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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - September 10, 1915, Altoona, Pennsylvania FRIDAY, SEPT. IO, 1915, THE ALTOONA MIRROR KLINE BROS KLINE BROS Store Opens 8 A. M. Closes Saturday 9 P. M. KLINE BROS KLINE BROS Children’s School Hose Trimmed Hats, $4.98 Before purchasing your Au-    Anjinfli tumn Hats, come and see these. All colors including black to ^ Wk choose from. All the leading j&mB ^ models, marked ^or quick selling at $4.98. New Continental Sailors, $1.69    ^    I, Shown with shirred brims and    / soft floppy crowns.    J    * 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    Children’s plush hats, Scotty" hats which are    trimmed with ribbons and made of bright color 98c    neat trimmings. 98c corduroy........ At.............. Children’s black cotton ribbed hose, double heels and toes, also double knee. Wide ribbed. J All sizes. At a pair .. * VC Children's black or white cotton ribbed hose, double heels and toes. All sizes. At a IQI pair ................ laIi2fC Children’s medium and heavy weigh cotton ribbed hose. Double heels and toes. Black, white* tan and pink, red, blue, etc. I g At a pair .............. IOC Children’s Buster Brown and also Black Cat hose, famous for wear. All weights. At OP a pair  ........... mO C $1.78 Crepe De Chine, $1.10 Yard We offer here a very exquisite quality of beautiful deep tone shades. Sky blue, pink, lilac, reseda green, nfcw blues, browns, cream and black. Full 40 inches wide. Are made of all wool serge, poplin, gabardines, etc. The jackets are made over the new semi-fitting lines. Fur trimmed, plain, man tailored and trimmed with silk braids. Are made from all wool serges and poplins. The jackets are semi-fitting and loose styles. Lined with good satin and pean de Cygne. Black, navy, green and brown. Men’s Fall Shirts, 50c and 98c Are made from the best of materials. The jackets are 28 to 32 inches long, trimmed beautifully with fur, braids, and also plain tailored. The skirts arc cut wide, pleated. Include wool poplins, serges and other wool fabrics. Plain tailored, trimmed with fur, braid, etc. Skirts are made in the best fall models. Blue, black and brown shades. Silk Crepe De Chine Waists at $1.98 to $2.98 None better anywhere for the same price. Come and sec them and you will agree with us. Cut full and made in the prettiest of pretty styles. Special V alues in Men’s and Young Men’s High Class Fall Suits at $12.98&$14.98 Men and young men who want correct new Fall Suits, in which Style, Cut and Fabric is absolutely correct, will find here just what they are looking for. A visit will demonstrate to you that Kline Bros., sell better clothing at more reasonable prices than elsewhere. Everhart, Miss Ada Fiekeg, Percy M. Zeigler and chauffeur, Russel Kell. The party it* stopping with J. VV. Trimmer nf Seventh avenue, except Mrs. Everhart. who is with her brother, L. I'. Smith, 219 Fifth avenue. They will be here several days. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. ! NEWS OF LOCAL EVENTS School Suits at $2.98 Values unsurpassed—all wool blue serges trousers lined throughout and an elegant sc lection of fancy mixtures. Sizes 6 to 17 years Suits With Two Pair Pants, $3.98 and $4.98 A clear saving of $1.00 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. AMONG THE SICK Franklin s Mothers Bread LEAVES FOR ARIZONA EX-CONVICT TO BE A MINISTER. MOUNDSVILLE, W. Vs., Sept. IO.—-Calorie Jon**, sent to the state penitentiary for murder twenty years ago, was released yesterday and will study for the ministry. He entered prison under life lenience, an illiterate boy. Now, a luau of 40, he has gained education while n prison and has won a parole. He will enter h Kentucky ministerial college. When you think of Mother, Think of Mother’s Bread, And at your grocer’s, Accept no other instead. f ;