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NEWS OF S
FORMER PROMINENT SOKQL
MEMBER KILLED IN BATTLE!
I via skukan. Who Assisted ia Organi;-
ln£ tk* Stealton Croatian Eranch
Met Death in Qaluia in Operation}
Against the Russia us
Several mem«M»rs of the "weal Oroa
*:on Sokol nave :,\ f ve.i word of the
deat.ii of Ivan J 4 * <ks >. a former »'o«
be- of tee local organ ration and »mi>
*asi«e«l in its organization. Skukan
w.is \..led \n : ><» operai oris njainst the
R.issians in Cialioia where ho was tight
lr. as a a -:r.;>er of the X'Wi s \(h
> kalian »o-kcd the merchant mill;
•ierartmetrt of tie Pi: nsvlvania
Company while a resident of this place.
He was a rinelv developed athlete an i
took -art in a t contests and drills hei i
by the local sokoi.
WFIN LKSK-FKST OCTOBKR l!>
Local Germans Will Present a Comedy
Play Nest Monday
\ ■ommitteo of \va. Cernians i<
tr s\ : « a.—Migeaiects for :ie : r>: . ele
ation n the boiv ih of " e We u leso
feat which *lliw he in the German
quartet hall, gwll I'Von: street. Mor.
:ay evening. tVto l<er IS. A po. uUt
Merman comedy ». be presented by
ocal Ciermais sr. I it will be followed
by an evening of -dancing.
Died in New Jersey Friday
Jen Carr. years, a former
res-ieiit of the borough. die 1 Friday
! n New Jersey. The body arrive! here
Posterity and fi.ae-al services were
he'd this afternoon n.iti interment : n
t-.e Baiiwr. cemetery. Mr Car' s si;r-'
rived by three sons who res ie here.
Funeral of Mrs F. C. Styles
Facers' serrjoes for Mrs. Frank C.
Styles, who J.el Friday, were eon
meted a: the home. 44? South Front
street, today at J p. in by the He.
C B Seseiken.
Adelphus M,-X;t. a West Indian,
ernp'oy e.i by the Bit.il,: • Company
on its work on the borough streets,
was arres:ei early Sunday mora.ng by
High Constable Botr.gardner charged
w.th disorderly conduct. He wil] be
given a hearing by Squire Gardner.
The Benton Catholic Club will hold
one of its old time dances in it? hall
FY iay eveninu. a: < oock. W-eger's
orchestra will furnish music fv r the
Four riggers in the emplov of 'lie
Pennsylvania Stee Company were
burned about the hands and arris
yesterday by gas waile they were re
pairing a cracked bell at No. 1 blast
furnace. After -ece-ving treatment
at the company's hoepstai thev were
Pre caused by a infective flue i .T
--aje-i houses a: 935 an I «.T7 South
Second street yesterday. The hatl
ifstroyei the interior of the upper
«torv of both houses an i dest roved to
mofs T-e properfv j? « ; hv W.
Members o* S* John's German
«"fc:hol e ohur -h will hold an entertain
ment and tan.-en the German Quartet
hall. Vednesday evening f»rr rhe bene
fit of the church fund
The East Knd A. C. has orgam ied
its basketball team for the .0:110;
season and will play its opening
;ame this evening at 7.30 o'clock a
Reporter ball. »ont ar.-i K'.in streets,
w *h the KasSe qu.ntet. of the bor-■
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brosev ent<irtain
ed the fol.owi o g persons at their home.
*2 Walnut s*reer Mr. an - Mrs. Hnrr\ |
Myers and son. Harry. Co isnbia: Mr.|
*'-1 Mrs John Seiders. Mrs. Os.-ar
Hrrest and «.>n. l>s.ar: Mr. and M-s.
Q 1 •<>. sor Kenneth, an 1 da. _
ter. te. Harr shorg. and Miss
' >" ?5 ' Athennan. Be:ivertown. Pa.
Myers. Alexandria. Hunting
don -tv. is spending several davg
*it i r. s --rorae-s.' Pr. "51. C. ar, 1 I>r. I>.
Ei'rsri Myers. Swata-a street.
Mrs. :..ita Ooraiaa. Snireroar.stovrr
is stea ling severa! days as the gue«
of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. *.\>ier. South
■Mrs Joar M. Siuth »ont.
street, left this morning for Pittsburgh
to atten - ;i orvear on of the Federa
tion of Women's labs of Pennsylva
t*a. s a aient.»er of the credential
oomtaittee of this convention.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Maginus. Miss
'Bertha Nmik and Chariw OCinke en
oye>i an automobile trip to SMontgom
e _ v "s Ferry, yeste-day.
Mr. an l . H. Russell Rupp. John
B R.jpp and K-aase have re
t i-nod from at. automobil* trip to P'r.il
sdej-hia. w. ; ere t*oey witnessed the
opening games of r'ae World's series.
Fri ay and Saturday.
Be- a P. SeL'ers has resume! his
«" lies i>t Pie - , e Or ege. Philadelphia.
a *er - en-iirg the week-end w.th his
parents. Swatar-a st-eet.
George A. Wolf aad family. Mt.
Wolf. w»-» pntertame<! Sunday bv his
« ster. Mrs. John L. Porr. North Front
Mrs. P A. R>b?nson. s-?nj. E!gar
*1 i Wi -lam. afte- «?en iiag several
*■«*<* »ift ker parents. Mr. ar i Mrs
T> . M Nev. North Fr>jr" street, "cave re
turne! to their onie. Iyew?towa.
Knp; North Front street, vis
;te«l -*:er - it p alm\-a on Sunday.
Miss 'Marie Ney. NofA FVwt street.
-k« -etii-re- ; t'-om" a short visit to
f"ends at Pa'njvra.
Mr. an : Mrs. William Critchlev. of
" are giesrs of Mr. and Mrs.
William 1 ntehley, Sr.. Hamsburg and •
L.aeola ?tre. -s.
A-tflu- -xers Gettysburg, spent
t -.e wec-i ec i st hone he-e
Mi.« Wi>oi the visit ng et»
r,loved bv tb» SteeltJß Civic Cl-b wil)
He -la her cff.e from 8 a. m. to 9
• «.. from 12 30 p. m. to 1.30 p. t»
A Great Show at the
Standard Theatre To-night
Tte Thumb Print. Four reels This is
Sophie's Legacy. One reel. <>tnedv.
Polities atd the Press. OEe ree! Vita
Hearrt and Selig's News Nc. -Vi. See .
the w-).- new« in this issue.
Admission. •» and 10 Cents 1
HATJRTSBURG SnWR-TXPEPEN'DENT. MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 12. 1914.
HYGIENIC GUN CLUB HELD
LAST SHOOT OF SEASON
Miek W*s High Oun. Scoring at Out «
of Uo Blue Rock Targets—Solon
V Barr. President. Is Low On 11
With Score of .1
llie i-oes- Hygienic G«n Club held its
tins shoot of the season on the > s»
hole groc.uds Sutur<)av aftenwoc at
1.30 o'clock. j,
T ie targes* used were blue i\vks an 1
won ti'.e shoot, sconug 21 out of
2."" ta'gets. Sdon V. Itarr. president o'
the >ub. was low gun. s-oring »ut ?
The scores: Miek. 21; Mitike. \9:
F-eeo. IS; Sheet.-. lo; Wa'ley, 11;'
Hoeh. 10; R»leataker, 9; Barr. 3.
M'KAKKRS AT RKI EPTIUX
Virituig Piretnen Enioyed Clam Soup
The spe.ixers at the tender
e the I'nioa 'ire «.a -a.t*. of Kea I
us;, by the Baldwin Hose Company *jn
Sa?urday :if.errioon at rhe 'aftor's ti.>se 1
o.ise. ». tii F-oi-t st tew. weie :l.
i.udw-g. president c" I>e listing .or
ivtiiy i .'.»mcs aut , Ken ling: Pre Cue'
John K. Shu_ p. Jr.. and Kdward At-j
ti \s. of t'ie Haliw.n .ou.pany,
A la-ge ijnantit\ of clam s\>.; had
oeen "eparel for *. Ie rtV(M*tiou by the
,ai 'ire ai : es an i this was a - com
-- ,nie-t w-.Ui s.uv.iw>e ! Ces and desert.
The Standard's Oflerings
Manage- Sellers, of the Staudar 1
Theatre, announced this morning th«t
the program for ibis evening at this
popular show place has mor»> thai' the
1 usual merit. In the Thumb Print.'
where drama succeeds drama in quick
succession its patrons alone will get
the worth of their money. Scenes of
the European war news wil! please all
Fnnerai of George E. Stoiigh
Funeral ser\ ices for George K.
Stough were held this afternoon at -
I o'clock at his 'ate home. 161> >•* Ik
Front street The Kev. P. S. Hooper,
and the Rev Pr. M P. Hocker. oft; • it
el and interment was male in Baldw n
WIVES iN COURT
f«atlinfd ! rum Plr*f
keep the si- .w -lean and look afre t<ie
ione l>ed and the trunk.
The w ii'.s c lit' e -r n0 conn a.-it
•vshe home alt'no ga she said she 'a !
no work to do an 1 wanted to aid her
tather who kept a boarding hotse. The
defendant was ordered to pay his wife:
Harrv Anderson, another defendant
» a ••non-support " case, sa . lie and
h s wife lived ha. ; * during - \ an i
one-half years of mar-.cd life ar . h's
wife « or, < mp Ir' was about •ng
on :tie farm. Vnderson has a farm of
SC O 1 Mrs. An
de-son said he- h.isband "came home
irunk several times. Once he threat
ened to knock my head cff. Another
time he said he would throw a g ass
tumbler through me."
An iersoa saui: "I wasn't drunk.
was just fee rg good. ar. 1 when -he
sa 1 I was drink 1 ricked up the turn-
Wer and said I'd throw it through her.
if she said again.'' The court made
a (j ir.a:r:en.v e order against A u.c
George ani Mary McCann, a Mi i ile
•owti couple, became estranged, al
though both sa d there was little or no
reason for it and. with the court's con :
■ sent, they agreed to cont nue the case
i and live together again.
Bury Their Differences
<. p.r; C. Mover and his wife reached a
1 s;ni !ar agreement, after told by .lu ig?
Kunkel to retire from the court room
an i try and a! ,st your differen ?s.
The attorneys will ask for a cont-.nu
ance of the maintenance su u Charles
Bobbretts. wh > is doing a Bine month
jaii term on a charge of assaulting b.s
mother-in-law, was caiied on a non
maintenance charge. Judge Kuukcl
continued the case.
The court disposed of five aj iittonai
ases as follows; Charles K. Barber. $4
a we- : George I*. Hoffman. );15 a
month: Hcr.ry O. lx>-h. $2.50 a week:
' ha-.-'- K. Husson. lo.)" a week.
Char.es Watson. a week.
Mag;:e later toi i -lu ige Knnke. the
only reason «ae had for aatering a
surety of • ~» peace . harge against
Charles K. Ma leer was because he
mother ha! induced her to >ign the pi
f-ers. The curt directed he- to ,ay
the os;«. -imultaneously discharging
Andrew Jackson, in a surety . ase.
was or.iere s to pay the costs and fur
n.sh a bond to preserve the peace. The
defendant. was charged, threatened
the ;ife of B. F. Sheesley. whom he ac
costed an i upbraided for whipping one
of Jackson s sons, who is employed on
the Sheesley farm, near Liuglestown.
ANSWERS CRITICISM OF '
FIREMEN FROM READING
Coniiaued Fma First Pa*e.
were agreed upon by the hoteis an i
eating houses, and 1 am certa.n thev 1
were not increased from the price?
agree ! upon.
"Our committee saw the hotel and
restaurant propr.etors and had their
assurance they wou.d not increase the
rates 3 single cent, and I have everv
reason to believe that they acted fair
ly. On.y the regular . charges were 1
made, and that was all fixed by com
mittees from tne \ !s,tiiig Jompanies
«ho came here to make arrangements.
Tue hotel nun only charged their reg I
ular rates for lodging and meals.
'' Tie kick from Reading is because
tie k.cke-s we-e not furnished free j
beer at the engine houses, jfhey had to
buy it and pay for it at notels and
lestaurants instead of getting it for
nothing, and thit is why they are ma
king the outcry. The orders were that
no drink? were to be kept in the engine
houses. As a matter of course visitors
could no; get beer at the engine houses
where they were guests, and that is
wny the Heading men say "the enter
,tainment was not up to the usual
standard.' They knew all about it.
for it was explained to them.'' i 1
GET A CARRIER:
TREK FILL IT RF
The Pure Food Exhibit
Opsns in the Chest
nut Street Auditori
um This Evening
LOCAL MEN TARE
HOLD THIS YEAR
Tbey Take a Big Swipe at High Cost
of Linus and Reduce Entrance Fee 1
to Ten Cents—Plenty of Samples
You get a iirr.c at the door and
then til: 1; up Ms you go through the
second annual pure fool show, which
' opens, n tV.e Chestnut street auditori
um ti :- c\ca.iiß. Most of the nat onal
ioo.l manufacturing firms will be on
hand to g you a sample to take home.
' Promoters a-sured early visitors this
morning tiiat there would be samples
Au adiv -s.on of ten cents < charged, 1
the visito's getting more than that
value returned in samples and the pro
moters getting the expenses of the
show. There s no attempt made to
make any money and the expenditures
of the va- oils firms will far exceed any
entrance .harge that mus; be pail.
fhi; year's show differs widely from
the r.r»; show lie' i iu this city last'
yea-; tirst. because last • ar'« show
was held by a pure food show pro
moter. whereas this one "is being held
by lo a! men, *or no profi:. As a di
rect result of that another difference
s noted. The entrance fee instead of l
c ng twenty -five cents a- it w.is !a*t
year has been cut mo e than a fifty
per cent., ten cents being the new
Harrisb'.trgcrs B.u'k of Show
The men \ of the show are promi
nent in the Witnian-Sehiyar/ an I
Kvans Bnrtnett Companies. *.'arl K.
Been, of thj- former company, and
Frank A. >ni th. of the Harrisburg
1 Brokerage t'ompany. are 111 diise*.
• charge o: the show. Mr. Smith has
opened nn office at the exhibit and >s in
c!iar-;e of the eta its.
Many more manufacturers have ta
si a-e this yea th.ui last and t'ou
of them have engaged -pa. e for the
sliosv to e ; eld next year, for it is to
be he' I annually, au I two manufactur
ers have permiuient booths, which will
'be taken down after this show and
stored a*ay for next year, but that
's art. lpating something far ahead, as
■ ;h.s yea- s s:iovv is tae pertinent one
Both the l«-ge auditorium and the
smali hail over the CJestlr.lt street mar
set house ave oeen engaged *y firms
for show pur[K>se-. so -being the
demand that a uu.nber of requests for
space had to tve turned down.
Halls Elaborately Decorated
The halls iiavf beea draped in dags
and bi.uting. but that - !v;t a triile
when >ompare«i with the multi-colored
ie-0.-at on- of the iu liv dual booths.
biet- ligH;s t lay an important part
'.n the de ,'rat.on scheme. lVuuite
lanes of travel ino been established,
so tha- tne crow,l ~m be handle I ons
iftliic.tion throu» 1 the lihe of exhibits.
BMM firms wil! show the finished t'rod
ict; oti s the pioduct ti tae cours»
or" manufacture, and many will be will
ing tn _;vo a taste and some will lsave
domestic science experts making table
, delicacies while you wait.
Kven to the unmarried and the lijiit
housekeepers, who must not do anv
looking. the exhibitors promise some
thing interes:ing— aying aside the col
lection of samples. The exhibit will
be o;eu afternoons an.i evening! dur
ing the week, musi ■ cmg furnished l>v
l pdegrove's orchestra. ■
Sotae of the Exhibitors
Among tne firms which will exhibit
. their goods will be the following:
r'niukliii Sugar Refining t ompany. ■
J. W. Heardsiey s Sons. Iternard
Schmidt. Kould's Milling company. N1
agar a t uocolate Company. Haiph Gold
smith A. to., tiencsee i'ure I'ood Prod-1
ucts Company, Minute Tapioca Com
j | any. Martin Wajjner Com any, I'uri
tan Food Products Company,
City Milling Company, Thorley Baking
Company. Brelsford FkeUlg and Stor
age '. ompany. Royal Baking Powder
Company, Corn Products Company,
Russell-Miiler Miiiing Company. < . F.
Bonsor A. Co.. l>iamon i rystal Sait
Company. Pennsylvania Mi.k Products
« ompany. Continental ndensed Milk
Company, Hecker Cereal Company,
I'ostum Cereal company, VV. R. Bealor,
I'liderwood Typewriter Company, Na
tional ash Register Company. The
I'iftaphone company, Toledo Scales
C mpanr, Kvans-Burtnctt Companv
au.i Witman Schwar. Company.
KHiHTS PAVIMi THK IOSTS
Middletown Man Seeks to Upset Order
of the Grand Jury
Frank Barbnsh. Middletown. who as
plaintiff In a malicious mi? hief suit
against ' harles Green, was directed by
the Clrand Jury to pay the costs, the
bill of indictment hav ng been ignore I.
in - morning took an ap-. a! and obtain
ed a rule in District Attorney to «how
,-ause why the action of the Grand i
Jury— w.th respect to the payment of
the costs—should not be set aside.
Barbnsh alleges that he intended to
bring a civil and not a criminal suit!
• aga.nst Green, who formerly was a ten- j
ant ia one.of h:« M dlletown proper- ■
ties. \V. J. Kennard, a Middletown
justice. alleges, acted contrary!
to his instructions, "a fact which he
did rot ascertain until the ease ha!
been pa«sed upon by the Gran 1 Jury."
» The time for hearing the appeal has i
not been fixed although the county'
■ prosecutor is required to make answer
within ten days.
I "-BUSINESS SECTION WIPED OUT j
By A 1 tot ialci Presi.
Spencer. \V. Va.. Oct. 12. —The en- !
[ tire business district of Spencer was de j
stroyed by fire early to-day. with a
loss of approximately $300,000.
The fire started in a fruit store and
spread rapidly because there was no
water with which to figiit the flames.
Little rain has fallen throughout this
1 section in the past two months. . I
KEEP LIVER AND
BOWELS REGULAR I
No More Headache. Bad
Colds, Sour Stomach
Het a.lO-cent box now
No ixids now bad your liver, stomach
or bowels; how much your bead aches,
how miserable and uncomfortable you
ate from constipatiou, indigestion, bil- ,
■oust ess and sluggish bowels you al
ways gel the desired results with 1 as- ;
Don't let your stomach, liver and
bowels make you miserable, lake Cas ;
carets to-night; put au end to the head
ache. biliousness, di.-r-iness. nervousness. '
sick, sour, gassy stomach, backache and
all other distress: cleanse your inside J
organs of ail the bile, gases and consti- ,
pated matter which is producing the
A 10 cent box means health, liappi
-11 css and a clear head for months. No
more days of gloom and distress if you
>vill take a * it-caret now and then. All
druggists sell Cascarets. Don't forget
the children —their little insides need .1
;entle cleansing, too. Adv.
C. A. R. REUNION AT LEBANON
All Arrangements Completed for the
Eighteenth Annual Meeting of Cen
tral Association Thursday
Lebanon. Oct. 1-. The official com
mittee of the G. A. R.. of this city, has;
completed the program for the eight
eenth annual reunion of the Central As
sociation of the ti. A. R., of the Mid-
I die Distinct of Pennsylvania, which
will convene in l/ebanon on Thursday,;
'October 15, in Sons of America Hall, j
Music will be furnished by the Per-1
severauce l.an.J of this city. The Rev.
J. C. Korncrook. chaplain of the as-o
ciatiou. will deliver the prayer and
Mayor John P. la>ngenecker, of thi*
city, will welcome the Boys m Blue. 1
Colonel. 11. l'. Demming. of Harrisburg.
will respond for the association. At
10.30 the business sessions will be
\t I.SO p. m., the parade will be
held. Former Slate Senator C. R. Uant/.
of Post 42. this city . will be the chiet
marshal. A* o p. Nt . mess will be held,
not army rations, but a tiiip banquet to
be -ervc.l bv the Ladies' Auxiliary.
At t> o'clock in the evemug a rem 1111
scence hour will be observed, with
Comrade Kulton, of Lancaster, presid
ing. At Sp. 111.. a big canipfire will be
held at the same hall. Addresses will
no made by Department commander
Wells. Comrade McKlroy. of the Na
tional Tribune. Washington. D. C.; Com
rade Salt.gabcr. Comniissione- of Pen
sions. ef Washington. IV c'.; General
Stewart. Ma.inr M. \. liherst, ani
others. Mi.-> Wagner, daogiter of
Comrade Wagner, of Post No. SS. of
Ha ' -burg, will sound "taps." The
Middle District comprises seven coun
ties. including Daup.iiu.
Berks. York. Ciimberlknd. The deb
gates will number 60.
Philadelphia Division—-J32 crew ti
go first after 11.45 a. M.i -26. 20!),
224. 23". 209, 204. 236. 203, 225,
243. 246. 227, 220. 216. 223. 217.
240. 210. 231. 251. 24Si, 2J5, 112,
235. 252. 219. 202, 230.
Hngineers for 204, 205, 210, 220,
227. 231. 243, 290.
F remen for 204 21". 220, 226
Conductors for 202. 216. 224.
Flagmen lor 222. 227. 232, 235,
Brakeim u for 223. 237. 224, 246,
Kngineers up: Brubaker. Kauu,
( Stattler. Teanant. Sober. Manley,
Speas. Ciallagher. Downs. Madenford,
Smeltier. First. Cnsswell. Sellers. Hind
man. Bis?inger. Long. A cright, Keane,
Firemen up: Rhoaus. Carr. David
son. Mulbolm. M urdy. Dunlevy,
Bleich. Bushey, Hartz. 1.. K. Wagner,
Ouva.l, Achey. Brenner, Cover, Weaver.
Kelegman, \\. H. Myers. I.ant_, Barton,
K. C. Myers. Moulder, hoistick. Win
ters. Swank Ventzer. Arnsborger, E.
M. Myers. Huston. Shice. Behmin, Mil
. ler, Copeland.
Conductors up: AVaiton, For
ney, Stauffet, klaton. '
Flagmen up: Harris. Peek.
Brakemen up: Albright. Fair, Boyd,
Musser, tone, Stimeling. Campbell,
slummy, Wolfe. Long. Shaffner. Maisee i,
Middle Division—26 crew to go first
after 1.20 p in.- 17. 245.
Preference: 4, 8, 3, 1, 7, 5. 2. 6,
Laid off: 20.
Kngineer for 3.
Flagmen for 7. 3.
Brakemen for 3. 1. 2. 10.
Engineers up: Wissler. Briggles.
Moore. Hertzler. Smith. Muinaia. Miu
nick, Bennett. Free. Haven*. Willis,
Welcomer, simtonton. Kugler.
Firemen up: Simmons. Beacham,
Arnold. Bornuian. Liebau. Drewett,
Reeder. Karstetter, Potteigei, Richards.
Wright. Fletcher, Weibly.
Conductors up: Pau 1 . Baskins, Gant.
Flagmen up: Cain. Jacobs.
Brakemen up: Kohl.. Roller, Kipp,
1 Supple at Sixty
Agt and ripe experience mean hap
piness and usefulness when mental
and bodily powers are preserved
by keeping rich blood in the veins.
Nature's rare nourishment in Scott't 4k
EmuUion creates rich blood, waras ]SA
the body and al!e\Sates rheumatic Cwk
tendencies. Its oil-food imparts Vyl)
strength to both body and brain. 'l/
It ia Noariahm*nt—*ot A Icchol. «^b)L
HBHHBIRV) Hrrt -Not Alo«f llrrautr Prli*« Art ».«urr. I»«t Hft «u»r Qualitln %rr llrllrr BBmHO
0A Store By Which All
Harrisburg May Profit
f * . i
Recently a constant patron of this store said "You have really
done a wonderful good in bringing this store to Harrisburg, and
citizens must sooner or later realize its importance to them.'*
This expression of good will, which is quality, or quality at high price, but
but one or many that we hear almost where the price is to be kept down to
daily, is repeated not through a spirit of certain limits, and the quality to be kept
self pride, but to demonstrate that we up to a high standard the task is not
have succeeded in bringing our ambi- an easy one.
tion to an actual realisation.
But we havfi solved it, and to-day this
From the time this business was in- store stands supreme in Harrisburg for
augurated, our set purpose was to pro- the values it offers. That is true in
vide merchandise for which there is every one of the twenty-one big depart
daily need for personal wear, or house- ments assembled here. It makes no dif
hold use, at prices from Ito 25 cents, ference what your purchase may be, of
and possessing that quality which the thing you may rest assured—
intelligent buyer demands. you have secured the maximum in first
quality (not "seconds") that can be
The problem was not. an easy one. It given, whether the amount of your pur
is a simple matter to give price without chase be one, ten, or twenty-five cents.
Ready Now for Your Choosing-New Fall Merchandise
Notions—Ribbons—Laces. Trimmings and Embroideries—Gloves—Corsets
- Muslin Underwear—Ladies' Neckwear—Handkerchiefs—Stationery School
Supplies—Candy—Jewelry—Men's Furnishings Ladies', Misses' and Chil
dren's Fleece-Lined Underwear—Children's and Infants' Ready -to - wear—
Household and Kitchen Needs—Music—Dry Goods—Art Needlework—Books-
Toys—and perhaps greatest of all
Every week new arrivals in our millinery department insure at all times
the very newest shapes and trimmings from whieh to ehoose. It will pay you
lc to 25c Department Store
Where Evsry Day Is Bargain Day, Opp. Court House, 215 Market Street
BOWERS WILL SI NO
BALLAD AT ORPHEUM TO-NIGHT
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A Singer on New Bill at the Orphcum
Harrisburj is about to hear a new
and' beautiful ballad called "When
You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big
Red Rose.'' It is going to be sung by
Frederick Boners, whose strong and
melodious baritone voice been
heard here before. He appears with
his clever company of Vinger? and
dancers at the Orp'neum this week, in
eluding one of the prettiest girls on
the vaudeville stage. Another of Mr.
Bowers' song? that will be heard about
town is entitled, "You're Here and
I'm Here." from the '•(.rirl of My
Peters. Frank, Putt. Kerwin, Reese, i
Strouser, Bolen. Plack, Bell, Heck. Pipp.;
St-sfrl. Harris. Spahr, (Henderson, Fritz, j
Yard Crews —Engineers up: Tysndis.
Hoyler, Hohens'nelt. Breneman. Thomas..
It ; iy. Houser. Meals. Stahl, S-.vab.
"■■ilks. Crist. Harvey, Saltsman. Ku.-n.
I'elton. Shaker. Shipley.
Firemen up: Bostdorf. Si-hieflfcr,
Rauoh. Weigle. Laekey, (ookerlv, .»hol- |
tef, Suell. Bartolet, Getty, Hart, Sheets,
Tt will he remembered that Mr.
Bowers was the first to sin 2 "There's
a Uirl in the Heart of Maryland" at
the Orpheum. He sang it to a beautiful
girl too, and it was offered so well
that no singer- who came to the Or
pheum afterward ever scored the suc
cess that Mr. Bowers did with that
Two other interesting numbers on
the bill are the Bison City Four, just
back from the war. and "The Mystic
Bird." the educated eanarv, that is
one of the most unusual as well as
most interesting turns of the new
vaudeville season. adv.
i Bair, Hyde, Essig. Ney, Myers, Boyle,
I Revie. I'lsh.
Engineers for 1886, 1768, IS2O,
Firemen for 1859. 1270, 90, 954.
Philadelphia Division—los rrew to
go first after I p. m.: 113, 124, 106,
102, 118. 116. 121. 112. I.'o, 104.
; 101. 119. 110, !03. 120, 114. 127.
' Engineers for 101, 103, 10 4, 106,
113. 114, 125.
Firemen for 10?., 106, 125.
I ('onduotors for 122, 125.
I Flagmen for 10:!, 103.
Brakemen for 101, 103, 110, 112,
114. 116, 121* (2); 122, (2): 127.
roudiietora up: Ijooker, MehnefHo,
! Houdeshel, Hoar.
Flagmen up: Baitkp« First, Bniehl,
Brakemen up: Vile. Hivner. .TackslTn,
Coleman. DearoflT, Ferguson, Steliman,
i<triflie, < ox. Busser, McKntyre. Hub
bard. Knnpp, Gouse, KiI-
Middle Division—l'J .Ten- to go
first after 1.45 p. m.: 234, 235.
7 orew« 1a : 1 oft at Mtoona.
Laid off: 113, 109. 106.
r„ H. & P.—After 1 p. m.: 17, 20,
19. 2. 1. 15. 21, 11, 7. 9, 10, li. 5, Ifv
Eastboumi —After 4.15 p. m.: 62.
Engineers up: Pitlow. Martin, I'lctz,
, Firemen up: Boronder, Kumbaugh,
Dowliower. Anders, Binghaman, Co*l,
Brafcemen up: Stephens, fainter, IV
lix, luniily, Page. Kapp, Clieny.
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t Do It Now
Harrisburgr's Reliable. Permanent. Kx
pp iem »*d .Specialist, l» North Fourth
street. Bestaurant. Recog
nized as trie successful specialist. T
t an cure you if curable and charge you
a reasonable price for good, honest
work (Think it over).
No necessity for consulting specialists
in New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia.
I do the same wor£. do it as well for
far less money.
I am the only specialist devoting his
entire time to these conditions (There
is a reason).
Tf you have blood disease—don't
i throw away your money foolishly; con
sut onp Mho known t it will save you
money. Hours 9.30 a. m. to 8 p. ill.
For Fall Planting;. Ilyacintha. 'lu
ll (in, >nrclNfiiiM, Crocus, Kto. Alao
| I'nconicft, both llcrhaeeouN and Tree.
Holmes Seed Co.
119 South Second St.
While Mulmay ia helnK hullt• Phone
Hell <l*. our represent atiw will call
ami haw sample* for joii to neleef
Full Set of Teeth, .. .$5
Crowns, $3, $4, $5
Bridgework, $3, $4, $5
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