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; Here /s an entirely new list of Rebuilding Sale items |k <
► that offer substantial savings, and together with those Jv;
; announced in yesterday's papers, should crowd the store llf ( <
► from basement to roof all day to-morrow. \ ;
J This Rebuilding Sale is but the initial event that will stv \ J Wy%*
► mark the period of rebuilding with exceptional money / <
\ saving sales, but we're particularly anxious that this S, J
- one creates a new standard for clearing out surplus of <
► merchandise in four days. To-morrow is the second day. <
I Why not be here among the first?
On the
► Main Floor
" $1.25 Lining, 98£ yd.
Silk serge lining, in putty
shade; 36 inches wide.
50c Satin Foulards,
„ 29C yd.
Set figures and floral de
signs, on all shades; 20
inches wide.
$3.50 Black Moire,
. Lustrous black; 44 inches
wide.
► SI.OO Sough Pongees,
► 79C yd.
► In sand and peach; 27
y inches wide.
► 40c Sheets, 30c
► Seamed ; 3-inch hem; laun- j
► dered; 72x90 iuches.
► 17c Pillow Cases, 12%^
Hemstitched; 45x36 inches.
* I 2y 2 c Cambric, yd.
Bleached; 36 inches wide;
cut from full pieces.
; Rebuilding Specials That
; Deserve Repetition
Those were among the large number an
nounced in yesterday's papers —on sale all week:
. All finer grade Women's Suits; reduced to
; sls.
► Men's and Young Men's $lO Suits, $6.
► Men's and Youths' $12.50 and $13.50 Suits,
► $9.50.
► Men's and Young Men's sls to $22.50 Suits,
f $13.65.
Large size Rugs, body brussels, velvet, ax
minster and tapestry brussels; various reduc
tions, $11.98 to s26.7s—from $17.50 to $38.50.
y The Basement Rebuilding Clearaway items
K well worth a visit.
y A Dollar will do triple duty
during- this Rebuilding Shoe Sale
[ Three Dollar Shoes
for One Dollar
t Women's high shoes; low shoes, black shoes, white shoes,
tan shoes, button shoes, lace shoes, pumps and Colonials;
welts and turns.
Perfect shoes: pood styles; excellent fitters; dependable
y in every way. $3.00 values. Pair, SI.OO
► Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S.
► ———————————____ ________
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SUBURBAN
SHIREMANSTOWN
Mr. and Mrs. Bupp Entertain Professor
and Mrs. Beitzel
Special Correspondence.
Shiiemanstown, May 26. Mrs.
William Sutton and daughter, Flora;
Mrs. Elmer Sutton and daughter, Mar
garet, have returned to their home in
llarrifburjj alter being the guests of I
Mr. and Mrs. George Flickinger.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whistler and '
• son, Charles, of Harrisburg, were enter- 1
tained Sunday by C. B. Ising and fam- [
ilv.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rupp entertained
Prof, and Mrs. A. J. Beit/.el and Mrs. i
Elizabeth Miileisen, of Harrisburg, re- I
eentlv.
Miss Helen Barley, of Good Hope,]
was the guest of the Misses Wertz on i
Sunday.
Walter Zinn, of Harrisburg, visited |
his sister, Mrs. R. B. Zimmerman.
Mrs. Earle Stansfield, of Mechanics |
burg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Geil- ;
iiig Sunday.
Miss Ruth Erb has returned to her
home at Sporting Hill after being the
guest of her grandparents, Mr. and
Sirs. George Jacobs for several days.
Miss Mae Eshleman is spending a
week with her aunt, Mrs. Mathias Esh
lenian, in Lemoyne.
Luther Miller and Harry Heagy, of
Harrisburg, visited at the home of
John L. Miller Saturday.
Miss Lucille Wentz, of Grantham, is
attending some time at the home of her
i On the Main Floor
Continued
Bleached Sheeting
Well - known brands. 45-
inch at 13£ yd., regularly
18c: 63-inch at 17C yd., reg
ularly 23c; 81-inch at 20C
yd., regularly 32c.
20c Pillow Tubing,
yd.
Bleached; 42 inches wide;
fine quality.
Notions
10c and 12% c Dressing
Combs, 5C
10c cubes black and color
ed Headed Pins, . . 5C
' 10c card Hooks and Eves,
5C
10c and 15c Button and
j Button-hole Strips 5^
10c 7, 8 and 9-inch Shears,
5C
8c Linen Corset Laeers, 5C
10c, 25c and 50c Buttons,
odds and ends, doz., ....
20c, 25c and 50c Coral,
Jade and Amber Beads, s(>
sister, Mrs. George Eshleman, High
street.
E. F. Willis, of Hyndman, is visiting
his father, Joseph Willis.
Misses Louise and Kate Noell spent
a day recently with the Rev. and Mrs.
A. B. Mower at Shepherdstown.
Mr. and Mrs. John Weigle visited
relatives in New Cumberland recently.
Miss Mabel Baker, of Harrisburg,
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Geiling.
IMervin Geiling, of Harrisburg, spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
I S. Geiling.
Miss Mae Greager, of Harrisburg,
1 was entertained at the home of Mr.
I and Mrs. A. L. Eshleman Sunday.
The Misses Ethel Parks, Alice Wal
! lace, Isabella and Laurie Feister,
Pearl and Frances Laverty, of this
i place, called on Miss Fannie Slothauer
at her home near St. John's church Sun
day.
WEST FAIR VIEW
The Bev. Mr. Bidlack Preaches At
Wormleysburg Tabernacle
j Sp"c!:ii Cnrret-DOlidence.
West Fairview, May 26. —The Rev.
j S. B. Bidlack preached in the taber
nacle at Wormleysburg last evening.
Misrt Mabel Givler and brother Ben
jamin Givler visited their uncle, Fred
Givler, at Mechanicsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fisher are
spending the week visitiny friends at
Philadelphia, New York, Easton and
Allentown.
iMiss Clara Swinn, of Enola, visited
D. W. Shettel on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor visit
HARBISBTTRG WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1915.
On the Main Floor
Continued
10c card Pearl Buttons,
doz., s<'
10c Spool Holders, ... .5c
25c Silk Tie Laces, black,
tan and white, . .. IOC
25c heavy sew-on Hose
Supporters, pr., IOC |
25c and 50c gilt and oxi
dized Purse Tops IOC
25c Braid Pins, 10c
5c Asbestos Iron Holders. 3
for IOC
50c Feather Fans, white,
1 light blue, pink, 10c
5c Absorbent Sanitary
Napkins, 3 for IOC
25c elastic Shirt Waist
Belts, IOC
25c silk Invisible Hair Nets
with elastic, 10c
25c and 50c piece Inside
Belting, IOC
On the
Fourth
Wall Papers
Large assortment of spring
I wall papers, suitable for bed
j rooms and living rooms; reg
ularly 12c, 15c and 18c roll.
Sold only with cut-out bor
ders to match. R011,... •7C
$1.25 and $2.98 Curtains,
to $1.48
Red and green stripes.
$1.39 to $5 Leather
Goods, to $2
Table covers and cushions,
in tan and grey; plain and
burned designs.
A Rebuilding
American
From which choice gifts
chased at a saving.
Sugar and Cream Sets,
$2.25 from $2.90; $3.50
from $4.50; $3.50 from
| $5.00; $3.90 from* $5.90;
$4.90 from $6.50.
Vases, $4.50 from $6.50;
$5.90 from $7.50; $6.90
from $9.00; $7.50 from $lO.
Fern Dishes, $2.90 from
j $3.90; $3.50 from $4.50;
$5.00 from $7.50.
Baneinent—l
Ed at Philadelphia and Downiagtown |
on Sunday.
J. R. Bumbaugh spent Sunday with I
his daughter, Mrs.- W. F. Fisher, Front
street.
John Long, of Altoona, was the I
guest of John Langlctz for a few days, j
Jacob Corneello movod from Enola j
to the house of Miss Florence May, on
the State Road, Monday.
Frank Fite, of Baltimore, and Mrs.
Maggie Tippet, of Harrisiburg, were ro
cent of Mrs. Sue Martin.
Miss Ruth Shettel, Miss Jane Boloy
and C'. C. Killhetfer were at Steelton
attending the tabernacle meetings last
night.
HALIFAX
Duncannon Baseball Team Will Play in
Borough Saturday Afternoon
Special Correspondence.
Halifax, May 26. —John W. Clouscrj
has been called to New Cumberland on |
account of the illness of his brother- <
in-law, James Eby.
The Duncannon baseball team will i
play here on Saturday afternoon. I
There will be a streot parade and Hag
raising before the game, which will
officially open the Dauphin-Perry
League season on the league grounds.
County Commissioner Isaac Hoffman,
of MeClellan, was in town on business
yesterday afternooh.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baker spent Mon
day night and Tuesday in Philadelphia,
taking in the conclave and parade of
the Knights Templar.
Lester Lebo, of the Millersville Nor
mal School, spent Sunday with his par-
On the Fourth i
Floor Continued <
$1.75 to $3 Table Covers, <
$1 to $2 <
Tapestry covers, in red, <
green and floral designs. <
39c to 95c Armure, i
to yd. ]
In red and green; 36 to 50 .
inches wide.
17c and 25c Burlap, <
10£ to yd. <
In red, brown and green; <
36 and 50 inches wide. <
65c to $2.25 Tapestry, 4
to $2 yd.
Figured; 50 inches wide.
65c Monks Cloth. <
35£ yd. <
49 inches wide. <
$1.19 and $1.39 Felt, <
$1 and $1.25 yd.
In red and green; 72 inches
wide.
$1.25 to $5 Lace Cur- <
tains, to $3 <
Nottingham lace curtains; i
2y» and 3 yards long; white <
and ecru.
89c to $3.50 Curtains, <
50<* to $2.25 x
White and ecru, scrim
voite, marquisette and mad- <
ras curtains, 2Vi> yards long. 4
$4.75 Shirt Waist Boxes, i
$4 <
Matting covered, castor
tfay and bamboo trimming.
25c and 35c Curtain *
Lace, 12 1 yd. i
Finished and plain edges; <
44 inches wide.
£ Disposal of ;
Cut Class ;
3 for the bride may be pur- <
Ice Cream Trays, $2.90 A
from $3.90; $3.50 from i
$4.50; $3.90 from $'5.00. <
Water Jugs, $2.25 from <
$2.98; $2.90 from $3.98; <
$3.50 from $4.50; $3.90 <
from $5.90; $4.90 from
$6.98.
Fruit Bowls, $2.25 from
S2.!K); $3.50 from $4.50;
$3.90 from $5.00; $4.90 <
from $6.50; $4.90 from 4
$6.90; $5.90 from $7.50.
BOWMAN'S.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Lebo,
! in Halifax township
j Mrs. Alfred Bowman and daughter
| are visiting her sister, Mrs. H. U.
Rouch, at Highspire.
DILLSBURG
Upper District York County Sunday
School Convention Lwgely Attended
Dillsburg, May 26.—The upper dis
trict York county Sunday school con
vention was held in the Franklintown
U. B. church Saturday and Sunday.
The attendance was so large that many
I could not be accommodated on Sunday.
The Rev. Mr. Funk made the address
j Sunday morning and Prof. J. K. Belt, of
j Wellsville, Pa., taught the Sunday
; school lesson. The next convention will
| be held in the M. K. church, Wellsville.
The pupils of Miss Gretna Beitzel
[gave a musicale at Miss Beitzel's home
I Friday evening. Rose Gochnour, Gret
[na Gochenour, Erdean Lerew, Gretna
| Mayberrv. Ruth Gasswent, Marjorie
| Evcler, Helen Altland, Alma Arnold,
| Mildred Haar, Lorin Seibert, Estella
! Prosscr and Margaret Shultz participat
ed. A number of invited guests were
present. After the recital refreshments
were served.
Mr. and Mrs George Filler, of York,
spent a few days with friends and rela
tives here.
John A. Trostle, of York Springs,
was in town yesterday.
Mrs. Amelia Bender and Huldah
Bender spent Saturday and Sunday with
friendß in York Springs.
The farmers it this section are mar-
JSjoamafM
► CALL 1991— ANY PHONE FOUNDED 1871 <
: "Long May ItWave" i
* Nothing is more impressive on Decoration Day i
y than every home flying the National Emblem. V/ '
Time now to look up the old flag. Some homes will SV**2SI»(
J need new ones, and we suggest: <
► Soft Cotton Flags, with sewn stripes; jointed pole, f J <
with cord and holder complete; size 3x5 ft., at 75d, or I 4
„ 4x6 ft., at $1.25. '/ //» <
► Larger sizes at proportionate prices. ~ <
► Smaller sizes—mounted on sticks, with gilded spears: size 9x15 inches, 4
► at V 2 inches, at 15f; 29x46 inches, at <
► (sewn stripes). <
► Pennsylvania State Flags—blue ground, with State crest, in standard col
y ors; 11 1 /2x17 1 / 4 inches, at lfy*. , <
* Fourth FIoor—BOWMAN'S. i
► i
► Choice Models in Wash <
► Dresses of the Wanted Grades ;
► linwr Some of the daintiest and smartest styles it will be your pleasure to i
ne, and surely you'll need one or two for the holiday trip. JB
y vo '' es ' r ' ee marquisettes and cotton crepes, arc the prettiest. 4
I k White with a touch of color; others of summer shades; while one 4
1m /Tip. or two are handsomely embroidered. <
|/| . l\ New collar effects; button or crocheted ornaments are among the
' £&[ I// \\ trimmings.
* s!t/\ / Prices range upward to $12.50, while at $2.50 are stunning
i i\ mO^P ' S )oUwear ' ng " 4
; A Palm Beach Suit for the
; Decoration Day Trip :
► 2 k Whether you go to the seashore or to any of the other popular resorts,
► you'll find Palm Beach suits the favorite.
► We're showing a number of clever models in Norfolk styles, and semi- ■*
y Norfolk styles with belted backs. Smart pockets with effective button n?.. v'v., i
► trimmings give them, the desired snap. 4
y Circular skirts are the most wanted in these suits. You'll find them ' <
Made of genuine "Palm Beach," also beach cloth (a near likeness). i vJi i
y Priced at $5.98 upward to $15.00. 4
I Among the Finer Waists Is the \
\ Exquisite Georgette Crepe ;
' This fabric of unusnal sheerness, is of very durable texture and will 'fjf/ \ ' '
y withstand laundering. . '(if j \\* ;
► The waists are very striking, with flat and standing collars; tucks 'M l V
► and Baby Irish lace. They come in white and pink, at $3.98. j i I i
Crepe de Chine Waists, at $3.98 —pleated front; round, flat collars; )/| 1 M ;
► long sleeves; in flesh and white. || *
► Also in military effect front, with bengaline collar; in mais, putty, v A
y white and flesh, at $3.98. *
y Crepe de Chine Waists, at $2.50 —elbow length sleeves; some have Jfea <
y pockets, otherwise trimmed plainly; round, flat collars. T[ i
Second Floor —BOWMAN'S. '
a A i 4 A Jti rib A A A -ffc A A A i irh A A A A A
Uetitig immense quantities of eggs at
I this time. More than 1,500 per
I month have becii shipped during the
! past few months, bringing to this sec-
I lion more than SB,OO per month for
] eggs alone. During the first 25 days
| of May 1,225 eases were shipped from
| one local station.
Charles Cook and family spent Sun
! day with friends in Wellsville.
The Grand Army of this place will
I observe Memorial Day Saturday, May
j 29, instead of Monday, May 31. The
patriotic orders of this place and the
Sunday schools will join in the services,
j Harvey A. Gross, District Attorney of
j Vork courtty, has been secured to deliv
| er the memorial address.
Camp 777, P. O. 8. of A., of this
place, added one new member to the
camp on Monday evening.
The managers of the cemetery at this
place are busy planting their, flowers
for the summer.
ELIZABETHVILLE
High School Graduating Class Is Com
posed of Nine Members
Elizabethville, May 26.—The grad
uating class ot 1915 of the Elizabeth
| villi' High school is composed of nine
I students —Miles V. Miller, valedictor
| ian; Leona Daniels, salutatorian; Fa.ve
I Romberger, Maude Weaver, Prances
I Swab, Scott Weaver, Forrest linker,
Edward Ditty, Jesse Zeigler. The bac
calaureate sermon will be delivered
Sun'dav evening, May 30, at 7.30 in
the Evangelical church by the Rev.
James E. Beam. Commencement exer
cises will be held in the High school
j auditorium Tuesday, June 1, at 8 p. in.,
| when the Rev. Dr. Yeager, of Lewis
town, will deliver the address to the
graduates.
S. B. Romberger has returned from
a visit, to his daughter at Pottstown.
Mrs. Ida Bennet and daughter, of
Harrisburg, visited J. K. Bertsfield and
wife on Sunday.
Mrs. John Scheiber is spending sev
eral weeks with her children in Phila
delphia.
A number of folks attended the con
cert at Williamstown Saturday even
ing by the Victor Talking Machine
1 Company, accompanied by John Thoinp
i son.
Miles V. Miller spent Sunday at the
home of Harper Bressler at Tower
City.
The Rev. C. P. Wehr visited his fa
ther near Allcntown last week.
Sara Kessler visited friends at Wil
liamstown and li kens over Sunday.
ENDERS
Mrs. Philip Dietrich, Victim of Cancers,
Buried Saturday Afternoon
Special Correspondence.
Knders, May 26. —Mrs. Catharine
Hand, of Lykens, visited her sister,
Mrs. William H. Fitting, several days
last week.
Mrs. Charles Longabaugh, of Rife,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam
Snyder, 011 Sunday.
James Adams and family, of Millers
burg, were the guests of Harry U. Shoop
and family 011 Sunday.
Bart. Drumm and family, of Harris
burg, called at the home of his brother
in-law, C. C. Enders, on Sunday after
noon.
Mrs. Philip Dietrich, who was a ter-1
rible sufferei with cancer internally,
died 011 Tuesday and was buried in the
Lutheran and Reformed cemetery on
Saturday morning. Services were con
ducted bv the Rev. J. P. Stabley, pastor
of the Lutheran church, who was assist
ed bv the Rev. J. C. Pease, of the U.
B. church, in whose church the services
were held on account of the remodeling
of the Lutheran and Reformed church.
Undertaker George Bufflngton, of Eliz
abcthville, had charge of the funeral.
Thomas A. Snuth and men are mak
ing the home of T. J. Hoffman into
quite another appearing house by rais
ing the upper stoiv and putting a dor
mer window in and a new roof, mak
ing a fine home.
The Rev. J. A. and Mrs. Lyter, of
Harrisburg, were the guests of the for
mer's parents, Mr and Mrs. J. H, Ly
ter, on Monday.
The Rev. A. N. Ulrich and family, of
Paxtang, who was a former pastor of
the U. B. church at this place, visited
friends here over Sunday.
Mrs. William H. Fitting, an aged
lady, who is making her home with
her son, .John C. Pitting, is confined to
her bed for some months and is grow
ing worse.
Charles Shiley and family and Oscar
Shiley and family, of Tower City, vis
ited at the home of Harry E. Shoop
on Sunday. Mrs. Shoop has been ill
for some time.
MIDDLETOWN
M. E. Epworth League to Hold Measur
ing Party, June 1
.Snccinl Coi'i\-ii,or!clenco.
Middlotown, May 26. —Mr. and
Mrs. Mcrvin Light entertained a num
ber of little folks in honor of their
daughter, Helen's fifth birthday yes
terday afternoon. The little folks had
a very pleasant time in playinig various
games. Refreshments were served. Miss
Helen received quite a number of pres
ents.
The Middletown Cemetery Associa
tion has a force of men at work clean
ing up the cemetery.
William Martin and son, Harold, of
Williamsport, are visiting relatives in
town.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Espenshade arc
visiting relatives at Norristown for the
week.
Walter Baxtresaor, who resided in
the McNair plot on Union street, moved
to the Gingrich property on West Main
street, near Center square.
The Mite Society of the Church of
God met at the home of Mrs. Lee Good
on Race street, last evening.
I. H. Doutrich is transacting busi
ness at Boston, Mass., for several days.
The Epworth League of the Metho
dist Episcopal church, will hold a meas
uring party next Tuesday evening,
June 1, in the Sunday school room. A
fine program hi:s been arranged as fol
| lows: Piano solo, (a) The Swan Saint,
Salus; (b) In the Woods, Staut, Mr*.
H. H. Rhodes; reading, Miss Ella
Sharosky; trombone solo. Leroy Deib
ler; vocal solo, Miss Margaret Kurtz;
reading, Miss Ella Sharosky; violin
solo, John Witmanj vocal solo, Miss
Kathryn Ettele; reading, Miss Ella
Sharosky; piano solo, Irish melodies,
Pope, Mrs. H. 11. Rhodes; violin solo,
Johu Witman.
Mrs. J. G. Peters, Mrs. J. A. Kramer,
Mrs. T. 0. Eckenrode and Mns. H. A.
M-cKee spent Tuesday afternoon at
Harrisburg attending a cooking school.
They motored there in the former's
automobile.
Karl Koltrider, clerk in J. G. Peters
dry goods store, is off duty on account
of illness.
Miss Pauline Reitzel is visiting rel
atives at Klizabethtown for a week.
The Ladies' Aid Society, of the
. Church of God, will hold a 'birthday so
cial in the Sunday school room next
Tuesday evening, June 1. A fine pro
gram is being arranged for the occa
sion.
William Mack is suffering with a
very sore arm the result of falling out
of a wagon in Rovalton by making a
misstep. Dr. C. E. Bowers the
injuries.
Charles Kennard, of Sprinig street,
is able to be out again after being
confined to his home for the past few
weeks.
Walter Rodfong left yesterday for
Sparrow's Point, Md., where he has
accepted a position in the steel plant
at that place. He will move his family
there in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Kitzmiller, son and
two daughters, of Harrisburg, spent
Sunday in towu as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Hess, Emails street.
Miss Elvira Welsh, of Harrisburg,
spent Sunday in town as the guest of
her brother, Pred Welsh, and family,
(Spring street.
Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Fastuach, of
Harrisburg, spent yesterday visiting
friends in town.
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