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Ladies Who Will Manage Firemen's Big Festival
Mr*. Ednard llnohman Ml** Catharine Snarti Mim Verna Shraffrr
(irnrral Chairman Drcoratlon* Chairman Musip Chairman
WEST SHORE NEWS j
Entertainment For Enola
Company to Pay Expense
of New Cement Pavement
Enola, Pa.. June 23.—Enola Fire
company, No. 1, will hold a special
meeting in the hosenouse in Altoona
avenue to complete the arrangements
for the big ice cream festival to be
given on the lawn Friday and Satur
day evenings, June 26 and 27, to pay
the expenses of the new pavement
recently completed. They have elected
Mrs. Edward N. Bach man, general
chairman; Miss Verna Sheaffer, chair
man of the music; assistants, Miss
Catharine Arnold, Miss Esther Neidig,
Miss Sara Lackey and Miss Salina Yo
cum; chairman of soliciting and deco
ration, Miss Catharine Swartz; assist
ants, Miss Mary Strickner, Anna Kess
ler, Mary Lutz, Edna Shinton, Gladys
Jlumma, Florence Wynn, Verna Stone,
in Woman's Life
All human experience looks back to
motherhood as tha wonder of wonders.
The patience, the fortitude, the sublime
faith during the period of expectancy are
second only to the mother love bestowed
upon the most helpless but most marvel
ous creation—a baby.
Women are quick to learn from each
other those helpful agencies that aid to
comfort, that conserve their nervous
energy and yet aio perfectly safe to use
and among these they recommend
It is entirely an external application
designed to lubricate the broad, flat
muscles and skin that protect the
abdomen. It has been in favorable use
for nearly half a century and is known
to mothers in almost every settled com
munity in the United States who highly
recommend it. You will find it on salo
In drug stores. "Mother's Friend" is
utterly harmless, contains no deadening
drugs and yet its influence in the skin
and muscles beneath as also upon tha
network of nerves beneath the skin is
very beneficial, very soothing and a
wonderful help. The muscles expand
naturally and are not subjected to unnec
essary surface strain and pain.
Get a bottle of "Mother's Friend" to
day at any drug store and write to us
for our instructive little book to mothers.
Address Bradfield Regulator Co.j 413
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Beulah Shell, Mary Crawford, Har
riet Stees and Gettie Lutz.
The company will award a number
of prizes as follows. To the lady col
lecting the most cakes, a manicuring
set; guessing contest for boys and
girls, box of candy; tic" et contest for
boys selling the largest number of
tickets, baseball, bat and glove. The
young ladies held a taffy pull in the
fire engineliouse on Tuesday after
DEATH OF INFANT
New Cumberland, Pa., June 23. —
Anna Komaine, infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles James, died yes
terday of brain fever. Funeral serv
ices will be held on Wednesday after
noon from the home of the parents
in Fourth street, in charge of the Rev.
B. D. Rojohn, pastor of Trinity United
FELL FROM LADDER
Marysville, Pa., June 23.—Mrs. C.
R. Johnston, Valley street, is in a seri
ous condition from injuries suffered
when she fell off a ladder, while pick
ing cherries. No bones were broken
in the fall.
June Wedding Ceremonies
in Central Pennsylvania
Sunbury, Pa., June 23. Ammon
Arter, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Arter,
Sunbury, and Miss Beatrice Vander
sluth, Warren, Pa., were married yes
terday. The groom is a graduate of
the Sunbury high school and Bow
man's Technical School, Lancaster.
Marietta.—Announcement has been
made of the engagement of Miss Mary
K. Hiestanrt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Christian B. Hiestand, of Mount Joy,
and Reuel D. Shaub. The weddinf,
will take place on the afternoon of
July 5 at the home of the bride and
will be an elaborate affair.
Gap.—Miss Nellie M. Stokes, of this
place, was married yesterday to Ira J.
Buckwalter, of Christiana, by the Rev.
Joseph L. Gensemer, pastor of
St. Paul's Methodist Church, Lancas
ter. The couple will reside in Lan
WEDDING AT MECHANICSBURG
Mechnnicsburg, Pa., June 23.
Miss Mary C. Howe, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Howe, West Coover
street, and H. Frank Hare, of Church
town, were quietly married this rtiorn
ing at 11 o'clock at the First United
Brethren parsonage by the pastor, the
Rev. E. C. B. Castle. The couple were
attended by Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Lauver, of Harrisburg, the latter a
sister of the bride. Following a hon
eymoon trip to Philadelphia and At
lantic City, Mr. and Mrs. Hare will
be "at home" in Mechanicsburg after
September 1. The bride has been a
teacher for several years in the public
schools in this place, and is actively
interested in church work. Mr. Hare is
principal of the grammar school in
HOW FRENCH PEOPLE
CURE STOMACH TROUBLE
A household remedy of the French
peasantry, consisting of pure vegetable
oil, and said to possess wonderful
merit in the treatment of stomach,
liver and intestinal troubles, has been j
Introduced in this country by George
H. Mayr, who for twenty years has
been one of the leading down town
druggists of Chicago and who himself
was cured by its use. So quick and
effective is its action that a single dose
is usually enough to bring pronounced
relief in the most stubborn cases, and
many people who have tried it declare
they never heard of anything to pro
duce such remarkable results in so
short a time. It is known as Mayr'a
Wonderful Stomach Remedy and can
now be had at almost any drug store.
It is now sold here by George A. Gor
gas and all other druggists.—Adver
t — ——————
100 Suits For Men Left i
From Saturdays Sale
The 240 suits on sale Saturday and Monday
still leaves us with 100 suits in round numbers. The ,
will be great picking for men who have waited this
long and are entitled to buy suits at reduced prices.
BLUE SERGE SUITS
$15.00 to $20.00, $25.00 to $30.00,
sl3-50 s22™ i
Some of these suits have silk sleeve lining and
some are half silk lined—included in this lot are Fru
FANCY MIXTURE SUITS
$15.00 to $20.00, $25.00 to $30.00,
suits are all from this season's stock,
made by "Fruhauf" and other high-class makers.
28-30 and 32 N. Third St.
G. W. HEFFLEMI
Bondsmen of Herman Long Ap
point Former Official at
New Cumberland, Pa., June 23.
George W. Heffleman was appointed
acting postmaster at New Cumberland
yesterday by the wondsmen, J. W.
Wright and James Davis, and Miss
Ella Long, a daughter of Postmaster
Long, has been retained as assistant.
In January, 1911, Herman Long was
appointed postmaster at New Cumber
land and has since filled the office in
a satisfactory manner. His bondsmen
were J. J. Baughman and Martin
Kaufman. Later, when the postal
savings fund went into effect, J. W.
Wright and James Davis were ap
fund. The latter bondsmen were rec
ognized at Washington, D. C. Mr.
Heffleman was postmaster at New
Cumberfand thirteen years ago, has
been chief burgess and at the present
time is president of the school board.
Knights of Pythias Will
Dedicate New Castle Hall
Marysville, Pa., June 23.—Beulah
lodge, NO- 269, Knights of Pythias,
will dedicate their handsome new
castle hall on the corner of Lincoln
and Cameron streets on Thursday
evening. Appropriate ceremonies will
The local lodge was formed Novem
ber 3. 1870, with nine members. The
present officers of the lodge are H.
A. A. Sheaffer, chancellor commander;
W. T. White, keeper of records and
seals and J. N. Roush, master of
The program will commertce at the
Pythian castle at 7.30 o'clock. The
Rev. S. L. Flickinger is on the pro
gram for the conservatory prayer.
Following the prayer, the dedicatory
address will be made by D. P. Reese,
At 8.15 o'clock a procession will be
formed, and will move to the Galen
Theater where the program will con
tinue. Scott S. Leiby will make the
address of welcome. J. A. Stees, past
grand commander will deliver an ad
dress on "Golden Jubilee." ,There will
be vocal music by Mrs. F. W. Geib,
Mrs. R. H. Cunningham, Airs. G. H.
Eppley and Miss Chattie Geib.
Recent Deaths in
Shippensburg. Edward Dubbs, a
little son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dubbs,
died at the Philadelphia Hospital.
Funeral took place from the home of
Denver. Mrs. Emerson Rupp, 3 4
years old, died yesterday. Her hus
band, purents, two daughters, two
brothers and three sisters survive.
Mountville. —Mrs. Susan Stong. 57
years old, widow of Henry Stong, died
yesterday from a stroke of apoplexy.
There survive one son and one daugh
Shippensburg. Elizabeth Zern,
daughter of Lunn Zern, died at the
Harrisburg Hospital. The body was
brought here to-day and funeral will
take place from the home of her par
Shippensburg. Florence Noaker
died on Sunday at 2 o'clock. Funeral
will be held Wednesday afternoon.
Columbia.—Mrs. Susan A. Stong. 57
years old, mother of William J. Stong,
proprietor of the Stock Exchange Ho
tel, Mountville, died last night. Mrs.
Claude Seibert, of Orwlgsburg, Schuyl
will county, is a surviving daughter.
Report in Speer Case
Washington, D. C., June 23.—"The
subcommittee regrets its inability to
either recommend a complete acquittal
o£ Judge Speer of all culpability so far
as these charges are concerned on the
one hand, or an impeachment on the
other hand." This was the conclusion
submitted to the House judiciary com
mittee to-day by the special subcom
mittee that for months has been in
vestigating charges of official miscon
duct filed against Emory Speer, of Ma
con, federal Judge for the Southern
District of Georgia. The action of the
entire committee will be necessary.
Complete exoneration of Federal
Judge Emory Speer, of the Southern
District of Georgia, from charges that
led to congressional investigation of
his conduct was recommended in a
RUNAWAY COUPLE HOME AGAIN
Tower City, Pa., June 23.—Miss Ma
rie Doyle and Samuel Reiner quietly
left their homes and eloped on Sunday
night. Early Monday morning Marie
was missed and the constable was sent
after them. The runaway couple were
caught at Loyaltdn and brought home.
FLA RRISBURG TELEGRAPH
International Association of Rotary
Clubs begins business session of an
nual convention at Houston, Texas.
Forty persons reported hurt in elec
tric line collision near Sandusky, Ohio.
Forty-seven unidentified dead from
the wrecked Empress of Ireland
buried in Quebec, i
Site of the old Herald Square Thea
ter, New York, sold for $6,000,000 to
backers of office-building project.
Congressman Moore produces letters
to show cotton industry is suffering
from too much legislation.
Senate foreign relations committee
demands full facts on Colombia and
Supreme Court upholds zone system
of establishing rates by awarding the
government a decision in the inter
mountain case; confirms the title of
transcontinental railroads to oil lands
worth $700,000,000; upholds the valid
ity'of the Benedictine religious vows,
and passes on several minor cases.
Westinghouse strikers use a moving
picture machine to reveal deserters
returning to work.
Oil tank struck by lightning threat
ens Meadow Lands, Washington coun
ty oil town, with destruction.
The Schuylkill county court orders
300 clubs closed for the illegal sale
The primary vote for Congressman
at-large shows the issue is on party
Spanish-American War veterans
open their encampment at Easton.
"Insane Not to Recognize
Labor," Says Wanamaker
Philadelphia, June 23. —"It's an in
sane thing not to recognize organiza
tions of labor," said John Wanamaker
to-day in giving further testimony be
for the United States Commission on
Industrial Relations. He made this
oiatement in reply to a question
whether employers should recognize
labor unions. On the general question
of unionism Mr. Wanamaker said he
believed labor has "suffered frightful
ly" in the past because of poor lead
ers, but added that he is seeing a bet
ter class of leadership coming in.
MRS. MARY A. TAYLOR
Mrs. Mary A. Taylor, aged 68,
widow of the late John Taylor, died
this morning shortly after 5 o'clock
at the home of her son, John A. Tay
lor, 221 Verbeke street. She Is sur
vived by two sons, John A. and An
thony H. Taylor, and four grandchil
dren. Funeral services will be held
Friday morning at 9 o'clock from the
St. Patrick's Cathedral. Burial will
be made in the Mt. Calvary Cemetery.
POISONED BY THE GRIP
The grip is no respecter of persons.
No age or station of life is exempt
from it. The grip is not a fatal dis
ease, but it leaves its victim in such a
debilitated condition that one of our
foremost medical writers has been led
to say, "It is astonishing the number
of people who have been crippled in
health for years after an attack." It
is a common thing to hear people date
various ailments from an attack of
The condition of those who have
had the grip is one that calls for a
tonic for the blood. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills are especially adapted to
meet this need, as they purify and
enrich the blood, tone up the nerves
and give vigor, strength and health
to the debilitated system.
"The grip left me without any
vitality whatever," says one who has
found relief, "and I iost ail appetite
and ambition. I was reduced in
weight and was frequently confined to
bed for two days or more. My friends
thought X was going into consumption.
I owe my recovery to Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills and cheerfully recommend
them." The details of this case and
a chapter on the proper treatment of
the grip and its aftereffects will be
found in the booklet, "Building Up the
Blood," which will be sent free on re
quest by the Dr. Williams Medicine
Co.. Schenectady, N. Y. Advertise
These extraordinary values to clear our
stock of odds and ends.
28-30 and 32 North Third Street d
Every Department Offers a Bargain
50 Crepe de Chine Blouses; blue, One lot Blouses; white, pink;
| green, rose; values $5.95 to $6.50. 1 QC maise, lavender; value $1.95 to $2.49. Q r
Special 1 *t/U Special %/OC
One lot middy Blouses, white, 23 White Dresses; crepe and voile; OC
rjculsr^u?V2s%dal 0 '. U : 79c -W; value up «o $15.00. Special. 95C
50 Ladies' and Misses' Coats, all 20 Dresses; crcpe de chine, wool
new materials, elegant styles; Q challie and taffeta; ladies' and
$18.50 to $25.00. Special at «7.t7U misses' sizes; values $18.50 to QC
, , , $25.00. Special at
15 Dancing crocks, in misses
sizes, soiled; value $22.50. £* O C One Children's Coats, ages 2Q C
Special Oti/O to 4 years; values up to $5.50 o/OC
| Madame i^sSucus^o& Madeline| Italian Silk Bloomers I
Value $2.50, at $1.25 $2.95 value; black, white, pink ... $2.25
Values $3.50 to $4.50, at $2.00 $3.95 value; black, white, pink ... $2.95
Values $5.00 to $6.00, at $2.50 Long Tango Bloomers, lace trimmed, |
Values SB.OO and SIO.OO, at $3.50 crepe de chine; white, pink and corn;
W. B. and C-B Corsets, valued at $1.50, values $5.00 and $5.95. Special, $3.95
at 980 $1.95 value;ltalian Silk Camisoles, at 950 :
McCallum Silk Hose Petticoats
SI.OO values, at 79tf of crepe de chine and messaline, values up to
$1.50 value, at SI.OO $5.00, at $2.49 '
Black, tan, purple, emerald and coral. In all colors. r
Crepe de Chine Negligees
Copenhagen, rose, violet, pink and corn; valued from $12.50 to $18.50, $8.50
"Schleisner's" 28, 30 and 32 N. 3rd St. "Schleisner , s"
Woman Kisses Lion Soon fai*
Special to The Telegraph FINE FEATHERS
After it Killed Fiance Halifax. Pa., June 23. Jonathan
Pottieger fell at his home on Saturday Make fine birds. So fine clothes help
chicgo. AiaLco.. r »-» u m n.v°vxi' n .«=
tillo kissed and fondled the lion which below the knee. " want to appear at your best ba
less than twenty-four hours before had custom-tailored and your clothes will
torn her fiance, Kmerson Dietrich, Jr., 250 QUARTS FROM TREE fit right and conform to the most ap
to Around her, in the Santa Fe box Special to~ Telegraph proved «» "whlon. Let us show you
car, at Sixteenth and Clark streets, Mount Joy, Pa., June 23.—David H. ou ' excellent assortment of fabrics
leaped and played five other young Engle has a cherry tree in the yard of and prove our qualifications to please,
oats, which likewise had tasted yester- his residence In West Main street from George F. Shope, the Hill Tailor, 1241
day of the young Cornell graduate's which he picked 250 quarts of cher- market street
blood. ries, which he sold at 10 cents a quart,
Miss Costillo was crying when she thus realizing s2;> for this year a crop. CHARACTER
entered the box car cage. At her side ■ ■ *__
the lion that led the attack on Diet- ———————————————————— Is t j, e measure of the mftn but a
rich squatted on the ground shaking How To Banish tailor's measure of a man fits him
his head to and fro. On his yellow tit • 1 i •i i .., ~ . _ . .
sides were still visible the blood stains Wrinkles Quickly wth the clothing best suited to roaka
and a vicious scratch was across his _________________ a good man appear at his best. Our
nose. Miss Costillo, with a cloth, be- If y our f ace f S dlflgured with specialty Is catering to "men who
gan washing 1 eddy s side. Phen ap- wrinkles, no matter what the cause, care " There is a feelln e of certaintv
parently overcome she threw her arms you can quickly dispel every line evpn , h t e . well-dressed when ha
around the lion and cried against his Slmm. gMrt?*l7 Simms!
face. He blinked at her, reaching out de ou ™ a e sh of l 'pSwd.r.l JwolSte 22 North Fourth street.
™ J J .. in a half pint witch hazel—inexpensive
Teddy, Teddy, the lion woman ingredients found in any drugstore, 4 waist®
cried, "You killed him. How could you Bathe the face in this, and—presto!— *
kill him?" you scarcely believe your own eyes
"What nrp von iroinir to do with when you look into your mirror and And other Japanese articles lnnumer
l.ir,, fiain9" mi b » ,'r,« behold the marvelous transformation! able, such as long crepe kimonos and
Teddy—have him slain. Miss Cos- The rcnlar k ab ie astringent action of kimonos for babies, embroidered slip
tillo was asked. the saxolite so tightens the skin, Q... beads hand embroidered fans
"No," she answered, tightening her wrinkles are Merrily pressed out. Best jewe 'j cases ' cushlons and the manj ;
heTs a n r ot Un dange e rou ma rn n kiss him" Porar'y, al S °o Ulth- Quaint and artistically designed ar,
he is not dangerous, iii KISS mm. ful ton , c action which tends to tides from Japan. All so distinctively
She placed her lips against Teddy r, strengthen and tone up the weakened different from the average that the
and, opening* his mouth, placed her tissue, and added benefit may be ex- difference appeals to all who see them,
hand inside. pected with continued use. Use this Mrs _ lda Cranston, 204 Locust street
Miss Costillo then brought out the once a day for awhile: it cannot in
other pets, all smaller than Teddy. "SMSo" om
She put her aims around each ot them ffuess( . B the secret of your increasing Trxr TVlpcrranVi \A7artt AHk
and kissed them. youthful appearance. J-ry 1 Clcgr3,pn Wdui /^US.
J i i i ■ 1
I THE EGG-LAYING CONTEST j
Proves That It Pays to Feed, All the Year Around, "Lay or Bust"
Dry Mash and Eaton's Famous Climax Grain Mixture-
The Two Best Feeds-Positive Bgg Makers
Tou keep poultry for the eggs they lay—they eat in summer as well as winter so It is just as necessary to H
get eggs in summer as winter to keep your hens making profit for you. ;i
EATON'S FAMOUS CI,I.MAX GRAIN MIXTURE is the best scratch feed, made of pure grains only, of best ■
duality, properly balanced—it Is the most economical feed to buy. i«i
"I,AY OR MUST" DRY MASH Is the best dry mash and hundreds of poultrymen have proven its value as ■
a positive egg producer. i
Read What These in the Coitest Say About These Feeds: \
Clyde S Heckert (Winner of Fourth Prize, Pens of S. B. Gordon (Winner of First Prize, Pens of Six)
Six! says: "This pen produced 574 eggs, market says: "My pen of six laid 703 eggs in six months,
value $14.25; cost of feed consumed $6.50; net profit, value $17.07; actual cost of feed $8.00; profit, $8.57.
$7 75 lam very much pleased with the results ob- Each hen produced an average of 117 1-6 eggs during
taine'd from these feeds. They keep the birds In the Bix months, which Is certainly all the rei-ommen
eood health, induce a quick molt with some egg ptu- datlon needed for Lay or Bust Mash and Eaton's Con
duction through the molt, and most important ot all, ma* Grain Mixture. Eggs from this pen were used
thev oroduce the largest number of eggs at the least for hatching, producing 80 per cent, to 95 per cent,
nossible cost" hatches. My hens at present are in perfect physical
p , shape, which proves that these feeds are properly bal-
G. E. Brown (Winner of First Prize, Pens of anced." They make eggs come continually without H
Twelve) says: "I was one of the first to use Lay or forcing.
Bust Dry Mash, having used it for four or five years,
and I have never found its equal In producing results. Marcus I). Hoeraer (Winner of Second Prize. Pens rji
Eaton's Climax 'Scratch Feed is the most reliable f g . v ... . tarted fp» dini , to this I
scratch feed 1 have ever used." Mr. Brown's 12 hens OI B1 ' started reeding tnese reeds to tnis M
laid 1 437 eggs In six months. Pen of young pullets five days before the contest Bj
Mm. W. R. HnpkenMos.l (Winner of First Prize, Pens ® tart ° d a " d „ e,e y on daya Rafter they began laying. g
of Twenty) says: "X think these two feeds are the finishing the six months with 601 eggs. The feeds ffl
best egg producing feeds on the market and they are the best egg producers X ever used."
mean a full egg basket all the year round." (Mrs,
Backenstoss has a Barred Rock pullet hatched Janu- E. F. Ilrrnt (Winner of Third Prise. Pens of Six) W
Sary 20th; this year, fed on these two feeds since 3 aavs* "I think I.av or Tlimt Drv Mpuh nnH E
months old. and It hegan laying June 13, last Satur- ® aya ' * , nK \? y or , HU " ury " a ' h . and Eaton *
day. She calls It "Famous, after the name of the Grain Mixture make a splendid combination. It would
feed, Eaton's Famous Climax Grain Mixture.) be hard to find a grain mixture equal to Eaton's.
Wo deliver the feed anywhere, call, phone, or write.
I.ay or Hunt Dry Mash—lo lbs., 30 cta.l 26 lbs., 75 ct».> 60 lbs., fl.2R| 100 lbs., 92.50.
Eaton's Climax Grain Mixture —10 lbs., 30 cta.l 25 lbs. 65 cta.i 50 lbs., Cl.lß| 100 lbs.,
SCHELL'S SEED STORE
EVERYTHING FOR POULTRY
1307-1309 Market Street AUTO DELIVERY
JUNE 23. 1914.