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NEWS OF STEELTON
FOUR ITALIANS ARRESTED CALITHOMNS ARRESTED,
FOR SLASHiNQFOREIGNERS: CROWING VINES DAMAGED
Five Macedonians. Refusing to Give Up
Cash and Valuables to Highway
Robbers, Were i Badly Cut and
One of the boldest attempts at high
way robbery in the borough in recent
years was made Saturday evening be
tween the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock,
when live Macedonians were held up on
Franklin street by four Italians, who,
it is alleged, demanded what valuables
the Macedonians had with them, and.
on being refused, slashed the victims
with knives so badly that three of the
number were sent to the Harrisburg
hospital l'nr treatment. The fourth
man was not cut seriously and the
fifth, after being knocked down, es
caped and maiie information against
the Italians, who were placed under ar
rest yesterday by Detective Durn
The in jured are: Kostodiua Sanitoff.
cut in left arm; Kostodina Zagotsoff.
■slashed i'i left cheek: George Javanoff.
back and left shoulder cut; Luban
Danchoff. cut about arms and hand.
The men who were arrested, charged
w th the cutting, are Joseph Sauim.
Morris Muff, Daniel Muff and David
Kiaro. Dmetcr Ashtanoff, who escaped
after being knocked down and who
made the information, identified the
four men as the assailants and they
were committed to jail for a hearing
before Squire Gardner this evening at
7.30 o'clock. »
POLICE RAIDED H<>l NK
Trio of Women Are Charged With
Keeping Disorderly Place
Laura Murray, of Harrisburg; Dor
othy Palmer and May Held, of the
borough were captured by Detective
• •ore, High Constable Bomgardner and
Officer Pearson in a raid on a disorder
ly house on Franklin street, late Sat
urday night. Five foreigners caught
in the house were held as witnesses.
The two local women furnished bail
and the Harrisburg woman was com
mitted for a hearing before .Squire
Mr. aii• i / rs. A. S. Kelker, North
Front strr/t, s;ieut Sunday uit'a Mr.
and Mrs. .Jeremiah Poorman, Paxtang.
Mis. 11. W. Riioads and her young
son. 1 I South Third street, were taken
to tiie Harrisburg hospital yesterday to
receive treatment for typhoid fever.
K. 0. Toomey, l<ocust street, left Sat
urday tor Ashland, wfhere he will re
ceive treatment in a hospital for an af
feetion of the hone.
A Full Feature Show at the
Standard Theatre To-night
Lost in Mid Ocean. Vitagraph. Three
reel extra special.
The Chinese Fan. One reel, featuring
The Going of the White Swan. Two
Swecdle's Clean Up. One reel.
To»al, seven reels.
Admission, ■'> and 10 Cents
FOR RENT—3S3-353 South Fourth 8t
. looms each, goorl cellar and level'
■V-T'A r J* 10h r, A PP'y tr. LOUIS
ruKAJNO* 010 houth Fourth St., Steel- i
Daniel Mickens Is Frosecutor Against
Throe Young Boys WTio Are Al
.':ged to Have Thrown Tin Boilers
Into His Garden Saturday Night
George Cruver. Bert Crist and Hum
mel ('raver were arrested to-day bv
Constable Peter K. Day. charged by
Daniel Xickens with malicious mis
chief. From the information made bv
the prosecutor, the three boys took
I : art in a calithumpian serenade Sittir
[_ day night at the home of John Alberts,
j dyers street, when Ralph O. Funk and
j Miss Mabel L. Albert were married.
At the close of the.serenading, Nick
: ens alleged, the three boys threw the
| old washboilers and othe'r tin kettles
| used by them over the garden fence
j. and ruined a number of growing vines,
j I he juveniles will be arraigued before
I Squire Dickinson to-morrow for a hear
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LITERARY SOCIETY PROGRAM
Members of Highspire High School En
tertained Friday Afternoon
The Highspire High school rendered
j a pleasing program at the meeting of
j its literary society Friday afternoon in
| the High school room, at which time
I the following program was rendered:
Calling to order, president; reading
■ nf minutes, secretary; essay, Mildred
j Harvey; vocal duet, Rachael Etter and
! Hilda Lehman; debate, "Resolved,
i'hat the steam engine has been a
greater benefit to mankind than the
printing press, affirmative, Lydia Ehr
hart and Grant Nitrauer; negative,
• Lloyd Heicher and Clara Stoner; won
, by the affirmative; trombone solo, Al
bert Beard; recitation, Helen Sides;
j gazette, Miss Frutiger; critics, re
i marks; miscellaneous business; ad
FOREIGNERS IN I . S. COURT
John Kis and Geza Szabe Will Be
Tried in Scranton
John Kis aud Geza Szabe, who were
arrested here several months ago by L*.
S. Postoflice Inspector Lucas, will be
given hearings before the United States
j court in Scranton this week. The lat
i ter is alleged to have written to a
Pittsburgh physician for poison to kill
his wife and the former is charged with
j illegally obtaining mail.
Among the borough witnesses in the
j case will be Chief of Police Longati
ker, Postmaster Cusack, William Uricb
and Charles Roberts, clerks at the local
! XEXT COXVEXTIOX HERE
North District of Epworth League Will
Meet in Steelton
i Word was received in the borough
this morning from Norristown, where
i the North District convention of the
I Epworth League is in session that the
: convention selected Steelton for the
j 1913 meeting. The local Epworth
League is being represented at the con
vention by Mrs. W. A. Keister, presi
i dent, and Mrs. Thomsa Davis, first vice
Was Solemnized Saturday Evening by
the Rev. J. M. Waggoner
Ralph O. Funk and Miss Mabel L.
HABRISBURG STAR-IN DEPENDENT. .MONDAY E VEXING. OCTOBER 19. 1914.
Albert were married Saturday evening
ut the homo of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Albert, Myers street.
Luncheon was served to about 70
The ceremony was performed bv the
Rev. ,1. M. Waggoner, pastor of the
Main Street Church of God. Mr. and
Mrs. Funk will live at the bride's
The Chinese Fan
All newspapordoin was excited over
the strange disappearance of Muriel
Armstrong and each daily was doing
its best to discover the missing heiress
first and thus secure for itself one of
the most sensational bits of news of the
day, but no trace of her could be found
despite all efforts.
The editor of "The Comet" ground
his cigar and swore impotently and
even Dolly, the star reporter, was at
a loss for clues. How Dolly made her
scoop ami rescued the heiress is mag
nificently told in motion pictures at the
Standard Theatre to-night.
Funeral of Mrs, Frances Statz
Mrs. Frances Statz, 528 Mohn
street, died vesterdav of tuberculosis.
Funeral services will be conducted at
St. John's Catholic church to-morrow
morning by the Rev. William Huvgen.
Burial will take place in Mt. Calvery
Members of the 'Bulgarian-Orthodox
Church have received word of the ar
rival ; u New York City Friday of t'h©
Rev. Father Pavoff, who is expected to
day or to morrow to take Charge of t'he
church at Front and Franklin streets.
The Rev. Father 'Pavoff conies from
The Rev. William B. Cook will ad
dress the Men's League of "fcho 'First
Presbyterian ehifrch to morrow evening
on his trip around Che world.
The local flour mill resumed oper
ations this morning after a suspension
of four days on account of broken ma
chinery. The mill was forced to shut
down .last Wednesday when a big shaft
Seventy-five women of fit. .lames'
Catholic church yesterday organized the
Altar Guild and elected the following
officers: President, Mrs. Charles Buck;
vice president. Mrs.'Mark Lades; secre
tary, Mrs. M. M. Cusack; treasurer, Mrs.
f The children of St. Tames' Parochial
school will be taken on a chestnut
party to-morrow to Linglestown. The
party will leave the borough on special
cars accompanied 'by the Rev. J. C.
The choir o.f Grace United Evangeli
cal church Kill give a musical in the
'church next Thursday evening at 7.43
o'clock. The pro.eeils will be turned
over to the new church fund.
Miss Wilcox, the visiting nurse em
Dloyed bv the Steelton Civic Club, will
I be in her office from 8 a. m. to 9
a. tn., from 12.30 p. m. to 1.30 p. at
REA WANTSIAW REPEALED
I Posts Notice in Stations Arking People
of State to Urge Killing of
Extra Crew Act
Samuel Rea, president of the Penn
sylvania. railroad, to-day appealed to
the people of Pennsylvania to ask their
representatives in the next Legislature
to repeal the extra crew law. Mr.
Rea's appeal, which was posted in the
Harrisburg passenger station of the
com puny and in all other stations on
the railroad, and on all employes' bul
letin boards, follows:
"An Appeal to the People of Penn
sylvania:—lt is in the interest of the
publi<—whose chief concern is g.ol
service and safety—that the extra crew
law now on the statute books of Penn
sylvania and other states be repealed.
"This law causes a waste of $1,100,-
000 annually in the employment of un
necessary men on the Pennsylvania sys
"No one is more concerned than the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company in se
curing maximum safety on Its lines.
Every train on this railroad lias a full
crew, and this extra expenditure adds
nothing to safety or public conveni
ence. The same money had much bet
ter be spert to remove grade crossings,
improve tracks, signals and bridges,
and buy steel cars.
''This •'xtra crew law, which com
pels unnecessary expenditures, is one!
of the factors which menaces the abil-1
ity of this company to pay present |
rates of wages to that great body of
employes whose activities are needed.
"The Public Service Commission
should see to it that all trains are prop
erly manned. Such action would amplv
protect employes and the public. ' i
"We appeal to the people in their j
own interest, we appoal to our employes!
in their best interest, to ask their rep
resentatives in the next Pennsylvania!
legislature to repeal the extra crew i
law - Samuel Rea,
"President. Pennsylvania Railroad
TAFT DINES WATTERSON
Former President Gives Luncheon in
Journalist's Honor After Latter
Buries Hatchet With Wilson
By Associated Press.
Washington, Oct. 19.—A luncheon'
given in his honor to-day by former!
President Taft was the final incident
in the visit to Washington of Henry
Watterson, editor of the Louisville
"Courier-Journal." Mr. Watterson
who, following his call on President
Wilson, had planned to leave for New
ork last night, decided to remain
over when he received Mr. Taft's invi
Colonel Watterson s presence at the
White House brought to an end the
differences existing between President
Wilson and George Harvey, former ed
itor of Harper's Weekly and Mr. Wat
terson. His visit, like" that of Mr.
Harvey's recently, was on the invita
tion of President Wilson. He was with
the President more than an hour dur
ing which the latter's Mexicm and for
eign policies were discussed. Absolute
harmony is said to have marked the j
conference. Personal matters figured in j
the talk, it is stated, as the President I
and Mr. Watterson are related through
Mr. Watterson has been supporting'
the President lately in his paper and 1
after the death of Mrs. Wilson friend-j
ly letters were exchanged between him
self and Mr. Wilson.
PDDLIC INVITED TO
IKSPECTJ. W. C. A.
Continued From Pint Page.
committee rooms, club rooms, class
rooms and library from whieih all mem
bers are privileged to take books.
One the next floor is the spacious
gymnasium, thoroughly equipped, and
in connection with it are dressing
rooms, lockers and six shower baths.
This is on the Fourth street side. On
the corner with windows in tooth di
rections and "OZy brick fireplace is the
cheerful little sitting room of the ihome
department. This roam will ibe furnish
ed by the Hickok family in memory of
Mrs. W. O. Hickok, Sr.
The two upper floors are used ex
clusively as dormitories, there being
forty-one single bed rooms and a num
ber of baths. Each bed room has a
stationary washstand with running wa
ter, hot aud cold, and contains beside
p. white enamel bed, a bureau, a desk
table and chair in grey wood, and a
wicker chair. Each room has a good
sized closet. The rent of these rooms
will be $5 and 7.50 per month.
Furnishing of Bedrooms
Ten or twelve friends of the asso
ciation very kindly offered to furnish a
bedroom, the cost of which is $60.. It
is the hope and expectation of the
board of directors hhat many more per
sons will come forward with offers to
furnish the remaining rooms. On the
door of each room will be placed a
tablet with the name of the donor or
any uame desired by the donor.' A beau
tiful Grandfather's clock finished in ma
hogany has been presented for the
lobby by Mrs. Mary J. Coder, of .Me
•Many of those interested in the V.
. C. A. have expressed their gratifi
cation in the fact that the new build
ing has a roof garden. Even greater
pleasure will be felt after a visit to the
roof, with its square red tiles, attract
ive and substantial balustrade and the
wonderful view over nil parts of the
city, with the imposing Capitol dome
and the park a« a foreground, the larger
Capitol extension as a vision of the
near future. All agree that the site for
the Y. W C. A. was well chosen, near
the stores, so that shoppers and clerks
may utilize the rest rooms and cafete
ria; close to the railroad stations, so
that travelers may drop in betwoen
trains, or young women stranded or
alone may easily find a safe welcome.
The Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation as it now stands offers a prac
tical religious center, a chance for edu
cational advantages, an opportunity
for physical well-being, a place for
wholesome social life anil entertain
ment. for rest and recreation. It is a
comfortable home for those who need
a home and a woman's club house for
those who live in their own homes.
It will be a place where the girlhood
of the city shall be made safer aud
happier. The opening day will be an
event of interest to Harrisburg.
First Tea Friday Afternoon
On Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 will
Be he'd the first tea—the preliminary
tea for the rainbow campaign, which
will begin in earnest ou Saturday.
Those of the workers who cannot reach
the building by 4 o'clock can go later,
as the teas for the entire week will
last the full two hours from 4 to G.
Some of the workers cannot go at the
later hour, hence t.he elasticity of the
time. The committee in charge will be
on hand each day for the entire two
hours and will be ready to serve tea
and hear reports and (perhaps most im
portant of all) receive money each after'
noon from October 24t o October 31.
inclusive, during the lu>urs from 4 to
G p. m.
While the complete list of lieuten
ants is not yet ready, a partial list
has been announced and the other
names will be a kled later in the week.
Each captain it will be remembered,
has seven lieutenants, each lieutenant
seven workers. The list of lieutenants
so far as completed is as follows:
Partial List of Lieutenants
Team No. 2, Miss N'onna Barker, !
captain; Miss Ellen Smith, Mrs. Ray I
Keeii. Mrs. W. S. Barker. Mrs. Harry
Pedlow, Mrs. William Meek, Mi3s Hel
en Rehrer, Mrs. 11. \\ . Johnson.
Team No. 3. Miss Randall, captain;
Mrs. John C. Stine, Mrs. W. W. Gail
ibraith. Miss Sara McUoukev, Mrs. L.
F. Harris, Mis. Frank Smith.
Team No. 4, Mrs. A. E. Shirey, cap- i
tain; Mrs. H. Liudiev Hosford, Mrs. I
George B Dandis, Mrs. Frank Gi'bson. j
Mrs. Charles Guss, Mrs. W. R. Houser,
Mrs. Swigart, Mrs. Zugg.
Team No. o, Mrs. Balsley, captain;
Mrs H. J. Bato'o, Mrs. F. H. Marsh.
Mrs. E. S. Gottschall, Mrs. S. F. Dun
kle. Miss Arta Williams, Miss Ruth
Team No. 6—Mrs. Frank Seitz. cap
tain; Mrs. Harrv Oilman, Mrs. (Frank
Gregory, Mrs. Emil.v Miller, Mrs. W. A.
Smith, Mrs. F. H. Hoy and Mrs. G. W.
Team No. 7—Miss Anna Ortli, cap- i
tain; Mrs. Arthur Hull, M.rs. Augustus j
Wildman, Mrs. Joseph Shearer, Jr.,'
Miss Mary Roth, Mrs, David Miller, I
M rs. Robert Bratton and Miss Ruth |
Out of Town Teams
Camp Hill Team—Mrs. E. N. Coop- i
er, captain; Mrs. E. D. Hilleary, Mrs. I
F. C. Beeeher, Mrs. A. M. Bowman, 1
Miss Alice Meyers and Mrs. G. W. En- i
Steelton Team—Mrs. Solomon Hiney,!
Jr., captain; Mrs. Henry Gross, Mrs.!
Watson Creighton, Mrs. Robert Ruther- :
ford, Mrs. Lewis Johnson, Miss Bertha
Hess, Mrs. Charles Mercer and Mrs.;
Team No. 1 will be adjusted this I
week; to it belong now Mrs. Edward!
Drinkwater and Mrs. J. W. Bitterman. J
Miss Marian Leib will captain the
New Cumberland forces. Miss Laura!
Martin those al West Eairview, Mrs.;
Smith those at Linglestown, Miss Em
ma C. Xisslev those at Penbrook, Mrs. j
Carl Willis Davis those at Lucknow.
Mrs. C. M. Forney the forces at Pax-1
tang, Mrs. F. R. Oyster the Riverside!
group, while Miss Heck will assist i)t!
The Rainbow Campaign
Miss Mary Jennings fs chairman of j
B UL B S
For Fall PlantlnK. Hyacinth*, Tu
lips, Narcissus, Crocus, Ktc. Alao
i'neonles, lioth Herbaceous and Tree.
Holmes Seed Co.
119 South Second St
While subway la being built. Phone
Roll «*, our representative will call
and have samples (or you to select
Here N*t Alnt Because Prices An Loner, nil Because Kaalltifl Arc Better
Extra Special Values in The
rprgl ART NEEDLEWORK
Feature This Week's Presentation
of New Fall Merchandise
' _ , j, _ . __ "» Black Waterproof Pongee Silk. Spe-
Extraordmary Art NBcdlswork News ™te Habuui sak. special prices
a -imi-1 i- -n ■. -m- - ~ 28 and "*°-inch Silk and Wool Crepe
special Tables of Ready-Made Stamped Articles popun, an colors, special price*
Values 50c to $2.50 KT w , -r* « J *
Ladies' Gowns. Waists, Drawers, Corset Covers, Combination |>Tii
Suits, Underskirts, Princess Slips, Brassieres, Dressing Sacques Wintei Wear
and Long Kimonos at popular prices. :ifl-inch Wool Mixtures. 25c
m li j> n j >e < 38-inch Wool Crepe Cloth, all colors,
Table of Ready -Made Stamped Children's Articles 25c
Valnoa >iAr +« ra Stt-inch Poplar Cloth, all colors, 25c
values OUC to &3.CH) 50-inch Black and White Shepherd
Lined Corduroy White Coats, Flannel Saeques. Pique and Check. Special, 25c
Lawn Dresses trimmed with Lace. Infants' Long Flannel Pet- AJI r °° 1 Ser B es - all colors. Special
ticoats, Infants Nainsook Princess Slips, Caps and Booties, al Diagonal Cloth, all colors. Special
popular prices. priceg
Table of Hand Embroidered Articles ' 8p '""
Values from $3.00 to $16.00, at Special Out Prices. 5Z
New Fall Dress Flannel- p,ain scrim, white, cream and ecru. Special Sale in Stamped
ettes, Kimono Cloth oJ« VuS i&«. ioc. i2*c and Goods
and Outing Flannels I?c SI.OO VALUE SE-mch white AII LINEN
_ „ ... .. . Drapery, Damask, green and brown Center Piecer. 25c
nfvir i« ?.?!/ combinations, 25c up 75c value 18-54-inch White All
dark colors, 10c and 1-he Eoman Stripes, drapery for curtain Linen Scarfs, 25c
rfr^in^ 110 » ~^ lmo " 08 ' and couch covers, etc., 50c value. sl.<M> Ecru Linen Library Run
dressing sacques. etc.,
fac ® be n Fl , an ?* 1 ' 2 ? c . . Lace and Scrim Curtains. 25c each 50c Turkish and Linen Towels, 25c
™in Sr°° r Panels - wWte and ecru - Monogram Pillow Cases. 25c each
colors. Special, He and 10c Window Shades, complete, 25c 42-inch Pillow Cases, 25c pair
Plain Color Outing Cloth, pink, blue. Brass Curtain Kods, best qualities, ; .
cTeam, grey, etc., 10c » C) SC)5 C) io c , l2Hc, 25c Enamalpri Warp "Ftp
, A , , __ Burlap, brown, blue and green, 15c enameled Ware, JSitC.
Large Assortment New Green Denim, 12 % c Large size all Blue Enamel Preserv-
Fall Trimmings Fl^. red Cretonnes, Bc, 10c, 12% c, I ing Kettles, values :55c. Special,
. , _ . " 19c and 25c IDc
At Uld rrices !? a ' n SUkoline. all colors, lOn Grey Enamel Sink Pans. Deep, :?ttc
New Oriental Laces. Bc, 10c, 12>4c, J?'* 0 value> s P ecial > - :, c
15c, l»c and 25c Figured Sateens, 1-? Ac 10 and 12-qt. Disli Pans, grey
New Venice Edges, 10c to 25c Nfaw TPall Qillre fn-n TXTnie+r, enamel. Special. 25c
New Val. Laces with Insertion to WeW i! all oIIKS lor Waists, Blue and White Enamel Coffee Pots,
match, 5c to 25c DreSSeS, Trimmings, Etc. . 2 \ S % n& 4 IJ uartß ; Special prices
Venice, Oriental and Ratine Bands, silk Mousseline. all colors, 12 i a c ' ' PaUS '
Shadow Laces, 10c to 23c Flg ( , ' r ( ed SUk Mousse l ine . all colors, Blue and White Enamel Berlin Kct-
Shadow Flouncinc 1H and 27-inch *>i i- j, w .. . tlcs» all sizes, at special prices
Special, l»c and 25c Stnped Mes &»line. 2-qt. Nickel Plated Tea and Coffee
All Over Venice Laces, white and New pilin"silk C Sn«riai m -i,-»<= r Pots ". s P ocial <
ecru Snerial nrires « ~ « s P eclal Prices Large size Blue and White Roll Edge
All Over CWental Lace, white and New Roman Stripe Silk. Special Dish Pans. Special prices
ecru Snecial orices a IJ , size Roll Toilet P'iper, 3c
All Over Shadow Laces, 25c COl ° rS ' T each ' ■" f °<
Plain Nets, white and ecru. 25c and *Mnch Black Messaline. Special elch,
Double Width Nets for Waists, , Enamel Double Roasting Pans at
Dresses, etc. Special prices ™" mCh BUck M ° ire " Speclal prIC6S s P eclal P ric es
New Gold and Silver Trimmings. t
New P Black P Braids. all widths. Spe- AttfSlCtlVC MilHllCry
New' Tassels! black and colors, ioc Largest and Greatest Assortment Ladies', Misses' and Chll
and 25c dren's Hats ever shown in Harrisburg at any time now on sale.
New Showing Of Curtain Styles to please everybody.
and Drapery Goods Trimmings in all the latest ideas in novelties, etc., at. our
White Curtain Swiss Stripes, dot usual low prices.
and figures, 10c, 12He. 15c '
Ourtain Scrims, ecru and white, with < . /% TX „
Sf?u«r"'", a 3 f" a "v 5s lc to 25c Department Store
Curtain Nets in white and ecru, 10c. WHERE EVERY Dfif IS BARGAIN DAY
iS%io, 17c and 25c I 215 Market Street Opp. Court House
tlie entire Rainbow campaign. For the
seven days from October 24 to October
31 these workers will canvass the en
tire city, asking for members for the
Y. VV. A. The membership fee is
only $1 ami joining will give the privi
lege of attending the Current Event
talks given bv Mrs. Jones from Novem
ber 1 to April 1. It is hoped that at
least a hundred men will join as sus
taining members, paying $5 or more a
year. Each team to receive credit must
turn in the actual cash; promises are
not counted. The teams will report
daily and the winning one will raise
its colors above the others.
A young girl has been canvassing
the city 'asking for aid for th- Y. \V.
(.'. A. bazar. The Young Women's
Christian Association is not giving any
bazar at the present time, and it asks
that all such appeals be refused. Monev
given in this way will not reach the Y.
W. C. A. at all.
Ladies' List—Emma Armstrong, Miss
Allie R. Ayers, Mrs. D. J. Bachman,
Mrs. Muzzle Basy. Mrs. M. O. B"st, Mrs.
H. Bitting. Mrs. Btai;\ Airs. Wilbur Ber
tel. Mrs. Mabel Bretz, Miss Marv Bur
rels, Mrs. Kuby Butler. Mrs. Samuel .1.
Care, Mrs. .1. B. Connolly. Miss Florence
Cramer. Mies B. Crawford, Mrs. Frances
J. Croninger, Mrs. John Ctilp. Mrs. Cath
eiine Dubre, Miss Edna Fiestcr, Helen
Gastrock IDL), Mrs. Frank Gould (I>L»),
Mrs. Btellia Hardy, Miss Flo Harris,
Miss Melvina Hoffman, Miss Pearl .la
cobs, Mrs. Ilmsii Janle. Miss Anna
Keene, Mrs. F. W. Keyser, Miss Mary
Kuhn, Miss Kate Kunkle. Miss 'Eliza
beth Lapher, Mrs. H. W. Pelan & Mrs.
1* J. Leav.v. Miss L. S. Livingston, Mrs.
Catherine Long, Miss Dora Martz, Miss
Annie McHenna. Miss Elizabeth Mum
merts, Mrs. J. W. Nelson. Miss Val New
man, Miss Mary L. Noble, Mrs. Myra
L. Noble, Mrs. Myra Oblesgby, Miss
Agnes O'denhall, Dot Palmer, Mrs, J. TI.
Peifer, Mrs. Glenn Perry, Mrs. A. V.
Reed, Miss Katie Reed, Miss Marjorle
M. Rose. Miss Carrie Rowe. Mrs. W. J.
Schloss. Miss Jeanne Schmidlin (2). Miss
Alice Schwab, Mrs. Ida Schilling. Miss
Ida Smith, Miss Mary Snopc. Miss Ber
tha Stanley, Mary Taylor <UL), Miss
Nell Tucker, Mrs. George Tulip, Mrs. E.
E. Waldman, Mrs. Solomon Wengle, Mrs.
Frances Whitley. Mrs. Minnie Wilemur,
Miss Hazel Wolfe.
Gentlemen's List—John Allurn, Char
ley Baker, Adam Baltz, Charles E. Base
liore. Joe Bernstein. Charles Blehny.
Thos. E. Bondy, A. M. Bowman, Walter
Bogner, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Brow, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Brown, "Ship'' Camp, Phillipp
Carlyle, James H. Collins. Fred. Con
nelly. Lluyd Dearing. A. S. Deiter. It.
Ease Your Cough
for Two Reasons
First to get rid of it and second
lo prevent tiiat straining and nervous
racking that is injurious to your
Tar, Tolu and White Pine
It relieves your cough and rids
your throat of mucus and phlegm.
A pure effective Cough Remedy that
is safe and sure.
Forney's Drug Store
-126 MAEKET STEEET
"We eerve you wherever you are."
jC. Derry, West Dice. Wm. Dill, Harry
tvbaugh, Frank EUlnger, Thos. n. Far
j rln, T. .1. Fennerty, Rev. \V. M. Gamble,
; Fred. Graham, Boyd F. Granim. IC. W.
Gummo, Harry Hoorn?r, S. ft. Holmes,
fames C. Hunter, Oscar Johnson. Pete
Johnston, Jud Korney, M. K. Keller, 0.
C. Keller, tra Kline, Rev. H. F. Kosten
| bader. Charles Kramer, Robert Lee. A.
t Udg, UU-hard Martin, A. H. Moore (2).,
I Rev. R. Nlcken, G. G. Narrie, Andrew
I J. I'. Puss. A. J. Quigley. Martin Reath
•bart, Krwin K. Robinson. Jackson Roth
er;ncl. (.J. Runkel. C. 'H. Seliwartz,
j Max Silver. J. o. Knoddorly. Linn Stoncr, '
J. R. Sivezcy, Harrison Ware, G. B. ]
Weitzel (DM, W. Widdowfuld, Wm. 11. i
i Witeman, Charlie Wright, Geo. /iiegler. j
; Firms—Casper Todd & Shafer, Cen
| tral Pa. Brokerage Co., Cold
I .Storage Co.. Kappa Sigma Fraternity. I
j Merchants' Investigating and Collecting !
| Bureau (-).
j Foreign—Gregorio Antonio H Andria, !
f Hristo Koeff, Josef Kovaos, Francesco 1
Curnordi N'atale. Iran Ribaric (2), Di
! Fftlco Savatore Di Paol, M. Nik Tsifkon, '
Philadelphia Division—lo7 crew to
igo first, after 4 p. ni.: 117, 113, 120,
106, 105, 124, 11#, 104, 116. 121,
Knginners lor 104, 107, 121.
Firemen for 107, 109, 116, t
Conductor for 109.
Flagman for 108.
Brakemen for 102, 109, 112, 116.
Kngineers up: Sober, Tennant, Davis, !
| McCauley, Madcnford, Heindman, i
Speas, Keiley, Downs.
Firemen up: Myers, Copeland, Du -I
vail, Martin, Myers, Miller, Packer,'
Spring, Libhart, Grove, Bushey, Oil |
berg, Wagner, Gelsinger, Mulhollen,
Bleich, McCurdy, Dunlevy, Carr, Robin
son, Rhoads, Hartz.
Conductors up: Mehaffie, Houdeshel, I
Flagmen up: Clark, Sullivan. Banks.
Brakenien up: Hivner, McGinnis, j
Busser, Brvson, Wiland, Brown, Allen,!
LH'arolf, Cox, Hubbard.
Middle Division—24 9 crew to go j
first after 1.20 p. m.: 216.
i Preference: 4. 3, 1, 8, 5, out after I
10 p. in.
j Laid off: 1.8, 24,7, 2, 10, 6, 9.
(Flagmen for 3, 5, 7.
Brakeman for 1.
Engineer up: Mamma, Free, Havens, I
! Magill, Welcomer, Simonton, Webster,
.Smith, Kugler, Willi!, Briggles, .Nlooie,
Firemen up: Reeder, I'otteiger,
Schreffler, Seagrist, Wright, Davis, Sim j
I mons, Stouffer, Beat-ham, Richards,!
I Karstatter, Gross. Zeiders, FletcheK;
Conductors up: Gant, Patrick, Paul, I
" Flagman up: Cain.
Brakemen up: Putt, Kerwin, Reese, |
j 8011, Heck, Pipp, Stahl, Henderson,}
] Harris, Spahr, Frit 7„ McHenry, Fleck, l
j Kane, Mathias, Keiffer, Wenrick, j
Schoffstall, Kipp, Mvers, Kilgor, Ba- 1
ker, Werner, Peters, Bickert.
Yard Cre'Bjp—Kngineers up: Thorn I
as, Rudy, Houser, Meals, Swab, Silks,
j Crist, Harvey, Snltsman, Kuhn, Pelton,
L>andis, Hoyler, Hohenshelt, Broneman.
| Firemen up: Barkev, Sheets, Hair.
jKvdc, Essig. Ney, Myers, Boyle, Ship
ley, Crow, Revie, IJlsh, Bostdorf, Sohief
' fer, Rauch. Weiglc, Lackey, Cookerlv
Meyer, Shelter, Snell, Getty,
Engineers for 1569, 1886 213 707
1270, 1699, 1820.
Firemen for 1 869, 707, 1 171, IS2O.
Philadelphia Division—222 crew to
jgo first after 3.45 p. m.: 233 203
| 249, 21 1, 221, 225, 250, 238, 212*
239, 214, 208, 213, 229. 201 i 215'
| 204, 24 1. ' •
Engineers for 203, 204 206 ''3B
| 242, 248. ' '
, Firemen for 204, 214 2°9 *>qft
242. ' " '
Conductors for 233, 238 241.
Flagmen for 241, 229, 233, 235,
Brakemen for 203, 208 (21 "'2l
234, 242, 249.
Conductors up: Pennell, Eaton.
Flagmen up: Simpson, Peek.
Brakemen up: Taylor, Shuller.
Felkijr, Baker, Goudy, W'erts, Boyd,
Kone, Twigg, Musser, Fair, Stimeli'uif!
; Rice, Sliaffner.
Middle Division—4s2 crew to go
first after 1,40 p. ni.: 220 9 30 °4S
246. 21 7. ' ' ;
Eight crews laid off at Altoona, 20
to come in.
\Laid off: 113, 102, 1 14.
P., H. & P.—ll, 8, 21, 9, 5, <?, 23
18, 16, 24, 3. 17. 12.
Eastbound—After 12 p. m.: 61 70
69, 51, 62, 52, 64.
Conductor up: Gingher.
Engineers up: Morrison, Tipton.
Ft-trow, Massimore, Richwine.
Firemen up: Sellers, Brown, Dob
bins, Binghamaii, Snader, Anders, Cor I.
liongeneclter, Bowers, Palm.
Brakemen up: Troy, Smith, Kapp,
< lieney. Warren, Heckmau, Mast, Dun
kle. Ensminger, Martin, Shader, Mach
mer, Carlin, Resell, Stephens.
Come to Me
Do It Now
Harrisburg's Reliable, Permanent, Ex
perienced Specialist. I» >or(H Fourth
Street, over Busy Bee Restaurant. Rec
ognized as the successful specialist. 1
can cure you if curable and charge vou
a reasonable price tor good, honest
work (Think it over).
No nec?*gity for consulting spoclalist*
in New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia.
I do the same work, do it as well for
far less money.
T am the only specialist devoting his
entire time to these conditions (There
is a reason i.
If you have blond disease—don't
throw away your money foolishly; con
sult one «ho knnUM! It Will save \oU
money. Hours ».3U a. m. lo sp. in. '
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