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Friday Specials to Add Impetus to Our Sale of Ladies'
To-morrow's shoppers will find some unusually attractive specials here
in addition to the wonderful bargains that are prevailing in our stock
riddance sale of Ladies' and Misses Kali and Winter Outergarments. For
Ladies' Silk Hose, in all the wanted shades, including the popu
lar bronze and mouse shades, regular 50c value. Spe- 39c
Yesterday was a busy day in our waist department, owing to our sale
of Embroidered Organdy Waists in the new models, with turn back
cuffs and the new roll collar. There are still a few left, the
value of which is $1; while they last
Messaline Silk Petticoates in all shades, worth $2 and d» f Af\
$2.50; choice, for the balance of the week, 1
The Greatest Suit Values of the Season
We've simply cut prices to the bone in order to reduce stocks which,
owing to a backward season, are greater than they should be. It's the
most unusual occasion of its kind we've ever presented in mid-season.
Kvory new style, fabric and shade are here. The values are SH.9B
to siio, but in the sale you may choose at $8.98 to $35.00.
Heavy all-wool unfinished serge and diagonal coats, new rf* J f|Q
model; worth $10; navy and black only. In this sale, . .
Girls' coats in sizes from 10 to 14 years, all-wool diago- d* .J Oft
nals. neat trimmings; worth $lO. In this sale
Other coats in all wanted fabrics and shades; worth $7.98 to $35.
In this sale. $3.98 t<) $25.00.
10-12 South Fourth Street
SOCIA L and
ENTERTAINED FOR THEIR SON
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gave Surprise (
Party at Their Home Last
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Albert enter
tained at their home last evening in '
Humor of their son, Charles. The j I
quests spent a pleasant evening with
music and games ifter which refresh- •
nients were served. ! (
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Kd-!
ward Humcr, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sim- j
mons, Mr. ami Mrs. J. K. Suavely, Mr. j
and Mrs. Charles Simmons, Mrs. Ray ]
tStobsfield, William Murray, Miss Grace!
Sollenhergcr, Miss Maggie Zimmer- j
man, Miss Annie Zimmerman, Miss ,
Mabel Rider, Miss Grace Rider, Miss j
Kthel Parks, Miss Sylvia Kauffman, 1
Miss May Brinton, Miss Edna Humer,
Miss Nellie Oldan, Miss Blanche Kauff
man, Miss Annie Sheuffcr. Miss Helen
Deitrich, Miss Cora Simmons. Miss
Lottie Brinton, Miss Edna Simmons,'
?.liss Vema Simmons, Miss Florence!
Simmons, Miss Bertha Simmons, Miss i
Nor* Suavely, Miss Mary Suavely, j
Miss Grace Shuull, Toibort Breninger, j
George Reed, Edward Smyser, Roy!
Bowers, Chester Beamer, Walter Seizt, I
Hoy Vogelsong, David Vogelsong, Ed
gar Rupp, Paul Rider, Samuel Simmons!
ami Olean Rider.
Entertained Ladies of Olivet Embroid
Miss Cora Culnierrv entertained the ;
ladies of the Olivet. Embroidery Club j
at her home, 1330 Derry street. The
members sewed and chatted, after, i
which dainty refreshments were served. I
Those present were Miss Nettie •
White, Miss Margaret Herman, Miss
Bertha Brightbill, Miss Jane Mae Don- |
aid, Miss Gertrude Huber, Miss Kath
erine Huber, Miss May Palmer, Miss
'l'illie Koister, Miss Sara White. Miss !
Ida Willis, Mrs. Gilbert Culnierrv and
Mr. ami Mrs. William Walkden. 1507 j
North Fifth street, announce the birth |
of a son, Wednesday, October 21.
Mrs. Walkden was Miss Mary Bradi- i
gitn prior to her marriage.
Mr. anil Mrs. Milton Myers, 624
Woodbine street, announce the birth of j
;i son. Saturday, October IT.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Aaron Good, of .Lan
caster, have returned to their home j
from a visit to their son, Jo'hn flood.;
1925 Penn street.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
Get at the Cause and
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub-j
stitute for calomel, act gently on the j
bowels and positively do tiic work.
People afflicted with bad breath find '
quick relict' through Dr. Edwards' Olive j
Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-coated
tublets arc taken for bad breath by all 1
who know them.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gent- ]
ly but firmlv on the bowels and liver, j
stimulating tliem to natural action, j
clearing the blood and gently purifying
the entire system.
They do that which dangerous calo
mel docs without any of the bad after
All the benefits of nasty, sickening,
sriping cathartics are derived from Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets without griping,
pain or disagreeable effects of any kind.
Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the
fprmula after seventeen years of prac
tice among patients afflicted with
bowel and liver complaint with the
attendant bad breath.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are pure
ly a vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil, you will know them by their
Take one or two every night for a
week and note the effect. 10c and 25c
per box. All druggists.
The Olive Tablet Company, Colum
bus, O. Adv.
TEW NO J COMPLETE
Captained by Mrs. J. Thornton Balsley
Has Full Quota of Officers and
Team No. 5 of the Rainbow cam
paign, captained by Mrs. J. Thornton
Balsley, lins its full quota of lieutenants
aiuj helpers. The district that will be
canvassed by this team includes the
north side of Herr to Ma. lay, and
from Fhe river to Sixth street. The lieu
tenants are: Mrs. J. H. Bal>b. Mrs.
Fred Herman Marsh. Mrs. S. F. Dunkle,
-Mis. Gottschall, Miss Margaret Miller,
assisted, iby Miss Grace Rhoades. Miss
Arta Williams and 'Miss Ruth Walzer.
The helpers include .Mrs. J. H. Knousc,
Aiis. Keene. Mrs. Sasserman, Mrs.
Nat/ian B. Ilause. Mrs. L. B. Lewis
Mrs. Harry (!. Kcffer. Mrs. S. K. Values!
Miss Eleanor Leeds. Miss Caroline Mof
ntt. Miss A'.ile. Mrs. Patterson, Mrs.
I nderwood. Mrs. Rhoades, Mrs Gal
braith, Miss rh. /ne. Mrs. Horace
' hayne, Mis* Beattv. Mrs. S. L. Gilman,
Mrs. George K. Ke'lir, Mrs. Backenstoe,
Miss Emil\ Cunvmings, IMiiss f'ora Al
hrig.it. Miss Anna Foerster, Miss Ruth
Forney, Miss Marguerite Robinson, Miss
Martha V\ hited. Miss Ijorene Shelly,
•Miss Virginia King, 'Miss Helen Ham
mond. Miss Sara Denehev. Miss Alice
allis. Miss 'Marv F. Mevers, Miss
Kat'herine Ftter, Miss Eleanor N. Clark
-Miss .Margaret Boas. Miss Rebe.-ea
Weakley, Miss Anna Mause. Miss Mar
tha Oglesby, IMiss Margaret Oyster,
Miss Miller, iMliss Grace Owen, Mrs!
Drumheller, Mrs. Barnitz, Mrs. Ferree,
Miss Jessie Dowdell, Mrs. Stevens and
Miss Dorothy Spicer.
HIKED TO E.N OLA
Spent Evening as Guests of Miss Anna
Mr. and Mrs. Van Wagner chaper-1
or.eu a party of young people from this!
lit* on a hike to the home of Miss
Anna Stapf, Enola. The guests spent
a pleasant evening telling stories and
Those [iresent included Miss Gertrude
Stapf, Miss Anna Stapf, Miss Elsie
Noijn, Miss Rose Nonn, Miss Elizabeth
Snyder, Charles Gerdes, Lawrence Oeh.
Joseph Reuwer, John Nestle and Mr.
and Mrs. Van Wagner.
Hick-a-Thrift Class to Hear Talks
The Hick-a-Thrift class will hold its
monthly business nieetiug in the social
room of the Pine Street Presbyterian
church, Third and South streets, on Fri- j
day evening at 8 o'clock. At the close
of the business session there will be
three talks by members of the class,
William Naugle, "Germany;"
George Roberts, "France;" George' El
lis, •'Belgium.'' These talks will be
: illustrated with over 90 lantern slides
I mid the class invites its members and
| their chum to this first gathering in
i their new quarters.
"Hiked" to Mountains
A j.artv of young people from this
! city "hiked" to the Peters mountains
| yesterday where thev spent the day
hunting chestnuts. Luncheon was served
:to the following at the R-eily farm
j house: Misses Helen iMorsch, Peart
j 'Black. Daisy Kuhn, Edna Bixler, Kath
rvn Harro, Ruth Riohwine, Mr. Hart
j man, Paul Reindell, Mr. Wolf. Robert
IH'isroth, George Updegraff and Mr.
Lew Dockstader Host at Supper
Lew Dockstader, the minstrel man
who is making fun for the Orpheum au
diences this week by his clever imper
sonation if Theodore Roosevelt, was
host at a chicken and waffle supper at
Riverside inn last evening. Mr. Dock
stader's guests of honor were .Senator
William McDonald, of Luzerne county,
and Fred Held and Harry W. Cooper,
of this city. Mr. Dockstader's jokes
and humor are not all confined to the
stage and he entertained his guests as
few persons can.
Invitations for Dance
Miss Margaret Gilger and Miss Hel
en Tettemer have issued invitations for
a dance to be given in Hanshaw's hall
Friday evening, November 20.
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 22, 1914.
WEDNESDAY jLOB CONCERT :
Interesting Program Arranged For
First General Concert of the Year (
In Fahneetock Hall ■
The first general concert of the
Wednesday Club will be held this even-1
iug in Fahuestock Hill, at 8.15 o'clock. |
The concert will be of unusual interest ,
to all music lovers and the program ;
will include the following numbers: '
Allegro from Fashingsehwank, Schu
mann, Miss McLinn; second concerto, 1
Wieniawski, second and third move- ,
nients, Miss Connor; A. Scherzo from ■
sonata, B flat minor, Chopin; ■/. Inter
mezzo, opus 119, Brahms; c Sicilienne, i;
Bach-Galston; d Bromen Keigen, Liszt, ■
Miss McLinn; a Romanze (AUmmblatt) i
Wagner-Wilhclmj; b Ave Maria, Schu
bert-Wilhelmj, Miss Connor; a pre- j
ludes, La Fille and Cheveux de Lin,!
l-.es Collincs d'Anacapri, Debussy; b!
Light and Silvery Cloudlets, MacDow- :
ell; c Gavotte Fantastiquc, Mrs. Beach, '
Miss McLinn; Hondo Capriccioso,
Saint Saens, Miss Connor; Staccato
Etude, Rubinstein, Miss McLinn.
ALRICKS ASSOCIATION'S PLANS |
Men's Club Will Hold Its First Meet
ing on Allison Hill To-morrow |
Harrisburg'» newest men's club, the!
Alricks Association, will hold its first j
meeting to-morrow night in St. An- I
drew's Protestant Episcopal parish!
house, Nineteenth and Market streets,!
at 8 o'clock. Invitations have been sent |
out widely and membership is open to |
any man. and so the attendance is ex- ;
pec ted to be large.
A general social program has been j
planned, the feature of which will be a I
talk by the Kev. 0. H. Bridguian, of I
this city, in which lie will relat? ex j
periences through which he and Mrs.
Bridguian passed in their return from!
Europe last summer immediately after j
war had broken out. A lunch will be!
provided by wives of members of the |
The Alricks Association has been or '
ganized by men of Allison Hill, some i
of whom are members of St. Andrew's!
church and some of whom are not. It j
has no direct religious aim, having been I
organized for social and educational j
purposes. Members of the association!
who are members of St. Andrew's
church have arranged with tile church'
vestry for the club to use the parish!
house free of charge.
The association is named for the late j
William K. Alricks, who was senio" j
warden of St. Andrew's church an I i
was known personally to members of I
the association who are not members j
of the church.
The officers of the association are ;
.lohn 1". Miller, president; C. I. Heff
man, vice president; Gilbert W. Matt-i
son. secretary-treasurer. The executive
committee consists of the officers and
P. F. Burchfield, Edward F. Doehne, 1
Willis Geist Newbold and Dr. B. Frank
W. C. T. U. MEETINU
Mrs. H. Metzger Will Lead Discussion
on Harriet Beecher Stowe
A meeting of the East Harrisburg j
W. C. T. U. will be held at the home |
of Mrs. J. H. Bacliman, 2113 Derrv j
street, to-morrow afternoon at 2 ;
o'clock. Leader Mrs. H. Metzger anil
subject, "Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe." •
All members and friends who will'
donate warm clothing for men, women 1
and children, as well as toys and books, j
for the Christmas Ship, are requested i
to mark the same and send as soon as |
possible to the Evangelical Publishing'
House, Second and Locust streets. !
MOTORED TO DAUPHIN
Young People Spant Pleasant Evening
Taking Moonlight Kids
Mrs. Ernest Mack, Miss Maude'
Shick, Miss Sue Weiuer and Mrs. .VI '
Mecklev, chaperoned the following!
young people on an auto ride from the j
home of Miss Helen Albert, 1222
Derrv street, to Dauphin, last night. '
Mildred Walker, Barbara O'Neil, i
Kuth Landis, Ethel Cooper, Margaret ■
Cooper, Evelyn Eckenberger Rhoda :
Romberger, Helen Albert, Tine Fager. 1
Fred Murray, Amos Plummer, William
| Haak, Stanley Weiland, M. McGann, j
I David Henson.
says COFFEE DRINKERS
HAVE REAL DRUG HABIT
| Physician Declares Food Value Is
Nil and People Use It Only
Tint many people are slaves to tea
and coffee appears from a statement
of Dr. C. .1. Douglass, of Dorchester,
Mass. "They do not distinguish the
difference between drugs and food in
their effect on the system.
There is no substitute for an
slaving drug. When the effect of one
dose has worn off, another dose of tho
j same drug must be taken or discomfort
follows, but if nutrition is wanted, a
hundred different foods will supply the
demand with equally satisfactorily re
"Tea and coffee are never taken be
-1 cause of any small nutritive clement
they may contain. Some drink them in
small quantities merely because the
taste is agreeable, or to wash down
"On the other hand, if a sufficient
quantity is habitually taken, so that
when they are discontinued, uncom
-1 fortable symptoms follow, then it is
evident that a drug habit lias been
"If, for example, a person habitually
drinks so much toffee for breakfast
that on omitting it. he 'misses some
thing' during the forenoon, he may be
set down as an excessive coffee drinker.
He is rolving on the stimulation of the
drug, caffeine, and the daily use of
any drug for such a purpose is in
NOTE.—The food-drink INSTANT
POSTTJM while much resembling the
higher grades of Java coffee In flavor
and appearance is absolutely free from
the coffee drugs 'caffeine' and 'tanuln'
or any other harmful ingredient. Re
cent decrease in coffee sales is very
generally attributed to the growing
American custom of using Postum as a
table beverage instead of coffee.
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mr. ami Mrs. R. N. Sipe, of New
Cumberland, and iMr. and Mrs. O. >M.
Sipe, of Bowmansdale, and Mrs. D. G. 9
Staufl'er, White Hill, have returned from a
an auto trip to Philadelphia. "
Mr. and Mrs. G. 'H. Muc'kle, 274 s
Muench streeti'Mr. and Mrs. E. H.Havi- j!
land anil daughter, Velma, ami Mrs. R. a
Jaro ! bs, of York, motored to Goldsbury f
yesterday where they spent the day ®
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Heisey and v
daughter, Mildred, and son, Fred, of s
Pittsburgh, are spending several days J
with relatives in the ciity en route to r
Washington, D. C.
Miss Edith Miller and Mrs. Jack W.
Miller, of Milroy, are spending the week v
with relatives in this ci'tv and Middle- I
E. K. Mouutz, 1700 liegina street, ■
is improving in health after a serious
illness. • t
Mrs. C. P..Tread-well. 51 North Eight- '
eenth street, has returned home after a •
week's visit with relatives in Phila
Mrs. William Andrews, of Plhiladel- '
phia, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. '
John Hickey, 812 Gre?n street.
Mrs. Nettie Buffington, 1207t/ 2 Mul- 1
berry street, spent yesterday in Phila- 1
delphia with her sister, Mrs. Young.
George Bertihard 'has returned to 1
Pottsville after spending several days
with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wrefcman, of 1
North Eighteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Troup and daugh
ter. Miss Edith Troup, 213S North '
Third street, are motoring in Virginia. I
Miss Ruth KerstC'tter, 14 21 Berry
hill street, and Miss Martha Treadwell,
51 North Eighteenth street, have re
| turned home after spending several 1
weeks in Beliet'onte with relatives.
Mr. and M'rs. Frank Fegley, Harold
I I'Vglev. Miss Elizabeth Fegley and MT.
' Maxison, of Lancaster, motored to this
j city and were guests this week of Mr.
| and Mrs. Augustus Kreidler, 809 Cap
; ital street.
Mrs. D. R. Page, 226 North Fifteenth
! street, and niece, Miss Alice Wagner,
j are spending several weeks with rela-
I tives in Milton.
Miss Carrie S. Reinoehl has returned
] from Pittsburgh where she was reg
j istered at the Hotel Sc'henley while at
| tending the State Federation of Wonb
I en's Clubs. She also visited her cousin,
I Mrs. J. A. Nelson, there.
James Lloyd, 83 North Seventeenth
| street, is in New York on a business
I Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Mingle, 17 South
j Third street; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hort
j ing. 309 Market street, and Mr. Lam'b,
I of Meehaniesburg, are home after tak
j ing a motor trip to Eliza'befchtowu,
Lititz and Lancaster.
Miss Burns, 1313 Berrvhill street,
has returned home after a visit with
| the Misses Brindle in Meehaniesburg.
Miss Julia Swiler, 1331 Derry street,
has returned home from a visit with
i friends in York.
Lloyd Shuman. of Thompson town, is
] tihe guest of his sister, Mrs. B. H. Hart,
! 1 726 North Sixth street.
Miss Katherine Elb, Miss Laura
! Adams and Miss Mildred Light have re-
Don't Try to
But Use Stuart's Calcium Wafers and'
Completely Remove Them in |
a Few Days
You positively get rid of your pim
| pics and skin eruptions by taking
Stuart's Calcium Wafers.
These wonderful little workers have
| cured bad boils in three days, and
;scme cases of skin disease in a week.
j "Let Stuart's Calcium Wafers give
] you a fine, clear, transparent com
| plexion, like this young lady's."
1 They contain as their main ingredi-
I ent the most thorough, quick and ef
| t'ective blood cleanser known—calcium
Stuart's Calcium Wafers have not a
| particle of poison in them. They are
( ! free from mercury, biting drugs or
. j venomous opiates. This is absolutely
guaranteed. They cannot do any harm
| | but they always do good—good that
| j you can sec in the mirror before your
own eyes in a few days after.
t Stuart's Calcium Wafers will make
, yott happy because your face will be
, a welcome sight not only to yourself
t when you look into the glass, but to
l everybody else who knows you and
, talks with you.
You don't want to wait forever and
a day to get rid of your pimples or
i other skin eruptions. You want to get
t rid of them right now. Next week you
) may want to go somewhere where you
x wouldn't like to have to take the pim
Go to your druggist to-day and ob
f tain a box of Stuart's Calcium Wafers
. and then watch all your face horrors
simply fade away. They are sold
" wherever drugs are sold. Price 50
s cents. A small sample package will be
1 mailed free by addressing F. A. Stuart
Co., 175 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich.
i LISTERS OF MERCY
ol 603 North Second Stree!
r I HAVE OPENED
[ A MUSIC CLASS
y To Which We Solicit the Patronage
f ol Our Friends
Skin Easy to Have
A dull, drab, muddy complexion, or
an over-red, blotchy, pimply or freckled
skin can by a quite simple, harmless
and Inexpensive method, be changed to
one of flower-like radiance and purity.
One ounce of common meroolized wax,
sold by druggists generally, will re
move the most unsightly complexion In
from one to two weeks. By Its remark
able absorptive power, the withered,
faded or discolored layer of thin film
skin which hides the healthier skin
underneath, is gradually necked off In
tiny, almost invisible particles. This
Is done so gently there ia no incon
venience, and no trace is loft on the
skin except that of enhanced beauty.
The wax is smeared on like cold cream
before retiring, and removed in the
morning with warm water.
If the skin be wrinkled or saggy, a
face bath, made by dissolving 1 ojs.
powdered saxolite in Vfe pt. witch hazel,
will be found most effective. Combin
ing both astringent and tonic proper
ties. this tightens the skin and braces
tip Its supportlnf muscles. adv.
turned to their homo in Lebanon after
spending several days with Miss Lydia
•Major, 235 South Thirteenth street.
The Rev. George Hovertor, of EGiza
bethtown, spent several days with his
mother, Mrs. Mary Hoverter, 1,257 Mul
Miss Edith Springer. 13 45 Vernon
street, is the guest of relatives in Paoli
for several weeks.
Mrs. Alexander Morgan, of Lancas
ter, is tlhe guest of 'her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis C. Tomlinson, 1728 'Pul
Mrs. Ai'bert Cummins and daughter.
Miss Pauline Cummins, and Miss Edith
Cummins, of ITaddonfield, N. J., are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed'waTd P.
Doehne, of Bellevue.
IMiiss May Oomipton, who is in train
ing at tho Hahnemann hospital, Phila
delphia, Pa., and who will graduate next
month, is visiting Miss Ruth iHeagy, of
this city. Miss Compton was formerly
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stouffer and
daughter, Miss Lila Stouffer, of Mar
ked street, are goiug to Philadelphia to
spend the week-end with relatives.
Ernest Kuhn has returned to Cham
hersburjr after a visit with his son,
Charles Kuhn, 1348 Vernon street.
Mrs. Jacob Attiek, 1911 Penn street,
has returned from a visit 'to Philadel
.r. K. Howe, 145 Sylvan Terrace, 'has
returned home from a few days' visit to
Washington, D. C.
Miss Fannie MeCorkle, of West Wil
low, returned 'home yesterday after a
visit at the home of her brother, Jacob
MeCorkle, 2035 Penn street.
MTS. Stephen Dowhower, 414 Harris
street, is the guest of her parents at
Mrs. Anna Steever and Miss Emma
Knight, 223 Maclav street, are home
from a few days' stay at the former's
cottage fit Mt. G-retna.
Mrs. W. L. Neeter, Jr.. of Philadel
phia, was h guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs W. L. Neeter, 1427 North
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Donnelly, 1923 |
Penn street, have returned from a short
stay at their cottage at the Cove.
Mr. anil Mrs. J. G. M'cLaughlin, 237
Emerald street, 'have returned home
after a visit among friends in Erie.
Mr. and IM'rs. Louis Stroud, 54 North
Seventeenth Street, and their daughter,
Mrs. Victor Lyme, have returned home
after a motor trip to Sunbury.
Ferry E. Dysinger and Miss Mary E. '
Ellis were married yesterday afternoon j
at 4 o'clock by the Rev. J. S. Armen
trout, of Pine Street Presbyterian
church. They expect to 'begin house-1
: keeping at once in their newly-fur- j
| nished home at 154 0 North Sixth
On the 21st inst., at the residence of
the officiating clergyman, Mrs. Sarah
A. Wert, of Harrisburg, and Jacob R.
Givler, of Lancaster, were married by
j the Rev. H. F. Long, a former pastor
jof the 'bride. Mr. and Mrs. Givler will
reside in Lancaster.
WARSAW ARTILLERY DUEL
CONTINUES DAY AND NIGHT
' London. Oct. 22, 3.40 A. M.—The
: correspondent of the "Chronicle" at
Grodno, who has been with the Ger
■ man front, writes that the German ar
■ tillery duel around Warsaw continues
! with slight interruption day and night,
i The German trenches, he says, are very
t wide and, deep, while the Russian
trenches are scarcely more than shal
# low grooves. The Russian officer, in
explaining this, said:
"We don't dig much 'because wo
know we will not stay in one position.
" We either go forward or back, but us
" uallv forward.''
' The correspondent says that while
he was there some excitement was
1 caused along the Russian front by a re
-5 port that Emperor William had been
r captured by Cossacks a few miles up
' the line.
J "Everybody hid heard some days
1 before," the correspondent says, "that
r the Emperor was personally directing
the fighting and, therefore, most of the
* tioops credited the report, but when
p the Cossacks brought in the prisoner it,
was not the Emperor, but merely a Ger
' man captain who looked like the Em
peror and wore a moustache like his."
UUP WARSHIP LIES IN WAIT
a Honolulu, Oct. 22.—Standing just
s outside the three-mile limit, her search
-1 lights constantly illuminating the en
) trance to Honolulu harbor, the Japan
e ese battleship Hizen kept patrol last
t night, while anchored in the roads was
. the German warship Geir, which await
ed the verdict of pgrt officials as to how
" long she may remain in the harbor for
While the port officials have been
uncommunicative regarding this time
allowance, two reports have gained
credence. One is that the repairs will
be completed within a few days when
she must leave port and face her enemy
lying in wait outside without, or interne
here for the remainder of the war. The
other is that the officers of the Geir
may ask permission to send to the main
land for necessary engine equipment. In
this event her overhauling would re
quire at least a month.
j When trouble goes to sleep, smash
' the alarm dock.
"The Quality Store"
For Friday's Selling Only
EXTRA SPECIAL Ladies-'
Black Astrakhan Coats, three-quar
ter length and beautifully lined
throughout—Just new—this sea
son's style. A SIO.OO value spe
cial for Friday only at §6.9$
Ladies' Skirts in Navy Blue and
Black Serge—tunic styles—well
made and aro handsome garments.
Special for Friday at . . . -§2.98
Children's Rubberized Rain Capes
—in Blue only—silk lined hood—
sizes 8-10-12. Were $2.(10 and
$2.08. Special for Friday at
Black Taffeta Silk Waists, high
necks, long and short sleeves—spe
cial for Friday at ONE-HALF
PRICE—S3.SO values at $1.75,
$4.50 values at $2.25, etc.
Infants' Sweaters—in gray only
—all wool and collarless. Special
$1.75 values at . 89tf
SI.OO Values at 50<^
9x12 Axminster Rugs in beauti
ful fall patterns and colorings—per
fect in every detail. $25.00 values.
Special for Friday at . $18.98
35c to 50c Voiles with colored
border for curtains —5 to 10-yard
lengths and a few 15-yard lengths.
Special for Friday at, per yd., 25^
Ruffled Muslin Curtains with
edge and insertion, 2H yards long.
Worth 75c. Special for Friday at,
Pe r 49^
Panel Laces for door curtains—
all perfect goods. Regularly 15
to 19c per yard. Special for Fri
day at, per yard, 10^
Large double size gray cotton
blankets with attractive borders—a
good SI.OO value. Special for Fri
day at, per pair, 87<*
Large size bleached Turkish tow
els, heavy weight, hemmed ready
for use—worth 25c. Special for
Friday at, each, 18^
50c Princess and Bib aprons, made
of good quality percale, white
grounds with neat black figures—
colors fast. Special for Friday at,
EIGHTH BIBLE CONFERENCE ("God's Messengers" will be the sub-
j ject Monday afternoon at 3.30 and
Speaker Will Be Miss Dora Yu, of j "Power in the Service'' at 7.45. T' i
Shanghai, China j Tuesday subjects will be "Heavenl
The eighth monthly Bible conference ' Places and "The Bride of tim
will be held in the First Baptist, church, !
Second and Pine streets, Monday and i ———
Tuesday, under the direction of Miss I There are more men who have miss-
Dora Yu, founder of the Bible Study j ed opportunities than there arc who
and Prayer Home at Shanghai, China, j have lacked opportunities.
| On your way home today get
1 a package of the newest tid-bit:
CHEWING GUM V
Here is something that will tickle
the palate of Peppermint lovers.
And it's double strength
1-o-n-g 1-a-S't-i-n-g lots of "Pep"!
It's double wrapped and sealed,
so it's always at its freshest
With each 5 cent package
is a United Profit - Sharing
Coupon good for valuable
You get double value —and delight for
the whole family—the cost is a mere
United Coupons now come also with
WRfGLETS \UMUntyr - _
Ladies' petticoats in black and
American Beauty only, very pretty
material with deep flounce and trim
med with neat tucks, pin tucks and
shirring; s»c qualities. Special
for Friday at 37^
Mercerized napkins hemmed ready
for use, size 18x18 inches. Worth
SI.OO per dozen. Special for Fri
day at, per dozen, 75^
SB-inch unbleached muslin, me
dium weight, fine even thread—a 7c
valuo. Special for Friday at, per
SIxOO bleached seamless sheets,
hand torn, made with 8-inch hows—
splendid serviceable cloth. Regu
larly 69c. Special for Friday at,
Remnants and short lengths of
our print stock, including Indigo
blue, black and gray, light grounds,
etc.—all the best makes, they
sell regularly at 7c. Special for
Friday at, per yard,
EXCEPTIONAL—SpeciaI lot of
LA RESISTA Corsets, most all sizes
in the lot. Regular $5.00 values.
Special for Friday at, each, ffj C)g
Ladies' medium weight union
suits—short sleeves and low neck,
also long sleeves and high neck;
most all sizes and extra sizes. Regu
larly 98c. Special for Friday at,
Special lot of ladies' cambric
night gowns in high, square and
round necks and in long and short
sleeves—all nicely trimmed with
tucks and embroidery. Worth 75c.
Special for Friday at
Ladies' silk and leather Belts—
a special lot, values 25c and 50c.
Special for Friday at, each .. .
50c KADY suspenders. Special
for Friday at 35^
25c PIONEER lisle suspenders.
Special for Friday at J
Silver mesh purses with both long
and short chains; 50c values. Spe
cial for Friday at, each, .. . 25^
Swift & Co.'s hard water soap;
regularly 5c per cake. Special for
Friday at U cakes for