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WEST SHORE NEWS
ARE WEDDED 20 YEIRS
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hemmer Will
Entertain Many Friends
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hemmer, of
Wormleysburg, are to-day celebrating
the twentieth anniversary of their
wedding. To-night they will enter
tain nearly a hundred of their friends
In honor of the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Hemmer were inar
died in York February 2, 1894, by the
Rev. A. G. Fasnacht. pastor of the
Lutheran Church in that city. Mrs.
Hemmer, who was Miss Adabelle bn> -
<ler, is a daughter of the late Jacob
Snyder, a sand merchant anil river
man of Wormleysburg. Mr. Hemmer
resided in York at the time of his mar
riage. Shortly after the ceremony he,
together with his bride, moved to
Wormleysburg. where they have since
resided. When married, Mr. Hemmer
was an engineer on the Cumberland
Valley Railroad and remained in that
position until the Enola yards were
opened, when he accepted a place as a,
stationary engineer, his present posi- j
Movement to Organize
New Band at Marysville
Marysvllle will have a band of
•which it can well be proud within a
ahort time if the borough's residents
w show enough interest In its organ
/ Iwation. A notice has been posted re
questing all persons interested to meet
In Fisher's Hall, South Main street, to
morrow evening at 8 o'clock.
This town has been without a nana
for some time. When the Northern
Central Railway moved its freight
yardu from this place in 1907 many of
the band members, including the
leaders George Strausbaugh, moved
from town. At the meeting to-mor
row evening a new leader will be
appointed and an entire new organ
MACCABEES WIMi INSTAWj
At the regular monthly meeting of
Marysville Hive, No. 263, lady Mac
cabees of the World, in the Flatiron
building, to-morrow evening, officers
for the ensuing year will be installed
us follows: Commander, Mrs. Flor
ence Albright; lieutenant-commander,
Mrs. Emma Sellers; past commander,
Mrs. Minnie Hornberger; record
keeper, Mrs. Mary Crozler; finance
auditor, Mrs. Ellen McNeeley; chap-
Jain, Mrs. Cora Rhoads; lady-at-arms.
Miss Barbara Roush; sergeant, Miss
Edna Sellers; picket. Miss Hazel Hip
pie; sentinel. Miss Emma Dice; cap
tain of the guards, Mrs. Julia Heish
ley. Refreshments will be served
after the installation.
HABKISBrRGER ENTERTAIN S
On Friday evening the L. U. A. Club
s of Marysville was entertained at the
home of Miss Alda Varns, of Har
risburg. Dainty refreshments were
served to Miss Cora Pottelger, of Ilar
risburg; Miss Chat Geib, Miss Stella
Deckard, Miss Leona Bare, Miss Mary
Smith, Miss Emma Roberts, Miss
Helen Hain, Miss Sara Eppley, Kath
erlne Hench, Miss Elizabeth Sadler,
Miss Katherine Roberts and Miss
Mabel Ellenberger, of Marysville.
SAILED FOR CUBA
Mrs. C. W. Diebold, of Marysville,
Bailed from New York city for Felton,
Cuba, on Saturday. Her husband is
employed as a superintendent of the
mechanical engineering department of
the Spanish-American Steel Company.
FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE ORGANIZED
At the regular monthly meeting of
the Eadles' Mite Society of the Trinity
Reformed Church of Marysville on
Friday evening a Friendship Circle
was organized. Mrs. JC. Wox was
elected president; Mrs. W. T,. Roberts,
vice-president; Mrs. W. T. White, sec
retary; Mrs. C. B. Smith, treasurer.
Refreshments were served.
CIVIC CI/UB TO MEET
The regular monthly meeting of the
Marysville Civic Club will be held in
the Board of Trade quarters in the
Flatiron building this evening.
ADDRESS BY MB. CUNNINGHAM
Yesterday afternoon tlie Baughman
Memorial Methodist Church, at New
Cumberland, was crowded with men
who listened with interest to the ex
cellent address by Jesse E. B. Cun
ningham. deputy attorney general of
Pennsylvania, on the subject, "Our!
Duty as An American Citizen." Rplen- I
did music was rendered by the Emer
■ pon Glee Club.
MOTHER DIES AT READING
Mrs. H. C. Oren, of Seventh street, I
New Cumberland, went to Reading, 1
where she was summoned on account 1
of the sudden death of her mother, I
, Mrs. Immel.
BOAT SERVICE SUSPENDED j
On account of the thick ice on the'
river on Saturday, the steamboat
could not make any trips from New
Cumberland to Steelton.
SOl/D IMMENSE BUM,
Daniel Qulgley, a progressive farm
er living on the farm owned by the
heirs of Mrs. Jacob Haldeman near
Eemoyne, raised a male calf which,
when at the age of twenty-nine
months, weighed 1,910 pounds. The
bull was recently sold to F. S. Sim-;
mons, a Lemoyno butcher, for $125.
WILD PETITION CONGRESS
A unanimous vote was taken in the
Sunday school at New Cumberland
Sunday morning to put down the l
manufacture of alcohol either In drink
or In foods, which petition will be
sent to Congress by the Anti-Saloon
OBSERVE ENDEAVOR DAY
Christian Endeavor day was ob
served by the Christian Endeavor So
ciety of the Evangelical Church at Le
moyne laßt night. A very Interesting
program was rendered by the mem
bers. The speaker of the evening was'
E. J. Huggins, of Harrisburg, who
gave an interesting talk.
CLASS MEETINGS AT LEMOYNE '
Tomorrow evening thoExcelior class
of the Evangelical Sunday school at •
Lemoyne will meet at the home of!
their teacher, Miles Rice; the E. Plu
rlbus Unum class of the same Sunday
school will meet at the home of Miss'
Micv Bice, to-morrow evening; tha'
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MONDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH FEBRUARY 2, 1914.
Turning Tables on Men, Big
Elk Chases Them to Woods
Herd of Several Fine Animals From State Reservation De
stroying Crops and Young Trees Near Mifflinburg
I Mifflinburg, Pa., Feb. 2.—Several
i large elk, supposed to have escaped
| from the State reservation in the ad
joining county of Center, have been
I causing damage to property and alarm
to the citizens residing on farms near
I the mountains, about three miles
northwest of Mifflinburg. At the wood
land of John E. Grove's country resi
dence, a rural mall carrier said the
trucks in the snow were like those of a
very large cow. Passing through this
neighborhood, and at the vicinity of
Robert Moll, several residences saw
an elk in the fields, destroying vege
tation and concluded to chase it to
ward the mountain, which they did,
W. W. T. Club of the Christian Sun
day school will meet at the home of
Hazel Kunks to-night, and the Moth
ers' class of the Evangelical Sunday
school will meet at the home of Mrs.
William Fetrow on Thursday after
The members of the teachers' train
ing class of the Evangelical Sunday
school at Lemoyne will take the State
examination in the church on Tuesday
CHICKEN AND WAFFLE SUPPER
Men's Bible class of the United
Brethren Sunday school at Lemoyne
have completed plans for a chicken
land waffle supper which will be held
in the church on February 20.
PROGRAM FOR C. E. RALLY
This evening the West Shore Chris
tian Endeavor rally will be held in
the Trinity Lutheran Church at Le
moyne. Societies from New Cum
berland, Wormleysburg, West Fair
view, Enola and Lemoyne will be pres
ent. The program will include: Mu
sic by orchestra; devotional exercises,
the Rev. G. B. Renshaw, pastor of
Wormleysburg United Brethren
Church; music, Harrisburg Christian
Endeavor Choral Union; address, "A.
C. E. Soldier," the Rev. M. S. Sharpe,
pastor Lutheran Church, Enola; ad
dress, "Christian Endeavor The
Training School of the Church," M.
t tannoot other than interest any and all who have an ambition or desire to see better furniture or
' n . ew furniture of the better sort in the home - It is recognized that this store carries only the
finest type of desirab,e furniture; it is recognized that our stocks embrace the finest practical
furniture and from that high mark down to the lowest priced furniture which is practical for general i /
® ur February Furniture Sale BEGINS TO DAY §
i an occasion in which you will have the choice of our entire stocks at special prices. i|
BED ROOM FURNITURE I DINING ROOM FURNITURE I §
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TSSgW J jjSyJ J \ Brass Beds splendid assortment as much as with the Start- |
\ $10.50 Brass Beds now marked $.5.75 ling Prices. §
\ $18.50 Brass Beds now marked $10.75 *
\ . $25.50 Brass Beds now marked $19.00 Buffets
JZ&WB\ ' $32.50 Brass Beds now marked $24.50 „ * '#*.
$45.50 Brass Beds now marked $33.75 $28.50 Buffets now marked $18.50
NSk $55.50 Brass Beds now marked $42.00 $38.50 Buffets now marked $29.00 If*
All (uarantccd I«cqner. f $46.50 Buffets now marked $34.50 §1
/)rpcco»-e $53,5 ° Buffets now marked $40.00 H
BBH y»6ssers $58.50 Buffets now marked $44.00
° J $12.50 Dressers now marked $9.50 $65.50 Buffets now marked $49.50 p
$29.50 Dressers now marked $22.75 $75.50 Buffets now marked $56.50 |i;
llfnjl In IB j7 $38.50 Dressers now marked.. $29.50 $96.50 Buffets now marked $72.50 pi
EQIb I $49.50 Dressers now marked $37.50 n - - D ___ t
$65.50 Dressers now marked $49.50 UMinCJ rfOOm » ClO/eS
VsMi U Chiffoniers $14.50 Dining Room Tables, marked $10.50 fi
19,5 ° Dinin ? Room Tables, maiked $18.50
>vT~\ $14.50 Chiffoniers now marked $ll.OO $24.50 Dining Room Tables, marked $15.00 ly
$29.00 Chiffoniers now marked $17.50 $27.50 Dining Room Tables, marked $21.00 m
yM&sfifS. 1 $42.00 Chiffoniers now marked $23.50 $29.50 Dining Room Tables marked $22.25 %
$49.50 Chiffoniers now marked $31.50 $32.50 Dining Room Tables marked $24.50 f|
" $52.50 Chiffoniers now marked $32.50 $40.50 Dining Room Tables, marked $30.50
$55.00 Chiffoniers now marked $34.50 $45.50 Dining Room Tables, marked $34.50
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are ready for delivery. afrfa^eliyer^^^i
or at least made the attempt, with the
result that the boast was on the de
fensive and "made for them," in such
a savage manner that the men ran*
and for their protection took to the
nearest place of safety, hastily climb
ing up a tree. Even then the animal
made a lunge at the tree with its
home. They said that when the
beast came to a nearby wire fence he
stepped right over without the least
effort. This elk has not only caused
a great deal of alarm, but is destroy
ing young fruit trees by eating off the
tops, as well as destroying vegetation.
It is said the animal weighs nearly
eight hundred pounds.
A. Hoff, New Cumberland; benedic
tion, the Rev. A. G. Wolff, pastor Lu
theran Church, West Fairview.
BOWLERS GO TO COATESVTLLE
This afternoon the Enola P. R. R.
Y. M. C. A. bowling team, W. R.
Green, Jos. Hinkle, S. H. Bltner, R.
Myers, Phillip Fordney, Wallace Shutt
and Backenstoe, left for Coatesvllle,
where they will bowl the Y. M. C. A.
This evening the Enola Y. M. C. A.
band will give a rehearsal in the as
sociation rooms when all arrange
ments will be completed for the con
cert to be given at Carlisle opera
house on Thursday, February 5.
FUNERAL OF MRS. FISHER
Burial was made In the Zion Evan
gelical Lutheran Cemetery, Enola,
Sunday afternoon of the body of the
late Mrs. Robert Fisher, of West Fair
WILL BUILD NEW HOME
J. F. Barnhart, of South Enola,
has purchased a lot on the State Road
from Arthur R. Rupley, of Carlisle,
for S3OO and will break ground for
a handsome new home.
WILL HOLD ORANGE SOCIAL
The Busy Bee Sunday School class
of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran
church, Enola, will hold an orange
social in the parsonage in Altoona
avenue Thursday, February 12.
Columbia's Executive Names Men
Who Will Assist in Adminis
tration of Affairs
Special to The Telegraph
Columbia, Pa., Feb. —Burgess W.
IJetweiler has inaugurated a new
ea ure in the borough government
since he has been Inducted into of
fice, and he has als ocaused it to be
known that he will insist on a vigor
ous enforcement of the ordinances.
In order to keep in touch with the
needs of the borough and the de
named °an he jT ,ness Interests he has
wf'T cabinet of nine
inemners whom he will consult nn
ITess HP E R„ ALNLL ] SR TO THE PUBLLC BUSI "
ness. He has selected men who havp
and busfneq*'if XPer ' ence alon * offlcial
and business lines, and they will serve
John a wi«? ry Capacity ' The "en are
Alfred P %l rman - Edward Bittner.
Aiirea c. Bryner, T. A. Fuif] r> r
W h Zeamer - J - H - °s
wWler Bucher and Horace Det-
Farmers Have Combined to
Increase Price of Tobacco
Special to The Telegraph
Columbia, Pa.. Feb 9 '
200 farmers have become* affiliated '
fhi «s n ::r% n i ztMon to 1,0 *now n a« 1
' ® M e ? Tobacco Growers Com- 1
pany, in this county, and they have
joined issue with R. L. Klmborough j
a promoter, to increase the price of l
h a v« We i e iK!> Mr ' Klmboro »Sh claims to
have 1,452 acres of the 1913 crop
pledged to his plan, which will be
three million pounds of tobacco^'
A packing and storage house has been 1
PARTY ON BIRTHDAY
Mrs. Nelson Snyder, Jr., of West
Fairview, entertained in honor of her
birthday Thursday evening. The
evening was spent in playing games
singing and instrumental music, after
which a delightful luncheon was
served. The following persons were
present: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Hockly, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Dyer Mr
and Mrs. John Yost, Mr. and Mrs Crist
Day, Mr. and Mrs. George Kline, Mrs
Charles Ossman, Jr., Albert Senior
bawrence Fox, W. Peffer, Miss Jane
Snyder, Miss Mary Snyder, Fred Sei
del. Miss Mildred Snyder, Mr. and Mrs.
Nelson Snyder, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Nel
son Snyder, Jr.
SALE rorms 1 * SCHLEISNER'S ~~ )
SALE GOODS Each day a differ
will not be sent on "TIM AI Oil XSTTS. .
approval or 1 UlrtL UflLlLl _ see daily an-
C ° D - Fall and Winter Garments-- "° I
T o-morrow—T uesday
WE PLACE ON SALE DRESSES '
SERGE DRESSES- DANCING FROCKS
of highest grade materials, navy blue only, Smart designs in Pastel shades, low necks,
values $15.00 to <t* Ef ft P* short sleeves, values d* 1 Q Cft
22.50 $25.00 to $37.50 SIO.DU
Chiffon and Lace Dresses— Crepe de Chine Dresses—
Smart dancing frocks, values d» All shades, all sizes in this lot, QC
$18.50 ip/ti/O values $18.50 to $22.50
Velvet and Corduroy Dresses— Crepe de Chine Dresses—
in desirable colors and models, owm n m °" e of a , kind > all correct of the
values $16.50 to *37.50 $7.95
Taffeta Dancing Frocks— Crepe de Chine Dresses—
-I'etching models in new Spring shades, An extensive assortment to select from,
»£5 $12.90 297 . 5 , ° $16.50
Train Evening Gowns
All Avhite, all black and light shades,
values $31.50 to <tl Q C A
WEDNESDAY---The Waist Department
\\ ill .offer some wonderful values in Blouses.
28-30 and 32 North Third Street
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