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e THE GLOBE OPEN EVENINGS THE GLOBE
An Interesting Pre-Christmas Sale
Another Large Purchase of
Ladies' and Misses' Coats jBR
Just received anotherlarge shipment of the most charming
coats of the season—samples of our best coat maker. Every
model a beauty—every one lined with satin—every desired fab
ric is here Zibelines, Chinchillas, English Tweeds. Elysian
Beavers, Boucles, Waffle Cloth, etc. Some beautifully trimmed
with fur. Values t<> $25 —to go at just one price,
$ 1 4MM
Th pCI r>he Ladies' Coat Dept.
1 lie VJIUUe, Second Floor V'
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
VANCE C. N'CORMICI TO
GIVE DANCE DECEMBER 26
Invitations to the Christmas Assembly
Are Issued To-day—The' Dansaut
for Benefit of Belief Fund Will Be
Held at the Country Club, January a
Formal invitations were issued this
morning for the Christmas assembly
»hich will he held Thursday evening,
December 31. The committee iu charge
includes Henry Blako Kent, Carl B. Ely,
Vance McCorniick.(Frank A. Bobbins,
Jr.. George Comstock, Jr., John Erlcsou
ami Henderson Gilbert.
Vance C. McCormick has issued invi
tations for a dinner dance Saturday
evening, December 2t>, at 7 o'clock, at
the Country Club.
Miss Louise Carney. Miss Helen Ham
mond, Miss Emily Bailey, Miss Sarah
Hastings. iMiss Frances Bailey and iMiss
Mary Williamson form the committee
ir. charge of a the' dansant which will
<>e given at the Country Club Saturday,
January 2, from 3 to 6 o'clock. The
atlair will be a subscription one. The
invitations say that the subscription
price will be one dollar, to include
refreshments. The proceeds will go to
the Home and War Relief general fund.
Many friends from this and otiher
.••ties will rail from 4 to t> at the Execu
tive Mansion, New Vear's Day, when
Sentiment, Love and Good Cheer are embodied in
Gifts of Flowers.
offers a surprisingly wide range of Gift Flowers in the form of
Blooming Plants Roses
Christmas Wreaths Christmas Baskets
Corsages Violets, Etc.
ARTISTIC BOUQUETS A SPECIALTY
Your selection of Flowers invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hildebrand
311 Walnut Street Opposite Capital Park
Bell Phone 912R
r Will Tkere B e A
V ictrola inY our Home This Christmas?
Consult our salesmen about style and priees. Store open evenings
until t hristmas.
Siller Piano Player
(f fos /fie j/u/nan 7oae/i
w Put it IN Plana ' 11,
Governor and Mrs. John K. Toner will
| hold an '"at home," their last BO'-inl
I function in this city.
(iTESTS AT SUNNY BROOK
Were Entertained By Mr, and Mrs.
Garman in Their New Home
Mr. and Mr?. Theodore G. Garman
entertained at their now home, Sunnyi
Brook Par in, the following gue»ts:
Misses Maibel Rudy, Bessie Holtz
man. Anna Davis, Helen Davis, Eli/.-
a'tveth Snavelv, Frances Snavelv, Es
telia Sweigart. Cora Conrad. Mary
Conrad. Elizabeth Eslinger, Ernva 1
Bowers, .lennie Eslinger, Mary Wit-,
man, Angeline Weaver, Irene Gar
man, Naomi Garman. Lillian Gar
man. Ethel Garman, Clara Seifert and
Marion Seit'ert, Carl Kimlermun,
John Shoemaker, Earl Sweigart. Har
per* Eslinger, Geor-.je Williamson,
Mervin Shirley, William Snavely. Hen
ry Turns, George StuUman, Ralph
Weber, Charles Witinan, Joseph Imes.
I.loyd Strayer. George Cunkle, George,
1.. Runlile, Walter Runkle, Guy Bow
ers, Boyd Kisner, Ralph Stutsman,
•lohii Conxud, Harvey Stutznian, Ed-;
ward K. I'ennyhaker, Spencer Grundon,
Chester Gamian, Theodore Garman,
Miles Seifert, I>r. Durham, Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Seifert, Andrew Reivhert.
Wrightsville, Dec 22.—'Miss Ethel
\l. Shenberger, of this place, and Rus
sell .1. Silger, of Bridgefon, N. J., were
married yesterday at the parsonage of
I Grace Evangelical church by the pastor, ,
i the Rev. J. b. Sones
HARRIS BURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22. 1914.
CIVIC CIB MEETING
J. Horace McFarland (lave an Inter
esting Talk Before Members
at Session Yesterday
•J. Horace Md'arland gave an inter
esting talk before the members of the
( ivic Club at their December meeting,
held yesterday afternoon in the John
Y. Bovd Memorial Hall, V. W. C. A.
Mrs. Imogen B. Oakley, of Philadel
phia, who was to have given one of her
'delightful talks on "Women's Clubs in
Japan. was unable to be present ow
ing to illness.
Mr. M.-lWland s|>oke on municipal
improvements, strongly advocating the
| establishment of the public convenience
station for the city. He also spoke bit
the recently passed shade tree ordi
i nance, which provides for a city fores
ter. The Civic (Jlub is especially in
| terested in the shade tree subject and
will eo-operate in every way possible in
J this work.
i Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones gave an in
teresting report of the efficiency con
ference held recently at the Capitol.
Miss Rachel Polleek, chairman of the
i municipal department, and Mrs. H.
! Lindley Hosford, of the educational de
partment. gave interesting reports.
The Civic Club will send its usual
boxes of warm clothing to Mt. Alto this
year, and any who can aid in this splen
] did -work, whether members of the Civ
ic Club or not, may send their contribu
tions to the chairman, Mrs. William
Henderson. 25 North Front street. She
will be at home to leteive them durirtg
I the week beginning January fourth.
' Warm woolen clothes are needed,
| sweaters, clothing, shawls for the worn
| en, overcoats for men, warm caps,
hoods, neck mufflers, underwear of all
| sizes and descriptions, the warmer the
better. Do not send all of your doth
' ing abroad: the tubercular poor need it
here at home as greatly this year as
ever—more, perhaps, than in some
j years, for the season promises to be ex-
I ceedinglv severe.
GUESTS AT CT. ANDREW'S
Members of St. Ann's P. E. Sunday
School Will Enjoy Christmas
Members ot' the Sunday school of
| St. Ann's Protestant Episcopal church,
1 Rutherford, will be special quests to-
I morrow evening at the Christinas fes
tival in St. Andrew's parish house,
j Nineteenth and Market streets.
St. Ann's church is a mission estab
lished several months ago at Ruther
j ford by .1. P. Braselmann. a lay reader
, of St. Andrew's parish. »'ho was askel
, by Bishop Darlington to undertake the
i Rutherford work. St. Andrew's hurch,
| in arranging for its general pari/n eele
rbration to-morrcir evening, invited the
j Rutherford members to come with Mr.
'Braselmann and enjoy the occasion.
The formal observance of Christmas
j tide opened to-dny in St. Andrew's pav
| isn wiien the svliool and kindergarten
i held a celebration this morning. Many
i parents and other relatives and friends
! of the ■ apils were present and were en
i rertained wvtih interesting programs. An
i illuminated Christinas tree in the cen
! tre of the assein'bly room was stripped
i at the ron.'l;>sioi) of the exercises, the
' ;>upils havinr; trimmed it with gifts
' which they harl made for their pa-ents.
i'OXCEKT IN FAHNESHKK HALL
1 Three Well Known Artists Rendered
First Program of Two Concerts
Lee Cronican, of Carlisle, a brilliant
j young pianist, who ha< won an en
[ viable professional position for him
| self in this, his second concert totir
, through New England* Canada and the
! Middle West, with Wilmot Goodwin,
the famous baritone of the .Vborn and
i Century Opera Companies, and Maurice
| Warner, violinist, and a former pupil
o.f Auer. gave the firs; cycle of their
concerts, in Fahnestock hall, last even
! in'g. The program included:
j Polonaise in E, Liszt, Mr. Cronican:
'"Morning," Speaks; "Forgotten,"
! Cowles; "Whistlin' Dannie,'' Lohr,
anil "The Heart Row'd Down," Balfe,
Wilmot Goodwin; Nocturne in D, Chop
in-Wilheln»j; "Moment Musical,"
Schubert-Kreisler, and "La Chasse,"
Cartier-Kreisler. Mr. Warner; three
.jester son'M, "The Jester's Bong,"
"Utyjer the Rose," and "Serenade,'"
Hantock "Vision Fugitive," from
"Herodiade," Massenet; "Dedica
tion." Franz, Wilmot Goodwin; Black
Key Etude, Op. 10 5, selected and
Valse in E minor, Choipin, MT. Cron
ican; selected, "Cralle Song," Grassi,
and " Za>pateado," Sarasate, Mr. War
ner; "Love Abiding," Jordan; "Mad
rigal," Harris; "Dr. McGinn." Lohr,
and "Sword of Ferrara," Billiard,
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mrs. D. 'R. Le'Kevre, of PittKbarjjli, is
tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. C. Books, 183 C Berryhill street.
Mies Mubel Shelle.v, 1931 Green
street, spent Mie week-end with friends
Emory Miller, 1421 Hunter street,
returned from Buffalo.
R. Randall Kiernan, 402 Hummel
street, will spent! the hoidays in Phila
.1. Wilbur Drawtbaugh. a student at
State College, is the guest of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. €. Drawibaugh,
1813 North street.
Albert Drake, Altoona, will spend
Christmas with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 'Benjamin Drake, 1422 State
'Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 'Bright, Phila
delphia, will spend the Yuletide sea
son wilh the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. i. W. lleinoehl, Cottage Hill,
returned from Baltimore and
Miss Lenora Ciruber, 926 North Third
street, returned from Shamokin.
Miss Elizabeth Bo'her, of the Phila
delphia School of Fine Arts, is spend
ing the holidays with her parents. Dr.
ntid Mrs. Boher, 401 North Second
Warren Hull, Gettysburg, is the guest
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
11. Hail, 14 20 North Sixth street.
Mr. and 'Mrs. 11. E. Shearer, 130 Lo
cust street, left yesterday for a visit to
the latter's parents at Ijock Haven.
Mrs. Edward U Fields. 1 4 11! State
street, returned from a visit to Altoona.
Miss Katlierine Andrews, a student
at Welleslev, is spending the vacation j
season with her parents at 1606 State
The Rev. Harry Ulrich, who is at-1
tending Princeton University, arrived
yesterday to spend the Christmas holi
days with his wife at the home of her
, a rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pastor,
1609 Green street.
Miss Annie Laurie Grove, Pliiladel-!
pliia, is the guest uf her niece, (Mrs.
v iiarles C. Steiner, SI 7 North Sixth
Mrs. W. K. llnrtzell. 542 Forrest street,
returned from a visit to Philadelphia.
Her son,. Frank Hartzell, Ellwyu, accom
panied her 'home to soend the holidays.
Ross Kimball. 422 South Thirteenth
street, will leave to-morrow for his
home at Connellsville to be t>he guest
of bis parents over Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Casscl, Mt. Joy, spent
the week-end with t'heir daughter. Mrs.
W. C. Zeidei's, 4 0 North Thirteenth
Henry I'ornwald, Washington, D. C.,
will arrive home to-morrow to spend
a fortnight with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Fornwald, 630 Verbeke
Porter Harris, a student at State Col
lege, is spending Christmas with his
parents, Mr. and iMrs. Donier Harris,
221 North Sevond street.
Kenneth Vernier, Lehigh College, is
spending 'Christinas with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Vernier, Cottage
Andrew Breekenridge. 422 Soutli
Thirteenth street, will spend Christmas
at Providence, R. L, with his parents.
Harry Harter returned to Philadel
phia aftei a visit with his parents, Mr.
ami 'Mrs. Anon Harter, 143 North Six
Miss Dorothy Wallower. a student
at the Km in. j Vviila.nl school, Troy, N.
Y., is the Christmas guiest of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 1. Wallower,
Front and Mac lay streets.
William Hurlock. Jr., a student at
Princeton University, Princeton, N. .1.,
is spending the Christmas vacation
with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. William
Spry Hurlock, 1719 North Front
Miss Eleanor Lindsay fitter, a stu
dent a<t the Mjirv Baldwin Seminary,
Staunton, Va„ is visiting in Philadel
phia, 011 her way home to spend the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. lieorge E. Btter, 209 Pine street.
James Hopkins Wieke.rsham, a stu
dent at Yale University, New Haven,
Conn., is the igiuest of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank B. Wiekershani.
Miss Marion Bell, a student at the
Cumberland Valley State Nornpil
?.'hool, Shippensburg, is spending her
( hristmas vacation with her friend,
Miss Mary Ross, 237 North street.
Miss Sara Helen MeOaleb, a stu
dent at Putnam Hall, Poughkeepsie,
N. Y., is spending the holidays at her
home, 128 \Ya inlit street.
John M -Ilhenny Smith, a senior at
Princeton University, will spend the
Christinas vaoatiou at his home here.
Arthur Eugene Fox, an instructor
at the U'ilnian Country School, at Bal
timore, is spending the vacation with
his father, Dr. John D. Fox, 212 Piue
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles 1.. Bailey, Jr.,
Charles L. Bailey, 111. and William
Bailev, Third and Mac lay streets, re
turned from a trip to Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mollitot, Jr.,
who are residing with Dr. Kobert Mof
fltt, 1705 North Front street, will
leave on Saturday for California,
where they will spend several months.
D. E. who lias been engaged in the Insurance and Real Estate
Business in this city for the past seven years, had his early training on a farm
and in the schools of Susquehanna township, Dauphin county, Pennsylvania.
Being familiar with farm life he fully realized the law that makes it necessary
to sow and keep on working if one ever expects to reap.
Not by gift of genius, but by persistent attention to business and efficient
service to his patrons he has built up a nice business and made a host of friends.
In order to perpetuate his policies of prompt anil efficient service to his ever
increasing patronage, he has entered into partnership with Ilarry E. Kough,
well known in Harrisburg, and Joe Kline, who is well known in Dauphin ami
The business will be conducted in the nume of "Kough, Brightbill & Kline,"
with offices at Sixth and Reilv streets.
For their announcement relative to 1915 calendars, see advertisement on
another page of this paper.
En route Mr. and Mrs. Moffitt will
stop at QiiH'innati, O.; San Antonia
ami Huston, Tex.
John V. W. Keymdera, Jr., a stmleut
at Princeton University, is spoil ding
the Christmas vacation with his par
ents, Mr. aaitl Mns. John V. W. Heyu-
William Crawford D tin lap, a senior
at Princeton University, is spending
the holidays with his parents, llr. and
Mrs. Edward E. Dunlap, 1507 North
Miss Isabel Mary Dunkle, a stu
dent at Syracuse University, is the
guest o.f her parent®, Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. l>uukle, Nineteenth and Derry
Kussell and William Toinlinson re
turned to Chiambersßurg al'ter a visit
with their mother, Mrs. William Toin
linson, 1619 Regina street.
Miss lrma Williams, 432 South Thir
teenth street, will s|>end several weeks
in Philadelphia the guest of Miss Lil
William Sheridan, 708 North Sixth
street, will spend Christmas in Phila
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zweibel and
son. 1828 Regina street, will spend
Christmas at Pottsville.
Miss Cora Swavne, 328 South Four
teenth street, will spend Christmas in
Mrs. Elizabeth Newcomer, of May
town. will sipend some time with Mrs,
Elizabeth Hantzman, 423 South Thir
Miss Mary Pass, 14 41 Berryhill
street, will go to St. Louis to spend
the holidays with her sister, Mrs. liar
Miss Helen Snyder, of Hahnemann
hospital, Philadelphia, is spending the
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Snyder, 2296 North Sixth street.
Mrs. Boyd Nesbit and daughter, Miss
Margaret Nesbit, 1111 Plum avenue,
returned from a week's visit to W©lls
Bruce Wells bong, a student at
Vale University, is spending Christ
mas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. hong, Front and Kelker streets.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L«. Cohen and son,
Milton, of Lewistown, are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Baturin, 600 State
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph CI aster and
daughter. Miss Clarabel, Second and
Briggs street, will spend the holidays
in New York.
Misses Rebecca and Celia Sluil
man, 1324 Susquehanna street, will
spend the Christmas holidays at Mt.
Miss Mary C. Baturin will visit
relatives at Mt. Carmel over Christ
Mrs. Anna King Berthel and Miss!
Opal Berthel, Mt. Pleasant, are holi
day guests of William Berthel, Jr.,
310 North Second street.
Aloysius McCallev, a student at Vil
la Nova, arrived to-day to spend the
holidays with his mother, James
B. McCallev, 931 North Third street.
John Q. Stewart, Jr., a student at '
Princeton University, is spending the]
vacation at his home, 1406 North
Mrs. Guy Alton Colt, 1011 North
Front street, is home from a several I
weeks' stay at Philadelphia.
Donald Wallace Carruthers, a senior
at Princeton University, will spend the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James B. Carruthers, 1350 State street.
Mrs. Joseph LeCompte, of the
Rodearniel apartments. North Third
street, has returned from Philadelphia.
Narvon, Dec. 22.—Miss Lillian M.
j Jones, of this place, and Martin M.
! Carvin, of Parkesburg, were married
;at the parsonage of Grace Lutheran
I church, barn-aster, by the pastor, the
Rev. Dr. Haupt. They were attended
l by Mrs. Anna Devibe and Mrs. Lena
I Mann, sisters of the bride. A reception
fc llowed. They will reside at Honev
Married at Lancaster
Lancaster, Dec. 22.—Miss Myrtle C.
I Varnell and Walter E. Fitzgerald, both
| of this place, were married yesterday by
I the Rev. Dr. Haupt, pastor of the Grace
' Lutheran Church, at the parsonage. A
| reception followed at the home of the
Miss Stella Risher to Wed
Marietta, Dec. 22. —The engagement
I of Miss Stella H. Risher, of East Done
! gal. and H. G. Wolgemuth, of near
j Mount Joy, was announced yesterday.
Meeting of Calvary Guild
At a meeting of the Guild of the
I Calvary Bpis»'o)val church, Camt> Hill,
| the following officers of the Women's
Auxiliary were elected:
Mrs. C. I. Bausher, president; Mrs.
1 W. R. W. Pound, vice president; .Mrs.
Stalev, secretary and treasurer. The
members in attendance at the meeting
were Mrs. G. W. Ensi'gm, Mrs. Charles
| S. Goodman, Mrs. C. I. Bausher, Mrs.
Sebert, Mrs. Pound, Mrs. F. Beecher
; and Mrs. Armstrong.
Holiday Guests of His Parents
Dr. Russell Small, o>f the faculty of
! the Evanston High school, is spending
' the Christmas holidays with his par-
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Sunall,
D. B. Brightbill
She Will Appreciate Anyone of These Gifts
Lust minute gift-buyers for mother, wife, sister, or grandmother will
find it host of attractive gift suggestions here, worthy in quality, and on
which there have been
Liberal Reductions in Prices
Extra Special—New Kimonos
A delayed shipment of kimonos has just been received. We have
concluded to offer them to last-minute gift seekers nl very special prices
to clean them out before Christmas.
$1.50 crepe kimonos in pretty lloral and other designs, nil /"|Q ,
$.">.00 silk kimonos, just seven in the lot, assorted £'J A
shades and patterns, while (hey last
Bath Robes Special Wednesday and Thursday
In order to close out our Christinas stock of eiderdown bath robes, we
offer you your choice of a variety of shades and patterns, values $4.00,
special Wednesdav and Thursday, while tliev | Ao
last .' .' I .yO
SILK PETTICOATS ] WAISTS
4>t> <u\ „| aj-| qk Crepe de chine waists, new inili
T—vdlllt ifl.oa tf|rv $r,.00 value, «••> Q6
*3.00 value $1.98
$5.1X1 value $2.98 $1.98 t„ $3.98
KXTRA SPECIAL—A timely pur Chiffon waists,
chase of handsome crepe de chine j q»rt qq . o»o qq
petticoats in pink and white, hand ! JpA.cjo TO jpo.ilo
somelv trimmed with llounces of]' '''"Xone. pique, messaline and
shadow and other fine lace; ST..9S to P ,l:iS . v willow silk waists,
st>.9B values. Special for gift- to $3.98
3epkt,rß $2.98 FURS
sOr value, all colors, .. . 39<* „ , to
«i i\ t \ r\. . ii i . Marabou Mulls,
SI.OO Onyx silk hose: all iliQ
diades SMf* Jpo.fln to JSU.JJfS
Black Fox Throws, Sjo QQ ....
pn A TC! U|)
K | iu . k |.- ox Muffs,
Plusli .oats, HI»
•C 1 fk QQ j. o»o,| nQ Sec the new barrel muff in Hi
TO tieriini Wolf fur, trimmed with
Astrakhan Coats, ...$1,0.98 $4.98 II))
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL XMAS
10 -12 South Fourth Street
Chestnut Street Dancing Hall
under the direction of
Prof. Alles, of Atlantic City, and Albert W. Buela,
Dancing on the opening night from S I" M. until 1 A. M.
Admission—Gentlemen, 25 cents; l.adies, 10 cents.
Three prizes will be awarded to the best dancers.
An exhibition of modern dancing will be ulven bv Prof. Alles' friends from
Professor Alles will liave'his studio open nt Chestnut street hall every
Wednesday, 1 hursday and Saturday afternoons from " until "> o'clock for
private instructions in all moderu dances. Instructionsnt moderate prices.
| This week dancing will also be conducted on Friday and Saturday evenings
from 8 to 11.30 o'clock.
Next week dancing will be conducted on Monday, Thursday and Saturday,
, hours the same as above. Music furnished by Morgan's Orchestra.
Co Ro BOAS Christmas Gifts
Scarf Pies Watches
Cuff Links Watch Chains
Pocket Knives Cigarette Cases
Key Chains, Silver Belt Buckles
Safety Match Cases, Stone Rings
214=2116 Market Street
| The Useful Gift IjJjPI
| Every Day In the Year
What will be more appreciated than i m
(tji Yes —we know lots of them are given
™ every year—there's a reason. Every- My
#\| body enjoys the ease and comfort they m/ • J
9)| afford—how handy they are at night or
in case of sickness. Every one in the
JH family ought to have a pair or two. In
[HJ malting up your list of gifts think of
Wj Slippers and you will score a hit every A MM\
|V You will find the largest stock—the V®
tyl greatest variety and the way-down low Y! J
Zj prices at this store. WCL Si
\2 Children's Slippers /
j? 50c* to
L Ladies' Slippers Li|
98£ to $1.50 O
ft Men's Slippers id SxjL rv
Jfl • to $1.98 |j KV 'A
•fj Special lot of Men's 50c j
JJ House Slippers at Oi/C L|p
\ Children's 45c rubbers 35^
I® Ladies' 50c rubbers, 39? IfJI flu
lb, Men's 75c rubbers, 50<* Ufj MLW
TO Oiir pcices on very best quality
| 20th Century Shoe Co. wOsjEd
ft "Shoes That Wear"
V* 7 SOUTH MARKET SQUARE ffigtff
Harry B. Kough