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Tmrks and Tartars at Basketball Practice The first basketball practice of the MWOD for the Turks and Tartars of tftw o«Uer School was held yesterday In the gymnasium at Cathedral Hall. Miss Margaret Dale, athletic director of the ■ohool. was In charge, assisted by Miss Constance Ferriday. The Tartar squad includes Mary Boas, Eleanor Etter, Mary Kunkel, Martha Fletcher, Jane Hickok, Marion Whlttaker, Marlon Hean, Annette Bailey, Virginia Bishop, Elizabeth Brandt. Sarah McCulloch, Dorothy Hurlock, Helen Davis and Eleanor Rutherford. The Turks—Jean Davis, Elizabeth Hurlock, Martha Bullitt, Helen Stray •r, Annette Steel, Margaret Bullitt, Dorothea Davis, Esther Bishop, Eliza beth Harris, Kate Darlington and Katharine Mlddleton. Get This For Colds Prescription for Positive Rranlts Don't Elpfrlmtif. "From your druggist get two ounces ] of Glycerine and half an ounce of Globe | Pine Compound (Concentrated Pine). Take these two ingredients home and > put them Into a half pint of good whiskey. Shake well. Take one to two | teaspoonfuls after each meal and at bed ; time. Smaller doses to children ac- ; cording to age." This is snld to be the quickest cough and cold cure known to the medical profession. Be sure to get j only the genuine Globe Pine Compound i (Concentrated Pine). Each half ounce bottle comes In a tin screw-top sealed case. If your drug-gist Is out of stock ' he will aulckly get It from his whole- • sale house. Don't fool with uncertain ! mixtures. It Is risky. For the past six years this has had a wonderful demand. Published by the Globe Pharmaceutical laboratories of Chicago. Every Price Plainly M arked This is but one of the many details which go to make up our One Price System. As far as the price of any instrument is concerned; you are your own salesman. There on the tag attached to the instru ment you can read the ONE PRICE which you or any one else will pay for that instrument. Sigler Quality Is tke Best For tk e p rice No matter what you pay for anything you purchase here; you get the best quality that can be purchased for the amount of money expended. We ask but fair profit from our sales. This store is the Central Pennsyl vania selling agency for the renowned Pianolas, in the Stroud, Stuyvesant, Wheelock, Steck, Weber and Stein way. Time payment privileges are ex tended on the basis of 6 per cent, in stead of the usual excessive rate fig ured by houses not using the One Price System. We leave the decision to you. C A\ VSIGLER* e VC£> V TM/A/G MUS/fAL :ZL3Q Nortk 2nd sr~ Even the Simplest Street and House Dresses 5 made after PICTORIAL REVIEW w VyT PATTERNS have that French chic <?WV\\ and style so much admlr- ll •vvlOv ed by all good dressers. Xiy|»'y #\\ |J/\ We recommend to you "II U j \fyf) to try One of there — j February Patterns [j, I «r« on sal* now, nl*o »h« 111 ||J I jf l\ CELEBRATED (UTJ\W PICTORIAL Vj W REVIEW \J V FASHION Kj / BOOK V JJ when purchased with one 1 \/ PICTORIAL , j I PATT K B N ' Dives, Pomeroy (Sl Stewart P»BINIRUBIH HARRISBURG EYE SPECIALISTS 320 Market Street Seco " <l Fl< sr- phone 2020W lICCI Ooen Wed. and Sat. Evenings. WEDNESDAY EVENING MRS. SIDES' GUESTS AT CARDS HI TEA Invited to Meet Mrs. Harold Porter and Mrs. Ferd Johnston I I The guests this afternoon of Mrs. j Allen Morris Sides, of Riverside Drive, I had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Har j old Porter, who has recently removed i; to this from Germantown. and Mrs. Ferdinand Johnston, of Philadel -1 phla, who is spending a few days with Mrs. Sides. A color scheme of yellow prevailed in the decorations, with spring flowers attractively combined with ferns and stevia. Cards and a tea were enjoyed by | Mrs. Charles S. Rebuck, Mrs. Arthur ! Brown. Mrs. Philip T. Meredith. Mrs. John Barr McAlister, Mrs. William B. McCaleb, Mrs. William Watts Gal i braith, Mrs. Sherman All. n, Mrs. ! Frederick E. Downes, Mr.". C'.arles E. Ryder. Mrs. William Abbott, Mrs. ! Spencer O. Gilbert. Miss Groff, Mrs. | Eesley McCreath, Mrs. Porter. Mrs. | Johnston and Mrs. Sides. Mrs. J. Henry Cochran has gone ; home to Willlamsport after visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. Orville Hickok, ! 111, at Front and Walnut streets. Miss Ruth Brasselman, of 442 South Thirteenth street, was hostess for the Olivet Embroidery club, last evening. 1 Charles Williams. .of Fourth and | Reily streets, has returned to the city ' after a visit to Philadelphia. Miss Rae Snyder, of 127 Balm street, spent several days pleasantly with | Philadelphia friends. FIEMU DECEPTION TO RETIRING Nil The Rev. J. L. Metzger Leaves For New Charge at Rebersburg, Center County A farewell reception was given in Mt* Ol \i°l thP i HeV 'u L- Met zger and Mrs Metzger by the social committee on-..*? Y S"" k Peoples Society of ( hrlstlan Endeavor Tuesday evening. r> . was he!d nt the Parsonage «.?,. stre ® t and w »s a complete surprise to the recipients. After an enjoyable social chat, light refresh ments were served by the" committee in charge. »^ ev - Mr - Metzger has just completed a pastorate extending over a period of nearly ten and a half Ptmhr W J h l ' le ,, Zion congregation of m *? ho °P's Lutheran con gregation and leaves to-day for Re- S ur f' Center county. Pa., from ber i 9 s re „ Ved \ caU Novem -191, - H1 ? pastorate with the iocal congregations closes with sin fr£ni r « Kr M ° n ,, the part of h 's many nnr»V i r J' iletz £«r's place will be uniniiioif r « ard t0 fIH because of her 5 actlv f work in the children's I 1 L ■ e heartiest good late constituents go new field R s ' Metz »«r to their * m ? n ? ti }? se Present were Mr. and >irs. J. -L. Metzger and daughter Re- w Cl \lr i'i? Iet ® r ' Howard Meta ' *,j Mrs. Joseph B. Metzger, ter Bui "kholder and son Wal- G H«n«? f a V. Mr ; and Mrs - Charles Heller, of Unglestown; Mrs. John LvdU S lU i ain G arberlch, Misses ;^ ri ' a - Sarah. Helen and Clara Gar-' i Ir ' and Mrs V. O. Snvder and an a n U J R r h ? lary and Beatrice, ConrZZ Robert and Andrew. Mrs. anJ ni» hT y v ana daughters, Huth Mlas Mn ?, ,/ ?' Geor * o Richards, I p«?op PI " ,c hirds. Stella Richards, Richards. Mrs. Neeter, Frank Sfd vii r Ji Colllnßre> Mrs - Colllnge Pa • of Steelton, p> a Warner and son Leroy, an. iss Ann «e Ludwlg. Mr. f,?>- Charles F. Tingst and daugli , ' Frances. Charles Keener, Irene ShK„ m o n r (j , eors c ? Wetdman, Hannah rfc.Vf C S ar , ,es Shive. Mr. and Mrs. Hn j J* and daughter Mildred, Howard Bixler. Mrs. I. H. Bashore r± 1 SOn „ Char,es - Mr " and Mrs - Ed. mT™' " arvpv No". Mrs. John Noll. m£T r P a A? d Ve / a NoU - Mr - »» d FHx' a h«ih A exarnder and daughter riro c Lo " ,sa K 'chman, Misses , Speas. Mary Speas and Cath arine Speas, Miss Edna Xovinger Mr. j A^ rs ' • Wilson, Misses Erma and Aletha Wilson, Anna Mark. Her- agner ir Jes9fl Garverlch, Ed- T h t™' A ' exa nder Shartzer and daughter Jennie, Roy Hoke, Mr. and Mrs. Reily Welch and daughter . lane. Miss Caroline Forney, Mrs. S A. Ream. Mrs. Harry Delchert. MISSIONARY CIRCLES . ENTERTAINED at parsonage The Near and Farther Light Circles were entertained last evening at the tut S r<K agre u o< L the Market Street Bap tist Church by the Rev. W. H Dall nian and Mrs. Dallman. Election of xn„ ~ re ?, ulted as f «Hows: President, rtlnt m D. Gebhardt; vice-presl • 13 .- •H. Dallman; secretary T info c - Ripper; treasurer. Miss Ullle M. Foillk. Refreshments closed the evenings pleasure and favors In th» Irm1 rm a calendar photograph of and parsonag.e were pre sented to each guest. *^ t w end ? nce were the Misses Mar garet Sheesley, Lillian Free. Caroline D. Gebhardt. Lillie M. Foulk, Mrs. Harry Frank, Anna Barnliart Grace Barnhart, Miss Williams. Gertrude cpr irt L Margaret Spen- T an l r Jones ' Helen ' Ferguson, Helen Jackson, Mary Craig, Pearl Herman, Elizabeth Newcomer. Marie E. Ripper. Elizabeth Bender Alar rn r eir G T 1 r K ' ?r ' 4TiV Everhar t. isabelle .ylger, Irene White, Gertrude Gllger, Mabel Arnold and Ethel Baldwin. U .. HA . VI ; Y( > U A GIRL OR BOY "ho is longing- for a piano? Whv not gratify this desire? You can Our handy terms on guaranteed pianos make it possible. J. H. Troup Music House, 15 South Market Square—Ad vertisement. VISITORS FROM CHICAGO Mrs. Barry Bingay Cann and chil f.™' ° f ch Jcago, who have bpen vlB . lting Mrs. Herbert Lincoln Cla*k, at Gerrnantown. are guests of Mrs. Cann's mother, Mrs. John H. Weiss, 325 North I* ront street, on the way home. Ml-0-NA OUICKLY ENDS INOGESTION Do not continue to suffer with lndl- I gestlon or dyspepsia causing heart burn, dizziness, after-dinner distress, headache, biliousness, pain In the bowels, or sour and gassy stomach. Get effective and lasting relief at once Buy from any druggist— to-day—a fifty cent box of Mi-o-na Tablets. They quickly and surely end indigestion and stomach distress—are pleasant to take and perfectly harmless. Ml-o-na is. one of the most depend able remedies for disordered stomachs It heals the sore and inflamed mem branes and Is not only a digestive and antacid giving prompt and effective relief, but is a tonic that tones up and strengthens the entire digestive sys tem—the flow of gastric juices Is in creased, then the food is properly dl bu^he a al, d h aSß,ni,,ated - yOU 6njoy 10 " Why suffer stomach distress another hour. It Is not only needless but may be dangerous—many serious diseases are the result of neglected atomach 1118. Do not delay— get a box of Ml-o-na from H. C. Kennedy, take them as directed, and If you are not entirely satisfied with results auuwr re funded.—Advertisement. ~ Non-greasy Toilet Cream removes sun-burn and tan—keeps the skin smooth and velvety. An exuuisite toilet preparation. 25c. GORGAB DnilG STOKE! 16 !*. Third St., and P. R. K. Station S ■> Dr. B. S. Behney DENTIST 202 Locust Street BELL PHOJTE 1814 I ———— j F. C. NEELY, UNDERTAKER! has removed his parlors from #l2 v i Third St. to 908 N. Second St. J HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH HAPPILY CELEBRATES HER 89m IIMY Mr*. Sarah A. Musgrove Receives Flowers Gifts and Congratu- : lations Today Beautiful gifts.! flowers a lul cards Second street, | from 2.30 to 6 1 o'clock. Mnny old friends have called I and Mrs. Musgrove. who Is in excel-1 lent health, was pleased to greet I them. Mrs. Musgrove, who maiden name was Sarah Gardner, came to Harrls burg when a small girl with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gardner, of Boonsboro, Md., the family locating at Fifth and Market streets, by the old depot. She recalls interesting events of the life of the city and delights to give her reminiscences. With her to dav are her children, Miss Alice Mus grove and Mrs. Minerva M. Hamer, and her grandchildren, Albert, .Rich ard, William, Robert and Sara Hamer. Twenty-first Birthday of Miss Ruth Attick Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Attick ar ranged a surprise party at their home near Shoop's Church In honor of the twenty-first birthday of their daugh ter, Miss Ruth Attick. The house was decorated with festoons of greenery and flowers. The guests enjoyed games, contests and music followed by an elaborate supper. Those present were the Misss Ruth Atticks, Mary Russell, Jennie Herman, Margaret lloltzman. Norma Warner, Margaret Rabuck, Myra Atticks, Viola Witmer, Sarah Lyter, Kathryne Rabuck, Mabel Atticks, Edna Bashore, Elsie Hoerner, Florence Warner, Myr tle Herman, Florence Lydig, Blanche Hoerner, Viola Nogle and Mary Jones; Herbert Turns, Roger Koons, , T o"hn Hollenbach, Earl Koons, Carl Kinder man, Elmer Davis, George Turns, Her man Turns, Ira Koons, William Smith, Rowe Jones, Charles Witman, Clar ence Mader, George Atticks, James Atticks, Edward Turns, Robert Turns, Robert Atticks, Paul Atticks, Mrs. Da vid Herman, Mr. and Mrs. Atticks. Out-of-town Girls Ask Places in 80-peep Cast Mrs. June Lytle Lake, of Philadel phia, under whose direction the pro- i duction of Jessie Gaynor's opera, "The Lost Princess 80-peep," is to be staged lor the Sunshine Society, was sur-1 prised to have several from nearby towns apply for places In the cast. Two little girls have made plans to visit their grandmother in order that they could attend rehearsals. Twenty little yellow chickens make up one dainty group who dance in from the barnyard. Not one of the group is older than 9 years and the youngest only 5. They are Gene Moses, Ruth Shope, Emille Jean, Anna Mcßride, Madelyn Bobb, Lynnette Beetem, Helen Keet, Gladys Fox, Win ifred Reel, Florence Davis, Miriam Craiglow, Dorothy Bobbenhorn, Dor othy Rankin, Eleanor Henschen, Re becca Bowman, Elizabeth Halbert Mary Greene, Ethel Graham, Dorothy Bomberger, Frances Caton. Mrs. R. ill. Peffer Hostess to Ladies' Aid Society Mrs. R. M. Peffer, who was formerly Miss Fannie M. Rishel, of Washing ton Heights, entertained the Ladies' Aid Society of Calvary United Breth ren Church, Denioyne, in celebration of her first wedding anniversary. A brief business session was followed by in formal games and refreshments. In attendance were the Rev. J. J. Green, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Bard and son, Mrs. Fortney, Robert Fortney. Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Harry Wagner, Mrs! Fisher, Miss Gladys Fisher, Mrs Campbell, Mrs. Shoaff, Mrs. Decker Mrs. Spangler and son, Mrs. Davis! Miss Marian Davis, Mrs. Stahl and son Miss Bertha Hartinan, Miss Irene Hartman, Mrs. Alice Peffer, Miss Maude Peffer, Mr. and Mrs. R. M Peffer. Malcom Shackleford Is a Great Fanmaker The second in the series of three en tertainments given under the auspices of the Young Men's Christian Asso ciation in Fahnestock Hall, will mark tho appearance for the first time in this city of Malcolm Shackleford, the well-known humorist of New York. ,He comes to Fahnestock Hall Thurs | day evening, to present one of his best programs of music, mirth and mimicry. The hour is 8.15 o'clock. Doors will open at 7.30. Single ad mission tickets may be purchased at the box office on the evening of the I entertainment. Mr. Shackleford has appeared In all of the larger cities with great success, and as a mirth provoker has few, if any, equals on the lyceum platform. He is already assured of a large audi ence. Miss Prances Ramsey, of Evergreen street, who is visiting in suburban Philadelphia, expects to complete a course of study at the Central High school, interrupted Ify illness. Miss Helen Nottingham, of# Balti more, is the guest of Miss Agnes Sny der. at 316 South Fifteenth street. Miss Grace Miller, who has been the guest of Miss Eleanor Walters dur ing the holidays, left yesterday for her home at Williamsport. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin B. MacGowan, of Baltimore, announce the birth of a son, Benjamin Irvin MacGowan, Jr Tuesday, January 13, 1914. Mrs. Mac- Gowan was "formerly Miss Myrtle Kingsbury, of this city. Mr. Mac- Gowan is pastor of the Rogers Me morial Methodist Church, of Balti more. Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Stevens of' Washington, D. p., former residents! of this, city, announce the birth of a daughter, Theodora Winters, Stevens Saturday, January 10, 1914. J ::: W., B. &W. j W., B. &W. \ i...g. &W. is: I"! January Clearance Salei iH► i N * 3"! 25 Ural Lamb Coats, just purchased at our New spring suits and dresses coming every price, go on sale today. "Guaranteed Salts day. New spring coat and suits, model made <m> Brand," all sizes 16 to 46, 2 styles—plain and up for us in winter materials, coming every day J ■ oo plush collar and deep cuff. $25 value $15.00. and selling one-half their value. New this week, |h; Hundreds of other coats, all ' reduced, SIO.OO, $12.50, $15.00, $17.50, IIS'IS' $ 19,75 > $-*0»50, $21.50. and ,h. JS: $20.00, $22.50 to $25.00. $23.50. || ;£ , nn ... . . T , W. B. &W. Annex, 311 Walnut street, have * n 300 tailor made and fancy suits at one-half the coflts dresses and skirts for this kind of !<m prices and less, SIO.OO, $12.50, $15.00, leather <- '«!<► frl'rA 1 $20.00, $22.50, $25.00, Dresses serge etc $2 95 i;i i 7 - 50 t0 40 ; 00, $3.75 to $4 75. <mi Great values in junior suits, we mean the girl, half more. . ]*; <»<> 13, 15 and 17, that does not wear her skirt full Coats for women and misses' all styles and length. $12.50, $13.50, $15.00 to I colors, $5.95, $7.50, $7.95, $8.75 and ♦♦ <!<► $22.50. Worth double in every instance. $9.75- Unusual values and styles. <*! Salts plush and velour coats, plain or fancy. Children's coats, $2.95, $3.95, $5.00, 00 All new models, arrived this week and last. $6.75 and $8.75. < M | <m» Values one-third more, $18.75, $22.50, 'Waists. Special in waists, 79c, Ssc and 95c <«' $25.00. * ' for SI,OOO worth of Natural Minlc M»ff. Silk P etticoat9 > $195 to $2.95. != ! and Scarf, ju., received .hfs'tS iEj ; m ; Bought at a price to sell at a price. mixtures. < M ► ——— ' 1 Wtimer, Basr & Witmer 1 202 and 311 Walnut Street. is: WILL PARTICIPATE li M TABLEAUX Charity Event Will Be Aided by Young Folks in Living Pictures Among the young people who will participate in the tableaux posed by Miss Fisher, of Swlftwater, for the benefit of the Aid Society to the Visit ing Nurse Association, to-morrow evening at the Tech High School au ditorium, are: Miss Virginia King, Miss Mary Knise ly. Miss Janet Sawyer, Miss Suzanne Westbrook, Miss Kathreen Westbrook, Miss Sarah Hastings,Mies Helen Ham mond, Miss Eleanor Boyd. Mrs. Les ley McCreath, Mrs. George W. Reily, Jr., Mrs. John M. Mahon, Jr., Miss Frances Bailey, Miss Emily Bailey, Miss Margaret McLain, Mrs. Richard V. McKay, Miss Martha Fleming, Miss Eleanor Darlington, Miss Edith Som ers, Miss Margaret Stackpole, Miss Sara Denehey, Miss Margaret William son, Miss Mary Williamson, Henry M. Gross, John Ericsson, Frank, Robbins, Albert H. Stackpole, Richard Knibloe, Curl B. Ely, Masters William 'Bailey and Henry Earle. The pictures will include characters from fiction, the opera and Tennyson's «ASTRICH'S ASTRICH'S ASTRICH'S ASTRICH'S ASTRICH'S ASTRKH'S J ASTRICH'S s GREATEST COAT SALE ON RECORD I g No woman who has ever heard of Astrich's famous coat § sales will waste a Minute in arriving at the scene of this, 3 the greatest Sale of the season. The Early Shopper to % morrow will be rewarded with first choice which is 5 always best. Jj 3 Former Prices A/X W/\ Chick Models in Sj E I'm "s 5)350 w " 1 K ' r '" ~ at an j Mixtures E 5® 3 Former Prices A\ w Novelty Models. S $9.00, SIO.OO & VL CJb§v in Chinchilla, g $12.00 Sacri- allal Jyfj Bouclesfc Scotch g fxed at Mixtures 5 Former Prices /+v /"v Astrakhans, S $12.50, sls and VL / (JBjw Scotch Mixtures, <*s g $16.50 Sacri- \j\ 1 »7( J Chinchillas and | ficed at *¥* ,VV Novelty Stripes | 2 Former Prices Astrakhans, S g $19.75 Sacri- Ij)l7.l70 Matelasse. Many § ficed at V Satin Lined § &5 Former Prices sH *4 f\ rv Chinchilla, As- 5 $25.00 Sacri* ill I Eponges. Silk S ficed at Li ed Throughout I j £5 Former Prices sf\ *4 A Seal Plush Astra- Q " $27.50t0537.50 1 A UM 5 I Sacrificed at V £ No Approvals—Exchanges or Credits g ASTRICH'S ASTRKH'S ASTRICH'S ASTkICH'S AsTklcU'& ASTRICIFS " IU JANUARY 14, 1914: Idyls of the Kings." Mrs. Roy G. Cox will sing during the intermissions and Newell Albright will play. WHEN YOU TRY TO ECONOMIZE By buying lower-priced player-pianos than we offer, it's like "stopping the clock to save time." Investigate. J. H. Troup Music House. IB South Mar ket Square.—Advertisement. John A. Rose Is Host For Dinner at Senate A dinner of twenty covers was given last evening at the Senate by John A. Rose, to the following guests: C. Floyd Hopkins, S. Reuel Sides, Carl Brinser, Harry Neal, Thomas Kelker, E. C. Chenoweth, George Keet, Frank Fager, Frank Foose, John Fllcklnger, William Child, William Zeil, Charles Williams. Robert Hoy, Arthur Herr, Herbert Sloat, Dr. Laverty, Dr. Park A. Deckard. Austin Millor, Harvey Rose, Harry Downey and John Rose. The table appointments were of pink and white with Klllarney roses and white lilacs prevailing in the flower?. After the feasting, the guests played cards at Mr. Rose's home, 713 North Third street. MRS. TAYLOR CELEBRATES SEVENTY-FOURTH BIRTHDAY Surprise greetings and large bou quet of carnations were among the pleasures of Mrs. Susan Taylor, of 1124 North Sixth street, on her seven th-fourth birthday anniversary. Among the friends and neighbors who gave her a surprise party were: Mr. and Mrs. William Harmon, Ray Harnian, Miss Drawbaugh, Garver Harnian, Mr. and Mrs. Leach, Mr. and Mrs. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Swope, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Houghton, Miss Jane Strunk, Miss Catharine Taylor, Mrs. Uriah Sultzabaugh, Mrs. J. H. Schaff stall, Miss Margaret Schaffstall, Mrs. Mary Tagg, Mrs. Flora Culp, Mrs. Nace, Mr. Mangold, Charles Taylor, Mr. Berrler, Mr. Denees, Mil ton Swope, Harold Swope and Mrs. Susan Taylor. [Other Personals on Pnge 8] N How to Cure Rheumatism Prominent Doctor'* Best I'reaerlp tlon ISawlly Mixed at Home. This simple and harmless formula has worked wonders for all who have 1 tried it, quickly relieving chronic and acute rheumatism and backache. "From your druggist get one ounce of Toris compound (in original sealed package) and one ounce of syrup of Sarsaparilla compound. Take these two ingredients home and put them in a half pint of good whiskey. t?hako the bottle and take a tablespoonful before each meal arid at bed-time." Good results come after the first few doses. If your drug gist does not have Toris compound In stock he will get It for you In a few hours from his wholesale house. Don't be influenced to take a patent medicine instead of this. Insist on having the genuine Toris compound In the original one-ounce, sealed, yellow package. This was published here last winter and hundreds of the worst cases were cured by it in a short time. Published by the Glove Pharmaceutical laboratories I of Chicago.