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HOLD OPEN MEETING
ON INDIAN LEGENDS
Story Tellers' League Will Hear
Tales of Several
An open meeting of the Story Tell
ers' League is announced I'or Tuesday
evening, May 26, at the assembly room
of the Public Library at 7.30 o'clock,
when everyone who enjoys story tell
ing is invited to attend.
The story hour program of beautiful
Indian legends will reveal the red man
as Francis Leupp sees him: "An artist
by instinct, a lively story teller, keen
of feeling, responsive* to every form of
beauty in natural objects, filled with
awe in the presence' of whatever is
massive or otherwise grand."
Miss Lois Booker will be in charge
and the tales will include "The Breath
Master," Dakotah, by Miss Carolyn
Reiley; "The Fire Bringer," Miss Jo
sephine Lee Meek: "Origin of Indian
Corn," Odjibwa, Miss Florence Car
roll: "Legend of the Trailing Argutus:
An Allegory of Winter and Spring,"
Odjibwa, Miss Margaret Dale; "Origin
of the Violet," Iroquois, Miss Martha
E. Fleming: "Road of White Wam
pum," Lenape, Miss Reiley.
Romance of the Colonics
Through the kindness of Mrs. E. J.
Macy, Mrs. Roy Bignail will read a
copy of a letter written in 1735 by
Ruth Starbuck Wentworth wherein is
related the story and romance of the
first cup of tea brewed on Nantucket
Miss Mary Snyder will narrate "Lee
lineau and Oskau, the Indian Dryad,"
Chippewa; Mrs. Bennett Carter will
give another "Uncle Remus" story;
"The Lover's Vision of the Happy
Island," Chippewa, will be told by Miss
Annie E. Miller; "The Star and the
Lily," OJibwa, by Miss Margaret La
tham; "Osseo, Son of the Evening
Star," Algonquin. Miss Booker; "Hia
watha's Passing," Iroquois, Miss Do
This closes the meeting of the league
for this season and the lirst fall meet
ing is sheduled for Tuesday evening,
September 22, when members and
those interested in the league will bo
welcome to como and discuss plans
for another delightful season of story
Mrs. David S. Funk and her sister,
Mrs. Eliza Kloss are home after a
week's trip to New York and Philadel
Miss Ella Zeigler and Miss Lula
Zeigler have returned to the ritv after
visiting friends at Newport, their for
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SATURDAY EVENING, HAKRISBURG TELEGRAPH MAY 23, 1914
IDE ORPHEUS CLUB
WILL SING "FAUST"
Interesting Musical Event on the
Evening of Tuesday,
The Berlioz dramatic legend, "The
Damnation of Faust," to bo sung by
the Orpheus Club Tuesday evening,
June 2, in the auditorium of the Tech
nical high school, the principal work
of its type, was sung with tremendous
success at this season's Cincinnati
music festival. It is taken in part
from the medieval legend and from
(ioethe's famous drama. Berlioz, al
though taking the material for his
episodes bodily from the Goethe
druma, insists on the original ending
of the legend—retribution for the be
trayal of Margarita in the "Damnation
of Fjjist"—as more completely satis
fying the moral sense than the ending
Goethe has given.
The four parts into which the com
position is divided give a gorgeous and
colorful setting to the following
sodes: Faust's disgust at the vanity
of all things earthly, of the naive
enjoyment of the peas;..its' danco and
of martial splendor.
In the second episode, his deter
mination to "end it all." his "calling
back" by the Easter hymn; then the
appearance of Mephisto: Faust's re
juvenation. and their determination to
see the world together. First, carous
ing of the students in Auerbach's cel
lar in Leipsic; then the vision of Mar
garita in the marvelously constructed
Chorus and Ballet of the Sylphs, and
Mephisto's promise to introduce Faust
into Margarita's house.
The third episode is the meeting of
Faust and Margarita, her betrayal and
abandonment. A lovely romance tell
ing of Margarita's despair opens the
fourth part, followed by the futile
effort of Faust to save her, the thrill
ing "Ride to Hell" and his subsequent
damnation. The work closes with an
epilogue in which is expressed Mar
garita's redemption and beatification
In no work has Berlioz's remarkably
unique genius expressed itself more
dramatically than in this wonderful
setting of this famous old storj'. Mrs.
William K. Bumbaugh, soprano;
Messrs. Levallin and Rhoades, tenors;
George Sutton and Fred W. Lutz,
bassos, are to sing the solo portions
of the composition, and a specially
selected woman's chorus will assist the
club in the mixed choruses.
Dr. T. S. Blair Returns
After Six Weeks' Trip
Dr. Thomas S. Blair, of 403 North
Second street, arrived at his home early
ibis morning after a six weeks' trip
through the South and West of medi
cal investigation and research.
Dr. Blair stopped at New Orleans,
touched parts of Mexico, but didn't get
any nearer the fighting than seeing
the army camps with a field glass
from San Diego.
He toured thg California coast and
parts ot the interior, visited the Grand
canyon of Arizona, Denver, Omaha,
Kansas Cit.v, St. Louis, Chicago, Cin
cinnati. Cleveland and Buffalo oil the
Guests of Miss Dowdell
Have Play at Reservoir
Edua E. Dowdell, of
1819 Whitehall street, took a walk to
Reservoir Park last evening, where
they participated in an original play
afterward enjoying a buffet supper at
Miss Dowdell's home.
In the party were the Misses Eva
Selheimer, Salinda Solomon, Laura
Miller, Florence Fulweiler, Dorothy
Dowdell, Mabel Bright, Marie Daugh
erty and Edna Dowdell, Will Lewis
Emlyn Tfn.ll, Clinton Klester, Carl Pet
ers, Lesley Hall, Howard Milliken,
James (iardner and Elsmerc Burns.
Miss Peasley. of Dubuque, lowa, is
visiting Mrs. Richard V. McKay, at
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bushnefl
of 1531 North Second street, have
gone to Philadelphia to spend a week
with their son, Walter D. Bushnell and
Miss Helen Chandler, of 610 Reily
street, was hostess for the monthly
meeting of Mrs. John McLaughlin's
class in the Fifth Street Methodist
Miss Alice Weaver has gone to At
lantic City, to remain for ten days
with Philadelphia relatives, at their
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kapp, of Liv
ingston, Montana, are spending sev
eral weeks with Mr. Kapp's sister,
Mrs. A. L. Palmer, in this city.
Mrs. John T. Selsam and son
Charles Selsam, of 402 Verbeke street,
are visiting in York.
Miss Hester Rogers and her cousin,
Miss Marie Rogers, of Bflffalo, N. Y.,
have gone to Washington to spend sev
eral days in sightseeing.
Miss Carolyn Lynch, of the Baldwin
school, Bryn Mawr, is spending the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Christian W. Lynch, of State
Mrs. John H. Michael, of 550 Camp
street, entertained a Thursday Em
broidery Club of which she Is a mem
ber, at her home, in delightful man
Attractive Monday Bargains
In Women's & Misses' Apparel
Regular $2 Skirts ' $6 Serge Dresses
Made of handsome black and Made of all-wool Serge,
whit c fancy check, latest Spring models.
Monday -| -% q Monday r\ Q
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$1.49 Linene Coats $1 Lingerie Waists
Full cut convertible collar; 100 handsome Waists, slight
tan only; all sizes. QQ ;ly shop worn. /f O
Monday only 2/OC Monday only T"i/C
$1.25 House Dresses $1.49 P. K. Skirts
Embroidered Percale, Tunic Fine quality P. K., regular
style; all colors. and extra sizes. aq
Monday only I C Monday only *7DC
Look For Red Tickets—All Monday Specials
Will be so Marked-Many Are Not Advertised
WITH MRS. J. S. RYDER
Entertaining For - Her House
Guest Mrs. Gilson of Flat
bush, N. Y.
A pretty social event of the week
was the bridge luncheon given to-day
by Airs. J. Snively Ryder, of Cottage
Ridge, in compliment to her house
guest, J Irs, Harry Lyman Gilson, of
Flatbush, N. Y.
The table appointments were o£
pink and fhe guests included Mrs. Gil
son, Mrs. George Lloyd and Miss Ruth
Lloyd, of Mechanicsburg; Mrs. Edward
Clark Cowdcn, Mrs. Frank L. Cook,
Miss Cora Lee Snyder, Mrs. W. Ed
ward Bennett, Mrs. John B. Patrick,
Miss Isabelle Ryder and Mrs. Ryder.
Mrs. Vanier's Guests
at Luncheon and Bridge
Masses of pink and white peonies
decorated the home of Mrs. George P.
Vanier, of Steelton, yesterday, for her
In attendance were Mrs. Lewis E.
Johnson, Hiney, Jr.. Mrs.
John V. W. Reynders, Mrs. Frank
D. Carney, Mrs. Robert M. Rutherford,
.Mrs. Henry S. Gross, airs. Charles
Mercer, Mrs. Harvey Smith, Mrs.
Thomas Earle, Mrs. Luther Kelker,
Mrs. Richard V. McKay, Mrs. Clarence
H. Chester and Miss Peasley, of Du
at Jaffa Temple, Altoona
Among the interesting events in
connection with the annual meeting of
the International Sunshine Society, at
Altoona was a banquet held at Jaffa
Temple, memorable for its numbers,
clever speeches and line appoint
Mrs. Homer Black, of this city, State
Sunshine president for Pennsylvania,
and also president of the Roberta Dis
brow Lloyd Sunshine Society of this
city, is among the delegates and her
picture is featured in a group of
prominent Sunshiners in the Altoona
Gazette of last evening.
Los Angeles, Cal., will be the meet
ing place for next year.
RETURNS TO OIL CITY
Mrs. S. L. James, proprietor of the
American Hotel, has returned to her
home in Oil City after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Myers, at 321% Chestnut
street. Mrs. James had such a pleas
ant stay that she will visit Harrisburg
again soon, bringing her family with
her in their touring car.
OPENS SUMMER COTTAGE
Mrs. Martin L. Golden and son, of
228 Forster street, who have opened
their summer cottage will entertain
over Sunday, Mrs. John C. Nissley and
small son, Joseph Nissley.
Mrs. Harry C. Ivnull, of Reily street,
is visiting relatives in Philadelphia.
Miss Katharine Richmond has gone I
home to Lynchburg, Va., after a short i
stay with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Amos Henry, of State street.
David Fleming, 111, of ths city, has
been elected president of the Banjo
Club of Princeton University.
Paxtang Park to Be
Thrown Open Tonight
Paxtang Park will be thrown open
to the public this evening. For sev
eral weeks a large force of men has
been working hard to put everything
In shape for the coming season. Those
who have already visited the park are
unanimous in pronouncing the big
playground more beautiful than ever.
The park theatrical season will open
on Monday evening with Beck's Min
strels, who will play the park the first
three days of the week for the benefit
of the Firemen's Union convention
fund. The park management has do
natde the theater to the firemen adn
the gross receipts will go into the fund.
The minstrels gave two perform
ances at the Majestic this winter and
were considered the best amateur or
ganization that has appeared in Har
risburg for a number of years.
The regular park vaudeville season
will open on Thursday, May 28, with a
line of attractions entirely new to park
Opens Tuesday evening. May 26. Band
and orchestra Tuesday evenings; Mil
ler's orchestra Thursday and Saturday
evenings. Take Enola. Summerdale
and Marysvllle cars. Every 15 minutes
both ways all evening. Advertise
DR. D. J. REESE]
Hns moved 111* oilier* to the
Third aud Market Street*
Dr. Surface Will Personally Attend
the Meetings in This Section
of the State
State Zoologist H. A. Surface is
arranging to attend a number of the
demonstrations in the orchards of tills
section of the State. The Dauphin
demonstrtlons start on May 25 and
nearby counties will have similar
The list for this section of the State
is ns follows:
Dauphin County—Monday, May 25
H. L. Lark. Millersburg; Tuesday, Ma'
20, lion. Charles DeVeny How, Wil'
Union County—Monday, May 25,
Col. \Y. n. Follmer, West Milton;
ruesday, May 2(>, J. Newton Glover,
Vieksburg; Wednesday, Mav 27, Uuf
fain Valley Fruit Farms, Millmont.
Franklin County— Monday, May 25,
W. IT. Horn, Chambersburg, R. No.
10; Tuesday. May 26, Harry B. Krcbs,
I, „Fulton County—Wednesday. May
*-' > B. Runyan, McConnellsburg.
Huntingdon County Wednesday,
May 27, Frank Keith, Broadtop City;
„ T'liirsday, May 28, o. M. Wright,
Calvin; Friday, May 20, W. A. Crots
ley, Colfax: Saturday, May 30, tin: Rev.
W. J. Black, Alexandria.
Lycoming County - Tuesday, May
2u, W H. Banzhaf, Muncy; Wednes
day, May 27, J. W. ITeilman, Mont
gomery. Thursday, May 28, Edward
E. Frontz; Hughesrille; Friday, May
29. W. 11. Losch, Jersey Shore; Sat-
F - llo * ni ' Cogun Station.
Mifflin County—Monday, May 25
Thurston Liddick, Lewistown; Tues
day, May 26, M. M. Naginey, Milroy.
Schuylkill County—Tuesday, May
~6, Adolph Berner, TamaqOa, R. Xo
19 0° A. M.; Tuesday. May k C li.
Weldy lamaqua, 2.00 P. M.; Wednes
day, May 27. irvin E. Teter, New
Ringgold: Thursday. May 28 Fred II
Winterstein, Pottsville; Friday May
29 Leon Eckert, Mahanoy City'; Sat
urday, May 3d. Robert Rreisch Hlmr
town, 9.00 A. M.
Many Want to Hear
Annual Bach Festival
The sale of single tickets for the
Bach festival to bo held at Lehigh
University on May 29-30 opens Thurs
<lay, May 21, at the A. C, Huff music
store, Bethlehem. Seats of all kinds
may be obtained there up to the open
•n/f <!"y 'he festival, when the sale
will be transferred to the tick. ! office
on the university campus. The de
mand for course tickets lias been un
The states from which orders have
been received up to this time include
Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey
Massachusetts. Connecticut. Maryland!
District of Columbia, Ohio, Indiana
Illinois, Michigan and .Minnesota'
Practically every large city east of
Chicago lias some of its music-lovers
numbered among those who will at
tend the coming festival.
The 200 singers of the choir arc re
hearsing with a faithfulness and zest
that surpasses anything in former
years. The choir members are eager
for the great task that has been set
before them, the rendition in its en
tircty, solos as well as chorus num
bers, of the Mass in B Minor. There
are rehearsals of some section of tho
chorus practically every day.
As has been the custom at each of
(he Bach festivals since their insti
tution in Bethlehem in 1900, members
of the Moravian trombone choir will
announce the opening of each session
with fine old church chorales. In the
earlier days, when the choir gave its
renditions in the Moravian Church, in
the old town, the trombonists played
from the quaint belfry of tho church
from which they announce the death
of members of the Moravion congre
PREPARING FOR SIMMER HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Chris A. Hibler, of
1624 North Second street, are getting
their country place, "Hill Acres," near
Baltimore, in readiness for summer
occupancy. They will leave here early
Norman Stoner was elected a deacon
at a special meeting in Messiah Luth
eran Church, tills week, :o fill tho un
expired term of Aaron Horter, recently
elected an elder in the church.
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I p EOPLE respond liberally to these weekly sales, because we sell to them just the
kind of hats they want NOW at special prices, and they feel sure that they
are saving money. In this sale we are offering
Only White Hats and Black Hats
All the Newest Midsummer Shapes |
Best quality hemp—fine clean made —close stitched w
hemp; $1.98 aftd $2.49 quality. On Monday .
As you step out of the elevator you will find Five Tables of HEMP HATS—
Hats which we sell during the week at $2.98 and $2.49.. Your unlimited choice for
All the hew sailor shapes—Misses' Mushroom hats—Misses' side roll sailors—
-10 styles of medium and turban shapes—all the latest ideas.
I Navy and Alice Blue Hemp Hats,
Which sold $1.98, $2.98 and $3.98. Our whole stock; none excepted. I
One Dollar Chip Hats
White Chip Hats and Black Chip Hats —all the new sailor shapes— /IVA
Mushroom Hats—large side roll hats and plenty of black medium
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$1.98 Burnt Hemp CO,** $2.98 and $3.98 Burnt |
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. ~ , Including every burnt hemp liat which sold reiru- 5
A good assortment of all the new shapes. larly up to $3.98.
MONDAY MOND\Y B
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Panama Hats .. . Hemp Hats vOC
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OUR FIRST MONDAY SALE tm, «„nd. T
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SALE STARTS 9 O'CLOCK—CASH SALES ONLY.
Great Sa!e of NEWEST FLOWERS
On this Monday wq offer OUR V/HOLE STOCK of this eason's flowers. I
Every spray in the stock.
Every wreath in the stock—all the newest American Beauty and Jack Roses, I
Tansies, Daisies, Rosebuds, French Bouquets, Lilacs, Sweet Peas, etc.
All 19c Flowers j All 25c Flowers 160
All 35c Flowers < All 49c Flowers 3-40
All 75c Flowers 48<* j All 98c Flowers 69e
All $1.25 Flowers 70<; i All $1.49 Flowers 980
All Trimmed Hats at Monday's Special Prices
I All Hats marked $2.98, this Monday SI.BB
All Hats marked $3.98, this Monday $2.88
All Hats marked $4.98, this Monday $3.88
All Hats marked $5.98, this Monday $4.88
All Hats marked $6.98, this Monday $5.88
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All Lace Hats, all Panama Hats, all White Chip Hats and all Hats in our French
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Academy Club Holds
Successful Lawn Fete ifWrSSS dfcJSSirfc Dance With Mrs. Hope
. the Misses Helen Hammond, Mary Mcy-
lue Sphinx Scientitic Club of the ers and Mildred Buchanan. Miss Eliz- Anion" the vounir neonle nttnnHina-
Harrisburg Academy cleared between abeth McCormick and Miss Helen . - v 1 1 attending
S6O and S7O last evening at the lawn Oenslager, garbed as gypsies, told most an lllforma '» dance last evening at tho
fete held at the residence of its presi- satisfactory fortunes and there was a residence of Mrs. Maud Hope, Steel
dent, Andrew E. Buchanan, Jr., 2100 mystery tent, in charge of A. E. ton, were Mr and Mrs Thomas Vick-
North Third street. Buchanan, Jr. Mercer B. Tate, Jr., ery. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bonnett, Mr.
Ihe lawn was lighted y . ■ !oc- won a prize at the matematical ffuess- and Mrs. Clarence Chester, Miss Mar
tries and myriads of gay-ct ipa- ing table. jorie Mercer, Miss Helen Vickery, Miss
nese lanterns. Lhe Acadei t stra Ihe proceeds of the fete will go Eleanor Earle, Miss Helen Abercrom
played for tile danring and t.iio i,;iiout | toward purchasing a stereopticon lan- bie, Mrs. Maud Keil, Miss Elizabeth
the evenng. Among the attractions tern for the Academy. Mercer, Claude Middaugh, Joseph Len
were the candy booth, In charge of | Brinton G. Wallace, of the faculty, hart, William Wright. Dr. George R.
Miss Elizabeth Bailey, Miss Isabelle and Albert H. Stackpole, of the stu- Moffltt, Fred Robinson, Thomas Reily
Shreiner and Miss Margaret Stack-dent body, had the event in charge.. Moffltt and Wiilard K. Smith.
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