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[WEST SHORE NEWS]
Social an 3 Personal News of Towns Along West Shore E. F. Hersey and a friend, of Her shey, motored to Maryaviile on Satur day afternoon and spent some time in lishing. They caught four nice sized bass. Herman Luckenbaugh. of Marys ville. is visiting his brother, John Luxkenbaugh. at Philadelphia. Was Ina McKee, of New Bloom field, 'spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. George Bell, at Marys ville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf, of Marysville, spent Sunday with Mrs. • Wolf's brother, Mrs. William Ren nard at Enola. Miss Grace White, a nurae at the Germantown Hoapital, returned after spending several weeks with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. White, of Maryaviile. On Thursday evening the Sunday school class taught by Mrs. W. Matliias of Trinity United Brethren church, of New Cumberland, will be entertained at the home of MUs Edith Beaver. Professor Green and family of York were guests of Mrs. Green's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Ayers at Trinity United Brethren parsonage, at New Cumberland, over Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Low and daughter, Jessie, of Galveston, Texas, are visit ing E. H. Fisher's at New Cumber land. Mrs. John Lantz of New Cumber land, spent Sunday with her sister at Mont Alto. Mrs. James Shaffer and daughter. Elsie, of Burnham, Pa., were guests of Mrs. Harry Hawn at New Cumberland over Sunday. David Heess, of Sharpsburg, Md., was the guest of his sister, Mrs. C. L,. Neale at New Cumberland on Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Baker, of New Cumberland returned yesterday from a visit to friends in Perry county. Ralph Sotzing of Lemoyne spent Sunday at Pine Grove. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Baum, of Le moyne entertained the following on Sunday: Levi Dinkle, Stanton Dinkle, l.izzie Dinkle of Millersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Groh and family of My erstown. The Rev. W. H. Weaver former pas tor of the United Brethren Church at Lemoyne and nt\w of the Lebanon Val ley College at Aynville, was a visitor in his former home to-day. Mrs. Raymond Sawyer of Lemoyne, is visiting friends in York. Mrs. William Davidson of Lemoyne lias returned home from Shlppens burg. Oscar Wolfensberger Lemoyne post master was a visitor in Hagerstown on Sunday. Miss Martha Hoke, of Newport, was the week-end guest of Miss Frances Bates at Lemoyne. Miss Ivy L. Jones, of Harrisburg, was the guest of Miss Ruth Fettrow at Lemoyne yesterday. Miss Esther Siothour. a student at the Cumberland Valley State Normal school, was the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Slothower at Lemoyne over the week-end. Miss Carrie Hyde, of Williams Grove is visiting her sister, Mrs. Niles Bushey at Lemoyne. LEMOYNE CHURCHES BUSY Leinoyne, Pa., Sept. 28. The an nual social of the Christian Endea vor Society of the local Church of ■prist will be held Friday night. *' The annual meeting of the congre gation of the local Lutheran Church was held Sunday morning. Z. F. Light ner was elected elder, and A. F. Burke and H. G. Sharp, deacons. Plans for Rally Day services in the Lutheran Sunday school next Sunday are well under way. Dr. C. P. Wiles head of the Lutheran Publication So ciety of Philadelphia will be the speaker. To-night the regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of the United Evangelical Church will be held in the church. The Ladies' Bible Class of the Church of Christ Sunday school will meet at the home of Mrs. John W. Bowman in Hummel avenue Thursday night. The Ladies' Aid Society of the same church will meet at the home of Mrs. H. B. Witman to-night. SUFFRAGE ADDRESS Lemoyne, Pa., Sept. 28. Last night the first step in the Woman's Suffrage campaign under the direc tion of Mrs. Edgar S. Everhart was taken when a large mass meeting was held in the United Brethren Church. The meeting was addressed by Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones of Harrisburg, and Mrs. Everhart of Lemoyne. The latter is president of the local organi zation and is well known in the suff rage circles of the State. MANDOLIN CLUB AT LEMOYNE Lemoyne, Sept. 28. A mandolin club has been organized in Lemoyne with Professor W. D. Moyer of Har risburg as instructor. Members of the club are: Misses Mildred and Mary Rudy, Ruth Reese. Iva McLane, Alva Sherman, Anna Baker, Hazel Mumma, Ruth I. Steinhauer, Elmira Bricker and Stella Bentz. CORN" SOUP SUPPER Marysville, Pa., Sept. 28.—T0-mor row the Ladies' Aid Society of the Church of God will hold a chicken corn soup supper on the church lawn. Ice cream, cake and candy will also be served. TO ORGANIZE CHORAL Lemoyne, Pa.. Sept. 28. Efforts are being made to to organize a choral society in Lemoyne. A meeting will probably be held the latter part of this week. W. T. CLUB ENTERTAINS Lemoyne, Pa., Sept. 28. Miss Mabel Mussclman was hostess to 15 members of the W. W. T. Club of the Church of Christ Sunday school. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF DAUGHTER Marysville, Pa., Sept. 28. —Mr. and Mrs. James B. Liddick, of Lincoln street, announce the birth of a daugh ter on Friday. September 24, 1915. AID SOCIETY MEETING New Cumberland, Pa., Sept. 28. The Ladies' Aid Society of Trinity »X"nited Brethren church will meet at xhe parsonage this evening. ONLY ONE SCHOOL SOLD The Derry township school directors effered at public sale recently three unused schoolhouses in the outlying part of Hershev. The consolidation of schools rendered these buildings un necessary for school purposes. The Palmyra school, located on the Read ing pike near the Palmyra line and comprising perches of land with a IV4-atory limestone school building was sold to John D. Miller for $585! The other two were withdrawn from sale. FOUR-POUND BASS CAUGHT Special to The Telegraph Annville, Pa., Sept. 28. A. B. Mil lar caught one of the largest bass that has yet been entered in the local fish ing contest. It weighed over four pounds. On account of the fish not being caught under the rules of Eu gene Herr's fishing contest, no prize will lie given for It. TUESbAY EVENING. j fiawmafu r;;:::. J3jQarm&n2 \ Fo .»r' \ fimmiaiM Visit the Autumn Fashion Revue Tomorrow The second of a three-days' Fashion Show to-morrow, will present to ful Models will afford visitors a continuous entertainment from 10 to 11:30, and women of style, the most striking and authentic creations in Suits, Coats, Millin- from 2:30 to 4 ery, Blouses and Gowns for the present season and cooler weather to come. Grace- On the fourth floor Music Come. There Is Much to Tell About Plentiful Assortments of Women's Suits When Each Message Goes Forth. T\ fact, too much for your convenience in reading. Therefore, of style; of the endless variations in style: of the numerous models that vie with each other for popularity; of fabrics; of shades; of qualities—only a mention can be given at this time. We desire to lay emphasis, instead, on the exceptionally large assortments that our new third floor department is featuring. (This applies not only to suits, but other garments as well). New Skirts Are Arriving Almost Daily A skirt season some term it: but neverthe less, skirts are gaining in popularity as the season advances. New models which we have added include— —Odd, two-tone checks in contrasting shades; button trimmed $7.50 —Black and white plaid serge in two-piece style with smart side pockets $5.98 —Beautiful black broadcloth in wide cir cular style, and trimmed with exceptional ly large pearl buttons SIO.OO —Novelty broadcloth; new in Harrisburg; field mouse shade; also green and black. A two-piece skirt with seam pockets .. $7.48 BOWMAN'S— Third Floor The Part the Corset Plays Every well-dressed woman knows, and will ever realize the. importance of the Corset as the foundation of good dressing. Are you among the wise who think of this in purchasing a new suit ? Here are popular makes for your appreciation: La Vida W-B Warner C-B Royal Worcester Henderson Models for all figures. Prices, $1 to $lO. Brassierei Among the many favorite makes are wanted styles in hook front and fold-over back models. The assortment is delightfully varied. Prices, 500 to $3. Underwear of Filmy Crepe de Chine Qualities are dependable; styles are unapproachable and assortments large. Crepe de Chine Bodices and Camisoles in white and flesh: trimmed back and front with wide lace insertion, beading and lace. Price SI.OO Crepe de Chine Envelope Chemise—lace trimmed models, in flesh and white. Prices, $2.50 and $2.98 Crepe de Chine Gowns lace and rib bon trimmed; simple and elaborate models. Priced at $3.95 to SIO.OO Crepe de Chine Bloomers, in flesh and white; rubber band at waist and knee. Price, BOWMAN'S—Third Floor $1.98 HUUUSBURO TELEGRAPH Take, as an instance, a nobby suit around fifteen dollars, or less. Can you imagine the wide range that must be had on up through the popular "twenties"—"thirties"—"forties" and on up? , Among the popular-priced garments, new models are— —Navy gabardine with a coat that flares in true skirt fashion; loosely belted; priced at $25.00 —A lustrous broadcloth in genuine mili tary style, on which buttons, braids and tas sels hold full sway $37.50 —The much talked of "Chin Chin" mod el ; buttoning high around the neck and trim med with fur at collar and cuffs . . $37.50 —Reminder of "Norfolk" days, but a greatly improved model in navy whipcord; full box back $25.00 —A host of other creations that you will care to see; to thoroughly inspect; to com pare with others' garments; and finally to decide in their favor. Coat Styles Are Perhaps More Varied Than Ever We aim to present large varieties because they afford easy choosing; but won't you agree that sometimes it's even hard to choose then, every style is just as smart and jaunty as can be? We'll help you, of course, in choos ing the most becoming. Here again, we speak of assortments as the leading factor, and ask you to see the styles for yourself. Note the wide range— —A green and white barred boucle: semi formfitting; flare bottom $9.98 —Subdued plaid in zibeline with a large, comfy collar and wide belt $17.50 —Silk corduroy; a beautiful material in field mouse shade; double over-lapping belt and flare bottom $22.50 And upward to— —African brown duvetyne ; fur collared and cuffed; long, unbroken lines in back ; flare side $42.50 In all the assortments are decidedly pleas ing, and you may depend upon securing something to suit your fancy. WINS THE The Sweater Season is on in earn est. To delay the purchase of a good serviceable, stylish sweater now, means less wear and perhaps the sac rifice of comfort. Let us show you the new styles just received which include plain and smartly belted models in heavy weaves; ruff and Bryon collars; in white, Copenhagen, rose, old rose and cardinal. Prices range from $2.05 to $5.95. Import Sweaters You'll appreciate the splendid grade of wool used ,and the extra fine workmanship in these sweaters made across the ssas. Showy and subdued tones are called tango mixtures and plain shades arc also in evi dence. Stylish models in Byron, ruff and V-neck effects. Priced at .... $7.50 and $8.50 BOWMAN'S—Third Floor. yf / New and Creations— Last Wo Millinery To picture these clever styles—even to see the smart shapes and unique trimmings is not to fully appreciate them. You must see them worn! Needless to say, the various effects are truly characteristic of Bowman leadership in style. To-morrow, you may have the op portunity of seeing them worn during the Fashion Revue, an<J to note the graceful lines and becoming designs. A large collection of trimmed hats referred to above are priced at $13.50 An Open Door to Domestic Economy through These Offer ings of— Domestics Fruit-of-the-Loom Muslin, S'/S? yd. regularly 12}4c —36 inches wide; useful lengths. Cretonnes, syd. regularly Bc—27 inches wide; cut from full pieces. Apron Ginghams, 50 yd. regularly 7c —cut from full pieces; assorted patterns. Outing Flannel, yd. regularly —36 inches wide; light patterns. Fruit-of-the-Loom Sheeting, 26? yd. regularly 35c Bl inches wide. Unbleached Sheeting, 22# yd. regu larly 30c Bl inches wide; good weight. Mohawk Sheets, 67? regularly 90c 81x90 inches; marked E. S., slightly mill soiled. Unbleached Muslin, 7? yd. regularly 100 -40 inches wide; good quality. Wall Paper Grass Cloth, embossed satins and fabric effects; 50c and 60c values, at, roll .... 280 Sunfast Oatmeal Papers in all latest shades, sold jvith borders, at, roll .... 11? Decorative Effects in various colors, suit able for all rooms, sold with borders, at, roll, 3 BOWMAN'S—Fourth Floor Black Silk Taffeta The Most Wanted Dress Fabric of the Moment —some splendid values here. Plentiful assortment. 36-inch Black Silk Chiffon Taffeta, green edge, fine quality; regularly $1.19. Yard. 890 36-inch Black Silk Taffeta white lace edge ; chiffon finish ; regularly $1.25. Yard. SI.OO 36-inch Black Chiffon Taffeta black edge; perfectly woven; regularly sl.3y. Yard $1.19 40-inch Black Chiffon Taffeta—blue edge ; fine quality; regularly $1.50. Yard, $1.25 40-inch Black Chiffon Taffetz fine qual ity ; evenly woven; regularly $i 50." Yard. # $1.98 BOWMAN'S—Main Floor. Sale of Pattern-Length Woolen Dress Fabrics Dollar grade of Granate Weave fab ric; firm, even texture; splendid for dresses, skirts and suits; perfect shades of navy, Copenhagen, green, brown and black. 54 inches wide. 4 yards for $2.40; value $4.00. V/ 2 yards for $2.70; value $4.50. . 5 yards for $3.00; value $5.00. SEPTEMBER 28, 1915. The Showing of Blouses Has Attained A New Record For Variety —and Cleverness The Fashion Show seems to have added impetus to the already large as semblage, for pretty styles have been arriving faster than ever, and the present assortments are a treat to view. • Never so many clever styles in net waists, but these are mentioned as only one feature —there are numerous others and just as popular. To-day we tell of only better grades, but the lower-priced blouses are worthy of con sideration as well. Combination of pink charmeuse and net, silk embroidered, velvet collar finished with net bows, at $12.95 Black net with metallic embroidered ef fect ; Panne velvet collar, gorgeous lac» front, at $12.7.' Evening waist of silk net with brocaded charmeuse bodice and collar; delicate and colorful, at .• $11.95 Black net over chiffon, embroidered de sign ; rose Georgette collar, at $0.95 Black net, in block effect, white net ves tee, old rose collar ,at $5.95 Navy chiffon over plaid, new style collar in novel effect, at $5.95 Crepe waists in suit shade plaids, button trimmed, at $3.48 BOWMAN'S—Third Floor. A New Kind of STYLE SHOW Children's Autumn Apparel Shown On Live Models Heretofore, the grown ups only have had the pleasure of seeing the new Fashions for themselves poised and paraded. Now comes the children's turn, and Two Cunning Youngsters —who care not about the grins and gazes of a large audience, will prom enade in the big Style Show which continues. Wednesday and Thursday, 10 to 11.30 2.30 to 4 This feature will interest mothers mainly however, and to them we in vite attendance. Popular Trimmings Are here in an unusually well se lected variety of styles and grades. Fur Trimming, 25$ to $2.50 yd.—Coney, Beaver, Skunk, Opossum, Blue Fox, Russian Mink, etc. Chiffon, SI.OO yd. 4O inches wide; various shades. Printed and bordered chif fons, range from SI.OO to $2.00 yd. Tailor Binding Braids, 5$ to 25$ yd. Black, navy and brown. Silk "No Tear" Nets, SI.OO yd. —*4o in ches wide; in black and colors. Gold Laces, 29$ to $4.50 yd. from l / - inch to 20 inches wide. Plaid Chiffons, $1.50 and $2.00 yd. Georgette Crepes, $1.50 yd. Rosebud Trimming, 25$ to 500 yd. BOWMAN'S—Main Floor.