Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, May 15, 1919, Page 8, Image 8

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'To Be Allowed to Serve on
Vestries of Episcopal
With but little opposition a resolu- |
, tion was passed yesterday •by the j
Diocesan convention of the Episcopal!
Church, held in Shamokin, allowing!
women to serve on vestries of par
ishes. Exponents df the measure)
anticipated trouble in passing the j
The fifteenth annual convention
of t lie Harrlsburg diocese adjourned
yesterday afternoon, to convene on
the second Tuesday of May, 1929, in <
Among the important measures to |
be passed at yesterday's session was
a resolution making Yeates School, j
Lancaster, a Diocesan institution. The .
school is to lie known us Yeates Epis- 1
copal Roys School. Application will \
be made immediately for a cnange in
the charter. The school was es- I
tablisheil in 1852. and has be°n under)
the care of St. James' Parish, Lan- j
caster, since that time.
A resolution was passed asking
the general convention meeting in j
Detroit this fall, to make baptism |
the basis of church membership for j
statistical reports. Baptism has al- i
way been recognized by the Epis
copal Church as the basis of mem- j
bership, but reports have been com- I
piled from communicant lists. 'The!
change will give the Episcopal j
Church a membership list of niorei
Jjjßeavy Sentence Imposed on w
* 1 Manufacturer of Tablets. 1
& NEW YORK. Decembef 31.—Ac-
cused of having manufactured and A
Ri sold to influenza sufferers thousands
fjof boxes of aspirin tablets, princl- J
jj, pally composed of talcum powder, Jr
g Joseph M. Turkey, head of the jL
§1 j Verandah Chemical company, of
wj Brooklyn, was found guilty yester- jJf
P I day of violation of the sanitary code w
and sentenced to three years In prla- A
Jron with a fine of $5OO. The Behtence g
S| was the most 6flvere ever imposed ■
In the country for such an offense. %
Hereafter say, "Give me gen
/ uine 'Bayer Tablets £f Aspirin.'"
pAYI C"vj Insist you want only the Bayer
V tu Jj package with the "Bayer Cross"
on *h e package and on the tablets.
Don't buy Aspirin in a pill box! Get Bayer package!
of Aspirin
The genuine American owned "Bayer Tablets of
'Aspirin" have been proved safe by millions for Pain,
Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism,
Lumbago, Colds, Grippe, Influenzal Colds, Joint Pains,
Neuritis. Proper dosage on every "Bayer" package.
Boxes of 12 tablets—Bottles of 24—Bottles of 100—Also Capsules.
Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid
"Elsie M." writes: "I have such
short, stringy, straggling hair and
my scalp is full of dandruff. Please
advise what to do."
Answer: The best advice I can offer
is simple. Get at a well-stocked drug
store a 4 oz. jar of plain yellow Min
yol, directions accompanying, and use
it regularly. It promotes a healthy,
vigorous growth of hair ami abates
dandruff, itching scalp, 1 usterless hair
and stops falling hair. If the hair is
harsh and straggling it restores a
soft, fluffy appearance, and brings
back the intense natural color.
"Hazelle" says: "I would certainly
appreciate something that would In
crease my weight and take away that
languid feeling which I am subject to
most of the time. My blood is weak
and watery and my appetite is poor."
Answer: Your condition is very
easily overcome if you will follow the
directions given below. Ask your
druggist for 3-grain Hypo-Nuclane
Tablets and take according to the di
rections and your weight should in
crease. These tablets promote assimi
lation, absorption and aid digestion,
transform the complexion and figure.
They should be taken regularly for
several months.
"O. E. G." writes: "My rheumatism
is getting worse all the time. I am
getting so stiff that it makes it very
hard for me to get. around."
Answer: Get at the drugstore the
ingredients named, mix thoroughly
and take a teaspoonful at mealtime
and again at bedtime and you should
soon be entirely relieved of that dis
agreeable disease, rheumatism. Pur
chase 2 drams of iodide of potassium:
J /4 oz. of wine of colehicum; 4 drams
of sodium salicylate: 1 oz. comp. fluid
Balmwort: l oz. comp. essence Car
diol, and 5 ozs. of syrup sarsaparilla.
This has satisfied thousands.
than three million in the United
i To Complete State College Churcli
j The matter of completing the
I church building at State College was
brought before the convention yes
i terday morning. Aboift $28,000 will
! be required to finish the building in
accordance with the plans adopted.
1 A committee was appointed to raise
j the amount so that the building may
i be completed in the near future.
It was reported to'the convention
! that the Church at Arnot liad been
i burned down with insufficient in
! surance to cover the loss. Aid was
! asked by the congregation to the
I extent of alxiut one thousand dollars,
j The amount was immediately sub
! scribed by representatives from a
i few parishes.
; An attempt was made to change
the date of the convention from May
to January, but was defeated.
The convention expressed its ap
proval of the plan to spend at least
twenty million dollars on social serv
ice work within the next few years.
A hundred thousand dollars is to be
added to the fund for the education
of candidates for the priesthood. A
survey of religious education Is to
be made by the entire church, and
an amount of money is to be put
into the work of religious education
about equal to the amount to be
spent on social service work. Plans
for this work were made last Decem
The Diocesan committee of the
Pension Fund reported that every
parish and mission station in the
#ocese had paid in full its pension
premiums for the year 1918. Five
clergymen ot the diocese are now
on the pension list.
The Rev. F. C. Smleleau reported
on the work among deaf-mutes.
Plans are now under way by the
deaf-mute congregation of Harris
burg for the securing of a permanent
I The questions answered below are
general in character; the symptoms
or diseases are Riven and the answers i
should apply to any case of similar
Those wishing further advice, free,
may address Dr. I.ewis BaKer, College
Building, College-Ellwood Streets.
Dayton, 0.. enclosing self-addressed,
stamped envelope for reply. Full
name and address must be given, but
only initials or fictitious name will
lie used in my answers. The remedies
can be obtained at any well-stocked
drug store. Any druggist can order
of wholesaler.
"Secretary" writes: "P have pains
in my spine and frightful headache in
back of head, fainting spells, twitch
ing and trembling, nervousness,
sleeplessness, loss of appetite and
strength, and in fact am a 'has been,'
when it comes to performing accus
tomed work and duties."
Answer: In all such cases the as
similative functions have not kept
pace with waste functions and a pow
erful harmless tonic treatment Is
needed. I find three-grain Cadomene
Tablets unexcelled and astonishingly
beneficial In such cases and advise
them for you.
"Weakness" writes: "Have been
doctoring for kidney trouble and now
want your advice. Frequent desire is
followed by burning pain and am
very tender and sore over region of
bladder. Also backache affects me
dreadfully. Can hardly move when I
awake in the morning. Weakness, too,
is a symptom."
Answer: I think if you will take
Balmwort Tablets regularly for a few
weeks your kidneys and bladder will
become normal and sUch symptoms
vanish. This is unequaled for such
complaints in my estimation.
"K. IC. K." asks: "I am growing
more stout as 1 get older and weigh
60 pounds too much now. I am alarm
ed and want to reduce. Please advise
what to take."
Answer: You need not be alarmed
if you will begin taking 5-grain Ar
bolone Tablets. These tablets reduce
usually at the rate of a pound a dav
after the first few days. Any druggist
can supply them in sealed tubes with
full directions.
"Poor H." writes: "My health is
very poor on account of a long-stand
ing constipation. I have to use pills
or something all the time. Can you
prescribe something to take that will
cure chronic constipation?"
Answer: Constipation is probably
the cause of more illness than anv
other thing. Moat remedies only ag
gravate the trouble and never cure I
always prescribe 3-grain Bulpherb
Tablets (not sulphur tablets), and
have found them most reliable and
gradually curative. They act pleas
antly and tone up the bowels and
.Uver while purifying the blood.
church property as a regular place
of worship. The deaf-mute congre
gation of Harrisburg is one of the
largest In the diocese.
Work among the colored was re
ported upon by the Rev. W. M.
Parchment, of Harrisburg. The re
i port showed large increases in mem
| bership. The colored congregation
I of Harrisburg expects to occupy its
I new church building within the next
j few months.
Much interest was shown in the
election for clerical deputies to the
General Convention. Nine ballots
were cast before a choice of four
candidates from twelve nominees
was made.
The following were elected: The
Rev. F. M. C. Bedell, of Shamokin;
the Venerable K. T. Kastment, Phil
lipsburg; the Venerable Frederick
O. Musser, Bloomsburg; and the Rev.
C. R. Tyndell. Williamsport. The
following were elected as alternate
delegates: the Rev. William Charles
Heilman, Trinity Church, Steelton;
j the Rev. G. T. Lascelle, Sunbury;
j the Rev. M. D. Maynard, Bellefonte;
! and the Ven. J. W. Torkington.
The lay deputies to the General
Convention elected are: Gen. C. M.
Clement. Sunbury; H. W. Harlman
Tjincaster: George N. Reynolds, l.an
caster; and W. F. Reynolds, Phillips
The following were elected as
members of the Standing Committee:
I The Rev. Dr. Floyd Appleton; Rev.
Leroy F. Baker, Harrisburg: the
Rev. William Heokes, Lewistown:
the Rev. Archibald M. Judd, Wil
liamsport; the Rev. Rollin A. Sawyer,
Harrisburg: the Rev. Clifford G.
Twimbly, D. D., Lancaster. Lay
members: T. S. Hamilton, Sha
mokin; John Langdon, Huntingdon;
H. B. Meredith. M. D„ Danville;
R. T. Smith, Williamsport; David
McMullen, Lancaster.
The Rev. Rollin A. Sawyer was
elected president of the Standing
Committee and the Rev. Leroy F. :
Baker was elected secretary.
Gillett, as Speaker, So
Pepful He Breaks Gavel
Washington. May 15.—Speaker
elect Gillett yesterday rehearsed the
-slling of the House into session for
the benefit of motion picture com- |
panies, and so vigorously did he rap
for order in the empty chamber of
the house that he broke the handle
of an Ivory gavel, which had been
given- him by a friend.
The gavel was one that was used
by the presiding officer at a fire
men's convention in 1841 at Balti
Standing of the Crews
rlMladrlphln Division. The 126
crew first to go after 1 o'clock 118,
103, 107, 124, 104, 101, 127, 123, 121,
116 and 117.
Engineers wanted for 101, 118, 126.
Firemen wanted for 117, 121, 124,
and 126.
Conductors wanted for 102, 107, !
118, 121, 126.
Flagmen wanted for 118.
Brakemen wanted for 116, 118, 123,
124 and 125.
Engineers up: Casey, Brown, Wi
ker, Gemmill, Shnrtley, Binkley, An
derson, Ryan, Bickel. Blankenhorn,
Ream, Mohn, Evans, Dolby, Baldwin.
Firemen up: Craley, Ellis, Cushing,
Leach, Thompson, Wood, W. R. Kim
mich, Utley, Dallinger, Morrison,
Shettel, Ramsey. Varner, Northcutt.
Bestline, Rider, Fry.
Conductors up: Solomon, Stark,
Brakemen up: Hughes. Minnlchan,
Craver f Mowery, Silks, Alexander,
Hoyer,' Preston, Schriner, Murphy,
Clouser, College. Lutz, Arndt, Hack
man, Enders, Zimmerman, Lark,
Beard, Eichelberger.
Middle Division. —The 230 crew to
go first after 2 o'clock: 227, 224, 246,
237, 239 and 231.
Laid off—2l, 26, 2, 23, 24.
Firemen wanted for 34.
Engineers up: Howar.
Firemen up: Kepner, J. N. Kenne
dy, Seeger, SwaD, G. L. Kennedy, Ar
nold, Putt, Miller, Evens, Campbell,
Biekert, Gantt, Smith, ScholYstall,
Kowatch, Radle, Schmidt.
Brakemen up: Lantz, Fisher, M.
I Foltz, Eley, Dennis, Johnson, Baker,
H. C. Johnson, C. F. B.eard, Neft, Kipp,
C. L. Leonard, Shade, Hemminger,
Yard Crews —Engineers wanted for
3, 15C.
Firemen wanted for SC, 10C, 12C, 1,
15C, 3, 15C.
Engineers up: McDonnell, Runkle,
Wise, Watts, Leiter, Clelland, Good
man, Hurling, Beckwith.
Firemen up: Bruaw, P ,S. Smith,
Rodenhafer, G. K. Smith, Howe,
ltothe, Spahr, Otstot, Charles, Whi
chello. Ross, Sourbeer, E. Kruger.
Philndrlp h in Division. The 235
crew to go first after 1.45 o'clock:
227, 224, 240, 207, 202, 226, 238, 214,
230, 204, 246, 219, 205.
Engineers wanted for 214.
Firemen wanted for 224.
Conductors wanted for 219.
Brakemen wanted for 224, (2) 240,
202, 226, 219, 205.
Flagmen wanted for none.
Conductors up: Sellers, Cullen.
Brakemen up: Kinnard, Brown,
Tennant, Bohney, Haines, Delllnger,
Keisinger, J. W. Smith, Derrick,
Vogelsong, Funk, Trostle, Dorsett,
Gardner, Matius, Beers, Vatulli,
Couldar, Feree, Home, McKee, Geltz.
Middle Division. The 108 crew to
go first after 3 o'clock; 101, 114, 123,
451, 233, 252, 228, 214.
Engineers for 101.
Brakemen for 101.
Yard Crews —Engineers up: Gelb,
Curtis, Hinkle, Hill, Boyer, Anspach,
Kling, Branyon, Kauftman.
Firemen up: Wolf, Coldren, Hau
baker, Kensler, Snyder, Yetter, Ken
nedy, A. W. Wagner, Sadler, Hutchi
son, Swigart, McConnell and Taylor.
Firemen for Ist 104, 3rd 126, 2nd
129, 140.
Middle Division. —Engineers want
ed for none.
Firemen up: F. M. Cornpropst, R.
B. Pee, E. E. Koller, F. Naylor.
Firemen wanted for none.
Phllndelphlu Division —Engineers
up: C. R. Osmond, V. C. Gibbons, M.
Pleam, W. O. Buck.
Engineers wanted for 44, 18.
W. E. Aulthouse, F. Stoner, F. Myers.
Firemen up: J. M. Piatt, A. E. Floyd
Firemen wanted for none.
The 55 crew to go first after 12.15
o'clock: 14, 3, 72, 53, 62, 18, 66.
Engineers for 66.
Firemen for 18, 53, 66.
Conductors for nine.
Flagmen for 62.
Brakemen for 18, 62.
Engineers up: Wyre, Clouser, Martin,
Morrison, Shellhammer, Ditlow, Hoff
man, Schubauer, Gruver, Walton,
Kauftman, Middaugh, Barnhart.
Firemen up: Brickley, Speck, Em
erlck, Grundon, Durbrow, Fahnne
stock, Eackler, Kochanour, Grove,
Mintzer, Vogelsong, Fitzgerald. Sho
ver. Snyder, Grimes, Maher, Taylor,
Hoover, Kobb, Shomper.
Conductors up: Eandts, Meek.
Flagmen up: Gardner, Shank,
Shultz, Rhinehart. Waugh, Peters,
Mumma, Wampler, Treas, Sourbeer,
Spangler, Cochenaur Bruaw, Hoover,
Klchman, Keefe, Morrow, Reed,
Yentzer. Watson, Wiley, Clar. Dun
► can, Berrier, Nickle, Koons, McKim,
j Reidell.
Brakemen up: Staufter.
Work on $500,000 Institution
Formally Started During
Annual Session
] Lewis*wa. Pa., May 15.—The Penn
i s> Ivanla Knights of Malta grand eom
mandery. In annual session here yes
terday laid the cornerstone of the
Aew Malta home at Granville, one
mile west of Lewlstown. The ad
dress was delivered by Sir N. H.
Ihe home includes a group of
| buildings and will have an orphan
| age. a home for feeble knights and
I a fine executive building, all costing
not less than 9500.000.
The home will be located at Gran
ville. which was the mecea for Mal
nfiT 8 rOIn a " parts of Pennsylvania,
the Pennsylvania Railroad ran spec
i lai trains from Lewlstown to Gran
| vtlle to accommodate the visiting
i throngs.
1 Early yesterday memorial services
I ir honor of the 138 knights of the
; state who died during the last year,
I were held in the First Methodist
Church here, Kir Clint S. Miller, of
grand prelate, delivering the
eulogy. Sixty-two of the deceased
knights paid the supreme sacrifice in
the world war. Seven knights were
severely wounded In the war.
A public reception to the visiting
delegates was held last night in the
Temple Opera House, Mayor F. W.
Sills delivering the address of wel
come. The other orators were the
Rev. A. H. Spangler, of Yeagertown,
commander of Commandery 24, Lew
istown, who visited the Holy Land a
few years ago to gather the history
of the earliest struggles of knight
hood against the Moslems, and Grand
Pi elate Clint S. Miller.
In the evening the monster street
parade was held. Dozens of bands
were in line and a thousand knights
marched and rode in automobiles.
The uniform rank Knights of Malta,
representing the four Harrisburg
cominanderies. arrived here late.
The strong Lancaster delegation,
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accompanied by a crack Lancaster
band, was a feature of the parade. !
Following the parade the seventy
seventh degree was administered in
Temple Opera House, and the college
of ancients held a conclave, followed
by a banquet in Market House Hall|
The College of the Ancients met in
annual conclave and concluded with
a banquet in Markejt Hall at which
covers were laid for 120 persons.
Memorial services for the Maltas j
were held at 11 a. m. Tuesday in
' the First Methodist Church. Rev. D.
I X. Miller, pastor.
| In lieu of any license to sell strong- I
| er beverages the knights enjoyed the '
I famous Kishacoquillas valley butter
j milk and' "Wisto," the drink made
famous by Dr. Edwin S. Ebv, to the
Supremo Commander John G. Miles,
of Wilkinsburg, was given the hon
ors of the grand eommandery.
Pittsburgh Trolley
Cars Tied Up by
Strike of Workmen
Pittsburgh, Pa., Mny 15.—Pitts- j
burgh's street railway system was]
tied up early to-day by a strike of;
motormen and conductors. The I
men walked out when they failed j
to reach an agreement with re- |
ceivers of the Pittsburgh Railways;
Company, on the question of sub- i
mitting a wage dispute to the war;
labor board. Approximately three!
thousand motormen, conductors and,
other workers are affected by the;
| The men demanded a 12-cent an ]
j hour increase in pay. and that the'
| question be left to decision of the!
! war labor board. The federal court.!
| which has jurisdiction over the re- ]
ceivers, recently ruled that the dis
pute could be submitted to the war)
labor board but that the receivers
were not free to abide by the deci
sion. The latter point being a de-!
mand of the men, they struck at!
midnight, last night.
Blalit, Pa„ May IS.—Funeral serv-|
ices of David 15. Bower, who died at I
the home -of his son, D. C. Bower, at I
Andersonburg on Saturday night,
were held to-day with burial in the |
Itestlandt Cemetery, at l-oysville, the |
Rev. A. R. Longeneeker, officiating.
He was the father of eleven children, I
eight of whom survive. Six grand- I
sons of the deceased acted as pall- I
bearers. '
Casualty List Totals
279,720 in All Classes^
Washington, May 15. Deaths and !
casualty lists issued thus far by the
War Department total 73,781. The
total number of casualties reported to
dute Is 279,720. They are summarized
as fellows.
Killed in action (including
381 at sea) 32,708
Died of wounds 13.482
Died of disease 23,000
Died frcm accident and other
causet 4.591
Wounded in action (over S5
per cent, returned to duty)' 202,222
Missing in action (not in
cluding prisoners released
and returned) 3,717
Total to date 279,72%
Deaths and Funerals
Mrs. Sue W. Myton, (nee Berg
stresser) wife of J. Clyde Myton, j
died at her late home. 1507 Green ;
street, lost evening at 7 o'clock.
Mrs. Myton had been an Invalid j
and patient sufferer for a number |
of years. Before, her marriage she 1
was a teacher in the public schools
of Unrrisburg. She Is survived by
her husband, two sisters und one
brother as follows: Mrs. Charles W.
Foster, of Harrlsburg; Mrs. Samuel
Babble, Wilmington. Del., and
William K. Bergstresser, Harris
burg. Private funeral services will
be held Saturday morning at 11
o'clock, the Rev. Lewis Seymour
Mudge, pastor of Pine Street Pres
byterian Church, of which she was
a member, officiating. Burial will
be private in the Harrisburg Ceme- j
While Mrs. Myton had been con
fined to the house for several years !
she was very much interested in the
protection of dumb animals and as
sisted so far as she was able, in
measures for their welfare.
Mrs. Harriet Cassel, wiow of Ab
ner Cassel, of 923 North Third
street, of this city, died this morn
ing at 1 o'clock as the result of a
stroke. She has been an invalid ;
for many years, but lier death was [
sudden and unexpected. She was I
a member of Zion Lutheran Church j
and loaves a largo circle of friends
who mourn lier death. Abner Cas
sel was a well known retired farmer,
owning property in the upper end
and the eastern section of the coun
ty. The Cassels resided in Harris-
MAY 13, 1919
burg for many years. Arrangements |
for the funeral will be made later.
New jersey Troops
Get Noisy Welcome
Bu Associated Press
New York, May 15. New Jersey
troops arriving yesterday aboard the I
SwitierlanJ f'
pi .
t . TYO YOU love mountains? To look at —to breathe —to paint—
pg:_v ■L' to climb? Would you enjoy living in a valley full of flowers,
next door to the most wonderful turquoise lake in the world, with
burirt cinder and jade green cliffs at two sides, and, at the end, a liv
ing glacier, tumbling ten white miles against the skyline?
If so —Lake Louise is waiting for you. Summer in the valley, spring on
the lower levels, eternal winter on the roof of the world.
And—by the way —you couldn't find a more satisfactory hotel anywhere
—or a better chef. Real Swiss guides too. Three hundred miles of
trails. And everything in ponies from a trained featherbed to a moun
tain goat in horsehide.
Want to know more? All the questions you could think of are waiting
to be answered at the
Call, Write or Phone For Itesort Tour No. 11l
1231 Broadway New York City
I C'alamares, were met by a committee
of welcome headed by Governor
Kdge, of New Jersey, and recelved'the
noisiest greeting since the arrival of
the Twenty-seventh Division.
The booming of cannon* and blow
ing of whistles brought down-town
workers to the windows and roof
tops of skyscrapers to learn the rea
son. Workers from New Jersey start
ed a paper "snowstorm." rivaling that
I of the armistice celebrations.