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September 06, 1918 - Image 2

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The Jewish Chronicle, 1918-09-06

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THE JEWISH CHRONICLE

PAGE TWO

Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Silverstone,
of Perth, ()tit., arc visiting their

Don't Wait Until You Have
to pay Next Winter's War-
time Prices! Buy Now—Direct
From the Makers!

mother, Mrs. J. II. Levitt, 7(<1;

Ilrush street.

F-U-R-S

M i s s Helen. Cohen, of s32 Nlc-
NI i— Lola \Veitiberg and Miss Clellan are., is spending the last
.1.11 interesting event of Tues(la
w:ts the marriage of Nlirs Helen Lillian .1ppelbattin have returned week of August at the Breakers
r. and NI r-. ' from Harbor Beach, where they Hotel at Cedar Point.
Stillnlan, daughter Of
I lenry Stillman of 1? - .! ICdi nn bialllt tWO weeks.

avenue, 10 Mr. 1Villiani
NI rs. Klinordlinger, tvIto has been
Mr. and 'Mrs. A. Srere, of the visiting here vvith her daughter.
ger,
son
of
\I
r.
and
\I
r..
Victor
You will do better than
Slesinger, which took place at the! Jacob . Nlanor opts., have returned Mrs. 11)11. 1Vacker, has returned to

present normal prices by pur-
chasing direct from America's Stotler Hotel, at I p. ill., in the• from If ten-days' visit to New York Pittsburgh, l'a.
leading manufacturing fur- presence of the immediate family. City.

Dr. Leo NI. Franklin officiated at
\Ir. and NIrs. •dward .\. .Atlas
riers.

\Ir. and Mrs. Sol F.. 1Yeitiberg have moved to their new home at
the ceremony. After an extended'
Eastern trip to New York and At- and daughter, who motored to M 011- 3971 Virginia Park.
and Mrs. \\ in. 11. treal , Ont., will spend the Holy
honk City.
Michigan Avo'
siesinger will
.. oe at honk at the Days with their parents, Mr. and
NIrs. J. II. Goldberg, of
—near Third Ti , ucr !Intel.
Mrs. Simon Lachman.
Brush Boulevard, has returm.41

HERMAN&BEN MARKS

212-216

from Long Branch, N. J.

Mr. and NIrs• Benj. Rush and
children, of tI Medbury Blvd.,

have returned to the city after sev-

eral months spent visiting eastern

resorts.

tlr. and Mrs. Louis Bielfield
have moved to this city from New
York, and arc located at 9t Gar-

field ave.

Julius Lefton, w ho is stationed
at the Raritan .1rnsell Plant, Camp

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255 Woodward 0
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2d Floor, Washington Arcrde

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"Smart Apparel for Stout Women"

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MODISII FALL GARAIENTS

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Sizes 38 to 56

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DSOS., embracing

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materials

As America's %spat

we are able

to save

,

If You Are Stout

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liardiTo-Fit you will be pleased with
Oar specially design
designed garments for stout
We ft you perfectly
and irregirlar :.gores.
whether i.tout or crm, long or short.
stylish got-
dearil hgirPa'c'efunl
r:eitItts" elaarrigneg oslen
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Coats, $29.75 to $175.00
Suits,
$25.95 to $179.50
Dresses, $24.75 to $115.00

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$115

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you assney.

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All

colors, rl!ered at prices less than those

manufacturing-retailers,

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trimmed
with
Hil dso•

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Suits and

the popular

prevaling ekewhere.

W,A1

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the latest stye ideas in Goats,

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reflectis g

touch of style and measure of quality.

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creations.



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also carry • full line of
Waists, Skirts, Negligees,
Corsets, Underwear,

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'7.

Rariton, N. J., was a visitor in the

city last week.

Samuel 1 . eifiste iti, stationed at
I ;real Lakes Training Camp, is vis-
iting his father, Nit- . I. \V. 1 Vein-

be fiorltant Shop

stein.

\I r. and NIT... S. .1rchie Cohn

and daugliter, Frances Shirley, are

visiting her father, I. \V. \Vein-

stein.

NIrs. Nathan Stern has returned
to her home in New York.

Mrs. J. Rosenzw eig is spending

the Holy l)ays in Chicago with
\I r. and NI rs. Samuel Phillipson.

Mrs. S. I'. \\'ilkus will
be at ti . onie informally Thursday
evening, September loth, at :din

r, and
East ( ;rand Blvd., to meet
Airs. Das id I.. 11. ilkus, who were
married in Chicago„Nugust III st.

The products of the FACTORY SALESROOMS are
designed to fit perfectly into interiors planned by people
of taste and discrimination.

NI is. Anna 11 . ax, of
Michi-
gan avenue, has as her guest Nliss
Betty Freidberg, of 11 .orcester,

Melrose 1320

Open 8:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M.

ue, east on War-
ren Avenue to Riopelle
Street.

(Saturday Included.)

Dust Proof and Water Proof,
Luminous Figures and Hands

Agassiz and Longines Are the
Standard Swiss Watches

For the Pocket and Wrist

eiBILDSMITHLMSMITH

Diamond

Merchants

WOODWARD AVE.AT JOHN R.ST.

Mrs. Nlamie Cherkose has re
turned from Chicago.

Warren and Riopelle

By automobile, eta

for the Wrist

Mass.

'Detroit 7urniture SI)Of$

Telephone

Military and Naval
Watches

By street car, in Woodward
Avenue and crosstown cars,
east to Riopelle Street. then
walk one block north.

Mrs. Alfred F. Gutman ( Nlay-
bell Goldberg I ha. left for Augusta,
Ga., to be with her husband, who
is stationed at the U. S. Arsenal.

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177.179-181 Woodward Ave

Nlrs. Ben Weinberg, who has
just returned from Cedar Point,

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left for Toledo, O., with her two
sisters, Mrs. I leinsheim•r and Miss
Freda Epstein.

New Fall Boots for Men

Dark Russia Calf of

Black Calf

IIERE'S a satisfaction about Fyle shoes ‘Which
man must experience to understand. This mod el
is a typical example of the style exclusiveness and un-
usual value typical of our ;- oofwear. It conies in either
dark tan I:ussia calf or black calf, with a plain 1 ,1 %
krone pattern, and \\Tit sole.
remarkal,l y
built, comfortable shoe for S7.

T

New Fall Bents
Are Ready

Priced upwards from

Floor.

$5

NEW AUTUMN
MILLINERY

Priced extremely low during our

GREAT SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY SALE

Large, small and medium, for Matron and Miss.
Affording a pleasing selection of the newest cre-
ations for the great Eastern Fashion Centers.

Space is too limited to describe them as they de-
serve—and you will be agreeably surprised at the
wonderful values to be found at

183.185 WOODWARD

$7.50 $10 $15 $20

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