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jwEST SHORE NEWS I
ON CROSS-RIVEF CMS
i Cumberland Residents Will
tHion Company and Pub
lic Service Commission
trig- tli* rates of transportation
1 by the Valley Railways Com-
JPO "excessive, unjust and un
ible," residents of New Cum
l will, within the next few
petition the company and the
Service Commission to issue
rs on all of the 'cross-river
M. N. Btraub, a councilman of
lumberland, drafted the petl
d heads the list of many sign
ach signer writes his name on
letitions, one of which will be
3 the railways company, one to
iblic Service Commission and
•d kept in New Cumberland.
3traub, In speaking of the pe-
Bays the company is dlscrlml-
For 6 cents a passenger can
om Harrlsburg to Enola, he
ut if a resident of New Cum
wants to got from that town
p Hill. White Hill or tho cen
•t of Wormleysburg, two 6-cont
.re charged. Mr. Straub and
ow-petitloners say that they
be allowed to ride as far for
In any direction as the dis
rom Harrlsburg to Enola. An
istance cited In New Cumber
to the unfairness of the rates
sportatlon is that it costs 10
i get from any part of Worm
r to Lemoyne, a distance which
illy be walked In eight or ten
>. A passenger mußt change
i a fare Is taken on each car.
itraub says that one petition
ely be presented to the rall
mpany shortly In the hope that
nsfers will bo ordered without
ter having to be taken up with
'llc Service Commission. If the
y fails to comply with the re
t the petitioners then the com
wlll be asked to consider the
Residents of other towns
he West Shore are Interested
in mo outcome of the petition and it
is likely that some others will be pre
sented for signatures In the several
BOUGHT VAN DIKE PROPERTIES
Nelson Naee, of South Main street,
Marysvllle, has purchased the proper
ties of Dr. A. D. Van Dyke, of Elmlra,
N.-'T. One Is situated In Verbeke and
Cameron streets and the other In Lin
coln and Cameron streets. Mr. and
Mrs. Nace will occupy the house In
Verbeke and Cameron streets.
PUPILS AT PANAMA LECTURE
An Illustrated lecture on the Pan
ama Canal, was given in the Marys
vllle High School room, last evening,
by Albert Goho, of Harrlsburg. Over
176 views of the greatest engineering
feat yet accomplished were shown.
Pupils of the Marysvllle schools, from
the sixth grade up, were in attend
| TO ORGANIZE CIRCLE
This evening the Ladles" Mite So-]
ciety of the Marysville Trinity Re
formed Church will meet this evening
at the home of Mrs. L. C. Wox, of Wil
liam street, A society to be known
as the "Friendship Circle" will be or
ganized. Refreshments will be # served.
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR DAY
"Christian Endeavor Day" will be
observed by the Junior and Senior
Societies of St. Paul's United Breth
ren Church, Wormleysburg, on Sunday
evening, February 1, at 6.30 p. m. This
will be a union service, both the Ju
nior and Benlor Societies having part
n the program. Special music will
>e rendered by'the Delta Alpha Quar
et, also a mixed quartet from the
:hurch choir. The Sunday school or
chestra will assist In the coAgrega
ional singing. Charles W. Black,
)resident of the Dauphin County C. E.
Jnion, will be the speaker for the
HOME FROM NEW YORK
M. A. Hoff, proprietor of the M. A.
HofC furniture store, New Cumber
land, and J. F. Boush, manager of the
store, have returned from a trip to
| New York. While there the two men
| attended the Furniture Exposition.
Samuel A. Rhan, a brakeman, em
ployed by the Pennsylvania Railroad '
Company, and residing at Enola. was
married last evening to Miss Victoria
Baker, of Hummelstown, in Lebanon.
Mr. Rhan is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
i Amos Rhan.
BOWLING TEAMS MATCHED
The Superior bowling team, of Har- !
rlsburg, will roll against the New i
| Cumberland team on Lipp's alleys,
j New Cumberland, next Tuesday even
ing. The 'cross river men are prac- 1
I tlclng dally and are confident of taking !
FUNERAL SERVICES HELD
Funeral services over the body
of the nine-month-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Shadow, Bella Vista, i
I were held yesterday afternoon. Bur
ial was made in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, i
MR LEIBY LEAVES HOSPITAL I
Charles E. Lelby, of the Arm of <
Lelby & Flurie, brick manufacturers
of New Cumberland, who had his left i
leg so badly mangled in some cog <
wheels at the plant two weeks ago ]
that amputation Just below the knee
ECZEMA FORGED !
TO YIELD i
If your suffering from Eczema or anv
Itching skin trouble has been Intense, ,
the quick relief from one application of
Poslam will seem wonderful to you.
And to see the trouble disappear will
be another cause for wonder.
Just as soon as you spread it gent
ly on. Itching stops; burning skin Is
gratefully soothed; no more need to
scratoh; no discomfort to keep you
Improvement every day. The skin,
forced to respond, soon resumes its
natural color and condition.
Your druggist sells Poslam. For free ,
sample write to Emergency Labora
tories. 82 West 25th Street, New York
Poslam Soap Improves the ekln as no
other soap can do.—Advertisement.
FRIDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG (#§£& TELEGRAPH JANUARY 30,1914.
28-30 and 32 N. Third St 28-30 and 32 N. Third St
El SCHLEISNER'S FINAL SALE IS
The established custom of WM. B. SCHLEISNER STORE is to wind up the season with a sale to close out every garment not sold
during the season—
It insures our patrons against a possible chance of purchasing out-of-season merchandise—
We are perfectly well satisfied to sustain losses at these sales, to continue our way of doing business---
The enormous assortment always carried by us in season finds us with large stocks to close at our wind up sale—giving the shoto
pers a large selection—even now at the greatly reduced prices.
Entire Stock in Our Store Will Be Disposed of
Each Day Different Articles Will Be on Sale
Starting Saturday January 31st.
ONLY SUITS AND COATS WILL BE OFFERED
duringTach» d 50
SATURDAY IS SUIT DAY SATURDAY IS COAT DAY
COATS and SUITS, For Girls, Misses and Women
Velvet SniU at SIO.OO Misses' and Women's Suits at SIO.OO Fur Trimmed Suits at $12.50
$35.(S O to S $ 4 O 7 f .50 e ' Vet_SkirtS ° £ Broaddoth = ™ lu " and ° ,her deSirab,e materiaU: $25.(S to r^m' h ~ in shades -™ lues
Misses' Balmacann Coats at $9.99 Young Women's Coats at $5.95 Women's Serge Suits at $11.90
rain or e P' ional v f lue «*«»'• Wear Ser S e . » bla <*
v vaiue , and navy blue—values $29.50.
Afternoon and Evening Coats, $19.50 Misses' and Women's Coats at $12.50 Russian Fur Coats at $17.50
va.ue S m u^os49 m 5 th ""« ho " t! D-sy m odels-of soHd co,- pe.ts of Russian Ponyskins
-175 Misses' and Women's Advanced Spring Suits at $18.50
yf a jr aa ' (T FINAL REDUCTIONS
28-30 and 32 North Third Street Boys' Pants at 69c 30 Boys' Suits at $3.75
!■ ' Strictly all-wool—sizes 15, 16, 17 and Two pairs of trousers to each suit
. 18—former price $1.50. formerly $5.00 and $6.00.
' Little Boys' Suits and Overcoats at $3.50
$5.00, $6.00, $7.00 and SB.OO v alues, sizes 3 to 8.
was necessary at the Harrlsburg Hos
pital, was removed to his home from
that institution yesterday. Mr. Leiby's
condition is good and he will soon be
able to look after his business inter
HOME NEAR COMPLETION
Finishing touches are now being put
on Senator John E. Fox's handsome
summer home along the Yellow
Breeches creek, close to Lelb's Park,
at New Cumberland. The home Is lo
cated on what was known as the
Kunkle farm and Is built of brick and
stone. F. H. Bomgardner, of Harrls
burg, the contractor, will have it com
pleted within a few weeks, but it will
probably not be occupied before sum->
News Items From Points
in Central Pennsylvania
Special to The Telegraph
Bainbridge.—Six houses were rob
bed in this section last night and
money, provisions and clothing stolen.
Several nights ago, a new clock pur
chased by Miss Krayblll, teacher at
the Lincoln school, was stolen and
other thinks by robbing the school
Selinsgrove.—On Sunday, January
6 at 4 p. m. Henry R. Tharp and
Mable C. Shaffer were married at
Salem by the Rev. H. O. Snable.
Selinsgrove. Miss Eva Fisher, a
popular young lady of this was
married at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Fisher, yester
day to Arthur A. Charles.
Gettysburg.—Last evening the Get
tysburg Fire Company held Its an
nual banquet in the O. of I. A. Hall.
Several hundred citizens were pres
Marietta. —Miss Gertrude Mann was
married yesterday to John H. New
comer, of Maner, by the Rev. J. W.
Deshong, at the home of the bride.
Selinsgrove.—The school board of
Fayette township, Juniata county, will
erect a modern four room school
building at McAlisterville this Spring.
Halifax.—At the regular meeting of
the P. O. of A. on Thursday evening,
Hoke, of Ellzabethville, was present
and Installed officers for the ensuing
turn, after which refreshments were
ENTERTAINED CLASS ,
Special to The Telegraph
Newport, Pa., Jan. 30. Mr. and
Mrs. William G. Loy entertained last
evening at their home In Sixth street
the members of the Sunday school
classes of the Presbyterian Church of
which they are members. The guests
were Mrs. Robert M. Ramsey, Mrs.
Percy C. Morrow, Mrs. Melvln W.
Watson, Mrs. Ambrose Wright, Mrs.
Arnold, the Misses Anna Market, Lena
May Wright, Amanda L. Brown, Grace
McManlgal, Gertrude Wolf, Eva M.
Robinson, Lillian E. Fllcklnger, Mary
Harris Irwin, the Rev. Robert M.
Ramsey, William M. Benson, Charles
C. Brandt, Wylie T. Davis, Floyd Da
vis, W. A. Stephens, Harry A. McKee,
Frank H. Gantt, Anson B. Wright.
John Baker. ,
Recent Deaths in
Halifax. Register Taylor, 70 years
old, for many years a resident of Mata
moras, died on Wednesday night at the
home of George Matcliett, at Wuynes
vllle, afeer a long illness. Mr. Taylor
was a bachelor and had lived alone un
.,l , ree >' ears ago, when his
» £ failed and lie went to the
Matchett home. Funeral arrangements
have not yet been made.
Ellzabethville. Henry S. Gaugler,
a widely-known and respected citizen.
J! w" .« J lo *** 6 # In West Main street,
on Wednesday night of a stroke of
paralysis. Mr. Gaugler was a shoe
maker, and had worked all day previ
ous to his death. He was an active
members of the local Board of Trade
and always zealous in the progress of
his town. He was 64 years old, and is
survived by one son, William, of Loy
alton, and three daughters, Mrs. Frank
Boyer, of this place; Mrs. Kinsinger, of
Carsonville, and Kethura, of Halifax.
fWE WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT OUR i Wsi Iffjjf J
FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALE rj
BEGINS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2 ' J
We Have Set Aside To-morrow, Saturday, as INSPECTION DAY jfl
n or as miners would call it "prospecting day." fZ 7 JTjJ
pi a A ltis a. day for you to make inspection. Come in, stake out your "claim," examine * AlltO Dcll^H
Charge Ac- and compare—study prices and values. In order to save you the unpleasantness of se- Ar „ f- »1|
lecting in the crowd that is usually here on the first day of the sale, you'll be privileged !WI
COUIItS Opened make your selection on INSPECTION DAY and delivery can be made anytime on or Kan towns fit
after February 2nd. u H luwus *
for anything We invite you to come and see the Merchandise and prices with which we hope to iivenCS are made
. make this the BEST February Furniture Sale we have ever held. / 11 1
■ Burns & Company -MMr* - TrS"
His wife died several years ago. Tho
funeral will be held on Sunday morn
ing, at 10 o'clock, burial in Maplb
Grove Cemetery, the Rev. J. S. Farns
Maytown. Mrs. Mary Henderson,
the oldest woman in this section of
Lancaster county, died at the age of 91
years. One daughter and one son, ex-
County Commissioner Jacob Henderson,
Waynesboro. Stephen F. Stanley,
84 years old, died Wednesday evening
at the home of his son-in-law, W. C.
Chamberlain, near Price's Church, from
pneumonia. He is survived by his
widow and nine children.
Selinsgrove. The Rev. Dr. Alex
ander Miller, pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, of Lewisburg r , .died
Thursday night. Dr. Miller joined the
the Central Pennsylvania Conference
over fifty yoars ago.
ONLY ONE "BROMO QUININE"
To got the genuine, call for full name,
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look
for signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures
a Cold in One Day. 25c. —Advertise-
INSURANCE COMPANY ELECTS
Special to The Telegraph
Annville, Pa., Jan. 30. —The recently
elected board of directors of the Mu
tual Fire Insurance Company has
elected tho following ofllcers: Presi
dent, John S. Shope; vlce-presdent, H.
L. Kinports; secretary, John H.
Thomas; treasurer. Elmer A. Henry;
solicitor, E. E. McCurdy.
CANDIDATE MEETS FRIENDS
Waynesboro, Pa., Jan. 30. —Benja-
min K. Focht, candidate for Congress,
accompanied by Mr. Moyer, of Lewis
burg, Pa., spent Thursday in Cham
bersburg and the evening in Waynes
boro paying, a social call on their
many friends here. Mr. Focht attend
ed the large public sale of Enos Horst,
near Chambersburg, where he met
hundreds of friends.
HOME STUDY CLUB, MEETS
Annville, Pa., Jan. 30.—0n Tuet
afternoon the Home Study Circle
an interesting: session at the horn
.Mrs. A. S. Kreider, wife of Cong)
man A. S. Kreider, of West 1
street. The program consisted 1
paper on paintings and soulptur
Miss Mary M. Shenk and /cur
events by Mrs. Mary Rigler.