The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, May 28, 1915, Page 6, Image 6
6 Important Furniture Bargains For To-morrow One of the most significant facts in the wonderful progress of Miller & Kades is that from a small beginning, we have grown to be Harrisburg's largest furniture store. The one thing accountable for this wonderful achievement we have gained is our unalterable policy to give greater values—to maintain but one price—to advertise honestly and extend liberal, long time credit. No matter where you live or what your occupation, if you are honest, we will trust you. We will gladly open an account with you and arrange your payments according to your income. In this particular advertisement are listed many timely bargains, without equal at our prices. Let them be the means of making you acquainted at Miller & Kades. x Special Prices on Dining Room, Bed Room and Living Room Furniture For To-morrow Another Solid Car of this One Number Just Un- (|I|A AP* J oa^ ed *p Greatest Cabmet Ever offered \|(| |j ||j|| Study the Illustration and Learn Many Points of Superiority IS BEAUTIFULLY WHITE ENAMELED" AND HAS VENETIAN ART GLASS DOORS-NEXT TO IT IS A RHINTCIO! 11 >T TAL TL!" UR W,T '- S,FTER ,OP AND . ,RO " T OF VP »>ETIAII ART GLASS TO MATCH THE J ' THE NICKELOID TABLE TOP | | TBBMipags^J^ V«^R*RJ i THISK ; : C F!' I " ET T IT IS IULI ~,' A W* O UI S, . V,T '— | '! I IBt. 'j For example—the work section is fitted withe glass sugar jar, large tea ami coffee jar | !sf and . tour B,nal 7 f lass s P loe jars, all with metal caps—there are several handy wire i U ¥ i racks—removable kneading board, convenient cutlery, utensils and sanitarv bread H -iJS -f f f nd cake drawer, metal lined with sliding metal top—and the lower section is divided I by a wire mesh shelf. * Extra Special for 27x54 Rugs I To-morrow Only TOMORROW ONLY | I | TIVII - I '.isse u m I -ft. Solid <>AK PORCH LLJI V IF ' Swings, complete with chains and j 35 !/ "~~~ | Neat patterns in handsome col |i|| ~ Brass White Enamel Bath ' | I High Grade Rugs CostlllTierS Room Stool MiSSIOn s Low Pricid To-morrow TO MORROW ONLY TO MORROW ONLY TSuOiSltfi | These are the most service- TO-MORROW ONLY able and handsome lugs ever Bgj'ftp s* "" T ~ m " "oc qOa 25C $14.85 Eithei dull or bright finish. | j Only Ito a customer. |j NO PHONE, C. O. D. OR MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED. |[XlMiller & KadesCSl I ' FURNITURE DEPARTMENT STORE 1 ijyjr| 7 North Market Square |™~ OF INTEREST TO WOMEN SEEN IN THE BOUDOIR Cpttlcoata, Undermuslins and Negligees I Turn From Their Straight and Nar row Way to Follow Lead of Fulness. Hoop Skirts a Practical Fashion New York, May 28. '5 No easy time will milady have with Bpr lingerie this summer, for lingerie having forsaken its straight and narrow way shows no signs of slackening its! mail rush towted fulness. It is useless 1 to deceive yourself by thinking you can ! make your petticoats and slips'of last season do for this. The old tube like ! underrauslins are out of the question i with the voluminous skirt of the present mode. ?ar better bow to fashion and buy a hoop skiri. If hoop skirt sounds far fetched to you, it's only because yftu have not seen the dainty creation masquerading un i».T tiie old name. They are useful and graceful, these skirts with the reed, anil they are actually going to wear them with filmy frocks this summer. One store features several in white and pastel shades of crepe de Chine with a flexible wire inserted above a deep lace flounce. As the skirt measures only two yards where the wire is placed, it acts the same as a stiffly starched skirt, without the bulk and clumsiness. An other house, in the very heart of the shopping district, heretofore noted for its conservativeness, shows a model of i HARRISBURFI STAR-INDEPENDENT. FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 28, 1915. j ribbon and net, conspicuously placed in ! | the boudoir window. This in itself is i not a petticoat, but merely a founda- i tion coming to the knee, formed of a ! j shirred piece of net three inches wide, j ! stiffened on either side and suspended from a waistband with half-inch rib | bons. Significant of the change in under ' wear fashions, lingerie petticoats meas ure from three to ten yards in width. | Now, when you buy an underskirt you do a patriotic act, for these cambric and muslin skirts consumed a large; j share of those famous bales of cotton |we heard so much of last fall. Some ! especially pretty fine cambric and mus -1 tin models are shown in three and five gores, trimmed with galloons of em ; broidery and Valenciennes, filet or li erre lace. These threaten tho vogue ! of crepe de Chine which has come to i bo almost a staple. The novelties of | the season are skirts of mull combined : with narrow net ruffles. An Empire I design, made to tvear with the new Kmpire dresses, is fashioned in this fabric and hangs straight from the bust. All in all, however, staples outnumber the novelties this season. The white washable sateen skirts offered with wide-pleated flounces are splendid to wear with thin froeks. The" texture is so close, that there isn't the slightest ehance of the wearer's figure being sil houetted in the sun. Drop skirts for cloth suits are, of course, more moderate in width, meas uring from two to three and a half yards. Here, taffeta predominates, and as in the suit itself, blue is the leading color, although there are some white taffetas and Dolly Varden effects, which bid fair to be extremely popular during the summer. Ruchings and pinked ruf fles are the two modes of trimming. It, is surprising how many designs can be accomplished with these. A taffeta skirt of the deep Rocky Mountain blue shows an odd effect in the niching which is placed zig-zag fashion in the center of the flounce. Others have the ruchings in straight rows, and the pinked ruffles are put on in the zig-zag manner or draped like garlands, on the lewer skirt. Many of the stores display these skirts with brassieres, the tighter the better, no doubt for contrast, or per chance because there is so much new in brassiere fashions. It is interesting to note that the front closings have com pletely replaced the old crossed-in-the back styles, which at best were ill-fit ting, uncomfortable garments. Above the bust line, some of the new waists are elaborately embroidered and trim med with lace. One expensive, hand made model of linen has a yoke anil short sleeve embroidered with a conven tional rose design, and the edges but tonholed with tiny scallops. However, brassieres are not fancy. Others have degenerated into mere strapless bust supporter*. A rubber brassiere they offer for sale at $6.00 is said to reduce the bust tvo inches. If this is true, there iimy be no doubt of its future popularity. Indeed, so many type* arc featured, it is difficult to say what is what in underwear fashion*. lu the summer Taffeta Petticoat That Flares to th« Limit of Fulness sales of white, where everything white is shown, each garment seems different and more adorable than the one before. Nightgowns, chemises and combinations for instance, find inspiration in every period of the past hundred years and to make the choice more bewildering the garments are taking special names. "Simplicity" is a batiste set, chemise and nightgown, with baby waist and puffed sleeves of the first Empire. "Vic toria." a set in chiffon cloth ot' "Dawn Hose," a fabric similar to indestructible voile in a filmy rose color, comes from Victorian styles as one might readily guess, being made in sections joined to gether with fagoting. There is a name to fit every style and almost as many fabrics. 111 soiue of the sheerest mod els, striped Georgette crepe is used and then there are the cotton crepes, French \oiles, mousseliues, nainsook and chif fon clothes in Dolly Varden patterns, elaborately frilled or plainly piped, trimmed with Flemish, lierrc, Valen ciennes, filet or Baby Irish crochet lace. Just as this season, when the parks bloom with flowers and the shops with lingerie, it is refreshing to linger over the fluffy frills for the boudoir. How charming the Robes de interior are! Again, crepe de Chine is the fabric of the moment, coming in attractive leaf pattern, srtipes ami polka dot designs. The polka dot idea is used in a smart kimono in an Avenue shop. The silk is white with large and small green dots and is made with an Empire bodice and full skirt; the neck, sleeves and lower edge are finished with wide ruffs of outline and the waist with a twist of ribbon and a pink rose in front. Crino line wrappers are also featured for morning wear in dainty dimity, Swiss, mull and point d'rsprit, ruffled in flower like formation, tier upon tier. Other kimonos of China silk, taffeta and crepe de Chine show the art of the smocker. Polka Dotted Crepe de Chine in a Negligee, Pattern in the Style of the First Empire A Nattier blue taffeta matinee has a yoke effect of this needlework and nar row ruflles of white maline which match the ruffles on a taffeta petticoat. Then, for milady who breakfasts in bed, there is a pretty jacket of peach blow satin trimmed with swan'sdown, nnd one of the new shirred, circular pillows of FRECKLES i Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Remove Them With the Othine Prescription This prescription for the removal of frecikles was written by a prominent physician'and is usually so successful in removing freckles and giving a clear, beautiful complexion that it is sold by druggists under guarantee to refund the money if it fails. Don't hide your freckles under a veil; get an ounce of othine and remove them. Even the first few applications should show a wonderful improvement, some of the lighter freckles vanishing entirely. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength othine; it is this that is sold 011 the money-back guarantee.— Adv. Parisian Ivory For Commencement and Wedding Gifts Pretty—dainty—lasting —Parisian Ivory is always appreciated as a gift. This store is showing an unus ual assortment, including many articles that will de light the girl graduate ami the June bride. The stoek here includes the newest and most ar tistic productions from the best factories. Comb and Brush Sets Manicure Sets Clothes Brushes Mirrors Combs and Hair Brushes Velvet and Bonnet Brushes Hair Receivers Powder Boxes Cuticle Knives Salve Jars Corn Knives, Shoe Hooks, Files, Etc. Hundreds of other arti cles are here that will make acceptable and en during gifts. We will ap preciate your visit very much if you will call and allow us to show you the many new and pretty things that we have pro vided for those who have occasion to select gifts. • Master's guarantee is back of every sale. H. C. CLASTER Gems, Jewels, Silverware 302 MARKET ST. V * SOS LOCUST STHKKT Oppoxltr Orphciun licit Kje» I'hnniini'il l.ciisea Urounit Open \\>«lilcHdny nnd Saturday the same satin, to tuck behind her back. Breakfast jackets of lierre lace and point d'esprit are also shown. Each of these has its own particular boudoir cap and here again names come in play. The "Normandy" cap of maize, pink, white, or laven'der crepe de Chine takes its style from the headdress of the Nor mandy peasant ami the "Colleen" cap is a confection of ecru net. Oriental lounging robes are also receiving con siderable attention, on account of their now shaded colorings. One butterfly kimono of tine silk crepe is embroid ered in a wisteria pattern, graduating in tone from dee), purple to white. .Styles for the boudoir go more than skin deep. Besides the kimonos and dainty caps, there are supporters and stays to think of. For those who do not wear a corset when lounging in their own rooms, there are round gar ters of broad elastic, covered with shirred ribbon and finished with a flower to suit the color scheme of the negligee and room. However, if the negligee is seini-fitting, a stay must be worn. For this purpose, there are satin corsets in white and pastel shades, made from the waistline up, like bodices of olden limes. With flexible whalebone, inserts of elastic and stocking support ers, they spell boudoir comfort, grate and luxury. STEAMER SINKS IN STORM Fourteen Reach Maine Shore. Rowing Seven Miles in Small Boats Rockland, Me., May 28.—The mail passenger steamer W. (i. Butman saal; in a rough sea while on her regular rilii between Mctinicus and Hock land late yesterday. The ten passengers and the crew of four took to the ship's two small boats, and, after a hard-row of seven miles, safely reached Mctinicus Island. MALAYS SACK AND MURDER Uprising in Northern Part of Peninsula Against Taxation Tokio, May 28.—Reports of seriofis rioting in the northern part of the Mi lay peninsula have been brought here by steamer from Nagasaki. The upris ings are said to have been started as a protest against tnxation. It is reported that a force of 3,000 rebels repulsed a punitive expedition and pillaged villages and towns, inur dering many white residents. The Brit ish administrator has advised white women to take refuge in Siam. GOMPERS ANSWERS TAFT Says Ex-President Is Not in Touch With Life Washington, May 28.—Questioned yesterday concerning Ex-Presidcat. Taft's assertion that the American Federation of Labor exercises excessive power, Samuel tiompers sahl: "Naturally, he hasn't changed tfee opinions he held when on the benuh. He hasn't been in touch with life and hasn't had a chance to change them.'' EUlled on Auto Trip to Fair East Liverpool, May 28.—Mrs. Juli us P. Dodge, one of-a party of Wash ington, D. C., autoists traveling ovfcr the Lincoln highway to Ban Francisco, was instantly killed north of here yes terday when the automobile overturued on a steep hill. Her husband and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sliapp were thrown from the machine, but were not injured.