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a «^] LEUORNE TALENT IN "FROLIC OF ARTISTS" Program For Entertainment to Be Given in High School Build ing Tomorrow Evening Special to The Telegraph Lemoyne, Pa., June 30. Judging from the progress made in the final rehearsals of the "Frolic of Local Artists." to be given In the Lemoyne high school building to-morrow night, lovers of local talent will witness the best affair of its type held In this town. More than fifty persons will take part. A local talent orchestra has been organized under the direction of J. Earl Steinhauer. who will have full charge of the musical end of the pro gram. Those who compose the or chestra are Carl Etshied, Wayne McCormick. Lloyd Smith, Walter Slothower, Paul Menges and Edgar Mewery. Featuring numbers on the program to-morrow night are: Selection by the Baum family: Jewish monologue and eong, Charles Sawyer; Dutch concert. Wajne McCormick, director; Sunny South concert, Mrs. Mary May, di rector. Other numbers on the pro gram are: Piano solo. Joseph Ham burg; piano solo. Esther Wcsler; piano duet, Harry Rice. Paul Anderson; piano solo. Miss Mildred Rudy; read ing. Miss Ruth Steinhauer: piano solo, Anna Bentz; piano solo, Helen Opper inan; duet. Hazel Mumma and Marion Brown; piano solo, Mary Rudy; piano solo, Margaret Armstrong; reading, Mrs. Wllma Stooss Ellis: piano solo, Catharine Smith: piano solo. Margaret Hoover; duet. Hazel Kuhn and Nellie Bowman; piano solo. Miss Ruth Stein hauer. The program of Friday night Is of a different type. The main fea ture of the program to-morrow night is a "Dream Sketch." in whic Whit ney Mumma will be the main char acter. Don't Faint Wlien you see a BED BUG immediately phone for a bottle of Knock Out Bed Bug Killer will not cause rast nor corrode metal 25£ the pint, delivered FORNEY'S DRUG STORE 426 Market Street MIRRORS RESILVERED WE ALSO MAKE NEW MIRRORS Reasonable prices; work guaranteed W. D. MANAHAN & CO., 24 S. 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Send for "Standardized Circulation Information'address ing Russell R Whitman, Managing Director Audit Bureau of Circulations 330-334 Railway Exchange Bldg., Chicago WILDCAT FALLS INN, MARIETTA, PA. CHICKEN AND WAFFLES A SPECIALTY Under new management- Special boat service. Ind. phone. A. L. RESCH, Propr. WEDNESDAY EVENING, HAKRISBITRG TELEGRAPH JUNE 30. 1015. Judiciary Temperance League Organized in Adams County Special to The Telegraph Gettysburg. Pa., June 30.—0n Mon day evening the courthouse was filled with representatives from all oyer Adams county, when an organization i of the Inter-County Judiciary Temp | erance was completed. The 1 new organization will act in conjunc tion with a similar organization of Fulton county. Dr. William Anthony Granville, president of Gettysburg College was elected head of the league and a committee was named to meet the Fulton committee and frame ques tions to be put to the candidates for president Judge, associate judges and district attorneys as to their position In the matter of granting liquor licenses. SUNDAY SCHOOL PARADE Miffiin County Workers and Scholars Have Brilliant Display Special to The Telegraph Lewistown. Pa., June 30. —Yester- dav the first event of the annual con vention of the Mifflin County Sunday School Convention, occurred at 2:30 o'clock when hundreds of children, clad In gay colors, with sashes about their shoulders, carrying banners and American flags marched over the streets of the town. The children rep resented the Intermediate and primary grades of the Sunday schools of the town and county. Several bands were In line. _ After the parade the Rev. Dorsey Miller conducted devotional exercises In the M. E. church and Mrs. M. J. Baldwin of Philadelphia delivered an address. In the evening all the Sunday schools of the county took part In a parade, with numerous bands and many beautiful floats. WOMAN DISAPPEARS FROM HOME Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., June 30. Mrs. Caleb Wade, aged 64 years, living at Blue Rock chapel, northeast of Waynesboro, disappeared from her home at 12 o'clock Monday night, and i has not yet been found. She put on | her usual clothing, except her shoes ! and stockings. Mrs. Wade was abdicted to the use of drugs and when her supply was cut off she suffered greatly and had become unmanage able. PARTY GOES TO EXPOSITION Special to The Telegraph Marietta, Pa.. June 30. Mr. and I Mrs. Daniel A. Fackler and Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Engle of Rowenna and I Miss Sallie Fackler of Elizabethtown, i left to-day for an extended visit to 1 the Pacific coast. They expect to visit relatives at Kansas and Wyoming and 'then so to the Panama Exposition. A Foe to Tuberculosis The Journal of the American Medi cal Association (August 9, 1913. > re viewing an article on "The Influence of Calcium Salt* on Constitution and Health," satdi "They <the ant horn» report numbers of concrete Instances In which patients sained In vitality and energy after taking calcium." i Doctors agree that in tuberculosis lowered vitality and lost energy must jbe overcome. One of the constituents of Eck i man's Alterative Is calcium (lime), in , such combination with other valuable ingredients as to be easily assimi lated by the average person. To this, in part. Is due Its success In the treat ime-nt of tuberculosis—a service which | even some ethical practitioners have acknowledged to their patients. We make no wholesale claims for it but since It contains no opiates, narcotics or habit-forming drugs, a trial is safe. 'From your druggist or direct. Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia. I Boyer Bequests Paid to Halifax Methodist Church Special to The Telegraph Halifax, Pa., June 30.—Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McFadden, of Harrlsburg, and Mrs. Frank E. Haff of New York, came to Halifax on Tuesday afternoon to represent the executors of the estate of William Harris Boyer, deceased, and they paid to the trustees of the Methodist Episcopal church the be quests set forth In the lapt will and testament of Mr. Boyer. To the Meth odist Episcopal church, SIO,OOO and to the Halifax Methodist Episcopal Cemtery Association twenty-five shares of Northern Central Railway stock, par value, SSO per share. They spent the afternoon and evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Shultz in Fourth street. BETTER MAIL, SERVICE New Market Post Office Will be Sup plied by Railroad Train Special to The Telegraph New Market, Pa., June 30. —After to-dav the rural mall service to New Market postoftice will be dispensed with and a greatly improved system established, which will facilitate the delivery of mall very greatly. The office will receive two deliveries by train from the New Cumberland sta tion daily, one at 7:20 a. m. and the other at 4:20 p. m., and will be brought direct from trains to the post oftice. The people receiving mail from the New Market office are greatly pleased with the change. MECHANICS ELECT OFFICERS Special to The Telegraph Mechanlcsburg, Pa., June 30.—An election of officers was held bv the Integrity Council No. 19 7, Order United American Mechanics, on Monday night with the following result: Councillor, H. H. Kitzmiller: vice councillor, L. W. Kintz; recording secretary, E. C. Gardner: assistant secretary, D. J. Beitzel; financial secretary, F. P. Hall; treasurer, D. J. Beitzel: inductor, S. A. Sheriff; examiner, \V. H. Beitzel; in side protector, N. Stambaugh; out side protector, W. H. Beitzel; trustee, H. H. Kitzmiller; host, H. H. Kitz miller. CAMP CHOOSES OFFICERS Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., June 30.—Washing ton camp No. 777 Patriotic Order Sons of America, of Dillsburg, held its semiannual election of officers on Monday night as follows: President, John N. Elicker; vice president, John A. Grove: master of forms, L. L. Bentz; conductor, George Harlan: guard, Daniel Altland; trustee. John Baker. Delegates to county conven tion at Windsor, L. L. Bentz, John Baker and J. J. Klugli; alternates, John A. Grove and Clyde Wolf: dele gates to State convention at Reading, M. C. Thumma and John A. Goudy; alternate, J. J. Klugh. YOUNG MAN SERIOUSLY HURT Oregon, Pa., June 30. Norman Hess. 17 years old, was perhaps fatally injured yesterday morning by being thrown from a stone wagon, when the mules frightened and ran away. His nose and right arm were broken and he is Injured Internally. OWLS HAVE RECEPTION Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., June 30.—Roy D. Stoner and his bride of several weeks were tendered a most delightful recep tion by the Owls' Club, of which the former is president, last evening at Stoner's Meadow, south of town. An elaborate luncheon was served, with Edward Bonebrake as toastmaster. ME BURNING ECZEMA ON SCALP Grew Worse. Scalp a Solid Scale, Hair Came Out. Used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment. Now Scalp Entirely Well, R. D. No. 1, Kirby, Pa.—" Eczema com moneed on my scalp as a dandruff and from that it grew worse until my scalp became t almost a solid scale. It broke oat in a rash and caused itching and burning so bad that I scratched until It ir ritated the eruption. My hair came out and some night s I last my rest. "I used three different treatments for over a year but received no relief. Then I began using Cuticura Soap and Oint ment. Now my scalp has got entirely well and my hair Is growing nice." (Signed) Miss Bertha Cowell, August 12,1914. For pimples and blackheads the following is a most effective and economical treatment: Gently smear the affected'surfaoe with Cuti cura Ointment, but do not rub. "Wash off the Cuticura Ointment In five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water and continue bathing for some minutes. This treatment is best on rising and retiring. Sample Each Free by Mail With 33-p. Skin Book on request. 'Ad dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boa ton." Sold throughout the world. PARALYSISMty? DR. CHASE'S Special Blood and Nerve Tablets Write for Proof and Booklet Dr. Qase. Ml N. 10tl» St. Philadelphia. nilAn 80-SAN-KO*B PILE REMEDY ■ lie S Gives instant relief In Itchini, * Bleedingor Protruding Piles. Mc The Dr. Bosuko Co, Philadelphia. Ft. After the California Expositions —take a Little Sea Trip Here's the Idea! Go out to Califor nia by way of Denver, Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak, the Wonderful Royal Gorge and Salt Lake City—all this by daylight and, without extra charge, provided you travel on the ilur- Ungton Route <C.. B. & Q. R. R,J which has through service from Chi cago and St. Louis. After that, "do" California and the Expositions and then take one of those Magnificent new Great Northern Pa cific Steamships—the finest on the Pa cific—from San Francisco up to Port land, Oregon. Then homeward bound, stop at either Glacier National Park or Yellowstone Park—the wonders of the world. Now will you allow me to help you plan for such a trip? That's what I'm here for. You are planning to spend a sum that entitles you to see the hest scenery In the West. Give me an Idea of when you want to go, how long you can stay, etc.. and I will plan a trip especially fitted to your time and needß—also send you without charge, such pictures, maps and printed descriptive matter as will aid you to determine the best thing to do. Write, call or telephone. Let me help. Wm. Austin, General Agent Passen ger Dept.. C., B. & Q. R. R. Co., 83t Chestnut Bt., Philadelphia.—Advertise ment. WEST SHORE NEWS | NEW I'll IK THICK \ lUU VIS New Cumberland, Pa., June 30. Yeaterday the new aulo truck pur chased by the Citizen llouc Company arrived. It was built by the Brockway Company, of New York. lIIG SHIPMENT OF BLANKETS New Cumberland, Pa., June 30. Three carloads of blankets were shipped at the Susquohunna Woolen Mill yesterday to New York, Baltimore and Pittsburgh. NO SHOOTING ON FOURTH New Cumberland, Pa., June 30. Burgess George W. Wilson has had notices posted forbidding shooting on the Fourth of July. MISS MARY KOCHER HOSTESS Special to The Telegraph Marysvllle, Pa., June 30.—0n Mon day evening the Young Peoples' Mis sionary Society of the United Evan gelical church were very pleasantly entertained by Miss Mary Kocher at her home in Lincoln street. A num ber of interesting talks were given by members and refreshments were serv ed to Carrie Messlnger, Edna Benfer, Margaret Gault, Edna Sellers, Marie Harold. Alda Gault, Mary Kocher, Ellen Gault, Estella Whitmyer, Mary Messlnger, Bomalne Benfer, Anna Ha maker, Anna Whitmyer, the Rev. L. A. Fuhrman, Gordon Sklvlngton, Les ter Mutch, Roy Helshley, Casslus Kennedy, Lawrence Kocher, Herman Hippie, Lester Helshley, Rodger Eppley, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kocher. AWARDED MED Alt OF HONOR Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., June 30. The Landis Tool Company, of this place, has been awarded the Medal of Honor for the best grinding machine at the Panama Exposition. This Is the highest prize for this kind of ma chinery. WAYNESBORO WEDDING Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., June 30. —Samuel Rock of East King street, and- Miss Josephine F. Daugherty, Baltimore, were united In marriage last evening at the former's home. The Rev. G. F. Boggs officiated. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., June 30.—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bushey, of Grantham, an nounce the birth of a son on Tuesday, June 22. FESTIVAL AND CONCERT Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., June 30.—0n Satur day evening the Dorcas and Workers' Bible classes of Chestnut Grove Sun day school will hold a festival. The entertainment during the afternoon will be baseball and contests and In the evening a band concert by the Dillsburg Band. WOMAN DRUNKS IODINE Special to The Telegraph Wrightsville, Pa., June 30. Mrs. Lydle Shealer. of near here, mistaking a bottle of iodine for some medicine, swallowed a large dose of it. and after discovering her mistake ran to the office of a physician who administered an emerlc, as she fainted. Her con dition is serious. WOMAN DIES IN STREET Special to The Telegraph New Bloomfield, Pa., June 30.—Mrs. James B. Clark, died suddenly in the street on Monday night, while she was returning from a meeting of the Mite Society of the Lutheran church. Heart failure is given as the cause of death. DEATH OF CHILD Special to The Telegraph Shepherdstown, Pa., June 30.—Mary Zimmerman, aged 4, daughter of Geo. Zimmerman, died Sunday evening of tuberculosis. Her mother died less than a year ago. P. O. S. OF A. OFFICERS Special to The Telegraph Piketown, Pa.. June 30.—Washing ton Camp, No. 585, Patriot Order Sons of America, has elected the following officers: Past president, Edward Weaver; president, William Mumma; vice president, John Lingle; master of forms, William Brown; recording sec retary, Joseph Mumma; assistant re cording secretary, Israel Mumma; financial secretary, David Mumma; treasurer, George Fox; conductor, Simon Straw; inspector, Earl Fox; guard, Ezra Wilt; trustees, J. W. Eber sole, J. H. Baumgardner, and W. H. Brown; chaplain, G. W. Fox; right sentinel, E. L. Wilt; left sentinel, J. E. Fox. LIGHTNING KILLS STEER Special to The Telegraph Halifax, Pa., June 30.—A fine young steer, weighing about six hundred pounds, belonging to Abram Fetter hoff, of Halifax township, was struck by lightning during the severe electri cal storm on Tuesday afternoon and instantly killed. THINNING OUT PEACH CROP Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., June 30. —William E. Grove who owns large peach orchards near York Springs, has finished pull ing the excess peaches from the trees in order that the fruit will develop and the trees not be broken down. This work cost over S7OO for the labor alone. The green peaches were taken ofT so as to allow six inches of the branch to each peach. HURT AT PITTSBURGH Special to The Telegraph Blain, Pa., June 30.—James C. Rick ard, a well-known merchant of this place, was Injured on Sunday in an auto accident near Pittsburgh, In a machine driven by his son, Samuel S. Rickard, of Rockwood, Pa., sustain ing a slightly fractured hip. The in jured man was taken to a Pittsburgh hospital. The men were accompanied by their wives and two sons of S. S. Rickard, but the others escaped Injury. FUNERAL OF GEORGE EIJCKER Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., June 30.—Funeral services of George Elicker, a promi nent resident of Monaghan township, who died at his home near Siddons burg, were held yesterday and were conducted by the Rev. F. W. McGuire In the Mt. Pleasant Church of God. LANCASTER COUNTY WEDDINGS Special to The Telegraph Landisville, June 20.— Miss Sophia W. Korn, of this place, was married to-day to Clay F. Miller, of at the parsonage of the Emanuel Luth eran Church, by the pastor, the Rev. P. George Sieger. Marietta, Pa„ June 30.—Announce ment was made to-day of the mar riage of Miss Anna May Bowman and Rqy N. Lefevre. both of Lancaster, the ceremony being performed on June 2fi, by fhe Rev. A. W. Gottschall, at the Church of Christ, at Lancaster. i i V -- When the Big Idea is to "Git Thar" —Atlantic is the "gas" to feed. Atlantic Gasoline . has the "git thar" spirit that sends you breezing along boulevard and highway like a bird a-wing. It puts punch and power behind every piston, and exten sion in mileage. Atlantic Gasoline has a liveliness that gives a clean, sharp explosion; and a "boiling point" that assures each lot of "gas" you put-in to be exactly like the last, banishing the carburetor nuisance. It is made from the finest crude oil that flows —made to a definite standard by the oldest and largest refiners in the State. Atlantic trucks and tankers deliver any quantity, any place, any time. The best garages, too, sell this liquid power exclusively. Play safe and use Atlantic. Polarine is the 100-percent lubri cant that flows freely at all temper atures. It keeps upkeep DOWN. THE ATLANTIC REFINING COMPANY ATL ANT IC GAS OL.INE C. E. ELECT OFFICERS Special to The Telegraph Marysvllle, Pa., June 30. At a bustness meeting of the Christian En deavor Society of the Trinity Re formed church the following officers were elected: Alton Lick, president; Edgar Smith, vice president; Louise Corl, secretary; Emma Roberts, treas urer; Carrie Smith, pianist; Marian Wagner, assistant pianist. BIBLE CLASS GOES TO HERSHEY Special to The Telegraph Dauphin, Pa., June 30.—Yesterday the Bible class taught by Miss Jennie Gsyman and the class taught by Miss Mary Gaylor, both of the Lutheran Sunday school, enjoyed a picnic to Hershey. During the day all sorts of games and sports were engaged in. Those present were Miss Gayinan, Miss Olive Douden, Miss Oneeda Fertig, Miss Lucy Bufflngton, Max Long, John Porter, Walter Seller and George Gar man. tomLdiSpNE PARK onVoar WESfERNTRIP i • ] \ v/r 'S *.t ,y \> kf* %\> * T s "' _: " y v Break in the Journey v \ On your way to California over the cool northern route of \ the 'St. Paul" road do not fail to stop off at Butte, Montana, and make a side trip to the wonderland of Yellowstone. Circle R Tour of the Park from Butte costs less than via any other # northern route. \ Pre-eminent Scenic Route \ ■ The addition of Yellowstone Park gives towering ranges of the mighty Rockies, the "St Paul" road pre-eminent i for the forested Bitter Roots and the snow- M scenery among transcontinental lines. crowned Cascades —all close at hand to M ■ Nowhere will be found such a contin- be enjoyed from observation platform M uous panorama of stupendous mountain and car windows of "The Olympian," M scenery as is presented successively by the the famous all-steel train of the W I Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. pp From Seattle and Tacoma journey south to California via the "Rainier-Shasta" route— M \\ M and return to Chicag direct from .-ither Los Angeles or San Francisc. on the superb M steel-equipped, no-extra-fare train — "The Pacific Limited" —over the central routs m of this company. Low fare round trip excursions daily—stopovers as desired. I Send for complato Information an 3 illustrate# Western travel Uterature -addrata J p POTT, Dl " (> Pnw. Acnt, a ■ Room 205-0-7 Park PlttMburKh, Pa. I fff ■ J REPUBLICAN CLUB BANQUET Special to - '<' Telegraph Marysvllle, Pa., June 30.—0n Mon day evening the Republican club held a special meeting in their new rooms In the Flat Iron building. A number of out-of-town members were present and were very much pleased at tho Interest shown by the local Re publicans. At the next regular meet ing on July 27, a banquet will be held and several prominent Republicans of Perry county will be secured to speak. SUNDAY BAND CONCERT Special to The Telegraph Marysvllle, Pa., June 30.—Next Sun day evening the first of the summer concerts that will be given by the Marysvllle band every Sunday eve ning on the Diamond Square will be heli' from 6:30 to 7:15. The program will include: March, "First Regiment"; Overture, "Lustspiel"; "Humoreske"; overture, "Yankee Hash"; valse, "Olivette"; "America Patrol"; march, "Front Line"; "Star Spangled Ban ner." OSTRICH FARM RATED AT SIOO,OOO BY COMPAJTS Special to The Telegraph Sunbury, Pa., June 30.—High financ ing was alleged at the second day's hearing of an application in bank ruptcy for the African Ostrich Farm and Feather Company, a 11,000,000 Arizona corporation, with main offices and farms at Bloomsburg and branches at Paxtang, near Harrlsburg, and Cleveland, Ohio, before Federal Judg4 Witmer. E. E. Groff, of Swarthmore, an ac countant, a former member of the board of directors, testified that the company had issued a statement in 1!)13 telling of its financial resources, In which a farm at Bloomsburg was rated at $400,000. It was bought a few months before for SIO,OOO. and that was considered a good price. He swore to a memorandum, offered in evidence, showing that W. H. Hile, principal stockholder and promoter of the farm, had declared that the Os itrich farm would reach $60,000,0000 value.