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Join the Bowman Refrigerator Club . #4 Athletes and cold water plungers
to-morrow. SI.OO sends the famous CALL 1001 mwM 9 FOUNDED . • . , ,
Notaseme stone lined refrigerator to ANY PHONB ML | 1871 should take advantage of this Half
your home. WUJkgwMrgggUlg Price Sale of Turkish Towels.
To-morrow, 23d: A Rousing 23c Sale
~~ I April 23d, falls on two important days: Friday
2>jfH(Ml I bargain day, and the last of the 4 Days of I
Stock Reducing. Therefore a 23c sale with
Jpik Jr I j amazing price reductions. All items announced giS ifr!
I Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings Kg I I
Wp Mil will be on sale to-morrow as well. Read every M IB I
————— Lmens No phone orders Dfdp6ri6S I
* T • j » . Silver Bleached Table Oloth for sale items sent Silkoline—in white, laven- ~
OSlCiy AH i regularly 33c; 9Qf» prOVaP one on a P ularly 10c; 4 yardsf :23c I Leatw I Muslinwear
<**VICA ▼¥ vttl Table Tapping block pat- floral designs; regu- /"***** J nainsook and figured crepe
Women's Stockings—plain Linen Doilies—stamped for terns; 36 inches wide; regu- Qtl 4-T|p larly 39c to 45c; yd., fc<OC \XOOQS gowns, with low necks and
black and colors; thread silk embroidery; 18 and 25-inch larly J. c; Armure Remnants red , short sleeves; for- <IQ
boots, double soles, high splic- ■ sizes ; regularly 25c; OQ v'j'm v.' Pi aa«« only; 3 A to 2% yards in Women's Hand Bags— merly 39c to 50c, at
ed heels; seconds; <)Q 2 tor . Unbleached Table Cloth— V/CiriJoL £ iOOX length; regularly OO r . father, moire lined; Women's Drawers—cam
regularly 50c; pair, LtOt Linen Huck Towels— ff Wlde; ™ g - 9Q|» Stair Carpets and Hall 65c ; yard, ZoC T? qpm brie and nainsook; open and
Women's Hose—plain black j stamped; hemstitched hem or 'N a p~k i n s—hemstitched RuHners—made of wool and Awning Fringes—inches ' Women's HMH R W onen'stvle lX,n } s .' z , e ' iu
eo«o„. heels OQg "'S^' * -"""T2S3
and toes, 3 pairs, ularly 3oe, regularly $1.50 doz.; QQ v 3 • VlU " ds ' OL with two fittings; regu- edges; regularly ;o oi
Women's Vests—bleached; J ' 3 for LdOC larly 39c; jard, .... AjOV cord and Tassels -assorted larly SI.OO, at 23£ 39c; at AoC
low neck, lace yoke; sleeve- Cushion Tops stamped Turkish Towels—unbleach- Cottage Carpet—3<> inches colors; formerly 50c OQn Women's Hand Purses Brassieres—made of cam
less; regularly 17c; OOa 23c ; "'ill harts; llx 00„ w.de; l.rgc e.rpe, to 75c; 3 pairs Z6C .fa" brie batje; reinforSl
2 for ttut a ' k • - u J* •■■■ ' nn ,.~f^7 a 1 ' inches; 3 for ... UO C on °" eßld ® and small; patterns Mercerized Fringe red Folding Drinking CUDS UNDPR ARM; y° kes OF LAUE aQ d
Women's Union Suits—low —*■ Turkish Face Oloths-ligUt >b. otter; rev e ra.Me ;reg. only, tormeri,oopq p -in toXr 23f embroidery; crossed back
neek; sleeveless; lace knees; _ _ blue; regularly toe;
and high neck, short seleves j \JST ATfIPTI Q m' "v , , r< s* -Jn * ati Burlap—red or green; 36 | lot; formerly OQ _
and tight knees: reg- OO VY vlllvlX w Toweling linen huck, Crex Stair Carpets and Hall inches wide; regu- ()<)„ i • ooc to SI.OO, at .... AuC
ularly 50c, at ZoC f\* _ Wlt 1 h nar, :® w red border; 18 Runners- m blue, green and , ar , lgl/ 2 , ZoC TTSI TI Hlr Ar Dressing Sacques - made
Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. CjIOVCS inches wide; regu- 9q p brow?; regularly 9Q r Sample Lace Curtains-one Hanalier- of light percales and lawns,
larly 3ac ? yard,.... /yut 29c ; yard n„i P nf a 01' ?o fl • ,n assorted patterns; low
__ _ Lisle Gloves—2-clasp and Bleached Toweling—regu- Fourth FIoor—BOWMAN'S. pair oi a Kina ; i/ 2 and J neck or flat collar-all sizes-
MPTI'Q 16-button length; OQ/, larly'6c; yards long; formerly SI.OO formerly 50c, 00l
® pair ZOC 5 yards, £IO C C*ll to $1.50, Crepe de Chine Handker- at ZoC
Children's Chamoisette and Bath Mats—pink and blue; OIIKS Pa "' chiefs—in all shades; excep- Gingham Aprons small
1; ill HISHIHS[S Lisle - Chiffon Dress Taffeta IS Fourth FIoor—BOWMAN'S. tional value, checks of blue and white;
Men's Underwear-shL Cloves 16C larly 33c; at Z6C Jg£ Linen Hsnd OO ST? Styl " S th 7 f "
drawers and union suits.: Main F.oor-BOWMAN'S, Main F,oor-BOWMAN'S. mais pink, white, brown and T J kerchiefs, 3 for . 23C belt feeS " g QOI
broken lines; light weight; , x garnet; regularly gQp LdtCb dlia Main Floor-BOWMAN'S. at 2oC
S .!! 23c Ribbons and Hats and Embroi-
Men's Half Hose—silk lisle ht i r>___ wide; in Nile, tan, grey and KnVS' WLJi..
and pi.™ cotton; double Neckwear Z'Ta'd" 8 23c deries wnite
soles; black and colors; regu- Q ,./i hnv. 1 AdUV UvlivO Pi ninin/v /■%
" Manx's and Bows'w k n larlv 39c to 7oc• yd., 23C Boys' felt and velour Hats, hundred different styles; Swiss Flonncing; yd., Knickerbockers t'idl cut; Linene—soft finish; regu-
S h™ra^,!7'kial ota ?.f Meire Ribbons-large line '°™^«' 00 «»" 23C ™'»- »»'» »U0 OQp • ta V v ° 23C # 23C
and 50c values. FlO of shades to select from; reg- at yard; piece cing,yard, yams mjy
•< 23c 23 C »—"""A** :,9e ~ud 50c' Val. .M,p b si2es , W
Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. ~ , V , , , - _ _ - sets, piece, regularly 39c; pair, £OC striped organdie; OO
Collars—Lace and organ- Wiiif-n i*% OQn Sold 3t> Tort 'hon Laces, 10 Oliver Twist Wash Suits— regularly 39c; yard, ZljC
"nAWQcfipiJ die; regularly 50c, OOp O 111 Lb 111 LIIC /COL OdlC yards, 23£ assorted colors; reg- Luna Lawn—looks, lasts
X/UlliCO tlt/5 at 0 , ~ ot * ci • Main Floor-BOWMAN'S. ularly 50c, at and launders like linen; 40
Percales S6 inches wide- Xlain t! ° 01 BOWMAN'S. %p 1 TOT - OQ^»
cut from full pieces; regu- • So a good, pure wool, tailored suit will cost you $2.46. XXThaI years; formerlyOO * ' crene Ratinein lies
t'.! !s IvS pat - 23c Chinaware And they were originally $12.50, $!5.00,517 50 and $20.00. W 001 UieSS J t . .V.,° 23C wiSegS OQ !
j-Goods , e«J c
,ÜB,r ' " ss.ooskirts,atsl.23 '• JKM Kitchen- Wash Dress
inehes; 3-inch hem; launder- "«i'' "B , * —and some of them were more than $5.00. Pure wool and white; yard, .. XtT O foo
ed ; regularly 45c; limit 4to u ~ , , , Ba sk®^ s — fabrics—serges, poplins, basket weaves and honeycomb Storm Serges—plain col- "diCO VjOOCIS
a customer; nQ„ « ! Wl * r,! ' 23p •» » 1 " 1 »«"" with " ri P e i Brooms-,„»,1e of select Oolored n-J*" „aa
White Flannel II wool* Decorated German China—
j $2.50 and $2.98 Crepe de Chine Waists, at $1.23 I 23c ! tor^roo""
cut from full pieces; OO ' »«l>d dishes, eakc plates, nut The latest models—the best colors and all sizes. Not all Striped Nov lty Suiting- regularly 39c; at .. 2oC va-d """ 5 23C
«» ZaP bowls, spoon trays, olive sizes in all styles, however, as most of them are samples. 42 inehes wiHe-for tia Chamber Pails—ealvaniz- i* **""«'*• ',
j M.r- % nsr No ' " ,M> " of ired : 23c m
inches wide; choice $5.00 Taffeta and Messaline Waists, at $1.23 Roman Stripe Worsted ° ' • ,VA(* formerly 89c; yard, ttOt
larly 12% c; 3 yards, hOv Glass Fruit Bowls—Colon- A splendid opportunity for women who wear black. , Towel" Bars'-soiid
Pillow Cases—bleached; 42 ial pattern; 8-inch size • reg- Dozens of staple style waists in black taffeta and messa- f' -m nil hes u ide ,tor- nickel-plated- 15 18 21 and inches wide, in navy, Copen
x36 or 45x36 inches, ulady Sc OO • also nav - v and brow » and ,lark Excellent mer ! y 3!>e aml 24* inches long wgOO a " d ~r 9^o
3 for ZOC at ZOC qualities, and all sizes among them. > artl ularly 49c choice ZoC ya J?'« "'V-' *' *
Wrannar 7 i i«" *. Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. t»« 1, * ®-- . Cotton Ratine—linen fin-
Fn !;iwr crr?v7,! , y Blue Band Bowls-made of SI.OO to $1.50 House Dresses, at - OO^
talito in silver grey, blue or white porcelain ■ formerly 35c ar ii t .*• ', . e . • —, . imported white willow; reg- uUrlv 9*ic vH ■ 0 v,)« Z» M
light colors; limit, one pat- and 45c- OO Slightly crumpled from getting wet, but perfect in PVI 11HTOTI ' O ularly 39c; OO mL i^'lrll^uvuT^M
tern to a customer, OO at ' 2iO C eVery 0 ier way " AIM)Ut six dozen altogether. You'll V/UUQrcIl S at £qQ 1
at ZOC Milk Pitchers-decorated ■ C ° m ? Carly t0 g f one - a f nd - vou t,an , u -v one -. We _ Wash Boards-Tidal wave jI T a •
Main Floor-BOWMAN'S. regSarly 35c "id Art ' want as many of our customers as possible to participate. Vf £<IT and Plymouth brass wash NOtIOIIS
~39c, at ZoC SI.OO and $1.50 White Waists, at Children's Princess Slips— "We' lrt n^u ' ar '* v / 23C 39c extra heavy Dress-
AA T Af nf Basement—BOWMAN'S. Not many of them, but good styles and wonderful made of nainsook, embroid- TTniioAhniii p««t, ur . ing Combs; coarse, . .23^
AivL U1 ——a— yalues. Many of them are samples—one only of each I ery trimmed; at top and bot- ArHnstn rm-Us i.r>nvonia..,t'V". '^ c >ad ()Se Support
-j /T> _ __ _ kind. Most of them are sizes 36 and 38—some larger torn; sizes 3to 6 years; for- i *i ',j mr i".' ''' ers, 23^
Border 1 Oys »«es among then, merly 50c ; fan uSriy c > 75c Wash C ™'
TJ ~ &9c Romper Dolls, slightly sls to $25 Dresses, at $3.23 and $4.23 'children's Waah'nnH <?,, cheUiuttons^doz.,.. ,23<£
damaged, 2 for 23c 4 a*II I X J J A I • Children s Wash and Sun Dry Dust Mops—for walls uu- 11 »
r ajJCi, LOKj * • \ ' Z S,lk - satm > ve,vet and ser » e Presses; crepe de chine, Hats—made of chambray, or floors- regularly OO Shields, 3 pairs, ....23£
J^ a ° dl>9c fharacter and messaline, charmeuse, silk poplin, velvet and satin, serge pique, and ratine; also straw 69 c -at ' '2 OC 15c box Taffeta covered
20 yards of cut out bor- Infant Dolls, 23* and velvet; all splendidly made; good styles. / hats, sizes 2to « years; for- in ikes' Swift's So Quillbone, 2 for 23^
der (enough for room); 50c and 69c Mechanical _ , „ AOO merly 50c to $l9B- OO t» iw f- c 2 pair Velvet Grip Ilose
regular price sc. Suitable Toys, at 23< Percale Petticoats, at
for most every room. To- SI.OO to $1.25 Walking An- White with neat figures and stripes, and plain blue *' Tnfanta' Po«o ;n, i t >J,. ' ]f t 'B 3 23^
morrow, 20 imals, at chambray. Made to sell at 59c. Cut very full and well i ■ f "" ashing 1 ow- OO « 1 doz. spools John J.
yard8 ' 50c Printing and Painting tailored, with sectional ruffles. One to a customer. ly to 50c; 'oo l 10 rolls Crepe ToV OO Clark's 6-cord spool cot-
JVmrth -BOWMAN'S. Sets at ..23< Second Floor-BOWMAN'S. at ..., 23C let Paper, . ... . 23C t\in V.oor-BOWMAN^
—————-——— Third floor BOWMAN S. . Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S. Basement—BOWMAN'S. —.————.
WOMAN, 70, ELECTED MAYOR
Sirs. A. R. Canfield Defeats Opponent
At Warren, 111., By Four Votes
Chicago, 111., April 22.—Mrs. A. R.
Canfield, 70 years old, was elected
Mayor of Warren, 111., Tuesday, de
feating her opponent by four votes.
She is thp first nonian in Illinois to
be chosen chief executive of a muni
cipality. Warren's population is about
Sued For Breach of Promise, He Weds
Sunbury, April 22.—Miss Marie
lllif, a divorcee, and Bert I. Rertn, a
>': in bury merchant, divorcee, were
married here yesterday by the Rev. M.
H. Wert. Last February Renn was
made defendant in a breach of prom
ise case, brought in the Northumber-
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HARRISBURO STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1915.
land county court here by Mrs. Nellie
J. Wilson, in which she sought $lO,-
000 damages, alleging that Renn pro
posed marriage aud then jilted her.
The suit was withdrawn.
Two Men Hurt in Auto Wreck
Lewisburg, April 2i2.—Their auto
mobile skidding anil crashing into the
abutment of a bridge near here, E. L.
Howell and Ralph Mertz, Northumber
land business men, were pinned under
the car. Howell suffered a broken col
lar bone and bruises, while Mertz es
caped with slight lacerations.
Two Hurled Into Mine
Mahanoy City, April 22.—A steam
shovel and two laborers were carried
thirty feet into the earth yesterday
when the surface at the Mahanav Col
• liery strippings subsided. Nicola De
i.leanese, aged 30, sustained a broken
| back and internal injuries. He was re
leased by a rescue force. His death is
expected. The other laborer, Rock De
nesio, managed to crawl from the
wreckage, escaping with bruises.
NO NEED TO REPEAT SUICIDiE
Pottstown, Pa., April 22.—After a
; week of suffering, George Fillman, the
12-year-old lad who emptied a load of
,shot into his abdomen because he was
afraid of being whipped for running
I away from home, died at a local hos
| pital yesterday.
j Under the impression he would get
I well, he said to his nurses. "I'll make
a good job of it next time."
"Handcuff King" Is Sent to Jail
York, April 22.—Albert Littaur,
known in theatrical circles an a
"handcuff tying'' was yesterday sen
tenced to jail for nine months on a
plea of guilty on the charge of larceny
as bailee. His crime consisted in ob
taining two watches from a local jew
elry company ou the installment plan
and then pawning them.
frequently heed a food tonic and tissue
builder for their good health.
is the 'T thia.
George A Gorgas
York to Have Curfew for Women
York, April 22.—Mayor John R.
Lafean has made special arrangements
to put into effect immediately an order
which prohibits young girls and wom
en from walking the streets of York
after 11 o'clock at night. Any woman
seen on the street after that hour un
less she has a good excuse will be ar
Boy Bites Tongue; Bleeds to Death
York, April 22.—Carl Gray, the
little son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gray,
of near York Haven, accidentally bit
hie tongue last Thursday. Physicians
were unalble to stop the flow of blood
and the youngster bled to death Tues
day. Several physicians tried to save
i the child's life.
DYINO OF NEGRO'S ATTACK
Oirl Beaten Insensible While Qetting
Him Food Will Die
Towanda, April 22.—A negro tramp
! attacked Anna Crowl, 18 years of age,
so .brutally at her home in South
Waverly, yesterday afternoon, that she
will not survive.
The negro was captured and hurried
to the county jail in Towanda to avert
The negro had asked the girl for
'something to eat, and while she was
i j»rejiariug it he entered the house and
j beat her into insensibility. He then
stole valuables and fled.
S. W. Crowl, father of the girl,
to get to the negro to shoot him. but
1 was prevented by officers
VINCENT ASTOR TO BE FLYER
| Purchases Flying Boat for Flights oi
Hudson and at Newport
New York, April 22.—Vincent As
J tor has purchased a living boat am
proibably will make trial flights in i
[within the next few weeks, from tin
Hudson river near his home, Fern Cliil
at Rhinebeck, N. Y. The boat is bull
for two passengers, and it is said tha
Mrs. Astor intends making flights wit I
If the boat proves a success, it ii
probable that Mr. Astor will take it t(
Newport this summer. He has had i
floating hangar built for the boat, g<
that'it inay be towed wherever he da
' sires to take it.