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With a Little Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablet, the Secret of Perfect
You should see our farmers anil their
boys eating in the fields. On the farm
five meals a day is the rule. No one
ever has stomach trouble beeause meals
are digested and people live normally.
In the city we lose our "pep" and
indigestion, dyspepsia, stomnch trou
ble, etc., make us look on five meals
as an impossibility.
Father's Boy—"Just think of broth
er Joe in the city. Ho can't eat. Why,
a sandwich like this would kill him."
A majority of people have come to
know the blessing? which an occasional
use of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets con
fer u|>on the stomach. They arc tin
questionably the most popular remedy
known, for the reason that dyspepsia
is the national disease, and these won
derful little tablets have lon« since ac
quired n national reputation as a
thoroughly reliable'and ellicient cure for
all forms of dyspepsia and indigestion.
Xo matter how great the excess of
food taken into the stomach, one or
two of these tablets will digest every
particle of it. A package of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets should always be in
the house. Many a person has saved
himself from a serious attack of acute
indigestion by using them after heavy
meals, such as are eaten Christmas, New
Year's, Thanksgiving and other holi
days and festal seasons.
After attending banquets, late sup
pers, heavy fancy dinners, after !he
atre parties, etc., where one has dined
sumptuously and luxuriantly, Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets should in\ ariably
be used, as they digest the food per
fectly and completely, and prevent all
possibility of dyspepsia, which, with
out their use. is more than likely to
Go to your druggist to-day and buy
a box. A small sample package of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will be
mailed free to any one who will address
K. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bide.,
Marshall. Mich. Adv.
S. S. CLASS JIELD DING
Officers Elected and An Hour Enjoyed
by Mrs. J. W. Finton's
Mrs. John W. Finton's Sunday school
class of the Fifth Street M. E. church
lield its regular monthly meeting in the
churtih parlors. Monday evening. Offi
cers were elected as follows: Mrs. Frank
tiemperling, president; vice president,
Mis. • l o'hn Page; secretary, William
< handler; treasurer, IMiss IMarv Bowers;
chairman of devotional committee. Mrs.
Jacob Shoaff: sick committee, Mrs. il
ia m Fenstamacher: social, Airs. Charles
Whine; membership, Mrs. James Pennell.
After the business session the even
ing was spent in a social manner and
lefreshments were served. Those pres
Mrs. George Reed, Mrs. Harry Kreps,
Mrs. Peter Williamson, Mrs. .1. W. Pin
ion, Mrs. Edward Forney. Mrs. \V. IJ.
Chandler, Mrs. Frank Gemperling, LVtiss
Alary 'Bowers, Mrs. Jacob SlioatT, Mrs.
William Penstamaher, 'Mrs. Charles
K'itine, 'Mrs. James Pennell.
Spent Evening in Camp Hill
.Misses Anna and A'ellie McCoy and
■M'iss Rose Wagner, of ' amp Hill• p au i
Uoutrich and Walter Myers, of IMiddle
town, and LoTand Schauer, of this city,
were entertained at the home of Dr. R.
-V. Staley. Camp (Hill, last evening. Mu
sic, five hundred and dancing were en
joyed and refreshments served.
Announce Birth of Son
Mr. and I.Mrs. Walter W. Boysrtui. 2537
North Sixth street, announce the birth
of a son.
What We Say It Is, It Is
THE LAST TIME YOU
CARVED A TURKEY
You vowed you'd have a
new Carving Set before
you made another attempt
at serving the national
fowl, didn't you?
Thanksgiving and the
•turkey arrive next week.
How about the Carving
Come in and get it to-day
—also select the -new Sil
ver von promised your
wife she should have—or
better still, bring her with
.The new designs iri Ster
ling and Plated Silver are
unusually pleaSng— and
right now, while tlie stocks
are complete, is a splendid
time to replenish your
Diener quality is the kind
you want—Sterling Silver
of Standard Weight and
Plated Ware that will give
Gifts of Silver and other
goods selected now will be
held until Christmas on
payment of a small de-
108 Market Street
HARRISBURG STAR-TNDEPEXPENT, WEBNESDAV EVEXTNG. NOVEMBER IS. 1914.
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
IHISS LILLIE WALTON AND
ROBERT T. FOX HARRIED
Wedding Was an Event of Last Even
ing Taking Place in the Zlon Lu
theran Church of Hummelstown—
Many Out of Town Quests
A very pretty wedding was solemn
ized at 7 o'clock last evening at Zion
Lutheran church, Hummelstown, when
Miss Lillie S. Walton, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Allen K. Walton, of Hum
melstown. was united in marriage with
Robert T. Pox, son of Mr. and Mrs.
•lames G. Pox, of Hummelstown. Tlu
ceremony was performed bv the Kev.
Herbert S. Games, of the Zion Luther
an church. Hummelstown, and by the
Rev. D. Burt Smith, of St. Paul's Lu
theran church. Hast on, and formerly
pastor of the church in Hummelstown.
The church was beautifully decor
ated with potted plants, ferns and cut
flowers, the color scheme being pink
and white. Mr. Otto Kraus. Jr., of
Philadelphia played Wagner's ''Bridal
Chorus" as the bridal party entered
the church and Mendelssohn's March
as they left.
The bride was dressed in white satin
and carried a shower bouquet of white
orchids, white roses and lilies of the
valley. Her attendants carried out the
color scheme of pink and white. The
ma\d of honor. Miss Caroline E. Wal
ton. sister of the bride, wore a pink
crepe de chcnc dress and a very pretty
head dress of pink tulle and pink os
trich tips and carried a shower bouquet
of Killarnev roses. The bridesmaids,
Miss Hilpa d. Schram, of Columbia;
Miss Margaret Shearer, of Carlisle;
Miss Virginia Daddow, of Saint Claire;
Miss M. Virginia Fox, of Hummels
town, and sister of the groom, all wore
soft white gowns and headdresses of
pink tulle and white ostrich tip? and
carried pink chrysanthemums.
The best man was A. Ross Waltsr,
of Harrisburg, and the ushers were
Thomas G. Pox. brother of the groom;
Paul A. Sykes. of Lancaster; Phil S.
Mover, of Harrisburg, and Elmer E.
At S.IlTi o'elock Mr. ami Mrs. Wal
ton entertained about 200 of their
friends at a reception followed by a
dance at their home. Locust Farm. The
house and ball room were beautifully
I decorated with greens and cut flowers,
pink and white chrysanthemums pre
Among the guests in attendance
were: Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Walton. Rob
ert A. Walton, Miss Lillie Goehmann,
Henry 0. Deshong. Miss Susie E. Col
lins. Mr. and M'-s. John 11. Gav, Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Gav, Jr., Miss C.
Beatrice B. Fox. Dr. and Mrs. Webster
L. Fox. Mrs. Harry H. Boyd, Miss M.
Mac Mullen. Miss Ethel Schleiner Miss
Mary Ludv. Mrs. Annie M. Leech, Miss
Louise Tagit, Mrs. George Bovd. all
of Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Walton, Miss Virginia Walton, Mr. and
Mis. Alfred Elkinton, Miss Anna Elk
inton. Miss Anna Walton, Mrs. Eliza
beth Warrington, all of Movlan; Miss
Ruth Lemaster. Miss Dorothv Lemaster,
of Lancaster; Miss Esther Mather, of
Alliance, Ohio; Judge aud Mrs. 8. J. M.
Mc.Carrell, Senator and Mrs. John E.
Fox, Judge and Mrs. George Kunkel,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hershev, Mrs. Frank
Wickersham, Mrs. John H. Weiss, Miss
Caroline Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. John Pox
Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kunkel.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Stroup, all of Har
BAZAR AND F-fID SAIE £F
ST. STEPHEN'S GUILD
Ladies of Episcopal Church to Hold
Their Annual Affair, Saturday Aft
ernoon in the Parish House—Com
mittees Have Been Appointed
Saturday afternoon, from 3 to 6
o'clock, the annual food sale and bazar
of St. Stephen's Guild, of St. Steph
en 's Episcopal church, will be held iu
the parish house.
Mrs. William M. Donaldson, Mrs.
Marl in E. Olmsted. Mrs. George Whit
ney, Miss Shunk, Mrs. Rollin Alger
Sawyer, Miss Whitman, Miss Donald
son and Miss Kate Cox, will have
| charge of the fancy work table.
V special feature of the sale will be
the delicatessen table where homemade
pies, cakes, crullers, jellies, salads,
pickles, bread and many other delicious
foods will be on sale. The cake table
and the candy booth with Mrs. W. W.
Galbraith, Mrs. Bridgman. Mrs. Hur
loek, Mrs. R. V. Fairlamb, Mrs. E. J.
Dickinson, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Uor«as!
Mrs. Randall, Mrs. Tittsworth, Mrs.
Buchanan, Mrs. Keffer, Miss Sara M
Conkey, Mrs. Reinoehl, Mrs. Hildrup,
Mrs. Kunkel, Mrs. Dunlap, Mrs. Lutz.
Mrs. Rauniek. Miss Fox. Mrs. Kebuck.
Mrs. Frank Smith, Miss Fgie, Mrs.
John \\. Reily, Mrs. Oenslager and
Miss Heller will be in charge.
At the tea table will be Mrs. Lam
berton, Mrs. Rockhill Smith Mrs
Ramsay, Mrs. Alricks, Mrs. McConkevj
Mrs. Darlington, Mrs. Xorris and Miss
Entertained Members of Queen Esther
Circle at Her Home Last Evening
Miss Matbel Oorpman entertained at
her home, 423 South Fourteenth street,
last evening, the members of the Queen
Esther Circle of St. Paul's M. K. ( 'hurch.
After a study of the lesson a social
'hour was enjoyed. Those present mere:
'.Miss Sara Ellen (Mardorf, 'Miss Ger
trude Keil, Miss Helen Tilghman, Miss
Margaret Tilghman, Miss C&t'harine
Pike, Miss Tamson Brink water. iMiss
Alice Xisslev. Miss Margaret klaiss.
Miss Thelma Klaiss, Miss 'Mildred Gra
ham, -.1 iss Anna Dickey and Miss Corp
Ceremony Performed by the Rev. Mr.
Lancaster, Nov. 18.—! Mis» IHelen K.
Pi est ley and Walter G. Eristnan were
married yesterday bv vhe Rev. William
P. Livhliter, in the St. Luke's Reformed
church, tne ring ceremony being used.
The attendants were Miss Mabel KJ
F.risman, a sister of the bridegroom, aiyd
Moius 11. Streible. Immediately after
wards they left on a tour to the South
and upon their return will reside here.
SHOWER OF GIFTS FOR
MISS GRACE MADENFORT
Mrs. J. N. Hursh Entertained at Her
Home in Honor of Popular Bride
elect Whose Wedding Takes Place
Mrs. J. X. Hursh gave a shower last
evening in compliment to Miss Grace
Madenfort, whose marriage to Waltor
Kochel will bq an event of next month.
The bride-elect was showered with
beautiful gifts of every description,
including linen, cut glass, aluminum,
china and silver. The rooms were pret
tily decorated in a color scheme of yel
low and white ami the guests spent a
pleasant evening, during which refresh
ments were servod.
Those present were Miss Grace Ma
denfort, Miss Hazel Bcatty, Miss Ruth
Beattv, Miss Katherine Smith, Miss
Mavme Stober. Messrs. Walter Kochel,
Ralph Baiter, Robert Stever. of Haddon
Heights, X. J.; Mrs. Smith, Mrs. J. K.
Probst, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Beatty,
Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Hursh, Mrs. Flora
C. Dyer and Robert Dennison, of Wash
ington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Barnhurst
and daughter, of Germantown.
MR. AND ISJINKLE HOSTS
Entertained Friends at Turkey Dinner
Celebration of Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Harry HinkJe enter
tained at a turkey dinner at their home,
222 Broad street, in celebration of their
sixteenth wedding anniversary. The
guests included the Members' of Mrs.
DcWitt Fry's Sunday school class and
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Lehman, Mr. and' Mrs. D. A. Fry,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Louis Lenhart, Mr. and
•Mrs. ,T. H. Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Atticks,
'Mr. and iMrs. J. T. Spangler. Mr. ami
Mrs. Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fisher,
-Miss Sarah 1,. Moore, Mrs. Mary E.
Fisher, Mrs. Joseph Berrier. Mrs. Les
ter Lehman. Mrs. Gordon Hinkle and
Mrs. William C. Fisher.
PARTY FOR RALPH STERNER
Parents Entertained Little Friends of
Their Son on His Oth Birth
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sterner enter
tained at their home. 1221 Swatara
street, in celebration of th/? 6th birth
day anniversary of their little son,
Ralph. The children spent a merry
evening with games and contests. afte>
which a birthday luncheon was served.
Those present were;
Mrs. Harvey Barr and daughters,
Ruth and Hazel; Frances Douglas, Eliz
abeth Swords, FredriUa Swords, Clara
Ellenberger, Evelyn Smitrti. Helen Ster
ner, Uharles Pugli, Oscar Zimmerman.
Ralph Ellenberger. Ralph Sterner aud
Mrs. W. F. Sterner, of Reading.
Elizaibethtown, Nov. 18.—Miss Nora
E. Seller, of Liverpool, and Thaddeus
H. Pierce, of this place, were, married
yesterday at the parsonage of the
Church of God by the pastor, the Rev.
George E. Hoverter, with the riug cere
mony. Immediately following a recep
tion was held and they went to house
keeping iu t'aeir newly-furnished home.
Held Second Winter Dance
The second of n series of winter
dances was given last night by the
Harrisburg Elks. A buffet luncheon was
served to the guests after the dancing.
ALL OVER BABY
Kept Spreading, Disfigured for
Time. Could Not Sleep at Night.
Used Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment. Completely Healed.
Eighty-four, Pa.— -"My baby girl was
three weeks old when the trouble began.
It started with little white blisters on her
hands and kept sprcad
ing. The tops of the
jjjsj#?/ blisters would get rubbed
H* » JjOy/V oil and the water from
T<Hv\ them would make more
blisters. They were a! I
over her hands, arms and
f*** an< l 'be upper part
" J of her body, around the
neck and shoulders. Her
clothes would rub against
them and make them all
red. It diiflgured her for the time being
and seemed to annoy her for she cried anil
could not sleep al night.
" I got medicine and tried and an
and several home remedies but they
did not help her. A neighbor told me about.
Cuticura 9oap and Ointment and I saw
them advertised and sent for a sample.
They seemed to alTord relief almost at once.
I sent my husband for a cake Of Cuticura
Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment and
her cure is now complete." (Signed) Mrs.
Mabel Chester. Mar. 6, 1914.
Samples Free by Mail
To allay itching and irritation of the
tcalp. prevent dry. thin and falling hair and
remove cruats, scales and dandruff. Cuticura
Soap and Ointment are most effective, agree
able and economical. Sold everywhere.
IJberal sample of each mailed free, with
32-p. Skin Book. Address post-card "Cu
ticura. Dept. T, Boston.''
MR. I.Y. WILSOM
The Dance Des Roses
Broadway, New York
Will conduct a studio for the in
struction of modern dancing in Har
risburg and is prepared for a lim
ited number of pupils for class and
private instruction at moderate
prices. Application for rates and
appointments will be received by
mail by ff-. J. Baruch, Plaza Hotel,
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W^ A * TT * I ** WM XTV. I' II
The Very Latest Model Victrolas II
Fresh From the Factory
With every latest improved feature—a style suitable for every j|
occasion—at a price to suit every pocketbook. Any style you choose will play ij
I any record in the Victor catalogue, and every home may easily have one of ]s
j these ideal instruments for Xmas, but wisdom suggests that you |j
Order Yours To-day. It's Unsafe to Wait Longer.
The Demand is Enormous
And the visible supply limited; so you may not get one if you don't order in lj
time. Come in to-day, pick out any style in any finish you wish, select your records and have
the complete outfit sent home at once, or set aside for delivery Xmas eve. And by the good for- i
tune of our Liberal Club Offer, you need j
Pay Cash Only For Your Records—lf You Wish.
Begin Paying on the Victrola 30 Days Later
More than 100 now on display to choose from. Hear them all, then decide. And be sure
to hear the new Edison Diamond Disc. Store open evenings until 9 o'clock.
The J. H. TROUP MUSIC HOUSE
TROUP BUILDING 15 S. MARKET SQUARE
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mrs. Rnkdi E. .Stock ley has returned
to her home in 'Philadelphia after
spending- three weeks with her parents.
Mr. anTl (Mrs. William Irwin, 1812
Miss Helen Shope. of Hummelstown,
has returned home from Philadelphia
where she spent several days with rel
Mrs. William Sible has returned to
her home at Bioomsburg, after visit
ing her sister, Mrs. L. E. Ferree, 1830
Miss Mary Siraonton. t>-9 Harris
street, is the guest of relatives in Wash
ington, D. 0., for two weeks.
Mrs. Rachel Echpernack. of Strads
burg, is the guest of Mrs. William
Biair. 1810 Penn street.
Miss Frances Miller has returned to
lief home at Elizabetlitown, after a lit
tle visit with Mr. and Mrs. L E. Fer
ree, 1830 Regina street.
Miss Nettie White, 1 07 Mulber
ry street, has returned home from
Raymond Zwe'tbei. 1028 Regina
street, has returned home from Pitts
Mrs. Detweiler, of Pittsburgh, and
Mrs. Warner, of Philadelphia, have
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered Dr. Ed
wards' Olive Tablets Are a
l>. Edwards' Olive Tablets—the sub
stitute for calomel—are a mild but sure
laxative, and their effect on the liver
is almost instantaneous. They are the
result of Dr. Edwards' determination
not to trent liver and bow£l complaints
with calomel. His efforts to banish it
brought out these little olive-colored
These pleasant little tablets do the
good that calomel does but have no bad
after 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 liver
at the expense of the teeth? Calomel
sometimes plays havoc with the gums.
So do strong liquids.
It is best not to take calomel, but to
let. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets take its
Most headaches, "dullness" and that
lazy feeling come from constipation and
a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets when you feel "loggv"
and "heavy." Note how they "clear"
clouded brain ami how they "perk up"
the spirits. At 10c and 25c per box.
The Olive Ti.blet Company, Colum
bus, O. ' Adv.
returned home after spending several
days with Mrs. Hani;: Davis, at Pax
Harry McFadden and Miss Nan Mc-
Fadden, 1620 Derry street, have re
turned home from Downingtown.
Miss Ellen McFadden, 1331 North
street, is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
P. M. Freeman, at Torriugton, Conn.
Mr. anil Mrs. John Reitz, 1333
North street, are guests of relatives at
George Barber, 1020 Cameron street,
has returned home from a hunting trip
to Perry county.
Carl Waidlick, 1329 Kittatinnv
street, is spending a week with his
parents at Mercersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Deiuara, 1700 j
Regina street, are home after a motor j
trip to I<aneaster.
Mrs. Howard George and her son,j
Howard George, 1632 Regina street,'
are home from Carlisle.
Mrs. Clayton Forney, 85 North Sev-j
enteentli street, will arrive home to
morrow from Lynchburg, where she'
was the guest of fier daughter, 'Mrs.
Stoddard, for a month.
Mrs. Herbert Jackson, of Pen Ar-j
gyle, is the uest of her sister, Mrs.)
John Hall, 223 Green street.
Miss Helen ( handler, 610 Reily j
street, and Miss Elizabeth Feltenberger,
611 Muench street, have returned j
from a several days' visit to Tyrone, j
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall. 223 Green I
street, have returned home from a
visit to Pen Argyle.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stamm, 333
South Thirteenth street, have returned
from a visit at Lexington, Ky., where
th(?y were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Stone Helm.
John P. Miller, 20S Kelker street,
has returned from a visit to Columbia
Mrs. Harry Miller. 1250 Walnut
street, and Mrs. Richard Miller, of
New Orleans, are spending several
days with friends in Williamsport.
Miss .Tulia Stamm, 333 South Thir
teenth street, has returned from a six
week's' visit in Chicago where she was
tho guest of a number of school friends
who received several debutantes.
The Rev. J. H. Price, pastor of the
Methodist church, of Carlisle, attended
the Tabernacle meeting last night.
Mrs. A. W. Kough, of Newport, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William E.
Gardner, North Fourth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Latimer Willis, of
Brooklyn, attended the funeral to-.lav
of Mr. Willis' brother,' John W. Willis,
26 North Eighteenth street.
Miss Emma Treseott, of Hazlcton, is
the guest of Miss Sara Richardson, 18
South Thirteenth street.
The Rev. Morris E. Swaitz, pastor
of the First. Methodist Episcopal ejiureh,
of York, attended the Stough meeting
N. G. P. INSPECTOR'S REPORT
More Attention to Hair Cutting and
Shaving Would Improve Appear
ances, Says Major Taggart
Major XI. H. Taggart, inspector of
the Fourth brigade National Guard, lias
made his report of the inspection of
the National Guard while in camp to
Inspector Cieneral Sweeney, and it has
been made public from headquarters.
With it is the report of Colonel H. S.
Williams, chief of ordnance who in
spected the artillery, and who points
out a few things that were not just
proper. lie says the personal appear
ance of the men is much improved.
As to the cavalry and infantry, Ma
jor Taggart pays attention to personal
appearance, condition of clothing and
condition of arms. He says a scale of
efficiency ranging from 70. very bad.
to 100, indicating the best attainable
under conditions was observed by him
in the ratings. "All organizations,"
he says, "could hav P improved their
appearance by more attention ro hair
cutting and shaving." Hats were not
worn in a uniform manner; some of
the uniforms were old and worn; some
belts were unsatisfactory; some civilian
shoes were worn, and military shoes
were damaged by cutting. Unwarranted
neglect of arms was apparent. The
tlrst sergeant and quartermaster ser
geant are held responsible for condi
Among the ratings the Governor's
Troop gets 95.5 for personal appear
ance; 96 for condition of clothes, 97.5
GIRLS! GIRLS! YOU MUSI TRY THIS!
.DOUBLES BEAUTY OF TOUR IIAIR
For 25 Cents You Can
Make Your Hair
Immediate! —Yes? Certain T —that's
the joy of it. Your hair becomes light,
wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as
soft, lustrous and beautiful us a young
girl's after a Danderine hair cleanse,
•lust try this—moisten a cloth with a
little Danderine and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one sn.all
for condition of arms, and 93 for books
Company D, Eighth regiment, gew
96.6 for person appearance; 97 for con
dition of clothing; 9T.5 for condition
of arms, and 97 for books and papers.
Company I. Eighth regiment, gets 95
for personal appearance; 97 for condi
tion of clothing'; 97.5 for condition of
arms, and 97 for books and papers. Col
onel Hutchison's headquarters has 100
for the three first items and 95 for the
WILL HOLD DANCING CONTEST
Sain Alles and Anna M. Smith Will
Make Debut in Vaudeville
Sam Alles and Anna Xl..Smith, dan
cing instructor, of Atlantic City, but
who have appeared in the local dance
halls, are going on the vaudeville
stage. They have been in Harrisbuvg
for several weeks and in that time
have given dancing exhibitions in sev
eral Harrisburg halls. So much favor
able comment has been made about
their dancing, that Manager Hopkins
has induced them to give a public ex
hibition in the Colonial Theatre for one
night only. Their turu will be an "ex
tra" attraction, taking the place ><(
the weekly "surprised that always is
furnished patrons of that theatre oil
In other words next Friday night
will lie "tango night" at the Co'onial.
Along with the regular vaudeville per
formance, these local dancers will first
give an exhibition of some of the latest
steps. They will then invite daucert
from the audience to go on the stage
to indulge in a contest. Alles and bis
dancing partner will conduct the eon
tost and decide the winners.
strand at a time. 'J'liis will cleanse the
hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil, and
in .jijst a few moments you have dou
bled the beauty of your hair. A de
lightful surprise awaits tnose whose
hair lias been neglected pr is scraggy,
faded, dry, brittle or thin. Besides
beautifying the hair, Danderino dis
solves every particle of dandruff;
cleanses, purifies and invigorates the
scalp, forever stopping itching and fall
ing hair, but what will please you most
will he after a few week's use, when
you see new hair—fine and downy at
first —yes —but really new hair grow
ing all over the scalp. if you caVe for
pretty, soft hair, and lots of it, surely
get a 25-cetit bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine from any drug store or toilet
counter and iust try it. Adv.