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Witmer, Bair and Witmer —Main Store and Annex
We Have Made Special Preparations for You for
To-morrow in All Departments
60 Special Waists for Saturday and Monday—Fine white lingerie, voile, etc; loce trimmed,
Ions: sleeves. Reduced from #1 .!>«"» to $4.7") for $1.50 and $1.95.
<Jf Silk Crepe de Chine Waists, long sleeves, navy. gold, maize, rose and delph blue. Reduced
from $5.75 and $7.50. for 53.05.
<Jf White Lingerie Waists, in plain and embroidered voile, fancv ere pes; some lace trimmed
others P. K. Vests, etc., 51.05, $2.75, 82.95. $3.50 and $4.50.
<ff 10 Styles Waists, plain or striped, crepe, Roman, Persian, etc., 95c.
Hundreds of Naw Suits and Coats
<]f 50 New Sample and Regular Stock Suits, black, green, brown, navy. etc. Values $19.75 to
Special for Saturday. 815.00.
<J New Serge Dresses -plain or satin combination. $6.50. $5.75, $8.95 to $35.00.
Dress Skirts, black and naw -$3.50 to $11.75.
<j Silk Petticoats $3.00, $3.50, 53.75. $4.00 to $5.00.
Witmer, Bair and Witmer Annex, 311 Walnut St. for Great Values
<J 50 New Winter Coats This Week—Sport or College -The :? 4 and full length, for the young
girls, middle-aged or elderly women—black, navy and mixtures—The best value we ever
offered. $4.75, 85.00 and 85.75.
<J 50 Odd Winter Coats, $6.00. $7.50 and 87.95.
9 Winter Suits —For urirls and small women. Ki. 15, It!. 17. 18 and 'iS sizes—slo.oo to $15.00
values. Extra special for Satuday. $5.00.
<jf 6 New Styles of Waists—ln white and the new stripes: extra special for Saturdav. 95c.
<| New Silk Jersey and Messaline Petticoats— colors and black. 81.75, $1.95, 82.50,
82.75. 82.95 and $2.98.
<Jf Serge Dresses—Navy, black and brown—P. K. collar and cuffs, tons; overskirt. $3.75
<jf New Fall Dress Skirts—Navy and black. small Hint large sizes, to
House Dresses—Ginghams, percales, etc.: sizes 1(? to 56. 81-00 to 81.65.
Witmer, Bair and Witmer wainut d st?eet
SOCIAL AND PER
B. H. S. M HELD DANCE
Many Guests Attended First Fall Social
of Popular Club, Held in Han
The B. H. S. Club gave a dance in !
Hanshaw'g hall last evening, with the
following guests in attendance:
Miss Gertrude Kearson. Miss Goldie 1
Katmian. Miss G&ldie Mall, Miss Mae
Winfield, Miss Davidson, of Philadel
phia: Miss Ida Reamer, of Wvford:
Miss Helen Baturin, Miss Dora Cohen,
Miss Helen Silverman, Miss Esther
Arch, Miss Rae Broude, Miss Bessie
Michlovitz, Miss Anna Michlovitz,
Miss Minnie Rochman, Miss Mary Con
stance Baturin. Miss Florence (.apin.
Miss Mary Cooper. Miss Tillie Bast-h,
Miss Hanna Michaels. Miss Edua tiaron
zik, Miss Bessie Capiu, Miss i"r-> ik
Charles Cooper. Lou Cohen. David Sher
man. Albert Arch, Mitchell Wolfe. B.
Cohen. A. Bloom. Charles Brenner.
Herman Nathan, 1. Racbman. W lliam
Miller, Lou Williams. Jack < ohen, T.
Morris, Samuel Handler. I. t ohen. Da
vid Morrison, B. Goodman, of Balti
more; William Yoffee. of Palmyra, and
J I'M OR All> SOCIETY MET
Were Entertained at Home of Miss \n.
nette Bailey Yesterday Afternoon
Miss Annette Bailey entertained the
members of the Junior Children's Aid
Society at her home. Front and South
streets, yesterday. Games were en
joyed and refreshments Served.
The members present included Miss
Dorothea Davis, M ss Lydia Kunkel, I
Miss Alice Virginia Cooper. Miss Mary
< ooper. Miss Alice I.ouise Lescure.
.Miss Susanna Maguire, Miss Louise An
derson ilickok. Miss Winifred Meyers.
Miss Nel'e Payne, Miss Cecelia Kuu
kel, Mis« Mary Louise Hublev, Miss
MISS PATSCKKE HOSTESS
Entertained at Cards and Dancing at
Miss Carolyn Patschke entertained at'
her home. ;J2S North Second street,
last evening at cards. Following the
games a buffet luncheon was served and
dancing enjoyed. The guests included:
Mi-s Maude Miller. Miss Ethel Bald-,
w ii. Miss Mettle Reigle. Mis- Bess Hu
bar, Miaa Cells Hoflfmai. Miss Pat«ehke, •
11. E. Mover. A. Shaall. Claude Hart
man. Mr. Maliison, Dr. R. J. Reigle.
and Raymond Baker.
AWFUL TORTURE ~I
Spread Over Body. Had No Rest.
Could Find No Relief Anywhere.
Nearly Crazy. Cuticura Soap and
Cuticura Ointment Healed.
, 726 Moss St., Reading. Pa.— "About
four years and a half ago 1 noticed little
rea pimples on my legs. They to
i, itch me and final!) they began
to spread over my body. J was
• ji _ j getting worse every day at
work and F had no rest I
vL I wquld have to scratch under
i. ~J my arms then my less. walk i
S steps having a little re
lief, then it began again on my
\ \ \ I body, then le«s again, then my
back until I was nearly crazy
for it waj &ji awful torture. I would go o
bed early and all I would do was roll around
scratching my bod> all the time. In win-e
--my oody and lesrs were covered with erup
tion from scratching and rubbing so that I j
could hardly stand it. I could And no relief.
When I would take ray bath in the evening !
1 would have to take off my underclothing
carefully from my body and legs. I was
tortured by that awful irritation.
" I got some Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
1 took a bath with warm water and Cu'icura
Soap and put the Cuticura Ointment on ray
back from my neck to my feet. I did this
every night until In a few weeks there was
not a sign of eruption on my :,ody. My akin
was entirely healed." (Signed, Frank Roy. \
Feb. 20. 1914. *
Samples Free by Mail
Although Cuticura Soap «20c.) and Cuti
cura Ointment -tOc > are sold throughout
the world, a sample of each with 32-p. Skin j
Book will be sent free upon requests Ad- |
drew post-card "Cuticura. Dept. T. Boston."
■B. AND MRS. HOSE GIVE
PARTY FOB DAUGHTER
Guests Spent Pleasant Evening With
Games and Music, After Which
Dainty Refreshments Were Served
—Booms Prettily Decorated
Mr. and 'Mis. William H. Hose enter
tained at their home, 1106 Market
street, last evening, in honor of their
little .iaughter, Evelyn Bell Hose.
The rooms were prettily decorated
and t.e guests spent a pleasant even
v, •.. i > '
.23p? HB&l f
c , V
EVELYN BELL HOSE
ing. Th'ise present included Mr. ami
Mrs. Hose. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sny
der. Mr. an 1 Mrs. J. C. Grumbine, Mr.
an 1 Mrs. William E. Emeri-k, Mr. and
Mrs. William P.itt. Mrs. John Macklin.
Miss Emma Wagner, Miss Ba'ier. Mrs.
Annie Hafer, Mrs. Annie Metzger,
Charles .Shaner, George Kile. John Goff,
Mr. and M-s. James MoCune. William
« arpenter. Misses Genevieve Snyder.
Marv .Snyder, Ix>uise Snyder. Margaret
try. Caroline Fry. Catherine Pry. Ro
maine KY\. James Gtiyler, Caroline
Haas. Sadie Morrott, Master Clark
Grumbine. Master «*harles Jones and
John >hernian, of Newark, N. J.
FIRST RfIINBOWTEfI TO-DAY
Held This Afternoon With Prominent
Members of the Board
Open house at the Y. W. C. A. ves
teraay was a great success. While not
half of the people registered on account
of the crowds around the desk thou
sands of people inspected the new
To day from -I to 5 o'clock is being
held the i reliniinarv tea of the Rain"
how C»:n;..tign. Miss Mary Jennings as
general chairman of the campaign gave
instructions to all of the lieuteuants and
helpers who thronged the first floor of
the .W.C. A. to- iav during the speci
fied hours. The outlook for a large
membership ncrease is most prom sin".
Mrs. Henri- McC'orniick, Mrs. Robert
A. Lambert on. Mrs. J. K. Smith and
Mrs. 1). M. Gilbert poured tea to-day.
ENTERTAINED 3IITE SOCIETY
Guests of Mrs. Mary Elder Spend Pleas
Mrs. Mary Kl.ler entertained the
members of the Mite Society of Ridge
Avenue M. E. church at her home last
evening. A short business session was
held, after which the evening was spent
in a social manner. Those present were:
Mrs. Thomas MeC'lure. Mrs. John
Kobler, Mrs. David Fisher, Mrs. T.
Miles Logan, Mrs. E. Pancake, 'Mrs. M.
L. Horting, Mrs. William Stimer, Mrs.
George Hamer, Mrs. Annie Herr. Mrs.
Cora Ewing Harr. Mrs. Harry Leonard,
Miss Jennie Porter and Miss* Katherine
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT. FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1914.
THE BIIIIMTO WEDDING
Ceremony Performed at Home of
Bride's Sister by the Rev. Mr.
A pretty wedding was celebrated
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Sovinore Simmons, 2K!S
North Fourth street, when Mrs. Sim
mon's sister. Miss Lulu C. Otto, was
married to ,1. S. Bittinger, .!r„ of Me
dian csbtirg. The Rev. Mr. Sharp, of
the Trinity Lutheran church. Mechan
ics burg, officiated with the riug cere
The bride was atten led by her sis
ter. Mrs. Simmons. Mr. Simmons act
ed as best man. Master Hubert Sim
mons. nephew of the bride, was ring
bearer. The bride carried a bouquet
of bride roses and wore a whito lace
dress and the matron of honor ha i
white chrysanthemums. After the cere
mony a wedding supper was served.
Owing to the recent death of the
groom's mother only the immediate
members of the family wore present.
After November I Mr. an i Mrs. B:t
--tinger will be at home to their fri.'nds
at - 113 -treet.
RAI B DIEHI. WKDMXti NOV. 11
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Diehl Issued Invi
tations for Event Yestarday
Mr. and Mr-, Clark E. Diehl. 250
Briggs street, yesterday issued invita
tions for the marriage "of their daugh
ter. Fanny Kennedy Diehl, to William
Shult • Raub, of Lancaster, which w 11
take place in the Grace Methodist
Episcopal church Wednesday evening,
November 11, at S o'clock.
The ceremony will be performed by
the Rev. Dr. .lolin D. Fox and will be
followed by a small reception at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Garfield
Hatz. 110 State street. Following a
southern wedding trip Mr. Raub and
his brilie will reside in Lancaster.
Miss Anna Watts Convalescing
Miss Anna Watts, who has been se
riously ill at her nome. 1100 North
Front street, is greatly improved to
day and able *o be up for a little while.
Killed in Railroad Yard
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., O.t. 23.—The
body of Btopiien* Cann was found iii the
Lehigh Valley yards yesterday. How
he came to his death is not known, but
it is believe! that he was walking
through the yards and was struck by a
train of cars that waj being switched.
The best thing about the
I Victrola is its convenience.
Any of the world's music at
i any time you want it.
The model illustrated is
the improved $75.00 in
Our salesmen will be pleas
ij ed to show you the complete
stock of Victrolas ranging
from $15.00 to $200.00.
Our terms are convenient.
C A\ Sl£ler*
30 Nor Ik 2nASt"Zr*ij
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mrs. Sanford I). Cos and Miss Dora
Coe, 2017 North Second street, have
returned from a trip to New York City.
I-ear Kline, 1246 Derry street, and
Hari\ Long. Market street, have m
turned from a trip to Quebec and Mon
Mrs. l». W. Widder, Mrs. Harpster
and Mrs. Bart, 1244 Derry street, and
their guest motored to tenter Hall to
day, where they will visit relatives.
Mrs. ,1. D. Shields, 224 South Sec
ond street, left this morning for a trip
to Philadelphia and New York City.
Warreu S. Ward and daughter, Hel
en. are in the city attending the fu
neral of the former's sister, Mrs. J. E.
Elliot Ward, of Washington, Pa., has
returned to his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude B. Hess, of
Pennsylvania Furnace, are in the city
attending thi funeral of the tatter's
sister. Mrs Laura Boob.
Samuel Irvin of Lewistown, has re
turned home after being the guest of
J. E. Boon.
Miss Ca r rie M. Beers has returned to
her home in Newport.
Dr. Samuel G. Dixon, Commissioner
of Health, and his private secretary, H.
Limlley Hosford, left to day for Ham
burg. They will attend the opening of
the new Hamburg Sanitarium tomor
Secretary V B. Critchfield, of the
Department of Agriculture, returned to
day from the Veterinarian convention
held this week in Albany. C. J. Mar
shall, of his department, accompanied
him. Next week Secretary Critchfield
and Pood Commissioner Folist will at
tend the National Dairy Show to be
hell in the Union Stock Yards, Chi
Mr. and Mrs. E. Wallower have
returned to their fromo at Front and
Maclnv streets after a ten days' trip
to Joplin, Mo., and Oklahoma City.
Mrs. John V. Reilv, of Fort Hunter,
is home from Gerinantown, where she
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. John
Mrs. John Conrad, of Maclay and
Cameron streets, has returned home aft
er a visir with her mother at Dauphin.
The Rev. Harvey N. Biekel, of Potts
»ilie. has returned to his home after
having been the guest of his brother.
0. M. Biekel, 1509 North Sixth street.
Mrs. Samuel Gault. 1 709 North Sixth
street, is going to Philadelphia to be
the guest of her daughter for several
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Paxton, 611
B'iggs street, left to-day to spend some
time with relatives at Charleroi.
Miss Pearl Boring, of Pittsburgh,
who iias been the gnert of Mrs. C. H.
Kehr. 910 North Third street, has re
Mrs. B. Herr and daughters, Mrs. S.
M. Kinter and Miss Lucy Herr, are
stopping for a. while at Haddon Hall,
Mrs. lessie B. M. Neely, of Newark,
N. J., after spending three weeks with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reyn
olds. ] 2 Aberdeen street, returned home
yesterday. During her trip sine visited
her aunt. Mrs. Maud Perine. at Balti
more. and her uncle, A. G. Clauser, at
New Bloom field.
Mrs. Putt, of Dauphin, is the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Zeiders,
1320 Kirtatinuy street.
Mrs. J. E. Atkinson. South Thir
teenth street, is the guest of her moth
er in Tower City, foi* the week-end.
Miss Mary Campbell, 1216 Market
street, who has been quite ill of diph
theria, is convalescing.
C. J. Weirick has returned to Phil
adelphia after spending several days
with relatives. 1276 Walnut street.
Mrs. Dennis Perry has returned to
her home in Gettysburg after spending
Be a Pantry
Pirate Once More
By Using Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
You Can Renew the Appetite
of Your Boyhood Days
Some of you suffering men and
women would just as soon think of
eating pie, .jam and cookies as you
would of sleeping with a pair of
Bengal tigers. You're afraid of your
stomach. If you will only try a
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet after each
meal and at bed time you will very
soon overcome this fear of fowl.
"Gee! It's great to eat like a boy
These little Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets go into the stomach just like
food- They mix their uew and fresh
digestive qualities with your worn-out
! juices in stomach and intestines and
thus enrich your body, stop gas, irrita
tion and "after eating distress." The
i act of taking a Stuart 's Dyspepsia Tab
let is a pleasing one. You cat it as you
would an "after dinner mint" or a "bon
bon." It at once mixes with your food
and digests that food. It relieves the
; strain of that meal, of course, and thus
you experience a joyful feeling from
Soon your appetite will return. You
will find yourself eating the foods you
would dearly love to eat, but are afraid
to eat; and in a very short time your
old digestive system will be returned
to you, for our bodies very quickly
readjust themselves to normal condi
tions when we stop the trouble that
| makes them diseased.
Go to your druggist, no matter where
you live, and buy a box of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets. To any one wishing
a free trial of these tablets please ad
dress F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart
Bldg., Marshall, Mich., and a small
sample package will be mailed free
Zemo, the Clew, Antiseptic, Non-
Oreasy Liquid. Goes Bight to the
Root of the Trouble and Puts
an End to Skin Eruptions.
Trial Bottle Free to Prove It.
Whenever you really make up your
mind to be rid of those unsightly and
repulsive pimples ami facial blemishes
—whenever you get tired of experi
ment in g with
£ |l salves, lotions and
upon Zemo and it
J will not fail you.
healthy skins don't come from any of
these fancy preparations. If you want
a velvety, flawless skin and an exqui
site complexion, you should use Zemo
(the clean. antiseptic, non-greasy
liquid) to rid you of skiu microbes and
to tone up the skin blood vessels and
Try it! Get a 25c bottle from your
druggist to-day or send address and
4c (actual postage) to E. W. Rose Co.,
Laboratories, Dept. 36. St. Louis, Mo.,
for free trial bottle, in plain wrapper,
to prove it.
Zemo is sold and guaranteed by
druggists everywhere, and in Harris
bury by Golden Seal Drug Store, E. Z.
Gross, Kennedy "s Medicine Store, Croll
Keller, W. T. Thompson, P. M. Forney
and T. Prowell. Steelton, Pa. J. Nelson
Clark Drug Co. adv.
some time with M*. and Mrs. Charles
Stent:'., 319 Hummel street.
Miss Mary Beattv, 1406 N'orfh Sec
ond street, has returned home from
Mrs. B. Pelton. 1247 Market street,
has returned from Philadelphia where
s»he was the guest of relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ladv have re
turned to their home in Gettysburg aft
er a recent visit with Mrs. James Storm,
Mrs. S. Cooper, 600 North street, is
spending the week in York with Mr.
and Mrs. I). Kagen and on her return
home will be accompanied by IMTS.
Miss Ida Reamer, of Wv ford. Md.,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Williams,
Miss Mary Constance Baturin, 639
Boas street, and Miss Sara Baturin will
leave next week for a visit to New-
Mrs. Saybourne has returned to her
home in Canton, 0., after spending some
time with Mrs. B. Pelton, 1247 Slarket
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schmidt, 59
North Thirteenth street, are home from
a motor trip to Mt. St. Mary's College,
Emmitsburg, where they were guests
of their sons, Joseph, Albert and
Russeil Tomlinson ahd William Tom
linson have returned to their home in
Chambersburg after a visit with their
mother, Mrs. W. Tomlinson, 1619 lle
Mrs. John Phillips, of Camp Hill, lias
returned home after a visit to Newville
with Mrs. W. A. Phillips, of Steelton.
Mr. and !\ITS. Scott S. Crane, of Al
toona, former Harrisburgers. en route
from a ten days' trip to Atlantic City,
were guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Prank E. Commings, 14 North
Fourt'h street, this week.
Free Demonstration Saturday
of our spiced prepared mustard, made
of the finest and purest spices. Come
in and sample it. Grand Union Tea
Co., 20S North Second street, adv.
Announce Daughter's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Miller, 1108
Plum street, have announced the en
gagement of their daughter, Lena I.
Miller, to Edward James Dunlap, of
this city. Both young people have a
host of friends in the city. Miss Mil
ler is a graduate of Central High
school, class of 1912, a D. V. Y. So
rority girl and a former captain of the
Central High school basketball team.
The wedding will take place Thursday,
One Service for Both
Men and Women Will
Be Held at Grace
Work on Interior of Tabernacle Will
Start To-morrow—Last Number of
Bi-weekly Bulletin Prepared by
The usual Sunday services held sep
arately for men and women in different
parts of the city preliminary to tho
opening of the actual Stough evangel
istic campaign will be combined in one
big mass meeting for men and women
to be held at Grace Methodist church
at 3 o'clock Suuday afternoon, the last
Sunday before the coming of Evangel
ist Stough. The tabernacle meetings
open the following Sunday, continuing
for six weeks.
At the last preliminary mass meeting
this Sunday afternoon Miss Josephine
Colt, leader of the workers' training
classes, will tell the women of the part
they must take in the campaign, and
W. W. Shannon, preliminary organizer
of the Stough party, will speak to tho
men of the duties imposed on them.
There will be music by the Rutherford
Y. M. C. A. quartet.
Comparatively few volunteers worked
on the tabernacle to-day. The wom
en's work commit" , e served sandwiches
and coffee. Waii'rproof covering was
spread over the -i des of the building
and the exterior was practically com
pleted. Special efforts will be made to
The Word "BARGAIN" Was Never More Appro
priately Used Than in the Case of These
Ladies' Fall Outergarments
I lie snip of Ladies' unrl Misses' Kail Outergarments which we are
conducting is not a matter of choice. We have been forced to reduce
prices materially to overcome the overstocked condition of our store,
due to the backwardness of the season. We mention this, not in a
spirit ot complaint, but to impress upon you the exceptional advan
tages you may enjoy this season by purchasing now.
Alluring Suit Offerings In the Sale
■)" f 1 ! 0 ' serge aud novelty cloth suits, newest, models,
satin lining, sir.es up to 42, worth $14.98. Sale pg
Gabardine, unfinished diagonal, poplin, serge and novelty
cloth suits in all wanted shades and models, worth £ \ /» ftO
$16.98. Sale price, »P lU. 70
$20.98 to $24.98 suits in poplins, serges, gabardines, broad
cloths, unfinished worsteds and finished serges, Skin- p f|Q
ner's and other guaranteed satin lining. Sale price, «P 1 3.V0
Suits in hrodcloths, finished and unfinished serges, gabardines,
novelty cloths, poplins, etc., worth $27.50 to (tic l\i\
$,">0.00. Snle price, 818.HH to
We were fortunate in se
curing at a price a lot of
handsome waists. There are
three lots to choose from, all
embodying the strict command
of fashion. The values are
in each instance $5.00, but
through the price concession
given us, you may select to
morrow from Black Net Waists
over white silk, with corded
silk vest and cuffs; Plaid
Taffeta Silk Waists in Navv
and Green: Messaline Silk
Waists in plain shades and
An unusually larjre collection of pretty College Coats for Ladies
and Misses is to be seen here now in novelty mixtures, Scotch plaids
and mixtures, and plain shades, all this season'smod- |CT AO
els, and worth $8.50 to $22.50. Our price. #1.1)8 to »pl 5.V0
EXTRA VALUE IN SERGE DRESSES
All wool serge dresses in navy and black, silk girdle and vest
white pique collar and cuffs, coat effect in back, and
unusually pretty model for street wear, value $7.50 C A CVO
Our price #4r,VO
10-12 South Fourth Street
get volunteers to morrow, and work will
begin inside the big building.
Word Received From Dubois
Word has been received by the local
executive committee of the whirlwind
finish of the evangelistic campaign at
Dubois, where Dr. Stough and his par'y
have been engaged for the last six
weeks. This campaign will close -:ct
Monday. Something will be doing ev
ery day until the finish, but the big
gest thing will probably be a monster
street parade of Sunday schools, which
has been arranged for to-night, when
all records for the district are to be
Up to date over 2,500 persons have
"hit the trail'' and this number is ex
pected to be increased before the cam
paign closes. These figures are consid
ered to be remarkable for the size of
the town, which has about 12,000 popu
lation. In the early weeks this was
one of the hardest fights the Stough
party ever had to handle. The party
will take a few days' rest preparatory
to their opening at Harrisburg a week
Last evening, considerable midnight
electric light in this city was burned.
Several committees and sub-committees
were on the job until a late hour. The
Press Publicity committee went to press
with the fifth and last issue of the
"Campaign Bulletin" which will be
distributed in the churches on Sunday
morning. Seven thousand, five hundred
copies will be printed. It contains some
advance information about the opening
program of the Tabernacle meetings
and a calendar of next week's events.
Instructions for the Sunday after
noon census takers were given last
night by R. E. Boswell, chairman of
the committee at a meeting of 800
volunteers in Grace Methodist church.
The workers were given pamphlets
bearing a visitors catechism, which de
scribes fully the system of home vis
itation to be used in taking the census.
A card will be made out for each fain
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jf; Whiskey did more to relieve her
an an ? other remedy; in fact,
jmf she thinks, it saved her life. She
ncS!l of " stomach trouble, I was left in
through Hut thanks to
your wonderful stimulant anil tonic,
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, I am now
pounds, which is an of 40
in tvvo years. Before taking
* X" JS-v Duffy's I'll re Malt Whiskey none of
t ' le medicines the doctor pave me
,\ seemed to help me, and I suffered un
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N. Camac St., Philadelphia, Pa.
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tions and substitutes. Look for the trade mark, the "Old ESf it AhL
C hemist,' on the label, and be certain the seal over the cork Ijj |BI
"Sold by most druggists, grocers and dealer* in sealed \\JjßjHf /
bottles only—never in bulk—by Pennsylvania trade Pull
(Quarts $1.25 per Bottle; Commercial yuart, SI.OO per
Bottle." The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y.
of Dress Skirts
Tomorrow we place on sale
one of the most attractive
skirt offerings we have ever
offered. There are fifty all
wool serge skirts in navy and
black, in two styles, one with
yoke and vest eft'ect, the other
with plain tunic over ac
cordeon pleated underskirt of
self material; the values are
$3.50, you may
have vour choice < /\Q
for $1 .yo
ily, with the name, age, if under 21,
denomination and the degree' of church
activity of each individual. Ten thou
sand cards have been printed and each
worker will carry enough to supply his
Street Meeting To-morrow
To-morrow evening a big street meet
ing is planned by the personal service
committee under the leadership of
Frank H. Gregory. The committee will
meet in _the Fourth Street Church of
God at 7.30, and after a short devo
tional meeting will march to Market
square for the meeting. The music will
bo led by a small orchestra which has
offered its services.
A committee meeting to-night at 8
o'clock at headquarters of the com
bined press ami publicity committee
will be held under the direction of R.
F. Webster, for the first time. Business
of a most important nature will be dis
cussed and every man is wanted to be,
The second preliminary rehearsal of
the tabernacle chorus of the Stough
campaign will be held in the auditorium
of the Technical High school to-mor
row evening at 8 o'clock.
The orchestra will meet at 7.30
o'clock for special rehearsal. All per
sons enrolled in the chorus and orches
tra are urged to be present. All per
sons irrespective of church relation de
siring to join the chorus or orchestra
are urged to report. Another oppor
tunity to enroll will be given at this
No further announcements than
through the press will be made.
S.-ott—How long were you away on
your wedding tour? Matt—Too long;
it developed into a lecture tour.—Bus
Many a man has just missed being
great, but the fact never has been
ebiselled on any one's tombstone.