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Cfegffi&topcttn $12,000 BOND ISSUE ! FOR IMPROVEMENTS Plans to Pare Penbrook's Main Street Discussed at Town Meeting Last Night Special to The Telegraph Penbrook. Pa.. July 13.—Members of Penbrook council, with prominent residents of the town, met last night In a special session In the Town Hall. John Seiders was ofificlally appointed constable, and will receive a salary of $45 a month. Plans were discussed for the paving I of Main street. Borough Solicitor I.! S. Swartz presented a plan for the I raising of funds to cover the expense j of this work and the report from the I Harrisburg Railways Company, by which they agree to help pay the cost of the work, was read. To provide fuijds for this improve ment a bond Issue of possibly $12,000 will be floated. WEDDING AT PENBROOK Special to The Telegraph Penbrook. Pa., July is.—Paul M. , Varner, of Penbrook, was quietly mar ried to Miss Iva E. Russel, of Ship pensburg, at the parsonage of the Re formed Church here on Friday after noon. The Rev. W. P.. Harzell offi ciated. Following a short wedding tour the couple will reside on Mr. Yar ner's farm here. YORK MAX KITjLJED Special to The Telegraph Hagerstown. Md.. July 13.—Charles A. Morton, formerly of York. Pa., and lately employed in a foundry In this city, was struck by a fast passenger train on the Western Maryland rail road In the yards at Williamsport on Sunday and Instantly killed. « ■ 1 TO-DAY'S BEAUTY SUGGESTIONS Face powder simply covers up an unattractive complexion and leaves no lasfing benefits. Those who'have tried a simple spurmax face lotion find it much better, as It removes skin dis colorations, such as freckles and tan, and makes the skin smooth, white and velvety. This lotion is made by dis solving four ounces of spurmax in one half pint hot water, then adding two teaspoonfuls glycerin. This complexion toeautifter does not rub off or show like powder, and gives a more refined ap pearance. It removes both shlniness and sallowness, rapidly giving the skin a permanent, healthy, youthful appear ance. An especially fine shampoo for this veather can be had at trifling expense by dissolving a teaspoonful of can throx In a cup of hot water. Pour s'owly on scalp and massage briskly. This creates a soothing, cooling lather that dissolves and removes all dan druff. excess oil and dirt. Rinsing leaves the scalp spotlessly clean, soft and pliant, while the hair takes on a glossy richness of natural color, also a fluffiness which makes It seem very much heavier than it is. After a can throx shampoo arranging the hair Is a pleasure.—Advertisement. Cumberland Valley Railroad TIME TABLE In Effect June 27, 1915. TRAINS leave Harrisburg— For Winchester and Martlnsburg at 6-®3. *7:52 a. m„ *3:40 p. m. For Hagerstown. Chambersburg, Car lisle. Mechanicsburg and intermediate stations at *5:03, •7.52, *11:53 a. m •3:40, 5:37. *7: i.>, *11:00 p. m. Additional trains for Carlisle and Mechanicsburg at 9:4S a. m.. 2.16: 3:;g 6:3u. 9:35 a. in. For Dillsburg at 6:03. »7:52 and •11:53 a. in.. 2:16. *3:40, 5:37 and 6:30 p. m. •Daily. Ail other trains dally exceDt Sunday. H. A. RIDDLE, J. H. TONGE. G. P. A. EDUCATION Ali Harrisburg Business College 329 Market St. Fall term, September first. Day and night. 29th year. Harrisburg, Pa. Begin Preparation Now Day and Night Sessions SCHOOL OF COMMERCE U S. Market Buriibarc, Pa. Wi—WMWgTßai ■StiSMI WOR LD FAMOUS EMBROID PATTERN OUTFIT To indicate you are a regular reader you must present ONE Coupon like this one, with 68 cents. ■THE WORLD FAMOUS EMBROIDERY OUTFIT b gua*. 1 anteed to be the best collection and biggest bargain in pattern* eve* offered. It consists of more than 450 of the very latest designs, for any one of which you would gladly pay 10 cents, best hardwood em broidery hoops, set of highest grade needles (assorted sizes), gold-tipped bodkin, highly polished bone stiletto and fascinating booklet of instruc tions ghring all the fancy stitches so clearly illustrated and explained that any school girl can readily become expert SEVERAL TRANSFERS FROM EACH DESIGN ONLY SAFE METHOD I__ A! old-fashioned methods using water, benzina or injurious fluids are onde and out-of-date. This is the only safe method. Others often injure expensive materials. N. B. Out of Town Readers will add 7 cents extra for postage and expense of mailing. TUESDAY EVENING, IBOAT CRUSHED AT I CLARKE FERRY D 1 Man and Woman Coming Down Susquehanna River Give Up Pleasure Trip Sfecial to The Telegrcph Duncannon, Pa., July 13.—A man and a woman came down the Susque- | hanna river as far as Clark's Ferry on Friday on a pleasure trip. They would not risk going through the old raft chute at the east end of Green's dam. I so the man decided to float the boat lover the dam with a rope. The boat I was caught in the reaction of the ' dam and smashed to pieces and thus | ended the trip down the Susque hanna. ■ Recent Deaths in Central Pennsylvania' Sunbury. Miles F. Wiedner. agedj 36. died at the Mary M. Packer hos-1 pital here yesterday. He was a form- j er member of Company E, 12th regi-1 ment, X. G. P. Mountsville. Harry H. Rife, aged 70, died yesterday. Mt. Joy. Magdalena Kready. wife of John Kready, near Mt. Joy, died on Saturday in her 79th year. I Dalniatia. Yesterday the body of j | Charles Blngamen. a former resident; lof this place, was brought here from i j Sunbury for burial. Mr. Bingameni ; was 52 years old and died in the Mary I | Packer hospital on Saturday. M \RYLAXI) WEDDING Sfecial to The Telegrcph Sunbury, Pa., July 13.—Miss Carrie Kline, of Sunbury, Emory J. Wil son. Baltimore, were married at Elk ton, Md. The bride has long been ac tive in vocal musical circles in Sun bury. CORXERSTOXE I.AID Special to The Telegraph Lewisburg, Pa., July 13.—A large crowd was present Sunday to witness I the formal laying of the cornerstone! of the new First United Evangelical] church in Lewisburg. The exercises! were presided over by the church pas tor, the Rev. Edward Crumbling. The j speaker of the afternoon was the Rev. J. B. Brenneman. pastor of the Lewis burg Beaver Memorial Methodist EpJs- j copal church. NOVELTIES AT LAWN FETE Special to The Telegraph Dauphin. Pa., July 13.—Novelties of I I all sorts will be introduced at the lawn i fete to be held at the home of Mrs. ' Sabra M. Bell on Friday evening by! Class No. 2 of the Presbyterian Church. There will be cake, candy and ice cream booths, a fortune-teller, a fish pond, a post office and a "Rebecca at the Well." WOMAN DIES SUDDENLY Special to The Telegraph Millersburg. Pa., July 13. Mrs. Emma Sechler residing with her daughter, Mrs. B. McCreasy, died Sun day, aged 63. She was a member of the Lutheran church. Short funeral services will be held this evening in charge of the Rev. Mr. Kohler and to-morrow morning the body will be ] taken to Danville, her native home, i for burial. Mrs. Sechler was apparently in her I usual health when she laid down Sun- I day at 2 p. m. and was found by her ! granddaughter dead ir. the evening. | Heart trouble was the cause. i ' Embarrassing Hairs Can Be Quickly Removed (Beauty Culture) Hairs can be easily banished from tho skin by this quick, painless method: Mix into a stiff paste some powdered (klp.tone and water, spread on hairy j surface and in 2 or 3 minutes rub off. ; wash the skin and it will be free from j hair or blemish. Excepting In very stubborn growths, one application 13 sufficient. To avoid disappointment, | buy the delatone in an original pack ; ace.—Advertisement. BISURATEQ M MNEsu For Four acid stomachs, gas and fer mentation of food. A tc-Bspoonful in a fourth of a g!as.' of hot water usually ; gives INSTANT RELIEF. Sold by ail I druggists in either powder or tablet I form at 50 cents per bottle. i Try Telegraph Want Ads NOW SHOWING PRINCESS AND REDINGOTE MODELS DRESSES FOR IMMEDIATE AND EARLY FALL WEAR SERGE AND SATI-N COMBINATIONS' There are enough dresses to insure an assortment ALL day Wednesday—ALL day Thursday and one-half day Friday ' « NO APPROVALS DfCSS ScilC NOAPPROVALS Without Considering Values "Schleisner's" Establishment Again Offers High-Class Dresses The sale last week at this store was so well attended and appreciated—but many who could not attend were disappointed. Our buyer again succeeded in gathering an assortment of the very best styles made of correct materials. This sale will consist of dresses that have not been shown before and will enable those who did, as well as those who did not attend the last sale, another opportunity to complete their .wardrobe for the entire Summer—three dresses can be purchased for the price of one. Dresses For Indoor and Outdoor Occasions 50 Dresses for street wear and Crepe de Chine Dresses, with 25 Ramie Linen Dresses, bullet A new advanced Fall model Taf travel, made of serge; navy and Georgette collar and cuffs and suede button front, all colors; sizes 16 feta Dress; navy, gray and black. cr.™. K«i A anH mili belts> nav y and black, ladies' and and 18, only for misses and small Price should be $25. 1 C f\t\ putty, some braid bound and mill- shouM be women be SIQ gQ Selling for .. . 15.00 tary style; value to d» *| Q£ $ 18 . 50 Selling A Selling r> p -516.50. Selling for ... viifv . f or «J) iU. I D .for 40 Gowns - made of imported wash materials, with finest quality 55 black and navy Habutai Silk One rack of Voile and Crepe 50 white net Dresses, for afternoon trimmings. Copies of imported Dresses, organdie collar, cuffs and Dresses, plain colors and figured and dancing; one of a kind; all sizes. models, plain and striped materials, vestee, full plaited and flaring materials, some bolero Price Prices should be <£ 1 O Cf) Selling price should be up to $35.00. ' J _ _ * should be up to $16.50. Art $35.00. Selling for Selling <•» * /\/\ skirts. Price should be r A Selling for «&D.UU , J f f or .. 3)15.00 $16.50. Selling for .. vO.jU 55 Gowns, for evening and after -30 Dresses, each a distinct style noon wear, made of imported ma- 45 Gowns, copies of imported 22 Silk Net Dancing Frocks, sizes not shown before; made of taffeta terials and embroidered nets, copies French models; made of various im for small women and misses; some nets and Georgette; stunning styles. of French models; no two alike. ported materials no two alike. edged with ribbon. Price should Prices should be up to $55.00. Selling price should be up to $65.00. Selling price should be up to $95 00 tar slß : 50- . 5emng ...56.95 f„f. ns $15.00 $20.00 if tag . $25,00 On Third Street On Third Street News Item; of Interest in Central Pennsylvania Sfrcial to The Telt graph Sunbury.— Caught under a fall of coal at the Centralia strinpings of the Continental Coal Company, Michael i Homiak, aged 22 and the father of i three children, was killed. Lewlstown. —Harry Knepp, a young j man living near Strode's Mills, was ; seriously Injured while riding a pony, ; which threw the young man from its ; back and fell upon him. Lewistown.—Associate Judge George j Shery is at home here critically ill: from peritonitis. He was taken ill at Lewistown Narrows, where he was | summering in the hope of benefiting j the health of his wife, who is an ' invalid. Shenandoah. —Joseph Yuscavage,26, j and Mike Knichock, 40, were held for I the grand jury, charged with blowing j up the Lehigh Valley tracks with dyna- j mite at P.aven Run last June for the ; alleged purpose of robbing a pay train j that carried thousands of dollars. Pottsville. Charged with system atically stealing trading stamps for five months from a firm by whom he was employed, Charles Carroll, of St. Clair, i is held for court. HEIR TO LARGE FORTUNE Special td~ The Telegraph Hagerstown, Md., July 13. W. B. Huntington, of Holyoke, Mass., who has been in this city seeking work, has received notice that he is heir to a large fortune by the settlement of the trust estate of Zachariah Huntington, j i a relative. His portion of the estate. I it is expected, will be between $60,000 | and $70.000'. K Prescription That From Girl hood to Old Age Has Been a Blessing to Womanhood. Johnstown. Pa. —"I can speak high ly of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion. It has been used by myself and one other member of our family. We have always found it just as repre sented and perfectly satisfactory. We have also used Dr. Pierce# Pleasant ; Pellets. They are a reliable medi cine." —Mas. ELIZABETH BOYLE, 303 • Haynes Street, JohnAown. When a girl becomes a woman, when a woman becomes a mother, when a woman pauses through tho changes of middle life, are the three periods of life v.lien health and strength are most needed to withstand the pain and distress often caused by severe or ganic disturbances. At these critical times women an , best fortified by the use of Dr. Pierce'c Favorite Prescription, an old remedy of proved worth that keeps the entire female system perfectly regulated and in excellent condition. If you are a sufferer, if your daugh ter, mother, sister need help get Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription in liquid or tablet form from any medicine dealer today. Then address Doctor Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. f and get confidential medical advice entirely free, l'ou can also obtain a free book on -woman's diseases. Dr. Pierce's'Pellets? regulate and in vigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser —a great doctor book —a family 1 book of over 1000 pages, cloth bound— answers many important question re- I garding sickness. Your free copy will be sent on receipt of three dimes (or 30 one-cent 6tamps) to pay wrapping and mailing charges from Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel £o« 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. - HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH | WEST SHORE NEWSj SCHOOL TEACHERS CHOSEN* 'New Cumberland, Pa., July 13.—The Lower Allen township school board has elected C. M. Prowell secretary and Harry Bixler treasurer and has I also chosen the following teachers: i Elkwood grammar school, vacant; In- j termediate, Claire Fryslnger; second-1 ary. Miss Speck, of Carlisle; 'White] Hill, vacant; Cedar Grove. Irene Rupp; Mnteer's, vacant; Lisburn, Ethel Coover. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR PICNIC New Cumberland. Pa.. July 13. —0n Thursday the Junior Christian En deavor Society of Trinity United Breth ren Church, in charge of the superin tendent, Mrs. W. A. Cookerly, will hold a picnic along the Yellow Breeches creek. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC New Cumberland, Pa., July 13.—0n! Saturday, July 24, the Marsh Run union Sunday school will hold a picnic in Rudy's woods. A free dinner will be served and a festival held. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF DAUGHTER Marysville, Pa., July and j Mrs. Jacob Steele, of Dahlian street, I announce the birth of a daughter on ' Saturday, July 11. Mrs. Steele was, 1 before her marriage, Miss Alverda I Luckenbatigh." SURPRISE FOR MRS. LEI BY i Marysville. Pa.. July 13.—Last even- j lng a delightful birthday surprise party : 1 was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ! Scott S. Leibv, In Dahlian -street, in \ honor of the birthday anniversary of j Mrs. Leiby. SITT FOR AUTO COLLISION Special to The Telegraph Sunbury, PP.. July 13. —Edward R. Wingard. a Selinsgrove newspaper publisher, to-day brought suit In the Northumberland county court here seeking $l5O damages from Oliver J. Yeager. The two had an automobile collision and Wingard alleges the de fendant was the cause of it. NEW ODD FELLOWS LODGE Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa.. July 13. A new lodge of Odd Fellows with thirty-flve members was Instituted In Dillsburg j on Saturday by the grand master of , the Pennsylvania grand lodge, J. P. I Hale Jenkins, of NorrlStown. The j three Initiatory degrees were conferred Iby the degree team of Harmonla Lodge, of York. William Ellcker. of Dillsburg, was elected noble grand of the new lodge and James Milllgan, of Wellsville, vice-grand. HAS STROKE OF PARALYSIS Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg. Pa.. July 13. E. L. Apple, a prominent retired businessman, sus tained ft stroke of paralysis on Sat urday and fell down a flight of stairs at his home, in Wellsville. He is in a seriouß condition, being unconscious. Mr. Apple for many years was pro prietor of a fly net factory at Wells ville. SAMUEL STERNER DIES Special to The Telegraph Mechanlcsburg, Pa., July 13.—Sam uel Sterner, for many years a resident of Mechanlcsburg. died on Saturday. He was aged 82. BIG WHEAT HEADS Duncannon. Pa., July 13. Harry Lawer. a Wheat field township farmer, has a number of wheat stalks on which some of the heads measure six and three-fourth Inches, Many Visitors Enjoy Week-End at Mt. Gretna Special to The Telegraph Mt. Gretna, July 13.—Miss Eliza beth Kobler and C. F. Cobler of Har-j risburg, spent Sunday in the Grove. | Miss Katherine Simonette returned I to her home in Harrisburg after] spending the week as the guest of Miss i Florence Rinkenbaugh at the Onoko j Cottage. Miss Eva N'eff and Ulysses Rife of Harrisburg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Burke. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sehofer. of Reading, and Allen Rensinger, of Har risburg, were the guests of Mrs. Hanna Richardson at the Zembo cottage. John Shelley of Harrisburg, spent a day in the Grove. Mrs. Frank Morrett is the guest of Mrs. Stanley Golden at the Golden- Rod cottage. Frank Gramm returned to his home In Harrisburg after spending thei week-end at the "Droflow'' cottage. Mrs, G. S. Fairall, Mrs. R. S. Kit chen and Mrs. Nebinger and son, Fred i of Steelton, were guests of Mrs. Mil- j ton Knoderer at the "Jessymine" cot tage over the week-end. S. Reuel Sides spent the week-end with his family at the Tannenbaum. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beidleman re turned to their home in Harrisburg ; after spending the past month at their | cottage, the Evergreen, in the Chau i tauqua grounds. Mrs. E. M. Hawkins spent Sunday I with Mrs. M. H. Craiglow and i family. George Hummel of Hummelstown, ;spent the week-end with his parents, | Mr. and Mrs. John Hummel. I Mrs. Frank McFarland has returned j to her home in Harrisburg. Miss Carrie Beidelman of Harrls- Iburg visited Miss Elsie Tount for sev jeral days recently. Mrs. Hutchison, Mies Julia Rausa I and Ralph Hutchison, of Harrisburg spent the week-end in the Grove. Boy Scout Troop Formed in Marysville Church Marysville, Pa. July 13.—Marys vllle's first Boy §cout troop was or ganized yesterday afternoon with the Rev. L. A. Fuhrman, pastor of the United Evangelical Church, as scout master. Herman Hippie is first assist ant scoutmaster and the Rev. C. A. Person, pastor of the Church of God, is second assistant scoutmaster. Pres ent plans provide for the organization of three patrols here. TEMPORARY POSTMASTER Sunbury. Pa., July 13.—Congress man John V. Lesher to-day announced that R. H. Curtis had been temporarily arpointed postmaster at Mount Caririel to succeed Thomas N. Burke, who died before he had served the first year of his term. , FALLS FROM HORSE Dillsburg, Pa., July 13.—While try ing to mount a horse on Sunday Clark Smith, the 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, of Warrington township, Jumped too far and fell from the opposite side of the horse, falling in a watering trough and fracturing a rib. FARMER DROPS DEAD Mount Joy, Pa., July 13. Martin Carpenter, of Gordonvllle, aged 75, who worked every day on his farm, suddenly dropped dead while finishing hie day's work. He In survived by six children and one brother. Jacob Car penter, of San Diego, California. RETURNED FROM HOSPITAL Duncannon, Pa.. July 13.—William Shaub, who fell from a roof while painting and received a compound fracture of the left leg and was taken to the Harrisburg hospital for treat i ment a couple of weeks ago, has re i turned to his home here. JULY 13, 1915. Body of Boy Found in Susquehanna at Dalmatia Special to The Telegraph Dalmatia, Pa., July 13.—Yesterday morning Jacob Lahr, on his way to the island which he farms, discovered the body of a boy of about 10 years en tangled in the brush of a grass plot. Mr. Lahr reported the matter to the coroner and the body was brought to Long's barn. It answered the descrip tion of the Dally boy, who was drowned at Danville. His mother was notified and a relative, Mr. Dietz, came to iden tify the body, which had been put in a casket and placed in a grave in the cemetery but the ground had not been | filled in. Mr. Dietz was unable to rec ! ognize the boy, as his features were badly distorted and bruised, but he took the blue cambric blouse and belt, the only articles of clothing found on the body, along for the mother to! identify. STOCiv HOLDERS BUY PI/ANT Special to The Telegraph Sunbury, Pa., July 13. Sunbury stockholders of the York Bridge Com pany, of York, Pa., which is in re ceiver's hands, yesterday bid 130,050 for the plant, subject to the con firmation of the York county court. This is expected within a few days and the place will then be opened for work as soon as it can be cleaned up and put Into shape. YORK COUNTY WEDDING Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa.. July 13.—0n Sunday afternoon Miss Velva Cassel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Cassel. of Dills burg. and Tolbart Bltner, of Mona ghan township, were united in mar riage. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Charles Heikes, of En haut. Pa., in the home of the groom's parents, near Siddonsburg. 11 B M ITI till ; ■ l ni Hi'lß ■3n!!SBffHSBWnIiEW7I!B ■■YHTMtaUflgiyia Many smokers associate heavy quality with a 10c cigar—especially with an all Havana cigar. IVI q %J A All Havana*A. 10c CIGARS prove how smooth, fragrant and pleasing an all Havana smoke can be made. MOJA cigars will satisfy everybody and not hurt anybody. Made by John C. Herman & Co. ARRANGING FOR CHAUTAUQUA Special to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg, Pa., July. 13.—Last ovening a meeting of the Chautauqua guarantors was held at the office of Happle & Swartz and arrangements made for the parade on Thursday. The Rev. H. Hall Sharp was elected president to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of the Rev. George Fulton. The outlook for the tent en tertainment is promising. Success of a Medicine All things succeed which fill a .real need; that a doctor Is kept busy day and night proves his ability and skill; that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is sold in enormous quan tities In almost every city, town and hamlet in America and In foreign countries as well proves its merit, and women are found everywhere'who tell of health restored by its use.—Adver tisement. If you need printed material, you need the ideas we can of fer you for making your printed matter more effective. i The Telegraph Printing Co. <2)tfiarf/ne/?f JD/' Sales and ervicc M Bell 2040. Cumberland 208.