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December 04, 1917 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-12-04

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Special Exposition of Christmas

Furs

from

William H. Jtiller, Detroit

Last Days-Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

SEPARATE PIECES
Ball or canteen muffs; plain throw or animal scarfs.
Black, red and taupe fox; Hudson seal; wolf; racoon; lynx; opossum;
coney, and Iceland fox.
Price $7.50, $10.00, $15.-00, $20.06, $25.00 to $75.00.

Kit Coney....
Red Fox . . .
NaturalRacoon
Black Wolf ...

. .. . .$
... $
. .. $

FUR SETS
17.50 Jap Fox......
35.00 Black Fox
47.50 Hudson Seal
70.00 Alaska Cross Fox.

... $ 75.0
$82.5
$110.0
$195.0

LUXURIOUS FUR COATS FROM $75.00 TO $500.00

in- '

Silk Dresses Clearing

at

1-4

Less

I

Simple styles for street wear and fancy

models for afternoons.,

Dresses of satin with satin sleeves and white satin collars.

More elaborate gowns of satin, crepe mpteor or charmeuse with beaded tr
Charming combinations of Georgette with filet lace collars and gold threac
ed embroidery on sleeves and bodice, or on the panels of the skirts.

Taupe, Burgundy, gray, reseda, Chinese
The complete collection.

blue, brown and black.

generall

re-
or-

All

Coats (Except Fur Coats) also

Iby
the
ele-

1-4

Less

Plushes, velvets, wool velours, broadclothes, kerseys, por poms
taupe, brown, green, Burgundy, navy, black, Jap blue and beet-root.
Large and smaller collars-entirely of fur, plush, self material, or

and mixture

IS

edged with

AL

--Leonard D. Ab-
the radical group
dman is the head,
al meeting of the
York, here, today.
Sspeech he said
volution is an ln-
nd will undoubt-
"ut the world. He
said the aims of
ere similar to the
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ry after the Cor-
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yed a great com-
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ng honor elevens
'd.
Is Jewish History
man of the Semit-
livered a lecture
Jewish Students't
told the members
>t gain control of
Lt but by peace-

Narrow and belted models. Made with
shirred on yoke in the back and belted only

high or regulation'waist lines.
in front.

Some ar

Loose sleeves with deep cuffs.

Half or fully lined with plain or fancy

satin.

Sizes for juniors, misses, women, and many stylish stout sizes up to 52.
Not a single reservation!

Fine

Suits

at

just,

1

-2

Price

Broadcloths, velours, burellas, tricotine s and velvets.
Mannis tailored styles; and dressy models, cleverly shirred
med with fur or velvet.

and pleated, and

Because of their rich warm materials and interlinings
adapted for all-winter wear.
Navy, black, taupe, green, brown and Burgundy.
Sizes and styles forwomen and misses.
Choice Tuesday at HA Price.

the majority of the su

J,

deliver

(Fashion Salons--Second Floor)

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