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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES "^ Published Daily Except Sunday T-raes *ad New* Publishes Contpany AVE*T? FniLXr K. AttiC, Secretary and Treasurer. PHILIP R. BIKLE. Editor gnRSPRIPTION Served bv carrier in Gettysburg for 25 cents per moitth. ·OBSGKU11UJ **«TM for25 cen««r moBth. of Gettysburg for_25 cen«p«r RATES Single copies to non-subscribers, 2 cents. ten day* after your money is received at The nine August 15, 1904, at Gettysburg, Pa., as second-daw m*ti«r. nmder Congress" March 3, _1S79- Oft* BELL- PHONE UNITED PHONE comer of Centre Square, Gettysburg, -rflS PAPER RCPr.tSCJilLD FOR PO ADVERT1S5HG BV THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHiCAGC SULZER GUILTY ON 1ST ARTICLE Convicted of MakingFalse Statement of Campaign Fond II CAPT M. SPAGENSERG. if Ccrr.rr»ar:der_2f erccser Kssrfuc.ot, j s Bia Factor In rescue Work. - X fHE VOTE WAS 39 TO The Impeachment Court Decided That' Peck Perjury Charge Should Remain: !n Case. 90 DIED IN FIRE ON THEVOLTDRNO Trapped in Compartment When PERSONAL NOTES AND BRIEF ITEMS Waatads. first page positito per word. One cent per word each insertion. Two cents a word if guarswted Resolution, of respect, poetry *nd memonam* o.» cent TO OUR READERS -- Th« Gettysburg Times tekes absolutely no part in poIMc*. te*S****»LTM* wMch gives the same news to Republican, Democratic, Prcmbiaoc, or Socialist papers and which is smct-y non-partisaru Our mdvertisine columns are open to aU candidates of aii partie*. NO TRESPASSING d All persons are warned not to trespass on the premises of the undersigned with dog. gun or trap for the purpose of taking: game in any manner; nor forashing.orin any way injuring or destroying property. All persons violating the laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespassing on lands of the tmdersigner will be dealt with under the provisions of the Act of April 14, 1905. William Allison. Sam'l. "Walters farm, Hamiltonban township. John D. Siley, R. 12, Gettysburg. Pa. Cumberland Township. .. Mrs- J. E- Hughes. Cumberland Township. D. B- Wineman, Cumberland Township. Frank Mumper. R. 1. Gettysburg, Pa. C. J. Dearaorff. Orrtanna. Pa. Charles Wagaman (Dr. W. H. O'Neal Farm) Highland Township. F. L. Eome, Butler Township. Biglerville, Pa. C. B. Shank, Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. J. H. Kuhn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. ML Joy Twp. Jacob Frommeyer, Straban Township- George J3. Harinan, R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Bader Township. George C. Shealer. Straban Township. Mrs. Mary J. "Vfeikert, E- 2 T Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. H. Rex, Box 50, R- 2, Blglervffle. Mrs. Matilda L. Codori, Cumberland To-wnsmp. Samuel Robinson, R. 1. Gettysburg. Pa., Cumberland Township. J. L. Toot, Straban Township. D. L. Jacobs, R- 1, Biglerville. Pa. Butler Township. Joseph B- Twining. R. 12. Gettysburg. Pa. Edward A. Scoru, R. 4. Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Brown. Highland Township. R. F. Biddle, Mt. Pleasant Township, R- S, Gettysburg. D. J Reile, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. Leo Frommeyer, Mt- Pleasant Township. Martin Winter. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W- T. Menring, Springs Dam Farm. Cumberland Township. Robert E. Major, Straban Township. John W. McEhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon. Bendersviile, Pa. George D- Thomas. Chambersbarg Pike. Robert Hamer, Greenmount, Pa. Harry E. Shriver, Butler Township, R. 6. Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, E. 5, Gettysburg. William Coshun. Straban Township. Ellas Wolfcrd. Mt- Pleasant Township. H. C. Warren, Menallen Township. C. H. Eummell oa C- L, Osborne farm, Mcnallen township. Wm. M. Bighani's Sons. Freedom Township. Wm. M. Bsgham's Sons, Liberty Township. Jacob F. Peters, Tyrone Tc^mship R. 3, Bigler\-ille. Pa- Charles Essick and sisters. Butler Township. R. 5. Getfcysburg. J. C. Coulson, Butler Township. A. S. Wflisler, Mt. Pleasant Township. R. 10. Mrs. Clestia A. Black, R. 1. Biglerville, Pa, George Herring. Highland Township. W. F. Herbst. Orrtanna R. 1. 0. B. Sharreits. Cumberland Township. R. L'. Gettysburg. Pa. G. E. Stallsmith. Straban Township. R. 0. Gettysburg, Pa. Joha Dick, HofFacker Farm, Straban Township. Giibert Rudisiil. Cumberland Township. Gettysburg Route 1. J. E. Jacobs, Eugene S- Kelly farm. Cumberland Township. J. Clayton Rider, Me. Joy Township. Gettysburg R-1. Caarles Fidler. (W. E- Golden farm). R- I. Biglervilie. Butler Twp. F. B. Twisden. Gettysburg Poultry Farm. Cumberland Township. John H. Eckert. Straban township. Gettysburg. R. S. Otis Walter. (Cor.rad Waller Farm) R. 1. Tillie, Franklin Township. E. F. Strausbaugh, Orrtanna R. 1. Albert Hoiiinger. Cumberland town-hip, Gettysburg, R. 6- Deardorn Brothers. T;3Iie. Pa. Frar.i.Hn Township. E- P. Garrett?GT!, Butler Towr.ghip. John arid Frar.k Garrei'isor:. iler;2l! r n Tov.-nshjp. R- H. Black. R. 2, Ge"y?bur?. Cumberland Tovrrship. Mrs. Da^Jel Jnlter. Currbcriand Tovrnship. Gettysburg: Route fi. D. S. Reynolds. Sirabaa Township Gettysburg Route 9. W. A, Big-ham. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg. R. 3. John Groscoht, R. 7. Getiys'jurjr, Sirabar. To*.vnship. Garaeld Jacobs. R. IS. Gettysburg, r.ear Barlow. Dorsey Dearcorff. Highland Towr.ship. f Mrs. H. B. Mover Farm). H- S. Mertz, Ham::tor. To-.vr.ship. (Campboll ar.d Mover Farm). Janies A. Bighain, Fres_doir. Tov-T.ship. Gettysburg, Route 4. Levi Crum. Mer.al!en Township. Mrs. Andrew Bro-agh. R. 1. Aspers. Mcra'.'er. Town-hip. L. H. Meals. Cumberlar.fi Tow-.«hip. R. o Gcttvsburs?. C. W. Black (J. Carr.a Sr.:::h Farrr s R. 2, Gettysburg. Mt. Joy Twp. Wm. H. Johns, Cumberland township ar.d Gettysburg. George W. Wolf, R. 3. Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. Additional names, 50 cents for entire season. Albany, X. Y., Oci. 16.--According j to seemingly accurate information j from tbe impeachment court, whose j Soal deliberations are secret. Governor i William Sulzer was found guilty of having made a false stagnant of campaign contributions, the charge set forth, in article 1.- The seven other articles are yet to be voted on. The reported vote was 39 to IS- The two-thirds required lor conviction is 3S. A change of two votes \v«ji:!«l have saved the governor. Kcur court of appeals judges are said to have voted not guilty--Chief Justice Cu'len, Willard Bartlett, William E. Werner and Emery A. Chase. There was no separate ballot as to thf validity of impeachment articles 1, 2 and *J. The court decided that article 4 was broad enough to cover the Peck testimony in tae trial of William Sulzer. The court decided that it was unnecessary to amend the article or to ask die assembly to draw a new one. Xo mention was made of the Morgen- thau testimony in the opinion of the court, which was read by Juuge Cul!en. Peck's testimony was that Sulzer had ;old him to deny contribution under oath. This cleared the decks for consideration of the motion of counsel for the defense to strike out articles oae, two and six of tbe impeachment charges, on the ground that they related to OL- fenses committed before the governor took office. The court immediately went into secret session again for this purpose. The decision of the court not to send the Peek-Morgentbau testimony to the assembly for a new article has caused gloom among Governor Sulzer's friends, who had looked upon the proposed action as favorable to their side of the case. The court's decision was reached after a long debate. Presiding Judge Cuilen said, as soon as newspaper men were admitted into the senate chamber: "Gentlemen, the court announces that the application to amend the articles of imneacbment has been denied, and the c-otrt has decided that article 4 is bread enough to permit consideration of the Peck instance as a basis of a substantive charge." A rumor that an injunction 1 been served on. the state treasury to prevent him from paying the jnd: their S37.50 per diem salaries caused a flurry in the capitol- Inquiry aevei oped that some voter who was not in accord with the proceedings had writ ten a letter to a state official demand ing such action. BRYSONIA f Brysonia--Mr. and Mrs. 'R. B. Myers and son, Earl, and J. Calvin Thomas and son, Cameron, of ArendtsviHe; 'Mr. and Sirs. Frank Stallsmith and daughter, Helen, of Gettysburg, Misses I Helen and Elizabeth Eicholtz were _ 1 visitors =.t the horse of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Paragraphs of IfCWS Te!!in§ of I_ E. Myers o n Sunday. i . . . | Miss Bessie Raffensperger, of Ar-, ; endtsville, -visited at the home of S.; iMcEicholtz, on Sunday. Mrs. S. Me- j Happcnwgs in 2nd about Towp People Visitinf Here and Those Sojourning Elsewhere. _ ...... SURVIVORS AT NEW ; Eicholtz spent the past week at the | home of her father, Mr. Koch, who is \ ~ ! on the sick list in Gettysburg. j Colonel John P. Nicholson was on I George Fohl built a new chicken t Wednesday elected recorder-in-chief at -- ; house 30 feet long. (the twenty ninth annual session of the _ _. _,,_,,, o fr .,- '- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Soangler and ' Commandery-ia-Chief, Military Order Some of the Burntna Steamer's StoK-. . . n i ' .=· ^ r i r ^ u - TM -, , , three sons, Lewis, Cameron and Paul, of the Loval Legion, held in Philadel- ers Became Panic-Stricken and Were : of Easl Berlin, Mr. and Sirs. Harry .phia. Driven Back to Work at Pistol's; \ rQ!M { t? o f Hampton, were recent j Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Euehler and point, r visitors at the home of Clayton Bos- j children Freda, Alexander and Vera, '. serman. - - »of Chambersbarg street, have gone to X. R. Beamer, of Ar- Atlantic City, X. J., where they will MAY I M P E A C a O V . BREWEF The Grosser Kurfaerst. commanded by Captain IT. Spagrenbers. aSroost from the ii-ne of her arrival at the side of the burning- Voliumo. look a leading' part in the rescue wort She p'.cked up 105 survivor", "including tv. trnty-three members of the crevr. She lowered a steam pSn- nace which made n-jmerous trips in the night, picking: '^P p^ssensrers who leaped from tie Voltamo. Thirty-two are said to have been rescued :n this way. New York, Oct. 16.--Between and ninety ^ se ^ers on the;TMTCv I endtsville, Mr. and Mrs. were trapped sa compartment ;so. i uj * f v t ~ - * , the first explosion on the vessel on er, of \ork Springs, spent Sunday at Thursday morning and either killed by the explosion or burned alive. Mrs. W. W. English, of Philadelphia, the home of \ViIHam Hartman. ! has returned home after spending- a Miss Clara Baker is spending a! few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brinkerhoff. on Baltimore ; . This news v.-as brought to port »vith j W eek xvith Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Thomas. '."Henry the docking of ihe steamship Grosser | ilr and Mrs M E Knouse return- ! street. Kurfuerst, bearing J'"S survivors o^ e e j home from the York fair and Wfl- 1 Among those from town who are disaster. It came from the lips o i A al- ; i^.^^ convention. J spending the day at Hajjerstown fair ~ dron Disselman third officer li'irno. one of the rescued __ Grosser Ki:rfuerst docked in , K*r, ^ B Hoboken. Commuiees of tac Red | er on Sunday. Cross. Jewish orgaEiatsons and friends i and relatives of the dead and i n i a g j j Mr. and Mrs. William RaSensper- are: Harrison Myers," Martin McDavid av.-assed her co-Bias- Tea auiomohiies an-.i an ambulance were on hand to o£ TWO GREAT STARS. Sirius Is the Brightest of All, and Ca- nopus Comes lise unfortunates to places ry refuge :n Manhattan. | Evervbo'Iy had a good word to say j for tb4 wonderful work of Cap'arn j TUe results of th::c instrument of tech the aaster of the ship, who di- 1 precision, tbe meridian photometer, are reet--i 'be fight against th" fire and j that Sirius is seven-tenths of a masni- nor leave for rest or nourish- j tade brighter than Canopus. which · aient until he was blinded by smoke and Oams. As the Grosser Kurfu^rsr nosed up easily teaches that Sirius is brigbter tbaii any other star. Canopus. next in brilliancy. Is the Xonh river she was salui'-d wi-h j frvai all tuut portion of the !!es br all tbe craft that | south of north, latitude 37 degrees. shiee :ss declination is south 53 degrees world Sherry, Mrs. John Shuftz and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Shank, Mr. and Mrs. Xicholas Redding-. James Eicholtz, J. E. McCammon, John Wills and Ralph Blocher. Mrs. William Mover, of Reading, has returned home after spending i, few days with her sister, Mrs. Garfield Kramer, of Chambersbarg street. Mrs. Kramer accompanied her as far as Harrisburg to spend the day. Prof. A. R. V/entz has gone to Philadelphia where he will attend the meetings of "the Pennsylvania German Sois a member. Miss Tillie Grove, of Overfarook, is spending several weeks at the home of and^j is tbe complement of 37. j her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George i HEART OF MAHANOY CITY AH of the survivors of 'he Volt'irno hart bef»n housed in first cabin quarters and many of them bad ! it therefore never rises above the j Grove, on Chambersburg street, been famished wUn 'as.-x- clothing by ! south horizon ot any point 37 degrees Mrs. A. D. Chidsey,of Easton, the passengers on the"*Xorih German | north. The latitude of this obserra- " Lloyd liner. j tory is 34 degrees 17 minutes; bence The story of First Officer Disselman. ] Canopus rises very nearly 3 degrees of the Voltumo, of tie disaster foi- j above tbe watery wastes in the Pacific at ths home of Dr. and Mrs. D. Stanley on Springs avenue. is a G. Enemies of ^Mississippi^ cxecy Charge Him With Misconduct. j Jackson, ?.iiss.. Oct. 16. -- Political [ enemies of Governor Earl Brewer are conspiring to bring impeachment proceedings against him. according to his friends here. A big political fight has been precipitated by the publication in a Te^as paper of a charge that Governor Brewer carried to Europe a woman of questionable character. It Is alleged that Lieutenant Governor Theodore G- Bilbo. 3iaor S. J- Taior. of Jackson; several state sea- ators and representatives and C. R- Boyre. of MrmphSs. are behind the movement t- impeach rhe governor. Boycc was involved in a cotton deal criticise'! by Governor Brewer. Brewer's friends assert that 1 the "piot" :s tbe result of his activity in s^ndin^ several proininent men to tee penitentiary for grafting- The woman Brewer is charged with having taken to Europe with him lives Ja Memphis. fteatre, Bosioess Places and Residences Destroyed, Mahanoy City, Pa., Oct. 1C.--Fire in the heart of the town caused a loss estimated at $250,00". Tae Kaier Opera House, on the cor- cer of Ham and Water streets, and a number of business places were de- srroyed. The Kaier estate alone will suffer a loss of at least $150.000. Its buildings destroyed are: Tae Kaier Oera House, $75,000; saloon and dwelling of Leo Valencia: saloon and dwelling of John G!abnis. The other losers are: J. A- Kelly, Philip Dejnar. dwelling: James Carr, cigar dealer; H. B. Brown, green grocer, and dwelling; James Carr, dwelling; Mrs. Ward, residence: James Ryan, residence: E. W. Smith, residence; Vincent Coogan, dwelling; John Fisher, d.-.cliing; Mary Bastian, dwelling: J. A. Kelly, Opera House cafe: Glen Jackson, manager of the Opera-Hcnse, all on-Main street. OR Tine street: George Carter, .swelling: Thomas Oswald, dwelling: \Vhitfield Guscoit, dwelling; Jacob Wertz. dwelling. On Water street: Frank Bastian. wbeelwrizht ar.-i smithy: George Car- lows: "At ~ o'clock on Thursday morning j I was asleep when there came a tre-1 meaCous explosion. I tumbled from my bunk and harried oat. Flames were spurting from the forward hatch aad roe ventilators and mounting forty j feet in Hie air. The explosion was! caused. I believe, by a cask of oil. "laimediately we began to fight the nre in Xo. 1 hold. At tee same time the wireless operators started to send out S. O. S. signals. Shortly afterward an answer came from the Carmania. ! sea,, Its low altitude makes it much fainter than higher Sirius, as the light must traverse layers of dust and water vapor near the 1 earth's surface. Still it is magnificent, especially when standing over a calm ocean surface. Canopns~ has no parailai that tbe highest power telemicrometers that can be made are able to measure. This .is oae ot tbe most overwhelming facts PUPILS SAVE Wayncsboro Children Have Laid Aside Over §1500. When the savings fund in the Way- ncsboro public schools was inaugurated, a year ago, there was uncertainty The steward went about among the j bacfc this w:lv tlle base j ine _ t b e entire passengers, many of whom were panic- , ^j a ~. eter o f t i ae orbit of the earth-- Strieker,, and reassured tfiem vv-ith the | is^.-Ci.oou miles-- dwindles to a minute . . srord taat the Carmania was speeding j point too sma si to be measured by any j to our assistance. ; m) rnsrone. Some idea may be had as to the favor with whicji tfe would (tvithin the entire range of human ex- | meet wi",h the pupils. It was not long, perience. This means that if one goes I hov.-c-ver, until it was demonstrated with tbe most powerful J cfcaj . ^ schoo} fo^ an d g^-is had ad, ?e ever made, turns and looks j ^^ ^ p{an very j,^^ jj^ ^ v _ ingrsfund was inaugurated. Monday, October 28,1912. and the- money pat ir."uO It that day by the town pupils amounted to §62.70.^ During the year "At 11 o'clock in the forenoon we! of tbe iinalenS 5 E5 . o f the universe by felt that we had the ilames unde^ con-, thint i n ^ of ^^ f ac£ flurins each spare ter. smithy. These buildings were ail crushed ber.eatis tiie failing walls of tbe Opera House. A loud e%plos:en gave first notice o£ die fire in the op^ra house, and fiames T ere found to be eating through the tnateria? iri the fly balcony. The cnt:re f-re department of the Held Prisoner by Mortar- Plcasantdaie. X. J~ Oct. 16.--While --nrning; on the ruof of a bam here, .Yng^lo Mart-.icdn a mason's helper, 1^-t r.:s foc-riig and fell from the roof .mo a mortar bed eighteen inches ·ieep- B'HC nis ankles were sprained ar.d h*» co-old r.o; rise. Ke yelled for Iiclp. but rsor.e came. Several hour? la'cr Mariuces n-as dug from the bar- Ocncc aiortnr wkh a pick. city was crtlJo'i but its efforts were : winds fanned the fiames a:*e ·""-;" spread through the slr»:rt-!re ?nn =,-.nn it v.as a furnace. Three of t::e wa-Js fell, the rear wall cnisnins the :ran:e wheelwright shop and snj:tn-. A ?A2 wall crnaibled next, shattering the rear end of a frame .'i-,\eiiiii5. 73v-n ihe front wall fell. The Fh:3?.'i':-b:a Reading Coal n*-.1 Iron ,?,,' bTiilfiing chcckM the Oaiics. Trj"o - isipanies of tbe Snen- andoali fir- ·}' --artraent came early to aid. Two col '--es near tbe fiiy sns- rondc-i r.:^ra':-^s ai:d -workmen with rrr.ue Sre Sc;b' r;:; apparatus lent valn- l r.ss ; strr"c. ;rol asd we hoped that we would be ( able to Bat ihe passengers off to other j ships and bring the Voiturao to land safely. ~A fe~ minutes later, however, tbe laces burst out with new fury, and ·VJT- optimistic hopes changed to a ."ear :hat the ship would blow up- Or ?--.urse we kept this apprehension from ·he passengers. "Sr-ine of the srokers. I am sorry to -av. lest their neads and had to be r !r:ven back to work at the points of -evolvers. "When tae Cannar.ia csme alongside T^e were all filled with new hope. It Virnost broke cur hearts when she 'aile'l to lover boats. '·Captain Inch showed most remark- »ble bravery. He continued in the fore- -'ront ia the fight against the flames nntil he na'l been temporarily blinded. Then some of us had to pull him back. -The first vessel of any Kind to reach us was the tank steamship Xew York. Sne was not equipped with wire- ·es=. lint bad been passing and had seen the fiames- The Xew York put -v,:t a small boat--a whale boat. I be- ==ve arul this frail craft was able tc "ome alongside, but of course it was :oo small to be of any assistance to Survivors of the Voltumo aboard the Grosser Kimuerst were all men, steerage passengers, crew and a lone first cabin passenger. The Kurfuerst's .iccTor said none of the rescued had ·-epn ill and that all seemed to ha^e -o*overed from their experience. They were all. with one exception. ·vilhojJt baggage, but they were al- i'jwed to land by order of the immigration authorities at Washington ar,l were taken care of by various inst:t«- t:oas. Better to so think than to ! Lucicn I-arkin in Xew York Americaa. the weekly deposits continued close to that figure. This yea- the sums put to she credit of tbe pnpOs each week are tbe previous moments.--Edgar | no - _ o ] ar ^ e the average amount received each Monday morning being- S40. The fund,, however, has grown to quite a iarge proportion and its total ·s no-.v Si .500, which is drawing interest for the school children. or asparagus find ci/- cular Xo. 1,02 issued by tbe bureau of entomology at Washington helpful in the task of ticrhting the inroads of the asi'arasns beetle. The circular takes up ia detail cultural nu-thods and sprnys which have been found helpful. DONT forget Robert B. DIehl'* sale on March 3d. 1914. --advertis»- ment 1 TREES FOR SALE H I have good Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready | | for planting that, I will sell at reasonable prices in | i small or large lots. 1 | G. E. Spanglev | iimiiiiiitmiuiiiiiiiimiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ Smallest Worr.an In Iowa Dead. Albion. lo^-a. Oct. 16.--Miss Ruthey Howes, ·K'bo is dead here at the age of sixty-six years, was reputed to have been the scaliest perfectly formed woman in Iowa. She was thirty-seven inches tali and weighed sixty pounds. Miss Howes was a remarkably beautiful and attractive woman. She was a school teacher and a musician of considerable ability. High Living Cost Affects Damages. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. IS.--Declaring that the high cost of living and the decreased purchasing power of money warrants larger verdicts in damage cases, the Kentucky court of appeals affirmed the decision of the lower court in granting a judgment of $25.000 to the widow of a railroad fireman ·who was killed in a wreck. __ COMING EVENTS Happenings Scheduled in Gettysburg for Coming Weeks, Wcrr.sn Ki ! .:;-j Four Step-Children. \Vaio. T»-;a- Oct. 1C.--Mrs. Klien :tber = -5=c. ---r-;-"l wife of J. D. Etb- ·rngc. a fcrrvr, has confessed that sho rpurdcr.--'! ; »o of her step-children last .Tan.-, a::« r.ro on Oct. 2. by ailiam- sterin;; po:so:i according 10 a state- a:en; g'ven T : bv the prosecuting at- :crr^:-- ? % .e =-a=; she was jealous of her iiKsbaid'p c-:i i- children. Farmers Day Premiums Plate of best York Imperial Apples (not less than six), Pair shoes. Glass of best Preserves, lady's 14 K gold fillkd watch guard. TEN PER CENT REDUCTION on all goods sold that day. C. B. KITZMffiLER I Said Wilson Had $2,000.000 of His. V.'r.s'.i r,z ,.- Oct. * --Daniel Rem- ir.cion. £=*·.«·-,;;. -.ears oid. tr;e3 to see Prosi'lerit V.' 1 '- n, saying that the latter had S2 .'!·· )» oi Ris mon^y locked up in l«.;s 'io-k Remington, who says he is fr^ni P-Th Dakota, -nz* arrested by the \Vhste iJouse police and sent to the "Washington Asylum hospila!. Morgan's English Estate. London. Oct. !«.--Th«» -will of J. Pierpont Morgan, probated here, shows U. M. W- Official Dead. ·\Vilkes-F-arre. Pa., Oct. 15. -- John Fallon. sixty-two years old, national ^ -xec;U3ve 1,-oard rneniber from district j :;o. 1. United Mine Workers of America, died ia the Riverside hospital here of perintonitis, following an operation. H" ^vas a close friend and business confidant of Jonn Mitchell, ex-president of the Mine \Vorkers~ union, particularly during tb« conferences with President Roosevelt in closing the 1S02 Quart Measures Free Father Who Killed Son Tries Suicide. Baltimore. Oct. 16.--Failing in an attempt to escape from his captors, Frederick Bysenbart. slayer of bis son, dashed himself over the second tier railing in the jail and narrowly escaped death. While being taften from the police station to jail earlier in the that the American finanrif-r left a for- day Bysenhart slipped from his coat tune of S.j -i.cfw in Ensjlan'i. Th« British death duties on Morgan's os late will be approximately $1,000,000. Brua Chapel. Oct. 18--Gettysburg's second annual Farmers' Daj'. Oct. 21--Conrort. Mis-, DeYo and Mrf Bayly. Presbyterian church. and ran for half a mile, pursued by 350 persons of Towson before he was caught. Nixon Field. Oct. fll--Annual Hallowe'en Mummers' Parade. Nov. 7--Lecture. Dean South-wick. I will give away quart measures to all who call at my place of business on Saturday. f Special Prizes for Farmers' Day only; basins; 20 cents a dozen; 10 cents a half dozen, A lot of 5 1 2 and 6 inch stove pipe for 5 cents. . HARRY VEINED North Slration street. Gettystmr «P. Oct. 17--Concert. Mozart Company, Oct. 25--Foot Ball. Mt. St. Mary's. -- Brua Chapd, SPAPFR

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