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WORK ON BRIDGE !
WILL BE STARTED
IN EARLY SPRING
First Task "Will Be to Layi
Two 36-incn Water
Mains
Construction of the proposed Sol
diers' and Sailors' Memorial Bridge
In State street will not be started
before next spring, and the first
work whieh will likely he under-
i-taken will be the laying of the thirty-
water mains to replace the
present thirty-inch ones in State
•Street. H. G. Perring. of J. E. Grein
-cr and Company, consulting engi- 1
"peers, made this statement at an in- I
formal meeting of City Council yes- j
terday. ,
■ The Commissioners, City Solicitor j
TTohn E. Fox. Assistant E. Bruce I
X'aylor and City Engineer M. R. i
Cowden met with Mr. Perring this
to discuss what the city is
do pay as its share of the cost of lay
ing the new water pipe. William
Hargest, Deputy Attorney Gen
eral, was engaged in court all morn
ing and could not attend the confer
ence, so the meeting was adjourned
until next Tuesday morning at 11
'o'clock.
Pijic Laying Costly
The whole cost of laying the
water pipe, according to tlie bid of
tlie Central Construction Corpora
tion, is . $132,265.91. Because the
, city wants the State to use thirty
six-inch pipe instead of thirty-inch
pipe J. W. consulting engi
neer of Philadelphia, who has been
retained by the city from time to
time and who devised the city's
present system of charging for
water, thinks Harrisburg ought to
pay about twenty-seven per cent, of
it he cost of laying the new mains.
!" Mr. Lcdoux once told the eity
! that it would cost $115,000 to lay the
•water pipe, but his estimate contain
ed an item of $13,000 for engineer
i ing fees. If that amount were add
ed to tlie contractor's bid it would
Tmake just a little more than $115,-
-000. Members of Council said this
"morning that they probably will re
-tuin Mr. Lodoux to supervise the
laying of the new water mains in
so far as looking after the city's in
terests are concerned.
Mr. Perring told Solicitor Fox
that the State will look after the
payments to the contractor, that the
■city can reimburse the State later,
.and that it will be early enough for
..the city to pay its share in 1921.
Therefore. Council will not have to
'Mother with this project while fram
ing the 1920 budget.
The State's engineer also said that
the work on the water pipe won't be
'■started before early spring, accord
. ing to the present outlook, and that
the whole job cannot be completed
"in less time than four months.
Mayor Hears City Is
Not Likely to Get More
Food From Government
According to information furnish
ed Mayor Daniel L. Keister to-day
there will not be any more govern
ment food offered for sale in Har
risburg. A committee from this city
visited Philadelphia Saturday to in
spect supplies reported in storage at
warehouses there. Inquiries were j
made at other government distribut
ing depots.
it was said on return of the com
'mittee to this city that there was
nothing on hand. Food supplies
have been cleared out.
High Cost of Liquor
Closes Bunkhouse
By Associated Press
Morinstown, N. J., Dec. 12.—Largely
on account of the high cost of liquor
fdlowed by prohibition the bunk
house for prisoners at the county
farm will be closed January 1. An
nc uncement to that effect was made
-this morning by Sheriff Edwin W.
Orr. At present there are four men
there with a day and night keeper to
look after them, costing for salaries
about $l5O a month. The prisoners
do their own cooking and care for
the liouse, but there ale so few on
"hand that little can be done on the
farm.
Miner Crushed to Death
in Deepest Lykens Mine
l.vkens. Pa., Dec. 12.—John M.
.Williams, of Wiconisco, was killed in
the mines yesterday in No. S slope.
Jhe deepest place in the coal mines
.of Lykens. He was crushed by a
fall of rock. Williams was 40 years
tsld. a son of Matthew Williams. He
leaves a wife and two daughters,
•Millie and Beatrice Williams.
WILSON VOICES
APPRECIATION OF
PATRIOTIC ACTION
By Associated Press
Washington. Dec. 12.—President
Wilson yesterday telegraphed
\cting President Lewis of the coal
■ miners' union his appreciation of
the "patriotic action" taken by
the miners' representatives yes
terday at Indianapolis.
The telegram follows:
"May I not express to you, and
through you to the other officers
of your organization my apprecia
tion of the patriotic action which
you took at Indianapolis to-day.
• Now we must all work together
to see to it that a settlement just
and fair to every one is reached
without delay.
(Signed) "Woodrow Wilson."
Lady Grateful For Help
_ Received
* 1' or 1 5 years I suffered increas
ingly with stomach and liver trou
ble. Bloating with gas distressed
me very much and caused serious
heart fluttering. All medicir.-e only
relieved temporarily. I up
hope of ever being cured. My drug
gist advised me one day to try
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. I am
feeling like a new woman since and
"can now eat anything with no ill
results." It is a simple, harmless j
that removes the ea- !
tarrhal mucus from the intestinal!
tract and allays the Inflammation
>hich causes practically all stom-i
ch, liver and intestinal ailments, i
Including appendicitis. One dose
avill convince or money refunded.'
> !H. ■'. Kennedy, (.'larks' 2 drug stores I
and druggists everywhere.
FRIDAY EVENING, •
i
TOYS FOR THE
TOYLESS
| -
! Unless Christmas is to bo a
"feast of aching hearts" for nu
merous boys anil girls of Har
risburg donations for the Toy
i Mission must materially increase
I during the nest week.
1 There are stacks of toys, it is
| true —but there aro a great
i many more children than the
j Toy Mission workers imagined,
who may be forgotten by Santa
Claus unless the Toy Mission
comes to the rescue. i
Toy Mission headquarters .are
| at 119 South Front,
j Tlie workers ask for toys and
candies now—and fruits during
the last week before Christmas. !
"Toys For the Toyless."

3 SAVED FROM
I GOING OFF BRIDGE
BY SMALL LEDGE
Automobile Hangs Over Via
duct When Caught by
Flywheel
Crashing against the railing on the
Mulberry street bridge and snapping !
off the post and guard rails, a tour- j
ing automobile was prevented from j
dashing over the edge with three j
passengers, only when the fly wheel
caught on a slight elevation on the
edge of the bridge.
When brought to a standstill, the
fore part of the automobile was
hanging perilously over the -edge,
more than fifty feet from the ground
below. The automobile is owned
and was driven by W K. Dougherty,
of New Kingston. Riding with him
were two other men from New
Kingston.
Strikes Second Machine
Moving toward the Allison Hill
district of the city, the automobile
struck the rear end of an automo
bile owned by the Scandalis and
Federick Motor Car Co., which had
MEN We offer you the convenience I
1111,
r ' S/ appreaakd that permits pay for your clothes in convenient
(IlIRi |/' 1 IVlen s find —Real Smart Styles in Women's
IlSH&l l\l4 ""'Young Men's and Misses'Coats,Suits, Furs,
H£ 1 it -*At no time have we offered a greater or more at-
Lovely Dresses I
( Il| \ _§Rg \JB §B> /N-^md! \ \ \f tractive collection of fashionable suits and overcoats Q®>
■■! \ than what we are now showing at Reduced to jj^^y o ==
f W T. \1 i|T|j f/// | \X\ \ | £[ $ Without a doubt the greatest dress value offered this seasoni
II VI/// W \\ 11 | A)SJ j/s \W\ XV \ 0 OU OD Dresses of fine quality serge, satin, taffeta and tricotine in a va
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i ll\ ' \ / 'A Unjjr * made of serviceable At this mice no amount of talk could do these coats justice.
I■ mm \\ f \ I and materials. Strictly high grade coats —many beautifully fur trimmed. |Veiy
' U I fll Mackinaws * 8 *= up -d d rc. m ! r ne, " n '""* plc,,me ° ew You
— 88 North Second Street Corner Walnut Street
1 just come up tho incline and was
] traveling toward Market street. The
two partners were riding in the uu
: tomobile.
Dougherty lost control of his ma
chine after the collision. Striking:
u second machine on his left side, the!
! New Kingston man's automobile'
| swerved to tlie left and headed j
i straight for the side of the bridge,;
| Immediately opposite the Incline.
The concrete pole was snapped off
i and the heavy iron guard rails on!
: both sides fell with It to tho ground
below. The automobile was slowed (
!up by the impact and after the |
: wheels had gone over the side, drop.
! ped low enough for the fly wheel to !
i catch on the two-inch ledge. This |
alone prevented the automobile from |
, following the concrete posts and I
railing to the ground. The Dough-j
erty automobile is badly damaged.
City Gets $11.50 For
Stall Rent in Old
Market Square Market
1 More than thirty years after the
t market houses in Market Square
were razed ti1.50 for stall rent, paid
| in ISBB by John Casey, was collected
; by the city. -
Casey paid the rent to the Com
monwealth Trust Company for the
city. Recently the banking institu
tion published a list of funds which,
if not claimed, would he paid over
to tlie State. The item of $11,50 was
included, and when Commissioner
C. W. Burtnett saw it, he made in
quiries and to-day collected tlie
money from the bank and deposited
I it in the city treasury.
HgSl'MtJ IN INDIANA
By Associated Press
i Indianapolis, Dec. 12.—Mining in l
the bituminous coal fields of Indiana'
was started to-dav after a five-weeks' j
strike, reports from all the delegates j
indicating that th e resumption was
pretty general.
At N'ewburg. Fort Branch and [
Blackburn, in the southern part of the;
state, were operating, about 1.000 men '
having resumed their labors. Other j
mining property near Evansviile was |
still inactive, but it was expected!
• nearly all the men would be back |
by to-morrow.
PLAN SCHOOI. HOLIDAY
City schools will close December 13
for the Christmas vacation season,!
rc-opening January 5.
HAJRRISBURG telegraph
CAPITULATE ON
SHIP SINKINGS !
j IN SCAPA FLOW
!
iGcrnian Reply to Note De-|
niauding Signing of Proto- j
eol Is Received
By Associated Press
I Paris, Dec. 12.—The Germans re- j
j ply to the Supreme Council's note!
j demanding the signing of the peace j
j protocol has been received in Paris '
and this afternoon was undergoing
translation 4iy the German delega- i
tion, according to the intransigeant.
The newspaper declares that the
reply is substantially a capitulation
on the Scapa Flow question and a
proposal to discuss other points.
O RESTORE SLEEPERS T j
Philadelphia. Dec. 12.—Announce- |
I ment was made here to-day by the !
: Pennsylvania railroad that, begin- •
j ning tp-night ut midnight, the;
| through sleeping cars which were !
I withdrawn during the daylight i
j hours will bo restored on account of ■
i the settlement of the coal strike.
In addition three through trains ;
1 from New York to Washington and
two from Washington to New York
, will resume their previous sched- j
i ules.
DENTAL EXAMINERS
ARE APPOINTED j
The Governor's office to-day an
nouneed the appointment of W. A. j
McCready, of Pittsburgh, as a mem- j
ber of tlie State Hoard of Dental Ex
aminers to succeed Dr. H. W. Ar- I
thur, of Pittsburgh, and the reap-1
pointment of Dr. T. A. Hogan, ofj
Pittsburgh. .
HAND BROKEN
John Fost, 2640 Jefferson street,
was treated at the Harrisburg Hospi
tal yesterday for what may be a brok
er hand, The Injury was suffered I
while in* was working at the baggage!
office /of the Pennsylvania Railroad, i
KIWANISCLUB TO
! AID TOY MISSION!
Special Features Arranged For'
! i
j Holiday Meetings in Christ- j
mas Week
Decision to co-operate in the Toy j
I Mission campaign, was made at yes- i
I Kiwanis Club in the ballrobin of the '
I wanls Club in the ballroom of the
I IVnn-Harris Hotel. It was decided,
' tl.at each member should bring a toy!
! with him at next week's meeting. j
j At this meeting. El wood Turner, I
;o- Chester, district governor of the'
Kiwanis Club and prominent in Ki-'
| wenian activities, will be in attend- j
ance, it was announced to-day. He
will make an address on a subject to!
be announced later.
At to-days' meeting, the principal 1
speaker was the Rev. Dr. S. Winfleld
Herman, pastor of Zlon Lutheran |
■ church. ll e spoke on "Campaign of;
j Goodwill." His address was well re- 1
j celved.
; The attendance prize, n stick pin !
I offered by Charles Ilupp, was won by
j Dr. Park A. Deekard. Silent boosts,
j including combs and cases, were pra
j.sen ted by Charles Williams.
Announcement was made to-day
j that the meetings of Christmas week
i will bo held on December 2C, and dur-
I ing the following week on January'
; 2: because of the faet that Thursday I
|ii each of the weeks is a holiday.!
J Special features have been arranged.
NAMED SECRETARY
Fritz Payne Cunsler, of Knox- j
I ville, Tenn., was to-day chosen by ]
I the directors of the Central Y. M. '
| C. A. as the secretary of the new
! colored branch of the Y. M. C. A.
:at Hriggs and Cowdon streets. He
is expected here about the lirst of
j the year.
GEORGE REICHENBACII
George Ueiehenbach, 922 Susque
hanna street, died yesterday at
lj.is home. He is survive* by his
wife, one son and two daughters.
Funeral services will be held on Sat
urday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial
I will ho in the East Harrisburg Cem-
I etery.
I D'Annunzio Ready to
Co-Operate With Italians
By Associated Press
Loudon, Dec. 12.—Gabriele D'An-
I nunzlo Is ready to co-operate with
; the Italian government to 1 bring
| about a return of normal conditions
' in the Adriatic If satisfactory guar-
I antees are given that Italy will
) neither renounce Fiume nor evacu
i ate territories occupied since the
, signing of the armistice, it was offl
; daily stated to-day.
The position of the poct-comman
j der was given by D'Annunzio in a
j reply to lhe terms offered by General
! Badoglio, chief of stuff of the Itul
| Inn army, who, it is stated, propos
j ed retention of Fiume by Italy and
i the surrender of all claims to Dal
| mutia.
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