Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, October 27, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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Mrs. George B. Stewart, of Au-
Jtmrn, N. Y. t spent a short Ume with
'Mrs. Frank Witman. North Front
street, going from there to Duncan-
Mo to visit relatives for the week
end. She leaves for Baltimore this
Week. Mrs. Stewart was formerly
Miss Ella Hart, of this city.
Dr. Roy A. Dodge and his sister, Miss
Violet Dodge, of Omaha, Nebraska, are
spending several weeks in this city as
the priests of Mr. and Mra C. T. Fleck,
J2 Verbeke street.
Cut flowers and plants for
weddings, social occasions, fnn
leral flowers and flowers for the
BELL 3799-M
The Berry hill
Shame Him! Shun Him!
The man who spits promiscuously on the floor,
in the street, etc., is a MENACE to your children
and to you.
Don't Shame Him! Don't Shun Him!
The man who spits in his handkerchief or uses a
sputum cup is a PROTECTION to your children
and to you.
Anti-Tuberculosis Society of Harrisburg
and Vicinity
City Library Building, Harrisburg, Pa.
o Don't Look Stouter
| Than You Are
Many women in their forties and later i
U begin to lose their slim, youthful lines.
0 But what a mistake it is to settle back with
rjn a sigh and say: "Oh dear, Tm growing 8
]* fat. What is the use of trying to camou• 0
flage the fact? Any old duds will do for J
0 me now." j
a Extra weight can be so manipulated as
to be far from unbecoming. I have taken
0 women weighing around 180 pounds—
-5 carefully fitted gown to them and have
fj succeeded in apparently subtracting 20
!• pounds from their weight. It's all in the
g line. A long, graceful contour can be se
-0 cured through a careful study of the sub
-4) ject. Color and pattern, too, play their
J Part.
. My Staff takes genuine pride in prop
-0 erly dressing women who are inclined to
0 be stout. Let us show you what we can
a do for you.
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Garage Records
And Supplies
Every automobile storage and repair plant must
have a garage, record for keeping data of cars as
required by the recent Act of the Pennsylvania
Legislature. State Inspectors will shortly check
up in accordance with this law. Manufactured by
this company in either bound book or loose leaf
style in form as prescribed by State authorities.
Write us and place your order early.
We can furnish any printed forms, tags or record
sheets you may desire.
The Telegraph Printing Co.
Plate Printing and Die Stamping
Harrisburg, Pa.
Young Girls Meet Guest
of Miss Virginia Bishop
Miss Alice Black, of Paris, Texas,
a student of Bishopthorpe Manor
and school" friend of Miss Virginia
Bishop, is her guest at 3003 North
Front street. Miss Bishop gave a
pretty little tea for Miss Black on
Saturday afternoon at her home,
where autumn flowers prevailed in
the decorations.
Miss Winifred Meyers and Miss
Nell Payne poured tea and choco
The following young girls were
present: Miss Alice Virginia Cooper,
Miss Mary Cooper, Miss Katharine
Rutherford. Miss Lucy-Ord Kemper,
Miss Mary Louise Hubley. Miss
Sarah Bailey, Miss Elizabeth Harris,
Miss Alice Black. Miss Florence
Burtnett, Miss Ruth Dowdell, Miss
Mary Estelle Thomas and Miss
Clarabelle Geiger, of Mechanicsburg.
Handsome Wreath $2.50
Beautiful Spray $1.25
Keeney's, 814 N. 3rd St
Church Ceremonies to Be Fol
lowed by Reception in
Civic Club House
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Linford Scott,
of 802 North Seventeenth street, have
issued invitations to the wedding of
their daughter. Miss Ltona Meta Scott,
to Harold Kline Robison on Thursday
evening, November 6, at 8.30 in the
Pine Street Presbyterian Church. The
Rev. Dr. Lewis S. Mudge, pastor, will
officiate, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Ellis
N. Kremer, pastor of the Reformed
Salem Church. A reception will follow
the ceremony at the Civic Clubhouse.
Miss Scott is a graduate of the Central
High School class of 1917. Mr. Scott
is general superintendent of the Har
risburg Manufacturing and Boiler Com
pany and prominent in Masonic circles
and the Harrisburg Rotary Club. Mr.
Robison is a son of William M. Robison,
head of the Insurance Company of Har
risburg in this district He is a gradu
ate of Franklin and Marshall College
and is connected with the central offices
of the company in Philadelphia.
Membership Campaign at
Silk Mill For Y.W.C.A.
There will be a special meeting
to-morrow noon at the Harrisburg
Silk Mill with members of the Indus
trial Committee of the Y. W. C. A.
in charge, and a membership cam
paign for the association directed by
Gustave Koster, manager of the Silk
Mill and Miss Anna Householder.
During a brief program, Mrs. Wil
liam Jennings will speak of the re
cent visit of Queen Elizabeth of the
Belgians to this city, and Miss C.
Wynne Cassel recently returned from
"Y" service overseas, will sing. Mrs.
Mabel Cronise Jones, chairman of
the T. W. C. A. Industrial Commit
ter will speak briefly on advantages
of becoming a member of the Y.
W. C. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown Hosts
to Cape May Visitors
Dr. and Mrs. Draper of Cape May,
N. J., who are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Cassius M. Brown, Brlggs and East
streets were guests at a card party
given by their hosts.
A was served to Mr.
and Mrs. Duffin, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. Sum
ner Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wil
liams, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Stew
art, Mr. and Mrs, David Jenkins. Dr.
and Mrs. Morris Layron, Mrs. Les
ley Marshall, Miss Ida Brown, Miss
Ma ran Brown, Lewis Hill, William
Jcffers of Steelton, and Harry Stew
Dinner, Monday Eve., Oct. 27
Stouffer's Restaurant
4 N. Court St. 5 to 7 30
Bean Soap (Home Style)
Chicken* Au Gratia—Liver and
Breaded Lamb Chop—Roaat Beef
Manhed or Home Fried Potato**
Stewed Corn Stewed Tomatoes
Ice Cream, Pie or Paddlnj?
Coffee, Tea or Cocoa
Optical p|aP
Service mmm
We are graduate Optometrists,
employing the methods taught in
leading optometrical colleges and
practiced by leading specialists. We
are equipped with the finest instru
ments for examining the eyes and
operate our own manufacturing
plant on the premises, all of which
enables us to insure you high-grade,
satisfactory service.
Eyesight Specialist
26 N. Third St.
Schlcisncr Building
Just Arrived
The 1919 crop of New Nuts.
Prices as follows:
Real Jumbo Peanuts, lb. 25c
Soft Shell Walnuts, lb. 50c
Paper Shell Almonds, lb. 50c
Brazil Nuta, lb. 45c
Supply yourself for Hal
Imperial Tea Co.
213 Chestnut Street
"Home of Harrisburg's Best
If You Knew
That Old Coat
Hanging in the Closet Would
Save a Human Life
Would You Be Willing to
Spare It?'
Last winter thousands died of
exposure In Armenia.
The American people are urged
to send all kinds of old clothing to
the Near East Relief Warehouse,
135 West Seventeenth Street, New
York City.
Can you not make up a bundle
of what you can spare in your own
home and express it direct to New
York in time to sail November 15
on the Special Old Clothes Ship.
For further information, in
Red Cross Headquarters
Young Folks Spend Happy
Evening in Country With
Games, Music, Supper
Mrs. William P. Quigley and Miss
Elsie Pressley chaperoned a happy
party Saturday evening at the Per
dix cottage of Walter Mehaflle. The
guests who wore most attractive
masquerade costumes enjoyed an
evening of games, music and danc
ing followed by refreshments.
In attendance were: The Misses
Ruth Singleton, Viola Sweager,
Mary Showers, Evelyn Howard,
Ruth Lynn, Mary Sweager, Mary
Rodenhaver, Mildred Quenzler, Ma
bel Clemm, Antonia Helf, Kathryn
Griffen, Pearl Halbarde, Mabel Pot
teigcr, Helena Mentzler, Mary Mc-
Clain, Margaret Young, Lauretta
Geist, Evelyn Sloop, Elsie Pressley,
Mrs. Quigley, Laurence Evans, Wal
ter Mehatlie, Millard Geist, Richard
Johnston, Warren Cless, Charles
Long, Morris Mentzler, Howard
Swartz, Charles Clement, George
Fleck, Robert Doblin and Ralph Mc-
Story Tellers to Meet
at Home of President
A reguflar monthly meeting of
the Story Tellers League will be
held to-morrow evening at 7.30
o'clock at the home of the presi
dent, Mrs. David J. Reese, 237 Wood
bine street, instead of at the Public
Library building. Halloween stories
will be told and a Halloween frolic
enjoyed. The story tellers will be
Mrs. Anna Hamilton Wood, Mrs. W.
J. Stewart, Mrs. Chester Stineman
und Miss Grace Mickley.
This meeting is for both active
and associate members and plans
for an enjoyable time are being made
by the entertainment committee
comprising Miss Khedna Mayor, Mrs.
Anna Hamilton Wood, Miss Alice
Cusuck and Miss Tielen G. Alleman.
Oak Troop No. 4, Girl Scouts of
Stevens Memorial Methodist Episcopal
Church will hold a meeting this evening
at 7.30 o'clock at the church, to which
all members have been requested to
bring any musical instrument they can
play, also popular music. The troop
hike, to have been held last Saturday
atlernoon was postponed.
Mrs, George B. Kunkel, .of 118 Lo
cust street, is spending several days
In Lock Haven, her former home.
Miss Jean Thome, of 112 Boas
street, is leaving early in November
for a trip to Birmingham, Ala.,
where she will visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson F. Paget, of
Rochester, N. Y., are guests of their
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Hummel Ir
vine, of Green street, for a week or
Miss Charlotte Rogers went home
to Canandaigua, N. Y., last evening
after a week's stay among old
friends here.
William B. Houser and small son,
Carroll F. Houser, of Elmira, N. Y.,
are in the city for a little visit among.
old friends.
Dr. E. M. Green, superintendent of
the Pennsylvania State Hospital, is
home after attending a conference
of Superintendents of Hospitals for
the Insane held in Pittsburgh. He
visited relatives in Danville, Ky., be
fore coming home.
Mrs. R. E. Lee Wildman has re
turned to this city after a visit with
her mother, Mrs. Emma Hogan, at
Mrs. H. S. Hill, of Saco, Maine, s a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Hill, 1610 Brlggs street.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard
Thompson, of Greenville, Is visiting
relatives In this vicinity for a week
or two.
Edgar M. Burnham and his sister,
Miss Claire Hall Burnham, are go
ing home to New York to-day after
a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest K. Jackson, of Penn street.
Wilbur K. Johnson and George F.
Johnson, of Troy, N. Y., are stopping
for a few days among old friends
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Gilbert
and family have opened their house
at Second and Harris streets after
summering at their country place,
Gilbert Hall, Cumberland county.
Walter Howard and his daughter,
Miss Maryline Howard, of Buffalo,
are spending a week with their rela
tives, Mr. and Mrs. David K. Doane,
of Market street.
Newton F. Gamier and Charles S.
Gamier went to Ithaca, N. Y., to
day on the way home to Northern
New York.
Miss Sara Elizabeth Wilson, of
Cleveland, Ohio, is a guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Reuben Hamsher of North
Second street.
Mrs. Agnes Sumner Stuart of
Clarksburg. West Va., is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Agnes Stuart Smith,
at 1937 North Second street.
Mrs. A. W. Greeley, Jr., formerly
Miss Louise Sponsler of this city
left yesterday for Pensacola, Fla„
to join her husband who is in busi
ness there.
Miss Alice Decevee, of 1503 North
Second street, is in New York for a
few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Thompson,
of Pittsburgh, are guests of their
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Young, of North Third street.
Miss Ruth Petrekin left for her
home in Uniontown this morning
after a little visit in this city and
Mrs. J. Harvey Miller, 19 North
Fourth street, and Miss Edna M.
Sprenkel, 317 North Second street,
motored Saturday to Shepherdstown,
"W. Va., for a week-end visit.
l/n announcement under this heading
must be accompanied by name to aeeure
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Parsons, 813
Forster street, announce the birth
of a son, Jourman Bower Parsons,
Saturday, October 18, 1919.
Dr. and Mrs. C. I. Trullinger, 2022
North Sixth street,/ announce the
birth of a daughter, Martha Louise
Trullinger, at the Polyclinic Hospital,
Tuesday, October 14, 1919.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Leach, 305
South Front street, announce the
birth of a daughter, Louise Kathryn
Leach, Friday, October 17, 1919.
Mrs. Leach was formerly Miss Lucy
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Steever, 2639
North Sixth street, announce the
birth of a son, Earl Raymond
Steever, Thursday, October 23, 1919.
College Club Bringing Noted
Lecturer and Traveler Here
For Series of Talks
The College Club with its usual
foresight and progressive policy
has arranged for a series of eight
public lectures on Current Events,
by Dr. George Earle Ralguel, dis
tinguished physician, lecturer and
traveler. Dr. Ralguel has just re
turned from Russia and Siberia and
speaks with authority on the "Far
East" as well as on conditions every
where from personal observation.
His first lecture, will be held
Thursday morning, October 30, at
11.30 o'clock, in the Givlc Club house
on "The Treaty of Peace and the
League of Nations."
The lectures are open to the gen
eral public at a nominal price for
the course or for a single lecture.
Tickets may be obtained from Mrs.
George B. Kunkel, Locust street,
chairman of the committee or from
any other member of the College
Married in Church Parlor
on Saturday Evening
The marriage of Miss Edith M.
Daub, of Elktns Park, Pa., to Har
vey B. Smith, of Lebanon, was sol
emnized Saturday evening in the
parlors of the Stevens Memorial
Church, the Rev. Dr. Clayton Albert
Smucker officiating.
' After the ceremony, witnessed by
a few close friends only, the party
went to the Penn-Harris where a
wedding supper was served.
The bridegroom recently returned
from overseas after long service in
After a wedding trip to New York,
Mr. and Mrs. Smith will reside in
Miss Lane Honor Guest
at an Autumn Luncheon
Miss Harriet Spottswood. of suburban
Harrisburg. is giving an autumn lunch
eon to-morrow at her home. Maple
Heights, in honor of Miss Clara Ariel
Lane, of Pittsburgh, her house guest.
The appointments will be of bright
colored foliage and dahlias with chj*-
anthemums of yellow gracing the table.
Cards and music will follow. The
guests will be, the Misses Erma Spahr,
Nelle Willir-ms, Kathiyn Bankes, Maude
Miller, Sara Elizabeth Miller, Grace
Watson, Eunice Watson, Idamae Rog
ers, of Baltimore, Lucy Jean, Thompson
and Helen B. Smith.
Entertains at Cards
For Baltimore Guest
Mrs. Samuel Finkelstein, 1822
North Sixth street, entertained a num
ber of friends at a card party given in
honor of her cousin, Miss Sara Zin
berg, of Baltimore, whose engagement
to I. T. Rockman, this city, was an
nounced recently. The decorations were
marigolds and autumn leaves. The
guests included Miss Zlnberg, Mrs.
Harry Cohen, Mrs. Charles Cooper,
Mrs. Max Cohn, Mrs. Joseph Coplinsky,
Mrs. David Gold and Miss Gertrude
Woman's League to Meet
at Church Tomorrow Night
An interesting meeting and social
of the Harrlsburg-Gettysburg Wom
an's League for Harrisburg and vi
cinity will be held to-morrow even
ing at 7.45 o'clock in Christ Lu
theran Church, Thirteenth and
Derry streets. A. H. Dinsmore,
Boys' Work secretary of the local Y.
M. C. A., will speak on "The Y. M.
C. A. and the College." A good at
tendance has been requested.
Coat of Odd Design
Fashion Camera Photo.
This garment of odd cut and de
sign is developed in Havana brown
duvetyir. The coat has long points
In front and behind. It Is buttoned
at the side, the front having a clus
ter of fine tucks. The high collar
and pockets are of nutria and fiyicy
buttons are used as ornaments.
Proceeds From Event at Win
terdale to Be Devoted to
Aiding France
An approaching social event of im
portance is the Halloween Free Milk
for France Ball, to be held at Win
terdale Hall, Friday, October 31,
with Miss Burd's Orchestra playing
for the dancing.
Miss Sylvia Rogers, instructor of
French at Central High School, is
chairman of the committee in charge
and is extending every effort to
make the dance a success. Other
cities throughout the entire country
have contributed to the free milk 1
fund in a similar manner and it is
hoped that Harrisburg will not fall
behind in the movement. That the
people of France appreciate the re
lief extended to them through these
benefit events is amply proved by
the letters of thanks received from
that country.
The committee in charge includes
Miss Sylvia Rogers, Miss Elsie M.
Emerlck, Miss Sara Hershey, Miss
Mary E. Fisher, Miss Florence Davis,
Miss Liuella Hawkins and Miss Eliza
beth McComsey.
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To Wearers
of Glasses
(Ending Nov. 1)
You may not like the
frames you are wearing—
or they may not be the kind
which are exactly suited to
your eyes.
Shell Frames, in dark or
| crystal, in either spectacles
or nose frames. Your own
glasses put in these frames
without charge.
Eyes Examined Free
No Drops Used
Rubin & Rubin
Established J 5 Years
S2O Market St., Over The Hnb
Bell Phone 426-J
f 1
Star Carpet
Cleaning Works
Jjet os clean your carpets now.
General Upholstering
Expert Work Guaranteed
Give Us a Trial
Joseph Coplinky
Eleventh & Walnut Sts.
BeU 398-R Dial 6051
9 A. M. TO 12 NOON
1 P. M. TO 5 P. M.
9 A. M. TO 12 NOON
1 P. M. TO 8 P. M.
Also Special Appointments
Phone 1181 Bell
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N0.22 N. 4-TH. ST. '
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"Where Glasses Arc Mode Right"
$7.00 HAT I
1 Continued Tuesday I
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OCTOBER 27, 1919.
"Blue Monday 1 '
l\ /4 (jivii r*t J H Wouldn't you like to have a
/ f/r f¥ A washday without fuss and worry?
'Nrlti You can do it! And you'll get
ft ll y° ur clothes on time, really clean,
l)jl!l*Sls and not torn to shreds. You can
i'r ' ' i I operate an electric washer for a
I lills I 1 ' * eW cents P er (la y > and without
I \ \ hard work or drudgery.
\ v. ■- gtfjmra Save the washerwoman's
wages, carfare and meals; .j
R „ also laundry bills. This sav- H
Electric Washer '" K p ? v . , for an dcctric S
for Christmas! washer quickly. |
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Dauphin Electrical Supplies Co. j
436 Market Street j
Six Dollars Places One in Your Home
A Full Year to Pay
21 South Second Street
IT seems needless to talk about the French Shop handkerchiefs, for
everyone knows how lovely they are. But, just because they are so
dainty and pretty, I like to tell you all about them. Miss Swope has
received her advance Christmas handkerchiefs, and when X 1 say they are
unusually attractive you know how beautiful they must be. Some have
artistic colored borders, others are embroidered with touches of color,
while still others are pure white, including the linen ones. People wishing
to have them embroidered with special Initials have been asked to leave
their orders this week. Just as dainty as the handkerchiefs are the many
bits of neckwear made especially to fit round and square necks.
ARE you one of those unfortu
nate wives who devote hours
weekly to darping ghastly holes
in hubby's socks? Isn't it aw awful ;
job? Don't you just dread it? If I
were to tell you how to lessen your
task, would you thank me? Fool
ish question! Well, it so happens
that I know one way in which to
prevent such holes from appearing.
Send hubby to the Army and Navy
Shoe Store the next time he starts
out to purchase a pair of socks. He
will there find every variety and
sort in every color, size and p -ice
imaginable and he'll also find that
they really give satisfactory wear.
In fact, the woolen hosiery is of
such high quality as to be practically
SEVERAL yearn ago I took a weekly trip w'.th an hour stop-over In
Pittsburgh. I spent the time in the station- watching the
crowds paaa by. They always fascinated me and I got to weaving
stories about the people I saw, trying to guess what walk in life they tilled.
Frequently I'd try to judge a man's occupation by his general appearance.
Ho my surprise, I found my opinion being swayed by the clothes he wore.
If a man looked prosperous, I generally concluded that he was prosper
ous, which, after all. Is a perfectly natural conclusion, for the casual
observer can only judge by appearances. That's why It pays a man to
wear suits and overcoats such as McFall's are showing. They give him
that corrept look so essential to success.
GOOD news! There's going to
be a new girls' orchestra at
the Perm-Harris grill! Begin
ning this evening, five girls will play
the liveliest of jazz—the kind calcu
lated to make you dance whether
you want to or not. Just one more
reason for going to the grill, isn't
it? It surely is the best little place
in town to pass away a pleasant
evening. Attractive surroundings,
all sorts of delicious things to eat
and drink, plus a wonderful new or
chestra. help make It so. What
more could one desire? Prompt
service? Well, you get that, too.
DO you have the "decorative
bug?" It's a bothersome lit
tle insect at times, and, per
sonally, I've known it to cause all
sorts of trouble. Once, several years
it seized my small cousin,
prompting him to paint striking red
roses on the pale blue paper of his
room. The effect was startling, to
say the least On the other hand, if
properly directed, this "bug" fre
quently prompts the creation of per
fectly beautiful things. For in
stance, parchment lamp shades,
when carefully decorated ,are most
attractive. Colored in oil or with
water colors, they can be made to
carry out the decorative scheme of
any room. Just at present, Mr.
Saltzgiver is carrying a large line an
them, in all shapes and sizes, at hi*
Art and Antique Store, 223 North
Second street.
ALREADY Dame Fashion de
crees short sleeves for Spring.
And to pleasantly prepare uu
for the change, she sends two stun
ning dinner gowns to town, each
boasting this newest of features.
Both are to be found at the Cloos
Shop. The one is of black georgette
crepe and charmeuse, the crepe of
the waist being lavishly beaded with
cut steel. Heavy jet trimming
finishes the bottom of the char
meuse skirt. The other, of plain
black charmeuse, is artistical'y
beaded in black, the entire lower
half of the skirt being encrusted
with glistening jet beads. Both, as
was mentioned before, forecast the
mode of the Spring In the three
quarter length of the sleeves.