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UNION CITY STOMACH VICTIM ItllS
HOW lit REGAINED HEALTH QUICKLY
Mr. Martinran Finds Good Health
After Using Mayr's Wonder
C. Martinran, of 42 Graves street,
t'nion City, Pa., after long suffering
from ailments of the stomach and the
digestive tract, took Mayr's Wonder
ful Stomach TJemedy with the most re
The suffering of years was ended
with the first dose.
Mr. Martinran's experience is told
in a letter —written a year after tak
ing the remedy, thus proving the per
maneent nature of the benefits. He
"It has been a year since I took your
treatment, which I anr sure did tiie a
great amount of good. My health at
present is good, thanks to your won
derful remedy. I will always recom
mend it to mv friends."
This letter is typical of those written
NEWS OF STEELWPs
NEED CLOTHING DONATIONS
Miss Marian Nell and Miss Elizabeth
Vauier Made and Sold Pin Cushions
and Give Proceeds to Relief of the
The requests for heavy clothing, made
•u the Associated Oharities committee
of the borough within the last week, has
used up all the supply of such clothing
on hand and a demand. which it is not
now a>ble to meet, has been made for
uiore. To relieve this want, and believ
ing that many persons have extra cloth
ing on band in good condition, which
the owners do not need, the commit
tee requests donations of such garments,
particularly children's garments.
A report made by Miss Wizeman. new
Civic C'lufc nurse, to the committee last
evening, indicates that the demand for
other necessities besides clothing is
about the samp as in other Novembers.
A feature of the report lait evening
was the action of -Miss Marian Nell aud
Miss Elizabeth Vanier. two very young
girls, who made a number of pin cush
ions a<nd sold them, turning the proceeds
over to the charities commfttee to be
used for the relief of the poor.
Miss Wizeman wiil receive ail ar
ticues of clothing for distribution
among tiae needy at her headquarters iu
the Steelton Trust Company building.
SANITARY SEWER IS CHOKED
Employes of the borough water de
partment have been busy since yester
day attempting to open an eight inch
sanitary sewer extending from Second
to Front street on Adams street. Fire
hose and strong water pressure failed
to dislodge the obstruction and the
street may have to be torn up.
NIGHT SCHOOL IS POPULAR
The popularity of the night school
established by the First Methodist
Episcopal church, where English- is
taught to foreigners, is shown by the
fact that the attendance has more than
doubled since its organization a short
time ago. Last evening forty-seven
men and five young women attended
the session and the prospects are that
this number will be greatly exceeded in
the near future.
The congregation of St. .John's Lu
theran church will vote on a new pas
tor at a congregational meeting to be
held Sunday morning at the close of the
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Main
Street Church of God will meet this
evening at the home of Mrs. Crum
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will meet to-morrow afternoon
at 2.30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. J.
W. Orndorff, Locust street. The sub
ject for discussion will be "Recent
Victories" and Mrs. C. A. Huyette will
lead the meeting.
Ia default of bail Clinton E. Mobley
last night was committed to jail by
Squire Gardner to await his ap|>ear
ancc before the court to answer charges
of felonious entry and larceny. Mobley
is charged with entering a house at
Oberlin and stealing a phonograph and
An electric clock and bell system
was put into operation in the High
school yesterday to signal the classes
when to move at the end of recitation
Squire Gardner last evening dis-!
charged Jovan Petrqji* and N'ikolo
Bakic, arrested on charges of robbery 1
instituted by Anton Tobias. Tobias;
charged that the two accompanied by 1
a third man knocked him down Friday
evening and robbed him. The evidence!
was not regarded as sufficient to jus-j
tify their being held.
The new Hygienic school building at!
Adams and Bailey street was opened!
yesterday morning. The colored pupils/
who for some time have been housed 1
in other builaings on Adams street
Winter Trips |
Interesting and restful because of
the fascinating charms of tropica! |
life and climate. Excellent hotels.
Sailings from New York each Thursday I
and Saturday at noon. Through rates to
lale of Pines. Santiago, etc.
In the Bahamaa, offers many attractions
as a Winter Resort.
Balmy climate, charming social hfe,
golf, bathing, boating, tennis, polo, motor
Other attractive tkort Iript tnd cruba
mi In rates. Wrftt/f booklet
MEW YORK * CUBA MAILS.S.CO.
GwmlOfficM, Pir 14. E.R., NtwYorU
Or any Railroad Ticket Office or j
Authorized Tourist Agency
by the thousands of users of Mayr's
Wonderful Stomach Remedy in all parts
of the country. It is known every
where. The first dose convinces—no
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
clears the digestive tract of mucoid
accretions and poisonous matter. It
brings swift relief to sufferers from
ailments of the stomach, liver and
bowels. Many declare it has saved
them from dangerous operations;
many are sure it has saved their lives.
We want all people who have
chronic stomach trouLde or constipa
tion, no matter how long standing, to
try one doso of Mayr's Wonderful
Stomach Remedy—one dose will con
vince you. This is the medicine so
many of our people have been taking
with surprising results. The most
thorough system cleanser ever sold.
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy is
now sold here by Geo. A. Gorgas, 16
North Third street and Pennsylvania
Railroad Station and druggists every
where. Adv. "
marched to the building. Duriug the
day many parents visited the building.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Glattacher, F>o
cust- street, have returned from a short
visit to Maytown where they were
the guests of the former's parents. IMr.
and Mrs. Oscar Ghrttacher.
David Seiders and family, of Eliza
beth town, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Seiders, Locust street.
William Kellen-berger. Frederick
street, is on a hunting trip to Willow
Hill. FVanklin county.
George Buyer, track foremau for the
Pennsylvania railroad at this place, has
returned from a hunting trip near Em
porium Junction. Pa.
Irvin E. Wolf moved his family aud
househokl goods from 147 Xorch Front
street, to North street. Harrissburg, to
The Rev. James M. Waggoner. iHar
! risburg. a former pastor of the Main
| Areet Church of God. called on friends
I in the borough to-day.
Mrs. Mary Morgan and sons. Everett
1 and Vinson, have returned from a
j week's visit with friends in Philadel
Bernard o'Gorman is home from the
west to spend Thanksgiving with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. O'Gorman.
South Second street.
Archie Steel, of the State pure food
department, was iu aSteelton on an in
spection tour yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hall, o? Kiu
zer. are guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Wilnier
Miss Wilcox, the visiting nam om
ployed by the Steelton Civic Club, wift
be in her office from S a. m. to 9
a. TO., from 12.30 p. m. to 1.30 p. a.
Women Suffer Terribly From Kidney
Around on her feet all day—no won
der a woman has backache, headache,
stiff swollen joints, weariness, poor
sleep and kidney trouble. Foley Kiinev
Pills give quick relief for these trou
bles. They strengthen the kidneys
take away the aches, pain and weari
ness. Make life worth living again.
They will absolutely drive out rheuma
tism. weak back and swollen rtchin"
joints due to kidney and bladder trou"
ble. Try Foley Kidney Pills and see
how much better you feel. Geo. A.
Gorgas, 16 North Third street, and
P. K. R. Station. Adv.
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SI .182,157.14 RECEIVED
BY THE STATE TREASURY
Various Corporations Paid Debts Yes
terday—ln This Manner Over One
Million Dollars Was Collected Says
If the receipts at the State Treas
ury continue as large for the next niue
days as thor- were yesterday, they will
eqaal. for the year, those of la« year,
when the fiscal year closed on Decern
ber 1. According to Auditor General
Powell, the receipts on November 11
were $9,000,000 shy of the total of
last year, leaving 20 days to make up
Yesterday, from various sources,
principally corporations, the s. m of
$1,182,157.14 was taken in. Among
the big checks was one for $178,910
from the Philadelphia, Rapid Transit,
$68,000 from the P. B. & W. railroad!
$200,000 from the Bell Telephone
Company of Pennsylvania, $87,000
from the Pennsylvania companv, $53,-
000 from the P. F. W. & €. $*169,000
from the Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Central Railway Company and other
sums that brought the totals over the
million. All of the big corporations
indebted to the State ha\e been urged
to hurry up with their tax payments,
as the big endeavor is not to let the
tctal get fielow those of last year .
; Requisition Honored
Governor Glynn, of New York, sent a
I requisition to Governor Toner to-day
| which was honored, for the return to
| New ■"York of a slick jewelry thief
I named Louis Itefeels, alias Nick L/appas,
i Who stole jewelry amounting to thou
j ?»nds of dollars and fled to Philadel
j phia, where he was arrested.
Road Contract Awarded
State Highway Commissioner Bige
i low to-dtv awarded a contract for
| building 850 feet cf brick block pave
j raent in Neshannock township,- TAW-
I renee county, to Wools & Golden, of
j New Castle, for $2,924.24.
The Fatal Hours
Prom 10,000 deaths which occurred
:iu an asylum during 6ftecn , consecu
i tive years physicians are inclined to
| doubt the ancient theory that the early
| morning hours are the "most fatal. The
| observations were made in patients of
i all ages and under all conditions, and
J the result shows that the early after
j noon hours included most of the deaths,
j The least fatal hours were.from 7 to
' 12 a. m.—Washington Star.
HARRISBURft STAR-INDEPENDENT, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17-, 1914.
UT£ Will NEWS Slim I
(•■tlaard Kron First Pa|«.
fensive movement against the Russian
In Servia the Austrian advance is
being carried on according to Vienna
reports, with further success.
Accounts of the fighting in Belgium,
official and otherwise, dwell upon the
frightful hardships which the men in
the water soaked trenches are called
upon to oadure, and the great loss of
life. Regarding this latter phase, official
reports have little to say, and although
private accounts of tlie extent of the
slaughter must b« accepted with re
serve it is evident that both the Ger
mans and their foes have suffered
One such report comes from a Brit
ish correspondent who estimnes the
German casualties in the last four day?
If similar reports from the east are
to b« credited the slaughter in that ter
ritory is no less terrible. A letter writ
ten by a Galician priest describes a
grave more than four miles long. In it,
says the letter, 40,000 Austrians. the
dead from one day's fighting, were" 1
The most that is b;ing accomp'ishel
in the west by this sort of warfare, as
the latest British communications indi
cate, is that the allies have been able to
hold their lines in the main with here
and there small retirements befoie the
German assaults. The British losses, it
is acknowledged, are very heavy. An
official narrative of the fighting given
out in London to-day pays an unre-!
served tribute to the bravery of the j
The French official communication
of to-day after emphasizing the violent
character of the cannonading new in
progress, mentions a few localities in
Belgium and along the Ai&ne where
German infantry attacks were made.
These attacks, it is said, were repulsed.
The fighting along the eastern bound
ary of Germany is of a different char
acter. There is nothing there to cor
respond with the endless lines of
trenches which stretch across France.
Movements of tTOops are more mobile,
and the main battle line is shifting con
stantly. In France an advance of a to w
yards is worthy of mention. In Galicia,
Russian Poland and East Prussia, they
measure movements by scores of miles.
Little news of an offidal character
was received from the Russian fields
of battle. Private advices from Pe
trograd, however, dispute the German
claims to success in Russia Poland, as
serting th<»t the German offensive
movement ha c failed. The Russian
squadron is said to have left
fors, Finland, with the supposed inten
tion of engaging the German Baltic
Russia admits the truth of recent
Turkish statements that the invaders
from the north had been driven back.
The Russian advance guard, it is an
nounced officially, has been forced to
halt its march on Erzerum, the Turkish
town near the eastern end of the Black
British claims to victory in fighting
with Turks at Fao. a town in the Per
sian gulf, are disputed at Constanti
nople, where it is announced officially
that the English were repulsed with the
loss of 1,000 men.
The latest Austrian announcement
concerning the fighting in Servia is
that the advance in Servian territory is
being continued with success and that
8,000 prisoners were taken in one bat
General Christian De Wet. one of the
rebel leaders in British South Africa,
is reported to have been wounded in
the head. His followers, it is said, lack
eras aud are dispirited.
GERMANS ARE RENEWING
Amsterdam, via London*. Nov. IT.
423-4'_s Market St.. Harrisburg, Pa.
At the Entrance to the P. R. R. Station
F. B. AEDXNGEE,
30 Booms and Baths
Maurice E. Russ, Proprietor
Thud and Walnut Sta., Federal Square
Corner Market and Third Streets
Entrance on Third Street
Rooms provided lieat. Hot and
Cold Water. Baths free to guests.
W. H. BYERLY, Prop.
3f>» MARKET STREET
European Plan. Kates SI.OO per day ar.d
up. Rooms single or en suite, with
Luncheon. 11.30 to ! p. m.. 33e
Dinner daily, i lo i p. m., Mr
Special Sunday Dinner, 12 noon
to 8 p. m., 73c
A la carte service, 6 a. m. to 12 p. ni
HURTING A MINGLE. Proprietors
For something good to eat. Every
thing In season. Service the best,
prices the lowest.
No. 25 South Fourth Street
Directly opposite Loiou »iutio>.
tqutfpcd nIU all XiHlna Improve
■esUi rasilsg wstM la every rooiui
Sne bathi perfectly , sanitary | alcely
turalahed thraashoat. Rates Moderate.
JOSEPH OIUSTI, Proprietor.
~ THE BOLTON
Large and convenient Sample Rooms
Passenger and Baggage Elevator. Elee
trie Cars to and from depot. Electrie
Light and Steam-Heat; Rooms en suite
or single with Baths. Rates, 12.50 per
day and up
J. H. « M. 8. Butterworth, Props.
the right help is sought at the right
i, time. Indigestion is a torment
9 Biliousness causes suffering. Either
11 is likely to lead to worse and weak
f ening sickness. The right help,
1 the best corrective for disordered
i conditions of the stomach, liver,
8 1 kidneys or bowels is now known to be
and the right time to take this fa
mous family remedy is at the first
i sign of coming trouble. Beecham's
Pills have so immediate an effect
for good, by cleansing the system
and purifying the blood, that you
1 will know after a few doses they
; Are the
Luieot Sal. of A»y Madiciae in the World.
J Sold everywhere, la bole*. 10c„ 25c.
t 9.20 A. M.—The ''Telegraaf s'' corre
i a;undent at Sluis, Netherlands, states
i that artillery hre was again audible yes
s terday and that the Germans ar* re
. newing their efforts to cross the Yser
. near Nieuport. 'Hie wea-ther is improv
Dixmude, including the villages in its
. environs, has been entirely destroyed,
r On Saturday the windows at Sluis were
shaken by explosions beyond the bor
der where it was reported yesterday,
| bridges are again being blown up.
r Captain Xieussen, a famous Belgian
horseman, who with fifty landers cover
-1 ed ttie retrea't of the Belgian army and
r stood off the attack of the big voree of
* Germans until he was terribly wounded,
■ is recovering in I>utch territory where
1 he was carried bv his men.
ALL SUBJECTS OF ENEMY
MUST LEAVE FRANKFORT
lioiulon. Nov. 17, 5.47 A. M. —The
Amsterdam correspondent of Keuter's
Telegram Company sends the follow
"The Berlin "Voerwarts" an
nounces that the prefect of police at
Fraukfort has issued an order to the
effect that all subjects of hostile coun
tries. irrespective of age or sex, must
leave the town and district of Frank
fort by the evening of November 24.
They are free to go where they like,
with certain restrictions. For example,
they are not allowed to go to Berlin
or certaiu other towns.
"They must inform the police forth
with where they intend to go anl if
they «ire fouud in Frankfort after the
24th they will be arrested aud interned
at a concentration camp. The only ex
ceptions which will be made will be in
the case of people who are seriously
ill or those whose friendliness is guar
anteed by well known Uerman< Others
are permitted to return to their own
countries except Russians, especiallv
Russian agricultural laborers, who will
not be allowed to leave Germany for
PBISH COUNT ARRESTED:
!S CHARGED WITH TREASON
Venice. Via Paris,-Nov. 17. 1 A. M.
—Count Alexander Skarbek. a Polish
deputy, vice president of the Polish
club and one of the most prominent
members of the Polish party, was ar
rested at Neumarket, Galicia. on No
vember 5 charged with high treason.
Skarbek was the leader of the mili
tant Polaiiders of the East Galician sec
tion and organized the Polish legion
which marched out of Lemburg at the
end of August 6,000 strong. During
September the legion disbanfled at
M*zana, AVest GalieUi owing, it is
charge.l, to the action of Skarbek iu de
manding that the members should re
fuse to lake tiie military oath unless it
contain* * clause that the .Polish le
gion was organized for the purpose of
fighting for tue liberty of Poland.
At a meeting of the East Galician
section of the Polish national commit
tee Skarbek was severely censured for
this ai tiou whereupon he and a number
of his sympathizers withdrew from tiie
INTERVENTION BY PRESIDENT
AND QUEEN IS URGED BY PAPER
Amsterdam, Nov. 10, Via The Hague
and London. Nov. 17. 3.50 A. M.—The
" to-night prints' an edi
torial headed, "Is Intervention Possi
ble?" in which it urges the to-Wera
tion of the Cjueen of the Netherlands
and President Woodrow Wilson of the
United States in using : ' this'psycholog-
SIMPLY BREATHE IT
That's the Way You Use Hyomei, the
Safe Catarrh Remedy
The most pleasant, easiest, harmless,
and the really sensible? method for tho
cure of catarrh is Hyomei, which can
be had from any drug store. .lust put
twenty drops of the liquid in the small
inhaler that conies with every complete
outfit —then breathe it. A few min
utes' use almost iustantlv clears the
head and stops that annoying sniffling.
When using Hyomei every particle of
air that enters the breathing organs is
charged with an antiseptic, healing bal
sam that destroys the catarrh germs,
stops the unclean discharges from the
nose, relieves the irritation and quickly
heals the soro and inflamed tissues. The
first day's use of Hyomei will show a
decided improvement no matter-how dis
tressing the trouble.
Catarrh, which usually begins with a
neglected cold, often becomes a very
serious ailment, so don't wait but start
using Hyomei to-day—it is inexpensive
and H. C. Kennedy always, sells it on
the "No-cure-no-pay" plan. Adv.
BF PRETTY! TURN
GRAY HAIR DARK
Look Young! Nobody Can Tell If You
Use Grandmother's Simple Beclpe
of Sage Tea and Sulphur
Almost everyone know* that Sage Tea
and Sulphur, properly compounded, !
brings back the natural color and lustre ■
to tbo hair when faded, streaked or
gray; also ends daudruff, itching seal))
and »toi>B falling hair. Years ago the
only way to get this mixture was to
make it at home, which is mussv and
troublesome. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for "Wyoth's Sago and
Sulphur Compound," you will get a
large bottle of this famous old recipe
for about 50 cents.
Don't stay gray! Try it! No one
can possibly tell that you darkened your
hair, as it does it so naturally and
evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw this through
your hair, taking one small strand at a
time; by morniug the gray hair dis
appears, and after another application
or two, your hair becomes beautifully
dark, thiek and glossy. Adv.
ical moment" to offer mediation by
these two neutral nations.
''Since in three aud a half months
the peoples or" .Europe and Asia have
been drawn into a war of which the
original issues now have been forgot
ten," sa;rt( the editorial, "future ideal
results are impossible. The war is fast
degenerating into a purposeless conflict,
calling upon ail the worst passions of
all the nations."
A GRUESOME STORY OF 40,000
AUSTRI4NS BIRIEI) IN 1 DAY
Amsterdam. Via London, Nov. 17, 8
A. M. —The '■ Nieuwe Rotterdamsehe
Courant'' quotes a letter from a Oa
lician priest stating thrff 40,000 Aus
tins have been buried in one day in
a grave six and oue-half feet wide and
a little more than four miles long.
The bodies, the letter says, were laid
next to each other in three layers.
These men were killed, it is stated, dur
ing a battle lasting only a few hours.
EXPRESS FEARS FOR BRITISH
LINER WITH Bill MEAT CARGO
Loudon, Nov. 17, o A. M. —Grave
fears ar§ expressed for the safety of
the British liner La Cbreutina, which
has not beeu heard of since she left
Buenos Aires for Liverpool on Oetober
5. She carried a cargo of meat worth
The liner was armed for defepce and
one rumor suggest* that she has beeu
iu action with the German armed liner
Kronprinx Wilhelm and that both ves
sels were sunk.
Austrian War Loan Subscriptions
Vieuna. Via Amsterdam and Lon
don, Nov. 17, 9.19 A. M. —Subscrip-
tions to the Austrian war loan were
opened Monday and the first day's op
erations in this respect are considered
extremely successful. Besides a number
of large subscriptions, several hundred
thousand dollars in smaller amounts
have oeen offered.
Philadelphia Division —lo3 crew to
go first atter I p. m.: 117, 107, 106,
120, 122, 126.
Ktigiueer for 117, 1 ti7, 120, 122.
« Firemen for 107, 120.
Brakemen for 103. 107, 106» 120.
Eugiueers up: Tennant, Smeltzer,
Kautz, Grass. Heinecke, McOauley,
Crisswell, Keane, Matilev. Daris, Bair,
McGuire, Bissinger, Minnicb, Seitz.
Firemen up: Miller, Carr, Gilberg.
Wagner, Moffatt, Davidson, Dunlevv,
Bleich, Shive, Hartz, Kreider, Robin- |
son, Copilland. Moulder, I.ibhart, Ma-j
honey, Wilson, MoCurdy, Balsbaiigii.
Brakemen up: Allen, Rilev, Deuglcr. ;
Middle Division—lß crew to go firs:
after 12.20 p. m.: 24. 23. 20. 16. 19,
21. 26. 15.
Fireintn for 21.
Conductor for 15.
Brakemen for 16, lj.
Engineers up: Kugler, Smith. Free,
Simonton, Magill, Wissler, Minniek,
Firemen up: Weibley, Drewett,
Bornman. Seagrisi, Arnold. Potteiger,
Zeiders, Reedea Look, Gross, Sheesley,
Conductors up: Patrick, Gant, Bas- |
kins, Paul, Byrnes.
Fjagmen up: Mumma, Jacobs, Cain. i
Brakemen up: Kane, Baker, Wen
rick, Kerwin. Putt, Plack, Kipp,
Reese, Nearhoc.l, Bchoffstall, Stchl,
Bickert, Peters, Myers, Bpahr, Trov,
Pipp, Roller, Bell.
Yard Crews— Engineers up: Stahl,
Silks, Crist, Harry, Saltsman, Kuliu, j
Shaver, Landis, iloyler. llohenshelt,'
Breneman, Thomas, Rudy.
Firemen up: Gettys, Hart, Barkey, j
Sheets, Bair. Eyde, Essig, Ney, Myers, i
Boyle. Shipley. Crwo, Revie, Ulsb,
Bostdorf, Schiffer, Rauch, Weigle,
Lackey, Cookerly, Maeyer, Snell.
Engineers for 1270, 1820.
Firemen for 1270, 118, 2393.
P.. H. and P. —After 12.45 p. m.: 6,
12, 10. 11. 15, 4. 16, 9, 21, 22 19 17,
5, 7, 18, 2 8, 14.
Eastbound —After 12.45 p. m.: 51,
53, 62, 56, 69, 57. 65. 62.
Conductor up: Philabaum.
Engineers up: Wood, Sassaman,
Wyre, Wo land, Martin, Kettner, Craw
ford, Pletz, Rich wine, Fetrow, Massi
Firemen up: Sullivan, Palm, Longe
necker. Howell, Bingaman, Bowers, i
Brakemen up: Reach, Avros, Ensming
er, Taylor. Page, Cheney, Wyre, Miller,
Shade) - , Cook, Wynn, Longenecker,
Philadelphia Division —2ol crew to 1
go first after 3.45 p. 111.: 204, 220, i
216, 223. 236, 219, 209, 231.
Ktrgineer for 220.
Firemen for 220, 209.
Conductors for 20'2, 212, 216, 143. i
Flagmen for 201, 216, 220.
Urakomen wanted for 202, 21*2, 217, j
Conductors ivp: Steiuouer, StaufTor, i
Brakemen up: Stimelipg. Wieat, My- !
era, Fel'ker, Hoopcs, Orosby, Deets, iMua- 1
Middle Division —112 crew to go j
first- after 2..'!0 p. m.: 105, 144, 118, i
103, 1 17. 110, 106, 119.
Conductor for 119.
Flagmen for 114, 117.
Brakeman for 117.
HOLMAN GIVES STATEMENT ' j
U. S. Commission on Industrial Rela-;
tions to Consider Land Question
B) Associated Prcsi.
Madison, Wis., Nov. 17.—Consider-1
at ion of the American land question,!
particularly those aspects of the prob-l
lem which affect labor aud capital, is j
•to be taken up by the United States j
Commission on Industrial Relations in I
a public hearing at Dallas, Texas, in
December, after the conclusion of the
Denver hearing where the cause* of the
Colorado mine strike are to be dis
This statement was made to-dav by ;
Charles W. Holman. special agent for;
the commission, whose headquarters are |
4 Banks Affected by Reserve Plean
Of the 18 banks in the Harrisburg
Clearing, House Association the only
ones connected with the Philadelphia!
reserve bank which was formerly open
ed yesterday together with eleven other
federal reserve banks in various parts
of the country, are the Harrisburg, the'
Merchants' and the First National
banks of this city and the Steelton Na- !
tional bank, Steelton. The State banks j
are now waiting to learn definitely uu- |
der w?hat conditions they will be admit- j
ted to the system.
You Need This
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For Over-Eating, Drinking, Smoking or
Overwork of Auj.' Kind Causing
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"DREAM OF THE ORIENT' IS A
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One of the Players in "Dream of the Orient"
Practically unheralded, a gorgeous
musical and dancing playlet called "A.
Dream otf The Orient," slipped into the
Colonial yesterday and scored a triumph
that was easily the most successful ut
the Colonial a whole career. Much clev
er talent an.l gorgeous scenery hasn't
been seen before at the <.'olonial anil
each of the enseiri'ble numbers, either
vocal or dancing, was applauded to the
echo by capacity audiences last evening.
As one woyid glean from its title,
"A Dream of the Orient,'' t.hat the
piece is distinctly foreign. One first sees
a youth inhaling an opium pif« and he
soon sleeps ami dreams. Gradually a
beautiful scene monies into view which
is seeft tlhrongh a transparent screen,
growing more vivid as the lights are
Posing and reclining among elegant
stage setting, representing the interior
of a Turkish harem, is a bevy of the
ipretty girls. They soon break into
songs and dances, their numbers being
in keeping with the scene. The dreamer
8 Bta» tke Tfclar that Cauda It X
aad Ike C'onch will
A cough ig real I v one of our
I friends. It warns us that thorfr is in
flammation or obstruction in a danger
! ous place. Therefore, when von get a
i bad cough don't proceed to dose yourself
with a lot of drugs that, merelv "stop"
the eough temporarily bv deadening the
throat nerves. Treat the cause—heal tha
! inflamed membranes. Here is a home
made remedy that gets right at the cause
and will make Bn obstinate cough vanish
more quickly than you ever thought pos
I Put ounces of Pinex (50 cents
I w ?rth) in a pint bottle and fill the bottle
j with plain granulated sugar syrup. This
I Kives vou a full pint of the most pleasant
i and effective cough remedy you ever used,
; at a cost of only 54 cents. No bother-to
I Prepare. Full directions with Pinex.
Tt heals the inflamed membranes so
! paitly and.promptly that you wonder
how it does it. Also loosen* a dry, hoarse
I or tight cough and stops the formation of
phlegm in the throat and bronchial tubes,
thus ending the persistent loose eough.
Fines li a litghlv concentrated com
pound of Norway pine extract, rich in
guaiacol, and is famous the world over
I ' or its healing effect on the membranes.
To avoid disappointment, ask your
druggist for "2'A ounces of Pinex." and
?"v ■fopt'fc anything else. A guarantee
i of absolute satisfaction, or money prompt
! }Z refunded, goes with this preparation.
> Jhe Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, lad.
TO CANVASS MIL HITTERS
J Church Members and Ministers Will
To-morrow Call on All Who
Have Signed Cards
Church Day will be observed to-mor
| row by the churches of the city co-op
erating in tlif Stougli evaugelistic cam
paign, with services in the morning anil
| canvassing among trail hitters in tho
j afternoon. Congregations will gather in
; their church auditoriums at 10 and
10.30 o'clock, and will be told by their
i pastors what will b« expected of them
|in the present campaign. Members of
l the Stough party will not take part in
! any of the services.
This is the only occasion of its kind
i to bo observed by the churches during
i the Stough activities in the city. The
! purpose is to give the church members
! a start in actual work in the interests
j of the revival.
At the morning meetings, pastors
1 will have in their possession the cards
which have been signed by trail hit
ters jince tile trail hitting began last
Thursday. Plans will then be made for
a canvass of these converts by the min
isters and the church members. Men
will rail on men, and women on women.
The canvassing will be done in the aft
The meetings to-morrow morning will
j interfere with the Wednesday movnin;
conference of pastors with Dr. tough,
and it lias been postponed.
Cotton Market Quiet To-day
New York, Nov. 17. —The cotton
market was comparatively quiet n;tnvt
to-day. The action of yesterday's mar
ket seemed to have been generally sat
■ is factory in view of prevailing con,!: -
tions and the sagging tendency of prices
evidently created no apprehension as t >
; the position of the remaining old iu
soon arises and joins the fun-makers,
and ho is a dancer of uncommon abil
ity, too. l'"ine voices, pleasing players,
an unusual theme and real talent make
" A Dream of the Orient" an attraction
of merit and 'beauty.
Orr. Makarenko, who has just launch
ed the production into ,vaudeville, is
'himself an actor 'and singer of ability.
Ait the Colonial last evening he said ho
has been identified with grand opera for
a number of .wars, but just before he
produced this act he had to fulfill a con
tract with the ljiihin .Moving PfcWiro
Company, with whieh he has been asso
ciated for the last two years. At the
Colonial he is directing the music, for
fois act from the orchestra pit. During
the action of the piece he sings a uum
'ber from his position, displaying a voice
of remarkable range and volume. Tha
audience responded warmly to his ef
"The Dream of the Orient" should
not be overlooked by local vaudeville
"fans" for it is far from the beaten
path. • Adv.