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HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 16. 1914.
TOUR BOWELS f
To-Night! Clean Your
Bowels and End
Get a 1 0-cent bo*.
Tut aside—just once —the Salts,
Pills, Castor Oil or Purgative Waters
which merely force a passageway
through the bowels, but do not
thoroughly cleanse, freshen and purifv
these drainage orgaus, and have no ef
fect whatever upon the liver and
Kpep your "insides" pure and fresh
with Cascarets, which thoroughly
cleanse the stomach, remove the undi
gested, sour food and foul gases, take
the excess bile from the liver and carry
out of the system all the constipated
waste matter and poisons in the bowels.
A Cascaret to-night will make you
feel great by morning. Thev work
while you sleep—never gripe," sicken,
and cost only 10 cents a box from your
druggist. Millions of men and women
take a Cascaret now and then and never
have Headache, Biliousness, Severe
Colds, Indigestion, Sour Stomach or
Constipated Bowels. Caacarcts belong
in every household. Children just love
to take them. ' Adv.
SHY $25,000: LOST THRONE
Ex-Minister Williams Offered Alban
ian Kingdom, He Says
Boston, Nov. 16.—Only the lack of
825,000 stood between George Fred
Williams and the throne of Albania,
according to the former Minister to
S reec ®'.,7 ho has returned to Boston.
Air. Wjlhfung yesterday declared that
the people begged him to become their
ruler and that he made efforts to raise
the money, but without success. The
ex -Minister says he is not through with
Albania and that he will return to take
up ..the political leadership of t/his dis
tiacted people. Describing his experi
ences in Albania, he said vesterdav:
If I had had $25,000, I could have
set up a. government in Albania, formed
a Ministry and I would have been rec
ognized as the head of the natioif. I
e t there late in June and went to
bwitzerland in search of a rich Ameri
can, who had taken a lot of interest
in the welfare of the Albanians. When
I got to Switzerland I found the man
had gone to Fiance and 1 reJoictantlv
gave up the chase and' went back to
Albanra. The people there begged me
to be their head and I ami proud of the
part I played in their behalf. I did
uot. for a minute believe my govern
mcnt would back me up. y>
$361,000 TO BEAT "DRYS" '
Defeat of Prohibition in Ohio Cost
Columbus, 0., Nov. 16.—1t cost the
brewers State Home Rule Association
*361,000 to defeat the State-wide pro
hibition amendment by 53,000 votes!
K D "nn arr 'V lle - home ru,e amendment bv !
MOO votes in the recent election in
this State. If the money spent by i
the county organizations were added to
,, 1 1S , estimated that the total I
would be close to $1,000,000.
. n f h . e Anti-Saloon League spent $53.-
!n '!* It received $65,-
000. The Democratic State Executive
committee paid out $31,000 in its Jos-!
ing fight in the State. The Republican i
committee did not total its expenses,;
but it is probable that they exceeded
those 91 the Democrats.
it cost Governor .lames M. Cox more !
tbau sti.oou to make his second cam
paign. and he lost. Frank B. Willis,
the successful Republican nominee,
spent less than SI,OOO. The True De
mocracy League spent $5,600 helping
the Republicans to defeat Mr. Cox. '
The disastrous campaign of the Bull •
Moose party in Ohio this veer cost :
FASHIONS THAT ENDURE
IHI4 Modes Evident in Ancient Im-j
ages Recently Excavated
Philadelphia, Nor. 16.—That fash- ;
ion as well as history repeats itself has t
f e JI s ' lon,rn by the recent discoveries
of Prof. Flinders Petrie during his ex
cavations for the University Museum
in Egypt. The archeologist has recent !
jy »ent a collection of carved ivory
images taken from tombs at least as
old as 5500 B. C. Some of these relics
are the portraits of great ladies who 1
were buried in the city of Abvdos. The 1
hair of three of these "Brides of Aby- !
tios.'' of which Lord Byron sang so
beautifully, is marcelled exactly as the
modern custom, while the clothing aiso 1
strongly resembles that worn to-dav at I
Sixty-five hundred years do not seem :
to have had any • eftoct upon woman's'
desire to beautify herself, nor has she
invented many new methods in all that
ONLY 22 HUNTERS HURT
Yet 3H>0,000 Got Licenses, Couserva
tion Commission Reports
Albany, Nov. 16.—During the deer
season, which closed last night, only
five accidents, with three fatalities, oc
curred, according to reports made to
the Conservation Commission ;by game
protfectors. There is no evidence that J
one of these five victims was shot in i
mistake -for a deer.
Altogether twenty-two hunting acci- 1
dents have Ween reported to the Com
mission. Of these, seventeen occurred
ill pursuit of small game. In comment
ing upon this I'aet a statement issned
by the Commission yesterday wye: !
"When it is remembered that there
are over 20,000 licensed hunters in the
State, besides thousands who cau le- ;
gaily hunt on their own farms without i
licenses, the list of only a score of j
accidents is reducing casualties in
pursuit of a hazardous sport to the i
Pinned Down In Mine 112 Hours
Ely, Minn., Nov. 16.-—Rescuers ]
searching in the Sibley mine for six en- j
tombed miners -Saturday broke into a
ch amber where they found Joseph
Hkuslk alive. He had been held prison- 1
e.r*ll2 hours, pinned down by beams, j
aiIMU UK WISE
Secretary to Investigating Commission
Declares They Are Social Curses—
Warden McKenty Given Credit but
Darby, Pa., Nov. 16.—That the
systam governing the Eastern peniten
tiary in Philadelphia and in cverv other
prison in Pennsylvania is radically
wrong, aud calls aloud for reform, was
declared yWterday afternoon by Dr.
L*wis N. Robinson, of Rwarthmore <>ol
it® 8 ' at friends' Meeting
House, in a lecture tinder the direction
of the Philanthropic committee Of the
Concord meeting. Dr. Kobiusou is secre
tary of the < cvniiuibsion to Investigate
Prison Reform, which will make its re
port at the next meeting of the Legis
" ill ere are 6,000 prisoners kept tn
idleness all the year around in Penn
•yjvauia prisons, said Dr. Robinson.
"This enforced idleness uot only means
the ruination of 'the man, morally,
physically and mentally, 'but it makes
him worte than he WHS when lie first
entered the institution. Not only does
the community have to keeip him. but
only too often it has to keep his wlfo
and chijdren. This severance of the
family tie and the family responsibility
Which every good man feels, even
though he has tommiMed a vrime, has a
most serious after-effect, that once a
man is cut off from providing for his
family for a certain time he seldom
ever takes up that responsibiliitv
Dr. fiobinson traced the history, of
prisons in this country, explained the
■prison ( contract system, which aroused
the antagonism of the la'bor unions be
cause the prison-made goods undersold
goods made outside, which lod to the
enactment of a law in 1 897, whiel) is
now in force, limiting to 35 tper cent,
t'he number of prison inmates who can
work. Despite this law, only 12 or 13
counties out of the 67 counties in this
State report that the prisoners wort;.
Dr. Robinson advocated a system than
would permit of all the prisoners 'being
employed, where the articles made
wouM not be thrown upon the o>pen
market, but instead, be 'bought up 'by
the State for the use of its wards.
Dr. Robinson paid high eulogy to
Warden Ro/bert .1. IMcKetfty, and de
clared that he was doing the best he
could for 'his prisoners under the sys
tem in vogue. ''.Sometimes I am airabi
that, because of the nswspaper stories
Mmcerning Warden IMtoKenty's method
of treating the prisoners, the impression
has gone out that the Kastem peniten
tiary is a model institution, which is
not true. Conditions there are very ibad.
As many as four prisoners are in one
The commission will recommend 'that
a. farm 'be purchased w4iere some of the
iumates of the Eastern penitentiary can
'be seat to work, and what they produce
be sent, to the other prison.
Dr. Roibinson told of a. model prison
in Virginia, twenty miles from Wash
ington. a big clearing in the wilderness,
where the men have erected all the
buildings, and who make 'bricks, quarry
stone and which supports itself. There
are no cells, jailers and everybody seems
The speaker advocated doing away
with the small jails and concentrating
the'prisoners, w here they could 'be made
self-supporting by their la'bor, where
they could earn a small amount for their
families and where confinement would
improve, rather than harm them.
KANSAS CITY SELLS SHEEP
Disposes at Profit of Flock That Graz
ed in Public Park
Kansas City, Nov. 16.—The park
board has sold its flock of sheep, which
grazed all summer in the 1,300-acre
park given to the city by the late Col
onel Thomas Swope.
When the board purchased the flock
last spuing, 500 'head, they were
lambs. But they were busy little ani
mals and saved the board the cost of
cutting the grass on a large portion of
the park. The sheep sold for a profit
Accused Man Is Suicide
l.os Angeles. Nov. 16.—John E.
Lamb, church vestryman atfd bank di
rector of Long Beach, wiio was named
in disclosures concerning the .orgies of
an alleged organization of Long Beach
men. committed suicide by taking poi
son yesterday. He left a note protest
ing his innocence.
The importance of
reserve strength and pure y. V.
blood at thla period canaot ba
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aaurbhm.nl in Seolt't NX
■.A i"»par«» that atroaith that aarickat ■
Mm tha blood, atrenstHena tka bone, and
USf «a»igara*«e tha whole •Titan.
Wl Phyticiana ovtywhare mriicr&n it.
11 from from Alcohol or Opiatma.
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$1.50 Per Day.
With Bath, $2 to
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BID COLD? Fffl
AND STOPPED UP
First Dose of "Pape's
Cold Compound "Re
lieves All Grippe
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Quit blowing and suiiflliDg! A 'lone
of "Pape's ('old Compound" taken
every two hours until three doses are
taken will end grippe miserv and
break up a severe cold either 'in the
head, chest, body or limbo.
It. promptly opens eAogged-up nos
trils aud air passages: stops nast.v
discbarge of nose running; relieves
sick headache, dullness, feverishtiesx.
sore throat, sneezing, soreness and
'Pape'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.
FOUR KILLED BY A BOMB
Six Are Injured When Shore la Blown
Up by Dynamite
(Pa., Nov. 16.—JY>ur persons
were 'killed and six injured, two serious
ly, When the general store of Noah
Kan-aza, at Superior, near here, was
'blown up by dynamite early yesterday.
The store and Ave dwellings were 'burn
ed, entailing a Joss of $125,000. The
dynamiting is 'believed to have Ibeen the
work of riven who had threatened
Kanaza. who is wealthy.
The dead are Noah Kanaza, Jr., 16;
Joseph Kanaza, 9, and Anthony Kan
aza, 9 months, children otf Noah Kan
aka, and Andrew Ogau, M. The Kan
aza children were burned to death in
their "beds. Organ was hit bv a flving
timioer and killed instancy.
Kanaza's store was wrecked 'by two
explosions, the dynamito having been
placed at 'both ends of the structure.
The 'building was soon atflamo and the
frre spread rapidly to Ave nearby dwell
ings. John PCpper and Anthony Strom,
'berg were struck by timbers in attempt
ing to rescue the Kanaza children and
are in a Latrobe hospital. Little hope
for their recovery is entertained.
Windows within a radius of two miles
of Superior wero broken and plaster
was knocked from the walls five miles
Kanaza. declares he "has 'been threat
ened by au Italian with whom he hail
had a lawsuit. Arrests are expected.
RAILROAD'S REVENUE PALLS
Coal Strike Affects Earnings of Colo
rado and Southern Lines
Denver, Nov. 16. —Operating rev
enues of the Colorado and Southern
lines, according to the annual report
of A. D. Parker, vice president in
charge, to the stockholders, fell off
n ,854,939 during the fiscal year end
ing June 30, mainly because of the
strike in the Southern Colorado coal
The operating revenue totaled $13,-
222.737, of which $9,053,885 was de
rived from freight traffic, and $3,345,-
489 from passenger traffic.
LEARN SECRETS OF URANUS
Relation of Its Flattened Poles to
Satellites Discovered in Arizona
Flagstaff, Ariz., Nov. 10.—Observa
tions of Uranus, just made at the Ijow
ell Observatory, h.ave added material
ly to knowledge of that planet. Its ob
lateness, which was conspicuous, has
been carefully measured and its plane
found to coincide with that in which
the satellites move.
Measures on the belts indicate that
they lie parallel to the same plane.
Lately the satellite Tita.nia has shown
variability in brightness.
Death Germ in York Love
York, Pa., Nov, 16.—Tjove sickuess
is given as the reason for two '.rage
dies in this city, Roy Hoke having com
mitted suicide by shooting- himself in
the abdomen, while Joseph Heiland at
tempted to end his life bv drinking
iodine. Hoke died iu the York Hos
pital yesterday, and Heiland was rush
ed to the same institution last evening.
The latter'S condition is critical.
Farmers Plan Co-oper&tiou
Reading, Pa.. Nov. 16.—A co-opera
tive selling organization of Berks farm
ers will likely be organized as a result
of agitation along these lines by the
Berks County Karm Bureau. A com
inittee was appointed to dra«v up plans
for such an organization and a meeting
will be held some time this week, when
thfc organization will likely be effected.
Patriotic Sons Will Celebrate
Mauch Chunk, Pa., Nov. 16. Reprs
sent stives from Weatherly, Mauch
Chunk, Summit Hill, Lansford and Nes
quehoning met at Nesquehoning and de
c.ided to hold a banquet at the New
American Hotel at Mauch Chunk on the
evening of December 10 in honor of
the 67th anniversary of the Patriotic
Older, Sons of America. Many of the
State officers will be present and deliv
Found Dead in Ditch
Pottsville, Pa., Nov. 16. —Samuel T.
Boyer, aged 38, of Orwigsbtirg, was
found dead in a ditch at Coal an J
Minervilie streets, yesterday morning.
His skull was crushed, and it is be
lieved he was hit by a fast freight train
Saturday night. Boyer is survived by a
wife and four children.
Absent So Long, Taken for Peddler
Hazleton, Pa.. Nov. 16.—Mistaking
her brother for a peddler when he en
tered her home after au absence of 26
years, Mrs. Edmund .Tones, of Cole
raine, told -John Sanders, of Pittsburgn,
that she did not have time to look at
his stock. Then there was a touching
Shoots Himself Cleaning Rifle
Reading, Pa., Nov. 16.—John Lut/.,
16 years old, is in the Reading Hos
pital in a serious condition, suffering
from a bullet wound in the abdomen
through the accidental discharge of a
rifle, while hunting for rabbits at Pop
lar Neck, near here, Saturday. Lutz was
cleaning the rifle. The bullet has not
vet been recovered.