THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1921
2 H IHGNDIL AAIESNA, OEBR1,[2
WM. GOODYEAR & COMPANY
Lovely Winter Coats
at Sale Prices
W HAT, with winter more advanced than
it has been at this time for many years,
is of greater import than the coat one is to
wear? All of which makes the reductions
occasioned by our Anniversary Celebration
unusually, but not unduly, interesting.
To quote materials and colors, to describe
trimmings and embellishments, to relate the
almost innumerable variations one may see
would be delightful - but very, very un-
necessary. For by their low prices, we in-
sist, these lovely garments shall be known.
$ 49. $ .00 $79.50
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In Looking 'Round
if one would be quite bewitching
in her street or afternoon attire
one will wear a choker - alsost
any fur, it may be, for almjost:iiany
far is an fait. $13.50 to $75.
A dainty petticoat of satin, crepe
de Chine or georgette is the correct
foundation for any evening gown.
In flesh color usually. Plain or
with libeautiful lace inserts. $5 to
$15. ! 5
The suggestion is offered, that a
young woman who has much trot.
ting aboot to do, whether It he
with classes or with some, less en-
ervating activity in mind, should
wear a sports coat of suedine, col.
lared with raccoon. Some are as
low as $49.>0.
Oh, the subtleties one may be re-
sponsible for with the aid of an
ostrich fan. Properly handled,
such a charming accessory is in.
deed dangerous against mere
males. The new fans are in all
colors, Including black. $7.50 to
Tafel has designed gowns for ev-
ening wear that sur.pass in beauty
anything we have ever displayed.
Modest in price. $65 to $89.50.
Christmas Shopping - no, it is not
too early - may be very wisely
and profitably and pleasantly done
at Goodyear's. Particularly If It is
ost of Suggestions for
TJ OR the gift without the giver is bare." Remember? It explains why hand-
made gifts in which deft fingers find expression are more to be desired than
the many factory products - which may be ordered in lots of a dozen or more.
The Art Goods section is filled with suggestions for Christmas giving. Truer
now than it will be, for many of the articles will be impossible to replace this sea-
Another point - handmade gifts are usually cheapest.