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DE.LI. IDl—ia.Hl II.MTEI)
Store Closes Saturdays At Six=Shop Early
JasL u.s.
JfSHOpfe
M nou/ m
There are always some gifts which one cannot huy
until later, but the hulk of your Christmas shopping
should he done now! Our store is ready to serve you
with big stocks of serviceable gift-things. Crowds arc
absent, stocks complete and shopping a pleasure. Later
on it may not be so easy.
Don't wait another day! Make out your Christmas
list and buy your presents now. By so doing, you'll
not only be helping yourself, but you'll be helping tire
Government, too! And please carry as many small
packages as possible.
Special Notice to Charge Customers
& Thost Desiring to Open Accounts
In order to induce early holiday shopping and thus
help the government in its efforts to relieve the con
gestion incident to the usual Christmas business, wc
shall charge all November purchases on your December
account.
Biils will he sent out on December Ist. as usual, so
you may check your purchases, but those who wish may
withhold payment until January 1. 1919.
Good V allies in Hosiery
If in doubt as to what gift to buy, visit our Hosiery
Department. Hosiery is always acceptable. Every person
welcomes it and especially lien one is to buy only useful
articles. Nothing can be more useful than these; we have
them in all the wanted kinds.
Women's Silk Stockings, in black, white and colors; wide
garter tops, with high spliced heels (seconds), $1.25.
BOWMAN'S—Main Floor.
Trimmed Hats
Special at $5.00
\ These are Lyon's silk velvets, trim
jdtCK hied with flowers, ribbon fancies and
ornaments. Large sailors, niedium
size roll brim, mushroom and turbans.
> Please remember that the hats are
£ all stylish and desirable. A special pur
chase that permits noteworthy values
}s k at this price, $5.00.
(BOWMAN'S—Second Floor.
Georgette Crepe
Special SLSS Per Yard_
Hundreds of yards for Saturday selling in every dc
siiable shade—4o inches wide—strong and durable.
Suitable for sleeves, gowns and collars.
BOWMAN'S—Main Floor.
Notions Priced Specially For
Saturday
PARISIAN CURLERS and wavers—no metal to cut the
hair —t sizes—3sc*. 23c, 1 Te, (Se.
SECUKI'I HOSE SUPPORTERS pad front—rubber
button — 15c*.
BESTVETTE VEILS—no tieing—no pins—stays in place
for golfing, motoring and 1 general out-door use. In black
taupe, dark blue, medium brown, purple and gray—23e.
MUFF BEDS—black, brown, gray linings- 15r-, TOf*,
81.45, $2.15.
SHOE 'PREES—To.
BOWMAN'®-* Sluln Floor.
Waists Unsurpassed For
Style and Value
White, flesh, bisque, gray, rose
and orchid. Sonic have frills,
tucks or embroidery, with round
NL or necks and large or shawl col
\ ' ars> o,l 'y some of the hundreds
•*"*K'* 0t *' lC man y P' vit r and becom
tltl .\ V \"* Waists that are to be found
} y \J' n our Waist Department, which
; " ,• is unexcelled for its assortment,
: . gT&LS 84.19, 85.49 and B<i. 19
\ Cotton Waists, with high
necks, and collarlcss; in laven
•••ffl 1 \ dcr, blue stripes; odd sizes,
AmW~wm k=* 3 - 87 and * ;J * B7 -
SS3mBLV _fy c'° < i|| BOWMAN'S—ThIid Floor.
VRIDAY evening.
This New Lot of j
Suits and Coats
| Represent Values Extraordinary
I For To-morrow's Sale
Hundreds of beautiful garments selected under mar
ket conditions that have been extraordinary for price tfkrv H
•A concessions. Cash talks in New York when manu
facturers get unexpected cancellation of orders. They JcT
cann °t a ff° r d to take a chance, but unload as quickly
(jl 1 aS P Posse - The excellence of these garments in style \
® /Y anc * quality, considering the price at which they are
offered to you, needs no comparative price quotations : : 'Lz
I m to convince you they are unusual offerings for the
A \ I height of the buying season. |
~% A Suits at $39.50 ' l|l U 1
'/—.I j [T 100 new suits; tailored, semi-tailored and with full |p§ 1 I§|
W. j . flare. The plain tailored models are mostly button T': / 1 \||
Ti A r trimmed with notch collars, while the fancy styles p" \ I -J, S
have large fur collars. Skirts are long and narrow—l A
A t^ ese come in all the new materials. Colors are: JJTI f
"A \ Green, reindeer, brown, Pekin, taupe, Navy, plum ■—/ )' §
and black; also all the shades in Silvertone. Sizes 16 . " M
to 44. Choice $39.50. A
| Coats at $29.50 Coats at $35.00 1
One group of excellent values in Heavy long coats in all the styles. A
: Burella, velour, broadcloth and Pom ! Velour, broadcloth, Pom pom. Beauti- ||
pom. Half and full lined with large fur f u H y f ur trimmed . belted and , oose f , are |
| collars some belted and others loose back models; choice $35.00. i
B? flared baCkS ' Choice $29.50. BOWMAN'S—Third Floor.
Plush and Velvet Pieces
150 beautiful Plush and Velvet Stoles, Scarfs, Capos
and Coatees to choose from—handsomely lined with the
fmcst quality satin and crepe meteor. Prices range from
$6.95 to $22.50.
BOWMAN'S— I Third Floor.
Silks, Dress Goods and Wash Goods
For Saturday Specials
40-inch Crepe dc Chine a soft and drapeable quality,
superb luster and finish—37 colors to choose from—light,
medium and dark shades—plenty of white, Navy and black.
Saturday only, yd., $1.45.
36-inch Velour Plush—so serviceable and stylish this
season for dress, suit or coat. This particular lot is now
ncaring completion in colors—only the following good shades
are left: Taupe. Burgundy, Wistaria, Copenhagen, Belgium
Blue, Alice Blue and Rose. Saturday special, vd., $1.(51).
32-inch finest American Ginghams in plaids, stripes, checks
or plain—over 200 styles to select from, in light and daik
tones. Yard, IMP'*.
32-inch Silk Mixed Shirtings—so handsome white-ground
Tussahs and Crepes, with multi-colored stripes—just the kind
the men like for a neat and dressy shirt; also neat for wash
dresses and waists. Yard, 7i>?.
52-inch Black Silk Plush—a fine, soft, lustrous pile, rich in
appearance—for coatee, scarf or trimming. Yard, $(5.50.
55-inch 100% Wool Velours, in a most complete assort
ment of Fall and Winter colors for coat or suit —some color
ings arc limited in quantity, hut the catly shopper will find
a good choosing. Yard, $5J,i)5.
HOWMA.VS— Mntn Flour.
Silk and Fiber Silk Shirts
Whoti giving a man a gift, why not give him something
practical and useful? A man smiles at some gifts and leaves
them out of his iccollcction forever. Such are not the useful
and fvanted things for hint.
Other gifts that he receives he appreciates and lauds thcrn
because they arc those that are practical. These are the best
ones, such as Fiber Silk and Pure Silk Shirts, with soft cuffs;
all sizes, $4.98 to $<2.50.
Men's heavy ribbed, fleece-lined Union Suits, $2.00 to $2.50.
■ BOWMAN'S—Main Floor.
tULRRISBURG TKLEGRAPEC
HAHHISBI'HG, KHIDAY. MtYKMBKIt S. mis.
Ladies' Fleece Lined
Union Suits
Special $1.75
A broken lot of sizes—Dutch nock and elbow
sleeves, low neck and no sleeves, high neck and long
sleeves. BOWMAN'S—Main Floor.
Saturday Specials h Z Basement
. I RA\ IDLING BAG—Genuine Cowhide Traveling Bag,
18-inch size, covered frame, brass lock and catches; leathcr
lined, with pocket, SB.OO. '
GAS lIEA I ER—Twentieth Century make—fits on gas
burner, giving lots of heat and light at the same time, SI.OO.
GAS Slo\ I". Little Wonder" Cylinder Stove, gives
intense heat—the top can. be used for boiling a kettle or
toasting, $1.98.
Oil. IIKATKR—BIack Japanned—oil tank holds one
gallon of oil and will burn about fourteen hours without
lilling, $5.00.
lOOL Cllb.Sl Small size, with good assortment of
child's tools, 45^.
DRUMS—7-inch size, with good head, 29^.
LOLLT POP COAST KR—With four wheels and stee
ing handle; propelled by the children's feet, $1.25:
BOWMAN'S- Basement.
White Goods Specials
Hemmed Crochet Bedspreads, size 68x80. Each. $1.25.
While Abso;bent lowelmg, suitable for hand and kitchen
towels. Per yard, 11) C
English Longcloth, 27 inches wide—not. more than two
pieces to a customer—eight yds. to a piece. Per piece, SI.OO.
BOW MAN'S—Second Kloor.
Black Purses 69e
Back and top strap, in pin, crepe and vachctte finish—
large, medium and small; different colored linings; very
good value. For Saturday only.
BOWMAN'S—Main Floor.
NOVEMBER 8, 1918.
Says General Pershing, referring to
one of the war work organizations :
M A SENSE of obligation for the varied 1 j! I |
and useful service rendered to the
army in France prompts me to
join in the appeal for its further financial
support. I have opportunity to observe
its operations, measure the quality of its
personnel and mark its beneficial influence
! upon our troops, and I wish unreservedly
to commend its work for the army. "
—General Pershing
□ UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN j§ji
L 3;
Subscribe Liberally to
This fVoithy Sause
Save on Shoe Leather
By Choosing These Values
At prevailing prices on shoes it is advisable to keep an eye
open for any opportunity that presents itself where good
values may be secured on footwear. These specials deserve
your special consideration.
Women's patent vamp Shoes, with cloth
or kid top, welt and turns, $1.1)8.
Women's gray kid Shoes, with cloth J
tops, $7.95. ' ! - r" ® j„
Women's tan calf Shoes, with turn soles,-— 11 s /
Louis heel, $9.98. I
Women's gray kid Shoes, turn sole, LouisM I
heel, $9.98. ST) i
Growing girls' black and tan shoes, HS/w
$5.00 and SO.OO.
BOWMAN'S—Main Floor.
Special For Saturday Only ]
Utica and Mohawk Sheets,
. In IVanted Sizes
——
These goods need no recommending, as every housekeeper
knows the Wearing and laundering qualities of these popular
Sheets.
UTICA MOHAWK
81x 99 $2.00 81 x 99 $1.89
90x 90 2.00 j 90x 90 1.89
90x 99 2.19 I 90x 99 2.00
90x108 2.39 | 90x108 2.15
Auto 'Robes and Blankets —large selection—in plaids and
plain colors to suit the color of your car; also rubber lined..
Prices, $6.50 to SIB.OO each.
Fringed Blankets or Steamer Rugs in Scotch plaids, some
plaid on both sides, others plain on one side, $7.50 to $20.00
each.
BOYVMAN'S—Second Floor.
Every Hair Goods Need
is provided for in a manner expres- Ot jjk
s ' vc ou r excellent merchandising.
J ust t ' ie l } ' ecc y° want at the
WBrn-ft price you expect to pay.
;r J Three Excellent Values Jor
jT Tomorrow's Selling
Medium-length Wavy llair Switches $1.45
Extra-length Wavy llair Switches $2.95
Gray Wavy Hair Switches $U.45.
BOWMAN'S—Third Floor.
Saturday IVe Shall Place on Sale
Pink Elastic Top ifipfH
Conets Wjj®
Tlicse models arc all desirable in style j/nf |
and spotlessly fresh. They are well •
boned and neatly finished. The body of {■
an excellent quality of broche. A —r] j J yS> '
remarkable offering and one that will m I .
command immediate attention, $9.09.
A line quality satin-finished Corset— iTwlTufi. ■
medium bust, long, free hip; neatly n N w
trimmed with embroidery; good, strong 11 j|r^
hose supporters; sizes from 22 to 28. if \
Very specially priced at $2.59. I
BOWMAN'S—Second Floor.
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