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May Clearance Sale of Suits and Coats
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
SUITS—SIO.OO, 915.50, 915.00, 917.50, 918.75. 921.50, lfti2.Ro and
the best in the House for 925.00.
COATS—S.YOO, 97.50. 98.50. SO.RO, 910.00, 911.50, 91-.RO,
91.1.50, 915.00. 910.75, 917.50. 918.75, 921.50, 923.50 and the
best in the House for 935.(K>.
Witmer, Bair & Witm»?_
S OCIAL and
; MY OUI-OF-lOWN GUESTS!
AT COUNTRY CLUB DANCE
More Than One Hundred Dollars Real
ized for Purchase of New Victoria
—Ball Rocm Prettily Decorated
With Spring Blossoms
Decorations of spring blossoms, dog- I
wood and white and purple lilacs pre- j
dominating. were used in the ball room
of the Harrisburg Country Club Satur- ,
day night for the subscription dance i
held there. More than oue hundred
dollars was realized from the dance for
t t purchase o: a new Vietrola for the
i üb. The I'pdegrove orchestra played
for lue dancers, among whom were:
Mr-. K. Hall, of Bedford; W. C.
F •wnes. of Pittsburgh: Miss Margaret
McLaren, of St. Paul: Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Jay, of Ardmore: Mr. and Ms.
L.i w:s Sailer, of Carlisle: Mrs. Hardy.,
of Troy: Mr. and \lr;. Philip T. Mere
ith. Mrs. J. M. Wallis. Mr. and Mrs.
Henderson Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv
B. Bent. Mr and Mrs. Lesley McCreath.
Mr. ani Mrs. Walter P. Maguire. Mrs.
F. 'Herbert Snow, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Pavne. Mr. and \b-s. Niei K. Salsioh.
Mr and Mrs. William B. MoCaleb. Mr.
and Mrs. Cail W. Davis. Mr. and Mrs.
George R. Pelameter. Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert M Rutherford, Mr. and M-s. Frank
t 'arnev. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kaltwasser.
Mr. and Mr>. Paul G. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph L. Shearer, Jr.. Mr. an 1
Mrs. Richard V McKay. Mr. and Mrs.
Walter H. Gaiiher. Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Robbins.
Jr.. Miss Eelano- Darlington. Miss Vir
ginia King. M ; ss Alice Wallis, Miss
Kleanor Clark. Miss Louise Boyd. Miss
Mary Meyers. Miss Martha Fleming.
Miss Marian Angell. Miss Margaretta
Fleming. Miss Sarah Denehev. Miss
Marv Williamson. Mrs. H. Reillv, Miss
D ora Coe. Miss Louise Carney. Miss
Bradley. Miss Janet Sawyer. Miss Mar
garet MeLain. Frank J. Brady, Jack
son Boyd. Robert McCreath. Pr. George
Moffitt. Vance C MeCormiek. R. E.
Hardy. K. K Yake. George P. S'-iotwell.
Lewis E. Johnson. Thomas A Baldwin.
J. Clavence hunk. John R. Comstock.
• •eo.ge Comstock. Henry M. Gross,
John W. Magoun. J. B. Redus. C. B. J.
Modjeska. L. B. Lindemutn. R. P. M.
I'avis. Albert H. Stackpole. Henrv S.
V\ans. Frank W. Masters. Thomas S.
Treil. K. B. Mitchell. Jr.. Messrs. R.>b-
What's In the Cup?
Flie flavour may l>e agreeable, but appetite isn't
the only thing to be considered.
The average cup of coffee contains about 2*o
grains of caffeine, a powerful drug which is frequent
cause of indigestion, constipation, nervousness,
heart trouble and other ills.
Some persons are strong enough to use coffee for
a time without apparent harm, but repeated doses
of its subtle, cumulative drug, caffeine, sooner or
later affects even the strong man or woman.
Any coffee drinker will benefit from a change to
I his pure food-drink has a snappy tang, very like
the Old (iov't.lavas, but it contains no caffeine, nor
any other harmful ingredient. It is made of selected
wheat, a little wholesome molasses and is pure, in
vigorating and delicious.
And Instant Postum is so easy to make. Put a
level teaspoonful in a cup. add hot water, and sugar
and cream to taste.
The convenience of Instant Postum is seen at a glance. Sold in
30c and 50c tins. Some prefer Postum ( er>al —the original form—
which must be well boiled, 15c and 25c pkgs.
Grocers sell both kinds, the flavour is equally delicious and the cost
per cup is about the same.
"There's a Reason" for POSTUM
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KATV:iSBrRO STAR-TNDEPENDEXT, MONDAY EVENING. MAY 10. 1915.
erts. Whitney. Button. Rudd and Wil
liam Godfrey, of Philadelphia. and
Lieutenant Buckner. Washington. P. C.
Twenty-first Anniversary of D. A. R.
Harrisburg Chapter, D. A. R.. will
celebrate its twentv-tirst anniversary
Wednesday, May 19. and will hold its
annual meeting at the Y. M. C. A.. Sec
ond and Locust streets, at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Henry MeCormiek, acting re
cent, will preside and officers will be
1 elected. A special musical prffgram
will be a feature of the afternoon and
j Mrs. Charles J. Wood, Jr.. will give an
I interesting report of the D. A. R. eon
jress held in Washington, P. C., in
Many Members of His Congregation at
the Station to Meet Him on
Return From Travels
'More than throe hundred members
aud friends of the Kasher Israel con
gregation were a: the l~nion station
yesterday afteruoou to meet Rabbi
Louis Silver, rabbi of the congregation,
on his return from a year's travel in
European countries wheto most of his
time was speut in the war-ridden ter
ritory of Polish Russia. Rabbi Silver
left here a year ago to visit his parents
in *he town of Dusheat, province of
Kowno. and tartly on business for the
Association of Orthodox Jewish Rabbis.
The party proceeded from the station
to the home of Rabbi Silver, 625 (Boas
street, where a reception was held and
a banquet served. Daring the afternoon
riie guest of honor related his experi
ences of the past year and told of his
difficulty in traveling owing to condi
tions brought about by the war.
Will Attend K. of C. Convention
Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Yetter. 1839
North Second street, left Saturday for
a two weeks' trip to Philadelphia. New
York and Albany. While in Philade -
lphia they will atteud the State con
vention of the Knights of Columbus.
The engagement of Miss Rosa Kath
ryn Critchlev. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. I. Critchlev. 27 4 5 Peun street. Pen
brook, to William Ri-hard Pevor. of
I ; ' or strasburg. was announced Sat
urday. The wedding will be an event
: of the- earlv summer.
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mrs. Richard Hall, of Bedford, is the
gijest of Mr. and Mra. Neil £. Salsich,
1909 North Front street.
William K. Uodfrey, of Philadelphia,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kobort G.
Goldsborough, Front and Forster
William 0. Fownes, of Pittsburgh,
was a week-end guest of Mr. ami Mrs.
Walter H. Gait her, 205 South Front
Miss L«ightou and Miss Monogban,
of Quaker Hill, X. Y., have returned
home after visiting Mrs. Lyman D. Gil
bert, 203 North Front street.
Miss Grace l'ost. of Hartford. L'onu.,
will arrive on Tuesday for a visit with
Miss Sara Cooper, t amp Hill.
Miss Margaretta Fleming, 111 State
street, will leave to-morrow for New
Miss Margaret MacLareu. of St.
Paul, Minn., will leave to-morrow- after
a visit with Miss Margaretta Fleming.
11l State street.
James Bovd, 124 Pine street, will re
turn on A'eduesday from Southern
Pines, North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marcellus, 22S
Woodbine street, have returned from a
week's visit in New York.
Mrs. George Shull, Mr. aud Mrs. Ira
Shull and Miss < arrie Shull. of New
port, have returned home after a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Horting. 506
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Leidy, 1236
Deiry street, have returned from a visit
W. W. Fagiey, of Bloomsburg. was
a recent guest in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. 11. E. Moses. 719 North Second
Mr. and M;s. John K. Bowman and
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Delanev are at
their Harrisburg residence, SOS North
Second street, after a short stay at their
country place near Aqueduct.
Mrs. Ben Byers and sons, Ben and
Gerst. 2004 Green street, returned last
evening from a several days' visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Leidy and daughter.
Agues. 2030 Green street, are visiting
Harry Kougli, 1501 North Sixth
street, has returned from a several
days' visit t.< Philadelphia.
Mrs. Ralph Bowman and son, John,
of Millersburg. were the guests of rel
atives in the city on Saturday.
Mrs. J. Laniiis Seitz. 914 North
Sixth street, is convalescing from a
recent operation at the Harrisburg lios
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bentzel. 440
Crescent street, motored to New Ox
Herbert W. Dean, traffic supervisor
of the Hell Telephone Company, left
last week to join a party of Philadel
phia friends .i» a trip to the Panama-
Pacific Exposition. They went via the
Panama canal, and will return overland.
Mrs. Charles K. Imbrie and two
children. Mary and Elizabeth, ot' Au
burn. X. V.. wil arrive this week for a
visit with Mr< Irabrie's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel W. Fleming. 104
Mr?. J. Xbrman Sherer has returned
to her home in Beliefonte after visiting
Mrs. A. Wilson Norris. 207 S >uth
Judge Samuel J. M. McCarrell has
returned from a short visit with friends
Miss Bessie Mae Carter, supervisor
of the Englewood hospital, Englevvood. 1
X. J., returned yesterday after spend- :
inj: a few days with her mother. Mrs. :
Hare. Walnut and Aberdeen streets. i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Black, 311 .
Walnut street, and their guwts. Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Deihl, of Altoona.
have gone to Atlantic City.
Miss Florence H&rner. 1450 Mar
ket street, is spending some time in
John P. Gallagher and son. Bernard
Gallagher, 1536 Regiua street, are
home after spending a week with rel
atives in Hazletou and Mr Ado©.
Miss Esther Stuart, has returned to
her home in Mt. Alto, after a visit
with Miss Mellie Reigle, 14 46 Market 1
Mrs. Mary J. Sourbeer has gone to
her home in Marietta after visiting
her daughter. Mrs. William Harper,
351 South Eighteenth street.
Mrs. Elizabeth Punk, of .luniata
«ountv, and her daughter. Mrs. Me- \
Cluny Radcliffe. of Philadelphia,
spent the week-end with Dr. and Mre. !
David S. Punk. Second aud Pine
Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Sparrow, and
son. of Washington, D. motored
here Saturday and are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tomlinson, 259
John Wierman. of Gardner, who !
was the guest of hie son. J. Emory
Wierman. 2033 Penn street, returned
home on Saturday.
Mrs. Hiram Shenk. 2TI Hamilton
street, has returned from a visit to
Columbia and Lancaster.
Martin Cox and daughter, Miss !
Katharine Cox, 202" Penn street, have j
gone to Xorristown to attend a wed
Joseph Thompson, of Xewville. is
the guest of his niece. Miss Louise
Melvor, 1727 Xorth Sixth street.
Miss Elizabeth McLain, of Stewarts
town. en route to her home from Lew
utown, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Odin Hoffman, 140 Sylvan Terrace.
William McCorkle, of York, spent
yesterday with his mother, Mrs. Jacob
McCorkle, 2035 Penn street, who has
been ill for several weeks.
Mrs. John H. C\jrry, 2210 North
Fifth street, has returned from a visit
W. B. Crawford, of Renovo, spent
yesterday with his daughter, Mrs. J.
Odin Hoffman, 140 Sylvan Terrace. '
Mr. and Mrs. George Petrie. 1743
Xorth Sixth street, spent the week-end
in Mt. Holly.
Miss Kit Irene Porter, 1502 Xorth
Sixth street, has returned from a visit
to Philadelphia and Lancaster.
Mrs. Terry Miller, of Hagerstown,
en route to Tyrone, spent Saturday
with Mrs. John H. Curry, 2210 Xtrtrth
Miss Xold, of Leetonia, 0.. i
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Thomas
Reisch, 1311 T)erry street.
Mrs. John Buffirvgton. 2>204 Xorth
nfth street, was a recent visitor to
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lehman, 4401
Crescent street, spent the week-end at!
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Huber and j |
daughter, Mildred, who were the"!
guests of Mrs. Huber's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Pennell, 1525 North
Sixth street, have gone to Chambers
burg for * visit ibeifore returning home.
Mrs. Charles 'Bell and daughter,
Dorothea, of York Haven, have return
ed home from a visit with Mr. und
Mrs. Thomas Bell, 1437 Market street.
Mrs. H. E. Moses, 719 North Sec
ond street, has returned to her homo
after a ten days', visit in Bloomsburg.
John Carruthers. who has completed
his first year in Princeton Theological
Seminary, is at home with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Carruthers,
1350 Btate street.
Miss Ethel Fair, of Old Orchard,
is at home after a visit in Philadel
H. E. Moses, of the State IVpart
nient of Health, has gone to Newport,
to take care of the typhoid epidemic
there, where fifty-two cases have been
latw re nee Robbins. of Springfield,
Mass., is the guest of his brother,
Frank A. Robbins, Jr., 1517 North
Mrs. Charles A. Disbrow and Miss
; Anna Connor. ISI3 North Frout street,
are visiting Miss Connor's mother in
Jersey City, N. J.
Ralph Hesser, 1209 Swatara street,
has returned from Norfolk, Va.
Harold Earp. of State College, is
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Earp, 1323 Derry street.
Edwin Fisehler, 1207 Swat-ara
street, has returned from Providence,
Mrs. I. Watson has returned to
Huntingdon, after visiting her mother,
Mrs. Lewis Shimmel, of North street.
Mr. a n,l Mrs. William King Swart/,
have returned to New York after being
guests'of their relatives, the Rev. Wil
liam Swart z and family, 1156 Mulber-1
Mrs. William Harper, 351 South
Eighteenth street, will leave to-morrow
to spend a week with relatives in Mari
Luther Hooker, of New York, is the
! guest of his parents in Steelton.
Mrs. Annie Reed, of Pittsburgh, is
the guest of Mrs. David Bar ringer,
i IS4O Derry street.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuhn, Twen
tieth and Swatara streets, are homo
from a visit with the former's parents
Miss Verna Kishel. 21ti South Thir
teenth street, is spending a week in Al
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCanna, of
Columbia, are guests of Miss Emma '
McCanna, 1 ">0 1 Derry street.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Weaver, 1913
Market street, have returned from a
week's stay iu New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Hiokok, Mr.
anj Mrs. Carl B. Ely. Mr. and Mrs.
Frauois ,1. Hail, Mrs. Martin E. Olm
sted and Miss Marian Watts spent the
week-end on a motor trip to Virginia.
Commander Douglas Eugene Dis
mukes, l\ S. N., arrived here Friday
night from Washington, where he went
after landing from Cristobal, Canal
Zone, last Monday with Mrs. Dismukes
aud their ehiKtren. Judith, Lee and
Douglas Eugene Distnukes, Jr., he will
visit Mrs. Dismukes' parents, Mr. aud
Mrs. N. 1. Hench, 1015 North Front
Mrs. Lyman D. Gilbert. 203 North i
Front street, an i MSara Wiernian, i
lit) Pine street, are at Galen Hall, j
Mrs. Henry Hare. Walnut and Aber- |
deen streets, left yesterday for a short!
stay in New Y'ork City.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Spicer, 313
Walnut street, who were guests at i
Galen Hall. Atlantie City, have re
Miss Eleanor Leonard, a student at
Columbia University, spent several days
last week with her pareuts, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Leonard, 1729 North Sixth
Mrs. Annetta MoCahan. 2i>oo North
Sixth street, spent yesterday at "Mid
Miss Josephine Hull and Miss Edna
Wolfensberger. of Irving College, spent
the week-end with Miss Minnie Bow
man, 227 Maelay street.
"AHtil'S" STAFF MEETIXti
Held at Home of Samuel Froehlicli on
' Saturday Evening
The semi-monthly meeting of the
••Argus" staff was held Saturday night
at the home of Samuel Kroehlieh, 1111
Market street. (Members for next year 's
staff were proposed and their names will
be voted upon at the next meeting of
the staff. More than three hundred and
fifty dollars has been handed in so far
for subscriptions to the commencement
"Argus'" aud it was decided to publish
the commencement number.
Plans for tne annual "Argus" staff
banquet were completed, after vvhioh
refreshments wore served. Those pres
Karl Peters. Smu.ker. Paul
Clouser. Raymond Meek. Daniel Burk
hokler and Samuel Froelieh. The next
meeting of the staff will toe held at the
home of Ellwood Baker.
THE NEW SPRING j
Show the smartest designs, the
greatest number of colors and com
binations and present the largest
showing of authoritative shoe styles
shown in Harrisburg.
Moderately Priced, Too
BOOT SHOP |
•JSHO Market St., Harrisburg, Pa. i
ABSOLUTELY FREE FOR A NAME
Send in the Name M!|*
You Suggest Today
READ BELOW .
We have just closed a I : HH *f|
contract with one of the largest
factories in the world for a new
j lMaver-piano. This instrument will
be lmilt especially for us. according player action is
= to our own ideas. It is destined to simple, responsive and durable. Jt
| become the most popular player- plays full 88 notes. You can play it
j piano in this section of the State, perfectly and with the greatest
owing to its very low price and ex- <>ast> le '^ lß * time y° u try.
i traordinary quality. The Price, tAATSIO orMore
No Interest * J || K Gash,
The price of this new No Extra, Is $lO Monthly
player-piano is to be $395. We 12 Music RollS) Benc h and Scarf
want a suitable name for it, and we . Included
will give one of these player-pianos, , .
, as shown in the cut, absolutely free, iniS IS an OppOT
to the person submitting the name t unity tor some one to get one of
whieh is most suitable. Anyone, these players FREE. All you have
, , ' to do is to t lnnk ot a name and send
anv where, mav send a name. •*. • v • 1:1 *
, ... SM.HU jt UK Sanies now in use like An-
T , . . . gelus, Cecilian, Pianola, Playotone,
lnis player-piano will etc., may not be used,
stand for honest merit, at a most Only one name from each contest
moderate price. The quality of ma- ant. Disinterested judges will se
terials is sterling throughout. The leet the winner. In case of a tie,
( case is simple, but the finish is duplicate awards will be given. Fill
beautiful. It is medium size, and out the coupon, or exact copy, and
the tone is true. mail to-day. All answers must be
in not later than Monday, May 17,
Address all answers to 1915, at 9 P. M.
Jf, I 1J- H. Troup Music House,
.Hi TROUP l v™ s !' Harrisburg ' Pa -
Mild!* UnilCK? 1 this name for your
IfIUOIU HUUbt new $395 Player Piano
/MI \ My Name
(1 roup Building) J
15 S. Market Square Town R. F. D I
Harrisburg, Pa. I 1 have Piano Organ
400 DANCE AT PARK OPENING
Large Crowd Trips Light Fantastic at
Fort Washington to Strains of
A large crowd attended the opening
of Fort Washington I'ark 011 Saturday
evening. More than 400 chtneers
tripped to the strains of Loeser's string
orchestra. The park has been remod
eled at a great expense bv the owner,
Henry J. McDonald, of this city, and
at present is one of the most beautiful
parks in this section of the State. Al
ready Mr. McDonald lias most every
day during June and July booked for
One of the features is the service
given bv Superintendent Bishop, of the
Valley fraction Company, and the park
can be reached every seven minutes.
After the dance special cars are pro
vided for the crowds. Loeser's orches
tra will furnish the music for the danc
ing during the season and on Thursday
evenings during June and July a full
brass band will assist in the playing,
when there will be continuous music.
PARTY FOR EDITH MORTON
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Entertained in
Compliment to Little Daugnter
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morton enter
tained at their home, 23 .South Eight
eenth street. Friday evening, cnm,li
mentarv to tleir little daughter. Edith,
in celebration of her 10th birthday an
niversary. The gaests included:
Miss Janet Wanl, Miss Agues Cor
bin. Miss Irene Sweeney, Miss Helen
Morton. Miss Mary Starry, Miss Ida
Hweuey. Mr. anil Mrs. Kre.l Wahl and
Mr. and 'Mrs. Morton.
Ladies Tennis Tournament
The ladies tennis tournaments will
be held at the Country Club 011 Thurs
day afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock.
All those wishing to enter the tourna
ments are asked to send their names to
IMiss Virginia Hargest King, 1600
North Second street, not later than
Wednesday evening. *
.Mr. and Mrs. Ilomer P. Shreiner,
1324 /Carker street, announce the birth
of a son, Homer l\ ( Jr., Thursday, May
6. Mrs. Shreiner was Miss Ella Boas,
of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Lny G. Flood, 1847
State street, announce the birth of a
daughter, Jane Elizabeth, Thursday, May
6. Mrs. Flood was Miss Alice Arinent
prior to her marriage.
Under new management and re
niodeled. Dancing Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday evenings. /
H. George Hess, Floor Manager.
Thursday, May 13
MRS. E. WALZER
27 S. Second St.
Pennsylvanians at the Fair
Recent arrivals at the Panama-Pa- j
cifiv International Imposition from rlie
"•tali 1 of Pennsylvania are: Mrs. 11. A.
Johnson. Harvey Johnson. A. I'. Blind,
Miss K. Blind, Mr. and '.Mrs. John J.
Lyons, 'Miss'Margaret Stevenson, Mrs.
1). A. Stevenson, Pittsburgh; Mr. ami
Mrs. B. R. Sheldon. Miss N. Sheldon.
Miss Elizabeth .1. Strong. Miss Eliza
beth .1. Belding, Miss Nineatha Belding,
nil C'itv; Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Taylor. K.
Pittsburgh: Joseph K. Dixon, fitlward
Ij. Webb, A. I!. Hurley, Henry Prank
Singer, Philadelphia; Mrs. I* <•. Pepiper
dav. Miss Ruth Pepperday, Latra'ber;
J. B. i.\k>i 'une, Greenville; Edwin Vol-i
Announcement is made of the mar
riage in Elizabeth, \. J„ of Miss Bes
sie Mae Stager and Charles Hembrow,
both of this city. The ceremony xvas
performed by the Rev. Newton Mercer!
Simmonds. pastor of the First Baptist
church. There were no attendants. Im
mediately after the ceremony Mr. and,
Mrs. Hembrow left for a wedding trip
and on their return will reside at the |
Marlborough apartments, 89 Westfteld j
street, Elizabeth, X. J.
Sunday School Class Meeting
' lass 23 of the Willing Workers of
Camp Curtin Memorial church met and
organized at the home of Mrs. W. Cris
well, 551 Woodbine street, Saturday!
evening. Those prosent were: Presi
dent, Miss Ruth Seabol l'; secretary,j
Miss Magdalena Cluck; treasurer, Miss |
Hettie Stemler. and collectors, Miss!
Ruth Magee anil Miss Elva Shoe- j
Brecknock. May 10.—Miss Irene
Rover, of this plane, and Charles P.
Oberholtzer, of Bowmansville, were
married Saturday evening at ;he par
sonage of the First Reformed church j
by the Rev. Martin Schweitzer, with
the ring ceremony. A reception was'
held to-day at the home of the bride, j
The groom is one of the leading school i
teachers of the county.
LAWYERS' PAPER BOOKS
Printed at this office in best style, at j
lowest prices and on short notice.
HUNTINGDON CO. SPRAYING u
Dartes on Which State Agents Will
Make Their Visits
The second week of spraying demoiV-5
strations by the representatives of
Bureau of Zoology of the Departments
of Agriculture was announced to-day/
by state Zoologist H. A. Surface to be-,
gin May 17. At these demonstration*
the spray material is made that is moit
use! ul and economical in preventing
damage by the codling moth and other
insects and diseases, and the first sprav
ing for the pests of the fruit is shown
in detail. The demonstrator will l>4
present, rain or shine, and will com
mence his talk anil practical
stration promptly at 1 o'clock on t)ief
days mentioned. Among the nearby
counties on the schedule is Huntingdon
county, lor which J. S. 'Hochlander is
demonstrator. The dates in Hunting
don county are -
Tuesday, May IX. Rufus E. Millet'"
Wednesday, May 19, O. M. Wright,
Thursday, May 20, <ieorge P. Irwin/
Held For Court
John Miller, alias John Willey, wa»J
held under SI,OOO bail for court at a»
hearing before Alderman Hovertei'4
Saturday, charged with removing and;
displacing switch signal light*. Miller*
was arrested Thursday night by Po
licemen Morrissey and lirove, of the.
Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
School of Modern
Learn the new steps before
you go to the mountain or sea
shore for your vacation.
L. P. Dickey
MM NORTH SECOND ST.
Bell I'honr 3»(7J. Private studio