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State College Hotel J. B. Shuman, Proprietor CENTRALLY LOCATED SPECIAL KATES TO STUDENTS EXCELLENT ATTENTION GIVEN TO TRANSIENT TRADE LIVERY IN CONNECTION STEAM HEAT GOOD CUISINE A FINE LINE OF CIGARS ALWAYS ON HAND : Huntingdon Laundry > R. L. AGENT , - j Soft wash • 50 cents per dozen J SATISFACTION.GUARANTEED > Launchy Bags Ftee to Customers ,Vu f :' £ eat ■■ Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo, Massage Treatment, cun c s WOMER (Successor to C. L. Croyle) SHOP IN COLLEGE HOTEL Krumrine & Pearce STATE'S BIG STORE tr . ' ' : DRY GOODS In all tlic newest effects in Wool and Wish Fabrics GENTS'' FURNISHINGS The best line of Shirts, Collars, Ties, Hosiery, Underwear Is found here SHOES SHOES AND TIIKN SOME We have more Shoes than any two stores In town. Try a pairof the State shoes for winter. • £1.50 and $4 00 GROCERIES AND TAIIT.E SUPPLIES r The finest and best line in the city is found with us. Program for Friday. 1. MORNING PROCEEDINGS, The exercises will begin in the Auditorium at 9.30 a. m. and pro ceed in the following order: 1. Processional: College Orches tra. 2. Address by Mr. Thos. L. Montgomery, State Librarian, on “Pennsylvania Libraries and their Relation to Education.” 3. Address by the Hon. Frederic W. Fleitz, Deputy Attorney Gener al, on “Pennsylvania.” 4. College Glee Club: “The Lost Chord.” 5. Informal Addresses by His Excellency, the Governor of the Commonwealth, and the Rt. Hon. John Morley, M. P., of England, are expected. 6. “America.” NOTE. —During this portion of the program, th lower floor of the Auditorium will be occupied by the student body (except the extreme rear) and only the galleries will be open to the public. Promptly at 12 o’clock a Lunch eon will be served to specially invited guests of the College in the Armory. 2. AFTERNOON PROCEEDINGS, The ceremonies connected with the Dedication of the Carnegie Li brary will begin in the Library Building promptly at 2 o’clock p. m. and proceed in the following order: 1. Address of Presentation by the Hon. Andrew Carnegie. 2. Acceptance on behalf of the College by General James A. Beaver, President of the Board of Trustees, and transfer of the custody to the President of the College. 3. .Acceptance of the trust and words of dedication by the President of the College: Presentation of Resolutions to Mr. Carnegie. NOTE: During this portion of the program, the public will be admitted to the gallery floor ot the Library Building only. 3.00 to 4.00 p. m., Military Drill and Review of the Cadet Batallion by His Excellency, The Governor, Major General Charles Miller, Com • manding the National Guard of Pennsylvania. 4.00 to 5.00 p. m. In the Audi torium, address and presentation of awards by Major General Miller, and brief addresses by other guests. IT WILL PAY YOU to examine THE “ INTERNATIONAL ” SAMPLES before you buy your Winter Suits, Overcoat or Rain Coat IN POUTED ENGLISH COItDUItOYS no fit. P. M. RAINEY. Act. NO PAY ROOM 575. MAIN G ?°J. W. HARVEY FOR CIGARS, TOBACCO And FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS A lull line ol Smokers’ Fancy Articles ALLEN ST.. STATE COLLEGE. PA, SHEASLY’S BAKERY FINE CONFECTIONERY randies always fresh because we buy DlltKCi' FUOM MANUFACTURERS RESTAURANT DEPARTMENT QUICK M7NCHKS A SPKCIALTV Oysters Ice Cream Soda Water WE ALWAYS TRY TO PTaEASF. OUlt CUSTOMERS C. B. SHEASLY, Proprietor HARDWARE Good Goods Lowest Prices Honest Inspection and fair ■ -judgment is all 1 ask JOHN I. OLEWINE Bellefonte • Pa. College Book Room HEADQUARTERS FOR STUDENTS' SUPPLIES Room No. 105 Ist floor Main Bldg.