Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, July 10, 1919, Page 20, Image 20

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Oliver C. Bishop, of Oberlin.
to Run For Nomination
on Republican Ticket
Oliver C. Bishop, of Oberlin, to
day announced his candidacy for
county treasurer at the Fall prim
aries on- the Republican ticket.
Mr. Bishop is a native of Dauphin |
county and one of the best-known
Republicans in the lower end dis
trict. He was a school teacher in
Swatara towr.-ship for fourteen years
and for a long time has been active
ly engaged in business th?re, hav
ing connections with one of the
Steeltor,- banks. As tax collector lie
has become familiar with county
collection methods and is generally!
considered by his friends as well
qualified for the treasurersliip.
Mr. Bishop has been engaged in|
various forms of war work durtng|
the past two years and is a leader!
in- public affairs in his locality.
English Forfeit Fortune
of ex-Bulgarian King
Jiy Associated Press.
1/melon. July 10. —Securities val
ued at $2,000,000 belonging to for
mer King Ferdinand of Bulgaria,
which have been in London since
the beginning of the war, were de
clared forfeited to the crown to-|
day. The forfeiture was made after J
proceedings before a commissioner,
and a jury.
Ferdinand of Bulgaria abdicated j
in favor of Crown Prince Boris on
October 3, 191S, and since has been
living in Coburg. Germany. On May
25, it was reported be had request
ed the government of Czecho-Slo
vakia to grant him refuge but no
action was taken on the request.
Marietta. July 10. —Mr. and Mrs. j
Joseph T. Keesey, of Columbia, cele
brated their golden wedding to-day.
A son, Dr. Alexander C. Keesey, lost
his life in France.
Miirteltn. July 10. —Mrs. Mirimla j
Grove, one of Marietta's best-known
women, is seriously ill at her home!
on West Market street. Mrs. Grove 1
is past SO years of age.
Next Time —Buy
: HH ~yte mam
They are the tough
Ml tread tires and a
t|l\J marvel in their re
sistance to wear.
Tl (• R"tlrf
(Buy riik)
For Sale by Dealers
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J, J. :< .
To Be Sold in Connection With the Settlement of an Estate
Modern in every respect, well built, with all the refinements
necessary for comfort and real home enjoyment.
Located on Market Street, near Hamilton Place, 10 rooms, reception hall, bath
room, electric and gas throughout, hard wood floors open stairway art
glass windows summer kitchen, front and back porches with cement floors.
Small barn suitable for garage; chicken house Lot 112x330 feet, more or less.
Beautiful shade trees, shrubbery, flowers and large lawn plums, peaches, t
apricots, cherries, pear trees, grapes and berries Cement pavement and
walks. Just the home you will enjoy. Must be seen to be appreciated. Can
be inspected at any time. For further particulars inquire of
E. L. EGOLF, Administrator
12 N. Second St. 2nd Floor Harrisburg.
I'fler Vnndcrloo, 230 S. becotld St., HarrUburg.
Krwin P. Johnson, 2111 Hwatara St., Ifurrlntiurg.
Mass Meeting at
Bethel A. M. E. Tonight
A mass meeting and reception to
i new members secured in the recent
j membership drive will be held at
; Bethel A. M. K. Church this evening,
| under the auspices of the National
J Association for the Advancement of
People. The feature of the
meeting will be the report of the
Cleveland conference by the secre
tary of the local branch, Robert J.
Nelson, who represented Harris
! The executive committee of the
! local branch is enthusiastic over
prospects of securing at least one
thousand members before December
1. The officers of the local branch
are: C. Sylvester Jackson, presi
dent; Marshall Fieklin, vice-presi
dent: Robert J. Nelson, secretary;
James M. Auter, treasurer; executive
committee. \V. Austin Carter, Dr. ('.
I Rennon Carter, Dr. Charles H.
• Crampton. the Rev. K. L. Cunning-
I ham. the Rev. A. J. Greene, Charles
E. Howard. F. L. Jefferson. George
• I Potts and the Rev. B. M. Ward.
■ Mrs. James C. Kreitzer died yes
-1 tcrdaV at her home in Hosier aven
j tie. Lemoyne, aged 75 years. She
I loaves her husband and the follow
i ing children-: Mrs. Cora L. King and
j Samuel C. Kreitzer, of Altoona: Mrs.
' .Tenn-ie E. Miller, Slate Hill; Mrs.
Mina 1.. Sadler. Camp Hill: Mrs.
Maud 51. Rice. Lemoyne and Howard
and Ruth Kreitzer at home: 18
grandchildren and eight great grand
children. The body may be viewed
at the home this evening at S o'clock
[ Funeral services will be held Friday
| afternoon at 2 o'clock and burial
, will be made in Camp Hill Cemetery.
By Associated Press.
Paris. July 10.—Reports received
from German sources that Ameri
can troops would occupy t'pper
Silesia were denied in American
circles here to-day. A member of
the American peace delegation
characterized the reports as "per
fect rubbish."
By Associated Press.
Paris. Wednesday, July 9.—Major
General Charles P. Summerall and
other members of the commission ap
pointed to investigate the trouble be
j tween Allied troops and Italians at
I Fiume, will confer with the Supreme
J Council of the Peace Conference to- 1
morrow and will leave immediately
afterward for the Adriatic.
Program Announced For
the J. H. Trdup Concert
As a result of the generosity of
J. H. Troup, the city will enjoy an
other free band concert to-night.
The Municipal Band, under the lead
ership of Frank Blumerutetn, has
arranged a tine program which they
will present between 8 and 10 o clock
this evening ut Reservoir Park. The
program follows:
March, "The Southerner," R Alex
ander; overture, "Hungarian- Com
edy," Keler-Bela; descriptive, "Hunt
ing Scene," P. Bucalossi; inter
mezzo, - Eldorey." J. L. von Menden;
selection, "Eileen-," Victor Herbert.
March. "Barn-um & Bailey's Fav
orite," K. 1,. King; overture. "Seml
ramid," G. Rossini; "Sextette from
Lucia," Donzetti: waltz, "Danseuse,"
\V. K. Miles; selection, "Hitchey-
Koo," E. Ray Goetz.
Hill Folk to Hold
Mass Meeting Tonight
To-night at 8:15 the people of the
11 ill will hold a meeting to discuss
the new high school site. The dis
cuasion will be held in the Mtp
Pleasant engine house and will be
attended by several members of the
School Board. The purpose is not
to complain- of the location of the
new site, but rather to have a thor
ough discussion and obtain entire
information on every phase of the
The question of two high schools
will be taken up. and inasmuch as
the School Board, in voting to make
the purchase of the Italian Park site
had decided to withhold action on
the final placing of the site, the con
sideration of the subject will be rs-ot
at all restricted.
Every soldier who wants to show
that he has been in the service, ex
cept conscientious objectors and S.
A. T. C. men, may now obtain the
buttons issued by the government
and which have arrived at the local
recruiting office. Copies of discharge
may be mailed to the recruiting sta
tion, if the soldier cannot call In per
By Associated Press.
Geneva. July 10.—Since the end of
hostilities, 273 Alpinists have been
killed in the Central Alps. During
the present year there have been 26
ascents of Mont Blanc, chiefly by
Americans and British officers.
Girls Open First of j
City's Summer Camps
Everything was in order for the
opening of the playground camp to
j day on McCormick's island, and the
I 33 girls from live of the city's play
j grounds descended upon it in force
this morning. J. K. Staples, play
ground superintendent and V. Grant
Forrer, assistant superintendent of
parks, completed the arrangement of
the site yesterday.
The following girls will go from i
the Reservoir grounds: Grace Key- j
I noids, Grace Lynch. Mary E. Beigh, j
! Josephine Bueller. Edith Eckert. j
! Margaret Young, Ellen Fehrer, j
Sarah Young, Viola Blecker. Beatrice
Amnion, Mildred Emerick, Viola Har- !
man and Caroline Stauffer.
From Emerald street: Helen John- |
son, .leanette Johnson, Edith Kinsey,
and Edna Ebert.
From Maclay. Violet Baumgardner
and Dorothy Beatty.
From Reily: Violet Booth, Charlotte
I Beshore, Elisabeth Seabold. Mary
j Michael, Katherine Embick, Thelma
I Paules and Alice Pipp.
From Boas: Elizabeth Mazy, Anna
L. Cohen, Esther Cohen, Bertha Fried- j
man, Jeanette Aronson, Marjorie
Shiftman ond Minnie Sherman.
Lectures in Spanish
Open to the Public 1
Spanish on "Lo Que Veraos A qui y
I Alia," (What we see here) will be
| given to-night at the summer ses
sion of the School of Spanish by
Mrs. Melvin Menges. The subject
this evening is Ninos" (chil
The school room is radiant with
pictures of children illustrating the j
different sections of the lecture
children sleeping, eating, playing
and working and others demonstrat- I
ing their characteristics of love of I
flowers, religion, music, animals and
pictures and others their moods of i
love, hate, resentment, sorrow and
By the aid of these pictures, jes
, tures and intonations, the meaning
j of the speaker will be conveyed even
Ito those understanding very little
Spanish. These lectures are open
I to the public.
Country School Pupils to
Compete in Gardens
Mrs. Edward Kirby Dawson,
chairman of the municipal depart
ment of the Penbrook Community
Civic Club, has offered prizes for
the neatest and beet kept gardens
to the boys and girls of the Pen
brook. Progress and Prospect
schools. The gardens will be in
spected this week and the prizes
awarded. All boys and girls who
have the gardens must notify Mrs.
Lawson not later than Friday
morning. July 11. Penbrook school
reports fifty-nine contestants, Pro
gress school twenty-four and Pros
pect Hill eight.
More than twenty-five years ago
while living at 1509 Market street,
Mrs. Lewis M. Neiffer, now of River
side, lost her wedding ring in the
yard adjoining the residence. Sev
eral years ago Mr. Neiffer sold the
property to Dr. Loy J. Arnold and
a day or two ago while excavating
for an addition to the house the
ring was found in good condition by
Mr. Faust, one of the workmen, and
Mrs. Neiffer is now wearing it
Colonel C. P. Rogers, U. S. A., re
tired, left his home, 125 Walnut
street, a day or two ago for his
former home in Corry, Pa. Miss
Alexander Rogers, who arrived here
a few days ago after returning from
France, where she was engaged in
government reconstruction work,
accompanied her father for the visit..
Members of Oak Troop, No. 4, Girl
Scouts, of the Stevens Memorial
Methodist Church, will hold no
meetings during the month of July,
owing to the absence from the city
of their lieutenant and others on
their vacations.
Dr. E. R. Plank, of Carlisle, was I
the guest of honor at a welcome
home dinner dance, July 9, at the
Doubling Gap Hotel by friends in
Carlisle. Major Plank served
throughout the war with the Sev
enty-eighth Division, returning a
few weeks ago.
The Misses Elizabeth, Anna and
Delia Mae Simonetti, daughters of
Mr .and Mrs. Maurice Simonetti, 610
Maclay street, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ross Taylor, Seaford, Delaware.
Leon Strick Simonetti has gone to
Eaglesmere to attend the Epworth
league convention as a delegate
from the Fifth Street Methodist
Miss Almeda Herman is expected
home to-morrow after an extended
western trip.
Miss Pauline Wright and Miss
Elsie B. Wright went home to
Youngstown .Ohio, this morning,
after a week's stay in this vicinity
among relatives.
Walter M .Fackler and Charles B. j
Fackler, of Pittsburgh, are visiting I
their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- I
liam H. Jackson, of Green street. |
Robert F. Deane and Miss Kath- i
ryn Deane, his daughter, left for i
their home in Brookline, Mass., this |
morning, after a fortnight's * stay |
among old friends in this city.
Otltor Social Page 8
Standing of the Crews
Philadelphia Division. The 122
crew to go first after 4 o'clock: 123,'
127. 113, 105, 126, 115, 114, 121, 15,
and 110.
Engineers for 127, 113, 05, 2.
Firemen for 22.
Conductors for 127, 105.
Flagmen for 127, 105, 114.
Brakemen for 127, 126, 114 (2), 125. j
Engineers up: Evans, Howard,!
Houseal, Dolby, Shtbley,
Firemen up: Gushing, Kase, Bar
clay. Vogelsong, Utley, Fry, Blckel,
Conductors up: Delaney.
Brakemen up: Klnnard. Burger, I
Hoyer, Silks, Kepner, Cross, Poff,
Alexander, Yoke, Schrlver, Jackson,
Funk, Mitzel.
Middle Division. —The 36 crew to
go first after 2 o'clock: 22, 23, 24,
19. 31.
Brakemen for 19.
Conductors for 19.
Flagmen for none.
Brakemen for 36. 22. 24, 19, 31.
Engineers up: Fisher, Smith, Pet- j
ars, Letter. Rathefon, E. ft Snyder, j
Krepa, Cook, Hawk. Kline, Nlssley,
Uwelgart. Earley, Brink, Krejger.
Firemen up: Buaa, Rudy, Campbell,
C. H. Myera, Klnt, Bueger, Utl, Ura
btll, Naylor. Peters, Bicker(.
Brakemen up: Hherer, Lauver.'
Clemm, Woodward, Manning, C. F.
Beers, Bltner, McNaight, Rhoades,
Folts, Bell, Forbes, Arter, Dare. Pot
ter, Stelninger, Murry.
Yard Board.— Engineers wanted
for 6C, 2SC. 35C.
Firemen wanted for 12C, , 15C. 35C.
Engineers up: Starner, Monroe,
Beatty, Feasa, McCord, Kautz, Wag
ndr, Shade.
Firemen up: Mell, Eng.e, W. C.
Kruger, Henderson. Gilbert, N. Deli
ver, Uormley, Wirt, Kllneyoung, J.
E. Lauver, Bartles, Shaver, Diehl,
Swab, Hoover.
Philadelphia Division. The 226
crew to go first after 3.45 o'clock:
216, 201, 239, 245, 203, 213, 227, 211,
208, 221, 222, 224, 247, 206.
Engineers for 216, 203, 211.
Firemen for 216, 222.
Conductors for none.
Flagmen for 218, 206.
Brakemen for 212; 211, 208.
Conductors up; Cullen.
Brakemen up; Shutes, Gultz, Bair,
Derrick, Hamils, Harman. Shenk,
Spence, Shelley.
Middle Division. —The 115 crew to
go after 1.30 o'clotk: 102, 109, 101,
118, 116, 120, 111, 107, 117, 106.
Engineers for 118, 107, 117.
Firemen for 09, 101, 118, 120.
Dives, Pomeroy Stewart
Mill & Factory Sale Specials For Friday
Prices Lowered on Children's Big Savings On Coat
Sandals and Play Oxfords Sweaters
!' * ° ca 1 f in assorted colors. Mill
Sale Price, .. $1.95
Sizes 6to 11 ...<pl 9K Sizes 11/, to 2 jfi
Children's $2.00 tan calf play oxfords with Men's Shirts Reduced tO 54c
heavy oak leather stitched soles. Mill and Factory
Sale Price 79c Percale Shirts in stripes and checks, sizes 14
to 17. Mill and Factory Sale Price 54*
Sizes 6to 11 . .<£l Sizes llj/> to 2 <£l Bovs' 48c Khaki Military Caps with eagle era
tpx.Otz ,p . blem. Mill and Factory Sale Price 350
Children's $2.00 Patent Colt Mary Jane Pumps, Men's and Boys' White Hemstitched Handker
hand-turned soles, sizes 1 to 8. Mill and Factory chiefs. Mill and Factory Sale Price, 6 for
Sale Price 5)51.59
Misses' $1.75 White Canvas and Black Kidskin
Pumps and Oxfords. Mill and Factory Sale Price, $1.19 T> a! * d *a T> 1 1
Misses' $2.00 White Canvas Sport Oxfords with tiling' Oil!tS ruGCIIICGCi
white rubber soles and heels, sizes Ito 4. Mill and
Factory Sale Price $1.45 Girls' $1.65 one-piece belted Bathing Suits. Mill
Misses' and Children's brown Canvas Tennis Shoes with and Factory Sale Price 95£
white rubber soles. Mill and Factory Sale Prices— Men's $2.25 navy blue sleeveless Athletic and
Bathing Jerseys. Mill pnd Factory Sale Price ... $1.85
Sizes 6to 10J/2 _Bsc Sizes 11 to 2.. -95 c Boys' $1.35 Pajamas in pink, tan, blue and white.
Mill and Factorv Sale Price 95*
4 stree ' F, °° r ' Rear - R oys ' $1.75 Baseball Outfits, shirts, pants, belt
and cap; sizes 10 to 14. Mill and Factory Sale
Price $1.25
Spirited Selling of Cotton Dlve * pomeroy & stewart - Men '" stor -
Voile in the Sale Stationery Specials of Interest
75c and SI.OO Voiles in dark Georgette styles. Mill 75c box Stationery, 50 sheets and 50 envelopes.
and Factory Sale Price, yard Mill and Factory Sale Price 45^
Price 0 V £d S in many StyleS " M,U a " d tact ° ry 470 50c and 55c tan or white Stationery. Mill and
49c Voiles in large variety of styles. Mill and F"ac- hactoiv Sale Pi
tory Sale Price, yard . 37< Cleanup of Stationery, formerly up to $1.50.
75c Madras Shirting in extra fine styles. Mill and Mj]| an( J Factory Sale Price Half Price
Factory Sale Price, yard ........ 59£ Inkless Fountain Pens. Mill and Factory Sale
49c Pongee Shirting in plain and fancy colored . Af\J*
stripes. Mill and Factory Sale Price, yard * nce •• • t
59c Beach Cloth, 36 inches solid shades. Mill and Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor.
Factory Sale Price, yard : 39^
Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor'
Grocery Economies in the Sale
Dress Fabrics Offer Opportunities
Junket, package 80 1 Kippered Sardines, can,
. . Welch's Grape Juice, %-gal. 23c to 33c
for Savings: Colors and Black
Java, Formosa and Oolong : cakes°for° y ca "h Soap,
Tea, lb 45c ' ' '" "' *
$2.50 Olive Drab Flannel, slightly imperfect in Tetley's Tea. can lc Grape Juice, bottle, .. l- 2 o
finish. 56 inches. Mill and Factory Sale Price, yard. $1.19 Record Coffey lb.. 45c Lux 2 packs for 23c
, ' , , ~, f , • rz: • t - Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart. Basement
$4.50 Men s Wear Serge, dark navy, 56 inches.
Mill and Factory Sale Price, yard $2.95
$1.25 Black Mohair for bathing suits. Mill and
Factory Sale Price, yard . ..... 950 J n the Basement
$4.50 Plaid Shirtings. Mill and Factory Sale
Price yard $1.95 49c plain Pongee in shades of pink, rose, tan, Copenhagen and
Oil worth of remnant*, of Serge Pool in Mixed Stilt- light blue. Mill and J-actoiy Sale Price, Jitrd, 350
worm ot remnants 01 serge, 1 opnn. iNtixea suit 3gc natlsto jn tlKUres of pink . b i ue . Kr oen and black on whlta
ings, etc. Mill and Factory Sale, HALF PRICE. ground. Mill and Factor - S-.le Price, yard 250
Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. 49fc Imperial Chambray, plain and neat checks, linen finish.
Mill and Factory Sale Price, yard 29c
30c Chullis, 36-inch Persian and floral putterns Mill and Fac
tory Sale Price, yard 19c
-r~v-y . • -w— • . 1 1 29c- Ginghams In shirting and house dress stylos. Mill and Fae-
Electric Fans in the bale *"• -
8-inch Fans. Special $7.50
Fans! Special:::::::::::::: film Smart Silk Gloves in New
$5.00 Dress Suit Cases. Mill and hactorv Sale
p-l.■ ••• • • ; Long Styles For Women
sl.2d O Cedar Battleship Mops. Mill and Fac- 0
tory Sale Price 85 j Summer gloves of finest quality, necessary to complete
75c Polish Mop and 25c can Cedar Oil. Mill and a particular woman's outfit, particularly if the new three-
Pflrfnrv Sale Price 69* quarter or Helled sleeves are worn.
' 7 • , | /II 1 i7i V • 1 m'u .„ 1 lvight and 12-button length white silk gloves,
Economy nickel-plated Electric Irons. Mill and * h $1.50 to $1.75
Factory Sale Price ..
Twelve-quart galvanized Water Pails. Mill and White chamoisette gloves 50*
Factory Sale Price 42*
Galvanized Wash Tubs. Mill and Factorv Sale
p r j ce 25* Fine silk B loveß in white, black, mode and grey, $1.25
38-piece gold-band Dinner Sets. Mill and Fac- value.. Mill and Factory Sale Price 85*
tory Sale Price ... $3.98 1 -
10-piece fireproof Baking Sets. Mill and Factory Kay*er and Fowne* white silk gloves, self or contrast
Sale Price - embroidery . .\ $1.25 to $2.25
Dlvcm. Pomeroy & Stewart, llaaeinent. Dtve*. Pomeroy & Htewart, Btreet Floor.
Conductors for 115, 101.
Brakemen for 117, 106.
Yard Board. — Engineers up: D. K.
Hinkle, Holland, J. Hinkle, Sheaffer,
Firemen up: Benser, Morris. Meek.
Metz, Hutchison, McConnell, Taylor,
Cashman, Sadler, Llghtner, Yetter,
Swlgart, Kensler, O. J. Wagner.
Engineers for Ist 102, 2nd 102.
Firemen for 140, Ist 102. 3rd 129,
2nd 104.
Middle Division —Engineers up: F.
F. Schreck, W. E. Turbett, J. R. Brin
ser, A. C. Allen, A. J. Wagner, J. H.
Ditmer, W. C- Black, H. F. Groninger,
J. W. Smith, J. W. Burd, H. Johnson,
C. D. Hollenbaugh, W. G. Jamison, S.
H. Alexander, J. Crimmel.
Engineers wanted for 669, 23.
Firemen up: R. E. Izook, G. B. Huss,
S. H. Wright, R. A. Arnold, Rey Kerr,
C. F. Feast, T. W. Musser, J. R. Weib
ley', S. H. /eiders, .1. N. Ramsey.
Firemen wanted for 47, 31, 6283, 35.
Phllndrlp)>la Division. —Engineers
up: M. Pleani, V. C. Gibbons, C. B.
First. R. B. Welsh, B. A. Kennedy.
Engineers wanted for none.
Firemen up: A. L. Floyd, .1. N.
Shindler, W. E. Aulthouse, M. G.
Shaffner, J. S. Frankford. J. M.
White. F. H. Young.
Firemen wanted for 626, 34.
The 5 "crew to go flrst after 1.15
o'clock: 64, 69, 57. 61, 72, 68, 60, 18.
67, 53, 62.
Engineers ftfr 68. 67.
Firemen for 14, 60, 64.
Conductors for 14.
Flagmen for 5. 53, 61, 62.
Brakemen for 68, 72.
Engineers up: Morrison, Barnhart,
None Better
Embodies ull that is desirable in
Fraternal Organizations
Get Acquainted with its Objects
Headquarters, llurrisburg Range
1614 % North Sixth St.
801 l Phone 121SR
National Organizer
City Organizer
Walton, Gruver.
Klremen up: Eisley, Snyder. '
Conductors up: Slpcs. •
Flagmen up: Wiley, Mosey.
Brakemen up: Lees.
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