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FRUIT LAXATIVE TOR SICK CHILD
GIVE "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OT TICS"
Cleanses Tender Little
Stomach, Liver, Bow
els Without Injury
Every mother realizes that this is the
children's ideal laxative and physic, be
cause they love its pleasant taste and
it never fails effect a thorough "in
■ide eleansing" without griping.
When your ehild is cross, irritable,
feverish, or breath is bad. stomaeh sour,
look at the tongue, mother! Tf coated,
give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup
°f Figs." and in a few hours all the
foul, constipated waste, sour bile and
NEWS OF SEL TO IS
OFFICER JONES GIVEN A
HEARING BY COMMITTEE
Members of Borough Police Force Fond
of Chicken. But Taboo Beer—Many
Persons Attended Inquiry Into
Charges Against Policeman
A second beating in the case of l'a
trolman Jones, who was suspended by j
Burgess Wigfield several months ago
and later reinstated by the police, com- j
mittee of Council a few weeks later, j
was held in tlie Council chamber last '
This hea. was ordered by Council
a.t its October meeting after finding
r»ut that the previous action of the po
lice committee in reinstating t-he sus
pended officer was irregular.
The Burgess made n v*h,irge of insub
ordination. neglect of duty and iutox
ication against Officer Jones and The
latter, in defending himself against
fhese charges, presented a large num
her of witnesses whose testimony dis- .
provel the allegations made bv Burgees i
•Seated with the police committee,
composed of Chairman Xel ley. Council
man Henderson and Councilman Sellers,
was Borough Solicitor F. B. Wicker
s.iam, who. with Hie committee an t
Burgess Wigfield. questioned the wit
The conduct of Patrolman Jones,
whi.'li resulted in his dismissal in July,
was ft"st taken r.;> an 1 testimony heard
from Charles Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. W.
K. Dickson, Dr. C. TT. ( ram ton. of
Harris, urg: Chief of Police Longnaker.
Sergeant Masters. John Brinton. Bur
gess W-gfield and Patrolmen Trcmblno.
Pearson and Wvnn. This tesrimony
ha ! mainly to do with t*iie alleged in
toxicate! condition of Jones on t-he
evening of July 3. The Burgess' sworn
testimony that Jones was drunk was
refuted by the policeman.
The complaints made bv the Bur
gess before Council October 5 were
again allege,! misconduct on the eveu
ngs of' September 22 and 23. during a
«edl;ug . eiebratioji of West Side for
e gners. The testimony on these charges
was give by Councilman Keisch.
Thomas Muldoon. Tia Rider. Patrolman,
Pearson. James Porter and several for
eigners ail of whom, with the exception '
o" Re s-h an iKi ler, were a: the wed-|
ding celebration while the patrolman
Ihe Burgess ■ aarged Jones with
-inking on that evening and the testi
monv both sustained and opposed tJie
All te-:i:nony iast evening'was taken
i short ha'., and the case will be de
*i !cil by Council.
At l who testified last evening were
sworn by Squire Gardner, who was
preseir by request. Kasimir Poztga
M:ter; reted t'.ie testimony given by toe
f -eigoe-s Thomas J. Nel ley. .hair
man of the )>oiiee . ommiKee of Coun
•il. preside I at the meeting, which las:
ed f i-»i 7.30 to 10.20 p. m.
■ onsiderable humor was injected by
• '(licer Pearson, who. with Officer Jones,
»eri or lere I by Police Chief Long
naker to attend the celebration inci-l
dent to the wedding of West Side for
eigners on the evenings of September
21 and 23 in order to preserve the
peace, at which celebration Jones was
a.vused of drinking beer.
Tn speaking of the affair, Pearson
aai.i that when he arrived at the place
he inquired if they had any chicken to
eat and was told to go down to the eel-
Tar ami help himself. When Pearson
rea.'hed the cellar he claims to have
found more prepared chicken there
than he had ever seen ami that he eat '
jo til he could swallow no more, but ']
that neither he nor Officer Jones drank'
The meeting of Sunday school work- J
ers announced to be held in Centenary j
United Brethren churcii this evening
has been indefinitely postponed.
Mrs. M. C. Biekel will exhibit hand
painted china at her home, 234 Lo
cust street, from October 20 to 27. in-1
Miss Wilcox, the visiting nurse em
ployed by the Steelton Civic Club, wib
be in her office from 8 g. m. to 9
a. in., from 12.30 p. m. to 1.30 p. m
Dr. James' Headache ■
Powders Give Instant '
Nerve - racking, splitting or dull, I i
throbbing headaches yield in just a few I
moments to Dr. James' Headache Pow- I
ders which cost only 10 cents a pack- ;
afe at any drug store. It's the quickest, !
surest headache relief in the wholej
world. Don't suffer! Kelieve the agony j '
and distress now! You can. Millions i
of men and women have found that ' i
headache or neuralgia misery i 8 need- j i
less. Get what you ask for. " Adv. <
[undigested food passes out of the'
i bowels and you have a well, playful l
child again. When its little system is;
| full of cold, throat sore, has stomaeh j
ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic—re- ;
member a good liver and bowel elenu '
j ing should always he the first treat-,
' ment given.
Millions of mothers keep "California ;
Syrup of Figs" handy; they know ai
teaspoonful to-day saves a sick child j
to-morrow. Directions /or babies, etail- :
dreu of all ages and grown-ups are!
| plainly on each bottle.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent hot j
j tie of "California Syrup of Figs." l>e- j
iware of counterfeits sold here. (Jet the I
1 genuine, made by "California Fig Syrup
1 .Company." Refuse any other fig syrup j
, with contempt. Adv. I
STATE FIRE MARSHALL WILL
NOT START PROSECUTION
Deputy Fire Marshal Found Nothing
ill Mohn Street Fire on Which to
Prefer Charges—Baldwin Company
Put Out Blaze in Ruins Last Night
State Fire Chief Baldwin announced I
! this morning that nothing had been
uncovered by his deputy who investi-1
j gated the Mohn street lire yesterday,
on which to bring a prosecution and !
j that auv such action by his department I
; at this time could not be considered.
The Baldwin Hose Company answer- j
ed a telephone call at 7.30 o'clock last !
evening and extinguished a bla/.e which;
had sprung up in the tire ruins on ;
Mohn street. The (lames for a time j
threatened what was left standing of j
the four houses burned Tuesday morn- ;
ng. but was extinguished without do-1
; ing any further damage.
NEW CHURCH OF HOI) PASTOR !
The Rev. G. W. Getz Appointed to
Main Street Charge
The Rev. G. W. Getz. in charge of
the Church of God at Wornileysburg, I
has been appointed to the Main Street i
i Church of God by the Eldership which
held its session in Ijancaster recently.'
The new pastor will assume charge here •
iu several weeks.
The Rev. James M. Waggoner, whose
work in the borough has been success
ful siuie lie was appointed several years
. ago, received an appointment to the
.Ncwville charge, but he has not decided
to accept this appointment, as he de
sires to retire from the active min- i
PRESENTED WITH tiOLD WATCH
W. Herman Smiley Remembered by
W. Herman Smiley, residing in East I
Knd of the borough, and who for many |
[years was connected with the frog and I
switch department of the local stce! \
j plant, /was yesterdav presented with a
handsome gold watch by his fellow em-j
' p loves ot' that department in token of,
i On October 1 Smiley was promoted
|to receiving clerk and placed in the j
accounting department. J. X. Peregoy
presented the gift with a neat aod "ap
DED AT GABY. IND.
Body of Former Resident Arrived Here
To-day For Burial
The body of Mrs. Catherine Stubler,
who died several days ago at Gary 1
Ind., arrived in the borough this mom
ing and was taken in charge by H.,
Wilt s Sons. Funeral services will be
held Friday morning at 9 o'clock and
interment will be made in Mt. Calvary
cemeterv. Mrs. Stubler was the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Terance, I
>5lB South Second street.
BOROKiH CODE IS NOW READY j
Second of State's Law Compilations
May Be Had Free of Charge
Supplementing the codification 'of;
the State's taxation laws, which was:
issued during August, the Legislative'
Reference Bureau now has issued a
similar codification of all general laws
1 affecting boroughs; this, like the tax
j at ion code, is printed in pamphlet form
I and is being given free of all charge I
j to anyone who applies for it.
i No codification of borough law? has
been made since the general borough
| statute was enacted more than half"a
j century ago. The last Legislature di
! rectei the Legislative Reference Bu
| reau to prepare codes of all classes of j '
I laws and to present such as mav be'
| ready to the Legislature of 1915. Three!
I will be presented next January— the
taxation code, the borough code and the!
| corporation code; the last-named will j 1
be ready for the public about Novem
These codifications have been pre-1'
pared under the supervision of James:!
McKirdy, assistant director of the
Legislative Reference Bureau. As with !
the taxation cole, he especially invites
criticism of the borough code, to the
end that any errors which may have' 1
crept in may be corrected before the ,
bill is presented to the next Legisla- '
ture. The code establishes no new i
laws, being merely a systematic, log
ical ami convenient arrangement of ex 1 '
isting statutes on the subject.
Anyone interested in the subject who i
desires a copy of the borough code may
hav e it tree by writing to Mr. Me Kir- ,
dv in Harrisburg.
West End Republicans Meet '
The West Kni Republican club will i
bold a meeting this evening to arrange'
for active campaign work iu which it!
is proposed to engage Che entire mem-;,
■berwhip. A number of ad-dresses will be ,
made and .Senator E. E. Beidlenan will 1 (
be tiiie chief speaker.
Wilson Signs Anti-Trust Bill i'
By Associated Press,
Washington. Oct. 15.—President;,
Wilson to-day signed the Clayton anti- i
trust bill v thus completing the Admin- :
ist rat ion 's trust program. There was i
no ceremony connected with the signing c
of the bill. ]
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1914.
$50,000 SAID TO HAVE BEEN
OFFERED TO SUPPRESS BILL
Statement Made at Meeting of State
Federation of Women's Clubs in
Tener Knows Nothing About It
| In the meeting of the State Federa
tion of Wouieu s Clubs held in Pitts
| burgh yesterday, the statement was
| made, during a discussion of a paper
; on ••Household Economics," that in the
last legislature Representative Wilson,
;of Philadelphia, who introduced the
cold storage bill, had been requested
by Governor Tener to withdraw it,
Hnd that on his refusal to do so. a Chi
cago packer offered him $50,000 to
suppress the bill.
Governor Tener, when asked regard
ing the story, said he knew nothing
about it only that on representation
of the fishermen of Erie the bill was
amended so as to exclude fish from its
| provisions, and that so far as the stor
; age of meat was concerned there was
Ino controversy. Governor Tenjr said
! he knew nothing of the extension of
; the time for holding eggs in storage.
, but he had several talks with Repre
: sentative Wilson regarding the general
i provisions of the bill, and had not ask
ed him to withdraw it. As to the at
; tempt to bribe Mr. Wilson with SSO.
' 000 the Governor knew nothing of it
! nor of any other attempt to bribe.
| Dirt Road Money
! The State appropriation for dirt
| roads is now being paid on warrants
; issued by Auditor General Powell. The
! following have been issued for Dau
i phin county;
Conewago, J117.52; Kerry, $218.88;
East Hanover, $212.29; Halifax,
| $143.03; Jackson, $28.18; Jefferson,
$:!<5.03; Londonderry, $67.60; Lower
j Haxton. $207.40; Lower Swatara,
! $84.36; Lvkens. $137.71; Middle I'ax
ton. $113.83; Mifflin, SSS.69; Reed,
, $8.38: Rush, $,*>3.77; South Hanover,
i $90.09; Susquehanna. $139.67; Upper
I'ax ton. $145.27; Wayne, $63.55;
i West Hanover, $133.30; W'iconisco,
,S2O; Williams. $14.64; total, $2,290.
: Oaklay Pictures for Senate
Samuel B. Rambo, Superintendent of
i i'ublie Grounds and Buildiugs, will
shortly pay a visit to Miss Violet Oak
; lev, the artist who is painting the pie
i ture for the Senate chamber, at h,er
! home in Oak Lane, Philadelphia. The
I pictures for the Senate will be tive iu
! number and Miss Oakley is well on
with the work. One large picture will
be placed back of the stand ot' Iho
: president pro teni. and there wiu be
large panel pictures on either side of
the rostrum. The other two pictures
will be in the rear of the Senate back
of what arc now known as the press
galleries. All will depict Pennsylvania
scenes. Miss Oakley is under contract
to have the pictures on the Senate
j walls by January 1. 1915. and Super
intendent Kambo will confer with her
as to the time they will be placed iu
The Continental Rubber Works, of
Krie, has filed notice of an increase of
iapital from $1,000,000 to $2,000,000.
Monday next will, tie the last day
| on which candidates for office to be
, voted for in November may withdraw.
1 As a consequence, there is a rush to
the State Department of notices of
withdrawal from those who do not care
to take the ballot test on their popular
| ity. The following notices of withdraw
| al were filed to-day:
George K. Young, Keystone, Assetn-
I bly. Nineteenth Philadelphia.
George H. Pattison, Roosevelt Pro
gressive. Assembly, Sixteenth Philadel
Daniel McAvoy. Washington, Assem
bly. Twenty-sixth Philadelphia. Harry
L. Hackett substituted.
J. Boue. Socialist. Assembly.
JoMi K. Pritts. Prohibition, Assem
bly. Second Westmoreland.
John T. McMullen. Prohibition, As-
I semblv, Northumberland.
Hyatt M. Cribbs, Roosevelt Progres
sive and Prohibition, Senate, Forty
■ fourth district. Allegheny.
William H. Pratt. Washington, Key
stone and Bull Moose, Senate, Fortv
fourth district, Allegheny.
Commission to Meet
The Pennsylvania Commission to the
Panama-Pacific exposition will meet
next Tuesday to approve 'contracts ma le
since the last meeting. The Commission
will also consider the subject of an ex
hi'oition of medi'al hygienics, showing
the work of the Sfcai'e Health Depart
ment by a system of ma;>s and mechan
ical apparatus and how disease is stamp
ed out. Alvin E. Pojie. chief of the De
partment of Education and Social
Economy at the exposition, was a cailer
on Governor Tener and Stwte Heaith
Commissioner Dixon to-dav.
Auto-License Fund Case
Cashier Criehton, of the State Treas
ury, is in Philadelphia to-dav confer
ring with (M. Hsmptpn Todd. cOiief coun
sel in the defense of t'he suit brought
to determine whether the State financial
officers Shall pay the auto-li ense fumi
to the State Highway Commissioner.
The "ase will come before ihe Supreme
Court in January, and Mr. Criehton has i
•been busily engaged in the pre-arationj
of the paper hook, w<ni. h has been sub- J
mitted to Mr. Todd.
Adjutant General Stewa-rt went to I
Philadelphia to-day to confer with j
some of the National Guard officers on
dates for the fall inspections.
Mr. Cunningham Will Speak
Deputy Attorney General Cunning-j
ONE SPOONFUL GIVES
Harrisburg residents are astonished i
at the QUICK results from the snnple j
mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc., known as Adlcr-i-ka. This remedy i
acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel
and is so THOROT'GH a bowel cleanser
that it is used successfully in appendi
citis. ONE SPOONFUL of Adler-i-ka i
relieves almost ANY CASE of eonsti-1
pation, sour or gassy stomach. ONE |
MINUTE after you take it, the gasses i
rumble and pass out. G. A. Gorgas, I
druggist, 16 North Third street and!
Pennsylvania Railroad Station. Adv.'
Prtcn Griatty Lowered
We sell cars at a lower price than
any other auto concern In Phlla.
We are not the largest dealerg but
are the moat reliable in every way.
See us this week ar.rt save many
dollars. Your fare to Phlla. refund
ed if you buy.
Kor«l floadntern unit Touring;, 9150
l)ut«'k nod (nd I linen,
I K. M. F. and tlupiuohlle, 922 ft.
i Saxon and Regral. *230.
o%erlanda and Oakland*. 9300.
I Packard* and Pierce Arrows* 9450.
All the above are equipped and
late models: also 200 others.
Write to-day for our eaay pay
ment plan and complete llat of ears.
1405-1407 RAGE STREET
Agent. Wanted. Open Kunriitya.
Open Moii., Wed. A Krl. I£renlnc«.
| ham will be one of the speakers at the
! big Republican mass meeting in Read
: ing this even tug.
INTERESTING TALK GIVEN
Dr. Booker T. Washington Makes Ad
dress at Fifth Street Church
Last night Dr. Booker T. Washing
j ton, the foremost negro educator, aft
j er an introduction to a large audience
at the Fifth Street Methodist church
by Mayor Royal, spoke on "The Mak
ing of Useful Citizens," from the poor
i or negroes of the South.
Dr. Washington spoke of his birth.
: his slave life, his mother, and of the
! emancipation of the slaves after which
j lie worked in the coal mines iu West
! Virginia, and of how he had to struggle
' to get an education in the Hampton
\ schools in Virginia.
As a result of these struggles he
| said he took pity on those who eoald
not get an education and he started a
j little school in an ugly shack in 1881
at Tuskegee which has grown until it
| is the prosperous Tuskegee Normal and
j .Industrial Institute of the present.
The s.-hool now has an enrollment
jof 1,600 young men and women with
I 197 teachers; occupies 97 buildings,
, many of which have been built by the
j students themselves; owns 3.000 acres
lof farm land and is worth $1,500,000
' without any debts.
I After the address 111 Fifth Street
; church. Dr. Washington spoke before
1 a big audience of colore 1 people in' the
I Bethel A. M. K. church, State street.
ANNUAL FALL BALLY
To Be Held by Helping Hr.ud Society
The Helping Hand for Men, 203
j South street, will celebrate its twenty-
I second annual fall rally Thursday, Oc
; tober 22. Friends are requested to as
sist in the arrangements for the fall
i and winter work. The institution needs
1 <oal for the winter.
It is planned to carry on the work,
with open house on election day and all
holidays, for these oceassious provis
ions and groceries such as soup beans,
coffee, sugar, bread, crackers sou;>
: meat?, green vegetables, canned goods
and n few brooms will be needed. Do
nations of any of the abow articles
will be thankfully received if left at
the rooms, 205 South street, or called
for by the superintendent. No one is
authorized to do any soliciting or col
lecting for th? Helping Hand.
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! f'J;? li*s Market St., Harrisburg, Pa.
j At the Entrance to the P. K. R. Station
F. B. ALDINGER,
'Ji> Booms and Baths
Maurice E. Russ, Proprietor
Third and' Walnut Sts., Federal Square
Corner Market and Third Streets
Entrance on Third Street
Rooms provided with Heat, Hot and
Cold Water. Baths free to guests.
W. H. BYERLY, Prop.
309 MARKET STREET
European PJ.au. Hates JI.OO per day and
up. Kooms single or en suite, with
Luncheon, 11.30 to 2 p. m„ 35c
Dinner daily, i to 8 p. m., Soc
Special Sunday Dinner. 12 noon
to 8 p. m., TSe
A la carte service, <> a. m. to 12 d m
UORTIXU * MIKUI.E, Proprietor*
For something good to eat. Every
thing iu season. Service the beet.
Prices the lowest.
No. 25 3outh Fourth Street
Directly opponlte tnloa Station,
equipped ltltk all Modern Improve
ments; running naler In every mum
line bath; perfectly sanitary; nicely
lurolabeil throughout. Rates moderate.
JOSEPH GIUSTI, Proprietor.
217 Market St., Opp. the Court House
4t» Comfortable Rooms—Each provided
with Telephone with Free Local Service
Elevator —Every Modern Convenience.
Shower Baths Free to Guests.
J. W. Rodeshaver, Proprietor
Large and convenient Sample Rooms.
Passenger and Baggage Elevator. Elec
tric Cars to and from depot. Electrie
Light and Steam Heat; Rooms en suite '
or single with Bathe. Ratee, $2.50 per j
day and up.
J. H. «M. 8. Butterworth, Props. '
Boy Mere IM Aloae D«>ne Priori Are Lonrr. Bat UtauH UHiltlra An UrttriMHHHHi
ANOTHER OF THE REMARKABLE
&3g£) MILLINERY EVENTS
vh-w That Has Made the Name of This Store
a By-Word With Thousands of Women
Several years ago a new era in Millinery merchandising was inaugurated in
Harrisburg. It dates from the time this store opened its Millinery Department and
provided a channel through which the women of Harrisburg could at all times buy
stylish shapes and trimmings at prices far below what they had been accustomed
Of course, it was impossible to confine prices in this department to our price
limits in other departments of one to twenty-five cents, and at the same time pre
sent a comprehensive assortment of shapes and trimmings. So we decided to car
ry in addition to everything in this line that could be sold at twenty-five cents or
less, millinery that would meet the requirements in style and quality of the most
discriminating buyer, and sell it at prices free of the customary inflation which
so generally prevails in the pricing of shapes and trimmings.
And then to make this department even more important, we established a
weekly buying system. Every week our buyers visit the eastern markets and re
turn home with new stocks, thus enabling us to present at all times absolutely the
newest creations in the realm of fashion.
In a word, We have made this department one in which exceptional values
prevail, not only on certain irregular sale occasions, but every day in the year—
a fact that thousands of women in and about Harrisburg have proven to their
satisfaction, are repeatedly taken advantage of.
To Friday and Saturday Shoppers We Present
Millinery Possessing Elegance,
Distinction and Low Pricing
OUR SUPREME ATTEMPT THIS SEASON
To-morrow we shall place on sale an entirely new lot of high-grade hats
which arrived at the store to-day. There are
BLACK SILK VELVETS, VELOURS AND PLUSHES
in broad, sailor, turban, tricorne, soft crown and small shapes, etc.
ALSO A NEW LOT OF CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HATS
In Trimmings, there are all the newest novelties, including Ostrich Fancies,
Flowers, Bands, Wings, Gold and Silver Novelties, Ribbons, etc.,
ALL AT OUR USUAL LOW PRICES
COLLAR SPECIAL RIBBON SPECIAL
For Friday Only For Friday Only
25 dozen Ladies' Linen Collar and 1,000 yds. of White Satin Taffeta and
Cuff Sets Special Friday only, ITe , Rlbb o n > suitable for girdles,
se t o K± all colors, 50c value, Friday only,
Ic to 25c DEPARTMENT STORE
Where Every Day is Bargain Day Opp. Court Home, 215 Market St.
Philadelphia Division —lol crew to
go tirst after 3.40 p. m.: 119, 103,
Engineers for 101, 103.
Brakemen for 101, 103. 144.
Engineers up: tellers, Hcindman,
Wolfe, Eong, Geesev, Biesinger, ilan
Firemen up: Huston, Shive, Beliman,
Copeland, Miller. Martin. 'Balsbaugh,
ljibhart, Grove, Wagner, Gilbert, Geis
;uger, ißushey, Dunlevv, Mulhoiin, Carr,
Conductors up: Fraelich, Meihaftie.
Flagmen up: Banks, Harvey,
Brakemen up: Mclntvre, Gouse.
Shultzberger, Kim p.p. Jackson.
Middle Division —lo crew to go first
after 2.05 p. m.: 26, 17, 20.
Engineer for 1 7.
Fireman for 17.
Engineers -up: Kugler. Webster,
Carman, Briggles, Moore, Wissier, Min
Yard Crews—-Engineers up: Crist,
'Harvev, Saltsman, Kuhn, Polton, Sha
ver. Landis, Hoyler, Hohenshelt, Brene
man, Thomas, Rudy, Houser, Meals,
Staih'l, Swa'b, Silks.
Firemen up: Ulsh, Bostdorf, Schief
fer, Weigle, Lackey, Oookerv, Maever,
Shelter, Snell, Bartolet, Getty, Baritoy,
Sheets, Bair, Eyde, Essig, Xey, Myers,
Boyle, Shipley, Crow.
Engineers for 1 886, 707, 1 18, 1820.
Firemen for 213, 707, 322, 1171,
Middle Division— lT43 crew to go
first after 1.30 p. m.: 230, 220, 235,
105. 103, 11 2, 110, 118 ,113.
Engineer for 105.
Firemen for 103, 112, 118.
Brakemen for 110.
Firemen up: Richards, Wright,
Fletcher, Weibley, Seagrist, Cox,
Sehreffler, Davis, Simmons, Btouffer,
Conductors up: Byrnes, Patrick,
Brakemen up: Henderson, Fritz,
Fleck. Matbis, Kane, Wenrick, Me-
Henry, Kieffer, Sehoffstall, Bickert,
Myers, Kilgor, Baker, Werner, Kohli,
Plack, Roller, Peters, Frank.
Philadelphia Division —236 crew to
go first after 4.15 p. m.: 236, 225,
209, 227, 220, 216.
Engineer for 227.
Fireman for 226.
Conductors for 205, 215, 224.
Flagmen for 226, 232, 253.
Brakemen for 236, 244, 246.
Conductors up: Pennell, Stensouer,
Keller, Lingle, Gundle, Walton.
Flagmen up: Peck, Simpson, Camp.
Brakemen up: Shuler, Baker. Lutz,
Felker, Werts, Goudy, Keits, Boyd, Al-
| bright, Twigg, Musser, Fair, Myers.
P.. H. and P. —After 11.30 a. m.:
I. 14. 24, 7. 1, 10, 2, 15, 11, 21, 9. S.
I _ Eastbound —After 1.45 p. m.: 59,]
I t>9, 57, 71, 52, 54, 65, 56.
Conductors up: Gingher.
Engineers up: Tipton. Richwiue.!
o ! ®' ass , Pletz, Morrison, Sassiman, Wyre, i
. ' Kettner, Massimore.
'J Firemen up: Dowliower, Morner, I
j Orumbine, Miller, Longeneeker, Toh
bins. Chronister, Zukoswiski, Sellers. |
| Brakemen up: Dunkle, Wvnn, Shad-1
i.! °r, Page. Kapp, Felix .Miles, Mast,
i Marty, Maehmer, Floaglc, Chenrv, i
i Strain. Stephens.
!'J Major Shindel Here
i-! Major .r. (M. Shindel. a prominent I
\ | wicniDer of the county bar, j
Carpets and Bugs
9x12 Body Brussels Hugs, worth $27.50 $25.00
'• I 8-3xlU-6 Body Brussels Rugs, worth $26.00, $24.00
; 6x9 Body Brussels Rugs, worth $17.00, $15.00
». 9x15 Body Brussels Rugs, worth $40.00, $35.00
■, 10-6x12 Body Brussels Rugs, worth $37.50, $35.00
10-6x13-6 Body Brussels Rugs, worth $42..30, $40.00
Jl-3x12 Body Brussels Rugs, worth $37.50, 835.00
! j 11-3x15 Body Brussels Rugs, worth $50.00, $45.00
, 6x9 Axminster Rugs, worth $15.00, $12.00
j 8-3xlo-6 Axminster Rugs, worth $22.50 $20.00
■ 9x12 Axminster Hugs, worth $25.00, $22.50
j 11-3x12 Axminster Rugs, worth $30.00, ....$25.00
n 12x15 Axminster Rugs, worth $45.00, $40.00
, I 6x9 Wilton Rugs, worth $25.00 $22.50
i 8-3xlo-6 Wilton Hugs, worth $37.50, $35. 00
9x12 Wilton Rugs, worth $40.00, $37.50
9x12 Ten Wire Tapestry Rugs, worth $20.00 SIB.OO
j 9x12 Nine Wire Tapestry Rug, worth $16.00,.... .$13.00
, I Whittall Five-frame Body Brussels, worth $1.75, $1.60
', j Wilton Carpets, worth $1.50, $1.35
Velvet carpets, worth $1.35 $1.25
Axminster Carpets, worth $1.40 $1.25
j Roxbury Tapestry, worth sl.lO, SI.OO
Axminster Carpet, worth $1.60 $1.50
• j Nine-wire Tapestry, worth SI.OO 85£
'i Eight-wire Tapestry, worth 80c, 65^
Hall Runners, all sizes. Carpet Sweepers, Vacuum Cleaners,
i Linoleums, Oil Cloths and Window Shades.
HARRISBURG CARPET CO.
32 North Second Street *
■■■■ , f
was at tho State Department, to-day
looking over the papers that will 'be
presented tn tho Board of Pardons at
: its meeting next Wednesday for a
: recommendation for executive clemency
I for Bizenti convicted with
assault with intent to kill, and now
j serving a sentence in Ijoibanon jail.
Foley Cathartic Tablets
You will like their positive action.
They have a tonic effect on the bowels,
and give a wholesome, thorough clean
sing to the entire bowel tract. Stir the
| liver to healthy activity and keep stout
aich sweet. Constipation, headache,
| dull, tired feeling never afflict those
i who use Foley Cathartic Tablets. Only
I 25e. Specially comforting t-o stout per
i sons who enjoy the liglit and free feel
: ing they give. George A. Gorgas, tfi
j North Third street, and P. R. R. Sta-
J tion. Adv.