The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, May 14, 1915, Page 3, Image 3

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May Clearance Sale of Suits and Coats
Bought at underprice—being sold at underprice—All new late models for va
cation, motoring or travel — $25.00 foi>the best COAT, SUIT or DRESS in the
house and every price below.
Vour choice of best suit in tho house in all new | Black and white stripe voile dress—Eton effect —
shades ami materials including silk poplins. Former all sizes. Special, CRJ Q 6 *
prices $45.00, $4250, »3». 7 5 ami $35.00. Spe
cial 5»25 OO White voile dress—trimmed with neat laee and in
v sertion—silk girdle. Special $7.95
English tweeds, the nobby suit for summer wear, ! *
in tan and grey. Special at $18.75 & $21.50 „ Jap' silk dress iu black and white from 16 to 44.
* ™ * ! Special at CfJ fCA
New military model in blue, black and check —braid . «pv.i»v
trimmed; 115.75. Special at . . . $15.00 Special lot of house drosses from 50 to 56 bust
Numerous models in all colors and new materials; llt —7s£ and SI.OO
were $19.75 ami $15.00. Special at . , . , . _
» a»-in s-rv Katine skirts, pocket and button trimmed. Spe
sß.oo, SIO.OO and $12.50 ,™i :
Palm Bench eloth suits in tan, grey and pin stripes. ,
The ideal suit for summer, motoring or travel. New scallop skirt, heavy white linen. Special,
$8.50, $11.50, $13.50 $2.95
New black tiiffeta coats with plain and now Puritan Numerous other models in P. K., Goltine, Katine and
collars. Special at Sl7 50 novelty weaves
Wfc> I ~, , t , ' , $3.50, $4.50, $5.00 and $6.50
White chinchilla and serge coats, fancy and tailored 1 1
models. Special at .. . ! $12.50 and $13.50 Waists of striped voile in black, blue, green and
pink; white collar and cuffs. Special Q££
Go 1 fine coats in all new colors and white. Special «px.C7*j
at SIO.OO Striped tub silk waists, assorted colors. Special.
Palm Beach dresses in all sizes from 16 to 44. in $1.95
tailored or fancv model. Special at j. New box plaited waist in maize, pink and white
$7.50 and $9.50 |j crepe de chine. Special at .. $3.50 alu i $ 3 .7 5
WITMER, BAIR 202 Walnut Street
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Anntsl Luncheon Held at Home of tie
President. With Dr. Lewis S.
Mudge as the Quest of Honor—
Decorations of Blue and Silver
The Central Pennsylvania Wilson
College Club held its annual luncheon
yesterday at the home of the president,
•Mrs. Howard Oniwake. Riverside.
The guest of honor was tie Rev. Dr.;
Lewis S. Mudge who spoke of the needs
of Wilson College with regard to the 1
endowment and how tie standard has
grown within the last few years.
Decorations of blue and silver, pre- 1
vailed in the table appointments and ;
the guests were .Mrs. Howard Omwake,'
Mrs. J. S. Omwake. Shippensburg: Mrs.' ]
William Jennings. Miss Helen Espy,,
Mrs. Walter Fosnot, Middletown; Mrs. s
Bran it. Mt. Joy: Mrs. Thomas Leidy,
Reading: Mrs. Hoflfer. Steelton: Mrs.
Gillespie, Chambersburg; Mrs. William
Bennett, Miss Eleanor Duncan, Ship
pensburg: Mrs. Boyd Harrington, Mrs. -
Harper Spong. Mrs. Kaufman. Cham- *
bersburg: Miss Dunlap, Walnut Bot- c
torn: Mrs. Milligan. Newport, and Mrs. j
William S. Snyder.
Mr. and Mrs. Koons Give Fete
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Koons. 2121 <
North Third street, entertained the j
members of the Junior Department of :
Second Reformed Sunday school at a
May party on their lawn, from 4 to 7 i !
o'clock yesterday.
Tho*e present were tie Rev. Mr. and ]
Mrs. Harry Nelson Bossier, Mr. an i s
Mrs. John Plowman, Mrs. Elmer }
Johnson. Mrs. Harrv Yingst. Mrs.. c
Robert Watts. Mrs. Alvin Weiver. Miss' :
Eida stambaugh. Miss Elsie Watts. | ]
wishes to convey t<> yon with appropriate emphasis,
the fact that they now have on displav the "FLEXO"
adjustable, fitted top petticoats at.!
in a full variety of shades and stvles.
1 /«v What is "FLEXO"?
f/ £Yn3S
<£• mercerized
A ' material,
-t~7 fVlf. /fllL \ unexcelled for practical wear "FLEXO" is
•si?? / a t' etti, ' oat tljat adjusts itself to all waist
4 measures. Fits without a wrinkle, and sold
/ff with a guarantee for good long service. Trim
n!P|l w ith a flounce of unusual beauty, and
designed to produce the fashionable fullness.
Ifßa* "FLEXO" may be had in the following
J B ]!s%. Sand Tipperary Green Black
Jill IB tUftVw, Belgian Blue, Battleship Gray, Military Blue
TlAlso in the verx latest designs of Pekin
a>t washable, including
of Hie very newest combination effects. Verv
appropriate for Summer wear, and the only
fitted top petticoat that will wash and iron
• You will never go back to the ill-fitting
USF string top petticoat, if you buy the "FLEXO."
Ki Look for the "FLEXO" Label in the Waist
i Schmidt's Saturday Specials
SCHMIDT 313 Market Street 1
FLQKIST P- R- R. Station
Mi<s Ida Sowers. Miss Anna Dimm. ]
Miss Edna At tig. Miss Elizabeth Koons.
Miss Goldie Wentz. Miss Emily Watts, i
Miss Catharine Plowman. Miss Louise
Koons, Miss Evelyn Yingling, Miss
Marian Bassler, Miss Sura Herr, Miss j
Louise Knisely. Miss Katharine Weiger.
Miss Esther Steever. Miss Edna Lebo.
Mis< Alice Sparver, Miss Mary Larch.
Miss Helen Dewalt. Miss Pauline Bair, |
Miss Beatrice Plowman, Miss Esther,
Koons. Miss Bertha Blumenstine, Miss
Olive File, Miss Lillian Espenshade.;
Miss Marie Weiger, Miss Gladys Tet
low. Miss Ida Depew, Miss Jennie
Bonawitz. Miss Esther Yingst, Miss
Thelma Himes. Miss Leah Tewson, Miss!
Esther Frank. Miss Fannie Weaver, j
Miss Sara Wolfe. Miss Grace Speeee,
Miss Hermione Blumenstine, William
Starnbaugh. Robert Johnson and Wesley !
Harrisburg Girls Students at Dickinson
College Take Part—Roberta Reiff
Queen of May
Miss Roberta Reiff, of New Cum- j
berland. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Reiff. was crowned Queen
of the May, by fellow studeuts at Dick
inson College, Carlisle, when the May
Day celebration was held.
Dances, drills, an old English mas
que. the royal procession and a May j
pole dance were features of the cele- '
bration and besides Miss Roberta Reiff j
and Miss Janet Reiff. of New Cumber
land. were participated in by Miss .
Mary McMahon, Miss Eleanor May, [
Miss Margaret May, Miss M.ibel '.'lark »
and Miss Elva Lippev, all of this city. !
Miss Lippey, salutatorian of the .-lass 1
of 1914. Central High school, assisted
the business manager. Miss Phyllis
Members of Zion Evangelical Church of
Penbrook Enjoyed Annual
, The Christian Endeavor Society of
; Zion Evangelical church, Penbrook.
' S ave an outing to its members and
friends yesterday. A large auto truck
ij conveyed the party to Orr's Bridge,
| where fishing and other outdoor pleas
ures were enjoyed and supper was
served. Later in the dav the partv
: was invited to the home' of Mr and
Mrs. Knupp. Orr's Bridge, where a
pleasant evening was spent. Those
present were:
Misses Annie Ludwig. Helen Garber
j ich. Lvdia Garberich, Clara Garberieh,
Jennie Shatzer. Hannah Shive, Esther
Shive, Vera Speas, Marv Speas. Marv
Sempht, Margaret Klaiss, Irene Weid
man, Ida Richards. Francis Yingst. Mrs.
Yingst. Mrs. Smyser. Miss Caroline For
ney: Frank Da pp. Charles Yingst. Jesse
• •arverich, William Garverich. Harry
Fisher. Edward Geary. Fred Weidmaii.
1 Herman Wagner, Osear Moore and Wal
j ter Knupp.
Emmanuel Hoffman, Eighty-seven Years
of Age, Guest of Honor at
Family Dinner
[ Emmanuel Hoffman celeibrate.l his
,8. th birthday anniversary at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. W. F. Feindt
1 IS 11 Regina street, to dav.
Mr. Hoffman, who makes his home
with his daughter, has been a lifelong
resident of Dauphin county, is a retir
ed Pennsylvania railroad man, and was
an employe of the eompanv for fifty
years, retiring in IS9S.
In celebration of his anniversarv
Mr. Hoffman was guest of honor at a
family dinner held at noon at tie home
ot Mrs. Feindt. which was attended
by his three children, C. J. Hoffman,
passenger conductor on the Pennsvlva- I
ma railroad: William Hoffman, deputv
of Dauphin county, eight 1
grandchildren and eight great grand
children. 6 I
Present Clever Program of Drills
and Dances In Tech High
School Auditorium
i One of the most successful and de
i lightful entertainments ever given in
the city was heid last night in the
auditorium of the Technical High
j school when the business girl's »vm
• nasium of the Y. W. C. A. presented
! a program of drills, dances, sketches
and music. The entertainment was
given under the direction of Miss Mar-
I jorie Holies, and every number won
rouud after round of applause from the
lanje audience,
j The "kitchen orchestra"' directed
i by Miss Clara Wolf, as John Phiiip i
I Sousa was one of the hits of the even
! '"g while the "portraits of 1750 and
1915" and the "Mid-Summer Revel"
were most attractive and very cleverly
| presented.
Mr. and Mrs. Monismith Entertained.
Friends in Honor of the Event
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Monismith en
tertained at their home, 1606 Hunter
street, Tuesday evening in celebration
jof their tenth wedding anniversarv.
' The house was prettily decorated with
spring (lowers and the guests enjoyed
music and games, after which refresh
-1 meats were served. Those present
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wolfe and
family, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Heiges and )
J family. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Luigard,
Mrs. Palmer and family, Mrs. J. Straw
; liecker, Mrs. R. Strawhecker, Mr. and I
Mrs. William Runkle and family, Mrs.
Frank Thompson and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. William Monismith, Mrs.
Elizabeth Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Young, Mrs. Maynard Myers and fam
ily, of Camp Hill; William Meals, War
[ ren Monismith, Raymond Monismith,
| William Young. Leroy Strawhecker,
Nolan Zeigler, Misses Emma Smith, Olive
j'Holly, Marv Beistlinc, Ruth Drake. Ada
i Whittle. Francis Peck ami Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Monismith.
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Howard H. Mwir, of Williamsport,
upent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs.
Johu K. cjauter, 2510 North Sixth
I jitreet.
Harry Hartzell, 2141 Jefferson
street, is spending several dtvs in
j Pottsville, attending, the Knights of
; Malta convention.
The Rev. W. W. Sholl, of Dunean
non, spent yesterday with friends in
the city.
George Wharton. 554 Woodbine
|! street, is representing the lodge of the !
Golden Kagles at Lebanon.
t'harles L. Voder, of Philadelphia, !
is the guest of his parents, Mr. and 1
, Mrs. C. W. K. Yoder, 116 Herr street.
Mrs. Edwin Pisi'hler. 1207 Bwatara
street, is vitiitiiu/ her dautrhter in '
| Tunkhannock.
Mrs. Clayton C. Forney, 85 North !
i Seventeenth street, has returned from ;
a with her daughter at Lynch- j
t burg. A'a.
Miss Mae Thompson, of Williams- |
| town, is the guest of Miss Mellie |
Reigle, 14 46 Market ntreet.
Miss Minnie Livingston, Miss Emily I
j Livingston and Miss Miriam Beck, of !
; Burchtield street, have returned from j
i atteniling a hoime party at Pleasant :
View cottage, Trindle Springs.
Dr. A. P. Stover, of Carlisle, spent !
yasterdav with friends in this city on
his way from Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Klias Mountz, of Boiling |
! Springs, and Miss Sara Kaufman, of
Ohambersburg. have,returned to their I
homes after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. I
E. K. Mountz, 1700 Regina street.
Miss .lulia Fetin, 7 North Front
! street, has returned from Philadelphia |
and Asbury Park.
Mrs. S«'ott Leibv, of MsrysviHe, is I
the ijuest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Lewis Tyson, 406 Briggs street.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Koenig, Green
street, are home from Philadelphia and ;
| Atlantic City.
Mrs. P. McEntee has gone to Chcs- I
ter after spending several weeks with I
i her mother, Mrs. John McGeehan, 1616 ;
| Market street.
j Mrs. William Traxler, of Carlisle, j
is the gtient of her son. William Trax- j
ler, 375 Burchtield street.
Mrs. Jesse Noel, of Spokane. Wash., |
1 who has been visiting relatives in !
j Boiling Springs an.l this city, left for !
her home to-day accompanied bv her
brother, Frank Mountz. of Boiling ,
Springs. They will spend a month in j
Kansas City and will attend the San
Francisco exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Hortiing, 309
i Market street, are visiting in New- :
j port.
Mrs. Ernest T. Whiteman, of Car- |
1 bomiale. is the guest of her parents, '
| Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Miller, 1900 Mar- '
ket street.
Miss Clara BeU. of Second and
Chestnut streets, is visiting relatives ;
in North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bohn, of Mar- j
ietta, have been visiting Mrs. A. B. j
1 Hanlen, 108 Locust street.
Mrs. Sara Forney. 511 South Thir
teenth street, has returned from a visit
with relatives in Huntdale.
Miss Alice R. Eaton, chief librarian
of the Harrisburg Public Library left
j to-day for a short stay at her home in
: Titusville.
Mrs. H. C. Sessaman, 11 South
Nineteenth street, is visiting relatives
j in Baltimore.
Mrs. Thomas Keane, of the Delmar
• apartments. Second and Locust streets,
; is entertaining her mother, Mrs. Doyle,
of Pittsburgh.
Miss Mollie Bagshaw. of Chester,
1 has been visiting her father, Sergeant
at-Arms Ragshaw, of the Senate.
Mrs. Frank B. MeClain has returned
to Lancaster, after spending the week
here with Lieutenant-Governor MM- i
Mrs. J. W. Endsley and daughter, |
Miss Mary Endsley, who have been i
spending the winter at 401 North Sec- j
| ond street, will return next week to '
, their home in Souierville, Somerset (
Entertained the Five Hundred Club
Yesterday Afternoon
Mrs. Fred London entertained at
| five hundred at her home, 22S South I
I Fourteenth street, yesterday afternoon, j
j Following the cards, refreshments were '
[ served. Those present were:
Mrs. Charles Schaup, Mrs. Philip !
•Hall, Mrs. John Graham. Mrs. William '•
Morrow, Mrs. Russell Balsiv, Mr-. Wil- I
liain Drinkwater, Mrs. Aaron Brown, !
Mrs. Edward Marklev, Miss Mabel
j Morrow, Mrs. William Shrenkengust
and Miss Verna Miller.
McQuate-Crain Wedding
Miss Eleanor P. Crain, 114 Linden,
street, and Roy C. McQuate, son of j
j Mrs. Leah McQuate, 55 Balm street, j
i were quietly married Wednesday even- j
ing at the parsonage of the Christ Lu
-1 theran church, the Rev. Thomas Reisch. j
the pastor, officiating. The bride wore
; a traveling suit of blue, with hat to I
match, and was unattended. Mr. and j
Mrs. McQuate will defer their wedding 1
: trip until later in the summer and for |
; the present are residing at 55 Balm j
| street.
The Kind of Food That Will Keep
You Well
The true way is to find out what is 1
best to eat and drink, and then culti
vate a taste for those tilings instead of
l>oisoning ourselves with improper, in
digestible food, etc.
A conservative Mass. woman writes: :
"I have used Grape-Nuts 5 years for
the young and for the aged; in sickness
and in health; at first following direc- j
tions carefully, later in a variety of !
ways as my taste and judgment sug- |
"But its most special, personal bene
fit has been as a substitute for meat, 1
and served dry with cream when rheu
matic troubles made it important for
me to change diet.
"Served in this way with the addi- j
tion of a cup of hot Postum arftl a little |
fruit it has been used at my morning I
meal for six months, during which time j
my health has much improved, nerves j
have grown steadier, and a gradual de- |
crease in my excessive weight adds !
greatly to my comfort."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. Read, "The Road to Well
ville,' in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
worth up to ~ ■" 1 worth in. i«
Made of good DON'T FORGET < n iaq jilqi DON'T FORGET ZH 1
liou'nres! "We Advertise the Troth—The Troth Advertises Is"
Values for Saturday That Spell "Economy"
r . ———■ / 1 \ .< »
■[ Women's & Misses' Women's and Women's and Women's and
H . A Misses' Misses' Misses'
Sort* (id Gaits ""ft#*"
\pl At Immense Price Cj 7C ,Br '° 89c
T iWJ \ Savings p , . , $d 7*» Lingerie. voile
Jflkilf . r \' w,n,t ™ *tyh\ mate- j„ Black .lap I'rettv belt- 'vuists. Newest
rml ami ,M,lor ,H ,lr "'- Silk. Neatly ed styles; nil * tylw ' A " ■»'*«»
lSuits now CJ JO £T ,ed ' A " SVie t SILK
Wtl,\ rtAm- waists
Wry IVI I Worth up to $13.98 SILK CREPE CHINCHILLA «!) nn t0
fe i 1 -J Unites ..->»• tf»n 4fk DE CHINE COATS
BL-. I OUItS now $9.49 DRESSES Worth up to CI QQ
Rf> x" B „• . , Worth $10.!) 8 $ 12.1)8 tfl.OJf
PI .7 c I« -x "p 1 $9 98 $8 71 hST
TvJ it | Suits now C/ 4JQ T, *' J ''V„ hi,u '' Kor
/I * L H «P I »•»%/ Hand soin e Fla re and K*'tte crejw and
lit I Worth tip to $30.00 stylos ~,,.1 belted l£j!^ n '? u
/I I I \ Ca^S 110 XV $2.90\ s — : '
I I J» I j Worth up to $5.00 White and Colored
(7 fc Ooats now ft? Q/) Was^ bl ®, ? resses JSf y
B ij)D<ttsU At Splendid Savings
L r f if Worth up to $7.98 Every style taste can be suited
/ | in our large assortment oi styles
k Coats now $A Ql) materials. aSgf
/_JJ Wtmt/V Dresses worth up to 4><y q/j Ja~lAt\ jSJnj
00 Worth up to $9.1)8 $3.98 übii/l/ aMP
v 1 Dresses worth up to (f> o /)t\ 'Q 1 ™ ™
Women's and Misses' COMBINA- Handsome White Knihroiitereil (li fl -nil ■
T»T.«nci TION SUITS Voile Dresses at || II I II Ik
Cloih Dress ok!rts worth si.o ct qw tl . oq qq II i I lv?
Very Much Reduced in Price 89c *' - - tO^ U - |II Hr
Skirts worth up to $4 tf» fOQ l.aee and em- Wash Dress Skirts ;|II Mi
Newest styles, in all «P I .0" rned! \ll aizes Newest styles, materials and
wool >St-rpes, blaek and white colors, offored at unusual savings. I *1 \
cheeks and mannish Worsteds. CORSET Skirts worth up to $1.25 Q .) 1/ /j«\\\|\\a
Skirts worth up to s:> Ofl U lli,P , . :,ml
Materials of men's a-i": 1 " 1 1 ,,1 ° ." ,n l teri " l »:
wear Serge and noveltv weaves; es ' waist bands. f /W
in all regular and extra size waist "trim- °Xt *i Q <- «7«a
V'ands. mod. All sizes. SA. 1«J lip to Jp4.St7 »a
| Final Junior Girls Contest Will Be
Held cn Friday. May 2t
Miss Lucille Smucker, Miss Eva |
! Fannce, Miss Jeanette (Master. Miss
| Sara Maloney, Miss Cornelia Brown.
: Miss Marjorie Ha use and Miss Gertrude
i Wilson were winners in the preliminary
I contest for girls of the Junior class of
I the Central High school, which was
j held Wednesday night in the auditor-
I ium.
The finals will he held Friday alter
noon. May 21. at 2 o'clock and the j
judges are Mrs. William Henderson,
Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones and Mrs. I
John W. Reilv. A. Carson *tamm will j
award the prizes.
" i
Mrs. James Stewart Hostess
Mrs. James L. Stewart entertained at j
a bridge luncheon at her home, 1920:
Market street, yesterday. Frizes were i
won by Mrs. N. T. Heisey and 'Mrs.
Floyd Hopkins. Those present were: I
Mrs. I-:. S. Joseph, Mrs. James Hatz.
Mrs. X. T. Heisey, Mrs. Kdgar Smith, j
: Mrs. Charles W. Montgomery. Mrs.
Floyd Hopkins and Mrs. Ralph West- j
j brook. j
i [
To Have Pretty Hair
It' your hair is not as soft, and
pretty, or as fresh and full as that of ]
some friend, do as she does—give it i
daily attention, just tlfe same care |
you would give a plant to make it |
grow healthy and beautiful. Luxuri- i
ant hair —soft, fluffy, thick and lus- '
I. trous —is really a matter of care. If !
j it is too thin, stimulate the hair roots |
' and bring out the new hairs. If it is 1
j too dry atid brittle, soften it np—
j lubricate it. If you have dandruff j
j it's because the scalp is too dry and i
j flakes off. Freshen tip the scalp and |
all dandruff disappears.
Ail inexpensive tonic, called Paris
ian Sage, which you can get from '
H. Kennedy, or any drug counter, !
I is just what you need —it softens I
| the scalp, nourishes and invigorates i
! the hair roots, immediately removes '
| all dandruff and makes the hair .
i fluffy, lustrous and abundant. One j
application will stop itching head '
and cleanse the hair of dust and
excess oil. Parisian Sage takes away
j the dryness and brittleness, makes
! the hair seem twice as abundant and
' beautifies it until it is soft and
i lustrous.
By the use of this helpful tonic
any woman can easily have beautiful
hair; and pretty hair will surely in
| crease charm and beauty.—Adv.
1 To the Man Who Needs Glasses
I To the Woman Who Needs Glasses
I We Make a Silent Appaal
| Eyes Examined mm
a, free. No drops l|L
* ised. Glasses fitted %11/ SMg *
Win gold filled H %
frames for reading jag
or sewing, as low
Rubin & Rubin
3!iO Market Bt., Second Floor.
Open Wed. and Sat. Evenings.
| Bell Phone 2030-W.
He Entertains Heads of Committees and
Capitol Hill Correspondents
The guests of honor at a small dinner
given by Charles A. Aiubler, Speaker
ot' the House of R e.p reseat a fives, in the
J lower Hall of the Board of Trade Inst 1
I evening, were the mem'bers of the Penn
sylvania Legislative Correspondents*
j Association, the heads of the House
Committees, Lieutenant Governor Me
| Chun an 1 a few of Speake Ainibler's
House lieutenants.
It was an informal affair and as a
| consequence there was a relaxation
j from duties, impromptu shaking and
song. The room was decorated with
j flags :ind 'bunting and great vases ot
I spring flowers. Many congratulatory ,
i toasts were tendered the Weaker, and 1
I'the record he has made in the chair was
! the subject of much good-natured com
i nient and praise.
! Speaker Ambler replied briefly and
in turn spoke of the aid given him in
j his responsible position by the newspn
, per men. the committee chairmen and
j the men who kept watch on legislation.
! 1
Final Meeting Held Last Niglit, Wlicn
Banquet Was Served
Members of the M. L. O. Club held
their final meeting last night at the
Rutherford cafe. North Second street.,
| ivhere dinner was served. Those pres- ;
cnt were:
Airs, Edward Kirby Lawson, presi
| dent; Mrs. Clarence Towsen, treasurer;
| .Mrs. Lynn Hawbecker, of Hershev;
| Mrs. Nagle Button, Mrs. Bruce Knight.
' Mrs. John Wetzel Jacobs. Mrs. Bruce
j Taylor, .Mrs. E. C. Snyder, Mrs. F. M.
Hunter, Mr.-. Charles Wagner and Mrs.
| I'aul Wallower.
j Finals Were Played at Country Club
This Afternoon
The preliminaries in the ladies' ten
' nis tournament were played yesterday
|at th.- Country Club. The semi-finals
land finals were played to-day.
In yesterday's games Miss Martha!
I Fleming defeated Mrs. Ross Hickok, i
, 6-0, ti-4; Miss Helen Hammond won by j
| default from Miss Frances Bailey and |
Mrs. Henrv Blake Bent by default from
Miss Katherine Etter; Mrs. Henderson ;
Gilbert won from Mrs. F. I). Carney,
S-6, 1-6, 6-4; Miss Virginia King de
feated 'Miss Emily Bailey, 6-0, 6-1. '
Announce Birth of Son
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Anderson.
1193 Christian street, announce the
i birth of a on. Paul Richard Anderson, 1
I Thursday, May 13.
Home From New York
Miss Sara Friedberg. 912 North
•Sixth street, has returned from a se.v
eral months' stay in New York Citv. I
Opens 'next Tuesday erening. Dan- !
' cing Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
: Charter List of Club Will Be Closed
I The charter list for the Reservoir
j Tennis C'lub will close to-morrow after j
j which the increased membership rates ;
1 will become effective. To date more j
j than sixty enthusiastic men and gfrls
| have-filed requests for lockers in the I
| clubhouse and most of them ha,ve re- !
' ceived their keys. Those who have not
yet taken out their keys may have
them upon application at the park of
fice in the Calder building.
After to-morrow the membership
fee 1 will be raised from $2 annually
to |3 for the men anil from $1 to
j $1.50 for the girls. The keys for the
girls' side of the clubhouse have not
yet arrived although they are expect-
I ed at the park department offices most
any day.
I nder now management and re
j modeled. Dancing Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday evenings.
Loesor's Orchestra
Which Will
You GhoosaP
Which will you choose, Mr. Man,
when it is again your turn to buy
a pair of shoes? Will it be the best
- -Walk-Over Shoe —or will it J>e a
shoe of indifferent make, quality and
reputation? The requirements of the
feet, the demands of the taste, the
desire for thorough shoe satisfaction,
I are nil answered by Walk-Over
j Shoes.
Walk-Over Boot Shop
32a Market St., Harrisburg, Pa.
■ j fw.\ 25c
I '!' <! 1 Each
i Uiki J $22.50
your friends and save them
money. For sale by
E. Blumenstine
Electrical Contractor
14 South Court Street
Harrisburg, Pa.
I he Harrisburg Polyclinic Dispensary
will be open daily except Sunday at
3 p. 111., at its new location, Front and
Harris streets, for the free treatment
of the worthy poor.