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THE BEE: OMAHA. SUNDAY. ANUL 9. 1922.
Tiotj1 3b Joppin villi My
EfvilU Dressmaker to Her Majesty
T.S the thrilling label in' (lie (town
Aou dinplay in the second iloof
continue department of i lie r'.tandeii
Store, 17th and I)oukI.i, An eci
duplication (( the wedding Rn
of Princess Mary cf England, made
Vy Reville who ahicrd III' crea
tion woin by the princes at the
recent ceremony. Well worth the
viewing is thtii model, to be desired
hy lovely bridc. A foundation of
heavy, roughly woven silver cloth is
artfully snatched about the figure,
' 'the lop softly finished in flf.li Itille,
the hem linithrd iu beaded tassel.
Heavy rose in varying sizes com
pose a fairy-like lattice work over
the sheerr.css of the ivory chiffon
now ii, the center of each a bid rotiRh
river pearl. Delicate fern fronds arc
wrought in silver and silk threads,
the whole a frosted silvery dream
as evanescent as the promise of hap
piness "ever after." A queenly
coronet of orange blossoms forms
the foundation or the cloudy bride's
veil which hangs even longer than
the double ivory satin train from the
shoulders, a train weighted by a
heavy cluster of orange blossoms,
the same size as the corsage placed
low at the side of the waistline with
hanging silver cord. The florist
will find interesting the suggested
boquet to accompany wedding
gowns of Moyenage tendencies a
sheaf of lilies, chastely pure with
great knot of white tulle.
Flowers Ever New Ever Charming,
HESS and Swoboda, 1415 Farnam,
may truly pride themselves on
their showing of blossoms "differ
ent." Mr. Hess glowed with the
pride of achievement when he looked
over his showing the other day, "all
grown in my own greenhouse, look
at them!" And truly you'd marvel
at the display of massed daisies,
snap dragons, stock, loupine, poppies,
violets, forgetmenots, lilies of the
valley, hundreds of different flow
ers. Easter flowers of distinction!
Wicker Carriages Approved by Au
thorities on "Better Babies."-
AT the Omaha Reed & Rattan
company. Sixteenth and Jones,
. you will find an unusually complete
line of wicker carriages for the wee
n. ones, especially lovely in decorative
details, approved by well-known au
thorities on "Better Babies" ques
tions. The prices are very low
you'll agree after a viewing of these
dainty wicker jieces
Anklettes of elastic solidly beaded
in jet or cut steel are $2 each. Only
to be worn on one ankle, dear reader.
Closing Out Sale in Upstairs Hat
v Shop Week Before Easter.
THE Botsford Hat Shop. Second
Floor, Neville Block, .Sixteenth
". and Harney, offer their entire stock
of hats at very low prices in a big
Pre-Easter closing out sale. All new
hat arrivals are included in the sale"
at prices from $1 up. . v
Caterer Assumes Management of
Hotel Cafe and Cafeteria.
ALFRED JONES, and family,
well know caterers and owners
of Hillcrest, 2811 Caldwell, have as-
sumed management of the Hotel
Castle Cafe and Cafeteria, Sixteenth
. and Jones Streets. Popular indeed
is the cooking and serving fame
' of Mr. Jones and his friends will be
delighted to know, that he has taken
as his working notto in the new
management, "Popular Frices.";A
, noonday meal will be served for 3.ic,
dinner in the evening will be SOc,
while the famous Alfred Jones Chick-
V en Dinners, which made Hillcrest
deservedly popular, are priced at
$1.25. Welcome to the Castle
; Cafeteria and Cafe. The cold box
lunches are now 25 cents, and with
i them is sent coffee, iced tea or milk.
Miss Ten-Year-Old would love a
beige organdie frock with yarn em-
broidered design ( in nasturtium
shades, $10. ' ' -' N
Individual Perfumes for "Women
MANY compliments have been
given to the Green Pharmacy,
16th and Howard on the unusually
extensive display of imported per
. fumes offered an assortment chosen
with a view to supplying the subtle
scent to be chosen for varied person
alities. One might love to have
someone whose opinion one values
judge anv one of the exquisite es
sences listed below as an expression
of her loveliness:
La Rose France Houbigant
Mes Delice Houbigant
Un par d'Ambre Houbigant
Jasmin , Arly
La. Rose Jaqueminot Coty
The finishing touch to the tout en
semble on Easter morning 1
Chinese green, amethyst, deep
toned yellow and reddish orange
are a few of the favorite spring
A Flared Cape Civet Spirit of the
r li.l'ATRICK'S, tine- to their
reputation, luve fulfilled their
obligation to faOiintt followers iu the
selection of' the little cape tailleur
evolved in the heavy crepe-knit silk.
A rit.li mahogany shade has the
tipper '.vt of the dress of old gold,
Ihc rape linrd in georgette to match.
Or one might he inclined to My that
the fulfillment was expressed hy a
ramu suit in the same material, for
il'r so delightfully colorful in its
hand-painted buttons and Mulgariau
embroidery. One of the new green
shade hat been chosen for the box
coated suit with its bandings of
beige angora oh, roat, wrap-around
skirt and blouse.' To meet every call
in the active world of sports arc the
liomespun suits, one especially at
tractive, has a blue and tan checked
skirt with its long jacket of gray
blue. Every type of spring costume
will be found in the Kilpatrick Eas
"Love Honor and Obey."
MANY times and with many var
iations are these words spoken,
and in the beautifully decorated.
Reese Jcwelery Company's Wedding
Window, loth and Harney, they're
uniquely illustrated. The "love" is
jllustrated by a rarely wrought plat
inum solitaire, "honor" by the en
graved platinum band to pledge the
wedding vows, "obey" is whimsical
ly illustrated hy a tiny rolling pip.
A window filled with wedding jewels
to fill every need.
The Corset Adds Distinction to the
THE Barclcy Corset Shop. Six
teenth Floor, City National Bank
Bldg., Sixteenth and Harney, will
lake expert measurements for one of
their delightfully tailored-to-ordcr
corsets which assure a successful
epring tailleur. The Barclcy offers
four "different kinds of stays, an ad
vantage. Shoes of Smart Designing Popularly
T'HE Kinney Company, 207 North
16th Street, offer unusually style
ful footwear, popularly priced.
Dainty white kid, pump, Baby
Louis heel, one strap $5.90
Black Suede, three line strap. 4.90
A 3-buckle patent pump .... 4.90
For sports wear, 'a calfskin
Shoes for every fashionable hour
at prices truly irresistible. '
Outing Suits for Women.
JUST arrived at the Townsend
Sporting Goods Company, 1309
Farnam, are jolly outing togs for
women. "Camp-it" cloth, gaber
dines and tweeds, they're well tailor
ed for real wear, excellent in mater
ial for withstanding weather exigen
cies of the overland automobile trip,
the makeshift of sleeping quarters.
Send for. illustrated booklet.
"Get Thin To Music," yes really
ladies dear, by means of the illus
trated physical culture records. The
scries of lessons is $15.00.
Grandma's gone on a Jamboree,
All dressed up lih twenty-one;
Her shirts ore just below her face,
Her beauty is that neatly done
It almost fools her daughter's son.
With face so fixed she dare not smile.
She's wide awoke and full of fun
Old Ladies have gone out of style.
In other epochs Miss Ann Tique
Had on the shelf been laid away,
T09 lone, neglected, prim and meel(
To do' a thing except crochet.
She leads the Younger Set today,
And leads it jutl about a mile.
She's daring, debonair and gay -OldMadiy
have gone out of style.
The dodo and the matron old.
The dinosaur and ancient maid.
Men's eyes shall nevermore behold;
Their memory begins to fade.
All women now are in one grade,
Employ the same sartorial guile,
Are young and youthfully arrayed
Old Ladies have gone out of style,
Sweet sixty, Prince, and sweet sixteen
Affect one fashion and one wile.
And the same Way to perl( and preen
Old Ladies have gone out of style.
And Now Frsnc Sends Delicate Imported Hose for
Voiles Yarn Embroidered. Tre-FUppers.
-BALLADE OF OLD LADIES, T. L. Hunter, Saturday Evening Post. TIIE Silk S,,,1p' 15,7 lKmSU, in TK loiery depit.neui, Burgess-
.r., the front ranks of te newest .4ii, tames a ime oi eiuie
Are your taster shopping plans complete?
illlimrlalit ati'i4rtf it
x Tolly is ever at your service, free of charge, "in every slore every day" orders will be scut out during the week before Easter on the day they
arc irrtMvcii io iiimrc airivai lor r.as irr.
Send your requests today leave the rest to roily you'll be mot satisfied. A deposit of ?2 is required with ecr C. O. D. otder-remember.
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Decorative Wall Papers More Artis- The Sports
decorative wall paper lind so n I AST WORD" snorts Iocs ate
Costume Completes Skirls Very Full and 'Very Pleated
in the Tailored Models Sheer Fab
iliurd is ottering to lair Omaha he turned in the pre -flapper stage!
uvishiniilv desiuued voiles in e- Imported 'uk a well as domestic
ceediugly rate tints, yam embroid- aie ottered in all rolon in the tine,
eted in a way that is fascinating to combed cotton. Iile and nlk to
behold! For the grownups aie the matin the ramnow loloreci play
Successful Spring Land-
I F one might quote a French fa.sh-
ion authority. No 'wonder the
Ideal Button and ric,itin& company,
third floor Brown block, Sixteenth
ni'l I'ouglas, is so popular! J he
tic This Year Than Ever Before.
TT is marvelous that designers of
much that is m-uirational ttonucr- xj t,,(rTp, a Rmwninir -kines
ful that they can so cleverly sunn- Fifteenth and Douglas. Genuine
late the exquisite colorings of the tJllle'$ ,ajr are n,c ,waggcr lop
great out of doors. I he Brandeis coats of conservative tans and browns
I'atier UCUAUmrUt. 5tll floor, IS (US- ,Un in tll Hull nieroimr rn1nr in Uilnrfil lrn. lt t,( um.l iniirrl twill
playing more papers this year than nnpular among continental travelers, serge will have the smoothlv finished
ever before at l'nces( decidedly low. tjoats and capes of unusually fine wools pleated, likewise the sports
quality, mantailorcd. llaiid-madc skirts of vivid blockings. The linens
Pongee, ever practical, is a delight- blouses of sheer dimities, fine linens, introduce mai.y a pleat into their
fnl fabric for undies in its new ,oft ra,jjun, sjks employ unique inelh- tailored trinmcss. But when it comes
. olorful guise. Scalloped edges has 0ds of triuiniing. Of noted charm is to the sheer fabrics, delicate voiles
ii chemise and Step-lll bloomer SCt . Mouse with ereat half-circles of ami tissue cinehams. fhev've a charm.
corded material. An appealing mod- ing wrapped around effect with a
el of white, orchid or beige has its rippled drapery of the loose end, the
Peter ran collar and rounded culls, entire length picot edged,
hand fagotted. Sailors in smart
blockings carry their crushed band- Lilies and Sturdy Plants to Brighten
ings with a large amount of smart- the Easter Festival,
ness. Tailored wear of charm. rTtjjK Brandeis Flower Department,
' Main Floor Brandeis Stores,
Why not a eross-stilched guest have an apparently inexhaustible sup
towel for the bridge prize a dainty ny 0f jastcr ijjCS( no OIle necd be
basket design is $2. without lilies this ycarl Riotously
colorful blooming, potted plants with
exquisite triflings of crepe paper will
make more happy the Easter holiday.
Early Spring Mil
linery Tells of
ness. DON JOUR"
5ttle spring chap
cau with charm
into our midst
with the first
robin! The Belle
and Farnam, has
a lovely showing
of the newest
notes in "hat-dom."
mot sophisticated coloiiuus with docks atlei led by the "younger set "
A Florist Who Assumes Every Gift rich dark embroidering, daughter The 'iol tops." very tnuit. ranging
Flower Responsibility may select a daintier shade wiiii m pine ironi .k to i.vj onen nave
E I.ARMOX. Ilorist Hotel l"8,l,cr cimronirnc,. r.xnuis" minnsim i"i
. , .. ... 10,, , . conceptions, -.v.i a jam. int "s '-.
Vlliviltlii, loiil MIIU 1'Ollia., K.i,,., aii.t .-liri-Li-il titkiift Are "an- tins are the new Derby fibbed silk
vill aitistical'v arrange your Faster jug big" to quote one of the en- and cotton spoils hose in the tweed
all the details lo ihusiastic gentlemen of this delight- shades at ?1..V. A .lollowup ot tne
(lower gifts leave
nun you it not ue disappointed. j hop; ratines will continue m
Whether the gift is to be a subtly popularity throughout the coming
appealing corsage, a mass of cut rason. these in plain ground.,
Dowers, or a glowing bit of potted c,cck or biripes at $1 and $125.
plant growth, it is sure to be "right"
if left to the judgment of thjs florist. f vou'd be ultra-smart your
imported' wool hoe aie the imported
iles haudi lorkd. alo lare lisles. SI
t $2. 1-ashion authorities say that
Milady's silk hose must he light col
ored tanging from onion shade lo
blond so we have offered: Meadow
"hankie" would have a decoration of kirk, seaside, crane, vervain, colors
while daisies on its black linen sur- new and entrancing. 1 he April bride
face and most important of all its will lind in this department delect-
border would be a black net frill. able bits of gauziness to peep mod-
rtly under the ivory satin skirt edge.
Let Your Confirmation Gift Be Ap- " " V"Z 'Zul.Z
an intricately threaded embroidery
model. Equally lovely are these
dainty hose for the confirmation
Enter Flapper Sport Sticks! A
The Wrap Silhouette Determined by As Beautiful as the Early Days of
THE 'gingham frock arrivals at
Lamond's,, 17th and 'Farnam.
Green checked gingham is an , en
chanting thing when it fashions a
gingham frock buttoned down the
front with gleaming buttons of pearl;
when its blouse is a coat insofar as
widely -cut revers are concerned;
Flowers for Easter.
THERE'S but one way to express
the true significance of Easter
day flowers! The John Bath Flow
er shop, 18th and Farnara will act as
your messenger of love at Easter
time with fragrant potted loveliness
in exquisite containers of paper and
ribbon, suggesting cut flower ar
rangements particularly pleasing if
Extreme Chic Attained Only by
the Permanent Wave.
NO hairdrtss is lovely enough un
til it has had as its foundation
the modern discovery of the beauty
cult, the permanent wave. But, not
any and every permanent wave! No!
It should be placed in Milady's hair
by the artist of hair arrangement, the
student of individual scalp treat
ments who at all times does only
what is best for the hair growth.
You will find the permanent wav
ing achieved by the specialist, Mr.
Robert of the Black and White
Room, Burgess-Nash, and Mr. Frank
of the Salon de Beaute, Hotel Fon
tenelle, unexcelled, of entire satis
faction both from the standpoint of
beauty and hair health. The cost?
Exceedingly reasonable I assure
madam 1 For your greater conven
ience the New Beauty shop opened
in the Blackstone hotel under the
management of these two well
knowo specialiiU .
the Personality of the Wearer.
IHE Paris Mode sponsors so
many and amazingly l oveiy
wraps that milady is compelled to
choose her wrap according to her
gracious personality. Orkin Bros.,
Conant Hotel building, 16th and
Harnev. offer an extensive showing
of wrap triumphs, models in which when its short sleeves, belts and
one will find embodied every ravish- pockets are trimmed in gorgeously
iflg style note of the Spring Mode, wrpught Bulgarian embroidery,
in colors and fabrics as well as dis- Frocks ranging in price through
tinctive stylings at a special .pricing such figures as $875, $10.75, $12.50
of $28. A pre-Easter sale of partic- to $17.50. -
ular importance! , .
, Old Hats Reblocked and Trimmed to
Light blue ribbon embroidered in mSPri.ngime F"sh"ess-
wi,.u .j ,.,!,,!. ! n fmrl- NTHE Kruger Hat Shop, 303 Bat-
asnion ocis uic acu 01 ncr np- maun. r.ni.v - ri T .. :n :... .,.. lTocioi.
proval on the New Curled "Bob." of midnight blue cashmere crepe. A ker Block, will give taster
'j'HE F. M. SCHADELL & CO..
- hair department, 1522, Douglas,
ars showing an exceptionally clever
new "bob" its softly curled mass ar
ranged in natural puffings which cov
ve.r the entire back of the head. Im
possible to do this coiffure justice,
won't , you drop into the. shop and
enjoy its loveliness for yourself?
HAPPY indeed is the recipient of
lit annrnnriate cift. The Toll 11
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I IV ill i.ini'n jinvi -nv-., ui.iiv""
and Capitol, has prepared very fine
small diamonds in ring mountings as saacecr bit of bamboo has an am
confirmation gifts at Faster time, the ,fr handle banded in black, $250.
prices range from $25 up. Appro- rj,c 0f brown wood has a glinting
priate you'll declare upon viewing red handle with nonchalant wrist
these exquisite giftings. Suggested Cord of brown.
ts appropriate to the gift selection
at-the Easter holiday are watches. One Hears a Lot About "Stouti"
It is an excellent time to give the r1II,-c..c ..j( ..... ,.i
boy 'a watch to carry during his 'T'HkRES a great deal expressed
young manhood. The girl will en- -1- by "Stouts' one knows at once
inv a rtaintv tilttr wrist watch, it fl.at i1it' nniptliinir rnmintr in re-
Bound tor or- delicately wrought engraving as gard to corsctry. One can be a young
eign Shores. beautiful in effect as tiny diamonds, stout" without much figure, this
THERE'S a cleverly set. Watches are priced at young person can be successfully fit
group .of stur- $20 and $25. ted iu one of the Dorothy Hill cor
dy trunks on the - sets; if an old "stout" there are re
floor of Freling & "Don't Advertise Much." during possibilities in a proper cor-
Stemles Luggage Ol AID Mr. Pred of The Emporium, set model. J'lttmg rooms. Znd floor,
O 3io South 16lh, the other day Neville Block, J6th and attrney.
when I was very delighted to find .
dresses for two of my customers at Tleated collar and cuffs of con-
the ridiculously low prices of $10 wasting crepe de chine trim a one-
and $15. "People just have to come piece sports frock of the same ma-
!M 1-.s vamilrt.. i l.ann nccntinf fit tprlal
. A., for they're i - .if... i u.
ound for foreign .., ,.Krrn 'r pvpa ... the
...luu. f J -J "
Emnorium values. W'e re making
r j Vul a special feature this year of dresses
wararoDe . .men t:n ?o cn.
aeS'telhf . Xy "P and 50' feW 3t higher
The very latest umbrella is
hort, with a bulgy
ory touched with
Have You Begun Molding Youth
Into Your Face?
YOU can you know you can cap- Accessories Inspiration
ture and keep youth if you'll Q OMETIMES it is well to plan
follow the instructions of Mary O the accessories to the " costume
Ballard, beauty specialist, 3917 tar- , r . , , , . . .
nam. phone Harney 3555. Make an befoe the actual purchase of Iu
appointment for one of the milk- Vs"m ftfl inspiring are thf
cereal facials, they're most delight-, V 3 A? B it" -ii
ful! Polly knows! At 10-arrived! at Hayden a. Of course Milady will
The first hour was given over to a wa? a". '"dividual perfimie-there
perfect cleansing of accumulated ar.e'" t-h, frf" i'tat,V'!
- . rf Maine ta ilit tuafar. a 7 Sr. valiis
creams, powders, and, even rouge! T' - ' nc
A skillful massage of nerve centers
of neck and shoulders! Then a bit
of eyebrow shaping, then the pack
of delightful coolness which was ap
plied after Lady Polly was all
"tucked into bed." A nice, restful
sleep, refreshing applications of hot
and cold towels. Result a relaxed
nervous state a marvelous , fresh
ness of eyes and skin. Five minutes
care daily is a part of the treatment
prescribed by this specialist .,.
and b a r n a m,
wlikh have been
maijked with the
names, Omaha, U.
ports. You'd know
they were Hart-
or splendid con
PancT YouVl Tbby" and .hp,
finri u. ...... handle of carved iv.
j'nu iiiVi lit w
crepe makes a
" charmful contrast
on a dark brown
sports -sailor in
crushed scarf and
Fashion Sets the Seal of Her Ap-
thought of select
ing a sports skirt
with silk crepe
slip to prevent
Have You Selected Your Etchings?
IN the little window at the A.
Hosne romnanv. 1513 Drmirlas.
Berkley Grenadines "The Tie of a
THE J. T. McQuillen Shop for
t i. .nm a. oiiin. I, loveliness to the old chapeau. rt-
ivaerrated cuffs of rose nanne vel- freshen your furs, feathers and mara- you may v;ew ti,e exquisite etchings
vet fringed with coarse silk. ' bou. Closed after 2 on Saturdays. which are being given away in the in
terest ot art Dy tins store, urigtnai
etchings bearing the autograph of fa
mous artists, photo carbons and color
prints, this is an opportunity without
parallel fo'r schools, musicians, art
Invprc in ernrnt TI-ia vArw nlain
frames which these pictures require; Footwear Model Which Assures an
an. nf mnrcc tn hnuoht at Hm.v Impression of Conservative Good
Though the decided spring trend in footwear is still considered more pe-s TIlat .wouj oniy be courtesy. ' Taste.
or less of an unknown quantity, this necd not inconvenience the dis- THE woman of fastidious tastes in
tinctively -dressed woman. She may choose footwear whicli blends witn Suits of cordine- are introduced -- footwear will find most delight-
Foot Dress a Fascinating
Factor of Milady's Toilette
. flen, 15U iarnam, has an ex- h costunle and shows the same individuality her costume expr
le"S,'rf.. "t?5-.s-?,? ,0l,lht neW Therefore, while tfie boot shops are uncertain whether to feat
Tl f 11- .If 1 1 l. oa iinrorHlll .'lufhr trt tPatlire tlOVPI-
n i i r' j- t i inerciuic. Willie llic uuut a va ai i ui-v. ... .........x. w
Berkley Grenadine ties which are on- ties. i shoes and slippers, as in seasons past, or whether to play up the
usually smart in appearance as well utAiVl ..jV.il. ' a...: ,;..fnr ti,. ,vmn f fashion
as hpincr ri.ntinnallv nrartiral in sensiDie sine anu snow uruguc uu wHig-"" ;
as being exceptionally practical in her own dictates. As always, her apparel is chesen with most
V""""-. . " .,: Jr.ic no tn l..ro onrf rr a linn a I Slflp P 1311 TPS at tlie 111S11 tide
dllCllUUU V. vw ijv, n'.u .
for spring. They use pin tucks as ful the new gray suede pump with
trimming. , . gracefully curving patent pieces
which they're showing at the Herz-
Easter Hemstitching Orders Gotten berg shoe department, second floor,
at 29c. The French powders are of
fered at' unusual cuts, too. Piver'i
Coty s and Djer Kiss, stetson kid
gloves, all shades in two-clasp styles
are $2.25. In the way of jewels, there
are exquisite Richelieu pearls, $10
values at $5.99. Handbags, neckwear,
ribbons and laces add to the inspira
tion attendant to the successful con-.
summation of, Milady's loveliness on
Real lace bfack, white and- col
ored, is used in combination with the
filmy materials to produce exquisite
Easter Lilies in Exquisite Abandon.
"PIELDS of Easter lilies will be
on display this ' week in the
Welsh Flower Shop, Brandeis thea
ter lobby, 17th and Farnam. Great,
exquisitely perfect blossoms, you
find them the Easter flower par ex
Bracelets are exceedingly popular,
some women adorning their bare
arms with bracelets at the wrist and
above the elbow. A grea.t many
rhinestone flexible bracelets are worn
with evening dresses, but with the.
more somber afternoon gowns col-,
ored or black bracelets are the most
Wide Color Range Is a
Boon to Fashion's
designs will be noted by the discrim
inating purchaser, for the colors in
troduced are those to please the most
conservatively inclined. "Wilt wear
forever." one man avers. They're
priced at $3 and $3.50.
Out Promptly Before Easter.
MRS. TARPENNING of
a wild rose or sweet
Easter Cards of Rare Appeal
THE stationery department of the
Mode Pleating Company. Fourth same mode, js offered in black' suede vivid shades, there arc burnt orange,
with patent trim, either pair, $18.00. mchsia and warm tomato tones from
A dainty shoe in which to meet the which to choose. In pastel shades
spring. come lovely pale greens, orchids,
" yellows and blues shading into sap
Crystal bugles are used in all-over phire. Despite this lively competi-
effects on colored "Georgettes. lion, however, the all black or all
white costumes yield not an inch.
New Songs to Lighten Hearts as In fact, at least one black gown is
Well as Heels. an indispensable part of the well-
COME selected bits of svncooaled dressed woman's wardrobe, and this
.1 . .
Floor, Paxton Block. Sixteenth and
Farnam, sends us the comforting
message quoted" above. Don't hesi
tate to bring your work in even .at
the last minute. The silver inlay
stitchery is most effective have you
A bathing cape of rubberized silk
shows the gayest of Koman stripes
of the season's modes. As her gowns express her individual taste, or the
clever choice of her modiste, so may her shoes tread tins patn ot iree-
Ar.m frnm slavplil- adhprinri to the wav of the dav. ' i
She may soar from brown oxfords, with their accompanying wool.
stockings, which place her in the class of the sensible everyday woman,
to the darina mode of feathered slippers and no stockings at all, which
An Easter import-16-button suede lift here at once from the realms of the commonplace.
glove exquisitely embroidered in pur- The Egyptian strapped slipper was m the class of footwear relegated
pie grapes, $8.50; lZ-button length in to evening ano ueciaeaiy oress utuwi,-imu a. VyV,
silver gray or mode embroidered in made it an item of everyday occurrence. In fact, its effect in rich fabric
and brocade for formal evening wear had Deen lessened Dy us too common
n t.a ett-t. frf MtrArftiv KpvrtMpcc thp well slinit woman
favors this sandal sliooer for the evening dance or dinner party, and it running diagonally across its sur
is very charming amid its proper surroundings. facc'
Pir nmm timit nacf ctnrL-ino-a in taimf. natural and amber have held
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-L Brandeis Stores Main Floor lull sway. Charming they are with simple satin pumps, witnout ornament- uqih uj .u8 v..,tm .ul Jslj uouglas, headquarters tor the
Brafldeis Stores is showing unusual- ation, and with the one-strap patent slipper so much in evidence thrc-ugh the Easter Apparel new in music.
ly pleasing greeting cards for Easter last summer and fall. These light stocking effects were faithfully played TfvERY minute before Easter is "Gee, But I Hate tQ Go Home
this year. Even the very inexpensive up as long as black remained the color of the day. One grew accustomed J-iprecious, cail Dresher Bros., Alone" 50c
cards, 5c each, are artistic and come to seeing any gathering of fashionable women, for tea or greater diversions. Twenty-second and Farnam. Atlantic ""Old-Fashioned Girl" 30c
from makers of rarely artistic greet- assume similarity to a cloud of black butterflies, relieved only by the lighter 0345. without delay for prompt de- ' My Gal" 3ilc
ing cards and mottoes. One can buy color stockings revealed above the dainty black slipper. livery call for the necessary apparel "Sweet Baby" 30c
as lovely a card as one desires for This continued vogue for natural shade has evinced two decided varia- to be cleaned before Easter Sunday. "Venetian Nights" 30c
there are offered hand-tinted ex- tions. Milady chooses wool sDcks, which she rolls town below her skirt's Don't wait! A few hours may make "California" ". 30c
quisitries as well as Easter gift jaunty hemline, or she swings to more daring effects and chooses no a tremendous difference in final de- When ordering please include
books, stockings at all 1 livery, postage in check.
The wide color ranse asrain
heels are extreirle French, with the furnishes an example of fashion's
new open effect at cither side. The adaptability. If one prefers the
melody to 'find popular place on
the piano bought at the A. Hospe
company sheet music department,
with no restriction to youth. For
every young girl there is the de- ,
sired blck dress, if she will but find '
it. It may be fashioned of chiffon, -crepe
satin or canton crepe.
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