The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, November 18, 1914, Page 5, Image 5

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T\irred tongue. Bad Colds, Indiges- .
tion. Sallow Skin and Miserable Hoad- I
aches come from a torpid liver and con
stipated bowels, which cause your stom- I
ach to become filled with undigested
food, which sours and ferments like j
garbage in a swill barrel. That's the i
first step to untold misery—indigestion, '
foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, I
•v- " ,
Henrietta D. Grauel
The Waste Product
fity dwollers, more than rural folks, !
realize that, the products allowed to '
waste on the farms of this country are 1
nitticient to !<eep those, who waut for I
f< od, in comfort. The great problem is !
liuw to utilize the waste product so that
all may have their share. The parcels
(Hist has done wonders, the Housewives'
I "ague has done more by talking and
preaching co-operation but the fanner
woman is the one who must solve the
eiiorir.oiifi arid important problem of
j-etlinj, the food to the consumer at the j
1 ast price of money and strength.
Our government admits wc art the j
worst wasters of any nation and it is !
vending a specialist into rural cominuni- I
lies to teach the gospel of using what i
is generally lost on the farms. This j
specialist is O. 11. Benson, Bureau of j
I'lant Industry, Washington, D. C. Mr. '
Benson has thirtv-flve hundred assist- j
ants in his work and they are scattered j
throughout the United States.
Everyone has heard of the canning I
clubs, tomato clubs and women's clubs j
that are springing up In town and conn
try. Mr. Benson is the man behind the I
lie and his assistants teach by doing, ;
through demonstrated lectures. For in- i
stance, last week Mr. Benson was in j
this state at the Experiment station, his \
audience consisted of State Institute
lecturers whose worlc is to go into the
various townships of the state and carry j
practical new ideas of best ways of II
doing old. time worn duties.
'One of the messages given at this 1 <
splendid session was not for village und i
country dwellers alone, but for city ii
people as well. It was "cultivate the ;i
vacant lot and back yard." When this :
i* done, Mr. Benson proved, there will !]
not be any little boy or any little girl
Receiver For Fruit Farms
Sunbury, Nov. 18. —Federal Judge'
Witmcr yesterday appointed L. 11. j
mm \mmm
I!rt Your Favorite Food and Never;
Fear After-Distress
There is a way for you to eat what- !
over your stomach craves. Jlany will '<
my "How I wish 1 could but I have 1
tied and every time it nearly kills me."
The veal trouble is that people who I
sutler the untold agonu of indigestion
do not realize that the stomach has
a lot of work to perform in digesting i
the food and if crowded with extra
labor it rebels and kicks up a fearful j
"Mi-o-na. a simple and inexpensive
prescription, easily obtained from il. C. I
Kennedy or any drug store, will quickly j
and effectively stop this disturbance or >
money refunded. It not only increases'
the flow of digestive juices, but surely
and safely builds up and strengthens
the stomach walls so that what you eat
is cared for as nature intended.
It's needless for you to suffer with
indigestion, heartburn, biliousness, sour,
gassy or upset stomach, for Mi-o-na |
tablets surely give prompt and lasting |
relief and perfectly harmless. Adv.
Special Low Rate Excursion
Sunday, November 22
| Famous Broadway; Towering Office Buildings,
TOO feet high; Central Park; Riverside Drive; ;
Grant's Tomb; Metropolitan Art Gallery;
Brooklyn Bridges.
Hu. rl.burg 5.45 a. m. CliristUana 7,12 a.m. ;
' 5.51 a.m. "arkefeburs, 7.20 a.m.
M.ddletown, 6.00 a.m. Coatejsvllle 7.29 a.m.
ui i w " 6.11! a.m. BowndnKtown 7.38 a.m. I
Alt. Joy 6.23 a.m. Pennsylvania Station, New
Lancaster 6.4 3 a.m. York, arrive, 10.35 a.m.
Returning, leaves New York (Pennsylvania Station), 6.50 p. m. j
SO.O« r A» u i $9.00
WWrrM Suada " I
Ticket* on nale heglnolnp November JO, iee fljr«rn. Connuit ticket Agrntn.
j severe colds, everything that is horrible
I and nauseating. A Cascaret to-night
j will surely straighten you out by uioru
: ing—a 10-cent box will keep your head
1 clear, stomach sweet, liver and bowels
| regular and make von feel cheerful and
bully for months. •
Don't forget your children—their lit
'tle insides need a good, gentle, cleans-
I ing, too, occasionally.
I whose parents cannot afford to buy
them an apple or who do not have the
1 good food they need. The hundreds who
I are hungry in Chicago and other large
| cities to-day would not need to be if
all the vacant, land in and around the
city was cultivated. If fruit trees were
planted wherever a fruit tree would
grow doctors would soon go out of busi
ness for the fresh fruit is the best med
icine in the world.
But another thing worth thinking
| about, that Mr. Benson suggests, is
I that this high cost of living we hear so
i much about is based upon the cost of
the meat diet, which is the most harm
! ful as well as most expensive article
|of our food. "Now,""'says this clear-
I headed young man, "if fruit and veg-
I etables were raised more freely the
cost of living could be computed from
j the vegetable end of the proposition
j and we would at once become an eco
nomical nation."
Mr. Benson is working for more
i canning days on the farm, days like
I threshing day when the men and wosien
j will both come to co-operative canners
j bringing their products with them ano
can the good country produce in open
[canneries. This is done in some states
j now, to some extent, and is most suc
cessful. The closed boiler or sterilizer,
tin can capper machine and other can
| fling necessities being used in common
j fry the farmers in a certain eighbor
-1 li ood.
(To-morrow 1 shall give you Mr. Ben
son's newest directions for using the
wimijfall apples. These apples are allowed to lie in the orchards,
| for the price paid for them by eider
{mills'and apple butter makers does not
:pay for their handling.
(To be continued.)
Boody, 'of Rupert, Teeeivct for -the
Guernse.vdffle fruit, farms of Columbia
county. The assets are $2,000 and li
abilities 8,000.
$8,000,000 Worth of Stamps
Washington. Nov. 1 S. —Thirty-two
of postage stamps for the holiday
rush, valued at more than $8,000,000.
were on their way yesterday from
Washington to postofli.-es throughout
the country. Mure than $2,400,000
worth was sent to Philadelphia and sl,-
422,820 wortfh to 410 postoflices in the
SonMi and Middle West. To New Yofk
was sent $4,071,000 worth of the
Will Go to Naval Academy
Pottsville, Nov. 18.—In the com
petitive examination established by
Congressman Lee for representation
from this Congressional district in the
Xaval Academy at Annapolis, two Mi
nersville boys were successful, Daniel
M. McGurl gets the appointment and
•lolni McCrystal will be the alternate.
Hunter Wounds Companion
Shamokin, N6v. 18.—Harvey Miller
and Martin Joines were on a hunting
trip near here; yesterday when Miller
saw a pheasant. He fired at it as liis
companion ste/pped in front of the gun.
A bullet entered Jones' back causing
e serious wound.
Had Been Drinking With Comrades
and Only Meant to Scare Hay-
Wagon Driver
Greensburg, Pa., Nov. 18.—"It was
[ who fired t'he bullet tihat killed Arthur
Wedge, the farmer, near Latrobe, Thurs
day uight; but 1 did iy>t commit mur
der intentionally," said Ernest Reaping,
better known a* "Ini-ih" Reeping, as
he stood trembliug with fear behind
the bars in the Westmoreland county
Ves," said the<boy, who bears many j
traces of dissipation, "1 fired Che bullet
that killed Mr. Wedge, and I will tell j
you how it occurred. John Showalter,!
liddie Bluskv, Tom Shaffer, Wilson Bur- |
ley and myself secured st case of beer |
early in the evening and went out j
in an automobile over the Derry road to 1
drink the beer.
"Our mau'ihine broke down, and short -J,
ly afterward Mr. Wedge, driving a l
team attached to a hav wagon came
along, going in the direction of Latrobe.
John Showalter approached the farmer
and asked him if he would .permit him
to ride in the wagon to Wedge
stopped his team and talked awful nice
to Showalter. He asltcd Showalter to
what (art of town he desired to go. and
just at Mi at moment 1 turned to the
'boys at my side and said, 'Watch me
si'are the old farmer!' anil I Bred into
the air, the bullet, I think, going far
above the head of the fanner.
"The horses, frightened at the shot,
started to gallop away. I fired another
shot in the direction of tlhe fleeing
man. and immediately he fell in the
wagon. I turned to my coinpanions and
said I believed I hail killed him and
that we had better get out o° that."
There Was Nothing So Good for
Congestion and Colds
as Mustard s
But the old-fashioned mustard-plaster
burned and blistered while it acted.
You can now get the relief and help
that mustard plasters gave, without the
plaster and without the blister.
MUSTEROLE does 4t. It is a clean,
white ointment, made with oil of nuis
tapl. it is scientifically prepared, so
that, it works wonders, and yet does not
blister the tenderest skin.'
Just massage MUSTEROLE in with
! the finger-tips gently. See how quickly
it brings relief—how speedily the pain
| disappears.
' And there is nothing like MUSTER
OLE for Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Ton
silitis, Croup, Stiff Neck, Asthma, Neu
ralgia, Headache, Congestion, Pleurisy,
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Pains and Aches
of Back or Joints, Sprains, Sore Mus
cles, Bruises, Chilblains, Frosted fee;,
Colds of the Chest (it often prevents
At your druggist's, in 20c ami 50c
.jars, and a special large hospital size
for Sl'.oO.
Be sure vou get the genuine MUS
TEROLE. Kef use imitations—get what
you ask for. The Musterole Company,
Cleveland, Ohio.
Wouldn't Let Sherman, of Illinois, Ride
in Her Private Car
Quincy, 111,, Nov. IS.—-Billie Burke,
leading woman in '• Jerrv," ordered the
conductor yesterday afternoon to ha\e
Senator Lawrence V. Sherman leave her
private car. The Senator was on his
way here to a Republican jollification.
Senator Sherman hastily entered the
rear coach of the train at Springfield
and .proceeded to read some mail. Di
rectly across the aisle sat an attractive
young woman, who soon called the con
ductor and that oUicial approached fhe
"What are you doing in this car 1"
asked the trainmau.
•'Why. I have a ticket for Quincv,"
Senator Sherman replied, ''and will pay
the extra for riding in the Pullman."
"Nothing iloin"; get out of here as
quick as von entered. Tirs is Hillie
Burke's private car."
The Senator complied. Byiie Burke
was told who she had ousted last night
and she enjoyed tftie joke as much as the
War Loan of $1,750,000,000
1-iondon, Nov. 18. —-The prospectus of
a British war loan of $1,750,000,000
was issued yesterday afternoon. The
loan will bear interest of lO'i per cent.,
will be issued at a price of 97,. and will
be redeemable at par on Mar-h 31,
1928. Five 'hundred million dollars of
the $1,125,000,000 war loan voted
Monday already 'has been taken by one
firm, it was announced yesterday in the
House of <'ommons by David bloyd-
George, Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Officials Returning to Paris
London, Nov, 18, 4.10 A. M.—The
Paris correspondent of the '"Times"
states that the whole legislative and
administrative stall's of the French
< ham'ber of Deputies will return to
Paris to-morrow as a prelude to the re
turn of the French government.
> *
A Medicine for
All Mankind
must be a tonic and stimulant for re
newing the natural, healthy activi
ties of the stomach and digestive or
gans, preventing waste*of the tissues,
B strengthening the whole
body and brightening the
faculties. Tnousauds make
it a rule to "Get Duffy's
and Keep Well."
w hen you I'eel weak
118 or worn out and need build
litMUhl iog up, follow the advice of
BMUB those whom
it has made
well, ask
ytrar drug- IL !n!9
Iwajwgil apst or deal-
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! Many Dignitaries and Laymen Attend
Session at Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Nov. 18. —The first
! ilfiy's session of the third province of
I the Episcopal Synod opened yesterday
' morning in Calvary Episcopal church,
East End, with prominent church dig
nitaries and laymen present from the
Bethlehem, Delaware, Erie, Harris-
I burg, Maryland, Pennsylvania, South
ern Virginia, Virginia tml Washington
dioceses. Each bishop of these dioceses
is a member of the synod. From each
diocese there are also four clerical and
four lay deputies.
In attendance are the Kight Rev.
! Phillip M. Rhinelauder, the Kight Rev.
! Thomas J. Garland, the Rev. L. X.
| Caley, the Rev. H. F. Fuller, the Rev.
I J. lieWoif Perry, all of Philadelphia,
! and the Rev. G. G. Bartlett, of Jeukin
| town. The laymen present jrom ..iJ
Quaker City are Henry Boonell, George
R. Bower, W. W. Frazier and Dr. J.
Nicholas Mitchell.
The feature of yesterday's session
was an address by the Right Rev. Dr.
Beverly D. Tucker, coadjutor bishop of
Southern Virginia diocese, condemning
"all the shame and horror" of the
European war. The religious services
at the opening of the session were con
ducted by Bishop Cortlandt White
head of the Pittsburgh diocese.
At the evening session the Rev.
Arthur s. Lloyd, I). l->.. and William B.
Butler spoke on "Missionary Activi
One of the Privatest Sort, He Adds,
For Sake of Emphasis '
New York, Nov. 18.—Theodore
Roosevelt, private citizen.
Thee is the latest role that the ex
President of the United States has
adopted. He declared yesterday that
that is the only capacity in which he
is going to appear until further notice.
When reporters sought to interview
him, he said:
"1 am a private citizen of the pri
vatest sort—and I haven't a thing to
say about anything."
He meant it, too. All attempts to
get him to comment on the election or
anything els t > were futile.
When the Colonel was interviewed
the day after election he said that he
wouldn't comment ou the returns un
til they were all in. They were all in
yesterday, but he had no comment to
Three Parties Wiped Out
St. Paul, Nov. 18. — The Progressive,
Socialist and Independent Labor parties
failed to ge: sufficient votes in Minne
sota at the recent general election to
entitle them to legal standing as polit
ical organizations, completed unoflicial
returns showed vesterdav.
Archbishop Blenk Out of Danger
Chicago. Nov. 18. Archbishop
.lames Blenk. of New Orleans, who was
taken to a hospital here last week,
was pronounced out of danger by his
physician yesterday. He will remain
at the hospital for some time, how
ever, for treatment.
Coast Citrus Jrop 932,000,004)
Los Angeles, >[ov. IS.—California's
citrus crop for the 1914-15 season is
estimated at 4,">,0 i 00 cars, valued at ap
proximately $32,000,000 by G. H.iPow
ell, general manager of the California
fruit t Growers' Exchange. This is
practically the same valuation as last
Remembers Only His Name After
Drinking KM) Glasses a Day
j Cincinnati, Nov. 18. —His mind 'i
I blank as the result, it is said, of drink
! ing 100 beers daily, is the condition in
j which .lohn Wuerster, driver of a brew
| ery wagon, finds himself to-day. Over
i indulgence in 'beer is held responsible
for his condition. The man's plight
\ was brought to the attention of the
j public yesterday in- an announcement
| to the effect that at Monday night's
| meeting of the Academy of Medicine
i Dr. Robert Ingram exhibited Wuerster,
j who is a patient at the Cincinnati bos
I pital.
Wuertser remembers his name, but
I his mind is a blank, as far as his pres
ent activities are concerned, the phy
| sieian says.
Romance of Six Decades Ago Culmi
nates in Marriage
j South Norwalk, Conn., Nov. I B.—\
j romance which has survived the jolts
! of GO years, including two marriages
J for each participant, had its culmina
llion here yesterday in the marriage of
| Adino Ezekial Brooks, 80 years old, and
i Mrs. Annie O. Baker, 74.
In 1854, when they were boy and
I girl sweethearts in New York, Mr.
Brooks anil Mrs. Baker had a little
j tiff, which led to their separation. Each
j was married twice and through all the
I years tihev have corresponded. They
j said that yesterday was the happiest of
{ all their life.
Accused by 15-year-old Girl, He Shoots
Los Angeles, Nov. 18. —Herbert W.
j Lewis, head of the Children's Homo
j Aid Society of California, committed
suicide in a park yesterday by taking
Lewis was arrested on Monday on
complaint of a 15-year-old girl in his
charge. He was to have appeared in
court yesterday* on a habeas corpus pro
ceedings. He was 55 years old, a man
of family and of more than State wide
| prominence in the work of rescuing
I waifs and reclaiming wayward girls.
He had protested his innocence of the
| offense charged against him.
Weigh yourself before commencing
to use Samose, the great flesh-forming
food. The wonderful sale of this prepa
ration since first introduced in Harris
1 burg and the remarkable results fol
lowing its use have made H. ('. Ken
: nedv such an enthusiastic believer in
! the great value of Samose that he gives
j his personal guarantee to refund the
! money if Sainose will not make thin
people fat and restore strength and
! health to those who use it.
This is a strong guarantee, but 11. C.
Kennedy has seen so many of his cus
tomers who a few weeks ago looked
like walking skeletons become plump
and well, through the use of Bai»'ose
that he feels he cannot say too much
to induce people to try it.
This marvelous flesh-forming food is
assimilated as soon as it is takeu into
the stomach, makes good rich blood,
tones up the weakened system, helps
to assimilate the food and makes the
user plump, well and rosy. Adv.
Fragments of Clothing, Boots and a
Brass Button Indicate That They
Had Been Members of the Union
Gettysburg, Nov. IS. —Lying little
more than fifteen inches below the sur
face, the bones of two soldiers were
found n't the southwestern edge of
town by William H. .Johns, who is en
gaged in doing some work about his
property on Steinwehr avenue. The re
mains, it is believed, are those of two
I'nion men.
The discovery was made bv Mr.
Jones while he was digging a ditch to
lay a water pipe. The larger bones
were found, the limbs of both soldiers
being fairly well preserved. The boots
of the one were still there, though the
toes were missing, evidently cut oil" by
a plow. The land has been cultivated
for years and why the bones were not
turned up before is hard to understand.
With the bones were found part of
an 'old army hat, a number of teeth
and a brass button, indicating that, one
of the men 'belonged to a Union com
mand. No money and no personal ef
fects were found with the liones.
Missed Cat, Hit Cow
Waynesboro, Nov. 18.— A boy from
town, while hunting on the land ten
anted by Stover Kriedley, west of
town, shot at a cpt that he mistook for
a rabbit and accidentally hit one of
Mr. Priedley's cows that was in pas
ture. Fortunately the hunter was a
good distance from the animal and the
shot didn't penetrate deeply, leaving
the cow only slightly injured.
Township Exonerated by Jury
Carlisle, Nov. 18, —A verdict in fa
vor of 'the defense was returned t« a
jury in common pleas court liere late
yesterday in the suit of Cumberland
County against Kast Pennsboro Town
ship. The action was a claim made
•by the county against the township for
the cost of repairing a certain stretch
of township road. The jury found that
the township did uot agree to bear a
portion of thv "ost, of the road-build
ing, as was alleged by the plaintiff.
An apipeal will be taken by counsel
representing the county and argument
presented to the court for the purpose
of having decided technical points
which it is contended are involved in
the controversy.
Ministers to Aid Belgians
Carlisle. I'a.. Nov. IS. The United
Ministers of Carlisle have arranged for
a house-to house canvass and extension
of a campaign over Cumberland county
to gather funds and supplies for the
suffering Belgians. The committee in
charge is W. A. Hutchison, chairman;
the Kevs. F. T. Plummer. E. H. Kellogg,
M. A. Kennelly and A. R. Steck.
Tiued for Swearing
Hagerstown, Nov. 18.—Henry Mor
rison, who keefps bar in the Curtis sa
loon, North Jonathan street, was fined
yesterday by Justice Ankenev $1 on
the charge of swearing on the street.
The fine was paid.
Morrison pleaded guilty, but said
that John Seeord, who had sworn out
the warrant for hiiu. had fllso sworn
ou the street, and secured a warrant
for him. In commenting on the case
Justice Ankeney said there is entirely l *'
too much swearing on the street anil
every one found doing the samp should
"be arrested.
Close Hearing on Will Case
Chamberslburg, Nov. IS.—The trial
ot the Huhrman will ease in common
pleas court, with Judge Charles V.
Henry, of Lebanon county, specially
presiding, was concluded yesterdav.
Charles A. Bnhrman. who died in RouV
erville, was found to be a person of
weak mind and some time after this
action lie made a will, which was ad
mitted to prdbate. Action was then
brought to establish the validity of t he
will. Decision is pending.
Senator Hoke to Address Elks
('arlisle, Nov 18. —For the annual
"Lodge of Sorrow," in which the mem
bers of the Carlisle Lo ige of Elks will
hold memorial services in honor of their
ilea I brothois, Senator .1 olin W. Hoke,
of < hamber-jburg. has been secured iw
orator. The services will this year b.;
held ou Sunday, December (i. There
also will be a number of musical selec
tions, both vocal and instrumental.
Senator Stone's Plurality 54,517
1 Jefferson City, Mo., Nov. 18. —Sena-
tor William .1. Stone, Democrat, had t
plurality of 3 4,517 when he was re*
elected to the Senate November I!, ac
cording to the official returns announced
by the Secretary of State yesterday.
Dog Fires Gun, Wounding Master
Millville, \. J., Nov. IS.-~W4vil«
gunning for rabbits in South Millville
late yesterday, Kobert Foster was shot,
in the foot 'by his own gun. He was
taken to the Viueland hospital, where
two of his toes were amputated. Fos.
ter had wounded a rabbit and laid hi'i
gun down to catch it. One of the dogfc
struck the gun with its foot and it
was discharged.
Boy Hunter Shoots Himself
Lancaster, Nov. 18.—While rabbit,
hunting. Felix l-andis, of Eden, It!
years old, wa sshot in the hip by the
accidental discharge of his gun and is
now in the Lancaster general hospital
in a serious condition.
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