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DQINCS ON THANKSGIVING
DAY INJHE BOROUGH
Croatians Danc«d and Contributed
Funds to Croatian Red Cross—Col
lections at Union Thanksgiving
Service Given to Charities Work
Croatian Hall, Second and Washing
ton streets, was crowded last evening
with many Croatians who assemble-,1 to
hear a fine program which was rendered
bv pupils of St. Mary's Parochial
schools. At the close of the program
a dance was held, the proceeds to be
devoted to the Croatian Red Cross fund.
At Centenary United Brethren church
the collection lifted at the annual
In ion Thanksgiving service amounted
to sl7 which was turned over to the
treasurer of the local Associated Chari
ties committee to-.lay for the relief of
the destitute. The Rev. S. H. Rainev,
rector of Trinity P. E. church, deliv
ered the sermon. Other ministers pres
ent at this service were the Rev. G. W.
Cietz, Main Street Church of God; the
Rev. C. F. Tiemann, Trinity German
Lutheran, and the Rev. J. H. Rover,
First Methodist Episcopal church.
COLORED FOOTBALL GAME
Spirited Contest Announced for Satur
The attraction announced for '.'he
borough Saturday afternoon is a game
of football between the Hygienic (col
ored) A. C. eleven and the Carlisle Ti
gers. Each team claims the colored
championship of Central Pennsylvania
and the battle to morrow will be to de
cide the respective claims. The contest
will be played on the Cottage Hill field
to-morrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock,
and the lineup follows:
Hygienic A. C. Carlisle Tigers.
\Ba!l LE Thompson
Braxton LT . . Lane
Willis I, G Pete
Smothers C Moore
Washington t. . . RG Belt
Payne R T ..... . Robinson
G. Pearson .... RE Johnson
J. Pearson .... Q B Watson
Roebuck .... L IH B Stuari
Christian .... R II B .... Snack field
Thornton F B Mackev
TURKEY DINNER FOR TENANTS
Mr. and Mrs. P. Sff- Ney Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Ney entertained
at their home, 192 North Front street,
with a turkey dinner at 5 o'clock last
evening, the tenants of their apartment
building. The table decorations consist
ed of chrysanthemums, carnations, ferns
and fruits. The following tenants were
Mr. and Mrs. George Linn. Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison Spotts, Mr. and Mrs.
John Btiner, Edward Windsor# Levi
Kapp and Joseph Simms. Other per
sons. not tenants, were Mr. and Mrs.
P. M. Ney. the Misses Delia. Marie,
and Pauline Ney and Kirk Ney.
ENROLLED LARGE( LASS
Pennsylvania State College Extension
Course Appeals to Men Here
The Pennsylvania State College .En
gineering extension course has appealed
to many men of the borough and so far'
150 have enrolled as students. The
course will include arithmetic and shop
sketching which will be under the super-1
vision of E. E. Yake, of the local blast
Weekly sessions will be heW i'n the!
general office of the Pennsylvania Steel!
class has not yet been decided.
Harry E. Hermann. 163 South Front '
street, and Miss Mary M. Whitebread,
24 North Fourth street, were married
at the parsonage of Centenary United
Brethren church yesterday morning at
9.30 o'clock. The Rev. A. K. Wier, pas
tor, officiated and the ring ceremony
was used. Mr. and Mrs. Hermann wiii
be at home to their friends at 123 1
Penn street, after December 1.
FUNERAL OF GEORGE H. CONKLIN
Funeral services for George H. Conk
lin, who died Tuesday, will be held at I
2 o 'clock Saturday "afternoon instead
of 3 o'clock as was announced. The
services will take place at 518 North
DEATH OF MRS. NETTIE STEITLY
Mrs. Nettie Steitly. 24 years old, 143
Frederick street, Steelto'n. died last
night at the Harrisburg hospital. She
was admitted to the hospital Novem
ber 2, and besides her husband she'
leaves three children, the youngest of!
which is 9 weeks old.
DEATH OF MRS. STROUD
Mrs. Albert A. Stroud, aged 22 years,
died at her home, 116 Lincoln street,:
yesterday morning at 10.40 o'clock!
She is survived by her husband and
three children. Before her marriage
Mrs. Stroud was Miss Delia M. Young.
Funeral arrangements have not been an-'
Members of Steelton Council No. |
162. I. O A., are urged to meet at 'he'
hall, Front and Locust streets, Sundai 1
morning at 9.45 o'clock to attend serv- !
ices in the Main Street Church of ("!.>.! !
where the Rev. G. W. Getz, a past com-- j
cilor of the order, will deliver the ser
The Bessemer House Stars defeated '
the Station Stars football team on the j
\\ est Side grounds yesterday afternoon 1
by the score of 18 to 6." Wolf and 1
Smith played best for the victors and
The Beet Show of the Week at the
Quo Vadis, in three acts and eight parts
and lasting 2>4 hours. The early
history of Rome is graphically de- j
picted in this presentation and is
worth many times the cost of ad
Matinee—Doors open 2 o'clock, i
Show starts 2.30. Admission, 3 and i
JO cents. Evening show starts at 6 j
o'clock.* Admission to all, 10 cents. '
" Another Big Shipment of
Just Received From Kuppenheimer
One touch of winter has given all Central
Pennsylvania Klavicle-itis. No overcoat ever scored such
a tremendous success before. But thanks to our foresight,
and to the unequalled facilities of the great House of
Kuppenheimer, we're able to supply the phenomenal
* marvelous coat which has swept every
- The "Klavicle" The "Klavicle"
Is a Handsome Coat Is a Peculiar Coat
It comes in a wide variety of The entire back and both
both foreign and domestic novelties, in sleeves are one single, seamless piece of
rich Elysians, fancy Cheviots and sturdy cloth. This together with the faultless
Worumbos. The deep velvet collar of Kuppenheimer tailoring, results in a cer
harmonious shade, the wide rolling lapels, tain graceful drape and hang possessed by i
the ruffs on the sleeves, the patch pockets no other overcoat in the world. Countless
with flaps and the real South American other makers have tried to produce a coat J
buffalo horn buttons, in natural colors, all like the Klavicle, but without success. Only I
serve to enrich and beautify this fasci- the most expert designing and finest of I
nating overgarment. tailoring can produce a Klavicle. 1
The Klavicle is the greatest overcoat achievement of the greatest 9
overcoat makers in America—The House of Kuppenheimer—and is sold p
' iff' 'lis" S3O
Other Good From the attractive split-sleeve, patch pocket coats A a ! !>i
with silk y oke and sleeve lining (very popular but I MUp WT J■ |
OVERCOATS r j ather :ar J :e ' ) conservative Black Kerseys, kimono- |
H COPVRIviHT t9i'4
gV— t H
■ C rumlich and Barr for the Station
All members of the local United
Brethren Sunday school are urged to
meet at the church this evening at 6.4."
o'clock to take special cars for Harris
burg and join other Sunday schools in
services at the tabernacle, where Dr.
Stough will deliver the address.
Karl G. Krammer, North Second
street, has purchase ! the grocery store
of the late A. R. Hess and took pos-1
session of his purchase last Monday.
The choir of the First Reformed
church will hold its weekly rehearsal
this evening at 8 o'clock.
Members of Paxtang Tribe No. 2 4 3,;
I. O. R. M., are requested to meet at
the hall Saturday afternoon at 1 j
o'clock to attend the funeral of George !
Conklin in a body.
The Epworth League of the First
Methodist church yesterday included in '
the Thanksgiving contribution of the
church members two large barrels
packed with canned fruits, jellies and j
preserves for the Methodist hospital in ;
A foreigner, who gave his name as j
Smith, was arrested last evening bv !
High Constable Bomgardner for fight
ing on the West Side. He was locked!
up pending a hearing.
Oscar Stevenson, proprietor of a
North Front street barber shop, last
evening surprised Clarence E. Mo-ten
when he forced an entry to the shop
and held him at the point of a revolver |
until Detective Durnbaugh arrived. The j
detective placed Moten in the lockup, j
For several evenings Stevenson had
been robbed of the change left in his ;
Quo Vadis—The Imperial Banquet
The storv is laid in Rome during the
reign of Nero, the last of th? Caesars.
Pitilessly cruel and knowing neither j
honor or morality, he ruled an absolute I
despot, surrounded bv courtiers who i
feared anil flattered him in a desperate j
contest for his favor.
The opening scene pictures the in- <
terior of the luxurious baths of Petro
nius, one of Nero's favorites. Vinitns
tells his uncle Petronius of his love for
Lvgia, the beautiful ward of Aulus
Plantius, a Roman general. Petaronius
offers to gain the assistance of the Em
peror in behnlf of his nephew. This
great drama will be magnificently por
trayed in motion pictures at the Stand
ard Theatre Saturday evening.
.Tchn A. Partbemore, Harrisburg,
transacted business in the borough to
L. Laborwits. Front and Ix>einrt
streets, left to-day on a business trip
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith, of Phila
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 27. 1914.
delphia, spent Thanksgiving Day with
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Gault, North
Secon l street.
Miss Mary Fencil, South Third!
street, has returned from an extended!
visit to friends at Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wright, Locust
(street, left yesterday for Woodbury, N.
J., to visit their son, Roy, and family.
Calvin Atkinson, of Midland, was the
!guest yesterday of his parents, Mr.,
and Mrs. Horace Atkinson, North Front
Miss Helen Woodcock, of Sunburv, is
visiting relatives in the borough.
Miss K ian_ Herman, of Red Lion, is
a visitor at the home of Mr. anil Mrs.
M. F. Harlan, Felton street.
Civ Qradorff left Wednesday even
ing for Pittsburgh and witnessed the
Penn State-Pitt football game yester
James McGovern, of the Bethlehem
Preparatory school, is the guest of rel
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Earnest, 33<i:
Pine street, will spend the day as the !
guests of Mrs. Irvin Hartman in Sun-;
Paul Keim, of New Castle, is visit- j
ing his home in the borough.
Tho following borough students are
spending the Thanksgiving holidays in
the borough: Arthur Clemens, Gettys
burg; Douglass Beidel, Lebanon Val
ley; Richard Alden, Lehigh; Oarl and
Roy Shelley, Dickinson.
The Million Dollar Mystery
The many patrons of the local Or
pheum Theatre will be delighted this
evening with a continuation of this fas
cinating story in two additional parts.
Other fascinating reels will make up a
program which should not be missed.
Miss Wilcox, the visiting nurse
ployed by the Steelton Civic Club, wib
be in her office from 8 a. m. to 9
• T.. from 12.30 p. m. to 1.30 p. a
The Million Dollar Mystery, announced i
to be shown at the Orpheum Theatre i
last evening, failed to arrive in time !
and will be the great attraction at
this popular show place this evening.
Also a number of other fine reels.
Municipal LeagUA to Meet
The Municipal league, a local organ
ization, responsible for many of the j
municipal improvements in Harrisburg!
during the past fifteen years, will hold
its thirteenth annual meeting in the
rooms of the Harrisburg Chamber of
Commerce in the Kunkel building this
evening. J. Horace McFarland will
IN FAITH Fl T L WIFE SUICIDE
Shoots Herself After Spov.se Returns
New York. Nov. 27. —Joseph Grant
stepped from a train in from Pittsburgh
at the Pennsylvania station and hur
ried to No. 66 West Ninth street,
where Lis young wife, Minnie, has been
living, whle he has been working in
Pittsburgh and saving his money, hop
ing to fit up a new home for her there.
Grant hoped to surprise his wife by re
turning unexpectedly to spend Thanks
giving with her.
The door was opened by Mr 3. Grant,
who, seeing her husband, screamed 1 and
tried to bar him out, but he was too
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| quick for her. In the room set a well- 1
j dressed young man-—a stranger to
| The husband demanded an explana
tion. The stranger offered to take a
walk with hitn and explain. On the
street he tol.i Grant that he had knowi |
I Mrs. Grant for some months, but would
igo into no details. The two parted at
| the Hotel Brevoort anil Grant returned
'to his wife.
He found her unconscious on the j
floor. There was a bullet wound in her j
! temple and by her lay a revolver, which j
I Grant had never seen before.
She was taken to St. Vincent's Hos-1
\ pit al, where she died at 6.30 o'clock I
| Wednesday night. Grant told the police j
he had sent her money regularly and a
few days ago enclosed her S3O. She
appeared depressed in the letter she
j wrote him thanking him for this money,
j and he decided to come to her.
Drowns Self in Bathtub
j Caroline Weaver, 55 years old, an'
| inmate at the almshouse, committed sui
cide in the bathroom of that institu
! tion Wednesday night. She ran water
> into the bathtub and drowned herself,
j She was a habitual user of morphine,
j officials declare, and Coroner Eckinger
1 blames, her nervous condition from tho
| use of that drug for her suicide.
Philadelphia Division—lo9 crew to
go first after 3.40 p. in.: 120, 107,
j 125, 102, 103. 122, 126. 106.
Engineer wanted for 125.
Firemen wanted for 102, 106, 107,
Conductors for 102, 109, 120, 125.
Flagmen wanted for 102, 107, 117,
•lirakemen for 106, 109, 117.
Engineers up: Gillums, Albright,
Speas, .Smith, Downs, Kennedy, Bair,
(loodwin, 1/ayman, Martin, Minnic'h,
lleisinger, Smith, Hubler, Smeltzer,
Grass, Foster, Streeper, Wambaugh,
Firemen up: Gilberg, Duval),
Rhoads, G-entrer, Brenner, Xay lor,
Whkvhella, Packer,, Penwell, Swank,
Bleich, Arnsberger, Behman, McCurdy,
Balsbaugh, Manning, Keglemun, Dun
levy, Grove,- Farmer, Ohronistcr, Mul
holm, Kerstrevea, .\I offset, Collier,
Flagmen up: Harvey, Witmyer.
Brakemen up: Wilanj, Frock, Mum
ma, Riley, Collins, Baltozer.
Middle Division—246 crew to go
NOVEL DEMONSTRATION OE DEEP SEA DIVING
TO BE GIVEN AT ORPDEIM NEXT WEEK
Captain Louis Soreho, the expert
deep sea diver, who was employed by
the United states government in 1898
to recover the dead bodies from the
sunken Maine, will appear at the Or
pheura Theatre next week in an act
that is unique in vaudeville. The
celebrated diver carries a lar.se tank,
with glass front, in which he demon
strates the hazards and possibilities of
An entire carload of paraphernalia
is carried to put this act on in realistic
first after 1.30 p. m.: 248, 228, 235,
Preference: 3, 4, 7, 1, 2, 5, S, 9,
6, 10. Laid off: 20, 18, 24, 23.
Kngin«er for 10.
Firemen for 3, 7.
Conductor for 2, 5, 6.
Brakeman for 10.
Engineers up: Kugler, Wissler,
Sirit'h, Miinnich, Garman.
Firemen up: Drewett, Schreffler,
Weiibley, Buyer, Liban, Thomas, Born
man, Simmons, Seagrist, Arnold, Reed
er, Kars-tetter. Davis, Pottiger, Gross.
Conductors up: Iluber, Byrnes, Bog
Flagmen up: 'Miller, IMuroma.
Brakemen ur: Kerwin, Putt, Boan,
iß'l'kert, Fritz. Bell, Heck, Roller,
Plack, Reese, Frank, M - Henry, Sch-off
stall, Kohli, Myers, Spahr, Peters,
Stahl, Troy, Pi pp., 'Mathias.
Yard dfews—Engineers up: Swab,
Crist, >Harvev, Saltsman, Snyder, Lam
dis, Pelton, Shaver, Hoyler, Brenneman,
Thomas, Hotiser, Meals, S'tahl.
Firemen up: Myers, Boyle, Ship
ley, Crow, Revie, Ulsh, Bost lorf, Schief
er, Ranch. Weigle, Lackey, Cookerley,
Maoyer, Sholiter, Snell, 'Bartolot, Getty,
Hart, Barkey, Sheets, Bair, Eyde, Essig.
Engineers'for 707, 1758,^1368.
Firemen for 1569, 707, 1856, 1820.
Philadelphia Division—2o4 crow to
go first after 3.45 p. m.: 207, 240,
211, 235, 215, 229.
Engineer for 207.
Firemen for 204, 240.
Conductors for 215, 221, 227, 240.
Flagmen for 226, 235.
Brakemen for 204, 255, 223, 227,
Conductor up: Gundde.
Flagmen up: Smith, Reitzel, Krow.
fashion. An interesting part of the
captain's demonstration is the showing
of the submarine telephone, which is
his own invention.
Captain Soreho carries with him a
devil-fish that he encountered and
bested in a fight beneath the surface of
the ocean. The fish measures 18 feet
from tip to tip of' its tentacles.
A big show of high-class vaudeville
is grouped about this novel feature l'or
next week's bill.—Adv.
Brakemen up: Shuler, Rice, Felker,
Malseed, Myers, Wodffe, tStimeling,
Deets, Crosby, Musser. ,
Middle Division—249 cretov.
after 3.30 p. in.: 225, 240. x. . I
Eleven Altoona crews to come iiK J
Three crows laid off at Altoona.
Laid off 116, 112, 115, 102, 113,
P.» H. and P.—After 12.45 p. m.:
4, 9, 17, 22, a, 7, 21, 18, 8, 2, 19, 1, 8.
Eastbound—After 2.45 p. m.: 64,
53, 56, 59, 67.
Engineers up: Wireman, Sassman.
Firemen up: Bowers, Kelly, Sellers,
Howdl, Longenecker, Lex, Palm, Corl,
Dowhower, Zukoswiski, Binghaman.
Brakemen up: Holbcrt, Kesch, Gard
ener, Yoder, Heckman, Grimes, Shear
er, Stephenson, Greager, Wynn, Miller,
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