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State Session Is Forbidden
Because of Influenza
Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook, State
Regent, has issued the following
statement to Pennsylvania Daughters
of the American Revolution, on ac
count of the present epidemic. "The
Pennsylvania State Board of Health
rules that there can be no meeting
of the State Conference at Harris
burg, October 2t-24 inclusive. If a
postponed meeting is held you will
be notified.. Please give this notice
as much publicity as possible."
Harrisburg chapter, D. A. R., Miss
Cora Lee Snyder, regent, has all plans
perfected for the State Conference
program which will probably be held
after the quarantine Is lifted.
Patriotic Young Women
Help in Epidemic
A great deal of aid is being given
the influenza sufferers of th city
by the Home Service Department of
the Harrisburg Chapter of the Red
Miss Margaret Ringland has taken
charge of a number of patriotic
young women who have volunteered
to do any kind of work they can to
help in the present epidemic. Much
is being said of the splendid way in
which these girls, some with no ex
perience whatever, are carrying on
this work.
Thomas Caldwell, of the S. A. T.
C. State College, spent the week
end with his parents. Sheriff and
Mrs. W. W. Caldwell, 222 Verbeke
Daniel Dull has returned to his
home. Front and Pine streets, after
a short trip to Philadelphia.
Mrs. Helen T. Forrer, 218 Locust
street, has returned from a weekend
trip to Philadelphia.
Mrs. G. H. Grove, Kittatlnny
street, has returned to her home
after spending the summer at her
cottage at Nesbit.
Miss Pearl Neal and Miss Jessie
Neal are visiting their sister, Mrs.
Eugene White, Hill Crest road.
Mrs. Weitzel, 1521 State street, is
spending a few weeks with her sis
ter In Dauphin.
r sfowers t
It's one of the big words
and often so difficult to ex
press. But flowers always do
it and It's such an easy way
to send a correct word of
cheer to the home of bereave
ment. Just telephone us and
we'll do the rest.
Bell Phone 379 U.M.
THERE is a great deal of j
neglect shown towards
children's and young folks'
eyes. This is due to the prev
alent opinion that young eyes
are strong. Then the defect
that exists is constantly getting
larger and when at last the
eyes are ailing noticeably peo- !
pie become scared and try to
have them cured right off
hand. It is a mistake to neg
lect young eyes. Have them
examined by a reliable optom
etrist and be on the safe side.
Registered Optometrist
212 Locust St., Next Door to Orphemn
S I It is not neessary for a stout woman j
to diet in order that she may be s|||
jj \ becomingly dressed. My Suits, Coats t jjj
m\ and Gowns in the larger sizes are \WI
J a U designed to give excellent lines to s§£
H 5 even the heaviest figure.
SI have made a careful study of the > W
selection of correct models for women 5W>
above normal weight with the result t H
that lam able to serve them as satis- ?pi
factorily as my customers of average \
figure. Modest pricing is a pleasing j§l
! Quarantine Interferes
With Mission Meeting
Owing to the recent quarantine
the Home and Foreign Mission Circle,
of Pine Street Presbyterian Church,
will not hold their monthly meeting
on Tuesday, IC.
Should the quarantine be lifted the
meeting le to be held Tuesday, Oc
tober 22.
An excellent program has been
arranged for this month's meeting.
Miss Alney will give an interesting
talk on India.
A debate—Resolved, the new rela
tion of the Oriental or Western wom
an to the growing industrial prob
lem, means an advance in her po
sition. Miss Patterson, affirmative;
Miss AJarnier, negative. The hos
tesses will be Sirs, Hazen, Miss Wood
and Mrs. Crego.
Miss Nachman Is to
Wed Lieut Schulein
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nachman,
1615 North Second street, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Miss Jeanette Lucille Nachman, to
Lieutenant B. M. Schulein.
I MISs Nachman is a graduate of
C. H. S. class of 1916 and popular
among the younger set,of the city.
Lieutenant Schulein is a native of
St. Louis now stationed at the
Aviation General Supply Depot at
Middletown. No delinite date has
been set for the wedding.
Harrisburg Girl Weds
in Church at Milton
Miss Gertrude Minerva Keil,
daughter of J. George Keil, 545 Race
street, and DaTkl Paul Rodgers were
married Thursday in the First Meth
odist Episcopal Church, Milton, Pa.,
by the Rev. Dr. T. Simpson Stan
fleld, former pastor of St. Paul's
Methodist Episcopal Church of this
city. •
The bride was attired in an oxford
traveling suit with a corsage bouquet
of violets and orchids.
Mr. Rodgers is an alumnus of
Dickinson College and a member of
the Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers will be at
home after November 1 at 154 South
Thirteenth street.
To Be Inducted Into
Service of U. S. Navy
John Burns, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Burns, a medical student at the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania and a promi
nent athlete, will be inducted in the
Naval Service and detailed to the Na
val unit of the University of Penn
sylvania. His brother, Samuel, is al
ready In the Naval Service.
Miss M&rjorte Holies announces;
that the gymnasium classes of the j
Y. W. C. A. are not to be opened ■
to-day as scheduled, due to orders!
Issued by the Board of Health. All !
girls wishing to become members of |
these classes are urged to register.
as possible.
The meeting of the W. M. B. Clpb,
of Central High School, scheduled to !
meet Wednesday, October 16, at the J
home of Miss Helen Gantt, has been
postponed indefinitely, owing to the
influenza epidemic.
The meeting of the C. A. O. Society
of Central High School, scheduled to
be held this evening at the home of
Miss Mildred DeShong, 230 Pefter
! street, has been postponed owing to
the orders of the Board of Health.
Mrs. D. B. Smouse, 1521 State street,
j informally entertained a few of her
I friends at her home on Saturday even
ing. After an evening of cards, re
freshments were served to Mrs. S. F.
Dunkle, Mrs. Edith Feidt, Mrs. O. G.
Wickersham and Mrs. I). B. Smouse.
Mrs. Otto Buxbaum, chairman of
the Temple Sisterhood Auxiliary,
urges a large number of workers to
be present at the Red Cross rooms to
| morrow, when they open for work.
Miss Louise B. Steinmetz, of Wash
ington Heights, is ill at Tuscarora,
Pa.,' where she went to spend the
Franklin Musser, little son of Mr.
and Mrs. John S. Musser, is ill at their
Washington Heights home.
J. E. Sampson, of Pittsburgh, is
in Harrisburg on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hitchner, of
East Pittston, have returned honie
after a brief visit to Mrs. Hitchner's
mother, Mrs. Mary Chadwick, 904
Green street.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Kauff
man, 1811 Whitehall street, an
nounce the birth of a son, Robert
Franklin Kauffman, on Saturday,
October 12. Mrs. Kauffman was
formerly Miss Ettyl Marjorie Fuller.
Weil-Known Young People
Will Reside in Zarker
Street After Trip^
'**■ * ' v *
V * ' • ' ■ *
A pretty home wedding took place
at noon Saturday, when Miss Mary
Martha Mlchner, daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Mlchner, of Marys
vtlle, and William Reed Winn, 1611
Susquehanna street, were united In
marriage by the Rev, Homer 8. May,
pastor of the Fourth Reformed
Church. The ceremony was perform
ed at the home of the bride, 640 Cur
tin street. In the presence of the im-
I mediate families.
The bride, who was unattended,
was becomingly attired in a dress of
cream colored georgette and crepe
de chine and wore a corsage bouquet
of pink rosebuds.
After a brief journey, Mr. and Mrs.
Winn will reside at 1413 Zarker
Harro-Derrickson Bridal
Quietly Celebrated at the
Messiah Lutheran Church
A quiet wedding was solemnized on
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the
parsonarge of the Messiah Lutheran
Church, when the Rev. Henry W, A.
Hanson, united in marriage Miss
Caroline Derrickson and William
! The bride, a daughter of Mrs.
j Alice Derrickson, 156 Svlvan Ter
jraee, wore a traveling suit of light
j brown with a hat to match, She was
I unattended. Mr, Harro formerly re-,
i sided at 162 Sylvan Terrace.
! Mr. and Mrs. Harro left this morn
ling for Philadelphia, where they will
jbe at home to their friends after
| November 1, at Sixty-second street,
| West Philadelphia.
Sigma Gamma Chis
Hosts at Wildwood
The 'l9 Sigma Gamma Chl's of C.
H. S. entertained the '2O members
jwith a marBhmallow toast at Wild
jwood Park on Friday evening.
I Games and dancing were enjoyed
,b ythe young folks who were chap
[eroned by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Zor
,ger. In the party were: Ada Swengle,
| Marion Davis, Evelyn Keitel, Mar
jtha .Goodyear, Helen Notestlne, Mil
jdred DonmoyeY, Anna Makibbon,
j Georgetta* Rupp, Margaret Carman,
| Lawrence Ginter, Isaac Parr, Rob
ert Cornelius, Henry Young, George
| Miles, James McCord, Robert Note
stine, and Lester Nichols.
Challenges Workers of
Lutheran Church
I Mrs. J. Bradley Markward urges
all members of the Lutheran Red
| Cross auxiliary to meet at the Beth
lehem Lutheran Church to-morrow
prepared to work with a will and to
do their utmost to aid in the present
The Catholic Ladies Auxiliary of
the Red Cross will resume work on
Friday of this week. The chairman
urges the women to be present in
order to make up for time lost dur
ing the epidemic. Persons who have
sickness in their homes are asked
not to come.
! Mrs. J. Sharon Mac Donald. acting
chairman of the Red Cross salvage
committee, announces that owing
' to the illness of the ward captain,
| Mrs. C. H. Hunter, the collection for
the Tenth ward has been postponed.
The Fifth Street Methodist Red
Cross auxiliary is to be open for
work this evening. Every member
in whose home there is no sickness
Is urged to be present.
The drill for motor messengers,
to have been held to-morrow, has
been postponed.
Mrs. Harry Jacoby, .of Middle
town, spent the weekend with friends
in Mount Gretna.
Frank P. Snodgrass has returned
to this city after spending three
weeks in New Bloomfleld, Pn.
Mrs. A. Carson Stamm, 333 South
Thirteenth street, left to-day for
New York.
Mrs. S. F. Dunkle and son,
Charles Dunkle. Nineteenth and
Derry streets, have returned from
a trip to Philadelphia and Atlantic
Mrs. <J. W. Sargent, of New York,
is visiting relatives in this city.
■William Adrews, of Philadelphia,
was th week-ed guest of his par
ents. Mr. and Mrß. James W. An
drews, 1606 State street.
Moctuuilcgburg. Pa., Oct, 14.
On the lawn of the High school
building an interesting meeting of
the Junior Chautauqua Association
was held Friday afternoon. Under
the leadership of Miss Enid Lyons,
of Chicago, the young people enjoy
ed outdoor games and amusements.
She was assisted by Miss Ree Zug
and the Rev. George Fulton, presi
dent of the Mechanicsburg Board of
Miss Lyons formulated plans for
a series of winter entertainments
which the juniors will hold. Later a
porch party was held at the home of
Mrs. R. H. Thomas, Jr., West Main
street, and a feature of the affair was
the story hour.
Britain Is Revengeful
For German Atrocities
While Asking For Peace
London, Oct. 14.—Unconditional
surrender Is rapidly gaining popu
larity with the average citizen as a
response to th° Gorman document,
and many would not bo satisfied with
anything less.
This feeling is accentuated by the
German attempt to destroy Cambrai
and the razing of villages by the
enemy In his great retreat, as well
as by sinking of the Lelnster—all
these being acts from which no mili
tary advantge could be gained.
The sinking of tho Lelnster gave
[a stunning blow to whatever feeling
existed in England for a peace of
reconcilliation. The affair caused
more ihdlgnation than any subma
rine exploit since the sinking of the
Lusltania. The contrast between
Prince Max's benevolent utterances
and Germany's day by day military
and naval policies is the text for
most of the newspaper sermons on
the situation.
Manheim Claims
Danger From Fire
The borough of Manheim. Lan
caster county, to-day declared In a
Complaint to the Public Service Com
mission that it was in danger of fire
because of the alleged failure o'f the
Manheim Water Company, to main
tain a supply and pressure contract
ed for. The commission directed, the
company to file an answer to the
charges. Whitehall township, Le
high county, to-day attacked the new
fares and zones of the Lehigh Valley
Transit Company, and the rates of
the Clear Springs Water Company,
while the Pittsburgh Shovel Com
pany. objected to the new rates of
the Gilpin Natural Gas Company, for
gas at Leechburg.
Adjutant General Beary to-day an
nounced that the armory at Ambler
had been opened as an emergency
hospital and that ten members of the
Reserve Militia had been detailed to
act as orderlies.
A. M. Stager, candidate for the
House on the Prohibition ticket in
Franklin county, filed a withdrawal
to-day. Death of Representative I.
K. Urich, of Annville, to-day leaves
a vacancy to be filled on the Repub
lican legislative ticket in Lebanon
The State Department of Fisheries
has been forced to discontinue the
shipment of fish from four of its
hatcheries because the employes are
down wlrti influenza. Many of the
men at other hatcheries are sick and
some -of the wardens have been af
fected by Jhe epidemic.
C. P. Rotters, Jr., elilef of the bu
reau of accounts of the Auditor Gen
eral's Department was called to
Wilkcs-Barre by serious Illness of a
nephew. Auditor General Snyder was
unable to come here to-day because
of illness of Mrs. Snyder.
The Public Service Commission Is
in executive session to-day for the
first time in two weeks and some ac
tion in cases may be taken. All Dau
phin county water cases fixed for
this week have been postponed.
The Philadelphia Klectrlc Coinpnny,
to-day paid $84,000 as state tax on
loans'" to the State Treasury.
Governor llrumlumgh to-day ap
proved a requisition from the Gov
ernor of Colorado for return to Den
ver of Charles A. Ward alias Clarence
Allen, under arrest in Philadelphia
and . accused of working a confidence
game for $1,035.
Fred M. Muller, of Altoona, to-day
complained to the Public Service
Commission that the Penn Central
Light and Power Company, had re
fused to extend its lines as asked by
a number of residents of Pleasant
Valley avenue district.
The Susquehanna Traction Com
pany, operating in Lock Haven and
vicinity has filed notice of advance
of. fares from five to seven and ten
cents in certain cases and establish
ment of new divisions.
German Paper Openly
Demands Kaiser Quit
j Zurich, Switzerland, Oct. 14. —1n an
i extraordinary outspoken article the
"Franklisehe Tagesport." the Nurem
, berg Socialist organ, flatly demands
the abdication of the German Em
It declares that the responsibility
for the present situation rests on him
and says that as the military system
is about to collapse, he must be the
last of the military monarchs.
Mechanicsburg, Pa., Oct. 14.
Rainy weather and consequent wet
streets caused the delivery car of A.
L. McLane, proprietor of an East
Main street meat store, to skid while
coming down Main street, near Arch
on Saturday. Mr. McLane was driv
ing the machine, which spun around
and finally dashed full force into a
tree, the sudden impact almost en
tirely wrecking the car. The top was
torn off, rear wheels demolished, the
wind shield smashed and other parts
badly damaged. Mr. McLane escaped
with slight injuries.
A Canadian Pacific Port, Oct. If.
—Passengers were removed to-night
from a Canadian steamer which
grounded near here yesterday. A
report from the wreck says the
steamer has several feet of water in
her hold.
Here are the Newest
of the New Shoes
. |
Shoes of character, so
graceful, so superb in
quality, so fashionably
designed and so care
fully made.
Then, when you let
us fit your feet—and
you know how partic
ular we are in this re
spect—you'll find they
feel just as good as
they look.
C. B. Rodney
34 North Third Street

Names of Six Local
Soldiers Carried on
Official Casualty Lists
Tho names of six local soldiers
were reported on yesterday's casual
ty lists as wounded In action. All
had been carried before In the un
official list. They are! Lieutenant
Richard J. Miller, Ceylon Samuel
Mollhenny, Alimento Magnelli, Ira
C. Schaeffer and Harry B. Burner.
Lieutenant Miller, son of Harvey
O. Miller, cashier of the Merchants'
National Bank, residing at 2821
No r th Third street, attached to the
Sixth Earl of Chester Battalion, an
English medical corps, was wound
ed severely September 4. when elev
en of his companions were struck
dead by an exploding shell and he
was struck la the back, arm, knee
and neck. At the present time he is
in a base hospital In France, but ex
pects to be taken to England soon,
and from there home
Private Ceylon Samuel Mcllhenny.
who was wounded severely on Au
'jj>, is the son of Mrs. T. H.
Schaeffer. He enlisted in the old
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Eighth Regiment during July. 191T,
and later was transferred to the
Machine dun Battalion attached to
the One Hundred and Twelfth Di
vision. He is 20 years old,
Harry P. Burner, recorded as
slightly wounded, is the son of Mrs.
Anna Burner. Altmento Magnelli,
wounded severely, Is a son of Ame
dio Magnelli, 830 Bouth Fourth
street, Steelton. Ira C, Schaeffer,
also wounded, is the eon of Mrs.
Chrlstianna Schaeffer, Tower City,
R. D. No. 1,
Pneumonia Jackets Are
Made by the Red Cross
That stricken sufferers from in
fluenza might live, forty Harrlsburg
women worked at the local Red
Cross workrooms Sunday, making
dozens of pneumonia Jackets, which
were used in allaying the pain.
This fact was made public this
morning and is cited by Red Cross
officials as an illustration of the ver
ity that Red Cross workers are ever
ready to help all suffering.
Another salient point in the fight
against influenza is that in every
case when the Red Cross was called
OCTOBER 14, 1918.
upon for assistance this was given.
With scores of volunteer nurses
from ©very walk of life, the work
of relief continued yesterday, al
though it was decreed to be a day of
rest. '
The Red Cross workrooms are
open to-day as usijal for patriotic
women of the city. The meeting of
the National War Aid will be, held
to-night, when emergency pneu
monia Jackets will be m^e.
Hewitt G. Zollinger
Dies in Mt. Holly Home
' Hewitt Grove Zullinger, aged 27
years, died at his home fn Mt.* Holly
i Springs Saturday night acoord'.nx to
| word received here. As chairman cf
the Democratic committee of Cumber
land county, a member of ihe Bor
ough council, Cumberland Star Lodge
of Masons, Carlisle Lodge of Elks,
and Mt. Holly Spring Odd Fellows
Lodge, he was widely known in the
entire Central Pennsylvania region.
He was district chairman of the
Council of National Defense and bor
ouyh chairman fo>- tlie liberty L.ourtl
campaign. Death was due to pneu
Private funeral services will bo
held Tueaday afternoon at 2.50
o'eloek. Mr*. Zollinger. formerly of
Harrlaburg, was Miss Ethel Davies.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H.
Davles, 2009 Oreen street.
I make all eye examinations
personally and guarantee every
pair of glasses.
12 N. Market Square, 2nd Floor

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