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FOR ALL C. V. CARS
Charging Stations Are Being Built
at Foot of Third and Fourth
Plans for substituting electric tn
itead of gas lights in all the day and
'ullman coaches are being completed
>y the Cumberland Valley railroad
md within a few weeks It is hoped to
lave all the cars equipped with elec
The current will be furnished by
to rage batteries attached to the cars
—and these will be charged at certain
>eriods at "charging stations" now
lelng erected at the foot of Third and
fourth streets, and which will be Bun
dled by electricity from the Harrls
>urg Light and Power company's
With the inauguration of the elec
rical lighting system on the Cumber
ind Valley practically all the main
ailroads entering this city will be
irovided with this style of lllumlna
lon. The trains on the main line of
he Pennsy use electricity. Some of
>'hlch is generated by the steam from
he locomotives, but most of which is
upplied at charging stations by the
seal electric light company.
The method of charging the trains
i much like that adopted in automo
lle garages for supplying the elec
ric runabouts or trucks with the
Juice." The cars are drawn up to the
harglng machine and the current is
arned on, the amount at one time be
ll? regulated according to the nun.ber
r hours that car may remain at the
Record Pension list.—Seventy-one
mployea of the Pennsylvania Rail-
Dad, Including a general superlntend
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TUESDAY EVENING, lIABRISBURG TELEGRAPH APRIL 28, 1914.
ent and an assistant to a vice-presi
dent, who was a former general man
ager, were retired on pension during
the month of April, according to an
announcement made yesterday.
Trains Will Stop.—An order for the
tribute to the late x>resi:lent of the
Reading Railway company, George F.
Baer, was Issued to-day by R. J.
Stackhouse, superintendent <f the
Harrisburg division, and is as lollows:
"As a mark of respect to the mem
ory of our beloved president, George
F. Baer, this is to instruct that at the
hour of the funeral, 2 o'clock to-mor
row, Wednesday afternoon, April 29,
1914, all trains stop and all work be
suspended for one minute." A similar
order was issued on other divisions.
All the shops of the Reading sys
tem will shut down at noon and the
general office of the company in Phil
adelphia will be closed at 10.30 a. m.,
the hour funeral services are to be
held over the body of Mr. Baer at his
late residence in Philadelphia.
Standing of the Crews
Ilarrinhurg Dlvlninn —lo4 crew first
to go after 12 p. m.: 125, 124, 114, 103.
Fireman for 103.
Flagmen for 104 106, 121.
Brakemen for 103, 117, 123.
Engineers up: Moore, Henniclte,
Reltz. SniPltzer, Bissinger, Slmmlns,
Liefevcr, Heindman. Speese, Albright,
Downs, Sellers, Smith, Brook. Hull,
Wolfe, Kains, McGuire, Gross, Hubler,
Martin, Gehr, Peck, Gallagher, W. C.
Firemen up: Warfel, Duphey, Reno,
Henry, Myers, Dinley, Walkage. Beh
ninn, Tennant. Grove, W. B. Myers,
Manges, Achey. Shive, Copeland, Hor
stiek, Killian, Hartz, Fisher.
Conductors up: Rapp, Fesler, Hoar.
Flagmen up: Carrigan, Gahrett,
Bruhl, First. Sullivan, Banks.
Brakemen up: Boltozer, Coleman,
Kope, File, Mclntyre, Dowhower. Dear
olf, Stehman. Watts, Wiland. Moore,
Hubbard, Brown. Dengler.
Middle Division —l2l crew first to go
after 12:30 p. m.: 19. 115, 27, 17, 25. 15.
24, 22. 26, 18. 28, 16.
Preference: 1, 5.
Engineers for 115, 24, 22.
Fireman for 115.
Conductor for 24.
Flagmen for 115, 24.
Rrakeman for 17.
Engineers up: Smith, 'Willis, Ben
nett. Briggles, Hummer, Garraan, Ulsh,
Kugler, Webster. Kauffman, Steele,
Clouser, Doede, Free, Knisley.
Firemen up: Murray, Arndt, Master
son. Wagner, Gunderman, Bortol, Kohr,
Snyder, Malone, Sheaffer, Knaub, I,i
Conductors tip: Cummlngs, Patrick,
\\ leand, Wenrick, Muckler, liberie, Fa
Flagman up: Boyer.
Brakemen up: Mellinger. Walk
Stambaugh. Putt. Adams, Klstler, Delhi
Musser, Bolden, Ilarner. Edwards, Eley'
McNairht, Klick, Walmer, Vanzandt!
Pipp, Eicliels. Quay. Stahl, Fleck.
Yard Ctenn —To go after 4 p. in.'
Engineers for 186!). 707.
2393*"954 n f ° r 1869 ' 7 ° 7, 1768, 118 1820 '
Engineers up: Shaver, Dandis, Beck,
Harter, Biever. Blosser, Mallaby, Rodg
ers. J. RSnyder, Doy. Meals, Stahl
Swab. SIIKS, Crist, Pelton, Harvoy
Firemen up: Bartolet, Getty. Hart
Barkey, Sheets Eyde, Keever, ' Knupp!
Haller. Ford, Maeyer. Klerner, Craw
ford RaucliSchlefer. Weigle, Lackey,
Cookerley, Sholter. Snell.
Philadelphia DUixlon—2o4 crew first
to go after 1:13 p. m.: 247, 201
252, 211, 208, 208, 214. ' ' -- 5 '
Conductor for 203.
Flagmen for 204, 2JI.
Brakemen for 204, 208, 231 23"
Conductors up: Pennell, De'tom"'
Flagman up: Snyder.
Brakemen up: Waltman. Shular Car
roll. Lutz. Malseed. Fair Hivner
Wert J!, Desch. Arment, Rench
11®: loi.Vii/lo#. 108,
Engineer for 109.
Firemen for 11!>, 109.
Flagman for 122.
for 123, 114. 118, 120, 101,
56 E !?*& U V after 3:45 P - m - : B2 ' 65 '
K.in o ? d Hinon, Ph "^aum,
Engineers up: Woland. Morrison,
Fetrow, Maslmore. Bonawitz, Glass
ev ernan ' pe * Wyre - Tipton, Fort-
Firemen up: Ely, King, Chronister,
Murray, Moyer, Snader, Halbera, Steph
ens, Rumbaugh, Hollenbaeh, Aunspach
Dowliower, Harman, Bingaman, An
ders, Miller, Viewing, Leitner. Brown
Bowers, Moyer, Bishop, I,ex.
Brakemen up: Strain, Fieagle, Gard
ner Kuntz, Maurer, Smith. Martin,
Taylor, Hoover. Miles, Stephens, Hell
man, Creager, Gardner, Mumma, Hartz
Hess. Cook, Straub, McQuado Dyblic
On Thursday evening, April 30, in the
Technical High School Auditorium.
Tickets may be secured free at the
J. H. Troup Music House. 15 • South
Market Square. This concert intro
duces the greatest musical instruments
of the age—The Edison Diamond Disc
Phonograph and the Stoddard Amplco
Electric Player Piano.—Advertisement
BUY GRMjLIROOM FIXTURES
John A. Rose and T. M. Kelker
went to Philadelphia to-day to select
llxtures for the new grillroom to be
opened at Rose's, corner Second and
Dauphin County Court Will Hear
Cases on Thursday
ft Ob .1 e c tions to
i the legality of the
A nominating petl
' ffit tions of two can-
Ad Ida te s in the
JK/tsi fourth senatorial
» JwgfjXSxsA dlat rll and to
i JoblßMun three in the Six
-6 iJmmiWiW teenth Pliila del
a gjIHJUUUUIU I ltlia assembly dis-
STI triet have been
added to the four
contests aire ad y
listed for hearing by tho Dauphin
county court on Thursday. In the
Fourth district E. W. Patton has at
tacked the legality of the Republican
nominating petition of Frank C. Reed,
alleging that a number of the signers
are not qualified by residence to sign
the papers and that some of them
are not Republicans. The senatorial
papers of George D. Evans, candidate
for Socialist nomination have been at
tacked by James McCloskey. The Six
teenth district contests have all been
started by Representative James A.
Dunn who is a candidate for renoml
nation. He attacks the papers of
George B. Cooper, Thomas E. Comber
and Charles Edward Wood, all candi
dates for Republican nomination, al
leging that signers are in a number
of cases not qualified by residence or
party affiliation and that the papers
are invalid. The other contests are
from Luzerne, Schuylkill and Alle
gheny counties. That is Luzerne is
against the Democratic senatorial pa
pers of C. W. Kline in the Hazleton
To attend Funeral. —Governor Ten
er and a number of State officials will
leave to-night for Philadelphia to
attend the funeral of George F. Baer
Measures All Right.—A set of brass
weights made by Gillard Dock in 1800
was tested yesterday by Chief of
Standards Sweeney and found to be
correct. They turned up in Adams
Registration Day. Numerous in
quiries have been made at the Capitol
about the registration to-morrow. It
applies only to third class cities and
is for those not registered or who de
sire to make changes.
Public Service.—The Public Service
Commission will meet here on Tues
day when the lirst of a series of hear
ings will be lield.
New Charters. —The following State
charters have been issued: Scranton
Dental Company, Scranton, capital $5,-
000; llygrade Powder Company, Phil
adelphia, capital $10,000; Potteiger &
liainley, Inc., painting, Philadelphia,
capital $10,000; Electric Laundry
Company, Fountain Hill, capital $20,-
000; Filler Machine Company, Phila
delphia, capital SIO,OOO.
Big Increases. —Two Pittsburgh ho
tel companies to-day filed notices of
big increases of capital stock and debt.
The William Penn Company increased
stock from $5,000 to $1,600,000 and
from nothing to $3,. ~0,000 and the
Fort Pitt Company stock from SBO,OOO
Visited Museum. — Governor Toner
to-day visited the State Museum build
ing and went through the Library and
Museum, paying particular attention
to the battleliags which are to be re
moved to the Capitol rotunda in June.
It was the first time the Governor had
enjoyed an opportunity to make a
good inspection of the Hogs. The com
mission in charge of the transfer will
meet on May 12 to arrange details.
liOeal Charter.—A State charter was
granted to the Shearer Realty Com
pany, of this city, with a capital of
$5,000. The incorporators are .T. L.
Shearer and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shear
New Policeman.—John Rice, of
Philadelphia, has been appointed a
Capitol policeman to succeed John J.
Sixty-five Suits.—Dairy and Food
Commissioner James Foust to-day di
rected that sixty-five suits for viola
tion of the pure food laws should be
instituted in various parts of the
State. Several 01 them involve the
sale of "bleached" flour. This is de
clared to be contrary to State laws.
In New Quarters.—John P. Doho
ney, investigator of accidents, has
taken the office of the State Bureau of
Standards on the first floor of the east
wing of the Capitol. Chief Sweeney
has gone to the Department of Inter
nal Affairs suite in the north wing.
Awaiting Call. —While brigade com
manders are urging men in command
of subordinate organizations to hurry
along the enlistment of their com
mands to the maximum and talking
about organizing cavalry and artillery
commands men at National Guard
headquarters are awaiting the call to
active service. It is said that no or
ders have been issued to recruit to
150 men for each infantry company,
although it is known that such will be
required. Colonel L. V. Rausch is at
Mt. Gretna preparing for company
quarters for 150 men each.
In Washington General Mills said
no orders had been received relative
to the possibility of issuing a calj for
volunteers and that the Militia Divi
sion is going ahead, with its routine
work, getting everything In readiness,
so that if the call comes it can be
complied with promptly.
The expense of mobilizing the State
troops, it was explained by General
Mills, would be borne by the federal
government, although the State will
attend to the transportation of -the
soldiers In the first instance. Later
the States will be reimbursed for this
expense by the general government.
HEARD ON THE "HILL •
Congressman A. L. Kiester, of the
Westmoreland district, was at the
Senator J. 11. Thompson, of Beaver
Falls, visited the "Hill."
Thomas B. Eckard, of this city, has
been commissioner a special policeman
for the Pennsylvania railroad.
Investigator Dohoney is in Phila
The county of Philadelphia paid
$13,000 as State tax on loans to-day.
PVBLIC MEETING AT AWVILLE
Special to The Telecrapli
AnnviUe, Pa., April 28.—A public
meeting of the citizens of Annville
was held in the town hall on Monday
evening, called principally for the pur
poses of considering the oiling of the
streets this summer. Dr. D. M. Rank
was chairman of the committee which
unanimously decided to oil the streets
of the town this summer under the
snme ;is last ye«r. The citizens will be
asked to clean the streets one week
prior to the application ul' th» oil.
NEED NEW SCHOOL IN
At Special Meeting of Directors
Thursday Plans For Building
Will Be Discussed
At a special meeting of the school di
rectors of Swatara township, Thursday
evening, plans will be discussed for
relieving the congested conditions in
the schools and estimates on a new
building or an addition to one of the
present buildings will be received.
For several years past the popula
tion of Swatara township and the
number of scholars enrolled on the
schools has Increased rapidly. The en
rollment has now become so large that
the housing facilities are severely
taxed. The directors have appointed
a committee to suggest plans and to
prepare estimates as to the cost of a
new building or an addition.
One of the plans talked of is the
erection of a new central high school
some where near the center of the
township. Another plan is that a six
roomed addition be built to the present
Enhaut school. Both plans will be
thoroughly discussed Thursday even
The committee to secure estimates
consists of W. I. Espenshade, W. H.
Horner and Dr. D. W. Schaftner.
OLUB TO ELECT OFFICERS
The Fortnightly Club will meet this
evening at the home of Miss McGinnis,
Fourth and Walnut streets. The pro
gram for the evening is as follows:
Roll call, friendship election of |
officers, discussion, "What Have 1
Learned This Year?"
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geesey, Swat
ara street, spent Sunday with relatives
Jacob Yosolowlts was a business
visitor to York Friday.
Claire Baker spent yesterday with
friends in Carlisle.
hMIDDLETOWTS- » • I
PARTY FOR DAUGHTER
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McLenegan en
tertained in honor of their daughter,
Miss Nora's seventeenth birthday.
Games and music were followed by
refreshments. Among the guests were:
The Misses Rebecca and Louise Mc-
Lenegan, Edna Updegraff, Olga Oren
dorf, Anna Mack, Estella Crider,
Helen Dougherty, Ruth Espenshade,
Ruth Conrad, Sadie Rutherford, Alice
Fager, Merle Sipe, Edith Ryan, Nora
Conrad, George Wolfe, Carl Mathias,
Albert Myers, James Myers, Earl Mil
lard Russell Wliisler, Eli Metzler,
Charles Sipe, Stephen Sipe and Mrs.
GET NEW ORGAN
The new pipe organ for the United
Brethren church arrived yesterday.
It will be placed in the church at
once and will be dedicated with elab
orate ceremonies some time next
Frank Slack and Clyde Gerberich
spent Sunday in Stoverdale.
Miss Edna Hippie, Miss Elsie Rei
ser and Miss Mary Reiser visited in
Miss Alva Gingrich, of Hummels-1
town, was the guest of Miss Naomi
Roy Balmer, stenographer at the
Middletown car works, is ill at liis
home in Ellzabethtown.
Charles Lutz and John Rlale were
guests Sunday of friends in Eliza
Miss J'earl Slack, of Ann street, is
visiting in Reading.
Miss Elsie Hatz spent the week-end
Mrs. Ellen Beaverson has returned
from a month's visit in New Cumber
Walter Stipe has returned to Ills
home at Lorain Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. William McNair have
returned to their home in Pittsburgh.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Longnaker en
tertained the B class basketball team
of the Central grammar school at
their home in South Second street,
Friday evening. The evening was
spent in games and music. Refresh- ;
ments were serv.d to Miss Jane Wag
ner, Miss Catherine Stehman, Miss!
Sarah Wiglield, Miss Blanche Gibbs, I
Miss Margaret Weaver, Miss Pauline;
Ziegler, Miss Corine Meals, Miss Aza
lea Wigfleld, Donald Landis, Donald!
Stouffer, Russell Behman, Tony Dona- I
tella, Paul Jones, Donald McCauley, I
Melvin Krout, Clarence Moyer, Miss
Amelia Pottelcher, Mr. and Mrs. John
Gibb, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Longnaker.
BURY NICK SKOMAC
Funeral services over the body of
Nick Skomac, who died of indiges
tion yesterday, were held from his
late home, 104 Chambers street, this
afternoon from St. Nicholas Servian
Orthodox church. Burial was made in
the Baldwin Cemetery.
West End League Head
Names Playground Men
Working on its plans for more play
grounds in that part of the city the
West End Improvement Association
awaits a conference of a committee ap
pointed to-day witli M. Harvey Taylor,
superintendent of parks, who will be
asked to suggest available sites.
President Robert E. Enders named
the following committee: 8. E. Gar
land, B. H. Jenkins and B. E. Taylor.
Washington, D. C., April 28.—Fed
eral quarantine against Maine pota
toes, effective August 1, next, has been
declared by the Department of Agri
culture, It was announced to-day, be
cause of the prevalence of powdery
scab. After August 1 no common or
Irish potatoes can be shipped out of
Maine except under regulations of the
Department of Agriculture.
SAYS DEATH WAS ACCIDENTAL
S. B. Kurtz, the Chambersburg man
who was found nearly asphyxiated in
111? room, at 127 South Third street,
when the gas was turned on, died last
evening at the Harrlsburg Hospital.
Following an investigation Coroner
Eckinger said that the man's death was
ARRESTED FOR THEFT OF TEAM
Frnnk Panders :t; John >•; :
arrested last evening by Samuel C.
Cunkie, special otticci lor tin. .-.ociety
For the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani
mals, charged with stealing a team
from the stable of W. H. Lathe, Fifth
and Woodbine streets, and reckless
driving. They were committed to (nil
for a healing before Alderman Mur
TURKS HIS DICK MID
Abraham Spooner Loses Horse and
Carriage; Police Have
Found No Clue
When Abraham Spooner, of 812
South Third street, turned his back for j
a few second last evening, the horse
and carriage in which ho had been
Spooner returned from a drive about
9.30 o'clock last evening. At Buser!
alley and Highland street he alighted I
from the carriage to let the horse walk,
the few yards into the stable, as it was j
accustomed to doing every time'
Spooner returned from a drive.
Spooner started for his house to!
get a lantern. When he returned,
scarcely a minute later, to unhitch
the horse, it was gone. So were two j
men whom he had noticed standing on 1
Hastily calling an olllcer. a search I
was started to locate the team. So I
far, however, neither Spooner nor the,
police have found a clue that might
help locate the missing team.
The description as furnished the'
police follows: Bay mare; white star
on forehead; light hind leg white;
weighs from 1,200 to 1,300 pounds;
15 years old; top buggy has left "arm"
broken and wrapped with wire; har
ness, plain black.
Judge Brumm Can Not
Attend P. 0. S. of A. Rally
All arrangements for the second an
nual rally of the camps of Dauphin
district of the Patriotic Order Sons of
America, to be held in the Steelton
Trust Building this evening, have been
completed. Representatives will bo
present from eleven camps. An elabo
rate program has been prepared. The
meeting Is open to members only, lie-1
freshments and a smoker will follow j
United States Senator Penrose will
be one of the speakers. Judge Brumm
sent word this morning that an en
gagement to speak in Philadelphia this
evening would prevent him from ac
cepting the invitation to attend the
rally and make a speech.
Glee Club Meets. —The Steelton
Glee Club will meet this evening at
the home of William Crump, 40 South
Preparing Water Hills. Borough
Secretary Charles I'. Feldt and his
assistants are busy preparing the semi
annual statements of the water de
partment to be mailed May 1.
W. C. T. IT. Meets.—The Women's
Christian Temperance Union will meet
to-morrow afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Miller, North Fourth street.
Will Hold Festival—-The Ladies' Aid
Society of the First Methodist Church
pill hold a pie and cake sale in the
social room of the church, Friday
evening, May 1.
I#fe?VE ß ]
CLAUDE M.MOKR.M£i I
n WRITE OR WIRE YOUR RESERVATION^.,
S. S. POMEROY
Market Square Grocer
Indian Hlver Florida Orauges are
delicious this week, per do*,en,
Fancy Grape Fruit, 3 for 25c
Fresh Strlnglcss Henna, l A peck, 30c
I.arge 2-lb. bunehea Asparagus, 85c
Prime New Potatoes. */a peck, 3fic
l.argc Pineapples of llae flavor,
Fancy Splnaeh, Mt peck 15e
Head I.ettuce 10c
Rhubarb, bnnch 10c
Fresh Tomates. lb 15c
25 Ilia. Granulated Sugar 91.10
All articles regularly aold at 10c
each, tbla month, 3 for 25c
ISamcly—Cainpbell'a Soups, Ilelnr.
Baked lleaus, Canued Vegetables,
Mother'* Oala, Manner Lye, Fancy
Illce, Kellogg'* Toasted Cora
Imported Sviias Cheeae, lb 30c
Fancy Thin Skinned Mulr l'cacbea,
2 lb. for 25c
Creamery llutter, lb 33c
Good Santos Coffee, lb 25c
Coffee that will please anyone at,
Ivory, Fels, lied Seal Soaps, 0 for
l-HI Hoffer's 3«c
l-KI Pastry Flour 32c
1-1)1 Gold Medal and Ceresota. . . 41c
■ BUSINESS LOCALS
[.Should not overlook the fact that a
' good linoleum is the best covering
lor thek Itchen and bathroom floors.
It is easily kept clean and a good qual
ity will last for years. Housecleanlng
time is a good time to lay it. We have
several grades, handsome designs,
modest prices. Harrisburg Carpet
Company, 32 North Second street. —
A GOOD ONE
Here's a man's genuine Elk Skin
scout shoe, with what is called an ln
; destructible sole, with a full length
lace stay. You could not find the
same value for less than $2.50 In any
other store. While they last our price
will he $1.98, which Is a real surprise.
20th Century Shoe Co., 7 Market
When a person Is really hungry
hey are looking for satisfaction and
here is a place to find it. Our food is
of the best quality anil cooked and
served as you wish and at satisfactory
prices on the ala cart plan. Lunches
lit nil hours. The Busy Bee Restau
rant, 9 North Fourth street, near
IMA FIRST AID
TO SICK STOMACHS
Distress after eating, belching of gas
and undigested food, that lump of
lead feeling In the stomach, sick head
ache, biliousness and lack of energy,
indicate dyspepsia. Now —at once—lb
the time to remove the cause and atop
Mi-o-na is the remedy. Surely get a
box of these health-restoring tablets
from any druggist to-day. Their ac
tion Is safe, effective and Immediate.
Besides quickly stopping the distress
Ml-o -na soothes the i Hated walls of
the stomach and strengthens the gas
tric glands so that they pour out th«ir
dally supply of digestive materials —
your food Is promptly digested and
assimilated, the entire system Is prop
erly nourished—you feel strong, enor
getlc. and perfectly well.
Mi-on-a Is not an experiment—is
not a cure-all—lt's a scientific remedy
recommended only for indigestion dis
tress and out-of-order stomachs. These
health-giving and harmless tablets aro
a household remedy keep them
handy whother at home or traveling.
Always sold by H. C. Kennedy, on the
money back If not benefited plan. You
can surely afford to try a fifty cent
box f Ml-o-na on this basis.—Adver
BY A SPECIALIST
"I have the greatest trouble with
correspondents who Insist on using
common, worthless depilatories or want
the torturing barbarous electrical
needle applied for killing their super
fluous hair," says Mme. Chamtnade in
Milady's Boudoir. "More mental and
physical suffering Is caused by these
abominable methods than you can Im
agine 1 have carefully investigated
and tried a new and simple method
that never falls to remove all signs of
hair completely and painlessly and
without Injury to the skin or complex
ion. In a surprisingly large number
of cases it has destroyed all trace of
hair so that It has never returned In
fact I must caution my readers that It
must not be applied to hair that they
do not wish totally destroyed. It Is
called "Mrs. Osgood's Wonder," being
named for a well known woman who
arranged for It to be put on the mar
ket after It had succeeded In entirely
eradicating all trace of her own very
distressing growth of hair on chin, lip
and arms, which everything else had
failed to touch.
Mrs. Osgood's Wonder Is quite Inex
pensive; you can obtain It from Ken
nedy's Medicine Store, or any up-to
date druggist or department store, on
the guarantee of your money back, If
it fails. Ask for it by name, "Mrs.
Osgood's Wonder": a signed guarantee
comes with every package.—Advertise
ONE WEEK OF FUN
K* ""MAY 11
Auspices of the
Loyal Order of
Lot 6th and Division Sts.
Leon W. Washburn's
Sensational free acts, Including
Mis* Klnia Meier, In her one hundred
foot high dive, and Mile. Morok, In
the sensational "Death Swing," con
certs by a Ladies' Military band, and
an unexceptional arruy of amuse
ment novelties. Including
WASHBVIIN'S TRAINED WILD
A Trip to the Moon
The Beautiful Diving Nympha
Dog, Pony and Monkey Circus
The Ulant Motordrome
Oklahoma Bill's Wild West
And a Dozen Other Features
Two Months More
of 50c Cheaper Coal
The new scale of coal prices
that went into effect April l!
will continue through May;
and June and you can have
your bins filled with
at a saving of 50c a ton on
Broken, Stove, Egg and Nut.
H. M. KELLEY & CO.
1 N. Third St.—loth & State Sts.
| A Full Set ft C£
I of Teeth,
a JtOTE P
Jj Come In the morning. Have
J ycur leeth made the same day.
I Plate* repaired on short nolle*,
I'AI.N LESS DENTISTS
SlO Market Street,
a Open Days apt! Evening*