Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, September 05, 1919, Page 8, Image 8

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Miss May B. Hershey and Le-
Roy O. Holler Are United
in Marriage Wednesday
The marriage of Miss May B.
Hershey, daughter of A. E. Hershey,
of Hershey, and Leroy O. Holler, of
Hummelstown, was solemnized
Wednesday, September 3, at the
home of the officiating clergyman,
the Rev. A. R. Ciippinger, 1602
Grand avenue, Dayton, Ohio.
The bride wore a traveling suit
of navy blue with hat to harmonize,
and a corsage bouquet of bride
roses. She was attended by Mrs. A.
R. Ciippinger, wiio wore rose taupe
velour with hat of rose and a
bouquet of Ophelia roses.
Following the ceremony a wed
Wedding Flowers
Plant Decorations
If it lias to do with !;
Flowers or anything that |>
> "grows," consult us—
Locust Street at Second
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Dinner Eridny Evening, Sept. 5
Stouffer's Restaurant
4 TV. Court St. 5 to 7.30
Clnni Chowder
Deviled Crab—Breaded l.anib Chop
Fried Halibut—HonM Beef
Minified or Hash Browned Potatoes
I.lmn lieuns—Stewed Tomatoes—
lee Cream, Pie or Pudding:
Coffee, Tea or Cocoa
ROBINSON'S | 3rd and Broad ROBINSON'S | 3rd and Broad
Opening a New
in the Basement
The carpenters and painters have just turned our basement into the lightest
and cleanest basement in the city. We have filled every nook and corner with
new and interesting housefurnishings of every description. Everything is marked
at the usual uptown savings.
To the opening of this new department you are cordially invited. A num
ber of very useful everyday articles are marked away below their regular prices
for this opening day. A few are listed to give you an idea of the extraordinary
_J2L_ j Linoleum
J ""79<' ! Special One Day Sale Jfe sSTssl
D ozen Regular 82.00 and $3.00 Values i—base, liard-
Quality Brand Aluminum Ware Guaranteed 20 Years \h wood, tile and
Mri •, At Prices Lower Than Enamel Ware! I JKS fancy designs,
Illte The Seven Best Selling Cooking Utensils P er •
UllinH 3 Opening Day Tomorrow, Saturday | ® 87^
9-in. Plates, h ) (Ml
Berry Dishes, U igv. . J dgj Slaw Cutters
Open Sugar one knife, 16
Pail V\r> , 1, i [ Don't fail to visit tills new If] a Window
tip- Q *"'l J . . HfQa Screens, 39c
var.-zed Water * "• 3ra> — ' -co-SStsuor. 25^
In J& .. 24 inch Suit
Kobuisorrs wm
Tub, hinges,
$1.19 Uptown Department Store $1.69
Belsinger's 15 Day Half Price Sale Now On
We arc holding this sale for one purpose, namely, to get more people acquainted with
our new headquarters and with Belsinger high-class service.
1 At the same time we are \\\\\jjl//////
. /~\ n n offering this half price in- /
/ UII ducement to give our old and \X
• / Ppcrnlfir tunit y to £ et l . he glasses^hey
/,r"ii need at a considerable saving. $:
/ "Pi * Every Frame and Mount
/ Jr pYMPP ing in Our Store at Exactly
LA Off Regular Price.
We urge you to come in
early because there will be '////ll\\\>
many appointments during this sale and the earlier you come the better for you. We
want to take care of all those who wish to participate in this offer, and therefore, urge you
to come as early as possible. Special prices on all lenses during this sale.
39 North T O RP T Penn-Harris
Third Street fj. O. Hotel Building
ding- breakfast was served by Mrs. |
Mr. and Mrs. Holler left on a
brief trip to Chicago. On their te- |
turn they will reside at the home j
of the bride in Hershey. Mr. Hoi
ler is engaged in the coal business [
in .Hummelstown.
An interesting incident connected !
with the wedding is that all mem- I
bfcrs of the wedding party are grad
uates of Lebanon Valley College.
The bride, the matron of honor and '
the officiating minister were mem- j
bers of the class of 1905.
Colonial Men and Women
Honor Guests at Party
In compliment to the Colonial
men and women who assisted Heist
Culp, of Old Orchard, at the Kipona
celebration on Labor Day, Mr. ami
Mrs. Heist Culp entertained at their
home. Mr. Culp represented George
Washington on one of the floats. An
enjoyable evening was spent and a
buffet supper served at a late hour
to Mr. and Mrs. Loßoy Cooper, Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace Haertter, Mr. and
Mrs. w. P. Allen, of Philadelphia;
Mr. and Mrs. George Vogt, Miss
Irene Bright, of Millersburg;
Faunce ("ashman and Melwood
Swab, of Elizabethville.
Mrs. William Augustus Heister. o'
1100 North Front street, has Issued in
vitations for the marriage of her
daughter. Miss Matilda Heister, to
Chauncey Clark Baldwin, of Perth
Amboy, X. J., on Thursday, the 18th
of September at half after four
o'clock, at the Heister residence. At
home cards were enclosed for after
the first of November at Market and
Water streets, Perth Amboy, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. James V. Reedy, of
Washington Heights, announce the
marriage of their daughter, Miss Mar
garet M. Reedy, to Joseph R. Tilgh
man, 1000 Green street, at the parson
age of the Allison Memorial Methodist
Episcopal Church, Carlisle, Saturday,
August 30, the Rev. J. E. Skillington
For Terms, Cnll or Write
Roll Phone 4058. 113 Cahler U.
Interesting Program For the
Coming Year Has Been
Activities of the Harrisburg Civic
Club for the coming season, both
business and social, have byen made
public. The program for the year is
one of extraordinary interest, and
many are the treats in store for club
members. The year books foV 1919-
1930 will be ready for distribution in
the near future. Organized in 1898
the Harrisburg Club entered the
.State Federation of Clubs the same
year and was incorporated in 1914.
The members number about 000, in
cluding two life, ten active sustain
ing, and twenty-six honorary mem
bers. Meetings are held at. the club
house, 01'1 North Front street, the
third Monday of every month, from
October to May, at 3.3(1 o'clock in tile
afternoon. Next season's program
October 20—Report of the lly con
tests. Mrs. Solomon Hiney; report of
the annual meeting of the State Fed
eration of Pennsylvania Women at
Seranton. Mrs. Harvey F. Smith; ad
dress, William I. Schaffer, Attorney
General of Pennsylvania.
November 17—"Our Mountaineers,"
Miss Martha Berry, head of the Berry
School at Rome, Ga.
December 15 —"The Characters of
Charles Dickens," Judge John M. Pat
terson, of Philadelphia.
January 19—"Americanization." E.
E. Bach. Pennsylvania Council of Na
tional Defense.
February 16—Address, Clifford B.
Connelley, Acting Commissioner of
Labor and Industry.
March 15 —Nomination of officers;
address, Thomas E Finegan. State
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
April 19—Annual meeting; presi
dent's reporj; election of officers.
May 17—Social meeting; appoint
ment of standing committees.
Miss Mayre Herbert, of 1502 Penn
street, is spending several weeks in
New Brunswick, N. J., and New York
harjeusbttrg TELEGRAPH:
Italian War Heroes
Entertained by Lodge
The following heroes, recently re
turned from the World War, were
honor guests at a dance and recep
tion given last evening at Chestnut
Street Auditorium: Lio Vincenzo,
Miceli Gerardo, Circillo Srancesco,
Lanza Eugenio, Bugho Giovanni, Li
Rose Guis'.ppe, Acri Leonardo, Aci't
Michele, Cademartoli Guiseppe and
Aladino G. Battlsta.
The affair was under the direc
tion of the Loggio Carlo Alberta
No. 212, Ordlne Figli D'ltala, with
a "committee including L. A. Conic
and A. Maucinelli. The Maucinelli
orchestra played for the dancers,
among whom were:
Mr. and Mrs. G. Rughs, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Maucinelli, Mr. and Mrs. I'.
Hughs, Mr. and Mrs. L. Conte, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Levierins, Mr. and Mrs.
N. Cautsne, Mr. and Mrs. A. Conto,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Lio, Mr. and Mis.
L. Pisano, Mr. and Mrs. G. Buch
ignan, Mr. and Mrs. E. Donato, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Shirk. Mr. and Mrs. Joe
La Rose, Mr. and Mrs. A. Magaro,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Do Luca, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Bnrbuscio, Mrs. F. Acri.
Miss Jane Inbrogus, Miss Gertrude
Leckner, Mrs. G. Barbuscio, Miss
Ruta Snyder, Miss Clara Wcntzcl,
Miss F. Leverins, Miss Emma Ma
garo, Miss Anna Magaro, Miss Aura
Mercuria, Miss F. Trombino, Cario
Filippelli, W. Barbuscis, N. Del
Piano, J. Sanlanno, Vincent Trom
bino, A. Filippelli, Guy Magaro, L-.
I. Aladino, Blanki Bross, Mazzini
Pellegrini, J. Gannolli, T. Palese, J.
Forl'.zzo, V. Lalerus, D. Forlizzo, V.
Lio, C. Conte, L. Icri, G. Trombino,
F. Siciltano, E. Lnnga, M. Ocri, M.
F. Marsclo, F. Cireillo, A. Bughs, G.
Cademartoli S. Dellosso, P. Lio, O.
Miceli, F. Inlrogno, F. Magnelli, J.
Mrs. John Y. Boyd Class
Will Meet at "Oakleigh"
The annual meeting of the Mrs. John
"V. Boyd Bible Class of the Pine Street
Presbyterian Sunday School will be
held Thursday. October 2 at Mrs.
Boyd's country home, "Oakleigh." In
vitations are being issued to the
members, who are urged to be pres
ent as the meeting is of importance
in a business way. Two members of
the executive committee are to be
elected at this time. Nominations for
the offices will be made at the regular
monthly meeting, Monday evening,
September 15.
Hummelstown cars leaving the
Square at 4 and 4.30 o'clock will be
met by automobiles at Boyd Road.
The usual social program and general
good time will be enjoyed.
Mystic Embroidery Club
Outing at Paxtang Park
The last of the series of outings I
given by the Mystic Embroidery I
Club, was held yesterday at Pax-*j
tang Park. The afternoon was I
pleasantly spent and ham and eggs I
served in the open as a novel change !
from the usual picnic supper. The
members and guests included: Miss
Anna Wilson, Miss Blanche Meloy,
Miss Olga Meloy, Miss Alfaretta
Horting, Miss Jane Horting, Miss
Sara Mae Harr, Miss Mary Bech
dolt, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Meloy,
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Horting, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry L. Heicher, Mrs.
Wilmer Crow, Mrs. David W. Fisher,
Mrs. W. W. Stewart, Mrs. Cora
Ewing Harr and Mrs. Lee Izer.
Miss Josephine Ebersole was hostess
at a week-end houseparty at the
Willows Cottage. Overview, in com
plement to Harold J. Weeks, a for
mer lieutenant In the Ordnance De
partment at Mtddletown, who was en
route from his home in Exeter, N. H„
to Portland, Ore. The guests were
Miss Nelle Ebersole, Mrs. Anna W.
Eberefle, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Eber
sole, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wise, Leßoy
Coons and Harold J. Weeks.
Miss Tillie Williams entertained
the members of the "Merry Hearts"
at her home, 1600 North Fifth
street, Wednesday evening. A pleas
ant evening was spent in games and
contests, music and dancing. Re
freshments were served to Miss
Edith Marcus, Miss Helen Freidman,
Miss Pearl Colin, Miss Lena Jossel,
Miss Helen Handler, Miss Louise
Veaner, Miss Mildred R. Baturin,
Miss Mildred Cown, Miss Tillie Wil
At a delightful family dinner
given recently by Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey H. Attick at their home, 230
South Fifteenth street, the
engagement of their daughter. Miss
Anna Lillian Attick to Edwin A.
Killheffcr, of New Cumberland, was
announced. Mr. Killheffer, who has
just returned from overseas, is an'
employe of the McFarland Printery.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucius J. French, of
Los Angeles, announce the marriage
of their daughter. Miss Carrie
Marie French, to Paul Froehlich,
Wednesday, September 3, at Wash
ington, D. C. Mr. Froehlich is a
lion of the late John Froehlich,
formerly of 910 North Third street,
and is employed in the Bureau of
Markets, Department of Agriculture.
Washington, D. C.
Miss Lctitia Craig. 1517 Walnut
street, is home after a trip through
[ New England, where she visited Prov-
I idence, R. 1., Bridgeport, Conn., Cam
i bridge, Lynn, Boston and Mcdford,
Mass. On the return trip she stopped
at New York and Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. John Yoey have
returned to their home in Phila
delphia, after a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Leiby, ©f 306 North
Second street.
B. F. Bliss, a member of the ac
counting firm of Callihan, Bliss and
Company, left to-day on a two
months' business trip to Illinois.
Mrs. Bliss and daughter, Miss Mar
that Bliss, will visit friends and
relatives in their former home,
| Springfield, 111.
Miss Elizabeth Howard, Miss Lois
Coons, Miss Virginia Ferrer, Vernon
Ncwswanger, George Wolford Qulg
ley and Harold B. Martz, left this
| afternoon to join a weekend house
party at Mount Gretna.
~"~" , @te£STORK
IA ii announcement under ihit head in:
; muil be accompau'erl bv nu me to QMIK*
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Fager,
! of 1123 Green street, announce the
birth of a daughter, Friday, August
I 29. 1919, at the Keystone Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Jury, of
I 1)213 Green street, announce the
i birth of a daughter, Anna May Jury,
I Wednesday, August 27. Mrs. Jury
j was formerly Miss Daisy Mortorff,
of Palmyra.
Appears Before Gathering of
Artists at National Ameri
can Musical Festival
Miss Sara Lemer, the well-known
local violinist, appeared in concert,
on Monday afternoon, at the Na
tional American Musical Festival be
ing held this week at Lockport, N.
Y. Accompanied by J. Warren Erb,
at the piano, she gave the following
"Caprice for Violin Alone," by
Theodore Spiering; "Waves at Play,"
by Edwin Grasse; "Wah, Wah Tuy
see (Little Firefly)," by C. Wake
field Cadman; "From the Cane
brake," by Samuel Gardner.
After her appearance Monday,
word was received that Mrs. Ed
ward MacDowell, wife of the latfe
composer, was ill and unable to ap
pear on to-day's program, as had
been planned. Miss Lemer was im
mediately engaged to substitute for
Mrs. MacDowell. Gaylord Yost, the
well-known violinist, will appear at
the same time.
The Lockport Union-Sun and the
Lockport Jourlrsl, both made fav
orable mention of Miss Lemer's
playing. The latter said of her:
"Miss Lemer's playing was marked
by good intonation, freedom of exe
cution, and musicianly interpreta
This festival, lasting all week,
brings together artists of note from
all over the country. Nothing but
American compositions are per
mitted to be given, making the event
most interesting and unique.
Miss Sachs to Entertain
at Penn-Harris Tonght
Miss Mary Sachs will entertain
this evening, in one of the private
parlors at the Penn-Harris, in cele
bration of the close of the first year
of the Sachs organization. Her
guests will be members of the or
ganization and those who have as
sisted her.
A buffet supper will be served at
10.30 o'clock, to about 4 0 guests.
Preceding the supper hour the
Penn-Harris orchestra will play a
number of selections and Miss Sachs'
two publicity men, Frank E. Fehl
man, president of the Churchill-Hall
Advertising Syndicate, and Harold
J. Barrett, of the same organization,
will speak on up-to-date retail
business methods.
Miss Sachs has arranged this an
niversary celebration as a means to
show in a minor way her apprecia
tion of the support given her by
those who will be her guests .this
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Yeager, 237
North Fourteenth street, have nn
nonuced the engagement of the
daughter. Miss Esther Marie Yeager.
to George W. Schillinger, 112 South
Fourteenth street. No date has been
set for the wedding.
The monthly meeting of the Blue
Triangle Club of the Y. W. C. A. will
be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock in
the club rooms. The president urges
every member to be ' present.
(Additional Social Page 15)
Now Murray Hill Turkish Batlis
On account of the confusion
bro.-ght about by associating the
names Penn-Harris Turkish Bath
with the Penn-Harris Hotel, the
name of the former has been
changed to the Murray Hill Turkish
Bath. The location will remain the
same, Russ Building, 13 North Mar
ket Square.—Adv.
WE are told that in England a bead craze is sweeping the country.
Women appear in the streets with long strings of Jet and amber
reaching below the hems of their skirts. All we can say is, "Pre
serve us from such a fate!" But that doesn't mean that wc dislike beads.
No, indeed! On the contrary, we are quite partial to them and we orHy
wish that every woman and girl in the country were fortunate enough to
possess a bead necklace such as the French and the "boys" in the hos
pitals are making. Everyone has seen them and kr.-ows just how pretty
they are. And everyone will be delighted to learn that looms, materials
and instructions for making them can all be obtained at the Art and Gift
Shop, 105 North Second street, where you will also find a beautiful assort
ment of Venetian beads.
DID you ever hear the old Greek
tale of Jason, who sailed away
to find the golden fleece?
It is just one more story typifying
the troubles wc ofttimes encounter
when l we start on a search for the
things we most desire. And for
some reason Jason always reminds
me of the gift seeker who sets forth
in an apparently vain effort to pro
cure just the proper thing. So
many people are afflicted with that
peculiar trouble. They rush madly
hither and thither and never seem
to find the type of gift that satisfies;
that is, they never do unless they're
wise en-ough to visit the Saltzgiver
Art and Gift Shop, 223 North Sec
ond street, where the attractive
bookends, sconces and candlesticks
are in themselves enough to settle
all difficulties.
YOU'VE all seen Sterno stoves, haven't you? But how many of you
have'seen- the newest "canned-fuel" stove, the Theroz? It Is so far
superior to the old type that a comparison is almost foolish. With
It, special cooking utensils are unnecessary—Just use the kettle, pot, pan
or percolator you now have. Place it on the tripod stand, then slip a can
of Theroz Fuel beneath it and apply a match. That is all you need to
do. This quickest, hottest and safest emergency fuel—-used extensively
by the United States and Canadian Governments during the World War—
will do the rest. For you who live in roominghouses or for the girlie at
boarding school, a Theroz outfit is absolutely indispensable. Do I hear
you say, "But where can I get one?" Why, at the Potts Drug Store, Third
and Herr streets. And they're extremely Inexpensive, the stoves costing
2D cents and the fuel 15 cents a can.
SOME day—let us hope that it is
not far off —shoes are going to
take a drop in price. But, until
they do, we must make the best of
the matter and see to it that wo
receive good value for the rather
large sum of money we spend in
shodding our feet. We don't mind
paying from ten to fifteen dollars
for shoes if they only wear well.
And that is exactly what those you
purchase at Paul's Shoe Shop, 11
North Fourth street, are guaranteed
to do. At present, Mr. Paul is
showing a snappy assortment of
brown kid and calf boots with high
Isjuis and Cuban, as well as mili
tary. heel. And will they give good
service? Well, Just try them and
Weds Returned Soldier
in United Brethren Church
In the Derry Street United
Brethren Church, yesterday morn
ing Miss Ruth M. Fasnacht, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fasnacht.
of this city became the bride of
I Robert E. Hartz, son of former Post-
I master and Mrs. Frank E. Hartz. of
! Palmyra. The ceremonw was per
j formed by the Rev. Dr. A. J. Lyter,
pastor of the church, of which the
bride was an active member, in the
presence of members of the im
mediate families.
Miss Violette Cassel, a cousin of
the bride, of Hummelstown, presid
ed at the organ during the cere
mony, which occurred at nine
o'clock. Miss Janet Sprenkle. of
York, attended the bride and Roy
Fasnacht, a brother of the bride,
was best man.
A wedding breakfast was served
|at the Fasnacht home, following
| which the young couple left on a
wedding trip at the conclusion of
which they will establish their
"home at 307 South Eighth street,
Lebanon, which has been newly
furnished for them.
The bride Is a graduate of Mil
lorsville State Normal School, class
of 1915. Mr. Hartz is a graduate
of Lebanon Valley College, Annville,
and only recently returned from
overseas duty with the 9 4th aero
squadron, U. S. A., filling the duties
of corporal. He is at present hold
] ing a clerical position in the Leba
j non offices of the Bethlehem Steel
Entertain at Dinner
For Out-of-Town Guests
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Allen, who have
returned to Philadelphia after a viait
with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace B. Haert
ter. of Old Orchard, were honor guests
at a dinner party gvon by Mr. and
Mrs. Haertter. The guests were Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
I.eßoy Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Heist
Culp„ Mr. and Mrs. Carl (lumber, Mr.
and Mrs. George Vogt, Miss Jrene
Bright, of Millcrsburg: Miss Claire
Haertter, Melwood Swab, of Eliza
bethville; Faunce Casliman and
Charles Cohen.
The two new secretaries appointed
at the Harrisburg Y. W. C. A. will
enter upon their work next week.
They are Miss Saida Hartman, secre
tary of the industrial department of
which Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones is
and Miss Ruth Todd, sec
retary ior girls' work. This is a new
department with Miss Todd as its
first secretary and is growing rap
idly. Miss Mary Hoffer is chairman
of the department.
Mrs. Samuel Arnold Watts and
Miss Irma A. Watts have returned
from a trip through Colorado,
Wyoming and Utah.
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Myers and
children, Adrienne, Elizabeth and
Jack Myers, have returned to their
home, 2009 North Third street, af
ter a stay in Winchester, Virginia,
where they were registered at the
New Hotel Jack.
The Harrisburg Academy
Founded in 1784 and chartered in
1809. The Harrisburg Academy has
maintained an uninterrupted corpo
rate existence. For several years the
school hns gtaduated twenty-five to
thirty young men. all of whom haic
continued their studies in a score or
more of universities and professional
schools. The school reopens for its
136 th year of service with the strong
est teaching staff and the largest en
rollment of pupils, in its history.
Additional class room facilities have
been provided for the increased en
rollment. There will be no military
uniforms used this year. Calisthenics
and outdoor sports will be substituted
In the place of military drill. Build
ings are open for inspection and clas
sification of pupils. The prospectus
for 1919-21) Is sent upon request.
September 22, 9 a. m., organization
of lower school.
September 23, 9 a. m„ lower school
September 23, 9 a. m., new boys
register and classify.
September 24. 9 a. m.. Academy
TIME was when we never drank
coffee at our house. We always
kept it on hand for our guests,
but, as for drinking it ourselves—
well, we just didn't care for it at
all. But those days have passed
ar/d I humbly accept the blame for
the change that has recently taken
place. It all came about because I
started to visit the Grand Union Tea
Company, 208 North Second street.
Then one day I bought a pound of
their celebrated coffee and took it
home. Wo all swallowed a sip, just
to see if it really was as good as is
claimed, and—we've been drinking
it ever since! Truly, it's delicious.
Nothing coud be better. Everyone
who has ever tasted It never tires
of singing its praises, and to offer
them any other brand is useless.
AND now wo greet the Miss
Manhattan suit! Art truly we
can say, "I'm pleased to meet
you," Indeed, It requires no effort
at a'l to utter those words after hav
ing seen the stunning garment of
mahogany velour hanging in the
Cloos Shop, in tho Penn-Harrls
building, Of exceptional style and
quulity, it dsplays a discreet amount
of self embroidery, a narrow* belt
effect and a collar to be worn either
high or low, It is cleverly trimmed
with buttons and the rich, brocaded
lining is almost too lovely to hide.
But, then, it must be beautiful in
order to reach the standard set by
the rest of the suit,
SEPTEMBER 5, 1919.
By Associated Press.
Par!., Thursday, Sept. 4.—Premier
Cletronceau received Herbert Hoover,
director general of the International
Relief Organization, before the let
ter's departure for ondon to-day. and
tdd him that the French government
appreciated his services for the com
mon cuuae since the beginning of the
war. The premier also discussed with
Mr. Hoover the general economic sit
uation and measures which will bring
about a resumption of normal com
mercial activity and a restoration of
the economic balance.
By Associated Press.
niols. France, Thursday. Sept. 4. —
Delegates representing 110,000 farm
ers in Central and Western France.
In sssion here to-day. protested
against "arbitrary measures to reduce
I the cost of living of which the farm
iers are alone the victims;" denounc
ed all "measures for fixing prices, real
lor disguised." and asked that on all
Icommlttees charged with establishing
i selling prices of foodstuffs farmers
should have the same representation
as consumers.
First Farmer —"How do you find
your new hired man, Ezry?"
Second Farmer—"l look In the
shade of the tree nearest his work."
—Buffalo Express.
| Cull ut tliU l.lve Millinery
i Shop and kpc the up-to-fhe- j
minute styles in Fall Hats, i
We have n charming dlwpluy
to whow you.
I Wo ore up town nway from
high rentM and bin rxpenNCN
I anil iflvr you the benefit In
Betty Lend Shop
I Open Evenings Dntll BP. HI. j
i having returned from the
Army, announces the reopen
ing of his offices at
1409 Market St.
5 Why "Lookers" j
? Are Welcomed ?
fi #
a When I was in New York recently I dropped "
; into the establishment of a dealer in high priced ft
() paintings and spent a delightful half hour stroll- •
Z ing through his gallery. v
a There were beautiful landscapes by Symons, ;
; Scofield, Redfield and other prominent Atneri- ft
Q can painters. There were stirring marines by i
Z Paul Dougherty and Waugh. There were
" wonderfully convincing portraits by Cassatt, ft
ft Mora and Benson. lam no connoisseur but I en- •
• joyed that exhibit. v
I The proprietor accompanied me, pointing out ;
v the beauties of the various paintings. Of course 0
n I had no intention of buying and I felt guilty at A
• taking his time. So I explained that Iwas not •
U a prospect. V
v "I didn't imagine you were," he replied. "But U
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Monday, September Bth
Courses lit Theory, Harmony and Musical History required for
graduation with diploma.
101 Rons Street. Phon 1129-R.
Mrs. M. Pfuhl Froehlich's
203 State Street Harrisburg, Pa.
Term of 1919-1920 Began
A complete graded course in piano playing, theory, harmony
and history of music. Diploma upon graduation.
Those desiring to enroll may apply at any time by mail or In
person on and after August 29, between 10 o'clock A. M. and
6 C lock P. M. • Bell telephone' 1543-R.
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