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Chance For American Businessmen in .Russia /'lf American business men do not go into Russia at once, with long" term credits and carry on, for the present at laast, trade by bar ter: that is, sending manufactured 1 200 Women's Patenteen Jj&fc „ 500 Women's White Hem- ! Leather 1 lOrvA' stitched Hand- -|4„ 1 Belts l7°V ' kerchiefs, 4 for I*C | Black patenteen Usather belt, 1%-inch fit E. jAc aA'PS? —V* _- i - I ' jIT" - —( mmm J . a Cffft Slightly imperfect but hardly notice- |2i wide trench buckle: assorted sizes. Annl- jA ' MM * • M r /'X/ A t '* able. Anniversary sale ...140 j\l W&mgP mil KZITTTm £3YIG /"T<_r 300 Pairs Women's Cotton 1 1 1000 Cakes Fine Toilet WAKS* jft ; W: J\CLLIII.IICIUQt XJL ~ 3 SI I 'iillllKvX i Stockings 4 Aft Soap, 4 cakes iflMjiWt; X I I V f at lIV |i JF /ANNH/FN FFTFW OFT JRYBKM | %"E 0 E BTALCUM I4C W HII 111 VLRJMY JFL LL 15 ln a Htose Children I High-grade talcum powder; choice of _ _ _ _ ••••••••••.. H | I Beginning Friday, Oct. 10th at 9A. M. I-re | | j A Sale Full of Price Pleasantries) ™ h Greater, grander, better than ever before. A store full of new, crisp, reliable goods, at ll ii Kiij hll Qlgf*f*£>GG nntl Tfe clean, honest, desirable prices, and in this particular instance the merchandise has been n . if (| llf 111 Ito washed of it's regular profits*—put through the bargain ringer and so here will be found DOTI t JH ISS 1 illQ 0 tO a i*i i much thought for the thrifty. ° || p; A ccompi isnmen IBE HERB EARLY AND COME OFTEN—EACH DAY WILL wnd HUNDREDS OP i; |S To aim a direct line straight toward a pre-con- NEW "SPECIALS" ||U | lif )] ||j iHB To reach the destination of one's purpose and 9C Qnoeial Qntfc of- C —® ambitions through methods and purpose that merit OpCvlol d.UIIS al \ 14 T <£■ wWt 11 1 jjfr S public approval. L Splendidly tailored "Full-wool" Sport Suits, in heather ( ft - ffisfjl*' I !sj To sacrifice the lure of the^ dollar for the love WjTjP u | n^ ro X^,®^4. 0 5"f c^^ To hear one's name mentioned in the same • tt J nTV ®I! i breath wth "square dealing." I Ift SutTIT>lP TPfSPV DrPSSPS ) <U~I Aia ' 1 illS IlftlluSOlllC 7"Xl0C0 j|j fi|l To always better one's last best effort, so as to a \\\J OalllplC JCloCj IxlCooCo ( 1 /swi/A i / •(I /"T a. WT j. O a IvS I bring perfection closer. SMu W, ± C ±= S = rM Cut CjlaSS Waior Oot P 0 To promise only what can be knowingly fulfilled f)| Sold only to customers buying Sio.oo Worth $2.00 Rj and then perform the promise. ffl; -; #WTTm\ I worth or more of merchandise in fur store *<* 1 To impress every customer by weight of VALUE Lm p fc O *x 'I / I \u\ I \ Friday. 4 | [|| I glvee that her patronage is appreciated. M2O OllVertOne OUItS )$0Q.14 U ™, $,0.00 or,h can b. made up ot put- 1/I O | To merit your good Will and to hold it. V® J <IV The very newest models for misses and women: come in ( |J: x3| chases bought throughout the Store. ■ *jpl B This is summed Up in the calibre of success which / ft n „ a Si^v.^rl , -n n JSLi com * wijr lf ' C—J r— n . 4 .... ■ 11# M . - 5 ... . , , , . Jg ■ you want to get in on this Anniversary special , i i—, Only one to a customer, none to children. Ssg the performance of public service has vested in ■ I ' I rr HI Harrisburg's Underselling Store. ft 1 ==± IM | Anniversary bale ot \\ j XO= • 11 II / COATS , rvi b nfJTT F\r> I?TVT'C CA A TC? ll /// and have big plush collars. Anniversary price ' , I W(. V/ X U Ma"® Vft Ift ['j 114 I. 1 8~1 llvllKrvlN X O \\ lr } nAyL--I— 1 .. Hu " dred o'them in sllvertone. velour. sHver- *T Ift ft* I ■ K^! W -.fcx " Wtf* \W Y t,p ' ke tsey, polo cloth, navy, black, reindeer, E 111; . \ i*\ 77 Y Jt— —; copen, burgundy, ox blood, brown and taupe. ■ L*f, I', J Coats for little and big girls m sizes 2to 16 V\\ CA VplAlir <K ll u / V years, and all intermediates and junior sizes. / .111 V Cllllir VjllillN f § 0 1 - ■ w |ll|; hi I 1 T \ P I I .I 4 * m Mais; others with kit coney collars. Wonderful *23 I'm iMjy Velours, Silvertones, Broadcloth, Polo Cloth, Zybeline, Misses' and women's coats In navy, brown, green and bur- ( II ~~~~ v /J 3 values. S| [s, Silk Plush, Egyptian Plush, Chinchilla and Kersey. x Wn/Sr gundy; they have beaver plush trimmed collars; exceptional 1 Ml M I!JT, liU Colors are: Navy, Copen, Elk, Taupe, Brown, Bur- \p values. Anniversary price |S II JIW 1 \ -.undy, Morocco, Reindeer, Ox blood and Pekin. T a^ jS CO -—— Serge IBMBaaMBHHIIBMa^HII^M^ Women's and Misses' Women's and Misses' Ijf "!a~r Silvertone and Tncotine) jOHj, I t*j 4 COATS ., I IM fl 1 ,OATS ™ n anUS 10 TO 14 YKARS SfTlSfm. "Siii. ■"!" Suits at ) An endless eerl-ly of pr.u, , , iff U ■ ffl; S w\ 57.95 " p " $22.95 X. C b°r n a S ld rV and Ve butTon I A wonderful style assortment In sizes for women and I vorcd 'material d nnd abl col f <fr" | with*ooUa > ra b 'of C °t la f"l ° f "tl'ers I —— I W hi \A trimmed, some have misses. The coats are lined with fancy silks and Peau de snappy models with the new- woman Si" - ,f. 5 T oß ' ■I ■ H !<S' I U VO CO \TS FOR GTRIfS 13 TO 19 YEARS plush collars. Coats arc Cynge, while many are fur-trimmed, some are plain tailored. The Silvertones are est of pockets and trimmings maiv .wi in .? v ■ ulted ' r °m this mJA *~—— S W 72--2 . A . !ined wlth guaranteed in oxford, ox blood, reindeer, brown, taupe and navy. The Trlcotlnes are In black of fur fabrics, beautifully alf the wSSfIJ'Xw!?. tl l e materials and hi 'SI 9 QIS up to ftfl lining; sizes, 14 to 46. and navy. Undoubtedly the biggest suit values offered In Harrisburg this season. lined and tailored; out of the verssrt colors, sizes, 16 to 46. Annl- WJ jiq vP K U*J vP tu.y/v Extra special ordinary values. | The Greatest Anniversary SpecialsltaTOKl ia3t3Sfiaig ESSBKOKIEI Has Ever Offered To The Public| J i LINOLEUMS I Anniversary Savings on Every Item I Gas Heaters I I S!s| NEW PROCESS FLOOR COVERING HI This is two yards wide. Anniversary Sale price, sq. yard.. Flame Gas Heaters S2 34 **3 I PR^,^IiKX;V;.;/XVXVXV:.-.: 94,s Bleached Muslin ...19c RUGS Figured Sateen 74c Round Cylinder Heaters $3.69 and $2.94 P INLAID LINOLEUMS $1.54 n.iHtio- PUGi |U Beautiful til. patterns, dark and light; Bq yard Willing L,loin 14C R ur q 54 .94 Blue Bird NamSOOk, 34c °P en Gas Heaters, copper lined S3 94 Hg Be Sure to Bring Your Room Measurements SxlXij, feet; scroll and iriental patterns. ' |jy Table Damask 49c wool Fiber Rugs $9.94 BedSpreads $1.94 i Beds, Mattresses and Springs B e d Ticking 24c Bed sheets 41.24 Extra Specials |: WBiTE ENAMELED BEDS —— lapeßtry Rrllsaels Rug ,34.94 Carp, t Sweepe™, Hot Point E,ectric i QA \T9 04 8 al 194 urasn lOWCling ... .14c Floral and oriental patterns; 9x12 feet (Imperfect). ■ Mercerized Napkins, 94cl comple '" i rOM flj Many dlff.rent del... t. rhoo,* from. Indian Head 48c TTIS feet; of pretty pitterna ' R< Basketo° theß 64C ash fin fl HANDSOME BRASS BEDS, ffOQ QyV Tapeatry Bp„sb Rugs ?29.94 Table Cloths $1.14 °* C Eoart " i4C I: Special at Pillow Tllbinfif 44c Velvets, too; 9x12 ft.; rich colorings, new patterns. O Cedar J Galvanized Wash (Alii 111 I Thert are 7 different designs in satin and Polet finishes. ® " -p ,qi . Mops t/TrC * Tnbfl A I £Mr SS 0 ® 1 , 8 " 1 . $5.94 $4.94 Press Ginghams ... ,24c 66 8 — 39 c w^L?° a *' $1 94 I These come In two good styles. Mothers will like them. A n . ftM Pinirlionio 1Q TIT A TlirklSh TOWeIS .. . . 19C , "" Baket *P I sa/T i I MAHOGANY FINISHED WOOD ft 9 fl.t "°° 1 " 1 " 8 • 19c BLANKETS " , Closet,nd Sink JO r U p aud S.urer Set, , 7 „ ll BED 1 $12.94 CfrinpH Oi.Hno- 9A* Huck Towels 19c Brah IUC white 17C B) *■"££*... 44c La- 41.44 I K 9Sc |i An extra special for the An- These ironing boards have BlMuclin niversary Sale. stand, complete. I UItUICaCIICQ luUMIII, IUC Pink, blue, tan colorings; size 66x80; wool finish. FailCy Bstll XOW6IS, 48c ———- S^j I r —; —— ———— 11 Flannelettes 29c ' j*.a L Jr.., i.. pulow Cases 2 9c Perfection Oil Heaters I Room MxtUroS Light Percales 24c Beautiful plaid patterns; size 66x80. MprrpriTPrl Tnhlp Black Japanned Heaters $5.65 An extra special assortment, all nickel plated ™ m** x cj'll eTon Baby Blankets nomoak fiQ Nickel Trimmed Heaters 1 $6.70 choose from the lot Anniversary Sale _Black Taffeta Silk, $1.39 " a blue around ' Special. ' Damask, 69C- B]ue Enflmeled flnd | * _____ j mmnmimmJmmm/m/m'iK AHFMAN'S aupiu \ MO THURSDAY EVENING, articles and farm Implements, into the country in exchange for raw materials, then Japan and Ger many will get control of Russian trade." according to the president of the Russian Volunteer fleet." "The peasants in Siberia have vast quantities of raw materials, such as wool, flax, hides, fur peltry, bristles, aira antimony, but they lack all kinds of manufactured goods. Their plows and other im plements are worn out and must be replaced. They probably have large stores of gold and silver coins hid den away, but the country is so flooded with paper money that trade by barter is absolutely neces sary now. It is the only way the peasants will do business. Money, aEßßiaßUHolfi^tt>ErMmAiH; as such, means nothing to them. It is worthless unless they can pro cure with it the articles they need. They have had sad experiences with paper money; they have been prom ised many things and been disap pointed;, now the demand to see the actual goods, and have reverted to primitive barter." American business interests, if they would take advantage of pres ent conditions; would go into Si beria with numerous agents; and give square deals in their barter ings, could lay a firm foundation of trust and confidence in the minds pf the people, which would assure us their continued good will, and future trade. Thus could be prepared the way for future devel opment of the country by American capital; and make us the preferred among the world competitors, who already striving to tap this great commercial treasure house. With a rejuvenated merchant ma rine; the moral backing of the prestige of American arms; the na tional awakening to a world, in stead of a continental, view point; OCTOBER 9, 1919. America and American capital are going to reach out for world trade. For Siberian and Russian Com merce, its development and its carrying on, young men, and vigor ous, will be needed. But they must be men of tact; of tact that is based upon knowledge of how the peasant thinks; of what his cus- Toms are, and of course must know his language. Men with such quali fications will be much sought after. How to get such experience an<f * knowledge Is the poser for young Americans. Perhaps we ran get a cue from the history of the great colonisers of history.