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IN TOUR OF STATE
Great Audience Applauds
Exposure of Penrose's
Record at Allentown.
Candidate in Cumberland
AtitiCNTOWN, Pa., Oct. 29.-ConBrcss-man
A. Mitchell Palmer, Demoerntlc can
didate for Senator, loft hero to tour the
Cumberlund Vntloy. Ho will address
meetings at Mechanlcsbure, Carlisle,
Newvillc, Shlpiiensburi; and Grccncautlo
during tlio day. Night nicotines will bo
held at Waynesboro and Chambersburff.
More than MO persons heard tlio candi
dates speak hero last night. Mr. Palmer
was received with enthusiasm when ho
appeared on tho platform of the Mcaley
Auditorium. In nttacklng Penrose, Con
gressman Palmer said, although the senior
Senator from Pennsylvania Is now nnd
always has been vociferous about saving
tho nation from tlio handB of Its political
enemies, he has nover written or Intro
duced n single bill that would hand down
hi n&mo to posterity.
Mr. Palmor said that Senator Penrose's
calamity bowlings on tho ground that tho
Underwood tariff would bring ruin to tho
country wero a "delusion nnd a snare."
This was received with loud cheering by
Republicans and Progressives In tho
Reviewing Senator Tcnroso's record as n
legislator, Congressman Palmer proved
that In tho courso of his 30 years' career
Senator Pcnroso has never Introduced or
ucceeded In getting passed any Important
My course In Congress Is an open
book," said Mr. Palmer. "Penrose has
told my friends In Northampton County
that I betrayed them and their Industries
by my support of tho Democratic tariff.
I know that great Industries there are
busy and I know my people Tho answer
that I fling back Into tho teeth of Boles
Penrose Is that my people havo returned
me to Congress with a greater majority
Washington pnrty leaders In Lehigh
County admit that there Is a strong Bcntl
ment In tholr ranks for Mr. Palmer. Doo
tor Brumbaugh Is also a favorite with
many Washington party members who
aro displeased with tho surrender of tho
Progressives to the Democrats In tho In
dorsement of Mr. McCormlck.
COLLEGE MEN FOR PALMER
IN ACTIVE CAMPAIGN
league Sends Literature Broadcast
Denouncing Penrose's Candidacy.
SCRANTON, Pn., Oct. 13. "Clean houso
In Pennsylvania, and keep It clean. All
real men wnnt good nnd clean govern
ment. College men especially know what
(rood prvi-rnmtnt inran, . nl tr i".t it
will take the support of ever' Indepen
dent voter In the. Stato. Every man who
Is opposed to tho present wastoful and
purely machine form of government In
this State a government by professional
politicians for their own boncllt Is here
by asked to unite with other real men In
the coming election to support tho can
didates for Senator and Governor of this
State who are strongest nnd theroforo
best able to defeat the present political
Tho foregoing Is contained In tho cir
culars which havo boon sent broadcast
throughout the State to college men by
the Palmer-McCormlck College Men's
League of Northwestern Pennsylvania,
with headquarters In this city.
The College Men's Lengue here has
been untiring In Its efforts to securo bet
ter govtrment for Pi nnsvlvnnla Ilfiulcil
by Huge Jennings, mnnager of tho De
troit American League baseball team,
who practices law In this city; Henry
Belln. Jr., a vice president of tho i:. I
du Pont Powder Compnnv, nnd otli'-r
well-known Scranton residents, tho com
mittee In chargo of tho college men's
campaign for better government has ap
pealed directly to practically every col
lege man In this section of tho State.
Tho circular reads In part:
"This Is no tuno to bo misled bv falla
cious arguments., such as the reprpii-nta-tlon
of Tenrosf as tho 'chnmplon of
American Industry' nnd tho 'apostle of
protection.' American Industry Is In no
danger of suffering from foreign compe
tition for many years to come, as any
tuuiKing man must namlt. and this cry is
only raised to obscure the real Issue, nnd
that Is, whether tho machine rule Is to
continue throughout this State or whether
Its people as a whole aro at last to havo
CHESTER COUNTY IGNORES
PENROSE IN RECEPTION PLAN
Brumbaugh to be Entertained In
WEST CHESTER. Pa , Oct. 2D. -Doctor
Brumbaugh will visit this town not Sat
urday night, and an Incident of his en
tertainment will bo a reception by T.
jjrry Eyro at his home, "Eyrevlew."
he most conspicuous feature of the
coming event In tho minds of West
theater Republicans and of the patty
roiiowers throughout this section of
i-nester County is the absence of Sen
ator Penrose's name from the posters
announcing It. The omission Is highly
"tlsfylng to the great majority of tho
townspeople Interested In Doctor Brum
faugh s candidacy for Governor.
Republicans will be present from every
part of the county and they will bo of
ine kind thnt will glvo nrmnbaugh their
nnofe-hearteil m.nnn.i r. i,..inn .1.,
Penrose's following in Chester County
growing less as the campaign draws
jo a. close. In the borough of Coatesvllle
"a opposition Is so pronounced that bets
! .u "? offere' that ho will not receive
one-third of tho Republican vote. In
ine western section of the county tho
wJL6 .fPlr'.t cxlstH- In Bllarl contrast
with tills Is the fact that careful can
vassing of reliable men throughout the
county shows that Doctor Brumbaugh's
.. Sth Is 8rowir.' dall'. nnd that the
it .c for,h,m wU bo such as carry with
"the dei-p bense of regard and onll
0C9 which the people impose In him.
REWARDS FOR EVIDENCE
Palmer-McCormick Committee Offers
More Than $50,000.
offirln ihan. mm '" awards will ba
mm. b.y the 1'aJmer-McCornilck Com
ilinH .f " IIulur-'d for evidence of
111.1.1 n ,rauds et 'luesdaj. Attempted
nrnt practlces on election day will bu
Mt, ?!ta "heth"- the offciie is com
mitted In Philadelphia or up-State.
H(tvT rewara wl avorase fioin J3C0 to
cftaU.CCv ns '? U' K"vlty of the
Yellow placards inscribed with
cue announraniAnf a.,ri in.i...nii .. ,.,
M posted throughout the State,
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coiumittee h.j " "" rcporiea to me committee
headquarters, 9 North 2d street, HarrU-
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corner of 11th awl Cutbbert
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cuplel by state Senator Batnu I
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REGISTRATION FIGURES SHOW
GREAT REPUBLICAN GAIN
Vote Increased 445,050 Over 1012
and 30,034 Over Spring Enrolment.
Republican and Prohibition parties are
the only ones to show a gain over 1912, ac
cording to registration Jlgures given out
toduy by tho Republican State Commit
tee. Theso show that the Republican
gain Is 443,039 over the 1912 vote nnd 30,931
over tho enrolment made last spring.
The Piohibittonlsts gained 1403 since
last spring, tho table sets forth. Tho
Washington party, with a total registra
tion of 4,ltS, Is shown to have lost 370,r2S
since 1912. Its enrolment last spring was
Tho Democrats lost CS.S02 since 1912, and
17,782 slnco the spring enrolment, the Re
publican figures show. Socialist losses
slnco last spring wero 2014. In eight
counties tho spring enrollment (lgures
were used for purposes of comparison
with the 1912 vote, ns it was Impossible
to got figures for tho registration. These
counties aro Cambria, Chester, Erie,
Lebanon. Mercer, Pike, Union and York,
six of which nro normally Republican.
The Washington party Is known as the
"Bull Moose" party and it has enrolled
1211 under that name, which Increases
tho Washington party figures to about
Registration figures for tho State follow:
nepubll- Demo- WrsIi-
cun. cratlc. lngton.
Adams I'.SfiO U,37."i 373
Allegheny 113,312 2o.o OOiU
Armttrong S..10O 3,24 KO
Heaver 7.SC0 2.757 1.K02
IleiUurd 3,330 8,111 873
lierks (I,0ii3 0,3.12 l.fiuj
Hlalr 11.7U3 4,:l(l 1,227
Ilrjilforil 4,i!U l.tiffl 1,073
l!uck3 U.KU 7,7,7 1,024
llutlcr I!, 70S 4,30(1 32a
I'ambrla 12,74a 7.S32 1,1)91
("n melon .--,! am ;jn
L.irOou 2,13.'! 4,a!4 M5
Centro 4,7::.-, 4,'II5 42
Cl-.cster !,.V:S 3.330 N7(l
Clarion :i.3ll 4.317 16t
t-IfarfltlJ 7.17(1 0.1111 1137
Clinton 2,:iRl 2,100 203
Columbia 1.4S.1 4,1.'I2 7S.1
ciaufunt ti,:i74 4,3:1s r.3S
1 uinU'rlanil 3,31'! 0,135 OW
Daupltln ., i:(,220 0071 1.H47
Uel.iuure 13 S72 4.33(1 dil
i:i k 1,713 2.M2 C41
Krle 0,37! 5.110 352
duetto lO.fiSl 7.2111 421
I'orcW 1,11(1 1'17 40
rrmiklin 4..1UU 3.R.12 OCU
I'ultcn (HI 0S4 ftl
(ircono 2.37S 4,Ki 124
Huntingdon .... 3,!0O 1.1m ) l.'JtS
Indian l 110 1.741 1,308
Jetrrrsan 3.075 2.SS1 1.U70
Juniata 1.4'.iS l.KH 07
Ickannnna .... 12,:-t-'t 10.CI2 ''!
Iiiuutcr 1(1,371 8,141 100
Lawrence 0,317 l.f.Sl 370
lAibannn riSl 2.300 1,078
Lvhigh 7.7S1 11.112 1,230
Luzerne 27,213 22.7m! 1.07(1
!.Somlnn s,5S') 5,(Sia I4S
Mck'cin !!,4I7 1.RIIS l.Od'I
MeroiT O.OII H.S.1ii 1,203
Jllfllln 2,200 1.4CO 320
Mouroo 1.200 2.2( 6U
MontKomery .... 21.1W i:i,2S2 2,0t3
Montniir l.SOS S'17 Ml
Northampton ... b.o'.U 12,020 010
N'lrthumLerlsnd. O.iXiO 10,000 l00
I'erry 2.00i 1.030 400
Philadelphia ....ISO.O'lil 24,311 10.211
I'lUe 270 1.170 211
I'ntter l.W2 l.iu. 7JT
S'-huHKIll 17.120 14.031 1.417
.Snd.r 2.0.W 1.0.K 411
Soniorset 7.4(lt 2,354 1.251
Sullnan HI 750 hi
Susquehanna ... 3.40.8 3,310 577
Tluga 4.213 1.4SI) 2.781
I'nlon I.KIT T87 21T
VeiiMica 4.01T 1.813 311
rrcn 2.203 1.213 US')
Washington .... W.RI5 Mil 2.110
Wayno 2,321 2.22
Westmoreland ... 10.07T 10.7S7 8.1
WjomlnK 1.U2 1.177 311
York IM31 18.115 03.1
INJURED CHILD NOT TREATED
Struck by Auto, Mother Refuses to
Let Physicians Administer,
The removal of an Injured boy from
tht- Mi'du'i-' lilrurrl. al Hospital b hw
mother before physicians had treated him
was severely censured by Magistrate
Tracy today In the 15th and Vine streets
nnhc.i station. At the same time tho
Magistrate held In 1500 ball for further "
hairing John T. iioyil, 3WJ .Ninth i.tii
street, who was operating a motorcar,
which struck the lad.
The Injured boy is John Adanzlnck. 8
5 cars old, -II North 23J street He was
knocked down at 23d and Rac streets
Ilecauke the child cried when taken to
tho hospital his mother refuted to permit
physicians to dress lacerations in his scalp
and took him home The boy's father
admitted today no physician had been
called to attend to his son.
Hamilton Watches i
U' bate soli 'Hamilton ' from their
beginning Tlu eupcrior uatebe are
watte for th man who d4ninde a per
Gold Filled $25 up
14 lit. Gold $50 up
C. R. SMITH & SON
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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER
TONIGHT LAST BIG
EYENT OF CAMPAIGN
Candidate Will Declare His
Principles and Platform
to Philadelphians at Acad
emy of Music Meeting.
The republican rally In the Academy of
Music tonight will bo the culminating
event In tho campaign of Dr. Martin
G. Brumbaugh for Governor.
William T. Tilden, president of tho
Union League, will preside at tho meet
ing. A parade of the Ttenubllcan sun-
porters will be held on Broad street prior
to tho meeting, at which nddrcBscs are to
be made by candidates for State olllces
Tho principal address will be made by
Doctor Brumbaugh, who will review the
principles and platform on which he
bases his fight for the Governorship.
Other speakers will be cx-Oovcrnor Ed
win S. Stuart. Dimner Beeber. chairman
of the Brumbaugh Citizens' Committee;
General Thomas J. Stewart, Representa
tive J. Hampton Moore, ex-Attorney Gen
eral of Pennsylvania Hampton L. Car
son, Hepresentntlve George S. Grnham,
Frank B. McClnln nominee for Lieuten
ant Governor; Henry Houck, nominee for
Secretary of Internal Affairs; John It.
K. Scott, nominee for Representatlve-at-large,
and Senator Penrose.
NAME ELECTION OFFICIALS
204 Vacancies on Boards Filled by
Judges Italston and Stnake, In Court
nf Common Pleas No. 5. today heard pe
titions and made appointments to 'fill
vacancies In election boards throughout
tho city caused by resignations, death or
removals. All the political parties were
represented, but thero wero no contests
or clashes between counsel. Horace
Dawson anff Frederick S. Drake repre
sented the Washington Party petitioners;
I A. Qulnn, Democrats, and Joseph S.
Thero wore 64 vacancies filled. The
nppeal of James Burns, Washington
Pnrty man, from the decision of tho
Registration Board strlhjng his namn
trom the list of voters fn the 11th Dlvl
rion of the 8th Ward, was withdrawn.
Burns rented a room from Doctor Olsho,
220 South lfith street, from where ho reg
istered as a voter, but It was proven he
did not occupy tho room and kept all his
personal effects at 217 South Broad street.
Burns' name was stricken from the list
of voters In the Uth Division of the 8th
Ward. His right to vote there was con
tested by Attorney McLaughlin.
BURGLARS PUT TO FLIGHT
Heard by Intended Victim, Who
The timely awakening of R. T. Dooner,
n photographer of 1629 Chestnut street,
prevented his house In Germantown from
being robbed early this morning and
brought out a group of policemen from
tho Uermantown station, who searched
the neighborhood In vain for the robbers.
Mr. Dooner, who lives at 6253 Jefferson
street, heard noises In the tear of the
house about 3 o'clock this morning. He
"""" " wmS0V
"'"? had been
ana snouted. An at
made to force a back
Groteque-Face Fancy Cake
Odd Shapes In lea Cream
Nut, Fig and Date
Pumpkin Pie thick filling
ever to tempting H
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ra. ir.PLi jj a 1 1 y 1 w
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YOU EVER BUY 'REAL ESTATE?
ROAD IN PITTSBURGH
Mngeo Faction Indiferent and Even
Oliver Men's Support Is Weak.
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 2fl.-Wonder Is ex
pressed horo that the followers of former
Mayor William A. Mageo aro not more
enthusiastic In their support of Penrose,
nnd open charges are being made that
Mageo would bo glad to see Penrose lose,
Just to let the Oliver peoplo see that they
nro not supremo In Allegheny County.
The Oliver faction has been gotng along
In this campaign Ignoring tho supporters
of tho former Mayor, and consequently
there is little unanimity of effort for tho
"We will win without tho Magcc peo
ple," declared tho McAfec-Ollver-Blgelow-Armstronjr
combination; but they now
reallzo that they are not able to cope
with tho combined efforts of the Demo
crats nnd the Washington party, and are
crying out for help from Mngee.
But It now appears that even the Oli
ver peoplo are not putting their wholo
heart into tho fight for Pcnroso. It
hasn't been so many yenrs slnco Oliver
cupportcd tho Democratic candidate for
City Controller and tho fusion candidate
for Mayor. And when he was rid of
those he didn't like the Junior Senator
again became n Republican.
For years. In fact slnco Oliver has been
a Senator, he has been abused becauso of
his attachment to Penrose. Some of thoso
close to him declare thnt Oliver's chanco
to get rid of Penrose will come next Tues
day, and It is freely predicted thnt Mr.
Penrose may havo a rude uwakening next
The big men of tho Mageo faction aro
"too busy with business" affairs to take
active part in tho campaign, although
they were Just as much engrossed In
buslnoss when they worked tooth and
nail to elect John K. Tener Governor.
With tno Magoo faction not moving one
way or the other, and the attitude of the
Oliver forces In .doubt, although they
have full charge of tho camnalen. tho
outlook for Penrose Is anything but en
couraging. If Tenrosc wins one legislative district
outside the city, thoso who are offering
2 to 1 on this proposition will bo sur
prised. Thoso who wager on elections
are betting 2 to 1 that Penrose loses tho
county outside the city, and even money
th4t his majority In the county will be
less than 5000.
There Isn't a candidate for the Legis
lature or Stato Senator that is game
enough to speak for Penrose, nnd. fenr
Ing the fusion movement, they are will
ing to trade any candidate to save them
selves. HARTE APPOINTS FIRST
CITY HYRIFMP MIIRQC
Mrs. Ella Xehner Will Work Among
Children in Congested Sections.
lent of nin'i.h i ' T, Ul DPart-I
lent or Health and Charities, tnrim. nn.
?h HrM w? ,hJw-Mw .trcet.
as the Ilrst of 10 city nurses allowed his
uci"iimt.-iii uj- appropriation of Councils.
Mrs. Lchner will assume her duties nt
once In tho child hygleno division. She
will work In the congested section of the
city among the poor.
Doctor Harto has asked in his 1915 bud
get for an appropriation of T,oeo for the
child hygleno division, if thnt appropria
tion Is granted, tho number nf nnrU i
tho division will bo increased from 13 to I
iu nexi year, ana otner extensions of tho
work wilt bo made.
E The One Real Live Ji '
g Spot in Phila. Jk '
Danse de Danccland
Tomorrow Night and Saturday Night
Dance of the Witches
Continuous round of fun with the
SPECIXL tor next Monday mht-! 1
Million Hollar Pier instructors' dance ' 1
i...iiujiwuiib oy :ur. .Miner and Miss
Carlm, Mr. Rome and Mis Lever;
also Amateur One-Step Contest Four
ueautmti prizes, hoinethinp; always
doing every evening at the Leading
Dancing Place of Philadelphia
20th and Montgomery Ave.
auccejTu, young advertising man (23)
wishes to make flood connection In Phlla
delpma Now anletant advertising man
0er 'or bla New York manufacturer.
229. P jblla Ledger. -
rour car nara-ai
tlve, energy Full
HUNT FOR AUTOIST
WHO KILLED YOUTH
Well-known Physicians Cap
tured After Chase and
Then Released Alleged
Bloodstains Cause Motor
Two well-known Glrard avenue phy
sicians, arrested on suspicion of causing
tho death of Karl Croll, is years old,
3800 Cambridge street, who was knocked
down by a speeding motor car at Glrard
avenue and 3Sth streot, were arraigned
today beforo Magistrate Doyle, In the
3Dth street and Lancaster avenuo police
station, but discharged when no evidence
against them could be found. A thltd
man was arrested In another part of
the city and taken to Central Station.
The physicians aro Dr. De Forrest
Kwlng, 2014 Glrard avenue, and Dr. Karl
Stoejuei, 2T30 Giratd avenuo. The other
man ia Philip Smart, 1216 North 20th
street. Ho was arrested while driving
a car said to have been taken from the
Uollevue-Stratford garage on Tuesday
night Tho police say the car had blood
stains on tho hood and mudguard.
Croll was struck as ho alighted from
a a lrard avenuo street car last night.
His skull was crushed and physicians
at tho Presbyterian Hospital say he was
When Sergeant Leonard from the Lan
caster avenuo and 39th street police sta
tion reached tho scene of tho accident
a croud had collected. Persons told him
a largo turning car going TO miles an
hour had struck young Croll,
While tho sergeant was questioning
witnesses, Doctors lowing nnd ritolper
were sighted In a large elIow touring
car. The crowd shouted, "Hero they
come back," and Sergeant Leonard made
nn nttempt to halt tho approaching car.
The physicians refused to stop, the poltco
say, and drove their car at greater speed
Leonard impressed a passing automobile
Into sc-rvlco and followed the yellow car.
Tllfl ta'n dnnrnrta WrtM tinltnrl n th nn.
per end of Belmont avenue near City
,'i,1 nfler ftn editing chaso through the
jar;( ,iurln. whjch Sargeant Leonard
men bovcrai snots irom 111s reoier.
At tho police station today thej proved
j they were not in tl.e neighborhood of
'oung Croll uas killed. A stop as not
,.i .. 1 t .1 . ... ... .... ..
'halt their car. they said, because the
1 . .
In the p.irluncf of
the ktrrrt. tllU l a
WII l.i: u( 11 Hatch
kiilf It embraces
mer 1(10 tlmenleeea.
burli a kIeuhMc uutrli purtj imilil nut tome
ubout li) clmlue. . u matter 11 f fuel. II
tutu been In the iiuKinK for weekn. It re
ijulreil the closest Llud ut bujlns and then
Klmtlnic our imn pruttts to tt!mut nullilng
llmt tline ulue tun lie unnuuiiced. Truly,
the men uf IliU lutullt) liaie ueter before
hud but It u ttatrh opportunlt) 31all urUer
CARAT Pure White
l Hrilliant Solita
sVftC- IM J MflWH t
him us (5
'4 l-ttrat. (IS H, TarsU. 85
Jy t'arut. S3S Hi furut. fits
c 1 1 ... ur"- " CuruL. I5
vlil Kith out Guarantee ot money ba k
irM i ptr - n nn one ear
IO CUTTIU Or DIAMOND "
I qfc. iTTirira
Foun,t,n Pen8 Repaired
r-V $ y q
crowd seemed belligerent nnd the physi
cians did not know what was wrong.
Special policemen Roseboro and Farmer,
of tho Lancaster avenue and 30th street
station, are working on a clue which
thoy say will lead to the arrest of per
sons responsible for Croll's death.
The young man was an athlete nnd a
graduate of the Belmont School, 41st nnd
Brown streets. Ho was, until his death,
a student at St Joseph's College. Glrard
avenue nnd ISth street. He wns return
ing from tho Mount Morlah Club. 63d
street and Woodland avenue, when the
speeding motor car Btruck him.
He will bo burled on Monday In "West
GERMANTOWN EDITOR LEFT
$20,500 ESTATE TO FAMILY
Will of Walter H. Bonsall Admitted
Walter II. Bonsall, former editor of
the Germantown Guide, who died re
cently at 100 Harvey street. Germantown,
left his estate of $20,0 to his widow and
children. His will was admitted to pro
Other wills probated today were those
of Ann L. Scott. 1522 South Moyamen
slng avenue, disposing of an estate of
JOCCO; William Harley, 2f31 Kensington
avenue, $6015; Henry Waugh, S13I Glrard
avenue, MOO; Lena K. Spaeth, 1121 West
Lehigh avenue, JSOuO; Margaretta Jncobs,
i560 North Warnock street, JI000, and
Mary H. Kay, 2513 North 13th street.
Lcttrs wero granted In the Intestate
estates of Matilda Gessner. 3I1G Walnut
street, valued at $10o, and Hleanor It.
wiiuams. isis rvorth 27th street. 30.
Personal property of tlio estate of Lucy
Jones has been appraised at $11, 64; Cnro
lino M. Campbell, $2S33 71; Charles M
Whltnlght, J2S63.75; Eliza A. Williams
J2S49.75. and Catherine M. Richardson.'
City Treasury Statement
Receipts nt the City Treasury In the
last seven days amounted to $223,307 C2
Payments In the same period aggregated
$39S,357 5l. The balance in the treasury
with the balance from last week, not
Including tho Sinking Fund account,
amounted to $15,61S,e39.02 Wednesday
The Wages of
Dear is the price you pay
for neglecting to overcome
f Acid-Mouth." (Statistics
prove that 95 of us have it.)
Tiny cavities appear, be
cause unseen (but very busy)
mouth acids work upon your
teeth, finally breaking down
the outside, protecting
has the invaluable property
of stopping "Acid-Mouth."
Acids in the mouth are un
natural and do a world of
damage. Stop them!
Pc beco'rtrikej twelve'
with me, because, m.
stea4 pf being a dean.
Jnce with a promise,
it' the dentifrice wh
a 'punch.' Pebeco dat$
thing. Besides keep
mjt ray teeth bright
.and poUshed, it save
them from decay. I'm
The undisguised taste of
Pebeco is vastly superior to a
sweet flavor. Pebeco costs a
bit more. Comes in ,-,
laFe, tub,es- Use one-third
ui u Drusntui only.
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GREETED BY YOTERS
OF DAUPHIN COUNTY
Home of His Fusion Oppo
nent Receives the Republi
can Candidate for Governor
rnoit a STirr conxuroNDgirr.
HRRSHin, Pa., Oct. 23. Dauphin
County, tho home of Vance C. McCor
mlck, fusion nominee for Governor, tills
morning gave Its warmest welcome to
Dr. Martin G. Brumbaugh. Men of all
political creeds assured Doctor Brum
baugh today that he would carry the
county by n fair majority.
Speaking to tho employes of the Har
shey chocolate factory hero, Doctor
Brumbaugh paid a high tribute to Milton
Hershey, owner of tho factories, for his
efforts to aid his employes socially, men
tally and morally. When the Importance
of co-operation between brain, capital
and toll Is understood in all parts of the
State as It Is hero, Ponnsylranla will be
a different placo for the vrorkingnien,
said Doctor Brumbaugh.
At Hlghsplro Doctor Brumbaugh was
Introduced to tho employes of the Penn
sylvania Steel Company by G. S. Vlckory.
superintendent of tho company. Doctor
Brumbaugh laid special emphasis upon
the need for remedial legislation to aid
tho laboring men. Worklngmen's com
pensation law, shorter hours for women
workers and better child labor regula
tions, ho said, were tho Important points
In his program for labor legislation.
Tho public schools at Mlddlotown ad
journed to pay honor to Doctor Brum
baugh, the educator, forgetting politics for
a time. The Republican nominee for Gov
ernor told tho school children of his own
work for tho schools of Pennsylvania and
nlso what he further hopes to achieve
when elected Governor.
Fourteen towns through tho southern
part of Dauphin County will be covered
by Doctor Brumbaugh In tho courso of a
73-mllo automobile trip today, returning
to Harrlsburg about 3 o'clock. This after
noon ho will leave for Philadelphia to
address the Republican rally and mass
meeting in the Academy of Music. Doctor
Brumbaugh expressed his intention of
making there a further reply to tho at
tacks which Colonel Roosevelt has been
making upon htm.
"While I do not intend to deal In per
sonalities." ho said. "I certainly resist
misrepresentation of facts, and such
tilings I hall answer."
Hundreds of worklngmen from the Iron
and steel mills at Steelton heard Doctor
Brumbaugh declare that one of his most
solemn obligations, when elected Gov
ernor, would be to secure the passage
of legislation directly benefiting the la
boring man. A worklngman's compensa
tion act, better child-labor laws and dlf
lerent regulations for the hours of wo
men workers were Included In the pro
gram of remedial legislation outlined by
Business depression, which now Is
weighing so heavily upon the laboring
classes, Doctor Brumbaugh attributed
largely to the tariff. The election of tlio
Republican candidates, he prophesied,
would bo the signal for the return of
prosperity all over the land.
"Some of us will havo to go to school
again," he declared, "and learn the A
B Cs of the tariff question. Then we
will understand why the Republican party
means so much to the prosperity of the
Doctor Brumbaugh with his campaign
party arrived at Hnrrlsburg early today
from Lancaster, where last night a grent
meeting was held. Although no addresses
were scheduled for Hrarisburg. a large
reception committee, led by William H
Horner, Republican County Chairman,
met the pnrty at tho station.
At Swatara station, a hamlet where no
stop had been scheduled, about 00 Italian
lahorers marched In from the brownstone
quarries, a mile from the station and
stood in the road waving American flags.
Ductor Brumbaugh's remarks wore In
terpreted to the men by Peter Ghlnelll
sentence by sentence and at tholr con
cision the demonstrative Italians ronded
tho air with "Viva Brumbaugh."
We've crowded into every
one of them all the cloth
value, all the perfection of
fit and distinction of style
which for years have dis.
Perry & Co., "n.b.t.
16th & Chestnut Sts.
We shall not praise them,
nor tell you even the truth
about them It would sound
too much like exaggeration,
Suffice It to say that you
know us, and you know our
record as having led for
years with the best
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