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New Arrivals Will Be Featured in Our Clearance Sale To-Morrow Our buyer returned from Philadelphia and New York to-day with a lot of beautiful articles in Ladles' wearing apparel which were picked up at such big priee concessions as to enable us to enter them In our clearance sale at clearance prices. The styles are up to the minute—the very last word In Fashion's realm—and the opportunities presented to morrow are indeed unusual. As quantities are limited, early selection to-morrow Is tlie only way to safeguard against disappointment. Dainty Summer Suits in Cool Fabrics Lot of 16 sample suits in pure ramie linen, colors are navy, Co penhagen, white and wistaria, and white crepe, the newest model skirts with Russian tunic; values $7 to SJO. While they fIJO QR last «(»*<• «/«-» Other sample suits in ratine, plain and fancy in a variety of shades; worth up to $16.60. While they $4.98 NEW SUMMER DRESSES Wide and medium width striped voile dresses, with stripes of assorted shades, handkerchief collar and cuffs; Russian tfJO QQ tunic; worth $7. In our clearance sale Pretty flowered voile dresses. Russian tunic, handkerchief collar and cuffs, girdle of self material in medium tucks; worth d? OQQ $6.50. In our clearance sale »P«J.«7O Other dresses in all wanted fabrics. Including linen, voiles, ging hams, crepes, rice cloth, etc., etc.; new models; worth $3 to $7.50. . I rie t T. clearance $1.98 to $3.98 50c SILK HOSE, 29c Ladies' black silk hose; regular 50c quality. Special for OQ Saturday only; limit 2 pairs to a customer, pair Pretty Wash Skirts— Summer Coats For Many New Extra special is a lot of white Snore or Mountain ratine skirts, with Russian tunic of openwork ratine; worth White chinchilla coats, sum s4.oo, hut because they are sam- mer weight; worth $16.50. In pies, bought at a price. Take our clearance tIH Qfi your choice $1.98 sale *r 1 U.i/O Others in ail wanted summer hite serge coats, wide wale fabrics and shades materials; worth SB.OO. In 98c to $3.98 Don't Forget 1A 19 C /IfL Cj. -mrks Doa't Forget the Number u. 4IU the Number Harrisburg Elks Go to Grand Lodge Sessions Harrisburg lodge, No. 12, Benevo lent Protective order of Elks, will have three representatives in the grand lodge sessions at Denver, next week. The Harrisburg Elks leave to night and will return from Denver one ■week from Saturday. In the party ■will be: Past Exalted Ruler Percy L. Grubb, who Is the representative; Past Ex alted Ruler John H. Maloney, alter nate, and District Deputy Grand Ex- Business Locals TINTED EYE-GLASSES The glare of the su., in summer is In j urious to eyes sensitive to strong light and prevents the full enjoyment <of outdoor sports. We will make your tinted eye-glasses from your your present optical prescription or test your eyes for lenses best suited for p'ou. Ralph L. Pratt, eye-sight spe cialist, 807 North Third street. To morrow a Day of Powerful Values Here Your money will enjoy bigger purchasing power here to morrow than we have ever before made possible, and that is equivalent to saying "than it has ever enjoyed anywhere." This store maintains a policy of the quick turning of merchandise into money and this necessitates volume of sales to make the business profitable. Hence, we must UNDERSELL—we have no choice in the matter—and the following items for to-mor row's selling will exemplify the manner in which we carry out our policy. Another lot of Women's and! Sadies' New Handbags. The cor- Mlsses' plaid and plain wool dress rect summer styles. New patent skirts, all sizes, with and without catch fasteners; values up to SI.OO tunics, worth up to $3.00 QQ_ each. Saturday AQr. each. Saturday sale »/OC |> r ice Hrl/C Women's and Misses' Newest New Navy Linen Dress Skirts. Fancy Crepe and Mull Dresses. * ler tlln ' c models; worth Several styles to select from. The "-•00. Special Saturday, d*-J o A lons Russian tunic styles, all this tlle y P° at t 1, «" season's pretty colors; worth up Ladies' Deep Embroidery and to $7.50 each. Saturday QO Lace Trimmed Corset Covers, real selling price ,«pA«I7O 35 c value. Saturday clean 1 71/ _ . , , up sale price ' /2** Mens 50c blue chambray work- ... Ing shirts. Sale price, 1 . Extra special clean-up. Ladles' 35c 3 for «pI.UU fancy all-silk Messaline Shirt Waists, $2.00. $2.50 and $3.00 Men's fine Bathing Suits; ACk n values. Not all sizes. Clean- nc\„ wottfh 85c. Per suit up price # «7C Women's $3 value Silk Shirt ln^°™ues S ftd? R ' bbed WjUju. 89c pn™ .. . 4!/ 2 C p 98c values, fancy embroidery Fancy Trimmed Baby Caps, front Shirt Waists. Morn- OO formerly sold up to 98c. * ing sales 8 to 10 a. m AOC Clean-up price, each Boys' Oliver Twist Suits, sacrl . ficed. Sale price, morning QQ„ Women s $7.00 Spring style Bal- sales 8 to 12 a. m . . macaan coat, sacrificed d»0 QC R. &G. Celebrated Corset's,' SI.OO to clean up the lot ~,n d Saturday sa | e> sac . Women's $2.00 value Linen Dress P r '£® •• • OC Skirts. The newest tier and Rus- „ Boy i' * 4 :>0 onl Cloth Suits, sian tunics, Saturday sale price, 8 a. m. to 1 p. m., sacrificed, per -J yg $1.24 & $1.49 Morning sales special. Men's 5c Turkey Red .Handkerchiefs. (None . . , ...... sold to children.) 1 _ Extra special. Women's 16-but- Each lC double fln- Extra special. Women's all wool ger "PS. worth SI.OO pair. 4-Qf mixtures, plaid stripes and plain Saturday only, sale price nayy an(J h , ack an J, brown Women's and Misses' Linen Coat sl <t rt s; worth up to $3.98. QQ Suits, formerly $8 and $9 per suit. Your P' ck thls sale JJOC This Saturday Iqq Women's neckwear, worth up sale «p1.0i7 to 50c. Broken lots, assorted col ors and white. Sale 11/ Women's House Dresses, Two price 1 /2C days' specials, to-day, Saturday. Women's SI.OO fancy embrold- Value SI.OO and $1.25. CQ„ ered Shirt W&ists; broken on Sale price wft ~t s. Sale price C SMITH'S, 412 Market St. % FRTDAY EVENING, ILARRJSBURG TELEGRAPH JULY 10. 1914 alted Ruler V Hummel Brecken ridge. Past Exalted Ruler Maloney is of the earlier herd of Elks. He was exalted ruler of the old Harrisburg lodge, and later was a member of Lebanon lodge. He has attended every grand lodge session for the past twenty-five years. Charles T. Jones, a member of Harrisburg lodge, left at noon to day. He was joined at the Harris burg station by Elks from Allentown, York, Hanover and Ohamhersburg. ONLY IX THUS STORE And nowhere else in the city, can you enjoy a side-by-side comparison of the Victor-Victrola, Columbia-Grafa nola and Edison-Diamond-Disc. Come in any time. J. H. Troup Music House, 15 South Market Square.—Ad vertisement. Summerdale Park Rand and orchestra every Tuesday and Saturday evenings. Miller's or chestra Thursday evening—Advt. BIBTHDDY OIUVER FOB GEORBE QRLEY Friends Gather at His Good Hope Home For the Cele bration In celebration of the fifty-second birthday anniversary of George Quigley, a party of friends and neigh bors gathered at his home at Good Hope, bringing him gifts and a nice sum of money. There was music to entertain the visitors and a fine "'dinner served. Among those present were the Rev. William Quigley, of Red Linn; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Quigley and sons Herbert and Archie, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Quig ley and daughter Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf, all of Lemoyne; J. C. Schroeder and Miss Mary Kelly, York; Misses Sara Bartch, Zella Sloop, Harrisburg; Howard Bartch, H. Stan ley Barnhart, Harrisburg; Mrs. Ida S. Bender and family, William F. Ben der, Robert, Roosevelt and Margaret Bender, Mrs. Edwin Clouser, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Gerling and daughter Dor othy, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Mc- Fadden, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bartch and daughter Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. William Mozer, Miss Maggie Sheriff, Miss Nora Reynolds, Walter Fetzer and George Reynolds, all of Mechan lcsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Keller Adams and family, Miriam, Eva May and Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brlck er and family. Bertha. Elsie, Mabel, Mary, Alma and Elmer, all of New Kingston; John Shaeffer, Steelton; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Swartz and family, John, Maggie, Miriam, of Good Hope; Mr. and Mrs. Elias Henry and family, Delia, Romaine, Paul and Melvin; Ralph Gates, of Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. George Quigley and family, George and Esther Quigley, of Good Hope. Ten Days' Canoe Trip Enjoyed by Four Boys Richard F. Hamer, of 1100 North Second street; William Jennings, Ross Jennings and William Brown, of Dun cannon, returned to tlieir homes yes terday after a delightful canoe trip from Huntingdon to Harrisburg. The hoys visited every town between these two places and had an enjoyable time, taking ten days for the entire trip. Mr. and Mrs. H. Tyson, of 406 Briggs street, will spend the re mainder of the month with their daughter. Mrs. Scott S. Leiby, at her home in Marysville. Miss Grace McKay, of 1410 Market street, has a sprained ankle, received in a game of lawn ball at Island Grove. Mrs. Albert Tarlow, of Philadelphia, Is visiting Mrs. Louis Haehnlen at Bellevue. Mrs. Frank J. Consylman and small son. Leroy Consylman, of 2224 North Third street, are spending two months at the Mount Vernon Hotel, Pen-Mar. Mrs. Charles Francis Etter, of 904 North Second street, was called to Bel-Mar, N. Y., by the serious illness of her brother. Samuel Miller. Mr. and Mrs. F. Marion Sour bfer, Jr., of 20 Evergreen street, are home after a two weeks' stay at the Wiltshire, Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Thomas and Miss Gladys Thomas, of Palisade, N. Y., were !n the city for the funeral of Mrs. Thomas's father, Samuel Poor man. Miss Elizabeth Walker has returned home to Bellefonte after visiting Mrs. Robert Pattison Cox at 1720 North street. Miss Gabriella Cameron and Broad nox Cameron, of Petersburg, Va., are guests of their aunt, Mrs. Toyman D. Gilbert, at her country place, Fair field, Cumberland county. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel' Hartley have pone home to Pittsburgh after spend ing ten days with relatives in suburban Harrisburg. • Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schnader, of 1242 Bailey street, are spending three weeks in New York, Atlantic Cltv and Philadelphia. Professor. Arthur Thomas has re sumed his work at the summer school of Columbia University after attend ing the funeral of his grandfather, Samuel Poorman, yesterday. Mrs. Foster. Miss Marguerite Jacobs and Miss Elsie Foster have returned to their home. 1111 Cowden street, after an extended visit in Lykens . Miss Dorothy Hurlock, of North Front street, was a guest of Miss Elizabeth Brandt at Mount Holly yes terday. Mrs. J. M. Walker, who recently underwent an operation for appendi citis fit the Keystone Hospital, is im proving in health. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hurst, 13 26 Vernon street, announce the birth of a son, J. Donald Hurst, Wednesday, July 8. Mrs. Hurst was Miss Fannie Ehier prior to her fnarrlage. Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Shoop, of Philadelphia, former Harrisburgers, announce the birth of a son, Morris Edgar Shoop, Friday, July 3, 1914. Mrs. Shoop was Miss Bertha M. Fink before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Black, of Baltimore, announce the birth of a daughter. Alice Kent Black, Tuesday, July 7, 1914. Mrs. Black was former ly Miss Nelle West, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. John Sheaffer, Edge mont, announce the birth of a daugh ter. Vera Catherine Sheaffer, Monday, June 22. 1914. Stamped Centerpieces In all sizes from 6 to 54 "inches. A large variety of patterns, in some of which the design is preserved throughout the entire set. iKlrd Street aA Herr Tke Shop lad 1 vidua I Woman's Mission Society Meets With Mrs. Dennis Mrs. John W. Dennis, of 230 Maclay street, was hostess yesterday afternoon for the Woman's Missionary Society of the Second Reformed Church. A brief business session was followed by a social and refreshments. In attendance were Mrs. Harry Nel son Bassler, Mrs. John W. Martin, Mrs. W. H. Cleckner, Mrs. E. J. Cus sack, Mrs. Mary O'Leary, Mrs. H. B. Coble. Mrs. Ellen Van Zaut, Mrs. Frank Wertz, Mrs. J. F. Runkle, Mrs. Alvin G. Myers, Mrs. Margaret Albert, Mrs. Annie Smith, Mrs. John F. Sel sam, Mrs. Harry Yingst, Mrs. H. C. Koons, Mrs. Frank Crownshield, Mrs. George Burtnett, Mrs. John W. Plow man, Mrs. E. S. Snyder, Mrs. Robert W. Watts, Mrs. Elmer S. Johnson, Mrs. Rufus Hartman, Miss Lucy Nov lnger. The August meeting of the society will be held in Reservoir Park. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lescure and family are occupying their coun try place, Willow Dale Farm, for the summer. Mrs. John Beachler, of Williams port, is spending a day or two with Mrs. Irwin at 223 Herr street. Samuel and Henry Brenner, of 617 Boas street, are home after a ten days' pleasure trip to Atlantic City. Miss Ethel Klrkwood Calder, of Bryn Mawr, Is visiting Miss Anne Mc- Cormick at Rosegarden. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kennedy have gone home to Jersey City after a short visit with relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard McNeil, of Pittsburgh, are guests of ftielr sister, Mrs. Nelson McNeil, of State street. Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Houston, of New York city, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Carson Stamm for several days. Miss Katharine Beatty, of Trenton, N. J., with her niece. Miss Hazel Beat ty, of this city, will spend a month at Atlantic City and Cape May. Mrs. Frederick Squires and daugh ter, Miss Rebecca Mary Squires, of Paxtang, are spending several weeks at Longport at the Holmes bungalow. Mrs. James Fisher, of 711 North Second street, has gone to Williams port for a three weeks' stay. Miss Jennie Dull and her brothers, Casper and Daniel M. Dull, have gone by automobile to Bedford Springs to remain for several weeks. Miss Alicia Hartman has gone to Columbus, Ohio, after a short stay with her aunt, Mrs. Belle Wilson, in this city. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Doren and small son, Paul Doren, of Philadel phia, have gone home after spending two weeks among relatives In sub urban Harrisburg. Mrs. Harper F. Helshley and son, Howard Heishley, of Buffalo, N. Y., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Leinbach, at 29 Evergreen street. GOING TO THE SEASHORE Mrs. Robert Ross, of New Cumber land, and Mrs. Helen Rose Sehoff will leave Saturday morning for an outing at Atltnatic City, expecting to remain away for several weeks. ENTERTAINED IN AI/TOONA Miss Laura Ewing, of 1942 Green street. Is spending the week-end in Altoona. Among the festivities ar ranged in her honor are an automobile trip followed by a supper and danc ing. CAMPING AT DILIjSBURG William Lambert, of 2552 Lexing ton street, had his household furnish ings «ent to the Dillsburg camp grounds to-day. Early next week Mr. and Mrs. Lambert, with their little son, William C. Lambert, Jr., will go there to spend the remainder of the summer camping out. AUGUST IN THE MOUNTAIN'S Mrs. Charles S. 8011, of 1923 North Second street, who expects to spend August In the Adirondacks, will be joined there by Mr. 801 l and their son, Robert 8011, the middle of the month, who will remain for a fortnight. MORE HAGERSTOWN WEDDINGS Special to The Telegraph Hagerstown, Md., July 10. —Miss Gertrude Deardorff, of Dillsburg, Pa., and David Roy Hoffman, of Harris burg, were married yesterday at the parsonage of the First Baptist Church in this city by the Rev. fe. K. Thomas. Miss Emma Pathmore and Harry F. Kissel, both of York Haven, Pa., were married here yesterday at the parsonage of the First Baptist Church by the Rev. E. K. Thomas. GUESTS OF MRS. OENSLAGER Mrs. B. F. Rathbone and sons, Wes cott and Conly Rathhone, of New York city, will make a visit to Mrs. Rath bone's sister, Mrs. John Oenslager, of South Front street, who is summering with her family at Aqueduct. MISS BURTNETT'S GUESTS AT WEEK-END HOUSE PARTY Among the house parties at Wil liams Grove for the week end will be that of Miss Mary Burtnett, of 2 7 South Nineteenth street, who will have as her guests Miss Sara C-lst, Miss Carrie Crist, Miss Esther Cunkle, Miss Emma Geiger, Miss Bertha Krentz man, Miss Margaret Koser, Mrs. Charles Pressler, Mrs. Charles Willit, Mrs. H. O. Burtnett, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wheeler. Miss Mary Burtnett, Earl Burtnett and Edward Allen. TRIP TIIROI'GJI VIRGINIA Mr. and Mrs. John Fox Weiss, of Front and Liberty streets, with Mrs. John H. Weiss and Miss M. Caroline Weiss, of 325 North Front street, have returned to the city after an automo bile trip to Luray and other attractive parts of Virginia. Witmer, Bair & Witmer \ Witmer, Bair & Witmer JULY CLEARANCE SALE Special Prices On All Cloth Suits All Late Spring Models Not Carried Over Tan Roseharry Cloth and Gabardine, values • From Last Season. $8.75, $10.50 to $16.75. Special, 20 Suits—tan, green, mahogany, etc.; values $5.00 and $7.50 $12.50 to $19.75. Clearance price $5.00 6 Suits—navy blue and Copenhagen; values MOIRE COATS TAFFETA COATS $17.50 to $22.50. Clearance price $7.50 Black, navy, Copenhagen, etc., values $12.50 24 Suits—navy, Copenhagen and checks; to $29.75. Special Clearance prices, values $20.00 to $28.75. Clearance price, $7.50 to $19.75 _ . , . , A* 10 ; 00 DRESSES DRESSES 28 Suits—mostly navy and black; values nr.., . .. , T , • j t $25.00 to $32.50. Clearance price .... $15.00 Wl J , . te < and black J a P Sllk ~ pla i n a " d J°"| 50 Suits-navy blue and black; values $25.00 ove "k>rt $6.50 and $8.75 to $39.75. Clearance price $17.50 Striped voile, flowered voile, crepe, linen, RAINCOATS— RAINCOATS etc $3.75 to $12.50 Tan, navv and black, value $5.95. Special, Voile, combinations and crepe dresses in $3.05 white $(».50 to $35.00 W., B. & W. Annex, 311 Walnut Street Waists—high neck, long sleeves, front clos- Dresses—in lawn, gingham, crepe and voile, ing 39f , $1 .OO to $3.00 Waists—low neck with new organdie col- Skirts—linen with long overskirt. Special, lar, short sleeves. Special. SI.OO and $1.25 $1.98 Waists—odd lot, low neck, short and long Skirts—P. K. with long overskirt, button sleeves. Special trimmed, value $1.25. Special SI.OO Presses —odd lot in ginghams, 14 and 16 Skirts —ratine with tucked back, pocket and sizes; values $2.50 to $4.75. Special ... SI.OO j button trimmed, value $1.50. Special .. $1.25 Witmer, Bair Witmer 202 WALNUT STREET 311 WALNUT STREET I Entertaining For Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stamm Mr. and Mrs. A. Carson Stamm, of Thirteenth and Reese streets, are en tertaining this evening at a dinner of eighteen covers at the Colonial Coun try Club, following tennis and golf this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Houston, of New York, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stamm and the Misses Marian and Noellne Westervelt, of Englewood, N. J., are guests of Miss Katharine Stamm. Irwin Spittell, of Washington. D. C„ was a recent guest of 'his aunt. Miss Bessie E. Poorman, of Boas street. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Gurney and Miss Mary Gurney. of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., are visiting Captnin and Mrs. Robert C. Williams, lfilfi North Second street. Mrs. Lesley McCreath has gone to Bridgeton, N. J., for a little visit with her parents, Colonel and Mrs. Hobert K. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. S. Brady Caveny, Mrs. Elizabeth Kelfer, Brady Caveny, of 327 South Seventeenth street, with Miss Margaret West, of Huntingdon, went to Stoverdale to-day to remain for some time. Mrs. Mervin A. Cook and Miss Mar garet Cook, of 1428 Walnut street, are going to Baltimore next week to visit their relative, Thomas T. Cook. Miss Eloise Hunt, or Washington, P. C., was guest of honor to-day at an informal luncheon given by her cousin, Miss Harriet Hunt, of Th'rd street, whom she is visiting. Miss Mary Adeline Turner, of South Front street, entertained informally at tea yesterday in honor of some of her former pupils at the Ely School, Greenwich, Conn. Miss Elizabeth Knlsely, of Front and Maclay streets, is home from Eaglesmere, where she visited Miss Ruth Payne. CTTESTS OF MISS T,EHMA\ AT OLEANDER COTTAGE Miss Margaret Lehman, of 91 8 Green street, has arranged a week-end party at Oleander cottage, Stoverdale, in compliment to Miss Dorothy Shum, of Philadelphia, who is visiting her. The party will include Miss Shum, Miss Sylvia Beidle, Miss Mary Lehman, Miss Elizabeth Downe, Miss Harriet Lehman, Miss Nettie Hemperly, Miss Mary Schaub, Miss Margaret Lehman, Roy Snyder, of Steelton; Douglas Beidle, Roy Shelly, Ross Byers, of Milton, and Philip Waidley. AT SUMMER CAMP Nathan Stroup, son of District At torney Stroup, has accompanied Rren ton Wallace, of the Harrisburg Acad emy faculty, to Camp Keedaydin, at "llmagamt, Ontario, Canada, where he will spend some weeks. Miss Eleanor Boyd and Miss Louisa Boyd, of Oakleigh, are attending special meetings at the Moody School, Northfield, Mass. Miss Ida Kramer, of Carlisle, is visit ing her grandmother, Mrs. S. Coplinky, in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Harold White and small daughter, Leona White, of Potts vllle, were guests this week of their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis B. White, of Market street. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brenner, of 617 Boas street, are occupying their new cottage, the Brenheim, near Summer dale, for the rest of the summer. TO STUDY INTERIOR DECORATION Miss Bess M. Oyster, of 1934 Green street, has gone to Belle Terre, L. 1., for the summer to enter the New York School of Fine and Applied Art for the study of interior decoration. ici" HECKERT ENTERTAINS AT THE DOREMI CLUB Cy Heckert entertained last evening with an informal porch dance at the Doremi Club. Those present were Misses Pauline Schmidt, Dot Schmidt. Mary Wall, Irene Long, Miss Long, Rodney Miller, Hershey Miller, A. L. Sherman, Samuel Heckert and Cy Heckert. IN CHARGE OF DANCING Miss Marian Clifford Angell, of 9 North Front street, who just returned from a visit with friends in New York, leaves to-morrow for Eaglesmere to take charge of the dancing at the Crestmont Hotel. Chester Jackson Goes to Panama For Long Stay Mrs. Jackson gave a fai'fewell party last evening at her home, 2139 Atlas street. In honor of her husband, Ches ter Jackson, who sails from New York to-day for Panama. Music and games were features of the evening. The- following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheeler, Miss Stella Jackson, Miss L. Jackson, Miss Florence Jackson, Miss Mary Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hippie. Edward Baker and brother, Mrs. Alfred Maglaugchlin, Mrs. Chester Jackson, Miss Lillian Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher and Roy Gwlns, of Pittsburgh. TRAVELING IX WEST Miss Margaret O'Leary and Miss Mary Slmonton have started on a two months' trip through the West. They will make visits in Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and points In North Da kota, returning by way of St. Louis and liouisvllle. Ky. Miss Minnie Bailey, of 12 6 Locust street, left to-day for her cottage at Mount Gretna. "The Quality Store" f&k Lingerie Dresses and Waists a t One-fourth Off Eo I' ' ' TpHE woman who would look and \J ' * \ -"-be well dressed should always U* *\ ' have a few Lingerie Dresses and bK 'ill Waists. An exceptional opportun ist* « I itv to save on dresses and waists of |fi ' • i distinctive quality and style merit. H* ' j i * s now presented in our Ladies' Hi' ||i, Outergarment Section, second fin', ''J, floor. Scores of exclusive new Bas « 1 ». models to select from—the savings are ONE-FOURTH. Stunning Dresses Women's and Misses' Dresses, made of Plain or Striped Voile, White Crepe, White Ratine, White Embroidered Batiste, White and Color ed Linens; pretty, neat Lawns and Dimities, in all styles, including the tunic and coatee effects. Some are trimmed with embroidery, lace, tucks, hemstitching and buttons. Some have flaring collars, others low collars, and others have em broidered collars and cuffs. NOW AT ONE-FOURTH OFF. DAINTY WAISTS Every stylish model of Ladies' and Misses' Waists, in all the desired fabrics—Lawn, Voile, Crepe, Lace and Silk. All of them fresh and clean —many of them have only been in the store for two weeks. They are our usual high-quality stock and not bought for sale purposes. Your choice now at ONE-FOURTH OFF. L. W. COOK Our Semi-Annual Optical Sale STARTS THURSDAY, JULY 9th Your Eyes Examined Free Glasses |l^ For reading a newspaper, sewing or 1 1 I threading a needle, in a gold filled || I frame, spectacles or nose glasses— Complete Come in and Ask For Them Nose Glasses—so piece mounting and lenses—Complete COME IN AND ASK FOR THEM RUBIN & RUBIN HARRISBURG EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS 320 Market Street., Second Floor Open evenings until 8 o'clock SUPPER OX THE I,AWN FOR SOME SMALIi FOIJKS The little guests of Charles and Virginia Hartley, of North Third street, yesterday afternoon had a merry time with outdoor games, fol lowed by supper served at a long kin dergarten table on the lawn. The cen terpiece was of coreopsis blossoms and the favors were quaint caps, which the children wore during the meal. There were fifteen youngsters In attendance.