Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, November 21, 1919, Page 8, Image 8

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Snyder County Teachers
to Hold Their Institute
Mlddlcburg. Pa., Nov. 21.—The
Snyder County Teachers' Institute
will be held In the courthouse Dec.
1-2-3 and 4. Superintendent T. A.
Stetler has secured the services of
Dr, Dickinson, of Ohio: Dr. Bige
low, Associate Editor of Saint
Nicholas Magazine; Dr. Buck of New
York, and Dr. Paul Pearson, of
Swarthraore College.
New Cumberland, Pa., Nov. 21. —
Mrs. E. E. Braisted, who moved
■ from lowa to New Cumberland last
summer had crochet work on ex
hibition at Des Moines, where she
received the State Fair second prize
and at the Southern lowa fair tlrst
prize. '
Reduceyour doctor's
bills by keeping pr-T
always on hand—
-yOUR BODYGUARD" - 30'. 60MT20
Here's Your Chance io Get
Your Thanksgiving Dinner
Will Save You From
$lO to sls on Your
tWhen we say we can save you
from $lO to sls we mean it. Com
pare our Suits and Overcoats
with other stores who charge
from $35 to S6O and see if they
arc any better than ours.
Then take the $lO to sls we
save you and buy your Thanks
giving dinner and "all the trim
mings" with it.
We have told you about our
styles, materials, workmanship—
We'll be waiting to serve you to
- 527
From our fiirtorir* Jk Sfl
direct to you with but % M t V
two profits YOURS . 1 r .
nnil OCRS—No middle
The Wonder Store
L 3 lB Market Street
An Incomparable Sale of
Winter Goats at%|
§Save $9.60 A .40
any $35
Choice of 30 stylish Coats of Wool Velours
and Tinseltones, in navy, brown, taupe, Bur-
Save $16.20 $€\QM
{ onanyssoor |X=
Choice of about 40 Coats of fine Wool
Velour, Silvertone, Tinseltone and Kexseys, in
smart belted models, trimmed with fur.
These Prices For Saturday Only
sss] Robinsons H
ribbed fleece w ribbed Veata
I'nlon Sulfa, WTx TV A .1 0.. nnl
Uptown Department store
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"Win One" Class Has
Enjoyable Evening Session
Washington Heights, Pa., Nov. 21.
—The "Win One" class of Calvary
United Brethren Sunday school,
taught by W. O. Rishel, met at the
home of Mrs. A. J. Shade on Tuesday
evening. After the business session
and piano selections by Roy Shade,
the hostess served retreshments to
Mrs. G. R. Esick, Mrs. Harry Hess,
Mrs. R. M. Peffer, Mrs. Clyde Orris,
Mrs. S. A. Bomgardner, Miss Goldie
Nailor, Miss Ruth Sponsler, Miss
Maud Peffer. Miss Enders, Mrs H
A. Nelson, of Lancaster; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Brickner, of Ohio; Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Shade, Roy Shade
and Eva Shade.
Enola. Pa., Nov. 21. —At a meet
ing of Blue Mountain Lodge, Broth
erhood of Railroad Trainmen, No.
694, in Ritner's Hall, on Tuesday
evening, the following officers were
elected for the year 1920: Glen
Blessing, president; W. B. Carna
han, vice president: W. R. McNeal,
secretary; George H. Horning, treas
urer; G. F. Dull, agent official pub
lication.: J. J. Groff, W. R. McNeal,
J. N. Dibeler, local grievance com
mittee; A. T. Kerstetter, chaplain.
Shiremanstown Man Takes
School Teacher as Bride
Slliremanstowii. Pa.. Nov. 21.
The United Evangelical parsonage
at New Kingston was the scene of
a very pretty wedding when the
Rev. F. H. Sunders united In mar
riage Miss Jessie B. Sponsler, of
New Kingston, and Lloyd C. Stare,
of this place. The bride is a gradu
ate of the Carlisle High School. For
three years she has been teacher
of the Primary school of New King
The groom, who is the youngest
son of Mrs. Angeline Stare.
Christian Deimler Fined
For Violating School Law
Enliaiit. Pa., Nov. 21. —The school
board of Swatara township brought
suit against Christian Deimler for
not sending his son to school as re
quired by law. Mr. Deimler ap
peared before Squire Elienberger, of
Enhaut, on Tuesday evening. He
could' not give satisfactory excuse
for not complying with the law and
was required to pay a fine and costs
and to send his boy to school im
Pioneer Druggist of Blair
County Is Dead at 62
Altoona, Pa., Nov. 21. William
Henry Irwin, one of the pioneer
druggists of Rlair county and a
business man of Eleventh avenue,
this citv, died yesterday morning
after an illness that extended over
a period of eight years. He was born
in MeConnellsburg. Fulton county,
December 31, 1857. and came to Al
toona when a youth of 19. Among
the survivors are John and Annie
Irwin, of MeConnellsburg, brother
and sister.
Daniel W. Neagley Is
Dead at Millersburg
Millersburg, Pa., Nov. 21.—
Daniel W. Neagley, who conducted a
general store in Market street for
many years, died yesterday after a
long illness. He was aged 70 years
and is survived by his widow. Mr.
Neagley was a member of the Re
formed Church. The funeral will
take place from his late home Mon
day at 2 p. m., the Rev. L. E. Bair
officiating. Interment will be in
Oak Hill cemetery.
Returned Soldier Gets
School Post in Cambria
New Bloom field, Pa., Nov. 21.
Paul N. Fox, of this place, who re
turned home from France only a
few weeks ago after serving there
for many months with the Ameri
can Expeditionary forces, has been
elected principal of schools at Scalp
Level, Cambria county, and lias
taken up his new duties. He is a
graduate of Franklin and Marshall
College where he was a member of
the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.
Brothers Are Chosen
to Associate Judgeships
Freeburg, Pa., Nov. 21.—Charles
M. Ingram, of Troxelville, was elect
ed to the office of associate judge in
Snyder county and Robert W. In
gram, of Lewistown, a half-brother
to the Snyder county judge, was
elected associate judge in Mifflin
Counterfeit Money Is
Found in York Town
Shrewsbury, Pa.. Nov. 21. —Coun-
terfeit five-dollar bills are in circula
tion here. Two have turned up
within the past three days. The
coloring on the head of Lincoln and
on the border of the note shows the
fraud. It is of a darker shade than
in the genuine currency.
Middlcburg, Pa., Nov. 21. —The
Home Study Club met at the home
of Mrs. James Magree, on Wednes
day evening. Talks were given by
Mrs. M. I. Potter, Mrs. T. A. Stet
ler, Mi3s Maude Motz and Miss
Scharf. The program was Inter
spersed with music and refresh
ments were served.
Dallastown, Pa., Nov. 21.—Law
rence R. Fluichbaugh, 19 years old
and son of Howard hMuichbaugh,
died at his home here from in
juries received in the Dallastown
Furniture factory, two weeks ago.
Clergymen Make Addresses at
Evening Church Function
at Meclianicsburg
Mecliaiiit'sburg, Pa., Nov. 21.—A
dinner served under the auspices of
the Men's Bible Class of the Pres
byterian Sunday School to the men
and boys of the church was an event
of last evening. The long tables,
graced with fall flowers and candel
abra, were attractive in the lecture
room of the church. While a men's
entertainment, the women had sub
stantial part in the affair, for tlicy
prepared and served the dinner.
Following the meal, a program
was given, in charge of W. F. Fish
burn, president of the class, and in
cluded brief addresses by the Rev.
J. L. Hynson, of Lebanon; the Rev.
Dr. T. J. Ferguson, of Silver Spring,
and the Rev. Dr. George Fulton,
teacher of the class. W. A. Siglcr
sung several songs. The remainder
of the evening was spent socially.
Dinner was served to 75 guests.
Personal and Social News
of Towns on West Shore
New Cumberland, Pa., Nov. 21. —
The Sunday School orchestra of
Baughmn Memorial Methodist
church, Is arranging to hold a con
cert in a few weeks. The orchestra
is composed of twelve players and
is under the leadership of Ira J.
Ryder, with Miss Lillian Grove,
Miss Edna Anderson of Enola, is
spending some time with her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Miller
at their country place near Shlre
Mrs. William E. Melroy, of Me
clianicsburg, spent Tuesday with her
mother, Mrs. McKonley at Shire
Mrs. Charles Ebert and son,
James, of Mechanicsburg, spent a
day recently with the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brinton at
Ralph Bates and Leßoy Bates of
Shiremanstown, motored to Mount
Joy on Sunday where they visited
Gilbert Starr, who has been con
fined to his home at Sliiremans
town by an attack of tonsilitis, is
Mrs. Theodore Garman, of Golds
boro, spent Thursday with friends
at New Cumberland.
Miss Mame Reiff and Miss Anna
Reiff, of New Cumberland, left by
boat for Florida yesterday, where
Miss Mame will spend the winter
with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Buttroffs
at Lake Heelen.
Mr. and Mrs. Calin Bennet, of
New Cumberland, are spending sev
eral weeks at Boiling Springs.
Colored Singer Greeted
by Large Audience
Through the initiative of the Penn-
Harris Waiters' Association, Mme.
Anita Patti Brown, credited with be
ing America's greatest colored sing
er, gave a recital last evening at the
Technical High school auditorium
before a packed house.
Mme. Patti Brown has been heard
in this city before but never did she
receive the enthusiastic response as
last night; her voice especially in
the colored folk songs was of a won
derful quality and the thunderous
applause which greeted every num
ber made her come back for encore
after encore.
She was assisted by several local
singers whose reputation has been
well established in the various places
where they have sung. The Penn-
Harris Waiters' Association will
bring other colored artists here, it
was said to-day.
Runaway Porker Run
Down by Automobile
Liverpool, Pa., Nov. 21.—John
Rafter's two porkers broke out of
their pen here and got out into the
street. A passing automobile hit the
largest porker and injured it to such
an extent that it had to be killed.
Caught When Chimney
Falls at Liverpool
Liverpool, Pa., Nov. 21.—While
engaged in building a new chimney
at William Dressler's property in
Market Square, Amos Rumfelt was
caught by a fall of brick and seri
ously injured. He is in a critical
John Hare, contractor for Miles
Fry, secured a building permit to-day
to construct a two-story stone and
brick building at 8200 North Second
street. It will be used for a store
room and apartments and will cost
$5,000. M. H. Gettys, contractor for
the following persons, took out per
mits for a number of projects: M. p.
Beer, remodeling and addition, 216
Mueneh street, $900; Harry Whitmoy
er, remodeling 220 Hamilton. $1500;
David Dunlap, remodeling 1129 North
Sixth, $1,500; Jacob Levi, addition to
11 North Fifth, $3000; George Colo
viras. remodeling 305 Market street,
Interior alterations, $5,000. Emma Di
ve! secured a permit to build a one
story frame garage at the rear of 917
Norwood, $450.
Now Freedom, Pa., Nov. 21. A
house famine is being experienced
here due to the demand for dwell
ings for workmen brought to town
by the American Insulator Company,
which is rushed with orders!
Houses are being sold. Tenants
compelled to vacate have no place
to go. Workmen have been obliged
to move to Railroad Borough to ob
tain houses.
Altoonn, Pa.. Nov. 21.—After having
their first marriage annulled in the
Blair county court, John Q. Baker a
Blair township farmer, and Mrs
Laura H. Ritter, of Aitoona. were te
married In Hagerstown. Md. They
were first married at Niagara Falls.
June 22. 1916, but the woman's first
husband had not obtained a legal sep
aration. as both supposed. Their mar
riage then was annulled and Mrs
Ritter obtained a divorce from her
husband, the decree only recently be
ing signed.
Marietta, Pa„ Nov. 21.—The sea
son's entire crop of oats, wheat and
fodder, belonging to W. H. McNeal.
of lower Chaney township, and
standing in the field was totally de
stroyed by fire yesterday. Sparks
from an engine ignited it.
Marietta, Pa., Nov. 21.—The
"Convict's Daughter" was given last
night in Acri's Theater before a
large audience. Every ' character
was well taken. The play will be
repeated to-night.
Tax Statistics Are
Prepared For State
Statements of the nmounts of taxes
collected In the city and county have
been prepared by Clarence F. Snyder,
chief clerk to the County Commis
sioners, and will be tiled with Secre
tary of Internal Affairs James F.
Taxes collected from June 1, 1918 to
May 31, 1919, In Harrisburg follow:
For streets and bridges, $62,340.12;
schools, not including state appropri
ations, $611,832; other tnxes. $303,-
065.88; total. $977,238; personal prop
erty, $51,421.15; occupation, $6,982;
licenses, including wholesale and re
tail liquor, $79,990.92; tax on railroad
real estate, $1,691.35; on other corpor
ation owned real estate, $15,445.92.
City and county taxes collected in
same period; streets, roads and
bridges, $182,662.34; schools. $946,-
445.82: other taxes, $486,400.33; total,
$1,615,508.48; personal property, $66,-
808.61; occupation, $14,041; licenses,
$111,126.28; railroad real estate, $2.-
703.08; other corporation renl estate,
Pittsburgh Business Man
Dies of Heart Disease
Huntingdon, Pa., Nov. 21.—Henry
Buchanan McClure, a prominent
Pittsburgh business man and a for
mer resident of Entrike, died at the
home of his daughter. Mrs. G. R.
Ramsey, on Fourth street. He was
aged 60 years and had been ill with
heart disease for the past two
months. He is survived by three
daughters. The funeral will be to
morrow, Saturday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, with interment in River
view cemetery.
Paris, Nov. 21. The Supreme
Council decided this morning to give
Poland a mandate over eastern Gali
cia, under the League of Nations, for
a period of 25 years. At the end of
that time the League is to determine
the future of the territory.
Pennsylvania Public Service Com
mission to-day refused to charter
the Big Cove Railroad Company,
which planned to take over the in
terests of the McConnellsburg and
Fort Loudon Railroad.
11. A. Iloopes, 1105 North Third
street, was slightly injured in an au
tomobile accident this afternoon at
Third and Harris streets. He has a
severe scalp laceraiion and head
injury. He is at the Harrisburg
U Saturday's Selling |
New Dress Hats at |
Large Fancy Shapes of |
W Panne Velvet
Brocaded trimming, jet brims, fur bands, Ostrich trimmed and edged.
Showing the very newest and best midwinter modes sold at other stores from SIB.OO to $25.00.
Our Prices $8.98 to $ 12.98
Look at Our Hats and Make Comparison J
If a saving of $7.00 to SIO.OO isn't worth considering—buy anywhere and pay fancy prices.
Our Saturday's Specials, $5.00
Trimmed Hats .
taken from our regular stock—to be sold this day only at this price.
Yellow Sales Tickets Come Off Saturday Night.
In Our French Room Gage Sailors and other high [
About 15 Hats left from last Saturday's sale. |PfSft ?"? Hatt , er f P ' ush , Sailors ' B
B| Ngßft (colors only) reduced to
Saturday, $6.75 $9.98
This is the windup of all of this lot of models to %P' Vmmer '° I
be sold as a special. SV
.New Satin Hats Velour Hats
_• with Beaver Cloth and Fur $3.98 to $7.98, in our $4.98 to $9.98 t
Satin and Velvet, Satin and Fur Models, (Mi Best Black Velour Hats, PS
I $10.98 to $14.98 \ ZZ: 7 QOL
of our own exclusive designing. Only *P ■ pi
Children's Hats at Special Prices For Saturday
Tailored Felt Hats—ribbon band and long streamers —
Bag # • jgg
jjj Regular Price, $2.98 Regular Price, $3.98 Regular Price, $4.98 ncnver'uatl— Black and Navy ®
: Saturday $2.22 Saturday $2.88 Saturday $3.88 |
I Children's Genuine Velour Tailored Hats B
Black, Navy, Dust and Green.
§j Regular Price, $4.98 Regular Price, $5.98 Regular Price, $6.98 Children's Trimmed Velvet
° v Hats— trimmed with ribbons, ;
aE flowers and ostrleli tips.—
|Saturday $3.88 Saturday $4.66 Saturday $5.88 g
Knights of St. George
Honor Returned Veterans
Knights of St. George, Branch
168, lust evening honored its men
front the local branch who served
during the World War.
President John Czorniskl made the
address and decorated tl.e following
soldiers: i George A. Bale, Harry T.
Bale, James R. Igirkin, Harry T. Mc-
Faddln, Joseph T. Snyder, J. Beclitle
llutton, John A. Waldschmldt and
Thomas Collins, with a handsome
medal. The decoration was followed
with an entertainment rendered by
the following:
Piano solo, Miss Helen Czerniski,
, recital, Miss Verda Madden; solo.
Miss Marie Bihl assisted by Mrs.
Carl Wretman: solo, Miss Anna
Hetricli a-s'sted by Mrs. Carl Wret
man. After the entertainment re
freshments were served and remarks
were made by the returned soldiers
A large attendance of the Knights
and their friends were present.
Glen Rock Names Its
Post in Honor of Hero
Glen Rock. Pa., Nov. 21. —The [
Initial meeting of Post No. 403
American Legion, held in the roum.i j
of the Glen Rock Hose and Ladder
Company organized by electing the
following olticers: Post com
mander, First Lieutenant Stewart
Seitz; vice commander. Second
Lieutenant Fred Slyder; adjutant, t
C orporal Shoeman L. Seitz; tinance
officer, Jacob Burns; historian, Ser
geant-Major H. D. Moody; chaplain, ■
Private Norman Kroh. The name i
of the post will be Austin L. Grove i
Post, in memory of Austin L, Grove.
313t1i Infantry, who was killed at
Montfaucon, France.
Rostov, Russia, Thuisday, Nov.
20.—Twenty thousand men of the
Galician army, composing the left
wing of Simon Petlura's corps, which
included the Wolf ICaus and Mikltka
brigades, have joined Gen. Deniktne's
army. Russian officers will replace
the Galician officers and Galicians
will be transferred to another sector
on the front of the volunteer army.
Wormleysburg, Pa., Nov. 21. —Mrs.
Catharine Hupp, of Wormleysburg,
has announced the marriage of her
daughter. Miss Lillian Ilapp, to J.
Harry Kase, The ceremony took
place in the new home of the young
coupte at Marysville, where they will
be at home on their return from
Jacksonville and Miami, Fla. The
Rev. C. M. Sparrow, of Hagerstown,
was the officiating clergyman.
NOVEMBER 21, 1919
a m ss w IsuHe*' Ucdroem Slipper*; so<l minlltr
<5A Qh frit. mad. with warm sot" nn
II WwWf:'. 6r Si soles: stylo like cut: all popu- \1 MH
lor shades, ltarfaln price y 1 "dU
If ' A delayed shipment of WOMEN'S
SHOES has just arrived. Styles are
igi VyS. button and lace, tip or plain toe.
ffci,. Medium leather heel or low rubber
heels. These Shoes should have
Vffiah. been hero September Ist, hence the
or y .! ow . pr,t '.° $4.50
I,adlr*' Havana Men'* Mahogany Men's Block Calf |
llrown Mlliiui,. Ilrown Calf Blu- Uce Engl I* li | y ,41 - jViußgJ *Mm
lace Bootfi; dark rlier I>n<* Hhoen, Shorn, Neolln | II
brown cloth top*, (ioodyear welted, Hole*. Ilargaln t *f I
Barren price, Bargain jwiee, prior* 1 foW'.< <{n
$3.95 $4.95 $3.50 | /jjf
lindles' Havana Men'* Cor do ; 'i//
Brown Kid IdU* Brown KngllMh Men'* Black (iun- ,l® '' J/l
Boot*, leather Kaln, Goodyear metal Kngl Ih li |
lioui* heel*, cloth welted; Neolln Bal * , Goodyear I l/l
top* to mateh. Hole*; $8 value*, welted. Bargain I (Sv
Burgnlri price, Bargahi price, price, I fag '-•'' lt
Men'* leather Houho Blip- I M*n'* Felt Slipper*, heni
per*, black or brown. Bar-1 felt solett. Bargain price. h£ * • .HI
guln price, $1.98. I 980 ''''SjsQU
Boy*' Hlaek Calf English Ladle*' OV s -lnch fe ) - A S^U
° ttU BO,eM - *+** Boot*, new ~*£■ms\
Bargain price. j e :
$3.50 military heel, Jr- *•-, Ja
' lon r narrow Mwf •"
1 ■!<; ' '?® k . iu "" ramps, style like Wfoi' '
metal limtltsli Hals, slr.es to . M&i Jor-. 'M2*l
18. Barcaln price, ""'I "her In
$2.45 black (lore kid 'flHI
or nut brown Calf. li/±* ? / #4&Kf
S&fX! *!'"* Uke M Ar
dlum full too*; all size* to $lO *hoe*. Bar- iflßK'li.flJv
11. price, gain price, $7.50. f >
Mlmcs' Nut Brown Calf ;
lAoe Shoe*; modified Kng- WgJ F HV
lltdt last; aU size* to 2, '•"Iflr
Children'* High Cut Scuf
fer Shoe*; black, laco or /F
button Htyle; brown lace;
sizes to 8. Bergaln price,