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Lebanon County Man
Is Found Guilty of
Threatening President
Federal court adjourned yesterday
for a weekend recess after dispos
ing of a ma3S of criminal business
during the past five days. The ease
of Harry Arthur F lpler. Dushore,
Sullivan county, charged with failure
to register, was'before the court to
day. It was alleged there are two
men with the same name In the same
township. It was further stated that
the defendant did not know his age,
understanding that he was under the
f,*aft age. After Judge Winner's
charge the Jury brought a verdict
of "not guilty."
Franz Schwartz. Lebanon, charged
*with tittering threats against the
President was found guilty and was
held for sentence which will be given
Monday. x
The case of Victor Leßarre, Perth
Antboy, N. J., vs. the Philadelphia
and Reading Railway Company, a
civil action will be brought before
the court next week. It is probable
this will be the only case coming be
fore the court.
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FRIDAY EVENING.
Hard Luck Follows
Chambersburg Officer
t'hainlwrsliui'K. l'a.. Deiv t6.—Ma
jor Lester Huber, deputy'shorlff, Is
the most disappointed man In
Franklin county, ilo had been cap
tain of Company C, and was then
major of the Eighth National Guard
and then niajot' of the 112 th Infan
try. At Camp Hancock he was dis
charged for physical reasons. Ho
reapplied for major In ordnance but
only got his commission last night.
It was issued September 13 and sent
to the Adjutant General's ottlco in
Harrisburg, and they sent it to
France. It got here last night. The
tlrst intimation Major Huber had of
Its, existence.
TEACHERS NEEDED
Teachers are needed to fill vacan
cies at Uummelstown and at Dress
ier, Prof. Frank E. Shambaugh,
county school superintendent, an
nounced to-day. lie also said that
many of the county schools will
have much shorter Christmas vaca
tions to make up time lost during
the epidemic quarantine. It is likely
some of the schools will be closed
pnly one or two days of llie holiday
season. In the upper end of the
county a few of the buildings are
not opened yet because of the epi
demic.
'GERMANS SHIFTING
GUILT FOR WAR
[Continued from First lhtgc.]
and under the Imperial edict of un
autocrat does not rhange their na
ture. "Is no one responsible? Is no
one to bo called to account? Is
there to be no punishment? Surely,
that is neither God's Justice nor
man's. The men responsible for this
outrage on the human race must not
be let oft because their heads were
crowned when they perpirated the
deed.
"The British government referred
the question of the criminal cul
pability of the Kaiser and his ac
complices to their law ndlces some
weeks ago. They .invited a oody rf
jurists in England to Investigate the
matter and they have unanimously
come tp the conclusion that the
Kaiser and his accomplices in the
making of this war ought to be tried
by an-International court. They also
reported stronglv in favor of the
punishment of those guilty of murder
on the high seas and the abominable
ill-treatment of prisoners.
"The British government will use
its whole influence at the peace con
ference to see that justice is cxt
i cuted.
1 "After what lias happened in the
HARRJSBURG TELEGRAPH
last four or five years It Is Impossible
to entertain In our midst a popula
tion of which lias spied nnd plotted
and assisted Germany In forming
plahs f<jr tho destruction of a coun
try which offered them hospitality.
They thus have forfeited any claim
to remain.
"Further, It would lead to inevi
table drrttation and disturbance
Germans who have been fighting us
for four years came Here to take the
bread out of the mouths of the •men
whom they for four years sought to
destroy. All the European Allies have
accepted the principle that the Cen
tral Powers must pay the cost of the
war up to the limit of their capacity.
The Allies propose to appoint a com
mittee of experts to examine the host
method of exacting the indemnity."
Amsterdam, Dec. 0. —Documen-
tary evidence of the ex-kaiser's guilt
in urging and planning the war has!
been found by the Berlin govern-1
rnent in its search of the imperial:
archives of the Berlin castle, it Is
announced from Berlin.
Fair Food Prices
The following statement, revised to
December 0, regarding fair prices for
food uvcessities, is-issued by the local
Federal Food Administration.
Consumer prices are figured on a
quotation of "cash-und-carry" basis
Credit and delivery prices may Do
higher. The Federal Food Adminis
tration litis no authority to fix prices,
it may, however, determine what are
fair prices, based on reasonable profits
to the Wholesaler and retailer,
it your retailer charges more on a
"cash-and-carry" basis than the prices
named Deiow. report him by letier to
the Federal Food Administration,
Chamber of Commerce.
Consumer
should pay
Deans
Navy, (pea, 13 to 15c
oiuy (inuitow), lb 12c
Limn. Iti 17 to Ist
White (marrow), tb. ...... 10 to 19c
Ituttcr
Creamery, 1-lb. prints, lb.. 07 to 75c
City .Market, 1 In. 65 to 05c
Oleomargarine, lb 32 to -tile
1 eminent
Package of three tbs 20 to 25c
Bulk, lb i a to 7c
I-'lour
Winter Wheat, 12-tb. bags. 69 to 78c
Spring Wheat, 12-lb. bugs. 75 to 85c
. I'ltß®
Storage, doz 58c
Fresh, dozr 75 to 80c
Country, doz 75c
l.tiril
Country, lb. 32c
l'ure, lb 32 to 36c
Compound, lb 27 to3oc
Potatoes
Per half peck 22 to 30c
Mtuur •
Granulated, tb 10 to 11c
t erenls
Oatmeal, IU-lb. package .. 10 to 15c
Oatmeal and rilled oats, tb. 7 to Bc,
Eire I whole), lb 13 to 14c
.Rice (broken), tb 10c
( bet-He
York state, tb 37 to 42c
Ktiipot-nlcd llllk
Small can 7 to 9c
La rge can 14 to 1 Se
ll nislns
Seeded, per 16 oz. package. 13 to 17c
Seedless, per 16 oz. package 15 to 18c
Culined Salmon
Pink, per cant 21 to 2Sc
Red, per can 28 to 32c
REPUBLICANS
FILE ACCOUNTING
Expense Account Entered at
the Capitol Sets Forth Im- I
mensc Campaign Work
The most complete statement of a
campaign ever entered at the State
Capitol was tiled late yesterday aft
ernooh by Charles Johnson, treasurer
of the Republican State Committee.
•It summarizes the business of the
campaign, the most extensive on
record, showing contributions of over
$260,000 and expenditures with
$lB,OOO of that sunt. Notes amount
ing to $3 7,000 were paid off. The
Democratic States Committee state
ment shows that the stale machine
bossed by Palmer and McCormick
owes SS,OOO in notes, but many think
it difficult to see for what the Demo
cratic state organization spent so
much money this year as it was un
usually quiet except when fighting
its own candidate for Governor.
Mr. Johnson's statement is a
bulky affair and shows many do
-1 tails.
Tho state candidates contributed
las follows:—William C. Sprout, E.
I E. Beidleman, James F. Woodward
and Anderson H. Walters, each,
$2,500; Thomas S. Crago, $1,500 and
M. M. Garland, $l,OOO.
The Committee also received
$2,500 from William David Porter,
candidate for Judge of the Superior
Court.
Tho Pennsylvania Patriotic Union
contributed $90,500.
j Tho largest individual contributor
j was J. Howard Pew, who contribu
ted $5,000.
1 The following persons contributed
I $3,000 each: —John A. Bell, E. R.
j Crawford, Pcnnock Hart, Charles
McKnight, H. C. McEldowney, A. W.
[Mellon, R. B. Mellon, W. L.
Harry E. Sheldon, J. C. Trees and
| Li. G. Woods. •
' The following persons contributed
| $2,000 each:—Charles E. Covert. P.
S. DuPont, D. L. Gillespie, William
11. Sohaffer, W. I*. Snyder, Jr.
Henry Chalfant contributed $l,-
j 500 and the following persons con- I
I tributed $l,OOO each:—C. D. Arm-j
I strong, W. D. Clause, George W.
I Crawford, James J. Flannery,
I Spencer C. Gilbert, James H. Ham-
I mond, A. L. Humphrey, W. K. Mc
i Mullin, C. H. Miller, E. W. Mudge,
. Francis D. Patterson, Lewis S. Sad
ler, P. M. Sharpless, Burton C.
| Simon, George A. Turville and Emil
! Winter.
. G. M. Laughlin, Jr. and James
I.aughlin, Jr. each, contributed
$850; Henry A. Laughlin contribut
ed $800; John Bindley, $750 and
Frank J. Lnnahan $6OO.
The following persons contributed
| $5OO each: —Edward Bailey, Will-
I iam M. Donaldson, J. A. Drain,
i George 11. Flinn. William Flinn,
Isaac W. Frank, Charles J. Graham,
Harry ('. Graham, Howard Heinz,
M. S. Horshey. W. H. R. Hilliard,
Elizabeth M. Home, B. F. Jones,
Mary F. Laughlin, Joseph Mc-
Laughlin, T. A. Mellon, C. J. Mesta,
James E. Mitchell, Amelia N. L.
Oliver, David B. Oliver, Mrs. Henry
R. Ilea, Walter F. Schleiter, Henry
M. Stine, James L. Stuart, 11. D.
Williams, A'ice Jones Willock and
Cyrus E. Woods.
G. R. Gibbons and W. McK. Reed
each contributed $4OO.
Samuel M. Clement, Jr., Treas
urer of the Sproul Primary Election
Campaign Committee, contributed
$363.03, and W. H. Robinson and
Seward E. Button contributed $350
each. J. - D. Lyons contributed
$333.34; and E. M. Byers and J.
Frederic Byers each contributed
$333.33. B. M. Clark contributed
$305 and the following persons each
contributed $300: Wm. D. B.
Aifiey, James Alcorn, M. J. Brecht,
William Larimer Jones, Harold M.
McClure, B. Franklin Roycr and
Charles 11. Loucks.
The following persons each con
tributed $250: —Charles A. Ambler,
Martha J. Armstrong, F. D. Beary,
William F. Brown, John F. Casey,
B, G. Follansbee, William U. Fol
lansbec, H. J. Heinz, 11. A. Mackey,
S. C. Martin, F. C. Perkins, Henry
W. Shoemaker, J. H, Silliman, A. E.
Succop, J. W. Swartz, John T. Wind
rim.
J. H. Hartmnn and William J.
Roney each contributed $225.
The following persons each con
tributed $2OO: —C. D. Armstrong, C.
E. Beeson, George 11. Biles. George
W. Btemer, George H. Clapp, J. O.
Clark, H. O. Davis, John Fox Weiss,
A. It. Hamilton, Paul Houck, Willis
L. King, J. W. Leech, Daniel F. La
fean, George S. Oliver, Henry Oliver,
William Potter, Charles J. Price, J.
Lord Rigby, H. B. Itosengarten, W.
H. Schoen, Joseph Seep, John H.
Walker, J. Henry Williams, J. Sharp
Wilson and A. Willson.
A. A. Crienton and C. A. Emerson,
Jr., each, $180; and, the
following persons each contributed
$l5O: —AVillium H. Ball, Chester W.
Cummings, James A. Carey, John J.
Crout, John P. Dohoney, Edward A.
Devlin, J. H. Fertig, Thomas H.
Garvin, Chester A. Heustis, Henry
D. Heller, J. Lloyd Hartman, James
N. Moore. John A. Scott, G. Scott
Smith, Jacob Snyder, Bromley
Wharton and Charles D. Wolfe.
N. It. Buller, Samuel S. Lewis,
Gabriel 11. Moyer, Fred P. Mac-
Donald and C. P. Rogers, Jr. each
contributed $135. J. George Becht
and James Fount each contributed
$125; and, the following persons
each contributed $l2O: —Charles E.
Carothers, William Lauder, Frank
H. Lehman, Snmuel W. McCulloch,
T. E. Munce, James A. Stecse, E. I.
Simpson, Samuel I. Spyker.
Louis A. Irwin contributed $114;
Herman P. Miller, $110; Joseph P.
LeCompte, $lOB, und the following
persons each contributed $105;-: —
James C. Deininger, H. M. Hoke, S.
S. Riddle, Thomas M. Williamson,
Robert D. Young and William
Y'oung. W. L. Hicks contributed
$lO2.
The following persons each con
tributed $lOO: —C. P. Addams,
Francis H. Bohlen, W. H. Blnns,
Robert M. Boyle, Henry W. J. Buck
nall, Elizabeth B. Bricker, Emerson
Collins, J. J. Coffey, Edwin C. Cur
tis, Alexander T. Connelly Guy
Duvies, Benjamin W. Demmlng,
Kerfoot W. Daly, George P. Darrow,
H. Daughertv, D. T. Davis, Isaac M.
Davies, W. J. Elliott, B. I. Evans,
E. G. Hvans, L. M. Evans, William
E. Evans, E. R. Floto, W. W. Foulk
rod, Jr., R. E. Foster, P. C. Fenton,
Gilbert & Lewis, T. J. Gillespie, A.
H. Gaffney, J. Linn Harris, Joseph
W. Hunter, Clifford S. Ileinz, Frank
Hall, Robert Johnson, John N.
Jacobs, E. H. Johnson, William G.
Just, Joseph Kalbfus, Joseph L.
Kun, William H. Keller, F. M.
Kirby, George C. Klauder, O. G.
Klopp, L. G. Krause, Thomas J,
Kitson, Jere M. Leaman, Albert J.
I-agon, D. Edward Long, J. D. Lyon,
A. B. Lamb, T. J. Lynch, George W.
| McNees, James E. Mathews, H. R.
'Merrltt, Walter McNichols, John T.
[Murphy, Thomas E. Murphy, James
V. Murray, Benjamin Mnxey, Will
iam Mcßrlde, George Meyers, A. B.
Millar, E. Clarence Miller, Abraham
Nesblt, A. C. Overholt, J. Denny
O'Neil, Ira T. Peregrine, W. F. Penn,
Charlea E. Patton, S. J. Phillips,
Charles J. Price, Joseph P. Qulrm,
J. H. Reed, John M. Reynolds, C.
11. Rowland, Jenkin T. Reese, David
J. Roderick, Nathan C. Sehueffer,
E. J. Stackpole, 11. S. A. Stewart,
William G. Shields, Edwin W. Smith,
A. C. Stamm, Wilson A. Shaw,
Thomas A. Standlsh, J. J. Stickler,
F. Herbert Snow, John E. Snyder,
George D. Thorn, Frank M. Trexler,
Robert von Moschzisker, W. K.
E. . White, Carroll R. Williams, W.
Vance, L. A. Watres, W. C. Williams,
F. Wllkins. David T. Williams,
Thomas J. Williams, William Wood,
.George Weil, and Charlton Yarnall.
A Joint contribution of fIOO was
made by M. B. Rich, W. F. Rich,
R. F. Rich and E. C. Tobias.
The total contributions of the
Campaign wero $260,525.43, and tile
expenditures $242,268.04 as follows:
Advertising and printing, $45,701.98;
clerk hire, stenographers, etc., $20,-
025.56; contributions to County
Committee, etc., $100,425.00; freight
and expreBsage, $109.13; hotel ex
penses, $8,093.53; merchandise and
miscellaneous, $9,303.58; notes,
500.00; postage, $5,962.80; railroad
mileage, $648.00; rent, $874.98;
Speakers' Bureau and Publicity,
$0,720.00; telegraph and telephone,
$945.56.
These
Dealers
®P% j Sell
"Swift's
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HARRISBURG HUMMELSTOWN, PA.
Acme Tea Company, E. Z. Etter,
1001 N. Third St. Main St.
Acme Tea Company, H. W. Engle,
309 RrOtid St. Hftllrond unci Sis.
Acme Tea Company, ! .West End Store,
1819 N. Third St. 423 W. Main St.
Acme Tea Company,
1541 N. Sixth St. HIGHSPIRE J
Acme Tea Company, t jr. Keefer, '
229 BN. Sixth St. • s e c o nd St.
Acme lea Company, American Stores Companv,
1800 N. Fifth St. gecond st *- •
Acme Tea Company,
Acme Tea Company, LEMOYNE
9 N. Thirteenth St. , H. B. Witman,
Acme Tea Company, Hummel and Rossmoyne Bts.
1847 Derry St.
Acme Tea Company, MARYSVILLE, PA.
Acmfjea F *ml'ou^biS'
Acme Tea°Company, ' '
A S ru nd TT a " < L?- hCBtnUt ' J- E. White,
M N. ' I"- 61.
M 7. Kl "seventh St. MECHANICSBURG • *)
Polleck's Cash and Carry Stores, American Stores Company,
19 N. Fourth St. 56 W. Main.
1303 Derry St.
Green and Peffcr Sts. /-"Aiuld TJTTT T
Rebecca Baturin, CAMP " IX £ lt
1400 N. sixth. J. W. Kilborn.
Buehler Bros., *
432 Market St. NEW CUMBERLAND
I ''' no 1 N U sixth st. BU Tv? r f & , S Ftl ey St
Calvin Etter & Son, Thlrd and Brldße stB '
917 Cowden St. _ , , _____ .
W. A. Gernert, PALMYRA
1201 Mulberry St. S. F. Engle Estate,
W. A. Gernert, 325 Railroad St.
Fourth and Woodbine Sts. John H. Gorman,
\Y. T. Hoy, 109 E. Main SL
1701 Market St. Fred Zellers,
W. T. Hoy, 27 Railroad St.
412 Woodbine St.
S. S. Pomeroy, STEELTON
5 S. Second St. ' _
x H. L. Snvder, C. J. Young,
301 S. Fourteenth St. -® 1 S. Second St.
Two In One Store, B. F. McNear, Jr.,
Third and Chestnut. 301 Main St.
H. C. Koons, • , R. M. Frey,
Third and Kelker Sts. N. Front St. >
Krebs & Deooen ' Steelton Store Companv, *
2259 North Sixth SL ' Front and Locurt Sta. " 7 uj?
Elmer T. Mehring, Acme Tea Company,
1515 Derry SL 1 . 187 N; Front St.
W. C. Thompson, Acme Tea Company,
1245 Kittatinny SL 163 S. Front SL
W. C. Thompson,
Fifteenth and Walnut Sts. MIDDLETOWN
W. C. Thompson, D M# Zeiders, *
Nineteenth and Bellev-ue Road. jg water St.
L. Ahramson, Krauss Bros.,
~.I ^2 BT JN ortlL S l* 3 S. Union St.
\\ eis I ure Food Store, Acme Tea Company, ,
lii n J c. • 224 s - Union St.
Weis Pure I'ood Store. Acme Tca Company,
310 Broad St. Center Square.
J. H. Swiler,
431 Broad SL GETTYSBURG
CARLISLE People's Cash Store,
J. U. Smith, W. F. Gllland. Prop. V > |
Pomfret and Pitt Sts. , j
J. A. Heffelfinger, ELIZABETHTOWN
. 109 N. Hanover St. . . _
Acme Tea Companv, American Stores Company,
1 S. Hanover SL 9 w * Hieh St
Acme Tea Company,
150 N. Hanover St. MT. JOY
DUNCANNON Harry H. Krall,
Duncannon Merchandise Company. African'" Stores Company,
ENOLA E - Maln ,
C ' "ifeS Wyoming Si.. FLORIN 'MP*
. J. R. Harkinson, A. D. Garber,
100 Brick Church Road. J Ui... Main and Market Sta,
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DECEMBER 6, 1918.
WAR RESTITUTION BEGINS
Paris, Doc. 6. • Tho Germans
have begun restitutions. They have
delivered to tho Allies 300,000
francs gold, which came from tho
Russian treasury. The French have
recovered a rich collection of art
works by Quentln Delutour, a fa
mous etcher, stolen from Bt. Quen
tln, and paintings by Antolne Wat
teau, taken from the museum at
Valenciennes.
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