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fer§onal^sSocSl WEBSTER BOYS WIN SC 4 k mk YOUNG MUSICIANS GOING TO BALTIMORE Will Become Members of the Fa mous St. Paul's Church Choir of That City WILLIAM AND ROBERT WEBSTER William L. W. Webster, aged 14, and Robert J. S. Webster, aged 13, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Web ster. of 223 South Fourteenth street, have both been awarded musical scholarship# in the St. Paul's Episco pal school Baltimore, which they will enter the middle of September, to re main until their 16th year. In June they passed special examinations with honors, resulting 1 nthe free scholar ships. St. Paul's church choir is one of the famous musical organizations of the country, the boys coming from far and near, selected entirely for their musi cal ability. The Webster boys were horn of Scottish parentage in Sheffield, Eng land, coming to this city six years ago with their parents, who were well known vocalists of their native town. The children sang well from their earliest years. Alfred C. Kuschwa. organist and chorister of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, secured William four years ago, and Robert, fliree years ago, for his boy choir, and William was soon selected for solo work and given spe cial voice training. With an excep tionally sweet voice of wide range and marked expression, William Webster has been delighting St. Stephen's con gregation by his solos as well as other churches on special occasions and ex perts predict success for him in his vocal work. Robert Webster's voice is good but he has not had solo work yet. A younger brother, Frederick Webster, has a voice of much promise, and will join St. Stephen's choir this Fall. YOU CAN GET RID OF ITCHING There is immediate relief for skins Itching, burning and disfigured by eczema, ringworm or similar torment ing skin-trouble in a warm bath with Resinol Soap and a simple application of Resinol Ointment. The soothing, healing Resinol medication sinks right into the skin, stops itching instantly, and soon clears away all trace of erup tion. even in severe and stubborn coses where other treatments have had no effect. After that, the regular use. of Resinol Soap is usually enough to keep the skin clear and healthy. You need never hesitate to use Resi nol. It is a doctor's prescription that has been used by other physicians for years in the treatment of all sorts of skin affections. It contains absolutely nothing that could injure the tender est skin. Every druggist sells Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap. Samples free. Dept. 32-R, Resinol, Balti more, Md. —Advertisement. CJounva- On Sept. 7, I will reopen my dressmaking parlors in ray new quarters, where I will be equipped to render better service than ever before to my patrons. Thanking you for your patronage in the past and soliciting a continuance of the same. Respectfully, MRS. VANIA FORSTER 256 OunAcrCaK<£ o>t« ( ■> Harrisburg Conservatory of Music Fall Opening, Tuesday, Sept, 7th NINETEENTH SEASON Intruction in all branches of music. Qodowsky's Progressive Course which is revolutionizing piano teaching, used in this school. Special courses for beginners and children. Free lectures and concerts. Our diploma is recognized by the National Association of Musicians. Send or call for illustrated booklet. E. J. DECEVEE, 607 N. 2nd St. I j Mrs. M. Pfuhl Froehlichs' SCHOOL OF MUSIC 203 STATE STREET HARRISBURG, PA. A complete graded course of instruction in the study of Piano, Pipe Organ, Theory, Harmony and History of Music. Diplomas upon graduation. Term of 1915-1916 Begins September 6, 1915. For terms and further information apply in per son or by mail to the above address. ■ mmmmm —l i ——n.. ■ - ———————. j WEDNESDAY EVENING, Give Farewell Party For Gilbert Zieders Gilbert Zieders was tendered a fare well party at the home of Miss Violet Malick. of 625 Reily street. Mr. Zied ers left to-day for Pittsburgh where he will enter the ministry. Vocal and instrumental music was enjoyed, the program including a solo by Miss Alice Kennedy, accompanied by Miss Sara Bartch and a violin solo by Miss Pearl Terwilliprer. During the luncheon that was served a toast to Mr. Zieders was given by Robert Styles to which Mr. Zieders responded. Those present were Miss Sara Bartch. Miss Blanche Crothers. Miss Alice Kennedy, Miss Pearl Terwllllger Miss Ruth Felker, Miss Irene Malick, Miss Verna Malick, Miss Marion Buser, Miss Bortlia Ma lick. Mrs. Lackey and Mtss Violet L. Malick, Gilbert Zieders, John Bartch, William Daniels, Robert Styles. Er\ in Malick Leo Lackey, Wilson Malick, Hosner Stull, Charles McCoy and John Korl. Miss Esther Hitx. of 1317 North Front street. Is visiting her sister in Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Dunlap, of 1507 Xorth Second street, are visiting in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kreldler. of 708 Green street are spending some time visiting in Atlantic City. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickinson, of 228 North Second street, have return ed from Silver Lake. N. Y. Mrs. Samuel B. Rambo, of 1623 North Second street, has returned from Philadelphia. Miss Edith Merri man accompanied Mrs. Rambo to Harrtsburg and is a guest at the Rambo home. BARBERS PLAN OUTING Barbers of the city last night com pleted final arrangements for the fourth annual outing of the Harrls burg barbers, to be held at Boiling Springs, Labor Day. Numerous prizes will be given to the winners In the various competitive events. Local merchants have contributed a number of these prizes. The feature of the day will be a baseball game In the afternoon between the local barbers and a team of Carlisle barbers. The committee of arrangements includes H. M. Kinzer. chairman. Elmer Mor rett, Allen Klinefelter, Bob Boyer, W. W. Morris. Wilbur S. Richwine, John M. Atttck, Lloyd Grimes. Howard Mengel and Harry Shertz. MRS ELLENBERGER ENTERTAINS Mrs. Charles A. Ellenberger, of Riverside, entertained a number of friends yesterday afternoon in honor of her guest. Mrs. G. H. Hubbard, of Lock Haven. Instrumental music was furnished by Professor Ellenberger. Those present were Mrs. Hubbard. Mrs. Marcaret Ellenberger, Mrs. George Williams, of Bellefonte; Mrs. W. P. Cobean. Mrs. J. O. Winters, Mrs. W. W. Lutz, Mrs. V. Lome Hum mel, Mrs. C. R. Phillips. Mrs. Cora Ewing Harr. Mrs. Annie Stevens, Miss Marion Smith, of Lock Haven, and Alfred Ellenberger. HURSH—TRAFFORD Miss Eleanor Sellers Trafford, Wood street, and Arthur C. Hursh were mar ried this morning by the Rev. Amos M. Stamets in the Augsburg Lutheran Church. The couple left for Pitts burgh. They will reside with the bride's mother. Mrs. Charlotte Traf ford. when they return. The bride Is a graduate of the Central high school and the teacher training school and has been an instructor In the Hamil ton school building for several years. 2l»lQQp "I^ldor^aXK^taot'^K^aW^i^ Mack. i%y-ro 50c and *■ Cflt Seep s« i» rtnhroldvrr . "•" >»> > Thursday, To-morrow, the Great Bargain Day * «< [srC>.rr " 1000 PAIRS GLOVES "E* VY A Nowh«r e Can You N lUUU fJUttO ULUVLO, PURE SILK CII Find Best Corset 16-but ton (elbow length), double tipped fing- gllH . KSSoSSS"i"o«.. ,*C Bargains Like These ers, 2-claspat wrist, all sizes; (every pair guar- , s '▼ I anteed perfect.) Always sl. 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The principal address of the after noon will be made by Dr. Anna How ard Shaw, president of the National Woman Suffrage Association. Dr. Shaw an eloquent speaker for the cause and the rare opportunity offered people of this city and vicinity to hear her will bring large crowds it is be lieved. Other speakers will be Miss Mary E. Bakewell, of Pittsburgh, well-known because of her interest in suffrage, and Mrs. Mabel t'ronise Jones of this city, also active in the campaign being waged in the State. Miss Norcross was assisted in making arrangements by Miss Nellie Penrose of Carlisle, a cousin of Senator Penrose, and Dr. Ruth A. Deeter, of this city, who to gether with a score or more of young women decorated the large suffrage booth at the grove. The color scheme is yellow, the suffrage color; and large | posters and pennants attractively ar ranged prove big drawing cards. Hundreds of people congregate hourly around the booths, the women circulating much literature, and mak ing short addresses from the booth. Speakers this week are Miss Bake well, Dr. Deeter and Mrs. Jones. Many souvenirs and other trinkets are sold also by the women. Much of the success of the affair so far has resulted from the activity shown by a number of young women from this city and from Carlisle who have been at the Grove practically every day offering their aid In ad vancing the cause. The auditorium will be decorated in suffrage colors and pennants placed in the rooms. Invitations have been extended and a large number of wo men from tjiis city, members of the central Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage Association of which Mrs. Jones is president, are expected to attend. The entire time will be devoted to the suf fragists who are making every possible effort to have the people vote for the suffrage amendment. Miss Lillian St. Clair, who has been visiting Miss Esther Elizabeth Smith, of 211 Muench street, for the past week left for her home in Wllkes- Barre. Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank Witman, of 502 North Second street, Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Haehnlen, Bellevue Park, and Mrs. Frank Haehnlen, of Philadelphia, are guests of Dr. and Mrs. George B. Stewart, Auburn, New York. Miss Margaret Myers is a guest at the home of Jacob Earnest, Altoona. M iss Elsie Makin. of Altoona. who was visiting friends in Harrisburg and Eberly's Mills, has returned to her home K. D. Fogg Is visiting in Lewistown. Mrs. Ross Morton, of Harrisburg, .and sister, Miss Edith Vigor, of Co lumbus, Ohio, have returned from a visit to Lewistown. Mrs. R. C. Hoffman, of Lewistown, is visiting in Harrisburg. ENTERTAINS CLASS Miss Edyth Musser, of Front street, entertained the members of her Sun day school class of the Wornileysburg Church of God recently. Music and games were enjoyed, after which re freshments were served to the follow ing: Lillian Steward, Bertha Butts, Mildred Monemacker, Pauline Fink. E\elyn Musser. Lillian Sheaffer, Al faretta Buck, Alva and Edyth Musser, Mrs. Musser. John and Walter Musser, Aeletha Fries, Harrisburg. and Hester f'orninger. New York. To Have Wavy Hair Like Nature's Own Here's a brand new recipe, of unques tioned merit, that l advise you to make note of, unless you are one of the few possessors of naturally wavy hair. It's very simple, for all you need do is to ap ply a little liquid sllmerine at night— with a clean tooth brush—and In the morning you will find this has dried In the sweetest curls and waves imagin able. They will be just like Nature's I own. having no resemblance to the ef fect produced by a hot Iron, which Is so obviously artificial. The application Is really beneficial to the lialr and Rrlves It that lively lunter so much desired. As It is so easy to obtain a few ounces of the sllmerine from vour druggist—sufficient to keep the hair curly for many weeks—there's no reason now for putting up with eithir that straight, contrary hair or with the curling iron nuisance.—Marie Demarest in Pilgrim Magazine.—Adver tisement HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH Small Girl's Birthday Is Merrily Celebrated '\. » ■ " yP" * •al - ' ?r! -'v ■ j jj EILEEN MERCURIO Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Mercurio, assisted by Mrs. Casimiro Gaeta, en tertained thirty young guests in cele bration of the seventh birthday of Miss Eileen Mercurio. Games and contests preceded an elaborate supper, ■with a birthday cake and favors. The children wished their young friend many happy returns of the day, as they left for home. MACCABEES TAKE IN MEMBERS The Harrisburg Hive of the Woman's Benefit Association of the Maccabees admitted a number of new members last, night in Frantz's Hall in the presence of almost a hundred members. MISS FAHNESTOCK ENTERTAINS Miss Catherine Fahnestock, of Lucknow, entertained informally the following guests yesterday: Miss Helen Strayer, Miss Sara Nunemaker, Miss Caroline Hatton. Miss Catherine Orth, Miss Lillian Miller and Miss Naomi Bevard. Furniture Dealers to Go on Auto Trip Through York County Factories Twelve members of the Harrisburg Furniture Dealers' Association will leave early to-morrow morning in automobiles for a trip through York county, during which many furniture factories will be inspected. The trip will be concluded late in the evening with a banquet at York. The autoists will go and return by way of Columbia road. Stops for the inspection of factories will be made at Stewartstown, Dallastown, Red Lion, Shrewstown, Glen Loch and Mt. Wolf. Three factories in Tork will be visited. The party plans to return to this city early Friday morning. Those who will make the trip ai*e: Frank P. Downey, W. H. Brown. Jo seph and Lee Goldsmith. Roy Bea man, B. Handler, Jacob Miller. Sam uel Kades, J. S. Lowengard, Charles Sible, John Fornwald and A. S. Moul. New York Fruits Will Be Sold at Auction By Associated Press New York, Sept. I.—The fruit auc tions. by which the State Department of Food and Markets hopes to aid both producer and consumer, began | to-day at Red Hook, N. Y. Nearly 50,000 barrels of apples were offered j for sale. Another 50,000 barrels of I apples will be offered to-morrow at Gardner, N. Y., and the biggest peach crop the State of New York ever knew wili be offered at auction In this city within a week. If the auction Idea Is successful it will be extended to every type of fruit and produce extensively grown in the state. EXPOSITION DEBTS PAID By Associated Press San Francisco, Cal., Sept. I.—The executive committee of the Panama- I Pacific Exposition board of directors ; ainounced to-day the adoption of a resolution authorizing the controller to pay $110,159 to the Union Trust. I Company of this city in settlement of all indebtedness. The original debt to finance the exposition was $962,340.98. I A big "out of debt" celebration will be I held Friday. Will,l, ISSUE PAPER MONEY Petrograd. Aug. 31, via London, Sept. I.—The finance committee of the Duma presented a bill to-day ex tending the rights of the State Bank to issue paper money. The commit tee report discussed the entire prob lem of meeting war expenses, stating that the sums needed were so large i that all possible sources of revenue .must be used—taxation, • Internal credtt operations, an Issue of paper money and foreign loans. ENTERTAINED FRIENDS Miss Irene Etter, of 120 Nagle street, gave a delightful little party last evening for a number of her friends. During the evening music was furnished by Eddie Brookes and Miss Ruth Etter. Those present were Misses Martha Billets, Henrietta Walkemeyer, Jennie Spangler, Irene Etter and Ruth Etter; Eddie Brookes, Jacob Kcnard, Edward Wynn, Jess McClellan, Mr. and Mrs. George Etter and son. Miss Alice Minsker has returned to her home in Dauphin after a short visit at the home of Miss Miriam Blosser, of Rockville. Miss Rebecca Handler of 1219 North Second street and Miss Goldie Kntzman, of 630 Boas street, are visit ing in Philadelphia this week. Miss Clara M. Seliuddemage, North Front street, who has been spending the summer in Alaska, has left Nome for Seattle, where she will meet her aunt. Mrs. M. H. Brenslnger. after which they will tour California and the Grand Canyon of Arizona. B. F. Cummings, of 14 North Fourth street, who is in Baltimore spending his vacation sang a solo at the Patter son Park Baptist church and enter tained visitors at Betterton, Md., with musical selections recently. Mrs. U. G. Foreman, and son, Elliott and Miss Hazel Shirey, of Chicago, are guests at the Shirey home, 1517 State street. J. K. Wlster of New Cumberland, was admitted to the Polyclinic hos pital yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Pennell, of 1841 Whitehall street, have returned from a visit in Philadelphia, and Asbury Park. COLLINS-ATKINS The marriage of Miss Olive Marie Atkins and Harry Norris Collins took place last night at 8:30 o'clock, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carrlgan. 443 South Thirteenth street. The ceremony was performed by Dr. Clayton Albert Smucker, of the Stevens Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church and was witnessed by a few relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Collins left Harrisburg last night for Oxford, Pa., where they will make their home. ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE Cards have been received announc ing the marriage of Miss Leona Sieber, of New York, to Edward Sutton, Jr., of this city. The wedding took place August 25, In the Church of the Transfiguration, New York. Mr. Sut ton is employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad company, the young people will reside in this city. The bride is a sister of Mrs. Aimer Shirey, 1517 State street. STORK PAYS SEVEN VISITS The stork during the month of August slipped quietly Into the Poly clinic hospital seven times, bringing on his trips, three boys and four girls according to the census given to-day by the hospital authorities. The total number of visits since the hospital opened was twenty, twelve boys and eight girls. The latest visit was made August 29, Mr. and Mrs. William Hoefling, 349 South Thir teenth street .announcing the blrtli of a son William Vincent Hoefling Jr., at. the hospital on that date. BABY AND MOTHER GAINED STRENGTH Took Father John's Medicine When in Run Down Condition—A Safe Medicine For Children "My baby girl was built up In health by Father John's Medicine and I gained thirty pounds while taking the medicine," writes Mrs. Ida M. Butter, of Watervllle, Maine. 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