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HARRIS ft URC'S POPULAR OCMUm«NT STOM "* HA.BRI* »UR«'S POPULAR DIPAPTTiINT STORK
To-morrow the January Clearing Sale Ends==With Sturdy Reductions
fThc Last Day of the Clearing Sale Brings CLASSIFIED
Severe Price Reductions on I / fj
Men's Suits and Overcoats i ; ' Vf'jC |
Offering the season's approved styles and high standards of cjual- Floor.) »/*
$6.75, $8.75, $10.75, $1%.75 i Jkda&!t '
i j - A 4n . 0i o IMPORTANT —Store hours to- !
InStead Ot lUto O* & morrow will be 9A.M.t09 P. M.
, , .. T . , , * vacant ROOMS— Can be fur- You Save One to Two Dollars on
A\ e want to greatlv reduce our stocks tor Inventory and lu\e nished in good style at a nonuual p Oo»v />f
, . , . Icost, wheu our February Furniture EVCry tLi 1 / (Jl
marked every suit anil overcoat at a \ei\ low pi ice in oitui to » Sale starts, Tuesday, February 9 d— .
them out. The assortment includes: - Mul W OUIOII S UuO6S Jit i|!>l«4y
BORN—Another member of the
Suits: English and conservative models, m guns, blues, nux RecordSi at main floor. these shoes, because that would bo the best proof of this
tares, tartans, tassiam-es. worsteds, serges, ete. TO un bein * the
comfortable rest room for women. Greatest Shoe Sale Ever Held in This City
Overcoats: Fancv Balmacaans; torm-titting overcoats; couserva- (.all an> hour m the da\.
t there can be no question as to your being satisfied,
tive models: full box back styles. Mixtures a'd plain shades. Plaur t'or in connection with the extremely low price you may
Third FIoor— BOWMAVS. .LaST-i/ay v>iear- secure a stylish last, made of either patent colt, gun metal,
Aways in viei kid, or tan Russia calf, in any size or width.
Tn Man C«7 7 Kitchenwares There Arc Hundreds of Them
J. U If J. CI I \g| / Aluminum Tea Kettles. SI.9S Aud had they not ptuvliased at s.u-U a reinark-
Can You Imagine a Genuine $5 iffM IKS
Austrian Velour Hat for $1.95 cedar ou M op , w-fomeriy to-day.
rp, . i i . j ♦ i * L $1.00; for polishing and cleaning Third Floor BOWMAN'S.
-They re here m green, grey, brown, tan and steel. ; J , , J floors: includes pint
Tiara FWr-BOWMA.N'S. ,! J cedar oil. M
Striking Clearance Reductions' gSWSXti Again-Plush CoatS
for Men Announcing $//)
Men's Dress Shirts at 60c*—regularly *l.oo—percales ami madras: Kn mini re S-ili> will *t-irt lirst quality tinned V' *
plain and pleated; coat style with attached cuffs. ... , A , , inside throughout, ami straight We just opened to-day thirty-five pllisll coats, the same
Men's Neckwear at 10c—regularly 25e : four-in-hands: silk and knitted tu si «i\ t >tuai> -in . 'J" - „ , ,»- ».• i as we showed last week, and the price is the same—sls.oo.
0 „„ , . , . and we nave set aside Friut Bcwls, 2oc -formerly r|M ~ , ... ' , , ~ . • .
President Suspenders at 39c -regularly otV. S-.turd tv ind Mond iv assorted decorations: luster I hey are lined throughout with yarn-dyed satlll —have till* M-
Mmu FIoor— BOWMAN'S. 1 '• * - .. finish hii's —and are made with full belts and half belts. Fox trot
as davs of inspection. , ... , n • , M
» • . D «r . 0 Wateli for further an- Special reduced prices on eroek- sty les are among them. All sizes to 44.
Clothe the Boy Now ana Save uouiwment*. r«r«v; Npw at tS QR
A J TT if 3f>C from 75e; 50c from 98c; 11C W LO ill
JAItTIOS t LlQ.lt -Q- . - -j, , 69<r fromijil.2s; from $1.3;). Three smart new models were received here yesterday.
Boys' Chinchilla Overcoats. Reduced to 53.55-in grev and blue, with iSiallKetS—- • Basement— BOWMAN-S. Black and navy only. Soft wool poplill that is very popular.
shawl collar, belted back; >iz.-N 8 t' l IT years. Formerly TllSt OIDSUCCt
Boys' Norfolk Suits. Reduced to 53.65 in grey, tan and brown ** s , <' r r\ __ .
stripes and mixtures: cassinieres and worsteds: sizes ti to IS vears. Another lot of wool nap plaid >-s IrIAVAQ AT (IffltT H 01T
Formerly blankets in pink, blue, grey and \ VJIUVCO Vl UICJf Hdll
Boys' Norfolk Suits at 81.95—in dark cheviots: sizes 6to 14 vears. ,au ' Large bod slze " ; \ . * rs • j i
«.9S. The price i, ?2.50 pa,r. FaShlOniOr bWltClieS $1.25
Third FIoor—BOWMAN 8. . Main Floor —BOWMAN'S. ,■ •J/Nk **" Jmi
■ _ . J If your hair has just
Linens—Special TL C>| r\rr 4 remilllllC started to turn grey we have
Linen Sheeting, 90 inches wide:
lhe Carpet r loor Uffers wjm „ , the proper biend tor you.
S 4 yard will make a waist, or ildlluS c-t nr\ 11 /_ T
yards will make a dress : an extra tT ynontinnn / SnUinrfo TV» mnrrmi 1 $3.00 Wavy TranS
good value, at 51.50 yard. lUI \*JUUITIg& 1 U~Tfl(jrr(JlU lli-button length white lambskin formations at $1 95
All linen Table Pattern Cloths; Pqit ....... . . . , , gloves at $2.50 pair.
size 62x70 inches: regularly si. 59, g s o»c—sizt- ->x.>o inches; just right tor the bath room. # J" T j 16-button length real kid gloves. From a beautiful blonde, brown
at 51.25. Curtain Pole Fixtures, oc set—complete wit h ends and brackets; m 1 M B (TO in white and black, at 53.50 and or black, even to grey, this assort-
Main Floor-BOWMAN'S. 150 St>tS iu the lot: formerl - V U P to kS( '- llKy pair. ment is complete.
Ax minster Rugs, 89c—size ISxW inches: great varietv of pat- T J • -x _ The Derby glove, in black and '
p. . . 0 . - terns to choose from : formerlv $1.13, $1.25 and SL3S. For Immediate white with contrasting stitching; . nr prnate llair lai or
Domestic Specials Fourth r ^l6-button length, at 54.50 pair. located in the rear o the second
_ . \ Fourth Moor BOW MAN». Wear lli-button length gloves in floor, where an expert in attfnd
for Saturday , . chamoisette and leatherette, plain ance will arrange your hair becora-
Odd Lois in the Draocrv Deoartmcnt for large Milliner\ Department white and white with black em- mgl.V.
Outing Flannel, 6 J 4 c yd.—regu- WC urupcry UCparimcni lOr presents a most complete showing broidery. 75<* and 51.25 pair. : ' *
larlv Ic-: light or dark patterns; the Last DaV 01 he latest models for immediate 2-clasp overseam gloves in blaek, p._ _
good lengths. wear, including smart sailor ef- white, tan and grey, at 75< pair. UOOQ. V/OrSet MOdeiS
White Wool Flannel. 29c yd.— l»e to 89c burlap and tapestry Cushion Slips, at 12'wC to 45C. fects and the popular military Fownes real kid gloves in white, . _ - .
regularly >" :j6 inches wide; cut $2.00 to $3.55 Panel Curtains, 2 1 yards long: white with In-aitl styles. black, tan and grey, at pr. at xOpillar x riCCS
trom lull pieees. trimmings, at 51.50 and 52.75. Crept* de chine and satins are Bacmo English walking gloves. Cnntil mpdium hiirli
Sheets at < sc—regularly $1.10; _... .. . verv prominent, and among the j n white black, tan and grey, at , . . ' , ■ , ' •
size *lxl.- inches: made'of Mo- 121 = c SUkolme ' h *»red. «' new sh ' a(lt . s is the popular French 91.50 and $2.00 pair. ' bus ; long hips; embroidery trim.
. hawk muslin, marked E. S.; soiled. 50c Cord and Tassels for curtains and cushions, in rose, red, green. blue, first to be shown in Harris- The Autocrat glove in white and "" ! t p!.i» /;° 4oii S ' ' S "' ,
Pillow Cases at Bc—bleached; and red and green, at 20c. burg. black, with contrasting embroid- por eis. tc s fr.
jaundered: 4.' or 45 inches: 3-inch H. 59 Nottingham Lace Curtains, white and ecru ; onlv one pair of Tlu ';" hat * have ,ak ". n th . e I' la, ' p er £ at S2 < ?°, and f 2 25 'J*' 1 ' , exS'long atToi'-
Ufms. a kind at 75c nair of velvet hats entirely, because Kayser s 2-clasp chamoisette and extra long nips, rw o noons at 001
Pillow Cases at 15c—regularly ' thev can be worn much longer into leatherette gloves in white and torn ; embroidery trimmed at top,
22.- and 25c; 5t»x36 or 54x3H inches Dennns and Burlap, at 9c yard. the' Spring. ~ contrasting stitching; also the new with draw string; heavy hose »up
—Salem brand. Fourth FIoor—BOWMAN'S. Prices start at S3*~lo. putty and sand shades, at porters. Price is o9C.
Mr in FIoor—BOWMAN'S. , Second' Floor BOWMAN'S. and SI.OO pair. Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S.
I TO STUDY MOTOR LIFEBOATS
teamship Inspectors Will Visit New
York Boat Show
New York, Jan. 29.—The board of
upervising «teamboat inspectors are 10
>eet iu Washington next week and
'ime time during the week are to come
New York to visit the annual motor
•at show , nh.rh will open in the Ma ii
'D Square Garden to-morrow afternoon,
iaw went into effect on January 1
■h requires that a cer'ain nunier
ni'/tor lifeboats should be carried on
ueamships. The*e boat* are to be
<ed to tow other lifeboats and raft<
'■ ease of an accident.
"everal n tors specially a<iaj>ted for
ifeboats will be on exhibition aai
iiere will »i*o be some lifeboat- fully
quipped which will be examined very
horotighly by the inspectors.
Steamship men and the inspectors
re planning new provisions to amend
l>c law. it being their opinion that
here is no definite requirement in the
hitut? it now stands.
[T PAYS TO USE STAB
| INDEPENDENT WANT ADS.
LUCIEN CABB DEAD I
Was Assistant Curator of Peabody 1
Museum, Harvard, 17 Years
Cambridge. Mass.. Jan. 29.—Lucien i
fair. 85 years old, for seventeen years ! i
as-i«tant curator of the Peabody Mu
*eum. Harvard University, died here ;
Wedne-tiay. He was born in Troy. Mo.,
and received in 1 546 his A. P. degree
from st. Louis University and later hi±j
A. M. degree.
In 1877 he became assistant curator |
of the Peabody Museum and continued j
as such until 1894. Mr. Uarr was the
author of numerous books on archae
BANKEB THOMAS'S WILL
Bulk of *4,000,000 Estate Is Be
queathed to the Widow
Mineola. N. Y., Jan. 29.—The will"
of Ralph Hill Thomas, the New York
banker, who died Dectmber 31, wa»
filed for probate here. The value of
the estate, it is said, will aggregate $4,
The bulk of the property goes to the
j w»low, Heleu Kelly Thomas, who was I
TTARRTSBiTffn ST VF-IXT>EPENT)EXT. FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 29. 1915.
the first wife of Frank J. Gould, from
whom she was divorced. The big es- 1
tate at Sands Point. L. 1., goes to her. I
The farm at Simsbury, Conn., was be
queathed to Joseph T. Thomas, a broth
er of the testator, living at 186 Kast. i
Nineteenth street, Manhattan. Some ]
personal effects go to the mother of the I
te tator, Mrs. Annie Thomas of the Ho I
The executors are the widow, Daniel i
R. Noyes and Edward E. S[ .aiding. The 1
will was dated February 21, 1913. - :
BABID HORSE BITES TWO
Doctor and Farm Hand Attacked by
Animal Near Pottstown
Potts town, Pa.. Jan. 29. —Dr. .Sam
uel E. Daub, a Royersford veterinarian, 1
and George Brinkman, a farmhand,
were bitten by a horse afflicted with
rabies cn the farm of David Grubb in
East Coventry township, Chester coun
ty. The head of the horse was sent to
the University of Pennsylvania, where
an examination verified the belief that '
, it had rabies.
Both men are undergoing the Pasteur !
I treatment. j
BANK SUES SYNDICATE j <
Default Charged on Interest on 8423,-
o<M> Trust Notes t
Chicago. Jan. -9. —The Continental} I
and Commercial Truet and Saving*']
Bank file>l a suit in the .Superior <ourt
here against the managers and mem
bers of the Muscatine North and South
Syndicate, charging default in the pay- ; 1
ment of interest 011 $425,000 collaterial i
trust notes and seeking as trustees an
accounting of all property covered by
the trust deed and possession otf all se
curities under it.
The syndicate was formed in 1909
to purchase the Muscatine North and
South Railway Company, an Icwa cor
poration, which went into the bauds of'
a receiver in November, 1914.
TO HOLD POULTRY SHOW
Delaware County Exhibit Will Have
a Thousand Birds
Medii, .lan. 29.—The first annual j
show of the Delaware County Poultry
Association opened in the Armory buiki- j
ing here yesterday. There are nearly j
11,000 birds in the exhibition, including j
chickens, pigeons, ducks, geese and tur-|
A hundred special prizes, in addition
to those given by the association, have;
been offered by poultrymen and busi-1
PLENTY OF MONEY FOR SUNDAY
The Rev. Dr. Ooodell Reports Men
Ready to Guarantee Expenses
New York, .lan. 29. —The Kev. Dr.
Charles L. Ooodell, pastor of St. Paul's
Methodist church anil chairman of the
group of 400 clergymen who on Mon
day decided to invite the Rev. Billy
Sunday to New York, said that within
a few days he would appoint a com
mittee of eight to make all arrange-
I meats for Sunday's visit, as he was au
| thorized to do by resolution.
"We are not troubled by any lack of
1 money.'' said Dr. Goodell. "Mr. Sun
j day prefers to have a tabernacle spe
' ciallv built for him of rough pine
I boards. This won't cost much, and wc
: have plenty of men now who are will
j iu£ to underwrite its cost."
1 TRUSTEE HELD AS EMBEZZLER
John B. McKee Arrested After Ac
centing Is Made of Estate
t Newark, X. J., .lan. 129.—.lames B.
McKee, formerly Recorder in Bloom
Hehl, was arrested accused of emibez- ;
zling $6,8(40 from the estate of Mrs. 1
i.Julia (lleichman, of Bloomfield, who |
died in 1908.
j McKee was executor anil trustee of i
the estate. He was committed in de
fault of $2,500 bail. It is alleged that
there should be a balance of $7,800 j
in the estate. Judge Harry V. Osborne j
1 issued a bench warrant and signed an
1 order removing McKee as executor and
SEES BROTHER AFTER 4« YEARS
Finding of Long Lost Letter Leads
Hackensaek, N. J., .lan. 29. —John j
Scoskie, now a retired farmer of Ord,j
• 1 Neb., came to this country from (ier
' many forty-six years ago. His brother, j
' Martin, came later and settled at May■
-j wood, near Hackensaek. John is 71 [
1 years old and Martin is 73. The broth-
ers met t'oi the first time ii) forty-six
years, John having come horc for the
Mrs. William Simpson, a daughter of
Martin Scoskie living at
learned of John's whereabouts through
a letter sent here years ago which who
accidentally discovered recently while
house cleaning and she wrote the broth
er in Nebraska.
FISH HAD LIVE DUCK INSIDE
Had Stolen Two Front Innis Arden Es
tate—One Dead When Found
Greenwich, Conn., Jan, 29. V
strange specimen of the angelflsh was
caught this week by Captain Palmer
at Sound Beach, who removed from it
two ducks. The wicked fish hail stolen
the ducks from J. Kennedy Tod's Innis
Arden estate. One was alive'.
The fish was struggling in the water
when seen ibv Captain PalmflV and was
landed with a pair of ice tongs.
The fish is a yard long and its mouth
is 6 by 8 inches. It was frozen in a
catae of ice at the Maher ice'plant and
i* exhibited in the window of the
liochmer market here.