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» Children Who House Coats- Han.tteitU.fe (or tt__„ Th ;„ riiWc+moc '
U Have Drawings n( j Ui S Gift Women and Children HCie llllb vflrisiinas .;
The voting contest closes at 9P. M., | Packed in appropriate holly boxes, ready w 4.1,„4. „♦ j.; 1. i 1 . , ''■*
j ► on Saturday evening. If you are going If you give him a house coat—or smok- for Christmas. We are told almost daily ■ • a time have Ave shown such a variety
J ► to win a prize you had better hustle ing jacket-yon can rest assured that he I about our dainty line of handkerchiefs for 0 f cunning dolls, and SO manv, too. To look at them, vou'd think all "Pol- < i
► around and secure votes, "he ten draw- will be wonderfully delighted. dainty gift giving. Prices are to «
► in ss receiving the highest number of Among the various patterns are good 51.50 each. leria" had responded to the call of Toy Town, including the Queen. '' p
votes will he awarded prizes—five each styles in restful shades that men like. Women's fancy linen handkerchiefs, in- *
to boys and girls. We have them aj low as $3.98, and as j itial or dainty handwork, at There are dolls of almost every na- 1
v •** high as $8.50. There are several prices Three hemstitched children's handker- 5
* \ in between. And "stouts'' are included. j chiefs, in a wooden wagon or sleigh, for j( tion (icrmany, r ranee, IvUSSia, Eng-
► Buy Ties From Men j l ;' otir -i jOWMAN ' s - 2 ctildren'B imported handkerchiefs, with M/\ land, and so on, with little character <
► Who Know What Dutch i dolls in many varieties. 1
► Men Like A TT TIT*II I)! Besides, there are crying dolls, ,1
' inK°"hYm""foi-yorLtTXltrd'a'S if/ _ jfflpMeSlL ! . eAS© talking dolls, bisque dolls, jointed dolls, .
Him With a Fine <">«*• a ° d ow
tant in the dress of men. Uj \|>si&■ <<, <!*&?-.■'*! Tffl wliflff Qpf g ' dolls, unbreakable dolls, Kewpie dolls,
► rile assortment is really surprising, \ 1 llAVCullt WCt V I
► so many different patterns, and almost V IMjpL ' J jll* * Campbell Kids, whistling dolls, and ?
y everyone trying to be the prettiest, | 'i A man seldom thinks of buying a lux- >V 4
Priced at There are some at j | ury for himself, but just give him one and ever SO manv more. 4 « a
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j ► y —- .—. | The Christinas List Should Include Traveling Sets come in neat leather Almost Three Dozen Different Prices i
► mere S xleasurein GIV- ! folding cases, lined with gray kid and ,
► . m .. PI Al ,n,« TTrx<» moire silks —various combinations, includ- Starting at a nickel, the prices range upward until they reach $10.1)1), •<
IH. 2" a Traveling: 1>3,2f »TAOlr CO lOx llcr ing military brushes, clothes brushes, hat ... , t •• m » All 1 <•
brushes, soap boxes, tooth and nail brushes and the dolls at this price are worthy ot mention. Theie s a doll here at 1
► Our unusually large stock represents We are better prepared than ever with and holders, mirror, combs and the like. , • i.i lc omnllpaf anH amounts L
► cowhide, pig skin, walrus, goat and zebu the finest makes, such as Fownes. Kaysers Prices range from to most any price \ Oil call tlllllk ot between the smallest and lai rt e. t amounts.
► leathers, in black and tan: all leather and Bacmo. Third FIoor*—BOWMAN'S. $
y lined. . / —v <
Prices are $2.98, $3.98, $4.98 ami Cape Overseam Gloves at sl.oo—made MM « # <
The New Gladstone Traveling Case is j , ° i
Uor the Traveler Put These On Another shipment of |
► now being shown—a handy traveling I al 6 ~ cni A T?aliljKl A fanarioc Avr-iTT£*rl
► requisite that is in appearance both a bag Glace Overseam Gloves at sl.oo—One- "vlla ((TT« T4e*4- v/Cin<iriCo iirilVCU. <
Y and suit case. Made of heavy cowhide, in , clasp in black, white and colors; well made P<« JdLIS I -*» ST. I
y black and brown; hand sewed frame, ! and smart styles. OUIX VdS6 Yesterday <
f lC.'od." °Anofhe^st'vle I '*24'in^'ies ' 1 Kid Gloves at $2.25 to $3.75-in 12 24-inch cowhide suit cases; sewed leather I mbrclla Such a clatter thev made, after being
linen lined, at $20.00. and 16-button lengths; direct from France, j handle; extra deep; muslin lined; brass -Silk Hose unpacked and thoroughly warmed. All ?
. Third Floor BOWMA\'I MAIN FINNR ROWVAV'H lock and catches, with wide straps all 0 • A
around. Special at $3.98. Four-in-Iland Ties are good singers, and every one is a gen-
- _'K r -hief* u^ne ® ar^z Mountain bird, imported \
y XTTf\-m rk-n A 4-V,,x ting, at 98<-, $1.50, $1.98 and up to " e( 1 from Germany. >
► W 0111611 S vOcltS Are cl rdiXX OI tllC SIO.OO. —And other things on this page that Priced at $2.98, $3.49 and $3.98 \
► Great Christmas Stock in Or a Trunk
y - Here will be seen dress trunks, 28 inches s ' *
y Til A r:lr\alr TjP'na fifTl Pllt long and up to 40 inches; canvas covered; " *
y tllC vlwdli UVyal Llllcllt fibre bount |. brass hardware and leather _ . — lf lg —k • \ <
A more complete showing of fashionable coats than is on displav straps. At $4.75 to $7.50. E IftlA Ml* ill 11 lA llPri/lA
here would be hard to find. If there is a popular style missing it is Steamer trunks at to $12.00. 1 llllv 11UW« ifII.• iildlli IU I/vvIUC <
; because we have never seen nor heard ot'it —and that's not likely. ,
y Corduroys, and plushes, zibelines and broadcloths, astraehaus and Per- 512.50. A rt \lrvnr A-. Hi no 4
k sianas, boucles and mixtures —and in every shade and color mixture Third FIoor— BOWMAN'S. ||]| | ||d.L lIEW 311lL 111 UVCrLIIQI \
that's fashionable. \
y There are more than half a thousand coats to select from and New Bath Robes li our bright Clothing Department with its abundance of davlight, is ,1
► the pnees are attractive the logical place to select winter apparel.
y Over a hundred sample coats are here from W lie—the best mod- lOr M.611 "
y els that New York produces. It's a sale and eveiy one of them is just . 4
y a third less than you would ordinarily have to pay. Arrived JUSt 111 the '<
► "Wirlr nf Tim<a Every wanted stvle for men and young men—tartan checks, stripes. <
► Zibeline Coats--SIO.OO to $25 00 Selecting from so many new and differ- : cloths that are new. Both English and conservative models. Priced at <
MS« |g.il i„sSo!io I '°±% eas $9.90 to $25,00.
Broadcloths SIO.OO to $45.00 . THejf w ikomi to two «m 1 HrHmi 1
► Misses' and Women's Raincoats, $5.00 e l-? ls 'DaimaCadns y
. ) v while others are made with shawl and i\
A very unusual quality. Rut only tan, because tan is the best color. .Made of military collars. Finished with cord and New patterns have been added, and Some with velvet and convertible J'
Bf T S are ted a A KI sti l u '! , " d ' ;, All - ! lrogs : in several instances, there are Slip- collars. Your choice of chinchilla, kcrsevs and cassiineres. Prices range 1
► pages ate nnisliea. hither tailored 01 laglan slee\es. With or without belts. C.ou- pers to match. Kn i
y vertible collars. Sizes misses' 14 to women's -M. Lounging robes are also in the showing 0111 ' < .
y Other raincoats at $7.50, SIO.OO and $15.00. Attractive patterns. These have corded <
The New Rain Cape for Children, $1.98 | UVercoatS -
Can be used four ways. And of the best satine with pure rubber lining. Ked or f,ri( 'fs are $2.98, $3.75, $4.95, Form fitting in camel's hair and kersey fabrics; velvet collars, SIO.OO A
v navy. Sizes 6to 14 years. Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S. $5.95 and up to SIO.OO. to $15.00.
► * Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. \
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Ladies' Aid Society of TJ. B. Church
Tower City, Dec. 16.—Miss Emma
Kelley, of Wiconisco, visited friends in
C. W. Edwards, of Reading, trail-j
sa< ted business at tliis place.
One of the most beautiful sights to
b' - seen anywhere is the snow-capped
mountain near this place. The heavy
snow on the trees has done consider
The Rev. O. G. Romig au<i Chanson
Wartield attended the Stougli evangel
.sti • meetings at Harrisburg.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Unit-1
\1 Brethren church served vegetable
(oup on Wednesday. They cleared a
neat little sum for their treasury.
Harry Batdorf, of Orwin, and Miss
Elizabeth Krebs, of this place, have
Deen granted a marriage license.
National Bank Distributed Nearly $2,-|
(KIO in Christmas Checks
Br »*Ha! Correspondence.
Halifax, Dec. 16. Mrs. C. C. Ben
.ier spent Saturday with friends at
The Halifax National Hank on Mon
Hay distributed nearly $2,000 in Christ-;
mas checks to the members of their!
Christmas Savings (Hut).
Miss Helen Smith, of Stuamokin. isi
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1
H. 1.. Bogar.
The Methodist Sunday school will'
hold their Christmas entertainment on I
Christmas night, December 23.
Mr. and, Mrs. 11. C. Wagner and I
daughter, Khoda, returned to their J
home in Harrisburg Tuesday evening
alter visiting their respective parents.
Charlotte Heisier spent Tues
day at Harrisburg.
Charity Ijo>ige, No. S2, I. O. O. F.,
will hold their annual banquet at
their hall, Second and Market streets,
on Friday evening, January 1, 1915.
Harry Enders and Bride Serenaded
Upon Return From Washington
Enders, Dec. 16. —George W. Etter
returned to Halifax after spending
some time visiting relatives in this
Harry Enders and bride, who arrived
from Washington, were serenaded at
the home of Isaac A. Enders.
H. C. Weaver and workmen, of Ber
rysburg, are at work painting the in
terior of the United Brethren church.
Mrs. W. R. Snyder, of Elizabeth
ville, visited her mother, Mrs. William
H. Kitting, who is ill at the home of
her son, ,1. C. Fitting.
Ralph Hoffman, of Harrisburg, spent
several days here with his sister, Mrs.
.John W. Helt.
E. E. Enders, of Carsonville, was
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Moses Enders, on Saturday.
Services will be held in the Lutlier
an church by the Rev. J. F. St.abley on
in Christmas Boxes and Baskets
35<? and up
Golden Seal Drug Store,
11 S. Market Square.
TTAftRTSBrftC PTAR-TNDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 16. 1914.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday even -
ings and communion on Sunday morn
Ira Hoover wa« home from Lykens
to spend Sunday with his family.
Funeral of Mrs. Demuth Held From
Home of Daughter
Hershey, Dec 16. —A male chorus;
lias been organized and the organization !
meets every Monday evening at the
Hershey Men's Club. The director is
Miss Mary Loel) attended I<he confer-J
ence of the Volunteer Workers of the
. W. C. A. at Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Brown quietly)
celebrated their twenty-seventh wed-!
ding anniversary at fheir home on (_'a- '
racas avenue on Sunday.
Mrs. John Lenker is on the sick list. !
Dr. C. ('. Mitchell will deliver an ail- '
dress on "The Upward Trend" at the j
Hershey Central theatre on Sunday aft- j
ernoon at 3 o'clock.
Frank Forry moved from Palmyra to I
this place. For twenty years Air. Forrv I
had been engaged in business in Mis- !
Harrv 8. Mover, accompanied by his I
sister, Clara, visited friends at Lingles- i
Park Fisher, of Lykens, visited I
friends at this place.
Robert Dubois, of Madisonville, 0„ I
accepted a position with the Hershey |
John Lyons visited friends in Phila i
Ross Strine has purchased a Max- ■
well roadstor from Edward Wagner, of
Walter G. Stillwell, a member of the
Pennsylvania State constabulary, Troop j
C, of Pottsville, is stationed here on j
general patrol duty.
Irvin Gordon and William Cooper j
visited friends at Lebanon.
The funeial of the late Mrs. Eliza-1
bet li Demuth was held from the home
of her daughter. Mrs. Herbert Scott.
The deceased was aged 75 years and is
survived by two children, one sistev
and two brothers. For many years she
had been a resident of this place arid
a faithful member of the United Breth
ren church. The services were con
ducted by the Rev. X. L. Linebaugh,
assisted by the Rev. O. G. Roinig, a
former pastor. Burial took place at
Henry's church. The pallbearers were
the six trustees of the church, S. D.
( larlt. H. M. Witman, A. W. Suavely,!
James Willard, Allison Garman and H. j
Mrs. Dollie Cole is Visiting Her Daugh-1
ter at Steelton
Wieonisco, Dec. 16.—Mrs. H. P.,
A Camera Gift!!
Why Not? j
A never-ending source of enjoy
ment to the one, and always a picas
ant reminder every day in the year
of your thoughtfulness.
Prices range from
$2.00 to $25.00
According to size and mechanism, i
Forney's Drug Store j
A'M MARKET STREET
% » I
Prout and son, of Mauch Chunk, are
visiting in town.
Miss Beu.la.li Pontius is visiting in
Mrs. Dollie Cole is the guest of hM
daughter in Steelton.
Edwin Bressler, of Mauch Chunk,
is in town.
George Kelly, of Philadelphia, is
Raymond i'jpendlove is visiting in
West Pair view.
Mr. and Mrs. George Poster spent
: last week in Duncan no n.
I Wenrlch Property Sold to Herbert L.
Khoads of South Hanover
Hummelstown, Dec. 16. —Richard 15.
! Earnest, real estate dealer, has -sold for
! Edward L. Wonrich, of llarrisfburg. his
I dwelling house at High and Walnut
| streets, this place, to Herbert U
j Khoads, of Souh Hanover township. Mr.
I Rhoads will take possession of the
[property on April 1, 1915. The con
sideration was private.
i Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Gingrich and
i daughter. Alma, were visitors in Har
j risburg yesterday.
H. M. Wolf spent yesterday after
| noon in Steelton.
William Mullin and sons. James and
1 Michael, visited relatives in Philadel
j phia to-day.
Mrs. Aaron Porter is seriously ill
with pneumonia at her home on West
Misses Barbara and Annie Martin
were visitors in Harrisburg yesterday.
Marchant Shaffuer, of Harrisburg Vis
ited His Aunt on Saturday
I Special Correspondence.
Da>uiphin, Dec. 16. —The Ladies' Aid
Society of tihe United Evangelical
I church, mot at the home of Mrs. W.
Scott Biekel, on Tuesday evening. Aft- j
er the regular'business was transacted,
refreshments were served.
Mrs. Ktta Kennedy and daughter,!
Miss Maud, spent tine weekend at!
J oh us town.
Marchant Shaffner, of Harris'burg,.
spent Saturday with his aunt, Mrs. W.;
Mrs. Sarah Lyter, John B. Lytor and !
Harry Lyter, attended the funeral ol'l
Mrs. A. Lyter, at Halifax, on Sunday. j
Missionaries Wed in Africa
Seranton, Pa., Dec. 16. —-A letter
reached here yesterday telling of thi?
wedding o'f Miss Ida Frufiiger, daughter
of Mrs. Anne Frutiger, of Taylor, to
the Rev. Haymond 'M. faster, of Pitts ,
liurgh, liotli of whom arc missionaries .
in Sierra Leone, Freetown, Africa.
Man 7.3, Hangs Himself
Northumberland, Dec. IB. —Des-
pondent beeaiise of ill health William i
Miller, 7" years old, of Point town-;
ship, hanged himself yesterday. The'
body was l'ound by his son.
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Kinnev's Rubbers, .. !v" ne - v ', s »«c
•• Kinuey b Arctics, &1.25
kinnev's Rubbers, .. Kinney'* Antics si.'s o
Kinney's Rubbers, ..
(21 NORTH FOURTH ST. NEAR
Kinney's Shoes 49c, Kinney's Boots, . . $1.98 I
Kinney's Shoes »Mc; Killliev's Boots, I'ligll,
Kinnev's Shoes SI.SSS| $2.501
Kinney's Shoes, 91.40j KilllieV S Stol'lll SllOeS,
Kinney's Shoes, $1.98
We Have /Served You Seven Years
CONTRACTORS SETTLB SUITS
Harrisburg Firm Gets s«»,<><)»> For Bo
iug Oufited From Work
Xorristown, Dec. 16. — W. O. Weav
er A. Sou, of Harristwirg, from whom
the contract for tilie Lower Morion
High school, at A rdiiiore, wa« taken,
because the School Board' thought the
work of completion was going too slow,
get $6,000 through settlement of a
slit brought to recover on tlio con
Weaver & Son declared that delav
in finishing the work was due to the
School Board's architect failing to
furnish the necessary drawings.
Coal Washeries Frozen .
Pottsville, Pa., Dec. 16.—Tempera'
ture elosp to /.ero hampered operation OW
cnal washerics yesterday. The wateT
froze in moving machinery whenever
the latter became slightly dogged.' A*
moderation, however, has already been
noted, and last evening it was 20 de
crees warmer than in the early hours of