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Formal Opening New Stieff Piano Store Friday, Oct. 1 The big new Stieff Piano Building will be for mally opened Friday with the finest display of exclusively high grade pianos in Central Penn sylvania. A recital on the Stieff Concert Grand in the concert hall of the new building by Newell Al bright and Lee Cronican in the evening will make the opening an event which no music lover will want to miss. If you are looking for a piano for that vacant corner in your home, be sure to attend the open ing and learn about our "factory to home" sys tem and the big saving it means to you. CHAS. M. STIEFF 24 North Second Street DELIGHTFUI. MOTOR 'TRIP Dr. E. R. Rhelm and family of 1504 Market street. Dr. C. H. Smith and i Miss Grace Smith of Llnplestown. | have returned home after a motor trip"| to Delaware Water Gap and Allen- j town. Miss Helena Doane and Miss Qert-! rude Doane of Jersey City arrived in town this afternoon for a little vtslt< with their cousin. Miss Grace D. Wat-j son of Penn street. Mrs. Laura Reede Announces her return after a sea. son at New York and Atlantic City. All the new Metropolitan ideas in Hair Dressing. Manicuring and Facial Massage. A full line of I French Toilet Specialties at reason able prices. La Prance Beauty Shop 816 CHEmiT STREET Bell Phone 3835-J. J r ~ \ Voice Culture and Singing Mr. H. S. Kirkland Teacher at the Philadelphia Musi cal Academy; Pupil of Manuel Gar cia. London. Eng., and of Charles Lunn, London, Eng. Lessons resumed Wednesday, Sep tember JJ. STI'DIO, 1010 WORTH SECOND ST. * djff KOLBENSCHLAG'S jfiSp AUTUMN DISPLAY /jgS' OF MILLINERY If Wednesday, September 29 Thursday, September 30 St Bl XLVETEEX FIFTEEN" fljy KNOX HATS IE I 208 North Third Street THE REYNARD H ANNOUNCEMENT LAURA R. APPELL, Pianoforte Teacher Graduate New England Conservatory, Boston Mass. Honor graduate Faelten Pianoforte School, Boston, Mass. Afterwards studied six years with Mme. Szumowska. Miss Appell specialized in teaching during her whole course j of studies. Studio: 104 Boas Street AMUSEMKXTS A MU SKMENTS Wilmer,Vincent & Appell,Mgrs. To-ilgtit aid To-morrow Thursday, Sept. 30 Mutinre and A BIG GIRI. SHOW , GIRLS FROM The Only Girl J Spfrlal Attraction reproduction of the famous AUGMENTED OIICHESTRA i" k ■ .. pa " Thr KaU «' Babylon," with living models P?'" - ** «• »»•»• Pri. e. _ V.Unfr. 2.V, Mc .Bd (W*, M*b», 2rw- to 92.00. Night, lSe to 75e. Majestic Theater V lße-25e. HlfiH CLASS VAI'DBVILI.K EDMI XDS AND A Bis tilrl Act ' I KS. KILIORS FARKEIX •' ,l,e IJtMt Type Mhlme Clrcoa The coaediaaa. "The Earl and the Girls" ivavtitr. Pretty Girl*—Catchy Monies RAV AYD ■■<! • Beautiful Mage I'M tnPURD AND Setting. li '»i;itiCK HII.MARD lu I Coming—'Thura., Frl., and Wat. au,lr« llle ■ u ; "HF.M.n SALLY" WILL OAKLAND t\D CO. Carte." TUESDAV EVENING. GEORGE TRIPP RETURN'S ! George B. Tripp, of the United Gas and Electric Corporation haa returned to his home in New York City. Mr. 1 Tripp who was formerly vice-presi dent and general manager of the Har risburg Light and Power Company was here to attend the Municipal Cele bration. Miss Alice Minsker spent the week end with Miss Miriam Blosser at Rockviile. Jj r\\ The Tonic for A Coughs, Colds and Catarrh Prominent Physician's Prescription i ll use over thirty Years. Guaranteed to be Pure. Children Make Merry With a Four-Year-Old • RUTH SKOLNICK The fourth birthday of Ruth Skol nick. the pretty little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Skolnick was happily celebrated with a party at thoir home, ( 601 Pons street. Bright liucd asters, j cosmos and srolcigg glow decorated the! house and after games and contests supper was served to the following small folks: Lena Harrison, Violet Seltzof, Edith I Katz, Beckie Harrison. Mary Gaber, Dorothy Gaber, Dora Harrison, Rosie | Winfield. Eva Weiner, Molly Katz, i Albert Seitzof, houis Katz, Charles; Gaber. Philip Cohen. Abraham Katz,! Alex Gaber, Herman Gaher, Nathan | Katz, and Ruth Skolnick, Michael j Jacobs and David Jacobs, both of; Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Skol nlck. Mixed Foursome Golf on Country Club Links A mixed foursojne golf event will be played at the links of the Coun-1 try Club of Harrisburg on Saturday afternoon. Two handsome silver cups have been offered as prizes by John Fox Weiss, president of the club and j it Is expected that there will be a large j number of entries. The arrangements I are in charge of Robert McCreath and j Mrs. Walter H. Gaither acting for the j golf committees. The entries should be made on Fri- ' day to T. J. Dinan, the club profes- j sional. or to Mr. McCreath. This will be the first mixed foursome event of! the season in the city. REPRESENTS LOCAL FOUNDRY Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Fisher of 2106 North Sixth street, are spending the week at Atlantic City attending! the convention of the American I Foundrymen's Association. Mr. Fisher | is representing the Harrisburg Foun dry and Machine Works. AMUSEMENTS Photoplays de Luxe 11 A. M. to 11 P. M. 5c and 10c Last Time To-day— ROBERT .EPESON —IV— Mortmain A Film Draiun of I'nununl Strrnttli. ' To-murmw nn«l Tliuriulay— WILLIAM FOX FEATI'RE The Regeneration Shoivinc the Burning: of nn Kx cur* ion Hunt ALSO THIRD EPISODE OF Neal of the Navy "V Sea*oa"i» Rent Serial. V REGENT To-day lr»«» 1,. Lanky preneata VICTOR MOORE In "CHIMMIE FADDEX," Paramount. To-narrow and Thnraday Daniel Frohnian prrarnla the arrat e*t of all film atnra, MAKV l'|< l\- FOnD In "FANC'HOX THE CRICKET.*' Braldra .Mary I'irkfortl. her alaler, l.ottle and brother, Jock alao nppear In the eaat. Paramount. v IMAJESTIC HIGH CLASH VAUDETII.I.E Matinee, *J.3O| Evealng, 7.30 to 10.341. A Big Girl Aet of the l.aaky Type, "The Earl and the Girls" Pretty Glrla—Catchy S«m t u. KOI'H OTHER EX(KI,I,K\T ACTS ComlMK Thurxilaj., I'rl. nod Sot. \\ ILL OAKLAND A CO. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH SHOW PICTURES OF HOLY GRAIL Abbey's Famous Frieze in Con . nection With Stories of King Arthur When the stories of Rood Kins Arthur are narrated this evening at the first Fall meeting of the Story Telling Club, pietures of Abbey's famous frieze of "The Quest of the Holy Grail." in the Boston Public Library and of Sir Galahad, by George Frederick Watt, will he shown, through the kindness of Jay C. Saltz- Kiver. Jr. The program which covers the Kins Arthur cycle will include "How Arthur Won His Sword Kxcalibur": "How Arthur Won His Queen": "The Gift of the Mystic Round Table"; "Sir Galahad and the Holy Grail" and "The Passing of Arthur." These stories will be preceded by a talk on the evolution of King Arthur to this central position in one of the principal cycles of Medieval romance. "All who are interested in the art of story telling, are cordially invited to attend this meeting in the assembly hall of the Public Library. Walnut street, at 7:30 o'clock this evening. "The Study of the Story in its Re lation to Music and Art," will be the general theme of the programs of the Story Telling club this winter, under the leadership of Miss Lois K. Booker, the president. Mrs. Morris Turner and daughter. Miss Klizabetli Turner of Lancaster, are guests of Mrs. E. F. Deichler, of 2" South Seventeenth street. Miss Amy Louise Beck, of Balti more, instructor in French at the Seiler school this year, will make h<»r home at 205 State street. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Roller of 1720 North Third street and Mrs. William Tripner of Camp Hill, are spending the week- at Washington. P. C. Miss Grace Carroll of 703 North Second street, came home last evening after spending a fortnight's vacation at Atlantic City. ' Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Buchanan and family of 2109 North Third street are spending two weeks at The Sea side. Atlantic City. Miss Helen P. Bender and Miss Mil dred Bender of Troy. X. Y.. left fori home to-da.v after a brief stay with their sister, Mrs. Ella Bender White of Market street. Warren A. Zollinger of Market Square has none to Cape May to visit his sister. Mrs. Kunkel. Miss Elizabeth A. Muench is remov ing; from 1352 State street to 10lt North Second street, the Daugherty residence. Alfred Lee Commings has returned home to Elmira, X. Y., after visiting relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Snyder, of 336 Peffer street, spent the week-end in Lancaster. The Misses Rose and Jennie Mumma are home after a week-end visit with Miss Alice Cumniings at Reading. Miss Emmeline Fairlamb of Phila delphia, left for home this morning after a short stay in town with her sister, Mrs. Frederick G. Black. WEDDINGS AT HAGERSTOWN Hagerstown, Md.. Sept. 28. Miss Julia J. Gregg and Vincent T. Mc- Clenahan. both of Lewlstown, Pa., were married on Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of the First Baptist church here by the Rev. E. K. Thomas. Miss Esther M. Witmer of Harris burg and Joseph Ennery. of Steelton, were united in marriage on Saturday by the Rev. E. K. Thomas, pastor of the First Baptist church. A marriage license was issued here yesterday to Dorsey T. Oullison, of Gettysburg. Pa., and Ida R. Strong of Fayetteville. Pa. Wedding Invitations For October Nineteenth Invitations were issued to-day by Mr. and Mrs. Edward James Stack pole for the marriage of their daugh ter, Miss Margaret Stackpole, and John Trull Herman, Tuesday evening, October 19th, at seven-thirty o'clock in the Market Square Presbyterian church. SIX YOUNG PEOPLE TAKE RIDE TO YORK SPRINGS Miss Maria Livingston, Miss Mabel Ebert, Miss Mary Long. Miss Minnie Livingston, Percy Patton and Charles Livingston have returned to the city after an automobile ride to York Springs where they were guests at the Central Hotel. COLONIAL CLUB NIGHT Thursday evening will be club night at the Colonial Country Club with music and dancing. Arrangements are also being made by the committee on entertainment for a masquerade ball in October. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rowe, of Millerstown, announce the birth of a, son, Alden Alader Rowe, Monday, September 27, 1915. Mrs. Rowe was formerly Miss Rebecca Zeigler of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Rice, of 1612 Chestnut street, announce the birth of a son, Charles Ariin Rice on Sunday, September 19, 1915. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Reese, of 1641 Fulton street, announce the birth of a daughter, Mary Louise Reese, on Saturday, September 25, 1915. Mrs. Reese was Miss Alta Otstot prior to her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Bear, of 2231 Howard street, announce the birth of a son, Lee Robert Beur. Jr., Monday, September 27. 1915. Mrs. Bear was formerly Miss Martha Gilbert of this city. Mr. and Mrs. James Rezner Barber, of Trenton. X. J., announce the birth of a son, James R. Barber, Jr., Sun day, September 26, 1915. Mrs. Bar ber was formerly Miss Mary Mac Do nald of this city. BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Onepackage proves it 25c at all druggists. Little Helen Copeland Has Birthday Surprise jpJPUI HELEN COPEL.AND Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Copeland of 1282 Derry strept arranged a surprise party In celebration of the seventh birthday of their sprightly young daughter Helen. The guests enjoyed games, music and a supper from 5 to 7 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The table dec orations were of pink and white and the favors were little boxes of candy. I The small hostess received many j pretty gifts from her friends, among i whom were the Misses Bertha Cjpe land, Helen Murry, Blanche Sr.yder, Anna Miller. Gladys Bolan, ltuth Venn. Tluth Conneham, Margaret Hol bert, Ethel Tompson, Mary Hopple, | Helen Copeland, Anna Vorsythe, Gert j rude Copeland, Gertrude Forsythe, j Katherine Barnliart, Mr. and Mrs. j Samuel Copeland and Merle Copeland. Alricks Association Gives Big Cornroast IMore tfian 200 members and guests of the Alricks Association attended a I cornroast on Oak Knob, Bellevuo t'ark, last evening. For the occasion hundreds of elec tric lights and Japanese lanterns were strung about the park. Singing from lantern slides was a feature. After wards addresses were made by Joseph H. Klinedinst, president of the asso ciation: the Rev. James F. Bullitt and J. Harris Bell. Impersonations in costume were made by George Eber sole and Chester Kirk. Harry R. Laucks, of Hummelstown, told humor ous stories and vocal selections were given by the Stevens Memorial Mate Chorus under the direction of George W. Sweigcrt. George J. Coloviras prepared the roastin' ears, in charge of the event] were George W. Bogar, H. E. Ebv, George \V. Geistwhite, Dr. H. E. Klase. Lawrence L. Ferree, A. W. Holinan, Dr. Alfred P. Isenberg, Dan R. Wheeler and Clarence Shenk. MOTOR TO NEW JERSEY Mrs. Charles A. Disbrow, of North Front street, her sister, Mrs. R. F. Shapter and her grandson, Disbrow Lloyd, went by automobile to East Orange, N. J., last week. Mrs. Shap ter, who has been here for several months will visit in Brooklyn and New York before returning home. ALBION ATHLETIC SMOKER The Albion Athletic Association will initiate three members this evening at 8 o'clock at their rooms, with a smoker and entertainment following. All members are urged to be present as this is the first program of the winter series. MRS. MILLER'S GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. George Miller of Lewistown; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kaler of Millersburg and Miss Mary Clugston of Duncannon were recent guests of Mrs. W. H. Miller of 403 Walnut street. RETURNING FROM COAST Mrs. Adam Sheaffer and Miss Mary Smith of Newport are visiting Mrs. j. 11. Keesberry at 2521 North Sixth ; street. Miss Smith is on the way home after a three months' western trip in | eluding the Panama-Pacific exposi tion. NEW YORK VISITOR Albert Boyer McCrea of New York City spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Mary B. McCrea and his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Boyer of 213 Pine street. GOES TO ENCAMPMENT J. M. White of this city left to-day I for Phoenixville to attend the O. of 11. A. convention and also Washington jto attend the G. A. R. encampment. | Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. M. Davis and I family of North Second street are home from Bonaparte where they spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Drawbaugh and small son Bruce Drawbaugh, Jr.. have returned home to Altoona, after a week's visit witli Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Drawbaugh, at 143 4 Derry street. Mrs. R. R. Stowell of Camp Hill who spent the past fortnight at At lantic City is visiting in Philadelphia on the way home. Mrs. Aimer Shirey and Mrs. Edward Sutton have been called to Danville by the serious illness of their brother in-law. John Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Affleck of 32 North Sixteenth street are enjoying a visit among relatives on Long Island. Mrs. John C". Keele of Washington, D. C„ and Miss Anna E. Means of Williamsport have returned home after visiting the Misses Ruth and Pauline Shure at 352 South thirteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Walzer and Master Shubert Walzer of 1908 Green street were recent guests of William D. Shubert at his home in Berwyn. Miss Charlotte M. Comniings, a Harrisburg Hospital nurse is home after a ten days' trip to Baltisiore. Mrg.. Harry Taylor Neale of Xorth Front street accompanied her sister. Miss Almeda Herman to Rogers Hall, Lowell, Mass., where she resumes her studies. Mrs. James Xewell Moore of Pine street has returned home from Butler, Pa., where she spent the summer. Miss Ruth Payne and Miss Eliza beth Knisely leave next Monday for Stamford. Conn., to take up their work at the Low-Hayward school. Miss Annie Glass, 40 North Seven teenth street, and Miss Carrie Swavely of 1621 Market street, are home after a week-end visit in Reading. Mrs. William C. Beldleman of Chestnut street Is home from Frost burg. Md.. where she visited her son, the Rev. Harry B. Beldleman at the Lutheran Manse. Miss Helen Beldle man Is keeping house for her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Cavendish of Xew York City were guests of their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George W. .Iraxii' of Statie street for a week. SEPTEMBER 28.1915. T.ADIES' BAZAAR DON'T FORGET | A |OQ >l f l O. DON'T FORGET THE NUMBER lv-J£ O. <HII OU THE NUMBER "We Advertise the Truth —The Truth Advertises U»" * Timely and Attractive Special Values Corduroy Skirts: Lingerie Waists, A Q worth $3.00, QC regularly SI.OO, at T"i/C at V X tOO Made of Organdie, Voile and Bolt and pocket style—button Batiste •• special Wednesday trimmed. mm. [| Jap Silk Dresses, Poplin Skirts, 1 Q C worth to $5.98, d*o QQ worth $3, at. . <sl iOD at Belted effect with patch With shadow lace yoke and PO' Kels in Hi,,.- „ n i>. sleeves—Navy, Copenhagen and I'l-uK. New Fall Coats ,har di n » ° f m,xert fabrics—% length uaDar a 1 n e ouits, Style with semi-belted effect— regularly sls, AC\ velvet collar —box pleat back. A good $7.50 value, special at Coat and skirt braid trimmed A Q —silk lined—Green, Brown and t Q V-. "" 11 Coats in elegant English Combination Dresses, Tweeds- —full belted stvle—flare worth SIO.OO, Of French Serge and Plaid Q8 Taffeta in the newi'st styles. V/ •%/ \J Alterations Made Without Charge Annual S. S. Conference of Pine Street Church There was a large attendance of the annual conference of the officers anil teachers of all branches of the Pine Street Sunday school held at the Coun try Club of Harrjsburg yesterday aft ernoon with Henry B. McCormick, the superintendent, presiding. Addresses were made by the pastor, the Rev. Lewis Seymour Mudge; the assistant pastor, thie Rev. J. S. Armentrout and by officers of the school. Dr. George C 5. Mahey. secretary of the Presbyterian General Assembly for " Evangelism'' spoke on "Securing De cisions For Christ in the Sunday School." Among those In attendance were: j Henry B. McCormick, James McCor- \ luick, Jr., Morris Emerlck, Miss Anne McCormick, George F. Koss, J. Austin] Brandt, Stephen Huberts, Charles P.: Thompson. George G. Mahy. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cox, Thomas L. Wallace, John Fox Weiss, J. Harry Messersmith, the Rev. Harry B. King, the Rev. James S. Armentrout. the Rev. and Mrs. Lewis S. Mudge, Miss Florence M. Carroll. Miss Mary E. Stuart. Miss Maria York. James A. Stranahan, Mrs. William P. Stuart, Harry 8. Downey, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Chesley, Miss Huntzberger, Mr. and ill's R. B. Ma teer, the Rev. and Mrs. John M. War den, Miss Kay, llenry McCormick, Jr., Mrs. C. 11. Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Kinderinan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Consylvan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, Miss Helen Sloop, Miss Jean Sloop, Miss Jean Mullen, Miss C. Bright, Mrs. Humes Hall. Miss Elsie Nixon. J. Miley Jones, Miss Martha Duulap. Miss Cath arine Heikes, Dr. Carscin Coover, Mrs. F. W. Coover, Mrs. M. E. Stroup, Ben jamin Whitman, Mrs. Augustus Wild man, Jr., Mrs. M. C. Martin, Alias Hodge, Mrs. S. J. McDonald, J. I. Ha haker, Mrs. John Q. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. F. Al. Sourbeer, Miss Rebecca Gould, Aliss Helen Smiley, Mrs. W. T. Meokley. Miss Cordelia Brenneman, Mrs. Wil liam F. Aleckley, Aliss Ida M. Stewart, Aliss Edith Lewis, John B. Corl, J. Clarence Funk. Miss Esther Dunlap, Miss Elizabeth McC'rmick, Mrs. E. B. Dlven, John E. Patterson, Dr. Henry R. Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. E. 'Z. Gross. Henry M. Gross, Miss Katharine Etter, Miss Harriett Sutton Wall, Miss Edna M. Sprcnkel, Miss Ravhel Pollock, Mrs. John H. Holsberger, Miss M. Grace Dong, Eu gene Miller, Miss Katharine Plant. Mrs. Mercer B. Tate, Miss Helen Krall, Miss Georgiana VVeigle, Dr. VV. S. Rutherford, Mrs. James M. Taggert, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. McCarrell, Mrs. M. J. McKee, J. M. Mickey, Miss Rob inson, Mrs. Arthur W. Eebo, Noble Prank, Miss Anne Coover, Miss Mar garet Kichards, Miss Phoebe Richards, Nicholas Tack, Miss Ruth E. Tack, Samuel Franklin, Mrs. J. W. Hepford, Miss Caroline Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Foltz. Increase in Membership of the Meade W. C. T. U. Mrs. J. H. Kase the president of the Meade W. C. T. U., presided at a meet ing held last evening at the residence of Mrs. C. A. Bennett, 1911) Park street, Reports from the Dauphin county con vention recently held in the Steven#* Memorial Church were made by Mrs. C. A. Smuoker, Mrs. John Peregoy and Mrs. Elizabeth Hackenberg. Just a year ago at the same convention the Meade W. C. T. U. reported 38 mem bers and this time a membership of 100 was announced, an Increase of 02. Mrs. Sniucker. Mrs. Byler and Miss Bess Mai one were appointed to draft a set of by-laws. Mrs. William Elder was appointed press superintendent; Mrs. William Young and Mrs. Hacken berg were elected delegates to the State convention in York this week. Send Old Kid Gloves to the French Soliders Just at this time when so many are liousecleanlng, an appeal comes from Miss Grace S. Zorbaugh. general sec retary of the British-American Y. W. C. A. in Paris, who is spending a short vacation in this country, for assistance in the work she is directing among French women left without support when their men folk entered the army. These women make windproof chest protectors front old kid gloves, giving an additional warmth to the men in the trenches, llarrisburg women are risked to send partially worn gloves to Mrs. Samuel W. Fleming, at 104 South street, who .will see they are sent to jthe proper destination. lIARIUSBLRG CHAPTER D. A. R. MEETS ON OCTOBER SIXTH The Jjrst Fall meeting of llarrisburg Chapter. D. A. R., will be held in as sembly hall of the Y. M. C. A., Second and i-iocust streets, Wednesday after noon, October 6, at 3 o'clock. On this Revolutionary date Forts Clinton and Montgomery were taken by the Brit ish. The Regent, Miss Snyder, will pre side. and an interesting program will include a sketch by Miss Caroline eParson of "Twenty-five Years of D. A. R. Work." Music will be an at tractive part of the celebration to be followed by a tea with the new officers of the chapter as hostesses. Dr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Ellenberger returned home to-day from Atlantic City, where they spent some time. ROAST WIENERS AT THE BECKLEYS Derry Street Young People's Society (iuests at Oitk Park Colony With a moon that looked like a silver boat on a whiteeapped sea. a fire that caressed and warmed your shins as you sat about on big. husky logs, and a wa*h boiler full of "doggies" the members of the Vounii People's Society of the Derry Street United Brethren cnurch last night had the time of their lives ut a "dogglo roast" held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Beckley, Oak Park Colony opposite the Colonial Country Club. The frankfurters (which answer to the name of "wieners") were roasted over the hot coals of the fire under the direction of Miss Miriam Carl, chairman of the social committee, on a long wire spit. Bread and butter sandwiches and a bowl of punch com pleted the refreshment pleasures of the evening. After the young people had eaten all the frankfurters that the law and their belts would allow they played games on the big lawn in front of tliaj' Beckley home and listened to niusiy on the Victrola. The members hiked home when the clock drifted 'round toward eleven. The guests of the eve ning Included: The Misses Kathleen Robinson. Eleanor Weaver, Kathryn Carl. Miriam Carl, Sylvia Drawbaugh, Grace Kovell, Opal McCans, Helen Bright, Mabel Bright, Catherine Eswortliy, Stella Ulrich, Vera Tlarman. Dorothy Dow dell, Mary Hencli, Margaret Heikes, Bertha Clay, Violet Albright. Eliza beth Wilson. Mildred Runkle. Beatrice Runkle, Helen Runkle. Margaret Mftsselman, Leola Sliope, Faye Haver stick. Beulah Starry. Harold Gilbert, Earl E. Renn. Ross Harman, Roger Harman, Richard Robinson, Stanley Wingert. William Fickes, Harold Hamilton. U. Grant Renn. Ralph Manley. Homer Spangler of Lebanon, William Heffelfinger. Mar tin Cornitz, Harry Musselman, Rich ard Harman, Paul McDonald. Leroy Strawbecher, Mervin Lescure and Park Beckley. Mr. and Mrs. C. 1,. Shepley chaperoned the party. Mrs. Heck and Her Baby Returning From Turkey Mrs. Lewis Heck and her baby, Emma Dorothy Heck, have sailed from Athens, Grece, on the Greek steam ship King Constantine. for America, aifd expect to arrive In New York early next week. They are traveling with the wife of Ambassador Morgantliau from Constantinople, because it is 110 longer safe for foreign women to bo in Turkey. Mrs. Heck, who was formerly Miss Dorothy Toinklns of Trenton. N. J., met her husband three years ago while traveling abroad and they were mat j ried at Brussels. Belgium, Just before jthe war. Mr. Heck is secretary of the I American embassy at Constantinople. Mrs. Heck will remain in this country with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis Heck at Heckton, for an inde finite time. Miss Sara Jacobs of the Seller school faculty is home after a summer's out ing in Maine. Mrs. Beverly W. Kunkel and two lit tle daughters have gone to Easton af ter visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kunkel at 221 North Front street. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grant have gone home to Lancaster after a brief visit with relatives in town. Miss Carolyn Hastings of Baltimore is visiting her cousin, Miss Letha Wayne of Market street. Dr. Lewis S. Chafer of North field, Mass., is a guest of George W. Reily, Jr., North Front street. Mr. and Mrs. David Relst have gone home to Pittsburgh after visiting their brother. Philip Wells Relst of Mar ket street. Recipes of Our Pioneer Mothers for the home treatment of disease were wonderfully dependable. True, knew nothing of drugs, but owed their success to the roots, herbs and barks of the Held. It is interesting to note that Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound, the most successful remedy for female ills we have, was originally prepared for home use from one of these recipes. Its fame has now spread from shore to shore, and thou sands of American women now well and utrong claim they owe their health and happiness to Lydia E. Pinkham'% Vegetable Compound. Advertise ment. VHJ 1 Office Training School Kaufman Hldg., 4 8. Market 84. NOW IN SESSION Dar School and Mghl School Call or aend for 32-page booklet- Bell phone 694-R.