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Witmer, Bair & Witmer \ Witmer, Bair & Witmer
Special For Wednesday
SILK DRESS SALE
All these Silk Dresses are from this season's showing—none carried over from last year.
NO APPROVALS NO RESERVATIONS ALTERATIONS EXTRA
17 Dresses in messaline, taffeta, silk crepe, Copenhagen, navy, tan, green, red, taupe,
crepe de chine, silk poplin, etc. Colors are Regular prices were $14.75 to
Copenhagen, navy, taupe, black, brown, wis- $32.50. Special for Wednesday, / a DU
taria, etc. Regular prices were $13.50 to ...
$29.50. Special for £ Aft « Dresses-crepe, taffeta, crepe de chine,
Wednesday <b«3.UU flowered cre P*. etc. Colors-black, navy,
wistaria, tango, Copenhagen, etc. Regular
18 Dresses chiffon, messaline, taffeta, prices were $16.50 to $45.00. -1
silk poplin, crepe de chine. Colors are black, Special for Wednesday V *
W., B. & W. Annex, 311 Walnut Street
SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY gray trimming; value SI.OO. Special [-A
33 Flowered Crepe Dresses-with ruffle blue',' 'lender' and^rS
skirt— lace trimmed waist; value -| striped gingham, with embroiderv collar and
$2.75. Special for Wednesday,.*P X cuffs; value $2.25. Special for
15 Striped Percale Dresses blue and Wednesday A *<3o
Witmer, Bair & Witmer
202 WALNUT STREET 311 WALNUT STREET
NEW MRS BURNED
Special to The Telegraph
Montandon, Pa., July 14.—A severe
electrical storm passed over this place
on Saturday evening, doing consider
able damage to growing crops. The
new barn on the Slocum farm, a mile
and a half north of this place, was
struck by lightning and totally de
If at all Particular
I Drink :
JM&M
LADIES* BAZAAR
Here Are Clearance Sale Bargains For Filling
Out Your Summer Wardrobe That Are
Well Nigh Irresistible
Dmvnwnrd still further go prices In onr tnld-siunirier clearance sale
of ladies' wear. Fin* home wear or vacation you'll find here some attrac
tive offerings in stylish and comfortable hot-weather apparel at prices
that will enable you to secure an extra change of costume without tax
ing your purse strings.
Lot of Sample Linen Suits, $1.98
All that are left of a special purchase of up-to-the-minute linen
sample suits. The skirts are made with the Russian tunic, and values
are $7 to $lO. In this sale choice no
for «p1,i70
SI.OO WAISTS, 49c
A lot of pretty lingerie waists, including the very newest A n
models, lace and embroidery trimmed; SI.OO value. In the sale..'Tf*'C
Attractive Dresses Attractively Priced
Fine quality flowered lawn dresses in two styles. Handkerchief
collar and cuffs, Russian tunic, $7.00 values. Choice in the no
sale for $Z.b/0
Flowered crepe dresses with lace cuffs, wide silk girdle, Russian
tunic; $7.50 value. Choice in the &9 no
sale CpO.yO
Linen dresses In assorted colors, some in pure 'Ramie linen
others in fine French Linen; several models including Russian tunic'
values up to $7.60. In this sale, choice (j>2 Qg
Crepe dresses with Russian tunic. In assorted plain* " d»o no
shades, neat trimmings; SB.OO value. In this sale
Jap silk dresses in stylish models with Russian tunic; d«, 4no
worth $7.50. In this sala ,«p4.;70
Wash Skirts of All Kinds
White ratine skirts, and attractive model with Russian Af\
tunic; worth $2.50. In this sale $1.49
Other skirts in pique, linen, barred and striped ratine, etc.
worth $1.98 to $6.00. In this no ■ An no
sale 98c to $3.98
m- 10-12 S. 4th St. -w
Atlantic City, Cape May,
Wild wood, Ocean City
Anglesea THURSDAY Avalon
Sea Isle City 5-DAY TRIPS Stone Harbor
July 23, August 6 and 20
ExrrHsiox TICKETS
good on all regular trains to seashore destination on date of excursion.
84.25 ROUND TRIP $4.00 ROUND TRIP
V" D *"~" Rlv " Br,dK FnoM „ -no v " M " k " s ""'
STOP.Ot EH ALLOWED AT PHILADELPHIA
ATLANTI C cTrT
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS
July 26, August 23 and 30
Round $3,00 Tri P
BV SPECIAL THROUGH TRAIN
Leaving; Harrtnbiira; 6.00 A. M.
Returning, leaves Atlantic City (So. Carolina Ave. Station) 70S 1» W
TICKETS GOOD ONLY ON SPECIAL TRAIN ' '
For fnll Information eonanlt handbills or nearett Ticket Agrnt
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
TUESDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH JULY 14.1914
stroyed, with its contents of hay and
machinery. During the same storm a
hog which was in the orchard on the
Abram Voneeda farm was struck and
instantly killed.
Mrs. Howard Swengle met with a
painful accident at her home when
she fell down a flight of stairs break
ing her breastbone, besides receiving
a number of cuts and bruises.
, GOING TO ROATKSVII,I,E
I TO SPEAK ON SUFFRAGE
Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones, presi
dent of the Central Pennsylvania
| Woman Suffrage Association, is going
to Coatesville to speak twice Saturday
In that place on woman suffrage. The
Equal Franchise Club, of Notting
ham, Chester county, has invited Mrs.
Jones to come there in the interests
of the recently organized Coatesville
Suffrage Club.
HOUSE PARTY NEAR HALIFAX
Miss Ella Sharovsky, of Steelton, is
entertaining a two weeks' house party
on the farm of her father, several
miles above Halifax. The party is
augmented by week-end guests from
this city.
BASEMENT FORCE PICNIC
The basement force of the Dives.
Pomeroy & Stewart store in this city,
will hold a large picnic at Paxtang
Park Friday afternoon, July 17.
SCOUTS IN CAMP
Albert Ramey, of Troop 6, Boy
Scouts, with Paul Huntzberger, Rus
sell Zimmerman, Charles Keller and
Arthur Lewis of Troop 4, are camp
ing in E. C. Keller's grove at Perdix,
for the week.
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED
Mrs. C. A- Kennedy, of Enola, an
nounces the marriage of her daughter,
Miss Elizabeth Kennedy to Samuel
Bingham of this city. The ceremony
was performed at Carlisle, May 22,
1914. Mr. and Mrs. Bingham will
make their home at Enola.
LEAVE FOR POUGHKEEPSIE
Captain and Mrs. Ouerney and Miss
Mary Guerney left for their home at
Poughkeepsle, N. Y., to-day by auto
mobile, after visiting Captain and
Mrs. Robert C. Williams, at 1616
North Second street.
TOUR OF THE WEST
Miss Mary Cain, of 1902 North Fifth
street, and Miss Ella Andrews, of 184 8
Franklin Place, are making a summer
visit to relatives in the West. They
will stop at Byron, Ogle county. 111.,
Chicago and Rockford, returning home
In the early fall.
VISITED MRS. H. D, MILLER
Miss Mae Geary, of Newport; Mrs.
J. G. Peters and children, of Lewis
town; Mrs. Mabel Hoffman, of Millers
town; Roy Clugston and Miss Mildred
Clugston. of Marysville, were recent
guests at the home of Mrs. H. D.
Miller, 173 7 North Sixth street.
RETURNS FROM CALIFORNIA
Mrs. Mary F. Wilson is at her home,
121 South Thirteenth street, after
spending six months with her sons in
Salt Lake City, Utah, Los Angeles,
Cal., and Denver, Col.
Telegraphic Briefs
Secretary Daniels, in an address at
the War College at Newport, R. 1.,
praises the diplomacy displayed by offi
cers of the navy.
Balloon Goodyear wins elimination
race from St. Louis, covering 300;
miles; San Francisco 1915, last con
testant reported, went 106 miles.
Colonel Roosevelt refuses to com
ment on alleged letter written by Dis
trict Attorney Whitman repudiating
State Chairman Barnes, of New York.
Twenty-six warrants issued in Nor
ristown for dealers who sold on Sun
day.
Director of public safety decides Al
lentown needs moral cleansing.
Catholic societies meet in state con
vention In Erte.
EAGLE OUTING THURSDAY
The third annual reunion of Dauphin
and Cumberland county lodges of
Knights and Ladies of the Golden
Eagle lodges will picnic at Boiling
Springs Park. Thursday, July 18
The Eighth Regiment Band, of Car
lisle, has been engaged to furnish
music.
PALMYRA COUPLE MARRIED
Special to The Telegraph
Hagerstown, M<i., July 14. Miss
Kathryn R. Keefer and Harry H.
Bowman, both of Palmyra, Pa., were
married Saturday afternoon at the
parsonage of the First Baptist
Church In this city by the Rev. E. K.
Thomas.
PANCAKE-SEAMAN WEDDING
Special to The Telegraph
Grantville, Ja., July 14.—0n Satur
day George S. Pancake and Gertie C.
Seaman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Seaman, both of Grantville,
were united In marriage by the Rev.
O. R. Bittner at the Lutheran par
sonage.
SCHOONER IS TOTAL WRECK
By Associated Press
Galveston, Texas, July 14. The
schooner Grampus, owned by private
parties at Houston, which has figured
In the transportation of arms and am
munition to Conitltutlonalist forces at
Tamplco, is a total wreck on Padse
ißland. seventy miles south of Anses
Pas. The Grampus sprang a leak and
j sis beached July t.
PERSONAL
Class Presents Book
to James Crawford Kalp
| Another pleasant part of the seven
tieth birthday celebration of James
I Crawford Kulp of Calder street, was
I the surprise given him last evening by
I members of William E Stimer's class
I of the Ridge Avenue Methodiat Church
lot which he is assistant teacher.
! The event was held in the social
1 hall of the church and after congratu
) lations and good wishes had been
showered on Mr. Kulp he was pre
| sented with a handsome book from
I the class. Refreshments were served
I to the following people:
I Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford Kulp,
, Mr. and Mrs. George Kulp, Miss Helen
Kulp, Mrs. Harry Sleber, of Mittlln;
I Miss Bella Meredith, Mr. and Mrs.
William Stimer, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Wengert, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hon
ing, Mr. and Mrs. Crist Germer, Dr.
anJ Mrs. C. M. Ewing, Mrs. H. M.
Cass, Mrs. Charles Wert. Miss Mary
Alico Wert, Mrs. Fienna Jeffries, Mrs.
G. M. Harvey, Mrs. John Gallagher,
i Mrs. Theodore Bowers, Miss Grace
Cameron, Miss Addie Bowers, Mrs.
I Laura Hertzler, Mrs. Arthur Stoner,
Miss Harriet Stoner and Meredith
I Germer.
Meyers-Knisley Wedding
Held at the Parsonage
Miss Ruth E. Knisley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Knisley, of 206
Verbeke street, and Nervin A. Mayers
were married yesterday at the parson
age of the Second Reformed Church
by the Rev. Harry Ni Bassler. A
wedding dinner was served at the
home of the bride.
Following a honeymoon in Eastern
cities, Mr. and Mrs. Meyers will make
their home in Lancaster, where Mr.
Meyers will have charge of the John
A. Miller Drug Company. He was
graduated this year from the Philadel
phia College of Pharmacy.
Dr. Smith's Last Sermons
Preached Next Sunday
The Rev. Dr. J. Ritchie Smith, the
retir'ng pastor of Market Square
Preshyterian Church will speak for the
last time at the midweek service to
morrow evening. On Sunday. Dr.
Smith will preach his farewell ser
mons. Dr. Smith and his family are
spending the summer at Eaglesmere,
where they have taken a cottage.
Their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Manser, are occupying the
manse in State street, while they are
away.
WILL SAIL FOR PARIS
Mrs. Harry Reily, of Galveston,
Texas, who has been visiting Miss
Mary E. Knisely, at Front and Maclay
streets, is spending the remainder of
the summer at Cedarhurst, L I. Mrs.
Reily, who is remembered here as
Mfss Gladys Weber, sails in August
for France to visit her father, M. R.
Weber.
MRS. REAGF.R IMPROVES
Mrs. Morgan Reager, of 1110 Wal
lace street, who recently underwent a
surgical operation at the Harrishurg
Hospital, is improving in health and
will make a good recovery.
Miss Ruth Brandt, of Hagerstown,
; Md.. has returned home after visiting
lier cousin. Miss Minnie A. Bowman,
of Maclay street.
Miss Sara A. Miller was called to
Bel-Mar, N. Y., by the serious illness
of her father, Samuel Miller.
Miss Betty Conrad, of Port Jervls,
N. Y., is spending several weeks as the
guest of Miss Isabel Ryder, 2103 North
Third street.
Miss Estella Fryslnger, of Philadel
phia, is visiting relatives in town for a
month.
Mrs. Arthur HJ h >' and children, John
and Margaret Eby, of 1321 Derry
street, are spending the summer in
McAllisterville.
Miss B. A. Bowman, of New York
city, was a recent guest of C. D. Bow
man and family, of Maclay street.
Miss Margaret Black, Miss Helen
Armor, John P. Melick and Joseph B.
Melick are home after an automobile
trip to Mount Gretna.
Mrs. L. E. Thomas and daughter,
Miss Gladys Thomas, have gone home
to Palisade Park, N. J., after visiting
Miss Bessie E. Poorman, of Boas
street.
Miss Irene Scholl leaves Saturday on
a vacation trip to Niagara Falls, Buf
falo and points in Canada.
Miss Dorothy Helpburn, of Phila
delphia, is visiting Miss Helen Zacks
at Steelton.
Miss Mary Fritz, of Wormleysburg.
entertained members of the Tango
Club at a picnic along the Conodo
guinet yesterday.
Irwin Spittell has gone home to
Washington, D. C., after spending sev
eral days with relatives in this city.
Miss Belle Hiester, of 214 North
Third street, is going to Ryde, Pa., to
visit friends over Sunday.
Mrs. Herbert Harry, of the Relvl
dere Apartments, and Miss Jane Harry,
of 1521 North Second street, are home
from Bedford Springs.
Miss Winston, of Richmond, Va., is
the guest of Mrs. Lyman G. Gilbert at
her summer home, Fairfield, Cumber
land county.
Mrs. Horace Lewis and small daugh
ter Marie have gone to Ocean Grove to
remain for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fletcher, of
118 Walnut street, were called to
Johnstown by the death of Mr. Fletch
er's sister yesterday.
Miss Edna Miller, of 1737 North
Sixth street, is making a visit in Dun
cannon and Lewistown.
Miss Fannie Poorman. of 619 North
Second street, is home after a visit to
Atlantic City and Philadelphia.
Miss Mary Kell, of 1247 Mulberry
street, is the guest of her parents at
Landisburg, Pa.
Mrs. J. E. Clark and Miss Mary
Clark, of 1633 North Third street,
leave Thursday for a sightseeing trip
to New York city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Walter and
Miss Eleanor Walter are enjoying a
two weeks' stay at Atlantic City.
Mrs. Homer S. May, of 231 North
Fifteenth street, has gone to Beth
lehem for a little visit.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Meyers, of 213
North Front street, is visiting Mrs.
George Kunkel at Port Deposit, Md.
Miss Helen Culbertson Clark and
Miss Annie C. Laurie, of North street,
will spend a month at Swan's Island,
Maine.
Miss Lillian Landis, of Philadelphia,
left for Washington, D. C., this morn
ing after a short visit with her aunt,
Mrs. Miriam Wilson, of Green street.
Mrs. Harold Lamb, of 1156 Derry
street, is visiting in Brooklyn prior to
spending the remainder of the sum
mer with her parents in the Catskills.
Miss Mary Lisle Hannon, of Ger
mantown, is a guest of her cousin,
Miss Helena White, of State street, for
a week or two.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burtnett and
children, of 2023 North Sixth street,
are spending the summer at their cot
tage In XjOAdlsv4JUe, .
All Mail and CALL
'Phone Orders P"f J 1 »«
expert shoppers MARRISBURO'S POPULAR DEPARTMENT STORE.
July Clearance of Summer
MILLINERY
Ridiculously Low Prices For New Millinery
White Chip and Hemp Hats, choice
V ourstoc k. Values to /?f\
ipT $2.95, Wednesday .. . OV^C
PANAMA HATS
One lot of untrimmed One of the most popular One lot of trimmed hats
hats, black and colors. All hats for summer wear, at . ... .SI.OO and $2.00 ■
desirable shapes. \\ ere as Sold regularly from $3.50 One lot of flowers, all
high as $3.00. \\ ednes- to $6.50. \\ ednesday, styles and colors. Splen
day !*>s $2.50 did values.. 10$ and 25$
Millinery Section, Second Floor. ,
Some Special Items in Children's Wear
Children's Creepers—made of crepe, seer- A
sucker and chambrav; white ,pink and blue.
Sizes 6 months, 1 and 2 years. Special .. .50$ 1~~ - ,
Children's Rompers—made of percale, ging
ham, chambrav and crepe. Sizes 2to 6 years. Y;f
Prices range from 25$ to SI.OO *CI'A
Gingham Oresses long waist eltects, 1
colored pipings. Sizes 4to 14 years. Special
25c Baby Caps—made of fine lawn, small
tucks and hemstitched edge. Special.. second FIoor— BOWMANS.
SALE OF SHEETS
Good Savings. Some One-quarter to Almost One-half Off
45c and 50c Sheets, double bed size. Your choice of Tioga or West Wind, each, 29 $.
50c and 59c Sheets, size 76x00 inches. Bleached Meadowbrook, each .30$
65c and 69c Sheets, sizes /6x90 and 81x90 inches. Arcadia seamless sheets, each, 55$
85c and SI.OO Sheets, size 81x90 inches. Second quality. Tiny oil spots, each. .65$
SI.OO to $1.35 Sheets, sizes 81x00, 90x90 and 81x99 inches. Your choice of Utica, Pe
quot or Mohawk sheets. Slightly soiled by machinery, each 75$
PILLOW CASES
Save One-Quarter
15c Pillow Cases, plain or hemstitched, Pillow Case Special
Pillow Cases, each 10$ sizes 40x36, 45x36, 50x36 and 54x36.
17c Dreamland Pillow Cases 9$ Limit, one dozen to a customer, each,
Sizt 45x36 inches, 3-inch hems. 15$ <
Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S.
TAKE AX EXTENDED TRIP
THROUGH THE NORTHEAST
Charles A. Snyder, of 127 Balm
street, and Charles Israel Rosenberg,
of 102 4 Market street, left Sunday
morning on an pxtended trip through
out the Northeast. They left yesterday
morning at Philadelphia on the steam
ship Ontario for Boston, Mass. Upon
their return they will visit Boston,
Mass., Providence, R. 1., Fall River,
New York city. Philadelphia, Atlantic
City and Lancaster.
Miss Walech, of 603 North Second
street, has returned to the city after a
week's vacation spent at Scranton.
Mrs. D. L. Snavely and son Gerald,
of Mechanicshurg, left this morning
for a pleasure trip to New York city,
Corning and West Point.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Moretz and Miss
Delia Lyter, of State street, are spend
ing a week in Atlantic City.
C. E. Zoles, of Philadelphia, is a I
guest at the home of Mrs. Hellin, 1617
Green street.
Miss Ethel Knouff, cashier of the
Simplex Surface Contact Company in
this city, has returned to Harrisburg
after a week's visit with her parents
in the country.
Mrs. William J. Ettinger, of 122
Calder street, and Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Gough, of 322 Lewis street, Riverside,
have returned home after spending the
week end at Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Temple left
for their home in Chicago to-day after
visiting for two weeks in this vicinity.
Business Locals
LIKE $1 SANDALS AT 19c
Barefoot sandals special at 49 cents
that are the real quality value. One
shoe salesman said they were so good
they could easily be sold for one dol
lar. Our special purchase price, how
ever, permits us to sell them at 49
cents. Sizes up to 11. Larger sizes
5 9 cents. Twentieth Century Shoe
Company, 7 South Market Square.
THE SUNSHADES OP TO-DAY
Are so different from those of previous
seasons. Just as much change as In
the styles of clothing. We have them
in the India shape, the Palm shape,
the Bungalow, Uva R1 and many
others. Magnificent articles that are
in colorings and effects thought im
possible until now. Not expensive,
either. Regal Umbrella Company.
North Second and Walnut streets.
SNOW WMITE SKIN
PURE, SMOOTH and WHOLESOME,
gives distinction, style and
I conrtly beauty. BOc package by
u .1 mall for 20c and this coupon.
H4l AUSON 00.. STATION C, BUFFALO, X. Y.
Fort Washington Park
Dancing Every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday Evening.
BAND aud OHCHESTBA Tuesdays '
and Thursdays. j |
Jl
COMPLIMENTARY DANCE TO
GUEST OF MISS WILLIAMS
An informal dance was given by
Miss Arta Williams at her home. 1614
North Second street, in honor of her
guest and cla»ssmte at Wheaton Col
lege, Massachusetts, Miss Mary Guer
ney, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
In attendance were Miss Sarah
Denehey, Miss Caroline Lynch, Miss
Martha Anne Fletcher, Miss Elizabeth
Ross, Miss Guerney, Miss Williams.
Kenneth Miley Jones. Meade David
Detweiler, William Sherk Middleton,
Charles 8011, Charles Linton Williams
and Harold Astrich.
i *'
i An Exceptional Sale
—=of 50 =
Ladies' Coats and Capes
51(Y75
Worth up to S2O
Your vacation wardrobe will not be
complete unless you include one of the
very newest and most fashionable
coats or capes.
The models we show are produced
the foremost French designers—
have new, distinctive features and are
decidedly different in every detail
from those shown elsewhere. Posi
tively no duplicates here— all dif
ferent.
Fancy coats of Duvetyne, Corduroy, Waffle Cloth, Wustine,
Chinchillas and light weight Worsteds, capes of Bedford Cord,
French Worsteds and English Gabardines in all the wanted
shades of the season. Also Balmacaan coats in beautiful
English mixtures and plaid effects, regularly worth sls.
I THE GLOBE I
THE STORE OF SATISFACTORY SERVICE
I ■
MRS. MSMUKKS TO SAHi
FOB PANAMA TO-MORROW
Mrs. D. E. Dismukes, who spant the
past several weeks with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas I. Hench, at
1015 North Front street, will sail from
New York city to-morrow to join hep
husband, Commander Dismukes. who
is in charge of the fortifications at
Panama.
She was accompanied by her chll-.
dren, Judith and Douglas Dismukes,
her niece, Miss Anna Bratton Davies,
of Carlisle, and her cousin, Miss Car
rie Wilson, of Philadelphia.
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