Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 7, 1929 · Page 9
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" ** ,"' ! ; '^r -mi ' * . '! THE ALTQOfrTA MIRROR-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1929 Foot Troubles treated nqro by a registered chiropod- DAisy L. Cramtftrtn. 'Phone for an appointment ilth Avenue Building _ ^ MAIN FLOOR \ The William F. Gable Company Hosiery Repairing No need to discard Hosiery with runners. Bring It to our Hosiery Repair Section, have it niended at Httl« t;oat. Ilth Avenue Building BASEMENT Is Interesting News for Friday and Saturday Shoppers The New Silhouette Madora Hosiery Give Distinction to Every Feminine Fashion Savings If Bought by the Box of 3 Pairs 1 .50 ,3 Pairs $3.90 Medium, service weight silk hose, full fashioned. 45- gatige.. 12 shades. 1 .65 3 Pairs $4.25 Medium serYice weight silk hose with pointed heel. Full fashioned. 15 shades, .95 3 Pairs $4.70 Real service weight silk hose, unexcelled for long wear. 15 shades. / Junior Hose 95c Silk-to-the-top hose for the Junior girl have shaped leg. 8 shades. 3 pairs $2.65. 3 Pairs $$.60 Women's 48-gauge sheer chiffon hose with picot top. Silk all the way. 15 shades. Boys' Socks 39c Fancy % Socks, mostly Jac- quar,d patterns. Broken lines of our 50c socks. 3 pair* $1.10. Ilth-AVENUE BUILDING—MAIN FLOOR * Arch Preservers at 29th Shoe - '';!. Anniversary Prices A splendid time to purchase Arch Preserver Shoes at Anniversary Prices. Various styles in 'the group, all offered at 'exceptional. savings. Pictured patent model with suede quarter. Were $10 Were $11 Were $12.50 Ilth AVENUE BUILDING—MAIN FLOOR Boys' New Suits That Appeal to Both Mother and Son . . . -45 13 Fine all wool suits in new fall pat- f terns. Brown, tans and grays. Also blue cheviots. Sizes 8 to 18. Prep Suits $ 17.45 • Sizes 15 to 20 in these all wool , Prep Suits. Pleated long trousers, pleated vest and a 2-button, peaked lapel coaf. Desirable patterns, Boys' New Sports Coats Every boy should have one.of these splendid wearing sports coats. Well-tailored coats and all are fully lined. Beaver, wombat or leather collars. Sizes 8 to 20 years. Sheep-lined Moleskin Coats $6.95 Sheep-lined Leatherette Coats....$7.95 Sheep-lined Corduroy Coats $8.95 Horsehide Coats, sheep-lined....$17.45 Wool-lined Horsehide Jackets....$9.95 Horsehide Coats, 4 pockets $17,45 Tweed and Chinchilla Coats We have a splendid selection of fleece, tweed and chinchilla coats for the Juvenile boys as well as boys 9 to 20 years. For Juvenile Boys, $5.95 and up Boys 9 to 20 yean. .$9,95 and up Ilth AVENUE BUILDING—THIRD FLOOR Baby Coat Sets Clever little Chinchilla Coat Sets for 1 to 3 years. Consist of coat, leggings and tarn in white, pink and blue. Just the garment for wear now. Other Chinchilla Coat Sets to $12.98. Well-Uilored Chinchilla CoaU for children 1 to 3 years in white, pink and blue. $4.98 and down tp lltb AVENUE BUILDING—T$IIRD FLOOR 'Kerchiefs Imported by Us 25c to $1.00 See 'our new and varied assortment of imported Handkerchiefs in plain colors, novelty . printed designs, ha,nd-rolled edge ( and neatly embroidered styles. Novelties, 50c At this price there are the large size, hand-rolled edge handkerchiefs in novelty prints. 1 demand" 12y 2 c Some very clever prints as well as white and colored 'Kerchiefs at these moderate prices. ^' Neckwear $1 to $5 Smart collar and cuff sets, dainty panels and vestees of wash satin, lace pique and lihen to enhance the new frock or to brighten up the old frock. New Flowers 50c to $1.00 Violets in various shades, cluster effects in bright hues and gardenias in white and colors to give that added touch of chic to the costume. Ilth AVENUE BUILDING MAIN FLOOR POUDRE le Debut A Hudntit Creation ,50 A vitally different powder— containing newly discovered ingredients. It is absolutely . safe . . '. protects against wind, sunburn, and freckling. "'And because of the incredibly fine texture and smart modern shades, it ' blends - absolutely with your skin—and a'dheres indefinitely. Ilth AVENUE BUILDING MAIN FLOOR Dreary Remnants of a Summer Tan! Recondition Your Skin For A New Social Season Confronted by the dilemma of needing to look your best when your skin is at its lowest ebb, you will be wise to take the Kathleen Mary Quinlan path back to beauty. She suggests her remarkable bleaching treatment to clear your skin of a fading tan and to refine coarsened pores after a summer spent in the sun. ' The treatment includes the Quinlan Cleansing Oil, for delightful and immaculate cleansing; the Skin Stimulant which stimulates the circulation and exercises the pores; the Face Bleach, mild but effective; finally the Bleach Cream, soothing, whitening, and softening to a sun-parched skin. Conscientious treatment with these and all the exquisite Quinlan preparations will keep your skin firm, youthful and lovely the year 'round. On sale at our Toilet Goods department. Ask for the Kathleen Mary Quinlan home treatment booklet. Ilth AVENUE BUILDING MAIN FLOOR An Expression of Today * The modern girl^gone beautiful —that is the slogan of this breath-taking change in the mode, when figures become fashionable, and the natural line is considered the smart line. Man's wardrobe is once again safe from the banditry of women, while Paris looks with disdain on the straight lines of recent years. Slim, elegant, fitted—the modern girls adds beauty to her list of acquirements. A Coat for Dress or Business There are soft 'broadcloth weaves for dress—rough tweeds for business or travel. The dress coats have flared front or back and the uneven skirt—the sports coats are straightline style, some with belts. All are warmly interlined. Furred with badger, muskrat, kit fox, caracul, Manchurian vvolf, Arabian lynx, Jap fox. The Edith Dale Coats Are Dressy Models In fewest Materials Beautifully tailored coals/ in broadcloth weaves. Models with flares, uneven hemlines, semi-fitted lines, insets, and novelty tuck- irigs. Many of the coats/have fur borders, others have'the swirl effect of fur on sleeve, still others with deep fur cuffs. Collars are the Paquin or shawl type. Browns, Hunter's green, blues and black. Edith Dale Frocks for Afternoon and Street .50 69 Very smart Edith'Dale Frocks for afternoon or evening wear. Fashioned of velvet, canton crepe and flat crepe. Neat shirrings .at waistline, circular skirts, uneven hemlines, touches of lace or self-trimming and other style details.. Greens, dahlia, blackberry, brown, new blues and black. Sizes 14 to 40. The Dorine Frock Models that are different and out of the ordinary—that is the deciding point ih your choice of these Dorine Frocks in velvet, canton crepe and flat crepe. The circular flare, the higher, waistline and draped effects are in evidence, as are the new ideas of trimming. Dahlia, green, brown and black. Sizes 14 to 40. Ilth AVENUE BUILDING—SECdND FLOOR Jersey and Velvet 7-to-14 Frocks $/:.98 and to $12.98 v Very attractive models for the Sub-Juniors. Jersey frocks are one und two-piece style, many with smocking. Velvet frocks are two- piece style—sleeveless blouse with jacket. The Newest Fall Shades In the Group Ilth AVENUE BUILDING THIKD FLOOR Women's 3-Piece Pajama Ensembles Of Lustrous Rayons 95 3-piece Rayon Pajarna Ensembles in peucli and blue, black und white and red and white*. The ensemble consists of pajamas and coat to mulch. Rayon. Nightgowns Finely woven rayon nightgowns, made with round, .square or V neck. Applique trim. Pink and rf£ -t C f\ peach ........................................ jfrl . J U Union Suits Women's Athena Silk-and-Wool Suits with Duchess or low neck. Ankle and knee length. Silk- Wool Vests Women's Athena Vests with high, low or Duchess neck. Pauls to d£ -t mutch at the same price ...... !P Boys' Union Suits Merode silk-and-wool union suits \vilb high neck. Long sleeves and knee length. Sizes 4 to 7. Sizes 8 lo 16, dt"^ ^ C (2.50 to $2.75 .................... $>/, . Li J Utll AVENUE BUILDING— MAIN FLOOR Lniun Q r* , O 3 O C" • O .J Fashion's Getting High-Hat to FJARIS has discovered a new face line for her hals—-youth- *• ful, chic and daringly new. Hats, both brimmed and hrimless, are cut to reveal the forehead—and whoever wears one is young. The succesp of this fashion is therefore assured and endorsed by such authorities as Talbot, Marie Alphonsine and Patou. Some of the newest shades are firebrand, whip- nnorwill, pumpkin^ bluelte and Patou's violet. 500 Sports Hats, $1.98 to $3.98 Hth AVENUE BUILDING—SECOND FLOOR Lovely Lingerie $2-98 Splendid for Gifts At this very moderate price we have lovely crepe de chine gowns, costume slips, chemise, step- ins, bloomers and dance sets, either tailored or lace trimmed. Flesh, pencil, Nile and Lido. $3.98 At this" price lovely wilk gowns in flesh, peach, Nile and Lido.. Neat up- pliques in contrasting colors. Beautiful Negligees $ 7- 98 to $ 19 98 Rayon, crepe-back satin, georgette and crepe de chine negligees, plainly tailored or with trims of ribbon, lace, ostrich and ribbon (lowers. Piistel shades. A group of quilted robes in rose, copen, black and orchid are special at $7.98. Flannel Robes 7 .98 to 19 .98 You will want one of these Flannel Robes in beautiful color combinations—blues, browns, tans, rose and other shades. Roll collar and deep pockets. All-around bell. $12.50 Poirette Compacts less ni£ $10 Hrocaded Poirelte Compacts madu in the usual faultless manner. Lovely garments for the slender or full figures. Special for Saturday ; New Bandettes and Uplifts $1.'00 Ilth AVENUE BUILDING—THIRD FLOOR Sale 500 New Omar Pearl Necklaces c $,1.95 95 C ,. S 4 In this sale of guaranteed Omar Pearl Necklaces are 18 and 24-inch graduated strands, chokers, 2, 3 ami 4-strand pearls, 60-inch chains and lanals ,vith sterling silver, solid gold or jeweled clasps. Then, too, there are combinations of pearls and crystals. Nicely gift boxed. Pearls Ever Beloved by Women Utll AVENUE BUILDING-MAIN FLOOR

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