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Prepare to Deport Berkman; Week's Stay Granted to Goldman Washington, Dec. 12.—The Su preme Court having refused to in terfere with the government's plan to deport Alexander Berkman be cause of his anarchistic activities. Immigration authorities are pre pared to send the radical leader to Soviet Russia. This is to be done. Commissioner General of Immigra tion Caminetti announced, "in the very near future." Simultaneously with its order in the Berkman case, the court granted a stay of one week in the carrying into execution of the planned deportation of Emma Gold man, Bcrkman's assistant In radi calism, so as to enable it to examine the records and determine whether she be permitted to nppeal from New York federal court decrees dis missing habeas corpus proceedings instituted to prevent being sent out of the United States. Both Berkman and Miss Goldman are being held at Ellis Island. Cow Yields in Year 1,000 Lbs. Butter New lork. Dei". 12.-—All records for the production of butter are believed to hav-e been broken by the registered yearling Lulu Alphea. of Ashburn. which produced 1.1,609 pounds of milk from which 1,000 pounds of butter were made in the year ending Novem ber 1, according to a statement made yesterday by the American Jersey t'attle Club. The butter produced from the cow's milk is 100 pounds in excess of her weight, and is said to be live times us much as the average production from dairv cows. The milk tested 5.85 per cent, butter fat, or more than 50 per cent, above the amount required b> law. sll ELI.-SHOCK ED SOLDIER INSANE HngrrMtimn, Md„ Dec. IL'. —Charles W. St. Clair, who was gassed and shell shocked while serving with the American expedionary torces in France, was adjudged insane yester day upon petition of his father, Wil liam C. St. Clair. At the first chill, take "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"! Millions i of people would not think of taking anything else for a cold or the grippe except these tablets with the safety "Bayer Cross" on them. They know the "Bayer Cross" means the true Aspirin prescribed by physicians for eighteen years—Genuine! Each Bayer package contains safe and proper directions for the relief of Colds—also for Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis and for Pain generally. Bayer-Tablets ""Aspirin Dandy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents—Larger packages. Aspirin is the trade mirk of ISayrr Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicyticacid BOY SHOES YOU p SAVE $1 to $2 Boys shoes for every occasion— for dress—for School and Winter wear. There's no earthly reason why even in these times of high gBfMKwSHEH prices you should pay double the sfflsWwbMmtßß pre-war prices. Newark Shoes for Boys are as fine, as strong, as well jpw made, as comfortable and as dur able as money can buy—Yet look IqW|B at these prices! Much lower than others charge Why? Because we direct the public —thru our own 300 stores millions of pair W& each year. Buy a pair for the #Jeßg boy to-morrow. Sturdy School and Winter Shoo JEM Hl-Cut, Oil Cralned two buckle storm boot for boy*—lust the shoe for 5 winter wur j/tggSW^k Ask for style SOO. sixes HEB' V ■■ toi3H $2.95 HARRISBURG STORE 315 MARKET ST., Near Dewberry Open Saturday Evenings FRIDAY EVENING, Daylight Saving Bill to Be Pushed in Bay State Ito.sion. Drc. 12.—A bill for daylight raving: live months in the \eur be ginning: the last Sunday in April will be introduced in the next state legls | lature it was announced late ves'er |day at the conclusion of a conference: of representatives of chambers of I commerce, manufacturers' associa tions, labor unions, women's clubs and I other state organizations. I ' The decision to support such a bill J • was not unanimous, however, objec-i tions b.ing voiced by representatives! jof the State Grange, the I Bureau and the Gloucester Fish Bu- I reuu. 30,000 Yellowstone Elk Herd Faces Extinction New York, Dec. 12.—The famous elk' herd An S'ellowstone Bark, numbering i j 30.000 animals, faces extinction be• | cause of the heaviest snowfall In j thirty years and the slaughter of uni- ! mals in Montana, where they have j been driven in search of food, accord-J ing t of Robert S. Yard, executive sec retary of the National Barks Asso ciation. i Five thousand animals already have been killed by hunters outside the I park, and their carcasses shipped to 'market in the present hunting season, I which does not include Christmas eve, Mr. Yard said. Buries Her $6,000 Cat With Full Funeral Rites Lenox. Mass.. Deo'. .12.—Funeral rites over a cat here wore attended by all the employes on the summer es tate of Mrs. Carlos de llerodias, 01 i New York, and tho cat's body was buried on the estate in a metal casket. Hyacinth, a Bersian cat. said to have cost $6,000. was greatly treas ured by Mrs. de llerodias. and when jit died at her home in New York, the owner had the body borne here in a special autotruck. Two Years For Man in Wanamaker Bomb Case j York. Dec. 12.—A prison scn j tence of from one year and three i months to two years and six months, was imposed yesterday on Ernest A. (1. Kurth. by Judge Wadhams. in gen eral sessions, for sending a bomb to the Tuxedo Park home of Mrs. Rod -1 man Wanamaker last September. Central Pa. News NO FUEL FAMINE AT MILLERSBURG Coal Washed Into Wiconiseo Creek by Croat Flood Proves Sufficient MJUersburg, Pa.. Doc. 12. —There is no shortage of coal hero and all of Millersburg's industries are oper ating as usual. Thirty years ago. during the great June Hood of 1889. the Wiconiseo creek, which then was a raging torrent, washed great quantities of coal from the dirt banks at Lykens and Wiconiseo. Ever since this coal has been used by people all along the banks of the Wiconiseo. The creek has been given the name of Black creek be cause of the color of the water since the great flood. The Juniata Public Service Com pany probably has 100,000 tons on the banks, which is used for steam purposes at the power plant. Many private operators along the creek have supplied Millersburg's indus tries with sufficient coal for the win ter months. Personal and Social News of Towns on West Shore Mrs. Isaac McKonley has re turned to Shiremanstown from a visit to her brother, Harry Xgirue and family at Granite Hill and relatives at Gettysburg. John Bigler, of Shiremanstown has gone to Florida for the winter. Mrs. Charles Weigel. of Shire manstown, visited her cousin, Mrs. Weir Seifert, at Mechanicsburg on Tuesday. Mrs. Frank E. Wood, of Harris burg visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Weigel at Shiremans town. Mrs. J. Howard Beamer and little son Marlin, of Shiremanstown, spent Wednesday with the former's mother, Mrs. Sponsler and her sis ters. the Misses Emma and Anna Sponsler, at Mechanicsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bigler, of Enola, visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rcnninger at Shiremans town. Mrs. Walter S. Zimmerman, son Russell, daughter Frances, and Mrs. Francis Howard, of Shiremanstown, spent a day recently with the former's sister at Harrisburg. Miss Roberta Strong, of Shire manstown. visited friends in Me chanicsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stevens, son Lawrence and daughter Madge, of Lancaster, motored to Shiremans town Wednesday. They were ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hooper, of Wrighteville, who visited friends at Camp Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Ripp and daughter, June Romaine, of Shire manstown, visited Mr. and Mrs. Adam L. Heiges at Mechanicsburg. Mrs. Roy Stone, of Camp Hill, visited her mother, Mrs. H. M. Zear ing, at Shiremanstown. Mrs. William Rishel and Mrs. Ira Rishel, of Washington Heights, visited friends at New Cumberland yesterday. Burgess Broadhurgt Ensign, who has been spending the past ten days at his home in New Cumberland, left for Boston, Mass., yesterday where the ship, the Florida, is anchored in which he will make an other trip early in the new year. Mrs. Harry Williams, of Scotland, Pa„ is visiting relatives at New Cumberland. ,T. H. Reiff, of New Cumberland, visited in Carlisle this week. Mrs. McAfee and daughter, of West Falrview, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoover, at New Cumberland. ANNOUNCE DACOHTER'S RIRTIT Meoliaiiicsburg. Pa., Dec. 12. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Trace, corner of South Market and Marble streets, announce the birth of a daughter. Martha, on Monday evening, Decem ber 8. Mrs. Trace formerly was Miss Mary Sutton, of Shepherdstown W. Va. CHURCH JANITOR STRICKEN Lewistown, Pa., Dec. 12.—-Samuel McAlister, janitor at the FresDyte rian Church, was taken suddenly ill on the street on Wednesday night and had to be assisted to his home, where he continues very ill. He suf fered a slight stroke or paralysis a short time ago. STARTS BLOCK FACTORY New Cumberland, Pa., Dec. 12. John R. Bortnier has established a concrete block factory in Ninth street. The block will be used for building houses. (Other State News on Page 2) Conan Doyle's Daughter • Here to "See America" ■ iini niii 111111 iiiiimi II.IIMH.J in— jl * fl L-rrwMtt imid - . . , mh MISS MARY It. C. DOYLE Miss Mary Jxtuise Conan Do.vle, daughter of the famous English writer of ddtective stories, is in the United States for the winter. When she arrived in New York she said she was going to San Francisco to spend the winter and that then she was "going to pee more of Ajuer ica." HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH WOMEN NOW BILLPOSTERS Strikers in Brooklyn Replaced by Fair Wielders of Brush and Paste Pots New York—A liulf dozen young women ore now posting bills on Brooklyn billboards in the place of the men who formerly did this work but who deserted their paste pots and brushes a week ago to strike. Brooklynites to-day are watching the young women climb ladders and stick up the lithographs announc ing the latest "movie" or the merits of oleomargarine in combating the 11. t . of L,, and all have to admit that the girl bill poster is just as good as the striking male. Twenty-six bill posters went on stiiko because two of their number had been discharged. Some of the strikers have gone back to work and others are in jail awaiting trial for maliciously nt^i?m nß xP OBters ou billboards in Brooklyn. ISew men have also taken up the paste pots and brushes and are learning the rudiments of the bill posting game, and now the n! r ,iL £ Vt> , b . een om Ployed to help make Brooklyn safe for billboard advertising. The girls have been employed in Manhattan for some 1 th ni n ,o, w bave been assigned to the Brooklyn sector. Unafraid of J .adders l.adders have no terrors for the young women, and they climbed up the sides of the billboards and Street Up pos * prs j ust old-timers. Street cars slowed down and pedes tuans stopped to watch them work. I Efl N ft ML 219 Market tJLSM %3S • Holiday Clothing For Men, | ;! Women and Children— It j You Don't Need the Cash! g^^r It's easy to be well dressed on Christmas Day or any other day. It makes no difference whether f f you have the cash or not —YOU DON'T NEED THE CASH AT BUTLER'S. Terms will be I•• # arranged to suit your convenience. You can be the best dressed person in the city if you want i to be. We welcome you and invite you to open a charge account —NOW—TO-DAY! jßffijßll Why not dress in the height of Men's 7 \3M * ► fashion? The latest models, direct •! aßa k from New York, are received lly „ JffyiWafflC-. ■ here V? Qf 111 §' j f (smart, snappy styles in Suits and (Pflfl rati x IrP^ffjj'li^''' Overcoats for Men and Boys. IH Hi 4 WSJ ML HK ■ . Come in today and try on some W_ m J r nm f Ar i 0 k| 0 M M 'ridtA ' B£4t&JsBBBS&&3sA Cour,house I "The Store That Serves You Best" ' " ***— "^* MI | *^! >|ll V'— ■■V 11 ' tf " V 1 if"* if - ** -if— ** "If" y•• T/v i n|[vn i<|ft) and it wus necessary for a police J sergeant with a detail'to keep sonic ' of the men moving who wanted to | stop and watch the comely ankles j of the feminine bill posters while j the young ladies were up the iad i ders. | , Bill posting is an art, take it j from the girls, and there is quite a i knack to getting the posters up so I that they mutch correctly. They are ! able to do this. and take turns at I climbing the ladders to the highoi j points of the hoard to put up the ' paper. The experiment so far has ! been most successful, and some or ! the men who arc on strike, who | watched th6m working to-day, iiad ] to admit that they were doing'a i good job. * | The girls wear overalls similar ! to those affected by conductorettes, j and men's caps, with old coats and I sweaters. The hours are not long, i and after they once learn to use the ' brush the work is easy, they assert. Over-Worked Men The Strenuous Life We Are Living Uses L T p Our Vital Forces Faster Than Nature Can Replace Them. j To overdo anything is harmful and a continuation of it will wear out the strongest man. Overwork, worry, brain-tire, high living, dissipation and other such habits waste away the most vital elements of tlje blood, brain and nerves- then disease sets in. At first there will be a general indisposition, poor appetite, indigestion, severe head ache, wakefulness and weakness in the back, the temper irritable, the spirits depressed, the memory poor and the mind weakened, ending in premature decline. Dr. Chase's Blood and Nerve Tablets correctfhis condition by build ing up your blood and nerve forces. A trial will convince you. Sold by Drug gists at 60 cents. Special, (Stronger more Active 90 cents.) TOD Sayltihen —when you're going to try Penn-Cera— \| an d make that "when" now! You'll forget that - a * iara esert f ee^n £ "ght off the Real Drink Pep Aplenty Mildly stimulating, a delicious, cereal beverage, ficial and enjoyable. wk No matter how you voted on prohibition you'll say "Open "A up another bottle." LIGHT, DARK, PORTER. ftink die Philadelphia. r fiji i) ■" V Frank S. Garber, Distributor lor<lFt tneJfeSt 1901-1903 North Sixth Street G) HARRISBURG, PA. DECEMBER 12. 1919.