Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, April 10, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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offer while you are in the city will be cheerfully * >* for at any store > $35 to $B5.
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_______ - BOWMAN'S-'Third Floor
On. Lot of Sampk Women's Smart Tailored Suits asum.., (
Suits $49.50, $65.00 to $135.00 Skirts
c • r? *j P r 'f e there is a splendid selection of styles. Regardless of what you pay, you cannot find suits more individual, or
Special Friday and Saturday more authentic. And nowhere will you find them sold for less than here." " ' Special Friday and Saturday
S f) Here arc the long straight lines of the Silhouettes; the narrow belted suits trimmed with button or tube braiding; hand cS r* r\ r*
embroidered blouse suits with novelty silk vestecs; and the braid trimmed tailored suits with the smartness and snap a
well dressed woman admires. In this collection of stylish suits arc many Jlickson and Michel models. Poiret twill and tri-
_ , , . , , . cotines are the leading materials and navy blue is the leading color, although you will find many tans, rookies and blacks;
Only one of a kind in serges and velours with silk $49.50, $65.00 to $135.00. These are in men's wear serge with tailored pockets
biaid, button timiming and some with vestecs. Box and belts; waist band, 24 to 30 inches.
values at $23 50 j. v yards; navy, blue and black, men's wear serge; waist
tt. r> r\ et. i i r\ s\ r\ band, 32 to 50 inches, $7.50 and $7.95.
$22.50 tO $llO.OO BOWMAN'S—Third Floor
BOWMAN'S—Third Floor
vvomen s Shoes j TT 1 Children' Wear
And Shoes For Children 1 I I / \ I I
|| m * ly || Hats j Coats and Pretty Dresses
4 When Milady walks out Sj J • £§
011 Easter she will, of course, fs\ iS*\ V Children's lingerie hats made of
wish to be newly gowned §3 / fgl // Wj // 1/ Jffl tpl / rli-} N/ lA'/ fig / Kg fine organdy and lawn, droop brim, <L^>.
from head to toe. And such Eg} A>C*. V/V/ JLL.L. ./XJL £XJH\S J FSLAJL . /.X.i.W ££g lace insertion and ribbon trimmed,
shoes have come to make >zs , I /j ©> $1.50, $1.95, $2.50 to $7.50.
her feet as attractive as she IS £? . .., , , . , g.,„
could wish! Oxfords h' h Stt > - Children s straw hats of fine I.TSf MfiET
at first seemed just m ** ats * rom tke History Pages of France. Capti- milan, chemlc straw, braid and <jpW<>
wear have'finaliy attained an H lUtle cha P ca "* with ostrich tips curling over 1 ro a , S , brim? wiUi Tong
enviable position in the l| -—m —— tneir brims and perky little bows come straight || ribbon and velvet, $1.50, $2.25, $2.9/ |i|^
world of footwear. §5 jI ' from the chapters of the Dircctoire period. And j§? to $7.95. / A |
_ , i I right beside them may be had an irresistible Wat- White dresses, 6to 14 years, 111 / \|
Pumps are their slender OS I . x . „ SffLXl Sf voile, organdy, lawn, net and batiste, attriijA r
graceful selves. I tail, tilting 111 <1 provocative mannei. Our coutur- g lace embroidered and insertion trim- \\i Tn
Even the smallest member of the family has new shoes i I icrcs have felt the influence of these artistic periods lg jg jnrf rirdlw .nd bs.. \\ \
awaiting her here. And service that is what makes buying ffl I of Fre.nch fashion. Modern designs are modified, ® JJ| IW
shoes at Bowman's such a lasting joy. II to be sure; but there is a quaint picturesqueness in g Children's coats, 2to 6 years, in JJf;
WtMuo,'. Pumps and Oxfords. <6.45 u>sl2. §P , many of the delightful new Hats in the Millinery 1 moTref' Sm!cked C belted" and flare models. Fancy
i ren bumps, Oxfords and Shoes, $2 to $6.25. §S j | Department. Bowman millinery offers a splendid //n>V K§> collars of organdy, silk poplin and pique, $5.50, $6.95, $7.95,
Nowhere else will you find a more complete stock for Spring - assortment from the best designers moderately „// m $10.50 to $25.00.
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mtiZty b (^t cas: '" ,l J' s "Tnsed to find shoes that satisfy g 1 * BOWMAN'S—Third Floor | belted with fancy collars, $7.95, $10.50. $12.50 to
bowman'S H.io F,.... E0 """'" s - s ™* 1
Silk and Batiste Blouses Fibre Silk Coat Sweaters
One lot of smartly tailored men's wear silk blouses with flat tuxedo W W
collar and tailored cuffs. Delightful newness of exquisite detailed adorn- £/V a , A In various fancy weaves, these fibre sweaters come with deep tuxedo
ment conceptions to make them interesting. In white only, $8.95 1 and large sailor collars. Delightfully styled in small colors, light and
Colored Batiste Blouses in rose and blue. Daintily fashioned with whit* dark > with fanc y Pockets, wide sashes and in belt styles. Sizes, too, to fit
organdie cuffs and collars. Some with Irish crochet finish and hind nm. becomingly the figure of every woman and miss. A stunning sweater
broidered, $2.98 to $4.50 ft will add variety to your wardrobe.
BOWMAN'S— Third Floor
BOWMAN'S—Third Floor
" '/ 1( l USan^S ] ®^ ouse originations just as fascinating and moderately priced as good buying can accomplish, add tlieir unpar-
CW oOr^ ette om^inat ions in delicate pastel tints will please the woman of particular desires. Slip-over creations in exclusive printed
'A Georgette Crepe, rounded necklines and finished with odd buttons and quaint lace effects which are employed in the most approved of j
j Mil l^le season 8 des igns. Yes, even real filet, handkerchief embroidery and with dainty tucking and fluffy frills. Some with the new three- liy|\ ri
, ' ua^r^ en g sleeves and those with smart cuff effects. All the new, pleasing shades for Spring and Summer. Moderate pricings add a
BOWMAN'S—Third Floor