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md storks at—— r.r ROOKG m? Nms. .. Fin REAL SHOE MAKERS ]>iZ# 217 MARKET STREET cJBSS j (Two Store*) lA ""—~~~~~^ 51 || ■ -M A SPECIAL SALE OF SPECIAL SALE OF Fall SfaOCS M«l 1 Women's Shoes Im« /y" . J | Right at the beginning: of the season W- b jy . 41 when the styles are most in demand, we II (£ \ *lf W X are offering the choicest new Fall Shoes for J] fIL \ . I 1 \ «[ women at exceptionally low prices. Show- Vnliirc \ «[ \r ' 1 J | lng two of our very special offerings : I Values \ 3 The Gypsy Model sty es In English, * | or tece. Tan, patent 2 f~" J (A AC leather tops. Extra goo?ik «> 1 v jl*tfd Qualities with welt aoles. All^^^ 1 » J if Lace or Button |||j J Men's Dress and Work Shoes | l This dainty Gypsy Model M.50 §"all Press Shoes*" butttSi" 1 " s4l OCk ; f r the ver> " « "Sff.-fflr V I •"» ; V 7 **" " ronounce<J Perfect work shoes of sturdy tan or black ' . IV / v 2"4 for all occasions. One leather uppers. Solid soles. All > model is shown in front |||| | Special Price i^L > |j X rea seam lace; other mod- ' II M i :I rr£ iS Women's Colored Top Shoes \V and widths. An " Fall Dress Shoes 1 \ m J J $4*95 Values ap to $3 O* I JL ° ver 1500 P»irs on sale. Includes ► I _ patent and dull leather shoes *r\\Yrffi;s< f % j&SfW / 51 Regular $2.50 Values fancy colore <i tops; button or lace mw / 1 velvet button shoes; and patent W&ifw/' IL Mi /x This ..L oW .J ,rlc ® "J 11 ". 11 ; and d"' l leather plain top WW < > | \ » ed with the wonderful . hnp , ... . Atmk■SSss r < ► IX » quality makes this offer " ' »<*«• On sale X|*JgJ(sHS^ < > \i>. ». doubly attractive. Shown first floor. «■ x \o»tt ln th ® popular fall " » \ \Yi|l styles ln patent and ——i :: c ""\f! Women's Shoes Women's Juliets! < ► UJ \ NJ\ sizes. ~ «» \ Mnde of soft dongola Soft kid uppers and Y W irM with elastic (gored) slides. I> s X| *' a wl,h Patent tips; Flexible leather soles. S" I *i c . her £R«IAA Rubber or nn models; all K1 Iklk leather heels. Uw A ■| __ values ,1- at VA«"U All (fOC !i Sale of Boys' and Girls' Fall Shoes i; Girls' Dress Shoes Girls' School Shoes Boys' Dress Shoes I , Regular $1.50 values, nr\ \ $1.50 lS" m $1,50 E \ r I®" ! I Boys' School Shoes I ( I ** 7 JL Good sturdy calfskin. g\ f\ JL • ;. I €>> j/ patent, tan and elkskln ||V A I f I * I New Fail models t0 1,V4; vOv Stylish and B \ r / i»• I of combined ser- j ,150 values sturdy makes for « IT/ \ L J Vji Patent and duli , Women's Satin Pumps I wear' Made °of J I AV j »ssra"sxr-asou ErV. Js?Am t \ cloth ' velvet slz s es: """ed OVL Button or i- m k"f. Children's Shoes to'U Blz " es jMffifi All sis- Comfortable "toe room • n *• eg - i 2 last." In soft dongola [m |l A alues. | I values. kid; slr.es to SH: 75c Tvt —217 MARKET ST, 217—BOOK'S. »♦♦♦♦»»»♦♦♦»♦<♦♦♦<*♦>»< "BLINDNESS or VIRTUE" AT THE COLONIAL A very unusual attraction at the Colonial Theater to-day and to-mor row will be Essanay's six-part pic turization of the recent dramatic suc cess. "The Blindness of Virtue." It Cumberland Valley Railroad TIME TABLE In Effect June IT, Kit. TRAINS leave Harruburg— For Winchester and iiartlnabur* u i »:OS. *7:62 a. m.. *3: M p. m. For Hagerstown. Chambersburg, Car lisle, Mechanics burg and Intermediate stations at *li:o3. *7.(2, *11:63 a. m_ i • 1:40. 5:37. *7:46, *11:00 p. m. Additional trains for Carlisle aad llecbanlccburg at »:4t a. m.. 3.18. I ll t:3o, #:B6 a. m. For Dillsburg at 5:03, *7:52 and •11:63 a. m.. 2:H. *8:40. 6:17 and t:3* p. m "Dally. All other trains dally exo«Di Sunday. H. A. RIDDLE, t. H. TONGa o. P7a. \ THE Office Training School Kanfmaa Bide., 4 P. Market NOW IN SESSION Day School and Night School Call or send for 32-page booklet— Bell phone 694-R. 11 fi Longer Hours to Favor the People The Quaker Health Teacher Desires to Give Everyone an Opportunity to Meet Him at the Keller's Drug Store, 405 Market Street A plan to accommodate the people who have been unable to meet the Quaker Health Teacher has been de cided upon. Owing- to the many re quests of the people who have been unable to call durtnK business hours, Gray, the Health Teacher, will lengthen his hours Saturday evening emd thereafter. In speaking about the matter he said: "I have received BO many requests from people who are busy during the day, and have decided to remain at the Store Saturday from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. It la my desire to meet every suffering man or woman who may desire to learn about the Quaker Herb Reme dies, and I feel that I should make them some mien concession." The sale of the Quaker Herb Reme dies Is increasing at an astonishing rate and the reason for the unusual success of the remedies has become more apparent. Not a day passes that many persons do not call to offer thanks for the benefits they are re ceiving. A half hour In tj*9 Keller FRIDAY EV"ENT"NC?, HAKRISBURG*S££& TELEGRAPH OCTOBER 8, 1915. will be recalled by local theatergoers that this drama appeared at the Ma jestic last season and the opportunity to see the much discussed play in an excellent moving picture play will un doubtedly be grasped by many. "The Blindness of Virtue" is a morality play with a great social uplift. It has to do with situations that arise in a girl's life whose ignorance of the fun damental principles of life gives rise to many complex situations. Virtue, of course, triumphs in the end and all ends happily. Supporting Miss Mayo and Mr. Washburn are such well known players as Thomas McLarine, George LeGuere, Harry Dunkinson and | several others. Of comedy interest j to-day and to-morrow will be Charlie Chaplin in his newest scream, "Shang haied." It happened that while the great comedian and his company were Merchants A Miners Trans. Co. Vacation Trips "BY SEA" BALTIMORE: to JACKSONVILLE and return. «33.00 1700-Mile, 7-Day Trip. SAVANNAH and retnrn, 120.2(1 1500-Mile. 7-Day Trip Including meals and stateroom ac commodations. Through tickets to all points. Fine Bteamers. Best service. Wireless telegraph. Automobiles car- I ried. Send for booklet. |w. P. TURNER, G.P.A., Baltimore. Md. drug store listening to the reports made by the people making clear the reason why they regard these Quaker herb preparations as really something remarkable. One of the Interesting cases was that of Mrs. F. H. Parsons, who has been troubled with rheuma tism of the right foot for the last three months, and found it impossible to wear a shoe, owing to the swelling and soreness. "I tried several medicines, but with no results. I called on the Quaker Health Teacher, having heard of the wonderful effects of the Quaker Herb Remedies. I procured one bot tle of the Quaker Herb Extract and one of Oil of Balm, and secured al most instant relief. After three days' use I now wear my shoe as before." Thfe report of Mrs. P. H. Meehl, who resided at 786 Elm street, Manches ter. N. H. She had suffered for the last four years with what was sup posed to be a form of stomach or female trouble. She • procured one bottle of the Quaker Herb Extract on Monday and the following Wednesday at 2 p. m. expelled a monster tape playing this picture all of them were marooned off the shore of Venice, Cal.. and all of the members narrowly escaped drowning. This exciting ex perience doesn't detract from the comedy element of the picture for a minute, but it does look exciting in deed in places.—Adv. TWO WEEKS' SER\ ICES Special to The Telegraph Blatn, Pa., Oct. 7. Preaching ser vices will begin to-morrow evening in the Church of the Brethren at Three Springs and will continue each evening for a period of two weeks prior to the holding of the annual love feast ser vices October 23 and 24. The meet ings will be in charge of Elder David A. Foust, of Greencastle, Pa., assisted by the local minister, the Rev. David Roth. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON Sfecial to The Telegraph Dauphin, Pa.. Oct. B.—Mr. and Mrs. John Nye announce the birth of a son on Monday, October 4. r RUDOLPH K. SPICER ' FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 313 Walnut St. HARRISBURG, PA. V worm 53 feet in length, complete, and Is a well and healthy woman. TTiis was the cause of all her trouble. When stories like this are taken into consid eration it is not hard to account for the great reputation the Quaker Herb Remedies will make in this city. Gray says before three weeks passes he will have cures of catarrh, rheumatism, kidney, liver, stomach and blood trouble, indigestion, constipation, by the hundreds, for he knows the Quaker Herb Remedies possess the power to cure, and will expel all worms, no mattor what kind they may be. from man, woman or child. If you are afflicted with a tapeworm, or know any person that is, tell them to call on the Health Teacher at once. He will furnish them with a bottle of Quaker Extract that will expel it, absolutely free of charge. Now this is done in order to prove how easy and com pletely, without starving, dieting or anj 111 effect, Quaker does the work. Call to-day. It costs you nothing to talk. Call at Keller's Drug Store, 405 Market street.—Advertisement. < lAtmisewems THE STAGE Itoia CecJl O'Neill, creator of the Kewples has written a musical com edy both text and muslo. Of course, the Kewples figure In the piece, but only Incidentally. The piece will have Its New York appearance shortly. MOTION PICTTTRES The Paramount Film Corporation have secured the exclusive rights to film the Astor Cup Race. Ten camera men were at the track to as sure getting all of the interesting scenes that attend such an event. The film will be shown in fifty theaters In the east very shortly as a Paramount Special. Even though New York has seen "The Birth of a Nation" during a run that excels for length thai of any New York production: the film has been banned by the Ohio Censor Board. They fear that race prejudice would be the result of showing it there. MUSICAL Tgnace Jan Paderewski. who is giv ing in various cities, lecture recitals for the purpose of raising funds for the destitute people of his country will soon give a recital in Carnegie Hall, New York City. A few days ago he addressed the Polish National Conven tion in Schenectady. N. Y. John Mc Cormack a few days ago opened his season of concert tour at Lowell, Mass. His first Now York ap pearance will be in Carnegie Hall, Sunday. November 7. His tour this year will include the East and Middle West. As when he appeared here last season, his assisting artists will ba Donald Mcßeath. violinist, and Edwin Schneider, pianist. Madame Melba who will within a I few weeks be heard in this city, will give two benefit concerts in Canada, for the benefit of the Canadian Red Cross within the coming week. MADAME MELBA Who appears In concert at the Or pheum, Monday evening, October 26. Advertisement. ORPHEtM This evening—"The Monte Carlo Girls." To-morrow, matinee and night—Otis Skinner In "Cock o' the Walk." Tuesday evening onlv. October 12 Selwyn & Co. present "Under Cover." Wednesday, matinee and night, Ocl tober 13—" 111-Starred Babble," with June Congreve. OTIS SKI\.\EIt Henry Arthur Jones, the English dramatist, has written many interest ing plays for the stage, but he has never written a more delightful piece of satirical humor than the most re cent work, "Cock o' the Walk," which will be presented at the Orplieum to morrow. afternoon and evening, by Otis Skinner. In the character of "An thony Bellchamher," he has given Skinner a role which fits him per fectly. and one to which the star Is seen in his most happy mood—that of a devil-may-care Thespian vagabond, who charms with his extreme good na ture, and endears by his Ingratiating whimsicality.—Advertisement. FRANCES STARR On Monday evening, at the Orpheum, David Belasco will present Frances Starr in the latest Edward Knoblauch sucess. "Marle-Odile." The role that Miss Starr assumes Is that of a novice in an Alsatian convent, who has never been outside Its walls. The only men she has ever seen are an aged priest. Father Fisher, and old Peter, the eon j vent gardner. In her day-dreams she I has wondered if all men are like these two, only to find out that they are not when the convent is invaded by a squad of pillaging Uhlans, for it is dur ing the period of the Franco-Prussian War of 1870. The play then proceeds to show the development of the young girl's character when she is brought Into contact with these coarse out siders.—Advertisement. "UNDER COVER" "A play of adventure, a play of mys tery, a play of thrills"—these phrases accurately descrlhe "Under Cover," Kol Cooper Megrue's exciting modern melo drama which, direct from a run of one whole year at the Cort Theater. New York. Selwyn & Company will present at the Orpheum, Tuesday evening. Every now and then the cry is raised that "melodrama Is dead." only to have a play of this character which is plaus ible. gripping and maintains a con sistent love interest come along and es tablish itself securely as one of the popular successes of the season.—Ad vertisement. "11,1,-STARRF,n BABBIE" One Wednesday, matinee and night, "111-Starred Babble," with June Con t ■ "v Do You Feel Headachy? Look to Your Stomach It is an unusual thing for a druggist to sell medicine under a guarantee to refund the money if It does not cure. Yet this is the way that nearly every druggist In Harrlsbur™ is selling Mi-o na, the standard dyspepsia remedy. Druggists say that never before have they had so large a number of custo mers tell them that a medicine has been successful as with Ml-o-na. Peo ple who a few months ago suffered con tinually with their stomachs to-day are ruddy and vigorous with perfect diges tion and good health. They say Mi-o na did it. There no longer seems any need for anyone suffering or making their friends suffer on account of dyspepsia. Mi-o-na can always be relied upon. The percentage of success is so great that there is little risk In guarantee ing to return the money If the medi cine does not relieve. And all the best druggists stand ready to do so without any questions. Headaches, all forms of Indigestion, specks before the eves, dlziy feelings, poor sleep, ringing in the ears and all forms of liver trouble are helped bv Ml-o-na. A few days' treatment should show considerable gain In health, while a complete cure often follows rapidly. These days are the best In the whole year for the enjoyment of good health, and Mi-o-na will put you In such per fect condition that you can enjoy every minute of them. Sold and recommend ed by H. C. Kennedy and other leading .druggists.—Advertisement. < Pl A Few Convincing Reasons Why You ||| E®® Should Get Your Clothes Now ||jjj FIRST—By securing your winter outfit in the beginning of the || season, you will have the wear of it for the entire cold season. SEC- Pnß Eg OND—If you are not prepared to pay cash for your clothes, we offer RmM you the privilege of a charge account. You make your payments as igiiii you get paid and you do not feel the difference as you would if you UitiiUfl Bpaid cash all at one time. Our satisfied customers are our biggest as set and our prestige is the result of over twelve years of legitimate and square dealings in this town. Our various departments have been given the utmost care and we are confident of satisfying the most dis- Vffijjf criminating tastes. JglflHi mm J LADIES' SUITS 111 .V All the approved styles and materials of j the season. Some elaborately trimmed in One lot of short Sport Coats in plaids. All I LADIES' DRESSES » |pfpj \ serges ' crepe C^ines > poplins, f Complete Stock of LADIES' HATS |||9j ||g|j Furs, skirts, sweaters, waists and petti- jcin^j EpSS 1 GIRLS' and SSI H Men's Suits jupx S |l| and Overcoats ||ff All the season's fabrics and £5 shades are well represented. Your ■pH choice in suits of conservative or By ./ Nyvf/1\ 1|33 EmuS English models. In overcoats from MVK feUj the loose fitting balmacaan to the 0.1 and Overcoats • H We are particularly well pre- 111 |\ gljjp pared this season and our stocks aVe m ° re va " ety en ever * All """j t™ ill Ask for that s2 I4| i ili Boy's Suit. El ;|§j It's a peach. §T j§§ ■ SZ LIVINGSTON'S KB ft g HAVE IT 9 So. Market Sq. WANT IT S grieve In the title role, will be seen at the Orpheum Theater. The play Is a dramatization of the well-known novel of tho same name by W 111 W. Whalen. The company is an excellent one. Bart lev Gushing has staged the play with his usual careful attention to details. The play will a little later be seen in New York City for a run.—Advertise ment. CHARI/IE CHAPLIN IN "SHANG HAIED" AT THE REGENT TO DAY AND TO-MORROW To-day and to-mororw Charlie Chaplin will bo shown in his latest ancl best release, "Shanghaied," in two reels, at the RcKent. In every scene the Chaplin antics predominate, and when the action Is leading up to a thrill and one has set himself for a stirring climax he Is suddenly Jolted Into an uproar of laughter, which Is all the more spontaneous and hilarious because of the m.expectedness of the turn of affairs. Another attraction to-day will be "Jewel," which is directed by Lois Weber, author of "Hypocrites," featur ing Ella Hall, who lias the role of Jewel, the child In short dresses who visits the stern old grandfather, whoso heart was closed to all affection when It was closed to his erring sons and also to their families. To-morrow, one day only, the dis tinguished royal actress, Betty Nansen, In "The Doctor's Secret."—Adv. MAJESTIC VAUDEVILLE The quality of neutrality is being strained in Harrlsburg this week. Even they who boast of this liberal view of the European crisis are switch ing oft after being convinced by the fair femininity of Scotland at the Ma jestic that the "bonnie" isles must be right. These pretty and sprightly misses are Blair's Stirling Highland ers, who are offering a breezy arrange- j ment at »lnjrln*- dancing and music] t called "Echoes from Bonnie Scot -11 land." The comedy hit of the bill is a | comedy sketch featuring Georgia j F.arle in a playlei called "Getting Ac quainted." A real novelty in the way of a ventrlloquial offering is the one which Valentine Vox presents. Flood and Ernie, those versatile entertain . ers, and Nevins and Erwood, clever . blackface artists, complete the vaude ville program. Interesting moving pic ture features are included in the per ( formance as usual. —Advertisement. : -- i i Sure Way to Get [ Rid of Dandruff i ! There is one sure way that never fails to remove dandruff completely , and that is to dissolve it. This de \ stroys It entirely. To do this, just . get about four ounces of plain, or -1 dinary liquid arvon; apply It at night , when retiring; use enough to moisten i the scalp and rub it in gently with the : finger tips. By morning, moat If not all, of your j dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will com pletely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of it. no 1 matter how much dandruff you may j have. You will find, too, that all itching and digging of the scalp will stop instantly, and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times bet ter. You can get liquid arvon at any drug store It Is Inexpensive and four ounces is all you will need. This simple remedy has never been known i j[ to fail.—Advertisement I ■ Reduced Rates TO The New READING FAIR October 12-15 VIA Reading Railway Frequent special trains be | tween Franklin Street Station ! and Fair Grounds, stopping at Outer Station in each direction. Round trip fare 10 cents. THE Office Training School Kaufman Hide., 4 S. Market Sq. NOW IN SESSION Day School and Night School Call or aend for 32-page booklet-.- Bell phone 694-R.