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41 (tj-< Chamber Suite. It Is 4®
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■I IK plate mirror 28x88 Inches.
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LOUIS XVI SUITE—of .satin walnut, cane paneled bed, 828; 48-inch
dresser, |S6; chiffonier, $33; triplicate toilet table, S2B. <tl OK
COLONIAL FOUR-POST SUITE—of solid Mahogany, octagon post bed,
838; 44-inch dresser, $55; chiffonier, $51.50. A A CA
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ADAM SUlTE—Antique Mahogany, dresser, $46.50; chiffonier, ttA.
S4O; toilet table, $27.50; bed, S4O. Complete 'P**' ■
SHERATON INLAID SUITE—of solid mahogany, ribbon inlay, dresser,
$65; chiffonier, SSB; triplicate toilet table, $56.50; bed, $55. fcOQA Cfl
We urge comparisons of quality and price.
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MRS. JOHN J. ENNIS. JR.
THIS BUI! COUPLE
Suddenly Decide Not to Wait Till
June For a Large
Friends of Miss Freda L. Radford, a
pretty telephone supervisor of the Park
Exchange, of Philadelphia, and John J.
Ennli, Jr., of 2338 North Sixth street,
this city, will be surprised to learn
tnat their plans for a bjg June wed
ding are all ufl.
10-day they ure announcing their
liiatilage on Thursday, Jar.uury 2i», at
the apartments of the Rev. Daniel
Welgle, pastor of the Mosbian Presby
tttlan Church, Sixteenth and Jefferson
streets, Philadelphia. The ceremony
*M followed by a trip to Sea lile City.
N. J., where a wedding suppor was
■trved at the summer home of Mr. and
Mis. H. D. Harmons, close frlomis 01
the bride. Later. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Radford recei.ed a telegram tell'ng
them of the wedding and they prompt
ly gave their blessing to the newly
Mr. Ennis Is a passenger brakeman
for the Pennsylvania Railroad and is
as great a favorite socially, as his bride.
Ihey are In t'ii> city for a time, nt the
bridegroom's residence, anr will bo "At
llome' In Philadelphia after June 30
Miss Ella Drawbaugh. of 1506 How
ard street, is very 111 at her home.
Mrs. George S. Reinoehl, of 2114
North Third street, has returned from
a week's visit to Philadelphia.
11 SOUTH THIRD STREET
SHADOW LACE FLOUNCINGS
16 to 17 Inches wide, 58c to $3.00 per yard. For making the new
fashionable Blouse; Tunics for evening dresses; and the two and three
flounce gown, which Is the "mode" of the moment. New net and chif
MONDAY EVENING, """ HARRISBURG Hf'jfr'V TELEGRAPH FEBRUARY 2, 1914.
Music on the Program
of the Authors Club
An innovation on the program of
the Authors Club meeting this even
ing with Miss Carrie L». Orth, 237
Briggs street, will be a paper on "Par
sifal' 1 by Miss Fannie L. Johns6n, Il
lustrated by Mrs. Howard R. Omwake.
Mrs. A. Stewart Koser, the president
of the club, will preside, and the pro
gram will Include character sketches
from Gerhart Hauptman's "Sunken
BcU read by the club this winter:
Old Wlttlken," Mrs. W. R. Jones: "The
Nlckelmann," Mrs. C. S. Shaak; "Minor
Characters," Mrs. Frank A. Gibson, and
quotations from the book by the mem
ENTERTAIN DORMITORY BOYS
Professor and Mrs. Howard Omwake,
or the Harrlsburg Academy, entertained
the dormitory boys of the school, Sat
urday. at their Riverside residence
Twenty-four guests had a merry time
with games and contests, followed by
Mr. and Mrs. John Malone, of Cres
cent and Kittatlnny streets, announce
the birth of a son January 31, 1914.
Mrs. Alalone prior to her marriage
was Miss Mabel Reiber. of this city.
Mr. and Mrs." Horace M. Witman. of
Second and Maclay streets, announce
the birth of a son, Sunday, February 1
1914. Mrs. Witman was formerly Miss
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Rhine, of 324
Eouth Fifteenth street, announce the
birth of a daughter* Martina Alma
Rhine, Wednesday, January 28, 1914,
LARGE AMOUNT FOR
Society Thanks All Who Helped
With Opera "The Lost
The Roberta Lloyd Sun
shine Society heard a most encourag
ing report this afternoon at the Feb
ruary meeting, of the opera "The Lost
Princess 80-Peep," held Friday and
Saturday evening and a Saturday
matinee, at the Majestic Theater.
While the bills aifc not yet settled,
Mrs. Lake has been paid and left the
city and the Sunshine treasury will
be *he richer by $1,275, its ful share
of the proceeds. One hundred dollars
was made by the candy sellers alone.
The expenses were heavier than
for the last opera, there was no vot
ing contest, and the weather was as
bad as bad could be; so, considering
everything, the amount cleared is
The society is most grateful to all
who participated in the opera, freely
giving their services, and to the stores
and individuals who did so much to
help with the stage settings, as well
as to the advertisers in the sourenlr
program and the general public for
No Cards For "At Home"
With Mrs. Tener Wednesday
Mrs. John Kinley Toner will be "at
home" at the Executive Mansion Wed
nesday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock,
the only receiving day she will have
Mrs. Henry McCormlck and Miss
Jennie Dull will preside in the tea
room, with Mrs. William 13. McCaleb,
Mrs. Francis Jordan Hall and Miss
Elise Haldeman assisting. No cards
are issued for these informal recep
Friday evening the Governor and
Mrs. Tener are giving a dance at the
Executive Mansion, which will be at
tended by many of the younger set as
well as the older dancing contingent.
The Updegrove Orchestra will play.
to Speak at Zion Church
The Rev. David Bosio who will ad
dress a meeting at Zion Lutheran
Church, Saturday evening, February
7, on the "Struggles of the Work of
the Waldensian Church," was born in
San Qermano, in the heart of the
Waldensian Valleys, and educated In
Florence, receiving degrees from the
University of Florence and the Wal
densian Seminary, too. He served with
honor in the Italian army, and his
experience enables hml to do a great
work along civil and religious lines in
Rome and Palermo.
Bishop Greer, of New York, presi
dent of the Waldensian Aid Society,
invited Dr. Bosio to visit this country
and tell of his work and his people.
Patriot Employes Hold
Annual Banquet at Bolton
Employes of the Patriot held their
annual banquet at the Hotel Bolton
Saturday night. From cellar to roof
of the Patriot plant every department
In order to erase all lines of au
thority from the event, every one of
the forty-seven guests wore overalls
and tissue paper caps. The big fea
ture of the evening was a "Baby Edi
tion" of the Patriot, burlesquing the
morning sheet. Individuals and de
partments were made the butt of
many a joke in a good-natured way.
While an orchestra played everybody
Miss Florence Miller
Honor Guest at Cards
vi?s Florence Catherine Miller, a
t r" <>lect, *was guest of honor Satur
day fternoon at an informal card
party, with Mrs. Helen Cruikshanlc
Brown hostess at her home, 706 Capi
Miss Mabel Wolbert and Miss Caro
line Strohm were the prize winners
and there was a corsage bouquet of
violets and orchids forveach guest.
In attendance were Miss Miller, Mrs.
Ralph Riegle, Miss Katharii# Strayer,
Miss Wolbert, Miss Strohm, Miss Ethel
Bratton, Mrs. T. B. Rockafeller, Mrs.
M. B. Miller. Mrs. George Kehr, Mrs.
Alexander, David Horn, Miss Caroline
A butterfly dance will be held Wed
nesday evening, February 4, by the
Ladies' Auxiliary of Division No. 1,
Ancient Order of Hibernians, in Or
pheum Hall, Steelton, for the benefit
of "sweet charity." Dancing from 8.15
to 1.30 o'clock. Music by the Weiger
MARRIKD IN READING
Miss Ella Blymllne, of Reading, and
A. F. Shellhammer, of Riverside, were
quietly married at Reading, January
26, by the Rev. Dr. Berger. The an
nouncement was made this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Shellhammer will go to
housekeeping in this city.
Central High Notes
of Timely Interest
Miss Helen Clymer Strayer, a for
mer member of the class of 'ls, is
attending. Miss Seller's school. Miss
Strayer is buslnees manager of the
Seller paper, the Cricket.
The February number of the Argus,
which came out on Friday, is now on
sale. No one should fail to obtain a
copy, as this issue contains notes that
should be of interest to every student.
Miss Naomi Bevard, of the class of
'ls, who was recently operated upon
for appendicitis at the Harrisburg
Hospital, has returned to her home,
1323 Green street. Miss Bevard. who
is rapidly recovering, expects to re
sume her studies before many weeks.
On Friday mprning Dr. Samuel
Hamilton, of Allegheny county, will
address the students of the school and
the school teachers from all parts of
the State at the chapel exercises.
Other talks will be given by Dr. F. E.
Downen, superintendent of schools of
this city, and Andrew Smith. Dr.
Hamilton Is well known for his inter
esting and helpful talks of former
years and both the faculty and the
students are looking forward to hear
lgn him with much pleasure. Special
music will be provided for under the
direction of Professor Rose. On Fri
day morning the chapel exercises will
begin at 9.15. Parents and the stu
dents of the afternoon session are cor
OF WEDNESDAY CLUB
Celebrated Polish Pianiste Mme.
Szumowska Will Play at
M MV- SZrjl ( A
The Wednesday Club has the pleas
ure of announcing an artists' concert
for to-morrow evening at fahnestock
Hall, featuring Mme. Antoinette Szu
mowska. the celebrated Polish pian
iste, and Miss Mildred Faas, of Phila
delphia, soprano. All classes of mem
bers are privileged to attend. Tickets
for the general public are sl.
Miss Fass sang last October with
Mme. Schumann-Heink at the Bangor
and Portland (Maine) music festival,
scoring a great success. Mme. Szu
mowska will arrive in the city this
evening and during her stay will be
the guest of a former pupil, Miss
Laura K. Appell, at 1103 North Sec
Ihe concert program includes: Fan
tasle in D Minor, Mozart; Pastorel,
Scarlatti; Caprlccio, Scarlotti; Caprice
on Alceste, Gluck-St. Saens, Mme.
Szumowska; "Widmung," Schumann;
T , ~ k ß ndman," Schumann; "Die
? P r ?.! e, T, Schubert; "Des Jungen Hede
r »' Hermann, Miss Faas; Ballade
I'tL < T 1 Ma j° r - Chopin; Berceuse,
Chopin; Etude. Chopin; "Valse Bril
liante, Chopin, Mme. Szumowßka;
Long Ago, Sweetheart Mine," McDow
ell; "The Swan Bent Low," McDowell
'lhe Sacred Fire," Russell; "To a
Messenger," La Forge. Miss Faas;
Cracovienne," Paderewski; Serenade,
Schubert-Liszt; "Hark, Hark, the
Lark, Schubert-Liszt, Mme. Szu
mowska; "A Song of India," Rimsky
Korssakow; "The.Dove," Kurt Schind
ler; 'Aione on the Housetops," Tod
Galloway; "Red, Red Rose," Cottonet,
Miss Faas; Rhapsody No. 6, Liszt,
Descendants of Huguenots
to Organize Chapter
A local chapter of the "Descendants
of the Huguenots" will be organized in
Central Pennsylvania dprlng the
coming month. Professor E. J. De
cevee chairman at the committee on
organization requests that all persons
jf French Huguenot descent in direct
line send their names to dis address
607 North Second street, Harrisburg,
Membership is extended to descend
ants of Huguenot families which emi
grated to America prior to the pro
mulgation of the Edict of Toleration
November 28, 1787.
The objects of the society are to
perpetuate the memory and to l'oster
and promote the principal events in
the history of the Huguenots and to
collect and preserve all existing docu
ments, monuments .etc., relating to
tho genealogy or history of the Hu
guenots of America.
Lots of Merrymakers
at Miss Logan's Party
Mrs. John A. Logan arranged a sur
prise party in honor of her daughter.
Miss Esther Logan, the guests spend
ing a pleasant evening, at their home,
Fenn street, t The rooms were
decorated in pink with Spring flowers
prevailing in the floral display. Games,
musical numbers by George Eyster,
and a supper were features of pleas
The guests included: Miss Amy Lu
ther, Miss Catherine Doll, Miss Bessie
Bixler, Miss Elby Luthiser, Miss Ruth
Hagey, Miss Elizabeth Tompson, Miss
Myrtle Snyder, Miss Allie June, Miss
Violet Mitchell, Miss Mary Hagey,
Miss Mary Shepley and Miss Esther
Logan. George Eyster, George Free,
lsaic Boyles, Albred Logan, George
Weaver, Paul Yeager, John Splcer,
George Logan, Daniel Yarnal, Edward
Smith, John Walker, Alfred Frank,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Logan.
Walter Witman's Class
Entertained at Home
The Sunday school class of Walter
Wltman in the Christ Lutheran
Church was entertained at his resi
dence, and a formal organization ef
The officers include: President,
Howell Weldenmyer; vice-president,
George Geistwhite; secretary, Chester
Bricker; treasurer, Coryle Eardly; li
brarian, William Hoerner.
Refreshments and music were en
joyed by Chester Bricker, George
Geistwhite. Wilbur Obers, Kenneth
Boyer, Earl Richwine, George Stouf
fer, Howell Weldenmyer, Edgar Fair
William Hoerner, Coryle Eardley.
J. K. C. CLUB MEETS
Miss Marie Moretz, of 1942 State
street, entertained the J. K. Ok Club
Saturday evening. In attendance were
the Misses Elizabeth Bayman, Vir
ginia Bayman, Iva Neff, Ella Myers
Opal McCanns, Lucy Teahl and Anna
Layman; Mrs. H. M. Cresswell. Mrs
D Neff, Mrs. C. D. Moreta.
TAKEN FROM LIFE
E. S. Martin says:
"One would think that Boston
would produce a morning paper
like the Springfield Republican,
intelligent, orderly, handsome; a
paper firmly established with tra
ditions, independence, influence
and a record; a fountain of culture
and a means of public education.
There is no such morning paper in
No, but there is in Philadelphia—
the Public Ledger.
For Calvin R. Stoner
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stoner arranged
a surprise party for the sixteenth
birthday anniversary of their son, Cal
vin R. Stoner.
Saturday evening the young man
was most- agreeably surprised by calls
from a number of his friends at his
home at Mount Zion.
There were games, contests, music
and refreshments to while away the
In attendance were Miss Irene Ben
nett, of Harrisburg; Misses Rebecca
Stoner, Susie Bruaw, Edna Anderson,
Annie Sheaffer, Verha Strominger,
Lottie Anderson, Cledith Strominger,
May Hale, Mabel Drawbaugh, Lena
Gardner, Sarah Strominger, Ethel
Leach, Alice Guigley, Hazel Hale,
Mary Bruaw, Edna Hess. Margaret
Rheam, Florence Hale and Arville
Sheaffer, Calvin Stoner, Arthur Bruaw,
Walter Drawbaugh, Hassler Bruaw,
George Stoner, Ira Sheaffer, Raymond
Leach, Stewart Leach, Harry Holtz
man, Dan Rheam, Chester Greenileid,
Wendell Rheam, Samuel Strominger,
Charles Gear. Arthur Kintz, Nathan
Kinsie, John Miller, Myrl Quigley,
Jacob Miller, Charles Hale, Landis
Hale, David Miller. Martin Runkle,
Paul, Ray, Victor, Kathryn and Ruth
Stoner and Mr. and Mrs. Stoner.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaither
Entertaining at Bridge
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hugus Gaither
and Miss Anna Gay Bradley will en
tertain at ten tables of bridge this
evening at their residence, 205 South
Front street, with many of the promi
nent society set in attendance.
The house lends Itself well to deco
cations and the floral display this
evening will be most attractive. In
the drawing room there will be palms
and ferns, with baskets of Pink Kil
larney roses, stevla and maidenhair
and potted primroses, and hyacinths.
A color scheme of yellow will prevail
in the library and dining room with
Spring flowers, jonquils, fresia and
narcissus In gold baskets.
A buffet supper will follow the
SUSIE HOVER'S BIRTHDAY
A delightful birthday party was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Hoyer, near Steelton, for their small
daughter, Susie Hoyer. Games, music
and refreshments werfe features of
pleasure. In attendance were the
Rev. R. L. Meisenhelder. the Misses
Marie White, Evelyn White, Erma
Swartz, Nellie Dolan, Gertrude Suther,
Gladys Angstadt and Vera Mcßride,
John and Susie Hoyer, Miss Marie
Smith, Mrs. Naomi Spickler, Mr. and
FIRE CO. AUXILIARY TO DANCE
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Sus
quehanna Fire Company will hold a
dance at Winterdale Wednesday even
ing, February 11. Dancing from 8.30
to 11.30 o'clock.
MRS. BAIR'S GUESTS
Mrs. St. David Bair entertained the
ladies of the W. L. M. C. in delightful
fashion at her residence, 2118 North
Sixth street. A pleaaant social even
ing closed with a buffet Bupper.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Wilbar and
son Charles, of Philadelphia, are vis
iting Mrs. Wilbar's mother, Mrs. John
Schmidt, at 209 Chestnut street.
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HUNDREDS OF WOMEN
nowadays are entering the profes
sions or business world and go to
work day after day in bad health, af
flicted with some female ailment,
dragging one foot wearily after the
other, working with an eye on the
clock, and wishing for closing time
to come. |
Women in this condition should
take Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound, made from roots and
herbs. It brought health and
happiness to more women in America
than any other remedy. Give it a trial.
F7 C. NEELY, UNDERTAKER
has removed his parlors from 91S N.
Third St. to 908 N. Second St.
GIVE FREEDOM PARTY
FOR MISS CHUM
Twenty-first Birthday Is Happily
Celebrated With Social
The twenty-first birthday of Miss
Pearle Condran was happily celebrated
Saturday evening at the residence of
Dr. A. L. Shope, Second and Hamilton
streets, the merrymaking taking the
form of a "freedom party."
A late supper ,wos served (to the
Misses Pearie Condran, Vera Miller,
Erina Henry, Ruth Schell, Marie Snell,
Jane Kline, Isabella Smith, June
Wood. Kathryn Schaffer, Florence
Shoop, Bertha Reed, Violet Condran,
Ella Schaffer and Temperance Straub,
Ira Rlshel, Robert Rohrer. Earl Mltz
ler, Mervin Chubb, Parker Heitig,
William Hocker, Ray Dank, Henry
Heltig, Harry Black, John Miller, Rus
sel Boughter, James Derrick, Ivan
Nye, Charles. Gottschail, Russell' Con
dran. Mrs. F. R. Bollinger. Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. Sood and daughter, Dr.
and Mrs. A. L. Shope, the Misses Ruth
and Tabitha Shope, Mrs. J. H. Con
dran, Mrs. Edward Hocks and Mrs. J.
ITCHED FOR 20
CURED IN 10 DAYS
Baltimore, Md., July 10, 1913.
"About twenty years ago both my
legs began to itch from ankle to knee.
Little pimples came out. The itch
ing and burning was something ter
rible. I would start to scratch and
could not stop. I would even scratch
through the skin and that of course
would leave a sore which I was com
pelled to bandage.
"I tried several prescriptions, and
treatments, but received not a par
ticle of benefit—no. more than if the
treatments were cold water. I then
began to have very little faith In any
thing and of course could do noth
ing but scratch away.
"After suffering constantly for
twenty years, a friend recommended
Reslnol Soap and Reslnol Ointment.
From the very first application, I
found relief, and was entirely cured
in ten days. The itching and sting
ing sensations have ceased and my
skin Is as smooth as a child's."
(Signed) Charles Warner, 1123 N.
Physicians have prescribed Resinol
for eighteen years and every druggist
sells Resinol Soap (25c), and Resinol
Ointment (50c and $1). Don't be do
ceived by the useless "substitutes"
which a few unscrupulous dealers of
fer. For free trial, write to Dept.
87-R, Reslnol, Baltimore, Md.—Ad
MERCHANTS A MINERS TRANS. Co!
D-day trip, personally conducted to
Savannah. Jacksonville and St. Asiui.
including transportation, meals and
stateroom accommodations on steamer,
hotel accommodations, drives, etc.
Leave Baltimore on New S. S. Somer
set. Monday, February 16. For itiner
ary. reservations, etc., address W. P.
Turner. P. T. M.. Baltimore, Md.
Non-greasy Toilet Cream keeps
the skin soft and velVety in rough
weather. An exquisite toilet prep
GORGAS DRUG STORES
10 N. Third St* and P. R. H. Station
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This Week at
My tailoring establishment will
bo closed until next Friday, the 6th,
as X will be in Now York for a
week to see the original Parisian
models on exhibit with the leading
On my return I will have a com
plete line of the newest and most
exclusive materials for spring and
summer, and copies of the most ap
proved models Ort display.
621 N. Second St.
MAHK OF Iw|M EVKHY
QUALITY MtJ if UAIMIKM'
YOUR EYES rnrr
153.50 is what any
optician or eye
ask you for a
pair of these
tacles with rims
We will exam
ine your eyes and
fit you with a
pair of glasses
that you can see
to read the finest
print or thread
the finest needle.
Come In and
see us now.
Special prices oVi Toric or
Prescription Lenses. No drops
RUBIN & RUBIN
Ilarrisburg's Leading Eye Spe
820 MARKET STREET
Open Wednesday and Saturday
2nd floor. Bell Phone 2020W
Dr. B. S. Behney
202 Locust Street
BELL PHONE 1814
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Dr. Wm. P. Clark
lelO NORTH THIRD STREET
Office Hours: 9 a, m. to 1 p. m.
2 p. m. to S.SO p. in.
Pictorial Review Patterns
Spring Fashion Book
H. J. FORMWALT
1807 North Third Street
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