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IRKING MUSICALE OF WEDNESDAY CLUB Passion and Easter Music on the Program For First of April A program of "Passion and Easter Music" has been arranged for the working mustcale of the Wednesday Club, Wednesday morning, April 1, at Falinestock Hall. The numbers will include: "Intro duction to Tod Jesti," Graun: "Grief and Pain." "St. Matthew Passion," Bach, Miss Middaugh; (a) Largo e mestro opus No. S, Beethoven, (b) Andante Trieste lament, MacDowell, Miss Snavely; "Jnflammatus," Dvorak; Miss Seaman; "Good Friday Spell," "Parsifal." Wagner, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Keller; "Adoration." Borowoski, Mrs. Gilbert; "As Sleep Takes Flight," Shelley. Mtss Kendig; "The Lord Is Risen," "The Redemption," Gounod, Mrs. Btrmbaugh, Mrs. Hull, Miss Mid daugh: Introd. and Aria, "All Ye Peo ple," "Seven Last Words of Christ," Dubois, Miss Conkling and Mrs. De cevee; chorus (at "Hark the Easter Bells are Ringing." (b) "The Risen Lord," Nevin; "Le Grajide Paque Russe," Rimsky - Korsakow, Mrs. Rhodes; "Resurrection Day," Huhn, Mrs. Hertzler: "t Know That My Re deemer Ldveth," "Messiah," Handel, Mrs. Cox; Hallelujah Chorus. Handel, Miss Wittenmyer, Mrs. Harnish, Miss Bennethum, Mrs. A. Boyd Hamilton. Max Compfcon and Ellis Compton Started this morning for a Western trip, including stops at Chicago and Milwaukee. Out-Door Photos of your CHHJPREN, your HOUSE, your AUTOMOBILE or your STORE. Photo Ihiishing for amateurs. 20 !\. Srronil Mreet, Moom 10. 1 ' All Artists Paderewski will play the piano here the second time in six years. Wouldn't it be a source of delight it you were privi leged to hear him any time you wish? And the same of all of the world's artists? The Victrola is the magician which brings to you all of the world's music at any time you want it. It is time you have a Victrola in you'r home. 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SATURDAY EVENING, Fourteen Little Folks Play Games and Dance The 6-year-old granddaughter of Levi Shealer, 1321 Howard Btreet, celebrated her birthday by giving a party to fourteen of her little friends. Games, music and dancing were en joyed by the children and refresh ments were served to the following guests: Elizabeth Challenger, Entma Smith. Irene Malseed, Elizabeth Shope, Edna Testi, Agnes Ritter. lx>ulsa Lutz, Vir ginia Lutz. Mildred Smith. Margaret Magnanl, John Smith, Donald Gramm, Christ Smith. Robert Hess. Mrs. Car rie Eckard. Mr. and Mrs. John Chal lenger. Mrs. Testi, Mr. and Mrs. Eu gene Magnani. Mrs. Coulson, Mrs. Oil ver Shealer and son Warren ,of Le moyne, Mrs. James Lutz. Miss Chis liolm and Levi Shealer. More Pennsylvanians Wedded at Hagerstown Special to The Telegraph Hagerstown. Md.. March 28.—Miss Pearl Black and Russell E. Sherley, both of Newburg, Pa., were married yesterday at the parsonage of St. Paul's United Brethren Church by the Rev. Dr. A. B. Statton. Miss Martha L. Llppman and Joshua W. Bendet, both of Harrls burg, were united in marriage on Thursday at the parsonage of the First Baptist Church in this city by the Rev. E. K. Thomas, the pastor. Miss Blanche Stevens and Ray Balr, both of Mercersburg. Pa., were mar ried here on Thursday by the Rev. Dr. C. L. Pate, pastor of St. Paul's Metho dist Episcopal Church. Noted Women to Speak at Mrs. Darlington's Tea Mrs. .Tames Henry Darlington has issued invitations for an afternoon re ception at the See Jlouse, 321 North Front street, Easter Monday, April 13, at 4 o'clock, to meet Mrs. Stanley McCormick and Mrs. Henry Wise Miller, both of Boston. Both the vis itors, who are widely known as suf fragists and society leaders, will speak of "Political Equality for Women." Mrs. McCormick is a member of the board of managers of the National Woman Suffrage Association. Miss Cora Drager, of Chicago, who spent the past several weeks with Mrs. William D. Craig, 2212 North Sixth street, was given a farewell luncheon yesterday by her hostess. HUMS DANCE IS LARGELY ATTENDED i First Indoor Event the Club Has Given a Pronounced Success The Iroquois Club held the first in door event in its history last evening at Hansliaw's Hall, when twenty-two couples danced to the music of the Updegrove Orchestra. Those enjoying the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Wildman, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Mammaker, Miss Katharine Hood, of Duneannon: Miss Katherlne Sutton, Miss Helen Klester, Giss Charlotte Klster, Miss Caroline Patschke, Miss Elizabeth Kline, of Duneannon; Miss Ada L. Beaufcer, Misjs Fannie Johnston, Clearfield, Pa.; Miss Margaret Wiltftnan, Miss Margaret Pomeroy, Miss Edna Cartwright, Miss Anna Bacon, Miss Helen Rodgers, Miss i Mabel Orr, Miss Louise Crozier, Miss Mabel Wolbert, Miss Nan Crist, Colum bia, Pa.; Miss Florence Foose, Miss Lydla Major. S- S. pomeroy, Dr. P. E. Deckard, New York city; Walter Johnston, W. H. Johnston, Charles T. Simmers, Sam uel Spencer. Roger Stewart, Dr. Thomas E. Bowman, Thomas Boyd, Martin M. Keet, Charles Orr, Edward Moore, Elmer Ehler, James Q. Hand shaw, Jr., Paul Caton, J. W. Drase, P. E. Grubb, William J. Rynick, Bal timore; George Windsor, James P. Horning. Gas Co. Demonstrates Use of the Broiler . Seventy-five employes and visitors gathered at the rooms of the Harris burg Gas Company. South Second street, last evening for an interesting demonstration of the workings of the gas range and the use of the broiler, particularly valued by housewives. The demonstrators prepared sam ples of their cooking and cakes, bis cuits and other delicacies were served. Afterward some of the guests danced, while others smoked in the first-floor rooms. Mrs. Criswell Hostess For Embroidery Club Mrs. George Criswell, of 1606 Mar ket street, cntertuined an embroidery club of which slie is a member Thurs day afternoon at her home. Refreshments were served after sewing and social chat, to the follow ing ladies: Mrs. William Hetrlck, Mrs. George Widder, Mrs. Matt Loucks, Mrs. Wil liam Bolton, Mrs. Oscar Kines, Dr. Grace Wintersteen, Mrs. J. B. Fast, Mrs. George Criswell. MISS ST A >l3l IX BUFFALO; HONOR GUEST AT DANCE Miss Maude Stamm is visiting Miss Dorothy Pondennis White at Buffalo. This evening Mrs. Pendcnnis White is Riving an informal dance in honor I of Miss Stamm, who will remain in [ Buffalo as Miss White's guest for a | week. DR. BKREXS TAKES RESIDENCE Dr. Conrad Berens, who is known to many In this city and for some time past a chief operating surgeon In the Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia, has fixed his residence there perma nently at 2004 Chestnut street. Miss Caroline Pearson and Miss Mary Harris Pearson, of 503 North Front street, leave Monday for a trip to New York city. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Benne thum, of Cottage Ridre. returned last evening from New York city, where they spent several days. Mrs. Charles Kllgore, of 351 Harris street, was hostess this week for the J. B. Club meeting. T.eland Johnson, a La.wrericeville student, is spending the Spring recess with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis .E. Johnson, in Steelton. Dr. and Mrs. William Blair, of Ann Arbor, Mich., are visiting their rela tives, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Blair, 403 North Second street, on the way home from Brevard, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. T>. Bailey Brandt and children are home from Wernersville, where they -were guests at The Grand View. Miss Julia E. Graydon and Miss Mary Kelker are spending the week end at Atlantic City. Meade and Hoffer Detweiler have resumed their studies at Mercersburg Academy, after a short vacation spent at their home In this city. Mrs. A. T. Hubley, Jr., is at her home, 202 Herr street, after visiting Miss Etta Miller, at Scranton. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Heath have gone home to Cincinnati after a brief •stay among relatives and old friends in this vicinity. Edward E. Goodwillie, of Pitts burgh, is enjoying a stay with friends here. Miss Eleanor Neal Clark, a student at the Baldwin School, Bryyn Mawr, la home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Clark. 109 Reily street, for the midyear vacation. Mrs. William Ross, of Sixth street, and her sister. Mrs. Albert Wagner, of Fifth street, havo gone to Grand Rapids. Mich., to attend the funeral of an uncle. Miss Caroline Lynch is home from the Baldwin School, Bryu Mawr, for the Spring vacation. Miss Maude Sherwood, of 1107 Capi tol street, is giving a dinner this even ing in honor of Miss Blanche Miller, of Upper Strasburg. How's This? We offer On# Hundred Dollars Reward for any ease of Cstarrb that cannot be cured by Ball's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY * CO., Toledo 0. We, the undersigned, hare known P. J. 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I I IBi Whether the modes originate in Paris or New York, you will find I B them in the Sunday Ledger beautifully illustrated and graphically | ||| described by expert fashion writers and artists. Very often they | SB originate in the Ledger. IB Do you know Peggy Shippen, whose sparkling comments and I B gossip have been entertaining thousands every Sunday in this news- | EK paper? You ought to. Get acquainted. IB The Woman's Interest Section of the Public Ledger gives that I B broad viewpoint and detailed information that every woman seeks. I J It is brimming with new suggestions—for the family, the house, the I B garden, the club, gowns, millinery—every intimate phase of home | B Tomorrow the Public Ledger will interest men, women and J 1 children by its stories gathered from all parts of the world, with I B stress upon two great centres of today's news—lreland and Mexico. I ft j E. Alexander Pbwell draws with vividness and power a pen pic- f * ture of Villa's camp of rebels —an Englishman just back from Bel- • * fast describes the Irish situation. I B The Pictorial Section is especially catchy in its views. The f ' sporting writers are restless for the cry of the umpire, "Play ball." I B A huge news magazine for 5 cents — I B SUNDAY'S I ; PUBLIC PLEDGER 1 KAKKISBURG NEWS COMPANY 1 M H * HARRISBURG, PA. 1 Announce the Marriage of Miss Rose Shade Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Shade, of 68 North Thirteenth street, announce the wedding of their daughter, Miss Rose Shade, to Edison R. Henry, at Baltimore, Md., -by the Rev. W. F. May at the North Caroline Street Lu theran parsonage, Saturday, March 21. Mrs. Henry was a former employe of the Harrisburg Silk Mill and is con sidered one of the best weavers In this part of the State, as well a.s being an accomplished musician. Mr. Henry is connected with the Adjutant General's Department at the Pennsylvania State Arsenal. After a short wedding trip to Wash ington, Norfolk and Roanoke, the newlyweds returned to their home at 6 8 North Thirteenth street, where they will be "at home" to their majiy friends. Harper—Kerr Wedding Ceremony at Elkton, Md. Mrs. Louisa Kerr, 828 Cowden street, announces the marriage of her daughter. Miss Beatrice Louisa Kerr, tg Russell Sage Harper, 1942 Fifth street, March 26, by the Rev. J. M. Elmoyle, at Elkton, Md. After the ceremony the young cou ple were given a reception at the home of the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. H. E. Staib, at Camden, N. J. Guests of Miss Rice on Her 19th Birthday Miss Catherine Rice celebrated her nineteenth birthday last evening with an informal party at her home, 1329 James street. Pink roses and carna tions with ferns, decorated the rooms and table a supper was served. Twelve guests spent a pleasant even ing with games and contests before partaking of a chicken supper. (Other Personal* oil Pmxe 7J Little Jennie Zeiders Has Children's Party Little Miss JennJe Zeiders, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Zei ders, 143G Derry street, had a chil dren's party last evening from 7 to 9 o'clock in celebration of her ninth birthday. The house was gay with Spring Ilowers and the guests had a happy time with music and games, followed BAKER'S COCOA Qjfo is Pure a KNOWN THE WORLD OVER AS THE COCOA OF HIGH QUALITY ffl IMA Its delicious flavor and perfect digestibility make EH )>( I la i* a drink of exceptionally great value. To avoid inferior imitations, consumers should be sure to t^ie S enu^ne with our trade*mark on the package. WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. DORCHESTER 1 ; MASS. MARCH 28, 1914 by refreshments. The birthday cake bore nine lighted candles, and every one had a large piece of it. In attendance weer the Misses Mar tha Strausncr, Marie Thompson, Marie Wolford, Katharine Hilton, Elizabeth Ensminger, Katharine Brown alter, Elsie Dare, Mildred Flower, Veda Hannan, Jennie Zei ders, Sara Duncan, Laura Heitz, Annie Forney, Erma Fox and Clare Shader; Edwin Zeiders, Mr. and Mrs. John Zeiders, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Zeiders. DINNER THIS EVENING TO LOCK H.WEN GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. M. Davis, of 1926 North Second street, are enter taining at dinner this evening in honor of their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. ! Sidney D. Furst, of Lock Haven. The party will include Dr. and Mrs. George B. Kunkel, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. William B. McCaleb. Mr. and Mis. J. Norman Sherer, Mr. and Mrs. Furst and Mr. and Mrs. Davis.