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Five hundred trimmed hats go on sale to-morrow which to
jV/A we have trimmed especially tor this week s selling. In-
usual conditions compel us to endeavor to give you better V. "v/
\ values than we have ever given you. And these hats rep- 5% )
resent just such values. ]
JKX } The hats are of SILK VELVET and HATTER'S : A3
PLUSH, trimmed in the latest word of mode, with the \^|p
f latest trimmings. Your hat is here, for the variety com
* prises millinery for every woman—misses' hats; hats for
> young girls: hats for middle-aged ladies, and huge dress \)
[ > hats.
We want you to know that we give you better hats at
the prices advertised than any other store in the State. (wJ
Our assortment is larger and styles better than ever.
f Don't buy until you have made comparison.
SOCIAL AND PER
Solemnized at Parsonage of Christ Lu
theran Church at Noon To-d.iv
by the Rev. Mr. Relsch
The wedding of Mi>s No. e (Van
Gro. o. d-tiu'iter of Mr. aud Mrs. James
t. Uroi -. 12C>4 Waluut (trs«t, and;
Andrew R - was a ■ etty
even; i tie day. taking j i.i, eat nou
•" >0!1 of C V i*t l- tiIOHH
v :i.Tv-h. 131! Decry street.
The ceremony was performed :«y the
I •' >r, the Rev. T Koisch. in the
KHtsci of the iiumed.&te etivbera of;
tiie a.in v Tin' hritlr was unattended
and wore au attractive suit of dark
t • • VI. ~ ti it ai!.l l ,•<
>' i s c"' 'a valley and violets. In:
•» o.iiately after the ceremony a wei
• ■'S : nue? wus \o-i an.; a re o
l i; n •' i 'i tr't'ir uewly .':-u'shed homo
; 428 Cres ckt itmt. Mr. and Mrs.
;of. their wedding trip
I tr.i ' th i • riesds after Novfoi
I at 41* N '«. <»> out street.
K.\ I'KUI AI.\KI» "HIKKR X "
Young Feople Were Guests of Mrs.
Aite the hke t-.< lockv tii-' the to!-
io* m- \ouiijj people were or"'" amcd
a the home of Mrs. Beujuuin Woife.
I''o6 South Cameron street. !a»? wil
ing. Misses S, >, ilosser, Catiicr
iue Hoeker. Etta Ward, Ethel Hoover,
i'.u.'i o W re. Far.nie Stiver. K :tii
Mentzer. Esther Hooker and Catherine
Wolfe. Jo-, : i Fonhausei. Sal i tloov
er. Ross Dollar t. Joseph Han . Theo
dore Berry. Frank Blair and Paul Rex
Junior Class Will Select Pins
The first meeting of the Junior clas<
of the central High school will be held
this evening in Hanshaw's uall. The
pin committee, appointed by the presi
dent. Harold Houtz. has selected a class
pin and ring, which will be dismayed
• t the meeting this evening and for
which orders will be taken.
Following the business meeting there'
will be dancing, for which F. Marion
Sourbeer. Jr.. "will furnish the music.
The Senior class will hoid its first
meeting next Tuesd.iv evening.
The sale of Coffee Decreased
in this country nearly \5%
The Sale of ROSTUM Increased
"There's a Reason"
Mr. and Mrs Zimmerman Gave Birth- 1
day Surprise at Their Home
ud Mrs. D. R. X. Zimmormau '
entertained at their home. 501 Cum
nerland street, last evening compli
"oi to 'i -:r son. David H. M.
Zimmerman. i celebration of his eight -
eeu. i birthday anniversary. The
ests - on! a pleasant eveirug. dur
ing which ila.nty refreshments were
Tl -o present included Miss Oiara
Wallowe . M.s- Ccurlot'.e Miller. Miss
i!t n Ne..ntyer. Miss Marie Peipher.
>n-< Man Ai'ivi.- n. M's« Margaret
.i-iiineruKi!'. Miss Catharine Z.immer
•!. o Mo»<!e ti. Vernon Kapp, Ed
ward Hallti';: . James MaeLingal, John
i no-. Edward Wallower, Marlin
/■limit -riiiati an I Mr. ar.d Mrs. Hobert
Ka ( >.
MISS F.1.1.A IUK MAN HOSTESS j
Entertained Little Friends in Celebra
tion Df Birthday Anniversary
M:»s Klla Forman entertained a
ni urber of l ; t~ e friends at her home.
M 9 .'allies street, in eelcoration of her
eighth birthday anniversary. The
Ti !o Williams. Lillian Capin, Jean
ette Capin. Mantie Capin. Sarah Lack.
' • o Me sen holder. Irene Meisenheld
o'. Ray Lack, (. ei el la Dubiu, Fannie
Brown, Molly Forman. Anna Furmau.
i n Brown. Mildred Haulier. Reba ;
Handler, Betty Ronamus, Molly Mich
olovit*. Ella Forman. Beatrice Cohen.
Fanny Shaulls. Isabel Forman. Earl Du
bin. Morris Abramson, Arthur
Morr:« Mieholovitz, Samuel Forman.
Ruby Brown. Louts Cohen, Russell
hal. Sidney Wail, Hugo Ronamus.
Macy Capin, Hyman Mieholovitz, Her
man Shaull. Isador Xeger. Morris For
man and Israel Mieholovitz. :
Issue Invitations for "Husking Bee" :
Mr. an i Mrs. William S. Bergcer j
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marshall, of
Newport, have issued invitations for a j
"husking bee to be held at -Newport, 1
Saturday evening. lA-tober 24. i
HARRTSBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1914.
OANM ADDED FEATURE
OF FOOD AND FLOWER SALE
Members of Committee, All Famous
Cooks, a Guarantee of the Excel
lence of the Dishes Prepared For
An attractive roo,i and flower sale
is being arranged for Saturday after
noon. October IT at 9 Market square,
for the benefit of t'ue Children's Aid
Society of Dauphin county. Details are
being perfected by the various commit
tees appointed by the president, Mrs.
George Kuukel aud at noon on Satur
day they wiil be ready to sell to ail
comers delicious goodies of mauv
kinds. The members of committees in
charge, all famous cooks, are:
Mrs. John K. Tener, Mrs. J. Harvev
I'attpn. Mrs. B. Tate, Mrs.
Horace Black, 'Sliss'Margßtfc* Bowman,
Millersburg; Mrs. Charles E. Covert,
Mrs. David Dietrich. Middletown; Miss
Fannie Eby, Mrs. Carl B. Elv, Mr*.
Charles B. Fa-or. Sr.. Mrs. Martin W.
Fager. Mrs. Henderson Gilbert, Mrs.
E. Z. Gross, Mrs. Francis J. flail. Mrs.
Koss A. Hiekok, Mrs. Morris E. Jacob
son, Mrs. Walter P. Maguire, Mrs. W.
O. Hickok, 3d. Mrs. Frederick Morgan
thaler, Mrs. Joseph Naehman, Mrs. M.
E. Olmsted. Mrs. William K. Wright.
Miss Anne McCormick, Miss Lillie
\nd these name- are a guarantee
of the excellence of the dishes prepared
bv themselves and their friends. Crustv
brown rolls and turn overs, wonderful
pies and pastries, and manv salads,
potato, tomato, chicke*, aspec jeilies
and dressed celery; Cch laver cakes
and cookies, candies, ail home made,
and tempting—everything one oould
From 4 to 6 there will be <lancinj.
and tea served at small tables around
the dano.ug tW- will attract the voung
aud old. Mrs. Paul Kunkel and* Mrs.
Robert S. Williams will have the "The
Dansant " in charge, assisted bv Misses
Heler Hammond. Eleanor Clark, Vir
ginia King, Sarah Denehey, Arta Wil
-1 am«. Dora Coe Mary Meyers, Ixjuise
i arney, Ali. e Constance Fer-
j rid ay. Sarah Cooper, Marjorie Mercer.
The tlower table where potted plants
j aud cut Sowers will be beautifully dis
played, will l»e presided over by" Miss
| Elizabeth Bailey and Miss Margaret
; Stackpole. assisted by Miss Jennie
! Hickok. Miss Gertrude O'msted and
Miss Mary Emily Bailey. ,
The Children's Aid Society, which
is caring for so many orphans and un
fortunate children, should have *the
support and sympathy of the whole
! commit uitv in its appeal for money to
carry on its ever widening work.
DEBUTANTES ASSIST AT TEA
Charming Afternoon Affair at Clendanin
Complimentary to Philadelphia Quest
'Mrs. Wrtliani J. Torrington and her
slaughter. Mrs. Carl Willis Davis, of
,"I le-'.lenin." elite:tailed at tea vester
dav afternoon com; 1 nentarv to Mrs.
j'William 1. Torrington. Jr.. of Philadel
A color *. heme of yellow and white
prevailed throughout the house wipli au-
I tu 11111 foliage and yellow diihlins deco
rating the table where Mrs. Henrv B.
M V.irmiek and Mrs. James I.VI. Lam
berton ; oure i tea aud chocolate, wi.h
tiie debutantes of the season. Miss tVlarv
Elizabeth Meyers. Miss Dora Sanforu
oe. Miss Katherine Btter, iMuss Artu
W'rlfiams. Miss Alice W'aliis and IMias
Frances (Morrison, assisting.
ENTERTAINED A. F. V . CU B
Mrs. Hprry Stailay Hostess This Aft
ernoon for Club Members
Mrs. Harry Stailev entertained at
her home. HIS Berry hill street, this
afternoon the members of the A. F. W.
' I lub, of which she is a member. The
. house was prettily decorated with au
tumn foliage and cosmos, and the guests
spent a pleasant afternoon embroidering
and sewing. At 5 o'clock a buffet sup
! P l>r w as served to the following mem
Mrs. Frank Benner. Mrs. Lawrence
Bowman. Mrs. Harry B. Uuigaere, Mrs.
Clarence Moretz. Mrs. Paul Revnolds.
Mrs. Harvey Rutter, Mrs. John Seidel
Mrs. George L. Sarvis, Mrs. * harles
| W en rick, Mrs. Dallas Wolf, Mrs. E. M.
, Wagner and Mrs. Stailev.
Ceremony Performed Yesterday by the
Rev. Peter Nissley
Marietta. Oct. 15.—Mis s Klsie H.
Bucher was married yesterday to Clay
ton K. Groff by the Rev. Peter Nis's
[lev. with the ring ceremony. The maid
of honor was Miss Nora H. Bucher,
sister of the bride, and Miss Anna Krb
"as bridesmaid. The groomsmen were
■lohn Buckwalter, of Lancaster, and
Jacob S. Hess, of Litits. A reception
To Entertain in Cameron Hall
To-morrow evening at 8 o'clock
Assembly No. 25. Artisans
Order of Mutual I'rotection will enter
tain their ladies and friends in Cam
eron hall, Secoud and Walnut streets.
The Hayden quartet will furnish music
during the evening and Charles W.
McUounell, of Philadelphia, will make
an address All members and friends
are invited to attend.
Guests From Auburn, Nebraska
Mrs. Will H. Cooper and daughter,
Mary, of Auburn, Nebraska, are visit
ing in Harrisburg ;J nd vicinity during
this mouth. They will spen.i week
ends with Mrs. Cooper's brother. Oar
ence D. Bowman, an ! family, 227 Ma
clay street. Mrs. Cooper will spend
some tim e in Philadelphia and New
ork before returning to her home in
Marietta. Oct. 15.—Miss Anna Smith i
was married to Paul B. Shindell, of 1
Lancaster, at the parsonage of the i
(.Srace Lutheran church by the pastor.!
tlie Rev. Dr. Haupt, the ring ceremony!
of the Lutheran church being used.]
They were attended by Robert Dus ,
inger an.i Miss Anna A re
Mr. and Mrs. Williams have returned .
to their home at Millersburg after a j
short visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
lerree, 1830 Regiua street.
Special Service Sunday
The Kev. Dr. William N. Yates. pas
tor of the Fourth Street Church' of
God, will preach at the regular church !
services next Sunday morning at 10.30'
o'clock to all of the classes of the
Sunday school wiii.-h will be present in
a body. All of the classes have prom-j
ised to try and have every scholar:
A Pit fy Skin
Nlakas a Prttty Fact
Stuart's Calcium Wafer# Cleanse the
Skin Very Quickly and Make
It Clear and White
Do you envy the girl with the deli
| cate tints and the rosy glow of good
health on her facet Po you long for
the perfect freAness and beauty of
: her complexion f The means of gain
j ing them are within your reach this
! very miuute.
Stuart's Calcium Wafers will work
i this wonderful miracle of good looks
' for yon within a very few days. No
matter how covered with pimples, rnsh,
eczema or any sort of skin eruption
1 vour face may be —110 matter how dull
and yellow your skin ap)>«urs —your
complexion will be transformed almost
instantly into all that is lovely and
"Everybody loves a pretty face and
a delicate skin."
Face lotions and creams merely
alleviate the irritation of the skin—
they are of no permanent • value.
Stuart's Calcium Wafers go right after
the cause of pimples—the poisons and
impurities in the blood. They chase
i them into the pores, change them into
' gases that are easily eliminated and
I then stimulate the pores into throwing
I them out. There is no waste of time—
no fooliug around. These little wafers
j assimilated into the blood, work night
' and day until every impurity is gotten
I rid of and you not only have a clear
! complexion but pure, vigorous blood
that endows you with new life and
Stuart's Calcium Wafers contain
j nothing harmful —nothing but what
i thousands of physicians have used
j and recommended. Its chief constitu
j ent, calcium sulphide, is universally
i recognised as the most powerful of
i hlood purifiers.
; Surprise your friends by meeting
1 them with a face radiant with loveli
ness instead of the disagreeable, pimply
one they are used to. Give yourself the
supreme happiness that the conscious
-1 ness of good looks and the power of
j attraction will bring you.
Buy a box of Stuart's Calcium Wa
fers to-day aud see how quickly the
pimples will disappear. They can be
obtained at any drug store at 50 cents
[ a box. They come in a form con
| venient to carry and are pleasant to
'the A small sample package will
\bo mailed free by addressing F. A.
! Stuart Co.. 175 Stuart Bldg., Marshall,
1 Mich. Adv.
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Miss Sara Freyburg, of O-lanville, X.
Y., is spending two weeks in lihe city,
j the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jf. Fried
. berg, 912 North Sixth street.
Mrs. John A. Shisler, Miss Mario
1 Boyle, 2110 North Third street, ami
1 Mrs. Arthur Young, of Mechanicsburg,
left this morning for Philadelphia,
| where they will spend several days,
after which Miss Marie Boyle and Mrs.
Arthur Young will make a short visit
I with friends in Wilmington, Del.
Charles Booser, 1326 Derry street,
; has returned home from Lancaster.
R. Randall Kiernan, 432 Hummel
street, has returned home from Phila
Miss Katie Winfield, 70S North;
| Sixth street, arrived home to-day after '
(spending several weeks in New York.;
P. L. Leonard. 422 South Thirteenth'
street, has returned home from Phila-1
Karl Mickey, of Lebanon Valley j
- College, spent yesterday with his aunt. |
Mrs. Ashton Peace, 2313 Derry street.'
1 Miss Mary Class. 160 6 Market j
street, has returned from a business
j trip to Philadelphia.
Mrs. George Hoverter and daugh
ter. Miss Marv, have returned to Kliz- j
abethtown after a visit with Mrs.
Mary Hoverter, 1257 Mulberry street.
Mrs. Harris Snyder and son, Fred.
1306 Walnut street, have returned
from Northumberland, where they 1
were guests of Mrs. Siddou.
The Misses Burns. Fourteenth and
Derry streets, are guests of their
brother at Oxford, < hester county.
Miss Marie Welchans ha* returned
to Lancaster after a visit with Mrs.
Edward Deichler, 27 South Seventeenth
John Kirbv, of Atlantic City; Wil
liam A. Kirov, of Philadelphia: Daniel
Kirby and Dr. Harry Kirbv, of Pitts
burgh, attended the" funeral of their
brother. James Kirby, 216 Cumberland
street, this city.
George O. Sarvis, 1 429 Market!
street, and George L. Sarvis, 432 South I
Thirteenth street, have returned home i
Miss Ellen M( Padden, 1331 North j
street, is visiting at Huntingdon.
Mrs. William Herbert and daughter, I
Miss Katherine Herbert, have returned
to Columbia after speutliug a week
with Mrs. J. Stapf, 23 South Third
Mrs. B. Pelton, 1247 Market street.)
has returned home after a visit with
relatives in New York.
Miss Adeline Wells and nephew.'
James Wells, of Wellsville, are guests
of Mrs. Blaine Booser, 1611 Reg.na
Miss Julia Freeland, of Dillsburg, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. L. L.
Ferree, 1830 Regina street.
Miss Frances Meyers, 1330 Vernon!
street, left yesterday for Philadelphia.!
where she will visit relatives. 1
John Hinch has returned to his
home at Elliottsburg after a visit with
relatives here and at New Cumberland.
Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson
and William Henderson, Jr., 2005
Green street, are visiting in Atlantic
City and Philadelphia. ,
Miss Isabel Zweibel has gone to j
her home in Pottsville after a short'
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Zweibel, 1828 Regina street.
Mm. Blaine Booser and daughter.
Dorothy, 1611 Region street, have re
turned after spending six weeks with
relatives in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia.
Ohio and Alexandria.
Miss 01 it ha Freelaud, of Dillsiburg, is
spending several weeks with her sister,
Mrs. L. L. Ferree, 1830 Kegina street.
Or. Ada Blair, of Altoona, has re
turned home after a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Bratten, 314 North
Mr. and Mrs. Latimer, Willis, of
Brooklyn, returned home yesterday
after a visit with Mr. ami Mrs. John
Willis, 15 North Kighteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Bvler, of
Coatesville, have returned home after
n visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Hiester H. Byler, IS 13 Kegina street.
Curl Rudy, 1128 Wallace street, re
turned to his home from a short visit
| to Newport.
j Mrs. Charles Kline, 1514 North
! Fifth street, spent to-day at Newport.
i Mrs. William Blieker,' 1114»Wal
i laee street, has returned from a visit
Martin R. N'issley, general manager
|of the Pennsylvania Milk Products
| Company, is spending a few days in
| New York.
I Miss Violet Curry, 2210 North Fifth
street, left to-day for St. Luke's hos
| pital, Philadelphia, where she will re
; some her studies as a trained nurse.
! Charles Oiener, of New York, is the
| guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
I E. Oiener, 20t0 North Sixth street.
William Kelly, of Altoona, spent
i yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry M.
' lass, of Penbrook.
Francis Tonilinson, 1 728 Fulton
street, spent vesterdav in Washington,
O. C. ' '
; Mrs. Abrani Snavelv, of Elizabeth
town. is spending a week with her
sister. Mrs. S. A. Brunner, 1723 Fill
. ton street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Williams, 1.101'..
; North Sixth street, left to-dav for a
j visit to Liverpool.
■Mrs. Robert Hoy, 902 Green street,
lis visiting her nuut, Miss Agnes Mr
j Creary, of Gettysburg.
Mr. and Mrs. 1.. Ilouck have return
-1 e.l home from Washington, I). C„ wheye
j they spent several weeks with friends.
Mrs. A. Coleman, of Charlotte Hill.
' X. N ~ and Mrs. ,1. Batcmuu Conrad, of
| Hanover, are guests of Miss B. C.
I Con ley, 1709 North Third street.
Mrs. Charles Bowman, of Los An
! geles, who has been the guest of her
mother, Mrs. G. Schillinger, 112 South
Fourteenth street, for two weeks, is
visiting relatives in Allentown.
William Spotz, of York, returned to
j his home yesterday after a visit to
[his sou, Allen Sp'otz, 1353 Vernon
John McPadden. of Bedford, is vis
; iting at his home. 1331 North street.
States His Position on
Child Labor and on
for Women Employes
HIS STAND AS
TO GOOD ROADS
Positive Assurance Given in Philadel-j
phia That There Will Be No Fu- i
sion on a Candidate for the United
("Special to the Star-Independent.* |
Bntier, Oct. 15.—Dr. Martin G.
Brumbaugh, Republican candidate for!
Governor, spoke a few more words on '
the road question during his tour of
Butler and Armstrong counties yester-1
The Brumbaugh party, consisting of j
Dr. Brumbaugh, Henry Houck, Frank
B. Mct'lain and Thomas S. Crago, left |
Pittsburgh at 9 o'clock in the morn-1
ing. After an hour's run Freeport was !
reached. There Dr. Brumbaugh spoke
to a crowd of 100 who gathered
about the hotel in the middle of the 1
Kittanning was reached at 2.30 and
a reception was held at the Reynolds I
house. Among those who called upon !
the candidates were Frank Mcllvaine,
former Senator Meredith, Dr. J. T.
Dean. H. B. Henderson and .1. 8. Camp- i
bell. Six hundred persons listened to
speeches by Dr. Brumbaugh, John K.
K. Scott, Thomas S. Crago, Frank B.<
Mi-Olain and Henry Houck.
Yesterday's campaign brought the i
Brumbaugh party into two of the most,
independent counties in- Pennsylvania.!
Two years ago Roosevelt beat. Taft
/ Wr yf Coffee V \
; Mountain Grown
; = Delicioas^Appetizin^
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered
] Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
: Are a Harmless Substitute
| Dr. F.dwnrds' Olive Tablets—the sub
; stitute for calomel—are a mild but sure
j laxative, and their effect on the liver
lis almost instantaneous. They are the
j result of Dr. Edwards' determination
not to treat liver und bowel complaints
| with calomel. His efforts to banish it
i brought out these little olive-colored
These pleasant little tablets do the
good that calomel docs but have no bad
atter effects. They don't injure the
teeth like strong liquids or calomel
They take hold of the trouble and
quickly correct it. Why cure the livtr
at the expense of the teeth 1 Calomel
sometimes plays havoc with thfcgums.
I So do strong liquids.
It is best not to take calomel, but to
I let Dr. Kdwards' Olive Tablets take it '
| Most headaches, "dullness" and that
! la/v feeling come from constipation and
| a disordered liver. Take Dr. lid wards'
| ('live Tablets when you feel "log'tv"
i and "heavy." Note how they "clear"
| clouded brain and ht>w they "perk up"
j the spirits. At 10c and 25c. per bo*.
I lie Olive Tablet Compauv, I'olum
, ' Adv.
about two to one in Armstrong eountv,
and in Butler the Taft electoral ticket
went to third place.
Returning to the Party
I'he registration figures in both
counties indicate that the rank and tfle
j and some of the leaders of the Wash
ington party in Armstrong and Rutler
have renewed their allegiance to the
John R. K. Scott, of Philadelphia,
emphasized tins fact in his speeches.
He sjnl that the nomination of Dr.
Brumbaugh was an expression of pro
test on the part of those who hal
staved in the Republican partv and
who had won the tight, and that his
election in November would be the vic
tory of a genuinely progressive can*
j did ate.
I#ast night s meeting was held in
the Majestic theatre. Butler, with a
crowd of 500 men present. S. P. Bow
ser presided. Dr. Brumbaugh said in
"The boy or girl ai the age of 14
receives an employment certificate and
seeks service at the hands of some man
| or woman, and in a day or two they
are discharged for the reason that these
children are too young to do any im
portant industrial service. It is the
j judgment and the testimony of men
who employ large quantities of that
form of labor that it takes about two
j years before these young people become
worth while to the industries in which
j they are employed. Hundreds and thou
sands of them at the end of a week or
iso are discharged, and then they walk
j the streets of our cities with employ
ment certificates in their pockets, id'ifl
j loafers on the highways of the Com-
I monwealth. And it is better that they
I should be in school—always in school
I —than on the streets in Pennsylvania.
The law ought to be changed so that
| the moment the child ceases to work
!in Pennsylvania he must return to
j school in Pennsylvania.
Social Reform Program
I "I am in favor, and have so declare!
I in my primary platform, among other
things, of a workmen's compensation
act, which, exclusive of labor upon the
tarm and domestic service in our
homes, shall safeguard the rights of our
people who toil in Pennsylvania; and
tor such modification of our employer's
liability act as will make it possible
for the people who toil in Pennsylvania
j to be protected as far as human skill
and ingenuity can protect them, safe
guarding the welfare of their wives,
widows and children when disaster over
takes them in their industry. And let
! no man misunderstand my position on
"1 am also interested in such a re
organization of the legislation relating
to the employment of women who toil
in Pennsylvania as to make it abso
lutely as wholesome and as clean and
as comfortable as the pride and the
chivalry of our people can make their
employment. It is an unfortunate thinir
that women anywhere should have to
toil in our industries, but if toil thev
must, I shall see to it that they shail
be protected in that toil so that they
can reasonably continue to be what
they are by the will of Almighty God
—the mothers of the next generations,
unimpaired by their toil, to be good
Continued on Mxth I'asr.
SISTERS (IF fir
ol 603 North Second Street '
A MUSIC CLASS
To Which We Solicit the Patronage jlj
ol Our Friends