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1 Astrich s Our French We Are Displaying Only Lace Hats Panama Hats White Summer Hats In Our French Room Our Display Is Beautiful Please Call and See It / See Louis Before You Go to the Seashore He will tell you that the full width skirt is the latest, and many other changes are rapidly taking place in women's fashions. You want to be dressed in the most approved styles before going to mountain or seashore. All summer materials are reduced from 20 to 30 per cent, during the balance of the season. These will be made up to your measure in accord with the latest style sketchings that are forwarded to Louis weekly by the most exclusive designers and importers. Here you have the choice of hun dreds of patterns,.either one to fit your individual figure If design of material meets your approval. Special orders delivered in five to ten days if desired. Don't forget that these reductions mean a 50-dollar suit for 35 dollars, and a 30-dollar summer suit for 20 dollars. LOUIS, Ladies' Tailor and Costumer, 621 North Sec ond stret, below North. EDUCATIONAL PREPARE FOR OFFICE WORK DAT AND NIGHT SESSIONS Unroll Next Monday SCHOOL OF COMMERCE 16 S. MARKET SQ„ HARRISBURG, Harrisburg Business College Day and Night. Business, Shorthand and Civil Service. In dividual Instruction. 28th year. 329 Market St Harrisburg, Pa. HERSHEY PARK MAY HOP Wednesday Eve. May 20 The Event of the Season. PAINT AS A FACTOR A veneer of paint really covers the world. Look about you, everywhere is paint, outside and inside of your home and on the automobile or wagon you ride in. It is a preservative as well as covering a multitude of sins. There are good paints and bum ones. Buy the H. B. Davis paints and varnishes and you are safe. Shaffer Sales Co., 80-88 South Cameron street. Phone us. ARE YOU /jSk. FOLLOWING (Mm the Adventures of "LUCILLE LOVE, The Girl of Mystery" in her wilcj and heart-rending chase after Hugo Loubeque, the arch conspirator, who holds the destiny of her aged father and her dashing lover in the hollow of his hands ? Each Chapter is More Thrilling Than the One Before Do not fail to read each and every installment as they appear exclusively in this paper. TUESDAY EVENING, mm COSIEST IT 111 FESTIVAL Sphinx Scientific Gub Will Pur chase Stereopticon Lan tern For Academy The Sphinx Scientific Club of the Harrisburg Academy will hold a big lawn festival at 2109 North Third street on Friday evening. May 22, from 7to 10 o'clock. The proceeds of this festival are to be used in purchasing a stereopticon lantern to be presented to the Academy. . Many interesting and novel features will be introduced, among them a "hit the-nigger-baby," whose occupant, it has been promised, will be one of the most popular students at the Academy and will furnish great amusement. Another booth will contain a for tune-teller, one of the most beautiful girls in Harrisburg, whose identity will not be disclosed until after the affair. Then there will bo a fish pond, a Punch and Judy show, a sleight-of hand performance and even a side show where all the latest freaks will be exhibited. A feature appealing to all the young people and lots of the older ones will bo a dancing contest. , This contest will be for he best coupfe dancing the castle walk, the hesitation and the tango and will be run as follows: Trial contest at 8.30 o'clock; semifinals at 9.15; finals at 9.45. All these features are, of course, in company with the festival, where ice cream and cake may be purchased by the admission ticket of 15 cents. Candy also will be sold. Remember tho night, May 22. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan E. Hause and the Misses Hause will remove early in June from 262 Boas street to their new country place in Bellevue Park. Charles Aronson has returned from New York'city where he was called by the death of his father. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Fink, of Wilmington, Del., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Cook, of the Etter apartments, Pine street. SAYS SULPHUR IS SURE TO RELIEVE ITCHING ECZEMA Get ail Ounce of Bold-Sulphur Cream aiul Heal Skin Eruptions Bight Up Any breaking out or irritation on the face, ams, legs or body when ac companied by itching, or when the skin is dry and feverish, can be read ily overcome by applying a little bold sulphur cream, says a noted derma tologist. He informs us that bold-sulphur instantly allays the angry itching and irritation and soothes and heals the Eczema right up leaving the skin clear and smooth. Bold-sulphur has occu pied a secure position for many years in the treatment of cutaneous disor ders because of its parasite-destroy ing property. Nothing has ever been found to take its place in treating the Irritable and inflammatory skin af fections While not always establish ing a permanent cure it never fails to subdue the itching irritation and drive the Eczema away and it is often years later before any eruption again ap pears on the skin. Those troubled should obtain at any pharmacy an ounce of bold-sulphur cream which is applied to the affected parts in the same manner as an ordi nary cold cream. It isn't unpleasant and the prompt relief afforded, parti cularly in itching Eczema, proves very welcome.—Advertisement. Business L>ocals GAZE AT THE CEILING and walls of ./your home. Environ ment plays a more important part in life than heredity. Are the rooms in your home properly papered to } suggest refinement and a taste for the | artistic? We have wall papers from rive cents up. Peerless Wall Paper 'lure, 418 North Third street. THE MIDWAY CLEARANCE I of Spring and Summer suits at the j Klein Company store is a ten-day | event that merits the consideration of | >ery woman or miss in Central > sylvania. Sweeping reductions ~ " including coats, suits, skirts and waists in the latest models. orth Market Square. NTERESTING EVENTS 111 D. I. R. HISTORY Twentieth Anniversary Celebrated This Afternoon at the Country Club Most interesting exercises were held this afternoon at tlie Country Club of Harrisburg by Harrisburg chapter, Daughters of the American Revolu tion, in celebration of its twentieth anniversary. The reception room was bright with an array of spring blossoms and foli age, with flags of the United States much in evidence. Mrs. Gilbert M. McCauley, the re gent, presided, and the program in cluded: Ritual: Roll of Charter Members; singing, "Battle Hymn of the Repub lic"; vote for officers; reports of of ficers; soprano solo, "There is a Land," Allitzen, "Spring Has Come," White, Miss Mary Bell Corbett; Snap Shots of National D. A. R. Congress, Miss Cora Lee Snyder; Plans for Silver's Spring Gateway, Mrs. Henry McCor mlck; singing, "Pennsylvania"; Inter esting Events in Chapter's History, Miss Carolino Pearson; solos, "Little Boy Blue," Joyce, "Joy In the Morn ing," Ware, Miss Mary Bell Corbett; report of tellers; singing, "Star Spangled Banner." In Other Days. Miss Caroline Pearson's paper told of the formation of Harrisburg chap ter, D. A. R., May 19, 1894, at the resi dence of Mrs. Francis Wyeth, the first regent, with the following char ter members: Mrs. Francis Jor dan. Miss Ellen W. Hall, Mrs. Hugh Hamilton. Mrs. Levi B. Alricks, Mrs. Francis Wyeth, Miss Caroline Pearson, Mrs. M. W. McAlarney, Mrs. Caleb Carlton, Mrs. George Wolf Buehler, Miss Mary Buehler, Mrs. John C. Kun kel and Mrs. Jacob S. Haldeman. But six of these are now living. Miss Pearson, who held the position of chapter historian for ten years, told of the historical research made in papers for the meetings, of the dis tinguished men who have addressed the chapter at various times and of meetings of varied literary interest. She spoke of the beautiful memorial gateway erected in 1906 at old Paxton churchyard, by this chapter and of two state conventions of the order, meet ing in this city, as well as of the mem orable visit of the President General Mrs. Donald McLain, of New York, a few years ago. The chapter offers prizes each year to the girls of the senior class of the Central High school for the three best essays on a given patriotic subject, and also aids In the support of children of mountaineers in the Hindman, Ky., settlement school and the Berry school of Georgia. ( After the program, tea was served and a social hour enjoyed, with rem iniscences of the past and wishes ex pressed for another decade of patri otic work and pleasure for the organ ization. Miss Pauline Hauck Entertains Young Folks Mrs. Harriet Hauck arranged a birthday surprise party for her daughter Miss Pauine Hauck yester day, at their residence 1614 Berryhtll street. Games and dancing were en joyed by the young folks, with a sup per following. Enjoying the hospitalitv were the Misses Hattie Elder, Ethel Lutz, Marie Daugherty, Susan Rhoads, Mary Mumma, Louise Edwards, Agnes Schell, and Pauline Hauck, Mrs. Fortenbaugh, Airs. Hauck, Stephen Anderson, Warren Lyme, Earl Os man, Edward Martin, Earl Glace and Norman Jones. Mrs. 11. L. Gllson and Miss Cornelia Gllson, of Flatbush, N. Y.. arrive in the city to-morrow to visit Mrs. J.! Snively Ryder, of Cottage Ridge. Mrs. Verona A. Jordan and daugh ter, Mrs. Minnie Bailey, of Kain, Pa., jare spending a week or two at the residence of F. S. Stevenson, 1932 State street. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Devenney spent Sunday with A. S. Devenney and fam ily at Mechanlcsburg. Lunchmen j Roomy tables. Seats eleven; perfect | ventilation; cool in summer; warm in j winter. Complete equipment. Gas or gasoline. One man cooks and serves. |No help. No salaries. No high rent. Cars clear $35 to S6O a week. Big chance for cars in Steelton, Middle town, Newport, Lewistown, Sunbury, Milton. Altoona, Huntingdon, Carlisle, Gettysburg, Shlppensburg, etc. This Model 1 car will be on display on va cant lot, corner Cameron and Derry streets, Harrisburg, until May 28th, hours A a. m. to S p. m., dally. Come and see the finest launch Car on the market. Sold on easy monthly pay ments. L. H. HUliard In charge. Superfluous Hair Disappears Like Magic Xevr Wonder Mnkt-s It Unnecessary to lie Dangerous, DlNilnruiing elec tric Needle or Burning Panted, I'owdcri or I,lquotla Every woman in this vicinity who suffers the deep humiliation and em barrassment of superfluous hair and who has used any or all of the worth less advertised depilatories in a frantic search for lasting relief, will rejoice to learn that an entirely new method has been found which quickly and painless ly eradicates all signs of ugly repulsive hair growths and produces positive, complete and certain results in every instance. This remarkable master stroke of modern chemistry can now be obtained by sufferers through the en terprise of a well-known woman who succeeded in permanently removing every trace of her own hairy growths after all else had failed. In her honor it is called itirs. Osgood's Wonder. It is the only effective eradicator that never fails to remove all of super fluous hair smoothly and painlessly and without Injury to the skin or com plexion. In a surprisingly large num ber of cases it has succeeded in killing the hair roots, source of all growth, so tnat it has never returned. Kennedy's Medicine Store has been fortunate in securing a supply of Mrs. Osgood's Wonder which you can se cure on the guarantee of money-back if it fails: or any other up-to-date Drug or Department Store can supply you or get it for you. Ask for it by name, Mrs. Osgood's Wonder. A signed guar antee comes with every package, but do not forget that while there Is no danger of applying this amazing dis covery to even the most sensitive skin, it should not bp used except where totai destruction of the hair wherever ap- ( plied is desired.—Advertisement. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH STUDENTS TIKE Ml EIGHT-MILE TRIP Enjoy Study of Birds and Flowers in the Mountains Back of Enola A jolly crowd of Central high school students, chaperoned by Miss Grace E. Tatnal, a teacher of zoology at the school, took an eight-mile tramp through the Bluo Mountains back of Enola. The students looked for birds, gathered llowers and searched the streams, upon which habitat they wrote an account. The hikers left Enola at 11.30 o'clock in the morning, enjoying a lunch in the open. After a long day of pleasure they were the guests of Miss Kathryn Famous at dinner, covers being laid for seven. The party included Miss Grace E. Tatnal, Aliss Miriam Shuman, Miss Florence Rinkenbach, Miss Elizabeth Bird, Miss Sara Ranch. Miss Esther Famous and Miss Kathryn Famous. Another party of high school teach ers and students enjoying a trip in the spring woods included Miss Mary C. Ortli. Miss Tressa Greenawaldt, Miss Catherine Orth. Miss Naomi Bervard. Miss Katherine V. Fahnestock and Miss Elizabeth McCormick. Fly Swatting Contest Started by Civic Clab At the meeting of the Municipal Department of the Civic Club held at the Country Club yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Robert H. Irons was appointed chairman of the fly-swatting cam paigns. Arrangements were completed for two campaigns beginning the first of June and the first of August. Five cents a pint will be paid for all dead flies brought in on measuring days. There wll be six prizes; two prizes of $5 each for the greatest quantity, two of $2.50 each for the next, and two prizes of $1 each. The days for meusurlng these flies will be announ ced later. Civic Club fly traps will be placed throughout the city in the stores. There is urgent need of a curfew law in Harrisburg and a committee from the Civic Club has been urging the passage of such a law by City Councils. Mrs. Haywood's Birthday Festivities Yesterday Friends of Mrs. Richard Haywood met at her residence, 620 Yerbeke street last evening to help celebrate her birthday anniversary. Floral gifts of carnations and sweet peas brightened the house. Music and a buffet supper was enjoyed by the guests. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. I Harry Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. James Fagan, of Texas, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Finefrock, Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rohrer, and dau ghter, of Middletown, Mr. and Mrs. John Stroh, Mr. and Mrs. John McKee, Mr. and Mrg. F. C. McNutt, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Welser, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Re'se, and daughter, Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. William Janus Berry, Mr. und Mrs. Haywood, Miss Rebecca McNutt, Lester Haywood, Edward Stewart and William Stewart. Queen Esther Circle Meets With Misses Meloy The Misses Meloy of North Fif teenth street entertained the Queen Esther circle of the Ridge Avenue Methodist church at their home, last evening. A social hour followed the business session, when Mrs. Chester C. Byler won a floral contest. Those present were Mrs. David Fis her, Mrs. Frank H. Gregory, Mrs. C. C. Byler, Mrs. Edwin Miller, Mrs. Edward Evans, Mrs. Harry Cass, Mrs. Frank Bratten, Mrs. Cora Ewing Harr, Miss Mary Neeter, Miss Verna Miller, Miss Anna Stoner, Miss Catherine Helcher, Miss Anna Brenneman, Miss Belle Pancake, Miss Irene Wagner, Miss Maud Stites, Miss Anna Winters, Miss Mary Evans, Miss Elizabeth Campbell, of Scranton; Miss Blanche Meloy, Miss Olga Meloy, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Meloy. Mrs. Jacob Schropp and daughter, Priscilla, of Lebanon, are guests of Mrs. Warren Leib, in this city. Mrs. John Fitch, of Philadelphia, | who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. i Frank H. Gregory, 612 Reily street, has returned home. Miss Erma Henry, of 38 North Eighteenth street, was a recent hos tess for a club of which she is a mem ber. Mrs. Harper, with Miss Marian and William Harper, of 457 South Eigh teenth street, are spending some time at Illghfield Farm, New Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Todd, of Pine street, are visiting relatives at Charleroi, this week. Mrs. Charles Sehaup, of 36 South Seventeenth street, entertained at cards Monday evening at her resi dence. Mrs. John G/ Larkin and daughters, Miss Helen Larkin and Miss Carrie Miller, of Pittsburgh, are the guests of Mrs. Larkin, at 1522 Naudaln street. Miss Florence Rohrer entertained members of the I. T. B. Club last even ing at her home. Miss Martha Elmer Fleming is home after a short trip to Philadelphia. Miss Sara M. Jacobs, of the Seiler school faculty is making a good re covery after an operation for appen dicitis. Miss Margaret Hummer has return ed to Philadelphia after spending a month with her mother, at 56 North Twelfth street. OPEN CHELSEA COTTAGE Mr. and Mrs. Horace B. Porter have opened their cottage at Chelsea for May, and will have with them for the week-end, guests from New York city. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison H. Prowell, of 602 Boas street, announce the birth of a ion, Roy Walters Prowell, Thursday, May 14, 1914. Mrs. Prowell was Miss Alice Kobler, of this city, prior to her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Kalfey, 1408 Walnut street, announce the birth of a so.i, Andrew Care Halfey, Thursdav, May 14, 1914. ' Mrs. Schmidt Hostess at Cards and a Sapper Mrs. Charles L Schmidt entertained Informally at her home, 222 Forster streets, Monday afternoon. The rooms were decorated with baskets filled with snapdragon, miniature gladiolas and lupine. The guests spent a pleasant utter noon playing cards. The prize win ners were Mrs. E. Wallace Case, Mrs. L. Frank Bass, Mrs. H. D. Delmotte and Mrs. Nelle Fager Smith. Rutherford catered for the supper, served at tf o'clock, during which Earle Burtnette furnished the music. The guests were seated about small tables, each adorned with a slnglo pink Killarney rose in a wicker vase. Place favors were old-fashioned Co lonial bouquets of French orchids and Spencer peas. The guests included Mrs. Charles Elder, Mrs. Herbert Zug, Mrs. P. G. Diener, Mrs. Ahram Black. New Cum berland; Mrs. William Price, Mrs. Geo. Sourbier, Mrs. James Lutz, Mrs. N. Fuger Smtih, Mrs. Minerva Lyter, Mrs. Austin N. Miller, Miss Doliie Miller, Miss Edith Sible, Miss Elizabeth Dun can, Mrs. Harry Miller, Mrs. C. H. Sigler, Mrs. Joseph W. Xbach, Mrs. John Flickinger, Mrs. Harry Bruaw, Mrs. J. Harry Steele, Mrs. Albert Fager, Jr., Mrs. J. Weatherly, New Cumberland; Mrs. William Smyser, Mrs. John B. Gigl, Jr., Mrs. H. D. Delmotte, Mrs. E. W. Case, Mrs. L. Frank Bass, Mrs. Leon Neffe, Mrs. Wayne Lyter. Mrs. Alfred Moul, Mrs. John Marshall, Mrs. William Bickley, Mrs. Isaiah Reese, Mrs. Frank Foose, Mrs. H. D. Hutching. Detroit, Mich., and the Misses Schmidt. INVITATIONS TO OPENING OP WILD CAT CI/CBHOCSE Invitations have been received in Harrisburg for the annual opening of the Wild Cat Clubhouse at Wild Cat Kalis along the Susquehanna river near Marietta. This big event will take place this year on Friday, May 29. Harrisburg guests will include State, county and city officials, lawyers, citi zens and railroad officials. It is prob able a special train will be run to Marietta from Harrisburg to accom modate the big crowd. SAILING FOR EUROPE TO JOIN DR. CARSOX COOVER Miss Katharine 1,. Coover, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Fred W. Coover, with Miss Ethel Parsons ,of Wilmington, Del., her room-inate while at Wilson College, sailed from New York at noon to-day lor Naples, on the Cun arder, Carpathla. They will visit points of interest in Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Holland, France and England. They will visit Miss CoOver's brother, Dr. Carson Coover, who lias been studying for some time in Berlin, and expect to return to this country the latter part of August on the "Olympic." Fort Washington Park Dancing every Wednesday and Fri day. Prize hesitation, Wednesday night Morgan's orchestra. Prices 10c and 25c. ANNOUNCE SUMMER DANCES Charles G. Bernheisel will open a series of summer dances atFortWash ington Park Wednesday May 20, con tinuing Wednesday and Friday even ings throughout the season. All the new and graceful dances will be fea tured and the "Maxixe" popularized by the Vernon Castles, will be demon strated in all its steps; also the "Twinkle," "Aviation Dip" and the like. The Morgan Orchestra will play. DOROTHY HURI/OCIi'S GUESTS AT CARDS, YESTERDAY Miss Dorothy Hurlock, daughter of' Dr. and Mrs. William Spry Hurlock, had a card party yesterday in celebra tion of her fourteenth birthday. The guests were the Misses Eleanor Ruth erford, Elizabeth Zeigler, Gertrude Olmsted, Elizabeth Brandt, Jean Da vis, Marian Whittaker, Mary Kunkel, Louise Johnson, Kate Darlington, Elizabeth Hurlock, Clare, Reynolds, Dorothea Davis, Dorothy Cox, Annette Steele and Helen Davis. MISS HENRY'S PUPILS ARE HEARD IX RECITAL Music pupils of Miss Irma Henry gave a recital at her studio, 38 North Eighteenth street, last evening, with refreshments served afterward. Lilies and tulips decorated the rooms and the audience Included the parents and a few friends of the young people. Participating in the program were: Hilda Atkinson, Arthur Bard, Fred erick Atkinson. Rebecca Loh, Buddie Starry, Marie Frankenberger, Marlin Skiles, Fay McNeal, Kaulp Birclilield, Edgar Leads, Florence Casell, Daisy Arms, Gertrude Stark, Miss Maude Burchfield, Earl Wyke, Miss Opan Mc- Can and Miss Sylvia Drawbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Boyles, of 632 Reily street, are home after a visit with friends at Newbury, Cumber land county. Miss Amy Boyles, of Reily street, and Miss Kathrine Weaver, of Enola, spent Sunday with Miss Weaver's par ents at Glendale. STOLEN PAINTING RETURNED By Associated Press New York, May 19.—The painting by John Sargent, "Perseus With the Head of Medusa," recently stolen from the Brooklyn Museum, was returned in the mail to-day. It was not dam aged in any \\ay. No clue to the sender was obtained. . OPERATOR MURDERED By Associated Press Philadelphia, May 19.—Wtih a bul let hole in the head the body of Charles Buckman, 4 5 years old, a tele graph operator at the Somerton sta tion of the Philadelphia and Reading Railway, was found to-day In a field near the station. No weapon was found near the body and police are working on a murder theory. AMUSEMENTS COLONIAL Kilgore's olonial IDS HONAN&HEIM I ia MORSE & HILL I lUC v PHOTOPLAY TO-DAY * "Behind the Footlights," 3 reel*. Sandy and Shorty Start Some thing." "Hounils of tlie Underworld," 3 reels. ADMISSION A I.WAYS ,1i- MAY 19, 1914. LADIES' BAZAAH Last Call! Come Quick to Get One of These Suits Our most liberal expectations were far exceedea the first two days of our final clearance of all ladies' and misses' Spring Suits. There are still a number of choice garments to be had, but to secure one of them means prompt selection. Don't put it off—come to-morrow if you would avoid disappointment. Choice of Our $12.98 to $14.98 Ladies' and Misses' Suits including serges, diagonals, Bed- /p Ml A A ford cords, shepherd checks, striped ratine, etc., in black, navy and bright shades, all lined with % excellent quality silk, for ■— Choice of Our Best Suits, Worth $16.98 to $24.98 in all wool poplins, crepe, shep- A mmmm herd checks, basket weaves, high grade French serge, ratines, etc., M in navy, black and bright colors, M exceptionally well made and V beautifully tailored, for \ . - Wednesday Special Wednesday Special SI.OO Silk Hose, 59c s7' Silk Kimonos, $2.98 They come In black only, an Just eight in the lot. Beauti exceptlonally fine silk hose, with fu , klmonoa ma de of excellent lisle soles and garter tops, and ... ... . , sold at other stores for SI.OO quality silk, formerly and $7, here, to-morrow only, 59c to-morrow, special * A The New Gown Needs a New Corset And we have them in a variety of makes and models, the most popular priced line being the Thompson's Glove-tltting Corsets QQ in the new low bust and lace front models; worth $1.50 vOC Don't Forget 1A 10 C JIL Cl -mmrf Don't Forget the Number IU-1* O. 4111 01. W the Number Business .Locals DO NOT TRIFLE with your eyesight. Many people who really need glasses never take the trouble to And out for certain, and go on ruining their eyes. Don't be one of these. If vou're in doubt, call at my office at your leisure and I will tell you whether glasses will be of any help to you. Ralph L. Pratt, eye sight specialist, 807 North Third street. SMART LUGGAGE When traveling among strangers you are usually judged by your per sonal appearance and your luggage is most noticeable. Our sale of dress suit cases and Fnglish bags made of genuine cowhide in tan, brown and black, with full leather lining and sewed corners are exceptional values at $5.98. Sizes 16, 17 and 18. Regal Umbrella Co., Second and Walnut streets. THE CRITICAL EYE i will approve the clothes designed by Simms. To be effective the designer must have originality, a proper con ception of his customers' requirements , anf< able to interpret style. All of these qualities are in evidence on • Simms' custom tailored garments, [ worn by men of discriminating taste. ! xk. J. Simms, 22 North Fourth street. I . Newest On the Cityi j J \jttMw, Most centrally located of life'' law '- 1 Ini I IS £e\ distant from Broad St. ' | B| gp Station and the Heading CENTER^ PALACE THEATER 333 MARKET STREET TO-DAY Frnnela Ford nnd Grace Canard lu Series No. X TO-I»AY " LUCILLE LOVE," The Girl of Mystery ®OUR PROGRAM TO-MORROWt "THE MONSTER AND THIO GIRL," ARIA featuring Vlnnle Hum.*, In n 4-reel drama. Arthur Allardt, Edythe Sterling and Mr*, I'rniir. in a Frontier DraniH. "NIB GET NULL'S WARD." Ford Sterling;, featuring In a Sterl- Inn corned?, "THE FATAL WEDDING." Phillip* Smaller, Rupert Julian and EPISOIJR "'n " KCX ,lrn,l,a ' "THIS J Vivian Preacott nnd Charle* De- Forrest In « C'rjatal comedy, "CHAR LEY'S ARRIVAL." F "^' J Admission—All Seats 5c """JS"* (UmvEasSV) , c „. (SSjvEpjs*t) vJjS? venal special. "SAMSON" In 0 reel*. Business Locals PROGRESS TREADS CX TOES Especially on the toes of antiquil M No more forcible illustration of flrfw may be had than seeing the staff of electrical experts at the Dauphin Elec trical Supplies Co. displace obsolete methods with modern electrical ap pliances. Everything electrical for home, office or factory may be aad at this store, and wiring of houses a specialty, 434 Market street. "AYS WELL TO KEEP WELD If you do not take time to take care of your health you may have to take the time to be sick and ailing. We are in business for your health and maintain the most approved facilities for scientific baths and massage. Com petent lady and gentlemen attendants. Health Studio, John H. Peters. H. D., ; 207 Walnut street. IS YOUR HOME HAPPY as it could be? If you are without a ■ piano We assure you that it is not. ■ Music dissipates the blues and pro motes cheerful home surroundings i a U makes it an incentive for the chil dren to have their social evenings at home. We have pianos from $175 to $450 on the easy payment plan, if de sired. Yohn Bros., 8 N. Market Square.