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CENTRAL iVEWS
( DEATH BREAKS FOUR GENERATION GROUP )I
V
Special to the Telegraph
Williamstown, Pa., March 7.—0 nly 011 Tuesday last, the above group,
representing four generations of Daniel Swalm's family posed for the
photograph. Little did they realize at that time that within a few days one
<>f them would be dead. On Saturday night the Telegraph reporter re
reived the photo of the group, contemplating to send it for publication,
when next morning word was received of the death of the great-grand
father. Daniel Swalm, of Valley View, Pa., who died in his home very
suddenly following a stroke. lie was 76 years old. The rest of the group
are Muster Winston DaMonte Hart, and his mother, Mrs. Hart, of Palmer
ion, T J a., and the grandmother, Mrs. Alice (nee Swalm) Klinger, of Wil
liamstown, Pa.
Million Pounds of Lancaster
Tobacco Shipped to Europe
Special to the Telegraph
Marietta, March 7. —Lancaster
county tobacco is in sreat demand by
i lie soldiers of the belligerent armies
in Europe. Ever since the opening
of Ihc war agents are. anxious to get
this tobacco and have been paying
i!ood prices for it. One million pounds
have been shipped to Belgium and
Holland within the past six months.
PARENT-TEACHERS MEETING
Special to the Telegraph
Dauphin, Pa., March 7.—The Par
ent-Teachers Association of Middle
Paxlon township, met at Red Bridge
school House, Friday evening. Tho
meeting was called to order by the
president, Isaac Bogner. The school
sang "America," Miss Esther Deil|Mi
secretary, read minutes of previous
meeting; Miss Marion Minsker recited
"The Spelling Bee"; the school ren
dered a very entertaining program.
LM the president's request pupils from
filed Hill and "Noodle Doosey" schools
tt'ecited. Minsker Strohm and Direc
tor John Strieker offered comments
lend suggestions. The exercises end
led with arecltation, "Petor Sorghan in
Love." by Mr. Etzwiler.
The next meeting will, be held on
Friday, March 17, at 7.30 o'clock in
Mr. Etzwiler's school at Noodle Doo
sey. —• —
FOUND DEAD ON TRACKS
Special to the Telegraph
Bart. Pa., March 7. W. W. Walt
man was found dead along tho tracks
of the railroad, having been struck by
;i train and his body badly mutilated,
lie was 44 years of age, and is sur
vived by two brothers. ITe was con
nected with the large clay mines in
the southern end of the county.
MINISTERS FAVOR CURFEW
Special to the Telegraph
Waynesboro, Pa., March 7.—Waynes
boro Ministerial Association at a meet
ing held yesterday afternoon advo
cated a curfew law for Waynesboro.
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TUESDAY EVENING, ' HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH MARCH 7, 1916.
. PLAY BY CAMPFIRE GIRLS
MUlerstown, Pa., March 7. —On Sat
urday, March 11, the Heneekls Camp-
Iflre Girls will give a two-act comedy
' drama by Helen F. Bagg, "The Fas
| cinating Fanny Brown" in Ricka
| baugh's hall. The cast of characters
is as follows: Perclval Gale, who
keeps a summer hotel, "Idlewild,"
Perry Ulsh; Billy Pierson, the only
man at the hotel, V. B. Tabb; Henry
i Dudley, college soph, Joe SnoUe: Mrs.
Caldwell, Maude Shover; Andrey Cald
well, Zella Cathcart; Dorothy Dud
ley, guests at "Idlewild," Helen
Rounsley: Florence Howe and Mar
garet Bollinger; Mrs. Moffet, neigh
boring cottager, Olive Dlmm; Martha,
a servant, Mary Ulsh. Special music
will be rendered between acts.
FAREWELL TO PASTOR
Special to the Telegraph
1 Williamstown, Pa., March 7.—A
i farewell surprise party was tendered
j the Kev. W. D. Savidge, pastor of the
Seiberts' Evangelical Church, at his
j home. The evening was spent in play*
| ing games and music and refresh
! ments were served. Those present
| were: Misses Mary Budd, Jane Mof
> fett, Emma Bowen, Myrtle Hoffman,
Hazel Walklnshaw, Florence Kauff
man, Mrs. Ben Williams, Mrs. Flor
ence Williams. Helen and David Sav
idge, Mao Williams, the Revs. Savidge
and Meixell.
ADDRESSES ON TEMPERANCE
Special to the Telegraphy.
Mifflintown, Pa., March 7.—Miss
.Miss Mary B. Edwin, of Cedarville.
Ohio, general secretary of the Loyal
temperance Legion will give two
addresses this afternoon and evening.
At 4 p. m. a children's meeting in the
Lutheran chapel will be held, and at
7.30 Miss Erwin will deliver a lecture
in the church.
HUNTING ADLER'S RELATIVES
Marietta, March 7.—Coroner Wal
ter Fryberger is holding: the body of
I Richard Adler, "„.i accidentally shot
! himself several days ago, in the hope
'of finding relatives. He formerly re
sided at Philadelphia, where he was
I engaged as a cabinetmaker and car
-1 penter.
28-30 and 32 N. 3rd St.
TtnnfAvillO' l] lc f ronl —improving the in
® terior of our stores —
meanwhile
our business continues without
the slightest interruption—
And while on this
subject—we wish to say that
we try to improve our merchan
dise from season to season
and truthfully ac
knowledge it is much easier to
improve a store or its appoint
ments than to improve mer
chandise already on a high
standard—
While we can't im
prove our merchandise much
we try to improve
our service continually.
WM. B. SCHLEISNER.
KITCHEN' SHOWER TOR BRIDE |
Special to the Telegraph
Eykens, Pa., March 7.—A kitchen j
shower was held Monday evening at. j
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bit
terman for their daughter, Mrs. J. F.
Row. Mrs. Row received many beauti
ful gifts. Those present were Itow- i
ard Bitterman and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Cyrus Parfit, Mrs. Chester Reese,
Mrs. David Romberger, Mrs. W. H.
Daniels and daughter Naomi, Mrs.
Charles Welker, the Rev. and Mrs. A.
11. Soulliard, Claude and Elmer Hand.
CHANGE OF L'ASTORS
Special 1o the Telegraph
Annville, Pa., March 7.—At the
conference of the United Evanglical
• 'hurch at Harrisburg last week a
change was made in the pastorate of j
the local church. The Rev. A. A. \
Koch, who served the Annville con
gregation for a period of four years
was transferred to Fleetsword, Berks
county. He is succeeded by the Rev.
11. L. Yeagle, pastor of the Church at
Adamstown, Lancaster county, for a
number of years.
STUDENTS' RECITAIJ
Special to the Telegraph
Annville, Pa.. March 7.—T-ast even
ing the annual students' recital of the
school of music and department of j
oratory of Lebanon Valley College was j
held in the Conservatory of Music. |
The following students were on the)
program: Miss Ruth Strlckler, Ethel
Ktrickler, Miss J. Mr-Go wan. Miss
Helen Oyler, Miss R. HefHeman, Miss
Elizabeth Jenkins. Messrs. Earl
lSichelberger. M. Curry and E. Mickey.
RETURNING TO FRANCE
Special to the Telegraph
Waynesboro. Pa., March 7. —Harry
Miner, for a number of years the rep
resentative of the Landis Tool Com
pany in France, who has been spend
ing the past two months with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Miner,
here, left to-day for New York,
whence he will sail Saturday on the
Chicago, of the French line, for Bor
deaux, France.
T\V EIJFTIT ANNIVERSARY
Special to the Telegraph
Columbia, Pa., March Rev.
Dr. Edgar Grim Miller, pastor of the
First English Lutheran Church, ob
served the twelfth anniversary of his
pastorate on Sunday and as an appre
ciation of his services the council voted
him an increase in salary. In honor of
the Bame event the Christian Endeavor
Society presented the pastor with a
large shower bouquet of carnations.
CHILD BURNED TO DEATH
Special to the Telegraph
Blain, Pa., March 7.—A distressing
accident occurred on Friday at the
home of John Rupp, near Ickesburg,
when his daughter Sarah, 5 years old.
was burned so badly that she died
Iwo hours later. The mother was
also badly burned in her efforts to save
lhe child, whose clothing caught fire
from matches the Jhree children of
the family were playing with.
TWO COUPLES ON HONEYMOON
Special to the Telegraph
Waynesboro, Pa., March 7.—Two
young couples of Frederick, Md., who
were united in marriage Sunday are
spending their honeymoon with Mr.
and Mrs. John Cline here. The
couples are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sum
mers and Mr. and Mrs. Claggett Sum
mers. The Messrs. Summers are
cousins and are nephews of Mrs. Cline.
SEED CORN SHIPPED
Special to the Telegraph
Dfllsbur.v, Pa.. March 7. Robert
8. Clark whose farm adjoins Dillsburg
on the north has just shipped five
hundred bushels of seed corn to a
larsre wholesale seed firm in New
York City. Mr. Clark makes a spe
cialty of corn growing, the largest
bulk of which he sells for seed.
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any case of Sere Throat. tojjsTliNK relieves
Sore Mouth and Hoarseness and prevents Quinsy.
25c. and 60c. Hospital Size SIM. All Drotflstf.
THK TOHtltWti COMPAMY. . . « Pan too, Ohio.
ATTORNEYS ARE
READY TO DINE
Dauphin County Bar Associa
tion to Entertain Attorney
General Tonight
seventy or more
i members of the}
evening round the
WPPITi " ie b c ' ui>
Dauphin County
Bar Association.
Charles 11. Bergner, Charles C.
Stroh and John E. Fox constitute the
dinner committee. John E. Fox, the
retiring president will be toantmaster.
Among the guests expected is Attor
ney General Francis Shunk Brown.
Record*'!' Squares Account Willi
.State For Febiiiury. —County Record
or James 10. Lenlz lias filed Ills report
lor business in February with the
jState otficials. Just IS7I deeds, mort
!gages, etc., were filed. The receipts
were $179.
I Divorced Husband Sues One-time
Wife. Suit in assumpsit began by
George Armpriester against his di
vorced wife, Elizabeth, to recover $285
was one of the cases heard in Feb
ruary Common Pleas court to-dav
before President Judge Kunkel.
Bowman to Open Supply Bids.
! Proposals for furnishing the bureau
jof water and light of the department
jot Public Safety with the year's supply
iof castings, lire hydrants, vaives,
! stopcocks, etc., and aluminum sul
jpliate and hypoelorlde of lime for the
I filter plant, will be opened at 3 o'clock
, I March 20.
Filial Account. Notice has been
filed by State Insurance Commissioner
Charles Johnson that he will begin
I preparation of his final account as li
quidator of the "Employes' Indem
nity Company of Philadelphia" for
presentation to the Dauphin county
, court for approval.
Echo of I ,iecnse Court. Applica
, tiwill be made to the Dauphin County
court Friday at. 10 o'clock for the
transfer of the liquor license now held
> by M. P. Johnson, 26 Grace street, to
. Frederick B. Aldinger.
| Auditor Walter Conducts Hearing.—
[ Attorney A. Ross Walter, auditor re
cently appointed by the Dauphin
| county courts to distribute the bal
ance in the hands of John P. Blosser,
( executor of the estate of John B. Bios.
: ser, formerly of Middle Paxton town
! ship, held the first hearings for the
! puri ese yesterday in the offices of C.
,|C. Stroll, Commonwealth Trust Bulld
! >ng.
I'ark OcparlinciK Reports Issued.—
Attractively bound copies o fthe 1914
j report of the Department of Parks
and Public Property, as submitted by
I ex-Park Commissioner Harvey Tav
j lor, have been issued. Mr. Taylor Is
j preparing the report for 1915.
[WEST SHORE NEWS
COMMUNION SERVICE
New Cumberland, March 7.—Next
J Sunday the last quarterly communion
, service before conference will be held
in Baughman Memorial .Methodist
j church, morning and evening. The
I pastor, the Rev. J. V. Adams, will
t leave for conference on March 15, at
; Altoona.
i FUNERAL OF C. M. RAKER
r Enola, Pa., March 7. —C. A'. Baker
. of Brick Church road, Enola: who was
t killed near White March Junction on
the Trenton cut-off on Sunday after
■ noon when he was struck by a roof
that, was blown off a box car, will be
buried hero on Thursday afternoon,
the Rev. D. M. Oyier officiating at
the services. The Enola fire company,
of which Mr. Baker was a member,
will attend in a body.
' WILL GO TO CANADA
Shlremanstown, Pa., March 7. —
i Mr. and Mrs. John Brubacher and two
i daughters have gone to Sclinsgrovc,
| Snyder county, where they will attend
the funeral of Mrs. Brubaeher's sis
; ter, after which they will go to
| Brooks, Alta, Canada, where they in
(j tend making their future home.
| | DR. KELLER LECTURES
I Sliiremanstown, Pa., March 7. —Dr.
j Keller, of Jtarrjsburg, gave an inter
iesting lecture In the United Brethren
Sunday school on Sunday morning. He
| extended an invitation to the mem
bers of the school to attend the larne
missionary convention being held in
lliarrlsburg next week.
A
BLOUSE
SALE
of much interest—considering the styles and the
most unusual price reductions, in face of the cry
"Everything has gone up.
They consist of Blouses we close out as well as some pur
chased at a close-out price from manufacturers—They all
• are the standard Schleisner quality—which means much.
25 Plaid Silk Blouses, splendid to 12 Blouses, made of "La Jerz" Silk
wear with suits—s.9s values brown and green, 5.50 value ■
closing at 1.95 , closing at 1.95
50 Georgette Blouses, plum, brown 10 Georgette Blouses, in green and
and green, values 5.95 plum, lined, 8.50 values
closing at 3.95 and 2.95 _ closing at 4.95
25 Radium Lace Blouses, one of a 50 Handmade Georgette Blouses, one
kind, chiffon ribbon trimmed un- of a kind, hand embroidered'and
der bodice, values 12.50 beaded; no duplicates 18.50
closing at 8.50 values closing at 8.50
1 Lot Soiled Blouses, white lingerie 36 Radium Lace Blouses, chiffon
and figured all white materials— lining—value 5.75
value 1.25 and 1.00 closing at 3 9g
closing at 39^
5 dozen Striped Batiste Blouses,
5 dozen Georgette Blouses, flesh and coral and green stripes, embroi
white, lace trimmed and plain dered collar and cuffs
tucked, 5.95 value dosing at 2.25)
, closing at 3.75
4 dozen double-breasted taffeta
Black Crepe de C hine Silk Blouses, Blouses, green, pink and blue
7.95 value closing at 1.95 closing at 2.29
jfvtWTO&d
28, 30 and 32 N. Third St.
HIGH TRIBUTE TO
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Singing of Lucia Di Lammer
moor Pleases Mempliis
Operatic Critic
Hugh H. Hulin. critic of The Commer
cial Appeal of Memphis, of March 2,
pays a high tritfute to the work of the
San Carlo Opera Company, which will
appear at the Chestnut Street Audi
torium, March 28 and 29. The Appeal
says:
"Not in the recollection of the present
generation has the opera 'Lucia di I,am
mcrmoor' been more exquisitely sung
than It was last night at the Lyceum
Theater by the San Carlo Opera. Com
nanv Aside from all other artistic
features, the rendition of the mad scene
hv Kdvice Vacoarl wiU sustain itself.
She has been heard before in the part,
hut under less advantageous circum
stances. Last night she swept senti
ment aside, she demanded a hearing
on operatic grounds. She won because
of the sheer supremacy of her art. When
last heard she sang at a disadvantage
The critical thought that she was not
equipped for the part prevailed. Last
night from the first trill of her voice
there was an atmosphere of confidence.
Ilei* sinking; in the sextet was more
than satisfying, but in the mad scene
every voice in the audience was hushed,
every heart was thrilled, every soul was
inspired with the exquisite essence of
her song. . „ _ ..
"Last nights performance was the
best that the San Carlo Company has
ever given here artistically, operatic-
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ally, or dramatically and was doubly
Impressive. For some time it Rave us
an insight into the qualities and at
tainments of the Galles company, it
convinces the public what he lias done
and what he is trying* to do. His per
formance, while not possible so elabo
rately staged as that of the Boston
Grand Opera Company, has no cause to
blush.
"The orchestra was strong and swept
sympathetically through the Donizetti
score under the skilled ministrations of
triuesoppe Angelini, who has naturally
the comprehension of the Italian dis
play. The chorus, not a large one, but
correct and sympathetic, responded
with splendid results.
"The appearance of Angelo Antola as
Henry Ashton not only added distinc
tion but gave aristocratic adequacy to
the roundout of the role, in the dual
sense of song and action. The Edgar
of Ravenhood of Emanuel Salazar,
brought out another splendid member
in the best operatic organization that
has been heard in Memphis for years.
He romped through the part at the same
time splendidly sustaining the public
interest.
"There are other members of the
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sing their parts well. There is not an
indifferent member in the cast of char
acters.
"This season Galles has elaborately
staged his operas. He surprised last
night's audience with his scenic displav.
He has also added a ballet, and here is
where he has touched a note of art that
cannot be overlooked, for Ortillo Pre
tortous is one of the most exquisite
dancers who has ever appeared on the
Memphis stage. She has the art of
Anna Pnvloua shadowed. She has the
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distinctness.
"There is an insinuating charm in the
personality of Ortillo Pretorious. She
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the public."
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STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS
Special to the Telegraph
"Waynesboro. Pa., March 7. —Jacob
Stull, an aged citizen of Uouzervllle,
was stricken with paralysis yesterday
and his condition is quite serious.
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