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x.lJ®<F/K The Store On Which You May Depend Offers
Y° u These Exceptional
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a O ne 'D a Y Sale—Monday Only
Every Article is New and Desirable Merchandise
J 1.00 Actual Value: $2.00 Panama Hats:
Ladies' and Misses' Hats, new Genuine Panama Hats, <IM AA
goods. Monday price, Otfv new goods. Monday price, . <P-i-*vrvF
$ 1.50 and $2 Actual Values: $ 1.00 Children's Hats:
Ladies'and Misses' Hats, new Children's Trimmed and Un- OQ^»
goods. Monday price, tftlC trimmed Hats. Monday price, .
$2.50 and $3 Actual Values: Trimmings:
Ladies'and Misses' Hats, new CQp 25c value. Monday price, 10^
goods. Monday price, "v v 50c value. Monday price, 25^
Soufter's 1c to 25c Department Store
WHERE EVERY DAY IS BAHRAIN DAY
215 Market St Opp. Court House
S OCIAL and
DINNER IN COMPLIMENT
TO MISS MARIAN ANCELL
Margaretta Fleming Is Enter
taining at the Country Club To
night—Guests Will Attend Sub
scription Dance Later In Evening
Miss 'Margaretta Fleming will enter
tain at dinner at the Country Club to
night complimentary to Miss Marion
Clifford Augell, whose engagement to
William Simpson Godfrey, of Philadel
phia, was announced this week.
Covers will be laid for Miss Marian
Angell, Miss MacLaren, of St. Paul,
Minn.; Miss Margaret McLain, Miss
Mary Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Lesley
•icureath, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blake
Lent, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jay, Hav
ert'ord; Mr. and Mrs. Neil Salsich,
Frank Brady Vance McCormick, Wil
liam Simpson Godfrey, Philadelphia;
Robert McCreath and Jackson Herr
Party for Miss Elizabeth Shearer
Mrs. Joseph Shearer, Jr., entertained
at a children's party yesterday at her
home, 421 North Front street, com
plimentary to her little daughter, Eliz
abeth. The children played games and
enjoyed contests, after which dainty re
freshments were served. Those pres
Avis Ann Hickok, Louise Bailey,
Eleanor Bailey, Muriel Ganett, Harriet
Gilbert, Elizabeth Benjamin, Thelma
Kuiin, Bettina Stine. Elaine Hibler,
Harriet Witman, Betty Oenslager,
Dorothy Hosford Gertrude Hosford,
Catherine Meredith, Margaret Camp
bell. Elizabeth McDonald, Mary
' hurcli, lOlixabetli Eager, Mary Eager,
Margaret" Davis, Sarah Ingram, Char
lotte Brandt, Kathleen Coover, Mary
K tester, Louise Meily and Martha Chad
Announce November Wedding
Wrightsville, May B.—William H.
Henschke, of near this place, was mar
ried on Thanksgiving Day. 1914. in
Baltimore. In Miss Lottie M. Smith, of
Dallastown, and only yesterday re
\eaied their secret marriage, which
came as a great surprise to their many
friends. They will reside at Dallas
Special Sunshine Meeting Monday
Matter, of unusual importance will
be discussed at tlie special meeting of
the Roberta Disbro w-Lloyd Sunshine
Society Which will be held in the Y.
M. C. A. Monday afternoon at 2.30
Seven of the little cripples who have
been operated upon anil cared for
through, the society will be present to
give silent testimony of the benefits
they have derived through the efforts
of the Sunshine Socirtv. Ml members
are urged to attend this meeting.
9 Before you go to the B
H mountain or seashore for Q|
*■ your vacation, let us teach
H you the latest steps. 88
IL. P. Dickey I
SCHOOL OF MODERN ||
IB 801 North Second Street H
M PRIVATE STUDIO SB
Bell Phone 207-J JH
1 , . '
MRS. MARTIN ADDRESSES
CAMP HILL CIVIC CLUE
Largest Attendance of Season Marks
Final Meeting Which Was Held
Yesterday in Council Boom. Mrs.
James W. Millhouse, Presiding
An unusually large attendance of
members of the Camp Hill Civic Club
marked the linal business meeting of
j the club which was held yesterday aft
: ernoon in the council room, with Mrs.
I James W. Millhouse, the president, pre-
Matters of importance were discussed
■and Mrs. Girton D. Smith was elected!
assistant secretary at the request of
Mrs. Armstrong, secretary and treas
! urer, who was unable to do the work
i alone owing to the growth of the club
Mrs. Jarjies W. Millhouse and Mrs.
j C. W. Harding who attended the con
j vention of Central Pennsylvania State
Federation of Women's Clubs held this
! week in Hanover as invited guests,
, gave interesting accounts of the meet
! ing. It was decided that the Camp
: Hill Civic Club should become affiliated
; with the Federation.
Plans for the June social of the club,
were discussed after which Mrs. Helen
R. Martin, of this city, was introduced
by the president and gave an interest
: ing talk of her works and the people
jof whom she writes, illustrating her
| talk with several delightful little stor-
I ies. A social meeting followed during
j which all members and guests had the
I pleasure of meeting Mrs. Martin. The
] meeting was one of the most inter
! estiug ones of the season and was
j largoly attended.
During the past season the following
j have been made members of the club:
jMrs. M. C. Price, Mrs. Brett Luper,
I Mrs. H. J. Hamme, Mrs. Meily, Mrs.
j Park Weidler, Mrs. Clarke Enteriine,
| Mrs. P. E. Munce and Mrs. Schwarz.
| Last Subscription Dance of Season
Was Held Last Night In
The last of the season's popular
subscription dances was hold last even
' ing at Benton hall, Steelton, with the
j I'pdegrove orchestra playing. Elaborate
decorations of green and white were
brightened with clusters of Killarney
! roses. A buffet supper was served at
In attendance were Mr. and Mrs.
| Charles A. Alden, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
| E. Brinser, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brad
j shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brinton,
; Mr. .and Mrs. W. E. Chick, Mr. and
Mrs. P. E. Diener, Mr. and Mrs. Feindt,
| Mr. and Mrs. Ebenezer Francis, Miss
Mary Fencil, Mrs. Robert Hope, John
i Forker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froeh
lich, Mr. an I Mrs. David Hershey, Mr.
Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Kasson, Mrs.
Russell Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Seal, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yost, Har
ry Stubbs, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaar,
Mrs. Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lang
don, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer, Mr.
; and Mrs. Ira Myers, Dr. and Mrs. W.
; J. Middletou, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nell,
I Miss Orth and Mr. Pugh.
Miss Illman on Story Telling
j Tuesday evening, May 11, the mem
j bers and friends of the Story Telling
I Club will be given a rare treat when
j Miss Adelaide Illman, of Germantown,
a story teller gifted with all the re
| quisite qualifications that make story
| telling an art, will give a story hour
| lecture in the assembly hall of the
i Public Library.
Miss Illman will talk from 7.30 un
; til 9 o'clock and every one interested
' in the art of story telling is invited to
| attend the meeting.
Feast of the Seasons
The feast of the seasons will be held
iin the basement of the Bethlehem
I Lutheran church Tuesday from 4 to 8
o'clock. At four booths" decorated to
represent the seasons of the year deli
cacies which combined to make a din
ner will be served.
Announce Birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Byrem, of
Lemoyne, announce the birth of a
daughter, Nellie Beatrice Byrem, Fri
day, May 7.
Week-End in Washington
Mrs. Joseph A. Clement, of the Com
monwealth hotel, and her guest, Mrs.
Reed, are spending the week-end with
friends in Washington, D. C.
Will Motor to Gettysburg
Dr. and Mrs. George A. Widder and
son, George, of 124 4 Derry street, and
Miss Rachel Kline, of 1246 Derry
street, will motor to Gettysburg to-mor
SIX STUDENTS GRADUATED
Commencement Exercises of Wormleys
burg High School Held Last
Night in U. B. Church
The third annual commencement of
the Wormleysburg High school was held
last night in St. Paul's U. B. church,
Wormleysburg, and was largely at
Six graduates, Misses Beatrice H.
Bixler, Kathleen M. Buck, .Tosie M.
I Hoon, Esther A. Jenkins, Mabel E.
i Shaeffor and Hildagard M. Famous, re-
I ccived their diplomas An interesting
j program was presented, which included
the following numbers:
Music, march, orchestra; invocation,
the Rev. S. E. Vance; music, " Med
! ley,'' W. L. Thompson, Crescent male
quartet; salutatory recitation, " Hon
jesty," anonymous, Kathleen M. Buck;
I music, orchestra; recitation, "The Dis-
I cipline of Life and Character," anony
mous, Josie M. Hoon; music, " Moon
j light Will Come Again," Thompson,
.Crescent male quartet; recitation,
i "Aunt Sarah on Bicycles," Pauline
! Phelps, Hildagard M. Famous; music,
| orchestra; recitation, "Brier Rose," H.
, H. Boyseen, Beatrice H. Bixler; music,
"Sailor's Farewell," Hevser, Crescent
male quartet; recitation, "The Amer
jiican Flag," Beecher, Esther A.Jenkins;
'music, orchestra; valedictory recitation,
; "Courtesy,' 'anonymous, Mabel E.
Shaeffer; vocal solo, selected, Hilda
gard M. Famous; address, Prof. W. M.
Denison, State high school inspector;
j class song, "Carmena,' H. Lane Wil
fon; presentation of diplomas, Prof. J.
! Kelso Green, superintendent of Cum
berland county schools; music, "Come,
Sing a Merry Song," Thompson, Cres
cent male quartet; benediction, the Rev.
|O. B. Renshaw; music, march, orchestra.
'Members of St. Paul's M. E. Church
Were Guests of the Misses
Members of the Rider Bible class of
j St. Paul's M. E. church met at the
j home of the Misses Miller, Thirteenth
j and Walnut streets, last evening. Aft
; er devotional exercises and a short busi
! ness meeting, a social hour was en
| .joyed and refreshments were served.
Those present were;
The Rev. and Mrs. R. Runyan,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, Mrs. G. L.
| Drinkwater, Mrs. Clarence Kirk, Mrs.
j Alice Tilghman, Mrs. Harry MeSwine,
Mrs. Rny Hoyor, Mrs. John Kraber,
| Mrs. Harry Poulson, Mrs. Roy Wheeler,
I Miss Tamson Drinkwater, Miss Laura
I Kraber, Miss Lizzie Bateman, Miss Re
jbecea Battorf, Miss Mary Hare, Miss
Elizabeth Shaffer, Miss Margaret Tilgh
man, Miss Amy Maley, Miss Edith Mil
ler, Miss Miriam Taylor and Miss Sara
j E. Mardorf.
C. E. SOCIETY MEETING
Held at Home of Mr. and Mrs. Be
shore, Thursday Evening
The Christian Endeavor Society of
| the Harris Street U. B. church, held
its monthly meeting on Thursday even
ing at the home of Mr. a'nd Mrs. Theo-
I dore Beshore, 352 Harris street. Im
portant business was transacted and
j plans made for the efficiency campaign
which will be started during the sum
A social hour followed the business
! meeting anil refreshments were served.
I Instrumental and vocal selections by
| Miss Helen Beshore and Misses Delma
I and Charlotte Beshore, were features
| of tho entertainment.
MOTHERS' DAY AT DERRY ST.
Wives of Members Will Be Present at
Annual Observance To-morrow
The wives of the members of the
I 'Derry Street United Brethren Men's
i Class, as well as their mothers, will be
. guests of the day at the annual
'"Mothers' Day" observance to-mor
| row afternoon.
0. P. Beckley, the speaker of the
afternoon, has announced that his talk
will be of practical value to married
folks. Fully 500 are expected to at
tend the session of the big class.
Last night a warehouse for the stor
age of paper was dedicated iby the
class. The warehouse was built by
members of the class on the old Berry
hill Nursery plot at Thirteenth ami
Berryhill streets. It has a capacity for
three carloads of paper.
Rheln to Succeed Wunder
Charles H. Rhein, of Reading, was
appointed to-day a deputy State fire
marshal to succeed the late William
Wunder, of Reading, who was killed in
an automobile accident in that city.
Rhein is a son-in-law of Representative
Mahlon Shaaber, of Berks, who voted
for the local option bill to the surprise
of the "wets" who had been counting
on his vote.
Corns Cirri For 100
' 'Joft Die one M >1111)
yeullnever spend ■nothlt M »/fyL|v
cent for any other eon MtrxVlT*
cure or remedy on the , V*/ IM
market. Here'* proof of
what this wonderful Oom 4 \fmt
Solvent will do. J. B.HaIL n \W
a man over so yean oid 1 ■/
writes: "I hart spent a 1
■mall fortune on worth. Kl
less corn rcmedloi but never J. Ir-r W
found anythlnc that would give V.' x 1 '/g
me anything more than tempo. M
rary relief. No matter what I/J r M
used, the corns would U
hack. About six months ago aV \ W
friend advised me to try Bauer's \
Corn Solvent. I bought onelOe \/7i
bottle and It completely eared every f f
corn and bunion on bothfeet. After six [/
months there Is no sign of the oorns
left. It's the one and only remedy that ever dif
me any good."
Hater's Corn Solvent tail dissolves the oota
removes them oonpletefy, without pain. If rom
want Immediate and permanent relief, get a
bottle today. Buy of the druggist named bolow
or send 10c to wm. ii_ Baser. Druaslat «»<
Chemist, Beading, I'a. '
Kor sale in Harrisburg by Geo. A.
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mrs. L. Shimmel, 424 North street,
is visiting friends in Pittsburgh.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Weaver, 1931
Market street, are in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Koons ami
daughter, Miss Mary Koons, 540 South
Seventeenth street, are the guests of
friends in Ida Grove, lowa.
William Dunn, 346 Crescent street,
has returned from Lancaster.
Benjamin Earp, 1323 Derry street,
has returned from State College, where
he was the guest of hiss on, Harold
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose McGeehan
and son have returned to Midland, aft
er being gdests of Mrs. John McGee
han, 1616 Market street.
Mrs. ('. Shatter, 1329 Kittatinuy
street, has returned from a visit with
frieniis in Newville.
Mrs. Annie Reed, of Pittsburgh, is
in the city to attend the funeral of her
brother-in-law, Nelson Kunns, 302
Mrs. I. Watson has returned to her
hotne in Huntingdon alter a visit with
her mother, Mrs. L. Shimmel, 424
Mrs. Edwin Fischler, 1209 Swatara
street, and Mrs. Harry Jones, 358
South Thirteenth street, have returned
home from Lykcns.
Charles Pollmer, of Sunbury, is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. Earp, 1323
H. 11. Bowers, 1329 Kitatiuny
street, returned home from Newville.
Mrs. McKasket and Miss Anastatia
McGeehan have returned to Philadel
phia, after spending several Jays with
Mrs. John McGeehaiij 1616 Market
Mr. and Mrs. Lesley McCreath, 1915
North Front street, will reside dur
ing the summer at their bungalow on
the river road formerly owned by
Mr. and Mrs. John (X Jay, of Hav
erford, will be the week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blake Bent, 207
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Ferguson,
3004 North Second street, have re
turned from a week's stay at Atlan
Miss Ida M. Boyd, of Jacksonville,
is spending a week with Miss Myrtle
Kitzmiller, 1617 Regina street.
Mrs. W. W. Stewart, 1604 State
street, who spent a week with her son,
Ralph Stewart, of Jamesburg, returned
Miss Marguerite Plonk, of York, is
the guest of Miss Sarah C. Sharpe, 306
W. S. Bentz, of Lemoyne, left to
day for a week-end visit to Philadel
Dr. George Burton Stull left Friday
for Johnstown, where he was summoned
to see his father who is reported seri
Will Spend Summer in Montana
Miss Marie Briggles, of 127 Broad
street, left yesterday for Ohinook,
Mont., where she will spend the sum
mer with her aunt, Mrs. C. Ireland.
A. H. White to Deliver Lecture To
Halifax, May 8. —Jeremiah Chubb,
of Topeka, Kansas, is visiting relatives
and friends here. Mr. Chubb left here
fifty-eight years ago anil had not been
here for fourteen years. He has be
come quite wealthy sinee going to the
Elmer E. Daugherty is visiting
friends in Harrisburg.
Special Mothers' Day services will
i be held in the Otterbein United Breth
ren church to-morrow morning. The
pastor will preach a special sermon at
110 a. m.
A. H. White, of Cleveland, Ohio,
j manager of the Harrisburg branch of
the American Civic Reform Bureau,
will deliver a free lecture before the
Halifax Brotherhood to-morrow after
noon at 2.30 o'clock. Nearly 1,000
tickets have been issued to date and
the United Brethren church, where the
lecture will be held, promises to be
crowded to its utmost capacity.
U. S. Guager G. W. Westfall is again
able to be about his home, recovering
from a very serious illness.
Victor Orchestra Will Give Musicale
Saturday Evening, May 22
Will.'umstown, May 8. —H. B. Saus
saman, of Harrisburg, spent yesterday
with his mother on Kast Market street.
Mrs. Thomas Davis, of Philadelphia,
has returned home after a few weeks'
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Dr. Hutchison, of Conway Hall, Car
lisle, was a visitor here Thursday.
Mrs. James Graham returned from
the Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia,
where she underwent an operation.
J. B. Ralph was a Tower City caller
Miss Hazel Walkinshaw entertained
a gathering of friends at her hotne on
Market street last evening. A de
licious luncheon was served.
The Victor orchestra which is a com
bination of famed artists of the music
world will give a musicale in the Meth
odist Episcopal church, Saturday even
ing, May 22. John S. Thompson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thompson, who aft
er studying abroad, was recognized as
an accomplished pianist and is a mem- i
ber of the orchestra.
HOSPITAL AWARDS MADE
firms Are Named to Furnish Supplies
for State Asylum for Year
Beginning June 1
The list of awards for the furnish
ing of supplies for the State Lunatic
hospital for the year beginning June I
has been announced by Superintendent
Orth as follows:
Groceries Evans, Burtnett Com
pany, Harrisburg; Brelsford Packing &
Storage Company, Harrisburg; Troy
Laundry Machinery Co., New York
City; Tlios. Roberts & Co., 1 Philadel
phia; Witmau Schwarz Co., Harrisburg;
Witman Bros., 'Harrisburg; Alfred Low'
ry & Bro., Philadelphia.
Meats —-Brelsford Packing & Stor
uge Co., Harrisburg; The Sulzberger A
Sons Co., Harrisburg; Roesch Packing
Dry Goods —O'Jaffe & Pinkus, New
York City; Gimbel Bros., Philadelphia;
Dives, Pomcroy & Stewart, Harrisburg;
Bowman & Company, Harrisburar;
lihoads & Fillman, Philadelphia; R. Le-
VICK s Son & Co., Philadelphia; Straw
bridge & Clothier, Philadelphia; Jos. N.
Snellenburg, Philadelphia; Frank T.
Notions—Bowman & Co., Harrisburg;
Gut man Bros., New York City; Rhoails
& fillman, Philadelphia; Owen M.
Dawson, New York City; Bittner, Hun
sicker & Co., Allentown; Hench & Wil
son. Harrisburg; .Joseph N. Snellenburg,
Philadelphia; Strawbridge & Clothier,
Brooms and Brushes—Bowman &
Company, Harrisburg; Witman Bros.,
Harrisburg; E. Clinton & Co., Inc.,
Philadelphia; Reading llroom Company,
Boots and Shoes —Bowman & Com
pany, Harrisburg; R. Levicks Sons &'
Co., Philadelphia; Dives, Pomeroy &
Flour ami Peed—Hoffer & Carman,
Harrisburg; l J axton Flour & Feed Co.,
Harrisburg; Samuel Bell 4c Sons, Phila
Hardware—.T. F. Miller, Harrisburg;
R. Leviclss Sans & Co., Philadelphia;
Martz Bros., Harrisburg; O. F. Strayer,
Harrisburg; VVitman Bros., Harrisburg;
Pennsylvania Alcohol & Chemical Com
Tinware—George C. 'Kager & Sons,
Harrisburg; VV. W. Zeiders & Son, Har
risburg; Bowman & Co., Harrisburg;
VVitman Bros., Harrisburg; Tragle Cord
age Company, Reading.
(Jueensware—Bowman & Co., Har
risburg; Ginibel Bros., Philadelphia;
John Wanamaker, Philadelphia; Jo
seph N. Snellenburg, Philadelphia.
Stationefy—Roberts Meek, Har
Clothing—The Samuel Kuhn Cloth
ing Co., Harrisburg; Bowman & Co..
Harrisburg; Zerfinj; & Lightner, Phila
ilelphia; Frank T. Dunlap, Philadelphia.
Shirts —Khoads & Fillman, Philadel
Butter and Kggs—Philip Hoffman,
Philadelphia; Cumberland Valley
Creamery & Dairy Co., Cinamhersburg.
Coal—Smith, Lineaweaver & Co.,
Oils—Atlantic Refining Co., Harris
burg; O. F. Zurn Co., Philadelphia.
Medicine®—ls. Z. Gross, Harrisburg.
Series at Redeemer Church
At the Redeemer church, Nineteenth
and Kensington streets, the pastor, the
Rev. E. Victor Rolland, will to-morrow
morning preach the second in a series
of sermons based on John's message to
the seven churches.
fjf SAVE 50% fp
\\l ON YOUR TIRES E l
m BY DOUBLING B/i
uik YOUR M,LEAGE^
Pats. Pending. 5,000 Miles Guar
anteed. Ford Cars, 6,000.
This cross section of tire shows the
Improved way of making the highest,
grade Pneumatic tire tread. Tin tread
is made from a series of canvas strips
impregnated with rubber in such a way
that it prevents the tread from sepa
rating from the air-carcass, splitting,
peeling off, or coming apart. It also
prevents rupturing of air-carcass,
which is the ruination of all tires, and
it also prevents punctures and blow
outs. The tread is so tough It will not
split, peel off, or crack like other makes
lof tires. Each layer Is a binder to the
tread, which holds the rubber between
i the plys in its place. It take« more
than 1,500 miles of road service to wear
I off one layer each layer Is non-skid,
iNo chains necessary. Count the manv
thousand miles you can run. it saves
25 per cent. 011 gasoline and engine
power. Don't buy nny tlrea until you
have examined thin tire. Write for free
| booklet telling many other Important
I features and agents' proposition
The Canvas Tread Tire Co.
Of Utica, N. Y.
HARRY P. MOTTER, (Jen. Ak«„
1V25 Llerrj Strrft I(nrriil,„ru, p».
Bell Phone 3VG3
With its acres of lawns, shade
trees, its flower beds, free zoo
and children's playground, is the
ideal place for your picnic. Write
I or phone for available dates at
MANAGER OF PARK,
Under new management
and completely remodeled,
opens this evening.
Harrisburg National Bank
16 SOUTH MARKET SQUARE
1814 x 1915
MAY 1, 1915
Loa-ns and Investments, $1,399,533 33
United States Bonds, 347,000 OO
Due from Banks 346,475 48
Due from Reserve Banks, 337,642 86
Cash 252,828 32
Capital Stock, $300,000 00
Surplus 350,000 00
Undivided Profits 75,167 39
Dirculation 289,100 00
Due to Banks, 55,401 51
Deposits, 1,613,811 09
Our Capital and Surplus and Stockholders' Liability con
stitute a fund of more than $1,000,000 to protect the interests
of our depositors.
3% paid on Certificates of Deposit
Edward Bailey, H. A. Kelker, Jr., Geo. W. Reily,
Ross A. ffickok, Andrew S - McCreath . T - T - Wierman.
These are the kind of seeds we sell.
"The Plain Truth" is our aim! We will not misrepresent for
the purpose of making sales—nor for any other purpose.
We are free to admit that we are not infallible, but sometimes
make errors, but when we do we stand ready to rectify such
The Best Gardens can be made by using "Holmes Tested
Seeds." The largest stouk and the largest number of varieties
to select from.
Everything for the Garden: Lawn Mowers Fertilizers, Bakes,
Spades, Hoes, etc.
HOLMES SEED CO.
106-108 South Second Street, Harrisburg, Pa.
f = -
I We Will Appreciate
Union Trust Co. ol Penna.
Union Trust Building
NEW CARDS FOR MEMBERS
Chamber of Commerce Issues State
ment on Solictors' Cards
The following statement was issued
to-day 'in the office of tihe Harrisburg
■Chamber of Commerce:
"There hasbeen some confusion about
t'he regulation of the 'Oham'ber of Com
i inerce which does not permit the mem-
I hers to do business wit'h advertising
j charity and other solicitors unless they
'carry a "Certificate of Investigation."
j This has 'been occasioned by nou-mem
ibers of the c.haimOer ma'king use of t'he
j chamber's name in an attempt to turn
down such solicitors and in their iguor
; mice making statements about the eh a in
j l>er's policy that brought the chamber
into a misunderstanding with solicitors.
"The Chamber of 'Commerce is now
applying its members with yellow cel
luloid membership signs to 'be 'hung in
tlheir offices and begs to advise the pu'b-
Me that on one except people having
those canls are memibers of the (cham
ber of Commerce. The cards will be
up in all officers in a few days and
members are requested to obtain fhem
from the chamber's office in the Kun
MOSES FRIEDMAN INDICTED
Former Superintendent of Indian School
Accused of Fraud
Sunbury, Pa., May B.—The Grand
Jury in the United States Court, Judge
Charles B. Witmer presiding, yesterday
returned a true bill of indictment
against Moses Friedman, former super
intendent, and 8. J. Nori, former chief
clerk of the Carlisle Indian School.
They are charged with defrauding the
United States by charging ear fare for
Indian students when they had paid it.
Louis Cohen, of Scrauton, on trial
here for two days, charged with de
frauding wholesale clothing dealers out
of SIO,OOO worth of merchandise by
means of a suit company, operated in a
14x15 room, was found guilty and sent
to jail pending an application for a new
OFFICERS TO BE INSTALLED
Fifth Street Epworth League Will
Hold Anniversary Service In Church
The Fifth Street Epworth League
will have their anniversary service to
morrow evening at 7.30 o'clock in the
church auditorium, combining their
service with the regular evening
preaching service. Dr. Pyles, the pas
tor of the Fifth (Street church, will
preach a special sermon to the Ep
worth Leaguers, and will install the
following officers at the close of the
President., Harry Asper; first vica
president, Robert Shaub; second vie#
president, Mias Myra Stutzman; thir<£
vice president. Miss ICathryn AI din go
er; fourth vice president, Miss Nellie
Foulk; secretary, Miss .lane Rothejc
treasurer, Seth Barnhart; organist*
Miss Bessie Bennett; Junior LeaguS
superintendent. Miss Anna WilkinsniiJ
There will be special musical numberi
iby the church choir.
George Kunkel, Jr., Best Speaker 3
(Special to the Star-Independent.) K
Lancaster, iPa., May 8. —George KunJ
ke'L, .IT., son of Judge Ueorge KunkelJ
of Harrisburg, won first prize as tli#
best »|>eaker at the eightieth anniveis
warv of the IXagnot'hian Literary S(#
ciety of Franklin and Marshall Colleges
it was announved^to-day\^^^^^^^^J|
in the Mountains
Delightful Spring Resort. Dry Air.
Outlook of 35 Miles. Curative and
Tonic Baths. Superior Cuinlne. Good
Koads. N. y. Office, LM.'i Fifth Ave.
HOWARD M. WING
GAL.EN MOUNTAIN CO. Manager
K. U YOUNG, Gen'l Mgr.