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can dance whenever you want.
And it's such superb dance music
that you want to dance pretty
All the newest dances—played loud
and clear and in perfect time.
Come in and hear the latest dance numbers,
and let us demonstrate the different styles of the
Victrola —$15 to $250. Easy terms if desired.
J, H. Troup Music House •
15 South Market Square MMW
S OCIAL and PERSONAL
DINNER GIVEN LAST NIGHT
AT CLUB BY F. W. FLEITZ
Elaborate Affair Was Held at the Har- j
risburg Club, With Prominent j
State Officials and Men of the City i
Frederick W. Fleitz entertained at
dinner at the Har risburg Club last
night. Covers were laid for Chief Jus
tice Brown, Justice Potter, Justice Elk
in, Justice Stewart, Justice Mestrezat,
Justice von Moechaisker, Justice Fra
zier. Judge Kunkel, Judge McCarrell,
Attorney General Brown, Secretary of
the Commonwealth Woods, Auditor
(leneral Powell, Lieutenant Governor
McClain, Fisti Commissioner Buller,
Banking Commissioner Smith, John
Price Jackson, John S. Fisher, Senator
Sproul, M. C. Kennedy, William N.
Trinkle, E. J. Stackpole, Thomas
Lynch Montgomery, N. H. Langham,
Joseph B. McCall, Spencer C. Gilbert,
Lewis B. Sadler, Colonel H. C. Trexler, i
General Thomas J. Stewart, Deputy At
torney General Hargest, Deputy Attor
ney General Keller, N. E. Hause, Ralph
J. Baker. W. A. Magee.
Miss Loeser Entertains
Miss Helen Loeser entertained at her j
home, 2120 Green street, Monday night
the members of the Queen Esther Cir
cle of Fifth Street M. E. church. The .
party wa s fiiven in celebration of Miss
Loeser's birthday anniversary and was I
a delightful affair. Those present j
Miss Eleanor Snyder, Miss Elizabeth i
11 inkle, Miss Mildred Harvey, Miss |
Elizabeth Hinkle, Miss Mary Herbert,
Miss Eleanor DeSilvey, Chester Long,
Chester Bratten, Grant Renn, Paris
Rapp, Mr. and Mrs. William Stoner,
Mr. and Mis. William Stoner, Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. Geary Miles.
HARRISBURGERS AT PAIR
Keystone State Well Represented at
Among the recent arrivals at the
Panama-Pacific Exposition from the
State of Pennsylvania are:
Mrs. M. L. Young, Elizabeth R. Re
bamnn, Germantown; Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Wright, Conshohocken; C. W. j
Cochran, L. Y. Cochran, W. L. Cochran, I
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Munro, Miss]
Helen A. Munro, Miss Mary Murton, i
Henry E. Colo, F. W. Ochscnhert, Jr., j
Mrs. M. H. Lockhart, Miss Jane Lock
liart, Miss Edna Lockhart, Pittsburgh;
William P. Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs.
A. McClay, Miss Anna Mc.Clay, Phila- ,
delphna; Miss Belle M. Schwarz, J.
Grant Schwarz, Harrisburg; M. E. ]
Loftus. Joseph H. Glennon, Pillston.
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PUPILS OF CAMERONSCHOOL
Boys and Girls of Miss Lillian Fitz
immons' Room Presented Interest
ing Program This Afternoon, As
sisted by Newell Albright
A splendid program of music, songs,
readings and other interesting numbers
was presented at 2.30 o'clock this aft
ernoon at the Cameron school building
by the pupils of Miss Lillian Fitfsim
mons' school. The following numbers
Singing, "God Guard Columbia,"
school; Memory Gems from, Paul Law
rence Dunbar, ®oyd Yontz; Alice Carey,
I<ee Smith; selected, Israel Kerson;
James Whitcomb Riley, George Dolby;
Robert Browning, Ralph Roebuck;
Charles Kingsley, Albert McKec;
Prances Bourdillon, Joseph Fox; Alfred
Tennyson, Irvin King; "Othello,"
'Shakespeare, Milton Hargest; "Mer
chant of Venice," Shakespeare, Harold
Diffenderfer; recitaticn, • "Hepatica,"
school; singing, "Over the Summer
Sea," "Believe Me, If All Those En
dearing Young Charms," school; reci
tation, "Gettysburg Address," Lerov
Consylman; Story of Sir Galahad, Fred
eric Martin; Story of the Madonna of
the Chair, Esther Koons; Story of the
Sistine 'Madonna, Dorothy Singer; sing
ing, two-part exercises, 'pages 53, 84,
139, school; Stories from Famous Pic
tures, The Aurora, Guido Reni, Harold
Diffenderfer; £ong of the Lark, Breton,
Mildred Gutman; Dance of the Nymphs,
Corot, Israel Kerson; Shoeing the
Horse, Landseer, Emma Murray; Story
of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Margaret
Moorehcad; Story of Ghiberti's Gates,
Gertrude 'Hazen; Story of Millet, Ar
mond Baumbach; singing, "Sweet and
Low," "Just a Song at Twilight,"
school; Famous Sculpture, Pieta, Dor
othy, Martz; Victory of Samothrace,
Romaine Best; Faun of Praxitiles, Jen
nie Bonawitz; Apollo di Belvedere,
Helen Crane; Hermas of Praxitiles, Mil
dred Romberger; Flying Mercury, Emily
Smith; Caryatid -"rom Erecthcum, Ruth
Hindman; singing, two part songs,
pages 16 and 65, "The Sparrow,"
"Up Through the Yielding Air,"
school; music, Newell Albright; Famous
Sculpture, Laoccoon, Florence Mark
ward; Minerva, Florence Missemer;
Perseus, Dorothy Myers; David, Grace
Ulsh; Venus di Milo, Gertrude Bastian;
Diana of Versailles, Minerva Buttorff;
Niotoe, Catherine Watt; singing, two
part songs, pages 88 and 125, "All
Hail Great King," school; "Santa
Lucia," school; Famous Places, Colis
setim, Charles Steiger; Minute Man
John Skane; Old North Church, Wil
liam Phillips; Leaning Tower, Ralph
Ensnnnger; Giotto's Tower, Abram Red
mond; Pantheon, Paul Dombrowa; Lion
of Lucerne, Charles Sanders; singing,
three part exercises, pages 133, 113
115 and 13 4, school; naming pictures,
school; music, Newell Albright.
Members of Missionary Societies of
Fifth Street Church Held Annual
Affair Last Night
A mite box opening and missionary
meeting of the Woman 's Homo Mission
ary Society anu Queen Esther Circle of
Fifth Street M. E. church was held
last, evening at the church. The Rev.
Edwin A. Pyles conducted the devotion
al exercises, after which a program of
vocal and instrumental selections, read
ings and addresses' were given. Later
refreshments were served in the social
hall to the following guests:
Mrs. W. H. Yocum, Mrs. J. W. Fin
ton, Mrs. Bert Lightner. Mrs. W. H.
Finton, Mrs. Harry Page, Mrs. John
Core, Mrs. Walter Yocum, Mrs. Ed.
HABRISBURQ STKRINDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1915.
No Puffed-up, Burning,
Feet —No Corns or
"TIZ" makes sore, burning, tired feet
fairly dance with delight. Away go the
aches and pains, the corns, callouses,
blisters, bunions and chilblains.
"TIZ" draws out the acids and poi
sons that puff up your feet. No matter
how hard you work, how long you dance,
how far you walk, or how long you re
main on your feet, "TIZ" brings restful
foot comfort. "TIZ" is magical, graud,
wonderful for tired, aching, swollen,
smarting feet. Ah! how comfortable,
how happy you feel. Your feet just
tingle for joy; shoes never hurt or seem
Get a 25-cent box of "TIZ" now from
any druggist or department store. End
foot torture forever—wear smaller
shoes, keep your feet fresh, sweet and
happy. .lust think! a whole year's foot
comfort for only 2 5 cents. —Adv.
Forney, Mrs Frank Smiley, Mrs. James
Pennell, Mrs. Charles Mart;?. Mrs. Har
ry Shutt, Mrs. Shaub. Mrs. William
Fenstamacher, Mrs. Don Manahan, Mrs.
Kied Sears. Mrs. Edward Klinepeter,
Mrs. Harry Smith, Mrs. Ralph Selmyer,
Mrs. Howard Townsend, Mrs. David
Ahn, Miss Ruth Stoner, Miss Mary
Garverich, Miss Helen Yocum, Miss
Margaret Shoaff, Miss Nora Bennett,
Miss Kthel Hall, Miss Hazel Soibert,
Miss Fraim, Miss Ruth Sterringer, Miss
Harriet Rhine, Miss Eleanor Shoaft'.
Miss Helen Ijoeser. Eighty mite boxes
were turned in at this meeting, from
which was received S3O.
Mrs. Torrington Hostess
Mrs. Frances J. Torrington enter
tained informally at luncheon at her
home "Clendennin" to-day, compli
mentary to Miss Bedall, of I'ottsville.
On Your Spindle
A Nurse says:
"I have been a trained nurse for some fifteen years,
and like many nurses, drank strong coffee. About
two years ago I had to call a halt. I missed my
coffee until some one recommended Postum, which I
have used ever since, recommending it to many of
A Teacher says:
"I have been a coffee drinker ever since I can re
member. I have been teaching school for sixteen
years, and became more and more nervous. I could
not sleep. After reading some of your literature I
decided to try Postum. I have been using it about
thirty days; my nerves have improved; I have no
headache; sleep peacefully, and am able to do my
school work better."
A Doctor says:
"I often find it necessary to prohibit the use of coffee
for my patients, and have advised the use of Postum
with good results to the nervous system and diges
When tjie time comes that you want to get rid
of coffee troubles, quit coffee and use
—the pure food-drink.
Made of wheat, roasted with a bit of wholesome
molasses, Postum is entirely free from the coffee -
drug, caffeine, or any other harmful substance.
Both POSTUM CEREAL—which has to be boiled—and
INSTANT POSTUM—made in the cup instantly—are delic
ious, nourishing, and cost about the same per cup.
"There's a Reason" for POSTUM
—sold by Grocers everywhere.
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Misg 'Mary Neeter and Miss Helen
Neeter, 1427 North Sixth street; Miss
Verna 'Miller, 2340 North Sixth street,
and Miss Maud Sites, 1003 North
Sixth street, left to-day for Scranton,
where they will attend the marriage
of Miss ElizqJ>eth Campbell to R. P.
Miss Helen Chandler, 2316 North
Sixth street, and Miss Elizabeth Felten
berger, 611 Muench street, spent yes
terday in Washington.
Miss Mary Evans, 267 Sassafras
street, left yesterday for Scranton,
where she will serve as maid of honor
at the wedding of Miss Elizabeth Camp
bell this evening.
Charles Fisher, 2106 North Sixth
street, spent yesterday in Washington.
'Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gutman anil
Miss Mildred Gutman, 1937 North Sec
ond street, are home from Baltimore.
Miss Florence Harner, 1450 Mar
ket street, is the gufst of friends at
Mrs. .John McKennick, 429 Hum
mel street, is visiting at Goodyear.
'Miss Jrma Moore, of New Cumber
land, has returned from a two weeks'
visit at Pine Grove Furnace.
.lames telephone inspector,
and Thomas J. Kline, station lineman
for the Pennsylvania railroad at ban
caster, are spending several days at
Chicago and at Hawthorne, 111., where
they are visiting the plant of the West
ern Electric Company.
Miss Mary Hanlen, of 108 Locust
street, is spending a few days with
friends in Perdix.
Mrs. Philip T. Meredith, 1605 North
Front street, loft to-day for a motor
trip to Binghamton, N. Y., Monday.
Miss Grace Post, who has been the
guest of Miss Sara Cooper, Camp Hill,
returned to her home in Hartford, Conn.,
yesterday, accompanied by Miss Cooper
who will visit her.
Jacob Fans, 908 Twenty-and-One
half street, has returned from a ten
days' visit to Trenton.
Earl Smith, 690 Schuylkill street,
spent yesterday in Washington, D. C.
MISS MOTE ENTERTAINS
Members of Olivet Club Were Her
Miss Maude Mote entertained the
members of f he Olivet Embroidery Club
at her home. 341 Hummel street, last
evening. Those present were: Miss
Mayme Smith, Miss Gertrude Huber,
Miss Ruth Brasselman, Miss Nettie
White, Miss Katherine Huber. Miss
Cora Culmerry, M ! ss Sarah White,
Miss Elizabeth Wooley, Miss Bertha
Brightbill, Miss T:Hie Kiester, Miss
Yale Alumni Outing
Members of the Yale Alumni Asso
ciation of Central Pennsylvania will
hold their annual outing at the Ingle-
BE FIT! I
Life's First Command!
A large proportion of human inefficiency must be charged
to the train of ills resulting from a disordered digestive tract.
Weakened by rich foods and over-eating, it becomes clogged
and, if neglected, it poisons the blood and throws the entire
system out of harmony. Blotches appear on the skin, a dull,
grouchy feeling develops, often accompanied by sick head
ache. The enjoyment of pleasure and the accomplishment of
good work become equally difficult. Of greater importance
still, the foundation for a severe illness is often laid.
Avoid all these effects. Take Beecham's Pills at the first
symptom of indigestion, biliousness or constipation. They are
a safe and sure remedy that has stood the test of over 60
years. Made entirely of medicinal herbs—absolutely free
MO.R.Q f rom habit-forming drugs.
~ For a clear complexion, for good digestion and for a life
worth living, take
I "The Largest Sale of Any Medicine in the World" At All Druggists, 10c, 25c.
Directions of special value to women are with every box
nook (Jinb Wednesday, June 2. Auto
mobiles starting from the Harrisburg |
C'lul) at 2 o'clock will convey the mem
bers to the club house, fifteen miles up j
the Susquehanna, where the afternoon |
will be spent and supper servcil.
Mountville, May 26. —A pretty wed
ding was solemnized in the St. Luke'sj
Reformed church yesterday, when Miss j
Gertrude M. Hahn and Arthur N. Fritz, I
of Lancaster, will be married by the I
Kev. William P. Lichliter, pastor of the i
Lancaster Reformed church. The at
tendants were .Miss May K. Myers, a
niece of the bridegroom, and Charles
l.iebold, of Lancaster. A reception fol
lowed at the home of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bentz O'Don
nell, 1105 North Front street, announce]
the birth of a daughter, Genevieve
Klizabeth O'Donnell, Wednesday, May!
12. Mrs. O'Donnell was Miss Hilda
Marzolf prior to her marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goldsborough,
Front and Forster streets, announce |
the birth of a daughter, Tuesday, May
Announce Birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heigh, 33 North:
Kighteenth street, announce the birth
of a daughter. Anna Louise, Monday,
Decoration Day Will Be Observed on
"pwinl for <!S!,'>mlonce
Linglestown, May 26. —Decoration
Day will be observed on Monday at this
place in the afternoon. There will be a
baseball game between Progress A. (!.
and the Athletic Club of town. Captain
N. W. Moyer will have charge of the
tiring squad and will decorate the
graves at 6.30 p. m. in the evening.
The Ladies' Bible class of the Unit
ed Brethren church will hold an ice
cream and cake festival for the benetit
of the class.
A number of friends and relatives
of this community attended the funeral
of John Yeager held from his daugh
ter's residence, at Riverside, on Tues
day. Interment was in the Willow-
Grove cemetery, of this place.
Mrs. Levi I'otteiger, who was
brought home from a Philadelphia hos
pital last week, is in a serious condi
Mrs. Robert Hocker and Mrs. John
Kill the Bugs
Kill 'em—don't count them.
I Free your premises of all these
! pests and make your home your own.
Bed Bug Killer
will do the work.
Will not rust nor corrode metal.
Forney's Drug Store
426 MARKET STREET
Save On Coal
People used to wait till
Winter to buy coal. Nowa
days the lower prices that go
into effect April 1, make it
profitable for them to fill
their bins for cold weather
early in the Summer.
Kelley's hard pea coal is
now 25c cheaper. Kelley's
furnace sizes are now 50c
But don't delay too long
for all coal prices advance
H. M. KELLEY
1 N. Third Street
Tenth and State Streets
Shop lev on Monday attended the funeral |
of John Ltudwig hold at Harrisburjj.
Mrs. Matilda Hliuey spent several
days of this week with friends at!
Irvin Koons, of Penbrook, on Mon- j
| day was a visitor here.
! William Harrison, of Harrisburg, on
j Sunday was the guest of Miss Jessie j
Miss Anna Mehring, of Harrisburg, I
lanil Miss Hess Early, of Hainton, on i
I Sunday were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
j William h'ceser.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank George, the j
I newlyweds, returned home on Suhday !
after spending their honeymoon at i
J John Walmer, of Ono, 011 Monday '
visited friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Orris and son.'
iof Harrisburg, 011 Sunday were the j
quests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orris.
I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warner, of I
I Penbrook, 011 Sunday were the guests
|of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson (ieorge.
Miss Mabel Fceser, Miss Marion i
Smith, Miss Myrna Speece and Dr. B. j
! Brown 011 Sunday were the guests of i
1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hicks at Perdix.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hcpford, of!
I Harrisburg, 011 Sunday were the guests j
of Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Zimmer
| Mrs. Christian Lyter, Mr. anil Mrs.}
I John Urieh, of Pleasant View, on Tues-
I day visited friends here.
Miss Lillian Hain, of Hainton, was
the recent guest of her sister, Mrs.
Roger Mountz Severely Injured at Hin-!
kle Manufacturing Plant
Mei'hanicsburg, May 26.—Yesterday
I Roger Mountz, an employe at the Hin-
I kle manufacturing plant, received a so i
j vere injury to his foot bv the fall of
a heavy sledge hammer on it. He was |
assisting Mr. Stanslield in lixing a tire. |
'Mr. Stansfield was using the hammer
and it fell, striking Mr. .Mount/, on his
right foot, cutting a deep gash and
badly bruising and crushing the foot.
He was given surgical aid and it is
thought no bones arc broken, but he is
The local G. A. R. will hold j
Day services on Saturday and our citi- j
zens will participate in in the services.
However the banks, business houses
and posfoftice will not be closed on Sat
urday but will be on Monday.
Mrs. Sarah Brown returned to her
home in Lancaster to-day after spend- I
ing several weeks in this place the I
guest of her granddaughter, Mrs. Robert j
H. Ross, South Broad street.
Mrs. T. D f Orris anil daughter, Miss!
Margaret, Were visitors to Harrisburg j
Mrs. Andrew Sheall'er spent to-day in
Carlisle, where she visited friends.
Mrs. E. A. Bennett was a visitor to
Mrs. Robert H. Ross and daughter,
Sarah Anna, and son, Robert H. Ross,
Jr., are visiting relatives in Lancas
To-morrow evening, Christie Mac-
Donald in "Sweethearts."
livorv afternoon and evening, vnudn
villi; and pictures.
William Penn Theatre
Music lovers and pursuers of the
gracefully comic are looking forward
with anticipation to the appearance
here Thursday of Christie Macl>onald
in Victor Herbert's operetta "Sweet
I The Herbert score is characteristic
of the genial Irish melody maker. There
obvious liberality in the equipment
and a large and well drilled mixed
chorus is given plenty to do in the way
of original and fetching "business."
—Adv. * •
Moving Pictures Via Shadows
A new kind of moving pictures are
being offered at Colonial I'heatre the
first three days of this week. They
reach the screen by meauis of shadovvs
thrown from behind, and the pictures
presented are interesting indeed. One
iif the pictures shows the sinking of a
battleship an li the waving of the Unit
ed States Hag after the battle has been
won. This never fails to bring big ap
plause from the audience. This is only
one of four good acts being presented
at the Colonial. To-morrow there will
be a new show at the Colonial. This
will be headed by the Seven Bracks,
one of the greatest acrobatic novelties
in vaudeville. The Seven Bracks have
played all of the biggest houses on the
Keith circuit. —Adv. *
Another Great Paramount Film Play
This Afternoon and Evening and
To-morrow at the Regent
The Regent theatre will present this
afternoon and evening and to-inorrnw
one of the Paramount film productions,
as you well known, of the best films
made in the world. Bosworth will pre
sent "Buckshot John," by Charles K.
Van Loan, a highly dramatic story,
with many unusual features and a re
liable cast. The (dot is most original;
centered, is it is, around two unique
characters desperado, who is later con
victed, and a polished charlatan. There
are a number of daring scenes on mov
ing trains, fresh and wholesome love
story, a theme which at once attracts
end holds the audience, a sympathetic
central character superbly played by
Hobart Bosworth, a strong supporting
cast headed by Courtenay Foote and
photography so Hue that it sets a new
standard even for Paramount produc
tion. Friday, "The Olemeneeau Case,"
Alexandre Dumas' masterwork, power*
ful story. Adv.*
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Open WedneNtluy and Saturday
Evening* Until U
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10 cts to $3.00
HOLMES SEED CO.
100-8 South Second Street
Open Saturday Evenings
"As Good as
When so many dealers
are trying to sell their
pianos by describing
them "as good as the
Stieff" —why not find
out how good the Stieff
really is ?
"The Piano With the
Sweet Tone'' that's
Light terms of pay
CHAS. M. STIEFF
212 North 2nd Street