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MONEY FOR HARRISBUKfJ |
$75,000 for liocal Postofflce Carried is 1
Federal Appropriation Bill
Washington, D. C., Feb. s.—The
sundry civil appropriation bill reported
in the Bouse yesterday carries appro
priations of $21,000 for Frankfort
arsenal, $15,000 5f which is to be
spent on improvements for the boiler
plant and $6,001' for an additional
shop. The biH includes a provision of
235,700 for the immigration station at
'Philadelphia and another of $45,000
for the maintenance and improvement
of the Gettysburg battleground.
Appropriations are made for Penn
sylvania postoffice." as follows: Bed
ford, $50,000; frarrisburg, $75,000;
Huntingdon, $15,000; Hidgway, $25,-
000; Reading, $40,000; South Beth
lehem, $1,000; Sunbury, $20,000; Ta v
maqua, $27,000; Tarentum, SI,OOO.
SUICIDE PAIR IDENTIFIED
Scran ton Couple Were Daniel M. Brit
ton and Mrs. Mildred Bnpert
Scranton, Feb. 5. —The identity of
the couple who while despondent be
cause of poverty committed suicide in a
local rooming house, was disclosed yes
terdav when authorities at Utica, N.
V., said that the man was Daniel M.
Britton, of that city, and the woman,
Mildred Bnpert, of Gloversville, X. Y.
Both were married and deserted fam
ilies to elope to this city.
The disclosure made clear a sentence
in Britton's letter, "two shipwrecked
beings stranded on the rocks of love."
KENTUCKY GAMBLERS FINED
$5,000 In Penalties In Louisville
Louisville, Ky., Feo. s.—Ten men
were lined a total of $5,000 in criminal
court here yesterday on pleas of guilty
to operating handbooks in Louisville.
Samuel Dinkelspiel and Lawrence
Starr were fined $1,500 each. The other
fines ranged from SIOO to SSOO.
The Kentucky Department of the
World's Purity ' Federation threw its
weilght with that of the State in prose
cuting the cases.
JEBSET CONGRESSMAN QUITS
Sheriff of Hudson County Warned Vote
Would Be Challenged
Jersey City, N. J., Feb. s.—Eugene
F. Kinkead, Bheriff of Hudson county,
yesterday sent in his resignation as
member of the National House of Rep
resentatives from the Eighth district of
Representative Kinkead, who was
elected Sheriff last fall and retained his
seat in Congress after assuming the
shrievalty, said he vras preparing Wed
nesday to start for Washington to vote
to uphold the President's veto of the
immigration bill, when he received a
telegram from Representative Burnett,
the introducer and champion of the
hill, informing, him that if lie voted on
the bill his rigfif to do so would be
challenged by Mr. Burnett.
HIGH SPEED IN DIVORCE
Jersey Vice Chancellor Completes Case
in 25 Minutes
Jersey City, Feb. s.—Vice Chancel
lor Stevens let out the speed cheek in
chancery chambers yesterday and hung
up a record of twenty-five' minutes in
divorce actions. The ease was that of
John W. Bolen, Atlantic street, this
city, against Mary F. Bolen. The hus
band charged misconduct on the part of
Mrs. Bolen with Benjamin Wells, half
It required twenty-five minutes for
the Vice Chancellor to hear the evi
dence and make his order approving a
WELCH MOUNTAINEERS HELD
Two Men in Lancaster Jail Charged
' Lancaster, Feb. s.—"Bully" Den
nis and William Wells, Welch moun
taineers, were committed to the county
jail yesterday on a serious charge.
Several nights sigo the premises of
Aaron Good. Joseph Weiser and David
Horning were robbed and thev are ac
cused of being the thieves, 'they have
been identified as the men who were at
Scott Gehman's residence, in East Earl
township, and when discovered Well»
opened revolver fire on Gehman, who
fired in return. Neither was hit.
SLEIGHING WITH WINGS
Main Line Boy, Aided by Aeroplane,
Haverford. Pa., Fefo. s.—''Jack"
Huhn, son of William H. Tevis Huhn,
the banker, and a student at Haverford
School, appeared on Main Line roads
around Haverford and Ardmore in a
An aeroplane engine, operating a
wooden propeller at terrific speed, pro
pelled the sleigh, which traveled fast,
and appeared to be easy to steer.
Widow Sucb For $50,000
Xorristown, Fe*b. s.—To recover
$50,0f10 damages for the death of Ben
jamin H. Schwartz, a lawyer, his wid
ow, Rose L. Schwartz, has sued the
Cheltenham and Willow Grove Turn
pike Company. While riding in an auto
mobile on 'a dark night in May, last
year, Schwartz ran into a hardened pile
of concrete and was thrown out and
received a fractured skull from which
he ,died five days afterward.
Woman Ends Her Life
Meadville. Feb. s.—Mrs. William
Fall, 40 years old, died at her home in
Lyona yesterday morning as a result
of swaliowing Paris green and cutting
arteries in one arm and under one knee.
She imagined she was to be arrested.
She le-aves a husband and two-children.
The family had lived at Lyona twenty
Boys Kick fISO In Basket
Shamokin, Feb. 5.—A lunch basket,
which had been spilled from Albert
Malick's runaway milk rig, and which
boys were Kicking about in a suburb,
contained intact $l5O, which Mrs. I. F.
Herb, of Weigh Scales, was sendinlg to
her husband here to deposit.
Arrest Man For Forgeries
Lebanon, Feb. s.—The police yester
day arrested Milton Auchenbach, of this
city, on a half dozen charges of forg
ery. All of Auchenbach's reputed vic
tims are loc*l merchants who cashed his
checks, notwithstanding the fact that
only recently he had been caught in
<imilar transactions and spent four
months in jail.
51 Roll Calls Fruitless -
Springfield, 111., Feb. 4.—Again yes
erday members of the lower house of
he Legislature failed to break the
Speakership deadlock, which has lasted
icarlv five weeks. Two more roll calls
n Speaker wore taken, running the
otai up to 51, and then the House re
essed. The advertised break in Dem
cratic "wets" failed to materialize.
Don't Get the 1 i No Imaginary
that this Live Store's Alwayß _Rgligl3le are quoted. The gar-
MARK DOWN SALE ment that was sls in
r:.T,:cr TO-MORROW MORNINH
Far from it. Here you X V-T i"IV/IVIVV/ ▼ Y IT M\J JLYI JLI VJ value "-and it's yours
find every garment in _ Tup XT A T VP An¥ V n ° W f ° r * lo ' 7s * And
the stock at a big and W JL, OIAK 1 1 Oil/ H ALF-YEARLY don>t forget there's
actual reduction from - plenty of everything,
its former low price. mm a m MAM AH WMk. ■ ■■ Whatever you may need
Here you find a stock II 11 ■ ■ 111 AH I— to wear for this winter
which has no equal in KS If MK II 11 bHb I IB or next, you can buy
size or variety, in Har- IYl'|| |« |0 W I w IB''HI here now at a big and
risburg, and every gar- _ KNOWN saving of real
rOF OUR ENTIRE STOCK
There is but one DOUTRICHS MARK DOWN SALE, and that
is at DOUTRICHS. Imitators may appropriate its name—they may even try to
copy our methods, but there is one thing they can never copy, and that is the wide variety of styles, the
unapproachable quality which is ever a feature of DOUTRICH merchandise.
ANYONE, WITH A BLUE PENCIL AND AN IM
AGINATION CAN WRITE LOW PRICE TAGS, but to take such.
clothes as ours fresh from such makers as
THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER
To Take Clothes Such as these, incontestably first in fabrics, finish
and fit, and reduce them to about the cost of making as we have done, is an achieve
-ment of which only DOUTRICHS is capable.
And now we invite the people of Harrisburg and vicinity to share in the greatest
Mid-Winter Clearance event ever staged in this community.
Prices on our entire stock except Arrow Brand Collars are cut to the bone.
Sale Starts To-morrow, February 6th, and Ends Saturday, February 20th.
§ Every sl2 Every sls Every S2O; Every $25 Every S3O
SUIT SUIT SUIT SUIT SUIT
and and and and and
OVERCOAT OVERCOAT OVERCOAT OVERCOAT OVERCOAT
$8.75 s|#.7s $14.75 $18.75 $21.75
IWE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER II
SHIRTS NECKWEAR ~] I
Take advantage of this final clearance of Shirts All our hieh-erade The P eo P le of Harrisburg and vicinity have learned to think of Doutrichs I
popular shirts will be sold at the mark down prices. when thinking, of new neckwear. All reduced. ■
59c Neckwear 39c SI.M Neckwear, 79c I
All $1.50 Shirts, $1.19 All $3.00 Shirts, .. $2.29 25C NeCKWear, 19C ' ' 5
BOYS' CLOTHING MEN'S TROUSERS I
All the new models in the most popular fabrics and patterns Good Here you can choose from the largest stock of work and dress Trousers I
values at our regular prices. in Harrisburg. Worsteds, Serges, Cassimeres, etc. H
All $3.50 Suits and Overcoats, $2.69 All $6.50 Suits and Overcoats, $4.95 All $1.50 Trousers $1.19 $4.00 Trousers $2.90 j|
' All <59 AA Tvnnuorfl RQ All SO.U(J ITOUSerS, jSo.oU H
All $5.00 Suits and Overcoats, $3.69 All $7.50 Suits and Overcoats, $5.75 1' All $6.50 Trousers $4.95 M
■ Aln ™ «« All $2.50 Trousers $1.89 ! ■
AU S B - 50 Suits Overcoats, $6.25 A U Trousers $2.29 H
Goods can be exchanged I A " sl ° 3 " its Overeats, $7.7g All $3.50 Trousers, . $2.69 OA/I' I
or money refunded during ,■« _ , _ Allhl H
or alter the sale if for H
unsatisfactory. " |lUllllMWiHl Market Street I
Always liable ISP" "j Harrisburg, Pa. I
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HARRISBfTTftf STAB-INDEPENDENT. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5, 1915