San Antonio Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 53, No. 363, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 29, 1918 Page: 7 of 58
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SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1918.
Springtime Lovliness Trips Into the Joske Store With This
Joske Bros. Co.
To accommodate holders of
Liberty Bonds we will buy for
CASH Liberty Bonds of First,
Second, Third and Fourth is-
sues in denominations of $50
and $100, at the price quoted on
that morning in the San An-
tonio Express (New York Quo-
This is an accommodation.
JOSKE BROS. CO.,
Bv Alexander Joske, Pres.
$2.50 Table Cloths $2.19
A Monday bargain in Table Cloths of satin finished damask.
The cloths are 64x64 inches of heavy quality in pretty stripe-d and
fleur de lis patterns. Each cloth is hemmed and laundered ready
for use. Ercellent $2.50 values $2.19 tomorrow.
$1.75 Bath Mats $1.39 — Bath
Mats 26x40 inches of heavy double
thread terry cloth in fast shades of
blue and pink. Mats are bound and
will lay flat to the floor—will not
:url up. Usual $1.75 values, $1.39.
65c Scarfs 39c—Japanese Scarfs,
18x50 inches, in fast colored Japan-
:se designs with hemstitched hems.
Jsual 65c values, tomorrow 39c.
75c and 85c Napkins 69c Doz.
Japanese Napkins, 12x12 inches, in
blue bird, wisteria, bamboo and
other pretty patterns of fast color,
all with hemstitched edge. 69c doz.
and 85c napkins, tomorrow, dozen,
85c Scarfs 65c — Dresser Scarfs
18x50 inches with lace motif in each
end and finished with lace edge.
Styles usually 85c, tomorrow 65c.
fCALENDARS FOR 1919 FREE to
^ adults if they will call at the Wom-
en's Shoe Dept., Section B, Street Floor.
Prettiest of Styles in
Coming social functions demand proper dress—and no part of
milday's costume is wf more importance than her slippers, joske's
is ready with every correct fashion in party slippers and all at
moderate cost as evidenced by these brief price facts:
"That's Me All
Over, Ma hie
Here's the sequel to "Dere Mable." If you enjoyed "Dere
Mable," you'll find "That's Me All Over, Mable" a sure gloom
The date of publication is January 15. Leave your order
at Joske's tomorrow and be sure to get cue of the first copies.'
Kipling's Hooks at 75c
"Soldiers Three," by Kipling, 75c copy.
"The Light That Failed," by Kipling, 75c copy.
"Plain Tales From (he Hills," by Kipling, 75c copy.
"Departmental Ditties," by Kipling, 7oc copy.
"A Journal From Our Legation in Belgium," by Hugh Gibson, 75c, ■
"The Marne"— Edith Wharton's new book. $1.25 copy.
"The Peak of the Load"—Mildred Aldrich's new book, $1.35 copy. f
A delayed shipment including more than twenty new
and pretty designs in reversible eiderdown.
You'll find these double faced eiderdowns particularly
desirable for bath robes. 59c yard.
Women's Opera Slippers of glazed
I'hite kid, finished with high
Louis XV heels. $9.00 pair.
Women's Oxfords of glazed kid,
<nade with light turn sole and high
.ouis XV heel. $10.00 pair.
Women's Opera Slippers of gold
t>r silver cloth and finished with the
'ugh Louis XV heel. $10.00 pair.
Women's Opera Pumps of patent
kid with the light turn sole and high
Louis XV heel. $8.00 pair.
Women's Opera Pumps of glazed
kid finished with light turn sole and
the high Louis XV heel. $7.00 pair.
Steel Buckles of rhinestones, jet,
beads and cut steel to match the
party slippers. $2.00 to $6.00 each.
Vanities, Coin Holders
and Bags: HA LF Price
Another unusual offer for tomorrow—an opportunity to choose
from the very newest and prettiest styles in
Gold Filled Vanities, Coin Holders and Mesh Bags
regularly priced up to $50.00 and pay HALF PRICE.
Here then is your chance! If you have admired a vanity, coin
holder or mesh bag and been deterred from buying because of the
price, you can choose now and pay exactly half.
The . New Modes ^ Are Shown
First at Joske 's—AS USUAL
A garden seems to have bloomed within this store, despite the fact that it is near-January
—a garden abloom with all the beauty of Spring. Ready tomorrow are displays of the very
prettiest of new Spring-1019 Frocks. And we believe these displays will be of universal interest
to all women—first because in giving introduction to the new fashions, they forecast the
modes of the new season to come: secondly, because their priccs are so moderate—
$17.50, $25.00, $30.00
$35.00 and up to $80.00
Entirely new in line and fashion are thesu Springtime dresses of taffeta, Georgette,
crepe meteor, foulard, serge, Poiret Twill and Indestructible voile. Some arc draped, others
arc made with Van Ovke overskirts, while ruffles, pleats, beading and ribbon arc used in many
new ways. Many, too, are set off with a touch of lace, jet, embroidery or braiding—all distinct-
And the colors are beautiful—kingfisher blue. Henna, dark rose, tan, smoke
blue, navy, French blue, silver, Hold, Belgian blue, pearl, ficsli and white.
There is only one way to know the charm and beauty of these Dresses—one must sec them.
Their pretty style will win your favor—and their remarkably small prices make them irre-
$17.50, $25.00, $27.50, $30.00, 35.00 and by easy steps up to 80.00.
New Year Greetings
If someone you forgot remembered you at Christmas then
be sure to send New Year Greetings. Many pretty postels at
lc each; New Year Cards and Folders 5c; 10c; 15c and 25$each.
Victory Notes—Box containing
24 sheets linen finished paper with
United States, French and English
flags in colors grouped on each
sheet, together with 24 envelopes
to match. 50c.
Calendars -Sunlit Room, Sun-
shine, Cheer and other calendars
for 1919. Choice 15c.
Daily Calendar—Daily memor-
andum Calendar in leather case
for desk use. $1.98.
Correspondence Cards -^Ifeheer-
white linen Correspondent#! Cards
In long narrow shape wfih gilt
edge. Box of 24 with c^Jelopes
to match. 75c.
Coupon Bond — Box doS|aining
24 large size sheets ligira»'eight
paper, together with 24 Jflfjelopes
to match. $1.00.
Service Calendars fof;|9p9 with
one or two service stare, HjPretty
The Economy Basement
Offers Many Unusual Value#
Cups and Saucers—Plain white
Cups and Saucers tor every day
use; strong and1 durable. 25c.
Baby Plates with children's dec-
orations and rhymes. 49c.
Of special interest to every woman
is the Demonstration of the famous
Ash Trays — Ash T*ay$ and
match holders of terra <rptw. 15c.
Berry Sets—Berry i«W> Cake
Sets of imported china m Attract-
ive designs. $1.69.
It Is the one waver that performs its function
PERFECTLY—it waves the hair beautifully with-
out breaking or kinking it.
And the Garrity Waver is flexible and unbreak-
able— in itself an advantage.
Colors are gray, brown, gold and black—3 large
size on card 25c and 5 regular size on card 35c.
Keeps the hair in waves for days—and is perfectly harmless »
the hair. It is wonderful for children's curls. 25c bottle.
The Specialist in Charge
ran give you valuable advice on the care of the hair. Feel free to con-
sult her at any time during the demonstration.
Tomorrow: A January Clearance of
Women's Winter Coats
First of all in connection with the clearance announced here, it is well
to remember that apparel from this store is justly celebrated for its style,
individuality and superiority of quality.
Then one must note that every coat which comprises these splendid groups was taken
directly from our own stocks. ALL are of this season's modes—the very fashions worn
with great success at this moment. All are now reduced radically.
Usual $19.50 and $22.50 Values
Coats of good warm wool velour and novelty cloak-
ings—some have large collars of self fabrics, others
with collars of kit coney that may be worn flat or in
choker style. Values to $22.50; tomorrow $12.98.
Former $25.00 Coats
About 100 of thc>e warm Winter Coats of fine wool
velour in taupe, navy, Java, brown and burgundy; made
with all-around belts, with novelty pockets and with
large collars of kit coney. All reduced to $16.98.
a Half-Trice Clearaway of
Prettiest Novelty Pieces .
Hundreds of desirable articles in the Art Needlework Section will be offered tomor-
row at exactly HALF price. The collection will be found conveniently grouped on ta-
bles and while there is a great variety, early selection is advisable.
Perfume Bottles, Salts Bottles, Glove Boxes,
Handkerchief Boxes, Brush and Comb Trays,
Mirrors, Vases, Lamp Shades, Powder Jars, Bon
Bon Boxes, Talcum Boxes Dresser Chests, Cro-
cheted Slippers Pin Cushions, Work Boxes, Sew-
ing Folds, Powder Puffs, Linen Rolls, Candy Box-
es, Spool Holders and many other articles.
Of some, there is but a single piece of a kind; of others there may be several pieces
similar in style. All, however, are highly desirable and at HALF PRICE are bargains of
the most extraordinary kind.
Values to $35.00
Splendid Coats of wool velour, cheviot, burella and
kersey in all the wanted styles—coats with collars that
may be worn flat or in choker style; coats in belted
models and many with fancy pockets. $19.94; values
$39.50 and $45.00 Coats
Fine Winter Cnat- f pompom, wool velour, broadcloth
and cheviot in black and all the favored winter shades,
prettily trimmed via kit coney, plush, velvet and self
fabrics. Coats for crly $39.50 and $45.00 are 522.50.
And 2 Skirt Bargains Monday
To $ 19.50 Skirts $
Many of the season's very hand-
somest modes are to be found in '
this sale group. Skirts of fine velour plaids and
stripes, of worsteds, chuddah cloth, satin, silk poplin
and of serge made in all the prettiest styles and in
the favored shades for present wear. Usual $12.50
to $19.50 skirts $8.79 tomorrow.
But little more than half price for
any of a group of pretty Silk
Skirts. They are made of lustrous taffeta, silk
poplin and nov v plaid silks in black, taupe and
navy. Skirts w th novelty pockets, with belts and
with sash girdles some trimmed with fringe. The
usual $10.00 styles $5.89 tomorrow.
Special New Year
Hair Goods Offering
An extraordinary sale of
Wavy Hair Switches
at One Dollar
This low price is possible only because we wish to reduce our
ample stocks before inventory taking time. All shades except gray
are offered in this unusual selling.
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San Antonio Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 53, No. 363, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 29, 1918, newspaper, December 29, 1918; San Antonio, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth430288/m1/7/: accessed September 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.