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| KENNEDY'S BIG CUT]
I Of Perfumes and Toilet Preparations
jj Just Before Xmas—All Useful Gifts I
0 321 Market Street |
N Liquid Bouquets! The fragrance of the roses and violets in June, bottled and put Up in fancy Christmas boxes. All the delicate sweet-scented varieties are here including the I
II famous Mary Garden, Djer Kiss, Roger & Gallet, Azurea, Colgate, Hudnuts, and a score of the leading perfumes and toilet requisites. Always appropriate as tokens of remembrance
H at Christmas time. The money you save on these standard preparations before Christmas will come in handy on your shopping trip.
■ m Perfumes & Toilet Prefl/irfltiOTK Djer-Kiss fcaee Powuer, large, 85* Tetlow's Swan Down Face Powder, 12 * Daggett & Ramsdell Cold Cream, Kv
JBfl ICIIUIIICS vx lUilCl II C[/dl(lllUll3 Djer Kiss Creme, 45* Tetlow s Gossamer Face Powder, .. .17* ig* 28* 38c n I 650
11 (COTY'S) "Jack Rose" Ext $2.30 R«*er & Gallet Violette DePorme Ext Stillu.au a Freckle Orean.,' ..38<> HB
'M (COTY'S) "Jack Rose" Toilet Water, 89* «?•o w v Powdei, ' ?ef Satin Skin Creairh IS* CI
B| *2.10 Roger & Gallet Violette F^C c Powder. !.'!! !!!j! If $ Krnlinc !!! ! ! "'.l7* ||
Ml (COTY S) L Origan Ext $2.65 atei, ...... ... 79* Roger & Gallet Rice Powder, 23* Sempre Giovine 39c 1 rr^a
SB (COTY'S) "L'Origan" Toilet Water, Roger Ac Gallet Violette tace Powder Hudnut's Face Powder 45* Charles' Flesh Food
1 j $2.10 45* Sanitol Cream 17c
•KJ Piver's Azurea Toilet Water 89C Pinaud's Lilac Toilet Water 55* CreaillS Kintho Cream' 1 jnj
0 -Piver's LeTrefle Toilet Water 89c Pinaud's Hair Tonic 37* and 74* Wilson Freckle Cream 39* WVI
li Piver's Azurea Ext., oz 90* Hudnut's Violet Sec. Toilet Water, Mary Garden Cold Cream 45* Hazeline Snow 29c PHI
Bl Piver's Azurea Sachet Powder, 59* 69* and $1.35 Djer Kiss Creme, 45* Hudnut's Violet Sec! Cream 45* fei
HQ Piver's Azurea Face Powder 95c Colgate's Toilet Waters, / Creme Eleava 38* Oriental Cream ... 7 !$1.19 &(S
1 « Mary Garden Ext., V 2 oz m SI.OO 25*, 38* and 74* DeMeridor Creme, 19* and 38* I Palm Olive Cream, ... r 34*
fl|l Mary Garden Ext., 1 oz $2.00 Hoyt's Cologne 18*, 35* and 70* Hudnut's Marvelous Cold Cream, Eptol
EJH Mary Garden Toilet Water, 8 oz.. $3.00 LeDoriue Face Powder, . .. 39* 19* and 39* I Othiue, 73c mJi
VI Mary Garden Sachet Powder, .. $1.50 Dorin s Face Powder 95* Colgate's Cold Cream. 20*. 25* and 50* Hush 13*- 9 fnviU3
■J Man - Garden Face Powder $2.00 Laßlache Face Powder 38* 1 Hind's Cold Cream, 19* I Mum, 17c >H
«S Mary Garden Talcum Powder 50c Cliarmis Face Powder 25* j Derma Viva ..'39* : Aubrev's Sisters Cream,.. .19* and 39C ftj
l).ier Kiss Ext., 1 oz - 90c Leichner's Face Powder, 23* Pmaud's Beauteviva 39* Hokara 18* and 37c* tpM
II Djer Kiss Toilet Water 90c Carmen's Face Powder 39* Pompeian Massage Cream, Haean's Mairnolia Bairn Wr
H Djer Kiss Sachet Powder 65C Woodbury's Face Powder 17* 33*, 49* and 65* Frostilla, 16*
Ml Djer Kiss Face Powder, small 45c Java Rice Powder, 38* Viola Cream 39* Peoxide Cream. . .'.7.7.713*;' 2 for 25* |
|j A Complete Line of Rubber Goods at C 2
Officers Elected at Board of Health
Hummelstown, Pa., Dec. 19.—The
regular meeting of the board of health
was held on Thursoay evening and all ,
members were present. The bills of The
bnar.i were presented and ordered paid i
and the report of the healoh officer ap-j
proved. The following officers of the
b<.iar.l were elected for the ensuing l
year: President, H. Wells Buser; seere-;
tary, George T. Ricker; treasurer. Dr. I
W. M. Shull: health officer, Jacob i
Thomas. There is at present but one
eaje of contagious disease in the bor-1
Miss Annie Burkholjer has returned i
from the Indiana State Normal school j
and is spending the holidays with her |
parent®, Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Burk-1
Christmas exercises will be held in,
several of the schools next week, in
teresting program? have been arranged
for the exercises.
Paul gk'haffner. of the Lancaster i
Theological Seminary, and Herbert
S.-haffner, of Franklin and Marshall >
College, are visiting .their parents. Mr.
and Mrs. F. J. Scaaffner.
Mrs. Wilson Kline and children were]
visitors in Philadelphia yesterday.
Mrs. Jcfcn Zerfoss and Mrs. John i
Mtitzabaugh spent yesterday in Harris-'
Miss Katherine Shull has returned
from Wellesley College to spend the
Ctiristmas vacation with her parents.
Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Shull.
Mrs. Grover C. Buser visited her
auut, Mrs. Rebecca Rettew, at Har- (
During the next two weeks the
Wednesday evening prayer service in
the Reformed church will be omitted.
William Mullin and sons, James and ,
Michael, spent yesterday in Philadel
J. L. McCreary, Champion Hog Raiser
in York County
Dillsburg, Dec. 19. —The following
officers were elected in the Lutheran C. j
INITIAL TUMBLER OFFER !
f This coupon and 48 cents, entitles the bearer to
\tlSb I One Half Dozen Fancy Sterling
| , I Silver Initial Tumblers
j 1 I | I Coupon most bo presented at the office of
I ,111 THE STAR-INDEPENDENT
111! 18-20-22 South Third SL, H&rrlsburg, Pa.
I'liLil If wanted by mall, 10 cents extra.
IE. Society for 1915: President. J. S.
| Kapp; vice president. M. C. Thummn:
secretary, Ray Klugh; treasurer, G. E.
Seibert; musical director, S. W. Mc-
The Rev. O. E. Kreuz is at present
engaged in evangelistic work at Middle
burg, Pa. The Rev. F. H. Snell, of Ha
gerstown, will preach in the U. B.
| church at this place Sunday evening.
The Monoghan Presbyterian Sunday
school will render their Christmas pro
j gram to-morrow evening at 6.30.
lMrs. William Seibert, of Chappell,
, Neb., spent a few days during the week
I visiting friends in town.
The new Christmas Savings Cluib at
! the Farmers' and Merchants' bank will
| begin Monday, December 21.
' ' The senior class of the High school
jjave their class play j n the opera
house Thursdav evening to a large and
interesting audience. The class of 1915
; numbers twelve. There were thirteen
. until a few weeks ago when one merh
i ber of the class. Miss Grace Le>rew,
| became the bride of J. E. Arnold, pro
prietor of the local laundry, and she
i then discontinued her school work.
Calvin Rnaub, of Grantham, Pa., is
at present assisting the force of clerks
in the J. H. Dick general More.
A number of large hogs have been
reported around town, but the largest
one in this section was reported bv J.
L McCreary, proprietor of the local
bakery. Thursday he had his largest
nog killed and when dressed it weighed
WILLIAMS TO WN
Funeral of George Halloway Held Yes
Williainstown, Dec. 19.—Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Miller left for Philadelphia
to visit their daughter
Joseph Durbin, of Mercersburg
Academy, is visiting his parents. °
_ Cleo Haller, of Shippensburg State
■Normal School, is spending her Christ
mas vacation with her parents.
Verna Adam*, of Pottjrtown, is visit
ing her parents.
I The funeral of George Hallowav,
who was hurt at the colliery and died
while on the way to the Ashland hos
pital, was held this afternoon. Inter
ment in the M E. cemetery.
William Smith, of Mt. Carmel, is
A foreigner was found dead in a
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19, 1914.
shanty neur the colliery. It is supposed
i he suffocated from gas.
Flossie Williard. of Harrisburg, is
visiting her parents.
Interesting Notes About People Who
Come and Go
Millerstown, Dec. 19.—Mrs. Edna
i Simmers was in Harrisburg ou Tuesday.
Kenneth Ulsh, a student at Mercers
burg Academy, is home ou his Christ
; mas vacation.
Mrs. Gideou Fogleman is visiting rel
atives at Elizabethville.
; Miss Alice Alexander is in Xev» York
City on a business trip.
Mrs. C. C. Page has returned home
from a two weeks' visit in Altoona aud
Mrs. Thomas Dift'endafer was in Har
i risburg on Wednesday.
Mrs. C. A. Riland, of Herndon, is
1 visiting her sister, Miss Nellie Diffen-
High School Sent to Philadelphia
SB.BO for Belgium Sufferers
I Special Correspondence
j Halifax, Dec. 19.—Lieutenant Les-
I lie R. Shope is home from the Staun
ton (Virginia) Military Academy where
I he is an instructor, to spend the holi
j days with' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
j R. Shope.
Mrs. G. W. Westfall and daughter,
1 Gertrude, spent Thursday in the Capi
The Halifax High school, through
Professor S. C. Beitzel, have gent to
the Philadelphia "North American"
the sum of |B.BO to be applied to the
Belgian relief fund.
The Otterbein United Brethren Sun
day school will give their scholars the
annual Christmas treat on Sunday
Mrs. Jbseph E. Lyter picked several
pansies out of her yard during the past
The Halifax High School Literary
Society have changed their meeting
time from afternoon to evening and
held their first meeting last evening.
They will have their society meeting
every other Friday evening in the fu
Henry Feidt, an Aged Resident of
This Place, Died Wednesday
Millersburg, Dec. 19. —O. H. Watts,
jeweler, has opened a branch store at
Elizabethville, to continue till after
The Rev. D. E. Long, of Mt. Joy,
and formerly pastor of the U., B.
chnrch here, called on friendß here on
Dr. and Mrs. P. A. Heilmau, of Bal
timore, were entertained on Wednesday
by Mr. an.] Mrs. H. L. Lork, at their
home on Union street. In the evening
Mrs. Heilman gave a lecture in the in
terest of missions in St. Paul's Luth
)An entertainment will be given by
the Lebanon Valley Glee Club on
January 11 in the High Sehool room.
Henry Feidt died at the home of his
son, diaries L. Feidt, on Wednesday
noon. He was 82 years old, and had
been ill t'or the past year. He was
preceded to the grave by his wife,
many years ago, and besides his
C. L. Feidt, is survived by a sister,
Mrs. ('hallos Martz, of Killinger. In
terment was ina.le this morning at Kil
liuger. Funeral services were in charge
of the Rev. W. J. Kohler.
Arrangements have been completed
for th e e-xercises 'round the municipal
Christmas tree, to be held on Christ
mas eve at 7 o'clock. During the sing
ing of a Christinas hymn, the church
bells will be rung and Burgess S. N.
Kawel will press the button which will
turn on the 300 small lights on the
tree. The music will be furnished by
the Citizens' band.
The choir of the Lutheran church
will render a cantata on Sunday even
Thomas J. Long has moved his hard
ware goods into his new store room on
Miss Mary Voss, of this place, at
tended the funeral of a friend at Ly
kens on Wednesday.
Infant §on of Mr. and Mm. Charles
Brown Died Yesterday Morning
Middletown, Dec. 19.—Charles Ed
ward, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lharles H. Brown, died at the home of
his parents on Lawrence street yester
day morning. The funeral services will
be held at the home on Monday after
noon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. C. Buck
ley will officiate. Interment will be
made in the colored cemeterv, East
William L&ndis, the drayman, is ill
at his home on Brown street and John
Houser is working in his stead.
Miss Minerva Peters has returned
home from a seveml dairs' visit to
Thieves entered the chicken coop of
the Emaus Orphan Hone on Thursday
evening and stole between 40 and 50
chickens. The heads of fourteen chick
ens were fmind near the eoop. Thev
tore off several boards at the back of
Mrs. Elijah McCreary has gone to
Butler, Pa., where she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. Arthur .Bausman, for
The funera 1 services of the late
Francis Flnry were held at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. John Kramer, on
Emaus street last evening at 7.30
o'clock and the remains were taken to
Wrightsville on the morning train to
day, where interment was made. The
Rev. W. R. Ridington, pastor of the
M. E. dhurch, officiated.
Yohn Brothers, of Harrisburg, pre
sented an organ to tho children at the
Emaus Orphan Home for a Christmas
present. The gift is highly appreciated
Robert. Heibert and brother, William,
were given a hearing before Squire W.
J. Keanard yeaterdav, charged with
robbing freight car* on the Penngylva
nia railroad in Boyalton. The evidence
was sufficient to hold them under SSOO
bail each for court. t They were taken
back to the Harrisburg jail.
Walter Oit ia aponding Saturday and
Sunday at Lewistown aa the guest of
relative* at Lewistown, Pa.
Misa Helen Fiahal, who had been
studying nuraing at Columbus, Ohio,
and finished her course there, is spend
ing some time in town as the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Fish.el,
Leonard Bover, wife and son,
Charles, spent the day at Philadelphia.
Harry Smith, of Lorain, Ohio, is
visiting his sister, Miss Sadie Smith,
Market street, for two weeks.
The Union drill team will take part
in the mummers' parade at Harristourg
on New Year's Day.
Charles Henry, of Chambersburg, vis
ited his sister, Mrs. George Carr, South
Wood street, on Friday.
Installation of Officers of Big Spring
Lodge, No. 381
Newville, Dec. 19.—Big Spring
Lodge, No. 361, F. and A. M„ held a
meeting and banquertted on Thursday
evening. The installation of officers
took place at the lodge rooms, High
street and Big Spring avenue, by Dis
trict Deputy Grand Master Samuel
Goodyear, "of Carlisle, after which the
members and visitors repaired to an
adjoining room which presented an at
tractive appearance. Here the banquet
was served hy Caterer George P.
James. Covers were laid for 63.
Mrs. F. W. Parson and son, Arthur,
are guests of the former's parents in
Harrisburg. The Bev. Mr. Parson will
join them next week and remain for
Mrs. Perry McLaughlin left Friday
for Norristown, where she will spend
the holidays at the home of her par
The Rev. George W. Nicely, of Han
over, a former pastor of the Zion Lu
theran church, was the guest of Dr. E.
W. Remsburg on Thursday and Friday.
Mr. Duulap, Parsonage street, has
been suffering from an injured knee,
which he recoived through a fall on
Big Spring avenue, on Tuesday even
Lieutenant Ernest Locke stationed
at Fort Meyer, Washington, D. C.,
spent Thursday in town.
Building of Evangelistic Tabernacle Is
Special Correspond *nee.
Mechanicdburg, Dec. 19. —The build
ing of the tabernacle which begun yes
terday progressed rapidly. The intense
cold prevented beginning work as early
as had been planned, but at 8 o'clock
a large force was on hand and by noon
the 'building had assumed shape. Dinner
was served to all the workers and dir
rectly afterward work was resumed
and continued until 5 o'clock when f'ne
work was ended for the day atnl supper
Traveling sets. Manicure nets, Col
lar boxes, Cuff boxes and Emergency
Golden Seal Drug Store,
11 Z. Market Square.
solved to the workers. It was an in
spiring sight to see men of all occupa
tions and walks in life, including mem
bers of at least six denominations anil
men who make no profession of re
ligion, working together on tlic build
ing in which the claims of the Carpenter
of Nazareth are to be set forth to the
people of Mechanicsburg. While a
great deal was accomplished yesterday,
there still remains considerable to do,
and the work will be continued until
completed by small companies of volun
teers on different days. The frame work
is completed. The building will be 12S
l'eet, by 84 feet, and will seat two
The Community Christmas tree was
lighted last evening and a number of
persons braved the cold to listen to the
Christmas carols sung under the direc
tion of Dr. Eisenower and to an ad
dress by the Rev. E. C. B. Castle, pastor
of the First U. B. church* The electric
lights which were strung from High to
Arch streets 011 both sides of Main
street during the week were turned on
early last evening.
The cottage prayer meetings last
evening had the usual good attendance
ami the interest is increasing with each
evening. There were fourteen meetings
held last evening.
Thursday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Hess, West Main street,
their daughter, Miss Elsie J. Hess,
and Samuel <M. Simmons, of Locust
Point, were married. The ceremony
was performed by the Rev. S. S. Games.
Thursday evening the Woman's
Home and foreign Missionary Society
of Trinity Lutheran church paid a
Christmas visit to iMrs. S. R. Ort at her
home on East Main street. Mrs. Ort,
The Spirit of Christ
mat, by J. H- Jowett;
comas box edition, SOe
The Story Of the
Other Wise Man, by
Henry Van Dyke.SOc
The Lost Boy, by
Henry Van Dyke, BOc
Finding His Soul, by
Norman Duncan ...Me
The Anjrel and the
Star, by Ralph Connor,
The Hands of Esau,
by Margaret Deland,
I Come la ui ere our J
mi|Mi atork. N
Book Store I
201 N. Second St. I
who for several years was a verv ac
ti\e menvber of the societv, has for the
past two years been confine,l to hrr
room by ill health. On Thursday even
ing the society rendered a Christmas
program and presented Mrs. Urt with
a number of useful and pretty gifts.
Mrs. Ort greatly appreciated the visit.
A temperance meeting will be held
to morrow evening in the Church of the
'Brethren in Christ on West Bimpson
The youug people who have been ab
sent from the borough atteiu ' ig school
and college are arriving homo to spend
the Christinas vacation.
Mrs. T. ,T. Ferguson, of Silver
Spring, and Miss Ailsio Ewalt, of
Boguestown, were guests of Mrs. J. /,.
Prowell, West Main street, Thursday
Miss Hanuah Bucher was a visitor to
The Rev. Mr. Robb, of New King
ston, was the jjuest of the Rev. H. H.
Sharp at Trinity Lutheran parsonage
The thermometer was 22 above zero
at 6 o'clock this morning.
A protracted meeting will 'be inaugu
rated to-morrow evening 'by the Church
of the Brethren in the meeting house
on West Marble street. The meetings
will be in charge of the Rev. Mr. Engle,
Birthday Party for Mr. and Mtb. Flcish
Marysville, Dec. 19.—A birthday
party was hold Wednesday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Fleiali
er in honor of their daughter Ethel's
L. C. Wox spent Thursday in Mt.
Joy with Albert Zaepfel.
The Rev. T. B. Tyler, of Philadelphia,
is spending some time with friends in
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. .Heck, of Balti
more, spent Thursday with Mrs. Heck's
sister, 'Mrs. »M. C. Dick.
R. H. 'Holmes, of Enola, spent Thurs
day in town.
Mrs. P. M. Miller spent the week
visiting relatives in New Bloomfield.
Miss Helen Wise, teacher of music
at Shippensburg Normal school, is
spending her Christinas vacation at her
home on Dalhlien street.
Mrs. N. J, Robinson spent Tuesday
and Wednesday at Wormleysburg with
Mrs. S. W. Custer.
EEJEOT WAGE OFFER
Wilkes-Barre Trolley Employes Will
Stand By Original Demands
W-ilkes-Barrc, Dec. 19.—8y a vote
of 239 to 12, employes of the Wilkes-
Barre Railway Company at a meeting
early yesterday, rejected the offer of
General Manager Wright for a new
contract to start January 1.
The employes demand 8 cents" in
crease in w«g»s, increased pay for over
time and pay for the men on the extra
list who report daily, but get no work.
The company offered an increaso of 1
cent an hour for the first year and an.
additional eeait an hour far the next
two years. This offer was rejected a
week ago. The company agreed to
some slight concessions as a compro
mise offer. This latest offer was re