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Will Entertain Local Chapter
Tuesday Afternoon, De
cember 3
Through the courtesy of Mrfc.
Martin Grove Brumbaugh, Harris
burg chapter, Daughters of the
American Revolution will be enter
tained at the Executive Mansion,
Tuesday afternoon, December 3 at
3 o'clock. The Governor will be
present and make an address on
"Pennsylvania's Part in the War,"
Miss Mary Bell Corbett will sing and
local committees for the Pennsyl
vania State Conference to be held
In this city the week of January 27,
1919, will be announced by the re
gent, Miss Cora Lee Snyder. Tea
will be served and members have
the guest privilege. This promises
to be one of the most delightful I
events in the chapter's history,
s Sunflower Troop. No. 1, Girl
Scouts, of Market Square Presbyter
ian Church will meet this evening.
The Rev. Dr. George Edward Hawes
will speak to the scouts of "The
Work of the Girl Scouts in the Re
construction Period."
Freshness—Proper arrange
ment and Prompt Service are
very important matters in
relation to your flower pur
chases. We are prepared to
meet the most exacting re
For Fi nerals—Sick Itooms
Weddings —Parties
Our service is complete
Flowers for all Occasions
I 3heßerryhill
$2 $ 2
Last Days!
jtr Friday and Saturday
ff of Our \
m Special Offer %
/// TTTE examine your eyes \\\
II W Properly anil fit you with ill
I * * guaranteed golil-fllled j 1
mounting, with large-size flat- . |J|
I sphere lenses—choice of cither II
(| eyeglasses or spectacles—com- Jjl
\l plete, for hi
\ $2 J
Jfl ft 1 • Torlc and
X KoleiWlVAW Prescription
• Ua 1/CiSlllg Ca Lenses nt
Lenses at Spec'al O Special Trices
Prices This Week Registered Ontcmetrist This Week
"Over the Top" Sale
On Friday morning we start an important sale which we name
an "Over the Top" Sale because everything Harrisburg and vicinity
gets active in goes "Over the Top" and so will this sale.
We are not only going to give
you special prices but good
selections of correct styles.
This About •] This About
. c hoice stock of good quality materials, Early fall buying enables us to offer a
in sport-models—fine tailor made suits i • , .• f .. • , • . .
novelty and fur-trimmed effects. Special choice selection of quality materials in plain
p r j ceSf # and fur-trimmed models.
$23.80, $36.80, $44.80, $60.80 $28.60, $35.60, $43.60, $54.60
This About This About
A wonderful stock of dresses for all oc- A big stock of Animal Pieces Separate
casions dress and serviceable wear Muffs, Sets, Coat and Coatees, in all the new
Jersey, Serge, Satin, Crepe de Chine, Georg- and desirable shades and models. Special
ette, Tricolette, at special prices, . prices,
SB.OO, $12.00, $16.00, $24.00, $16.80, $24.80, $36.80, $58.80,
$36.00, $48.00, Etc. $77.80, $220.80
No approvals, none laid away, reserved nor exchanged
—Alterations at Cost

• Keeps in Touch With Families
of Railroad Men in the
Mrs. L. B. Jones, wife of the mas
. ter mechanic, presided at a meet
i ing of the Pennsylvania Railroad
. Women's War Relief, Department
, No. 2, of the Harrisburg shop or
: ganization. held yesterday afternoon
i In the railroad T. M. C. A., Reily
i street. There was a fine attendance
' In spite of the fact that so many
1 homes had been visited by the In
■ fluenza.
The work of the organization Is
, keeping in touch with families of
men who have gone Into the serv-
Ice from the Pennsylvania railroad,
i Over 400 have gone from the Har
i risburg shops.
A report from the visiting com
mittee showed a number of cases
helped, and although the war is over
the women feel there is much work
ahead this winter.
Seventy-three new members were
reported, making a total member
ship for this department of 2,638.
A social hour followed the business
session, at which coffee and dough
nuts were served.
announcements under this head
ing must be accompanied by name
to assure accuracy. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund M. Deeter,
243 Emerald street, announce the
birth of a daughter, Elizabeth Jean
Deeter, Monday, November 18, 1918.
Mr. and Mrs. William Filby, of
1507 North Twelfth street, have an
nounced the birth of a daughter,
Merio Edith Fllby, Sunday, Novem
ber 10. Mrs. Filby was formerly
Miss Edith Killian.
Miss Marietta Sultzabcrger
and Harry E. Bcitzcl Arc
Quietly Married
Miss Marietta Sultzaberger and
Harry E. Beitzel, both of Mechan-
Icsburg, were quietly married last
evening at 6 o'clock. The ceremony
was solemnized in the parsonage of
the United Brethren Church of Mc
chanicsburg, the Rev J. A. Gohn of
The bride, a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Sultzaberger, wore a
dark blue suit with Hudson seal
trimmings and hat to harmonize.
Mrs. Beitzel has recently won
success in the musical world. She
Is an artistic pianiste, a graduate
pupil of Miss Laura Appell. Her
playing at the Emergency Aid Ben
efit given last May In the Orpheum
Theater, was greatly appreciated by
music lovers. Mrs. Beitzel is an
active member of the Wednesday
Club and will be the piano soloist at
the Wednesday Club concert to be
given next Tuesday evening at
Fahnestock Hall by the solo choir.
The bridegroom is connected with
the coal and ice business In the firm
of his father, D. J. Beitzel, of Me
chaniesburg. He is a graduate of
Norristown College, a member of
the Business Men's League and the
school board.
Mr. and Mrs. Beitzel will reside at
their new home, 14 Broad street. Mo
A meeting of the Meade W. C. T.
U. will be held at the residence of
Miss Bess Malonk, 1315 State street,
to-morrow evening. Mrs. M. M.
Speese. the county president of the
W. C. T. U., will be in charge of the
meeting which is for the purpose of
Harrisburg Branch Has Ac
complished Great Work
During (he Year
— 1
At tho annual meeting: of the
Harrisburg: branch of tho Needle-
Work Guild of America held this
morning: in tho assembly hall of the
Y. M. C. A., Mrs. John Fox Weiss,
president, was in tho ehuir.
After the reading of the secre
tary's minutes and the treasurer's
report the annual election took place
with tho following officers re-elect
ed: Mrs. John Weiss, presi
dent: Mrs. Henry McCormick, first
fice-presidcnt; Mrs. John W. Reily,
second vice-president; Mrs. Lyman
D. Gilbert, secretary; Mrs. S. J. M.
McCarrell, assistant secretary: Mrs.
J. Ro£s Swartz. treasurer.
The object of tho guild is to fur
nish new, plain, suitable garments
to our hospitals, homes and other
charities. Men, women and chil
dren may become members by fur
nishing annually two new articles
of useful clothing or by making a
contribution of money.
Four thousand two hundred and
seventy-one articles were collected
this year. They were distributed
among the following' places: Chil
dren's Aid Society, city poor, Har
risburg Hospital, Homo For the
Friendless, Industrial Home, Metho
dist Deaconess, Nursery Home, Res
cue Mission, Sylvan Heights O phan
age. Visiting Nurse Association, Y.
M, C. A., Y. W. C. A„ Messiah Home,
Florence Crittenton Home. In ad
dition to the articles $100.93 was re
ceived in money contributions.
No meetings are held throughout
the year. There are nineteen sec
tions with presidents and they are
notified at the time of tho annual
meeting. A great deal of good has
been accomplished in supplying all
kiijids of wearing material, bedding,
Junior Girls' Club to Meet
The C. A. B. Club, of Central High
school, will hold a meeting this even
ing at the home of Miss Mary Blair,
321 Hamilton street.
S, A. 13. I'lnnn Valentine Ounce
The S. A. E. Society, composed of
Senior girls of Central High school,
met at the home of Miss Phyliss Da
visson, 22 North Eighteenth street,
last evefiing. An important business
session was held for the discussion of
a Valentine dance at Winterdale. Sev
eral committees were planned, to be
appointed at the next meeting. The
following members were in attend
ance: \
The Misses Helen Stoner, Kathleen
F.vler, Jennie Blecker, Georgianna
Parthemore, Ida Frock, Maude Dan
iels. Frances Todd, Phyliss Davlsson,
Margaret Zeigler, Mildred Wells,
Kathryn Hazon, Dorothy Scheffey,
Blanche Martin, Ethyl Mummert and
LeNore Fulton.
O. T. J.s Will Meet Monday
The O. T. J. Club will meet on Mon
day evening at the home of Miss Syl
| via Gingrich, 2026 Green street. All
members are urged to be present.
Society Nleknnmes Members
The Sigma Gamma Chi Society, com
posed of Junior of Central High
school, held its monthly social* meet
ing at the home of Margaret Garman,
I 1802 North Sixth street, on Monday
evening. ' ,
Music and dancir.g were the fea
tures of the evening. Nellie-Ard'fa-i
vorod the soeiety with solo dancing.
Refreshments were served to "Bobbie
Jenkins, "Pottsie" Ard and "Sus *
Moltz, who were the guest 3 of the
evening, and the following members:
"AddieV Swengel, president:
Garmaii "Baby" Murray, 'Loujsy,,
j Keller, T'Midge" McCormick,
| Morgan, "Martie" Goodyear, "Tom
! Notestine, "Fixie" Caton, "Georgie
j Hupp.
Miss Margaret Myers
Marries W. G. Refhel
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Myers, of 530
Peffer street, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Margaret Myers, to William G.
| Rechel, of the Arcade Apartments.
! The Rev. Dr. H. R. Bender per-
I formed the ceremony yesterday at
I the Ridge Avenue Methodist Church,
i The bride's suit was of tan silver
' tone cloth with becoming hat to
' match. She wore a corsage bouquet
i of orchids and fern.
Mr. Rechel, an alumni of State
College, is a civil engineer connected
with the construction department of
the Philadelphia and Reading Rail
Mr. and Airs. Recliel will take an
I extended wedding trip through the
' South, and' after December 1 will bp
i at home at 530 Peffer street.
Celebrates Birthday
With a Few Boy Friends
A party was given to Richard
Tawney in honor of his twelfth
j birthday 'ast evening by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Tawney, of 423
Cumberland street.
A jolly time was spent in placing
games, after which refeshments were
served. The following persons were
present: Wilbur Smith, Chester An
derson, William Garman. Joseph
j Bristol, William Reindel, Leslie
i Saunders, Clark S. Schilling, Gerald
I Tawney, Richard Tawney and Mrs.
P. G. Tawney.
Lieutenant Qolonel J. P. W. Rags
dale and Lieutenant Colonel J. P.
Starr motored here to-dny from
Bethlehem on government business.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bagley went
home to Covington, Ky„ to-day af
ter a week's stay with old friends
In this vicinity.
Miss Esther Merrltt of Troy, N.
Y„ Is Visiting her relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter F. Woodward, Green
street, for a fortnight.
Miss Haiel Richardson went home
to Altoona to-day after a short stay
among old friends In this vicinity.
Edward Freemont and small son,
Jackson Freemont, of Pittsburgh,
are stopping for a few days with
Air. and Mrs. James S. Kennedy,
of the West End.
Miss Phyllis Bartlo and her
brother. Norman G. Bartle, went
home to Newark, N. J., yesterday
after spending a week with her
aunt. Mrs. Kenneth Grey, of Penn j
street. „ _
George T, Youngman, of Boston,
and Howard F. Youngman, of Bal
imore, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel V, Youngman In this city on
the way to Denver, Colo.
Miss Edna A. Herman, a trained
nurse of Camp Hill, Is seriously 111 at
the Harrisburg Hospital, -
Mrs, John O. Wensell, of Erie, Is
spending a month at the Aldlnger
Hotel on the Johnstown Road,
Mrs, Frank A, McCarrell, of 230
Woodbine street, la homo nfter a
visit umong relatives In Shtppens
burg, #
One of the Most Important
Closing Social Events of the
Brumbaugh Administration
The Governor and Mrs. Martin
Grove Brumbaugh are ente'rtalning
the Governor's staff and their wives
at a 7 o'clock dinner this evening
in the Executive Mansion.
The table appointments will be of
rose color with exquisite roses and
snapdragon in two shades in the
flowers. Mrs. Brumbaugh has chosen
a stunning dinner dress of rose crepe !
with fur, and brown velvet girdle to ■
wear for the event.
The guests will Include General
and Mrs. Frank D. Beary, Colonel
and Mrs. John Gribbel, Colonel and
, Mrs. J. Howell Cummlngs, Colonel
! and Mrs. Walter Bradley. Colonel
and Mrs. Kolb, all of Philadelphia;
Colonel and Airs. Henry W. Shoe
maker, of Washington; Colonel and
1 Mrs. Haldeman, of Marietta; Colonel
and Mrs. Young, of Allentown; Col
onel and Mrs. Long, of Ridgway;
ftolonel and Airs. Edward Murphy,
of Philadelphia.
Market Square Society
to Send Mission Boxes
A most interesting meeting of the
Young Women's Missionary Society!
of the Market Square Presbyterian |
Church was held Tuesday evening In
the lecture room, with Aliss Elisa
beth Fahnestock, the president, pre-,
siding." An Interesting paper on
"Slant" was read by Mrs. Nathan E.
Hause, and Miss Dolores Segelbaum
told of "The Mountaineers."
The society is piunning a box to
be sent to the Rev. T. L. Hollowell,
of Statesville, N. C., a colored minis
ter in charge of two colored con
gregations. Any article of clothing,
houscfurnishings such as towels, pic
tures, bedding, etc., or anything suit
able as Christmas gifts will be gladly
Aloney toward the purchase of ar
ticles for the boxes may be sent to
members of the committee, Includ
ing Mrs. Ross A. Hickok, Airs. H. A.
Oliayne, Airs. David Alartin and Miss
Caroline R. Aloffitt.
The committee would like to get
the box off as soon as possible, and
asks for a speedy reply to-their re
quest. Gifts other than money may
be sent to the church, and the sex
ton, Mr. Aliller, will take charge of
Young Girls Entertain
Friends at Masque
A Hallowe'en masque was given
Tuesday evening by the Alisses Susan
Hayward and Sarah Beck at the
home of the latter, 2206 Walnut
The home was decorated with
Hallowe'en taste and the features of
the evening were games and music,
after which a Hallowe'en supper was
served to the following:
The Alisses Emma Fellowa, Alice
Orr, Grace Kaiser, Helen Parkins,
Romayne Davis, Pearl Fetrow, Car
rie Putt, Pauline Stevisk, Elizabeth
Workman, Dorthy Smith, Ora Davis, |
Mary Van Dyke, Alyrtle Alurphy, j
Susan Hayward, Sarah Beck, Mrs.
Harold Towsen, Sarah Smith, Aliss
Wealand, Elmer Stoner, Harold !
' Towsen, Charles Newkirk, Reily I
Rhine, George Wenrfck, Theodore I
Wagner, James Roberts, Earl Gates,
Lieut. Schelly, Karl Shrelner, Harry
Beck, Charles Smith, Robert Hou
seal. Airs. Harry Beck, Mrs. Charles
Smith, Mrs. Robert Houseal, D. M.
Mel Fickas Promoted
While Serving Abroad
A recent letter received by Airs.
Helen M. Etter, of the Donaldson
apartment, from her niece, Mrs.
-Melville P. Fickas. of Phoenix, Ari
zona, announces the appointment of
her husband to a second lieutenancy
in the Adjutant General's Depart
ment, United States army, with rank
from September 15, 1918. Lieutenant
Fickas is a prominent- businessman
o* Phoenix, a former secretary of the
Rotary Club and an active commit
tee man of tho Country Club. His
wife, formerly Miss Frances R.
Black, of this city, is conducting his
real estate and insurance business in
his absence, making good in every
way according to the Arizona papers.
Airs. Dean Spangler and small
son, Howard F. Spangler, of Cleve
land, Ohio, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Luman B. Langley, of State
.street for the week.
Miss Elizabeth Whitaker has re
sumed her duties in the State Bu
reau of Statistics and Information,
after a serious illness at her home in
Mafeonoy City. „
Aliss Clara Anderson, an employe
of the Bureau of Statistics and In
formation, has resumed her duties
after being confined to her home In
Regina street, with a severe attack
of influenza.
Miss Leona Scott, of 802
Sixteenth street, is spending the
week in Philadelphia, with her cou
sin, Mrs. Tneodore E. Brown.
The Eye Like a Camera
The eye is constructed so won
derfully and ingeniously that the
handicraft of man has as yet not
able to construct so delicate
'm instrument. It is like a cam
era—tho lens to focus, the lid as a
shutter, the Iris or color for a
diaphragm, the thick coating of
the eyeball as a darkroom, the
"nerve as the sensitive plate, and,
strange as it may seem, the
images are bottom side up exactly
as the Images In the camera. Now
so delicate and sensitive an Instru
ment as the eye should have good
care. Let us explain more fully
to you how care for the eyes.
13 N. Market Square, 2nd Floor
The concert in charge of the Har
nlsburg Council No. 869, Knights of
/Tolumbus, which was to have taken
place on Wednesday evening, at the
reconstrttction hospital, at Carlisle,
for the benqfit of the soldiers there,
has been postponed until Friday
evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Thla change was necessary owing
to the Illness of Miss Vaughn. The
party will leave the Hotel Carlton
and motor to Carlisle. The program
follows: .
i 1, i T^'° — V, ° ,ln - cello, piano,
..T? 1 "'"" 8 Awakening," E. Bash;
(b) Hungarian Dance No. 5," John
2 i", M°P, rano 8ol °- < a > "Laddfe
in Khaki. Novello; (b) "Mother o'
Mine, H. P. Burleigh.
- 3 o ?' ano s " 10 ' ''Etude Mlg
nonne, Schuett.
No. 4 ,; Trio, harp, violin, cello; (a)
chen/''Pacha!' (b> " Btand "
per'° 5 Cell ° soI °' "Gavotte," Pop-
No. 6. Duo. harp, violin "Ber
ceuse," Oberthur. ' ® r
No. 7. Harp solo, (a) "March Mill
|.„ / . 1
The Government Requests, "No Extra Help No Extra °
i| Hours—During the Christmas Rush.*' We have Agreed |
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The Utmost in Style and Value in
Women's and Misses'
S Suits, Coats and Dresses |
I Suits at sr Coatsat s*}£ j
Greater values than ever f Matchless values in f % [
g before. See them in our stunning models of Man- (QaJ .HI
| windows Genuine Ameri- nish Tweeds, Velours
can all-wool Poplin Suits black and Cheviots and Kerseys Velvet, Plush a
L wanted colors smart styles all sizes and self collars, handsomely tailored.
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Specially Priced Suils Specially Priced Coats
| at $39.50 to SSO at $39.50 to SSO
SFor the remaining days of the week Included are a new.lot of the very [J
we offer extraordinary values in our latest creations with Beaver bur Col- |
m ,• u i „ •- tT* • c j lars Silvertone, Broadcloth, Velour
| h,gh das suits -of Tncotme, Broad- d= La,'„ e and Meltons. Not a garment I
| cloth, French Serge, Silvertone,. Duvet in the assortment but what is worth at |j|
Bde Laine, etc. . least ten dollars more.

1 Dresses at $1 J* Dresses at j
The most remarkable val- I A gorgeous array of Sat- f ji
i| ues wc have ever seen at in and Georgette, Jersey, 5
this low price—our show- c French Serge and Plain
| ing consists of smart styles in French Satin—many braid trimmed—all fafilt
| Serge, Jersey and Serge and Satin com- lessly tailored each dress under- IP
binations. . * pricetj from $5 to $lO.
All Dresses Now Marked at $37.50 to $l5O |
j Are Reduced 25 Per Cent |
Among which are included embroidered Tricolettes, Matelasse, Tricolette and
Satin, Georgette and, Velvet, indestructible Voile and Satin, Black Lace, also I
3 Satin embroidered in wool.
j Give "Her" Furs—Buy Them Now j
The giving of rich, luxurious Furs carries out the sensible idea of giving some- |
thing worth while—something to wear—something useful and practical. Our large
| showing will make selecting an easy matter. b |
Taupe, Black and Brown Wolf and Taupe Squirrel Stole with pockets at
1 Red Fox Scarfs at $35, $lO and $45 . ends, at $225
Separate Muffs to match coat collars Hudson Seal Coatee with Kolinsky or m
[I of Australian Opossum at S3O Gray Squirrel collar $375
Cape Stole of Kolinsky Squirrel, won- Seal Plush Coatees, newest creations, |
dertul quality at ...." SIOO $35 j
a Hudson Seal Stole, wide and long, Seal Plush Stoles, some with belts and
Ivery beautiful, at $125 pockets, at .* $lO and sls
■ I I fc
- j Petticoats Hosiery Specials |
| An Ideal Gifts For the Remainder of |
1 Drre;%fSr.V. P ?! tt :r , The Week '
B Silk Taffeta Petticoats plain and Heavy Silk Stockings full fash- j
S changeable colors pleated QO loned Cordovan, Brown, Field
flounce style "V" Mouse and Gray regularly dj| Cfl m
, $1.66 special this week only wI.OV rfl
□ Fancy novelty Jersey Pettlooats
|jl trimmed with fringe, etc., newest Fine quality Stockings In
I' shades —won- IfT QO to tiq QO 1 Cordovan and Gray very EQ_ ra
I derful values • 9 '' J7o special at only E
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1, r-1 Week-End Specials 1
I \ in Our Shoe Dept. j
J Women's fine" Gray and Brown Kid j
' / ace ® oot: '~' m ' tat ' on tips—leather Louis j]
/ Ot an( * military heels—AA |o D widths— II
! Vv. all sizes—very special at
■ $6.95
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taire," Hasselmans; (b) "In'the Gar- i
den." Schuetzer.
No. 8. Violin solo, "Llebesfreud," i
Krelsler. ...
No. 9. Trio, violin, cello, piano,
"Meditation," Mietzke.
No. 10. Popular airs, Miss Kath
erlne Dubbß and audience., '
The committee In charge com
. prises James Coleman, John A. Mc-
Mahon, Norman Newton, J. T. Win
-1 ters, Fred J. Yestadt.
Mrs. Agnes Scarlett, of North
' Green street, who was formerly em
j ployed In the Department of Labor
and Industry at the Capitol, sailed
s yesterday from New York for Genoa,
• Italy, where she will take up Tier
new duties as a Red Cross tleld sec
. retnry.* Mrs. Scarlett left here last
week to report at Red Cross heud
i quarters In New York City.
Mrs. James I" Chamberlain, 323
North Front street, Is in Phlladel
- phta, attending the conference and
exhibit under the joint auspices of
- the National Child Labor Committee
and the Public Education and Child
Labor Association of Pennsylvania.
Quickly '
Our repair department is a big factor
in our establishment.
We have the skill, the experience, and
are at your service always.
Prices commensurate with good work.
Urlng your broken gluaaea her*
Eyesight Specialist
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