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Communion Services to Be Held at En
terline Sunday Morning
Fisherville, Dec. 9.—The Oregon In
dian Medicine Company is giving com
edy concerts in the K. of P. hall in the
evenings of this week.
Gilbert itiland, of near Matamoraa,
was in town on business recently.
David C. Bixler and Ed. Fauber
•pent last Saturday at Harrisburg.
Isaac Kerstettcr was at Harrisburg
last week on business.
An entertainmeift was given in the
K. of P. hall on Friday and Saturday
evenings. It contained moving pictures
and a dog performing tricks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miller and Mrs.
Lydia Bosnian and granddaughter.,
Ruth, spent a day last week at Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meckley were at
Millersburg last week to attend a t'u
0. H. Watts, of Millersburg, was in
town on business last week.
Miss Snyder, a teacher of the Hali
fax school, visited at the home of F.
The Rev. J. F. Stabley will conduct
communion services on Sundjiy at En
terline at 10 a. nt. Regular services here
in town in the evening at 7.15 o'clock.
Israel O. Enders was at Harrisburg
the latter part of last week.
The members of the Lutheran Sun
day tc-hool are busy holding rehearsals
f.ir the Christmas services on December
The United Brethren Sunday school
will hold a Christmas entertainment 011
Two Deaths Ha,ve Occurred Since
New Germantown, Dee. 9.—Christ
mas services will be held in the Metho
dist Episcopal church.
Many hunters returned to their
homes over Thanksgiiviag.
Mrs. E. L. Mumper, formerly of this
place, but later a resident of Carlisle,
died Thanksgiving Day. The body was
brouight to the home of her brother,
Luther Rhea, of this place, and was
accompanied by many friends and rela
tives. The funeral services were held
in the M. E. church on Sunday morn
ing at 10 o'elock. Burial was made in
the Methodist cemetery.
The funeral services for Mrs. Sarah
Bowers, wife of the late David Bow
ers, held Monday afternoon at 1
o'clock at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Mary B. Kerns. Further services were
held in the Lutherain church at New
Bloomifield on Tuesday afternoon at 2
The local teachers aire attending
Teachers' Institute which is being held
in New Rloomfield this week.
Jacob Sheriff is visiting friends an.i
relatives in town.
Mrs. Temple, of Altooma, is visiting!
Iher parents, Mr. and Mrs. Biatline. |
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrison ain<i |
family are visiting relatives in town. |
Little Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lan
dis Bohner Dies
Wiconisco, Dec. 9. —Anson Osinan I
spent Tuesday in Dayton.
Harry Furman and daughter are
spending a few days in New York City
and New Haven, Conn.
Miss Mary Hunter, of Williamstown, I
spent Sunday in town.
Berniee, the three-year-old daughter,
of Mr. and Mrs. Landis Bohner, hav- j
ing died of Scarlet fever on Friday,
was buried on Sunday at 11 a. ni. j
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Deifenderfer
spent the week-end in Harrisburg. |
Rally Day was held on Sunday in f
the M. E. Sunday school. John R. |
James, of Schulykill Haven, delivered I
an excellent address. The collections |
amounted to $lO5 and the attendance]
Mrs. Robert Malick and family, of
Dayton, spent Saturday with Mr. aud
Mrs. John Acaley.
Dr. H. A. Spencer and son, Kenneth,
spent Saturday in Elizabethville.
Miss Leona Baird and Miss Batdorf,
of Williamstown, were guests of Miss!
Amelia Seip, Sunday.
Mrs. Minnie Reed and John McCready
Married Saturday Evening
Williamstown, Dec. 9.—Mrs. Min
nie Reed, of Spring-ville, and John Mc-
Oreadv, of town, were married at the j
Methodist Episcopal parsonaigie by the
pastor, the Rev. B. A. Barnes, Satur- j
Mrs. Sara Hoover was a Monday
visitor to Jiarrisbupg.
W'eldon Watkins was a week-end;
igaeat of relatives and friends a't Potts
The iLyceum festival, wihich ia now j
in progress in the Academy of Music,',
under the auspices of the Board of'
Trade, is proving a great educational I
treat for this community. Both after-j
noon aud evening sessions are largely
attended. This evening's session cJoses
Mrs. John Dueavjier spent yesterday
The High School Literary Society
held an interesting meeting in the
.High school room Saturday evening.
The question for debate was "Resolv
ed, That Women Should Vote." The
.ihdtgies decided in favor of the affirma
tive. The High school choir furnished
Charles Routzen visited his brother,
Mark, at the Harrisburg hospital Sat
urday, where the latter is recovering
from an operation for appendicitis.
Miss Xellie Williams visited rela
tives at Minersville, Saturday.
Squire Wren was a visitor to the
county seat Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shoop, of Harris
'hurg, are visiting the former"n parents.
The High school foottball teaim de
feated the Wiconisco High school team
in a closely contested game here Sat
urday by the score of 6 to 0.
Richard Mack was in Harrisburg on
George McCafferty Returns From Six
Weeks' Stay in Hospital
Hershev, Dec. 9.—Ralph linboden
spent a da.v at his home in Lebanon.
Mrs. William Stoner and tliree chil-
dren, of Penbrook, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. George Yingst.
Miss Bertha Wingert, of Carlisle,
was the guest of his sister, Miss
Blanche wingert, at the Y. VV. C. A.
Ooorgo MoCafferty, who has been in
the Harrisburg Hospital for the past
six weeks, returned to his home at this
Wayne Hombaker, a representative
of the Hershey Chocolate Company,
located in Milwaukee, Wis., spent sev
eral days here.
revival services at Orwin, Pa.
Officers of School Board Elected Moil
Kummelsto-wn, Do,'. 9.—At the reg
ular meeting of tlie borough Sc'hool
Board on Monday evening, U. 1.. Bals-
was re-elected presulent ami Dr.
'M. L. Nissley vice president. The sec
retary and treasurer of t'he board will
be elected at tllie July meeting. Wil
liam H. Gaus is secretary and M. Z. Et
ter is tllie treasurer.
James Wilson, of Scri ; b«r, Ontario,
t'anadn, is spending several days with
his sister, Mrs. George Drvsda.le. Mrs.
Orysdale will dispose of her household
goods at public sale 011 Saturday after
noon and leave Home time during next
week for her former home in Scotland.
Mrs. William Buser, of Hershey, vis
ited IMirs. H. Wells Buser yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. John I.osh, of New-
P°rt, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mc'Call for several days.
'Mrs. James Barclay was a visitor in
Mrs. G. M. Kinter Entertains M. E.
Church Mit e Society
Dauphin, Dec. 9.—The Mite Society
of the Methodist Episcopal church met
at the home of Mrs. G. M. Kinter on
Tuesday evening. After the regular
business was transacted, refreshments
An entertainment will be given in
the school house 011 Saturday afternoon
and evening by the pupils of the gram
mar • and primary s.-huol. A special
feature will b e a play from "Mother
It has been rumored the Harrisburg
Light ami Power Company will extend
their wires to the home of Willis
Bloujih, 011 c mile north of town.
Mr. and Mrs. John Conrad, of Her
shey, spent Saturday with Mrs. Jacob
John Douglass, of Harrisburg, was
in town Saturday.
. (.eorge Crouse, of Renovo, spent Sun
day with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
! L rouse. »
| John Hooker, of Harrisburg, spent
Sunday with his father, Jacob Hocker
! Stone Glen.
; Calvary United Brethren Sunday School
| Sppclat Correspondence.
Dillsburg, Dec. 9.—At the annual
j election of Calvary United Brethren
j bunday school 011 Sunday morning the
following officers wer e elected: Super
intendent, B. H. Shriner; assistant su
perintendent, C. U. S. G. Coulson; seere
| tary, William Spath; treasurer, L W
Blackford; organist, Ethel Coulson.
S 1 hey will assume the duties of their
j office January 1, 1915.
W. H. Weigle and wife, of Allen Pa
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W S
| Sheffer 011 Second street Sunday.
IJerbert Harman, of Altoona, spent
j a few days early in the week with Mr.
j and Mrs. C. W. Gross, Gettysburg
I street. b
| Mrs. Julia Klugh, of Carlisle, visit
ed friends in town Sunday.
The evangelistic service in the M. E.
church continues. On account of the
increased interest it was decided to
continue at least till this evening serv
| ice, when it will be announced 1 wheth-
Jer or not the meetings will be con-
I o ni !t d t0 8 later date ' At the dose
of the service on Monday evening
there had been ninety-three converts
| -Notwithstanding the very inclement
weather the attendance has been good
, Miss Esther Bentz is still seriously
j ill with pneumonia at her home on
I The Rev. W. H. Weaver, of Ann
! vine, was the guest of his mother Mrs
John Weaver, R. D. 1, on Sunday. '
i Clyde Spahr, of Harrisburg, spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
, R. A. Spahr, Baltimore street.
I Ihe School Board has issued a call
! I V; 200 /' the 1914 'of
I school bonds. The numbers of the
I bonds galled hav e been published and
they will bp redeemed June 1, 1915.
I John H. Klingman Re-elected President
of the School Board
Halifax Dec. 9 .__ At a mecting t)f
the Borough School Board on Monday
evening John IH. Klingman was re-elect
ed president and Harry 0. Chubb was
re elected vice president.
I Mrs. W. J. Jury shopped in Harris
i burg on Saturdav.
Dr. Ora Samuel Gray, a lecturer of
repute, the second number in the en
tertainment course conducted bv the
Halifax Citizens' band, wilj be given
in the Royal theatre Friday evening.
The following officers were re-elected
for the Halifax Literary Society on
Monday to serve for the ensuing term:
President, Charles Miller; vice presi
dent, George Shepley; secretary, Anna
belle (iemberling; treasurer, Grace
Pike. The society expects to hold its
exercises in the evening, beginning in
the near future.
Mrs. Isaiah Potteicher is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Annie Keiter, at Jackson
O. W. McClellan. who has been on
the sick list for some time, is slowlv
Horse in Oil Wagon Sinks Up to Head
New Cumberland, Dec. 9.—While H.
.[. Miller, driver for the Atlantic Re
lining Company, of Harrisburg, was de
livering oil on Fourth street yesterday
morning, the ground caved in near the
new Church of God. sinking one o*f the
horses in a sewer up to his head and
the large wagon was buried several
feet deep in the mud. M. A. Hoff, fur
niture dealer, sent his large motor
truck to pull the team out, and it was
not until 1 o'clock that the team was
extricated and Mr. Miller was able to
continue on his route.
Miss Martha Miller, of Newport, was
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 9, 1914.
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Toy Town Has Grown iS|
Into Toy City
► Such a wonderful plac.e—just to walk through the various thoroughfares, for IK" V \ I //Jay 4 ;
► iustauce. Demonstration Avenue, Doll Boulevard, Game Square, Animal Street, | \ (T& lst 4 '
► ' Music Row, and the various other avenues of pleasure and delight. Then to visit the 1 N i i
► foreign section wherf are gathered character dolls of different nations, all mingling \ |
; A Great Long Boulevard of Dolls il \\ J < :
► JT You can hardly conceive of a wonderful display like this, until I \ J PBSSSpH 4 J.
► lms% '• There is simply everything in the way of dolls that one might hope \» \ Q \ \ '
► m' 1 i s M to find. Dressed or undressed —no difference. American or foreign
* i «l —no difference. Large or small—same. Expensive and inexpensive TT7I« /\«« Vah
I —both. " wnen lou uive :
► There Is a Price to Suit Each Fancy An Umbrella [ \
You may desire a small, inexpensive doll; a large, handsomely Your Gift Will Be Remembered J
dressed doll may be your choice; if you will select from the hundreds fl c I nnn n c If fliuoc ' '
► in between —there will be something near the price you wish to pay. *-Ulig AS II UfVcS Jcrv/Cc j j
► j While there is no doubt that as a gift an um- j* i
► ™" m ~~ mm TT ™™"" brella is appreciated far more than many other f ;
► , _ r r\ Wnmpn'c Gift filnuoc tilings, yet the service it gives will greatly increase < -
OvAt" !\ Mtlp (\T iTfitlll- women S (Jill Uioves » the value of the gift. For umbrellas of service, we <
► UVCI d lU IIC U± VJCUU. Styles and qualities that will please the receiver, su «* eßt: '
* A .I J. ~ and prices that will appeal to the giver. Women's 26-inch Umbrellas—tape edge; Amer- t
me Atl flftrSQH Vjlllt" ftn . „ . . „ > ean taffeta cover; case and tassel; guaranteed •
lUC OJIU6IOUU 6 X":. ."!.* !??. .?? * .m. r?SS -.top™.!,' f"t ~l.rs handles all of hc.utif»l ►
V* A«¥lC lOr t\ $1.85 cape walking gloves, mannish effect; tan, with designs. At 98<* I
► lldfflb, dL l7t ±U. spew point. Pair » iA * Men's 28-inch Umbrellas-tape edge ; American f
9 "1.25 lambskin overseani sjloves, 2 clhsds: black :in<l * n i», . . ' . , ..
y Everyone knows that genuino Win. Anderson white with Paris point embroidery. Pair »r.c . . , 1 cover, fine quality_; case and tassel; handles ,
► VJ ,i, v nthvi- Piiiirhnni<i have 1111 established orice $2.25 one-clasp pique gloves, heavy black silk embroid- °' boxwood, mission, plain carved and trimmed in <
Scotch Zephyr Ginghams have anlestaDUsnea pi ice ered, black, tan and white. Pair, $1 .75 gold and silver. At 08< t
► of 2i-JC yard. Come 12 inches Wide. There are Pownes' 12-button black and white Trench kid gloves; W ™ah '« 9fi in/-Vi TTmWllo. T A • f
► foriv-seven different styles in beautiful colorings 3 rows narrow stitching. Pair, $2.95 , 26-uich Umbrellas tape edge; piece ■<
, —neat checks and bars', space stripes, and double dye lafteta silk cover; Paragon frame; long mis- „
strinpa Jtn.l bars Slon ban Ales Wlth neat and ,ai 'f? e ends ' in plain,
► 1 ' , _ . . carved and trimmed, with gold, silver and pearl. »
► 39c yard-wide Silk and Cotton Tus3ahs at At SI 50 "*
► yf.-Dobbie j Men's 28-inch Umbrellas—boxwood and mission }
lilac, tan ma.se, white, navy royal, black, pink, handles; fine grades in all the newest, designs; <
, brown, cadet, Copenhagen and delft. cover of silk and yarn piece-dye taffeta; tape edge J
and 40 per cent, mercerized cotton; very lustrous: 1&2 <£■ Women's and Men's Umbrellw—«n -the latest desirn,
washable: nearly fifty street and evening shades J ' K J ' in handles. At #2.50 to $5?«o
to select from. Children's Umbrellas—in 20, 22 and 24-incb sizes; *
* 1,500 yards Bates Dress Ginghams at 9%c yd. Suit Case Umbrella, at SI.OO to $3.50
► Scotch plaids, bars, checks and stripes; all the color eom fflMlr Grip Umbrellas, at $2.50 and $3.50 '
y binatioas, iuchiding plain shades. ; 11/m'tJ Tbe famous Hull Umbrellas, at SI.OO and up <
IHe Serpentine Kimono Crepes at 12 He yd.—.beautiful , 5 Main Floor BOWMAN'S. \
V 25c Shirting Pongee at 12}gc yd.—plain and two-tone " «... .—. "*
, stripes. There II Be No Lack of Pleasure
► aoirsr Flamielettes at ia|4c yd - nwt aml lars " tort Other Jn Selecting Xmas Handkerchiefs
► Wash SUkS at ;J9C yd — vprv hlßtrous two " Chess board ctothei brushes i And for variety, you have what thousands of '
► AI _ mwlliVq L m .rcJ,' a U t scarf a for | dainty 'kerchiefs could afford. Styles for men, <
► 01 ■" s" k sii'rts Framed picture , women and children. i
Ur-K ol neckties Book-rack 1 .
y Sillc SockS Koot-stool —hemstitched and neat prints on dimity. Values "
. Initial handkerchiefs Cuff links I ale 8 c and I#c -
I IITkTIIT (rift NHYP<» "I 01 ' 88 ~ Shaving strop I At 10c, or 3 for 2T.c—from the large sample line, re
. A UiAiilt \JXXv JL/VAvO buspeiiderß Razor cently purchased. Many styles that would sell regularly 4 >
r ... . r , ' at 15c and 19c.
All appropriate gilt—consists of two Tir it f hilrlvArVmnr /"| Alf . At ISc—women's handkerchiefs, hand embroidered,
. loth lowel, t» o faee lowel, 0"C both
t\VO tace cloths. AH daintily boxed, at 81.00 box 1 vmidrens 91*25 fleece lined kid gloves id tan and | dainty 'kerchiefs that are hemstitched.
► ■ grey. Pair, SI.OO At 150c —line hand scalloped and embroidered Irish
Turkish face cloths, with your initial in blue; ( hiWren's fleece lined gauntlets. Pair, r»oc 1 11 "VP ] *[ s -n_Y\7»h 1 # u u * * <
► , , ' _ , *.4. 1 1 . * , , At 2.» cto *1..»0 —Madeira handkerchiefs, all hand made
border, I r> . ni,(,len 8 tnamoisette and f»oi! gloves ill all shades. in scalloped and fancy designs. Some have beautiful 4
► air * -*' c i embroidered butterflies and initials.
Guest towels, scalloped or hemstitched, at 29£ i * Main fIoor—BOWMAN'S. I Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. • ~ , 4
to 59< each.
y Table linen sets—beautiful patterns, round or 4
; 1" Now A'Days Balmacaans :
Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. ! <
I ' Must Be of Heavier Weight ;
& j' j| You will want to see tbejatest shipment of Balmacaans, and if ever our aasoi-t- <
New to the minute are great warm materials, resembling both in pattern and
GittS abßent ones ' at,ract " texture, the old-fashioned riding spreads, and who can deny that they are extremely
* gy JVr-F 1 "" - ively boxed for Nearly) mailing KA . r ., 1 , 0 ... , _
► >•; -iii p °r these, $7.50 is the price. Others are shown 111 Scottish weaves of grevs, <
► V'W't :. v Wl " l)e l0lll) d in abundance, A blues, tans, greens and browns, having convertible collars. They are priced front <
► IJE lij ■'!]«;*" stroll through the store will re- $7.50 to $16.50. 4
Third Floor— BOWMAN'S.
► ni i mm veal many such gifts. i
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the guest of Miss Margaret Forry ves
The Standard Bearers of the M. E.
church will meet, at the home of Miss
Florence Kaufman on Reno street at
T..'!o Friday eveniug.
The Junior class of the New Cum
berland High school received pretty
rings and pins yesterday, which' they
had ordered some time ago. *
The first snow of the season fell here
yesterday, but did.not remain long.
Miss iMarv Drayer and Michael
Draycr spent Monday with Samuel
Casey's family in Dumanon.
'Prof. Russell Kohr, of Oakville.
spent Saturday and Sunday at his home
in this place.
Miss Klizabeth Gardner spent the
past week with lier grandomther, Mrs.
Gardner, in York.
The Board of Education, which met
on Monday evening, elected the follow
ing officers for the ensuing veal': Presi
dent, Dr. J. F. Good; vice president, H.
N. Straub; secretary, H. W. Buttorff;
treasurer, M. A. Hoff.
Union Cottage Prayer Meetings Well
Attended Last Night
Mechanicsburg, Dec. 9.—Notwith
standing the very unpleasant weather
the union cottage prayer meetings held
in the several districts of town last
evening were well attended. The gen
eral union prayer will be held thi*
evening in the Presbyterian church.
The Rev. L. M. Dice, of Grace Evan
gelical church, will havr> charge.
The Rev. H. D. Flannegan, of Sha-
mokin, is i visitor here. Mr. Flanne
gan was the pastor of the Methodist
church in this place and he is receiv
ing hearty greetings from his many
A carload of lumber for the taber
nacle lias arrived,
G. K. McGuire, of Kuola, was a vis
itor here yesterday.
W. I\. Hollar, of Bonny Brook, was
a visitor here yesterday.
Miss Annie Swartz will leave to
morrow for Cleveland, 0., where she
will spend the winter with relatives.
Several of the ministers of town at
tended the Stough meetings in Harris
burg yesterday afternoon and even
Fire Companies Elected Officers Last
Middletown, Dec. 9.—The fire com
panies of town elected the following
officers for tibe coming yeaT at their
ineetiag on Monday evening; the Union
elected the following: President, Harry
Christnun; first vice president, John
McGarvey; second vice president,
Clyde Rudv; trustee for three years,
W. J. Roop; secretary, Roy Beck;
treasurer, W. Deckard; chaplain, the
Rev. I. H. Albright; foreman, Harry
Clouser; first assistant, Jacob Beckey;
second assistant, R. Houser; directors,
V. Oberholtzer. J. Bouighter, Charles
Maekllin, Oliver Rowe; patrolmen, C.
Carlson, Harry Why and Albert Roth
rock; delegates to chiefs' convention,
Harry Aungst, Earl Fis'bburn and
Rescue—President, W. J. Schriener;
vice president, Clarence Weirich; re
cording secretary, Daniel Kinsay;
financial secretary, E. E. Wherley;
treasurer, Lewis Mil lor; foreman, Ebie
Weirich; first assistant, William Hop
kins; second assistant, Jerry Stetler;
third assistant, Roy Rehrer; ,j ami tor,
Leonard Heagy; trustees, Samuel Oaley
and Harry Paulis.
Liberty—President, John Wagner;
vice president, Ed Keifer; secretary,
H. E. Moore; treasurer, William
Schemtz; trustee, C. 8. Few; foreman,
8. O. Detweiler; assistant, Oscar Long;
chief engineer, G. W. Thomas; assist
ants, Wiilliami Zimmerman, W. E. Mc-
Mrs. Lizzie Henry and granddaugh
ter, of Alto on a, are spending several
days in town as the guests of Mrs. 1"'.
W. Myers, Pine street.
The Christian Endeavor Society of
the St. Peter's Lutheran church, elect
ed the following officers for the coming
year at a meeting held on Monday
eveninig: President, Geraldine Brandt; |
vice president, Warren Brown; record
ing secretary, Grace Bowman; treas
urer, C. Philips; corresponding secre
tary, E. C. Leber; pianist, Florence
Beard; first assistant, Marv Gingrich;
second assistant, Elizabeth Seltzer.
The funeral of the late Geoiyie W.
Kurtz will be hold from the home of
his parents, South Union street, on
Friday afternoon, with services at' the
liomiie at 1.30 o'clock and 2 o'clock at
the Riverside chapel, the Rev. W. R.
Rid'ington. pastor of the M. E. church,
will officiate, interment will be made
in the Midd'letown cemebery.
The Union Hose Company basket
ball team defeated the Tnnia team in
the M. A. €. rooms last evening by the
score of 29 25, and the Oar Shops team
defeated the Liberty team bv the score '
of 13-11. A large crowd was present
to witness the games.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Cath
erine Grim don was held from the home
of Mrs. Myers, Water street, yester
day afternoon at 1.30. The Rev. Fuller
Bengstresser, pastor of St. Peter's
Lutheran churoh, officiated, assisted by j
the Rev. I. H. Albright, of tihe U. B.
church. Interment was made in the
Miss Margaret Palmer is visiting
friends at I/oyalrock, for several days.
The spinster party held at the M.
E. pau-sonage last evening proved a
success in every respect and a large
crowd was present. Herfershments were
The Rev. H. C. Reller, of Pittsburgh,
9pent yesterday in town as the guest
O'f the Rev. Fuller Bengstresser.
The Social Circle will be entertain
| ed by Mrs. Christ Ober, Emails street,
The regular monthly meeting of the
teec.hers of the schools of town was
helld la fit, evening and the progiram
•that was rendored was highly appreciat
ed. It was as follows: Topic. "Self-
Activity. 1. The teacher. The teacher's
(preparation of the lesson, Dorothy
OairopbeH. The proper assignment of
tiie lesson, Lydia Peters. How may the
teacher gain and retain the attention
o'f the class? A. 8. Qui.-kel. 2. The
Puipil. The pupil's preparation of the
lesson assigned. Miss Eliwubeth Over-
der. How to get the pupils to do thek
best, Edward Keiper. Factors in the'
learning process, H. D. Carver.
•'oaeph Garner, of Harrisburg, spent
Sunday in town as the guest of George
W. Carr and family, South Wood
.Jacob Fisher and family, of I*4-'
rain, 0., are spending several days Jn
town, having been called here on
count of the death of his brother tjie
•late Edward Fisher.
Harry Landis is driving the drav
wagon for his father, J. H. Lar/dia,
for several days. i
Damage Suit for Ejection
Lebanon, Dec. 9. —The damage suit
of Julius H. C&plan, of this city,
against the Pennsylvania Chautauqua,'
for its action in ejecting himself and
family from a cottage which he had
leased 6n the Chautauqua grounds
Mt. Gretna, was listed for trial to-daf.
Attorney H. ,1. Schools represents Cap
lan, and formei State Senator C. ft.
Lantz, of Lebanon, and State Senator
E. E. Beidfeman, of Harrisburg, repre
sent the Chautauqua.
O. U. A. M. Fraternal Visit
The several councils of the O. tl.
A. M. t>f this city will fav a fraternal
visit to America Council No. 3, O. U.
A. M., Friday evening, December 11,
at- the latter's room, Kinnard's hall'
303-305 Vei'beke street.
Eddie—Pa, what's human nature!.
Pa—That's the thing that alwa>4i
catches it when a follow can't blamto
it on anybody else.—Loudon Mail. 1