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Safety First principles are embodied in our merchandising and store management with mutual benefit to customers and ourselves
We wish great results to crown the sessions of the Pennsylvania Industrial'and Welfare Efficiency Convention in Harrisburg this week.
Hundreds of Winter An Important Sale of Women's and j Gloves in Dress and Gaunt-
J Coats in a Special Misses' Suits Embracing the Most ! let Sf y les for B °ys and
Showing This Attractive Style Gathering of Season „ Young Men
«/ O Ihe men s store offers a showing of gloves for voung men
Week This week's sale of suits for women gST " tw rangc
■ , i / kLTX and misses covers a broad field for selec- Boft pliable kid sieves with gusset finger, and ,nap button
Coats of extra value are included in the / tion. The garments entering the sale clasp; sizes oto 8. Special 50^
special showing that is now in progress. / [jk \ a,T from our regular stock, and in- Children's kid and suede leather mittens,
,1, ... j, i , || / !3V t-\ elude many of the season's best looking 50c, 59<* and Si oo
All wool fancy novelty cheek coats: velvet collar / j© // if \ i f i j " ' ' ' dntl
buttons close to throat and belted back. $12.50 / Jft ' ,UU . ' ooo'L O;VS w «ol gl° v es, in plain and fancy colors.
Brown diagonal cloth coats, plush collar and / JPf Wf L \ t0 32 - 50 are theSe stei ~ , Boys' buckskin lined gauntlet gloves, guaranteed not to
broad plush girdle 515.00 / %V jW \ lillg values: harden it water soaked, 50f
Grey mixed novelty coats, broad box pleated I / 1 $18.50 wide wale serge suits in tete de negre; jj o>B , long gauntlet leather gloves in tan, black and grey, 50*
back; finished with self-covered buttons, S 15.00 \A 2/? \ 1 navy and black, with square velvet collar; coat "°- vs and youths lined heavy velour gauntlets,
u . ~ ■. ». \ \ V/IS'CrJsil j Jlik /tTn lis belted and finished with velvet buttons • skirt 50*, 85* and 81.00
of self-material 00 U °) °. !. '*! . "#lB 50 W\ [I f] I with the liitest yoke cffcct #15.00 Boys' lined leather gauntlet gloves; fringed and plain cuffs.
yfflrf; J.-'' ,/\ I i\\ / Pine all wool poplin suits; coat finished with Special, 39*
Blue and green check zibeline coats; back fin- «■£.' • fj '/I' ' / 'wo narrow belts and velvet buttons; military ; Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor.
! [*hed with large plush buttons, iancy collar that MS- ■\' / ) / velvet collar; skirt with the side pleats; in navv - •
buttons close to the throat, .. #18..50 J / blue, green, brown and black #18.50
i . Woo ' nove 'ty l,oat * with raglan sleeves. I; II Iffetsßr $"25.00 military suits, back finished with side LflSt Wppk of
■lotched collar and deep cuffs, $20.00 , Jj Igj ,1 /I \ \ J / Ijj pleats and ornaments; velvet collar and cuffs;
**" Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Second Floor—3 Elevators. j // / Li! 'J J Y !' i, I! ]s'■} skirt with double box pleat. Reduced to #20.00 gsSm IT„. .r'
—————^,i j | V.,j /fj I $22.50 chiffon broadcloth suits; redingote P| ocienriric Hygienic
t —v . r-r a . m, , - , ! . |U q f / i m style, velvet collars and cuffs; back trimmed v>T *
Uemonstration 1 his Week, of , ii_yi // r with silk braid ornament; skirt long tunic ef- I nrf
' J ) jj (, // IIJ feet. Reduced to $20.00 ; 1 llllll^
p- 1 rar\i"y Srr-<A ~r —'T Velvet suits with short coats and collar and ' / r\ T ' xr i i
Ilt7 1 IdlllZ JLvJcOlllG L.' j a ,. ket trimmed with marten fur; skirt with LlVlllg Models
V J Sw yoke #32.50 I
v MfnP\ [ $25.00 black broadcloth suits, square velvet Millinery Department,
V-zlCailOlO Velvet suits with three-quarter length coats; collar, cuffs and belt; skirt with*yoke effect. //A | Second Floor, Front
vr Dives. Pomeroy & Stewart, Basement. collar and cuffs trimmed with bands of crushed "educed 1o . .... #20.00 // /\\ •« ,
. . , * . Suits with short coats in novelties, Trecot and ///NJifJ To-morrow and Thursday
v 1 1 ...' plush; coat hnished with fancy black satin poplin; finished with belts or fancy girdles; I lygf Aftprnnnna at Q
stole; skirls are in plain tailored model, collar and cuffs of velvet; skirts finished with 1 I /jfl CIOCK
11 $32.50 yoke and pleats, . .♦ $25.00 Expert instructions as to the best means of eon
"'Dives. Pomeroy & Stewart. Second Floor-3 Elevators. '%
ttgure, will be a subject of interest in the store this
\J w\l ettPy small women and growing school girls.
AJJ „ „ J * A j AX7" 1 A * 1 C. c= Miss E. Krans, special instructor from the Nemo
Attractive Art Work Arrivals tor Basr
Smart Set Corsets. You are cordially invited to be
Gift Makers: A Notable Show- ——
ing to Be Made This Week New Fall Cotton Weaves
_ The ™„ 5 , i,„p,,u,„ assemblage _ for Kimonos, Bath Robes
(Ineedlework pieces that lias been attempted < p
Ibis season i.s ready to be shown to women m&EXBk Jflk . Pltlfl
who are planning gift making. There are Sp *|j!jbp «
wi many suggestions, only two of which we are Beacon Robe Flaunel for bath robes and kimonos, fast colors, yard,
1 able to picture in this announcement. Xy Kimono Flannelette, floral styles, yard 15c
j*s f 1 oreil)08t in the list of new thoughts are Jt an Cotton Shirting, 32 inches wide, white ground with stripes of
w these items: *39 blat'k, blue, green, pink and helio, yard ..50c
flr / lr . . . Y , T . 1 \ Crepe Gingham, made in Scotland, fancy plaids and Roman stripes,
/i ( 'raw?, baby Clothes, Night Gowns, \ - varil 230
11 r,ir(afn Aprons, Boudoir Cans, Camisole#, Kllick- II L Dress Satines, neat rosebud designs and pin stripes on navy, brown and
M \ l A ytiffr / ers. , tlrt r black, yard 10c, 25c and 35c
J/yM \> 1 'j ** Dives, Pomeroy 4 Stewart, Street Floor.
1 / Stamped night gowns, made up and stamped on i Wftrfc&imf t" a - - Ji
I /lil l lam plain nainsook - 59c A I a f
/ I ; II I F'f SIl Stamped waists in handsome designs, stamped on L f wf'Ultj ''/ lA I j 11
/ / ,'i || 1 1 11 1I \ v oilc and sheer flaxon, with floss and directions to ff | W\ 1 i
/ SU ft 'i' lf I complete. Each 50c and 75c I f 'A feJf
IJ i\ \ 1 i'l. 111 Stamped knickers and chemise combinations, a II
y [ \\lh l II J new style recommended for ease and comfort; made I J
/J 4 iff. |l up ready to embroider. Each, SI.OO ||
[if* I \ I Stamped camisoles, a special innovation for wear 1
* \ H ' ' under the latest seamless shoulder waists. Each, 50c U
\ Stamped aprons in many attractive designs, in 1
eluding butterfly, wild rose and water lily. Each, I
o-A 7«- i 10c to 35c
i>o. • )>)U —4 Of Stamped boudoir caps in many now and attrac- \n
tive designs. Each 12^4c and 25c V
o„l »r,.?, e l hot f° U V nd covers; entirely new Stamped children's dresses made up ready to
' Wp <Tn >f .v, -.- 5c wear after embroidering; dainty designs in French
we do stamping and have the newest designs eyelet and buttonhole. Each, ... 50c to !K1 (H)
for gift giving A complete line of new initials in Stamped PiUlman slippers made up and used for
! lK ° for inspection. All work traveling and boudoir; colors in black, pink and
guaranteed and delivered promptly. blue. Pair $1 00
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AMUSEMENTS | AMUSEMENTS
I > t»i REARJD OF A Beautiful Spectacle
A. 'IP WIT I S TvKSI)AV, WHDNKSim
( ki-bbratfcd tramp ««MEniA\ £ DREAM OF THE GRiENT
Vow h«*nr him nl hi*» hc««t 4 , .... .. ... .
....... . , 1 I hree Other Keith Actn
on st hill fbni also include* ..
HO M Kit MASON , vhm „
I he IliK Movie 1 omedy Scream
mA ma KHITI ''HE LOVES THE NURSES"
rHASOK OP BII.L THIiBSDAY
MARRIED SSa r, £
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To-day and To-morrow
IN TUNE WITH THE WILD
rUn<*t Pram it. I'c-nturiUK Ivatlilyn
WHMan** .ftiiißie I'Ectur** f
JSrte:;." Chiir.M Trounci-ion Is P/csentcd ,
at. the Majestic in a Way That j
Satisfies the Audience
i' '■ a n. •-'> n! comedy a name like |
t. at of ''Sr.Ttenvbcr Morn'' create? the 1
impress:! n that ti;e performance is of;
the nature of a burlesque show, and a 1
good main people worn to the iMajestiie
theatre on Saturday fight with that im-!
pression. Instead or* a burlesque they j
io.itiii tie noa'•■<<> ii; pi -session of one '
of the prettiest, cleanest, funniest and
bi 4 nuit iral comedies that have been
fcere foi' a long time.
I he comedy with music, libretto, com
pnuy, orchestra and all, comes from Chi
cago and it has that fresh, iireer.v west
ern atmosphere that is pleasing after
so many effete eastern musical plays, in- j
dicating perhaps that the West Is'aibout I
j j-j. Aa a SB|
Are Your Valuables Safe?
Would not the satisfaction of knowing that your
valuables and important papers are absolutely safe
guarded from any loss be worth a great deal to you?
A large sum is not necessary, however, in order to
provide absolute safety for your valuables.
A private box in our fire and burglar-proof Safe
Deposit Vault may be rented for the small annual sum
| ''Have voi! managed to get a new
cook vet V
I '' Not. quite.''
" What do you iticaY by that?"
"The last ono r,e applied to wants
references from the cook who just left
• us. Baltimore American.
I '.o lake he place as a producer of plays.
There isn't much plot in the play—it
i ..■■ the very slender plot that can be
I draped oyer a plunt ol' a husband to
I . 'reMTt his -vife " i-'* a eeldbrwted pic
j ture, "September Morn. ' and the tri'b
i idations atloDdant upon getting the pic
| tufe to her.
| TiiC scene i= said :n Paris, divided
j oelween an artist 's studio and a res
| tmi rant, and there is great o|J, ortunity
: for fun in tiie art. students, the artists,
I the models, the restaurant attaches and
natrons, and the cabaret attachments.
The music is very pretty, the acting be
| yond the average of musical comedy art -
I s;s ainr the dancing is graceful. Nat
j Phillips, Leslie Jones, William 'B. [low
land and Prank Bertram! carried the
principal male roles acceptably, and
Hazel Shannon and .\dele .ICst.ee were ex
; cedent, the latter as a tango dance art
is doing some work with Mr. Jones
that was a revelation to the local tan
goists and gained them numerous en
cores. .Mr. Rowland's song, "Where Is
i the Pleasure in Wine and Song?" with
j ensemble, was particularly effective and
I catchy. It was a good musical comedy.
HARRTRBITRfi ST A K-TN DEPENDENT, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 1914.
Teachers' Institute on Saturday Attend
ed by Many Pedagogues
Special Corresponds .cr.
Mochanii'sburg, Nov lli.—-'As per an
nouncement the Teachers' local insti
tute, composed of the I KJ roughs of Camp
Hill, Lenioyuo, Mechanicsburg, New
Cumberland, Shirenianstowu, West
hairvicw and Wormlevsburg and the
townships of Kast Pennsboro, Hampden,
Liower Allen, Silver Spring and Upper
Allen was held in the High school build
ing. The institute was presided over
by County Superintendent Prof. J. K.
Green. The executive committee was
composed of the following: Professors
Ralph Jacoby, W, If. Hench, John Het
rick and W. C. 'Bowman.
The institute opened with devotional
exercises, conducted by the Rev. J. .1.
Resh, of the Methodist church. George
M. Messinger was elected secretary.
The first topic discussed was, "Arrang
Lancaster's Favorite Brew
JNO. G. WALL, Agt.
Harrisburg, Pa. Frank J. Rieker, Mgr.
ling a School ProgTam.'' S. C. Milter
discussed the theoretical side and Clar
ence Weigle discussed it from a prac
The next topic was " Why Is English
the Poorest Taught Brauch in Our
Schools?" ''The causes" was assign
ed to G. A. Berk hoimor, who was not
.present, and "The Remedies," which
was assigned to W. C. Bowman, was
discussed by him.
The last topic of the fornoon was
"Social Needs of the Pulpit," (a) "In
School," Eliza'beth .Stephenson, ('b)
"Out of Sblhool," D. A. Hamacher. All
of the questions were very generally
discussed. i.Vlusic was furnished during
tfiie session by the Median ieuburg High
school under the direction of Miss Bush,
teacher of vocal music in the Mechan
The afternoon session opened with
music by the 'High school and several
selections on the IHigh school Vktrola.
The first topic of the afternoon was
"A. Well Disciplined School," (a)
"How Attained," 'Beulah Castle; (t>)
"Value to Pupil, Teateher and Home,"
Harry Stoneibraker; music, by High
•"•hool; "Our Schools," (a) "What. Do
They Owe to the Community f" Grace
Wilson; (lb) "What Does the Com
munity Owe to Them?" P. L. Beistline.
The last topic discussed was "Study
and Preparation, at Home and at
School." Li. D. Crunkleton discussed
" A't School," and the su'bject received
much general discussion from the mem
bers of the institute and others pres
The address of Dr. Ezra Lehman,'
principal of the Cumberland Valley
State Normal school, followed. He spoke
on "Teaching as a Profession," and
gave a very able and interesting talk
on the subject. Miss Margaret IM. Sul
livan, president of the State Teachers'
Ijeague, was present and addressed the
institute, presenting the advantages of
the league and urging the members of
the institute to join the league. After
announcements by Prof.' Green and a
few remarks 'by him the institute ad
After an illness of several months,
tine to several paralytic strokes, Miss
Elisa'beth lMeily died on Saturday aft
ernoon at the home of the Misses Has
lefct, West Ijocwst street. She was aged
65 years and was a daughter of the
late IMT. and MRS. William Meiiy. She
i is survived by a sister, iMrs. Annie Nis
sley, of Lancaster. (Miss Moily is a na
! tive of this county and had 'been a res-
I ident of this place much otf her life.
Her funeral will 'be held to-morrow aft-
I ernoon from the home of the Misses
Haslett. .Services will be conducted by
j the Rev. John Adam, of St. Haul's Re
formed church, of which church she nvas
,j a, meimber. Interment will be made in
' ' Trindle Spring cemetery.
1 A missionary institute is being held
this afternoon and evening in the First
IT. B. church.
Another interesting union mass meet
ing was held yesterday afternoon in
the interest of the coming evangelistic
campaign. The speaker of the afternoon
was the Rev. Joseph Price, I). 'D., of
Carlislo. Tho singing was under the di
rection of M. E. Anderson. The ineeit
ing was held in Gralce Evangelical
church and was in charge rtf the Rev.
. Charles Raach, of the Church of God.
The next -meeting will be held Novom
. 'ber 2ft in the Methodist church.
Sunday, November 22, the ministers
of town who are memliers of the local 1
' Ministerial Association will have a gen- '
cral exchange of pulpits. '
Miss Katharine W'heelock was a vis
i Hor to Harrisiburg on Saturday.
Dr. E. D. Weigle, of Camp Hill, was
. among the out-of-town visitors to the
, Teachers' local institute on Saturday.
Novemiber 27 has been set as Me
chanicgburg night at the Stough taiber
-1 nacle in Harrisburg. Seats will be rc
. served for the delegation from here.
IM'ias Ailsie Evalt, of Hoguestown, is
. the guest of Mrs. J. Z. Prowell, West
iMlss Clara Titz>el spent Saturday and
Sunday with friends at ('amp Hill.
Prof. A. J. Beitzel, of Harrisburg,
was a visitor here on Saturday.
Word has come from tho illarris'burg
hospital that George Doi'tz, who under
went an operation there last Friday, is
The much wished for rain which be
gan on Saturday night was gladly wel
comed, but it affected the church at
Funeral of Earl Shutt Held This Aft
Linglestown, Nov. 16.—Church coun
cil meeting was held at the parsonage
of the Church of God on Monday even
David l«ehman, tenant to the farm
formerly owned by Mrs. Mary Farling,
has purchased a property in the vicin
ity of Middletown and will occupy the
same in the spring.
The funeral services of Earl Shutt,
who died at the Harrisburg Hospital on
Friday, took place this afternoon from
the Paxton M. E. church. Interment was
made in Shoop's church cemetery. Mr.
Shutt was survived by his wife, one son
and one daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Getz and nephew.
Ward Backenstoe, of Mt. .loy, spent a
few days of this weok as the guests of
There was a meeting held in the
chapel on Friday evening to make ar
rangements for the celebration of the
hundred and fiftieth anniversary of this
town to be held next summer.
Miss Catharine Haverstick, of I'en
brook, spent a few days of last week
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Shell Fish
Mrs. Mary Zeigler, who had a stroko
of paralysis, is slightly improved.
The Rev. C. Siegfried, who resided
with his sister, Mrs. Alice Rabuek, left
for Hanover, York county, where ho
will make his future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Opie Bartz and daugh
ter, Mr. Drayer and Mr. Trexler, of
Kstaly, Berks county, are spending some
time as the guests of W. G. Zimmer
man and family.
The public schools of this place
opened this morning after the pupils
enjoyed a week's vacation.
Mrs. Schlosser, of Progress; Mrs.
Porr, Mrs. Houser, Mrs. Shuey and
daughter and Miss lloofnagle, of Pen
brook, were the guests of Mrs. Thomas
Koons on Thursday.
Mrs. Alice Rabuck has rented Mrs.
Andrew Unger's property and has al
ready taken possession.
The Misses Dorothy and Mabel Fee
ser, of Hershey, were week-end guests
of their mother, Mrs. Carrie Peeser.
Dr. W. P. Baker, of Wilkes-Barrc, is
spending several days of this week as
the guest, of his mother, Mrs. Rebecca
Baker, and family.
Sends Gold, to Danish Bank
London, Nov. 18, 3.11 A. M.-
"Owing to Germany's decreasing ex
ports to Scandinavia," says the " Daily
Chronicle's" Copenhagen corresi>ond
ent, "the rate of exchange recently
dropped over five per cent. Germany,
therefore, decided to allow $2,500,000
gold to be ex[>orted. This sum has just
reached the Danish National ibank, re
sulting in a one per cent, rise in the
Cliffs of Dover
The Dover cliffs are being steadily
eaten away every year. In 1909 thou
sands of tons of chalk fell from Shake
speare cliff, and three years previous!)
there was a fall during which tht
coastguard's watchhouse at the sum
mil was hurled into the waves.