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Cumberland Valley Railroad
In Effect November <lO. 1911
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FRIDAY EVENING," HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH FEBRUARY 20,1914.
BUTTLE ON LIQUOR
Church Council Committee on
Temperance Could Enlist
Special to The Teletraph
Philadelphia, Dec. 20. —United and
simultaneous action on the part of
thirty Protestant denominations in an
assault upon the liquor traffic was out
lined at a meeting of a group of tem
perance workers yesterday who held
an all-day conference in the Reformed
Church building. Fifteenth Raee
streets. They were the members of
the executive committee on temper
ance of the Federatd Council of the
Churches of Christ now engaged in a
propaganda for Christian unity.
Pulpits that have been silent or
apathetic on the liquor question will
be asked to discuss the liquor evil, a
pledge-signing campaign and greater
attention to the temperance question
will be inaugurated among Sunday
schools, while literature, in the lan
guage of all the peoples who have
come to these shores, will bo spread
broadcast. In short, it is intended to
stir enthusiasm among the more than
16,000,000 members of these thirty de
nominations and to try and get all of
the 20,000,000 boys and girls anjl
young people who attend Sunday
school in these federated churches to
take a total abstinence pledge.
The poster is to be the flamboyant
and picturesque feature of the nation
wide campaign. The Slav, the Hun
garian, the Italian, the Spaniard, the
Frenchman, the Norwegian, the Dane,
the Greek—all men and women of
foreign birth—will find short appeals
or trenchant sentences flaring from
billboards and store windows printed
in their own tongue.
MEIICERSBI'RG MAV NOT HAVE
LICENSED DRINKING PLACE
Chambersburg, Pa., Feb* 20.—C. W.
McLoughlin, proprietor of the Mercer
House, at Mereersburg, Pa., caused a
stir In license court here yesterday
when he asked that he be permitted to
withdraw his application for a license.
The application was withdrawn be
cause he had but twelve signers, and
I one of these, G. W. Bryson, had not
i resided in Mereersburg the length of
time required by law.
TJie Mansion House, the only other
hotel in Mereersburg, also had but
twelve signers, and one of these was
Bryson. The probability is that this
license will be refused.
This will make Mereersburg, the
home of tho Mereersburg Academy, a
NO PICTURES MISSING
London, Feb. 20.—Officials of the
British Museum said to-day that no
pictures were musing from that insti
tution. This announcement was made
in reply to inquiries as to the authen
ticity of the report from Paris that
canvases of great value had been
stolen from the museum by a band of
international art thieves.
TO HOLD FOOD SALE
The Luoknow Missionary Society of
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church
will hold a food sale in a vacant store
room at North and Second streets be
ginning at noon to-morrow.
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It is equally successful not only in
rheumatism, but also In gout, lumbago
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see the difference in 48 hours.
The Tennel treatment, consisting of
a bottle of Tennel at SI.OO, and a box of
Tennel Capsules at 50c, is sold under
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I Dance of /. T. B. Club
Last Night at Hanshaw's
' Among the dancers last evening at
a midwinter bait held at Hanshaw's
Hall were Miss Esther Gross, Miss Eva
Selhelmer, Miss Marie Shaffer. Miss
Goldie Lichtenberger, Miss Pauline
Hauck, Miss Marie Daugherty, Miss
Ethel Llitz, Miss Sweeney. Miss Etta
Kline, Miss Florence Rohrer, Miss
Ruth Eicholtss, Miss Bess Meek, Miss
Mabel Taggart, Miss Marie C. I-loltz
man, Miss Marguerite Yaple, Miss
Mary Weiger, Miss Bessie Raysor, Miss
Anna Gamber, Miss Martha Zimmer
man, Miss B. Royser, Miss Frances
i Dasher, Miss Sarah Allen, Miss Edythe
Stuart, Miss Bertha Templar, Miss
1 Mary Shaub, Miss Mary Meek, Miss
Miriam Beck. Miss Anne Barr, Mies
Elizabeth Killinger, Miss Mildred Van
Ormer, Misa Ruth Williams. Miss
Miriam Johnson, Miss Cecilia Mounts,
1 Miss Ruth Hilton, Miss Esther Wen
rick. Miss Mabel Moore. Miss Ruth
Gorkes, Miss Mabel Wilbar, Miss Vera
1 van Horn, Miss Kathryn Burkholder,
Miss Sarah Conklin, Miss Rachel
Klino. Miss Marie Kramer, Miss Portia
Sadler and Miss Helen Farmer, Wil
i Ham Kirby, Ray Heffleftnger, Harry
Long, Mick Windsor, F. Bumgardner,
Lawrence McLaughlin, Roy Brubaker,
J. Herbert Gromley. C. Stewart Snod
dy. Merle Harris, William Hoover,
William Marks, Rodney Miller, Clem
Glaser, Max Compton, Merle Beach,
L. W. Wanbaugh, Charles McCall,
Howard Anderson. J. Maurice Gorm
ley, Merle E. Lehmer, .Toe Vonhauser,
E. K. Espenshade, Claude Robins,
Raymond Parker, H. M. Loper, Merlin
Crawford, Joseph Charles, Paul Rex
roth, Arthur Flower, Ed. Foster, Rich
ard Heagy, William Peters, John Tay
lor. Cy Hecker, Nat L. Cohen, John
McManamy, G. W. King, C. C. Web
ster, John Lutz and Harold Cooper.
Earl Burtnett played and on the
committee of arrangements were Miss
Ruth Hilton, Miss Cecilia Mountz, Miss
Florence Rohrer, Miss Mabel Moore,
Miss Olive Singley. Miss Miriam John
son and Miss Ruth Williams.
The chaperons were Mrs. H. Wind
sor, Mrs. U. E. Williams. Mrs. M.
McLaughlin, Mrs. Mountz, Mrs. Spang
ler and Mrs. Bumgardner.
Lodge Members Enjoy
Members of Peace and Plenty lodge,
251, L. A, to B. R. T., were enter
tained at a. sauerkraut supper by the
secretary, Miss Blanche Donnelly, last
evening. The emblem of the organiza
tion, with red, white and green rib
bons, formed the centerpiece of the
In attendance were Councellor Jo
seph Selway, Mrs. Annie Selwav, Mrs.
Blanche Kirk, Mrs. Blanche Donnelly,
Mrs. Matilda Seitz, Mrs. Emma Delhi,
Mrs. Jennie Walters, Mrs. Jennie
Flicklnger, Mrs. Ella Heckert, Mrs.
Alice Kulp, Mrs. Carrie Mulligan, Mrs.
Florence McComas, Mrs. Bessie Pres
ton, Mrs. Margaret Leedy. Mrs. Emma
Smeltzer, Mrs. Anna Bell Miles and
Miss Ethel Miles.
TWO HURT IX ICY STREETS
1 wo more victims of icy pavements
were treated at* the Harrisburg Hos
pital this morning. One was a woman
i$ i years old, who broke her wrist in a
fall near her home. She is Mrs. Marv
Campbell, of 2117 Greenwood street
Charles Drum, of Pittsburgh, fell in
Market street this morning and in
jured his right ankle. He has a pos
sible fracture of the ankle.
MRS. MYERS HAD BAD FALL
Mrs. Helen M. Myers, of Pitts
burgh, for many years a resident of
™ ty and a Prominent worker in
the Pine Street Presbyterian church,
tell recently and broke her thigh. Mrs.
Myers, who is recovering slowlv, is
residing with her daughter, Mrs. Wil
£W en . at 6215 Pifth avenue,
HOLD BAKE SALE
The Adult Bible class of the Luth
eran Church of the Redeemer will
hold a bake sale at the Hill market
baturday afternoon and evening.
■MARRIED AT HAGERSTOWX
Special to The Telegraph
Hagerstown, Md„ Feß. 20 Miss
Lillian Piatt and Sylvan O. Mundorff,
both of Harrisburg, were married yes
terday morning at 10.45 o'clock at the
A?ft S i? n |f? Washington Square
Methodist Episcopal Church here by
the pastor, the Rev. E. C. Powers.
Mrs. Utomas F. McCoy, of Lewis
town attended the installation of Dr
Mudge as pastor of the Pino Streeet
Presbyterian church last evening a„ d
Front street re ' atiVeS at 1 South
PARTY THIS~ EVENING
£ nd J£™* A L - Knight, of 2209
North Fourth street, will entertain this
evening in honor of Miss Anna Wills
of Duncannon. and Miss Edna Ross
man and Miss Elsie Diem, of Lanc"-
Mrs. George B. Kunkel, of Locust
street, is visiting Mrs. James I. Cham
berlin in Washington, D. C. '
Mr. and Mrs. George F." Hastings
have gone homo to Phlidalephia after
friends th ® CHy a,non » old
Edward Goodwllie, of Pittsburgh,
will be among the guests at the as
sembly to-night in Masonic hall.
Mrs. Lawrence Bowman, of 1434
Swatara street, was hostess for the
A. S. W Embroidery club yesterday
MRS. MYERS ENTERTAINS
SUNDAY NCUOOI, CLASS
Mis. Alvin Myers, of 1207 Green
street, entertained her Sunday school
class, of the Second Reformed "Church
at her home The decorations were sug-'
gesthe of Washington's Birthday, and
Sw? ised cherries hatchets and little
flagrs.» Games, music and refreshments
were injoved by the Misses Marv Hut
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lescure of
414 South Thirteenth street, cele
brated the 25th anniversary of their
marriage, informally at their home
Miss Charlotte Ashenfelter, of
Fifth and Market streets, is visiting
In Philadelphia and New York.
Mrs. F. H. Garverich, of 1804 State
street, was hostess for the Cerise Em
broidery club yesterday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Miller, of 1532
Green street, announce the birth of a
son, Henry M. Miller, Thursday, Febru
ary 12, 1914.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaitins Edward Croll, of
Brooklyn, formor Harrisburgers, an
nouncei tho birth of a son, Philip Reed
Croll, Thursday, February 19, 1914.
[Other Pergonals on Page B.]
Bridge Is Given by
Mrs. Robert Hunt Lyon
Quests of Mrs. Robert Hunt
225 South Thirteenth street, yester
day afternoon played bridge, amid
decorations of roses, narcissus und
In tlie party were Mrs. Howard M.
Haines, Mrs. Charles A. Uttley, Miss
Edith Troup, Mrs. H. E. Stover, Mrs.
Martindale Ward, Mrs. Frank Webb.
Mrs. Augustus Lutz, Mrs. Robert
Kenow-, Miss Margaret Swiler, Miss
Julia Swiler, Mrs. William Tliompsoh,
Mrs. "William Edward Hlldebrand,
Miss Ruth Lloyd, Miss Barbara Lloyd,
Mrs. Murray Dick, Mrs. Coover Eber
ly, Mrs. Oeorge E. Lloyd, all of Me
chanicsburg; Mrs. Augustus Squires,
of Reading, and Mrs. Walter Stuart,
Child Violinist to Play
For Firemen's Benefit
Miss Lillian Miller, who became
prominent several years ago at the
age of 6, when she first started her
career as a violinist, will play Thurs
day evening, February 26, at the band
program given by the famous Tyrrell
Military Band of Lebanon at the Tech
nical high school auditorium for the
benefit of the Allison Hook and Lad
der Company. Miss Miller Is a pupil
of Miss Sara Lemer, of this city, who
is developing her musical genius
MRS. KINCH RECEIVES
RARE PLANT FROM FLORIDA
Mrs. H. Guy Kinch received a box
of roses and plants this week from
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Daugherty,
of St. Cloud, Florida, former residents
of this city, who have been living In
the South the past four years. Mr.
and Mrs. Kinch visited St. Cloud re
cently and were delighted with the
climate and progress In the so-called
"Wonder City of the South," which
until five years ago was only a forest,
but is now a thriving city, having its
own electric light plant and ice manu
facturing plant beside other industries.
February is called the month of
flowers In Florida and among the
beautiful specimens received is an air
plant, similar in appearance to a pine
apple top, which grows on the fences
and porch posts anil all places where
it can be hung, as it depends en
tirely on the air and warm rains for
its life. It Is in bloom, the deep pink
flower resembling the long steam of
the northern gladiolia.
MRS. YOST IS HOSTESS
FOR EMBROIDERY OLUB
Mrs. J. F. Yost entertained the
members of the Marguerite Embroid
ery Club Wednesday afternoon at her
home. 615 Dauphin street, with music.
Mrs. Ross Dyer presided at the piano.
Those present were Mrs. Charles Oss
man. Jr.. Mrs. P. T. Smith, Mrs. Sam
uel Ilockley, Mrs. George Kline, Mrs.
Milton Hopple, Mrs. Kelson Snyder,
Mrs. C. H. Day, Mrs. Ross Dyer and
Mrs. J. F. Yost.
A party was given last night in honor
of James Fishel and IJoyd Shearer at
their home. 1621 Pulton street. Tha
evening was spent in playing games.
Refreshments were served to the fol
lowing: Alma Bonawitz, Catherine Mil
ler. Mary Rolinskey, Blanche Dotter,
Ruth Potteiger, Loretta McFadden,
Helen McFadden. Mary McFadden.
Bertha Kailor, Bertha Beck, Ruth
Smith, Mary McFalls, Margie Davis,
Pauline Wall, Caroline Shearer, Vergie
Shearer. Alma Shearer, Herbert Hess,
Frank Coyzoll, Harry Hippie. John
Moyer. Roy Himmelright, Joe Kelley,
Roy Barr, L E. Showalter, A. Miller.
Walter Dotter, Earl Foultz, Robert
Hoffman, Charles Smith. John Smith,
I A. Meredith, James Fishel. Lloyd Shear
| er, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hess, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Shearer.
SPEAKS AT HERSHEV
j Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones, president
|of the Central Pennsylvania Woman
; Suffrage Association, addressed 400
Kirls at a meeting held at the Hershey
Chocolate Factory, at Hershey, yester
Mrs. Jones was asked to give the girls
a talk and she told them of the progress
of the suffrage movement. The talk
was given at the noon hour in the girls'
lunch room of the plant.
The marriage of Miss Lillian Esther
Huber, of Vine street, to John W. Bless
ing. of this city, was solemnized yes
terday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at the
parsonage of the Reformed Salem
Church, the Rev. Dr. Ellis N. Kremer.
The bride wore a brown traveling
suit with velvet hat and corsage bou
quet of violets. Mr. and Mrs. Blessing
will make their hame at 128 Vine street.
LUCKNOW MISSIONARY BAND'S
FOOD SALE ON SATURDAY
The Lucknow Missionary Society of
the Grace Methodist Church will hold
a food sale Saturday in the store room
of the McKee building. Second and
North streets. Everybody who knows
what good cooks these ladies are. will
hasten to the sale as soon after 10
o'clock as they can get there.
There will be all sorts of pies, cakes,
bread and rolls, meat loaves, croquets!
pressed and jellied meats, candies, des
serts, and everything the housewife
wishes to augment her regular mar
VISITING DR. GUN SAI'L
Miss Reba Low, of Carlisle, who is
visiting Dr. Irmine Gunsaul of Mar- j
ket street, was guest of honor at an!
informal party at the Orpheum. The
party included Miss Low. Dr. Gunsaul,
Dr. Galen Hain and E. R. Heisy.
Miss Esther Long, of Columbia, su
pervisor of music in the schools, will
spend the week-end with Dr. Gunsaul.
EnJ M That
I Eczema Misery
Stop All That Awful Itching and Burn
ing Instantly by Using This
Bemarkable Skin Bemedy
Oat a 2Bc Bottle Today and Prove It.
ZEMO Is really a new wondor—a clean,
•ntlaeptlo liquid that Is cuarantead to stop
Itching and that has
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and over. Eczema
'MmI where this remark-
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ZEMO is sold and guaranteed by drug.
gists everywhere, arid in Harrisburg by
Golden Seal Drug Store, E. Z. Gross
Kennedy's Medicine Store, Croll Keller.
W. T. Thompson, C. M Forney- T
Prowell, Steelton, Pa.
"For two cents I'd" —the bully's
lowest price; "'Tain't worth two
cents"—the synonym for contempt
uous cheapness; less than the tip
to the humblest menial; the cost
of carrying a single letter; that is
the price of the best newspaper in
Philadelphia. Yet some people
think it too much
STUDENTS TAKE SLEIGIIHIDE
OA'ER TO MECHANICSBURG
Among the sleighing parties of this
week was one given by the girls' var
sity team of the Central high school.
The young folks had an unusually
merry time speeding over the snow
covered roads and a most inviting
oyster supper was served at their ar
rival at Givler's restaurant In
The party included: Miss Luan
Shaffer, Miss Wilhelmina Shaffer, Miss
Helen Rauch, Miss Margaret Vellder,
Miss Lillian Kamsky, Miss Helen
Hampton, Miss Marion Taylor, Miss
Florence Gates; chaperons, Miss Edna
Bowers, Harry Dolby and Mrs. Harry
Dolby. Messrs. Harold Buck, Earl By
rem, Denis Cocltlin, Robert Willough
by, Mr. Davenport, Sampel Longe
necker, Harry Willoughby, Merle Har
ris, Donald Aldinger and Paul Faunce.
MERCHANTS TAKE NOTICE
On Monday, February 23, all Na
tional Cash Registers selling for less
than SIOO, will be advanced so.oo. All
Registers selling for SIOO and over
will be advanced $lO In price. Place
your order before Monday, 23rd, at
old prices. N. R. Black, Sales Agent,
No. 105 Market street. Both tele
OF EMBROIDERY GUILD
The Embroidery Guild of St. An
drew's Episcopal Church has sent out
poetical invitations for a Washington
celebration, at the chapel on Saturday
evening February 21, with a program
of contests, games, music, dancing and
refreshments. Guests are requested to
bring as many "common cents" as the
day of their birth equals. So con
tributions of from one cent to thirty
one will be received.
MACON. GA.. CHILD
Made Strong and Well by Vinol.
When we tell you that Vinol is the
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making weak, puny, ailing children
strong, robust and rosy we are only
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J. L. Fickling, Macon, Ga., says;
"My child was very thin and delicate,
no appetite, nervous, and did not
sleep well. Doctors did not help her.
Vinol was recommended and the
change after a fair trial was wonder
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a splendid appetite and has gained in
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what Vinol will do for delicate chil
What Vinol did for this little girl
it will do for every weak and ailing
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the strengthening cod liver elements
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up quickly and gives them a fine,
healthy color. It is pleasant to take
and we guarantee that the results will
satisfy you—money back if they do
not. George A. Gorgas, druggist, Har
risburg, Pa. Vinol is sold in Steelton
by T. Prowell.
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EIiOPING MINISTER ARRESTED
By Associated Press
Toronto, Ont., Feb. 20.—Tho Rev.
James T. W. Williams, formerly a pas
tor of the Congregational Church in
New Castle, Pa., was locked in jail
here to-day after his arrest yesterday
in company with Mrs. Oeorge Thomas.
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The 'woman was placed In the custody
of her husband, who followed th« pair
from Pennsylvania and caused their
arrest, alleging that they eloped.
For gold Is tried In the fire,
and acceptable men in the fur
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