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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - September 10, 1915, Altoona, Pennsylvania THE ALTOONA MIRROR fKIDAY, SSPT, 10, 1915. KLINE BROS. KLINE BROS. Store Opens 8 A. M. Closes Saturday 9 P. M. KLINE BROS. KLINE BROS. Popular Sale of Suits of Merit! .98 and A Glorious spectacle of styles is presented to our patrons in this overwhelming sale of Women's, Misses'and Junior Suits. Every model, every fabric, and every particular style that a AVoman'or Miss might wish for, is included in this great collection. The latest ideas of Fash- ion arc faithfully and beautifully expressed in suit after suit. And, the one big satisfactory advantage in buying here is the money saving, be- cause of our inimatably low prices. SEE THE LARGE ASSORTMENT IN OUR SUIT DEPARTMENT-SECOND FLOOR Suits Are made from all wool serges and pop- lins. The jackets are semi-fitting and loose styles. Lined with good satin and peau dc cygne. Black, navy, green and Suits Include wool poplins, serges and other wool fabrics. Plain tailored, trimmed with fur, braid, etc. Skirts arc made in the best fall models. Blue, black and brown shades. Suits Are made of all wool serge, poplin, 'gab- ardines, etc. The jackets are made over the new semi-fitting lines. Fur trimmed, plain, man' tailored and trimmed with silk braids. Suits Are made from the best of materials. The jackets are 28 to 32 inches long, trim- med beautifully with fur, braids, and also plain tailored. The skirts are cut wide, pleated.. Silk Crepe De Chine Waists at to None better anywhere for the same price. Come and see them and you will agree with us. Cut fill! and made in the prettiest of pretty styles. Children's School Hose Children'! black- cottoit ribbed hose, double heels and toes, also double knee. Wide ribbed. 1 All 'sizes'. At a 1 Children's Hack or white cot- ton ribbed hose, double heels and toes. All sizes. At a pair................. Children's irihrtium and heavy weigh cotton hose. Doublo heels and toes. Black, tan and pink, red, blue, etc. -I At a pair.............. JLOC Children's BiisUr Brown and al- so Black Cat hose, famous for wear.-" All weights. .At a pair.................. Crepe De Chine, Yard We offer here a very ex- quisite quality'of beautiful deep tone shades. Sky blue, pink, lilac, reseda green, new blues, browns, cream and black. Full 40 inches wide. Trimmed Hats, Before purchasing your Au- tumn 'Hats, come and see these. All colors including black to choose from. All the leading models, marked for quick selling at New Continental Sailors, Shown with shirred brims and soft floppy crowns. Children's Hats We have a splendid selection of dainty children's hats at moderate prices. Bring the little ones here, we can please them. Two Extra Specials Ask to see the "Little Scotty" hats which are made of bright color corduroy........ Children's plush hats, trimmed with ribbons and neat trimmings.. At.............. Men's Fall Shirts, 50c and 98c New Fall Shirts for Men. Made of percnle in coat style with attached cuffs. Splendid rallies. At a pair, SOc-and 98c. Silk four-in-hands in large shapes, and 50cj At 2Sc heavy grey cotton ribbed long- sleeves .and. ankle lengths......... Boys'Dress Shirts, 49c JIade of percale -with soft separate collar to match. Manish patterns, soft attached cuffs. Sizes 12% to 14. Men's heavy part wool hose black with grey- heel and toe also blue with white heels.and toes. At Boys' Blouses, 25c and 50c Bays' School Blouses made of black, sateen blue and white striped classics arid percales, maclrasscs, etc. Out full size, Military collars, made without tape strings. Ages 5 to 16 years At each, 2oc and SOc. Underwear Women's and Children's Women's heavy cotton ribbed vests and punts, feeler color. Reg- ular SOc grades. OQ_ cial-a garment Women's medium weight rib.- bed vests and pants. lileached peeler. Various At a garment OUC Qiildren's vests and pants in medium weight, bleached, all sizes. At a gar- ment Children's heavy grey cotton ribbed vests and pants. At a garment, 18c to 32c. KLINE BROS. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Interesting Gpssip About Altoonans and _', Their Guests. .Ed Elway has returned to this city after a trip to eastern cities. Mrs. W. W. White of the Brunswick hotel has returned home after a trip 'to-Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Adams of 125 Fourth avenue left this morning on a trip to Detroit and points in Canada. 'George LangguUi of 1107 Second ave- yesterday morning for Herman, lie will enter St. Fidclis col- lege. Frank Keagy of 401 Fifth ave- nue' and two children are visiting at Mariinsburg and will remain over the week-end. Misses Lorraine Hiliker, Lydia King, Olive and Edith Kerns will leave Monday to enter the Indiana State 'Nor- mal school. 'Mr. and Mrs. Edward Breisacher of 112 Lexington avenue returned home after enjoying a pleasant visit to New York. William Kephart, son of Dr. T. A. C. Kephart of 40S Third avenue, is spend- ing .the week-end at the lindenIjaiitjh summer hotel in Mavtinslmrg. Jtfr. and Mrs. Frank of Drlano, have returned home after a. pleni- ant "visit at the home of Mr. and Airs. El'i Haldcnmn, 2505 Eighth avenue. :Pgor Director H. H. PennyJ, his son, Walter, and ex-Sheriff William If. Or, all of the East side, motored yesterday to Williamsburg where they spent the day. -Mrs. W, T. Blackburn of 5QS Second street returned home last evening from Philadelphia, where she visited friends and relatives during the past two months. Anna Silknelier lias returned to Millersvillc State Normal school to re- sume her studies after spending a two months' vacation at her home, 1002 Ninth street. ;Alfred Oracoy of Kvrreti is viiitinir his son, firacin-, of 207 avenue, and J. A. (Jracuy. tin- Fourth street cigar-store proprietor, at his home, RVM1IIC. "Mrs. Hensyl L. Ueaton has rdnnivd to her home at Mount Vernou, 0., nftor n two mouths' visit with her parents, Mr. nhd Mrs. W. H. Kimyeon, of Tweti- ly.-Sfcond avenue. J, Howard one of the force of letter carriers nt the pnstoftici1, lias again become a resident of Altoona iiftcr a four years' residence nl Jtimafji. Ho has taken up his retideucf at 2210 .Sixth avenue. Among the visitors in Altoona Wed- nesday were Jumps M. Dunn, Joins K. fhincnn Rrm-c of Johns- town, who witnessed the struggle for supremacy hot wren the AHoo- HII ami .lohnstown Mips Anna H. Kvrrhart "f Xowpovt I'flnic. to Altoona in her auto Monday. yJH- was' nccnijipftnird by Mrs. Kvcrhart, Miss Ada Fickefl, Percy M, Zciglcr and chauffeur, Eussel Kcll. The party is stopping with J. W. Trimmer of Seventh avenue, except Mrs. Ever- hart, who is with her brother, L. E. Smith, 219 Fifth avenue., They will be here several days. NEWS OF LOCAL EVENTS. Happenings of Local Interest In Abbre- viated Form. A now coat of paint has been added to the interior of K. J. Wallace's barber shop ,on Fourth street. Highway Commissioner Fields has a force of men repairing the inlets at Twelfth avenue and Twelfth street. Pennsy workmen hare pJneed screen- ings and earth on the walks in the company park adjoining the Cricket field. The F. K. Balton grocery store a-t Howard avenue and Fourth street) has been brightened with a new coat of paint. Thu structural work will be started next week on DIB new Llysiven Metho- dist, church by Contractors J. C. Orr Ron. A number of men will be put on the work. Former Common Councilman John 5T. Coehran, who conducts a cigar store nfc Eleventli avenue and Fifteenth street, quietly celebrated his 3Sth birthday anniversary yesterday. William Fletcher, F. C. Evans and Tkmald Kvans returned home Wednes- day ovening after a day's fishhig in the Junmtii river, near Frankstown. They caught seven carp, seven catfish and eight puckers. AMONG THE SICK. Kegina Milfon, 7 years old, of 124 Chestnut avenue, who underwent an operation for adenoids and tonsils at the Altoona hospital and was critically ill for a few days, was removed to lie'r home and is convalescing rapidly. LEAVES FOR ARIZONA. Alfred W. Hill, Well Known Barber, Leaves City to Make Home in the West. Alfred Hill of -101 Eighth avenue, -liHiiata, who lias hi-en employed as a liarhcr in the Altamont hotel for several years, left yrslcrday afternoon to reside in Phoenix, Am. -Mr. Hill has secured a position as passenger lirukiMiiiin ou tin1 Southern Pacific, railroad. jMr. Hill was well known throughout the city as "Doc." His wife will join him early next week in .Chicago and from there will jro direct to Aruomr. His many fnemls in the city Sale of Men's and Young Men's Here's a great opportunity for you just when you ,tan-appreciate it most.' We arc going, to..offer-the Fall Season's smartest models in siiits at a remarkably low price..of Come here'Saturday and avail your- self of this great offering in suit's' "'Plain arid'.'fancy'bluc; mixtures and'cheviots and cassimeres and many and three button suits, including the favorite English model'with soft roll front. All sizes 15 to 22 years and for men from 34' to 46 chest mearsure. Extraordinary Boys' School Suits Boys' Suits at these prices. T-hey are every Come in and see if you can duplicate these one full cut, well made'and strongly sewed. School Suits at Come in brown and grey fabric which will keep their color and wear splendidly. Sizes 7 to, 16 years. School Suits at Values wool blue serges, trousers lined throughout and an elegant se- lection of fancy mixtures. Sizes 6 to 17 years. Suits With Two Pair Pants, and A clear saving of on any of these suits. Mostly all of these suits have two pairs of pants. Choose from such good fabrics as Dickey Kerseys, blue serges, wool cheviots and corduroys. Sizes 6 to 18 years. Boys' School Knee pants, 49c Corduroy, serges and -cheviots. We claim and can prove to.you that.these pants at 49c are the very best pants for ithe money possible to produce. The -selection is very good and they come-in desirable fabrics.' Sizes 5 to 17 years. Boys' School Corduroy Knickers, 79c An extra good value and quality of cordu- roy. Extra full cut and lined throughout. Sizes.'? to 18 years. Extra Special For Saturday Only Boys' SOc Knee Pants, 29c We shall place on sale Saturday morning, 200 pairs of SOc knee pants in sizes from 4 to 13, which we will sell-for 29c; Dark pattern .effects, full cut-and strongly sewed. Special Values in Men's and Young Men's High Class Fall Suits at Men and young men who want correct new Fall Suits, in which Style, Cut and Fabric -is absolutely cor- rect, will find here just what they are looking .for. A visit will demonstrate to you that Kline Bros.; sell better clothing at more rea- sonable prices than else- where. If, hfSirles lieinp; an KPI'ICIKN'T stnn- opvaphor. you arc an cfnViont A11VKR- TISKR, you'll'gct that newjiogilionl' WILL PUSH SUIT. County Commissioners to Punish Fanner for Cruelty'to Ward of County. That the county commissioners would push to the limit the suit against Mr. and Airs. Walker of Pino Grove Mills, Center county, for aggravated assault and battery on the person of James a ward of Hlair county, was the statement of Commissioner Kobert F. Bankert this morning. "We will nut pmuil children we place in homes to be declared Air. Hankert, "as this lad ap- pears to have bet-n.'1 The boy is the 12-year-old sou of Airs. Mary Ak-UIoskcy of Ncwry, and after thu death of his father was placed in the Imlu.strial homo at WJlJin-nis- burg. A year ago, ho was placed with the Wnlki'r family at Pine CJrovc Mills, the Walkers having furnished good rec- ommendations, A short titnv ago, the boy appeared in Union Furnace and told a pitiful story of cruelty suffered at the hands of the wife. Ilia arm was broken and In? wus snlVering from a had laceration of (he head. The peoplo of Union Furnace helped him to get to wht.-ru lie told his story to the eommiiisiom'is. Dr. Wjunuel fcniHh and Banker t Itromrnt liiui to Iho AUnnnn. hospital i'oy treatment, Air, Itaukurt subsequent- ly making a trip to Center county. Securing o.vidoncG confirmatory of ihft fact (hut Jiy had been Hindi- to work wifh a broken arm, nnd had evidently told a true r.twy -of 'his -hard- ships, Air. Bankert entered suit before the Center county authorities. He will attend with the boy, a preliminary hearing to be lield at Bellefonte, 17. IT. S. STEEL TONNAGE. PITTSBURGH, Sept. state- ment of unfilled -.orders of the United States Stool corporation will be issued tomorrow up to Sept. 1, and is awaited, with much interest. The plants of this company are producing on a larger scale than ever before in its history and the output is running at more thaii tons a month, or in excess of daily. The unfilled orders on August 1 wcrn tons, oh .July 1, and June 1. tons. EX-CON VICT TO BE A MINISTER. MOUNDSVILLE, AV. Sept. George Jones, sent to the state peniten- tiary for murder twenty years ago, was released yesterday and will study for the ministry. He entered prison Tinder life souk-nee, an illiterate boy. Now, a man of 40, lit; has gained education while n prison and has won a pnrolo. He will outer n Kentucky ministerial college, AMERICANS HEAVIEST DEPOSITOR According to reports from the de- partment at Washington (hero WHS on deposit' at Uio local postoHiee savings bank on ,7uly 1, Of this amount was owned by Ameri- can bom patrons and by foreign born msidonts. Millions lead all for- eign born residents in regard to amounts on deposit. Mel v and The Home oi 'Liberal Credit live, and 181. The Pride of Our City Franklin's Mother's Bread When you think of Mother, Think of Mother's Bread; And at your grocer's, Accept no other instead.
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