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CENTRAL SUNBURY COUNCIL HALED TO COURT With Burgess and Street Com missioner They Are Charged With Neglect of Duty Special to the Telegraph Sunbury, Aug. 23.—Asserting that they are without necessary funds to repair Front street, Sunbury Borough Council, Burgess Keiser and Lewis K. Hetrick, street commissioner, waived a hearing before Justice P. M. Sav idge and were held in bail in their own recognizance in the sum of SIOO to appear before the September term of Northumberland county court. Upon information of William W. Fisher and H. C. Blue, prominent men here, they were served with warrants charging them with neglect of duty. News Items of Interest in Central Pennsylvania Special to the Telegraph ' Marietta. Mrs. Maria Penny, aged 92, died yesterday. She was the last of original members of the Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church. Newtown. Samuel H. Gallagher, aged 73» died Monday evening. Sev eral brothers and sisters survive. He was a retired farmer and gardener. Strasburg. Jacob Kurtz, aged 94, died at the Lancaster General Hospi tal yesterday. He was the oldest res ident of this section, and the last of a large family. Five children, and eight grandchildren survive. Humnielstimn. Mrs. Elizabeth Boyer died Sunday evening at the home of her son David Boyer, North Landis street. Several months ago. Mrs. Boyer fell down the stairs at her home in Lebanon sustaining a broken hip and internal injuries. She was aged about 75 years and is survived by two sons and two daughters. Dlllsburg. Miss Lydia Bailey died at York yesterday at the home of rel atives where she has been visiting for some months. Sunbury.—Samuel Keefer, aged 87, a reUred farmer, died at his home here yesterday. Charles F. Martin, aged 85, died at his home here of paralysis, after a short illness. He was a Civil war vet eran. Elwood B. Shuck, 21 years old, died at his home here of tuberculosis, after a long illness. SCHOOL BEGINS AUGUST 28th Day and Evening Sessions The Office Training School, Kauf man Building. 4 S. Market Square, will begin the Fall Term next Mon day, August 28th, in both Day School and Night School. From one hundred and fifty to two hundred young people will discover this year that the management of this school has been talking to them for their advantage. They" will enter the school, stay for a few months and acquire the training which will even tually place them in high-salaried of fice positions. In the teaching of pupils, it is the aim of The Office Training School to give each pupil such a mastery of the basic princiules of the subject he or she is studying that nervousness can not be felt in regard to that subject for the simple reason that it is so thor oughly 'well mastered. A student drilled on this plan has a wonderful competitive advantage, as, probablv nine-tenths of positions lost are lost through nervousness not per mitting the otherwise capable appli cant frcm making the demonstration he or she should, and of which they are quite capable.—Advertisement. Lumber Buyers Should Know something about the . value of the different grades. All lumber looks good when fresh. The real test conies with time. Will it "check" and "split" when exposed to the weather? These are some of the things we've studied. Also, let us tell you why- No. 1 quality is better than No. 2; No. 2 than <%No. 3, etc., etc. Lots of money could be saved by the average lum ber buyer if the right kind of wood was selected. United Ice & Coal Co. Forster and Cowden Sts. EDUCATIONAL School of Commerce Troup Building •15 So. Market Sq. Day & Night School Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Stenotypy, Typewriting and Penmanship Bell 485 Cumberland 24*)-Y The OFFICE TRAINING SCHOOL Kaufman Bldg. 4 8. Market Sq. Training That Secures Salary Increasing Positions In the OfTice Call or send to-day for interesting booklet. "The Art ttl Grttlnic AIODK In the World." Bell phone 549-R. Harrisburg Business College A Reliable School, 31st Year Market St. Harrisburg, Pa. WEDNESDAY EVENING, Civil War Officer Member of Harrisburg G. A. R. Post Special to the Telegraph Lewisberry, Pa., Aug. 23.—Lieu tenant William R. Miller died at his late home on Sunday at 1 p. m. after a week's illness. On the preceding Sunday, while coming from the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. A. Parth amer, several miles from town, he was found unconscious in the road, where he had fallen and cut a deep gash In his head. He remained unconscious for several days. Funeral services were held this morning at 10 o'clock at the house, the Rev. L. E. Wilson officiating. A quartet composed of Mrs. J. 11. She'tel. Miss Edith Cnne. S. E. Millard and D. A. Shrader. with Mrs. H. C. Hetrlck, pianist, sang three hymns, "Go Bury Thy Sorrow," "Beautiful Valley of Eden" and "Abide With Me." The Colonel S. G. Sim mons Post. No. 116, G. A. R„ of Har risburg, of which he was a member, held military services at the graveside. Burial was made in the Nebinger Cemetery, near town. Lieutenant Miller was born February 26, 1841, and was aged 75 years. Surviving are the following daughters: Mrs. David Lease. Mrs. E. L. Dugan. Mrs. W. A. Parthemer and Miss Blanche Miller, all of Lewisberry, and Mrs. Ward Xesbit, of Mt. Airy. Lieutenant Miller enlisted on Feb ruary 19, 1862, in the Fifty-sixth Regi ment. Pennsylvania Volunteers; was ■wounded In the battle of the Wilder ness (from which he lost one arm) on May 8. 1864; discharged July, 1564. He was the last officer of his com pany. Uncle of Bride Performs Early Morning Ceremony Special to the Telegraph Mechanlcsburg, Pa., Aug. 23. At 5 o'clock this morning the marriage of Miss Martha Zimmerman, of Me chanicsburg, and Joseph Meily, of Sil ver Spring township, took place at the Mennonite Chuch, near Churchtown. The ceremony was performed by Bishop Benjamin Zimmerman of Shiremanstown, an uncle of the bride. S. S. CLASS ORGANIZED Special to the Telegraph Lewlsberry. Aug. 23.—Mrs. J. C. Par themer's class in the Methodist Epis copal Sunday School has organized with the following officers: President. Miss Anna Sutton; vice-president. Miss Esther Schubauer; secretary. Miss Virgie Rehrn, and treasurer. Mies Louise Spangler. The other members of the class are: Mary Walker, Pauletta Du gan, Ethel Krone, Mary Fetrow and Ida Krone. WOMAN SEVERELY BI'RXED Special to the Tdigraph Waynesboro, Aug. 23.—Mrs. Will iam Hikes of Chambersburg is in the hospital in a critical condition as the result of severe burns she received from the explosion of a coal oil stove and which burned the home. Music and Speeches at Enterline S. S. Picnic Special to the Telegraph Enterline. Pa., Aug. 23.—0n Satur day next the annual Sunday School picnic of Powls and Armstrong val leys will be held at Hoffman's Grove here. Music will be furnished by the Killinger Cornet Band and by the C. M. Sigler music firm of Harrisburg. The latter will furnish vocal and string music. Addresses will be de livered by J. B. Martin, the Rev. Dr. William X. Tates and Senator E. E. Beidleman, of Harrisburg; H. Howard Hoy, of Millersburg; the Rev. C. P. Wehr. of Elizabethville, and others. The crowd this year will outnumber that of all former years, and promises to have the greatest picnic of all for mer ones, are evident. Man Struck While Saving Wife Dies From Injuries Lewistown. Pa.. Aug. 23. James F. feheaffer died at the Lewistown Hos pital yesterday from injuries received on Saturday night at Burnham. this county, when his wife stepped on the trolley track in front of a car. In sav ing her. Mr. Sheaffer was struck by the ar. His left leg was fractured, but his injuries were not thought serious. On Monday, at the hospital, symptoms de veloped which showed he had received internal injuries. His age was about 40 years, and for the past five vears he had been employed at the Standard Meei works. Several years ago he lost an arm through an accident. His wife, >vas Mary t-'hellehamer. of Marvsville, Pa., and five children survive him. SI.OO a Week i Clothes the Family Clearance Sale Special Bargains All Departments Men, Women and Children Askin&MarineCo. 36 North Second Street ; Corner Wa'nut SEE IT IX Operation IX Forney's Window KENNEY [ Needle Shower The Bath De Luxe Needs No Curtain FORNEY'S DRUGSTORE SECOXD ST., XEAR WALXCT WEST SHORE NEWS CRUSADE AGAINST ILLEGAL TRAFFIC "Whisky Running" at Ship pensburg Will Be Broken Up by District Attorney Special to the Telegraph Carlisle, Pa., Aug. 23. Hereafter men who bring mysterious packages and suitcases into Shippensburg will have to give an account of themselves. This was announced to-day by Dis trict Attorney Lloyd who has begun a crusade on "whisky running" in Shippensburg and who promises ar rests within a short time. An Investigation has disclosed, offi cials state, that there are men in the "dry" community who have been able to live without work for several yo&rs. presumably on what they obtain from the traffic. "Order taking" Is a fea ture. Social and Personal News of Towns Along West Shore Miss Helen Eppley and Miss Mary Craln have returned to their Carlisle homes after being entertained by Mrs. W. H. Eppley at MarysvlUe. Mies Ellen Gault of MarysvlUe, Is visiting relatives at York. Miss Helen Wise, Miss Delia Wise, Miss Margaret Gault. Mrs. J. B. Allen and M. L. Wise, of Marysville, motor ed to York Springs on Sunday. L. B. Herr, John F. Piter, O. P. Brlcker, H. J. Uummi and S. N. Thumrna, of Lancaster, spent Sunday with the Rev. Ralph E. Hartman, pas tor of the Marysville Trinity Reformed Church. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Sellers, of York, spent Sunday with their son, B. L. Sai lers at Marysville. Mrs. George Walker of Lemoyne has returned from a visit to Lebanon. Miss Frances Sutton of Lemoyne is spending some time In Ohio. Lloyd Smith of Lemoyne, who was Injured In an automobile accident last week, is improving. Miss Naomi Wltman of Lebanon Is vtsltlng her cousin. Miss Mildred Wit man, at Lemoyne. The Rev. E. L. Manges, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran Church of Le moyne, will return home this week from a two weeks' vacation at Get tysburg. Miss Margaret Meas, of New York, is visiting her sister. Mrs. Michael Mc- Cormlck, at Lemoyne. Mrs. Thomas J. Bard of Lemoyne and son Albert, are visiting the form er's sister at Duncannon. Robert Shoemaker of Lemoyne, has returned home from a visit at Tarry town, Md. PICNIC CALLED OFF Marysville, Pa., Aug. 23. The an nual union picnic of Marysville Sun day schools, scheduled to be held at Hershey Park yesterday, was called off at a late hour because of the epidemic of infantile paralysis. FUNERAL OF SIRS. FORTNEY Lemoyne. Pa., Aug. 23. Funeral services for Mrs. Harvey Fortney, of White Hill, who died Sunday evening, will be held to-night at 8 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Hugglns. pastor of the Church of God at Eberly's Mills, -will officiate. Further services will be held at Filey's Church. York county, to-morrow morning, when the Rev. Mr. Eveler, pastor of the Dillsburg Lutheran Church, will officiate. BIBLE CLASS CORNROAST Lemoyne. Pa.. Aug. 23. Plans for the annual cornroast of the Men's Bible cla&3 of the local United Evan gelical Sunday school to be held Tues day evening on the plot of ground ad joining the church are being made by a committee. Those on the commit tee are: James A. Pryor. chairman; Harry Slothower. Richard Wltmer and Lewis P. Markley. FOR LOSS OF APPETITE Horaford'* Acid Phosphate For diminished vitality or depres sion. A wholesome tonic; refreshing and invigorating.—Advertisement. Last of Pennsylvania Guard Soon at Border State Recruit Rendezvous, Mt. Gretna, Aug. 23.—Plans were per fected by Lieutenant Colonel Harold L. Jackson and Captain Frank Lelsen rlng, L T . S. A., whereby the last units of the Pennsyhanla National Guard will do duty on the border. These units, Company C and Com pany D, as part of the Twelfth Sep arate Battalion, had been brought back here as recruit instructors, and had given up hope of being sent away with the old Third Brigade, under orders to go to El Paso, Texas. The plans became effective last night and provide for the assignment of,ofllcers and men to nil up gaps in the Thirteenth Infantry, com manded by Colonel Ezra Ripple, Jr. caused by rejections at the hands of United States Army surgeons. The assignment of commissioned officers follow: from Company C, Captain Hester is transferred to be temporary com mander of Company G, Thirteenth; First Lieutenant .Wolf to Company F. From Company D. Captain Kunkei goes to Company D. Thirteenth; First Lieutenant Mackay to Company E; Socond Lieutenant Painterto, Com pany G. With the mercury at 98 degrees, Colonel Ripple of the Thirteenth In fantry and Colonel Asher Miner of the Third Artillery, ordered suspension of drill for the day. First Lieutenant Boals and his ma chine-gun company arrived here yes terday on a special train. Republican Advisers Are Named by Wilcox New York, Aug. 23.—William R. Willcox, chairman of the Republican National Committee, made public yes terday the personnel of the advisory committee to the national committee. The members are: R. Livingston Beeokman. Governor of Rhode Island; Theodore E. H. Bur ton, ex-United States Senator from Ohio; Charles G. Dawes of Illinois, president of the Central Trust Com pany 'of Illinois and ex-Comptroller of the Treasury; A. O. Eberhart, ex- Governor of Minnesota; Charles W. Fulton. ex-United States Senator from Oregon; Frank H. Hitchcock of New York, ex-chalrman of the Republican National Committee; Raymond Rob ins of Chicago, chairman of the Na tional Progressive Convention: Victor Rosewater. edltqr of the Omaha Bee; John Wanamaker of Philadelphia: William L. Ward of New York, and James Wilson, ex-Secretary of Agri culture. Mr. Willcox said he would call the committee together within a week or ten days and from time to time in ; ihe campaign. \ HAFRISBtraG & TELEGRAPH Victor Records. BIS NewMctor Records H BSL IKB for August IE? # " ■ : "The Star Spangled Banner" by Farrar 111® Our favorite national anthem truly breathes the very spirit of American patriotism, and this exquisite rendition makes it a living inspiration that will stir the heart of all America. ISSllj! Victor Red Set! Record 87247. Ten-inch. $2 i«Las=s=3 Caruso presents a magnificent operatic aria The interesting "Almighty Lord, Oh Judge, Oh Father!" mm Massenet's opera Le Cid. A difficult air, but through the great tenor's superb art it becomes one of the finest exam pies of artistic singing ever heard. Victor Red Seal Record 88SS4. Twelve-inch. $3 |§f ' Kreisler plays the delightful "Old Refrain" Wg| A charming little melody, arranged by Kreisler himself from an old Viennese folk-song. It is constantly demanded by the great virtuoso's audiences and will be welcomed by lovers of §|j||j|! violin music. Victor Red Set! Record 64529. Ten-inch, »1 McCormack sings the noble "Prize Song" Mabel Garrison heard in two delightful numbers 111®® Hungarian music by Olga Munkacsy's Orchestra ••'** and 77 others including i~ j&' 5i i i a 2 delightful marimbi band selections 8 excellent instrumental trios and duets g||||pjs 4 exquisite 'cello solos 2 old negro spirituals - ggjsgf |gglllg§ 6 tuneful dance records 4 sparkling musical comedy numbers Igu . | |||l||lg3 4 attractive band numbers 10 admirable concert songs 2 interesting pianoforte solos 2 amusing Mark Twain stories 22 highly popular songs 6 records for the kiddies ,l ■ -jg; ,^? ar new Victor Records today it my Victor dealer's. He will gladly gire you a complete p?f'" ~ 7 "^ descriptive list and play any music you wish to hear. IK There are Victors and Victrolas in great variety of styles from $lO to S4OO. 1 | gi Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J. " Important warning. Victor Records can be safety and satisfactorily played only with |gE=g==§=3 -'=rL: Victor NeedUt or Tunga-tono Stylu& on Victors or Victrolas. Victor Records cannot jg|' be safely played on machines with jeweled or other reproducing points. 'Si . 5 Now Victor Records demonstrated at all dealors oa the 28th of each month *: mmm - . 1 Hill \r* i ijgt I Victrola ! | Great Grangers' Picnic at "Safety of Nation Depends Williams Grove Next Week on Efforts of Blue Fleet" Williams Grove, Pa.. Aug. 23. I August .28 to September 2 the great ! Grangers' Picnic and Exhibition will I be held here. In addition to the usual implement show there will be an extra large display of stock, poultry, dogs and ponies. Horticultural Hall will be filled with fruits, grain and gar den products, and a tent 80x120 willi be filled with automobiles. The audi-1 torium will be particularly attractive I as all the political parties will send able speakers. The State Highway, Department will have an exhibit. The* evening entertainments will be high: grade. HAIP HOUSE Minnie Whitney, Cherry street, was arrested yesterday by the police! charged with keeping a disorderly house. She was held for a hearing. I I ATTMA cA Sensible j\ Cigarette By Associated Press Washington, D. C., Aug. 23.—Safety i of the nation rested theoretically to day on success of the fleet commanded by Rear Admiral Helm, which was steaming out into the Atlantic in search of the "enemy" fleet, under i Admiral Mayo, bound for American shores with an imaginary army of in | vasion in thirty transports. It was the second day of a great naval hide j and-go-seek game. Not the least important aid to the | defending fleet was the Navy Depart ; ment with its means of gathering in formation of the invaders' where ! abouts from merchant vessels at sea. Bent over their desks in the Bureau of Communications, naval officers who I have made special study of codes AUGUST 23, 1916. worked ceaselessly to solve the riddle of the enemy's code system. They had as material a number of wireless messages transmitted by Admiral ATTEND NIGHT fBP S^ SCHOOL You can earn more money next year if you will make your self worth more. You can do this by studying the things necessary to qualify you for an advanced position. You cannot go to school in the daytime, so the next best thing is an evening course. Take shorthand, typewriting, stenotypy, penmanship, bookkeeping, arithmetic, spelling, or whatever you need to en able you to hold a better place, but take SOMETHING. Don't stand still. Don't wait for something to turn up. Don't get into a rut. And most important of all, don't put it off. Begin your course Monday Night, September 4. School of Commerce #ls S. Market Square Both Phones Send For Free Catalog Mayo's "red" fleet, picked up by ships of Admiral Helm's "blue" defensive fleet and relayed to the Arlington wire less station.