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»•« AIMS BMMM Prim Art uwtt, Bat brraiH Qmlllln An
giving Necessities Will Find Much
Tlianlrctrivintr "WAAfl<s Hemmed Mercerized Napkins. i*c, Muslin Underwear for Ladles,
inanKSglVing ixeeas 10r 23c Misses and Children, complete,
j n CJilvAr-a/urp Sideboard Covers, in plain embroid- ,Wc to 25c
in Dliverwd-re, L»li>UW<ue, ered and openwork , "oc Baby's Shoes and Moccasins, white
r»i Table Matting, or Silence Cloth, 34- „ and colors, 23c
Glasses, Jlitc. inch as c Infants' Bibs, sc, 10c, 15c, 19c and
Special Values in Silver-plated Wearing AttDarel for J n £ ants ! ® ockß - 350
Knives, Forks, Teas, Desserts and ® Infants Sacquea and Kimonos, -*sc
Tablespoons, Butter Knives, Su- Complete stock Ladies' White Tea
gar Shells, etc., tOc, 134 c, 15c Women and onildren Aprons and Maid Aprons, 25c
Baby Spoons, 35c New Neckwear, Vestees, Guimpes Candv Possessing PuritV
Children's Silver Sets, 25c Large Linen Collar and Cuff Sets, y 8 y
Aluminum Serving Spoons. Ladles, New Organdie Embroidery Sets. Soft -r, v, ,
etc., 10c, 15c and 25c Rolling Collars, New Choke Collars. —J resn W eSKIy
Dishware. Plates, Platters, Vege- Tango bords, Plain and Romau
table Dishes. Cups, Saucers, etc., stripes. New Net and Organdie Fril- After Dinner Mints, Chocolate Drops,
plain and decorated, from 5c ijng. Hard Candy, Fudge, Marshmal
to 25c Ladies' and Misses' Gloves, 25c lows, plain and toasted; Peanut
Glassware. Special Values, including Ladies' and Children's Hand Bags, Brittle, Peanut, Spearmint and
complete stock of Celery Trays, 25c Chocolate Kisses, etc., 10c a
Olive Dishes, Salad and Fruit Pocketbooks, 25c pound.
Bowls. Vinegar Cruets, Butter Ladies' and Children's Belts. 25c Salted Virginia Jumbo Peanuts,
Plates. Sugar Bowls, Spoonhold- New Braid and French Shell Pins, glass, 5c
ers, Bon-Bon and Cake Plates, ioc to 23c Chocolate Straws, best goods, 40c
Cream Pitchers. Water Pitchers Large assortment Plain and Fancy value, pound, 20c
and Glasses in all sizes, plain and Ribbons, also Velvet in black and Society Chocolates, Mint, Cocoanut
decorated, 3c to 23c colors, 10c to 25c Creaui, Italian Creams, Nouga-
Salt and Pepper Shakers, 5c and 10c Jewelry in the newest and latest tines. Whipped Cream, Nut Whip
Out Glass Glasses, Sherbets. Berry novelties. Carmels. Peanut Clusters, etc..
Dishes, Candlesticks, etc. Special Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, all pound, 20c
prices. sizes and colors. 10c to 25c Chocolate and Jordan Almonds, \%
Tea and Coffee Pots, 25c Fleeced-lined Underwear Ladies', pound, 20c
Serving Trays, 10c and 25c Misses' and Children's. Marachino Cherries, pound, 20c
Double Roasting Pans, 25c Baby Caps, 25c Old-fashioned Cocoanut and Molas-
Single Roasting Pans, 15c, 19c and Baby's Wool Hoods, 25c ses Strips, pound, 20c
Square and Oblong Jelly Cake Pans.
5c and 10c *
Pie Plates, Tin and Enamel. 5c and rTtfl i • • m i
t„x>c, 3c 5 c Thanksgiving Millinery
m, M . riomonU T imoli Secure your Thanksgiving Hat at half price. i
.laoie Jjanid.SK, J-iUIILII Large assortment of the latest and best shapes now on hand in
Silk Velvet, Plush and Velour.
Cloths, Doilies, Etc. «2.50 to #3.00 values 79c '1
$1.30 to $2.00 values 89c
Extra Heavy Mercerized Table SI.OO to $2.00 values 49c
Daniask. 25c Children's Trimmed Hats. 25c, 30c, 49c, s»c and 79c
Hemmed Mercerized Napkins, 5c TRIMMINGS
Hemmed Mercerized Napkins, 7c. J
4 for 25c Complete Stock Ostrich and Feather Fancies, New Roses. Maribou
Lunch Cloths. 25c and Fur Trimmings in the leading colors,
in Square. Oval. Round, also AT OUR USUAL LOW PRICES
with Embroidered Scallops. 19c
and 25c -
lc to 25c Department Store
Where Every Day Is Bargain Day
215 Market Street Opp. Courthouse
NEWS OF STEELTON
TIE REV. GJ. LAUFFERTO
Congregation of St. John's Lutheran
Church Extended Unanimous Call to
Newrille Man at a Meeting Held
The Rev. George Lauffer. of New
ville. was unanimously elected raster of
St. John 's Lutheran church at a meet
ing of the congregation held after the
morning service. Jf the call is accepted
the new pastor will assume charge of
t'he local congregation January 1.
St. John's has been without a regu
lar pastor since October 1 when the
Rev. Dr. M. P. Hocker resigned to as
sume the superintendence of the Kmaua
Orphan Home at (Middletown. During
this vacancy the pulpit has been oc.-ti
pied by a number of gifted ministers
who delivered trial sermons, but the call
was finally given to the pastor elected
The Rev. Mr. Lauffer has occupied
rhe pulpit at Ncwville for four years
and previous to that he served seven
years as pastor of a Lutheran church at
Xerv Oxford. He was a classmate of
the Rev. A. M. Stamets and the Rev.
8. W. 'Herman, of 'Harristburg, at the
George A. Front and Lincoln
streets, and Miss Bertha Moorhead, of
Gettysburg, were married Saturday aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock at the parsonage
of St. Mark's Lutheran churchi by the
Rev. William B. Smith, the pastor.
FUNDS FOR CROATIAN RED CROSS
The proceeds of the entertainment to
be held by the Croatian* of the bor
ough and vicinity in Croatian hall, Sec
ond and Washington streets, Thursdav
evening, will be devoted to the Croa
tian Red Cross fund and not the Ser
vian Red Ooss fund, as inadvertently
stated Saturday evening.
FUNERAL OF MRS. E. HOFFER
Funeral services for .Mrs. Eiizabeth
Hoffer, aged "S. who died last evening
Are You "Picky"
About What Vtu Eai
Do you have to think twice before
you take a bite of food?
Wouldn t it be worth a great deal
to you to know that your stomach
could be put in proper shape and
that you could have a proper relish
for your food?
This is easily accomplished bv
FORNEY'S DRUG STORE
426 Market Street
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23, 1914.
of a complication of diseases, will be
held at her late home, 146 North Sec
ond street. Wednesday afternoon at 1
jo 'clock. The Rev. Dr. M. P. Hocker,
of Middletown, will officiate and inter
ment will be made in the Churchtowu
cemetery, Cumberland county.
The St. Mary's football team de
j feated the Second Street Stars in two
i games piayed Saturday afternoon with
' the following scores: First game. 30-0;
i second, 12-0.
A second corp of Himalaya berries
I may be seen in the yard at the home
of Mrs. Agues Hess, 319 Lincoln
The G. B. B. Club held a meeting at
I the home of Ethel Pisle, 153 South
| Front street, Saturday evening.
Chief of Police Longnaker Saturday
night arrested Nicolo Jovauavie, a for
eigner, for malicious mischief, and
placed him in the lockup pending a
j hearing "before Squire Gardner.
At this afternoon's meeting of the
; Civil Clifb, Mrs. Edward Biddle, who
was in Europe after the beginning of
j the present war. told of the impressions
i gained during her travels. SThe club met
| in Trinity parish house at 2.30 o Vlock.
I Miss Blauche Gore, Highspire, aeconi
| panied t>y her sister, Miss Beulah
J York, 'have returned from an extended
j v sit to Haddon field, N. J.. an l l to their
j brother. O. M. Hoover. Philadelphia.
Mr. and 'Mrs. R. B. Keiler, C. E.
: Lawrence, Miss Carrie Lawrence. R. C.
! Kruger and Robert Millard, of the bor
| ough. spent Sunday with friends at
'Miss Maggie Smith aud Miss Minerva
\ Herman, after Spending one week with
| relatives in the borough, have returned
j to their home, Red Lion.
I. M. Dumbaugh. North Front
street, was called to Lancaster Saturday
by t'ho serious illness o? her grand
mother. who is 96 years of age.
IMaurice Sweeney, South Front street,
left this morning for Emmitoburg, Md..
where he will spend one week with rel
Mrs. J. M. Heagy. South Front
street, r.ddressed a missionary meeting
iu Reading yesterday.
Miss Eleanor Shutter entertained on
Saturday afternoon at her liome. South
Front street, in honor of Miss Bentlev,
of New Wilmington.
I Miss Wilcox, the visiting nurse em
< ployed by tbe Steelton Civic Club, wib
'be in her office from 8 a m. to 9
! a. n>., from 12.30 p. m. to 1.30 p. a.
| Hydrogen an-d oxygen gases sepa
rately may be compressed to the liquid
fomt, and .then the compression fur
ther is exceedingly diffienft. Bat in
the cehmical union of two atoms of
hydrogen with one of oxygen to form
a water molecule the immense force of
atomic attraction, or chemism, as one
may prefer to name the force is one of
the most powerful in nature. It re
duces huge volumes of the gases down
to a far less volume, and the force is
far greater than can be secured in any
machine of screws, levers or hydraulic
.presses. Atomic attraction is perhaps
the most powerful in nature. At least
it is strong enough to hold atoms of
steel and platinum together and dia
monds.—New York American.
DICE BROS.' CAR MAKES
IIS DEBUT IN AUTO WORLD
, With an Immense Institution and Un
limited Capital the Firm Is Fully
Prepared to Make Its Mark in Pop
When John F. and Horace E. Dodge
j in the very zenith of a career of 28
j years as machinists and manufacturers,
| closed out an automobile parts produ ;-
i tion enterprise, involving contracts
j worth a million and a half dollars a
month, to embark as automobile mmm
facturers. the 'o-ig public had a perfect
right to sit up and take notice.
Believing that a genuine demand
existed for a thoroughly well-built,
good-appearing car in the popular
priced field, Dodge Brothers felt that
j they were peculiarly well fitted to pro
| dace such a car. With an immense in
j stitution and unlimited capital behind
| them they were fully confident in start-
I ing out to 'build a second career upon
j their first.
With characteristic energy orders
j were issued for several immense build
i iegs, 1,000 feet and 800 feet long 're
| spcctively and fonr stories high, as aa
I addition to their plant. Avoiding pu;b-
I licity as far as possi'ble, a cool half
' million dollars was further expended
j in new machinery of the most advanced
j type obtainable.
Wisely, if unusually, they determin
ed not to court an advance appeal. \o
whit of information would be divulged
until Dodge Brothers' idea of a motor
tar stood complete in every detail. And
so the work of designing has goue for
ward, unhindered, until to-day the cat
has been publicly announced and placed
Something of immense confidence re
'joseil in Dodge Brothers, before any
detail as to the car had escaped from
the factory, is shown by the fast that
over 13,000 dealers wrote in for the
privilege of selling the car. "Place
the price any plat'e under SI,OOO and
ship us all the cars you can spare,'"'
wrote one enthusiastic" dealer who cap
tured the sales rights for his city. FYo:n
all sections of the I'nited States. Can
ada aud even foreign countries, the ini
prejsion seemed to prevail that "if
Dodge Brothers tan t place a new value
on the market, no other American com
(<any possbly can.''
Over G.OflO people stormed the De
troit salesrooms of Thomas J. Doyle,
Wednesday, November 11, and in the
most enthusiastic method possible con
gratulated Dodge Brothers in produc
ing a i-ar tiiat haß undeniably establish
ed a new standard of value in the auto
mobile industry. In the first half hour
after the salesrooms opened, 485 per
sons by actual count filed through „..e
entrance to obtain a glimpse of the long
awaited car. In the opinion of Mr.
Doyle, who has probably sold more pop
ular priced cars than any other man in
the automobile industry, the ocrasiou
was unique in motor ear history.—Prom
Detroit Saturday Night, Nov. 14th.
The Harrisburg Polyclinic Dispensary
will be open daily except Sunday at
3 p. m.. at its new location, Front" and
Harris streets, for the free treatment
of the worthy poor.
Artistic Printing at Star-Independent
GUARD 10 PREVENT SUICIDE
Man Who Confessed Killing of Boy
Writes Mysterious Notes in
Philadelphia, Nov. 23.—Xot con
j vinced that Victor E. Eshleman, a
| lodger at the Inasmuch Mission, was
! tolling the truth when he confessed to
the brutal murder of 8-year-old Albert
Kraft, whose mutilated body wasj
found Thursday morning in a culvert
| running under the Beading Railway
! tracks at Fifty-sixth street ajid Gib
son avenue, Captain Cameron yester
day again took the man to tbo scene
of the crime aiul requested him to re
peat in actions his version of the affair.
On Saturday afternoon before a group
of detectives, Eshleman dramatically
pantomimed the murder at the scene
of the crime.
Although yesterday Eshleman var
ied in several particulars from the story
ho told and acted on Saturday, he cor
roborated the essential details of the
crime aud the detectives are now con
vinced that he is the murderer. After
grilling th e man for several hours yes
terday they learned that the boy was
murdered and then made the subject
of a fiendish and brutal attack. Eshle
man. they declared, said he murdered
the boy in a clump of bushes and then
dragged tho body to the culvert where
he hoped to dispose of it in a hole be
tween the stone slabs.
This version of the affair disagrees
with the statements made by Eshleman
on Saturday when he declared that the
murder was committed in the culvert.
The police believe, however, that the
confessed murderer is telling the truth
when he says the murder was commit
ted more than 100 yards from the stone
It was learned yesterday that Eshle
man is addicted to the use'of drugs and
the theory is advanced that he was in
a stupor when he killed young Kraft.
The police spent the day investigating
Eshlemau's daily movements and hope
to learn more concerning the man be
fore he is arraigned tor a hearing be
fore Magistrate Renshaw next Mon
Religious services were held in the
cell room in Central Station yesterday
and Eshleman's voice was heard join
ing in the singing of the hymns. After
the men aud women who had conducted
the meeting had departed, the man
called for a guard aiul handed him a I
note bearing the following:
"If I should die. notify I<. .J. Wit
mer, Xo. 1601 Summer street. Tell
him I want to be buried beside my
mother in the Church Cemetery."
The cemetery referred to in the note
is believed to refer to a graveyard in
Lancaster, Pa., where Eshleman was
born and raised.
After reading the note the police
feared that the man was planning to
end his life and a guard was stationed i
at the cell door.
Quality is something that must
be "built in * an automobile. I
The real quality of a car doesn't j
show on the surface. It's some- j
thing that proves itself in constant I
service. The Chalmers slogan
is "Quality first." Chalmers cars
are built to last, to give satisfactory
service for many seasons.
Chalmers quality means that
every piece of material that goes
into the making of an automobile
! bearing the Chalmers trademark
must be of highest grade—first
The only way we can be s«re
of getting quality material—the
right material for the work re
quired of each part —is to build
sill Chalmers parts in the Chal
mers Shops. This is what we
| call "buiu in" quality, the kind
you get in every Chalmers car.
Chalmers Cars are bink in the
Chalmers Shop* by expert Chalmers
| trained mechanics, with the moat
modem took and machinery. They
are rigidly inspected by Chalmer. in
spectors. Thus we know that every
part, even the smallest bolt, is made
from quality material, made right and
wil give the utmost m satisfactory wear.
You can't get equal assurance of
quality m any assembled car.
Take the Chalmers "Real Test" i
Ride. Prove Chalmers quality to
your own satisfaction by a thorongh
1915 "Light Six", SICSO
1915 "Matter Six", 2409
KEYSTONE MOTOR CAR
1019-1025 Market Street
J HARBJBBURO. PA.
«r j OPEN WEDNESDAY "to
tSt\ EVENING TILL 1 "fto
s —" . . /
On Suits, Coats & Dresses at Sacrificing
Prices. Select Your Garment Now and
OPEN A CREDIT ACCOUNT
* WE SELL HERE FOR CASH AND 61VE
YOU CREDIT IF YOU WANT IT
— SJ 1
ll Ladies' |
IB g|; Jgj? New Fall Coats |
r Sale. Real Values Up fo sl3 |
One Lot of 150 Ladiestf^p
In Mackinaws, BalniacaanS and Belt Coats.
THESE WILL SELL FAST. Mf I
Values up to $13.50. Choice ai $7 jgf
epiil $5 8.-S 200 Misses' and Children's Coats
About 50 Ladies' All Wool Serge Dresses
For Saturday Only. Your Chaica at $5
125 Men's New Fall Suits and 75
Men's Balmacaans ' f|Uß|
FOR SATURDAY ONLY
Real Values sls. Your Choice at $9 tV
9LI VINGSTON' S Q
< SOUTH MARKET SQUARE >
Philadelphia Division—l2l crew to
go first after 3.40 p. m.: 104, 1 16.
1 10S, US, 101, 115, 123, 114,
Engineers for 101, 108, 115, UG
Fireman for 10S.
Conductors for 101 118.
Flagmen for 104, 116.
Erakemen for 108, 116.
Engineers up- First, Kautz, Downs,
Hair, layman, Minnich, Smith, Kenne
dy, Streeper, Hubler. uVlartin, Keller, j
Firemen up: Duvall, Brenner, Niss- i
ley, Naylor, fthoads, Whiehello, Pen-.
weli. Packer, Planning,
Conductor up: Hoar.
Flagman up: Sullivan.
Brakemen up: Coleman, M'oUinnis,
Middle Division—224 crew to go
first after 1.45 p. m.: 10, 239, 244,,
234, 231, 229, 222, 243, 241. |
Engineer for 10.
Brakeman for 10.
Engine: rs up: Simonton, Mumma,
Firemen up: Arnold, Ueeder, IPott- i
eiger, Oavis, Cross, Karstetter, I*>ok, '
Zeiders, Wright, Sheeslv, Fletcher, ;
Brakemen up: Roller, Bell, Hender- '
son, Plack, Reese, Schoffstall, Kohli, !
Nearhood. Myers, Peters, Stalil, Troy, j
Spahr, Pipp, jlathias, McHenry, Frank,
Yard Crews—Engineers up: Shaver, (
Eandis, Hovler, Hohenshelt, Breneman, |
Thomas. Kudv, Houser, Meals, Stahl, i
•Swab, Crist, Harvey, Baltsn»an, Kuhn, !
Firemen up: Bhiplev, l?evie, Ulsh,
Bostdorf, Se>heifEer, Kaui-h, Eackey,
ot'okerly, Maeyer, Sholter, Weigle,
»Snell, Batrolet, Getty, Hart, Barkey,
-Sheets, Bair, Eyde, Essig, Ney, Mvcrs,
Engineers for 213. 707.
Firemen for 1869, 707, 1699.
' Philadelphia Division—223 crew to'
go first after 5.43 p. m.: 235, 237.!
225, 242. 211, 203. 218, 212.
Engineers for 207, 216. 240, 242. j
Firemen for 203, 21S, 240, 242. j
Conductor for 240.
Flagmen wanted for 226, 235, 242. I
Brakemen for 215, 219, 223, 225,
Conductors up: Gundle, Steinour, i
Stouffer, PennolJ. Keller.
Flagmen lip: Smith, Kroli. Keitzel.
Brakemen up: Fensteuiach'er. Van
dling, Jacobs, Knight, Wolfe, Kei=ter, i
Goudv, Heim, Fair, Mummaw.
Middle Division—2lß crew to go;
first after 1 p. m.: 215, 227, 230, :
238, 214, 221. 223, 250, 226.
Six crews laid off at Altoona; 4 to j
P., H. & P.—After : 14. 10, j
16. 11. 15. 4. 6. 9, 22, 21, 17, IS, 5, !
7, 8. 2.
Eastbound—After 2 p. in.: 59. 61.
Choice Poultry for Thanksgiving
tL- K^ens „
mm Vp|j ——
I T I,
vf jV * Dellone Bros.
V C*ll Bell Phone 3431 J
i 63, 62, 70.
Conductors up: Philabauin. Kline.
Engineers up: Jlassimorc, l»ape,
j Class, Fetrow, Woland, Wyre, Kettner,
I Paine, Bruaw, Prchn, Sassiman.
Firemen up: Nye, Bowers, Brown,
j Sellers, liumbaugh. King.
Brakemen up: Kapp, Grimes, Shear
i er, Stephens, Fleaglc, Maurer, Troy,
| Ayres. I'agc. Miller, Fnaminger, Great
er, Cheney, Resell.
Rubendall Is Not a Candidate
Charles W. Ilubendall, Deputy Key
, ister of Wills, said this morning that
: he. is not a candidate) for the nomina
i tion to run for Register oC Wills in th'J
! coming primaries. He said he will
| work for the re-election of Roy D&nner,
, the present Register, under wiiujy he is
The Harrisburg Polyclinic DispenVirv
! will be open daily except Sunday "lit
3 p. m., at its new location, Front" and
Harris streets, for the free treatment
of the worthy poor.