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(3fetffl^pci)nayLVAniafteigs] ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP LEBANON HOME Bomb Thrown Through Window Into Parlor of Dwelling Fails to Explode Special to The Telegraph Lebanon, Pa., July 16.—Harry Fox, manager of the Grand bowling alleys In this city, asserts that someone tried to blow up his home and destroy it with flre. His suspicion arises from the fact that he found a gasoline bomb in the parlor of his home and near it a number of burnt matches which had evidently been thrown through the window after the bomb in the hope of firing it after the original fuse had failed to cause an explosion. The bomb was made of a glass bottle, witu a fuse drawn through the cork, and Its clumsy construction caused the iuse to go out when it struck the floor. Mr. Fox is unable to account for any ene mies who could have resorted to such revenge. The police are investigating the case. Lebanon Pastor Assigned to Work in South America Special to The Telegraph Lebanon, Pa., July 16. —The Rev. Dr. M. H. Stine, pastor of the Seventh Street Lutheran Church, this city, has been signally honored by the board of home missions of the Lutheran Church by appointment to thoroughly investi gate the church and its missions lo cated in New Amsterdam, British Guiana. South America. Dr. Stine has been given a leave of absence by his congregation for one year and will start on his Journey next month. EXGAGEMKXT ANNOUNCED Special to The Telegraph Lebanon, Pa., July 16.—At a social gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Gleim to-day announcement was made of the engagement of their daughter. Miss Edith Dudley Gleim, to Dr. Ira H. Spangler, a prominent den tist of this city. Miss Gleim besides being socially prominent is contralto scloist of the -Fourth Street Presby terian choir and is an active worker in the Sunday school. Dr. Spangler is ateo a vocalist in Trinity United Breth ren choir. HISTORIANS VISIT SELINSGROVE Special to The Telegraph Selinsgrove, Pa., July 16. —> Five members of the Pennsylvania His torical Commission visited Selinsgrove this week to view the town's object of greatest historical interest, the Gov ernor Snyder mansion, in North Mar ket street, and the Governor Snyder monument in the First Lutheran Cemetery. The distinguished party in cluded ex-Attorney General Hampton L. Carson, Philadelphia; ex-Attorney General W. U. Hensel, Lancaster; \V. ] M. Stevenson, president of the Pitts burgh Chamber of Commerce; George P. Donehoe, D. D., Coudersport, and Burd Patterson, secretary of the His torical Society .of Western Pennsyl vania and former editor of the Pitts burgh Times. SCHOOL BOARD ORGANIZES Special to The Telegraph Xew German town. Pa.. July 16. Toboyne township school board organ ized by electing the following officers; j President. M. H. Shearer; vice-presi dent, Oliver S. Bistline; secretary, James A. Noel; treasurer, J. T. McCon nell. The schools of the township will be let on Saturday evening, July 18. DEATH OF SAMUEL LOCKARD Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., July 16. Samuel Lockard. assistant foreman of the floating gang on the low grade line of the Pennsylvania Railroad, died at his home here at an early hour to-dav trom septic meningitis. Lockard had worked and was in his usual health up i to Sunday, when he was stricken at his ] home. He was 4 7 years old and is i survived by his wife. BOY SCOUTS OX HIKE Columbia, Pa., July 16. Frank Heckel. Daniel Strlckier and Andrew Auwerter, three Boy Scouts, returned home to-day from a fifty-one-mile hike which they completed in 17 hours and carried all their baggage. ''villi Of the Vast Army of former coffee drinkers can tell of freedom from coffee * troubles since the change to Postum— "There's a Reason" The coffee-drug, caffeine, is a common but often unsuspected cause ~ headache, nervousness, heart flutter, indigestion, and various other ills. // Postum is the easy, pleasant way back to comfort It is rom caffeine or any other drug has fine color—a de p 1 lightful Java-like taste, and is within reach of all |nil'll 4j\ Regular Postum —must be boDed lsc and 25c pkgs. » \ Instant Postum a soluble powder—made in the cup with hot Til Grocers sell both kinds, and the cost per cup is about the same, -^/y THURSDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH JULY 16, 1914. Stoverdale Camp Grounds Being Greatly Improved Special to The Telegraph I Stoverdale, Pa., July 16. Misses | Marguerite Engle, Elizabeth F.ngle, I Kdna E. Dowdell and Dorothy Dowdell are enjoying a week's outing at Clyf j rest cottage. Miss Katherine Phillips was the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Mar garet Ellenberger, at Oak Glen. The Rev. O. G. Romlg, of Hershey, spent Wednesday at his cottage. Miss Ruth Enck and Miss Miriam Enck, of Philadelphia, are the guests ol' Misses Esta and Ruth Kilmer at Pine View. The Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Miller, of Penbrook.who will assist the Rev. O. G. Romlg with the Stoverdale campmeet ing, spent several hours in the grove. Miss Edith Lewis is spending sev eral days at the Sylva. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Shern and son, of Montevista cottage, are spending several days at their Harrlsburg home. Many improvements have been made in the grove this season by the campers. A new cottage has been erected and many cottage owners have Improved their cottages by building porches, etc. The owner of the grove, Edw<ird Stover, had fourteen huge trees removed yesterday. The dead trees were cut down In order to pre vent the cottages from being destroyed by falling limbs. The majority of those cut were large hickory trees. IF YOU ARE OPEN TO CONVIC TION On the matter of a piano, you owe It to yourself to at least see and hear the twenty makes on display at the J. H. Troup Music House IB South Market Square.—Advertisement. News Items of Interest in Central Pennsylvania Special to The Telegraph Hazleton.—The mine workers at the Cranberry colliery of A. Pardee & Co. yesterday got notice from C. P. Neill, of New York, umpire of the An.thra cite Conciliation Board, that they lost their contention for extra payment on the placing of props and sheetlron In their chambers. Shenandoah. —Anthony Ross, 21 years old, employed as a conductor at Kehley Run colliery, fell under a lo comotive yesterday and was crushed to death. Mt. Carmel.—The body of John To lan, 30 years, single, was found along the railroad near this city. His skull was fractured, both legs crushed and hand cut off. Tamaqua. Frank Wollnsky, aged 40 years, employed as a miner at Maryd colliery, was blown to atoms by an explosion of twenty sticks of dyna mite. Shamokln. —A large slaughterhouse owned by Frank Wenlck was destroy ed by fire yesterday. The loss will reach several thousand dollars. Wilkes-Barre. Because a dog snapped at him, Andrew Nyawillis, of Hanover, who does not own a gun. tied a rope about the dog's neck and hanged him to a tree, according to Policeman Henry Lloyd, who swore out a warrant for the arrest of Nya willis and charged him with cruelty to animals. Allentown.—On account of a dis agreement with the owner of a corn field, who does not want his crop disturbed, the project of South Allen town to trect a $40,000 water plant is being held up. The prospective value of the corn on the strip is at most $lO. Coaldale. —Thomas Filer, 4 5 years old, and Alex. W. Jones, aged 27 years, were caught In 'a gas explosion and seriously burned. They were removed to the' State Hospital here. NEW UNIFORMS FOR BAND Blaln, Pa., July 16.—Blain Cornet Band has placed an order for new uni forms. The organization has a mem bership of about thirty and they ex pect their new suits here in time to don them on the day of the Blain annual union picnic at Sherman's Park on Saturday, August 8. VICTIM ARRESTS FORGER Lebanon. Pa., July 16.—While walk ing along Eighth street on Wednesdav evening Howard M. Bright, proprietor of the Keystone Cafe, recognized a stranger he met as the man who had passed a forged check on him last week. Mr. Bright pluckily collared the fellow and held him until a policeman could be summoned and the man was taken to city hall. i PREPING CIMP OF THIRD BRI6ADE. 11.0. P. Advance Details From Various Or ganizations Are Erecting Tents at Selinsgrove Special to The Telegraph Selinsgrove. Pa., July 16.—Colonel William A. Mann, of the United States Army, has been detailed as camp com mander for the Third Brigade, which opens here Saturday. He will be ten dered a review of the forces Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Advance de tails of several organizations reached here this week and began the erection of canvas. First of the troops to arrive will be the Sheridan Troop, from Tyrone, due Friday at I.SO p. m. Troops K and I and separate battalion of infantry will reach camp at 6 o'clock that evening. Troops I and M will ride to camp, the one from Sunbury and the other from Lewisburg. The Ninth Infantry will be here about 7 o'clock. Companies C and D. Fifth United States Infantry, will arrive hero to-morrow. Governor Tener and his staff will visit camp Wednesday, the 22d, at which time the chief executive will re view the troops following their in spection by Major M. H. Taggart. of Northumberland, of the department of inspection general. TEACHERS CHOSEN Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., July 16.—Washing ton township school board at their regular meeting elected the following teachers for the ensuing terms: Asp ers, J. C. Leathery; Airy Hill, A. S. Brown; Gigdam, Mary Evans; Bar rens, Mabel Bentz; Darr's, E. A. Brown; Danner's, W. A. Senner; Gochenours. B. E. Joseph; Kalltown, Amy Kost; Kimmel's. C. W. Krall; Mine Bank, J. K. Cadwallder; Weav er's, Alma Firestone. FUNERAL OF VETERAN Special to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg, Pa., July 16.—Fu neral services of the late Alfred S. Martin were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church. He was a veteran of the Civil War, confined eleven months In Andersonville prison. He was burled with the honors of war In Chestnut Hill Cemetery. QUARRYMAN'S LEGS CRUSHED Special to The Telegraph Lebanon, Pa., July 16.-—Frank Coi vlen, a quarryman, employed at the Calcite stone quarries at Myerstown, was struck by a car which ran down a chute after a wire rope tore and both legs were crushed and may have to be amputated. The victim of the accident is 2S years old. SOCIETY HOLDS SOCIAL Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa.. July 16.—0n Tues day the Women's Missionary Society of the Dillsburg United Brethren charge, held a social at the home of Mrs. Henry Kinter, of Beavertown. A short program was rendered after which refreshments were served to those present from the various ehurchse of the charge. TO COLONIZE PALESTINE Special to The Telegraph Columbia. Pa.. July 16.—Hebrews of Lancaster city and county held a meet ing in the Degel Israel Synagogue, at Lancaster. Tuesday night and formed a branch society of the Miz richi movement to aid in the recol onlzation of Palestine by the Jewish race. Those in attendance made lib eral contributions to the fund now ze ing raised for that purpose. EMPLOYES TO GO TO CHURCH Special to The Telegraph Sunbury, Pa., July 16.—The Ameri can Express Company, which recently took over the business of the United States Express Company In this ter ritory, has posted a notice In which It urges Its employes to attend church. It is the first corporation locally that was ever known to make this request of Its men. No work will be done on that day except that which the neces sities of the business demand. | WEST SHORE NEWS | Athletic Event Program at New Cumberland Picnic New Cumberland. Pa., July 16. Arrangements have been completed for the union picnic of New Cumber land's Sunday schools at Wllllajna Grove on Saturday. The schedule of events will be as follows: F*ungo hitting, free for all; ball throwing contest, free for all; base ball game at 9.30 a. m., Married and Single Men; wheeling match, ladies over 16: penny hunt, boys 1 to 4 years; penny hunt, girls 1 to 4 years; peanut hunt, boys 4 to 7 years; peanut hunt, girls 4 to 7 years: ball throwing con test, girls 12 to 16 years; peanut shell ing contest, girls 7 to 12 years; egg race, girls 12 to 18 years; shoe con test. boys 7 to 12 years: swimming contest, tree for all; hurdle race, boys 16 to 21 years; 220-yard dash, young men; broad Jump, free for all; 100- yard dash, free for all; nail-drlvlng contest, women; eating contest, boys 7 to 12 years; tug-of-war, married and single men. snCIPE OF STOCK DEALER Marysvllle, Pa., July 16. —Bryan Gibney, one of the best known auc tioneers and stockdealers of Perry county, committed suicide late yester day afternoon by hanging himself in a barn on his farm near Shermansdale. RATTLESNAKE AT MARVSVIiLE Marysvllle, Pa., July 16.—While D. E. Gelb, a clerk in the local freight yards was walking along the McKen zie road, with his father, Yardmaster J. C. F. Geib, yesterday, a large dia mond back rattlesnake crawled across his foot. The snake made no attempt to strike him, and was crawling peace fully away, when it was killed. It measured over three feet and had twelve-rattles and a button. NO SCHOOL PRINCIPAL CHOSEN Marysvllle, Pa., July 16.—Marys vllle School Board has reorganized and elected the following offlfflcers: President, Pr. E. W. Snyder: vice president, John W. Ashenfelter; secre tary. J. L. Hain: treasurer, H, J. Deckard. Two ballots were taken for the election of a principal, but no choice was made. HOLY COMMUNION SERVICE Marysvllle, Pa., July 16.—Hf>ly communion service will be held In the Methodist Episcopal Church next Sunday evening, at 7.30 o'clock. FUNERAL OF MRS. WILLARR Marysvllle. Pa., July 16.—The fu neral of Mrs. Susan Amanda Willard who died last Monday, was held from the home of her son, Harry Willard, In Myrtle avenue, yesterday after noon, at 2.30 o'clock. Burial took place in the Chestnut Grove Ceme tery. LAYING CROSSINGS New Cumberland. Pa., July 16. — Borough council Is having granolithic crossings laid at several of the streets In town. ENTERTAINER FOR GUEST New Cumberland. Pa.. July 16. Miss Marjorie- Oren. of Bridge street, entertained complimentary to her guest, Miss Martha Hoke, of Newport. The guests were: Misses Florence Garver, Gertrude Watts, Miriam Len hart, Burgess Broadhurst,. Claude Heffleman, Chester Good, of New Cumberland, and Robert Mathlas, of Mt. Washington. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON New Cumberland, Pa., July 16. Mr. and Mrs. John Fager, of Geary street, announce the birth of a son, Monday, July 13. Pastor of Trindle Spring Church to Be Installed Special to The Telegraph Mechaniesburg, Pa.. July 16. —On Sunday the recently elected pastor of the Trindle Spring Lutheran Church will be.installed with Impressive cere mony. In the morning, the charge to the pastor will be given by the Rev. S. A. Games, father of the pastor, and In the evening, the charge to the peo ple will be given by the Rev. Dr. George M. Dlffenderfer, of Carlisle, president of the West Pennsylvania Synod. The installation ceremonies will be held under the direction of the latter. Music appropriate to the oc casion will be rendered. YOUNG WOMAN KILLED IN OHIO Special to The Telegraph Lewistown, Pa., July 16.—Reeds ville has received word from Cuya hoga Falls, Ohio, that Miss Irene Bailey, while visiting her sister there, met death unuer the wheels of a Bal timore and Ohio passenger train. Miss Bailey's companion, a young man by the name of Lawrence Reeder, of Akron, Ohio, was killed at the same time. The young couple had attend ed an entertainment and at a fall road crossing a freight train passed and they hurried over the track and walked right In front of a speeding passenger train. Miss Bailey was 20 years old. RADSUM FOR BLINDNESS Special to The Telegraph Milton, Pa., July 16.—1n an effort to restore the sight of Grace Horn berger, 15 years old, who has been blinded since 1912, doctors took her to a Reading hospital yesterday, where the radium treatment will be tried. It Is planned to apply the radium tube to the eyes, and keep It there as long as she can bear It, without blistering. It Is admittedly an experi ment, but It Is believed It will achieve the desired results. POSTMASTER AT BACHMANVILLE Special to The Telegraph Bachmanvllle, Pa., July 16.—Yes terday the Post Office Department at Washington announced the appoint ment of Samuel S. Bachman as post master of Bachmanvllle. Cat Left Doomed Ship at Quebec and Is Saved Special to The Telegraph London, July 16.—After a lecture at the Occult Club last night upon psychic experiences, a woman speaker referred to the strange behavior of the cat on board the Empress of Ireland. When the vessel was about to leave Quebec the cat came hurrying down the gangway, bearing her two kittens in her mouth. Efforts were made to her to return, but, although she made the vessel her regular home, even when it was in port, nothing could persuade her to go back. She was allowed to take up her abode In a shed, and consequently escaped de struction. j !——. " - liny here not alone because Briers an lower, but beeanae qualltlea ara be(J 0 Store Closes To-morrow at Noon Many Noteworthy Items in Summer Goods Are to Be Had Here To-morrow at SPECIAL FRIDAY PRICES If you would share in the bargain festival which this store presents for Friday, you must get here before 12 o'clock noon. If you will read this advertisement carefully, you will come, for the offerings are truly unusual. ————————————————2s c stamped readymade bou- IV ASI I 11XJ doir ca P s; Frida y P rice 12 * IvX 1 L-*L*ll>| * 2Sc burlap table scarfs; Friday Lot $1 and $2 ladies' untrimmed hats, black and colors; ->e^" Ce u' \"j " 'J'' "W Friday 10? embroidered cushion tops; Lot high grade flowers and feather fancies, 25c to $1 value; Pj'*? 6 , '''', IP? Fridav IOC stamped infants caps; Fn -25c hat frames; Friday 9C price ............ 15c 10c and 25c fancy straw braids; Friday, yard 1? "c men s wash neckties; Fri- All summer and outing hats at greatly reduced prices. 25c a^fancy e buttons *'' Friday * price, dozen 3? Friday Bargains Selected at Random From Our Various children's fancy top Departments. *°? ks: Frida y P ric *, ••• •** 25c ivory manicure files, shoe 25c fancy crepe plaids, 36 12% c and 17c ladies' and chil- buttoners, etc.; Friday price inches wide; Friday price dren's sun bonnets; Friday 5^ <>? price 9? 25c long chains; Friday price 25c colored ratine, all colors; 50c percale bungalow aprons; 5^ Friday price • • 25c ladies plain and striped 50c blue and white 14-nn^rt 25c colored satin stripe crepes wash skirts' Fridav nrice i j- u and voiles; Friday wash sk.ru, Friday priceenamel dish pans; Friday Q'At 25c baby caps; Friday priced 35cTarge' siie matting ' rug's; 18c galatea cloth; Friday price 25c shadow flouncing, 18 inches Friday price 19? 9$ wide; Friday price ... 15? 39c large size foot tu b s Frid ' ay 10c black and white figured S °' I „£"'^ ded '""J? r ' b !'° n ' P"« 25? lawn; Friday price p ' e white, Friday 25c and 35c enamel coffee pots, , , . - / P nce - slightly imperfect; Friday 25c plain colored mercerized 25c ruching and filling; Friday pr jc e 1()£ crepe cloth; Friday price price 1(V t . . • J 10? 25c children's readymade L ° . na , and C " ame i^ re ' white ratine, 36 inches stamped dresses; Friday wide; Friday price .... IT? price 15? pnCCS s* and 10 * 50c lace and embroidery corset c stamped corset covers; Fri- f —. covers; Friday price...2s? da V P n " • * Special Sale of 25c lace and embroidery corset 25c stamped work bags; Friday . covers; Friday price . . 14? P rl « 10? Laces and Embroideries 50c children's rompers, plain day 3 price lonsi Ps, n Large selection of absolutely and striped; Friday price, 2Sc j linen doilies- Friday " e Y J 00 !"' 3 recent s P e " 25rt . ' „ y \ cial purchase, now being P rice | offered at 25c children s dresses; Friday 25c laundry bags; Friday price ! mi ~ price 10? I FKICE 1c to 23c Department Store Where Every Day 215 Market Street Opp. Courthouse Used Opiates to Subdue Unruly Prisoner at Columbia Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., July 16. —-John Bow ers, of Yonkers, N. Y., celebrated his visit to this place by going on a pro longed spree snd when he was locked up in the station house by Officers Campbell and Blain he began to de molish the interior of the building. The man became so violent that it became necessary to handcuff him and tie him with a hitching rope. Being a man of considerable strength, it was deemed advisable to summon a phy sician to examine him, but the doctor could do nothing with him until after he had administered opiates. He then calmed down and was taken to jail by Chief Campbell. Several hundred people were attracted to the scene by his actions. BET/I; FOR DILLSBURG CHURCH Special to The Telegraph Dlllsburg. Pa., July 16. A large bell for the new Lutheran Church, now under construction, arrived at the local depot yesterday. The bell is nearly five feet high and four feet in diameter .and weighs over 2200 pounds. It was purchased by the Christian Endeavor Society. mm— TELLS WOMEN How Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound Kept Her in Health for 14 Years. Shippensburg, Pa.—" It was several pears ago that I started taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ,ijlß ble Compound. I then suffered terri ijijf ijgl'l bly every month. My life* Mgj| husband bought me HI a bottle of it and it §| 'a|i helped me right filawßy. Then after m my second child was born I had a female very badly . v/jW land I used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound and in a short time was cured and have been in excellent health since. I always praise the Compound whenever I have an opportunity as I know it helped me and will help others. Lately I have given the Compound to my daughter and I wish all suffering women would take it and be convinced of its worth."—Mrs. JAMES A. BEIDEL, 113 N. Penn Street, Shippensburg, Pa. Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day holdß the record of being the most successful remedy for female ills we know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials on file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to prove this fact If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound will help you, write to Lydia E.PinkhamMedicineCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad vice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. Big Crowd and High Prices at Country Sale Special to The Telegraph Grantvllle, Pa., July 16.—The larg est sale held In this community for many years was that at the home of the late Susanna Urlch at Harper's yesterday. Miss Urlch was the last of the Urlch family, a wealthy and Influential one, and all the personal property once owned by the parents was sold at public, sale, in spite of the rain all day there was an Immense crowd of people there, which remind ed one rather of a campmeetlng or some other large gathering. Many people from a distance came especial ly to buy old relics and therefore prices ran high. An accident hap pened to Miss M. Elizabeth Urlch, of Grantvllle, who stumbled over a mat tress, fell and broke her leg at the knee. SECRETARY BRYAN AT COLUMBIA Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., July 16.—William J. Bryan will lecture at the Columbia Chautauqua on Friday evening, July 24, taking the place of Senator Ken yon, of lowa, who is unable to be present. OFFICE DEsts I Office Furniture— IT'S A FAVORITE TOPIC OF OURS, FOR WE ARE SO WELL EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR EVERY WANT. THERE'S NOTHING NEEDED TO FACILITATE THE WORK OF THE OFFICE THAT WE CAN'T CHAIRS, FILING CABINETS, FLOOR COVER ING—AND OUR PRICES WILL IMPRESS YOU WITH THEIR FAIRNESS. Two Between Season Offerings REVOLVING DESK CHAIR, wood seat, FA golden oak, dull finish ROLL TOP DESK, solid oak, sanitary style, 97 wooden pigeon hole boxes, 50 inches long ■ BURNS & COMPANY Home Furnishers Office Outfitters NEW TELEPHONE SWITCHBOARD Special to The Telegraph Blaln, Pa., July 16. The Perry County Telephone and Telegraph Com pany has installed a new switchboard In the exchange at Loysville. More lines are connected with this switch board than any other In the county. A Home Recipe For Wrinkled, Saggy Skin The famous saxolite lotion recom mended by beauty specialists for re moving wrinkles and for reducing dis tended pores, can be easily made at home. Ask your druggist for saxolite in powdered form. 1 02., and H pint witch hazel. Dissolve the powder in the witch hazel and bathe the face, neck and hands in the Re sults are remarkable, ar.d instantan eous. The skin tightens, and this na turally reduces the wrinkles, as well as creases or folds about the neck, cheeks or hands. The tissue beneath the skin also becomes firmer and more solid. One feels much refreshed and ex hilarated after using this truly wonder ful and harmless wash lotion. Its con tinued use once a day for only a short time makes the average person look ten or fifteen years younger.