Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, November 20, 1918, Page 5, Image 5

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    President May Stay
Abroad Indefinitely
WnHhliiKton, Nov. 20.
Senators who conferred with rre i
dent Wilson last night for two hours
left the White House with the im
pression that the President now in
tends to remain in France indennlte'. .
or at least until the greater P a ft of
the work of the peace conference "a.
been completed. . . .
The President is understood to he es
pecially interested in the application!!!
the framing of the treaty of thep in
ciple of freedom of the seas, wi.ich he j
enunciated in his fourteen terms, l ie
Allies, in agreeing to discuss P ea
with Germany, have reserved the
right of freedom of action onthls
d. question at the peace conference.
The program for a league of " ati °" a
was another subject to which th
President was said to h a% ®
much study. He was understood to
regard this as essential for the m aln
tenance of the peace of the world.
During his absence from the United
States the President intends to con
tinue to exercise all functions of his
office. He will keep in communica
tion with Washington b >' xv ' rc j£ as
while at sea and by cable and. If nec
essary, by dispatch boats while he is
Washington, Nov. 20. Director
General McAdoo announces his inten
tion of establishing a passenger rate
of two cents a mile for soldiers re
turning to their homes after discharge
from the Army. By law soldiers are
allowed three and one-half cents a
mile ftir transportation and meals,
and the speciul fare will enable them,
lie believes, to buy meals and pay for
sleeping car reservations.
■lefTerNon City. Mo., Nov. 20.—Of
ficial tabulation of Missouri election
returns .•show Selden P. Spencer, Re
publican, defeated former Governor
Joseph W. Folk for United States
senator by a majority of 36.683.
Speaker Clark was re-elected in the
ninth by 1.529.
IMade from the White
Meat of Coconuts
W* Churned With Milk
flj Every part of Troco is better enjoyed wher
[) you know it is made from these dainty ingre
| f) dients. The delicate flavor, the perfect texture
[i • j is the result of a special process, exclusive to
i] the Troco Company.
h Made in the Country
j l In addition to these attractions, Troco is made in
[ t the country—in a clean, sunny uttle town up in the
\ i Berkshire foothills, where the Tro> plant is the only
| industry. Dainty ingredients—perfected process
U country made! This de luxe ouality is what yoc
\L command in every pound of Troco, at a saving of 2C
" f to 30 cents a pound.
; . EDSON BROS., Distributors
J . 110 Dock St. Philadelphia, Pa.
Old Herbal Remedy
Used For 40 Years
in Relieving Diabetes
The most satisfactory results have
been obtained In combating Diabetes
by observing certain dietary rules
and the judicious use of Warner's
Safe Diabetes P.emedy, an herbal
preparation of 40 years successful
Following Is a letter from a grate
ful user:
"This letter is the best proof that
I am still alive. Y'our medicine is a
miracle to me. My weight was re
duced from 157 to 114 pounds when
I left the hospital. I left there Au
gust 6th in despair. Hundreds of
people that knew me said 1 would
never live to return to my studio.
After leaving the hospital, I saw
your "Ad." in the paper. I began
Its use and at once commenced to
A Vigorous, Healthy Body,
Sparkling Eyes and Health-Col
ored Cheeks Come in Two
Weeks, Says Discoverer of Bio
World's Grandest Health Build
er Costs Nothing Unless It
Gives to Women the Buoyant
Health They Long For.
It is safe to say that right here
In this big city are tens of thousands
of weak, nervous, run-down, de
pressed women who in two weeks'
time could make themselves so
healthy, so attractive and so keen
minded that they would compel the
admiration of all their friends.
The vital health building elements
that these despondent women lack
are all plentifully supplied In Blo
feren. 4
1,399 MEN IN THE
Thirteen Pcnnsylvanians Are
Named in Fatalities in Bat
tle Overseas
Washington, Nov. 20.—The two
casualty lists given out by the War
Department to-day oontain 1,399
names, those killed in action number
ing 263. Thirteen Pennsylvania men
are among the latter. The summary
and lists follow:
Killed in action 263
Died of wounds US
Died of disease 145
Wounded, degree undeter
mined 280
Wounded slightly 318
Missing in action 9-t
Wounded severely 131
Died of accident and other
causes 3
Prisoners 18
Total 1.399
William A. Potter. West Philadel
Thomas D. Vandiver, Philadelphia.
William F. Craig. Philadelphia.
, Sergeant
William G. Meighen, Wind Ridge.
Martin Mayer Brandt. Lebanon.
Lawrence S. Little, Indiana.
Charles H. Steele. Temple.
improve, and now everybody is say
ing to me that I look better than
ever before. 1 tip the scales at 132
pounds and I am back working
again to the astonishment of all. I
fegi splendid and people say I ain
looking better every day. I must tell
you that every word I have written
is true, and 1 can prove it by hun
dreds that knew of my condition.
Jules Friquet, 511 AVast First Street,
Los Angeles, Cal."
Warner's Safe Diabetes Remedy is
made from herbs and other bene
ficial inferedients and has been on the
market 40 years, a true indication of
its value. Get a bottle to-day.
Sold by leading druggists every
where. Sample sent on receipt of ten
cents. Warner's Safe Remedies Co.,
Dept. 266, Rochester, N. Y.
It you are ambitious, crave suc
cess In life, want to have a healthy,
vigorous body, clear skin and eyes
that show no dullness, make up
your mind to get a package of Blo
feren right away.
It costs but little and you can get
an original package at any druggist
Take two tablets after each meal
and one at bedtime —seven a day
for seven days then one after
meals till all are gone. Then If you
don't feel twice as good, look twice
as attractive and feel twice as strong
as before you started your money
is waiting for you. It belongs to
you, for the discoverer of Bio-feren
doesn't want one penny of It unless
It fulfills all claims.
Note to Physicians: There la no
secret about the formula of Bio-feren.
it is printed on every package. Here
it is: Lecithin: Calcium Glycero
phosphate; Iron Peptonate- Mang
anese Peptonatcf Ext. Nux Vomica;
Powd, Bentian; Phenolphthaleln;
Olearesln Capsicum; Kola.
Charles A. Michaels, New Castle.
Jesse Miles, Media.
Roy Rachel. Erie.
Albert H. Gaunter, Philadelphia.
I Private
Roscoe C. McCrcary, Portage.
Harry E. Strayer. York.
Joseph P. Ryan, Dunmore.
Cook .
John J. Bedlngfield, Philadelphia.
, Leroy H. Stark. Hudson.
Edward R. Barry, Forty Fort.
John Halblg, Philadelphia.
> William Snyder Rittenhouse, Hack
Cornelius T. McCarthy. Philadel
Samuel R. Andrews. Carlisle.
Robert W. Dunn, Vandergrift.
John Richard. Boban, Mahanoy.
Howard Zimmerman, Lewistown.
Michael F. McGarrity. Philadelphia.
Johii S. King, Rockledge, Mont
gomery county.
Jacob Musicant, Philadelphia.
Paul Myers, New Cumberland.
Harry S. Blerly, Hazelton.
William Gonzia Duckett, Philadel
Aaron Batcheler, Philadelphia.
William H. Heller. Johnstown.
Mechanics ,
Antonio Lukasz Bozek, Wilkes-
Bar re.
Roscoe Schlesinger, Avis.
Robert Ackroyd, Philadelphia.
Peter L. Duseh, Du Bois.
Fred D. Gilmore, Donora.
John A. Gorham. Scranton.
Harry Gross, Philadelphia.
Harry Heiner, Danville.
Earl William Allison, Limestone.
Albert J. Batzel, Phoenixvllle.
Louis Caputo, Pottstown.
Cahrles H. Greenall, Allentown.
Raymond Boyle, Locust Gap, North
umberland county.
Timothy F. Callahan, Philadelphia.
Ernest Daniel Davies, Philadelphia.
Leo Theodore Lutka. Scranton.
Roy William Moredock, Scranton.
Earl Wagner. Charleroi.
Jack Franklin Yannaccl, Y'ukon.
Anson C. Miller, Clarks Summit.
George A. Mitchell, West Philadel
John Mitchell, Philadelphia.
Ira Priest, West Willow.
Robert C. Redfoot, Fredonia.
Stuart G. Reed. Lairdsville.
Albert F. • Sehultz, Philadelphia.
Charles Trock, Philadelphia.
Charles Wertz, Montgomery.
avounded slightly
James Zubress. Girardsville.
Frederick G. Graboske. Nantlcoke.
Theodore F. Hanna, Edgewood.
Peter Williams. Philadelphia.
William F. Caputo, Pittsburgh.
Jacob Jakobiak, Reading.
Anthony Marsincavage, Mount Car
Stephen Sevier Pohl, Erie.
George Reese, Scranton.
Clarence H. Sidney, Philadelphia.
Irvin H. Weidman, Clay.
Mervin M. Young. Columbia.
Nathan Zolyan, Philadelphia.
George W. Ellis, Jr., Philadelphia.
, Harry P. Flesher, Alverton.
Ralph Albert Garrett, 326 Peffer
street, Harrlsburg.
Raffaele Pasquoli, Philadelphia.
Louis Esterhai, Phoenixvllle.
Joseph E. Sweeney, Lilly.
Joseph Aloyslus Flynn, Plymouth.
The casualties below were pub
lished this morning:
Jack C. Allison, Philadelphia.
Corporals (
Joseph Kucko, Olyphant.
William H. Snyder. Mount Pleasant.
Thomas W. Davis, Conemaugh.
Michael J. Cassidy. Erie.
Philip G. Godfrey, Coudersport.
John Lawrence Fleming, Grove
Stephen J. Hanrahan, Philadelphia.
Stanley Andreslc, Shamokin.
James J. Teskey, Susquehanna.
Warren H. Fatzinger, Bethlehem.
Elmer H. Armstrong, Philadelphia.
Edward P. Bloss. Parson.
Raymond Brough, Lebanon.
Michael G. Flnnegan. Philadelphia.
Victor Gazelle. Masontown.
Harry J. Williams. Phllltpsburg.
Michael F. Felmy. Jersey Shore.
Frank T. Collins, Philadelphia.
Alphons J. Rockelmann, Philadel
Boleslaw J. Skowronski, Natrona.
William F. Caldwell, Pittsburgh.
George Joseph Shoemaker, 220
Liberty street. Harrlsburg.
James Reld Martin, Philadelphia.
William J. Eden, Philadelphia.
Fred W. Kauffman, Philadelphia.
George W. Kelley, West Etna.
Joseph August, Gilberton.
Clyde W. Bennett. WlUlamsport.
Arthur Rutledge, Juniata Station.
Joe Bovlnes. Midland.
Peter J. Conway, Philadelphia.
.John F. Newman, Philadelphia.
James Steover, Lebanon.
Clarence E. Yoders, Waynesburg.
Charles P. Eisenbarth, Carrlck.
Claude N. German, Slatlngton.
James AV. Hammltt, Masontown.
Paul W. Helder, Myerstown.
AVesley F. Hill, Linden.
Howard Eugene Hoag, Philadel
Anthony Jordan, New Eagle.
Roy Allen Kengle. AVeatherly.
John A. Lengel, Pine Grove.
Henry McKenna. Philadelphia.
Pete Marino. Philadelphia.
Arthur Marsden, Philadelphia.
Lewis E. Neye. .Donaldson, Schuyl
kill county.
Theodore R. Dewey, Scranton.
James L. Mcponald. Conemaugh.
James D. Bond. Pittsburgh.
Orvllle E. Greer, iConnellsville.
Theodore M. Robinson, West Pitts
Fred R. Vllllnger, Washington.
Eugene P. Frazier, Connellsvllle.
Arthur O. Smith. Philadelphia.
Henry Adamson, Turtle Creek.
Charles Duncan, Turtle Creek.
Howard Strailman Blttlnger, Me
Benjamin Borgh. Beaver Falls.
Paul Boyle. Apollo.
Samuel J. Brown, Meyerstown.
Carl O. DahUtrom, Conemaugh.
Louis Freedman, Philadelphia.
Robert Michael Goettel. Perkasle.
George J. Lleb. Philadelphia.
Carl Semadlna, Erie.
Ray A. Harding, Athens.
Michael Jordon. Rankin.
Bert S. Means, A'anderbllt.
James H. Potts, East Pittsburgh.
Nicholas D. Romano, Scranton.
Dp Your Xmas Shopping Now and Make It Easier for the Sales
| Ot/r Bargain Dresses /s SI ill |
|,/Horg Than 1500 jTy /\ A TPO ~ Start This Great |
I Women's & Misses' I I 1 / 1 Sale, Tomorrow^
| Stunning Winter \j £IL JL O' Thursday, 21 |j
I Every Coat The Very Latest Style: All Colors: All Sizes: |
| jfipLv This wonderful sale includes every kind of Co t that is worth 1 1
[g having. We have taken advantage of market conditions and made purchases H
S 7\-J ,at P" ce concessions that manufacturers were glad to make. Some manufacturers were heavily /v_
/if stocked, some not so much so, others had "average"amounts—But all were anxious to unload the gar- 5s
§| /\' ! f) vy| ments they had on hand and naturally our spot cash looked good to them. The savings will be r\W
k\y V\ turned over to you.. The Coat you want is here. Come and get it tomorrow. \j\/ ' ffl
h( M ( *£- Three Hundred Coats Two Hundred Coats
i\7nrrnm Take Your C|A Take Your <U(| jFRWI / Bi
I\p Jl\ Choice In 1 V Choice In £
® Tiy?' M This Sale This Sale ® ll Jf;,AI ip 9.
5s iWTA I W .. .vi i . .. , . j v i . Hrrr you have n remarkable lot of line coots from \ Ki
m / , \ At thl populor prior you have the plrk n..d choke of „hlrh to .elrct. Thrv nr.■eonta that won tbe seen Inter /fO ' , i \ [1
J \ 7' \ over three liumlreil of the moot ntunning coats In the I ItHßfc I ul'Lvj W I lit
g! k / \ town lln .ler the twenty .lollur mark. at this price, when real Winter comoo. . k %>%' \ f !S
2\l * lv • I Veloura , Kerseys, Pompoms, Sllvertones and Chiffon Hrondelotlis lined throughout and Inter- i l wf j y J ni
1 I' Plushes. All colors—block, navy, dnrk screen, llur- lined. Soft Velours nil lined nnd half lined. . I \ Ij j 111
M I gundy. taupe, plum nnd brown. Some are lined Smurt Sllvertones. Pompoms, Keraeys nnd rich > ft II / ,
Ss i I th rousthout —others bnlf lined—nnd nil with stunr- Meltons—ninny of them with hist fur collars—with \ ft M / \ hj
nnteed llnlnsts. Some have blst flip collars—some hist plush eollnrs—nnd some of the Hnest with I , l\ I JJjMtJ I
(U I with beaver plush nnd others with seal plush self collars, lllnck. navy, taupe, reindeer, bcovrr, 1 I \ IMB I (W .
s§fc I i collars. Sixes and models for juniors, misses Biirstundy, African brown, rose, taupe, 1 ckln, 1 I I\\ wif I . g
I j . j and women. hunters green All slaes.
Styles That J No Matter s
specialty mms ff rnmf 3tk What Yoar I
I Ask High g^o' M y J\l iW\ Needs~Are 1
f Prices For J 111 , |pS "'5 \ jf/J you Will jl
1 You Can . . If /II *III'/ I\\ \ r* Find The ®
Get Here ■ 1 j 11 jl\ I VJj Coat You |
I At Our ||| i|/i JJ] LJIJJ AL Want Right b
| Price And M\® -sir' Here At A
SAVE ll\ r • r Low Price |
Coats at and SITJd Coats at $34.50 and $59.50 I
- Here are Coats from the best New York makers and they art priced fully a !§
Ist I' you have been under the impression that you couldn't get a coat for such third less tha'n actual value. The assortment embraces the mo>t- bomprehen- |jj|
h a low price, you will be agreeably surprised when you come, here tomorrow to sive variety of materials and styles and all sizes for women and misses. They
find this vast assortment in such handsome styles and materials. There are are Bolivias, Duvetyne. Pompoms, Silvertips, Crylstal, Cashmere Velour, Cut Bo- g
gS In this assortment Egyptian Plush, Velour, Zibiline and Kersey, with self or livias and Novelty Cloths, Raccoon Opossum, Skunk, Nutria, Beaver, Plush and hf;
plain collars. All sizes for women and misses in good color assortments. Self Collars. Fancy Satin Peau d'Cygne and plain Satin lining. I|l
It? I ——————
| Luxurious Plush Coats: Only 125 of Them |
1 ihese are values that are simply out of the question later on ||
vrnxh Considering the fine quality, trimmings and styles in the lot JJriPJk 1|
| Jfimjk^ a ' e Prices $19.50 $24.50 $29.50 $39.50 |
I WwSm*Be sure to get your Plush Coat in this great sale. We made provisions for Plush
| •$ Coats a long time ago, when most people were hesitating about buying ahead. Today h|
|s iHHKjyr mar^et conditions in Plush Coats are quite different and good Plush Coats are not easy to b
! 9m|U secure. These values are the most remarkable of the winter. You save fully a third now. |
| OMR Extra Fine Salt's Salt's Genuine Sealette |
| BWf Plush Coats Plush Coats Plush Coats Plush Coats {|||j{pl |
\~Wh- $19.50 $24.50 $29.50 $39.50 ™ I
Handuome l'lush Coats Lined throughout with Self collars or with con- Salt's Genuine Sealette Sj
•s!* WlUl biß co " urß and blgr mercerized Venetian—big helf trasttng plush collar or with Plush —with self collars — f/jy#
II jj\ cuffs, belted and plain, very collars—with or without Kit Coney collars —lined with belted models—cut very full
*St /I dressy and novelty models. belts—all sizes—or with col- mercerized guaranteed lln- and full length—guaranteed \k liil
K O all sizes for women and lars of contrasting plußh, lngs—made full width and lining —an unusual value, MA
m T misses. gZ4.50. full length, gail.iw. *30.50. J
I Girls' Coats in the sale Tomorrowand Infants' Coats in this sale |
Children's $Q.95 Infants' Coats, ?0.95 Infants' Coats, ?/.95
II Coats, 2to 6 O Coats, 2to 6 O Sale Price Sale Price, O 1^
brown C/ gVe'eS P Cha " e panette ' Brpe n ' Jirr- 4 doTble' wh'iM dou- |
Sizes 2to 6 JJurKunay ' jgaSS brown. Burgundy. Sizes 2 jCWfi 1 V „ ta „n lined white -JHM ble breasted; round collar; 19
iiy 851268 10 ®' irgTll to 6. /YP. | A sateen lined. hand embroidered and Si
g| 91. !? iXV r \ K 1 /I L I \ French knots; white sateen |J)I
(I Children's $Q.95 ~ r T~ / //OlfrxA Infants' Coats, $A .95 fa, { " ned ' I
Si Coats, Bto 14... O— Mj[\ Children's ?-1 r|.oo J Sale Price *"— Infants' Coats, ?^7.95 §1
j,l Corduroy Beaver cloth CoatS, BtO 14, AVf
iS trimming In brown, green. , . , . , // I i effect, double breasted; allk // P H oaic nice * __ gN
Kl blue and black. Sizes 8 to 1 . Egyptian plush in blue. // / /M i cord trimmed; white sateen //I I White chinchilla uoats— 111
IT 14. brown green and Burgundy. / / /'A / ,lned. It-! I T\ double breasted with lg!
llgji \i button trimmed; round collar: jS
|| Children's ?| Q. 90 lnfants' Coats, ?y|.95 \ Infafits' /V 95 *3
S* Coats, 7t09, I£k ' LhT Children's 90-05 o Sale Price A Coats. . I\| B
Egyptian plush beaver _ / CoatS, 7tO 9 O A\A Double and single breast- J White double breasted IS!
IS! cloth collar in black, brown. / cd w hlte corduroy coats; J> chlnchUU coats larve SI
jSI blue. Burgundy and green. JJ I Cheviot, nicely lined, brown belted, button trimmed; LJ round collar.— pocket trim I
?Ij Sizes 7 to 9. and navy - Slx< ' s 7 to 9. , M white sateen lined. ined; white sateen lined. Igl
John E. Shifter, Ellzabethtown.
Amnion Robert AVayne, Reading.
Mlcke Yarussl, Erie
William H. Weller, Evans.
Arthur G. Carlon, Arnold.
Bernard Sperltig, Philadelphia.
Harold Wilkinson, Homestead.
Frank Glowlckl, Pittsburgh.
Groom Hangs Himself
as Bride Awaits Him
A'ork, Pa., Nov. 20. AA'hlle Mis-
Jennie McKlnney, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Puul McKlnney. attired i: her
bridal dress, waited for her fiance,
George PfafT, aged 36. a printer, to
come with a cab to take her to the
church to marry her yesterday morn
ing. Pfaff's body was hanging In an
outbuilding at the rear of his home.
He had used a window sush cord,
vhich he wrapped twice around his
neck, and his mother found him dang-
i >
I ling by his neck. Ho told relatives
Monday night that It would bo his last
night alive.
I'faff is understood to have visited
his intended bride on Monday night,
and he left for home ostensibly to in
form his parents of his approaching
marriage, for apparently they did not
kjiow of it. Miss McKlnney had been'
married before, but was divorced. She
has two children.