Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, December 11, 1919, Page 10, Image 10

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Detectives From Atlantic City
Make No Progress,
They Report
Hamuionton, N. J., Dec. 11. —De-
fectives from County Prosecutor
iGaskill's otflce at Atlantic City spent
'yesterday here endeavoring to run
I flown further evidence in the Dansey
'tuse. They reported little progress.
I The authorities are believed to baso
their case against Charles S. White,
the Hammonton dahlia grower, ac
(•■•sed of the murder of "Billy" Dan-
Bey, to some extent on the evidence
.it'u worn two handwriting ex
perts. Those men have informed
Prosecutor Gaskill that the handwrit
ing of the note signed "J. P." and
fWwtmarkud Newark, N. .T., which in
formed Mrs. Dansey that her son
had been kidnaped in mistake for
L,ite " uunny ' White, son of Charles
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White, and taken west appears to
be the same as that in the note of
condolence said to have been sent to
Mrs. Dansey by Mrs. Edith Jones,
housekeeper for White's father, ac
cused of being an accessory after
the fact.
Close observers of the case at Ham
monton still cling to the theory that
Billy Dansey was killed when a stone
or dahlia cutter meant for his dog
Jack struck hi minstead. It is re
ported that the authorities have
found such a knife, but this cannot
be confirmed.
White, in his cell at Mays Landing,
still maintains his innocence and says
he will clear his name when the
proper time arrives. "My arrest is
about as foolish a piece of business
as I ever heard of," he told his
father, Edward IL White.
Lcwlstmvn, Pa., Dec. 11.—While
W. T. Kennedy, of Belleville, was
traveling along the State Highway
he turned out to pass a buggy and
failed to see another car behind the
vehicle. Kennedy had the larger
car and he struck a Ford car dri
ven by J. R. Woodward, who was
thrown out and badly bruised.
Young Woman Toiler
Killed on Railroad
Lebanon, Dec. 11.—Sarah Sholley,
a textile worker of West Lebanon,
was instantly killed here last eve
ning when struck by a train moving
ion a railroad siding. She was de
| capitated. Miss Sholly was on her
| way home from' work and became
i confused at the crossnig. She was
24 years old.
Citizens Will Discuss
Raise in Water Rates
New Cumberland, Pa., Dec. 1.
Next Monday evening, at 8 o'clock,
a meeting of the citizens wlil be held
to take action on the raise in water
rates which the Mountain Water
Company expect to put into effect on
January 1. The meeting will be held
in the council chamber.
'"PEN hours of comforting hest
with a Perfection Oil /ieater
and one gallon of Atlantic Rayo
light Oil. Beat for Rayo Lampa
too. Coata no mora than ordi
nary kerosene.
Personal and Social News
of Towns on West Shore
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Taylor, of
Mowersvllle, Pa., are visiting Mrs.
Taylor's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Glessener, at West Fairview this
Fred Shaull is confined to his home
In West Fairview with a severe cold.
The Misses Ruth and Mabel Frank,
of West Fairview, spent a week in
Philadelphia with relatives.
Miss Clarissa Deckman, of Spring
Lake, spent Tuesday with her aunt,
Mrs. Annie Corman, at Shlremans
Anion Ramer, of Duchess, Alberta,
Canada, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Lanver and family at Shire
Mrs. Landis W. Parks and Mrs.
William Corman, of Shlremanstown,
spent a day recently in Middletown.
J. Mavis Miller, of Shiremans
town, was a business visitor in Har
risburg on Tuesday.
Miss Estella Brubaker and Mis 3
Esther Shelly, of Duchess, Alberto.,
Canada, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George Zimmerman at Shepherds
town after visiting friends at Shlre
Mr. and Mrs. Orris Orren, of Har
risburg, and Mrs. Clyde Smith, of
New Cumberland, spent Sunday with
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank E. Wallace, at Shiremanstown.
Mrs. Samuel Smith, of Shiremans
town, was a Harrisburg visitor on
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kipp and
daughter, June Romaine, of Shire
manstown, were visitors at the home
of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Klpp, In Harrisburg.
The Rev. J. G. Huber, of Dayton,
Ohio, was a guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Bistline, Shlremans
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lauver re
cently entertained these guests at
their home at Shiremanstown: Anion
Ramer, Miss Esther Sheely, Miss
Estella Brubaker, of Duchess, Al
berta, Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Sheely
Musser, of New Holland, Lancaster
county; George Zimmerman, of Shep
herdstown; Martin Weaver, of Mill
town, and Martin Benner, of Slate
Mrs. Edith Felght and Mrs. Parker
Buttorff, of New Cumberland, at
tended a card party at the home of
Mrs. Samuel Dunkle at Harrisburg
on Tuesday afternoon.
Ernest Brown, of New Cumberland,
enlisted in the signal corps and left
for Washington, D. C., yesterday.
The young man was a member of
the senior class of the high school.
Quickens Schedule to
Help Christmas Shoppers
Demoyne, Pa., Dec. 11.—A flfteten
minute schedule on the New Cum
berland car line from 1 o'clock until
midnight each evening except Sun
day until Christmas has been an
nounced by the Valley Railways
company. The fifteen-minute
schedule recently was in force only
until 8 o'clock. The new schedule
was put into effect to take care of
the increase holiday traffic.
Woman Remembered in
Huntingdon Man's Will
Huntingdon, Pa., Dec. 11. —Mrs.
Mary K. Miller is tie chief benefic
iary under the will ft Frank H. Cas
ner, who died here recently of blood
poisoning. The e | ate is valued at
more than SIO,OOO, with Mrs. Miller
sole executrix. Mrs. Miller received
the estate because of her faithful
service in conducting Mr. Casner's
grocery and her faithful care dur
ing his illness.
Man Injured in Fall
From Car Awarded $355
Cliambersburg, Pa., Dec. 11. —H.
B. Garlinger was awarded $355 dam
ages tn the suit against the Cham
bersburg, Greencastle and Waynes
boro Street Railway Company by the
verdict returned by the jury in the
case Tuesday afternoon.
Garlinger asked for damages for
injuries sustained when he fell, after
stepping from a trolley car on Jan
uary 24, 1918.
Huntingdon Dealers Out
of Coal and People Suffer
Huntingdon, Pa., Dec. 11. —Coal
dealers in Huntingdon are out of
coal and the people are suffering for
fuel. The woods bordering town
are being stripped of all refuse that
will provide fuel. When a report
j was circulated that some of Hunt
ingdon's industries would have to
close for lack of coal, the employes
declared theiu next jobs would be
mining coal.
Will Build Houses and
Appeal For Brickmakers
Huntingdon, Pa., Dec. 11.—The
Huntingdon housing committee has
planned for the building of 50
or 60 new houses here next spring.
The committee states that a brick |
plant is one of the great local needs
and declare that any reliable person
who will go into the business will
get ample backing and at once re
ceive large orders for brick.
Little Lines From Nearby
Milton—Theodore Stills and Pearl
Johnson, both of this place, were
granted a marriage license yesterday
at Sunbury.
Sunbury—R. C. Thurston, of this
place, has gone to Shamokin to edit
the Shamokin News, Editor Kehe
having resigned.
lewis town George W. Sheary
sold his hardware store here to C.
A. P. Ulsh, W. H. Shinkel and E. B.
Watsontown—Garman Kisner was
struck bn an automobile driven by
O. P. Webb in this place and died
rom his injuries.
Frecburg—Mrs. Sarah Geist, one
of Snyder county's oldest residents,
died at the home of her son, George
F. Geist, in Sunbury, aged 80 years.
Shamokin—The school board of
Kulpmont, near here, ousted Joseph
Zuby as tax collector for failure to
collect $7,000 and Joseph Valeski,
treasurer, for inefficiency.
Lewtstnwn—Miss Mary McCoy, a
, member of one of this oldest
families, died at the Woman's Col
( lege hospital in Philadelphia. The
, remains will be brought here for
services and burial.
1 Sunbury—-Charles Berne, of Lan
caster, accused by his brother of
having stolen a S3OO diamond ring,
was arrested here under the alias
of Harold Ferguson and lodged in
jail to await the arrival of Lancaster
Will Hold Funeral of
Woman at Birthplace
Newton Hamilton, Pa., Dec. 11. —
The remains of Mrs. Laura A. Bar
dine, who died at Altoona yester
day, will be brought here to-mor
row morning for services and burial.
Mrs. Bardine was born near this
place on August 10, 1871, and was a
daughter of the late William Mi.
Presler, deceased. Surviving are
the husband. and four sisters: Miss
Ophelia Presler and Mrs. G. W.
Mills, of Newton Hamilton; Mrs.
Ada Funk, of Harrisburg, and Mrs.
Walter Sprigg, of Boston, Mass.
Greencastle, Pa., Dec. 11.—Dur
ing the high wind in this_ section
yesterday a portion of the""pole lihe
of the Chambersburg, Greoncastle
and Waynesboro electric railway
was blown down and tied up traffic
for several hours.
A Gift That Will Give Joy For Years
The ideal Christmas gift for the home is the one that will bring with it happiness and bright
ness, not for a little while, but for years, and that will be a constant source of joy to the whole fam
ily and all its friends.
A New Piano or Player-Piano
From J. H. Troup
fulfills all .the requirements of the ideal gift.
Here you have the leading makes to choose
from: Chickering, Sohmer, Mehlin, Haines
Bros., Estey, Bush & Lane, Kimball, Shoninger,
Marshall & Wendell, Foster, Faber, Angelus,
Ampico Reproducing Pianos and others,
represented by a number of beautiful designs,
in various wood finishes. No question about
their desirability as gifts.
A. Victrola
Edison, Vocation or Sonora
With a Selection of Records
A gift of one of these splendid Phonographs with a selection of records will prove your
thoughtful affection to every member of your family. Choose yours now.
Any Victrola, Edison, Vo
cation or Sonora is so much liner
than the ordinary Phonograph—
has so much more to offer in
tone, appearance and durability
that the demand is far greater
than the supply, and only by
making selection and reservation
now can we guarantee Christmas
Prices: $25 to $312.50
I Records and Music Rolls .•
In Christmas Boxes Make ~,
Appropriate Gifts '
3 [lt Jl -It A A SI A A A Jl Jl L[
J. H. Troup Music House
Troup Building cEst. isso 15 So. Market Sq.
(Directly Opposite Market Sq. Presbyterian Church)
36 N. Hanover St., Carlisle 38 W. King St., Lancaster
Miner Is Crushed to
Death by Fall of Rock I
Lykons, Pa.. Dec. 11.-—John M. j
Williams was crushed to death by a j
fall of rock In No. 8 slope here yes- j
terday. He was 40 years old.
Wllliajns was the son of Mr. and j
Mrs. Matthew Williams, of Wico
nisco, who, with the widow and two
I children survive him. No funeral
I arrangements have been made,
j The body was taken from the
Call a physician. Immedi- i
ately begin "emergency"
treatment with— js&jL j
. ""YOUR BODYGUARD" - 30* 60M1.20 |
DECEMBER 11, 1919.
mine hospital to the undertaking
I establishment of Reiff & Helt, where
I It will be prepared for burial.
j Mount Wolf. Pa., Dec. 11.—A
j double wedding ceremony was per
i formed by the Rev. H. W. Zuse at
I the United Brethren parsonage here
Would you accept a gift from a big store of
awaits you
Read Friday Eveiling's Telegraph
Not only will you find our stock unequaled
in size, variety and quality, but our values are
anywhere from SSO to SIOO better, owing to our
heavy buying for three stores before recent price
advances became effective. If you are plan
ning to have a Piano or Player for Christmas,
come and see uS about it at once. Any instru
ment in our stock is easily acquired through our
convenient payment plan.
Don't wait another day. Come
in at once to be safe. We have
practically unlimited choice now,
but the week-end rush may close
out certain models. And there's
no need of waiting. All you
need do is select the machine you
want, make a small cash deposit;
pay the balance monthly to suit
you. We'll make delivery any
time you say.
when John M. Kohr, son of John
Kohr, Miss IjlUle A. Hellman, both
of Mount Wolf, and Lewis H. Stam
bautth, York, und Miss Mary Kohr,
a brother to John M. Kohr, were
married. There were no attend
j ants. The ring ceremony was used.
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