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TWO CUkl BOROUGH SOLICITOR'S OFFICE H. M. North, Jr., Democratic In cumbent, Claims to Hold Over at Columbia Sptcial to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Feb. s.—Columbia how enjoys the distinction of having two borough solicitors. Hugh M. North. Jr.. a Democrat, was chosen by the borough council in March, 1911, for a term of three yeurs. The council at Its organization in January elected J. E. Senft, a Republican, as Ms successor on the assumption that Mr. North's term would expire in March of this year. The act of Assem bly of last year, which declares that borough officers whose terms expired in 1914 should hold over two years. Mr. North thinks applies to his office of solicitor, and he says he will con tinue to exercise the functions of so licitor. The council is Republican and when Mr. Scnft was chosen it was expected that he would assume his duties in March, some of the members being of the opinion that the act of Assembly does not apply to officials chosen by legislative bodies. No move ment has as yet been made to deter mine the status of the situation and meanwhile both men are hopeful of serving. News Items From Points in Central Pennsylvania Special to The Telegraph Mleutown. —State Commissioner of Fisheries Nathan R. Buller has served notices on the owners and managers of about twenty of the largest indus trial establishments in Allentown that thfcir polluting of streams with re fuse from their plants must cease. AUentowu. —Alfred J. Commodore. * well-known resident of this city, was successful in his second attempt at suicide in three weeks when he hang ed himself yesterday from a rafter In the cellar of his home. Pottstown. —In order to meet the 1913 sewage bond issue, Council has increased the borough tax three fourths or a mill, making it seven mills. Pottsvllle. Samuel P. Teter, of Philadelphia, and Miss Sarah M. L,au tenbacher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lautenbacher, of Schuylkill Ha ven, were married at the residence of the bride's parents by the Rev. F. S. l»ongsdorf. Lancaster. — Pcrcj' "Williams. John Herr, Joseph Yarnell and Charles Cummings, members of Company K. Fourth Regiment, National Guard of Pennsylvania, have been sued by B. F. StefCy, a fellow-member of the com - pany, on a charge of larceny. Steffy alleges that his comrades robbed him during drill practice at their barracks. Scranton. —W. W. Scranton, presi dent of the Scranton Gas and Water RO ° MS 4 °° BATH 1 i ,anquet * nd ba ''- l ro ° ms \ *\' 'ly ADELPHIA HOTEL CO.. DAVID B. PROVAN. MANAGING DIRBCTOR I; This New Illustrated Book for Every Reader : (sMMIMfMMMMPPfiaiPffiJIHI!! : I PANAMA 1 ' CiJ (rf? PRiaiNTED By TKK ITJ J! ;ral 111/ HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH Yl ml i! 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Bard, of Harrlaburg, a conductor on the Mid dle division of the Pennsylvania rail Company, announces that the com pany will plant 80,000 trees over the watersheds this Spring. York, —The Farmers' National Bank and the Guardian Trust Company, this city, have merged and have a capital of $300,000 and a surplus and profit and loan account of $123,000. The new title will be the Guardian and Farmers' Trust Company. Easton. Because they were not paid for rainy days when they were unable to work, the linemen and con struction gang of the Blue Mountain Telephone Company, a new company building a line between Easton and the State belt, went on strike yester day. Gettysburg. Yesterday the court appointed John H. Sensely burgess of Biglerville to till the unexpired term of H. U. Walter, resigned. Carlisle. The Cumberland county commissioners have appointed H. M. Bloser, a merchant of Enola, assessor for East Pennsboro to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of C. 11. Erfert, resigned. road. Mr. Myers is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Myers and is employed at Enola as a gang leader. Following the ceremony this even ing a wedding supper will be served, after which the newlyweds will leave on a trip to New York and Norfolk. They will be at home in Wormleys burg to their friends after Feb ruary 15. Burgesses of Towns in Central Pennsylvania ~1 DR. H. C. HETRICK |— LKWISBERHY j Special to The Telegraph Lewisberry, Pa., Feb. 5. —Dr. Homer C. Hetrick, the new burgess of Lewis berry. is the son of Guerney Hetrick, of Mechanicsburg, and grandson of the late Dr. A. C. Hetrick, of Wells ville, who was a well-known physician throughout the supper end of York county. Dr. Hetrick graduated from the Baltimore Medical College in 1907. After one year's work as a resident physician at St. Agnes' Hospital, Bal timore, he spent one year practicing medicine in West Virginia. Five years ago he located in Eewisberry and has been very successful, with quite an extensive practice. EFFORTS TO BREAK SILK MILL STRIKE AT HAGKRSTOWN' FAIL Special to The Telegraph Hagerstown, Md., Feb. s.—Efforts to break the strike among the fifty flve silk weavers of the Hagerstown Silk Company, who walked out of the plant Monday, have failed. Half a dozen of the leaders were discharged because they were conspicuous in the organization of a branch union of the Industrial Workers of the World against the warning of the managers of the mill. The owners of the mill refuse to recognize the I. W. W. or any other labor organization. The other weavers stopped work through sympathy for the men who were dis Can't Help But Admire Babies Every Woman Casts Loving Glance at the Nestling Cuddled in it* Bonnet. A women's heart naturally responds to the charm and sweetness of a pretty child, and more so to-day than ever before since the advent of Mother's Friend. 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A good kidney medicine, possessing real healing and curative value, should be a blessing to thousands of nervous, over-worked women. Many send for a sample bottle to see what Swamp-Root, the great Kid ney, Liver and Bladder Remedy, will do for them. Every reader of this paper, who has not already tried it, by enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., may receive sample si*e bottle by Parcel Post. You can purchase the regular fifty-cent and one«rtollar size bottles at all drug stores. —Advertisement. WEST SHORE NEWS MDRYSVILIE CORNET BAND IS ORGANIZED Officers and Musical Director Are Chosen at Meeting on Tuesday Evening First steps in the making of the Marysvllle Cornet Band, one of which the town can justly be proud, were taken on Tuesday evening, when a meeting of persons Interested was held In Fisher's Hall, in South Main street. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: President J. G. Eppley; secretary-treasurer, G. C. Bit ting; business manager and leader, Marry Sanders; librarian, Gordon Sklvington; trustees, James Allen, Samuel Steese and William Hippie. Tuesday evening was selected for the regular weekly rehearsal. Dr. C. R. Wellls was selected as musical director. Dr. Weills has had much experience in the organizing and directing of orchestras and bands. He is the organizer and director of the Lutheran orchestra, which has achiev ed success during the past few months. Prospects for the band are very bright. With proper support accord ed to Dr. Weills, the band will rival any band that Marysvllle has ever had. If the Interest already mani fested continues, the size of the band will reach forty-five pieces in several months. Already there are twenty five members. PICTTFRE THEATER OPENS Marysville's motion picture show was opened oil Tuesday evening for the first time. Both Tuesday evening and last evening the pictures were shown to full houses. A prize for the best name given last evening will be awarded within several days. FX'X ERA I, OF WILLIAM LEONARD The burial of ex-County Commis sioner William H. Leonard, of Marys ville, will be held in the Chestnut Grove Cemetery of that place, instead of at the Grier's Point Cemetery, as had previously been announced. WILL ADDRESS MEETING To-morrow evening the Rev. A. S. Faslck, of Carlisle, district president of the Methodist Episcopal Church, , will address the revival meeting at the Enola Methodist Episcopal , Church. CHICKEN DINNER FOR FIREMEN Next Thursday evening the Midway Fire Company of South Enola will hold a chicken noodle soup dinner and supper In the new hosehouse. The music will be furnished by the Enola orchestra of ten pieces. TRACK LABORER INJURED Mari Rizzi, employed as track la borer, in the Enola yords, was struck in the neck on Wednesday while as sisting in cutting a piece of rail when a large piece hit him near his jugular vein. He was taken to the office of Dr. E. C. Weirich, where it was nec essary to sew several stitches to draw the wound together. ADDRESS AT REPAIR SHOP The Rev. S. F. Rounsley, pastor of the Enola Methodist Episcopal Church, will 'address the noonday meeting in the local car repair shops on Friday. The evening services of the Young Men's Christian Associa tion will not be held on Friday even ing on account of the Rev. Dr. Faslck, of Carlisle, speaking at the Methodist Episcopal Church. FIREMEN TO VISIT All members of the Citizens' Hose Company of New Cumberland, who intend to go to Mechanicsburg Satur day, February 7, are requested to meet at the hose their uniform. Farmer Found Dead in Columbia Hotel Bedroom Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Feb. s.—Charles H. Cover, a tobacco farmer, whose home is in Washington borough, was found dead In bed yesterday morning at the Depot Hotel, when the proprietor went to call him for breakfast. Cover had retired about 11 o'clock the night before and It is supposed turned off the gas jet only half way, which al lowed the gas to escape and caused his death by asphyxiation. The win dow was raised a few inches, showing that It was not a case of suicide. The man was 52 years old and is survived by his wife, and three children. While his home was in Washington Borough, he had frequently worked in Columbia, and had been in this place since last Saturday, stopping at the hotel. INS FRANCE OFFICERS CHOSEN Special to The Telegraph Newport, Pa., Feb. 5. —At the an nual election for officers of the Farmers' and Mechanics' Mutual Fire Insuranbe Company of Perry county, which was held at Elllottsburg, the following were chosen: President, Joseph C. Waggoner; secretary, John A. Bower; Treasurer, John H. Shu malter, S. A. Dum was re-elected director for Tyrone township, and James A. Btambaugh director for Spring township, to take the place of William R. Dum, deceased. SCHLEISNER'S nAV SALE GOODS EACH DAY will not be sent 11 IT IRI A f CAII7" a sale in a C. O. D. rill Air U ALL different or on approval. r> 11 i ur« , i i Department. ___J Fall and Winter Apparel— To-morrow—FRIDAY we offer COATS—WRAPS—Women's and Misses' 25 Ladies' Serge Coats 12 Plush Coats Navy blue and black, half QC H length models, all black, AtQ OA lined, values $13.50 to $18.50 ... values to $27.50 5 Broadcloth Coats Shadow Plaid Coats Lined throughout with peau OCA ' 8 ' en^JlS^r> neW es '& ns > v 'ahies $3.95 de cygne, to . U P to * ls -°° W.W Corduroy Coats Gabardine Raincoats T t t , I, * • • * _ Gray and brown mixtures, strictly water &« a s'ylo " $9.50 P-r. values $15.00 $ g gg Semi-Evening Wraps p ur £ oatg Rich materials, suitable for afternoon and Black Pony skin coats, values <fc"| 7CA evening wear, values d»*l CA $49.50 to $65.00 $27.50 to $49.50 M. \r \ Chinchilla Coats Cut Velour Coats : Coats of chinchilla and other ma- QC Navy blue, Copenhagen and Q OA terials, value $16.50 brown, values $22.50 to $29.50, • Evening Wraps Balmacaan Coats Rich brocaded niatcr iais, luxuriously Navy blue, tan, Scotch and QC lined, values $27.50 to d»1 O CA English mixtures, value $18.50 9 $37.50 I*.OU Girls' Evening Cloaks Misses' Coats 1 Imported Evening Wrap 1 Imported Evening Wrap Designed by Callot (Paris) d>CQ CA Another French creation in C7G CA of gold cloth, value $150.00 .. jn purp i ej va ] ue $195.00 n> /iI.DU Women's and Misses' Evening Wraps I A number of fashionable models of rich imported ma- CA terials, luxuriously lined, values $65.00 to $85.00 ' *OU Women's Plaid Skirts Women's Spring Skirts New Scotch plaid designs, latest QC Navy blue and black serges and ttO QC Spring models, value $6.50 *•' poplins, values $5.95 to $8 50 v SATURDAY—Is the last day of "Final Sale" Don't miss this important event. 28-30 and 32 North Third Street Surprise For Columbia Council When Bill Comes Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Feb. 5. —The bor ough council met in regular session laet night and the members received a big surprise when presented with a bill of $377.95 from ex-Sheriff A. B. Landis, for costs on old tax liens filed in 1906-07. Borough Solicitor H. M. North, Jr., informed council that in the years named, a tax levy for $19.11 against a property in the borough had mulcted the borough for over SIOO in costs, and that if scire facias were filed in the others for S6OO or SBOO, the cost would be about $3,500. The council decided to look into the matter and the effect will be to cause them to go a little slower on liens In the future. THIMBLE CIjUB ENTERTAINED Special to The Telegraph Newport, Pa., Feb. s.—Mrs. George i . i Lei Me Send You A Treatment cf My Catarrh Cure Fres c. E. GAUSS I 'Will Take Any Cane of Catarrh, So Matter How Chronic, or What Stage It IN In. and Prove EK. TIRKI.Y AT MY OWN EXPENSE, That It Can Be Cured Curing Catarrh has been my business for years, and during this time over one million people have come to me from all over the land for treatment and advice. My method is original. I cure the disease by first curing the | cause. Thus my combined treatment cures where all else fails. I can dem onstrate to you in Just a few days' time that my method is quick, sure and complete, because it rids the system of the poisonous germs that cause catarrh. Send your name and address at once to C. E. Gauss, and he will send you the treatment referred to. FIJI out the coupon below. FRED This coupon Is good for a pack age of GAUSS COMBINED CA TARRH CURE sent free by mail. Simply fill in name and address on dotted lines below, and mall to C. E. GAUSS, 5607 Main St., Marshall, Mich. I FEBRUARY 5, 1914. S. Smoyer entertained yesterday aft ernoon at her home in Market street the members of the Thimble Club, at which refreshments were served. The members of the club who enjoyed the afternoon were Mrs. H. Banks Himes, Mrs. A. K. Ludwig, Mrs. James M. Runkle, Mrs. James W. Sunday, Mrs. Charles Sunday, Mrs. John M. Miller, Mrs. Charles W. English, Mrs. J. Prank Fickes and Mrs. Snioyer's spe cial guests, Mrs. William C. Fickes and Mrs. Hiram M. Keen. AVELL-KXOWX CAKLISIjE WOMAN DIES AT HAGERSTOWN, MD. Special to The Telegraph Hagerstown, Md., Feb. 5. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Spahr, a resident of Carlisle. Pa., died yesterday at the - To VAC consequently living * C*aGS costs less. The upkeep for * - # the kind of a home you want Arc Low m is within y .° ur reach - Here your ambitions may easily be Hershev realized I OllvJ Hershey in every way pre sents the ideal location for the home. The Garden City impressiveness and gran deur; the low cost of living, and low taxes all lend attrac tiveness. Aside from these advantages; Hershey gives you all of the conveniences of the city—the shops, theaters, parks and churches. Lots in Hershey sell for $600.00 and upward for 40 feet frontage. Reasonable building restrictions protect | your home. Representatives always on the ground. Phone or write. Hershey Improvement Co. HERSHEY, PA. home of her son, W. Frank Spahr, while on a visit to this city. Mrs. Spahr came Hagerstown after Christmas and was ill ever since. She was a member of the Lutheran Church in Carlisle, where slio was born 73 years ago, and was the widow of John Spahr. HEARINGS ON RATES COKTINI E By Associated Press Washington, D. C., Feb. 5. The Interstate Commerce Commission in the series of hearings it is holding on the proposed 5 per cent, freight rato in crease by Eastern railroads, gave to day to those interested in the increases as they would affect linseed oil, corn oil and similar products.