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SELLER OF DRUGS '
NOT ARRESTED, COURT IS TOLD Judge Kunkel Censures Police i For Failing to Bring in Alleged Peddler Kefore sentencing Ollie Carter, colored. pleading guilty to the un lawful possession of drugs. President Judge George KunKel told him that the penalty for the offense was a tine of not more than $2,000 and not more than live years' imprison- , nient. Carter was arrested by PetKtiv* Shuler and when searched at police headquarters two capsules contain ing narcotics were found on him. . Carter admitted he had Just bought them for his own use. paying *1 . each for them. When asked by Judge Kunkel from whom he purchased the drug. Carter replied that a colored man . named "Brockey" had sold them to him. Then Judge Kunkel asked Detective Shulcr why that man had not been arrested. Shu lor replied that an hour after Carter had been searched he brought "Brockey" to police headquarters and had him searched but found nothing. •Why didn't >ou arrest him any how? Here you have a man who told vou he bought the drug from ■ that fellow, and he says there was a ] woman present at the time whom you could have used as a witness," . judge Kunkel remarked. "I couldn't do that." Shuler an- , swered. "My superior officers give me orders and when they tell me l OVEREATING is the root of nearly all digestive evils. If your digestion is weak or out of kilter, better eat less and use Ki-MOIDS the new aid to better digestion. Pleasant to take —effective. Let Ki moids help straighten out your digestive troubles. MADE BY SCOTT BOWKE MAKERS OF SCOTT S EMULSION IMHHHHHHHHHHfIHIIHHif V Store Open All Day Thursday Closed Friday, July 4th iASTRICH'Si g g 1 WE WANT ONE THOUSAND NEW CUSTOMERS | FOR OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT n Q N \ Astrich Hats have always been noted for jj \ their originality and superb quality but | P \ we realize that in mid-season PRICE is the | g' 1 important factor. I a \ (A /fx / The prices we quote are made especially j j\\ / low iti order to attract 1000 new customers j y for a banner July business. | FRENCH ROOM MODELS AT REDUCED I I PRICES I jj Beautiful Large Picture Hats which held their regular prices until today are now offered □ at considerable reductions. In some instances you will find the reductions from $4.00 to $5.00 on one hat. You should not put off your saving here —as naturally the first choice goes out quick. n We have two groups of earlier French Models in small and medium fancy Dress Shapes 0 which are now reduced to 93.00 and $4.00 each. Their original prices were $7.98 to $10.98. y | SMALL BLACK LISERE HATS are offered now at An | | In medium shapes, trimmed with taffeta ribbon and flowers. | B 1 " PANAMA HATS, nobby new shapes, some with cable edges; trimmed in white satin | Ribbons, wings and ostrich. Now Selling $3.98 and $4.98 | LARGE FANCY TUSCAN HATS; we make these to retail at <£ C QQ [jj | With open tuscan brim, trimmed with wide satin ribbon; the same can not |] q be bought wholesale for less than $8.95. a GEORGETTE HATS, handmade on newest Buckram frames, draped, de- <t wm qq j ! signed and trimmed by us in any desired color and style. The price, only ... <P / *%70 BLACK AND WHITE HAIRBRAID HATS; made on silk wire frames, trimmed in Ijl Taffeta, Moire, Satin Ribbon, in sailor, mushroom or poke frames; made and d* A aq j B designed by us; not factory made. Our Special leader vT.i/O 0 B Misses' Light Pastel Colored Milan Hemp Dress Hats; trimmed with wide fancy ribbons 1 and flowers. Our own special d O A O and ft A r\ n ' designs, at 'JpOt.i/O 3>4.90 || j WONDERFUL MALINE AND HAIRBRAID TRANS- _ | PARENT HATS, the kind you surely pay $10.98 to $12.00 for 1 elsewhere. We sell dl 7 QQ S now at V / pO NAVY BLUE HAIRBRAID HATS with draped Satin Crown 80 and Satin Ribbon Trimming, at dj C QQ only . tPJ.PO _ Another one of our own special designing. /y 1 \fj Ij ; LARGE LEGHORN HATS, with taffeta crowns and taffeta JJ* § |jj facing; value $12.00. We sell <£ 7 Q Q I Sat ej> / ,JO And so we could go on for pages upon pages, describing the magnificent varied styles of | New Summer Hats we are now showing in our Trimmed Hat Department. I ar P"P arin e fo s th BIGGEST JULY MILLINERY BUSINESS and instead of I 0 selling old hats at reduced prices we sell NEW HATS AT PRICES WHICH ARF IU | LOWER THAN ANY OFFERED AT REDUCED PRICES ELSEWHERE. | TUESDAY EVENING, Boy Scouts of Harrisburg Are Enjoying Real Camp Life at Mt. Holly Springs bring informations. TTils evidence j was given at headquarters." Carter when further questioned : by the court and Assistant District | Attorney Robert T. Fox, said he also purchased drugs from William ' Rradshaw. now under bail in Fed- . eral court in connection with recent < drug raids. . j Judge Kunkel sentenced Carter to ' pay a Si tine, costs and serve eight months in the county Jail. George Foster Cleck. pleading guilty to the larceny of brass from a Pennsylvania railroad car in the yards near Ma clay street, and to assaulting an otticcr who approach ed him while he was throwing the scrap from the car. was given a sentence of four months in the theft ; case and two months more in the ! assault prosecution. Cleck. in 1906 and 1907. had been in juvenile ( court, and in 191! was sentenced to three months in jail, all the cases being charges of petty larceny. Harry Radle pleaded guilty to stealing a motorcycle and storage batteries from another one. The ' case was held over pending a fur | ther investigation. Radle is only 16 vears old. Frances Jones, charged with the larceny of two dresses, was given a jail sentence of two months. Roy ' McDowell, held for nonsupport, was ordered to pay his wife $6 a week. Charles Marshall, on parole in a larceny case, was brought before the court on an attachment as he was not present when suspended sentence cases were called June 20. 'He told the court ho "forgot all about it." and war warned by Judge Kunkel that if he did not appear ' in September on the day fixed he would be given a jail sentence. "Either you remember to come here or you go to jail." the court warned him as he was renewing his bail. i Fse McNeil's rain Exterminator—Ad Mayo Is Held For Grand Jury on the Charge of Bigamy New York. July 1. —Yirginius J. Mayo. New York engineer, arrested | here last March on a complaint charging bigamy filed by Mrs. Wil • helmina Meyers-Mayo. yesterday was held in $2,000 bail for the grand ! jury. The complainant charges that when Mr. Mayo married her in 1904 he already was wed to a Florence ■ Weeks who she says he married at 1 Binghampton in 1890. JOHN C. MOOTER OX HOSPITAL BOARD John C. Motter was yesterday elected a member of the advisory board of the Harrisburg Hospital, iHe succeeded his uncle, the late Charles A. Kunkel. All other mem bers were re-elected at the meeting of the board yesterday. W. M. Con : don was re-elected superintendent and the other attaches were retain ed. Mr. Motter. the new member ■ of the board, is well known in finan ' cial circles. He is vice-president of I the Mechanics Trust Company. HHUUKBPRG ifißk TEMXmXPBC Anny of Fishermen Out For Bass Today; Opening of Season A familiar sight early to-day was the bass fisher, amateur and pro fessional, with a great quota of old- , timers, all of whom took advantage ! of the opening of the season which was formerly set for June 15. I Among the early starters were Preston I>ow. John G. Shupp. John Wagner and Squire Frank Shupp. j There was some apprehension that the heavy rains may have made poor water conditions. but the weather was ideal for hooking the great game fish of this neighbor hood. Cumberland and Dauphin county streams were the scene of much ac tivity and trolley cars and motors sped the Izaak Waltons to familiar spots where the baas has long been known to thrive. The law ordains that small or large mouth bass must not be less than nine inches long; while black bass, white bass, rock bass, crappie. strawberry and callco bass must not be less than six Inches long. Muscallonge, not under twenty-four inches long, and yellow perch, not under six inches long, may also be taken. The season also opens to-day on wall-eyed pike, commonly known as Susquehanna salmon and pickerel. Declares Congress Has Power to Act Upon the Alcohol Questions Washington. July I.—Contending that no court may say, as a matter of law, what percentage of alcohol In liquor makes it intoxicating, the judiciary committee, in a report to the House on prohibition enforce ment legislation, declared this was a question of fact and not law, and as such was clearly within the pro vince of Congress. The committee held that the right of Congress to define "intoxi cating liquor" as a beverage con taining more than one half of one per cent alcohol, was in full accord with its constitutional powers. Boy Admitted Murder, Sweetheart Testifies Hew York. July I.—Seventeen-year old Mary Berry testified in general sessions court here yesterday that William Walters, her sweetheart, on trial for murder in the first degree, had confessed to her he killed a gro cer who refused to give him the money to take her to a dance. "I had a date with Will on the night of March 29." Miss Berry sob bed. as she told the story, which may send young Walters to the electric chair. "He did not show up and it was the next day before I saw him. I asked him why he disappointed me and he replied by asking me if I had heard about the shooting of Leo Ru ben. "I told him I had not. and he re plied, Well. I shot him.' I asked him why, and he said Ruben refused to give him money which he was trying to get to take me to the dance. I told him I didn't believe his story, but he insisted it was true." Woman Attorney Saves Client, Then Weds Him Blnghamton, N. Y., July I.—Attor ney Gertrude R. Keegan lost a client yesterday, but she gained a husband. She became the legal adviser of Carl Schaefer on a steamship bound for South America in September. 1914. When war was declared the British ordered tne ship into Kings ton, Jamaica, and were going to in tern Schaefer. but Miss Keegan made affidavit he had declared his inten tion to become an American citizen, and thereby obtained his release. MARYSVTLLE JUNIORS LOST Marysville Juniors lost to Enola Juniors on the Enola grounds last evening in a nine inning contest, score 7-6. The score by innings- Marysville 10020001 2—6 5 6 Enola 00122200 x—7 7 4 Batteries—Enola. Forney, Rick ard and Dorwart, Myers; Marysville, | Sanders, Dickey and Clendenin. REFORMED CHURCHES TO HOLD THIRTIJiTH REUNION The thirtieth annual reunion of the Reformed churches of this and surrounding states, will be held on Thursday, July 17, at Pen Mar, ac cording to announcements just is sued. Interesting numbers have been secured for the program. Dr. Charles E. Schaeffer, of Philadel phia, will be the principal sneaker. Treaty Between Allies and Poland Made Public By Associated Press. Paris. July I.—The treaty which the Entente powers and the United States signed with Poland was made public, to-day. Under this instrument Poland agrees to protect the minorities against discrimination and assumes payment of such share of the Rus sian debt as shall be assigned to her by the Interallied Commission. ENOUGH FARM bABOR TO HARVEST CROPS While there is an apparent short- DRESS VP 9 f&l £4th la |j Celebrate tbc Fourth in the good, old fashioned way. n 3\ wk Don t spoil your holiday or stay indoors because you %\ JL ; jj haven't stylish clothes. Come out in force, dress up \ f|l ii in fashion's best \k/| I m V< | OH A firml Charge Account It is easy and convenient. Choose any garment you wish and j I $ Tf/iitf —/ fl\\ W Ml arrange the terms of payment to suit yourself. Coma in— Jj 31 VV/ don't hesitate. You need no one to introduce you. jj j jjf|| \ J Charming New | p | Summer Frocks / a * 150I 50 and *ll " 95 22: jfffl Dainty effects in voiles, linens, ginghams and or- P 1 Be h j gandics in many beautiful designs and colors. There Suits I \III I 111/ is a big variety and the values cannot be surp&csed— it I i I )/// all sizes. Straw if/ II -] Stylish Snappy Snits A II F° r }X? men For Men and Young Men //if / / ana Misses /i I & I s22 $ 25 $ 3O l/J, Sport Skirts No matter what price you pay, the suit you select jfV \L / / Millinery here is the very nobbiest style of the season. In |y jUf*^ plain bhies, mixtures, plain browns, grays and fancy M Silk Waists striped effects. The new waist-seam models, Suits Capes many of which are half and three-quarter oilk lined, are included. Asian & Marine Co. 36 North 2nd St., Cor. Walnut St. age In farm labor fanners of this territory will be able to harvest their crops without appreciable loss un less unforseen conditions develop within the next two or three weeks, according to H. G. Nicsley, Dauphin county farm agent. Reports from the country district indicate that quite a few of the crops are ready to cut. ROAD SIGNS TO BE PIiACED BY O. OF C. One hundred road signs, directing the traveler to Harrisburg will be placed within the next several days through efforts of the Chamber of Commerce. The signs are of fair size and bear the lettering "Stop at ' X JUEY "1,1^919. In the above pictures Boy Scouts of this city are shown at their splen did summer camp in Mt. Holly Springs Park. The fivo views cover incidents in the camp life which Is bringing rosy cheeks and healthy bodies to the boys. On the left at the top a bunch of Scouts are en- Joyed their daily swimming exer cises at the big lake. The middle picture was taken at the camp and shows the line of tents occupied by the Boy Scouts. At the right arc two husky boys, "Bill" German and "Bill" Bushnell, peeling potatoes. The picture on the left at the bottom shows the first gang line-up ready to take the cars for Mt. Hoily Springs, and at the right are the Scouts who i are doing kitchen police duty. Harrisburg," together with the num ber of miles to the city and an ar row pointing in its direction. The working of placing the signs will start to-morrow. TO KFECT MEMORIAL Twenty-five members of the Vet ! eran Volunteer Fireman's Associa tion will serve as a committee to solicit funds to provide for a perma nent memorial to city firemen who gave their services during the Euro pean War. A meeting of the com mittee will be held early next week, ] Mayor Keister, chairman of the ' committee announces. Mayo Turns Over U. S. Fleet to Admiral Wilson Now York, July I.—To the boom ing of salutes from the big runs on tho flagship Pennsylvania, lying at anchor In the North river, command of the Atlantic fleet changed hands yesterday when Admiral Henry T. Mayo, its war time commander, was "piped over the side," and Admiral Henry B. Wilson, who commanded the naval patrol forces overseas dur ing the war, succeeded him as senior admiral of the fleet. Hundreds of naval ofßcers of the Pacific and Atlantic fleets, and their guests, participated in the festivi ties attendant upon the transfer of command of the Atlantic fleet. HAS RIBS FRACTURED ' William A. Adams, 441 Hummel street, is nursing two fractured riba On Saturday he stepped on a loose board on the porch at his home. He was treated at the Harrisburg Hos pital. This Is Better Than Laxatives One KR Tablet Knch Night For a Week Will Correct Your Constipa tion and Mnkr Constant Dosing t'nnrccKaury. Try It. Poor digestion and assimilation mean a poorly nourished body and low vitality. Poor elimination means clogged bowels, fermentation, putri faction and the formation of poison ous gases which are absorbed by th blood and carried through the body. The result is weakness, headaches, dizziness, coated tongue, inactive liv er, bilious attacks, loss of energy, nervousness, poor appetite, impover ished blood, sallow complexion, pim ples. skin disease, and often times serious illness. Ordinary laxatives, purges and ca thartics—salts, oils, calomel, and the like—may relieve for a few hours, but real, lasting benefits can only come through use of medicine that tones up and strengthens the diges tive as well as the eliminative organs. Get a 25c box of Nntuce'a Remedy (NR Tablets) and take one tablet each night for a week. Relief will fol low the very first dose, but a few days will elapse before you feel and real ize the fullest benefit. When you get straightened out and feel just right again you need not take medicine every day—an occasional NR Tablet will then keep your system in good i condition and you will always feel your best. Remember, keeping well is easier and cheaper than getting well. Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) are sold, guaranteed and recommended by your druggist. V Gorgas, Druggist 9