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96TH ANNIVERSARY OF 000 FELLOWSHIP Big Parade and Celebration at j Bloomsburg Witnessed by 25,000 Visitors l'-loomsburg. Pa_, April 23. —Lodges from Lycoming, Center. Northumber land, Snyder, Union, Moutour, Columbia and Tioga counties, gather ed here to-day and observed the nine ty-sixth anniversary of the organiza tion of the Independent Order of Odd I Fellows. A big parade was held, led ] by the band of boys from the Central Pennsylvania Orphans' Home of the order. All along the line of march the unique organization received a big ovation. The town is a blaze of color with every business place and nearly every private residence "decorated with the three links of the order, combined with the red, white and blue. Boy scouts were active. Scattered along the line of march they served refreshments to the thousands in line. 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"Everything for the Garden" Walter S. Scheli "Quality Seeds" 1307-09 MARKET ST. Did You Receive The Telegraph Yesterday on Time? IS THIS YOLK CARRIER? Each day a strict record is kept in this office of the ac tual time consumed in serv- k ing the Telegraph to its sub^ From the time the papers leave the press every minute J » must be accounted for and there is no loafing on the .. k This carrier serves the Telegraph in the following ' .m. odd side; Walnut street, vents kumherman 1300 to 1600. ' Carrier No. 54 17 minutes from the tlm« the papers left the press the carrier's bundle of papers delivered to him at Thirteenth and State streets. 3 minutes were consumed by the carrier in recounting his papers 1 minute more and subscribers were being served with the Telegraph. 21 Minutes From Press to Home If ycu reside In this section, or any otner section of Harrisburg you can enjoy the same prompt service and have the 'rtleeraph delivered at your home within the hour. ' • Give your subscription to the carrier or telephone the Circulation Department (or fill iu the subscription blank below). 6c HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH a Week Delivered at Your Home SUBSCRIPTION BLANK < i Date 11.... The Harrlsburr Telegraph: Please deliver the Telegraph dally until further notice at the \ rate of six cents a week and have your regular collector call for payment every two weeks. Nasae I! Address ...i ; FRIDAY EVENING, HARRIS BURG TELEGRAPH 'APRIL 23, 1915. More than twenty-seven bands, direct-, ed by Lynn J. James, of Bloomsburg, massed and played a concert. The boys' band was under the direction of William H. Calhoun, Northumberland, who, lias spent many months in or ganizing it. During the day the mem bers were the guests of W. W\ Fagley, and the local lodge of the order. Oscar Lowenburg, president of town council, made the address of welcome 'to the visitors. J. William Stroh, of | Sunbury, president of the association, gave the response. Thousands of men were in line and more than 25,000 strangers were in the borough, taxing hotels to their capacity. A business session was held in the morning. SOUTH MOUNTAIN FIRE # Two Hundred and Fifty Acres of line Timber Burned Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa.. April 23.—One of I the most disastrous forest tires visiting the Black Corner section of South Mountain for many years, had its be ginning Wednesday afternoon. The wind was blowing nard at the time. As soon as the tire started, members of the State Forestry Academy at Mont Alto, were notified, and sixty of the rangers went to the scene. They , were assisted by one hundred resi dents of the mountain, and fought the tire all Wednesday night and did not get it under control until noon Thurs day. The tire did thousands of dol lars' damage to the tine timber and swept over an area of at least two hundred and fifty acres. PASTOR INSTALLED Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro. Pa., April 23.—The Rev. J. M. Rutherford was installed as pastor of the rPesbyterian Church last night. There were a number of visit tug ministers present. Standard Remedy For Many Homes! Indigestion and constipation are 4 two conditions closely related and. the cause of much physical suffer-j ing. The tendency to indulge one's| ; appetite is general, so that mostj ! people suffer at some time or an-| other from rebellion of the taxed organs of digestion and* elimination. A simple, pleasantly t T effective remedy that will quickly! relieve the congestion of poison-T | ous waste and restore regularity, I j is the combination of simple laxa-| | tive herbs with pepsin, sold in drug? I stores under the name of Dr. Cald-f I well's Syrup Pepsin. This is at | mild, pleasant laxative-tonic and? digestant, absolutely free from I | opiates or narcotic drugs and hast | been the standard household rem-| I edy in countless homes for many? years. A free trial" bottle can bet I obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. i I Caldwell. 4.t2 Washington St., i Monticello, Ills. ( j Rheumatism in Joints ; Pain Disappears and Swelling; Van ishes in a Few Day: That is what happens if you use | Rheuma, the wonderful remedy that j H. C. Kennedy and all druggists sell jon the "money back if not cured" plan. There is a vast amount of rheu i matism in this vicinity, anil if you ! know any sufferer, call his attention | to this generous offer. RUeuma is a quick-acting prescrip tion. You tvfll'knftw your cheumatism 1 is leaving twenty-four hours after you j take the tirst dose. It dissolves the , uric acid and drives it from its lodging ■ place. Mrs. Alice A. Brown. Ithaca. X. Y.. j writes: "For seven years I suffered , greatly with rheumatism In my hip; j at night I was scarcely able to sleep. | One bottle of Rheuma cured me." That sounds miraculous, but Rheuma I does miraculous things. Fifty cents a bottle. —Advertisement. WEST SHORE NEWS IN CHARGE OF EXPRESS I New Cumberland, Pa.. April 23. — Roy Mowery has taken charge of the West Shore Express wagon. PLAT BY SENIOR CLASS New Cumberland. Pa.. April 23.— 1 Last evening the Family Theater was , crowded to hoar the play given by the > senior class of the high school. The play will be repeated to-night. TOOK CLASS FOR FLOWERS New Cumberland. Pa.. April 23. Miss Helen Fogelsonger, teacher of the primary school, took her pupils to Rosemont Park for wild Mowers yes terday. REPAIRING MARKET STREET New Cumberland. Pa., April 23. George Mowery, supervisor of Lower Allen township, and a force of work men are at work repairing and grad ing the upper end of Market street. FORREST WILLIAMS ILL Forrest Williams is very ill at his home at Hillside. WOMAN FALLS FROM LADDER Special to The Telegraph Lewisfcown, Pa.. April 23.—Mrs. Elizabeth Clemens met with a serious accident yesterday. She was papering at the residence of Daniel Arnold and while on a stepladder made a long reach to place a piece of the paper, when the ladder tilted. She fell to the floor on her head, receiving injuries that have since confined her to her home. BLAIN QUARTERLY CONFERENCE Special to The Telegraph Blain, Pa., April 23.—Yesterday the first quarterly conference of the Blain Methodist Episcopal charge, was held in the church here, in charge of the Rev. Dr. A. S. Fasick, of Carlisle, dis trict superintendent. DEER FOR BLAIN COUNTY Special to The Telegraph Lewistown, Pa., April 23.—Counties of the State are being stocked with wild Kame. Mifflin county recently re*, ccived a consignment of English pheasants, and now Blair county has been given seven fine deer which' have been liberated by the State game au thorities on the mountain near "Rig gle's Gap." Other deer will be receiv ed later. The deer were consigned to Lem Ale. game protector of Bellwood. The shipment was under the care of the Blair County Game, Fish and For estry Association. 01>I> FELLOWS' OFFICERS Special to The Telegraph Blain, Pa.. April 23.—Officers in stalled by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Blain lodge. No. 706, are as follows: Noble grand. A. D. Nei digh; vice-grand. W. H. Sheaffer; trus tee. R. K. Hench: secretary, S. E. Ar nold: assistant secretary, C. R. Hench; chaplain, H. C. Henry; guardian, G. F. Stine; warden. C. R. Hench; right supporter to noble grand. J. F. Shan non; left supporter to noble grand, J. M. Moose; right supporter to vice grand, A. G. Gray; left supporter to vice-grand, Creigh Patterson. TWENTY-FIVE POIND CARP Special to The Telegraph Marietta, Pa.. April 23.—The largest carp ever caught in this section was captured yesterday afternoon by Sam uel Brown, an ex-ball player, who sev eral years ago lost his arm in an ac cident at Ilarrisburg. The fish weighed nearly twenty-five pounds and was 26 inches long. Mr. Brown in order to land the fish had to call assistance. "GET-ACQUAINTED" MEETING Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., April 23.—Last even ing tlie Presbyterian congregation held an annual meeting and reunion in the chapel, which was crowded with mem bers. The pastor, the Rev. Dr. George' Wells Eby, had charge and those in attendance were entertained with a musical and literary program. At the conclusion of the exercises, all in at tendance were treated to Ice cream and cakes. This event is observed as "a get-acquainted" meeting and the object is to more closely unite the membership of the church, which is quite large. • MARRIED IN JANUARY Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa.. April 23.—Dr. F. Earl Boyd, veterinarian, who has been prac ticing his profession here the past few months, and Miss Margaret Groome, a well-known saleslady in the office of the Columbia Candy Company, have surprised their friends by announcing their marriage, which took place at Carlisle last January. They will re side in Columbia. ADDRESS BY C. E. SECRETARY Columbia. Pa., April 23.—William Shaw,-LL. D., of Boston, Mass.. general secretary of the T'nited Societies of Christian Endeavor, will deliver an address, in the Presbyterian Church in this place to-morrow evening. Mr. Shaw is a candidate for governor in his own State at the coming elec tion. INJURED IN TABERNACLE RUSH Hagerstown. Md„ April 23.—During the rush after the meeting at the Biederwolf evangelistic meeting on Wednesday night Mrs. Carrrie French fell down a short flight of steps, break ing her right arm and sustaining other serious injuries. CAREFUL DOCTOR Prescribed Change or Food Instead of Drugs It' takes considerable courage for a doctor to deliberately prescribe only i food for a despairing patient, instead j of resorting to the usual list of medi- I cines. | Some truly scientific physicians rec j ognize and treat conditions as they arc | and should be treated. Here's an in stance: | "Four years ago I was taken with ! severe gastritis and nothing would stay on my stomach, so that X was on the I verge of starvation. "I heard of a doctor who had a sum- I mer cottage near me—a specialist • from N. Y„ and, sis a last hope, sent ror him. "After he examined me carefully he I advised me to fry a small quantity of Grape-Nuts at first, then as my stom ach became stronger to eat more. "I kept at it and gradually began to have color in my face, memory be came clear, where before everything seemed a t>lank. My limbs got strong jer and 1 could walk. So I steadily re covered. "Now after a year on Grape-Nuts I | weigh 153 lbs. My people were surpris ed at the way 1 grew fleshy and strong on this food." Name given by Postuin Co., Battle • 'reek. Mich. Read. "The Road to Wellville, in pkgs. "There's a Rea son." Ever read llie above letter? A new one api>ears from time to time. 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Miss Helen Ritter, of New Burlinville, was awarded a prize for being the champion public school pupil of the county in the matter of punctuality. Katie Fry, of the same school, is a candidate for equal honors, not having missed a day in her school life thus fju\ llazlcton. —Struck by a flying brake iron which fell from a car as it passed the Lehigh Valley train on which he was working, Harrison Miller, of McAdoo, died at the State hospital here. Hazleton. —Ralph Corty, ffcsessor ot Kline township, was instantly killed in the Green Mountain colliery of the Le high and Wilkes-Barre Coal Company by a rush of coal and rock. Allentown. Despondent over the death of his wife, James Shaffer, hod carrier, 50 years old, slashed his wrists with a razor and hia death is expected. Shenandoah. Enock GorlicU and Michael Kosack were seriously, if not fatally, burned in a gas explosion at West Shenandoah colliery to-day. Pittston. —While engaged in remov ing coal pillars in the Erie Company mine yesterday John Roach, aged 55, was killed by a fall of loose rock. Mahanoy City. A $3,300 seven passenger touring car caught fire near Morea yesterday and was destroyed. The car was owned by Harry J. Krebs, a pharmacist, of this city. Mahanoy City.—Falling twelve feet from a porch where she was hanging out clothes to the ground below, Mrs. George Chankin sustained fatal in juries. MalianoyCity—Playing with matches at New Boston. Beatrice Bloss, aged 5, set fire to her clothing and will prob ably die,. BIG MUSICAL COMEDY ACT AT COLO MAI. An audience that packed the popular playhouse to the doors last evening, enjoyed "Tlie Bachelor Dinner" at the Colonial Theater. This is a big musi cal comedy act, tne biggest in fact that was ever presented at the Colonial. There are thirteen people in the cast, including clever principals and a beauty chorus of well drilled girls who would do justice to the front row In any high-priced musical show on the road. The act has everything that goes to make a musical comedy act popular. It has a good story, lots of good com edy, pretty music and dancesf The girls have very pretty costumes which they change with frequency. There are three other acts on the same bill, and the management looks forward to doing a record-breaking half week. Adver tisement. PIES FROM COLT'S KICK .Special to The Telegraph Chambersburg, Pa„ April 23.—Mrs. Rosa V. Holland was kicked several days ago by a colt which knocked her down on a concrete pavement. She did not think she was hurt, but on Sunday became ill and died Wednes day night. Besides her husband she Is survived by two sisters and two brothers. One of the sisters lives in Harrisburg. MI'SICALE AT FILEY'S CHURCH Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., April 23.—A musical which has been looked forward to with much interest will be held to morrow evening in Filey's Church, un der the direction of Prof. Harry Wen ger. A large chorus has been under training by Prof. Wenger for some time. FORTY AI T TOS CARRY CLASS Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., April 23.—A pro cession of forty automobiles contain ing members of the Whetstone Bible class of the Lutheran Church, this place, attended the meeting of the Rev. William Biederwolf, in Hagers town, last night. There were four hun dred persons in the automobiles. DISTRICT CONVENTION to The Telegraph Halifax, i- a.. April 23.—A District Sabbath School convention will be held In the United Brethren Church at Ebenezer, three miles north of here on Sunday, May 2. TENNIS CLUB TO MEET * Halifax, Pa., April 23.—This even ing the Halifax tennis club will meet at Helsler store. All members of the club arc urged to be present. Italy's Terms Said to Amount to Ultimatum Special to The Telegraph Rome. April 23.—A report reached Rome from Petrograd to-day that Italy had sent a note to Austria which vir tually amounted to an ultimatum. The note is saltf to embody the minimum terms which Italy will consent to con clude an agreement with Austria. It is impossible to coniirm this report here. General opinion in Rome is that an agreement may still be reached. Never theless, military preparations are be ing continued with the greatest energy along the frontier, where Austria is concentrating troops. DICKINSON DINNER MAY 4 Alumni Association Event to Be Held at Country Club More than 100 members are ex pected to attend the annual dinner of the Dickinson Alumni Association, which will be held at the Country Club Tuesday evening, May 4. Gov ernor Brumbuagh will be invited. Among the speakers will be John Price Jackson, Dr. George Edward , Reed, Professor M. G. Filer and ' Elmer W. Ehler, Philip S. Moyer, of this city, president of the association, will be toastmaster. Six Dickinson men in the Legisla ture will be invited. They are Rep resentatives Showalter, of Union; Bernthelsel, of Lancaster; Hubler, of Luzerne; Mearkle and.Hamilton,of Al legheny, and Swartz, of Dauphin. The Rev. Dr. Thomas W. Davis, chaplain of the Senate, is another Dickinson man who will attend. John H. Shoop, John T. Olmsted and Mr. Moyer are completing arrangements. CLASS DAY EXERCISES OF HIGH SCHOOL AT BOILING SPRINGS Special to The Telegraph Mechanicshur#, Pa., April 23.—Next Thursday evening the class day exer cises of the graduating class of Boil ing Springs high school will be held and the following program given: President's address, Clayton D. Kauff man; class history. Mary E. Mowery; piano duet, E. Kathleen Le Fevre and Anna lone Wolf; oration, Pearl E. Shelley; reading, Miss Harriet Her man; cornet solo, Oren Landis; class presentations. S. Kathleen he Fevre; oration, Lester W. Strickler; men's quartet; reading, H. Frank Hare; class prophecy, Florence Emeline Woods; vocal duet. Reba Glvler and Esther Givler; class will, Anna lone Wolf; class song. WORKING AT AGE OF 81 Special to The Telegraph Hagerstown, Md„ April 23. —"Aunt" Rebecca Smith, of this city, celebrated her eighty-first birthday yesterday by working as usual at the Antletam pa per mill, where she has been employed for forty years. In all of that time Mrs. Smith has lost only a few days. Her vigor and regularity of service are a wonder to the other employes of the mill. The aged woman ascribes her remarkable health to a regularity of habits, eating plain food and getting plenty of sleep. Your Head and Stomach Headache caused by a disturbed di gestion is nearly always accompanied by pain in the stomach, belching of gas. vomiting and often by constipa tion. This sort of headache is ien erally located in the forehead and is not constant but comes and goes. It does not come on immediately after eating but after the food has had time to ferment, which it does be cause the digestive fluids that should take care of It are insufficient, be cause the glands that secrete these HuUls are weak, because the blood is failing to nourish these glands prop erly. Rich, red blood is the first essential to proper digestion and the digestive process cannot go on without it When lack of nourishing blood causes fermentation and poisons are ab sorbed from the digestive tract, the pain In your head advises you of the fact. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills give the blood Just the elements they need to correct this condition and, with a laxative, when required, form a per fect treatment for the headaches of Indigestion. j Mention this paper and we will send you two little books on the diet and the proper use of a laxative. Ad dress: Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 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J., April 23.—"1 heard the gun go 'bang,' just like that, and T was going down the ladder and I looked around quickly and I saw Mikey lying on the floor, and there was smoke and Mikey's face was all red and the red was splashing on the floor, and—" Little George Everitt, wlip was be fore Recorder Carroll to-day, accused of murdering his 9-year-old playmate, Michael Quant, in the attic of the Everitt home, on Knickerbocker ave nue, flung himself in his mother's lap and sobbed his heart out. "I didn't kill Mikey. No, I didn't," he gasped. "I wish it had been me instead of Mikey that's dead. T loved Mikey, I did—•" and the words were choked with tears as the boy tried to tell the story to a newspaper representative, tive. After the child had settled on one of three conflicting stories, the recorder decided he did not kill his playmate. "I didn't kill Mikey." George jump ed up from his mother's lap and shook his curly yellow head, and his deep blue eyes, wet with tears, flashed "I knew he was dead, 'cause I came over to him and called to him, 'Mikey get up!'—twice, just like that—and he didn't answer me, and my fingers got all sticky with the red stuff, and then I knew it was blood and Mikey was hurt bad and he was dead. "I knew that little boys who were hurt or were dead ought to be home with their mothers who love them, and so I picked up Mikey, and lie was all soft and floppy, like hay, and his head hung down, and I carried him down the ladder, there —ugh." 11l New Universities Dictionary J || Harrisburg Telegraph B How to Get It pa £r For thm Mora Nominal Cart of 0 L„„. „ Manufacture and Di.tribx.tion abOVC Wlth ninety-eight cents to cover cost of IbOUpOlf QO. handling, packing, clerk am ] J/OC <*<• secure this NEW authentic MAIL Add U I Dictionary, bound in real ORDERS JOQSU'.; jt flexible leather, illustrated WILL toooliL.' jo with full pages in color BE and duotone 1300 pages. FILLED »«* 25 DICTIONARIES IN ONE All Dictionaries published previ ous to this year are out of date PLAY BY DILLSBURG CfyASS Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., April 23.—0n Thurs day evening, April 29, the senior class ot the Dillsburg high school will give a play in the Dillsburg Opera House titled "Lodgers Taken In." The cast of characters will include the follow ing young people: Elmer Lchmer, Austin Lerew, Robert Fortney, Russci Coulsin, Wayne Spath, Ferrel Tyson, Ethel Hessll. Helen Barsh, Sarah Bentz. Kathryn Gintzer, Lloyd Stan baugh and Ray Dick. POSLAM THE ONE GREAT AID TO SKIN HEALTH To stop itching and drive away Ec zema, Pimples, Rashes and all skill troubles, apply Poslam. I'se it whenever the skin alls—it will prove to you over and over again how perfectly it can eradicate disfigure ments and correct all diseased surface conditions. Nothing can compare with its pacify ing effect on Inflamed, irritated skin. Undue redness is removed overnight; complexions beautifully cleared. And I J oslam is harmless can be safely used under all conditions. Your druggist sells Poslam. For free sample write to Emergency Labora tories. 32 West 25th St., New York. Poslam Soap, for toilet and bath, medicated with Poslam: 25 cents and 15 cents.—-Advertisement.