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GREEK SOLDIERS I TO BE MOBILIZED "'wenty Classes Are Called Out in Reply to Bulgaria's Move By Associated Press Athens, via London. Sept. H, 2 p. Hi.—A decree for general mobilization , 'of twenty classes of Greek soldiers i ■was signed last night by King Con-1 stantine and promulgated. The de cision of the King has aroused the greatest enthusiasm. Issuance of the mobilization decree came quickly after the kins had .granted an audience to Premier Ven azeios. The premier informed the king that mobilization was the only I (possible reply to Bulgaria's move. To j (this the sovereign agreed, stipulating j that it should be regarded as a defen- | Isive measure. The minister of war. General Dan- ! >glis, subsequently took the decree to i 'the palace, and the king signed it. j *rhe twenty classes now called to the •colors are in addition to tour classes [ (already under arms. The semiofficial newspaper Patria >of Athens says the military measures ►■undertaken by Greece show a deci sion has been reached to meet Bul garian's move energetically and with 'out delay. It adds that the intention •of Greece is to defend her own rights end to fulfill the duty to support iSerhia. Congress May Enact Law to Cover Archibald Case By Associated Press Washington, Sept. 24.—James F. J. (Archibald, the American, who acted es messenger for Dr. Constant in T. Dumba, Austro-Hungarian Ambassa dor here, probably will not be prose cuted by the Department of Justice. Examination of the papers relating to [Archibald's activities has not been completed by the Department, but Borne officials say there is no statute covering the case. As a result of the Incident, however, it was sa"id that Congress would be urged to enact a law to cover such cases. Behr Wants International Commerce Chamber Formed By Associated Press Xew York, Sept. 24. Alexander feehr, president of the Russian-Amer ican Chamber of Commerce of Mos- | cow, who is in this city, started to-day I a movement among American trade and commercial organizations looking to the origination of an international chamber of commerce in which busi ness houses of both the United States end Russia may become members. Mr. | Behr came here tn the interests of the ] Russian businessmen to extend trade ■between the two countries and to aid in overcoming the obstacle which now | ■hampers it. Pittsburgh Agent Is Given Promotion Edgar Yungman, division passenger | figent of the Pennsylvania Railroad, at Pittsburgh, has been appointed assist ant general passenger agent of the company, with headquarters at Broad | Street Station, effective October 1, | IHIS. Mr. Yungman was born at Ta mafiua. Schuylkill county, Pa., August 24. 1 867. He was reared in Camden, N. j J.. where he received his education through the public schools. On August 14. 1883, he entered the service of the Pennsylvania Railroad, as a clerk, in j the passenger department in this city. After serving in various positions throughout the passenger department, he was made passenger agent of the i Baltimore District, at Baltimore. Md., on October 1, 1902. INDIA MAY BE GIYEX PLACE IX BRUTISH COUNCILS By Associated Press Ottawa. Ont., Sept. 24. The fol-' lowing dispatch was received here last j night from London through Reuter's Telegram Company: "A special dispatch fsom Simla an nounces that India's place in the coun cils of the empire was discussed at an important meeting of the Imperial Legislative Council to-day and that a resolution will be forwarded to Lon don requesting that measures he taken to have India represented at the next council of the empire as are the over- j seas dominions and dependencies. PROTEST AGAINST LOAN By Associated Press New York, Sept. 24. A protest against the proposed Anglo-French lean was sent to President Wilson, the treasurer of the State of New York, ' the State Banking Department, and] the mayor, comptroller and chamber- j Jain of New York City to-day by the American Truth Society. The protest •was expressed by resolutions adopted last night at the first of a series of! mass meetings held for the avowed purpose of blocking the loan. APPEAL TO AMERICANS By Associated Press Washington. D. C„ Sept. 24.—An ap- I peal to the American people for con- | trihutions to relieve the Armenians in j Turkey banished to isolated towns for i alleged hostility to the Turkish gov ernment soon would he issued from New York by the board of commis sioners for foreign missions. The ap peal will be based upon a report from Mr. Morganthau at Constantinople to the board. FIVE RAILROADERS KILLED IN PASSENGER WRECK j By Associated Press Plattsmouth, Neh., Sept. 24. Five I members of the train crew are report- j ed dead and it is believed that several \ of the passengers on a Missouri Pacific j passenger train southbound to Kansas j City from Omaha, were killed as a re- j eult of a head-on collision near hern ! to-day between the passenger train J and a fast freight. WARSHIPS SEEK SHELTER By Associated Press Athens, via Paris, Sept. 24. 5:15 a. hi.—Diplomatic circles here have been | informed that Bulgarian warships! ■which were stationed at Varna on the | Black sea have sought shelter- in a j neighboring bay. Large numbers of men are working at feverish speed to fortify Bulgarian Black sea ports. I YON HTINDENBURG ADVANCES I By Associated Press Berlin, Sept. 24.—Field Marshal Von ! Ilindenburg has made further pro gress in his efforts to capture the Rus sian fortified city of Dvinsk. The taking by storm of additional Russian positions defending the city northeast of Smelina is officially reported to day. WAR LOAN IN BILLIONS By Associated Press London, Sept. 24, 3:12 p. m. The' total subscriptions to the German war loan Is given by Reuter's Amsterdam correspondent at 12,030,000,000 marks 1,(53,007,700,000). FRIDAY EVENING, - r//JM#em ~ ' 1 The Great Whirlwind Housecleaning Piano Sale Positively Comes to a Close Saturday Night at 10.30 This is Final. This is the End. The Grand Wind-up. Let Nothing Prevent You From Being Here. The Doors Slam Shut 10.30 Saturday Night ONLY 15 MINUTES TO A CUSTOMER i —■■■■»■■ The limit of time given to any customer will bp 15 minutes. The • 0 1 n W store will be jammed Saturday. Pianos will sell as faiit as wc can wait on W«« <g gr% 0 g\. 9 ILa 1 j -, I JL I ■ __ the customers. Buy quick. When you see the Piano You Want, "Nail it." . IJL || I €jl .|j ||l>| Ig\ 1 S""■ ■Br T■ 1 Mjk ■ PT I 9 *LI \T A positive guaranteed saving of SIOO on any Piano. MliV lOr L# V* V/I(A£U jL VJ R Hfv |JvlOi JL*r OL J DON'T STAND IN ONE PLACE * Keep moving. Do your part to handle the mob that will lie here. Seats be provided for customers. We will consider it a special favor I charge of the floor and he will Instruct you when your turn arrives. But and the Pianos to go out. Come early and in that manner you will have loan ~ | '^ f noun " 1 " 11 a I .Ml handbags must he che<'kcd in the main olTlce. We have provided TT >K I x Sal KSEkSw a space to accommodate several hundred articles. You will receive a *** **' *" A ■■ »' f§Hß®fi?iSjP W check for same and In that manner we will !>e responsible and guarantee I ~ But there Is many an honest man and woman In Harrlsliurg who cannot Tills Bauer Piano with the price riddled I This Kimball just placed on the floor and The last Cbickering and the price to sell It afford to pay cash for a piano or pay the tremendous price asked by small down to SHO. mid the terms down to $2 down I l' ri< '° ,lus been squeezed down to sll2. We fo| . Saturday. SB9. Think of that, hook at dealers. Come to this store —Come to-morrow—Bring along whatever and «1 a week. Free stool. Free Scarr. Free I " h " ®exT°five years''for oVi"amount'of' money! the ter,ns ,hen °° me l,ere at ~noe )ln ' l us amount of money you can spare. The man or woman with a two-dollar Delivery. | hook at the terms. show this piano to you. bill looks just as good to us as the millionaire. Tills is the foundation of COME DOWN, MR. WORKINGMAN; along the wife and kiddies. You will lie well received and courteously treated. GROUP A I GROUP B I GROUP C I GROUP D A LAST WORD Et( . rj ~,„„„ ,„ B for . In tin. croup yon will M «>mc Tlu . Ik-m Pl.no. ih.t money ami T " 0 'a"' «™iPl"B "f Bentcd Tills is the last call. The end Is here. It Is only a matter of hours n of t,,e ,>est known makes in Amer- brains can produce are lumped In anos we ia\e listed all the return iiow and this great mammoth sweeping and tremendous sale will be a merl >' 90,41 for $325 to s•'<•>. We ica. Pianos of the highest quality. ttvis group and all must go. Values lonl rentals pianos In this group matter of history. Come here under any and all circumstances. Come have bunched them all together Values up to $450, and all to lie ln t i,| S j 0 t run as high as SOOO. regardless of former prices, and all and name your own price and terms. Can we say more? Is there any- * squeezed down to fit tills price Thev must be sold and we will take Pianos must go at this price. Your thing In the English language that will make this proposition more attrac- for the last day at this & 1 1 A nr <•»-• nr> .. *.-•■«*-» choice of any rental Pianos In the live? This sale will go down in history as the most remarkable of any <P 11U $125 a sma " deposit now, pay Silo store for dj* oo kind or character that has ever been introduced in the history of our price. Easy terms Easiest Terms. balance as you go along.. Easy teriTis, wlfaO r COME ' OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT TILL 10.30 THlsls ' 2 1 WINTER PIANO CO., 7 Z 1 ————^—■^l^ WAR LOAX BIG SUCCESS Berlin, Sept. 24, via London, 12:40 p. m.—All accounts agree that the new German war loan is an emphatic success. Dresden and vicinity sub scribed 255.000,000 marks ($63,750,- 1000), as compared with 211,000,000 murks for the March loan. I To Illustrate the heavy partlclua- that nearly 45.000 depositors of the Berlin Savings Bank subscribed to the loan as compared with 35,000 In March. EARTHSHOCK AT MESSINA By Associated Press Messina, Sept. 24, via Paris, 1:50 p. m. A strong earthshoek occurred HX3UUSBURG TELEGRAPH here last night at 9:15 o'clock. It caused a panic among the people who rushed to the streets and squares. Many persons remained ln the open .ill night but no damage was done. PLEAD GUILTY TO CHARGE OF RUNNING BASEBALL POOL Philadelphia, Sept. 24.—John J. Kllcoyne and James Walsh, of Wllkea- Barre, Pa., who were recently indicted on charges of violating the federal statutes in operating a baseball pool in which they gave prizes for correct I guesses on the results of major league games, pleaded guilty in the Uhited States District Court here to-day and were fined S2OO each by Judge Thomp son. > SEPTEMBER 24, 1915. DISCUSS INDUSTRIAL TRAINING By Associated Press New York, Sept. 24. —Methods of I industrial training in the public schools will be one of the chief subjects under discussion in the first American In dustrial Education Conference and Exposition which will begin here to niuht. BULGARIANS ABSORB ATTENTION By Associated Press Paris. Sept. 24. The Bolg&rian situation is absorbing the attention of Franco to the exclusion of all other topics. Little doubt is felt here that Bulgaria, or rather King Ferdinand, has decided to cast its lot with the central powers.