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SEAT AT PEACE TABLE POINTED OUT BY "DRYS" Anti-Saloon League Sees Way of Widening World Sentiment fly Associated rress Columbus. Ohio, Nov. 21. —The peace conference as a means of spreading the prohibition movement into countries as yet untouched by anti-saloon forces was advocated here last night at the world-wide conference on prohibition, being held under the auspices of the Anti-Sa loon League of America. The Rev. P. A. Baker, national superintendent of the league, ad dressing the meeting said that "somehow prohibition sentiment must make itself felt at the peace, table," but did not indicate by what means. Bryan Sees End of Rum William J. Bryan, former Secre tary of State, who addressed last night's session aroused applause when he alluded to the probable signing by President Wilson within a day or two of the national war prohibition bill. Mr. Bryan declared ttiat the sale of intoxicating bever ages on the continent -of North America is nearing its end rapidly and that when prohibition has lie come effective in the United States and Canada, officials of other na tions should be invited here to note the results which, lie believes, will be most convincing and effective in the advancement of the conference's aim of international prohibition. NEW PICTURE THEATER Liverpool, Pa., Nov. 21. —The car penters are still at work on trans forming the old shirt factory build ing into a moving picture theater. The work of remodeling is being pushed as fast us possible and Liver pool will soon have the movies again. Why John Quit Drinking By John's Wife I'm the happiest little woman In all this little town; And my merry laugh and singing. Takes the place of sigh and frown. For JOHN HAS gUIT HIS DRINKING And is like himself once more. And the world is just a paradise With such happiness in store! One day I read , some verses— "Mary's Miracle." the name, And I said, that's John exactly. And I'll send and get the same. So 1 sent for GOLDEN TREATMENT. (As sly as sly could be) And I put it in John's supper And I put it In his tea. And it didn't taste a little bit; Had no odor. so. you see—. It was smoothest kind of sailing For little Doctor Me. And I watched and prayed and waited. (And cried some. too. I guess;, And 1 didn't have the greatest faith, I'm ashamed now to confess. And John never thought a minute. He was being cured of drink. And soon lie's as well as any one. It makes me cry to think! Just makes me cry for gladness, I'm so proud to be his wife Since he is cured of drinking, And leads a nice, new life. "Since John he quit a-drinklng!" I can't say it times enough! And hates and loathes a liquor As he would a poison stuff. And when I say my prayers at night As thankful as can be— I prav for John the most of all— Then GOLDEN TREATMENT. Homte Treatment for Drunkards OilorlfNß nncJ TnittrlfNu— Any l.ndjr Can r.he It Secretly at Home In Tent toffee or Food. Costs Nothing to Try If you have a husband, son. brother, father or friend who is a victim of liquor, all you have to do is to send your name and address on the coupon below. You may be thankful as long as you live that you did it. Free Trial Package Coupon l>r. J. \\. Haines lain puny, 1(7 Glenn litdg., Cincinnati, Ohio Please send me, absolutely free, by return mail, in plain wrapper, so that no one .-an know what it contains, a trial package of Golden Treatment to prove that what you claim for It is true in every re spect. Name Street City I*'*' B •_ "N'uxated Iron helps nut astonishint strength and energy into the veins ol men and bring roses to the cheeks of pale, nervous, run-down women." says Dr. James Francis Sullisran, formerly physi eian of Bellevue Hospital (Outdoor Dept.) N. V. and Westchester County Hospital. "I prescribe it regularly m'cases ol dr pleted energy, anaemia and lack of strength and endurance. There is nothing like organic iron--Nuxated Iron-to quickly enrich the blood, make beautiiui, healthy women and atrong, vigorous, iron men. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. THURSDAY EVENING, HABJUSBURG (M&& TELEGRAPH NOVEMBER 21, 1918. IGERMAN ALLIANCE LINKED TO BEER IN SENATE PROBE L'n-American Organization Is' Revealed as Opposing Na- j tion's Friendliness to Allies j Wnshiiigoit. Nov. 21.—The pro- German activities of the German- American Alliance, which organisa tion it was declared, fostered move ments to injure the United States and prevent munitions going to the j Allies, and other. un-American acts, were revealed yesterday during the continued hearing into the beer money employed in buying newspa pers. Major Humes, who is conducting the case, read a statement front the president of the German-American | Alliance which seemed to be an ap peal to the Germans to be loyal to the United States, but really was a j protest against sending munitions to the Allies. Th shipment of munitions to the | Allies, the statement said, could be j no loss opposed to the neutrality of j the United Stutes than the refusal to | allow munitions to go to Germany, j Major Humes asked Hugh H. Fox, I secretary of the United States Brew- j ers' Association, if he hud not known ' of the preparation of this statement and if it was not absolute evidence! of the relation of the brewers' inter- ! ests with German propaganda. "I did not know any such state- • J ment was prepared in our offices," j i replied the witness. ".Whether it j would show any relations between j | tli brewers and the German propa- I gandists I doubt very much." "But don't you consider it rather j I significant that it came front your , office and was prepared there for j I the head of the German-American i | Alliance," insisted Major Humes. "Well, perhaps so," assented the I witness. I "Did not the brewers make a quar-1 j terly payment to the German Alii- ! ancp for its maintenance'.'" asked i Major Humes. "X cannot recall that, but it might j have been done," replied Mr. Fox. I Pressed to tell whether the Unlt- I ed States Brewers' Association had not paid $25,000 at one time to the j | German-American Alliance, Mr. Fox : i said it "might be true." Going into the brewers' black-1 ) list. Major Humes asked if the Brew lers' Association had not, for years, < maintained a boycott against con- i corns that opposed the liquor inter- I | ests. , "There was no boycott." replied : 1 Mr. Fox. "We were simply engaged . : in what was practically a warfare. I l We had our business at stake and ! jwe felt that we had a legitimate ! right to throw business to those who ! j were friendly to us. That is why j I \Ve had our list of .concerns that ! were unfriendly." KLI MYKKS DIES KMUabtuy, Pa . Nov. 21.— km .My. •ers. aged 75 years, died at his home in Carroll township yesterday, after ' several weeks' illness. lie was a [ member of the Reformed Church ' and is.survived by his wife, three] I sons and one daughter, Alvin, of ; i Harrisburg: Mervin 11.. of Annville; Clarence, of Western Pennsylvania.! I and Mrs. T. D. Baker, of Carroll | township. The funeral will be held from the home on Saturday morn ing at 10 o'clock. Burial will he made at Filey's Chureh. DII.LSBUHG Mrs. Kosa Klugh is spending sev eral days with her sister. Mrs. J. ; Harold Reauck, at Chanibersburg. Charles Prosser is seriously ill at j his home with influenza. Russell Weaver is ill with influ- | enza. M. 1,. Weaver is managing the i livery business at present. The hosiery managers are arrang- ] ing to erect a large two-story brick I • building. They have outgrown their ' present quarters. Charles Wareheim who has been ' j seriously ill, is improving. BIG BASS CAUGHT Gettysburg, Pa., Nov. 31. - Isaac] Wagner, of near Kast Berlin, caught ■ a black bass In Kisenhart's dam, ' near that town, that weighed four! and three-fourth pounds and meas ured twenty-one inches in length and ! fourteen inches in circumference. I The mouth of ihe tish was large! enough to receive a man's list. His second trophy of the day was a j | smaller one weighing one and a half ! i pounds and measuring twelve inches I j in length. UNITED PRAYER SERVICE j Dauphin, Pa., Nov. 21.—The first j I meeting of the union prayer service ' of the Methodist And Presbyterian ] Churches was held last evening at i the Methodist parsonage. On account I of tHe coal situation the midweek! I services of the two churches have j been united and will l>e continued j 1 during the winter. The next meeting ! I will be held at the home of Mrs. ] Ha bra M. Bell. No II.I.NEss REPORTED j Dillsburg, Pa., Nov. 21.—The Rev I Mr. Grahill. of the United Brethren' Chureh, announce.bon Sunday that! not one of the members of the four churches in Dlllsburg charge had j died front the influenza, and so far as is known all the members of the Calvary Sunday school in the serv- i ice had escaped without serious aft- | er-efTects. 5ir,.000.000 FOR IMPROVEMENTS j Marietta. Pu.. Nov. 21.—1t has! been rumored that $15,000,000 has been appropriated by the Pennsyl vania Railroad Company to improve , the land in West Marietta, where i construction work was begun a few | days ago. Farms for miles back have | been purchased and others sought j for. A roundhouse, over 800 feet long j and 400 feet wide, will be erected. WAR FUND OVERSUBSCRIBED j Mkldleburg, Pa., Nov. 21.—A. D. Gougler, chairman of the United ' War work committee of Middleburg | borough, reported that the borough i had subscribed $1,550. The quota [was $1,200. The entire quota fori Snyder county is SIO,OOO. and five of the districts of the county have gone | over the top, and the county will oversubscribe its quota. DONEGAL PASTOR INSTALLED Marietta. Pa., Nov. 21.-—The Rev. S. S. Quigley, was yesterday installed as pastor of the Donegal Presbyter ian and Mount Joy churches. The Presbytery of Westminster had charge of the installation. Harry C. Neeley was ordained to the ministry. The Rev. Mr. Quigley succeeds the Rev. Frank Bossert, who went to France. SNYDER INSTITUTE Middleburg. Pa., Nov. 21 The Snyder County Teachers' Institute will be held at Middleburg during the week beginning December 2 Su perintendent T. A. Stetler has secur ed the services of a very able corps of instructors. Dr. Ellis, of Juniata College, and Dr. Thompson, of Bos ton, are the day instructors. WAR BOARD WILL MEET ON TUESDAY Belief at Capitol That Gover nor Has Enough Votes to Be Chosen Historian The Stale Defense Commission or "War Board," which has the dis bursement of the $-',000,000 appro priation made by the last Legisla ture for emergency and war activi ties, will meet here nevt Tuesday and t is probable that final step's will be taken in regard to the se lection of Governor Martin G. Brumbaugh to be the historian of Pennsylvania in the war in which Dives, Pomerou & Stewart Gift Items Attractively Priced in This List of Friday Specials •No I' rtday Specials Sent C. 0. It., or Mail or Phone Orders Filled Store Hours: 9 to 5.30. Saturday 9 to 9 P. M. Women's Underwear . and Hosiery 50c white cotton ribbed vests; high neck and long sleeves. Special Friday only 39c Children's heavy flat wool vests and pants, in white and grey; values 60c to SI.OO. Broken lines. Special Friday only 15c Women's 2Be black cotton seamless hose. Special Friday only 19 C Women's 35c white lisle seamless hose. Special Friday only 29c Women's 75c fiber silk hose, in black and colors. Special Friday only 5c Children's 39c fine ribbed white lisle seamless hose. Spe cial Friday only 29c Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Basement Specials Safety matches, dozen boxes, 10c 3 roils 10c crepe toilet paper, 23c $1.15 white enameled bread boxes, slightly damaged ..79c 15c dish cloth holder, covered with rubber 8c 90c Wearever Aluminum muf fin pans, 6-cup size 59c $1.75 pie servers, nickel plated frame, white lined inset, SI.IO $2.75 galvanized ash cans with cover, 1)4 bushel size ....$2.19 25c bottle Lyknu furniture polish 19c $2.75 blue flame nickel trimmed gas heaters ... $2.39 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Basement. Among the Notions Destructible sanitary napkins. Sppcial Friday only . 4c Sanitary aprons . Special Fri day only 25c 30c sanitary belts. Special F"riday only 25c Dives, .Pomeroy & Stewart, Street F'loor. Petticoat Specials Satine and perealine petti coats in black ground with Roman stripe and floral pat terns: regular $1.50 and $1.95 values. Special F'riday only, 95c Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Second F'loor. Ribbon Remnants Warp print ribbons in light and dark patterns; suitable for fancy work. Special Friday only, yard 29c Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Cotton Dress Goods $1,25 silk faille, half silk, 36 inch satin stripes. Special Fri day only, yard ...98c 85c silk cords, half silk, 36 inches, solid shades.. Special Friday only, yard 39c • Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, • Street F'loor. Art Department 36-inch stamped centers. Spe cial Friday only 19c Scarf and pin cushion sets, stamped. Special F'riday only, 29c 15 balls Angorina for tains and sweaters. Special Friday onjy, ball 8c 25c and 59c Christmas novel ties. Special Friday only,s 10c Small skeins yarn; assorted ours. Special F'riday only, 9c Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Third F'loor. Men's Underwear and Hosiery Men's $3.25 wool shirts and drawers of heavjVweight. Spe cial F'riday only ~.52.75 Boys' heavy natural wool vests and drawers, values 75c to $1.50. Special Friday only 60c and 75c Men's 60c black cashmere .seamless socks. Special Friday only 45c Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street F'loor. it is expected that William H. Ball, his scretary, will be his collabora tor. The Governor Is said to have assurance of a majority of the votes of the members of the commission for the selection t>f himself und is very ambitious to do the work. There were intimations to-day that the Governor's 1 project might run counter to the collection of data be gun two months ago by the Penn sylvania War History Commission, which is headed by Governor-elect William C. Sproul and which in cludes such menas Dr. John Bach McMaster, Herman V. Ameh, Hamp ton L. Carson. John V. Jordan and other men eminent in historical mat ters. The adjustment of these ac tivities will be a matter to be work ed out when the Governor retires from office. Since the signing of the armistice there has been a material reduction of the expenses of the State Council or National Defense upon which Lieutenant-Governor Frank B. Me- Tributes to American Industry and Perseverance-A Great Exposition TOYS THAT DEVELOP YOUNG MINDS to qualify as the world's Toy- Christmas shopping makers, and merit the encour- , . 1 j " S * s ' loll ' < l visit our agement all of us can give. ' Section. Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Basement. A New Department Feature Semi-Finished Corsets of Distinction J he corset department on the second floor announces the inauguration of a new section on custom made stmi-finished models, facilities are ready at hand to have each garment fitted individually and finished by an expert corseticre at moderate charges. 240 Pair Women's Shoes A remarkable value representing a style from our own stock that could not be duplicated under $8.50. High cut with cocoa calf vamps and fawn nubuck top, lace model with imitation wing tip and straight walking heels, a'M sizes and widths. Extra special Friday only, pair $5.95 Dives,* Pomeroy & Stewart, Market Street Section. WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES Regular SI.OB to $3.50 fine quality house dresses of per cales, chafnbrays and ginghams, representing lots from regular stock, not all sizes in each style, but all sizes from 34 to 44 in the various styles. Extra special Friday only, Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Second F'loor. $1.75 # Men's Shirts 95c percale shirts, plain and novelty stripes, slightly counter soilea. Special F'riday ortly, •4c Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Men's Store. Goatskin Gloves Men's and Boys' 59c goat skia glovgs. Special F'riday only, 48c Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Men's Store. Clain sits as the representative of tjie State Defense Commission and the future of the State Council and its activities will be discussed when the "War Board" meets here Tuesday. PEAS IN FULL BLOOM Marietta, Pa„ Nov. j2l. —A bed of peas In full bloom ithd with well fwrrned pods is attracting attention in the garden of Mrs. William Kil llan, at "Kirkwood." Should the weather continue the family hope to have peas for their Christmas din, ner. Aged gardeners predict that when peas bloom so late there will be a mild winter. HOLDING UPLIFT SERVICES Liverpool, Pa., Nov. 21.—Special uplift services by the Liverpool Min islerium are being held here this week. Thursday services will be held in the Methodist Church at ( .30 o clock. ) itai subjects ure being discussed by the ministers with spe cial music by the Union choir. Boys' Sweaters $1.50 oxford grey coat sweat ers. Special F'riday only, $1,19 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Men's Store. Cap and Scarf Sets $1.19 $1.35 brushed wool cap and scarf sets. Special Fri day only 85c Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Men's Store. Men's Dinner at Pine Street Presbyterian This Evening At 6.30 o'clock this evening the men" of the Pino Street Presbyterian Church will meet at the Boyd Mem orial building for a big men's sup per. This "Loyalty Supper" marks the first of the men's evenings which have been planned for the winter. Every Thursday evening the build ing is set aside for men only with some special program for the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. To-night the theme will be "Loyalty" and addresses will be I made by E. Gross on "Loyalty to ] Country;" John Fox Weiss on "Loy- i alty to Church" and Dr. Lewis Soy- | inour Mudge on "Loyalty to the Mas- ! ter." A large number of tile men are | expected to attend. To-morrow a similar "Loyalty Basement Wash Goods Apron Gingham, hlue checks. Special Friday only, yard ..22c 20c blue calico. Special F'ri day only, yard 17c 39c Japanese crepe, solid shades and stripes. Special Friday only, yard 29c 35c printed outing in colored stripes. Special Friday only, yard . 20c Percale, 36 inches, fancy col ored stripes. Special F'riday only, yard 25c Dives. Pomeroy & Stewart, Basement. Men's Sweaters $1.95 oxford grey coat sweat ers. roll collar, sizes 36 to 46. Special Friday only . . . . .$1.45 $4.98 heavy wool coat sweat ers, navy, maroon, oxford and brown. imperial F'riday only, $1.25 Divee, Pomeroy & Stewart, Men's Store. , Men's Shoes $2.75 gun metal calf button and lace shoes and black kid skin lace shoes, full toes, heavy stitched soles, sizes . 8 to 10. Special Friday only , ..$2.15 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street F'loor, Rear. Boys' Shoes $1.75 gun metal calf button and lace shoes, broad toes, heavy leather soles, sizes 9 to 12 4. Special F'riday only. $1.15 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street F'loor, Rear. Women's Shoes $2.50 black. kid button and laee shoes, low heels, sizes 2% to 4 on B imd C widths. Spe cial Friday only v $1.35 Dives. Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor, Rear. Supper of Boys," will be served. The speakers for the boys' supper will be J. Frank Palmer, Frank J. Con sylmnu and Dr. Mudge. Great en thusiasm has been aroused for these evenings. Mr. Consylman's class of forty-six boys is coining by his in vitation in a body. A Pine Street Presbyterian fife and drum corps has been organized for the boys of the church and Sunday school. Samuel E. Franklin, the crack drummer of Harrisburg, lias been retained as instructor and leader of tlie corps, and he hopes to have his lifers in shape to help in the procession "when the boys come home." There was great excite ment when tiie boys met for their first practice Tuesday evening and if the boys have their way according to their promises they will lie in marching condition far in advance of Mr. Franklin's prediction. Sammy Taylor, of North Second street, is the youngest member of the corps. Lining Specials 59c and 69c floral satine, 36 inches. Special F'riday only, >ard 3JK. 69c farmer's satine, 4 0 inches, black only. Special Friday only I ard 59c 39c satine, 30 Inches. Spe cial F'riday only, yard 35c Dives. Pomeroy & Stewart, Street F'loor. Bleached Sheets Bleached sheets, 76x90 inches; seam in center. Special F'ri day only $1.39 Bleached sheets, seamless, 81x90 inches. Special Friday only $1,75 Bleached Sheets, seamless, 81x99 inches. Special F'ridav only Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street F'loor. Bed Spreads $3.50 hemmed crochet bed spreads, full double bed size. Special Friday only $2.80 • Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street F'loor. Women's Shoes $6.00 tan calf and dark blue kidskin vamps with white kid skin tops, 8 inches high lace style, welted soles and high French heels. Special Friday only $4.50 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street F'loor, Rear. Girls' Hats Two lots of dress and ready to-wear velvet, velveteen and corduyoy hats that have been selling special at 75c and $1.50. Special F'riday only, 50c and $1 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Second F'loor, Front. I'KXIIHOOK CHURCH TO HOLD ALL-DAY SERVICE \ An all-day Rally service will b held at the I'enbrook United Evan gelical Church Sunday. The Rev. R H. Niebel. D. D., wilt spealc In Sundaj school.' The Rev. ,W. S. Harris will address the Keystone League, art. Bishop U. F. Swcngel, D. D., of Har rlsburg, will speak at 10.SO on tlx subject. "The Church," and at 7.V\ subject, "Readiness For Chrlaisfl Coming." TO HOLD RALLY DAY A special Rally service will Tm held at Harrisburg Mission of tin United Evangelical Church, Sunday, 1 ill the Steele school building, Fifth and Mahantongo streets. Bishop W, H. Fouke, will be the principal speak er. Special services will Include Sun day school and preaching services. Furniture Specials Jacobean serving table, $8.05 Reed settee $8.05 Mahogany rocker $1.95 Three-piece tapestry living room suite $85.00 Old ivory chairs and rockers, $8.05 Tapestry chairs $20.00 Royal easy leather chair, $25.00 Mahogany . bed davenport, $65.00 Tapestry rockers ....$55.00 Mahogany davenport, cane ends and back, tapestry spring seat ... . $20.00 Mahoxany music cabinet, $7.05 Mahogany sewing cabinets, $5.50 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Fourth Floor. Colored Dress Goods $2.50 army cloth; 56 inches wide. Special Friday only, yard, SI.OB $4 95 plaid back coating; 54 inches wide. Special Friday only, yard $3.50 $3'.95 navy slbeline coating; 54 inches wide. Special Friday only, yard $2.95 890 granite cloth; 36 inches wide. Special Friday only, yard s> 690 89c costume serge; 36 inches wide; in navy, grey and brown. Special Friday only, yard, 69c $1.25 French serge; 41 Inches wide. Special Friday only, yard 95c $3.00 *navy gabardine; 54 inches wide. Special Friday only, yard $1.50 $3.50 navy all wool serge. Special Friday only, yard, $2.95 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Black Dress Goods $1.50 all wool serge; 42 inches wide. Special Friday only, yard $1.25 $1.25 all wool santoy; 36 inches wide. Special Friday only, yard ............. .SI.OO $2.25 all wool French serge; 42 inches wide. Special Friday only, yard $1.95 $4.00 chincilla coating; 54 inches wide. Special Friday only, yard $2.95 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Navy Charmeuse $3.00 navy charmeuse, heav iest woven, 36 inch. Special Friday only, yard .......$2.39 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor, Table Cloths $3.00 mercerized pattern cloths, 2x2 yards. Special Fri day only $2.49 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. i " Heavy Crash Extra heavy crash, red bor der, 17 inches. Special Friday only, yard 12J£c Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor. Table Damask 75c mercerised table damask, 58 inches. Special Friday only, yard 69c Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Street Floor.