Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, June 18, 1919, Page 8, Image 8

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interesting Children's Day
Program at Mount Wolf
Mount Wolf, Pa., June 18.—An in
teresting Children's Day program was
given Sunday night at St. John's
Lutheran church, the Rev. G. A. Liv
ingston, pastor. Singing, "With Joy;"
responsive reading, prayer, song, ex
ercise, "The Committee of Six,"
■Welcome," Helen Augenbaugh,
Catharine Moul, Elizabeth Bloss,
Dorothy Waltermeyer; song, "Hear
Ntrmbed Iron increases: tlrjmgth sn<3
endurance© f delicate- nervm n
people in tea woeL®. tinje in "many in
stances. It had l>ecn 'Used tuicUendorseu
by such men States
, Senator and Vice-Pre si dent Lai. Nominee,
Charles A. Towno ; U. S*. Coannuscionrr
: of Immigration Hon. AnthonyCammetti;
' also United States Jndge G.W.Atkinson
•of the Court of Claims of Washington,
! and others. Auk your doctor or druggist
about it.
bBI a B•turner
■ PE-RU^A^lrx
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Hj For-coughs, colds and
Mt ,-marrh it was PK-RU- J lh\
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Bh was corrected by PE- frjtTa: if j
Hfl RU-NA. Rheumatism IA
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Ks yielded to PE-RU-NA csjjyS,'*
■$ PE-RU-NA is the ,
■3 emergency. ready-to ! jjuKf3 J
Rj take health restorer vHJSr. Ji
Kj and protector for the
R family. For catarrh
BR and catarrhal condi—
Hj tlons PE -RU- NA N7'
■H wards off Grip and-
Hj Spanish Flu and re— t'Silw, '// ii
W builds the health.
K Do as father <iiVMJR?v*
Klt is the safe way. ESy-w-v\\)
K Trtrtttyr
■ SoW Evsrywhars
Are You Using
\ too Much Gasoline?
tinaoltne casta real money,
t Don't use any more than yon
have to.
not only increases gas mileage
but gives yon more power and
least carbon. Write for booklet.
Eastern Penna. Dlstrlbntora
8105 N.'.Third St., Hbg., Pa.
Draticra and Agent* Wanted
f A
is not- necessary to show artistic
beauty. A solid substantial stone
may prove the most fitting me
morial. We are prepared to
carry out any design you may
prefer or will show you a book
,'of designs from which to make a
Cemetery Lettering
I. B. Dickinson
Granite, Marble, Tile and Bronae
50ft-13 N. THIRTEENTH ST.,
• Harrisburg, Pa.
THE tire skeptic who
wavers in his preference,
influenced by his latest
experience in mileage or
the lack of it, will find in
Firestone Gray Sidewall Tires
something to tie to. ,
A Firestone Gray Sidewall
Tire is the end of uncertainty
and the beginning of most
, / miles per dollar.
Most M3es per Dollar
Them," recitation, Carl Melhorn; ex
ercise, "Garlands Fair," Leola Diehl,
Lucille Whisler, Mary Fritz; recita
tion, "One Better," Joseph Ruhl; ex
ercise, "Smiles," Richard Kunkel,
Russell Bubb, Wesley Brenneman,
Lester Seiders: primary son, recita
tion, "Your Share," Henry Ruhl;
song, "A Child of the King," exercise,
"Flower Greeting," Mildred Barn
hart, Sophia Wogan, Allene Melhorn,
Sadie Breneman; recitation, " "Tls
Children's Day," Earl Shearer: exer
cise, "I Will TIT." Luther Kunkel,
Walter Moul, Milton Barnhart, Rufus
Stoppard; exercise, "Three Angles,"
Louise Arnold, Helen Lichty and
Mary Lehman.
Struck by an automobile while
playing near his home last evening, j
Gus Demoro, six-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Demoro, 92-4 \
North Sixth street, suffered a frac- I
tured left log. .
Scrupulously clean, electric lighted,
throughout. White service. Hot and'
cold water baths. $2.00 up dally. sl2
up weekly. Estab. 40 years. Emerson
Crouthamel. Mgr.
Virginia av. and Beach.—Ocean view;
capacity 350; private baths, running
water in rooms, elevator. &c.; Ameri
can plan. $3.50 up dally; special
weekly. Booklet SAMUEL ELLIS.
15 A 17 S. Georgia Ave., nr. Beach.
Two sqs. from Beading Sta. $1.50 to
2 dly; $9 to 10 wky. Mrs. T. Dickerson
Euro. Plan—Rates. $1 to $3.50 dally.
American Plan —$3 to $5 daily; sl6
to $25 weekly.
Elcv.; elec. lights; tel. every room;
run. water in rooms; private baths.
Phone 3105. N. B. KENNADY.
s3.ft* up Dally, tl 4.00 up Wkly. Am. Plan
& Fireproof Annex. TennetseeAv. nr.
Excellent table ; fmeh veceUbles. Windows
screened. White service. Booklet R. >. IUDY.M. 0.
18 South Carolina Ave. Near Beach
and Penna. R. R. Large airy rooms.
Amer. Plan $2.50 up daily. $15.00 up
weekly Under new management.
10 So. Michigan Ave.
Convenient to piers. Excellent table.
Pleasant surroundings. Terms moder
ate. MRS. T. PORTER.
132 St James Place. Fifth house from
beach. European Plan. Terms attrac
tive. 16th season. McNamara &
Hughes Owners.
Kentucky Ave. Fourth hotel from
Beach. Amer. plan $2.50 up daily; sl4
up wkly. Europ. $1 up dly. Harrison
17 S. Illinois Avenue
Near beach. $2.50 daily; $15.00 weekly
Mrs. Letitia Mathews
Always cool and
delightful. Fresh,
| invigorating salt
sea breezes. Its
famous five-mile j
bathing beach j
offers the best and
safest surf bathing on the coast
Splendid boardwalk lined with
high-grade amusements, theaters,
piers and novelty abopa. Walter
Pfeifter's 'Orchestra gives daily
concerts. Excellent hotels at
moderate rates. Fine motor
road*. Good garage accommoda
tions. For illustrated folder and
further Information, write today
W. Oawrtrlght Smith
Beard at Trad.
WUdwaad. N. I.
Wildwood Manor k ;° 0: oc^n
front; fresh and salt water In baths;
run. water; hot and cold, in bedrooms,
elec. elev.; tennis courts, etc. Opens
June 27. Mrs. Win. R. Lester. Mgr.
Hotel Sheldon. Ami. plan. Daily rates
Rooms, with run. water, $1 to $3.50.
Pvt. baths. $4 to $6. Elev. Booklet.
D. J. WOODS, Owncrahlp-Managemt-
A atrietly modem hotel with excellent
table tod ssrriee. Altitude 2000 feet.
Splendid roeds: irolf. tennis, etc.
Open Jane 20th to October Ist
Address until Jana 10th.
John .J. Gibbous. Manager
Hotel Rennert Baltimore. Md.
Now Open
> For Summer Boarders
New Record Made in Num
ber of Divorce Cases
Listed in County
Eighty-nine divorce actions have
been listed for hearing in the Dau
phin county courts, the largest list
|in recent years. Six of these are
j contested cases in which counsel
' will appear for the respondent in
| the action and oppose the applica
tion for separation.
The last session of divorce court
was held during the week of April 21
I when about sixty-five cases had
been listed, a number of which
had been continued. In two months
attorneys for husbands and wives
seeking separation have listed the
oighty-nine cases for hearing and
they have been arranged at the of
fice of Prothonotary Charles E. Pass
for hearing as follows:
Mary Elizabeth vs. William Ever
ly, Robert E. vs. Jetta I. Houser,
continued; Gertie M. vs. Harry W.
James, Harry A. vs. Edna M. Gault,
Violet vs. Israel Cole, Florence M. vs.
'Harry A. Evans.
Jacob S. vs. Teresa M. Hetrick,
continued; Katharine vs. Maurice
Balsam, Daisy P. vs. Robert D.
Meredith, Lillian vs. Harry Kramer,
John C. vs. Sarah Florence Hoffman,
Ada M. vs. George S. Hetrick, Mary
E. vs. William McC. Watson, Sallie
M. vs. Homer O. Matter.
John vs. Rezi Schram, continued;
Rebecca vs. Abe Rosenfeld, Annie
Laurie vs. William D. Pindar, Mar
garet M. vs. Anthony Arnold,
George W. vs. Lizzie Smith.
Mary vs. William E. Quenzler,
Daisy A. vs. Henry G. Moser, Lucy
M. vs. James Burton Willits, Eugenie
M. vs. Clarence R. Hawk, Rose J.
vs. John Loppas, Dora I. vs. Floyd
A. Hocker, Coutardo vs. Lucy Pran
zlni, Mary H. vs. William E. Ruth
erford, Evitsa vs. Jordan Angeloff,
Eugene vs. Viola T. Magnani, John E
vs. Julia Longenecker, Nannie vs.
William Lipsey, Frederick S. vs.
Ethel M. Kerr, Israel H. vs. Ellen
Walmer, Zola M. vs. Cass M. Brun
dage, Jesse S. vs. Jessie P. Wagner,
Besse A. vs. John P. Lynch, Delia vs.
Charles E. Lehman, Ignatius vs.
Lillian Viola Smothers, Bessie vs.
Garnet M. Jackson, Jesse D. vs.
Blanche A. Gulden, Edith vs. Eugene
Willie vs. Benjamin Randolph,
John E. vs. Annie M. Brown, Amy
M. vs. Robert A. Braxton, Daisy D.
vs. David M. Burger, Sarah E. vs.
Harry C. Furley, continued; Ross O.
vs. Susan Katherine Gaul. Timothy
B. vs. Edna Hay Heekard, Levi vs.
Margaret Thomas Shealer. Mabel H.
vs. Osmer M. Chambers, Doland H.
vs. Sarah E. Knell. Tracy A. vs.
George A. Zeiters, Nora A. H. vs.
Walter H. Reber, Edna P. vs. George
C. Yochum, Viola vs. William James
Carr, Ella L. vs. Claude S. Shively,
Roy F. vs. Delia A. Kieffer, Clara S.
vs. Jerome M. SheafTer, Vesta May
vs. James Young Gahring, Winnie
vs. lEdmund Davis, Clara R. ivs.
Simon S. Urich.
Iva M.. ,by next friend, sister,
Sadie V. Krebs vs. George William
SchaefTer, Joseph A. vs. Marguerite
M. Breault, Edward A. vs. Susan P.
Forsythe, Helen M. vs. John S.
Marsh, RlUa S. vs. William C. Mow
ers, Sylvia E. vs. Ross B. Bair, Hen
derson G. vs. Martha Ellen Sigler,
John A. vs. Sarah Hartz, Florence P.
vs. Albert J. Foltz, Helen M. vs.
Charles H. Sides, James M. vs. Lena
Ripiltsnydfcr, 'continued; Anna vs.
Albert Grimmer, Ada E. vs. William
E. Fleisher, Theressa vs. Domenick
Longo, Samuel vs. May Mills Houck,
F"risby J. vs. Pearl Rollins Thomp
son. Ruth B. vs. George W. Copper
smith, Mary Kathryn vs. William
John Baymiller, Edith H. vs.
Charles Neubaum, John R. vs. Jen
nette S. Blamer, continued: Clara C.
vs. Thomas T. Garland, George M.
vs. Sarah E. Naee, Luka vs. Theresa
Zorovich, Fannie M. vs. Herbert W.
Johnson. Sarah C. vs. John W. Me-
Gowan, Matilda M. vs. John M. Met
tinger. Roger M. vs. Lillian M. Fay
j man, John R. vs. Alma L. Weibley.
York Haven, Pa., June, 18.—
Teachers for the ensuing term of
1919-20, were elected at a recent
meeting of the Fairview township
school board, as follows: South Point
school, H. M. Sutton; Plnetown, H.
M. Straley; New Market grammar,
Miss Malinda Baylor; New Market
primary, Miss Elizabeth Kunkel;
Cedar Grove, J. W. Weigle; Brick,
J. Rankin Moore; Nauvoo, A. L.
Myers; Hickory Grove, Ira E. Shaw;
Pleasan View, Miss Ruth Stahle,
Karns, R. Nesbit Straley. Fisher's
Cross Roads teachers for Eichberg
er's and the Marsh schools have not
been named as yet. A teachers'
association was formed by electing
the following officers: president, H.
M. Straley: vice president, J. W.
Weigle: secretary, Miss Malinda Bay
lor; treasurer, R. Nesbit Straley; or
ganist, Miss Bertha Baylor.
New berry town, Pa.. June 18.—Mrs.
Mary Hen-man, wife of Clayton
Herrman, died on Monday, death re
sulting from a complication of dis
eases, from which she suffered for
five months. She was sixty-eight
years old and and was a member
of the Church of God for forty years.
She is survived by her husband and
four children: Mrs. Minnie Hicks,
Washington, D. C.; Mrs. William
Keller, Mrs. William Bear, both of
Harrisburg and George E. Herrman,
N ewberrytown.
For Mei and Women Who Have l.oat
Their "Pep"
Here's the great original Joy tab
let—the pill that puts the "pep" in
Papa the mettle in Mamma, that's
fine for Sister Sue and Brother Ben—
the famous Margo Nerve Tablets,
wonderful for putting vim, vigor and
vitality into nervous, tired out, all
in, despondent people in a few days
in many instances.
No need of being old or feeling old
lefore your time when you can buy
a box of Witrgo Nerve Tab.,y* from
11. C. Kernady, Ot*o. A. Oorgas, or
any reliable druggist on a guarantee
to refund the full purchase price of
the first package if they do not give
satisfactory results.
Thousands praise this fine old rem
edy for its restoring power in cases
of general debility, weakened nerve
force, mental depression or unstrung
nerves caused by overwork, worry or
over-indulgence of any kind. Peo
ple who feel tired out, all In after the
slightest effort and who seem to have
lost the good old, punch that used to
make them famous should surely give
this prescription a trial, as it works
quickly and is perfectly harmless.
Business and Memoriail Ses
sions in Afternoon; Ban
quet in the Evening
Veteran employes of the Middle
Division, Pennsylvania railroad* will
gather here to-morrow. It will be
the twenty-third annual meeting of
the Veteran Employes' Association
of the Middle Division. The busi
ness session will open In the P. R.
R. Y. M. C. A. auditorium, Reily
street near Sixth, at 2 P. M. The
meeting will be called to order by
N. W. Smith, general superintendent
of the eastern divisions, who will
later turn over the gavel to J. C.
Johnson, superintendent of the Mid
dle division.
Banquet In Evening
Vets will come to Harrisburg on
regular trains in the morning and
will look over the city. The busi
ness session will include a half-hour
period for memorial services.
There will be appropriate music and
a eulogy on the deceased members
who died during the year. Follow
ing the election of officers, there
will be a recess until 6.30 P. M.,
when the annual banquet will be
held at Chestnut Street Hall. A
special train leaving Harrisburg at
9 P. M. will be provided for the
veterans going westward after the
banquet. The list of deceased mem
bers follows:
Members Who Died During the Year
R. W. Cline, York; B. M. Kincald,
Altoona; S. J. Knepley, Altoona; C.
B. Snyder, Harrisburg; R. W. Par
sons, Altoona; James McCully, Dun
cannon; O. W. Reffner, Hollidays
burg; G. H. Delo, Altoona; B. F. Cox,
Tyrone; J. H. Trout, Harrisburg;
Christian Rath, Sr., Altoona; G. F.
Fayman, Harrisburg; W. H. Wat
ters, Altoona; J. P. Davis, Barree; L
M. Johnson, Altoona; James Alex
ander, Church's Ferry, North Da
kota: D. W. Homan, Hollidaysburg;
A. H. Cross, Hollidaysburg; U. G.
Johnston, Altoona; H. E. Barnhart,
Harrisburg; David Garland, Holli
daysburg; R. M. Rorabaugh, Spruce
Creek; J. C. Carney, Altoona; Sam
uel Aloway, Eldorado; H. E. Rarick,
Altoona; Edward Snyder, Altoona; A.
J. Darned, Altoona; Porter Pope,
Huntingdon; J. L. Sandoe, Harris
burg; C. E. Henderson, Williams
burg; W. H. Yocum, Harrisburg; J.
W. Carpenter, Altoona; W. B. Wil
son, Holmesburg; R. L. Hunter, Hol
lidaysburg; J. M. Crull, Harrisburg;
Ephraim Mover, Port Royal; J. C.
. Bnrkholder, Harrisburg; W. D. Mc-
Kelvey, Wilkinsburg; Thomas Bayle,
Altoona; J. J. Craig, Altoona; G. S.
Adams, Altoona; P. H. Hammaker,
Altoona; A- M. Cleveland, Harris
burg; John Hnebner, Altoona; J. S.
i Garrett, Lewiatown, Total, 46.
Pennsylvania Elks Hold
Banquet Prior to Week's
Convention in Lake City
Brie. Pa-. June IS. —With a ban
quet at the Lawrence, attended by
more than 200 delegates, the thir
teenth annual State convention of the
Pennsylvania State Association of
Elks got under way Tuesday. Some
of the biggest men In the State as
well as In Elkdom were present when
Justice of the Supreme Court Emory
A. Walling was introduced as toast
master of the evening.
All day long to-day hundreds of
visitors and delegates to the Elks'
convention poured Into the city. Sev
eral thousand at the lowest estimate,
are now here and to this number are
being added and It is expected that
by Thursday fully 20,000 will be in
the city.
Meeting the incoming delegation at
every train were the White Squadron
and the Elks' Band. And a royal wel
come the visitors were given. Open
house was the order at the home,
Eighth and Peach streets, and other
lodges. Masons, Eagles and Moose,
gave notice that their places would
also be open for reception.
Preceded by a street parade last
night. In which the squadron and
band participated, the delegates
marched to the Hotel Lawrence.
The Liberty A. C. got under the
wheels of the New Cumberland base
ball tank yesterday and was rolled
flat, 12-3. with the following casual
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Sourbler, c„... 4 1 2 9 3 3
Weaver, p.... 4 1 2 1 2 0
Ziegler, lb ..... 4 0 10 0 0 1
Shindler, ss .... 4 0 1 0 o*3
Barr, 2b ...... 4 0 0 2 2 3
Yentzer, 3b .... 4 0 1 4 2 1
Weil. If 4 0 0 1 0 1
Musser, ct .... 3 0 1 2 0 1
Rich, if 3 1 1 0 1 2
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Stetler, ss 4 2 1 1 3 0
Hempt. 2b .... 4 3 2 1 1 1
Fisher. 4 3 2 0 1 0
Updegraft. If .. 4 1 1 0 0 0
Beckley, c ■ 4 1 315 0 0
Fehl, lb 4 0 2 7 3 0
W. Bryan. 3b .. 3 1 0 2 3 0
Earney, cf .... 3 0 1 1 0 2
Bryan, rf 3 1 1 0 0 1
N. Cumberland.. 20212102 2—12
Liberty A. C. .00010002 o—3
Two-base hits, Bryan, Hempt,
Sourbier. Three-base hit. Fehl. Sac
rifice hits. Ziegler, Earney. Struck
out, by Fisher, 15; Weaver, 7. Base
on balls, off Fisher, 3; Weaver. 4.
Left on base. Liberty A. C., 3, Weil,
Yentzer, Shindler. Hit by pitcher,
Updegraff. Wild pitches, Weaver, 1;
Fisher, 1. Dropped thrown- ball,
Barr, 3. Balk, Weaver. Umpire. D.
Humilßlstown, Pa., June 17.
Members of the Ladies' Aid Society
of Zion Lutheran chruch were en
tertained last evening by Mrs. Charles
Hoffman and Mrs. Charles Bale at
the home of the latter, 21 S. Rail
road street. The evening was pleas
antly spent and refreshments were
served. The guests present were:
Mrs. Mary Bolton. Mrs. Herbert
Games, Mrs. Irvin Bomgardner, Mrs.
Early Etter, Mrs. Vernon Walters,
Mrs. Abner Hoover, Mrs. Katie Mil
ler. Mrs. Harry Forney, Mrs. Samuel
Walters, Mrs. Samuel Zerter. Mrs.
George Light. Miss Ida Deimler, Miss
Lulu Bolton. Miss Blanche Bomgard
ner, Mrs. Florence Dorßheimer, Mrs.
Charles Hoffman and Mrs. Charles
Shlrertanstown, Pa., Juna 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Sheely are
quietly celebrating their flfty-flrßt
wedding anniversary at tfcpir home
Is East Mais street (o-day.
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exercises held last night in the
school auditorium.
Dr. Blaisdell is dean of the' School
of Liberal Arts, Pennsylvania State
College. Seated before him in a re
served section were the seventy odd
students who were about to receive
their diplomas, back of them and
in the galleries were hundreds of
relatives and friends who crowded
the auditorium almost to capacity.
"Spiritual Daring" was the theme
which Dr. Blaisdell spoke about, de
claring that this is what made the
morale of the American soldier so
different and so much more effective
than that of any of the allied coun
tries or Germany.
"Germany had physical morale, so
had we. She had Intellectual morale
and so had we. We must admit
those facts. But she did not have
the spiritual morale, the spiritual
daring which the American troops
had. We must keep that spirit with
us. No nation can live without it.
It is the very essence of American
citizenship." ,
Experiences of Washington at
Valley Forge and Lincoln during his
Presidency were given by the speak
er as only two examples of this
great spiritual daring.
Students of the class who epoke
during the evening were Lester Mil
ler, salutatorian, whose oration was
on "The Father and Son Move
ment;" Roy Dixon, "Cjamping on the
Trail of "Mars," a plea to wipe out
Bolshevism, anarchy and lawless
ness, and Hugh Wells, valedictorian,
who spoke on "Citizenship." The
valedictorian is the youngest stu
dent to be graduated from a city
high school.
Gold medals for excellence in
mathematics, given by the class of
1918, and for four years of the best
work In science and tnathematics
were awarded to Ralph Franklin
Lippi. The president of the class
presented to Professor William D.
Meikle, dean of the class of 1919. a
leather'traveling bag in appreciation
of his services and fellowship with
the boys. The school orchestra, di
rected by Professor George W. Upde
grove,'furnished music, and the de
votional program was conducted by
the Rev. Dr. S. W. Herman.
President Robert A. Enders, of the
City School Board, was present but
because of illness requested Direc
tor Harry A. Boyer to present the
diplomas to the class. Those who
received diplomas were:
Technical Preparatory Course—
Abram Ralph Burkholder, Edwin
Ross Deimler, David Jerome Ell
tnger, Kenneth Edwin Fisher, Wil
liam H. Fortna, Maurice Francis
Habbarde, James Finn Haehnlen,
Wayne Clyde Hartmire, Heindel
Melllnger Hinkle, Julius Leslie
Kamsky, William Jacob Maurer.
John Philip Miller. Andrew Jackson
Musser, John C. Reighter, Bertram
H. Saltzer. David Asemowltz Snyder,
Richard Maxwell Spangler, Robert
Morton Splcer, John D. Stephenson,
Jr., W. Stewart Taylor, Hugh Decu
tur Welle. Henry Bruner Young.
Scientific Course—George W. Al
bright, Ferdinand Dawrence Beck.
John C. Beck. Henry Stehman Bell,
Lester Roland Bell, Victor Augustin
Bihl, H. Kenneth Boyer, Charles Al
fred Brown, G. Eart Collins, John
Edward Conner, Roy William Dixon,
Harry C. Boyle, Jr., Harry Sheck
Ebert, Gilbert G. Ebner, Luther
Wells Eckert, Frank Joseph Fellows.
Jr., Jay Dee Gehrett, Henry J.
Grimm, Harry Augustus Gumpert,
Albert Hughes Hahn, George Wil
liam Hamme, Luther Neven Heagy,
Charles David Herbert, Charles Vic
tor Hoar, William Strohm Hoemer,
Ralph Elliott Johnson, John Paul
Jones, Edward Gilbert Keane, Wil
liam R. A. Keane, Frederick Laus
ter, Jr., Ralph Franklin Lippi, Gor
don Richard Matter, Lester S. Mil
ler, Wilbur Isaac Nisley, Julius
Nurlck, Olney V. M. Payne, James
Robert Peifer, Neil Samuel Picker
ing, Leland M. Reichert. John Clif
ford Richards, Joseph Edgar Sellers,
Ralph Foster Shader, Marchant
Nissley Shaftner, Peter Paul Weh
ner Shank, Frank Demick Shimer,
Henry M. Shope, Jr., John Hepford
Sparver, Joseph Wachtman, James
Dewey Wallace, Grant Park Weaver,
and Michael C. Wevodau.
Dover, Pa., June 18.—Miss Mary
Rentzcl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Rentzel, and Chauncey Henry,
recently returned from overseas,
were married Saturday by the Rev.
Dr. Adam Stumpf. A wedding din
ner was served on Sunday at the
home of the bride's brother, Paul
A Real
Hair Saver
This Man Is Growing Hairless.
Parisian Sage Is Just the
Thing for Such Case*.
"This'll make it Grow Da<My
If your hair is thinning out, pre
maturely gray, brittle, lifeless full
of dandruff and your head itches
like mad, quick action must be tak
en to save your hair.
Don't wait until the hair root is
dead, for then nothing can help you.
Get from Kennedy's Drug Store
or any good drug or toilet counter
today a bottle of Parisian sage—it
doesn't cost much and there's noth
ing else you could use that's so sim
ple, safe and effective.
You will surely be delighted with
the first application. Your hair will
seem much more abundant and rad
iant with life and beauty—all itching
ceases and your scalp feels cool and
comfortable. Parisian sage is in
great demand by discriminating
women because it is delicately per
fumed, does not color or streak the
hair, and keeps it lustrous, soft and
Be sure you get the genuine Pari
sian sage (Glroux's) for this is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
nothing to pay.
• w;*
Country Club Defeats
William sport Players
In an interesting golf match at the
Harrisburg Country Club links, Har
risburg defeated Williamsport by a
score of 11 to 6. Following the con
test dinner was served. 'The win
ners follow:
W. C. Fownes, Harrisburg, lost to
Watson; John C. Herman, Harris
burg, defeated A. H. Bubb; Fred B.
Harry, Harrisburg, defeated Roth
fuss; Robert McCreath, Harrisburg,
lost to Fleming; Walter McGulre,
Harrisburg, won from Shelen; W.
Baldwin, Harrisburg, lost to Knight;
Joseph Clement, Harrisburg, won
from Parsons: A. H. Armstrong,
Harrisburg, won from H. C. Bubb;
Harry Neal, Harrisburg, won from
Mitchell; John Sweeney, Harrisburg,
lost to Klessling; E. Kiester, Harris
burg, lost to Grnff; Clair Miller, Har
risburg. won from Lamade; A. A.
Wjert, Harrisburg, won from Pray;
Henry Drake, Harrisburg, won from
Thomson; C. B. Miller, Harrisburg,
won from Rhen; and George John
son, Harrisburg, won from Profes
sional Gagen.
A dozen alleged gambling devices
said to be traveling with the Harry
Hunter Company, which has been
exhibiting at Third and Harris
streets for the past ten days, were
ordered closed last evening by Chief
of Police Wetzel. Four others are
reported to have left the show last
week following restrictions placed on
them by order of Mayor Keister, A
dance with the show was ordered
modified by the chief.
All the Family^
Ought to take Father John's
Medicine as a Tonic and
Body Builder—You gain
Aesh and strength taking
this wholesome food medi
Remember Father John's
Medicine does not contain
alcohol or dangerous drags.
Over 60 Years In fse
Begin today taking Father John's
Medicine after meals and at bedtime
and see how promptly you gain
weight and new strength.
With False Teeth?
Dr. Wernet's
k Knh thorn firm. NfMbMiios,
* White. flmni Astatic.
If your dental plate is loose and i
drops, get instant relief use Dr. i
Wernet's Powder for false teeth.
You can eat, laugh, talk with ease.
Guaranteed by Wernet Dental Mfg. Co.,
116 Beekman St., N. Y. 25c, 50c, ft SI.OO. <
At Drug and Department Stores. Refuse 1
all others. This is tha original potvder. I
NO one can predict the severity of the coming
winter, just as no one dreamed that such an
extraordinarily bitter winter as that of 1917-18
would visit this locality.
In the summer of 1917 householders failed to fill their bins
and, when the fall and winter rush came, production could not
match the demands of the coal users. You remember the hard
ships and suffering.
30 Cents
Per Ton
will be added to the present prices on the first day of July and
again on September Ist 20 cents more will be added.
Furthermore we are expecting an increase in freight rates
which possibly will further increase prices 25 or 30 cents per ton.
How much more will be added to the prices during the winter,
owing to the heavy demands, we are not prepared to say.
Arrange for your coal at once as the coal t
must be in your bins before July Ist to get
advantage present prices.
Forster & Cowden Sts.
7th & Woodbine Sts. 6th Near Hamilton St.
7th & Reily Sts. 15th & Chestnut Sts.
JfiL. —. * J
■ V
JUNE 18, 1919.
The city bathhouse at Island Park
was opened yesterday for the sum
mer season. J. K. Staples, play
ground supervisor, announced.
George A. Sourbier and Walter B.
Rupley will be In charge during the
season. Monday, Thursday and Sat
urday afternoons the bathhoueee
will be open for girls only; also on
Thursday evening. ,
Are you always successful on baking
day? Are your cakes light and spongy
and your biscuits white and flaky?
If not, let us help yea with
/Acrosspuz/ *v
) (Hot? Not on Lake Superior!
4 Vt/HEN the mercury i playing around in the upper eighties,
I 1 W |gj you wish Henry Ford would invent a scll-refrigcrating
\ collar—do you ever stop to remember that the temperature of
\ Lake Superior never rises above 40 degrees?
I What ifjrou don't spare the time for a long holiday? The Canadian
ng\ Pacific Hallway's Clyde-built steamships make a five-day trip from
Port McNicoll to Fort William and back, during which you can be
HSJa. aR cool as an Eskimo and as comfortable as a New York clubman.
■IM Roomy cabins, the best of chefs—oh, those broiled Lake Superior
§ whitefish! —tea on deck under the lazy awnings—seagulls against
HH ■ y the long, northern sunset —and a breeze from a thousand miles
jfijr 'Ng fts of clean pine woods, on duty twenty-four hours in the day.
wgv .. J IT Then —if yon find you've got more time than you counted
jL-'S /k on—how about a week on the Nipigon River,forty miles from
L,' "- Vj Il\ Fort William, with guides, ranoes and campfires and white
R r el I IVI water under the moon —and more speckled trout than you
MgV / |\\ lcnow what to do with?
Bi Si / I\\ How do you get there? Ask for Resort Tour No. 8-111.
FT*S The Canadian Pacific Railway
' /I\\\ Ticket Office
HHBP™ /l\ \ \ 1231 Broadway New York City
Hedge Clippers—Grass Shears—Sides and Edge Tools
All Kinds of Machinery Repaired
Court and Cranberry Streets
Gel Rid of TEat.
Persistent Cmgh
♦T eak J BII V IBr ' P*l*tnt coagU
*ff<uH?nn'. T.u tac throat or long
w L th Eckman's AlteraCre?
the tonic and upbuilder Of 2Q t ear***
■gCCOMfulw. 800 iid .M
or from
bckman Laboratory. PhnedeiDhi*