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October 24, 1913

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TSftf'W* Nfi«'« Jgvgjljigllgigi^^ - Published Daily Except Sunday Times and News Publishing Compaff » . . , Secretary and Treasurer. PHILIP R. BIKLE, Ecitor "SUBSCRIPTION Served fav carrier in Gettysburg for 25 cests p«r moat *~____^!ed 5=.ace_of Gettysfa-r- tor^engjgygggrg._ pir. Toppvr Giver, a Siirnri?-.- OB I;.~ ; ] Birchday. j 1-1^3 A %ery enjoyable b!r-_htlt:y surprise f I -jartv v.-as held -~ the hcn:e of -sir.. ];.·! Z-Zrs- Cornelius Tcrnsr, l-r:^--.y' HO, 200 'PERSONAL NOTES Shortly Er.pects cf Stork. STILL ENTOMBED AND BRIEF ITEMS e _: I~.*r. iti i;o:ior ot L-I_".Iiii;\. Those p:-s*crA v.vrc Mr. -"'-j ·-£ i U-noGfi Hears I^ISE of M fsei-Gii-ilis; -o --- r · * -- ! -i i 5n i - f t l i ,ao fute IFyoo. paid ox ^J*. 5sg -«.*-s* Entered 1 ·edutust -"5, JLS04, at Gertrsburg. Pa., ss second-class natter.. der ::4 Fr;n He:i;:er s - ;ilr. xrJ 1 j;;rs.| jF --?..' . C^Ejrress J!dsrch_3rJi8-?._ __ "-_L_ ^ii:^^-~-'-~. -*-?· *--^~ _ '^ -- \ . t C - ^i* 1 . - . x-fi^^a : 2C ^pffffffei! " .L 5J--- e/tivLsjsj'ff'i . ;ij*|]Lr R£TT PWOXP UNITED miONS - - . . - - - 1 ' , .",,-.*.,.?*- -]__·-. ·* '.-· -,,'J IrNorth^sT cors-r ef Cents* Sqaare, fttysbars, PeEnSyl ^ £ '. :^"F^I Bi7:Z Xr. cr.jfx-" l^e.! '-^~! *..-. 1*;5- D.=z ?s PrarlfeaJiy Vsra Crur; =-:3 Capture Presides::. '^- = ?r Arrest at! - _ = :r t ?!=r-s to" n r n la hiiii OOZBOS 0! BOOlSS. Oft IS A OE4TH GMP Seeking the Victims Are Forcing Their Way Foot by Foot ush -Debris snd Gas. iArsiosailC isrh.ger. ! - .--'*-: ir~-.s lici'her. Lo.;i-s IhiVjsea, .C. 31., Oct. 24. -- \Yb*i is Hie :a: 01 aoprcxiaiately ioy ^en ~e- -T52isli:s lii iae worUIags of Xo. _ Stag Tel!in 9 o . . Happenings to 2nd about Tow? p ecp |g ^^s^ n erc and Thost I2SHC-, with !- OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHJCAG^ - alive, vr~re e-ii'orabed by a terrific er- Wamtads. One cent per word each insertion. Two cents a word 1? g^srsatec 'vy. grzt page poanoa. Resolutions of respe-A, poetry snd rsenio-is.rsia o** ...^ ^ per word. .r. i'svcer. M:::«.:r: S:r'iler. »".~-.: ,,^ -' Ti;Ics!oi* ca nesday afieraooa? -.-. - - . t This -Aas tl.e question on tee lips of Ii-aUrviw? of :a'.Ki:*;rs, ivives and children r.s ;j.-y prtssed tae line of tiiie 2--ris ijro\»a about the mouth, of the t_!ne. This v :±s -he unconscious in- '··-·:'iv :i:s' spuired hundreds c£ TOl- ·or to ,-t :.-;- r.r.-: fillc-d '.vi::: pos=osous gases. .: ;. - "i.i O-'riniu that at least 2S4 :--r-.c"s more, v.v-re entombed. Scores L- i.:o~---""su Hi-aers iro:a Colorado fields ton.:=--:e«l tc- reach camp asid _ _ . ,rt'L: -{."aUs -.vere sent :nto the v.-ork- -, TMiTr". e "!r~r' ---^ s : ^-i" pr^atc-c-ssors emerged LT^iSSS^c^rerS-i ;;.=::'l *?^ _ , ,, . -- - · _,. ; *·*" "TM ~ -- - ^ ^ . SPIRIT OF THE AIR. Modish outer garments. Ladies, miss- £5 s/ ^^^ tCTZe ^ es, juniors and chiidrens coats. " ? - F:y " 3 S:rc! ' - ~ - T "·-^ I ^." 4 r^ "_i t^io A117.or- : - ^ - -.- - ------! It -,/.-- :.rp'ju: ; ced that t\veaty-Sve ii-^.i- '^il-z lirr: bean located, biit sev- :r-"' '-'» TS i^-jit elapse before they :ng of th: Fiy^g 3=rc!. TI:v S^ru Ls !:tt"e Jiif-r-j tlisn a clrifr C-f :e ,ilr i r^-:s..; :·::« rT.-ryi 5y r-i«ii5^s. fe^ T!^ air : ::- -.1 its q :l"s it i-re^tUes '. £. ::::o-.:u-ri i:s v.-l'Ve f-ar:e : n,i ilesu ur.a ·IT-C: . . , -_ -, _ .-,,-,, , i *- -k i ~.^,---~ ' _w ·" I L_ _ , ~ s ^ - " ^ - J. ~* -* J-i-* «-·· ^ s ? Q* ^ _^-V ·^ ~" c : ' : "".,T' | j=» - j «i«7' n : r c ;- =, PX " f A J ^ j r i f t '. -.-.---.- "\\ e : f - - * * ' ; ~; ? · - i * s : - . - ~ t 1 - ^ -.,; * i * -\ ' ,, . . " . " - ,, -"-^" - i':s.' i ltl-'j:i *··£*· I*}*\ -, "nt.sn :nl£r-j i ; _ L X ^ i - . - j t - ^ ^ i a t - - c r r . i »i^*r ·· -.-, r- 5T*"*'7"iP*i"i ?tJ^2T ! ;· -; :1 ·'..- ;i » I: ' r ; S 5*. I :·; H I 2 i y i l l ; c - y u a l d ; -5 - ' v j Aciericans. Arthur Eng".: ="- ; :;sl V.'raier Jon^ou. O- tls-j i .venty-two miners aisve the LTcaic.- r.".::uj'~-r v.-ers sericusly Injur- i ; I, I t-..- :"::5 exr'^fclon. Nearly all ·--.re ~if.'-:c"e«I 'y the po-sc^'jus gase: :'-"-=: States; l. T:--,: rj -: :n p-voetness T- ^;-ters VYii! B e } --·o ' ."-rr: v.ar- n-;c stanec until four hours niter the c:;?"-orlt;n. c^d that in the O---r.'lnifc tr.e sis j.robably had pe^e- ir~*_d r-very ;fs.r: 01 the v»-orl-:ings. Lit ::c- "..ore -..-.-^ "Xprs?e'l by the leaders .; ;: e rv--3',: r : p.'.riies :hat any of th° r^'.i :"!.' --~ ·'«" "iaa have survived. v."i_:r, . .':· '-rrir-cit. g.-nsral super · i-j-cr-'.-Ieu: -^ tise mine, had not beet: He vras amors the_2S-i men Mrs. M. B. Baker, of Springs · avenue, has gone to Hanover to'' spend several days. Mrs. G. \V. Stallsrcith and daughter, Ruth, of East Middle street, -.ven'c to York this afternoon to visit for several days. Miss LHHe Dougherty and Miss essica ?» r eaver, of West High street, re business visitors to York to-day. TJev. J. B. Baker went to Wrights- ~ ·ille this afternoon where he will of- Iclate at a wedding: this evening. Rev. and Mrs. J. Luther Sieber and hlld. of Xev." Haven, Conn., have re- urned home after spending some time at the home of Dr. and Sirs. I_ L. Sieber, on West Middle street. Rev. L. L. Saeber \viSl leave on Sat- irday for Somerset County v.-here he L'i!! ivork ifi the interest of temperance aV theTneetings of the Allegheny Synod. Mr. and Mrs. R. \V. Stallsmith, of Xev." Oxford, are to%vn visitors for the day. 31r. and Mrs. E. E. Hutchinson, of West High street, have gone to Carlisle and Harrisburg to spend a week. -Jacob Mundorff. of South Washington street, is a Harrisburg visitor today. prof. Lu'cher P. Eisenhart represented Gettysburg College at the dedication of the new Graduate School of Princeton University this week. Elmer Harner, of Lictlestown, left Wednesday morning for Grand Canyon, Colorado, where he v.-H! become the pastor of a mission church in tha"-_ city. The young man last year finished his first years course in the Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, but owing- to the condition of his throat was unable to re'cam th:s year to resume his studies. He has accepted the charge in the West with the hope of regaining his health. .. r^.-*-,. -rfv,\ ., ,, , ,, _ n -,, -,^ , ' :Vjn'l. .ric vras amor^ tae_i;i-i niei. " " ~~ i ^'- '··--''-3---^~_ ·-'- ·-· - "T-""_I~:.*T" Thr- v. or": o: penetrating into the ~,',^,,T-'T-^--'"-c ! """" '^ ~~~ '"' rnG%: "= -' e '"* - :nn-:3 : i-^d:j:; into Xo. 2. from neigJi " """. '--··'--"- T _ ^ i - _ c r~. . , ,,.;. r , _ ; _ _ _ ,,-p r p rFiocked and ai CHURCH NOTICES ^ O * - "-V~"i^ ^^ ^ i-;-t:-it:--:^-r-r^ C :^^. burst::-· . ^5 Prices .r^^^^-irr^.-:^ ^ · $, :.'..··-:=: : --a rapture of choir r.r. ^ '.' {I rr-:'$.r»g; «5^:? ? .----,-: ^ ^^^ auC. tTrtrterins:.' ft f r o m 20 i © - ?=jf?.' S^^SS^S;:' *s" § ; |:i.V;' if'Cr'^^^S^-ty- 75"^ " - ' ---" " "'·-'" --··*-· J ""isy .c^T^ea DT tc.e j - H ie.-i2. He "P- i »* U its /^raoiaii i^eiiii: 8 a specialtv$i4.0U tc ^ " a ? the l:\~S. are '; s cf ilie :'.-i": ort these the , ' ' vetot:t:.«*-?: tne rubles · ; ::.;.t arc- no: taa rrlde of ; .-.re A:".:cnr.: tl:e vermilion ! , ci :.i"i 1:-= t i.icov--. :.r.d the niokel' . -.ve f::.-··::.=: .T.a fr.filng: -?.-?: :r..l r_-...:t ui. I o;.ei:el :": 1 ^.- r.= t":c i":~I'f^~ "·;" t's blocked and ai ihronzh ih^ aot a. saaft :rir.c. b-r. i? en.ere-', zhrcugh a funnel Iilvss ir:i-j it's f~-e of the mountain. ::-3_. c: tne msa t:::-s far rescued and -.-: .r'.y z: the bodies, have bee^ ,, -~J In i":-5 t : :n^ne, comparatively -;~r the cntrar.ce. The men suit ~---=Ii;-; cr- at least SC'JO feet from he- cr'-'OT-'- Tiescners equipped with _.:.E-r it _.i-='t ;ster"."a"s. are forcing ~Ii ·!: "'-:' i'-".; by :"cot. often being j: -.--._: i-C · ca: Is remoreJ- Xo pre- ~ "-- -·f-?i7 -, , f. _, - ^- TM~ ^^^* 2.5 tlO JIO^-''^ IG32T - L. »v ill -,,- -. o ---ner-" s tj the ianerznost re'-~=ea. c." the rnloe. - : , r ..,-.--- ? icfries v.-ere v.-knessec leave t e tne T v 'r*P' ~*^^IT""S'^ : -I":' Q" I : 'ac£^ lesst ssrlously hart ' --re :cniovcrl to Thoir hones. IjCng ^ar^s Ji- t i ^?,uPO x c 0?-! ; .. - c ^ I':-.---,- v- ry -·-:.:i::- 5 es tLe : ·5; .1 " ·: -" '"-.:· v ;-L''I. "- -···jnillnc r.s : . ; \- :"· -· " ' r. I;:. -:;/5 "The · - *-"3-- tns pc r- Ir. I'ler.Ico cs a- | ,-_:cr._s to ic!i t c e j - ; p'rerdv -.-e-jzra.-} r l? 'or c. coar d'3'c.t · : ,-^ac ff c-;~-= aT.-r.iied tne dead, out »___,, i r . . - t a - ' i ^ « * , - - - « ·-. » ! FIBBED TO GET BBIDL ' .-.-. -v:Il be sr.':, : j - - - yro%-r^n l2--| '-- -.. « C_" ". ~ ~ - ~ ".'"^ O'^'^^LL ' '·'=-" V/r.o Sv.ore Falsely to Girl's Age x '~~ ~~" """.^.il 1 --·-·-« i ,_ ja:«e«i for Perjury. - c 'v-' '-:. ":-."-: A'-sVes Lsrgsst Ua^rille. Pi- Oct. 24.--^For perjur- '" ..- .- c--*-- c? l_'r-;---crc"x". j ; s:r ;;;2;EO : :" 5" shearing falsely to the -.~ - ·;-_ ~i . -- I!--A c:i: of ap-! c~s or h^s --csrective bride. George -o thr- C~me-~.I I A . s^yficr. or doorr-sours, has beer. ·i ' r.: "Vi-rs -«T.S an-! ^-.rf-ncei to pay a fins of SI! and - -' ^.j. r-L ~;,!'· r"-'.?"C o'" { ='-7.~o ij-^r Ic-ss than t~c years an! one .-at tte ~or.;:i r.r-r r^c-rc- than AEEXDTS^LLE REFORMED Church service on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Sunday School at 9. EIGLERVILLE REFORMED The pastor will preach at 2 p. m.; and the Sunday School will begia at 1 n. GETTYSBURG U- B. unday School, 9:30 a. m.; preaching-- 10:30 a. m.; Junior Christian Endeavor. 1:30 p. m.; Senior Christian Endeavor, meeting-. 6:00 p. m. Prayer -Tiseting Wednesday 7:30 p. ra. J- Chas. Gardner, pastor. - SALEil U. B- Ssnday School, 9:00 a. m.: Divine Worship, 7:00 p. m. J. Chas. Gardner, oastor. REFORMED Sunday School, 9:15 a. m.: church service. 10:30 a. m. Xo evening service. The congregation will attend the inniversary of the Bible Society in St.' James Lutheran Church in the even- : ng. The pastor will conduct se_rvice in 3t_ Mark's Church at 2 p. m. 3IGLEKVJLLE LUTHERAX Sunday School at 9 a. as.: Junior Endeavor at 6; Senior at 6:45. and nreaching at 7:30 p. m. BENDER'S " LUTHERAN Sar.day School at 3, and preaching at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor in the evening. CHURCH OF TEE BRETHREN Marsh Creek Church: Sunday Schooi TD 9:30 a. m.: preaching at 10:30 a. m. Strauon Street Church: Sunday School 3:30 a. m.: preaching at 7:00 p. m. BEXDERSYTLLE LUTHERAN years and j Sunday School, 1 p. m.; services 2 p. ·'-..· ".·fctory ol' the: j -v-- nicnibs Jn the ^.astern Peniten-1 rn.. sermon subject, "A Fool's Last nea We carry in stock mostly all makes of Sr:ct -jL-ans, Kincs. ;2VOiVers '^j Huriting Knives. Axes end all others kinds of liunling supplies jnciudinj all ^\Y* ~ S^ kinds of cartridges for Deer Hunling anci ciner purposes. v?c e.:so ha-e a "-r^., : large stock of mostly all kinds of shot shells. Our slock cf Hunting Clota:ng Is unsurDassea. procured raar- TM'~ Z^I^ CHI-T-:"^^T f- "T- of J.tr"T.n. 3" orse and Automobile Owners Please Notice -_- X -rf- = x,5x ,'^j^ es-j .·· 3 -o Tcc-.-e he stated the age of bis , r^rcli o:" i"i C ^ r - j 'j-,-:-5r~ as -~ "er.rs. ~-he" she ~as only "jr"-. j 2 Fr.-sec'i'ic"' ^^s pnshei I"-y toe : "r"s father, after £-ycer iac left ass - \-. :ormcrly M:ss Rutii Kisses. · 1 "i-- m^rrfa^c -was in defiance cf tne ! -vls'-cs r^r the orJdc's faniily, asd the --:.·.2 :.- n. dlr-c.or Ir. a j - c -.-._ pa :r came to Bioomsburg to : "ve ^ Tcer a t'rae Ssiyaer -.vent -west. j 'i"'5 v:fo "33 forced to find work la herself. Xight." Ghris'dan Endeavor, 7:30 p. HI. All -welcome. YORK SPRINGS M- E. Bendersville: Sunday School, 9:30; sermon. 10:30; All People's meeting. 7:30. Wenksvilie: Sunday School. 1:30; sermon, 2:30: Epworth League, 7:30. Lather W. ilcGarvey. pastor. MT. HOPE ETC. Preaching a'c M,t- Hope Saturday evening; preaching- at Mi. Carmel on We now have on display cur new and fresh line riign Grade Autorno- -^*bile Robes, Horse and Stablss Blankets. j^~p' v.^X _ - . . _ _ _ _. ___ ,_, * . *·· - ^ __ T^ "S T"% ^r £^ * y ^^ M f ·__»'7 ·? "_·"* 1?".^ I ^* /TM* ·"» ** "S*^ **~* "^^ ~z n "* "5" - *"* .? iGX £r _C* - "*~f - iAiiliKbj £xgs 3.11O »-?Ui*. ^a.bcb r--.,^ , *~*'jf r,^ ^- ¥/e liaves over fifty stylos of Fninksj Bags and Suits Cases io select ^T" , ^ from. All kinds repaired at short notice. ^ij- "C-i\ Galvanized Roofing .-^ ^ -_· -s, i 7 "* Just received another car of High Grade Galvanized Roof L::- m^tie by \""^ one of the best mills. - , x _-' % ^ D:P A visit and your patronage repectfuliy sclicLcc!. '^-\ -- 1C '3 Adams County Hardware Compaq --·-co to h-ive tor- 'r.iz'.-z- to a sn;a"-: Sinks \V.-h Paise-^crs and Crew "--. i ~-,: -.- o^; ^;- ,--.; r-sfcnzers os beard Womsn Victim of Flames. r-Tahasoy City, Pa.. Oct. 2-L---.Irs. c f e - t of tr.o!r t 1 . roc \ -,._,_, c^vcral rsV.es I VV.-sen's First Vet ." irOHl t:;S stove at tne tltne, and wtn Q^, «4,:--E:cerc!s!ns f ssrea^iir.g into the yard. Neighbors There -will be preaching at Bigier- ville U. B. church at 7:30 p. m. Sanday evening-. All cordially invited- Echv. W. Car.oles, pastor. CCMESFG EVENTS- Happenings Scheduled in Getiysbara -he iree'Iora of t-n.-o ' . AntorJo Diisnias- js.- aKS ; o S=sak at Funeral. ^ itr: lias "Been fo afternoon. cut no^ and put in , i i WANTED: a fresh cow. Write to '- wlsiTVj'iy nntl dry Box 1^, Bigk-rville, Pa.-~ndverlise- I st.iclcinir in for Coming Weeks. Ball. ilt. St. Mary 7 s. Field. Earthquake Rocks Colon. Oct. 2G-Motorcycle Run. Harrisburg Colon. Oct. 24.--An earthuate ; to Gettysburg. shock lasting about fifteen minutes, Oct. 27-Nov. 1--Loie Francis Stock Company-Walter's Theatre. Annual Hallowe'en Mummers' Parade. -Lecture. Dean Southwick, Brua Chapel. average conditions it costs j^ ov _ n Lecture by President Gran- not far from SO cents per ton to tafce ( standing corn and put it into the silo. Other things being equal, the larger Hie force .i heavier t i -i.-' ^i) r y ^cr j_)- / j i, to tendency to , n t Brua Chapel. . is--Lecture by Dr. J. H. Sieling, York. Brua Chapel. Hall. nor tun lo handle it

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