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SOLOIST AT WEDNESDAY CLUB CONCERT Mr*&t> *% ■» ■L_ * k-fy " JBP§ • v. <Ay MARY JORDAN, Contralto ARTISTS CONCERT THURSDAY NIGHT (Mary Jordan and Ernest Huteheson Presented by Wednesday Club The Wednesday c.lub will open its neaaon on Thursday evening. October 14. with an artists concert at Fahnes tock Hall, presenting Miss Mary Jor dan. contralto of the Century Opera Company, and Ernest Huteheson, pianist, an artist of uncommon versa tility All classes of members are pledged to attend this great musical "ent on presentation of their meu-Wership tickets, while the general public pays an admissioti at the door. The program will include "Sonata in J> Flat Minor," with four movements, Chopin: Mr. Huteheson. Aria, "O, Don Fatale," Verdi, Miss Jordan, a "3 Momens Musicals: b "Marche Mili taire," (arranged by Tausig) Schu bert. a "Naeht und Traume," Schu bert; b "Drei Zigeunerlieder," Brahms; c "Waldesgesprach." Schu mann: Miss Jordan. "Alhoniz," Triana; a "Jardins Sous la Pluie" and "Minstrels," De Llussy. Mr. Hutehe son. a "My Star," Beach; b "The Grey Wolf." Burleigh: c "Long Ago," Bay ley; d "War," Rogers. "Moto Perpe- Ino." Alkan-MacDowell, Mr. Hutehe son. Miss Edythe Evans will accom pany Miss Jordan. IN CRAWFORD COUNTY George T. Nolan of 1428 North Sixth street left on a bridge view at Muddy Creek, Crawford county, hav ing been appointed by the Dauphin county courts. Mrs. Hamilton D. Homier, of North Third street is home after an extended visit to Bellefonte. Miss Elva Cameron of Marietta, left for home to-day after visiting Miss Mary Mitchell at Beaufort Farms. Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Lutz, of 309 North Second street, are taking an automobile trip to Philadelphia and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jordan Hall attended the great game in Philadel phia yesterday. Kußl TORIC LENSES arc oval shaped, they give a wide range of vision! Let us make your Glasses TORIC to-day. Exclusive Optical Store 205 LOCUST ST. Opp. Orpheum Eyes Examined (no drops). All Work Guaranteed. FURS Ready - to - Wear Made - to - I Order and Remodeled. lirntlemrii'a Fur-lined Coats. Skins for Millinery Purposes. R. Gerstner PRACTICAL FI'RRIF.R ils l.oeust St. Opp. Post Office FRANK WIEGER, Jr. Teacher of Violin Graduate of Harrlsburg Conserva tory. Pupil of Dana's Musical In stitute. U27 Jf. Front St., STEELTOJf, PA. "-V Dr. Keim Dentist Removed to Kunkel Building Third and Market Sts. - SATURDAY EVENING, BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR A LITTLE BOY Happy Youngsters Help Cele brate Second Anniversary of Howard Skiles, Jr. ■B ■ UpWWB 1 . . IV A '< * .I"" \ jH I mm - a. l • The second birthday of Howard Skiles, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. How ard Skiles of 181 North Fifteenth street, was merrily celebrated with a children's party, the guests including: Catherine Baum, Geraldine Baiira, Loretta Soutter, Ruth Stevens, Mable Potteiger. Dorothy Lau, Margaret Hol bert, Catherine Holbert, Meda Wilt, Mary Wilt, Mary King, Mable Doyle, Fay Scheaffer, Howard Baum, How ard Skiles, Orlo Spangler, Charles King and James Lau. Mrs. A. Pottei ger, Mrs. J. J. King, Mrs. Spangler, Mrs. C. 13. Baum, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Skiles. Miss Lizzie Skiles and Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Skiles assisted in entertain ing. Asters and cosmos decorated the rooms and supper was served with the table centerpiece a large cake decorated with two tall candles, light ed by the young host, resting on a py ramid of fruit. Miss Martha Elmer Fleming has Kone to Poughkeepsie, N. Y., to at tend the fiftieth anniversary celebra tion at Vassar College, her alma mater. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rodgers have returned home to Baltimore after a week's stay among relatives in this city. . Miss Laura Grant and Miss Faith Grant of Washington are visiting their aunt. Mrs. Richard F. Grey of Market street. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gordon and little son, Alvard Gordon of Brooklyn, spent the week with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thatcher Deane of State street. Miss Helen Goodwin Hammond, physical instructor at the Hope Farm school, Burbank, N. J.,"is in town for a few days. Mrs. M. E. Etka of Mifflintown ts visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. Ruth Marshall at 1332 North Second street. Mrs. W. H. Balsley has returned home to Altoona after visiting her sister, Mrs. Fratik E. Commings of North Fourth street. Mr. Balsley also imade a brief stay in town. Mrs. E. F. Eyde and daughter, Miss Anna Eyde, 1504 Walnut street, have : returned from Philadelphia. MONTH IN CALIFORNIA ! Miss Hattie C. Jamison of 128 Wal nut street is spending a month with her brother, E. E. Jamison, in Berke ley, Cal.. visiting the exposition and other points of interest. A DETERMINED WOMAN' Finally Found n Food That Helped Her "When I first read of the remark | able effects of Grape-Nuts food, I de j termined to secure some," says a Mo. l woman. "At that time theie was none j kept in this town, but my husband or dered some from a commercial traveler. "I had been greatly afflicted with sudden attacks of cramps, nausea, and vomiting. Tried all sorts of remedies and physicians, but obtained only temporary relief. As soon as I be gan to use Grape-Nuts the cramps disappeared and have never return ed. "My old attacks of sick stomach' were a little slower to yield, but by continuing the food, that trouble has disappeared entirely. I am to-day perfectly well, can eat anything and everything I wish, without paying the penalty that I used to. We would not keep house without Grape-ftTuts. "My husband was so delighted with the benefits I received that he has been recommending Grape-Nuts to his customers and has built up a very large trade on the food. He sells it to many of the leading physicians of the county, who recommend Grape- Nuts very generally. There is some satisfaction in using a really scienti fically prepared food." "There's a Reason." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Kver read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. Tliey are genuine, true, and full of human interest.—Advertisement. NANCY CAMPBELL'S FETE IN COUNTRY Children Enjoy Hallowe'en Fun Out of Doors at the Seven Maples Little Miss Nancy Campbell, daugh ter of Mr.-and Mrs. John Campbell of Walnut street had a party yesterday afternoon from 2:30 to 5:30 o'clock at the Campbell country place, "Seven Maples," New Cumberland. All sorts of Hallowe'en games were played and tea was served on the porch at small tables, each with a Jack O'Lantern centerpiece. On the lawn there was a wierd looking tent covered with black cats, bats and little witches. Inside there was a real live witch stirring a big cauldron which bubbled over with gifts for the children. Mrs. E. Z. Gross and Miss Mar garetta Rutherford, with several of the mpthers helped entertain the guests, among whom were: Mary Fager, Elizabeth Fager, Bailey Brandt, Jr., Anna Brandt, Carol Brandt, Eliza beth Shearer, Louise Meiley, Blake and Jack Bent, Katharine Meredith, William Thornton, John and William Pearson, Jr., Charles and Virginia Fox, Mary Church, Thelma Kuhn, Jane oimstead, Dick McCarthy, Avis Anne Hickok, Winifred Meyers, Eliza beth Mac Donald, Suzanne Rutherford, John Elder, Elaine Hibler, Louise Bailey, Helen and Grazia Mac Donald, Betty Benjamin, Eleanor Bailey, Su zanna Maguire, Harriet and Henry Gilbert, John and Boas Maguire, Chris tine Brandt, Spencer Hall, Henry and Florence Hamilton, Gertrude and Dorothy Hosford, Cecelia Kunkel, Louise Hickok, Befty Oenslager, Har riet Witman, Sara Ingram, Beatrice Walker, Nancy Campbell and John and Ned Campbell. Paxton Valley Club Will Hunt Chestnuts Paxtang, Pa.. Oct. !>. Members of the Paxton Valley Club will "a-chest nutin' go" next Saturday, according to a decision reached last evening at a meeting of the organization in the borough sclioolhouse. A committee was appointed to arrange plans and select a place. It is believed the party will go to Roundtop, near Hummels town, where there is a large chestnut grove. Plans for a Hallowe'en party which will probably be held on October 30 were discussed. This is one of the club's annual events and will be held In a vacant house if one can be se cured, in order that the party can be made all the more "spooky." The club members talked over plans for the proposed clubhouse but no de cision was reached. At the close of the business session last evening, refreshments were served. Mrs. and Mrs. J. L. Santamaria and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McDonald of North Fifteenth street, motored to Philadel phia to-day for a week-end stay. Mrs. Charles J. Wood, Jr., and her mother, Mrs. William Plnkney Ham ilton, spent yesterday with Mrs. Wil liam Reed at Hummelstown. Mrs. Carroll Burkholder of Worm leysburg, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Spitzer at Chicago. Frank E. Commings of 14 Notrh Fourth street spent several days at the York fair. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mutzebaugh of York who were guests of friends at Duncannon their former home, during the week, are guests to-day of Mrs. Frank F. Stevick at 1019 North Third street. Mrs. Gilbert M. Oves of 1214 North Second street is giving a bridge lunch eon next Wednesday in compliment to Miss Helen Miller, a coming bride. Bishop Darlington has gone to New ark. N. J., to preach for his son, the Rev. Henry V. B. Darlington, rector of St. Barnabas Church. David F. Ahn, of 425 Muench street, quietly celebrated his 82d birthday yesterday, enjoying a family reunion and dinner. Mrs. Frank W. Jackson has gone to Louisville, Ky., for a permanent resi dence. SOUTH AMERICAN VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Roger Reynolds and daughter Virginia, of Buenos Ayrea, S. A., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Waters, Cameron Extension. Mr. Reynolds represents Standard Oil in South America and has been North with his family since June. They are returning home early in November. Mrs. Joseph Hume McClintock is on a pleasure trip to New York and up the Hudson. • Mr. and Mrs. Duane Richards of Glasgow, Scotland, are visiting their niece, Mrs. Harper Thome of State street. Vance C. McCormick gave a lunch eon to-day at the Country Club of Harrisburg in honor of Miss Walton and Harold Walton of East Orange, N. J. Mrs. J. C. Eckel of Pittsburgh is vis iting Miss Olive Jamison at 231 North Second street. MEET AFTER 42 YEARS Thomas H. Ritchie of Montesano, Wash., and F. R. Ritchie of Portland, Ore., are visiting O. F. Allan Conner and daughter, Miss Ida Conner, of Fifth street. The men are cousins of i Mr. Conner and they have not met | each other for 4 2 years. Mrs. Frederick Shea and small sons have returned home to Narberth after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cle ment B. Johnson at 913 North Second street. Mrs. Edwin J. Decevee is expected home this evening after spending two weeks in New York and Philadelphia. Mrs. William C. Dunbar of St. Mary's, who is visiting relatives in town is home after a little., visit in Lancaster. Miss Edith Walton and Harold Wal ton, of East Orange, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Hall, 1601 North Front street. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stewart and family have gone to Ardmore, after visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stewart, |in Old Orchard. Mrs. John S. Vaughn of 14 South Fourth street, has returned home after spending three months in At lantic City and Now York. MONDAY MEETING ANNOUNCED BY THE MEADE \Y. C. T. U. A meeting of <he Meade W. C. T. U. will be held Monday evening. October 11 at 7.30 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. Clayton A. Smucker, 1311 Vernon street. "Work for the Coming Year" will be discussed and reports of the recent W. C. T. U. State conference held at York made by tho delegates, Mrs. William H. Young and Miss Hackenberg. The president, Mrs. J. H. Kasc, desires a full attendance of members. (Additional Personals Page 11,) HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH | AST RICH S ! I Another Rousing Big Sale This Monday | | Which Should Crowd Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT All Day As It 1 g Never Was Before, if People Know Anything About Values % | Let These Prices Talk! 1 We Promise to Give You the Greatest Surprise You Ever Heard Of | THIS SALE WILL START AT 9 O'CLOCK SHARP I New Silk Velvet New Ostrich H ROSES Pompon Effects |j in i In white and black and Sj |g All the finest : ' \ rg . actual W tf-jl colors, worth v - i ®o nn 7C„. M J /&(Y i"' L» tr&eeQwm * '.- Ki >. x v "\ values $2.00. 5k I S MOD<I " MHt" .f New««l designs. | 53 mW JsamKW / '•-* * / xpv Monday only 5^ ■ y X«t I i|y All Entire New Lot Bought Special 4? E Ms % For This Sale— M | jg &§r JT I POSITIVELY WORTH $3.98 TO 1 II jW . This Monday Only For no M tfS wi \ Large Sailor Shape in an endless vari- V I i/0 Vf'A ety every hat of latest model. You I pW §J wi ll hardly believe that this is the price M A ' W4 ¥ Rrf * when you see the quality. • - KA p w - No. 2 ffi I r FINE SILK HATTERS' I I / Wl"'. PLUSH SAILOR SHAPES I I I Positively Worth $3.98, This Monday tl Qfi 'if g GSR ' \ W Newest and large broad brim Gainsbury shapes.. 12 styles to I ||| ImM select from—quality and finish all the very finest. This is an un- ■ a ===: 'Wj 's>, g| Igj precedented bargain. WE ADVISE YOU TO COME EARLY. MM % m Hi Another Lot of o*ll If 1 - II M § | ffl Large Lyons Silk Velvet Hats Velvet Hats || \pl This Monday the Last Time *^ s g,sj ;§j : 1 $1.44 98c # 1 ® WA •*, T7 , • u- WORTH $2.00 and $2.50. fiffl, ffl I\ # 1 S H newest shapes. to select from—larger than ever. Almost a Jw §§ \&|> carload of hats in this lot. || 4k Silk Velvet Turbans Silk Plush Hatg M 1 M Gold andm, and Tricorne Hats With velvet brims -«««- Jk? New Fur jl Silver An unusual variety, includ- hapes and laige jJtfh/' OmdlTlSntS W .t_ crush crown Sailors- VI liaillclll3 m I Flowers Int „4 ft ar "°« h « *.* ' J? whu«, i,™™, w«k 1 ' and Ornaments Monday, Monday, c^nc^'^a » exquis- p Latest novelties,actual C 1 A A Q6/» 75c, MonSy' 1 | value7scg||\ A/ v i '-, 39c 39c | | MondayßargainsinOurGarmentSections | P essa^ne Petticoats Cloth Skirts Extra Size Petticoats If h|| * Cloth Skirts, of serge, cheviot One special lot of extra size j|| All colors, all sizes, regular effects and novelty cloths, full petticoats in splendid quality ||| $3.49 value new styles just received; blacks black taffeta, also in colored mes- |§j j|| and colors, regular $3.49 value salines, regularly $4.00 value || Monday only, at $2.19 Special, at $1.98 Monday, at $2.98 I Miss Bromall Hostess to the Hill Mack Club The Hill Mack Club was delight fully entertained last evening at the home of Miss Helen Broomall, 2319 North Sixth street. The officers for the coming year were elected. After the routine business the Mack's ritual was performed. A buffet luncheon was served by the hostess. The Macks are alumnae of the Central High school class of 19X5. The purpose of the club, which has Just been organized will not be made public. The Macks are Helen Broom - all, Lena Marcus, Blanche Minnlg, Alice Barker. Hope Eyster, Margaret King, Claudine Melville, Ivy Friedman, Kathryn Gamble, Leah Kiavans. M. MALL Ladies' Tailor, 266 Herr St. Is showing complete Fall and Win ter styles and materials for Ladles' Suits. Our prices are extromely rea sonable. mmmm __ mmmmmmt — mmmmmmwmmmmj CLASSES IN LANGUAGES Spanish, French, German and Eng i ligh classes -will open at the Young Woman's Christian Association the week of October 18. Both beginners and advanced classes are scheduled in 1 all of tlieso languages and the time to register is now. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Melick of McVeytown were in the city for a brief stay during the week. 'TWO SONG RECITALS^ —by— Jane Tuttle Dramatic Soprano and Assisting Artists Fahnestock Hall Y. M. C. A. BUILDING SECOND AND LOCUST STS. Oct. 11-12 (Monday-Tuesday) 8:15 P. M., 1918. Single Admission. One Dollar OCTOBER 9, 1915. S!Save This Coupon for j The American Government * AND The Panama Canal I BY FREDERIC J. HASKIN | THS BOOKS THAT SHOW UNCLE SAM AT WORK. • THE HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH | HOW TO GET THESE BOOKS—Cut this coupon from six t* consecutive Issues of this paper and pr<«e"t them at our office W with 98 cents, to cover the cost of production and handling. I Fifteen cents extra If sent by mall. SOME FACTS ABOUT THEBE BOOKS—Both ar« the I same size and bound exactly alike In heavy clotli. Each has I about 400 pases printed on line book paper. Both are pro- I fusely llluatnted with official etchings, drawings and maps. • OUR GUARANTEE —This la not a money-making propo- Y • sltlon. We are distributing these patriotic books at cost I solely because of their educational merit.