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New Year Sermons
Will Be Preached at
Services of the Day
BY THE CHOIRS
Evangelistic Meetings Will Be Held at
Christ Lutheran Church During
Week—Sunday School Rally at
The first Sunday in the new year to
morrow will Ibe the occasion of the hold
ing of communion services and the re
ceiving of new memlbers in many local
churches. Converts of the Stough cam
paign will be among the new members
admitted at the co-operating churches.
Many of the churches not co-operating
in the recent campaign are receiving
large numbers of new members.
In several churches the services to
morrow will start series of evangelistic
meetings, when invitations will be ex
tended in efforts to increase the num
ber of Stough trail-hitters.
New Year sermons will be given by
ministers, and choirs will render special
ffnusic. In the Sunday (schools the
International lessons will revert to stud
ies of the Old Testament for the com
Week of Prayer at Christ Church
Christ Lutheran church, Thirteenth
and Thompson streets, will observe the
week of prayer, beginning to-morrow
At the evening service a
••horus of seventy-tive voices will sing.
The men's Bible class and the men of
the church will attend the evening serv
ice. (Hymns from the tabernacle book
will be sung. There will be services
every evening of the week. The evan
gelistic note will be sounded and made
to strengthen those who have already
professed conversion. The subject of
the week will be "The Way of Salva
tion." To-morrow will also be Booster
Sunday in the Sunday school. The
men s Bible class is making readv for a
large attendance. All men are invited
to the class session at 2 p. m.
In pursuing the follow-up work of the
Stough evangelistic campaign the Rev.
B. H. Hart, pastor of the Fifth Street
Methodist church, announces evangelis
tic services for to-morrow night at 7.30
o'clock. A large chorus choir of 100
voices, with an orchestra of a numtoer
of pieces, will furnish music. There
will be a delightful song service for
15 ntiuutes preceding the regular serv
Announcement has also been made
that this coming Sunday will be ob
served as Missionary Jay in the Sun
day school. The pastor will also
preach a sermon at 10.30 o'clock to
the probationers received a week ago.
Eighty-eight persons have been enrolled
as the fruit of the Stough evangelistic
campaign, and there are still others to
The Epworth League will hold its us
ual Sunday evening devotional services
at 6.30 o'clock, whcr> a 45-minute serv
ice of song and praise will be held each
Rally in Sunday School
New Year's Sunday will be the be
ginning of many activities in the Stev
ens Memorial Methodist Episcopal
church, Thirteenth and Vernon streets.
A meeting for prayer and meditation
will be held to-morrow morning at 9.30
o'clock in the Sunday school room of
the church. At 10.30 o'clock Dr. Clay
ton Albert Smucker will have charge
of the Holy Communion service, lu
connection with the service he will re
ceive Stough converts and others Into
church fellowship. In the afternoon at
- o'clock the Sunday school rally prom
ises to be a record-breaker. Two meet
ings for young folks will be held at
6.30 p. m. The Men's Club will have
charge of the Sunday evening closing
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service at 7.30 o'clock. The church
clioir and the male chorus will sing.
The Stough song book will be used in
tonnection with the congregational
singing. All people attending the
meeting are requested to bring the
Htough book along. All members of the
Stough chorus will be given reserved
seats in the main auditorium. Thcv
are requested to come at 7.20 o'clock.
The organ recital by Miss Ruth Kray
bill will begin promptly at 7.20 ip. m.
Dr. Clayton Albert Smucker will preach
on "Perils and Encouragements in a
Life Struggle Toward a 'Moral Goal.''
At Pine Street Presbyterian church
to-morrow evening the choir will sing
the following numbers:
"Softly Now the Light, of Day,"
Schilling; "O, Jesus, Thou Art Stand
ing," Brewer; "Christ Is Knocking at
My Sad Heart," Otis.
The Pine Street church plans to
make all who worship there at home
and extends an especial invitation to
strangers in the city, in the Sunday
school, which meets at 1.40 p. m., there
are Bible classes for all ages, where
those who desire to study the word of
God are made welcome. The topic for
consideration at the mid-week service
on Wednesday evening at'7.3o o'clock
will be "The Duty of .Toy." At this
service, too, strangers are welcomed to
come and gain strength for the duties
of the week from a period of commun
ion with God. The Woman's Home and
Foreign Missionary Society has its
meeting on (Monday evening and the
Woman's Missionary Guild meets on
Tuesday evening. Both will consider
programs of current interest.
The regular order of services in local
■churches to-morrow follows:
State Street, Eighteenth and State
Streets —The Rev. E. A. G. Bossier,
pastor. Morning service at 10.45
o'clock. Communion service. Evening
service at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of ser
mon, "Healed by His Stripes." Sun
day school at 9.30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E.
at 6.30 p. m. Reception of members at
morning And evening services. Evan
gelistic services during the week.
Sixth Street —The Rev. P. H. Bals
baugh, pastor. Praise service at 9.45 a.
m. Worship at 10.30 a, m. and 7.30 p.
m. Sabbath school at 1.45 p. in. Junior
Christian Endeavor at 5.45 p. m. Se
nior Christian Endeavor at 6.30 p. m.
Saturday evening prayer at the home
of William D. Reed, 53 Violet avenue.
Revival services during the week.
Otterbein, Fourth and. Roily Streets
—The Rev. S. Edwin Rupp, pastor.
Morning service at 10.30 o'clock. Com
munion service and reception of mem
bers. Evening service at 7.30 o'clock.
Sermon by the Rev. J. Edgar Knipp, of
Dayton, Ohio. Sunday school at 2 p. m.
Christian Endeavor at 6.30 p. m.
Evangelistic services each evening dur
ing the week except Saturday.
First, Boas Street —The Rev. J. T.
Spangler, pastor. Morning service at
10.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The
Promise of Greater Works." Evening
service at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of ser
mon, "Walk With God, My Son." Sun
day school at 1.45 p. m. Annual Rally
Derry Street, Fifteenth and Derry
Streets—The Rev. J. A. Lvter, D. D.,
pasbor. Morning service at 10.30
o'clock. Evening service at 7.30
o'clock. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Ad
idress by the Rev. J. Edgar Knipp, of
Dayton, Ohio. Conun union at morning
and evening services. Baptism and re
ception of members at morning service.
Christian Endeavor Society meots at
6.30 p. m.
Market Street, Fifteenth and Mar
ket Streets—The Rev. W. H. Dallman,
pastor. Morning service at 10.30
o'clock. Subject of sermon, "Another
Year," a Now Year's sermon. Evening
service at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of
sermon, "Strong Delusions" (Evangel
istic) followed by communion service.
Sunday school at 11.30 a. m. Young
People's .meeting at 6.30 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 7.45
o'clock. The Market Street Baptist
church will hold a sen-ice for baptisms
Sunday at 2.30 p. m. in the First Bap
Tabernacle, Forster, Near Sixth—
The Rev. Calvin A. Hare, pastor. Corn-
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2, 1915.
munion nnj reception of new members
at 10.30 a. m. Bible school at 11.30
a. in. Young People's meeting at 6.30
|>. m. Pastor Hare will preach a New
Year's sermon, followed by Christian
baptism and evangelistic services at
7.80 p. m. Briug the Stough son# books,
"Make Christ King." Communion at
the Herr branch at 3 p. m.
St. Paul 's, State and Cameron
Streets—The Bev. E. Luther Cunning
ham, pastor. Morning service at 10.30
o'clock. Covenant meeting. Evening
service at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of ser
mon, "Our New Year's Motto." Sun
day school at 12.30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
at 6.30 p. m. Communion at close of
evening service. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday at 8 p. m. Revival services be
gin January IS. Th« Ron-. Dr. O. G.
iSimnis, of Pittsburgh, will be in
charge. All invited.
The Second. Cameron Street—The
Rev. Albert Josiah Greene, A. 8., pas
tor. Morning service at 10 o'clock.
Prayer and praise service. Evening
service at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of ser
mon, "The Overruling Hand of God in
/ion. ' Sunday school at 12 m. B. Y.
I . U, at 6.30 p. m. In the_ morning
trail hitters' public service. At night
preaching and the Lord's Supper. Pub
lic is earnestly invitddj to come.
First—The Rev. W. 8. Booth, pastor.
( ommuuion service and reception of
new members at 10.30 a. m. "The Five
Crowns at 7.30 p. m. Communion
service and baptism of converts. Sun
day school at 11.30 a. m. Christian En
'.lee.vor at 6.30 p. m.
line Street, Third and Pine Streets
Ine Rev. Lewis Seymour Mudge, D
D., pastor. The Rev. J. 8. Armen trout!
assistant pastor. 10.30, sermon on
Psalm 90:1*, "The Highest Mathe
ql!i>nCS',<c. 7-30 ' sermon Revelation
a:2O, Seven Wonders." 1.30, Sun
day school, elementary departments, In
ternational Graded Lessons. 1.40 Sun-
i V >. JU^? 01 ' advanced departments,
adult Bible classes. 6.45, Senior C. E.
Wednesday, 7.30, mid-week service:
subject, "The Duty of Joy."
Covenant, Fifth and 'Peffor Streets—
The Rev. Harvey Ivlaer, pastor. 10.30
The Present Day Call of the Cross."
7.30, "Our Responsibilities," a roll
call service. Sundav school at 2 Y
P. 8. C. E. at 6.30.
Calvary, Cameron and Sycamore
Streets—The Rev. Frank P. MacKenzie,
pastor. 10.ljj, " Transformed by Be
holding," 7.30, special musical serv
ice; the cantata, "At Bethlehem." will
be rendered. Sunday school at 9. Mid
wee]; service Wednesday at 7.30.
Olivet, Derry and Ki'ttatinny Streets
in on ev< William O. Yates, pastor.
10.00, sacrament of our Lord's Supper
will be administered and new members
received into church fellowship. Even
ing service at 7.30. Sunday school at
2- L. at 6.30. Mid-week prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7.45. Monduy
evening at 7.30, installation of new
pastor. Dr. Mudge, of Pine Street
Presbyterian church, will preach the
Paxton—The Rev. B. Harrv King,
pastor, will preach at 11 on "The Un
tried Way and at 6.30. Sunday school
at 10. C. E. at 6.
Market Square—The Rev. W. B.
Cooke, minister in charge. Morning
service at 11. Evening service at 7.30.
Sunday school at 10. Celebration of
communion anil reception of members
at morning service.
Bethany, Cumberland and Cameron
Streets—The Rev. John Martin War
den, pastor. 7.30. "Suggestions for
the New Year.'' Sunday school at 9.
Christian Endeavor at 6.45.
Redeemer, Nineteenth and Kensing
ton Streets—The Rev. E. Victor Roland,
pastor. Morning service ait 10.30
o'clock. Subject of sermon, "God s
Way and Man's Way." Evening serv
ice at < o'clock. Subject of sermon,
"The Circumcision of Christ." Sun
day scthool at 9.30 o'clock. .Junior (J. E.
at 2 p. m. ST. C. E. at 6.30 p. m. At
the Redeemer Lutheran church all mem
bers received into the church during
the present pastorate •will endeavor to
be present. At the evening service the
thoir will repeat its Christmas music.
Calvary, South Thirteenth and Reese
Streets—The Rev. Edward H. Paar,
pastor. Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Subject of sermon, "The Name of
Jesus ait the Dawn of the New Year."
Evening service at 7.30 o'clock. Sub
ject of sermon, "The Lord Our Keep
er/'. Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
St. Matthew's, Green and Seneca
Streets—The Rev. E. E. Snyder pastor.
Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sub
ject of sermon, "(Beginning Anew."
Evening service at 7.30 o'clock by the
Rev. iH. H. 'Beidleman. Sunday school
at 10 o'clock. C. E. Society at 6.30
The Riverside Lutheran IMiesion—
Sunday s<fliool at 2 p. an. Illustrated ser
mon iby the Tie v. E. E. Snyder at 3 ,p. m.
IMlemorial, Fifteenth' and Shoop
Streets—The Rev. L. C. 'Manges, D. IX,
pastor. Holy Communion in the morn
ing at 10.30 o'clock, i&uibject of ser
mon, "The Signs of the Times." (Holy
Communion''ami sermon in the evening
at 7.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon,
"The (Acceptable Year of the Lord."
Sunday school at 2 o 'clock; Men 's pray
er meeting at 10 a. m. Junior LutheT
League at 5.30 p. m. Senior Luther
League at 6.30 p. m. Leader, Paul
ClouKer. Special music. Adolt ctto
cdietical class Sunday afternoon at 3.15
o'clock. Senior catechetical class Fri
day evening at 7 o'clock. Piimary
catechetical class Saturday morning at
10 o'clock. Junior catechetical class
Saturday morning ait 11 o'clock.
Bethlehem—The Rev. J. 'Bradley
Markwood', I). D., 'pastor. 10.30 a. m.,
"The Famous Shepherds." 7.30 p. m„
"iFour in One." Sunday school at 1.45
p. m. C. E. prayer meeting at 6.30
Zion, Fourth Street—The Bev. 8.
Win-field Herman, pastor. (Morning serv
ice ait 10.30 o 'clock. 'Holy Sacrament
and reception of meirtbers. Evening serv
ice at 7.30 o'clock. Praise service and
New Year address. Sunday school at
1.45 o'clock. Men's iclass at 1.60.
iMen's devotional ihour ait l'O a. m.
Senior catechetical class at 6.30 p. m.
Trinity, Camp'Hill—The Bev. Dr. E.
D. Weigle, ipaetor. Morning service at
10.30 o'clock. Subject of sermon,
'l9ls—An Untried Year." Evening
service at 7.30 o'clock. Sufbjeot of ser
mon. "Forgetting the Things Behind."
Sunday school at 9.15 oVlock. Annual
elation of officers in Sunday school.
Services nightly next week, January 3
Fifth Street—The Bev. B. H. Hart,
pastor. Praise meeting at 9.30. M«rn
img worship with sermon to probation
ers at 10.30, on "The Cause of Fear."
Sunday school with missionary offerings
*t 2 p. m. Junior League at 3. Erpworth
League devotional meeting at 6.30.
Evening services with song service by
large chorus choir ond orchestra art.
7.30. Sermon, "Chasing the Wind."
Stevens Memorial, Thirteenth and
Vernon Streets—Dr. Clayton Albert
Smueker, pastor. Class meeting at 9.30.
Morning prayer an<l Holy Communion
at 10.30. Stouiiih converts and others
will be received into the fellowship of
the church. Sunday school at 2. Senior
and intermediate ' Bpworth League at
6.30. Sunday evening closing service
®>t 7.30. The (Men's Cluib wilf have
charge of the service. The church choir
and the male chorus will sing. Beeep
tion of new members. Dr. Sroiucker will
preach on "Perils ami Encouragements
in a Life Struggle Toward a Moral
Goal." You are invited to attend all
Grace—The Rev. J. D. Fox, D. D.,
ipastor. 9.30 class meeting. 10.30 re
cepftion of members and Saeraiment of
the Lord's Supper. 1.45 Sunday school
and MOD \S .Bilble cilass. 6.45 Ep»wort)h
League. 7.30 "The Message of the
New Year." Prayer meeting Wednes
day at 7.30.
Ridge Avenue, Sixth and Herr
Streets —The Rev. John H.
pastor. 10.30, " Tenrptation— How to
Triumph Over itf" a special sermon to
young converts. 7.30, "Seeing Jesus,"
a sermon to the unsaved. Revival serv
ices will follow the sermon and be con
tinued each night during the week ex
cept Saturday. Large chorus choir will
furnish the music. New members will
'be received at both servftes to-morrow.
Class meeting at 9 a. m. Sunday whool
at 2. Devotional meeting of Up worth
League at 6.30.
St. Andrew's, Nineteenth and Mar
ket Streets—The Rev. James F. BuJJitt,
rector. Morning prayer at 10. Holy
Communion and sermon at 10.30. Sun
day school and Bible classes, at 12.
Evening prayer and sermon at 7.30.
St. Stephen's—The Rev. Rollin A.
Sawyer, rector. Holy Communion at 8
a. m. Sunday school at 10. Holy Com
munion and sermon at 11. liven in"
prayer and address at 4.30. The serv
ice on Sunday afternoon will hereafter
be held at 4.30, instead of 4 o'clock.
* I,a, 'i' s ' Emerald and Second
struts —Holy Communion at 8 a. m.
Traditional offering of gold, Frankin
cense and myrrh at the communion
service. Subject of sermon "Fereicn
;*,,■* 1 ?• ,n - ' Sundft y
-.30. Children s New Year service
at -i p. m. Service and sermon at 7.30.
opecial services, Feast of the Epiphany,
Wednesday. Holy Communion at 7.45.
. erv!ce and conference on confirmation
CHURCH OF GOD
Fourth Street—Tho Rev. Dr. Wil-
C! 8 Rte "' l ,astol '- 10.30, Dr. C. 1.
bchohrfd Will preach. 7.30, quarterly
communion service. SUM, lav school at
1.40. New members will be receive.!
both morning and evening. Junior C.
k. at 3. Senior and Intermediate C. E.
at 6.30. 1915 prayer meeting next
Wednesday evening. The men's Bible
class of the Sunday school will hold
their annual memorial service Sunday
at 1.40. Every member should be
Green Street—(Preaching 'by the pas
tor, the Rev. C. H. Grove, at' 10.30 on
"A Sermon to Young Converts" and at
7.30 on God's Challenge to the Un
saved." Sunday school at 2. Chris
tian Endeavor at 6.30.
Pleasanl View—Tho Rev. G. W.
'Harper, pastor. Sunday school at 9.45.
10.45, ''Needs for the New Year."
Junior C. E. at 3.30. Senior C. E. at
6.45. 7.30, evangelistic services.
Penbrook, 2733 C'amby Street—The
Rev. Jay C. Foincrook, pastor. 10.30,
"The Old and the New." 7.30,
"Sin's Wages.'' Sunday school at
9.30. At 3 the pastor will preach to
the "trail-hitters" and an opportunity
will be given for church fellowship.
Revival services each evening during
the week at 7.45.
Salem, Chestnut and Third Streets—
The Rev. Ellis N. Kremer, pastor. Di
vine services at 10.30 and 7.30. Sun
day school at 1.30.
St. John's, Fourth anil Maclay
Streets—The Rev. G. W. Hartman, pas
tor. 11, "God's New Year." 7.30,
"Pressing On." Sunday school at
9.45. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6.30.
Park Street, Sixteenth and Park
Streets—The Rev. A. C. Sampsel, pas
tor. Sunday school at 9.30. Morning
worship at 10.30. Junior K. L. C. E.
at 5.45. Senior K. L. C. E meeting at
630. Evening worship at 7.30. Evan
gelistic meetings every evening except
Saturday at 7.45.
Harris Street—The Rev. George F.
Schaum, pastor. Morning service at
10.30. Evening service at 7.30. Sun
day school at 2. C. E. at 6.40. Re
vival services every night during the
week at 7.45.
CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
Hummel Street—Preaching at 11
aud 7.30. Sunday school at 10. Chris
tian Workers at 6.45.
Fourth Street Church of Christ,
Fourth and Delaware Streets —Bible
school at 10. Morning worship and
celebration of the Lord's Supper at 11
a. m. every Locd's Day. Prayer meet
BETTER THAN SPANKING
Spanking does not cure children of bed
wetting. „There la * constitutional cauae
for this trouble. Mrs. M. Summers, Box
W, South Bend, Ind., will send free to
any mother her succeaaful home treat
ment, with fall instructions. Send no
money, but write her today If your chil
dren trouble you In this way. Don't
blame iho child —the chances are It can't
help it. This treatment also cares adults
and aged people trosbled with urine dlO
: oulties by day or might.
Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and firesh—
-5 cents in the moisture
Round, thin, tender—
with a delightful flavor
lun.cheon, tea and
dinner. 10 cents.
Prince of appetizers!
Makes daily trips from
Ginger-Snap Land to
waiting mouths every
where. Say Zu Zu to
the grocer man, 5 cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that name
New Year service to-morrow evening.
Everybody welcome. All seats free.
Christian and Missionary Alliance,
Union Square Hall, Howard Street
Near fonrteenth —The Rev.' Wi/liam IH.
Worrall, pastor. Sunday school at
9.30. Preaching at 10.30 and 7.30.
There will be a prayer meeting on Tues
day evening at the home of Mrs. Wile
man, 1629 Fifth street.
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Wesley Union, South Street —At
10.45, preaching by the pastor, "Sin
gleness of Purpose." 12.30, Sunday
school. 5.30, Junior Christian Kndeav
or. 6.30, Senior Christian Endeavor.
8, ipreaching by the pastor, "The Pow
er of Prayer."
MURDER WITH NEW YEAR
Brothers Sought by Posse Say They
Will Not Be Taken Alive
Washington, Pa., Jan. 2. —Because
they failed to receive invitations to a
New Year party given by John Swift,
John and Ija/.arus SchnuiVtaer, broth
ers, yesterday morning went to the fes
tivities, beat Swift to death in his own
dooryard, attacked his brother Mich
ael and injured Charles King, a guest,
90 seriously that he will tlie.
The Schnuntzer brothers fled and so
far have succeeded in eluding a posse
of State police, w>hich .joined forces
with County Detective William Mc-
Cleary and his deputies. The broth
ers declared immediately after their
<;rime that they would never be taken
LIVES IN THE OPEN TILL 03
Chester's Grand Old Man Mainly a Log
Chester, Pa., Jan. 2.—James Ewiag
celebrated the 92d anniversary of his
ibirth yesterday. He is as spry and as
(keen as many men thirty years younger,
and attributes his vitality"aud longevity
to regular habits.
For fifty years he lived in a log
calbin on the outskirts of the city and
followed fhe traide of carpentering. 'He
managed a horse-drawn outlfit amlfwent
from iplace to place, remaining at the
scene of a building operation until the
jtVb was finished. Swing lives with bis
niece, Mrs. Marv IHobaugh.
'"Livein 'the open air as mUc'h as pos
sible," remarked Mr. Ewing as be stood
in the yard of his 'home.
WIFE BRANDS HIM SLAYER
Irate Woman Charging Threats, Says
Hubby Killed Two In His Time
Wilmington, Del., Jan. 2.—A. remark
able story of alleged double murder,
for whicih the man is said to have
served twenty-four years' penal ser
vitude in Italy, was told to Judge
•Churchman in ■city court yesterday wflwn
Vincenzo Cassilla, of 'No. 514 (Rodney
street, was arraigned for threatening to
do bodily harm to his wife. IMTS. Cas
silla told tihe Court that 'her husband
'killed his first wife and bis mother
in-law in Italy. She said he had threat
ened her life and the lives of their
children, and she is afraid 'he -will carry
out his threat.
The defendant denied the allegations,
and claimed the trouble was due to
bis efforts to have a boarder ejected
from his 'home. The Court will give
its decision later, and an investigation
of the Cassilla home was ordered.
Handy Fire Killer
A siphon of soda water is an excel
lent fire extinguisher, as the carbonic
acid gas in the soda water helps to
stifle the flames. The siphon can be
tilted, and t'he fluid will carry to a con
siderable height, as tho top of a
FOUR INJURED IN COASTING
Horses Into Which Girls Sled Fracture
Skull With Kicks
Hagerstown, Md., Jan. 2. —While
coasting yesterday afternoon, near
Smithaburg, Pearl, 12 years t old, daugh
ter of Morris Hinies, sustained a fnur
tured skull; Evyline Wolf, 6 years old,
daughter of William H. Wolf, wa-s in
ternally injured, and her sister, Ruth
Wolf, aged 9, was severely bru'ieetP,
when their sled ran into several horses
standing along the road and caused
them to kick the aledders. Miss Hirncs
was brought to Washington County
Hospital here in a critical condition.
Harry Koontz, aged 12 years, suf
fered a fractured leg ami]! other injur
ies yesterday afternoon, near Fiddlers
burg, when he lost control of a bob
sled upon which a number of young
people were riding. The sled struck a
bridge, and Koontz was hurled into
Antietain Creek, which is covered with
ice, that saved him from drowning.
WANTS HOTEL EE LICENSED
Court Will Be Asked to Reconsider Ha
gerstown Liquor Application
Carlisle, Jan. 2.—Signed hy 19
residents, a petition lias l>con filed in
the office of the clerk of the courts for
a license and consequent reopening of
the historic old road house at Hoges
town. The petitioner is Frederick
Brenneman, a naturalised SwiesT
This hotel was refused license at
the session of court held last year on
the remonstrance of a number of cit
izens who claimed that there Was no
necessity and that Frank ftuflingtou,
then the proprietor, was not a fit per
son to run the place.
Railway Sued for $20,944.40
Hagerstown, Md., Jan. 2. —Pour suits
for damages, in which the plaintiffs
usk for $20,944.40, wero filed against
the Western Maryland Railway Com
Store and Residence Burned
Waynesboro, Jan. 2. —The store and
residence of H. B. Moats, at Fair view,
a half-mile north of Torastown, was
entirely destroyed by fire yesterday
afternoon. The fire was discovered on
tho second floor and is supposed to have
originated from a defective flue.
The fire already haft gotten a good
start when discovered and nothing
could be done to prevent the spread of
the flames. Only a few articles were
saved from the burning buildings.
Hurt as Auto Skids on Ice
Shippeneburg, Pa., Jan. 2—ln an au
tomobile accident near here yesterday,
Robert Johnson, a wealthy farmer of
this place, was badly hurt and Jolun
Bitner broke several ribs. The machine
skidded on the icy road and upset,
throwing Bruce Hargelrode, the driver;
Bitner, Johnson,. Levi Weist auij Ed
ward Nicholson out. The auto was
A relief party went out from hfere
and brought the injured men to their
homes. It is feared Johnson was hurt
Dragged for a
Carlisle, Jan. 2.—When the horse
which ho was driving frightened and
Upset the sleigh at the corner of Loufch
er and Hanover streets last evening,
Ross Stickel, who lives near town, was
dragged for a block along the show
and ice before the animal was finally
caught. Mark Garber, who wat with
him, was thrown to the ground when
the animal frightenod but the other
was entangled in the lines ami could
not get away.
' Jacob Miller Funk Dead
Waynesboro, Jan. 2.—Jacob Miller
Funk died suddenly at his hO'ine west
of town, yesterday at fi.45 p. in., aged
50 ye«rs, 2 mouths and 11 days. Death
was due to heart trouble. Mr. Funk
had been confined to his bed for only
a few days. Until that time ho had
been actively engaged in his regular
I duties at the farm which he superin
j tended in Waynesboro.
ARREST NEGRO FOR MURDER
Letters in Slain Woman's Possession
Give a Clew
Norrisfown, Pa., Jan. 2.—County De
tective O'Connor has arrested John
Tate, a negro, on suspicion of having
murdered Mrs. Clara Piper, whose 'body
was found in tihe woods near Amibler
The detective suspects him because
of 'his alleged jealousy of William Walk
er, letters from Whom were in the wom
an 's possession when found dead.
Killed at Broad Street Station
Philadelphia, Jan. 2.—While cross
ing the tracks just outside of Broad
Street station, yesterday moruiug, Wil
liam Reiliy, 56 years old, of 5208 HaT
lan street, an emiploye of the Pennsyl
vania railroad, was struck by a shift
in® erugine. He was t>ak.en to the Hah
nemann hospital], and died in less than
Woman Accidentally Shot
Altoona, Pa., Jan. 2.—Mrs. A. C.
Lofgren was perhaps fatally injured at
her home Thursday night. As mid
night approached she was upstairs to
see.uro a revolver to greet the Ne.v
Year. The weapon fell from her hand
and was discharged. The bullet en
tered her left breast near the heart and
passed through her body.
It Is Impossible
to be strong
and robust if
by a weak
lazy liver; but
you can help
them with the
A MILLIONAIRE FOR A MOMENT.
Text. "A man's life conslateth not In the
abundance ot the things he possesseth."—
Luke xli. 25.
I've had a million! Think of It! A
preacher who one night Is figuring with
a pencil and tablet Just where that
last $2 was spent last month the next
morning has a million In his hands!
Made nie think of Aladdin and his
wonderful lamp. 1 stood In the base
ment of a metropolitan bank, steel and
concrete piled up about me, an armed
guard at the foot of the elevator, the
cashier, president of my church board,
between me and the door. I was his
guest. I bad fondled packages of
greenbacks, hefted bags of gold and
looked with dull eyes at fabulous bun
dles of securities. "Now, doctor, would
you care to feel what It Is like to have
a million?" His voice quavered a lit
tle. Would I? Would a kitten lap
warm milk? Me with a million! He
piled 'em up in my arms—a thousand,
ten thousand, a hundred thousand, a
million! I didn't get dizzy. The earth
didn't lunge over to one side. And
I wasn't tempted—didn't break the
tenth commandment a bit. Wonderful
how honest a man can be with a rail
lion! I made a weak sort of Jest
about If I could get as far as the side
wnlk with it that I once held our col
lege record for the mile run. The
guard frowned at such a suggestion.
"Rich Man, Poor Man"—
Remember how we counted the but
tons on our Jackets when we were
Rich man. poor man. beggar man. thief,
Doctor, lawyer, merchant, priest.
Queer we put riches—money riches -
first "If I only had a million," we
sigh. Whoever told us money spelled
happiness? And excessive wealth—lt
must be oppressive. One of our fel
low Americans has an income of a mil
lion a week. Think of it Every week
he finds a brand new million dollar bill
In his hand. But what good does It do
him? He can't spend it. There is no
longer a tinge of novelty In seeing it
brought to him because it has been
happening every week for several
years. A million dollar gold piece in
your envelope every Saturday night!
Can't you see that the monotony of
the thing must be wearing? One good
beefsteak makes a dinner. Wouldn't
it destroy your appetite, however, to
sit down in the center of a ten acre
field with beefsteaks piled up to the
very corners? A big house Is only a
care. To fare sumptuously every day
brings indigestion. One can only wear
one suit of clothes at a time. The
very wealthy man has no goal in life
except to make more money. He's
badly handicapped. He has no worlds
"A* Rich Croesus."
Don't let the soap box orator fool
you. Dire poverty is awful. There's
not a redeeming thing about it. But
the wage earner is not to be pitied.
He isn't troubled with ennui, nervous
prostration, ap]>eudicltis. He isn't ex
iled to a sanitarium. He lives his life
unguarded by detectives, unpestered
by tramps, beggars and Black Hand
emissaries. The man who gets most
out of life is the one who has a job, is
interested in It and gets paid for it.
Work is the salt of life. It makes it
palatable. If life were one protracted
joy ride it would get as monontonous
as the longest 011 foot The great big
secret is to enjoy what we have. It's
much to enjoy the things presented to
our five senses. The sunlight is ours,
pure air, the landscape, flowers, birds,
the stars. If we had to pay a dollar
to sit in the public square and watch
the crowd go by we would think it a
luxury. Do you know the wealth of a
good pair of eyes? Clear hearing!
Do you walk with buoyancy? Got an
appetite, a fair memory, an imagina
tion, a few friends, fairly good health?
Then you are rich! If you have two of
those qualities, memory and Imagina
tion, you have one of the great funda
mentals of human happiness—the abili
ty to escape from yourself.
A Billionaire Every Day.
"Rich as Croesus.Huh!, If it had
rained gold forty days And forty
nights Croesus couldn't havp had what
you get for a dollar or eT<m for noth
ing. WTiat you may enjfy any day
has cost billions, and yof may have
use of it for a few nicklei A ride in
the elevated or subway for a nlckle.
Know what it cost to Mild one and
cut through the other? f Three cents
for a ferry ride, with uwolstered cab-
Ins, plate mirrors, spacious promenade.
Twenty-flve cents by st4>m railway to
the suburbs. It cost mllions to equip
and run that road. No.you don't own
the road exclusively an< don't want to.
You couldn't drag the and train
around with you and store them In
your back yard. For lpent you bought
a newspaper. It eoss thousands to
bring you the news fpm the four cor
ners of the earth. Yfu threw It aside
when you were doe. At the fruit
stand the strawbenes were brought
from Florida. Cost fiousands to grow,
pick and bring them, You buy a nickel's
worth. You step too the public libra
ry free. Art gal lerj free. You haven't
time to travel, 'ie "movies" bring
the world to you. fou lean back com
fortably. munch yur gum and enjoy
a &1.000 trip for inlckle. On Sunday
an educated mlnfcer, a trained cbolr,
a magnificent orgn. help to bring you
nearer to God ari God to you. Rich?
You are a mullmilllonaire—lf you'U
only enjoy what" already yours.
It was a tfchlng tale he told,
Though r)t of sorrow;
IJe merely ame to ask for gold
-Detroit Free Presa
"I understfld your son has light
"Yes; he pads gas meters."—Ex
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