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Surprise Party at Home of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Hassler
Linglestown, Dec. S.—Farmers' in
stitute will be held at this place be
ginning February 22.
A business meeting of the Woman's
Missionary Society of the United Breth
ren church was held at the home of the
Misses Zimmerman on Monday evening.
Miss Marion Smith was the week-end
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lingle at
Mrs. George Fisher, of Rutherford,
was the recent guest of friends here.
Mrs. Hallet Hetrich and daughter,
Claudie, spent Saturday as the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. William 'Hoster at iPen
Mrs. Joseph Strickler. of Huinmels
town, was the week-end guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Shell Fishburn.
The United Brethren church is pre
paring a fine Christmas entertainment
to be rendered Christmas night.
Mrs. Tillie Eckenreider spent Sundav
with friends at Steelton.
Dr. E. R. Rhein and family, of Har
risburg, spent Sunday with friends
Miss Dorothy Feeser, of Hershey,
on Sunday was the guest of friends
Dr. F. L. Shenk on Saturday morn
ing took Charles Baum to the county
almshouse, where lie will remain for
Miss Sara Zimmerman spent Sunday
the guest of Miss Margaret Smith at
Mrs. John Haiti, of Hainton, on Sun
day was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
A surprise party was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hassler
on Friday evening in honor of Mrs.
Hassler's sixtieth birthday anniversary.
The evening was spent in a social man
'ner. Mrs. Hassler was presented with
a (bouquet of 60 carnations, after
which a buffet supper was served to
these guests: Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Hassler, Mr. and Mrs. John Beaver,
Maud Beaver, Mr. and Mrs. John Hep
ford, Ross Hepford, John Hepford,
Margaret Hepford, Sara Hepford, Mr.
and Mrs. William Stauffer, Gertrude
Stauffer, Charlotte Stauffer, Anna
Stauffer, Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy Hocker,
Miriam Hoeker, Mr. and Mrs. Collin
Hassler, Edward Hassler, Mr. and Mrs.
Emory Hassler, Mr. and Mrs. Blain
Hassler. Mrs. Gertrude Xissley. Kath
ryn Nisslev, Clara Nissley, Stanley
Hassler, Hilda Hassler and Lloyd Stra
E. Stauffer lost a silver
■watch and fob.
Trinity Lutheran Ladies' Bible Class to
Meet This Evening
Lemoyne, Dec. B.—The Rev. Mr.
Holtzapple, district superintendent of
the Anti-Saloon League, held services in
Trinity Lutheran church on Sunday
morning, which were very interesting
and which netted a libera! sum to the
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Burns and
son, Thori ton, of Washington, D. t'.,
are visiting Mrs. Burns' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Bent?.,
Misses Mary and Helen Kennedy
have returned from a week's visit near
Andersontown. York county.
James May, of Camp Hill, called on
friends in town.
Miss Clara Martin, who underwent
an operation for appendicitis in the
Harrisburg hospital, is getting along
Miss Mary Eichelberger is very ill
at her home on East Hosier avenue.
The Ladies' Bible class of Trinity
Lutheran Sunday school will hold their
monthly meeting in their class robm
Mrs. William Tro=tle. who was oper
ated on in the Harrisburg hospital, is
Methodist Church and Parsonage to
£ppoia 1 Correspond
Millerstown. Dec. B.—Mr. and Mrs.
Wjlliiaim Taylor, of Greensburg, are
visiting the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Taylor.
Miss Zella Cathcart spent the past
week in Harrisburg.
Mrs. Florence Zeiders, of North
]>akota, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
The interior of the P. R. R. station,
of this place has been painted.
A special collection was taken up
on Sunday evening in the Methodist
church for improvements to the church
Mrs. Sarah Holmsn. of Liverpool, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Y. I'.
U. B. Sunday School Preparing Pro
gram for Christmas Entertainment
Hailifax, Dec. B.—Jacob Orth, of
Lebanon, visited old acquaintances in
town on Monday.
Mrs, Serepta Putt spent over Bun
day with friends in "Harrisburg.
Howard Heisler, of Northumberland,
*pent Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Heisler.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac F. Chubb and
Charles Bailetts attended the Rtough
meeting at Harrisburg on Sundav
Thomas Pa ire hi Ids. of Millersburg,
spent Sunday afternoon in town with
mother, Mrs. Johanna Fairchilds.
The Unite-1 Brethren Sunday school
is busy pre[»aring a program for their
Mrs. John HolJey, of New Vork,
•pent Saturday and Sunday in town
with her sisters, Mrs. Isaa-' Gilbert
and Mrs. J. Morris Sehrover.
Miss Sue Warner, of' Matamoras.
▼•as in town Sunday evening.
Lower District Sunday School Conven
tion to Be Held Thursday
N'ew Cumberland, Dee. B.—Homes
have been secured for the delegates who
will attend the Sunday school conven
tion of the lower district, to be held
Thursday all day and evening in Trin
lty United Brethren church.
The Independent Order of America
wiil meet at 6.30 instead of 7.30 this
e.vening on account of the men attend
ing the Stough meeting in Harrisburg.
A meeting of the Sunday school
teachers will be held at the close of
prayer meeting Wednesday evening in
the M. E. church to settle up accounts
for the recent baxar.
Miss Martha Clay, of Reading, was a
guest of Miss Marjorie Oren over Sun
Ralph Beard, of Reading, spent the
week-end with Mr. ami Mrs. Sheeselv
at Hotel Iroquois.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hunsicker have
returned from a two weeks' visit to
Dellville, Perry county.
Mr. and Mrs Kdrick and daughter j
and Wilnia Draver visited relatives in j
Lebanon the past week.
Violet and Mary Bender, of Reading, i
are visiting their grandparents, Mr. !
and Mrs. Alfred Shuler.
Isaac and George Cline, of York
county, are visiting their brother, Har
ry, and wife. Market street.
Mrs. P. Long, of Baltimore, is a
guest of Mr. and M r s. Clayton Miller.
Miss Klsie Zorger, Miss Cora Bicklev
and Clenient BickUy spent Saturday
and Sunday with Mrs. .lames Stonffer
at Camp Hill.
Miss Ksther Taylor spent the past
week with her aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Tlior
ley. in Harrisburg.
The Otterbein Guild of Trinity Unit
ed Brethren church will meet at the j
home ol' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bixler, |
Sixth street, this evening.
Clement Bicklev. a little son of Mrs. 1
George Zorger, Fifth street, recently
found a gol.l watch
Charles Warner and Mary Tressler
Married Saturday Evening
Berrysburg. Dec. B.—Mrs. Mutch, of
Lock Haven, is visiting her father, the
Rev. Mr. Runk, who is very ill.
Perry Keboch. Harry Matter, John
Stroup, W. H. Miller and Ross Garber
attended the concert which was held at,
Eliza'bethville on Thursday evening. j
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deibler visit-1
ed David Deibler, near Kiliinger.
Morris Moody, of Seven Points, was
a visitor here over Sunday.
.Terry McCoy visited relatives at
Tower City for a few days last week.
The Rev. Mr. Huvett attended the
Sunday school convention which nasi
held at Gratz on Saturday.
Catherine Maice, of Elizabethville,
visited among friends over Sunday.
Ross Daniel transacted business at
Elizabethville on Saturday.
John Forney, who is employed at
Wiconisco, visited his family over Sun
Charles Warner and Marv Tressler, 1
of Urban, were married at the Luth
eran parsonage by the Rev. Mr. Huv-j
ett on Saturday evening.
276 Hens Lay 2,(578 Eggs During
Month of November
Shiremanstown, Dec. S. — Mrs. Pris
cilla Miller, of Mechanicsburg, and
Mrs. H. O. Dodge and .lean Dodge and
Mrs. Brown, of Harrisburg, spent I'ri
day at the home of Mrs. H. M. Rupp.
Miss Jessie Braught spent Monday
Miss Gladys Bitner attended lnsti
tute at Carlisle on Thursday.
Mrs. John Weigle and' Mrs. W.- E.
Bitner visited at F. E. Woods' home
Saturday in Harrisburg.
Mrs. D. R. Merkle has a fine lot ot'
hens 276 in»nuinber, hatched in March.
They produced 2.678 eggs in Novem
ber. Mrs. Merkle lives on a farm near
Vernon Myers, of Johnstown; Mrs.
Harriet Burger, of Harrisburg. and Mr.
and Mrs. James L. Young of Mechanics
burg. spent Sunday at the home of Mrs.
H. M. Rupp.
Miss Isabella Feister spent Sunday
with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. .1. 15.
Myers, in Lemoyne.
J. A. Stoner, of Wildwood, spent
Sunday with Mr. an I Mrs. J. E. Mv
ers in Lemoyne.
Miss Jessie Braught attended the
Red Cross entertainment at the Tech
nical High school hall Thursday, De
cember 3. ami played two violin solos. 1
"Hijre Kati" and "Humoreske". Sliei
was accompanied by Mrs. George R.
The Ladies' Bible class of St.
.John's Lutheran church is invite*! to
atten.l a social at the parsonage on
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Butes announced
the birth of a son last Thursday.
Miss Romayne Huber and Edwin Fisher
Married in Baltimore
Meehanicgburg, Dee. B.—(Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. tHu'ber announce the mar
riage of ttheiT daughter, Mies Romavne
li. Huber, to Edwin K. L. Fisher." of
Harrisburg. The ceremony took place
November 12, in Baltimore. The Kev.
Edwin Lea* h was the officiating minis
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher will be at
home after December 12 at 1101 North
Sixth street, Harrisburg.
Beginning Saturday night we have
had rain, sleet and snow alternating,
making walking very unpleasant. There
have been several falls, but no one in
jured. The telephone service has so
far nojj been im;>aired. The ground was
covered with snow this morning.
The funeral of Hazel Marie Fish was
held to-day from t'he home of her par
ents, i.Mr. and Mirs. Ira D. Fish. Xortlh
Market street. Interment was private.
The body of Mrs. Ellsworth ißemier,
who died on Sunday at her home in
Lemoyne, was brought here to-dav and
interred in the Mechanicaburg ceme
After spending a month visiting rela
tives in this place, her former home.
Miss Emma Hoerner left to-day for her
present home, Grand Rapids, Mich.
, Captain and Mrs. John 'Blain, of Bos
ton, aunoum-e the birth of a daughter,
Margaret Blain, November 28. Miss
Blain before tier marriage was Miss
Helen Boyer, of this place.
Mrs. William McC'aleb and familv
will move from this place to Harrisburg
ThelMite Society of Trinity Lutheran
church is holding a Christmas bazar and
<-ake sale at the home of 'Mrs. H. H.
Mercer, No. 55 West Main street, to
day and this evening. The society has
spared no efforts to make the bazar a
success and succeeded in preparing a
fine dis lav of articles suitaible for
The Ladies' Auxiliary of St. Luke's
Episcopal church opened an art sale to
dav_at_l_l4 West Main street. Tea was
Extra Quality—Neatly Boxed
1« N. Third St. and Penna. Station
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1914.
• Shop now, if you have a Christmas ' !
: JSvwm&fid «rs'ir upo, " rtpt
' Th?D awing Contest] Handsome 3</ic Roll for Sc to <
Has Proved An W/m Down Comforts 8c Wall Papers ;
► Exhibition of Art Just the Thing All over and floral effects; block J
► ~ // i * . m designs und set figures; borders to 4
. Anyone making a special trip to TAf IVI AT II Of" » u
the display of Santa Claus -'.raw- UIVLIICL match.
y iiijsrs (on the fourth floor) will find Finished with 12-ineh satin bor- i
► their visitwell rewarded. ~ ft der; wanted colors—pink, blue, tan, "Prill fnr 1 Ol* art A 4
• There arc over seven hi..!ilrt*cl * grreen l.v, n der, yellow, rose re,. OC KOII IOT lUC aiM
► i, •, . . .. ana all-over Persian designs. Priced , „ „ _ 4
► Hu vo kis urp'iL
L , ; LTI g WnPT Tq Mnrp All Wool White Blanket at $5.00 V
\v f Vi! \ ■ • i " IflOrC pr.-with pink and blue border; a !1 and 18-inch eut-out borders to <
► We teel that the drawing in- t leader at $7 50 *
► structions of the public schools PraCtlC/Ll TliaiL Wool Nap Blankets at $1.05 pr. match; suitable for bedrooms and liv- <
► are due a compliment if this work W large bed size, 11-4, grey and tan with ing rooms. „
► is jbe resiill of sehool training. -q . -» J1 > blue and pink borders; slight imper- | Fourth FIoor—BOWMAN'S.
and same mav be said ol prnate q JT ctli 01 fections; regularly $2.50.
instructors. Satin Bed Spreads at $1.49 —full,
• Every visitor is asked t« cast R*l ATTAW double bed size; hemmed ready for *
► one vote in order to determine \TAUVvO use; beautiful patterns to select from *
► which ten children shall receive r .... , , ~ , .. —our leader at $1.75.
, the handsome prizes. x Little need be said as to the merits Marseilles Bed Spread at $ 1.95 .
, V o these well-known gloves. Dress double bed size; good heavy quality; ! SL.
: Derorafpd China ,0 fremi & <
, uecorateauuna „ nd? 2.00.
: Is Always Ap- spitndid une«iF«ir. 5
► . . , in' Hand Ties at 50c led from; our leader at $2.98. 'V \ J
TiTPri i\ TPn v. Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. "XmM '
► viuvvU I No man can have too many at- j mL// 4
► | tractive ties, and for variety of styl- m . | i®' ' 4
Mostly (icrman cllina —four j ish patterns, as well as plain shades \ Yfl VfillTlP*
Special tables arraugetl witll our present assortment has few riv- j O O
► as ™l n ;' pi,,, ' ,,s -, I e " d B,yle8 ' Box,, ' i i and Suit Cases F or Mother '*
Table No. I—Plates, cups and saucers, j i • VI 111 vlllVrfl
► trees, ami MOfIHO Thrtacl Silk fOIT Clin till CIS Turkish Bath Towels Carpet Sweeper 4
► powder and puff boxes. Choice 2T,c ! Hn , of/ ., Tea Table (^8 me <
Table No. 2—Salad dishes, eake plates, HOSeWr GlltS frl "f f Q eC . tr | C pl° n nlnt0 r E"?, D ' Bh
olive trays, nut bowls, spoon trays, sugar j All excellent pure thread silk hose \XXItS Gut»t r Towels SHla(i K Bowl k
► an «l cream sets, svrup pitchers ami plate • 1.1. 1 j 1 N I_«J , Cedar Chest Bureau Set of Linen A
sets, and mustard mugs. Choice ll)c ""v Ollie in black aild colors. Genuine Cowhide Bags ill walrus Dish Towels Hvenlng Slipperß
Table No. 3—Marmalade .jars, sugar , llave s . oles high spliced or seal grain, all leather lined : with Srea^Mu"" 11 Dresl Fo?m er
► and cream sets, celery trays, nut bowls, • lleels. Boxed if desired. heavy brass trimmings; high sewed Cake Mixer l.emonade pftcher 4
► salad dishes, fern dishes, comb and brush corners; sizes 16, 17 and IS. At si e ik C fS? Walß e t e " r
„ "' t3 "ho^e* C Syrup P il" 4 Combination Sets $3.98 and Basket Turkish Wash Cloths
► Table No. 4— Salad dishes', cake plates' ' Hosiery, ties, suspenders, belts. aenuine Walrus Bags -all hand pf° , tt h ; t^ a a g ", p e ?e Pr " xS°tor iJSU Room
chop jtlates. chocolate pots, svrup pitchers, arm bands, supporters, and the like sewed frames and leather lined. At Hanging Mirror small Work Basket >
► S'rjlZ'tSfSZ have been used in making «ip the e . „ to $9.9S
Hasement—BOWMAN'S. ' i ? et ®- Neatly arrangedl in attractive Suit Cases-made of heavy fibre, auMrup Pitcher ,
t holiday boxes. Priced at 2oot to Willi snaps and catches. At Tortoise Shell Comb China Fruit Stand |' ,
Genuine Cowhide Cases- straps all I Aluminum Dishes Luncheon Set of Dol- <
u - TL . - around; shirt pocket; lined with , K °Hah al Net's lh,Hand Lin'™ sheets and PH- <
Little Helps That Are heavv checked linen. At...53.98 i set of Tunvbiw- low cases
r m ' i • r* • i Coasters Oriental Hug for 4
VI .*» A M I raveling Oompamons—seal jjrain Tablecloth and Nap- House
Always Appropriate lcather case t . on tai n ing brushes, | 3U k -» s d v , B e nr cm- Ha F n & B Baßket for 1
[ I .lewel boxes, for children 10c combs, .hand glass and other toilet J ets Ch ,?™' B ® or Corset <
» oi 11 •«.. it a* 4 aa j! i a i c* r> ■■ a gj o pa i Embroidered center - Cover .
St.so jjold .tenel boxes SI.OO articles. At S2.<C»O, 53.50 and up piece Tea Cloth and Na-p- *
Glass pufi' jars and hair receivers, cold i tn S (i l-ace Collar and Cuffs kins
tons T.Or . I Nut Cracker and Box Soap. Cold Cream <
, Ocltl. candle sticks: coloniaj rhird FIoor—BOWMAN S. I Picks and Powder <
25c and .->o c j
Ribbon sewing eliatelains, all colors,
: , All the Family Can Enjoy -
► y. . . The now Spanish eonibs 50c to $3.50 j " * 4
I Parisian Ivory s: 1^":,,^',!;;• A Kenney Needle Shower <
: Will Make a [ZI\Zl 9 n""
► ci Emergency Bags <
► 013161101(1 ijll L ilk ~mp. r if,s 5 C and i»c A now shower bath which fits any bath tub and needs <
► J ' 23 - and .;? oc no curtain. This shower has a standard price of $6.00, and <
► "Fat the special price, $3.85, will place it on the "necessity" list <
iui nw IS b<skC , in many homes.
► Kresh assortments will add to vour colored thimbles 5 C ~, ~ i
► delight in Choosing several pieces or Shoe buttons. 2 dozen 5c ■ ii All metal water can be made
, ™ «r* ° r t!lis pol,ular gift ware - : °."Wd£ " d tlil lJ i temperature-needs no cur-
Handsome Sets, including mirror, Maiu FIoor— BOWMAN'S. J jiiy. 1 tain—and everybody knows how
brush and comb and some with mani- i'W IS'. ••• much more sanitary the shower
► cure pieces in ad 54.00 , 17 , . . J l»ath is than the now old-fasli
r n i!K? ,e ceß - T-J 1 n ake ap ; Fancy White Aprons i HV m\r ioned bath tub. i
pro-pnate gilts individually, and K wmf-' /%/' /■ ///\ \~ \~ n , „ ,
L. from Which sets can be made UP, are ! Will Ra Hh Mnct M/!-'- Produces a tour stream shower
T here in abundame. including hand illObt m \"" (exactly like illustration) and
r mirrors, combs, brushes, manicure ! Gift List*; when children use it, the two
I K^ P l'li°" 8 -,' , " ir r eol ''"' ,|,,s ; I "PI" B t"am s may be turned off.
L „ 1,,.,., 'rt™ •ait t,J,n'2sfZr i ,Ji '' ""i r( """' ""J- Can be adjusted, to any hath
f ' IIIMN ' 1 ~(<s idiigL iiom aoo roi i styles, made of Swiss, organdie and IHHV ////. i • x . - . «• * <
I « »'uticle knife to a handsome mirror | lawn, and dainty effects are secured j 631/7/1 fub U a few minutes, and IS never
y at $3.50, and other pieces higher with frill lace, insertion, embroidery !
priced. Complete line of pink, blue ! and ribbon. I Now beill£ demonstrated ill A
and white. Prices range from 25< to $2.00 L—^basement.
Main Floor BOWMAN'S. Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S i
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served from 3 to 6 o'clock. The ladies
of St. Luke's were very ably assisted
by Mrs. .1. M. 8011, of Camp Hill; Mrs.
James Henry Darlington and Mrs.
James F Bullitt, of Harrisburg. and
Mrs. Alexander MdMilian. of Carlisle.
Miss Iva Fis'h, who has been in Phil
adelphia for several months preparing
for deaconess work, was called home by
the death of her sister, Marie.
Mrs. Amanda Doll, of Dillsburg, was
the guest yesterday of her sister, Mrs.
Andrew Sheaffer, South High street.
This evening another series of union
cottage prayer meetings will be held.
They were inaugurated on Friday even
ing and were very well attended and
much interest shown.
George Kurtz Died After a Lingering
Illness of Several Months
Special Corresponds 'C.'.
Middletown, Dec. B.—ißallanl Schief
er is ill at his home on Swatara street.
Miss Pauline Deihl is ill at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mlrs. P. E.
Deihl, Ann street.
Middletown Lodge No. 1092, B. P.
(). E., held memorial services in their
lodge room in the Realty building on
Sunday afternoon and was largely at
tended. They have only had one death
since they organized, it being the late
T. P. G'ampibell.
The School Board held a special meet
ing last evening to reorganize and the
following officers were elected: Presi
dent, Dr. H. W. George; vice president,
N. C. Fuhrnian. The board will meet
the second Monday of each month. All
members were present but E. C. Garman
and H. K. .Force,
.1. P. Geyer has returned home from
a business trip to Pittsburgh.
Mr. anil Mrs. C. K. Bailsman, daugh
ter, Beatrice, and Mrs. Charles Rhan
and son, l'aul, attended the funeral of
tiie late Mrs. Charles Rhan, which was
held from her late home in Hummels- j
town on Sunday afternoon.
Miss Isabella 'Hairtman, of Pen'brook,
spent Sunday in town.
R. Friedman spent Sunday at Steel-'
The M. E. Sunday school board will
elect its officers for the ensuing year
next Sunday afternoon. The meeting
was called for last Sunday afternoon
but owing to tihe pastor being away i<t
At a meeting held by the Sunday
school officers of the Presbyterian Sun
day si hool on Sunday afternoon the
following officers were elected for 1915:
Superintendent, Dr. H. W. (Jeorge; as
sistant, S. M. Grundon; sec retary, Cam
eron Conrad; assistant J. Dolson; treas
urer, Mrs. Bertha Detweiler; librarian,
Joseph El'berti; assistant, Earl Rudy,
pianist, Mrs. .loiin Ney; assistant pian
ist, Rachel MeCarrell; chorister, I. R.
Springer; primary department super
intendent. Mrs. John 'Kran'k; assistant,
Mrs. H. W. George.
J. W. Few and wife are spending
several days in Philadelphia on busi
E. C. Garman is ill at his 'home on
'Mrs. D. F. Fishel spent the day at
To-morrow will be payday for the
employes of the Pennsylvania railroad
George Kurtz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Kurtz, Sr., South Union street,
died last evening at 7.10 o'clock, aged
34 years, the cause of death being
complication of diseases after lingering
for several months. Besides his parents
he is survived b.v one 'brother, .John, Jr.,
of town. The funeral will 'be 'held on !
Friday afternoon. Fuller particulars !
will ibe given later.
HOLIDAY TRIP TO BERMUDA j
A Worth While Vacation During the
it is not generally appreciated that
it is possible to take a holiday vaca
tion around the Christmas season which I
will embrace both an oceain trip to a
peaceful island and a delightful period )
ashore and at the saime time permit oi i
a return to the United S'tates within \
eight days ®f the time of leaving. I
This, however, is whait a trip to Ber- \
muda means and at this season of the
year, this fairyland of nature is in
the fullness of its beauty, the geor
geous floral array and brilliant sun
shine inviting one to a morning dip iu
the ocean at a time when the North is
enveloped in zero weather. Few people
realize that Bermuda is but two days
from Ne»w York by way of swift paia
tiail ocean steamers and that tourists
may eonbark on the day after Christ
mas, be in Bermuda in two days time,
indulge in the most eventful week of
their lives and arrive back in New
York after a total interval of eight
days with renewed vigor ready to do
battle with the severe winter climate
of the States
Aside from the delights of the short
ocean voyage, all sorts of pleasures
may be crowded in the delightful
week spent in Bermuda which
may include the pleasurable recreations
of riding, driving and bicycling over
the world's finest eora.l roadways, white
and smooth as enamel, which wind
thedr way through scenes which form
a veritable fairyland of beauty; or
tourists may indulge in golf, tennis,
sailing, swimming or fishing in water
which rivals the sapphire for its
beauty and crystal clearness, or view
the marvelous caves and sea gardens,
or indulge in the numerous dances,
parties, etc., at Bermuda's famous
hotels Which range from the modest to
Even a limited vacation spent in
Bermuda will renew tired minds and
bodies as nothing else cam and the low
cost of this delightful trip which may
be arranged .for with the Quebec
Steamship Company, New York, on a
plan which includes all expense, cov
ering at (Mm ships, hotels, shore excur
sions, etc., makes the coat seem in
significant in contrast with its bene
Telephone and Telegraph Communica
tion Throughout State Paralyzed
New Haven, Conn., Dec. B.—The
worst wind and sleet storm that Con
necticut has experienced since 1907
yesterday almost paralyzed telephone
and telegraph communication through
out the State. Some cities w<>re com
pletely cut off from communication and
others were reached with difficulty. It
will be five days before normal condi-
tions will toe restored, the telephone
All shipping is at a standstill. Con
siderable damage is reported to summer
cottages along the shore by unusually
I)o you dread the coming
of cold weather?
If you have Kellev's Coal
in your bins you shouldnlfc
worry about the advent of
Kclley » Coal will increase
the efficiency of your heating
system and keep you comfortable.
Whatever size and kind of
fuel your furnace needs for
best results Kclley will sup#,
ply you. This is fine weathtJ
for making deliveries. T
1 N. Third Street
Tenth and State Streets