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OCTOBER 28, 1919. The Days News in ma TUESDAY EVENING Cities and Towns of Central Penns viva c V. In. if ir TWO INJURED IN CRASH ON ROAD yehicle Tossed Into Field and Horse Killed South of Dillsburg at Night DUteHorg, Pa.. Oct 28 - Tw0J,er: ons were injured and a horse Wiled M a result of a collision on the State highway, a mile south of Dillsburg, between an automobile and a Jenny Und, late Saturday night. The injured are Miss Anna Krall. dauBhter at Mr. and Mrs. John Kr?u' raKwna. who U , - ufferln Uom broken nose anu c - T - viiier face and back, and Wallace D Her, eon of Mr. .and Mrs. Harvey W UMy who sustained bruises' about the body. Miss Krall was rendered unconscious. r Hone's Leggs Cut on Both she and filler were occu - pants of the Jenny "nd. which was wrecked and tossed v' a.t5 accident by Russel Shaner au Ethel Lerew and a second gm irom Sniesburg. The accident, oc curred when the Leonard l car Bl - tempted to pass another, while tb.c V ia said. Dlller and Miss K - rau Sere 'on tSSr way home from the : Farmers' Day celebration held here I wen the accident occurred. Fifteen Bands to Be ; in Columbia's Parade : Columbia. i Caledonia ScotsBand, of PhUadel 1 phla, heading Cyrene Commander f Ko 84 Knights Templar, will be one of 'the features of the welcome i home parade for Xourte'en ; next Saturday morning. Fourteen ' other bands will be In line wun ' nearly every civic and fraternal so - clety h ?h7place. The service men i will parade separately in the after - ! now and following the demonstration there will be a' banquet In the State armory, served by the Columbia chapter of the Bed Cross A , mardl gras in miniature form under the auspices of the More Light Association will precede the event on Hallowe'en, in which dred people are expected to participate. ' Widow Dies of Stroke in Carlisle, Aged 69 Carlisle, - Pa., Oct. 28. Mrs. Me - llnda Richards, widow of William Richards, died yesterday as the result of a stroke of paralysis sustained Thursday last. She was C9 years old and a life - long citizen of Carlisle. She is survived by the following children: Mrs. Frank Kelly, Mrs. Isreal Strlngfellow and Charles Richards, of Carlisle, and Thomas Richards, of Pittsburgh; also by her brother, Daniel Stout, of Chicago, and three sisters, Mrs. Ella Germeyer and Mrs. Catherine Harlan, of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Luther Yelngst, of Carlisle. Funeral services will be held at the Strlngfellow home, 174 East South Street, Wednesday afternoon at 8:80: Interment in the old graveyard. . Perry's Endeavored to Hold Convention - New Bloomfleld, Pa.,. Oct 28. Preliminary plans are now being made for the annual convention of the Perry County Christian Endeavor v Union, which will be held in Zion Reformed Church, Blain, on Thursday, November 13. Three sessions .will be held. The Rev. Robert Helm, pastor of the Blain Lutheran - Church, will deliver the address of welcome. C. C. Clugston, of Dun - cannon, win respond. - An Interest Ing program has been arranged. Named as Red Cross Seal Leaders by McCrea CfcnmbrrMbnrK, Pa., Oct. 28. M. C. ' Kennedy, resident vice - president of the Pennsylvania railroad at this Dlace. and Mrs. W. K. Sharoe. nrnml - neent in civic work here, have been ; named as members of the State - Com - , mittee sponsoring the sale of Red Cross seals, by Dr. Thomas McCrea. . president of the Pennsylvania So - - ciety ror ine rrevenuon or rruoer '. eulosis. (Other State News on Pago 4.) lihtfal cup of Postum - a teaspoonftil in the cup with hot water added, sujgar and cream to taste I - ' I 1NS1 V 15 i Hade br Uie POSTUM CEREAL COMPANY. Battle Lieutenant Governor to Speak at Meeting of Republican Club ' Chambersburg, Pa., Oct. 28. Lieutenant Governor Edward 15. Beldleman . will be the principal speaker at a Republican rally In the Court House here this evening. The rally Is to be held under the auspices of the recently organized Republican Club. !; After the rally the new rooms of the club .in the Chambersburg Trust Building will be thrown open and a smoker held. - Lleuten ant Governor Beldleman will be the guest of honor at the smoker. ' Governor's Birthplace Is Soldjor $11,500 Quarryville, Oct. 28. Among the important sales in lower Lancaster county was that of tho Sproul farm at Andrews' Bridge, which was sold by Mrs. Sproul, mother of Governor Sproul, a few days ago. It had been in that family for many years, and the Governor was born mere. It Is one of the most valuable farms along the Octoraro and on it has always been kept a great deal of stock. . A great portion of it is fertile meadow. Three years ago the barn on the farm was burned, and the one that was erected in its place is one of the largest In that section. The purchaser was Morris Canann, the present merchant at Stubvllle, who will, move on it next spring. Hanover Hotel Man Boys Hostelry at York York, Pa., Oct 28. Charles Welsh, proprietor, of the Mansion House, Hanover, has purchased the Hotel Penn business, this city, from Alvln Relst, who has conducted it for thirteen years. William A. Reist a former proprietor of the Colonial hotel, this city, has been engaged to manage the hotel. The sale was consummated at noon yesterday. The sale includes the lease, furnishings, equipment and good will, but not the real estate, which Is owned by Frank H. Wogan. Alvin Reist said to - day that falling health Is his reason for selling the hotel and that he will Retire from the business entirely. He will spend the winter in the South. , Woman Thrown From Train Is Badly Hurt Lebanon, Pa., Oct. 28. Mrs. Sal - lie McElroy, wife of Aaron McEl - roy, a freight conductor on the Leb anon branch of the Pennsylvania Kanroaa, naa her shoulder fractured and was otherwise seriously hurt when she fell from a Pennsylvania Railroad train on the Philadelphia division on Sunday evening. She was en route to Conewago, on her way home, and when she heard the conductor announce the station name she got up Immediately and made her way to the platform of the coach. In the darkness she was thrown violently to the ground about 200 feet from the station. She was not aWare the train was still in (notion. ....... i ' Albert W. Roth Dies at Home in Wrightsville WrightsviUe, Pa., Oct. 28. Albert W. Roth, one of the, best known residents of this place, died on Sunday morning. He was 68 years of age and leaves his widow and the following children: Mrs. Jacob Becher, John and George, all of Wrightsville, and the Misses Anna and Grace I. Roth, at home. Two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Wilhelm, Columbia, and Mrs. George W. Shuktz, of this place,, and two brothers, Wil liam H. Roth, York, and George Roth, Wrightsville, also survive. The funeral will be held to - morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. P. Y. Livingston officiating. Interment will be made In Falrvlew cemetery. Widow Tells Jury She Was Robbed of $1,600 Lewistown, Pa., Oct. 28. Ferron Price, a well known young man of this place, Is being prosecuted for embezzlement by Mrs. Homer jfart - wrlght, of Altoona, here. The case is before a jury. The woman claims she met Price - in Lewistown and that he urged her to give him the money she had for investment. She says she gave him money In sums of from 30 to ?200 at a time until she entrusted a total of about $1,600 to him. The money, she says, was part of death benefits, she received when her husband died. R takes just about an TUM is a snappy drink, healthful and economical. Good for every member of the fam ily. "There's a Reason " CARCLISLE GOING AHEADIN DRIVE Under Chamber of Commerce , , Impetus Town Seeks Big Population by 1926 f Carlisle, Pa., Oct 28. The drive for a "Greater Carlisle" Is on here. At noon yesterday there had been 130 members added to the Chamber of Cpmmerce. The campaign was resumed this morning with enthusiasm, the effort being to raise the membership to 250 beyond Its present roll. The drive will , continue until Thursday at noon. ; At the; luncheon at noon yesterday Congressman Daniel A. Deed, of Dunkirk, N. Y.. made a strong address on community effort. He told of the great work done at Flint, Mich., by the Board of Commerce and stated that the goal of 25,000 for Carlisle in 1926 would be a. modest one if the community forces really got together for constructive ....... S .1 . AnAHin1lahmAHfd I Duuivo ui lite Bvab ti;v:uiiipitoiit..c of other cities that had strong organ izations. The Red regiment scured a big lead in the first day's canvass, their total being 74 to 40 for the Blue regi ment Fiften membersmps were turned in by a special committee and not assigned to either of the two regiments. Captain Moomy, of Company 1, of the Red Regiment, was the leading company of the day with 21 members. Old Furnaceman Dies of Stroke at Mont Alto Waynesboro, Pa., Oct 28. - - Charles H. Simmers, one of Mont Alto's oldest citizens, died yesterday morning from a stroke of paralysis which he sustained two weeks ago. He was aged 86 years. riAnnnaAit wAfl tho son of John and Lena Simmers, who were among the early Scotch pioneer setuers oi section. He was born at Mont Alto rlv manhood followed the work of keeping charcoal fur - naces and was eariy sougni and j the different firms in southern Pennsylvania and Maryland. Among the old furnaces kept by Mr. Simmers was the Mont Alto furnace, Big Pond and Holly furnaces in Cumberland county; Caledonia furnace, where he worked for the old Commoner, Thaddeus Stevens; Pine Grove and the old Catoctin furnace in Frederick county, Md. Finds Car Stolen Two Months Ago at Greensburg Waynesboro, Pa., Oct. 28 - Some months ago a Buick touring car owned by J. R. Frantz was stolen from the garage on his premises, east of this city. ' . Yesterday Frantz received, wora through two young men that they had used what they thought was his car the entire summer, not knowing whose It was as they came upon it in an odd manner, and it could .be, found at Greensburg, P,a. - To - day Mr. Frantz and Garage Owner Omar Frick left for that place to Identify and;.get .the car. Lad Is Killed While ? PlaybgWith Revolver Hagcrstown, Md., Oct - k 8. While playing with a revolver, David C. Rubeck, aged 7 years, was accidentally shot and killed at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Rubeck, near Clearsprlng. The boy found the pistol, which belongs to his father, in a drawer upstairs. Following the shooting, the boy was ,atn tr fho hosnital in this city. where It was found that nothing could be done to save nis me. me boy was shot in the head and died later at his home. Portion of Mahon Estate Has Been SoldFor $55,873 rkmbmbiin. Pa.. Oct 28. Five of the six tracts of Jand comprising the real estate of the late Congressman Thaddeus M. Mahon were sold at public sale here for (55,873. Among tha tracts sold was that of the noted country estate, "Battin - Moore," near Scotland, wnich Drougnt si7,3&. MARRY AX GOLDSBOBO Goldsboro, Pa., Oct. 28. John DarmCr and Miss Mabel Miller, both of Cly, were married Saturday eve nlng by the Rev. J. H. Schlnlth, pas tor of the York Haven United Brethren circuit. The ceremony was performed at the brides home, There were no attendants. They will reside at ciy.' S Creek. Michigan. ALPINE CLUB IS TO VISIT GIANT TREES : : Gifford Pinchot Win Be in Party and Governor and State Officials Are Invited to Make the Trip to Jack's Mountain Virgin Forest Next Sunday MiUUleburgh, Pa., Oct. 28. Next Sunday, November 2, is to be a notable day in Snyder county history. The day ha been set apart by the Pennsylvania Alpine Club .to visit the tall trees in jack's1 Mountain, near Troxelville, this County. This is virgin timber and has been pronounced by Col. Henry W. Shoc - mfl.It0P. nreMiriant nt the nliitS anA nno of the Forestry Commissioners of the aiaie, as one oi me grandest 8! gilts east of the Mississippi." Hon. Git - ' ford Pinchot another member of the commission, will be one of the guests. Henry F. Charles, aged 73, of Port Trevorton, a Civil War veteran, has been named commissary general and will prepare a bean soup. Officers of the Club The Other fifflran nf v George W. Wagenseller, editor of the rc .? egister Edwin Charles, both of Mlddleburg, vice - presidents; J. Herbert Walker nt ii.m,.. secretary; William M. Schnure. treasurer. The club will assemble In the Square at Mlddleburg at 10 a. m. ?L?Jocie bv automobile to the foWr,v, v ,I1UDlle 10 ineiioresis, are on n sav "JTi ! 92lonel Shoemaker hhis one forever. tract lank lllra n x.. i. , . .. , - .." - , , " i oi orusn. Colonel Shiumni... ! VwJ Virv'f - Lw1 De Preserved forever PifS Slvder - Mlddleswarth State 2.VLhT of her two distln - lbL blg ,factor in the Public thfa th.hM.;tlon of the state - to It L ,Middiebur8r Post adds that JnSS - t edicat?d not only to Governor &?i":I Middleswarth, T" "f " onyoer county soldiers f.?.ught ln a the wars of thts WUI1U J, Governor Is Invited ' CrOVernor finmni j ... , . , : nu ouier state Officials have hum as the public in.general. to join the . Virgin forest win 7,.ir De lne m08t majestic timber left Dtorju. . son or this Commonwealth. The icuiuyivama Alpine Club visited the gigantic hemlocks and pines on CARS TAKE LIFE OF JUNK DEALER David Kreiser, Aged 77, Run Down by Stone Train on Reading Railway Ivebanon, Pa., Oct 28. David Kreiser, known throughout the city as a junk dealer, was fatally hurt on the Reading railroad tracks, near the old Meily furnace plant on Sunday evening, shortly after 6 o'clock. He made a business of buying up rags and Junk, which he disposed of to Joseph Grosky, a junk merchant near Twelfth and Brandywine streets. Kreiser kept his horse at the Grosky place, and it is supposed that after feeding the animal on Sunday night, he took a circuitous route home, and thus chanced to cross the ' railroad Hit by Stone Train It was stated that he crawled un der a freight car, and had just got ten to his feet when the stone train, going east drawn by locomotive No. 1009, ran him down. The train was stopped and the crew picked up the mangled remains, and took them to the local station. Alderman A. M. Snyder telephoned for the Good Samaritan ambulance, which arrived at the station and took the injured man to the hospital where he died. One leg was cut off and the other badly lacerated. One arm was broken and there was a deep gash in the man's head. - Kreiser was aged about 77 years. Farmer Dies Suddenly of Apoplexy at Antrim Grecncastio, Pa., Oct. 28. - Henry C. Barr, a well - kaown resident of Antrim township, died very suddenly Sunday morning. Mr. Barr was ap parently in his usual health when hel arose, and attended to some duties around his farm. About 8 o'clock he was stricken with apoplexy, , and death came two hours later. . Mr. Barr had always been a man of unusual strength and vigor, and his death coming so suddenly was a great shock to his family and friends. He was born in Virginia and for a number of years lived on a farm near Harpers Ferry. After he removed to Antrim township he built a new home on the farm he purchased about three miles west of town, which he afterwards sold to Henry Sword. He then boutrht a farm near Clay Hill, where he had resided ever since. Little Lines From Nearby Hafferstonm Carlton. Mnltni. - nt this citv. naid 810 Ann nnrl nnata tnr viumung waynesooros wamc or - i ji .... i uiuauue. - Waynesboro Ruth Mnv Smitxur and Lupton L. Kaylor were married nere Dy ne Kev. , ur. wiliora P. Shriner. - ' - GettVftbniv Thn fiHvs W Wt " WI & A for the Annie M. Warner Hospital nere nas raised si5.ooo up until this time. Waynesboro Quit n a' nnmW nt local mechanics left here for Roanoke, Va4 on Sunday evening to take jobs in factories. , ,' : Waynesboro From a an in ' tha afternoon until 9 o'clock on Satur - aay evening, iz elerks at the store of Brown and Miller here sold sugar to break the famine in this place. Waynesboro The Rev. W. C. Beh - shoff, of Altoona, wlU be the leader oi revival services to continue for three weeks at thn iMm rk. Church here. 'ort Loudon The body of Henry IiS.?i?Vwh as killed by a train; at Pittsburgh, was brought here for burial yesterday. His widow, who was a Miss Burkholder, of this place, survives him. . aycttcvUlc John D. Myers, aged ! years, la dead nt RIoW. r?. near here. Mrs. Elisabeth J. ay an.l Adam U and Austin K. jrfyeifc, ac narnsourg, are amob the sur viving aaugniers ana Boas. August 24, and so enraptured was Colonel Shoemaker and the entire party that this second visit was planned. United States Senator Penrose and Federal Judge Witmer have made recent pilgrimages to this matchless pnr&ro nt virgin Hmhot . nnH t is agreed by all who have been enraptured by this majestic splendor, that the tall trees should be preserved ror all time and that the best way to do it is to have it set apart by tho Stint a a a a fiHncr m qiyiaHhI t a Governor Snyder, after whom the couniy nas oeen names, i - ion. ier tuiuuieworin ana au oi snyaer county's soldier sons. Want Forest Preserved Owing to ravages of lumber merchants, the nrpspnofi of thMn lnrc - p trees was little known even among snyder countlans until recently. It was kept as much a secret as pos - hIHIa trt nrftVAnt lAVnatalfAn XTi - .i Colonel Shoemaker and Hon. Gifford Pinchot who are making a visit to different parts of the State to Inves - tieate contractu for rtpnnrtinir Stnto forests, are on record for preserving V. J. Bn.rRnha.t. nt Trnvalvllla (i the State Forester ln charge of this particular tract and has been guarding with a jealous eye this giant forest Some years ago, when Lieut Gardiner Conklin, son of Forest Commissioner Conklin, was in charge as. Forest Warden, an appropriation wap secured and a good auto road built to the very edge of ' the big tree tract - How Statn (in. TMtln Just how thn Stnto a trast of marketable timber Is told I t . Th 1 1. uy mr. oniciiiii, me present forester. Tears ago. when the Pardees were timbering off the' lumber, work had been progressing for many years with the same foreman, - and It is said the foreman tired of his job and wanted to quit, and he reported to his boss, the owner of the timber, that all had been taken off when the ParrieAS Bold thn Inn to tv - a. - . including the tall hemlocks and the pines, ai ine price or denuded forest land.. . ' PHONE SERVICE GROWS Marvtvtllv Ta nt no mv. , .o, me Perry County Telephone and Telegraph Company, connecting with the Bell Telephone Company, is making big plans of extension throughout Perry county. A telephone exchange is to be located in a property of Amos M. Fisher, formerly a barber shop, and lines will be extended throughout the borough and in the valley. This Event Is E3 i EEj Right, at the threshold of the coat season when cold weather will be upon us any day and when you will have the most use for your coat, we hold this important sale in the face of advancing prices. You might perhaps think it inadvisable for us to name these special prices, but, as we realize there is an impression prevalent that all fine merchandise is high priced now, we hold this sale to give you convincing proof - that Schleisner merchandise is really sold at the very lowest prices. . . We have selected from our regular lines of the new Winter Coats a large collection of smart fashionable models in Silvertone, i3 - iH - ' yv ' 1 ... . m 11 i ' ' . I InnnnM MiiinTniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii istBniBiiii..i; - iiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiai:!l SLAIN WHEN HIS GUN WOUNDS HM McKeesport Hunter Dies of Injuries in Chambersburg Hospital Yesterday .. Chambersburg, Pa., Oct 28. George Hassel, aged about 30 years, of 'McKeesport, accidentally shot himself yesterday morning while hunting in the mountains near Harrison vllle, Fulton county, and died at the Chambersburg Hospital in the afternoon. Hassel left his home on Sunday and with Dr. Felley and another hunting companion came to Harrison vllle, where they spent the night Early yesterday morning they started out to shoot squirrels. Soon after they arrival in the mountains Hassel spied a squirrel, which he drove into 1 tne ground. He at once started to dig with the butt end of the gun. snot Through Abdomen A companion attempted to call out to him to stop when the gun went off. The charge passed through hlb abdomen. Dr. Felley quickly exam ined the wound and found it of a serious character. It was believed upon his arrival here that Hassel was fatally shot, although everything possible was done to relieve his suffering. Ho died without regaining consciousness. Hassel was a prominent resident of McKeesport and married. His father, an iron and coal operator of that place, was notified of the accident and arrived here last night coming by automobile. Mr. Hassel was Bales agent for the Haines automobile and drove to Har - risonvllle in anew car. When lie left home his father warned him not to shoot himself or anybody else, I Jnniata County Is to Welcome Soldiers Nov. 8 Mifflintown, Pa., Oct 28. That their soldier youths and the county residents generally might enjoy the first day of the hunting season, Juniata county residents have postponed their combined Welcome Home celebration from November 1 to November 8. Every district ln the county is joining in one big celebration to welcome home the youths of each section of the county, Instead of having the individual communi ties srage ceieorauons. MANHATTAN SHIRTS KTlRRY'Q Penn - Harrls runni 3, Hotel Bids. OPEN eVBWIMUS Store Closes Every 28 - 30 - 32 North Third Street Very Extraordinary News Tomorrow We Inaugurate Our First vVinter Coat Sal For Women and Misses Purposely Arranged to Offset Any Impression Which Might Prevail That Fine Coats Are Not ' Procurable at Moderate Prices. $35, $39.75, $45, $49.75, - $55, $59.75, $65 On Eve of Trial They Tell of Fire in Barn Lewistown, Pa., Oct. 28 - - About to be placed on trial on the charge of arson. Gilbert Wilson and Harvey Roblson, colored, told Sheriff M. A. Davis and District ' Attorney Dui bin that Roblson had accidentally set Are to the barn on the Hugh McCoy farm, at Granville, this county, on the night of September 9. They had gone to the barn to sleep and when Roblson lighted a match in an effort to And a covering for the two the straw Ignited. The barn,' with crop, implements and stock, was destroyed. The loss was estimated at $10,000. Robison told the sheriff and district attorney he had not meant to lire the building. Andrew Fetrow Dies at New Cumberland, Aged 74 New Cumberland,, Oft 28, Andrew Fetrow, aged 74, died at his home on Eighth Street, on Monday morning, after an illness of almost a year, of cancer of the stomach. Mr. Fetrow was born in Tork county, but had resided - in New Cumberland the past fourteen years. He is survived by three children, Lawrence Fetrow, contractor, of . thts place; Clyde Fetrow, of the Falls. York county, and Mrs. Grant Kelster, of Newberry. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 o'clock from the home of his son, Lawrence. . Boy Snatches Woman's Purse and Gets Away Carlisle, Pa., Oct 28. a daring robbery was committed Saturday night when a colored boy snatched a nocketbook from Mrs. Tnvlnr Miller, of East North street Mrs. T r 1 1 1 . i i a m . miner iiuu juoi come irom a meat market and just after she turned the corner at Hanover and North a colored lad grabbed her purse. There was something over $10 in i it The boy ran away. Mrs. Miller jium several suiuiers or 11 ana tney searched for the thief but were un - j successful in locating him. BELIi 125 DAY NIGHT SCHOOL 'OPEN NOW ENTER ANYTIME Two Separate Night Schools: The One on Monday Wednesday, Friday The Other Tuesday, Thursday Nights BECKLEY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE , (Opposite Senate Hotel) . 121 MARKET STREET , CHARLES B. BECKLEY, Principal Saturday rAt 6 P. M. Velour, Polo Cloth, Tinseltone and Velour de Laine,many of which have fur collars and cuffs and many have the self collar in the large draped model. The belted models are represented. , This is one of those rare opportunities that requires immediate attention. Whilst our stock of coats is large and includes a big variety in the various fashionable mod - els, the special prices which are named for this occasion are so tempting that we look forward to a very busy week. We urge those who can make selections tomorrow to do so while the assortments at this price are the best. . POLICE SEEKING GIRL FOR CRIME Housekeeper For Trainman Takes Automobile and Then Abandons It Sunbury, Pa., Oct 28. The po lice are looking for 20 - year - old Mildred Thrush, better known as Shirley Lockwood, housekeeper for Harry Becker, a Pennsylvania railroad employe, of Milton. Yesterday they learned that an automobile brought here last Thursday had been abandoned by the girl in front of the Aldlne Hotel, who then boarded a train for parts unknown. Becker came here to - day and got his car.. It was - discovered that the girl had forged his name to a check for 857.80, the police say. This was cashed by F. H. Lewison, of Milton, The girl is unusually attractive, has - blue eyes and dark brown hair and is five feet four inches in height Her home is .said to be in Tldloute, Pa., and warnings have been sent to the police of northern Pennsylvania towns to be on the lookout for her. $2 to $18 UNION SUITS FORRY'S PENN - HARRIS HOTEL BUILDING Open Evenings AND DIAIi 401 Xs - WA ( it.

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