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"Q THE UPTOWN SHIPPING CEWTtII I p N | ® <iil m7?*N«FER £ S„er y Robin son's Two specials this Saturday in the 0 THUD ANDMMD I medium priced trimmed Milliners' e ,«7vsr»-xv r,mn,M FAQTFR APPARFI ForW ?> men Regularly $5 I Regularly $6.50 • ARCiw And MISSCS $3.50 $4.98 4| With Easter but a few weeks away Ribbon and flower trimmed M* ever y woman is anxious to conclude lan hemp hats. decisions in matters of apparel for the Onr Fr**> Trimmin#f Service— "fZ all-important occasion. The assort- All hats are trimmed free of /Ait'V, &)\ charge when the shapes and the / <>Jk A ment in our ready-to-wear departments trimmings are purchased in the / millinery section. * ' s now most complete. New Dress Goods — NEWNESS and CORRECTNESS Wool Batiste—in blues, blacks, (j 1 * \»jV OF STYLE is the kevnote of our browns and terra cotta, ASx)V•?J, t Vfi Tt at _ • • :• • m ((i( iI«S Easter displavs. Crepe de Chines—in terra cotta, uml nsUl .1 | Vli/t " tango, peon blue, black d»1 Clf) ~j jlrWny'ti'W' a and wistaria «pI.OV /gA I W-w/f'l.l", |\ li I \\ SUlTS—Styles that are distinctive—meet- Figured Silks—beautiful figures \\ II '1 i]l \ coats, in short, medium and \ length. In the newest shades, 11 QA ll I, f\\ ing every price desired; of wool crepe, at «px»W ' j) LiAyC serges, checks, taffetas and m6ire silk—ln n r* ii/ i 'y fSW all the favored new toe f\f\ ramps tor Women and I I colors «p^o.uu Misses— I ' I 1 I COATS—A new collecUon of smart Spring "Colonials- with th„ new Louis f, . / and spool heel. Gaby last, recede ' 1 / ,"®' $9.98 toe; botfy patent leather «t«5 Cn V 1 elty plaids and garbardine yv.JO and gun metal *pO«Ovf J] Plain pumps and "Colonials" / T J DRESSES Most attractive styles in with low heels; patent tfjo C/"| dresses for Easter. Materials —crepe me and gun metal teors, soft taffetas, crepe de chine,E . J Y charmeuse and poplin tpiO«Uv > IT PAYS TO BUY UPTOWN < I RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION ! " It's Me For Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That it the joyful cry of thousands since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tab lets, the substitute for calomel. Dr. Edwards,. a practicing physician for 17 years and calomel's old-time enemy, discovered the formula for Olive Tablets while ■ treating, patients for chronic constipation and torpid livers. Or. Edwards, a practicing physician contain calomel, but a healing, sooth ing vegetable laxative. No griping is the "keynote" of these little sugar coated. olive-colored tablets. They cause the bowels and liver to act nor mally. They never force them to un natural action. If you have a "dark brown mouth" now and them—a bad breath—a dull, tired feeling sick headache torpid liver and are constipated, you'll find quick, sure and only pleasant results from one or two little Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets at bedtime. Thousands take one or two every night just to keep right. Try them. 10c and 2Bc per box. The Olive Tablet Co.. Columbus, O. At all druggists. Advertisement. Don't Let a Cold Settle on Your Lungs Many cases of Lung Trouble can be traced directly to a severe cold which has been neglected, and which, as a result, has affected the lungs. If you have a persistent cough or cold, take warning before it is too late. Eckman's Alterative Is most beneficial in such cases and has been the means of com pletely restoring to health many per sons who had serious lung trouble. Read of this case:— Pleasantville, N. J. "Gentlemen:—During the winter of 1911 1 contracted a severe cold, which; settled on my lungs. The doctor pro nounced It lung trouble. I tried nearly every preparation without any result and kept getting worse. Eckman's Al terative was recommended to me and I commenced using it as a last resort. The first bottle seemed to give me no re lief; In fact, I seemed to feel worse, but I kept on using the medicine and found out the first bottle had really started me on the road to recovery by loosen ing the mucus and making me ex pectorate freely. After using the medi cine for some time my cough ceased. I gained flesh and to-day 1 am a well man." (Signed) GEO. M. BATES. fAbove abbreviated; more on re- I quest). Eckman's Alterative lias been proven by many years' test to be most efficaci ous for severe Throat and L.ung Affec tions, Bronchitis, Bronchial Asthma, Stubborn Colds and in upbuilding the system. Contains no narcotics, poi sons or habit-forming drugs. Sold by leading druggists. 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[ ___l***_Cßegtnnt St., Philadelphia i Try Telegraph Want Ads. FRIDAY EVENING. HAJUUSBtfcG t&J&l TELEGRAPH MARCH 27, 1914. AwuseMems MAJESTIC To-night and to-morrow matinee and night—Helen Grayce and her com pany. To-night, "A Dawn of a To morrw"; Saturday matinee, "A Grain of Dust." Monday, matinee and night, March 80—""Romance." Thursday night, April 2 "Ziegfeld Follies.'' HER BEST PLAY AVhat Miss Grayce believes to be the very best play she has ever given her many admirers will be presented at the Majestic this evening. It is "A Dawn of a To-morrow," the sensa tional drama of London slums that has been so successfully presented in England and the United States by Gertrude Elliott and Eleanor Robson. The odd characters of this unusual play are found amidst the fog of the alleys and byways of the great city. They are strange types and among them are the rich man afflicted with an incurable disease. Glad the child of the slums who is imbued with the idea that wonderful things can be accomplished by faith, Jem, the coffee seller, gaiety girls and many others. The drama is staged with special care and the fog scene Is reproduced with sensational realism. The rendition of that Interesting play, "A Grain of Dust," to-morrow afternoon will be made specially interesting by the dance that will be held on the stage after the performance. "Traffic. In Souls" to-morrow night will be found an Intense drama based on the late exposures of District Attorney Whit man, of Xew York.—Advertisement. " ROMANCE" Take the whimsical, spoiled, petted, temperamental, gifted, successful and beautiful young prima donna of a sea son of fashionable grand opera in Mew York city. Take a wealthy, well born. easy-going, suave, literate, ap preciative and cynical man-of-\he world who knows that he can add to his own pleasures in life, as well as maintain his standing as a patron of the arts, by making the prima donna known as the guest of his home. Take an earnest, sincere young clergyman filled with gratitude for his wealthy Yearn For Food— Don't Spurn It A Brisk Appetite Is a Healthful Necessity. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Quickly Restore Lost Relish For Food. Unless you have a real hearty de sire for food you should by all means take no chances of stomach trouble, for a loss of appetite means a signal of distress from a deranged digestion. When the stomach wants food it sig nals the mind through the nerves, and these exicite the taste buds in the mouth which at once secrete large quantities of saliva. This is called "mouth water," and all of us know when our "mouths water" we want food. "There's an appetite that Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets gave me" Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabletß very quickly restore appetite by making the stomach want food. The stomach readily recovers from indigestion, dys pepsia, etc., as soon as it Is enabled to digest food. Stuart's Dyspepsia | Tablets taken after each meal quickly digest that meal and thus wonderfully rest the stomach. In a short time the digestion as sumes Its normal condition and then appetite—and a good appetite, too is the natural consequence. One may actually fluldize a few Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablets, place them in a glass tube with meat, grains, vegetables etc., and those tablets will digest the contents of the tube without aid. Just think then how quickly and ef ficiently they act when they are mixed with the food in one's system and what a great relief It Is to the digestive ap paratus to have its fluids so enriched Go to your druggist to-day and ob tain a 50-cent box and make the actual test yourself after you have eaten a large and hearty meal. Advertise. m«at man, who is a patron of the church, as well as of the arts, and you have the three principal characters of "Ro mance." to be given on Monday at the Majestic with a bargain matinee.—Ad vertisement. THE PADEREWSKI RECITAL The interest iif- the recital of Pad erewski, the wizard of the piano, in creases as the time for the event ap proaches. The sale of seats has been unusually large, and indicates a full house on Monday evening. Those who have not made reservations should do so at once in order to be sure of hear ing and seeing this great artist, per haps for the last time, as it will likely be his last visit to our city. The man agement, by placing a goodly number of seats at popular prices, has given an opportunity which should be im proved by those who have a desire to hear Mr. Paderewsld, and these seats will no doubt be filled by students and others who have made the request for the same. Good delegations are com ing from the surrounding towns, and as they can reach home in good sea son after the recital, It has caused much interest among the musically inclined in these towns. —Advertise- ment. SYNCOPATED RAGTIME Syncopated ragtime melolies, as they are sung by \an and Schenck. are charming Orpheum patrons immensely as one of the bright particular atrac tions supporting Ben Rolfe's delightful one-act musical comedy, "The Bride Shop." This team of pleasing young vocal comedians has long been a favor ite with local audiences and vociferous applause is greeting their return at each performance. The boys have pleasing personalities and possess ex cellent baritone and tenor voices, re spectively. They sing the newest song nits in solo and duet numbers, and no matter which way they are served the same hearty applause greets each num ?£'"• ,T h ® tenor of the duo sings "T Miss You Most of All" In exquisite voice, while several character numbers of the comedy variety are introduced by the other member of the team. About their best harmony song is "My Log Cabin Home," which was written by themselves. At the Orpheum this week they are exhausting their reper toire of Rongs and then prolonged ap plause ensues, the audience still cl&m orlng for more. Van and Sehenck ha\e many admirers in Harrlsburg and i undoubtedly make many frequent visits here and always find a H 0 " 16 ', C°medy of the richest found in two rattling comedy sketches on this same bill. They are a t e ' or aplause. and up to ?. t Ln el i h ®. r mS f two ts ahead. One wh£h !hi T £S Burglar's Union." In rJ blackface comedian is initiat es ft a r; atl ? he is Seen 011 hls Other is a conglomeration of rich nonsense called "Heaps of Hi -'V% mir *h producers both are ringers.—Advertisement. AT HE COLONIAL Among many interesting present tn distributed at the ColoniaVs fatoi e to-night, will be a special section y iln ßrerie for milady. All the pretty accessories that never fail to delight the feminine eye will be in evi dence. Teddy Osborne's Pets is proving the most interesting animal act ever shown at the Busy ConTer and tier, there is a splendid comedy sketch and also a duo of singing comedians on the same offering.—Advertisement. Efforts Being Made to Locate Lone Robber in Cross River Town New Cumberland, Pa., March 27. Chief of Police Howard Stone and other borough officers are to-day con tinuing their investigation of the se ries of attempted robberies here this week. Chief Stone saw the burglar who entered Dr. J. P. Good's drug store and he says he will know him I again if ho sees him. He is believed | to l ve nea.r New Cumberland and la I familiar with the layout of the drug | store. He is a short man and rather thin, as is evidenced by the fact that he crawled through a very small transom. That he was familiar with the store is not doubted, for as soon as he got inside he disconnected the electric bell a.tta,ched to the door and unlocked the door so he could make a hurried departure. Officer Stone saw the man lighting matches and looking into drawers. He notified Dr. Good and then went to the rear of the store building. Th burglar heard the noise and went out the front door. When Stone reached the front of the store the burglar was only fifty feet from him. Two shots were fired at the fleeing figure, but neither took effect. Monday night Watts' barbershop was ontered but nothing was taken. Entrance was gained by prying open a rear window. The same night the burglar attempted to get Into Weld lers barbershop by cutting the glass near the window lock. He was scared away before he could get Inside. The burglar Is evidently hunting nothing but money. FUNERAL OP WAR VETERAN Hummelstown, Pa., March 27.—Fu neral services of Abraham Baum, a former resident of Hummelstown, took place here this morning in the United Brethren Church. Mr. Baum, who was SO years old, died at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Snavely, at Ellra bethtown, Pa. lie was a -eteran of the Civil War and was confined in the famous Anderaonville prison for seven dontlu. ,1 Sir Edward Carson, 60 years old, ex-Solicitor General of England, famed as a public speaker, witty, of commanding personality, and always a bitter enemy of Home Rule, who Is now leading the men of Ulster. Every Home Should Have Its Piano, Player-Piano, Victrola or Edison- Diamond-Disc Phonograph There are probably several hundred families in and about Harrisburg who are depriving themselves of good music in the home because of a mistaken impression that an instrument of high musical quality would cost more than they could afford. This is a mistaken impression, and one for which there is no longer any sound reason. iff I business volume 'co-operation V Victrolas, etc. asfine asevercon Unite Your Desire For a Musical Instrument With Many Others and Come to This Store To-morrow Take Your Pick Special Victrola A $455 Player-Piano of These 10 Bargains Offer To-morrow Investment All Guaranteed Choose any style Victrola, $-40, ~ , t j All perfect condition, some *\°- *'*> »«». *! 1M " **<*>< nearly new, exchanged for player- and a suitable number of records; in Other stores for less than pianos, that's why you can buy them y° ur choice ' $ 550 and up tQ S 6OO . at these prices to-morrow: liV TACU „ rAI LAoH Built by Hardman Peck & Co., PIANOS Qnly fQr th<; Records guaranteed by them and ourselves. Opera, upright .$lO5 T> . . „ i , l Metal tubing, automatic tracking Pease, upright $155 Begin paying.small monthly , atest improve payments on the Victrola, 30 ' . . Schencke, upright JMfoo Have later no nn cv ment for musical expression. Hensel, upright .$205 ° ays later ' no mterest ' no ex " Schaeffer, upright $235 tras ' » TFRMS Malcolm Love, upright. ..$240 Hear the New PLAYERS-PIANOS EDISON sl ° Casb > $ lO Month, y Pianola (65 note) $235 Learn for yourself why a great Including 12 musk rolls, with ex- Bennett & Bretz (88 note) , qausician recently called it "the change privileges in our libiary of $335 greatest musical instrument in the 5,000 rolls. Autopiano (65 note) ...$340 world." See - t to . morrow> And be Autotone (88 note) $385 Come in to-morrow. We'll gladly , play it for you. You'll know then sure to see and hear the Payments $5 to $lO monthly. which pleases you best. Satisfy ITC New Upright Pianos, yourself to-morrow. AINULLUb BeSt BtyleS ' chrnT.W^'lSo Acknowledged leader of aU i $225 to S6OO S2OO and *s2so. player-pianos, at S7OO, SBSO t i Grands, $625 to SBSO Liberal terms. and SIOSO. The J.H.Troup Music House Troup Building. 15 S. Market Square Have You the L It'll Get Yo Epidemic of the Green Beetle Expected to Hit Harrisburg on Monday Sure Have you got the latest bug? What? .You don't know what the latest bug is? Well, it's a green bee tle. Like all bugs, when It comes it comes hard, and by next week every body will have It—or at least they will NEWSPAPER W AIFS "Father, what is home rule - .'"' "Your mother's word. Don't annoy me any more now." —Buffalo Express. "Do you think I can safely ask your daughter to marry me?" I am sure of It. She told me she wouldn't marry you if you were the last man on earth." —Houston Post. "Why so gloomy looking, Madge, dear?" "Jack has thrown me over for a girl with more money." "Oh, there, cheer up! That's no sign that he doesn't love you."—Boston Transcript. Excitable party (at telephone) "Hello! Who is this? AVho is that. 1 say?" Man at other end—"Haven't got time to guess riddles. Tell me yourself who you are."—Boston Tran script. Madge "How was It you didn't have a good time at the reception?" Marjorie—"l heard a story about a girl who was there, but she kept with in hearing all the time, and I couldn't tell it to anybody."—Life. go and ace it. "The Green Beetle" Isn't alive really. It's the setting In a ring, but awful things happen to those who wear the ring. Tf you don't believe that, go to the Orpheum next week and see for yourself. "The Green Beetle" will be the headllner, and It's a great act.—Advertisement. To Discuss American Political Aspects The eighteenth annual meeting of the American Academy of Political and Social Science will take place Fri day and Saturday, April 3 and 4, In Philadelphia. The general topic is "Present International Relations and Obligations of the United States." The present status of the Monro# doctrine, the Mexican situation, policy of the United States In the Pacific and the elements of a constructive Ameri can foreign policy are the topics which will lie discussed during the two days' sessions at the Hotel Walton. "Why have you Interested yourself In theosophy?" „ „ , , "Well," replied young Mrs. Torkins, "my husband persists in talking about I banking and currency. I thought I<l I follow his example and try to act wise I about something that neither of us un derstands."—Washington Star.