Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, September 19, 1919, Page 5, Image 5

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    Train Airmen to
Berth Big Airships
I/ondon, Sept. -9.—ln anticipation
of the time when big airships will
be regularly arriving in England and
departing on their long overland and
overseas journeys; officers and men
"Store Opens Saturday at 9A. M. Closes Saturday at 9P.
i Girls' Slipon and Coat Sweaters at $2.98 mF Women's Coat Sweaters Special at $3.98 §!
Exceptionally good ones at a price so low as this, these come in all These are real beauties that are in rose, green, Copen, maroon and aS
the wanted colors that are desirable for hall wear, belts and pretty EM other favored colors, pretty trimmed sailor collars and have belts, very
0 Here's an early Harvest for frugal, economical women that offers BIGGER, BRIGHTER, BETTER BARGAINS. ffl
s Extraordinary Values that will set the old town's tongue to wagging—A replenishing opportunity that you can- / hi
not afford to miss-COME EARLY. I
> A Wonder Value *sss Exceptional $0n.50 £ Stunning i
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M \ ! i d* tfii| f \ \ °f this season an assortment of exceptional suits y J J /jt y .. _ __ /' .
Ss \y y / ] 1 jJw 1% V B 111 I as V \ * or women an d misses that are made of all wool , j // / A J | | r €
nj 1 w V ? poplins and in the most desirable colors of-the sea- \\ // / I 1 fff W j§| F
k1 •' ~%lt W l\. son, fine and tasty styles, sizes from 36 to 44, every I Zj A ' 1 M
y*or " arment ' n f^' s ' ot wort h considerably more, see J m
M |/ navy, Burgundy, ' green!
L priced garments as shown at /Slfe m
1 If ment is perfectly tailored, some < , \ AII r —_ A. P \|'V range of' styles and materials. b|
nl \f\ plain while others are trimmed il | %j\ F /"A I IL§ JS | \\\ \ jj f such as poplins, silvertones, HHHfltt Isi
j\/ with braids and pretty burt- |l 1 \A \ I ; broad cloths and men's wear JjjJ
1 tons the sizes are from 16 to Broadcloth velours, silvertop and QJ \±\J f beautifulb^tailorccTaild
M 44, absolutely a wonder value / silvertone coats m brown navy, black W Wtfl well worth coming for; sizes i
[U f don't miss it. , k Wj Copen reindeer taupe kangaroo and ■ \W\ } 16 up to 44, very special. i
J ■' Y \ . ;kyf ox blood, these beautiful coats are trimmed with beaver plush, \ n 1 I I
jjJ " JffFt p Q sealine and silk plush collars, that will be found warm and M\\J I - K||
§ A Specially Priced Silk Dress Suits For Stout Women
1 SrSSi'W SO C A Full Line of New Fall and Winter Coals at sls '°° up to $89 ' 50 $35.00 up to $49.50 I
1 ZD Tricotine Dresses $25 Up to $39.50 1
sizes 16 to 44, choice "at appro^e 15 J63 Kaufman's are featuring these new dresses at prices ranging from $25.00 up to $39.50 in every wanted color and all the so come and seek better values. |||
~ desirable styles; see these before buying elsewhere. ,=====================================:J js
| Here Is More Proof That Our Buyers Are Busily Buying Big Bargains |
And mothers are going- to derive greater saving benefits by taking advantage of these Satur- - THIS POLO CLOTH COAT. FOR GIRLS 10 TO 14 YEARS. THE COLORS djl QC ill
rAi This Cheviot This Plush This Melton &0 This Diagonal (jfy I
5 4V Cloth 'Jft COAT tTk Cloth <A~\ Cheviot I
i 'm, COAT With Beaver Collar COAT (&/ COAT /)3v S
W) $lO.OO $12.90 § $lO.OO - $7.95 •- "
IS \[ A \ / For p-irls 7to 9 vears J For girls 7to 9 years, 0 U •, m 14 fl \\ For girls 2to 6 years, [H U
\V Vi / to y years, HN 1 6 , , r M For girls 10 to 14 years, t \\ , \
b" ofAS<C colors are navy, brown and !// the colors are black, navy, J. l c ® |ors 1(1 colors are navy, green, \ ||
green. Burgundy and green. £) Burgundy. ' Co P en and brown ' |
———————————————— Women's Fibre and Women's "Bur- _ Envelope Q C Beautiful Silk Q Q New Jersey Women's Fine 1 Q Women's Silk nrj H]|
Qj fIHSSSS Thread Silk son " Hose .... OJ7G Chemise . ..V Camisoles t/OC Silk d CQ C Silk Gloves sP A•JL %/ Plush Scarfs .... |jy
hi BMiB H °f e V" ' h 1.1 Genuine Burson hose knit to These are made or fine naln- , They . ha l v i ! lace ° r pi^bon Petticoats .. V*3• %J O flneer Unnld Jiovn Black scarfs, satin lined, 72 in.
BH "—<r lliose silk hose have lisle fit the foot have reinforced „„„i, , strap shoulders and are in a Of mnii oualitv silk iersev nn f> er tipped glove with three rows l|L|
ty 1J iEW _ | fTn Barter tops, are reinforced at , and ' , nnd _ artcr beautifully trimmed great variety of dainty styles with the wanted plaited of embroidery on backs, they come long, a splendid value and ideal to S§j
Ivl raM? i ,:H| /3J ' II u°i?, Un comes in black, . . ... d with lace and embroideries, 3o to 46, special. flounces all tiie desirable in white, black, gray, brown, mas- ,
"Hi'/ lWtL'f nd 11 Hut' to P. como in black, white and Bome with rlbbon shoulder shades, fitted with clastic tic, self or contrasting embroidery throvv over the * houl(lcrß these LSI
Sff <* cUih * y imperfect, ape- cordovan, special. straps, sizes 36 to 46. extra waistbands, all lengths, spe- stltchingi sizes 5 to 8- special. cool evenings, very special. SI
m S&i.'. fIS \ sizes 48 to 64, special. Muslin |t "l AC? P
S ■ Women's Pur. Children's Ribbed Cns 9 1 .49 Wash Dresses —— ——l
nj yKL Silk /no OP - Union O Women's Lisle /JA sup over styles with v For Girls AC livery Woman and iVIISS in riaiTlsburg Un
S ROBERTA AMHos $2.25 Suits 98c 75c Union,nit, ... Dc 2 iL'irJfhti.® Be Interested in These
LM iaastß-Haprfaass rL^/ r Full fashioned, silk hoso Cotton fibbed lisle union Fino ribbed-lisle union suits, lace and embroidery trim- and find no better value than MfcuSSfi gfc
fil Mil ."Us with lon. sleeve, .nd in MIS S m.d. u fell "Warn.""® Rl nU SfS VW i
f v y WH\ thay come in African brown, ankle length, sizes 4to 16 regular sizes, very special. and extra sixes. come in the newest plaids, r J T L*V/ U$C V illUt/d |S
a,**! cordovan and navy, extra ape- years, sold according to size. checks, and pretty P'a' n c °'* A T J*frh nil
Fl] clal, ____________ org and ( n a wonderful as- /1 j*r /H \ U -jyj
Keep a Youthful Figure w , Girls Navy Serge Dresses Dresses for Growing Girls trimmed or tailored models II \ T\\\ \ 'ii|\ w< <){ ll( |>j
I by Wearing Ts qo si.., a $4 95 ™"54.95 " Blouses
HI Bags $1.69 Gloves 98c *. a . of is„..„ m . a ,p e ™ 3ateen s2.4s Ih rj f qualit ' v Reorectu b, ,'j us f
L 4 I 1 VUg A • • . These are a two clasp wash- excellent quality wool serge in quality ginghams in beauti- rettlCOatS I MJJ2I/ ]Mjf that COllie 111 navy, black,
8 I |h U I /V ' mori? /.u i a i* ea abl ° chamolsctte glove with several very pretty styles, ful plaids, trimmed with Made of the very finest I A|lM|l ~.fy / tunic bUrmc flr><sh nnrl white !s9
a\U#il r. fx I III, 1? J j double finger tips three row plain middy or tailored models chambray In contrasting quality sateen, come in the \ ''Jlfls3!*3iiiSr Z. J au P e - l)1 ® f l ue ' I'esn and White,
* r.iL./Lft . " 1 " ned and Stitching on backs, comes In every one is unusual at this shades, a big assortment, of wanted colors and black, sec- \ I Wmtißg beautifully embroidered, bead
aZlt iioi tassel, very spe- white, black, gray, brown, low price, sizes are 6to 14 attractive models, very spe- tional flounces regular and -siSv 1 ~1 f-'ii 1 ;-u sS
QTTirpo sand and mastic, very special years, very special. clal. extra sizes, very special. e( i and miieu UlOdeiS, W'ltn Or
W 1 o y without collars; sizes 36 to 46 W
1 Have You Visited the Lower Priced Footwear Department? $5.95 , |
also give poise and beauty to the fig- If jou have not the sooner you make up your mind, the more money you will event- . -I*l. i mil*' New White Voile Waists
tjs ure. We are showing ROBERTA \ Jl J ually save, see these for Saturday. " • / <t af
ffj laced in front corsets in the finest * !•/ * • / ST 45
hi white! top?ess!°low! medium and^high \ •\|i Women's Lace BoOtS at S4SS / These pretty blouses come in plain and striped effects,
[iy bust models for the slender, average 1 A most remarkable va'ue offer to you at a price that we could hardly duplicate at • / ' ac ? an< l em^ po i^ c . r J trimmed, full cut, well made, perfect y
and full-figures, all are boned with J •Jf wholesale, they are in beaver brown and black liona kid, military, Cuban and leather J* I fitting, sizes do to 40, very specia .
guaranteed boning, neatly trimmed, fa. W Louis heels, plain toes and tips with straight cut and circular vamps, sizes A l / 2 to 8; \ J ov - 1/ J ar,,.™;,,,, nL llt , n „ I
fitted with heavy web hose supporters, / widths Bto E; very special. ( fa Qc I_4lllllC allQ vxCOrglllG DIOUSGS
?sj also with self adjusting shield under "A • 8 P jg? J QCI Us
M lacers, sizes 19 to 36, prices range Vw Wnmen'n RnnU flt JhS 85 £<l>2S,i7 D
from LaCG DOOIS al . pjtOu /Qig/y Flesh or white crepe de chine and georgine blouses of 11 , |K.
. . N. This is a Goodyear welt boot with straight cut vamp in plain and tipped toes long yfa excellent quality materials, plain and tailored while some
if? 51l 11¥1 IT* SO X models, they come in beaver, brown and black liona kid, have military, Cuban and , \ are neatly embroidered, well made and in full sizes, 36 to KM
n| Up 1" ~leather Louis heels, sizes 2y 2 to 8, widths Bto E special. *- 46, very special.
of the Royal Air Force are being
trained to the task of landing and
putting them away.
It is a delicate operation berthing
a 600-foot airship in a great shed
without crushing the cars or ripping
the envelope, and must be perform
ed with no more apparent force than
a mother might use in wrapping up
her babe for the night.
French Overstocked
With Army Airplanes
Paris, Sept. 19.—The French army
is at a loss to know what to do
with its vast stock of aircraft. Auc
tion sales of aeroplanes organized
by the government are viewed with
absolute indifference by the general
public. At the last sale a scout plane
fitted with a 860 horsepower motor
found no purchaser even at $4O.
Carlisle, Pa, Sept. 19.—Merchants
here are arranging to hold a special
institute next week when a business
expert will speak at five evening ses-
sions and give Individual conferences
during the days. Interest centers in
the event in that it ia one of the fea
tures of increased co-operation be
tween the business men of the town
as a result of the efforts of the
Chamber of Commerce.
Carlisle, Ta., Sept. 19.—The an- I
nouncemrnt was made * here- to-day
that Mis,s Erma Klucker, of Carlisle,
and Cal D. SheafTer, also of Carlisle,
were married on August 30 at New
York City. The bride has been a
stenographer for the State Compen
sation Board for sometime and the
groom is employed at the Marsh Run
oepot. Both are well known. They
I will reside in Carlisle.
SEPTEMBER 19, 1919.
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