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J RUSSIANS MEET NEW GERMAN ADVANCE TOWARD WARSAW FROM THE NORTH. I
♦ According to official reports by way of Paris, the Russians hare repu'sed the new advance of Qer- *
♦ rnans from Mlaw*. on the aorth. toward the Narew River and Warsaw. Reports from Petrocrad that the ♦
♦ Gernwms were within fifteen miles of Warsaw in the region north of Lowicz are now followed by the state- *
J meet that the German attacks have been everywhere repulsed with heavy losses. ♦
THE KAISER MAY UNDERGO
OPERATION FOR THROAT
London, Deo. 14.—The "Ono;
correspondent at Basel, Switier..uid. J
" According to private information
received from., a Berliu source. the
Kaiser will be obliged to undergo au
operation of the throat. Army author
ities have been informed that the Ku
per or will not iv able to return to I
the front before Christmas and rhat
the doctors advise a quiet life for at
least a month.
"It is Mid his Ulnes*! is not danger
ous. but the Kaiser is very retractorv
and far more concerned about the :>r >■
gyess of the war than iiis own eoiid
tion. He continues to send orders and
suggestions to eastern army, hea icuar
"The Crown Prinee, the report f:om
the capital says, arrive.) in Berlin «e
--cret)v and visited his father.
Amsterdam. Dec. 14.— "Emperor
William has made so much progr. s<
toward recovering his health,
received here yesterday from Berli-.
«tate. that he will be able to leave the
capital th.s week for the batt!' fr. t.
The Imperial ChaneeLor. Dr. ». n
Berhmam-Hollweg. and General von
Kessel dine-i wit., him Saturday.
BRUSSELS TO PAY GERMAN
LEW WITH SPECIAL TAXES
Amsterdam via London) Dee. 14.
A Berli iispat says that Brussels
and !t« s. . "rS- ve de i'desl to ;>av ; :1 e
war lew oi 4.».(- 'OO.OOO marks' sll.
250.00CH mposed by Germany by
mean* of ipwitl taxes lovable op tOi
June 15. 191"..
For the payment of the remain.ng
25.000." '• rks $p.250.0001 of
total contribution arrangements • ave
been reached with a group of Belgian
banks by * > ordination will i.e
met in ten installments.
German Actors Starving
Rotterdam. Dee. 14.— The Be-hn
"Boerse Cou-.er says that 7.200 ;:ie-'
atrieal artists were -tarving in Ger
many. Three thousand are serving in
the am -. Many talente 1 actors ar»
selling newspapers in the street* of
Czar Leaves Tiflis
London. Dev. 14.—Emperor Nicholas,
of Russia, who has been paying a visit'
to the headquarters of the Russian armv
of the Caucasus, left Titlis yester ;ay
anud an enthusiastic demonstration, a
cording to a dispatch to Router's Tele
gram Company from Petrosal.
Belgian Succor Ship at An^terdani
Amsterdam, via London. Dec. 14.
10.37 A. M.—The Norwegian steamer
Obidense. laden with foodstuffs for the
Belgians. arrived at Rotterdam to-day
from New York.
Ship Made Wireless Station
Boenos Aires. Dec. 14.—1t is report-,
el that the captured British steamship
Van iv. k was made fast at an island off
the mouth of the Amazon and nsed as
a wireless station and cold «u>ra/e plant
.by the Germans. The Vandyck was
captured by the Karlsruhe. *
Lancaster's Favorite Brew
JNO. G. WALL, Agt.
Harrisburg, Pa. Frank J. Rieker, Mgr.
SCRIBE TELLS INTERVIEW
HAD WITH VON OERCOLTZ !
ON BELGIUM CONDITIONS
Berlin. Via The Hague and London. ■
De.'. 1 4. 10.20 A. M.—The correspond
ent of the "Tageblatt"' in Sofia. Bul
garia. telegraphs an interview he had
| with Fiel 1 Marshal Baron Von Der Goltz
while • : e latter was on his way to Con-1
-tantii v ie. Regarding Belgium, liar-1
on Von Per Goltz said:
"The situation is normal, the popu
lation has convinced themselves that
the Germans are not barbarians. Life
continues as if in peace time and com
merce an! transportation are getting
t etter. The Belgians fought bravely i
i~: their fatherland. Such opponents,
should be esteemed.''
Answering questions regarding the
war situation in the west, the field mar
shal pointed out that an army of mil I
iions of German soldiers wajs iu the 1
enemy '* .•otiatry and that the richest
' ■■ provinces were occupied.
• don't underestimate our oppon
ents, he said "The French and Eug- 1
lislt fight with utter Vontempt for,
death. but we are gradually winning.
,'outi i ;m 4 l ar»- convinced that some day"
le ei.- ir.y 's resistance w ill be broken.'
Germaai is prepared to wage the war
for years and the side which is able
■ staii.i he most and has the best dis
ci line s bound to win. The enthusi- '
a<ir. ar. i morale of the German soldier,!
fostered by g >od supply arrangements.!
ve are sure, will ultimately make us
i S; caking of the situation in the east i
] field. Von Der Goltz said he consid-!
•r : tha* the Russian offensive ha*
been a failure, bat that hard fichting
was -:ill in prospect.
"But the German army." he added.
• which was victorious earlier against
super: >r numbers. i« bound to be so in
Field Marshal Von Der Goltz said in
conclusion that he was oonviuced that
I the Turkish army had greatly profited
by its hard work during the last few
years and would make a good record.
New Cabinet for Portugal
Pans, Dee. 14.—A message to t.he
Havas Agency from Lisbon. Portugal,
trws that \ ictor Coutinho. presilent of
:he Chambar of Deputies, has un.lerta
, ken the formation of a new Cabinet ir
place of the ministry whi.-h resigned
! '>n Dev ember 5.
Czech Resident of Prague Shot
London. Dec. 14, 7.57 A. M.—A dis
patch ?o the " Daily Mail" from Co cn
i.-igen asserts that a Czech resident of
Prague has been <iot for corresponding •
with a Czech union in Chicago, which.'
~.t -vs alleged, is carrying on a campaign
: • the establishment of an independent
kingdom in Bohemia.
Speaker of French Chamber Hurt
Paris. Dec. 14.—Paul Deschanal, I
■ speaker of the French Chamber of Dep- •
nties. was iniured about the head yes
terday in an automobile accident at
Xogent-le-Rotron. in the French De-!
i-artir.ent of E:ire-et-I«ir. His injuries
are sa d not to be serious, and it is ex-j
peeted he will recover in a few lavs. .
HARRISTBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT. MONDAY EVEN I NO, DECEMBER 14. 1914.
•SOCIALISTS STIRRED OVER
J LOAN VOTEJNWAR CREDIT
j Berlin. Via The Hague and London.
De*?. 12. 11.15 A. M.—The action of
! the Socialist member. Karl l.ie'okntvht.
: in the German Reichstag December 10
in voting against the now war credit
has brought out many expressions of
lisaiproval in party circles. The
executive committee of the Socialist
party to-day is considering what uieas-
I tires it shall take in view of this breach
I of discipline.
The executive committee of the So
ial st l.abor I'mous has adopted a reso
lution declaring tiat any man who re
fuses to vote for ihe credits necesaary
lor the defense j,nd of
the country gives evidence bv this act
that he is indifferent whether or not
I hostile armies bring war. with all its
devastation, into his own country. No
i body who is inte-ested in the laboring
classes of the country and the country,
Ithis resolution continues, could hesti
tate in his allegiance to the decision of
the party, which is that in this war,
when the independence of the father
■ lar.d is at heart, it is heart and »oul
| with the nation.
The military authorities have sup
pressed for the duration of the war the
• • Staatsburger Zeitung." of Berlin, an
• anti-Semite which failed to fol
low the admonition to discontinue all
anti-Semite pro; aganda.
B\I) CONDITION OF THK ROADS
IMPEDES PROKRF.SS OF ALLIES
Ijondon. Dec 14. 4.25 A. M.—A dis
patch to the "Times" from Boulogne
| pays that one of tne greatest obstacles
1 to the advance of the allie.l forces in
Belgium a: 1 Northeru France is the
'extremely bad condit'on of the reals.
The efforts of an army of French
soldiers, working in Ae mud up to tneir
inee- to r them during tile past
week, having proved futile, it has been
iecided to remake the roai".
Orders 'iutc Von sent to England for
1.000 tons of spades. p..ks ar. 1 wheel
arrows. T.ie surface of the roa Is -,vilL
be formed of timoers, sijnllar to rail
WILL SEND BIBLE TO EVERV
SOLDIER IN WARRINO El ROPE
Pittsburgh, Dc. 14.—At a meeting
here on Friday of officers of the Inter
national Sunday s.-hool As-jciation and
the World's Sunday School Association
plans were made which, they say, will
result in sending a Bible to each soldier
'ii the warring armies of Europe. A. J.
Heinz, at whose residence the meeting
■vas held, said that an appeal would be
• sent to every Sunday school in the
| country", each scfcolar being asked to
1 contribute 5 cents he has earned.
Among the ofitcers present were W.
\". Hartshorn, of Boston, and George
W. Bailey, of Philadelphia, members
of the executive committee of the
World's Sunday School Association,
| and Frank D. Brown, of New York.
• general secretary of the American sev
John Wanamaker. of Philadelphia;
Mr. 'Heinz and others have guaranteed
; the distribution of the Bibles without
. expense to the contributors.
DM 1 f IVTO premiums or coupons 70
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the tobaccos —a choice Turkish
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W.i you notice the absence of the
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NEWS OF THE S
HARRiSBURC NOSES OUT
SUSQUEHANNA FIVE 24-23
Boyles Shoots Foul Goal Twenty Sec
onds Before Closing Whistle. Clinch
ing the Game—Methodist Club
Wins From Oberlin Team
The first college team to be brought
| to Harrisburg for Armory games proved
j to be a match for the Harrisburg five
I Saturday night and it was a nip and
! tuck struggle from .he start, the local
: team barely nosing out a victory by the
: score ot 24 to 23. Boyles caged a
1 roul goal twenty seconds before the
j close of the play, winning the game.
Susquehanna took the lead at the
start and kept ahead of the Harrisburg
crew throughout that period, the score
at the end of that time standing 14
!o 10 against Harrisburg. Boyles was
the only regular iu the game for Har
risburg and his foul goal shooting was
the factor in the Harrisburg victory.
' The lineup:
I r>ui>M F Peters
; \\ heelock F« Martin
, Hollinger C Swope
1 Boyles Shannon
Began G ... Middles worth
Field goals. Martin, 3; Middles
worth. 3; Wheelock, 2; Swope, 2;
Boyles, l>upos, Hollinger. Foul goals.
Boyles. 14 of 22; Middlesworth, 7 of
| 13. Referee, Wiyte. Scorer, KtiJp.
: Tinier. Began Periods, 20 minutes
Before the big game and between the
halves the Methodist ( lub, of Harris
burg. and the Neidig. Memorials
clashed, th> Harrisburg team winning
! by the score o:' 25 >to T. Rudy and
Flickmger played great tloor games
and Winn led the scoring with four
from the field. Crane an.l Kreps
played good defensive games. The
Oberlin stars were E. Auugst and Os
man. The lineup:
Nunc maker .... F Flickinger
L. Aungst F Rudy
! K. Aungst i / Wiuu
Osman <> Crane
stouffer (.» Ivrepps
Field goais. Winn. 4: Flickinger, 3;
Rndv, 2: Nunem.iker, K. Auugst, Os
nian. Crane. Foul goals. Rudy, 3;
Xunemaker. Referee, White. Scorer.
\Y. Winn. Tinier. Kulp. Periods, 20
P. K. K. V. >l. ('. A. TKAMS CI,ASH
Local Association Wins From Pottsville
by Score of :ti» to 20
f in the Pennsylvania railroad cham
pioaihip series the local association live
won from Pottsville V. M. C. A. .Satur
iay bv the score of 39 to 29. Neither
j team was familiar with the A. A. U.
j rales and the game was loose as a re
sult. The local team's tloor worl? was
A return gamo will be played at Potts
i ville on December 26. The visitors were
unable to handle the ball well and miss
; e>i shois frequently. Ford and Hoover
L'layed Hamburg's nest game, while
Argall was the onlv plaver for Potts
Tie lineup and summary:
Pot csville. Harriaburg.
Argall F X. Ford
Lightcap , F trough
Hill C Yoder
S.-hwcnk (i Hoover
Miller G Colestock
Fields goals. Gongh, 6; Argall, 6:
Ford, 3; Voder. Lightoap, 2; Hoover.
a olestoek. Hill. M.iier. Foul goals.
Ford, 11 of IS; Miller, 5 of 11: Light
vap. 4 of 10. Substitutes. Prupp for
Lightcap. Referee, ("ieisei. Scorer, Hoff
man. Timer. Peters. Periods, 20 min
York Fans Pledging Support
York, Pa.. Dec. 14.—IProminent base
ball fans of this• city have started a
movement to form an organization to
put a Tri-State team iu the field next
season. The grand stand and bleachers,
which are owned by H. Kister Free,
Eli Zinn and Alvin Riest, will be sold
to this new organization for SBOO. The
owners of the baseball plant, who have
dropped considerable money in the
sport, agajn announce their willingness
to do everything possible to give York
fans league baseball.
CAMP'S ALL AMERIC
I'oHitlon. Flrnl Elrvra. Srronrt Eltvn. Third Eleven.
End Hardwick. Harvard.. Merrilat, Army Solon. Minnesota.
Tackle Balltn, Princeton, ...Xash. Rutgers Halligan. Nebraska.
Guard Pennock. Hanard, ..Jordan. Texas Spears. Dartmouth.
Center MoEwan. West Pt Des Jardien. Chicago, Cruikshank. W. & J.
Guard Chapman, Illinois,.. .Shenck, Princeton.... Meacham, Armv.
Tackle Trumbull. Harvard... Patterson. W. & J... . Weyand, Army.
End 3'Hearn. Cornell Brann, Vale Overesch, Navy.
Quarterback..Ghee, Dartmout, Barrett, Cornell Wilaon, Yale.
Halfback. ... Maulbetsch. Mich Spiegel. W. & J Po*ue, Illinois
Halfback. ...Bradlee. Harvard Cahall. Dehigh Talman, Rutgers.
Fullback, ...Mahan, Harvard DeGore, Yale Whltnev, Dartmouth
CONNIE MACK WON'T LET
ANY MORE STAR MEN CO
Baker, Barry and Mclnnis Will Fill
Usual Posts in Infield Next Sea
son—Home Bun King Is Already
Philadelphia, Dee. 14.—1t looks like
the other three-quarters of t'he Ath
letics' million-dollar iufield will not be
touched next season.
hatis were relieved to hear from J.
Franklin Baker, who, iu an interview
in Trappe, Md„ declared that he had no
intention ot' jumping. Baker said that
he was serving under an iron-dad con
tract with Conuie that would not ex
pire until the end of the season of
He was emphatic in declaring that he
never made one move to join the Feds,
and denounced the story that 'he had ne
gotiated with the St.* Louis Feds as
"There has never been any disagree
ment between t'onnie and' myself,"
Haker said, "and we parted last sea
son the best of terms. All my interests
are centered iu the Athletics, and I will
be back next spring and try to help
them win another championship."
I'on 11 ie Alack last'night confirmed
Baker s utterances and declared he was
at a loss to know how rumors of fric
tion between him ami Baker ever were
made public. He said that Baker was
one of the most faithit'ul members of his
clufb and that he had not thought of
ever parting with him.
Mack also intimated that he contem
plated no further changes in the club,
and that Stuffy Melnuis and Jack Barrv
as wj'll as Baker, would till their fa
miliar infield posts next s^son
Charles S. Dooin did uot see F. Otto
Knabe, manager of the Baltimore team,
yesterday. Dooin said he had uot sign
ed any Federal League contract aud
didn't know that ho would. He said
that he had decided to drou out ot' the
limelight and not talk any more about
baseball. .He contemplates a trip to
While Dooin did not admit it, his
remarks would lead one to believe that
I there has been a hitch iu his negotia
! tions with Kra'be, for, with the New
York deal off. he was prepared to sign
immediately with the Feds.
Dooin also predicted that Sherwood
R. Magee would not jump.
PLAN TOUR FOR BALL TEAMS
Giants and White Sox to Make Trip to
Chicago. Dec. 14. —A tour of South
| America, the Canal Zone.and Cifoa will
be made by the New York National
League baseball team and the Chicago
Americans at the close of the baseball
season next fall, Charles Comiskev,
president of the White Sox, announced
The two teams, which played around
the world last winter, will make their
next tour in a chartered ceased,
i "We will leave immediately after
the season closes next fall." said Mr.
| Comiskev. "It has not been decided
whether we will [Jay several games to
the Pacific coast, then visit the Canal
Zone and go on to South America, or
whether we will leave from New York.
We will probably play in only three
cities in South America, but we hope
to take a large nurobeT of fans with us
on a chartered vessel, and if there is
a deficit I guess Mr. McGraw and my
self can make it up.''
CHICAGO SPEEDWAY AUTO RACE
54M) Miles Will Be Length of Initial
Contest on New Course
By Associated Press,
Chicago, Dec. 14. —Five hundred
miles will be the length of the initial
automobile race over the new Chicago
speedway, it was decided at a meeting
here last night of the executive board
of the Speedway Park Association and
Clifford Ireland, representing the Amer
ican Automobile Association.
Although the date of the race was
not fixed. June 19 was tentatively se
lected. It also was decided that the
cash pri7.es should aggregate not less
than $54,00(7. Richard Kennerdell, of
Franklin, Pa., chairman of the contest
board of the American Automobile As
sociation, will meet the management of
the race here on Wednesday to settle
the date question.
ACADEMY WINS FROM YORK
S*coLd Game in Week Won by Local
Five in Easy Fashion—Score
ho to at
The llarrisburg Academy baaketbal
lers have started tl»e season with n
rush, winning the second game in »
week from Ihi> York Collegiate Insti
tute by the score of 30 to 21. Taking
the lend at the start the
team was never topped throughout the
game. The contest was staged on the
York floor Saturday afternoon.
The Academy boys played their best
game in the first half. In the last per
iod the plav was close. A large crowd
attended the game. Th t » goal shooting
of Bennett and Jennings for the Acad
emy and the splendid dribbling and
passing of Kmerton and doodling fea
tured the game. The liueup and sum
Stackpole V Williams
Bennett K Schueler
Broadhurst C Ilauser
Jennings C, Good ling
White U Musser
Substitutes, Kmerton for Schueler.
Referee. liUtr, York; timekeepers,
Bailey, llarrisburg, and Marsch, York;
scorer, .leffers, Harrirfbnrg. tioals from
field, Staekpole, 3; Bennett, 4; Broad
j hurst, Jennings, ti; Williams, Schueler,
|2; Hauser, 3: Goodling, 2; Musser.
| <foals from fouls, Bennett, 2; (iood-
I ling, 3. Periods, 20 minutes each.
MMJRAW CALLS DKAL OFF
Refused to Pay Dooin $7,.100 and Give
New \ ork, Dec. 14.—President Wil
liam P. Baker stated yesterday that all
the efforts of the Philadelphia club to
trade "Red" IHmin to the Giants or
any other club hod fallen through,
chiefly because his salary demands went
higher than any dub cared to shoulder
under the present uncertain conditions
of the game. Mr. Baker said the club
was willing to sacrifice some of its in
terest in Dooin as an simply to
keep him in the league and place him
Manager McGraw said last night
that ho called the negotiations off him
self. He stated that as a matter of
fact the ileal had never advanced to
a point where ii was likely to go
through. The reaJ reason is said to be
Dooin's demands, which are said to be
a three-year contract at $7,500 a year.
['resident Baker said last night that
if Dooin jumped to the Federal League,
as he threatened to, the Philadelphia
club would take legal steps to protect
its interest in the player. Mr. Baker
said there was 110 chance of Sfterwood
Magee jumping to the Federals, as lie
is under a two-vear contract, which is
TECH LOSRS TO NOAM At FIVE
Shippenshurg Tops Local Team by the
Score of to 22
Shippensburg, Dei'. 14.—The Normal
school five defeated the Harrisburg
Technical High school five here Satur
day evening bv the score of 38 to 22.
It was a fast, clean game, but rather
one-sided as the locals had the advan
tage throughout. Melville, Harris and
Seheffer played well for Tech, while
Banvhart, Coons and Grove starred for
the locals. The score:
Melville F Grove
MV'Curdy iF Barirtiart
Emanuel C Boden
Scheffer G Coons
ißan'k (? Schriever
Substitutions. Harris for 'McCurdy,
Wolf for Schriever, Zinn for Wolf.
'Held goals, Melville, Emanuel, 2; Har
ris. 3; Scheffer, Grove, 5; Baruhart, 7;
'Boden, 2; Coous, 3. Foal goals, Grove,
4: Melville, S. Referee, Hale, Slhippens
burg. Scorer, Fetrow. Timekeeper,
Becker. Time of halves, 20 minutes.
BAN JOHNSON GOES WEST
No New Developments in Proposed Sale
New York. Dec. 14.—Ban B. John
son. president of the American League,
left New York for Chicago yesterday
without announcing anv conclusion at
the dead whereby the transfer of the
New York club in his league was ex
pected to be effected.
Johnson said he would not stop at
French Lick Springs, where Colonel .la
cob Ruppert, the prospective purchaser
of the cluib, is staying temporarily. He
iudicated his expectation that the pres
ent week was likely to find the trans
action for the sale of the Yankees to
the N(Viv York brewer either definitely
closed or abandoned teni|K»rarily. That
the prospects of the deal being put
through were bright, however, was inti
mated in otiher quarters.
STALLINGS WILL NOT RETIRE
Has Signed to Manage Boston Braves
for Five Years More
Boston, Dec. 14. —George T. Stall
ir.gs, who led the Boston Nationals to
the world's championship this fall, will
continue as manager of the club for at
least five years, according to word re
ceived hero yesterday.
Ho has signed a contract extending
four years beyond the coming season,
when his previous agreement will ex
pire. Neither Stallings nor President
Gaffney would announce the salary
terms of the new contract.
DR. KLUGH, Specialist
Pfiynlelaa nail Snrpfw
Offlfmi 2©fl Walnat St- Harrlabnrr. Pa.
Dtaeaaea «r iromra and meat apeelal,
private, ■perlfr, ■moai and fhroale
dlaraaea. Grofral office work. Consul.
(afloD free aid ronfldrntlal. Medtclao
farnlahPd. Work fnarantffil. Ckarfft
moderate. 2(1 yeara' experleaea.
mj IT PgLIGGISTS fcYLBYIiTMfcRt
H 24 r jl| eved in
HOHJHTONS GOOD RECORD J
Captain of Unioi? College Team of New
York Expect Fine Season
Krnest Houghton Is captain ot th« ITnlon
College basketball team, of New York, for
the season, and he expects that his team
will make a fine showing. Union's sched
ule Is a pretentious one, games with
I'rlnceton. fVest Point, Cornell, Wesleyan
and WillUms being on It Union has de
feated West Point for four years consecu
tively. Captain Houghton is rated as a
strong guard. In fact, he Is considered
one of the best yet developed In the his
tory of Intercollegiate basketball.
HUGGINS SIGNS CONTRACT
Will Manage St. Louis Cardinals for
Two More Years
St. Louis. Mo.. IV,'.' 14.—Miller
•1 times Muggins, ntnnttger of the St,
Louis National League team, litis signed
a contract to continue in that capacity
during the ISMS and tfllC season.
This announcement was made here
j last night bv Schuyler I*. Britton, presi-
I dent of the club, upon his return from
j tdie annual meeting of the National
League at Netw York.
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! At This Particular Season of the Year
Both Are Well Worth
What is more valuable at this time,
j while the Yuletide is approaching, than
jtimef Somebody who is watching the
| exchequer says "money." Well, save
I both time and money, then. How! It's
You have a cousin "down home"
that expects you to send the usual
Christmas present. Then there are those
I friends that you visited last summer,
who ought to be remembered. There
are some other out-of-town folks, too
who'll expect a littie remembrance.
This will all require time and money.
But here's where the saving conies in.
! Just clip coupons from The Star-Inde
pendent and present each one of these
j friends with a genuine flexible leat.lier
$5 Bible. Nothing can be more appro
priate. The $5 volume is a most beau
tiful book, stamped in gold and packed
iu a box which bears the label giving
the retail price, $5, and no other marks
appear thereon, so it becomes a $5
present for only one coupon and the
small expense bonus amount to defray
the necessary items of distribution.
Now, isn't that a real saving of
time and money f Everybody will ap
preciate such a present, too.
To-dav's coupon is printed on anoth
er page of this issue. Clip it and save
both time and money.
BRYAN POSES FOR MOVIES
i Picture Shows Him Being Interviewed
by a Pretty Girl •
Washington, DPO. 14. —Secretary df
State Bryan forsook tli cares of office
for ten minutes Saturday and proceed
ed to tile wide approach on the south
erly side of the State Department and
posed for a moving-picture camera. The
role assumed l>y t'he Secretary was that
of a statesman being interviewed by a
pretty girl with a camera.
The Secretary smiled broadly and
walked down the wide stairway to meet
the girl. She smiled and approached
t ie Secretary of State. They met. Their
hands clasped, and tihen 'both faced the
I' ve nine and smiled some more.
Still smiling t'he girl "interviewed"
the Secretary. Then from her fur coat
she produced a camera. The Secretary
pretended to jose for this, too, and the
"sitting'' was ended.
HIS MURDER TALE A FAKE
Man Confessed to Crime So He Could
Winter in Jail
Janesville, Wis., Dec. 14.—Howard
Grant, who "confessed" Saturday that
he killed Jennie Miller, of Aurora, vic
tim of the hammer murder mystery,
took it all back yesterday and now says
he hoped he would be put on trial,
simply so he could keep comfortable
during the winter.
He was grilled by police officers from
Aurora ami Chicago in the cftice of the
local police, and tinally he admitted he
hail not been near Aurora at the time
of the murder. His story of the crime
failed to tally with the facts known to
the police, who soon found he was a
liar. He has escaped, he says, from au
Pastor Installed .at Marietta
Marietta, Dec. 14.—The Rev. W. J.
Huntsinger. the newly-elected pastor
of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran
church, was last night installed as
pastor of the congregation. He suc
ceeds the Rev. Lra W. KJii'k, who went,
to Strausstown. The ceremonies were
in charge of the president of the Lan
caster class's, the Rev. William K.
Lantz, of Shireroanstown. He deliver
ed the eharje and preached a sermon.
The choir rendered a number of'special