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fiteftftgtbPcnn OYLVAinaragqasi i" r jf llfl ASSIGNMENTS MADE IT ELimiLE Ministers Placed by East Pennsyl vania Conference of Evan gelical Association Special to The Telegraph MlUabethvllle, Pa„ March 3.—Yes terday the East Pennsylvania confer ence of the Evangelical Association reported additions in membership of 830, total membership 9,014; Sunday echoo) enrollment, 10,651; for mis sions, $11,915, an average of $1.32 per member. The total receipts are $117,- 012, an average of $13.04 per member. The property valuation is $827,990. Henry Wentz and H. H. Smith are re tained in the itinerary without ap pointment H. H. Stohl and P. S. Bergstresser, itinerant deacons, will bp received into conference. The Sunday school board consists of James Tankin, 11. C. Lilly, J. A. Nagle and M. P. Trutzman. H. M. Taylor was elected to the board of ex aminers, vice E. D. aicHose. Among the appointments an nounced by Bishop Horn were the fol lowing: Allentown District T. L. Wentz, presiding elder; Coaldale, P. V. Tay lor; Hazleton, J. J. Kreltzel; Ivlata moras, C. H. Gerhart; North Trevor ton, A. G. Jilldt; Shamokin, W. C. Beck; Tamaqua, J. E. Beam; Wllkes- Barre, J. R. Yotter; Williamsport, W, I. aiiller. Quarterly Conference aiembcrs —C. K. Fejir, B. T. Bohner, Henry Wentz, Salem; H. H. Smith, Zion, Allentown; J, H. Smith, Lehigh; C. C. Hoffman, Springbown; W. H. Rinek, Easton. • Reading District —C. D. Dreher, presiding elder; Annvlile, J. H. Wil lauer; Birdsboro, T. C. Cares; Eliza beth ville, J. S. Farnsworth; Higgins, F. W. Souer; Lancaster, J. A. Wel gand; Lebanon, I. F. Bergstresser; Orwigsburg, O. T. aioyer; Pottsville, J. E. Hberllg; Schuylkill Haven, W. Kepner; Terre Hill, E. R. Seip; Wico nisco, L, H. Yergey; Williamstown, J. W. Boyer; York, A. E. Williams. Quarterly Conference Members—J. K. Felir. Reading; Reading, Christ, E. D. McHore; Reading, Emmanuel. THIS MUST BE A GREAT KIDNEY REMEDY Several years ago I suffered with bad pains in my back. I was very restless, often getting up several times during the night, aiy limbs were swol len and 1 dropped In weight to 147 pounds. I consulted a well-known Norfolk physician and ho stated that I had a very bad case of kidney trouble. I saw your advertisement In the paper and purchased a bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root from a drug gist, after he recommended it to me. After I took three bottle, I felt greatly relieved. I have taken Swamp-Root since at different times. I gained in weight to 206 pounds, and I am well nnd have been ever since I commenced taking Swamp-Root, Very truly yours, W. J. BARROW, Farrnvillft,, Va. I, A. ai. Barrow, a Notary jWwllc in and for the County of Prince Edward, in the State of Virginia, do certify that W. J. Barrow, whose halrie is signed to the foregoing writing, bear ing date Jan. 16th, 1912, personally appeared before me in my County aforesaid and made oath that the said writing is true in substance and in fact, Given under my hand this luth day of January, 1912. A. »I. BARROW, Notary Public. We sold Mr. W. J. Barrow most of the Swamp-Root in question and have personally heard him speak of its ac tion in most complimentary terms. WHITE DRUG COaiPANY, By E. W. San ford. Letter to • J Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Blngliamton, N. Y. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size) bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable Information, telling about tho kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Harrisburg Tele graph. Regular fifty-cent and one dollar size bottles for sale at all drug stores.—Advertisement. rta Breaks a Cold Over Night 4CICK REMEDY FOR GRIP IrniD Tablets—Buy ta Take—2s Crate GORGAS' DRUG STORBS t« Keith TWri St. Panna. statloa. Moja QualitV II 10c Cigar JL All-Havana Tobacco blended with such knowledge that it satisfies all tastes. The rich quality does it. Made by JOHN C. HERMAN & CO. TUESDAY EVENING, RECEIVERS HIED FOR BIG COMPINY Creditors of Eberly & Orrii Manu facturing Co., of Mecbanics burg, Ask Court to Appoint Special to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg, Pa., March 3.—Yes* terday the court appointed receivers for the Eberly and Orris Manufactur ing Company, of Mechanicsburg, on motion of S. E. Bosehore and 8. B. Sadler. J. C. Lambert, representing the corporation, and D. W, Bunday, and George E. Lloyd, representing the stockholders and creditors, were ap pointed by the court, and their bond was fixed at 140,006, and approved by the court. The Eberly and Orris Manufactur ing Company was organized in 1906, and is engaged in the manufacture of spokes, wheels and rims, being one of the largest concerns in this place, and employing neai.y one hundred men. Lack of current funds necessary for conducting the business was the cause of the present action. As there are no mortgages or Hens against the real es tate of the company, it is thought that the creditors will be paid in full, and that the stockholders will receive con siderable proportion of their invest ment, if it should be found necessary to sell the plant. By the present •pro ceeding It Is hoped to make a sale unnecessary and to allow the business to be conducted until arrangements can be made for paying off the in debtedness. Large orders are on hand, amounting to, at least, S 50,000, and these will keep the plant going for some time to come. Jacob Sperow Dies in Dillsburg Freight Station Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., March 3.—Jacob Sperow, ol' East Harrisburg street, an employe of the Cumberland Valley Itailroad in the Dillsburg freight sta tion, died suddenly on Monday after noon from heart failure. He was 65 years old. air. Sperow had Just re turned from his dinner and began to truck freight froru a car into the warehouse when he fell over uncon scious. He was carried- by fellow employes to the waiting room of the station where he died in a few min utes without regaining consciousness. Air. Sperow had been an employe of the railroad for many years and for the past fifteen years was section foreman on the Dillsburg branch. Re cently he was given a position in the warehouse on account of his advanced age. He is survived by his wife and three daughters, Mrs. Edward Dapp, of Harrisburg; Mrs. Bruce Klugh, of Dillsburg, and Miss Maude Sperow, at home. No funeral arrangements have been made as yet. Otterbein Guild of U. B. Church Elects Officers Special to The Telegraph Penbrook, Pa., March 3.—Members of the Otterbein Guild of the United Brethren Church elected Miss Ruth Nisley and Miss Ray Hoofnagle dele gates to the annual State • convention of the association to be held at Ann vllle during the last week of April. Mies Fannie Ober was elected first al ternative and Miss Ellen Hoover, the second. The meeting was held at the home of Miss Fannie Ober, at 2501 Main street. Nomination and election of the following officers to serve during the ensuing year was made: Miss Emma Nisley, president; Miss Wlita Bowman, treasurer; Miss Belle Spangler, secretary; Miss Ray Hoof nagle, literary secretary; Miss Char lotte Zeigler; collectors, Miss Esther Miller and Miss Jane Kline. At the close of the meeting lunch eon was served to the following mem bers of the society: Miss Ruth Nis ley, Miss Ray Hoofnagle, Miss Char lotte Zeigler, Mrs. Ed S. Weigel, Miss Sue Hoofnagle, Miss Mary Reed, Miss Pearl Condron, Miss Ellen Hoover, Miss Esther Miller, Miss Belle Spang ler, Miss Ethel Valentine, Miss Jane Kline, Miss Fannie Ober, Miss Emma Nisley, airs. Karper, Miss Wilta Bow man. MRS. BARDSDKIX TO LECTURE Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., aiarch 3.—Mrs. Bardsdell, State vice-president and State lecturer of the Woman's Chris tian Temperance Union, will lecture in the Calvary United Brethren Church on Tuesday night on the Interest of he union. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Tfith LOCAL Al'l'L/ICATIONS, its they cannot reach the Beat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it yon must take internal remedies. Hail's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine; It was pre scribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and Is u regular prescription. It is composed of tho best tonics known, com bined with the best blood purifiers, acting di rectly on tbu mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of tho two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. 1'". J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Bold by Druggists, price 75c. Take Hall'* Family FUls for constipation. MINISTERS LOCATED BY 11. E. CONFERENCE Not Many Changes Made in Har risburg District of East Penn sylvania Conference Special to The Telegraph Bangor, Pa„ March 3.—Appoint ment# of minister* were mads at the closing sessions of the East Pennsyl vania Conference of tho United Evan gelical Church her* last night, Tho following are in the Harrisburg dis trict; The Rev. F. E. Erdman, presiding elder; Akron, H, J, Kline; Annvlile, A. A. Koch; Berrysburg, J. K, Hoffman; Columbia, a. B. Gensemer; Cresswell, H. P. Hagner; Dauphin, R. C, Lutz; Harris Street, Harrisburg, George F. Sctiaum; Park Street, Harrisburg, J. A. Sellers; Herndon, Charles Arner; Klnderhook (the Rev. W. A. Shoe maker, retired), W, L. Teel; Klein feitersvllle, J. L. Gruber; Lancaster, Grace, J. F, Gross; Bethany, H. D. Kreidler; Lebanon, First, C, D. Hubor; St. Paul, W. J. Edelman; LltiU, P. T. Broelus; Mahantonga, J, K. Freed; aianheiin, J, S. Harper, of Easton; Millersburg, G. W. Hangen; Mlilers vllle, J. M. Rlnker; Mount Carmel, H. Franklin Schlegel; Mount Joy, N. A. Barr; Myerstown, W. H, Hurtzler; Palmyra, C. W. Heffner; Penbrook, W. H. Harris and P. K. Bergman; Pine Grove, H. F. Miller; Rexmont, W. Far ner; Richland, J. A. Reck and B. E. Coleman; Khamokln, A. G, Flexer; Sunbury, First, J. S. Heialer; Second, F. S. Yost; Fremont, H. M. Jones; Steeiton, J, M. Shoop; Tower City, W. A, Kutz; Trevorton, R. F. Andrew; Wiconisco, L. C. Ramer and Harrison Heffner; Wllliamstpwn, E. R. Hart. Among tho changes in Harrisburg district are J. S, Harper, from Easton to Manlielm, and W. L. Teel, from Locustdale to Klnderhook. Penbrook Tax Rate Fixed at Five Mills For 1914 Special to The Telegraph Penbrook, Pa., aiarch 3. —At last night's meeting of tho council the tax rate for the borough waa first dis cussed and after a lengthy discussion was fixed at five mills for 1914. Sev eral of the councilman favored a I higher rate, but it was pointed out | that In view of the few improvements contemplated for this year it would be sufficient. The biggest improvement will bo tho repairing and regradlng of several streets, Main street, of course, being the principal item. The proposition to present an ordinance making way for the paving of atain street wan not presented and, accord ing to the statement given out by the members, the street will not be paved until the Spring of 1915. The ordinance establishing a license tax on merchants and different ar ticles of merchandise passed first reading. Joseph A. Miller was sworn into the office vacated by Florence Elser, who for fourteen years acted as clerk of the council, air. Elser resigned be cause the office interfered with his business. ONLY ONE "BKOMO QUININE" 'To get the genuine, call for full name. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c.—Ad vertisement. BANNER DAY AT MILLERSTOWN Special to The Telegraph Milleratown, Pa., March 3.—Banner Day in the Methodist Episcopal Bun day school was held on Sunday morn ing. It was a day of great rejoicing and an address was delivered by the pastor, the Rev. Ray Pierson. There were 183 in attendance and the col lection amounted to $6.06. ESCAPED PRUSONER CAPTURED Special to The Telegraph Sunbury, Pa., March 3. Walter Umbitsk, Shamokin, who escaped from the Northumberland county jail more than six months ago, was cap tured by officers near his home yester day. He was placed in jail to-day to await trial on a charge of jail-break ing. He was cleaning tho corridor of the jail, and when Warden WaUace W. Barr's back wan turned, he slipped out of the door and disappeared. STONE-RISE WEDDING Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., March 3.—Frederick W. C. Stone, son of Frederick W. Stone, and Miss Bessie E. Kise, daugh ter of John O. Kise, of Washington Borough, were united in marriage on Saturday evening at the parsonage of Salome United Brethren Church, the ceremony being performed by the pas tor, the Rev. Joseph Daugherty. The newly-wedded couple will reside in their new home in South Twelfth street. RUNNER DUCKS MAKE RECORD Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., March 3.—Chief of Police Stephen W. Staley has been experimenting for several months with English Penciled Indian Runner ducks and has obtained a remarkable har vest of eggs for February. He has II of the ducks and during the past month they laid 259 eggs. On six days these ducks laid 11 eggs, on twelve days 10 and on three days 9. One of the ducks began laying January 19 and has given the police chief one egg every day since. HELPFUL WORDS From a Harrlsburg Citizen Is your back lame and painful? Does it ache especially after exer tion? Is there a soreness In the kidney region? These symptoms suggest weak kid neys. If so there is danger in delay. Weak kidneys get fast weaker. Give your kidneys prompt attention. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys. Your neighbors use and recommend them. Read this Harrisburg testimony. M. S. Shank, 425 Harris street, Har risburg, Pa., says: "I am still using Doan's Kidney Pills and they are a mighty line medicine. I will always recommend them. At times when I worked hard, there was a sharp pain across the small of my back, together with languor and dizziness. Doan's Kidney Pills have always relieved me of tho trouble." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., BufTalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and i lake uu other.—Advertisement. BXKRjsanmo tlii&J TELEGRAPH | WEST SHORE NEWS | MANY BLEIOHING PARTIES j MaryivllU, Pa„ March 8. —■ Lust evening the B«U of Clue Mountain Lodge, No. 2X7, Ladlea' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of H&llroad Train* men, held a sleighing party to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Forten baugh, in the valley. Luncheon was served to Mrs. M. C. Dick, Mrs. Frank Coleman, Mrs. Harper Fortenbaugh, Mrs. Edward Cessna, Mrs. Benjamin | Weaver, Mr#. Chauncey Haney, Mr*, Chester Fortenbaugb, Mrs. Charles ! Johnston, Mrs. Jacob Morris, Mrs, Walter Fortenbaugh, Mrs. Lewie Kp pley, Miss Bara Coleman, Ml*s Lydia Shearer, Miss Margaret Johnston, Miss Genevieve, Linn Coleman and James Roberts. On Saturday evening the L, U. A. held a sleighride to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Heishley at Glenvale. A very pleasant evening was spent, after which refreshments wero served to Miss Helen Hain, Miss Mabel El lenberger, Miss Leona Bare, Miss 1 Katherine Roberts, Miss Emma Rob erts, Miss Stella Deckard, Miss Sara Eppley, Miss Chattle Gelb, Miss Mary Smith, Miss Katherine Hench, Miss ' Bessie Snyder, Tobert Frits, of Har : rlsburg; Walter White, Edgar Smith, M. L. Wise, A. B. Taylor, Frank Kline, Charles Kline. Newton Heishley and .Mr. and Mrs, Philip Heishley. I On Saturday evening the family of ! W. L. Roberts, Dahlain street, and a • few friends, enjoyed a sleighride to i the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. White j In the valley. DEATH OFMRB. CRONE Special to The Telegraph Now Cumberland, Pa., March 3, —- Mrs. Catherine Crone, 63 years old, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Hostetter, in Market street, yesterday, after a short Illness, She was born In Warrington township, York county and came with her hud band to spend the winter with Mrs. Hostetter. She was the mother of twelve children, eleven of whom sur vive. Six sonß and five daughters. The funeral will take place on Friday morning at 8.30. A short service con ducted by the Rev. B. D. RoJahn will be held at Mr. Hostetter's home. Fur ther services at Emmanuel Church near Lewlsberry, where burial will be made. FUNERAL OF C. L. HALE Special to The Telegraph New Cumberland, Pa., Murch S. Many relatives and friends attended the funeral services of Conrad L. Hale yesterday morning. The Rev. J. V. Adams, paator of Baugliman Memo rial Church, conducted the services. A solo was rendered by Mrs. William Keister, and a male Quartet sang sev eral selections. The acting pallbearers were Charles Bond, C. H. Smith, H. W. Butlorff, George H, Reiff and Jacob Reiff. The honorary pallbearers wero J. J. Baughman, Clinton Keister, Harry Sweeney and E. M. Helm. CHIMNEY FIRE Special to The Telegraph New Cumberland, Pa., March 3. At an early hour yesterday the Citi zens' Fire Company was called to tho home of Mrs. Fry, corner of Fifth and Water streets. Mrs. Fry had made a fresh lire, which ignited the soot in the chimney. The fire was soon ex tinguished after the company had ar rived. CLASSES VISIT STEELTON Special to The Telegraph New Cumberland, Pa., March 3. Mrs. Howard Stone's Sunday school class and S. Schenck's class of Trinity United Brethren Church, visited tho United Brethren Sunday school at Steelton on Sunday. FIREMEN TO MEET Special to The Telegraph New Cumberland, Pa., March 3. A special meeting of New Cumber land Hose Company will be held on Thursday evening. DEATH OF HENRY P. SMALING Special to The Telegraph New Cumberland, Pa., March 3. After an illness of over a year, Henry P. Smaling, died of cancer on Monday afternoon. Mr. Smaling was born in Lancaster county and was 54 years I old. He was the last member of the Smaling family. He was a member of Trinity United Brethren Church and was greatly respected In the commun ity. His widow and the following children survive: Eaii, Elizabeth, Park, Miles and Ruth. The funeral will take place on Thursday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock from the home of his brother-in-law, N. F. Reed, on the corner of Market and Fifth streets, New Cumberland. The Rev. B. D. Ro- Jahn, pastor of Trinity United Breth ren Church, will have charge of the services. CLOSED ON ACCOUNT OF DEATH Special to The Telegraph New Cumberland, Pa., March 3. On account of the death of his brother-in-law, Henry P. Smaling, N. F. Reed's place of business will bo closed on Wednesday and Thursday. Headmaster of Conway Hall Speaks to Men at Annville Special to The Telegraph Annville, Pa., March 3.—ln spito of tlie disagreeable weather there was a big audience out to hear Dr. W. A. Hutchison, headmaster of Conway Hall, Carlisle, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The meeting was held under the auspices of the White Cross Sin gye Standard League of the college, and was the second public meeting held by the league. The meeting was a success in every particular, and the men were well repaid for attending. The special music for the occasion was furnished by J. Fred. Arnold, who rendered a solo on the chapel pipe organ, and a violin solo played by Philo A. Statton, accompanied by R. P. Campbell. Thomas Werner led the congregational singing. Recent Deaths in Central Pennsylvania Special to The Telegraph Columbia.—Mrs Anna Marie Mel linger, 83 years old, widow of the late Ell Melllnger, died on Sunday at her home In Wrightsville, from dropsy. Three children survive. Leola. —Mrs. Catharine Weaver, the oldest woman In this section of the county, and a lifelong resident, died yesterday in her ninety-flrst year. She was a daughter of the late Benjamin Barr, one of the leading men of this section. Six children, twenty-grand children, one brother and three sis ters survive. Sunbury.—Mrs. Isaac Blgneman, 54 years old. died at her homo In Mil ton, of paralysis. Her husband sur vives. New Holland.—Mrs. Matilda Ro land, 73 years old, died yesterday. Her husband ,one sister and a brother sur vive. i. Suilbury.—J. H. Htannert, SI years old, died at his home in Northumber land, of a general breakdown. He was a veteran of the Civil war. His widow and six children survive. * • There is no connection between the Curtis Publishing Company and the Public Ledger Company but this: that the name of Cyrus H. K. Curtis stands at the head of both companies. The Ladies' Home Journal and The Saturday Evening Post have reached enor mous circulations, have become powers in the publishing world, and are now advertising mediums of unmeasured strength, without forfeiting the respect of a single subscriber or a single advertiser, From these facts Mr. Curtis got such a belief in the unerring good sense of the public that he bought the Public Ledger with the inten tion of giving Philadelphia a news paper of which Philadelphia might be proud. Perry County Crows Are Killing Rabbits For Food Special to The Telegraph Duncannon, Pa., March 3.—Crows are not only killing partridges, but they are killing rabbits as well. A party of men were shoveling snow in Penn township' when they saw a half dozen or more crows flying around a certain spot and occasionally a crow would dive to the ground, peck at something and then fly away. On in vestigation the men discovered that the crows were picking a rabbit to death. YOUNG NURSE DIES Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., March 3. —Miss Edna C. Gertin, of this place, who was a member of the training school for nurses In the York Hospital, died In that institution about midnight Sat urday from typhoid fever. She was 22 years old. Miss Gcrfln was regarded as one of the most efficient nurses in the training school and had contracted tho disease while engaged In her work among typhoid fever patients. She was a daughter of Mrs. Sarah Gerfin, who, with one sister, Lena, survives. Miss Gerfln was an estimable young woman and a member of Trin ity Reformed Church here. Burial will take place on Wednesday In Mount Bethel Cemetery. JUSTICE RETIRES Special to The Telegraph Elizabethtown, Pa., March 3. —Squire John H. Epler after forty-live years' service as • Justice of the peace and conveyancer has retired from office on account of his Increasing years. He has been a faithful borough official and wrote many deeds, mortgages, etc. He is nearly 80 years old. RESISTANCE TO DISEASE Why Is It that one person can woi all day standing in cold water, slusi and snow with no harmful effeci while another with less exposure cor tracts colds, pneumonia, rheumatism sciatica or something equally din tresslng and dangerous? Because In the flrst case the bod was in such perfect balance that ther 1 was "resistance" to -isease. In tht second there was lack of tone thai invited 111 health. Keep your system toned up with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and foods thai once distressed you will be harmless, exposure will bring on fears of rheu matism and neuralgia and even germ diseases need hardly to be dreaded. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills assist diges tion, correct the lassitude, the palpi tation of the heart, shuky nerves and the pallor of face and lips that are the results of thin, impure blood. Try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for anaemia, rheumatism, neuralgia, ner vousness Take them as a tonic if you are not in the best physical condition an 4 cultivate a resistance that will keey> you well and strong. Get a box from the nearest drug store and begin this treatment now. Seud to the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y.. for a free [booklet, "Building Up the Blood.''— Advertlaemout. MARCH 3, 1914. United Brethren Orchestra of Lykens Elects Officers Special to The Telegraph Lykens, Pa., March 3.—On Sunday the members of the United Brethren Orchestra elected officers for the year as follows: President, W. R. Zimmer man, clarinetist; vice-president, C. E. Rettinger, bass violin; secretary. Ho mer C. Diebler, trombone; treasurer, William Woodslde, first cornet. Mr. Woodside was also elected leader. The other members are Frank Miller, flrst cornet. Claude Sittllnger, second cor net. William Kratzer, llrst violin; Charles Dietrich, flrst violin; Charles Romberger, alto; Harry Shamper, flute; Miss Florence Romberger and Miss Eva Fausnacht, pianists. The orchestra has been in existence for more than eighteen years and two of the original members are still In the organization. The orchestra furnishes music for Sunday school and church services of all kinds, besides many calls outside of the church. During the summer months the orchestra adds a few members and forms a brass band. ZEBU BORN AT HERSHEY ZOO Special to The Telegraph Hershey, Pa., March 3.—Several days ago a male zebu was born in the stable In Hershey Park. Notwith standing the extreme cold weather, the little animal is doing well and is much larger than a small lamb. The zebus are known as the sacred cattle of India, and are distinguished by a high fatty lump on the withers, also by the prevalent ashy color. They | have large drooping ears, enormous ! levvlap and several other stru -tural peculiarities. This makes the llfth ad dition to the zebu family In the Her shey Park. We Have the Largest and Best Equipped Commercial PR)N 1 ING P.ant in Central Pennsylvania. Who Does Yonr Printing? ft GOOD ft PRINTING THE TELEGRAPH PRINTING CO. Prl»tll(>-BlB4lit—Deal|«li( Photo-Basra rfni HARRISDURG, PA. *> * Engineer's Clothing Torn Off and Two Ribs Broken Columbia, Pa., March 3.—Martin K. Landis, engineer at the Columbia roll ing mill, met with a painful accident this morning' in which he had a nar row escape from death. He was mak ing some repairs to a conveyor when his clothing was caught by the ma chinery and torn from his body. Ho was removed to his home, where a physician found that he had hustained I two fractured ribs on his right side. 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