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SAVES ELDERLY PEOPLE FROM
KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIES
Sleep Disturbing Bladder Weaknesses, Backache, Stiff Joints, Rheu
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saved the annoyance of getting up at; bladder, overcomes unnecessary break
night with disagreeable bladder dis- ing of sleep and restores the kidneys
orders, for the new discovery, Crox- and bladder to health and strength,
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and obstinate cases. suffered, how old you are, or what
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6,000 FEET OF ASTOUNDING DISCLOSURES OF FACTS.
A Dramatic Expose in Motion Pictures
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or- ANY SEAT o/-
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. 6 Water Nymph* The C&stilli&ns
Ethel Green European Posing Novelty
John and Mae Burke Adams Brothers
Bertha Creighton & Co. Smedley
Beaumont & Arnold V |
The Hasmans 9a I ( ■/"">
Juggling DeLislu W
' Updegrove Orchestra of 25 Pieces
Mrs. Clem Shorter Leftwlch, soprano; Mr. Byron S, Behnev, tenor:
Mr. Abner W. Hart man, basso; Mr. George W. Updegrove, violin.
Under the auspices of the "Ladles of the Kilts" for the Charity Fund
All soloists to be accompanied by the full orchestra.
Thursday Evening, February 19, 1914, at 8 O'clock
TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
ADMISSION 50 CENTS
TIP GIVEN OWNERS I 1
OF SLOT MACK
Mayor of Lebanon Moving to
Clear City of All Gam
Special to Tkt Telegraph
Lebanon, Pa., Feb. 17.' Mayor
Longenecksr has issued an order di
recting; the removal of all gambling
devices and lottery schemes from cigar j
stores. I>ast week the police were i
directed to make a tour of the cigar
stores to flnd slot machines, but the
tip had gone in advance, and no ma
chines weer found. Now the Mayor
has put the taboo on the cards with j
the pasted numbers, which dispose;
of clocks, gold watches and other ar- i
tides, and all cigar merchants have I
been notified to clean out their places
at once of such gambling contrivances
or suffer the consequences. The ac
tion was precipitated by the com
plaints of citirens that small boys were
spending their money trying to win
watches and other cheap jewelry.
VISITING BOARD APPOINTED
Speciol to The T tit graph
Mechanicsburg, Pa., Feb. 17. —Un-
der the provisions of acts of the Legis
lature. to visit the various institutions,
societies and associations caring for
j dependent, neglected and delinquent
children during the year. Judge Sadler
appointed the following persons on
Mrs. John H. Baker and Mrs. Jacob
j Hailing, of Shippensburg; Mrs. George
: M. Hays and Miss Henrietta Herman,
of Carlisle; Miss Grace E. Witmer and
! Miss Catherine Keefer, of Mechanlcs-
j The act creating this board provides
| that the various members shall visit all
i the societies, associations and institu
tions and submit reports to the Court
of Common Pleas from time to time,
as to the condition and treatment of
the children. An annual report must
also be submitted to the State Board
of Public Charities.
TROUBLES OP RURAL CARRIERS
Special to Tht Telegraph
Mechanicsburg, Pa., Feb. 17. —Bad-
ly drifted roads have caused the rural
mail carriers plenty of trouble in get
ting over their routes the past few
days. In order that his horse could
get throug, on Saturday, one of the
carriers was obliged to get out and
tramp the drifts in front of the horse.
Another got through by unhitching his
horse and riding. It was impossible
for some to reach every mail box and
nearly all the men were three hours
late returning to town.
BAND OFFICERS ELECTED
Special to The Telegraph
Mechanicsbtirg. Pa., Feb. 17. —Tlie
Singer Band of this place elected the
following officers for the ensuing year:
President, E. S. Weber: vice-president,
Samuel L. Duey; secretary, Everett E.
Strong: assistant secretary, Lloyd E.
Rhoades; treasurer, Lewis A. Diller;
business manager, Samuel L. Duey;
music director. Philip I. Sheffer: as
sistant director, E. S. Weber; libra
rian. Philip I. ShifTer; directors, H. W.
Strock, Frank Stngiser and Lafayette
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by Making Your Cough
Syrup at Home
Take* Bat a Few moments,
and Stops a Hard Cough
In a Harry.
Cough medicines, as a rule, contain a
large quantity of plain syrup. If vou
take one pint of granulated sugar, add
pint of warm water and stir about
2 minutes, you have as good syrup as
money could buv.
If you will then put 2ft ounces of
Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint
bottle, and fill it up with the Sugar
Syrup, you will have as much cough
•yrup as vou could buy ready made for
92.50. Take a teaspoon ful every one,
two or three hours. It keeps perfectly.
You will find it one of the best cough
syrups you ever used—even in whooping
I cough. You can feel it take hold—
usually conquers an ordinary cough in
24 hours. It is just laxative enough,
| has a good tonio effect, and the taste
: is pleasant.
; It is a splendid remedy, too. for
whooping cough, spasmodic croup,
hoarseness and bronchial asthma.
Pinex is a most vaulahle concentra
ted compound of Norway white pine
; extract, rich in guaiacol and other
j healing pine elements. No other prepa
ration will work in this formula.
.This plan for making cough remedy
with Pinex and Sugar Syrup ig now
used in more homes than tnv other
cough remedy. The plan has often been
imitated but never successfully.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this preparation. Your druggist haa
Pinex, or will get it for vou. If not,
■end to The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, lad,
To the Mediterranean
FEBRUARY 21 MARCH 7
CANOPIC MARCH 14
WHITE STAR LINE
• Broadway, N. Y-, or Local A art a.
| MAKE NEW YEAR
to enroll next Monday In
Day or Night School.
SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
It S. Market Square, Harrisburg, Pa.
Harrisburg Business College
| Day and Night Business,
Shorthand and Civil Service. In
dividual Instruction. 28th year.
329 Market St. Harrisburg, Pa.
We have the pleaaure of plenalng
i VICTORIA THLATER TO-DAY
LOTUS DANCER, 4 Acta—FOß HIS
MASTER, 2 Acta KID AUTO
RACES AT VENICE and OLIVES
AND THEIR OIL are Keyatoae pic-
Feb. -3 RENFAX MU
SICAL MOTION PICTURES.
Starving Red Birds Come
to Farm Houses For Food
Special to Tkt Telegraph
Waynesboro, Pa., Feb. 17.—One of
the worst, and heaviest snowstorms
voting this section —or Southern
Pennsylvania—for many years, began
falling Saturday anil last night the
air was again filled with the flakes.
In Waynesboro the snow Is between
14 and 16 Inches deep and all automo
biles have been put out of commission.
Trolley service was tied up.
Many farmers residing in the Marsh
district, near Quincy, Mont Alto, Toms
town, ' Rouzerville and Zulllnger are
not able to reach town by vehicle on
account of the snow drifts that have
been piled high across the country
roads. At a number of places the
snow hanks are mountains In site,
being much higher than the fences
that line the roads on either side.
The deep snow has robbed the birds
of the field and forest of their means
of sustenance —they can neither get
water or food —and they are suffering
much in consequence. Yesterday
morning twenty red birds were count
ed in a flock that gathered at the resi
dence of Charles O. Bonner, the fruit
grower, at Tomstown, near Waynes
boro. Mr. Bonner has been In the
habit of feeding the birds and some
of those who had eaten from the ter
race at his home must have guided
the hungry birds to his place. In ad
dition tp the red birds, a score of other
birds assembled there for food.
Many farmers and residents of
town are feeding the birds, which fly
to the window sills of their homes and
flap their wings against the window
C. De V. Row Speaker at
P. 0. S. of A. Celebration
Sptcial to The Telegraph
Halifax, Pa.. Feb. 17. —A celebra
tion will be held by the local camp
of the Patriotic Order Sons of Amer
ica, in Royal Theater, on Monday
evening, February 23, and the pro
gram has just been announced. The
speaker of the evening will be
Charles DeVeny Row, of Williams
town, an ex-member of the Legisla
ture and a prominent school teacher
In the upper end of the county.
The program will include: Invoca
tion, by the Rev. J. C. Pease; flag
drill, by the secondary school; essay.
Miss Almeda Blcksler: recitations by
Miriam Rlttinger, Ray Callahan and
George Shumaker; address, "Patriot-
Ism," Charles DeVeny Row; Hag drill
by grammar school; recitation, High
School pupils; debate, "Resolved, That
the Country Owes More to Washing
ton Than to Lincoln"; negative, Mel
vin Sheetz, Elmer Chubb and Herman
Rlchter, of the High School: affirma
tive. P. C. Fox, Howard Heisler and
John C. Miller, of the Patriotic Order
Sons of America; benediction, the Rev.
C. A. Funk:
Judges of the debate will be the
Rev. C. B. Felton, chosen by the
P. O. S. of A., and Percival S. Hill, by
the High School. The third judge will
be chosen by Messrs. Felton and Hill.
Special to The Telegraph
Middleburg, Pa., Feb. 17.—0n Mon
day evening the Home Study Club was
entertained at the home of Mrs. Wil
liam Roush. The meeting was well
attended and a very Interesting pro
gram was rendered. Mrs. A. D. Goug
ler gave a very interesting talk on
"The Life Saving Service," and Inter
esting papers were read by Mrs. G. E.
Hassinger and Mrs. A. F. Gilbert, The
program was interspersed with music.
TONS OF MILK STRANDED
Special to The Telegraph
Hershey, Pa., Feb. 17.—0n account
of the drifted condition of the country
roads, several tons of milk were strand
ed in the vicinity of Schaefferstown.
The large auto trucks which haul the
milk dally to the chocolate factory
were unable to get through for two
dayt-. Eight large sleds, drawn by the
sturdy farm horses of that commun
ity yesterday brought the supply to
RETURNED FROM TRIP
Special to The Telegraph
Hershey, Pa., Feb. 17.—Robert F.
Von Neida, the former Hershey Park
policeman, returned from an extended
trip through the West. For the last
five months Mr. and Mrs. Von Neida
were visiting relatives and frienc's at
Freeport, 111., St. Joseph, Mo., Kansas
City, Chicago and Bellefonte, Pa. Mrs.
Von Neida is spending a week with
her daughter at Reading.
.MRS. BRIGHTBILL ENTERTAINS
Special to The Telegraph
Annville, Pa., Feb. 17.—Mrs. A. M.
Brightbill, of College avenue, enter
tained delightfully at her home on
Sunday the following: Professor A.
E. Shroyer and family, Professor H.
H. Shenk and family, J. E. Gilman
and family, Mrs. Elizabeth Krelder
and Mrs. Louise Richard, of Lebanon.
FIRE AT HUMMELSTOWN
Special to The Telegraph
i Hummelstown, Pa., Feb. 17.—An
'oil stove set flre to bed clothing in,a
! s'eeping room at the Central Hotel
! yesterday afternoon. All the bed
clothing and the mattress were con
sumed by the flames, but the building
Itself was little damaged by the flre.
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Jußt send in the coupon below at
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' can get the regular package for 50
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City ; State
Annual Session to Be Held in This
ters from this city
a 11 0 surrounding
towns will meet In.
the annual Luth
eran Lenten Con-,
„• "l.» ference in Zlon Lu- I
IfflM theran church |
. Thursday, Febru-J
"1 . J Bji nr >' 26. There will
t>e lhree sessions, I
- morning, afternoon!
and evening, and at
all sessions. Dr. J. |
[sr. *ill be the speaker.
» ' ' ' " This conference ]
is held annually among the ministers I
preparatory to Lent. The sufferings'
of Christ are made a special study at I
tills conference, and usually several ;
of'the ministers prepare papers which
are road. Lenten hymns and pray
ers are offered. Dr. McCuaig will take
the place of the speakers of other
years. He will give three talks on
'"Sin," following out this order, "Sin l
In the Seed," "Sin In the Fruit" and I
"Sin in the End."
These ministers will take part in
the conference: The Rev. Fuller
Bergstresser, Mlddietown; the Rev.
Frank E. Moyer, Highspire; the Rev.
Daniel E. Rupley, Oberlln; the Rev.
H. Hall Sharp, Mechanicsburg; the
Rev. H. E. Wolf, West Fairview; the
Rev. W. B. Smith and the Rev. Dr.
M. L. Hocker, Steelton; the Rev. E. D.
Welgle, Camp Hill; the Rev. H. C.
Holloway, of Dauphin; the Rev. F. L.
Rice, Marysville; the Rev. William
Nye, Newport; the Rev. N. S. Sharp,
Enola; the Rev. L. C. Manges, Memo
rial Lutheran; the Rev. E. Victor
Roland, Church of the Redeemer; the
Rev. R. L. Meisenhelder, Trinity; the
Rev. J. Bradley Markward, Bethle
hem; the Rev. S. Winfleld Herman,
Zion; the Rev. A. M. Stamets, Augs
burg; the Rev. Thomas Reisch, Christ;
the Rev. H. A. W. Hanson, Messiah.
Girls Organize Circles —Twenty
girls of the senior group at Zlon Lu
theran church last night organized
the Cenchrean Circle carrying out the
plan to organize every part of the
church membership into some group.
This circle will have for its Interests
missionary A-ork, social and general
interests of the church. These officers
were elected; Miss ■ Margaret Boas,
president; Miss Evelyn Shoemaker,
vice-president; Miss Mary Kinser, sec
retary; Miss Dorothy Helman, treas
urer. A meeting of the younger girls
will be held to-morrow night for the
purpose of organizing a similar group.
Between thirty and forty girls will
join this circle.
Illustrated Lecture. —Marshall Fick-
Iln, lecturer, will talk to-night on
"Life and Times of Abraham Lin
coln." at the Wesley Union A. M. E.
Zion church. Tanners avenue and
South street. The lecture will be Il
lustrated with moving picture views
and Is for the benefit of the Christian
Endeavor Society of the Wesley
church. J. Robbin Bennett has charge
of the arrangements.
Funk Addresses Class. —At a meet
ing of Class No. 8, of Bethlehem Lu
theran Church last night, J. Clarence
Funk, a local attorney, discussed "The
Disguise of Evil." E. E. Heisey spoke
on the "Power to Say No." Refresh
ments were served to these members
sind guests: J. Clarence Funk, E. R.
Heisey, Hudson Bucher, Ray Smith,
Kobert Millar, Roy Matchett, Robert
Foulk, Harry Pierce, Charles Mehring,
Harry Daugherty. Godelle Stroup,
Samuel Phillips, Charles Eisner, Otto
Helf, Harold Helf, Paul Roeder, and
Market Square Celebration. —There
was much of interest in the celebra
tion of the ninety-eighth anniversary !
nf the Market Square Presbyterian
Sunday school last Sunday. Of course,
there was general regret on account
of the unavoidable absence of Judge
S. J. M. McCarrell, who has been su
perintendent for forty-three years, and
in the prayers of the morning and the
address of Dr. Smith, Judge McCar
rell's service was mentioned. Since
the illness of the superintendent,
Charles W. Foster has been In charge;
of the school and presided during the'
services on Sunday morning.
A fine recor dof attendance on the
part of many of the teachers and;
members of the school was presented, j
Burton E. Cummings, organist of the!
Men's Bible Class, has been present
every Sunday for seven years. N. E.
Hause, one of the teachers, was pres
ent every Sunday last as were
the secretary, Blair Gourle;-. and the
following members in the senior de
partment: John Fries. Florence
Fisher, Blanche Banford, Mabel
Wright, Marjorie Tlause, Mabel Clark,
Katherine Fahnestock, Russell Lind
say, David Charles, F. Scantling, Mary-
Fisher and Miss Sanders.
In the Junior department those pres
ent every Sunday were Harry Sanders,
Trudell Lindley, Daniel Roberts, T.
Stewart Blair, Lile Fisher, Miss Sara
B. Chayne, J. Horace Nunemacher,
and in the primary department those
present every Sunday were Mary
Louise Hubley, Blanch Ralne, Eliza
beth Davles and George Robert Nune
The total of collections for all pur
poses was $2,719.76.
BUSINESS CHANGES AT ANNVILLE
Special to The Telegraph
Annville, Pa., Feb. 17.—pne of the
largest business deals in recent years
was closed last week, resulting In the
change of ownership of the meat busi
ness of I. F. Long to ex-Postmaster Z.
A. Bowman, and the livery of the
Eagle Hotel to I. F. LonK- The livery
business was owned by a brother of
Mr. Long, Henry Long.
LADIES GUESTS OF FIREMEN
Special to The Telegraph
Annville, Pa., Feb. 17.—The Rescue
Fire Company will have as their guests
the ladles assisting at the bazar and
supper held by the company last Fall,
on Saturday evening, February 21,
when a separate room and tables will
be reserved and the full menu served,
at the supper by the Union Hose Com
pany in the Kramer building, in West
REVIVAL SERVICES CLOSE
Special to The Telegraph
Annville, Pa., Feb. 17.—United
Zlon's children have been conducting
a series of revival services in their
church to the north of town for the
past three weeks, closing on Sunday
evening. The services were under the
direction of the Rev. Harry Light, of
RAILWAYS CO. MEETING
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Harrisburg Railways
Company will be held Tuesday, March
3, at the office of the company start
ins at 10 o'clock in the morning.
FEBRUARY 17, 1914.
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I JP% FOUNDKD 1671 #4
y HAHRIItUMt POPULAR MMMtTMHT MORS
; High Cut Shoes at Very :
: Greatly Reduced Prices :
* High Cuts are fine for winter weather. Keep ]
out the cold and wet. But we've too many of them 4
to end the season with—hence the reductions. A
y 100 Pairs Misses' and 100 Pairs Women's i
► Children's High Cut $2.50 and $3.00 High Cut <
► Shoes—Patent colt, gun Shoes—All leathers, all <
► metal, tan calf—all sizes sizes in the lot —reduced <
: l p n a'' ,e .! ot : $1.25 $1.50 ;
► 50 pairs men's $4.00 and $4.50 high cut shoes— <
► tan elkskin, Goodyear welt soles, &0 QQ *
sizes 6, 7 and 8 only, pair <Pm«vU <
black and tan calf, all sizes in the A Q <
y lot; reduced to, pair *
► black and tan calf; all sizes in the Cft i
► lot, pair <P X *OU <
► Men's $1.50 Arctics, pair 1 AA 4 i
On Sale on the Third Floor. Bowman's. AJ[ o\J>/ i
► —— 4
► A Wednesday Cut-Price Sale •
y Are you one of the customers of our Notion Depart- i
► ment? If so you will know what values are offered in our
► weekly sale. If not, you have a good opportunity to be- 4
► come acquainted with it to-morrow, much to your ad- <
► vantage. *
odds-&-Ends Metal Buttons
► at 10c dozen j
► Were 25c to $1.50 a dozen <
| ! 10c Bulgarian Braid, 5c a Yard <
► - <
k 14 lb. Dressmakers' Best Plated Pins— ] ]
Sizes No. 3-4-6, 8c j i
► - - < j
t- 2zc Corset Shields 100
► Red Cross Nickel Plated Safety Pins ,all sizes, doz., 30 4
y Children's Stocking Frame Driers 250 *
Children's Shirt Frame Driers 500 <
Skeleton Waists for children, with or without support- -<
ers 250 <
' Elastic Sanitary Belts 5350
Nickel Plated Shear ,7,8 and 9 inches, 100
► 15c and 19c Button Strips 100
► 5c white and colored Braid, bolt 'H 1
► 10c 12-yard pieces Bias Seam Tape, piece 50
► 5c Asbestos Iron Holders, 3 pair for 100 4
y Feather-weight Sleeve Protectors 100 4
Plain white wash braids, yard 30, 40, 60 and 80 4
► Wire Hair Pins, plain and crimped, 2 packs 10 <
► Tomato Pin Cushions 50 and 100 4
► 75c and SI.OO Bullet Buttons; red, green, black and 4
► white, dozen . v 250 -1
y Extra heavy Hose supporters, ladies' and children's, 80 <
( Black and white Ruche Supporters, card 100' i
Wash Spiral Collar Supparters, card 50 and 100
' 10c Stickeri Wash Edge, 6-yard bolt 60 "
► 6-yard piece Lingerie Tape, pink and blue, piece ..50 "
► * One the Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. <
; 75c Clothes Baskets
► Special 59c
► A limited number to sell at this price to-morrow. 4
► Limit, one to a customer. Rattan handles and rattan 4
► edge around bottom. 4
► 49c Japanned Bread . 0 . Z ~ —— 4
■ . 29t . 12% lb. Japanned Blue
' boxes * and Brown Tin Flour Cans,
j k 49c Japanned Umbrella 9 250 i
; ► Stands, assorted floral dec- Bowman & Co/. Naphtha I
:► °rat.ons 33» Soap manufacltlred ex . _
► 89c No. 8 Tin Wash Boil- pressly for us, 10 cakes, 280 i
ers, wood handle, metallic ~—
► , ' * Pft , On Sale In the Basement, 4
bottom OWO BOWMAN'S <
CONCERT FOR AID SOCIETY Ladles' Aid Society of the Dlllsbura
Lutheran Church for the ben 'fit of the
Dlllsburg, Pa., Feb. 17. —Forrence building fund. The quartet consisted
Concert Quartet gave a very pleasing of Miss Lou McFall. soprano; Mls»
concert on Saturday night In the Florence MacAfee, reader; Miss Oert>
opera house under the auspices of the rude Mersreau, pianist, and Lee Jenk*
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r Seeking Health and Strength
® For those ills peculiar to women Dr. Pierce ®
Q recommends his "Favorite Prescription" as gj
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0 Every woman may write folly and confidentially to Dr. Pierce, ISI
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'Tj to her absolutely free. gj
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