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MARKS &C&PELIJV FINAL MARK-DOWN PRICES in the Going-Out-of-Husiness J ale This business will positively be discontinued next Thursday. The store has been closed all day to-day—every piece of merchan dise has been marked with final-mark-down-prices, and will go on sale BEGINNING TO-MORROW MORNING AT 8:30 O'CLOCK AT THE MOST SENSATIONAL PRICES EVER OFFERED EVERYTHING MUST POSITIVELY BE SOLD BY THURSDAY NEXT SUITS ' COATS WAISTS 1 ' DRESSES ' One lot of suits in serges and novelty cloths, worth up to One lot of ten Evening Coats and Capes, <£Q AC 7 f, ing t rie wo^Vsl $25.00. Final Mark Down Price, d* O A O worth to $35. Final Mark Down Price, choice, *P s<. O 1° $ 2 - 50 - final Mark yRc white washable linen, voile and batiste Dresses; worth choice JhZ Ho W7S * n Down Price, choice U p to $7.50. Final Mark Down Price, r\ o ChO,CC One lot of 25 Heavy Winter Coats- 104 Linger ie and Linen Tailor- choice 98c One lot of suits in plain tailored serges, blues, blacks and Values SIO.OO to SIB.OO. tinal Mark Down Q C ed Waists; worth $2.50 to $3.95. grays, suitable for Fall wear; worth up to $22.50. AQQ Price, choice |. V« > Final Mark Down rA . 49 Dresses in Swisses, linen, voile and batiste; worth up Final Mark Down Price, choice «7U Values $20.00 to $27.50. Final Mark Down AC Price, choice OUC to $13.50. Final Mark Down Price, <| Qn All . .. . , , . Price, choice I jD 25 Waists in Organdy and Ba- choice . *J) A tt/O All other suits in serges and fancy mixtures, blues and u j j j • blacks included, mostly plain tailored models, worth from One lot of Children's Kersey Coats, sizes Bto 14 years; tiste, embroidered and stripes, 15 Taffeta and Messaline Dresses, worth up £ QQ $25.00 to $45.00. Final Mark Down Price r* f\ worth up to $7.50. Final Mark Down Price, d» *| -7Q nwwt models; worth s l\ so - to $15.00. Final Mark Down Price, choice .... *l)^.^o , . ' choice X • « J7 Final Mark Down "7C _ I 19 fui r iengthplain - tailored Black Coats,' suitable for choice ; ;• • • , ® n'* 1 154 QR , elderly women; worth up to $25.00; all sizes. /I QQ AH J re ™ ainln g col ° red f llk . WOrth t0 $25, Fmal Mark Down Pr,ce ' cholce ' V 4*, J7O All Remaining Final Mark Down Price, choice ItoJ/O crepe de chine and chiffon waists, 29 Cloth Dresses, mostly serges; worth to d» O ffc E? /Ali OU i 1 C 3 __ _J about 30 m all; worth $3.75 to $13 . 50 . Final Mark Down Price, choice Values that range from $7.50 to $16.50. Final Of\ f \ 56.00. Final Mark $1 CA V Mark Down Price choice o"c | SILK PETTICOATS | Down Price, choice .. v/ J —36 Messaline and Taffeta Silk Petticoats, all colors; worth S SKIRTS E WHITE COATS & SUITS "w?e $4 '. ro \ F ! n,^ MarkDOWnPr ! C . e ' $1.49 « Swe»n worth to S s6.oo; Flna f Mark d"ow Prk S h"*' UP 3) 195 Odd lot of ten Coats and Suits in white; worth up to 15 Genuine KLOS-FIT Silk Petticoats with Jersey Top, gray, white and black. Final lna 3r ° wn nCC ' C 0106 * .50. Final Mark Down Price, standard $5.00 value. Final Mark Down Price, A Q Mark Down Price, 1 (")(") 16 white Wash Skirts in Horick's English Rep; *7 g ice ,SDeUU choice ! choice worth up to $6.00. Final Mark Down Price, choice.. «OC —' ————— —, — , | M n E J* K—P RR— | 1 I—r1 — r N r~r— I■ll ■ I ■■■— ■■■—■— ■wiwimwi N ■INW—W— — H ■I mm Hl— ■■ nn—i .IMUUUII »uU ■/ W I M| m |mf < qgfli =■ BE SURE TO BE ON HAND PRO JO-MORROW MORNING— QUANTITIES IN v\ARKS & COPELIN " BRINGING UP FATHER —By McMANUS r~ S • - -z_J[ wnv/r , F ) f DOtS'"T - \ OH'. HOV DO \OU T~77IZ~Z 50Rf<t "lAOftti - BOT 1 AMD TO I J vour (Tot d , a c? 1 "oZ N -'szs, .. e H ---nrA TOP! BUStNESb» \p- v m k v fT I inTRO- UC> J . v to? J | —yf — y" 1 1 National Supply .Co. you will want rMT J f or the least to see us when money or better you 8 South Fou Opening Specials in Fall and Winter Suits and Coats For Women THE newest styles for the coming season have arrived, and as our entire stock of men's clothing has been disposed of to make room for a larger and better store for women, " you are now assured of a splendid selection of women's apparel at prices that cannot be excelled for values elsewhere. An inspection of the following specials purchased for cash will convince you that it would be impossible to sell them at such remarkable reductions if we had not purchased this lot for cash at an exceptionally low figure. One lot of Women's Suits in gabardine, poplins One lot of new Serge Dresses in navy and and serges, that cannot be duplicated elsewhere black, regular $5.98 qq for less than sls. Our purchase price d»Q QQ value; special at *P0.»70 enables us to sell them at Autumn Coats in latest cut and approved mate- Other Suits with fur trimmed collars and cuffs terials, a $7.98 value at $4.98; a Q in best grade poplins and serges, some trimmed $lO values, at « •T'O in fancy braids; suits that are good values at Skirts of corduroy in navy and fel no $22.50; opening <Sl4Qfi brown. $3.50 values iH.UO special All Wool Serge Skirts, plain or with fcl A(\ Proportionate low prices on other new suits invisible stripes. A $2.98 value, at 1 .**27 that are pleasingly attractive in style and pattern. Other Skirts in poplins and serges in navy and One lot of Sample Dresses in best grade of silk black with belts and pockets, the very latest In poplins, $lO and sl2 values; fiJC QO style; a $3.50 1 nn opening special J>U.J7O value, for 1.170 Other Dresses In combination silk and poplins. Remaining lot of Summer Dresses, in various crepe de chines and fancies, values dJQ QQ materials, suitable for warmer days or up to sls; opening special JO house wear, up to $3.98 values, at OIJC OPEN EVENINGS ALTERATIONS FREE FRIDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH SEPTEMBER 10, 1915. Installation of Dr. Hawes to Be Held October 1 Preliminary arrangements for In stalling the Rev. Dr. George Edward Hawes as pastor of Market Square Presbyterian church were discussed at a meeting of the committee, last night. Judge S. J. M. McCarrell, chairman of the committee was instructed to recommend to the Carlisle Presbytery that the formal exercises be held Fri day evening, October 1. The sermon will be preached by the Rev. Dr. J. Ritchie Smith, professor of homiletics at Princeton Theological Seminary and the charge will be de livered by the Rev. Dr. Moffatt, a for mer president of Washington and Jef ferson. The charge to the congrega tion will be given by the Rev. Dr. George B. Stewart, of Auburn Theolo gtcal Seminary. The Rev. Dr. with his family, will arrive in this city Wednesday. They will makfe their residence in the manse of the church at 127, State street. He will preadh a sermon in Market Square Sunday, September 19. France Thankful For Gifts From Harrisburg Writing from France to Miss McCor mick, of the local War and Home Re lief Committee, Mrs. Edith Wharton, the widely known novelist, tells of the good which Harrisburg contri butions to the war sufferers have done. "I have iust received a quantity of splendid shirts for the wounded from your relief committee," says the letter in part. "I am in touch with numer ous hospitals near the front and have constant opportunities of distributing supplies where they are most needed and I can assure you that the gifts of your committee will find immediate use." DRUG FIRM REORGANIZED The wholesale drug Arm of Bow jman, Mell A Co. was reorganized at a meeting yesterdav afternoon at 1347 I Howard street. Great Peace Session at Sunday School Meet The convention of Pennsylvania Sunday schools at Erie, scheduled for October 5, 6, 7, 8, promises to bring together Sunday school representa tives from every county in the State. A great Peace Meeting, with P. C. Knox, ex-secretary of State as the principal speaker is a feature of the program. Thursday, October 7, will be O. A. B. C. day. This day will bring out large delegations of Adult Bible Class men and women. A street demonstra tion on wheels, calling for the use of 1000 automobiles, will be a unique event. The whole program is rich with talent of national and interna tional reputation. Dauphin county Is entitled to 50 delegates. Application for delegate credential cards should be made to J. Gilbert Aldinger of 429 Maclay street, Harrisburg, who is the corresponding secretary for the Dauphin County Sun day School Association. The railroads are granting reduced round trip rates for this great meet ing. TAKE MILITARY CENSUS TAKER FOR GERMAN SPY Considerable excitement was created on Allison Hill last evening when a man of soldierly appearance started a house to house inquiry as to the number of men of military age in each. Many thought It was a Ger man spy after information. The trouble was finally settjed when Motor cycle Officer Schelhas "arrested" the man, took him before Charles Pass who identified him as N. F. Swords, of 510 South Fifteenth street. -Swords had been deputized by Edward S. Mc- Farland, assessor of the Second ward to help him take the militia census for him. BRIDGK BOOSTERS MEET of the Walnut street bridge across the railroad met in Swab's Hall last night and discussed plans for waging a Dublletty campaign before the Fall election. Another meeting will be held next Thursday. NORTH THANK YOU SPECIALS SATURDAY I APPRECIATING YOUR SPLENDID ATTENDANCE AT MY OPENING, I HAVE ARRANGED THESE TEN BIG SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY: SATURDAY STORE OPENS 8 A. M. CLOSES 9 P. M. WOMEN'S Women's and Misses' Women's Cloth HOUSE DRESSES Early FALL COATS DRESS SKIRTS 88c SI.BB The $1.25 kind 1 T "^ I !? ld elsewhere 01l woo i n i a id« elsewhere Splendid styles in in the newest belted .^lTl^woot 1 ' serges' black and navyf cnai.ibrays. AH Women . g and Mlsses . Alterations. Newest FALL SUITS Women's SILK PETTICOATS LONG KIMONOS The $20.00 Wnd djl Q Q <fc| 4ft elsewhere *P'* 00 "• Stunning styles, In The $2.98 kind The $1.95 kind all wool poplin, gab- elsewhere elsewhere ardlne, whipcord, etc. Silk messaline and Pretty washable Every new shade. chiffon taffeta Pettl crepes, in fine designs. Free Alteration. coats. Plain and A " slze3 - Women's and Misses' changeable shades. Women's SILK DRESSES Women's WHITE WAISTS $5.88 "TiflsT SBC The * 7 - 9S kind ipl.OO , , elsewhere The $2.49 kind The $1.49 kind Of extra fine silk elsewhere elsewhere poplin. Newest Fall Crepe de chine, lln- Volle and organdies, styles apd colors. Sizes gerle. tub silk and or- Newest Fall up to BO bust. gandie. Handsome sizes up to 50 bust. Free Alterations. styles.