Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, January 29, 1919, Page 2, Image 2

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Harrisburg Man Wed to
Halifax Girl Last Night
Halifax. Pa., Jan. 29.—A pretty
(tome wedding was held Tuesday
fcvenlng at the home of Jury Coni
imasloper aad Mrs. .Aaron M. Hoff
man, near.Enterl'me, when their eld
est daughter, Olive Almeda, was
married to Varnes Miller, of Har
risburg, by her pastor, the Rev. J.
C. Peasp. The ring ceremony • was
used. The wedding inarch was play
ed by Mrs. L. C. Shott. The bride
was attired in a chiffon broadcloth
traveling suit with hat to match, and
wore a corsage of sweetpeas. The
groom is an employe of the Philadel
phia and Reading Railway.
Gettysburg, Pa., Jan. 29.—Resi-
Bents of air parts of the county are
manifesting a great interest in the
movement, for gopd nlpads. Meetings
are being held in all parts of the
county and organizations effected to
take the matter up with the state
An Aitick of Influenza
Often Leaves Kidneys in
Weakened Condition
Doctors in all parts of the coun
try have been kept busy with the
epidemic of influenza which has vis
ited so many homey.
The symptoms of this disease are
very distressing and leave the sys
tem in a run-down condition. Al
most every victim complains of lame
back and urinary troubles which
shotlld . not be neglected, as these
danger signals often lead to dan
geroiis kidney troubles. Druggists
report a large sale on Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, which so many people
say soon heals and strengthens the
kidneys after an attack of grip.
Swamp-Root, being an herbal com
pound, lias a gentle healing effect
on 'the kidneys, which is almost im
mediately noticed in most cases by
these who try it. ' Dr, Kilmer'& Co.,
Bingiiamton, N*. Y., offer to send a
sample size bottle of Swamp-Root,
on receipt of ten cents, to every suf
ferer who requests it. A trial will
convince any one who may be In
need of it. Regular medium and
large size bottles, for sale at all
druggists. Be sure to mention the
Harrisburg, Daily Telegraph.
Tills Is How a Sufferer From a
Nervous Breakdown Puts It
"1 consulted my druggists, Mr.
Charles, at Lititz, Lancaster, Pa.,
and upon his advice I bought Tonall
for my nervous breakdown," sa>s
Howard J. Smith, a fanner, aged 35
years, living on R. F. D. No. 1,
' 1 had been weak, lacked appe
tite and could not sleep. By using
Tonall 1 am improved wonderfully.
My wife joins me in giving Tonall
all credit for fixing me up and both
i—commend it for the reason it has
done me so much good. '
This testimonial was given Octc
-26, 1918.
Tonall is sold at Gorgas' Drug
store, Harrisburg, and all leading
c!:ug stores in Eastern Pennsylvania.
Sale starts tomor
row, Thursday, Jan
uary 30, and contin
ues one week, if
quantities hold out.
Annual Shoe Clearance Sale
Everything in this Sale is fresh, dependable merchandise from our own regular stocks.
Typical high-grade Rodney Footwear. The styles are new and the Shoes in every way per
fect and desirable and sizes and widths very nearly complete.
Come the first day if you can. Come whenever you can.
But come and see. You will find many things to please you
Lot 1. .
W omen's Black Kidskin Laced
Boots, with either Cuban or French
heels. Plain toes or with tips, Good
yea.r welt soles. Formerly $6.50 and
Lot 4.
Women's Xut Brown and Mahog
any Calf High-cut Laced Boots, with
military heels. Welted and stitched
;* r Jjoles. Straight tips. Formerly $7.50
- and SB.OO.
$5.85 .
Lot 7.
Women-'s Fine Patent Colt Button
ed Dress-Shpes, dark gray kidskin and
. I'&ht gray Suede laced Boots. Full
French heels and turn soles. Former
ly SIO.OO and $12.00.
Show Windows con
tain a comprehensive
display of the shoes of
fered in this sale. • j
SALE CONDITIONS: No Goods sent C. O. D>. or on Approval. No money refunded, but we will gladly
make exchanges for other sizes or kinds.
Prices Considerably Lower
Than Record Wartime |
Alt. Wolf, Pa., Jan. 29.—The com
bined warm and damp weather of |
the past several days has put the to- •
bacco into excellent condition and I
farmers are now removing it front the
racks and stirpping the weed. Tl.e
result is that last season's crop is (
now beginning to move rapidly, cul- J
tivators fearing to hold it any longer j
because of the steadily decreasing
Growers had been holding out for
some time for last year's war prices,
but are now beginning to sell at al
most any figure quoted by dealers.
They are paying twelve and one
fourth cents, which is, less than half
of the record price o'f tobacco of a
year ago. Tobacco merchants who
cared little whether they pur
chased or not several months ago,
now are eager buyers and every
where in the tobacco-growing sec
tions of York county they can be
found among the cultivators.
Growers, who doubled aipl tripled
their acreage over that of last year
in order to receive the high prices
of a year ago, are not reaping the
big rewards that had been expected.
Dauphin, Pa., Jan. 2 9. —The Mite
Society of the Presbyterian Church
was entertained by Mrs. George W.
Heck at her residence in Railroad
street. After the business session
refreshments were served by the
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Ramsey, Dr.
and Mrs. AA\ P. Clark, Mrs. Sarah
Sponsler, Mrs. Amanda Myers, of
Lebanon: Mrs. George Gilday, Mrs.
Jane Sellers, Mrs. Freeman C. Ger
berich, Mrs. Bertha Hawthorne, Mrs.
AA'illiam Garvetick, Mrs., William
Rodenhaver, of Harrisburg: Mrs.
William Lyter, Mrs. Bion C. AA'elker,
Miss Margaret Brooks, Miss Mary
Umberger, Miss Bertha Sellers, Miss
Elizabeth Poffenberger, Miss Kath
arine Ott, Miss Ma.-y Kline and Miss
Dorothy Kline, Douglass Ramsey,
Faul Gilday and Mrs. George W.
Halifax. Pa., Jan. 29.—The picnic
grove where the Enterline union pic
nic has been held for the. last twen
ty-four years is being cut down and
the grove dismantled.
An Economy
of Nature
Dame Nature provides the rich nu
tritious white meat of the cocoanut
in the tropics; science takes this
bountiful supply and blends it with
pure milk from the New England
pastures result, Benefit Brand
"Sweet Nut" Margarine the new
table luxury and butter's rival ."lsc
a lb. Sold only at Tamsui Tea Co.,
331 Market St., tip 1 flight, Harris
burg, where Benefit Brand Teas,
Coffees and Grocery Specialties are
retailed at wholesale prices.
Look for our store In your town.
Sweet Nut
34 North Third Street
; Lot 2.
\\ omen's Dark Brown Laced Boots,
with wing tips. Medium heels. Good
year welt soles. A sturdy school shoe
for the growing girl. Formerly $6.50.
Lot 5.
Women's Havana Kid and Cordo
Calfskin Laced Boots with either high
<pr low heels. Wing or Straight tips
and welted soles. Formerly SB.OO and
Lot 8.
\\ omen"s Rubber Overshoes, of ex
cellent quality, in a variety of good
fitting styles. Formerly SI.OO.
34 North Third Street
Opposite the Penn-Harris Hotel
Personal and Social Items
of Towns on West Shore.
Elliot AVliarton, of New Cumber- ;
! land, lias gone to Lynn, <>., to attend j
the funeral of ills* llarry I
J AVliarton. |
Last evening the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the New Cum
berland ChurcU of God held a meet
{ ing ut the church.
! The New Cumberland Boy's Bri- [
' gade will organize an orchestra on
Thursday night.
The f}ev. and Mrs. A. R. Ay res, of |
J New Cumberland, were at Carlisle .
this week.
' Mrs. John Hoyer, of New Cumber- j
j land, is visiting at Gettysburg.
Miss Alary Bates. Miss Elsie Bates, j
'Clarence Nissley, AA". Calvin Bates'
| and Allen Bates, all of Florin, spent,
j the weekend with relatives at Shire- >
! Mrs. 'John Attlcks and Mrs; W'iji i
| liam Alticks, of Stcelton, spent*.Sun
-1 day with Mr. and Airs. Landis AV.
j Parks, of Shiremanstbwn.
Mrs. Pemberton Myers, of Carlisle,
i has returned home after spending
; the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
! Isaac McKonley, at Shiremanstown.
j Aliss Edith Zarger has returned to
Shiremanstown after spending the
j weekend at Greencastlp.
| Mrs. D. AV. Wonderly, of High-
I spire; Airs. George L. Romberger, of
j Harrisburg: Air. and Mrs. Harry
] Brinton and Airs. Charles Ebert, of
Mechanicsburg, were recent visitors
at the home of their parents. Air.
and Mrs. J. S. Brinton, at Shiremans
Aliss Freda ICipp has returned to |
her home in Harrisburg after spend
| ing several daps with Mr. and Mrs.
i Russell Kipp, at Shiremanstown. ]
Air. and Airs. Nesber, of York
I Springs, are visiting their son, John
! A. Nester, at Shiremanstown.
Shiremanstown, Pa., Jan. 29.
Mrs. Jacob B. Frey will entertain the
Ladies' Organized Bible class of the
Church of God at her residence in
East Alain street this evening.
Enoln, Pa., Jan. 2 9.—John J. Har
ris. 46 years old, of Columbia Road,
died Sunday evening after an illness
!of two years. He is survived by his
; wife, son, William, and daughter,
; Miss Fern Harris. Funeral services'
* will be conducted at his late' home
lon Thursday. Burial will be in the
j Zion Lutheran Cemetery.
Enola, Pa., Jan. 29.—The library
committee of the Enola P. R. R. Y.
j AI. C. A. have a'dded a number of
' new* books to the already large 11-
1 brary.
I Enoln. Pa., Jan. 29.—Word has
, bee been received here by friends of
J Lieutenant James R. AA'lieelock, a
former leader of the Enola P. It. R.
Y._ AI. C. A. band, now with the Eight
Hundred and Eighth Pioneer Regi
ment of Infantry, of his safe arrival
| across the Rhine river with the army
j of occupation.
MarysvUle, Pa„ Jan. 29.—Walter
* Fortenbaugh, of near' here, suffered
j ft severe fracture of the right leg, di
rectly above th ankle, yesterday,
1 while assisting to unload lumber
from big lumber wagons.
York Qountians
Plant Gardens
Hallani, Pa., Jan..29. —Although I
the season for gardening is still j
some time off, several residents j
in this section of the country Wave i
started to till tlie soil 'and are |
planting onions and peas. The
spring-like weather lias brought ;
about the early gardening. Tlie j
soil appears someAVhat damp for
successful gardening.
Observe Wedding and
Birthday Anniversaries
Aniivllle, Pa., Jail. 29.—0n Sun- j
day the home of Mr. and Mrs. George !
Sliand, „of North Ring street, Avaij |
tlie scene of a happy family gather- |
ing Avhen a triple anniversary AVBS
[celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. George j
i Sliand, Sr., celebrated their birthday |
! anniA-ersaries in addition to their j
thirty-seventh Avedding anniversary.
The Avedding anniversary of their;
son, George Sliand, Jr., and wife was :
also celebrated. The following |
guests Avere present: Mr. and Mrs. I
Geogg Shand, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.
George Shand, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
William Shand and daughter Janet,
Mr. ' and Mrs. Frank Kintzer and
children, Harold and Marion, Mr.
and Mrs. Ira J. Hampton and son
Lynford, Mrs. Nora Hicks, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Hampton, Mrs. Jane
| Beyerle and Misses Fannie Don
moyer and Sarah Shand.
| AA rigUtsvillo, Pa., Jan. 29.—Mar
.tin H- Smith camp, No. 68, Spanish-
I American AA'ar A'eteran, of this place,
have elected and installed the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing year:
Commander, Charles 'C. Beeeher;,
senior vice-commander, James
Townsley: junior Aice-coinmander,
AVilliam Zorbaugli; officer of the day,
i'. Frank Shutter; trustee, C. O.
Beeeher; adjutant, AVilliam B.
|H. Drenning; chaplain, Joseph
| Spense; quartermaster, Captain J.
i Greer; historian. Captain C. K.
Lenig; color sergeant, AValter Fry
be rger.
York Springs, Pa., Jan. 29.—The
| residents of the upper end of York
' county, comprising Washington,
| AA'arrington, Carrol and Dover toAvn
sliips, at a mass meeting on Slon
day evening, formed an organization
in, the interest of good roads. The
folloAving officers were elected: Pres
ident, Howard Ilarbold; secretary,
Curtis Hoopes: treasurer, Emanuel
Paup. Petitions addressed to the
: State Highway Department will be
! circulated.
MifllintoAvii, Pa., Jan. 29.—George
; S. Bulk ley, assistant dairy specialist
,of Pennsylvania State College, un
i der the auspices of the JuniataOoun
!ty Farm Bureau, is addressing Jn
i niata county farmers on dairy sub-
I jects this Aveek. The first meeting
| AVUS held at Mexico yesterday aft
i ernoon, and one in the evening at
! Thompsontown. This afternoon he
I speaks at Port Royal and this eve
| ning at MifflintOAvn.
Enola,' Pa., Jan. 29.—The mem
bers of tlie Men's Bible class of the
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
will hold their annual banquet in
the auditorium of the Enola P. R. It.
Y. M. C. A. on Thursday evening at
6.30 o'clock.
Fashionable Foot
wear for Women,
Young Women and
the Girl at School.
Lot 3.
Women's Fine Pumps and Laced
Oxfords, of Patent Colt, Patent Kid
and Gun Metal C alfskin. Turn soles
and welts. French and low heels. For
merly $6.00 and $7.00.
Lot 6.
Women's Genuine "Munson" Last
Laced Shoes, with uppers of black
glazed kidskin or of tan Norwegian
calfskin with welted soles of oak
leather. Formerly, $9.00, SIO.OO and
.Lot 9.
Women's Finest Hand Sewed F"n 11*
French Heel Laced Hoots in all Patent
Colt, Gray and Brown and Field
Mouse Kid, etc. Some Suede
tops. Our very finest Boots. Formerly
$14.00 and Sls*oo.
A Shine Ticket good
for a shine daily for 30
days, free to every pur
chaser of shoes.
Survives Wounds and Gas At
tacks, but Dies Soon After
Returning Home
Carlisle, Pa., Jan. 29. —Surviving
wounds in battle, llun gas and the
perils of active service, to fall a vic
tim of pneumonia just after reaching
his home, was the fate of Jacob 11.
Bonimer, who died yesterday at his >
home In East Louther street, Carlisle. !
He was 26 years of age and was a na- j
tlve of Alount Holly Springs.
He enlisted at Harrisburg in No- |
vember, 191", and was gassed and
wounded in action in Franet on June
20, 1918. *He was sent back from
the flringline on July 27 and returned
to America on January 11, being sta
tioned at Plattsbnrg Barracks until
January 17, when lie was discharged
and returned to his home here. He
sooq contracted influenza, which de
veloped into pneumonia and caused
his death.
His father, Jacob H. Bommer, and i
two brothers, John Bommer and!
Clarencfe Bommer, of Carlisle, sur
Franklin County Pig Club
Winners Are Announced
l haßskersbarg, ,Pa., Jen. 29.—An
nouncement of- winders of the
annual prizes in the pig clubs of the
county has been made by Farm Agent
Joseph S. Oberle. There are four clubs
in the county and in each club first
■prize was a Baby Bond; sec-
I ond prize, $3 In Thrift Stamps; third
prize, $2 in Thrift Stamps, and fourth
I prize, $1.50 in Thrift Stamps. The
! winner of the first prize in the Scot
! land Club, Eber Cook, had the best
pig in the county and also holds first
I record of all the pigs fed by pig club
1 members in Pennsylvania.
I Frank Beam, winner of first prize
jin the Mowersville Club, had the
I fourth best pig in the state. Other
| first prize winners were: Antrim
i Club, Harold Barr, and New Franklin
j Club, Claude AVingert.
Army Romance Culminates
in Chambersburg Wedding
I C baiultrraburg, Pa., Jan. 23.—A ro
j malice begun while lie was a soldier
j stationed with the Three Hundred and
i Third Battalion, Tank Corps, at .Camp
j Colt, Gettysburg, culminated in the
| marriage here of Charles F. Maes, of
Ciiytnnati, Ohio, and Miss Atabel A.
I Brown, of this place. The ceremony
, was performed by the Itev. I>r. L.
i Walter Lutz at the First United
, Brethren pafsonage.
Dr. R. S. McElwee at
Carlisle on Friday
| Carlisle, Pa„ Jan. 29.—Dr. R. S.
j AlacElweo, assistant chief of the Bu
j reau of Foreign and Domestic Com
] meree at Washington, will be the
speaker at the noon luncheon meeting
of the Carlisle Chamber of Commerce
on Friday, January 31. He will speak
on "Exact Methods in Foreign Com
merce," dfomparing American and
European business methods. Dr.
MacElwee is a member of the Fed
i oral Board on Vocational Education
j ar.d was representative of American
I business interests in Europe t&r
j twelve years. He was a lecturer on
I trade and economics at Columbia Unl
! verslty until called to Washington to
I take up special work for the Bu-
I reau of Commerce.
Wayuesboro, Pa., Jan. 29.—That
! Frank D. Mclntyre, this city, was
1 burned to death early Monday morn
: ing in Baltimore is the supposition of
members of his family and other per
i sons here who have rjjad the Balti
more papers of the death of a man
| there whose description seems to tal
ly with that of the Waynesboro man.
Mtfl'Oß C'-l H ELECTS
, Chninberabiirg, PH., Jan. 29.—The
| annual election of officers of the
I Chambersburg Motor Club resulted in
I the selection of T. Z. Minchait as
president: John 1.. Miller, vlce-presl
| dent, and Horace A, Kotteanip, sec
! retary-treasurer, Mr. Kotteanip is the
only new officer, succeeding' A. M.
j Stager, Sr. A committee of the club
! reported that Borough Council had
i agreed to the placing of silent police
! men at'the more dangerous street lu
| tersections of the borouglt.
I'bumberaburg. Pa., Jan. 29.—The
! local Civic Club at its regular liionth
j l.v meeting on Monday, February 3,
j will be addressed by Dr. William
I Mann Irvine, headmaster of Mercers-
I burg Academy, his subject being
j CbaiuberahurK. Pa., Jan. 29.—Mrs.
| Lydta Bitter, wife of Elmer Hitter,
a prominent farmer, residing near
! here, died following a few days' Ill
ness from influenza and pneumonia.
I She was aged 52 years, and Is sur
j vtved by three children.
Xewvllle, Pa., Jan. 29.—The Rev.
Mr. Glenn,' pastor of the Dickinson
; Presbyterian church, was in charge
of the funeral services of Benjamin
I McKeehan, aged 82. During his en
| tire life he lived on the same farm
I near NewvlHe.
Suburban Notes
Frank Lupfer, of Ilarrisbuig, is
; home on u few days' visit witli his
j father, Israel Lupfer.
Lieutenant W. F. Hall has re
sumed his studies at State College.
I Private Clarence Dolby, of Camp
j Dix, N. J., has been mustered out
of the United States service.
Leslie P. Shumaker was honor
ably discharged from the United
States service at .Camp Dix.
Lieutenant H. AV. Woods, of Platts
burg, N. Y., was honorably discharg
Miss Sarali Bachman, of Middle
town, spent the weekend with
"Kir. and Mrs. Luther Bachman,
of Near Lebanon, visited the for
mer's mother, Airs. Alice Baelinian,
on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Engle, Hum
nielstown-, visited relatives on Sun
Airs. Mae Sholly and daughter
Margaret spent Monday evening at
Heavy Sentences Meted Out
For Driving Autos While
Intoxicated .
Cliniiibcrsburg, Pa., Jan. 29. i
There was some surprise in Frank-j
lin county argument court when two'
men who pleaded guilty to operating!
their automobile while intoxicated,
were given jail sentences besides I
large lines by Judge AV. Rush Gil-i
lan. such offenders escaped!
with the payment of tines, but two!
who acknowledged their guilt were
sentenced to thirty days' Imprison
ment and were severely reprimanded i
by the court.
I Albert Henry, of McConneisburg, j
after pleading guilty, xvus sentenced'
[to serve thirty days in the county'
'jail and pay a fine of S2OO. C. A.
IDetrich, of State Line, ulso received'
I the thirty day* sentence and was I
! fined $175.
Three stock dealers who brought!
cattle into the state and county
without the proper certificates of*
| health were also sentenced following!
the entrance of pleas of guilty. Royj
Stover, of Kauffman's Station, anil;
[John -Myers, of AA'aynesboro, were
jeacli fined sls anjl costs, and 11. E. j
I Rebert, of Litttestown, Adams COUP- 1
! ty. $76 and costs. Rebert had com-!
j liiltted the same offense twice.
Sentence upon,AA'illiam D. Moore.
I of Greencastle, a 72-year-old colored
man, who pleaded guilty to furnish
i ing liquor to a man of known in
j temperate habits,- was suspended
j after a reprimand by Judge Gillun.
Meclianleslmrg, Pa., Jan. ">9
Yesterday afternoon a government
truck i\l.li another attached by cable
and separate drivers passed through
1 M.r" a, < B °l"? up Main st,eet "fuck
' e . of A. S. Jacobson.
!wJ./£ Wa , S S tandh, K along, the curb,
clb lof D B ' nß aVOSS ,he "Wt tlie
wheei of V rear truck caught the
AA heel of the automobile, turning it
entirely around and crump ed the
I 4 "ambrmliurg. Pa.. Jan *u
I trainrider arrested in- ** i~ \
I Vaiip,. n„n TY, b> Cumberland
| Aallej Railioad Detective C. e Klch
| aidson. of this place, turned out to be
I a des e>'ter from the Army. He is j*!
, cob Alexander, of this place Alex
ander enlisted in the Armv under the
name of Harry Caldwell and de,er -
j ed on January 2, , le
I honorably discharged from the Navv
several years ago f or deserting. '
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A woman deserves as much attention while selecting a blouse
as when she selects a suit or coat. A blouse may mar or enhance
the beauty of her attire. •
Jf§§ While our Blouse Shop is completely stocked with blouses for
all occasions—for dress, for street, for evening and for general
wear —we make it a special point to select for our line only the
choicest of the new models so that when you choose a blouse
here, you are certain to get something that is different —fashion-
able and quite above the ordinary. We would like to have you
visit our blouse shop to study and admire the many new Spring
A few of the new creations that make their debut here are —
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111 collar and hemstltched tucked front, tucked collar and silver gray georgette ||
j panel front. The cuffs are an( j cuffs, scalloped collar crepe, adorned with cut §g|j
I|l frilled to match the collar. and cuffs and plain. One steel beads. The other is if
gal In maize, flesh and coral. model has collar and cuffs a pleated georgette blouse jg!
|~f| An exceptional value and edged with Irish hand with surplice of filet lace,
1( superb quality. crochet lace. lending slender lines.
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JANUARY 29, 1919. *
Blaln, Pa., Jan. 29.—Literary So
ciety will bp held on Friday evening '
at Sandy Hill schoolhouse, In Madi-|
son township. The question for de
bate Is: "Resolved, That the rati- I
roads should be owned and con- i
trolled by the United States govern- I
ment, The speakers on the affirma
tive side are Clair Gray and Frank *
Killer; negative, Mr. Brlggs and Hor
ace Sheaffer.
Bluill. Pa.. Jan. • 29.—Influenza *
has broken out badly in the vicinity ,
of Falling Springs, where four neigh
bor families are all down with the I
Real Economy In Fuel
Will Save You Money
Looks like Anthracite Coal, ignites
easily, but does not burn out quickly
will give you as much heat as two tons of
anthracite or two cords of wood.
After using this coal you will not care to
use any other kind.
n . t>c t No Coal Cards
?"ff' 'y! i °" Needed to Pur-
Half Load, $4.70 chase This Coal
I To Quickly Remove
j • Ugly Hairs From Face
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Beauty Notes
I Beauty-destroying hairs are sooi
banished from the skin with the al<
of a delatone pa§te. made- by mix
t Ing some water with a Uttle plait
powdered delatone. This is spreai
! upon the hairy surface for 2 or I
S minutes, thou rubbed off and th*
I skin washed to remove the remain
i ing delatone. This simple treatmefl
I banishes every trace of hair ant
leaves the skin without a blemish
Caution should be used to be cer
tiiin that jt is delatone you buy. .