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Our Announcement With to-morrow, Saturday, and continuing through this year 1915, we will sell $2.50 Shoe Values $1.98 $3.00 Shoe Values S2AB ••••• • • Hr $3.50 & $4.00 Shoe <t*} QQ Values at. . . . $4.00 &$4.50 Shoe ff 7 AO Values at. . . . iO These Shoes have style and wear. CHILDREN'S 50c, 75c, 98c, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $1.98 A Splendid Opportunity For Shoe Buyers To-morrow "SHOES THAT WEAR" 20th Century Shoe Co. South Market Square Argus Staff Strawride Next Friday Evening A meeting of the Central High school Argus staff was held at the home of Howell Becht, 231 North Second street last night. A short business session was held for the purpose of discussing plans for the next Argus which ap pears about the loth of November. Plans for a strawride were also dis cussed and Bolting Springs was de cided upon as the destination. It will be held next Friday afternoon and I evening. Refreshments were served to the following members of the staff: Lucile Smucker, Margaret Wingeard, Sara Morgan, Helen Ferguson, Homer Kreider, William Kay, Thomas Cald well, Marlin Geiger, Harry Mell, I George Slothower and Howell Becht. 1 (Other social items, pages 7 and 8.) The Shop For Every Woman THE WOMAN SHOP is the store that makes universal appeal for that it does the greatest good to the greatest number. It has filled an urgent need. It is supplying the best moderate priced apparel for the verv least cost. It is a shop of fair dealing, of courtesy, of helpfulness. No retail establishment can possibly offer more. How manv can offer as much? Ch Falf Suits Beant!ful Every style taste can be K||icli ( fiatc iSL. suited. Every figure can lUOII VUdld ° f °" e No advance in price »t VPiglfgli cia°tv Alteration" free" " the Woman Shop." We mCfr ITS ' SIO.OO PUSH d»l4 QQ J Values up to SIB.OO C <>ATS M BIIITe - V allies up to $22.50 wfIWHtSKI at ,ts ,5- coats sis.ss MMm 1 alues up to 8_2.00 Values up to $27.50 /EBB jH SF 1 *- SIB.OO •. $22.88 IBmm Values up to 825.00 Values up to $30.00 stunning Silk Pretty Wash Women'* Cloth Women'* Cloth Waist*. Waist*, Coat*, nnd SllkDre**r*, SI.BB 88* $6.88 V aK to aI 'S2 S 9B, P t0 XalU »l"sn. P t0 Val $10.00? t0 woof e sergt. and Crepe de Chine. Tub Silks, Or- Pretty mixtures, popllnf'' ""hand^ Taffetas, Tub gandles, voiles, convertible rnl- somely trim- Sllk, etc. Every etc. Newest Fall converuD e col- me<J Y A JJ r ' n ™ new style and styles. Sizes up lars. Belted ef- shades and shade. All sixes, to 50 bust. fects. All sizes, black. All sizes. ( SCHMIDT'S Saturday SPECIALS 49c FRESH CUT 49c Dozen Roses and Carnations Dozen SCHMIDT 313 Market Street FLORIST Penna. R.r! Station FRIDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH OCTOBER 29, 1915 HALLOWE'EN SOCIAL Members of the C. O. V. E. class ! of the Lemoyne Church of Christ will I give a Hallowe'en social to-morrow evening in the church. An interest ing and appropriate program has been arranged for the event. Miss Minnie Lehman, of Swatara Hill, Middletown. is spending some time in Harrisburg visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Mary Fahs, of York, has re turned home after a visit with Mrs. Elizabeth Rose, 411 North Second | street. Miss Susanna Fleming, 111 State street, has returned from California. She brought as her guest Miss Cuttler ' of New York. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Meredith, 809 Green street, Mrs. Samuel A. Hench, 807 Green street, and Arthur R. Mere dith of Buffalo, motored to Elizabeth town on Wednesday. fersonaKsDooS3 TWO CONTESTANTS IN D. A. R. ESSAY CONTEST i _______________ 1 Hp# I MARJORIE HAUSE JEANETTE CLASTER The annual D. A. R. essay contest for the Senior girls of Central High School was concluded late this afternoon when Marjorie Hause, Jeanette (.'lus ter and Ethel Fisher delivered orations on "Old Harrisburg." These girls were selected from a group of more than a score at the preliminary contest several weeks ago and have been awarded prizes. The program this afternoon follows: March, High School orchestra; prayer, the Rev. L,. S. Mudge, pastor of Pine Street Presbyterian; reading of third prize -winning essay by Miss Ethel Fisher; chorus by school choir: sec ond prize winning essay by Miss Jeanette Claster; selection hv the orchestra; reading of first prize winning essay by Miss Marjorie Hause:'music by Senior Girls' Glee Club; presentation of prizes by Miss Helen Bruce Wallace; hymn; benediction and march by orchestra. BUSINESS GIRLS CAST CARE ASIDE Enjoy Themselves at Y. W. C A. Masquerade Forty Join Class A delightful masquerade party was given in the Y. W. C.. A. building last evening by the Business Girls" Gymna sium Class, all of whom are members of the Y. W. C. A. The committee in charge of arrangements had the hall tastefully and effectively decorated with bobgobblins, pumpkin lanterns, witches and cats, and the success of the party was due largely to their efforts. The fun was started with the initia tion of the forty new members of the class, who were dressed in pretty green Yama Yatna suits. A delight ful program followed, featuring Miss Pollack in a Spanish dance. Misses Edwards and Smith in several duets in coon dialect, and closing with the singing of the class songs, with Miss Ella Yost accompanying on the piano. Refreshments consisting of ginger cookies and cider were served, and prizes were given to the new girls in fun making contests. Among the many fine costumes, the following were conspicuous for their cleverness: Miss Marjorie Boiles, Phy sical Instructor, as a merry widow; Misses Kit Morgan and Margaret Turner as monkey and accordion player; Miss Elizabeth Killinger in a black and white clown suit. Miss Mar garet Pollack as a Spanish dancer, Miss Pearl Yohn as an Indian maid, Miss Marjorie Wahl as the Queen of Hearts, Miss Mauk as night, Miss Clara Wolf as a colonial dame. Miss Esther Smith as a Minstrel Man, Miss Mabel Edwards as a black face tramp, Miss Mabel Thorn as a Turkish girl. Miss Bertha Turner, Class President, as Lord Kauntleroy; Miss Anna Brenne man as a demure country Miss, Miss Ella Yost as an artist and Miss Bertha Motter as an Indian girl. William Riddle of the State Health department left this morning: for South America. He will be gone sev eral months. Mr. and Airs. M. F. Bingham, of Chesapeake Farms, along the eastern shore of Maryland, slopped off here with friends for several days on their way home from Chicago. John Edmondson, of Regina street, is at the Polyclinic Hospital suffering from appendicitis. The members of the P. O. of A. lodge will hold a masquerade party Monday evening. The members will meet at the home of Mrs. Mary Ross, 2016 North Seventh street, to be taken by auto trucks to New Kingston, where they will hold the masquerade party. Tuesday they will enjoy an outing at the farm of Mrs. Ross' mother, re turning to Harrisburg Tuesday even ing. Mrs. Annie Davis, of 2122 North Seventh street, has left for Mapleton, Pa., where she will visit at the home of her son. Harry Davis. Mrs. A. 1. Jones and children have returned to their home. 1632 Derry street, after visiting Mrs. Jones' par ents at Jackson, Pa. Mrs. Carrie Machamer and Mrs. Mary Br.vson, of Harrisburg, have re turned home after a brief visit to Philadelphia. The Silver Star Council, Daughters of Liberty, entertained their members with a unique masquerade pie social in Kennard's Hall, Third and Broad streets, last, evening. Refreshments were served to ninety-seven of their members, who were masked in all sorts of quaint costumes. Mrs. E. T. Steel, of Mechanicsburg, has returned from Washington, where she spent some time at the Paul In stitute. Sirs. Raymond Cook and daughter Martha, of 1410 Thompson street, are visiting relatives at Enola and Halifax. Mrs. A. P. Antrim and daughter. Miss Margaret, and son. Hob, of Parkesburg, have returned home after visiting relatives in Harrisburg. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Market Square Presbyterian Church has planned a masquerade social, to be held this evening. The social committee promises that it will be a jolly Hallowe'en event for those members who attend and of course t is hoped that all the members will come and have a part in the fun. The masqueraders will leave the church promptly at 7 o'clock and will be con ducted by the "ghosts of the past" to a "weird and spooky" place of merry making. Mrs. Mary Burns, of Dilisburg, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Grace Watson, 418 Herr street. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Fager, of 1216 Markt street, announce the birth of a son, George Philip Fager, at the Polyclinic Hospital, October 24, 1915. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ijebo, 1625 Car nation street, announce the birth of a daughter, Vivian Elizabeth Ijebo, Oc tober 28, 1915. Before her marriage, Mrs. T.ebo was Sadie Elizabeth Reefer, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. J. A. ' Keefer of Millorsburg. MUST HAVE IT UP THEIR SLEEVE Members of Committee Refuse • to Divulge Particulars of C. E. Society Party Members of the Christian Endeavor of Pine Street Presbyterian church are completely up in the air about a "stunt" which will take place to-night, according to rumors. Last Sunday evening they were given instructions to prepare for a Hallowe'en party this evening, to be held somewhere. But no more would the committee tell. I he instructions were brief, indeed. Report at the Market street bridge at five minutes of seven." Surprises of all sorts including the usual ghostly scares have probably been arranged tor the crowd, but the committee members only smile when they are asked for particulars. At least fifty members and friends of the society are expected to be present. REV. C. E. BOCGHTER IS TENDERED RECEPTION The Rev. C. E. Boughter, for five years pastor or Neldig Memorial at Oberlin who was appointed to the First United Brethren Church, was given a reception last night in the social rooms of the church. Upwards of 200 of the members of the congregation were present. C. R. Engle, 2X56 Penn street, was mas ter of ceremonies. Speakers were Henry Burn, 313 South Front street, for the congregation; Alonza Leh man, 918 Green street, for the Sunday school; Mrs. Lizzie Quigley, for the Ladies Aid Society, and Mrs. Dewitt A. Fry for the Woman's Missionary Association. The pastor responded. Mrs. Boughter was presented with a large bouquet, after which every member present was introduced to the pastor and wife and daughter, Miss Dorothy. Ice cream, cake and coffee was served. J. H. Frantz and family, 1701 North Third street, have returned to this city for the winter, after spending sev eral months at their cottage near Dauphin. Mrs. William Hackman, of Elkhart, Ind., is visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Lose, 805 Green street. The Misses Frances and Emily Bailey are home after a visit with Miss Sarah Hastings at Bellefonte. • :| Fur Trimmed I j: ====== \ Suits and Coats Ji It will pay you to call and J inspect our new display of "5 5 women's suits and coats % J rich. handsome models, f / warm as toast. Beautiful ? < designs in plush and fur- £ £ trimmed to be sold at ex- i J eeptionally reasonable prices, p 5 Special sale on fur-trim- p $ med suits, sls to $28.50 J ? Coats, of mixed heavy ma- 5 t terials, for street and general f % wear $5 to sls £ I 810 N. Third St. jj TOUPEES GENTLEMEN If you have lost your hair why not remedy the defect. let us make you one of our new Toupees, detection Im possible. Fit and match guaranteed. Send for new price list. We give free with every order for our |4 Toupee, an Imported glas.s stand to put your Tou pee on Insuring its shape. Write ug now. WRLI.KS MISTRATAR * CO. 158 Main St.. Rochester. .V \. THE KAISER'S ARMY! See it on the firing line and in maneuver in Robersorts GERMANY —AND THE WAR TONIGHT CHESTNUT ST. 8:15 AUDITORIUM Presented by The Harrisburg YOU WILL wonderful motion pictures of scenes at the front—artillery in action, in fantry charging, sharp-shooters firing, the kaiser's army in Warsaw, intimate view of General von Hindenberg with staff, the kaiser leaving for the front, war spirit in Berlin, crowds about the war maps and bulletin boards, the arrival of wounded, battleships, submarines, dreadnaughts, Zeppe lins, artillery and infantrv. BEAUTIFUL COLORED VIEWS of Poland and Warsaw, the great German cities, the palaces and castles, the interesting places, peoples, customs and costumes and the lovely mountain scenery of Bavaria. A Lively talk on the war! SATURDAY EVENINO "BELGIUM iK HOLLAND" BELGIUM AS IT WAS! A tour in times of peace over this picturesque land and a glimpse of it as it is to-day. Visit Liege, N amur, Ostend, Brussels, Antwerp and the other places about which battl.es have raged and go for a de lightful journey over quaint Holland—land- of dykes, windmills and flowers. CUP THE TELEGRAPH COUPON! ADMISSION—IOc with coupon on first page of the Telegraph 25c for seat in reserved section—admission included 25c Seats on sale in advance at the Telegraph Office, n ITTTVT A* MON. EVE., "California and the Exposition" COMING NEXT WEEK THURS. EVE., "Ireland and Scotland"