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Revival Services Being Conducted at
Hershey, Pec. 10.—Mrs. Andrew
Frey, of Lancaster, was the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. D. Frank Magee,
Several carloads of cocoa were
(.hipped by the Hershey Chocolate Com
pany to European countries.
Bvron W. King, of the King's
School of Oratory, will deliver an ail
dress in the Central theatre on Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Revival services are in progress at
Fishiburn's church, near this place.
Several conversions have taken place
thus far. The Rev. X. L. Linebaugh.
of this place a former pastor, preached
a few evenings. The meetings are
in charge of the Rev. G. W. Hallman.
of Annville, a student of Lebanon Val
Women of Methodist Church to Hold
Festival in School
Special Correspond 'ire.
Millerstown, Dev. 10.—Mrs. Mervin
Cook, of Harrisburg, spent several days
this week with her sister, Miss Ella
' Mr. and MTS. George Kepmer, of Al
tooiia. s;>ent Sunday at t!he home of
The women of the Methodist church
will hold a festival in the school hall
on Saturday evening.
\V. D. Bollinger was in Harrislburg on
Mrs. Sarah Stouffer, of Van Dyke. i«
visiting her sister, Mrs. William Mar
Fraternal Patriotic Americans Initiate
New Members at Fort Hunter
Dauphin, Dec. 10. —Mr. and Mrs.
J*aac Bogner, of Speeeeville, announce
the birth of a son, Tuesday, December
John L. Porter, Daniel Tobias, Frank
Malhorn, Sherman Megonnell, George
Conrad, Parker Bufflngton and William
Douglass were initiated on Tuesday
evening in Fort Hunter Council, No.
596, Fraternal Patriotic Americans.
The Mite Society of the Presovterian
church met at the home of Mrs. .1, D.
M. Reed on Tuesday evening. After
ihe regular business was transacted, re
freshments were served.
Mary Zug Has Returned to Her Home
in Bowie, Maryland
Mifflintown, Dec. 10.—Miss Mary
Zug, of Bowie, Maryland, after a
week's visit at the home of Henry
Watters, returned to her home, Satur
Miss Ellen Robison returned home
last week after a visit of several weeks
Mrs. William I. Kulp is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Paul M. Heimaeli, in
Elmer North, of Juniata, spent Sat
urday in town.
Miss Lena Hardy spent Tuesday
with relatives in town.
Shemory Bros., of Selinsgrove, have
purchased the Eshleman bakery in
MitTlin and took charge on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Marks and
daughter. Ruth, of Harrisburg, spent
part of last week with relatives in
Mrs. Schaffner. of Hummelstown, is
visiting at the home of her sister. Mrs.
George L. Hower.
Miss Emily McXeal spent Saturday
Mrs.. Russell Shaver and little son,
of Washington, are visiting their grand
mother. Mrs. Sara Davis.
Miss Ruth Landis, of Lancaster, is
visiting at the home of her brother,
Mrs. John Wagner spent Monday in
Mrs. Anna Beattv, of Port Royal, is
visiting at the home of her uncle, B. F. I
Burchfield. and family.
Miss Tillie London is visiting rel
atives and friends in Philadelphia and ,
New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mathers, of
Cleveland, are visiting with relatives
in this place.
Miss Sallie Mayer gave a card party
last Friday evening.
Mr. anil Mrs. John Leonard spent
Sunday in Harrisburg with Mrs. Leon
aid's brother. Thomas Dunn.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dickershied
spent Saturday in Harrisburg.
Mrs. James Neely, of Churchill, spent
Wednesday in town.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Beale, of
Driftwood, are visiting relatives in the
Mrs. Hayes Pettit left Sunday for a
visit with home folks in Florida.
Going to Inspect Death House
Pittsburgh, Dec. 10.—The Board of j
Prison Inspectors of Western Pennsvl
vania has arranged to go to Rockvie'w. |
< entre county, where the new Western j
penitentiary is being built, next Hon- j
day, December 14, to inspect the exe- 1
■ it.on building, just completed.
Do you dread the coming'
of cold weather?
If you have Keller's Coal
in your bins you shouldn't
worry about the advent of
A'V'i/'* Coal will increase"
the efficiency of your healing
system and keep ■ you comfortable.
Whatever size and kind of
luel your furnace needs fori
best results Kellev will sup
ply you. This is tine weather,
tor making deliveries:
H.M. KELLEY & CO.
1 N. Third Street
Tenth and State Streets
JSat&MafaX ir jStwrnaiM •
; Have You Cast Friday One-Hour Pre-Holiday Sale «
Your Vote? Sales in the Cloak of Sheets
► # Tlpna rf mpnf Utica, Mohawk, Arcadia, Superior Ci <
► !" l,u Sensible Christmas Presents In most housewives, for their merits are 4
1 here are over seven hundred drawings j Smart Stvles iml Fine Mntcri-ils widelv known. ll' <
' of Santa Claus on exhibition on the fourth oman ©T\ les ana .Pine AlateiiaiS ■ K
► floor nn -* hQf , ese sa,e sheets are the same fine quality , ■ , 4
► 91.00 reflicoats at H9C that characterizes all above-named makes. Bfr HII Em. <
Ten out of these seven hundred and over On Sale From 9 to 10 O'clock Only But on account of slight oil spots which can <
children who drew those pictures will be be washed out, they are marked "O" and IK!
► presented with worthy prizes before Xnias. ! "lack and colored satiue; fitted tops. '' E. S." Some are soiled from handling. A *
K It is up to you, whoever wins them. SJ.SO Petticoats at 79c lemst tched in lot. Sale prices signify j i
K Will you visit this exhibition whenever On Sale From 10 to 11 O'clock Only At BOc—regularly 69c- 63x90 inch
► 1". ™, rt w!V n £ Ca M' a V ;° te? G ° 88 ofte " H1 n<• k and colored Halcyon petticoats, with * «9c| T2x9o-inch <
as \OU Wish—no obligations. fittpH tnnc »<c— regularly 75c; 81x90-inch \
; Help the chUdmi win a prize. KimOHOS at 89c, Value SI.SO GCUUine AlUHlinUm * f
» ust of Prizes o.r™ u «.*«•** o* m, Lipped Percolator :
: Ml m*-! JSff&EWsi.Friday at SI.OO t
-nd Pi ize—lrish tino $4 00 c # f _ n• ■ ■ if <• A
► eo 3d ter prul- Express ! pri Z e-Doii coach, W Jersey Silk Petticoats at $1.98 Pillow Cases There are one hundred and fifty <
, **;% e _ Tool ; W f,h Prize writing On Sale From 12 to 1 O'clock Only . marked E. S., 40x36-inch; regit- (like above illustration), 2-qt. size; <
chest, $2.25. j desk, $2.50. Iflrly wlo. bpeciftL ('xtl'fl hpflVV Polislipd Rlnr*lr phnnv A
n sth Prue - Drum. , di sth g Prize- S et of ( ° ue hundred of them-and there Mohawk, marked E. S., 42x36-inch; regif finished handles 1
K * * will be no more ot them. They are exactly larly 19c. Special 15r nnisnea nanaies. "
► i t lis, same as those we sold for one hour last Bowman Special; 42x3ti-inch • regular) v They sell regularly for $1.69. See <
y I Frid ®y— and we so 'd one hundred in less 15c, at ' window. \
► ! luui a " hour - 0,1 e on!y to each customer. Dreamland (brown)';' 45x36-in'ch • reeularl v ! \
, None on approval, nor C. O. D. 13c, at .'... . I T\ n AA m *
► $3.00 and $3.50 Beacon Blanket p niow cases in 42 or bieacii- JJITCSS
Bath Robes at H. 98 * Wool Dress Goods
- On Sale From 1 to 2 O'clock Only A 50c Sheet for 29c i . ]
* / wmrit' »v .v i i ~ . . Skirt lengths in poplins, serges, striped <
JMBsyt, arm, soft robes with girdles. Good color "Snnovinv" /-.no ui„ i j J- i 1 r ? , , i
► 7? — ... i OUpeilOl qualltv; beached: suitings, diagonals, gabardines, broadcloths, <
-7 MM?:»: lr» m ,h. maker-J™, right for %ES.VZ° ° '«
awl,? In - .) ti.in, f,l ,1 111 •. ~~ Yard-wide Storm Serge-white edge, in
: ; last through ,he hour. Children's Novelty Suits aI
► " TWO Hundred New Creoe de e are showing the new Oliver Twist and 40-inch Poplins—-twenty of all the newest 4
rLZ L,!!- /x,[ no French Blouse suits in serge and corduroy, shades. Yard
T? nr TS"I q- Qicf Pf ttline Waists at $1.98 at $3.50 and $4.95. $1.25 52-inch All Wool Storm Serge—in >
O On Sale From 2to 3 O'clock Only Boys' Norfolk suits, with full cut knicker navy, green and black. Yard 98<* "
y Small pins Material for evening | ~.. . pants, in grays and brown mixtures; sizes 6 Silk and Wool Poplins—Silk and Wool <
► i.ons pin dress < Similar styles have stjld regularly at $2.50 to 12 years. Special at $2.45. Tussahs—in prune, goblin, Russian, Copen- <
► silk' stockings pjbbmf bodkins and $'2.98. Ihe prettiest of the seasons Boys' blue serge Norfolk suits at $3.98 hagen, brown, taupe, black, garnet, lilac, <
•Shirtwaist bo\ shoe trees models in black, whate, pink, light blue. Nile and $4.98. i srrev, navy wistaria and reseda. Yard
j/vening RkAt-s Portieres for door green, helio, maise, rose, peach, flesh and the Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. I SI.OO "*
* " o, ;. doir cap silk I't'tticoat staple colors. Many embroidered styles "
Silk corset strings j among them—fllld all sizes, "*———i ————. —— —— 4
. Bureau set. ! bocket and chain „ '
K g!uona racket $5.00 Poplin Skirts at $1.98 TTnt- **TT-i )) ffi <
r yß e ta l bie kS f ° r ,lres "
" K, "iffs i ' lsred collar and I crepe n <fe chfne pettico&t ' An unuwal and unexpected opportunity. <
Bh co!nhs halr pins and i Hl nL a wfth°birtiistone s A maker found hjmself with over a hundred If you would win "his" gratitude—if Vou covet "his" frk'lKlship—
' " 1 ,; if ■ wi " Kive him soluetllin « tbat is practical aud useful—we suggest a
„ .rtuns Handsome Smoker Set • :
y pJi pTr - p 1 _ r\ applied to us for immediate cash. This is the <
► i.iiviivi"i ialrCU explanation Of our offering. Here you have your choice of an unusually complete stock in styles, i
* PA-nnor Plia-P-J -nrr Two 800,1 '»° dels of very high grade pop- I s j zes aud hnishes, from a small trav set to a large cellerette combina- i
* vHalllir liu skirts, in black, navy] dark green and ! tion. Five are here described. <
y m __ dark brown. Every one of them is worth 0 , o i *
► clipc Paital oiArc •t.yi-Mi—in style, workmanship and material. Solid Mahogany Smoking Stand, with brass KpJ" 1 * 01 M
► d/lld Casseroles Figured Silk Kimonos at $1.98 leaded base to prevent falling over. Spe-
T . . „ ~ ; 0n ale From 4to 5 0 clock Only cial, $1.95. Similar stvle comes in brass.
Fhe custom oi making tea and coffee and v., i KI ru • 4 A
of cooking thr many things at the tobl«, for- 'An^\heßo''■nd'eood' t Self-Lighter Smoking Stand—equipped with *
' " 0W t ' h> ' Hle V llt to'' and length sizes jUgs» Mi 'glass tray, cigar holder, drawer, pipe racks, etc.
range to 46. A host of colors aud printings. vf >■*!}.''£ This stand comes in golden oak, fumed oak and ma- i
► Serving en casserole or in chafing dishes is Among them .are some plain colors with self hoaanv. Special 53.49. i
► also considered a necessary part of modern i color polka dots and some with Japanese | I' il ' i
► housekeeping. and floral figures. One only to each cus- f[\ | Oj r~ Self-Lighter Smoker equipped with self-
► dishes,94.so to $1.5.00. tomer. None on approval, nor 0. 0. D. jLTiiT f lighter, ash trav, cigar holders, pipe racks, cup- •<
!wiXr»"s S "8 5 ,0'55.00 0 ' s.coaii Kioor EOWMAN'B. board, cigar clippeiv etc. Finished in finned oak, 1
$1.25 7-ineh casserole, nit-kel plated copper : M iSfolffl I golden oak tmd mahogany. Speoial price for this
► receptacle, at 9Sc. T+ Mav Tic , «*§» \ number IS $6.95. -i
' ItMay Be a Sweater lA Cellerette Set—equipped with humidor, moist- '
f Thp c a in r u RntH* You Have in Mind Ifi ener, air tight cupboard, zinc lined, lever lock, self- I 4|
► *»««vris DOTfie TT- »» li^ht ei\ ash tray, etc. Comes in fumed oak, golden <
► Keeps hot liquids hot, :io hours. i? Or XllIB alK ' m ahogany. Like illustration. Specially <
m et 'P s c ' o c '°ld) S4 hours. Men's and boys' coat sweaters, in all the jif ri priced at $13.50. 4
y ' Thls bottle is mounted in seamless brass wanted stvles. at SI.OO, 51.50, Sl-79. Hi I 4
y f *ase, full nickel-plated, highly polished; easy f 1.98, f2.50 and"up to #7.00. *1 i ' I' SmOklllP" TraV<;
to separate and put together. v . . r , , , v* V wjxivjvxiig J. I <xy o 4
► Pint size Ht SI "lO V isor coat sweaters tor men and boys, the x * I >1 orj , , . , ... <
, t « 4-in-one sweater, ai $3.50 and .$3.98. j I! f 5 ()lu » mahogany smoking tray, with self-lighter,
► The Vaco Bottle, pint size SI 00 Men's $1.50 coat sweaters, in maroon, navy ash trav etc. Prices range from $1.50 to $5.95.
and oxford, V-neck and shawl collar, at Fifth FIoor—BOWMAN'S. x >• '
► Basement—BOWMAN'S. Sl«l9* V i
BLACK HAND UP TO DATE
York Variety of Blackmailer Uses Rub
York, Pn., Dei'. 10.—With York's ;
"Blaok Haml" bom'b outrage yet uu- j
solved, an anonymous letter has been j
received bv \\ illiam F. Kry, a notary I
and surveyor of this city, demanding i
SSOO. The letter is typed in rubber- ;
stamp letters witH red ink, and demands '
that the money !>e placed at a railroad i
bridge before Friday, December IS. The'
signature is composed of the letters!
"Black" aud a rn'biier-stamped hand.'
The address is similarly typed and fhe j
envelope bears a York postmark.
The matter has 'been placed in the j
hands of the postal authorities.
FREE IN BABY POISON CASE j
Colored Nurse's Accuser Lacks Proof
—Milk Bottle in Court Was Same
Norristown, l»a„ Dei'. 10.—A jury j
yesterday found Edna Town*, a colofed j
nurse girl, not guilty of at tempting to |
poison an infant of C. <l. Wright, of j
The Court directed the verdict when
the girl's attorney called the attention
to the a'bsence of proof that the milk
'bottle produced in court, was the same
whiiih Mrs. Wright declared contained
HARRIS BURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 10. 1914.
! poison and .vriieh had beeji offered to I
; t'he baby in t'he W right houie.
WILL MAKE OF SHORTAGE
Tax Collector Returns Alter Nearly!
Two Years' Absence
Somerset, Pa., Dec. 10.—Franklin 1
j Koontz, former tax collector of Quema I
honing township, returned to his home i
Tuesday night after an absence of I
j nearly two years. With a capital of
1 *:;00. a savings diiriug his absence, he j
j promises to make good a shortage of j
$6,000 if unmolested. His bondsmen
j have already made good the amiunt to
j the township and county.
Koontz disappeared February 14,
Plan Battalion Days in Schools
Reading, Pa., Dec. 10.—'President
i Wilson's message to Congress, advoeat
-1 ing a trained citizenship for t'he de
Take Care of Your Eyes and j
They'll Take Care of You
For advice, consult j
fense of the country in times of na
tional peril, has revived the movement
for military training in the public
schools. Members of the School Board
and District Superintendent 0. S. Foos
are in favor of such training.
Pretty Much Whole Hotel
Altoona, Pa„ Dec. 10.—Mirs, Louis C.
Kellar, who is seeking a divorce with
alimony from her husband, a hotelkeep
er, says that "she was not only man
ager of the hotel business, but also
c-ook in the kitchen, chambermaid,
housemaid, even doing the parlor work
and at times tending bar.
Re-elect Ella Flagg Young
Chicago, Dec. 10.—'Mrs. IClla Flagg
Young, superintendent of the Chicago
schools, whose salary of SIO,OOO a
year marks her among the highest sal
nried women of the country, was re-
elected last night toy a vote of 15 to 6.
A figilit had been expected over the re
election, but t'ire open support of Mayor
Harrisou assured 'Mrs. Young her place.
CAN BE FINED $4,000,04M>
Jersey Central Bead Pleads Not Guilty
Newark, Ji. J., Dec. 10.—The Central
Railroad of New Jersey pleaded not
guilty yesterday to the recent indict
ment returned by the Federal Grand
Jury containing about 200 counts,
charging that the railroad indulged in
extensive rebating to the Lehigh Navi
gation Company during a period extend
iug back many years. The case will
be tried early in January.
The maximum penalty to wlhidh the
railroad company would be subject, in
event of conviction on all counts, is .a
fine of approximately $4,000,000.
TBAINS CBASH 100 FEET IN AIB
Two Persons Killed and Score Injured
in Collision on Elevated
New York, Dec. 10.—Two persons
were killed and more than a score in
jured in a collision toetween -crowded
elevated railroad trains oif upper Eighth
avenue last nigSvt.
Fire followed anil four cars were
burned. 'Most of the passengers es
caped over the ties along the highest
part of the "L" structure, nearly 100
feet above the street.
HONOR NEW STATE OFFICERS
Union League to Give Reception for
Brumbaugh, Penrose and McClain
Philadelphia, Dec. 10.—Governor
elect Brumbaugh, 'Lieutenant Governor
elect IVt'cClain and Senator Penrose will
be guests to-night of t'he Union League
at a reception to which 3,000 mem
bers of the club have been invited. The
reception will be preceded by a dinner
THE WORDEN PAINT'
AND ROOFING CO.
H. M. F. WORDEN, Proprietor.
Slag, Slate and Tile Roofs,
Damp and Water Proof
ing, Paints and Roofers'
Genuine Pen Argyl Inlaid
Slate for Flat Roofs.
I HARRISBURO, PA.
j tendered the guests by the directors of
| William T. Tilden, 'president of the
I nion League, yesterday appointed ft
committee consisting of Governor Mil*-
ler, of Delaware; Congressman Graham-,
dohn W. Hamer and John Bancroft ti
escort the guests to the league.
ELECTRICITY BURNS BOY ;
Child Grasps Wires That Dangle Prom
Trevorton, Dec. 10.— Robert Argtier,
8 years, was on the way to a store
yesterday with a silver dollar in his
hand, when he saw telephone and tele
graph wires hanging from poles wreck
ed by a storm.
He grabbed the wires and 500 volts
entered his body. The hand holding tflie
dollar was burned to a crisp. He is in
the Stat© Hospital and is not expected
to recover. <
Ephrata Burgess Resigns
Lancaster, Pa., Dec. 10.—'At a spe
cial meeting of the Borough Council of
Ephra'ta Burgess .lacob Kline presented
his resignation, giving as his reason hi*
advanced age. He was elected last April
1 to fill the vacancy occasioned by the
death of J, W. Martin. Marry Hprecher
was chosen acting Burgess.