Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, August 13, 1919, Page 15, Image 15

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1 AUCTIONEER HITE. 801 l 1575-J.
Day and Night Auto 7 ransfer i
341 Kelker St.. Ilurrisburg. Pa.
Bell Plione 623-W. Dial Phone 331S f
'a I
HEAVY HAULING —Fully equipped!
lor furniture, freight and piano mov- j
% ing. No distance too far. Careful i
driver. Rain and dustproof body. J.
K. Uruber's Truck Service. Irwin;
Aungst, Manager, llershey. I'a. Bell
phone 15R6.
WE Move Anything. Anywhere.
Any time. Price reasonable. Dial
1990. Dayton Cycle Co., 912 North !
Third street.
HICKS' Local and long-distance j
hauling and storage. 424 lieily. Both J
phones. _ i
AUTO HAULING—LocaI or long
distance. Furniture and piano moving
a specialty. Blue Line Transfer, 317
Capital street. Both phones. j
H \ULIXG Furniture Moving. I
Prompt service. Ernest Corbin. 6361
Calder street. Loth phones. Bell |
3036- J. Dial 3658. I
HAULING —Local or long distance,
pianos and sales a specialty. Paul!
Beck, successor to O. H. Beck, vail j
at 1419 Vernon street. Bell 2SII-J. or!
Ober's Livery. !
STORAGE —Low rotes. Ilighspire 1
Distillery Co.. Ltd.. Ilighspire, Pa.
w Both phones.
STORAGE —419 Broad street, house- j
hold goods, merchandise. Private;
rooms at reasonable rates. Also haul
ing of all kinds. D. Cooper & Co.
Both phones.
STORAGE Private rooms for
household goods in fireproof ware
house, S3 per moniti and up. Lower,
storage rates in non-tireproof ware-,
house. Harrisburg Storage <-0., 4-1-|
445 South Second street.
-TOR \GE —In brick building, rear
JOS Market. Household goods in clean,
private rooms. Reasonable tales. I.
O. Dic-ner. 4c* Market street.
1313 Derry St.
BELL 1956. DIAL 2133
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
611 North Second Street.
BELL 26? DIAL -145
Beautifully situate>d on Market street,
east of Twenty-sixth, and on the
north and east faces the new Park
way Tho prices of lots are moder
ate. Miller Bros. & Co. Agents.
We clean old clothes, make them
new. All kinds of repairing guaran
teed. Goodman's. 1306% North aixth.
W ANTED —Buick or Dodge touring
or roadster, will pay cash, state year
model and price. Address Box 64i>7|
care Tejegraph. |
1 IGHT roadster for sale in lirst class J
condition; good tires and new top.
Call at 2154 North Fourth street atter
6.30 p. m. _
Cadillac light delivery truck;
good condition. Inquire Unas.
F. Hoover Furniture Co., 141 t
North Second.
' FOR *-ALE —Reo; excellent running
order; good tires for J2UU. Harrisburg
Welding and Brazing Co., 9ti Soutn
- Cameron St.
CADILLAC; 5-passenger; splendid
condition; always driven by private
owner. 217 W. Main St.. Mechanics
ATTRACTIVE bargains to quick
buyers in good used cars.
1917 Bulck eight, six touring, spare
1916 Buick. big six touring, spare
tir pjls Bulck, one-ton truck.
1914 Stutz roadster, newly painted.
. reasonable. „ .
I<♦ 17 turn six, line shape.
1917 Vim, light delivery.
1914 Overland, model 79. Just over
hauled. Bargain.
1915 Reo touring, fine running or
v der. at a bargain price.
The above cars will appeal to the
average buyer in the market for a
good used car. Demonstrations given.
A. Schiftman. Manager.
CHEVROLET roadster, 490 model;
vear 17; electric lights; starter
bumper; fine rui.ning order, hrice,
*525. Horst, Linglestown. near Harris
Six-cylinder Saxon roadster; three
na.wncer; elegant mechanical condi-
Ron; driven 10.000 miles. Call Beil
phone 4656-J.
191 4 Crawford sport roadster, In
fine shape. Price *3OO. Inquire White
Hill Garage.
BARGAINS —International one-ton
truck, used ten months, cheap; in
ternational two-ton truck, used nine
months, cheap; lord delivery panel
body, in fine condition. Ford 1-ton
urit brand new. Cadillac delivery,
closed body. Denby 2%-ton. Power
dump body. In fine condition; Denby
, 14-ton with stake body, like new;
Acme 3%-ton. with Woods steel dump
body, used six months; Denby 3-ton
with Woods steel dump body. Denby
Sales Corporation, 1205 Capital street
GRANT, five-passenger; 6 cylinder;
four new tires and tubes; good con
dition; cheap to quick buyer. Ester
brook. 912 North Third St
MAXWELL touring car for sale,
1916 model. In good condition, price
$375. Inquire 1202 Christian st
(Continued In Next Column). I
We offer the early buyer a
very choice collection of
All have been overhauled,
some rebuilt and relinished.
They are attractively priced anil,
will move rapidly due to the unusual
scarcity of good used cars.
Overland 5-passenger touring with'
pantasote top. good tires, new slip I
'covers, relinished brewster green. (Su,
j Willys Kniglit 5-passenger touring.!
relinished. A powerful, smooth run-
I ring ear that will give years of serv
| ice.
| Pullman 5-passenger touring in me-
I chanienllv good condition. Repainted
land with" good '•• equipment. Makes
j a good, light, rcomy car.
! Willvs Six Club roadster, seats five
comfortably. This car is practically
new has 43-50 horsepower red seal
Continental motor, splendid tires and.
original paint. Eeft with us by owner
who is leaving city.
Open evenings till 9 o'clock. i
Both phones. 212-211 N. Second St,
I FOR SALE —Ford ton truck. 19IS;
I worm drive, in good condition; PBuu
J reasonable. Inquire 2403 Jeitersou su ;
■ Dial phone 3043. _ ,
1 I'ORD touring, li; demountable
I wheels; new tires, tire carrier;!
'shock absorbers; speedometer, s-fiut
light' tcol box and cut out; good qui- j
tains with winter rods; price feiou.;
I .Sou are Deal liorst, Linglestown. ;
I— .
1913 Hup roadster, *400; 1916 Grant i
I-ix touring. 50o; 1915 Hudson tour-j
<550- 1916 Ford delivery with,
cab. *460; 1917 Olds 6 louring. *550;
I N liirlcy*Dttvioson ticctiic oiiuip* I
i?d *275 191b Paige touring. 100; |
mli Übalnier six, just painted, *400;
I i *n" i'lialiner o iourius> l\cgui j
u'.adster. electric equ.ppeu, *3oo, 1914
Buick touring, new top. *3OO, three 2-
! toll Scldeu trucks, one 3-ton Reo truck, i
I These trucks can be bought on easy i
I terms. Inquire Seldcu Truck Dls-1
j iributors. 1025 Market st. j
' vll sorts ol auto tops and cushion ,
'work done by experts; also repai.
work. licaisoiiabl iatea, 4--<& a-uutii
j y.'ameron sifeet. j
| MAGNETOS All types. 4 and
I Bosch high tension. Eismau, Dixie,
splltdorf. Mea. Remy and diflerent
makes of eo.ls carburetors, etc. A
sohiffman. 22-24-26 Norm Cameron |
street. Bell 3633. j
Wanted; used, wrecked or oldtimers,.
In one condition. See me before sac- |
lilicmg elsewhere. Chelsea Auto
Wrecking. A. schlffman. 22. 24.
North Cameron street. Bell 0653. I
WANTED All kinds of used auto j
t.res. We pay highest cash prices.
No Junk. H. Esterbrook. 912 North
Third street. Dial 4990
Ford roadster. 1917. with dent,
wheels, in good condition, call at 322
Blackberry avenue lor a real bargain.
Ford truck, a good top with all j
curtains, tires are in good shape; this
Ford is in first class running order
at 322 Blackberry ave.
Pullman 5-passenger car
with all electric lights and a starte.,
this car has a good magneto. Call to
see a bargain at 322 Blackberry ate.
Buick Ligbt Six. in fine shape.
1 lodge, completely overhauled.
Overland roadster in first class con
dition. ....
Templar, in A 1 condition.
Velio, completely overhauled and,
P *Re t o d roadster. a real bargain; fine j
1917 North Third Street. |
New live and seven-passenger :
ears for business or pleasuie
at all hours. niit J914
BELL 2360 DIAL 4.' 14
' MODEL S5 OVERLAND for sale at
L bargain to quick buyer newly
painted and completely overhauled.
Ul new tires; on- spare; A 1 mechan
lic-.il oondition: I'antosal top. sine cur
' tains' pi actlcally now batteries, call
Belt 3735-J evenings for demon
c vXON roadster, 1916; price *250
Overland touring, 1916, *0..0. Comet
Six *llOO. 191S model, salesman
Horst, Linglestown, Pa,
L-nRp touring. 17 model; electric
inßit? runs and pulls like new. Price
if'scnah Dial 36-C. S. R. Horst.
Linglestown. near Harrisburg.
Fire Public Liability, Theft and
Collision. Phone ana representative
will cali. Chas. Adier, IUU2 North
Third street.
AUTO RADIATORS of all kinds re
auireit by specialist. Also fenders,
lamps etc. Best service In town. Har
risburg Auto Radiator Works, £O5
North Thud street.
224-6 Muench street, limousines for
funeral parties and balls; careful
drivers; open day and night. Bell
OAKLAND —For sale; five new
tires; new top; A 1 condition; call at
201 North Second St.
FORDS Tourings, roadsters, in
first class condition. Susquehanna Mo
tor Co., 117 South Third St., Harris
Automobile repairing and
general machine shop. All
work guaranteed.
939 South 19th Street.
Bell phone 3717-R.
IF YOU need a tire or any part of
any make ol secondhand cars, we have
' it We also buy sceonuhand Junk cars.
Highest cash price paid. Selueu Truck
Distributors, 1017-1025 Market street.
GARAGE for rent at Sassafrass st.;
*4 per month. Appiy 201 lien st.
Harley Davidson, electric and
side car
1 Indian, 1916. 3 speed ujj
Indian. 2 speed electric
Harley -Davidson, one speed to
Thor, one speed
Big bargains to quick buyers.
Dial 4920 912 X. Third St.
PAY FIELD carburetors are reoog-1
i ized as the most reliable by all dis
criminating car owners; more power,
more speed and 25 to 50 per cent sal
ine ot gasoline, are some of the lea
seiis you should have one; a special
type Ray field lor every make ot car.
, Vgency, Federlcks' Garage, 19o< N.
i seventh Street.
(Continued in Next Column*
I 1
Chandler Brothers and Company,
members of New Y'ork and Philadel
phia Stock Exchanges—3 North Mar
ket Square, Harrisburg; 133S Chestnut
street. Philadelphia; 34 Pine street.
New Y'ork furnish the following l
quotations: Open Noon !
Allis Chalmers 40% 41 Ml
•hner. Beet Sugar 87% si', •
: American Can r.2% 52%
Am. Car anil Fndry C 0...128% 128%
j Amer. Loco 90% 92%
Amer. Smelting YS "a 79
~4mei\ Woolens 114% 115
j A.iaconda 68% 68%
j Baldwin Locomotive ....114', 111%
Baltimore and Ohio 42% 42%
Bethlehem Steel, H 88% ,87%
Butte Copper 25 25
FOR RENT—Three private garages,
corner 13th and Chestnut St. Applet
120s Chestnut. Rell 624.
r, is l ' e 'by given that Troy
p. Wildermuth and Clarence L Miller!
Xorined a partnership in accord
ante with the act of General Assem-i
Lly of the Commonwealth of Peivnsvl-
J v.inia, approved the 9th day of May, I
, a 'a 261, ailli i,s supplements
and amendments, under the name of
! Motor Electric Sales Company. Reg-!
'•onm.?' m° r . '.I I .* l' ll| Pose of buying,
j >1 Hints* installing, repairing, charging i
|and recharging of electric batteries of.
I ail kinds; the buying and selling of
electric light bulbs; the buying, sell
■ nig. installing and repairing of elec
|trie battery equipment; the buying,
.Silling an.l dealing In automatic sup
plies and accessories of all kinds; and
the transaction of all business inci
! doit to said principal business; ihe
duration of which is to be twenty-live
j years I'rcir. the 25>th day of July, 1019;
jTroy i;. Wildermuth has
und on the L'tJth day of July. 1919.
jlully Paid for in property assigned to
t the said partnership, $5,000 capital of
'said partnership; Clarence I* Miller
lias subscribed, and on the 29th day
of July, 1919, fully paid for in cash
I „,00-ol the capital of said partner
ishjp. ihe liability of said partners,
viz; T roy li. Wildermuth and Clarence
, i. Miller, is limited in accordaiice
-with the said statute, approved May
1 9. 1599, F. L. 261, and Its supplements
• and amendments. The articles of part
in rsl.ip forming the said Motor Klee-
I trie Sales Company. Registered, have
| been left for record in the office of
• the Recorder of Deeds in and for i)au-
Iphin county. Pa.
The undersigned appointed auditor
| liv the Orphans' Court of Dauphin
county, to pass upon exceptions filed
land make distribution of the fund'
I shown by the first and filial account!
of George W. Shultz, executor of the
estate of Elizabeth Oastow. late ofl
Halifax Borough, Dauphin County.
Pa., will sit for the purpose of his
appointment at the Law Library in!
the Courthouse on Thursdav, the "Xth
day of August, A. !>.. 1*919, ut 10
o'clock a. m , when and where all pr
[sons having any claims against said
1 estate may appear and present the
same if they desire to do so.
NOTlCE—Letters of administration
on the estate of Charles V. Bush; late
ot Harrisburg. Dauphin Countv, Pa
deceased, having been granted to the
undersigned residing in Harrisburg,
Pa., all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims will
present them for settlement to
jOr IV. K. MEYERS, Attorney.
I NOTlCE—Letters testamentary on
the estate of Dr. Melanchthon M.
Ritchie, late of the City of Harris
| burg, Dauphin County. Penna do-!
ceased, having been granted to the!
undersigned, all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment, and those having
(claims will present them for sett'e
nient to
lOr JOHN A. HERMAN. Atty.,
I 33:'. Market Street,
Harrisburg, Pa.
I NOTICE is hereby given that letters
of administration have been granted
to the undersigned on the estate "of
(John F. Lawrence, late of the City of
Harrisburg, Dauphin County. Penna
deceased. Ail persons having claim's
against the estate of the said deca
dent are requested to make known
the same and all persons indebted to
said decedent are requested to make
payment to said administratrix with
out delay.
1627 Penn Street, Harrisburg
ppnpS??'.? State Highway Department, Harrisburgm
SEALED I ROPOSALb will be received at the State CaDitnl iin iaaa
A. M„ August 18. 1919, when bids will be publicly opened and scheduled 2nd
the 'foUowßig" bridges: S °° n thereafter as P° BBible the construction" of
County Township. Route _
Armstrong Bethel. R 2 U O T St B a &?ft fp.n
Armstrong Boggs 66 1549 it i l '
Armstrong Brady's Bend 214 1379 J; "•
Armstrong Brady's Bend 214 1397 2? "•
Armstrong, Brady's Bend 214 1416 ,® ft
Armstrong. Brady's Bend 214 1428 , '*•
Armstrong Brady's Bend 214 1434 ft -
Armstrong Brady's Bend 214 1486 ??
Armstrong, Brady's Bend 214 15 86 72 f b
Armstrong K. Franklin 251 1718-39 II {*•
Armstrong. Gilpin 203 71'-10 ft.
Armstrong Mahoning 66 1131 J® ft.
Armstrong Plum Creek 67 882-71 J?
Berks Cumru, 274 203 J 8 "•
Berks Penn 310 379 12 '*•
Berks Robeson 147 i 6g7 26 ft.
Berks Robeson 274 379 J® ft.
Berks Robeson 274 615 18 ft -
Berks Robeson 274 675 ,? ft.
Berks Robeson 328 28 i 2 ft
Berks S?a eson 328 3® H £'•
Cameron Gibson 105 715 18 ft.
Cameron S ro }' e 105 768 J? ft.
Cameron o?f tas ® I®° 303 , 12 . ft.
Cameron Shlppen 277 848 1 abu L
Cameron Shippen 277 871 8 ft.
Cameron Shippen 277 977 J ft.
Clarion, S°r, ter 66 824-50 ,2 £*•
Clearfield Be 62 893 £5 I l '
Clearfield ....Bell 221 2594-50 i ££'
Clearfield A'": 59 9 ®7 A .**•
Columbia J ishing Creek 16 667-73 * Jt.
Crawford Sadsbury 83 217-46 ,2 £
Crawford Summerhill 295 108-68 15 £ l '
Krie. };. ran b n 272 890 2 \ •
t ranklin 272 921 J 2 ft.
Fayette Washington 247 220-92 \l £'•
Fayette E V ,V 288 9 ®l-55 ?2 £'•
Indiana wkbe 525 1702-69 '2 £{'
Indiana )X hite 228 21 1 12 >!'
Jefferson Clover, 237 440 . 60 2 ft.
Jefferson Washington 59 2032-15 ,7 V'
Uhfgh? K ppfer Mllf °rd 158 1580 J £<•
Lehigh Upper Milford 458 1671 \\ '•
I ehigh Washington 16 ! 884 Tni 1 '
Monoie, g"rett 171 1289-50 ?.g ' '
Monroe Paradise 169 405 } 4 Jj.
Monroe. Pocono 168 356-33 n G
Monroe Pocono 168 373 12 JJ-
Montgomery Dower Merlon 201 212-48 2... g
, pike. Lehman 167 1059 7? t\'
, Schuylkill Cnlon, 140 467 {J "•
i Sullivan, 1 217 838-80 i- ..
i Susquehanna ??? 2144-75 10 #
Susquehanna, Harlord, 1,4 1275-64 i*?
Susquehanna, ar . m ?l l M*# 2 5 7 1722-66 12
Susquehanna Milfqrd 174 1572-46 p
Susquehanna Oakland 10 1100 a J,
Venango. Cranberry 91 330-83 10 ir
Warren. 89 2488 22
Wayne Manchester 365 3242 55 ft"
Wyoming Bton 13 263 Ji f{'
Wyoming Baton IS 281 12 ft
Wyoming Lemon 12 216
Wyoming Mehoopany 13 601-80 i ~
Wyoming Mehoopany 13 669-80 14 ft"
Plans and specifications will be furnished upon application to State
Highway Department, Harrisburg, Pa. .They can also bo seen at office of
the State Highway Department, Harrisburg: 1001 Chestnut Street, Philadel
phia, and 904 Uartje Building, Pittsburgh, Pa.
State Highway Commissioner.
California Petroleum ... 60 48%
Central Leather lot 101%
Chi., Mil. and fit. Paul.. 43% 43%
Chi., R. I. and Pacific 2514 25
Chino Con. Copper 44% 44*4
Col. Fuel and Iron 45% 45%
Corn Products 80% SI
Crucible Steel 138 139'.,
Erie UK 16%
General Motors 223 223
j Goodrich, H. F "8 75%
Great North, pfd 43 4, 4 4
! Hide and Leather 34% 3474
I Hide and Leather, pfd.. .123 123 #
| Inspiration Copper CI 61**4
i International Paper 57*4 59%
j Kennecott .... 37 37
Lackawanna Steel ..".... 81*4 81%
i Lehigh Valley 49 49% j
Maxwell Motor 4814 49% i
Merc. War Ctfs 57% 56T |
j Merc. War Ctfs., pfd 115 115% I
j Mex. Petroleum 178*4 178% I
i Miami Copper 27% 27%
I Midvale Steel 51% 52 '
Mo. l'aciflc 29 29 j
I Mo., Kan., T 15 14% I
JN. Y., N. 14. and H 33% 33% ,
j Pennn. R. It 44 44 j
Pittsburgh Coal 69% 69%
■ Railway Steel Spg 94% 94%'
[ Ray Con. Copper 24 % 24% \
| Reading 80% 80 ]
Republic Iron and Steel.. 89% 89% •
Southern PaciAo 97% 97%;
Southern Ry 25% 25%'
I Studebaker 105% 107 |
] Union Pacific 126% 125%,
I I*. S. I. Alcohol 133 135 % !
|P. S. Rubber 125% 12t!% j
jP. S. Steel 104% 104% !
L'tan Copper 87% 88 j
White Motors 62% 62
Westinghouse Mfg 54 53 i
Willys-Overland 33% 33%
Western Maryland 12% 13% !
j Philadelphia, Aug. 13.—Oats—Hish- I
or; No. 1. 90% ® 91c; No. 2. 90®90%e;l
No. 3. 89®89%c.
I CheeSe—Easier; New York and Wis
consin full milk 31®>83c.
i Live Poultry—Firm; fowls higher,
I 36 tr 37c.
I Dressed Poultry—Dull: ducks low
|er. 32® 33c.
| Potatoes Easier; eastern shore,
No. 1, $5 m 5.75 per barrel; No. 2, $2.50
I ®3.50; nearby in 150 pound sacks,
! 34.50® 5.75.
I Eggs—Firm; nearby first $15.60 perl
case; current receipts, $l5; western]
[extra, firsts. 315.60; western firsts.
| 314 40® 15; fancy selected, packed, 59 I
I ® 61c per dozen.
j Tallow—Dull; prime city loose, I
16 %c; special loose, 17 %e; prime j
country. 15% c; edible in tires, 22®
; 23c. ,
j Hay—Steady; timothy No. 2, s36® |
,37; No. 3, s32@33;*elover mixed light, j
$861637; lower grades, $31®33.
Bran—Quiet; soft winter bran in 160 j
[ pounds sacks, s49® 50; spring spot,
$4 8® 49.
Oats Firm; No. 1. white, 87y)
S7%e; No. 2, 86%®87c; No. 3, 85%®,
Chicago, Aug. 13.—Hogs—Receipts, I
10.000: top $23.50; heavy weight.
$21.40®23.50; medium weight. $21,60 1
O28.SO; light weight. $21.50® 23.50:1
| light liglit. $19.50® 22.40: heavk pack
: ing sow s, smooth, $20.50® 21.35; pack-1
] ing sows, rough. $19.25® 20.50; pigs.;
i $17.50® 19.50.
j Cattle Receipts, 9,090; slow.
jßeef steers, medium and heavy weight
choice and prime. sl7® $19.10; medium j
,-.rul good. sl3® 17; common, $10.25®
13: light wciglit, good and choice,
31 1.75® 19.50; common and medium,
'59.75® 14.75; butcher cattle heifers,
$7.75® 15.50; cows. $7.50® 14.75; can
ners and cutters, $6.25®7.50; veal
calves light and handy weight, s2o®
21; feeder steers, $8.25® 13.75; stoeker
steers, $7.50® 11.25.
Sheep—Receipts, 33,000; flrrr. Lambs
SI pounds down, $14.25® 17.25; culls
and common, slo® 13.75; yearling
wethers, $10.25® 13; ewes, medium,
good and choice, $7.50tf9; culls and
common. s3®7.
MY WIFE. M. Henrietta Shipp
having left by bed and board without
just cause, 1 hereby notify all per
sons not to harDor nor trust her on
my account, as 1 will not pay any
debts contracted by her.
(Signed,) IRVIN M. SHIPP.
My wife, Mary Mann, having left
my bed and board without just cause,
I hereby notify all persons not to
harbor nor trust her on my account,
las 1 will not pay any debts contract
ed by her.
Letters testamentary on the estate
of Joseph Mathos, late of Eniiaut Pa '
deceased, have been granted to the
undersigned. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make
I pavment and those having claims will
make known the same without delav
Or . Eniiaut. Pi
James G. Hatz, Atty.,
llarrisburg. Pa.
NOTlCE—Letters testamenary on
the estate of Annie Kenny, late of thU
City of llarrisburg. Pa., deceased hv
ing been granted to the unders g ne d
all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate nav
ment. and those having claims -m
present them for settlement.
224 Market Street, Executor.
Harrisburg, Pa.
Preparatory School Taxed to j
Limit to Care For
! Tho Harrisburg Academy will!
j reopen on September 22, with more •
] than 200 pupils, which will tax the I
| capacity of the present buildings.]
lit is said that there will be a wait- -
) ing list for dormitory rooms. At |
j the opening last year there were j
only a few over 150 boys attending.!
Headmaster Arthur E. Brown |
' looks forward optimistically to the i
] work of the year and says that the ;
I difficulty of housing and taking care
of the boys will be met before long. ]
I Another dormitory will doubtless be:
j added shortly to the two already in I
use. New recitation rooms are tuk- I
j ing care of the increased enrollment j
i this year by utilizing the old din-j
i Ingroom in the main hall.
1 Military work will be adhered to I
jin a measure but the custom of I
' wearing uniforms has been discon- j
| tinued. The' boys will march to i
and from lunch, but will not have'
I the drill after lunch which was re- I
' quired last year. Organized, sys- j
j tetnatic exercises will of course be i
; continued.
; Friends of the school have been '
. delighted to hear that 11. Elmore |
j Smith, one of the most popular in- I
i structors the Academy has ever had, j
Will be with the school again this |
year after two years' service as a |
lieutenant of artillery. Mr. Smith |
heads the mathematics department, i
Another service man to be welcomed
back to the Academy is Fred P. |
Schlicter, physical director and
coach of the teams.
It. B. Wilcox, will assist in the I
i English department with Charles I. !
j Stewart. F. C. Pomar will instruct I
in French and Spanish, as during
I last year. A. K. Kunkel will assist
[Dr. Brown in the history work; H.
jB. Pritchard will take care of the
I chemistry, and C. E. Dahl will be
[ with Lieutenant Smith in the mathe-
I matics department. H. C. Board*
j man will teach Latin and French.
The Academy is very fortunate in
i having l'or the eleventh consecutive
I year, Howard R. Omwake, the sen
i ior master. Mr. Omwake heads the
I department of Latin and Greek and
I has for long been the most intimately
j known member of the Academy '
J staff by hundreds of ex-Academy i
I students.
| This year will see a resumption of
| all kinds of sports and the news
comes from the school that many
football players of experience will
I be here to assure a good team. Boys J
; from all over New England and I
: from as far west as Nebraska are |
! coming this year to Harrisburg. ,
I choosing the local school as one
| which has proved its ability to pre
i pare men for college.
Kiwanis Club Gets
Ready For Outing
The Kiwanis Club lunched quiet
ly to-day at the Penn-Harris Hotel.
Frank Fahnestock, former persi
dent, presided.
To-day's meeting was largely tak
en up in boosting the intercity Ki
wanis Club picnic which will be
held at Hershey Park on Thursday,
August 28. Representatives from
every club will be in attendance at
this meeting, it was announced. Ar
rangements are being made by a
State committee. Many members of
the local club have noted their in
tention of attending. Tickets may
be secured from the secretary, V. 11.
No extensive program was pre
sented to-day. Extemporaneous re
marks were made by Kiwanians
Burkhart, of Erie, and Eynon, of
Scranton, who were in attendance at
to-day's meeting.
Registration Days
Before the Primary
Republican leaders and workers
In the city are emphasizing the Im
portance of keeping In mind the
three registration days before the
September Primary election.
These dotes are August 28th, Sep
tember 2nd, and September Bth. Nor
should it be forgotten thnt every
voter must have paid a county tax
before he can register.
By Associated Press.
Trenton, Aug. 13.—The appoint
ment of price-fixing committees n
each of the twenty-one counties of
New Jersey in accordance with a
suggestion of United States Attorney
General Palmer was directed to-day |
by U. S. District Attorney Bodtne
In telegrams sent to the county food
Beautiful Young Russian
Refugee to Marry Here
s9l*s OLfrA tHPAOCVITiky
Miss Olga Chrapovltsky, beautiful
young Russian heiress, whose en
gagement to Lieutenant George 12*111 -
losofoce, of the Russian cavalry was
recently announced. Miss Chrapovlt
sky Is a daughter of Mrs. Christo
pher Derfelden, of New York, The
wedding will take place In the Rus
sian Church. Bridgeport, Conn,
probably on August 28. To the
wilds of Siberia, where, following
the flight of her family from Petro
grnd during the revolution, Miss
Chrapovltsky became attached to in
American hospital for wounded r:ol
dlera. Lieutenant D'fllosofoee must
i aall for Siberia on August 30 to re
sume his post at the front to light
Bolshevik!. M!hs Chrapovltsky will
again take up her work in an
Amoricau hospital there,
Frankfort-on-tlir-Main, Aug. 13. il
Gambling is on the increase through- ]
out Germany to an alarming extent, I i
according to German newspapers.
• This is said to be due partly to |
I the higher living of individuals who j,
] made fortunes during the war by (
Government contracts or otherwise. I ;
| Gambling Houses Always Open
j At Bad Nuuheim three gambling 11
i houses have been running day and j'
l night for some time and the Oer
j man newspapers refer to the place
las a second Monte Carlo.
Regarding conditions at Bad Nau
heim the Frankfurter Zeitung re
cently declared: "The demoralizing H
' effect of the three gambling resorts ;
erected in Bad Nauheim during the j <
■ period of the Soldiers' Council is <
• now seen in its grossest form. ] ;
I Following the scene of a week I
| ago when a summer guard threw his I
i revolver in the center of the i;
I gambling hall at the Villa Heine- | !
I mann after losing 30,000 marks in an I;
Doubt as to Religious <
Belief "of Carnegie Is
Holding Funeral Services
I Lenox, Mass., Aug. 13.—Doubt as
ito the religious belief of Andrew
j Carnegie is believed to be one of
the reasons for the delay in docid-
I ing definitely upon the funeral ser
j vices to be held at Shadow Brook, j
] to-morrow morning.
Reports connecting Mr. Carnegie j '
I with this or that church have no |
! foundation, so far as is known here. ;
I While he contributed liberally to i
I various denominations, he apparent- j
ly was not a member of any church j'
society. It was thought likely to- <
I day that the services would lie an i
adaption of the Presbyterian and ;
i Congregational rituals,
j Mrs. Carnegie is said to be much I
improved after the slight collapse j
which followed the death of her hus
band on Monday.
That Mr. Carnegie "died poor" as i
It Is an 1.1 he wished to die, t* the as
sertion of Dr. Charles F. Thwing, see-]
retary of the Carnegie Foundation i'
for the Advaneement of Teacning. I 1
who explained that the ironmaster j
died poor "in the sense that h? had j
g ven av.av the larger part of h's I
fortune." It probably will lie some
time before the value of Ills estate 's
( Among those millionaires who were
j the byproducts of Mr. Carnegie's
| closing years in business were Wil
liam E. Corey, Charles M. Schwab,
George Lauder, James Gaylet, A. T.
Dinkey, F. T. F. Lovejoy, John G. A.
[ Leishman, P. T. Berg. Hem v Boenth
i' rager, Thomas Lynch, W. W. Black
burn and H. P. Bope. All of the
partners, who were active to the close
■of Mr. Carnegie's control, profited by
the sale of the Carnegie steel inter
ests to the United States Steel Cor
poration and named niin president of
the United States Steel Corporation
for five years after he retired from
active business.
The formation of the United States
Steel Corporation was the means of
making millionaires of hundreds of i
men who nad not been with the Car
negie organization, and these are in
directly responsible to Carnegie for
their wealth, for he made possible
the United States Steel Corporation.
The aggregate wealth of the million
aires Andrew Carnegie made directly
or indirectly amounts to many times
more than Carnegie's fortune at the
peak of his prosperity.
Thousands of Miners
Face Starvation as Result
of Railroad Tieupj
Charleston, W. Va., Aug. 13. ]
Thousands of miners and their fam- ;
ilies in the Logan, Coal River and |
Cabin Creek flleds face starvation tn j
the next two or three days and now
actually are suffering privations as
the result of the freight and passen- j
ger tie-up on branch lines of the ]
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad :
caused by the shopmen's strike, ac- |
cording to word received hero to- !
day by coal companies which oper
ate In that section. More than 300
mines have been closed down and i
30,000 men thrown out of work by j
the strike, report said.
On account of the rough mom*- ]
talnous topography of the country ,
surrounding the mine fields it Is I
Impossible to transport foodstuffs j
hy other means than railroad to .
feed the $125,000 population there.
The deseprate situation of the mill- |
ing communities. It Is said, will be j
placed before a meeting of striking ]
shopmen to-night at Huntington, j
Mrs. Margaret Weaver, of Statin- j
I ton, Va„ ts visiting relatives in the ;
East and at present Is a guest of Mr, ]
and Mrs, Samuel Hertzler, at Sixth j
and Calder streets,
Mr. and Mrs. Harper Tomklnson j
went home to Indianapolis, Ind., a i
day or two ago, after visiting rela- ]
tlves In the West End,
Walter Richards a'nd his small |
son, Truman Rlfchards, of San An- |
tonio, Texas, are in the city for a
brief stay among old friends,
Reading, Pa„ Aug, IS, —Reports
received from Philadelphia at State
headquarters at noon to-day say
that the striking cigarmakers there
have the situation well in hand and
that 4,600 art out in that city. It',
some of the boroughs in this county
and Montgomery the cigarmakers
are out 100 per oent. Nightly meet
ings and parades are held In some
of the towns, A scarcity of cigars
is now in sight, some of the retailers
| say.
~ " u
A five months, government invest-,
_ ment at four and one-half percent, l||
mi On August 15th the Government will?issue a|j
w+J new series of Short Term Notes which we will
fin have for sale,
II -000o not fsi'ooooo° de I "° b minatb^ s ? f |
f . I lu-y have back of them the best security in
|a|iPKlWif! i ! iBBR* : MB&t.l the world —our own Government—Consider- ylj
Jj Ijjj mmv. lsPwi^ : ftaßpg ;H ing the security, the rate of interest, and the Jjfi
. MnW'' ''SUHP' '' HBBBIj repayment in cash, they form a temporary in-. ||||
X i'' : ' *MTmn v vestment that cannot he equalled, one K
Kp >,:: : that we are glad to recommend to our cus- ||
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AUGUST 13, 1919.
liour, another guest, said to be from
Frankfor>, was found murdered In
one of the parks.
Big Winner Munlrrwl
The investigating committee sum
moned from Glessen ascertained that
the murder had been committed by
a thief. The murdered man had
won 70,000 marks at the "Club 1919"
in the Grand Hotel on the night
he was killed.
On the way to his quarters he was
shot in the back and all his money
Tales of Heavy IJOSSOS
At the Bristol Hotel it is said
that a Herman woman recently lost
35.000 marks by gambling and
could not pay her hotel bill, so she
was obliged to auction her clothing
and valuables.
Another man from Frankfort lost
50,000 marks one Sunday afternoon
at the Villa Heinetnann and a day
before another guest lost as much
as 700,000 marks.
Charges Coal Dealers
With Attempt to Make
People Buy at High Prices
/>'v Associated Press.
Washington, August 13.—Represen
tative Huddles ton, Democrat, Ala
bama. charged in the House to-day
that the National Coal' Association
had spent $50,000 for advertising
space in 400 newspapers in "an effort
to make the people buy coal now at
exorbitant prices through the be
lief of an impending shortage."
"Nothing except an act of Con- |
Kress," ho said "will stay this infa-i
mous attempt on the part of the coal j
operators to take advantage of suf
fering humanity next winter. I in
sist that Congress pass such an act
and take it out of the power of the
operators to profiteer.
"There is no coal shortage and no
labor shortage, but there is a short
age In common honesty on the part
jof the coal operators."
Rotarians and Wives
Hold Annual Outing
Several hundred Rotarians and
their wives journeyed to Boiling
Springs by automobile this afternoon
for the annual outing of that or
ganization. Frank Davenport, the
chairman of arrangements, said that
the rain would not mar tho occasion
as plans had been made to have
f the sports and games in several of
the pavilions. Dinner also will be
served there at 6 o'clock this eve
ning by the Boiling Springs Hotel
Arthur A. Eby, Lingtestown, and
Gertie I. MeOord, West Hanover town
Emory R. Sourbeer. Harrisburg, and
Eleanor I. Haupt. Bellefonte.
George McC. Sides and Mabel A.
Diehi, llarrisburg.
THERE is always a scramble for the
box from which SU
; PERIOR ICE CREAM has been served,
Made by Hershey Creamery Co. j'
Harriaburg, Pa, v
Band Concerts and Singing
Are Appreciated; Enter
tainment This Week
The programs for the band and
communtty singing concerts at Res
ervoir Park and at Fourth and Sen
eca streets, under the auspices of the
Community Music Committee of
the Harrisburg Chamber of Com
merce, were announced to-day.
These weekly coneerts have been at
tracting hundreds of people from all
parts of the city every Thursday
night, and record crowds are ex
pected to-morrow night, as special
care hus been expended on the pre
paration of the programs.
The Steclton Band will play at
Reservoir Park, where Elmer H.
Ley will direct the community alng-
I ing. The Commonwealth Band,
| with Abner TV. Hartman. as leader
I of community singing, will do the
) entertaining at Fourth and Seneca
| streets. *
The community singing has been
arranged by the War Camp Com
munity service In co-operation with
the Chamber of Commerce. The
programs are as follows:
Reservoir Park
March, "Our Fighting Men," (Ro
cereto). selection from Eileen, a ro
mantic Irish opera by Herbert;
| community singing, "Keep the
1 Home Fires Burning," and "Old
I Folks at Home," verses sung by Mr.
Ley: "Grand Fantasia," from Lucia
I de L'Ammermoor (Donizetti); com
j innnlty singing, "Battle Hymn of
| the Republic," "Smiles," and "Till
j Wo Moet Again": "Hindustan" and
"Spirit of America." by the band;
Entrance of the Queen and Pro
cessional March, from the opera,
"The Queen of Shebn.' (Goldmark);
community singing, "My Old Ken
tucky Home" and "The Rose of No-
Man's overture, "Aphroslte,"
(Losey); und airs from the musical
comedy, "Jack O'Lantern," (Caryll),
"Star Spangled Banner."
Fonrth and Seneca
Community singing. "America":
overture. "Le Reveil du Lion," (A.
' ; V. Kontski); "Valse D'Amour. Kiss
j es," (Gameenek): community sing-
I | ing. "Blowing Bubbles"; selection,
. j "The Velvet Lady," (Herbert);
II singing. "Smiles." and "Howdy":
•serenade, "Humoreske," (Dvorak);
. singing. 'Till Wo Meet Again,' and
t j "Auld Lang Syne"; overture, "Fra
,iDlavolo." (Auber); and community
I singing, "Star Spangled Banner." i
. j Philadelphia, Aug. 13. Grand
I j Circuit races postponed, rain.
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