THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921
WM. GOODYEAR & COMPANY
A Feature of Silk and Wool
Dresses at _$25!
featre fferng f desses.
Not necessarily because their ward-
robe Is In dire need of the addition
at ths time.
But because in a few months a
gament such as one of thesewm
be In line for considerable service.
And they know that this present
price Is low. Lower, in fact than
they can hope for later.
For there's strik amon Few
more fall and winter apparel will
be made this year.
Dwe agree that their Isaws
mov and an economical expendi.
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Beautiful Frocks Ordinarily Priced Much Higher
SILK and woolen dresses - a wonderful assort-
ment - are included in this very special fea-
ture. Models which would ordinarily bring twice
as much are offered at a price which precludes
all doubt of value-giving.
More specifically, the woolen ones are of tric-
otine and Poiret twill. Some plain; others lavish-
ly embellished with silk braid and embroidery,
or with imitation caracul in gray. Navy blue and
The silk dresses are almost exclusively of
Canton crepe, trimmed as are the better styles
this season. Here again, both the severely plain
and the more elaborate are seen. Navy blue,
brown and black.
An opportunity almost without parallel for
the young woman to buy a becoming frock at a
ridiculously low price.