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FRIDAY EVENING, HXRRISBURG TELEGRAPH OCTOBER 8, 1915. FRICK PROMINENT IN STEEL COMBINE Statement of Attorney General Gregory Does Not Worry Leading Steel Men Special to The Teieiraph Philadelphia. Oot. 8. Henry C. Friok'a name was the one most talked | about yesterday among' men who know | something of the plana for the cora bi nation* of steel companies. Ac cording to report, a combination will |be headed by Chllda Frick, son of Henry C. Frick. The son was In this city yesterday, and attended a meet ing of the executive board of the Cam- i bria Steel company. He went back to New York in the evening. "I have nothing to say,'.' was his greeting, as he left the meeting. He added signi ficantly: "Nothing definite has yet been completed." The accepted view now taken in financial circles here and in New York is that Frick will take over Cambria complete; Schwab will Join Pennsyl vania Steel with Bethlehem Steel and that Henry C. Frick is the man that will sway both interests. It is also believed that eventually the Midvale company, which was recently taken over by 'William E. Corey and others, will play a part in the general scheme. The statement of Attorney General Gregory that he would "scrutinize" any new steel • combination carefully did not seem to worry the steel men. They said that the Attorney General had yet to appeal from the decision of the district court holding the United States Steel Corporation legal. It was stated here authoritatively that Henry C. Frick has complete con trol of the Cambria. His holdings are represented by William H. Conner, who besides being president of the concern, is a relative of Mr. Frick. In addition to the holdings of Mr. Frick and Mr. Donner In the Cambria Steel Company. Donner lias an option of 112.000 shares the Pennsylvania Rail road owns in the steel company. It is understood that Donner has been re leased 06,000 shares of that block of stock and that the Pennsylvania Rail road is putting the balance on the open market and that Dormer is buying it up. Schwab After Pennsylvania Steel It is admitted also that Charles M. Schwab stands ready to buy the Pennsylvania Steel Company. Mr. Donner had a small option on some of the Pennsylvania Railroad holdings In this company. According to report Donner is now willing to give up his option and leave the way clear for Mr. Schwab's taking the company over. The Pennsylvania Railroad and Reading Railroad companies own nearly all the stock in this company. The railroads own 90 per cent, of the preferred and all but 2,000 shares of the common stock. It is interesting to note in this connection I hat Henry C. Frick is a director of the Pennsyl vania Railroad and the largest indi vidual stockholder in that corporation. Play Baseball Games on Electrical Board Baseball enthusiasts who were for tunate enough to see the wonderful exhibition of the Electro Wonder board at the Board of Trade yester day were unanimous in declaring it the best reproduction of any game ever given in this city. The Electro Wonder board is some thing entirely new for this section of the State and has seldom been seen 1 outside of the large cities. Lew Ritter, the well-known base ball player fortunately knew the in ventor and managed to get a board for the baseball fans of this city. The doors will open at 1 o'clock each day. I Advertisement. EXPIAIN FORWARD MOVE AT GRACE M. E. CHURCH The forward movement, a big campaign for new members and in creased church activities being waged by the Methodists, was explained in detail by Bishop Theodore S. Hender son, of Chattanooga. Tenn., before a large audience in Grace Methodist Church last night. Dr. S. W. Luce, of Cleevland, deliv ered an address on "Modern Evangel ism in a Modern City," and Dr. Robert Bagneli.of Philadelphia, spoke on "The Personal and Public Phases of Evan | gelism." THE REV. JOHN A. CONWAY DIES By Associated Press Washington, Oct. S. The Rev. John A. Conway, S. J., aged 62 years, of Georgetown University and former president of the Catholic Educational Association, died suddenly last night after an attack of heart trouble. filllHi'illllMH Non-greasy toilet Cream iieepa the Skin Soft and Velvety. Prevent* tan. relieves sunburn. An ExquiaiU Toilet Preparation. 86c. GORGAS DlttG STORES 1« ». Third St., and P. 11. R. Station (fSrmA T. R TENTH « You Nevar Ware Introduce offar ' d mio's () K u au ' n,an u s i at Kaufman's antl B °y l ' Fur - Mjh ,n l H ' ' L3L__sfe<j njl|ij af S||ch W f-T&L. Department I« D ' T Save Five Dollars On Your Purchase To-morrow low mces We Offer for Saturday r «»« uoyr brighto* Only Men's Suits 0 Men's Overcoats Men's Soft and Derby Hats (\ SHREWD MENACE HURRYING <&s Hat Stares at »2.50. \WTt, E Your choice of the newest Fall VK. j W ■ | mm // cNf* worth inc. Annh-eraarr 1 ilf models—and the new shades. fTID THFSK ill " l<> prlc<s Biaes and style* to fit every /fcf V\/K. 119 ha In JM ——— man. wHSSbBTv) J) —V . „*«'■ «m Boy* roim-iw- TOsifOfi Sold elsewhere to _ Just two shades—Black and unwrs police \\d firf.mrv Oxford They are handsomely - r BUYS A FINE WINTER OVERCOAT OR SUIT—SAVE FIVE JISPBNIJHIRJ, fali 4 U?^h, l | E^ B,W lined with good Venetian cloth. J? Ej 7 U DOLLARS OR MORE. Please understand that these Suits and Annlvrr»ar>**saTe' pHets*.' *■ C omy an suits, »o come early. V J# * 1 Overcoats are offered in other stores up to sls. Your choice of all ■ » Eg . . the newest models and materials. Every garment sold with Kauf - md e Iu M and Over 500 Pairs Of Men's man's guarantee—satisfaction or your money returned. Sizes for fleeced lTned A un Trousers In This Sale Men Md Young Men ' Sl£^K T £ d y Just About 54 A . . .. FOR MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS °o?r' $1.50 Men's Corduroy \ 43 m OFFERED IN OTHER STORES TO $lB. There's a made-to- prc ; ,45C Pants, 89£ " I I ** w order look in these new Fall model Suits and Overcoats. Your MEVS XAXUHAI , WOOI These PMta are made with H I ZZZZ. choice of all the newest wanted fabrics, handsomely trimmed and dr« W er«. *ii stitched 6 sisea sa to' E I made. In this sale we include Blues, and the finest Blacks. Sizes sai* ' A °" 89c $2.00 Men's Pants, 99C for Youn S Men and Ext ™ Sizes ' * JL, Cpme quick for these extra ■ SUITS, north »i.as. An- U.Sr gooa Worsted and Cassimore pHce,.... Pants. Sizes 32 to 42. M ■ "j p FOR MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS Up To $3.00 Men's \ 4 M /h OFFERED IN OTHER CLOTHING STORES TO $22.50. Call Pants, $1.49 ¥ I #1 * 1 in and allow us to prove to you that these all hand tailored gar- —— you w*« never offered such g JUL ZZZZ ments are equal to any $22.50 Suit or Overcoat offered anywhere. wev* cotton homert, i. pm4. V Eno^gh D to g ust aiTdTy 1 | All the new stripes and mixtures. All the newest models. Sizes Sizes .32 to 44. for Men, Young Men and Extra Stout Men. l i"r"." ry . , "! e ° ' 2C ' MEN'S SEAMI.F.SS HOSE fThe Very Biggest Values in Boys' Suits and Overcoats Ever Offered in Harrisburg fjf 'rr.,;,,™ r _ _ HOSE, In blark and col- * A Great Big Anniversary Sale To-Morrow Anniver-J^c Urtvn* Twa penfa g,.ua snH l "*# MEN'S PI RB THREAT) AND UVerCOaLS, « . $4.89 12 W~-M ver.«ry Sale price Sold Elsewhere to IM.OO Suits • • $3.00 Sold elsewhere to 97 SO. I *" ' Elegant quality in these Norfolk Handaome chißchiiia and _ ft„„ Suits —made with patch pockets, full Bold Elsewhere to $5. mlT,d OT-rrcoatai Naweat S peg trousers. Norfolk Suit, with two | ; ., 7 |OT t-S-fc fi 2,500 Handsome Norfolk Suits. Pants pain of full Kntrkera, iin- rt !"• _i . Handsome Overcoats for Boys 8 Both m caaaimrre and J | W Men S to 10 years. Belt back—button to made full. Neat mixed Oassimeres, TCnr . ln aI , P . H to is \ i^; v M f\ WJ iM and the neck. All in in 81268 * or Boyß year *' ' BoyS 1 BOYS' Boys' Mackinaw Coats at 49c ni co nn * 79c ' 95c 31 ■ ■ U.UU Oannina rvanrh Eecord Breaking 10th Anniver- Sold All Over for 7Bc. Ul ▼ W,WW S sary Sale Price. _ 4oC MEN'S AND BOYS' NEW Corduroy and good Sturdy Cassimere Sold else whew te Sav« two dollars to-morrow on these Mack- We O „ eT lhe## . FALL DRESS SHERTS, made of Pants all seams taped and double inawOoats. Handsome new Fall patterns. Newest models. 'J Percale?. Made in laundered and i_ • • • rA. it hiur * Sold els*- soft collars, all sizes, worth to Stitched, in sizes sto 17 years. Only 2S Coats in this lot, in sizes sto IT years. where at »i.oo. 75c. Anniversary Sale A'H r< —a—V ——i—i—-i———— t wJ Price, ■M V Read Full Page 'H'"!' SllkW'liPSiSl Announcement | A On Opposite Paga I g||||i [||Jj j^J ASSOCIATKI) AID NKKDS $5,000 FOR WINTER WORK Letters of appeal, requesting citi zens for contributors to help carry on the work for the winter are being sent out by the budget committee of the Associated Aid Society. It is stated that $5,p00 is necessary. Money is asked to assure immediate relief for pressing needs; to determine cause of distress and the real needs of a family, for the practical purpose of learning how best to remove them; to provide adequately for all cases of need by enlisting suitable aid from appropriate resources and the help the unfortunates to self support and num erous other branches of the work. MRS. CROWMNSHIEIJD IS DEAD By Associated Press Boston, Oct. 8. The body of Mrs. Bowdoin B. Crowninshield, wife of the well-known yacht designer of Marble head, was found in a bath tub tilled with hot water in the Parker house early to-day. The cause of death ac cording: to Medical Examiner George B. McGrath, was drowning. He ex pressed the opinion that it was acci- dental but said an autopsy would be held. U. S. Artillery Battery Detrains Here For March The city was invaded at 5.30 this morning by a friendly battery of ar tillery. It was Battery D, hailing from Fort Myer, Va., Captain Mortimer, com-, mmandant, in charge. The soldiers, I a husky set of young fellows, left Plattsburg, where they spent the last two weeks, last evening and came by train as far as Harrisburg. From here they will travel by road to their head quarters at Fort Myer; which they ex pect to reach by Wednesday morning of siext week. The full war strength of 140 men and complete equipment, guns, cais sons, commissary wagons, etc., were all there and the line of horses and gun-carriages stretched almost t)he i ntire length of Market street bridge from the entrance to the island. The battery will make fifteen miles to-day and camp at Dillsburg over night. moving on to the southward on Sat urday. BETHI,EH EM STEEL. REACHES 480 Special to The Telegraph New York. Oct. 8. The stock mar ket yesterda- gave evidence. that the public had not been frightened suf ficiently by a sharp rise of margins and warnings sent out by the Stock Ex change to prevent a renewal of buying of war stocks on enormous scale. Beth lehem Steel surprised even its most ardent admirers by rising full fifty points, touching 450, a new high record.