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f Here sGreatNews of Friday Bargains in the Mill &jFactory Sale The attractions adver- ' ' Womeri ' s Neckwear | Colored Dress Goods Week-End Specials in' | Cushion Tops ( >) tised for Friday cannot i»Ti£ ! be sold on orders by tele- range of styles, values np to SI.OO. j 50c shepherd checks', 36 inches Children's $1.50 to $2.50 corduroy '• on ,n(;n - Trimmed HatS and ~l,A n„ ri f\ rv _ -i rriday onlv 12$£0 wide in fm, r w«„i,c ir j i and velvet hats and bonnets. Fri- _* /av phone, C. OD. or mail. > urayles. day and Saturday 95<J 50c stamped linen burlap and rep ReadvtO WPflfHflk Early purchasers are 1< ey Ribbons ' 75c "shepherd'checks '42 fjchtt Children's corduroy caps, white! cushions. Friday only 250 Q y tO-WearrlatS bound to share excep- 1 'any colored ribbons in printed j wide, in two styles. Friday'only navy and brown, 50c to SI.OO values. Pictures Reduced Friday Only tional vfllup*; warps, mostly light grounds, large yard ah* Friday and Saturday 250 _ . nondi values. r ™,W rs ,"". 480 »'««. & stewart. Second Floor. Framed pictures in many sires, rj r patterns, .to 6 inches wide, 7tc hennetta (French), 42 inches values to $3.50. Friday only. .980 /Ar . values U P lo 59c - Fnda y " n] y> yard wide, full range of colors. Friday . 59c gold and oak frame nature _ _ White Goods 350 only, yard Cambric Corset Covers p rints . Friday only 250 B^,^^ SI.OO English longcloth, 10 yards Women's Handkerchiefs u? SC , rge ' , inches Wlde ' m Cambric corset covers, high neck, Dives, pomeroy * stewart Third Floor. to a piece; one piece to a customer w i , f , ' iaaes ™ navy, brown, grey, tan tight fitting, plain finish at neck and Black Drees CrWlc Friday only pieci .... Z« s cross bar and ancj bor- and cadet. Friday only, yard. .350 sleeves. Limit two to a customer Corset Specials 2e. c rhit '1 > t .in handkerchiefs, worth 4c. Friday .*>9c fancy weave poplin, 36 inches and none exchanged. Friday only 50c black granite cloth, 36 inches • u W remnan s, only, 4 for 10* wide, ten good shades. Friday only 100 $5.00 Nemo Modart front lace and wide. Friday only, yard 35* Mdltllr. W "" K "' a S»l-, embroidered yard > Muslin GoWTIS American Lady corsets. Friday 7Sc black crepe, 42 inches wide ' . ,'i .. , handkerchiefs, hemstitched and seal- 75c crepe, half silk, 40 inches M ,• .. . ~r . . .c corded white voile, neat cord loped borders, slightly soiled', values wide . live shades. Friday only ushn gowns, high and \-shaped Dives, Pomeroy 4 stewart. Second Floor. 75,. black checked suiting 42 stripe for dresses and waists. Fri- „ D to 15r KriHav 1f „• yard........ " «£.' necks, long sleeves. Limit two to a . ~ DiacK checked suiting, 42 day only, yard 110 day only, 3 for SL2S serge, 54 inches wide shadet cu f tome £, a " d none exchanged, 50c inches wide, all wool. Friday only, SI.OO linen sheeting, 2y 2 yards Embroidery navy. Friday only, yard 880 va UC ' y y Corsets OR Street Floor 49^ W \t.in^sh' y s' V rd '3. l ' ; ? ,! ■ Swiss Cmbrolder >' -J Short Skirts $2.00 Lady corsets. Fri- aH wool. Friday^ly!yarf". c men finish suiting, 33 inches insertions, Ito 4 inches wide, in a hogany. Friday only, yard... .900 Short knitted skirts, natural color. J, y * " : $1.35 $1 25 b]ack p anamaS 4 : nch wide for suits and skirts. hiday large range of patterns. Values up $2.00 and $3.00 coatings, 54 inches Friday only 250 SI.OO American Lady corsets. Fri- w j de aJ j , pridav nntv «, ri only, yard 110 to 25c. Friday only, yard .... 100 wide, odd lots. Friday only, yard p . • day only 690 ' y 95* Napkins and Table Linens Swiss embroidery shirtwaist SI.OO scintilla, 40 inches wid! rl , ff T! SI.OO brassieres. Friday only $2.50 black ratine, 54 inches wide IfclStaS? FrMay oU tl 85 hche! D '- Trimmings w£^»^ 54 5? o„iy ».•» only, yard 350 . Fancy silk braids, assorted color- \VnoYnri '<tim "J' Long KimoilOS $1.25 black silk and wool crepe, Jngs in a large range of styles, l val- • V "j mixed suitings, 54 Set of Irons Huck Towels ties up to 25c. Friday only, yard . , wc ' I ! l^ a . des of blue ' ? re y Lon S cre P e Kimonos, Empire OI 1 ° nS * ' SC 980 3 * anct orown. Friday only, yard, style, grey, lavender and navy, Dover sad irons in eun metal fin- D,ves ' Pomoro > r & Stewart, street Floor. 12^ 2 c red border cotton huck Lace bands in white and ecru 3 1 - 45 $ 2 - 50 ' Z95 and $3.50 values. Fri- ish three irnn «. an . towels good size and quality. Fri- to 6 inches wide, values up to 25c. D ' V ° S ' P ° meroy & stewart - street da y onl y onW set ' W •W ♦ Ck day only, 4 for 350 Friday only, yard .... 50 Dlves - Po » 6r oy & stewart Second Floor. nday onl y' set 75 0 Women S Winter Shoes Fancy Linens D,VOB> pomor °y * suwart, street Floor. Cotton Dress Goods Basement Miscellany $1.50 and $2.00 black kidskin $2.00 to $2.50 shams, fancy linens, , . , 50c silk pongee, 36 inches, solid Furniture Specials $1.25 oiled brush floor mops. Fri- heavy ' scarfs and center pieces, round and Jewelry and Silverware Shades and floral designs, half silk. $5.50 felt mattresses. Friday da y onl y ?50 to 4. Friday only 790 square Japanese drawn work center 50c sterling silver thimbles small Friday only, yard only... $3.69 sl-50 oiled floor mops. Friday ,- 7 , n .. with linen cluny,lace edge. Special sizes Friday only .. ... . 100 crepe plisse, 30 inches. Fri- $16.00 brass beds. Friday only only $1.50 Women S Rubbers D.V„, a 5 ,„., fSSf Fridayoonly.y y . braS ' a ' arm raiinVs'.'itaens', $3.75 enameled beds. Fri'Joriy Decorated China Fridlv h onl!"" J V t , lins, crepe ratine. Friday onlv at a •#1 9<? ' not all sizes. nday only ... 300 Shadow Lace Waists only . .... ! . Ure .. . rameS ;... "iS third of their original prices. $7.50 tables. Friday only Scores of pieces from regular Girls' $1.50 Shoes SI.OO 25c red cut beads Friday only Dlves - P°meroy & stewart, street Floor. $3.50 oak and mahogany tables. stock, embracing decorated tea pots, ' $5.95 shadow lace waists, with j<)o Friday only $1.95 cracker jars, sugar bowls, water $1.50 black kidskin patent tip lace collar of crepe de chine, finished 50c coin purses. Friday only 29* D;il r> $65.00 parlor suites. Friday only pitchers, sauce boats and celery shoes; sizes to 5. Friday only W '«o? r - FM*y°«ly .....t (4.50 50c silver plated berryVoa and and Pillow Cases #49.0° frays, vah.es up to 50c. Friday only «•"> brS£red C dSn s rw W T rold "»« forks - Friday only X9O bleached pillow cases, 42x $3-95 wrllow chatrs. Fr,day only . X t Z' Men's Shoe Bargains large women, faring siks 4?a'S "' * hemsiiUheS D '"" D '"" « ' $2.00 calfskin Congress shoes, no, 44. I'nday only $2.50 , pillow cases, 45x36 inches. Friday al ' siz f„ ™ da y only ,* v * 9t r°° Dives, Pomeroy & stewart. second Floor. Men S jNegllgee Shirts °nly 190 Aliiminnm Wnrp LininffS Men ss3 00 patent colt lace shoes ,, . $1 bleached sliepts QOvQn /\JU.millum ware » with Goodyear welt oak leather u , M f n , s SLO ° Wachusett shirts, Friday only 75* A special Friday sale of aluminum 1,000 yards 6j4c cambric, lengths soles. Friday only $1.95 House Dresses siTes - 90x90 cooking ware, including pudding Ito 5 yards, colors; no black. Fri- i>«ve ß . Pomeroy & stewart. street Floor. Women's $1.25 Baldwin double Men's $1.50 white madras Shirts 9®/ i 85<: pans, strainers, stewing pans, sauce day only, yard 20 service house dresses, large sizes 40 laundered cuffs, sizes to 17'/' i;„ , eaC p ow . cas c "?" s " pans, frying pans and large cups, 25c satine, 36 inches wide, colors Black and KanCV Silks to 46. Friday only ....89* Friday onlv .... iCi 1,n ' 4 5 inc i es. Friday only, yd., 100 values to 25c. Friday omy .... 100 and black Fridav onlv vard 12i/* amy onw $1.50 double service house Infants', ' boys' and' girls'* coat i" /jC ached dom et. Friday SI.OO frying pans and sauce pan - Q p armers ' sat ;' 4A 89c black messaline, 36 inches dresses, sizes 40 to 46. Friday only sweaters maroon Sev and JSi °in u? .......100 sets. Friday only, for both.... 790 f arme rs satin, 40 inches wide Frid ay only, yard 730 SI.OO ISI 00 value Friday onlv 10c bleached domet. hriday only, $1.50 covered sauce pan and lipped wide, shades grey and navy. Fri- 75 c stripe messaline, 36 inches OTve., Pomeroy & stewart. second Floor. I D„ p. &s„ Men's store street Fi y 80 sauce pan. Friday only, set. .980 day, only, yard 350 wide. Friday only, yard .... 570 ' ' ' ' 00^ • I) .* & Street Floor, Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Basemont. Dlvoa, Pomeroy & Stewart. Street Floor. Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. GIRLS! GIRLS! YOU MUST TRY THIS! DOUBLES BEAUTY OE Yd HAIR fc'or 25 cents you can make your hair lustrous, fluffy and abundant Immediate?— Yes! Certain?—that's the Joy of it. Your hair becomes Mgrht, wavy, fluffy, abundant and ap pears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young girl's after a Danderine hair cleanse. Just try this—moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil, and in just a few mo- MRS. DISSINGEK'S GUESTS Mrs. D. A. Shultz, of Halifax, and her daughter, Mrs. D. W. Stroll, or Bhamokin, arc enjoying a stay of sev eral days with Mrs. D. M. Dissinger at her home, 2129 Penn street. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kunkel, of Becond and Forster streets, are regis tered at the Dennis, Atlantic City. Miss Hester Bowen, of Penn street, A WOMAN'S PROBLEM In the looking-glass a woman often sees wrinkles, hollow circles under eyes, "crow's feet," —all because t he did not turn to the light remedy when worn down with those troubles which are distinctly feminine. Packache, headache, pains, lassitude, nervousness and drains upon vitality—bring untold suffering to womanhood and the face shows it. The nervous system and the entire womanly make-up feels the tonic effect of DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION. It allays and subdues nervous excitability, irritability, nervous exhaustion, and i other distressing symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and organic .diseases of the feminine organs. It induces refreshing sleep and relieves mental anxiety and despondency. Known everywhere and for over 40 years as the standard remedy for the diseases of women. Your dealer in medicines ■ells it in liquid or sugar-coated tablet form; or you can Bend BO one-cent atamps for a trial box of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription tablets. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. #>R. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS REGULATE AND INVIGORATE STOMACH. LIVER AND BOWELS. SUGAR-COATED TINY GRANULES- THURSDAY EVENING, ments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. A delightful surprise awaits those whose hair has been neglected or is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Hesides beautifying the hair, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses purilles and invigo rates the Scalp, forever stopping itch ing and falling hair, but what will please you most will be after a few week's use, when you see new hair— fine and downy at first—yes—but really new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair, and lots of it, surely get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter and Just try it.—Advertisement. was hostess for the Merry Girls' Card Club last evening at her home. B. Franklin Etter, of Princeton Col lege, will spend the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Etter, of 209 Pine street. Mrs. Joshua W. Sharpe, of Cham bersburg, has been visiting her brother, David Fleming, at the El phinstone, Front and Forster streets. PERSONAL TOther Personals on Page 4] Ladies of Maccabees Will Entertain Guards . Harrisburg Hive, No. 257, Ladies of tho . Maccabees, will entertain the guard team Thursday evening, Feb ruary 12. in Frantz Hall, Third and Hamilton streets, at 8 o'clock. A short business session will be fol lowed by some fancy drills by the de gree team, after which refreshments will be served. All members are urged to be present to enjoy a social evening. Illustrated Lecture at Harris A. M. E. Zion Church An illustrated lecture on "The Life and Times of Lincoln" will be given this evening at the Harris African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, Marion street. The speaker will be Marshall Fickltn, who is well known as an orator. Admission is froe. Suffrage Card Party at the Dunkle Residence Another of the delightful card par ties arranged by members of the Cen tral Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage As sociation will bo held at the residence of Mrs. Samuel F. Dunkle, Nineteenth and Derry streets, Tuesday afternoon, February 24, at 2.30 o'clock. Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones and Mrs. Charles Francis Etter will assist Mrs. Dunkle. Mrs. Wilson Miller left to-day for a trip to Washington and Atlanta Ga. Mr. and Mrs. AI. K. Thomas and small son. Alfred Thomas, came home from Atlantic City to-day. Mrs. \\ G. Agacock. 14X2 Naudain street, and mother, Mrs. Emma Shank, of Atlantic City, are spending a week in Wilkes-Carre and Bloomsburg vis iting relatives. Mrs. G. M. Bshelinan, of 1412 Nau dain street, is spending ten days with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hefiey at El mlra. N. Y. Mrs. Frank A. Bobbins, Jr., of 1517 North Second street, has gone to visit her mother, Mrs. Isaac N. Bobbins, in Frederick. Md. G. M. ISshelman, of Enola, is spend ing the day in Philadelphia. Mrs. Robert Hunt Lyon, of 22 5 South Thirteenth street, has issued cards for a matinee bridge on Wednes day February IS. Miss Katharine Bentley, of Cleve land, Ohio, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Graeo IJentlej', of Green street, for ten days. ftAKRIBBURG TELEGRAPH I Central High School Notes of Timely Interest A meeting of the charter members of the Demosthenian Liiterary Society was held at the home of Miss Edith Lewis, Capital street, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. A program was nr. ranged for the remaining meetings of the year at which there will be music by all society members and many pop ular short stories will be read. Tho next meeting of the society will be held at the home of Miss Anna Mosoy, Lexington street. The charter members present in cluded Misses Elizabeth Dell, Anna Mosey, Ruth Kcrstetter, Luan Shaffer and Edith Lewis, Carson McAllister, Russell Lindsay, Paul Bowman and Boas Sites. Miss Elsie Hill, of the class of 'ls, who met with a serious accident at the Technical high school on Feb ruary 5 during a meeting of the school directors of Pennsylvania, Is doing nicely. Miss Hill was able to bo up and about for a short time yester day, showing marked signs of im provement. EAST HARRISRURG W. C. T. U. WILL MEET ON FRIDAY There will be a meeting of the East Harrisburg Woman's Christian Tem perance Union Friday afternoon, Feb ruary 13. at 2 o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. E. E. Mickey. 432 South Thir teenth s reet. Mrs. Mary Weller will lead on the topic "Membership Con tests." This will be Week and Union Signal subscription day. MRS. COX ASKED TO SING AT WHITE HOUSE MUSICALE Mrs. Roy G. Cox is going to Wash ington next Monday to spend a day or two with Miss Margaret Wilson at the White House. Mrs. Cox will attend a state dinner and afterward will sing at an informal musicale in which Miss Wilson will also participate. Miss Sara Itadcliffe, of Philadelphia, who was visiting Miss Janet Sawyer and also her aunt, Mrs. David S. Funk, returned home a day or two ago. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dunlap, of Toledo, Ohio, left for home this morn ing after a brief stay among Harris burg relatives. Miss Gertrude Ely has returned to Bryn Mawr after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brandes Ely, 307 North Front street. Miss Genevieve Watson and Miss Claire Watson, of Philadelphia, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Mary F. Wat son. of State, street. I Miss Coetting. of Brooklyn, who was visiting Mr. and Mrs. John P. Mellck, of North Second street, lias returned home. Dickinson Freshmen Hold Successful Banquet The first annual banquet of the freshman class of Dickinson College was held last evening at the Hotel Co lumbus this city, with the following members In attendance: The Misses Baker, Bobb, Mohler, Meredith, Leidig, Kelff, Shumpp, Snei der, Stuart, Jones, McMillan, Wagner, Reigel, Mecl«, Evans; Messrs. Shelly, Taylor, Robinson, Price, Dougherty, Dolby, Warfleld, Mead, Compton, Ede, Eppley, Nuttle, Woodward, Cor son, Brookmire, Humer, Hoover, Mutnma, Adams, Stappleton, Davics, Shannon, White, Young, Respeso, Ba shore, IJurton, Mechanic, Ilartzel, Shollenbu'rger, Myers, Rubinofski, Morgan, Bagonstoss, Hering, Filler, Davles, Evans, Gissiel, McCabe, Byars, Lyon, Goodyear, Courtney, Nlcklas, Strlte, Machs, Van Auken, Baker, Reu mer, Shuey, Hortzler, Hopkins, Meek. The patrons were Dr. Mervln G. Filler, Mrs. Filler and ftfrs. McAsney. There was great joy expressed over eluding the wily sophomores, who are always on the alert to frustrate plans of the freshles. Shower of Aluminum For Mr. and Mrs. Bothe Just after Mrs. C. L. Sheafor an ! nounced the marriage of her relative. Miss Dorothy Getbaugh, to N. Orris Bothe, of this city, a party of marry makers gathered at their new home, 2505 Agate street, to present a showor of aluminum ware to the newlyweds. Among the gifts were a number of pieces of handsome linens. The wedding took place at Hagers town, Md., the Rev. Dr. Rate perform ing the ceremony at the Methodist parsonage. The bride, who was un attended, wore a light blue frook with touches oi white fur. She carried a bouquet ot white carnations and fern. Mrs. Thomas Stewart Blair, of 408 North Second street, is improving in health after a severe attack of lum bago. Mrs. Harry Ulrlch, of Intercourse, was a recent guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pastor, of Green street. Mrs. William B. Holmes, of Hones dale, a member of the advisory com mittee of the woman's synodical or ganization of the Presbyterian Church, left for home at noon after a brief stay with Mrs. Gilbert M. Mc'Ckuley, t;! South Front street. Miss Bessie Fager, of 1212 North Second street, gave a dansant last evening at her home complimentary i to Miss Brunner. FEBRUARY 12, 1914. "CAMS" IF BE SICK, HCHY, US—DIME A BOX Turn the rascals out—the headache, biliousness, constipation, the sick, sour stomach and foul gases—turn them out to-night with Cascarets. Don't put In another day of distress. Lot Cascarets sweeten and regulate your stomach; remove the sour, un digested and fermenting food and that misery-making gas; take the excess bile from your liver and carry off the g\ IPRICE 10 CENTSI WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP, Edward Pancako and Miss Belle Pancake, of Boas street, are home after a pleasure trip to Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Edwards, of Johnstown, with their daughter, Mrs. Herman Thome, of Pittsburgh, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wilson, of Penn street, yesterday. Mrs. William H. Mlddleton, of 124 West State street, was a guest of Mrs. Clay Dlener at AnnvlUe for several days. J. Koss HUdebrand, of Saltlllo, 1B spending several days with his son, William Edward HUdebrand, 321 Wal nut street. Dr. John F. Culp will be host at a dinner of eighteen covers this evening at the Senate. There §m Only One "Bromo To Omt Thm GENUINE, Omll For Tim Foil Nmmm Laxative BromQuinine UmmdTbo WorM Over to Out*o oOold In OooDay I Whenever you feel mucoid coming on think p of the name Laxative Bromo Quinine. f Jff Look for this signature on the box. 25c. MIL) I w decomposed waste matter and consti pation poison from the bowels. Then you feel great. A Cascaret to-night will straighten you out by morning—a 10-cent box from any drug store will keep your head clear, stomach sweet, liver and bowels regular and make you feel bul ly and cheerful for months. Don't forget the children.—Advertisement. VALENTINE DECORATIONS AT SUCCESSFUL DANCE One of the most successful demoor. of the season was that arranged for Tuesday evening by Miss Helen Tette mer and Miss Laura Nicholas, at Han shaw's Hall. The decorations in Val entine style, were most elaborate and attractive and many out-of-town guests enjoyed the event. IDYL WHILE CLUB MEETING The Idylwhlle Card Club will hold its weekly meeting to -morrow after noon Instead of to-day, the regular date, with Mra. Fred H. Squires, at Paxtang.