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poundio is 7I y* New Veilings in new mwhea at 25^
MAMIItUMH MPUJUI MNum«T STOM I—————————————l
Every Man Will Want \
His Share ese Goods
« a m
* %%4 r-» 11- goods sale, we have reduced prices
to make room for spring deliveries.
Think of buying a new shirt with the smart heavy Every article is made of flue qual
stripes, and French euffs. at made (4' the same qual- itv , ~air—soft - ,ns, '' ous and *j th
itv percale usually found in dollar K rades. | SSS^JSTTi.
It S a special sale tomorrow. every conceivable shade is iu-
Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. i eluded.
Fine Wavy Switches, reduced to
j _ 7l£ from J>oc; reduced to $1.39
|v~l vOUlll V>orsets from $1.85; reduced to $2.17
JHBK from $2.85; reduced to $2.89
Special at fro,n $3 - 85 -
* Extra Fine Wavy Switches, re-
CQp 1 duced to $2.06 from $2.75; re
\ /V> f v duced to $2.44 from $3.25; re
y/j j J Medium bust and extra long duced to $3.71 Iroin $4.95; rc-
S Zr i- i i . • . duced to 84.89 froili sb.2;>.
\ !'/ Pilt'ijgji ' top: two hooks at bottom; heavy 1 Grey Wavy Switches, redured
NXOi' ' i W hose supporters. J, _» 3 - 3 6 from $3.15; reduced to
mMd Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S. ft reduced to
vjggjf 5p4.09 from $0.'20; reduced to
f* 1 f\ 4. $5.89 from $7.83.
' \ CloariH9f OUt Fine Wavy Transformations, re-
® duced to $1.61 from $2.15 ; re-
Ribbons at duced 10 93,71 from
Grey Wavy Transformations, re-
Waists That 25c yard K -
They are mill ends of «>9c Many other hair accessories, not
Are New and &rr■*•*?•«""!«*, for 1 '.
girdles or children s hair
bows. 5 inches wide. /_
X/CLIII Ly Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. TfrVTTS*'
st.2s, $1.50, $1.98, Smart Overcoats at
$2.50 Neckwear Clearing
A new receivenient of
l hose at $1.25 and $1.50 are of dainty stvles and all. are -Reductions
Habutai silk in new models; white those very popular collars; Boys' Heavy Chinchilla Over
on \. Those at $1 and $2.50 are collar aild Cliff sets of 01'- coats, with comfortable, warm
of excellent erepe de chine. in Ike aud Oriental laee. i nf?"'?-'" '''"V"'
wanted shades. T> • , . OK , n l -\ toi bo\s 10 to 1r \ca>-s. Reg-
Priced at JSC and 50c ularly $5.95 aud $«.&5. Reduced to
Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S. Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. $3.95.
' For the Little Boy of 2V 2 to 8
A W7* * 1» O I years, we are showing Balmacaan
j-±fl MLXtraOrainarU Sale Oven-oats in about a dozen ditfer
ent cloths, in blue, grey, brown.
C • ■"* A«i n • i• Heather mixtures, etc. Reduced
Copies of Famous Oil Paintings sftKs.KXr'
In Oil Effects, 95c Each ""-™"
Something entirely new in art work. By a special process, mauv
old favorites have been reproduced in such a tine manner that the'v
xvou'd pass as original oil paintings. They are very special at 95<\
wlmh price was only possible through buying a quantity. Framed V/wrßfltrV#
it desired, in a beautiful gilt frame, for $1.45 extra: complete for
,9>-.4U. i>ee window display.) For sale in Carpet Department. V
A Few of the Subjects: .
Behind the Plough, by C. Welsh.
Hansel, by Si'hauss.
iCui; h^ h All thTee of our bees are
t bv' V sfiefer ß " ehle ' nOW I)USy about.
Flight to Egypt, by Lorram. This is a sure sign that an
Fourth FIoor—BOWMAN'S. unusual something is going
. to happen soon.
Men's and Youths' $12.50, <t>Q CA
$13.50 and $15.00 Suits at «PO»«5"
These are all well tailored suits of the new snappy
lish models, as well as the more conservative stvles; lined in
most cases with a good quality of serge, others lined with «SEL
mohair. Many can be worn throughout the year.
$12.50 and $13.50 all wopl cassimeres, unfinished wors
teds and homespuns, in grey, tartan cheeks, plaids and pencil
stripes; all at B>so
$15.00 all wool striped serges and worsteds, in mixtures, j\\l
stripes, checks and over plaids; in new English models as well /i V / I
as stouts, regulars and shorts; all at $8.50 /\ y I \
Blue serges, bine worsteds, blue flannel suits, that were \ v I
$12.50 and $13.50. are now .
Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. \°f
A special lot of Men's Overcoats that were $9.90, and W\ \
$12.50, are now II \'
$5.00 1 (Ow 1
Our entire stock of Men's Overcoats, reduced as follows; | 111
$6.75 $8.75 $10.75 $12.75 I
Were $lO to S2O. 1
HARRISBT7BQ STAR-INDEPENDENT, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5, 1915. 1
"~—— NA»»I»»UR«* POPULAR DCMUmiEMT IWI
Your Home Is Worthy of Any
Furniture In This Sale
When you purchase furniture, you purchase YOUR comfort and convenience, and the beauty
of YOUR home, and it must be lasting. To this end, our February Furniture Sale has been
planned and perfected, and to-day it ranks higher than any in this locality because larger as
sortments and greater varieties are offered; and lowered prices to make it a great economical
In this sale you may secure popular priced lines as well as the higher grades, including
period furniture. We invite your inspection and comparison.
Princess , Bureau Chiffoniers
Special in This Sale--$12.90 Each
This is considered one of the greatest furniture specials in the entire stock. Exactly like
above illustration, with full swell front and French lines, and come in tive different dull rubbed
finishes; mahogany, tuna mahogany, quartered oak, bird's-eye maple and walnut. They arc
very well constructed, and were it not for this special sale, they would sell for SIB.OO ereh.
Two Telegrams and the loilet Tables t.
Express Train Match Above
Toll the story of a newly-created three-piece living room suite. Grand Pieces, $10.90
Rapids wired our Furniture Department ot a new sample suite they hail '
just placed on show, asking if we would be interested in showing it in our Patterned aloit" the same
February sale, taking orders if desired.
lines and come in as many
Another wire—and along it came by express. different finishes. $13.75 is
It is Jacobean in every respect,- with, twist posts and cane seats and a '"ir estimate of their value,
barks. Consists of settee, arm chair, and armed rocker. The special price Fifth FIoor —BOWMAN'S,
is $34.95, instead of $4-2.00.
Fifth FIoor— BOWMAN'S.
Dplon Skirts l ~~p-ji
Said to Be the Finest I
in New York. Sold Only «S
Here in Harrisburg
The new models arrived here yesterday. The smartest )Wj \
we have ever shown. And it is said that separate skirts will
be very popular this coining season. These are in fine gab- >
ardincs, poplins, prunella and coverts. AVidtJis vary from two .
and a half to three and a half yards. (Plousky make.) W OHI6II S
Price range, $5.00 to $15.0b FillC $3 00
We Opened To-day Our Last : m4s3 50
Shipment of the sls C 1 , n
Plush Coats Shoes ' SL49
... , . . , . , . We have taken three hun-
It is not likely we will succeed m getting more of them as the materials— , . • , ,
the good grades—have about disappeared from the market. No maker who t 4 '' ' S 0 a > soe
has the plush will make them and sell them so that we can retail them for shoes from off our shelves
$15.00. We were only able to sell the kind of coats we sold at $15.00 by the «»d placed them among the
misfortune of a good maker who over-bought his capacity to sell. lie $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 shoes
needed the cash and we took his coats in exchange at a very low price. \ ve have been selling for
But there are thirty of them here for to-morrow and there are several very
good styles. All sizes up to 4t> among them. Belted all the way around— y| f\
half belts—flared models, Fox trot models, College' models.
All at One Price, $15.00 I thus completing the sizes that I
Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S. were missing, and greatly
Specials in You've never been offered
InirnHnrttir Npw greater shoe values before,
luiruuutiug new Domestics 1 and the probabilities are you
Orrandie Rave never will again, as the leatli
® * Sheets at 79^ —regularly 05c— er alone in these shoes is
Special at made of Utica muslin; size 81\f)0 j . I worth more than $1.4!) at; I
" inches: marked "O;" slightly soil- present market prices.
There is every indica- ed. Third Fi6or—bowman's
tiou that >this new and Pillow Cases to match Utica
sheer wash fabric will !- e o~ B '. *2x36-inch, at 17c each;
bo most popular coming Mtow Oum, 19* SOap SpeCialS
.Spring. Satin stnpe and elch _ , 25c: s ,„il„„eJ ,o c»k eß Swiff. Mde soao 29*
.floral pattern, in blend- e dge ; size 45x36 inches. , , ap '
mg shades of pink, light Dress Ginghams at 8* yd.— l / *
blue, green and white. regularly 10c and 121/^'— new es & aptha soa P'
Because, of a large pur- spring line in fancy plaids and , XT .
chase, we can sell this '? cak " ff 1 " N ."?
ai - 2 cans Old Dutch Cleanser, 15<
ver £ re .v calico; cut from full 10 rolls toilet paper, 25<^
.7 ™ . x . >c , P ieees 5 30 different patterns to se- No phone orders for soap will b3
Main FIoor— BOWMAN'S. lect from. . sent C. O. D.
U-———————J Maiu FIoor—BOWMAN'S. Basement—BOWMAN'S.