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SLIOING SCALE SALE
Satwday ud Maaday, 81k 9tt Day
tiannents are now about 40 per cent, or almost
two-fifth below the reduced price. Come and pet a
real Coat, Suit or Dress Bargain. The good kind
New Spring Coats, Suits, Skirts and Waists have
been arriving every day this week.
WITMER, BAIR & WITHER
J 202 Walnut Street
S OCIAL and PERSONAL
MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER GIVEN
IN HONOR OF MISS ANNA RIPPER
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Miss Anna M. Ripper
A surrrise miscellaneous shower was
giv«n last evening by Mrs. Walter Hi
Dallman at her home. 1507 Market
street, for Miss Anna May Ripper. .
whose marriage to Lloyd G. C. Schlosser ;
will be an event or the near future.' i
The bride-elect was the recipient of
many beautiful gifts of liner., china
and aluminum ware. Each guest wrote ]
a favor'*o recite, which was later pre-•
rented to Miss Kipper in attractive :
An informal program of music and i ,
reading was given by Miss Frances'
Ramsey, Miss Margaret Robinson,
Miss Ethel Baldwin. M:s>es Ruth and
Lillian Paliman and Miss Clara
Eaton. I '
The dinne- was served from a table
prettily decorated in pink and green,
a centerpiece of pussy willows and 1
roses and soft'.v-shade 1 candelabra 1
carrying out the color scheme. Those :
Miis Anna M. Ripper. Miss Ciara '
Eaton. Mis? Margaret «.i:'jer. Miss Lil
lian Fret. Miss Liliie Foulk. Miss Anna
Harnha-t. Miss 'irace Baruhurt, Miss ;
1". Gertrude Eaton. M:*s Eflie Lawless. 1
Miss Ma.ci Bowers, Miss Carolyn D.
1 : ebharit. Miss Margaret Sheeslev.
Miss Frances Ramsey. M s- Elizabeth
Newcomer. M>s Margaret Robinson,
Miss Ethel Baldwin. Miss Marie Ripper.
Mrs. J. C. Kem, Mrs. George Yoehum.
Miss R '.th Dallman. Miss Lillian Hall
man and the Rev. W". H. and Mrs.
Miss Ripper is the daughter of
Charles E. R>per. 25 South Fifteenth
street, and Mr. BeMo*Mr is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sai.uel Schlosser. an em
ploye of the Pennsylvania Rairroad
BREAKS A COLD
IN A FEW HOURS
First Dose of "Pape's
Cold Compound" Re- '
lieves All Grippe
Don't stay stuffed-tip!
kl ■■ it blowing and snufflina! A dose
of "Pape's Cokl < om|>oiind" taken
every two hour* until three do«es are
taken will end grippe misery and
break up a severe eold either in the
head, chest, body or limbs.
It promptly opens elogged-up nos
trils and air passages; stops nasty
discharge or nose running; relieves
sick headache, dullness, feverishnes*.
sore throat, sneezing, soreness and
"Pipe's Cold <'omround" is the
surest relief known and costs
only 25 cents at drug stores. It acts
without assistance, tastes nice, and
causes no inconvenien.-e. Don't accept
1 * . % '■ " 4 S , '
FTAI?RTSBURO STAR-INDEPENDENT, FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 12, 1913.
Valentine Masquerade Dance To-night
One of the prettiest pre-Lenten
dunces will be the Valentine masque
rade dance which will be held this even
in; -i Wsnterdale hall. The I'pdegrove
orchestra will play for the dancing
from 5.30 until 1 o'clock.
The decoration will be most elabor
ate an i many beautiful and original
costumes will be worn.
Mrs. George Porter Hammond. Mrs.
S Ruel Sides aud Miss Edith Troup
form rhe committee of arrangements.
Tea Dansant at Country Club
Everything is in readiness for the
tea dansant T'nieh will be held to-mor
row afternoon at the Harrisburg Coun
try Club under the auspices of the
Girls' Aid Society of the Visiting
Nurse Association. T.ckets of admis
sion will include dancing and tea and
every one is invited to attend. The
club house will be beautifully decorated
and the I'pdegrove orchestra will ;dav.
Mrs. J. V. \T. Revnders. Mrs. Bailey.
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Paul Kunkel will
penr tea, and the patronesses will in
clude Mrs. \V. O. Hiekok. Miss Wier
man. M"s. William E. Bailey, Mrs.
George W Reily. Jr.. Mrs. J. V. W.
Revnders. Mrs. Harvey F. Smith. Miss
Mary Cameron. Mrs. Paul A. Kunkel.
Mrs. Philip T. Mereditn. Mrs. B. F.
Burns and Miss Mary Miller.
Leon Rice in Recital
On the evening of March 1. Dr. Clay
ton A. Smucker will give foar hundred
boys a free feed in the Steven* Me
moral Methodist Episcopal church.
Thirteenth and Vernon streets. To-night
at S o'clock, in the same church. Leon
Rice, the great American tenor, in an
evening of song, w;ii sing for the boys'
free feed benefit. An admission fee of
25 ents will be charged to-night.
Leon Ri-e is regarded as one of the
greatest tenors America has produced.
He began singing in public when but
eight years oid in a vested male choir,
and attained great popularity as a boy
At eighteen he began the serious
study of music with Moie. Julie Wy
man. of Boston.
He later studied with Samuel Gaines.
Boston: Baernstein-Regneas. New York;
William Shasesj-eare. the famous vo'al
teacher of Loudon, and Oscar Seagle.
js-istant to .lean De Reszke in Paris.
Leon Rice made his debut as a pro
fessional concert singer at St. Louis
World's Fair, and since that time has
-ung in almost every city of importance
For several years Mr. Rice has been
tenor soloist of Trinity Chapel (Trinity
Church Corporation). New York City,
one of the highest -alaried and most
desirable church positions in the eoun
Jenie Cae-»ar-Rice, who accompanies
Leon Rice at all his recitals, is also an
artist of great attainment. She began
the study of the piano as a child of five
and was the youngest successful con
testant for »/ medal awarded for pro
ficiency in piano playing at the Chicago
World s Fair, l.ater she became a pupil
of the celebrated Chicago pianist and
teacher, William H. Sherwood. Musical
, critics have accorded Jenie Caesar-Rice
the distinction of being one of the very
few who his mastered the highly essen
tia. but difficult are of accompanying.
Assembly in Masonic Hall
The seconi assembly of the season
wilt be held to-night in Masonic Tem
pie. Third and State streets. Music will
| toe furnished by the oroheetra from the
Beiievue-Stmttford. Philadelphia, and
Rutherford witt serve the supper il U
Vance C. MeCormick, Frank A. EM) I
Mm, Jr., Heurv B. Bent, Johu K. Uric-1
."•on. Owl B. Ely, Henderson Gilbert,
George 8. Oomsfoek, Jr., form the com- L
'■ mittee of arrangements.
Governor BrumbaugW to Speak
A meet ill}- to commemorate tbe 100
i rears of peace among Kuglish-speaking i
I nat ions will be held Sunday afternoon
iu the Holy Trinity ehurvh, Nineteenth!
land Walnut streets.
' der the auspices of the Intervhurch Fed-1
era tic nof Philadelphia. The occasion !
i will be dignified bv the presence of
i Governor Martin G. Bruntbanglt, w4k> I
will deliver the principal address of the'
Dance at Colonial Club
A profusion of fragrant sprint? flow 1
ers an.l palms deeorated the bail rOon
of the Colonial Country Club last even-'
ing, when forty or more members of th > j
club, held a subscription dance. Tiie I
Updegrove orchestra played tor thej
dancing and supper was served . during i
SURPRISE FOR_MRS. BAKER
Members of Ladies' Bible Class Ar
i ranged a Delightful Party
in Her Honor
Mrs. Matthias H. Baker was given ;
| a -if: iictl'.:'. rjror'.se party at her home, j
I 1350 lVrr\ strei;. last evening, by the |
! irvmbers cf toe ladies' B tie class of j
I v-'hrit. L.tr:hcrati chur.h. and their
j leather. William Hetri.'k. T'ae guests j
I .-jn:o n fancy co. :umo< an 1 a ple.-tstn. :
evening was spot.: v..n\ music and read
' as features.
ftiose jre.ent wore Mrs. Jacob Suy-1
der, Mrs. 'Howard tMongel. Mrs. K
It- auyier. Mrs. I'haries Knoll, Mrs. I
•'oars, Mrs. Samuel Hetrick, Mrs. W.
1 l'!r..k. Mrs. W. 1». Bvler, Mrs. Troy, j
Miss A una Ktxler. Mrs. (. iar Os Knier
I iex, Mrs. SfAetron. Mrs. Harry Buyer.
• Mrs. Ye.es. M -. KautTman. Mr.-. 8 ui
! gler, Mrs. JaKobv. Mis. H. K.
mar.;, Mrs. Woodrow, Mrs. W. |
il. Aikire, Mrs. t iiarlcs S.r.okler. 'Mrs.
Ki % p. 'M s. C. King. Mrs. Grove. Mrs.
jS'cntz. Mrs. En: ma Mr<. Reyn
i ..is. Mrs. .K hu I'jata. Urs. Heiui, Mrs.
t P:\iuael Wei ll'; tnyer, Mis. i>. Borri'k.
Mrs. Willis Hackinan, Mrs. William
*: :i '< r.
Mrs. M. Pioag.i. Mrs. James Tugend. 1
M:-s X.mme:man. Mrs. Berkley, Mr<.
; Herman t>nyil«, Mrs. C. S. SUetTer.
Miss Jennie Gruver, Mrs. V. W/Ri.e,
\ M r<. Kati.rwn hruni. Mrs. Nelson. Mrs.
la K. lit. aall. MTS. Jem Whisler. Mr#. ;
Ha-ry A'ieu, Mrs. Robert Lee Gardner.
Mrs Cbronister. Mrs. J. B. Fas;, Mrs.
! oeorge Drake. Miss Brc.digan. M ss
Hovltr. Miss Entnni Danniovcr, Mrs.
■ lamil. Miss Morgan* Ku: -. Mrs.
Mat.-cett. Mrs. David Ober, Mrs. C. B.
Thor e. Mrs. t. barters. -Mrs. W. Stvrisl,
M: ». M.iiien. Mrs. B. Sjeffv, Mrs.
' .iark> K. Bey#r. .VC>s Rose SLumma,
Miss Hi'..la Sny ,er. M .ss Agnes Moore.
M'-s ra Brvvn. Mr. and Mrs. NV iI -
iuuu Heir k. of Pax;a:ig, and Mr. and ,
Mrs. Matthias Baker.
ENTEKTAIXEI) KOR HI'S BAND j
Mrs. D. E. Rush Gave a Dinner on
i Mrs. D. K. Rush entertained at din-
I ner at her home. tiSo Hamilton street,
j last evening in honor of her hus'oand,
who celebrated his birthday anniver
• sary yesterday.
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.
J. K. Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pals
; baugh. Mrs. I'. K. Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
H. H.*Hatu-k. Miss Delia Hauok. Mrs.
: ; J. I* Hetij., Miss Margaret Stober,
Miss Agnes Schell, John Munima. Da
vid Mr v.nnell, Horace Geisel and Bea
L trice Clouser.
EMBROIDERY CU B MET
Members Were Guests of Mrs. J. „E.
' Mrs. Joseph E. Forward entertained
- the members of the Fri i«y Afternoon >
• Embroidery Club at her home. 124 Sv 1-'
■ van Terrace, this afternoon.
: Those present were Mrs. Hnt
ton. Mrs. Odin Hoffman. Mrs. Lincoln
i Holler. Mrs. W ilia in Shuitz, Mrs.
' Jesse Howe. Mrs. Dai id Ober, Mrs.
1 Frank lle-ser, Mrs. Otto Plack, Mrs.
. WiSKam Mr'. Mervin Cook.
. Mrs. C. l-ehman. Mi-s Anna Laurer an.l,
1 Miss Emma Greishaber.
MISS HULL IIOSTEvS
; Entertained at Tea in H:n:r of Miss
Miss Elizabeth Crull gave a tea at
her home. 2227 Penn street, this after
noon in c mpliment to Miss Irma M.
Lloyd, of De.ta. The rooms were pret
tily decorated vrith a profus.cn of
j'spring flower- Miss Mary Wormer
' poured tea and Miss Florence Huoer
presided over the chocelate urn. Twenty
', guests were invited to meet Mi?s Lloyd.
Civic Club Meeting Monday
A meeting of the Civic Club will b? i
j held Monday afternoon in the John V.
Boyd Memorial Hall. Miss Martha
„ i Bailey will give an illustrated talk on
I "The Edge of the Balkan" and other
| interesting subjects will be discussed.
The educational and municipal depart
tneuts will meet prior to the regula
A Simple Way to
•! Remove Dandruff
' There is one sure way that has never
failed to remove dandruff at once, and
' that is to dissolve it. then you destroy
• it entirely. To do this, just get about
" four ounces of plain, common liquid
e arvon from any drug store (this is all
you will need), apply it at night when
" retiring; use enough to moisten the
) scalp and rub it in gently with the
' finger tips.
1 By morning most, if not all. of your
J dandruff will be gone, and three or four
more applications will completely dis
-5 solve, and entirely destroy, every single
t! sign and trace of it, no matter how
n much dandruff you may have.
0 i You will find all itching and digging
1 |of the sralp will stop instantly and your
, hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky
0 , and soft, and look and feel a hundred
j : times better.—Adv.
v HAIR COMBINGs VALUES
i-' For personal comfort, health and
I adornment your own hair combings
Always fUltabto and Satisfactory Wark.
n MISS H. M. SUNDAY
'"| 202 Chestnut Street
Many Cures Reported Dally In Towns
Where It Is Known
The wonderful cures that are being i
made by this remarkable new remedy
are almost beyond belief. A young la<£' j,
from Ottumwa, la., for many years suf- 1
fercd from a bad vase of eczema. Her
face was a sight to behold; all covered
with red blotches, pustules and pimples.
So unsightly was her appearance she
gave up all social life. Failiug to find
relief with doctors and remedies, shp
became despondent and discouraged, j
After a few weeks' treatment with |
liquid and ointment the scalp redness 1
disappeared, pustules healed and she was
entirely cored. A few months following !
lier mother wrote that Amolox had done '
wonders for her daughter, aud she Vas ;
married last week. Seems like a fairy
tale. doesn't itf Vet this is the truth.
This is only one of the many cases that
are being reported in towns where Am
nios has been introduced and its merits
have become known. Amolox is invalu
able for ecxema. psoriasis, acne, tetter,
barber's itch, rod nose or any skin afflic
tion. Recommended and guaranteed by
Geo. A. Gorgiis and 11. I'. Kennedy.
Your money back if it fails to do what
wo claim for it. Trial sire sQe.—Adv.
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mrs. F. K. Biugluui, of Oxford, Md.,
sti'iped with local friends yesterday
en route to Chicago.
Mrs. \Y. \V. Gallagher, 344 Harris
street, is speuding severe! ..»« at York.
John J. Young, erf Shippensburg,
has returned to nis home alter spend
ing several days with Frank hut
1o 4 o Howard street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Aponsler and
daughter. Louise. 10"> Chestnut street,
loft yesterday for ArJantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. A lister, 234
Xortth Third street. are spending sev
ei.'.l days in New York.
J. \V. Lavertv. of Phils' i'edphia, is
the guest of lus mother. Mrs. M. A.
Laverty, 419 Forster street.
Dr. J. Rhoades, of Phila.lelph a.
will ?peud the week-end with his par
euts, Mr. aud Mrs. J. E. Rhoades. 1201
North Second street.
Mrs. JoJin Kirby. at Atlantic City,
who has been visiting Mrs. John Kir
by. 20l Cumber.md street for several
days, has returned.
Mrs. Samuel l>. Myers, ot' Newport,
and Mrs. Flora I'eudergast, of Lan
-1 ouster, have returued after a visit
anun,' local relatives.
Mrs. lloeton. of Philadelphia, is the j
guest of Mrs. Alfred Seifert, 232 Kel '
Mr. ait! Mrs. Ne'sjn Reib and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles of Phil&-|
deifhia. and Mr. aud Mrs. J. Pier.e, |
of Cleveland. Ohio, attended the Flan !
agan-Husie wedding at Steelton last
Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Alexander,)
of New York, are guests of Mrs. C..
A. Mae A r die, 1908 North Third street, i
Mr. and Mrs. EXi'ward Good have
gone to York, after spending several
days with their relative, Jaoob Good,
1803 Market street.
Mr. aud Mrs. Thomas Roland, of
Robe-onia. are '-pending several days
with Miss Claire Flanagan at Steel
Mis? Mary Kay, 1930 Green street,
has returned from Reading.
Charles Leas and daughter. Miss
Katherine Leas, 320 South Thirteenth
! street, are houie from Reading.
Mrs. .tames Sweeney has returned to
j York, after spending several days with
Jseob Good and family, 1805 Market
Mrs. Robert Nicholson. 1641 Market
i street, has been called tJ Scranton by
. the serious illness of her siister, Mrs.
Mrs. James Bailey, of Pine Forge,
spent several days with her mother.
Mrs. George Rei'.y, 1301 North Front
Mr. and Mrs. \V. K. Morgan and
daughters, Cordelia and Evelyn Mor
gan. 1608 Berrvhill street, have re
turned from Pittsburgh, Xiagara Falls,
'Buffalo and New York.
Mr. and Mrs. John McCanua, of OJ
lunfbia. have returned after spenSug
several days with Jaoob Good, ISOS
' Mrs. Felix I>.ivis. 1202 Chestnut
street, has gone to Shenandoah to at
tend the funeral of a relative.
Miss Maude Stanley, 1217 Swatara
' street, and Miss Susan Grouse, 1250
CUSS EE SAIIS
If Your Back Is Aching or Bladder
Bothers, Drink Lots of Water
and Eat Less Meat
When your kiilneys hurt and your
back feels sore, don't get scared and
proceed to load your stomach with a
lot of drugs that excite the kidneys and
irritate the eutire urinary tract. Keep
your kidneys clean like you keep your
bowels clean, by flushing them with a
mild, harmless salts which removes the
body's urinous waste and stimulates
them to their normal activity. The
function of the kidneys is to filter the
blood. In 24 hours they strain from it
500 grains of acid and waste, so we can
readily understand the vital importance
of keeping the kidneys active.
Drink lots of water —you can't drink
too much; also get from any pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salts;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast each morning for a
few days and your kidneys will act fine.
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, com
bined with lithia, and has been used tor
generations to clean and stimulate
clogged kidneys; also to neutralize the
acids in urine so it no longer is a source
of irritation, thus endin-r bladder weak
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot in
jure: makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep their
kidneys clean and active. Try this,
also keep up the water drinking, and no
doubt you will wonder what became of
your kidney trouble and backache.—
State street, will attend the Sunday
school convention at Kphrata as dele
gate from the Fourth Reformed Sunday
Mrs. George Ruuch. 337 Hummel
street, has returned from Milroy.
Mrs. Hawbeeker, of Hershey,
is upending some time in IMtiladelphia
and New York.
Miie Lulu Gingrich, 1303 Chestnut
street, has returne*! from u six w«Hvks'
stay with rekrtive* at ShenandoaJi.
Benjamin Strouse, 1632 North Sec
ond street, has returned fr\i«i New
Mr. aud Mrs. John P. Gwhl, 1416
North st root, arrive*! home to
*tey from Washington, D. C.~
Mrs. Sol. Humberger, of Baltimore,
is the guest of b»>r sister, Mrs. Al Selig
man, 2003 Nor tit Sevoiut st rtvt.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and
Clarence Fry, of Pittsburgh, who at
tended the ftuier;il of Sumner KYy yos
terdav affernoon, will speud some time
■with Mr. anil Mrs. Klias Pry, 212
Miss Mary Kay. 1930 Green street,
has returned from Weeding.
Mrs. Benjamin Strouse, 1632 XortJi
(Second street, has returned from a visit
with her daughter. Miss Marian
Strouse, of Irving College.
Moe lV>per. 600 North street .are in
Mrs. Jones Kuki, ot' Baltimore, ar
rived yesterday to spend some time
with her sister, Mrs. Otto BuJCbautn,
1613 North Second street. •
John Harold Fox, a senior at Prince
ton University,' retiirntM to college yes
terday after s}>emling tlhe week end
with his i»arentß, the Rev. and Mrs.
John I>. Fox, 214 Staite street.
James Spencer Ross, 219 Pine street,
has returned to Princeton University,
Princeton, N. J., after spending a week
at his Hsrrisburg home.
Mr. and 'Airs. Harry Peters and chil
dren, of ißaJtimore. are visitiug Mrs.
C. M. Forney, at Pnxiang.
Mrs. John Oenslager. 115 South Wont
street, is spending two weeks in New-
tMr. ami Mrs. David W'itman, of Phil- |
adelphia. have returned home after j
spending several days with Jacob (rood, '
1805 'Market street. i,
Miss Kathorine W'ilhelm, 1706 i
Greeu street, lias returned from .Sew '
York. I '
Mrs. (Mtark Hopkins, of St. flare, j I
Muih., who was the gnes>t of Mrs. Sum- !
r.el C. Todd, -i>S Pine sfreet, left for j
California and will remain in Chicago '
several days en route.
Mrs. Jacob H. denier, of Atlantic j
<Hty, who was the guest of Mr. and j
'Mrs. Moses Hoffman. 5.' 1 Penn street,
MISS BROWN ENTERTftINS
Gave a Valentine Party at Her Home.
I£!7 Derry Street, Last
; Miss Romaine Brown entertained at I
1 a Valentine party at her home. 1327
Derry street, last evening. Those pres
j ent were:
Misses Susan Molt?., Georgianna
. Bickle, Margaret Zeiders, Katharine
i /.eiders. Anna Atticks, I'earl Eutzy, j
; Grace Mentzer, Harriet Geiger, Grace
i Brown, Nettie Wilson and Romaine
j Brown, .loan McGuire. Harry Wilson, j
! Jack Smith, Camp iMill; Theodore Wag-i
| ner, Orval Mentzer, Edward Schaner, |
i Kramer Johnson, Robert Webster, Wil- j
! liam Webster. Paul Brieker. Harold'
j Geiger, William Brown, Jr., Mrs.
1 James Wilson, Mrs. Annie Gensler,,!
Miss Elizabeth Geusler. Mr. and Mrs.
i George W. Rowe. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. j
j Dawson, Philadelphia, and Mr. and!
j Mrs. W. C. Brown.
ENTERTAINS AT CARDS
Members of D. I. K. Club Were Guests
of Miss Helen Morscb
j M'iss Helen Moreoh. 43S South |
j street, was hostess at a valentine farty ,
I last evening for the D. I. K. Progres •
: sive Five Hundred Club and their!
' friends. After the cards, refreshments j
I were served to the following:
Misses Naomi Winger, Pearl Black, j
j Hazel Mackley, Martina Mullen, Edna
, Bixler. William M. Gardner, Merrill
i Arbogast, Paul Reindell, Ellis Roberts.
I William McGuire and Boger Sell man.
C. A. 0. CLUB MEETING
Held at the Home of Miss Mary Wit
mer Last Evening
Miss Mary Witmer entertained at
; her home, 219 Maclav street, last even
j ing the members of the C. A. O. Club,
j Those present were: Miss Marie
! Dougherty, Miss Marion Martz, Miss'
j Martha Miller, Miss Kate Peters. Miss|
Helen Gerdes, Miss Lillian Kamskv, j
Miss Katherine Kelker. Miss Pauline 1
Hauck, Miss Helen Wallace, Miss .Mar- ,
garetta Reed, Miss Dorothy Holman
and Miss Helen Broomall.
Marietta, Feb. 12.—Miss MaTgaret
Edgerley and Leeter E. Jeffrie®, of To-'
I ledo. Ohio, were married yesterday in j
the Trinity Lutheran church. Lancaster,!
by the Rev. Paul Yount, assistant pas-j
j tor. Lewis Shaub, of Brooklyn, New
! York, was best man and Miss Elizabeth i
I Edge-rley was bri'tesmaid. A recep-j
! tion followed.
Married at Lancaster
DiWerville, Feb. 12.—Miss Anna E. i
Morrison, of this place, and Anthony
i Gainnone, of Norrisrto.wn, were married
• 1 yesterday at the parsonage of the Grao-e ]
I Lutheran church, Lancaster, by the;
Rev. Dr. Haupt, with the ring cere-'
II mony. The couple was unattended.
■ I Transferred to Baltimore
: | Louis J. Cleary, 1526 .Susquehanna
i street, with the International Harvest- 1
•! er Company, has been appointed assist- ;
• ant cashier aud transferred to the of- j
. fices of the company at Baltimore, Md. i
Announce Birth of Son
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mueller.!
L j 1614 Hunter street, announce the birth ;
jof a son, Charles Linford, February 4. i
• Mrs. Muelier was Miss Berth* Longfield ,
- prior to her marriage.
Close Mission Institute
s The Women's Auxiliary of the Epis- i
» eop«l churches of the diocese of Har
• risburg closed their three day mission
ary institute yesterday when Bishop
• James Henry Darlington and the Rev.
[ James F. Bullitt offered up prayers for j
s foreign missions. A similar event is '
r now being planned by the Williamsport
,; delegates, to be held in that city next |
-j Things refuse to be mismanaged:
■ long.—Carlyle I
Saturday Offerings in Ladies* Weir That Car
rectly Typify the Word "Bargains"
To-morrow thereto be a complote clearance of
certain lines of Ladies' Wear at this store. With the
prices we've placed on the merchandise there's no '
question that our purpose will be attained. Whether
you profit or not, depends solely upon you.
Last of Our Last of Our
LADIES' SUITS COATS
All wool aerge suits, just five in
the lot. satin lined, worth $lO to Lot of 22 coat* in light weight
sls. Choice while £0 AO materials, worth up to 4>l rtfl
they Inst OO.jO ?7. Choice #l.l/1/ ;
Four suits in poplin, eordurov lot of coats in a variety of «
and broadcloth, worth up to fabrics, worth tip to AO QQ
$22.50. Choice while &J? QQ $12.00. Choice for..
the - v la,t oo.vo Txit of broadeloth roat9i Md .
ing guaranteed satin lining, inlaid
velvet collar and cuffs, si7.es up
. . „ . , to 43, worth SIB.OO. (f»£ Afl
Silk Waists Specials choice* for vo.lfo
$.1.00 crepe de chine waistx in
all wanted shades, new models. _
Special Saturday $1.49 I „ „ . . n
(Limit—l to a customer.) New Spring Apparel
$3.00 and $3.50 messaline sills ... .
waists, extra tine .p.alitv, five .. Y inv '. te to,ns^ f f t 0,,r .
different shades, just 1-1 "in the '' ,s ' ,li,v <>t advance models in
. . 0 . , . j... _ _ Spring Suits and Presses, and
' '' O>UH | ' • acquaint vourself with our mod
while they last JOL era ' to pric j ng .
(Limit —1 to a customer.)
Don't Forget Mtfk ffl |4 0 41L CI Don't Forget
Members of St. John's Reformed
Church Were Guests of Mrs. 0.
Mr«. C. E. Hanshaw entertained the '
members o>f the Imdies' Bilvle Class of
St. John's Reformed church at her
home. 1600 North Third street, last'
Routine business was transacted aft-!
er which a musical program was ren- j
aered and refreshments serve*!.
Those present were: The Rev. G. W.i
and Mrs. Haipmuu, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. j
Rintz, Mrs. Rudy, Miss Patclien, Mrs. \
Pearl, Miss Rintz. Mrs. Pome, Mrs. I
Seiner, Mrs. Swrmgar, Mrs. MeCrae.
• Mrs. Guy, Mrs. Gorman, Mrs. Bowman,!
Mrs. Hess, Mrs. Kitchen, Mrs. Baer,i
Mrs. Gauker, Mrs. Whitman, Mrs.
i Peipher, Mrs. Weaver, Mrs. Stauffer,
Mrs. Whitcomb, Miss Dorothy Sck
wmrtzbac-h, Helen Guv, Caroline Guy,
Helen Bowman, Earl Bowman, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Hansiheuw and children,
i Emma and Daniel.
TEA IN OLIVET CHURCH
Mrs. Groff, Mrs. Armstrong and Mrs.
Mrs. Abraham Groff, Mrs. Edwin
j Lyme and Mrs. Harry Armstrong were j
I hostesses at a tea yesterday afternqon j
held in the reception room of the Oli
| vet Presbyterian church. A program i
, of music and recitations was rendered,
j after which tea was served. Those j
Mrs. Edward A. Nicodemus, Mrs. J
I Charles Border, Mrs. J. P. Braselmann,
i Mrs. H. C. Buinberger, Mrs. H. C.
; Wert/!, Mrs. Ralph Deihl. Mrs. Hoover,
j Mrs. H. F. Pennypaeker, Mrs. Sherman |
Notestine, Mrs. W. O. Yates, Mrs.
Charles Bowman. Mrs. Raymond Stover, |
I Mrs. Niles Houck. Mrs. Harry Rouse. |
1 Mrs. Charles Pass. Mrs. George Gel- ;
wicks, Mrs. Charles Leas, Mrs. Lyme, i
Mrs. Harriet Armstrong and Mrs.
Abram L. Groff.
•'My papa has a tailor made watch." j
said little Winifred ■ proudly.
"Indeed!" exclaimed the visitor.!
"t never heard of a tailor made watch j
"Well,' explained the little miss,
"he got it with a $lO suit of clothes,
j anyway." l —Chicago News.
of Solid Gold
. t «v< AVc are showing a window full of Solid
Gold Jewelry, which we purchased at a
speeial low price and are selling regardless
r ijK : «r1 jy of profit. Our purpose is to give you such
a bargain treat that you will become a
\ friend and patron of this store.
Beautiful Solid Gold Jewelry at About Half Price
Gold Crosses $1.70 Gold Bar Pins SI.BO
Gold Chains, Rope Gold Cufl' Buttofis, SI.OO
Gold Fobs, $3.48 ■ Genuine Diamond Brooch Pins,
Gold Wedding Kings, $1.08! SO.OB
Gold Pocket Knives $2.25jG01d Scarf Pins, 70c
Gold Birthstone Rings, ... . ■ $1.70 j Gold Beauty Pins, 80c
Gold Signet Scarf Pins 80c Gold Lavallieres, $2.08
Gold Tie Clasps, $1.401 Gold Brooch Pins $1..">0
Gold Earrings $1,231 Gold Collar Buttons 00c
Solid Gold Watches, to-jewel Klgin or Waltham, Hunting $26.00
Solid Gold 15 and 17-jewel lli-size Klgin or Waltham fi(i
Watches, open face, V"t)»vw
Solid Gold 15 and 17-jewel 12-size Klgin or Waltham fkfk
Watches, Hunting casea
Every article marked in plain figures and stamped 10 and 14 carat gold.
A Full Line of Other Beautiful Goods at Special Low Prices
P. H. CAPLAN CO.
k 18 North Fourth Street
DR. LYTER AT Y. W. C. A.
Will Speak Sunday ou "Some Impera
tives of a Worthy Life"
The regular Sunday service of the
Young Women's Christian Association
will be held in the John Y. Boyd Hall
Sunday afternoon at 3.30. The Rev.
Dr .1. A. Lyter, pastor of Derry Street
I'. B. church, will be the speaker. His
subject is '-'Some Imperatives of a
Worthy Life." There will be a solo
by Miss Helen Bright and the ladies'
quartet will sing The members of this
quartet are Mrs. J. A. Lyter, Mrs. E.
S. Nisslev, Mrs. 11. O. Miller and Mrs.
.1. E. Hippie. Miss Edith Stouffer ha-a
charge of the meet ; ng.
Engineer Baltosser Recovering
George W. Baltosser. a freight en
j gineer on the Philadelphia division of
the Pennsylvania railroad, who re
! ceived an injured leg several weeks ago
1 when he made a misstep from his en
gine at Thorndale, is now able to be
about with the aid of crutches.
To Hold Entertainment
State Capital Lodge No. 70, Inde
pendent. Order of Odd Fellows, will
hold a social and entertainment in
their hail, 304 North Second street, to
morrow evening. A program of local
talent will be presented, after which
refreshments will be served.
The Curse of Mexico
Xoehitl, the beautiful Tndian maiden
| of 900 years ago, is responsible for the
j Mexican national drink, pulque, pro
| nounced poolkav. She was the first. to
j drink the sweet liquid from the nva
guey plant, cousin of the aloe, that
! blooms once in 100 years. The drink in
its fresh state is quite harmless, but
}t he modem Mexicans have deftwused it>
by fermentation, and it has now 'be
come the curse of Mexico. It appears
to have much the same effect as some
| other national drinks, for it soft«ns the
j brains, ruins the nHigestdon and para
| ly/es the nerves. So disastrous a hold
I has pulque upon the poorer classes that
j employers of labor avoid workers from
i the maguey fields if they can get laibor
| elsewhere.—Pittsburgh Chroivicle-Tele
Course of Wisdom
Crawford—What do you do when a
j woman asks your advice? •
Crabshaw—Find out first what she
j has made up her mind to do.—Judge.,
Success is the product of the sum of
[ our years multiplied by our good ac