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What we do to have your gloves absolutely perfect One grirl, the first Kayser'inspector, is paid Y t cent should Bhe find a blemish.in our silk fabric when it is cut ready to seam. The second is paid 1 cent a pair should she find a flaw after the glove is seamed. The next inspector getsilX cents a pair if she detects an imperfection. The fourth and final the supervisor receives 2 cents a pair if she-discovers the slightest defect. This is the care we take to have your silk gloves absolutely perfect. This is why we can guarantee every one of the millions of Kayser Silk Gloves which American' Women wear each season. C -hMmm * C. lAMuseoflemsi MAJESTIC To-morrow, afternoon and evening Mclntyre' and Meath In "The Ham Tree." Thursday, afternoon and evening, April 29—Harrlsburg Choral Society and Russian Symphony Orchestra. Friday, afternoon and evening, April 80—"Twin Beds." COUONIAIJ Kvery afternoon and evening —VVaude ville and Pictures. MOVING PICTURES Palace, 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. Photoplay. 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. Regent, 12 noon to 11 p. m. Royal, 8 p. m. to 11 p. in. Victoria, 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. MeINTVRE *M> HEATH IN "THE HAM TREE" Mclntyre and Heath, acknowledged the two most legitimately humorous men on the stage in the delineation ••f Southern negro types, will He the at traction at the Ma.lnstic to-mon-row. af ternoon and evening, in an elaborate revival of their greatest comedy suc cess, "The Ham Tree," under the man agement of John Cort. "The Ham Tree" is by George V. Hobart and Jean Schwartz, and this season's presenta tion of the musical novelty has been fully revised and brought up-to-date. The production is staged by Ned Way burn. —Advertisement. ••TWIN BEDS" RETURN Jane Seymour, who plays Amanda Davis In Selwyn and Co.'s production of "Twin Beds," which is coming to GERMAN SOLDIERS EAT PEAS Because of their great food value No matter what our sentiments regarding the war—no one will dispute the know ledge of the Germans as to food values. , «Niana Garden Peas —Only 10c a can No other Canned Pea has a greater food value ■ 1 None are so delicious to the taste no mattei ■I * I VaV ■a V how much you pay. Serve them once accord- I W^l k I*l 'ng to directions and you will buy no other, H your dealer doesn't have them, write us and we will see that you are supplied. NIANA PURE FOOD CO. Waukesha, Wis. NOTE.—Niana Evrgrmmn Corn-10c m can. Niana Milk —rich, clean, pure, whole yPM®. ,0e ° con High School Programs -FOR— -19 15 We have, this Spring, an excep tionally attractive line of samples of Printed and Engraved High School Invitations and Programs. Class members and chairmen of commit tees are urged to get in touch with our Sales Department at once as the supply is limited and orders should be placed promptly to insure early delivery. The Telegraph Printing Co. Printing-Bindlng-Designing-Photo-Engraving HARRISBURG, PA. !.i j . L., 1 1, jiM' FRIDAY EVENING. HAKRISBURG TELEGRAPH 'APRIL' 23, 1915. the Majestic for a return engagement Friday, matinee and night, declares she has not a jealous hair in her head, and yet she plays the role of a suspicious spinster of uncertain age to the man ner born. When she discovers her fiance, Andrew I>arkin, holding the hand of pretty Mrs. Hawkins, on whose finger he has Just tried a wed ding ring, which is too small. Miss Sey mour's jealous rage is a fine bit of act ing and so realistic as to cause some of the male portion of the audience to shiver with apprehension.—Advertise ment. THE REGENT Two big stars, Howard Kstabrook and Barbara Tennant, will make their appearance at the Kegeni Theater to day in "M'L.iss," produced from the story of Bret Harte. The play is a Shubert feature and tells the story of a young girl, Melissa Smith, whose father committed suicide when his gold claim. Smith's Pocket, failed to produce properly. "M'L«iss" is cared for by rela tives on Red Mountain, Nevada, is sent to school, and falls in love with the schoolmaster. Gray. A strange man secretly Installs himself at Smith's Pocket and makes the mine yield gold. Other events follow in rapid succession and the play is finally brought to it happy ending. To-morrow's attraction will he a roui -rewi playlet, "t\ u. L>.,' in addition to the regular program.—Ad vertisement. "THE I.ITTI.K STRAW WIFK* AT THE I'HOTOI'I.AY TO-HAY Famous serial story, "The Little Straw Wife," which appeared recently In the ladles' World Magazine, has been adapted to Motion Pictures by the Essanay Company and produced in three acts. Miss Rdna Mayo, popular star, and Bryant Washburn have the leading roles. Our regular Friday railroad story with fearless Heien Holmes in the lead, is also shown 'o- day. "The Girl on the Trestle," a sin gle reel Kalem.—Advertisement. WQMen r^Pa.lnTeß^s t— " Their Married Life" Copyright by International News Service. Helen roundeu a corner of the windy deck to find Warren looking eagerly at the shore, which was rap idly coming nearer and nearer. "Isn't it great, dear?" she re marked, hurrying over to him. "Great to be getting back to work ? Not so very. I thought you were so crazy to get away from New York." "I was, dear, but I'm always glad to get back." "So am I," said Warren, contented ly, "but I didn't know you would look at it so reasonably. Sure you won't go right off somewhere on a visit?" "Not for ages," promised Helen, snuggling her cheek affectionately against his shoulder for a moment. Warren did not look displeased, al though as a general rule he disliked demonstrations of any kind, particu larly in public, and Helen looked up almost in surprise that he did not reprove her for her foolishness. ! "Where's Winifred?" he remarked a moment later. "I let her go down in the state room with the little tangly children. They seem to be playing very happily. The nurse is with them." "All nonsense having a nurse for children that age," Warren remarked. "Oh, but, Warren, they have plenty of money. Why not? It simply means that Mrs. Langly can have more free dom." "Do you want more freedom? Would you like a nurse for Wini fred?" he asked, turning to her abruptly. "No, dear, how silly! I meant that if they wanted to spend their money that way it was their own business. They might be spending it a great deal worse, too." Warren did not answer, and they gazed off toward shore again. "Everything packed?" he said after a few moments. "Everything," she responded, proudly, "and out on deck. 1 thought you knew that." Everything Heady to Go on Shore Again Helen was wearing the trim suit and hat that she had left New York in. and Warren took her in for a few moments. "It must be the deuce to live in a hot country always," he remarked. "You look a darned sight better than you did down there. I can tell you." "I thought I looked pretty nice any way," she said, teasingly. A year back Helen would have responded in the affirmative; now she had over come her natural timidity and was I beginning to assert herself occasion ally. She never knew what Warren really thought of these bursts of hers, but she shrewdly suspected that he hardly knew what to make of them. After a few minutes Helen went down to get Winifred ready and to put the last few little things in her handbag. It hardly seemed possible that they had been gone any lime at all, and as she went up on deck again she met Warren coming down. "We'll be in in a couple of min- Recent Deaths in Central Pennsylvania Special to The Telegraph IVquca.—Michael Pearl, aged RB, a retired merchant, died last evening from paralysis. He was a veteran of the Civil war. A widow and six chil dren survive. New Holland. —Mrs. Rachael Stret cher, aged 78 years old, died last even ing after a long illness. One brother and a sister survive. lilain. —Funeral services were held to-day for George A. Garber, conduct ed by the Rev. J. C. Reighard, Luth eran minister. Dillshurg.—The funeral of Mrs. Oliver Weaver, who died on Wednes day morning from paralysis was held this morning at 10 o'clock. Services were conducted by the Rev. E. M. Al ler in the Dlllsburg Methodist Church. Little Boy Bleeds to Death From Biting His Tongue Special to The Telegraph York Haven, Pa., April 23. Carl, the 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gray, of Pleasant Grove, near York Haven, bled to death as a result of biting his tongue, ten days ago. Phy sicians were unable to stop the flow of blood, death occurring Tuesday morn ing. When the child bit his tongue the wound bled for several days. The flow of blood then abated for a brief interval, but began last Thursday, when the child either bit himself again or the old wound resumed its flow. Several physicians were summoned and the child was taken on Saturday to the York hospital for treatment. The wound on his tongue was scarcely visible, being the size of a pin head. This Is the eleventh of a family of fif teen children that died in the Gray household. The New Baby is World's Wonder Every tiny Infant makes life's per spective wider and brighter. And what ever there is to enhance its arrival and to ease and comfort the expectant mother should be given attention. Among the real helpful things is an external ab dominal application known as "Mother's Friend." There is scarcely a community but wnat has Its enthusiastic admirer of this splendid embrocation. It Is so well thought of by women who know that most drug stores throughout the United States carry "Mother's Friend" as one of their staple and reliable remedies. It Is applied to the abdominal muscles to relieve the strain on ligaments and tendons. Those who have used It refer to the ease and comfort experienced during the period of expectancy: they particularly refer to the absence of nausea, often so prevalent as a result of the natural expansion. In a little book are described more fully the many reasons why "Mother's Friend" has been a friend Indeed to women with timely hints, sug gestions and h*lps for rendr reference. It should be In all homes. "Mother's Friend" may be liad of almost any druggist, but if you fail to find It write u<< direct and a so write for book to Ilradfl"ld C J., 403 Luujur tildg. AtiauU. Ua. utes," he said. "Ijon't bother to go up; I'll get the ba^s." Helen went out on the lower deck, but it was so crowded that she de cided to wait for Warren inside. Af terward it all seemed a dream to her, the docking of the big ship and the sea of faces on the wharf. "I wish someone were going t*> meet us," said Helen, a little wistfully, as they stood with the others waiting for the gangplank to be put down." "I don't" said Warren, crossly. "You women always want a lot of fuss made over you." "Oh, it's not that; it's just the thought that some one cares, dear," and Helen looked at him with a little smile that made his face change sud denly. "W r ell, here we are," he remarked | In a matter-of-fact way, and they walked down the gangplank with the j crowd, and a second later were stand- ! ing on the crowded wharf. Helen ! looked around a little bewilderedly. j She hated crowds, and held Wlni- ; fred's small gloved hand in her own ' tightly. Warren was bustling them j along, piloting them skilfully through 1 teh jam, and Helen a moment later | was seized by some one from behind ; and kissed tearfully. i Helen Muds Her Mother on Hand She turned, and then her amaze- j ment could find no words. "Mother," she gasped, "mother, I where did you come from?" Winifre"* was dancing up and down, ' singing happily that her grandma had come, and Warren was smiling even though people were looking at them curiously. Helen with her arms around her mother's neck was ob-1 livious to everyone and everything. She had never known of anything more wonderful than this thing that had happened to her so unexpectedly. I "Well, we might as well get out of the crowd," said Warren after a few moments, and at that Helen turned to him impulsively. "You did this, didn't you. Warren, you knew all the time that mother would be here to meet us." Warren nodded sheepishly. "I thought you'd like it, so I wrote her when we first got down there." "A»d I didn't know whether I could leave home just now, but your father insisted and here I am." i "I should say you are," said Helen. "I'll never get over it, never! War ren, you old dear," she stopped, her eyes shining. And Warren, with his eyes turned in another direction, said boyishly: "Well, come on, we can't stand here I all day," and with a sudden air of recklessness bundled them all into a taxi. I "How extravagant, dear," said Helen, happily slipping her hand into his as he sat down beside her. "I guess we can stand it for once. This occasion certainly ought to be 1 celebrated in some way." Another incident in this Interesting series will here soon. A PRACTICAL APRON A Useful Little Garment that Can Im Made With or Without Sleeves. By MA7~MANTON 8594 Girl's Apron, 8 to 14 years. Little girls are sure to need practical aprons, for there will be times when they will wish to indulge in occupations that mean soil and frocks must be protected. This one_ can be made absolutely plain and serviceable, with long sleeves and pockets, or more elaborate and dainty by being cut with square neck and made without sleeves and without v lhe pockets. For the former treatment, the ginghams and percales make the oest materials, but for the sleevelesa model, any dainty apron material such as crossbarred, plain or embroidered muslin is liked. There are only three pieces, plain front and plain backs, and the long sleeves are gathered at the shoulders and again at the wrists. For the cooking school or for any similar occasion, the apron shown on the figure is really perfect. The sleeveless apron with square neck is dainty and charming for school and other occasions. For the 12 year size will be required 4% yds. of material 27 in. wide, 3 yds. 36, with 9*6 yd. 27, for collar and trimming. The pattern No. 8594 is cut in sizes from Bto 14 years. It will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Department of this oaucr, on receipt of ten cents. Bowman's sell May Manton Patterns. WEDDING AT <COLUMBIA Special to The Telegraph Columbia. Pa., April 23. —Philip N. Lynch, of Klinesville, and Miss Chris tina J. Wendler, of Columbia, were married this morning in Holy Trinity Catholic Church, the ceremony being performed by the assistant rector, the [lev. V. T. Mrozvs They went to their newly-furnished lioinu ..t i;i,/.ubeth tow 11. <n4SKIN(rMARINE Got The World's Greatest Credit Clothiers if MARINE 6o> Highest Class Apparel llii? 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