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Chandler Brothers and Company,
members of New York and Phlladel
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ket Squai-e. Harrisburg; 336 Chestnut
street, Philadelphia; 34 Pine street.
New York—furnish the following
quotations: Open. 2 p. m.
AHis Chalmers 27% 27%
Amer Beet Sugar 68% '68%
American Can 85 86 74
Amer Loco 66 66
Amer Smelting 80 8074
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The Knight .. motor, improves
with use and ' has never been
known to wear out. It is the
only type of motor which im
proves in power and perform
ance as the carbon accumulates.
'l'llis week wo will offer a 5-
passenger Willys-Knight, with
wire wheel aquipment, in splendid
mechanical condition. Price, $975.00.
We are rfow overhauling and re
painting a one-ton Buick Truck.
I'omplete, with, electric'lights,
storage battery and generator.
Will be ready for delivery Oc
tober 18. A sturdy, powerful
truck. Equipment consists of
open express body and cab.
For quick sale $650.00
Convenient Payments May Be
212-214 North Second Street.
■of valuable Real Estate. Thursday,
October 17, 1918, at 2 P. M. The Ex
ecutors of the estate of Levi Bolton,
late of Susquehanna Township, de
ceased, will offer at public sale upon
premises Two Three-story r tame
I Uvelling Houses, known as Nos. 2001
and 2003 State Street, Harrisburg. Pa.
And also an adjoining plot of ground
with a stable thereon erected. Said
plot being bounded by State street.
Twentieth street and Walnut street.
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INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Like
pew. Bargain at $95.00. Horst, Ling
HENDERSON MOTORCYCLE FOR
SALE $125. 1916 Model. 2-speed.
Good machine. Call 24 Chestnut street,
ONE THREE-SPEED INDIAN MO
TORCYCLE FOR SALE - H. JL
Enders, Auto Supplies, 239 South Cam
eron street. Dial 5938.
BY AN EXPERT.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
1507 NORTH THIRD ST.
INDIAN, 1916—Good as new, $120.80.
Good tireB —one new. Bargain. Horst
Garage, Lingleetown. Pa.
WE BUY old bicycles, coaster
brakes, and frameo. Call Dial 4990.
New and rebuilt bicycles at very at
igcctive prices; guaranteed repair
ink; come here and get a square
de<l H. F. ESTER BROOK,
912 N. Third Street.
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Legal rate loans. $l5 to $3OO,
made on personal property, real
estate or guaranteed notes.
Weekly or monthly payments
arranged to suit your convenience.
Loan & Investment Co.
204 Chestnut Street
BUY MOKE LIBERTY BONDS
Owing to the Influenza Epidemic The Board of Re
vision of Taxes and Appeals have decided to postpone the
hearing of property owners from assessments made by the
City Assessor for the year 1919 until the following dates:
3rd and 4th* Wards, Monday, November 11th, 1918.
sth and 6th Wards, Tuesday, November 12th, 1918.
7th and Bth Wards, Wednesday, November 13th, 1918.
9th Ward, Thursday, November 14th, 1918.
10th Ward. Friday, November 15th, 1918.
11th and 12th Wards, Monday, November 18th, 1918.
13th and 14th Wards, Tuesday, November 19th, 1918.
By Order of Board of Revision of Taxes and Appeals,
DANIEL L. KEISTER,
Office of the City Clerk, Harrisburg, Pa., October loth. 1918.
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American Sugar 110% 110%
Amer Woolens 5144 61%
Anaconda 70% 71%
Atchison 90% 90
Baldwin Locomotive .... 79% 78%
Baltimore and Ohio .... 56 56
Bethlehem Steel 72% 72%
Butte Copper 24 34%
California Petroleum .. 221% 21
Canadian Pacific 173 171%
Central Leather 68% 67%
Chesapeake and Ohio ... 69% 58%
Chicago K I and Pacific . 26% 26%
Chino Con Copper '39% 39%
Col Fuel and Iron 43 42%
Corn Products . 44 43%
Crucible Steel 5674 56%
I Distilling Securities 49 49%
| Erie 16% 15 74
I Genera! Motors 119 119%
! Great Northern pfd .... 93 92%
Great Northern Ore subs 32 32%
Hide and Leather 17% 17 7s
Hide and Leather pfd ... 84% 85
Inspiration Copper SJI 64%
Kennecott 35% 35%
jKansas City Southern ... 1974 1974
I Lackawanna Steel 74 74 74%
( Lehigh Valley 61% 61%
Maxwell Motors 30% 30%
Merc War Ctfs 80% 31%
Merc War Ctfs pfd .... 119 74 11874
Mex Petroleum 138% 13674
j Miami Copper 28 28
: Midvale Steel 48% 48%
I New Vork Central 75% 75%
'NY N H and H '. 41 40 74
! Norfolk and Westetn ... 108% 108
| Northern Pacific 91% 9174
; Pennsylvania Railroad .. 44% 44%
I Pittsburgh Coal 49% 49
Railway Steel Spg 68 74 67%
I Ray Con Copper 24 -2474
Heading 91 74 90%
| Republic Iron and Steel . 88% 88
i Southern Pacific 9174 90%
'Southern Ry 30% 30
| Studebaker 5874 59%
! Union Pacific 181% 131%
|IT S 1 Alcohol 103 104 74
| U S Rubber 64 74 6374
IT J Steel 110 74 109
Utah Copper 84 84%
Westinghouse Mfg 45% 44 74
Willys-Overland 2274 2174
NOTICE Whereas, letters of ad
ministration to the Estate of J. W.
Deshong, late of llarrisburg, Dauphin
County. Pennsylvania, deceased, have
been granted to the undersigned, all
persons indebted to said estato are re
quested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims or demands
against the Estate of the said de
cedent will make known the same
without delay, to
J. B. FISHER.
Administrator, C. T. A„
St. Davids. Pa.
Or his Attorney.
Estate of Benjamin F. Meyers, de
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the
above estate having been granted to
the undersigned, all persons indebted
to the said estate are requested to
make payment, and those having
claims to present the same without
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF PENN
No. 20 North Market Square,
Estate of Charles N. Watt, deceased.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
on the above estate having been
granted to the undersigned, all per
sons indebted to the said estate arq
| requested to make payment, and those
having claims to present the same
I without delay, to
. ELLA G. WATT.
No. 108 North Second Street.
In compliance with the provisions
of the Act of Assembly of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania. SEALED
I PROPOSALS will be received until 12
i o'clock noon, October 21, 1918, at the
office of the Superintendent of Public
Printing and Binding, in the Capitol
! Building, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania,
■ for the purchase of all Waste Paper
i to be disposed of by the Department
of Public Printing and Minding dur
i ing the year beginning November 1,
I 1918, 'and ending October 31, 1919.
The Proposals must be sealed up and
I must be endorsed "Proposals for pur-
I chasing AVaste Paper," and delivered
I to said Superintendent at or before 12
! o'clock noon on said day, accompanied
i by a bond in the sum of $l,OOO with
two individual sureties, approved by
| the Judge of the Court of Common
I Pleas in which the Bidder resides, or
I the County in which is located his
place of business; or by a Surety
Company authorized to act as surety
in this Commonwealth; or by a certi
! fled check to the order of the State
! Treasurer. The bond shall be for the
faithful performance of this con
tract and shall be made payable to
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Wherever the Bidder has accom
panied his Proposal with a certified
check, if he is awarded the contract,
he shall have the right within Jen
days after such award to substitute
for his check a bond as provided
i Blanks on which to submit bids and
blank bonds will be furnished by the
Department of Public Printing and
D. EDW. LONG,
Supt. of Public Printing and Binding.
By Associated Frtss
Philadelphia, Oct. 18. Wheat
No. 1, buU, leu, $2.26; ~o. 2, red, 9-.24;
No. 2, soft, red, $2.22.
Bran The market is steady; soft
winter, per tun, [email protected]; spring,
per ton. s44.lie® 45.00.
Corn The market is dull; No. 2,
V*siio* t lid lu ui'bUi cilUI IuCbI ( UU (
$1.5501.70; No. 2, yellow, $1.5501.70.
Oats —r The market is higgher;
No. 2, white, 80®80%c; No. 2, white,
72 @72 Vic.
Keilrieu Sugars Market steady;
powdered. 8.45 c; extra fine gcanulat
ed, 7.25 c.
Butter The market is steady;
western. extra. packed creamery,
61c; nearby prints, fancy, [email protected]
biggs Market ilrm; Pennsylvania,
8 11., .jiii ~.ainy lirsis, ire.e oases,
116.50 per case; do., current re
ceipts, free cases, [email protected]; per
case; ncsioni. extras, firsts, free oases,
$16.50 per case; do., firsts, free
cases. $15.90016.20; per case; fancy,
selected, packed, [email protected] per dozen.
Cheese The market is firm;
New York and Wi... it, full milk,
32 @B3 %c. •
Live Poultry The market is firm;
fowls, not leghorns, 34 @ 35c; white
leghorns, [email protected]; young, softmeated
I ousters, [email protected]; young, aluggy roost
ers, [email protected]>25c; old roosters, [email protected];
spring chickens, not leghorns, 32®35c;
white leghorns, [email protected]; ducks, Peking
spring, 30®.32c; d0.,01d,30®33c; Indian
i.u..uer. [email protected]; spring uucl.s, Long
Island. [email protected]; turkeys, [email protected];
geese, nearby. [email protected], western, 25®
Dressed Poultry Firm; turkeys,
nearby, choice to fancy, 5 j)<:oc; do.,
fair to good, [email protected]; do., old. 37®38c;
do., western, choice to fancy, 37®38c;
do., fair to good, [email protected]; do., old xoms,
30c; old, common, 30c; fresh killed
fowls, fancy, 27%®38c; do., smaller
sizes,33®37c; old roosters.2B74c; spring
ducks, Long Island , 38®39c; spring
fowls. fancy, 36®8:%ci; do., good to
ducks, Pennsylvania. 38® 39c; frozen
cnoice, [email protected]; do., small sizes, 2a®
30c; dressed Pekln ducks higher, 34®
36c: old. [email protected]; Indian Runners, 27®
2 7 74c; broiling chickens, western, 32®
40c; roasting chickens, 36c.
Potatoes The market is easier;
New Jersey, No. 1, $1.00®1.16
per basket; do.. No.. 2. [email protected]
per basket; do.. 160-tb. bags. No. L
[email protected], extra quality; do.. No. 2,
$1.9002.25; Pennsylvania. 100 IDa.,
$1.3001.65; New York, old, per 100 lbs.,
[email protected]; western, per 100 lbs., $1.26
@1.55; Maine, per 100 lbs., $1.60®
1.80; Delaware and Maryland, per 100
lbs.. 90c®$1.10; Michigan, per 100 lb..
[email protected]; Florida, per barrel.
[email protected]; Florida, per bushel,
hamper, [email protected]; Florida, per 160-Ib.
bags. $1.50®3.00; North Carolina, per
barrel, $1.60 0 4.00; South Carolina, per
barrel. $1.5004.00; Norfolk, per bar
lel. $2.0004.75: Eastern Shore, per
Tallow xne market is firm;
prime, city, in tierces, 18% c; city
special, loose, 19% c; prime country,
18c; dork, 16 74c; edible, in tierces,
Flour • Dull; winter wheat, new.
100 per cent, flour. [email protected] per
barrel; Kansas wheat, new. slo.oo®
10.85; per barrel; spring wheat, new,
Hay Market higgher; timothy.
No. 1. large and small bales. $37.50®
38.00 per ton; No. 2, small bales, $36.00
@37.00 per ton; No. 3, [email protected] per
Ion; sample, $i2.506 .. ~o per ton; no
grade. $7.50011.50 per ton.
Clover Light mixed. $35.50®
36.00 per ton; No. 1. light mixed.
[email protected] per ton; No. 2, light mix
ed. $30.00033.00 per ton; no grade,
8 18.00®20.00 per ton.
HIfKERXEM; HEADS COMMITTEE
l.ebanon, Pa., Oct. 15. Charles T.
Hickernell, attorney, of Schaetfers
town has been unanimously chosen
by the Republican County Commit
tee to fill the vacancy on the ticket
for Assembly caused by the death of
Dr. Isaac K. Ulrich, of Annville.
In the Matter of the Application for
Letters of Administration upon the
Estate of MORRIS MONROE
SWEIGARD, a supposed decedent.—
In the Orphans' Court of Dauphin
WHEREAS, an application for Let
ters of Administration upon the Estate
of MORRIS MONROE SWEIGARD,
lately a resident of New York City!
New York, who is alleged to have
been absent and unheard of for seven
(7) years and upwarjjs and is sup
posed to be dead, leaving property, the
greater part of which is situate within
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
to wit, in Harrisburg, Dauphin Coun
ty, Pennsylvania, was presented by
Samuel H. Sweigard to the Court of
Quarter Sessions of Dauphin County
on September 23, 191S, whereupon a
decree was entered on the 23d day of
September. 1918, in accordance with
the Act o! Assembly of June 7, 1917
THEREFORE, in pursuance of a De
cree of said Court therein made all
parties interested in the Estate of
Morris Monroe Sweigard, the suppos
ed decedent, are hereby notilled to
be and appear at the Court House, at
Harrisburg, in Dauphin County, Penn
sylvania. on the 2d day of December
A. D. 1918. at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, when and where the said Court
will hear evidence concerning the al
leged absence of Morris Monroe Sweig
ard, the supposed decedent, and the
circumstances and duration thereof
and will make such orders and decrees
as in the Act of Assembly are made
SAMUEL H. SWEIGARD
Petitioner for Letters of Administra
BEIDLEMAN K- HULL,
NOTICE Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate of Frank Yingst,
late of Harrisljurg, Dauphin County,
Pa., deceased, having been granted to
the undersigned residing in Harris
burg, Pa., all persons indebted to said
Estate are requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having
claims will present them for settle
WILLIAM A. GERNERT.
Or to Adminisirator.
I. P. BOWMAN,
NOTICE Letters Testamentary
on the estate of Elizabeth Harner,
late of Harrisburg, Dauphin County,'
Pa., deceased, having been grdhted to
the undersigned residing in said Xtity,
all persons indebted to said Estate are
requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims will
present them for settlement.
COMMONWEALTH TRUST COMPANY,
Estate of William H. Fisher, deceased.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on
the above estate having been granted
to the undersigned, all persons indebt
ed to the said estate are requested to
make payment, and those having
claims to present the same without
MARY F. FISHER.
No. 2329 North Third Street,
John A. Knupp, Sr., of 2000 Slate
Street. Susquehanna Township, Dau
phin County, Pennsylvania, having
died, all persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make payment
and all persons having any 'legal
claims against or demands upon said
estate will make the* same known
JOHN ARTHUR KNUPP. JR.,
I, B. SWARTZ, Attorney,
* 108 North Second Street.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned. Auditors appointed by
the Court of Common Pleas of Dau
phin County to pass upon the excep
tions filed to the Sixth and Final Ac
count of Charles F. Kirschler, Receiver
of the. Traders and Mechanics Bank
of Pittsburgh, Pa., and to make dis
tribution of the amount found to be
in the. said Receiver's hands to and
among those legally entitled thereto
INo. 23 Commonwealth Docket. 1908,),
will sit for the purpose of their ap
pointment at the law office of Charles
C. Stroh, Rooms 409-411 Common
wealth Trust Company Building, No.
222 Market Street, Harrisburg. Pa.,
on Wednesday, November 6, 1918, at
10 o'clock A. M.. at which time and
place all persons interested may be
present In person or by counsel.
CHARLES C. STROH,
General's Daughter Dies
Nursing Men at Meade
llnltitiiore, Oct. 15. Miss Bessie
Edwards, of Washington, daughter of
Major General Clarence Edwards, died
of influenza at Camp Meade. She had
been a pupil nurse at the canton
ment about two weeks, having enter
ed training after her father went to j
GEORGE LESTER SMITH
Funeral services for George Lester
Smith, aged 18 years, son of Mr. and
I Mrs. George Lester Smith, will be
j held at the home of his parents, north
| of Progress, Wednesday afternoon, at
1 2 o'clock. Burial will be made in
I the East Harrisburg Cemetery.
MRS, EMMA J. ROYSTER
j Mrs. Emma J. Royster, wife of R.
J. IWJster, 1728 North Seventh street,
died in the Harrisburg Hospital last (
Friday evening from pneumonia. She
was aged 36 years. She is survived
by her husband and five ehifdren, |
James Royster, Marian Royster, Lar- I
ney Royster, Helen Roster and Dan- |
iel Royster; six brothers, Edward C.!
liautz, Steelton; John Hautz, Harris- j
burg; George Hautz, Roanoke, Va.;i
Hautz, Greensburg. N. C.; Fred f
Hautz, Norfolk, Va.. and Daniel Hautz, |
in France. Funeral services were!
held this morning, at 10 o'clock,
the Rev. E. Luther Cunningham, pas
tor of St. Paul's Baptist Church, of
ficiating. Burial will be made in the
CHURCH OFFICIAL DIES
William F. Brightly, aged 63 years,
died yesterday morning at his home.
1425 Reese street. He is survived by
his widow. Mrs. Edwina Brightly, and
a sister, Mrs. Evers. He was a dea
con and treasurer of St. Paul's Baptist
Church. Funeral arrangements will
be announced later.
Douglas Q. Calladine, rorman at the
Elliott-Fisher Typewriter Company
plant, died Sunday at the Keystone
Hospital. He is survived by his mother,
Mrs. Calladine. of Shamokin; two
brothers and two sisters. Funeral ser
vices will be held in Shamokin Thurs
day afternoon, at 2 o'clock.
MRS. AMRER N. FRENCH
Mrs. Amber N. French, aged 21
years, wife of Charles French, died
Sunday at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hazzard, West
Fairview, from pneumonia. Funeral
services wil be held Wednesday morn
ing, at 10 o'clock. Burial will be
made in the East Harrisburg Ceme
EVAN S. ECKMAN
Evan Smedley Eckman, aged one
week, died Sunday at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Eck
man. 2035 Penn street. Influenza was
the cause of death. Funeral services
will be held Wednesday afternoon, at
4 o'clock. The Rev. Millard O. Pierce,
pastor of the Tabernacle Baptist
Church, will officiate. Burial will be
made in the Paxtang Cemetery.
MRS. HELEN M. LUDLUM
Mrs. Helen Miller Ludlum, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Miller, 24
South Eighteenth street, died at her
home, in Philadelphia, Friday, accord
ing to word received here. Surviving
her are her husband and an in
fant daughter; her father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Mil
ler; two sisters, Clair Miller and Mrs.
Charles Fink, and a brother, Paul
Miller, of Philadelphia. Funeral ser
vices will be held at her home
Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock. The
Rev. Father Joseph Murphy will of
ficiate. Burial will be made in Mt.
CHARLES K. REEDY
Charles K. Reedy, aged 27 years,
died yesterday morning at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Reedy, Washington Heights, from an
attack of pneumonia. Funeral serv
ices will be held Thursday. They
will be in charge of the Rev. Win
tield S. Herman, pastor of Zion Lu
theran Church. Burial will be in the
East Harrisburg Cemetery. He is
survived by his father and mother,
three sisters and a brother, now in
France. Mr. Reedy served three i
years as a patrolman for the Penn
sylvania Railroad Company.
CHARLES H. BRENEISER
Capital City Masonic Lodge No.
3 30. of Harrisburg, will have charge
of the funeral services for Charles
H. Breneiser, young Harrisburg
businessman, to be held at the home
of his mother, Mrs. M. L. Bertolette,
Reading, to-morrow afternoon at I
2.30 o'clock. He died at Camp Colt,
Gettysburg, last week. Mr. Bren
eiser, who was formerly connected
with the Cloverleuf Auto Supply and
Vulcanizing Company, formerly lived
at 2143 Jefferson street.
EDWARD COOK DIES
Edward B. Cook died suddenly in I
Cleveland according to word receiv
ed in Harrisburg to-day. His wife
.was Miss Mary Repplier, a niece of
Andrew S. McCreath, Harrisburg. He
was well known here.
W. HARRY I.OSF.It
W. Harry Loser, son of the late
William L. Loser, attorney, died to
day after a short illness of pneumonia
while on a visit here. Mr. Loser was
principal of the Brookville High
School and was widely known here.
Mr. Loser was a graduate of Cen
tral High School.
CHARLES W. REYIE
The funeral of Charles W. Revie,
son of Joseph Revie, 157 South
Eighteenth street, will be held to
morrow at 1.30 p. m., at the home,
and burial will be at Paxtang Ceme
tery. Youngf Revie succumbed to
pneumonia at Camp Lee last
Friday morning, ills body arriving
MRS. L. ELIZABETH YOHN
Mrs. L. Elizabeth Yohn, Lucknow.
died yesterday. She was aged 42.
Pneumonia was the cause of death.
Kuneral services will be held Wed
nesday evening at 7.30 o'clock. The
body will be taken to Liverpool for
burial. She is survived by her hus
band. Elmer Yohn, and a daughter,
DR. I.UTHEIi M. SHI MAKER
Dr. Luther M. Shumaker, aged 60,
widely-known medical practitioner,
died last evening at his late home
2102 North Sixth street. 'Funeral
servjees will be held Friday morning
at 9 o'clock, the Rev. A. M. Ntamets,
pastor of Augsburg Lutheran Church,
officiating. Burial will be in Elliotts
burg where the body will lie taken by
Hoover & Son, undertakers. Dr. Shti
maker is survived by his wife, Eliza
beth K. Shumaker, a daughter, Stella
8.. and four brothers and two sisters,
lie was a member of the Dauphin
County Medical Society anil was
paominent in medicui circles.
\V. A. LINDSAY ILL
The entire family of Willis A.
Lindsay, an employe in the Harris
burg Telegraph printing rooms, who
lives in Carlisle, ha* been quaran
tined by the influenza. Mr. Lindsay
became sick last Friday and to-day
his condition was reported to be
STEVENS MEMORIAL RED
CROSS TO MEET AGAIN
Red Cross Auxiliary No. 1, of the
Stevens Memorial Methodist Episco
pal Church, this city, are able, after
a few weeks of delay, due primarily
to the influenza epidemic, to announce
their plans for future service. Be
ginning Thursday morning work
rooms will be open all day for work
ers and women not otherwise engag
ed in local Rgd Crss organizations
in Ilarrisburg are urged to Join the
patriotic laborers there. Mrs. Clayton
A. Smucker is in charge of the
The Capitol City Lyceum Course,
despite the epidemic, has entered
upon Its third season and, as already
announced, the Famous Plymouth
Singing Party of Boston, will open its
season, Friday evening, October 25, in
a program keenly Interesting and
patriotic. The course calls for nine
Herbert D. Harry Is !
Dead at Camp Thomas
Herbert. D. Harry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George A. Harry, 1521 North
Second street, died at 11.30 o'clock
Zlast night at ort Thomas, Ky„ ac
cording to word received here.
Widely acquainted in Harrisburg, he
was held in high esteem by all who
| knew him. He was taken sick Fri
day with pneumonia, after a week
in camp. Death came after four
days of illness.
For foyr years Mr. Harry was in
the office of Governor John K. Ten
er. He 'served ft>r more than three
years in the executive omces during
Governor Brumbaugh's administra
tion, resigning his position to accept
another in the Treasury Depart
ment. After repeated efforts to get
into the Army and Navy lie was
finally uccepted for limited service,
his heart being Weak and left for
camp about a week ago. At the time
I of his death he had not yet been
His brother, Fred B. Harry, pro- ;
| prietor of a largq hat store, is now at I
; the Great Lakes Naval Training Stu- ;
; lion in Chicago preparing for naval i
j service. It is expected that he will j
i lie here for the funeral. Services !
j will lie held at the residence of his j
parents Thursday morning at 9 '
o'clock. Mr. Harry is survived by
LAYTON L, HOWARD
Layton Leroy Howard, 1013
South Twenty-first street, died early
Sundiiy morning after a short illness
at the home of his brother-in-law,
the Rev. M. L. Blalock, 12 South Six
teenth street. He was a graduate of !
the Technical High school in the
class of 1908. He took up the study '
of forestry and tree surgery and in
the past two years has done most of !
the private and public work of this i
nature in the city.
Funeral services will be held to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock. The
Rev. Ward McNeil and the Rev. Wil
loughby M. Parchment, pastor of St.
Augustine's Episcopal Church, will
He is survived by his widow, Jane,
formerly a public school teacher, be
sides his mother and father. His fa
ther. James H. Howard, is a Deputy
United States Marshal.
HARRY F. WILLOL'GHBY
Harry . Willoughby, aged 28 years,
manager of the Velie-Harrisburg
Company and a prominent member
of the Elks, d'ied early this morning
at his home. Sixth and Herr streets I
after an illness of a week. Pneu- i
monia was the cause of death. He
was the son of Mrs. Maud Willough
by, 2037 North Sixth street. His
mother, his wife, Mrs. Esther Wil
loughby; a sister. Miss Ruth Wil
loughby and a brother. Robert, sur
vive. He was popular as a
member of the Elks, also holding
membership in the Augsburg Lu
theran Church. Funeral services
have not yet been arrranged.
CLARK A. DIYEN
Clark A. Diven, aged 41 years,
died at his home in Fourth street.
New Cumberland, yesterday after a
six months' illness. He is survived
by his wife and a daughter, Miss
Margaret Diven. Funeral services
will be held Wednesday afternoon.
Burial will be made in Mt Ulivet
LEROY L. HOWARD
Leßoy Layton Howard, aged 31
years, died Sunday at his home. 12
South Sixteenth street, from pneu
monia. Funeral services will be held
Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. I
Burial will be made in the Lincoln !
Cemetery. He was a graduate of |
Technical High school in the class of
1908. He is survived by his wife anh I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Howard. |
He was widely known here.
MRS. AARON SLI TSKI
Mrs. Aaron Slutski, 1209 Green
street, died yesterday afternoon in
the Harrisburg Hospital, pneumonia
being the cause of death, She was
brought to the hospital yesterday
morning and died after a very brief
MRS. EMMA PARMER
Mrs. Ennna Parmer, wife of Alvlp
M. Parmer, Halifax, died yesterday
while visiting her brother-in-law,
jH. C. Parmer, Enola. Pneumonia
j was the cause of death. She was |
aged 23 years, and is survived by |
her husband and a daughter. Her]
mother and father, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Hummel; two brothers,
diaries and Harvey Hummel, and a
sister, Mrs. Joseph Harlan, also sur-]
v'ive. Ijurial will be made in the j
Halifax cemetery following brief
j home services.
MRS. EMMA WINTER BOTTOM
Mrs. Emma Winterbottom, aged
28, wife of Asa R, Winterbottom,
died at her home in Philadelphia
yesterday morning, the result of
pneumonia. Before her marriage she
was Miss Emma Lorenz, Harrls
, burg. Her mother, Mrs. Emily
|Lorenz; a brother, Theodore Lorenz.
and two daughters, Kiitherine and
Elizabeth Winterbottom, survive..
Burial will be made in Harrisburg.
GEORGE H, LESHER
George H. Lesheix aged 44 years,
died last evening art his home, 696
j South Twentieth street. His wife,
j Mrs. Sarah Lesber, and a daughter,
j Mrs. Elias Whisler, survive. The
; body will be taken to Tower City to
morrow morning for burial in the
Greenwood cemetery. He was widely
known in Harrisburg, having li host
of friends who regret to learn of
DR. HYMAN R, WIENER
Funeral services for Dr. Hyman
R. Wiener, aged 29, prominent phy
sician of Harrisburg who died yes
terday morning of influenzu and
! pneumonia, were held at his home,
j 234 State sttreet, at 9 o'clock this
' j morning. Dr. Harvey F. Smith, Dr.
I J. C. Ludes, Leon Lowengard, Sam
uel Kades, Mark Melman and Harry
Lowengard acted as pallbearers.
Rabbi Louis J. Haas, of Ohev Slo
lorn Temple, officiated. The body
was taken to Baltimore by Under
taker Sourbier. Further services
will be held there. D(. Wiener was
perhaps the best known of the
younger physicians of the city and
was regarded as having a brilliant
future. His work among the poor
was extetisiVe and of a charitable
nature, lie was an expert with the
X-ray and skilled as a diagnostician.
Man Still Lives
People who suffer from sour , stom
ach, fermentation of food, distress
after eating and indigestion, and seek
relief in large chunks of artificial di
gestors, are killing their stomachs by
inaction jpst as surely as the victim
of morphine is deadening and injuring
.beyond repair every nerve-in his body.
What the stomach of every sufferer
from indigestion needs is a good pre
scription that will build up his stom
ach, put strength, tenergy and elas
ticity into it. and make it sturdy
enough to digest a hearty meal with
out artificial aid.
The beet prtycrlption for indlgestioh
ever written lie sold by druggists
everywhere and by FT. C. Kennedy and
is rigidly guaranteed to build up the
stomach and • cure indigestion, or
This prescription is named Mi-o-na,
and is sold In small tablet form in
large boxes, for only a few cents. Re
member the name, Ml-o-na stomach
tablets. They never fail —Advertise
C. Merritt Singer's
Funeral Held To-day
C. MERRITT SINGER
The funeral service for C. Merritt
Singer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
win M. Merrett, who died of
pneumonia after a week's illness at
his home, 2007 North Second street,
Saturday afternoon, was held at the
Harrisburg cemetery, where burial
was ifiade, this afternoon at 4
o'clock. The Rev. Dr. S. W. Herman
conducted the services with the as
sistance of the Rev. Henry W. A.
The pallbearers were Lieutenant
Colonel Charles Herman Patterson,
Andrew S. Patterson, Francis Fan
ning of Philadelphia, Mercer B.
Tate Jr., George A. Shreiner Jr. and
MATTHIAS A. I I.KSCH
Matthias A. Flesch, aged 30, died
Sunday evening at his home, 910
Hemlock street, after a short illness,
of pneumonia. He is survived by
bis wife, Mrs. Lulu Flesch. He was
a painter. Funeral services will be
held Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock, the Rev. E. E. Meisenhelder,
pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church,
officiating. Burial will be in Pax
tarig cemetery. Mr. Flesch was cm
ployed at the Ilarrisburg Pipe and
Pipe Bending Company.
JOHN 11. FOCHT
John 11. Focht, aged 74, veteran
of the Civil War and widely known
here, died at his home, 905 South
Front street, yesterday, following a
lingering illness. He is survived by
his wife and a son. Funeral serv
ices will be held Thursday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. The Rev. E. E. Meisen
heledr pastor of Trinity Lutheran
Church, will officiate. Burial will
be in the Paxtang cemetery.
HOME MADE TEA
IN used h.v entire famllleN because It
IN purely vegetable, docs the work
it ml costs very little-
Why pay high prices for Liver and
Rowel remedies when none are better
than Dr. Carter's K, and B. Tea, which
is purely vegetable, can be Brewed at
home, and a small package will last
a long time?
Thousands of old people will tell
you they have been drinking it for
years, and after the liver and bowels
have been put in fine conditio/1 in n
few days by a before bedtime cup
lhat only an occasional cup is after
wards necessary to keep one feeling
tit and tine.
People who drink a cup of Dr. Car
ter's Iv. and B. Tea once in a while,
seldom, if ever, have any billious at
tacks, sick headache or sallow skin.
It's good for boys and girls, especial
ly those who are peevish and fretful.
Druggists have been selling it for
Directions For 100% Use
ALWAYS carry a layer of ashes on grate to prevent
coal from falling through.
Shake grate with short stroke, just enough to remove
most of the ashes; leave a layer on the grate.
Allow fire to burn up brightly, then add a little coal.
Allow fire to burn rather freely for about 1 5 minutes,
then fill fire box with coal almost to bottom of coaling
Buckwheat coal is recommended for early winter
heating. Save your regular furnace sizes until the
weather becomes severe.
The Federal Fuel Administrator will not agree to give
coal dealers any certain designated sizes. The dealer
gladly takes what he can get.
The Consumer who positively refuses to accept any
kind of coal except what he has always used may find
difficulty in getting an adequate,winter's supply.
Order several loads put into your coal bins for a
United Ice & Coal Co.
MAIN OFFICE, FORSTER AND COWDEN STS.
BRANCH OFFICES —Fifteenth and Chestnut Streets;
■Sixth and Hamilton; Seventhand Woodbine, Seventh and Rally
Also Steelton, Pa.
OCTOBER 15, T9Tg.
MRS. MAUD FOX
Mrs. Maud Fox, widow of David
H. Fox, 119 South street, died Mon- '
day. Funeral services will be held
Thursday at New Castle. Hpr father,
S. D. Winton; a brother, Charles
Winton; and a sister, Mrs. J. R.
GEORGE A. It IT) Kit
George A. Ruder, aged 32 years,
died yesterday at his home, 2120
Greenwood street, from pneumonia.
Funeral services will be held Thurs
day afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. The
Rev. J. W. Doaver, pastor of the
Kpworth Methodist Church, will of
ficiate. He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. I-iottie Ruder, and three chil
dren, Gladys, William and Raura
Ruder. Mr. Ruder was well known
in this city and had a host of friends
Word has been received here of
the death of Routs Russ, son of Mr. j
and Mrs. James Russ. who died in
New Haven, Conn., where he has
been making his home with his
mother Mr. Russ died yesterday
morning at about 9 o'clock, at the
age of 38 years Spanish influenza
which developed into pneumonia
caused his death. Tic had been ill
about three davs. The body will be
brought to Harrishurg to-mflrrow
and will be received by Undertaker
Sourbier. Burial will be in Mt. Cal
MRS. MARY J. IfeKEF.
Mrs. Mary Jane McKee died Sun
day at the home of her son, Rudolph
F. McKee. 209 Boas street. Private
funeral services will he held Thurs
day. The Rev. Rewis F. Mudge, pastor
of the Pine Street yPresbyterian
Church, will officiate. Burial will be
made In the Harrishurg Cemetery.
Robert Baumgardner. 1029 Market
street, manager of tho Capital Optical
Comnany. died Saturday afternoon In
the Polyclinic Hospital, pneumonia be
ing the cause of death. He was aged
24 years. His wife. Mrs. Emma
Baumgardner, and his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Baumgardner. sur
vive. The hody was taken to Man
helm yesterday for burial.
E1,1,1S X. KREMER, JR.
Funeral services for Ellis N.
Kremer, Jr., aged 34 years, son of the
Rev. Ellis N. Kremer, pastor of the
Reformed Salem Church, were held
this morning. at 10:30 o'clock.
He died Saturday at the Harrishurg
Hospital from pneumonia. He is sur
vived by his father, three brothers and
Nothing Like Mustarine
For Backache and Lumbago
Worth Its Weight in Gold, Says Nurse
Thousands of Trained Nurses at Home and Abroad Will
Tell You That For Quick Relief From Backache and
Lumbago There Is Nothing So Good as Mustarine
Be economical: Buy the large size: u e sure it's Mustarine, in the yel
contains nearly three times as much , th orj inal substlt ute fo
as the small size at only twice the „ , ' , , , . . , .
p,.j Ce the old fashioned mustard plaster.
Rub It On —lt Cannot Blister the Tenderest Skit
CARL. M. WALLHR
The body of Carl M. Waller, 526
Camp street, who died from pneu
monia, was taken to New York
City by the Hawkins Estate, under
takers, to-day. Burial will be made
CHARIiBS S. WILLIAMS
Charles Seymour Williams, aged five
years, died at the home of his parents,
1509 North Second street. The body
was taken to Lockport, N. last
night, by the Hawkins Estate, under
takers, for burial.
Harry Broddock, aged 50 years, died
Sunday. Funeral services will be
held at the residence of J. Hervey Pat
ton, 1815 North Fjont street, Wednes
day afternoon, at 3 o'clock. The Rev.
Robert Bagneli, pastor <if the Gract
Methodist Church, will officiate. Buria!
will be made in the Harrishurg
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