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George i. Drag Stores Selling!
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A C&acee to Sstoa fc'xgsrses
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I.'. If. S. tim!i. to or to-morrow and
piv.-t. nH ig th«' coupon below, win !>«» * :*-
title*l 'to a 0 • .ttle of S hlft'matin's
Coiuu'ntratert luxpeetoraut for liu'.f pr' *e.
Hut remi > '.or :i ;h o flays only. With
a vit a to jvivia • t'.i o who have not
yet us*-.l t'-'i" i reme.ly a a op
portunity or p-;. ii v "t to ;v \ its mer
it a. all p ; a »' : . .:U» 4 Jili>»:.riv»''n
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low. Kv6ft til II : • dof audi
a mcilk'iaj at tin- ;> at tii.. . it will
pa\ t » !>uy one t - !.<y. fis .some
iii'v!ieiTu.« i.-i sure to ho roquirru before
tiu c Inter is <■ but tlii" :• teily
c • ' - * Y.:r r-'-i.v :• «.:nin.
Thin excellent remedy is so strungly
cdiu-eiitrau\i ia;i t - ouu .. ho
i ..ith ;*.mply one pint of grran-
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( let •>r«linf? t > print l di.«ctions> v.. •;
a v. hole f;in;ily sr »]•• (1G ounrr-*, ; s
irrii; !i ns would* ordinarily Co3t $-.00 to ,
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TMs coupon and lire i.i Rood f<»r one (only) ."»Oe bottle of j
Concentrate*! i'-vpeetorant nt George \. (aorfga** Urn.4 Store*, if presented ?
| »o-tlaj or to-morrow o*il>. I I
S :\nme, «. \ddror*, > s I
y ' Henrietta D. Grauel
White Sponge Cake —Angel Food
The whitest and finest cake made is!
called Angel food and it is nothing
more or loss than a white sponge cake.
Its beauty lies in its exquisite fineness
of texture and wonderful lightness.
Eleven tn thirteen eggs are called for
in most recipes and the whites alone
are used. The increasing price of eggs
make this rake almost a luxury so we
turn to the professional bakcr~for a
solution of the question. We know he
uses some other leavening agent thani
Here is the bake-shop recipe: Whites
of 6 eggs; cup of sifted granulated
sugar, % cup sifted flour, teaspoon
cream of tartan 1 teaspoon flavoring
extract. ( Buy cream of tartar at drug
The cream of tartar, the flour and the
sugar arc sifted together, but first the
sugar is sifted alone for it must be finer
than most granulated sugar is or the
cake will not rise. The eggs are whip
ped until firm enough to cut in slices 1
with a knife. This is called a "dryj
whip." Add the extract to the eggs
and sift in the dry ingredients lightly!
without beating. A fork or slotted
spoon should .be used for the mixiug.
The ordinary spoon is too heavy and
breaks the air cells in the eggs. Rake
this cake in a loaf pan in a slack oven
from twenty to thirty minutes. When!
baked turn pan upside down to cool, do
not try to take cake from pan until it!
As this cake has a tendency to fall I
in the middle special pans are made f"r
baking it called tube pans that prevent
it falling. j
f THE DAILY FASHION HINT.
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iV^ICS 1 ' 4tec \ ' * *
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/Jot wwnn that are n tint off the white are to be very fashionable, as tills !
dress of cream net over chiffon Gold and tomato red ribbon make a biilliant j
color girdle Filet lace sleeves and overbodice drapery. Leghorn hat with '
black velvet ribbon and bright flowsrs.
ROSENBERGER AT FOOD SHOW '
Chief Bacteriologist of Jefferson Col
loge Visits Lancaster
Lancaster, Feb. 4.—The speaker at •
Lancaster's Pure Food Show yesterday
afternoon was Dr. Randall
chief bacteriologist of JetTbrson Medical
College, Phil.'.felpliia, whose topic was
".Mllk as a Fool and Its Dangers." j
An unusual gathering was present
at the central market. .1 big audience;
of farmers anil their patrons beinj; ad- j
dressed by Ilarrv P. i assidy, of pure
foiij fame. .Mr. Cavsi.ly spoke on
"What Pure Food Means-to the Farm
ers oi Lancaster County."
flit.OO for the same quantity of the oil.
or Unary. reaMy-made kinds of cough
nn'iiicino, of doujcfal merit. It is pre
i rod from hi .r.nlo-sfl plants,
contain.'? absolutely no c'alor fortn,
opiura. mo:; i ine, or any other narcotic
or injurious dru-cs whi a do most Cough
Uem>;iit.s, ami an ti rcfo'e bo £i\en
to with perfect c.frty. It is
ploav. at t» tal'.o aud el il. an are fond
; > It. l.ta-ided absolutely r Jo : i. 4 k what- i
o'fr is run in buyir.g this romeay, in:
,Cii.'«»r: •' \. v'-areas' ' : u *.;• Store.- will re-;
fund your 25c if it is not foun the !
very be.it remedy ever used f<sr Stub- j
;lmrn Co'r;*hs. Colds, itronc.litis, Crou:>,
Whoop in a or Hoarsenes?. Pc:-
s a • a■ after the au;».»ly bus been
sold or living out of the itv whore it;
i 'iir.i.; in- üb«; ined of a lm\/l 'lrugfcist,
will not be disappointed but will be sent j
a botil., PO:K -aid. upon icveV;:- of Uio
" ooup u ir-!.: 25 c. »."*"» vicllm: " a v "vuo
: i .. •> n letor to-day. Address It. J.
> hi tmann, 205 W. »th St., St. 1 aul, )
Plain white icing for above: 4 table j
! spoons of powdered sugar, V white of
egg. I'se just enough of the egg to
moisten the sugar to a paste that will
j spread. This icing may be tinted for
special occasions; for instance on St.
Patrick's day it can be made green with j
cake coloring. For patriotic dinners j
| the flag can be worked on it with red j
I and blue coloring.
The ercipe given here ffe.y be dou
bled and a large cake made, and, if de- |
sired, ornaments may be used on it. t
These are made with the frosting given J
above but it should be moist enough to j
i flow. The pastry tubes used for pining '
the decorations onto cakes cost about
five cents each and the pastry bag cai
be made at home from ducking o i
rubber cloth. It only takes a little
practice to make handsome piping. i
DAILY MENU !
Fruit Cereal and Cream
Hot Biscuit Bacon
Hashed Browned Potatoes
Coffee Breakfast Cocoa
Fruit Sandwiches Tea
Bread Sticks Olives
Stuffed Roast Turkey |
Sweet Potatoes < orn Cauliflower
Ice Cream Angel Cake Coffee
RUN DOWN BY AUTO
Man of 55 Severely Injured in Lower
Gwynedd, Montgomery County
Norristown, Pa., Feb. 4. —A. P.
Smith, 55 years old, was admitted to
Charity hospital, seriously injured as
the result of being struck "and run over
by an automobile on Bethlehem Pike,
j at Lower Gwynedd.
lie was attempting to board a trolley
j car on the Lehigh Valley transit lino
when the accident happened. Mis right
arm is so badly crushed thilt it may
have to be amputated. The left arm is
fractured and he has lacerations and in
ST A T> -T>Tn P pre VTTTOT. THURSDAY EVKJN»N<i. 4, 1015.
\ 0 MY
|/ 4 * | HEART
'■ - ' £ ;Lj By J. Hartley Manners
A Comedy of Youth Founded by Mr. Manners on His
Civat Flay cf the bime Title -Illustrations
from of the Play
Copyright, ITI3, by P cJ'j, Mc:il i> Company
Mrs. ei)ifl:.'s'iT cUv-o. 1 . ln»r cypi :inu
shlvert'cl. S!>' :tsi;o,l AlrSlif to rl:i».
As tli :t youiiK t'fiitlni.-in pnsso;l Ethi't
on Ills V.m.V to tile lie!! 'it> sniil: "It
can't rcMlly lie truo! Kli. rtlirl
I "Quaint." \v:!K r.:: hi- r replied.
II:Mvl;e« ues l.'llv drew FVj»N ittten
i tlon to her tiiint li.v introdiieinj; her:
"This hid.v Is Mrs. Chichester- your
I aunt." Pes looked at her doubtfully
| a moment, tlien turned to llawUes and
"Where's me uncle''"
"Alas, my dear child, your uncle is
I "Dead!" e:;clainie<l Per; In surprise.
I "Ailher sendln' for tneV"
| "He died just before you sailed."
j added Hawkes.
I "(>od rest his soul." said Pes piously.
"Sure, if I'd known that I'd never have
tome at all. I'm too late, then.' Good
f.'ay to ye," and she started for the
! Mr. Hawkes stopped her.
"Where are you irolng?"
"Rack to me father."
| "Oh nonsense'"
j "Bfit 1 must go back to me father
If me uuele'a dead."
"It was Mr, Kiugsnorth's last wish
that you should stay here under your
unt's care. So she has kindly con- j
sented to give you a uo.ne."
Peg gazed at Mrs. Chichester curi- i
j "Have ye?" she asked.
Mrs. Chichester, with despair in ev- '
. cry tone, replied, "I have!"
j "Thank ye." said Peg, bobbing an
: other tittle courtesy.
Mrs. Chichester gazed at Peg and '
I covered her eyes with her hand as if [
!io shut out some paiuful sight.
I Peg looked at Mrs. Chichester and at j
! ike significant action. There was 110 '
mistaking its significance. It convey
t ed dislike and contempt so plainly that j
Peg felt it through her whole nature.
I She turned to Alarie and found him re- |
1 garding her as though she were some
strange animal. Ethel did not deign j
to notice her. She whispered to I
"I can't stay here."
"Why not':"' asked the lawyer.
"I'd he happier with me father," said i
i "You'll be quite happy here—quite." j
j "We're not wanted here. Michael!"
j The terrier looked up at her and then
buried his head under her arm as i
j Jarvis came in response to the ring
! nt that moment, bearing a pained, mar- i
tyr-like expression on his face.
Mrs. Chichester directed him to take 1
away Peg's parcels and the dog.
Peg frightenedly clutched the terrier.
"Oh. no, ma'am," she pleaded. "Plaze i
lave Michael with me. Don't take him |
away from me."
"Take it a way," commanded Mrs.
Chichester severely, "and never let it
inside the house a gain."
"Well, if yo don't want him inside |
yer house ye don't want me inside yer j
house," Pe:; snapped back.
"Xo!" said Peg firmly. "I will not !
give him up."
The lawyer tried again to take the
dog fr. ::: her. "C 'nie!\Miss O'Connell;
yon really must be reasonable."
"I don't care about being reasona- j
ble.V replied Peg. "Michael was given [
to me by me father, an' Uc'm not very I
big. an' he's not a watchdog: he's a pet i
dog—an' look!" She caught sight of \
Ethel's little poodle, and. with a cry of |
self Justification, she sai l:
"See. she has a dog in the house— j
right here in the house. Look ut it!" j
Aud she pointed to where the little;
ball of white wool lay sleeping on Eth- 1
el's lap. Then Peg laughed heartily. ;
"I didn't know what it was until it j
Pe3 and ths Chiches'.sr Family.
PEC; tlnnlly weakened under Mr. '
Hawkes' powers of persuasion.
Patting Michael on the head,
she said to the footman:
"Ye won't hurt him. will ye?"
Michael at that stage licked her baud
and whined, as though he knew they
were to be separated. Peg comforted
hiiu and went on: "An' I'd lie much
obliged to ye if ye'd give him some; i
watlier an' a lione. He loves mutton I
Pcfe looked down and found Alarie |
Bitting at a desk near the door staring)
at her in disgust.
He was such a funny looking little !
fellow to Peg that she could not feel!
any resentment toward him. His sleek, |
well brushed hair; his carefully creas- j
ed and admirably cut clothes, his self ■
sufficiency and, above all, his absolute
assurance that whatever he did was
right amused Peg immensely. He was
an entirely new type of young man to
her. and she was interested. She
smiled at him now in a friendly w*.y
and said: "Ye must kimw Michael is j
simply crazy about mutton. He loves
Alarie turned indignantly away from j
"Come here!" called Mrs. Chichester.!
Peg walked over to her, and when '
she got almost beside the old lady she i
turned to have another glimpse at
Alarie and gave him a little, chuckling,
good natured laugh.
"Look at me!" commanded Mrs. Chi
"S'RS. ma'am." rtolied Peg. with H
I Ii:I:. i'o :;, sy. Mrs. Chichester closed
her eye for :i moment. 'What was to
be r.esc wit'i i!;i; barbarian? Why
should this af"icti:m i»e thrust upon
liei": Then she thought of the thou
sand por.i.ds n year. She opened her
eyes and looked severely at l'eg.
"Don't i-il! rr.e 'ma'am!' " she said.
"Xo. i:\iYi:'." replied I 'eg nervously,
then Ins;:u'.i. .o;,e ;ed herself. "No,
I ant! No. am!"
"Aunt." s d Mrs. Chichester haugh
: tlly. "Aunt, not ant."
| Ah'.rle o to Ethel:
"Ant! Like some little crawly in
-6 cot "
Peg heard him, louked at him and
laughed. He cert-:Inly was odd. Then
she looked at I'thel. then at Mr.
Hawkes. t','cn all around the room, as
u' she missed some one. Finally she
faced .V."s. Chi hester again.
"Are you tne Fuele Nat's widdy?"
"No. I am not," contradicted the old
i "Then how are you me—aunt?" de
j ma tided Peg.
I "1 am your mother's sister," replied
! Mrs. Chichester.
"Oh!" cried Peg. "Then your name's
"What do ye think of that?" said
Peg under her breath. She surrepti
tiously opened out the miniature and
looked nt it: then she scrutinized her
I aunt. She shook her head,
j "Ye don't look a bit like me pool
I "What have you there?" asked Mrs.
I "Me poor mother's picture," replied
! Peg softly.
i "Let me see it," and Mrs. Chichester
held out h"r hand for it. Peg showed
' it to Mrs. Chichester, all the while
i keeping a jealous hold on the corner of
the frame. No one would ever take it
away from her. The old lady looked
at it intently. Finally she said:
| "She had changed very much since
I last saw her—and in one year."
I "Sorrow nn' poverty did that. Aunt
Monica." and the tears sprang unhid
t den into Peg's eyes.
"Aunt will bp quite sufficient. Put'
it away." and Mrs. Chichester released
I "Sit down," directed the old lady.
Peg sprawled into a chair with a
great sigli of relief.
"Thank ye, ant—aunt," she said.
Then she looked at them all alternate
ly and laughed heartily:
"Sure I had no idea in the wurrld 1
had such line relations, although, of
course, my father often said to me.
•Now. Peg,' he would say, 'now, Peg,
ye've got some grand folks on yer!
mother's uirle' "
fc* C f
Th« Butler Took Michael; Peg Asked
Him Not to Hurt the Dog.
"KO|us! rtenlly—Ethel!" cried Alarie 1
"Yes, that's what he said—grand j
folks on me mother's side."
Mrs. Chichester silenced Peg.
"That will do. Don't sprawl in that
way. Sit up. Try to remember where
j'ou are. Look at your cousin," and j
the mother indicated Ethel. I'eg sat!
up demurely and looked at Ethel. She
chuckled to herself as she turned back
to Mrs. Chichester:
"Is she me cousin?"
"She is," replied the mother.
"And I am, too"—said Alarie—"Cous
Peg looked him all over and laughed :
openly. Finally she asked Mrs. Chi
chester the following amazing ques
"Where's her husband?"
Ethel sprang to her feet. She was 1
to be disgraced before her family by
that beggar brat.
Mrs. Chichester said in astonishment,
"Yes." replied Peg insistently. "I
saw her husband when 1 came in here
first I've beeu in this room before,
MOVING PICTURES OF THE OREAT WAR WILL BE
AT MAJESTIC MONDA Y AFTERNOON AND NIGHT
No need for any venturesome spirit,
to make tracts across the sea to get ai
I glimpse at the great war now raging. It
is t'o l>e brought ri.iit to the Majestic,'
Monday afternoon and evening, where
it will be shown on the screen and with j
accurate an I reliable scenes taken on 1
tiie spot. The scenes of actual warfare I
i showing the most colossal and daring)
ye know. I came in through those!
windows, an' I saw her an' her hus
band. She was"—
"What in heaven's name does she j
mean?" cried Alarie.
Peg persisted, "I tell ye it was sh«!
sent me to the kitchen—she an' him." I
"IHm? Who in the world does she
mean?" from Alarie.
"To whom does she refer, Ethel?"
from Mrs Chichester.
"Mr. Brent," said Ethel with ad
mirable self control. She was on thin j
j ice. but she must keep calm,
i Mrs. Chichester looked relieved.
Peg went on:
| "Sure, she thought I was a servant i
lookln' for a place, an' Mr. Hawkes'
told me not to say a word until he
came—an' I didn't say a word "
Mr. Hawkes now broke in: "My
time is short. Miss O'Connell, it was
your uncle's wish that you should I
make your home here with Mrs. Chi
chester. She will give you every possi
ble advantage to make you a happy,
well cared for, charming young lady."
"Lady? Me? Sure now"—
"You must do everything she tells
you. Try to please her in all things.
On the first day of every month I will
call and find out what progress you're j
making. And now I must take my ]
leave." He picked up his hat and cane j
from the table.
> Peg sprang up breathlessly and |
frightenedly. Now that Mr. Hawkes !
was going she felt deserted. He hud [
at least been gentle and considerate to !
her. She tugged at his sleeve and
looked straight up into his face with
her big blue eyes wide open and !
To Be Continued
To Inspect Tyrone's New Y. M. C. A. j
PhiilLp.-burg, Pa., Feb. 4.—Phillips-1
burg men interested' in establishing a|
branch of the Young Men's Christian!
Association here have arranged to rua|
a special to Tyrone Friday evening to
afford Phillipsburgers an opportunity to
| inspect the new Y. M. C. A. building at
GET IN THE GAME
Success is won by preparing in I
DAY aud NIGHT SCHOOL
SCHOOL of COMMERCE ;
15 S. Market Sq., Harrisburg, Pa.
iiiiu,, Bu fifli, ■.. .. .K
32f) Market Street
Fall Term September First
j DAY AND NIGHT
[ STAR-INDEPENDENT CALENDAR
I .FOR 1915
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' cost of package and postage.
The Star-Independent Calendar for 1915 is another of tho handsome series,
featuring important local views, issued by this paper for many years. It is 11x14 ;
inches in size and shows a picture, extraordinary for clearness and detail, of tho
"Old Capitol," built 1818 and destroyed by fire in 1897. It is in flno half-tono
effect and will be appreciated for its historic value as well as for its beauty.
Mail orders given prompt attention. Remit 15 cents in stamps, and ad
! dress all letters to the 1
18-20-22 South Third Street Harrisburg, Pa.
a ~ —• j;
, achievements the | ieturo p!:o
--' togrn.pher ever attempted in (lie ni'd;:
of tlic rearing thunder of shot and s'h 1!
■ and at flip risk at' lifo and 1 iir.:>.
''Tlie Movio Man" worked to sc.'urc
, these wonderful views of a real war.
! The greater |ortk>ii of the first peetiin
; of the entertainment shows what awful
| havoc wrought by the German army on
FLOOD MAKES .10,000 IDLE
3,000 Driven From Homes Along Ohio
Wheeling, \Y. Va., Feb. 4.—Ten
thousand men in factories in and around
Wheeling and fully double that number
along the Ohio river between here and
East Liverpool, Ohio, were temporarily
deprived of employment yesterday by
the flood. Wheeling Island was almost
entirely inundated, and it was e.-sti'umat
ed that 2,000 persons had been diriveu i
from their homes. Schools were clesell
and public buildings thrown open for!
There was a vast deal of ineonveni- 1
ence, but very little actual suffering, '
except on tlw> Ohio side, where a large
I number of striking miners' families |
were driven out. A free restaurant was |
opened at Martin's Ferry for the desti- j
The only fatality reported was from
Mingo, Ohio, where an unidentified i
alien was drowned in the backwater.
I 1 DOEHNE BEilT*~l
j % A Brewery construction which admits of perfect i
% cleanliness of floors, walls and ceilings. Perfect ven- ■
* tilation and equipment. Best and purest Malt, Hops '
* and Ingredients. '
1 * Skilled Brewniaster-—Proper Management
* nrcilj T \ High-grade products
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j I —almost every day .if gJ\
| —we are told that "* )\
I ads in olir classi "
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TRY THEM NOW
i| Bell Phone 3280 Independent 245 246
Belgian towns and for: re - s. The
ruined foils ;ii U«'gi» saniur ami at
Antwerp and the wree'eed bail ,| 'ng< at
1' urarn. scs into the actual life
of the foi.iiery struit:jr for su re
maey in the field of nettle and hun
dreds of exciting events are shown
just as they a ,ially occurred. The
■ pictures are genuine and not posed for
by a lot of actois. Adv. *
Lancaster Bakers Price of Bros:
('oii"sto;;:i Centre, Keh. 4. Wheat
jumped to £1.50 per bushel here to-Ji\
when .Wider Siekman advanced tin
pr'ee. VV!;-eu the Kuropeun war brok<
; out he was selling it at TO cents, am
now will ask $1.50, the highest priei
since the Civil war. in many section:
of the county the bakers have raisei
the price of bread while others arc
making the loaves smaller in order ti
: meet the price.
Cumberland Valley Railroad
In Effect May 24, 1914.
Trnfiin vc llurrlMburK—
• l>or Wmchcaur and Mirtiiisbiirß, a
. 5.0;'. • ■ .30 a. ui.. • 3.40 p in.
i For »vii, chamberabtirg an<
: iulti-ateuiuw? stations, it *5.03. •7.50
j i ; . . a. 111.. 5.3 a. 9 7.4 U. H.IM
I p. m.
! Additional trains for Carltale anc
! Mechanicsburx at U.4S a. m.. 2.15. 3.«7
•. l»". y.<<» u. m.
! For Uillsburg c.t 5.03, 0 7.h0 And •11.8;
fu m., 2.18, *3.40. .'•.32. ti.3o p. m.
•Dally. All oilier trains d:ti!y pxow
Sunday. J H. TONGU,
H. A. RIDDL.E. G. P. A. Sujjt.