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/■<XNGrt\ w e Take Pleasure in Announcing
#_% A SPRING SALE OF
kpjfe) 1915 Wash Cottons and Silks
Fashionable Fabrics at Economical Prices
New Colored Striped Voiles 25^
New Crepe de Chene, plain colors, at special MFUI ODIUMS
New Figured Crepe Cloth,
New French Madras, colored stripes, 25f^
New Silk Finish Poplin, all colors 22£ HMII | |B I JF® M
New Fancy Tissues, Hfl 111 IBIL II al
New 32-inch Dress Ginghams, extra fine qual- |H| | | | ||H S — H
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New Tissues, plaids and stripes,
New Polo Dot Voiles, ....... ......... More and more and more people are
40-inch colored ratine, all colors, r>>c value, siuq . , , , ,
New Plain Qpiored Voiles, all c010r5,.... coming to realize the remarkable
New Ripplette, stripes, checks and plaids, / fashion possibilities of low price mil
New English Percales in stripes, dots an<L fig
ures, Friday we shall place on sale a new
Mercerized Black and White Checks, 25c value, assortment to meet" every style de
.T _ mand including the new Fine End
New Dress Ginghams; stripes, checks and plaids, ' , ,
America's best made goods; guaranteed Milans values that Will demonstrate
fast color, 12that this is the
New Dress Poplin, all colors, 12 1 /£f?
New W„h Pongee Cloth, nil colors. 32 indgj HOUSO flf BSSt VaIUBS
New Jack and Gill Cloth, a serviceable fabric
for Children's wear, large assortment of Our great buying power and T;he
patterns, ( 12f act we are con tent with mod- •
.New Plisse Crepe in plain colors and figures, , , ,
12 yU erate profits have combined to earn
Ne\v Linen Colored Suiting, plain and stripes, this title for US.
12V 2 <
New Silk Mull in plain colors and dark,.. ,18<* All" 111 fVllfißßllllllA
New High Lustre 1) Silk, all colors, 220 N|b lM IU I Iff nra IM ]■ W
New Silk Striped Ratine, large assortment, !■■■ WW I 11H IVI 111 11W Vr
New Dress Messalines, all colors, special prices.
New Fancy Striped Messaline, all colors, Special Flowers, Wreaths and Fruits in
Prices- endless variety. New Wings, Quills,
New Chiffon finish colored Taffeta, special ' ■ fancies etc
New Colored Silk Poplin, all colors, special . - __ _ t
New S&h Black Taffel. „„d Me SS a,i„e a, All it Off USUaI LOW PtttU
SpeeTafsleTwhite' IC tO 25C
Austrian Chin a for ' *
Hand Painting Now Go- WHERE EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY
.' ng °" , 215 Market St. Opp. Court House
PETTY CRIMES COMMITTED
BECAUSE LACK OF WORK
Mr. Krasovic, Tenant on Kelker Farm,
' Is Relieved of Smoked Bacon, Hens
and Indian Corn to Value of About
A sequel to the lack of work by resi
dents of the borough is coming to the
surface daily in various petty crimes,
some of which are out of the ordinary
Of the ordinary petty crimes that of
larceny is the most common aad ap
pears to be committed in the borough
and vicinity mostly for the purpose of
securing food of various descriptions.
A successful case of larceny was repo-t
--ed late yesterday when it become
known that thieves had operated on the
Kelker farm, near the borough reser
voir, Tuesday night and had relieved
the tenant, a man named Krasovic, of
six fat hens, a quantity of smoked
bacon, together with a quantity of In
dian corn, the total loss amounting to
An ingenuous plan to avoid the pay
ment of rent was revealed yesterday
when Ilia Jova and Sava Padonovic
were arrested by Constaible Gibb on a
iorcible detainer charge and in default
of bail were committed to jail for a
hearing before Squire Gardner.
The two men had moved into a house
located at 507 South Third street, with
iJieir belongings, unknown to the own
er and were making their residence
there. The property is owned by Jo
seph Claster, of Harrisburg. Their ex
cuse when taken before the squire was
that they had no money and no place
Two other foreigners are now in
jail awaiting their appearance before
the court on the same charge as Jovie
and Padonovic for alleged illegal pos
session of a house at 771 South Third
street, oivned by Christian Hess.
Miss Marie Wiseman, the visiting
nurse employed by the Steelton Civic
Club, will be in her offices from 8 a. m.
to 9 a. in., from 12.30 p. in. to 1.30
Palace Theatre's Offerings
Palace Theatre, the Home of
Program, Thursday evening, March 4.
Renfax Talking Pictures.
Come Kiss Your Baby.
California and You.
My Gal Irene.
They Don't Hesitate.
A Show of Great Merit at the
Standard Theatre To-night
The Trapper's Revenge. 2-reol special.
The Mayor's Secretary. Featuring Miss
Alice Joyce. Last of series. Kalem.
The Beloved Adventurer. Fifteenth
anil last episode, .aibiiv
Hearst-Selig News Pictorial.
The Black Signal. Essanay.
REAL ESTATE FOB RENT.
FOR RENT —Houses with all Inmprove
ments, on S. Kourth St.. Steelton. No
JlB, $12.00; No. 32:'. $11.00; Nos. 353 and
855. $9.00 per month. Apply sl6 &
Fourth St., Steelton.
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HARRISBtTRG THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 4, 1915.
SSOO LOSS TO WEST SIDE
PROPERTY BYNOON BLAZE
Overheated Chimney Supposed to Have
Started Blaze Which Burned Roof
Off a Double Dwelling 'Late This
A blaze, supposed to have started
from an overheated chimney, burned
the roof off a double dwelling house
located on Franklin street, shortly after
11 o'clock this morning, and inflicted
a loss estimated at SSOO. The building
is owned, by J. B. Reist and sou, Har
risburg, and is occupied by the follow
ing tenants: George Crevar,3o7 Frank
lin street, and a family named Shippiey
I at 305.
[ The alarm sounded at 1 l.lO'o'clock
i from box 52, located at Main am)
! Francis streets, and the firemen worked
; bravely for one-half hour before the
flames were conquered. Although the
flames did not get into the living parts
of the dwelling there was considerable
done to the furniture by water,
smoke pud chemicals.
J. A. MwCurdy, Third aud Locust
streete, made a business trip to Gettys
-1 burg to-day.
Mrs. Wwartz Knepp, North East, was
i entertained by friends in the borough
Mrs. Ward Hummel, Hummelstown,
| was the guest yesterday of Mrs. L. B.
Heile, South Front street.
George Levan, Jr., is spending sev-.
era>l days as the guest of friends in
E. Vv Johnson, who recently resign
ed his position at the steel plant stop
ped in the borough yesterday while on
his way from New York to Pittsburgh.
Palace Theatre's Offerings
The immense popularity of the Ren
fax talking pictures will be easily up
held Thursday evening, March 4, at the
Palace Theatre, when a brand new pro
gram will be given the patrons, ns an
nounced elsewhere. A feature of the
show will be "My Gal Irene," a vil
lage queen, full of life und ginger.
1 Watch her antics in musical motion
Hearst-Selig News Pictorial
I The features of this section of the
program announced by the Standard
Theatre this evening will be scenes of
the devastation wrought by the earth
quake in Italy when 88,000 persons
were killed and injured. Dynamiting
the international bridge across the St.
Croix river by Captain Werner Van-
Horn and the spectacular raid of the
German Zeppelins over England.—
! Buried Their Infant Daughter
i Martha, the infant daughter of Mr.
I aud Mrs. H. D. Ney, who died Tues
day evening at 5.30 o'clock was buried
in the Churchvillc cemetery yesterday
afternoon at 2 p 'clock.
Died of Diphtheria
I A young son of Mr. and Mrs. Yonko
Furjanic died early this moitiinig of
diphtheria, at the home of his jwrents,
701 South Second street. Interment
will be made to-morrow morning at 9
o'clock in Mt. Calvary cemetery. j
! ENTERTAINED FOR SISTER
Mrs. Martha Hurst at Home in Brcsslei'
Mrs. .Martha Hurst entertained .a
Mrs. Mratha Hurst entertained a
number of friends at her home, Bres
sjer, Saturday evening, in honor of her
sister, Mrs. Margaret Critchley, whoso
birthday anniversary occurred oh that
day. After spending a social evening
with indoor games and music, refresh
ments were served to the following per
Mervin Crowel and Ralph Crowel, of
Lemoyne; Mr. and Mrs. Mochanier, Miss
Alice Wagner and Mrs. Margaret
Critchley, of Harrisburg; Miss Verna
Stone, of Knola; Samuel Kunhert, ot'
Enliaut: Miss Hnttie Fowler and Miss
Sylvia Bogar, of Steelton; Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Steadman, of Middletown; Mr.
and Mrs. Herman and sons, Carvl and
Marion; Harry Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs.
William Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Still
and daughter, Catherine; Mrs. Martha
Buret rnid son, Roy, of Bressler.
HOSTS AT BIRTHDAY PARTY
Mr and Mrs. John Diegel Entertained
ill - , and Mrs. John Diegel enter
tained a number of young folks at a
birthday party at their home, 352 Bes
semer street, Tuesday evening in honor
of their daughter. The room was beau
tifully decorated with pink and white
paper and cut flowers. Games and mu
sic served to entertain, after which re
freshments wer served to the following
Misses Helen Capello, Myrtle l>iegle,
Stu'illa Capello Nora Mohler and Anna
Smeltzer, Roy Bloser, Jo.hu Kolhass,
Frank Troup, Bruce Householder, Mrs.
Mohler, Mrs. Frysinger, Mr. ami Mrs.
Householder and son, Leroy; Miss Win
nan, Mr. Major and Mr. aiid Mrs. John
Two car loads of poles have arrived
in the borough to be used by the Har
risburg Light Company in changing the
present system of street lightning as
per plans adopted at a recent meeting
of council. The work of planting the
new poles will soon be started.
The Consistory of the First Reform
ed church hold a business meeting
this evening at S o'clock.
Charged with violating the com
pulsory attendance laws by keeping
children out of school, John Kocir, 104
Frederick street, and Sava Savis, 161
Christian street, were arrested yester
day by Detective Durn.baugh. Both men
will 'be heard to-night by Squire Gard
Steelton Lodgp, 411, Knights of
Pythias, will confer the first degree
upon a class of candidates at its meet
Steelton Lodge, IS4, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, will initiate a
number of candidates into the myster
ies of the order to-morrow night.
Mrs. Robtrt Hoerner, 621 North
Front street, has twelve fine crocus
plants in full bloom in the side yard at
Funeral of James A. Rothrock
Funeral services for James A. Roth
rock, who died suddenly at his homo in
Highspire yesterday morning, will be
held in the Highspire Church of God,
Sunday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. The
Rev. H. F. Rhoad, pastor of the High
spire United Brethren church, will of
ficiate and interment will be made at
Died of Complications
An infant child of John Becic died
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at the
Oaoee and Remove It
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub
stitute for calomel, act gently on the
bowels and positively do the work.
People afflicted witli bad breath find
quick relief through Dr. Edwards' Olive
Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-coated
tablets are taken for bad breath by all
who know them.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gent
ly but firmly on the bowels and liver,
stimulating them to natural action,
clearing the blood and gently purifying
the entire system.
They do that which dangerous calo
mel does without any of the bad after
All the benefits of nasty, sickening,
griping cathartics are derived from Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets without griping,
pain or disagreeable effects of any kind.
Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the
formula after seventeen years of prac
tice among patients afflicted with bowel
and liver complaint with the attendant
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are purely
a vegetable compound mixed with olive
oil, you will know them by their olive
Take one or two every night for a
week and note the effect. 10c and 25c
per box. All druggists.
The Olive Tablet 'Company, Colum
at the home of its parents, 613 South
Second street, last evening of compli
cations. Funeral services will be held
Saturday morning at St. Mary's
CathoHjc church at 9 o'clock and inter
ment will be made in Mt. CaTvary ceme
Mrs. Lavina Brandt Buried
The body of Mrs. Lavina Brandt was
taken to S'ewville yesterday morning
where buriaf took place in the Prospect
Hill cemetery. The Rev. G. N. Lauffe/, !
of St. John's Lutheran church, had
charge of the service. Funeral services
were held in the borough on Tuesday
WILL TRY TO STOP TRUANCY
School Board Officials Will Prosecute—
First Suit Against a Father
Officials of the Ilarrisburg School
Board are preparing a vigorous cam
paign against truants in Ilarrisburg and
will prosecute wherever it seems neces
sary, other methods of getting the boys
and some of the girls back in school by
means of personal visits to the homes
by the two truant officers not proving
This school session seems to be worse
for truants than any other for years,
and notwithstanding a second truant
officer has been appointed, Daniel T.
Fackler former instructor in the deten
tion school, truancy has increased.
School Board officials believe it is the
result of the detention school being
George Ramsey, 1310 y s James street,
charged with Violating the compulsory
education law, was given a hearing be
fore Alderman Caveny late this after
noon. it is alleged that he did not send
his 14 vear-old son, Guy,- to school reg
ularly. In this case the father is pros
ecuted. but where the parent cannot
control the child, suit will be brought
against the latter.
May Be Obtained by the Use of
Stuart's Calcium Wafers, the
Greatest of All Blood
No need for anyone to go about any
longer with a face covered with pim
ples, blotches, eruptions, blackheads
and liver spots. These are a\l due to
impurities in the Blood. Cleanse the
blood thoroughly and the blemishes
"Stuart's Calcium Wafers will give
you an excellent skin color and re
move all facial eruptions."
That's what Stuart's~"Calcium Wafers
are interfded to accomplish and do ac
complish. Their principal ingredient is
Calcium Sulphide, the quickest and
most thorough blood cleanser known.
These wonderful little wafers get
right into the blood and destroy erup
tive substances present in it. In some
cases a few days are sufficient to make
marked improvement. And when the
blood is pure the whole, system is a
hundred per cent, better.
Go to any drug store and get a 50-
cent box of Stuart's Calcium Wafers.
Get them to-day.
Don't fret any longer about those
blackheads, pimples, boils, tetter, ec
zema spots or skin eruptions; they all
go anil "go quick" if you use Stuart's
Calcium Wafers. A small sample pack
age mailed free by sending coupon
Free Trial Coupon
F. A. Stuart Co., 175 Stuart Bldg.,
Marshall, Mich., send me at once,
'by return mail, a free trial pack
age of Stuart's Calcium Wafers.
PUNS TO KEEP TABS ON.
FINES PAID BY AUTOISIS
Stats Highway Commission Proposes to
Check Up the Records to See If
Any Justices or Constables Have
Pocketed Moneys Collected,
Justices of the peace and others em
powered to impose fines on violators of
the laws regulating the operating of au
tomobiles in Pennsylvania will be called
upon by the State Highway Department
to report the number of offenders they
have subjected to fine and the amount
of fines they have collected, it was
learned to-day. The intention is to pub
lish the information in the Pennsyl
vania Highway News, the bulletin of
the Department, so that it will be made
public how many offenders there were,
how much in the way of fines waa col
lected from and, what is very
much to the point, whether, as is
charged, any justices have been collect
ing the fines and either pocketing them
or dividing them with constables.
Automobile owners throughout the
State have been bitter in their com
plaints that justices in certain sections
have held them up without cause and
without reason and exacted fines from
them, which they were compelled to
pay and which they did pay rather than
be delayed on tlieir journey in taking
the case to court on an appeal and be
subjected to many annoyances.
It is charged that in some townships
throughout the State the justices and
constables are in collusion and set traps
for and make arrests of automobile
owners for the express purpose oi im
posing fines, and that in many instances
the proof is furnished by the constable,
who divides the ijne, and the automobile
owner who is arrested is denied per
mission to make a defense, the con
stable's word being suflicient. In some
townships where justices have made
no returns of such fines imposed it is
proposed to get after them and not onlv
make them disgorge but endeavor to
have them punished.
Automobile associations have been
gathering statistics along a number of
State routes of the number reported as
haying been fined, and have made com
plaint to the State Highway Commis
sioner. It is now intended to* obtain all
of the data regarding arrests and fines
as far as possible with a view to com
paring the figures with those gathered
by the automobile association and clubs,
the object being to put a stop to the
alleged crooked work of some justices
STATE CAN PAY FOR MEALS
Jackson Advised He Has Right to Make
Allowances to Inspectors
.Tolin Price Jackson, Commissioner of
Labor anil Industry, recently asked the
Attorney General's Department for an
opinion as to whether the Commission
er has the authority to allow for the
payment by the department of meals
"taken by inspectors other than at their
places of residence, the request being
accompanied by the statement that the
value of the time consumed by the in
spectors in going to their own resi
| dence for meals is greater than the
price of the meals.
Deputy Attorney General llargest,
after quoting the law allowing for the
traveling expenses of "inspectors, to-day
notified Commissioner Jack that "if it
adds to the efficiency of your depart
| ment to allow inspectors the price of
| their meals, which are eaten elsewhere
than at their own residences, lam of
| opinion that you have the authority to
I make such allowances."
EXPLOSION'ON TANK STEAMER
One Member of Tiflis Crew Killed—Six
Others Severely Burned
By Associated Press,
Alicante, Spain, via London, March
4y 10.40 A. M.—An explosion of pet
roleum yesterday under the forecastle
of the Belgian tank steamer Tiflis, from
New York, caused the death of one
member of the crew while six others
were severely burned. The tire spread
so rapidly that port authorities aband
oned hope of extinguishing the flames
and devoted their energies to prevent
ing them from spreading to other ships
in the harbor.
A message has been sent to Carthage
asking that a warship be dispatched to
sink the Tiflis and thus avert peril to
The Tiflis, a tanker of 1,545 tons,
sailed from New York February 10, for
COMMERCIAL MEN TO MEET
Harrisburg to Be Host to Chamber of
Forty members of the Pennsylvania
Commercial Secretaries Association
will gather in llarrisburg to-morrow for
the annual meeting. Invitations have
been sent to secretaries of all Boards of
Trade »n<l Chambers of Commerce in
Pennsylvania by E. L. McColgin, of the
The meeting will last for two days
and will likely be held in the offices of
the Harrisburg Chamber of Commerce
in the Kunkel building.
Belgian Belief Steamer Floated
Norfolk, Va., March 4.—The Belgian
relief steamer St. Helena, which went
ashore Tnesda.v night off Currituck, N.
C. t was floated last night. The vessel
apparently was not damaged and re*"
Burned her voyage from Charleston to
Rotterdam via Norfolk.
Berlin Theatres to Close April t
Berlin, 'March 3, via Amsterdam to
Loudon, March 4, 4.55 A. M.—The
"Vossiche Zeitung" says it learns that
the government has decide*! to close all
the Berlin theatres from April 1. Pro
tests from several quarters already have
been lodged. —,
Philadelphia Division—ll2 crew to
gb first after 3.30 p .m.: 111, 134,
131, 117, 133, 113, 102, 104, 109,
120 124, 122, 128.
Lngineers for 103, 109, 124, 131.
Fireman for 112.
Conductors for 117.
Flagmen for 102, 106, 131.
Brakemen for 102, 113, 131.
Be up to date. Save all the
drudgery and trouble
and don't hard-rub nor boil
It's quicker as well as easier
to do all your work the Fels-J
Naptha way. I
Fela k Co., Philadelohl*. I
Engineers up: Manley, Smith, Davis,
Sellers, Smith, Welsh, Dennison, Geeaey,
Tenrant Statler, Crisswcll, Hindman,
Downs, First, Keuuedy, Hennecke, Seltz,
Bruimer, Young, Grass.
Firemen up: Sees, Huston. Weaver,
Krelder, Collier, Dunlevy, MeCurdy,
Robinson, Madenfort, Gelsinger, Bren
ner, Everliart, Me-Neal, Khoads, Gil berg,
Copeland, Bloicli, Horstick, Chronister,
' Flagmen up: Harvey, Harris, Wit
Brakemen up: Malseed, Cos, Busser,
Shultzberger, Allen, Deich, Felker, Cole
Middle Division—2;'» crew to go
first after 1.45 p. m.: 18, 24, 20, 2ti,
21,. 25, 22, 19.
Engineers for 18, 19.
Conductor for 19.
l'Hagman for 18.
Brakeman for 22.
Engineers up: Bennett, Simonton,
Moore, Smith, Muinma, Free, Kugler,
Firemen up: Lieban, Fritz, Potteiger,
Seagrist, Cox, Sheesley Stouffer, Gross,
Karstetter, Fletcher, Zeiders, Arnold.
Conductors up: Patrick, Baskins,
Eberle, Paul, Fralick.
Flagmen up: Smith, Frank, Jacobs.
Brakemen up: Lauver, Troy, Holler,
Kipp, Kane, Myers, Werner, Fritz,
Kohli, Baker, Mavlin, Spahr, Stahl,
"Wenrick, McHenry, Reese, Bolan.
Philadelphia Division—2l7 crew to
go first after 3.45 p. in.: 215, 222, 219,
234, 204, 233, 203, 205.
Engineers for 215, 203.
Conductor for 205.
Brakeman for 203, 219, 229, 233.
Conductors up: Steinouer, Pennell,
Flickinger, Uundle, Dewees, Stauffer,
Walton, Keller, Shirk, Lo^au.
Flagmen up: Corrigan, Snyder,
Brakemen up: Rice, Summ.v, Stime
ling, Decker, Campbell, Weist, Myers,
Vandling, Knight, Wertz, McPheargon,
HhalTiier, Waltmau, Tvvigy, Shuler.
Middle Division—lll crew to go
after 3.15 p. m.: 113, 112, 105, 118,
103; 109, 117, 115, 120.
Firemen for 112, 115.
Conductor for 111.
Yard Crews —Engineers up: Hoyler,
Beck, Barter, Biever, Blosser, Ilouscr,
Meals, Stahl, Swab, Crist, Harvey,
Saltsinan, Snyder, I'eltou, Shaver, Kulin-
Firemen up: Crow, Revie, Ulsh,
Bostdorf, Schieffer, Ranch, Weigle,
Lackey, Cookerly, Maeyer, Sholtcr,
Snell, Bartolet, Getty, Barkey, Sheets,
Bair, Eyde, Boyle, Shipley.
Engineers for 30C, 130, 1270.
Firemen for 1869, 1816, 1 S3l, 130,
JiS5, 2393, 1368.
P., H. and P.—After 2.4 5 p. m.: :'4,
16, 7, 23, 21, 8, 6, 9, 10, 14, 15.
Eastbound—After 2.45 p. m.: 65,
Everything Needed for Chickens
Since moving into our new building we are handling Poultry Supplies
on a more extensive scale than ever. We doubt if there is a thing in this
line that you will want that we do not carry in stock. You can save
time and money by coming direct to us for
rz I HIGHEST QUALITY
Ci Mw i Too many
Oian chicks are lost OF PUREST FEEDS
JKlglll trouble. Shells, Beef Scraps,
Feed your chicks nutritious Charcoal, Grit, Scratch
Milk Substitute and save them. , ™, . . _ , ✓
i and Chick Fseds.
" Mammoth Ckick" MUk Mash INCUBATORS
will do the work. Try a
■ bat from your dealer or BrOOderS
VVXik} Write us.
Stiukr- Don't take Feed Hoppers
fl chick chances
r/S* Water Fountains
Agents Nest Eggs
in Har- &B
X risburg. Chicken Remedies
HOLMES SEED CO.
106 and 108 S. Second St.—Two Doors from Chestnut
Open Saturday Evenings
64. 58, 53, 57, 56, 59, 52. 63.
Conductor up: Orris.
Sweeley, Pletz, Fortney, Sassman,
! land, I.ape, Wireman,
' Morne, Tipton, Morrison,
Firemen up: Miller. Rumbaugh,
| Sneeder, Beadier, Anders,
> Sullivan, Anspach, Bowers, Nye,
I ton, Chronister, Brown, Kelly,
Brakemen up: Machmer,
1 Hcekman, Miller, Grimes, Fleagle,
I ton, Gardener, Hover, Smith, Wa
| Milmni:i, Hartz, Troy, Zawaski,
I Taylor, Duncan, I'a.jo.
Watch Your Children
Often children do not let parents
they are constipated. They fear
thing distasteful. They will like
Orderlies—a mild laxative that
like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cen^^^H
George A. Gor gas
What We Say It Is, Itl^K
jYour Father's I
You valued it ahoAeM
all vour possession, llcl
carried it for years audi
it gave you good seVvica®
And your son will
(equally as proud
watch if it is an
made to Keep- time
reputation for doing
—hut are made
now than it was
to make watches in
father's day. H
Step into Diener's to-dav
examine these watches. One
these movements in a Solid
Case will be a legacy your
will cherish because of the so
it yives as well as for reasons
408 Market Street ■