Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, July 09, 1919, Page 9, Image 9

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Only Hope of Restoring Peace
there, Japanese
Tokio, July 9.—That all aspects i
of military rule should be completely I
banished from Korea is the opinion I
of representative Japanese. Thus |
only, they say, can Japan hope to
re-establish peace and order among ,
the Korean people.
It is generally admitted here that |
the disaffection is not removed, but j
merely quiescent, ready to burst
forth anew once the existing mill- 1
tary pressure is removed.
Institution of a civilian govern- :
ment and removal of the present I
gendarme police system are bellev- j
ed here to be necessary. The gen- j
darms are held responsible for cases ,
of brutality and mistreatment, the >
soldiers being only responsible, it is I
declared, for the killing of Koreans
in the Christian church at Cheam- |
pi. In this case, says the Herald of j
Asia, a Japanese policeman had
been murdered, and his body muti
lated. The gendarmes told the ar- j
riving soldiers an exaggerated story, |
says the newspaper, and the young j
troops joined the gendarmes in a i
massacre of the people.
Once the gendarmerie method ofj
policing the peninsula is removed, |
and the people given more local j
autonomy, such as the villages of
Japan enjoy, the newspaper thinks
the Koreans may see that their best
interests lie in the peaceful accept
ation of things as they are.
Responsible organs of opinion
here favor making Korea an integral
part of the Japanese empire politic
ally, as it already is territorially.
Korea, they conceive, might be made
a province of Japan, with a civil
governor nad proper representation
in the Japanese Diet. But before this
is possible, the newspapers think,
the Koreans must pass through the
necessary education and show them
selves prepared for selfgovernmcnt.
U. S. Navy Officer Who
Will be Aboard the R-34
on Flight Across the Ocean
Uncle Sam's Navy is to have a
reprsentatlve on board the giant
British dirigible R-3 4 when the first
attempt is made to fly across the At
lantic in a lighter than air machine,
lieutenant Zachary Lansdowne will
be on the R-3 4 when it leaves Lon
don for Roosevelt Field, Mineola,
Long Island. The big airship is ready I
to start, London dispatches state, as
soon as weather conditions are fav
Local Militia Ready For
Annual Encampment
Officers and 'men of Company T,
Pennsylvania Reserve Militia, are
busy making preparations to attend
the annual encampment of the Mili
tia, at Camp Henderson, Mt. Gretna,
commencing next Saturday. Three
officers and 60 men from this city
are included in the Company, which
has been recruited to full strength.
Captain Paul Harm is the com
manding officer with First Lieuten
ant Frank Fahnestock, Jr., and Sec
ond Lieutenant S. F. Bruker as the
other commissioned officers.
Tents and other camp equipment
are already being shipped from the
State Arsenal here, that it might be
placed in sufficient time for the ar
rival of the troops on Friday. An
advance detail will be sent to assist
in placing the materials in position.
Major John Coolbaugh, of Allen,
town, will be in charge of this work
which will start on Thursday morn
Company I will leave this city
about 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, <
reporting at brigade headquarter' '
late in the afternoon. The men wilt •
take with them only such articles as L
will be needed in field service, over
coats being left behind. New
Springfield rifles were recently is
sued to the men.
Pershing Awards
21 Service Crosses
Washington, July 9.—General Per
shing notified the War Department
to-day that, acting for President
Wilson, he had awarded Distinguish
ed Service Crosses to 21 officers and
men. They tncluded: Sergeants Al
bert C. Meyer, (deceased), Jean
nette. Pa.; Lan D. McVicar,.Norfolk,
f'onn., and Tracy S. White. Long
Branch, N. J., and Private William
B. Main, Rouseville, Pa.
London lf it did not contain
the Taj Mahal, the most beautiful
building in the world, Agra would
still be famous because of the Pearl
mosque. No nation but India could
have produced Shah Jahan, the con
noisseur and dreamer, with power
and resources to command the serv
ices of world-famous artists. The
combination produced the Pearl
mosque and the other treasurers of
The glistening white monuments of
Shah Jahan appear more beautiful by
contrast with India's swarnting,
reeking, dust-laden cities. The Pearl
mosque is a palace of mosques. Its
pointed gilt domes are lined with
shining white marble, and below are
delicately fashioned arches and
cloister walls. White marble pillars
meet overhead in scalloped arches,
which lead the eye up to the vaulted
Tho effect is unimpaired by furni
ture or decoration. Everything is
simple and shell-like, as if a dreamer
had evolved the misty outlines of a
temple and the dream had suddenly
materialized in white marble. A long
slab of black marble bears the In
scription title of the mosque. Shah
Jahan likened the finished temple to
a pearl without price. So It became
"the Pearl mosque of Agra." The
temple has the smooth whiteness and
iridescence of a pearl, but the lines
suggest rather a great white flower
with curving petals, adapted into a
dream temple by a master dreamer.
I Comfort
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"The Live Store" "Always Reliable"
I Come Here "Thursday Morning"
1 you want to see how the people are responding
to our "Shirt Sale"—We told you this would be a record-breaking ||
llSSiweek, and we are glad to say there's no doubt about it. There's never been a "Shirt
§| I.—l Sale" in Harrisburg compared to
jATurjuuru j More people have been here buying shirts during the past few i- nj ~ ,iri ~ n - r * r ~ rL T I
I All $1.50 1 days than have ever attended any previous "Shirt Sale." Of course we expected large crowds 1 All $2.50 1
J Shirts t the y keep coming every hour to get the wonderful values we are offering. But that's what we wanted — I i. . 1
J ) that's why we have these Big "Shirt Sales," so we can do a greater volume of business and give you and your I utllTtS f
1 {I JO | friend* the benefit of the big savings that are represented. J A•% nn % B
I Every Shirt Reduced (Except Manhattans) | r xrr _ \ I
I This magnificent collection of shirts displayed Then look at the other window filled with I
at Doutrichs are the handsomest and most pleasing styles that madras, percale and mercerized shirts —still farther, a window
| designers and weavers have ever created. The silks especially are patterns of work shirts in which is the most liberal display of "Signal" Shirts you
that are far above the ordinary plain effects usually shown. They command have ever looked at. We have hundreds of dozens of them and our low
attention because of their unsurpassed beauty and rich color tones. The price is making everybody sit up and take notice that we are determined to
fabrics are substantial made for service as well as looks—Men like to buy give good quality work shirts to the wage earner at very reasonable prices—
their Shirts here and when they can't get here themselves they send the In the fourth window are great heaps of Boys' "Kaynee" Shirts and Blouses
women folks because we have the styles and patterns that please them—lf / —the kind the boys want —the only kind mothers are especially interested in,
you want to get an idea what human intelligence and skill can produce, look and then to think that our prices are less than mother can make them. This
at our mammoth Silk Shirt window. is a real shirt sale in which nobody has been left out.
I All $1.50 Shirts $1.19 AU $5.85 Shirts $4 RQ All $8,85 Silk Shirto s7,ftQ 1
I All $2.50 Shirts $1 KQ All $6.85 Silk Shirts All SIO.OO Silk Shirts Sft.ftQ J
| All $3.50 Shirts All $7.85 Silk Shirts All $12.00 Silk Shirts $9.89 1
IP£F]| All $5.00 Shirts $3.89 ]j j I
1 sir t" What about these five dollar shirts—well they are without I I Chambray 9
i ir S i question the easiest selling and best looking shirts that have been offered this season I ) Shirts
99c ; I —Talk about rich silk stripes! You should see these shirts we are selling so many of at the Big Shirt r
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July will be our big clothing month—look at these prices for high grade r —^
clothes, they tell the story why our clothing department is always busy—All Hart Schaff ner & Marx, V— imJ I
Kuppenheimer and Society Brand Clothes are included in our July Reductions. We don't pick the good looking suits out of
I sight—they are here for you to choose at the lowest prices you have seen this season. Mfijf Jjs/.
All $25.00 Suits RQ All $40.00 Suit* I
All $30.00 Suits s24.fifl All $45.00 Suits 537.50 \ 1
All $35.00 Suits All $50.00 Suite s4l \ I
All $38.00 Suits s3l .SO All $60.00 Suits ftAftlsO 1
304 . Harrisburg, - • 1
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1 Reliable ; ■
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JULY 9, 1919.