Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on January 23, 1924 · Page 8
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LIGHTNING ON THE FARM If G.Ft'OltD PIXCHOT haa atood before an audlenca of farmer auch aa used to come hre fur the public meetings of the old State Board of Agriculture twenty - live years ago and talked aa be did lust night about the way electricity Is going to do the chorea on the furm in Pennsylvania, he would have been told to go back to college Tho Governor vlsioned the day when the Giant Power system whoso preliminaries ho launched last winter would put electricity into every farm house and have it light the farm, wcei the house, turn the washing machine and do other things, possibly milk ttfe cows. Hut It wns not a Joke. Advances in the uso of electricity have been so wonderful of late years that all needed to give thn rural dwellers real servico are distribution systems. Big companies are inclined to shy nt them when it comes to reading meters and collect - ing bills, but these aro really minor details. ' The fact is lightning which has been the dread of the farm is coming nearer and nearer to being its servant. Dauphin - county's commissioners are in step with modern sentiment as to improved highways and up - to - date administration. ' CITY ZONING CITT zoning, is. one of the very important i. subjects that must be taken up among the other items of the City Planning Commission's proposed survey, for which Council recently provided "funds. But it is a subject not generally understood. The people ought to know more about it. - ". For that reason it is pleasing to note that the Civic Club plans to bring to the city, Morris Knowles, of Pittsburgh, a city planner of national reputation and an authority "on zoning, to address a public meeting on the topic. ' The' last Legislature opened the way for zoning regulations in all third class cities, of which Harris - burg is one. The Planning Commission is about,, to take advantage of the opportunity anl the more knowledge the ; people have of the elements involved and the value thereof the better. . - the Five - sixths of taxpayers pay taxes for all as - a result of tax - exemption. More people are eoming to Secretary Mellon's way of blinking every, day. y WELFARE REUNION mHE 'business of , the Welfare I Federation is to inquire into the; needs and business methods , of the, various organizations served by it and to dig up the money with w - hich to finance them Friday evening the tables will be turned. The Welfare Federation will hold a reunion land open meeting at the Penn - Harris' which any subscriber will be privileged to attend 'and at that time will not only make a full report of its activities for the year but will invite all interested to ask questions as to its needs and business methods. Some hundreds of people, at least, will attend, and thegff.jr the man ho is aiked for "interest displayed goes far to prove J matin's"" raying he ha none. 4th f W:kr oh ir4 Mi fci 4.4li 4)f m M 4l444 la aa M Ihfww - I la U4f t 19, .llirnniiC of a I, if i r 4 ab.14,4. riUa 4 M.av iW4 f aia 4M i;fM kS4tf all - 4) at! r muk (, 0lt4 imtm ffmmtt mf t 4waallMi4 cf4we 4f tmutrn a. 4 M 4 4tl ! all 4.f iWii : a ptairlf hi fcl;t4 fc hiI4 w uia 1 iM4t) ail f 1.4 4i4h f fa ihiva af 4m4.uit tag rma irj, fai w;r wl4 h wr Tb rU4a w4vt4 ar ;V 4Tw4. Te rl 4hiartrr f It MM! 4 0l 4 4. trtU roltilr niaajf irlwa lr B4'r t0 lr!4 lff gH a lrii rn"l of aofetitiy. 0 Vh - x f hm 0 nr I bat h rrrlr of l;t. v know be brouchi hi torn - try la the brink f ruin throuBh rommunini an4 thn trM I" e ttablliuie li by thru Ins mart of hU rammunUtie nuilona otrrlxuira an4 reaiorlna: capital and .roperty to Ihelr cfU4omo4 bicrt In tk acbeme of life. And o know that while he aa ihua rnsac4 he waa I'loiilne the ovirthrow of the t'nlieJ Wiitc en4 other ilniotr4tlc gvtrn - menu. What we do not know U whether ha will ei down In hUiory aa a fa nntlc, inlmaken but aincere, or 1 blood - thlrxty, power - craacd opnor tunlat bint upon ruling or ruining not only ltuia but the world. Only time a lnf time will reveal which. I:ut of more Imporlnnce I, what will happen In Kul.t with Ixnlno dead and Trotsky 111 and practically banished to the Crimea? Will the Ilolshevlk Rovcrnment hold together anl continue to function Kith the two big figure, gone, or will the lesser chieftain in charge quarrel among themselves over the cloak of the fallen leader and through dis putes among themselves open tho way for the return of a safe and vane government In Moscow? If tho former, we may as well ad mit that the peonle of lfussla are back of the Soviet government and that the leaders are sincere; if the latter, we may find Russia In a ycarj or so getting back toward a place of respectability and trust in the fam ily of nations, on the principle that "when thieves fall out honest men get their dues." Not since the Czar was overthrown has there been such an opportunity for tho Russian people to assert themselves for their own good providing, of course, the rank and file is intelligent enough and sufficiently informed to desire a change. , " " - Governor Trapp declures Oklahoma safe place fur - investment. Xews loot's hope his name does not su0 gest anything skeptical. , SPREADING OUT ? - .LL15RSBURG Has' Joined Me - Alt chanicsburg In co - operatiou " with the Central Pennsylvania Fish and Game Conservation ".Association. " A campaign for men and money is being waged in that town. The association : is meeting a long felt need. It has no selfish purpose, but is putting out" game and fish, planting food fur wildfowl and game fish, helping to foster a better feeling between 'farmers and sportsmen and otherwise improving the hunting and fishing conditions in this field. . . As the sportsmen work together, so will the object of tho association be attained, which is - to make a fish and game paradise of Central Pennsylvania. We' have the woods,", the fields and the waters. Once they teemed with wild life of many kinds. In. recent years" they were almost denuded of fish and game. : The deer have come back, the rabbits . are coming back; so are the gi'iuse more slowly and. , through ciiorts such as are now being made the region of , which Harrisburg is the center - can be made one of the best In the State. Manpower and money - power will do it. ff tor tmW r48 - 4tc, l imm 4lll'4l W44 f III Bf It a44 k44 kj I rr. 4 t ii4 ik aMiif t I"hsi44l lfe,itw 44 4 44j.trii 4 (4i44i t 1 a 4 - iaifUl (,au,.K4U.' 14 lH. rm Vi Itiai w4 a ttifi4:arr ha 4 - i4 tjM iha 4,4h 4N - f4 li4 pfrt4 44 in a r"il. 44 ' 4n of h Krai la 4w awar fkt4 Uf aiiura 4 ! ! iia4i4 hna. 4a 4f lit ti l'hl!44rlhU U lhl I:lr4rr4)l4l4 II, It of JJnlrr. on tf h aiiita esira l in U Mli rMxi. ws4 iol 1 " 44i for roiii5n. Mr. I.4" low 4 bi Mine I - I ha law. hiH Me b ah - rpl tml - n4. an4 a Km onar4 aowt of Ih Mi Mrtn liUil. Cri - Tta mad l lha McAdo ramimten manwisera at their ronfer - rnia In I'hllad'll'hw. whl - h aw in had from ' Harrlahunt hauao of lh Mibllniy clven lo It. aro aw to have nnlncfd tha mrn wUo hop 10 rldo into iowr on ha a - reiary a toaiMla that ihejr have to reform reriain haa of lhair vm - laii;n. Tho - failuro of olo in vi,i.ylvanu lo warm up la Wc - Adoo. lh audden development wl airrnwth by John W. UavK u(Wrl Virginia, the activity of old Ihr. Urjan. the um - enalnly of what UuMlrnw U llaon Will do Blld th UH - rclxntlng ho)llity of many influential li'm..crat lo any more yeara or werviiuue uuurr - . i niUk alt toiuilbuted to dfreK inej meeting and Impreaa on tne i - oiiht - et - a the necetwiiy of doing something quick. . guite a few men Mrcted l" for McAiIimi have dfclliifd to ahow anv Interna InfaUne of the sroU running hln campaign and the bor - Init aiuited to make irouwe I'lilladelphla Democrata and lay the foundation for contemn tu a convention hua not worked as well u expected. .... The liavla movement, which Is rin .niiHliierable uronunenco by the well informed Washington War, la derlurcd by Frederic William Wile to have resulted from the former ambassador to London having been chosen by the McAdoo opposi tion to break tho expccicu two thirds deadlock. Davis managera urn rrn.irtcd at work in many statea and to be boosting the West Virgin ian as "the logical candidate. ileorL'e J. Brennan in the course of some interesting reflections in the Philadelphia' Inquirer says some tine things about General Kdvvurd Martin, who is being strongly supported by Wuto Republican leaders for Auditor tienerai unu wnose nomination is predicted in several cities, as the running mate of Sam uel 8. lwis for State Treasurer. Mr. Brennan says General Martin has an exceptional military record, starting .with Philippine service in. the old Tenth Pennsylvania and overseas as major of the 110th with promotions and decorations. The Martin selection is said to have been made becauao he "would represent the highest Ideals in the conduct of the fiscal branch of the Hata government." ' Some of the Philadelphia newspapers express doubts whether the Republican 8tate leaders are going to be as keen about going along on the Plnchot legislative program as generally believed. No one is being quoted, but some doubts are being cast out on prohibition and various subjects. Governor Pinchot has declined to be drawn into discussion of the matter and from the attention being devoted to preparations for the legislative primary is apparently going to make as sure" of it as possible himself. : , '" (, vThe - , Philadelphia Bulletin says the Supreme Court decision on the administrative code.Vas on the point which seems to be a favorite when a political case is involved, namely to 'attack the title so that if it goes down the whole act is ; viatiated. This newspaper and others look for considerable litigation on various points to follow. , ,; In. opinion of State Treasurer Charles A. Snyder the decision was not as bad as first reported from his viewpoint. "They said Pinchot could build a church, but he could not put saloon fixtures in it'' was his rather unusual comment. Representative "Al" Rinn, of Lehigh county, one of the rip roaring Democrats of the last session, says he is not quite clear whether he will run or riot. "But the grading crossing bill is not yet passed" was represented to : him, , this being his favoctte measure.' "But, I'll cross that crossing when I get to it" was the adroit reply of the Lehigh legislator. . ' 1 4 a m (, A (i jC4lRWt.f. t ,n,f , IfVfJ . G AU IT A DAY "For night's swift dragons cut the ckmds fittt fast, And yonder shines Aurora's harbinger." MiaawaMa NiaW'4 Drti Mt.l I .lMHO.l.l TI!IM ( ti Fl' - rciico llartman TowiwemU 1 love the awet't old - fuahloned things: Quaint cameo and garnet ring; 1 love 1 he queer gold breast - pins; coral beads; Grandinother'a old baaqua dreswa flayed with reeds; 1 love luce caps above a faded face, Rut moat 1 love old Valentines of paper lace. 'Tia queer and out f fashion now, they say, And in my heart'a a sorely vacant place Because I hoard no Valeutlne of paper lace. 1 AT - THE CAPITOL WITH A SCRIBE aaaaananaanwwBBBBBBBBBVBnVBMnBaVaja "I would that I could as easily discover the true as I can etpos "what is false." Cicero. Klll( 4 Wlk4 hoof hlHIlf." Majn r IVillUbi It. Wrtchl. Jr pa rial t4uaa t lb toernr In k kilniuti oiiir, iaa aa oitir on I ho Urtl Hor ut I Ha t'apiiul. It Iber ara often toid Urupoiog la Ihrro and II 14 haid lo vwncnlial on bit!. Tl other morblnc lb nahr lok hla Iniera and iuon rphr lo iho hall of tho lloua of Ueurearniaiivea, and peacefully die ial4 hi mill whit lha vtliora r44mt4 aboul. II found aolltude In 1 be Capiiol a ktroat ae. oatitit 4.4 44. - rz . .''4 l ... rzr lv; itnr" If "r. tum M4tir Il4ntbirg. ii"i lh tny 4 - rh. - nK. Sriirj IffT't VrM "r'rlr amM04 abuUIA. Tb lilt 'a . rui.,.1 1. - .4. - V f" '4 iilr - - - I f Ji4 l otnr'a or Jrn - h!r4,,r ' Uhlra f.r ,ha ih?i.. - r 1 PUjr. ,oa - lttl' and JUuleya laland. and !. K.u.url u. nw l - omiiUxiuiirr of Y r 1 ,nal wuikera l.iand General Butler's haru - boiled drives in Philadelphia have created an epidemic of law - enforcement throughout the State. Everywhere the police are taking a leaf from his notebook and imitating the vigor of his law and order procedure. ' January 1. 192. tne las - exempt securities in the United States aggregated $12,389,000,000. It's no wonder the. country's in revolt on this question. , - ' - .' The ":Autoniobi.e Dealers "ofifer a prUe for the oldest automobile In Central Fennsylvania. Some: if theni only seem - that old. "r I WELL KNOWN PEOPLE .r Smoking , tobacco prices - having been cut there can now be no excuse the The Kev. E. Maclay Gearhart, of - Erie, recently named on the State Historical Commission, was among visitors to Harrisburg yesterday.. . Alleri"I). Miller, former Susquehanna county legislator, was in Harrisburg for the farm meetings beginning yesterday.,. . V. Gilpin llobinson, for years an active Delaware ; county legislator, was chosen head of the bankers' organization of that county. Judge K. C. Stewart, of Northampton county, has gone on a cruise to the Mediterranean. - District Attorney S. P. Rotan. of Philadelphia, has gone to Florida for a January vacation. ,N Dr. K. h. Itosenberry has been elected president of the Northampton Medical Society. ; The Rev. F.. H. Senft, elected active officer of the Christian Missionary Alliance, is a Philadelphian and .well known to many here. Heat and cold la a relative proposition or are' a relative proposition, If you like. K the Capitol, you know, the heat is governed by thermostats, one in each room. Originally there were little keys with which the indicator needle was turned to VWarm" or "Cool." As time passed these keys were lost, strayed or stolen. Now, when the thermostat go bad, an artisan arrives who corrects their evil tendencies. Only a few of the very, very elect have keys. A gentle man who possessed one was very cold yesterday af ternoon. He saw the thermometer registered only 65; he heeded heat immediately. So he looKea lor the key. He didn't find it. He - went through his desk, his bookcases, his pockets,, his tiles, his everything. Rut no key. ' And shortly he was' so very angry and warm that everything was all right A LOVING FIUEND' iteverend and Hear Sir When I heard the thieves hnd vour car I was rejoiced, because I leit certain we would not te afflicted with Travelogs on Mondays this spring, summer and fall. But Iuck was ag in me. I see the police found it 1 mean tho car. So I sigh and fall bafck on the motto I have borrowed from you "Vou can't ave everything." PEDAGOG. For the third tlme' in a century the British government has been overthrown on the floor of the House of Commons. The ministers did not , have the confidence of Parliament. Labor rule seems assured. At first thought .one might say Queen Victoria avoided painful thoughts, dying when she did. . But evidently popular, opinion must have counted the other two times the government was 'overthrown. And it may seem odd, that "labor rule seejms assured." But ythat . is only, because 'one is unaccustomed to thoughts of labor rule. Fifty years hence labor rule will be common enough; vand thoughts of present conditions will seen) odd.. . ', .v Jt is . all a state of mind. r One of our favorite,, relatives was a grand - uncle who, when he died, was past 90,. In his time he gave the flesh - pots of Egypt a continued and merry chase. He took the ICeeley cure so many times that, as. "Bob" Taylor used to say, "he jingled when he walked, and "tinkled when he talked, and had a fit at every motion of the silver bill." lie was old - stuff. He believed he was born to fill" a certain' niche; that he was a commoner; - that there were., men and women born to the purple; that none but .an agnostic had the right idea of religion; that woman's place was in the home; that the Itepublican party in America, and . the King in England, could do ; no. wrong; that Matthew Quay needed only wings 'to. be, an angel; that it" was every man's inalienable right to do as he pleased, .so long as he did not interfere with the . rights of others; that It was his privilege to drink as much red liquor as he liked, and when he liked. He was, you see, quite old - stuff' A couple of summers ago we sat on his front porch and talked with him. And the burden of his complaint, at92, was this: - , - "I have lived too long. I have lived beyond the life of things I am accustomed to. I have lived from one vorld into another and" strange one. The ideas ot to - day are net my ideas; ' the customs are not my customs. I am too old to readjust myself. My mind would be easier,' I' might say, had I died twenty years ago." . " - 1 Changes are occurring, even in Pennsylvania. We don't mind saying that in the spring of 1922 we smiled or laughed, depending 'upon with whom we were conversing, when it was suggested Gifford. Pinchot had a 1 opportunity to win theRepublican nomination for Governor. The idea was preposterous. Where in the United States was there a political organization so powerful as that n Pennsylvania where a machine so cutely perfect as in, Pennsylvania? Pinchot didn't have a chance! It is a peculiarity of the human mind that it can adapt itself to conditions just as a stomach can adapt itself to food. What happened in Pennsylvania in the spring of 1 922 convinced us' that in politics it Is no longer safe to count upon the expected to happen. Men and women are actually developing brains: and they don't "go along" so quietly as ten, fifteen, thirty years ago. Wise in their day and generation are the leaders who forget the past; who .realize it is'1924 and not lS9t - They - are wise who forget traditions and folklore." who get away from ancient history andlive in to - day. Even the redoubtable Quay would - be hopeless! v outclassed in 192 were he' to cling to old - time methods. . And Quay, here he living, would not live In the past. " His system, Would be one of right now not 1900. The turn - over in Great Britain is no more surprising than that in Pennsylvania. , M. Ii. J. PAYA1KNTM extorted by un md.v.dual an let a or price of exorcising - witches do not come, within the purview of tho Iennsylvanli "Blue bky ' law ana a complainant of auch a transaction has been referred by Htate offlclale lo lha District Attorney for relief. While the name and home of tho female making tne chargo thalhe wa forced to pay a "hex r certain auma for Incantation or aomethlns elso whlcn ...... a l - ..a i 44. . . . ..9 a 4a.4aK aid not work and remove uauuui iniiuni i ..v.. has not been made public one of the departmenta of tho Ktato government waa olllcially aked whether the "Blue Sky" law could not be applied. Tho Information ...... . ii.!. i ... Ai.rwl thu aula of securities hi, , 1 v f 11 , 111, 1. , 14 in n . . . . - - ...1.. .. - a .u ......1,.. rin.i amiL'iit win a. matter . . 1 . ., t f .nil. tor the prosecutor. Tnia case is ioiany . ... .i r....... . ... .... IfAulf n a recent complaint maue 10 me Acimim.,,,, ,.v.,... ..K.wi, .iii..i, innu nr . Bitiih In vicinity of Duuucsnc. WUVU, V)""l UIIUIII' v . ... . - - It cornea from a distant county, it is said, and Is similar to one from Berks whlcn 11a it a oozen yuura p i up the Agricultural Department because complaint was made that a herd of line cows had a "hex" put on them and would uot give as much milk as usual. i;.,,. Vi.it U nf tha onlnlun that of all the Jobs he has to handle Judicial appointments are the worst. He has been cauea upon to ihuao imo mm has been more productive of correspondence and visits by delegationa and individuals than any other class of appointments. The files of the ottice have been crammed with letters on Judicial avallables and . some of them are not commendatory. The number of t volunteer letters on such subjects Is surprising. , , Robert Francis Gorman, of the' bureau of inturma - tlon in the Internal Affairs Department, who is said to bo the first man in State service here to have a radio in - hla home, is now a consultant on radio troubles. Every time anything gets wrong with the apparatus of any of the people on the Hill they call up Mr. Gorman. "1 was clear down in Dallas when a. man on the next block brought me back over the telephone" said he the other afternoon in discussing "relief calls. There is no common bond between Governor Gifford Pinchot and State Treasurer Charles A. Snyder and che fact that their homey have in part the same name means nothing. The name of the Pinchot home on theahills back of Miltord is Grey Towers and the name of the Snyder home in the midst of Pottsville town is Grey Gables. The State clipping bureau which became entangled with economy plans and was abolished in name and curtailed as to most of its operations is commencing to' function again.1 Most of' the departments which formerly used it declare they, call not do without it and While Secretary Berkey H. - Boyd's plan of buying cliDPings at three cents per clip may be ail right it is not up to date. As one man put it "You have to find out what's been printed and then order it." Lately; cellent 'demonstration of how clippings help and publicly announced how three instances of violation' of the motor code were brougnt to uiresi unu iiuuwuiiieui' u:au some one in the Highway Department was watching the papers. Every now and then crusades - come along and upset something on Capitol Hill, but it conies back. . ' Fiscal ''control,'' as the process of keeping branches of the Government within the, income allotted to them is bilicially known is ceasing to be a catchword ot the Capitol. In numerous instances department heads , .. ...,iin T,r,ri..o thuir h.I lo wances have been over drawn. - It seems - the appropriations have been divided" up by months, twenty tour to cover .me appropriation period, and it - is said even the Governor's office has been "called" for running beyond what was allocated. But the enforcement of the control is not always easy. The new emergency taxes required a lot of printing and the - allocation had to - .take a vacation. ; When the formula for calling attention was followed it brought back frohia certain vigorous official an inquiry as to how he was going to collect the money and information that the ' matter could be discussed when the Legislature met. ' ' ' , Belief at the State" Capitol is there . will be small chance for Mrs. Freda Trost, the Philadelphia woman whose sentence of death for poisoning ' her husband with rough on . rats a dozen years ago was commuted to life imprisonment, getting ireedom during this State Administration. The refusal of the, State Board of Pardons to grant pardon after the extended arguments at the recent meeting even when supported by a letter from Warden .Jofcn C. tlroome is regarded as significant. Mrs. Trost was refused in the last administration, but the effort then was neither as well advertised or as well made up as that which has just, been unsuccessful. The Trost case recalls that of Mrs. Kate Edwards, of Berks county, who ?was refused pardon by a 'Board and who remained in prison . until freed .when'; four Governors' refused to sign a deaths warrant for 'her. The last woman hanged, in Pennsylvania, expiated her crime in, 1867. ' - i.j.... - . - . - i: - ' . - - ltegistratiin of titles for motor vehicles by the State has " developed some surprising facts about ownership of cars, althoughthe officials in charge are .required not to divulge anything . about snch : matters' Still, things get about and it appears that quite a few people running cars in Pennsylvania have a very slim equity in them. The law demands that the fact whether there is Dr. K. It. lirubaher. who died a few day aco at hi home In Mlf - ninburtr, waa the man who enabled Auditor Uenei.l Kamuel H. lwla to roinplnta I he satlery of Auditor General. When lb llt waa being mad up Mr. ewi waa abla lo bi - tale everyone but Isaac ftlrnker ll cam from up Kiute, but It waa before the Civil War and tho Auditor General waa afraid h would not have a full llt. tine day Ir. r.ru - Imker, w hoae dauehter hi connected wlih the department, heard' about j it and rernjllnff the name, located a nrancn ot in ramiiy or inia ion lime a so Auditor General and ae - cured - a portrait. KEYSTOXE VIEWPOINTS 14 Governor I'lnchot la perfectly right In hla assertion that "immunity for rrlmea agulnat the Eighteenth Amendment has encouraged other crimes." Towanda Itevlew. Congress can pet down to bras tax by adopting the Mellon tax. New Castle News. Reparations from Germany must be based upon Germany'a ability to compete in the world's markets, says Edouard llerrlot, chief of the Radical Socialist party Jn France. Her - rlot may he a radical and a socialist, but he talks more sense in a minute than Polncare talks in a year. Johnstown Democrat. In naming Samuel K. Bertolet to fill the vacancy upon the bench of our court of common pleas, we believe that Governor Pinchot has met the wishes and complied with the sentiment of .the large majority of those who take an interest in the efficient administration of tho law. Heading Herald Telegram. Pennsylvania is for Coolidge, lock, stock and barrel. Wherever you go In this great Commonwealth you find a unanimity of sentiment that is really remarkable. - Pottsvllle Jour4 nal. Some congressmen arrf hunting glory by tax reduction schemes, and some of them stand to get something else back home for not accepting Mellon's plan. Beaver Times. , 1 ' . Th c - reat race in Europe to - day Is that between Volncare's political defeats and,Lenin's deaths. Philadel phia North American. Safety First Dorcas Do you ever allow a man to kiss you when you're out motoring with him? Philippa Never. If a man can drive safely while kissing me he's not giving tho kfrfs the attention, it deserves. - . , - - , ' VVHAT THE STARS PREDICT FOR YOU (Copyright, 1924, by the ,Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.) This is a neutral day. The new year holds events of such strange . and - sensational character that nations would tremble if they knew what lay ahead, and it is important to prepare to meet great changes. . ' y ' A great deal of discontent and sedition is predicted for the United States, where there will be the most dangerous secret agitation by, foreign propagandists. ' N Mild earthquakes will be felt in many parts of the United States this year, but none will do serious damage, although in one state a bad tire niay result. :' - " ".' Persons whose birthday it is may have rather a strenuous year in which they will make new friends and may be sadly deceived in them. Children, born on this day probably will be extraordinarily ambitious and persevering. Many artists are born under this sign of Aquarius. Actresses of talents may be discovered among this - day's children. They should be guarded against unhappy marriage. DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS 1 They sing the son of Moses the servant of God, and - the song of the Lamb, saying. Great and marvelous are Thy worKs, Lord God Almighty; just ' and true are Thy ways, thou Kins of saints. Revelation 1:3. M l.tt,,.!., .... .ii.. ? . ur w4 n1",h,w her. The my l tanning ComtnU - iou rti - om - """"'" outing an Mm.) in ih. f jiarv 01 lt:3. 444 noma f ha farim ra bt - r fr lb inefUnSa r ih week aay tho loaa of wheal by - Utatlnij" due m th ""pr conuiiiona will I overcome by a Kreaier planting corn than In recent years." Wl.iW hay waa tho let payiiio - troo ynu will im.i .t.i - v. one . iiln fi, ,u aiay In KrKi next aprlnic and a lot of u aro .nns to Plant corn w l.cio ., WUi mifUI. waa lh,i u - nv in,.. r...... fAll.lltlS COUIIIV lillt 11. II.. r,.,.,,.l. - ...l 1 V t'n,,B '"'" filmier, puperlal. r 111 mis purl uf lh Mute . - re iieu up to a rdtailon of . rope and would not breuk It for any one, any thing or any time, but If the weather put wheat down and out they would '"III iu 101 II. 4 "If some of you newspaper follow aunt let Un nn ih In - ilLr ..1. - - - . ...... ..n iiuvui fcein and give us the cheerful aide of farming wo'ro goln" to run our own l,al'erf hy . rural telephone and radio sal, a Juniata Valley man in the Penn - Harrls lust night. "Now, dont go atlckln' my name in your colyum. but listen. You fellowa nave been glvin' us peach moth, Itypsy moth. Jap beetle, army worm, grasshoppers und seventeen year old loeusu long enough and I wish .trunk Willits would pet out ond see soinethln' cheerful. Jf ho would tell you fellows about the 45U bushel po - tnto raisin' that's being tried,, the big ears of corn und tho way people aro raisin' hogs it would bo more cheerful. You fellows don't know what a rural telephone line or a radio ' is at night, It's got your pupcrs.uu ueatcn." 4 4 HarrlHburg'a annual onslaught' on oysters began yesterday and was raging fiercely to - day. "Farmer Week" is tho biggest week for oysters Harrisburg knows.. People from tho country, to whom oysters are a luxury, are here by thousands and gojntt right down the list of the five standard ways Harrisburg prepares oysters and of which the State Capital luncher knows so little when ho ought to know more. The consumption of oysters in Harrisburg this week will be something "gosh awful" in the language of a "biscuit shoot er" in one of the restaurants. That nttie girl said she served a hundred "fries" last night and welcomed one sophisticated woman ' who wanted mem "scolloped. ' . SHORT WALKS W AND , ABOUT HARRISBURG it seems hard to realize when Harrisburg "was hardly the size of HUmmelstown it was publishing dooks, and that before 1800 it had won some note among the Pennsyl vania and Maryland . people 'who aeait in publications for what came trom its presses. In tho State Li brary, only a short' walk, from the busiest part of the city, is a collection of Harrisburg imprints of rare interest. It was assembled during me aunumirauons or, JJrs. Thomas Lynch Montgomery and Georee P. Donehoo, Norman - ; D.i Gray, the assistant librarian, taking great pains to raaKe it as complete as funds al lowed, - ,. This collection is kept under iock ana Key, and few people get to see it. - The books are not. replaceable and much handling would harm some of them, owir.sr. - to . - tka state in which they . . were when bought; and the desire to maintain them as close to the original state as possible. There is a copy of one ot the first books printed here, possibly the first, one issued by John Wyeth and John W, Allen in 1,793. A book published by Benjamin Mayer, whose: name is scarcely known in .Harrisburg history : is dated 1799. In 1804 Mr. Wyeth, who published ' the Oracle of .Dauphin from 1792 until he retired in 1827 and was succeeded by his son, Francis Wyeth, published a - five - volume edition of Tristram Shandy "in leather with gilt titles. ' ; He also issued books by Smollett and other famous authors. These titles came out prior to the War of 1812 and be fore Harrisburg won its fight to be the State capital. There are other bookrin the collection on the Hill, including some from the presses of Joshua Elder, Weistling, Hamilton. Wheit, Cameron and Krause, Gleim, Mowry and others identified with printing long years ago. There were German as well - as. English editions., All of which goes to show that Harrisburg in its younger days appreciated books as much - - aa to - day. A. B. H.

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