Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, April 03, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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President Wilson and Pre
miers Decide to Send
For Information
By Associated Press.
Paris, April 3.—President Wilson
and the premiers here decided to
Bend to South Hungary for informa
tion concerning the situation and to
remove the misunderstanding that
has arisen regarding the frontiers
of new states. It has been said that
the revolutions have largely been
brought about by a mistaken notion
regarding the intentions of the al-j
lied commission in Hungary.
The council continued its consid
eration of reparations yesterday.
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Heal Skin Diseases
It is unnecessary for you to suffer
with eczema, blotches, ringworm, rashes
and similar skin troubles. Alittlezemo,
obtained at any drug store for 35c, or
$l.OO for extra larje bottle, and prompt
ly appjied will usually give instant relief
from itching torture. It cleanses and
soothes the skin and heals quickly and
effectively most skin diseases.
Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating,
disappearing liquid and is soothing to
the most delicate skin. It is not greasy,
is easily applied and cost 3 little. Get
it today and save all further distress.
The E. W. Rote Co., Cleveland, J.
Rugs at Very Attractive Prices
To Make Your Home Beautiful After Spring House Cleaning
When your spring ,■ We have an extra
housecleamng is over MtfgSK JJLL Jin ordinary assortment of
you will want to bright- Jj[J[ H'l fMrl high grade rugs for
en up the room with a 1 HlfslrT ifil every room in the house
new rug. After the which we offer at excep
task is over you will w-k* tEss* lltf tionally low prices this
want your home to @1 week - Whether it be for
show that you have c mSgSfir -mm TO the bedroom, the dining
tried to make it beauti- ~room, the living room,
can Parl ° l "')^'" 1 tHC
have ma serve to
new spring guide you in
ru S- your choice.
GRASS RUGS, in various RAG RUGS, good assortment TXPESTRY B RIIS SFI, S
Snt°lll finHnt 63^"8, ° f h J°l 2TI UGS, exception" offer, splcn-
Spei-ial Spring Si 4.00 1 ? , ni o , sl *®' Spe " Sl4 SO did variety of patterns, 8.3x10.S
, Z/ cla! Spring value^ slze . Special tfOy4 f)f|
GRASS RUGS, extra quality, . Snrine value i>S4.UU
with fringed edge; fine for , RAG RUGS, size 27x34.
bedroom, Bxlo size. Special Extra special Spring d1 Ejrt AXMIXSTKR RUGS, fine for
Spring 00 value * bedroom and livingroom, lux
value WiO.UV RAO RUGS size 36x7"> urious patterns, 8.3x10.6 size.
HBER RUGS, in a splendid Extra spec ial Spring *0 7C Special Spring s4*s 00
assortment, . stenciled designs, , a i ue / O value P#SJW
Ixl2 size. Special CJOO flft
Spring value BRUSSEUS RUGS, will give . WIUTOX RUGS, finest qual-
WOOt AND EIDER RUGS, long wear, unusual patterns and an( *n. P a tterns, beautiful
shoic-est coloring, exceptional fine colorings, 8.3x10.6 size. tones, will give extraordinary
quality, very serviceab'e, 9x12 Special Spring fi/-. service, 8.3x10.6 size. Special
size. Special Spring 517.00 ' a '" e value'...
Aljlj WOOD RUGS, reversible VEIA'ET RUGS, soft color- other er/F rttos i n
designs, can be used on either ings, designs of unusual char- , • ,
side, 9x12 size. Special acter, 8.6x11 size. Special ous R'Uds and grades, large
Spring OH Spring do A ones and small ones, all at pro
value value portlonato sav t n gs.
Baby Carriages jT~)
Park Stroller $l5 Baby Carriage /
A very handy, easy running $29.50 '/
a roll around the entire .... ... Hl g
baby carriage, comfortable, } exceptional value. This _ jf
well made, finish natural, carriage Is roomy and com- r*"'hffi.
rubber tire wheels. fortable and very easy run
nlr.g. Roll around hood,
| wire wheels, rubber tires.
Park Stroller. $lB Ba(jy Ca
The carriage Is made with I Jp ) Jey
body. Very strongly built. Body is made of selected
Wood wheels with rubber reed, white enameled, re
tires. I verstble body, wood wheels.
tUse a Burns' Energy Range
Special price $47.00
'TTIE Burns' Energy range will save you
a lot of coal. Every good housekeeper
knows that the coal bill will eat up a lot of
money. You can save money on your coal
bill—if you have the right kind of a range.
The Burns' Energy range is a very fine
baker and cooker. It is easy to clean—all
the nickel parts are removable. Complete
with pipe and pipe shelf, $47.00.
Lace Curtains Vacuum Sweepers
to Beautify the Home for Spring To make house cleaning easy
An assortment of exceptionally attractive
patterns which we will offer this week at A variety of sizes and kinds, all good makes
special Spring prices. —wiH do the work well, easy to operate.
$l.lO a Pair $4. 50 to $9.75
The executive committee in
charge of the Rummage Sale to
be held next week for the benefit
of the Harrisburg Hospital called
attention to the fact that the
actual sale will not be held
throughout the week, but that the
first three days—Monday, Tues
day and Wednesday—will be giv
en over to assembling the great
mass of material which has been
promised the sale.
"We want everything," said
Mrs. Olmsted this morning.
"Everything from old c'othes to
new clothes, and from automo
bile odds and ends to household
There is no indication of a final de
cision, but it was said some progress
was made. Responsibilities for (ho
war were further discussed. This
question has introduced a fresh ele
ment of delay, as the committee on
responsibilities was unable to reach
a unanimous decisions.
President Wi'son received a let
ter from King Alfonso approving the
League of Nations and expressing
Spain's desire to join with the United
States in this respect.
King Albert of Belgium will call
->n President Wilson this afternoon
at 2 o'clock to discuss the interests
f Belgium now before the council
and also to request the location of
the seat of the League of Nations in
Brussels, a matter in which the king
is deeply interested.
Spasmodic croup is
usually relieved with TftSl
one application of— j
! Great Britain Is to
Reconstitute Fighters
! London, April 3.—lt is proposed
: to reconstitute and reorganize Great
; Britain's territorial forces into four
i teen divisions and fourteen mounted
I brigades from army troops, garri
: sons and old line of communication
i units, said Winston Spencer
j Churchill, Secretary of State of War,
! speaking at a conference held here
I to-day.
Mr. Churchill declared, in discus
' sing the liability of territorial forces
for services overseas, they should
not be called upon for such services
i until "the situation becomes so seri
i ous that the general military serv
j ice act calling for troops for the
: duration of the war, has been as
sented to by Parliament."
Although he can't speak Esqui
maux or Tagalog, like some of the
other men at the local Army re
' cruiting station, 325 Market street,
Frank C. Luczynski, who recently
joined the recruiting party, can
• speak as many languages as Ser
| geant Novak, who previously held
; the record. The new recruiter
1 speaks Polish, Russian, Slavish,
I Hungarian and Lithuanian, besides
! being able to handle the King's ling-
I lish. He has served in the Twenty
! third Cavalry and Eighty-first Field
I Artillery. While in the latter regi
i ment, he spent three months over
' seas.
Broken wires have resulted in the
ringing of the fire alarm bells of the
city several times within the past
twenty-four hours. This morning
trouble was caused by a broken wire
•it Hemlock and Cameron streets,
which moved back and forward and
caused the alarm to ring. Last even
ing wire wrapped around a break of
last year at Sycamore and Cameron
streets, caused the trouble. Every
time that a trolley car passed it shook
the pole and this frequently resulted
in the ringing of the alarm. The
breaks have been reported by William
Crozier, assistant city electrician.
Discontent Reigns Among All
Classes; New Coup Ap
pears Imminent
By Associated Press.
I/ondon, April 3.—A long Berlin
dispatch from Reuters correspon
dent comments on the discontent
noticeable everywhere among the
German peoplo of all classes and
the talk of a new coup being immi
Sympathy with Spartacism, says
I the correspondent, is beginning to
[ invade the better classes, including
officials, clerks, teachers and peo
ple in similar walks of life. They
argue that things cannot be worse
and that Bolshevism at least opens
the prospect for "better things one
day for our children" as regards
They ask, the correspondent con
tinues, whether nothing can con
vince the man of small means that
Bolshevism is not calculated to bring
him the ideal state he dreams of.
A liberal increase in the food ra
tions, especially of meat, bread and
fats, alone can work such a miracle,
the people say.
Officer Serving in France
Candidate For Court Clerk
Gettysburg, Pa.. April 3. Adams
county has a candidate seeking office
at the coining primaries who Is with
the army of occupation In Germany.
Announcement has been made that J.
Chester Bell, of Hunterstown, is a
candidate for the office of clerk of the
courts on the Republican ticket. Bell
is a first lieutenant on the regimen
tal staff and has been overseas al
most a year.
Another candidate is also in the
field who hs seen service at the
front, John Hartman, a son of the
present sheriff of Adams county, who
is a candidate at the primaries to
succeed his father.
Standing of the Crews
Philadelphia Division. The 122
crew to go first after 1 o'clock: 114,
123, 125, 108, 113, 115, 117, 112, 111,
101, 121, 124.
Firemen for 115.
Conductors for 105, 121.
Brakemen for 101, 112, 114. (2) 123.
Engineers up: Bickel, Howard,
Dolby. Gaeckler, Downs, Karr,
HhoafT, Gemmill, Binkley, Stauffer,
Heaps, Andrews. Lefever.
Firemen up: Barclay, A. Rider,
Beers, Webb, Craley, Dollmyer, Mor
gan, Good, Kase, Bickel, Wood, Copp.
Conductors up: Boyle. Stark, Rife.
Brakemen up: Preston, Murphy,
Cook, Belford, Kassemer, Hackman,
Burger, Killian, McCarty, Arndt,
Eiclielberger, Smith, Altemus, Yolie,
Craver, Christ, Brown, Lutz, Bren-
I izer. Lark, Silks, Hoyer, College, Mc-
I Bride.
Middle Division —The 15 crew to
go first after 1 o'clock: 22, 34, 18,
21. 32 and 23.
Engineers wanted for 32,
Brakemen wanted for 22, 34, (2)
18. 23.
Engineers up: Bowers, Baker,
Tettemer, Albrigt, Nickles, Peters.
Firemen up: Gault, Gross, Schmidt,
Conductors up: Heiner. Carl.
Brakemen up: Roush, Shelly, Fish
er. Leonard, Manning, Hemminger,
Dare, Furlow, Woodward, Beers,
Page, Lantz, Rhnades. Beers, John
son, Jr., Blace, Shearer.
Yanl Board —Engineers for SC. 35C.
Firemen for 12C, 2. 15C. 17C.
Engineers up: Fulton, Fells, Mc-
Morrls, Clelland, Goodman, Harling,
Firemen up: G. S Smith, Howe,
Rothe, Spahr, Ostot, Bryan, Whichello,
Stlne, Ross, Brinkley, E. Kruger, En
gie, W. C. Kruger, N. Lauver.
Philadelphia Division. The 238
crew to go first after 1.15 o'clock:
211, 252, 234, 216, 251, 209, 242, 217,
213, 241, 233, 215, 204, 249,, 225, 212
and 222.
Engineers for 209, 211, 238.
Firemen for 215.
Conductors for 216, 213, 215.
Flagmen for 252, 217, 213, 225, 222.
Brakemen for 211, (2) 252, 233, 249
and 222.
Brakemen up: Skiles, Garverich,
Brunner, Home, Simpson, Tennant,
Anderson, J. W. Smith, Freedman,
Morgan, Carper, Breichaupp, Philips,
Eshleman, Shank, Couldcr, Smeltzer.
Middle Division —The 110 crew to
go first after 1.15 o'clock: 109, 114,
112, 103, 121. 104, 119, 108, 111, 101
and 115.
Engineers for 108.
Firemen for 110, 103, 119, 111.
Conductors for 103, 108.
Brakemen for 110, 109, 112, 103, 104,
108 and 101.
Yard Hoard —Engineers up: Rider,
Boyer, Kling, Branyon.
Firemen up: Wolf, Wagner, Mc-
Connell, Coldren, Taylor, A. W. Wag
ner, Holmes, Sadler.
Engineers for change crew.
Firemen for change crow.
Middle Division —Engineers up: J.
A. Spotts, R. M. Crane, W. D. Mc-
Dougal, C. D. Hollenbaugh, W. C.
Graham, James Keane, S. H. Alexand
er, O. L, Miller, D. Keane, H. F.
Krepps. W. C. Black, G. G. Kciser,
J. W. Smith, F. F. Schreck.
Engineers wanted for 665, P-21,
Firemen up: H. O. Hartzel, R. B.
Pee, H. Naylor. E. E. Roller, R. M.
Lyter, H. A. Schrauder, G. B. Huss,
F. Dysinger, H. A. Wohling, C, W.
Winantl, D. F. Hudson, G. L. Hug
Firemen wanted for 41.
Philadelphia Division — Engineers
up: C. It, Osmond, H. W. Gilliums, A.
Hall, M. Pleam.
Engineers wanted for 26.
Firemen up: J. M. White, C. E.
Britcher, W. E. Aulthouse, E. D. Mc-
Neal, M. G. Shaftner, H. Stoncr.
Firemen wanted for 26, 20.
WilllumMiiort Division — Engineers
up. E. E. Bastiun. No vacancies.
Firemen up: C. E. Smith, J. L.
Manghes. A. Henry.
The 55 crew to go first after 12.15
o'clock: 61. 57, 3, 18, 69, 68, 67, 71.
66, 53, 14. 5 72.
Engineers for 66, 5.
Firemen for 53, 57, 66, 69, 71, 6, 18.
Conductors for 53, 55.
Brakemen for 55, 69. 14, 18.
Engineers up: Wyre, Kauffman,
Clouser, McCurdy, Dlttrow, Walton,
Morrison, Mlddaugh, Hoffman, Schu
Firemen up: Kurtz, Tullinger, Dls
brow, Saul, Orndorft, Vogelsong,
Schultz, Kochenour, Fahnestock,
Estline, Lowe.
Conductors up: Dannor. Meck,
Kelfer, Meek, Smith.
Flagmen up: Ridell. Hoover, Mc-
Kissick, Ensminger, Wiley, Edmond
son, Ely, Hain.
Brakemen up; Gallagher.
W. B. Meetch Is Home
From Long Florida Trip
Prison Inspector W. B. Meetch. who
spent the winter in Florida, returned
to his home, in North Second street,
yesterday. He is in flne health and I
nnd closes at c^oses a t J
Pre-Easter Underselling Event Starts Tomorrow
The Most Important Ten-Day Merchandise Achievement in the History of Our Store.
OMITT • o i n j i rr\ Wear the Right Corset with
bilk riosiery bale Starts I omorrow Your Easter A PP arei
More than 1400 pairs of Women's Pure Silk Thread and
Fiber Silk Hosiery in the pre-Easter underselling event. Try
Advantageous purchaeing brings about these remarkable values which no woman " V
can afford to mlfl, Included in this wonderful hosiery event are black, white, and all ..
tha loading suit shade*. It Is A remarkable thing that you are able to purchase your e Cm
Easter hosiery at these price*. Buy your full season's supply now. # IML
600 Pairs Women's 475 Pairs 350 Pairs Elise
Fibre Silk Hose Thread Silk Hose Thread Silk Hose corset f IHT ;A
,„ . , , Full length, "Notaseme" fj I I fl\
?8ln. boot length double . 1 . bo °* •"Btn. full an(l fllll f ashiom . d; double * BA V
, , . . . l v!i i j v ? solo and high spliced heel: ll f ff V\
I RBlo and heel, ootton garter double solo and heel. Isle „ |lk „ ale t t , black > , I IV) \
top, ta White, black, grey, Krfectjon- O |n' white bl" ck white, cordovan, grey, pearl. -i [ JVC U
lmperieouons in wnuo, DIRCK, navy, Russian calf, preen.
nhfthitiAptiPi taupe. Csc>rclovan ' * re " champagne, llpht blue, pold. Models for the slender, average,
I Untlernoltlnff Event, a pair, pnTr UndcrßeninK Event, pe-E r ast e r Underselling full and stout figures, front and back
,ur ' Event, pair, lace, topless, k>w, medium and high
. _ . busts —not ordinary corsets, bnt cor
ffW r/ setH to BUit each and every individual
g / y-w & B / 1 / figure; made of Brocades, Coutils
M MM M H I b M and Batiste; pink or white; sizes, 19
7 j ' $1.50 to $5,00
More Than 1000 Children's Dresses Silk Underwear |
Many Pretty Styles For Confirmation Pre-Easter underselling Event
WE ARE happy to say that we have without exception the largest assortment of chil- /Egk
drcn's dresses we have ever displayed. Th ese pretty little frocks are not only attractive in
design hut they are well made, lit excellently, and are serviceable in quality. The following
items will give some Idea of our Easter assortment. £
$4.95 $6.95 'I ll SPECIAL CREPE DK |
Girls' Dresses Girls' Dresses Girls' Dresses Girls' Dresses I Underselling t/f Qg |[
ltl Year. - Price D'r.i7o
I 2 <• Years *• 14 Tear. Colored Dresses for 8 • 14 Years
_ ~ Girls' Colored Wash Little Tots, made of _. , , CREPE DE CHINE AND WASH I
V\ ° r K an ' llc and Dresses, made of Ging- Ginghams and Cham- , Dresses. SATIN ENVELOPE CHEMISE
i Voile Dresses for Lit- hams and Chambrays, brays in Plaids, Stripes " ew Spring styles in lace or ri hhnn ™ e,rn'
tie Tots In trimmed in puids and Plain and Plain Shades. Rose, Navy, Japan and J*®® or n , po . n stjaptrimmed, ' u il
and tailored models, Shades, a wonderful beautifully trimmed. Reseda; trimmed with cut, sizes 36 to 46. Pre- tfp Q[-
large assortment Sizes variety of attractive perfectly made. Sizes smocking and em- Easter Underselling Price
I Under- styles. Sizes 6to 14 2 to 6 years. Pre- broidery. Sizes 8 to
selling I rice years. Pre-Easter Un- Easter Underselling ?, j year ?,', Pre-Easter WA<t¥T catin iyn rrATitw err ,r
derselllng Price Prices Underselling Price ... WASH SATIN AND ITALTAN SILK
j rt* r" BLOOMERS Flesh or white,
} $2.95 $2.95 $1.95 $10.95
Pre-Easter Underselling Event Boys' Suits |\
The largest assortment of boys' clothing in Harrisburg
tTHE time Is here for you to buy your boy's Easter \
I Suit, the sooner you choose the better your f
choice. Our Pre-Eaater values are surprising. \
dfyv You wdll find that you do not have to pay a high fr if v nTr I
havo built tar us the largest clothing business irT'thls t. % f\L I jR|
1 section of Pennsylvania. Now we are ready to serve '•jL'Vf, jiSWiw i
M inl J'°u and your boy quickly and at a saving.
/I t BOYS ' NEW EASTER SUITS; 3to r r u r
, s n /V¥\ A 38i 17 Y3ATS lnfants Wear
Wf r" a^ bby m n t e hTs ta? yo'u
V I ' w Trench Norfolk Suits and Handsome,/ INFANTS' CASHMERE CAPES
"T- aryl V Juvenile Suits for the little fellow. With silk-lined hooda Prettily
BOYS' NEW EASTER SUITS; 7to undeSng Bpcclal
Years ) QC Price 54,45 I
-W- ™ New Skirt Model Coats; Pants lined > * / ' INFANTS' SHORT COATS Made of
W Xfl EST •" Wl d cut full The materials of haudsomel f— — fine cashmere—with neat eni
m—JfM mixed Cheviot and Cassimere. J broidery on collar; sizes 6 months
' BOYS' NEW EASTER SUITS; unde^Mitag 1 54.95
. Bto 18 Years ) d>4 A nr INFANTS' lAING AND SHORT
em ~ ( iS I I I Hi) DRESSES- —Made of fine nainsook,
PA ch rTrfniTn w O II I with embroidered yokes, plain or
"'*z® 1 u
Pre-Easter Underselling Event in The Bargain Basement
Rugs at Special Prices prj,, ' ,XT,0 ' N I Sheets and Pillow Cases
I?',' 1 , 9Sc Mn.lln torn. QJ-.
kitchen, size Inches. Special A C HEATERS Special, each yt>C
Good Velvet Rugs, Alva Velvet Rugs, „ „ _ . „
27x54 inches J12.88 q vl! > f „ AT LOW 81x90 Muslin Sheets quality, 1Q
Wool Fiber Rugs, / •"*- 8 B5 , 83 PRICE* Special, each 1.1
9x12 feet $0.1)5 Axminster Rugs. Jk. , $5.05 kind now nn .
Tapestry Brussels *l2 feet *34.r.0 "ti *V _ 81x90 Sheets—Extra good $1 .69
Rugs, 9x12 feet, $10.95 Wool Fiber Rugs, gg* *SC silos. quality
Tapestry Brussels 27x54 $1.95 ""O $8.50 kind new 42x36 Muslin Pillow Cases—Good value. 09-
Rug, 9x12 feet. $2.3.50 36x63 $2.05 $5.05. Special, each ZOC
iSISS "Si uig Rug. 14188 Apron Bw V a " p "um
$1.98 48c whlte S&fspffi $2.95
Win 98c ——— "mom" 15c $5.95 Kt °B9c'"
GLASSES Window Sh.de. JjlTxe Mop
good weight" W'a.h Benehe., —dark green, and .handle. Nlekel-Plnted Ironing Board. ; long handle.,
.Special, 6 for extr. ..rong, 0.3 ft., ench. Special for C-erole. Withstand., ~"Vo°r" wnTh'V" each,
29c 69c 65c 59c 98c $1.48 $18.48 39c
Exactly as cut; O PrlaelUn
nine fillers; well MndSHMJF . . t/ja—
(f\ 1 I ffil "jade Electric Iron.
ll I 111 UL r HHABB BEDS ->MF Nickel plat- a ' if
JljjaS " clal, Special combination fiber extra™ trong,'' sB .'so
AA A C ticking?"' Spectaf. EHanger Bed Springs,
QO.yo $9.95 $10.95 t0 $13.95
thoroughly enjoyed his outing in the
South, a good deal of the time being
spent in the hunting region of the
Mr. Meetch is one of the great
game hunters of this section and his
experiences in the pursuit of big game
in the Far West and Alaska are quite
,as thrilling as any hunting narra-
I tives ever printed.
APRIL 3, 1919.
Twenty-four of the twenty-six
farmers necessary to form a cow
testers' association, have already
been secured. County Farm Agent H.
G. Niesley reports to-day. But two
more farmers can bo accommodated,
he says. An expert tester will la
I employed bv the association and wilt
give one day each working month
on the farms of the members of the
York, April 3.—An Army recruit
ing office was opened here at 9
West Market street by Sergeant
John N. Washoek.