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SECOND SECTION SATURDAY EVENING,
pages 9 TO 10 HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH MAY %m*
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IS LARGE II) DAUPHIN
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David Gordon 1270 |
Julio C. Nisslcy 2085 I
Wallers. Young IS 15!
Gifford Pincliot 052 '
Governor — i •
Charles Brtimni 152
William l»ra|M'r I.cwis 553 j
Lieutenant-Governor — |!
smith 058 j
Secretary of Internal MTairs—
Fred I". Lewis 966 I
Buplc) 051 I
Watson 800 f
Congress, Eighteenth District—
.lolmi 11. Krelder 951 \
K.I s. Mi I arlatitl 022
lrn It. Itchier SOI |
Assem 1)1 >. District—
•lames Baltnt 183 j
U ilniiT i row . t7t> j
William linker ...... 157 I
Jolin 15. Martin 110
Henry lludd 1189
\. Miieliell Palmer 3150,
Vanee C. MeCormlek ...... 3482 1
Michael •!. Kyan 1376
1 .icu tenant-Governor—
William T. Creasy 3125
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FARMERS' EXCURSIONS '
Tuesday, June 2 Thursday, June 11
Special Train Leaves
Special Train Leaves Harrisburj? . . 7.00 A. M.
Uarrisburtf .. 7.33 A. M. Tickets $3.00 round trip.
Bold, good on special
Low rate tickets on sale train, leaving Chambers-
Rt principal stations be- burg ».30 A. M., stop
tween Coatesville and fand Val^y C Stations'
Friday, June 12
Special Train Leaves
Harrisburg 5.46 A. M.
Proportionate low fares from points <>n
Middle Division West to Tyrone, in
Returning, trains leave State College.... 5.30 P. St.
$3.00 "VJ.r.l' $3.00
See Flyers Consult Ticket Agents
John E. Jenkins 1173 ,
Secretary of Internal Affairs—
William X. McNalr 1800
William T. Meclilillg 63-1 j
George 11. Rowley 1009 !
Caton 2201 j
Black 1585 1
Crlliy - 7721
Powers .">6O j
Taylor 813 ,
Congress, Eighteenth District —
l>. 1,. Kaufman 2532,
Charles S. Pri/.er .1901!
Israel J. Bonner 990 ;
Howard O. Ilolstein 1198,
Edward Moeslein : 31331
John K. Royal 3103!
Assembly, ilrst District-
Samuel T. Ivinslnger 10271
„ Jesse J. l.ylvarger 1710
Calder It. Sliammo 829,
Jobn \. Marshall 1212!
Harry It. Sassaninn I 107 1
D. \\. Scha finer 1385!
Frederick W. Whiteside .... 122 j
J. B. \llen 121
I ilcu tenant - • »o\ erni >r —
IYeJ. J. Tholler 121
Secretarj of Internal AOn Irs*-
Hobert B. Rugler 121
Edwin W. Hayden 115
W . S. Greeley 115
Charles Sehl 115
Congress, Eighteenth District—
,l. Milton lliaeh 122
D. S. W'enricli 121
Assembly. First District—
I I>. S. Wenrich 7
Howard E. G'Sell 55
J. Ji. Voder 53 !
I Second District —
! Edward 1,. Kowe 651
1 John P. Sclilessman 63
M. 1\ liockin 32 i
M. 11, Stevenson 31 !
11. J. W halen 33
. C. W. 11. Smith 33
James J. Patton 31
It. B. Pike 31
I S. Harper Smith 31
Congressman. Eighteenth District—
W. J. Edieman 32
John 11. Dougherty 32
T. 11. Hamilton 33
Assemblyman, First District—
Wllnier Crow 17 !
riiiliin Reed 11;
Assemblyman, Second District—
Aaron Daniels 10 I
Thomas 11. Zeiling IK
I President Judge George Kunkel, of
the Dauphin county court, polled
i nearly 10,00u more votes for the nomi
nation of justice of the Supreme Court
than did his nearest competitor, Judge
Endlich. Judge Kunkel's total vote
was 10,681. Following is tHe total of
tin nonpartisan judge-ship ticket.
1 Supreme Court—
Kintncr 118 •'
| Robinson 71,
Walling 46 j
I Wiihelm 295
, Superior Conrt—
Clark 2739 |
Fuller 1202 !
l'rather 921 ,
Trexler 5132 1
NOT MANY STRIKERS
B. F. R. E. Members Will Worship
in Body Tomorrow at
Church of Christ
1 Headquarters of the Brotherhood of
] Federated Railway Employes, 1334%
North Sixth street, were almost desert
! Ed to-day.
A meeting last night wound up in a
| secret session which was attended by
•President Pierce of the B. F. B. E.
I and members of the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen,
land Brotherhood of Railroad Train
| men. What was done at this meeting J
1 was not stated. A report will be made 1 ,
|to the various local lodges at their|
j regular meetings to-morrow after-j
I noon. I
' President Pierce returned to Harris-1
I burg last evening from a trip through
Nanticoke, W'ilkes-Barrc and other
Members of the Brotherhood of
Federated Railway Employes will wor
ship in a body to-morrow morning at
11 o'clock at the Church of Christ. 1
Fourth and Delaware streets. The|
Rev. F. J. Stimson, pastor, will preach,
taking for his subject, "It is Easier for
a Camel to Go Through the Kye of a
Needle Than For a P.ieh Man to Enter
JUDGE KUNKEL WINS
OUT OH EUDLICU
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| cause that produced the successful re-1
"The campaign for the Fall will be j
vigorously prosecuted, and we feel that j
when all the people know Judge Kun
kel and his record, there will be no I
doubt of bis election."
In detail the vote for Judges Kun- t
kel and Endlich in the sixty counties!
that have so far reported is:
Counties. Kunkel. Endlich. l
j Adams 063 126 1
; Allegheny 3 594 2365
j Armstrong 495 219
I Bedford CKti 4041
Berks 6;!tf 12832'
ir 1812 8611
Bradford s:)0 173
Bucks 2 i 43 2195!
Butler 326 2181
Cambria 101! 9061
Cameron 125 49.
Carbon 740 9631
Center 974 656 \
Chester 1413 1509
Clarion 296 292'
Cleartieid 110.) 824!
[Clinton tlaa 165
I Columbia 757 556
• Crawford 71 221
Cumberland 2577 612
[Dauphin 10461 923
j Delaware ....
I Elk 203 156
'Krie 117 1251
I Fayette ....
I Forest 44 59
Franklin 1223 728
I Fulton 191 113
j Greene 193 157
j Huntingdon ....
Indiana 54 1 195
'Jefferson 1200 301
I Juniata 509 227'
Lackawanna 2556 2744
Lancaster 1933 2230'
Lawrence 393 197
I Lebanon 1653 1669
j Lehigh 1613 556S
| Luzerne 4256 2284
I Lycoming 972 723
I Mercer 392 455
| Mifflin 892 323
■ Monroe 302 ' 576'
Montgomery 1947 2615
Montour 940 101
Northampton 2137 2551
Northumberland .... 901 743
Perry 1261 218
Philadelphia 1454} 13969
Pike 201 1151
| Potter 139 203
iSchuylkill 1930 2210
Snyder 572 260
I Somerset 532 264
Sullivan 150 102
Susquehanna 803 257
Tioga 651 210
Union 425 212
I Warren 153 158
Washington 412 451
Wayne 257- 167
Westmoreland 2056 1262
Wyoming 190 211
York 2554 1688
Totals 81884 7318S
His Love For "Rag Time"
Gets Him Into Trouble
Stolen Goods Was Chiming "Oh! That Rag Time Sherlock
Holmes" When Detective Nabs Him
His love for "rag time" music got
Clarence Garman, of HGO South Front
street, Steelton, into :i peck of trouble
Carman was chatting with Squire
Gardner in the latter's office early in
the evening. In the course of the
conversation he told the squire that
he was very fond of music—particu
larly "rag time."
About an hour later there was a
telephone call to the squire's office to
CROW SAYS STATE 1
No Doubt in Mind of State Chair
man About Victory in
"Republicans of Pennsylvania have
reason to be gratified with the out
come of the popular primaries," said
Chairman William E. Crow, of the He-1
publican State committee, yesterday!
afternoon. "The pronounced majority
given to each of the nominees on the
State ticket foreshadows party victory
in November. The State committee
was absolutely neutral in the primary
election contests, but now that the
Republican voters have indicated their
preferences, it is the duty of the State
chairman and those associated with
him to leave nothing undone to insure
a splendid Republican victory in the
"There will be a meeting of the
newly-elected State committeemen,
probably early in June, when plans
will be agreed upon to strengthen the j
party organization in every county and
to otherwise prepare for an aggreslsve
"It will devolve upon the State com
mittee to adopt a platform which will
emphasize loyalty to Republican prin
ciples and a purpose to insure a direc
tion of public affairs, local, State and
national, which will bo iu accord with
the traditions of the party for intelli
gent, honest and economical admin
"The State committee will also pass
upon the recommendations of the Re-!
publican national committee in the!
matter of a revision of the party rules I
to reduce the representation in na.-1
tional conventions from States and
districts where the Republican voters'
arc In the minority and to accentuate j
the desire for party harmony and]
party success in future national cam
paigns. There is no doubt that the i
recommendations will be heartily en-'
When asked regarding the proposed
visit of Colonel Roosevelt to Penn
sylvania in the approaching canvass,
Chairman Crow had nothing to say
I further than to remark, "X believe this
I is a Republican yer both in Pennsyl
vania and in tiie country at large.
"I look for a clean Republican
I sweep in this State in November," he
Sold to Tom Brown;
Jackson Is Retained
Special to The Telegraph
Wilmington, Del., May 23. George
M. Graham, president of the Tri-State
Baseball league, to-day announced the
sale of the Wilmington Tri-State club
to Thomas M. Brown by the Wilming
ton Baseball Association.
Brown will be backed by Wilming
ton banking interests. James T. Jack
son will continue to manage the club.
The purchase of the club by Brown will
mean the strengthening of the team.
AERONAUT IS BROWNED
By Associated Press
Alton, 111.. May 23.—Robert Cowan,
an 18 year old aeronaut, was drowned
in the Mississippi river here last night
when the balloon in which he was
soaring dropped into the stream.
DEBATE OX ANTI-TRUST BILL
By Associated Press
Washington, D. C.. May 23.—Gen
eral debate on the anti-trust bill in the
House was opened to-day by Repre
sentative Bailey, of Pennsylvania,
Democrat, who declared that the men
ace . f big interests lies in special privi
the effect that a phonograph had been
stolen from the store of Lewis Lcvitz,
South Front street. Levitss said he
believed Garman had the machine.
Detective Durnbaugh was sent
out to catch the thief. As he ap
proached Garman's boarding place, he
was greeted by the "raggy" strains
of "Oh. That Rag Time Sherlock
Holmes." Durnbaugh, who is some
kind of Sherlock himself, nabbed
Garman and he will be given a hear
ing before the squire to-night.
WILL HI APPEAL
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myself." Then he was led away to his
WiU Submit I/otters
The district attornep, it was learned
to-day, will submit to handwriting ex-!
perts a number of letters which he |
believes were written by Becker to j
the condemned gunmen during their j
stay in the Sing Sing deathhouse. j
These letters were turned over to the
prosecutor by the wife of "Lefty
Louie" Rosenberg after her husband's
death. They passed from Becker to
the gunmen, it is believed, between
the leaves of books of the prison li
brary. which are permitted to circu
late among the prisoners condemned
Although written in a disguised
hand, the district attorney believes
they came from Becker and he is
holding them in reserve for an oppor
tunity to use them as evidence against
the convicted police lieutenant in the
latter's efforts to obtain reversal of
judgment from the Court of Appeals.
When Police Fail to
Place Her Under Arrest
By Associated I'ress
London, May 23.—A raid on the
headquarters of the Women's Social
and Political Union, the militant suff
ragette organization was carried out
by tin police this afterncn. They
took possession of the offices and de
tained all the members of the staff on
After thoroughly ransacking the
rooms the police let all the officials
go except one woman.
There was no disturbance inside the
building but a suffragette who arrived
during the raid assaulted a policeman
and appeared to be greatly aggrieved
when he declined tc arrest her. The
public outside was distinctly hostile
to the women but a large force of po
licemen protected them.
Reaction Against Wilson
Special to The Telegraph
Chicago, May 23—Reports have had
it that business affairs on the Pacilicl
coast were so overstrained as to •be i
dangerous, but John J. Mitchell, pres-l
Ident of the Illinois Trust and Savings!
Bank, who has been at his Pasadena
homo for some months, expresses the'
opinion that that part of the country!
is sound and prosperous.
President Wilson is trying to do!
too much in a short time," said Mr.
Mitchell. "There will be a reaction!
against the present regime, and a goodj
part of it will come from his own
party. Underwood and Clark prob
ably are not altogether pleased to be
so submerged by the man in the White
House. It is probable the majority in
Congress will be reversed next Novem
LETTER CARRIERS TO HOLD
ANNUAL MEMORIAL SERVICE
When the local branch of the Na
tional Association of Letter Carriers
will conduct memorial services at East 1
Harrisburg Ceihetery to-morrow, Ed-!
win W. Walton, president of the local
branch will have charge and a quartet
composed of H. C. Jordan, George L.
Ebersole, R. K. Fortna and Fred ltean
Postmaster Sites and others have
been invited. Members of the order,
vho have died lire: Hummel Iluehler, i
Vernon R Minnis, Thomas F. Mum-i
«nn and Edward J Varnes.
FAIL TO DESTROY BKIDGK
Olasg.jw, Scotland, May 23. ■ — Th
failure of a tusse early to-day savci
tin? viaduct which carries half oi (.3 las
govt's water supply from Loch Kat
rino, 42 miles away. A watchman
while patrolling the vioduct noticei
some freshly turned earth. Ho mad
an investigation and discovered tw
powerful bombs with a half t>urr.e<
Keep them out.
Don't wait until
your house is tilled
with flies before you
think of screen doors
\\ sell lumber to
j make good, heavy
The kind you can
use for years without
United Ice & Coal Co.
Komlet ami Condrn .strectn
THE SUMMER PLAYGROUND OF THE NATION
.4 ,* Ci^.' B to™ o ™ Boardwalk. 60 f<»ot wide and 7 mllc« lone, !§ an attraction In
Itself, with Ita roiling chHirn, novelty shop*. Fumptuou* Imthlng cHtablMhuientfl. ocean piers,
etc. Gay and lively by day. hrllllantJy illuminated at night. Ocean bathing, silling, fishing,
golf, only a low of the tnany attractions and pastime**.
The Leading Houses
wlil furnish fxill information, rate#, etc., on application.
Hotel llennls The Hlirllmrne Hotel Chelsea
American Plan. European Plan. In the fashionable Chelsea
Open Entire Year. J. Weikel. Mgr. lection. Open All Year.
Walter J. Buzby j, )l. Thompson 4 Co.
<inlon Hall Hotel St. I buries '
Hotel and Sanatorium Open All Year. Henr A -.raell
F. L. You UK, Mgr. Kewlln Haines Co. iieni y Darnell
1 he I'eiinhurlt
Harlhorouuhßlenheim Hotel Strand Wm"l£'Hoodi
Both American and Euro- Always Open. Seaside House
L ns ,\ B. Off and Open All War.
Joslali W hiti ASonst ontpnny 11. C. Edward*. F. P. Cook's Sons.
Consult local ticket agent* for full Information
regarding railroad connections, time tallies, etc.
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tpVERY man who smiles
doesn't smoke, but every
man who smokes
King Oscar Cigars
can smile without much effort—it's the
way the quality makes him feel.
Regularly Good For 23 Years!
When Will You
It is a question that should con
v i cern you unless the saving of
I money is of no moment to yon.
If you buy coal in cold weather
iyoti pay Winter prices.
If you buy Kelley's Coal in
May or June you save 50c a ton
on Broken. Egg, Stove and Nut.
; Why lose that $5.00 or more
i when we arc willing to serve you
| with the best coal mined in
H. M. KELLEY & CO.
1 N. Third St.—loth & State Sts.
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Homelike hotels. Boardwalk attrac
tions. Best bathing 1 and fishing
Write immediately for full itiforma
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