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Attractive Spring Garments For
the Woman of
An unusually pretty and stylish collection of ladies' Spring suits and coats
awaits your inspection here, possessing all the individuality in fabric, model
and shade that is sought by the woman who wishes to be modishly dressed. New
arrivals daily provide a fresh new stock at all times from which to choose.
' NEW SPRING SUITS ) ' NEW SPRING COATS '
EXTRA SPECIAL —A lot of 11 all-wool jw? «?R iet r»«£ nrw?.® 9 ' an< *
serge suits in navy, black anil Copenhagen; '
linings of silk satin, new model, a special pur- JpO.S/O tO 3> 10.170
chase at a price for the lot. They are worth /
sls, brt in giving you the benefit of our price . Silk Moire ( oats in black and colors, silk
advantage you may take your choice price' W ° *22.50. Our sls 98
Velvet corduroy coats, silk lined, light colors
All-wool French Serge Suits in navy and worth $16.50. Our »iaqq
mahogany, silk satin lined; worth QQ price «I>lU.sJo
$16.50. Our price «p1U.570 i
Eponge Suits in navy, black, brown and ox- / - >
M*."™."" 1 .... $14.98 I SPECIAL—WAISTS
0,.., , _ Limited quantity of Ladies' waists in lin
penhagen silk lined• worth $27 50 ♦i n r\A Kerie> cre P e - marquisette and batiste; regular
Our prtce . $ ! $18.98 *I.OO values Special for Wednesday OA
p only, while they last
Plain and figured Crepe Suits in light and (Limit, one to a customer.)
dark shades; worth $lB to $28.50. Our prices, '
$14.98 to $20.98 OUTSIZE SUITS—SPECIAL
Other suits in serges, crepes, rep, worsteds, We make a specialty of Ladies' outsize suits
etc., in a wide variety of models and shades; in all-wool serge, navy and black, linings of
worth sl6 to S3O. Our prices Skinners' and Belding's guaranteed satin; sizes
35 to 55; worth $lB to $25. Our price,
$10.98 to $20.98 $12.98 to $17.98
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10-12 South Fourth Street
WED ON DAY SET ALTHOUGH BRIDEGROOM IS ILL
MR. AND MRS. JOHN RUTH
.: ™» ™«*«R of M ,s » Katharine Bretz. of 8 North Fifth street, and John Ruth, a brakeman in the emploj
of the Philadelphia and Reading Railway Company, took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock ill their newlv.
furnished house, 1607 Chestnut street, with the Rev. Dr. Jay C. Forncrook, of the Mac-lay Street Church of God
officiating. Only the immediate families were present at the service, but in the evening at 8 o'clock a wedding
Bupper was served to a number of invited guests. Mr. Ruth has been ill for two months, of rheumatism at his
boardinghouse, 1213 Market street, and as he and Miss Bretz were unwilling to postpone the marriage date ho
■waa removed Saturday in the ambulance to the new home, all ready to receive him. Feeling a little better vester
day, he was able to sit up for a while and then the ceremony was performed,
"DOPE" SELLER SENTENCED
Special to The Telegraph
Hollidaysburg, Pa., March 17. —j
Charged with making drug victims of
eight young men. Or. H. M. Weaver, j
a prominent druggist of Altoona, was:
to-day sentenced by the Blair county'
court to pay SSO fine and costs. This'
is the only .punishments provided by i
the Pennsylvania statutes. District I
Attorney M. D. Patterson condemned
the lax drug legislation of this State.
That Sore, Tight Chest
Try this clean, white, soothing oint
ment. See how quickly it brings re
MUSTEROLE does all that the old
fashioned mustard plaster used to do
in the days of our grandmothers, but
It does tt without the blister!
Doctors and nurses frankly recom
mend MUSTEROLE for Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, Croup, Stiff Neck, Asthma,
Neuralgia, Congestion, Pleurisy, Rheu
matism, Lumbago, Pains and Aches of
the Back or Joints, Sprains, Sore
Muscles, Bruises, Chilblains, Frosted
Feet— Colds of the Chest (it prevents
At your druggist's, In 2Be and BOc
Jars, and a special large hospital size
for $2.50. v
Accept no substitute. If your drug
gist cannot supply you, sfend 25c or BOc
to the MUSTEROLE Company, Cleve
land, Ohio, and we \. ill mail you a jar,
WILLIAM NIESB, Sacramento, Cali
Gentlemen: Enclosed please find P.
O. Money Order for $4.00 for which'
kindly send by return mall Jars of 50q
elze Musterole. This is jny third order
of Musterole, which speaks well of Its
merits. Our friends and' ourselves
would not willingly bo without It, as It
has saved doctor's expense many times,
MEN'S CLUB TO GO
First Annual Banquet of Stevens
Church Organization Leads to
Launching of Campaign
j "R f(1 C 111 ptlOn of
men" was the motto
adopted as the slo
gan of a campaign to
bring men into the
church launched last
/*4 . night at the final an
|jyj nual banquet of the
■n- men ' s club of B. F.
.'1 /All Stevens Memorial M.
E. Church, Thirteenth >
it-*! IVbxK* ant * Vernon streets.
The keynote of the
HkJTjQIIH work was sounded by
James W. Barker,
. president of the club
f T rr*" r i t and by the Rev. Dr.
Clayton Albert Smucker, D. D., pastor.
Each member of the club volunteered
to secure at least one new member for
the church and one for the Sunday
school during the year.
Previous to the banquet a reception
was held In the Sunday school rooms,
the officers of the club acting as the
receiving committee. Covers were laid
for 150 members.
The toastmaster was Mr. Barker
and the director of the singing was
Ross K. Berkstresser. Following ad
dresses by President Barker and the
Rev. Smucker, five minute addresses
were made by members of the club,
[each touching upon a special line gf
| work. Those who spoke: Charles H.
Hoffman, Warren VanDyke, A 1 K.
Thomas, John A. Affleck, F. B. Mus
ser, James M. Rebuck, Walter S.
Flshel, J. Harris Bell, D. R. Cadwal
lader, W. S. Reed, Dr. C. E. L. Keene,
Professor W. G. Hamilton and Wel
lington G. Jones.
Entertain Class. At the regular
monthly meeting of Holy Communion
Lutheran Bible class held at the home
of the Rev. and Mrs. John Henry
Miller, 206 South Thirteenth street,
I forty-six members of the Bible class
wore the guests of the pastor,
j Former /lon Pastor Dies—Word h»n
been received in thl* city of the death
yesterday In Baltimore, of the Rev. Dr
Joel Swartz, a former pastor of Zion
Lutheran Church, this city. He was In
bit, eighty-sixth yeur. l)r. Swartz is
survived by a widow and The
S p /„ ,J _ a 7 cl ' ( ' r served Zion Church here
I from IS 17 to 1881. He also filled
charges in Cincinnati and Philadelphia
and was connected with Wittenbure-
Theological Seminary at Springfield, O
Detroit Man to Talk
on Gingering Up Sales
Another interesting talker was
booked by the Harrisburg Chamber of
Commerce to-day. E. St. Elmo Lewis,
chairman of the sales managers' di
vision of the Detroit Board of Com
merce. will speak at the noonday
luncheon April 6 011 "Gingering Up the
sales For Us.
Mr. .Lewis is a writer for several
"wP 2 !" 68 - He is officially identified
with the Burroughs Adding Machine
Company, of Detroit, Mich., as sales
and advertising manager.
A WOMAN'S HEALTH
Every woman's health Is peculiarly
dependent upon the condition of her
blood. HOw many women suffer with
headache, pain in the back, poor ap
petite, weak digestion, a constant feel
ing of weariness, .palpitation of the
heart, shortness of breath, pallor and
nervousness? If you have ..y of the
symptoms, do not despair of getting
uetter but begin now, to-day, to build
up your blood with Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills. See how the nervous energy of
the body is restored as the blood be
comes pure and red and the entire
system is strengthened to meet every
demand upon It.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are useful
for all women but they are particu
larly valuable to girls of school age
who show symptoms of going Into a
decline, who become pale, nervous and
languid. These pills aid in securing
perfect development and health by
strengthening the system and purify
ing and building \}p the blood. Thin
blood during the growing years of a
girl's life usually means a fiat-chested
and hollow-cheeked womanhood.
There can be neither health nor beauty
without red blood which gives bright
ness to the eyes and color to cheeks
Write now to the Dr. Williams Medi
cine Co., Schenectady, N. y., for two
helpful booklets, "Plain Talks to Wo
men" and "Building Up the Blood."
YODIfG GIRLS ENJOY !
ST. PUCK'S PW
Misr Alice Louise Lescure Enter
tains on Her Twelfth
Mrs. William J. Lescure, of 803
North 'Second street, arranged a St.
Patrick's Day party this afternoon
for her daughter, Miss Alice Louise }
Lescure, who is celebrating her twelfth
While a general color scheme of
green and white was carried out in
the decorations, the drawing room
was brightened with baskets of pink
Killarney roses and white lilacs and
Spring flowers graced the diningroom,
where refreshments were served by
The young girls played games and 1
tried prize contests, afterward fishing
for quaint favors in a real pond. For
supper, green Irish caps were worn
and the place cards bore tiny Sham
rocks with pipes, hats and shillelahs i
The invitation list included the
Misses Nell Payne, Gladys Voorhies, |
Ellen Calder, Louise Hlckok, Annette ;
Bailey, Cecelia Kinkel, Katharine Bel- I
dleman, Suzanna Maguire, Elizabeth !
Darby, Harriet Oenslager, Martha J
Chadwick, Dorothea Davis, Virginia i
Bishop, Lydia Kunkel, Mary Cooper, |
Alice Virginia Cooper, Elizabeth Har
ris, Bessie Dell Claster, Mary Harris,
Dorothy Bushnell, Cecelia Tauslg,
Nancy McCullough, Elizabeth Leib,
Anna Jane McAllister, Elizabeth San
som, Gene Moses, Mary Emma Fisher i
and Mary Louise Hubley.
Mrs. Lescure was assisted in enter
taining by her sisters. Mrs. William
McClellan Ilain and Mrs. John Barr
Schlegelmilch Home a
Scene of Merriment
There was the Jolliest kind of an
old-fashioned carpet rag party held
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Schlegelmilch, Florin, with fifty-six I
guests in attendance. J. K. Freymyer j
was awarded a premium for sewing
the most rags in a given time. A late .
supper was served.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
S. S. Snyder, Mrs. Ida Myers, Miss
Ruth Myers and Charles Heuber, of
Elizabethtown; Mr. and Mrs. John
K. Freymyer and children, Roberta,
Emily and Blanche; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Freymyer and children, Naomi,
Elva and Marian; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Shoemaker, Mrs. J. H. Zellers, Miss
Jane Zellers, Mrs. J. J. Weidman, Miss
Sylvia Weidman, Mrs. J. F. Boyer,
Mrs. G. A. Geyer, Mrs. E. S. Moore,
Mrs. C. A. Wiley, Mrs. J. H. DUkeman,
Miss Ella Beamisdearfer, Mrs. J. D.
Easton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Raffensberger
and daughter, Elida; Mrs. A. Brene
man and daughter, Katharine; Mrs.
S. S. Stack, Mrs. P. Walters, Mrs. S.
Walters, Mrs. H. Eichler and sons,
John and Donald, and daughter,
Francis; Miss Edna Donnel, Mrs. J.
Dyer and daughter, Ruth; Mrs. Mary
Meyers, Mrs. Elizabeth Sites and
daughter, Amanda; Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Schlegelmilch and son, Frank;
Mrs. H. Musselman, Mrs. G. Vogle,
Miss Estella Wachstetter, Miss Fannie
Kline, Mis Annie Neniwig and Mrs.
An interesting temperance enter
tainment was held at Bressler in the
Methodist Episcopal church. The fol
lowing program was given: Music
by chorus of young ladies; prayer by
pastor; recitation, "A Yankee Doodle
Temperance." by Paul Frantz; duet
by Sarah Edwards and Julia Bolan,
"The Drunkard's Lone Child"; recita
tion, "The Liquor Traffic," by Russel
Frantz; solo, "Does This Railroad
Lead to Heaven," by Gladys Bolan;
recitation, "Francis E. Willard's
Pledge" by Cordelia Freeland; read
ing, Mrs. Violet Hollar Bolan; selec
tion by chorus of young ladies; recita
tion, "Your Offering," by Ethel Spons
ler; duet, Edna and Ruth Young; ad
dress, Harry Hoffman; solo, "The
Washington Pledge," Ellis Bolan; se
lection by young ladies' chorus.
Invitations have been issued for a
complimentary dance to be given in
Hanshaw's hall Friday evening, April
3. The committee in charge includes
the Misses Marguerite Yaple, Ruth
Beatty, Helen Rote, Verna G'sell and
RETURNS TO HOSPITAL
Miss Pearl E. Johnston, of 2329
North Sixth street, who recently un
derwent ah operation in a Philadel
phia hospital, has been compelled to i
return to that city for further treat-
DO YOU WANT I
Beautiful Things |
"IN YOUR HOME AT LOW COST I
Then Visit Fackler's Big Store on the Hill
I A very large stock of good dependable Furniture and Rugs
awaits your Inspection. If you intend furnishing that new hime
this is your store in which to secure the best, for the least money.
We have furnished many homes the past season, and all are well
satlstied customers which means this seafeon our greatest season. Let
! us demonstrate to you that you can depend on us to be a benefit in
making a selection for that home. Our prices are always conceded
to be the very best for the quality of goods. Remember we don't
handle sale goods. Nothing old in this stock to get rid of, everything
up to th? minute. We don't sell goods less than cost or at cost, but
Just a fair and reasonable profit.
*A large display of dining room furniture. All perfectly matched
suites in period and colonial designs.
9-plece all mahogany suite; Sheraton design only $150.00 j
10-piece solid mahogany ribbon inlaid suite, only $225.00
9-plece golden oak wax suite $108.50 |
j 9-piece golden oak wax suite $126.50 ' I
9-piece quartered oak suite $75.00 1
A very lar&e display of buffets, tables and dining chairs which ;
| will appeal to any one desiring first-class goods at low cost. I
See our line of bed room furniture in all woods and latest de- I I
signs at prices to accommodate every one.
| SEE US FOR WHITTALL RUGS |
j Every pne knows the value of these rugs. We carry a very largre
I stock. j
| FACKLER'S Sftgg j
HE GLOBE PRESENTS
A RARE EXHIBIT OF AUTHENTIC FASHIONS FROM ABROAD
We Are Pleased to Announce the Formal Opening and
J|p Presentation of Ladies' Coats and Wraps For
Spring- as Interpreted by the
JR LEADING PARIS CREATORS of FASHION
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, afKltf
JU MARCH 18th, 19th aid 20;k ||jpl|
We Respectfully Request Your Attendance
MURRAY BILL WILL CAUSE
DISCUSSIONS IX NEW YORK
Albany, N. Y., March 17.—The Mur
ray bill, which seeks to abolish the
State Athletic Commission and stop
all professional boxing exhibitions in
this State, is likely to provide some
lively scenes In the legislature. As
semblyman Martin G. McCue, of New
York city, in opening for the opposi
tion, declared that professional boxing
was the finest of manly sports.
The marriage is announced to-day of
Miss Aimee M. Danner, of Chicago, to
Bailey McLaughlin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lutlier McLaughlin, of 336 Reily
street, this city. The ceremony was
performed at the bride's home, Satur
day, March 14, 1914. Mr. hnd Mrs.
| McLaughlin will reside in Chicago.
Information for all
Would you like to know more about
a remedy for Lung Trouble which has
brought about many complete recov
eries? The makers of Eckman's Alter
ative are in receipt of many really won
derful reports, and will be pleased to
forward to you copies of original let
ters and also booklet on diet and prop
er care needed in recovering health. In
vestigate this case:—
IGI9 Susquehanna Ave., Phila., Pa.
"My Dear Sir: Fori two years 1 was
afflicted with hemorrhages of the lungs,
and in February of 1902, I was taken
with a severe attack of pheumonta.
When I recovered sufficiently to walk
about the house I was left with a fright
ful hacking cough, which no medicine
I had tken could alleviate. It was at
this time, March, 1902, that I started
taking Eckman's alterative. In a short
time my cough was gone and I was pro
nounced well. I cannot speak too high
ly for the good It has done."
(Signed) HOWARD L. KLOTZ.
(Above abbreviated; more on re
Eckman's Alterative has been proven
by many years' tost to be most effica
cious for severe Throat and Lung Af
fections. Bronchitis, Bronchial Asthma.
Stubborn Colds and in upbuilding the
system. Contains no narcotics, pols-1
ons or habit-forming drug's. Sold by j
leading druggists. Write the Eckmaii '
Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for book- 1
let telling of recoveries and additional 1
F.C. NEELY, UNDERTAKER
has removed his parlors from 912 N
Third St. to 908 N. Second St.
j PRESIDENT WILSON
GETS A HARD BUMP
Special to The Telegraph
! Nashville,. Tenn., March 17.—Ten
nessee Independent Democrats to-day,
; through action of their State executive
committee, endorsed Governor Ben W.
Hooper, Republican, for a third term,
rejected President Wilson's plea for
harmony in the State's politics and
called two State conventions to meet
on April 22, one in the morning and
the other in the afternoon.
Solve the High Price
Question Once For All
a The solution of making your money do all that it
ought to do to keep down your apparel expenses lies in
coming here. We have no costly fixed charges to cover
in our selling prices—that means lower cost to you. In
vestigate and solve your shopping troubles. Note these
Wednesday offerings: *
i THE CELEBRATED J. J. C. CO.'S 1
I SOLID GOLD-FILLED RINGS j]
FOB MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN, BABIES ; j
Every ring guaranteed to stand severe acid test and to wear 5 1
I years. Mountings guaranteed, and If lost replaced free of charge. I
Perfect replicas of "Lucky Opals"—Sapphires—Sardonyx—Garnets— I
Emeralds—Amethysts—Topaa—Brilliants—Birth Stones—Pearls— I
Signets—etc. Many Stones genuine. Come and inspect the wonder- ;
value lace curtains, full Wednesday special, ladies' 1_
width and size. Wednes- djl Oy| handkerchiefs, each *C
day, pair Ladies' new Easter tailored all-
New tailored suits. The season's wool, sergo suits, correct style coats,
best colors and black, sold else- Perfect fit, worth $12.50. dj"? on
where up to sls. Here QQ Wednesday, per suit .«P ' «01/
Wednesday Extra special, ladies' neck beads,
Reduced prices Wednesday, the newest colors and styles,
Men's blue serge, striped worsted n^
and corduroy pants; worth $1.50, 45/Cj ZOC| lUC
f 3 r o o° m palrß . to ? hoose 98c „ Another chance, 45-inch deep I
One' "lot of men's small" size kid fw'ss ery flouncln *. worth
gloves, formerly SI.OO pair. OC- 25c
Reduced Wednesday only. ..
Broken lots small size 25c w^° mP , erS; th - 29c
and 35c knee pants. Wed- If| _ ® y 19c
nesday special, pair. ...!.... lUC special . . . . . . ......
Ladies' new black silk hose, all J£°P * to J? 00 '
fec e t B, goods KartCr tOP ' PCr ' 25C etu'h Special ' . . tO . $ . .. 49c
Ladies' deep "embroidered" yoke I ,°^'v}, adie3 l fln6 ~ « tC
gowns with ribbon beading, real worth $l5O eloh blouses ' 98c
vulue 85c* Thi<! auip a ortn vLou, Gfl.cn
each........ ' 49c Extra special Wednesday, ladies'
Women's and Misses' new'white trim- J4c
dresses for evening wear and early t T ' "j ' "
Spring. Real value $lO */? QO Unmatchable Wednesday, wo-„
sl2 50 each «pt).oi/ men 8 50c and 59c shirred back
Girls' fancy plaid "dresses, worth bel V' siz « B J ,p
J&VKSr*! ." pecl ".. ,98c WJJ , .......... 25c
• 25c 49c
Wednesday, another chance, a few Ladies' new top coats, "the new
more silk messaline shirt waistZ y Spr Wol ' th
formerly $2.00 and $3.00 Each
each. Wednesday «/OC ftQ anrl fcT ftQ
Ladies' extra size, 89c shirt aild «P I
waists, up to 50-inch bust measure. Morning sales special up to 1
Special Wednesday CC_ P ni., men's hemstitched 01/ _
only .- DOC handkerchiefs £* /2C
Wednesday special, men's earn- lien's $3.50 and $4.00, ull-wool
pies, worsted pants; worth $1.50. pants. Special, Wednes- QQ
Wednesday only, rjQ day ipl.aO
Pair IJ/C Girls' dresses, new colors and
Wednesday special, ladies' $22.50 styles for Spring, Percales in as
and $25.00 new Spring suits, style sorted colors, made same as OC
and quality guaranteed. / q j 50c dresses. Special here. *«OC
Reduced Wednesday. .. «P A'i.O r Another chance Wednesday
Ladies' new Spring style dress morning sales up to ip. m., oq
skirts, correct Easter colors; values ladles' sweater coats .«<*/C
up to $7.50 and SB.OO. <t/l DQ Another chance, men's and young
Special Wednesday tpT'.OI/ menus'all-wool sweater coats; form-
Extra special, large size, white erly sold up to $1.49. Hero ACk*>
marseilles bed spreads worth CQ. Wednesday *r%/C
SI.OO. Wednesday OJ7C Extra special Wednesday, ladles'
Girls' up to 14 years, all wool 50c value corsets, perfect fit, made
serge dresses, worth »7Q with 4 hose supporters, all OQ.
$3.50, each sizes, up to 30-inch A27C
SMITH'S 412 Market Street
AFRICA'S HEAI/TH PROBLEMS
NOT SO GREAT AS PANAMA'S
By Associated Press
London, March 17.—Brigadier Gen
eral William Crawford Gorgas, sur
geon general of the United States
Army, arrived here to-day after a
three months' investigation of sanitary
conditions in South Africa. He de
clared that "the health problems ot
South Africa are by no means so com
plex or difficult as those successfully
met in the Panama Canal zone."