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Sl.i% One Blnck and White Ostrich Set.
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large sizes. st.s(l aid SI.W! One Black and White Ostrich
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202 WALNUT STREET
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
PROVOST SMITH,OF "OLD
PtHN.'IS DINNER GUEST
He Will Make Address Here at Ban
quet of the Harrisburg Extension
School in Engineers' Club on Fri
day Evening, January 22
Plan* for a "big ••tinner-smoker" of
the Harrisburg University of Pennsyl
vania Extension School, to be held Vri
•lav evening, January 22, will be com
pleted to-night when the ISO "odd stii
• i»nts wiil practice song.- far the occa
sion in the school headquarters in the
Technical High sob 01. J
The dinner w ; ll be held in the En
gineers' Club and o3i>-iais of the Vni
versltv of Pennsylvania, from Philadel
phia. will be specially invite! guests.
\;nong these wiil be Edgar F.ihs Smith,
provost; RosweH 0. M.-Crea. dean of
;ne Wharton school and profes-or of
r nnomics: Ward W. Pierson. professor
of business law and chairman of the
'acuity, and Wendell P. Raine, instruc
tor in commercial law.
t>rf»cr avitcd guests will be Thomas
Lynci Montgomery, State librarian,
v.' o hea i'' l the Harrisburg Alumni
t m rait tee which was instrumental in
ht\ ng the school founded here: Dr.
Simuel Shope Ud Harry Ka n. b>th
ii ■ tnbors oi tn v Rotary Club's Exten
sion B i -tor Committee.
P Smith will give an illustrat
c :a'k on University activities. shosv-'
ing scenes from Old I'enn. its halls, ath
'ct ■ fiel - and M> ia' halU. .lust what
nthcr features will be on the program
lave n • vet been announced, but song
sin,; n» . the college brand will be one
of tin- hgl ighta of the evening. .1. R.,
Hoffman, the class of 1913. Tech
ni-al H:gh --hoo!. will j-lay a piano lent
by the T Music House.
The p:n and button committee, of
which J. Wor ley is chairman, has an-1
uounecd ' i the regulation University
of Pennsylvania eal on a fob will be 1
the oftic'.-il emblem of the local school, j
Farewell Dance for the Tensrs
A sufcscri pt-on dance in the nature
of a farewtl I Governor and MTS. John
K. Tener. will be given in the Harrls
burg Country • | , Sat a i day evening by
members of the *-t>.iiiger set. i'pde
sjrove's orchestra will play for the dan-i
cmg and an 11 o'clock supper will be
served. The committee in charge of the
arrangements inclu Us Thomas Baldwin.
John"""Magoiin, H ry M. Gross and
Valentine Dance for Charity
Plans are being made by the Aid
society of the Visit Nurses' Associa
tion for a valentine dan e and tea
which will be given Saturday. Februarv
13, the *la *e j be decided upon later.
The debutantes and members of the
vounger dancing contingent will have
harge of the atTair and will exert ev
?ry effort to make it profitable as well
a- enjoyable. Miss Suzanne Westbrook.
Miss Janet Sawyer. Miss prar. es 'Mor
rison and Mrs. Paul G. Smith compose
the committee on arrangements.
Mrs. Hlckok to Entertain
Mrs. Ross Anderson Hickok will
give a luncheon at her home. 119 State
street, to-morrow in honor of Mrs. Ar- j
thur Emmons, of Dover. Mass.
The Rev. <'. H. Grove, pa.-tor of the
G een Street (fiiurch of God, will of
fi late at the wed ting cf Miss Edith
M. Yousling. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i
George E. Yousling, to Lerov H. Gard
ner. which takes' place this evening at
S o'clock, at the home of the bride's
parents, 404 Broad street.
The bride, who will be given in mar-1
riage by her father, will wear a gown
of white crepe meteor over white satin j
and carry a shower of valley lilie- and
bride roses. She will be attended bv
Miss Emma Maurer who will wear a
gown of white crepe de chine an 1 car- '
ry yellow roses, .lames Gardner, a
brother of'the bridegroom, will be best I
uian, and Samuel Bair and John Swartz
i will act as ushers. Mrs. John Swartz
will play the wedding marches and will
sing ••(> Promise Me."
Following the ceremony a wedding
supper will he served and au informal
reception held after which Mr. an i Mrs.
Gardner will ieave for a trip to Ba ti
more and Washington. On their return
they will reside at 404 Broad street.
TO WELCOM MEMBERS:
Stevens Memorial Church Plans Maty
Interesting Social Affairs to Bo
Given During Mouth
The Standard Bearers of the Stev-I
» ens Memorial church will entertain all j
the young women who have recently i
become members of the church in the
church parlors. Thursday evening. Jan
uary 21. An interesting program and ,
refreshments will make the evening en
jovaWe to all who attend. All the new
folk- are urvjed to attend.
The Men's club will hold its January '
banquet, Monday evening. Januarv 25.
A program of unusual interest is being,
prepared. The reception in the ehurcu I
parlors will begin at 7 o'clock. The ho:
meat banquet will be served at 7.30. :
James W. Barker will be the toast
master. G. Washington e-weigert wiii
iead the male chorus. A large crowd
will attend. The new male members of!
the church are requested to sec the min- j
ister for tickets.
The Lpworth League will entertain '
the new an ! old members of the
church in the church parlors on the
evening of February 4. This will be
the church s official reception to all L
those who have count* ted themselves
with the church during the past year.
James W. Barker's Sunday school!
■ will yivc a valentine party in the
parlors of the church, Thursday even
. ing, February 11.
John A. Affleck 's Sunday school class
w.!l hold its annuaj banquet in the
church Monday evening. Feforuarv 2'2
The membership of the class is 103.
East Harrisburg W. C. T. U. Meeting
j Members, old and new, of .the East
Harrisburg \\ . T. I". are invited to
attend the meeting to be held in the
Stevens Memorial church at 7.30
o clock to-morrow evening. Reports
from county superintendents of the
work done in the past year, will b>-
given and a social hour enjoyed.
Mrs. Sallie McClearv, 1432 Yernon
street. Harrisburg, and" Bert G. Stuart, 1
'were married Wednesday evening. Jan
uary 13. at the manse of the Stevens
Memorial Episcopal church, bv Dr.
Clayton Albert Smuoker. Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart will make their home in this |
Brecknock, Jan. 14.—Miss Carrie 1
Zerbo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
iel Zerbo, of this place, and Charles
Becker, of Dry Tavern, were married I
yesterday at the home of the bride bv
the Rev. B. G. Welder, of the Luther
an church. A reception followed.
Miss Shure Entertains Club
Miss Ruth Shure entertained the
: members of the F. E. E. Club at her ■
] iiome. 352 South Thirteenth street, last
evening. Those preSeDt were Miss Ma
bel Dofobs, Miss Harriet Lehman. Miss
Nettie Hemperly. Miss Helen Sanford,
Miss Pauline Shure, Miss Villa Hauck,
Mrs. Boy Souloff and Mrs. Ray Shellv.
Miss Mary Wills Host«ss
Miss Mary Wills will be hostess this
evening for the members of the social
i committee of Market Square Presby
terian church who will meet at her
home, 1121 North Second streeet.
Mrs. Edward Ewing Hostess
Mrs. Edward Ewing entertained the
members of the Wednesday Evening
'Bridge C'lirb at her home. 1208 North
Second street, last evening. A pleasant
evening was spent, during whkh re
freshments were served.
iIAPR/SBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING. ,TANT T ART 14. 1915
' News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mr. and Mrs. David Cooper. 45S
I Cumberland street, are going to spen.l
the week end in York with Mr. and '
Mrs. David Kagen.
Miss Margaret Stam-baiigh. 2208
» North Second street, has gone to Brvn
I Mawr for several days.
George Sehilliuger has returned to
I his studies at Gettysburg CoHeye aft
er a short stay with his aunt, Mrs. I
* Harry Thompson, 112 South Pour-!
j teenth street.
Mrs. John Kluenter ami John Sliil
I linger have returned to their home i:t
New York, after attending the funeral
of their mother, Mrs. Amalia Scail-1
linger. 112 South Fourteenth street.
John R. Sauter, 12$ Locust street,,
| has returned from a two weeks' visit ,
I to Akron, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. ltoger Pay man. 1615 j
Hunter street, have returned from j
| Philadelphia vf here they w ere the
guests of friends.
Mrs. C. J. McAllister, 1256 state
street, left to-day to visit tr ends in i
Mis*. Olive Singley, 1420 Swatara
street, has been cantined to her home
for the past few davi by illness.
Mr. aud Mrs. 1. S. Beckley. 30 Soath
Seventeenth street, have returned from
a visit in Lebanon.
Miss Kae Perkins, of Philadelphia.!
• is visiting friends in this city.
Herman Harker has gone to his home
in Altoona after a little visit with
Robert Mohler. 919 North Third
Mr. and Mrs. Hvmau Oohen, Miss i
Miriam Cohen an i Miles l ohen have
returned home to Lewistown after a
short visit with Mr. aud Mrs. Morris
Baturin, 639 Boas street.
Mr. and Mrs. Simou Cooper. Miss
Mary Cooper and Miss Mae Cooper, 600 .
North street: Miss Tiilie Basch, 211
Harris street: Miss Helen Silbert. 1542
North Sixth street, are spending the
week-end in York with Mr. and Mrs.
! David Kagen.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baturin, Miss i
Mary Baturin, of Brooklyn. N. Y.. are
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Baturin,
404 Market street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Gregory.)
|612 Reily street, spent yesterday in
Mis. Boy i Nesbit and Mrs. Grace;
Watson. 1111 P.ura avenue. speut to
I day in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Henry Cross. 1109 Plum ave
' nue. spent to-day in Philadelphia.
| Dr. Thomas H. A. Stites, 1909 North
| Front street, and George E. Whitney.
: 22S South Thirteenth street, are reg-
I istered at tile Hotel Chalfonte, At
| lantie City.
H. E. Bardall, of Mechanicsburg,;
has gone to Detroit, Mich., where he
w ill remain permanently.
■j Arthur P. McClearv, 309 Briggs
street, has returned from a visit to
Mrs. William Hurlock ar.d Miss Eliz- I
j abeth Hurlock. 1719 North Front'
! street, left for Brvn Mawr to-day.
M ss Ella Patton. of Liverpool, has 1
returned after a short visit with Mrs. '
Darwin Crawford Deeu. 430 Baas
MISS MACKLEV HOSTESS
| Entertained Members of the D. I. K.
Club at Her Home Last Evening
Miss Hazel Ma.-kiev eiuertaiued the
i members of the D. 1. K. Club at her
| home las; evening. Progressive live
hundred was enjoyed and prizes won
by Miss Naomi Winge. t aud Ellis Rob
! erts. A buffet luncheon was served to
the following guests:
Misses Alma Andrews and May Ste-
I viek. of Steelton: Pearl Black, Helen
Mors n, Naomi Wingert. Hazel Mack
ley, Messrs. Gurnev Rudy, George I'pde- '
graph, Kil<» Roberts. l",e Miller, Joan
; Eyde and Charles I.irry.
Miss HOHl\>o.\ EXTERTAIXs
Members of the D. C. G. C. Club Were
j M;ss Grace Robinson entertained the
1 members of the D. C. U. C. Club, at her
home, 337 Hamilton street, last evening
Music by Miss Hannah Maichett, Ku;.
Buiir. Gladys Michael and Blanche
Herman was a feature of the evening'sf
; entertainment. Dainty refreshments
were served to the following guests:
Misses Blanche Herman, Ruth Blair,
Pauline \\ ise, Kdna Robinson, Beatrice
B.air, Gialys Michael, Blanciie Robin-,
son, Hannah Mntchett. Mary Blair. Mil
dred MeCo-niick, Pauline Booth, Violet
Preston, Elizabeth Giahm, Dorothv Cal
vert and Helen Rcbinson.
Party for M.ss Lillisn Beach
Miss Anna_ Gamoer entertained at'
her home, 1529 North Sixth street,
last evening, in compliment to Miss
Ullian Beach. The guests included
Miss lyillian Beach. Miss Ruth Long.
Miss Helen Lyme, Miss Hazel Fraiiu.
Miss Margaret Manning, Russell Seidle,
Jame> Kiing. Ross Wirt. John Grav and
j VVillia i Britsch.
For Grey Hair
I Will Tell You Free Ho# to Restore to Your
Hair the Natural Color of Youth
No Dyes or Other Harmful Method
Results in Four Days.
m<" s»nd you free full irilorma
tlon about a harmless liquid that will
restore the natural color of vour hair
no matter what your age nor'the cause
the natural color of
my girlish days. This method Is en
tirely different from anything else r
ha\e ever seen or heard of. Its effect
I Is lasting and it will not wash or rub
off or stain the scalp.. It is neither
sticky or greasy, its uae cannot be de
tected; it Will restore the natural shade
to any grey, bleached or faded hair no
matter how many things have failed
It succeeds perfectly with both sexes."
and all agea.
• > rite !.,k .o-day giving your name
and address plainly, stating whether
lady or gentleman (Mr.. Mrs. or .Miss)
and enclose 2c stamp for return post
age and I will send you full particu
lars that will enable you to restore
the natural color of youth to your hair, I
making it soft, natural and easily man
aged. Write to-day. Address Mrs. Mary I
K. Chapman. Aptmt BSI, V. Grosvenor I
Bldg.. Providence, R. I.—Adv. 1.
Wonderful Skin and
The method of removing: bad com
plexions by absorption seems to have
ojno into general use in this country. ,
Ordinary mercolized wax. applied pipht
ly, like cold cream and erased mornings
with warm water, gradually absorbs i
the coarse, faded or discolored outer
film skin in almost invisible particles. !
Soon there's a brand new complexion,'
formed by the younger, healthier un- .
derskin. No cosmetic or artificial treat- !
ment can possibly produce a complex
ion of such radiant, youthful loveli- |
ness. Druggists all have inercolizej ,
wax; it is seldom that more than one l
ounce is necessary.
Thousands have also reported great
success with the famous saxolite wrin
kle-removing formula. One ounce of
pure powdered saxolite is dissolved in
a half pint wftch hazel and the solu
tion used as a face wash. The effect is
almost magical. The deepest wrinkles
and crow's feet, as well as the finest
; lines- whether due to age. illness,
weather or worry—completely and
quickly vanish. No one need hesitate
to try this simple lotion, as it won't
i harm any skin. —Adv.
Mrs. J. W. Rewalt Entertains Members
of Woman's Club
i Special t.'ori esponoence.
Middletown, .lan. 14.—D. M. Sher
ii,k. who conducted the livery stable
on Water street, for a number of years,
lias sold the business to T. Clayton
Miss Kate Pinnegan left to-day for
Philadelphia, where she will remain
j for some time.
The Woman's C'.ub met at the home
of Mrs. J. W. Rewalt this afternoon.
The following program was observed:
Responses, men of the Bible: paper,
•'Tne Great Law Giver," Mrs. S. C.
Peters: poem. ••Moses." Mrs. C. H.
Hut.hison; referred question. "What
' Is the Old Testament Law of Inherit
ance " Mrs. B. C. Barley; piano solo,
selected. Mrs. Walter Baxtresser; paper,
' ••Joshua and the Conquest of Canaan,"
Miss Beckie Croll; referred question.
"Who Were the Judges of Israel?"
Mrs. H. B. Garver: music, by the club,
"I Need Thee Every Hour."
Mrs. J. P. Acker ma u entertained the
Social Circle at her home on Kast Water
' street, this afternoou.
Mrs. William Siiindle is visiting
relatives at York.
The managers of the Luna skating
rink will hold a masquerade party in
the rink this evening.
Marriage licenses have been granted
to Meilv S'haeffer, of Dillsibnrg, and
Miss Margaret Palmer, the wedding
will take place Thursday evening, Jan
uary 21, in the newly furnished home
on Spring street. The Rev. W. R. Rid-,
ington, pastor of the M. E. church, will
officiate. The groom is employed as a
traveling salesman for the Wincroft
stove works, and the bride is well
known in town, having been employed ;
as clerk in the dry goods store of J.»
Mrs. Charles Sehiefer and son. Jacob,
of Palmouth, spent Wednesday in town.
The Liberty band has received a call j
j to play at the inaugural of Governor j
j Brumbaugh next Tuesday.
The revival meeting in the M. K.I
church are largely attended. Friday I
night will be Sunday sniiool night. At j
the l\ B. church the services are also
largely attended. Tuesday evening the
Sun lay school board of the church at
; tended in a body and the Rev. I. n
Albright preached a special sermon to
them. At the Church of God large ;
crowds a:e in attendance. The meet- j
: ings at the three churches will continue j
for some time.
T. J. Antrim spent yesterday at Har- !
r if burg.
The cellar of D. W. Huntzberger. the
grocer, was Hooded yesterday, the water
coming in from the rear of the lot. i
Very litt'e damage was done.
The car shop basketball team will i
play the I'nion Hose Company team in
the M. A. C. rooms this evening and i
the Liberty and Rescue teams will also
j P lj y-
MEN'S GOSPEL MEETING
The Rev. Harry Nelson Bassler Will
Address Y. M. C. A. Sunday
The men's gospel meeting to be held,
und*er the auspices of the Young Men's
Christian Association, Second and Lo-|
cust streets, Sunday afternoon at 3.30 j
o'clock, w ill be addressed by the Rev.'
Harry Neison Bassler, pastor of the'
Second Reformed church. The meeting
will be evangelistic in character and
the address in keeping with the same. l
. There will be special music for the oc-;
easion anil everything done to make
this one of the most interesting services
held this season.
The association extends a cordial in
vitation for ail men to be present,
especially the young converts of the
city, as well as strangers, while com
mercial travelers in particular will be:
cordially welcomed. Doors will open at
3 o 'clock.
Entertained K. N. G. Club
Miss Aiverda Blessing entertained at'
her home. 1942 North Cameron street,,
the members of the K. N. G. Club last'
evening. Those present were Misses
Marie Perry, .Margaret Miller. Marian
Harth. Kathryn Bowers. Anna Rowe,
May Griffith. Kdna Barth, Alice Swab j
and Aiverda Blessing.
Entertained Card Club
Mrs. Martin W. Pager entertained 1
the members of the Wednesday After
noon Bridge Club at her home, 133 j
State street, yesterday afternoon.
These Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost or Former Selling Prices —These Prices Cannot Be Duplicated Anywhere !
I LADIES' COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES » |
1 at 35 to 40 Cents on the Dollar ■ I I
<» y <T>
I CASH CLEARANCE SALE ; I
OF THE _ *3
I NATIONAL CLOTHING AND FURNITURE CO. ? is
$30.00 LADIES' SUITS, *ll AC I 8 S. FOUVtII Street $20.00 MEN'S BALMA- <£Q QK
In Serges, Broadcloths and Poplins. 1) I ~ p* AVC!
— I SUITS S 3OO MEN'S CORDU /IQ
$16.50 DRESSES, AO . ROY PANTS
In Silk Poplins, Messallnes and Crepe M).VO $10.98 MEN'S to A Qcl ' ''' J
CLOTHG - 1 OVERCOATS >4. 7O $20.00 MEN'S SUITS $8.98
|GOD*S SCALES WILL WEIGH
I US. ASSERTS EVANGELIST
Two Thousand People Hear Sermon on
"Weighed and Found Wanting" |
in Mechanicsburg Tabernacle Last 1
Night—Music Feature of Evening
| (Special to the Star-lndependenO
Mechanicsburg, Jan. 14. A cnngre
gation of two thousand people faced
Evangelist Miller last evening when
he stepped cm the platform to deliver
his sermon on '• Weighed and Found'
Wanting." Preceding the sermon Miss
Oree sang very impressively, " Weighed i
in the Balance and Wanting." Mr. Mil |
ler told his hearers that uot the world a |
scales, but God's, will weigh us v it the |
[ judgment day. and called them to weigh ;
| themselves in the scales of trod with!
His weights—the Commandments. Ho j
j spoke on each of the ten Command- '
I menU, showing that we "all have i
J sinned, and come short of the glory of |
' (iod, and closed by impressing the j
fact that, though we have sinned, we
need not fear to step into the scales of
j God, if we take Christ with us.
.V special musical number was '•Tin-
Wayside Cross." Professor Hohgatt
singing the solo and the male octet, at
a distance, singing the response. VII
the lights were extinguished and the
entire tabernacle was in darkness, ex
oept for the light streaming from a
; large cross suspended at the back of
the platform. The effect was impres
sive. At the opening of tlie service the
chorus choir sang, "Hail, Immanuel! "
, and. after the closing prayeV, Are You '
Ready for the •ludgnient l>ayf"
This morning Mr. Miller and his pa
ty spoke and sang at the High schio!
chapel. To-morrow morning at B.SO
they will be at Irving College and the
president extends a oord'ial invitation
to the public to attend.
The »hop meeting to-day was at the;
Eberlv \ Orr factory, an I to-morrow -
shop meeting will be at the Saellbake-,
shirt factory. Friday evening of next
week will be High school night. There
will also be a special night for em
ployed women and a special night for
; Irving College, the dates to be an
nouneed later. Several of the lodg -
have already, arrange,! to attend serv -
ices in a body and others will do so.
Several of the organizations of the town
have arranged to hold their r.'gulir
meetings a half hour earlier than usual,
; so as not to interfere with their mem
bers' attendance at the evangelistic
■ j The cottage prayer meetings, held
for a half hour four mornings each |
i week, are increasing in power. Mrs.
Bowman will meet the personal work
ers and the ushers each evening at ti.4"i
[ j in the tabernacle.
MINISTER VON BERCHTOLD
QUITS AUSTRIAN CABINET
Vienna, Austria. .lan. 14.—Count
| Leopold von Berehtold, Minister of
, 1 Foreign Affairs in the Common Caib
, inet or' the dual Monarchy and LMin
.: ister of the Imperial and Royal House,
! has resigned, his resignation has been
.'accepted and he will be sueeqpded by
, Baron Stephan Burian von Rajecz, Min
. j ister of the Royal Court in the Hun
,• garian Ministry,
In announcing the change t'he
.! "Fremden'blatt " says:
"Count von Berehtold, who for a
, long time had desired to retire, and had
. asked the Emperor to relieve him of
; his office, renewed the request and the
Emperor, recognizing the important
IJ personal reasons moving the Foreign
, 1 Minister to take this step, has graut
[ | ed his request."
As Austro-Hungariau Foreign Min
| ister Count von Berehtold was largely
i responsible for the policy which re-
I suited in declaring war on Servia Sev-
L | eral times recently it has been reported
unofficially that he would resign.
I The appointment of a Hungarian to
] succeed him in the Common Ministry
; of Foreign Affairs is believed to indi
j cate that henceforth Hungary will be
j more prominent in shaping the policy of
I the Dual Monarchy during the war.
THE HAIR THAT
Ask an artist what he considers the I
; chief charm of beautiful hair and he i
will answer that he looks for even col- i
or, brilliance and a looseness that elim- j
; inates any hard, definite lines. Xat- j
i urally beautiful and healthy hair are !
I obtained by retaining a perfectly clean ]
head. In washing tne hair it is not j
| advisable to use a makeshift, but al
! ways use a preparation made for sham- j
J pooing only. You can enjoy the best
| that is known for about three cents i
! a shampoo by getting a packager of ;
canthrox from your druggist; dissolve
a teaspoonful in a cup of hot water
and your shampoo is ready. After it«
| use the hair dries rapidly with uniform |
| color. Dandruff, excess oil ami dirt |
1 are dissolved and entirety disappear.
Your hair will be so fluffv that it wil»'
look much heavier than it is. Its lustre i
and softness will also delight you, while
I the stimulated scalp pains the health
, which insures hair growth.—Adv.
In Price and Style Our Janu
Invite a comparison of our Clearance Sale offerings in Ladies' Outer
garments with those of other stores, considering, of course, quality
for quality and price lor price. If you will but compare you will buy here.
Thompson's olove Kitting anil R. ii C 5. Special Corsets, in the »TQ
newest models, values. Special Friday onlv / U C
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Messaline and Taffeta Silk Waists, worth s2.!>B and $3.98; Qp
limit«xl quantity. Special Kridnv while tliev last, choice for.. ifoC
Suit Frices That Have Brought Big Business
All wool serge suits in navy and Suits in all wool serge, poplin.
Mad;, satin lined: worth fIJC" QO unfinished worsteds, basket, weave,
510.98, etc.. in a variety ot' shades and
Suits in serges, gabardines, -pop- TV' 1 "' wor,h s ' ls 00 - C 7 OS
lins, broadcloths, basket weaves, | •if%J
etc.. with linings of Skinner's and High-grade chiffon broadcloth
other guaranteed satin; varied suits in a number of shades; lined
models and shades; worth SIS.9S with finest duchess silk, full $35.00
t'- 2 - 5 ":.. 0 " o '™., $10.98 $14.98
Outsize Suits in the Sale
All wool serge suits in outsi/es up to 53, linings of Skinner's guaran
teed satin, shades are navv and black; regularlv $2-.50. tf» J O O
In this sale
Pretty Coats at Heavy Price Cuts
$6.00 values flfco QOj One lot of Persia una A»Q QQ
arc •*tO ('oats, worth SIS.9a, . tbifO
$7.50 values qQQ Plush coats, guaraated satin
are lined; wide belt and full (t> t/S AO
$9.98 to $12.98 values *f» J QQ skir,: wortl ' * 1 8 08. •
nve SIB.IKS to $20.98 plush coats*
J' : : M $7.98 $12.98 t0 518.98
10-12 South Fourth Street
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Your Income Tax ] I
Individuals subject to the income tax must prepare
and tile with the Internal Revenue Department, not
later than March first, 1910, a personal report of actual
income for the year ending December 31, 1914.
We will be pleased to supply you with the necessary
form which you are required to use (No. 1040 revised),
and, if you so desire, assist you in preparing your report.
HEALTH OFFICERS RE-ELECTED
The City Bureau of Health and San
itation organized for the new year last
eveningly re-electing all old officers as
follows: President. Dr. George M. Wid
der; secretary and health officer. Dr.
•John M. J. Raunick; assistant secre
tary, Dr. Allen Z. Ritzman; vice presi
dent, Dr. John B. 'McAllister.
Edward H. Schell, Whom the City
Commissioners a week ago reappointed
a member of the bureau for a five-year
term, took the oath of office. During
1914 reports submitted to the bureau
showed the department brought 106
•prosecutions. of w'hich . twentv-nine
were violations of the general health
regulations, and seventy-seven were
violations of the food ordinance. Fines
amounting to $225 and costs were im
posed upon the defendants.
HALL ESTATE TO FAMILY
Ridgway, Pa., Jan. 14.—The-will of
Senator J. K. P. Hall has been filed for
probate here. t The will was made Feb
ruary 8, 1912, and contains three type
written pages. 6. C. Simons, of St.
Mary's; William E. Hall and Lyle G.
Hall, sons of the deceased, are named
The first paragraph of the will be
queaths to the widow all the house
hold goods, etc. The remainder of the
estate is divided equally between the
widow and children.
Miss Mary E. Hall, a sister of the
Senator, gets the sum of $5,000 a year
for a period of 10 years. lHannah
Johnson, Hulda Johnson, Charles
O "Conner and John Csdman, servants
of the Hall household, get SSOO each.
The will gives no information as to
the value of the estate.