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[ THE DAILY FASHION HINT.
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A brown satin skirt, the laid in soft ploats. Is combined with n inn
satiu wnist of the bolero type in this costume. It has chiffon sleeves matching
the corsage, and the skirt is held in h.v two sash ribbons of white, black and
yellow plaid. This plaid faces the collar and cuffs.
"Booster" Chorus Orgc-.ized in Nearly
All the Churches
■ Special Correspondence.
Mechanicsburg, (March 4.—Echoes of
the tabernacle eompaign are heard all
RUB WMBAIiO OB
Rub Pain Right Out
With Small Trial
Bottle of Old "St.
v Jacob's Oil"
Kidneys cause Backache? Xo! They
have no therefore cannot cause!
pain. Listen! Your backache is caused j
by lumbago, sciatica or a strain, and |
the quickest relief is soothing, pene
trating "St. Jacob's Oil." Rub it right
on your painful back, and instantly the
soreness, stiffness and lameness disap
pears. Don't stay crippled! Get a small
trial bottle of "St. Jacob's Oil" from
your druggist and limber up. A moment
after it is applied you'll wonder what
became of tho backache or lumbago
Hub old, honest "St. Jacob's Oil"
whenever you have sciatica, neuralgia,
rheumatism or sprains, as it is abso
lutely harmless and doesn't burn the
over town. "Booster" choirs arc now
j heard in nearly all of the x churches,
, i smaller of course than the one organ
| ized by Prof. Hohgatt at the tabernacle.
Many of our people are suffering
| with severe colds.
. j James, Jr., the little son of Dr. and
Mrs. .T. Si. r>. Eisenhower, is critically 1
ill with pneumonia. V
Several committees are in charge of
the arrangements for the county Sun
day school convention to be held here
March 11, 12. About one thousand men
will be in the parade of the Men's Or
ganized Bible classes on the eveninjr of
j Several spring (linings have passed
I through town on large auto trucks.
Trijs to the California Exposition
are 'being planned by a number of our
Mrs. William Miller, of Johnstown, is
visiting her father, Dr. J. A. Morrette,
West Main street.
IMiss Frances W'estfall visited rela
tives in Churchtown on Tuesday.
H. >l. Konhaus was a visitor to Car-
J lisle yesterday.
At the congregational meeting held
at the close of the services in the
Methodist church last evening the fol
lowing persons were elected trustees for
1 the coming conference year: Dr. J. B. j
Spangler, Oiarles E. Umiberger, D. L.
| Snavelev, IM. C. Dietz, R. H. Thomas, t
: Jr., Mrs. Alice .S. Hauck, I. M. Fought, !
'E. E. Strong, M. O. Swanger. The
board will meet for organization this
evening after love feast.
Flan Municipal Hospital
Efforts are now being made to.start
a municipal hospital in this city, where
contagious diseases can be treated, ac
cording to a plan taken up several
weeks ago bv the Dauphin Countv
Medical Society. At a meeting of that
body a resolution requesting county
commissions and city officials to work
together was unanimously passed. A
copy of the resolutions will be furnish
ed Mayor Royal. v
HARRISBTJHG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 4, 1915.
s C. V. NEWS
f OPPOSES JUDGE GILLAN
* No-License League Has Selected D. Ed
| ward Long as Candidate for
J ! Franklin County Bench
* I i
* Chambcrsburg, Pa.. March 4. —The
£ No-License League of Franklin county
* yesterday afternoon passed a series of
* resolutions condemning the course of
£ Judge W. Rush Gillan in the matter of
«• granting licenses, and named P. Ed
* ward Long. ex-District Attorney, as
.j, their candidate.
*• The meeting also passed resolutions
* endorsing Governor Brumbaugh's local
►j, ..option course. -Ministers nnti active
* churchmen from all over the county
were present and an interchurch feii
•j- eration was also formed. This organ i
* zation will become semi-political and
work for any candidate for Judge on
*• the no-license platform.
* Tannery Head Is Dead
* Hagerstown, March 4. —William D.
J Bvron, head of the""Byron Tannery, at
Williamsport and its allied interests,
died at his home at Williamsport at
£ 1.30 o'clock 011 Tuesday afternoon
.> from pneumonia, aged 83 years. He
* successfully underwent an operation at
£ Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore,
*' some time ago and returned home much
* improved. Some time later pneumonia
+ Mr. Byron was born at Roxbury,
* Mass., August 29, 1832, being a son of
4, Joseph Byron who caine from Ireland
«• to America, when he was 12 year's of
* age. The Byron family fought under
Cromwell and was rewarded by a grant
* of land in Wexl'ord county, Ireland.
* Councilmeu Were "Fussy"
Gettysburg, March 4.—The authori
- i zation of a 100-day dog quarantine, the
' decision to construct 111010 concrete
I j curbs and gutters, the ordering of Uet-
I | tysburg. College to lay two squares of
J pavements and curbs, and the propose.!
change to board of health regulations
regarding the length of quarantines for
minor diseases, were the principal
points in Tuesday evening's meeting of
the town council which developed so
much personal unpleasantness among
the members that President Butt too'*
occasion to reprove several of them
before the close of the session.
Wills Money to Church
Carlisht, March 4.—By the will of
the' late Mrs. Fannie M. Huntt Gib
;-on, filed in the office of Register Dough
erty yesterday, the greater part of her
property will eventually go to St. Pat
trick's Catholic church of which she
was 9 member. The Farmers' Trust
Company is made executor and trustee
for the estate.
The sum of S2OO is p.aeed in trust,
■ the interest to be use! to maintain
the graves of Colonel and Mrs. Gibson
|in the Old Graveyard. All the re
mainder of the property is placed in
' rust for her Fannie Huntt, and
lat her death goes to St. Patrick's
Sold Out by Sheriff
| Chambersburg, March 4.—Charles S.
| McLaughlin, formerly of Fort Loudon,
who purchased and operated what is
now known as the Colonial hotel at.
Orrstown for several vears prior to the
granting of a license to Jacob I>. Moser
is again in possession of his old prop
McLaughlin executed a judgment he
held_ against Moser in the amount of
$375. The personal property of Moser
was seized by the sheriff and* said Tues
day. The proceeds amounted io bit
386.30. On Saturday last Mrs. Moser
had sale of her property amounting to
Milton McLaughlin, son of the own
er, is now conducting the hotel, with
out bar license, and wiil continue in
Laundry Outfit of E. C. Garmaii Sold by
M'ddletown, March 4.—Mrs. D. H.
Palmer, South Wood street, hus re
ceived word that her sister, Mrs. Lila
Doupy, died yesterday.
The funeral of Joan C. Hite will be
held from his late home in Koyalton to
| morrow morning at 10 o'clock. The
Rev. John Bruiser, of Running Pump,
will officiate, assisted by the Rev. H. A.
Smith, pa-tor of the Royalton IT.l T . B.
church. Interment will be in the Gey
er cemetery at Hillsdale.
The Rev. T. C. McCarrell, pastor of
the. Presbyterian church, will preach on
Billy Sunday's sermons in tiie Mission
Market and Lawrence streets this even
Dr. J. F. Blecher transacted business
at Philadelphia to-day.
sheriff Wells sold the laundry outfit
* of K. C. Garmaii on Mill street yester
day morning to S. S. Hickcrn'il fjr
C. S. Prizer lias returne I from a
business trip to Philadelphia.
Frank Wagner. Wilson street, whaj
had a severe attack of appendicitis, has I
William Barry is visiting relatives a ,
for several days.
8. M. Gingrich, of near Hillsdale,
was in town yesterday transacting busi
Mrs. Webster Weaver entertained the
Social Circle at her home 011 North
Union street this afternoon from 2 to 5
The revival meetings being held at
the Riverside chapel are largely attend
ed and up lentil Tuesday evening oignt
went forward. The meetings will con- j
tinue for some time.
The Bev. W. R. Ridington, pastor of |
the M. E. church, will leave about I
March 1C for conference, which meets
at Pottstown this year.
Charles Alt'house, head niekeler at
the Wincroft Stove Works, lias resigned
Russell Becky and Charles Kreiser,
the two children who were seriously ill
[from eating poisoned roots last .Satur
i day, have recovered.
I» The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E.
I church will meet at the home of Mrs.
: T). W. Huntzberger, North Union street,
Mrs. (Tharles McPherson, of Enola,
m E P I L EPS Y
■ The Konlne Tieat-
H_ m Jb inent relieves all fear
■ *|« of the dreadful at
tacks which are so
■ H ■ frequent to the suf-
H ■ ■ W ferers of Epilepsy.
Kosine has been used
urltli remarkable suc
cess for fifteen years. Buy a bottle of
Koslr.e for $1.50. If, after using, you
are not entirely satisfied, your money
will be refunded. Ask us for booklet.
Geo. A. Gorgas, 16 N. Third street, and
Penna. Railroad Station.
' One of These Men Started a
i ] Tha Other Poor Unfortunate Said
iPftJ ' -Wj It Was Poor Policy to Buy On Credit.
i j "" * This is demonstrated every day, any old tramp can
I \ -AflSWrffiflfcfcii iifli^Tr' :,r/£ buy for Cash—it takes a good man to buy on Credit.
Forty-five years ago we started a policy of selling goods on Credit at and below other Stores' cash prices.
Hj We conceived the idea that if we bought right, managed our business right, we could do it and the fact that
78 stores are now operated by us under that system and the millions of happy homes we have furnished is
proof positive that the system is CORRECT.
tj We can furnish your Home and clothe your Family at Cash Prices and you can have your hill charged
''l if vou wish. j
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ii Some Interesting Prices in Guaranteed \MMMcWZk
ij Brass Beds, Springs and Mattrasses . q
jj A 2-inch Post Brass Bed, $£ QO |ll| 111 ||
>• with^ five Fillers, high head f| || f |
; A 2<ncli c# t7 Brass Bed, AO li
;! F?Ue n rMor high : With . fiVe,^ i,,Ch WV»ftO 881
i| A SPECIAL BRASS BED, (M AAO *
Iron Spring, and Mattress, for VA«l#tr\J !
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Special Prices On Dressers, Dining Room Furniture, Rugs and Carpets.
;! Final Clearance Sale of All Winter Garments
L> i r 1
I M ackiriaws, Balraacaans and Overcoats, $3.98, $4.98 and !I;
$6.98, that formerly sold for sls, $lB and $20 — \
ii The OPPORTUNITY of Your Life ! |
Ladies' Skirts, Suits, and Dresses *4 Former Price \
6REAT FRIDAY SPECIALS 1
THE VALUE Y@U NEVER HEARD OF BEFORE ft
& 2-qr. Pure Aluminum Oof- A Massive Colonial Cos* f i
I v foe Percolaior for 98c tumor, /M
1 Mil- • i « . like picture, made of oak, fin- //|i'R\ r
XWmfM 1 ls a re^u ~~ ( l oee ished in Fumed, with 6 /Ij\\ \
>j! j BPTOImII I made of guaranteed hooks and 4 legs, for.. /It \\ \\ ;j
i ii'jSffir® pure ''Wear Eternal" Aluminum . 60 inches high, 2-inch post, Jrall—ft-ani&V
Ware that sells for $2.50 to $4.00, a regular $1.50 article, for yj "
/ii for None wrapped or delivered. H
:1U , OATELY & FITZGERALD SUPPLY CO. «
jjl PUBNiiHEHS 29-31-33-35 SOUTH SECOND STREET GLOTHIERS |
jUB I > Our Location Means a Great Saving To You < jor
J spent Tuesday in town attending the'
; funeral of the Inte Harold Becky. She i
I was accompanied by Mr. ami Mrs. |
i j Ueorge Disney, of West Pairview.
Literary Society to Render Program at
Urich's School House v
Halifax, March 4. —Miss E. June,
j Britmeier. of So!insgrove, -is visiting!
i I.OT many friends in town.
Mr. and Mrs W. T. Wells and chil l
i dreu, of Williamspcrt, wei » guests of -
Mrs. i>uf'nev Lear on Tuesday.
'1 be Halifax Township Literary So-|
eiety is preparing an interesting pro- j
gram to be rendered at Urich's school!
house to-morrow evening.
Mrs. Cornelius Koones, of Harris-j
burg, is visiting friends in town.
The Halifax portofficc has been il-1
laminated with an up-to-date lighting i
j John Miller is liunie after a several
weeks' visit, to his parents at Richfield,
Mrs. C. C. Bende; visited friends at j
fNrrisburg on Wednesday.
A large number of our people at- ;
teuded George W. P^senhower's sale!
near Matanioras on Wednesday.
This —and Five Cents!
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose five cents to Foley & Co.,j
Chicago, 111., writing your name and)
address clearly. You will receive in re- j
turn a trial package containing Foley's '
Honey nnd Tar Co(npound, for coughs, j
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills,
for paiu in sides and back, rheumatism,
backache, lsidney and bladder ailments;
and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole
some and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic, especially comforting to
stout persons. Geo. A. Gorgas, 16
North Third street.—Adv.
FALLS 12 FLOORS; LIVES HOURS
Brooklyn Ironworker Conscious Until
Twenty Minutes Before Death
New York, March 4.—Charles Johns
bert, 30, of 346 Forty-eighth street,
Brooklyn, lived seven hours after fall-
| ing twelve stories down the air well of |
• the Y. M. C. A. building under con j
jsi ruction at Hanson and Fort Greene j
| places, Brooklyn. He was conscious uu •
I til twenty minutes before ho died.
Johns'hert, an ironworker, lost his
baalnce in setting a girder.
To Hold Joint Recital
Maud Powell, the eminent American i
violinist, who is known as the " Roigif-|
ing Queen of Violinists," will appear ia j
(joint recital with Evan Williams, con
j ceded to be the greatest concert tenor,
|in tire Chestnut street auditorium oa
j Thursday evening, April 8. —Adv. *
I It's Coming—
For Spring Walks and
Perpetuate your pleasures in 1 j
Scenes and incidents may be
enjoyed over and over again for
GORGAS Drug Stores |
16 N. Third St.—Open AU Night |
Penna. Station <
WOMAN WHO WAS STRANGELY SLAIN
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EMMA £Y > " --^
Miss Peterson, twenty-one years old, of Aurora, 111., was billed by a Strang#
man on February 25. She is> the third woman to meet a similar death in Aurora
within a few years. Of the three victims two were recent. Miss Jennie Miller,
an elderly spinster, shared the fate of Miss Peterson. In both cases the fore
head was crushed In by a noiseless Instrument, a gas pipe being used In the
last Instance. At the time of the Peterson murder "a great, tall man In a long
overcoat" was seen to leave the spot The police think one person committed
an toe crimes.