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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS AND NOTES
MISS LEA BECOMES BRIDE AT NOON
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I/UNCHEOXS TO BRIDE-ELECT
Miss Margaret Stackpole enter
tained informally at luncheon to-day
lit hcv home. 182. r i North Front street,
in compliment to Miss Mary Knisely
and her bridal party. The table ap
pointments were of pink witha center
piece of roses and asparagus fern.
The guests were Miss Knisely, Miss
Heien Delaney, Miss Jessie Nicolls,
Miss Janet Sawyer, Miss Katharine
Dwyer, Mrs. Harry Reily, Miss Eliza
beth Knisely, Mrs. Harry T. Neale.
Yesterday Mrs. Neale was hostess
at luncheon for Miss Knisely, with
twelve guests in attendance. The deco
rations were of pink begonias and yel
low chrysanthemums in most attrac
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"IN THE MILLS OF KENTUCKY."
"SOPHIE AND THE MAN OF HER
CHOICE." Exiiaiiay Comedy.
"LOLA, THE RAT." Vltagrnph, fen
-1 tiring MAURICE COSTELLO,
"THE FLEUR-DE-LIS RING." Blo
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FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN.
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WEDDING AT ION
111 BRIDE'S HOME
Miss Jane Stewart Lea and Percy
Shane Nicholls United in
Miss Jane Stewart Lea, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Lea. of this
city, and Percy Shane Nicholls, of
Swlssvale, Pa., were married at noon
to-day, at the bride's home, 2352
Derry street, in the presence of the
immediate families and a few intimate
The Rev. H. Everett Hallman, pas
tor of the Immanuel Presbyterian
Church, performed the ceremony and
Professor Edwin J. Decevee played
the wedding music. Mrs. Decevee
sang "O, Promise Me" after the serv
The attractive bride, who was given
in marriage by her father, wore a
traveling suit of brown broadcloth
with hat of sand colored velvet
adorned with a golden rose. Her cor
sage bouquet was of violets and lilies
of the valley. There were no attend
A wedding breakfast followed, with
the table appointments of yellow.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholls will spend
Thanksgiving with friends in Pitts
burgh and attend the State-Pitt foot
ball game. They will be guests of
honor afterward at a large dinner at
the Hotel Schenley, and will make
their home at 1803 Monongahela
avenue, Swissvale, Pittsburgh, after
The bride who has lived in Harris
burg for the past two years, has an
unusually sweet soprano voice and
was a soloist at the Zion Lutheran
Church and the bridegroom, who is a
member of a prominent Pittsburgh
family, is connected with the Carnegie
SPEND WEEK IIIORE
Mrs. John S. Boyles, of 632 Reily
street, has been entertaining for a
week, her sister, Miss Linnie Williams,
and Ray Prior, of McKinney, Cumber
land county. Both have returned home
after a pleasant visit here.
j How Tills Wonderful Ointment Ends
Itching and Heals Skin Eruptions
The soothing, healing medication in
Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap
penetrates the tiny pores of the skin,
clears them of impurities, and stops
itching Instantly. Resinol speedily
heals eczema, rashes, ringworm, and
other eruptions, and clears away dis
' figuring pimples and blackheads, when
| many treatments prove worse than
| useless. -
j Resinol Ointment (50c and $1.00)
and Resinol Soap (25c), are also
[speedily effective for pimples, blotches,
| dandruff, sofes and many forms of
I piles. Prescribed by doctors for the
i past nlnetoen years, and sold by all
riruggists. For free samples, write to
Dept. 35-R, Resinol, Baltimore, Md.—
MISS KNISELY'S WEDDING TOMORROW NIGHT
MISS MM near
Her Marriage to Paul Garfield
Smith Event of Tomor
One of the prettiest of home wed
dings will be that of Miss Mary Esther
Knisely, daughter of Mrs. Archibald
G. Knisely, and Paul Garlleld Smith,
of this city, taking place Thanksgiv
ing evening at 6 o'clock at the resi
dence of the bride's mother, Front and
Maclay streets, with the Rev. Dr. John
D. Fox, pastor of the Grace Methodist
The decorations of pink and white
will be carried out with roses and
chrysanthemums, relieved by a back
ground of ferns and Southern smilax.
The Loeser Orchestra will play the
wedding marches and throughout the
evening. A reception will follow the
ceremony, largely attended by guests
from this and other cities.
Promptly at 0 o'clock, to the fa
miliar strains of the "Bridal Chorus"
from "Lohengrin," the bridal party will
come down the broad stairway to tlio
hall, with the bridesmaids, Miss Helen
Delaney, of Washington, D. C.; Miss
I Margaret Stackpole, of this city; Miss
Jessie Nichols, of New York, and Miss
Janet Sawyer, of Harrisburg, leading.
They will wear gowns of pink panne
velvet with draperies of flesh-colored
tulle on the corsage, and carry old
i fashioned nosegays of pink roses in
silver laca holders with silver ribbons.
, Meeting the ushers, Silas H. Schoch,
of Sellnsgrove; Charles K. Boas, John
j Lenhart and Dr. Harvey F. Smith, of
this city, they will proceed to the
| drawingroom, where the ceremony
will be performed under a canopy of
green and white.
Following will come the maid of
honor, Miss Elizabeth Knisely, the
bride's sister, in a dainty frock of sea
shell chiffon over satin, and carrying
a charming arrangement of bouvar
dia and fern. The matron of honor,
[Mrs. Harry Reiley, of San Antonio,
I Texas, will wear cameo pink char
meuse with net draperies and carry a
Tokio model of the champagne col
ored Thora roses. The bride, who
will be escorted by her brother, Arch
ibald G. Knisely, Jr., has chosen an
exquisite costume of Japanese crepe
over charmeuse, with full court train
and garnitures of pearl on the bodice.
Her tulle veil will simulate the quaint
Castle caps, with clusters of orange
blossoms. She will carry a Mayfair
model ol' white orchids and lilies of
the valley. The bridegroom and his
best man, Donald R. McCain, of Cam
den, N. J., will meet them- at the
altar. The bride's table will have as a
centerpiece a silver basket of white
j lilacs and lilies of tl»e valley. Uttley
is the floral artist.
Congratulations and a wedding sup
per will precede a view of the hand
some gifts presented the young couple,
who leave at midnight for a Southern
honeymoon. They will be "at home"
after January 1 in their new house
at 24 20 North Second street. Miss
Knisely has a wide circle of friends
in the city, and Mr. Smith, an alumnus
of Buckneli University and graduate
of the Dickinson Daw School, Is a
| member of the firm of Snodgrass &
) Smith, attorneys at law.
Among the out-of-town guests will
be Captain and Mrs. John C. Delancy,
of Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs.
| Herbert Hyes, of Lansdowne; Miss
] Anna Gilpin, Dr. and Mrs. George
|Ross, Mrs. Pearson. Miss Helen Payne,
jail of Philadelphia; Mr. nnd Mrs. Don
ald McCain, of Camden, N. J.; Mrs.
Wiest and Miss Mary Wiest, of York;
M. R. Leiscr, of Lewisburg; G. W.
Mines and Kenneth Douglass, of New
York city; Miss Dyer, of Curwensvllle;
Dr. and Mrs. Thorington, of Philadel
phia. the latter well remembered here
as Miss Florence Jennings.
dren, of Philadelphia, will be guests
to-morrow of Mrs. W. W. Jennings and
Miss Jennings, at 611 North Front
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Motter and
children, of Wilmington, Del., arc
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Sense
man, Riverside, over tho holidays.
MAKE YOUR OWN
This Home Mn<le Mixture Darkens
Gray Hair aiul Makes It Soft
To a half-pint of water add:
Ray Rum 1 oz.
Barbo Compound a small box
Glycerine 14 oz.
These are all simple ingredients that
you can buy from any druggist at vorv
little cost, and mix them yourself.
Apply to the scalp once a day for two
weeks, the once every other week un
til all the mixture is used. A half
pint should be enough to rid the head
of dandruff and kill tho dandruff
gertns. It stops the hair from falling
out, relieves itching and scalp dis
Although it Is not a dye, it acts upon
the hair roots and will darken streak
ed, faded. Bray hair in ten or tlfteon
days. It promotes the Krowth of the
hair and makes harsh hair soft and
Of USEE CHARITY
Officers and Managers of Home
For Friendless Elected
The annual meeting of the Society
of the Home for the Friendless was
held yesterday afternoon In the Young
Men's Christian Association building.
Notwithstanding the building has
been nearly doubled In size and is now
accommodating forty-three inmates,
there are eleven more on the waiting
list and two fecent applicants.
The report of Miss Lydia A. Forney,
treasurer of the board of managers,
shows receipts during the year of
$5,414.07 and expenditures of $5,339.58,
leaving a balance In the treasury of
$74.49. Eleven churches contributed
The oillcers elected for the ensuing
year are: President, Charles A. Kun
kel; vlco-pr.o3idents, Mrs. J. W. Reily
and Mrs. J. A. Sponsler; secretary,
Henry C. Demmlng; treasurer, the
Harrisburg Trust Company; trustees,
Edward Bailey, Charles A. Kunkel,
Henry C. Demming. Samuel J. M.
McCarrell, George Kunkel, Carl B.
Ely, Casper Dull, Frank B. Musser and
Francis J. Hall. ,
Newly elected managers, to serve
for three years, are Mrs. Joshua Gross,
Mrs. Ediiumd C. Thompson, Mrs.
Sarah E. McCaiiley,. Mrs. Sarah A.
Herr, Miss Eliza C. Small, Mrs. Annie
B. Lamberton, Mrs. Elizabeth Keffer,
Mrs. Thomas Itey, Mrs. George Zol
linger and Mrs. W. S. Lontz. The
board now comprises about thirty mem
bers. Mrs. Elizabeth Crain Kunkel is
the president and Miss Lydia A. For
It was announced at this meeting
that Colonel Demming enters upon his
thirty-lifth year as a trustee and
thirty-fourth year as secretary. Thirty
lour years ago the treasurer held as
legacies S6OO. The present fund, of
which only the interest can be used,
is $38,148. Thirty-four years ago the
institution had fifteen old ladies and
fifteen children. Now nearly double
the number have their home there.
In 1880 the total amount raised dur
ing the twelve months was *1,639;
last year is was 95,414.07. Thirty-four
years ago the totai expenditures for
I the year were *1,373.25; during the
: year just closed *5,339.58, Balanct
on hand in 1880, *266.75; balance on
hand yesterday, *74.49.
The institution now occupies one of
the most desirable plots of land in this
city, owned in fee simple, and no out
Everything connected with the home
is most carefully managed, the ac
counts are audited twice yearly, and
there has never been a period when
the Harrisburg Home for the Friend
less was in a more nourishing con
IX FORMA I. RECEPTI OX
Thanksgiving Guests Entertained by
the Bishop and Mrs. Darlington
The See House in this city, noted
for hospitality during its occupancy
by the Bishop and Mrs. James Henry
Darlington, will be en fete all day to
morrow, with a dinner in the evening
in honor of out-of-town guests and an
informal reception later, attended by
| the younger contingent. Feathery yel
low chrysanthemums and masses of
fern will prevail in the special deco
rations and the Updegrovu Orchestra
The three sons of the Bishop and
Alis. Darlington will be here, and bring
with them several guests. The house
[party will include the Kev. Henry V.
B. Darlington. Gilbert S. B. Darling
ton, Elliott C. B. Darlington, John
R, Drexel, Jr., George Burgess and
Pelham Darlington, of New York; Miss
Elizabeth Kemsen Thompson and Miss
Caramai Carrol, also of New York,
who are Miss Eleanor Darlington's
Miss Kathryn Holtz, of Mechanics
burg, will spend Thanksgiving Day in
Lancaster and witness the F. and M.-
Gettysburg football game.
Thomas Edward Sullivan, of Wash
ington, D. C., is visiting his aunt, Mrs.
Elizabeth Sullivan, at 526 North street.
Miss Mabeilo Losh, 2213 Jefferson
street, left to-day for New Haven,
Conn., where she will spend Thanks
giving as tlio guest of Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Fiss.
Miss Mary E. Stark will spend tho
Thanksgiving holidays In Spring City
and Philadelphia. In the latter place
she expects to witness the Army-Navy
Edward P. Kerper, 1a student at
Pennsylvania Gettysburg, is
spending a short vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Ker
per, and his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Pelham, at 228 North
AT ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH
The following music will bo used
at the 11 o'clock service in St. Ste
phen's Episcopal Church to-morrow:
"O Praise the Lord." Chant; "To
Deum" in B flat. King Hall; "Jubilate"
in B flat. King Hall; anthem, "Praise
the Lord, O Jerusalem," Maunder;
postlude, "Thanksgiving," Demarest;
Alfred C. Kuschwa, organist and choir-,
»Buy here iol alone because prices are lower, but because qualities are better* ■ .»»•«»»•»«»*»
and Stylish Millinery in al
Big After 1
Mfli'll Wool CnpN 2T»C J
Mfii'n l»lnck Firemen Cap** .... 25c
For Friday and Saturday 35% SKST.?.:::::: It :
Men's Nrfknror ....... 15c nnd after .
Men's l-iil,v l.lueit Collins .... 10c u
I cioctytlTWOvt iwixed H.i.r/ C',
' Men's Colored Hose, lie; II for .. -.%*• li ,
Men's l.lsle Cotton Colored Howe,
Great sale of Untrimmed Hats to make room for Holiday Hfn . a Sllh H „, e |n „ I||Ck lan .
Goods. "»il blue ...;. 35c
Lot I—Ladies' Untrimmed Hats in black silk velvet, Reliable Hosiery For Ladies'
velour, plush, etc., $2 and $2.50 value. Sale price 55t anri rhiirir-r,
Lot 2—Ladies' Untrimmed Ha, s , in biack «,„« and „ j
VCIOUr, $1.50 value I<a<llet«* Hlaek Hone, ftoi 3 for .. 25e -
Children's Trimmed Hats, at I»<S 29*, JiO*, 40* " ,ac * " ,ul Ta " Ho " e •• !I
" I. a dies' Hose, nil ealwn 12'Vic ~
TRIMMINGS Ladle*' Silk Hoot Hose, nil colors, 25c "
Ladles' Silk l.lsle Hose, all colors.
25c and 39c Trimmings I.>* , . afse
. 0 Children's ltlack nnd Tan Hose, 10c
150 c Trimmings Children's Hose, life: lit. medium nnd
SI.OO Trimmings SO* "Z* !!
«»r* «5c '
V——■ ——A- —™_ lM m-m—mm—rnm—mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm—J Children'* Willie HoKe,
10e, l-V&e miri 2.*fe '
Seasonable Merchandise * ow W ° ol '''"ids.. special Prices. Infnnts' Hose ... 10c, 12Vic nnd 25c ,1
! New Ilomun Stripes and Novelty r> 11 ,
, Dry Goods Department Dress uood*. special' Price*. 1,311 and Winter Underwear
4-4 Unbleached nnd blenched mus- Wool Screes, all colors. Special For Ladies. Misses Children
111 i* sc, Oe, 7c nnd He Prices. wuuuisu
Cotton Flannel, blenched and tin- „ .. . r and Infants
blenched, sc, «c, 7c, Bc, 10c nnd e Woo! Canvas Cloth, nil colors. iiuaillb
13Vic. Special Trices. Speclnl values In l.ndles' nnd Misses' ~
Cotton ShnUer Flannel, 5c to 12 Vic Gerninn Finish Brondclotli, staple Fleece I.lned Underwear, at.. 25c "
I Mc I---.es; Fleece Mned Suiis,
i Red, blue nnd stray mixed Wool Hlack nnd White Shepherd Cheek, Prices ™ unbleached.. Special ,
f Willi'""wool Flannel ... 2ft£ " u<l llno ' l lJn 'l"we«r,
J Sheeting; Muslin, !>-<( and 10-11, »*„_>„ t? •u- y ' " h,te " Md unbleached,
! blenched nnd iinblenclied .... 25c rail Mens Furnishings i„i« ■, c ~lu' "
Pillow Case Muslin. 42 and 45-Inch. Men's Hress Percale Shirts, 50c Chlidren'a Il"!ck l'nnts '.".'.'.'.' .* .* 23? "
Heady-made Pillow" ' Me." s'Vlecoe i.lned UDdarKearl 5(1!' Fleece Wrapper*
He, 10c, 12Vic, 10c and lSe value .. ", o»i . ... 12% c ,
Hojater Case- *......... .... „ 25c Men's wioi
(ritMhe* 5e to 13c """
Curtain Sot, Serlui, Drnperien, ete., - g%W*
lc to 25c Department Store!
Wool Dress Goods For Winter tl „ r rv « n . rv ♦
I Wear Where Every Day Is Bargain Day J
| £ 215 Market St. opp. Courthouse j
GUESTS OF MISS MEYERS
Miss Eleanoro Smith, of Charleston,
W. Va.; Miss Audrey Allen, of War
ren, and Miss Jeanette Sheaffer, of
Wayne, will be guests of Miss Mary
Elizabeth Meyers at her home, 213
North Front street, over the Thanks
ATTEND THANKSGIVING GAME
Miss Elizabeth Morris, of Bellefonto,
Is visiting Miss Sarah Hastings, 119
West State street. Miss Morris and
Miss Hastings left to-day for Phila
delphia, where they will attend the
football game on Thanksgiving Day.
OYSTER SUPPER AT AUGSBURG
An oyster supper will be served nt
Augsburg Lutheran Church, Fifth and
Muench streets, to-nVorrow evening
from 4 to o'clock. Ice cream, cako
and candy will also be on sale.
IN MUSS HERMAN'S HONOR
Give Surprise Party For Popular
Young Girl of Pcnbrook
Mrs. H. E. Herman, of Butler
street, Penbrook, arranged a surprise
party last evening for her daughter,
Miss Mary Herman, with quite a num
ber of her friends in attendance. After
the evening's amusements of music
and games, refreshments were served
to the following guests:
The Missss Helen Crook, Esther
Earley, Grace Crook, Anna Booser,
Esther Bobb, Mary Currey, Naomi
Weaver, Catherine Brandt, Mabel
Walters, Marguerite Shaffer, Florence
Garberlch, Mary Reed, Viola Witmer,
Ruth Packer, Blanche Herman, Doro
thy Bax, Emma Herman, Eva Evans
and Mary Herman: Edward Relker,
Raymond Book, William Crum, Ralph
Cooper. Alvin Martin, McClellan
Koomes, John Brandt, Roger Koones.
James Novlnger, Paul Currey, Earl
Wittle, Ira Koones, David Smith, Lo
Roy Smeltzer, John Earley, Bankes
Get the Stage Secret
of Healthy Hair
Though wigs are often used in
special parts played by actresses, it
is a notable fact that all have beau
tiful, natural hair which is the re
sult of sensible care only. Their only
secret is care. Not strenuous, but
regular. In washing the hair it is
not advisable to use a makeshift, but
always use a preparation made for
shampooing only. You can enjoy the
best that is known for about three
cents a shampoo by getting a pack
age of canthrox from your druggist:
dissolve a teaspoonful in a cup of
hot water and your shampoo is ready.
After its use the hair dries rapidly
with uniform color. Dandruff, ex
cess oil and dirt are dissolved and
entirely disappear. Your hair will
be so fluffy that it will look much |
heavier than It is. Its luster and
i softness will also delight you, while
|th« stimulated scalp gains the health
' which insures hair growth.—Adver-
GRAPE SHERBET |
Special . . .
Beauty . . 3UC
NOVEMBER 25, 1914. '
Pannebaker, Charles Kline, Charles
Whlsler, Mrs. Mamie Krieg, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Whlsler, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam H. Whlsler, Mrs. H. A. Boyd and
JAPANESE NOVEIVTY SALE
The Home Missionary Society oi
Grace Methodist Church will hold a
Japanese novelty sale at the church
parlors next Monday atternoon and
evening. Hundreds of reasonably
priced articles suitable for Christmas
will bo offered. The proceeds will bo
devoted to home missions.
Miss Marie Sheaffer, of 1222 Mar
ket street, entertained members of the
Cricket Club at her home on Monday
evening in honor of Miss Charlotte
Mack, of Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. A 1 K. Thomas, of the
Jonestown road, announce the birth of
a son, Robert Flndlay Thomas, Wed
nesday evening, November 18, 1914.
Mr. and Mrs. George Throckmor
ton, of Jersey City, former Harris
burgers, announce the birth of a son,
James Hughes Throckmorton, Mon
day, November 23, 1914.
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pj-pk What the Shops 1
Are Showing rf^\\
j Thanksgiving Day inaugurates the
season of old-fashioned good things
Ito eat, and plum puddings and mince
pies are not only the climax of the
well-planned Thanksgiving dinner,
but throughout the winter season they
are a favorite dessert, and the Stude
baker Grocery Store, State and Sec
ond streets, is offering both plum pud
dings and mince meat made by the
best cooks and of the finest materials,
so that they rival indeed those "that
mothar used to make," for the manu
facturers with their unrivaled facili
ties and vast resources can produce
I better results than the most expert
Nuts of nil kinds are also on sale
at the Studebaker Store.
GIFTS FOR. MEN
Christmas gifts for men are easy
jto choose at McFail's smart shop,
[Third and Market streets, for this
shop abounds in clever holiday sug
gestions just the things that a well
groomed man really cares for and ap
preciates. Bath robes of the finer
kinds, sweater coats, fur lined gloves
and kid gloves, handkerchiefs in ap
propriate gift cases, mufflers for even
ing dress, waistcoats, all the acces
sories of correqt evening dress and '
neckwear in seemingly endless va- |
rlety are some of the gift suggestions
offered at this shop. Everything pur
chased for Christmas giving is care
fully arranged in neat and appro
j priate boxes.
THE MAN'S DEN
Every man likes a room to call his
I own to use for smoking, reading or
I writing or to entertain his friends
! comfortably, and this room is con- j
veniently called "the den." Here one
may use brilliant color combinations j
impossible in the daintier rooms, and |
the usual conventions of interior deco- j
ration may be forgotten./ Deep warm i
reds with contrasting yellows and 1
greens have a bizarre attractiveness i
when used in the den and the A. B.
Tack Wall Paper Shop, 1216 N. Third
street, is showing a decoration com
bining these brilliant colors, which
can be most effectively used with a
plain base of red, green or brown,
while a heavy oak or mission stein
rail would add a pleasing finish.
YOUR CHRISTMAS PIANO OIS
In the Price and Teeple Piano Fac
tory the highest class of skilled labor
lis employed. These are the reasons
why Price and Teeple Pianos and
Player-Pianos are so desirable and so
sought after. It is with pardonable
pride that we state that there are
thousands of these pianos in daily
use. Cash or easy terms. Demon
strated every day. Come in and hear
8 N. Market Square,
Mr. and Mrs. William Elder Failey,
Alger Bailey and Miss Annetta Bailev
have gone to Philadelphia to spend
Thanksgiving with Miss Mary Bent.
Dr. and Mrs. George Ross and chll-
Cold in Head
Relieved In one minute. Money back
if it falls. Get a 25c or SOc tube of
Use it quick. For chronic nasal ca
tarrh, dry catarrh, sore no6o, coughs,
sneezing, nose bleed, etc. Write for
free sample. The first drop used will
do food. Ask druggists.
Kondon Mfg. Minneapolis, Mlna.
IN MILADY'S BOUDOIR
Daintiness is feminity's greatest
charm and nothing could be daintier
than the charming boudoir slippers
which Milady dons with her negligee
The Woman's Exchange, Third streel
at Herr, is showing all the material!
for making these pretty slippers. TH«
D. M. C. cotton in any desired shad*
is splendid to use for making the ex
quisitely dainty slippers on satir
tuned soles which are the newest atir
loveliest fad for boudoir use. These
slippers are very easy and inexpen
sive to make and when done by hanc
and finished with pretty ribbon bowi
they make charming gifts.
Did you remember to buy can<Jls
for Tnanksglving? Of course, yen
will want some, and the Gorgas Drui
Store, so conveniently open all th
time, has a splendid assortment o
candies at various prices. For th
gift box, they offer luscious chocolat
dipped creams, fruit flavors, nu
goodies and beautifully boxed am
strictly fresh. For children, wlios
parents forbid rich chocolates, th
Gorgas Store offers wholesome min
I candies, fruit gum drops, milk choc©
late and other harmless confection!
which are Inexpensive, yet just a'
pleasing for the little folks. At tht
store, too ono may find many novf
and delicious confections, which OJXS
ono would appreciate.
The middle-aged woman who eecl(
i perfect comfort In footwear la we
l provided for t\t tho Walk Over Bot
( Shop, 226 Market street, for thoug
I they are known for the smart sty)
! of their shoe models, they are equall
! satisfactory In furnishing reliable :in
j substantial shoes of excellent qualll
| and workmanship which are speciall
I designed for comfort. They are offei
ing a model of especially soft, flexibi
viol leather with low heel, which ins
be had in either buttoned or laoc
style and the price is just $3.50. Th
model gives perfect ease and con
fort to the tenderest feet, and tt
Walk Over perfect fitting system a
sures a perfect fit.