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"Smash Your Baggage"—
Is an old saying referring to the manner in which your baggage is handled. Globe Luggage is built to withstand the onslaught of the baggage man— They are "smashproof." Globe Wardrobe Trunks I*l tiJ Make traveling a pleasure: No fretting or fuming over the V*j (1 -Jl 0 3 I unpacking of a wardrobe badly mussed in the shifting—You U y simply lift your clothes out on the hangers and transfer them . [ | to c l° set > looking as smooth as if they had just come from x?rS|»»p—-// under the tailor's iron. We offer special values Canvas Covered Flat Top Trunks $4,500 t© $8.50 Wide variety to select from. Mostly all are linen lined inside, have two trays and all around straps, well made with enough bands to make them stand the bumps. All sizes. Steamer Trunks $4 to sl2 FibreCoveredTrunkssll to slß The cheaper ones are canvas covered, FLAT AND AI- TOPS while the better grades are made of fibre Made of the very best grade of fibre pro and reinforced with steel ribs making them duced, have brass lock and heavy brass bum , , , ... pers, linen lined inside and two trays, some practically indestructible locks and trim- if , ~ .. . .. •: ' . have a patented roller-top disappearing tray, mings are of brass. All are exceptional At tl ie p r j ces quoted no store can give bet values at the above price range. ter values. Extra Straps, 25c, 50c and 75c to be used 911 trunks and all sorts of automobile luggage—made of webbing and leather. We guarantee every trunk, no matter what price you pay, to be perfect in every way and to render satisfactory service. Your initials put 011 free of charge at time of purchase. Jp 1 1 1 The House That Values Built Ine UlODe, 322-324 Market Street ff^wse^-e-paigsf CUMBERLAIiiD VALLEY EDS MORE TRACKS Old Buildings Are Being Removed; Sidings Will Be Put Down Purchasers of the old properties in South Second street began early to-day tearing down the buildings. At public tale on Saturday notice was given that the buildings must be removed with in thirty days. The Cumberland Val ley Railroad Company needs room for more sidings. It is also believed that the orders to rush work on the removing the old landmarks, is a verification of the re port that work on the proposed new freight station would start at an early date. The majority of the buildings sold Business Locals GOOD EATS Men are simply grown-up boyo and like all the good things to eat they used to enjoy when they searched mother's cubpoard. A piece of short cake, a dish of pudding, a piece of pie or a dish of Ice cream. For a light lunch these are all appetizing. At the Court Dairy Lunch, Court and Straw berry streets. LACK—TAILORED This means that no other man has a suit exactly like yours. Our cut ters are men of ability. They study your figure with the idea of building you a suit that'll drape best and ex press a distinctive style. A grand col lection of fabrics to select from, most of them exclusive in pattern. Fred S. Lack, 28-30 Dewberry street. MUTUALLY PLEASED You will be pleased with the Ar cade's method of doing the laundry work and we will be pleased to have your patronage. We take the greatest pains with every article sent to us, use no injurious acids. We call for and deliver work promptly. Arcade Laundry, both phones. D. E. Glazier, proprietor, Logan and Granite streets. FURNITURE COVERINGS Tn preparing the bungalow or cot tage for the summer season, many Uses wil be found for the pretty print ed cretonnes and sunfast fabrics. Al ways an attractive assortment, espe cially desirable for cushions, draperies or coverings. All critically selected to conform with the season's most approved patterns. Harris, 221 North Second street. WHEN POVERTY ENTERS the door love flies out the window, has been said. That is a harsh diatribe on Cupid, and mostly undeserved. How ever, thrift is the basis of happiness and success. Young married couples should begin to-day. to cultivate thrift by opening a savings account at the Kast End Bank and thus prevent the possibility of poverty. Thirteenth and Howard streets. TWO IS COMPANY and three Is a crowd, but your wed ding tour will be more pleasurable if you take just one more silent but ser viceable companion along. We would suggest an Ansco or Brownie camera that will keep a pictorial diary of the most interesting scenes on your travels. Cotterel has them, 105 North Second street. "STAY IN TUNE" It is this power which has made the Lester piano the favorite instru ment in music schools everywhere as well as In the homes. The Lester Piano represents the highest attainment in piano building. Convenient payments if desired. H. G. Day, 1319 Derry * treat, / MONDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH JUNE 8, 1914. on Saturday wore purchased by the Cumberland Valley company sometime ago. There Is not enough rooms for sidings along Mulberry street and tracks will be run from Second and Mulberry to Meadow Lane. These tracks will be used in unloading ma terial for the bridge and subways. Will Wash Hogs on the B. and 0. Road Special to The Telegrap,. Baltimore, June B.—Discriminating hogs, and those having an eye to the creature comforts of life, will hereaf ter select the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad when they leave on their journey to the packing house. That railroad Is going to provide shower baths for the hogs which patronize its lines. These shower baths will be adminis tered at terminals and at resting sta tions at which the hogs are fed and watered. Attention also will be given to the cleanliness of cattle, horses and sheep, so that the cars in which they are hauled may be cleaned en route. The railroad has not decided how many livestock bathhouses will be re quired to carry out the requirements of the new order, but it Is argued that added to the comfort relief from ob noxious odors will afford the traveling public, the animals will be in better condition upon arrival at destlna*- tlon. Prospects Brighter With New Car Orders Special to The Telegraph New York, June B.—Some en couragement was given the steel mills last week through the release of larg er orders for cars calling for about 125,000 tons of steel products, al though these orders for steel are yet to be placed. Rail mills, too, are about to benefit from the distribution of the Pennsyl vania rail order for 1914 aggregating a little over 100,000 tons. Railroads also placed bridge orders calling for a little lees than 90,000 tons of struc tural shapes. As already noted, the New York Central placed orders for 7,300 cars, and the distribution of orders for 3,- 000 cars was finally made by the Illi nois Central, and for 75C cars by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western The locomotive shops had a lean week, and rail contracts were made up of a number of small lots aggregating 12,500 tons. $10,000,000 For Pensions. —Approxi- mately ten millions of dollars have been paid out of the companies' reve nues in pension allowances to em ployes of the Pennsylvania Railroad system up to May 1, 1914, according to a report Issued to-day. The exact sum paid out to date Is $9,912,667.95. The pension roll, or "Roll of Honor" as it is termed by the company, con tains 4,123 names. Standing of the Crews iivrrisri/rg sine Phllnilelpliln Division —l 23 crew first to go after 4 p. m.: 103, 112, 116, 117, 106, 125, 102, 101, 119, 107, 124, 104, 108, 128, 118, 122. Engineers for 112, 119, 128. Firemen for 101, 103, 104. 107, 119, 128. Conductors for 116, 106, 102. Business Locals LET US CROWN YOU The newest high crowns In straws in a variety of shapes just a little dif ferent, so that several of them are sure to be becoming to you, are here at prices from $1.50 to $3. And, the Panamas that are always staple from one season to another. $4 to $5. Kln nard, 1116-1118 North Third street. NONE TOO GOO!; When you want paint for your home you want the best obtainable. The R. and B. liquid or paste paints made by the Wayne Paint Co., for ex terior or interior decorations are eco nomical, beautiful and durable. Get the best from William W. Zelders & eon, 1438 Derry street. / Flagmen for 116, 101, 124. Brakemen for 123. 108. Engineers up: McCauley, Manley, Kautz, Davis, Long, Smith, Streeper, Brubaker, Gallagher, Sober, Ilindman, Henneclte, Newcomer, Spedo, Statler, McGuire. Firemen up: Spring, Shlve, Lieverty, Warfel, Rhoads, Copeland, Cook. Enter llne, Carr, Jackson, Whichello, Yartzer, Achey, Cark. Miller. Winters, Libhart, Miller, Davidson, Wagner, Behman, Myers, Martin. Conductors up: Stauffer, Mehaffle. Flagmen up: Corrigan, Donohoe, Bruehl, Sulivan, Witmyer, Bowers, Aulthouse. Brakemen up: Hubbard, Collins,-Steh man, McGinnis, Wiland, Moore, Bal tozcr. Busser, McNaughton, Dengler, Dearolf. Middle Dlvlnlon —4sl crew first to go after 1:30 p. m. Front end: 24, 22, 16, 20, 23, 18. Seventeen Altoona crews to come In. Preference: 1, 5, 10, 8, 2, 3, 7, 9, 4. 6. Engineer for 24. Firemen for 22, 16. Flagmen for 5, 23. Brakeman for 23. I Engineers up: ICugler, Bennett, Hertzler, Brigles, Garman, Maglll, Wissler. Firemen up: Cox, Look, Beeder, Kav stetter, Bornman, Libau, Pottlger, Fletcher, Drewett, Arnold, Stouiter, Schreffler, Seagrist. C nductors up: Keys, Basklns, Bog ner, Huber, Patrick. Flagman up: Bodley. Brakemen up: Bickert, Bell, lilefftr, Plack, Wenerick, Schoffstall, Kilgore, Roller, Troy, Frank, Piff, McHenry. Ynr«l Crew*—To go after 4 p. m.: Engineers for 306, 1869, 2393, 1368. Firemen for 1758, 90, 118. Engineers up: Beck, Harter, Blever, Blosser, Brenneman, Thomas, Rudy, Houser, Meals, Stahl, Swab, Crist, Har vey, Saltsman, Kuhn, Pelton, Shaver, Landls, Hoyler. Firemen up: Welgle, Lackey, Cook erley, Maeyer, Bholter, Snell, Bartolett, Gettys, Hart, Barkey, Sheets, Balr, Eyde, Crow, Ulsli, Bostdorf, Schiefer, Rauch. 1 ENOI.A SIDE Philadelphia Division— 2lo crew first to go after 3:45 p. m.: 251, 247, 207, 245, 244, 204, 242, 238, 232, 224, 218, 244, 252, 216, 246, 250, 235. 256. 233. 229, 205, 209, 213. 254. 221, 223, 209, 221. Engineers for 214, 223, 228, 239, 242, 250. Firemen for 209, 210, 221, Conductors for 216, 47. Flagmen for 39, 54. Brakemen for 4, 7, 9, 24, 29, 32. 39, 44, 1, 54. Conductors up: Eaton, Walton, Veit. Brakemen up: Stlmeling, Shaffner, Lutz, Baker, Wertz, Harris, Kone, Sweigert, Sumey, Twigg. Sutton, Vand ling, Taylor, Carroll, Hivner, Felker, Schuler, Long, Waltman, Kichenouer. Middle Division —4sl crew first to go after 1:30 p. m.: 239, 248, 214, 238, 245, 249. Front end: 111, 113, 117, 105, 116, 101, 112. Five laid off at Altoona. Engineer for 113. for 113, 117, 105, 116, 114, Conductors for 112, 114. THE READING Ilnrrlnliurg Division —lo crew first to go after 3 a. m.: 6, 24, 1, 16, 15, 3, 11, 5 14, 12. 20, 2. East-bound, after 12:45 p. m.: 69, 58 60. 57, 65. 53, 71, 64, 51, 67, 54. 63. Conductors up: Selders, German. Engineers up: Masimore, Crawford, Fetrow, Pletz, Bonawitz. Wlreman, Sassaman, Lape, Martin, Woland, Wood. Firemen up: Brown. Boyer, Bowers, Miller, Aunspach, Harman, Fulton, Kelley, Halhert, Painter, Lex, Rum baugh, Stephens, Veiwing, Ely, Corl Hollenbach, Moyer. Brakemen up: Dunkle, Baish, Troy, Snyder, Smith, Maurer. King George Receives Head of Salvation Army By Associated Press London, June 8. —King George to day received In audience General Bramwell Booth, head of the Salva tion Army, who had been requested to go to Buckingham Palace to give His Majesty the details of the forth coming International Congress of Sal vationists. The king expressed his warm hope ihat the congress would be productive of great and lasting good and de clared that he was a thorough admir er of the work of the Salvation Army. VETERANS AT ENCAMPMENT Interest this week in Grand Army of the Republic circles Is centering on the annual State encampment at Indiana. G. W. Rhoades, a member of the committee on credentials, left this morning. Dr. W. T. Bishop, of Post 116, left last week In order to visit relatives in various parts of that section. F. 11. Hoy, a delegate from Post 58, left this morning and the other dolegates will probably go to morrow. They are E. B. HofTman, Thomas Numbers, Harry Newman, .David Bender and N. A. Walmer. iIKTW HSKED TO ASSIST Commissioner Jackson Requests That a Man Be Designated in Each Plant WOULD ANSWER QUESTIONS Tolerance Committee Talks Over Matters With Chief James Sweeney To-day a Manufacturers throughout the JJ. State will be ask £o ed by the com mission of the State Department Nfc I of Labor and In -11 eSSfflStii dustry to desig nate a person to 3wMiULiUI)L be a representa- WBr tive of the es tablißhment with the department. The idea is to have one person who will be at hand when the inspector visits the department and asks for in formation and also to be the one to whom useful information is to be sent by the State. At the same time he is to make such suggestions as he deems proper to the department for improve ment of its service. The department is also suggesting that manufacturers organize safety committees or designate some one to act as the safety chairman and to or ganize so that the establishment shall be kept clean, safe and sanitary, pre vent existence of unsafe machinery or places; promote the teaching of safety among employes; gather sug gestions from employes of ways in which danger to life, health and prop erty may be reduced and improve la bor conditions. Incompatible Jobs.—ln an opinion to the State Highway Department the Attorney General holds that the offi ces of tax collector and treasurer of township supervisors are incompatible. The question arose In a number of rural townships throughout the State and it is the official view that the township road act of 1913 indicates that the Legislature intended the taxes to be collected by a person who is an official of the supervisors' board. Telephone Cases.—The first com plaint of a telephone company against another has been brought by the Stroudsburg and Bushkill, operating In Monroe county, against the Pocono Telephone Company, before the Pub lic Service Commission. It is alleged that the latter has encroached on the right of way of the former and it is also charged that the Pocono is build ing without consent of the State Com mission. Governor Acts Promptly. Com plaint was made to Governor Tener to-day by James A. Maurer, of the State Federation of Labor, and Charles Birch, of the Hatters' Union, about the manner in which the State police have handled matters at Hazle ton, the charges made at Hazleton be ing formally presented. The Governor directed that the matter be investigat ed at Hazleton, where officers of the State police will look into the matter and make a report to him. Arrangements Progressing. — Adju tant General Thomas J. Stewart said to-day that .arrangements were pro gressing very well for the flag transfer ceremony next week. The only diffi culty is about the color bearers, as constant changes have been made ow ing to the age of veterans who are unable to get here. Wiekersham's Payment. —Recorder O. G. Wickersham to-day paid the State $191.57 as its share of fees of office for May. Meade Memorial Meeting. The Meade Memorial Commission will meet at the Governor's office next Monday. Going to State. — Governor Tener, who returned last night from a visit to Charleroi, will leave to-morrow for State College to attend the annual commencement exercises. He will make an address. Will Speak at Reading. —Secretary of Internal Affairs Henry Houck will make an address at Reading to-mor row. The following day he will go to Lansdale. Justice Named. —J. L. White was to-day appointed Justice for Buffalo township, Washington county. Asking Bids. —Commissioner Dixon is asking for bids for a power plant at the Hamburg sanatorium. The bids close on June 20. Tolerance Committee. —The com mittee on tolerances for commodities is meeting with Chief James Sweeney to-day. Commodities are being dis cussed and standards will be agreed upon. Cleaning Statues. — In preparation for the flag transfer ceremony at the Capitol next Monday the Barnard statues are being given a thorough cleaning and overhauling to-day by a force of marble men. Lines of hose and scrubbing brushes are being used freely. Suffragettes Appear Before King and Queen By Associated Press London, June B.—Another demon stration by a militant suffragette in the presence of King George and Queen Mary was carried out at the international horse show at Olympla this afternoon. Their Majesties had hardly taken their seats when a young" woman rose in the stalls opposite and in a shrill voice screemed denuncia tion of the forcible feeding of suffra gette prisoners The police pounced upon her immediately but the woman shouted wildly and her ejection from the building was effected only after a fierce struggle. NOT A SUFFRAGETTE AGENT By Associated Press London, June B.—Harry Pike, who yesterday startled the authorities and the public by invading Buckingham Palace, after climbing a ten-foot wall, is not a suffragette agent, ac cording to the attorney for the prose cution who appeared against him at Bow Street Police Court to-day. Pike was under the Influence of liquor. RUSSIANS WIN CUP By Associated Press London, June B.—Russian cavalry officers for the third year in succession won the $2,500 gold vase founded by the late King Edward VII for military horsemanship. The vase thus be comes the permanent property of Rus sia. WILL LEI PAVING CONTRACTS TONIGHT Municipal Grand Stand Project May Come Up at Council Meeting A busy session is scheduled for the Steelton borough council this even ing. The highway committee will re port its recommendations on the street paving program and the contract for the paving ofbeventeen of the borough streets will probably be let. Bids were submitted last Monday evening by eight contractors on sheet asphalt, warrenite, amesthite, brick, wood blocks, granite blocks, harremite and concrete. It is likely that there will he a difference in opinion among I the councilmen as to what materials | should be used. Interest hinges on the action of the councilmen In awarding the con tract for remodeling the Baldwin hose house. Burgess Fred Wigfleld will ask coun cils to shove along his scheme to work vagrants In the streets of the borough instead of sending them to jail. The contract for some new fire hose will also be let and the municipal bandstand project may come up again. The Pennsylvania Steel Company, it is understood, is willing to allow the stand to be erected on the lawn at Front and An§le streets. PLANS FOR PICNIC Plans are nearly completed for the annual picnic of the frog and switch department of the Pennsylvania Steel Company. The outing will be held at Willow Grove Park, Philadelphia, Au gust 8. Special trains will be run over the Reading. Entertain Ladies. —The Men's Lea gue of the First Presbyterian Church will entertain the ladies of the church to-morrow evening. A feature of the evening will be an illustrated lecture on the flowers of Dauphin county. Church Council to Meet. —The coun cil of St. John's Lutheran Church will meet this evening at 8 o'clock. Hold Smoker. —Dauphin Camp, No. 3 48, Woodmen of the World, will hold a smoker and business meeting this evening. Plans Musicale. Plans are being made for a musicale to be held in Red Men's Hall, Second and Walnut streets, Friday evening, June 12, un der the auspices of Steelton Camp, 5689, Modern Woodmen of America. George E. Jeffries, J. O. Harlacker and Stanley Becker are in charge of the arrangements. hMIDDLETOWA' - - MRS. GAITHER ENTERTAINS Mrs. Walter H. Gaither, wife of the secretary to Governor Tener, enter tained a number of friends in Munici pal Park, Friday afternoon, in honor of the birthday of her son, Walter H., Jr. The party came to the park in three touring cars. In the party were Mrs. W. Fownes, Miss Fownes, Miss Gary and Mrs. Wragg, of Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McCaleb, Miss Bradley and eight children from the Academy; C. Z. Moore and C. L. P. Russell. ORGANIST 20 YEARS RESIGNS After serving as organist of St. Peter's Lutheran Church for twenty years, Miss Anna Swelgert, yesterday handed in her resignation effective July 1. C. E. OFFICERS The following officers were elected yesterday, by the Christian Endeavor Society of St. Peter's Lutheran Church: President, Matilda Nlssley; vice-president, Bruce Peters; secre tary, Carrie Hoffman; treasurer, John Croll, Jr.; corresponding secretary, Kathryn Mattis; pianists, Misses Mat tis. Beard and Gingrich. SCHOOL IIMIT ELECT races Domestic Science Proposition to Come Before Directors; Civic Club Back of It The Steelton School Board will meet this evening to elect teachers for the coming term and transact other busi ness of importance. Practically all the present staff of teachers, with the ex ception of several of the pretty misses who have been struck by the darts of little Dan Cupid, will, it is understood, be re-elected. The introduction of domestic sci ence will also probably come up at to night's meeting. The Steelton Civic Club has offered to furnish the equip ment for teaching several branches of this work, and action will probably be taken on this offer this evening. The offer, it is understood, will be re fused with a resolution of apprecia tion for the spirit that prompted the offer. It is likely that the directors will give Superintendent L. E. McGlnnes authority to go ahead and introduce as much of these so-called practical studies next term as he sees fit. A little more will be taken up each year until in a few years a full domestic science course will be offered. A Full Set CT of Teeth, r J a. TtOTE 3 MACK'S PAINLESS DENTISTS 310 MARKET STREET Come In the morning. Have your teeth made the name day. I'latea repaired on abort notice. Open Days and Evening*. •pi —it II mam —ii —>i —ii— I AIN'T got much time fr a toothless dog. Fdruther □ hev one with teeth, ]thefs hed the bite cured outer him by VragjiA _ □ a couple o* years □ ]kind treatment. An* ["1 same with tobacco, jmjrp z VELVET, the Smoothest Smoking 1 Tobacco, is a man's real pipe smoke, with the bite taken out S by two years' ageing-. Full weight 2 oz. tins, 10c. -i^f—ii —» —mr n 11 u iH Girl Says She Was Shot While Riding Motorcycle Miss Emma Fleck, aged 17 years, of 194 5 Rudy street, was brought to the Harrlsburg hospital yesterday morning with two bullet holes in her left hip which sho says she received while riding on the tandem of a mo- The brightest day of the year | is the day you start with SHREDDED WHEAT and Strawberries A return to this simple, wholesome, nour ishing diet after a season of heavy, high proteid foods means renewed mental and physical vigor. It keeps the stomach sweet and clean and the bowels and active. Try it to-morrow morning. Heat one or more Biicuits in the oven to reatore crisp* neia; then cover with berries or other fresh fruit; aeiva with milk or cream and sweeten to suit the taste. Betta* than soggy white flour "short-cake". 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For handkerchief, atomizer and bath. 3iW*j43Ff \ / Mf! I Fine after shaving. All the value Is in the perfume--you don't W Attf 1 pay extra for a fancy bottle. The quality is wonderful. The -Jy price only 75c. (6 oz ). Send 4c. for the little bottle-enough jPr 7 /mm «»' 50 handkerchiefs. Write today. , \ 0 J/mW PARFUMERIE ED. PINAUD, Department M. yi ijjj ED. PINAUD BUILDING NEW YORK Pleasure Cars to Hire EXPERIENCED CHAUFFEURS RATES LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE. LARGE TRUCKS FOR MOVING BAGGAGE DELIVERED TO AND FROM THE STATION. Rapid Auto s. B. HEED. 24 N. RIVER AVE. 7 torcycle with Herbert Shaffer, of Hummelstown. According to the girl's story, Bhe and Shaffer were coming to this city from Liinglestown late Saturday night. Near Progress revolver shots were heard and two bullets hit her. ENTERTAIN EPWORTH LEAGUE The Epworth Chapter ok Stevens Memorial Church will be the host of all Epworth Chapters in Harrisburrf this evening.