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Go to Sporting Hill
A sleighing party from West Fair
view spent a delightful evening at the
home of Mr. and Airs. Benjamin Er
ford, of Sporting Hill. Gaines were
played und a supper was served.
In attendance were Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Shaull. Mr. ami Mrs. Nelson
Shaull, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weber, Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Bair, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Mummer, Mrs. Melvin Craw
The Misses Catherine Erfurd. Eliza
beth Warren. Mary Weber and Mabel
Shaull, C. H. Erford, Harold Erford
and Wilson Lilly.
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BLOUGH REST RIM
MS NEW EIOU
Next Monday's Concert Will In
clude Song by The Presi
A recent addition to tlie restroom
of the Blough Manufacturing Com
pany, at Reily and Fulton streets, is
a handsome new Victor-Victrola, with
quantities of delightful records. These
give pleasure to the employes every
J day at the noon hour.
On Mondays Miss Alice A. Gray
don has charge of the noon meeting,
when from 40 to 50 girls gather to
sing old songs. Next Monday Mrs.
Roy G. Cox will sing and will bring
with her a Vlctrolla record made by
Miss Margaret Wilson, the President's
daughter, called "My Laddie." Both
Mrs. Cox and Miss Wilson are pupils
of Ross David, of New York, and
have frequently appearod together In
Every Friday Miss Ella Stltt, gen
eral secretary of the Young Women's
Christian Association, has charge of
the Blough Club meeting, bringing
with her special music and a speaker,
j usually one of the local ministers.
Mrs. Camber Surprised
on Birthday Anniversary
Mrs. William H. Gamber was given
. a surprise party last night at the home
lof her daughter, Mrs. Edward Lynn
i Weaver, 345 Emerald street, by her
The evening was spent in dancing
! and cards, after which luncheon was
I served. The table appointments were
] a basket of fruit with electric light
| birds twined in and out, and silver
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Gamber, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.
' Schlosser, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dean, Mr.
! and Mrs. Edward Lynn Weaver, Mr.
land Mrs. William H. Gamber, Jr., Miss
: Joan Gamber, Miss May Slothour, John
■ Shook, John Gamber, Miss Caroline
' Kessick, Miss Helen Gamber, Milton
| Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cunkle.
Miss Susanne Schlosser, Miss Mar
! guerlte Gamber. Jaek Graham Wea
! ver. Warren Weaver and Miss Anna
; Isabel Gamber.
! Many birthday presents were re
i ceived by Mrs. Gamber.
Mrs. 11. C. Totvnsend, of 2127 North
j Fourth street, has gone to Philadel
i phia to attend the funeral of Iter
1 mother, Mrs. S. C. Freeman.
! Air. and Mrs. James Means Fair, of
I Altoona, were week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph M. Means, a't 218
Mrs. John Wet/.el Jacobs, of 1803
j State street, is spending several days
j In Philadelphia.
CURRENT EVENTS CLASS.
The Current Events Class at the Y.
j W. C. A, which was said at the an
: nual meeting to be the largest Y. W.
i C. A. class in the world, will close Its
sessions on March 31st. For the five
remaining meetings, members will be
privileged to bring friends if they so
desire. The class meets as usual with
I Mrs. Jones on Tuesdays at the Y. W.
C. A. from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock.
! MRS. JOSEPH SWEIGERT
GIVES FIVE HUNDRED PARTY.
Mrs. Joseph W. Sweigert of 32
South Third street, entertained at five
i hundred. Friday afternoon.
The guests included Airs. Wm. Lehr,
i Airs. Elmer Richwine, Airs. Wm. Le
i Van, Airs. Geo. King, Mrs. Steward
I Hillyard, Airs. Glen Allison, Airs.
! Frank Hutter, Airs. Ernest Mack, Airs.
1 Eshelman, Airs. Ed. .Meyers, Steelton;
i Aliss Alary Westfall, Carlisle.
Celebrate Tin Wedding
of Mr, and Mrs. Gorgas
The tenth wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dale Gorgas was hap
pily celebrated by a surprise party and
shower of gifts at their home, 1124
North Front street.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gorgas arrang
ed the event for their son and his
wife, and Airs. Arthur Davis, of Pen
brook played the same wedding mu
sic that she gave at the marriage ten
years ago. Aiiss Helen Aungst played
a piano solo, and Harry Shatto, of
Camp Hill, and George Aungst, of Pen
brook sang a duet.
Refreshments were served late In the
evening to the relatives and a few
Intimate friends who comprised the
Mrs. Wallower's Class
Holds Social Session
Mrs. Robert Wallower entertained
her Sunday school class of the Fourth
Street Church of God at her home, 417
Cumberland street. Allss Sue Groff. the
president, gave an interesting talk on
the class work and a brief business
session vas followed by a social and
In attendance were Miss Groff, Aliss
Anna Winger, Miss Anna Dugan, Aliss
Gottschall Mw. John Dugan, Airs.
James Stephens, Airs. William Rein
del!, Mrs. S. H. Pressler and Airs. Wal
Win Guessing Contests
at the Cline Party
Winners of the prise contests at the
party given by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L.
Cline, of 1117 Bartlne street, were Mrs.
Philip Arnold and Mrs. A. H. Charles.
Alusic and games preceded a buffet
supper, served to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Urich, Aliss Winifred Jones, Airs. A. H.
Charles, Mrs. Philip Arnold, Lewis
.lones. Aliss Irene Lehman, Air. and
Airs. S. C. Cline.
IIEAR DR. BRECKENRIRGE
IN HER SUFFRAGE SPEECH.
Dr. Sophonisba Breckenridge of the
University of Chicago who will speak
in this city on Alarch 21st in Fahne
stock Hall, under the auspices of tho
Central Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage
Association, was the first woman ad
mitted to the bar in the State of Ken
tucky. She passed a brilliatn examin
ation. but before she had practiced
long, she was offered a position in the
University of Chicago and has been
connected with that institution ever
No admission will be charged to this
lecture and every one. both men and
women should seize this opportunity
of hearing one of the most talented
women of tho country.
MRS. MERCUR TO MARRY
COUNT BIANCHI OP ITALY.
The Rev. W. O. Houck and Airs.
Houck of Carlisle, announce tho en
gagement of their daughter, Mrs.
Robert Sayre Alercur to Count Adolpho
Docchi Bianchi of Sienna, Italy.
* Airs. Alercur has just returned from
Lausanne, Switzerland, where she
spent several months, and Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. William T. Hlldrup,
109 South Front street. Count
Adolpho Docchi Bianchi is the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. Henry AI. Stine, 21
South Front street.
MISS LONGENECKER ENGAGED.
Captain and Airs. Edward Longe
necker of Wernersville, announce the
engagement of their younger daughter,
Aliss Caroline Haldeman Longenecker,
to Walter Datib of Pottstown. No
date is set for the marriage..
PLEASURE TRIP ENDS.
Air. and Airs. F. W. Greene, of 1510
State street, have returned from New
York and Philadelphia, after a week's
business and pleasure trip.
TIIIMItLE TEA HOSTESS.
Airs. Edward L. Groff gave an in
formal thimble tea Saturday after
noon, at her residence, 203 Reily
street, in compliment to Airs. Helen
Fox, of Altoona. who Is visiting in
the city. Ten ladles spent a pleasant
time with Airs. Groff and her guest.
WOMAN'S BEAUTY NO SECRET
It all lies in the care she bestows
upon herself and in keeping at bay
those dread ills peculiar to her sex.
The flashing eye, the elastic step and
the clear complexion never accompany
organic troubles. The distressed ex
pression, lassitude, headaches and
mental depression are only the tell
tale symptoms. Women so troubled
should take Lvdia K. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, that simple remedy
made from roots and herbs and res
tore their health to a normal condi
Ladies' Spring Suits
$18.50 to $35
From Your Own Material, 910.00
Siewert Pattern, f.atcnt Models,
16 North Fourth Street
Opposite 4th Street Churcli of God
Bell Phone -12011
IT IS A SIGN THAT YOU
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RUBIN OPTICAL PARLOR, and
have your eyes examined and
tilted with the m
glasses. Here Is the placefl*
where you will get !%■
thorough Scientific Kxam. a l\H
lnatlon. A trial Is all youYl
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satisfaction. Glasses fit- M
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No drops used.
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Seeoail Fiver. Ilell Phone 20U«W
'•pen Wed. mid Sat. Etenlac*
<SEK IS A>l> SEE BKTTER)
OF WEDNESDAY CLUB
American Mnsic Is Subject of the
Program For Fourth of
Tlie program for a working musicale
of tho Wednesday Club, Wednesday
morning at 10.SO a'clock, will consist
of "American Music.'
The following numbers will be pre
"Fantasy," Whiting, Mrs. l>ent L.
Weaver, Mrs. Keller; (a> "My Heart
is Sair," Gilchrist, (b) "Slumber
Song," Wood, (c) "Forgetfulness,"
Douty, Miss Middaugh: "Prelude
No. 2," Huss, Miss Strayer; "Come
Live With Me," Foote, Mrs. Decevee,
Mrs. Hertzler; "Romance," Mrs.
Beach, Miss Sara Lemer; (a) "Green
Kiver," Carpenter, (b) "Looking
Glass River," Carpenter, Mrs. Harris;
"Valse de Concert," Lu Forge, Miss
Snavely; (a) "Lullaby," Margaret
Rutliven Lang, (b) "Gipsy Daisies,"
Huntington-Woodman, Mrs. Bum
baugh, Mrs. Hull, Miss Middaugh; (a)
"The Time of May," (b) "Come Into
the Garden, Love," Mary Turner
Salter, Mrs. Bumbaugh; "Etude de
Concert," MacDowell, Mrs. Harnish;
chorus, (a) "The Fairy Queen,"
Goepp, (b) "Summer Wind," Mac-
Dowell, the Wednesday Club Chorus,
Miss Ruth S. Conkling, leader.
PLEASURE TRIP SOUTH
James G. M. Bay, of 9 North Fifth
street, and W. C. Brown, of 1630 North
Third street, a railway conductor
have started for a three weeks' trip
to Florida. They will stop at Jack
sonville, St. Augustine, Daytona, Tam
|pa and St. Petersburg. Returning
I they will visit points of interest at
[ Atlanta, Ga., and Richmond, Va.
SIX WEEKS IX EUROPE
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Anderson Hickok,
of 119 West State street, with their
daughter, Miss Jane Hickok, and Miss
Sarah Fullerton Hastings, expect to
sail for Europe the last of March to
spend six weeks in sightseeing.
Miss Annie C. Reel returned to Bal
timore to-day after spending three
weeks among old friends in this city.
Miss Nelle High lias gone to Toledo
after visiting Mrs. Samuel C. Todd of
the Etter apartments.
Mrs. George B. Kunkel, of Locust
street, is home from Washington, D.
C., where she visited Mrs. James I.
Chamberlin, who is spending the Win
Miss Sara Denehey, of North Front
street, has returned from Palmerton,
Pa., where she visited her aunt. Mrs.
George E. Loveland for rtvo weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Ely, of North
Front street, gave a sleighing party
Saturday for their children with fifteen
guests in attendance.
Miss Elizabeth Ilinnenkamp, of South
Eighteenth street, is in the city after
an extended Western trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman D. Gilbert, Mr.
and Mrs. Spencer C. Gilbert were week
end guests at the Bellevue-Stratford,
Mrs. Theodore Mead, of New York
City, who was formerly Miss Ruth
Fahnestock, of this city, is visiting Mis 3
Fannie Dlehl, at 225 Briggs street.
Miss Margaret Moore, a nurse at the
Keystone Hospital, is improving after
being confined to bed witli an attack of
grip. Miss Moore has been off duty
for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman S. Spencer and
small daughter, Esther, have gone home
to Philadelphia after a brief visit
; among relatives in town.
Miss Jean Matthews and her sister,
Miss Cassie Matthews, left for their
home in Pittsburgh to-day after spend
ing two weeks among Harrisburg rela
Mrs. S. E. Ellenberger, of 239 North
[ Fourth street, has gone to Richmond,
\ a., to spend some time with her niece,
i Mrs. 11. L. Mears.
Mrs. Marl in E. Olmsted and daugh
ter, Jliss Gertrude Howard Olmsted
spent the week-end In Philadelphia.
Miss Helen Burleigh, of Wllliamsport,
Is visiting Mrs. Prank W. Leidy, at 911
South Twenty-first street.
Miss Bertha Seller, of Uoas street, is
spending the week in New York City
attending the millinery openingrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Heel, of 400 Cres
cent street, are removing to VVormleys
burg, this week.
Miss Pearl Ellenberger, of '039
North Fourth street, is spending sev
eral days In Baltimore and Washing
ton. ,D. C.
IN HONOR OF MISS (ROW
Miss Mary F. Crow, of Coatesville,
was guest of honor Saturday evening
at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs
Wilmer Crow at their residence, 1512
Green street. Scarlet-shaded can
delabra lighted the table and the
guests were Air. and Mrs: James Pearl
of I'axtang; Miss Amanda L. Crow
Mis. Ella Darby, Miss Mary Crow, Ed
win D. Crow, Mr. and Mrs. Crow.
Big Sewer Ordinance
May Go in Tomorrow
An ordinance providing for the con
struction of more than fifty sewers
to be paid for from the SIOO,OOO loan,
and another establishing the position
of city bacteriologist and abolishing
the department of meat and milk in
spection, will likely be among the new
measures offered in City Council to
The case of W. H. Shuman, ap
pointed a patrol chauffeur, will be dis
posed of and it is probable that his
name will bo withdrawn. Charges had
been preferred against Shuman by the
Mayor. Commissioner H. F. Bowman
lof the department of public safetv,
| expects to submit the water depart
ment budget* Council will meet Wed
nesday afternoon with the Chamber
| of Commerce to consider amendments
Ito the new city license tax measure.
TO DISCUSS MOVIES
An educational moving picture show
and a discussion of the use and abuse
of moving pictures will be the attrac
tion to-morrow night at the monthly
j meeting of the Parent-Teacher Asso
jciatton of the Cameron school build
ing. One of the patrons has secured
| the services of a "movie" man who
will demonstrate the educational uses
'of the machine, and will run off sev
, eral high grade films. A general dis
cussion of the use and abuse of mov
j ies will follow tho demonstration.
Dr. Jesse Lenlter ana Mrs. I.enker,
of 402 North Second street, announce
the birth of twin daghters. Baturday,
February 28, 1914.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Drum, of 803
Kellcer street, announce the birth of
a daughter, Madelyn Adele Drum, Fri
day, February "7, 1914. Mrs. Drum
was formerly Miss Kuth McCutcheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K. Thurston,
,of Brooklyn, announce the birth of a
( son. James Kenny Thurston, Tliurs
i day, February 2P. 191-1. Air. and Mrs.
Thurston were former Harrisburgei•?.
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lfe Ha * ASTRICH'S A : y " at j
ZbC O? 1 Account of the
g ' Blizzard
| Monday's Sale Prices Will Be |
| Continued AH Day Tuesday t
1O t Any Black Silk Velvet Hat f |
mW n the store. Splendid shapes, test velvet, va'ues /F - 3
[ $1.50 to $3.00. Your c' oice o-day, 1 I
|C A Any Hatter's Push Hat £jf| a
DUC IN THE STORE " DUC il
[ Your unlimited choice to-day, J
| |*A Any Ve!ourHat«4ny Clipped Be> |
3 DUC ver flat—Any Fur Braver Hat DUC *
| Any Trimmed Winter Hat §
tS #lj 1 (Excepting Plume Hats, Lace Hats or * ■ i
Velvet Turbans) Your choice to-day . . j
=£ Notice-Ostrich Fancies, Flowers, Bands, Plumes
Stick-ups and Other Millinery Trimmings will be sold at Last Monday's Special Frices. j|2
See the Red Tickets on Every Table This Tuesday S
ASTRICH'S ASTRICH'S ASTRICH'S ASTRICH'S ASTRICH'S ASTRICH'S
Shower of Kitchenware
For Mr. and Mrs. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Ross, Jr., ar
ranged a bridal shower Saturday even
ing at their homo on Susquehanna
street for Mrs. Ross' brother, John
Clark and his brtde, who were married
at Hagerstown recently. Music, dancing
and games were features of pleasure
and a late supper was served. The
table appointments were of pink with
Spring flowers in the centerpiece.
The guests included: Mr. and Mrs.
J. «. Fleck, Miss Ruth Fleck. Mrs. Wil
liam Jones. Miss Jennie Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey RebUck, Miss Mildred Re
buck, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ross, Miss
Mary Ross, Mrs. Wesieys Towsend, sons
Ross and Charles; Herbert Winters.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Snoddy and son
Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Rober Clark, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Plpp and daughter
Elizabeth. Mrs. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold, daughters Charlotte and Mary;
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoover, daugh
ter Eleanor; Miss Lena Sachs, Miss
Mary Paules,' Frank Arnold, Miss Em
ma Lau, Miss Marie Clark.
William GritnWood, Leonard Paules.
Harry Reigle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hoover, Miss Leah Salsberry, Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Winter, son Joseph and
daughter Myrtle; Mrs. David Hertzler,
Miss Ethel Frey, Mrs. Emma Rlnehart,
daughter Liilie; Mr. and Mrs. Har
vey Seigler, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bea
meran, daughter Blanche.
Each Guest Receives
a Washington Favor
Favors of hatchets and cherries wero
presented to the guests at Mrs. Annie
Smith's informal party, held at her
home, 2138 Moore street. The decor
ations of scarlet and white were vari
ed by a cherry tree in the center of
the supper table, laden with fruit as
well as blossoms. There was music by
Miss Helen Smith and songs by the
The party included; Mrs. Alice Mc-
Canna, Mrs. John Smith, Mrs. Anna
Keith, Mrs, George Bolton, Mrs. Anna
Robinson. Mrs. Frank Schindler, Mrs.
Edward McCord. Miss Margaret Smith,
Miss Helen Smith, Miss Florence
Smith, Miss Fannie Grive, Miss Mario
Smith, Harry Thrush. John Smith. Wil
liam G river, John Keith and James
MILLER - I>OWHO\VI:K EXGAUE
Mrs. Aaron Dov.hower announces the
engagement of her daughter. Miss
Grace Dowhower, 1 7 Evergreen street,
to Mr. John Miller, of .j"3 South Front
street, this city. Miss Powhowor is
employed as a clerk in the Postal
Telegraph Office, while Mr. Miller is
employed at the ticket ollice of the
Pennsylvania railroad. While the date
for the weddtnpr lias not yet been an
nounced, it is understood to be in the
SIMPLE REMEDY IS
The simple mixture of buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler
1-ka, the remedy which becamo fa
mous by curing appendicitis, is a great
favorite with Harrisburg people. Ad
ler-i-ka acts on BOTH the lower and
opper bowels and drains off such sur
prising amounts of foul matter from
the body., that A SINGLE DOSE re
lieves sour stomach, constipation and
gas on the stomach almost IMME
DIATELY. George A. Gorgas, drug
F. C.NEELY, UNDERTAKER
lias removed his parlors from itio N.
Third St. to D"S X. Second St.
MARCH 2. 1914,
POTTS' in three delicate scents, I
TTQQ Mary Garden, violet md
° Hlac. It cannot grow
COLD CREAM hair - 25c the jar.
For Sale by
j BOWMAN'S toilet goods department
GEO. C. POTTS, 3rd. & Herr Sts.
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FOR COLDS AND BODY RDILDINi
ather John's Medicine Treati
Colds and Builds Up the Body
/ Without Use of Alcohol or
dangerous Drugs.—A Doc«
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Absolute Truth of This Story
Attested by Guarantee to Give
j $25,000.00 to any Charitable Insti
tut'on Shown Otherwise.
Father John's Medicine is a doctor's ore*
tt|P|i|l i ' script ion.
Prescribed for the late Rev. Father JoK
| O'Brien, of Lowell, Mass., by his physicianj^"^
j Father John recommended this pre<^j A
his parishioners and friends ami yzf
became known as Father John's Ay y t£*
This story is true arj—^"ft * (i/
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Which kind do you burn?
Many persons burn Pea coal in the furnace
because the price per ton is less than Egg
But very often Pea coal is more expensive in the
Egg coal gives more heat and lasts much longer
for the same amount of coal.
Three shovels of Egg coal will usually last as
long as five shovels of Pea. Egg coal costs $6.45
and Pea coal costs $5.20.
We recommend Wilkes-Barre Egg coal
for hot air furnaces if you wajit a low fuel
Let us send you one bushel for trial? „ ;
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