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Plants, Greens, Trees
and no end of line gift
The Berryhill
Locust Street at Second
are always appropriate for cheer is essential to our well
being. Give flowers or floral novelties and you are sure to
give cheer.
Table Center Bowls SI.OO to SIO.OO
Ferneries 50c SIO.OO
Plant Baskets $3.00—515.00
Flower Boxes $3.00 SIO.OO
and a host of other beautiful, inexpensive cheer—bringing
suggestions you should come and see.
The Berryhill
Bell 3799-M Locust Street at Second
Gifts for Mother, Sister or Friends
Handkerchiefs 25c up Union Suits SI.OO up
Silk Hose SI.OO up Wool Suits $3.00 up
Kid Gloves $2.00 up Silk and Wool SI.OO up
Silk Gloves 75c up Bloomers SI.OO up
Chamolsettcs SI.OO up Brassieres 75c up
Silk Camisoles $1.95 up Corsets $1.25 up
Silk Vests $2.75 up Night Gowns $1.50 up
Silk Bloomers $3.50 up | Chemise $1.50 up
Silk Pettibockers $8.50 , Kimonos $2.50 up
Silk Skirts $2.75 up Outing Flannel Gowns,
Silk Gowns $5.95 up | $2.00, $2.25, $2.50
Wolfe Corset & Lingerie Shop
Messimer's Sweets For Christmas
ca With Christmas but a few days off your
yt eLj time for choosing a gift is short. Why not
make it a box of candy—Messimer's can
y*siil dies? We have them from one-half to five
>. pound boxes.
Our chocolates are all we say they are—
good and pure with a rich heavy coating of
■ ■ " Our bon-bons are delicious, all our own
make and fresh from our kitchens every day.
We have a variety of homemade taffies, including the
heavy Walnut, Peanut, Almond, Cocoanut. Also the
light taffies, comprised of Butter Scotch and old-fash
ioned Yellevv Jack Chewing Taffv.
We would suggest to our trade to place orders early for
Salted Peanuts and Almonds <-
Special for the Week-End and the Holidays
Chocolate Straws, lb 6o<*;
Peanut Butter Straws, II) 60£ ;
Filled Mint Straws, lb 60^>
The House of Homemade Sweets
Third St. at Briggs. v
An Ideal
sr' V Christmas Gift
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UNDER furniture, all around it, searching
out dirt and dust from difficult corners,
goes Premier—doing better cleaning
1 in less time and with less effort.
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It's as satisfactory for one-minute crumb clearing
H around the dining table as it is for a thorough cleaning 1
g of the whole house. And it keeps the home bright and
p clean ALL the time.
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I Come and see the wonderful things Premier does
how it saves several hours each week time you can
and should spend in the enjoyment of life. Premier is
inexpensive convenient terms if you desire them.
See Demonstration —Sold by
Premier Service Co. Miller & Kades
200 X. Court St. 7 X. Market Sq.
Captain Henry R. Behrens, of the
Coast Artillery Cforps, stationed at
Fort Sherman, Canal Zone, arrived
in the city last evening to spend a
month's leave with Mrs. Behrens
and their little daughter, Marie-
Eouise Behrens, at 810 North Second
announces the opening of a Studio
for Piano Instruction at 106 South
Street, Harrisburg. Special atten
tion given to children. The Virgil
Clavier System of Techrdcs taught.
Consultation may be arranged by
calling Bell Phone 537-J.
Mt. Holyoke Girls Return
For Christmas Vacation
Following the close of Mount
Holyoke College for the Christmas
holidays, which extend front Decem
ber 18 to January 9, several of the
girls are returning to Harrisburg
for their vacation. Miss Mildred C.
Esbenshade and Miss Ruth Esbcn
ahade will spend the vacation at their
home in Hershey; Miss Eleanor May
and Miss Margaret May are staying
in Hartford, Conn., at the home ot
their uncle, the Rev. E. C. Harnish;
Miss Anne Hershey, Miss Pauline V.
Kast, Miss Charlotte E. Ferguson
and Miss Virginia M. Downea are
returning to this city for the holi
Tin; Place to Buy Your
Xmas Caudles, Clicap and Fresh
Small Clear Toy, lb. ....40c
Hand-made Clear Toy, lb 13e
Peanut Brittle, lb !lOc
Cocoanut Bonbons, lb 4!ic
Chocolate Cream Drops, lb. ...4T>c
Assorted Chocolates, lb 4ile
Walnut Hash, lb KOc
Peanut Hash. lb. BOc
A nice assortment of fancy box
We also havo a fine selection of
tree ornaments, toys and novel
Sunday School Orders Solicited.
1305 Market Street
Dr. George Schantz
I'lilliidclphin Kyc.lght Spn'lalinl
Will personally bp at
310 Mnrket Street, front Dee. 17th
i I'ntil Saturday, Dee. 20th,
HOURS: A. M. to 8 P. M.
I will personally examine the
eyts by my modern system and
fit you with Guaranteed Glasses,
all complete, as low as
Shell Frames and Prescription
Lenses at very .low prices during
this Sale.
Do not miss this opportunity to
have your eyes examined by a
graduate of many years' experi
Dr. George Schantz
(Second Floor)
Over Wm. Strouse Store,
llnrrlshure, I'n.
Philadelphia Ofllec: 8 S. 00th St.
Mil <li nml IVnn St.s., Hriullnß, Pn.
SHI Hnmilton St., Allcntowit, I'n.
You save a Dollar on the
Slippers you give from
our Store—a better Klfft
for less money—our low
eipeiiue makes this po**i
ble. We offer you a splen
did selection of Gift Slip
pers In nil the wanted
$1.49 to $4.00
Our Women". Slipper, nt
$2, $2.50, $3, nre particu
larly fine In both Style
trad Material.
Arctic, for men apeelnl
-1 ly priced nt $1.40 —a very |
practical gift. /j
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Victor Records
_____ _____
For Christmas
A gift that goes straight to
the heart of every music
lover who has a Victrola.
Stop in and hear the De
cember Records. We'll
gladly play them for you.
P. M. Oyler
Music Store
14 S. Fourth St.
Store open evenings until
Students Entertain Last Even
ing at Attractive Holi
day Event
One of the most attractive) of the
holiday dances was the Harrisburg
Academy Christmas dauco held last
evening in the ballroom ot the
Penn-liarris with the Syncoputers
playing. The patrons for the
event were: Dr. and Mrs. Arthur
10. Drown, Dr. aild Mrs. Samuel
Tukey, Mr. and Mrs. Cnarles Dalil,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kunkel, Mr.
and Mrs. uscur Wickersnam, Mr.
and Airs. Howard ft. oinwakc, Mr.
and Airs. John McGuire, Mrs. Frank
Leib, Mrs. William Abbott and Atiss
Maria Jtife.
The committee comprised: John
L. Menger, chairman; Paul H. iiing
land, Edward Ml Green, J. Guylord
McGuire, Alwin J. Hottinger, Don
ald C. Brinser, Austin C. Starkey,
Frank R. Deih, F. Cassio Pomar and
Henry E. Smith.
Among those present were: Miss
Charlotte Carnahan, Aliss Rosa una
ShclTer, Miss Ruth Haslett, Aliss
Alice Virginia Cooper, Aliss Helen
Bowman, Aliss Virginia Shaar, Miss
June Beard, Miss Margaret Row
land, Aliss Katherine Stamm, Miss
Maude Stamm, Miss Esther Bishop,
Miss Virginia Bishop, Miss Pauline
Rife, Aliss Phuline Ritchie, Miss
Mae Gross, Miss Sidney Shaar, Miss
Cecelia Kunkel, Miss Nelle Payne,
Miss Eleanor Weaver, Miss Martha
Lawton, Aliss Marian Reinochl, Aliss
Marie Smith, Miss Louise Smith,
Miss Katherine Edwards, Miss Eve
lyn Dußree, Miss Florence Burnett,
Miss Mary Rockafeller, Miss Mary
Creighton, Aliss Marion Bretz, Miss
Elizabeth Leib, Miss Ruth Rife,
Aliss Esther Saunders, Aliss Patty
Robert Loose, William Rife, Jack
Kuhn, D. Shuler, Mowell Hawkins,
Edwin Good, Lawrence Rebuck,
Leonard Nailor, Beatty Rhincsmith,
J. Frank, James Milhouse, Albert H.
Stackpole. Arch Knlsely, Loy
Hempt, Frederick Schlicter, Paul
Starkey, Daniel Bacon, Austin
Starkey, Alwin I-lottinger, Kenneth
Sweeney, Roy Garman, J. Gaylord
Maguire, Hallott Day, H. Elmore
Smith, James Mersereau, Dewiglit
Ludington, John Wilcox, William
Abbott, Sidney Milnor, Samuel
Gregg, Bennethum Hillegas, Charles
Stewart. John Hunter, Jack Waller
stine, Donald Brinser, Charles
Stewart, Jahu Hunter, Jack Waller
stine, Donald Brinser, Charles
Rouse, William Bennethum and
Lewis Kunkel.
Seiler Students Hold
Candle-Light Program
The annual candle-light program
of Christmas carols was given this
afternoon at 4.30 o'clock, by the
choral classes of the Seiler school,
assisted by Miss Margaret Kennedy,
'cellist; Miss Aida Kenedy and Miss
Mary B. Robinson, pianists. Mrs.
Wilbur F. Harris is director of
choral singing at the school, with
Miss Alice A. Graydon as accompan
ist. The program follows:
Processional, "Adeste Fideles"
(sung in Latin), seventeenth cen
tury; "Break Forth, O Beauteous
Heavenly Light," Bach; "I Think I
Hear the Sleighbells Ringing,"
"Noel," Holmes; ancient carols,
"There Iss No Rose of Swych Vertu,"
English, fourteenth century; "Carol
of the Birds," Bas-Quercy; "Carol
of the Flowers," Bas-Quercy; "Lis
ten, Lordlings," Gascon, sixteenth
century; "Les Voisins," old French
carol, Gevnert Collection; "Devo
tion," Popper, Miss Kennedy; mod
ern carols, "The Cradle Song of the
Virgin Mary," Barnby-Gow; "The
Air Is Filled With the Echoes,"
Morton; "Christmas Secrets," Gay
nor; "The Kings From the East Are
Riding," Sullivan; "The Virgin at the
Manger," Perilhou, Mrs. Harris;
"Eyes So Bright," recessional, "A
Child This Day Is Born," traditional.
Dance To-niglit
This evening the students of the
school will hold a Christmas dance
at the school. Miss Alice Virginia
Cooper is chairman of the general
Essays in the Colonial Dames' an
nual contest were submitted this
morning to the prize committee by
students of the Camp Curtin Ju
nior High school. The committee
for the Dauphin county committee,
Colonial Dames of America, com
prises Mrs. -Mabel Cronise Jones,
chairman; Miss Catherine Eglo,
Mrs. Robert HolmeS and Mrs. Marlin
E. Olmsted. The subject of this
year's essay is "Harrisburg Then and
Now," meaning the city as it ap
peared in Colonial days before 1776
as contrasted to the Harrisburg of
Miss Pearl H. Kerns started for Chi
cago to-day expecting to remain
there with friends for a fortnight,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Hoffman
went home to Pittsburgh this after
noon following a week's visit among
relatives in this vicinity.
Miss Katharine Andrews, of 1606
State street, is leaving to-night for-
Wellesley, Mass., to attend the wed
ding of a former classmate.
Miss Celeste Wagner went home to
Cleveland to-day after a week's visit
with relatives in this vicinity.
Frederick Huston and Kenneth
Stark, State College men are home for
the Christmas holidays.
Miss Helen Hawes, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. George E. Hawes, 127 State
street, returned to-day after an ex
tended visit In Cincinnati and other
points in Ohio. Miss Mary Hawes is
home from '-he Western College, Ox
ford, Ohio, for the holiday recess,
Stewart McCalley a student of the
Carnegie School of Technology, Pitts
burgh is spending the holidays with
his mother, Mrs. J. B. McCalley, in this
Mr. and Mrs. Hartley M. Bowers
went home to Chicago to-day after a
v/eek's visit among relatives in this
Elliott M. Young, of Brooklyn, is
visiting liis relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert M. Gager, of Pcnn street, for
j the week-end. m
We have just displayed a large
1 number of new pictures, all Ameri
can as there are no new pictures
coming from abroad. The largest
assortment In tlie city and our many
years of experience and thorough
knowledge >f pictures are a guaran
■ teo of satisfaction not equalled any
; place In the city. Our framing de
partment is fully stocked and the
work Is unequalled in Central Pa.
; We will guaruntee to finish all or
ders up to Christmas. If you have
never had a picture framed here try
j just or.-e and we will accept your
Tales of King Arthur ,
Told to and Boysi
The Harrisburg Public Library will j
give to the boys and girls of tbe city :
a series of stories of "King Arthur,!
ant' his Knights of the Round Table." j
Sidney Lanier says, "Perhaps no boy i
Will deny that to iind the world still
reading a book which was written
over five hundred years ago is a very
wonderful business. Nevertheless, the
same qualities which made a manful
lighter then, make one now: To speak
the truth; to perform a promise to the
uttermost; to treat high and low with
courtesy; to maintain right and hon
Boys and girls from the fourth to
the eightli grades ar,e invited. Begin
ning December 22 the stories will be
told every Monday at 4.30 p. m.
Joseph F. Lucas left this afternoon
for his home -n Newark, N. J., to re
main over Christmas.
Four and one-half pounds of strictly j
fresh mixed nuts for $2.00. Single;
pound. 45 cents. Real Jumbo peanuts J
roasted fresh daily at 25 cents per
pound at the Imperial Tea Company,
205 Chestnut street. —Adv. ,
fe For Mother's jjj
M Christmas m.
|J: Have you noticed how
V-e Dad or Mother sometimes j !
fS peer over their glasses /fj,'
f \ while reading the eve-A,
•I T ning's paper? That means :
SSv their glasses no longer lit j
■SL-tf their eyes. To wear them *2",'
longer is dangerous. Why j:.. ;
not give them NEW J
A:' GLASSES for Christmas? A
j ! They'll thank you each.#"
day of the year! J
j J. S. Belsinger |
i I I'rnn-HiirrlN i
-31* Norlli Third Street. J
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| V. Optical
t ' Service
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GIFTS? You ttnd them by the hundreds at the Art and Gift Shop!
Indeed —the store is so full of a number of things. "I'm sure we
should all be as happy as kings." Happiness as applied to kings is
entirely out of style, I know, but just the same, the old nursery rhyme is
called to mind by the pleased expressions on the faces of gift-seekers in
this most surprising shop. I only wish I could mention all the articles
shown. That being impossible, I shall satisfy myself with a few, say, for
instance, candlesticks, book-ends, illuminated parchment mottoes, tea
sets, vases, breakfast sets, electric boudoir lamps and all sorts of novelties
ONLY five more days 'til Christ
mas add still no gift for that
discriminating friend. Well,
perhaps I can help you. Just let
me think, Oh, I know just the very
thing—a lovely Italian plaque. Mr.
Saltzgiver has a choice selection re
cently received from abroad. Or,
if that Is not exactly what you want,
how would artistic altar candle
sticks do instead? Then too, I
might suggest your photograph or
better still a visit to the Saltzgiver
Art and Antique Store where the
gift that is "different" can always
be found.
DEAR ME, what a good time Old Santa Claus must have! And how
well he stocks his' many branch hbuses! Take, for example, the
Marianne Toy Shop, on Locust street. One wonders how he ever
thinks of the never-ending variety of gifts he shows us there. Wise old
fellow that he is, he has remembered everyone from the baby to the big,
growing boy. For the latter, there are miniature chemical sets —per-
fectly safe, of course —with test tubes, chemicals and ever? litmus paper.
For little girls there are "Little One's Baking Sets," with tiny bags of salt
and flour, a box of baking powder and all necessary articles, including a
baking book and rolling. In addition there are hundreds of things that
simply can't be mention-ed here for lack of space.
{{fTVIER'S just one thing I want
I for Christmas", declared a
pretty young Miss several
days ago. . .
"And what is that?" X ventured
to inquire.
"A Louis neckpiece," she prompt
ly replied. , .
"A Louis neckpiece? I repeated,
thoroughly mystified.
"Yes " she explained, A neck
piece made by Louis, the Ladies
"Oh," I laughed, "I thought per
haps you were speaking of a new
sort of fur. But why so particular
that it should come from Louis'
"Because" she replied, I know
it's sure to be genuine then."
Not such a bad reason, is it?
I OVERHEARD a conversation in the "movies" several days ago that
amused me considerably. Three met? in the seats back of mine were
discussing Christmas gifts. "What do you suppose your wife will give
you, Bob?" inqutred the first. "I'll never tell you," answered the one ad
dressed as Bob, "but I wager it will be a gift worth receiving. You see,
it's this way: About a week ago began 'pumping' to And what I
wanted. Well, since she asked, I told her. That is, I didn't exactly des
ignate the article, but I did most tactfully state that McFall's are showing
the best line ever of bathrobes, neckties, reefers and gloves. I guess I
mentioned initialed handkerchiefs, too. And, believe me, boys, I hope
she takes the hint, for you can't beat McFall's for quality."
6 Qt. Steel Enamel Princess Kettle
Steel Enamel Double Roaster
With a Purchase of
-4 -| C 1 1 LB - BAKING POWDER
Make Xmas like olden times; use a pound of Good
Coffee. Don't let any person change your opinion. Come
where it's right or your money back.
Grand Union. Tea Store
208 North Second Street.
Mr. and Mr*. Ross A. Hickok are
home from, New York bringing with
them their daughters the Misses Jan.!
unci Louise Hickok students of the
Wcstover school,. Massachusetts.
Stouffer's Restaurant
Come In mid one of our
hoin* -rooked I'liincrs. Von liuve
!.". to (Kmlicm lo Helect from.
Dinner counlmlm of one MOiipt one
metit. tw# VfKotnblcN, one entree,
one dcuNCrl, iM>ifee. tea or cocoa.
A trial will make you a plcnued
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Keep a basket of
• luscious, health fu 1 '
Fruit handy. 'Twill
ward off doctors'
hills and put a
j healthy glow in the
children's cheeks.
Fruit of every char
acter is here in gor
geous display.
Barana-Fruit Co.
209-211 Chestnut St.
IT isn't everyday that one finds a
frock as all to-gether attractive
as a certain little afternoon gown
just arrived from New York to swell
the number of beautiful garments
already displayed in the Cloos Shop.
Perhaps the very fact that it's a
Dreeoll model accounts for its rare
charm. Indeed I'm almost sure it
does. Fashioned of lustrous, black
charmeuse, cleverly beaded with
steel, it boasts all the latest features
of the very smartest gowns. With
short sleeves and a cleverly draped
tunic skirt, the blouse effect in front
loses itself in a f loppy butterfly
sash in black. As for being reason
ably priced—well, to ask less would
almost be a reflection against the
I wish I knew the reason why so
many women finding buying gifts
for men such a difficult task. It
seems almost amusing considering
the many possibilities from which
they have io choose. In fact, in the
Army and Navy Shoe Store alone
there are enough suggestions from
which to make a choice for almost
any man. First in the list comes big,
warm gloves followed closely by
hosiery of all sorts —including the
heavy woolen variety—bedroom slip
pers, and shoes, shoes, shoes! That
growing lad, in addition to his less
useful gifts, would surely appreciate
a pair of heavy shoes for school, the
kind that all boys love to wear this
snowy weather:
DECEMBER 19, tviy.
!Xmas Flowers |
Laurel Wreaths • • . 30c #
Boxwood Wreaths . . . . $3.00 up 1
Magnolia Wreaths $2.00 up W
Baskets of flowering plants and ferns,
$3.00 up |
Poinsettias $6.00 per doz. up v
Roses—the finest $2.50 per doz. up [
Narcissus $1.50 per doz. |
Keeney's 814 N. 3rd St. ij
ottt t * t ®
1 JT ....OF USEFUL GIFTS.... £
* LADIES' WAISTS $1.25 to $12.50 W
JV SILK UNDERWEAR $1.39 to $9.98 A
T HOSIERY to $3.50 X
CAMISOLES 98£ to $2.98
T BRASSIERES 50£ to $1.50 X
- 31LK GARTERS 49£ to $2.98
EXTRA SPECIAI Ladies' Silk Hose; W
jfa. worth $1.50; Holiday Special 69£
5 North Fourth Street *
A Pleasant Shop to Know Ahont A
o£it& £ & £ 0
Get Them Pure and Fresh ju
fby\) Xmas Candies \
We zealously maintain the 4
w, high quality of our own make. !j
J BpPjsjp* 25 VARIETIES |
ft" p Cocoanut Caramels m
jf: | . "lI.TT"V%."FI Candies 5 Different : J
X IvANDY All Kinds Kinds tj
ft' ' large variety, fresh and A TT m
It finely flavored. A Splendid Variety
I IS" Foss' Quality and Premiere Chocolates jg
I MAYER, 304 Broad St. \
• '
i This Customer Came :
o 100 Miles to Buy jj
o at My Shop. j
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V And she lives in a fashionable suburb of Q
0 a great city many times larger than Har- 1
A risburg. The other day she walked into •
• my shop; purchased a winter wardrobe z
y and announced upon leaving that she'd re- u
0 turn within three months for her Spring |
A outfit. She became interested in my place I
• through the enthusiastic praise of a Har- ?
risburg customer. 0
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V Now what influenced this woman! I 0
0 think there were two reasons. One is that 0
A my operating expense is so low that I can Q
x give better values than she can secure in *
V her own city. She was shrewd enough to •
0 figure this out for herself. And the other, ®
() she frankly told me, was the care and dis- 0
Q crimination my girls display in helping Q
• customers make their selections; and 21
5 about which she had been told. ;
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. Anyway, it surely reflects credit upon •
0 Harrisburg doesn't it? that it can §
0 draw business from a hundred miles away. 0
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A This Store Will Be Closed Every Evening rc

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