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WEDDING ON LAWN AT 'THE PINES" i Local School Teacher and Member of Steelton High Faculty Wed Today A wedding of local Interest was i solemnized this afternoon at 2.3*0 I o'clock at "The Pines." Lickdale, when Miss Ella Sara Yost, daughter i of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Yost, of that place, and Paul Drennen Miller, of ! Steelton, were married. The wedding was out-of-doors and roses, rhododendron and other sum mer flowers made an attractive scene. The ring ceremony was used, with the Rev. C. B. Segelken, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, of Steelton, officiating. The bride wearing a dainty gown of white organdie was unattended save for her little niece. Miss Eleanor Jane Yost, of Philadelphia, who carried pink rosebuds. Mrs. Charles Hall Dolloff, a friend of the bride, from New Hampshire, played Beethoven's wedding march for the processional. Relatives of the bride and groom and a few in timate friends were present. Prior to her marriage Miss Yost who is well known hero was assistant supervisor of music in the public schools for the past few years. Mr. Miller, a son of Mr. and Mrs. "Winslow Miller, of Steelton. is a member of the Steelton High school faculty.' After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Miller will spend the sum mer at "The Pines" with the bride's parents. Local Boy, Aboard Rammed Vessel, Safe Word has been received by I. Bluem enthal, 2347 Logan street, that his son, Emanuel Blumenthal, who was aboard the steamship Graf Walder see, the former German liner now used by the United States as an army transport, which was rammed on Wednesday night by the Rodon do, is safe. Blumenthal was former ly with the Canadian Army and on receiving his discharge, when the armistice was~"signed. entered the United Stateu merchant marine. Hebrew Lakes' Aid Society to H<ld Big Benefit Dance The TJclmrw Ladies' Aid Society •will hfTfl a benefit picnic and dance at iPAWjmerf.ale, Monday afternoon and evening. The Mannix orchestra, win -play for the dancing between ?. and 11.30 o'clock and cars will ieave the Square on the hour until 5 o'clock, when they will leave every half hour until 7 o'clock. At 8 o'clock special cars will leave for the dance.l Mrs. A. A. Lime, of 1611 Swatara street, has gone to Philadelphia to visit her sister, Mrs. Deavor, and will stop at the home of her brother, H. B. McNeal, in Baltimore, be fore coming home. WeddingFlowersj Plant Decorations j If It lias to do with 1 Flowers or any tiling tlia. | "grows," consult us— THE BERRYHILL j Locust Street at Second I Coffee 7 more than - half of the meal >}p matter how good the meal may have been, if the cdffee isn't up to standard, the goodness of the meal is forgotten. Such an experience will never bt yours if the coffee you is Golden Roast Blend For Golden Roast is blended with the utmost care. As a result the quality of the coffee is assured. Golden Roast has a high standard which you'll ap preciate—for it's always the same. Tell your grocer to send you a pound. * In alr-tight packages. R. H. LYON Coffee Purveyor to the Penn-Ilarris HARRISBURG, PA. Jm M Shoes made K m like new by °ur in this city ceBB Our Shoe Repairing Co. 7 rk " *■ 55 rully guar -14 SOUTH DEWBERRY ST. J j 5 Between Third and Fourth Sts. Rear of 319 Market St. anteeCl. , ' ■ ■ ■ • ■■ ■•■ ' 1 ■ - 1 SATURDAY EVENING, Class Day Exercises at Central High School For the first time In a number of years. Class Day exercises were held at Central High school. The event took place yesterday afternoon and was most Interesting. Robert Crist, class president, presided, while Stew, art Wagner and Arthur Hibler made the presentations. As each small gift, bearing a significance all its own, was given to the person for whom it was intended, a clever ex planation as to its suitability was given. In many instances, gales of laughter greeted the helpless victim when some unusually appropriate symbol was presented. Other numbers on the program were a vocal solo by Miss Merle Smith and a violin solo by Clarence Styles, leader of the school orches tra, and a musician of considerable ability. The Senior Girls' Glee Club song several delightful selections and at the close of the exercises the class held a business meeting when caps and gowns for graduation were distributed. Guests of the Brinsers Enjoy Delightful Dance Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Brinser en tertained at a dance on Thursday evening at their home, "La Casida," New Buffalo. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bass, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Post, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McLaughlin, Mr and Mrs. George R. Delamater, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Vick ery. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Delmont, Mr. and Mrs. Redsecker Brinser, Mr. and Mrs. John Orr, Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Pennock. Mr. and Mrs. William Seel, Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Anson P. Dare, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. -Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Haehnlen, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Doehne, Mr. and Mrk Oscar G Wickersham, Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd M. Ogieshv, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Martz, Miss Mary Mcßeynolds, Miss Elsie Brin ser, Martin W. Fager and Donald Brinser. Miss Eva Irene Shappley to Be Bride of Harry Bell Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Shappley 2442 Keel street, announce the engage ment of their daughter, Miss Eva Irene Shappley, to Harry E. BelL son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bell, 511 Emerald street, who has returned S * rvin& in France with the h Tank Corps Battalion-. The announcement was made at a lunch eon at the Shappley home, to the following guests: T, he Mj ss es Man- Sparver, Blanche Miller, Blanche Minnig, Ruth Min nig, Mary McCauley, Grace Shroe der, Margaret Sparver, Edith Koons, Sara Sparver, Ruth Steinh-auer, Mir iam Sherman-, Edith Shappley, Mrs. M arren Bell, Mrs. K. Rineard and Mrs. Samuel Mumma, Marcus P. Dowdell to Wed Miss Buckman, of Trenton Franklin D. Buckman. of Trenton, N. J., announces the engagement of his daughter. Miss Emily Preston Buckman, to Marcus Pritchard Dowdell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Dowdell, 1819 Whitehall street. Both Miss Buchman and Mr. Dow dell are graduates of Swarthmore College. Mr. Dowdell served as a first lieutenant in the war'and' but recently returned from He is at present connected with the M. W. Ayer & Sons Advertising Com pany of Philadelphia. QUIET WEDDING The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Locke and Joseph Welch Rohland, both of Huntingdon, was solemnized yesterday afternoon at the Camp Curtin Memorial Methodist Manse, the Rev. John H. Mortimer officiat ing. Mr. Rohland is an inspector of locomotives in the shops at East Altoona. ENJOY DAY'S OUTING The Ladies Auxiliary 121, o\ branch 500, X. A. L. C,, spent o pleasant afternoon and evening with their families at Cassehoe cottage. Overview, on Thursday. A delicious supper was served by the members and the men enjoyed quoits and other outdoor diversions. f l Members of Dauphin Lodge No. 160, I. 0. 0. F. Tou are requested to attend Memorial Services on Sunday even ing, June 15. Assemble at the Hall of State Capital Lodge No. to, at No. 304 North Second street, at 6.45 o'clock, sharp, to proceed in a body to Salem Reformed Church, Third and Chestnut Sts. I Sermon by Captain Harry Nelson Bassler. COME. V / Dinner Saturday Eve., June 14 Stouffer's Restaurant ! 4 X. Court St. 5 to 7.30 50£ Mock Turtle Soup Calf Iziver In Bacon—Frieil Halibut Creamed Chicken—llon*t Ileef Matched or l.yonnaluc Pot 11 toe* Stewed TomatofN Fried Kgg Plant Cream Slaw- Ice Cream, Pie or Pudding Collee, Tea or Cocoa S INTERESTING PERSONAL NEWS MORNING BRIDAL FOR MISS BOYER Miss Romayne Boyer and Ralph S. Hesser Married With Ring Service There was quite a gathering of the friends of Miss Margaret Ro mayne Boyer and Ralph Stanley Hesser in historic old Zion Lutheran Church to-day for their marriage at 11 o'clock. The ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Stewart Winfield Heririan. before an altar of palms and ferns with tall vases of pink gladiolas, and it was of interest to know that the date is that of her sister's marriage eight years ago. William Bretz, church organist, played the "Tocatta in D," Kinder; "In Springtime," Kinder, and "Springtime Sketch," Beebe, prior to the service, with the Lohengrin "llrical Chorus" as a processional and the joyous Mendelssohn "Wed ding March" as a recessional for the bridal party. As they reached the altar, Mrs. Roy G. Cox sang. "O Promise Me." The vivacious young bride, who was given in marriage by her fa ther, Harry J. Boyer, wore an ex quisite frock of white —satin, the skirt banded in tucks to the knees, with Georgette crepe overdress beaded in artistic design and bor dered with crystal drops. The pic ture hat of white crepe was adorned With a spray of Georgette roses with pearl centers and she carried a shower of orchids and valley lilies. Mrs. George King Keet, who was matron of honor for her sister, was chainnng in orchid colored Georgette crepe, the panels, both front and back, wonderfully beaded in pink crystals. Her orchid crepe hat was crowned with French flowers an <* she carried an French nosegav of garden flowers in l ac ®" paper holder. The ring beaver, the bride's little nephew, George King Keet, Jr., was most important in his wedding clothes of white China silk, carrying the ring on a silver tray. William Jacobs Hesser was best man for his. brother and the ushers included: Joseph F. Snyder, Baiph C. Parthemore. George King Keet and Harry T. McFadden. Breakfast in Penn-Harris Following the ceremony a wed ding breakfast of fifty covers was reived in the lounge of the Penn- Harris, with a decorative scheme of blue and pink carried out in baskets of summer flowers with larkspur, sweetpeas and rosebuds predominat ing. The Penn-Harris orchestra play ed throughout the breakfast. Showered with good wishes and gay-colored confetti, the young couple left this 'afternoon for a journey to New York and seashore resorts. They will make their home at 268 Boas street on their return. Mrs. Hesser's traveling costume was of sports Tyrol wool in brown and henna, with champagne silk hat faced in brown straw. The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Boyer, has always been exceedingly popular as the many prenuptial entertainments in her honor and the beautiful wed ding gifts attest. She was gradu ated with the Central High school class of 1917 and was afterward ac tive in war work as a member of the Motor Messenger service. Mr. Hesser, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank S Hesser. of 1209 Swatara street, was educated at the Central High school and Harrlsburg Academy. During the war he was in the serv ice at the Ground School for Avia tion. Champaign, Illinois. He is now with the Gomery-Schwartz Mo torcar Company, in this city. Williamsport Golfers Meet Country Club Here Golfers from the Williamsport Country Club came here to-day by automobile to meet the Harrlsburg Country Club team on their links. A luncheon was given the men at the clubhouse, and a dinner there will follow the games. The Harrisburg players were: Thomas Devlne, W. C. Fownes, John C. Herman, Fred Harry, Robert McCreath. Walter Maguire, W. Bald win. Joseph Clement, A. H. Arm strong. Harry Neal, John Sweeney, E. Kejster, Clair Miller. A. A. Wert. Henry Drake, C. B. Miller, Robert Moorhead, John Dohoney. Howard M. | Bingaman, Walter H. Gaither, Sam uel Todd, Robert Forsythe. George the local professional played the Williamsport profession al. ENTERTAINS AT LUNCHEON Members of the College Club will be the guests of Mrs. Lyman D. Gil bert at a luncheon to be given at her summer home, Fairfield House, Wed nesday, June 18, 1919. Automobiles, leaving the Civic Club, at 12 o'clock will carry the party to its destina tion. D. A. R. IN FLAG DAY Members of Harrisburg Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolu tion, who expect to attend the Elks' celebration of Flag Day this even'rig in Reservoir Park, will not go there In a body. C. E. SOCIETY MEETS On Thursday evening the Senior C. E. Society of Nagle Street Church of God, met at the home of B. M. Smith, Salmon avenue. After a brief business meeting a social hour was enjoyed and a supper served. Hajufusbttrg telegraph: Mr. and Mrs. Hawthorn Married Fifty Years MR. AND MRS. A. C. HAWTHORN In the cut above are Mr. and Mrs. Adam C. Hawthorn, of 748 South Twenty-first street, on their golden wedding day, Sunday, June 8. The event was one of the happiest of their lives, for with them at the celebration were their eight chil dren, thirty-one grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Guests from Marietta. Middle town, Leaman Place, Buffalo and this city were present. Mr. and Mrs. Hawthorn were married June 8, 1869, in Columbia, Pa., by the Rev. Dr. Keys. Oxley-Fisher Bridal at the See House Today Mr. and Mrs. William P. Fisher, of Philadelphia, announce the mar riage of their niece. Miss Idella Marion Fisher, to Dr. James Edwin Tyndall Oxley, at noon to-day, in the bishop's chapel of the See House, with the Right Rev. James Henry Darlington, Bishop of Harrisburg, i officiating, assisted by the Rev. Wil- | loughby M. Parchment, rector of the Church of the Holy Cross. Miss Fisher was for years one of the most popular of the Steelton public school teacncrs, and for three years instructor at the Hy gienic playground. Her school dis tinguished itself in winning the pen nant in the interplayground cham pionship for the past two years. She is an active church worker. Dr. Oxley is from the British West Indies: a graduate of Queen's Royal College, Trinidad, affiliated to Cambridge University, England; a graduate in medicine and surgery of Edinburgh University, Scotland. For the past nine years Dr. Oxley has been a successful practitioner in Harrisbnrg. Dr. Oxley is an ardent church man, the senior warden of the Church of the Holy Cross and an un tiring worker in that communion. After a wedding breakfast at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Parson, 1162 South Cameron street, Dr. and Mrs. Oxley left on a brief wedding trip. They will be at home after June 22 at 8 South Sixteenth street. Young Reader Pleases at a Church Recital Miss Alma Evelyn Shutt, a daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Shutt, of 512 Curtin street, recently gave a recital at the Center Union Church, Bucks Valley. The church choir as sister Miss Shutt, relieving the pro gram with musical numbers. Miss Shutt read "Polly of the Hos pital Staff." She has appeared be fore local audiences a number of times, also in several of the Red Cross benefits. She is a pupil of Mrs. Roberta Swartz Harding and is quite a talented reader. At pres ent Miss Shutt is a student at Cen tral High school. Following her high school course she will probably major in speaking and continue in this line of work. Mrs. Kammerer's Guests Enjoy Afternoon Tea Mrs. Anna B. Kammewr enter tained at afternoon tea Thursday at her home, 1042 Rollison street, Clo verly Heights. The guests enjoying her gracious hospitality included: Mra. Owen Ross, Mrs. Anna Morrow, Mrs. Hursh, Mrs. Dice, Mrs. Heffel inger, Mrs. Rhenn, Mrs.Kluker, Mrs. Lee Gourley, Mrs. Audrey Baldwin, Mrs. Rebecca Zook, Mrs. Lee Marks, Mrs. Stoekdale, Mrs. W. H. Spooncr, Mrs. Rohrer and Mrs. William Pease. Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Gourley presided at the tea table. Miss Middleton Engaged to Wed Arthur J. Ford Mrs. William H. Middleton, of Camp Hill, announced the engage ment to-day of her daughter, Miss Katharine Margaret Middletbn, to Arthur Jackson Ford, of Port De posit, Md., at a small informal tea given at their home. ROOF GARDEN' FESTIVAL "*■ The Blue Triangle Club of the Y. M. C. A. will hold a roof garden ice cream festival at the Association building, this evening. The proceeds will be devoted to the fund for the expenses of the club delegate to the 'Camp Nephawin Conference for In dustrial Girls. Mrs. Edwin Cook. 20 South Thir teenth street, is the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Young, at Per dlx. Mrs. John T. Gallagher, 1721 State street, has been called to Hazleton by the seriouß illness of her sister, Mrs. John Dougherty. Lieutenant Arthur Miller, of Steel ton, has returned to this country af ter almost a year's service over seas." Mrs. Martin Spickler and her daughter. Miss Alice Spickler, of 1106 North, Second street, went to Mount Gretna to-day for a stay of several weeks. Miss Mabel Spickler who accompanied them will spend the weekends there. Dr. and Mrs. David J. Hetrtck and son, German Hetrlck, of 54 North Thirteenth street, are home from Atlantic City, where they attended the convention of the American Medical Association during the past Miss Jane McClure, of Middle town. is a weekend guest of her sis ter, Mrs. C. M. Rhodes, at Second and Briggs streets. Seiler School Students Picnic at Paxtang Park Students of the Seiler school en- Joyed a, plcinlc yesterday at Paxtang Park. Those present were Gertrude Olmsted, Elizebath Ziegler, Eliza beth Brandt, Jane Hickok, Annette Bailey, Susanne Maguire, Mary Hale, Betty Hilleary and Sara In gram, former students; Florence Cocklin, Margaret Olster, Elizabeth Harris. Mary Estella Thomas, Ruth Dowdell, Alice Virginia Cooper, Mary Cooper, Marion Bassler, Sara Bailey, Louise Hickok, Katherine Rutherford, Lucy Ord Kemper, Winifred Meyers, Eleanor Bailey, Sara Hamer, Mary Louise Hubley, Nancy Campbell, Thelma Kuhn, Elizabeth Shearer, Helena Martin, Virginia Rothert, Esther Stover, Margaret Keister, Harriet Gilbert, Betty Oenslager, Rebecca Johnston, Avis Ann Hickok, Muriel Gannett, Mary Troup, Kathleen Coover, Jean Coover, Pauline Wert, Christine Brandt, Katherine Meredith, Bet tina Stine, Barbara Plank, Jane Olmsted, Marion Milhouse, Louisette Rcichenburg, Marguerite Reichen burg, Florence Hamilton, Anna Brandt, Mary Wickersham, Edna Eggert, Virginia Fox, Sara Miller, Virginia Doehne, Mary Imbrie, Val entine Hummel, Janet Brown, Dor othy Jean Koch, Mary Elizabeth Seidel, Betty Imbrie, Frances John ston, Virginia Brown, Elizabeth Kunkel, Miss Martha O. Seiler, Miss Sue Seiler, Mrs. Frank Reichen burg, Mrs. Wilbur F. Harris, Mrs. Edward B. Diven, Miss Sara Jacobs, Miss Katherine Andrews, Miss Mary B. Robinson, Miss Edna M. Spren kle. Miss Alice Graydon, Miss Frances Acuff, Miss Eleanor Shut ter and Miss Helen Armor. Shower Bride-Elect at Beckley Home in Elkwood Mr. and Mrs. C. Ross Beckley en tertained the T. W. B. Club at their home at Elkwood, in compliment to Miss Hazel Rosenberger, of Hillside, whose wedding will be an event of the near future. Many beautiful gifts were showered on the bride elect and Miss Anna Hammelbaugh gave several readings. A luncheon was served to these guests: The Misses Hazel Rosenberger, Jennie Naylor, Marguerite Fisher, Lillian Grove, Anna Hammelbaugh, Mary Hammelbaugh, Bettie Hobart, Mabel Tritt, Elizabeth Tritt, Mar guerite Whitmyer, Carrie Garver, Tillie Landis, Marjorie Mclvar, Mrs. Arthur W'altman, Mrs. Chester Ix>ng, Mrs. Russel Kohr, Mrs. Paul Hast ings, Mi;s. Ray Lechthaler, Mrs. Sam uel Beckley, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Beckley, Gilbert Beckley, Willard | Beckley and Ray Fasick. Mrs. Eckrich Entertains With a Chicken Dinner Mrs. Conrad Eckrich. of 1138 South Cameron street, entertained the women of Market Square Church who have charge of the Lochiel work at a chicken and waffle dinner. She was assisted by Mrs. Ella Grove, Mrs. Emma Mason, Mrs. Edith Spitzler and Mrs. Craig. The guests included: Mrs. Morris Taylor, Mrs. E. M. Stever. Mrs. Anna Young, Mrs. Wil liam Myers, Mrs. Jefferson Payne, Mrs. Harriet Houck, Mrs. Horace A. Chayne, Mrs. H. P. Miller, Mrs. Ilgerifritz, Mrs. James Baker, Mrs. Kate Heckendorn, Mrs. Shirk, Mrs. Kline, Mrs. Scheffer, Mrs. Moltz and Mrs. Andrew Redmond. Fink-Neis Wedding at Columbus, Ohio The marriage of Miss Catherine Mae Neis, daughter of Martin L. Neis, 107 Cumberland street, and D. Homer Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fink, 637 Emerald street, was solemnized on Friday, June 6, at Columbus, Ohio, the Rev. S. K. Bai ley. officiating. The bride wore a frock of gray Georgette crepe and carried a show er of sweetheart roses. Mr. fyid Mrs. Fink will reside at I Columbus where Mr. Fink is em j ployed by the Elliott-Fisher Com pany. Miss Lillian J. Miller, daughter of Mr. and! Mrs. Herman J. Miller, Cottage Ridge, is among the grad uates of Wellesley College this week receiving the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Come On In the Water Is Fine I Look at These Summer |! Prices A swim in the pool and a show 'er, 50c; Ladies Day, Mondays un ! til 10 P. M.; Boys from 10 A. M. o 12 I*, every morningf Men from 9 A. M. until 12 P. M. If you an not sv.-im, we will ] teach you. iPENN-HARRIS TURKISH BATHS j Russ Building GOOD FRESH PEANUTS ARE A FOOD More nourlMliinff by tke pound tliiiii beefMtcnk Heal Jumbo Peanuts, 25c lb. IMPERIAL TEA CO. 213 Chestnut St. Try our Freah Itoaated Coffee V. . / OUR SERVICE Satisfactory glassr are the result of our painstaking examinations. We can please you with high grade work. CONSULT US If You Need Glasses (ftnhlfUnhenbactt&ftimsg OPTOMETRISTS No.zz N. Al2 6T. pa. "Whore Glasses Arc Made Right" I SENATE HOTEL Under personal supervision of Fred B. Aldlnger, furnishes a most excellent Table d'Hote Luncheon Daily 11.30 to 2.30 —At 75 Cents — Also a la Carte bill of everything In the market dellciously prepared Chicken and Waffle Dinner Every Thursday F ASTRICH T S _ ! Monday Our First Sale of White Summer Hats; j | We anticipate the Biggest Summer Hat business we ever | Shad. A long and hot summer confronts us owing to the lateness | of summer. White Hats are going to be in greatest demand. The | supply of Milans, Leghorns and all light summer materials is lim | ited, owing to pre-war conditions. We anticipated demand and 1! Bhave prepared by securing the choicest and most wanted summer j q hats and trimmings early this season. J The scarcest styles of White Hats and the most desirable and ijj 111 newest white and light colored hat trimmings are offered at this I a Monday's Sale at special prices. , u 1 White Milan Hats White Milan Hemp Hats Newest Shapes Monday $1.66 1 D Actual Value, $3.98. Actual Value, $5.98. • i r i • y T ■ S I Monday, Monday, special Values in Leghorn Hats 1 $2.66 $4.44 Large drooping Brim A A ||| Q Hats; value $4.98 ° Actual Value, *4.98. Actual Value, $7.98. _ _ Monday Monday, Pastel Shade Milan Hemp $3.44 $5.44 Pink orchid, blue; (f A A S value $4.98.. y Sale of New Panama Hat. Trimmed Tailored Panama. | Excellent Sport Shapes and Sailors S .P ort H , ats ~ Wide graceful ribbon Values 52.98, Mo„da y $1.66 53.44 y Values $3.98, Monday .... OA A $4.98 Tuscan Hats Large Tuscan Hats, with wide (ft rt //" ffl fancy open work. Tuscan edge. / H r"t 1 Large White Hair Braid Hats Actual value. Monday | With pastel color brims dJO A A Wide a *f*}(£°^° r &g0 Q f| a and crown; value $5.98 braid. Actual value, $4.98. 2h X HrS d j] Monday . White Milan Trimmed Sailor. Summer Sport Hat. I Square crown, gros grain /hn OO Pastel shades; Actual <ft nfk E | sr,nsx 94.09 $3.88 j Our Regular Stock of Black and Colored Lisere and Milan Shapes Will Be Placed on Sale Monday at Special Prices. All Black Lisere Hats All Best Black Lisere Hats Small and medium shapes; value (1 AQ Fancy shapes; values Colored Lisere and I JJ $2.98. Monday . ' A Rough Straw Hats; to $8.98. Monday, values to $2.98. Mon- fi Large wide brim Hat; value $2.98. QO day, I Monda >- 91,00 '/J $3.66 .. ... 50c M Large and medium fine Black Hats; fljo CC Small medium and large shapes. d"1 ftfl [j to $4.98. Monday ""' uu value to $5.98. Monday J>I.UU ° Children's Tailored Trimmed ONE CASE OF Hats Children's Dress Hats ' B Black White, Colored and Combination grosJJ ade braid haLs ' Regr " : | -gram ribbon streamers. Newest roll brim and ular %a * jes * 3 ' 9B and ,498 - mushroom tailored hats. „ TVTonHaV • ' Regular Price Regular Price Regular Price IUUUay . 1 Q 818. Monday, $2.98. Monday, $3.98. Monday, d* 1 f) O $l.OO $2.00 $3.00 Jpl.OO ' I □ n ; | This Monday's Sale of Sailors I | Should clean up every sailor we have In stock—as the demand for sailors has been tremendous || during the last hot spell. Pineapple and Milan Sailors Pineapple, Milan and Lisere and ! Value to $2.98; (pi oq Basket Weave Sailors = □ Monday V 1 •"*/ Value to $5.98. <£ Qaa □ Monday tPZ.UU | | Double Brim Lisere Sailor. New Continental Sailor. I Jn colors and two-toned combinations, Lisere and Hemp crowns, white crowns, including Gages; value to /? A colored brims; also plain Of* X> ■ $6.98. Monday colors; value $7.98 ipO.UU j,j Values mentioned here do not apply to all week's prices as all of the advertised y hats are marked below regular value! g \ | A Sale of White and Light Colored j Millinery Trimmings I Suitable for the Above Advertised Hats! ' And All Hats Trimmed Free ! IF HATS AND TRIMMINGS ARE BOUGHT HERE. BEAUTIFUL WHITE AND PASTEL WHITE AND PASTEL SHADES NEW COLORED FLOWERS, POPPIES, WINGS S ROSES, DAISIES DAHLIAS, ETC. Regular price 98c. 79c q Regular price 7oc 59c Regular price $1.25 GQ— C ' □ Monday Monday 5/OC t [j] Regular price 98c. 79c Re sular price $1.49. d | 1 q Pair Monday Monday OI.XJr Q SATIN AND VELVET DAISIES WHITE AND PASTEL SHADES $ , oc _ _ OSTRICH TIPS mLZ? ' p 66c Ll * ht P aBtel *"• * u > ar P" 75c. e Q „ u juonoay ••• Monday v OI7C Q SATIN POINSETTIAS WHITE AND PASTEL SHADES Light pastel colors. Regular price 75c. 159 c FRENCH OSTRICH BANDS I] g Monday Regular price $2.49. (1 QQ p Monday ..LOO I AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSES BEAUTIFUL FLOWER WREATHS D Bouquet and sprays. Regular value 98c. Choice from our regular stock— Spray Wreaths, sold regu- Wreaths, sold regu. I . larly at 75c. Monday, larly at $1.25. Monday, | ROSEBUDS, ASSORTED COLORS Cjg c - g 4 B Value 25c 0£ Wreaths, sold regu- Wreaths, sold regu- (j Bunch larly at 98c. Monday, larly at $1.49. Monday, BEAUTIFUL PASTEL COLORED 66c $1.19 ° GRAPES ALL THE SAMPLE, FLOWERS 1 S Regular price 98c. Left frc n Sample Sale. Sold at 47c and Oft— U m Monday 67c. Monday, bunch N OC | Lots of OSTRICH POMPOMS AIGRETTE POMPOMS SILK STRAW B, POMPOMS WING FANCIES COLORED OSTRICH AIGRETTE □ M FANCIES HAVE BEEN PLACED I N THIS SALE AT MONDAY'S SPECIAL IJI PRICES. □ Q l ?i^4^iia.*^ai w^^aCTfaaginfS W em.ini □[ ■ , 3DLr. PDL==sJ□ SasJ□CLi—u□ C-.:r; I rt■ w j PDI r Hfli; JH A JUNE 14, 1919.