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Another Big Day Is Scheduled For You To-morrow Drastic price reductions on seasonable merchandise of excellent quality—prices that represent a mere frac tion of the worth of the merchandise—that's what we offer you to-*norrow, just because we must have room for incoming Fall merchandise. The prices are for one day only—be sure to be on hand. Scallop edge Shelf Oilcloth; Sal- Ladles' Silk Boot Lisle Top Hose, urday, up to 12 01 / _ about two dozen different colors xo o'clock, yard A /2C from; 18c Boys' and girls' fast black ribbed Saturday Hose; 12He kind; Saturday, C. One lot Women's $1.50 and $2.00 up to 12 o'clock, pair One-piece Dressee; 69c Women's Lace Trimmed Gauze Saturday, each Union Suits, worth up lien's Athletic White Ribbed Un to 76c; Saturday dershirts; all sizes; 1 Oc One lot Women's Wash Dress Saturday, up to 12 iW Skirts, worth up to OQ _ Boys' $1 Knickerbocker School 75c; Saturday pants; up to 17 years; 4Qr Ladies' and Misses' new Middy Saturday, special Blouses; real $1.50 QO - Men's open mesh White Union value; all sizes «7 OI- Suits; 75c value; Ag Women's fast black 10c C - Saturday Cotton Hose; Saturday Women's extra sl«e Gauze C_ Men's gray mixed Half 1/ . Vest; Saturday, special Hose; Saturday " /2C Men's 75c Sport Shirts; 4Q/» Boys' New School Pants, OR/« Saturday, special value *x»7C up to 14 years AoC Women's full size lace trimmed Children's clean-up sale Trim- Bleached Muslin med Hats, formerly sold Ot. Gowns <£OC up to $1.89: reduced to ... Table Oilcloth, 47 Inches 1 rk_ 25c Lisle Hast Black Women's wide; Snturdav, vard *"C Hose; Saturday -1 01/, r Women's up to $6.98 fine trim bargains 1 " /med Hats; your pick of real Pan- Ladles' Silk Two-toned Fancy ama and real Leghorn Hats; all Color Hose, always 50c newest models; trim to 69c; now on sale OI7C mC( j ; each «PI«UU 412 Market Street OfESTS AT KING'S GAP Miss Mary Robinson an« Miss Su- 1 sanna Fleming of 111 West State street and their housr guests, Mrs. j Thomas B. Robinson and Miss Nancy Robinson of Rediands, Calir., have re- | turned to the city after spending sev- 1 eral days with Miss Mary Cameron at King's Gap, the Cameron country estate. A ITfc W7* JQi Medicine Store LLAKJV 0306o 306 Broad st '"'Harrisbiirg, Pa. TOILET ARTICLES AND DRUGS Considerable Money Saving For You in This Sale XO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS 1 50c Daggett & Ramsdell Cold | I> s^ t ,Cs ''. Fme . oe Powder, white and flesh, spe- Stajitlard Peroxide Cream. regu- <'lal, at 8c lar 25c 18c ■ . Ponipcian Croam, regit- I 30< ' Hair Brushes, at Sic I larly 50c. at 29c - White Castile Soap, large har. reau- Davol Whirlpool Spray Syringe, larly SI.OO, at <>9c regularly 82.50, at $l5O (10c cake Physicians' and Sur- I I Munyon's Witch Hazel Soap, geons' Soap "c I I oe a cake. I Regular 10c rake. Peroxide Hydrogen. 1-Ib. bottle, •». regularly 25c. at 15c Sargol, makes fat 34c. 67c Mum 17p Pear's Unscented Soap ,10c Odorono 18 t . Resinol Soap 180 Face Chamois. lOc. at 5c Phenol Sodique 25c 115 c 20- Mule Team Borax 9c SI.OO Fountain Syringes ... 49e One poinul package Guaranteed water Ught. Fellows' Hypopliosphites. regularly Droxvgen i.-„. og c $1.50. at 98c R. & G. Rice Powder .' ' 23c Eckninn's Alterative, regularly I.itliia Tab. sgr J9c 82.00. at 81.67 Denatured Alcohol, gal. & l)ot.. .60c Goodwill Chocolates, lb., . . 21c Maybellc Chocolate Cherries, withl Milk Chocolate Brazil Xuts. lb "9c creani, per lb 29c I Martinique Whipped Creams, ib" .Assorted Creamed Xuts, lb 29c 09,, Candy—Quintex Asst'd Chocolate, lb., 29^—Candy 15c Mennen's Talcum Powder. s ' r ° n Dills, 100, regularly 10c 18 «'- »t 15c Limit, S to a purchaser. Mineral Oil, finest American, for —constipation: regularly 50c, at. Sugar Milk, lb.. Merck's 22c 1 pt Danderinc. for hair . . 16c. 32e. 65e Baume Analgesique. regularly 50e, Crude Carbolic Acid, qt 25c at 88,. Milk Magnesia, pt . ,34c Tablets, regularly 50c. Nt 34c Witch Hazel, finest, pint 19c Seidlitz Powders, 1 dozen in box. , regularly 25c. at 18c I Pinaud Lilac Toilet Water... 18c I Oil Citronella, 4 oz.. regularly 30c, at SPECIALS FROM THE Cotton Absorbent, finest, regularly DRI'G DEPARTMENT «oc. at. lb. S6 c Ijanactlc Pills, retrularlv 35c. at 27r Asafoetida Pills 19e Cascara. 5 gr.. 100, regularly 35c, f, „ w „„. r , . ■ 27c I a son P- lifebuoy or Ivory, I Camphor, regularly 65c. at. lb., ,58c at. " for 25c | Bringing Up Father $ $ $ # # # McManus i ISBS'JF y s~;i i-pi 40 ii ho»,O i^rHi ASWEL.L SH?LL TSrn !> SHE'S CONE IN FOLLOWED ME *KHT BEE* HERE: HE H F*\END OF COOKIIi' c 5 S . - tj TO \OUR DOOR! WOULD HAVE HI ~' W orl» 5 s i , • , ) r — 1 , >"'■?! ,———J attemdedto IB r » ,ji f* V J " ■, Y / THE OLE FOOL: ' FRfIDAY EVENING, BJLBRISBUH . TEIJBORAPtt AUGUST 20, 1915. CAPRILLA-THORX WEDDING TAKES PLACE AT SEASHORE George D. Thorn, or Cottage Ridge, chief clerk to the Secretary of the Commonwealth, announces the mar riage of his daughter. Miss Cora May Thorn to Samuel F. Capirilla, of Ver non street, Thursday evening, August 19. at six o'clock at Atlantic City. They will make their home here where Mr. Capirilla is employed as a machinist by the Pennsylvania Railroad. fepsorial^^Soci^ PAST 84 MILESTONES IN LIFEU JOURNEY President Klein, of Historical So- ! ciety, Will Celebrate Birthday at Sunset Hall THEODORE B. KLEIN ! There is no resident of this city that I Harrisburgers delight more to honor | than President Theodore B. Klein of the Historical Society of Dauphin county, the oldest living native, who I will celebrate his 84th' birthday on I Sunday at Sunset Hall, Wernersville, I where he loves to stay many months of I the year. . Very few of Mr. Klein's old friends 'are left but there are many others | who will send him cards and write I him letters to be received on his natal | i day. His wonderful knowledge of old | I Harrisburg, its scenes and interests of | over three quarters of a century ago, have been embodied in papers of in estimable value, read before the His ) torical society and are carefully pre j served. "Dorie" Klein is young in 1 mind and takes a lively interest In I things of to-day. The Telegraph ex- I tends best wishes for a happy blrth j day and many more of them. j Miss Henrietta Stewart and Miss I Grace Glennan start to-morrow ror a j I vacation trip to points In Canada ana ! I New York. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hartman have i ! gone home to Pittsburgh, after a pleas ! ant stay among relatives in town. The Stieff Piano Conies Direct From Factory to You When you buy a piano, nine cases out of ten you pay j a big middleman's profit. This profit makes a medi- , um grade piano as high in price as a "quality" instru- I ment would be, if bought di ; rect from the manufacturer. When you buy a Stieff piano you buy direct from i the Stieff factory at Balti more. Get the point? You save the middleman's profit. "INVESTIGATE Chas. M. Stieff | 212 North Second Street IMANUEL SOCIETY HOLDS CORNROAST Delightful Evening Spent With Mi** Georgia Snyder, Near Lingleitown The Senior Christian Endeavor So-1 ctety of Immanuel Presbyterian: church held a cornroast Thursday evening', at the home of Miss Georgia j Snyder of New Orchard, near Llngles- , town. The evening was spent in roasting corn, story telling, singing and playing games. The party was chaper- j oned by Mr. and Mrs. Stalker. The following members and friends I of the society were present: The Misses j Caroline Lewis, Catherine Groover and j Pearl Heffeltlnger. of Milton; Isabella ] Sanderson; Laura Brenlsholtz; Agnes] Miller: Elsie Shultz, Helen Kirkwood. Mary Rehn, Anna Boyer. Alice Lewis, Marie Longenecker, Alice McLees, | Marlon Nlssley, Georgia Snyder: Mary j Hench and Agnes Sanders-on; William Daniels. E. Shortledge, Paul Strickler, John Boyson, William Boyson, Walter Slaymaker, Henry McLees, Jameson Lewis of Steubenville, O.: James Fltz patrlck, Mr. and Mrs. SnyCer and Mr. and Mrs. Stalker. MR. AND MRS. H. H. WHEATON MOTOR HOME TO WASHINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Harrison H. Wheaton of Washington, D. C., who spent the past ten days in this city, have gone to Philadelphia in their car for a day or two before returning home. Next week tbey will go to the seashore by automobile for a two weeks' stay. Mr. Wheaton. who is a collaborator with the United States Government in the Bureau of Education was doing special work here witn the Depart ment of Labor and Industry. PLAYS GOLF AT ALTOONA Mr. and Mrs. Karl E. Richards and Miss Betty Richards, of 1822 Park street, left to-day for Altoona for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Martin. 1318 Eleventh street, for tournament week. Mr. Richards will enter the golf tournament while there. ON AUTOMOBILE TRIP j Shirley B. Watts, local manager of the Bell Telephone Company, Mrs. S. IC. Watts. Lester A. Watts and Miss I loma A. Watts are touring Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia by auto | mobile. I Miss Esther Leib, of the Terraces, New Cumberland, and her sister, Mrs. Dwlght Ludington, are spending ten days in Baltimore. Mrs. Charles Strong Snyder and small son, Charles Butler Snyder, have returned home to Sheridan Road, Chicago, after spending five weeks with Mrs. Isaiah Snyder at 1008 North Second street. I Miss Margaretta Fleming, of State j street, has gone to St. Paul, Minn., to I visit Miss Margaret McLaren, j Mrs. Budd of Richmond, Va., is visiting Mrs. Lyman D. Gilbert at I Manor where she returned after a trip 'to Maine. Dr. and Mrs. Frank B. Kann and children, Herbert and Lucile Kann, of 315 North Second street, will leave to-day for a week's stay in Ocean Grove. Mrs. William Witnian is home after a six weeks' visit with relatives at Wilkes-Barre. Mrs. John P. Blosser of Rockville, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. A. Pfleiger at Willlamsport. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Morgen thaler and sons, are home after a two weeks' stay at Williams Grove. Mrs. Morgenthaler and Fred Junior spent two days of this week with Mrs. Jacob Freeman at Carlisle. Miss Treva Renfrew of Fayettevllle, has returned home after visiting some friends in this city. Ralph S. Hamsher of Chambersburg was a recent guest of Harrisburg friends. Miss Belle Kauffman of Chambers burg. Is spending the week among rela tives here. Mr. and Mrs. David Murray, of Pittsburgh, left for home last evening after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Landis, of 1630 Green street. Miss Maybelle Plank of Lancaster, is visiting Mrs. J. A. Plank at River side Cottage, West Fairvlew. Miss Helen Bratten of 2152 Green street, is spending ten days at Asbury Park and Ocean Grove. Miss Janet Sawyer and Miss Frances Morrison are going to Gloucester counts', Va.. for a little visit with Miss Alice Wallis. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan E. Hause and daughters, the Misses Marjorie and Frances Hause, of Bellevue Park, are guests at Crestmont Inn during a stay at Eaglesmere. Carl B. Ely who Is spending a vaca tion with his father, Theoaore N. Ely, at Murray Bay, will join his wife and children at the Hotchkiss Camp, Spit fire Lake, in the Adlrondacks, next week. "RAZAARI SSL Stocks "™™ mmmmmm g Worn „ 4 q DON'T FORGET | A 17C 4 f L Oa DOWT FORGET ._ , , Must Be THE NUMBER lU-J* d. *lll dl. THE NUMBER Late Into Cleared "We Adrertbe the Truth-—The Troth Advertise* U«" | the Fall By All Means Come to the Big Clean-Up Sale Never—No Never Have Prices Been So Low WOMEN'S WASH DRESS SKIRTS WOMEN'S WASH DRESS SKIRTS WOMEN'S WASH DRESS SKIRTS 48c 89c SI.BB Sold all season up to $1.25 Sold all season up to $2.00 Sold all season up to $8.50 Women's White Embroidered WOMEN'S SUMMER DRESSES WOMEN'S SUMMER DRESSES VOILE DRESSES _ $3.88 $1.49 $1.89 Sold all season up to $8.98 Sold all season up to $8.98 Sold all season up to $4.98 Women's WHITE WASH WAISTS WOMEN'S SII>K WAISTS CORSETS. 89c $1.49 95c Sold all season up to $1.50 Sold all season up to $2.49 Sold all season up to $3.00 Women's Long CREPE KIMONOS WOMEN'S CLOTH COATS Women's CLOTH DRESS SKIRTS 89c $4.69 $1.89 • Sold all season up to $1.50 Sold all season up to $10.98 Sold all season up to $2.98 Dr. Robert P. Williams Gets Army Appointment Dr. Robert Parvin Williams, son of Captain and Mrs. R. C. William's, of 1616 North Second street, has suc cessfully passed the examination and received the appointment of First Lieutenant in the United States Army Reserve Corps. Dr. Williams will leave earlv in October for Washington, D. C., to attend the Army Meaicat school. He is a graduate of the Central High school, class of 1909 and M:aini Medi cal College, 1913. He was one of 72 applicants for 11 vacancies. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keener and Miss Anna Keener, of Paxtang, Miss Ethel Zeigler and William Myers are home after an automobile trip to Car lisle. Miss Helen Ayle, of Riverside, Mr. and Mr. P. M. Branyan and Frank llutter, of Enola, are spending a week ai Atlantic City. Joseph Montgomery, 3d, of Chestnut street, has gone to jersey Shore to attend the Quiggle-Montgomery an nual reunion near there. Mrs. Edgar Hoffman and children, Helena and Ross Hoffman, of Hamilton street, are spending a month with her sisters. Mrs. Julius Scholl, at Engie wcod, N. J., and Mrs. Herman Martin, at Tenafly, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin I. Libgle, of 312 Boas street, are home after a pleasure trip by automobile to Dela ware Water Gap. Miss Ella Delbo, 607 North Front street, left to-day for a vacation visit with friends at Philadelphia and Col lingswood, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Heidlebaugh and son Grove, of 534 Maclay street, have returned home after spending several days at Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Miss Annie L. Morgan, of 819 North Second street, is spending part of the summer at Wernersville. Mrs. S. Wirt Mosser, of 2119 North Second street, is home from Chelsea, Atlantic City, where she took a month's outing. M. O. Davidson, of 125 Sayford street, who sustained a fracture of two ribs while at work on Monday, is get ting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Honry T. Thompson have gone home to Troy, N. Y., after spending a week with old friends in this vicinity. Miss Miriam Mansberger, of Golds boro, is the guest of Miss Mary McCreary, 619 North Second street. Miss Lucinda Bates and Miss Clara Bates have returned home to Toronto, Canada, after spending two weeks with Harrisburg friends on the way home from Washington and Baltimore. Miss Jennie M. Mumma is home after spending a fortnight at Wilkes- Barre. Miss Miriam Burrows, of 1526 Green street, is attending a house party at Carlisle. Mr. and Sirs. Charles Nelson Fry, of the Commercial Bank Apartments, announce the birth of a son, James Howard Fry. Wednesday, August 18, 1915. Mr. Fry is connected with the Bureau of Vital Statistics. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. MacDanald, of 40 Altoona avenue. Enola, announce the birth of a son, Blaine Sigler MecDanald. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kirk, of 1843 Reglna street, announce the birth of a daughter, Helen Louise Kirk, Tuesday, August 17, 1915. Mrs. Kirk was for merly Miss Mary Earnest, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Beeman, of 2148 Green street, announce the birth of a daughter, Janet Marian Beeman, Thurday, August 19, 1915. ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE Mr. and Mrs. James H. Walker an nounce the marriage of Miss Edith Ashby to Earl Hawkins, of Findlay, Ohio. The ceremony took place Thurs day, August 12, with the Rev. W. A. Ray, pastor of the Wesley Union A. M. E. Zlon Church, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins are residing at 70 4 North Seventh street. CAMP HILL DINNER GUESTS Mrs. Hattie Baugliman entertained at dinner at her home in Camp Hill Inst night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Julius C. Kaufman, of New Cumber land, and Mrs. Philip Rudolph, of this city. VISITOR FROM TYRONE Miss Rhoda A. Oster. of Tyrone, who has been spending several weeks In Atlantic City, stopped off in Harris burg for a few days on her return home as the house guest of Miss Anna S. Cubbison. 109 Hoerner street. HONOR MRS. DETRA Mrs. Katharine Detra of 2604 North Sixth street, has been elected Junior Chief of the Grand Lodge of Pennsyl vania, Pythian Sisters, in annual ses sion at Pittsburgh this wee*. MRS. BLAIR RECOVERING Mrs. C. C. Miller has returned homo to Carlisle after spending six weeks in this city taking care of Mrs. George M. Blair, who has been seriously 111. Mrs. Blair had sufficiently regained her health to be out each day for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Farmer have gone to Jersey City and New York for a two weeks' stay with relatives. Miss Minnie Foy, of Youngstown, Ohio, Is visiting friends here. AN EASY WAY TO HEAL YOUR SKIN-TROUBLE Resinol ointment, with resinol soap, stops itching instantly, quickly and easily heals the most distressing cases of eczema, heat-rash, ringworm or similar tormenting skin or scalp erup tions, and clears away pimples, black heads, redness, roughness, and dan druff, when other treatments have proven only a waste of time and money. Physicians have prescribed this res inol treatment for twenty years, while thousands who have been cured say, "What resinol did for us it will do for you." Every druggist sells resinol soap and resinol ointment. Samples free, Dept. 27-R, Resinol, Baltimore, Md.—Advertisement. T SS. IC OOOD LOOKS .A I There Is character in> ||X glasses. Properly- jLf glasses make people look /wr bright and Intellectual. I 1 Poorly-fitted glasses make-Y-LSI | good-looking men and*// V i women appear common- /*7 place. I A pair of Tories with the right kind of mounting are as at tractive In appearance as they are easy to the eye. Buy a pair of glasses that are both comfortable and attractive. With H. C. Claiter, 30J Market St. BRIDAL, COUPLE LEAVES FOR EASTERN HONEYMOON' Mrs. Hanna Peters, of 1210 Derry street, announces the marriage of her daughter. Miss Margaret Peters, to G. R. Bryson, of Wornileysburg, Tues day. August 17. The ceremony was performed by Justice T. J. Coble and a supper was served afterward at the bride's home. This morning Mr. and Mrs. Bryson started for their honeymoon trip to New York and Philadelphia. PASTOR WARDEN'S VACATION The Rev. John M. WArden, pastor of Bethany Presbyterian church is spending the month of August at Northfleld, Mass., and Troy, N. V. HUNDREDS BRACELETS! Started here this week. Has your's started? If not, why not start it to-day? You start It on a vel vet ribbon ready to we "' 4 We are introducing the j newest Friendship Link j the best and simplest on the market. These Links you put to gether yourself by a simple push together movement. It is the only Automatic Link Bracelet on the market. No higher in price than the old kind but better and prettier. Sterling Silver or Heavy Filled Gold 25 c each Including engraving. H. C. Claster Gems—Jewels —Silverware 302 MARKET STREET I I Chicken and Waffle Supper at White Sulphur Springs Hotel, Doubling Gap, Pa. will be given on August 26th. ■ Dancing will be a special feature of the evening. Music furnished by Smith's orchestra of Carlisle. Every one will receive satisfactory and prompt attention. Price for supper fifty cents.