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WftIGHTSVILLE ASKS FREE MAIL SERVICE Mass Meeting of Citizens Held to Protest Against Discontinu ance of Delivery Special »• Che Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Jan. 23.—Chief Bur gess Ralph P. Wilton presided at a mass meeting In Wrightsvllle last night, at which the citizens protested against the discontinuance of free mail delivery in the borough, whloh was obtained for them through the efforts of ex-Congressman D. F. La fean. They started a petition, which will be signed by every person to whom mail has been served, and this will be sent by a special messenger to Washington. The citizens also de ended to ask Senator Penrose, Con gressman Brodbeck and others to In tercede for the continuance of the ser vice. CRUSHED UNDER DOORS Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Jan. 23. Edward Arnold, clerk in Weigel's pure food sore, was crushed between two heavy doors which dropped on him as lie was entering the cellar and knocked him to the ground below. It was at first thought his back was broken, but an examination disclosed a badly Bwollen head and bruised body as the worst injuries sustained. IF FEET ACHE, BURN, PUFF UP Can't beat "TIZ" for sore, tired, sweaty, calloused feet or corns. X&j m " Surel i "*<> nz* v eyery timo for any You can be happy-footed just liko me. Use "TIZ" and never suffer with tender, raw, burning, blistered, swol len. tired, smelly feet. "TIZ" and only "TIZ" takes the pain and soreness out of corns, callouses and bunions. As soon as you put your feet in a "TIZ" bath, you just feel the happi ness soaking in. How good your poor, old feet feel. They want to dance lor joy. "TIZ" is grand. "TIZ" in- Btantly draws out all the poisonous ex udations which puff up your feet and cause sore, inflamed, aching, sweaty, smelly feet. Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ", at any drug store or department store. Get Instant foot relief. Laugh at foot suf ferers who complain. Because your feet are never, never going to bother or make you limp any more.—Adver tisement. LADIES! SECRET 10 DARKEN GRAY HAIR Bring back color, gloss and thickness with Grandma's recipe of Sage and Sulphur Common garden sage brewed into a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifUNy dark and lux uriant; remove every bit of dandruff stop scalp itching and falling hair' Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur re cipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way is to get the ready-to use-tonic, costing about 50 cents a large bottle, at drug stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy,"- thus avoiding a lot of muss. While wispy, gray, faded hair is not sinful, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractive ness. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one can tell, because it does it so naturally, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a .time; by morn ing all gray hairs have disappeared. After another application or two your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant and you ap pear years younger.—Advertisement. AMUSEMENTS \ 810 SHOW TO-DAY AT THE VICTORIA THEATER TO-DAY ACROSS THE CONTINENT, 4 Act*, and the Regular Program. ADMISSION 5c MAJESTIC THEATER * """ IL TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW Matinee and Night ROWLAND & CLIFFORD OFFER WM. ANTHONY McGUIRE'S PLAY THE DIVORCE QUESTION A Play that hns formed the outline for more iicrinona than any play pro duced years. Popular Price*. Mat., 25c, 50c. E2ve., 25c t 50c, MONDAY, JANUARY 26, MATINEE AND NIGHT KIBBLE AND MARTIN'S UNCLE TOM'S CABIN THE GREATEST PRODUCTION OF UNCLE TOM EVER PRODUCED PDIf I7C MATINEE I Adults, 25 c) Children, 10c. 1 EVENING! 10c, 20c-, 30c, 50c. A SHOW WITHOUT WIGGLES _ BUT PIiESTY OP GIGGLES g* 1 Q| bt« wui i. nnit h at country utorc John & Emma Ray A THE S PWCE SHOW for —iw— "o. the Rio Grande" A PRESE B N A T By FOR THE ' V ,/ " ••• • - . • \ - ' ' % ' ■ 'y V . -# • '■ - ' . : • •'-•'.VV' " • •• • FRIDAY EVENING, HAHRISBURG TELEGRAPH JANUARY 23, 1914. Program For Teachers' Institute at Berrysburg Special to The Telegraph Berrysburg, Pa., Jan. 23.—A local Institute of the Eighth district, com prising Berrysburg, Gratz and Union town boroughs, and Lykens, Mifflin and Washington townships, will be held here to-morrow. H. E. Kllnger, is president, and Beul&h M. Keboch, secretary. At the afternoon session there will be devotional exercises by the Rev. J. K. Hoffman; music, High School; recitation, "A School Day," Marie Hartman: "Primary Reading," Clay ton Willler; 'Language," Gertrude Erdman; address, Professor N. L. Huntslnger; recitation, "Nobody's Child,;' Grace Klinger; "Arithmetic in the Grades," Edwin Bechtel. Evening Session—Music, Band; de votional exercises, by the Rev. S. J. Derr; chorus "The Carnavale," by Rossini, Choral. Society; recitation, "Pointer's Dyspeptic Goat," Miles Motter; address. Professor F. E. Shambaugh, principal of the Wico nisco school; chorus, "The Breaking of the Day," Choral Society; recita tion, "Burdock's Music Box," Hattie Wise; chorus, "O Columbia, We Hail Thee," by Donizetti, Choral Society. DINNER FOR WORKINGWOMEN Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., Jan. 23. Two hundred workingwomen of town en joyed a palatable luncheon served by the women of the Lutheran Church on Wednesday in the basement of the church from 11.30 a. m. to 2 p. m. The luncheon consisted of cold ham, creamed potatoes, cold slaw, ice cream, cake and coffee. Yesterday the women of the Methodist Episcopal Church gave a dinner to the working women in the basement of the Lu theran Church, while to-day and to morrow other churches of town will furnish dinner to' the workingwomen. Victrola music will be furnished dur ing the dining hours. COLUMBIA PHYSICIANS BANQUET Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Jan. 23.—The Co lumbia College of Physicians and Sur geons met here last night and par took of a banquet at Hotel Blttner. At the same meeting they also elected officers for the current year. Dr. G. W. Bernthelzel, of Columbia, was cho sen president; Dr. J. H. Musser, of Lampeter, vice-president; Dr. C. P. Stahr, of Lancaster, secretary-treas urer, and Dr. Richard Reeser, of Co lumbia, librarian. MARRIED AT SELINSGROVE Special to The Telegraph Sunbury, Pa., Jan. 23.—William C. Long, of Sunbury, employed as a clerk in the Pennsylvania Railroad offices at Williamsport, and Miss Mary Ethel North, a prominent Selinsgrove lady, wero married at the Episcopal rectory in Selinsgrove yesterday. Recent Deaths in Central Pennsylvania Fairland.—Miss Mary Conrad, the oldest woman in this section of Lan caster county, died yesterday. She was 88 years old. For the past eight years she had been confined to bed. Waynesboro.—Mrs. Susanna Gall, 76 years old, of Highfleld, died yester day. Elm.—Jacob Browsberger, 88 years old, died yesterday. All his life was lived in Penn township, Lancaster county, and in younger life he was a very powerful man. Four children and several grandchildren survive. WHAT SHOULD EAT A I'HYSIL'IAN'S ADVICE "Indigestion and practically all forms of stomach trouble are nine times out of ten, due to acidity; there fore stomach sufferers should, when ever possible, avoid eating food that is acid in its nature, or which by chem ical action in the stomach develop acidity. Unfortunately, such a rule eliminates most foods which are pleas ant to the taste as well as those which are rich in blood, flesh and nerve building properties. This is the rea son why dyspeptics and stomach suf ferers are usually so thin, emaciated and lacking in that vital energy which can only come from a well fed body. For the benefit of those sufferers who have been obliged to exclude from their diet all starchy, sweet or fatty food, and are trying to keep up a miserable existence on gluten products, I would suggest that you should try a meal of any food or foods which you may like, in moderate amount, taking immedi ately afterwards a teaspoonful of bis urated magnesia in a little hot or cold water. This will neutralize any acid which may bo present, or which mav be formed, and instead of the usual feel ing of uneasiness and fullness, you will find that your food agrees with you perfectly. Bisurated magnesia is doubtless the best food corrective and antacid known. It lias no direct action on the stomach; but by neu tralizing the acidity of the food con tents. and thus removing the source of the acid irritation which Inflames the delicate stomach lining, it does more than could nosslbly be done by any drug or medicine. As a physician I believe in the use of medicine when ever necessary, but I must admit that I cannot see the sense of dosing an inflamed and irritated stomach with drugs Instead of getting rid of the acid—the cause of all the trouble. Get a little bisurated magnesia from your druggist, eat want at your next meal take some of the bisurated magnesia as directed above, and see If I'm not right."—Advertisement. AMUSEMENTS Demonstration Against Liquor Licenses at Shamokin Special to The Telegraph Shamokin, Pa., Jan. 28.—Thousands of men, women, boys and girls of this city and vicinity joined last evening in the greatest demonstration against the liquor traffic in the history of Northumberland county and as a re sult of the outpouring there is no longer any question but that the doom of the great evil Is rapidly being seal ed and that rigid restrictions in li censes Is a matter of but a short time. The "Anti-Boose Rally" in the Nicholson - Hemmlnger evangelistic tabernacle was the second one held during the campaign. The W. C. T. U. members carried a white flag with the initials of the organization in purple thereon. Monday license court will convene at which time it is planned to have several thousand persons from all over the county to go to Sunbury and have a demohstratlon, which will include a parade with bands, and a visit to the Masonic Temple where court is held. There are 441 license applica tions. Mifflinburg Young People ' Go Away to Be Married Special to .he Telegraph Mifflinburg, Pa., Jan. 23.—Stealing a march on their friends, Robert H. Snodgrass and Miss Edna Troutman, two of Miffllnburg's prominent young people, quietly took r train for Selins grove, where, at the Reformed par sonage, they were married'by the Rev. John A. Ditzler. After enjoying a brief wedding trip to Baltimore, Md., and other points of interest in that State they returned home, when they in formed their relatives and friends of the facts, and congratulations fol lowed. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Troutman, a graduate of the Mifflinburg high school and one of Miffllnburg's charm ing and highly esteemed young ladies, with a large circle of friends. The groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Snodgrass, who, after grad uating at the Mifflinburg high school, attended Franklin and Marshall Col lege and State College, after which he was engaged in the South for several years as a civil engineer. At present he is clerking in the Mifflinburg Bank. He is one of Mifflinburg's leading young men and at the reorganization I of the new council was appointed city clerk as well as light commissioner. Only One "BROMO QUININE" That Is LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NINE. Look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold In One Day, Cures Grip in Two Days. 26c. —Advertisement. Wedding Cake of 25 Years Ago at Silver Anniversary Special to The Telegraph Marietta, Pa., Jan. 23.—At the sil ver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Hall, of Columbia, the guests at the dinner had the pleasure of seeing the wedding cake of twen ty-five years ago, which was preserved by Mrs. Hall and is in excellent con dition. They were married by the Rev. J. H. Pannebeker, of the Trinity Re formed Church, who is still the pas tor in Columbia. He was among the guests present at the silver celebra tion. Lewistown Man Dies of Blood Poisoning From Corn Special to The Telegraph Lewistown, Pa., Jan. 23. Robert Yeatter died at his home here from the effects of cutting a corn. In No vember last Mr. Yeatter. suffered much from the corn and used some remedy to remove it. Anally cutting it out with a knife. The foot became highly in flamed a few days later and gangrene developed, confining him to his bed for some time and finally causing his death. He was about 62 years old. A wife, four daughters and two sons survive him. OFFICERS OF STREET RAILWAY Waynesboro, Pa., Jan. 23.—The di rectors of the Chambersburg Green castle and Waynesboro Street Rail way Company mot in the Bank of Waynesboro Building and elected the following officers for the ensuing year: W. L. Minnick, president; D. M. Wertz, iirst vice-president; Dr. R. W. Ramsey, Chambersburg, second viee preslrent; D. M. Benedict, secretary; Jay F. Shank, treasurer; R. D. Sefton, gene.ral manager and assistant treas urer; S. M. CooveiT auditor; C. C. Stouffer, chief electrician; J. J. Oiler, J. G. Benedict, Jay P. Shank, Ira J. Funk, J. A. Strite and F. H. Stouffer, executive committee. MAN V REVIVAL SERVICES Dillsburg, Pa., Jan. 23. Revival services are now in progress in an un usually large number of churches in and about Dillsburg at the present time. The Rev. H. T. Bowersox is conducting a series in Filey's Church; the Rev. Charles Heikes in Mount Pleasant Church of God; the Rev. J W. Long in the Dillsburg Methodist Church; the Rev. G. H. Eveler, of the Lutheran charge, in the Opera House the Rev. O. E. Krenz in Chestnut Grove United Brethren Church, and the Rev. A. L. Burkett in the Beaver town United Evangelical Church. SEE POSLAM cn THE sum JVERBGHT If you suffer froih Eczema, Pimples or any skin trouble, just try Poslam. Put a little on at night and see lm provement next morning. You do not have to wait to tell whether or not Poslam is doing the work. You can see its healing effects after first application. Itching stops: burning skin Is soothed. With speed and ease Poslam eradi cates all Skin Diseases. For the quick control of Eczema It is as near perfection as anything can be. Your druggist sells Poslam. For free sample write to Emergency Labora tories. 32 West 25th St., New York. Poslam Soap, medicated with Poslam best for the skin; at druggists.—Adver tisement. These January Reduction Sales—in all Depart worth-while savings. Men's Store at the Right—As You Enter Sale of Men's Suits and Overcoats Reduced From $20.00 and $25.00 If you have been waiting for a Big Bargain to turn up, you're well repaid for waiting—only this season's representative models, fabrics and pat terns are offered, and every garment tailored up to the high standard of Fruhauf Suits and Overcoats At $18.75 Formerly $27.50 and $35.00 Yoji cannot possibly tell how much clothing quality you can buy for $18,75 until you see these garments —the quality, style and tailoring of this make is unexcelled no matter what the price.' A Boys' $8.50 and SIO.OO Suits Now $5.00 of good substantial woolens and excellent tail oring—you'll please the boy with the garment and yourself more with the saving. J 28-30 and 32 North Third Street | WEST SHORE NEWS | 1 ATTEND FATHER'S FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Young and son Paul, of New Cumberland, went to Boonsboro, Maryland, to attend the funeral of Mr. Young's father. SUCCESSFUL WIRELESS SYSTEM Harry Houck, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Fred iiouck, of Market street, New Cumberland, a student of the Tech nical school of Harrisburg, has put ; up a wireless system at his home here and received the first message l'rom Washington, D C„ on Sunday. STEAMBOAT CROSSING RIVER j The Steelton ferry boat, which has not been running the past week, on , account of the ice. is making regu lar trips from Steelton to New Cum- , berland. j MEETING OF FORESTERS The regular monthly business meet- . ing of the Independent Order of For esters of Enola, will be held in the rooms of the Enola Y. M. C. A. Tues day evening, January 27. SAUERKRAUT SUPI'ER The ladies of the First United Brethren Church of Enola, will hold a sauerkraut dinner and supper in the festival room of the church in _ Wyoming avenue. PURCHASED A KNABE PLVNO The Rev. Dr. John Allen Blair, pas tor of Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, Chambersburg, appointed a committee to purchase a piano for the church house. After investigating a number of makes of pianos, they de cided topurchase the Knabe piano, the world's best. Sole dealers, Yohn Bros., Harrisburg.—Advertisement. MILI/ERSBURG TEAM WINS POOL CONTEST FROM WILLLVMSTOWN Special to The Telegraph Mlllersburg, Pa., Jan. 23.—A pool tournament was held at the Aloord pool parlor In Market street last even ing between Millersburg and Williams town players, which resulted in a vic tory for the Millersburg team, sixty points ahead of their competitors. The Peerless orchestra furnished the mu sic for the occasion, which was char acterized by good feeling and cheer among the players and large audi ence throughout the evening. After the tournament the Williamstown players were treated to a chicken sup per by J. M. Aloord at the Mehaffie restaurant in Market street, after which they returned to Williamstown by automobile. There were seven teen members in the party. A return match will be played in the near fu ture. FUNERAL OF EMANUEL HOLTZ Special to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg, Pa., Jan. 23. —Fu- neral services for the late Emanuel Holtz will be held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Abram Simmons, in South Arch street, on Sunday morn ing at 10 o'clock, after which the body will be taken to Enola for burial with services in Zlon Lutheran Church at that placse about 1 o'clock in the aft-, ernoon. WILL REBUILD HOTEL Special to The Telegraph Bunbury, Pa., Jan. 23.—John Brug ler, achitect, of Danville, was in Sun.- bury to-day making an inspection of the ruins of the City Hotel with a view to drawing plans for the rebuild ing of the burned structure at the earliest possible opportunity. It was first planned to erect a six-story building, but low water pressure here and the absence of water towers from the Sunbury department are respon sible, it is said, for a change in plans, and a four-story brick and steel struc ture will be erected instead. PLANS MADE FOR FEDERAL CONTROL OF OIL LANDS Special to The Telegraph Washington, Jan. 23.—As the result of an investigation disclosing the ad vantages of oil equipped battleships, Secretaries Daniels and Lane, Chair man Padgett of the House naval cbm mittee and others have been confer ring over a project for government ownership of oil lands and pipe lines for furnishing the navy with its own fuel. Rear Admiral Griffin, chief of the Bureau of Steam Engineering, has filed with the House naval committee a statement outlining the project with i recommendations. » Lancaster County Hog Weighs Over 1,000 Pounds Special to The* Telegraph Mariettta, Pa., Jan. 23. —By far the largest hog raised in Lancaster coun- I ty in many years is in possession of I Isaac Miller, a farmer, living near | Rohrerstown. The animal now weighs! 1,05fr pounds and the owner expects to keep it for another month before the slaughter. The girth of the ani- | mal is ten feet, and from its nose to | the tail more than seven feet. It is i a curiosity and many from a distance are daily coming to see it. STARTED IX)H MARYLAND Mifflinburg, Pa., Jan. 2 4. —An elope ment episode caused great excitement in and near Mifflinburg yesterday when Roy Lynch and Miss Hattie San ders, the 18-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Sarders, residing in West Buffalo township, about three miles northwest of Mifflinburg, stole away at night and departed for points ■in Maryland, where they were mar ried. In all probability the parental blessing will be awaiting their return. t Tobacco That is Good For Your Nerves nPUXEDO actually soothes the nerves. It < is just mild enough to keep your nervous system in poise, your muscles in tone. Un jnnn... M AM like other tobaccos, Tuxedo burns cool and JULL niLLIVIAN j pp 1 | | f m t • . proprietor "Harvey's" Washington, D.C. slow. 1 here cannot be a speck or irritation II .J2zi*;jELrift: in a pound of Tuxedo ' & Gr «t singers smoke Tuxedp just before o. j,» a performance. Public speakers testify as to its soothing influence. Doctors recom mend it to smokers whose throats are delicate. The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette The secret of its superiority is the unique 'Tuxedo Process" by which all the unpleas- Generai AgenT of' Railway ant features are eliminated from tobacco. at Washington . . * ( "Tuxedo has gained and mam- Another reason is that Tuxedo is made t o^f^l r i putatio "ii from the best tobacco grown -the choicest, genuine soothing qualities Tr'Sun. mildest, mellowest leaves of the highest II rivalled." grade Burley tobacco. Tuxedo is widely imitated—but no other manu f facturer has succeeded in f making a tobacco as good and get a tin of Tuxedo. It will give you RtSg ff /mm the greatest pleasure and I f||JL&MhjS|| \«w My satisfaction that money || t | YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO Wfiffifi giff'l y EVERYWHERE I JIInBwMBII PHILIP R. GOODWIN Famous green tin with gold let- 1 A J f tho Illustrator. taring, curved to fit the pocket lUC There a zest and encourage' f 1 ment in every pipeful of Tuxedo. C ?? Teni ?" t pouch, mnmr-Uned C l«laMlßroiwi^W^iaai^M The sweetest, most soothing smoke peper . . JC THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY y t * I is, » tments—create wonderful opportunities for | 28-30 and 32 North Third Street Special Sale To-morrow and Monday 25 Women's Crtsaroy Coats at".512.90 Values $18.50 to $39.50 High grade imported materials, lined with Peau de Cygne. Colors include Nubian Brown, Pea Green, Elephant Gray and Navy. 30 Yoing Women's Suits at sid.qq * Values $25.00 and $27.50 Desirable models and materials—one of a kind —left over from former sale, and now priced for final disposal. 16 Girls' Coats at $5.75 Values $8.50 to $12.50 One or two of a kind —materials are mostly Chinchilla, Velvet and velour; sizes 6 to 14. New BEmises For Spring Special at $4.95, $5.95, $6.95. Six new models—exclusive designs in. white and light shades of Crepe de Chine; also very fine Voiles—hand embroidered and trimmed with shadow lace inserting. ' Showing ~ Advance Sfrltt .. . ... .. XMII vanity NEW MILLINERY Hats for tourists intending to visit Southern Re sorts and for early Spring wear in town. Misses' mi Ladles 9 Suits A comprehensive showing of Spring models is already at hand and new styles are daily arriving. Vs J All Furs are reduced a third or less than regular prices—Fur Coats and Fur Lined Coats are included in these sweeping reductions— ! Our Furs are absolutely dependable. j ENTERTAINMENT POSTPONED Special to The Telegraph Newport, Pa., Jan. 23. —The man agement of the entertainment course, which had arranged for a concert to be Riven by the Lyric Mule Quartet on Tuesday evening. January 27, an nounces a postponement. Word has been received here of the illness of two members of the quartet and this engagement, with others, they have been compelled to cancel.