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Witmer, Bair & Witmer Witmer, Bair ft Witmer
Our Greatest of All Suit and Coat
Sale Started Last Saturday
(which was a record-breaker, —The biggest day of
Will Be Continued All Week
300 Suits—39o Coats—at Mid-Sea
•This is the last time this season that the stocks will he as complete.
EVERY WOMAN AND GIRL MUST HAVE A SUIT OR COAT to
meet the Spring ami Slimmer weather change®—3o SAMPLE -SUITS.
Priestley's cravenetted tweed Golfine coats, white and all
suits, unlined belted jacket, plain shades,
skirt. Very special, •'•512.50 $lO, $11.30, $1«.75 and $16.75
v- , l. . , _j i i, .lap. silk dresses in black and
suUs WitrXd colotd and " hiU> ' Very special, ..-$6.50
smoke pearl button and buckle Wash skirts, rice cloth, ratine,
trimmings; J15.75 value, pique, golfine and serge,
$15.00 ®sc to $0.50
Norfolk suit in brown and white Wash dress for practical wear,
and black and white mixture, very and for dress occasions. Palm
smart serviceable suits. $18.75 each cloth, linen, lace cloth, voiles
About ten chic styles in navy V<, „ V*' i '
serge and poplin also shepherd $».50 $11.30, ~ 1,1. t0 SVo.OO
checks with contrasting trimmings, EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS
some copies of very high priced House dre9s , e; from 16 to 56i
models. $18.50, 518..5 and $19.«3 SI.OO to $2.50 values.
Silk suits, all new shades and '—KJL i. ©•< Kfk
models. $2(1.30 and $27.50 '"V TO
Sample suits of the very best Messaline petticoats, $2.00 val
tailoring and designs, all colors, ues, qci
and sizes, from 1-3 to *4 below the
original prices. One piece serge dresses, navy,
Palm Beach suits, sport ...odels blaek-and sand, »6 a 0 to Jlo^.a
for practical summer wear. values, now $2.90 to $ 4 .50
$13.50 \bout 75 waists in lawn and
Plain blue and noveltv check voile ' 51 00 va,u £'
coats $5.00 50c arid
Blue, black, covert and tweed Four styles of silk crepe de chine
coats, all stvles. waists in all desirable shades,
$9.50, SIO.OO and $11.50 $1.95
Witmer, Bair & Witmer
202 WALNUT STREET
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
BIG CHORUS WILL PRESENT
'SAMSON' THURSDAY NIGHT
More Than Two Hundred Singers Will
Participate in the Twentieth An
nual Concert of the Harrisburg
Among the active members of the
Harrisburg Choral Society who will!
sing on Thursday night in the twen j
tieth annual concert are many persons \
prominent in the music life of the city.,
Instructors will sing side by side with
their pupils and members of the chor- j
us. Among the singers will be:
Miss Cora Adams. Miss Anna Ar .
ment, Mrs W. E. Bachman, Miss |
Minnie E. Bailey, Miss Elizabeth S.
Baker, Miss Ethel K. Baldwin. Mrs.
Ethel Batelv, Miss Helen M. Benne
thum. Mrs. John Bethel. Miss Mary
J. Bingham. Mrs. Ada C. Bowman, t
Miss Lisle E. Brandt, Mrs. Katherine
Brown, Miss Emllv M. Carr, Miss Elsie
rlendenin, Mrs. Roy G. Cox. Mrs. F. A.
Cushman, Miss Jennie E. Dase. Mrs.
W. H. Deal. Miss Grace Deal. Mrs. E.
J. Decevee, Miss Hannah Clapp Durbin. :
Miss Carrie H. Dwyer, Mrs. Frank Ebv,
Miss Myra C. Ebv, Miss Carrie L Fair- i
les. Miss Blanche Fleisher. Miss Mary
Fleisher, Miss Marguerite E. Freed,
Miss Sara H. Freiberger, Mrs. Farley
Gannett, Miss Mildred A. Garman,
Miss Bertha M. Gingher. Mrs. O. E.
Good, Mrs. E. ,T. Hardy, Miss Olive ;
B. Hall, Mrs. Wilbur F. Harris, Mrs. :
Carl Heefner, Mrs. E. X. Hershey. i
Mrs. G. M. Hoffman, Miss Gertrude !
M. Hoffman. Miss Edna B. Hoover.;
Miss Ethel Horner. Miss Bessie Hu-1 i
lier. Miss Beatrice M. Hummel, Miss
Charlotte Von B. Irwin, Mrs. Frank
B. Kann. Mrs. P. X. Kasson, Mrs. W. j
A. Kiester, Miss Edna Kimmell, Miss j
<'. Romaine King, Miss Katherine L. |
Kling, Miss Carrie B. Lawrence, I
Mrs. Frank Lehman, Miss Annie Sta
cy Long, Miss Susan B. Long, Miss
Lusk. Mrs. B. F. McClellau,
Miss Helen McFarland, Mrs. George
Maddux, Miss Sylvia Matbias, Mrs.
Emily E. Miller. Mrs. H. O. Miller, j
Miss Maude Miller. Mrs. Rebecca A. j
Miller, Miss Sara E. Miller, Mrs. S |
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Iron for the blood
Quinine for the system
Strychnine for the nerves ,
Iron, Quinine and Stryehnine f i
is widely recommended by the (I
medical profession. >
Counteracts malaria, builds i J
strength and health.
50f and SI.OO
GORGAS' DRUG STORES j;
16 N. Third St.
|B. Mingle, Miss Matilda Moeller, Miss
| Anna E. Xauss, Miss Mary E. Neeter,
' Miss Ruth F. Parthemore, Miss Bertha
G. Pentz, Mrs. John E. Preston, Miss
| Elizabeth K.'Pretz. Mrs. J. S. Reel,
! Miss Mellie L Reigle, Miss Jane K.
! Rot he, Mrs. I>. S. Seitz. Mrs. Frank V.
Sellers. Mrs. E. O. Shaffner, Miss Elea
, nor Shoaff, Miss Kathryn Silver. Miss
Delia M. Simonetti. Mrs. Frank L.
Smiley, Miss Bessie I. Smith, Mrs.
Clement G. Smith, Mrs. Mary C. Smith,
Miss Alice Spickler, Mrs. J. Harry
Steele, Mrs. James Irvin Steele, Miss
Olivia Stengle, Miss Mary R. Turner.
Mrs. John \ aughn, Miss Marjorie Wall,
I Miss Ruth M. Walzer, Mrs. J. e!
Watson. Mrs. Carrie B. Wheeler, Mrs.
Mary E. Whittfomb, Mrs. C. D. WhIT
; ney. Mrs. Margaret Wierman, Miss
Gertrude M. Wiesman, Miss Alice Wolf,
i Mrs. I. E. Wolf. Miss Ella t5. Yost. |
Miss M. Blanche Yowler. Miss Mary C.
I Miss Xorma A. Barker. Miss Lillian '
IP. Bennethum. Miss A. Mabel Blake,!
IMiss Gertrude Bolton. Miss Helen F.'
Bratten. Mrs. W. R. Brown. Miss Es
telle Butler. Miss Xancv E. Canan Miss)
\ lolerte E. Cassel, Miss Sara E.
Ohayne. Miss Ruth S. Conkiing, Mrs. I
W C. Consylmau. Miss Jane Cook, Miss'
Alice K. Decevee. Dr. Ruth A. Deeter.!
Mrs. John Essig, Miss Florence C. Fin-!
ger. Miss Martha E. Fleming. 'Miss J.
Bianche Gingrich. Mrs. J. E. Ginple,
Mrs. Martha Hager, Mrs. J. C. Harvev,
■Miss Florence Heller. Miss Ethel Henry, j
IMiss Minerva S. Hepford. Miss Ruth •
M. Hoover, Mrs. C. H. Hunter. Mrs. i
Robert D. Jenkins, Mrs. C. R. Jones.
Miss Susan Kurzenkna>be. Miss Ida Z. j
Long, Miss Adelaide F. Lusk, Mrs. Wil- 1
liam R. i.Mo< ord. Miss Edna F. Mann,
Mrs. F. L. Meek. Miss Belle Middaugh.j
Mrs. John J. Moffitt. Mrs. E. S. Xiss
; ley, 'Miss (Martha J. Ogelsby. Miss Vera I
Peiffer, Miss Lillian Quiglev, Miss 1
. Alice L. Rollison. Miss Margaret Smith.'
Mrs. S. G. Stauffer. Mis* Margaret E.J
Turner. Miss Mary Wafourn, Mrs. Wil-1
ham M. Worcester. Miss Elizabeth ■
[ Workman. Mrs. Isaac B. Yost.
Prof. Sherman A. Allen. Dr. Bvron !
!S. Behnev, Ashmer M. Bl?ke, Harvev!
A. Bover. H. M. Bretz, William E. 1
Bretz. Charles F. Clippinger, William '
Dickinson. David Iteming. Frank E.
I Fornwalt, Jerome IM. Hamilton, W. L.
High, M. D. H. O. Miller.
Paul D. Miller, William F. Paul, Prof!
Edward G. Rose, J. W. Sprenkle.
Ralph E. Steever, Edgar B. Stoner.'
H. E. Trostle. J. W. Troup. John Fox
Si?, 1 *"- H - C - Xevin M. Wertz.
William F. S. Yates, C. W. E. Yoder.
I Lewis H. Zarker.
R. Boone Abbott. Harrv Baker, John
Bethel, Daniei Burkholder, Edmund
M- Deeter. J. X. Deeter, Jr., Claude R.
I f-ngle, James I. Hamaker, Harry D.
Hammond. A. W. Hartman, J. I. Heller
man, Dr. E. H. James, Arthur E. Jegries, i
\\ llliam H. Kautz, H. A. Kelker, Jr.,
Ralph B. Manley, Dr. George R. Mof
fitt, Dr. John J. Moffitt, Bruce R.
Mo wry, Jacob W. Xeidhamer, Stanley
Lawrence W. Reily, Gumev
B. Ruby, David M. Rupp, S. D. Sansoni.
forest E. Schwartz, Charles A. Seifert,
James A. Shcpe. Clair A. Snell, F. E
Stephenson, Henry W. Stewart. A. Carl
Swope. Ross H. Swope, Gwilvm Watkins
and W. J. Whitmoyer.
Patronesses for Benefit
frizes will be awarded again this
year for the best cared for babies on
the list of the Pure Milk Society of I
Harrisburg, in accordance with the'plan ;
inaugurated last summer.
Announcement to this effect was
made at the meeting held several days
ago, when plans for the benefit picture
talk by Albert Keisey next Friday
evening, were completed. The proceeds
of the affair will be devoted to the so
ciety's baby fund list. The list of
patronesses includes the following:
Mrs. William M. Donaldson, Mrs.
Levi Alricks, John T. Olmsted, Dr.
John F. Gulp, Andrew 8. MeCreath,
Mrs. James Brady, Mrs. J. Austin
Brandt, Mrs. James F. Bullitt, Miss
Mary Cameron, Mrs. Frank D. Carnev.
Mrs. Roy P. M. Davis, Mrs. Walley Da
vis. Miss Jennie Dull, Mrs. Thomas
Karl, Mr«. Robert G. Goldsborough,
Mrs.-William Pearson, Mrs. William B.
McCaleb, Mrs. Frank Payne, Mrs. E.
Z. Wallower, Miss Mary Robinson, Mrs.
John E. Fox, Mrs. William B. Ham
mond, Mrs. Charles W. Hardt, Mrs.
William Keynders, Mrs. Edwin S. Her
man, Mrs. Robert H. Irons, the Misses
Pearson, Mrs J. V. W. Revnders, Mrs.
James >H. Darlington, the Jlissei Seller.
Mrs. W. O. Hickok, Mrs. W. Spry Hur
lock, Mrs. A. J. Herr. Mrs. W. T. Hild
rup. Mrs. Neil E. Salsich, Mrs. Paul
G. Smith, Miss Mary Emily Reilv, Mrs.
Philip T. Meredith, Mrs. Charges A.
Kunkel, Mrs. A. G. Knisely, Mrs. W. O.
Hickok. 111, Mrs. Mercer B. Tate. Mrs.
Benjamin Btrouse, Mrs. Marlin E. Olm
sted. Mrs. John Fox Weiss, Mrs. W.
Frank Witman, Mis. J. Ralph Woods,
William B. Wright, Miss Anne McCor
mick, Mrs. Carl B. Ely, Mrs. Joseph
Shearer, Mrs. Ross A. Hickok, Mrs. Ly
man I). Gilbert, Mrs. Horace M. Wit
man. Mrs. Anna Bacon. Mrs. Francis
Jordan llall. Mrs. Spencer C. Gilbert,
Mrs. Robert A. Lamberton, Mrs. George
D. Ramsay, Mrs. J. Allan- Donaldson,
Mrs. John Campbell and Mrs. H. R.
HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY
WILL HOLD ANNUAL MEETING
Stevens Memorial Church Will Be
Scene of Interesting Meeting Wed-1
iiesdsy and Thursday—More Than
One Hundred and Fifty Visitors
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Home Missionary Society of the Har
risburg District will be held in the
Stevens Memorial Methodist Episcopal
church, Thirteenth and Vernon streets,
Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
About one hundred and fifty out-of
town delegates will attend. All the
sessions will be open to the public. The
first meeting, Wednesday at 2 p. m.,
will be full of interest to all church
folk. The big mass meeting of mis
sionary workers will be held Wednesday
evening at 7.i>o o'clock, Miss Emma
Trescott, superintendent of the Anthra
cite Slavic Mission Home, HazletOn.
Pa., will be the speaker of the evening.
On Thursday morning at 9.30 o'clock
the third session will open with a de
votional service led by Mrs. George F.
Boggs, of Waynesboro. The noontide
prayer bv L\liss Sarah E. Mardorf will
close the morning meeting. Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock will be held the
memorial devotional service. The an
nual meeting will close late in the aft
ernoon with the roll call of the district
Queen Esther Circles. The following are
the district officers that will be in
charge of the two days' meeting: .
Mrs. A. W. Black, 'Harrisburg, presi
dent: Mrs. John S. ©ursk,
responding secretary-treasurer; Miss
Elizabeth McSherry, York, recording
secretary: Mrs. Clayton Albert Smuck
er, Harrisburg, first'vice president; Mrs.
Morris E. Swartz, York, second vice
president; Mrs. John F. Mohler, Car-,
lisle, third vice president.
SPRING MUSIC FESTIVAL
Will Be Given Under Auspices of
Ralph E. Boswell's Sunday
A Spring Music Festival will be
given to-morrow night in the B. F.
Stevens Memorial church under the
auspices of the Ralph E. Boswell Sun
day school class. The following pro
gram will be rendered:
Part I—Organ selection, offertoire,
Wely, Miss Kravbill; victrola, Torza
del Destino, (Swear in This Hour),
Enrico Caruso-Antonio Scotti; reading,
Robert of Sicily, Longfellow, Mrs.
Fogg; violin solo, Hejre Rati, Hubay,
Miss Lemer; vocal solo. Polly and I,
Wakefield, Mr. Watkins; victrola, The
Rosary, (Xevin), English, Sehuniann-
Part 2—Organ selection (a) Pre
lude and Fugue in C minor, Bach; (b)
Cantilene Pastorale. Guilmant, Miss
Kravbill; victrola, Lullabv from Joce-
Ivn, (violin obligato by Fritz Kreis
ler), John McCormack: reading group
of dialects, (a) Visiting the School,
Foster; (b) The Palace 'o the King,
Williams; (c) The Colored Lochinvar,
Grillev, Mrs. Fogg; vocal solo. Down
in the Deep, Petrie, Mr. Watkins;
violin solo, (a) Intermezzo, "Jewels
of the Madonna," Wolf-Ferrari; (tb)
Orientale, Cesar Cui; (c) Mazorka,
Mlynnarski, Mies Lemer; victrola,
Lucia, Sextette, (What Restrains Me);
Sembric, Caruso, Scotti, Journet; Sev
PARTY FOR 11-TEAR OLD
Miss Abigail Woutersz Entertained a
Number of Little Friends at Her
Home Saturday Afternoon
Miss Abigail Woutersz entertained
a number of little friends at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Woutersz, 433 Boas street, Saturday
afternoon, in celebration of her lltli
The rooms were prettily decorated in
a color scheme of pink with roses, swe«t
peas and carnations carrying out the
decorations. The children enjoyed mu
sic, games and contests, after which a
•birthday luncheon was served.
Those present were Helen Kelley,
Emily Sites, Maxine Xorris, IMarv
Swartz, Margaret M. Dunn,- Marian
Reigle, Florence Davis, Isabelle Davis,
Genevieve Aaronson a nd Abigail
Mrs. Woutersz was assisted in qpter
taining by Mrs. Xellie Watts.
Guest of Mrs. Frank Bobbins, Jr.
Mrs. Frank A Bobbins, Jr., and
daughter, Elizabeth, have returned to
their home, 1517 Xorth Second street,
after a visit with the former's parents',
the Rev. and Mrs. Isaac M. Motter
Frederick, Md. Miss Ella Johnson, of
Frederick, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rob
bins at their home.
Will Occupy Greensburgh Home
Secretary of the Commonwealth
Woods, after occupying the Chamber
lin mansion on Xorth Front street,
during the winter, will on Friday re
move to his home in Greensb'urgh,
which has been in process of fitting up
for the home coming. Secretary and
Mrs. Woods have spent a delightful
winter in Harrisburg, and will return
here next winter,.
LAWYERS' PAPER BOOKS
Printed at this office in best style, at
lowest prices and on short notice.
News of Persons •
Who Come and Go
Mr«. M. Long and Miss Lillian
Davi» have gone to Altooua after a
visit with Mrs. J. Mason, 1348 Ver
J. Lewis and daughter, Miss Helen
Lewis, of York, are guests of ~MTS.
Willinm B. Cunningham, 310 Hummel
William MoKinney, 1353 Vernon
street, has returned from Greencastlo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Austin, Lan
caster, spent yesterday at the home
of Mr. and Mr*. W. S. Brieker, 305
South Seventeenth street.
Mrs. Howard Shultz, 216 Briggs
street, spent the week-end at a cot
tage near Middletown.
Mrs. Jane Fry and daughter, Mrs.
Margaret Groft, 1523 North Sixth
street, are visiting in Huntingdon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Skinner, 1i262
State street, speut the week-end in
Mian Johanna Reese, 1527 North
Sixth street, is the guest of friends in
Miss Louise Mclvor, 1727 North
i Sirth street, is visiting relatives in
Miss Jennie Mark and Mrs. Charles
Miller, of Millersburg, have returned
after a week-end visit with Mr. and
Mrs. P. F» Seltzer, 12-04 North Sixth
Mrs. C. E. Good, 1727 North Sixth
street, has returned from a visit to
Mrs. John H. Curry, 2210 North
Fifth street, has returned from a
week-end visit with Mre. T. G. Shelow,
Miss Helen Yocum, 1721 Green
street, has returned from a trip to
Miss Caroline Moffitt, Front and
Hamilton streets, arrived home on Sat
urday after a two weeks' visit in New
York and Philadelphia. In New York
Misw Moffitt was the guest of Mrs.
Gnorge Nash, formerly Miss Bertha
Whitman, of this city, and in Phila
delphia she visited Mrs. B. F. Under
Miss Grace Owen. 1513 North Sec
ond street, is spending several davs
Mrs. Charles Woehte, of Paxtang,
is visiting in Philadelphia.
Miss Elizabeth Campbell, of Scran
ton, who has been the guest of Miss
Mary Evans, 267 Sassafrass street,
left to-day for Shenandoah.
Mrs. Maurice Welsh returned to her
home in Philadelphia, after a visit
with her sisters, Mrs. C. J. Manning.
1519 North Sixth street, and Mrs. Ed
waivi Bolan, 1604 North Fourth street.
Mr. a-nd John McMahon and
son, John, Jr., 524 Camp street, are
home from a week's visit in Philadel
phia and Atlantic C-itv.
Mrs. John Burehfield, 546 Forest
street, who spent a week with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sterick, of
Liverpool, has returned home.
Elias Wagner, 1626 North Fifth
street, is spending the week-end, near
Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle and
sou, Harry, 1541 Susquehanna street,
spent the week-end in Philadelphia
with their son, James Doyle.
E. K. Ellis, 1212 Cowden street,
spent the week-end at Dellville.
Forrest Harvey, 1118 Green street,
was a visitor in Philadelphia on Sat
John Gamber, 1529 North Sixth
street, has returned from Philadelphia.
William M. Ewing, of Weatherlv,
who was the guest of G. W. Arm
priester, 602 Briggs street, for several
days, returned home yesterday.
Miss Margaret McMahon, who spent
a week in Philadelphia and Atlantic
City, has returned home, 1129 North
Mr. an-.i Mrs. William Ross, 1521
North Sixth street, have returned from
a week's visit at Atlantic City.
Mrs. Edward Bolan, 1604 North
Fourth street, has returned from a
visit to Strausburg.
C. harles L. \oder, of the University
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, is the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. E. V oder, 116 Herr street.
George Swope, of Pittsburgh, a for
mer resident of this city, is the guest
of his mother, Mrs. Emma Swope, 1935
North Second street.
Mrs. Mary Belle Cromie, 236 Wood'
bine street, has returned from a trip
to Philadelphia, Atlantic City and New
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Heneh, 235
Woodbine street, left to day for a visit
Mrs. John Hazen, 1905 Green street
has returned from a trip to Philadel
Miss Ora Ross, of Altoona, who was
the guest of Miss Verna Miller, 23 40
North Sixth street, returned home on
Mr. and Mrs. William Shuff, of Al
toona, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Har\ey Detra, 2556 Lexington street.
Mrs. Shuff is a past grand presiding
officer of the Pythian ladies.
Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Hoberts, of Mt.
Lnion, were the week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fields, 1416
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blake Bent,
107 State street, spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. John Jav, at Ard
Edward Goodwillie, of Pittsburgh,
was a week-end guest in the citv.
Miss Mary Jackson, 233 North Sec
ond street, spent the week-end with
relatives in Philadelphia.
William 81entz and daughter,
1500 Derry street, are home from Get
Newton Leeds, of Williamsport, W
Va., spent the week-end with his moth
er, Mrs. N. Leeds, 351 South Thir
Miss Clara Kreidler, 809 Capital
street, has returned from a week's visit
with Miss Elizabeth Fegley in Lancas
Mr. and Mu Walter P. Maguire,
Mr. and Mrs. Waller W. Davis and
Philip T. Meredith motored home from
Philadelphia, where they spent the
Mr. and Mrs. Lqcius Bigelow, of
Buffalo, N. Y., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. William Elder Bailey, Front and
South streets. They were called to the
city by the death of Mrs. Bigelow's
aunt, Mrs. Gilbert M- McCauley.
Miss Mary Haffley, of I.<os Angeles,
Cal., is the guest of Miss Elizabeth
Fahnestock. 1837 North Second street.
Miss Anna E. Kolbenschlng, 231
Briggs street, is staying at the Hotel
DOUBLE STRENGTH 11
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WRIGLEY'S comes in two delic- m
ious flavors. Beneficial, economical, a
, Made clean—kept clean—sealed m
ai r- tight against all impuritj^^^^
fpagtt w ScStr Mother Goose"
introducing these active
Wg&Nfc,JTh s. Spearmen. 28 pages, litho
/cm"sSftffO graphed in four colors. Grown
v ups as well as children will find lots of
fun in this quaint jingle book. Address
J[ Wm. Wrlgley Jr. Company
1206 Kesner Bldg., Chicago
mill,nil around each package of WRIGLEY'S
—they are good for many valuable
articles of high grade merchandise for
506 men, women, children and the hornet
Imperial, New York, for a few days.
Mrs. Lewis E. Johnson, of Steelton,
is entertaining Mrs. James Nelson, of
Brooklyn. Mrs. Nelson was formerly
Miss May Blaikie, of this city.
Miss Ida M. Swope, 231 Briggs
street, left yesterday for a trip to New
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huber, 1614
Berryhill street, are visiting in Phila
Miss Verna Pishel, 216 South Thir
teenth street, is spending the week in
Mrs. George Preston Mains, of New
York, is visiting her brother, Theodore
: Calder, 319 North Front street.
I Mrs. William Houseal has gone to
her home in Lewisburg after a visit
with Mrs. H. Hcuck, 1614 Berryhill
Mrs. M'. Mossbacker, of New York,
is the guest of Mrs. 'Herman Astrich,
G. M. Harvey, 1118 Green street,
has returned from a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunbar and
daughter, Miss Katherine May Dunbar,
have gone to New York after a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffman,
1104 Greei street.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacobs, of New-
York City, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mortimer J. Wolff, 2116 North Fifth
Mrs. Mary Kainmerer has gone to
Philadelphia after spending several
days with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Yick
ery, Cottage Hill, Steelton
There are many unusual scenes
that you can snap with a good Cam
era during Spring time.
Clear views are to be obtained
and landscape effects are distinct.
$2.00 to $25.00
Forney's Drug Store
426 MARKET STREET
Sunday In Jifn York
A Ren I Trent
Special Excursion Pennsylvania Rail
road, next Sunday, May 2, to the (treat
metropolis, the most
on the American continent. Special
Train leaves Harri»burg 5.45 A. M.
STAR BAKtiAIN SALE
Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart Offer a
Feast of Values at 14c To-morrow
Another of the popular Star Bargain j
Sales inaugurated by Dives, I'omeroy &
Stewart early in the spring takes place ;
to-morrow, with hundreds of items of- |
feieil at 44c.
Star Bargain Sales are of command- j
ing interest to all shoppers because of
the unusual values distributed, and to- '
morrow's feast of Star Bargains em-I
braces all kinds of merchandise from
the store's many departments.
Every item advertised is from reg
ular stock, piovingr its worthiness as to
quality anil assuring a value that is i
worth while. In connection with the
Star Bargain Sale >vill occur the annual
Spring Clearance _>f Millinery, with
hundreds of trimmed hats reduced to a
level that promises matchless savings.
All through the store these Star
Bargains will prevail, with special dis
play cards pointing the way to the
values. In the basement, on the
street and upper floors hundreds and
hundreds of Star Bargains will hold ,
full sway with a carnival of economies
that surpasses anything of the kind ]
held in this city this season.
SAVING SHIPS IN A FOG
A Scheme to Thwart One of the Dead-1
ly Perils of the Sea
Of all perils met at sea. fog is most I
dreaded by the man on the bridge. A I
naval oflicer has suggested a plan that j
aims to do away with much of the loss
of ships and li\es that is an annual j
toll on ocean traflic.
Experience has proved that more \
collisions are ,-aused by efforts of ships j
to avoid each other than by any other
reason. Experienced shipmasters de
clare that very few accidents occur
"MARY JANE" £»
is tlie best <lirt catcher known. She gets all the If 1-1
dirt, all the dust, all the threads and scraps of paper, \ In
all the time. Fully guaranteed by the Cleveland Sue
tion Cleaning Co. Call to see her, or have us bring her f
to your Home, Church or Office and give you a free Jg ■■ A
demonstration. «l J^l
Bell Phone No. 217»J—United Phone No. B:tr>W JK IHgjfi
E. BLUMENSTINE A Bj
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR - /Vj J
14 S. Court St., Uarrisbnrg, Pa.
Factory outlet for Fans, Mazda , r\ aA ■ q_
Lamp# and Church Lighting Fix-
I when eauh ship follows its original
course regardless of the other. The
I chief difficulty lies in distinguishing
the exact locations of signals in time
to avoid coining to close quarters.
I Consequently it is proposed to equip
each ship with four whistles instead
of one. Kadi whistle is to be tuned to
| a different note, one for each quarter
of the compass. By this means each
ship will be able to signify her gen
eral course to the other, and the cap
tains will !>e ahle to maneuver intelli
gently, instead of merely guessing at
the location and course of the other
vessel.—New York Mail.
The Popular Craze.
"Sir." said the .voting ninn, "I want
to inarry your daughter."
"You do, eh? What have you got to
"Myself, which Includes r fair edu
cation, a good state of health, a rea
sonable amount of ambition, a credita
ble appearance, a modest salary and a
strong desire to come into your office
and get useful."
The older man shook Ills head.
"Not enough. Times are too bard. I
can't afford a wedding."
The young man smiled.
"Now for my trump card," he snld.
"Everybody Is eloping. We will elope
and save the expense."
The old man caught his hnnd.
"She's yours, son: she's yours
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