Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, December 11, 1919, Page 5, Image 5

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    College Ties Stretch
Around the World
ACT York. l>ec. 11.—Sixteen for
eign countries, as well as the 48
states in the Union, were represented
in analysis completed here to-day of
| MAIN FLOOR i , r r< r „ I
ili\ow neck ami assort- Q a m-S3on mli iMSn If S ' Suspenders 49 C Silk Shirts $4>39 ffij
andTn e regular e "iEes fle, ' h COl ° r I"?"*®?' patterns and colorings; '"' . ou P' m - y UHK Ji!>LLI N(r jjJ. IF 93. m.-5.30 p. m Good quality leather end sun- ei 'shirt b T be&uMful ffil
Children's Af\ '*' J'" Wa * W^Wl^ ' boxes; special. sizes; extraordinary "vufues. a " Sgj
Vests 4i/C Women's Women's d nA O LH
wS Black Velvet d *1 QA ♦./ G) /V.H Men's Shirts £ -I OA Sweaters ... 4 O
to 12. special. B..„ fTTU * j |Wg4 llh I? Ml ll til tiIHM <7 and Drawers 5b loOS . w %. ?" bu r u e 'fe ■
Stuits ... n 69c ESEfa-
fleeced lined, medium weight'. Women's Silk Cft .. Children's Ker- O C Hj
reg u i ar* sizes? 'e'x t ra" sizes' a t sue Lisle Hose .... DV C 1 Mens fcQQQ chiefs, 4 for .... Zt>C |j
They have mock seam, dou- y . />" Sweaters ... tP Ua%J O Pretty little kerchiefs with (jM
Women's bio soles and heels, garter tops: jA __J tg (/ , Heavy rope stitch knit sweat- nect a n J assorted colored bor- Ss
t7;L.iLn ~ co .™ es n black, cordovan and . fpjSs) R VLI /"¥/**>% -dxS 46. p '- They come in blue and de,s : ver >' special.
White Kid <t 1 /I o "into; extra special. (r*-C Jt?f\Cr*\ fcXWrTTx - maroon; special. LM
I 25C .. $1.45
with self or black stitching; chiefs, 6 f0r.... rtj*l Al1! 16 Ml% VI7B ■ BMBIH ■ 1 V?vb Men S Silk f~* f7 Thread and liber silk com- Si
|SI former prices were 12.50 and Hemstitched cotton handkei - KSf, I.W I 111111/ /I I V IIhII>UUI HI fl 11 IV \l V />>c ■! W, ,"A Neckwear nDP blued; have double soles and hll
$2.0.-,. These are slightly soiled chiefs; good qualities and very * /OI #3 ll\ 1 11111 1/ I IDR ■ 6P ■ Hll I | ||U f ArH'N iNCCKwear WV hcelßi mock seam s, garter tops. IIU
but in all size*. acceptable; special. c. v / A iT*V-% I 111% 111 ## W% I I \J JIMI ll wit 1 f \v\V /Jv'J< our-ln-hand neckwear in the comes in cordovan, navy, gray
Featuring Hundreds Upon Hundreds of Practical Gift Articles at Prices Much Below Men—Under your very eyes ®
VM IV nm Th °' e ? P'k er S R r t*r R nd '- Fr v ay A Nt . J °" ly o Pre,enU m Opportu- clothing for you is being sold at a i
Jgffly /U\ / |VKf\\ nity to Save, But by Buying Friday You Avoid the Saturday Crowds 8 S
m$ ■ V • and Secure Better Choosing and Satisfaction lower price. I
linV—~T-jfl 1 "HTTICOA'L $2 95 Bonos' 1 : $1.95
IJll] Il\ I /! I I |T rT f , t lk ]n ffl a|, cot ||p" ,I,rrt " ta l °P Po"l- Full-cut gurineiits in pretty floral They iras'llhy Tt tlciii Kil
i i t 0 giving'' y*® 8 wholesale cost to-day, all in flesh
RJ ,If |{ FLFILH : S°EHES S 3QC 186 SILK RT-| -IQ 265 INFANTS' rr/x M* MsSjPK RFL
® j \ ,%5 mm / CAMISOLES 91.19 SLIPS :79c i
V f fj. Uroiclery tops and come in sizes 38 _ rp an< ! flesh and % Uongr white infants* slips, alt made 4I } j ' a/JR : &|
I 1 I * Aj —^m to 4>—every one an exceptional via n trimmed; hne laces,- indl- of good quality cottons; excellent iid fl
gf (j 1:1 p Va,uo - s 'Peclal. exceptional vWuaUy packed in pretty gift boxes. qualities and a big value. Friday
- 1 • The Promised Sale of Aprons I® 1
The Big Christmas Reduction on Coats and -o m * Whi
j|jj Suits Continues With Unabated Interest Tea Aprons |
l|| Values like the following can hardly be expected at W' -jt~ Band Ai jrons Jg M $m 111 I m
any future time since much of the advertised merchan- JR H H
disc is costing considerable more to duplicate. This 1 F ™ ' Bib Api'OllS M V fill
is indeed a most advantageous occasion for women , v M JO
and misses who need outer apparel.—COME FRIDAY w L UirCUlar Api'OllS IB & B nil
fll lAA , 1y VMIH® X 7 l • 1 i A W W M. Before buying that new overcoat or suit Is
100 Women s and Misses /ij \l Various kinds ot Aprons, v M W that seems prohibitive in price, why not come ||
A it - ® OH Choice at to K au f man 's and take a look over the mam- Sj
V/x*. JL kJ ]) I - moth stocks assembled here for your inspec- |||
"!*<•'> t I A This is a cash purchase of a manufacturer's surplus stock of fdnfxhnm and , M i. tion—it will prove the most profitable inves- hi
IU aprons and over 700 pretty white tea aprons made oCrettTwhite tigati °" yOU ever dug into ' i
?t?S.MSSS,. M v™,,„ !?'° h ' d ' ry and lace trimmed. Many styles and rare values that will nmbe du|lkated ' - 12 l 1 D
belted and full-back models; colors are Peliin, Taupe, Keln- ciacwnere. 1 NaUtman 8 IS 3 DyWOrCI tOf LOWCSt Sfl
™ ;„a MW lh ~7^7Jst!^TL T {fc. A lias* m on * ; 2s r" d Q °*"""""" """• w * 1
COATS sO£.oo <Swond Floor. Only Three ,o a Cuaomer) |
Special at M ■ ■ w
V ~ " -X You'll never know how good they arc until you see ■
Brown and Reindeer; big collars of / >, BJ I ■ B* /* them , good St} ICS; excellent
seal or nutria; belted and swagger bucks; all lined through- / \ KI All CO C H VTl**! AV/llMn Mvr / iWtk\ \ wearing qualities and no more <POO f'A
out with fancy Silk or Venetian; sizes l'or women and misses. jgpS \ JLfIUUoCO £l AllClOrUlllcl F V / \ after this lot at this price; most !h// SI I
125 Women's and Misses' / y n ( \ an ' V SIZC " * fir
A TPC! A A I Commg in time for gift giving, this sale has / J \ H:
its *P I |.UU a tw °- fold purpose and double interest to /j I fj\/ * Men's Seoarate Trnn<un
special at / I B A thos e women who want to save and give a (v 4J F IVien S Separate I rOUSers
Ijj Silvertones, Velours. Kerseys, Cliev- M A- blouse a<? a nrecpnl- \ \ \BL> 11 / "Sc
Si piush collars, self ■■■ m oiouse as a present. \ \ / Striped, cheviots in neat /hn nn il
C ollarH, Kit Coney, ( ollars, comes in / \ I I 1 / • _ _ U* • m m w ■ m TLJ
|M Black, Navy, Brown, Taupe, Pekin, Reindeer and Burgundy; wfck-f- 1 / Ort 1 \ f I ftiV / patterns J Sizes 32 tO 42; dark S m\ Si
I sizes, J°u to throuehout wUh Venetian Mnlnipi; ..II / Jlllf OIOUSCS -VJ _ IW. shades. ■
rvl 80 Women's and Misses' 100 OMI ni ' D
I COATS sOft-00 133 Mk Blouses -cu.. 162 Fine Georg- Men's Cordwo, P.nt, 1
I KKSHi flte tf<K "; $1 I 1! e,te Blouses
Black, Navy, Dark Brown, Deer tllg 1. I#a ■ 11/ A • ■/•f /4v m —. tt) 42. Special. |jM
Burgundy, Olive, Taupe, with Self, Fur Fabric or Fur Col- I (u
lars; all are splendidly lined throughout; swugcer bucks . i <• -TiCj.
I belted backs; sizes IG to 46. agger backs, 1 nie quality crcpe dc chine The lot consists of crepe de
I Pretty Poplin Suits JJ'SIZ - >p Sim torgl .„, b ,., ust . s in „ K Men s Work Coats I
N special at nn ty hand embroidered and bead- stvlc that will <m ne , v V P ast cl shades as well as ... . _ hi
|] Here are some rare values in ex- (lift ed styles and each blouse is Some are l V' 0 "; wh,te a "d flesh, consisting of Heavy moleskin CQatS With Art /\N
sC ceptlonal models. 1 lie.v will be found 4^v_7 •A 7\/ nicker! in i sxrit.. PI • . "'C arc neat!} embroidered the verv nouoa I , | . bl-i nL-et lininirc • ui'irm inrl OK
Sj as wearable for Spring us for present use. Poplin, in Black ' . Christmas and any waist chosen from this . | •; . . and l.inkct linings, \\ .11 111 ,111(1 // ql
|y and Navy, and Jerseys In all heather mixtures. box and ready tor giving; ex- assortment will be t m,i .11 embroidered models. This lot serviceable; Sizes o4 to 44. |S
si d_ 1* j I c•. ceptional values every one of intr at less th-m the °ci f SC " includes values tip to $7.95;
\j . ( Poplin and Jersey Suits them. See them. " Jfr at less than the cost of ma- beauties ut a ridiculously low fig
I s ™"„"
M bought frotn the maker to-day at the MC'p*' A\/VF VCJay tor gilt giving. g"j
3* price wo ofTer them to you; all are well tailored, well lined Kaufman's—Main Floor.
ijH and in best selling styles; sizes for women and misses. HeUVV blanket lined, extra /t* ff I"* IS
1 Poplin and Serge Suits p.j „ . _ , ~ ' 'argr storm c.Uars, A big ty / |
I , y e,ou L an l rnday Bargains rrom the Bargain Basement- 1
I ®2b.00 saui5 aui "Wiueni Brown Beach Vests-All Prices i
31 lower-priced assortments; good colors und-all sizes, but, of ifll 1 1171 i mv , 1111 l
1 vT qT' n R " y, l, u. • . .affgßSßafe, Blue and White Napkins .. 89c B, C h vt a<i co.t., P iet y of tod, *„d i
M Veiour buiU, B'ue bird iapan.se fi) ri , dl . c *,. n ~ . qualities; sizes 34 to 59; very warm. I
I Wool Suits, Tweed Suits '%' ' ; Men's Bath Robes U 1 ? 00 to H7 10
I $29.00 I%^sl ?r o^o 4r ®MMm$ Mensßat Kobes .Qotos7.sQ |
| fu* ? CnU,ne BeaC J banket Robes,
I - Cy Kne linings; braided and embroidere|l models anions them. - luininutii louml loast- | )()u . ( x o ts In cxtrn 1,1 tllC lICWCSt and lllOSt Serviceable Colorings.
1 gt... 55c St- $1.95 54c sr- 24c El. akfc. 48c*lS> $1.39 ?"" ta sl.4B ,r~ $3.95 I
a sssrss £s. &zsssz js?.'x J?srras jsn si ,rt st Atxr/s I
;■) r - : "'<■■ Spr- limiietl; uniulivr ..tt|y at .uclti-ii; well iiiaij.' aitd to crack. \ cry special ideal-lor the'makiiiK of fill iiamcs - til likca'ik- ..t, ri'.-civor• II l * ' bioon ur white white or plaid patterns, H
fl _ c-ai l-ridy rice. prey. Special. FWday only. nndettceat; ntctcenaed. stil.jecls. Special. vcn I-L""' < " M#i |
the returns In the campaign for Har
vard University's 115,850,000 endow
ment Fund. The response of Harvard
' graduates all over the world, from
Norway to the beach at Waikiki. has
demonstrated for all of the one hun
; died American colleges now seeking
additional endowments to combat the
High Cost of Learning, the fact that
college men are loyal to their alma
mater regardless of their distance
from her home.
Aside from the subscriptions among
gtaduates in the Cnited States, gifts
have been received from France
China. Great Britain, Japan, Holland.
Australia. Germany, Hawaii. Bulga
ria, Norway, Porto' Rico, Italy, Brazil,'
Canada, Cuba, Denmark, Alaska, New!
Zealand, and the Philippine Islands, j
Vow York, Dec. 11. —Oil instead
of coal will be used by the Hotel
Astor in its heating and lighting
I plant if the city department of build
lings permits the change, the hotel
I management announced. The trans
j formation, which could be made im-
I mediately, would have 30 tons of coal
daily. The hotel coal bins were said
to be nearly empty.
Trehcrbert, Wales, Dec. 11. —>■
George Morgan, a working collier of
this place, lias just been notified by
the government, that bis claim to
the ownership of 2,000,000 tons of
coal in Dean Forest has been estab
lished. He "pegged out>" the claim
on some common land forty years
I'se McNeil's Pain Exterminator Ad
DECEMBER 11, 1919.
Ix'wistown, Pa., Dec. 11.—The
coldest weather of the winter pre
vailed here yesterday. There was
u high wind with temperature at
eight degrees above zero. Many
people were without coal and not
a few without the means to pur
chase any.
Cuticura Soap
The Complexion
Sap.Ointment,Talcnm,2se. every where. For sample*
address: Cotleara Laboratorlss.Dspt. X.