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Steelton Folks Enjoy Dance at Colonial Club Robert Hope, of Cottage Hill, Steel ton. was host Thursday evening at a dance at the Colonial Country Club. The party Included Mr. and Mrs. Al den, Mr. and Mrs. Vickery, Mr. and Mrs. Brlnser. Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Nell. Mr. and Mrs. McK%y, Mr. and Mrs. Karle. Miss Katli erlne Darby, Miss Mary Fencll, Miss Helen Abercromble. Mrs. C .W. Rein oehl, Mr. Lenhart. Mr. Stubbs, Mr. Forker, Mr. Hoblnson, Ilarvey Nell and Mr. Downs. Miss Florence C. Shader, of 105 A Regina street, is home after an ex tended tour of Eastern cities. F. H. Mathlot has returned to Phil adelphia, after a visit with his moth er, Mrs. Charlotte Mathlot, 209 Harris street. I HEAR THE CHOIR OF 75 VOICES AND ORCHESTRA OF 10 INSTRUMENTS at the FIFTH STREET METHODIST CHURCH | The Church on Four Streets | Fifth, Sixth, Granite | and Wood Streets [ "THE SOFT MARCH" at 10.30. 11 "FIVE BROTHERS I AND THE BIBLE," j! at 7.30. 1 Sunday School at 2. ! 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Begin Next Monday in Day or Night School. r/ j 15 S. MARKET SQIARK, lIA KKJSRI KG, PA. See This Kicrllent Show To-day, I EVERY SHOW UREAT 7 Hlk Keltli Act*, Including ||J • VETERANS " nces Always Low - ■ —and— —(i ml— School Playgrounds Everybody Goes NKXT WEEK—V BREATH OF OI.D 'ET THE CHILDREN GO THIS VIRGINIA A TT Surrounded by Excellent Show. | MAJESTIC THEATER " TO-NIGHT - LAST TIME Tt'ESDAY, One Night Only, JAN, is J SEI.WYN A CO. SKATS °* SA,K PRESENTS " TI,E sl'-eh-spv- THE lavoh FEST.vAi, ArmgaardKari Graves T XAJ I W Rf f) «' <*«- Germnn War Office" A V* All mJ LI \J kj 1,1 " <'rl|>nln K Narrative on ! SECRET SERVICE AND THE WAR THE FUNNIEST FARCE IN YEAHS j Swme " ,n " ,d «' Facta" on the Mighty SEVI'S WOW SKI I IX. European Stru.rle SEA IS NOW Sfcl.l.lM. A - rAI(K THAT VOU WfM. ENJOY PRICES i 2gc «o $1.50 I PRICES I *l, TKe, 50c, 25 c . Try Telegraph Want Ads. Try Telegraph Want Ads. SATURDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH JANUARY 9, 1915 WEDNESDAY CLUB HIS ! PRDGRUM ON MELODY i With Musical Illustrations Pre sented by Club Vocalists and Pianists i Continuing the study of "Rhythm, i Melody, Harmony and the Color of Music," the Wednesday Club, at the ® working muslcale Wednesday morn ing, January 13, will present a pro gram including examples of "Inde pendent Melody," "Vocal Polyphony," "Instrumental Polyphonic." "Har monic Melody." "Harmonizing Mel odv" and "Metumorphosis of Themes ' with musical illustrations l>y members of the club. These selections will include (a) "Thus Were Finished." from Sabbath Kvensong of the Jewish Synagogue service: (b) "Qui Sedes," Plain Sons; Gradual, transcribed by Houdard, Mrs. William K. Bumbaugh; "Sumer i is icoinen in," 1740; "John of Foren sete," semi-chorus; "Tenebrae Facta.© i Sunt," Palestrina, Wednesday Clul) chorus; "Fugue in G Minor." 1583- 1644, Frescobaldt; "Sonata in G Minor," D. Scarlatti, Miss Witten myer; "Invention in F Major, No. 8, two-part Inventions," J. S. Hitch, Mrs. Henry; "Deh Vieni," from "The Mar riage of Figaro," 1756-91, Mozart, Miss Ksther Kendig; "Si Le Bonheur. from "Faust," 1818-93, Gounod, Miss Mary Worley: "Brunnhilde's Farewell to Siegfried." Wagner, Mrs. Frank Pavne; (a) "Novelette," Schumann; (b) "Badnlat," "Cradle Song," Grieg. Mrs. Martin Cumbler: (a) "From Venice," Keinecke; (b) "In Summer Go Thy I.ove to Seek," Reinecke: (c) "O Grateful Evening Silence," Kein ecke, Mrs. Bumbaugh, Mrs. Hull, Miss Middaugh; "Hes Preludes," Sym phonic Poem, T.iszt, Miss Wittenmyer, ■ Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Henry, Miss Lay er ty. Weir Stewart, of Auburn, N. Y.. a Princeton senior, is a guest of the Misses Weir, at 1604 North Second street. I TO REMOVE DANDRUFF 1 V_ Get a 25-cent bottle of Danderine at I any drug store, iiour a little Into your ' hand and rub well into the scalp with the finger tips. By morning most, if not all. of this awful scurf will have disappeared. Two or three applications will destroy every bit of dandruff; stop scalp itching nnd fulling hair.—Advcr • tisement. THE REVIES HOSTS TO 808 WHITE CLUB Evidences of the Little New Year Are Seen on Every Side Mr. and Mrs. Revie, of Schuylkill street, pleasantly entertained members of the Bob White Club at their home last evening. As the first hosts of the year to the club the decorations,- fa vors, games, speeches and all the fun was suggestive of 1915 with its bril liant outlook to the club. Mrs. Revie sang several selections nnd there was dancing and an enter tainment by Mr. Pressley and little Bobby Revie. At the buffet supper cards Indicated the Bob White's baby 1915 party. Thoso in attendance were Miss Lulu Johnston. Miss Margaret Barnett, Miss Hazel Sowers, Miss Edna Cope, Miss Katliern Rea, Miss Bertha Revie, Miss Viola Gutwald, Miss Margaret Blu menstern, Miss Margaret Brunner, Miss Sarah Coble, Miss Kathryn Critchley, Robert Stair, S. Jim Press ley. Ed. Lowe, Arthur Clements, Harry Clark, James Swykes, George Miller, Paul Miller, Clayton Brtghtbill, Fran cis Singer and T. Mahafome. Airs. Miler assisted Mrs. Revie. Demonstration Dances at the Board of Trade Miss Kathreen Westbrook's Satur day night dancing class finishes the season this evening with a subscrip tion dance at the Board of Trade, when Miss Westbrook and Frederick Spies, of New York city, will give a series of demonstration dances. Mr. Spies is famous along his line of work nnd has given various exhibitions with Miss Burke, an understudy of Pav lowa's. This evening there will be pretty decorations in the ballroom, with clever lighting effects on the little tables scattered about the room where refreshments will be served. The exhi bition will include the gavotte, Span ish tango, whirlwind one-step and of course the hesitation and other late steps. Several will be costume dances, unusually attractive and popular. MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS WITH SIRS. S. H. ZIMMERMAN Mrs. S. H. Zimmerman was hostes" at her residence, 412 North street, laot evening to the Lucknow Mission ary Society of Grace Methodist Church. After the routine business was disposed of refreshments were served. The following members were present: Miss Gotta, Mrs. Charles 8011, Miss Mary Young, Mrs. Homer Black, Miss Miriam WycofT, Mrs. Spooner, Mrs. Cumbler, Mrs. S. Z. Shope, Mrs. Wil liam Deneliey, Mrs. C. A. Ellenberger, Miss Elizabeth Kllenberger, Mrs. Anna Bacon, Mrs. D. S. Seitz, Mrs. Frank Sites, Mrs. and Miss Compton, Mrs. F. E. Downes. Miss Meiiclc, Miss Hirsli. Mrs. L. V. Rausch, Mrs. Kln ter. Miss Mitchell, Mrs. Towsen, Mrs. Rowe, Mrs. Paul, Mrs. Mulr, of Port Jervis, N. Y., and Mrs. Zimmerman. GRAY-FREE WEDDING Miss Ella I''. Free and Lewis E. Gray, both of Willlamsport, were unit ed in marriage at the parsonage of the Curtin Heights Methodist Church, Fri day, January 8, by the pastor, the Rev. A. S. Williams. LEAVE FOR MERCERSBI'IUi Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Krebs and their sons, Marion, Douglas and John Ivrebs, have returned to their home in Mercersburg after spending several days with Mrs. James P. McCullough, 2041 North Second street. r \ FURS Below Cost R. Gerstner PRACTICAL FURRIER 218 Locuat St. Opp. Pout Office 4 311 Walnut Street Opposite Capitol Park Telephone Connection i L AMUSEMENTS Photoplay Today "PATSY IIOMVAH" CONKS TO I,IKK AM) APPEARS BACH SAT URDAY AT THE PHOTOPLAY. "THE FAMILY BLACK SHEEP" Kalt-m 2 acta IVnturliiß TOM MOORE AND MARGUERITE COI'RTOT MOVIES OF THE MUMMERS' PARADE. "THE FLOWER OF FAITH" 2-nrt SellK Ilranm. EVEI.YN NESHIT TIIAWS HE TIK.N ENGAGEMENT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15. OPEN MEETING OF STORY TELLERS CLUB Slav Stories Will Be Featured at Tuesday Evening's Session at the Library Next week's meeting: of the Story Tellers League will he an open ses sion, held Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock sharp. In order to allow mem bers to attend a lecture later in the evening. The program of "Slav Stories" will be led by Miss Martha Fleming, who will give an old Russian tale, "The Story of Barbouska." Miss Hilda At terberg will tell the story of "The Cobbler, Martin Avedeltch, Who Lived the Life of the Christ" written by Count Tolstoy. "The Shepherd and the Dragon," by Lillian Gask, a Ser vian Folk tale, will be related by Miss Dolores Segelbaum, and Miss Claire Bashore has selected the tale, | "God Knows How to Punish Man," j transcribed from Eastern Slavonic stories by A. H. Wratislaw. i Miss Martha Wolf Buehler will ! give an illustrated post card talk of the Balkan countries she has visited,, j which will be full of interest, and a jspeclman program will be read of a I meeting of a Philadelphia Story Tel lers League of which Dr. Frederick A. jChilds of the University of Penn sylvania is president. The subject Is "The Story in Character Building." The league is Interested in a lec ture to be giveh in the Technical high school auditorium. Tuesday evening. February 12, by Professor J. G. Gar ter Troop, ol' the University of Toron to, the official lecturer,of the Drama League of America. Ills subject will be "The Folk Tale and Fairy Story," and popular prices will prevail. LEARN NEW DANCES ! Sir. nml Mrs. Bernhardt Giving Several Little Social Events I Another !n the series of class dances I directed by Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. I Bernhardt was held Wednesday night | and proved a big success. The fox I trot, one of tlie most popular of the i new dances, was the special feature |of the evening. While these dances are held for the purpose of learning the late steps, they are really pleas ant little social affairs. ' Those present were Miss E. A. Keen. Miss A. Leas, Miss Edna Erb, Miss I Vera Runkle, Miss Anna Stotz, Miss J Myra Porter, Miss Ruth Runkle, Mrs. I \V ,E. Orth, Mrs. Charles Adler, Mrs. IA. M. Porter, J. W. Cooper, J. D. Bogar. IT. A. Stackhouse, If. L. Ilei sey, Charles D Dasher, L. C. Vogel, L. Adams, W. E. Orth and Charles Adler. William 11. Eby left to-day for his Philadelphia home after a visit with his aunt. Miss Fannie M. Eby, at 613 North Front street. Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson and son Edward, 2005 Green street, will start to-morrow for San Francis- Co, Cal., for a two months' trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Steckley, who are visiting Mrs. Steckley's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. ldwin, of 1812 | Green street for several months have j returned here after a week's slay with [relatives at Newport. Miss Anne Morgan Is on American *lmmortal' List MISS ANNE MORGAN New York, Jan. 9.—Miss Anne Mor gan, daughter of the late J. Pierpont Morgan, the American financier, is one of the last five persons to be add ed to the list of American 'lmmor tals.' To "reward" distinguished serv ice to humanity" Is the reason given for conferring the grand medals of the new National Institute of Social Sciences on Miss Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, Eugene Brieux, Luther Burbank and Myron T. Herrlck. The honor is the equivalent to being deco rated with the grand cross of the Le gion of Honor in France. iSioHfHEIVS Mr. and Mrs. John A. Seldel, of Marysville, announce the birth of a son, C. Edgar Seldel, Friday, Jan uary 8, 1915. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Speakman, of Riverside, announce the birth of a son. Carl Edward Speakman, Mon day, January 4, 1915. Mrs. Speakman was formerly Miss Dora Grace L'rlcli, of renbrook. ASTRICH'S FIRST MONDAY SALE OF OUR GreatJanuaryClearanceSale Begins With Many Unusual Bargain Offerings Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats And All Kinds of Millinery Trimmings m.x 23c 49 c S^?t V - EI i V r T TURB^ S and SILK VELVET HATS Many small hats, including manv of the most ~ , popular little close-fitting Tipperary beautlful sraall and medium shapes; also and Tommy Atkins turbans, made of Lyons velvet close-fitting turbans—the best all-silk erect pile velvet; actual very newest and most desirable shapes, values $1.98. Actual values $2.98. New Lot of Ostrich Lobster OSTRICH TIPS * m Bands 3 to Bunch. /A /\ White, black, Alice, pink, light blue, White, black, light blue, Alice, green, TTTTW yellow, etc.; value 11.9 8. etc.; value !>Bo. Bunch AQ Finest Lyons Silk Velvet Hats and Turbans Most exclusive shapes, including Tricorne, small Sail ors and the newest Tipperary turbans; values of these 11l . » were actually $3.98 and $4.98. SILK VELVET ROSES 4 New Grapes and Berries <| fv Jack, pink ,cerise, tango and I M/* For the little turbans; all the I Mf* yellow; value 49c. new colors; value 49c. * Large Velvet Sailors A MM Large Velvet Sailors A* QQ Black or sand coloi I Lyons Velvet; black or sand | Crown; VcllllC $2.50. color crown; value $3.98. ■ $5.00 Ostrich PLUMES /hn QQ OSTRICH TIPS MM Finest French plumes extra X / XX Aigrette center, military H/Lp heavy flues; 9 Inches wide, 20 (I/mIS , no inches long. ■ pompon ertect; value 98c. aa TRIMMED VELVET TURBANS AA Close-fitting turbans, trimmed with wreaths of fruit mWIIL. and small flowers and grosgrain Ribbons; value $2.98. a# 1 Entirely new. Trimmed Velvet Sailors A<| New Silk Tipperary jK « /*/» Small and medium; trimmed I Turbans I with Satin Ribbons, flowers, W1• V V Made of corded silk—white, tIS JL •V V aigrettes, and ostrich; value $3.98. black and sand colors; value $2.98. ■ 75c SILK VELVET ROSES <}/* 98c Jack, pink, cerise, tango and •'jljp Pompon and plume effects; yellow. white, black and all colors. * * LOOK FOR MONDAY RED TICKETS. Hundreds of Bargains All Over the Store Not Advertised Here. Sale Starts 9 O'clock. BRIGHT'S CAUSES lUUNr DEITUS HERE Pennsylvania Statistics Show That This Is Almost as Dangerous as Tuberculosis Brlgbt'a disease caused within thir teen of the number of deaths due to tuberculosis in Pennsylvania during the month of October, according to a summary of causes of death for that month issued to-day by Commissioner of Health Samuel G. Dixon. Tubercu losis caused 708 deaths, of which 577 were from tuberculosis of the lungs. Bright's disease caused 695; intestinal troubles. 947; cancer, 505, and pneu mcnia, 57 4. Typhoid fever, which used to claim victims by thousands, caused 176 deaths, diphtheria 191, scarlet fever 54, whooping cough 32, measles 18, malaria 3 and meningitis 38. There were 82 suicides and 648 died in early infancy. Ninety-four were killed by railway injuries and 91 in accidents PURITY—QUALITY—FLAVOR t BAKER'S COCOA Possesses All Three It is absolutely pure, it is of high quality, and its flavor is delicious. Guard against imitations: —the genuine has the trade-mark on the package and is t* MADE ONLY BY WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. in mines. Other forms of violence caused 505 deaths. The number of deaths was 8,754, , while the births numbered 19,326, an unusually high number. For months the births have been at the rate of two 1 to one as compared with deaths, but October goes the average, better. .|A FIVE HUNDRED CLUB MEETS WITH MISS BLACK Miss Pearl Black entertained the members of a card club of which she is a member, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Neimond. 104 South Thir teenth street. Prizes for skilled play ing were awarded to Miss Hazel Mack ley and Ellis Roberts, with the con ' solation gift going to Miss Edna Blx ler. Refreshments were served to the Misses Edna Bixler, Hazel Mackley, Naomi Wlngert, Helen Morsh, Pearl Black. Messrs. Ellis' Roberts, Vay Buterbaugh, Merrill Arbogast, Gurney < Ruby, George Updegraph, Mr. and ' Mrs. Bert Neimond. i TO DISCUSS NEEDS OF CHURCIJ At the regular Christian Endeavor service in Market Street Baptist Church Sunday evening Morris Jack son, the newly elected president of the organization, will deliver a twenty minute discussion on "What is the Matter With Our Church?" i LITTLE ORI'RKUM PARTY Frederick A. Stone, of Morgantown, W. Va., a student at the Harrisburg Academy, entertained a party of friends at tiie Orpheum this after noon. They were Edwin Herman, William Meyers, Nathan Stroup, Ken neth Brown and Gilbert Bailey. LICENSED TO MARRY Special to The Telegraph I lagerstown, Md., Jan. 9.—Marriage licenses were issued here yesterday to George W. Graham, of Harrlaburg, and Miss Carrie E. Ely, of Penbrook Pa. Charles 11. r.anks. of Pine Grove, Pa., and Miss Nora M. Jury, of Liver pool, Pa. HOME AFTER TRIP Mrs Edwin J. Decevoo and her daughter. Miss Alice Marie Uecevee, of 607 North Second street, are homo after a pleasure trip to Bala. Pa., New York city and Summit, N. J. FIRST AID "Turned over a new leaf?" "Yep." "I hope you can keep it free from blots." —' "Well, If T don't. I'm getting plenty of blotters these days."