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WITH THE GOVERNOR
Many Guests Will Greet the Chief
Executive and Mrs. Tener
Gueßtß of the Governor and Mrs.
John Kinley Tener at the Executive
Mansion this evening will number
about 200. The event will be an old
time reception, with music, conversa
tion and a supper.
Masses of Spring flowers, annun
ciation lilies and azaleas are artis
tically combined with palms and ferns
in the decorations throughout the
house; the TTpdegrove orchestra will
play and Rutherford is catering.
Next Friday evening, February 6,
the Governor and Mrs. Tener will en
tertain the dancing contingent, Includ
ing members of the Cotillion Club and
Society Folks to Sell
Bakery and Preserves
It is not only a "cake" sale but a
sale of all kind of homemade stuffs
that will be held on the tenth of Feb
ruary, all dav and all evening, for the
benefit, of the Central Pennsylvania
Woman Suffrage Association. Mrs.
Joseph T»eCompte, of the Rodearmel
Apartments, Is chairman of the com
mittee, and she has promises of all
kinds of good things which house
wives will wish to purchase. There
will be large cakes, small cakes, pies,
candy, jellies, preserves, canned fruit,
homemade bread and rolls; all made
by suffragists, and all warranted to be
wholesome and delicious. Prices will
c u,ine , zwe
Caramels «■ V
Chocolate (af~^ prr
Assorted Cfa PJ
Fresh Fruit Sundaes
and Ice Cream
7.30 to 11.00
225 MARKET ST.
Charming Silk Dresses Enter Our Clearance
Sale To-morrow at Heavy Price Cuts
priors ar« less than half actual value. The models are new 'and the v&eTy althouUh i,,
stances quantities are limited to one and two of a kind—a condition you'll appreciate None or ihi-yn SS
will be laid aside, exchansed or sent C. O. D. appro laie. a one of those dresses
EVENING DRESSES ' STREET DRESSES '
Lavender crepe de chine, with waist of chiffon Brown, Silk Poplin with vest of Bui- AO
over shadow lace, beaded trimming*, d»»y QQ gaxlan Silk, peg top skirt; worth $14.98. .«pO.S/0
draped skirt; $16.98 value M> / .i/O King's blue charmeuse, panel of white
m .. . . , . . . i l , n f , „ o ßu 'f arlan silk collar and belt;
White and pink chiffon dresses over dj'T qq $14.98 value ibfj Hq
Jap Silk, worth $16.98 «p # .SJO Lavender charmeuse,with coatee, shadow*lace
T/iglit Blue Messaline, collar of silk Q qq jii'ob' ra P sklrt ; worth j- qq
braid; $10.98 value JpO.HO •• • • ipO.HO
others In messaline, crepe meteor charmpnna
Crepe de Chine combination, old rose coat ef- and eilk poplin; worth <fcr; f\o M. ' d>in
feet,, with white draped skirt; 18.98 Qg »|>3."o tO ipl^.jQ
Shadow lace with draped oversklrt of Nile t«t '"""""" ™
green crepe de chine; $24.98 $lO Qft ** URS
value * ,i^o« ulne Red Fox Sets worth fcQ no
Others in crepe de chine, charmeuse, chiffon $18.98 JpQ.i/O
sr; 1 „rrittir"* $3.98 to $7.98 „nr w °" « 7 ««
1 y * .jo
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Specials For Saturday SUITS * DRESSES
Quantities Limited $12.98 value $5.98 $6.00 value .. ~M
Six girls' coats in all wool $22 50 value $lO 98 m'as v*!"® S ' s-98
novelty cloth and chinchilla, $25.00 value ......... i. .$1«;»8 J l2 - 98 "Hue $ 5 . 98
nicely trimmed; sizes Bto 12; $36.00 value $17.98 —————— ———^
worth $9 QQ V
C*ive Ladies' black thibet - ... .
coats with shawl collar and cults r«r» A T>C WaiStS, Skirts, Under
trimmed with silk no LUAIo '
bjraid; $7.50 value
Seven Ladles' raincoats In $12.00 value $6.98 ' CU.., etc., ail at
rubberized rep, navy and black; SIB.OO value $9.98 _
worth d»o AQ $27.60 value $12.98 Clearance Sale Prices.
The South Fourth St. 11-12 N°^ b f° r The
FRIDAY EVENING, x HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH JANUARY 30, 1914.
OF STEELTON FOLKS
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wieger Given
Surprise Party and Hand
Frank Wieger, a well-known grocer
of Steelton, started from home last
evening with his wife to spend a social
evening with his wife to spend the
they were leaving the house they were
met by a party of friends, who said
they had come to surprise them on
the twenty-fifth anniversary of their
marriage. The guests spent a pleas
ant evening with their enforced hosts
and presented them with a chest of
handsome table silver.
Supper al fresco was served to the
following people: Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Blerman. of Harrisburg: Mr.
and Mrs. John Yestadt. Mr. and Mrs.
Matthew Dudes, Miss Mary Shannon,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Slltzer, of Har
Miss Crecantia Meyer, of Lucknow.
and Frank Wieger, of Steelton, were
married January 29. 1889, in this city
at the German Catholic Church by the
late Rev. Father Clement A. Kopper
nagel. Of thirteen children born to
them eleven are now living. They
have resided In Steelton during their
Piano instructions at studio of Miss
Lois F. Reifsnyder. For terms apply
209 West State street. Bell phone
1 f> 4 31-#.—Advertisement.
Card Party For Benefit
of Suffrage Association
There is widespread interest In the
card party to be held Saturday, Feb
ruary 7 In the large auditorium of the
Board of Trade, for the benefit of the
Central Pennsylvania Woman Suf
frage Association. Bridge, five hun
dred, euchre and flinch will be played
by the different groups, who will make
up their own tables and play the
game they desire.
The hall will be tastefully decorated
by the ladies in charge, Mrs. Herman
P. Miller and Miss Mary Y. Mcßey
noids, and the new white satin banner
of the society will hold a conspicuous
place. There will be prizes and light
refreshments will be served. Any one
desiring to get up a table can phone
at once to Mrs. Herman P. Miller,
124 J. Playing will commence at 2.30.
LEAVES FOR BVFFAIjO
Mrs. H. F. Heishley and son have
gone home to Buffalo, N. Y., after a
five weeks' stay with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. T. Leinbaeh. in this city.
Mrs. Heishley Is one of the soloists of
the Lafayette Presbyterian Church of
MISS JANE CAMPBELL SPEAKS
Miss Jane Campbell, of Philadel
phia, member of the national suffrage
board, will speak on "Why Women
Need the Franchise" in the Young
Men's Christian Association building
on the evening of Thursday, Febru
Airs. Daniel W. Cox, of North Front
street, is home from Wernersville,
where she went to recuperate after
injuries received from a bicycle acci
Attorney J. B. Reese, of Jordan,
Canada, has gone to Washington,
D. C„ after spending several days with
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Wildman, Jr.,
at their North Sixth street home.
Mr. and Mrs. E.' W. Somers, who
have resided at the Elphlnstone for
the past ten months, left to-day for
their former home in New York city,
for a permanent stay.
Mrs. William O. Hickok, of 508
North Second street, has returned
from Dover, Mass., where she spent
five days with her daughter, Mrp. Ar
thur A. Emmons.
j Mrs. Herbert Lloyd Thomas and
| small son are home from Br.vn Mawr,
, where they visited fheir cousin, Mrs.
Herbert Lincoln Clark.
[Other Pergonals on 7.]
OF PRETTY LINENS
Mrs. Ned Earl Foster Receives
Large Shower of House
Mrs. Ned Earl Foster, a recent
bride, who pras formerly Miss Gr&yce
Shirley, of this city, hftd the pleasure
of taking down her flrst washing last
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Shirley, 642 Dauphin street. In
it were linens in infinite variety, from
glass towels to handsomely embroid
ered and monogramed towels and
Later in the evening there was mu
sic by Mrs. Charles Klstler, Miss Betty
Krieg and Miss Ruth Andrews. A
buffet supper was served. Morris
Smiley gave toasts to the bride and
bridegroom, which were cleverly re
In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. W.
Green, Miss Miriam Green, Mr. and
Mrs. Eberley. Miss Mildred Eberley,
Mrs. Fickes. Miss Elizabeth Fickes,
Mrs. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, Mrs.
Zollinger, Miss Ella Zollinger, Mr. and
Mrs. Boyd McCord, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Shirley. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Kistler, Mrs. Catherine Shirley, Mrs.
Hawthorne. Mrs. Robert Llndsey, Miss
Beatrice Llndsey. the Misses Catherine
Shirley, Leona Foster, Betty Kreig,
Ruth Andrews and Inez Sanders,
George Bufflngton, Jack Bufflngton,
Maurice Smiley, John Shirley, Mr. and
Mrs. Ned Earl Foster.
The Boldosser Home
Thrown Open For Social
Guests of Frank Boldosser and his
sister, last evening at their residence,
2319 Jefferson street, enjoyed music
and a late supper after games and
contests. Ferns and flowers bright
ened the rooms.
The guests were Miss Gladys Mar
shall, Miss Cathryn Barkey, Miss
Kathryn Critchley, Misses Katharine
and Anna Lindsey, Miss Jennie Ham
maker, Miss Ruth Richards, Miss
Elizabeth Sykes, Miss Miriam Metzler.
Miss Helen Rapp, Miss Clara Cruin,
Miss Elmira Boldosser and Misses
Miriam and Rachel Noble; George
Gray, Earl Metzler, Delmont Plank,
Paul St. Peter, James Sykes, Elverson
Keaner, Leon Mayill, John Richards,
Charles Snyder, William Church,
Stanley Walker, Harrison Farner, Earl
Kirk, PYanklin Metzler, John Frank
James Boldosser, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Corkle, Mr. and Mrs. Clarlsa Hess and
daughter Alice and Mrs. Ralph Ervln.
To Interest Children
in Farm and Gardens
The Ladies' Club of the McCormick
estate farms met yesterdav at the
residence of the president, Mrs. Henry
B. McCormick, North Front street,
and discussed many Important mat
ters. To Interest children in the work
of farm and garden prizes will be
offered for the best "trial gardens."
A bread-baking contest will be held
at the annual August picnic for the
younger members of the club.
During an Informal program, Miss
Helen Bruce Wallace gave a stereop
ticon talk on her trip to the Pacific
coast. Luncheon was served at noon.
The February meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. G. A. Billet, of
Route No. 3, of Mechanlcsburg, the
May meeting at the home of Mrs.
Elmer Sechrist, of the Poplar farm,
near Wormleysburg, and the June
meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert
Smith, at Dillsburg.
JANUARY CLUB NIGHT
CELEBRATED AT COLONIAL
Cards, bowling, dancing to the
strains of Updegrove's orchestra and
the finest kind of a supper were fea
tures of pleasure last evening at the
Colonial < 'onntry Club, when the mem
bers celebrated the monthly club
night. Sixty guests were in attend
The ladies' advisory hoard of the
club is arranging special festivities for
the afternoon and evening of Feb
ruary 19. Cards and dancing will be
II Witmer, Balr <& Witmer | Witmer, Bair & Witmer
2-Day Pre-Inventory Sale—Saturday and Monday
11 Our Entire Regular Stocks of Winter Garments, High Class Evening Gowns, One Original
jjj Imported Gown and 50 High Class Copies of Imported Gowns—Majority 36, 38 and 40 Sizes
jj Original Imported Iknvn of Maize Crepe Meteor, over- Meltons, Wide Wales and many other later weaves, some fur
| dress of Royal Bine Silk Tulle, heavily trimmed in pearl and trimmed—colors, taupe, brown, green, mahogany, Copenhagen,
jj; crystal bands, wide girdle of rose and black satin, $225.00 navy and black; $37.50 reduced to $16.75; $35.00 reduced to
111 l value $05.00 $181.75;'528.75 reduced to #17.50, etc.
|||| Gown of Maize Colored Charmeuse, overdress of white 100 plain and suits—brown, gray, nayy,
chiffon in new tier effect, crystal trimmed, $60.00 value, $37.50 taupe, black, mahogany—sizes 16 to 44 and odd sizes 35 to 47.
jjj Gown of Orange Colored Chinelle Brocade, entrain with Prices—s2B.7s reduced to $15.00; $31.50 to $39.75 reduced to
jji overdress of fine shadow lace, trimmings of real Fitch fur and $19.75
pearls, $150.00 value $85.00 * The best suit, fancy or plain, velvet, corduroy or cloth, in
[ j Gown of Deft Blue Crepe de Chine, overdress of Oriental the house—no matter about former price—pre-inventory price,
j beaded chiffon, sleeves and yoke of fine shadow lace, wide , $25.00
Jji girdle of heavy cerise silk, $75.00 value $45.00 100 EVENING, AFTERNOON AND STREET WRAP
j Gown of Nile Green Charmeuse, overdress of silver border COATS— aII with the latest sleeves—some fur collars and
jjj lace, wide girdle of rose chinelle brocade, $75.00 value, $45.00 cuffs—others plain—plain or brocade plush and velours,
j! ! Gown of Maize Chiffon over white charmeuse bands of chamelon, etc. Colors are taupe, black, reseda, changeable,
brilliant trimming and wide gold girdle, $60.00 value . . $37.50 new blue, etc. —prices and less—s47.so chamelon reduced
jjjj Gown of White Chiffon over fine shadow lace, entire gown to $19.50; $59.50 reduced-to $85.00 ; $42.00 reduced to
trimmed with crystal, large sash of heavy pink satin, $55.00 $22.50 ; $42.50 reduced to $15.00. This is just an idea of
1 va ' ue $37.50 the price range.
jl j Gown of Pink Chiffon over pink messaline, overdress of tsad^tto
| fine shadow lace, trimmed wth bands of Japanese mink, wide FURS FURS FURS AND MARABOUS
girdle of blue moire silk, $55.00 value $37.50 The cheapest Coney to the high grade Mink Sable—
ii| 50 Taffeta Silk Dresses; navy, black, Copenhagen and $3.75 to $85.00 each—and extra 10 per cent, on all furs and
changeable, $12.50, $14.50, $19.75, $22.50, $25.00 to marabous.
$42.50. New Spring styles. 400 Coats of every kind go into this two-day pre-inventory
i 50 new Spring crepe de chine, figured charmeuse, crepes, sale. Main store—slo.oo to $25.00. All new coats and new
j!, silk, poplins, etc., $14.75, $17.50, $20.00, $22.75, $25.00 values. This will be a great sale—a record breaker because
jji to $50.00. stocks are almost double and prices lower than any January
100 up-to-date Spring Models made of Fall materials, for before for real merchandise, such as we have to offer —great
, J present wear, at r /2 and less than ]/ 2 prices—Broadcloth, material—best of lining, etc.
W., 8. & W. Annex,
I 2-DAY PRE-INVENTORY SALE-SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Lingerie waists, high neck, long or three-fourth length Copenhagen and scarlet, 10 to 18-year sizes, $25.00 value, now
sleeves, lace and embroidery trimmed, formerly 89c and 95c, $8.75
1 now *. 09$ Black and navy chinchilla, three-fourth length coats with
A number of styles, low neck and short sleeves, former black plush collar, set in sleeves and round corners, $12.50; '
!j! prices range from SI.OO to $1.95, now 75 ik now $8.95
New Spring models in waists, low neck, long sleeves, drop Oxford gray blanket cloth coats. $15.00 value, now $7.50
shoulder, very special SI.OO Navy and black boucle coats with plush trimmings, $12.50
■ Odds and ends of house dresses, principally small sizes, value $7.95
15, 18. 34; values up to $1.79; special SI.OO Several styles in blue chinchilla, blue and taupe zibelinc
! Navy, brown, black, Copenhagen and shepherd check coats, $8.95 value, for $6.75
I dresses, values from $5.95 to $7.50; genuine bargains at Children s coats, Bto 14 years, values to $5.00, now $55.95
$3.95 to $4.95 Messaline petticoats, green, cerise, navy, Copenhagen and
Beautifully tailored skirts, navy basket weave and noveltv black..... 'Y " " •
stripe. $6.50 value; specially priced to close at • $2.50 Messaline pett.coats, navy, royal blue, cerise and green^
Blue and black serge .skirts, pretty draped models Messaline petticoats with adjustable waist band, s2ios
s~>.. 5 and s.>.,>o Black and brown kit coney neckpieces, satin lined,
Plaid skirts in green and black, blue and black, all wool, ' $2.75 to $4.95
$3.95 Black and brown kit coney muffs, satin lined,
A few gray skirts and black and white checks, formerly $2.25 to $4.95
! sold at $1.95 to $2.95, now $1.25 and $1.95 JoD lot of material pongee and lavender striped waists,
All coats arc materially reduced—chinchilla sport coats in former price $2.00, now $1.45 I
1 WITMER, BAIR <& WITMER, vv? a °nutst.
Mrs. Wildman s Guests
Meet Indiana Visitor
Mrs. Augustus Wild man, Jr., enter
tained an embroidery club at her
home, 220 C North. Third street, in
honor of Miss Christine Nelson, of
Indianapolis, Ind., who Is visiting here.
Sewing and cards were features of
pleasure, with a buffet supper follow
ing Prizes were awarded to Miss
Nelson. Mrs. Augustus Wildman, Sr.,
Miss Constance Beidleman and Mrs.
Edmund M. Deeter. '
in attendance were Miss Nelson, j
Miss Km ma Graupner, Miss Dorothy
Spicer, Miss Edna Cartriglit, Miss Sara
Lemer, Miss Anna rCeil, Miss Mar
guerite Wildman, Miss Elinor Walters.
Miss Sara Keil. Mrs. Edmund M.
Deeter, Mrs. C. V. liar*. Mrs. Victor
| Walters. Miss Celin Zerby, Miss Con
| stance Heidleman and Mrs. Augustus
| Wildman. Sr.
Marching Club Guests
of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Faus i
The marching club and friends of
I the W. L. N. C. No. 50 were guests
last evening of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
L. Fans, of 1711 North Third street.
Decorations in the lodge colors
adorned the rooms. There were vocal
solos by Mrs. N. H. Worrell and Mrs.
Maude McKillip and an elaborate sup
In the party were Mr. and Mra C. S.
Yontz, Mrs. Alice Moyer, Mrs. Maude
McKillip, Mrs. Ida Sowers, Mrs. Lottie
Wagner, Miss Jennie Reed. Mrs.
N. H. Worrell, Dr. A. L. Shearer, Mrs.
F. E. Hocker, Charles Yontz, Jr.,
Stanlev Yontz, Miss Pauline Yontz,
Boyd and Kalph Yontz, Mr. and Mrs.
Fa'us, Miss Carolyn Faus.
Tea This Afternoon
With Two Hostesses
The tea given this afternoon from
4 to 6 o'clock by Mrs. Spencer C. Gil
bert. and her daughter, Mrs. Francis
Jordan Hall, was a delightful event
of the week, and largely attended.
The house decorations were of pot
ted Spring blossoms, primroses, hya
cinths and narcissus prevailing.
In the tea room there were masses
of "Daybreak" carnations and fern,
with a table centerpiece of pink Kll
larney roses and mlgnonnette.
Mrs. Robert A. Lamberton and Mrs. |
George Douglass Ramsay poured tea
and chocolate and assisting were Mrs.
William Henderson, Mrs. Sandford
DeWitt Coe and Mrs. Hall.
TO HOLD BAKE SALE
George I. Lebo, teacher of the Sun
day school class at the Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer, will hold a
bake sale to-morrow afternoon and
evening at the Hill market. All kinds
of homemade cakes, pies and candies
will be sold. The proceeds will go
toward the funds of the church.
SAMUEL WORLEY'S CLASS
HOLDS SOCIAL MEETING
The class of Samuel A. Worley, In
the Bethlehem Lutheran Sunday
school, held a social meeting last
evening at the classroom, with Mrs.
Lottie Conrad and Miss Effle. Guss,
There were decorations of ferns and
| primroses and after a musical pro
gram a buffet supper was served to
h 1 j|
Central High Notes
of Timely Interest
Examinations in all subjects for the
students closed yesterday afternoon.
There were no sessions to-day and the
scholars had an opportunity to re
cuperate after their trying examina
Professor Steele to-day requested
all teachers either to call up the of
fice by phone or to come to the school
in person so as to settle up all mat
ters in regard to examinations.
Miss Saul, secretary to the prin
cipal, with several helpers, is busy at
work in the office addressing en
velopes and making out over some
nine hundred midyear reports, which
are expected to reach the parents of
the students by Saturday.
All expenses being paid the or
chestra was able to turn over |26.50
to the athletic association from the
proceeds of the concert held last
Thursday evening, January 22, In the
t The sessions beginning oil Monday,
I February 2, will change, the morning
| session becoming the afternoon and
the afternoon session the morning.
Miss Rebecca Craighead has given
up her work as a teacher of Fresh
men and Sophomore Latin classes.
Beginning February 2. she will be
found in the library both mornings
and afternoons assitsing pupils who
are either deficient in their studies
or those who have "flunked" their
Professor Steele announces that al
thought only five per cent, of the
861 listed pupils received an evarege
of 92 per cent, or above and only
267 of the 861 pupils attained an av
erage above 87 per cent, the condi
tions book shows a great improve
ment over last year.
ROOMS BRIGHTLY LIGHTED
BY JAPANESE LANTERNS
An enjoyable birthday party was
i given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
IH. A. Gifford, 1605 Hunter street, in
honor of their son, DarreU's, eighth
After music and games, refresh
ments were served in the diningroom
brightly decorated in Japanese lan
Those present were: Stanly Heiges,
Carl Monismlth, Gilbert Monismith,
; T ° h * . Harmon, Wayne Berg, Nolan I
King, Robert Riveler, Lay Stine, John
Thompson, Wesley Logan, Charles
Miller, Dan Barry, Jacob Parthemore,
I Wllbert Coldren, Gilbert Gilles, Don
ald Gilford, Darrell Gifford.
SUPPER AT SENATE PRIOR
to THEATER PARTY TONIGHT 1
Prior to the Sunshine opera this
evening at the Majestic theater, Hen
derson Gilbert will give a supper at
the Senate to the following people:
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jordan Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Robbins, Jr.,
Miss Marjorie Robbins, of Springfield,
1 Mass.: Miss Marian Clifford Angell,
1 Thomas Baldwin and Robert Mc-
For Infants and Childrefa
lii Use For Over 30 Years
) Signature of
, , ~L.
Acacia Club Members
Dance at Masonic Hall
A second series of dunces by the
Acacia Club was Inaugurated last
evening at Masonic Hall with the Mor
gan orchestra playing for a Sixteen
'Among the dancers were Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. Shantz, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Sheaffer, Mr. anil Mrs. WlHiarnHam
aker, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. llahn, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Henderson, Mr. anil
Mrs. C. C. Holland. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Burkholder. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mon
roe. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fralm, Mr.
and Mrs. G. Tl. Smiley. Mr. and Mrs.
William B. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. G.
lj. Moser, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lamb,
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Maclilin,
Miss E, Caroline Tlahn, Miss Kathryn
Phillips, Miss Zella Book. Miss Helen
Gierde. Miss Romaine Smith. Miss
Maud Sherwood. Charles W. Lady, H.
H. Baker. Charles K. Simmers, H. J.
Finerfrock and Rober Stewart.
The committee of arrangements in
cluded S. Ort Bowman. J. E. Burk
holder. G. P. Drake, Harold E.
C. Henderson, G. IJ. Moser, J. W.
Shook, A. G. Shantz and C. E. Sheaffer.
GUKSTS OF MISS IIUMPF
Miss May Rumpf, of 1526 North
Sixth street, entertained the Five Hun
dred club, of which she is a member,
at her home Wednesday evening. The
prize winners were Mrs. John Hening
and Miss Kumpf.
Refreshments were served to the
Misses Margaret and Alice Madden,
Miss Katharine McCoy, Miss May
Rumpf, Mrs. Milton Yetter, Mrs. Al
exander Horn; Mrs. John Hening and
Mrs. Agnes Scarlett.
Stamped Waists I
in Voile, Crepe, and Batiste for all
kinds of embroidery; most promi
nent of which for early Spring wear
is the French knot.
Designs which match the waist for
stamping entire suits. i
c fl\e ExcnaH
iKird Street &t HotH
TKe Shop Individ®
>ecial 29c Regularly 50c cy?
15 Walrvuf at 1 . /j
<9 ' *
ildylwhile Card Club
at Cloverly Heigh
Members of the Idylwhile FiveHil
dred Club were pleasantly
yesterday afternoon by Mrs. John J
Pugh at her Cloverly Heights hoirj
The players were Mrs. Ward D. Cej
roll, Mrs. Jay Frank Rohrer, M]
William H. Cordry, Mrs. Kdwin J
Fischler, Mrs. Fred D. Squires,
Albert Andrews. Mrs. George Mo
1 mann and Mrs. Pugh.
Cold in Head
Relieved in one minute. Money back .
If it fails. Get a 25c or 50c tube of J
Use it quick. For chronic nasal ea- M
tarrh, dry catarrh, sora nose, coughs. ■
sneezing, nose bleed, etc. Write for ■
free sample. The first drop used will ■
do good. Ask druggists. m
Kondon Mlfl. Co., Minneapolis. Mini
; Dr. Wm. P. Clarj
1610 NORTH THIItD STHEI-jfl
r office Hours: 0 a. in. to 1
2 p. m. to 5.30 p. m. ■