The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, May 25, 1915, Image 4

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404 North Second Street
tße Fitted In a Summer
> Net Corset
Triple wire or walohn stays.
All who seek perfect fitting sat
isfying corsets are invited to join
our list of pleased patrons..
Made to Order or Ready-to-Wear
$1.00... to.. . $30.00
Supporting, Maternity and Surgical
Corsets a Specialty
Corsets and Brassieres fitted free.
You Will ■
Under-muslins \ j
In Combinations; jtjVT" Jvv J \ , /'l |\J
Night Gowns; j f [\
Covers; Princess .
Slips. » V
The Newest of Neu) York Styles
"The greatest silk hose value in the world."
"Fine lisle hose for discriminating dressers."
Pleasant Affair Arranged in Celebra
tion of Their Wedding Anniversary
and the Birthday Anniversaries of
Their Belatives
Mr. and Mr?. Willis F. Snyder will
entertain at dinner and cards at their
home in Sununerdale to-night in cele
bration of their fourth wedding anni
versary and the birthday anniversaries
of the former's mother, Mrs. Isabel
Snyder, of Bellefonte. and Mrs. Sny
der s father. William 1. Palmar, of
The house will be prettily decorated
with spring flowers in a color scheme
of yellow and white, and yellow and
white will be used in the table appoint
ments. The guests will include Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Snyder, Mrs. Isabel Sny
der, of Bellefonte; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Palmar; Mr. and Mrs. William I. Pal
mar, of Mechaniesburg; Miss Edith
it". Miss Olive Snyder. Mrs. Martin
lioss. Mr. ill I Mrs. Haker, Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Mehring, Hummelstown,
Miss Sara Ntupp, Mi.s Lizzit Kbv, Mr.
and Mrs. John Miller. Mr. and' Mrs.
George Kreider and Mr. and Mrs. Willis
I'. Snyder and little son. Robert.
Dinner at Executive Mansion
Governor Martin Ci. Brumbaugh en- j
t'Ttuined at dinner Ht the Kxecutive
.Mansion last evening in honor of the!
members of the Supreme Court. The !
favors were American Hrautv roses anil I
Post Toasfies ACJMk
New Post
distinctive. *
•Dainty to be sure in their sweetness, the New Post Toasties have a body
<ni(l firmness that don t mush down when cream or milk is added; and a true
lipe-coin fla\our that makes one feel that here, at last, is something really
new and good to eat.
• /
New Post I oasties selected Indian corn, prepared for the table as it was
never prepared before.
Your grocer has them now.
Buy and Try and Smile Awhile
[ covers were laid for Chief Justice J.
| H. Brown. Justice S. 1-ieslie Mestrezat,
j William P. Potter, John P. Elkin, John
! Stewart, Robert Von Moschzisker and'
| Robert S. Frazer, Jasper Y. Brinton,
j Attorney General Francis Shunk
Brown. Highway Commissioner Robert
! J. Cunningham, Judge Thomas D. Fin
letter, Robert W. Gawthorp, Second
| Deputy Attorney General William M.
i Hargest, J. Levering Jones, Deputy j
j Attorney General William H. Keller, 1
|M. C. Kennedy. Judge George Kun-!
| kel, J. Banks Kurtz, Judge S. J. M.
! MeCarrell, Lewis S. Sadler, Judge Wil- j
Ham H. Shoemaker, John C. Swart-ley,!
j Secretary of the Commonwealth Cyrus
; E. Woods and Acting Private Secre
| tary Paul N. Furman.
Ceremony Was Performed by the Rev.
P. H. Balsbaugh
Miss Mabel Alberta Felker, 1529
North Fourth street, and George Syl- !
vester Pulton, Duncannon, Pa., were I
married yesterday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the home of the bride's
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Peter H. Balsbaugh of the Sixth
Street 1". B. church in the presence of a
few friends and the immediate mem
bers of the family. Mr. and Mrs. Fill- ;
ton are "at home" to their friends at i
1611 North Sixth street.
Samuel Handier Entertains
j Members of the Phiioniau Debating j
I Society were entertained at the home
of Samuel Handler, 1219 North Sec- |
ond street, Saturday evening. Those i
present were Sam Froehlich, Ed. Roth, i
William Bingham, Paul Walters, Her- j
bert Springer, Clarence Cooper and I
Samuel Handler.
How Famous Actresses
Banish Superfluous Hair j
Betty Lorraine, the popular actress
who won fume In "The Little Parls
lenne" and other comedies, writes: "The
atrical women arc now using: a remark
able prescription that acts like magic
In curing all trace of unsightly hair
Krowths. It is Mrs. Osgood's Wonder.
Unlike tlie electric needle. It can be
used with perfect safety. Unlike evll
smclllng depilatories, it doesn't burn
the skin. 1 used It first over a year
ago and have not had a trace of super
fluous hair since."
Mrs. Osgood's Wonder Is quite Inex
pensive and is sold by Kennedy Drug
Co. and H. C. Kennedy and other up
to-date drug stores. Signed Money-
Back liuarantee in every package.—Adv.
First ot. Series of Affairs in Fourth
Reformed Church
The first* of a series of entertain
ments to be <riven by the "Minute
1 Men" of the Fourth Reformed church,
Sixteenth ami Market streets, WHS
held in the auditorium of the church
, last night. The program lasted ninety
minutes and was witnessed by 300
! persons.
The entertainment consisted of four
! selections by the Rutherford Y. M. C.
I A. Glee Club, two instrumental selec
| tions by Russell Zimmerman and con
I eluded with an illustrated lecture on
j" Talking Across the Continent" by
; Shirley B. Watts, local manager of
the Bell Telephone Company.
Entertained For Karl Waidlich, Who
Will Leave For Pittsburgh
Miss Irma Williams entertained 'it
j her home, 4-22 South Thirteenth street,
j last night, complimentary to Karl
Waidlich, who will leave shortly for
Pittsburgh, to reside.
The guests played cards after which
a buffet luncheon was served. Those
present were: Misses Cora Swayue,
Nell Shrum, Edith Bberly, Mary Mil
ler, Knola Crouse, Irma Williams, Karl
1 Waidlich, Hoyt Bower, H. Roy
Herbst, J. Randall Kiernan, Jackson
| Waidlich, William Stambaugh and
j James Plank.
Devereaux Players Will Present Play
at Harrisburg Academy
Arrangements have been completed
for the appearance of the Devereaux
Outdoor Play Company at ihe Harris
burg Academy, on the evening of June
2. The company which last year pre
setted "Twelfth Night" will give "As
You Like It" anil all members of the
Academy are working hard to make
this event a greater success than that
of last year.
An improvement over last year's
arrangements will be the stage" two
an t | a half feet high, which was re
cently erected and which will enable
everyone to see and hear with ease. If
| the night should be rainy, the play
I will be given in the auditorium of the
! Technical High School and, in either
j case, the performance will begin
| promptly at 8.15 o'clock,
j Clifford Devereaux will have the
leading role as "Orlando" and Miss
Grace Fisher will be "Rosalind."
Attending Convention at Detroit
B. Boyd Harrington, manager of the
local office of the Packard Motor Car
, Company, left Harrisburg this after- j
| noon for Detroit, Mieh., to attend a
convention of the Packard managers at
! the factory there. He expects to obtaiu
; some very interesting and valuable in
j formation concerning the new twin six
Packard which is about to be put on
the market. He will be away for about
a week.
Birth Announcements
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Daniels, 1823
Zarker street, announce the birth of a
daughter, Esther May Daniels, Wed
nesday, May 19. Mrs. Daniels was
Miss Elizabeth Henry, of Huntingdon.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B Roath, 1806 Green
street, announce the birth of a son,
Walter Herbert Roath. Thursday, May
20. Mrs. Roath was Miss Auna E.
Leach, of Mifflin.
Will Entertain at Luncheon
Mrs. George B. Kunkel, 118 Locust
street, will entertain at luncheon at her
home to-morrow.
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mrs. John Williams, 1924 Park
street, returned last night from a
month's visit with relatives HIU! friends
in Kittanning and Dayton, Pa.
Mrs. John Smith, 35 North Nine
teenth street, left Friday for a two
months' visit with relatives in Tennes
see, Georgia and Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Seidle and
daughter, M:.rjcrie, of I'ittston, are
spending several weeks with relatives in
this city and Camp Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Garvin and Miss Doris
Garvin, of Sharon Hill, are guests of
Mr. ai*l Mrs. Morris Garvin, 12 South
Seventeenth street.
Mrs. S. H. Murphy and son, Richard,
have returned to their home in Kenneth
Square after a visit with Mrs. H.
Hauck, 1614 Berrvhill street.
Mrs. Harris Bell and children. State
street, spent the week-md at Mt. Zion.
Mrs. Ida Dyer, 333 Boyd avenue, has
returned from a several days' visit in
Mine. Jeska Swartz-Morse of the Bos
ton Grand O; era Company who has
been the guesf of her sister. Mrs. Wil
liam E. Friedman, of the Rouearmel
apartments for the past two weeks, left,
to-day for her home in Boston.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. McAllister with
their daughter, Miss Eva Jane McAllis
ter, left to-day to spend some time at
Atlantic City.
Burknette P. Long, superintendent
of transportation in the freight train
master's olhce of the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company, is spending a few days
in Osterlnirg, Blair county.
J. E. Roth, assistant trainmaster of
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company,
is in Baltimore attending the wedding
of his son.
Miss Margaret McGueiuty, of Ma
hanov City, has returned home from
a visit with Miss Margaret McMahon,
North Cameror street.
Earl Stewart, of Philadelphia, spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Stewart, 1604 State street.
Mrs. Joseph Eusminger, 2463 Reel
street, left yesterday for a visit at Phil
Mrs. Taylor, of Orbisonia, is the
guest of Mrs. W. F. James, 1900 North
Sixth street.
Miss Luey B. Crawford, of Enhaut,
spent several days with Miss Cora
Wheelaud in Middletown,
Archibald Black, 201 South Seven
teenth street, is home from a three
weeks' stay in Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dunn, of Wil
liamgport, are guests of the former's
mother, 'Mrs. A. Dunn, South Thirteenth
Mrs. William Raub has returned to
Lancaster after a visit with her, par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Diehl, Brings
Miss Lottie Zerby, of Loyalton, has
returned home after a week-end visit
with Miss Bessie Black, 201 South Sev
enteenth street.
E.J. Kreidler, 1209 Chestnut street,
is in Scranton.
Mrs. Charles Schaup, ?.2 South Sev
enteenth street, has returned from
.Miss Daisy Martin, 45 North Sev
enteenth street, is spending several days
in Philadelphia.
Mrs. W. V. Hummel, of Ridley Park,
is the guest of Mr. and* Mrs.' C. W.
Meredith, 809 Green street.
Arthur R. Meredith, of Buffalo, X.
j V,, real estate agent for the Pennsyl
| vania Railroad Company, spent the
I week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I Meredith, 809 Green street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Binnix, of
I Gary, Ind., have returned from a week
end spent in Atlantic City and with
Mr. Binnix's sister, Airs. John Scott,
1919 North Second street.
Mrs. John R. Henry, of 22 Prospect
street, left to-day for a short visit with
friends in York.
Miss Helen Beddall, of Pottsville, is
visiting Mrs. William J. Torrington, of
Luck now.
The Misses Given, 121 South street,
will spend Memorial Day with their
sister, Mrs. William D. Griffith, or Lin
den, Maryland.
Mrs. Benjamin Watkins, of Pen
sauken, N. J., spent the week-end with
Mrs. L. Esner, 140 7 North Third
IMcmbers of Children's Aid Will Hold
Annual Affair Saturday
A spring vegetable and food sale
will be hold Saturday, May 29, from
12 o'clock noou until' 6, in the building
recently occupied by the Home and '
War Relief Committee, 7 South Front I
The sale will be held for the benefit I
of the Children's Aid Society and !
Mrs. George Kunkel, president of the!
society, and her many assistants are
working very hard to* make it a great i
A variety of fresh vegetables and'
home-made cakes, pies, breads, rolls I
and other delicacies will be on sale.
Fund Will Be Aided By Musical En
tertainment to Be Given To-night
The musical entertainment which is
to be igiven this evening at Old Pax
ton Presbyterian church, at Paxtang,
will be for the benefit of the pipe or
gan fund of that church, a fund which
has been steadily increasing recently.
On the program will be a good repre
sentation of Harrisburg talent. One of
the numbers will be a violin solo by
Miss Lillian Irene Miller, a pupil of
Miss Sara Lemer, and a young lady
who has been playing the violin since
she was big enough to handle an in
strument. She has been appearing as
an amateur at a number of entertain
ments in this city with marked suc
Odd Fellows to Entertain
When members of State Capitol
Lodge No. 70, Odd Fellows meet this
evening in their hall, 304 North Sec
ond street, they will have as their
guests members of the Past Grands'
Association of the Southern District
of Dauphin county and Palmyra Lodge
No. 1132. The third degree will be
conferred upon a large class of candi
dates by the Palmyra lodge. Following
the regular business a smoker and ban
quet will take place.
Frey-Baker Wedding
Walter G. L. Frey and Miss Marjorie
Jane Baker were married this morning
nt 10 o'clock at the parsonage of the
Derrv Street United Brethren church,
by the pastor, the Rev. Dr. J. A. Ly
tcr. After a short eastern trip the
bride will be at her parents' honii* in
This wedk of —l*■ W pnfcnnil White Chinchilla
the famous La Coatß
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KPT T Fi vx.D'nL'iwmr-S s^fjfied business with our greatest asset, ENTHUSIABM AND A FIRM PURPOSE TO
rKICES. Our success is evident—we have the busiest store of its size in the city.
ia W"HOrm Charming Waists
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Summer «wn» Savings / Jfe
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( WKj /MWI' abrmaterSs 1 *>££ ******** (
f / i \ D^o S 5 W -,th h 4n P SK IRTS worth up to »" * izRS - '
\ nivLsary See SILK WAISTS worth
11/ I \ DRESSES worth up
jSfn SSL./ L* niversary' prk-ef" w ?l h 'I 11 to Beautiful stylos in
I | mo ?-.00. .itli Anni- crepe de chine, \ "V, E
,-^Sier 1 - versary price, Gorgette crepe und \X Y '2 i
1 ' / / / I DRESSES worth up ®i tub silks. All new-
P "^- r L r jJss to $6.98. sth An- jpi.UU est ~o | ( )rs. All sizes. \
4?. r* A?r niversarv mice. '
I*) //|\ $3'69 "
HL h Women's Silk Dresses Women's Comb nations Women's Silk Hose
Worth up to $18.98. Wo rth up to $1.25.
Women'* and Missss' Clolh Coats 5 "' A «« ™ l " 1 "" 6 '" r*. ~,
Worth up to $6.98. »th Ann .versary
oth Anniversary price j;JiUj , ' unning st\ es,
*t . fit 1 iji i ii *i handsomely made. Neatly trimmed
WO . OI ser « t ; M'epl-erd plauls. Crepe de chine and with pretty laces and All colors, except-
In P K Hn,t « m " mer st - v,es - taffeta silks, embroideries. AI 1 ing black and white
fi 1 l s * All newest shades. sizes. All sizes.
lI BBlii lil I II illlllll— BW mil iniiiiim wiMiwiißinmi in M
Harrisburg for a week to receive
friends, after which time the couple
will leave for their new home in Rock
ford, a suburb of Pittsburgh.
Charity Bridge at Colonial Club
Members of the Harrisburg Walking
j 1 lub will hold a charity bridge Thurs
day afternoon, May 27, at the Colonial
j Country Club. Play will begin prompt
ly at 2.15 an,l continue until 5 when
j tea will be served. The reception com
mittee includes Mrs. Louis Druniheller,
j Mrs. S. Z. Shope, Mrs. Harry Crane,
i Mrs. George Barnitz and Mrs. William
| Edmundson.
Chief Marshal Hoffman Issuos Orders
to Various Military Organizations
—Parade to Form on Front Street
Monday Afternoon
The complete program for Memorial
; Day was made public yesterday in an
! order issued by E. B. Hoffman, chief
| marshal of the procession which will be
I held Monday afternoon. The order
names as chief of staff, F. H. Hoy;
I marshal of second division, H. S. Wat
son; aids to chief marshal, from Post
58, Charles Beaver, H. W. Snyder,
Frank Eckelman; from Post 116, Rob
ert Daugherty, Henry Burns; from
Post 520, David Stevens and George
Thomas; aids to marshal of second di
vision, from Post 58, George W.
Rhoads, Thomas Numbers and B. Bug
gies; from Post 116, Isaac Haifleigh,'
Joseph Leonard and J ( . D. Saltsman;|
from Post 520, James Auter and Jamesl
The members of the various military
bodies to participate in the parade will
j form at their headquarters at 1 o'clock,
j The parade will form on North Front
street at 1.45 o'clock, with the right
resting on Market street in the follow
ing order:
Platoon of police, band, chief mar
shal, chief of staff and aids.
.First Division—Company D, Eighth
Regiment, National Guard of Penn
sylvania, J. .1. Hartman in command;
Company I, Eighth Regiment, National
Guard of Pennsylvania, Frank E.
I in command; Governor's Troop,
National Guard of Pennsylvania,
(ieorge K. Jack in command; Spanish-
American War Veterans; Veterans of
j Foreign Service; Uniform Rank,
| Knights of Malta; Uniform Rank,
I Knights of Pythias; Sons of Veterans,
j George K. Hoy in command.
! Second Division Commonwealth
[Band; Marshal H. S. Watson and aids;
guard of Post 58; Post 58, H. W.
| Newman in command; carriage contain
ing chairman of joint committee, ora
tor of the day, clergyman and Miss
Wagner; drum corps;' Post 116, Dr.
William T. Hi a hop in command; band;
Post 520, .lames Auter in command;
conveyances bearing sick and infirm j
The column will move promptly
at 2 o'clock out Market street to!
Fourth, over Mulberry street bridge, j
When the right of the line reaches;
Thirteenth and Derrv streets the first i
division will halt and face to the left,'
to be passed by the second division. I
and when the left of the second di- j
vision has passed the first will pro- j
coed to the Catholic cemetery via!
South Thirteenth street. The second
division will proceed up North Thir
teenth street. On reaching State street
the division will halt, face to the left
and remain standing until passed by
Post 520 and the carriages. Post 520
will then proceed to Lincoln ceme
The program of the ceremonies at
the Harrisburg cemetery follows:
Music, assembly, prayer, the Rev.
Floyd Appleton, of St. Paul's Prot
estant Episcopal church; oration, Dr.
George M. Becht, secretary of the State
Hoard of Education; march to burial
If Your HflJr i* Falling Out
we know of no better remedy than
A preparation which we gladly recom
mend to •
<»«orge A. Gorgas
[plot; dirge by band; prayer by ehap-l
I lain, Isaac lfaifleigh, Post 11 H: ad-1
| dress bv commander, H. W. Newman, |
Post 58; General Logan's Order No.
[ll, J. Li. Leonard, Post 116; Lincoln's!
address, N. A. Walraer, Post 58; me-1
morial services, W. H. Moore, Post I
116; William Buggins, Post 58. and i
George W. Rlioads, Post 58; music; sa
lute to the dead by guards of Post 58 i
and Camp 15, Sons of Veterans; bene-i
diction, the Rev. Floyd Appleton; I
taps, Miss Irene Wagner and staff of j
buglers; strewing of flowers.
total of 210 Lots Now Under Cultiva
tion in Three Vicinities
Two mule teams from the House of >
Employment in charge of the county's!
farmer David (Jill, this morning fin- j
islieil the plowing and harrowing on |
Workers' Garden No. 2 at Twelfth and j
('alder streets. The total number of'
lots now under cultivation in the Ben
evolent Association's three gardens is
Workers' Garden No. 1 at Thirteenth
and Hemlock, contains thirty-seven lots
worked by thirty-six families. Garden
No. 2, Calder and Twelfth streets, will
number 110 lots, each worked by a fam
ily, after to-day. Garden No. 3", Seven
teenth and Brookwood streets, numbers!
sixty-four lots, worked by as many
TNpW tlo Tissor shrdl taun tapuntaunuh
E. B. Buckalew, Former State Y. M. C.
A. Secretary, Gets New Post
B. B. Buckalew, who became well
known in tnis city while State secre-
Additional 25c Sale
Items on Page 12
Women's Lisle Hose Colored Dress Goods
In the 25 C Sale In the 2 5<* Sale
Fancy hoot lisle hose, with .50,. all wool challia. Wed
pmk, sky or lavender tops nesday only, yard, ... 25tf
and black hoots; green top 3 9t . navy serge> Wedne £
with sand hoot or pink top day only, yard 25£
and grey boot. Special Wed- 7 5c stripe voi i e- VVednes
llPofja,Vi , (lay only, yard, 25f^
38c black silk lisle fashion- 59c brown Panama. Wed
ed hose. Special Wednesday nesday only, yard 25*
on| y
Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart nesday only, yard, 25^
Street Floor. fcfFDives, Pomeroy & Stewart
—————— Street Floor.
In the 25<* Sale Black Dress Goods
40c black satine. Wednes- In the 25£ Sale
day only, 25$ 75c all wool black French
SI.OO ready-made waist lin- voile. Special Wednesday
ing. Wednesday only,. only, 25< I II
&>c Shepherd check satine. _
Wednesday only, 25? " St6Wnrt '
M Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart
Street Floor.
Women's Union Suits
111 the 25* Sale
Children S Vests White cotton ribbed union
In the Sale suits, sleeveless and lace trim
10c white cotton ribbed med; knee length; extra sizes
sleeveless vests. Special Wed- 42 an d 44. Special Wed
nesday only, 4 for nesday only, ... 25^
tiTDives, Pomerov & Stewart " Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart,
Street Floor. Second Floor.
I Ladies' and (jl-entle
men's Straw Hats
cleaned, pressed and
reshaped no injuri
ous acids used and
first - class workman
ship guaranteed. Give
us a call and be con- \\
& CO.
305 Marktt Strut
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tary of the State Y. M. C. A., has ac*
cepted a position as secretary of the ex.
| tension department of the /Moody Bible
Institute at Chicago. He was State Y.
M. C. A. secretary in this city from
1899 to 1909, and for the past six
years has been general secretary of the
Y. M. C. A. of Scranton. His new wortt
will tbring him occasionally to this city;