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Daysey Mayme and Her Folks
BY PRANCES L. GARSIOE
When some folks reoeive a letter (among them one who Is disloyal for a
from a girl which she says was writ-1 piece of gold. She bends over me
ten In the library, they are reminded) when others sleep, smothers me in a
of Daysey Maymo Appleton, who calls shawl and carries me away to be held
her fern a conservatory. for a king's ransom, or perhaps that
It was 1 n this "conservatory" that she may be revenged on the queen,
she received a newspaper reporter, I am carried over seas and at last
having sought the interview much left in the care of those kind people
against her natural instincts, Daysey you see sitting there, and who call
Mayme being the kind of girl who themselves my parents,
can give the violet cards and spades "But I know better. I am satisfied
and beat it every time when it comes I am the stolen princess of some
to modesty. It was the good of others royal house, and no doubt other girls
that prompted her to make a sacrifice my age have the same conviction
of her natural instinct to shrink. about themselves. Somewhere, away
"I find myself greatly troubled over off beyond the seas, there walks
my parentage," she said, after produc- through stately halls a prouu queen
ing a half doen photographs that the with bowed head who mourns her
reporter might take his choice, "and stolen child, and her king sits on his
feel that perhaps many other young throne and weeps. Can you not see
girls are depressed by the same tor- my haughty expression, my lofty air,
turing doubt. my superior bearing, every mark of
"Look," pointing to her parents in royalty; every proof that I am their
the next room; "there is no resem- child?
blance between us. They are old and "I wish you would announce that
ugly and wrinkled, while I am not. my father, the king, will handsomely
They show every mark of the com- reward the persons who discovers the
liionplace, while I bear every e\'idence whereabouts of his kingdom and re
of aristocratic birth. stores me to his arms."
"In the twilight when I sit and look All other girls who are convinced by
out into the gathering gloom I am their innate superiority to their al
haunted with memories of an existence leged parents that they, aIRO, are of
not like this. I see myself a babe in j royal birth, are urged to assist Daysey
the palace of a king with countless de- i Mayme in her effort to find her right
voted attendants. Ha, hist! I see ful parents
HEADACHY. BILIOUS, CM).
CLEAN YOUR LIVER—DIME A BOX
Tou'ra bilious! Tou have a throb- love you, and don't resort to harsh
oing sensation in your head, a bad Physics that irritate and injure. Re
taste in vour mouth vour evp«a hurt member, that your sour, disordered
autn i. J!°u , 5 , , • stomach, lazy liver, and clogged bowels
skin is yellow with dark rings can be quickly cleaned and regulated
e^ eB " your . ll P 8 ar , e P arch " by morning with gentle, thorough
U ,n°* wondel ; yo " feel u s'y. .mean Cascarets; a 10-cent box will keep
S? hi. . m s er Your system is full your head clear and make vou feel
c . onst ' patel i WJ ** e not cheerful and bully for months. Get
properly passed off, and what you Cascarets now—wake up refreshed—
need Is a cleaning up 'inside." Don't feel like doing a good days work
continue being a bilious, constipated make yourself pleasant and useful,
nuisance to yourself and those who Clean up! Cheer up!
I! feuSt'SiS?& ■? ye "? i h i o,d Re,!lb '?' «wert.«elUn* home and office oiL 1
H become! an idwl L aWn rn , ow^ r V 0n » ,oft c,otb U ■ i
■ Datllai DusilngChik. * M " kel a yard oi chteMl cloth the best and cheapest ft !
B ina A nr d climate ne " b '° ,Utclj ' Prevent, nut ortarnl.h on all metal surfaces, indoors and ont. ft
■ T «n W "fo?:?f?;,,^ te y i
uuBHI 3 - ,n -one oil company
** OA BaoAoitAv N . w Yobk C-y RKVISJSgjjP
made to Reduce s*Ml / I J^«lr
The new 1914 mod- k* v- iilf / | ]i^
lizTr:'. ff/// \ iifll / JUWi
" figure lines with low •wf IP J \
bust and medium iJ / M | /
prove a revelation to [| j|l \ •> I / |L -
women who have found iSI I \ " / B ||f ' ||/ /. II \
■= nothing but discomfort I / tri fij || |j|/ / W I "wi'l \
Uin all other reducing p'l / k/\ K|| j J|/ I *Br\ I [
! corsets. Rengo Belt ____[ ") / •H»| li|. f
corsets are strong —in r:[f'"!§
this respect they sur- , |i " If'TlHlTffilll xl^
pass corsets which bulge ,lj Ift IIJ |l) || fiHsgUi l\l
and stretch and lose their m - ci ' I 1 >' ! ~ '""
shape. They have elastic | ,'f \\ (iB&Bil
webbing placed exactly \s i \ ; «E|9|l |
where it is needed and M§ llffl * fry \\ wV\\\
so they give freedom for WV( 1 / L\\ \\ \Vu\\\ 111. mfffi
dancing and active ex- M\\ I f »J^X—/^V'vVv'-^tWy.
ercise they are not \ I'. ||wJlill f
cumbersome or trying ~~~ i'TM 1
on the nerves. Boned i
with double watch *\V A»h" V ■» I
spring steels —very flex- V>
U ible but unbreakable—
and guaranteed not to n
Prices $2.00, $3.00, $5.00
FOR SALE BY
I DIVES, POMEROY & STEWART |
TUESDAY EVENING, KARRISBURG TELEGRAM APRIL 7, 1914.
Use Silk or Cotton Materials For
This Useful Piece of
Saj# Seml-Prtncesse Slip,
34 to 44 bust.
WITH FOUR CORED PETTICOAT WITH
CIRCULAK OR PLAITED FLOUNCE. WITH
HIGH OR NATURAL WAIST LINE.
The surplice corset cover is always
pretty beneath the surplice waist and
surplice waists are in the height of
style. This one is joined to a four gored
petticoat to make the prettiest possible
semi-princes* Jip. This slip will be found
equally appropriate for silk and for cot
ton, especially as it allows a choice of a
plain circular nnd a plaited flounce. When
the natural waist line is used, a belt of
beading joins th. corset < iver -nd the
petticoat. For the high waist line, the
; joining is made with simple stitching.
For the medium the slip will re
quire 4 yds. of material 36, yds.
44 in. wide, with 1y 2 yds. 36, yds. 44
(or the circular flounce, yVj yds. of band
ing, 7 yds. of edging; 2*4 yds. 36, 2 yds.
j 44 in. wide for the plaited flounce.
The pattern 3236 is cut in sizes from 34
•to 44 inches bust measure. It will be
: mailed to any address by the Fashion
i Department of this paper, on receipt oi
j tan cents.
Bowman's sell May Manton Patterns
When you buy
" The Ham What Am"
and Bacon too" f
delioate flavor, due to
mild sugar curing and 1 T
careful smoking over
smouldering hickory $■ /§ V
Jogs, "STAR'S" are the IVf
choice few selected
You can find'ST AR Ham and Bacon at the following dealers!
A. BATURIN, 1005 X. 3rd St. KREIDLER & BKO., 100 N. 2nd St. C. F. MOTTEIt, Chestnut St. Market. '
G. M. BLAIR 310 Hamilton St. W. L. LAXTZ, 1918 N. Otii St. C. F. MOOTER StaU' St. Market.
H. A. BRIXTON, 1-136 Swatara St. J. S. LUTZ & SOX, 1852 Derry St. GEO. C. WEIiCH, Kdker St. Market.
CORXMAX & COLESTOCK, 1524 A Berry St. R L. McXALLY, 2001 X. 6th St. XEW CUMBERLAND PA.
G. A. DIEHE, 11 N. 13th St. UG. MARITX, 1726 4th St. BUTTORFF & STRALEY.
'. E. DEPPEN, 2259 X. 6th St. E - lj - MARZOJJF, 515 N. 2nd St. u „ u
IT C NEVORE 172* TV IRH <!T J - D - MILLER, 70 N. 13th SU 8 - B - KACFFMAX.
' 3rd St - c. F. MOTTER, 211 Chestnut St. S. F. PROWELL.
J? .IJ.J.J DERFER, 1647 X. 6th St. POLLECK'S CITY STORE, 11 X. 4th St. J W WRIGHT.
C' W st n OI i L «VVi? ST ™ lE ' 13th and Derr > Sts - YIXGER & LEFEVER
i H PH4VT7 <-<?« vT'i i St " F - J - KEIF, 565 Woodbine. P. C . COBLE, Wormleysburg, Pa.
■J- V - .'°. l Jf* 3r<l St - D. RHOADS, 2nd and Calder Stx. A. J. WRIGHT, Wormlevsburir, Pa.
T. J. GENTSLIDER, Green juid Verl>eke Sts. HOMBERGER BROS., 1201 Mulberry St. H B. WTTMAX Lemovnc Pa
M Stf Cent r ? ,eStnut «• OSCAR ®X=RLen,oyne, Pa.
TniJivH.?'. ; 8 )Jr JPC. .T. SMITH, 322 Verbcke St. L, I). CRAWFORD. West Falrview Pa.
mi rnns HV•! i c, m ' St " J " K ' SXEERIXGER, 224 Hamilton St. H. M. GLESSXER, West Falrvlew,*Pu.
CH\S X Kli'RK 43 X 1 Sfh St V - « SU J ' H LAXTZ, W<-st Falrvlew, Pa.
WM IKTMW iini v &r l^R T SSR™ R, „?12 V < ' rfK : ke st - H. W. XEIDIG, West Falrvlew, Pa.
» 1101 N. «iid St. w. H. UHLER. 2117 X, Otli St. .T u HAnKiwciov i ( \w,i„ p..
i^'i ] ?'ifn«?™ , jno ) lf th st - , GEO. C. WELCH, Broad St. Market. H. L. HOFFMAN, Enola, Pa.
I. W. KRAMER, 400 Cumberland St. GEO. C. WELCH, Hill Market. j T. K. WOXDERLY, Enola, Pa.
Madame Ise'bell !
Say» There le Mfach Coonetry in
Gray Hair When It le Well
Arranged and Cared For
The woman whose hair turns a pur*
■livery white Is to be congratulated, tor '
there la no prettier, more becoming hair
tn the world. It softens the face, height
ens the color and lends an air of distinc
tion to Its possessor. As I have explained
tn a previous lesson this change to pure
white Is due not alone to the disappear
ance of the coloring matter at the hair j
roots, but to a complete chemical change '
Why some hair turns pu fe white while '
a second turns gray, or has a drab or
yellowish tinge. Is one of the mysterie*
of nature. Experience shows, however,
that dark hair is more apt to turn a Aica
white than Is blond hair and also that
pure white hair Is generally strong
and healthy and very often the result of
White Hair Demands Care.
Gray hair demands care and thought ;
While nothing la lovelier than well groom
ed, carefully arranged white hair, un- [
kempt, oily, neglected or too severely ,
plain gray locks are the reverse of at
tractive. Gray hair should be kept
acrupuoualy clean, but with this state- !
Bient should be sounded the warning not* i
that improper shampooing or too liberal
use of soap tends to turn the hair yellow, i
H a soap shampoo mixture Is used care '
should be taken that It Is most thor- .
oughly rinsed from the hair. A bath spray
Is absolutely necessary, and a few drops 1
of blueing should be added to the last ,
To keep the hair and scalp clean with- :
out frequent washing, the scalp should '
be wiped every day with a soft cloth, ,
slightly moistened with alcohol and water,
one-third alcohol to two-thirds water. To '
do this divide the hair into strands and !
wipe the an alp between the strands until ,
the whole head has been covered. Be sure 1
that comb and brush are perfectly clean.
Keep the hair Itself clean by means of a I
dry shampoo once a month, or as often I
as every ten days. If the hair Is exposed j
to much dirt or soot. Fine Indian meal [
with a little powdered orris root added
makes a good dry shampoo. Sprinkle l<
well through the hair, tie a white cloth
about the head for fifteen minutes and
then with a clean brush remove all the
meal from the hair. This has the ad
vantage not only of cleaning the hair but
mt making It light and fluffy.
The greatest of faults I should
say Is to be conscious of none. j
Sunday a Suicide Cure
Says Provost Smith
Special to The Telegraph
Philadelphia, April 7.—The hope
jthat a religious revival would tend to
prevent suicides by students is said
by Provost Edgar F. Smith to have
been among his reasons for inviting
Billy Sunday to hold meetings at the
University of Pennsylvania.
Since the number of suicides In the j
university began to be a subject of
public comment Provost Smith has
felt that a religious awakening would
jbe the best deterrent. He believed
that Sunday was sincere and that his
method of mixing religion with ath
letics in the language of his discourses
might excite the students' attention. |
The results of Sunday's shirtsleeve j
evangelism exceed what Provost Smith
had hoped for. Much fervor has been
shown by the students at meetings and
Bible classes are being organized In all
departments of the institution. The
fraternities, among them Provost
Smith's own fraternity, are inaugurat- j
ing classes for the study of the Scrlp
! ture. For all this Provost Smith gives J
a good share of credit to Billy Sunday.
Newspaper Will Throw
Out All Liquor "Ads"
Special to The Telegraph '
I Chicago, April 7.—After carrying
out existing contracts, the Chicago
Record-Herald will print no more
liquor "ads." In making the an
nouncement, the newspaper says:
The. manufacture and sale of
liquor is sanctioned by law and
the advertising legitimate adver
tising. The Record-Herald does
not deny the view that pure alco
holic liquors have their wise and
proper use in individual instances,
but contends that'the responsibil
ity for the advocacy of such use
should rest with the family phy
sician rather than the family
newspaper, and declines hence
forth to share this responsibility.
The announcement, on the eve of
an election involving local option ques
tions, is regarded as significant.
SIOO Reward, SIOO
The readers of thin paper will be pleased to
learn that there 1H at least one dreaded disuse
that science has been able to cure In all Its
Stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is the only positive cure now known tu the med
ical fraternltv. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting:
directly ui>on the blood and mucous surfaces of ;
the system, thereby destroying the foundation j
of the disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and assisting na- I
ture in doing Its work. The proprietors havo
so much faith In Its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it
falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. ;
/ l/V Pemand It! AH Dealer*l
j *-0 Co-Efficient Strenjrtb
Aja Positively kills all Potsoa
/A anri Uieeaae Oertna. Des
troy a any Odor. Leaves na
Odor. Heala wounds, cuts,
w etc. 100, a So, BOe and 91.Q*
" ' la Klae Packages.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN
i the Post Office, at Harrisburg, Pa., for !
the week ending: April 4, 1914: j
I ladies' List Miss Jane Allen, Mrs.
Jinnie Angle, Miss D. Marjorie Bailey,
Mrs. Levi Bosehare, Miss Edith Barger,
Miss Helen Elber, Mrs. Anna L. Engle,
Ruth Harvey, Mrs. V. Haymond, Mrs.
Cora Hench. Miss Alice Hildebrant,
Mrs. Sldma lckes, Miss Susan Jackson,
Mrs. Jean Landers, Mrs. G. W. Logan,
Mrs. J. E. Loyo, Mrs. Margaret Masson,
Miss Marie Meyers, Miss Mabel Miller,
i Miss Ethel Minor, Miss Elizabeth
; Moyer, Mrs. Ellen Parsons Ohlingen,
i Miss Mary Patton, Miss DeEtta M.
Reese, Mrs. Gertie Relchard, Mrs. F. W.
Schaflfer, Miss Bessie £>hea, Miss Sadie
Shultz, Miss K. Slenkiewiez, Miss
Bertha Sprenger, Miss Marv Stein, Mrs.
M. Stuhlmlller, Fannie Thompson, Mrs.
George Thompson, Mrs. L. Thompson,
Miss Bulah ThUrelck, Mrs. VV. \V. War
ren, Mrs. Harry Wert.
Gentlemen's List H. B. Baer, J. S. :
Bartley, Dr. Benloek, C. W. Black, Lu
. ther Black, David Brown, W. K. Brown,
Oscar J. Crawford, G. E. Crosby, Jacob I
. Davies, Mr. Davis, C. W. Dimmick, F.
Farnsworth, John Forry, August
Gabriel, E. G. Green, Adam Hanson, J.
: C. Hilbish, L. B. Howe, T. B. Howe, P. ,
Huntzinger, Peter A. Huntzinger,
George Jenkens. R. M. Johnston, L. M. ,
Keck, John Keller, J. Kelly, R. J. Lan- '
dis, C. T. Marts, Mr. McHug'i, Ben
Murphy, Jimmie Packard, W. M. Rau- ;
! dick, Jacob N. Rosenbaum, Harry Rus
sell, L. Schmeigman, John C. Southe. C. :
W. Tuit, Harry E. Walters.
1 Firms Bates Typewriter Co..
I Strecher Bros.
Foreign Clifford Alexander, Peter
Gorguly, Jacob Grill, Miss Grace Hil
ler, Martin Urnak, George Schmitt (2)
Gligor Seghedi. .
Persons should invariably have the4r
mail matter addressed to their street
and number, thereby insuring prompt
i delivery by the carriers. I
FRANK C. SITES,
Sore Throat Don'ts.
■When the children have sore throat,
don't blister their necks with lamp oil.
Don't torture them with a foul smelling j
Siecc of fat meat, wrapped about the neck. [
•on't imagine there ia medical virtue in I
an old sock or piece of red flannel. Don't j
believe in antiquated superstitions.
A sore throat ia a serious matter and ia
■lot to bo healed by such make-believe rem
edies. Vlie use of such methods is
rtmply putting the patient to need- -JTtf j
ess torture. Use a little sore throat M i
■visdom and pive them TONSILINE fii i
tnd the throat will heal quickly. (J ,
26 cents and 50 cents. Hospital L'fl '<
size il.oo A"
The National Scientific Method
| Is entirely different and is the only
j correct way to fit glasses.
! No Charts on the Wall
i No questions asked.
! We do not try on a number of
glasses, asking you Can you seo
this and that. etc.
We look Into your eyes and tell
you your troubles.
Glasses Made as Low as SI.OO.
National Optica! Co.
84 North Third Street
Near Poet Office
Physician and Oculist In attendance.
RUDOLPH K. SPICER
Funeral Director and Embalmer
■l3 Walant St. Sell Phoae
Disappears Like Magic
j New Wonder Hnkcn It llnneeennnry to
I'w DiingeroiiN, IllNflgurlng; Elec
tric \i-cdle or UurnlnK I'anteii,
Pondera or Ijliiuodn
Every woman In this vicinity who
suffers the deep humiliation and em
barrassment of supertluous hair and
who has used any or all of the worth
less advertised depilatories in a frantic
search for lasting relief, will rejoice to
learn that an entirely new method
been found which quickly and painless
ly eradicates all signs of ugly repulsive
hair growths and produces positive,
complete and certain results In every
instance. This remarkable master
stroke of modern chemistry can now be
obtained by sufferers through the en
terprise of a well-known woman who
succeeded in permanently removing
, every trace of her own hairy growths
: after all else had failed. In her honoi
It is called Mrs. Osgood's Wonder. It
is the only effective eradicator .that
j never f.M to ren ' ah igns ol super
tluous hair smoothly and painlessly
and without injury to the. skin or com
plexion. In a surprisingly large num
ber of cases it has succeeded in killing
the hair roots, source of all growth, so
that it has never returned.
I Kennedy's Medicine Store has been
fortunate in securing a supply of M.'e.
; Osgood's Wonder which you can se
; cure on the guarantee of money-back if
; It fails: or any other up-to-date Drun
j or Department Store can supply you oi
get it for you. Ask for It by name.
■ Mrs. Osgood's Wonder. A signed guar
antes comes with every package, but
do not forget that while there is no
danger of applying this amazing dis
, covery to even the most sensitive skin.
• it should not be used except where total
destruction of the hair wherever ap
plied is desired.—Advertisement.
Reading Hams and
Bacon For Easter
' Your Easter will be complete
| when you have ordered our cele
brated sugar cured and home
smoked liams and bacon. Nothing
but select stock killed.
j For Sale at All Leading
' Grocers and Meat Markets
! Ask for It. Made by the
Reading Abattoir Co.
7 . s
The Reliable House For
YOHN BROS. M.^Ja.re
» 111 I
PATENT YOUR IDEAS
•nd make I •««»»»w mi«»«"
U«-IP 2J * HOW TO GET THEM"
money | wai ammi>
Sf JOSHUA R. H. POTTS
B» CHESTNUT ST. PHILADELPHIA
«CS C St. WtiUutea. D.C
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