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BIG SPECIAL FEATURE TO-NIGHT
Manufacturers' Pure Food Exhibit
CHESTNUT STREET AUDITORIUM
Promptly At 9.30 This Evening
10 Large Baskets of Food Products Worth $6.50 Each,
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY FREE
The contents of llie baskets are standard size packages of the food products being shown in
the Pure Food Exhibit and are contributed by exhibitors as follows:
Granrr Pure Food (0.1 Ralph (.oldsmlth Co.! Bernard Schmidt!
. 1 package of .fell-O. 1 lb. Domino Rice. 1 loaf of Bread.
Niagara Chocolate Company! J. W. Sirlno: Corn Product. Refining <'«•!
Box Falls Forkdipt Chocolates. 1 package Potato Chips. 1 bottle MazolH.
Bre I» ford I'k*. <k Sturuur Co.! Minute Tapioca < 0.1 } __ 0.-.-u
2 pounds Datiphln Sausage. 1 package Minute Tapioca. ' package Argo Corn Starch
Wltman-SohMHr* Co.: * package of Minute Gelatine. Thorley Baking Co.!
1 can California "Sunkist" Peaches Postiim Orral Company! 1 Angel hood Cake.
„ . 1 package Grape Nuts. Continental Condensed Milk CO.l
™ l^ B Sugar 1 package Post Toastios. j 2 cans Pilgrim Milk.
Heoker Cereal Co « Fould'n Milling; Co.* ! Sentown Cat Wheat Co.i
1 mrkie? Cream Rice 1 package Macaroni. 1 pack Hoi Wheat Cereal.
1 package ofHeck *r's Buckwheat. i 1 package Spaghetti. 1 pack Hoi Wheat Pancake Flour.
n „ r _ . Puritan Food Product* Co.! Pa. Milk Products Co.i
1 can Baked Beans. I k P<- bottle Red Wing Grape 1 pint of Milk.
1 bottle Catsup. Juice. F.vfcn.-Burtnett Co.i
J. W. Beard.ley. Son. Co.i Dl.moad Crystal Salt Co.. 2 cans Revere Teas.
1 jar Star Herring. ! carto S^ a T '^ 1 e 1 a ,* . . Runnell-Miller Milling Co.i
1 jar Acme Mustard. • Pocket Diamond Crystal Salt. 1 sack of Occident Flour,
1 jar Codfish. Royal llnkinc Powder Co.! w Hi Bealori
1 jar Vcgex. H lb. can Royal Baking Powder. i paP k a ge Satina Tablets.
C. F. Bon.or A Co.: Thompson Milling; Co.! 1 package La France Laundry
1 M>. Samnre Steel Cut Coffee. I 1 can Soup Flour. Tablets.
SAMPLES FOR EVERYBODY
Show Closes To-Morrow Night. Be Sure to See It To-day or To-morrow
Afternoons 2to 5, ADMISSION 10c Evenings 7to 10.
Woman, Aged 85, Killed by Gas
WdUkes-IBarre. Pa., Oct. 16.—Mrs.
Elizabeth Brenrian, aged 85 years, of
Ashley, was found dead in bed from
asphyxiation yesterday. S?he lived alone
and neighbors broke into the house aft
er failing to arouse her. They found
Mrs. Brennan dead in bed and a gas
jet was partly opened. She went to
eleep with the gas burning.
Two Barns Mysteriously Burned
<k>altesville, I'a., Oct. 18.—Entailing
a loss of over $3,000 a large barn and'
Don't Be a Victim of Substitution
Don't Allow Anyone to Tell You the Stove
They Have js Jast As Good as Our Stoves
There Are Hone as Good and Few Near as Good as the Famous
BRIDE RANGES AND HEATERS
true comfort |||
your experience in the
from this big store
High Rent, High Price
Ranges, .... $lB to $45 - r „.n rP " Single Heaters, $7.50 to $25
Steel Ranges, . S3B to $55 r n n PI nr Double Heaters, $lB to $45
Egg Stoves,.. $1.98 to $5 J2L™L Oil Heaters, $2.75 to $7.50
SPECIALS IN FURNITURE, CARPETS & CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Advertised Goods Are Only a Few of the Hundreds of Special Values Found in This Store
« OATELY & FITZGERALD SUPPLY CO «
rlKNlorltKo 29-31-33-35 SOUTH SECOND STREET CLOTHIERS
OUR LOCATION MEANS A GREAT SAVINO TO YOU
] contents, including all the season's'
I crops, belonging to Benjamin Irwin, |
j Cochranville, burned Wednesday night, j
i Two weeks ago a barn and contents, j
! tihp property of Richard Reynolds, not |
! far from the Irwin plate, was consum- i
! ed. The firing of the two 'barns is a j
mystery and farmers are investigat- j
Rabid Dog Bites Three Pupils
Trevorton, Pa., Oct. 16.—Wthlle I
Charles Gagley, John Kuntz and Fred- |
| erick Waltz were going to school here j
HARRJSBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 16, 1914.
yesterday they were attacked by a rabid
dog t'hati had bidden a number of
canines. As <fche youths fled each was
•badly bitten. 'Men rushed to the 9cene
and shot the dog.
Boy Dies of Lockjaw
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Oct. 16.—Owen
Williams, aged 9 years, son of Joihn
Williams, of this city, died 'here yes
terday of lockjaw. Several days ago he
stepped on a rusty nail while a.t play.
He later walked in a creek of sulphur
water and blood poisoning developed.
TWO REPUBLICAN MEETINGS
Dauphin County League Now Has
Membership Close to 400—West
End Bally Last Night
Two Republican meeting of more
than usual importance were held last
night, but neither were in the nature of
mass meetings, although there was
great enthusiasm at both.
The Dauphiu County Republican
League held its regular meeting at Re
publican headquarters, with the County
and City Committees, the attendance
being so large that the three rooms at
headquarters were crowded. City
Chairman Oves presided, and during
the evening announcement was uiadfc of
large accessions to the membership, the
league now having close to 400 mem
bers, the majority of them Republican
workers. Chairman Oves reported that
arrangements are being made for work,
for the entire ticket from now until the
close of the campaign, and several
wards were reported from through their
representatives. A feature of the even
ing were the addresses by Dr. M. S.
Gimper, Lloyd Johnston, .lames Baker,
of the First ward, and Herman P. Mil
The West End Republican Club held
what was called a rally meeting which
was attended by over 200 of the mem
bers, all of them Republican workers
in the West End. The principal speak
er of the evening was Senator E. E.
Beidleman, who gave some facts re
garding the Democratic candidates
hitherto unpublished, and extolled Sen
ator Penrose and Dt. Brumbaugh. Sena
tor Beidleman also called attention to
the importance of active, earnest work
for Swart 7. and Wildman, the legislative
candidates, and urged that a big vote
be polled for Congressman lireider.
Other speakers of tho evening 'were
Congressman Kreider, J. W. Swarta and
Augustus Wildman. President Douglass
The Central Palmer-McCormiek
League at its meeting last night took
up a number of campaign matters, and
committees will' be created to look aft
er special work.
The Central Democratic Club will
take about 200 men fully uniformed on
the trip to Reading to attend the big
mass meeting next Friday. The Club will
be accompanied by the Commonwealth
band and will leave here on a special
train in the afternoon, returning at
Flag Raising Ceremony
The public sdhool of Riverside will
be presented to-morrow afternoon at
2.30 o'clcvk with a large American
flag by the residents of that place. A
special flag-raising ceremony will be
held at Which time several prominent
speakers will talk.
Extraordinary Sale of Women's and D I F
Misses' S2O to $25 New Fall Suits 3
Smartest styles in all the most desired fabrics such as Poplins, Broadcloths,
Gabardines, Serges, Cheviots and Treco Cloth in all the wanted colors and black.
All suits are lined with guaranteed satin or peau do cvgne. Full size range 14 to 44,
but not in each kind because some are sample suits.
Just Arrived —Another Lot Three New Skirt Models at
of those Smart Man- AA In beautiful quality A A
nish Balmacaan Coats JKJJ MIC Bedford cord and fine JJq
in plain colors aud " Serges in regular and
Scotch mixtures. extra sizes.
Positive $7.98 values. Absolute $5.00 values.
Sale of New Fall Dresses
There are about 40 dresses in all wool crepe and serge, all A A
this season'B best styles in Women's and Misses'sizes. The col- vF IIW
ors are Navy, Brown, Green and Black. None sent on approval aß||.gf||
or C. O. D.' For Saturday only, choice,
Suits for Women, Misses and Girls, Values (7 QQ
Up to $27.50, Saturday Special, . . . . 3* ■ -SJO
These suits are from our last season's stock and doubtless the very low price will cause them
to leave our racks in short order. All are in perfect condition and many follow the new fall
suits in lines and length of coat. The materials are serges, cheviots, diagonals and other weaves
in black and colors. All sizes in the lot hut not in each model. None on approval or C. O. D.,
c. v. NE vys
MANY OWN THEIR HOMES
Few Waynesboro Properties Are In-1
cumbered by Mortgage
Waynesboro, Oct. 16. —The United)
States census department at Washing j
ton has just issued a bulletin dealing'
with the ownership of Franklin county
homes. The important facts contained
in the bulletin relative to this county
are as follows:
There are 13,699 homes in Franklin
county. Of this number 4,196 are farm
homes of which 1,81)1 are owned by
their occupants and are free of mort
gaged incumbrance. The mortgaged
farm homes number 872. Renters occu
py 1482 farm homes in this county.
Out of a total of 13,699 homes in
the county 9,503 are urban homes.
There are 4,612 urban home owners in
the county. Of this number 1,422 are
mortgaged and 3,120 are free of in
Death From Pneumonia
Carlisle, Oct. 16. —Just one week
after he contracted pneumonia, Harvey
A. N'augle. of Mount Holly Springs, yes
terday died at the home of his parents
in that place. He was 23 years old.
He is survived by his parents, Mr.
an 1 Mrs. Wesley Naugle, and the fol
lowing brothers and sisters. Mrs. Frank
McCommons, Steelton; Mrs. Daniel
Wolf, Mt. Holly: Mrs. Boy Grissinger,
Middletown, aud Kuth, George, Mervin,
Brainard, of Holly, aud Huber, of Steel
The funeral will be held Sunday at
2 o'clock from that house. Burial at
Mt. Holly. Friends and relatives at- j
tend without further notice.
Reunion at Gettysburg
Gettysburg, Oct. 16. —With 100 of i
its members present, the twelfth an
nual reunion of the Southern Pennsyl
vania Association of the G. A. R. met
here. These officers were named: .Tohn
H. Harburgh, Waynesboro, president;
W. Mondy, Carlisle, senior vice
president; C. G. Miller, Gettysburg,
junior vice president; Milton B. Ein
bick, Carlisle; adjutant; F. K. Ploycr,
Mechanicsburg. quartermaster; the Rev.
S. S. Wiley, Shippensburg, chaplain;
Major John Kirk, New Cumberland,
marshal. Waynesboro was selected
the place of reunion next year.
Road Funds Very Low
Carlisle. Oct. 16. — With a decreased
appropriation from the State under the
Jones road act, a total of only 14 per
cent, of the amount which should be
forthcoming, and the roads of the
county, aecprding to reports from vari
ous official sources in terrible condition,
which trouble will be greatly increased
by the rain of yesterday, Cumberland
county faces a big problem which may
be solved only by some concerted action
on part of the authorities.
In regard to the roads under the
township supervisors the greatest dis
satisfaction is manifested and there
are in the hands of the District At
torney reports that tell of the worst
possible conditions of the roads, which
submitted some weeks ago, presage
worse trouble with the advent of the
To Continue Big Fair #
Hagersfcown, Oct. 16. —The Hagers
town fair will be continued over Sat
urday and will be concluded with a
fireworks display Saturday evening.
This aetion was determined upon, yes
terday, by the fair association because
of the rain which has spoiled two days
of the week. There will be some of
the postponed races on Saturday.
WANTS PORTO RICAN PARDONED
Major Shindel Will Appear Before
Board in Behalf of Figueroa
Major J. iM. Sbindet, a (Lebanon at
torney, cailed yesterday oil tthe Secre
tary of the ■Commonwealth for tthe 'pur
pose of going over t'he papers in the
matter of the application for a pardon
in behalf of Viicicente iFigueroa, a Porto
Rican native, Who was convicted in tihe
September term of tihe Lebanon county
courts of assault with intent to kill his
The Board of Pardons will hear the
case on October 21 in tihe Supremo
Court Tooms. Mia,|or Shindel will appear
in behalf of Figueroa. Associated with
Major iShindel will be Walter C. Oraeff,
1 City Solicitor of Lebanon. t •
SOCIAL and PER
JAMES V. MURRAY HONORED
Given Banquet at Hotel Plaza by Fel
James V. Murray, Assistant Deputy
Auditor General, was given a farewell
banquet at the Hotel Plaza by fifty
employes of the Auditor General's De
partment last night. Mr. Murray, who
is an expert on corporation tax laws,
has resigned to resume his law prac
A handsome hunting outfit was pre
sented to Mr. Murray at the end of the
diuner. Addresses were made by a
number of the guests and to these .Mr.
Miss Carrie E. Spidell and Bernard
J. Miller, both of Meehanicsburg, were
married yesterday morning at the par
sonage of the First Baptist church, Ha
gerstown, by the pastor, the Rev. E. K.
'Miss Carrie Ka3sem anil .T. Shoop.'
both of this city, were married yester- j
day morning at the parsonage of the
First Baptist church, Hagerstown, by i
the ipastor, the Rev. E. K. Thomas.
SO MANY PEOPLE
HAVE PATRONIZED OUR BIG
SALE OF DIAMONDS
That the Special Lot we are of
fering at Extraordinary Low Prices
will soon be closed out if the selling
continues as lively as it has been for
the past few days.
The following comprises a list of thoso remaining to bo sold:
At SIOO a Carat
One at .. 9150.00 t One at. ... $46.00
One at $140.00 Two at, each,. ... $40.00
One at SBI.OO Three at, each,. .839.00
n np nt $75 OO ' ne a * $38.00
T '• •' Three at, each,. .$37.00
lwo at > each $73.00 Qne at $36.00
Pwo at, each,... .$71.00 Two at, each,. .. .$35.00
Three at, each.. $70.00 I Three at, each,. .$33.00
One at $60.00 One at $32.00
One at $66.00 Two at, each $28.00
Three at, each,. .$65.00 ; Three at, each,. .$27.0©
One at ... $61.00 Two at, each,.... $26.00
Two at, each,... .$60.00 Two at, each,... .$25.00
One at $58.00 One at $24.00
Two at, each,... .$50.00 Two at, each,... .$22.00
One at .. $48.00 I! Two at, each,.... $21.00
These Diamonds make the same show in a ring, stud,
brooch or other piece of jewelry as others that sell for
much higher prices. They are large, white, very bril
liant, beautifully cut and cannot be distinguished from
• grades selling for two or three times as much per
carat, except by experts.
You will not have an opportunity to get such extra
ordinary values in diamonds for a long while—perhaps
It will pay you to buy now as an investment. We
guarantee the value by offering to take back any of
these diamonds any time in the future at the above
pries in exchange for other merchandise.
SPECIAL—You can make a selection now and
we will hold It, if you desire us to do so, until Xmas.
H. C. CLASTER,
GEMS—JEWELS AND SILVERWARE
302 MARKET ST.
MISS RESHORE HOSTESS
Entertained Members of 0. 0. Club al
Her Home Last Evening
Miss Helen Beshore entertained the
•members of the C'. C. Club at her
home, 352 Harris street' last evening,
Music, and games were features of tha
evening 's entertainment and dainty re.
freshments were served.
The guests included Miss Sarab
(Moreland, Miss Emma Moreland, Miss
■Mary Townsen, Miss Clara Neeley,
(Miss Ruth Weiland, Miss Margaret
Weiland, Miss Mary Kilgore, Miss Hel
en Beshore, Miss Clara Moran, Miss
Delma Beshore, Alvin Campbell, How
ard Hitz, Robert Martin, Robert Hons
eal, John Edwards, Fred Goodyear.
George Moran, William Mote, Mr. and
Mrs. Betfhore and Mrs. Kilgore.
Lititz, Oct. 16.—Miss Kli/.ahpth H.
Kendig, formerly contralto soloist in
the Moravian church, Lancaster, was
married yesterday to Nathan P. Wolle,
a leading busines man of this plai'e,
The Rev. H. A. Gerdson, D. D., offi
ciated. Thfcy left on a wedding tour.