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. Established 1850
C. R. BOAS
, Jeweler amndl Silversmith
We are always glad to have you come into
our store and loOk around, whether or not you
intend to purchase. At this time a visit to us
would l«e especially prolitable. When you
come in we will take pleasure in suggesting
to you gifts Cor those persons who "have
214=216 Market Street
DAUGHTERS OF 1812 HOLD
AfiNUAL MEETING TO-DAY
Two "Real Daughters" of Lebanon
Apply for Membership—J. Clarence
Funk Talks on Women's Rights—
Charitable Work Discussed
The annual meeting of the Keystone
Chapter, I'nited States Daughters of
ISI2, was hell this afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. H. 11. Freeburn,
140S North Second street. There was
a large attendance and the program
was one of great interest. The regent.
Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones, presided.
Among the features were the vocal so
los by Miss Katherine Heicher and
Miss Mary Seaman which delighted
every one. The treasurer. Mrs. .). Ed
ward Dickinson, presented her annual
report, which showed no outstanding
d 'bts an 1 a balance in the treasury of
C-Trt, despite the heavy drains upon the
( liapter for its part in the memorial
tablets at Sliver Spring cemetery and
( ther iiiuisuai expenses of the last. !
Miss Catherine Irwin Egie gave her!
r.-prir; as registrar show in;; that the;
' !|t r Har- at present an active en
roii.'iient of 00; tw<> have been admit
ti : luring the last fortnight and -ev
' iii ether application pr«| ers are being
I be out. The !oi a, membership of
tn r Chapter is limited to 50. but there
ate some out of town members, bring-;
ing the total to 60. Two Real Daugh
ter in Lebanon have asked for appli
Christmas philanthropic work was
panned as usual by the Chapter, and
i' s hoped that all who will contrib
ute to thus lirnefieient work will send j
their money, or donations of food,
clothing, toys or underwear at once to
Mr... James Barr Mersereau, 1934
-Vorth Second street. One of the Real
Daughters whom the Chapter will aid
this month is in very poor health and
the cheer of her Christmas season de
pends entirely upon the generosity of
the Chapter. It- i« hoped that everv.
member will contribute something to
tiiis particular box.
J. Clarence Funk Gives Talk
The principal feature of the after
noon was an informal talk given by j
J. Clarence Funk, a lawyer, on "Worn
w> Under the Law." He traced the!
development of law from the early days'
down to the present time. While the
legal status of woman has improved I
considerably in the centuries, he said,
there a r e some inequalities of law not
generally understood ami even Pennsvl- i
vania, which claims to be so just to its!
women, allows a man to mortgage th?
homo which his wife may have helped
t . purchase by her economy.
"In fact," said Mr. Funk, "while
the husbaju! cannot sell the house with-
and the Cop Xk pT
A booklet, "How to Keep Well," pre
pared under the eye of the Police Surgeon
and the Health Commissioner, and dis- %
tributed to the New York Policemen—the finest police
force extant—among other suggestions, says:
"Strong Coffee and Tea '
are Always Harmful"
Coffee and tea both contain the drugs, caffeine and
tannin, which often cause headache, biliousness, heart
flutter, sleeplessness, and other ills. .] ijj
New York Doesn't Want «HB9BOf
Nervous, Debilitated Policemen Vgra|||H|
If you value your own health and power to "do WflßKlflft
things," suppose you quit tea and coffee, and try the
famous pure food-drink
Made only of prime wheat and a bit of wholesome
molasses, Postum is free from drugs, or any harmful sub-
There's fine flavour, genuine nourishment and health JE9
in a steaming cup of well-made Postum fir
"There's a Reason"
I out his wife's signature he can mort
gage it for as large a sum as he can
get without even her knowledge."
A number of other laws were also
instan ed showing that while great
progress has been made along the line
of legal equity for women, much sti:l
remains to be done.
The regent, Mrs. .>oues. gave her
usual talk on current events, touching!
upon some of the"side lights of the
great war, and emphasizing the fact!
that while the Sultan has called'the|
Moslems to a Holy War, Aga" Khan,!
who claims to be the religions head of!
th 3 Mohammedan church, has issued a|
proclamation urging Moslems to be j
faithful fo Britain and saying that a|
Holy War is an impossibility «ince Ger
many herself is not a Mohammedan
Other points referred to were the
development of I gava; the new areai
thrown open for settlement by Argen-I
tina and Chile; mierophotography;'
map making of the bottom of the ocean j
and various other jtoints of interest!
including new inventions. Letters were'
read from the State president of 11-1
linois asking the Chapter to support
Mrs. Robert Hall Wiles, of Chicago,'
as President Xational of the 1' S n
The National paper of the society I
was distributed to the members and as!
rhe issue contained an account of the!
gateway at Silver Spring, it had more'
than ordinary interest for the members.'
Nominations for Officers
Mrs. Charles S. Rebuck acted a i
chairman of tellers, and the Chapter!
voted by ballot, the following being!
the list of officers suggested by the'
nominating committee at the October i
Regent. Mrs. Mabel Cronise .Tones,'
who has held the office for the last
fourteen years and who protested vig- ■
orotisly against a renomination; first,
vice regent, Mrs. Charles J. Wood, Jr.; I
second vice regent, Mrs. Sarah Kistler !
ol CarKlei registrar. Miss Catherine
Irwin hgle; treasurer, Mrs. James Ed
war 1 Dickinson; recording secretary,
Miss May Fox; corresponding secre
tary, Miss Matilda W. Hiester: histori
an. Mrs. .lames Barr Mersereau.
After (he adjournment of the busi
ness meeting the members spent a
pleasant social hour with the hostesses
ot the day; Mrs. H. H. Freeburn, Mis-r
May Fox an i Mrs. B. F. Blough.
Mrs. .1, Edward Dickinson will he
chairman of hostesses for the February -
Will Open Their Town House
Mr. and Mrs. D. Bailey Brandt, who
have been spending the summer and!
early winter at their country home,!
will open their town house at i2l State)
street next week.
Will Spend the Winter Here
Mrs. Anna Williard Connely, of At
lantic City, will spend the winter with I
her daughter, Mrs. John Oenslager, 115 I
South Front street.
HARRIifeIIRG STAR-INDEPENDENT. THURSDAY EVENTNO. DECEMBER 3. 1914.
RED CROSS ENTERTAINMENT
Will Be Given in Tech High School
Auditorium This Evening—
A Red Cross entertainment will be
given this evening in Technical High
school auditorium under the' Auspices of
the societies of St. Michael's German
Lutherau church The proceeds are to
be devoted to the purchase of clothing
aud food for tfhe war-stricken families
in Germany and Austria.
Prominent members of the cast will
include the Harrisburg Maennerchor,
under the direction of Herman Poolkel;
a comedy sketch by Messrs. Ijevan,
Kitinard and Gilbsou, and a humorous
skit entitled, "The Old Maids' Asso
ciation," by the following: Uora
Adams, Margaret Miller, Marie Wohl
farth, Anna K. Vlehfing, Ivleaiinre M.
Wreschinski, Kin ma Graupner, Sophia
Johannes, Emma Hovler. Minnie Poller,
Clara Bucher, Elizabeth I-nisman, Doro
thea Prar.kcnherger, Elizabeth Kieli
iiißii and Alber- H. Buchiv.
The Rev. Reinhold Schmidt, pastor
of St. Michael's church; members of
tiie Ladies' Aid ail Young People's
Society will also assist.
Th< following program will be ren
' 'Rhapsodic Hotigroise Xo. 6."
Liszt, Herbert Mpiiuger; uaritone solo,
"A Jolly Old Monk," Abncr Hartmun,
accompanied by Mrs; H. I'fnbl Froeii
lich; troirtbone so'o, " Romance," Ben
net, George W. Oiede, accompanied by
Mrs. Ocorge W. Oic'le; soprano solo,
selected, Miss M. Corbett, accompanied
by Miss P. Corbett ta) ''Pennsyiva
nia," ('») ''Mighty LaU' a Rose," Miss
Wilhelmiua Wolilfartih,, accompanied by
Miss Aynes Moc».leih; duct, Longfel
low 's " Kxce'jior." M. . Balfe. W. L.
Looser, baritone, Harvey A Boyer, ten
or. accompanied by Willard .1. Loeser;
"Eiusiedler an die Nacht," Kcm, UTar
ripbarg Maennerehor. Herman Poelkel,
ilirector; "La Canvpanella.'' Liszt,
Miss Rhoda Deseuberger; violin solo.
" Hejre Kati. o>;>. 32," .It us Ilubov,
Miss Jessie B. Brausrlet, accompanied
by Mrs. G. K. Kilbacher: comedy
sketch, selected. Messrs. Le Van, Kin
nard and Gibson; soprano solo iai ''Mv
laddie," Phnver. (b) "A Bowl of
Roses," Clarke. Mrs. George W. Qic.de,
accompanied by Miss Cannon; reading,
"The Wedding of Mary Kary," Bosn
er, Miss Elizabeth Kunkel; solo, ''Gyp
sy Maiden, I," Miss Ethel Henry, ac
companied by Miss Cannon; "Am
Rhein." Brixen, Harrisbnrg Maenner
rlior, Herman Poelkel, director; tenor
solo, "Emogone," Hill Pierson. Har
vey A. Boyer, accompanied by Herbert
Springer; violin sulo. "Humoreske,"
Anton Dvorak. Miss .Tcssie B. Brauglet,
accompanied li" Mrs. G. R. Ku-hftrher;
soprano solo, selected. Miss M. Corbett.
accompanied In Miss F. Corbett;
"Staccato Etude," Rubinstein. Miss
Maud Miller; trombone =olo. "The Vis
ion." Brooks, George W. Giede, accom
panied by Mrs. George W. Giede.
HI M>l AGE SALE AT MM HIKL
Will Be Held Under At!3pices of Moth
ers' Meeting Committee
A ' rummage sale" will be held at
Lochiel to-morrow evening by the wom
en of Market Square Presbyterian
church, who for 'he past seven years
have been carrying au a s; lemlid work
in that district by the "mothers' meet
ings." The rummage sales are annual
events and the money raised is use 1
in carrying on the work from year to
Mrs. Herman P. Miller is treasurer of
the committee; Mrs. Croll. secret;?!—,
and Mrs. Robert C. Williams i? the
chairman in charge of the work. Kiev
en committees have been appointed,
with about thirty helpers, and the
chairmen ot these committees are Mrs.
■Manser, Mrs. Sroner, Mrs. Newman,
Mrs. Henning, Mrs. Anna Young, Miss
Simonetti. Mrs. Haack, Mrs.-'March and
t'he Misses Heister.
Mrs. Evitts Entertained
Mrs. Richard Kvitt, entertained the
members'of the W. W. G. Embroidery
Chub at her home, 411 South Cameron
street, last evening. The ladies sewed
and chatted, after which dainty re
freshments were served. Those <,resent
were Mrs. A. I. Critchley, Mrs. William
Snoddy, Mrs. William Hiiikle. Mrs.
Charles Shepiey, Mrs. Harvv Weaver,
Mrs. Blanche Donnelley ani Mrs. B.
WILL BE SOLEMNIZED 70-NIQHT
i &**~fjk'-~. ■ Jjr
Miss Grace St. Claire Madenfort
The wedJ'.ug c-f Miss Grace St. Claire
j Mndeiifort, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank B. Madenfort, and Walter G.
j Kociiei will be a quiet eveut, of Ufai3
! evening, taking at 6 o'clock at
j tiie parsonage of the fine Street Pres-
I bytcrian chur. "h. The Kev. Lewis S.
: MuJge, the pastor, will perform the cere-
I rr. v.
T.'.i bride will wear a gown of vio
j iet t< 1 0 meteor, and a corsage of vio
| ANNUAL CHOTAS SALE
Women of St. Andrew's P. E. Church
Will Hold Interesting Affair
Women of Saint Andrew's I'rotestant
J ii'piseepai church will hold the annual
I Christmas sale next Saturday at the
j parish ho :se at Nineteenth and Market
j streets. It will be open to the public
from 2 o'clock in the afternoon until
1 10 at night, with lunch served through
i on! the sale.
A musical program- has been ar
• tanged foi the entertainment of the
I guests. The ' assembly room of the
i ar.sh house will be decorated with
i booths, at which different goods will
be sold. Specialties will bo home-made
candies and cakes and fancy articles
| suitable for Christinas gifts.
: The chairman of the general coni
jmittee is Mrs. 11. M. Killing, with Mrs.
i .1. I. Matcl.eU as assistant chairman,
i !>rni Mrs. Edgar V. Leeds as secretary.
Other work will bo handled by the foi
| lowing committees:
| Cake—'Mrs. William H. Halfpenny,
jcha'rman; Mrs. C. J. Hoffman, Mrs. W.
; H. Hoth anil Mis. Willis Geist NewUioM.
I Luncheon—-Mrs. K. W. Watts, cliair
| man: Mrs. Gilbert W. Mattson, Miss
Balweli, Mrs, Kdward F. Doehne, Mrs.
' On-ar 1.1. Hvans, the Misses Hicks, Mrs.
! William H Bait/.ell and Mis. Robert
| Patt'son Cox.
Fancy Ta.'.de —Mrs. John I'". Miller,
chairman; Mrs. J. R. Hoar, Mrs. W. H.
Smv-cr. Miss Valentino, Mrs. I. B. Dick
-1 inson and Mrs. Harry K. Hope.
Candy Table—Mrs. Robert Pattison
' Cox. chairman; Miss lOlennor Fellows,
Miss Kli'/.'beta Byers, Miss Grace B.
Srighnrin. Miss Anna R. Kvotzer and
Mi»s Lockie A. Collins. This table is
j pcrtii ularlv in barge of members of
; the senior branch >f the Junior Aux
! iliary of the ] arish.
I Ice Cream —Mrs. George W. Seigh
: :r.an, chairman; Mrs. X A. Walker and
: Mr'. Joseph Fellows.
HAS RKSI MEO HER STUDIES
Left for West Chester Normal School
After Holiday Visit
MIES MARIAN MINSKER
Miss 'Marian Minsker, d'aughte of
Mr. and IMirs. William Minsker, of j_iu
|hin, letf Monday to resume her studies!
at West Chester normal school. Miss I
Minsker was valedictorian of the class
of 1914, Dauphin High school, and is
(popular in the class societies.
Bazar and Food Sale
The Ladies' Aid Society of Immanuel
Presbyterian church will hold their an
nua! bazar and fool sale in the base
ment of the church, Sixteenth and
Juniper streets, this afternoon and
evening and to-morrow afternoon and
evening. All kinds of fancy work,
ice cream, candies and pastry will be
lets and valley lilies. The attendants
will include Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hursh,
IMra. Raymond WetaeL Immediately
after the ceremony a reception will be
held in the newiy-furnisiied 'home of
the 'bride and groom, 1507 State street,
after w.hiwh 'Mir. and Mrs. Kok'hel will
leave for a wedding trip to Philadelphia
and New York City. After December
15 they will be "ait 'home" at 1507
BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN
FOR KAMI MAE FRICK
Strange Celebration of Birthday Anni
versary Held at Mt. Airy Institu
tion For Deaf and Dumb For
i ; *
A strange birthday party was given
j yesterday afternoon at the Pennsylva
nia Institution for the Dea.f and Dumb,
jat Mt. Airy-. The party had all tihe
requisites of a real birthday party, the
■ cuke with lighted candles, pretty flow
ers an.d softly shaded candelabra.
At the head of the table was seated
the hostess, Kaithnne Mae Frick, the
deaf, dumb and blind ward of the
State, sweetly and Shyly presiding
over the feast." Kach guest had receiv
ed a typewritten invitation, neatly
written by the hostess who received
them as they entered, talking in their
own peculiar 'language about the party
and the pretty gifts.
The fifteenth birthday anniversary of
I Kalthrvne Frick was in reality her
! fifth birtihday anniversary. In tic last
five years the child has learned to read
and write in Braille, to speak the sign
language and has even developed fhe
power of speech to a limited degree, lie
fore that time she was a flighity, nerv
ous child, who could scarcely walk,
whose mind was undeveloped, who ut
ter&d strange sounds that were hardly
I human and who seemed to have no
connecting link with life. Yesterday
s'he presided over her party a solf
jwssessed young woman who may have
before her a future as remarkable and
useful as tiiat of Helen Kellar.
Kathrvne's latest achievement is
the masitery of the sewing biac'hiine and
site can run up a seafoi as quicklv and
I as well as the average seeing person.
; "BUSY BEES" TO HOLD SUPPEK
, Ladies of Camp Hill M. E. Church
Plan Interesting Sale
The "Busy Bees" of the Camp Hill
Methodist Episcopal church will hold a
"roast ham supper" in the engine
house to morrow evening. Roast ham,
baked beans, pickles, jellies, sandwiches
and coffee will bo included in the bill
of fare and ice cream and cake will
be sold. There will also be on sale
many pretty hand-made articles, such
as boudoir slippers, caps, dainty
crocheted jackets and shawls and rnany
other pi'etty and useful articles suit
able for Christmas gifts.
The Busy B*e Society is one of the '
adult societies of the church and has i
been untiring in its efforts to help in '
every possible way the finances of the '
Senior Class Dance
The Senior class of Central High
school will hold a dance in Hanshaw's
hall to-morrow evening. Music will he
furnished bv F. Marion Sourbeer, Jr.
English Beauty Tells
Through a fortunate meeting wttli an
English lady, noted for her dazzling
complexion, I recently learned the full
meaning of that old adage, "Beauty is
hut skin deep." She taught me how
to remove my muddy old skin, revealing
the young and beautiful skin under
neath. The process Is so simple, harm
less and inexpensive, I'm sure you'll be
glad to know about It. Just get an
ounce of ordinary mercolized wax at
any drug store and apply nightly like
cold cream, for a week or so. Every
morning in washing off the wax, tiny
particles of worn-out cuticle come off.
too. The action is so gentle and grad
ual, there's no discomfort. It's a won
derful treatment, as it not only peels
off the faded or discolored skin, but all
of its defects, as chaps, roughness,
freckles, pimples, blotches.
I am indebted to the same lady for a
remarkable wrinkle - removing formula.
One ounce powdered saxolite is dissolv
ed in a half pint witch hazel. Used as
a face bath, this is so effective that Just
one application causes the liner lines to
disappear, and soon even the deepest
ones go.—"Klise" in American Home.
THE CHRISTMAS STORE I
| OF PRACTICAL GIFTS U
I Presents fcr Christmas I
5 LARGE SAVING 8
-■ On any gift that you wish to make, I can positively save <3
!i you ONE-THIRD in buying. PC
Low Rent (being only a few doors from Market street) Q
is the reason for LOW PRICES. <
For forty years I have been in the jewelry business and 5
my customers get the benefit of this long experience Sz
J genuine g
■ Us I
U WATCHES STERLING AND £
§ CLOCKS ROGERS' 7\
JEWELRY SILVERWARE g
Js It is my pleasure to help in the selection of acceptable v
4? gifts and my guarantee is behind every article sold.
6 My assortment of Ebony Ware is the largest in the city. £
J "Do Your Christmas Shopping Early," while the stock K
L> is large. I will lay aside any article for future delivery. b*
h Open Every Evening From Dec. 5 %
| WM. PLACK |
5 Jewelry Expert 23 S. Second St. > *
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News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mrs. C. P. Bowman, 227 Maelay
street, has been called to Hagerstown,
'M'd., by fhe serious illness of her moth
er, -Mrs. E. S. Brandt.
Mrs. C. C. (Herman, 1114 Green
street, is spending several days in Phil
adelphia visiting - .'iends.
iMiss Katlierine Hiumenstem, 274
Peffer street, has returned from a visit
■witlh Al'iss Glass, of Carlisle.
Clarence IMentzer, 1503 Berryhill
street, has left on a month's pleasure
trip to Jacksonville, Pla.
'Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dunlop, H. P.
Rusting and E. B. Sanford and E. B.
Walnnd, of Harrisburg, are registered
a!fc the Hotel Ohulfonte, Atlantic City,
(Mlrs. 'Harry 'Miller, 1250 Walnut
street, returned from a visit to Wil
«Miss Helen Mountz, of Meehani'cs
burg, was the guest of her brother,
Prank Mountz, this city.
Miss iMlae Welebans, of Ijaneaster,
is the guest of IMrs. Edward Oeieher,
So South Seventeenth street.
'.hiss Clara Jlook, 1819 Green stroet,
returned from Philadelphia where slhe
witnessed the Army-Nav-v game.
Atliss Ednh Waimer, 115 North Thir-
I teenth street, returned home after a
I visit in \Vasthington, 'D.
| Mr. and Mrs. Oloyd Mingle, 110S
| Market sitreet, and ;Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
I Mingie, 17 South Thin] street, are homo
j from Newport.
Miss <M' Ired Wincbreniier, of York,
and Miss Marie Small, of Hanover, re
turned to their homes after a pleasant
visit with Miiss Man* Potts, 1513 North
(M'iss Evelyn Cumibler has resumed
her studies at Beech wood, Philadelphia,
after spending tlhe week-end with her
! parents at 'HigJispire.
Miss Katherine Zeiders, 1612 State
| street, returned from Washington, D. C„
where she was the guest of 'her sister,
Miss Irene Zeiders.
Mrs. Tracev has gone to her home
in Atlantic City after a visit with Miss
Sara Shanpe, 306 North street.
Dr. R. IPerkins, 2001 North Sec
ond street, is tlhe guest of relatives at
Richmond, W, Va., for several days.
Mrs. Charles I sing and M'iss Agnes
Ifing, of Shiremanstown, are guests of
Mrs. John Whistler, 322 South Thir
Miss Marion Gaugler has gone to
Paterson, N, J., where she has taken
up her work as a teacher in the pub
lic schools after a visit with her parents
on Kvergreen street.
(Miss Adeline Emerick resumed her
studies ait the Woman's 'College, Balti
more, after a visit wit'h her parents on
Mrs. Morris Ilardigan, 258 North
street, is upending a month in Pitts
'Mr. and 'Mrs. Jolhn R. Sa liter, 128
Locust street, returned from a week's
visit to Philadelphia and Lancaster.
IM.r. and Mrs. Wallace Rodenhalber
ami daughter, 333 'Harris street, are
home from Pittsburgh.
Miss Helen Greider returned to
Get At the Real Cause Take Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets
That's what thousands of stomach
sufferers are doing now. Instead of tak
ing tonics, or trying to patch up a poor
digestion, they are attacking the real
cause of the ailment —clogged liver and
I)r. Edwards' Olive Tablets arouse
the liver in a soothing, healing way.
When the liver and bowels are perform
ing their natural functions, away goes
indigestion and stomach troubles.
If you have a bad taste in your
mouth, tongue coated, appetite poor,
lazy, don't-care feeling, no ambition or
energy, troubled with undigested food,
you should take Olive Tablets, the sub
stitute for calomel.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil. You will know them by their
olive color. They do the work without
griping, cramps or pain.
Take one or two at bedtime for quick
relief, so you can eat what you like.
At 10c and 25c per box. All druggists.
The Olive Tablet Company, Colum
bus, O. * Adv.
Beech wood, Philadelphia, after spend
ing Thanksgiving witlh iher mother on
North Second street.
Mrs. Margaret Fritz, of New Bloom
field, is the guost of her son, Prank
IPritz, 13 3'l Vernon street.
'Mrs. J. W. Brown, of Sudbury, is
the guest of 'MT. and IMrs. .David A tin,
425 iMuenieth street.
Miss Helen Bright, 227 Hummel
street, returned from Plhilaidelphia.
Harvey Witmer has gone to State
Oollegt, after a visit with his parents,
Mr. and IMrs. David Witmer, 219 IMa
IMirs. Paul Grundon, 22 North Fif
teenth street, is the guest of IMrs. Davis,
Mrs. Edwin Goshorn, 1315 Vernon
street, is spending several days in Bal
IMiss iMartha Trace has returned to
Holiidaysburg after a visit witlh her
mother, Mrs. Emma Trace, 337 State
Mr. and M'rs. Elias Isman have gone
to Philadelphia after a visit with Mrs.
Elizabeth Hantzman, 422 Soutih Thir
Paul Richards returned to State Col
lege after spending several days wiUij
his parents, 1333 Derry street.
Prank Pendergast has returned to
Villa Nova College after a visit with
his fa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pt-nder
gas't, 918 North Sixtilr street.
Mrs. Irvin (lobeliall and daughter,
Mary' Jane, of Darby, Pa., are gues g
I o'f the former's mother, Mrs. J. IL
| Berry, 242 Hamilton street.
Miss Clara Rhoads returned to lief
home in Philadelphia after a visit wil l
her sister, Mrs. Kov Walborn, I'l-I
Pen n street.
Mr. and I.Mrs. Daniel Dennis ar.-J
children have gone to their home at
Richmond, VV. Va., after a visit w.' i
tlhe former's mother, 222 Kelker stroc„.
i.Mr. and Mrs. George Werner, 203
Emerald street, are home from Altoona.
Mr. and Airs. Prank Campbell havtj
returned to their home at MillerMjursj
after a visit with the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Shu maker]
23 North Fifteenth street.,
E. Pierce Sliope returned to Dickin
son College after a visit wit'h his par*
en'ts, Dr. and IMrs. Hhope, 610 Nortib
'Miss Mildred Kraruer resumed her
studies at Dickinson College, after a.
visit with her parents, 1638 North
Mrs. E. Keanick and daughter, Mlisa
Bthel Reanick, of Dillsburg, arc visiting
friends in tliis city.
Miss Mae Mcllhenny resumed her
studies at Beechwood, rniladelphia, aftr
er a short visit with her parents, 124 7
'Air. and IMrs. Eugene B&ptisbi, 100
South Thirteenth street, arc home fr<,nj
Di I l»bu rg.
To Cure a Cold In One DA*
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QTJiNINj
Tablets. DruKgists refund monev V it
falls to cure. E. W. GItOVE'S
ture is on each box. 25c.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rollin, 64?
Peffer street, announce the birth of a
sou, Tuesday evening. Airs. Rollin wa*
Miss Mabel Lackey prior to her mar
Air. and Mrs. Henry Tetri, of Phila
delphia, announce the birth of a son,
Saturday, November 21.
Subways of Knowledge
The following definitions taken from
school examination papers are exam
ples of those school mistakes where one
can see traces of the right idea without
definite form in the writer's "brain
'' The base of a triangle is the side
which we don't talk a'bout."
'•The subjunctive mood is used in a
"Rapids are pieces of water which
run wit'h great force down the middle of
"Excommunication means that no
one is to speak to some one."
To Deliver Elk Oration at Columbia
Ijehanon, Dec. 3.—L. Saylor Zim
merman, a prominent young member of
the Lebanon Bar, has been selected as
th P orator to deliver the annual oration
at the memorial services to be held by
the Columbia Lodge of Elks next Sun
day afternoon. Mr. Zimmerman was i
member of the party of Lebanon Elk:
who visited Columbia last summer an>
presented the compliments of the iocs
lodge of Eiks to their hosts,