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rCrAT gVa ' iNIXNV * HARRISBURG tfjßW TELEGRAPH JAN 9, 1914.
Store Opens Saturday Morning at 9 O'clock 'ft"wft&w
- in tin mmothmt ran
All Our Women's and Misses' High Class Winter Suits, <t~i A f\Q
Formerly $25.00 to $45.00 —at one price, 09" gv
fdKm There's only one model of a style in the lot. We select our high priced suits in single models only so as to assure exclusiveness to each woman who purchases
one. Best of materials, best of workmanship, correct styles, all at the one price, $14.98.
The Largest Assortment of Strictly-in-Style Coats- fin aa
We've Ever Offered at This Season of the Year at «PIv.UU
i^nc ' a ost ra °rdin ar y Line of Fashionable Coats in Every Wanted Material at $7.50 Up to $25.00
These represent values that are hard to match. Despite the weather conditions which proved unfavorable to the sale of heavy winter garments we have
dispoSed of nearl y all our re £ ular lines of coats purchased earlier in the season. Now we offer the cream of the market at prices which mean savings for you of
one-third or more. . On Sale on the Second Floor, Bowman's.
mmShl" '''''' ' 7r I ~iv...i. .. f Weav^lntheChnif.^t.
'' i \ k e^eve P lent y holidays, I | Thousands of Yards of New j 1914 spring Silks
S ► and as an evidence of our belief < -tMA
»\\ 1 lilr ► we announce that a half holiday <
t ► with pay Wlll be glV — ev - ery We - e < : they exemplify the styles that will be popular and in great de
' y to each employe. This is given with < a T C Q AX/IMPQ mand as the Spring season advances.
► the confidence that the time will be < A 1 INUI AdLl OA.VIINLIO $2.00 Silk Crepe Meteor, Satin Foulards, yd., 95c
►" spent in open air recreation, to i 89cLinen Sheeting, I 25c Fancy Lawns, 12 V? C I yd SI 69 Satin foulards, 40 inches wide.
Irlpar thp "rnhwphs" and mflkp for , » yu., «p*.Ui* Sot figures in navy, brown, Copon
rffli/l/l ► Clear tne CODWeDS ana maKe IO 4 This is one of the big leading! About 800 yards, full perfect 40 i nc i lea wide: in navy, hagen, wistaria and black. Regu-
Jf L better work the remainder of the 4 items of the White Sale and we pieces. A mill clean-up, inches black, wistaria, Nell nose, hello, lar *1.25 quality.
Tvj##i \WmHvw/I 1 t> • 1 1 i think it will be all disposed of the wide. taupe and Copenhagen. \S/„ l C;|l 1 07 1 o
¥:&m\ ► week. Bright, alert salespeople 4 first day—the value is remarkable. | IQ r White Voile QC Al3 C'll C 1 J J WaSU OIIKS, yd., 0 / l-CC
r/ ! \%M mpan miirk efficient service 90 inches wide. life Wlllte voue, n/ 2 C 85c AH Silk Foulards, yd.. Striped Wash silks in pin, double
qUICK, emcient service. i About 800 yards, 40 inches wide, ,7 1 « ' J and triple stripes. 32 Inches wide.
ll\\\«\\wfe\S Store hours will remain the same, 4 OUC White rlaxon, yd. I/C for waists and dresses. An excep- 31 1-& C All shades on white ground.
lii\\\\ \ namp.lv Hailx/ Bam tn S n A ver J' flne Quality for dresses, tional value. These' Foulards are of all silk in QJIlf TrAna flo TKiito wJ
vavA\\ wv ► namely. L)any, oa.m. to o.ou p. 4 I waists, etc. supposed to be slight- 7Voc Fancv Lawns, i nav - v > black and tnn. They will be uiiK crepe fle tnme, yd.,
\\\\ N\v\ vOvilf m * and 9 a TT+ to 9D.m. on Satur- j ly imperfect—a tiny hole 54 inches '& J , very popular for Spring wear. 23 fljl QQ
\V\X\ //ll ► , ' P i apart, caused in the loom work. About 500 yards, 25 inches wide, I inches wide. ?i.O»
\\\\ \Vv\ // I day. i Too small to tlnd. pretty stripes, newest spring pat- I P„__ C*||. Qi • J \\f 1 Figured all silk crepe de chine in
terns. Great value. IHi 6 OIIK uinp6u YY 9SII Copenhagen, maliogany and grreen;
\\\v?v'\ " Signed. ' 25c L.naire Cloth, 15c BSc Diaper Cloth, pc. 69c I Silks, vd., 25c "S'Vf , ' ~
r ► I * . „ _ ] .."SSi Ct K Th e ».r,,„c„Sills Foulards, yd., 71c
R /// Villi ► U ATTTtM m s\ 4 vhe white sale. Washes and wears! 1, . plece, 27 Inches wide, striped patterns. I ( heney Brothers shower-proof
\d> /■ - V . ISOWmaH vw vo< 4 like linen. Twenty different pat-! Nonlrrltant and sanitary. ... «... p j fl» 11Q pu . ro s'lk loulards. Combination
W 25c Turkish Towels, i «AT£S.'« , £SS:
LU > Jan. 8, 1913. , &/ A c White Lawn, 4%c | ~
tv L 4 About 1,000 yards, cut from full On Sale on the Main Floor, Rear.— ] Wash Habutai, yd., 58c SllW frpn* vH HI "511
1 m r perfect pieces, 28 inches wide. I Bowman s. ~, , ~ , ' J , uiiiv vncpc, yu., <pl.au
W/ . I All silk wash Habutai. All shades | c a ,,t r , n cm- < a , u
A 5 V / ground. 36 inches wide. ; wlde . Beautiful shades of taupe
—— —=== .. II WHalitsfas Vfl 78c navy, black, wistaria and mahog
"\XTrkll VtlAwrn !: | " a3n ««DUiaE, ya., tot any Regular $1.75 quality. 1
si.so to $3 Corsets at $1 The January White Sale of Muslin j Srtt & i£.
We've gone o\tr the corset stock and selected these broken J3 T* * Figured Crepe de Chine,
j taria; 19 inches wide.
size assortments Ur the White Sale, to offer all at one price, UnCICrWCEt IS FlOgrCSSlllg 58c Satin Messaline, yd., 59c
Spl.UO. l'ormer prices were Up to $3.00. Just the corset 0 j Bulgarian figured crepe de chine ! Jn Nile, reseda, light blue, gray
adapted to your i/ced may be in this lot so it will be to your ad- There is a big reason why our January White Sale of muslin wear should be a big success. !ni• ifo^wi f jg openhaecll aild sa R e - 2? j quaiity 8 inehoa w,de - R e «uiar
vantage to be hfjfe early on Saturday. Among the lines are— We know there are a great many women in Harrisburg who await this event. It is usual for us ■> I . c«ii i a. .q q «.• pL i
I O__ IX/ ry ? to give fine values during this sale but we want to impress upon your mind that this occasion is 3HK, yd., <p1.40 | satm Uiarmeuse, yd., Ipl
Ti7 • yl A.6MUSO quite different from any other January sale of Muslin Wear which we have held before. In this * P on; inched wlde. lf,b "j shon'VngThT''AM 4 good h Shades!
Wf CtmP.T fi rl&f} 's sa * c we ' iave rcc l llcc< l our entire stock. These reductions in some cases average one-half. All the BOWMAN & COMPANY. | Regular yi.s!> and $2.00 miaiity. /
/.r ~,,,1 ... w- 4 , , , , garments are first-class-and of dependable quality and in pretty and charming stvles, but we have _ _
supporter at/hments. Xol all''sizes' 5 .>( cacl, sl'vle but all s 'i°cs ***** t0 list ■», T*" a . stock . as po . ssi J le at l»«'itory time, which is February 1. In this ]_QQ BOYS OVerCOdtS RedUCed
ti,,f . ' way you arc enabled to enjov prices which would otherwise not prevail.
Brassieres at 23c $1 Brassieres, 59c special NOTE Overrate
Brassieres »f fine cambric, V neck Odd lot of lino brassieres in a Included in this sale is a special purchase of fine muslin garments from the "Best Undergarment 1 | . 1 M J "*
with wide ine eyelet embroidery, broken assortment of sizes. Various v Co." who are retiring from business. The price advantage we obtained on this occasion goes di- .ra 3 J?. . Jr
finished wit] small scalloped edge. models, all effectively trimmed rectly to you. V
Sizes 32 to H. with embroidery or lace. \ i • r r . c,i i ■ i . • ! -
I On« Sale on thp Second Floor. —Bowman's. briei list of the \ allies is liciewitli given - _ , .
Pf 1 On HiITQ 59c Fine- Muslin Nightgowns at :?*>?• 75c to $1.50 Chemise to 986 . vv^i^wciio
XVpUUVrCU iiivW vU £ UIO SI .50 and $1.87 Princess Slips 25c and 2'vc Corset Covers 19 0 Ui t,,ese onc hundred vvercoats there isn t one but that is a
BLACK/J At WO LI- SKIS, 15LLL AN U 15 LA C K 93c Naillßook Princess Slips at 25c Cambric or Muslin Drawers 19* to P notch S ood va,ue an<l at a P rice wlth,n eas y reach of your
large/loublc scarf, pillow SYRIAN 1-OX Sl-.TS. W ere $1.50 and $1.98 Princess Slips S9r- 50c and 75c Nainsook Drawers 39* P urse " All new this season in the smart models boys want.
mnlt./Kcguku dJO Q 5.2.50 to $30.00. Special at, 50c and 59c Cambric Skirts 4,1* $1.25 to $1.50 Combinations ... 98* to $1.135 0 « ~
It's, oft .o • 0n - ~ ~ . Boys' Suits Reduced
S 7 S 'llf e E Aft h FRENCH COMA' SETS. $5.50 Suits $3.98 Suits
muff!spdautsß.9B | t^% e ) ;d'ai 0 a 1 t osl2 ' 00,,owcx " 1 Children*s Gowns at White Sale Prices OK
N sET^igemurinlmauf-* $4.77 tu $7.50 50c Gowns, 39c Gowns at 25c 50c Gowns, 39c pZoZD
feet seal. Regular price CMILDKICN'S (Iv .MISSLS' Children's Gowns, round neck, Children's Cambric Gowns, V I Children's Cambric Gowns, V Norfolk and double breasted and single breasted models.
$16.50, d> nf\ n O SETS. Were $1.50 to SIO.OO, c , hemise l " ode1 ' k,mono sleeves, yyon^ n l^ j8 h h e ed neck, oiuster tucking neck, yoke Splendid assortment of patterns, worsteds and cassimercs. Ages
at wiOnS/O ! now extra special at Sleeves and neck llnlshed with co!- e(] Sixes 2 to'lO years. | and sleeves edged with fine em- 10 to 17.
' ' ' '' A _ . _ oreli embroidery Bdges. One Sale on the Second Floor — I broidery. Sines 2to 10 years. On Sale on the Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S.
an 98c $5.49 -
We Should Like to Have "j! Real Win ter Weather Calls For Good Shoes
— j The month of January is a month during which the feet should be well protected. The lirst
j l7 w; t t • i I good footweai. Ihe month of January is also a month in which we clear stocks.
liverv* vV Oman in Harrr,bur£s ' !V he l^] fore ] /his ist °| specially pficed items is most opportune. Saturday should be a big day in '
h Our W,iV I V I OAIEX ' S 00 , STORM CALF SHOES- MEN'S WORK SHOES-A special purchase
f " alf Jtoodß buuon and blucher styles, welted and stitch- of men ' s heavy chrome tanned work shoes lilWSS»^..v
''' for Saturday
WOMEN'S GABY valu fj te » ™ the AA VwllW^S.
you\ E < . wk A HAm, CT I ° N WHKN MATCHED WITH with either cloth or leather tops. All sizes , lot ;^ ec,al for SaUmla > r at 'PJ"
SPECIAL ATTENTION 'is GIVEN TO THE BETTEH graijes all and widths. Special for Sat- <j><) g*f\ • BOYS' HIGH CUT SHOES black and \
' FT ICH WE RMPHATI< ' AI ' Ly SAY ARE PRICED MODER- urday at, pair tan, two buckles. All sizes, d>-j gj" \
EXPERT''ERVICE. A VISIT WILL PROVE PROFITABLE TO YOt T WOMEN'S ENGLISH MODEL SHOES P a ' r V * \
K S *oas «nU A, . , .«r hrf<k,s patent coltskin and gun metal; the straight MEN'S ROLLED EDGE ARCTICS-heavy
21-inch, sti.ir,.' 57.15,' »"!i m! lace or button style; low heel. >fv>v fleece lined, all sizes, -| /ThiPb \
aa Si: t- "AVi-sa z Sai,irda - v «• pf' w.»O i ,a ' r o> 1.01)
Gev Switches ' 22-inch. »5.»5 a..<i up WOMEN'S SATIN GABY BOOTS - with WOMEN'S 50c RUBBERS - all \^
.... . • 2!-inch, 50.95 and up kidney heels. All sizes and "■ O O ! stvles of heels and toes, the pair,
i 1 inea M'.nlit,es j ( n \ t widths sl, H 5 Sale on the Third j
Men's Clothing Sale on Saturday *
Suits and Overcoats AA Suits and O <t»7 7 C
"hat Were $7.90 atThat Were * i .11
( t »i(l ovcicuats .mkl siiils, well made of servieeable materials, in the fashionable styles of the present winter season
OvA coats anc j ults ' $12.50, at .. . $ 9.75 ( Overcoats and Suits, Were $18.50, at .. . $13.75
Ovecoats and Suits, Were $15.00, at .. . $12.75 Overcoats and Suits, Were $20.00, at .. . $16.75
Ovecoats and Suits, Were $16.50, at .. . $12.75 | Overcoats and Suits, Were $25.00. at .. . $17.75 W%
Along the above lot are fine chinchilla overcoats with shawl or plain collars.