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Beautiiul New Spring Suits in a
Sale at Prices Almost a Half
Tho first few days of our sale brought a crowd of enthusiastic buy
ers. JJlttie wonder, for never have we offered I Ills early in the season
such ridiculous price cuts. But Spring has been a hit backward, we have
» few more suits than we want at this time of year, and to dispose of
them we have reduced prices that will win quick favor with every woman
who wants a new suit this Spring.
New Spring Suits
In a full range of fabrics in all shades and models, including serges,
ratines, shepherd checks, plan and figured crepe, silk and wool pop
lins, basket weaves, etc.
$lO to sl2 $£ AQ $lB to $22.50 .j q
Values ijfO.JO Values
sls to $16.50 d>lA fIQ $22.98 to $27.98 i j i>o
Values «pIU.S/0 Values il4.ifO
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Wednesday Special Wednesday Special
A lot of silk boot hose for A 'ot °f pretty new Spring
.. .. . _ .... lingerie waists, with lace and
ladies light colors, onl> , regu- embroidery trimmings; full
lar 29c value. Special 1 y SI,OO value. Wednes- /jq
Wednesday only, pair.... * • *» day special 'OS7C
10-12 South Fourth Street
There Is Nothing Like a Trip to
I know of no other vacation spot in
all the world that Is In any way simi
lar to Yellowstone. It is entirely dif
ferent and offers to the vacation seek
ers, weary of the sameness —In ocean
or land travel, or the monotony of the
seashore or mountains —a distinctive
outing that is unrivaled. Imagine the
fascination of a six day stage tour of
this great National Park stopping
daily at picturesque and well kept hos
teleries. Think of geysers, throwing
out boiling water, waterfalls of im
mense heights—deep chasms with
beautifully colored sides.
Then to make the trip doubly en
joyable, my road—The Burlington (C.
B. & Q. R. R.) provides a special con
ductor every week who acts as guide
and points out everything' of interest
and who looks after the comfort of
our traveling guests.
Let me send you a copy of our
booklet showing maps, pictures and
descriptions of Yellowstone Park, and
the Mississippi Valley that you pass I
through en route. I will also gladly
help you plan your trip and take care
of the details—no obligation on your
part because it's my duty, I am paid
for it. Wm. Austin, general agent
passenger Depts., C. B. & Q. R. R. Co.,
836 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
For Beautiful Hair,
Nourish the Scalp
Dandruff must be removed and the i
hair roots nourished to stop falling \
hair and itching scalp. It is unnec
essary to have thin, brittle, matted, ;
stringy or faded hair. No matter how j
unsightly the hair, how badly it is j
falling, or how much dandruff, Pari- |
sian Sago rubbed into the scalp is all j
that is ever needed. The hair roots I
are nourished and stimulated to grow I
new hair even all dandruff is removed '
■with one application, and itching
scalp and falling hair cease; the hair
becomes soft, fluffy, abundant and
radiant with life and beauty.
Parisian Sage, a daintily perfumed
liquid, is one of the most pleasant, in
vigorating and tfofreshing hair tonics
known, yet perfectly harmless and
inexpensive. After the first appli
cation you will be surprised and de
lighted with Parisian Sage, for there
is nothing that will so help to double
your present attractiveness as luxu
riant, glorious hair, and this tonic
treatment is all that can possibly be
Be sure to get Parisian Sage from
H. C. Kennedy or at any drug or toilet
counter, as there is no other so effect
DR. D. J. REESE
Has moved hi* offices to the
Third and Market Streets
"We have an idea that we can please
you with our custom clothes making.
We do know we have handsome Brit
ish, Scotch and domestic suitings. We
are expert in cutting and draping and
have master tailors and a correct con
ception of prevailing styles, both Eng
lish and American. Why not be bet
ter groomed? Prices are reasonable.
A. J. Simms, 24 North Fourth street.
THE BULLDOG ROADSTER
If you are looking for a car that has
Bpeed, beauty and endurance and all
the modernism known in motor car
building, see the Abbott-Detroit Bull
dog Roadster —six cylinder, six borse
power two passenger. An ideal car
for a small family or physician. Other
models. Let us tell you more about
this line before you choose. The Ab
bott Motor Car Corripany, 106 South
LIKE IT SO
So many people like ice cream, es
pecially Hershey's kind, its purity and
flavor, its velvety-like smoothness to
gether with the sanitary way in which
it is packed and last, but not least, it
makes a reasonable priced dessert.
Phone orders are filled promptly. Her
shey Creamery Company, 409 South
There's nothing better at any price
for general household cleaning than
Bruaw's Rotary Cleanser. It cleans
and brightens up everything about a
house In a Jiffy. Makes things look
new. It gets to the bottom of things,
roots out the dirt and fllth from top
to bottom. Ask your grocer. It's a
home product of merit. Gohl &
Brtiaw, 810 Strawberry street.
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TUESDAY EVENING, BXBSfSBURG TELEGRAPH APRIL 28,1914.
AIUAL MEETING OF
THE CHILDREN'S AID
Dr. Holmes Will Speak and Mrs.
Tener Receive Thursday at
the Executive Mansion
Through the courtesy of Mrs. John
Kinley Tener, the second annual meet
ing of the Children's Aid Society of
Dauphin county will be held at the
Executive Mansion, Thursday after
noon, April 30, at 2.30 o'clock.
The annual report of the society
will be presented by Mrs. Elsie Mid
dleton, the superintendent, and officers
will bo elected for a two years' term.
Dr. Arthur Holmes, dean of the gen
eral faculty of the Pennsylvania State
College, will make an address on
"Child Development" and an informal
reception will follow.
Because of this meeting, Mrs. Tener
announces that she will hold her clos
ing "at home" for the season from 4
to 6 o'clock, Thursday afternoon, in
stead of the first Wednesday in May
as originally intended.
GUESTS AT WERNERSVILLE
Among the Harrisburgers enjoying
a stay at Sunset Hall, Wernersville,
are Mrs. W. O. Bishop of Second and
Hamilton streets, Mrs. W. O. Bishop,
of 3003 Riverside Drive and Mrs. An
drew S. Dillinger, of ISI7 North Sec
OFF FOR A. VISIT
Mrs. George W. Bricker, of 631 Kel
ker street, and Mrs. John C. Peifer, of
416 Cumberland street, will spend the
week-end visiting friends at Sunbury
and Mount Carmel.
SOIREE DANSANT TO-NIGHT
Another in the series of Miss Marian
Clifford Angell's soirees dansant will
be held this evening ;.t the Country
Club of Harrisburg.
Miss Elsie Lillian Kepner, a student
at Drew Seminary, Hornell, N. Y., is
visiting her aunt, Miss Emma Wentz,
of North Sixth street.
Edward Curzon Fager, a Princeton
student, spent the week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs, Martin W. Fa
ger, at 133 West State street.
Planning for the
Among those things which all women
should know of, and many of them do,
is a splendid external application sold
in most drug stores under the name of
"Mother's Friend." It Is a penetrating
liquid and many and many a mother tells
how It so wonderfully aided them through
the period of expectancy. Its chief pur
pose is to render the tendons, ligaments
and muscles so pliant that nature's ex
pansion may bo accomplished without the
intense strain so often characteristic of
the period of expectancy.
"Mother's Friend" may therefore bo
considered as Indirectly having a splendid
influence upon the early disposition of
the future generation.
Whatever induces to the ease and com
fort of the mother should leave its Impress
upon the nervous system of the baby.
At any rate it is rea.Tonable to believe
that slnee "Mother's Friend" has been a
companion to motherhood for more than
half a century It must be a remedy that
women have learned the great value ot.
Ask at any drug store for "Mother's
Friend," a penetrating, external liquid
of great help and value. And write to
Uradfiold Regulator Co., 402 I.amar Bide.,
Atlanta, Ga.. for their book of useful
and timely information.
Are Your Glasses
Your EYESIGHT la one of your
nioat Iniportunt poaaeaaiona.
Are you tutting proper care of ttt
We make comfortable Klnaaea aa
we are equipped to handle the moat
difficult caaea. CONSULT US.
Gohl Optical Co.
8 N. Market Sqnare
Where Glasses are made right.
HISTORIC GETTYSBURG REUNION PICTURES PRES
Tho accompanying' etching is from a photograph of the reunion of the survivors of Pickett's command and
those of the Philadelphia Brigade at 3 o'clock on the afternoon of July 3, 1913, exactly ilfty years to the hour after
Pickett made his charge on the center of the Vnion line at Gettysburg, a point which became known as Hloody
Angle. The reunion was at that point. Survivors of the Philadelphia Brigade presented Pickett's men with the
American tlag shown In the picture, and the man making the speech is accepting the flag, being a veteran of Pick
ett's command. The Pickett flag and the Philadelphia Brigade Hag, which are crossed in the picture, were flags of
battle fifty years ago. Thousands of veterans and camp visitors witnessed the reunion of the men who fought a
hand-to-hand battle at aßloody Angle. The photograph was made by a Telegraph photographer (Robert F. Gorman)
and an enlarged reproduction, 20x28 inches, properly framed, was presented to each of the three Grand Armv of tho
Republic posts of Harrisburg by the president of the Telegraph, These framed and historic pictures now hang in
the post rooms.
RE-ELECT MRS. KOSER'
PRESIDENT Of CLUB
Annual Meeting of Authors Club
Held Last Evening With
The annual meeting of the Authors
Club was held last evening at the
residence of Mrs. A. E. Shirey, 1517
State street, with a full attendance of
The election of officers for the com
ing year resulted in Mrs. A. Stewart
Koser succeeding herself as president;
Mrs. Caspar S. Shaak, first vice-presi- |
dent; Mrs. Lewis M. Neiffer, second i
vice-president; Mrs. John K. Royal,!
secretary; Miss Anna L. Crowl, treas- |
urer. The program committee in- j
eludes Mrs. Koser, Miss Anne U. Wert,
| Mrs. L. M. Neiffer and Mrs. Henry P.
The closing meeting for the year
will be held Tuesday evening, May 5,
at the residence of Mrs. Neiffer, River
side, and will be of a social nature.
Mrs. Miller, Miss Martha Miller and
Miss Helen Owens, of Duncannon,
were recent' guests of Mrs. Andrew
Shull in this city.
W. H. Bishop, of Riverside Drive,
is home after a six weeks' business
trip to California and points along the
Miss Emily Brown, of 2327 North
Sixth street, a teacher of the Camp j
Curtin school building, resumed her!
duties yesterday after an absence of i
Mrs. James I. Chamberlin, who is j
living temporarily at Washington, D. |
C., attended the sessions of the child
welfare congress last week in that
Mrs. George Goddard and Miss Vir
ginia Goddard, of Lynchburg, Va., are
visiting Mrs. Clayton C. Forney, at 85
North Seventeenth street.
R. B. Grubb, of Lewistown, spent |
Sunday with his aunt, Mrs. E. E. M. |
Cauley, in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Critchley, of|
Meadville, visited Harrisburg relatives j
after attending the funeral of the for- j
mer's mother at Steelton.
Mrs. John D. Reckord gave a little
dinner at the Arcade apartments last
evening in honor of Miss Jean Robin
son, who will be a bride of the week.
Miss Alice Bender and her cousin,
Miss Kathleen Watson, have gone to
New York City to remain for ten days.
Mrs. Elsie R. Keiser, of 716 North
Sixth street, started to-day on an ex
tended business trip to Philadelphia
and New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Commings
have returned to their home, 14 North
Fourth street, after a visit to Reading,
where they were guests of Mr. Com
ming's brother, A. B. Commings.
Miss Pearl Thompson, of Hunting
don, was a recent guest of her aunt,
Mrs. E. E. McCauley, at 2255 North
Miss Mary Hogan, art instructor of
the public schools, is home after
spending a little vacation in New
Mrs. Wilson Bomgardner, of Regina
street, wasa recent hostell for the S. C.
Miss Rillio Thompson, of Mifllin
town, is a guest of her cousin. Mrs.
E. E. McCauley, of North Sixth street.
Miss Alice LeCompte has resumed
her studies at St. Joseph's Academy,
Philadelphia, after spending a brief
holiday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph LeCompte, of the Ro
Miss Grazia Thompson has gone
home to Dallas, Texas, after a short
stay with her aunt, Mrs. Arthur King
Wilson, of State street.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Edward
Stuntz, of 1213 North Second street,
announce the birtli of a son, Saturday,
April 25, 1914. Mrs. Stuntz was for
merly Miss Florence Mackenson of
The Rev. Lewis C. Manges, pastor
of the Memorial Evangelical Lutheran
Church and Mrs. Manges, announce
the birth of a son, James Henry
Manges, Saturday, April 25, 1914, at
their residence, 1431 Walnut street.
• Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith, of 112
Calder street, announce the birth of a
daughter, Sunday, April 26, 1914.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Royer, of
1726 Sycamore street, announce the
birth of a son, Harry B. Royer, Jr.,
Thursday, April 23, 71914. Mrs. Royer
was Miss Margaret E. McClelland prior
to her marriage.
Miss MacAlarney Will Speak For Suffrage
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MISS EMMA LENORE MacALARNEY
Miss Emma Lenore MacAlarney, of New York City, who will speak
for suffrage Saturday, May 2, at the Y. M. C. A. hall, is well known here,
where she lived for a number of years. She is a daughter of the late
Attorney J. C. MacAlarney, and after her graduation from Welleslev,
taught in the Central High School, and later at the Horace Mann School,
New York. Miss MacAlarney comes hereby invitation of the Central
Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage Association and will be introduced by the
president, Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones. The great "Woman Suffrage Song"
will be sung here for the first time on Saturday, with Miss Mary Seaman
Old Maid Club Meets
With Miss Moeslein
Members of the Old Maid Club spent
a pleasant evening with Miss Minnie
Moeslein at her home, 612 Boas street,
where dancing, singing and card
games were followed by a buffet
In attendance were Miss Hazel
Fraim, Miss Anna Gamber, Miss Ruth
Long, Miss Agnes Moeslein, Miss Helen
Schmidt, Miss Elizabeth Feltenberger,
Miss Helen Chandler and Miss Min
MllS. MOSSER'S PUPILS
IN RECITAL THIS EVENING
Piano pupils of Mrs. Clara M. Mos
ser will be heard this evening In recital
at her studio, 2119 North Second
street. Participating in the program
will be the Misses Mildred Gutman,
Pearl Habbarde, Jean Snyder, Rebecca
Levinson, Mae Gross, Anna Gross,
Katharine Gettys, Nancy McCullough,
Mildred Griffee, Evelyn Gutman, Mar
garetta Reed and Margaret Stam
baugh and William Hamme. Assistant
will be Miss Mary R. Turner, soprano,
and Earl Rhoads, tenor.
BASKET FClili OF GIFTS
FOR MRS. EARLK SCOTT
A largo basket, heaped with useful
gifts, was presented to i!rs. Earle Scott
last evening at the home of her
mother, Mrs. L. M. Warner, 619
Muench street. After examining the
presents the guests enjoyed a supper.
In the party were Mrs. Scott, Mrs.
John Lappley, Miss Lillian Bower,
Miss Mary Crane, Miss Rena Brehm,
Miss Mabel Frey, Miss Olive Kline
peter, Miss Emma Smiley, Miss Clara
E. Shaub, Miss Grace Warner.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Henderson have
gone home to Germantown after
spending a few days with their rela
tives, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Henderson
of State street. "
Mrs. William Reed, iillss Ella Wal
mer Reed and Mrs. Harry Bare have
arrived at their home in Hummels
town after spending several months in
TEA WITH THE MISSES HICKS
Miss Elizabeth Hicks and Miss Mar
garet Hicks entertained the l&dies of
St. Andrew's Episcopal Parish Club
yesterday afternoon at tea, at their
bungalow, near the Colonial Country
Club. Twenty-five guests were in at
HAS PTOMAINE POISONING
David K. Ebersole, sales manager
of the Moorhead Knitting Company,
has returned to the city after a two
weeks' trip in the West. While in Chi
cago Mr. Ebersole had a serious case
of ptomaine poisoning from eating
canned shad roe, and required the ser
vices of physicians and trained nurse
for a time.
REMOVING TO PITTSBURGH
Dr. Julia C. Loos, of 30 North Sec
ond street, will conduct her medical
and journalistic work after May 15 in
East Liberty, Pittsburgh, with offices
in the East End Trust Building, Penn
and Holland avenues.
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The Real Secret of
Rejuvenating the Face
She holds the true secret of facial
rejuvenation who has learned how to
remove the dead skin particles as fast
as they appear. It's a secret anyone
may possess. Tlio aged, faded or dis
colored surface skin may be gradually
absorbed, in an entirely safe and ra
tional manner, by the nightly appli
cation of ordinary mercollzed wax.
Within a week or two tlio underlying
skin, youthful and beautiful to behold,
has taken the place of the discarded
cuticle. So little of the old skin Is
absorbed each day there's no inconven
ience at all, and no one suspects you
are putting anything on your face. The
mercollzed wax, procurable at any
drugstore (an ounce is sufficient). Is
applied like cold cream. In the morn
ing It Is erased with soap and water.
It's the best thing known for freckles,
liver spots and fine surface wrinkles,
black heads, pimples, moth patches,
For the deeper wrinkles, an excel
lent recipe Is: Powdered gaxolite, 1 oz.,
dissolved In 'A pt. witch hazel. Bath
ing the face in the solution produces
quick and wonderful results. ]
202 Walnut Street
Don't Forget the Great
Suit Sale Now in
400 Suits, all new styles at
new prices-— $10.00, $153.50,
$13.75, $15.00, $17.50,
$18.75, $30.00, $22.50
and the best in the store for
$25.00. Many were $35.00,
$40.00, $45.00 and $50.00. All
new wool and worsted ma
terial, silk poplin, etc. Now is
the time to take advantage of
complete stocks, sizes, colors
and blacks. The assortment
will go down and not be re
plenished again this season.
400 Choice Silk Dresses
the best bargain vou can find—
s6.so," SIO.OO, $12.50,
$13.75, $15.00. $17.50,
$18.75, $19.75, $21.50,
$22.50, and the best in the
store for $25.00. Do yon
know that this means $35, S4O.
$45. SSO to S6O dresses for,
$25.00. They will go dur
ing this sale.
Coming in every day now
one grand stock all colors
and black 55.95, $6.75,
$7.50, $8.75, SIO.OO,
$11.50, $12.50, $13.75,,
$15.00, $16.75, $17.50,
$lB .7519.75 and beauties
for $21.50, $22.50, $23.75
202 Walnut Street
l.nncoMor and WillianiNport, Pa*
Euchre and Reception
Held in Cathedral Hall
Elaborate preparations are in prog
ress for the euchre and social to be
held in Cathedral hall to-morrow.
evening by the ladies' parish commit- j
tee. The hall will be decorated with
flowers and bunting and a special mu
sical program will be given by the
On the committee of arrangements
are: Mrs. Charles McEnroe, Mrs.
Wolz, Mrs. Mishael Casey, Mrs. Ed
ward Gallagher, Mrs. P. It. Sullivan,
the Misses Catharine Moyer, Anna
Lavelle, Mary Rumpf, B. C. Connelly,
Maud Bothwell, Catharine Murphy,
Helen Ryan, W. McGowan and C.
SURPRISE MR. KELLBERG
J. Herbert Kellberg, a Market street
photographer, was given a little sur
prise party last evening at his home
in White Hill, in celebration of his
birthday. Guests inv-lted for dinner
by Mrs. Kellberg were Miss Gertrude
Bolton, Miss Marjorie, Wall and Chas.
Hetherington, of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kent Winslow,
of Baltimore, are spending a week
among old friends in town.
When the Children Cough
No telling how soon the symptoms
may develop into croup. And then's
when you're glad you have a jar of
MUBTEROLE at hand to give prompt,
sure relief^"" lt positively does not
blister the tenderest skin.
As first aid and a certain remedy
there's nothing like MUSTEROLE
Thousands of mothers know it. You
should keep a jar in the house.
It Is the remedy for adults, too. Re
lieves Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Tonsil
itis, Croup, Stiff Neck, Asthma, Neu
ralgia, Headache, Congestion, Pleurisy,
Bheumatlsm, Lumbago, Pains and
Aches of Back or Joints, Sprains, Sore
Muscles. Chilblains, Frosted Feet and
Colds of the Chest (it prevents Pneu
At your druggist's in 25c and 50c
jars, and a special large hospital size
Accept no substitute.
If your druggist cannot supply you,
send 25c or 50c to the MUSTEROLE
Company, Cleveland, Ohio, and we
will mail you a jar, postage prepaid.
MRP. J - HORLICIC West Philadelphia,
"My four-year-old son had sovero
bronchitis, I found Musterole tho best
thing I ever used."
Without a Maid"
How often you women
have heard these words!
And you know to whom
they refer —no need to spell
her name out here.
Have you been curious
enough to know how she
Perfectly simple, I assure
She uses Telegraph
So she's never without a
maid. Telegraph. WANT
ADS will do as much for
you as they have done for
Try them. Just phone
your ad to Bell 2040, Cum
i berlatid 203.
Annex, 311 Walnut Street
Smart Style Coat, pure
worsted, double wire serge;
Copenhagen, black and navy,
14 to 20 sizes $5.00
Balmacaan Coat, very neat
Special Serge Coats, broken
lots, navy and black, $5.00
Jersey Top Silk Petticoats;
$3.50. reduced to $2.95
$6.00 Beautiful Street
Dresses, SI.OO, $1.25,
$1.50, $1.75 to $2.75.
2000 Beautiful Elec
tric Brand House
Made to Wear and Ready
Here are the prettiest and
most tasteful house dresses we
have seen in many a day.
They are cleverly designed and
embody the very newest of
They are trimmed with
straps of self material, or pip
ing or bands of contrasting
They are house dresses such
as discriminating women have
long been looking for.
Made of the best fast color
chambrays, ginghams, per
cales, seersuckers, etc., all
, guaranteed fabrics.
You will find that each gar
ment fit's correctly and gives
unusual wear—really, the best
value we've ever shown in
house dresses, and from
SI.OO to $3.00
Annex, 311 Walnut Street
To Put On Flesh
And Increase Weight
A Physician'* Advice
Most thin people cat from four to six
pounds of good solid fat-making food
every day and still do not increase in
weight >one ounce, while on the other
hand many of the plump, chunky folks
oat very lightly and keep gaining all
the time. It's all bosh to say that this
is the nature of the individual. It isn't
Nature's way at all.
Thin folks stay thin because their
powers of assimilation are defective.
They absorb just enough of the food
they eat to maintain life and a sem
blance of health and strength. Stuffing /
won't help them. A dozen meals a dav V
won't make them gain a single "stay
there" pound. All the fat-pr«oducinS /
filements of their food just stay in tlio!
intestines until they pass from the
body as waste. What such people need
is something that will prepare these
fatty food elements so that their blood
can absorb them and deposit them all
about the body—something, too, that
will multiply their red bUood corpuscles
and increase their blood's carrying
For such a condition I always recom
mend eating a Sargol tablet with every
meal. Sargol is not, as some believe, a
patented drug, but is a scientific com
bination of six of the most effective
and powerful flesh building elements
known to chemistry. It is absolutely
harmless, yet wonderfully effective anil
a single tablet eaten with each meal
often has the effect of increasing the
weight of a thin man or woman from
three to five pounds a week. Sargol is
sold by Geo. A. Gorgas and other good
druggists everywhere. on a positive
guarantee of weight increase or money
Regular price SI.OO
For a Urnited time only
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Walnut near Second
Open 8 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Bell Phono 2102 R
Proof Bags "I
Am TIGHT—DUST PROOF
Germ and moisture proof. Des
ignated to provide perfect protec
tion for all articles of apparel,
FURS AND FABRICS
against moths, Insects, mice, etc.
Foney's Drug Store
420 Market Street.
We serve you wherever you are
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