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Friday Specials Lower the Cost of Shopping Considerably No Friday Specials Sent C. O. D. or Mail or Telehone Orders Filled V——————— ———^ Dress Cottons 50c silk stripe voile, 38 inches wide, solid shades; Friday only, yard 25? 79c silk crepe, 36 inches wide, solid shades; Friday only, yd., 29? 65c crepe de chine, half silk, 36 inches wide; Friday only, yard, 490 25c and 39c pongees and voile, solid shades; Friday only, yard i«s4? 25c ratine, solid shades, pink and blue; Friday only, yard 10? 20c crepe. 30 inches wide, neat and fancy stvles; Friday only, yard 15? 15c tissue, neat styles, fast colors; Friday only, yard 9? 6V4C lawns, neat styles and fig ures; Friday only, yard 3? 6V4C chatnbray. 28 inches wide, in plain shades of blue; Friday only, yard l'VjC crepe in plain and figured styles; Friday only, yard .... 7^? 10c galatea. neat stripes and fig ures; Friday only, yard 7^? Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Changeable Taffeta SI.OO changeable taffeta. 27 inches wide, suitable for petticoats and dresses ; Friday only, yard .... 39? D., P. & S., Street Floor, Front. Corsets at Half Prices. Nemo self reducing corsets, $4.00 value *'-2.00 Dives, Ponierov & Stewart. Second Floor. D., P. & S. Special Corsets, $2.00 value; Friday only $1.35 Broken sizes of corsets and bras sieres, 50c value; Friday only 25? Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. Street Floor. Stationery and Books Pound of paper and two packages of envelopes, 45c value; Friday only 25? 500 books, large assortment of titles; Friday only 10? 200 books, including Every Man's Library and other good titles; Fri day only 35? D., P. & S., Street Floor, Rear. Black Dress Goods SI.OO black serge, 50 inches wide; Friday only, yard 69? SI.OO black pebble eponge, 42 inches wide; Friday only, yard, 69? 51.25 black silk poplin, 40 inches wide; Friday only, yard 95? 85c black voile, 40 inches wide; Friday only 59? 50c black serge, 36 inches wide; Friday only, yard 35? Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. PUBLIC LEDGER OUT FOR OH: BRUMBAUGH [Continued From First Page] tells its readers why they should vote for Dr. Brumbaugh: "Dr. Martin G. Brumbaugh, the Re publican nominee for Governor, receiv ed most flattering recognition of his pre-eminent services as Superintendent of Public Schools by the Board of Edu cation Tuesday when resolutions were ijnanimcusly adopted expressing the re luctance of the board to accept his con remplated resignation and granting leave of absence, without pay, during the months nf September and October, ■vvlieh h> will be C-—•<red fn his cam paign. Mr. W. T. Tilden. president of the Union Deague, in introducing the resolutions, spoke of the splendid ser vices of the Superintendent and added, with the evident approval of all his colleagues, that he regarded Doctor Brumbaugh as 'one of the greatest pub lic educators in the world.' "It was a graceful tribute from those In the best position to judge Doctor To Help Nature Shed a Bad Complexion Beauty devotees are enthusiastic over the beautifying qualities of mercollzed wax. Nothing discovered within recent years accomplishes so much, so quickly, without harm, at such small expense. The principal reason for its wonderful merit is that it works in harmony with physiological laws. Instead of hiding complexion defects, it removes them It actually takes oft the aged, faded, sal low freckled or blotchy cuticle, gently, f;radualy, causing no Inconvenience. It k Nature's way of renewing complex ions. When the natural process Is re tarded because of deficient circulation or nerve tone, mercollzed wax comes to the rescue and hastens the skin shed ding. This new complexion which ap pears Is a natural one, youthful, healthy, exquisitely beautiful. If you've never tried mercollzed ,wax, get an ounce of It at the drug store, use at night like cold cream, washing it off In the morning. Another natural beautifying treat ment —for wrinkled skin—ls to bathe the face In a lotion made by dissolving an ounce of saxollte In a half-pint •witch hazel. This is remarkably and Instantaneously eltecthe. Advertise ment. i ' ' ■ " i'- - ."■ ■ ' r '-T$ ■ ■" T THURSDAY EVENING, HARMSBURG TELEGRAPH TUNE 11, 1914. Linings 20c black s'atine, 36 inches wide; Friday only, yard 12^? 35c white satine, 36 inches wide; Friday only, yard 29? 50c black and white moire, 32 inches wide; Friday only, yard, 39? Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Colored Dress Goods 50c mohair, 42 inches wide, for bathing suits, navy and brown; Fri day only, yard 39? 50c challis floral patterns, best make; Friday only, yard 39? 75c cream mohair, 54 inches wide ; Friday only, yard 49? $1.25 navy serge, 54 inches wide, all wool; Friday only, yard . .. 95? $1.25 silk poplin, 40 inches wide, steel and evening shades; Friday only, yard 95? $2.00 floral crepes, silk and wool, fine shades; Friday only, yard, 95? 75c crepe de chine, 36 inches wide; Friday only, yard .... 49? Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Boys' Shirts 50c negligee shirts for boys, cuffs attached, coat style; Friday only 29? Boys' Cowboy Suits Boys' cowboy suits, complete; Friday only 64? Silk Neckwear 50c wide end silk four-in-hand ties; Friday only 29? Men's Suspenders Men's suspenders made from 25c fine lisle webbing; Friday 0n1y..9? Men's Auto Caps Men's $2.00 "Chapke" automobile caps; Friday only 95? Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Wash Goods Remnants Wash goods remnants in lengths suitable for shirt waists and chil dren's dresses, consisting of voiles, poplins, linens, silk muslins and pongee at half price for Friday only. Corset Covers Cambric corset covers, lace or em broidery trimmed; Friday only 25? Silk Camisoles Pink or light blue Seco silk cami soles, ribbon shoulder straps, 50c value; Friday only 25? Nainsook Gowns Four styles of nainsook gowns, round or square neck, lace insertion and lace trimmed, lace insertion or lace trimmed sleeves, $1.50 value; Friday only 95? Dressing Sacques Lawn dressing sacques, white ground with neat colored figures, belted waist; Friday only .... 25? Gingham Petticoats Blue striped gingham petticoats, tailored flounce, 50c value; Friday only 35? i Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Second Floor. Brumbaugh's ability, his qualifications as executive and administrator .and his loyalty and resistless energy in any service he assumes. Aloreover, it is a gratifying endorsement of the good judgment and good luck of the Repub licans of the State in securing as can umate for Governor a man of his or. "Dndop Brumbaugh should receive the vote of every Republican In Penn sylvania! moreover, he In entitled to the unqualltted support of every Indepen dent. whether enrolled as Progressive. Democrat, Washington or Keystone. The Public Ledger Is gratified that there IN this candidate to whom M can give unreserved support, nnd rejoices that the people of Pennsylvania have the opportunity of selecting as Chief Executive a man of such signal ability. "Doctor Brumbaugh Is a native Penn- through ancestors who have been honorably Identified with this State since early Colonial days and springs from the pure German stock whose achievements are inextricably woven in the history of the Commonwealth and whose record has ever been distin guished for rugged honesty, strong in tellectuality, resolute conviction and ardent patriotism. "His whole career has prepared him for the higher duties he now seeks. As a "boy he was a school superintendent of his native county, Huntingdon, where he won his spurs: even then, though but 22, his reputation went be yond the State, and Louisiana em ployed him for three years in summer to organize her system of Teachers' Institutes. "He then took the post-graduate courses at the University of Pennsyl vania and Harvard, received the de gree of doctor of philosophy and was invited to head the Department of Pedagogy at the University of Penn sylvania. He did this so well that President McKlnley sent him to Porto lUco to organize the educational sys tem of the Island. Here his executive and administrative ability again bore fruitage, and he did his work so ad mirably that President Roosevelt urged him repeatedly to remain, but his duties called him home. "In 1906 he became the Superinten dent of the Philadelphia Public Schools. The extraordinary result achieved is the living testimony of his unusual talents and rare qualifications as ex ecutive and administrator. He has had here supervision over 5,000 trained em ployes, 320 school biuldings, 382,000 school children and an annual expendi ture of >8,000,000; after eight years his Board of Kducation lays at his feet the warmest testimonial which official utterance can express, and an Imperial city ardently endorses this generous recognition. "Doctor Brumbaugh's endorsement by President TUden is deserved. He In 'one of the chief educators In the world.' and the most distinguished educational leaders on this hemisphere arc the witnesses. He has been chosen Lovely Blouses In New Styles at Big Reductions The materials include voile, linen, embroidered voile and batiste in the newest styles—raglan sleeves or drop shoulder and a few high necks. Trimmed with lac» insertion, or gandy, bunch tucks, embroidered and hemstitched organdy, voile or lace trimmed collar. None on exchange and none sent on approval. $1.95 to $3.95 Blouses at .. 95? $2.95 to $3.95 Blouses at . . $1.95 $3.95 Linen Blouses at 95c Rose, green, maize, Copenhagen and white linen blouses, white linen collars, $3.95 values; special.. .95? 25 Dozen $1.50 Blouses From Regular Stock at $1 Allover embroider}' organdy, voile with organdy vest and collar, voile with organdy yoke and collar, striped crepe with organdy collar, $1.50 value; special SI.OO Choice Values in Hosiery and Underwear Men's 25c silk half hose, in colors and black; special Friday only 19? Women's 25c lisle half hose, in colors and black; special Friday only 15? Infants' 35c silk hose in white, pink, blue and black, 35c quality; special Friday only 19? Infants' white cotton ribbed vests, sleeveless; taped neck; special Fri day only 5? Women's white cotton ribbed vests, sleeveless, extra sizes; spe cial Friday only 18? Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Men's Tropical Worsted Suits; $lO Values at $5 Men's pin striped tropical worsted suits, skeleton lined, two pieces, sizes 33, 34, 35 and 36, $lO value; Friday only $5.00 Men's grey silk mohair and black and blue Palm Beach suits, two pieces, patch pockets, broken sizes, $lO value; Friday only $7.00 Men's $lO Suits, $5 Men's navy blue serge suits, two and three pieces, 46 regular and 46 stout sizes only, $lO value; Friday only $5.00 Boys' $4 Suits, $1.50 Boys' $4.00 Norfolk suits in mix tures, sizes 13, 14, 15 and 16; $4.00 value; Friday only $1.50 D., P. & S., Second Floor, Rear. by his fellow superintendents to the presidency of the Department of Cities of over 20.000 Inhabitants in the Na tional Educational Association .and at every session of that important body his leadership 1s everywhere recog nized. His conspicuous services as a member of the commission which reor ganized the Philadelphia Public Schools, consolidating Into one splendid whole the forty-two separate organiza tions, entitle him to the gratitude of every friend of our schools; again in the conversion of the State schools from the cumbersome system of the late eighties to the present modern organi zation as created by our school code. Doctor Brumbaugh performed Impor tant services, and to his ability and energy as organizer and administrator this supremely important achievement is largely due. "Doctor Brumbaugh will contest tho election with . ance McCormlck. the Democratic nominee, and IJean Dewls, the Washington candidate. Doctor Lewis Is alao a pedagogue, but his scholastic training his given him no such experience as Doctor Brumbaugh; he is a man of high ideals, but lacks the poise, Judgment, sound common sense and administrative and execu tive experience which are so conspicu ously found In Doctor Brumbaugh. Mr. Vance McCormlck is likewise a man of line character and high ideals, but the revelations of his ex travagant expenditures in his pri mary campaign have produced a dis tinct shock and he certainly falls to measure up to the intellectual and executive attainments of Doctor Brum baugh. Moreover, he is running as a Democrat, the avowed defender and supporter of the false economic, in dustrial and tariff doctrines of the present Administration, and his elec tion would be justly construed as a vindication of the present destructive business policy and a confession that Pennsylvania endorsed the blundering attacks on business and industry which have been such lamentable fea | tures of the present Congress. "Doctor Brumbaugh typifies all the characteristics and attributes which should distinguish the Chief Executive of tills great Commonwealth. He has scholarly attainments, platform power, he Is acquainted by actual contact with every grade of our complicated cltizenahlp; he has courage, <polse, breadth of Judgment, administrative experience and executive ability of the highest order; his natural bent has always been toward social, Industrial and economic progress; he Is not tainted with factional politics; he has the courage of his convictions; he has moral strength and the broadest in tellectual culture. As Governor he will be his own man In every sense of the word, and the brilliancy of his record as Chief Executive will reflect honor and credit upon every citizen of the State." Traveling Bags $5.00 cowhide traveling bags, black and brown, leather lined; Fri day only $3.98 Baby Go-Baskets $9.50 to $11.50 baby oriole go-bas kets; Friday only $2.98 Dust Mops 33c dust absorbing mop head, can be attached to any ordinary mop stick; Friday only 19<; Plates 5c decorated and gold traced din ner and tea plates; Friday only, dozen 39f Garbage Cans 42c 14-qt. covered galvanized gar bage cans; Friday only 29«,* Scrub Brushes 10c marble scrub brushes; Friday only Lerqon Squeezers 10c lemon squeezers; Friday only s<> Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Basement. In the Linen Section 50c mercerized table damask, 64 inches; Friday only, yard .... 33^ SI.OO linen sheeting. 2yards wide; Friday only, yard 09^ 50c to 59c French linen suiting, 33 to 45 inches; Friday only, yd., 3 iitf Imported mercerized napkins, 22x 22 inches, $1.50 quality; Friday only, dozen 98^ 25c hemmed bleached Turkish towels; Fridav onlv 17* 12'/jC red border huck towels, large sizes; Friday only, 9^; dozen, SI.OO D., P. & S., Street Floor, Rear. Curtain Goods 19c heavy white scrim, 36 inches wide, for half sash or sill length cur tains ; Friday only, yard 10$ 15c and 19c printed etamine or plain white or ecru voile, 36 inches wide Friday only, yard 12^0 Odd Pairs Curtains Odd pairs lace. ruffled muslin scrim curtains, SI.OO to $2.50 value; Friday only 50<r to $1.25 Fancy Cretonne 25c and 29c fancy cretonne for cushions, shirt waist boxes and drap eries, 35 inches wide; Friday only, yard 19V Linen Couch Covers $1.69 plain linen couch covers with red. green or blue borders; Friday only sl.3i> Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Third Floor. Women's $2.98 Dresses Extra Special, $1.98 Dresses for street, porch and house service in all sizes, selling reg ularly at $2.98 will go out to-mor row at an exceptional saving. Choo«e at $1.98 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Floor. TREAT POORHBUSE SICK LIKE DOGS [Continued From First Page] Did they treat you bad at the alms house?" "Like a dog," replied Cerlbuoni, In Italian. According to a charity worker, who requested that his name be withheld, Ceribuoni's treatment is not excep tional. Vermin are familiars to the bedding In the tuberculosis ward, if not in any other. A patient recently removed from the institution was cov ered with them. Barber "Hadn't Seen Anything" Spencer F. Barber, who was ap pointed warden at the almshouse when the Republican Board of Poor Di rectors was superseded by the present Democratic board last January, when he read the above affidavit this morn ing said that he did not believe con ditions were that bad at the alms house and that he had not found any filth or vermin in the tuberculosis ward. "I go through there every day," he said, "and have never seen any thing such as described here." Swarms of Bedbugs When Parialo's accusation was rend to John P. Guyer, clerk of the poor board, he said that efforts are being made to rid the Institution of vermin. "Conditions were very bad when we took charge," he said, "and we have been making an effort to improve them." But friends of the dying man who to-day is in the Pennsylvania Hospital at Philadelphia think that the bedbugs must be clever to survive persistent efforts in such swarms. Mr. Guyer also said that the same attend ants are employed there who have been there for the past several years. According to Guyer's statement, the responsibility for the unhealthful and unsanitary conditions at the almshouse lie with the management of that In stitution. The only changes made In the management is at the top, said Guyer, all the nurses and help having been on the payrolls for several years, so the fault can lie nowhere but In the directing body and stewardship. WIIjL TRY TO SWIM CHANNEL New York, June 11.—Alfred Brown, qf New York, announced to-day that he had completed arrangements to RO abroad in August in an attempt to swim the English channel for the Alexander trophy, a silver cup, offered by a London promoter of water sports. Men's $1.50 Shirts and 35c Silk Ties Friday only 1 1 For both . The shirts are of mercerized mad ras with separate soft collar in sizes 13 x /i to 17 and the ties are silk four in-hands. This is a $1.85 value; Fri day only at $1.19 D., P. & s.. Men's Store, Street Floor. Women's White Pumps Women's $2.50 white canvas two strap pumps with welted or hand turned soles, with leather or cov ered heels; not all sizes; Friday only . . $1.48 Women's White Shoes Women's $2.50 white canvas shoes, slightly soiled, made on good stylish lasts with welted and stitched soles; not all sizes; Friday only $1.65 Misses' Oxfords and Pumps Misses' $1.50 gun metal calf and patent colt oxfords and strap pumps, made 011 full toe lasts with stitched soles and low heels; Friday onlv 98? Children's Sailor Ties Children's $1.25 patent colt and gun metal calf one-eyelet sailor ties with ankle strap; Friday only 95? Men's Oxfords Men's $4.00 tan calf and gun metal calf oxfords, made 011 high toe lasts with hand welted oak leather soles; Friday only .. $2.85 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. Street Floor. White Goods 25c plain and stripe weave white crepe, 28 inches; Friday only, yard 10? 25c plain and fancy white flaxoti, 36 inches, slightly imperfect; Friday only, yard 10? 29c white pique and corduroy, 28 inches; Friday only, yard .... IT? 25c white flaxon, linen finish, me dium weight, 38 inches; Friday only, yard 18? 39c to 50c figured and dotted white batiste for waists and dresses; Friday only, yard 17? D., P. & S., Street Floor, Rear. Last of the Bargain Lot of Straw Shapes Friday Q C Only These are untrimmed hats that , were formerly $1.23 to $3.95. 111 the lot, which is just about lare;e enough to last through the day, are • many shapes in various straws and shades. D., P. & S., Second Floor, Front. Hair Nets Silt® hair nets with elastic; Friday only, 2? ; or 3 for 5? D., P. & S.. Street Floor, Front. HOPE FIREMEN AS HOSTSTO 33 CO. rContinued From First Page] member has been assessed a certain amount. It is the purpose of the Hope company to have the largest and most attractive division in line. At the head of the Hope division will be ex-Councilman, A. H. Kreidler, who is one of the hardest workers in plan ning for the October celebration. He is also a member of the publicity com mittee of the State Firemen's Associa tion. On the list of companies coming as guests of the Hope company are three of the oldest volunteer organiza tions in the United States, including the Exempt Eire Association, of Buf falo, N. Y. Referring to the trip by this famoua organization, the Buffalo News says: The Buffalo Exempts "The famous Exempts will make the Harrlsburg meeting the occasion of their annual outing and excursion. They will leave the Pennsylvania Rail road station at Buffalo on a special train on the morning of October 5, accompanied by Scinta's band of sixty pieces, and a large number of citizens and wives of the members. "The Exempts will spend the night In Olean and will leave for Williams port on the morning of October 6. Harrlsburg will be reached on October 7. The Buffalo firemen will remain in Harrisburg until October 10. On their way home the Exempts will stop oft at Emporium. The Exempts will make the trip In full uniform and will take along their famous parade carriage adorned with a Buffalo head." Other companies coming as the Hope's guests are: From All Over the East Washington, Mechanlcsburg; Volun teer Firemen's Association, Baltimore, Md.; Swarthmore, of Swarthmore; Marcus Hook; Hope, Manheim; Citi zen and West Side, Steelton; Fame, West Chester: Hope, Lock Haven: Volunteer Firemen's Association, Philadelphia; Hancock, Norrlstown: Washington, Coatesville; Union, Ham burg: Washington and Rainbow, Reading: Royal, Laurel, Rex and Eagle, York; Citizen, Hlghsplre; Cum berland and Union, Carlisle; Perse verance and- Truck and Fire Patrol, of Lebanon, the latter with their auto | apparatus; Pioneer, Marietta; Volun- I teer Firemen's Association, Elizabeth, IN. J.; Tivoli, Philadelphia; Volunteer | Exempts, Trenton, N. J.; Trojan Hook and Ladder Company, Troy, N. Y.; Good Will, Allentown. Each of these companies will have a band with a membership of from 30 to 60 pieces, and twenty of the companies will bring with them their parade apparatus. , Another interesting feature In the t Hope division will be a Junior organ ization of 200 members, which Presi dent Kreidler is now organizing. These ; young firemen will In all probability have the Kolonial Kids' band, and will 1 draw the Hope parade carriage. These officers were elected by the juniors: George Macey, president; William Towsend, vice-president; Charles E. Blessing, Jr., secretary, and John C. Kindler, treasurer. Charles Blessing will be in charge. CONVENTION OF I*. O. S. OF A. Dillsburg, Pa., June 11. —Washing- ton Camp, No. 777, Patriotic Order , Sons of America, of Dillsburg, has begun making plans for the enter tainment of the York county conven tion, to be held in Dillsburg on the first Saturday In August, and the fol lowing committee has been appointed on arrangements: William M. Elicker, B. H. Shriner, John Baker, Ira L. Heikes and Harry Grimes. j j GRADUATES OF WILSON COLLEGE .] Waynesboro. Pa.. June 11.—Among | the graduates of Wilson College, ' Chambersburg. this week are Misses J Leah Gelst and Louise Smith, of Waynesboro, and Miss Ruth Smith, \ Mont Alto. Business Locals LET US CROWN YOU ] 5 The newest high crowns in straws J In a variety of shapes Just a little dlf- ' i ferent, so that several of them are sure to be becoming to you, are here at prices from $1.50 to $3. And, the ' - Panamas that are always staple from ' one season to another, $4 to $5. ICln- ' nard, 1116-1118 North Third street. LADIES' HATS CUT IN TWO , That Is, the price on all Spring and j summer .hats have been reduced one- . half. Regular sls hats, $8; $lO hats for $6 and $5 hats for $3. Untrlm -1 med shapes In fine Milan Hemp and , - Hemps, $4 and $5 hats, choice, $f..50. < - Children's hat» at remarkable reduc f tlons. Mary C. Glass, 1306 Market • j street, i Toilet Goods 25c Johnson foot soap; Friday only 150 10c hard water toilet soap; Friday only, cake 69c hot water bottle; Friday only 490 Baby talcum powder; Friday only 30 Buttermilk, oat meal, cider flower and glycerine toilet soap; Friday only, 3 cakes for 100 Acme toilet soap; Friday only, cake lp 4-oz. bottle peroxide; Friday only 30 D., P. & S„ Street Floor, Front. Laces and Embroideries Maltese and cluny lace edge and insertions, 1 and' 2 inches wide; val ues up to 15c; Friday only, vd., 5? Camisole lace, 14 inches wide, in neat shadow patterns, values up to 25c; Friday only, yard 150 Swiss embroidery galloons and in sertions, one and two inches wide in a large range of patterns; values up to 25c; Friday only, yard 50 Allpver embroidery, 22 inches wide, in open and solid patterns; Friday only,' yard 12^0 Women's Handkerchiefs Women's pure linen one corner embroidered handkerchiefs, worth 10c; Friday only 70 Women's cross bar Swiss and wide hem cotton handkerchiefs, worth sc; Friday only, 3 for .. 100 Ribbons and Collars Satin taffeta baby ribbon, 14-inch wide in white, light blue and pink, worth 19c; Friday only, 100 for bolt of 10 yards. Fancy Dresden ribbons, V/ 2 inches to 2/ inches wide ; values up to 20c; Friday only, yard 100 Plain lace collars in white and ecru, values up to 50c; Friday only, yard 250 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. Street Floor. Hair Ornaments Fancy bead and spangle bandeaux and hair ornaments, 25c, 35c, 50c values; Friday only 150 19c girdle frames; Friday only 100 Dress Shields 75c de luxe silk dress shields, silk embroidered and lace trimmed; Fri day only 440 Silk Moire Bags Silk moire bags in assorted colors ; Friday only 440 Silk frill inovation girdles in all the wanted shades; Friday only 440 Hair Switches $2.98 hair switches; FrMav only #2.25 $4.50 hair switches; Friday only s2iso 1)., P. & S., Street Floor, Front. Pillow Cases 25c 45x36-inch bleached pillow cases, embroidered and hemstitched; Friday only, piece 190 35c 45x36-inch bleached pillow cases, embroidered and hemstitched ; Friday only, piece 290 D., P. & S., Street Floor, Rear. ADVICE ABOUT HOW TO REMOVE UNSIGHTLY HAIR Many physicians use the ingredi ents contained in El Rado for re moving hair In connection with their laboratory work. This shows con clusively how pgrfectly harmless it« action is. Thousands of women have « discovered this, too, and have learned how' totally unnecessary It is to go around with unbeautlful growths on lip, chin, cheek, neck or arms. They apply a few drops of El Rado, the liquid hair remover. Almost In stantly the hair vanishes, leaving th* skin smooth, velvety and even whiter than before. This Is because, posi tively without the slightest harm, the hair has been dissolved. El Rado Is now a standard toilet article, used by thousands of women. You need have no more hesitation In asking for and using El Rado than In asking for and using a toilet pow der. Try El Rado on your arm; prove for yourself that It will do everything claimed. Your money back it you are not entirely satisfied. In 60c. and SI.OO size bottles at all lead ing drug and department stores, or direct from the Pilgrim Mfg. Co., New York. Valuable information sent on request. In this city. El Rado is sold mid recommended by: Golden Seal Drug Store. JC. z. Gross, Kennedy's Drug Store, Kel ler's Drug Store, George A. Gorgas. Business Locals POCKETBOOKS VARY IN SIZE , But a $lO bill will take any suit In the house regardless of price at the Klein Company Store, 9 North Market Square. The former selling price of these ladles' suits varied from $22.50 to $42.50 and represents the very lat est in styles, as you know that our policy is to carry nothing over from one season to another. PREVENTING WRINKLES Experts say that if the skin Is kept soft and smooth, wrinkles may be liepi away Indefinitely. Potts' Greaseless Cold Cream should be gently massaged Into the tissues to keep the face sort and smooth without that greasy resi due so many women object to. On sale at Bowman A Co. and Potts' Drug Store, North Third and Herr streets. iTry Telegraph Want Ads.'