Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, September 06, 1918, Page 9, Image 9

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Complication Arises in Fight
Over Food-Production
Washington, Spt, 6.—A bar that
Senator Kellogg, of Minnesota, de
clared was nine miles long and
which, he said, was making the mu
nition workers of Duluth, Minn., less
sfficlent in their work, as well as al
laying the thirsts of the two dry
cities of Duluth and Superior, Wis..'
caused the Senate yesterday to adopt
a resolution empowering President
Wilson to establish dry rones of any
sire he wishes around munition
This bar of record sire is located,
at Oliver. Wis., midway between Du
luth and Superior, said Senator Kel
logg. He said that it was established ,
to supply the dry cities and the mu-|
nttlon workers from nearby plants.
The laws of the state of Wisconsin.,
he explained, permit one bar to be
established in a new town of 250 in
habitants. So the town of Oliver was
created and a bar opened. The bar.
he said, now virtually extends for j
nine miles between the two cities.
Among other facilities it has at least
seven wholesale liquor establishments
connected with it to supply whisky;
for the munition workers of Duluth.:
All of the liquor traffic between
Duluth and Superior, said Senator:
Kellogg, is being conducted under the
license of the bar established at
Oliver and there is no way under the
laws of Wisconsin to stop it.
He introduced a resolution em-j
powering the President to establish
dry zones of any size around coal;
mines, munition factories, shipbuild-;
ing plants and any other war ma- i
terlal factories. It was adopted im- j
mediately and now goes to the;
In offering his resolution, which;
contained the same provisions as'
part of the "bone dry" prohibition |
amendment recently addeil to the:
food production bill by the Senate, i
Senator Kellogg intimated that the;
food production bill, which the Sen-;
ate has been considering all week. :
may be held up indeiiniteely in con- j
ference, and that the fate of the war;
time national prohibition amend
ment is not cdTtain. Senator Kellogg's
resolution now goes to the House for'
passage. If it is adopted in that j
branch of Congress dry zones can j
be established anywhere in thej
country where there are munition ]
Romano!! Family Is
Reported Assassinated
Madrid, Sept. 6.—.4 dispatch from !
London reported the assassination of !
the former Russian Empress and her 1
daughters, but in view of steps taken '
by King Alfonso to obtain the trans- j
fer to Spain of the family of ex- '
Czar Nicholas, the report was treated
with reserve.
r El Sol says the Spanish ambas
sador at Berlin conferred on the
question of removing the ex-Empress
and her daughters from Russia with
M. Joffe, the Bolshevik ambassador
at Berlin. At the same time a Span
ish military medical mission, which :
was in Germany in connection with •
the exchange of prisoners, left for j
Russia and is now said to be with the ;
ex-Empress and daughters. El Sol
says the ex-Empress and her chil- j
dren will come to Spain on a yacht
flying the Papal colors and will re- j
side in the Magdalena palace at (
Santander. The newspaper adds that j
it seems difficult to believe the nego
tiations could be continued without
the Spanish government learning of
the death of the ex-Empress.
150 Hon U-Boats Have
Been Destroyed; U-20
and U-44 Among Them
London, Sept. 6.—Although the
British government does not intend
to adopt the practice of giving proof
of official utterances made by Its ;
ministers, it has been thought de
sirable to print in to-day's news
papers the names of the command
ing officers of 150 German subma
rines which have been disposed of
in order to substantiate the state
ment of Premier Lloyd George in the
House of Commons that "at least
150 of these ocean pests have been
Among the officers named are:
Kapitan Lieutenant Schweiger,
who. while In command of the U-20,
torpedoed the Lusitanla In May,
1915. The U-20 was lost on the Dan
ish coast in 1916, but Schweiger sur
vived and was in command of the
U-80, which was lost with all hands
In September, 1917.
Kapitan Lieutenant Paul Wagen
fukr, who sank the steamer Belgian
Prince. July 31, 1917. and drowned
forty of the crew, whom he had or
dered to line up on the submarine's i
deck when the U-boat was about to
submerge. His submarine, the U-44, I
was sunk with all hands about a
fortnight later.
Hun Executioner, Enemy
Alien, to Be Interned;
Pleads "Law of Country"
New York. Sept. B.—Gustave
Kordes, an official German execu- :
tloner, told officers of the Enemy
Allen Bureau here that he had not
registered as an enemy alien because !
he would have had to submit several '
photographs and "in Germany an i
executioner is not permitted to have t
his photograph taken." His intern
ment was recommended, despite his ;
plea that "a man should not be com- !
pelled to violate what is the law of !
his country."
Posters will be distributed to doc- '
tors who call at the mayor's office j
to-morrow or thereafter to be pasted !
on the windshields of doctors' au
tomobiles in order that the traffic i
officers will be able to distinguish
them and facilitate their passage
through crowded traffic. A green:
cross will be the symbol of the doc- I
tors' cars. It is pionted out that >
the green cross will also serve to!
distinguish a doctor's car from that'
of a slacker on "gasoiineless Sun- I
days." They physicians will be ex
pected to remove the symbol of I
their profession when not on pro
fessional calls.
Howard David Schwarz. 719 North
Sixth street, was called by City I
Board. No. 1. for immediate military I
Hereford's Add Phosphate
gives prompt relief to tired nerves
It cools and refreshes.—Advertise
V ■% > . "
"The LiveStorr" ■ "Always Reliable"
Open All Day ToRIOHOM Will Bfe tllG Open All Day
Saturday "Last Day" of Our "Strictly Cash" Saturday
Where Everything In Our Entire Stock Is Reduced Except Collars ,
It's the final "wind up" of the most successful clearance sale this "Live Store" has
ever conducted lt didn't take the people long to learn that at Doutrichs they could buy high-grade merchandise at
lower prices than the present wholesale cost of wearing apparel and they bought in such great quantities that they lessened our stocks
enough to make room for the incoming fall shipments, that's the policy we work on year after year and that's why you can always get good
clean seasonable merchandise at all times, we don't hoard the good things we get until they lose their friendship to the buying public We
dispose of our stocks in the season for which the goods are bought.
It does seem a little unwise to reduce prices the way we do at this
"Live Store" when there is such a valid excuse to hold our high-grade stocks for the coming "higher
prices" for you know the true worth of the known quality merchandise to be had HERE.
Hart Schaffner & Marx & Kuppenbeimer Clothes
"Manhattan Shirts" "Monilo "Munsing
But we reserve nothing—you can fill every "drawer" in your chiffonier and
every "hook" in your wardrobe if you come here to-morrow for we have enough on hand to supply your
wants for this "last day" This condition will not always last, however, because sooner or later merchandise will be so scarce Ms
that you will only be able to buy in limited amounts We advise you to spend your money now and save the difference and pi
keep down the excessive prices that you will be asked by some stores who are not as fully prepared as we are. #
Come Tomorrow—Saturday the "Last Day"
All '20:22 Suits . . *152 1 All *3s= Suits . . *27:2 jH W/ / \
All 5 2&22 Suits . . 5 192 AH *4o= Suits . . *32:2 • Ml Of? A f.
All *3o= Suits . . *23:2 All 54&22 Suits . . *36=2 mjjP M \
i Boys' Suits 1 , Underwear 1
All $6.50 Boys'SUITS... $4.95 All 95c Underwear 79c lE'?
All $7.50 Boys' SUITS $5.95 AII?19CII . aq„ Ifi V p4 f
AO $8.50 Boys' SUITS $6.95 All $1.25 Underwear 99c Jgg| | j
All SIO.OO Boys SUITS $7.95 All $1.75 Underwear $1.39 j| I/JRN&
All $12.00 Boys'SUITS $9.75 . t1 ao YkffilßL,,' Y
All $15.00 Boys' SUITS $11.75 All $2.50 Underwear $1.89 11H
| All SIB.OO Boys* SUITS $14.75 Ail Boys' Underwear Reduced I j
Sweaters Reduced For Saturday
All $5.00 Wool Sweatees . .$3.89 } an 1 c I All $12.00 Wool Sweaters . $9.75
All $6.50 Wool Sweaters .. $4.95 i; ~ *°' s " ?wea£s .. $6.95 5Q Wool Sweaters SU7S MfW
All $7.50 Wool Sweaters.. $5.95 | All SIO.OO Wool Sweaters ~58.95 jah $ i 6 .5 0 Wool Sweaters .$13.75 IfPfT' Y
V Neck "Slip Over Sweaters" Reduced ffjjjdjj,
Colors Plain, Navy, Maroon, Dark Gray and Combination Colors fif Jf 1
We have about fifty-nine Women's and Misses' light weight "wool" "Shetland" and "Fibre Silk" sweaters to go at 031 j $
"Half Price" in this Last Day Clearance Sale. ' jHpIW
All SI.OO Shirts 79c j All $5.00 Shirts $3.89
All $1.50 Shirts $1.19 jj All $5.85 Shirts $4.89 GaBKrfJJRS
All $2.00 Shirts $1.59 | All $6.85 Shirts $5.89
All $2.50 Shirts $1.89 All $7.85 Shirts $6.89 ISIS®
All $3.50 Shirts $2.89 ;! All $8.85 Shirts .-. $7.89
* 304
Market Street
SEPTEMBER 6, 1918.