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Thursday Last Day SLIDING SCALE SALE Last chance to buy winter garments at % the low est reduced prices. $25.00 suits reduced to $12.50. Thursday—last day Mi.*Js $28.75 coats reduced to $15.00. Thursday—last day #7.50 S.Jj.OO. $40.00 and $45.00 evening gowns reduced to $19.75, $25.00 and $29.75. Thursday—last day * .$9.88, $12.50 and $14.88 Separate skirts reduced to $1.95. $2.50. $3.50 and $5.00. ThTirsdav— last d «. v 98c, $1.25, $1.78 and $2.50 Half reduced price on all Furs WITMER, BAIR & WITMER 202 WALNUT ST. SQCIALand HARRISBURG CHAPTER D.A. R.TOCIVEANNOALTEA Will Celebrate Washington's Birthday in Fitting Manner Monday After noon—Mrs. Henry McCormick Will Preside The annual Washington's Birthday tea of Harrisrmrg Chapter, D. A. R., wiH be held Monday afternoon, Feb ruary 22, iu the assembly hall of the V. M. C. A. Owing to the illness of the regent. Mrs. Gilbert A. MeCauley, the first vice regent, Mrs. Henry McCormick, will preside. •The hall will be elaix>rately decorat ed with smalk silk flags, miniature cher ry trees and beautiful steel engravings of George and Martha Washington. The new piano o<f tie chapter will be used for the first time, at the tea. and Mrs. Martin A. Cumbler will play sev erai selections. Mrs. William K." Bum baugh will sing a number of beautiful ballads and Miss Liois K. Booker, presi dent of the Story Telling Club, will tell the "Toy Shop.'' that beautiful storv of Margarita Spalding Gerry's. Mrs. Keats Peav will read a letter from the Hindman Settlement School, at Hindman, Ky., at which place the chapter has a little girl in whom thev are interested. "Current Events'* by the historian. Miss Cora bee Snyder, will be followed bv the singing of "America'' after ■which tea will be served, with Mrs. Thomas M. Jones. Mrs. E. Z. Gross and Mrs. S. P. Dunkle as hostesses. A meeting of the executive b.-«rd of Harrisburg Chapter. D. A. K.. was held at 10.30 o'clock this morning at tha home of Miss Caroline Pearson. 503 North Front street, with Mrs. Henry McCormick, first vice regent, presiding.' The resignation of Mrs. Gilbert A.' MeCauley. the regent, was received! ■with regret and as the annual election of officers takes place this spring, no regent will be elected until that time. Mrs. Henry McCormick, first vice re pent, will preside at all meetings until then. Will Spend Two Weeks on House Boat Mrs. Marlin E. Olmsted, 105 North Front street, will leave next week for a two weeks' trip through the South on a house boat. Mrs. Olmsted will spend Monday with her son who is a student at a Massachusetts school. Benefit Bridge for Bed Cross Fund Mr. and Mrs. James W. MilHioase arranged a benefit brid<re and' live hun dred whieh was held last evening at their home, in Camp Hill, the proceeds of which will he sent to the Red Cross IVpartment of the Home and War Re lief Committee of this eitv. The card rooms were prettily deco- The Cover VOff Chow, Hueppe, Lehmen, Eylenburg, I von Leyden, Mendel, Fraenzel, a* I . , physiologists, doctor* and I Here s the admission made (in an food expert* of our own country ss ■ j . • ~ . , , Prof. Robinson, Dr. Wiley, Dr. Woods B advertisement) by one of the heaviest Hutchinson, Prof. An y n, Mr. Alfred I coffee- advertisers of the country. I Bead it. Think it over. Read it again, I and let the truth sink in. °2 n "- „ I Prof. Hueppe designates the symo- I A,„. j • 1 i J: i ii toms as palpitations, tremor, fear, fl • . dlinker who ieels the exultations, headaches,diulnsssand ■ onset of ill health and discomfort, and „ I i i j. , " other scientists ssy that coffee m IS 111 doubt as to the cause, can easilv drinking can be the cause of heart U Hud out if coffee has anvthin? to do palpitations, dilatation of th# I it], jt * ■"? disease of tha arteries fl WITH IT. (arteriosclerosis). fl Simplv to POSTUM len da\ s on this famous pure food-drink not only shows up coffee, but points the way back to old-time health and comfort. Postuni comes in two form: Regular Postum which must be boiled—lsc and 2oe packages. Instant Postum the soluble form—made in the cup with hot water instantly—3oc and 50c tins. Both kinds are drug-free, delicious, and the cost per cup is about the same. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM —sold bv Grocers everywhere. • - *~ r —- ' . .. J ..i • HAHHtSBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY IT, 1915 rated with small American flags, while in the arch between the hallway and card room was a large white dove, rep resenting the dove of peace, with the flags of the warring nations held in its beak. Instrumental and vocal selections bv Mi«s Belle Middaugh, Miss Alice Myers and Newell Albright, added grfcatlv to the success and pleasure of the even ing. Tables were in charge of the follow ing; Mrs. John E. Sweeney, Mrs. Girtou Smith. Mrs. H. Wickersbwni, Mrs. Mose., Mrs. Martin Brinton, Mrs. L H. Den nis. Mrs. J. Grant Shwarz, Mrs. Ctrl Deen. Mrs. Roland. Mrs. G. A. W' Bell, Mrs. Addison Bowman, Mrs. James W. Millhotlse, Dr. 11. C. Law ton and Mrs. R. M. Staley. Will Visit in New England Mrs. John C. Kuukel. Jr.. will leave Friday for Xew England, wlwre she will visit her son, John C. Kunkel. 3d. who is a student at Andover Aeakmv. Mr. Kunkel has been elected editor of the college paper published bv the stu dents. Goes to Illinois to Visit Brother Miss Lucinda Small. 109 Chestnut street, left this morning for Evanston, 111., to visit her brother. Dr. Russell Small. MRS. BALSLEY HOSTESS Entertained at Cards in Celebration of Her Birthday Anniversary— Prizes Were Awarded Mrs. Russell W. Balsley. ot' Elk wood. New Cumberland, entertained with a five hundred party yesterday afternoon in celebratiou of her birthday anniver sary. Frizes were won bv Mrs. Charles H. Scott. Mrs. Harriet Houek, Mrs. Har ry Houser and Mrs. William Drinkwa ter. after which a buflfet luncheon was served to the following; Mrs. Charles H. Scott; Mrs. William Smvser, Mrs. William Drinkwater. Mrs. William Morrow. Mrs. Harrv Houser, Mrs. Harry Haas, Mrs. Harry Young, Mrs. Harriet Hauck, Mrs. ,1. A. Warner, Mrs. Richard Bucher, Mrs. John Forten baugh. Mrs. E. H. Witrner, Mrs. Edward Markley and Mrs. Frank Shellenberger, of Steelton; Mrs. H. J. Hamuie, of Camp Hill. Birth Announcements Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Baptisti, 100 South Thirteenth street, announce the birth of a son. Saturday, February 13. Mrs. Bapti«ti was Miss Martha Sollen beiyer prior to her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Clark. 1625 North Seventh street, announce the b;rth of a son, Robert Harvey Clark, Saturday, February 13. Mrs. Clark was Miss Margaret Rebuek, prior to her marriage. MR. AND MRS. E. GARNER CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY E&urtai&M Friends it Their Home JUast Evening in Celebration of Their Twentieth Wedding Anniversary— Many Quests In Attendance Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Garuer enter tained a number of friends at their home in Curtin street, Penbrook. last evening, in celebratiou of their twen tieth wedding anniversary. Those pres ent were: 'Mrs-S. S. Peace, Mr. and Mrs. Kra bftr, Mrs. George Martin, William Feeser, Edgar Shope, Mrs. Valentine, Mr. and Mrs. S. Walmer and children, Mrs. Prank Messimer, Hi. and Mrs. William Zimmerman, Charles Keeser, William Piker, Jr., Wilbert Packer, John Keeser, IMiises Minnie rilough, Lil lian Piker, Jessie Parrish, Hazel Par rish. Katlierine Specs, Vera Specs, Irma Wilson, Ruth Levan, Mac Levan, Anna Waltz, lloreuce Waltz, Katherine Havers'tick, Edith Demmy, Sarah Shope, Emma Shope, Henrietta Down It, Nola Keeser, 'Marv Feeser, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Feeser, Mr. and Mrs. J. Roiiland. Mr. and Mrs.. Raymond Hoerner and daughter, Mrs. Ira Dunkle, Mrs. Bow ers and daughter. Mabel; Mr. aud Mrs. William Piker. Sr., 'Mrs. M. S. Feeser, Mrs. Sarah Ballpntine and son. 'Mr. ami Mrs. M est inter, Mrs. Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. William Benner. Mr. and Xlrs. M. Ludwig and daughter, Mrs.. Charles Short and daughter, Mrs. Neet cr. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lyter and children, Ijcola and Lerov; Mr. aud Mrs. Pot telger and son, Chester; Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Gcrhart, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Specs, 'Mr. and Mrs. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCoy and daughter. Elva; William Mcllhennv, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gernert. Mr. an,l Mrs. Edward \>altz, Mr. and Mrs. Snvder and son, Mr. and Mrs. Fite ond son. Mr. aud Mrs. Ashton Peace. Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur L>avis and children. Mr. and Mrs. George Aungst. Mr. and Mrs. F. I). Wagner and children, Mr. and Mrs.' George Haversti-k. Mrs. Denny, Mrs. •W. Frederick. Mr. au.l Mrs. C. F. Vingst and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Shope, Mr. and Airs. Cassell, Mr. ami 'Mrs. H. R. Wetteroth and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Feeser and son. Thomas; Miss Ada Kepford. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Packer, Mr. De walt, 'Mrs. A. Kirk, MUSI lEEHNLARCER ROOM Congregation of Redeemer Lutheran Church to Hold Mid-Week Ser vices in Auditorium It has been tound necessary to hold weekly prayer meetings in the main auditorium at Redeemer Lutheran church. Nineteenth and Kensington streets, because of the increased at tendance and the first of the mid-week meetings in the auditorium will be held to-night. An unusually large attendance is expected at this service. The senior catechetical class will meet with the pastor at 7 o'clock, as usual, and the prayer meeting will start at 7,30. There will be a halt' hour of song and prayer and the giv ing of scriptural passage*, and during the remaining half hoar the pastor, the Rev. E. Victor Roland will continue his lectures in the course of religious instruction begun some weeks ago. which ha* been the means of arousing additional interest in the mid-week services at the church. The course will be extended throughout the Lenten season. The prayer meetings are leading 'up to two weeks of special services at Re deemer ehuri-h immediately preceding Easter. News of Persons Who Come and Go Miss Kathryne Brook Smith, 2019 North Second street, has returned from a two months' viait with friends in Dayton, O. Mrs. Mary Mullen, of York, aud Misa May Richards, of New York, are spend ing the week with theit cousin, Mrs, W. G. Smith, 1628 Derry street. Mrs. Frank Eyler, 1404 State street, has returned from a week's visit in Philadelphia. Miss Marguerite Plank, of York, is the guest of Miss Sara Sharpe. 306 North street. J. Randall Kiernan, 432 Hummel street, arrived home to-day after a visit with relatives in l^iladelphia. Miss Cecelia Wolf, of Washington, D. C„ Miss Phoebe Tetow, of ork, who are guests of Miss Mary Cooper, 600 North street, will be guests to-night at the charity dance in Winterdale hall. Miss Frances McGee, of New York, is tae guest of Mrs. M. Fitzpatrick, South Nineteenth streel. Joseph Brady, of Reading, is the guest ut Mr. and Mrs. David Sherman, 632 Peffer street. Miss Marie Bowers, of Middletown, has returned after a visft with her fa ther, J. Fred Bowers. 1540 Derry street. Russell Tomlinson and William Tom linson, of Chambersburg, have re turned after a visit with their mother, Mrs. William Tomlinson. 1619 Regina street. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coplinkv, 617 Boas street, have returned from their wedding tour to Philadelphia, New York and Washington, D. C. Miss Costa Sheaffer. 922 North Sec ond street, is in New York. L. A. Hoover, 93 4 Penn street, has gone to Philadelphia to spend several da vs. George Heeter who spent the past month with his daughter, Mrs. Edward iHildebrnnd. oil Walnut street, has re teturned to his home at Saltillo. Mrs. Sarah Lowiy, of Ligonier. is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John W. Dennis, 230 Mislay street. William Capell. 66 North Seven teenth street, has returned from a trip to Philadelphia Miss May Jackson. Thirteenth and Derry streets, has returned from a week's stav in Atlantic Citv. Mr. and Mrs. William Wagner, of Middletown, have returned after a visit with Mr. and Mrs C. W. Miller, 529 Muench street. Mrs. George Heim and Miss Kit Irene Porter. 1502 North Sixth street, have returned from a several days' visit to I'nion Deposit. C. Brown Mark. 604 North Third street, spent a day with his brother, W. R. Mark and family at Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. James Care and daugh ter. Mureta, of Lebanon, have returned from a tvyp weeks' visit with Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Miller, 1900 Market street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Naugle, of Longsdorf, are speuding several days with Mrs. J. Holly. 1635 Berryhill street. Miss Elleu Riehwine. 212 North Third street, is spending several days in New York. Fred Nesbit, 1106 North Sixth street, is visiting at Wrightsville. MIPS Kathryn Rainnin, 1906 North | Sixth street, is visiting in Nt"<w York. Miss Emma Work, 34 6 Wbo'llbiue | street, is visiting friends at Reading. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cumbler and I daughter, of Highspire, have returned i from a several weeks' trip to- New ; York. Washington and Philadelphia. Misses Edith an i Maihel Myers, of Monaghan. Fa., are visiting friends in : this city. | Miss Susan Tsehopp, 24S North • street, has returned from a trip to Sha mokin. M rs. Mary Fetrow, 26 North Third j street, is visiting at York. Mrs. Roy Mell, of Duucannon, has I returned after spending several days | with Mrs. C. Mover, 638 Feffer street. Mr. and Mrs. James Knox, 715 | North Third street, has returned after ja visit in Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shetlon. of r'Hill Acres, near New Cumberland; Miss Kdna Forrer, of 1529 North Third street, and V. Grant Forrer, of the Don aldson, have returned from an automo bile trip to Baltimore and Washington. QUEEN ESTHER CIRCLE MET Members of Ridge Avenue M. E. Church Guests of Miss Helen Bowers The Queen Esther Circle of the Ridge i Avenue Methodist church met at the home of Miss Ileieo Bowers, 318 Cum berland street, last evening. Routine business was transacts! aftef which a : pleasant soi'ial hour was spent. Those "present were Mrs. Harry C. Jordan. Mrs. Fraftk Bratten, Mrs. Roy E. Walborn, Mrs. Cora Ewing Harr, Mrs. Frank H. Gregory, Mrs. W. Y. Linn. Mrs. Frank Hawthorne, Miss Maud Sites. Miss Mary Evans, Miss Ida Beck. Miss Annie Winters. Miss Lila Bowman, Miss Jessie C. Bowers, Miss Mary Neeter, Miss Helen Neeter, Miss Edna Bowers and Miss Helen M. Bowers. S. S. CLASS MEETING Lutheran Church Held Business and So cial Meeting The Sunday school class of St. Matthew's Lutheran church, taught by Mrs. Jacobs, held a social in the social room of the churvh, Monday evening. A short business meeting was held aft er whirh the evening was spent in a social manner. Those present were Mrs. W. H. Ja<'Obe, Mrs. Dra'ke, Mrs. A. R. Grove, Mrs. J. D. Grove, Mrs. C. W. Frye, Misses Clarissa Stence, Hallie Matthews, Esther Sadler, Helen Feltv, 1 Stella Lindsey, Fay Gallagher, Edna Jones, Nora Forrer and Maude Frye. Umble-Witman Wedding Salisbury, Feb. 17.—Miss Carrie V. Witman. daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. etam uel T. Witman, and Elmer Umble, of near New Holland, were married this morning at the home of the bride by the Rev. H. E. Pauli, of the Baptist church. A reception followed at the home of the bride. Brady-Wertz Wedding Lancaster, Feb. 17. Miss Margaret Wertz, of Lancaster, and Harrv u Brady, were married yesterday at the parsonage of St.. Peter's Catholic church by the rector. CHILDREN STROM S«m ckiUrea catch we ailaeat •faruiAtr.kmaUiiittrddt. while ether children are *eMoa tick If your children are pale or frail, if the? catch colds easily, lack am bition or are backward in school, they need SCOTT'S EMULSION which is rich in the food elements to create food blood to strengthen their bodies and brains—SCOTT'S EMULSION is free from ml cohol or habit forming drnga. jTO. CHILDREN RELISH IT. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. M 411 PARTY AT NEWCUIRBERLAND Queen Esther Circle of Vine Street Church, Guests of M. E. Church There The Queen Esther Ciivle of Baugh mnn Memorial M. E. church, of New Cumberland, entertained the Vine Street M. E. Queen Esther Circle, of Harrisburg, in a most delightful way Monday evening. The guests were ush ered into the Sunday school room of the church, where a committee had ar ranged lor the occasion. The decorations I were ferns and hearts. Miss Mordorf, of the visiting Circle, conducted the J opening exercises and also the Home ! Mission lesson, assisted by four of the ! members. At the conclusion of the j lesson a social time was <pont. Vocal 1 and instrumental music was rendered, l items of interest in regard to holidays | of this month, was brought out and a | helpful evening spent. Refreshments were served. The guests were: | Miss Sara Mordorf, Mrs. Weitzel, | Mrs. Edward Drinkwater, Mildred Gra ! ham, Martha Graham, Dorothy Stoner, | Thelma Klaiss, Margaret Klaiss, Helen Tilghman, Margaret Tilghman, Agnes j Sparrow. Marv Harr, Amy Maley, | Sampson Drinkwater, Louise' Hoyler, j Anna Dickey, Sara McCormick, Alice j Nissley, Gertrude Hvle, Mabel Corp j man, Catherine Pike, Mabel Guistwliite, | Mrs. Frank Pencil, the Rev. J. V. and j Mrs. Adams. ! ENTERTAINS OLD COUNCILMEN Francis J. Hoy Is Host to Men Who Formed tne Old Bodies Members of the old Select and Com mon Councils who now constitute the I Harrisburg Councilmauic Association i last evening were guests of Francis J. i Hoy, Jr., a former Selectman, at a fas naclit party. Subsequently a business session was held, at which* time it was j decided to hold a councilmauic ban- I quet in the near future, j The association's by-laws > were ' adopted, after which City Clerk Miller, j chairman of the society, announced the j following committees: Banquet—Augustus H. Kreidler, ! chairman; Thomas B. Marshall, A. j Coleman Sheetz, F. H. Hoy, Jr., and M. Harvey Taylor. Membership Augustus Wildman, chairman: Fred L. Morgenthaler, T. E. Shisler, James P. McCullough and John G. Hauck. Social—lsaiah Reese. A. B. Gardner, E. A. Falter. William Smith and J. E. Rodenhaver. Memorial—L. J. Houseal, William H. Killinger. George D. Toomev, Ben jamin F. Umbertjer and John Daugh erty. MISS BLAIR ENTERTAINS Members of D. C. G. Club Were Her Guests I>ast Evening Miss Beatrice Blair en tor tain e» I 1 tho • members of the D. C. G. Clwb at her home, 329 Hamilton street, last even ing. A short business was held after which dancing and music was enjoyed. Dainty refreshments were served to the following guests: Misses Mildred McCormick, Gladys Michael, Catherine Otstott, Hannah Matebett, Pauline Wise, Blanche Her man, Grace Robinson, Ruth Blair, Mary Blair, Beatrice Blair and Mr. and Mrs. Blair. TROST-PAULES WEDDING Ceremony Performed at Parsonage of Trinity Reformed Church Marietta, Feb. 17.—Miss Elsie Mae Paules, of this place, and G. Trost, of Frazer, were married yester day at the parsonage of the Trinity Re formed church, by the Rev. Dr. Paune becker. The attendants were the mothers j of the contracting parties, and a num- j ber of other relatives witnessed the i ceremony. A reception followed at the home of the bride in the evening. They will reside at Frazer. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is a medicine for i— —— Xall mankind. For B emergencies it's I a household ne- Ksw 17111 cessity which no Kufj == family medicine IKB chest should be 55 without Duffy's ISal —■ — Malt has helped •—— many to avoid sickness. If you are weak or run down from overwork, or easily feel the effects of exposure, you should "Get Duffy's and Keep Wtll" HAIR COMBINOs VALUES For personal comfort, health and adornment your own hair combings are best. Always Reliable and SathFaslery Work. MISS H. M. SUNDAY BOS Chestnut Street CAVE PARTY FOR DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Potteiger Entertained on Birthday Anniversary of Miss Mabel Pottelger Mr. and Mrs. A. Potteiger, 542 Camp street, pleasantly entertained at their home Monday evening in honor of their daughter, Mabel's, birthday anniver sary. T,ho rooms were prettily decorated in valentine fashion. Prizes were award ed to Misses Clara belle Knisley, Adaliue Sheely, Sara Sheeslev, Grace Black, Gladys Besbore, Evelyn Mayers. The guests included the Misses Mil dred Hursh, Emma Bryson, Muriel Michael, Anna lluiisberger, Jenavel Sheeley, Mary Kauffman, Mary Mc- Cain, IDorotihv Allen, Ruth Garret. Viola Sweager, Naomi Bell, Mary Sheesly, Mary E. Kauffman, Thelma Desch, Beatrice Potteiger, 'Beatrice Deibler, Mabel Kitzmiller, Uladys Wal lace, Evelyn Sloop, Adallne Sheeley, Sara Sheeslev, Clarabelle Knisley, Ada line Sheely, Evelyn Mayers, "(iladvs Beshore, Eftie Barner, Florest Potteiger, Mabel' Potteiger, Mr. an.l Mrs. 11. W. ■Skiles and son, Howard; Mr. and vMrs. F. A. Potteiger, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pot teiger. LITERARY SOCIETY MET Entertained at the Home of Miss Doro thy Helmau Last Evening The Demosthenian Literarv S'ocietv held its bi monthly meeting last night at the home of Miss Dorothy Helmun, -27 Emerald street. A program of mu sic and reading was given, after which refreshments were served. Those present were Misses Marion Mart/, Martha Miller, Marv Winner. Helen Wallis, Dorothv Helman. Helen Broomall, Pauliny Hauck, Katherine j Fahnestock, Miriam Rvan. Lillian Kamsky, Lillian Miller, Helen Gerdes, Catharine Kelker, Katherine Peters, I Margaretta Heed, Elizabeth McCor j 'nick, and Clarence Cooper, Frederick Lvter, Richard Hanier, Anson DeVout, I Jonathan Black, Raymond Meek, Car I roll Denny and Kenneth Patterson. I Miss Katharine Zeiders was present. The next meeting will be held nt the home of Miss Mary Witmer, 219 Ma clav street. March 2. L. SAL I VAT is * i Calomel makes you sick and you lose a day's work. Calomel is a nasty, dan gerous chemical. To liven your sluggish liver and bowels when constipated, headachy, bilious, just get a 10-cent box of harmless Cascarets. They work while you sleep, don't gripe, sicken or sali vate. —Adv. PARTY FORJRIDE-ELECT Miss Betty Crai? Quest of Honor at Delightful Social Affair Given , by Miss Schlayer Miss Anna C. Schlayer entertained at her home, 2031 Green street, last evening in honor of Miss Betty Craig, whose marriage to S. G. Wallace, of Enola, will be an event of the early spring. The rooms were perttilv decorated in keeping with the Valentine season and the guests spent a pleasant even- I ing with music and games, after I which dainty refreshments were served. • The dainty bride-elect was present ed with a beautiful casserole and si 1- | ver fern dish by the following guests, i who were members of her Sunday school class; Miss Mary Boyle, Miss Margaret Vance, Miss Mary Belle Cor bett, Miss Anna Tittle, Misses Anna, Lillie and Julia Schlayer and Miss Betty Craig. Mrs. O'Leary Hostess Mrs. T. O'Leary, 1929 Swatara street, entertained at luncheon yester day in eompliment to Mrs. Joseph Bradley. The guests included the mem bers of the Aba Baba Club. SENATE'S SpN SHORT Senator Sprout's Resolution Asking Former President Taft to Address Assembly Is Adopted Last night's session of the Senate was short, lasting but an hour. Sen ator Sproul offered a resolution reciting the fact that former President William H. Taft will be here on April 15 and requesting Governor Brumbaugh to in vite iMtr. Taft to address a joint con vention of the Senate and House in the iHouse. There was no division on this question and it was unanimously adopted. Senator Smith, Philadelphia, intro duced a bill providing for ttye pension ing of State employes who itre over 70 or have served twenty-five years with the State. Senator Beidleman introduced a bill providing for a State 'bureau of elevator inspection. An assistant chief inspector is pro vided for at $3,000 a year; a computer at $1,800; 18 inspectors at $1,500; two tank inspectorial $1,500; a chief olerk, $1,200; three clerks, $1,100; one stenographer, SI,OOO, and a mes senger, S9OO. Under the terms of the measure the inspector has the power to discontinue the use of elevators not considered safe. ■Senator 'Miller introduced a measure appropriating $350,000 for the site and building for the State institute for in ebriates. It is said that the institu tion is to be located in Cumberland county, but its location has not yet been selected. Wanted Something to Resent "Well, Paralysia Pearl," said Mrs. White, "I am going to let you go, and try doing the housework myself for a while." "Huh! Dat all yo' got to say?" grumbled the sable servitor. "Fiah me and den don't call me no names nor nuthinf' Dat's a funny way to treat a cullud lady!" "Certainly 1 am not going to call you names! For mercy's sake, what do you want to be calledf" "Don't make no diffunce, so's it's sumpin' I kin sass yo' back for."— Kansas City Star. Chance to Make "Here's a woman sues because a bear hugged her." "She must be one of the kind that embraces every opportunity."—'Phila delphia Press. 3 A Message to Thin, Weak. Scrawny Folks An Easy Way to Gain 10 to :M> Lbs. of Solid, Healthy, Permanent Flesh Thin, nervous, undeveloped men and women everywhere are heard to say, "I ean't understand why 1 do not get fat ' eat plenty of pood, nourishing food/' I'he reason it just this: You cannot get tat, no matter how much you eat, unless your digestive organs assimilate the fat making elements of your food instead of passing them out through the bodv as waste. ( \\ hat is needed is a means of gently urging the assimilative functions of the stomach and intestines to absorb the oils and fats and band them over to the blood, where tliev may reach the starved, shrunken, run down tissues and build them up. The thin person's liodV is like a dry sponge—eager and hungr? for the fatty materials of which it is being deprived by the failure of ali mentary canal to take them from the food. The best way to overcome this sinful waste of flesh building and to stop the leakage of fats is to use Sargol, the recently discovered re generative force that is recommended so highly by physicians here and abroad, 'lake a little Sargol tablet with ever* meal and notice how quickly your cheeks fill out and rolls of firm, healthy flesh are deposited over your body, coh ering each bony angle and projecting point. O. A. Gorgas and other good druggists have Sargol, or can get ii from their wholesaler, and will refund your money if you are not satisfied with the gain in weight it produces as stated on the guarantee in each package. It ia inexpensive, easy to take and hialitt eflieient. Cnutlon:—\\ hile Sargol has produced remarkable results in overcoming nerv ous dyspepsia and general stomach trouble <, it should not l:e taken mile $ you are willing to gain t MI pounds or more, lor it is a wonderful flesh-builder, —Adv. REV. J. B. LGIRFRITZ WES Was Assistant tfcctor of ft. Bor>'faco's Catholic Church, Philadelphia Philadelphia. Fob. 17.--The •lohn iB. assistant rector of ■-t. 'Boniface's Catholic church, and i ir many years a missionary in the Bronx. New \ ork. die I early yesterday morn ing at the rectory of iiis church. Dia mond street and Xorris square, follow ing an attack of Bright's disease am) rheumatism. He was born in Pittsburgh seventy years ago. and studic I at A~h napolis and Ilehester, Mil., where lie was ordained in 1875. During his career he was stationed successively at St. Michael's. Balti more; Hig'hlandtown, Baltimore; Third Stieet, New \ork; Boston, where he was engaged in missionary labors; the Bronx, New York, where lie was rector of the Redeuipto: Ist church and built a handsome rectorvj again at St. Michael's, Baltimore; Sara' toga Springs. X. V., a nd since 1904 at s t- Boniface's ehurcli, this city. lie "ill be buried on Friday morning from . Boniface's church. ' People Ask Us What is (he best laxative? 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