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Hundred Volumes Received For
Use of Members; Addresses
on Care of Books
Library Day was
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afternoon at the Har
ris Street United
Evangelical Sun day
school for the pur
pose of replenishing
**l * the llbrar y- The book
It IcMw reception was most
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. ildV ° nearly one hundred
books and ?14.86 In
kL'JIM£N- being received,
■LjIIiJJHBL which will he used for
KiJI nIBBI the pure haslng of
A special program
Musser, the superintendent, presided
xt the session. The Rev. G. F. Schaum,
(jastor of the church spoke on "The
Inspiration of Books," and Miss Eliza
aeth A. Drum, one of the teachers of
the young men's Bible classes, deliv
ered an address on "The Care of
Books." The committee in charge of
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! the program and book reception is
composed of John M. Lappley, E. S.
Schilling', John Hertz, Elizabeth A.
Drum and Mrs. Claude Batdorf.
The following is a list of the titles
of books and names of donors:
"The Shepherd of the Hills," Mrs.
John M. Lappley; "Margery Merton's
Childhood," Mildred E. Donmoyer;
"German Gardner," Emma Lorenze;
"The Square Dollar," "Boys' Wakeup,"
Frank Schwartz; "Orange and Green,"
"Pike and Dyke," Paul Schwartz;
"Building Boyhood," Dr. S. C. Swal
low; "George at the Fort," "George at
the Camp," "George at the Wheel,"
the Kev. G. F. Schaum; "Pilgrim's
Progress," Pearl Dresse; "Against
Wind and Tide," Mrs. William Dum;
"Onoe Upon a Time," Mrs. V. W. Stan
ford; "Tommy Keenan," V. W. Stan
ford; "The Door in the Book," E. S.
Schilling; "The Rumsellers' Daugh
ter," Mrs. E. Strine; "The Calling of
Dan Matthews," John Lappley; "Bat
tles of the Republic," V. W. Stan
ford; "The Oak Leaf Series," V. W.
Stanford; "Donovan," Charles Jones;
"The Hunter's Cabin"; "The Hermit,"
"Elsie'B Holidays," Mrs. Sarah Hubtfr;
•Under Drake's Flag," F. E. Musser;
'The Winning of Barbara Worth,"
Elizabeth A. Drum; "In Freedom's
Cause," Blaine Gingrich; "Tom Swift
and His Great Search Light," Carl
Gingrich; "The Fair God," Mrs. C. A.
Gingrich; "Faith Gartney's Girlhood,"
Daniel Handshaw; "Alice in Wonder
land," "In u New World," Caroline
Boyer; "A Queer Race," "Sheer
Pluck," Mrs. Coyle; "Congo Rovers,"
Mrs. Florence Smith; "Emmy Lou, Her
Book and Heart," Mrs. Lily Stuckey;
"Capin Eri," Mrs: Ida Spangler; "Gold
Elsie," Margaret Matthias; "The Lion
of St. Mark," F. E. Musser; "The Lit
tle Lame Prince." Ralph and Ray Gar
ber; "Hand on Teaching," "Diamonds
Unpolished and Polished" "A Brand
Plucked from a Tree," "Martyrs to
tjie Tract Cause," "On the Mountain
Division," "On Holy Ground," "Open
Letters to Primary Teachers " "Aman
da Smith's Own Story," Mrs. R. Dubs;
"Aunt Charlotte's Bible History,"
"Stories of a Country Doctor," Dorothy
Spangler; "The Drummer Boy," Elsi'e
Smith; "With Alice in India," F. E
Musser! "Jack Harkaway in America,"
Erma Bolze; "Parables of Life," Philip
Jonea; "Only an Irish Boy," Clarence
Palmer; "Young Explorer," "A Rough
Shaking," "The Boat Club," "Helping
Himself," "The Caah Boy." "A Debt
of Honor," "Young Musician," "Walter
Sherwood's Probation," "Tommy the
Tramp," W. S. Roebuck; "The Man
From Glengarry," Ruth Lappley; "The
Barrier," Russel George; "The Sub
marine Boys," Wesley Stanford; "Allsa
Paige," Russel George; "Chester
Baud," W. S. Roebuck; "Edgar Allan
Hoe," "Laddie and Miss Toosey's Mis
sion," "Frank and Fearless,"' "Paul
Prescott's Charge," W. S. Roebuck;
"Joel, a Boy of Galilee," Paul Don
moyer; "Anna Tombard," "Flower o'
the Orange.'' John Hertz; "The Hard
Kock Man," William Hertz; "And>
Gordon," "Strive and Succeed." "Tin
Box," "A Cousin's Conspiracy," "Al!
Aboard." "Bob Burton," "The Bo\
Aviators In Record Flight," "The Mo
tor Boys Across the Plains." "Youns
. ner," W. S. Roebuck; "The Sher
rods," Mrs. John M. l.apolev.
Cash received: Wesley M. Foltz, $1
Emma Swartz, 25 cents; Doroth.
D im, 25 cents; Harvey and William
Dum, 25 cents; Samuel Mehatfle, 25
cents; I. P. Bowman, $1; offering.
$11.56; total, $14.86.
Plan Concert. —The St. Augustine
Episcopal Church Is making arrange
ments to hold Its flf'S Orand Star con
cert In the Chestnut street auditorium
on April 14.
ONLY 10 CASES 111
List of Causes For Hearing Tomor
For New Trials
which will'be held
Jacob Snyder vs.
Louise M. Snyder, divorce, motion for
a new trial; Leah Goldsmith and John
Weaver vs. William B. Schleisner, mo
tion for a new trial; Commonwealth
vs. J. G. Bonawltz, rule to set aside
maintenance order; Aaron Wilbert, A.
N. Matchett and C. N. Miller, each
against John Harman, motions to take
oft non-suits; Dora Fishman vs. Bertie
Brown, rule to open Judgment; David
Shapiro vs. Geo. W. Charters, rule to
open judgment; H. H. Engli* vs. H. S.
Earhart, rule to set aside levy.
Captain Lumb's first Job. —Captain
George F. Lumb, the youngest mem
ber of the Dauphin county bar, trans
acted his first business in court to-day
when he asked President Judge Kun
kel for a proclamation In divorce for
Ella M. vs. Harvey Brlghtblll.
Will Build Two Houses.—Building
permits to construct two 2 % story
brick houses at 2218 and 2220 North
Fifth street, were granted to-day to
the MacWillliams Construction com
pany of this city. The new houses
will cost $6,000.
To Transfer Glen House License.—
Permission to transfer the liquor
license now held by Richard J. Budd
at the Glen House, Lykens, to Samuel
E. Blyler, same place, was asked to
day of President Judge Kunkel.
BEHEAD "BLUEBEARD OF GER
By Associated Press
Frankfort on the Main, Germany.
March 23.—Carl Hopf, the druggist of
this city who has been named the
"Bluebeard of Germany" was be
headed today for murdering his fa
ther, his first wife and his two chil
dren. The accused man was found
guilty of the charge In January and
also of attempting to murder his sec
ond and third wives and several other
COMMUNITY fHfTItCH IM.AN
ADOPTED lIY CONFERENCE
By Assocint'd Prcsr
Pottstown, Pa., Mnrch 23.—The re
nort of the Philadelnh'a City Mission- i
arv nnd Church Extension Society,
which suggested the advisability of or
ganizing' community churches regard
less of nationality, was adopted at to
day's session of the annual Philadel
phia conference of the Methodist Epis
The report of the conference board
of Sunday schools showed that great
progress had been made in securing i
scholars and conversions.
Station Men Tied With
Ropes; Cash Drawer Is
Robbed of More Than SSO
By Associated Press
Pottstown, Pa., March 23.—A bold
holdup was pulled off at Phoenlxville
station on the Reading Railway about
2 o'clock this morning. Four men ap
proached John F. Coener, the night en
gine watchman, and commanded him
to hold up his hands. He compiled. He
was then seized, bound from head to
foot and carried to a passenger car.
The night ticket agent, William H. Hlg-
Kins, was bound with-ropes and carried
to the passenger car in which Coener
had been placed.
The four men then returned to the
station, forced open the money drawer,
from which they secured between SSO
and S6O in cash. They then tackled
the safe in the office and were
blowing it open with nitroglycerine
when they were discovered by the
nlirht officer of tlie town and they de
Best Spellers Among Adams
County Scholars Win Prizes
Special to The Telegraph
, Gettysburg, Pa.. March 23.—0n Sat
urday afternoon the first annual spell
ing match was held In the courthouse
to determine the champion spellei
among Adams county's public school
children. The match was conducted
by County Superintendent H. Milton
Roth and was won by Miss Lillian
Weaner, of Menallen township. On
Saturday, March 14. spelling matches
weru held in each district of the
county, In which all public school
scholars were Invited to take part, and
all making an average of 95 per cent,
or over were eligible to enter the con
test on'the 21st. One hundred and
seventy-six entered the contest and
prizes were awarded as follows: First
prize, $5 in gold, Lillian Weaner,
Menallen township; second prize, $2.50,
Edith Sheely, Gettysburg; third prize,
$1.50, Lillian Kltzmlller, Gettysburg;
fourth prize, Webster's Dictionary, Ed
win Mummert. Abbottstown; fifth
prize, a New Modern English Illus
trated Dictionary, Blanche M. Stoops,
DUET IS DEADLOCKED.
Tokio, March 23.—The Japanese
Diet was prorogued today by the em
peror owing to the Inability of the
House of Peers and the House of Rep
resentatives to agree on the appropri
ations for the navy. The lower house
had reduced the naval estimates by a
considerable sum and the House of
Peers afterward further diminished
them but this was not agreed to by
the House of Representatives and a
MADAME CAII.I.AUX IS TAKEN
BEFORE PARIS MAGISTRATE
By Associated Press
Paris, March 23.—The reappearance
before the Investigating magistrate of
Madame Calllaux. assassin of Gaston
Oalmette, arousfd great interest In
Paris to-day. She was taken from the
Paint Lazare Prism to the Palace of
Justice in custody of a number of de
tectives. Strong dguards were place
In the vicinity of the low courts to
THOMAS SOIJ.INGER I>EAD.
Thomas Sollinger, 728 South Second
street, Steelton, died this morning at
the Harrisburg hospital. Bollinger
was 62 years of age. He was taken to
the hospital the latter part of January
suffering with a fractured hip which
he received In a fall on an icy. pave
ment. He died from heart disease.
OFFICER WILL BE
PROVIDED IN 1914
Commissioner Bowman Says S9OO
Item Will Go Back Into
The S9OO provision for the salary of
an assistant health officer will be put
back into the city budget for 1914 at
to-morrow's session of City Council,
according to Commissioner Harry P.
The item had originally been in
cluded, but was cut out by a 3 to 2
Commissioner Bowman, sponsor
for the measure, declared that he was
aiming at economy as well as effi
ciency in trying to create the position
In view of the fact that the city would
save much money over and above
what is now paiil for the handling of
For the last six weeks the city has
had to provide for the treatment of
smallpox patients at $lO per day and
thus far the expense has totaled more
than S4OO. Before the sick folks are
released the city will spend all told.lt
is estimated, close to S9OO.
I)r. Kitzman to Be Appointed
Commissioner Bowman's plan is to
appoint Dr. Allen T. Ritzman, the
present smallpox physician, to the job
at times when there is no smallpox
to handle, the assistant health physi
cian will look after scarlet fever, diph
theria and other contagious diseases.
The ordinance creating the position
of police captain at $1,200 a year, and
providing for the appointment of a
captain and five additional policemen
will be offered to-morrow, too.
Police Captain Ordinance In
The captain it is generally expected |
will be Joseph P. Thompson, a former
Lay Lines to Make Good
With Housing Conference'
Letters were sent out to-day urging '
the co-operation of Governor John K. j
Tener, Dr. F. E. Downes, superintend- •
ent of city schools, and of local min
isters in making a big success of the
Ftate Housing Conference, April 6-8.
Governor Tener will be asked to
make the address of welcome to the
200 or more delegates by a committee
including Mayor John K. Royal, Sam
uel B. Rambo, State superintendent of
public buildings and grounds, and Her
man P. Miller. Dr. F. E. Downes will
be requested to arrange for meetings
in the Central and Technical high
schools. Ministers will be asked to
preach appropriate sermons April 5.
The program in full will come out next
week. Sessions will take place in the
Market Square Presbyterian Church.
Headquarters will be In the church
$6,0C0 Loss in Fire
at Junk Warehouse
A fire believed to have been of in
cendiary origin at the warehouse of
the Capital City Junk Company, |
Christian and Hancock streets, entail- I
ing a loss o? $6,000 and three false ]
alarms, kept the firemen b.usy Satur
day night and part of yesterday morn
The warehouse was gutted. The con
tents were valued at $4,000 and the
building at $2,000. The members of
the firm are Abe Friedman, Harry
Zukerman, and Morris Baturin. In
surance on the building and contents
amounted to $2,000.
ASKS NEW TRIAD
Prior to the opening of March term
of surety and desertion court this
morning Edward G. Smith, the Ingle
nook youth who is accused of having
murdered his aged grandfather, John
Bush, was brought into court while his
counsel, ex-District Attorney John Fox
Weiss, asked that the trial *be con
tinued until June term. Mr. Weiss
had been ill with an attack of grip and
could not try the case at this time.
Deaths and Funerals
Funeral services for Vernon Ruffus
Mlnnis, better known as "Buck" Min
nls, one of Harrlsburg's best known
mall carriers who died Saturday morn
ing at his home, 922 Penn street, will
be held Wednesday afternoon at 2.30
o'clock. The Rev. Dr. John D. Fox,
pastor of the Grace Methodist Epis
copal Church, assisted by the Rev. C.
H. Grove, pastor of the Green Street
Church of God, will otflciate. Burial
wil be made in the East Harrlsburg
cemetery. The Knights of Malta will
hold private funerad services for Mr.
Mr. Minnis to-morrow evening at 7.45
o'clock at the house. The organiza
tion will be out In a body.
ED. SNYDER'S MOTHER DIES
Edward Snyder, drummer of the
Majestic Theater orchestra, this morn
ing left for WilUamsport where he was
called by the death of his mother.
Mrs. R. R. Snyder. Mrs. Snyder has
been bedfast for seventeen months as
a resule of a fall.* Funeral services
will be held Wednesday afternoon at
Wllliamsport where burial will also
be made. Mr. Snyder will return to
this city Thursday. During his ab
sence, Thomas Wagner will take his
plac in the theater orchestra.
Funeral services for James A.
Gochenour, eight year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Gochenour, 18 26
Briggs street, who died Saturday
morning at the home of the parents
will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock. The Rev. Ellis N. Kremer,
pastor of the Reformed Salem Church,
will officiate. Burial will be made in
the Harrisburg Cemetery.
Sara Katherine Slentz, aged 5 years,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M.
Slentz, Jr., 517 South Fourteenth
street, died last evening at the home of
the parents. Funeral services will be
held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The Rev. Thomas Reisch, pastor of the
Christ Lutheran Church, will officiate.
Burial will be made In the Paxtang
MRS. BLOCKER DIES.
Mrs. Anna Bushey Blocker, aged 59,
of 2140 Penn street, died Saturday
morning at the Keystone Hospital.
The body Is to be viewed this after
noon and evening at the funeral
chapel of Undertaker T. M. Mauk and
Son, Third and Boyd streets. Burial
will be made at Benderville tomorrow
Chester Donohor, aged 16, son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Donohor, 1911
Moltke street, died Friday evening at
the home of his parents. Funeral ser
vices will be held this evening at "f.30
o'clock. The body will be taken to
Marysville tomorrow morning for
MRS. AIILER DEAD /
Mrs. Nora Adler, aged 39, colored,
of 1211 Monroe street, died this morn
ling at the Harriaburg Hospital.
BENTOit STABBED TO
DEATH IS FINDING
OF BRITISH CONSUL
Percival's Report Is Result of In
vestigation Made by Him For
Washington, March 23. —British
Consul Perceval's official report on the
killing of William S. Benton at Juarez,
received at the embassy here to-day
says "no pistol shots" were fired In the
£ght which ended in the ranchman's
death, leaving the inference that he
was stabbed. I
i Consul Perceval's report was the
result of his Investigation conducted
at the order of Sir Cecil Spring- ice,
the British embassador. It does not
make Rny definite charge as to the
manner of Benton's death, further
than to establish that It was not by,
shooting as was first sai 1 by Villu, !
who explained that the Englishman i
had been executed by u firing squad
after court martial. Friends of Benton
on the border charged that Villa him
self had shot the ranchman with a
The broad inference that Benton
was stabbed is regarded as especially
significant in connection with other
information here that the constition-1
alist commission which investigated'
the affair has found that Benton was
stabbed by one of Villa's officers, who .
is expected to be tried for the crime. I
Consul Perceval's report also states
that Benton went to Villa, unarmed
anrl to protest against the theft of his
cattle, and that finding agrees with
the contentions of Benton's friends.
I Austrian's Pretty Wife
! Saves Him as Alderman
Sees Her Photograph
Charles Ross, an Austrian, was
sleeping with two countrymen in the
! Reading station last night. He was
; Imprisoned and this morning the three
'appeared before Alderman Charles
j Kmmett Murray. Ross ppleaded tear- i
I fully that he must support a wife and
baby in the old country. Therefore,
"you no send me to jail," he pleaded.
"Well, if your wife isn't pretty,
back to jail you go," said the alder
The Austrian produced a picture.
Alderman Murray looked at\the dark
eyes and the mouth laughing up to
him from the bit of pasteboard. "You
may go, he said. They went.
Proposes Employment of
Soldiers and Sailors to
Construct New Railroad
By Associated Press
Washington, D. C., March 23.—Em
ployment officers and merf"of both the
army and navy in the construction of
the Alaskan Railroad or any other pub
lic work authorized by Congress was
proposed in a bill introduced to-day bv
Representative Bailey (Democrat), of
Pennsylvania. The bill further stipu-
I lated that "civilians shall not be em-
I ployed In or on any such work until
. the military and naval establishments
can no longer supply the officers ana
I men necessary to carry It forward with
Carlisle School Head Is
Silent on Defense Plans
Special to The Telegraph
Carlisle, Pa., March 23. Moses
Friedman, suspended superintendent
of the Carlisle Indian School, expresses
himself to friends as confident of a
vindication when his case come up be
fore Cato Sells, Commissioner of In
dian Affairs, next Tuesday; but, act
ing under the advice of counsel, he
refuses to discuss his defense for pub
lication. He Is affable, but reticent,
rejecting all overtures with the In
formation that his case is now in the
hands of W. U. Hensei and that he has
on right to talk. He is silent, as silent
as most of his neighbors have been up
the present time, and that Is just about
the limit of quietude and mute cogi
Mutiny Is Threatened
Among Female Prisoners
L)y Associated Press
Paris, March 23.—A mutiny was
threatened to-day among the 800 wo
men incarcerated in the St. Lazare
Prison, all of whom object to the
granting of so many privileges to Ma
dame Caillaux. The punishment cells
. of the jail are filled with refractory
women, who continue to shriek pro
tests against "discrimination."
K. G. SEGNER DEAD
E. G. Segner, a former Harrlsburg
jeweler, died at his home in Williams
town this morning, aged 40 years. His
wife and mother, Mrs. J. W. Durbin,
survive. The body will be brought to
Harrlsburg Wednesday morning and
will be taken to Palmyra for burial.
Mr. Segner at one time conducted a
store in North Third street near Cum
COAL MEX IN CONFERENCE
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, March 25.—The bitu
minous coal operators and miners ol
Central Pennsylvania resumed their
conference regarding an increase in
wages and other concessions here to
day, but little was done with the ex
ception of organizing.
TENDERLOIN CLOSED; FEW
Closing up the "red light" districts
Colonel Joseph B. Hutchison to-day
said has caused a falling oft of 50
per cent, in Saturday night arrests.
VERBEKE SCHOOL REOPENED
After having bt_.:i, closed for a week
because some of the children were sus
pected of having scarlet fever, the
Verbeke street school building was
reopened this morning.
TO INSPECT HEADQUARTERS
The annual inspection of the head
quarters of the Eighth Regiment, Na
tional Guard of Pennsylvania, will be
I held this evening by Colonel M. H.
' 'iaggart, inspector of the Fourth Bri
COTTON IS DESTROYED
! Bombay, India, March 23.—Cotton
valued at $2,50U,000 was destroyed by
fire to-day. It was stored in sheds on
ISRAEL DAVIS ILL.
Israel C. Davis, aged 79 years,
father of Felix M. Davis, superintend
ent of the Harrlsburg Railways Qom
pany, is quite ill as a result of a stroke
which occurred at 8.80 o'clock this
morning. Mr. Davis resides at comer
of Summitt street and the Jonestown
road. Dr. C. C. Stevens, the attending
physician entertains little hope for i
Davis' recovery. |
Quirk Relief for Coughs. Cold* and
Hoarseness. Clear the Voice—Flat tor
Speakers and Singers. 25c.
OORGAS' DRUG STORES
II N. Third St. Penna. Station
We will move to 32 North
Second street, on or before April
Ist, and In order to save moving
our entire stock, will sell all
Floor Coverings at reduced
Harrisburg Carpet Co.
231 NORTH SECOND ST.
An attractive apartment in the
Arcade Building, having four rooms,
bath, and kitchenette. Rent $45.00 a
Union Real Estate Investment
Room 403 Franklin llulldtng
212 LOCUST STREET
One of the best located
grocery stores in the city—
good opportunity for the
right man—financial require
ments about $4,000.
BELL REALTY CO.
' SIOO,OOO '
In amounts .of SI,OOO or
more on first mortgage on
good city property, for 5,
10, 15 or 20 years; repay
able monthly, quarterly, or
annually in Instalments like
Debt cancelled and mort
gage satisfied in case of
Full information fur
nished on request.
Kiss E. L, SHAVER
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company which will treat you
Just right at all times When you
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List of Properties. Call,
Phone or Write for it. It
Will Be of Use to You.
Frank R. Le b Son
Real Estate and Insurance
Office, No. 18 N. Third St.
Offers the following property
No. 1006 N. Second St., 3-
story brick dwelling, 10 rooms
and bath; all improvements.
No. 209 State St., 3-story
brick dwelling, 9 rooms and
bath; all improvements.
No. 1411 and 1413 N. Third
St., 3-story brick dwelling, 7
rooms, gas, water in kitchen.
Fine Brick Residence facing
Square, New Cumberland, Pa.
Front porch, side entrance, all