San Antonio Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 102, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 11, 1920 Page: 3 of 67
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SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL II, 1920.
especially n f
Taffeta, are a
pleasure t o
I li i n summer
frocks; and \
CorntrHouston and Jsfiforton Strvetc
At '/i« Ctmtr af San Antonio*
Daylight Clnthinp Dept.—2nd Floor
Smart Soft Collars
NECK TO NECK WITH THE
LEADING STYLE IDEAS
Made up in novelty and plain weaves of
rich silks, fine mercerized cloths and
sturdy, dressy cotton materials. Wide size
range, 13/2 to 21. Arrow. Barker, Trian-
gle, Manhattan and other noted brands.
Cool Underwear of
Light Thin Fabric
Silks that are the coolest thing next to noth-
ing, and Mulls and Handkerchief Linens that
arc coolest next to Silks. Then .conic Madras,
Nainsook, Muslin and others in plain and fancy
woven patterns, or often with a silk or colored
stripe or dot. Priced $1.45 up to $7,50.
Eel us also mention the summer underwear
of KNITTED silks, silk and linen, wool, part
wool or all cotton, at $1.50 up.
Neat Silk Hose
-Fibers and the real article—or if you pre-'
fer lisle, or zephyr weight wool, we have
them too. White, black and every desir-
Msn'i Fumishlilii—Street Floor
Whether You Wear
Low or High Shoes
FOR SI MMER, WE ARE PREPARED TO
CARE FOR VOI R WANTS
And as much can be said regarding the kind
of shoe materials you prefer: canvas, buckskin,
calfskin or kidskin. And as to color, we have
'em all; white, pongee, tan, brown, cordovan,
EIGHT TO EIGHTEEN DOLLARS
English and Brogue lasts to meet the popular
demand and moderated, but equally smart,
styles to provide for men less wtreme in their
taste—and for elderly men who are ultra-con-
Men's Shops—Street Floor
Honest to Goodness
Straw Hat Weather
—has "sho" been hanging around San Antonio the last few
days, making it warm for men who arc still wearing their
felt top-piece. There is many a hothead in the old town,
and we've got the new hat that will cool them off. STIFF
STRAWS-AND PANAMAS- Leghorns and Bangkoks,
too, besides the novelty braids fashion Is just introduc-
ing. $2.50 to $25.00.
lint* for Men—Street Floor
LIGHT WEIGHT, SOFT FINISHED—AND ROOMY
All with French turn-back cuffs—out some have collar at-
tached, collar with or no collar at all. More patterns than we
t c<n tell about. Silks $10.00 up, others $1.85 up.
Breezy Patterns ill
—Patterns and silk weaves
that refresh the appearance
and please the eye. Thev are
bright and cheery like the sea-
son thev are for. $1.00 up.
We're Ready to Outfit
Men for Summer
Large shipments of fresh, clean merchandise for an
tropical weather wear have just been unpacked.
THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, in
■ particular, is pre-eminently pre-
pared—having on hand now suits of
every desirable description, exceeding
in number and surpassing in variety
all former displays shown at the open-
ing of a summer season,
Palm Beach Suits
Many shades, $13 to $35
• Silk Pongee Suits
Priced from $20 to $,".1
Tropical Worsted Suits
Priccd from $25 to $65
Summer Woolen Suits
Priced from $12 to $f)ft
A display as varied as the tastes of mankind in the
matter of clothes, and as resourceful in its capacity
to fit—as men are differently shaped. Slims, stouts,
etc,, receive their proportion of thought just as
regular sizes do—when we arrange our assortments.
CormsrMemstm exud1 Jeffbrmn Strata
Jit ifio Center of Sjn Mntonio's MctbiUins
MRS MILLER IS STILL WITH I S DEMONSTRATING KILN JOLIE CORSET
OA MI SOLES
because of the
a n important
item in mi-
robe J-ee tho e
of daintv pin;
crepe de iliirc
and s a t i a.
The Second Set of Offerings 5Vom Our
Series of Unusual Selling Events
THE FIRST SET WAS ANNOUNCED LAST SUNDAY, WITH
A PROMISE THAT FROM TIME TO TIME OTHERS WOULD
FOLLOW,AND THAT PROMISE IS BEING MADEGOOD HERE
-IN THIS ANNOUNCEMENT FOR MONDAY'S SHOPPERS.
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Refreshing: as a summer's breeze arid just a.* we'- F or summer's cool days in the motor on the f'reet,
at matinee, etc., arc
MODES THAT IMPRESS THEMSELVES UPON ONES
come, are these
DISTINCTIVELY FASHIONED AND DELIBERATELY
LOW-PRICED TO BRING ELATION AND ECONOMY TO THE SENSE OF STYLE THROUGH CHIC ORIGINALITY \NI) Ap.
WOMAN WHO WILL BUY FROCKS MONDAY. PEAL TO ONE'S SENSE OF SAVING THROUGH LOW I'ltK fcs
29.58 33.75 49.50 35.90 42.09 59.50
Si/.cs for Women and Misses.
Floral and novelty Georgette as well as those of plain
hues, among which white and flesh are now widely the
vogue. Taffeta, too, shimmering and lustrous—youthful
in its influence upon the appearance of the wearer. Styles
with gayety as the keynote, others quaint and demure, oth-
ers stunning in dignity—for street and every smart infor-
Women's and Misses' Size.s
Ripple and box-coat effects so flattering to the mis*.
Flaring and numerous belted versions which most cverv
figure can wear—and tailored types, ever tempting to every
woman. Navy Blue is, of coursc, the leading hue, hut
there are tans, blacks, rookie, Foch blue to please women
wanting something different. Are of Serge and Wool
Poplins—with silk linings in most cases.
Skirts For All Summer
Skirts for sport, for travel, for
dancing, for lawn fetes, for
women engage in.
Wonderful Woolen Skirts at
SI0.00, $16.75, .$25.00
Dressy, durable Tricotine and Serge
in compelling tailleur models, navy and
black. Novelty diagonals in accordion
and knife plaited styles, striped or in
plain effects. WHITE SKIRTS. TOO.
in Woo! Jersey and Serge.
street, for matinee, for informal
business—and what not' that
Glistening Silk Skirts at
$25.00, $35.00, $39.50
Visualize their magnificence and man-
ner by the significance of their materi-
als. Fantasi, Kumsi-kumsa, Tricolette,
Georgette, Queen Anne Satin and Taf-
feta—and their colors: orchid, maize,
peach, white, hclfo, cardieu, beige, taupe.
- were never more charm-
ing. Ingenious ideas in
weaving, in fashioning,
in color, are the reasons,
as our showing will
-Quaint as a Quaker town
yet as chic as New York
town, particularly so of
the "Linda," Smocks, for
which we are sole agents,
-Some beautiful to the de-
gree possible only to
hand done lace work and
embroidery; others sim-
ple and practical as lisle
can make them.
-The foundation of fash-
ion; they mould the fig-
ure to meet the fad.
Large stocks of the bet-
ter of the best makes.
A Bevy of Beautiful Blouses
INTERPRETING THE VOGUE IN ITS MOST VIVACIOUS
and rcflcctinc the gladsome spirit of summer-time
Creations of Georgette
$7.50. $10.00. $15.00
Styles beyond comparc for the moncv, m
you will agree when you encounter their
beauty and needlework. Tailored or embel-
lished styles, cleverly set off with or with-
out roll and flat collars, filet and val laces,
dainty tucks, etc., or sprays of thread work
or beading. Flesh and white.
$5.95, $7.50, $10.00
Every stitch, every feature of adornment
the Mouse entirely—is the work of skilled
fingers, M'insomc styles oft hand-embroi-
dered or boasting bits of hand-made val and
filet lace. They're of snowy white
Alter Cloth and French voile.
TRICOLETTE BLOUSES, TOO—in this event—$10.00. SI9.50 and $22,50
The lustre of their glimmering, silky material imparts the richness nf tone -nd eleganc of tho r
styles. Slip-over versions showing French, Oriental and Egyptian influences in their -,ilhou?tte.
color and thread-work trimmings. Among the shade- are navy, black. American hcautv, rose, flesh,
enpen, geld and henna.
A SALE: Girls' M.W and
$10.00 Tub Fraeks, ttzea • to
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