Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on November 29, 1929 · Page 10
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si i it I ! 8 8 Si 8 B K S I 8 10 FRIDAY EVENING HARRISBURG tft TELEGRAPH NOVEMBER 29, 1929 What Better Gift to Start Him or Her on The Road to Success? Some day not so far off your boy or girl will have to make his or her own living. They will be bet ter prepared if they have had business training. Why not use some of your Christmas Savings Check to help them prepare for the future? The Door is always open to business - trained people. Them alms room for ' IfiUDfJED Courses: Bookkeeping, Higher Accountancy, Shorthand, Stenotypy, Typewriting, English, Etc. CENTRAL PENHA. BUSINESS COLLEGE 'Harrisburj's Best Business College" " . . " BeU 9724 323 MARKET STREET C. V. 5130 PEACE PROPOSAL HALTS WAR UPON CHINESE FRONT . New Effort Made to Settle Railway Ownership Dispute in Far East By Associated Press ; Nankin;, China, Nov. 29. The Nanking Central Chinese N government moved to - day to solve its quarrel 'with Soviet Russia over ownership and management of the Chinese Eastern Railway built by the Czars in Manchuria. Meanwhile S Font Pomf nrf I If s you suffer from. foot g trouble, the next few weeks w will be a nightmare. Shops' ping all day - preparing for U the holidays social demands, all will put an unusual strain p upon your feet. Assure , ut - B most comfort - . by. wearing jf shoes which are correctly fit - M ted by our scientific method. $5 and $6 X - ray Fitting at - Nr Additional Cost 416 N. Third St. Arch' Supports and Professional Shoe f itting ARCH - AID SHOE SHOP Hsrrisburr, Ps. BeU Phono 471S anOTiKRisaaL A' Small Deposit WU1 Reserve Any Article THE world is turning to utility, still keeping in mind the desire for beauty in everything. That's why electrical servants make such popular gifts. When not in use objects of taste and charm as added loveliness for a home's, appointments. But when needed always present to quietly and efficiently perform any task. Splendid gift suggestions for you here. See them today. . LET US SUGGEST Sandwich Toasters Waffle Irons Hot Cake Griddles Egg Cookers Flashlights Soldering Irons . Drink Heaters Electric Cleaners Hair Driers Irons in All Sizes "American Flyer" Trains Percolators Heaters Flashlights - ', Telechron Electric Clocks Heating Pads Radio Tubes Curling Irons Vibrators Desk Lamps Automatic Toasters , "Universal" Electric Ranges it was reported actual military hostilities in Manchuria had ceased. But in a note forwarded to the Moscow government from the Chinese ambassador at Berlin there was a distinct belligerent tone." It was said that rejection of the Chinese terms "will Indicate Russia entertains warlike ambitions toward China. The National government will be prepared to meet the Soviet move accordingly." Officially Denied CT. Wang, Nanking foreign minister, denied emphatically official announcements at Moscow that the Manchurian provincial government at Mukden had moved for conciliation of the railroad dispute, meeting the Russian demands. Wang said the Moscow reports were "false, groundless, and never existed." Soviet military operations in Manchuria seemed to have ceased at least partially, although an air bombing raid was made on the new Chinese military headquarters at Buchatu yesterday. A nationalist foreign office statement said a telegram had been received from Chang Tso - Ping, Chinese minister to Germany, stating he had delivered to the Soviet government representative proposals, first, that a Sino - Russian joint commission to investigate border conditions be formed, and, second, withdrawal of troops by both sides to at least thirty miles from the border. LAFAYETTE WILL DEDICATE NEW HALL Easton, Nov. 29. (P) The John Markle Mining Engineering Hall at Lafayette College will" be dedicated here December 6. Mayor Harry A. Mackey, - of Philadelphia, wiU.be one of the luncheon speakers and Gov ernor John S. Fisher will attend the ceremonies. The hall which is the gift of John Markle, of New York, graduate of the Department of Mining Engi heering of Lafayette in 1880 and a trustee of the college, contains a mining museum, department library, mineralogy, petrology and economic geology laboratories : with lecture rooms, together with assaying and metallurgical laboratories and class rooms. - The ceremonies will start at the college at 11 a. n. with the aca demic procession after which the dedicatory address will be given by William Otis Hotchkiss, president of Michigan College of Mines. The de livery of the keys of the hall to Judge Edward J. Fox, president of the Board of Trustees, by the archi tect, Charles Klauder, will follow. - The conference on "Relations of Mining Engineering to industry," under the direction of Professor William Bertolette Plank, head of the department of mining engineer ing, will be held Saturday, December 7. Inspection tours to various manu facturing plants around Easton as well as a conference of Lafayette Seniors with the visiting delegates orr the "Choice of a Career" will conclude the afternoon program. 3 CHILDREN DROVH AS PARENTS BATTLE ICE TO SAVE THEM Mother of 9 Rescued by 1 1 - Year - OId Son With Vain Attempt Augusta, Maine, Nov. 29. Three small children were drowned as they fell through thin ice on Two Mile Brook, near '' here, : yesterday, and their parents, Mr..and,Mrs. Eugene H. - Parlin, nearly ( Sacrificed their own lives in their frantic rescue At tempts. The children were Beatrice, 5; Irene, 6, and Catherine Alberta, 8. Mrs. Nellie Parlin, in a s critical condition from shock and exposure, may not recover. She was dragged from the icy water by her 11 - year - old sonr Levitt, one pf the nine Parlin children. The youngest of the Parlin children was born but three weeks ago. The father, summoned from his work in an Augusta garagee, hasten ed the two miles to their pome. He rushed to the brook which traverses the Parlin farm within seventy - five yards of the house. In his endeavors to recover the bodies of the chil dren he was swept under the anchor ice of the stream and with diffi culty was pulled to safety by his own brother. LowelL He was under a physician's care to - day. Bodies of two of the young Lis ters were quickly recovered, but dif ficulty attended the finding of the third. Searchers were about to resort to grappling irons when William Howard, a neighbor, brought it to the surface. " ' Artificial respiration was used unsuccessfully for several hours in an attempt to resuscitate the victims. FORMER FILM STAR OBTAINS DIVORCE Baltimore, Nov. 29. Mrs. Mary Gleckler, who several years ago, was a featured player of the films under the name of Norma Phillips, has obtained a divorce from Robert P. Gleckler. Gleckler played the Racketeer in the stage play, ' Broadway," and later appeared as DO YOU KNOW You can buy a correct reproduction of the Governor Winthrop Desk made of Genuine Mahogany, at Wick Snell, nser - do - well newspaperman in the film version of ".Gentlemen of the Press." - Mrs. Gleckler's petition charged that her husband had deserted her in 1926 after six years of married life, telling her that he did not want to live with her any longer. Bring Verdict in Ten Minutes Meadville, Nov. 29. (X) It took, a Jury JO minutes to find Carl Mullen, charged with forgery, to be guilty as indicted. The jury had time only to retire from the court room to its chambers before it returned with a verdict. i MRBEGAS I 1 AND COMPANY New Cumberland . FOR This desk is 36 inches wide, fitted with automatic slides and beautifully finished. WHY PAY MORE? (E Butts Variety That You Will Not Find Elsewhere in the City 50c to $20 .00 Unusual Greeting Cards and Gift Wrappings Art and Gift Shop M. EMMA KUNKEL ' V 105 North Second Street Store Open Saturday Evenings Until Christmas Gives Recipe For Longevity Lewisburg.JJov. 29. (JP) Mrs. Jane Himmelreich, who hopes to celebrate her 100th birthday anniversary next year, declares that the recipe for longevity is plenty of sleep, substantial food, little leisure time and to take life's incidents cheerfully, .", - Mrs. Himmelreich is the oldest resident of Union county and is a follower of the fortunes of Bucknell football teams. When she was young the institution had not been founded. She believes in prohibition, thinks women should not meddle in politics, and is fond of coffee. She wears glasses and reads the "big letters" in the newspapers. Knitting - is , her chief occupation. Baltimore Bank Sells Farm Land Towanda, Nov. 29. Hard times have hit the farm belt in the northern tier counties and recently thirty - four farms were sold in one day by the Federal Land Bank, of Baltimore, in the courthouse here. They included over 5000 acres and the average price was about $8 an acre. Many of the farms are now unoccupied, but most of them had good buildings. The sale attracted one of the largest crowds ever gathered here. Fifty - One Years in Same House New Castle, Nov. 29. Joseph Shaefnocker, who recently succumbed to illness, lived the entire 51 years of his life in the house In which he was born. BRIGHTEN XMAS WITH BEAUTIFUL ELECTRIC TREE LIGHTS Dauphin Electrical Supplies Co. - ..JOHNS. MUSSER, President, v 434 - 456 MARKET STREET "The Store of Praciidaland' Useful Gifts" , State NevG in Brief Gettysburg: Mrs. Frederick Stalb, 51, seriously . wounded while being shown by her 12 - year - old son, Wil liam, now to load a rifle. Berwick Gus Moore, University of Pittsburgh star, shows his winged heels to fleetest and most enduring of middle distance runners of East and Canada to capture twentieth annual Berwick marathon before crowd - of 30.000. , Willia import While hunting on farm near Montgomery, Roy Schlebener, 24, accidentally shot and killed when his cousin, Martin Schlebener, fired at rabbit. v Pittsburgh Heleiu Jackson, - 6, dies of burns received when her clothes ignited as she played before gas heater. , Loretta Wounded while hunting rabbits, Gathorn Bland, 33, of Cres - son, dies before medical attention could be obtained. Philadelphia Stating that any man who wants to be governor of Pennsylvania after having served as mayor of Philadelphia "should have his head examined," Mayor Harry A. Mackey declares he would not accept the post if It were ."offered on a silver platter." . y' Lebanon Mrs. Margaret R. Up - degraph, 52, Harrisburg, killed when automobile - driven by daughter, Ethel, 21, skids and overturns in Cornwall, near here. Wllkes - Barre William Hereford, Negro bartender, held in $1000 ball after dry squad raids Finns Hotel and seize three barrels of beer ana alleged liouor. v; " ' I I1 M ' i I Mtndise J Zil Our Big Christmas Sale of js Arr iamondo Wattches ; 1 S, y - Vi I i ., ' umm FT Is Now on Choose Your Xmas Gifts Now : Only 21 More Days Remain People who already have chosen their gifts at this store say that we are offering the greatest value in jewelry that they have ever seen. Come in and see for yourself. You, too, can save much money on your Christmas shopping and at the same time get reliable merchandise. A small deposit will re serve any article in this store until Xmas. Ladies' and Gents' Diamond Rings "THE EVERLASTING GIFT" One, tray of Ladles' and Cents' Genuine Blue White , Diamond Rings, richly engraved white gold mountings. These rings were bought to sell at $100 each, but for a special they will be sold at only ..q FOR SATURDAY ONLY n iff Ladies' Watches Pine Jeweled Movement, absolutely guaranteed accurate time piece, latest model engraved cases, with band to. match. Regular value, $15.00. Special, . y2 Other watches up to $85.00. AH veil known makes. Silverware 26 - plece Silver Set, guaranteed 15 years by manufacturer, service for six. Regular $15.00 value. i2 fflti 7.50 Others priced to $69.50 Gents' Strap Watches Extra fine Jeweled Movement, latest Model, engraved case. Illuminated dial, with second hand, band to match. Sell regular for $12.50. Special, , 12 Price Other watches up to 50. All well known Mantel Clocks Genuine mahogany case, 8 - day Movement, strikes on hour and half hour. Regular price $12.00. Special for only, i2ffltt$5.9S Also kitchen, electric, banjo and chime clocks at greatly reduced prices. .... Here Are Other Xmas Gift Suggestions For Any Member of the Family Ivor - Lold Sets ........... $10.00 up Military Sets . . ... . . . .i.,..$3.00 up Pearls .,.$3.00 up Cigaret Lighters ....... i . . .$4.00 up Cuff Links . . . . . . .". , , . $1.50 up Mesh Bags ........ . . . . . . . $4.00 up Vanities .,... $3.50 up Tea Sets $5.90 up Casseroles $4.50 up Bill Folds .... ...... .. ...$3.00 up Cigaret Cases . ....... , . . $1.50 up Fountain Pen Sets ........$3.50 up. Signet Rings (solid gold) ... $5.00 up Birthstone Rings . . ..... . .$10.00 up Watch Chains $3.00 up Cigaret Cases with Lighter to match . . . . . . . . . .$7.Q0 up Pocket Watches with Chain and Knife .,...$19.95 Also Silver Candlesticks, Sugar and Creamer, Fruit Bowls, Etc. Other Gifts Too Numerous to Mention A USEFUL GIFT TO EVERY CUSTOMER TERMS ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE mu u fete' & 18 North Fourth Street Evenings WAv ..(?T

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