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A New Lot of Men's Balmacaans J j
That Are Exceptional Values at $lO Tl,e De " ,ar " nent
Ts located for the Holidays in the inner section, or
A&. Ovprrnntc r*f Sslfi OO cmrl the Green Room, where trimmed and untrimmed hats
wvercoars or .MO.yu ana are on disp]ay in caseg and on tableß
jhL SrX $15.50 Quality A score of new styles in Pur Trimmed and white j j
Mgmmk The makers accepted a sacrifice price to clean- effects have been added to the display of Trimmed
iHSIHBk i- 0 ' t ii 1 •„ Hats, bringing this showing rurht up to the minute
MM #391 ip hl , s stock room for the season —he is now in Btyle i mp0 rtance-?4.95 and 86.50.
M*w4& r&ira w launched on Spring styles and this particular lot
fl cannot be duplicated once the Balmacaans are ~ Th . e new f ""trimmed hats m large sailor
M 'ill sold effects are shown at $1.49 and 91,95.
Wmk ' "* he lot includes stylos for men and young men " Divw ' Pomero^eeXvaior 8 . econd Floor ' Pront
in oxford cassimeres and cheviots, grey Scotch
IglSfl «! I mixtures and brown mixtures. Every garment
Wnß® has been cravenetted and is therefore rainproof. ' "
leZWXv Sizes 33 to 40. Quarter satin or Venetian lined. Tv A .• T%
m . ton ni CIC Demonstration Bear
A! : JKHS 1 Men s S2O Balmacaans at sls A\r
Heavy grey checked mixtures, plain grey worsteds, 01*3.11(1 I STIIS
! I]} • ™ »3jf] brown worsteds, Scotch mixtures and blue chinchillas;
■ i sizes ;J3 to 38; slashed or patch pockets. A competent teacher is in attendance to give free lessons to
q ' Q 1 Purchasers of Bear Brand yarns. There is also on display
DOVS oaimacaans ? beautiful assortment of knitted and erochetted garments,
R „, < j t, , . . including many new models and novelties.
and tan bcoteh mix t«re Balmacaans, rainproof, sizes 7to 18 years, $7.50 value at We will be pleased to have you see the display and profit by
?5.00 the instructions. j
or Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Second Floor, Rear—Three Elevators. n . . D . a . . Q . . _
Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor, near new elevators.
Our Grocery Department Makes Prompt emo y a ' of Corset Depart
p... . ... D ment on the Street Floor
Deliveries to All I SrtS Ol rlflrnsburcf! The Dp P artnient of inexpensive corsets on the street floor has
o* been moved to the second floor, in order that more room might
O • 1 a ~ . • /-*-\ be provided for the many gift items that are clamoring to be
opecial Attractions 1 o-morrow presented t© you .
If you arc unable to come to the store, an order written on a postal card, or given over the 1 L T7' i• . •
telephone will bring to you just what you want at the time you want it. 010V6S Ol rlflGSt VJllfllltlP^
t A combination sale of groceries for to-morrow includes sugar at 5e a pound.
i frfiSSKT. It From Trefousse and Perrin:
1 can fancy new co™ _W<. $1.75 tO $2.25
3 lb., choice California , Queen Olives; qt jars. 35c Sugar Cured'slcon■" "" v , Fl'Olll Sllcll reUOWUed glove houses 3S TrefoilSSe and
"TUT fancy sknta ciara Kancy Head R,ce; 3 •& ea U&„on BoioWna' \b ~ 'S b Pernn come the gloves that have made so splendid a
Tartarian Cherries' ( New Pear! l-apioca; 3 10a. Catsup; new tk- 'New' * * Seeded''' Raising f()1 ' GlOVe Department. Olllv tllC finest
* b "ijew" Moorpark Apricots' stuffed om S;: ' hV«eVadisi" pi Ne^cieaned' curran'^• grades of skins procurable are used and the workman
'b "DeV Monte" Coiossai tmnb,er ""raTin Fkrd Dates; sl "P ,fi « f tlle kind that Stamps each glove with a mark
Fu " Crean ' ch<?ose; a^ ic « c^ fo Fancy Pullp<l «>»* of P erfec V on .- Various embroidery styles are used,
it 't arfct Roacdaie Bakin, choc?! s ome employing self and some contrasting stitching.
Tomatoes; large can, ISc Imported Roquefort; lb., j New Mixed Nuts';' ii.','22c Abs^uteiy C nure il'a'voHnS 1 fotOUSS(> Ulld Poi'l'in gloves ai'O sllOWn 110W at
CH Ph 1 > »..v 1 ph 1 a CrefmC extra, ,s: al ' % s: ..d Jo $1.75 to $2.25
packages. . S.V j D?fed Beef; co'u'ntVy cm- 1 " Pe ' c ra nberrles; qt HiUabi-ry _ Flour; 2-claSp kid gIoVCS witll Self 01' black enibroidei'V ; ill
ed ta «> K™y, white and black. Pair, $1.50
substitute "for " hi. k'.n° in Rln| d ßo^ni;''.i.;!! la^T^fe 8 ' I&SiEMV Sundry 2-daSp kid gIoVCS ill tail and grey. Pair, . . $1.25
3isS bi a 2 ek! asp lamb skil ! gloves : * . wk ! te :. tan : .^ssi
t-w Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Basement. »• r. r o»
Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor.
Big Crowd to Attend Stough Meeting
Mechaniesburg, Dec. I.—Last even
ing a tine lecture on Palestine was giv
en by the Rev. T. C. Billheimer, D. D.,
of Gettysburg. The lecture was illus
trated with stereopticon views. It
was given under the auspices of the
brotherhood of the churcn.
This town will be largely represented
in the Stough tabernacle services this
evening. Yesterday about the hour of
closing the register for reserved seats
there were 324 registered and it is
very probable that many will go who
have not registered for reserved seats.
The party will go on special cars leav
ing the square at 6.37. A band will
aecompanv the party.
A number of our young people who
are attending school and college away
from home and were home for Thanks
giving vacation returned to school and
college duties yesterday. Among them
were William Dougherty, who returned
to State College; Charles Shriver, to
Franklin and Marshall; John Bowman,
to Lehigh, and Harold Wriglitstone, to
J. K. pinkie is on a business trip to j
geveraj».<f the Now England States.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sheaffer, of Mor- j
.ristown, N. J., arc guests of Mrs. Sheaf- I
per's grandmother, Mrs. Anna Fisbburn,
bast Locust street.
•Mrs. Calvin Clendenin returned last
evening from Philadelphia, wher» she
Men at a <
Like to Pay
The prices of fine shoes for
men are anything from one to ~~
steen dollars—here they are $3 $3 to $6
to $6, according to the quality
of the leather and the amount
of workmanship put into them.
If one style does not strike your Jos. F. Shorb I
laney there are others that will _
—there's a shoe here that will 300 A Market St.
lit and please any man.
spent Thanksgiving with her daugnter,
Miss Marv Clendenin, who is engaged
in settlement work in the city.
Last evening Integrity Council, U. O.
A., had as guests memibers of councils
from several towns in this and adjoin
The public school teachers are attend
ing county teachers' institute in Car
lisle this week and the boys and girls
are hoping for clear weather the rest
of the week, so they can have more
outdoor fun during the vacation.
There were seven deaths in this place
during the month just closed.
Miss Elsie Strong, of Shiremans
town, was a visitor here yesterday.
Junior Society of U. B. Church Give
Tower City, Dec. I.—'Mrs. Macha
mer, one of the oldest residents of
town, was surprised by a reunion at her
home. All of tihe children and grand
children gathered and spent a pleasant
The Rev. O. G. Romig is conducting
revival services this week at Orwin.
Harry Katerman, a student of Leb
anon Valley Gollege, spent several days
at his home at this place.
The first quarterly conference was
held in the Unite! Brethren Church on
I Friday evening. The Rev. H. S. Kieffer,
j of Ly'kens, was present to iconduct the
On Sunday evening the Junior So
ciety of the United 'Brefhren ehurc'h
gave a grand Thanksgiving entertain
ment. The following program was ren
dered: Music, orchestra; hymn,
HARRISBTTRG STAR-INDEPENDENT, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 1914.
"America;" Scripture lesson by the
secretary; hymn, "Bring Them "in;"
prayer, pastor; "Thanksgiving Day,"
by Harry Sliuey; "The Turkey's fare
well," Florence Carl; "A Child's
Thanksgiving," Vera Boyer; "Tom
my 's Thanksgiving," Clair Miller; "A
Fellow Feeling," IMialbel Rum'berger;
hymn, "Jesus Loves the Little Chil
dren;" "Along About Thanksgiving
Day," Margaret Beehtel; "Grumble
Corner," Margaret Ijong; "W'ho Gives
lis Our Thanksgiving Dinner?" Ruiby
Miller; "Little Paul's Thanksgiving,"
Wilmer Long; exercise, "Thanksgiv
ing," Ethefl Boyer ami Arthur Keesey;
■duet, George Hoke and daughter;
"What Bob Is Thankful 'For," Eva
Carl; recitation, (Millie Schirope;
"Thanksgiving Anticipations," Helen
Copenhaver; "A Turkey's View of
Thanksgiving," Albert Merold; bymm,
"Jesus Loves Me;" recitation, Lloyd
Shuey; "The Bashful Boy," Earl
Long; "The Little Ones," 'Harry
Keiser; exercise, "We Offer Thanks,"
■Mildred and Ruth Beehtel; " Die Dank
'harkeiit,'' Galen Knorr; "Thanksgiv
ing," Annie Shuey; "Day After
Thanksgiving," George Nunem acker;
recitation, Lawrenu-e M'eroM; recitation,
Myrtle Boyer; "Thanksgiving Day,"
Ray Nunemacher; address, pastor, offer
ing; announcements, dosing hymn,
benediction. The offering amounted to
J. H. Pike, of Mlddletown, Visits His
Halifax, Dee. I.—.Mrs. Ray Glace, of
Harrisburg, is a guest ait the 'home of
'Mrs. Jane 'Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bender did shop-1
ping at 'Harrisiburg on Saturday.
Frank Shultzbaugh, of Millergburg,
was in town on business on Saturday, i
J. H. Pike, of (Middletown, spent the
week-end iin town with his mother, Mrs.
Sarah Pike. '
H. Stewart PotteT was in MillersbuTg
on business Saturday evening.
Miss Carrie 'M'asner, of 'Harris'burg,
visited friends in town on Sundav.
iMiss A Ida Varner, of Harrisburg,
spent tine week-end at the home of 'Mir.
and iMrs. .T. W. <iomson.
Lloyd 'Matter was a visitor to Dau -
pihin Sunday evening.
■Charles Landis and daughter, Lydia,
of Harrisburg, spent the week-end in
town with his mother, Mrs. Lydia Lan
William Cooper was home from Dick
inson College where 'he is a student
over the week-end.
Earl Spittle, of Tower City, Seriously
Burned by Explosion
Williamstown, Dec. I.—Allen Saus
nian, of Harrisburg, visited his parents,
Miss Mary Kingston, of Norristown,
returned home after visiting her par
Miss Nellie Thompson, of Ardmore,
returned Sunday after a visit to her
Weldon Watk'ins ami Paul Carl were
visitors to Lykens Saturday evening.
A son was born to Mr. and IMirs. John
Snyder on Saturday.
Robert Baird, Harry Hunter, Enoch
William* and Charles 'Batdorf motored
to Harrisiburg to hear the Rev. Dr.
iMrs. Wilson Hettinger, of 'Lykens,
was t.he guest of Mrs. James Welsh on
Thomas Bond, Sr., was a visitor to
'Harris-burg on Saturday.
Earl Spi'tftle, of Tower City, was
I painfully burned and eut a'bout the
head by an explosion of coal gas in the
Harry Stites, a student at Swart'h
more College, and Joseph, of Ridgway,
returned after a visit to their parents,
Dr. ami Mrs. G. M. Sti'tes.
Geotrge Durbin, of Jefferson Medical
College, Philadelphia, returned after
visilting his uncle, Dr. H. A. Shaffer,
John Harris is seriously ill at this
home on East Broad street.
Charles AMem ami family, of Tower
City, were Sunday visitors here.
William Hall resumed his studies at
Vi llano va College.
Clarence Fear, of Lykens, was a town
Ralph Bates Visits His Parents at
.Shiremanstown, Dec. I.—Mr. and
Airs. Leßoy Bates and son, Albert,
spent the week with Mr. and Mrs.
Bates' parents and Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Campbell and family at Mt. Joy
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leiseman
spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs.
Miss Belva €!hroni*ter spent Thanks
giving in Lelbanon.
Mrs. Harry Huntsberger, of Harris
■burg, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
E. E. Henderson.
Miss Eckels, of Carlisle, iB spending
•ome time with Mrs. Eckels, bhis place.
Miss Laurie Feister spent Bunday in
Lemoyne, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Huntsberger and daughter, Violet,
and Mr. and Mrs. John Myers.
Kalph Bates spent the latter part of
the week with .his father and mother in
Body of Late Mrs. Daniel Felty Placed
in Concrete Vault
Linglestown, Dec. 1. —The remains
of the late Mrs. Daniel Felty were
raised from her grave in Shoop's
church cemetery and placed in a con
crete vault last week.
William Ball is erecting a new ten
ant house on his farm.
A movement to place lights on Main
street is toeing agitated.
Charles Look, who is contractor and
builder of the new house of John Fox,'
has the building almost ready for the
Mrs. Leah Clay, of Penbrook, visited
friends here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Strock, of Har
nsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Lingle,
or Enhaut, were recent guests of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Blain Hasslor, of Pen
biook, on Sunday were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. LeKoy Hocker.
The Misses Susie and Vera Look on
Sunday were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Raysor at Raysorville IHeights.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Schaner and son,
John Baker Schaner, of Harrirfjurg, on
Sunday were the guests of Mrs. Rebec
ca Baker and family.
Dr. E. R. Rhein and family, of Har
risburg, on Sunday visited friends
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reinert and
daughter, Catharine, on Sunday "were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Haiu
Miss Lillie Bromlbaugh,. of Harris
burg, and Miss Fisher, of Enola, on
Sunday were the guests of E. O. Hass
ler and family.
George Hench, of Hershey, was the
week-end guest o% his .parents, Mr. and
Ms. MeClellan Hench.
John Cruni, Jr., of Lower Paxton,
and Miss Anna Stauffer, of Progress,
on Sunday were the guests of Mr! and
Mrs. John Fox.
Harry Look and Miss Kelso, of Har
risburg, on Sunday were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Crum.
Lloyd Strayer spent Sunday with
firends at Dillsburg.
A large surprise party was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George F.
Bowers on Saturday evening in honor
of Mr. Bowers. The evening was spent
in a social manner and refreshments
were served to a num!ber of guests.
Miles Zimmerman spent Sunday at
Mrs. John Baldwin, daughter, Blanch,
and son, Earl; Leah and Paul Wolf
ensberger; Miss Bertha Straw, of Hum
melstown, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Carl and son, Marlin, spent Saturday as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolf
Foster Bollinger, Cornell Student, Re
turns to University-
IMillerstown, Dec. I.—Mr. and 'Mrs.
John Huniter, of A Moon a, spent Sunday
art. the home of John Ward.
Foster Bollinger, who spent Thanks
giving at his home in this place, has re
turned to Cornell University, Ithaca,
Mr. and 'Mrs. William Jones, of Al
toona, were in town on Sunday and a't-
l« N. Third St. and Penna. Station
tended the. funeral of the former's
brort/her, Jerome Jones.
Mirs. James E. Rounsley has returned
home from 'Mercersburg.
'William Marshall has ibeen ill at his
home on High street.
MTS. Susan Wagner, of Harrisburg,
is visiting her sister, 'Mrs. Ida Ward.
Miss Grace Light has returned home
from the Hebrew Hospital, Baltimore,
where she underwent an operation sev
eral weeks ago.
SIO,OOO to Be Distributed to Fanners'
Bank Saving Fund Members
'Hunvmelstown, Dec. 1. —The body of
Solomon Cassel, w*ho died Friday at his
ihome near Orantville, was brought here
at noon to-day for interment in the
Hummelsitown cemetery. Services were
hield in /ion Lutheran church and were
conducted by the pastor, t£e Rev. Her
bert. S. Carnes.
There will 'be the sum of sl'o,ooo dis
tributed tfhis year to members of the
Christmas Saving Clu'b conducted 'by
t'he Farmers' bank of Hummelstoiwn.
The club this year numbers about 400
members, which is larger than the mem
bership of any previous year and the
amount distributed will exceed by sev
eral tfhousand dollars the amount of last
year. Harry M. Horst, cashier of the
'bank, will be ketp«t busy all nest week
getting the checks ready to send to the
depositors and the checks will be mailed
so as to be received 'by the club mem
bers by Tuesday, December 15. A new
clu'b will 'be formed and conducted 'by
(he bank during the coming year. The
club will open on (Monday, December
20, and a large increase in t'he mem
bership of the clu'b is looked for by the
officials of the bank.
Dr. W. W. Fox was a visitor at
Downingtown on Sunday.
Mists Emmo Nitrauer, of iHighspire,
was the guest of her 'brother, Jeremiah
Nitrauer, for several days.
Mrs. Susan Shuman Died at Home of
Fisherville, Dec. 1. —Orva Lin'gle
and Ralph Lentz, Harrisburg, visited at
t'he home of R. Lentz, on Thanksgiv
James Bowman, of Harrisburg,
spent, a few days here at the home ot
his brother, William Bowman.
N. 0. Matter, mother and son,
Charles, of near town, spent a day at
Harrisburg last week.
Misses Mary Stoneroad and Daisy
Wilbcrt, were' at Harrisburg, over
SaJlie Radel was at Millersburg last
week one day.
Miss Margaret Hawk, of slt. Holly
Springs, visited here over Sunday at
the home of F. Loudermdlch.
Mrs. Catherine Bixler has gone to
Harrisburg to spent t'he winter.
Mrs. Sarah Young has gone to Har
risburg to visit friends and relatives.
Mrs. Eimima Joslin, of Los Angeles,
Gal., visited friends and relatives in
Clinton Miller, of Oklahoma, visit
ed in town last week.
William Wilbert had the first joint
of his thumb of the left hand smashed
while shredding corn fodder.
Quite a number of people from this
place were at Halifax to attend the
dedication of the new school house.
MTS. Susan S'huiwan diied on Friday
evening at the home of heir son-in-law,
William F. Forney, near town, of a
complication of diseases. She was near
ly 80 years old. The funeral services
was held to-day at Fetterhoff's church,
and interment was miado in the ceme
tery adjoining the church. The serv
ices were conducted by the Rev. J. F.
Sttabley. C. C. Baker, "was the funeral
Mrs. Isaac Kerstetter and daughter,
Mary, spent Saturday afternoon at Ly
Communion services will be held at
the Feitterhoff 's church on Sunday
forenoon by the Rev. J. F. Stabley,
Mrs. J. C. Bixler and children, and
Edward Fa.uber ami E. J. Bixler were
at Harrisburg on Saturday.
Lloyd Marsh transacted business at
Thomas Ingram, .in Hospital Eight
Weeks, Returns Home
Hershey, Dec. I.—Mrs. J. B. Paint
er visited relatives at Middletown.
E. H. Stine moved into the home of
the Rev. O. 6. Romig, on Cocoa avenue,
recently vacated by the Rev. 1 Moyer
Mrs. Harriet Henry sold her proper
ty on Spring Creek to her son, Morris
Mrs. Andrew Frey, of Lancaster, was
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Frank
Magee, and family.
E. L. Bomgardner, who has been ill
for several weeks with typhoid fever,
is improving rapidly.
Thomas Ingram, who had been a
patient at the Harrisburg Hospital for
.eight weeks, has returned to this
Joseph Dyer, of Sheephead Bay, N.
Y., was a visitor here.
John Sollenberger visited his home
M. G. Witman, the Baker, Is Suffering
With a Sprained Wrist
Middletown, Dec. I.—M. 0. Witman,
the Ann street baker, is suffering with
a sprained wrist and a wound on his
forehead, the results of falling off of a
wagou at his bakery. He was assisting
Merle Stipe to unload a wagonload of
flour and Stipe was handing Mr. Wit
man the last sack when the horse start
ed away, throwing Mr. Witman to tine
pavement, and receiving injuries which
O. O. Sclvaeffer dressed. * ,
Foster Banks, who spent the past
several days in town as the guest of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Banks,
Spring street, returned to Catasauqua
on Sunday evening.
Thomas Rhan returned home on Mon
day from a several days' visit to
friends at Reading.
Dr. W. P. Evans and sister, Emaus
street, are visiting relatives at New
ark, N. J., for several days.
"Quo Vadis," which was shown in
the Realty Theatre last evening, was
largely attended and enjoyed by all who
Joseph Hall, wife and son, of Har
risburg, spent Sunday in town as the
guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Fratts, Catherine street.
Miss Tillie Wildis is ill at her home
on State street.
Miss Mary Chalkley, Ann street, has
T. O. Eckenrode is ill at his home
on Emaus street.
accepted a position as clerk in th e dry
.goods store of J. G. Peters.
Messrs. Frank Fisher, Lee Good and
M. G. Witman left to-day for Philadel
phia where the v will attend the quar
terly session of the Masons which meets
in that city Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Margaret Palmer spent Rundav
at Dillsburg, York county, as the guest
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schaeffer, of
Lancaster, spent the past several davs
in town as the guest of friends.
The Rescue basketball team will plav
the Union team in the M. A. C. rooms
this evening and also the Wincroft and
Shop teams will play this evening.
Mrs. Catherine Nauss is spending
several days at Falmouth.
H. B. Witman, wife and son, of Lc
moyne, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J "'tman, Ann street, on Sunday.
Quite a number of persons from town
attended court to-day as the case of
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
comes up this week in regards to the
rioting and assaulting ten of the rail
road police several months ago
Miss Kathrvn Ulrich, of Lebanon
Sunday* ° f MiSS Rllth KHne ove,:
p Joseph Books, residing near Paxtang
for t'wo S weeks' r< " atiVeS R °^ lt< " 1
Charles (.ammell, of Lancaster, harl
a very narrow escape yesterdav morn
ing from the steeple of the St.'Pete 's
Lutheran church which he started to
repair, but by the presence of mind
saved himself from a serious fall. He
had fastened a steel cable near the ton
and was in the act to start repairing
the steeple when it gave away and he
taught hold of the cable and left him
self down. He started on the same
job this morning.
fc nß C „ ol °"?' Burtron and staff, who have
been holding services in the Free Mis
in°town PSSt t6n da " VS ' will remain
B„™,«i i ° Winff t0 thfl iU health of
Samuel Irely, who has had charge of
it® M f lss ; on f <"- the past nineteen vears,
expects to retire and will sell the Mis
sion Hall to Colonel Burtron. Mrfi Irelv
Jnd 'wiN h° ble T k in the Mission
and will be greatly missed. He has
friend< ! and th * work
• »J, poorer class has been great!v
sion Hall to Colonel Burtron. Mr. Irelv
ceive several other members who will
assist him in his work. Since he has
been holding services large crowds have
been present and quite a number have
Men and Boys' Night at Stough Meet
ing Changed to December 8
New Cumberland, Dec. I.—The men
anil boys' night at the Btough taber
nacle has been changed from Thurs
day evening, December 3, until Tuesday
evening, December 8. The change has
l>een made on account of the bazar in
the (Methodist church, which will foe
held on Thursday and Fridav evenin'gs
December 3 and 4.
The Christian Endeavor social of
trinity United Brethren church will 'be
'held at the home of Edward Shelly on
Market street this evening
Mrs. Wis (Becker, of 'Beliavista. has
returned from a visit to Philadelphia
where she met with an accident. She
went with some friends to the citv
'hall, where she made a misstep, falling
down the stairs and breaking her left)
wrist and spraining her ankle.
'Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Zimmerman, of
tjeary avenue, entertained lM!r. and Mrs
SunTay ° f Enola ' at dniner
The members of MTS. William Ma
thaw Sunday school class of Trinitv
united Brethren church will hold a
meeting this evening at the home of
their teacher at New /Market. Alt
members are requested to be present
'MTS. J. Bitterman and Mrs. Cohnan,
of Harrisburg, were guests of Miss
I hemie MOyer yesterday.
Lester Oline, of Baltimore, spent
several days with his 'parents, (Mr. ami
Mrs. J. L. Cline, at 'Bcllavista.
IMr. and Mrs. Oliver March and son
of Dover, visited (Mrs. Ellen ZeHer
and other friends here several days
/Mrs. Joseph Weatherly, Third street,
has had the interior of her home re
modeled and repaipered.
(Mrs. Mary Burns, Miss Reba Barnes
and LMiss Ad&mts, of Mechanh 1 al>ur« r
were gueSts of .Mr, and Mrs. W. s!
'Burns, .Ninth and Brid'ge streets,on Sun
(Mr. and Mrs. 'David Kebaugh visited
Mr. and Mrs. Kuhns at Camp Hiil on
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wentz, of Se«-
ond street, spent Sunday with friends
John Wire and sons, Ed'gar and
Ralph, have returned from a hunting
trip of several weeks.
Miss Margaret Eslinger, of Harris
burg, was a week-end guest of Mis*
Elopers Use Disguises
Altoona, Pa., Dec. I.—Disguises aid
ed Anthony Kimmel and Edna St. Clair,
lover and sweetheart of ten years, to
outwit relatives who sought to prevent
their elopement and marriage, it was
learned yesterday. The railroad polic •
at both Altoona and Cumberland had
been furnished with photographs of the
young people. Kimmel borrowed a suit
of clothes from a friend. His bride
wore the wig of a woman of middle
age, and they journeyed to Cumberland
on separate trains.
First Glass Up-to-Date
NO. 208 STRAWBERRY AVE.
Bear of Bolton House
The patronage of the j
general public as well as !
my friends and former ' 1
patrons is respectfully ;
Chas. F. Kuhn
i ! Proprietor