1907 November 14 Hbg Telegram

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1907 November 14 Hbg Telegram - exceptionally many kind An in work, occur - -...
exceptionally many kind An in work, occur - - book. It tells the story of sunshine, love and troubles In a young girl's life before her marriage to the man she loves. A strong cast headed by the youthful and talented Beatrice Noyes has been selected for this season. The selection of Miss Noyes was a mighty fortunate one, and shows the keen foresight of her manager, Frank Burt, who is giving the play a most sumptuous sumptuous mounting. Til K HATTI KSHIP OF 11107. Tnllf rtf tnvn with hia Vi m - i Harhn t a since the world began there has never been anything to compare with the power concentrated in the first - class battleships participating In the great naval attack to be seen at Lyman H. Howe's exhibition in the Lyceum Monday, Monday, November IS, evening only. What Impresses everyone is the consclous - of the forces of destruction hidden in the recesses of these floating fortresses forces that appall the imagination. A touch, a dick, a spark and with crash of thunder, the death - dealing torpedoes rush from their muzzles tc. deal their blows of carnage. Straight and silent they are shown speeding through the water on their awful errands of destruction. destruction. Later on the quick - firing guns are shown letting loose a hail - storm of lead and steel - a discharge of shot and shell, not to he counted by tens or scores, but by hundreds and thousands a storm no living thing can stand. CAT DETECTIVE REVEALS CRIME A cat, unconsciously acting the role of detective, has brought to light one of the most dramatic crimes of recent years. The story is graphically told by Baron Pai'.e Ro - senkrantz in his new masterpiece, "The Man in the Basement,' for which this paper has acquired the first publication rights and wi'l publish publish serially, beginning November 18, prior to the novel's appearance in book form. Telegraph Bureau, OppogiU Court House, Office 8. R. Hump.) FIND B 1M WHILE DRIVING THROUGH WALNUT WALNUT BOTTOM Was Later Identified as That of Harry Howard, Who is Said to Have Died of Exposure Carlisle, Nov. 14. While driving along Walnut Bottom yesterday in his wagon, James Xoaker, of Penn township, found the dead body of a man lying in the public road, near Centrevilie. The body was identified identified as that of Harry Howard, who for some time had been an employe of the construction gang of the Philadelphia Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company. Company. He was about 50 years of age. He was drinking to excess, it is thought, and while in an intoxicated condition he wandered down the road and died of exposure and heart trouble. The coroner will investigate. investigate. DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITAL Jacob Hippensteel, of this place, who underwent an operation at Todd Hospital, has been discharged from that institution. PROPERTY MUST GO In order to settle the estate of the late Christian Humrich, the old Pennsylvania House and some other properties must be sold. An offer of $20,500 has been made for the hotel. XOW IX William guest of zjP. from a York and haver and shoats ants were Monday monev Polish attending Conference Petersburg. is being rectory. Rathvon left for several prl0e.H. town day. Mrs. Boyd, at Klopp, Richland, Gilbert yesterday. seventeen left Leesburg, they will they will They will Flowers, Morris and of tho being from Fisherville, and Charles Sundav Edward J. burg, spent of Peter employed week at near Mr. Mumma was Bowman. attended the buried John A. Monday. ville, was Lehr, of

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 14 Nov 1907, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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