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if J | Rich Weaves of Velvets and Street and Evening Silks Representing Our Last Importations From France and Germany These luxurious weaves, the last we are likely to receive from France and Germany for many a long day, are now being shown for the first time. In every instance the prices are the same as we would have quoted before European markets were closed to America. Quantities are not large, so we suggest early selections. 3t>-inch Messaline, yard .. #I.OO to ?1..i9 Black Silks For Winter 36-inch Peau tic Soic, yard. # 1 .<M> to #'2.00 French charmeuse possessing a luster that Grosgrain Silk for trimmings »I.H» is rich. The weave is 42 inches wide and comes at stt.so a vard. 40-inch Charnieuse, vara VA.UU c . •••../ r - i Satin Kiveria. imported from France; 36 40-inch Crepe de Chine,* yard. \ inc]ies wide Yard $2.00 #1..»0 to #2.00 j Satin Florence, from France, 36 inches wide. 54-inch French C ape Satins S3.(K) ard #I.OO and #2.00 44-inch French Moire Suitings .... #4.00 Needle Point Cape, yard #3.50 40-inch Crepe Meteor .. #1 .85 and #2.00 Velvets, Plush and Velour 42-inch Crepe Meteor #3.00 : Chiffon Yelour du Nurd, at yard, 40-inch Pebble Back Meteor #2.50 i . $3-25 to $5.00 ! 42-inch Suiting velvet. \ard, 36-inch Faille Silks #t.aO to #3.00 to #3.50 36-inch French Taffeta #1.50 44-inch German plush. Yard #O.OO 40-inch French Taffeta. .. #'2.00 and #2.50 French Mantle Embossed Plush, 42 inches 45-inch French Taffeta #3.00 wide. . Yard #4.50 and #7.00 Demonstration of Wear Ever Aluminum Cooking Utensils L.ight housekeeping was never dreamed of until Alumi- [ A mini qooking utensils came into general use. and now it isfp 'f- 11 f I a rare household that does not boast of its aluminum ser- filfvA T~ iflf i J vice. Trudging about a kitchen with unwieldly iron pots f W "IT and pans is a think of the past, because the price of aluminum pieces has been brought within the scope of every housewife's allowance. K 'V Aluminum is about one-third the weight of iron utensils and it is just about seventy-five per cent, less wearing on one's energies. Come to the Basement demonstration to-morrow. There will be an exhibit of pot roasting without the use of water, tomatoes with be boiled without being stirred. But there will be other interesting demonstrations, so come to-morrow. Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. AGENTS WANTED FOR ' CLOUSER'S QUININE PRICE ,? W SCENTS ro> QUICK Rttitr O' COLOS AND I»G»IPPE MCA.CLOUSC* OUNC»NNON.I>» $lO to sls Per Day Paid Live Agents »■ > HlllilMiilllll EDtCATIIWAt Enroll Next Monday I»AY AND NIGHT SCHOOL Positions for all Graduates SCHOOL OF COMMERCE 15 S. MARKET SQUARE, HARRISRURG, PA. Harrisburg Business College 329 Market St. Fall term, September first. Day and night. 29th year. Harrisburg, Pa. Cumberland Valley Railroad TIME TABLE In Effect May 24. I*l4. TRAINS loave Harrisburg— For Winchester and Martlnaburg at 6 03. *7:60 a. m.. *3:40 p. m. For' Hagtritown. Chamber, burs. Car. lisle, Mechanlcsburg and Intermediate stations at 6:03. *7:50, *11:63 a. m •3:40, 5:32, *7:40, *11:00 p. m. Additional trains tor Carlisle and Mechanlcsburg at »:48 a. m.. 2:18, 3:27 • :30. 9:30 a. m. For Dlllsburg at 6:01, *7:66 and •11:63 a m.. 2;18. >3:40. 6:32 and 4:3(i p. m. •Dally. All other trains dally ezcent Bunday. H. A RIDDLH. J. H TONGHL Q. RA. REPAIRING or adjusting. Jewelry cleaning or repollsblng. take It to SPRINGER 206 MARKET ST.—Bell Phoae niamoad Kettlac ud KngrailM. [ftiHi'iUHlliW Non-greasy Toilet Cream keeps the skin soft and velvety. An ex quisite toilet preparation. 25c. DHlti STOKKS 1« A. Third St„ anil I*. H, |(, .Station v r MONDAY EVENING, SINGLE TRACK OH SECOND ST. LIKELY [Continued From first Page] j the eastern side of Second street below Mulberry and to date much headway has been made with the steam shovel, i The ground. in fact, has been removed J practically to the line of the car track, j 'in the north side of the railroad the | asphalt has been taken up preparatory to starting: the work there. Unless the dispute over the question | of who is to pay the SSOO is settled it j is generally expected that the traction company will continue to use the single track on the western side of the street until the eastern half of the subway is completed. Then a track will be laid temporarily in the newlv finished section while the steam shovel attacks the western side of the high way. Except that this method will mean more or less additional delay, the plan is not unsatisfactory to the city offi cials. Just what problems may de velop in case of an emergency such as the possible flooding of the Market street subway, which would necessitate operating Steelton cars via South Sec ond street, are matters of some con cern in engineering circles. Then, too, j there is the possibility of a cave-in. Contractors Prepare to Remove Deposits Outside of the Steps Now that the river has receded to its lowest summer stage, the con ! tractors are preparing to remove the j deposits of stone, dirt and rubbish of all sorts outside the line of the wall j and steps. There are hundreds of tons i of this material, which can be utilized in tilling the space between the wall and the slope. This morning the large steam shovel which has been operating at the foot of Market street was moved j to Flerr street, where the concrete stringers have been finished and where SURE WAY TO GET RID OF DANDRUFF | End Itching Scalp anil Stop Falling Hair—At Once • There is one sure way that never fails to remove dandruff completely I and that Is to dissolve it. This de stroys it entirely. To do this, just get I about four ounces of plain, ordinary I liquid arvon; apply it at night when I retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the linger tips. By morning most, if not all, of vour dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will complete ly dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trafe of it no "matter how much dandruff you may have. You will find, too, that all Itching and digging of the scalp will stop In stantly, and your hair will he llutTv lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better If you want to keep your hair look ing rich, do by. all means get rid of dandruff, for nothing destroys the hair so quickly. It not only starves the hair and makes It fall out, but It makes It stringy, straggly, dull, dry brittle and lifeless, and everybody po lices it. You can get liquid arvon at any drug store. It is inexpensive, and four ounce.* Is all you will need. This simple remedy has never been known to fall.—Advertisement. considerable fill Is necessary back of ! the wall to bring it tc grade for the construction of the granolithic walk. Foreman Williams. In charge of the work in the vicinity of Peffer street, broke the record to-day by building sixteen sections of steps. He expects to tinish the work to Maelay street be fore the first of October and with the present headway there seems to be no doubt that the entire job will be completed before winter. City Will Purchase 25 Permanent Metal Posts in Sockets For Roping Permanent metal posts to carry tli« thousands of feet of rope (or block ins off streets in the business sestion during parades or other demon strations will be purchased by the city in the near future. The draughtsmen in the City Engi neer's office are preparing a drawing and as soon as the type is decided upon twenty-five or thirty posts will be bought. About 10,000 feet of rope will be used for the firemen's convention in i >ctober and it will likelv be necessarv to buy 4.000 feet. Bids For Five New Sewers Opened at Noon by W. H. Lynch Rids for the construction of the sewers were opened at noon to-day by City Commissioner W. H. Lynch, su perintendent of streets and public im provements. There were three bidders on all the jobs. Following were the bids: Eighteenth. Park to Regina—Wil liam H. Opperman. $1,037: John A. Stticker, $1,033. and <5. W. Ensign, Inc., $1,066.11. Green. Seneca to Emerald, and Fourth, from Seneca to Emerald—G. W. Ensign. Inc.. respectively, $523.15 and $678.80; William H. opperman, $527 and $719; John A. Stuckcr. $584 and $777. Second Street, from Seneca to Em erald— William H. Opperman. $507; r;. W. Ensign, Inc., $530.30. and John A. Stucker, $559. Zarker, chestnut Street from Nine teenth to Twenty Feet West of Twen tieth—John A. Stucker, $1,299; G. W. Ensign. Inc., $1,378, and William H. Opperman, $1,397. COURTHOUSE NOTES Eleven I Properties Under' Hammer— . properties In different parts of the county and city will be sold by Sheriff H. C. Wells at the September term sheriff sale on Thursday at 2 o'clock, September 24. Robert SeHx-rt Discharged.—ln an order handed down to-day Additional Law Judge McCarrell discharged from jail Robert Seibert, who had been con fined because of his failure to nay his wife $2 weekly for her support. He was placed Hnder bond so that he may get out and work to pay his obligation. Wants Increased Maintenance. Mrs. Charles Simms to-day petitioned Additional Law Judge McCarrell for a rule upon her husband. Charles Simms, directing him to show cause within ten days as to why he should not pay her more than $6 per month for her sup port. The increased cost of living, she declares, has made it impossible fer her to live on $6 a month. Want Revolver for Tyrone D'on Co. —October 12 at 10 o'clock was fixed to-day by the Dauphin County Court for the hearing of the netition of the Tyrone Iron Company for the appoint ment of a permanent receiver. The State to-day presented the petition. The concern is considered insolvent. City Treasury Pays Rig Rills.—city Treasnrer O. M. I'opelin to-day paid out $8,480.91 to the Maryland Cas ualty Company for work on the Pax ton creek improvement. A voucher for $2,000 was paid to the Cpoous Coppus Engineering Company for equipment for pumping station. The. city cops got their checks to-day, too. EARRISBURG TELEGRAPH SZ ACCOUNTS FILED | FOB MK' COURT I Register of Willi Danner to Pre sent Calendar For Confirma- I tion October 13 < ■ < > i Saturday by Hoy C. l>anner, register of wills. The list Includes forty-four first and ' final accounts, one first, a second and final, a first and partial, a first and i second, and two complete accounts. The reports of ten guardians, two trustees, nineteen executors and twenty-one administrators comprise the calendar. Orphans' court will he held prior ! to the c 'ctober term of Argument j court which is scheduled for the same I day. Must Make Pipe Connections.—No- | tice has been served upon all the! property owners abutting in Ethel street from Eighteenth to Nineteenth! streets to make the necessary changes! in water, sewer, steam heat and gas j pipes within sixty days in order to i prepare for the paving and curbing of I that section. Begin Military Census Today.—All over Dauphin county to-day the as sessors. according to schedule, began taking the military roll for 191 4—the roll of able-bodied men eligible for services under the arms of Uncle Sam should necessity arise. The men be tween the ages of twenty-one and forty-five will be listed. DUES REPORTED TO HAVE LED GERMANS [Continued From first I"a go] fought sternly on and slowly beat the enemy back. «00 Dead Counted "The attempts of the Germans to cross the Marne at Meaux entailed ter rible losses. Sixteen attempts were foiled by the French artillery lire di rected on the river and in one trench 600 dead Germans were counted. "The whole country was strewn with the dead and dying. When at last the Germans retired they greatly slackened their rifle tire and in one place retired twelve miles without tiring a single shot. One prisoner declared that they were short of ammunition and had been told to spare it as much as pos sible. "Monday saw a tremendous encoun ter on the Ourcq. In one village which the Germans hurriedly vacated the Fren«'h in a large house found a din ner table beautifully set, with candles still burning on the table, where evi dently the German staff had been dining. A woman occupant said they tied precipitately. "There was a great deal of hand to-hand lighting and bayonet work on the Ourcq. which resulted in the ter rible Magdeburg regiment beating a retreat. On Monday night General | Von Kluck's army had been thrown back from the Marne and from the Morin and to the region of Sezanne, and hi;# position was serious. Imine ddiate steps were necessary to save his I line of communications and retreat. To this end reinforcements were hur ried north to Meaux district andd to Ourcq and trenicnous efforts made to break up the French resistance in this quarter, for Meaux is to Paris as Head ing is to London. Shares Kate of First '"The second attempt on the Ourcq shared the fate of the first. Through Monday night and well into Tuesday the great German gdns boomed along this river and resistance of the allies could not be broken. "Hold!' was the command and every man braced him self to obey. While the <>urcq was being held the struggle of Sezanne was bearing splendid fruit. Tl»e Ger man resistance on Thursday morning was broken. I heard the news in two ways. "The wounded men were no longer down-hearted, but eager to rejoin the fray. On every French Hp was the exclamation that 'they are in full re treat' and "they are brushing back home,' and in the same breath came generals recognition of the great help gfven by the British army, t am convinced that the full extent of this rout is noted in newspapers in Eng land. It was of a truly terrllic char acter and such a blow will not fail to h'ave a lasting effect. "The number of wounded entailed colossal transportation work. 1 myself counted iifteen trains in eiglit hours, a line grim set of men. terribly weary, but very amiable, except the officers. "The enemy crossed the Marne on the return Journey north under great difficulties and beneath a withering tire from the British troops, who pur sued them hotly. The German artil lery operated from a height; there was again much hand-to-hand light ing and the river was swollen with dead. "On Tuesday night the Rritish were In possession of Laferte, Sous Jouarre and Chateau Thierry and the Germans had fallen back forty miles, leaving a long train of spoils behind them. Men and Horses Destroyed "On the same day, in the neighbor hood of Oltry-le-Francols. the French troops achieved a splendid victory. In cidentally they drove hack the famous imperial guard of Germany from Se zanne toward the swamps of St. (iond, where a century aso Napoleon achiev ed one of his last successes. The main body of the guard passed to the north of the swamps, but I heard of men and horses engulfed and de stroyed. "On Wednesday the English army continued the pursuit towards the north, taking guns and prisoners. On that day I found myself in a new French. The good news had spread. Girls threw flowers at the passing sol diers and Joy was manifested every where. "The incidents of Wednesday will astound the world when made known in full. I know that two German de tachments of 1,000 men each, which were surrounded and cornered, hut which refused to surrender, were v.iped out almost to the last man. The keynote of these operations was the tremendous attack of the allies along the Ourcq on Tuesday, which showed the German commander that his lines of communication were threatened. Then came the crowning stroke. "The army of the Ourcq ami of Meaux and the army of Sezanne drew together like the blades of a pair ot shears, the pivot of which was In the region of the Grand Morin. The Ger man retreat was thus forced toward the east and it speedily became a rout." To-morrow will he tlie second regis tration ilaj. Ilavo you registered? NOW IS THE TIME To Figure the Cost of Heating 4 If you wait until cold weather comes you will go down to the store some morn ing with your teeth shattering, and buy the first stove that has a few good talking points, and perhaps pay for it twice over during the winter with the extra fuel it consumes. To-day we have comp\eted the arrangement of the finest assortment of ranges and heaters we have ever had in this store. We will guarantee that our stoves re quire less fuel than any other make on the market. We make this broad guarantee because we have spent years in studying the stove problem and we have made careful tests and collected information that is ab solutely reliable. When you buy a stove of us you get our experience free and it is worth a great deal more to you than the original price you will pay for any stove. Happy Home Ranges GARLAND A range made of the best grade of STEEL RANGE I casting, semi-plain, all removable nickel. Large size oven and fire box. Complete Known the world over as one of the I with pipe shelf and pipe s4 .00 ' steel ranges made. Home Comfort Ranges $35.00 Domestic Steel Range $129.50 I Doris Ranges $23.50 Kitchen Steel Range $43.50 a All our stoves are set up complete and fully guaranteed. You can have your j purchase charged. 4 Furniture, our libera i terms 5 2fc| Carpets weekly on $20.00; SI.PE _ and Stoves 312 market street weekl y on sso.oo. EXPECT 50 CHURCHES TO join in on Nearby Towns Rally to the Cause; "Billy" Shannon Will Ar rive Here Soon ; The Stough cam- I f paign with an in- j > crease from thirty- j eight to forty-one co operating churches in i this city, Wormleys- ! .** Lit burg. Camp Hill, IJC- i i, t&Spd moyne, Knola, Pen-1 j • MM., brook, Steelton and j i ''i ziQjlC, Rutherford Heights.' within a few days, j fWalr shows that a monster force of workers will I "1 KB be at their, post of HDjCSSUK*! duty before the big ] FT" f_ A,/Vx tabernacle meetings r open November 1. In all probability there will be fifty I churches co-operating by next month. Several more churches. including United Brethren, Lutheran and other denominations are considering co-op-, erating. "Billy" Shannon, the preliminary organizer, ex-brewery agent, will ar rive within tt few days to stay in this city until the tabernacle meetings open. He will be chiefly engaged at the outset on the neighborhood prayer YOU NEVER TIRE OF CUTICURA. SOAP Because of its refreshing fra grance, absolute purity and delicate emollient skin-puri fying properties derived from Cuticura Ointment. Samples Free by Mall CuUcura Soap and Ointment v>M throughout tttt world, liberal aample ot each milled free, with 33-* text. Addt—"Cuttoura." Data 22tL Boatoa. SEPTEMBER 14, 1014. meetings. Mr. Shannon is a resident of Berwick. » Fully 1,800 people attended the four big mass meetings held at Park Street United Evangelical (f>Bs); Sixth Street United Brethren (600); St. Paul's M. K„ Vine street, (300); |and United Evangelical, Lemoyne, (300), yesterday afternoon. The meetings next Sunday will be held as follows: Christ Lutheran Church, Covenant Presbyterian, First Baptist, all to be addressed by trail hitters from Sunbury. Mass meeting at Steelton. I'rof. Ellenberger will speak. The Rev. Mr. (irmie l/oaves. —-Re- signing the pastorate of the Taber nacle Baptist Church, the Rev. J..Wal lace fireen will go to Philadelphia after next Sunday's service. He will not announce his plans for the' future and denies he will leave the ministry. He will preach his farewell sermon next week. Since he has taken up the pastorate here about eighteen months ago the church has secured forty-two new members. Rids Feet of Corns. Removes Foot Lumps. Sure and Painless. What any corn needs is the sooth ing influence of Putnam's Painless Corn and Wart Extractor, which in twenty-four hours lifts out every root, branch and stem of corns and warts. Just clean riddance to the old offend ers—that's the way Putnam's Painless Corn and Wart Extractor acts. Re fuse a substitute preparation for Put nam's Extractor, 25c., druggists every-' where. Sold by C. M. Forney.—Ad vertisement. Merchants A Miners Trans Co. DELIGHTFUL TRIPS BAI.TIMOHE AND PHILADELPHIA "BY SEA" TO BOSTON, PROVIDENCE. SAVANNAH, JACKSONVILLE Through tickets on sale from and to all principal points Including meals and stateroom accommodations on steamers. Fine steamers. Best service. Low fares. Staterooms de Luxe. Baths. Marconi wireless. Automobiles carried. Send for booklet. City Ticket Office. 103 South Ninth St., I'hlla.. Pa. W. P. Turner, G. P. A.. Baltimore, Mil. t - Why . We Can 4 Sell Clean Coal We have a man at each of our coal yards whose duty it is to see that nothing but clean, screened coal is loaded into our wagons. All our coal is screened twice, once at the coal mines and again when it is loaded into the wagons. You can't get dirty coal from us unless an accident happens to our screens —and that is a very rare occasion indeed. Let us have your next order, you can easily see the difference. United Ice & Coal Co. Foratrr and C nndfl Third and Rnu 15th and Chestnut Hummel and Mulberry Also Steelton, Pa. DR. SMITH HERE The Rev. Dr. J. Ritchie Smith, who retired as pastor of the Market Square Presbyterian Church in July to accept the hair of honiiletlcs at Princeton Theological Seminary, occupied his old pulpit yesterday morning and evening. Incidentally, he said some nice things about the Rev. Mr. Cooke, who will 1111 the pulpit during the Interregnum. Especially strong was Dr. Smith's ser mon last night on "The King's High way." congregations heard him. Watch Our Weekly Specials Couches Kxact ly I.lkc ru«. Oak I' r a in c s . guaranteed construction, Best C'liasc Leather or Green Vclnur. Special fur ONE WEEK ONLY, SIO.OO "The House That Save*, You Money." HCHAS. F. OOVEP Furniture & Carpet Co. 1413-1415-1417-1410 N. Second it. Open Every Evening. HAIIKISBUHG. PA.