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OUR AFTER-CHRISTMAS SALE
IS A WINNER
The rain to-day checked it only slightly. Come to-morrow. The sale
will continue all week. Hundreds of COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, GOWNS,
WHITE NET DRESSES, WAISTS, FURS, etc., at bargain prices.
WITMER, BAIR & WITMER,
202 WALNUT STREET
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
MISS COE INTRODUCED TO
SOCIETY THIS ftFTERNOON
Makes Her Formal Bow at Tea and
Dinner Dance at the Home of Mrs.
William Henderson —State College
Alumni Hold Dance
Miss Dora Wickersham Coe, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Sanford
lie Witt Coe, is making her formal bow
to society to-day at a tea and dinner
dance given in her honor by Mrs. Wil
liam Henderson and Mrs. Santord De-
Witt Coe at the former's residence, 25
North Front street. Christmas greens,
pink roses and a profusion of beauti
ful 'bouquets sent to the debutante,
form the decorations.
Receiving with MTS. Henderson,
Mrs. Coe and Miss Coe, are Miss Lea
\ itte Wickersham, of Lancaster; Miss
Alice Teackle Wallis, Miss Mary Eliz
abeth Meyers. Miss Louise Carney,
Miss Eleanor Neal Clark, Miss Kathe
rine fitter and Miss Constance Ferri
Mrs. John Kinley Tener. Mrs. J. V.
W. Reynders, Mrs. Harold Wickersham,
of Lancaster, and Mrs. Harry Calvert,
of Pittsburgh, are pouring tea, assist
ed by Mrs. James Irwin Baker, of Lan
caster; Mrs. Wickersham Crawford
and Miss Crawford, of Philadelphia;
Mrs. John Wickersham, of Lancaster;
Miss Alberta Weber, of New York;
Miss Josephine Gloniger, of Lebanon;
Miss Margaret Kennedy, of Chamibers
burg; Miss Harriet Nauinan, of Lan
caster; Miss Montandon Xorris, of St.
Joseph, Mo.; Miss Elizabeth Peale, of
New York; Miss Margaret Staekipole,
Miss Elizabeth Bailey, Miss Mary
S]>onsler, Miss Mary Calder Mitchell,
Miss Virginia Hargest King, Miss Sus
anna Fleming, Miss Margaretta Flem
ing, Miss Frances Bailey, Miss Emily
Bailey, Miss Helen Hammond, Miss
Eleanor Darlington, Miss Myrvinne
Leason, Miss Sarah Hastings, Miss
Mary Williamson, Miss Emnialine
Wright and Miss Marv Elizabeth Det
The guests for the dinner dance to
follow the tea will include those who
assisted during the afternoon and the
following men: Governor John K. Ten
er. W. J. Bryson, of Chicago; Harold
Wickersham, of Lancaster; John Wick
ersham, of Lancaster; J. K. Wicker
sham Crawford, of Philadelphia; J. V.
W. Reynders. Frank D. Oainey, Harry
Calvert, of Pittsburgh; Dr. George R.
Moffitt, George Kunkel, Jr., John Eric
sson. William" Calder, Jr., Richard Gif
ford, Thomas Baldwin, Mr. Lindemuth,
Spencer Nauman, of Lancaster; Win
slow Williams, Mr. Redus, Ehrman B.
Mitchell, Jr., Henry M. Gross, Edward
J. Stackpole, Jr., Albert Stackpole,
John Herman, Herbert Wallower,
Archibald Knisely, Richard Kni'bloe,
John Magoun, .1. A". W. Reynders, .Jr.,
Vance C. McCormick, David Fleming,
Ceorge Shotwell, Robert McCreath and
In Honor of Misses Stamm's Guests
Members of the younger set are en
joying the many delightful affairs giv
en by the Misses Stamm, daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Carson Stamm, for
their twelve house guests. The dance
Inst evening at the Harrisburg Country
Club was a delightful affair and the
beginning of a round of gayeties that
will continue throughout the week. This
evening Mr. and Mrs. Stamm will chap
erone the voting people on a sleighing
party to Fishing Creek Valley stopping
on the way back at the Colonial Coun
try Club where supper and dancing will
be enjoyed. To-morrow evening they
will chaperone a theatre party of six
teen at the Orpheum and on Thursday
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S. S. Guiana and other Steamers
every fortnight for St. Thomas, St.
Croix, St. Kitts, Antiqua, Guadeloupe,
Dominica, Martinique, St. Lucia, Bar
bados, and Demerara.
l'or full information npply A. E.
OI TKR Bit I DC* K »V CO., Aftentn Quebec
>. S. Co.. Mtl., 2l> ilromUvHj, York,
or nn.v Ticket Agent.
from New York to the
HAVANA a ? n d c p X ts
Savings Thursdays and Saturdays.
Weekly service from New York and
direct connections with Havana.
Separate or combined tours of 10 and
23 daya, $70.00 and up. Steamers built
I? America and saiiing under American
Flsg. Excellent service, spacious pas
senger quarters. Booklets, rates and
schedules will be promptly supplied on
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GENERAL OFFICES. Pisr 14. E. 1., N. T.
Or any Railroad Ticket Office or
Authorized Tourist Agency
evening the Misses Stamm will enter
tain at an informal dance and New
Year's Ere party, playing old-fashioned
games and dancing until the New Year
Miss Ensmlnger to Entertain
Miss Grace Kiisimngef will entertain
at cards this evening at her home, Sec
ond and Chestnut streets, in compli
ment to Mrs. Thomas Allen Bayard, of
Canada, and Miss Maude Smith, of
New York. The rooms will be prettily
decorated with Christmas greens, small
evergreens and poinsettias predominat
ing. Luncheon will be serve! at small
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar G. Wickersham,
2841 North Front street, have issued
invitations l'or a dance at their homo
Thursday evening, in compliment to
their house guest, Mrs. Harry A. Avers,
State College Grads Dance
Winterdale ha" was prettily decorat
ed with college Hags, colored lights and
evergreen trees lor the fifth annual
dance of the Harrisburg Club of Penn
sylvania State College, held last even
ing. Loeser's orchestra played for the
Among the guests were Miss Marie
McCalley, Miss Beaciice Shearer, Miss
Marie Melville, Miss Annie Nissley,
Miss Gertrude Berry, Miss Charlotte
Kister, Miss Esther Adams, Miss Helen
Vener, Miss Blanche La Fever, Miss
Anna Bacon, Miss Louise Fisher, Miss
Dorothy Spicer, Miss Ruth Erb, Miss
Esther Shope Miss Katherine Keller,
Miss Katherine McCloskey, Miss Helen
Rinkenbach, Miss Edith A. Troup, Miss
Dorothy Chubbeck, Miss Olive Singlev,
Miss Frank E Rice, Miss Emeline
Stevens, Miss Joyce. Hlen Jones, Miss
Margaret Hoffman, Miss Helen Gerdes>
| Miss Margaret Wilson, Miss Myrtle A.
Dornbach, Miss Grace Ramer, Miss
l Katherine Jackson, Miss Middleton.
( Miss Carrie Tunis, Miss Eieanor Cope
| lin, Miss Mary Cunimings. Miss Elsie
: Evans. Miss Irma Bird, Miss Alice lie
j Compte. Miss Carrie Reily, Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Cumbler.
Dr. J. C Reed, George F. Wiegfield,
Dr. Gilbert L. Dailey, C. R. Denny, C.
L. E. Dunmover, G. R. Windsor, Benja
min F. Brandt, C. B. Shelley, C. L.
Miller, W. Kennedy, B. Horner Enger.
R. E. Hoffer, Samuel Rail, Robert
Hutchison, R. L. Hoffman, W. P. Rick
ert, F. 8. E. Randall, A. Earl
Fiser. C. L. Rice, F. L. Spooner, J. G.
Swartz, Clarence E. Zorger, Edgar
Clark, E. L. Rinkenbach, Ralph Hutch
ison, Stewart Kishpaugh, William Kish
paugli, A. E. Fisher, W. H. Johnston,
C. B. Patterson, Carl R. Denny. J. 0.
Handshaw, N. G. Book, F. B. Wicker
sham, C. F. Coleman, W. P. Rickert,
Vance C. McCormick. B. H. Engle, Rob
ert Rinkenbach, Harry R. Leonard,
James Mcßeiley, Edward P. Keifer, J.
R. Holl, H. D. Buckwalter, Albert
Rhoades, Mr. Raiber. G. 1,. Reinert, F.
L. Benedict. David H. Witmer, Jr.. P.
E. R. E. Hoffer, Dr. F. E.
Bowman, E. C. Opperman, Harold
Clark, E. R. Kulp, G -orge N. Williams
C. B. Dowd, O. H. Gipple. Leo A. De-
Lone, J. F. Snyder, J. E. Donmoyer,
Thomas Johnson. S. M. Middleton, Ed
ward Kerper. Josepn Snyder, Ned Rink
enbach, Mr. Coleman.
MR. AND MRS. FROELICH HOSTS
Entertained at Dinner in Compliment
to Mr. and Mrs. Shellehamer
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman W. Froelich
entertained at dinner on Christmas
Day in compliment to Mr. and Mrs.
Harry B. Shellehamer. who were mar
ried December 18 at the parsonage of
the Pine Street Presbyterian church by
the Rev. Dr. liewis Seymour Mudge.
Mrs. Shellehamer prior to her mar
riage was Miss Mary I. Laskey, a
trained nurse of this city. She was a
graduate of Chautauqua School of
Training, Jamestown, N. Y., and of the
Worchester Hospital, Worchester, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Shellehamer will re
side at 2029 North Cameron street.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS PARTY
Mrs. Clayton A. Smucker Gave an "At
Home" to Members of Class
Mi's. Clayton Albert Smucker, 1311
Vernon street, gave her Sunday school
class a party last evening iu her home.
Fifty-two of the one hundred members
attended. New officers for the year,
1915, were elected. The program of
the evening was crowded with good
The members had a very happy sur
prise for the class teacher, in the form
of a loving gift. The outlook for the
New Year in this big Sunday school
class is very bright and full of vic
Abbeyville, Dec. 29.—Miss Mamie
Wilson and Leroy Anderson, of Smith
viUe, were married yesterday at the
home of the bride by the Rev. Charles
Steward, pastor of the Mount Joy
Methodist church. They were attended
by James Wilson, Miss Stella Navercs
and Miss Ruth Yellets. A reception fol
lowed the ceremony.
Married by the Rev. Dr. Meminger
Ronk's Station, Dec. 29.—Miss
Minnie C. Haldcman, of this place, and
William H. Althouse, were married
yesterday by the Rev. Dr. Meminger,
at the parsonage of the Faith Reform
ed church, Lancaster. The ring cere
mony was used. A reception follow
Married at Columbia
Columbia, Dec. 29.—Miss Bessie
Kuhns was married yesterday to
Charles E. Barrimger, of near Marietta,
by the Rev. Joseph Daugherty, pastor
of the United Brethren church.
FTARKTSBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT; TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, 1914.
ALRICKS CLUB TO MEET
Christmas Program to Be a Feature
of Meeting To-morrow
Christmas festivities will feature
the monthly social meeting of the Al
ricks Association to-morrow evening
in St. Andrew's parish house, Nine
teenth and Market streets.
The executive committee is arrang
ing a general Christmas program, the i
feature of which will be a paper by the
Rev. James F. Bullitt oil "The De
velopment and Religious Significance
of Christmas." This is the historical
study of the Christmas festival which
the Rev. Mr. Bullitt last year prepar
ed and read before the Ministers' As
sociation of the city.
Other items on to-morrow's program
will include laritern slides, illustrated
hymns, etc. Refreshments will be serv
ed at the close of the meeting.
WILL HOLD NEW YEAR'S PARTY
Members of Class Taught by Mrs. E.
F. Doehne Will Be Hostess
The class in St. Andrew's Protest
ant Episcopal Sunday school taught
by Mrs. Edward F. Uoehne, will hold
a New Year's party in St. Andrew's
parish house, Nineteenth and Market
streets, next Saturday evening. The
proceeds will be for the benefit of the
Sunday school piano fund.
No set program has been arranged,
but amusements will be provided for
all wiio attend. Refreshments wili be
Entertained for Baltimore Guest
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shook enter
tained the following guests at dinner
at their home in compliment to their
house guest, Mrs. Edward Touhey, of
Baltimore, Md.: Mrs. Edward Touhev,
rs. Lillie Ryder, Mr. and Mrs. A. i)
R(Adman, Jr., A. D. Redman, John
Smith, Charles Shook. Miss Lillian
Saul, Miss Sarah Soul, Miss Lillie
Shook and Mr. and Mrs. John Shook.
Will Hold a Masquerade Social
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Christian church al Lemoyne will hold
a masquerade social on Thursday even
ing at 8 o'clock IU Witman's hall.
1 I'nzes will be awarded for the b st
costumes and an interesting program
has been arranged
Dr. and Mrs. Smucker Entertain
Dr. and Mrs. Clayton Albert Smuck
er, 1311 Vernon street, will entertain
this evening at their home, the mem
bers of the church choir and the male
chorus of the Stevens Memorial Meth
odist Episcopal cliurch, their husbands,
wives and sweethearts.
Paradise, Dec. 29.—Miss Barbara
Reickerd, of this place, arid Milton
Mowrer, were married yesterday by
the Rev. Dr. Hairpt, of Grace Lutheran
Division of Profits at Hershey
Lebanon, Dec. 29. —The Ilershev
Chocolate Company, of Hershey, New
Year 's Day will make its usual'annual
division ol profits with its emploves.
Milton S. Iferphev, the well known
founder of Hershey and millionaire,
for some years lias been giving each
employe one-tenth of his annual salary
at New Year's time.
Oldest Active Jail Warden
Lebanon, Dec. 29.—Samuel B. Traf
ford, of this city, has, perhaps, the
honor of being the oldest jail warden in
Pennsylvania Yesterday lie rolled out
his seventy-fifth milestone in life. He
has served for about twelve years as
warden at the Lebanon county jail.
It is IMPORTANT that you should
have your eyes scientifically tested if
you suspect there is anything wrong
It is IMPORTANT that you give
them attention at once, before serious
It is IMPORTANT that your glasses
should be accurately fitted to remedy
the trouble, if any.
It is IMPORTANT that you should
not trust the fate of your eyes to any
one but an eyesight specialist of rec
ognized ability and integrity. The hope
of saving a dollar may prove costly in
the loug run.
It is IMPORTANT that you should
have new glasses if the ones you are
wearing do not seem to be jiist right.
I have fitted 20,000 eyes in Har
risburg and vicinity with glasses.
I guarantee satisfaction and my
prices are as reasonable as you can get
reliable service for anywhere.
With H. C. Claster, ;!<>!£ Market St.
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Vlr. and Mrs. Harry Goldsmith, of
New York City, are spending several
days with Mr. and Mrs. B. Handler,
1219 North Second street, en route to
Florida, where they will spend the
Mrs. S. M. Gilman, 141 North Thir
tefnth street, has returned from Phila"
delphia, where she spent the holidays
with Mrs. Charles Imbrie Kent, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs O. Landis Rudy, who
sptnt the Christmas season with their
daughter, Mrs. Charles Imbrie Kent, Jr.,
at Philadelphia, have returned to this
city, where they are spending the win
ter with Mrs. 8. M. Gilman, 141 North
I Thirteenth street.
Robert Arnold, Of Pittsburgh, left
last night for his home after spending
the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Lura
Arnold, 313 Blackberry street.
Mrs. Helen Reed-Alexander and
brother William, of Philadelphia, are
spending the holidays with their sis
ter, Miss Marv Reed, of Herr street.
Harry Norwood, of North street, has
i returned from a visit to Now York.
Miss Helen Wall, 27 North Fifteenth
street, left yesterday for a week's visit
with 'Miss Rhe'a Basch, in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Annie Douglars, of Philadelphia,
is the guest of her son, Robert Douglass,
1840 Regina street.
Raymond T. McCann, Uni
versity, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
James McCann, 512 Rate street.
Miss Sara E. Mardorf, 116 Vine
street, is the guest of relatives in Bed
ford and Cumberland, Md.
J. Russell Graham, of Philadelphia
School of Pharmacy, is the guest of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Graham, 98
Miss Ruth Baker, of Lemoyne, return
ed from Greenwich, N. C., after a four
months visit with relatives.
John Newton McCulloch, Jr., 23
South Third street, has gone to Rich
mond. Va., to spend the rest of his
Dr. Robert Parvin Williams has re
turned to Cincinnati after spending thlo
week with his parents, Captain and Mrs.
Robert C. Williams, 1616 North Second
Miss Ruth McCulloch, of Port Royal,
i is the guest of Miss* e-lla K. McCul
j.ioeh, 1202 North Second street.
David Rittcnhouse Shotwell, 1613
i North Front street, is spending several
I days at York.
-Miss Mary Gurney, of Poughkeepsie,
| N. Y„ returned homo to-day afier spend-
I iug a week with Miss Arta Williams,
1 1616 North Second street.
Miss Margaret Walker, of Philadel
! phia, is visiting Miss Ellen K. MctCul
; io<*h, 1202 North Second street.
Linn Wheeler Barr. of Reading, lias
I returned home after a holiday visit
with iiis parents, Mr. anil Mrs. S. A. D.
Barr. 262 Herr street.
Mrs. Annetta McCahan, 2300 North
' Sixth street, is home from a visit with
I her daughter at Carlisle.
I William Miller, of Philadelphia, has
: returned home after a visit with his
j parents. Mr. and Mrs C. Miller, 425
I Verbeke street.
i Miss Martha Xeise, 15 North Fif
teenth streel. is the guest of relatives
in Washington, D. C., and will remain
for the New Year.
Miss Maud FettePhoff. 1601 Zarker
street, is visiting in Williamsport with
Miss Mary Glass, 4 0 North Seven
teenth street, is the guest of relatives
! in Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Roy S. Diller and son, Donald,
| 1909 Green street, returned from Bal
j Dr. Shelvey and daughter. Miss
[ Helen, of West Chester, are holiday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hefl'elfinger, 48
| North Seventeenth street.
! Mrs. Campbell an I daughter. Miss
! Elinor, ot' Miliersburg, are guests of
! Mr. anil Mrs. Jacob Shuemaker, 23
' North Fifteenth street.
Gerald Moyer, who is attending
school in Baltimore, arrived home yes
terday to spend two weeks with his
j j areuts. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moyer, 402
I Crescent street.
'Mrs. Francis E. Bo'b, Cres
cent street, has returned from a visit
I to Carlisle.
Mrs. S. Walter Dolfman relumed to
her home in Philadelphia after a week
i end visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Logan, 1120 Green street.
Prof, and Mrs. Cecil A. Ewing and
daughter, Miss Edith Muriel Ewing, of
I Port Deposit. Maryland, left yesterday
i for a visit to Carlisle after spending
i a few days with Mr. Swing's parents,
Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Ewing, 1500 North
Melvin Parks, of Colver, returned
j to-dav after a visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Parks, 1342 Nortli
; Sixth street.
Mrs. George S. McGowan, 220 Emer
ald street, ,aiid M'iss Mary Y. Mcßev
nolds, 201 State street, have been
called to Philadelphia on account of
the death of their brother, Andrew J.
j Me Reynolds.
Mrs. H. Herman and daughter. Miss
j lua Herman, of Readiug, have returned
j home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. D. Barr, 262 Herr street.
Miss Mary Hoover, of Philadelphia,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary
j Hoover, 224 South street.
Miss Vera Opal MeCans has re
j turned to her home, 36 North Eight
| eenth street, after spending the Christ
| mas holidays with friends and rela
tives in Shippensburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Cieorge J. Danner
| have returned to their home, 36 North
' Eighteenth street, after spending the
I Christmas holidays with friends and
| relatives in Gettysburg and Bigler-
Paul Deck, 1348 Vernon street, re
turned from Palmyra.
Mrs. Emma Muir, of Port. Jervis, N.
, Y„ is spending the holidays with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles 8011, 2029 North
Miss Estelle Smith, 2350 Ellerslie
street, returned home from Philadel
phia and Atlantic City.
W. Ross Kimball, 422 South Thir
teenth street, returned from Connells
| ville, after spe'nding Christmas with
j his parents.
Karl and Jack Waidlick, 1429 Kit
| tatinny street, have returned from Mer
Miss Alice Ellen Me. K. Choate,
! State street, returned from Altoona
after spending Christmas with her par
R. Randall Kiernan, 432 Hummel
street, returned frotn Philadelphia.
Miss Mae Hope, 1641 Market street,
returned from Girardville, after a holi
day visit with, relatives.
I Mrs. Irdman Perrine, of Philadelphia,
is the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Philip Rudolph, 221 Emerald street.
Miss Laura Hetr.el, of Lewisburg,
is spending the holidays with Mrs. J.
W. Walze, 1803 North Second street.
Miss Yohe has returned to her home
in Chambergburg after a visit with
Mrs. William Tomlinson, 1619 Regina
Mrs. Elizabeth Newcomer, of May
town, is the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
Elizabeth Hant/.man, 422 South Thir
Roy Herst, 1417 Berrvhill street,
returned from Lewistown after a visit
with his parents.
Miss Marv Cleveland Kulp, 1404
North Second street, has returned from
Mr. and Mrs. William Binklev, 1626
barker street, returned from Lancas
ter, where they spent a fortnight with
Mr. and Mrs. John Whistler and
sou, Charles Whistler, 322 South Thir
teenth street, are home from Shire
Elmer Ehlcr, 1923 (ireen street, re
turned from New York, where he was
the guest of relatives.
Miss Margaret Huling, of Williams
port. is the guest of Miss Katherine
Leas. 320 South Thirteenth street.
Harry Harter returned to Philadel
phia after a visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mfs. Aaron Harter, 49 North
William Henderson, 2000 Green
street, has returned after a business
trip to Philadelphia.
J. C. Buck waiter, of the Public
Service Commission, has returned from
Royersford after spending the holidays
with his parents.
Miss Anne Moran, 1111 Green
street, has returned from Carbondalo
after spending Christinas with her
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Shreiner. 1624
Zarker street, returned from Lancaster
after spending n week with relatives.
Y . in. c A. BTBLE CONFERENCE
WILL STARTJOT SUNDRY
Great Interest Centers in the Big Event
to Be Held From January to
10 in Fahnestock Hall—Dr. Scofield
Will Be in Charge /
The annual Bible conference under
the auspice! of the Young Men's Chris
tian Association, which will be held
I January 3 to 10 in Palhnestoek hall, is
I bound to be one of the religious events
' of the season. The fact of the engage
ment of that notable teacher, Dr. C. I.
Scofield, and his most excellent snb-
I ject to be continued throughout the
! week, "Prom Genesis to Revelation,''
a panoramic view of the Bible, illus
trated by charts, has stirred up unusual
interest. Dr. Scofield is a great favorite
! in this city with both the clergy and
the laity; this because pf the fuct that
; lie is a great Bible teacher, and not
the least part of his greatness lies in
the fact of his beautiful simplicity in
i imparting his knowledge to his hearers.
[ Dr. Scofield will occupy the pulpit,
j of the Fourth Street Church of God
ion Sunday morning at 10.30 o'clock.
The first session of the conference open
to the public, both men and women, will
be helii in Fahnestock hall Sunday aft
ernoon at 3.30 o'clock. During the
week meetings will be held in Kalhue
stock hall every night at 7.4 5 o'clock
I except Tuesday, and that of Tuesday
! will be lipid in Grace Methodist Kyis-
I copal church. State street, at the same
I hour; Fahnestock hall having been en
gaged by the Harrisburg Choral Society
! for this date.
On Sunday morning, January 10. Dr.
; Scofield will occupy the pulpit of Grace
I Metiiodist Episcopal church, and the
closing session of tfhe conference will
be held in Fahnestock hall Sunday aft
ernoon at 3.30 o'clock.
Everything now points to the fact
that this will be one of the greatest
Bible conferences ever held under as
sociation auspices since their commence
ment twenty-four years ago.
New Discoveries About Stars
A popula- account of some recent,
important advances in the astronomy of
the stars will be given to-night at 8
o'clock at the December meeting of the
astronomical section of the Natural
History Society in the Willard school
building. The speaker will be John
Stewart. Jr., of this city, now a senior
at Princeton Univ -rsitv, arid his sub
ject will be "Some New Discoveries
About, the Stars." The talk will be
illustrated and open to the public.
Lebanon Officials Will Be Heje
Lebanon, Dec. 29. —Members of
Lebanon's City Council and City Clerk
Daniel M. Sharp, will go to Harris
burg to-morrow to attend the special
meeting of the League of the Third
Class Cities. The delegation will in
clude Councilmen Edwin U. Sowers,
James E. Fisher, George T. Spang,
George F. Krause and probably May
or Longenecker, and City Solicitor
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' Wednesday, Dec. 30th gf
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■»■ T ii n .i Crepe tie Chine, ttonnti 1 u 11v ■
j|l Jersey Top, all silk. the Pl , lbr oi.i..rc.i. soils everywt,f&J
fcg kind you pay elsewhere for $".oo. Positively t<> mor- si
H $3.00, row only,
[Ti SIA9 $1.89 H
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53 - Suits Coats ni
rq Velvet Broadcloth and M
Serges, till trinilliou, Litest thin season's styles; all sizes. Bs
|jj in fashion. The kind you Bolted ami flare bottom. Von I jj|
IJi cannot buv anywhere under can't duplicate them under aJfii
ill $30.00, » 25 - 00 -
B $15.99 |
m Coats Suits |yf
&SI f Serges. Po;'ics. Corduroys, Li
171 1& 0 ( oals, consisting oi Gaberdines urn! nil other ma jr;"*
11| Zihelines, Chinchillas, Mix- tenuis; Skinnor's satin lined; .-ill B
r=| tures, etc., thai sold Up to this season's styles; |,.u;; or
La $i j.oo, sh ° rt i'! 1 siz,,s - e T . 1,,,w La
E ' suits have soi l 111 >lo $2.i.00 SSffl
<L 9 fIQ and are worth it. J'J
£, »\J ,/ To-inorrow only, IU
121 It is worth that much if €£ JJQ '
you don't need any. 4?<J£
| ALL DAY SALE |
li Sweaters Furs C ™ E S N ' S H
Hlianil made, all Nels worth up to from uto fi years. E*H
V'ool, larjje atnf small $10.0(1 and SK>.OO. Vol\ets. ( hinciiillas, Ua
~ , ~ ... . Broadcloths and for- IKb
j«*sj sizcs - a " '-"lors; lositnely to-moriow (Jllrov st! | li|)} , SS
MB worth up to $ll.OO, only, $5.00, ,j
| $1.19 54.99 g
□ ■ GlEEClflSl ■ BE ■■
VMUSEMENTS I AMUSEMENTS
NKW YEAR'S EVENING—ONE CONCERT ONI.Y
in THK I'AMO! S IIAItITONE
AMKRIC.rs (iHKATKST SI\(.MH
PRICKS) -•"><•, fiOc, 7fic nml sl,llO SKATS TO-MORROW 'J
Saturday, Matinee and Night, January 2
Triumphant Return. Direct from the Ailetphla Theatre, l*liilu<lcl|ihia,
THE l»L A Y \\ ITH \ IM N4 'II
'l'lic \ ilnl anil Vl* i«l Drama of New York l.lfe
h.v llroadhurat »m! \hruliam Srhouier, with
nml the lliu I II) ( oni|iiiny Wlilcb Supimrlcil Him
In New Vork, Ronton mill rbllnili>l|iltin
PRlCKS*—Matinee, 23c, 30c. 73c nml *I.OO. HvrnliiK. .r.e, fine, 75c. mi.nil mill SI.SU
*!!¥,. £°!l 0 " Hotel Turnover
llarrlMliurK Kver Saw
ANI) \N EXCIOI.I.ENT SHOW
Keane & Window n - n * n*
Direct fro... VV. Winter Htmlc. Q|g JJ Q|J|] | \ otOTB
!!?si?5 ine To-morrow Night
Children'* l*arl> on the Stage
\\ eilnrmlny Aftnnonn In llouor of IXIVT «IXS THIS SHOW
Mnrlr nml H»r l.ltdc Partner, Klnn- „ n ,| lf S)| (hp
ilon Brown. Country storr.
CAMIM nml A <.OOI» TIMK FOR Al.l. \ HAItRBI. Of IT X
Doesn't Like Water
Mrs. (irogan (chatting with neigh
bor) —I had this waist dry cleaned last I
week all' now it's as good as new.!
ljitilc Johnny Grojjan—Ma, kin t'hey !
clean faces that way?—l'uck.
Artistic Printing at Star-Independent 1
THE HOW it—2-nrt l.llhlll
THE HATE THAT WITIIKHS—S-ai'i
TWO POI'-ll» KMI I,US—S. A A
| THK K(iU'H\N —\|ta.
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