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S^ THE GETTYSBURG TIMES Published Daily Except Sunday Times and Kewa fublishiag Company ST. IAVERE HAFEB, PHILIP H. SIELE. Secretary and Treasurer. Medical Advertising PHILIP R. BIKLE,-Editor Long, thick, heavyhair. AVaat this kind? Ayer's Hair Vigor promotes growth. Does cot color the hair. Ask Your Doctor. i 2ATES Single copies to coc-subseribers, 2 cents. IF voa receive THE TIMES by mail you can £nd tae date up to ^2ich yosare ; | TiaiS os tfca pink address label en your paper. The date wzii he chaagea T*U*!»* f '*ea dsys after voar mosey is received at The Times Otne*. 1 August 15, 1504. at Gettysburg, Pa., as second-class matter, osaer! Congress" March 3, IS7S. f; BELL PHONE UNITED PHONE * i» Nortirwesi corzer of Centre Square, Gettysburg, PesasylT*t!» | "HSS ?A? ADV£KT!S!.'sG Bs THc IUERTA HOSTS PEAGE_SEEKER roister of Inferior Dismissed nd May be Arrested. ai ! HIS FOE BBIH6S THE ORDER JACOB GOULD SCHURMAN. President of Cornell, Who An- nounced $4.350,000 Gift MILLER DEFENDS PERSONAL NOTES WHIPPING POST AND BRIEF ITEMS ^= GENER/VL. OFFICES NEW YORK A.ND CHICAGO -di. One cent per trord each insertion. Two cents a. vrord if gEsr»=t«{f i: jsgs posirioa, Esscltiiions of re^peci, poetry and nseisonains »-»* ees ~-}; TO OU2 liSADERS columns are o~e« ''· ai: cancidates of sill prti«-s. EAGLE HOTEL- ity 40G Booms -with bath «a salt* \ Ham McCoEonry, Prep's. · Trintmeifs 5 and 10 cent Store. ' "While they last: Very special lot! i of Ladies'" collars. ' FJC2 PHODUCE COSrPJLNT | Highest Cain Prices Psid for all ; i Thtaer Times OScc, Gettysburg- j E- ZIEGLER Expert Electrical ivork. I Henairs and supplies. ! ' 12 Carlisle St. 1 Phone 94 Y. GHA3. S. MUMPER Proof Storage -"Warehouse for Furniture end Household Goods stored any length cf tbae. W. H- TIPTOK -- Piiorc Gstrytbtcrg: Sorrveair* LOUIS DAMMERS, Philadelphia Eyesight Specialist __ w' ! ~_ j | __- , ~ONE DAY ONLY Gettysburg Eagle Hotel Parlors Tuesday, Nov. 18th Special Office Hoars, 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. My Special Offer 1 Glasses, 1 This Visit Only. ; He Was Awakened at Dawn by For: eign Minister Moheno, Who Dictated J * His Resignation. J Mexico City, Mex., 2C° V - 17.--Garza , Aldape paid for his zeal as mteraae- ] diary between Huerta and Wilson, in j the earnest endeavor to avert liostili- j ties between Mexico and the United · 3ta«es. by his summary dismissal from · HHerta's cabinet, where he held the · portfolio of minister of the inzerior. I * To add humiliation and ignominy to · his fall from Huerta's good graces, f ' AWape's most bitter antagonist in the j ! cabinet, Foreign Minister 3Ioheno, was : delegated by Huerta to bear the bow-' ', string to Aldape. Moheao went to A'.dape's house -with \ authority from President Huerta to de' inand the instant resignation of Al- daae. Aldape, e'othed in pajamas, '· shrugged his shoulders, sac down at ! his library desk and wrote his renun- ' : ciation at Moheno's dictation. There is : a strong probability that Aldape will · be arrested on accusations of sedition. These charges, if made, will be , based oa the allegation max lie con| spired with O'Shaughaessy to co-oper- ; ate with the United States to force j Huerta out of omce. The disgrace o£ ! Atdape, who was almost, the cnly Con- : servative member ia Huerta's cabinet: '. remaining, and who stood aioae, save : for Finance Minister De La Lama, in I trying to dissuade Huerta from bailing i :he United States to the point of ia- ??; tervention, caused a profound feeling Boreraor Says State Will uiate Its Own Affairs, ·f the and about TOWP People Visiting Here and Those Sojournin^'Eteewhere. WILL IGNORE CRITlCiSm | Dr. J. McCrea Diekson, of Philadelphia, spent Sunday at the home of his ". parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Diekson on Delaware Executive Replies to Pro- West Middle street. I will nsake yoi: a fiat.- pair of irlassetf. including: D-imaiers" Eye Examination, clear crvsta! Lenses. aJ-2 Kc. Solid Gold Fili e( ; i-r.ime. case. and aa clegaci Iwi Wednesday, Nov. 19th, at 1 o'clock A Car load 01 hne West V 7 irginia general purpose horses. Sale will be held rain or shine at my stables in Abbottstown. All For 1. Tirrtr .lays" trial of triage? ai- ioneti. Others charge .1? hish ;i J to $o for these * aine glasses. Eye Examination By the Dipimers Sclcnt'fic ra^tho'l, withont drops, withoor asking qsiesiioiis ·nithoiib test cards or charts. Absolutely r"ree of. Charge. Don't fail to."tn.ke_r.-Iv.intaue of this rcniarjiabie oifer. Special Notice MontKIy visit to Gettysburg. OFFICES:- 238 Matoal life Bldg., 1011 Chestnut St., PhiL Pa. Cott on · of oessimisin among observers in ' ieo City, who bad hoped the influence i of Aidape would prevail. I "I shall not: quit," President Huerta ·· reiterated. "I shall continue to pat '· forth my best efforts to bring about . · the oaciiieation of the country and 1 ! thus fulfill the promise I made when. I I rook office." ! This came in reply to the suggestion ' c-: Sir Lionel Garden the British mln- · .ster, and other members of the diplo- : raatie corps, that he resign from, the ; -/residency. ! De La Lama's resignation is erpect- · ed shortly, which will leave Huerta ! surrounded, so far as his cabinet is j concerned, with intense Radicals, · ?.-jose counsel almost surely will militate against Huerta acceding in the i -Ughresc degree to-any demands which · Washington rcay make. The dismissal '· ff Aldape removes from the cabinet ' :he last man who was chosen as members of Huerta's official family tmder · -he guidance of Ambassador "Wilson in , :he embassy on. the night THuerta ex: ecuted his coup d'etat and imprisoned j TiiaSero. ! Two members of the original cabi- j net. who were followers of Felix Diaz. '· namely, Rocolfo Reyes and Jorg T~era j EsanoL v, ho also were members of the ^. i last chamber of deparies, are both, ian- "^"! galshing -n the penitentiary, accused i of conspiracy. | Thev fell into Hnerta's dragnet last month, '.vhen he threw troops into the ehs:nber. arrested the deputies and i dissolved congress. 1 Sir Lionel Garden. British minister j to Mea.Icc. has engendered a general j fr«nns or fear and unrest by issuing a i -..arning to ail the British residents in I ?:e::;co rent they would do well to Snort!;- r"er sending broadcast this -^csa^o v Bister Garden amplified it \li? a Fiai-^racnt that he urged cau- »?.. rarticaiarly in the case of Eng:-i p^r^"-- :n mulying districts. He .,= i^,, ;;.^ t - jjij British government -. ,.-,=, e - r; - every offort to aid its sub-.---^ i- r \ f n g their hotses if That be- --r..- r« '- arj-. K° sard that imsje- l.a 1 " "^ .'""· ~C'iK! i.e given of any un- BIG 6!FT FOR CORNELL University Medical School !n New York Gets 54.300,000. Ithaca, X. Y., Xov. 17.--An anonymous gift of $4.35'»,OuO to the CorneH university medical school in New York city was announced by President Jacob Gould Schurman, of Cornell uni- versiry. Dr. Schurman safd he was not at liberty to disclose the name of the donor and that no official announcement of it v.-ill be forthcoming. On account of his magnificent generosity to the Cornell medical school in the past, however, it is generally believed that the man who made this sift to the medical school is Colonel Oliver Payee, of Xew York city. The gift was actually made to President Schurmaa in Xer/ York city last Friday, but no announcement of i: was forthcoming until Sunday. The sum Trill insure the medical school a yearly income of about $200.^00. Xoae of the mosey is to be used for buildings, but T.-ili be devoted to paying the annual running expenses of the college. It win be used entirely on tte medical sehoc 1 in Xov.- York ci:y, none of it going to the Ithaca branch of the rneai- cai department. tests Against Relsc of Barbarism and Warns Evil-Doers It Will Stay. Hon. and Mrs. W. A. Martin re- · turned home Saturday evening from a Itrio of several days to Baltimore. 'Wilmington. Del., Xov. 17.--Despite,; S- F. Lehman spent the past few tfce nation-v. ls protest against tbe Jays at the home of Dr. and Mrs. consisaance of the whipping post "nlGranville on the college campus, ·.he state of Delaware, Governor j 3Irs c A Blocher and daughter, Charles R. Miller gave out a^ state- Caroli re visiti in Hagerstown nient in -,vh:ch be declared that bzs! fe state would continue to do as it pleas-8 vithoui respect to the opinion of Mrs. William Bell and children, Gilbert and Martha, are spending the dav in York. the cation in seneral- Govcrnor MHl«-r's defi was issued, fc!5ov.-:n!r a s*orm of protest against i Uenry Huber has returned to Ida- the public v.hlpp-n? of two negroes.' v yj e a f te r spending the past two days The punishment cf the two men M-1 v .-jth his parents on Springs avenue. io-.vca dos«!y on an as::ation started! Dr Q D StaWev f s in H arrisbur».' : n congress tr icr^e De.awar? to sso- ;sh MS re : :c of barbarism--probably j GOAl ROADS FACE Pi B OofiimissFon to in- ItrO! tss, Philadelphia. Xov. 17. -- A sweeping investigation Into the rates and prac tices of '.he anthracite coal roads lead- ·.ns s~:o Phiia'ieiphia TVSS ".jegna 11: tais city today by the interstate com- -lierce 1:'O «2s: "-h'ppsnjc nost in TO:!:!. " Governor Miller's sialeni?nt reads: i "The co-:rtsand ether !e?a! author- sties of the state of Delaware will administer the mtenial affairs of the coainionwe^Hh reg";l!ess of any at-s r eni?-C 1 intprff-rfp^p by a inc-iabcr of congress or of Individuals residing in other stales who are ignorant of conditions and permit themselves to be misled !y extravagant and highly colored newsnsper articles. "The persons v!io rrave written me nutnerous Iftters. so~e of them abusive and insnltics; to the citizenship ot ;he state, should pause to consider ihat stnte ?cvcrnnient ;n America is based aeon a statutory law by aaea alerted by the pea-pie. "I shall uphoid the sfaf»'s courts :a the administration of the lav." ancl warn al! evil-doers to give Delaware a wide berth if they wish to escape the .viiippiaj; post." He said the whipping post was the fundamental punishment for crime to evil-doers :n Delaware since 1^56 and will continue to he so far as he is per- sosa-Iv concerned until the people by their own free will decree otherwise. Governor Miller personally favors the~"-hio';;!n5 post. He considers it one of the racst effective barriers to vicious criminals, and points to the mmirn-jni record of crime in as larzely «ie to the fear of the ping r-os" With this mode of pan'sh- meat aaan.ion.ed. ae is 01 the beHef -ha". \\~:lyin^-r,-. vrouM become a stor- "ir;^ o^ place for the biggesf criminals rountr;- from the large cities v.-hich. Wilmington ^is -n line. ei, Xe--v Yorlc. Phlladelphja, Bal- re and Washington. . the civilized". representing Gect\-sbnrg College at a j meeting of college presidents. DEER NEWS Four Doer Killed on the Mountain in One Day. The Monterey Club got its second deer Friday- William Sanders brought down a four-prong buck near Caledonia, late Friday evening. Soy Heefner, of the Mont Alto club, shot an eight-prong buck Friday near the camp at Mont Ako. Benjamin Young, of Burnt Knob," shot an 8-prong back, v.-eighing 188 pounds, Friday near "the Gap. George Bonar, Gap, killed a spike buck on Sandy Ridge, near the state road, weighing 65 pounds, Friday. Reports received by the State Gam* Commission stated that three doea had been killed since Monday, one IP the South Mountain near JJont Altc one near Mifnintown and one in Pikt County. The game wardens who reported the facts were at once instructed to get busy and hnnt the men who vic'aled the law, and prosecute them to the limit. There is no doubt of their being caught, as they left traces that can be followed up. The does sent to the nearest hospitals. nci ProdaeeGo. Before you put any"* money into^a~roo£, caB on tis and nncl out v.-hy Reliance Roong can be guaranteed to give satisfactory service £or_ ten shears or more Without Painting or Coating.'" " ----*-Before you taite cliances again -viih "cheap" prepared roofings, call and get the inside facts about Reliance. " " *- ja Here Is a roofing to challenge the respect of every man- -wrno appreciates the difference between straight irade, square goods and "shoddy" just made to sell. * Here Is a. roofing that seeds no paint, v»ith a _ten-year §aaiaJKcs to prove it. *" ~" "^"j ^ * --s~ ~~~ ~~*~~~ Guaranteed 110 ^Years' *-r. **" IBS Effective November 16. 1913. _ BAII.IAY ^ ' The \\ estern Maryland Railway j 8:55 A. M. Daily Except Sunday for j Baltimore. Hanover, York and ; IntermeJiate Points. i !'":2 J A. M. Daily for Hasrerstown, Wayr.esboro, Chambersburjf, ic £'.,r"- The F"o CM;. Cr*:z. ; r.vre. the French minister, j --j Indention of leaving the :"· ; ti^ie. and had issued no "· "rcnch residents, bnt that ·· probabTe he would follow ., ^ O f *jj C British minister. fai t'lere was only a limit- r of his countrymen outside i ,,-s. 1 : rh minister's wife left Iex- n Saturday nis'at for Vera C-^r 5 No Coating--J^Painting. _ First cost is tne only cost \v-itK Reliance.' It isn't a new?" fengled roof. Its durability and tiniform good quality have* been proven during more than twelve years of service.' Reliance 5s ris'nl because :t is n-adc right cJear throusk^ It is the one! ' roofiag raade so honestly good Inal the manufacturers can Evmrantee it' -- - . for ten years Without Coating, Painting, Patching f\r **rrT^vv+rf _ . _jft»i-1 _ iTnr~i- ...^.--. ^^ MOUNTAIN PRODUCTS Before aou_Roof. callcrjelepbosc us about Reliance?" Gettysburg Dep ariment Slor* b'jrjrh and Chicago also Eikins, · W Va. i P. 31. for Ksghfk-ld and intermc- j dsate ^tations- : I'. M. for York. Baltimore and ; Intermediate Points. ' P. 31. Daily except Sunday for ' B. arid K. Divi.-ion Points to IJIghneM. also Hagerstown. | Waj-nesboro, Chambersburg- and Shippcr.sbarg-. Xe^v Oxford, Hanover, York, j and interrr.eQJate Stations. PASS ANTI-SLAVERY LAW Measure Caused Heated Debate In the P.ii'iarNRC National Asssmbly. Mapi. Xov. 17.--An anti-slavery :a77 v,a-s r-ssed by the Philippine na- -·orial a.-2crnuc!y after a heated de- Ti^ TMf-a^:rc. wWch was framed by V. I'Maia H Phipns, the insular auditor, 'earV-a-f the old ?pan§sh statutes aga^n^t s:svery and incorporates the The -vote in opposition to the enact- er.t of tr.e measure was small in -,-te o: the vi-annth of the discussion. Commissioner John K. Marble is presiding and S. H. Smith ana J- J- Hiekey. attorneys for the commT=sion. are conducTing the erainmation. The railroads are represented by Walker D. Kmes. of Xew York, a prominent railroad lawjer: Jackson E. Reynolds, attorney for the Central Railroad of Xew Jersey, and Kerhert A. Taylor, of the Erie. The investigation has been undertaken tc determine whether there have been any violations by tn«; carriers of che interstate commerce laws in. con nertica with the transportation of aa- hrac:te coal. Also it wil' be asked whether the roads have obsc"ve'i the spirit, of the recent "foniniodif-es r-Ia-ase" decision. ivhi«-h fce'd 'hat railroads f^oald nol 'homselves--a t.e case of coal. The que?::oTi o: "'"c "casonableaess .?f tj:-e present fre'jrV rates 02. coal ind **{isth o r the car-'ierr. discriailnate irrainst chc :n"C. i cn-'3ent shsprrcrs vrilt comprise an im-Kirfant part of the in- -jcirj. This ·a:ii :nc-5ive an invesiitja- ion into the rc;a.-' ; ons 5etween the KILLSLAD-'tN PLAY Hfgti School Student Shot In Brain W-iifc Soy FJays "With Musket. Brldscicn. X. -I.. Nov. IT.--While at play v.'irii companions Leroy Robinson, eighteen years oio. a student at the Bridzeton high school,, was-shot and ·-.iiled. "He and Theodore I.aTr. Edga: dorr and Howard Bailey were in t T^aETOn sho-j of his father's 'home. *.~. n'tj. n-.7:skeT s?x)d in one corner- It r-a-i nor bec.i fired ic-r years, and ihir.i::ns that :: was not loaded, the boys bc=an snappiii" the hamiaer. It ~^£S Sn?l!*-" discharged while in the hands of yr«-a~ T.aw. v.'ho is oni four- tecp. :-c-~r^ c'd The charge entercl jii-t hc-I." :- ncjinFoa"? eye, pierciag his brcin an;: hr- Tel! dead. were COMING EVENTS Happenings Schedaled in Gettysburr for Coming Weeks. Girll? NOT. IS -- Exhibits. Boys' and League- Court House. Xov. 19 -- Fiftieth Anniversary. Lir- coln's Gettysburg Address. Nov. 20-- St. Paul's A. M. E. Zion fair. Xov. 24 -- Lecture. Dr. J. H. Slcling. Brua ChapeL NTov. 24-29 -- ^Bazaar. Xavier HalL Xov. 25 -- Recital. David Bispham. Brua Chapel. Dec. 2 -- Lecture. Dr. Charles W. Stork. Brua Chapel. MARRIAGE LICENSES Permits to Marry issued by Clerk of the 7 Courts. FEARS ARREST: HANGS SELF Colored r«an. Acc-cca of Arson, Com 1 niils Suicide. * n::cb;n5 trac'- chain -o han^r hiniself, Theodore VTa-Ver. rrs'r.red. si^-y years o:d. of Un'ont^wp. Carroll conniy. c'Jni- rnured sni^ice :n a bK^ldins: on t ie farm of William .1. Bankard. n°ar Mid- roads nnd vV er. in connection poPsiMe c:?fr ; 7rs:iia : ion, any coacertea policy crisis amms them. Amonc: the roads chlcHy concerned are the Kca'IJng. the Centra! Haliroaa of Xew Jersey, the Deia-^are. T^.cka- -.vanna Western the Lehigh Valley. the Pennsylvania, the Eric and ih; Xe~ York. Ontario \Vestcrn. Frr the 3as- fe-rr ^-.*ic l -"5 invosr'ras-ors for the timrnisSiOn havp h-en engaged ;r examining the records and corres pon-lonce of theSS roads, and a mss- o? evidence of this nature ivilj be in- trodHceu. High officials of the roads have been callen to testify, as ·wet! as officials of independent coal compaa- j ies. The inquiry is expected to last at least three «-eeks. Miss Wilson's Fiance Resigns Position Xew York Xov. 17.--Francis Bowes I _;,r :r:^" rr^^"^, ^*il i. Savre. the yoans assistant district *z- :orney who is to marry iliss Jessie Woodrow Wilson, the president's Boy Killed Trying to Escape. | daughter, on Xov. 25. formally resign- V«»w York Xov. IT.--Casper Solle, [ ed his position with District Attorney , t\velv -ioa-s old. plunged five stories Whitman todav. He will become sec- J to hir"dcat 1 ! in 'a'daring attempt to es-! retary to President Garfield. of Wil- Clerk of the Courts Oiinger has issued marriajre licenses to the foIIoK"- .njr: Harvey Dennis, of Tyrone tov*-n- sitip, and Bessie Elizabeth Hoffman, of Tyrone to^n-nshlp; John Henry Shrader. of IrsKtotm. and Elsie Catharine Hemler, of Mr. Pleasant township. MEETING Road Builders of Menallen Township ·will Hold Meeting. The supervisors of Menallen town- in ^ -lioburi. after he had been accused by | ._._ . ^-,, ^^ e ^..- o.!^* 3 *^ "··T-othc"- byi2d = aTMj election house, Saturday, November on the 10o"acre farm that Walker^wn- 29th. All roadmasters are to be pre.-d near Un;ontoi7n. sent and all out-standing orders are A few da:-s uefore the fire the Tann :iad been sol dat auction to satisfy his creduors. b=it the sale had not beet ratified by the court. uto Drscs Woman ta Death. al;" 1 - X. Y. ^T». 77. -- ^ Jnhii -zei. dragged 130 feet by an autonaobile which, dnr Insi a snow Surry here, struck the car riage in whicli she was riding with he! hsshaiid and niece. She died in tse Seneca Fa!s hospital from concussior. of the braia. Mr- Kian etz escaivec with a bruised side. Tae niece, Louise Kinnetz, was aot injured. F «r«¥ ¥ ¥^¥07 ? ' ^ hir cleat 1 -. In a daring attempt to es- retary to t-res.ueiic vraiu^u. ^ v ., «^H ~~ ~ r ISrl^ar." rrom a protectory in the Bronx, liams colle s e. after his wedding tnp. ·"*»-'--· * *. AK./X. M. · . ' , ,. ... F - _ - -f _ _ r.-.K I He was d^p'-ending the face of an out! side -a all v:hcn he felL Cn than mC'3t. ^ rOUnfiS · Roosevelt Leaves Buenos Ayres, ·J i ! . _ --r «-*_!-_ NEWSPAPER! for 250. : ' Oysters -- Solid measure, i line! 40 c. per qt. ! Buohl Shult z i 3 C J Bnc-r.c* Ayres, Xov. 17. -- Colonel Theodo-» Roosevelt, accompanied by ; par';- of prominent citizens, left on a tr.p in'-t t'-o interior of the country. CM in Duqnesne, Pa., -wore a slit hkirt, man's socks and no petticoat Five thousand employees of a mill she pns«wl quit work and rushed to the "Infant Drops" Kill a Baby. PottsviUe, a., Xov. 17.--Six "infant drops," given to the three-months-oid j Hopes For Soap Silencer. Hamtaond. Iad_ Xov. 17.--Jim Stev ens aad George Pargias were diaias. at the same table in a Hammond restaurant. A fight followed. Jioi pleaded in extenuation that when George drank his soup it sounded like water rushing into a drain. Judge E. H. Ames fined each man. He hoped that Maxim soon would invent a soup silencer. Hold "Debt-Paying" Services. Hagerstown, Md_ Xov. 17. -- The ' baby of Mrs. Charles Campbell, o? · twenty-eighth aniversary' of the dedi- Snydertown. to soothe it to slumbers, j cation of St. Paul's Methodist Episco- put the baby to sleep permanently.' pa i church, this city, was celebrated The child was found dead in bed. I "debt paying" services. WANTED: a man of good habits WANTED: mat vied man to work on for tenant on farm, good location near farm. House furnished. Good wages, town. Apply by letter to F. Times Of- Apply Times Office.--advertisement [ fice.--advertisement to be handed in on that day. TX MEMORTAM In loving- remembrance of my dear mother, Mrs. Josephine Sachs, who died five years ago. November 16tfa, 1908. Gone but not forgotten. By her daughter. Margaret Eobin- son.--advertisement FOR SALE: at Fahrman's Stock Yards, one load of fine well bred stock bulls, -weighing from 400 to 600 pounds. Farmers making sale In the Spring, it will pay you to "have some good stock hulls to sell. C. T. Lower.-advertisement NOTICE Letters of Administration on the Estate of Richard JL Ham laie ot Gettys- nnx Boroncrb, Adams connty, Fa., lr- «-a.-ei, bavins been jrrante^ to the «n- d«-r?ic7ied residina in Gettysburg, ad persons indebted to said Estate are reques.- ed to make Immediate payment, and tho'e bavins claims Tvill present them Administrator. Baltimore Street, Getlysbujfr, Pa. The Makings. First Physician--"Caa you mako anything out o£ the patient's trouble?" Second Ditto--"I think if we manage right we can make about five hundred apiece out of it.

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