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HAIR STOPS FALLING. DANDRUFF
DISAPPEARS —25 CENT DANDtH
Save Your Hair! Make ,
It Soft, Fluffy, Lus
trous and Beautiful
Try as you will, after an application
of Danderine, you cannot find a single :
trace of dandruff or falling hair and ;
your scalp will not itch, but what will
please you most, will he after a few
weeks' use. when you see new hair, fine
and downy at first —yes —but really I
new hair—growing all over the scalp. i
FOR OUR HOME CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
VANCE C. McGOBMICK
Thursday Evening, Oct. 29, at 8 O'clock
Chestnut Street Auditorium
SPEAKERS: DEAN WM. DRAPER LEWIS. HON. C. E. SWIFT,
REV. R. M. LITTLE, OF PHILA.; HON. ARTHUR R. RUPLEY,
CONGRESSMAN AT-LARGE; HON. JAMES A. STRANAHAN
AND OTHER PROMINENT SPEAKERS.
Let Everyone Join, Without Regard
to Party Affiliation, and Help
' Clean Up Pennsylvania"
TELLS OF CHILD MURDER
Infant Buried Alive, Woman Tells Lu
zerne County Detective
Scranton, Pa., Oct. 28.—'Pound yes
terday at her home in tilendale. near
this c-ity. Mrs. Grace Devaul, who before
her marriage was an intimate friend of
Mis? Lilliau Hennemutb, whose death
in C'arbondale by suicide last Sunday
created a stir, told < ounty Detective
Matthews that some time agujMiss, Hen
nemuth had confessed to her that a
« J hild born to her was cremated alive in
a house in Wilkes-Barre.
It was constant brooding that caused
the young woman to take her own life.
She left a note in which she spoke of
MILLER LEAVES $1,079,000
Late Burlington President Had $393,-
000 "Desperate" Stocks
Chicago, Oct. 2S.—Of the 11,079,-
000 estate left by the late Darius Mil
ler, president of the Chicago, Burling
ton and Quinev Railroad, $393,000 is
in stock listed as "desperate" and
$507,000 in securities called "good."
An inventory of the estate was filjyl
iu the Probate Coui4 here yesterday.
Five in Family Are 111
Milton. Pa., Oct. ■ 28.—Borough
health officials were startled yesterday
" hen they found five cases "of diph
theria in the home of James Walls here,
his wife and four voung children belns
Lewisburg Woman Drowns
bewis<burg. Pa., Oct. 28.—The body
of vMiss I.ydia Everett was found in the
Susquehanna near here iby Albert Ma
'bus. a duik hunter. She had been miss
uig twenty-four hours.
"When the Frost Is
. On the Pumpkins
and the Corn Is
In the Shock"
Then it's time to lift your tender
plants from the beds and pot
them up for winter flowering in
doors; and it's time to transplant
those plants which have out
grown the size of pots or tubs
they are in now.
We Have All Sizes of Flower
Pols and Plan) Tubs
Best Quality—Right Prices
USE OUR PLANT FOOD IN
TABLET FORM. It puts new
life in your plants. 10c and 23c
They Produce Finer Flowers.
We have sold many thousands of
them and still have a tremendous
stock for you to select from. Get
your order in now.
Tulips, Hyacinths. Narcissus.
WALTER 8. SCHELL
/ QUALITY SEEDS
1307-1309 Market St.
£ We have Pumpkins for Hal
loween. Get them for the Chil
-1 dren, ."5. W, 8 and 10 cents each. ■
A little tianderine immediately dou
jbles the beauty of your hair. No dif
ference how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, just moisteu a cloth with Dan
derine and carefully draw it through
your hair, taking one small strand at a
time. The effect is immediate and
amazing—your hair will be light, fluffy
and wavy, and have an appearance of
abundance; an incomparable lustre,
I softness and luxuriance, the beauty and
shimmer of true hair health.
Get a 25-cent battle of Knowltou's
Danderine from any drng store or
toilet counter, and prove that your hair
is as pretty anil soft as any—that it has
been neglected or injured by careless
treatment—that's all. Adv.
PETER HILDERBRAND DIES
lOtt Years Old. Said to Be Oldest Man
| Kane, Pa., Ot. 28.—Peter Hilder
| brand, tiiouyfit to be the oldest man in
j toe State, uied at his home Monday
| nig at at iue extreme age of 106 years,
j All. ilildertjraud has oeeu blind since
j 1»12 and up until last July he had en-
J joyed good heaifcn.
| .\U. Hilderjbjimd was bom in Hunt
i ingdon county, Pennsylvania, on July
| 24, 1808. He 4iad been a resident of
tius city for twenty-live years, coming
i to Kane from Ridgway in 1889.
He is survived by three grandchil
dren, Mrs. E. H. Bowder, of Ridgway,
and Urate and Morris Hilderbraud, of
; this city.
It Was Lincoln's Knife
Lincoln was always ready to join in
( a iaugh at his own expense and used
to tell the following story with intense
enjoyment: "In the days when I used
to be on the circuit I was accosted in
; the cars 'by a stranger, who said, ' Ex
euse me, sir, but 1 have an artile in
■n\ possession which belongs to you.'
How is t'hatf I asked, considerably
astonished. The stranger took a jack
k.niio from his pocket. 'This knife,'
said he, ' was placed in my hands some
| years ago with the injunction that I
j was to keep it until 1 found a man
uglier than myself. I have carried it
j from that time to this. Allow me to
I say, sir, that I think you are fairly en-
I titled to the property.' " —"Everyday
| -Life of Abraham Lincoln."
i Greatest Song Writers
The immortal quartet of song writ
; ers are Goethe, Heine, Burns and
Beranger. Of the four Burns is by far
the most popular. Goethe was at heart
an Olympian" and in all things a
critic, Heine was in his deepest soul a
pessimiit and cynic; Beranger, while
i '"f'" more banian, was a little bit too
I cntucal, while Burns, democratic to
j the core and of immense sympathy,
j threw himself into the common human
i life ot the world with a-whole heart,
and wrote tie songs that will live aud
I Lie loved while humanity endures. "New
I ork American.
Weight of a Gallon of Milk
"What is the standard weight for
| sweet milk?"
J A quart of milk weighs 2.153 pounds
| and a gallon S.GI2 j>ounds, or a quart
; --lo pounds and a gallon 8.6 pounds.
| It is understood, that the temperature
ot The milk ami the relative pro|>or
i tions of the butter fat. and solids not
i iHitter fat cause the weight of milk to
i vary, but the weights started above are
i those generally used.—Progress!ve
| r ariner.
"1 m paying all my debts. I believe
j the eud of the world will come next
"I don't understand your logic. If I
i thought the end of the world was com
ing next, month I'd order a lot of stuff
j on credit now. " —Pittsburgh Post.
j leacher—What do you understand
| by the words "self denial!" Pupil—lt
; is when some one comes to borrow
, money from father and he says he is
J not at home.— Fliegende Blatter.
, _ The Answer
1 'They say the Joneses are a very
j happy couple.''
"But Jones is a traveling man and
i is very seldom at home."
" Exactly."—Cleveland I-ieader.
The Census Taker—How manv are
there in that bunch of Portuguese! The
Ijandlandy. Six. A Portugoose, a Por
i tugander anil four little Portugoslings.
HARRISBURG STAR-IN DEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVEN f NO, (XTOBER 28. 1914.
j——j r . -
THE DAXLY FASHION HINT.
Deep tueks are introduced in some of
iie new afternoon gowns, as in (his
own • ' dark blue tuekPd chiffon posed
>er blue satin. The belt is of red.
neii and sn.ld; the burtons are also
- id. Transparent blue ehiffon sleeves
auotber modish feature of this
AOED LANCASTER MAN DEAD
Married Daughter of Soldier Who Fol
lowed First Napoleon
Lancaster, Ott. 28. —Micihael Haber
bush, years aid, for nearly a(l years
one of Lancaster's leading business j
men and a large owner of city real es-:
tate, is dead at his home here.
A daughter, Mrs. Catharine A.
Goeeken, widow of Judge Henry F !
Uoecken, of Newark, N. J., died "only
two weeks ago, having collapsed j
through uursiug her father. He mar-j
ried in 1835 a daughter of I laude Los-i
son. a soldier who had followed the'
tirst Napoleon to Moscow. The chil- j
dren surviving are: Mrs. t'hadman, I
wife of l>r. M. L. Oh adman, Lancaster; j
Charles H Habenbush, Philadelphia; j
Mrs. Alice R. Kmlev, Denver, Col., and J
Mrs. Gross, wife of 11. A. Gross, gen-j
eral passenger agent of the Chicago and
JUNK DEALER GOES TO JAIL
Charged With Purloining Articles Be
longing to Other People
Marietta, Oct. -8. —Ja.'ob Trostle, I
who tenants the Hiestand farm, just
north of town, for the past several j
months, has been missing corn, milk,!
teed, etc., from his farm, and a posse j
laid in wait for several weeks.
Monday night they captured Michael |
Kisling, a well-to-do junk dealer and!
property owner of the eastern end of
I the borough, loading a wagon with corn
fodder. He was taken before Justice*
Mable and committed to jail for court,!
refusing to take bail.
Mennonite Mission in Session ,
Marietta, O t. 28.—The seventy-sixth
quarterly meeting of tiie Mennonite
Sunday School Mission of the county
was held yesterday in the Mennonite
church and very largely attended, witlu.
morning and afternoon sessions. There
were present a number of visiting
clergymen from different sections of tlho '
State and the program rendered was
a good one.
Talk on Organized Medicine
At the regular meeting of the D»u-'
phin County Medical Society Novem
ber 3 in the Academy of Medicine a
symposium on problems of organized
medicine will be held. Dr. J. A. Mc-
Alister will talk on ''lt's Aims and
Objects;" Dr. Hiram McGowan on
"Local History of Medical Societies"''
and Dr. Thomas 8. Blair on "Troubles'!
of Organized Medicine." Refreshments'
will be served.
Value of Roentgen Rays
The anniversary meeting of the Har
risburg Academy of Medicine will be |
held Friday, November 27. Dr. Julius
Friedenwafd and Dr. F. H. Baetjer, of :
Baltimore, will deliver a lecture on
"The Value of Roentgen Ray Exami- :
nations in the Diagnosis of Gastroin
testinal Diseases." The leeture will be
illustrated with lantern slides.
Aged Man Injured in Quarries
Quarryville, Oct. 28.—Henry H. |,
Keene, while engaged in quarrying!
stone, was struck with flying stones and I
badly injured. One of the fragments I
struck him in the face, breaking his
nose and probably injuring his eyesight. I
He is about 80 years of age and it is |
feared that he will not re-over. He I
iiad been employed at the quarries manv
Paralysis Fatal to Track Foreman
Rohrerstown, O.'t. 28.—A'braham W.
liudisill, 57 years old. is dead at his
home here from an attack of paralysis.
He was a descendant of the first resi
dents of this place. He was track fore-1
man for the f'onestoga Traction Com-1
panv and helped construct a number of;
branches of the company i n the county. |
He was a member of the Ohurch of God
and affiliated with a number of secret
C. E. Convention at Lebanon
Lebanon, Oct. 28.—Witl* delegates
representing every county east of tlhe
Susquehanna river in Pennsylvania in
attendance, the twenty-first annual con
vention of the Keystone League of
Christian Endeavor of the East Penn
sylvania conference, I'ni'ted Evangelical
Church, opened in St. Paul's U. E
church here yesterday.
RAO COLO? FEEL
AND SLOPPED DP
I First Dose of " Pape's
» Cold Compound" Re
lieves All Grippe
Don't stay stuffed.-up!
Quit blowiug and snuffling! A dose
of "Pape's Cold Compound" taken
every two hours uutil three dosos are
taken will end grippe misery and
break up a severe cold either iu the
head, chest, body or limbs.
Et promptly open a clogged-up nos
trils and air passages: stops nasty dis
charge or nose runniug; relieves sick
headache, dullness, feverishness, sore
throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness.
'Tape's Cold Compound" is the
quickest, surest relief known and
costs only 25 cents at drug stores. It
acts without assistance, tastes nice, and
causes no inconvenience. Don't accept
a substitute. Adv.
TRAIN HITS AUTO AND FOUR
One of the Tourists Is Probably Fa
Altootia, Pa., Oct. 28.—While the
motor bus operated between Altoona
and Duncansville was passing over the
Pennsylvania railroad's Hollidavaburg
branch at Burns Crossing, three miles
south of here yesterday, it was struck
toy a local freight, hurled to the side,
down an embanl#iient, ami these four
passengers were hurt:
Frank A. Flickinger, Altoona, frac
ture of skull, left clavicle, one rib, con
eussian of brain, condition grave: Kd
ward Cassel, Altoona, contusions, lacer
ations; George C. Wilson, chauffeur,
Duncansville, cuts and bruises: Fred L.
Stiffler, Cross Keys, lacerations and
SLEW THE PEACEMAKER
Achille Scipione Sentenced to Not Less
Than Seven Years
Philadelphia, Oct. 28. —Pleading
guilty yesterday to second degree mur
der, Achille Scipione, of 838 Venan
go street, was sentenced by Judge Bald
ridge to not less than seven or more
I than nine years in the Eastern Peni
tentiary for causing the death of Gran
| vilie S. Morgan by cutting the youth's
throat with a stiletto.
Morgan, who lived at 718 Venango
street, was killed while attempting to
act as peacemaker iu a light on Sep
j tember 1.
RELIEF FUND FOR MINISTERS
Plans to Raise $5,000,000 Discussed i
Washington, D. C„ Oct. 28.—Plans
for inaugurating a campaign to raise a!
I ministerial relief fund of $5,000,000 I
were taken up here yesterday at a con-1
vention authorized by the General Con- j
ference of the Methodist church. L'romi
nent ministers and laymen from all sec- i
tions ufHhe country are attending the |
sessions, which will last three days.
Presideut Wilson last night sent a |
letter to the convention referring to its'
work as "a of justice and benev-1
NEW SWISS TUNNEL BORED
Five-Mile Tube Pierced Through Jura
Heme. Oct. 28. —A five-mile tunnel ■
through the Jura Mountains from Mou
tiers, France, to Grenchen. Switzer
land, was piereed vesterd i all-- three
years of uninterrupted work. Tne tun
nel will shorten railway communiea- j
tion between Paris and Berne, and I
Paris and Milan.
The cost of cutting the tunnel j
through the mountains was $5,000,000.
Of this sum the Eastern railroad of t
France contributed $2,000,000.
FIRST AUTO RIDE TO JAIL
Aged Woman, Accused of Selling
Liquor, Enjoys Trip
Millville, N. J., Oct. 28. —''This is
the first auto ride I ever had, but I!
thought I'd get a free one some day,"!
said Mrs. Angelina Burrows, 79 years I
old, as she was being taken to police i
headquarters yesterday by City Mar
shal Biggs and Policeman Breeden, to j
answer a charge of illegal sale of liq -j
uor. The aged woman seemed to en-1
joy the rule greatly and later pleade 1 j
guilty to the charge before Mayor Gieg. i
The fine of S3O was-imposed and read-!
The son of Mrs. Burrows was re
cently released from jail, serving a 90-!
day sentence for selling whiskey, lie!
has also paid a fine for a similar of
$30,000 FRUIT TRAIN WRECKED
Plunged Into Arkansas River in the !
Salida, Col.. Oct. 28.—Ninteen cars i
ot' selected fruit, comprising a special i
train destined for Kastern points, were
wrecked late Monday night by a broken |
rail in the Royal Gorge.
The fruit and cars, which plunged !
into the Arkansas river, were worth I
more than $50,000.
■l| |l I 4 I JK4 f m * A < I m
every cell and fibre of the |
body demands pure blood,
but drugs, extracts and alco
holic mixtures are useless.
Nourishment and sunshine are
nature's blood makers and the rich
medicinal oil-food in Soott't
Emulsion enlivens the blood to /?"
arrest the decline. It aids the
appetite, strengthens the fj
D nerves and fortifies the MrSm
Z\ lungs and entire system.
pgr Free fnm Alcakel «r Opiate. /AFA
RE. Refase SaktitaU* fer
POLITICAL ADVERTISING. | POLITICAL ADVERTISING. | POLITICAL ADVERTISING
t MARTIN G. BRUMBAUGH
| CANDIDATE FOR
; GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA
Stands For Clean, Capable, Con
scientious State Government -
Will Welcome Your Support On
DR. MARTIN G. BRUMBAUGH. * Election Day, Nov. 5, 1914
For the Supreme Court
ceived every vote in his own comity for re election, on the non r
only and is not a vote for Judge.'
In addition you MUS T make a cross mark after the name of the
ggm Judge for whom you desire to vote.
IPHp] Joshua W. Swartz
Jk rst e^ at^ve
MM Eg HARRI6BURB, PA.
Your Vote and Influence Will
Election November 3rd, 1914
Boy Dies, Father Is Injured
Boyertown, Pa., Oct. 28.—Having
only recently recovered from a fra ture
of the right leg, Clarence, young son of
Lyman Khoads, Gilfiertsville. drank tur
pentine bv mistake and died shortly aft
erward. The lather, while going to a
physician's oftk'e, was strue'k bv the
crauk of 'his automobile, whic'h fractur
ed a bone iu his arm.
Band Out of Guard
Watsontown, Pa.. Oct. 28.- The
Twelfth Regiment band. X. (j. I'.. of
Watsontown. was mustered out yester
day. The order name when several com
mands were made into cavalry ronipfl
Death of Aged Newport Citizen
Newport, Pa., Oct. 28. —Cyrus R.
Meredith, 84 years old. died here yes
tel'day. For many years Mr. Meredith
was a boatman on the old Pennsylva
nia canal and for 28 years was a lock
tender on the canal at Thompsont **n.
Christiana Merchant Dies
Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 28.- —George
Martin, 6 9 years old, for many years
a merchant of Christiana. Lancaster
county, died at his home 'here. IHe was
a Civil war veteran and a prisoner for
eight, months in Anderson vi lie prison.
John H. Shissler
Sunburv. IV, Oct. 28. —John H.
Shissler, 60 years old, ouc time B.n
ougli Treasurer and for many years
active in Democratic politics, died at
his home here yesterday after a long
illness of Brigilit's disease. More than
£0 years ago he fell under a freight
train and suffered the loss of an arm
and a leg.
Start War on Gambling
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Oct. 28.—Orders
were given to the police yesterday by
Chief Roberts to begin a crusade
against all cigar stores and pool rooms
which use gambling devices.
Family of Nine Homeless
Heading, Pa., Oct. 28.—The home of
Frank Anderson was burned yesterday.
The fire was caused by an overheated
stove pipe. ' The blaze leaves the fam
ily —husband, wife and seven children
Ail Old Acquaintance
A resourceful girl, having danced a
pink party frock to ribbons, took what
was left of it and made a wonderful
lamp shade. The next evening she was
entertaining a caller in the soft light
and she said to him quite casually:
"How do you like my new lamp
William regarded it for a moment
critically, then he said: "The last time
E saw that shade I danced with it."—
New York Post.
For Representative in the
«* FIRST DISTRICT
\ Augustus Wildman
I pledge myself that if elected, I
J| w,7/ support only such legislation as
m is to the best interest of the people.
Your Support Kindly Solicited
"I don't see why lawyers should get
imposed on so much," said Farmer |
'' Yes. Every time one gets a govern-1
tuent oflice he says he. is compelled to i
give up a lucrative practice.'—Wash-I
Willis—There are two vvays of buy-j
ing stocks. One is to buy outright.;
Gillis—Yes; the other is to 'buy in
Only a Portion
"You women are too extravagant,"
he stormed. "Last year $000,000 ; 000
was spent in the country for frills and
"Well 1 didn't spend all of it,"' was
her defense.—Kansas City Journal.
These Cburmlnc Island* Are \on
•1 Their Rest
S. S. "BERMUOIAN"
holds the record—4o hours—is the
newest and only twin-screw steam
ship sailing to Bermuda, and th*
only one landing passengers at the
dock at Hamilton without transfer
Hound Trip with meals COCand
and stateroom berth U p
For full particulars apply to A. IS.
OUTUKBRIUUU * CO., Agent* ON.
bee 8. S. Co.. -II Hroadnaj, .New
Yurki I'. I.»HNK 11* M lIKI . lU3 Mar.
ke't St.. tiarrlnbuTK, ur auy Tlvfe.
Cocoa Beau Currency
When Mexico was discovered hy the
'Spaniards iu 1519 cocoa beans were
used for currency. The Spaniards found
two and a half millions pounds of lieans
iu the national treasury.
NEW YORK CITY
you desire to locate )r the
oearpgt retail «h«>ps and m<»u
to theatre*, deitois. aie«un*lilp piers, jon
w 1.1 t>r pleased Jit the
sth A v., Broadway, 24th St.
OVF)IUX)OK.ING MADISON SQ PARK, j!
A five million dollar ''xample of modcrh ;
•rcbitectural perfection; uccoonnodaUoo.
A Good Room,
$1.50 Per Day. j
With Balh, $2 to $5. I
Famous Piccadilly Restaurant. I
a Booklet and Guide on Request.
DAN Id, P Rl'l f HEY. JP