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Save The Peach At last the humble peach stone has been exalted to play a prominent part in this war. For ages it has helped to fill up about one-third of the basket, only to be thrown away again as useless. Now the peach stone saves the lives of our soldier boys in trenches. About two hundred peach stones will provide enough carbon for a Gas Mask. Uncle Sam is using about three hundred tons a day, and wants yours, no matter how few. Dry and save them for the Red Cross. Also plum stones, apricot pits, date seeds, hickory nut, walnut, but ternut and cocoanut shells. Instructions will be pub lished as to their disposal. Peach pit depositories will be arranged in every neighborhood to prevent their waste. Come Early % —wonderful varieties of beautiful wavy \ V switches, 28 inches long; price, s JP $3.95 § BOWMAN'S—Third Floor. Barmon Washable Dresses These Dresses repre sent the climax in frocks that may be appropriate ly worn about the home, on the porch, on the street and for motoring. Not only are they the most perfectly fitting dresses of their kind, but they have features that are obtainable only in these dreses. The hem at the skirt bottom is adjustable. To lengthen the skirt it is only necessary to pull a thread. No seams to rip or restitch. The first sign of wear on all dresses occur below the arms. These dresses have builtin shields that double the life of the gar ments at these points. $2.25 to $5.50 BOWMAN'S —Second Floor Modart Corsets Are Poise-Designed ft Poise is the art of holding one's self i correctly. It is the object of the "set ting up" exercises of all armies, result ing in the military carriage so uni versally admired. Poise means free breathing, better health, greater strength and less fa tigue. Modart front-laced corsets are poised-designed. The correct poise they give tjie figure at the time they are fitted is maintained by the use of ) the lightest clock spring boning which yields, yet restrains which does not become "set"—that is, it does not stay permanently bent. Modart front-laced corsets are su premely comfortable. We ask you to accept a free trial fit ting of the Modart model that has been poise-designed for your figure. Prices ranging from $4.50 to $lO. BOWMAN'S—Second Floor. Women's Hosiery Women's thread silk stockings—black, white and colors, double soles, high spliced heels, wide garter tops, pair ..$1.75 Women's thread silk stockings—black, white and colors, double soles, high spliced heels, pair $1.25 Women's fiber silk stockings—plain black and plain white, double soles, wide garter tops, pair ..SI.OO Women's stockings—thread silk boot, double soles, high spliced heel, wide garter top, pair 89c Women's fiber silk stockings—plain black, plain white, double soles, high spliced heels, wide garter tops, pair 69c Women's silk lisle stockings—black, white and colors, double soles, wide garter tops, pair 59c BOWMAN'S—Main Floor. FRIDAY EVENING, Give Your Old Rubber To the Red Cross Out They Go! White voile waists with pink or blue stripes—some plain colors; round, square or V-necks; some with frills and some have organdie collars with fine ruffling. Georgette crepe waists with fine embroidery and beading; some with frills or square neck in white, flesh, maize and orchid Crepe de chine and satin waists in high or V-necks; white and flesh—some with fine tucks and embroidery. Silk sweaters—loose or pinch back and long sash. Shet land wool sweaters in pink, blue, salmon, and khaki. Either slip-on or coat style. ALL GREATLY REDUCED. BOWMAN'S—Third Floor. It's Time to Buy Fall and Winter Underwear • J The cool days of fall will soon be here and provision must be made for winter comfort. We've never been better equipped to fur nish you with your needs than we are right now. And this, despite the acute market shortage of all kinds of knit underwear. Assort- SN ments which include all good gar iments of good kinds for men, c,\ women and children are at their ' J best now, assuring you of easiest selection. Our prices give you the best values obtainable hereabouts, because we bought before whole sale prices advanced to their pres- Munsing and Athena underwear for women and children fall lines; medium and heavy weight; vest, pants and union suits, cotton, silk BOWMAN'S—Main Floor. Presenting The New Styles Good Shoes Always LTSI f Styles^o Simple |& J j:| Selected for satisfaction, the new styles Spr await your early inspection. The dominant feature of our Fall Style Showing in our windows and store is the true i st y le element, conforming in every way with jj jit Seal f u the recommendations of the War Industries \ All that is good in ladies' stylish shoes is embodied in the fa- ) mous "Dorothy Dodd" footwear, which we feature. There's a ( fame in the name, style in the shoe and service to you. BOWMAN'S—Main Floor. The New Fall The llost Becoming In Years All the models are so attractive that it won't be a question with you of "Shall I Get a Coat?" but rather, "What Model Will I Purchase?" For, indeed, a coat is a necessity this season. Not a single model that has beauty and style correctness to recommend it has been omitted from this splendid show ing. There are garments made of Velour, Bolivia, Suede finished cloths, Plush, Duvetyn, Silk Velour and other pile fabrics in knee to shoe-top lengths, with slightly flared skirts, large collars, fur trimmings, large pockets, buttons and belts as fea tures. Don't neglect seeing this splendid assortment! Priceys29.so t05185.00 BOWMAN'S—Third Flhor. HAHRB3BURG TELEGRAPH • HAIIIIISBI'RG, KniDAY, SEI'TEMIIEII 0, 1918. fYou have, no doubt, come across many beau- S3 tiful hats in your travels from store to store, but = | we doubt if you have ever come across any hats g = more beautiful than the new Autumn Hats 2 2 shown here. Thousands—yes, we are safe in saying thou- g g sands. Besides those you see displayed on tables §j S and in show cases, every large drawer in depart- = jg ment and other storage space is filled to supply s = the increasing demand for Bowman millinery. § Original and artistic reproductions from the s S most reputable houses who have the best pos- = £ sible facilities for reproducing the French models. £ BOWMAN'S—Third Floor. Dress Goods and Coatings PThis is the great Trial Season for woolen fabrics of all descrip commandeered all wools in the country, and the mills are all however, we wish to make our good fortune known to you. We have received 75% of the biggest orders we ever placed on dress goods and coatings for Fall and Winter of 1918-1919 and at prices that are a big saving on to-day's market—the fabrics are select and colors the choicest. 54-inch Jersey Suiting; yard $4.50 52-inch Suede Velours; yard $4.85 54-inch Velour D.uvet; yard $5.50 54-inch Velour Melange; yard $0.95 52-inch Satin Broadcloths; yard $4.50 and $5.00 40-inch Satin-faced Cloth; yard $3.25 40-inch Bengalines; yard $3.25 42 to 54-inch fine French Serges; yard SI.OO to $4.95 54-inch Poiret Twills; yard $4.95 Fur Cloths and Slik Plushes' Such as Karami, Kolinski, Alaska Seal, Hudson Seal, Astrakhan and Ponyskin; ya!rd $7.95 to $18.50 BOWMAN'S—Main Floor. News Notes For Knitters A new lot of yarns just arrived—all of the most noted makes, as Silk Shetland, Germantown, Zephyrs, Saxony, etc. We have all the new and desired shades in both small and large balls exactly what you want at this time of the year for knitting sweaters, scarfs, etc. BOWMAN'S —Second Floor. SEPTEMBER 6, 1918. A Complete Line of New Handbags On Display Owing to a shortage of leather, the number of leather hand-i bags is limited, resulting in the offering of many substitutes. Yet, to early shoppers who hold firmly their preference for leather handbags, our persent assortment offers splendid choosing. Over-night bags, real r"\ Vachette leather—green, blue, lavender, purple and tan silk real Vachette leather, sheared J Size 16x10 inches, $19.00 Week-end handbags Utility Bags—Duplex safety lock, opens and closes with a snap, fitted with coin purse, 11-inch frame. Ladies' purses, back and top strap in all wanted leather. Seal, Morocco, V achette, etc. Price by degrees from large variety of new styles SI.OO up to SIB.OO BOWMAN'S—Main Floor. New Fall Draperies That Wtil Play Their Part Wonderfully Well Beautiful assortment of Sunfast Madras curtains for doors in bjue, rose, green and brown—some solid colors, others two toned, price $5.50 to $7.00 Sunfast Madras in the desirable shades; 36 to 48 in. wide, beautifully figured 45c to $1.39 yard Cretonnes—suitable for any purpose—draperies, cushions, upholstery lor bags; rich new patterns, yard ./..30c to $1.39 Wonderful assortment of voile, Marquisette and lace cur tains from the plain hemstitched to the more elaborate Irish point in the three shades; white, Ivory and Ecru, pair, $1.39-to $12.00 Heavy Rep for portieres—so inches wide in plain and fig ured blue, green, rose and brown, yard. sl.lO, $1.35 and $1.50 BOWMAN'S—Second Floor. Men's Furnishings For Style and Service Men's dress shirts—Fine Madras, new fall patterns, soft cuffs, cfiat style, each $1.50 and $2.00 Manhattan shirts; all of the best materials, each, $2.00 up to $6.00 Men's neckwear—wide open end—four-in-hand, each, 50c, 65c and SI.OO Men's soft collars—each .'....20 c, 25c, 35c and 50c Leather belts—each 50c, 59c, 79c and SI.OO Monito half hose—silk, 75c; silk and lisle, 50c; lisle, 39c; cotton, 25c; all have double soles, and high spliced heels. . Men's Pajamas—percales and Madras silk frogs—each, $1.50, $1.69 ahd $2.00 Munsing union suits —cotton, short sleeves, Y\ length each, $1.50 and $2.00 Men's union suits—medium weight cotton, long sleeves, each $1.79 Men's open mesh union suits—short sleeves and }\ length (seconds)csch •••••••••••••*••••••••••• • • >>* BOWMAN'S—Main Floor. . 3 FOUNDED 1871 Sale Of Canning Specialties You still have to morrow until nine o'clock in the evening inwhichtoavail yourself of the special prices that prevail on all canning and pre serving supplies and specialties. Glass jars or tops, tin cans, blanching baskets, root beer or ketchup bottles, fruit jar wrenches, evapo rators, canners, jelly strainers and in numerable other things at reductions that mean a decided saving. , uil, BOWMAN'S—Basement.