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Harris Street Members
to Hold Special Services
Kndeavorers of the Harris Street
United Evangelical Church will hold
a Thanksgiving service on Sunday
evening at 6.30 o'clock, In the Sun
day school room. The committee on
arrangements has secured excellent
talent for the occasion and an enjoy
able time is promised to all who
will attend.
Just a Small Tire Sale
Act Quickly—Get Yours
Goodyear, Firestone Double
Fabric, Knights, Federal
and Blackstone Tires
Tubes to Match
30x3 Regular Price, price §512.93
Regular Price, s2s.oo—Sale price §516.90
31x4 Regular Price, $37.00 —Sale price !. $24.00
32x4 Regular Price, $37.00 —Sale price $25.70
34x4 Regular Price, $40.00 —Sale price $28.00
OTHER SIZES AT CORRESPONDING REDUCTIONS
ALL MAKES OF TIRES VULCANIZED
Harrisburg Auto and Tire Repair Company
Agency For the Liberty Six
131 SOUTH THIRD STREET
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! Get Your Car
I Painted Now! |
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% Don't Pat It Off Until the Big Rash
* Is On—and Then Have to Wait
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* This is the time of the year to get your car painted. <♦
% Later on there will be a large number of cars to be %
$ painted and then some one will be disappointed and %
£ have to wait for their car. Now is the time to get it *
♦ in and get a satisfactory job and have it when you *
* want it. Be the Johnny-on-the-Spot. *
i Let l T s Construct Your
5 Truck For Winter Use I
<• .>
We can build a CAB, TOP or WINDSHIELD on f
J your truck that will give you and your goods the nec- •>
♦ essary projection during the bad days of winter
weather. Your health and your merchandise are 1>
worth many times the small investment required to %
* have your truck made rain and cold proof.
| See L T s About It At Once
1 I
t We Have a Large Stock of Special Front and J
Rear FENDERS for FORD Commercial
t and Touring Cars for Sale \ %
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% SEE US ABOUT * t
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❖ Fender and Wrecked Body Straightening— *:*
% Painting Wood Working Blacksmithing
£ Top and Curtain Repairing—Spring Work
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* £ 1 4 Carriage and t
| A® rail Auto Works
* East End Mulberry Street Bridge *
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Quality Motor Trucks ; I
At Lowest Possible Prices |
The remarkable popularity of "Stewart" Quality Trucks is due to the • I
Stewart policy of "big volume at small profit per truck"—to produce quality
I I trucks at quantity prices.
Now is the time to buy, while present low Stewart prices prevail. The
demand for Stewart Motor Trucks will soon far exceed the' supply. Motor
trucks will be needed as never before. Stewart prices were not inflated
during the war period.
i I
Compared unit for unit, there is no better motor truck value in America.
Their low operating cost, coupled with tlie fact that in over six years none
have worn out- insures your getting the right truck at the right price.
A Size for Every Business
%-Ton Chassis $950 li£-Ton Chassis $1975
1-Ton Chassis $1575 2-Ton Chassis.. $2575
3%-Ton Chassis ." $3500
I
Stewart Motor Corporation, Makers
BUFFALO, NEW YORK
HUDSON SALES AGENCY ;
DIAL 6961 1135 MULBERRY STREET BELL 1396
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SATURDAY EVENING.
The program ta as follows: Open
ing selection, boys' scout orchestra:
scripture lesson, by Roy 11. Steler,
president Harris street, K. L| C| E.;
remarks: prayer, duet, by two
young women; selection, girls'
chorus; recitation. Miss Sara Ann
brothers: recitation, "Bringing
Back the Deau Boys From France,"
Miss Hannah Lineberg, with piano
accompaniment; selection, by girls'
chorus: recitation, by Miss Sara Ann
Beck; selection, boys' scout or
chestra.
PROSPERITY ERA
TO FOLLOW PEACE
President of Stewart Motor
Corporation Gives Some
Interesting Reasons
Tlio next five years will bo the
greatest era of posperity this coun
try has ever seen, according to the
views of T. R. Lippard, president of
the Stewart Motor Corporation, Buf
falo, N. Y., makers of Stewart mo
tor trucks. ,
Here are Mr. Lippard's reasons:
"First—The government will fin
ish its shipbuilding program on ac
count of the dearth of ocean ves
sels. Much railroad equipment must
be renewed and repaired. Countries
like South America. Australia,, Japan
and others, that have been dented
steel for commercial work, will soon
place their orders. Building opera
tions in the United States have been
oft approximately seventy per cent,
and before the war it alone took
sitxty per cent, of the steel output.
"Second—The United States will
-have to continue to feed England,
France, Italy and In addition -Ger
many, Austria and other countries,
for a long time to come. With our
merchant marine and great sources
of supplies the world must depend
upon us.
"Third —I.abor wages may come
down some, while the munition
workers are getting back into com
mercial work, but they will never
go back to the old rates. The gov
ernment has already announced that
railroad wages and freight rates will
not be decreased. Other wage-earn
ers will demand the same treat
ment.
"It will be at least two years be
fore all of the soldiers are released
and get back into civilian business.
Before the war thousands of for
eigners Immigrated to this country
each year. This Immigration was
shut off during the war. More than
ten million men have been killed
and as many more incapacitated.
"Our merchant marine will re
quire thousands of men. Our navy
will never be reduced to the pre-war
status. More men will be retained
in our regular army than before.
There will be a dearth of labor in
the United States far years, to'come.
"Fourth—The prices of foodstuffs,
clothing and manufactured articles
cannot be reduced to a great extent
with high labor wages and enor
mous taxes this nation, as well as
others, will have to pay for many
years.
"Never in American history have
we had such a foreign demand for
our products: Now that the war is
ended this demand will increase by
jqmps and bounds. All the eyes of
the world arc turned toward Amer
ica for supplies. .
"Now, with the* shortage of labor
and the resultant high prices of
horse feed, the demand for motor
trucks is bound to be encrmous."
f
Try the
Dependable
Rex .Service
We are here to pleasp i
our customers in all
phases of the Garage
Business Storage, Ac
cessories, Repairs and
Supplies. If you are not
already one of our satis-
I fled patrons, get ac
quainted today.
REX Garage
Third and Delaware. -
HARRISDURG TELEGRAPH
SCORE OF STATE
MEN GIVE LIVES
IN GREAT WAR
Total of 960 Names on List
Reported Made Public by
War Department
Washington, Nov. 23.—The number
of names reported In today s cas
ualty list Is lower than usual. A
total Of 976 Is reported by the War
Department Of the ISI killed in ac
tion, 20 were Pennsylvanians. The
lists and summaries follow:
Killed in action 181 i
Died of wounds 132
Died "of disease . 229
WoUnded severely 170 '
Wounded (degree undeter
mined 5S )
Wounded slightly .......... 69 j
Missing In action 127 1
Prlsoj ers 10
Total 976
KILLED UN ACTION
"-eagenut
Robert O'Nell, Allenport.
Corporals
John C, Hoag, Turtle Creek.'
William M. Houston, Starford.
Privates
Frederick W. Buchwald. Philadel
phia.
William A. Gibson, Natrona.
Lloyd Myers, White.
Oliver E. Naylor, Webster.
Lee Pearman, Jr., Kane.
Algle Herbert Sloan. Eau Claire.
Robert Anthony Strzempek, Scran
ton.
Chalmers Wissinger, Creekslde.
DIED OF WOUNDS
Lieutenants
Gcbrge N. Althouse. Norrlstown.
John W. Day, t Dunns Station.
Sergeants
Samuel A. Gillespie, Erie.
Merle F. MeKitrley, Brookville.
Corporals
Lloyd F. Daniels, Connellsvllle.
Robert L. Libhart, Marietta. '
Wagoner
James Sylvester Magarahan. Phil
adelphia.
Privates
Brinton S. Buck, Philadelphia.
James H. Compton, Narberth.
Leonard Coulton, MorrisVille.
Stephen James Francis, Pittsburgh.
Samuel MeP. Livingstone, Clarion.
Frank Marano, Philadelphia.
George H. Raiger, Lebanon."
John Jacob Rome,' Homestead.
Eugene J. Stepko, Glassport.
Earl L. Teed. Union City.
Frank Wlllowitch, Philadelphia.
Charles Wright, Sharon Hill.
DIED OF DISEASE
Privates
Arthur Munro, Lock Haven.
.Arthur Thomas, Snydersville.
WOUNDED SEVERELY
Sergcant
Raymond Murphy, Pittsburgh.
, Corpora's
John Allen, Clearfield.
Roy V. Middieton, Emlenton.
Privates
Raymond H. Behm, York.
Peter Galasse, East Brady.
Amos H. Jones, Warrior Run.
nas Makrakas, Burgettstown.
John A. Metz, Grandvllle.
George F. Smith, Oil City.
Stanely Moeakowskl, Erie.
Albert Reedy, Jessup.
WOUNDED (DEGREE UNDETER
MINED!
Sergeant
William F. Lebo, Joliett, Schuyl
kill county.
Corporal
Roy James Colburn, Scranton.
Wagoner
Fred L, Bastian, Williamsport.
Privates
John Anderson. Braddock.
John D. Bradshaw, Jr., Stevensville.
WHlard F. Williams. Warrior Run.
Charles J. Slepetys. Leechburg.
WOUNDED SLIGHTLY
Corpora I
Harry W. Shepherd, Blairsville.
Privates
James J. McGonigle, Philadelphia.
Raymond C. Pearce, Saltsbtirg.
This morning's list contained the
following names:
KILLED IN ACTION
Corporal
George T. Cornish, West Philadel
phia.
Privates
John F. Coaklcy, Sharon.
Grant Dlssinger, Re'xmont.
William Earl Edgar, North Brad
dock.
Mario Giuffrlda. Philadelphia.
Carl M. Hovls, Ferris.
James Frank Inglis, Cessna.
Vlncenza PaTise, Boswell.
John Henry Sloop, Shermans Dale.
DIED OF DISEASE
Corporal
Leighton V. Smith, Easton.
Wagoner
Joseph A. Ryan. Landsdowne.
> Cook
Martin A. Mullen, Pittsburgh.
Privates
Don L. Campbell. Fishers Ferry.
Horace George Ho'ngen, Bowmans
town.
John Adams, Carbur.
Joseph Bill. Grand Valley.
James W. Ilrightbill, 15.23 Hunter :
street, Harrlsburg.,
Albert Davis, Jefferson.
Merrill E. Hanselman, Miffilnburg. |
Edward Hltncr, Germantown, Phil- i
adelphia.
Charles W. Schlesser. Scranton.
John O. Simpson, Philadelphia.
WOUNDED SEVERELY
Corporal
Robert A. Parsons, Pittsburgh.
Privates
Harry J. Hugo, Harwood Mines.
William H. McComb. New Castle, ;
Lawrence county.
Jeremiah Thomas Mahoney, Brack- i
ney.
William L. Press. Sunbury.
Augustus Snaidman. Philadelphia.
WOUNDED (DEGREE UNDETER
MINED)
Lieutenant
William P. Hayes. Scranton.
Corporals
John J. G'Donnell, Philadelphia.
Roy D. Robinson, Freedom.
Privates
John Donatelll. Philadelphia.
Walter E. Gross. Norrlstown.
Russell S. Islminger, Washington.
Harry O. Montgormery, Foltz.
WOUNDED SLIGHTLY
Wagoner
William H. Hcston, Philadelphia.
Prlvatea
Harry Brandt. Mount Joy.
Marshall D. Comp, 1213 Market
street, Ilarrlsburg.
John G Kelser, Mausdale.
Frank Wilson, Bunola.
MISSING IN ACTION
Corporals
Francis Leo Smith, Philadelphia,
Edward Chojnack, Philadelphia.
John L. Miller. Clconax.
Mechanic ,
Robert E. Bressler, Lebanon.
Privntea
Albert F. Bright, Philadelphia.
William J. Boylen, Adelaide.
Michelo Davantl, Edgehill.
Staney Kelmanski. Kulpmont.
Ralph Isaac Loutenhiser. Green
ville.
NEWS OF C
DR.ALRICMAT
FffiSTBAPTIST
Noted Minister to Preside
Over Bible Conference
Sessions
I ™— m
REV. GEO. ALRICH
The forty-second monthly interde-a
novninational Bible conference will j
be'held Sunday, Monday and Tues
day, November 24, 25 and 26 in the,
First Baptist Church, Second and
Fine streets. The Kcv. George L. I
Alrich, of Betlieheni, will bo the j
teacher.
Sir. Alrich is widely known as a
strong teacher, lucid in style, and i
rich in scriptural allusions.
The general subject, "Studies in i
Revelation." Sunday, 3.20, "The
Pathio3 Vision of Christ"; Sunday,
7.30, "Kept Out of the Tribulation"; I
r.fonday, 3.30, "Rejected Christen- J
dora"; Monday, 7.45, "An Open;
Door"; Tuesday, 3.30, "A Sealed!
Book"; Tuesday, 7.45, "Coming j
Judgment."
The subjects are timely and will
attract many to hear the addresses
on the wonderful book of the New !
Testament.
Everybody will find a welcome.
Dr. Bagnell to Speak
at Grace Church Rally
"America owes a debt to Franco
which must some day bo paid with
interest" was the statement made
by the Rev. Robert Bagnell soon
after his return from a visit to the ;
war ri? last summer.
Next Monday evening, in a lecture!
in the auditorium of Grace Church,
Dr. Bagnell will tell how this debt
has'been paid in part, taking for his
subject "Yorktown and Sedan —
America pays her debt to France."
The address is given under the
enpices of the Grace auxiliary of
the Rod Cross, and David E.
. icy will preside. No admission
will be charged; all friends of the
Red Cross and the public generally j
have been invited.
Thanksgiving Program
of Cairn H.II Church
Among the activities of Trinity
Lutheran Church, Camp Hill, Dr.
E. D. Weigie, pastor, Thanksgiving
week, the following may be noted:
Wednesday evening, 7.30, the.
Women's Home and Foreign Mis-1
sforvary Society, fviil hold its annual
Thanks offering service. The Mis-
S.vii linnet, us wel las the congrega
tion have been cordially invited to
join the society in this service. A ,
program of song and readings, with
an address by the pastor and the
annual Thur.rs offering will
the occasion.
As usual a one-hour service of,
praise and Thanksgiving and an;
appropriate address by the pastor, 1
with an offering for the poor and!
needy will be held Thursday,'
Thanksgiving day at 10 o'clock, in j
Trinity Lutheran Church.
(Other Church News on Page 11.) j
Stewart McCagster, Newville.
Merritt G. Magie, West Philadel- 1
phia.
FrincDco Mastandrea, Mount
Washington.
Siahowski, Morris Run.
Horace M. Kieffer, Fleetwood.
John Henry Rush, Washington.
Fred A. Turse, Philadelphia.
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Auto Robes—Gloves
Spot Lights
Sponges—Chamois
Accessories
P. H. KELOCH
111 Market Street
Successor to Front-Market Motor
Supply Company, Retail Dept.
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!Auto Mechanics;
Paid $1.25 ;
An Hour ;
Be an expert auto me- <
chanic. Learn the trade i
during your spare time. <
'Join our classes now. We
give a course of complete
instruction.
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I Classes Starling Now <
► Call or Phone For
r Complete Information
► i
► Automobile and Acrop'ane <
► Mechan'cal School
* 260 SOUTH FRONT ST.
ESteclton
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AT ST. JOHN'S
Feast of Ingathering and Rally
Services at Uptown Re
formed Church
The annual Rally Day and Feast '
oh Ingathering services will he ob
served in St. John's Reformed
Church, Fourth and Mttclay streets,
tb-morrow at 10 o'clock. The Sun
day school and congregation expect
to "so over the top" by raising an
offering of SI,OOO. The Sunday school
orchestra of nine pieces will furnish
the music. Miss Helen LJghtner will
sing a soprano solo, "Behold God Is
Mighty." K; W. Koliler, of the
Theological Seminary, Lancaster,
will give lite address to the Sunday
school.
In the evening at T. 30 the Harvest
Home sermon will be preached by
Mr. Koliler, the choir will sing a
Thanksgiving anthem, "The Earth Is
the Lord's' and Miss Amy Surd will
sing a soptuno solo, 'Save lie, O
God." At the morning service the
patriotic song, "Flits We Love," writ
tin by Professor J. 11. Kurzunknabe,
will be used by the Sttnday school,
litis song is making quite a lilt in
this part of the country. Copies will
be given out to the congregation as
souvenirs.
Communion Services in
Camp Curtin Church
' The third quarterly communion
1 sdbvices will be observed at Camp
Curtin Memorial Methodist Church,
North Sixth and Camp streets, to-
I morrow morning at 10.30 and at
I 7.30. No sermon in the morning
: but in the evening the pastor will
speak of tho "Rainbow Division" 1
I vs. the "Grasshopper Division."
I ~A Union Thanksgiving service will
ibo held in this church at 10.15
j Thanksgiving day. The rhurchesj
' co-operating are St. Matthew's Lu-!
j literan, St John's Reformed and
I Camp Curtin Methodist. The liev.
j E. E. Snyder of the first mentioned
; church will preach the sermon.
TO MINISTERS!
The Telegraph wl I l>o unable to
publish any church notices re
ceived after I o'clock Friday after
noon. It will bo necessary for
those having notes for publication
on tliis page to seutl them as early
as possible.
S out of 10
Car Owners who do much
night driving fail to give
their battery the attention
j it requires. Use of .lights
draws on the stored-up
current to such an extent
that soon the bhttery
"goes dead." Then you
I' wonder why.
Avoid this trouble by
letting us care for your
battery regularly. You
j will be pleased with our
fcrvice.
Frederick C. Sieber
Distributor
USL Storage Batteries
"A Size For Any Car"
| CORNER RIVER AVE. ,
V^"aNew S
dirty bunch of cowards —the scum Copyright reglsttre'd,_l9lll
of the earth.
- They have forced the women,
whom they make do their most _ • g% 1 f Till Fi
sit'hf'pubUcConvey* OcltfcoFloS • Hw/OiV \jltS IOF iVI© It
unces, make put in the crops J
while they strut around in uni- y
mako S Ttand behind them "at She If y OU Sa w batteriCS every day aS Ido
American''hogs 61 These vomon! you'd say the same, and your choice —like x *
tV'stop'such brutish methods, are mine—would be the Bone Dry Willard, with I
compassiorf'from^our 1 dVtermimo- Threaded Rubber Insulation.
tion to start them on the road to <
rights? elflßh 80Vernment ° e " You'd know —as I do —that every Bone
Are we going to allow any one Drv Willard Battery is new when it's sold—-
to Rive these bloodthirsty thieves . ~ J . > 4
an opportunity to let Hindenburg ready to give full battery value.
start making plans to become j a
friendly with us at the expense of _ _
losing faith with our Allies? We keep a complete stock of Bone Dry
Now re Germany" wiFo, without Batteries—every one as brand new as the
({aged to have°iny b cha C nce Ca to o re: • day it left the factory. Not a one of them is I
d[p! ornaci r that°thev''havo°io < st by ever filled or charged until it's made ready \
such acts as starving our boys r , <
when prisoners or spitting in *Ol Wots. J
their faces as they marched man- 1
fully along the streots of Ger; Read more about this remarkable battery R.
many under guard as prisoners? # xxvcvu mviv tt . nc * nn T .... , T h
Are we going to buy the mcr- in the booklet, 196,G00 Little Threads. E
chandise made by the Hun pris- _ , —__ IF
oners who we have cared for It S yOUrS for the asking.
humanely, or ore we going to ,
make these prisoners rebuild y ■_ ■ ft 1 /"* -
"T,: "'.T8.,.,. .no Front Market Uotor .upp!y Co. c
Voterß - • OPPOSITE THE POLICE STATfON
Oar Pledge . 4 --™
The Front-Market Motor Sup- ' y
ply Company makes the pl>' ! K e
never kiiuwlntflj to purchase .iVdr f
any rnu material* or manufac- % B*
Itirctl articles, reßardicttpi of \kc
quality, uorkmtiiiKhip or prlee, . Mv
rnntle In Germuny or by German t V I
NOVKMBF.R 23. 1018
,g\ REDUCED PRICE J
f SALE I *
-—< ' A' l ncxt week v.*e are '
offering special reduced /
M prices on all Sterling Tires. |
This means a splendid op
% £ A your car with quality tires at |
i r X % an attractive price. Our ■
% "BT m stock contains the size for
' B your car *
MORE \ \
MILES \ | \
\N\
\ .<TT\ n PI ITER
VLf V SERVICE
In this sale we are giv
ing ycu the regular Ster
ling Guarantee. Don't Vk
fail to grasp this oppor- - >&, JL
tunity to make a real in- Nk ,
vestment. Come in and
see us at once. If you NX ks
don't need a tire now, it \k -®-
will pay you to buy a wri
couple and lay them aside V+ ..>■"••
for future use. M^k
KEYSTONE 108 \pA
SALES CO. Market St. i
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"Strike While The Iron's Hot"
That's Our Motto
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It should be yours. Jp couple of Reo Fours
too. if vou want to be K: ami two 1:--d Sixes
l
the owner of the best waiting ben- for some
lltt'o old car on the WJI In.kv ■•hap. If you
market—A REO —and Kx J l""(.w tbo Ueo repnta
get real pleasure and lion von will bo. sure
| real service out of to in\b-st in one of
your car. We have a J? tlmso oars il'--bt now.
HARRISEURG AUTO €O. ;
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FOURTH AND KELKER STS.
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