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FAR be It from us to sound any falss alarm, or urge any man
to buy something he doesn't need, but with wool already up 30% and the dyestuff situation getting more serious every day, our candid opinion is that heavyweight clothing is going to be somewhat higher in price another season. But that fact is not allowed to interfere in the least with our long-established policy of carrying nothing over from one season to another. ' - v You Can Come to This Half-Yearly, Complete Clearance - A MARK-DOWN SALE i|lf» And Take Your Unrestricted Choice of Anything in Our f Entire Stock at Extreme Reductions From Former Low Prices 'isSsir You'll find the so-called "staples" You can always find plenty of ffliL —blue serge and dark silk mixture Suits, cheap clothes cheap, but here's your 1 and black and oxford Overcoats in con- chance tQ get the neweßt styles choic . servative Chesterfield models—styles AO « that are correct and in demand at all f s * ' ,5. j. . * times and consequently seldom marked | ca *:„ e , a P - , . e indications are that down elsewhere—selling here at the it will be a long time before you again v same big price reductions as the fanciest see such high-grade thoroughly desir- WapISiSMHBI "fancy." able clothes at such low prices. . Kuppenheimer Suits and Overcoats Marked Down the Same As Everything Else I $15.00 $20.00 . $25.00. f Ip^W Suits and Suits and Suits and f Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats I - $10.75 $14.75 $18.75 IHI Mraw. May I Oil E.fiJJtSSS CIiIDTC u I iff Marked Down vHLL and Other Good onilllu| Marked Down J fpgj v v 304 Market Street Harrisburg, Penna. NEWS OF STEELTON [HASOUERADE AND CARNIVAL TO BE HEJMY GERMANS Last of Pre-Lenten Social Functions Will Be Held by the German Quar tet Club for Benefit of Its Members Next Monday and Tuesday The annual carnival 'held in the bor lUgh each year at tihe close of the so ial season, prioT to the opening of the ■KMiten season, will be observed by the iermans of the borough and vicinity londay and Tuesday, "February 15 and 6. A feature of the Monday celebration [ill consist of a masquerade ball in the all of the German Quartet Cluib, Front pd Washington streets, commencing in io evening at 8 o'clock. Music for lie affair will be furnished by the Im erial band under the direction of undmaster Zala. Color will run riot in the make-up f the masqueraders when scenes and n'idents iu the fatherland will be de leted for the benefit of the guests, here wi'll be one or more burlesques 1 the present European war. Those who desire to participate iu e masquerade are requested to assem e on the first floor of the ihia.ll. When I preparations are completed, the mas leraders, led by Mr. and Mrs. Ottmar lach, will march to tihe ball room on e second floor Where the grand march II be held, with Mr. and MTS. Wlach tting the f*ep. The celebration Tuesday will be con ed to a general jollification meeting the same 'hall in t'he afternoon at o 'clock when a dance will be held by JKO who attend. The following committee is in charge the affair: John Jjanig, chairman; k»m Bohbecher, Karl Dedeo, (Steve xler, Christ Ti'ttiger, Anton Weiss, itfhias Feigl, Frank Sanda; master of 'emonies, Joseph Wlach. 4 THREE YOUNG LADIES HOST 10 FRIENDS LAST NICHT i Miss Amy Walker, Miss Hazel Wilt and Miss Bdythe Suell Entertained i With a Valentine Party at 18 South Second Street Miss Amy Walker, Miss Hazel Wilt and Miss Edythe Snell entertained a . I cumber of friends at the latter'a home IS South Second street last evening with ' I a valentine party. The decorations con : s'isted of an attractive arrangement of 1 'hearts and ferns. Music and games I furnished entertainment for the even \ ing. Refreshments were served to the , | following guests: i Misses Flossie Patterson, of Harnis • burg; Margaret 'Haines, Mary Gardner, 1 Eltihel Kiem, Esther Kiein, Marie • Sheadler, Margaret Pope, Azalea Wig . field, Amy Walker, Hazel Wilt, Edytihe , Snell, Marie Snell, Messrs. Neat Bow man, Kenneth Steele, Earle (Fishiburn of Middletown; Charles 'Henderson, James 1 'Clancy, Harry Finley, Roy IBru-baker, ' Charles Barker, Robert Thomas, Ray ■ mond Keever, Charles of iHar ■ rislburg; Paul Kir!by, Jasper Turano, 1 Mrs. C, L. Walker, 'Mrs. Folkers, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer I. George ami daugiitefr, 1 Henrietta; Mr. and M:rs. WiMiam H. Snell and Helen, Myrtle, Evelyn and i William Snell. FUNERAL OF CARLTON COVER Announced Services Changed From House to United Brethren Church Funeral services for Carlton Sher : wood Cover will be held at t'he (High . spire United Brethren church Satur day afternoon at 2 o'clock, instead of ' the house, tihe change being announced 1 last evening. The following program will be observed at the church: i "'Does Jesus Caret" by the Rev. , H. F. Hoover, Middletown; lesson and prayeT, t'b« Rev. R. L. C. Baer, pastor of the Highspire Church «f God; ser HARRISBURG STAB-INDEPENDENT; FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 12, 1915 mon, the Rev. H. F. Rhuad, pastor of the U. B. church; remarks and hymn, the Rev. Frank Edward Mover, patftor of St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Inter ment will be made in the 'Highspire cemetery. ' HUSIC-FLANAGAN WEDDING Took Place in St. James' Catholic Church Yesterday Morning John J. Husic, Jr., and Miss Amy Lorefta Flanagan were married yester day iu St. James' Catholic churc'h. The Rev. J. C. Thompson performed the ceremony. The brlide was attended by Miss Kabhryn Jackson. Miss IMary Lynch played the wedding march and Mrs. Julia Eckinger sang "0, Promise Me." Thv groom was attended by Joseph Cueuot. Mr. and IM.TS. Husic left for a honey moon trip to Philadelphia, New York and Boston, and upon their return will make their residence on 'North Second street. STBELTON NOTES The Christian Endeavor social held last evening at the parsohng* of the First Reformed church, 306 Walnut street, was largely attended. The pro gram consisted of games, music and several addresses made by the Rev. Charles A. Huyette, pastor, and William F. Yoder. . The Paxtang Hook and Lolllder Com pany has placed a new eleven-inch gong on its truck in place of a nine-inch one Which was broken a short time ago. Lincoln's 'birthday wan observed in A Full Feature Show at the Standard Theatre To-night Jane Eyre in four parts, by Charlotte Bronte. Tracked by the Hounds, featuring Gladys Hulette. Edison, 2 reels. Wanted—A Nurse. Featuring Sydney Drew. Vitagraph. REAL ESTATE FOB BENT. FOR RENT—Houses with all tnmprove • ments, on S. Fourth St., Steelton. No. 318. $12.00; No. 322, *11.00; Not. 858 and 365, $9.00 per month. Apply 316 8. Fourth St_ Steelton. ■the borough to-d«y by the banks clos i iug. All other business preceded the same as usual. Dusan Djorich and wife have sold to Atza Abrashoft' the single frame dwelling house located at 451 Main street. WILL GIVE VALENTINE SOCIAL Professor and Mrs. Herman Poltl wild entertain their music scholars with a Vaientine social at their home, 129 South Fourth street, Saturday evening. Both the hosts will render a number of ! special selections on the violin and pi- ; ano and at the conclusion of the enter tainment a Dutch lunch will be served. : i DEATH OF FORMER RESIDENT Mrs. Catherine E. Bretz, aged 51 j years, a former resident of the bor ough, died at her home, in Hairrisburg, yester'iiay of paralysis. Funeral serv- 1 ices will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o 'clock and interment will be made in Baldwin cemetery. Funeral of George H. Boyer The funeral of George H. Boyer was held yesterday afternoon ai 2 i o'clock from the home of his son, ■ George A\ Boyer, 164 Lineoln street. The Rev. W. 8. Sturgen, a former pas tor at the Main Street Church of God, ■ and the Rev. G. W. Getz, the present 1 pastor, had charge of- the services at the house. The body was interred with the G. A. R. ritual held by Sergeant ' Lascomb Post, of which Mr. Boyer was » commander. The pallbearers were Coun cilman Fred Wagenlbach, Harry Leh -1 man, John Ulrich, G. W. Walley, John R. Rider and Justice of the Peace J. L. Dickinson. 'i Mr. and Mrs. Wei dm an Entertained i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weidman enter tained a number of friends at five hun ! dred at their home, Second and Frank- , [DR. SCHANTZI ■ N. FOURTH ST.—UPSTAIRS Harrlabars'a OMeat EiKbllaM Spe cially !■ Diseases af in lien's disease and weakness, ca- i I tarrh, nervous, kidney, bladder, blood and skin disease. lin streets, Wednesday evening. At a late hour a buffet luncheon was served and prizes awarded the winners. The following persons attended: Mr. and Mrs. Wallick Ferler, Miss Mary Campbell, Miss Mary Weidman, Mr. * and Mrs. Howard Ewing, John liinane, Howard Mulligan, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weidman, Sr., and Mr, and Mrs. Michael Linane. Tracked by the Hounds The brightest of men make mistakes, especially in their domestic affairs, but it seems that their guardian spirits, that | look after them, always bring about a state of circumstances that remedies their errors to a groat extent. Such was the case of Robert Stuart, millionaire, and man of repute. The brilliant work j of the hounds and the battle at the old hut are graphically portrayed in motion pictures at the Standard Theatre to night.—Adv.* Miss Marie Wiseman, the visiting nurse employed by the Steelton Civic Club, will be in her offices from 8 a. m. to 9 a. m., from 12.30 p. m. to 1.3 0 p. m. Returned From New York Charles J. Watson and Moe L. Coop er haive returned from a business trip to New York, where thwy selected a eho'ce line of merchandise for their now j clothing store to be opened at 14 North ! Third street about the first of March. jgA/L/gOMlbs CREW JIARD HARRISBURG SIDE Philadelphia Division —ll3 crew to go first after 3.30 p. m.: 106, 119, 120, 112, 104, 109, 124, 101, 128, 10*, 114. Engineers for 113, 122, 128. Firemen for 108, 114, 128. Conductors for 122, 124, 128. Flagman for 133. Brakemen for 104, 109. Engineers up: Long, Suipplee, Mc- Guire, Wambaugh, Grass, Reis inger, Brummer, Foster, Woilfe, Ear (hart. Smelt zer, Hennecke. Hmbler, \ ( « ■ ' •Smith, ftissinger, Newcomer, Sober, Buck, First, I/avman, McCauley. Firemen up: Miller, Sees, Myers,l Pemwell, Lantz, Bleicli, Everhart, Ooov-; or, IXivall, Grove, Busihey, Manning, Yentzer, Gclsinger, Copelaud, Herman, Behmiui, Eibliart, Kegleman, Collier. Conductors up: looker, Houdesihel, Ford. Flagman up: Harvey. Brakemen up: Brown, Moore, Mum ma, Shultzberger, Busser, Jackson, Cole man, Knu]>p. Middle Division —22 crew to go first after 2 .p. m.: 16, 15, 5 Altoona crews to come in. 5 laid off at Altoona. Preference: 2, 3i Engineers for Ifi, 3. I Conductors for 17, 2. •Flagman for 3. / Brakeman for 16. Engineers -«p: Garman, Knislev, illertzler, Moore, Kugler,'We'bster, Wiss ler, Ha.vens. Firemen u>p: Seagrist, Fletcher, Liie- Ibau, Simmons, Fritz, Drewett, Cox, Ar nold, Stouffcr, Karstctter, Sheesley, Bonvniian, Schreffler Davis, ' Wright, Boss, Reeder. Conductors up: Eberle, iluber, Keys, Gant, Patrick, Has kins. Fli'.gmen up: Miller, Mumma. Brakemen up: Bell, Wen rick, Fritz, Kolili, li Her, Myers, Kane, Kioffer, | Pipp, Kerwin, Kilgor, Schoffstall, Stahl, S|*ahr, Heck, Peters, Baker, Heese, Bo tan, Plack, McHenry, Putt, Fl^ck. ENOLA SIDE Philadelphia Division —2lo crew to go first after 3.45 p. m.: 240, 236, 241, 223, 218, 206, 238. Engineer for 233. Fireman for 218. Conductors for 217, 228. Flagmen for 207, 217, 223. i Brakemen for 202, 222. Conductors up: Penned, Forney. Flagman up: Camp. Brakemen up: Campbell, Vandling, Knight, Arment, Werfs, Waltman, Deets, Keller, Twigg, Felker, Shuler, Goudy, Wiest, iMumma, Kone, Kimes, Lutz, Musscr, Taylor. Middle Division —239 crew to go first after 12.30 p. m.: 222, 233, 236, 228, 101, 103, 111, 102, 104. Five Altoona crews to come in: 5 9 laid off at Altoona. Brakemen for 103, 104. Yard Crews —Engineers up: Hovler J Back, Bievcr, Blosser, Breneman, Thorn* ! SB, Rudy, Hoaiser, Meals, Stahl, Swab, I Harvey, Saltsman, Kuhn, Pelton, Sha ! ver, Eaudis. Firemen up: Schieffer, Rauch, Wei ! gle, lackey, Cookerly, Maeyer. Sneil ! Bartolet, Getty, Barkey, Sheets, Bail", j Eyde, Ney, Myers, Boyle, Shipley i Crow, Revie, Ulsli. [ Engineers for 1869, 2260, 14. Firemen for 1886, 2260, 1816, 14 ; 90, 1820. * THE READING P., H. & P. —After 1 p. m.: 12, 9 3, 18, 8, 24, 14, 1, 20. Eastbound—After 2.15 p. m.: , 64, 63, 53, 52, 62, 51, 58, 59, 54. 68, 56. Conductors up: Sipes, Greager, Gingher. Engineers up: Wyrc, 1-iape, Martin, Morne, Fetrow, Massimore, Tipton, Fortney, Bonawitz, I'letz, Richwine, V\ r oland. ' » Firemen up: Boycr, Fulton, Lex, ' Rumbaugh, Dowhowcr, King, Carl, Ans \ pach, Kelly, Sellers, Zukoswiski, Bow ers, Eongenecker, Nye, Beecher, Sulli van. Brakemen up: Miller, Carlin, Vo der, Mnxton, Epley, Machmer, Painter Ely, Stephens, Kohl, Grimes, Miles- Hinkle, Kapp, Mumma. Harrisburg Maennerchor Masquerade The Harrisburg Maennorvhor wi& observo t;he closing of the present so cial season wit'h a masquerade'ball in its hail, North street, Monday eveuing Many costumes such as are worn in the Gennan fatherland, will be very much in evidence and there will be good music. Olive Oil—Flesh Builder One of the beat known and moat reliable tissue builders, containing Hvpophosphttes is both a flesh builder and nerve tonic. Pleasant to take. Easy to digest. George A. Gorgaa.