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I An Old, Family Cough f
Remedy, Home-Made i
Easily Prrarr<-(Mt> Very T
I.IUIr, kilt la Prompt, S are I
•H Klrrtln ♦
fry nukinc thit pint of old-time ctvijfii
srrup at homo vou not only stn e about
K. comprl with the redv-made
kind, hut you will also have a much more
rromm and positive remedy in everv wav.
1 overcomes the usual coturhs. throat and
chest cold* in 24 hours —relieves even
whooping coujfh quickly—and is excellent.
t<V>. tor bronchitia, bronchial Asthma,
hoarseness and spasmodic croup.
Get from anv driyr store ounces of
Tine\ 100 cents worth >. pour it into a
pint bottle and fill the bottle yvith plain
granulated sucar svrup. Full directions
wiih Pinex. Keeps perfectly and tastes
■\ou en feel this take hold of a eouph
or oold in a way that means business. H
quick I V loosens the drv. hoarse or pain
ful cough ami heals the inHamed mem
branes. It also has a remarkable effect
in overt-online the persistent loose cough
bv stoppins the formation of phlespn in
the throat and bronchial tubes.
The effect of Pine on the membranes is
known by almost everv one. Pinex is a
most valuable concentrated compound of
genuine N'orwav pine extract combined
with truaiaeol and other natural healing
There are minr worthless imitations
f this famous mixture. To avoid dis
appointment, ask vour druggist for **2 Vi
ounces of Pinex.'' and do not accept ear
A guarantee of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this preparation. The Pinex Co., Fi
TKADK R VL.WCK GROWING
November Figures 922,000.000 Great
er Tiian for October
Washington, P. l'„ IVo. IT.—Novem
ber t'oreigu trade statistics show a bal
ance of trs-te in favor of the I'niteJ
States of $79,-99,417 for the mouth.
The balance in favor of the United
State< was $.">6,630,650 for Odober
and $16,341.72. for September, while
in August the balance was i 19,100.
406 against the United States.
November's exports, announced yes
terdav by the l>epartment of Ooni
nierce. totaled $2'0.T66.424 aud im
ports sl2<Mt>7.Oo7. There was a de
crease of $71,000,000 in the exports
of cotton against November, Kilo, but !
all other articles as a whole showed a
net increase of $o 1.000,000. Novem
ber's export total was an increase of
$9,000,000 more than October. $49,
000.000 more than September and $90,-
000.000 more than August.
Foreign trade for the 11 months en i
ing with November with the 1
>ame 11 months of IJ* 13 showed a de
< tease of $;'S'J,94 3."61. the total being
$1,674,619,401, an i an increase of'
s66.t'4s,4SJ in imports. Hold export*
in the II months cudiug with Novem
ber were $ against SSI.-
2-6.017 in the same months last year.
To I'orc n Cold is One Da*
Take LAX ATI VK BROMO QUIXIN'B
Tablets. DrugnUti" refund monev i; it
fails to cure E. W GROVE'S sisna
ture is on each box. Jsc.
BANK TET.T.ES ARKESTED
John W. Baldwin. Pittsburgh. Is
Charged With S! 1.000
Pittsburgh. Dev. 17.—John W. Bald
win. feller at the i,i*>ert\ National
Innk. of this city, was ar estcd y ester- ,
day charged with the. omite lenient oft
$14.00" of tiie hank s funds. Ii forma
tion was'made by S. H. I* - oo;>er, ua
tional bank examiner, who lis. overed
the alleged snortagc.
Baldwin, who has been employed by
t%e bank for >ix jreui,'was recently I
promoted. The ir "ormation alleges rha:
SI,OOO of the money wm taken this
week and the other $13,000 sin e June
(*olf. I runln, Hoatinfi, Knthlau.
Tur* I nr. Hotel*, Shore Kxoursioni.
Twin "KFBXI HliN" ; ' 15 Tons
Screw -.2- DCH.m.VIA.I displacement
Filrl, noHf( nod only steamer kind-
Ibk paaoeaßcrx at the dork in Ilermuda
without trauMfer hy tender.
S. S. GuiEQ3 and other Stoainers
fortnight for Thomas, St.
St. Kitt>. Antiqua, Guadeloupe,
Dominica, Martinique, St. Lucia. Bar*
bados. and Demerara.
For lull Information apply to A. E.
Ol TKRBtIIIHrIC A I 0.. iKrnt.i ijurhrc
K t 0.. I.td.. Si Broadway, New York.
• r aa> Ticket \)teot.
HAVANA a 7n d c p^ ts
Sailing? Thursdays and Saturdays.
V eeltly service from New York and
direct connections with Havana.
ForT.-s' <: u Strait
J. S. HAVANA !*.NP T Dngla-n,,!
$• S SAtATOGO !* CM T.u DapkceMl
•nd Rett of lixje •' r. n, - r J m lcn jce.
B jut ii Antfrc and uiiing under the
ScpaMtearcoanbinrd tour, of 10 and 23
oay*. /0 00 and up KxcaUcat trmcr.
>wc.i paw™ Qti.rtM., BwAieta,
mie. and adiaJuln w,i| be prompti,
•applied on app.icalioa.
NXW YORK and CUBA MAILS. S. CO.
GEWEXAL OFFICES. P!Et 14.EJ1..N. Y.
Oi any Itailroail Ticket Office or
Authorized Tourist Agency
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INITIAL TUMBLER OFFER '
S| This coupon and 4ft cento, entities the bearer to
hfffM Oae Half DozenFancySterling jjj
> 1 liVllil Silver Initial Tumblers
H'VUJ j I ||J Coupon must be presented at the offlce of
I 1 ,1 ||| THE STAR
■j —1 IJjjjji 18 M 20 22 South Third St., 11b rrisburg, Pm.
If wanted by mall, to centa extra.
> | CHEAPER roiLTHY FALLACY
> Farm Chicken Flocks Mot Big Enough
to Produce Effect - -
| ! 3ta:e t\>ilejp?. Ha., Dec, 17.—Soaring
> I prices of ejljis aui the steatiT decreaj-c
> J in poultry products yvill contiuue tndeti-
J j uitciy in th*s rpuntry unless there is an
> j unprecedented increase in. the number
of fowls kept on farms, was the c\i
i • piauatiou tillered yesterday fur the ad
vancing prices, bv M. t*. Kilpatrick. in
| i charge of poultry husbandry at the
' Penasylvania State College. Ha said
j the operation of the law of supply and
, . demand, and uot the cold storage 'ware
, t house or the foot and mouth disease
. j was the cause of the present market
, . condition.
| "Market reports show," said Mr
, Kilpatrick. "that the prices of poultry
4 products have been steadily advancing
s j for the last 20 years, due to the j-api.i
iuerease iu consuming population, au
t , increase in the per capita consumption,
'a due both to the increased price of beef
" I and other meats, and a growing pre
t ference for poultry products, and it
, | slow increase in the number of barn
i yard fowls. He poitito >. out that Penn
sylvania ranks lifteenth among the
' States in average farm income from
j Speaking of the average farm rtock,
Mr! Kilpatrick said in this state
they averaged only 62 fowls, and
i that th t > average income from
• was only annually. He could
| see no reason why farmers cbuldn't
have 150 to 300 chickens, that would
, yield greater profit with little addi
t tional trouble and expense.
Pittsburgh's Leper Dies
l Pittsburgh. Dec. 17.—Yee Tom, 46,
? I Pittsburgh > only leper, died at the mu
) n -ipql hospital here Tuesday night. He
! w"hs stricken about four vears a SO and
j s nee that time had livod under
in a shanty wlii h was iuilt aS,>u: C>oo
>ard< from the main building of the
t' SPECIAL NOTICE TO
|j HAKRISBURG FOLKS
We wish to announce we are cx
, elusive Harrisburg ageitts for the simple
mixture oMtuckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc.. known as Adler i-ka. This remedy,
used successfully for appendicitis, is
the most THOROUGH bowel cleanser
we ever sold. It is so powerful that
ONK SPOON'FI'I. relieves alntist ANV
CASK of sour or gassv
j stomach. Adler-i-ka tivver gripes, is
safe to use and the INSTANT action is
; surprising. (!. A. Gorgas. 16 North
Third street and Pennsylvania Railroad
QHZ CAPTIVE OX MI RDER
Cliieken Handler Arrested in Connec
tion With Bad Case
New Vork, Hec. 17.—James Moore,
a chicken handler, employed in the
yards of the Un-katvauna Railroad at
Hobokeu. was arrested yesterday after
noon Detectives Allen aud Ton r.
of th t - Homicide Bureau, and taken to
headquarters to be questioned about
the murder of Barnet Haff by gang
gunmen three weeks ago. Moore's ar
res was made on su old warrant rharg
ing assault, but it yvas admitted bv
Captain larney that the Baft' murder
was behind his appreheusion.
Two or three uiore arrests in connec
tion with the Baff case are to be made
sooa. It is reported at headquarters
j that the detectives have duishej their
, investigation and the time has come to
round up the suspects. However, there
was nothing said directly implicating!
Moore with the murder of Baff.
RICH POLICEWOMAN QUITS
Friend of Maude's Wayward Girls
Will Have No Successor
Muncie, ind., Dec. 17.—Muncie's
rich policewoman. Mrs. Thomas F. Hart.
ha resigned. The wife of a million
aire. Mrs. Hart joined the force a year
ago :u order to heip wayward girls. She
wore a uniform and carried a mace.
Her health, she says, will not permit
her to continue the work.
No successor will be appointed, ac
cording to memi>ers of the police;
KILLED WITH CEOWBARS
Harry Smith Charged With Slaying
David Dempsey at Jerome
Jerome. Pa.. Dec. 17.—David Demp-j
sey, aged IS. is dead, end Harry Smith,
22 years old. is in jail charged with
murder as a result of a fight fought
with crowbars ;n a mine of fhe Jenner-
Coal Company here Tues '
day night. The fatal fight took place;
several hundred feet under the ground
following an argument over t'ne dis-!
, tr ion tion of coal cars?
Smith, a young married man. i
aij a: Somerset, and is sail to have
onfessed that he struck the fatal blow.
Dempsev was taken from the mine
unconscious and died a few hours later
. from a fractured skull.
BOILERS RIP FINE MANSION
Two Explode in Wirt Home aud Do
Bloonis-inirg, Pa.. IV-. 17.-—Damage
wii h will run into the thousands was
• -e in the home o*f Paul E. Wirt, the'
fountain pen manufacturer, when one
of two hot water boilers in the i-cllar ;
Doors leading into the 'basement were •
torn off. pictures were thrown from the '
walls aud the hardwood floors of the '
mansion, said to have cost over S-"i0,
000. were torn up. Chairs were hurled
several feet and the front porch was
:noved about a foot on its foundation. .
A - ra'k runs from fhe first floor of the
, building to the roof.
Carelessness Kills Physician
Lancaster, Pa.. Dec. 17.—Dr. Clar-!
ence H. Hagmeier picked a pimple,
blood poisoning developed and death re- •
suited. He was a graduate of the I'ni- 1
versitv of Pittsburgh aud had practiced
■three months here.
TTAUKISIU HG STAT?-I\DBPENDKNT. THURSDAY KVENTNCi. DBOKM BKK 17. 1914
' wisrn A mrm m£
I THIS SALE ABSOLUTELY AND POSITIVELY CLOSES WITHIM 24 HOURS B
Every Piano—Every Organ—Every Player-Piano—All Must Go—At Some Price ii
, k THIS IS THE CRACK OF DOOM IN PIANO SELLING a THIS IS THE LAST STAND, OUR BACKS ARE TO THE WALL A M
t"lir riflpii Ik mi Hie wall. Tlie His .*ale la ni-urly over. All Piano*. Itcsnnllrn* of \\ lirn our doora nlam open al S O'clock Friday MornUm We Will Hump Ihe lialanee of m
I;i nli< >. I'rlce ur Tvriua, *1nI He <<ll. Ue will no! accept >o for an Vusnrr. The " :i " ""'e "toek upon the >lnrke< nt I'rleeM ho itldlciilonnlv lon that ii nill liecanr coin- jP3
I'iant.. >ln <;o. rii Is Final, tome t thl Store Hrln \loo E >lii M teal I rleml lrlon. We will Offer IMnno* that hnve stood for (iuii!it> and IMaalt; for year*. :il m
I-1..U <1... ... I ... ... " ~n> 1 1 • price* nnd terms that Will Kevolutloniae l*iano Scllluk. Kvcrv Piano and Plaver Will
IK k <nu tfcc I inuo \ou tike. Make na an offer and If it Ih ntfliln the Realm of Posnl- He Sold lleiore t loalnK. I'lil.o i~ Final. l)o >Oll renlire what tliia meant.? Piniios tli:t H
bility We will Accent it. We hnvr asaln tione Over the Stock and flit and Slashed have xtood the test of lenr* Will Practically lie auctioned off. tome to <ltlm (.rent, ffil
1111" Tl Mt " Tli t X'T ri iMI V ill * 111- irfcl! Vu srnds a'phiao ll*in. .IU' 't Hji:, VM M. 1.1, HI I I V g
II S Hapes Piano! I Th,s Ka S R > ficent i
I T£RMS AWeek | j | Ter ' ms Down A Wetk 1 1 1
EASY PAYMENTS EASY
S® 1 "* 1 **■■■ THIS STORE IS OPEN TO-DAY
ggfegpS WINTER PIANO COMPANY |S|fSi£:™||
23 N. 4th St., Harrisburg, Pa., H. M. ELDRIDGE, Manager liiBBBManJ |
The Tvutb j said the moralist. "I see \erv few of 1 tiers on raiuy days to stare at "Thai's riffht.l' uprce.l hi offserv -1 t hev <lon't have to w tit for riiny
"Men are more soiwible."! tHeru conre"ating on tb trtroet cor ■ ia.lies." * ing frienKl. "With the patent styles .lav's." Puck-