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RILLIS BUILDING TO BE DEBATED Interesting Program of Exercises Arranged by Committee For Sunday Ceremony at Enola , Special to The Telegraph Enola. Pa.. Aug. 20.—Plans have been completed by the executive com mittee of the Hillis evangelistic cam paign for the dedication of the big building on Sunday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock and an Interesting program has been arraneed. The committee con sists of the Rev. D. M. Ayer. pastor of the First United Brethren Church; the Rev. F. G. Sleep, of the Methodist Episcopal Church; S. W. Hepford, general secretary of the P. R- R- V M. C. A.; the Rev. O. J. Farling. pastor of the Church of God: the Rev. B. L. Moore, pastor of the Evan cellcal Church, and the Rev. J. A. Sbettel. of West Fairriew. CORNROAST AT ORR'S BRIDGE Special to The Telegraph Shiremanstown. Pa., Aug. 20.—The joung women who are camping at hrr's Bridge entertained the following gvests at a cornroast Tuesday even ing: Mrs. Jacob Miller, Mrs. J. How ard Beamer, Mrs. Gilbert Starr. Mrs. W. E. Bitner. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Bower. Miss Violet Williamson. Miss Margaret Ryan. Miss Mae Wertz, Miss Gladys Bitner, Kemper Bitner, Nevin Wertz. Walter Zimmerman. Francis Rupp. John Bitner, William. Ginter, Eugene Bitner, Thomas Lantz, Joseph Ginter. Bruce Wolf. Ralph Bates. Uriah Lutz. William Walls and Ken r.eth Starr. SURPRISE FOR MR. KRABER Special to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg. Pa., Aug. 20.—When Howard Kraber. of Harr'.sburg. «vas invited to the home of Jacob W. Sheely. near Shiremanstown. Wednes dav evening he was not prepared for the surprise his host sprung on him. When he entered the house a large party -mysteriously emerged from the shadows to extend greetings. After the fun of the surprise subsided the company played five hundred and later a sumptuous luncheon was served at small tables decorated with china asters. The party included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raine. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrev Hargest. Mrs. William Drink •wster. Mrs. Leisman. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kraber. all of Harrisburg; Mr and Mrs. H S. Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Tred Hasler. of Middletown: Mr. and Mrs. Geary Brenner. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Mtimma. of Mechanicsburg: Mr. and Mrs. John Roth. Mr. and Mrs. John Sheelv. Mr. and Mrs. Rlain Bower and Miss Irene Heck, of Shiremanstown. and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Sheely. Small-Size Tires Made Bigger Tires 30x3*/2 Also 30x3 20% More Capacity | $317,000 Better ~%r\r>4 w n ii These improvements will cost 30% More Rubber us this ycar §317.000 extra. In Side Wails $317,000 Better r ' his "" ° ls ° br °" !l " ,0 ' Goodyear users an enormous .. . , price reduction, making 45 per Note what Goodyear users get cent jn twQ yeari this year on tires in smaller sizes. We have added 20 per cent to the air capacity. That adds im- Note that Goodyear tires, as mensely to your riding comfort, made before, won top place in combats the blowouts and over- Tiredom. Never has another tire loading that came to smaller tires, won so many users. We have added 30 per cent to It is these tires—proved the the rubber in the side walls, where best tires built—which we have constant bending breaks so many bettered this year in every way tires. that experts know. We have made new molds— Get these super-tires. Our changed the whole design—be- mammoth output makes this extra cause of newly-discovered ways value possible. Don't take smaller, to add to the tires' endurance. thinner tires. Goodyear Service Stations Tires in Stock HAFklSBURG—Bowman & Co Ford Motor Car Co. Harrisburg Auto. Geo. W. Myers Andrew Redmond Rex Auto Co. Jno. T. Selsman BERRYSBURG—P. H. Keboch DILLSBURG—Dillsburg Auto Supply Cc ELIZABETHVILLE—C. T. Romberger HUMMELSTOWN —Brownstone Store Co., Ltd. LYKENS—Lykens Motor Car Co. A. A. Rudisil MIFFLINTOWN—Juniata Garage MILLERSBURG—W. H. Tyson NEW CUMBERLAND—Brooks Weigel NEWPORT—Newport Auto & Garage Co. TOWER CITY—J. B. Watkins FRIDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH AUGUST 20, 1915 BIG PERRY GOUim I FRUIT ORCHARD SOLD Pittsburgh Firm Buys One of Largest Tracts in This Sec tion of State Special to The Telegraph Blain. Pa.. Aug. 20. —A. Andolina & i Company, of Pittsburgh. Pa., have bought the frutt orchard of the late; C. L. Martin, who was in partnership with Harry Coble, for 15,000. The orchard is located in Saville township j and comprises several thousand trees of peach, apple, pear and plums, and is considered one of the best orchards in this section of the State. The tract, practically all in the orchard, con tains many acres. OUTING AT BOILING SPRINGS Sfecial to The Telegraph Mecbanicsburg, Pa., Aug. 20.—An outing to Boiling Springs Park was en joyed yesterday afternoon by the mem bers "of the Missionary Society of i St. John's Lutheran Church, Shire manstown. With Mrs. H. K. Lantz presiding, the regular meeting was' held in the pavilion and the subject | was "Women Who Are the Barome- ; ters of Japanese Life." A basket j luncheon was served to about twenty five people. HIRT IX PECULIAR ACCIDENT j Special to Tlte Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa.. Aug. 2 o.—An ac cident occurred near Waynecastle yes terday that resulted in the injury of Harry Morgal and Samuel Stoner. two residents of Zulllnger. near Waynes boro. Morgal was driving a traction engine which pulled a threshing ma chine behind it. The coupling pin holding the two together broke and the threshing machine ran forward, crashing into the engine. Young Mor gal was thrown against the engine and was- badly bruised and scalded by es caping steam, while Stoner's back was twisted and injured. DENLINGER FAMILY REUNION Special to The Telegraph Marietta. Pa.. Aug. 20.—The Den linger family reunion is being held to-day in the Conestoga Park. Manv from adjoining states are present. George R. Eshelman. of Lancaster, de livered an address. NEW SCHOOL BUILDING Marietta. Pa.. Aug. 20. Ground was broken to-day for the erection of a" new school building at Gap by Contractor Aiken. C. M. Umble. the oldest resident of Gap. was accorded tht: honor of taking the first shovelful of dirt from the hole. A Sale of Better Grade Boys' Cloth Suits— Owing to the demands for increased space, for our men's clothing department, this sale will wind up our boys' clothing department. As all the suits are of the best makes, it is necessary to see these values to properly judge—the former values of which, were $6.00 to $15.00 * * to be sold at $2.95, $3.95, $4.95 QCt In the assortment at this price, are mixtures, cheviots and serges Jk V i/O —these suits regularly would be worth up to * $7.00 —Norfolk and pleated models—ages 6 yrs. to 18 years. ffr OQd Values in this lot should make every one buy 2or more suits for < t/O future use—plain and novelty materials—in all colors—the new- H"-'*lllll est style belted and Norfolk models, formerly sold up to $9.00 HI —ages to 18 years. d* A QE\ Here are the acme °* fi nene ss In boys' suits—splendid mate v/O rials and styles—that formerly sold $12.50 and $15.00; sizes to 18 years. SCHLEISNER' S—2B-30 and 32 N. 3rd St. Prominent Speakers at Motor Club Demonstration lit %(* £ ; Jfl WILLIAM S. DETWILER Burgess of Columbia columbialolds i FHEE ROADS MEETING:; . h Highway Commissioner Cunning- \ ham Principal Speaker at Big Gathering at Columbia 1 < Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Aug. 20.—Columbia J was arrayed tn holiday attire to-day | i in honor of the grand demonstration | ; for free roads, which was held in the i 1 State Armory last night under the . auspices of the Columbia Automobile I Club. Private dwellings and stores were gaily decorated and the public places brilliantly illuminated last night to mark the opening of the first public meeting of the people of the county! in a movement to abolish toll roads, t The event surpassed the most sanguine ! expectations of the promoters and was attended by members of the i various .motor clubs from Lancaster, Harrisburg, York and other points, as well as large delegations from the Business Men's. Associations in the' boroughs of Lancaster county. Preceding the mass meeting in the armory where seats had been provided for fifteen hundred people, mere was a parade of automobiles, headed by the Metropolitan Band In an auto truck and the Columbia Mandolin club In another. Robert J. Cunning- I & Su P ert I tassi=s V TJt o/ ru6Aer- •**■ Sureß* | Special >|| I Garden Hosell 1 Harrisburg Jf % Rubber Co. Jjf Walnut SiM I ROBERT J. CUNNINGHAM 1 State Highway Commissioner v ham. State Highway Commissioner, I participated In the parade and deliver ed an address at the meeting. Frank t B. Bosch, president of the Harrisburg g Motor Club, was the second speaker and an address was given by D. F. s> Magee. chairman of the Good Roads t Committee of the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce. The meeting which was s the largest of the kind ever held in a the county, attracted several thousand visitors and gives Columbia the dis- li tinctlon of having been the first town S In the county to inaugurate the move- C ment to abolish toll roads. The committee in charge comprised p Chief Burgess W. Sanderson Detwller, 1 who delivered the address of welcome; v Alfred H. Meyers, president of the Columbia Automobile Club, who pro- l, sided at the meeting: Colonel E. C. 1 Shannon. Modle Helnmp.n and Lieuten ant X. W. Zeamer, chairman of the a Boosters' Committee. j Five-Foot Fungus Found on Stump at Boiling Springs ] Special to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg, Pa., Aug. 20. A g huge fungus, probably the largest j ' found In this section, was gathered v frcm an old stump near Boiling ; Springs Park by Harry S. Markley yes- t terday and was an object of curiosity j i tor the crowds of people who picnic [there. It measured 5 feet In circum- , : ference and 15 inches in height and closely resembled an enormous loaf of s bread. Stalagmites of an interesting t j nature were found by Mr. Markley in a cave near the park which he pene- ] trated for more than 125 feet and which is considerably deeper. , 300 AT GRANGE PICNIC , Special to The Telegraph Blaln. Pa., Aug. 20. Over three , hundred attended the Grange picnic yesterday In Reeder s Woods, near ' Green Park. The Elllottsburg Band ■ furnished music. Speakers who de livered addresses were Ex-State Mas ] ter of the Grange, W. T. Creasy, of I Oatawissa, Pa., the Rev. Thomas H. ! Matterness, of Landisburg. and the i Rev. A. R. Longenecker, of Loyevllle. CARLOAD OF HORSESHOES Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Aug. 20.—Manager ; E. T. Edwards of the Susquehanna ! Iron Company, has received an order i from a representative of the Russian ; Government for three carloads of . horseshoes and two carloads of Iron ' for making wagon tires. The contract i requires that the work be completed within a few weeks. CAMPMEETING TO OPEN Special to The Telegraph Columbia. Pa., Aug. 20—On Satur day evening the twenty-third annual session of the Central Manor Camp meeting Association connected with the Churches of God, will open at! Central Manor. The Rev. Dr. Ira A. Mac Donald of Shippensburg, Pa., will . be the spiritual director. YOUNG FOLKS ENTERTAINED Lemoyne. Pa.. Aug. 20.—The Misses Mildred and Mary Rudy entertained a crowd of the Lemoyne young folks at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Rudy last night. Professor W. L. Moyer of Harrisburg helped make :up a musical program, presenting sev eral selections on the guitar and man dolin. Other numbers on the program were selections by Misses Mildred and Majy Rudy and Miss Frances Sutton. Those present were: Frances Sutton. I Mary Rudy, Mildred Rudy, Hazel •Mumma, Mabel Musaelman, Mabel 'Brought of Carlisle, Anna Baker, Le rene Mumma, Harry Welsh. Ernest Dopkee. Galen Schllchter. Haroold Haag. Eugene Haag, Wayne McCor mlck. George Moyer, John Moyer, Prof. W. L. Mover, Mr. and Mre. E. K. Rudy, Mrs. Whitney Mumma. Social and Personal News of Towns Along West Shore A. F. Peckard, of Liverpool, princi pal of the Marysville public schools, visited there on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. White, of Marys ville, were the guests of friends in Duncannon on Thursday. Miss Beatrice Holland, Donald Hol land and William Holland, of Marya ville, visited friends in Duncannon. H. W. Flleklnger. of Philadelphia, is spending some time at Marysville as the guest of his brother, Benjamin Flickinger. Mrs. Samuel Ellenberger, of Marys ville, is spending some time at Phila delphia. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kline and grandson, Cassius Kennedy, of Marys ville, left on Thursday for Springfield. Ohio, where they will spend some time with W. H. Meals. Miss Ruth Sanson of Harrisburg was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ray mond Fettrow at Lemoyne yester day. « LeVan Hyssong returned to his home In Winchester to-day after spending the week with friends in Le moyne. *, Miss Hilda Schllchter a student nurse at a Philadelphia Hospital Is visiting her uncle H. B. Wltman at Lemoyne. Mrs. Frank Hamilton and nephew, Junior Beckley, of Harrisburg, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sweeney at Lemoyne yesterday. Mr. Longdorf of Harrisburg was the guest of Paul D. Fettrow at Lemoyne to-day. Miss Mabel Brought of Carlisle is spending some time with W. H. Weerts at Lemoyne. Miss Mildred Ross of New Cumber land, entertained the Noble Workers Sunday school class of the Church of Good last evening. J. Cadwalder moved from Philadel phia into Charles Streltne's house in Third street. New Cumberland, this week. J. J. Baughman. of New Cumber land, haa returned from a trip to New York. Robert Seaman of New Cumberland, a member of the National Guard, Is at Mt. Gretna. Raymond Bond of York is visiting friends In New Cumberland. William Hagerman of Brockton, N. Y.. is visiting his mother, Mrs. Levlna Hagerman, and family at New Cum berland. Mrs. Mary Balletts and Mrs. J. A. Sprenkel. of New Cumberland, went to Mt. Gretna to-day to spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailetts. Miss Myra Sheesley, of New Cum berland, is visiting friends at Read ing. Mrs. Elmer Allen and son Mervln, of Enola, are visiting friends In lowa. Miss Mary R. Fisher, of Enola, is I spending her vacation at Philadelphia and Atlantic City., Edward Weitmyer has returned to his home in New York. Mrs. James A. Huston, of Enola. has returned home from near Newvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Bachman, of Enola. are visiting relatives In Sum ner, lowa. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Jones and ( son. of Enola. are spending the week at Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rasbridge have returned to their home at Phila delphia. The Rev. A. G. Wolf, Mrs. "Wolf and son. of W r est Falrview, spent Tuesday with friends at New Cumberland. Miss Ruth Hueler, of York, is the guest of Miss Miriam Koch at New Cumberland. Mrs. John Hoyer and three daugh ters. of New Cumberland, spent the week with Mrs. Meikle. Mrs. Hoyer's mother, at Gettysburg. , Mrs. McCreary, of Cfiambersburg. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Crow, at New Cumberland. John Bruner, of New Market, spent the past week in Reading. William Steffee moved into his newly purchased property at Elkwood this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lefever and daughter, of Philadelphia, are guests of Mr. and Sirs. Jacob Lefever and J. P. Sweeney's family at New Cumber . land. I Sir. and Mrs. Boyd Lantz and son Boyd, of New Cumberland, visited , friends at Philadelphia this week. I Mrs. Elizabeth Hesse and two daughters, of Washington, D. C.. spent j the week with Mrs. Harriet Wicker sham at New Market. Dr. H. W. Linpbaugh and George H. | Reiff. of New Cumberland, were at Williams Grove on Tuesday. »' ' THTEVFS ROB HOUSE WHILE 1 | FAMILY ARE AT FUNERAL i | Lewistown, Pa., Aug. 20.—While Mr. .' and Mrs. Kochenaur of Shirleysburg, ' Pa., were here attending the funeral B I of their daughter-in-law. Mrs. Harry " i Kochenaur, wife of the Adams Express " I agent, some person entered their } | home In the little town on the Broad -1 top road and stole a large quantity of '• silverware and $57 In money. , i, 'J I WARNING ON ARMY WORM ' Hagerstown, Md., Aug. 20.—Accord " lng to information received at the ' United States laboratory In this city a from the Department of Agriculture. - the Fall army worm Is expected to make lta appearance In the East this Fall and persons are warned against the promised Invasion. j To-morrow --- Saturday Schleimer's Men's Store will have three lots of suits to offer at very special prices. These suits are from the highest class t manufacturers, therefore in comparing prices one must take into account the grade of merchandise the various stores handle—most of our suits are prac tically Hand Tailored— An Assortment of $30.00 j and $35.00 Suits $19.75 , An Assortment of $25.00 . _ _ . Suit. si 6.75 I An Assortment of Odds and .. r Ends up to $25.00 Suits . . $9.75 IF YOU SEE A SUIT IX OUR WINDOW YOU LIKE, WE WILL GLADLY TAKE IT OUT , On Third Street ~; . i It s worth your while to come to these stores now everything is new as our summer stock is virtually cleaned out —_ i at every glance one sees the new smart fall things authentic styles and ma terials which are correct, which is just as important as the styles. Special attention is called to our large showing of dresses for immediate use in serge combinations Satin combinations Taffeta combinations mostly navy tho we have other shades —-3 splendid models special at $1 5.00. Our showing of Suits —Skirts—Blouses —Coats —is a revelation —Schleisner expects all to say—"they are the best in town." Misses Going Away to School Mothers will find us well prepared with Dresses —Suits—Skirts —Blouses —just the kind the girls will require— * On 3rd Street WIIXIAM CORN PROBST DIES Washington County Hospital h«re Hagerstown, Md., Aug. 20.—William from typhoid fever, aged 30. He is Cornprobst, of this city, formerly of survived by his widow and two Kewville, Pa., died yesterday at the brothers. NOTICE! | To All Contractors and j Material Men The Board of Directors of the Keystone State i I F a i r and Industrial Exposition desire names of ■ j ;i all contractors and material men interested in bidding on work to be done on our Speedway ! j and Fair Grounds. Names must all be in our ii office by August 25th, in order to reach our ar i; chitects* in Chicago by August 28th. Keystone State Fair $ Industrial Exposition By W. M. HAWTHORNE, President 706 Kunkel Building, Harrlsburjj, Pa.