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"The Quality Store"
For To-morrow Only
Our usual Friday attractions will occur this week on
Thursday, to-morrow, owing to the fact that this store
is closed Friday, New Year's Day.
Ladies' Black Astrakhan Coats Ktx»o Bleached Seamless Sheet*.
—lined throughout—beautiful mod hand torn, mr.de with ;»-ineh hems—
els—exceptions! values at $lO Stir splendid quality sheeting—worth
cial for Thursday at $6.98 KOc ' SP**' Bl for Thursday at
Ladies' Dress Skirts in Na»*y Short lengths of ail our test qual-
Blue and Black Serge—aU late il s' Prints in black, gray, blue and
ftyles—unusual values at $5.00 and !1 S ht colors. Special for Thursday
S«>.."o. Special for Thursdav at a y® r< *
ONE-HALF PRICE. Extra charge *
for alterations. -BEACON" Conuortablea slightly
_ .. I, ~ ——■ soiled from handling during the Hoi-
Ladies Messs.ine Petticoats—iu iday rush—colors absolutely fast—
a variety of beautiful shr.def—regu- perfect in every way—only a few
l'rly SI.!W. Special for Th"r- 0 f them. Special for Thursday—
<"ay at kinds for. each, gf)
-T7! $8.»8 kinds for. each, C'> TO
Oue Old Rose Eiderdown Bath t«'
Robe—size 34. worth 95.00. Soe
cial for Thursday at ... CO "A Turkish Towels, individual sue—
- t extra nice quality—plain white and
One Red Eiderdown Bath Robe— with colored borders —l.Tc quality,
size ;!H worth Special for Special for Thursday at. each, 11 />
Thursday at •' •'sl 75
_ . _.T~T _ _ Extra large gray Cotton Blankets,
Fed Eiderdown Dressing Sacques vrith neat pretty colored borders—
aU su.-ul sires—nicely made— perfect iu every way; Sl.:st» qual
regularly special for Thurs- ity. Special for Thursday at. the
dRy at V 75c pa* $1.19
Flannelette Kimonos all well Brocaded Silk Petticoats with deep
covered low necks and pleated flounce and trimmed with
short sleeves—some in Empire style, neat r in tucks and ruffle—iu dark
««**»» P" 1 . 85, — blue and green only—regular SI.OO
values at S9c quality. Special for Thursday at,
81.00 values at 69 C Mcl1 ' 75f
Four 9xl '2 Body Brussels Rugs 61-inch Mercerized Table Damasks
very highest grade—every one per in hal - 3 dozen good patterns—*»oc
feet and worth $27.50 easily. Sue value. Special for Thursday at,
cial for Thursday at . . Qg * yard 29^
Mission-finished Oak Taborets, Men's and Boys' Bath Robes will
well made and perfect in every re- l,< <"losed out Thursday at just ONE
soect—regularly SI.(MI. Special for HALF PRICE.
Thursday at r.A.
OUC WARNER'S and SPIRABONE
~ "7 T~ Corsets in nearly all sizes—sell reg-
Silkoune of the very best quality ularly for St.so. Special for Thnrs
—excellent for comforts, screen dav at ...
filling, etc.—figured or plain— *
worth 12 l jC. Special for Thursday
at, per yard Ladies' Black Silk Lisle Hose that
have slight imperfections which are
e. , " ~ 7~r _ scarcely noticeable—;»7*ic and 50c
/ ° f , Flu " ed ° t ak — qualities. Special for Thursdav at.
only .$ of these left. Special for a pair. nri
$8.50 value at ei o; . .. , —zzr~, —*
Ladies White and Gray Knit
$4.iM) value at §2 00 Skirts that seil regularly for UWc.
«M.OO value at SI 50 Special for Tlllu ' sday at ' * ach '25r
ii», _„,T|ZrrT" ~. , , _ Ladies' —"> c and 50c flare and roll
t ' T unbleached Can Cellars made of organdie and Swiss
ild thtk ii w r ! <!» f " —slightly mussed snd soiled from
gocd tluck fleece. Special for Thurs- handling. Special for Thursdav at
> at ' * >ard t C ONE-HALF PRICE.
Good serviceable Apron Gingham. our Holiday Novelties, such
fast colors, iu all the staple checks, a 5. rass S°ods. smokers' articles,
worth Tc. Special for Thursdav at Pictures, baskets, picture
a vard '-• frames, etc.. will be sold Thursday
OC* at ONE HALF PRICE.
L. W. COOK
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S OCIA L and
DANCE FAR MISS CAE IS
It Will Be Given at the Harrisburg
Country Club by the Parents of the
Debutante —Mrs. Meade D. Det
weiier Gives Luncheon
Mr. an,l Mr.-. Sanford DeWitt Coe
\v i> ; vo a Christmastide danee at the
I'-irrisburg i omit: v Club this evening,
• «i:ii;>r.iiuvitarv to their slaughter. Mi--
Dor;> W kersham < oc. who was formal-
It- introduced to society at a tea
i\en at the home of Mrs. William
HecJers. n yesterday afternoon, an.i her
. mse -'nests, Mis- L«eavitte Wicker
siam. o - Uui lister; Miss Alberta Web
<t. of New York, sad Miss Josephine
tyoniger. of Lebanon. The elub house
ba.- been beautifully decorated with
s nail o\ersreens. holly. needle pine
Revok ing with Mr. and Mrs. Toe and
Miss v oe n.l be M -s Alberta Weber.
Miss Josephine Gloniger, Miss
Wiekersham and the debutantes of thei
-oason. Ti',.~ quests will include Gover
nor and Mrs. John K. Tener, Mr. and
Mrs. J. V. W. Keynders. Mr. and Mrs. i
i!'s. A. Hi Kok. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
M. Rutherford, Mr. and Mrs. Carl B.
Kly. Mr. aud Mrs. Robert Goldsbor
«''.igh, Mi-s Mary Kmily Reilv. Miss
Vim,' McCormick. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Neaie. Mr. and Mr-, i'aul G. Smith. Mr.
and Mr*. Richard V. McKay. Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert F. >now. Mrs. Harold
Wiekersham, of Lan aster; Mrs. Har
ry C. .ilvert, of Pittsburgh: Mrs.
James Irv. in Haker. of I ancaster; Mrs.
Crawford, of Phila lel
]ihia: Mr«. .| o hn Wiekersham. of Lan
• -s Crawford, of Philadel
iiia; Miss Kennedy, of Chambersburg;
Miss Nauman. of Lancaster; Miss Nor
• -. of Bt. Joseph, Mo.: Miss l'eale. of
Nen Vo k City: M s- Margaret Stack
too, Miss Elizabeth Bailey. Miss Mary
spollster. Mi«s Virginia Hargest King.
Mis- Mii:y (aider Mitchell, Miss Su
-anna Fleming, Miss Frances Bailey,
M - Margaretta Fleming. Miss Emily
Bailey. Miss Helen Goodwin Hamilton I
Miss F.leanor Town-end Dariinaton
Mi— Mvrvinne Leason. Miss Sarah
| .'lasting-. Miss Mary Williamson. Mis
Emnieline Wright and Miss Mary Eli/
W. J. Bryson. of Chi-ago: Harol.
W ickersham and John Wickersham. o
J Uni'dster; Dr. I. P. W ; *'-»r
Crawford, at Philadelphia: the Rev.
James Crawford, of Philadelphia; liar
sv C. Calvert, of Pittsburgh; Frank D.
• < arney. of stoelton: Donald MeOor
miek. Daniel M. Dull. Dr. John F. Cul'
Mr. Williams, of Yantie, Conn.; Sper
.-er Nauman. of I>ancaster; Mr. Bald
win. Mr. Lindomuth, Frank Brady. Mr
CifFord. William Calder, Jr.. ' Jo'i
Erieaon. George Kunkel, Jr.. Dr. Geor„
J Keily Moflitt, William McCreath. Kob
ert Me* reath, George Porter Shotwell.'
David Fleming. ,lr.. Vance C. McCor-1
i ini -k, .lohu V. W. Revnders. Jr.. John
Mag un. Richard Kuibloe, Ehrman B.
'Mite.'iell, ,lr., Henry M. Gross. Edward
J. >:ackjK>le. dr.. Albert Hummel
Mr. Boms. John C. Herman.
■ Jr.. Herbert Wallower, Arch Kniselv.
I Jr.. and William Henderson.
Mrs. Detweiler Gives Luncheon
Mrs. Meade D. Detweiler gave a
luncheon of forty-five covers at her '
home. 22 South Frott street, this aft
ernoon complimentary to Miss Mary
I i. aJ.ieth Meyers, on," of the debutantes
of the season. In the decorations, fa
vors and ices a pretty eolor scheme of
green and red was carried out, with
holly, poinsettias and Richmond roses
predominating. Du.ing the luncheon j
the orchestra ren iered a program ot
Stamm Dinner Party This Evening
This evening the Misses Katherine.
•Juiia and Maud Stamm will give a din
ner at the Colonial Country Club for
their house guests. The decorations in
the dining room will be of Christmas
greens and poinsettias and covers will
be laid for Mis S Elizabeth Pennick. of
Lynchburg, \a.: Miss Marian Wester
veit. Miss Noe'.ine Westervelt, of Eng.e
wood. X. J.: Miss Pauline M. Brook, of
Detroit: Miss Ruth Anna Johnson, of
Rosemont: Miss Pauline Light, of Leb
anon; Messrs. Fred P. Steif. Jr.. of Bal
timore: Coleman Nicholson, of Pitts
burgh: Donald Watt and James Shand.
of Lancaster; Carl Bretz, of Buffalo,
and Malcolm Lowe, of Englewood, X. J.
Mr. Brady's New Year's Dinner
John T. Brady will give his annual
dinner at the Harrisburg Club oil New
\ ear s I)ay. Mr. Brady has given a
New Year's dinner for a number of
ears. Cove>s will be laid for one
hundred or more guests.
Colonial Club Dance January X
A subscription dance will be given
Tuesday evening. January 5. at the Co
'onial Country Club. During the even
ng M:ss Kathreen Weafbrook. of this
-ity. and A Frederick Spies, of New
i ork. will demonstrate the late dances,
; n -lu ling the fox trot, maxixe and tan
roes. explaining the difficult steps and
iancing one of the dances in costume.
r n» will be for members of the
lub aud their friends and during the
veiling refreshments will be served.
Camp Hill Civic Club Meeting
A meeting of the board of directors
in.l officers of the Camp Hill Civic Club
will be held to-morrow afternoon at
>•3O o clock at the home of the presi
lent. Mrs. J. W. Millhouse. Important
lUsiness will be transacted.
Guest of Miss Lenore Graber
Miss Irene I*. Graber, of Shamokin,'
spending the holiday season with
lis" Ignore M. Graber, 923 North!
"bird street. i
HARRISBI7RO STAR-INDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, HKCKMBKR :jO. 1914.
! MYcMARJIN WEDDING
Ceremony Will Be Performed by the
Rev. Charles F. Baach, Pastor of
Church of God
The wedding of Miss Alma Lucille j
Martin and 8. Harper Myers, both of
Mechaaiesburg, will take place this
'evening at 6 oYiock at the home of'
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mr*,
j Charles Martin, West Keller street.!
i The ceremony will be performed by the!
'Rex. Charles P. Raa.h, pastor of the
i Church of Ui.il. in the presence of the
i immediate members of the families.
The bride will wear a gown of Ivory
satin with touches of shadow lace and
tulie and a tulle veil caught up by
orange blossoms. She will carry a
shower of v alley lilies and bride roses.
Miss Marie Myers, a niece of the
bridegroom, win plav the wedding
marches. There will be no attendants.
Immediately after the ceremony Mr.'
and Mrs. Myers will leave for an ex
i tended wedding trip to Buffalo. Ne.v
ork and other Ens-tern points. The;
bride's going away M»it will be of
brown cheviot, with touches of t'ur,
an! a picture hat trimmed with black
plumes. t)n their return they will be!
"at home" after January 20 n their
I new home, 124 East Main street.
Miss Martin is a talented musiriau
and was organist in the Church of God I
I tor some time. She attended Irving
I College. Mr. Myers is a prominent i
| young business man of Mechanicsburg.
WILL SING THK "XAZARKXE"
I Members of C. E. Choral Union Plan
Work for Coming Season
A meeting of the officers of the 11a r
risburg C. K. Choral Union was held
i:ist evening at the home of ,1. Frann
u aimer. Members ot the coming se.i
son were enrolled, sixty six new mem- ,
t>ers enrolling and making the member- i
ship over one hundred.
Tlic chorus this years will be uccom- '<
; panied by a volunteer orchestra, iu- j
eluding the following: Violins, Claude '
j Kngle and Arthur M. Bushman: cello.'
J. M. Rider anl \V. .1. Dun lap; double
bass. >i. H. Mulligan; flute. Miss Dun
j lap: tirs-t cornet, 11. D. Sollenberger; 1
second cornet, \Y. l>. Reed. Frank ,1.1
McCarrell. organist and choirmaster of
Pine Street Presbyterian church, will |
diieet the members and rehearsals will
; be held every Monday evening iu the ;
j social room of the Pine Street church, i
The cantata will be "The Xa/.a- |
rene." written by William A. -Madoe and *
W . Rhvs Herbert. Special permission j
; has been granted by the publishers to '
use this cantata.
MISS DEYOI'T EXTERTAIXS
Gave Charming Afternoon Party Com
plimentary to Miss Bell
M-.ss Dorothv Devout entertained
yesterday afternoon from 3 to G o'clock
at her .home. 1220 Chestnut street,
complimentary to her guest, .\1 i-s Mar
garet Bell, of Lebanon. The rooms
■ were prettily decorated with holly,
f mistletoe and poinsettias and the guest.
; spent a pleasant afternoon with games
: and contests. A b.iffet luncheon was
(served to the following:
M:s« Hell. Miss Florence Rinkenbaih,
Miss Katherine Heidleman, Mi-s f'ran
oes llause. Miss Katherine Keene, Miss
, Adeline Kline viiist. Miss Katherine'
Klinedinst, Miss Helen Hamblin. iliss
Katherine Hamblin, Miss Martha
Moltz, Miss Klida Buckaioo, Miss Ag
nes Albright. Mi>s Ella Marie Kreidler.
Miss Mary Khzabeth Deitrich. Miss
Helen Ferguson. Miss Elizabeth Rainier,
j Miss Mildred Bur'.;e. Miss Siisanne De
! vout and Miss Dorothy Devout.
MISS STKOTSE HOSTESS
Entertained at Dinner in Compliment
to House Guest
Mi-s Marian strouse entertained at
dinner at her home, 1G32 N\rth Sec
ond street, last evening in compliment
to her house guest. Miss Henrietta '
Bloch, of Philadelphia.
The rooms were prettily de orated j
with Christmas greens and flowers.
The guests included: Misses Henri
etta Arouse. Jeanette C'laster. Reta '
Buxbaum. beouore Rosenthal. Marie
Vount, Henr'.ettn Jesse's.n. of \t
, lantic City; Alva Romberger, Heien 1
Hoffman. Elizabeth Koons and George 1
Widder. XeJ-on Strouse. .lohn Hart, ;
Charles Dunkle, George Jeffries. Clan ie
St roup, Albert Astrieh. John Morgan
thaler. George Sheider, Robert Sheider
and Uine S. Hart.
Walter Kuouae, 1331 Vernon street,
has re:ume-i from Reading af:er a '
visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
Edward Knouse. i
What We Say It Is, IT IS
Don't you think the best
way to use the money you
received for Christmas would
lie to buy something with it
that you desire very much,
but which in all probability
you would not buy for your
self if this opportunity had
not come to you? Drop into
Diener 's. You are sure to sec
some dainty piece of Jewelry,
Cut Glass. Toilet Water-or 1
Silver which will delight you.
Whatever you select you '
know the quality will be ex
cellent—and you will be do- ;
ing just what your friend in
tended you should—secure a
much desired article which
exactly meets your ideas of !
good taste. <
408 Market Street
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M«»Mi, H, mi-Ki* niw *o«*. !
MYRTLE ELVYN COMING
Myrtle Klvyn, tlie renowned pianiste.
will appear in Harrisburg at the Tech
nical High school auditorium, Wednes
j <i«y evening, January 6, under the a a
*pices of The J. 11. Troup Music
I'iie musical public of both Europe!
'mid America throughout her career have
united to do her honor in this her chos-|
!en art. She has won unstinted praise
wherever she has played. Her appear- j
ances in her native land have been j
veritable triumphant tours, to which j
her season of 1913-1914 have added
Miss Klvyn's artistic temperament
| and her powers of execution are shown (
in the wide range of piano literature
which her repertoire includes. She re I
J vols in Bach, Beethoven. Brahms,
Schubert, Schumann, Chopin, Handel, I
Mo .art. Liszt, Tschaikowsky, Dvorak, |
i Rubinstein, Snint-Saenp, Mosckowski,
MacDowoll. Debussy. to the delightful
Godowskv transcription of "The Beau- !
jtiful Blue Danube. - ' t'nder her lingers]
i a Strauss wait' is entrancing. Schu
j in an it s "Childhood Scenes" is a gem,
a Chopin Ktiule. Tsclwikowskv ( oncer-j
j to. a Bach Fugue, take on new meaning]
for us. Her music seeing not as some j
thing often played, but as her message
which she is giving, pouring it forth
through those marvelous fingers which
know uo difficulties.
Sale of tickets start* Mondav morn
ing. .lanu.in 4, at The .1. 11. Troup Mu
i lie House, 15 South Market Square.
ROSE-REY.NOLDS WEDDING j
Ceremony Pertorra d by the Rev. Dr.
Quarryville, Dec. 30.—Last evening
lat t> o clock MI S* Paul's Reformed
i church Miss Olive A. Reynolds, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Reynolds, |
of *this place, ana Harold M. Rose, of
Milwaukee Wis. were married. The j
ceremony was performed by the Kev. M. j
stoncbraker. Immediately following!
there was a re option at the home of'
the bride. The bride is a graduate of .
the QuarryviHe High school and of the j
Shippen School for Girls. Lancaster. '
The bridegroom is a graduate of State j
College and is high in electrical engi- j
neering, and has been in Wisconsin for 1
some time. Guests were present from '
all sections of the otate.
W HISLER-LESHER WEDDING |
Solemnised Last Evening at Parsonage
of Redeemer Lutheran Church
Tne we lding of Miss Gertrude Lesh- j
er. 1909 Swatara street, ami Elias K.I
Wlusler, 74South Twenty-third street,
was a quiet event of last evening, tak
ing piace at the parsonage of the Re
deemer Lutheran i hutch, the Rev, K. j
Victor Bolaiid, the pastor, officiating. |
The bride wore a gown of white mes- ;
saline with touches of lace an 1 carried i
bride reses. There were no attendants. I
Mr. and Mrs. Whisler will reside in this'
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rvan and lit-'
tie daughters. Nora and .lane, of Chi
cago, 111., are visiting the former's!
mother, Mrs. J. P. Ryan, 515 North;
Mrs. Carrie Miller, of Chambersluirg,
who has been spending the past four
months with her sister, Mrs. K. G. Bla
scr, 32t> South Thirteenth street, has
returned to iier home. Mrs. Catherine j
dements, of Philadelphia,-—is visiting |
her -ister, Mrs. Blaser, over the holi- j
Mr. and Mrs. Tennis left for Madi
son. lnd., alter a visit with the lat-1
ter's sister. Mrs. Frank Hil>bs. 324 |
South Thirteenth street.
Paul Rodgers, Dickinson College, is!
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Duvid Rodgers, 709 South Front street.)
Miss Carrie Swavelv, 1423 Market:
street, has returned t'rom Camden, |
Reading and Philadelphia.
Harry Gulbrandson of the Fniver-1
sitv of Pennsylvania, is spending the j
holidays with liis parents, 1410 State!
Harold Clark. 23 South Nineteenth j
street, has returned from Reading. j
Mrs. Robert Filbert, 316 South Thir- |
te:nth street, has returned from Liver-'
Miss Marae Hartnett, Philadelphia, I
is the guest of Mrs. Georje Remine, j
241 South Thirteenth street.
Miss Margaret Crowl has returned
to Paila lelphia. atter a visit with her
aunt. Mrs. T. D. Ma-Avoy, 1938 North
Mrs. J. E. Gutman and daughters,;
Mildred and Evelyn, 1937 North Sec-,
ond street, are in Baltimore,
Emmctt Kuhn has returned to Cham
berdburg, after a visit with his son,
Charles Kuhn. 134S Vernon street.
Mrs. Teresa Laufle, Johnston, is the
•guest ol Mrs. Elizabeth Bollinger, 23 1
South Third street.
Miss Mary Stark, 206 Kelker street,!
is the guest of relatives at Altoona.
Mrs. G. D. Sellers and Miss Lizette j
Sellers. 540 Mac lay street, are (guests j
of relatives in Pittsburgh.
Miss Lucy Crawford, F,nha.ut, has re- '
turned from Pittsburgh. v j
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown, 332 Pef-|
fer street, arc home from Allentown.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hibbs and son, I
George, 324 South Thirteenth street, |
are home from Thompsontown.
Benner Kelly, Waynesboro, is the j
guest of Mr. and Airs. George Re-j
mine, 241 South Thirteenth street.
Lloyd Nye, of the Philadelphia!
NOW FOR A ROUSING SALE
Of Extraordinary Values
Items Offered Are For Thursday Only :
Human Hair in light, medium and ; 50c Infants' Kimonos ! 25c Large Btze Blue Enamel Pre
and dark brown in strands Thursday only . . . 25c I serve Kettles
! 50c values Thursday only . .850 j Thursday only, -j lor ,25c |
! _ _ r , _ j 50c Ladies' Embroidery Flannel- I i §
Ladies 50c Hand Bags ette 10c Sltoet Iron Broad Pans !v
Thursday only 25c j Thursday only 25c j j Thursday only, 6 for ...... 23c | I
Ladles' 25c Fancy Bos Garters • 'Joe Ladles' Embroidery Bras- .->c Grey Enamel Pic Plates |
Thursday only. 2 for 25c siers Thursday only, o for 25c
I I j Thursday only. 2 for 25cJ |
Ladies' Ribbon Trimmed Shoe > j |o c Mixing Bowls
Trees 25c value, lOc Children's Flannelette Diaper „ R
! Thursday only 2 for 25c Drawers Thursday only, a for 25c |
J j j Thursday only, 0 for 25c ' I
10c Large Glass Nappies I B
< 50c Satin Ribbon, all colors I ■
Thursday only 25c j 5Hc Children's Rompers | Ttnrsday only, ,t for 2., c I
I Thursday only 25c Q
50c Roman Stripe Ribbon |~~Toc Large Glass Cake Plates l|
Thursday only, ;t for 25c US
Thursday only -<> c 10c Children's Flannelette Sac-
L. ques, Thursday only ;t for 25c :
i 0 , . T 'Children's Aluminum Plates I
50c All Over Shadow Laces _. . , . „ H
, ... —• Thursday only, 3 for 25c I
Thursday only 25c _ , > H
' tOc Ladies Aprons ! 1
IZZZHI - !!!!! Thursday only, 2 for 25c ! i I
_ „ , I I 50c Readymade Stamped Chemise I
50c Persian Trimmings, bands , I
and edges - Thursday only 25c | j
Thursday only 2.> c Ladies' Silk Velvet Hats, $1 to
Thursday only 25c ®® B Stamped Pillow Cases
50c to $1.50 Oriental Laces i Thursday only 25c j I
Thursday only 25c I
~ Fanc y ostrich Trimmings. *i 50e Children's Readymade I
T _ , value, Thursday only ...25c I Stamped Dresses, White
Lace Bands J Thursday ollly 25c I
Thursday only, yards for. .36c • J
-,c Ladies' Boxed Ne-kwear slightly soiled, «0C Stamped Children's Crepe
-,> c Boxea we.Kwear Thursday only 25c Kimonos
Thursday only, 2 for 25c Thursday only, 2 for 25c
IJ— L I
50c Ladies' Boxed Neckwear "^ c Novels 25c Stamped Drawers
Thursday only 25c Thursday only, 2 for 25c Thursday only, 2 for 25c
25c Fancy Boxed Stationery Cotton Crepe Plaid 30c and 50c Stamped Waists j
(Thursday only, 2 boxes for. ,25c Thursday only, 2 yards for . ,2."c Thursday only, 2 for 25c '
25c Initial Correspondence Cards -•'» c Colored Ratine, all colors Inside Cushions, 18x18, 20120,
Thursday only, 2 boxes for. .25c I Thursday only, 3 yards for. ,25c ! 22x22 and 18x21
j I Thursday only 25c |
25c Gent's Neckwear, knitted ! ,0c Hill 36-inch Bleached Mua- I i
and silk lin, Thursday only, 4 yards . j Stamped Corset Covers
Thursday only, 2 for 25c lor 25c i Thursday only, 2 for 25c 5
! 1 1 '
lOc Gent's Colored Hose 30c Wool Crepe, evening colors i j 10c Cushion Cords
Thursday only, 3 pair for. . ,25c Thursday only 25c ; I Thursday only, 3 for ...... .25c
j;I I j
Men's Wool Hose 17c Silk Moussellne, all colors ! 50c Stork Embroidery Scissors |
Thursday only, 2 pair for .. . 25c Thursday only, 2 yards for . . 25c i Thursday only 25c i
I ! J i I
Ladies' Dressing Sasques, r>Oc 50c Fancy Crib Blankets Stamped Luncheon Sets
value, Thursday only ...,25c Thursday only 25c Thursday only 25c j
lc to 25c Dept. Store
Where Every Day Is Bargain Day
215 Market St. Opp. Court House
•"vhool of Fine Arts, is the truest of his
parents, 400 South fourteenth street.
MTS. Robert Huling, Williamsport, is
the guest of Mrs. Charles Leas, 320
South Thirtenth street.
Miss Mildred Williams, North and
Capital streets, has returned from
Mr. and Mrs. George Holcombe have,
returned to Philadelphia after a visit ,
with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J
William Johnson, 508 South Thirteenth!
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mumma, of |
Pittsburgh, and Luther D. Z. Mumma,
of Wilkes-Barre, are visiting their par
ents, at Paxtang.
Miss Margaret Turner, 431 Hamilton !
street, is spending a week in Philadel
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stille, of this:
city, are registered at Craig Hall, At- 1
Miss Dorothy Shook, of Greencastle,!
is the guest of Miss Anne Young, U32-iJ 1
Xorth Third street. ,
Miss Gavle Zeigler, Carlisle, return- |
ed to her home after spending some
time with Misses Sara and Miriam Mc-
Caskey, 1927 Kensington street.
Frank McCa»kev, New Bloomlield. is j
spending some time with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. .T. A. Mo Cask ev, 1927
Mr. anil Mrs. C. E. Williams,
1501 1-2 North Sixth street, are home
from a holiday visit to Liverpool.
Miss Grace Snyder, left to-day for
her home in Philadelphia after a visit
with her sister. Mrs. Walter Cleland,
2 41" Reel street.
John Little, 607 Reily street, has re
turned from a visit to his home, near
Saxton. Huntingdon county.
Russell Graham, of the Philadelphia
College of Pharmacy, has returned aft
er a visit with his parents,' Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Graham, 98 Tusearora
W. H. Pomip. 130 Locust street,
has returned* from a week's visit to
Easton, Pen Argyle and Bethlehem.
Mrs. Edwin Bowers and Miss Jessie
C. Rowers, 318 Cumberland street, left
to-day for a few days' visit to Phila
Miss Carolyn Stubler, of Williams
port, is a guest at the home of the
Rev. A. 8. and Mrs. Williams, 233 7
North Sixth street, while attending the
Teachers' State Association. Miss Stab
ler is the daughter of the Mayor of
Mrs. Ida Patton Smith, an instruc
| tor in the High school at Tyrone, ta
; spending this week with local friends."'
Miss Ida King and Miss Anrvsl
Smith, of York, were week-end visitors
at the home of the Rev. A. S. and Mrw
Williams, 2337 North Sixth street. «
Mrs. Cora Trouip, of Washington,
! C., left to-day for her home, after
holiday visit with Mrs. Mary Huston.
607 Reily street.
Miss Teresa Nueipert, 917 Grc^J
street, has returned from Railway?
iN Y S
W. G. Conklin, 130 Locust stree®
1 returned from a visit to his home m
Mr. and Mrs. Weiger returned A
Philadelphia, after a visit with MB
and Mrs. A. M. Spot?., 1303 Verm*
Ralph Springer, Philadelphia, is tl&
guest of his cousin, Herbert
1331 Vernon street.
15 North Market Square ,1
.Vs many plain waltzes and twjj
,ste;« as new dances. Every Tuesday;
I Thursday and Saturday evenings. Thur»
| day evening, December 31, masked <>i