brushes and mirrors, $1.25
te $3. In the imitation tor
toise shell are puff boxes,
perfume bottles, jewel cases,
combs and nail buffers at $1 ;
hair, clothes and hat
brushes, mirrors and trays
In beautiful Patent
Leather, WaeJk flafln,
lllaelt Suede, Brown
Kid, Brown Satin or
varied than be
fore ; materials
of ultra quality;
modeling of a
skill that assures
and longest hold
ing of shape.
iTi teo!el'tto 0
Biek SS,in " Dro Dre
f?.? Brown Vclvrt
with Brocade, Brown
Kuulnivith Biiupii Rut,
" ",n v"i't with
38-40 Seuth'52d St.
Style in Quality Footwear
1130 CHESTNUT ST.
2961-63 Frankford Ave.
rri iihiiiiihiimhtttii i i nrm
Loek closely at them!
Wouldn't it feel geed te slip
into them after a long, hard
day at the office or a busy
afternoon of shopping or a
round of household duties?
Every feature of them
spells SOLID COMFORT
the warmth of the material,
the snugness of their fit up
around the ankles and their
soft padded chrome leather
Rese, light and dark blue,
taupe and dark gray.
They are of soft, absorbent cot
ton toweling and measure about
18x30 inches. Finished with a
clever imitation of the "pyramid"
(Down Stair Starr, Central Alsta)
20c, 35c Yard
Materials that will make crisply
"homey" curtains for almost any
room in the house.
20c yard for plain marquisette
of desirable even weave. Tape
edged. White, cream and ecru.
36 inches wide.
33c yard for novelty figured net
in a variety of pretty patterns.
White, cream and ecru. 36 inches
(Uemn ilalrs ftter, f'limtnut)
Nightgowns, $1 te $2
Pretty ones! Plain slip-en
styles with round neck and
kimono sleeves finished with hem
stitching:, $1. Embroidery
trimmed hlip-en and high-neck
and lentr-Flccve styles with tucked
yokes nnd embroidery edgings,
$1.50. Dainty lace-trimmed ones
with low, square necks and short
iet-in sleeves, $2.
Pink or blue striped extra size
Sannelet irewns made with deep
ouble yokes, long sleeves, and
with braiding en the cellar,
(lien ii Stulr Were, Central)
Quaint I'aisk'V nnd Ann....!
patterns that sell out almost as
quicklv ax e can cot them in.
36 inched wide.
Cotten and Weel Bats for
Quilts, 90c and $1.90
They tedui'c the tmni.i,,
making n nuilt. tn mu:.
Fluffy wlute 3heet of cotton or
wool are all ready te be slipped
into quilt covers.
OOl? for cotton bt 70nn
S1.00 for wool lint. I7Q..OI
(llen Klnlr Merr, Out mi)
Bib Cellars, $1.25
is u en arj at ern
almost eveiv frock.
but few aie se
pretty as these
new net and imitn imitn
tien Veni'O lace
ones. Tluiy are
cut in the newest
fashion, long in
front, nnd narrow
in back, te slip
easily mder a coat. ;1.VI u n
Otner attractive Vf 1,25
bib and bertha cellars of net and
lace are .peeially priced $1 and
(Ueiwi Stain Nlera, Crntrnl)
flllft T JMaM Hl U
Sale of Men's Big All-Weel
Winter Overcoats at $18.50
Best overcoats we've had this season at this
price. We selected the materials, the patterns and
the style, and a geed clothing manufacturer let us
have all he could afford te make te sell at this
extraordinarily moderate figure.
The fabrics have all been chemically tested and
proved all-wool. They are soft, smooth-finish chev
iot overceatings that feel as if they have a whole let
of warmth and wear in them.
Seven patterns in dark, conservative mixtures ;
browns, grays and greens, which men and young
men hnfh lilrp
Marin in rlnilVvln-VkHQOoferl iilaf annf e-,rl, -.l UU.J ..4-U 4.... a 1-
ets and two muff pockets, and a big convertible cellar. Quarter lined with
twicwiui WVHU Xl.ll lC(Uiai 01Z.C3 OU IU16.
Men 8 Artificial
Half Hese, 75c
Distinctly right for crisp
Autumn dayn in their weight
and blue, brown and gray color
ings. First quality. Sizes 9
Men's Medium-W eight
Part-Weel Union Suits, $2
High - necked, long - sleeved
style that a man can wear the
Winter through. Just a com
fortable weight, tee. Gray.
Sizes 34 te -16.
(D6wn Stair Btera for Man, en tlie Gallery, Market)
Women's New Sample Fur
Trimmed Coats at $58.50
Just Added te the November Sale of Fashions
Levely one-or-two-of-a-kind wraps! Luxuriously furred and stitched and embroid
ered or long and slender and plain. Seme have cellars and cuffs of black IManchurian
wolf-deg. Seme have large cellars of beaver. Their linings are of peau de cygne or
crepe de chine. They come in soft rich shades of brown and dark and medium blue,
and there are quite a number in the wanted black.
iviany et the wide sleeves have windshields.
Captivating Krimmer Cleth
Jacquettes, New at $16.75
New gray fur-cloth jacquettes as
pretty and as becoming as anything one
can think of. Daintily lined with peau
New Belivia Capes, .$48.50
Warm Winter-weight v capes lined
with crepe de chine and finished with
large caracul cellars.
New Pole Coats, $25
Geed shades of tan and brown coats
with plaid backs. They are lined through
the shoulders with peau de cygne and
have leather buttons.
All These Coats Have Just Arrived
and are specially priced for this encc-a-Winter
sale. Other geed low-priced
coats in tnis sale are $10 te $65.
. ill l
S16.75 im XSJ 308.50 LJ
(Dunn Ntalr. Stere, MiirKrt)
thrrads of lisle. Fir.t quality and full fashioned
of lustrous puie thread silk. Their combined S
leeks and .serviceability make them ideal S
Black, white, corde;an. Sixes 8i te 10.
lu" Mulr Mure, tYntml)
In the Down Stairs Little
Xew ones, soft and
silky, with the luster and
depth of color which
make mink se very fash
ionable and becoming.
Unusually fine full pelts
at these quite modest
prices, as any one famil
iar with fur worth will
Sinule-kin Mink Scarfs
$lf,..-,(l and i? 18.50.
Twe-skin .Mink Scarfs. $30
(Deirn tulr, -.fnrr, Market)
Specially Nice Table
Cream Bleached, $1.73 Yard
Full Bleached, $2 Yard
Pure linen, firm nnd cIemm- woven, pleuhuntlv
iree from objectionable "dressing." The creari
inLK'lV,S 0S ncht" wide: the full bleached 70
inche, u-ide. There aie two very attractive floral
Patterns in cacn grade.
(lleun Slulr Mere, ( rnlrnl)
Warm Winter Coats
as Lew as $10.75
Belted, raglan - sleeve
models of soft warm
double - face herringbene
coating in dark rich brown.
The reverse side is gayly
plaided in red, and the re
sult is an unusual combina
tion of geed leeks and serv
iceability at this very mod
erate price. Sis.es 15 te 17
Coats, $1 1.50
! wily li:nd model of hprr n;
bone ceatini,' m ,'rny or bravn.
Kaplan sleeiud and belted. Sran
p te 1 l year1'..
Chinchilla Coats for
Scheel Girls. SIH.kii
Fine, h.'jrh-pue chinthilln m-m m full-belted
regulatK.n htyle; lined mh tl.uri red flannel.
eiuu or brown; sires 8 te It jenr.
Juniors' Coats With Fur, $18.30
n" il !: m5Q010f soft a Morts reatmir Cellar
Uveas' COn(,y Ha,f 1"R"i- SweH l6"
Girls' Dresses, New at $3.75
I articularly popular ty,., i I . fort. ,rtr at
th- attractive price, rembiri.-, eh.- Iced Neleur
J"1 velvoteen blouse bimine M,K
ii;e a . knHml wh,te' brown or Wu u'"l white,
eizes 8 te 14 years.
Silk Frecks for .Juniors, $18.50
Ui.stmjruished drnpid medel suitable for after
noon weai, made of sefds lucres charnie-is,. n
cl)nnn Mtitiri, Sinre. Alurl.el i
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"The Best Shoes in Philadelphia
at the Prices"
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