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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NEWS 17TH BIRTHDAY OF MISS BRICRER This Hummelstown Girl Has a Merry Celebration on the Happy Occasion The seventeenth birthday of Miss Bessie Brlcker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bricker was merrily cele brated at their Hummelstown home. Autumn 'flowers and foliage decor ated the house and the supper table had a large basket of roses as a cen terpiece. Music, dancing and a late supper were enjoyed by the following buests: Miss Elsie Espenshade. Oleda I-in gle, Natla Fasnacht, Kathryn Page, Beatrice Page, Anna Stout, Edith Brantner, Kathryn Ulrich.Anna Spang ler, Bessie Bricker, Virginia Bricker, the Rev. Meixell, Harry Brantner, Da vid Landis Norman Ludrich, John Zimmerman, Paul Linder, Earl Line baugh, Harry Spangler, Mrs. Katie Bricker, Mrs. Peter Spangler, Mrs. Harriet Brandt of Middletown, Mrs. George Crammer, Mrs. Joseph Briclt- V er. Harry Bricker, Mrs. Sarah Bonce, Mrs. Mary Eckenroth. Those from Harrisburg were Miss Margaret Brick er, Miss Billy Burton, Miss Edna Sny der, Miss Frances Welsh. Mrs. Irvin Reel, Mrs. Joseph Hess, Harold Moy er, Andrew Zarker Tim Kirk, Irvin Reel, Joseph Hess, Mack Ambrose, Master George Bricker and Mr. and Mrs. George Bricker. SHEPHERDS OF BETHLEHEM HOLD SPECIAL MEETING A special meeting of Lodge N0.300f the Shepherds of Bethlehem will be held at Shutzenbaugh's Hall. Broad and Fulton street, this evening. This is an important meeting of the order and the commander urges a large at tendance. Important matters and work for the Fall will be arranged and planned. Mrs. Madeline Taylor, the commander, will preside at the meeting. How to Lose Your Tan, Freckles or Wrinkles A day's motoring, an afternoon on the tennis ground or golf links, a sun bath on the beach or exposure on a sea trip, often brings on a deep tan or vivid crimson or, more perplexing still, a vigorous crop of freckles. A very neces sary thing then is mercolized wax, which removes tan, redness or freckles quite easily. It literally peels off the affected skin—Just a little at a time, so there's no hurt or injury. As the skin comes off in almost invisible flaky particles, no trace of the treatment is shown. Get an ounce of mercolized wax at your druggist's and use this nightly as you would cold cream, wash ing it off mornings. In a week or so you will have an entirely new skin, beautifully clear, transparent and of a most delicate whiteness. Wrinkles, so apt to from at this sea son, may be easily and quickly remov ed by bathing the face in a solution of powdered saxolite, 1 oz., dissolved in witch hazel, % pt. This is not only a valuable astringent, but has a bene ficial tonic effect also.—Advertisement. Kellberg Amateur Finishing Careful, painstaking de veloping and finishing— Velox paper the best money can buy—used ex clusively— In short everything is done to get the best re ' suits from your films. We'll be glad to discuss with you any problems of amateur photography with which you may be confronted. Kellberg Studio 302 MARKET ST. or Beauty's ' ? Curls - Face Creams, Lo £ rTnr" 3 "" tions, Buff • "* ers. Vanity Cases and fancy Pins, all at Half Price. Must be sold by September 4th on account of removal to new quarters. Mrs. 0. Weber 116 South Second St. Pianoforte Teacher LAURA R. APPELL Graduate New England Conservatory. Boston, Mass. Honor graduate Faolten Pianoforte School. Boston. Mass. Afterwards studied six years with the virtuoso pianist, Mme. Szumowska. The modern technique developing artistic playing, clearly illustrated to pupils. LESSONS WILL BE RESUMED SEPTEMBER 11 STUDIO 104 BOAS STREET . Harrisburg Conservatory of Music (INCORPORATED) 21st Season Students Now Enrolling Instructions in all branches of music. 200 students have our diploma. We endeavor to secure positions for our graduates. A new musical kindergarten in charge of a specialist has been introduced. Children and beginners in piano playing especially solicited. We have a special teacher's course. All lessons are private. Free lectures recitals and talks to children. Diplomas upon graduation. Send or call for our catalog or phone 573-J Bell. ST. J. DECEVEE, Proprietor 607 N Second Street. THURSDAY EVENING, LOCAL FOLKS AT BEDFORD SPRINGS Famous Old Resort Attracts Many Motor Parties From All Over the Country Special to the Telegraph Bedford Springs, Pa., Aug. 30.—This famous old resort, which has attracted for more than a hundred years many prominent people, is closing the most successful season in its long history. Motorists from all parts of the country have made this one of their chief points and the number of automobiles to be seen about the hotel suggests a rgeat fair or exposition almost every day. Many of the tourists are learn ing of the William Penn Highway and it is not unusual to hear parties tell of their plans to go over the new cross-state road. Guests from other states speak enthusiastically of fhe Pennsylvania roads and manifestly a great stream of tourist travel is turning toward the hills and valleys of this State. Among the recent Harrisburg guests at the Bedford Springs Hotel have been Judge and Mrs. George Kunkel, Dr. and Mrs. William E. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stackpole, Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings and their sons, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lynch and Miss Lynch and others. # Complimentary Party to John McKee of Conn. The Misses Bonsall gave a farewell party at their home. 62 6 Verbeke street, for John McKee, a student of Yale University, who is leaving for his home in New Haven, Conn., after vis iting relatives here. Games and music were enjoyed, Charles Cohen sand several soles and Erie E:vans gave flute numbers with Miss Daisy Reed at the piano, and a buffet supper was served. The guests wished Mr. McKee a pleasant home ward journey and he mace a clever Utile speech expressing his apprecia tion of the many good times arranged for his pleasure by Harrisburg friends. The party included the Misses Mil dred Harvey, Marietta Branyan, Mary Mead, Alice Boyles, Mildred Culp, Eliz abeth Hinkle, Daisy Reed, Margaret Moeslein, Grace Stoner. Nellie Bon sall. Helen Raysor, Margaret Banks, Ruth Bonsall. Margaret Fornwald, Bessie, Bonsall, Emma Hailbrun and Irene Bonsall. Samuel Mead, John McKee, Paul Meredith. R. Metz, Ed win Lowe, Charles Porter, Eric Evans, Charles Cohen, "Jake" Kinnard, Her bert Wolfe, Ralph Sterner. Luther Snyder, Mifflin, Mrs. Frank Gray, Mrs. F. Ruth Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Or lando Bonsall. Mrs. James C. Thompson of 2039 North Second street is spending some time in West Philadelphia, Pa., as the guest of Mrs. Clinton G. Heyd. Mrs. Harry Himes of 20 41 Penn street is visiting friends in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Miller, of 636 Har ris street, with Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Miller, of Newport, are home after a week's trip to Asbury Park and New York city. Miss Amy C. Black, of State street, is visiting Mrs. Harry Ambler, of North Second street, at her summer home in Chelsea, N. J. .•Mrs. Herbert D. Crozier and daugh ter, Miss Louise Crozier, of Lansdowne, Pa., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Solin, of North Front street. Mrs. William Henderson, 25 North Front street, is expected home in a day or two from Watch Hill, Mass., where she spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hoffman, of the Hoffman Apartments, are home after a pleasant stay in Atlantic City. Beautiful Hair Tinting Nothing so robs a woman of her good looks and attractiveness as gray, streaked or faded hair. And there is no more reason or sense in tol erating unat tractive hair (aa than there Is wearing un -W; becoming \ffiSk g The one hair i stain that ' simple and /jjjQtmf easy to use. No a mixing. Just N comb or brush it into your " hair. It can not be detected, will not rub or wash off, acts instantly, and is absolutely harmless. "Brownatone" will give any shade desired from light golden brown to black. Your druggist sell "Brownatone" or will get It for you. A sample and a booklet will be mailed you upon re ceipt of 10 cents, and your orders will be filled direct from our laboratories if you prefer. Mention shade desired. Two sizes—2sc and $1.0(1. Insist on "Brownatone' 'at your hair dresser's. Prepared by the Kenton Pharmacal Co.. 672 E. Pike Ct„ Covington, Ky. Sold and guaranteed in Harrisburg by Clarks' Medicine Stores, 300 Market St., 300 Broad St., and other leading dealers. FTARRISBURG TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY CLUB ANNOUNCES PLAN Musical Organization of Wo men Will Bring Artists to City During Winter The Wednesday Club of Harrisburg, the second oldest woman's musical or ganization of the country has com pleted is program for the coming sea son and will soon send them to mem bers. The working musicales will include studies in the Tonal Art of the Na tions, prepared by Professor and Mrs. Edwin J. Decevee. The first general musicale is scheduled for October 19 in Fahnestock hall when Margaret Keyes, contralto, of the Metropolitan Opera Co., and Hans Kindler, 'cellist of the Phiadelphia Orchestra will ap pear as joint artists. Other celebrated musicians will be brought here by the club during the season. Wednesday club officers and com mittees for the season of 1916-17 are: President: Miss Mary B. Robinson; vice-president, Miss Mary I. Shunk; recording secretary, Mrs. Wilbur F. Harris; corresponding secretary, Mrs. E. J. Decevee; treasurer, Mrs. Wm. K. Bumbaugh; chairman program com mittee, Mrs. Wm. L. Keller; leader of chorus, Miss Ruth Conkling. Committees Program: Mrs. Keller, Miss Wallace, Miss Snavely and Mrs. Roy G. Cox. Current events: Miss Reiley and Mrs. Cumbler. Hall: Mrs. H. B. McCormick, Miss Sue Seller and Miss Marguerite Flem ing. Press: Mrs. W. F. Harris and Mrs. Carl W. Davis. Music: Miss Mary Worley. Benjamin F. Arthur of this city is spending some time in New York on business. Miss Mary Sachs of 234 State street spent yesterday with friends in Mt. Gretna, Pa. Mrs. H. Freid of Vicksburg, Miss., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zacks at their home in Steel ton. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nachman have returned to their home, 1615 North street, from Baltimore, Md., where they attended the funeral of the for mer's father. Miss Pauline Kast of Bellevue Park is spending several days in Williams Grove with relatives. Luncheon at Bellevue For Guest From Hawley Miss Frances Hause, Bellevue Park, entertained informally at luncheon in honor of her house guest. Miss Dorothy Morgan, of Hawley, Wayne county. Invited to meet Miss Morgan Miss Judith March, Miss Sylvia Clas ter. Miss Nancy McCullough. Miss Vir ginia Downes, Miss Mildred Sheesley, Miss Catherine Martin, Miss Laura Bretz and Miss Mary Elizabeth Diet rich. Mrs. C. Lyman Melxel, of German town, a former Harrisburger. arrived !n the city to-day for a visit with Miss Grace Gohl at 1003 North Second street. Miss Minerva Sherman, of the West End. has returned home after a fort night's with Wilkes-Barre rela tivee. Mr and Mrs. Luther Randolph, of Baltimore, and small son, Carl Ran dolph, will be week-end guests of their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Knoll, of State street. Miss Jessie Bennett and Miss Claire Bennett have gone home to Pittsburgh after a little visit with their aunt, Mrs. George H. Jenkins, of Market street. Earl Hertz will spend Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. David Sherman, of Peffer street. Mrs. Gitt, wife of the Rev. Foster W. Gitt, of Baltimore, and her daughter, Miss Marian Gitt. spent a week with her sister. Mrs. P. C. Romberger, at 22i>0 North Third street. Miss Delia Ruppenthal and Miss Grace Hutton, of Martlnsburg, W. Va., are having a pleasant visit with Mrs. Byrd Harlacher, <ll Cedar street. Miss J. Blanche Gingrich, of 2286 North Sixth street, is home after a ten days' stay in Philadelphia, Ocean City, Atlantic City and Pongport. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Huff, of 915 North Second street, have gone to At lantic City to spend two weeks. Miss Anna Marie Myers, of Wil- Hanisport, and Mr. and Mrs. John DeHpven. of Pittsburgh, have returned home after visiting Miss Ruth D. Slntre, of 352 South Thirteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Keffer, of 25S Cumberland street, motored to Dalmatia and points north on a busi ness trip Wednesday. RETURNING FROM SEASHORE Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marks will re turn this evening to their home, 1930 North Second street, after an auto mobile trip to Atlantic City. To-day they stopped en route to attend the Elks' convention in Reading. HOME A ITER PLEASURE TRIP Mrs. Mary Smyser Kinzer and daughters. Miss Jane Kinzer and Miss Mary Kinzer. of 2226 North Second street: Miss Marian Strouse, of 1632 North Second street, and Mrs. George Jeflfers and son, George Jeffers, Jr., of 215 Woodbine street, have returned from a trip to Buffalo and Niagara Falls. PURCHASED A FINE PIANO Miss Caroline Manning, of Mt. Joy, graduate of Peabody, musical instruc tor at Marion College, Virginia, pur chased from Yohn Bros, a Style A Mason & Hamlin Grand Piano, the highest priced piano in the world. By Its acceptance by the world of wealth and culture, the Mason & Hamlin Piano is fittingly styled the autocrat of Pianodom.—Adv. TEACHING IN KANSAS Miss Elizabeth Spicer, daughter of the Rev. William C. Spicer, of Glov ersville, N. Y., who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Spicer at 2043 North Second street, left to-day for Wichita, Kan., to resume her teaching at Fairmount College. [Other Personals on Page 7] MORE MEN THAN WOMEN HAVE APPENDICITIS Surgeons state men are slightly more subject to appendicitis than wo men. Harrisburg people should know that a few doses of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Ad ler-i-ka, often relieve or prevent ap pendicitis. This mixture removes such surprising foul matter that ONE: SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas. The INSTANT, easy action of Adler-i-ka is surprising. H. C. Ken nedy. druggist, 321 Market street. Advertisement. lisiik S3S: LA D,ES' BAZAARj "r 10-12 S. 4th St. ma'" Bargain We Advertise the Truth. First 29c OvIC D a y The Truth Advertises Us. Floor (Limit —2 to a customer) I > I Tomorrow We Begin a Gigantic Sale of All Ladies' SUMMER APPAREL AT PRICES THAT AVERAGE A THIRD Next week the building contractor comes in this store —before he arrives every piece of merchandise in the store must be moved out. And we'll do it, if low prices mean anything. We've gone through stocks and cut prices unsparingly, with the result that in many instances articles are priced at but a third of actual value. Everything must be cleared out quickly—for next week we begin alterations and remodeling that will add an- I other store room to our present quarters, and give us the ground floors of Nos. 8, 10 and 12 South Fourth Street. I ..... Come Early, While Selections Are Widest « I » \ ! DRESSES DRESS j $8.98 Dresses, $2.98 . Lot of f. sh fPh erd check ? uits > P e f u ID HP <2. " e cygne lined, this season s models, Pw 1 I I One lot of white embroidered voile worth sls; QQ dresses, marquisette dresses and or- choice <PT:«t/0 $1 50 Skirts 490 gandy dresses, formerly OQQ Lot of 6 all-wool diagonal suits, . I $8.98; choice •%/ U silk satin lined, stylish models in tan White gabardine, rep and white I only, worth sls; AO and black linene dress >IA _ jj _ . , 0 _ , ~ , , choice skirts, worth $1.50; choice, I One lot of 22 dresses in floral and V stripe voile, taffeta and embroidery " upto $2.98 COATS ' $3 - 00Skirts > r . ( • • , , . ~ linen, worth $3.00; choice, I 8 $5.00 Dresses, 98? *£££? ES? % Lot of 7 dresses in voiles, crepes and diagonals, worth to $10; QO (to qo Skirts 79f J * awning stripes, worth $5.00; QQ choice , ' Choice sls White Chinchilla Coats, $7.98 French crepe dress skirts, yg One lot of white chinchilla coats worth $3.00, choice * lf n oj' no with stripes and bars in various sls Dresses, shades, worth to sls; <£7 00 * ™o, ■ . no, Lot of 6 white embroidered net choice $7.98 $3.00 Skirts, 980 i. dresses, suitable for street or evening $lB 98 Golfine Coats $6 98 n s * r 'P e worste d skirts, about wear, worth up to sls; (J* g* One lot of golfine coats in white and * n *' le wor th $3.00, QO j choice colors, worth to $18.98; d» £» QQ choice choice 1 j> v I Little Miss Helen Trout Celebrates Her Birthday Mrs. Brooke Trout entertained yes terday morning at her'home, 2143 North Second street, in honor of her daughter Helen's fourth birthday an niversary. The little guests included Miss Eliz abeth Minter, Miss Helen Keane, Miss Margaret Keane, Miss Emma Elizabeth Brinser, Miss Dorothy Lutz, Miss Betty Orr, Miss Virginia Harris, Miss Ruth Trout, Miss Helen Trout and Willis Jacobs, John Jacobs, Richard Sheely, Shelby Brinser, George Edward Reed, Joseph Keane, Soly Jacobson and Wil liam Ross. v Assisting Mrs. Trout in entertaining were Miss Hazel Collier. Miss Florence Burtnett. Mrs. William Collier, Mrs. Sheely. Mrs. Red Brinser and Mrs. Agnes Trout. Mrs. James Parker, of New York, is the guest of Miss Eleanor Shunk and Miss Nancy Shunk at Katamount. Miss Annd Brenneman, 4 8 North Seventeenth street, has returned from Bethlehem. AIN'T IT A GRAND AND GLORIOUS FEELING By BRIGGS JUST AS YOU HM H N \ V " CONCLUDED VOVJ WERE TOO JK'EXECUTET) \ THE WORST GOLFER, IM AKIE. PFACM A 1 THE-WORLD ~ , JL '/N\ • BRASS»£ W) Miss Elizabeth Howard Gives a Little Picnic Miss Elizabeth Howard of 1007 North Second street, invited a party of her friends to attend a picnic at Oyster's Point, along the Conodoguinet creek. Mrs. George E. Howard chaperoned the merrymakers who enjoyed boat ing, swimming and various other sports with picnic refreshments. In the party were Miss Marian Rein oehl. Miss Nancy McCullough. Miss Geraldine Houston of Carlisle. Miss Edna Kimmel, Miss Kathryn Wharton, Miss Winifred Snyder of Chicago, Miss Virginia Downes, Miss Elizabeth How ard, Donald Brinser, George Reinoohl, John Reinoehl and George E. How ard, Jr. COME HERE FROM MICHIGAN Miss Margaret L. Oyster, of River side. returned this morning from Mar quette, Mich., where she spent the summer. She was accompanied by her grandfather. D. C. Oyster, who will visit here for some time at the home of his son, Frank R. Oyster. AUGUST 31, 1916. Miss Lusk Is Hostess at Cove Houseparty Miss Gertrude Lusk of 2160 North Seventh street entertained a crowd of young people at a week-end house ! party at the Earl Cove cottage at the . Cove. The party was conducted to the cottage by a large auto truck leaving the city last Saturday and returning home yesterday. The cottage of the campers was gaily decorated with flowers and Japanese lanterns. The party of merry-makers were chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lusk, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer John son included: Miss Ellen Roebuck, Miss Alma Bishop, Miss Alice Lusk, Miss Lillian Newlin, iMiss Edna Rintz, Miss Bessie Kriner, Miss Gertrude Lusk, Missj Carrie Newlin, of Newport, Charles Genslider, Robert Marshall, Charles Ronick, Richard Roebuck, Elmer . ! Kriner, Grove Daugherty, Donald | Shisler, Henry L. Ronick, Miss Kath . | erine Lusk, Miss Jessie Bishop, Miss : | Frances Dissinger, Mis Elsie Kriner, I Miss Blanche Donnelly, Mr. and Mrs. I J. A. Bishop, Earl Dissinger, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dissinger. Stewart Koser Wins Special Honor at Yalo Stewart A. Koser, son of Dr. A. S. Koser, of 214 North Second street, has been appointed assistant professor in the bacteriological department, of th» Yale University in the post-graduate course. Mr. Koser is a graduate of the Cen tral High school of the 1912 class and of Yale in the 1915 class. For the past year he has been taking a post-graduate course which requires three years in addition to the regular course. Mr. Koser is now working for his Ph. D. degree. In addition to these honors he has the distinction of hav ing been given a membership to tho Sigma Chi Society by his class when he was graduated from the University. Howell Becht has returned to his home in the Stroh Apartments after spending several weeks in Eaglesmere, Pa. Miss Ruth Hines will return homo to Baltimore, Md., after visiting Miss Jeanette Nachman at her home in North Second street for several weeks.