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SATURDAY AT " JSSjOWfItCMt'Q SATURDAY AT V (
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: Down Went the Overcoat Prices k a P ppn at t u e p ar i v
I: And To-morrow Is the Sale \ Spring Styles-New VI I
We have moved the Men's Clothing Department to the Ijpx \
y center of the Third Floor in a very much larger, more spa- Sm \uV J \I 1 /$£ l-\ \
y '' JM HW , cious and better place. And now we want to clear out all 3.110, INOVOI (w» .Jb./S \
* O/ff n winter goods as fast as possible because the spring goods
► ™ing and we want t om, U p the racks with spring HUNDRED SEVENTY FIVE » \\
111 This is how we are going to clear the stocks quick. /// / I\% CTN/T CC INT aflkl Vlli '■<
► $13.50, sls and $16.50 Overcoats, $9.00 MYLLb IN WK^
K Every one of these Overcoats at the same price, $9 __ f f SV .W j*
► vl\W ; /Mmf Blacks, grays, browns, blues and mixtures—chinchillas, cassimeres. thlbeta I ire* IN
(I and kerseys. A splendid variety to select from, but not all models in each I lUI 11 111 lii Vj /Jill Vj UI to \i*.\ML <
► $9.90, $10.50 and $12.50 Overcoats, $7 jV iv/iorf than in 1W <
,If Chlchlllas, kerseys and cassimeres, short and full length, with or without IVIV-T\l_j 1 rj.r"\i> U J Oil LiLO UN |\ tt\ 4 I
► I iffmiyll plilllll l belts. Any of them In this group. Saturday at $7.00. flB |i W,Vk \
I MOllHHftl S3O, $35 and S4O Fur Overcoats, $17.75 f MM it Q„,,v,wl v» <
* H I*R 111 I\\VIMHuU The man who owns tt fur overcoat has a coat that will give him years <Jrj3 VjJjllTlQ JL/ICSS&S
► ill H IVWWI lUuin Vi of ® crvlce - But we don't want to carry fur overcoats over until next season, r aS * MO t£\ , A
(I il Ll •' H ll lIM an<J 11 wln y°" t0 b,, y one and la -y 11 aside for next winter because vou mf MB 4
* II R I 111 111 rllHllMlllxt save half price. Fur lined or fur outside. Black kersev shells the fur is Mar- ** V
► | ||II |l|||V mot or Japan ' se DoK ; Pcrslan Ijamb co,,ar » and qu,lted llnlnK ' FOR THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORWARD for a first oppor- <
K i S I'll llSlllwlllli aj, ™ t> j • • rz i ! tunit}- to get new spring suits and dresses this superb group will be most <
► 1 I 111 Bill And These Rcductlons ln Further Reductions on All interesting. <
k II 11111 lllllllllil Men's Trousers Winter Suits . <
► II 11111 l 1111111 il lllllluui Only to make the new clothing Most of these suits are medium 4
x 111 Ilii\ department busy on Saturday. Th e g style" -
II 1111111 l $1.50 Trousers—Corduroy 61,113 wUI b9 charming. <
► included 95f $7.50&58.50 Suits
111 IB s2 indi^d USerS ~ C °sl.(is $9 Suhs s it°' so 3nd 17 2;5 0 PARIS HAS SURELY MARKED THE FASHIONS well for each suit, each '
► ills 111 $2 - 50 Trousers—Corduroy $13.50, $15.00' and $16.50 dreSS ' ' S imbued P erha P s a little ' perhaps to the extreme, with a Parisian air. <
► IS ull included $1.95 Suits at $9.50 • "
*■ t'rl $3.00 Trousers, reduced to SIB.OO and $20.00 Suits at AND THE TAILORING—as perfect, as exact as skillful human hands can '
► VS pair $2.35 $12.50 execute. i ]j| I
I , fcl $4.00 Trousers, reduced to $22.50 and $25.00 Suits at '
: 9 pa,r $ -- 85 sl4 - 50 SUITS, sls to SSO DRESSES, $5.98 to S4O :
On Sale on the Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. . <
*■ 4 BOWMAN'S—Second Fleor, A
► WouldYouPaysl.so Pnow here i :|
► For A Boy's $2.98 to $3.50 Overcoat? ' M " C v 1
t°\riay y ThaTIVe a "et t ™?o" II3S2CP Brass Beds Are Priced Very what Do Y<m Thtak CIIOES 7 :
The Wind-up Sale of & Low in Our February Sale * •
Boys' Overcoats TI;Kt"%"?SuJS r .„TctaS Just one week more an Nol all sizes in each style.
t jJs*r;°:rxt 0 „ isTtosl.so a mm* larnitme . Reduclio,umadetoc,e#n,hestockquick - !
!!!FkMF^ S^ e, S^r n a,,rbetS || I I _==-, JJJII ] , At 50C a palT
cmrr TfV tIIAO Qft lf«r lS" ' *" * ] lt\ II 1 I 1 i—pprtT Women's $1.50 and $2.00 patent oolt, vici kid and gun metal blucher
s P aCC , , . XL J UIC U-OU-JEfZy i I I \l- <"»"«•>«■>■* -r ■ Shoes.
Cases or new spnnc' iJOOUS being nil- Hjr _ 1 ~~ ——l IL IKiiiiimm I P~~-U Children's SI.OO and $1.25 vlct kid and gun metal blucher shoes. Nearly I
, , .1. ... floor Mod • , ... IP wifPiiffcliß I *)» ISI all sizes from sto 8. 4
pcickcd and these Ovet COcltS take up too r ( -V t'lf'iK "f. 1 ' 1,1 IJ iiu/ljiljM 111/! 11/ l 'flff I 111 H; ens » youths', women's and children's first quality rubbers, all sizes,
much rOOlll n 1 | QiiissS lilll' ll ' '''j |k|| t' i l ' I'j 1 Women's SI.OO kid slippers. Also some black kid boudoir slippers. All
Tt is necessary to say Hurry ? Baßa if I ! "J a I jl l if I 11L» *T " ; Misses' and children's $1.50 and $2.00 patent colt button shoes with
• " H99L Is 3 fjSjflH - !l^ white buck tops. Also some blacks. Mostly all sizes from B>4to 2.
"D ' ATT/\»AAn+r> n i CA E.® / \.-A Women's $2.00 and $2.50 patent colt button shoes with white buck tops.
k 00 150ya uvercoaxs ax i H a sizes 3%, <, 4%, 5,5%, eud r.
► They were $2.98 and $3.50 ~ ~~
► I<i inp overcoats, roomy, well made; some three-quarter length, con- fa, ■ /WW -SI I 1 111 I ' A X 11L ■ ■■ Ml » *
vertible collars, belted backs, dark Kerseys and Cassimeres; ages oto 17 n 11 ■ I■■ I ZM Tjaiy ,
years; reduced price is sl.r>o. N'iVr Ml a II \J Jj"** 1 ,
"R^V*\ , fit ®?0 iinWP M I I t Men's $2.00. $2.50 and $3.00 work and dress shoes. All slaes in the lot.
t vVClvvflW U,V* yi. JU . J.. I;, L—Women's $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 sample shoes ln run metal, patent colt I
► ' They were $3.98, $4.50 and $5.00 $ E 5 ; bo*" ? .!!f."i2pte .h«. i. »>«t .o, t «« " |
Blue Cheviots, double-breasted with large fur collar and cuffs —all j M f , 41 P fThJ| V'l'iiiill | mii Imi i blucher styles. L
wool diagonal cassimeres with convertible collar and belt—dark grays, \ . II ,jj [iij b||i|B wWlHffl 1.. i,m ;i|]) |!lj j i| 111 Misses' $2.00 tan vici kid button shoes, and patent oolt and vici kid j
► tans and browns, all at one price, $2.50. ' I'■ i ■ i iu< in| /n £ f]» : ! iil Jiiw R li\ bluchers. Sizes 11 Mi to 2.
_ a A . A -A li L I _ pip n J ILI rj ''U firi Wk nI) r 1 Children's $1.60 gun metal button shoes. Siees f% to 11. i
y 39 BOVS Overcoats at $3.50 J£ 1 1 J S r
; They were $5.00, $6.00 and $7.10 ■ Introductory Pri« $1.50 F.r . J
This means your choice of the best overcoats in our stock —all-wool
Sanitary Dusting Mop and " ~ _ A lit | ' « T\Otf I
kerseys,• cassimeres, chinchillas, cheviots; three-quarter and full lengths /vi M__ All Brass Beds have guaranteed lacquer. Xl> l> allJ ■ 11 CL \JCL±JL '
Comiilete With Ad* tki j $12.00 Bra» Bed,, $7.75 < Boy , ~6 0 M „ k „ d ,L,.. - '<
► Boys $3.98 Winter Suits at $1.95 3 ■'■. i.t *i i SUM Brass Bed '> $ 9 - 75 $25.008rau8ed,,517.50 r,.^'
r Yes! They are winter suits, but they will do for spring, especially anfl Interchangeable Lock. Cl£ A/1 P„„.. D.J. CI 97C C?C Ml D.J. C9O OC soles *
v if your boy is a hard user of clothing—double-breasted Norfolk suits, any SIO.UU DTCISS DeCLS, $1 C.io SOd.VU DTOSS BetlS, $£9.99 oleß ' i
► On Sale on the Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. acme of simplicity, the oifly self- SIB.OO Brass Beds, $13.95 $50.00 Brass Beds, $39.00 Ak A j l
— Most of these beds come in bright or satin finish. At. ml OS 3. T)AAY ' !
: Gray Hair Goods Reduced T"r P T'-, Bed Room Furniture February Sale ° P , :
hair to matili the . . . . . . OStlirdSV OO3D SoeCiaN ir\ i i • 1 c uiiu i ir Men's $3.50 sample shoes in black and tan elkskin, blucher styles,
► gown. If your hair is Just beginning to gray, your " uuap upcciaiS $24.00 Quartered Oak Colonial Dresser for $18.75 Goodyear welted soles. Sizes 6to 7. 4
shade is here. If your hair is white —your shade 10 cakes Swift's Priilc Soap for oi ? fin Onartererl Oak Dresser for Si) 95 Women's $3.00 kidney heel button shoes in gun metal and patent colt
► Is here—ln fact, every shade of gray can be had v 2 J, C tjuartereci uak uresser 10l slsln Some have cloth tops. <
► J l,l thlS Sak <U • mOSt unusual rcduc t'o n ß in prices. 6 cans Swift's Washing Pow- $15.00 Quartered Oak Princess Dresser for $10.85 Misses' $2.50 and $3.00 gun metal and vloi kid button ahoea. Some i
► SBmdSm f Gr * V N " ur °" v WaVy n-™., - •• s „W.S |l|-00 Gold™ OakOreSMr for $11.98 , h o«. « ... na W .=K .Ik*., wui .
WmMEUB& (T S P ;,nX — on jncnes ong—reduced to $1.15 Cleanser 5 5( . $24.00 Mahogany Dresser for $lB.oO welt soles Sizes 3to 6. »
k Regularly S^OO——is inches long—reduced to $2*25 Nauhtha^ao HOW,,lan & °?i' 8 (Princess Dresser and Chiffonier to match same price). On Sale on the Third Floor BOWMAN'S <
► m J itegularly $5.00—24 inches long—reduced to $2.65 . e'"T« $24.00 Quartered Oak Dresser for . $18.50 i
► / 'V—3 Gray Wavy Transformations Aluminum Ware Specials (Princess Dresser and Chiffonier to match same price). \/a*v*r P-v/-illicit- a Poffri»y*r*o in fK* i
► / I Itegularly $2.00 all around size—reduced to $1.65 $1.45 Wearever Windsor Cooking $24.00 Birds-Eye Maple Dresser for $18.50 V Cly LLXQUISiIC 1 dIICI 115 111 lllC 4
► /"" S L in' attendance"'will 6 Noi° s'andTimported Aluminum (Princess Dresser and Chiffonier to match same price). 11 • £¥ * * .1 "
" ' No Mall Orders rilled. uJt? SSSSS Wlpliiii' Cir'a.sia" Wiallnut Printer Dre SS er for *19.00 (oOlleCtlOn Ot LfllOlS 01 ttl©
► On Sale oil the Second I r Ioor—BOWMAN'S. Pan Sets with adjustable nickel- $~2.00 Circassian \\ alnut Chiffonier to match $19.00 * 1 O 1 X T *
y ____ plated handles, at $1.09 SIB.OO Bird's Five Maple Dresser for $12.98 OPCCIcU 02UC INOW Vyll 4
' Women's $1.75 12-buttOn Gloves " Th^ S ta fiSLSSt- *£*o£' " rke) ' -importefunens from the worfcr. greatest centers •
a Fifth Floor, BOWMAN'S. —lreland, Scotland, Germany, r irm, rich, lustrou*; i
y Qofnt-rlpV ml <0 a "Pfllf The Proper Wall linens —the acme of the weavers'art. ■<
oaiuiuaj «j>-L.J7 a, xraii Paper Makes Fancy Decorated ftQr [ Bought under regular price—saving about half— j 1
High grade kid gloves at a reduced price is a good investment at __ f*Pt,,' M - VljC from three of New Y Ork S lllOSt prominent itll- *
► anytime. We have a quantity of these 12-button length black and TllA TTntUtt IjerillclH WfllC W , 4
white kid gloves that were selling up until now at $1.75 a pair, which VAAV» IJ.UIUC _ . poi lerh.
are reduced for Saturday's sale to $1.39. Even if you have no imme- When you are ready to buv Regular PriCCS $1.50 $1.69 Mid $1.98 A f'iW of the Very fine Values printed. 4 h ' ,< 4
l. dlate use for these kid gloves it will be profitable for you to buy them vull nai»r cnm. lo .»j i , » „, , , J . v * 4
to-morrow. Hn v ok at A now assortment —Schlagelamllch quality. There are cake and The Sale Will Continue — !
' -jsrse, *i n rv. Kw 8 - ssjk r, SUS to $2.00 Da,„a S k t ops fOT ■.**«> '
' _____ Mjgr.HSfnß bo - 1 * A ° y jw» and SIOOO Double U.n«wk Table Ck*hi> $5.00 -
I Furs at Lowest Prices of Season ~ :
► Many people are buying furs now to store away for next rooms and parlors at 40c a . _ _ ~ ITT ] " «ei2 SO Table Cloths $7.00 i
► wuT? ?ZT*T? u TirV" l 7?^ 1 7i±aa * Xm «™ w«„ P a. 560 Seamless Sheets, fn. $2.50 Damask cioths $1.59 ,
► Iceland lox Sets—scarf and muit at.... dming room hail and Qa+nrilAV at DUC $5.00 to SB.OO Breakfast Cloths $3.90 <
Raccoon Sets—scarf and muff—at .. .• "c^iiion®To »a»« h> batUraay at VVV $5.00 to $7.00 Breakfast Cloths $3.50 ,
Russian Mink Sets- scaif and muff at »t>34.9(> Wan" Papers for b»rtn.oms in Advantageously bought, hence the low price. All are double $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 Table Cloths $55.00 i
k Red Fox Sets —scarf and muff —at »f> 17.98 an almost endless variety, at bed size. Half of them are 76x90 inches, the other half is 81x90 These Linens by the Yard
h Mole-Beaver Sets —scarf and muff—at $13.98 ide aToii' 0 " pr 'ces of Be and inches. Unbleached; good weight. Will bleach easily. Four $2.50 quality, 72-inch, $1.75 SI.OO quality, 68-inch .. 690
. Black Coney Muff and Scarf at $1.79 to $4.48 naner ha ,2stin ' ate » to a customer. . , $2.00 quality, 72-inch, $1.15 90c quality, 68-inch ... 590
Children's Furs at 98« i to #4 25 ° n sale °" the Pillow Cases to match at 1 each. $1.65 quality, 72-inch, SI.OO 75c quality, 54 inch 490
On Sale on the Second Floor BOWMAN'*? BOWMAN'S. On Bale on the Main Floor. BOWMAN'S. On Sale on the Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. <
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FRIDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH FEBRUARY 20,1914.