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k \ \ \>> Rare Qualities—Modestly Priced
\\ It is a niatter of pride with us to
EHal \ show the prettiest and newest su-
I J perior quality undermuslins—every
I I garment fresh and clean, well made,
II jji/ [ J ' cut to fit and designed to conform .
IJ to the latest modes of dress.
DAINTY NEW COMBINATION SUIT of Corset Cover and
Drawers, made of fine quality cambric and nainsook—beautifully
trimmed with lace and embroidery, some have short kimono sleeves
—at 75c to $2.50 cacli.
WOMEN'S DRAWERS, made of an excellent quality cambric,
nainsook and muslin—in open and closed styles and very neatly
trimmed with lace and embroidery—well made and finished—at
25c to $1,50 each.
STYLISH CORSET COVERS, made of high-grade cambric and
nainsook in a pleasing variety of charming style effects —some with
kimono sleeves, others with all-over embroidery—at 25c to $1.50
CAMISOLES of Net and Crepe de Chine, $2 to $3. gjj
BEAUTIFUL NIGHT GOWNS, made of exceptional quality
crepe and nainsook in the slip-over effects—lace and embroidery
trimmed —some with high neck and long" sleeves, others low neck
and short sleeves —many extra sizes—at 50c to $3.50 each.
UNDERSKIRTS—Made of cambric and nainsook in a wide va
riety of the new style effects—lace and embroidery trimmed—in all
the popular widths and extra sizes—at 50c to $3.50 each.
ALL SILK CREPE DE CHINE SKIRTS in pink, .blue and white
with the close-fitting tops at $3.98 and $5.00.
s—Other Real Acts--5
Flights 4.00 and 7.00
Free Exhibition i
No Admission Charged
To Any Part of Park
' COLON lAL\
A Big Headliner For the
The Act Beautiful
This is the Busy Corner's
PHOTOPLAY TO-DAY ]
"Oliver Twist," <1 reels.
"Perlla of Pauline."
"The Lure of the Pet," 2 reela.
"The Snakerllle Volunteer."
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PENNSYLVANIA BOYS SPEAK
Williamstown, Mass., June 24.
Among the six Williams seniors who
delivered original speeches in the
Graves prize speaking in Grace Hall
■ was John Douglas Royal, of Harris
burg, Pa., whose topic was "Respect
At the prize rhetorical contest "Tha
I Purpose of a College Education" was
the topic discussed by Daniel Schenck
Keller, of Lan.-aster, Pa.
MRS. RUMLER IMPROVING
Mrs. H. M. Hildenstein, of New
City, has returned to her home, after
visiting her sister, Mrs. Margaret
Rumler, at 1741 Susquehanna street,
who has been quite ill. Mrs. Rumler
is slowly regaining her health.
' LADIES' '
We have a large, well assorted
line of high-grade linens, in all the
latest styles and colors.
Special price $12.501
From your own material,
Bell Phone 1552-J.
SEA GIRT. N. J.
Spend Your Summer Vacation at
Many amusement attractions. Free
music. Boating, bathing, fishing.
' Homelike hotels. For booklet and
I detailed information write
J. Whitt-Hcll, City Clerk, Wlldwood,
Sea Girt, N. J., directly on the beach.
Grandest location on the coast.
RISDON & CO.
Will take several refined Christian fam
ilies as summer boarders. Nice lawn,
croquet came, farm cooking, etc. Ad
dress, Rheems, Pa., Box 167.
Doubling Gap Springs, Pa.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS.
An ideal mountain, health, and pleas
ure resort. Dry climate, refined en
vironment. 114 th year. All conveni
ences. Special rates for July and
August. Mrs. Geo. A. Freyer, Owner.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. 3.
THE LATEST FIREPROOF HOTEL
American plan Always open. Capacity 600. On
beach directly between the two fireat Ocean Pieri.
Music and dancin*. Garage. Illustrated literature;
Ownership management. Privste P. O. Box BSS.
Arkansas Ave. near Beach and Mil
lion Dollar Pier. $1.60 up daily; $8 to
$lO weekly. Good beds, good table. H.
The Lexington d™! wuiAen 8 :
nis courtK adjoining beach. Only hotel
where guests may K<> from house to
surf lu bathing attire without using
streets, which Is prohibited. Care of
bathing suits and use of bath houses
is free. Running water in rooms; pri
vate baths. Tango parlors; orchestra.
! $1.50 and up daily. $S to $17.60 weekly.
American plan. White service. Book
let. PAUL C. ROSECRANS, Manager.
Michigan Ave., near Beach. All outside
rooms, open surroundings. Excellent
table. $1.60 up daily, |g to $12.60
weekly. C. S. GiSIiKEN.
HOTEL FRONTENAC * e 0 . n ioo u y c d k s y
from Beach. The most popular section.
Between the two famous piers, central
to all attractions; modern, high class
hotel, as good as the best; capacity 260
Will make very special terms of SB, $lO
$12.60, sl6 up weekly, including large
ocean rooms, metal beds, elevator,
baths, phones, superior table with white
service; table supplied direct from farm;
pure water, sanitary plumbing, porches
overlook the ocean and Boardwalk
Booklet. W. F. WATTS.
HOTEL BORTOS. 18th season. Ocean
end Tennessee Ave. Attractive, home
like hotel; cheerful surroundings. Book
let. E. B. VOORHEES, owner and pro
SCHOOL OF MUSIG
Dr. Markward Will Present Di
plomas at Close of Inter
The annual commencement of Mrs.
M. Pfuhl Froellch's School of Music
will be held to-morrow evening at
Fahnestock hall, the exercises begin
ning; at 8 o'clock.
The graduates are: The, Misses Mil
dred Baker, Lillian Kamsky and Clara
Myers. A short address will be de
livered by the Rev. J. Bradley Mark
ward, of Bethlehem Lutheran church,
who will also present the diplomas.
The program follows: Mendelssohn,
"Midsummer Nights Dream," Clara
Myers, Mildred Baker and Lillian
Kamsky; invocation; Siszt, "Gnomen
reigen," Mildred Baker; Schubert-
Siszt, "Soiree de Vienne," Lillian
Kamsky; Rubinstein, "Staccato
Etude," Clara Myers; address and
presentation of diplomas, the Rev. J.
B. Markward; Chopin, "Polonaise,"
Clara Myers, Lillian Kamsky and Mil
Miss Jessie Hartman
Marries in Pittsburgh
Mr. and Mrs. Elbridge B. Hartman,
of South Thirteenth street, announce
the marriage of their daughter, Miss
Jessie Reed Hartman, to Jacob W.
Bitterman, " r Steelton, Tuesday, June
23, at Pittsburgh, 1.1 the home of the
bride's brother, E. B. Hartman, Jr.
The Rev. Robert Burch Foster, broth
er-in-law of the bride, officiated. Mr.
and Mrs. Bitterman will be "at home"
after July 15, at 437 South Thirteenth
street, following a trip to Niagara
Falls and the Great X^akes.
The bride wore a modish traveling
costume of blue with panama hat,
and was unattended. She has been
a teacher of the Forney school for
some time past and is actively inter
ested in the Stevens Memorial church,
where she is superintendent of the
Junior Epworth League.
Mr. Bitterman is a clerk for the
Pennsylvania Steel company at Steel
TRAVEL TALK TO CLASS
BY MISS AMELIA DURBIN
Harry Kinnard's class of Messiah
Lutheran church wfls invited last
evening to the home of Miss Amelia
Durbin, 717 North Sixth street, and en
tertained with an informal talk on
Hawaii, Japan and China, from which
countries Miss Durbin has recently re
turned after an extensive tour. A
number of interesting curios were ex
hibited and refreshments were served
amid Japanese decorations.
j | IttlEL Of AMERICAN IDEALS j
, r Pennsylvania Avenue, 5
- 18th. And H Streets. E
I E Best Located Hotel in Washington. -
- "Overlooks the White House, -
'within easy access of public
buildings, 6hops, theaters and Z
- points of general and historical =
; interest. > ( j-'t i -
- When ~visiti<ig ' the *"jiation'» -
capital, you should make your -
£ home at the Powhatan, the Ho* -
C. tcl of American Ideals.
; Rooms with detached bitfii :
- 1 11.50, $2.00 and up. ? Z
~~ 'Rooms with private bath,\ -
$2.50, $3.00 and up. =
Write for booklet with map,. i -
E CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, =
~ Manager. ~
1015 N. THIRD STREET
BELL PHONE 102J
Ice Cream, Confections and
Rebuilt, Repaired, Tuned
ET CARR 2141 Pe,m st
. 1. Harrlsburg.
Formerly with the
W. W. Kimball Orican Co., Chicago.
r c^c T k ch repairing
or adjusting, Jewelry cleaning or
repolishlng. take It to
200 MARKET ST.—Rell Plione
Diamond Netting and Engraving.
Non-greasy Toilet Cream —keeps
the skin soft and velvety in rough
weather. An exquisite toilet prep
GORGAS DRUG STORES
10 N. Third lit. and P. R. It. Station
9 CHAS.H. MAUK
4 I Sixth and Kelker Streets •
Larfest establishment. Best facilities. Near to
you as your phone. Will to anywhere at your call.
Motor aertrice. No funeral too small. None too
-xpensire. Chapels, rooms, vault, etc., uaed witk
! uut charts.
Dance at Country Club
For Visitors in Town
Miss Barney, of Nuttley, N. J., and
Miss Williams, of Greenwich, Conn.,
who are visiting Miss Katharine Hart,
were guests of honor last evening at
an informal dance at the Country
Club of Harrisburg, with Miss Ella
Larue Hart, hostess.
. In the party were Miss Mary Spons
ler, Miss Sara Denehey, Miss Kath
arine Gorgas, Miss Sarah McCulloch,
Miss Elizabeth Hurlock, Miss Con
stance Ferrlday, Miss Sara Cooper,
Miss Maude Stamm, Miss Vivian Mer
cer, Miss Isabel Shreineiv Miss Mar
jorie Mercer, Miss Katherine Stamm,
Miss Elizabeth Mercer, Miss Katherino
Mlddloton, Miss Sarah Eldon, of Roar
ing Springs; Miss Noel Westervelt, of
Englewood, N. J.; David Shot well,
Craig Ritchie Smith, William Middle
ton, Arthur Kunkel, Curzon Fager,
Spencer Ross, William Bud Hart,
Minster Kunkel, Robert A. 8011, Rich
ard Robinson, Alexander Gest, Jr.,
Motter Fletcher, Lane S. Hart, 3rd,
William Hurlock, George P. Shotwell,
Franklin Etter, Willard Oenslager,
Russell Hoke, Meade Detweiler, Jr.,
Henry W. Abbott, Nelson Downes,
Richard Hart, John Magee and David
Paxton Valley Club
Is Giving a Lawn Fete
Almost every member of the Pax
ton Valley Club has been assigned
with some special work pertaining to
the completion of plans for the lawn
fete to be held Thursday evening,
July 2, at Paxtang avenue and Derry
streets, on the lawn adjoining the resi
dence of H. L. Holmes.
Hundreds of tickets are being sold
and the various committees are busy
getting together the materials and
equipment necessary for the booths in
which the amusements and other at
tractions will be shown.
The special committee in charge of
this event, includes: Mrs. Bailey, Mrs.
Bealor, Messrs. Birchall, Martin and
Witter. The officers of the club are
Ralph I. Deihl, president; W. Ross
Bealor, vice-president; Mrs. R. M.
For Girls of Sixteen
Two young girls, Miss Margaret
Fisher and Miss Elizabeth Leak way,
happily celebrated their sixteenth
birthdays with a garden party last
evening, at Miss Fisher's home, 711
North Second street. Festoons of
bunting, pennants and gay lanterns
decorated the lawn and cards, music
and dancing amused the guests, with
In attendance were: Miss Mary
Alme Allen, Miss Helen Ferguson,
Miss Florence Rinkenbach, Miss
Getha High, Miss Leakway and Miss
Fisher; George Humble, Elwood Ba
ker, Hudson Booker, Charles Fagcr
and Arthur Hall.
LOCATING IN LANCASTER
Mervin A. Ulyers has returned
home following his graduation from
the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy.
Mr. Ulyers was one of the honorable
mention men of his class. He will
leq,ve for Lancaster this week where
he has accepted a position as prescrip
tion pharmacist in the John Henry
Miller drug store.
DAVIS CHILDREN GOING
TO MAINE SUMMER CAMP
The Misses Helen, Dorothea and
Margaret Davis, daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy M. P. Davis, of 1926 North
Second street, will spend the remain
der of the summer at Camp Wyone
gonic, at Denmark, Maine. Mr. and
Mrs. Davis are going to Clifton Springs
by automobile for their summer out
ATTENDS CLASS REUNION
Miss Jennie M. Mumma, of Derry
street, was at Pequea last evening at
tending a reunion of her class of the
Millersville State Normal School. Miss
Mumma will spend the remainder of
the week with Miss Ella C. Mann, at
HOME FOR THE SUMMER
Miss Amy K. Halfpenny, a teacher
in the children's school at Overbrook,/
is spending the summer with her par- t
erits, Mr. and Mrs. William Halfpenny,
of 36 North Nineteenth street.
Miss Josephine Houser, of Williams
port, is visiting her sister. Mrs. C.
Stanley Boyer, at 30 South Thirteenth
street, for several weeks.
SPENDS SUMMER HERE
Mrs. O. Richard Loewe and small
daughter, Winifred, of Philadelphia,
are visiting the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl A. E. Anderson, 913
South Twentieth street, for the sum
Mr. and Mrs W. Sherman Steele and
daughters, of 1622 §tate street, have
opened their cottage at Mt. Gretna for
Mrs. D. E. Dismukes and Miss Ju
dith Lee Dismukes, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Guy H. Davies at Carlisle,
prior to sailing for Panama.
Miss Lucille Kann, of North Sec
ond street, is spending a day or two
with relatives at White Hill.
Mrs. Mabel V. McClure and son,
Waddell McClure, of Kittatinny street,
left to-day for a month's trip to Bos
ton and Lynn, Mass.
RETURNING FROM EUROPE
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jordan Hall
are in New York city to-day to meet
their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. William
Latta Nevin and daughter, who are
returning on the Imperator after a
trip to Europe.
ATTENDS MEDICAL MEETING
Dr. G. A. Zimmerman city food in
spector has gone to Atlantic City N.
J., to attend the meeting of the
American Medical Association.
THIRD WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Squires
of Paxtang, are in New York city cele
brating the third anniversary of their!
marriage in a fitting manner. _
For Infanta and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
INVITED TO MEET
. MISS ANNE GEORGE
Card Party This Afternoon in
' Honor of Charming Bride
Marguerites and lilies decorated the
George residence, 203 Kelker street,
this afternoon for the card party given
by Miss Gertrude George in honor of
her sister, Miss Anne George, whose
engagement to Harry Geisking was re
c«ntly annonuced. The guests played
five hundred and a supper followed
with appointments of white and gold.
Invited to meet the bride elect were
Miss Elizabeth Dohoney, Miss Helen
Rinkenbach, Mrs. John Geisking, Mrs.
Robert W. Troup, Miss Sara Keil, Mrs.
Edmund M. Deeter, Miss Esther
Gramm, Miss Constance Beidleman,
Miss Florence Phillips, Miss Dorothy
Rlack, Miss Edna Cartwright, Mrs.
rharles S. Troup, Mrs. Armor Snyder,
Miss Edith Troup and Miss Florence
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips
Married Fifty Years
The golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
George E. Phillips, of 640 Briggs
street, was celebrated last evening ut
Chestnut street hall with a large re
Assisting the hosts in receiving
were: Mrs. Harold Carter, Mrs.
Frank N. Robinson, Mrs. Margaret
Middleton, Airs. Lorenzo Taylor, Miss
Lucy Howell, Mrs. James Howard.
The ushers included: Frank N. Rob
inson, Dr. Charles Champton, Dr. Ste
phen Lewis, Harold J. Carter, Charles
Luckett, Dr. Leslie Marshall.
The Kurzenknabe orchestra played
and supper was served at small tables
with decorations of pink prevailing.
Mrs. Phillips has had charge of the
Masonic temple banquets for 22 years
and also cooks for the Explorers' camp
every summer. Among the guests
last evening were twenty prominent
Masons, accompanied by their wives.
Mrs. Phillips wore a striking cos
tume of white net and shadow lace
with touches of pale blue satin.
Surprise the Delmottes
on Wedding Anniversary
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D.
Delmotte arranged a surprise party in
ce'ebratlon of their thirteenth wed
ding anniversary. Roses and snap
dragon decorated the h use at 2214
Forth Second street, and a pleasant
evening was spent in cards, music
A buffet supper was served to the
following people: Mr, and Mrs.
George F. Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Red
secker Bronser. Mr. and Mrs. Dare,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Schmidt, Mr.
and Mrs. Ch. rles Burtnett, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Howser, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Gige, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Frank Bass, Mr. and
Mrs. John Orr, Mr. and Mrs. William
Starkey, Mr. and Mrs. George Dun
ham, Mr. and Mrs. Delmotte.
Spend Pleasant Time
at Cold Spring Cottage
A party of Paxtang ladies went to
Williams' Mills yesterday and spent a
pleasant time at Cold Spring cottage.
Country walks, cards on the porch and
good meals were all thoroughly en-
In the party were Miss Caroline
Smallwood, Miss June Rutherford,
Mrs. George Shaeffer, Mrs. Charles
H. Woehle, Mrs. Frederick Squires,
Miss Ke.iah Rutherford, Mrs. Kirby
Lawson, Mrs. Donald I. Rutherford,
Mrs. Harry F. Eyster, Mrs. Howard
Birchall, Mrs. Howard A. Rutherford.
IIOrSE PARTY AT AQUEDUCT
The guests at a house party given
by Miss Almeda Herman at her sum
mer home at Aqueduct this week, in
clude the Misses Elizabeth Ross,
Dorothy Wallower, Elizabeth Kniseiy
and Ruth Payne, Dana Gurnett, James
Wickersham, Albert Stackpole, Dan
iel Kunkel and DeForrest Lescure.
VISITS IX DETROIT
Miss Elizabeth Bailey who has been
at Eaglesmere several days has gone
to Detroit for a week. She will re
turn in time to sail with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bailey, for
Scotland on July 4.
Mrs. Kate E. Keeseman has just
returned after a visit to Quebec and
Mrs. Edward V. Orsinger has re
moved from 13 South Summit street
to 1202 Bartine street.
Miss Alice Conrad, t>f Hanover, is
the guest of Miss Mary Carroll, of
North Third street.
P. J. Lutz of the Gross- drug store,
who has been seriously ill at his
home, 209 Boas street, is improving
Miss Bridgei. C. Connelly, of North
Third street, is home after a trip to
Emmitsbwrg and Hano/er, Maryland.
Mrs. George P. Barnitz entertained
members of the Harrlsburg Walking
Club at her cottage at Overview, on
Mr. and Mrs. Georce F. Kuhn, of
1829 Logan street, spent yesterday
with relatives at Duncannon.
Miss Mary Jennings, of North Front
street, is home after a trip to Atlan
Miss Mary K. Eoas, of 105 State
street, has returned from Mauch
Dr. Harvey F. Smith, of 130 State
street, attending the American
Medical Association in session at At
Nat Goodwin n* "l'agin" in "Oliver
Twist" —(( reels at the Photoplay to
Mr. and Airs. Addison E. Johnson,
of 1420 Naudain street, announce the
birth of a daughter, Kathryn John
son, Sunday, June 21, 1914.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul G.ndall, of 1612
Forster street, announce the birth of a
daughter, Ruth Anna Gendall, Tues
day, June 23, 1914. Mrs. Gendall was
formerly Miss Ruth Holland, of Fall
River, Mass. ,
Witmer, Bair & Witmer
Seasonable Summer Apparel
Dainty, Cool Summer Dresses—striped, figured and
plain $4.75 to #16.75
Washable Skirts—linen, rep, P. K., and rice cloth,
$3.50, $3.00, #3.75, #5.00, #6.50, #7.50
I W., B. &W. ANNEX, 311 Walnut Street
A Few of the Many Bargains at the Annex
Black and white striped Lawn Dresses—Russian, tunic,
j embroidery collar and cuffs. Special #1.50
White P. K. Skirts with long overskirt and button trim-
I ming. Special #1.25
WITMER, BAIR & WITMER
j 202 WALNUT ST. ' 311 WALNUT ST.
Aged Odd Fellow Dies
at Home of Daughter
John Gramm, 88 years old, a former
burgess of Marietta and one of the old
est Odd Fellows In the State, died yes-
I j terday afternoon shortly after 3
j o'clock at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. 15. Frank Suavely, 105 Calder
I street, after a long illness. Death was
I I due to old age.
Prom 1903 until 1908 Mr. Gramm
served as burgess of Marietta. He was
a member df Donegal Odd Fellows
: Lodge of Marietta. He joined that or
ganization when It was organized fifty
j live years ago. He is survived by his
1 daughter and one son, Samuel E.
Gramm, of Marietta, where the body
will be taken by Undertaker Hoover &
Son for services and burial.
Harrisburg Is a Leading
Banana Eating City
1 People In this city eat more bananas
> during the summer months than they
i do in winter, according to tigures given
out to-day by the local office of the
' United Fruit Dispatch, where records
are kept of every bunch of bananas
brought into this city.
From May 1 to October 1, of last
year, approximately 256,000 bananas
were eaten by people living In Harris
burg and Steelton. During the winter
months 170,000 bananas were used. The
local agent of the United Fruit Dispatch
this morning stated that Harrisburg is
I one of the leading banana eaters in
SAILING OX MINNESOTA
Miss May Lemer of South Front
• street, sails to-morrow in the Atlantic
Transport Minnesota for France, to
spend the summer at her countrty
: place in Normandy.
• Mrs. Cora May Wilson and Alfred
• M. D. Holloway, both of Philadelphia,
■ were married this morning at the par
■ sonage of the Reformed Salem church,
: by the Rev. Dr. Ellis N. Kremer, the
Aigrettes at Half Price
After July Ist the sale of aigrettes will be pro
hibited in this State, although any one having
them in their possession will be permitted to
Our stock includes a number of very choice white
and black aigrettes which between now and July
Ist we will sell at exactly
One-Half Marked Price
This company can offer a most efficient
service, acting as executor or trustee of
estates. Unlike an individual acting as
trustee, the WORK and WATCHFUL
NESS of this institution can never be in
terfered with nor can it be ended by ill
health or death.
It is never on >
It is an act of wisdom and foresight to
appoint this company as executor, trus
tee or administrator, knowing that it will
serve you well for all time to come.
MECHANICS TRUST COMPANY
Capital.. $300,000.00 Surplus .. $300,000.00
ENTERTAINS It. F. O. M. CLUB
Mrs. Mary Hess, of 53"! Muench
street, will entertain the girls of the
R. F. O. M. Chab of the Y. W. C. A. at
her home, to-morrow evening.
REBECCA JOHNSTON'S PARTY
Mrs. Edgar Paul Johnston, who is
summering at the Bitner farm, will
give an informal party next Satur
day afternoon in honor of her little
daughter, Rebecca Johnston.
; COAL PRICES MICE
Going! Going! is your chance
Ito buy Kclley's Broken, Egg,
Stove and Nut coal at 50c reduc
We will fill your bins for next
winter and give you the benefit
of the year's lowest coal prices,
but you must order now.
Don't throw this chance away
to cut down your coal bill. We
; don't lose anything, but you will
, gain something—quality coal at a
r big saving. Order before July 1.
, H. M. KELLEY & CO.
; 1 N. Third St.—loth & State Sts