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Methodist Church Official Board to
Meet To-morrow Night
New Cumberland, Jan. 12.—The offi
cial 'board of the Methodist church will
meet on Wednesday night at the close
of the revival services.
The evangelistic services in the I .
B. church ou Sunday were well attend
ed. The church choir and booster tfhoir
rendered excellent music.
On Saturday, Jauuarv 9, the follow
ing persons were entertained at dinner
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Davis, at New Market: IMt. and LVlrs.
J. M. Freeburn, daughters. Evelyn,
Marian, Claire and sou. Harold; Miss
Edna Rhoads, (Mr. aud Mrs. John G.
Davis and daughter, Ethel, and sou,
Horace, and Miss Susie Davis, of New
Cumberland; Mrs. Elizabeth Shank, of
Boiling Springs; vMr. and iMrs. Leroy
(Miller, daug'htpr, Irene, and son, Wil
liam, of New Market.
The Ladies' Aid Society of St. Paul's
Lutheran church will meet at the 'home
of CMiss Ickes, at (Elk-wood, on Thurs
Leroy Sutton's family moved to
Hogestown yesterday, where Mr. Sut
* ton has purchased 'Mr, Sailer's black
(Miss Edythe Zimmerman spent Sun
day with (Mr. aaui 'Mrs. Fowler, 111"
Market street, Harrisburg.
CMr. and Mrs. Filbert Souders re
ceived word yesterday of the death of
their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lloyd Sou
ders, who resided on a farm near Golds
t>OTo. She is survived by her huefoand
and fo«r small children.
IMrs. Margaret B. Prowell visited her
• nephew, IH. B. Raton, at Steelton, Sun
'Miss IMary (Drayer spent Sunday with
relatives at Carlisle.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandt, of iMe-
visited Mr. Brandt's sister,
Mrs. J. R. Hutchison, Jr., Reno street.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Troup, son and
daughter, Mrs. Troup's mother, R. C.
Troup, of York; William Troup. Mrs.
ffaiTies and daughter and Ralph Troup,
«>f Harrisburg. were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. WTig'ht on Sunday.
Michael Drayer is spending a week
witih hie (brother. Daniel, at Carlisle.
Quite a number of people here are
Buffering with severe attacks of grip.
Joseph Bond Returns to College In New
Williamstown, Pa., Jan. 12.—Joseph
Bond has returned to his studies at St.
Stephen's College, Anandale, X, Y., aft
er spending his holiday vacation with
MT. and Mrs. John Wright, of Har
risburg, visited the latter's sister, Mrs.
A Hen liowe, over Sunday.
Mr. and MT9. Erin Adams entertain
ed in honor of their daughter, Ethol's
birthday, Saturday evening. The guests
reported having a delightful time.
Miss Jennie Wolfe was a visitor to
William Powell", of Tower Oitv, was
a town visitor Sunday.
Miss Bessie Connors, of Lykens,
spent Sunday with her sister, ' Mrs.
Wendell Bl&nning, of
visited his parents over Sunday. °
Stanley Snyder, of Elizabethville,
was the guest of town friends on Sun
Miss Margaret Brooks Entertains Sun
day School Class at Her Home
Dauphin, Jan. 12.—Miss Margaret
Brooks entertained the members of her
Sunday school el a s< of the Presbyterian
church at dmuer at her home on' Satur
day afternoon. The centerpiece for the
• table was of poinsettias and laurel Mi
nute pin cushions were given as favors.
Those present were Julyann Wiermau,
of Harrisburg; Emily Landis. Ma*
Kline, Lottie Wynn, Marv Grimm Ger
trude Smith, Margaret' Garman and
< atharine Bougner. Miss Brooks or
ganized a sewing class, which will me t
< ; uce a week, on Saturday afternoon at
The Literary Society of the Dauphin
• High school met at the home of Miss
Esther Sheaffer on Friday evening
Ihe following program was observed:
Reading of the minutes by the secre
tary, Miss Alice Minsker: vocal solo,
Miss Esther Shaffer; referred mies
•tions, "What was President Wilson's
last message to Congress?" and '• What
improvements an- being made in the
navy!" Miss Ruth McKlmee; piano
solo, Miss Violet Wynn; referred ques
tion, "What are some useful hints
about letter-writing?" Max Ung; mu
•si«, "Swing Song," High school" siirls;
debate, "Resolved, that automobiles
ore more useful to man than horse and
■wagon," affirmative, Miss Alice Min
sker, Miss IJewalla Strohm and Miss
Anna Hager, negative, Miss Sue Mey
ers, Miss Mary Garman and Miss Gol
die Maeiler. the negatives winning; rec
itation. "The Photograph Album."
Miss Christina R. Long; music. "When
You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big
Red Rose," High school. The evening
was spent in games and music. Re"
freshments were served.
The Ladies' Aid Societv of the
I'nited Evangelical church and their
families tendered their president, -Miss
t'orn Cofrode, a birthday surprise par
ty at her home on Friday evening.
After a delightful evening, refreshments
were served to Mrs. Mary Cofrode, the
Rev. and Mrs. H. 0. Lutz, Mr. and Mrs.
George Shoop, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln
Mcosaer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Speece,
Speeceville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Welker, Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Le tiov McKissiek, Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Feaser. Mrs. Charles
Brioker. Mrs. Samuel Mehaffie, Miss
Cora Cofrode, Miss Lydia Maurev, .Miss
Viola McKissiek, Miss Alice Feaser.
Samuel Maurev, Samuel Mehaffie, Biou
Welker, Paul Welker, George Feaser,
John Mehaffie, William Feaser and
Teachers' Local Institute to Be Held
January 15 and 16
Blain, .lan. 12. —The teachers' local
institute will be held in the town hall
on January 15 and 16. Dr. J. P.
Woodruff, instructor of English at Sus
quehanna V'nnersity, will deliver lec
tures on both days.
A meeting of the Literary Society
was held in the High school. The
question for debate was: " Resolved,
That Washington Did More for His
Countrv Than Lincoln."
Carious Kistler, of near Newport, is
visiting friends at this place.
The following officers were elected
by the Methodist church: Superintend
ent, D. P. Stokes; assistant superin
tendent. C. R. Hench; secretary. Miss
Olive Poose; treasurer, W. A. Kline;
librarian. Miss Pauline Johnson; assist
ant librarian. Miss Effie Baker; organ
ist. Miss Anna Fctro: assistant organ
ist, Miss Olive Foose; chorister, Lute
Mrs. G. G. Spohn, of Camden, N. J.,
is visiting her father, D. P. McKee.
The \V. C. T. V. elected the follow
ing officers: President, Mrs. C. R.
Hench; vice presidents, Mrs. J. Shaua
brook and Mrs. D. H. Snyder; secretary,
Mrs. R. M. Smith; treasurer, Mrs. Sam
uel Reen: corresponding secretary,
Miss Elsie Baker.
William C. Lebo to Represent Macca
bees at Millerstown Convention
New Bloomfield. Jan. 12.—At the
weekly review of Tent No. 367, K. O.
T. .M., William C. Lebo was elected
delegate to represent the tent at the
county convention at Millerstown on
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shearer were
recent visitors to Harrisburg.
Miss Amy Kell, of Trenton, N. J.,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. .T.
Mrs. George Eckard visited friends
in Marysville last week
The Rev. L. C. Smiley, of T.emoyne,
spent several days with Mr. and Mrs.
E. S. Lov.
Mrs. Jacob Foultz visited friends in
Miss Olive Hays returned from
spending a week with Mrs. Frank
Steele near Duncannon.
Tent No. 367, K. 0. T. M., has in
stalled the following officers: Com
mander, M. M. Horn: lieutenant com
! mander, L. B. Clouser: record keeper,
| William C Lebo; master-at-arms,
| George Clou*er; chaplain, A. E. Leiter;
| trustee, Charles W. A skins: sergeant,
William V l . Horn; picket, Robert M.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fager. of Harris
burg, Sunday Visitors
Halifax, Jan. 12.—Mr. and Mrs.
•Percival C. Fox announce the birth of
Mrs. Lewis Wagner has returned to
her home in Matamoras after visiting
her daughter, Mrs. H. Stewart Potter.
Mrs. M. E. Behin spent Saturday at
Mrs. W. B. Nace and Mrs. C. E.
I KnoufT spent Saturday visiting friends
i at Harrisburg.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fager, of Har
risburg, visited Mr and Mrs. G. W.
J Westfall over Sunday.
| Frank Alvitz, of Millersburg, spent
| Sunday at the home of Mrs. Daniel Mil
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yeager snent
I Sunday with the former's sister, Mrs.
G. L.' Wert.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Chubb, of
Millersburg, visited at the home of
[ Mrs. Mary Troutman over Sunday.
Funeral Services for WlUiam Blain Held
| Special Correspondence.
Millerstown, Jan. 12.—The funeral
services of William Blain were held at
his late home on Saturday afternoon
by the Rev. C. F. Himes, pastor of the
Methodist church, assisted bv the Rev.
W. H. Dyer, pastor of the Presbyterian
church. Interment was made in River
view cemetery. The floral tributes were
many and beautiful. The primary school
of which he was a pupil and "the pri
mary Sunday school class of the Metho
dist cihiureh,' to which he also belonged,
] presented flowers.
Mrs. W. D. BollingeT and Mrs. J. I.
Crane are visiting friends in Philadel
Charles Noll is visitirog friends in
J. B. Allen, of Wonmleysburg, spent
several days with his mother, Mrs J
Mr. and Mrs. John Bheely Entertain
Friends at Dinner
j Special Correspondence.
Shiremanstown, Jan. 12.—Mrs. Oli-
I ver Baker, of Lemovne, visited her
mother, Mrs. S. M. Comfort, on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. John Sheelv enter
tained at dinner Sundav the following-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sheelv and son,
i Robert, of Chambersburg; Mr. and
; Mrs. Claude Sheely and children,
j Claude, Catherine and Lester, of White
j Hill; Mr. anil Mrs. Brook Stare and
laughter, Blanche, Green street, this
! place and I. A. Wrightstone.
! Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bates, of Flor-
I in, spent Sunday with sons here.
Miss Annie l.aurie Feister spent
j Sunday with relatives in Lemoyne.
Mr. and Mrs. George Shumberge, of
Good Hope, spent Saturday as guests of
j relatives in this place.
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at the home of Vbe Bistliue on Sun
George 11. Rupp, of near this place,
ha? returned home after spending two
weeks in Philadelphia and Camden, N.
.1. While in Philadelphia he heard
"Billy" Sunday and enjoyed his ser
mons very much.
The Rev B F. Emenheiser closed
the revival services on Sunday evening.
Mrs. Augusta Bret/., of Euola, spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Feister, of
t.emoyne, spent Sunday evening with
the former's brother. Pierce Feister,
Mrs. Robert Bretz, of Enola, visited
Mrs. Samuel Sheely recently.
Mrs. Ida Hippel, of Ephrala, was the
guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Rupp recently.
Joseph Bealor is very ill at his home
Mrs. David Brinkley. of Lemoyne,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Fannie Deck
The Misses Mae. of Meehanicsburg,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Bates,
East Main street.
1,000 Pupils Enrolled In Public
Schools During December
Sp»"iai ■'orrespunUd <c-'
Middletown, Jan. 12.—The School
Board met last evening. The treasur
er's report was read aud approved. The
total enrollment ending December was
1,099. The average attendance dur
ing the month was 913. The local in
stitute will be held in the High school
January 29 and 30. Thursday evening
of this week Superintendent H. J.
Wiekey will turn over 100 pictures of
Yellowstone Park aud the new lantern
presented to the schools by the Moth
ers' Congress Circle. A gas line will
be extended to the physical laboratory.
Charles llouser was elected truant offi
cer for January. The bills ordered
paid amounted to $405.4 G.
Dr. D. P. and Mrs. Deatriek aud
King Clark have returned home from
a two days' visit to relatives at Get
The Tennis Club basketball team and
the Liberty team will plav in the M. A.
C. rooms this evening; also the Reseue
and Wincroft teams.
Herbert Smith, of Bainbridge, spent
Sunday in Rovalton as the guest of rel
As the meeting of the stockholders
of the Farmers' bank held yesterday
morning the following directors were
elected: S. C. Young, S. C. Peters,
John Longene. ker. W. D. Matheson, 'H.
H. Shellenberger, E. S. Gerberich and
B. F. Brandt.
Squire T. C. and Mrs. Smith spent
Saturday and Sunday at Reading as
the guests of relatives
The name of Miss Vondena Triteh
was unintentionally omitted as receiv
ing a gift for not missing a Sunday
Wilraer Krone and Jacob McCreary,
of Hill island, spent yesterday in town.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Moore and two
children returned home on Monday
eveniug from York, where they spent
the past several days, having been
called there on account of the death o?
Mr. Moore's mother.
Charles Fratts, who spent the past
two weeks in town as the guest of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fratts,
Catherine street, returned to Zanesville,
Ohio, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Garman and
daughter, Ruth, spent Sunday at Deo
date as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. R. M. Orendorf aud two chil
dren left Monday for Baltimore, where
they will visit relatives for several
Harry Force, traveling salesman for
the Wincroft stove works, is spending
several days in town with his family
on High street.
J. C. Reachler, who had been con
fined to his home o;i Ann street for
t'ae past three months, is able to be
The revival meetings that are being
held in the several churches this week
are being largely attendod.
Quite a number of persons attended
the evangelistic meeting at Highspire
Lower End Teachers to Hold Institute
January 15 and 10
Hershey, Jan. 12. —The teachers of
Steelton, Hummelstown anil Paxtang
•boroughs and the townships of Swatari
and De.rrv will hold an institute in this
place, Friday end Saturday, January lo
and 16. Following is the program:
Friday, evening, S o'clock, in Her
shey Central theatre: Music, High school
chorus; invocation, the Rev. George S.
Rentz; address of welcome, Director A.
B. S'neivk; music, "The Minstrel Boy,"
High school chorus; address, "The
School Principal of Yesterday and the
School Principal of To-day," Superin
tendent L. E. MeGinnes, Steelton;
music, selected, Misses Wingert anil
Foltz, Messrs. Dubois anil Kefboch; ad
Saturday, 9.15 A. M. in High School
Building—Music, institute; invocation,
the Rev. X. L. Linabauigh; educational
waste, Prof. H. V. B. Garver; music,
" Killarney," Hti'h school chorus; "As
sistance to Pupils," (a) Destructive,
Lillie M. Nankivell; (b) Constructive,
Linnie V. Hess; latin, Marie H. John
Round Table —How much credit, if
any, should be avowed pupils of the
seventh and eighth grades in arithmetic
when their principles arc correct but
err in the mechanical process! What is
the best method of teaching geography
in the fourth vearf The value of play
Saturday. 1.30 P. M.—Music, vocal
solo, Russell Clark; discussion, "De
vices, Their Use aud Importance,'' My
rtle Garrett; aduiress, County Superin
tendent F. E. Shambauigh; address,
"The Educational Trinity,'' W. A.
Round Table —'' What I as a Teacher
Am Trying to Do:" (a) In home geo
graphy, (b) In local history, (c) In the
study o«f pictures, (d) In the dramatiza
tion in readimg, (e) In the draimatiza
t'or music, (f) In giving encouragement
to the dull pupil, (g) In kindling the
aspirations* of pupils, (h) In the culti
vation of a world-wide patriotism, (i)
In securing asd maintaining a proper
reverence for the Bible, (j) To assist
my principal, my superintendent and
my directors, (k) For myself, physical
ly, professional!v, socially and financial
The meetings are open to the public
and everybody is welcome. The officers
of the institute are as follows: F. D.
Keboch, president; Gertrude Bruibaker,
secretary and treasurer. Committee,
Charles S. Davis, George F. Dunkel
ibergar, Roscoe Bowmau, Walter A.
Miss Ilia Garman visited relatives
Dr. A. \V. Lamar, of Georgia, will
deliver an address at the Hershey Cen
tral theatre on Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. His subject will be "Christ's
Vision of a Man."
A. M. Wilson, of Reading, was the
guest of his sou, P. S. Wilson, at this
Mrs. Lizzie L. Litterman is spending
several weeks with friends at M&n
Miss Blanche Roher, of Newark, N.
J., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Linn
C. E. Gisler, of Aniper, N. J., was a
visitor to this place.
Miss Anna Bolton spent several days
at her home at Duncan non.
Mrs. J. B. Leithiser is recovering
from injuries received recently in a fall
on the icy pavement.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolfe, of Ann
ville, were the guests of George Geisa
man and family.
Miss Esther Lehman spent a few
weeks sit her home at Pi negro ve.
Clarence L. Bender returned from
Mt. Holly Springs, where he spent the
holidays at his home.
Knights of the Golden Eagle Install
Elizabeth* own, Jan. 12. —D. W.
Burkholder, a teamster for Mutli Broth
ers, lumber and eoail dealers, of this
borough, was taken to the General hos
pital at 1/aiKT.ster on Saturday, also
Mrs. Francis Terry was taken to the
same institution for surgical treatment.
The officers of the Knights of the
Golden Eagle elei'ted for the ensuing
term were installed at their hall on
Friday evening. There was a large at
tendance and a number of visiting
knights took part in the exercises. A
banquet followed at Horst's cafe.
Two editors are serving as officials
os the board of health in their respec
tive towns, John K. Hoffer, editor of
the "Herald," is secretary of the Mt.
Joy Board of Health, and J, ft. West
aifer, editor of the "Chronicle,'' is
president of the local Hoard of Health.
The residence of the late Mary
Ferry, on Braiiibridge street, in this
'borough, was sold to .1. 3. Ulirich, for
The poultry show held in the market'
house last week, closed on Saturday
evening. The birds shown were of
very fine order and the exhibition was
well attended and proved a financial
The local band has been engaged to
play at the inaugural parade.
The Martin & Heagy Company start
ed on full time Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kvler, West High
street, announce the birth of a son, Jan
L. I). Coble, S. F. I'lrich and Robert
Forney attended the automobile show
at New York last week.
Prof. R. C. Gingrich and friends, of
Lawn, were pleasantly entertained at
the Masonic home Sunday.
Miss Cora K. Shaeffer, of this place,
left on Tuesday for Pasadena, Cal.,
where the expects to stay.
Claude Dierolf, of Lancaster, a stu
dent at Mt. Airy Seminary, was for
several days the guest of his uncle and
aunt, Mr. anil Mrs. C. B. Dierolf, of
Quest house No. 2 at the Masonic
Home will soon be opened to receive
quests from the main building, so as to
relieve the congested condition there.
The Oresent cltfb basket'!®!] team, of
this place, will plav a game at Lancas
William Finnegan, of tihe firm of
Laueh & Company, at Palmyra, spent
Sunday with his family in this borough.
John M. Epler. of New York City, is
here on a brief visit. He was a former
citizen of this place and is engaged in
railroad contract work.
Jacob H. Baker, 73. Dies at Home of
Special Cori Hsponilenee
Medianicf-burg, Jan. 12.—After a
long illness, Jactb H. Baker died yes
terday morning at the home of his
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► This is an event looked forward to every January by economical shoppers i
► who appreciate buying tine quality silks at such pleasing reductions in price, *
► and it is our aim to make it a more worthy occasion just as sure as January
► appears on the calendar. , i
► As a result of careful planning and buying, Ave believe this Silk Sale will *
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► the dominate weaves for Spring in true Spring shades and marked them at i
► special prices. Also it is a disposal of staple and novelty silks from our own i
► large stock, at reductions that you will approve. <
► First Spring Note
; in Novelty Silks /\W-. A ;
; --Reduced I k/X) <
y Satin Foulards, from 50c—20 inches i
wide; small figures and floral designs; new i <
shades—navy, Rocky Mountain blue, Russian, \ 4
* black, piping rock, Copenhagen, taupe, Bel- WL 4
► gian blue and Gettysburg grey. MnJJgy i\™.
► Satin Foidards, 79<*, from $l.O0 —36 -'"J/ftyjl M* i<UY^=s=rV^i
► inches wide; tete de negre, green, royal, •) f// jfl ./I j, 1 n /A.
► navy and black; small floral figures of white. /llim l*u Wli\f f Jf>' *
y Satin Foulards, $1.35, from $1.75 Tl* I lWv' "
grey and wistaria; small conventional fig- /y'K-'/I *
* Crepe de Chines, 69<> from $l.O0 —36 4
► inches wide; all silk; colors are putty, sand, \
► white, royal, black, navy, Copenhagen, wis- 1:!'VlM
y taria and Russian green. » 4
► Taffetas, $1.35, from $1.50 —36 inches 4
y wide; good quality chiffon taffeta, street and gpf 1 \ «, 4
evening shades, in about fifteen different *
Crepe de Chines, $1.25 from $1.50; 40 /y« » i
* inches wide; heavy quality; street and even- ' ()—l 11 OliO Vv <
► ,n s s '"" lis Miln Ploot _ BOWMAr ., s Very Special at 59c
* I Lustrous black satin messaline <
; Black Silks at ; ;
: These Prices Will ——- -
A Little Clearance of '
* f Striped Taffetas, 59c <
18-inch black Satin Messalines, 29<? from 7 .
► 50p. They are reduced from SI.OO and $1.25,
► 23-inch black Satin Messaline, 9< om and those prices represented a special pur- 1
y 75c. chase of $1.25 and $1.50 qualities. Two <
y 26-inch black Satin Messaline, 69£ from shades of brown, one of grey and a change- <
§s t . able blue and wistaria. <
35-iuch black Satin Messaline, 89£ from Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. .
; sl ®-"" ;h blact Sa,i " Me«Uin.. 99<> from ShOWillg NeW WOOI
► black Chiffon Taffeta, 89* from CrepOll WaiStS at SI.OO \
35-inch black Chiffon Taffeta, 9 c 'rom | That should have been marked two dol- J
$1.50. lars. Roman stripes in dark patterns. Good 4
* 40-inch black Crepe de Chines, SI.OO from styles, featuring white pique detachable col
► $1.25; $1.25 from $1.50; $1.49 from $1.69. Jars.
► 35-inch black Chiffon Taffeta, 79£ from Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S. 4
y sl.lO. 4
* 35-inch black dress Poie de Soie, from Will bring many hundreds of people to our
► $1.19. city, and as a suggestive word to lodging
y 35-inch black Satin Duehesse, 89«> from house and hotel proprietors, we call your 4
y $1.19; 99£ from $1.25 ; $1.19 from $1.50; attention to our complete lines of sheets, pil- 4
$1.29 from $1.69. low cases, comforts, blankets and spreads. i
Main Floor —BOWMAN'S. We invite your investigation.
daughter, Mrs. Bd. L. Klinedinst, South j
Market street. He was aged 73 years.!
He is survived by two daughters, Mrs.
Klinedinst, in whose family he had his
home, anil by Mrs. John Neisley, ol
Ohurchtowu. Five grandchildren also
survive him. He was engaged in farm
ing in this vicinity for a number of
years and retired only when age and
failing health compelled him to. He |
has beem a resident of this place for l
several years. The funeral will be held
from the home of Jlr. Amd Mrs. Kline-1
dinst, on Thursday morning. A short
service will be held at the house and
at 10 o'clock services will be held in
the Church of the Brethren in Christ,
West Marble street, to which church
he belonged. The services will be con
ducted by Bishop Jonathan Wert, of
Carlisle. Interment will be made in
Chestnut Hill cemetery.
At noon yeateirday Mrs. Agnes Bp
pley died at heir home ou West Keller 1
street, aged aibout 80 years. She is sur-1
vived by six children, Mrs. William I
StTaulb, Mrs. J. Hertaler, Miss Minnie
Eppley, Elmer, John and Uharles. Her:
funeral will be held from her late home t
on Thursday afternoon, where services
will be conducted by her pastor, the
Rev. H. N. Feglev, D. D., of St. Mark's
Lutheran church. Inter merit which will j
be private, will be made in the ceme-1
terv of St. John's church, near Shire-1
Cottage prayer meetings were held
at 9.30 o'clock this morning in homes j
in the several sections of town.
This evening the Bev. Mr. Miller will [
again preach in the tabernacle.
Mrs. 1/andis and little daughter, Mi
riam, of Steelton, were guests vester-
Wanted Cash Registers
If you have a cash register for sale
write us we will sell it for you quickly.
If you want to buv a second-hand
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER write
us for prices on nearly new GUARAN
TEED ones. Why pay the new price?
The Cash Register Exchange Co.
Hale Bldg., Philadelphia, Fa.
day of Mrs. Landis' sister, Mrs. Mary
Knoll, Bast Simpson street.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall and little
son, of Harrisburg, were guests on San
dfly of Mr. HaJl's parents, Mir. and
Mrs. F. P. Hall, South Washington
I>r. John Saxton Deemey returned to
his home in BelJefonte, 0., yesterday
after a visit of several days to relatives
in this place.
Mrs. Amanda Doll, of Dilteburg,
spe-nt yesterday in this place, a guest
of her sister, Mrs. Andrew Slicaffer,
Houth High streert.
This Is a Bad Month
The indoor life of winter, with lack
of outdoor exercise, puts a heavy load
on the kidneys. Nearly everybody suf
fers from rheumatism, bachaohe, pain
in sides and back, kidney and bladder
ailments. A backache may not mean
anything serious, 'but it certainly does
not mean anything good. It's better to
be on the safe side and take Foley Kid
ney Pills to strengthen and invigorate
the kidneys and help them do their
work. They help rid the blood of acids
and poisons. Sold 'by Geo. A. Gorgas,
It! North Third street, and P. R. R.
Insurance Treasurer 55 Years
Lebanon, Jan. 12.—The annual
meeting of the Washington Mutual
Kire Insurance Company was held here
yesterday. The board reorganized by
the re-election of the following officers:
President, John Hunsicker; secretary
and treasurer, J. Henrv Miller. Mr.
Miller has held the office sinre its in
ception in 1860. He is the father-in
law of Mayor John K. Royal, of Har
Sheriff's Brother Killed
Trenton, N. J., Jan. 12.—Struck on
the head by a large pole that fell from
a wagon on which he was riding from
the farm of his brother, Sheriff J. War
ren Fleming, near Pennington, late yes
terday, William Fleming, 70 yearn old 1 ,
|of Pennington, died from a fractured
| CLINGS TO INSANE SLAYER
Child Saves Herself From Father—
Mother and Baby Killed
Muncie, Ind., Jan. 12.—After killing
his wife and year-old 'baby with a razor,
Web 'Matthews cut his own throat here
yesterday and probably will die.
A 7-year-old daughter saved herself
by jumping on her father's back anil
flinging to him until she could run
from the house. It is believed Matthews
'became suddenly insane.
Marietta Evangelistic Campaign
Marietta, Jan. 12. —The First Meth
odist Episcopal church was crowded
i last evening to hear Bvangelist R. M.
1 Honeyinan give his lecture on "Booze."
j The large choir rendered! special mil
I sic and Miss Gertrude Y. Villee, tho
j cornetist, assisted in t.he musiic. To-
I night tho campaign will close.
Salute of the Sword
I The sword salute of military officers
| has two meanings. Till? first position,
1 with the hilt opposite the hips, is a sur
; vival o'f the crusader's action of kiss
| ing tho cross hilt of his sword in token
' of faith, and the lowering of the point
| is a, token of friendship, implying that)
j it is not necessary to be on guard.
Take Care of Your Eyes and
They'll Take Care of You
For advice, consult
303 Market Street,