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SECOND SECTION. FRIDAY EVENING*
pages 9to is HARRISBURG IfSffSJI TELEGRAPH
Starvation Will Not i
But a Stuart's Dyspepsia 1 ablet j
Will Enable You to Eat Your
Weals Without Suffering
After Doing So.
Every person knows that to live in a
wealthy happy manner we must eat.
Diet, starvation, predicated food, etc.,
art not the correct methods of elimi
nating: digestion disorders.
Many dyspeptics know that they
must eat and HO they go to their nieals
In a half-hearted manner. When they
see food before them they are made
miserable. Their Judgments tell them
lo eat, but their etomache revolt at
the idea and so whatever food they
consume does titan more harm than
•■lf I Wore Sure Tlilm Meal Would \ot
Injure Me I Would Kal For I *n>
l.oninu W'rlgfct Every Day."
In cases of dyspepsia, catarrh of the |
stomach, gastritis, heartburn, brash, i
foul breath, bowel complaint, stom-,
ach trouble, etc., a Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablet taken after each meal will do •
more good than anything you have!
You simply cannot realize how these j
little digesters put away a meal, with- ,
out effort, pain or distress and at the (
•same time so build up the digestive j
apparatus as to make the next meal ;
more easily taken care of.
To understand what Stuart's Dys-j
pepsia Tablets are composed of is to j
realize that when they reach the stom
ach they dissolve into digestive juices
just as desire by Mature. They hold !
ingredients which the healthy stom- j *
ach is supplied with and the unhealthy i
stomach lacks. j'
These natural qualities have a great j
digestive influence upon all food. One |
grain, of one ingredient contained In ■
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is sufficient j
to digest 3,000 grains of food.
When you have given this a single j
thought consideration you will then |
understand why It is that Stuarts Dys
pepsia Tablets are the greatest stom- '
ach and dyspepsia remedy known to- (
Thousands of stomach sufferers all j
over this country, who have been re- ,
lleved of all kinds of digestive dis- j
eases, arc the Influences which have I
made these tablets sold by druggistfi!
In every city, town and village in thisj
Go to your druggist to-day and ob-!
tain a box. Price, 60 cents. —Adver- I
Tests the Quality of Coal
Old-fashioned Winter weather, i
The kind of weather that tests J
the quality of coal.
Kdley's Coal stands the lest.'
the reason so many homekeepers j
have burned it year after year.
Kelley's Coal is uniformly sized j
so that it can lie depended upon I
for any particular grate.
You may need more coal to j
tide you through till Spring.
Highly recommended for the
average furnace are
Kelley's Hard Stove $6.70
Kelley's Hard Egg....56.45
H. M.KELLEY & CO.
1 N. Third St
10th and State Streets.
SAGE AND SULPHUR ~
DARKENS JAY HAIR
Brush This Through Faded, Lifeless
Docks and They Become Dark,
Hair that loses its color and lustre,
or when It fades, turns gray, dull and
.'lfeless. Is caused by a lack of sulphur
ia the hair. Our grandmother made
up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur
to keep her locks dark and beautiful,
and thousands of women and men who
value that even color, that beautiful
dark shade of hair which is so attrac
tive, uae only this old-time recipe.
Nowadays we get this famous mix
ture by asking at any drug store for a
50 cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Hair Remedy," which dark
ens the hair so naturally, so evenly,
that nobody can possibly tell It has
Ijeen applied. Besides, it takes off
• landruft, stops scalp itching and fall
ing hair. You Just dampen a sponge
or soft brush with It and draw this
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. By morning the gray
hair disappears; but what delights
the ladles with Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur is that, besides beautifully dark
ening the hair after a few applica
tions, It also brings back the gloss and
lustre and gives It an appearance of
Cumberland Valley Railroad
In Kflect November 40. 1911,
TRAINS leave Harrlsbura—
For Winchester and Martlnsburc at
1:03, *7:62 a m., *3:40 p. m.
For XiaKerktown. Chambersburg. Car
lisle. Median lcsburg and Intermediate
"tat one at t:0l, *7.62. UI:U a. Si!
•"io. 6:32. *7:40. *11:16 p. m.
Additional trains for Carlisle an*
llecbanlcsburc at »:4« a. m„ 2:13. 3:27.
t HO. 9:80 a m.
For Dlllsburer at 6:03, *7:63 and
•11:63 a. m.. 2:18. *3:40, 6:32 and «:30
"'•Dally- All other trains dally except
Sunday' H. A. RIDDLE),
J pL TONQB. U T*.
Try Telegraph Want Ads.
Gorgeous Gowns to Be Worn by
"Girls" in the Carlisle Boys' Show
IMBRL f \
Women arc always interested in see
ing how well member* of the sterner
sex manage themselves when they are
endeavoring to impersonate females.
The exceptional manner in which
members of the Carlisle Elks' Theat
rical Association 1111 the roles and also
the earb of women in the show thoy
are to give at the Majestic Theater
Tuesday and Wednesday, with a bar
gain matinee on Wednesday.
To Hugo Miller, a well-known Car
lisle Elk, and possessor of many
friends in Harrisburg, goes the prize
in tlio female impersonation line. By
If Bevitalized With Kellogg's Sanitone
50-CENT BOX FREE
TO MEN AND WOMEN
. Don't lose your "grip"—get out of |
the rut of gloomy, weak-nerved exist
■ ence. Know what it means to be well i
».nd really live. Kellogg's Sanitone
From Gloom to Heppiaew.
| Wafers work wonders for men and
I women who are ailing, nerve-racked
j and run down. They put the snap and
"ginger" Into sluggish minds and
bodies—make you feel like a young
spring colt. You need no "rest cure,"
"travel cure," or doctors. Just feed
new vitality to your strained and care
worn nerves with Kellogg's Sanitone
Wafers, They dispel your brain-l'ag
and banish that "all In" feeling. Am
bition and health return, and you feel
like your old self again.
Send your name and addrese to-day
with six cents In stamps to help pay
postage and packing for a free 60-cent
trial box of Kellogg's Sanitone Wafers
lo F. J. Kellogg Co., 2467 Hoffmaster
Block, Battle Creek. Michigan.
The regular SI.OO size of Kellogg's
Sanitone Wafers is sold In Harrisburg
by C T. George. 1306 N. Brd St.; G. C.
Potts, 1101 N. 3rd St: C. M. Forney,
successor to Forney & Knouse, 426
Market St.: J. H. Park, Jr., 621 Race St.;
C. K. Keller, 405 Market St.; W. F.
Steever, 14th and Walnut Sts.
No free boxes from druggists.
GLASS OF SUITS
j If your Back hurts or Bladder
bothers you, drink lots
When your kidneys hurt and your
back feels sore, don't get scared and
proceed to load your stomach with a
lot of drugs that excite the kidneys
and Irritate the enire urinary tract.
Keep your kidneys clean like you keep
your bowels clean, by flushing them
with a mild, harmless salts which re
moves the body's urinous waste and
stimulates them to their normal activ
ity. The function of the kidneys is to
filter the blood. In 24 hours they
strain from it 800 grains of acid and
waste, so we can readily understand
; the vital Importance of keeping the
Drink lots of water —you can't drink
too much; also get from any pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salts;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast each morning
for a few days and your kidneys will
act fine. This famous salts is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with llthia, and has
been used for generations to clean and
stimulate clogged kidneys; also to
neutralize the acids In urine so it no
longer is a source if Irritation, thus
ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot In
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
llthla-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep
their kidneys clean and active. Try
I this, also keep up the water drinking,
j and no doubt you will wonder what
Ibecim* of your kidney trouble and
■ 1 backache. —Advertisement.
some hook or crook Mr. Miller dis
plays a figure so remarkably feminine
that he is the wonder of all those who
witnessed the performances in Carlisle
last week. Grouped around Mr. Mil
ler is a sextet of as fetching feminines
as ever graced a musical comedy right
from Broadway. Gowned In the height
of fashion, and with millinery so dis
tinctively new that they are ahead of
the local season, these "girls" add a
touch to the show that makes it worth
the money without any other of Its
The title of the piece, "George
Brady's Dream," is explained in the
Ex-Governor Sulzer denies C. T.
Murphy paid back A. N. Brady's J25,-
000 campaign contribution.
Twelve candidates enter field to suc
ceed Mayor Curley as Congressman
front Boston district.
Congressman Green charges that
Hock Island Railroad stock hae been
Graft unearthed in the Toms, New
York city, through efforts of Correc
tions Commissioner Katherine B.
A masked burglar cuts the hair
| from the head of a Hartley, Del.,
Committee from United States
1 Chamber of Commerce protests
; against provisions of trade commission
New Jersey commission reports ays
j tematic swindling of immigrants.
Steamship Nantucket's wireless op
erator testifies to reading while other
ships were sending messages before
Liquor men favor Gibboney proposal
: that Prohibition be effected by buying
I out dealers.
! Minister thinks real color problem is
in North, and starts movement to ad
vance African race.
British Foreign Minister says Amer
ican plan for Hague peace commission
Sir John Tenniel, famous cartoon
ist, dies in London.
Fifty-one New Members
Added to Church by Revival
Special to The Telegraph
Columbus, Pa., Feb. 27.—The Rev.
Thomas R. Croops, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, in Quar
ryville, has Just closed a revival ser
vice of seven weeks' duration, and has
added fifty-one members to his church,
a number being heads of families.
The only assistance given him dur
ing the continuance of the service
were occasional exhortations by two
local elders. The minister did not
thing it was necessary to have an
evangelist in order to inaugurate a
1 revival and started the work him
self. The result was the biggest reli
gious awakening ever experienced in
CHILDREN HATE OIL,
CALOMEL AND PILLS
'California Syrup of Figs" best
for tender stomach, liver,
Look back at your childhood days.
Remember the "dose" mother Insist
ed on—castor oil, calomel, cathartics.
1 How you hated them, how you fought
against taking them.
With our children it's different.
Mothers who cling to the old form of
1 physic simply don't realize what they
do. The children's revolt Is well
founded. Their tender little "Insides"
are injured by them.
If your child's stomach, liver and
. bowels need cleansing, give only de
licious "California Syrup of Figs." Its
, action is positive, but gentle. Mil
lions of mothers keep this harmless
, "fruit laxative" handy; they know
[ children love to take it: that it
, never falls to clean the liver ahd
, bowels and sweeten the stomach, and
i that a teaspoonful given to-day saves
a sick child to-morrow.
Ask your druggist for a 80-cent
t bottle of "California Syrup of Figs"
• which has full directions for babies
I children of all ages and for grown
- ups plulnlj on each bottle. Beware
of counterfeits sold here. See that 11
t is made by "California Fig Syrui;
I Company." Ucfuse any other kind
story, which takes the Carlisle Elks'
minstrels on a professional barnstorm
ing tour, just as Mr. Brady, one of
their members, wanted to do last year.
In the first scene they are leaving
Carlisle, In the second they are strand
ed in a Western cow-punching town
among the cowboys and tangoing
"cowgirls," and in the third and last
act Ihey are back home again at a
swell reception in the magnificent
home of a benevolent old lady who
sent them transportation and arranged
their welcome. It is In this last act
that the gowns come In for parade.—
| WOMEN ARRESTED WOMEN
Special to The Telegraph
Chicago, Feb. 27.—Six union wait
resses were inarched oft to the police
station by two policewomen yesterday
from in front of a boycotted down
town restaurant. The waitresses de
manded that policewomen be substi
tuted for policemen on the strike de
tail. The prisoners offered no resist
SEWING CIRCLE ENTERTAINED
Special to The Telegraph
Blain, Pa., Feb. 27. —Yesterday the
Ladies' Sewing Circle, composed, of
about a dozen married women, arrang
; ed a sledding party and went to the
i home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Bry
ner at New Germantown, where they
were hosptably entertained. A big
dinner was served.
■ When you buy a Piano. There are no
; enormous rents attached to it. (Take
a transfer*) Spangler's, Sixth above
I Maclay street. —Advertisement.
' A nation-wide campaign for mem
" bers will soon be launched by the Fed
eration of American Motorcyclists. The
- federation has made rapid strides during'
i the past few years, but the increase in
the ease of motorcycles has been even
greater in proportion than the increase
" in the F. A. M. membership. Those in
terested in the sport are anticipating
that 1914 will be the biggest year in
motorcycle history. And, in order to
keep abreast of other motorcycle ac-
Itivities, tho F. A. M. is going to conduct
a campaign to increase its membership.
Every motorcycle club in the United
States is asked to take part in this
campaign, and suitable awards will be
given to the clubs that bring in the
' largest number of new members. Print
e ed pamphlets, setting out the rules of
- the contests are being prepared and will
- soon be ready for distribution among
s the clubs.
One of the contests, which is open
'■ to F. A. M. clubs only, is to cover a
'• period of four months, ending June 30,
- and In all twenty-five awards are of
e fered to the clubs bringing in the
0 greatest number of members during
. that time. It is expected that the clubs
1 winning these trophies will offer them
u as prizes to the winners of their sum
a. mer endurance runs.
The membership of the Federation
has long since passed the 25,000 mark,
and with the combined efforts of all
1 the clubs, it is hoped to raise it to at
least 30.000 by the time of the annual
convention this summer.
INDIAN DEVIL DANCING
Devil-dancing is one of the arts of
Indian necromancy, says a writer in
the January Wide World magazine ,and
. is practiced in the northern areas by
■ the lower orders on festive occasions.
I The dance is also performed whenever
epidemic diseases break out in the vil
lages, In honor of their goddesses, to
whose wrath the outbreak of trouble
is invariably attributed. The dancers
t collect money from their fellow-vil
lagers at a fixed rate per head, and the
amount so gathered Is utilized for the
performance of further rites Intended
to please the angered deities and avert
the consequences of their ill-will.
THE HAMMER AMI THE HAMMER.
[From the Popular Magazine.]
i. Johnnie rushed into the dining-room,
t his voice lifted to a long, quavering
wall. He was giving star exhibition
of the art of separating himself from
J tears and trills.
I "What's the matter?" asked mother.
y Johnnie removed both fists from his
- eyes, and explained mournfullv:
"Papa was out on the back porch
nailing down a plank, and he had a big
j hammer, an awful big hammer. Then
he missed the nail, and hit his thumb."
"Then what are you crying about?"
a asked mother. "Why didn't you laugh?"
Then Johnnie told the whole story
v "1 did."
ENGLISH ENDURANCE RUN
d Following the example of American
s motorcyclists in staging the San Diego-
Phoenix classic, English riders held a
competitive run on January 31, which
,; proved a real endurance test. Every
mile of the course tried to the limit
s. the endurance of rider and machine,
i- Mud covered roads had to be negotiated
o and three water splashes were included
If in the course, one of which came above
~ tile spindles of the motorcycles. Also
'J a Mill climb was held in which the
u riders were permitted to use only low
SUIT AND OV
We still have somewhere around five
hundred Suits and Overcoats which ranged in
price from sls to $25; not "odds and ends" as that term
is generally used, but the balance of our present season's
In these five hundred Suits and Over
coats there are all sizes and possibly as many
as two hundred and fifty styles, all new and all good.
All $15.00 and SIB.OO frlA
Suits and Overcoats . . "
All $20.00 Suits and tfjl 4 "7C
Overcoats *P "
All $25.00 Suits and (tIQ 7C
Overcoats* «plO« I O
•The great majority of these Suits and Overcoats
are Kuppenheimer garments which Is Recommendation
enough for any Suit or Overcoat.
There's plenty of time to wear these garments, but
precious little time to sell them, and so to make assurance
doubly sure we offer them at prices which will move them
Goods exchanged or money refunded at any
time if for any reason your purchase is not satisfactory.
304 Market Street Harrisburg Pa.
ODD FELLOWS COMBINE
Special to The Telegraph
Blain, Pa., Feb. 27. Application
having been made to Grand Lodge, of
the Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, Blain lodge, No. 706, and the
New Germantown lodge, No. 625, have
been consolidated. The consummation
of this business was transacted at
their last regular meeting In their hall
at this place. The ..ew Germantown
Odd Fellows lodge has been dissolved
and the eleven members have trans
ferred their membership to the Blain
lodge, which now has a total of over
eighty. The lodge will hold Its an
nual banquet on Thursday evening,
HARDWARE FIRM DISSOLVED
Special to The Telegraph
Mechanicsburg, Pa,, Feb. 27. —Yes-
terday by mutual consent the partner
ship of Prowell & Stroek in the hard
ware store In West Main street was
dissolved by Clyde Strock retiring from
the firm. In the future business at
the old stand will conducted by Jo
seph Z. Prowell, who hopes for a con
tinuance of public patronage.
CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Bears the
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
VISIT NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL
Newport, Pa., Feb. 27.—Pupils of
the Lewisburg high school, thirty-four
in number, accompanied by their
teacher, the Rev. Thomas Matterness,
sleighed to this place on Wednesday,
for the purpose of visiting our high
school. They were cordially received'
by Principal H. M. Corning and his
assistants. Earl K. Dlehl and Mlsa
Elizabeth Dorwart, and were welcomed
to the several classes of the day.