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This Great Summer Sale of Hirsh,Wickwire's Over
stock of Suits Gives You More Clothing Quality
for Your sls Than You Ever Bought Before
■3ooHand-Tailored Suits From the House
That Makes the Best Clothing in America
' are leaders in ev eiy line of manufacturing. Hirsh, Wickwire Company, of Chicago, are recognized as the makers of the
best Men's and Young Mens clothing in America. We had the pick of these makers overstocks because we have the outlet to dis
tribute large quantities of clothing. We bought 300 from their overstock of $25, S2B and S3O suits and secured a price concession
that made the sls price possible—an attractive price, indeed, for such high-grade beautifully tailored suits
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HIRSH, WICKWIRE GARMENT , I IMFI 1 * EVERY SUIT THAT ENTERED THE SALE
Re^7^ n ould , Hirsh ' Wickwire Suits Are Known
$25.00, $28.00 and $30.00 * * ** For Their Quality
Unquestionably Harrisburg's Most Important Clothing Event for Men
Two and Three-Piece Suits in a Great Variety of Patterns
Black and white check worsteds. Dark tartan plaidt. Black unfinished worsteds. Stripe grey tropical worsteds
Fancy grey herringbone cassimeres. Grey Scotch mixtures. Fine blue serges. Fancy check blue cassimeres.
Pin-head tan check cassimeres. Pin-stripe worsteds. v Tan and grey wool crashes. Grey shadow stripe worsteds.
[ Dives, Pomeroy fa, Stewart, Men's Clothing, Second Floor Rear
PRESENT IDEALS ALL
SPRING FROM CIST
Ifs a Man's Religion and Works
Oat From the Palace to
WHERE OtTR TIMES GET THEIR
"The International Sunday School Les
son For June 28 Is, "The Seeking
Saviour."—Heb. 4:14 to 5:10.
(By William T. Ellis)
■Merely to prove that our brains
have not lost their highest capacity.
It Is worth while for us to stop think
ing about the sporting page and the
fashion hints long enough to consider
the drift of the world in which
we live. That is big thinking, worthy
Child Cured by Saxo Salvo
Patterson, N. Y.—"My children had
n nkin disease which the doctor called
itch or eczema. He eave them medi
cines and ointments ior it with very
little benefit, but Saxo Salve has cured
them and Btopped the itching. Sufferers
from itching eczema should use it."—
Mrs. L. IL BAKER, Patterson, M". Y.
If we can't cure your skin trouble
with OUK Saxo Salve and Saxo Soap we
will buy back the empty tube.
Geo. A. Gorgas, Druggist, Harris
or adjusting. Jewelry cleaning or
repollshing. take it to
20« MARKET ST—Bell Phone
Dlunoad Setting aad Easravtag.
of mature minds. Pew of us evor
rise above a consideration of the near
est and smallest of the many counter
currents of life.
When we view things in the large,
it becomes clear that the general trend
of our times is towards idealism.
Almost any department of life may
be selected at random in proof of
this. Consider the matter of the edu
cation of women. Within the mem
ory of living persons, eminent think
ers scoffed at the idea of "she
schools" and "education of females. *
Many persons still alive knew Mary
Lyon, who was the pioneer of the
modern idea of higher education for
Child labor, the horrors of which
have taken strong hold of this gen
eration, was not the subject for com
ment a century ago. Our vast plans
for baby-saving and for hygienic liv
ing are creations of our own day.
Prison reform is scarcely more
than a century old, though the pres
ent conception of prison reform is a
world ahead of that which Dickens
knew. The general diffusion of in
telligence within a- century has been
a colossal achievement.
It Sis only a matter of decades
since temperance has made such
progress as the most prophetic re
former of fifty years ago could not
foresee or anticipate. The social
evil has been boldly challenged, and
is being sagaciously fought in our
day. Politics is being put upon a
new basis. Medical science is coming
to be a social service. The thinking
of the whole world is growing demo
Simply stupendous is the progress
which our eyes have seen in the ad?
vance of human welfare. A long,
clear look at this should steady our
thinking and stop our hysteria.
Great tasks remain, but that they
may be accomplished is proved by
what has already been done. The
seemingly new principle which is
dominant in the world to-day Is noth
ing else than the kingdom idea taught
by Jesus nineteen centuries ago.
"Pale Galilean, Thou Hast Conquered*'
The ory of Julian the Apostate may
be echoed in our own day. The social
conquests of our era all follow at the
chariot whefel- of Christ, and are part
of His triumph. He is the victor in
the twentieth century. The immeas
urable ferment of this generation is
traceably due to the kingdom leaven,
which Jesus implanted in the lump
of society In the days of His flesh.
What an evidence of the patience of
God, that He should wait so long for
so much of victory.
For the past three months the
Sunday Schools of the world have
been studying Jesus in His teachings.
Through the record runs a clear note
of opposition. His ideas seemed so
radical as to be futile. The spectacle
appeared like a pathetic waste of a
great mind and a great mission; for
the shadow of the cross fell athwart
these latter days of Jesus.
Now, in amaze, we behold the
consequences of those utterances
which His day flouted. Nowhere else
but in the teachings of Christ did
this new spirit of love and mercy
and Justice take its rise. We are to
day reaping the fruits of His sow
ing. His kingdom is so palpably
triumphing that we may echo Julian's
cry, "O, Pale Galilean, Thou hast con
Three Months of Wisdom Word*
A period of about three months in
the life of Jesus is covered by the
quarter's lessons. The scene of all
is laid in Perea. Steadfastly the
face of Jesus was turned toward
Jerusalem. He was near the end of
These lessons all represent dis
courses. There were attendant in
cidents for some, but only one miracle
—the healing of the lepers. Jesus
was gathering up into the final mes
sages the uterances of His ministry.
The background of snarling, cap
tious, hostile. Pharisees is present
throughout. Then, as now, vested
interests were against new ideas.
From the days of Jesus down to the
veto of the Home Rule bill by the
House of Lords, the rich and power
t have always been found opposing
the progress of democracy. "Con
servatism" sets its face against re
form. Kven the church has found
herself in some cases holding a fort,
when she should have been leading a
In this connection, It is to be noted
that two of the stories told by Jesus,
have the greatest pertinency to the
possessors of wealth; the parable
Dives and Lazarus, and the refusal
of the rich young ruler, are to be
found within this course of lessons.
Getting the Meaning of the Near
Homely stories and commonplace
incidents make up most of this
course of lessons. Jesus saw "ser
mons. in stones." All the life amid
which He moved was to Him vocal
with spiritual messages. He attsched
a profound teaching to such common
incidents as the scramble for place
at a feast; the misery of a leper it
the rich man's grate; the shrewd
worldly wisdom of a steward dis
charged from his post; the loss of a
coin from her headdress by a woman;
the shepherd's straying sheep; the
Pharisee at prayer—whichever way
He looked, Jesus found feathers for
The observation is suggested by
this, that our day's call is for prophets
and poets who will interpret to us our
own times and our own life. We are
tired of the steam-heated poetry of
the magazines, and weary offifcreach
ing and teaching that mirrors the ar
tificialities of our civilization. God
send one who will sing the song of
the common things.
Out of the great wise silence, brood
ing and latent so long,
Burst on the world, O Master—sing
us the big man-song.
Full of the echoes of battle —souls
crying up from the dust!
Hungry we cried to our singers—our
singers have flung us a crust
Choked with the smoke of the battle,
staggering, weary with blows,
We cried for a goblet of music; they
flung us the dew of a rose!
Gewgaw goblets they gave us, Jew
eled and polished and fine.
And filled with the tears of a weak
ling: Oh, God! for a gourd—and
O big wise Lyric Master, you who
have seen us build,
Molding the mud with our tears and
blood into the thing we willed—
Soon shall your brooding be over,
the dream shall be ripened, and
Thunderous out of the silence —hurl
us the Song of Men!
The Seeking Saviour
The greatest story in the world of
literature, that of the Prodigal Son,
was told in the period covered by
these lessons. With it went the al
lied parables of the lost sheep and
the lost coin. Here, too, we find
that other picture parable of the
Publican and Pharisee at prayer.
Also doughty little Zacchaeus up a
tree In search of truth, and swiftly
Risking restitution of his 111-gotten
gains, in loyalty to truth.
Like a major l theme in a great
symphony, there la constantly r«-
: corded through these final utter
[ ances of Jesus the idea that the "Son
of Man is come to seek and to save
i that which is lost." That is the
greatest revelation about God. It Is
i one unique trait of Christianity.
Other religions represent man as
• seeking God. Christ revealed God
as seeking man. The yearning Father
heart, as represented in the Son who
i went the limit to show God's love,
• looms large in these lessons. The key
i of all our recent studies is this picture
' of the patient, self-spending Son of
God seeking, seeking, seeking.
You will never be at a loss as to
what to select for a pretty gift once
you step in our store and see the
: many suitable articles of Jewelry. Also
watches of leading makes, clocks,
table silver, and various other usefui
' and ornamental articles, W. R. At
kinson, 1423 V 4 North Third street.
REAL MILLINERY VALUES
Everything, including our beautiful
stock of summer hats, has been re
duced In price one-half and many of
. them less. When you can buy a sls
hat for SB, or a $lO hat for $5, and a
$5 hat for $3 then it's worth looking
Into. Children's hats way down low!
Mary C. Glass, 1306 Market street.
STEAK TO CAKE
Everything for the table from
steak to cake is to be found in abund
ance at this store. Our meat depart
ment has fresh cuts of the choicest
meats as well as the cured meats and
potte<? varieties. Staple and fancy
groceries, baked goods and vegetables,
as welt as the fruits In season. B. B.'
Drumm, 1801 North Sixth street.
. COTTAGE OR SKY-SCRAPER
We will cover either one with a
coat of paint. Inside or outside; the
smallest tenement or the finest resi
dence will receive our attention. Es
tablished In 1881, we've weilded the
brushes ever since, and the Mechanics
Bank and the Telegraph buildings
bear testimony to our ability and
facility. Gohl & Bruaw, SlO Straw
32 North Second Street
JUNE 26, 1914.
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