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STOP SUFFERING FROM
ASTHIBft OR FEVER
If Asthmador does not instantly re
lieve the very worst attacks of Asthma, :
Bronchial Asthma and the Asthmatic :
symptoms accompanying Hay Fever.
your money will be returned, is the |
terms upon which Geo. A. Gorgas, I
11> North Third street and Penn
sylvania Railroad Station, announces
he is selling Dr. Rudolph Schiflfmann's
Asthmador and Asthmador Cigarettes.
No matter how inveterate or obstinate
your case, or how; often or violent tlie
attacks, Asthmador will instantly re
lieve you, usually iu ten seconds but j
always within fifteen minutes.
The Druggist has been authorized by [
the Doctor to sell every package of his j
Asthmador on a guarantee to return the j
money in every siugle case where it j
does not give instantaneous relief, or is
not found the very best remedy ever
used. You will be the sole judge your- |
self and under this positive guarantee I
by Geo. A. Gorgas absolutely no risk |
is run in buying this remedy.
Persons living elsewhere will be sup
plied under the same guarantee by their i
local druggist or direct by Dr. R. Sell iff- !
niann. St. Paul, Minn. [
GIVE MONEY TO CHURCHES
Gettysburg Woman Leaves #BOO to
Catholic and Lutheran
Gettysburg, Nov. 12. —Both Catho
lic and Lutheran churches benefit by
the will of Mrs. Sallie A. Johns, widow
of Ixmis B. Johns, late of Conowago
township, which has been entered for
probate in the office of Register and
Included in the bequest were these:
S3OO to St. Vincent's Catholic church,
Midway, and SIOO additional for
masses; S4OO to St. Matthew's Luth
eran church, Hanover; SIOO to Mt.
Olivet cemetery association in trust
for keeping up of the burial plot. Mrs.
Johns was a member of St. Vincent's
church and her husband a member of
(St. Matthew's church. The remainder
of the estate to be divided in equal
shares among eleven nieces and nep
Four Deer Shot
Carlisle, Nov. 12.—The members of
the deer party composing the Eichel
berger Camp, who are located along the
Bendersville Road, near Pine Grove,
and who shot a monster specimen Tues
day, brought down another deer yes
terday. Their average stands two deer
in two days.
C. E. Miller and W. E. Worthing
ton, two residents of this place, are
also among the fortunates who have
a deer to their credit, for Tuesday
at Pine Grove, which seems to be the
center of the "battle grounds," these i
men shot an eight-prong buck weigh
ing 180 pounds.
As he wa9 driving along the road
from Biglerville to Pine Grove to join
a party of hunters, Arthur Taylor, a
young lad of Biglerville, observed a
monster specimen of the fleet-footed
animal and brought the deer to the
ground. This specimen had ten prongs.
Cattle Have Disease
Gettysburg, Nov. 12. —The hoof and
mouth disease has made its appearance
in Adams county. Dr. G. M. Graybill, a
State inspector, has announced that he
found two herds in the vicinity of New
Oxford, which had the disease and were
One of the farms on which the dis
ease was found is that of George Cro
mer, between New Oxford and Gettys
burg. The other is the Fleming farm,
about a mile and a half from New Ox- i
ford. This farm is tenanted by The-1
There are nineteen head of cattle on j
the Cromer place, thirteen of which i
belonged to Mr. Cromer while the other j
•ix he was feeding for Charles Diehl. i
The farm occupied by Mr. Bievenour is!
a rather small one and his herd of i
cattle is not extensive.
Two additional herds of cattle suf
fering from hoof and mouth disease
were discovered Tuesday in this sec
tion. both not far from Abbottstowu
but on the York county side of this
Dog Bit Child. Killed
Chambersburg, Nov. 12.—A dog, I
owned by Albert Thornton, an employe !
of Vanderau's restaurant, was shot yes-'
terdav afternoon on West King street j
after the animal had attacked a lap dog;
PRAISE SIMPLE MIXTURE
Many in Havrisburg praise the
simple mixture of buckthorn bark,
glycerine, etc., known as Adler-i-ka.
This remedy is the most THOROUGH
bowel cleanser ever sold being even
used successfully 111 appendicitis. ONE
SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE
of constipation, sour or gassy stomach.
ONE MINUTE after you take it the
gasses rumble and pass out. Adler-i-ka
I'iinnot gripe and the INSTANT action
is surprising. G. A. Gorgas, druggist,
IU North Third street aud Pennsylvania
Railroad Station. Adv.
You Ask Us
We've been hand
ling it for a number of
years and we know a
lot about it.
, We will be glad to
tell you about the
lasting qualities of
different woods, how
they take paint, ete.
Better see us the
next time you need
United Ice & Coal Co.
Forster and Cowdeu Streets
owned by John Rossi. It is said the
canine had attacked other dogs that
had been running about Memorial
It was reported to the police that
early in the afternoon the dog had
bitten a little girl and lacerated her
arm. She was passing through Me
morial square at the time but re
turned to her home without speaking
to any one of the occurrence.
Little Girl Shot by Brother
Waynesboro, Nov. 12. —Bedelia. the
8-vear-old daughter of J. M. Robertson,
Mont Alto, was painfully hurt and nar j
rowlv escaped fatal injury, Tuesday
evening, when a ball from a Flobert
rifle, fired by one of her younger broth
ers, penetrated her right thigh.
Kntering the upper fore part of the
thigh the ball pushed its way almost
through and was afterward cut out by |
L>r. \V. H. Brosius from the back part
of the thigh. The child is out of danger
ana does not suffer much from the ac-j
TO ISOLATE MOVIE MASHERS
Chicago Ordinance Separates Men From
Chicago, Nov. 12.—Segregation of j
bachelor patrons of moving picture j
houses to eliminate the masher nuisance |
is provided for in an ordinance drafted ;
yesterday with the approval of Chief of i
The chief would have all movie the- }
aires divided into three sections—one i
for men alone, another for unescorted ■
girls and another for married couples j
or women with escorts.
Will Address Engineers
George A. Harwood, chief engineer j
of the electric zone improvements, will I
address the members of the Engineers'!
Society of Pennsylvania at 8 o'clock !
to-night in the lower hall of the Board j
of Trade building on "The Grand (.'en- I
tral Terminal Improvements of the
Xoiv York Central and Hudson River !
dlroad Company." J
A iiplimicrn I Mr (I nnil Approved li> I'. !i.
(ioirrnmrnt— Xow Hero
W. R. SKEL.ET, the noted expert. Is
returning to Harrisburg and will be at i
the Commonwealth Hotel. Tuesday and ;
Wednesday. November 17 and IS, thor- |
oughlv equipped and prepared to deal j
with the most difficult cases.
His Spermatic Shield Truss, used and I
approved by the U. S. Government and |
the Czar of Russia, will retain any rup- I
ture. affording; immediate relief, and j
frequently closes the opening in a short :
time. WONDERFUL, RESCLTS WITH
OUT SURGERY OR HARMFUL INJEC
TIONS. Clean and durable; no irritat- I
inp; leg straps or binding of hips.
Examination and advice Free. Pa- !
tients treated on former visits invited
to call for attention without charge, j
Home Office, Walnut St.. Philadei- .
phia. Pa. Cut and keep for reference. |
For Warmer Homes
Bum Kelley's Coal and be comt'ort- i
able this Winter.
Kelley's Coal is. first of all. rich ,
iu carbon, uniformly sized and burns
with lasting heat intensity—and sec
ondly, its goodness has free swav be- '
cause all the dirt is removed before it j
Good coal—clean coal—that's Kel- I
Kelley's Hard Stove at $6.70 1
is the beat fuel for the average
1 N. Third Street
Tenth and State Streets
BOMB WRECKS COURT HOUSE
Bronx Buildings Are Damaged for
Blocks Around; White Slaver ,
Was Just Convicted
New York, Nov. 12.—A bom<b was;
exploded late last night in the entrance
to the eonuty Court House in The I
at Third and Brook avenues, itj
tore the massive ! bronze doors from j
their hinges, shattered the columns ou ;
either side, and damaged other build
ings within a radius of a dozen blocks.
The force of the concussion threw many
persons out of their beds.
j County Judge Louis D. Gibbs, who |
I has recently sentenced white slavers, ]
was holding the trial of Harry Gold- 1
I berg for forgery. Gold'berg has just j
oeen found guilty, and the court room j
I was beiug cleared when the crash came,
j The building was shaken as if by an
earthquake. The glass in the grated :
doors was blown out and the corridor '
leading from the outer to the inner j
doors was tilled with debris. The two !
big outer doors were wrecked and the I
three foot granite pillars flanking the I
entrance listed as if to topple over any
! moment. The bomb had been plaiced at '
j the base of one of these pillars.
Marshal John Hoeffling had just
i lodged a prisoner in the county jail in
I the Court House building, and was on J
! his way back to his office in Brook j
avenue, directly opposite the entrance
to the Court House, when the explo
sion occurred. Every window 111 the j
1 five story building was shattered.
The Morrisania police station is one j
: block away. Reserves sleeping there j
• were thrown from their beds and win- j
i dows were smashed. Men and women 1
rushed into the streets, some carrying
1 children in their arms.
i All aibout the entrance to the Court
j House were found big slugs of lead.
' These were gathered up aud preserved
i oy the ! olice.
Judge Gibbs said lie believed the out
! rage had been perpetrated by friends
i of tlie white slavers who have been
) sent to jail by him during the last six
| months. A crusade against the white
! slave traffic has been particularly fruit
j ful under the direction of District At
j torney Martin and Judge Gibbs has pre
sided at the trials and imposed sen
Progressive League to Meet
The Dauphin County Progressive
league will meet this evening at head
1 quarters. 223 Market street, along with
, members of the Washington party, to
j take up matters looking to the welfare
of the organization.
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12. 1914.
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J Store Opens Store Closes ]
: CARPETS IBCTnBOTC -> KITCHEN- j
► Hartford Axminster Rugs at LOWEST PRICLb FOUNDED 18 71 W A"DTTQ I
! t Jj514.98 value $27.50; HF THF f Yw FOR TUF
these rugs are slightly mis- 5 TMITFWMa Tea Kettles at 79< -value <
. matched on the seams, but WEEK GREEN SIGNS $1.1.", and $1.25-nickel
ot her wise perfect. miihi plated copper tea kettles:
► NewLinolmmi, at limited in scllal <
► 33<* sq. yd. —all new goods this price.
; ™m mea sl lwnent: s." brinK DRESSES SPECIAL FOR IN THE MUS- Wa ; b T$T£ S ;
► """ ■" VN Serge Dresses at $2.98- T TfjT WTTAP with galvanized eover and'
values s|>s.9B to $10.00; I? IvLDA Jl WLiill wood handle; sizes 7 and 8.
; TOYS made of pure wool; heavy Madeira hand embroidery, DEPARTMENT Nesco Perfect Double Roast- j
► Jointed Dolls at 69c valu(J ~ot ! h( : I , ateßt " ,od " .light I v soiled. A «r at
Jointed Dolls at W- alue els, but good .styles. - ; . . Flannelette Sleeping Gar- Koyal granite enamel ware <
soiled iron.'handling ' Flannelette House Dresses at , .-* lut 1(01 " sl ' " ments at 35^—value 50c; —seamless, self-basting. <;
► from handling. 69^ -value $1.50; real "larly 100. ; with feet; pink and blue 3oal Hod at 17*-value 25c; <j
► Unbreakable Dolls at 45^ — $1.50 dresses; not dresses for 6-ineh doilies—reg- stripes; slightly soiled; galvanized: one to a cus-
► value 69c; dressed iu romp- bought for a sale: neat tig- ularly 25e. sizes 2 to 12 years. toiner. <
► ers; large size. tires; all sizes. for 8-inch doilies—reg- Nainsook Combination at Indurated Fibre Pail at 17<? < !
k Imported Teddy Bears at Flannelette Dressing Sacques ularly 25c. 59C —value 75c; corset —value 25c; good for gen- *
- o-iuch oilies —reg- cover with embroidery eral use and is especially j]
voice. Soiled. made; full sized saeaues in ularly 35c. trimmed front and back, adapted to home, hotel, fac- M
k Cook Books at 19<> —value good patterns; all sizes to 25C for 10 inch doilies ribbon drawn: drawers tory and mill use. i
50c. 46. regularly 35c. with hemstitched ruffle; all
BOWMAN'S Third Floor. BOWMAN'S Second Floor. for 8-inch doilies—reg- <
ularly 39c. Corset Covers at 12>,C - TTIWT7T V
I ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF d " Uie '- reg " w " K /
: WOMEN CAN SECURE A Sn?
SMART HAT FOR $3 AND 53.50 80r !' or , CHINA a ruK " -
: We t „i» Mle ,0-U.v J , h ,,. e T„„L "Z»£ and Crea, Sets .. NISHINGS ]
iii i 4. u a if 4.1 ii I . • 88r—value $1.09; initial, .
, black velvet hats of the very latesmodels. Every hat is Pl ™ ich chiua , Roman gold Men can save greatly m <
desirable and hardlj any two are alike. Large shapes, me- _ Hppnratpd wanted apparel by coming
; dium sizes and small turbans. BOYS' ImX* Basket Trays at to this stor P e to.,norro,v. ;
► Made to sell at si..)o to $12.00. See window to-night. TT fITTTTIVm. 50^— value 98c, $1.25. Men's Underwear at 35c <
y bowma.vs second Floor. vJ^ViXLjJLI\J ;}9 a ud $1.75; china values 50c and 69c—
► ~ ' Heavy Overcoats at SI.OO center; suitable for rolls or heavy winter weight;
► TirAlUri?'Kr>C "nr*lWirCTTr*C value $3.50 and $3.98; with sandwiches. fleece lined cotton and
W V/lUilll O i/uluLoixLO belts; sizes 12 to 17 years. Jardinieres at 59^—value natural wool mixed;
rty . . - , 98c* new face designs; just mostly shirts.
GLOVES Flannelette at 6,< yd.-2, Norfolk Srnts at 92.49- the article for your house Men s Dress Shirts at 42* <
il „ , inches wide; all new pai- value $2.98 aud $3.00 —the r .i llllf men s uress amris ai
Kayser s Gloves at terns and cut from full new models: sizes 6to 17 _ '. ' ~ . «•> ci« made ot percale; i-oat.
h value ->oc; lisle and chain- pieces. vears Electric Portables at Jp2.t>B style with attachejl cufts. <
► oisette gloves; long and _.. , _ , —value $12.50 and $14..)0: Mpti's Hnlf Hntjp 12i'i«i k <
► short. Outing Flannel at 6 !4? yd. Boys' Corduroy Trousers at with umbrella shade, cover- . f',
► Golf Gloves at
„ sizes and shades. daik patterns. shades only; sizes Bto 1, sdk; limited quantity to- o rs; medium and heavy .
. Boys' Gauntlets at 50c - Utica heets at years. sell at this price. wei g ht; cotton and silk 1|
fleece lined. $1.19; bleached; 3-inch bowmans Third Floor. bowman's Basement jj g j e <
BOWMAN'S Main Floor. hems: laundered: slightly / v Men's Flannel Shirts at '
"° v FPTTiAY "RAPGAINS 79^— value si ; heavy /
V WWTTTT anrt"n<s Pillow Cases at 12^—val- Ox UIU F Xvli/il X £> O weight; plain blue and
, Willir, \J\J\JUO Isf and 18c: in plain "TNT \JT A"NTTI?TI QTinTTQ " l v
► LINENS " lnS 01 ' " l )at " IJ!#JL/ i
„ m i- -. . . . . A chance for women to secure good, serviceable shoes for i
► Unbleached Turkish Towels Ticking at yd.— value ~m i . , vint „ r / i
at lOo— value 19c: large 15c: bleached! white and iough, winter wear. OPFATSAV-I
h size: extra heavy quality. blue or fancy stripes. Women's Button Boots at §l.69— values $2.50 and $3.00 viivuxix wxi »
, White Mercerized Batiste at Shaker Flaniiel at 7( . vd _ patent colt, gun metal and tan Russia calf; smart styles. TTTCS JN TTTR "
12' yd. —value 25c: 45 Vil l, |( , . unbleached- Women's Shoes at 98£— values $1.50 and $2.00; warm- 111 VJO Hi 1 OJh i
inches wide; beautiful, fine reinnantTengths. ' lined glaze kid lace shoes for cold winter wear. *
; K material for baby dresses. till Women's Shoes at §1.49 —values $3.00 and $3.50 —palent '<
r White Plisse Crepe at 11 1 Uaaing at yd.— co l t vamp s | loes w j t h black and fawn tops; turn soles, rr ATUTWr 1 -<
U yd.— value 19c : 31 inches value 18c: 4o inches wide, Louis Cuban heels. tLOIiIiJNCj
y .. , ; ii r.. will bleach easily; short , ... . i
► wide; used especiallx foi lengths suitable for sheets Women s Cloth Overgaiters at 25tf— in black only. T)"R'PAT?T *
L underwear. or pillow cases. Women's Cloth Spats at 69«> —finest cloth overgaiters in " J
► Shadow Voile at 10c yd. . ' black, tan and grey. TWTnVTT
, , i- . n, in,.li.w Avi.le Cambric Muslin at 6!.. c yd. IYIILiM 1 i
. \alue loc: 4U tllclies WlCie. - J BOWMAN'S Third Floor.
9 tn H vds —value lUc; bleached; lb J „ i
► in remuants ot _ to by is. jncheß wjde |„ the following items.
' "SSE-TSrrfS m>wMAir» Maia naa,. RIBBONS AND DRAPERIES :
► SSSJtiSSfSS!*' LACES NECKWEAR • VK " . t , 4n , !
1 „ . .. . - w w ** ue 30c; barred; 38 inches Men s Overcoats at $4.95
u™ hnrflcv 4 Val. Laces and Edges at 25<? Ribbon Remnants at unusual wide; for sash and sill cur- value $7.50 and sB.o0 — i
r, t bolt— value 35c lo 50c; reductions: such as 25c tains. convertible and plain <
y *£ ■ short match sets. moire ribbons at yd.; Cretonnes at yd. —value collars. <
ends nnlv ' " Point de Paris Laces at 3i)u ribbons at yd; 18c to 20c; in short lengths. Young Men's Suits at $5 <
k ' 0 . - yd. —value 12'/•»(■ to ribbons at yd.; suitable for cushions and —value $8.50 and $9.90 <
► Face Cloths at 3^- value oc. a ' u B big assortment of odds curtains. -sizes 16 to 22 years.
Down Comforts at 83.98 - Colored Nets at 25< yd.— , eft a fter our big one-day 4 4 „ .
* value $5.00. value $1.00; in brown. , a u Chintz at 29c yd.— value Corduroy Trousers at <
y Spreads at 81.19— value navy, grey and ('open- * l ". , XT , . 35c; 36 inches wide; for 81.45 value $2.00; <
► J^l.sofull bed size; splen- hagen. Odd Pieces of Neckwear at curtain, cushions and over- lined. 4
► did patterns to select from. Torchon Laces at 3c yd.— V ves fees "etc t0 ' di aperies. Odd Vests at <
► Towels at $1.60 dozen— value value sc. ' ' . White Curtain Lace at 10c $12.50 and $15.00 suits;
► $3.00: made for the United bowman s Main Floor Veiling at 9£ yd.— value 15c yd.— value 18c: 18 inches sizes up to 38.
». States M. D. Absorbent to 39c; odd meshes, odd wide, with finished edge; bowmans Third Floor.
I"nion; imperfect. / shades and black. edges are slightly soiled. -» 1
BOWMAN'S Main Floor. FANCY BUT- Ribbons at yd.— value Imported Banding at 5c yd.
' 25c; moires and taffetas in -value 25c ; for cushions DRESS GOODS '
' TT"M"ni?PWR AP TONS WILL brown, navy, Royal, blue, and curtains. <
► UiNJJiSItW XWAIO WILL orange, dark green and Co- . ir ,. f . ._ . t Percales at 5f yd.-value ,
; AND HOSIERY BE SOLD TO- %£*»" * lO 6 in " b ™ '
Women's Underwear at 35c IWADD A T bowman's Mam Floor wide, tint <|uuiit>. I»lue, with figures, floral
—3 for $l.O0 —value 50c; W Jxl White Curtain Lace at 22c designs and cadet blue; 31
* vests and pants; white or TT A T XT Tlt)Trr PT"PT Q* yd.— value 38c; 45 inches and 36 inches wide. -
► peeler color; fleece lined. H A'- Jl Xvlv/Jj* wide; for sash, panel or School Cloth at 10c yd.— <
► Women's Underwear at
, -value $1.00; vests, pants Zn, To' APPAREL Striped Tapestry at «9c yd. Jfe loU 32 wide; <
, and union suits: medium popular in the Redingote ChUdren's Hats at .500 - value $1.2,,; 50 inches i p.s ... all shad, s
„ aud heavy weight; cotton [ n( ; de AU ou saU f to . value $1.25 to $1.75; in wide; for cushions, work Wool Dress Goods at 39c
aud wool and cotton mix- morrow at just one-half silk, corduroy, plush and bags and chair coverings. yd.-value Toe; remnant ] }
ed; natural and white. the regular price. velvet, trimmed with rib- bowman's Fourth Floor. lengths.
k Women's Stockings at 18c bon and velvet; suitable All Wool Brocades at 59c 4
!► pr., 3 pairs for 50<— value sa.rt gauges, .. . iu<? for children 2to 12 vears T "IT A TITITD yd.— value $1.50: 42 inches <
, 25c; plain black silk lisle. Ac spool bast.hg eottouj or ; age . LJLAIXULK wide; in brown, navy, wis- <
► double heels and toes, wide inside hVltinf Children's Gingham Dresses GOODS taria aud Copenhagen. i
► Sartertops. black and white, vard.' at 50< - due 75c to Wool Rough Suiting at 59c J
y Children's Stockings at 16c —Pretty new low belt- Fancy Girdles at 55c and yd.— value $2.00; 56 inches 4
pr. —value 25c; medium - >c j,air nets 2C ed styles, long sleeves, high 65f> —value SI.OO to $1.50; wide; in brown and tan.
and heavy weight cotton, 100-vard spool sewinc silk neck, or flat collars with all the wanted shades. Satin Messaline at 25f> yd i
fine ribbed, double knees; three-quarter sleeves; sizes Men's Sensible Purses at value 85c; .yard wide: tau,
► black and tan; not all sizes. bowma.vs Mam Floor 2to 12 years. ' 19^—value 25c. Nile, light'blue and'lilac! <
* BOWMAN'S Main Floor. * '■'■■■ BOWMAN'S Second Floor. BOWMAN'S Main Floor. BOWMAN'S Main Floor. 4
Aged Retired Farmer Dies
Kast l«ampeter, Nov. 12. —Benjamin!
R. Stauft'er, 88 years old, died yester-'
: day from infirmities of age. He was
j a retired farmer and gardener, aud i
was born on the farm where he died. :
1 The farm was handed down to liim i
from his grandfather, who emigrated to i
I this country iu 1 749, and took up a
j grant of 600 acres, buying it from Wil-!
i liaroi Penn. The original deed is still t
lin tlie family. Deceased was one of the
, organizers of the Eastern Market As
! socia'tiou. A widow and several children
» Women physicians are not a modern
; innovation. There were plenty of
i them among the ancient Greeks," some
I of them being famous