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Harrisburg telegraph. [volume] (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, January 28, 1919, Image 5

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Hikers Believe Railroad Em-
H ployes May Start New
■ Accounts
hankers this morning
Bared that the new plan of the
States railroad adminlstra-
the eastern lines of the Penn-
Railroad to pay their em
lea by check, will work a bene-
lnfluence among the employes,
of whom for the first time In
lives will be enabled to save
pointed out that as the checks
■ made "payable to order," the
workers must be identified
banks when they cash them.
Htcre already are reminding rail-
that a bank account at a
establishes an immediate and
identification at that
By this means, it is pointed
can avoid annoyance
S delay when they cash their
and at the same time place
upon the road to a bank
Harrisburg National and First
Banks have been selected
by the railroad of-
and arrangements have been
whereby railroaders can se
currency readily for their pay
at these banks. The endors-
will serve as receipts for
accommodate the rush of em-
during the semi-monthly pay
both of these banks have
that they will remain
from 7 until 9 o'clock evenings
all over the city, it is pre-
will take advantage of the
opportunity to instill into rail-
H workmen the advisability of a
account. It is naturally pre
■(l that all the banks will assume
of cashing their pa
s' railroad checks. By lmpress-
railroaders the advan
of safeguarding their funds,
their identification byes-
Hhmc bank accounts, financial
feel that many of them
into the habit of regulari
sing so much of their pay on de-
H when they cash their checks,
habit of saving stated am
periodically in the purchaso
Bonds, carried on among
by the company, has
the saving habit among the
■men on the roads, it is said, and
predict this practice will fa-
their work of getting them
their money on deposit.
■ Rent Payer! Even the landlord
you when you own your home
Bros., Real Estate, Russ
■ Wartime Recipe
for Gray Hair
streaked or faded hair can
made black, brown
brown, whichever shade
by the use of the follow-
that you can make at
get a small box of Orlex
at any drug store. It costs
pB little and tto extras to buy.
lt in four ounces of distilled
water and comb it through
Directions for mixing and
Borne in each box.
need not hesitate to use
jH, as a $lOO.OO gold bond comes
box guaranteeing the user
powder does not contain
lead, zinc, sulphur, mercury.
Be, coal-tar products or their
not rub off, is not sticky
Bummy and leaves the hair
lt will make a gray haired
Bn look twenty years younger.
Id Favorite
Inic Laxative
constipation bothers you and
feverish and out of sorts re-
that old reliable vegetable
| Celery
I King
in every drug store in the
It's fine for indigestion too
fevers and colds. Same old
that thousands swear by.
Harine Subdues the Inflam
, Htion and Eases the Sore-
Quicker Than
Anything Else
on Earth.
B only SO cents and get a big
Begy's Mustarlne which la the
mustard plaster and la made
real, yellow mustard no
are used.
■ nown as the quickest puln klll
earth, for the hundreds of ln-
lt stops headache, neuralgia.
ElHche, earache and backache in
sure, speedy remedy —'none
■ for bronchitis, pleurisy, lum-
to draw the inflammation
B'°ur sore feet there Is nothing
I B d ' You Ket r,al action with
IBine—lt goes after pain and
right off the reel. Yea. it
■ but it won't bllate. —It doesn't
pain a slap on the
■ It does give It a good, healthy
■in the Jaw—it kills pain, Ask
get Mustarine always in the
Many State Men Arc Men
tioned in War Depart
ment Lists
■Washington, Jan. 28.—Three hun
dred and two names are mentioned
on the two casualty lists issued by
the War Department today. A sum
mary of them is:
Killed In action 14
Died of Disease 27
Died of wounds 13
Died from accident and other
causes •. 3
Wounded severely 227
Missing in action IS
Total 302
The Pennsylvanlans mentioned
Clarence E. Blythe, Wampum.
John J. Heary, Philadelphia.
Roy Jones, Scranton.
Herman A. King, Philadelphia.
James Bunce Norrle, Dorrenceton.
Carl W, Raue, Philadelphia.
Daniel . Kelly. Philadelphia.
John F. Pfeiffer, Pittsburgh.
Basil S. Yakmlr, Dysart.
Oscar Gilen, New Station.
George H. Crutchman, New Cas
Lingo Di Marzio, Philadelphia.
James Shere, Philadelphia.
John A. Kell, West Newton.
Stiney Perluiski, Schuylkill Haven.
Edward Preston. Pittsburgh.
Mike J. Smakto, Alton.
Frank M. Biegda. Nanticoke.
FVank Brunson, Pittsburgh.
George L. Cavan, Wilkes-Barre.
Clarence Leo Moroney, Altoona.
Joe Curcl, Ridgwav.
Joseph David, Lafayette.
Frederick Dobertson, Nanticoke.
Horace E. Eberwein, Allentown.
Joseph E. Fleig, Mountaintop.
James D. Hockenberry, Yatesbcro.
August Johasky, Bentleyville.
Evan Colbas. Rlngtown.
Joseph Llppert, Pittsburgh.
Francis McQuillan, Philadelphia.
Donato Mazzaro, Conshohocken.
Howard R.' Phillips, Kane.
Max A. Salvesky, Philadelphia.
William R. Shepard, Philadelphia.
Missing in Action, Previously Re
ported Wounded Severely.
William Wayne Booth, New MU
Louis Lavln, Philadelphia.
John J. Stoffey, Coaldale.
Killed in Action, Previously Report
ed Missing in Action.
John Budrovitz, Edwardsville.
Stephen C. Kennedy, Troy.
■Previously Reported Missing In Ac
tion, Now Reported Dead of
Wounds Received in Action.
William S. Lindsay, Portland Hills
William H. Schaeffer, Dußois.
Previously Reported Missing in Ac
tion, Now Reported Dead, Cause
Gilbert C. Blades, Somerset.
David L Davenport, Scranton.
Wounded Slightly, Previously Re
ported Missing in Action.
Orvtlle Archer Ndw Brighton.
Isaac L Bedwell, Chester.
Joseph Brezezinsky, Philadelphia.
Michael Ricciardello. Philadelphia
Wounded in Action (Degree Unde
termined), Previously Reported
Missing In Action.
William J. Carter, Pittsburgh.
James Moucheck. Philadelphia.
, Privates.
Elmer Harrison Blair, Lancaster.
Gabrille Camilli. Carnegie.
Lawrence Curatol, Easton.
Angelo Dellacqua, Scranton.
Joseph F. Delucas, Philadelphia.
Anthony Laganella, Philadelphia.
Michael Liebowitz. Philadelphia.
Ray D. Morris. Washington.
Adolf Pace, Philadelphia.
Frank Reinert, Philadelphia.
Sick in Hospital, Previously Report
ed Missing in Action.
William K. Miller, Fleetwood.
Returned to Duty. Previously Re
ported MissingJn Action.
William A. Metlin, Elwood City.
George W. Lynch, Moore.
Joseph Antolick, Philadelphia.
Samuel F. Baney, Fhillipsburg.
Peter Byrnes, Philadelphia.
Albert T. Dick, Philadelphia.
Arthur Donnelly, Pittsburgh.
Sylvester J. Evans. Webster.
William Bogidenski, Carnegie.
Joseph A. Miller. Harrisburg.
Charles Joseph Morgan, Philadel
George John Richter, Pittsburgh.
Herbiel Sherry, Mayport.
John Skonezney, Connelsville.
Frederick S. Tallman, Philadel
John Gilbert Walte, Sligo.
Israel Williams, Philadelphia.
Busy Week For Youths
Planned by the Y. M. C. A. i
The week in the Boys' Department
of the Central Y. M. C. A. promises ]
to be a busy one according to an :
announcement made by A. H. Dins
more, boys work secretary, this
morning. Wednesday evening at 6
o'clock, Tech and Central High
School boys will meet at a "get-to
gether" supper. A Bible study pro
gram will be discussed.
The younger boys' moving picture
social will be held Thursday evening.
Five reels of motion pictures will be
shown and a local business man will
Friday evening at 6.30 o'clock a
meeting of the recently organized
i Employes' Brotherhood will be held
and Saturday noon there will be a
"bean feed."
The reserved seats for the Bryan-
Willis meeting in Chestnut street
auditorium on Tuesday evening, only
use half of the room. Arrangements
have been made for the use of the
Reformed Salem church for an over
flow meeting. If needed, and both
Mr. Bryan and Ex-Governor Willis
will speak at both meetings. There
will be plenty of room for all of the
people who desire to come and no
tickets for admission and no admis
sion fee Is necessary. The doors will
bo open at 7.15 and the meeting will
begin at 7.45. Everybody is welcome.
Dr. Rhcin was in training at
Camp Wadsworth. S. C.. for five
I months. While there he resumed his I
line of work.
Profit Sharing For
Employes in the
Willys-Overland Co.
Toledo, Ohio, Jan. 28.—A half and
half profit sharing plan with em
Store Opens 8:30 A. M. Closes at 5:00 P. M.
I Three Big Sales-Tomorrow, Wednesday-Three Big Sales!
Saving Specials That YOU Cannot Afford to Miss! |
! J£ e Bl{| Garment Sale H The Big Garment Sale R
IThe Coat and Dress Sale
h] Still Hundreds of Stylish Coats Here At Sale Prices Special Purchase of High Class Serge, Satin and S
|j And Plenty of Winter Weather Ahead to Wear Them Silk Poplin Dresses at Irresistible' Prices i
1 Women's and Misses' Coats ats*7.so Stunning Serge & Satin Dresses Qg
LU In this lot you have your pick of the smartest and most de- M " U/l B0 %J
git sirable materials and models. All sizes. Each coat represents ■ Here is a chance to get a clever little dress for a ■ T
\ a big saving. Be early. small price. (We have a limited number of them to \
LS \ r a _ mm sell at this price and when they are gone we will A U A' T~\ fYI
\ Women s and Misses Coats at $-1 A ** A 1
hM WHMk A fT UIilV " J UUU IUIOJUJ V/UatJ at <p | ■ | THE SATIN DRESSES are in black and navy only. / f j|
At this price you may select velour, plush, cheviot, kersey I 1 f ... , M r, _~~ " // *l*l\
and other fashionable materials. They are in the season's | JI# TL I l ]- C Q Q ,• 1\ _ ftf \ hi
1 J/nrU\X\ Bnar,estBtJlesandco,orB - High llass serge & oatin Dresses Q'lf nrnr!\h
\W\ Women's and Misses' Coats at $1 O rials and are n p aln and^rimmedf^styles' B I L-iLJ J>-m\ \l S
ikf >\\ \r I A,™ {n (uA i
Fl I ni\/ \ V\\ Here are sva sser cheviot coats in all the latest colors. They F. >' ou . w ! l ' " ot n>atch them again this season We IHH It \ N 18!
A \ \\\ ar ° alI " llned ° r half " lined - Ail sizes for women and misses. urged to come^earlj? men and misses but you are 111
I\ll ll $ l5 Serge Dresses Poplin Dresses : r §
h| ill 1 kersey, velour. broadcloth, melton and nomnom ClevSr cottars , —— | * \// / [ LJ|
l||J \ \ 1 I and cuffs l ' le best colors. ' • • I I \lf " hit
I \\j I Women's and Misses' Coats at SIQ Lxtra -$0.95 xtra $>1.95
|sl| I\\ / / These are surely great bargains. The best in materials and I O • 1 == rm - M | \\ _I ' '4- Iju
\ \\ , / I colqrs and In a variety of the most fashionable models for \nA/in I W _ " L;_ ___ _ 1 HMI *** !S
-H woraen and mlsses ' ■ opeciai special jf[ U
if Ollien S and at $ 1 These dresses are in sizes 16 to 42 These dresses are in sizes up to A
/I O ■ only. If you wear any of these sizes *4. In all the leading colors. Material " M lS
'/J I Here are duvetyne, broadcloth, cut velour, pompom and kersey - ■ you better be early. The materials are P°SVinvsl?6SlJt*iwi n v5l? 6 SlJt*iw ' fill
hi [ coats. They are very stunning models for all purposes and heavy serge in black, navy and brown trimmed prettily yj
If sizes for women and misses. gSj
A/ Kaufman's Second Floor. Knnfmnn'a Second Floor.
The Big Sale of Sides & Sides Stock!
|] There Are Hundreds and Hundreds of Fresh Items Brought Forward to the Sale Tables on the First Floor i
!1 The Prices Mark the Rock Bottom Level Which Prices Have Reached in Highest Class Furnishings 1
I Sides & Sides Stock Fine Gloves Sides & Sides Stock Men's Shirts i
Men's White Kid Men's Finest Kid Men's Silk Gloves j Men's Auto Gaunt- Men's Kid Gloves Men's Shirts—Sides I Men's Slihts—-Sides Men's Shirts —Sides Men's SlUrts Sides Men's Shirts uu.. nil
fil Gloves Sides & Gloves Sides & Sides & Sides ; let Mitts— Sides & —Sides & Sides & Sides Prices, $2 & Sides ' price 3 & Sides prices, $4 & Sides Prices, & Sides prices tP
IjU Sides Prices, $2.50 Sides prices, $3.50 price, $1.50 ! Sides prices, $3.50 prices, $2.50 and and $2.50. and $4.50. $5 35 and $6 35 $6 85 and $8 85 ' K?j
Eg "Kaufman's Sale Sale Ka " f " , i a "' s Salc ' "Kaufman's Sale 'Kaufman's Sale Sa,C 81110 Kaufman's Sale Kaufman's Sale ' Kaufman's SaLe li
pfi Price, Price, 1 rtte ' Price, Price, Prlcc ' 1 ,lcc ' Price, Price, Price, ffj
| sl*so $2.50 75c $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 $1.95 $2.95 $3.95 $4.95 |
II Sides and Sides Men's Knit S 'tf S? W Dral ll
tP 1 fIl ll rri 850 Neckwear, Kaur. tKc All Sides & Sides All Sides & Sides h|||| ||fpCC Nhirfc IP
S WW • nn Silk Mllff lpr ..mn's Saic frlce.... UUVt $4OO Full Dress $6OO FuU Dress Imi urebb OmriS
I Hosiery JTsTT M " Ves,s $2.00 v - $3.00 SoftandStiffßosoms I
I rr 1
ai.ooi nil sizes, rice, 1 rice, Sides & sides up to n Vests <f* O E? A Vests A AAY /fi 4 md Si
I ODC $l.OO 39c 51 52.50 $4.00 Choice $1.50 I
3 for $2.50 On Sale in Kaufman s Men s Clothing Dept. t
_ IvHiifiimn'N Ftrwt Floor.
I Tomorrow we start the most important blanket sale of the new year—More than I
Baby Blankets Each C)g c 800 pairs of high gra Je wool, cotton Wool Finish RlanLets 2ge 1
paf'Lf btuc,".ize iow Met., tions. This is the time to buy blankets for next <"t'i "i'" 1 , ",I" S
Cotton Blankets tfjO QC winter. Prices will be higher if all signs prove
EE boughtWool Finish Blankebj Jg |
Cotton Be k
colors, size 66xho inches. Woolen Blankets . I Cotton Blankets Wool Blankets Wool Blankets run size, with cotton. Extra special
Gray Woolen Blankets AOC Woolen Blankets; pink. Plaid Wool Fleeced Cotton Gray Wool Blankets; good size Wool I'lald Blankets—size 70x80 K]J
.is2 rrjut,: ,:r- w..b, P Biani, t . 4i95 1
$5.45 , $5.48 $5.95 I
ployes in all branches was announc
ed yesterday by John N. Willys,
president of the Willys-Overland
Company. Only a fair return on the
capital invested is a provision includ
ed in the grant.
The distribution will run into hun
dreds of thousands of dollars and
will be retroactive, taking effect
from January -, 1919. The company
has 10,000 men on Its payroll and
all will be affected, Mr. Willys said.
Heinz Heads Relief
in Southern Europe
Philadelphia, Jan. 28. Howard
Heinz, federal food administrator
for Pennsylvania, who went to Eu
rope at the cabled request of Her
bert Hoover, food director for the
allied nations in Paris, has just been
appointed director general of re
lief work and food administration
for southern Europe.
Mr. Heinz arrived in Paris about
the middle of January, SKice which
time he has been associate I with Mr.
Hoover and the 4 food administrators
of (he allied nations in arranging
plans for general food distribution
on the continant.
Our "spring-drive" Is in. Backen
atoss Bros.. Real Estate. Russ Bldg.
Your Best Asset
A Clear Skin I
Cared for By—

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