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HOME POLKS. What Oar Neighbor* Say. PTIIOD City, Pa.—"l got run down anfl lacked tone. I read about what a good medicine Dr. Pierce's Golden Medioal Dieoovery is, BO I made up my mind to try some. I began taking It and was surprised that It built me up so fast. 1 did not need any alter the first bottle. Kis the finest medi cine of Its kind on earth. When I uee any pills for lndlgestlou and constipa tion I always use the 'Pleasant Pel lets.' They relieve me and seem to tone up the slack In The stomach and other parts. I like Dr. Pierce's reme dies the best of any."— Mß. E. Q. EfeicrWßßS, Union City. Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery cures diseases of the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition. It increases the assimilative powers, and purifies »nd en riches the blood. When diseases of organs remote from the stomach are caused by the stom ach, the cure of the stomach results In the cure of the other diseases, In heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, etc. Sold in either tablet or liquid form. If your dealer does not keep the sugar-coated tablets, send 50 cents lin ctamps) for a box. It is the world's proved blood purifier. It's not a secret remedy for its ingredients are printed on the wrapper. Mart to take it to-day and before another day has passed, the Impurities of the blood will begin to leave your body through the liver, kidneys, bowels and skin, and in a few iays you will know by your steadier nerves, firmer step, keener tnind, brighter eyes and clearer skin that the bad blood is passing out, and new, rich, pure blood is filling your arteries. The same good blood will cause pimples, acne, eczema and all skin Eruptions to dry up and disappear. Resorts ATLANTIC CITY, W. J. BRIINSWICJf St. James Place Third house from Boardwalk at Ocean Pier. Table supplied from our farm. MlnaTemV MODERATE RAHS EN HALL til \ An-MTiccirra UA.J.-=; KJOTEL-SAMATORHJM ' ?§2mdeai m its appointments Svtl comtorts.table service rs* jwitfißatbs rwpieasureorfiedlt/i vy/j ALWAYS OPEN . CAPACITY.3SO F L YOUNC.Gwrt^r BEST LOCATED POPULAR PRICE FAMILY HOTEL NETHERLANDS New York A*e. 50 Yards From lloardivalk, Atlantic City, X. J. Overlooking lawn and ocean. Ca pacity 400. Elevator, private baths, running water. Special free features, lawn tennis court and dance floor. Bathing from hotel; shower baths. EARLY SEASON" HATES—*9.OO TO $17.50 WEEKLY. $2.00 UP DAILY. American Plan. Write for free booklet and points of interest in Atlantic City. AUG. RUHWADEL. MILLER AN VtX I M 9-45N.6EO«GIAAVe.An_CrTY.N..J W V Scrupulously clean, electric lighted throughout. White service. Hot and cold water baths. $1.25 and $1.50 dally. $7 and $8 weekly. Estab. 36 years. Booklet. Emerson Crouthamel, Mgr. M^TOLLO Kentucky Ave. near Beach. Atlantic City Unuaually low rates for hiyh-prrade accommoda tions. 200 choice room* ; private baths; runmnf water. Attractive public rooms and verandas Exceptionally fine table. Good music. Dancing Bathing: from house. $2 up dailv ; SlO up weekly Booklet. Auto coach. A. C. EKHOLM, Owner HOTEL TENNESSEE Tennessee Ave. and Beach. Ideal loca tion. convenient to railroad station, churches, piers and amusements. Ex cellent table, home comforts. $l 50 up daily; $S up weekly; bathing' from Hotel. A. HEALY. HOTEL GAGE only. Hot and cold water every room SI.OO per day up. Special weekly rates! hotel with shower. THOS. ELBERON AND FIREPROOF ANNEX. Tennessee Ave nue. near Beach. Central. Open surroundings. Opposite Protestant srd Catholic Churches. Cap-city 500. New throughout. Rurning water in rooms Private baths Metal beds. 4.0)0 feet of porches. IJxceilent table. Fresh vegetables. Wind iws screened. White service. Booklet Special: SB.OO to $21.00 wmklyi • 1.50 to »3.80 daily. R. B. LUDY. M. D. SOMMERSET Arkansas Ave.. 2nd house from Board walk and Million Dollar Pier. Good beds, good table. SB. $9, $lO, $12.50 weekly; $1.50. $2 daily. H. J. KERSHAW HOTEL MAJESTIC ed throughout; center of attractions; ocean view; capacity 300; elevator, private baths, white service, etc.; su perior table. Special, SIO.OO up weekly; $2.00 up daily. Booklet. M. A. SMITH. THE Worthington Cottage 41 S. Virginia Avenue ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Mr*. M. W. Spicer, of Harmbnrg " — j THE NELLUNDY VIRGINIA AVENUE AND BEACH Private baths, running water; newly appointed diningroom; capacity 300. Special, $lO up weekly; |2 up daily. E. H LUNDY. LEXINGTON Pacific it Ark Ave* 'Grounds with trnnls courts adjoin Beach. Only popular priced hotel where GUESTS may go from HOUSF to SURF ID jtfATHING ATTIRE without using street*, which is prohibited. U«c of BATH HOUSES and care of suits FREE. RUN" NING WATER in room a. ORCHESTRA. SI.M and up daily, SB. to $17.50 weekly. Ameri can plan. W.IITE SERVICE. GARAGE. Booklet PAUL C. ROSECRANS. THE A^a u „ e view; capacity 350; private baths, run ning water in rooms, elevator. One porches, Ac.; music. Special—sl2.so up weekly; $2.50 up dally; open all year; auto at trains. SAMUEL ELLIS. THURSDAY EVENING, STATE LICENSES FOR MASSEURS State Board Announces the Names of Twenty-two Who Have Passed the Required Test Only one of the four candidates who took, the recent State Medical Bureau examination for license to practice drugless therapy passed the test. Twenty who applied for examination for license to practice massage and ajlled branches were successful. Those who wUI receive certificates are: Drugless therapy, Lloyd M. Folts, Erie. Massage and allied branches —Nina i M. Greve, Philadelphia; Edna Kauff nian. Mauch Chunk; Barbara Gruber, Philadelphia: Agnes S. Zelly, Phila delphia; Mabel C. Loekard. Indiana; M. A. Grace Rann, Philadelphia; Mrs. Belle M. Antony. Philadelphia; Idelle j M. Bratton. Philadelphia; Louise T. | Nuebllng. Wernersville: Harry Reibel, I Philadelphia: Martha Snow. Philadel phia; Alice C. Johnson, Philadelphia; Mars E. Merkley. Philadelphia; Mrs. Ella Swisher. Philadelphia; Mrs. Eliz abeth H. Lundh. Philadelphia; Laura M. Carnett, Philadelphia; Julia M. Mcintosh. Philadelphia: Mrs. Tille M Lakjer, Philadelphia; Hermann Boett- Tchon, Philadelphia; Mrs. Anne Kane shire. Philadelphia; Miss Leila Gray. Philadelphia; Alice Suddall. Philadel phia; William L. Lacrey, Philadelphia. HAS APPENDICITIS John Hamilton, of Strawberry street, was operated upon for appendicitis yesterday afternoon at the Polyclinic Hospital. Why Suffer From Sore Feet? ;! S Aching, Burning. Sweaty Feet, i J Coras, Callouses and Sore \ Bunions. j Thousands of people y"»»L. \ who daily suffer intense ATJ- 1 torture from sore feet V will welcome the infor (V \ mation that a quick, easy, tr fOf. 1 positive remedy is now / a. t/M I obtainable. "Two spoon ( UB J ' u ' s °' Calocide com- V ™ Vjt pound in warm foot bath; \ B soak the feet in this, \ M gently rubbing sore \ "j parts." Relief is instant VN. / for tired, aching, burning, PC J and sweaty feet. Corns lj\ ( \ and callouses can be peel- H I I ed right off. Calocide I penetrates and removes the cause. Get a twenty five-cent package of Cal ocide from anv drug store. Don't be persuaded to take something else in stead. for there is nothing even simi lar. Get the genuine Calocide guaran teed by. Medical F.ormula laboratories, Dayton, O. Reading Railway SEASHORE Excursions July 24, Sixteen-Day Tickets. Good on any train. Stop off allowed at Philadelphia going and returning within time limit of ticket. Sunday, July 25 ONE-DAY EXCURSION WEST POINT $3.50 Excursion SATURDAY, JULY 17 OCEAN GROVE 10 Day Excursion FRIDAY, AUGUST 20 * \ Dr. C. C. Cocklin Eye Specialist 126 Walnut Street hours during: July and August: 8:30 a, m. to 12:30 p. m. 2 p. ni. to 5 p. m. Closed Every Friday Afternoon Resorts ATLANTIC CITY. X. J. HOTEL NORMANDIE Kentucky Ave., near tne Beach. Noted for its excellent table and home com forts. Fresh vegetables from own farm. New metal beds. Rooms with bath. Elevator to street level. Near Board walk, churches, piers and depots. Free bathing from hotel. Garage in connec tion. Rates $2.00 daily. Special week ly- J. HAMILTON. smm Pacific and Arkansas Avm., nnr Beach. Ele vator. Running water In rooms. Window* screened. Bath ins from house. Excellent table. Cap. 300. Booklet MRS. E. KUNZ. MOUNT GRETNA. PA. Hotel Conewaao—On Lake Conewago; mod. convs. Apply to Samuel H. Lewis, ! Prop., Newport Apts., l«th and Spruce I Sts.. Phila., till June 10. I WORK DAY AND NIGHT ON NEW C. V. BRIDGE [Continued From First I's**.] larger percentage of citizens are sound asleep. While electricity is be ing used to help out on the outside work, the office forces will be kept on • the job after darkness too, and a spe j clal incandescent system has been in stalled tor this, purpose. Two Concrete Iters Finished Two of the concrete piers of the new bridge have been completed on the Cumberland county side of the river and the construction gangs will move across toward the city as rapidly as possible. High water has interfered to some extent with the operations, al though it is expected that some of the lost time can be made up by night. While the construction of new con crete piers on foundations put down last Fall will occupy the contractors' attention, the encasing of the old Cumberland Valley piers with con crete to preserve the uniformity of the structure is being pushed ahead. The building of the bridge itself will be confined this year Just to the south ern hatf of the viaduct throughout its length. This will permit the switching of the traiflc to tracks on that side when the work on the com pletion of the northern half is resumed next year. By this method traffic wilt [not be interrupted. Mummers to Hold Mardi Gras July 31 at Paxtang Park Mummers' Day will be observed at Paxtang Park July 31, with a Mardi Gras program. The celebration will start in the morning and end at 10 ■o'clock at night. Spectacular features will be a large part of the program. The burning of John Harris at the stake will be in cluded, and the Mummers will be as sisted in this production by local mem bers of the Order of Red Men. There will also be a fantastic parade, baby show, drill by the crack drill team of the Union Fire Company of Mjddle town and a display of fire works. Three bands will furnsh the music. Contests will be arranged and hand some merchandise prizes will be awarded to winners. The committee in charge of arrangements will meet next week to complete details. POSTMASTER SITES HOME FROM WASHINGTON Postmaster Frank C. Sites, who is treasurer of the National Association of Postmasters, has returned from Wash ington, where he helped make arrange ments for the national convention which will be held at Hotel Raleigh, Washington. October 20. 21 and 82. Free Catarrh and Foul Breath Quickly Cured, Catarrh not only causes bad breath, ulceration nnd decay of the tissues but It deadens the thinking qualities, causes loss of appetite, indigestion and Impure blood. | The^c^ontinuc >1 dropping of catarrhal I mucus through the nasal passages causes you to k'hawk and spit and irrl- I tates the throat which finally affects j the ears, causing deafness. » a !' FREE TREATMENT COUPON S <| This coupon is good for one c >. trial package of Gauss' Combined c i. Catarrh Cure, mailed free in plain c £ package. Simply fill in your c i, name and address on lines below «j i, and mail to £ : i C. E. GAUSS, 6821 MaJn Street, i j i, Marshall, Mich. ' | Name ( Street or 2 R. F. D. No < I j, City State J Resorts CANADIAN PACIFIC AlasKa w Take the cruise to the Mid night Sun and Totem Pole Land, with its peaks, glaciers, fjords, and aboriginal life ON YOUR EXPOSITION TRIP 1000 miles i n luxurious comfort through the sheltered "inside route" on Canadian Pacific Steamers For fall particulars eall or write for Folder 68 F. R. PERRY, General Agent, Passenger Department, Ca nadian Pacific Railway, 458 Broadway. On or about July Ist our new address will be 1231 Broadway, cor. 30th I Street, New York City. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH KAUFMAN TEMPORAfiY STORE SOON TO CLOSE Entire Time and Attention Will Be Devoted to Arranging For Opening of New Store The management of the Kaufman' Underselling Stores announce in this paper the closing in the near future ' of the temporary store at 9 North Market Square. The new building at the old location is rapidly nearing completion, and everything is being done to have It in complete readiness for Fall business. In the meantime there will be con siderable work for buyers and depart ment heads in the purchase of mer- ; chandise with which the new building is to be stocked, and it is to provide anvple time for this work, as well as , to give all employes of the store a ] vacation, that the closing of the tem- ] porary store at an early date has been ! planned. To enable the management to carry : out it proposes at the earliest possible ; moment, a final wind-up sale of all, merchandise in the temporary store! wili be conducted, full particulars re- j garding which will appear in this! paper to-morrow. Coal For British Navy Being Held in Mines By Associated Press London, July 15, 12:10 p. m.—Out of the various manifestations of un- | rest in the British labor field shown ; since the outbreak of the war, there I developed to-day which may prove, unless an early solution is found, one I of the most serious strikes In the his- j tory of the country. More than one hundred and fifty thousand men have laid down their tools thereby shutting down virtually all the mines In the Welsh coal fields which supplies steaming coal for the British navy. The British Government using for the first time the authority granted by the so-called munitions' measure ruled that the miners must not strike, a proclamation to this effect having been issued yesterday. The miners' answer to this proclamation was to go on! strike. President Sends Letter to Rev. Dr. F. E. Clark By Associated Press Sagamore. Mass.. July }5. —The Rev. Dr. Francis E. Clark, founder and president of the Christian Endeavor Society, who is 111 of typhoid fever, has received a letter of sympathy from President Wilson. The letter, written at Cornish, N. H.. said: "I have heard with the deepest dis tress of your illness. I hope that It will cheer you up a little to think with what solicitous affection we are all hoping for your speedy recovery. The great work you have done in the Chris tian world has made you a multitude of friends, and none wishes for your welfare and recovery more heartily than does your sincere friend, "WOODROW WILSON." Distributor of "Weekly World" Under Arrest By Associated Press Wllkes-Barre, Pa., July 15. T. E. Morman, of this city, was arrested to day by Postal Inspector Frank Smith, charged with using the United States mails in connection with the distri bution of the Weekly World, with the sale of which baseball pool tickets were given. Morman was arrested on the street. The office of the concern was closed yesterday when the federal agents arrived here. ROCKKFKLLKR AT FOREST HILL By Associated Press Cleveland, 0., July 15. John D. Rockefeller arrived here to-day from Tarrytown, N. Y., to spend the sum- j mer at Forest Hill, his Cleveland residence. His trip, which was to have been made prior to his 76th birthday July 8, was delayed because of the attack by Frank Holt upon J. P. Morgan, and consequent fear that Rockefeller might be the object of a similar outrage by a crank. WILSON'S TIME DIVIDED By Associated Press Cornish. N. H., July 15.—President Wilson divided his time to-day between working, golf and automobiling. He was out on the golf links early In the morning and afterward retired to his study to consider official business. He has been absent from Washington dur ing his present trip longer than at any other time since becoming President. MONEY SCARCITY IX MEXICO | By Associated Press Washington, D. C., July 15. —Mexico City, freed of the perils of siege, and with prospects of food for the starving, now is confronted with another famine —a scarcity of money. Millions in currency, issued by the various fac tions In control of the capital, passed back and forth between them during the last year, have been repudiated by each succeeding government. BRITISH IX SERBIA By Associated Press Liverpool, July 15.—That British troops are now in Serbia, fighting with the Serbians against the Austro- Hungarians. was given official con firmation to-day by Crawford Price, the British eye-witness with the Ser bian forces. STORY XOT CONFIRMED By Associated Press Cornish, N. H., July 15. Reports that George T. Marye, American Am bassador to Petrograd, had presented his resignation to President Wilson were lacking in confirmation here to day. GERMANS TAKE PRZASNYSZ By Associated Press Berlin, July 15, via London, 3:58 p. m.—Przasnysz, a town of Russian Poland, fifty miles north of Warsaw, has been captured by the German forces, according to the official state ment given out to-day by the German army headquarters staff. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollar* Reward for any i ease of Catarrb that cannot be eared by Ball'* Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo, O. I We, the undersigned, have known P. J. Cheney tor the iaat 15 years, and belleTe blm perfectly honorable In all buslneaa transactions •nd flnsnrtsll} «ble to carry oat any obll(atk>oa made by his Arm. NAT. BANK or COMMERCE. Toledo. Ohio. Rail's Catarrh Care la taken Internally, ictinf directly upon thr blood and mucooa surfaces or the ayateaa. Testimonial* sent free. Pries a cents per bottle. Bold by all Dragglata. Saks Ball's Family PUls (or cwstlpatfefe j - here not alone becaaie prices are lower, but because qualities are betteiHt^tfK^^ 1 WtT STORE CLOSES TO-MORROW AT NOON /*? q pv A Short Half-Day, Tomorrow, Overflowing With Alluring Specials MUCH WANTED MILLINERY Of course you'll want two or three changes of hats for your trip to the shore, mountain or other resort. And you may have them without any strain on your purse if you'll do your buying here. Your attention is called to some advance models in early autumn hats which are much in vogue along Broadway right now. They are made of silk, satin and silk, velvet, etc., with brims of lace, maline and other light materials. Black, colors and color com binations. Also white Hemp, Leghorn, Genuine Pan ama, Sport and Outing Hats in wide va riety. Flower and feather trimmings of every description, and all at our Lower-Than-Elsewhere-Prices. V / 25c Fancy Buttons. Friday special, a card, 10© 50c Hair Switches. Friday special 25© 25c Barrettes. Friday special 5© 25c Braid Pins. Friday special 5© 5c Sewing Machine Oil. Friday special 3© 5c Diamond Snap Fasteners. Friday special, 2 cards for 5^ 10c Dress Shields. Friday special 5© John J. Clark's Thread. Friday special, 3 spools * or 5© 10c Belts. Friday special 3© 15c Waist Sets. Friday special 8© 25c Rings. Friday special lO© 25c Purses. Friday special 5© 10c Hats Pins. Friday special, 2 for 5© 10c Belt Pins. Friday special 1© 25c Pearl Beads. Friday special 15© 25c Lace Pins, 3on card. Friday special .. 15© Baby Ribbons. Friday special, 10 yards for, 5© 25c colored Moire Ribbon. Friday special, 17© 50c Stamped Drawers with floss. Friday special, 19© and 15c Stamped Cushion Tops. Friday special 5© 50c Stamped Ready-made white Middy Blouses. Friday special 25$ 25c and 39c Dresser Scarfs. Friday special, 19© 25c Ladies' Stamped Waists. Friday special. 1 50c Children's Ready-made Stamped Gowns. Friday special 25$ 50c Stamped Ready-made Chemise. Friday spe cial 25© 25c Stamped Collars. Friday special ... 10© 25c Dutch Suits. Friday special 1. 15© 25c Boys' Blouses. Friday special 12 1 /,© 25c White Tea Aprons. Friday special, 3 for 25© 25c Children's Dresses. Friday special .... 9© Ladies' Gauze Drawers; sizes 46, 48, 50. Fri day special 25© 12y 2 c Children's Fancy Socks. Friday special, 3 pair for 25© Soutter's lc to 25c Department Store WHERE EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY 215 Market Street Opposite Courthouse Rotarians to Pull Down Desk Lids Tomorrow Arrangements have virtually been completed for the annual outing of I the Rotary Club, which will be held | at Iroquois to-morrow afternoon and evening. The following invitation has been sent to all members by George W. Bogar, chairman of the entertainment committee, and William B. Bennett, chairman of the fraternal committee: "July 16 you must pull down your desk lid—you are needed. You sim ply must come up to Iroquois. This, you know, is Ave miles above Duncan non. Get into your 6-cyl. Ford or Packard —gather up a load of Ro- I tarlans or your Rotary male friends — | take them with you. If you are out I of gasoline, Buchanan's railroad will | have Nixon turn on the steam after [ Mumma pulls the cord. Now we don't want your good excuse for not going I (these will be thrown in the Juniat? | river along with the first swimmer in). I We want you to be there." 135 Newsies Attend "Big Doings" Meeting Of the total enrollment of 144 mem bers 135 attended the meeting of the Harrisburg Newsboys' Association last night, at which final arrangements for Friday's "big doings" were made. At 12.30 o'clock to-morrow after noon the 144 members of the asso ciation will line up at the headquar ters, 304 North Second street, and march in pairs to the island, where they intend to take a prominent part in the cheering of Harrisburg at the double-header. Isadore Levin will be cheer leader. The boys will carry pennants and wear badges. They will sec the game as the guests of Senator E. E. Beidleman. After disposing of the evening pa pers the newsies will again gather at headquarters for the banquet which will be given at 8 o'clock by Repre sentative Wildman. All the honorary members have been invited. The fol lowing honorary members were elected last night: Bishop Darlington, Senator Beidleman. Gus M. Steinmetz, Samuel Kunkel, V. H. Berghaus and J. G. Longsdorf. Scores of Harrisburgers Visitors at Isle of Que Scores of Harrisburgers motored to Sellnsgrove to-day, where they were the guests of Colonel Charles E. Covert at the Zembo Band and Patrol en campment on the Isle of Que. They will return to the city late this even . lng. The Shriners will break camp Sat urday. BOY'S HAND CRUSHED Special to The Telegraph Shiremanstown, Pa., July 15.—While working at the stone crusher owned by D. Ott & Son at Camp Hill Ar thur Barlup. 13-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Barlup, of Shiremans town, had his left hand caught In the cog wheels and badly crushed. JULY 15, 1915 50c Bungalow Aprons. Friday special 250 10c Children's Fancy Socks. Friday special, 4 pair for 250 12J/£c Children's Black Hose. Friday Special, 100 25c Ladies' Ribbed Vests. Friday special, 2 for 250 25c Filet Bandings. Friday special 100 25c Lace Bands. Friday special, a yard .... 50 8c and 10c Linen and Torchon Lace. Friday special, a yard 40 12*<|c Oriental Lace. Friday special, a yard, 70 10c Embroideries. Friday special, 3 yards for, 25c 6%c Embroideries. Friday special, a yard..4o Bathing Caps. Friday special 25C Bathing Shoes. Friday special . . 100 and 25<» 25c Cork Balls. Friday special 19e Men's Large Straw Hats. Friday Special, 1(>0 and 19f 25c Men's Silk Ties. Friday special, 2 for 250 Boys' Straw Hats. Friday special 50 Boys' Belts. Friday Special 50 15c Wash Ties. Friday special, 7 for .... 250 50c Princess Slips. Friday Special 250 25c Net Brassieres. Friday special, 2 for . . 25C 10c Children's Drawers. Friday special .... 40 25c Ladies' Neckwear, slightly soiled. Friday special 50 SI.OO and $2.00 Ladies' Black Hemp Hats, medi um and large sizes. Friday special .... 390 SI.OO Children's Untrimmed Hats. Friday spe cial 15^ 25c Fancy Flowers. Friday special 50 25c Fancy Flowers. Friday special 100 Pall Mall Chewing Gum. Friday special ... 10 10c Fancy German China Oat Meal Dishes. Friday special 5^ 25c Cut Glass Floral Design. Friday special, 150 5c Toilet Paper. Friday special 30 Odd sets of China and Tinware. Friday special, each 10, 20, 30, 4C and 50 39c extra large size all white Enamel Basin, Mixing Bowls and Lipped Saucepans. Friday special 25 C 15c Fancy German China Footed Bon-bon Dishes. Friday special 7^ 25c 40-inch Curtain Nets, white and ecru. Fri day special, a yard 12V£0 12]/ 2 C Dress Crepes, floral designs. Friday spe cial 60 Striped Suitings. Friday special (iC 12J4c fancy white Dress Goods, in plaids and stripes. Friday special ....'. 8c 15c plain colored Ratine. Friday special ... 60 15c colored stripe Voiles. Friday special ... <}o 12y 2 c—32-inch Ginghams, plain and stripes. Friday special (ty All Remnants, half price, 25c—36-inch Linen, plain colors. Friday special 121^0 50c 36-inch black Chico Silk. Friday special, Won't Tell Doctors What Kind of Poison He Took E. C. Wlllard, aged 27, 400 Verbeke street. Is in the Harrisburg Hospital in a critical condition suffering from poison which he took last night after a quarrel with his wife, according to the hospital authorities. Willard, after he was taken to the The Short and Scenic Route to Panama-Pacific Exposition I Union Pacific IpJJj Southern Pacific Tahoo ■ First used by the earliest explorers, made famous by the Mor mon disciples, the gold seekers, the Pony Express and the Overland Stage Coach—now, the double-tracked National I Highway to San Francisco. Fewest curves, lowest grades, and ■ smoothest track. At the highest point on the Sierras you may, for 23.00 addi tional expense, make a side trip to beautiful Lake Tahoe, ■ 6240 feet above sea level, 200 feet deep, 23 miles long. 273 Miles Shorter and from 11 to 28 Honrs Faster than any other through car line Chicago to San Francisco. Two extra days for sightseeing at the Exposition—saves a day each way. More double track than any other line, Chicago to San Francisco. Protected all the way by automatic electric block safety signals. ■ In addition to the through trains via the Chicago & North Western and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, there are also operated through sleeping cars from Chicago to San Francisco via the Illinois Central, Chicago Great Western and Rock Island lines. This low round trip fare includes Sain Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, both Expositions, Denver, Colorado Springs, Ogden (Ogden Canyon) and Salt Lake City. For slight _ additional expense you may visit Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, Yellowstone National Park, Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park booklet descriptive of California and the Expositions. EL- ' and for complete information concerning train service, fill in coupon and mail today. I nil; Pffllflfl S ' , C " Mllbouroe, G. Agt., | 1 AjUW IVUUiIU Union Pacific. R. R„ f >• 1 m i p 841 Chestnut St., f Inn rare Philadelphia. Pa, f ■ A * * *r F. T. Brook*. D. P. A.. T f'—K to Both s^tl^ r "r n fl i rSt RR - y^TthoS? t r . X . . 632 pnestnut fet., f co#t cr oWI . Expositions Philadelphia, Pa. bo ft k- J TIN VWt Southern P.eifle Buildini.P.r.«m«. , J, Jki I. , Pacific Exposition—R«t Room— / Jl« -V, *'*'* Eutcrn Ntmptpm / |L Stereopticon Lecturu 6ft / institution, refused to tell the phy. sicians what he had taken, and shortly after relapsed into unconsciousness. Until a late hour this afternoon he had not regained his senses. Blood testa are being made to determine what tha man swallowed, as this is believed to be the only thing left,to save his life. When the officers attempted to take him to the hospital last night after Hp drank the poison he resisted them, but was finally overcome.