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NEWS OF STEELTON
Fourth Anniversary of
ORATION BY THE
REV. B. L, C. BAER
Orator Compliments Members for Not
Allowing Booze in Fire House After
Eulogizing George Washington
Whose Birth Was Celebrated
An energetic committee of the Cjti
fpns' Fire Compauy, of HLghspire,
spared no pains to make the fourth an
niversary afrd banquet of the company
the leading social event of the season.
The affair was held in the parlor of the
lire house and the prog, am was varied
with adklresses by prominent members,
interspersed with music by the High
John S. Weaver, a eharter member
of the compauy, acted as master of
ceremonies and the first speaker intro
duced was the Rev. B. L C. Baer, pas
tor of the Hi£hspire Church of God,
and a member of the company. The
speaker delivered a brilliant oration'oil
Washington, in whose honor many cele
brations were held throughout the coun
try last evening.
He gave a lucid description of Wash
ington, as a boy, a man, a sol'Jier, a
President and compared the lasting
success of the Father of his Country
with the barren success scored by the
more brilliant Napoleon. The speaker
closed by complimenting the members
with not allowing intoxicating bever
ages inside the engine house at any
time since its organization.
A historical sketch of the company
was given by John F. Weaver, He told
Ik»w twenty-seven men of the town
met on December 20, 190 ft, and on the
following Monday the company elected
its tirst officers. These men were:
President, C. C. Cumbler; vice presi
dent, R. W. Lerch; secretary, W. J.
Morgan and treasurer, M. V. Cover.
Mr. Weaver told of the facts that
lat up to the purchase of the chemical
engine. He said this was brought
about by the knowledge that the bor
ough la ked a high pressure of water,
and that a chemical engine was pur
chased the latter part of 1910. A sig
nal system was installed on June 2,
1912, and on October 14, 1913, a con
tract was closed for an auto truck. In
December. 1914. a hook and ladder was
constructed and housed with the chem
ical engine. All this wouM not have
come to pass, Mr. Weaver said, had it
not been for the willingness of the bor
ough citizens to aid the firemen in all
they tried to do.
In concluding his historical sketch of
the company, Mr. Weaver paid a glow
ing tribute to the laddies of Highspire,
who so ably assisted the members of the
company in holding the annual fair in
Xovember of each year and to this
noble assistance he ascribed much of
the financial success of the company
during the four years of its ex
Harry Ulrieh, president of the coun
cil, in a short address, spoke of the
efficiency of the local fire department,
and he was followed in his remarks by
Homer Etter, president of the company,
who in a neat speech thanked the
Highspire band for its generosity in as
sisting the fire company by furnishing
splendid mu&k-al programs at each re
curring anniversary. He also thanked
the borough council, for the company,
for its co operation in all the attempts
made so far for the betterment oif the
fire service of that town.
Band Master Shelley, who took
charge of the Highspire band, as direc
tor. January 16. 1915, was at his best
last evening and carried his musicians
with him in the various moods of the
pieces whiuh were rendered with snap
and vigor scoring a big hit with the au
dience which vociferously ajpplauded at
the end of each or march. The
band itself was well balanced, the
strong reed section splendidly har
monizing with the finely played brass
section and the following varied mu
sical program was rendered: "George
Washington, Jr. Selection," George M.
Cohan: march, "Glorious Flag."
George Rosenkrans; "Tipperary," H.
Williamson; "Grand American Fau
bas," Theodore Bendix; '"Eighteenth
Regiment March," Panatella; "Melo
dies From Faust," C. W. Dalbey;
'' Ra.joh March," Althouse; "Blue and
Gray Patrol," C. W. Dalbey; "9u
perba Grand Medley," C. W. Dalbey;
'' When You Wore a Tulip and I wore a
Big Rel Rose," Percy Wenrieh;
At the conclusion of the program, a
A Full Feature Show at the
Standard Theatre To-night
Runaway June. Second episode.
How Cissy Made Good. Broadway star
feature in three reels, featuring the i
entire stock company and all the
Lutie and False Alarm.
Orpheum Theatre To-night
The Line-up at Police Headquarters In
troducing New York's Most Famous
Detectives and Police Commissioner
George S. Dougherty. A six-reel
His New Job. Sterling-Universal.
The Widow's Last. A masterly blend
ing of tears and laughter. Universal.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
PROPERTY 501 Bessemer St.. Steelton,
consisting of corner lot 68x100 feet,
with 1-story 3-room house thereon; ex
cellent garden. Inquire 404 N. Third
REAL ESTATE FOB RENT.
FOR RENT—Houses with all tnmprove
inents, on S. Fourth St.. Steelton. No.
Sit. 112.00; No. 332, S11.00; Nos. 353 and
355, $9.00 pqr month. Apply 31$ a
Fourth St. Steelton.
sauerkraut supper was served from
kTOut made by Elmer Kline, chairman
of the committee of entertainment. He
was a4»lv assisted by the following
members' of the company: Samuel
Haehnlen, Uriah Brown, John S. Weav
er, William Smith, Warren Leonard,
Kichard Etter, Joseph Leedy, Herbert
Robinson, Charles Gadlagher, Robert
Sanson, Frank Jamison and Claude
Chief Burgess Aaron D. Klugh and
the following members of the borough
council, were guests of the company:
Harry Ulrich. president; S. A. Book,
secretary; l'ostiiwititer K. P. Mathias;
treasurer, C. B. Shelley; Charles E.
Leidig, George A. Hoover and R. L.
Plates were set for the following
members, guests and the company's
two mascots, Masters George and Ed
Homer Better, Ivan Meffert. William
Whittle, Clifford Erisman, John Whit
tle, Martin Barues, Frank Jamison,
Wilson Cobaugh, Robert Brashears,
Eugene Orris, Roy Borcholtzer, Walter
Alleman, Merle Bouholtzer, Charles
Cover, Harry Ulfich, Rov Bonholtzer,
Lloyd Bienhour, Lerov rfahn. William
Leonard, Charles Householder. Paul
Dintaman, Charles McAllister, Clarence
Shaffner. Roland Mathias, Frank Miller,
C. B. Shelley, Claude Hoover, Jacob
Mathias, Charles Woomer, Ralph B.vers,
Charles Brasheare. Harry Siwitzer, Her
bert Robinson, Donald Mamma, George
lifter, Edgar Etter. Miles B. Kelley,
Herbert Green, Reuben Lereh, William
J. Kline, Harry Fink, Jacob Stutzman,
Joseph Cover, Frank Brown, Elmer
Duncan AUen Miller, Abner Huff, Har
ENTERTAINED YOUNG FOLKS
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Noonan Were
Hosts to Young Folks
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Xoonan enter
tained from 4 to 7 o'clock yesterday
afternoon at their home. 253 North
Front street, in honor of the sixth
birthday anniversary of their grand
daughter, Anna Mary 0 Donnell. The
decorations were of red, white and
blue, with mementoes of Washington
and a large cake with six candles
graced the table. The entertainment
ccrsisted of selections on the piano and
Mr. and Mrs. Xoonan were assisted
by Mrs. Kate Lynch, Miss Mary
Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Noonan,
Miss Mary Morrisev and Charles
Lynch. The following young folks
Marie Fisher, Mary Reagan, Nora
Guddv, Marj E. Lawler, Marcella Mor
ris, Helen Morris, Catherine Dempsey,
Helen Green, Margaret Callaghan, Ag
nes Weidman, Mary Gaffney, Margaret
Gaffney, Sarah Louise Gerdes, Helen
Klennesy, Elizabeth Wieger, Pauline
Weiger, Mary Sullivan. Anna Sullivan,
Charles Good, Andrew Morris, Edward
Dempsey, Joseph Gerdes, William Kelle
her, Joseph Mannix and James O 'Don
MALTAS ELECT OFFICERS
Harry Eisner Is New Sir Knight Com
Baldwin Cominanderv, Xo. 108,
Knights of Malta, elected the following
officers at its meeting held last even
Sir knight commander, Harry Eisner;
generalissimo, W. S. Hughes; captain
general, M. B. Caton; prelate, R. R.
Shaffner; recor.ler, R. B. Proud; as
' sistant recorder, E. W. Suyd&m; treas
urer, J. A. Finilev; senior warden, E.
M. Roland; trustee, C. H. Beidel; ju
nior warden, Archie Thompson; stand
ard bearer, J. W. Briokcr; sword bear
er, H. E. Herman; warden, R. R. Black;
sentinel, E. M. Boyd; first guard, R. W.
E. Light; second guard, Charles W.
Troup; representative to Granki' Com
mandery, J. A. Finley; keeper of para
phanelia, Joseph Williamson. With
Deputy Grand Commander C. W. Spang
ler, of Hwrrisburg, in charge of the
ceremonies the officers will be installed
next Monday night.
FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE
Thirty-one Head of Cattle Killed Near
The foot and mouth disease has
gained a foobhold in this section of
Dauphin county, two tarms being quar
antined within one week where the
dread disease has been discovered. D.
M. Thornton, residing on the Cameron
farm, north of the borough, had 32
head of cattle and 8 pigs killed and
buried yesterday, <jnd announcement
was made to-day that almost a like
number" of cattle would be killed for
Harvey 'Wolf, near Highspire, either
to day or to-morrow. Several ot>her
cases in the township are under sur
veillance for traces of this disease.
The paving of Swatara street, from
Second street to Sixth street, is being
strongly agitated by .prominent resi
dents and property owners of that sec
tion of the 'borough and it is likely an
ordinance for this improvement will be
introduced at the next meeting of Coun
H. C. Wright has started excavations
for the erection of a double semi-bunga
low dwelling on Spruce street, near
The Highspire Rod and Gun Club
will meet Thursday night in the Hoff
man house at Harrisburg.
Or. 'Pannie R. Stees, of the Woman
j hospital, Philadelphia, is assisting Dr.
; Hunt in some operations at the Harris
, burg hospital.
j DEATH OF MRS. ELLA ATKINSON
Mrs. EJla Atkinson, formerly a resi
i dent of the borough and wife <A Mc
| Atkinson, died in Neiw Bloom
| field yesterday morning. The body will
ibe brought to the borough Thursday
| for burial.
The Line-up at Police Headquarters
Some remarkable scenes which will
feature the presentation of this great
play at the Orpheum Theatre this even
ing: The battle royal on a Curtiss fly
ing boat going at 60 miles an hour;"
"Dougherty's fight for his life with
bare hands;" "The dive from an ocean
greyhouud and fight in the water;"
"The raid in Chinatown, and leap from
the roof of a skyscraper," and many
Miss Marie Wiseman, the visiting
nurse employed by the Steelton Civie
Cluto, will be in her offices from 8 a. m.
to 9 a. m., from 12.30 p. m. to 1.30
IT PAYS TO USE STAB
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HARRISBURO STAR-INDEPENDENT, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 1915.
When Cross, Feverish
and Sick Give "Cali
fornia Syrup of
Children love this "fruit laxative,"
and nothing else cleanses the tender
stomach, liver and bowels so nieely.
A child simply will not step playing
to empty the bowels, and the result is,
they become tightly clogged with waste,
liver gets sluggish, stomach sours, then
your little one becomes cross, half-sick,
feverish, don't eat, sleep or net nat
urally, breath is bad, system full of
cold, lias sore throat, stomach-ache or
diarrhoea. Listen, Mother! See if
tongue is coated, then give a teaspoon
ful of "California Syrup of Figs," and
iu a few hours all the constipated waste,
sour bile and undigested food passes'out
of the system, and you have a well,
playful child again.
,Millions of mothers give "California
Syrup of Figs" because it is perfectly
harmless; children love it, and it never
fails to act on the stomach, liver nnd
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot
tle of "California Syrup of Figs," which
has full directions for babies, children
of all ages and for grown-ups plainly
printed on the bottle. Beware of coun
terfeits sold here. Get the genuine,
made by "California Fig Syrup Com
pany." Refuse any other kind with
Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Karstetter,
304 Christian street, announce the birth
of a son, John Walter Karstetter. Mrs.
Karstetter was formerly Mis- Kather
ine Hains, of Millerstowii, Pa.
Joseph Zacka, South Front street, has
returned from a short visit to relatives
at Pottsville and Tamaqua.
Mrs. David P. Baker, South Second
street, is entertaining the following rel
atives: Her grandmather, Mrs. F. Kades,
Reading, and her sister, Miss Sarah
Ward Thomas and George Burns,
'Hummelstown. were Sunday evening
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.
A. Book, Market- street, Highspire.
Mr. and iMrs. J. C. Dort have return
ed from Honolulu after a stay of three
years and are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis White, Locust street.
Charles P. Turner, chief engineer for
the Pennsylvania Steel Company, and
C.-H. Band, of New York, president of
the Spanish-.American Iron Company,
have gone to Pelton, Cuba, to visit the
subsidiary plan't of the local concern.
Address by B. M. Nead To-night
B. M. Xead's address to the Men's
League of the Presbyterian church
! this evening on the subject, "ft Bor
derland Home in Wartime," will con
sist of a recital of the speaker's expe
rience while a resident of Chambers
burg when tTiat town was burned and
sacked by the Confederates in 1863.
The meeting this evening is one of a
series of meetings at which some good
speaker will entertain with an interest
How Cissy Made Good
This great three-reel special which
will feature the program at the Stand
ard Theatre to-night will show how
Cissy Fitzgerald, assisted by the all
stars and the entire stock company of
the Vitagraph organization, made good
by running the gauntlet of their pranks
and her manv startling experiences.—
Knitting is a ScotcJi invention of the
fifteenth century. Soon after its in
vention a guild of stocking knitters was
formed, with St. Fiacre as its patron
saint. Hand knitting was supplement
ed by ma-hinery as early as 1559,
when William Lee invented the knit
I have made a spe
t?ial study of Dr. Ehr
lich's great discoveries,
salvarsan and Yieosal
varsan. I administer
either safely and prop
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to have an experienced
specialist treat you.
Hundreds of treat
ments given without
any bad effects,.'' Men's
SiseaFes and weakness,
catarrh, kidney, biad
ier and skin diseases.
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We use in our examinations the I
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DRINK HOT TEA |
FOR A BAD COLD |
Get a small package ef Hamburg
Breast Tea, or as the German folks
call it, "Hamburger Brust Thee," at any
pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful of the
tea, pat a cup of boiling water upon
it, pour through a slave and drink a
teacup full atiany time. It is the.most
effective way to break a cold and cure
grip, as it opens the pores, relieving
congestion. Also loosens the bowels,
thus breaking a cold at once.
It is inexpensive and entirely vege
table, therefore harmless. —Adv.
Philadelphia Division —l2l crew to
go first after 3.30 p. m.: 123, 107,
128, 114, 108, 116, 101, 126, 105,
127, 126, 115, 118," 110, 1-29.
Engineers for 122, 129.
Firemen for 107, 108, 122, 133.
Conductors for 110, 114, 115, 116,
122, 124, 126.
Flagmen for 106, 110. 116, 118,
Brakemen for 107 (2), 108, 118,
Engineers up: Supplce, Young, Snow,
Long, Foster, McGuire, Kennedy,
Streeper, Sipeas, Bissiroger, Smeltzer,
Wolfe. Layman, Everetts, Earhart,
Gratis, Hcnnecke, First, Hitbler, Sober,
Firemen up: Rhoads, Balsbaugh,
Whichello, Bleich, Dundevy, Penwell,
Harmer, Mulholen, Cover, Copeland,
Barton, Martin, Packer, Shaffer, Spring,
Conductors up: Ford, Ropp, Fesler.
Plagniau up: First.
Brakemen up: Moore, Gouse, Oox,
Albright, Malseed, Miland, Brown,
Hivner, Coleman, Crosby, Desch, Koeh
euouer, Mumma, Pague.
Middle Division—S crew to go first
after 1.45 p. m.: 1, 17, 2i2, 21, 16, 19,
15, 23, 18, 20, 26, 117, 24.
Engineers for 17, 18.
Flagman for 23.
Brakemen for 8, 22, 15, 117.
Engineers up: Garmau, Mumma,
Kttgler, Kniselv, Moore, Free, Hertzler,
Wissler, Havens, Smith.
Firemen up: Arnold, Roes, Wright,
Fletcher, Zeiders, Kuntz, Seagrist,
Liebau, Fritz, Sheesley.
Conductors up: Huber, Keys, Gant,
Flagman up: Miller.
Brakemen up: Plack, Mci Henry, Hen
derson, Frank, Mathias, Bell, Wenrick,
Louver, Roller, Myers, Fritz, Kohli,
Kane, Kipp, Kerwin, Peters, Kieffer,
Kil-gor, Baker. I'ipp, Fleck, Sohoffstall,
Bickirt, Put, Heck, Spahr, Stahl, Reese.
Philadelphia Division —204 crew to
go first after 3.45 p. m.: 205, 210,
236, 202, 248, 218, 235, 240.
Engineer for 236.
Firemen for 204, 235.
Conductors for 205, 215.
Flagman for 205.
Conductors up: Dewees, Kugle, Gun
die, Stauffer, Miller.
Flagmen up: Corrigan, Harris.
Brakemen .up: Vandling, Knight,
Werts, Deets, McPhearson, Waltman,
Twigg, Felker, Goudv, Mnnima, Shuler,
Musser, Shaft'ner, Kimes, Taylor, Lutz,
Middle Division— lo3 crew to go
after 1.45 p. in.: 105, 101, 108, 119,
116, 106, 102, 111, 104; 112, 110,
113. 118, 114, 120.
Engineer for 105.
Flagman for 108.
Brakemen for 110, 113.
Yard Crews —Engineers up: Hoyler,
Beck, Harter, Biever, Blosser, Brene
man, Thomas, Rudy, Houser, Meals,
Ktabl, Swab, Crist, Saltsoiian, Snyder,
Pelton, Shaver, Landis.
Firemen up: Shipley, Crow, Revie,
Ulsh, Bostdorf, Sehieffer, Ranch,
Lackey, Cookerly, Maeyer, Sholter,
Snell, Bartolet, Getty, Barkey, Sheets,
Bair, Eyde, Myers, Boyle.
Engineers for 2260, 322, 1816,
Firemen for 2260, 1816, 1820.
P.. H. and P. —After 4 p. m.: 1, lY
20, 18, 4, 24, 19, 5, 23, 16, 7, 8, 6.
Eastbound —After 3.15 p ; m.—57
71, 64, 53.
Conductors up: German, Hilton, Or
ris, Gingher, Philabaum.
Enginers up: Sassaman, Woland,
Middaugh, Richwine, Martz, Wyre,
i rem an, Tipton. Morne, Morrison,
Crawford, Glass, Massimore, Barnhart,
Fetrow, Wood, Kettner, 8 wee ley, Pletz.
firemen up: Beecher, Bingaman,
An.' ach, Rumbaugh, Longenecker,
('hronister, Sullivan, Nye, Fulton,
Brakemen up: 'Fleagle, Greager, Ely,
Hoover, .Mumma, iMaurer, Miller, Shear
er, Duncan, Ware, Kohl, Miles, Shader,
Epley, Lauks, Slentz, Winkle, Grimes,
. PHOTOPLAY TO-DAY'
Great Vitagraph Comedy, "Breaking
In," Featuring LilUan Walker
Jones, a sei!f-matl!e millionaire, and
his family are typical Westerners, anil
after purchasing a grand home on Fifth
avenue, invitations are sent out to
various society people, among whom
arc a clique known as "The Big Six,"
all Wall street financiers. The so
called aristocrats emphatically snub
the' Joneses, resulting in their recep
tion being a failure. Jones Auds his
daughter robbing bitterly, af!d, swear
ing to get »veu, plunged into the Wall
street game himself and beats the
financiers to a stand-still and- eventu
ally has everyone of,th e "Big Six" in
his power. A girl detective series with
Ruth Roland, "The Disappearance of
Harry Warrington," two reel Kalem.—
In a Quandary
'' It —er —seems,'' said 'he, regarding
the unfortunate with scientific interest,
"that the atta-cks of fever and chills
appear on alternate days. Do you
think—is it your opinion—that they
have, so to apeak, decreased in vio
lence, if I may use that wordl"
The patient smiled feebly. "Doc,"
said he, "on fever days my head's so
hot I can't fchin'k, and on ague days I
shake so I can't hold an opinion.—
New York Glebe.
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BIBLES GIVEN QUI
Men of Derry Street U.
B. Church Enjoy
Turkey. Music and
500 TO BE AIM
Principal Address of Evening Given by
Dr. G. D. Gossard, College President,
Who Tells of Christian Responsi
As a result of the annual banquet
of tth« Men's Bible Class of Derry
Street United Brethren church, Fif
teenth and Derry streets, last night
Bilbles will be placed in the hands of
every member of the organization, for
use in the Sunid&y school sessions.
It is the aim of Sabbath school lead
ers throughout the city and State to,
dispense with flie lesson quarterlies now
used in all adult elapses and to provide
Biblee for the grownups. At t'he ban
quet last night, Morocco-bound hip
pocket Bibles were presented to iwh
member of the class, who has attended
ten sessions of the school, as favors of
The light was mixed* with the serious
in a delightful way at the big feed.
From soup to the good night song it
was an evening of hilarity, livery
body wore a dunce hat and that made
the men act like a crowd otf college
boys from the go-off. And then, too,
who wouldn't be hilarious with roast
stuffed turkey, cranberry sauce and - all
the other fixfti's standing in glorious
array everywhere around aibout \ojl
O." K. Kines Presides
O. K. Kines, auditor of the Cumber
land Valley Telephone Company, who is
president of the big Derry Street class,
sat at the head of the speaker's table.
The affair was opened with the singing
of the class song, followed by the in
vocation by H. L. Carl, one of the class
teachers. O. P. Beckley, another of the
class teachers, was toasbmaster,
'Following the invocation the ban
queters settled down to tine serious
tide of the evening and filled the inner
man with the good things that the
caterer had provided. Then came the
fun and fro)ie.
Dr. G. D. Gossard, president of Leb
anon Valley College, was the principal
speaker. Dr. Gossard spent five minutes
telling a lot of neigro folk lore, yarns
that nobody but a chap from the heart
of Maryland ever could relate —Dr.
Gossard at one time was a preacher in
Baltimore —and then he threw a lot ot
hot shot into the crowd that set every
body to thinking of their responsibil
ities as Bible class members. Dr. Gos
sard pointed out that it is not the
namby-pamby, wishy-wasbv, spineless
criturs who make real Christian men,
but those of courage, strength and con
Pastor Gives Toast
Five minute toasts were given by the
Rev. Dr. J. A. Lyter, pastor of the
church; H. L. Carl, J. E. Gipple, super
intendent of the Derry Street Sunday
school, and by O. K. Kines. D. P. Jer
auld, of the Baptist Men's class, gave
a short talk, bringing the greetings of
bis organization. J. E. Sweeting, if
Rochester, N. Y., brought greetings
from a class of a thousand men in that
Solos wer<? sung by Fred F, Lutz and
Sherman A. Allen. Readings were given
by William A. Kitchen. Another mimical
feature was a piano improvocation by
Prof. E. J. Decevee, head of the Har
risburg Conservatory of Music.
One of the fun making stunts was
given by "Ebbie" Little and Ray
" Piggie " Snow, two Technical High
school lads. "Piggy" drew caricatures
of prominent members of the class
while "Ebbie" cracked a lot of Yid
dish jokes. It was a scream, with the
fat men getting dangerously near the
button breaking point.
But underneath the fun and hilarity
of the evening there ran a sitrain of
the spiritual that had it« climax just at
the good night hour, when each mem
ber of the ohias was presented with the
Want 500 by April
One of the keynotes of the evening
sounded by the various speakers was
the boosting of the membership to 500
before April 1. The membership is
now well over 300, and the Derry
Street church boasts of the largest
Men's class hi the city.
The music during the banquet was
furnished by the class orchestra of
twelve pieces under the direction of
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Eerie K. Renn, attorney in the lluss
building, the leader. A song sheet
helped stir up noise.
Ae the speakers' table sat O. Iv.
Kines, Dr. J. A. Lyter, Dr. G. D. Gos
sard, J. Et Gipple, C. L. Sheipley, O. G.
Brennama.n, John K. Henrv. llarry F.
Hayes, ,1. E. Dare, chairman of t'
social committee, which dressed in
white coats and hats, served the tables,
had general charge of the room, pre
siding back of the speakers' table.
* The List of Diners
| The banquet committee included: O.
G. Brennaman, chairman; T. P. Kines.
«!. Frank Barley, Jr., John R. Henry,
C. R. Gilbert, C. S. Spa 11 frier, C. L.
Shepley, J. K. Dare, H. F. Haves, W. G.
Starry and W. M. Runkle. ,
At the tables were J. A. Fox, D. A.
Sherk, Clinton Hand, T. P. Kines, J.
A. Cunningham, C. M. Nissley, Harry
Arnold. F. S. Ulrich, Arthur M. Run
kle, J. Boyd Crouse, William H. Wolf,
John A. Clark, Martin W. Sarver,
Jonathan Black, David Molin, Dr. W. E.
J. Bomlberger. R. J. Bowman, J. H.
Lowery, Robert Hartzcll. A. S. Bat
doff, W. T. Fitzpatrick, Andrew Wal
burn, D. M. Shearer, David B. Mark,
R. W. Fry, H. F. Shoemaker, A. T.
Baker, W. R. Manley, Charles L
Menehey, A. A. Miller, D. J. Nye, D.
L. Sherk, E. E. Ensminger, George
R'odfong, D. F. Saul, S. B. Beidleman.
G. M. Stauffer, W. E. Winks, John F.
Little, 8. E. Stauffer, Sam Kocn, D. P.
Miller, E, D. Strickler, W. H. Winters,
H. D. Myers, I). E. Potteicher, C. R.
Hollingsworth, Lewis Bangert, Myron
Hawk, W. C. Pottichcr, George E.
Moore, J. O. Hughes, C. P. Benson, H.
Oberman, B. F. Manley, N. A. Walmer,
IL. H. Zimmerman, Wallis Crall, J. C.
Monn, H. R. Stamm, C. D. Behney,
I George Edmonson.
E. NeiitWiinger, B. C. Albright, Loo
W. Heaips, R. E. Wagner, J. J. Le
! matly, D. C. Rupp, C. T. Fink, Dorie
Moore, R. Tetter, A. R. Kennedy, Ed
ward Smith, W. J. Kistler, S. W.
Mverr, G. R. Gilbert, D. C. Hawlev,
'Melvin R. Dare, A. Zimmerman, Har
ry Marks, J. W. Eckels, J. F. Barley,
Jr., A'brarn Simmers, Leo L. Kepner,
! Samuel Hoffman, R. I. Olouser, W. G.
Starry, E. F. Weaver, D. Beidleman,
R. J. Clouser, D. F. Carl, William C.
Por, D. P. Fox, W. C. James, S. H.
Albright, D. M. Brooks, C. G. Snyder,
J. E. Hoover, R. F. Stauffer, F. E.
Stauffer, Haves Green.
J. Mcrvin Little, Henry Bressler,
Harry Manley, Edward Bangert, L. 11.
Campbell, A. R. Lehman, A. H. Shader,
Clyde Brandt, D. F. Bouder, R. R.
Strawhecker, J. N. Harclerode, R. M.
Filbert, Daniel Little, J. R. Henry,
Charles S. Spangler, James M. Brown,
A. T. Sides, J. K. Stephens, L. R.
Hibshman, E. B. Miller, F. C. Mac Do
nald, C. \V. Thompson, George T. Tyson,
Hikes Knell, H. A. Bodmer, Arthur
Smeltzer, D. G. Pentz, T. C. Sornberg
er, Oscar C. Rupp, Roy Mathias, W. H.
Slrke, Ralph Manley, C. R. Wolfe, J.
B. Knouff, D. M. Bream, W. F. Bo 111-
gardner, H. Runkle, William Winemil
ler, Uriah Wenrich, John H. Shaffer,
George W. Clark, M. H. Gottschall, B.
H. Wagner, Elmer E. Bitner, iH'arry
W. Rebe, C. E. Conrad, E. R. Miller,
W. F. Btrou>p, T. B. Lyter, A. W. Bush
man, R. Y. Heikes, Harry Hayes, W.
A. Fenical, George Stotz, A. H. Ranch,
'Martin Corsnitz, Charles E. Stotz,
Frank W. Glass, L G. Monn, O. G.
Brenneman, William E. Rohler, Ed.
Sterling, John E. Dare, Earle E. Renn,
Charles H. Osman, E. Eichel'berger, W.
L. Runkle, C. E. Hollingsworth, J. K.
Martz, Irvin Bingamau, J. E. Shultz,
W. B. Sonders, Roy Barley, Simon E.
Bay Snow, Ebbie Little, J. X. My
ers, J. H. Dare, J. T. Smith, \V. W.
Stiteler, R. D. Stiteler, J. Frank Bar
ley, Olive F. Rundlett, S. S. Fackler, J.
C. Peet, B. W. Miller, S. S. Herbert,
C. P. Zimmerman, R. F. Webster, J. D.
Kocker, Steelton; Dr. Edwin D. Keen,
Luther Mintei, A. S. Murray, J. E.
Sweeting, Rochester, N. Y.; Norman
Kines, Duncannon; -Jacob Kines, Dun
eannon; H. A. Sherk, Paul Grimm,
George O. 'Whitnex, E. B. Henry, Park
Beckloy, W. B. Hess, D. P. Jerauld,
G. E. Runkle, Harrv E. Speas, A. W.
Runs, G. H. Gilbert, S. P. Eby, D. A.
Teats, C. J. IHamman, J. K. Robinson,
H. W. Shearer, H. D. Brubaker, Camer
on L. Baer, D. A. Ryan, H. M. Potter,
C. Cooper, iH. J. Wilßon. George E. Gil
bert, Charles iPeiffer, George W. Bod
fong, Elmer Sowers, Bobert B. Hutton,
G. D. Gossard, D. D.; F. J. Wallis,
George FitTipatrick, Boland B. Renn, A.
E. Brougih, E. W. Spangler, C. A. Carl,
F.' T.» Lutz," S. A. Allen, W. jC. Kitchen,
A C. Henry, C. B. Sarvis, Prank Ba
Kann, P. N. Parthemore, J. M. Shover"
George F. McNeill, J. W. Jenkins.,
RESCUE WORKERS 1 SERVICES
Meetings Will Open Sunday at Market
The American Besoue Mission Work
ers will open meetings in the iMarket
house hall on V.erbeke street next Sun
day night, Allowing repaifs in the
hall. During t'his month and next meet
ings will be held every week night ex
cept Monday. Adjutant l<ew Smith and
wife will be in charge, assisted by other
KEEP DOLLARS AT HOME
Harvey A. Long, of the Harriaburg
Poster and Advertising Company, is
using a filler on the billboardu about
the city, containing the following:
. "Dollars spent in Harrisburg remain
here and work for us. Dollars sent out
of the city are gone forever. Money
talks boost for our home town."
"FATHER AND THE BOYS"
Miss Lamson Will Close Y. M. C. A.
Star Course in Strong Play
The closing attraction in the Y. M.
C. A, Star Course will be Miss Lillian
Leighton Lamson, Friday evening of
this week, in Fahnestok Hall, at B.la
o'clock. Miss Lamson will present, for
.the first time in this city, that cele
brated New York success "Father ami
the Boys." This is the play that made
such a famous hit in all of the greut
cities, running for months in Boston,
New York and Chicago. As a charac
ter impersonator, Mis; Lamson ranks
with the best now before the public,
and this is said to be her greatest ef
fort. She is well known in this city,
where she has appeared with success on
former occasions. Fahnestoek Hail
should be fillei.i with those who are fond
of high class Lyceum entertainment.*,
because of the popularity of the artist.
Doors will open at 7.30 o'clock. Sin
gle admission tickets inny be purchased
| at the box office.—Adv. *
j SUPPORT OF GERMANY URGED
$75 Proceeds of Maennerchor Concert
to Go to War Sufferers
Edward Moeslein, at the benefit con
cert given last night by the Maenner
chor, made a brief speech in Which he
! said that the support of Americans
] should be given to the German cause.
| The proceeds of the concert, amounting
! to $75, will go toward the fund beiug
! raised in this city for the relief of
i Teuton war sufferers.
If Your HflJr ib Falling Out
we know of no better remedy than
A preparation which we gladly recom
mend to you. 50c. a bottle.
George A. Gorgas.
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your saving $155.00.
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$75 was S3OO
I S9B was $325 j
$175 was S4OO
$lB5 (like new)
$195 (like new)
Slightly Used Player-
Piano, ft as eooc
$550, NOW s£B9
in fine, condition,
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j Factory Representative
j LESTER PIANO
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