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[TODIES' BAZAAR]
iDOffT FORGET 1A 1?C IfL Cfr DON'T FORGET
. THE NUMBER IV-1L O. <HH OU THE NUMBER
"We Adhrertue the Trrih—The Truth Advertises Us"
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Extraordinary Bargains
For Friday Only
Store Open All Day Friday
Ladies' Wash CC/* Ladies' Long "1 Qr»
Waists, at Kimonos, at A-71/
Of Organdie, Voile. Mar- Of Crepe and Lawn—values
Sulsette and Striped Voile— to $1.98 —slightly mussed —only
hree-quarter length sleeves— 14 to sell —just one to a cus
regularly sold at SI.OO. tomer.
R. &G. and Thompson's Silk Messaline tf»| 1 Q
Glove-fitting *7Qp Petticoats, at..«P
Corsets, at I 371/
With deep accordion pleated
Low and medium bust—sold ruffle—ln black only. Regu
regularly at SI.OO and $1.50. larly $2.00.
Erery Section of the Store Offers Exceptional Values
in Bright, New, Stylish Fall Merchandise.
NOTE—ALL ALTERATIONS MADE FREE
SPECIAL COURSE IX MUSIC
Mies Jennie Fry. for the past two
years a pupil at the Central high
school. left to-day for the Millersville
State Xormal School, where she will
take the special course in vocal and
Instrumental music.
| I Wherever ••
THE DRESSIXG ROOM:—The Hard to Fit—l want to thank '
, , T°u for the most satisfactory corset I have ever worn. '
i! FALL MEANS MUCH ;
J J in the Wolfe Shop. There are new models to view; models for every '
, i type- of figure and are new fabrics for every model. Wear a Corset and '
, , Brassiere, individually fitted and learn what real corset comfort is. Our !
' • Corsetieres guarantee Styl#, Pit and Comfort. Ready to wear or made .
< • to order, SI.OO upward. Triple wire or whalebone stays, guaranteed •
'', one year. ■
i: Wolfe Corset and Lingerie Shop i
:: 404 N SECOND ST. ::
! ! ELIZABETH WOLFF, jflegistered Xurse and Corsetiere ]'
Corsets, Brassieres, Hosiery, Silk, Muslin and ;;
IS Knit Underwear ;;
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MISS LELA BERGDOLL
1315 Swatara Street
Teacher of Violin and Piano
announces the opening of her Fall term
Student of Peabody Institute, Baltimore, Md.
ANNOUNCEMENT
LAURA R. APPELL, Pianoforte Teacher
RESUMES TEACHING SEPTEMBER 20
Graduate New England Conservatory, Boston Mass.
Honor graduate Faelten Pianoforte School, Boston, Mass. I
Afterwards studied six years with Mme. Szumowska.
Miss Appeli specialized in teaching during her whole course
of studies.
Studio: 104 Boas Street
FRANK A. McCARRELL
Organist and Choirmaster Pine Street Presbvterian Church,
Conductor Harrisburg C. E. Choral Union.
INSTRUCTOR OF PIANO, ORGAX AND HARMONY
POSITIONS SECURED FOR PUPILS.
There are at present twenty-three of Mr. McCarrell's pupils
occupying church organ positions in Harrisburg and vicinity.
STUDIO, 230 Woodbine Street
CHARLES MACKEY
CONCERT PIANIST
STUDIO 215 NORTH ST.
. Over 8 years In Germany with HTTCHESOX, LHEVTXXE and
FIEDLER, student at the ROYAL ACADEMY OF MTTSIC in BERLIX
Will Accept a Limited Number of
Pnplls of all Grades In Pianoforte Playing and Harmony.
THURSDAY EVENTNG,
MOTOR TO LOXG ISLAND
Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Wallower and
Miss Dorothy Wallower, of Front and
Maclav streets, with Mrs. Horace M.
Witman, of Second and Maclay streets,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vn
derhill, at Jericho. Long Island, while
on an automobile trip.
ferSonal^DSoclSl
CELEBRATE THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING TODAY
MR- £ MRS>W"^MURIUY
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Murray, of
1531 Vernon street, who are In
formally celebrating their golden wed
ding to-day from 2 o'clock to 9 p. m.,
have made their home here nearly
fifty years.
Mr. Murray has always been Inter
ested in the progress of the city and
Is a former member of Common
Council from the Ninth Ward. He ts
also a Civil War veteran having
served with the U. S. Signal Corps.
INTERESTING EVENTS
OF THE GOLF COURSE
Match Between Country Gub and
Reservoir Park Players on
September 25
The date for the golf match be
tween the Country Club of Harrisburg
and Reservoir Park teams in the series
for the Boyd trophy has been changed
from September 18 to 25. This is the
third match in the series, the first
having been played last Fall and the
second In the Spring. Each team has
won one match.
On Saturday there will be a "grave
yard" tournament at the Country Club
links, open to all members of the
club. The handicapping will be in
charge of T. J. Dinan, the club pro
fessional. The following Saturday the
Country Club players will visit the
Colonial course ns guests of the
Colonial Country Club players.
The Reservoir match will be the
last event for September, but there
will be some golf event every Saturday
from October 2 to November 15.
Sirs. Walter H. Gaither won the
silver loving cup in the ladies' tourna
ment presented b> William C. Fownes
of Pittsburgh Mrs. Gaither who is
chairman of the Women's Golf Com
mittee made a score of 95, starting
from scratch, an unusual and skillful
play. Miss Anna Gay Bradley won
second place and Miss Suzanna Flem
ing third.
"00-y! MyCorn-n!"
H-m, Use 'Gets-It 1
Then You'll Have No Corns to
Bump! Your Corns Will
Come "Clean Off," Quick!
Did you ever see a corn peel off after
you've used "Gets-It" on it? Well, It's
a moving-picture for vour life! And
you hardly do a thing to it.
Put a little "Gets-It" on. It dries at
once. There's nothing to stick. Put
shoes and stockings on right over it.
No pain, no fuss, 4x hours—corns gone.
"Gets-It" never hurts the true flesh,
never makes toes sore. If you have
tried almost everything else for corns,
you will be much more surprised
to see how quickly and easily your
corns and callouses will come right off
with "Gets-It." Quit limping and
wrinkling up your face with corn
wrinkles. Try "Gets-It" on
that corn, callous, wart or bunion, and
you'll be glad you read this.
"Gets-It" Is sold by all druggists,
Isc a bottle, or sent direct by E.
Liwrence & Co., Chicago.—Advertise
ment.
David Sharkis
VIOLINIST
Private Lessons Phone 1797
Teacher of the Violin
50c PER LESSOX AT STUDIO
A complete Violin outflt given
free to every scholar with SO les
sons.
Music Studio, 1324 N. 2nd
Bell Phone 3275-M.
*
Mrs. Laura Reede
Announces her return after a sea
tdn at New York and Atlantic City.
All the new Metropolitan Ideas In
Hair Dressing, Manicuring and
Facial Massage. A full line of
French Toilet Specialties at reason
able prices.
La France Beauty Shop
Slfl CHESTNUT STREET
Dell Phone 3SSB-J.
i
SXRJUBBURG TEMJORSEH
of the department of the Susquehanna
all during the war.
Miss Anna Logue, a Coumberland
Valley girl nnd William E. Murray
were married, September 9, 1865 at
Shady Grove. Franklin county, by the
Rev. Mr. Bridenbaugh. Six of their
children are living, among them Alder
man Charles Emmitt Murray -of the
Third ward. Fifteen grandchildren
and two greatgrandchildren were
among the guests of this afternoon.
SUMMERDHLE LADIES
ORGANIZE SOCIETY
Aid to the Methodist Church Is
Formed With Great
Enthusiasm
Ladies of Summerdale met at the
home of Mrs. William I* Brubaker,
in Valley street, to organize a Indies'
Aid Society for the Methodist Church
with a charter membership of thirty
five.
Mrs. Troup, president of the Knola
Ladies - Aid Society; Mrs. Sleep, wife
of the pastor of the Enola Methodist
Church; Mrs. Mellincer and Mrs.
Sweeney, members of the Aid Society,
assisted in forming the new organ
ization.
The Summerdale Methodist Church,
under the leadership of the new pas
tor. the Rev. Mr. Hoffman, has been
doing excellent work along various
lines and the Sunday school is grow
ing rapidly.
A constitution was adopted, plans
for the winter were made and the fol
lowing officers elected:
President. Mrs. William Brubaker;
vice-president, Mrs. Ida Bowers; sec
retary, Mrs. Conrad Pipp; assistant
secretary, Mrs. William Bryan; treas
urer, Mrs. Ira Mellinger; collectors,
Miss Bessie Lightner and Miss Beam;
sick committee. Mrs. Wlngert, Mrs
James Baltaser. Mrs. William Bryan;
flower committee. Mrs. Bowers, Mrs.
Rudy and Mrs. Martin; pianist. Miss
Edna Lightner; assistant pianist, Mrs
William Brubaker.
Miss Irene Bonsai!, stenographer
and bookkeeper for A. J. Simms has
resumed her duties, after a two weeks'
vacation.
Miss Caroline B. Haifleigh of Penn
street has returned from Littlejohn's
Island, Me., where she spent a sum
mer vacation.
Mrs. W. S. Howell has returned to
her home at Knoxville, Tenn., after
spending six weeks with her parents,-
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Lebo.
Mr. and Mrs. John English have
returned to Philadelphia, after a
visit with Mrs. James Clarke. of
1732 Green street.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Richardson
have gone home to Cleveland, Ohio,
after a little visit with their aunt,
Mrs. Henry T. James in this city.
Miss Nita Rainier of Chicago," is a
guest of her cousin. Miss Harriet Wat
son of Green street for the remainder
the month.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones and son
Norman, of 1334 Derrv street, are
registered at The Seaside, Atlantic
City.
Miss Luella Lehman, of 918 Green
street, entertained a house party at
Stoverdale in honor of Miss Louisa
Lehman, of Williamsport.
Nathan R. Windsor and his son,
Charles Carroll Windsor left for their
Pittsburgh home to-day after a short
visit with their relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Rodgers in this city.
Mrs. Clark E. Diehl, of 225 Briggs
street, is visiting in Philadelphia and
Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. William Slentz and
daughter. Miss, Rachel Polleck Slentz.
of 1528 Derry street, are spending two
weeks with relatives at York and
Gettysburg.
Miss Mildred Thomas of 1261 Wal
nut street has gone to Midland Park,
N. J., to teach in the public schools.
Col. and Mrs. Hobart K. Bailey, of
Bridgeton, N. J., are visiting their
daughter, Mrs. Leslie McCreath. at
Riverside apartments at their Heck
ton bungalow.
Mrs. Robert Howard Cochran, of
122 State street, is spending a week
in New York city.
Miss Esther Parthemor* of 1923
Derry street, is home from Baltimore
and Washington, where she has been
visiting.
Mrs. John Price Jackson came home
this afternoon from State College with
an automobile party.
Mrs, Elmer Drawbaugh, of 1434
Derry street, spent the past fortnight
In Altoona and at the home of her
son, Welker A. Drawbaugh, at Johns
town.
Charles Harrison Bair has returned
home to Washington, D. C., after a
short visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Parthemore. of Derry street.
Miss Margaret Tilghman, 104 Tus
carora street, has returned home after
a month's visit to Littlejohn's Island,
Maine.
Mr. and Mr#. John William Barry
announce the birth of a. daughter,
Monday, September 6. 1115. Mrs.
Barry was formerly Miss Alma B.
Kulp, of 1826 North Sixth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Boyer. of 15
South Eighteenth street, announce the
birth of a daughter, Dorothy Jane
Boyer, Sunday. September 5, 1915.
Mr. and Mr*. Fred Bollendorf, of
1728 Elm street, announce the birth
of a son. Saturday, September 4, 1915.
Mrs. Bollendorf was Miss Helen
Greene prior to her marriage • 1
WITMER, BAIR & WITMER WITMER, BAIR & WITMER ||
Final Clearance of All Summer Garments, Only a Few Remaining.
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY MORNING LAST HALF HOLIDAY
. "N f t CI
20 beautiful colored summer dresses; 50 lingerie waists, short sleeves, lace and
values $15.00 to SIB.OO. Special ... 93.00 embroidery trimmed; values SI.OO to $1.95. !|
f —— Special 500 and $ 1.49 j!
! 25 wash and cretonne skirts; values SI.OO ' |!
to $6.50. Special 25£ and 750 ' ~~ : " ~ ! ! 7 fc
150 medium and light weight Fall top values $1.95. Special I
! coats; tweeds, serges, checks etc., r n
; $5.00. $7.50, SIO.OO, $12.50 to $17.50 40 medium and light weight cloth suits; jj
7 J values $18.50 to $36.50. Your choice, $lO ;!
( ' \ y |l
3 natural pongee coats; values $17.50 to f \ ]'
| $22.50. Special $5.00 I 5 linen auto coats. Special 500 I ! >
; v J I : J !>
Each and every day of the week brings many express packages jammed full of New York's |!
; latest ideas in smart suits, coats and dresses.
| WITMER, BAIR & WITMER WALNUT 2 STREET I
The Sassaman-Shuster
Wedding at Parsonage
Miss Mary Ella -Bhuster, daughter of |
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Shuster. of 311
Muench street, and David Ralph Sassa
man, of 316 Cumberland street, were
united in marriage last evening at
9 o'clock at the parsonage of the
Kldge Avenue Methodist Episcopal
Church. 1000 North Sixth street, by
the pastor, the Rev. William W. Hart
inan, who vised the ring ceremony.
The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. j
R. M. Cook, of Kelker street. The j
bride wore a dainty lingerie frock and j
a corsage bouquet of sweet peas and I
fern.
A wedding trip to Buffalo, Niagara i
Falls. Cleveland and the Great Lakes I
will be followed by a residence at
1945 North Fourth street. The bride
is a former telephone operator and
Mr. Sassainan is a machinist for the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
AT BOSTON CONSERVATORY
Miss Mary Stewart Blair, daughter
of Mrs. Andrew Blair, of Chambers- I
liurg, who has been head of the music I
department of Brevard University,
North Carolina, for the past two years,
left Harrlsburg, where she has been |
visiting, yesterday for Boston to take i
a special course at the New England j
Conservatory of Music. Miss Blair, j
who is an accomplished musician, is a j
graduate of the music department o£
Wilson College.
HOSTESS IX THE COUNTRY
The following members of the
Wednesday Afternoon Sewing Club
were pleasantly entertained yesterday
by Mrs. Edwin Cook at her summer
home in Perdix: Mrs. George Fofrs
ter, Mrs. Frederick H. Marsh. Mrs.
Hellett Lawson. Mrs. Thomas A. Thor
ley. Miss Lois York. Mrs. Emma Trace,
Mrs. John G. Young, Mrs. Henry
Uhler, Mrs. Darwin C. Dean, Miss
Eliza McCormick, Miss Maria York,
Mrs. C. Day Rudy, Mrs. Royal R.
Pleam and Mrs. Chris Willis.
LEAVE FOR NEW YORK
Mrs. Thomas H. Robinson and Miss
Nancy Robinson, of Redlands, Cal.,
who have been guests of Miss Mary
E. Robinson and the Misses Fleming
at 111 West State street, have gone to
New York for a visit before going
home.
RETURN FROM PITTSBURGH
Mrs. Orlando Bonsall and daughter.
Miss Nellie Bonsall, of Verbeke street,
have returned home after accompany
ing little Marjorie Louise Bonsall to
her home in Pittsburgh. The little
girl is the only child of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry C. Bonsall, former residents of
this city.
VISITORS AT THE GATES HOME
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gates, 1839
Market street, had as their guests over
Sunday their son, Frank S. Gates, and
his wife, of Jamesburg, N. J., and
Mrs. Harry Land, of Bradentown, Fla.
Mrs. James Newell Moore of Pine
street is visiting relatives at Butler,
her former home, for the month.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gordon have
gone home to Philadelphia after a
ten days' stay among old friends In
this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Rambo
have gone to Plumb Point, Md., to
remain for a week.
Miss Myrtella Phelps left this morn
ing for Chicago to remain until
Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Stewart of 1241
Market street, are home after a two
weeks' stay at Atlantic City.
Mrs. Ralph Westbrook and son,
John George Westbrook, of 1919 Mar
ket street have opened their house
after summering with relatives at
Jonestown.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Anderson Hlekok J
returned to the city last evening after j
an outing with Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. |
Ely, at the Hotchkiss camp, Spitfire
Lake, in the Adlrondacks.
Mr. and Mrs. William Halfpenny
and Miss Amy Halfpenny of 36 North
Nineteenth street, are enjoying a week
at Atlantic City.
Miss Miriam Shuman. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Shuman, near
Summerdale, a graduate of the Central
high school, class of 1915, is now a
student at the Millersville State Nor- j
mal School.
Miss Helen Russell of State street'
gave an informal luncheon to-day In :
compliment to her house guest. Miss
Rosalie Russell of Rochester, N. Y. \
Mrs. A. J. Dull and Miss Myrvlnne
Leason, Front and Chestnut streets, ;
have returned from Eaglesmere.
Miss M. May Benner, of 1404 Derry
street, is visiting relatives In Virginia.
Mrs. William H. Bentzel and the,
Misses Flora and Edith Bentzel will
remove from 925 North Second street!
to the Lyter apartment at 1006 North
Second street, early In October.
Miss Esther Behney and Miss
Carrie Epstein, of Reading. are;
guests of Miss Esther Hoopes, of 1631 ,
Regina street.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Beckley, of 406
South Thirteenth street and Mr. and i
Mrs. John C. Gitt, of 1303 Market 1
street, are home after spending two,
months In the Blue Ridge mountains.
Patriarchs No. 5, Grand United Or- !
der of Odd Fellows, will run an excur
sion to Carlisle, Sept. 15, to attend the I
convention of the District Grand !
I.odge. Special train at 9.30 a. m. j
Tickets 85c, good for two days.—Adv. j
THE
Office Training School
Kaufman Bid*.. 4 g. Market l«.
NOW IN SESSION
DaT School and Night School
Call or send for 32-page booklet-
Bell phone 694-R.
I.i i ■
SEPTEMBER 9,1915. .
RETURN FROM PERDIX
Mrs. T. H. Dyer and daughters, the
Misses Dora and Florence Dyer, have
closed their Perdix cottage, The Wold
heim, and are occupying their city
residence at 223 Reily street. .
Mrs. W. Donier Harris and her
daughters, the Misses Mary and Ellen
Harris, of 221 North Second street,
have returned to the city after a sum
mer's stay at State College.
Mrs. Louis E. Reber, of Madison.
Wis., is visiting her relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. John Price Jackson, at the River
side Apartments.
Miss Goldte E. Douglas, of 610 Ross
street, Is home after spending three
weeks with Miss Enilie Fuhrman at
I Willtamsport.
Ijilj -
TO PUT ON FLESH
! AND INCREASE WEIGHT
' GOOD ADVICE FOR THIN PEOPLE
"I'd certainly give most anything to
be able to gain a few pounds and stay
I that way," declare many thin men and
| women. Such a result Is usually not
! impossible despite past failures. Most
i thin people are victims of mal-nutri
| tio. a condition which prevents the
fatty elements of food from being
taken up by the blood as they are
when the powers of nutrition are nor
mal. Instead of getting into the blood
much of the fat and flesh producing
elements stay in the Intestines until
they pass from the body as waste.
To correct this condition and to
produce a healthy, normal amount of
fat the flesh making food elements
must be so prepared in the digestive
processes that the blood will accept
and distribute them throughout the
body. There is a preparation called
Sargol. which works on this basis and
which Is sold by nearly every druggist
• Get Acquainted
With
Sun-Glo Coal
It will prove a very warm friend to you
• when winter's winds begin to blow.
We selected SUN-GLO COAL for our
customers after many years experimenting
• with the various kinds produced in this
| State.
In our estimation SUN-GLO COAL is
the best coal for this locality.
s It ought to be good as we had more than
\ 300 mines to select from.
> Try a sample order —you will want to
' know it better.
i United Ice & Coal Co.
Forster & Cowden Third & Boas
Hummel & Mulberry 15th & Chestnut
» Also Steelton, Pa.
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[HARRISBVRG LIGHT |
1 1 SLOWER. Q0- j
Are You Ready For
the Celebration
On September 23rd, 24th and 25th thousands
of people from outside of this city will join us in .
celebrating the completion of the many improve
ments that were started several years ago.
I
It is up to each one of "the many merchants in
this city to do his share in making this event one
long to be remembered both by residents and
strangers.
Harrisburg is now known as the White Way
City and the only Way of retaining this title is for
every merchant to see that his place of business,
the interior, exterior and windows, are properly
illuminated.
You will need an Electric Sign sooner or later.
Your neighbor in business has purchased one.
Why don't you have one?
ENTERTAIN STUDENTS
Mrs. Martin A. Cumbler, of Yellow
House, Highspire, invited a number of
young people to an Informal dance at
her home last evening. The guests
of honor were her sister, Miss Cath
arine Orth, who is going to Simmons
College, Boston, and her brother, Paul
Orth. a Princeton student.
EAST HARRISBURG W. C. T. U.
A meeting of the East Harrlsburg
W. C. T. U. will be held Friday even
ing, September 10. at 7.30 o'clock, at
the residence of Mrs. M. J. Wright,
?0S South Thirteenth street. Mrs. J.
C. Rurkholder will lead and the topic
for discussion will be "Kate Douglas
Wiggln."
on a positive guarantee of weight in
crease or money back. Hundreds have
testified to weight increase from its
use. ,
Sargol does not of itself make fat
but is simply a combination of ingred
ients of acknowledged merit that,
taken with meals seems to better en
able the digestive organs to separata
the fattening elements of the food
and to prepare them in a form which
the blood can readily absorb. Sargol
comes in tablet form, is pleasant and
easy to take and its action is perfect
ly natural and harmless. Sargol is
sold by G. A. Gorgas and druggists
everywhere who are authorized to re
fund the full purchase price if weight
increase is not obtained.
NOTE: Sargol is recommended
only as a flesh builder and while It has
produced excellent results in cases of
nervous indigestion and general stom
ach disorders care should be taken by
those using it who do not want to
Increase weight.—Advertisement.

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