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Quaint Costumes of Brown and Green Witt Be Worn by Cat-tail Chorus . ' WmB^^St^giSS. CAT-TAIL CHORUS SINGS IN "LOST PRINCESS 80-PEEP" Members of the "Cat-tall Chorus" In "The Lost Princess 80-Peep" will be the Misses Mary Jelley Mil dred Katharine Helen Stephens, Katherlne Keene, Helen Wall, Katharine Klinedlnst, Dorothy Gifts For Summer Home of Mrs. A. Wilson Norris Flowers, congratulatory cards, and beautiful gifts were showered on Mrs. A. Wilson Norris, of 207 South Front •treet, yesterday in celebration of her birthday anniversary. In the evening an informal surprise party was given Mrs. Norris, the guests bringing her gifts of kitchen utensils for her summer house in Bellefonte. In attendance were: Mrs. Richard J. Haldeman, Mrs. Henry McCormick, Miss Anne Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hugus Galther, Mr. Fownes, Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Gross, Mrs. John W. Campbell, Dr. and Mrs. John Barr McAllister, Vance C. Mc- Cormick, Miss Eleanor Boyd, Miss Anne McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dull, Miss Lelitia Brady, Miss Anna Brady, Miss Marian Watts, Dr. John F Culp and Richard C. Haldeman. LADIES' BAZAAR Special Items For Saturday Shoppers That Will Add Interest to Our Clearance Sale of Ladies' Wear or to-morrow only we present several interesting specials in our Sale- At the same time wo will add a Une of attractive Per- Coata which we purchased in New York yesterday at a special poranc^hcr©° n Altogether to-morrow will be a day of much lin- NEW PERSIANNA COATS n«i»^? e 5i lal of E °-lnch length Persianna Coats, yarn-dyed lining, sizes 16 to 44; worth $18.98. Half price to- <tC% AC% morrow «pS7.4D SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLY patt^ r n» P lll K sh™deS! , wo n rth l si n 50 and . . CrCPe '. . fl ° ral 95c Mescaline Silk Petticoats, all shades; a special pur- 01 Irv chase; $1.98 value tpl.iy Ul ] fln lßhed worsted skirts, two new models and a va riety of shades to choose from; worth $3 to $4. To- d»i o*\ morrow J Coats in chinchilla and all-wool striped novelty cloth; only years; worth up to $lO. Special to-morrow 40 SEE THE NEW THREE-TIER SKIRT The newest creation in skirt designing—the three-tier skirt Advance spring models now being shown in high grade Scotch n i«M light and dark effects with the new bottom cuffs ™ , n poplin of assorted shades; worth $7.50 $4.98 BIG REDUCTIONS THAT DOMINATE OUR CLEARANCE SALE SUITS COATS JJH2 Va ! U ® •'• ss - 98 *l°.oo value t5 99 Jl6-22 Va Ue * HOti *l2-00 value .... SB OS ♦"■ BO value $10.98 SIB.OO value ".'"'suss *"•00 value $ 10 .98 $27.50 value »l">»8 $35.00 value .. f $17.98 value 11!. 1111! I DRESSES W FURS 16.00 value 98.08 $18.98 value •» 08 $10.98 value «5.»8 $12.00 .value .... ,?B8 v $12.98 value $5.98 value IllllitllSl Waists, Skirts, Underwear, etc., at equal reductions. NO GOODS EXCHANGED ON SATURDAY S. Fourth Street 10-12~^B w—— FRIDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG frfBBW TELEGRAPH # JANUARY 23, 1914. Ohev Sholom Sisterhood Celebrate Anniversary The Ohev Sholom Sisterhood will celebrate its twenty-sixth anniversary next Wednesday evening, January 28, with a dance and supper at Chestnut Street Hall. The Sisterhood was for merly the Ladies' Hebrew Social Cir cle, a power for much good in this community since its organization, and its work is similar. The present officers are: President, Mrs. William B. Schleisner; vice-presi dent, Mrs. Otto J. Buxbaum; secre tary, Mrs. Julius E. Gutman; treas urer, Mrs. E. Stern. Mrs. Charles Ad ler is chairman of the committee of arrangements for the anniversary fete. Miss Louise Hall, of this city, left for Lemaster, Pa., yesterday, where she will deliver an address at the teachers' institution' on the subject of woman suffrage. LAST RENEW FOR "LUST PRINCESS" Entire Cast Will Be Present To morrow Afternoon For First Time Such excellent progress had been made at the rehearsals of the Sun shine Society opera, "The Lost Prin cess 80-Peep," that all work has been suspended until to-morrow afternoon, when a complete cast rehearsal will be held in the Chestnut Street Hall. The Sunshine Society members are working most faithfully as money is needed daily in the many channels of aid they extend. People buying ex change tickets have first choice to re serve seats, the management an nounces. Ileal Wedding Party All true love plots end with a wed ding and the love of Jack Goose (Jerry Hamilton) for 80-Peep (Mrs. George W. Reily) ends with a real wedding, and real bridesmaids are to make up the party. The following prominent society people compose this group: Mrs. Lesley McCreath, Miss Sarah Hastings, Miss Elizabeth Bailey, Miss Emily Bailey, Miss Frances Bai ley, Miss Margaret Stackpole, Miss Margaret Williamson and Mrs. Henry Rittenhouse. o, . „ CWMren at Matlncc Sixty-four little folks of the Chll iJTen^,? ndustrial Home will be sent by the Elks club to the matinee of the Lost Princess 80-Peep," the traction company providing a special car to from the Majestic Theater. M 1111 am E. Seel will be host fofr the children of the Sylvan Heights orphanage at the same event and Mrs. A. Carson Starr is arranging to take the tots of the Nursery Home there also. I!V HONOR OF MISS WILLIAMS Miss Anna Williams, of Huirhesville daughter of the Rev. Rene H. Williams' Church P thu' r rfVv the Mosslah Lutheran veXrH»J !,*♦ ty * was Kuest of honor wi?h *&£ T attewo °n at a thimble tea. oik l ; ene shelly hostess, at her home, 215 Briggs street. vr.Jl t „ tend ®, nco wrrp Miss Williams. nrl Anna Bacon, Mj&s Anna Nlsslev «r m «" n n D,ehl -J"'" Marian Stein-" L ,? 9 Hammond. Mrs. s TANGO CONTEST Hi 'l Dancing Academy, January 26, to the best coup.V CUPS Groceries of Quality Is a First Requisite Here Flortd" Orange* are, very reasonable tain year and every family should use them freely, per dozen, ... iJ5e, 30c and HSc We are fortunate In NtlU having •ome Adams eounty Baldwins, at M peek '3s* We have recently added tu our Mock the famous Bedford Waters. Cures stomach, liver and kidney troubles and constipation, per % gallon Have you beard of the new Cham, paprne? if ron haven't taateri ft, you have a treat coming;. Hire's £!? I'P p "*? ,e Ulnwer Ale, made with White .Niagara Grape Juice, per bottle •»« Whenever you want frcsh vege tables, phone Bell 15»S or 15U0. Spinach, V 4 peek Head I.ettuee ' J n Brussel Sprouts, box .... Cauliflower, head '.'2oc' "Be Oreen Beans, V 4 peck Sjo, Cranberries, quart jr- We try to carry all vegetables' that can be bought In Southern mar "lAW from »«r home growers and deliver to your door at mar ket prices. Meadow Gold Butter, lb. . 4)w , For River Butter Company adver tise this butter "No Better Can Be Made at Any Price." Moxley'a Clover Brand Oleomargar lne > 5 ,b 91.15 S. S. Pomeroy Market Square Grocer GIFTS FOB IS. LEB OISTBICT PISIDENT Members of Camp 23, P. 0. of A., Delight to Honor Popular Officer The banquet arranged by Camp 23, P. O. of A.. In honor o£ Mrs. Wil liam K. Lehr, of 1329 BerryhiU street, the district president, was a delightful eVent of the week. Festoons of red, white and blue, mingled with greenery and masses of carnations in the decoration of the null In the ilatiron building, and after a prograpi of music, readings and ail course turkey dinner Mrs. Lehr, who is most popular among her co-workers, was presented with a handsome mesh bag, gold lined and a diamond ring. William Adams, a past naUonal officer, made the pres eniaUoa speech, to which Mrs. Lehr ... responded. Marriage License Held Till Oath Is Explained Special to The Telegraph Hagerstown, Md., Jan. 23. —Because he did not understand the nature of an oath as required by law when ap plication is made for a marriage li cense, Roda Nikica, a foreigner from Harrisburg, who applied to D. C. Gil bert, the marriage license clerk in this city, became unduly embarrassed yesterday and endeavored to explain in "pigeon English" that he did not un derstand. The process of issuing the license was delayed until the clerk made it clear to the applicant that he was to swear to the answer he made in reply to the questions, and not in any other way. Nikica got a license to marry Florlta Mlk, also of Harris burg, and the ceremony was perform ed by the Rev. Dr. A. B. Statton. Miss Margaret M. Frank and Nor man F. Shuey, a young couple from Enola, Pa., were married Wednesday evening at the parsonage of the First Baptist Church in this city by the Rev. E. K. Thomas. Miss Eleanor Mitchell and William S. Yates, both of Middletown, Pa., were married here yesterday at the parsonage of the First Baptist Church by the Rev. E. K. Thomas. D. E. Yates, a brother of the bridegroom, accompanied the couple and acted as best man at the wedding. Events in Compliment to Mrs. Cunningham Quite a number of social events are being arranged In compliment to Mrs. Jesse E. B. Cunnningham, wife of the Deputy Attorney General, who will arrive from Pittsburgh Monday to visit Mrs. William B. McCaleb, 27 North Front street. Among them will be a bridge Tuesday evening with Mrs. McCaleb hostess, and a bridge Wednesday aft ernoon followed by a tea, also given by Mrs. McCaleb. Wednesday evening the Misses Pearson, of 503 North Front street, are giving a dinner to Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, and Mrs. John 3. Fox, of 223 North Front street, has asked her guests at a tea Thursday afternoon to meet Mrs. Cunningham. A Real Snow Ball For Central High Students A delightful and novel dance, ar ranged for the students of the Central High School at Hanshaw's Hall, will be an affair of this evening. The | committee in charge, Edward Roth and Samuel Froehlich, have lost no opportunity to make their guests feel that they are at a real Snow Ball. The hall will be appropriately dec orated, representing a snow hovel; the piano will be covered with foaming suds of Sour-Beer. Many of the guests will come dressed as snowmen and snowwomen or in other appropriate garb. The guests are looking forward to a most novel and jolly time. STAR COURSE CLOSING WITH A FINE MUSIC ALE The closing entertainment in the Y. M. C. A. Star Course was given in Fahnestock Hall last evening by Miss Mary Wall, of New York, the well known harpist, and Miss Edna Kim ball, vocalist and reciter. The pro gram was one of great excellence, both artists were received with favor, and because of their splendid work won merited applause. As a lyceum combination it would be hard to im prove upon this one. They were lis tened to by a good-sized audience and should they return again next sea son they will be heard by even a larger one, because of their fine efforts last evening. PARTY FOR MRS. MAXWELL The guests attending the birthday party given to Mrs. Albert Maxwell at her home, 1804 North Sixth street, were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hllbush, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Batey, Mr. and Mrs. Sam uel Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Steward Foultz, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bailey, Miss Edna Fenton, Miss Viola Fenton, George Hivner, Miss Helen Batey, Miss Pauline Bailey, Miss Iva Bailey, Miss' Tressa Maxwell, Albert Maxwell, Ralph Batey, Eva Maxwell, Katherlne Batey, Percy Batey, Jr. MISS GINGRICH'S PUPILS IN A RECITAL TO-MORROW The first recital given by the pupils of Miss J. Blanche Gingrich, will be held Saturday afternoon, January 24, at her studio, 2286 North Sixth street. Participating in the program will be William McMorris, Miss Helen Drake, Miss Ruth Drake, Miss Ruth Hoffman, Miss Mary Loban, Miss Kathryn Brad igan. Miss Helen Mlnnlck and Miss Sophia Milliken. HARRY MURPHY IN HOSPITAL Harry R. Murphy, of 749 South Twenty-first street, son of F. P. Mur phy, formerly of New Bloomfield, un derwent an operation for appendicitis at the Keystone Hospital Wednesday morning and is making a good recov ery, so the physicians say. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Speece, of 130 South Second street, returned last evening from a pleasant trip to Phila delphia. Mrs. John Barnett Patrick is suf fering from a severe attack of the grip. Mrs. Mary Gulp, of Hartford, Conn., Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. L. Kerns, at 2022 Susquehanna street. Mrs. F. W. Greene, of 1510 State street, is in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., attend ing the funeral of her uncle, ex-Sena tor William H. j^ines. MAJOR MORAN IN THE CITY Major Thomas P. Moran, formerlv military Instructor at Scotland and Chester Springs Soldiers' Orphans' Schools, and a prominent member of John Jacob Astor Camp, No. 28, Span ish-American War Veterans, of At lantic City, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Saitsman, at 2223 North Third street. [Other Personals on Page 5.1 w., B. &W. I W., B. &W. I w , W. January Cleara THE BIGGEST AND BE Hot November and Mild December Did It In our twenty-five years' experience we MAIN STORE, 202 WALNUT ST. " y °" Ca " bUy " OW N - $1.95 to #5.00, .d --:ni, , i- • ~ t vance guards. Hundreds of other waists to 50 Handsome Evening and Afternoon Coats dose out and Wraps for y 2 prices and less—black, taupe, rose, cerise, navy, etc.—of brocaded W., B. &W. ANNEX, 311 WALNUT ST. velour and plush, striped velour, broadcloth, New Spring Waists, $1.25 value every- Chamelon, etc., plain or fur collars; $36.50 where— Annex price, advance euard9 #I.OO reduced to $17.50; $47.50 reduced to $19.50, Hundreds of other waists at close-out prices, and others cut in the same proportion. 200 SUITS plain tailor-made or fancy, . MAIN STORE » 202 WALNUT ST. all sizes; regular 14 to 46; odd sizes 15 to 49. New Spring Dresses and dresses to close Many are new Spring styles and materials— out - See our Brocaded Wool Dress, $13.50 more are Spring styles made up of the most I st price. Clearance, Main Store ... $(>.95 desirable Winter materials—Skinner satin Fine Crepe, Poplin and Serge Dresses, $18.75 lined. For big January business, $28.75, lst P rice - Clearance $11.50 $30.00 and $35.00 values; clearance sale price w> B , &w . ANNEX, 311 WALNUT ST $lo.OO, $17.50 and $19.70 rniTci rnATCi v\ v tr 100 New Serge and Check Dresses—l 4to wi ri • , wlu ' n P °T' tT f 42 sizes •• • • s 3 ' 9s ' sl-",0 and $4.75 Wale, Cheviot, Astrakhan, Boucle, Ural, Lamb, Duvetyne, Persianna, Plain Velours, MAIN STORE, 202 WALNUT ST. Plushes, etc.—grand assortment to select Tdp Skirts, etc., plaids or plain at reduced from, all .sizes, children's, jyniors', misses' and prices, women's—Main Store, 202 Walnut street SIO.OO to $25.00; W., B. &W. Annex, 311 W " B " &W " ANNEX . 311 WALNUT ST. Walnut street, $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $0.75, Top Skirts, serges, checks, plaids, fancy $7.50, $8.75 and $9.75 —all new and up-to- weaves, etc.; black, navy, grays, browns, etc. date. Our method of merchandising makes educed prices, $1.85, $1.50, $1.75, $1.95^ accumulation of old stock impossible. $2.95 and $3.95. ) Witmer, Bair & WitmerF™™ 7 EVERY I)\Y, STOKES, clos^S',, p 202 Walnut St. 311 Walnut St. SA »p K M. AY The House Where Quality and Honest Prices Are correct Inseparably Linked «, MUSIC Ai CONTESTS WITH MISS Willi Tabernacle Baptist Church Choir Is Pleasantly Entertained Thursday Evening Miss Marguerite Wlldman, of 2206 North Third street, arranged an In teresting program of music, games and contests for the amusements of her guests last evening—the members of the choir of the Tabernacle Bap tist Church. The decorations of the house were of pink and white with a basket of Killarney roses gracing the refresh ment table, where Mrs. Augustus Wildman, Jr., presided. In attendance were Mrs. Frank Criswell, the leader of the choir, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Urlch, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shoemaker, Mrs. E. A. Schofstal, Miss Sue Kawell, Miss Beryl Kawell, Miss Ruth Weeber, Miss Ingram, Miss Ethyl Wade, Miss Dorothy Spicer, Miss Dorothy Cris well, Miss Christine Nelson, of In dianapolis; Miss Wildman, Mr. Yueng llng, Mr. Green, Lewis Jones, William Jones, George Sharp and T. C. Boyd. Art Club Meets Today With Mrs. J. H. Fager, Jr. There was a most interesting meet ing of the Art Club this afternoon at the residence of Mrs. John H. Fager, Jr., 406 North Tfyird street, the mem bers participating in an interesting symposium of birds, especially win ter residents of this parts of the State. There was music, also needlecraft and a supper followed. The club members this season in clude Mrs. Arthur A. Herr, Mrs. Wil liam L. Keller, Mrs. Walter E. Diet rich. Mrs. Arthur H. Hull, Mrs. Fred erick Sieber,. Miss Martha Snavely, Mrs. Al. K. Thomas, Mrs. Andrew Pat terson and Mrs. John H. Fager, Jr. Mrs. Kunkel Hostess at Luncheon For Ten Guests at the luncheon given yes terday by Mrs. John C. Kunkel, Jr., at her residence, 11 South Front street, included Mrs. Henry McCormick, Mrs. Gilbert M. McCauley, Mrs. Robert A. Lamberton, Mrs. James Henry Dar lington Mrs. Elizabeth Crain Kunkol, Mrs. T. Rockhill Smith, Mrs. A. Wil son Norris, Mrs. George Douglass Ramsay and Mrs. A. J. Dull. The table decorations were of pink with a centerpiece of roses and ferm and shaded silver candelabra. Mrs. W. B. Weaver Given Surprise on Birthday Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Weaver enter tained at their home, 457 Crescent street, last evening, at a birthday party in honor of Mrs. Weaver. Music, dancing and games were features of pleasure and a Dutch lunch was served to Mr. and Mrs. William Musketnuss, Miss Nancy Mil ler, Ben Hoover, Ray Weaver, Miss Ella Hart, of Lancaster; Miss Mary Grauley, of Steelton: Mr. Peffer, of Steelton; V. T. Dlssinger, of Marys vllle; Mr. and Mrs.'Herman William son, of Penbrook. lOLD-TIME COLD CURE—DRINK TEA !| Get a small package of Hamburg Breast Tea, or as the German folks call It, "Hamburger Brust Thee," at any pnarmacy. Take a tablospoonful of the tea, put a cup of boiling water up on it, pour through a sieve atid drink a teacup full at any time. It is the most effective way to break up a cold and cure grip, as it opens the pores, relieving congestion. Also loosens the 1 nwels, thus breaking a cold at once. It is inexpensive and entirely vege table, therefore harmless.—Advertise ment. The Present Day Club of Lancaster Here Members of the Present Day Club of Lancaster visited this city a day or two ago for the purpose of studying art in the pictures and statuary at the State Capitol. Governor Tener re ceived the ladies informally and some of the club who are members of the Lancaster Suffrage Association, spent some time at suffrage headquarters here. Miss Martha Bowman, of the fel lowship of the Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia explained the tech nique and the significance of the vari ous paintingß and sculpture, which beautify the walls and grounds of the Capitol. The members of the club are: Mrs. H. AV. Benard, Mrs. W. R. Esben shade, of Lehman Place; Miss Eleanor Fulton, Mrs. J. W. Happer, Miss Mar tha Bowman, Mrs. T. G. Helm, Mrs. Ira H. Herr, Mrs, John D. Herr, Mrs. Milo B. Herr, Mrs. A. V. I-liester, Mrs. Charles R. Kline, Mrs. A. W. Living ston. Mrs. Charles Marshall, Mrs. Al fred Moyer, Mrs. E. T. Prizer, Mrs. Lewis S. Mudge, Mrs. Martin Rohrer, of Strasburg, Miss Emma Sener, Mrs. John E. Snyder, Mrs. Frank Thurlow, Miss Rebecca Stamm, Mrs. George Wallace and Mrs. L. F. Prizer. —Ladies'—* Custom Tailored Suits and Coats $lO to S2O LESS THAN USUAL PRICES Spring novelties are here. Includ ing advance sketchings of styles for the coming season. All Ready-Made Models Will Be Closed Out at SACRIFICE PRICES 'En tri#' Ladles' Tailor and Costunier 621 N. Second St. GOFFS COUGH SYRUP Checks chest colds. Loosens and raises phlegm, heals the Inflamed throat passages and allays painful coughing. Golf's Is Pure Herb Cough Syrup. No opiates or harmful drugs Aid-fashioned, harmless, health-giv ing herbs only. Get a 25c. or 60c. bottle today. Money back by the dealer If it doesn't help you. cfailirdoiy <speeiQlray Sherbet Vs\ I <sS2? Saturday Special 29c Regularly 50c m ■ }y Tsi WeJiyut at. /) RELIEVE YOUR COLD i IN ONE DAY Golden Seal Laxative Cold Tablets will relieve that cold of yours in a few hours. They're chocolate covered and pleasant to take. We'll refund your money if they fall to relieve and cure a cold. For Coughs, Colds, La Grippe, Bronchitis and Neuralgia we know of nothing better. Price 25 Golden Seal Drug Co. (Under new manngtmrnl) Henry G. Reuwer (Formerly with Uurga*) 11 South Market Square YOUR EYES rnrr 5 EXAMINED TIvLL I 153.50 is what any optician or eye specialist would ask you for a pair of these guaranteed spec tacles with rims around. We will exam ine your eyes and tit you with a pair of glasses that you can see to read the finest print or thread the finest needle. Come in and see us now. | Special prices on Toric or I Prescription Lenses. No drops I used. *] RUBIN & RUBIN I Hurrtsburg's Leading Eye Spe- M cialists ,1 320 MARKET STREET H Open Wednesday and Saturday u Evenings. i iP Dr. Wm. P. Clark DENTIST 1610 NORTH THIRD STREET Ofltee Hours: 9 a. in. to 1 p. m. 2 p. m. to s.:so p. ni. Bell Phone mmmi^mmmHMMaaad F. c. neely. undertaker has removed his parlors from 912 N. Third St. to 908 N. Second St.