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Mrs. Mahoney and her theatrical boarding house are a sure cure for "the blues" any time. READ THIS SCREAMINGLY FUNNY STORY IN PICTORIAL REVIEW 15c " FOR* MAY ■ /5 C Dives Pomeroy CSL. Stewart WEDNESDAY EVENING "Old Maids' Convention" at the Stevens Church The "Old Maids' Convention" to be held at the Stevens. Memorial Church Thursday evening, April 22, is one of the funniest entertainments ever given. Mrs. Charles W. Montgomery is the director and the proceeds will go toward the mission fund of the Queen Esther Society of the church. Participating in the program, in cluding vocal and instrumental music and readings, will be Mrs. Douglas Andrews, Mrs. Meek, the Misses Olive Sweigert, Katharine Hoopes, Elsie Ev ans, Besso Wilson. Jean Allen, Lillian Edwards, Winifred Wilson, Faith Mell, Gertrude Edwards. Alva Shoop, Mary McAllster. Anna Harris, Elsie Evans, Esther Wilson, Mabel Edwards, Rae Willis. Mabel Hoffsomnier, Lucille Smucker, Alice Swab, Mabel Wilson and Maude Miller. Karl Heefner will take the part of Professor Plnkerton, who appears on the scene with his patented electric transformer. Miss Margaret Tenney left for her Haverford home to-day after visiting Mrs. Henry Gross at Steelton. WORK AMONG INDIANS Miss Rebecca Buttorff told of her 'work among the Indians at a meeting jof the Queen Esther Society of St. Paul's Methodist Church, held with I Mrs. Roy Wheeler, 514 South Fif jteentli street. In attendance were Miss ! Sarah E. Mardorf. Miss Margaret ] Tilghman, Miss Helen Tilghman, Miss Catharine Pike. Miss Sara McCormiek, j Miss Martha Graham, Miss Dorothy Stoner, Miss Louise Hoyler, Miss Tain | yon Drinkwater, Miss Amy Maiiey, I Miss Gertrude Keil, Miss Blanche I Nissley, Miss Mary Hare, Miss Thelma I Klaiss, Miss Margaret Klaiss, Miss j Mabel Corpman. Mrs. Edward Drink- I water and Mrs. Harry Poulson. fersonal^^SoclSl WESTMINSTER CHOI DR 8.3. BEHNEY f CLOSING CONCERT OF WEDNESDAY CLUB Beautiful Program Tomorrow Evening Fittingly Closes Year of Fine Work The Wednesday Club is closing a most successful season of work with a concert to-morrow evening at Fah nestoclc Hall, participated in solely by members of the club. Members are privileged to bring one guest and the treasurer, Mrs. William L. Keller, will be in the foyer to receive outstanding dues. Friday morning the annual meeting will be held, and officers elect ed for the ensuing year. The concert program follows: Suite, opus 200, "tJavotte," "Musette," Kaff, Mrs. Rhodes. Miss Laverty; "Care Selve," Handel, Miss Ileicher; "Pastor ale," Scarlatti, Rhapsody in G minor, Brahms, Miss Bennethum; "Ritorna Vincitor," from "Aide," Verdi, Mrs. Cox; Finale of Etudes Symphonlque, Schuman, Miss Snavely; "The Moon Has Set," Bantock, No. 5 of the Sap pho fragments, Miss Seaman; "Dance Song." Welnzierl, Mrs. Brumbaugh, Mrs. Hertzler, Miss Middaugh; "Taran tclle," Liszt, Mrs. Henry. Four American Indian songs. Cad man —The Wednesday Club chorus, Miss Ruth Swope Conkling, leader; Miss Bennethum, accompanist; Miss Mary Worley, soloist. Miss Edith Whisler has gone to Baltimore for a ten days' stay among relatives. Updegrove Orchestra Gives Benefit Musicale The Reinhard Bible class and the Reinhard Athletic Club of the Pine Street Presbyterian Sunday school has arranged a benefit musicale to be given by the Updegrove Orchestra of twenty-five pieces at the Technical high school auditorium to-morrow evening at 8.15 o'clock. The soloists will be George E. Sutton, baritone; Earle D. Rhoads, tenor; Newell Al bright, pinnlst; Thornton N. Byer, vio lin. and David M. Hcfflefinger, cornet. The program includes: Overture, "Hungarian Lustspiel," Keler-Bela, Op. 108: cornet solo, selected, David M. Heffelfinger; suite, "From the South," (a) A Legend from La Provence, (b) Moorish Dance Song, (c) In the Tav ern, J. L. Nicode: piano solo, selected, Newell Albright: selection from the opera. "La Traviata," Verdi; tenor solo, selected, Earle D. Rhoads; de scriptive idyl, "The Forge in the For est," Midnight, Morning. By the Brook, Piayer, The Forge, Theo Michaells; violin solo, selected. Thornton N. Byer; two eld favorites, (a) Mazurka Russe, "La Czarine," Louis Gaune, (b) polka, "The Anvil." A. Parlou; barltono solo, "Thy Sentinel Am T." Watson, George Sutton; overture, "Queen of Autumn," Carl Bigge. FARMER'S WIFE TOO ILLTO WORK A Weak, Nervous Sufferer Restored to Health by Ly dia E. Pinkham's Veg / etable Compound. Kasota, Minn. "I am glad to say that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done Pi|ii§lj|ll * more me than anything else, and I had the best physi lg» cian here. 1 was go weak and nervous ill that I could not do -e» i|ij my work and suf- I \ fered with pains low down in my right iiuTVuVU' s '^ e * or a y ear or \\\\\\ \\\\\ more. I took Lydia 1 ' ' ''— '" E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, and now I feel like a different person. I believe there is nothing like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound for weak women and young girls, and I would be glad if I could influence anyone to try the medi cine, for I know it will do all and much more than it is claimed to do." Mrs. CLARA FRANKS, R. F. D. NO. 1, Maple crest Farm, Kasota, Minn. Women who suffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex should be convinced of the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to re store their health by the many genuine and truthful testimonials we are con stantly publishing in the newspapers. If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta i ble Compound will help you.write to Lydia E.PinkhamMedicineCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad vice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held ia strict coniidence. HARRISBURG SISS&I TELEGRAPH iH IISHH S. G. 30CKENSTOSS ALL MUSIC LOVERS INVITED 10 ATTEND Silver Offering Taken For Benefit of Westminster Church Organ Fund Music lovers of Harrisburgr will have a rare treat on Thursday evening of this week at the Westminster Presbyr terian Church, corner of Green and I Reily streets, when an augmented choir of fifty voices, under the diiec tion of Hobert C. Smith, and J. Stew art Black sings Mendelssohn's "Nincty lifty Psalm." The program will begin at 8.15 o'clock with the first number, Garrett s "Just Judge of Heaven," sung by the entire chorus. This will be followed by the "Jnilanimatus" from "Stabat Mater," Rossini, to be sung by Mrs. Phoebe E. Turner, whose voice has lost none of its rare quality dur ing the years that she. lias been absent from the city. The closing feature of the program is the "Ninety-fifth Psalm," Mendelssohn. The chorus has worked hard on these numbers and has reached a high stage of musical perfection, which will make the even ing one of delight to all those who love good music. Robert C. Smith is the chorister at the Westminster Church and ,T. Stew art Black is the organist. These young .men secur67l their musical training in Harrisburg and are talented to a n»rk ed degree. The soloists are Mrs. Phoebe E. Turner, Stanley G. Backen stoss and Or. Byron Stanley Behncy. The public is cordially invited to at tend this cantata. There will be no charge for admission, but a silver of- j fering will be received, to be devoted to the organ fund, and the work of the music committee, in whose charge the program is given. Patrons «>f Concert Following is the list of the patrons: The Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. William Gumpert, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. llesanger, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. R. Ray Romherger, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Glrvin, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. John IJuncan, Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter E. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hasson, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Htibler, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Neff, Dr. and Mrs. 11. B. Walter, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Linn, Mr. and Mrs. ,T. Earle Hoerner, Mr. and Mrs. William Wanbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Bates, Mr. and Mrs. George 11. Jefters, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shank, Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. Kunkle, Mr. and Mrs. George Rob inson. Mr. and Mrs. Redsecker Brin ser, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Davles, Mr. and Sirs. Joseph Y. Frantz, Mr. and Mrs. James Howard, Mr. and Mrs. George Harry, Mr. and Mrs. William Mowery, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bow man, Mrs. William Tunis, William B. Corbett, Mrs. Noah K. Linn, Frank E. Fornwalt, James Robinson, Miss Nel lie Reynolds. W. B. Maxwell, Mrs. R. J. Adams, Miss Mary V. Angney, J. A. Germer, Miss Carrie Black, Miss Grace Grove, Mrs. Charles Gardner, Miss Mary Lefever, Miss Helen Moyer, Mrs. A. A. Pancake, Miss Belle Walter, Miss Martha Tritle, Miss Mary Orth, Miss Florence Dyer, Mrs. Mary Orth, Mrs. W. F. Garman, Mrs. F. H. Dyer, Mrs. Sarah W. Coover, Mrs. Anna M. Boc kus, Miss Ella Bockus, Mrs. James W. Kellogg, Mrs. C. D. Bentley, R. L. Hunter, Mrs. Ella Keith, Miss Mary Skane, Miss Sarah Whitmoyer, Miss Christie Whitmoyer, William Steward, D. D. Hammelbaugh, Miss Kate Ham melbaugli, Mrs. Harrietta Hammel baugh, Harry C. Miller, Mrs. Robert C. Smith. DOILEY CT I B MEETS Mrs. Harry C. Jordan entertained members of the Tuesday Doiley Club yesterday at her home with the fol lowing guests in attendance: Mrs. Harvey E. Knupp, Mrs. Samuel Hep ford, Mrs. George W. Miller, Mrs. H. C. Shure. Mrs. William Steever. Mrs. Frank H. Gregory. Miss Ruth Stoner, Miss Anna Elizabeth Jordan. Miss Emma Knight and Mrs. Anna Steever. BOWKRS-XAI'GLE BRIDAL The marriage of Miss Sara Ethel Rowers and William Russell Naugle, was a quiet event of this morning, at the parsonage of the Bethlehem Lu theran Church, with the Rev. Dr. J. Bradley Markward, officiating After a brief wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Nau gle will go housekeeping at 2176 Brookwood street. Our French Room t'Ve- "Vaitt to ftuj. to n|otc "jo=etcuj: There never was a time when we were in a position to show so many beautiful New Trimmed Hats —in- cluding the very latest conceptions—at so moderate a Ou,a JxtKck nv : The best and newest and NO HAT OVER TEN DOLLARS —no matter what the cost is to us. Others ij are priced from $5.00 to SB.OO. It will be well worth your while to look them over. ASTRICH'S third i' loop. Market and Fourth Streets chiidiu's party IT US HOME Serve Birthday Cake Bearing Pink Candles After the Fun and Frolic Hb KUANK J KVAN'S, JK. flleven little girls and boys had the merriest time imaginable this after noon from 2 to ."> o'clock at a party Kiven by Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Ev ans, of B#7 Hamilton street, in cele bration of the sixth birthday di' their son, Frank J. Evans, Jr. Spring flowers formed the deco ratlpns and in the center of the table was a large birthday cake bearing pink candles. Games and contests were enjoyed by the Misses Louise Bassler Koons, Elizabeth Evans. Mar garet Trego and Janet Miller, Charles A. Huber, Allen Crist, George Kain erer, Jr.. Robert Weaver. George lion pier and Frank Evans, Jr., all of this city, and Richard Maxwell Staley, of Camp Hill. Mrs. Arthur Davis is home after a little trip to Lebanon. SOCIALISTS IX GERMANY AND AUSTRIA MAKE DEMANDS By Associated Press Berlin, via London, April 21.—The Vorwaerts announces that a a con ference of German and Austrian So cialists held in Vienna it was agreed that the following guarantees must be secured after the war, Internal arbitration courts must be developed into obligatory tribunals for settling all differences between na tions. All treaties and agreements of States must be subjected to the Demo cratic parliamentary control of rep resentative assemblies. International treaties for limitation of armaments must be agreed upon with a view to disarmament. The rights of every nation to deter mine its own destiny must be recog- ( nized. The fact that Socialists of belliger ent states are defending their country in war must not be made a barried to maintaining the international rela- i tionships of all Socialist parties or to activity in their international ar rangements. BRITISH LOST IX JANUARY By Associated Press Berlin, April 21, via London. 12.15 P. M.—Official news from German East Africa of the defeat of British forces on January 18 and 19 in a two-days' battle at a point near Jas sini has just reached Berlin. The British forces lost some 200 men in killed. $200,000 FIRE IX DECATUR Decatur, 111., April 21. —Two hotels and two ther buildings were destroy ed by fire here early to-day causing a loss estimated at $200,000. Haw Fat Folks j May Become Slimi A SIMPLE. SAFE AND HUM MILE WAY THAT CALLS FOR NO I)IIA STIC DIET, «H TIRE SOME EXERCISES To be excessively fat is very morti- i fying. People who are too stout are ' jnighty sensitive on this subject. Style , and fat folks are strangers. Therefore people who are carrying around a bur- i den of unhealthy and unsightly fat will ! be glad to know that they can reduce I their weight without starvation diet or t'rosome exercises. If ou have been getting too stout of lato and want to reduce your wefght in a simple, safe and reliable way, ; spend as much time as you can In the . open air, practice deep breathing and ! gft from any good druggist a box of oil of koreln capsules; take one aft r each meal and one before retiring at I night. Wel"h yourself once a week so as to know just how fast you are losing weight, and don't leave off the treat ment or even skip a single dose until you are down to normal. Oil of korein Is absolutely harmless, 1 is pleasant to take, helps digestion,, coats littla and Is designed to reduce ' fatty accumulations In the system; wherever located. Kvcn a few days treatment should, show a noticeable reduction in weight,! the tlesh «hould become firm, the skin smooth and the general health improv ed. In fact your footsteps should even i become lighter, your work seem easier ! and a lighter and more buoyant feeling take possession of your whole being. Every person who Is ton or .fifteen pounds over normal weight should give this treatment a trial. You will prob- ] ably And it is Just what you need. Advertisement. | APRIL 21, 1915. Clever Juvenile Dances at Winterdale Tonight The euchre and live hundred party to be held in Winterdale Hull this evening for the benefit of St. Francis' Church is under the direction of Branch 168, Knights of St. George. Several hundred tables were placed this morning and from indications every one will be in use. Playing will begin promptly at 8.15 o'clock and will continue until 10.15, when an or chestra will start playing for the dance, which will continue until mid night. Just prior to the dance the Santamaria sisters, Gladys and Edna, will present a juvenile dancing and musical act. The little girls, 9 and 13 years old, will do a buck and wing dance, some fancy steps, and will also play a violin and piano duet. A full string orchestra has been en gaged for the occasion and the event is predicted to be a decided success. DANCE AT COLUMBIA Miss Jane Gamber, .Miss Fannie Hoy, Miss Martina Mullen, Miss Edna Bald win, Miss Eliza Bretz and Miss Caro lina Hohn have returned from Colum bia, v/here they attended a large given by the Lancaster County Shrine Club. The Misses Hanlen, of Locust street, have gone to Reading for a short stay. Miss Estelle Leonard, of North Sec ond street, was called to Sunbury by the serious illness of her mother. R. F. Krohn, of Sunbury, was a week-end guest of friends in tills city. Air. and Mrs. .T. Frederick Brown, of Carlisle, are visiting in town for a day or two. ! 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MAJESTIC THEATER 1 "ZggtfSSST * Saturday, April 42 Mail Orders Now Seats To-morrow <LM«INTYI» & HEATH BOOK WMIAH Jt&Ortf PHAK m jf An SCM4/AHTJ Matinee 25c to $1.50,408 Seats 1 rICcS) at SI.OO. Evening 25c to $2.00 MB. AN]) MHK. CHARLES KHEIM.EY ENTERTAIN AT CAIiDS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepley, of 2;» South Third street, entertained a card cluli last evening at their homo, l'cn nants and Spring: flowers added 1o the attractiveness of the rooms and after Knmes of live hundred, music and Karnes, refreshments' were served. In uttendance were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Knepp, Mr. and Mrs. Sliepley, Miss Kathryn Oritchley, Miss Virginia Han na, Harold Morgan, Mack McLaughlin and Harry Leese. Mrs. Francis Jordan Hall and son, Spencer Gilbert Hall, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William I>atta Nevln in Philadelphia . / \ ij^\ NEW MODELS i Just received five new lines of ! Men's Walk-Over Oxfords, all mod erately priced, SI.OO. We can show you a larger assort - j ment, more style and better quality I at $ (.00 than any store in the city, : and we don't ask you to take our I word for it, come in see the shoes j and judge for yourself. WALK-OVER | BOOT SHOP 226 Market Street HARRISBTJRG, PA. | * 4 [ AMUSEMENTS [COLONIAL Monday—Tucmlßy Mat Wcdne«lny mdt ' Demaree's F Educated Baboons DC Catherine Chaloner anc j and Co. Prem-ntloK "lintc-H 1 I'rvsH ARcnt" I if I A 1 and Fanny S Stedman Eve ' Tburxilay—Friday— 1 OC Saturday i 15 People— dnu The Bachelor Dinner 1 T HiKicmt art ever aliown IjP nt Colonial *- PHOTOPLAY TO-DAY '•The Ideal Man of the Writ" Romaine Fielding In a Special I.uliln I'rodnvtlon Mr. Car'son of Arizona llfnr*t-sellfg Weekly, Her Gellmemnne, Vltftgrnph ilrfimn.