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COLDS. HEADACHES. SOUR STOMACHS?
REGULATE YOUR 80WEIS—10 CfWTS
Tou men and women who pet a
eold easily— who have headache, coated
tongue, foul taste and foul breath, diz
riness, can't sleep, are nervous and up
set, bothered with a sick, gassy
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Cascarets —or merely dosing your
self every few days with salts, pills,
castor oil and other harsh irritants?
Cascarets immediately cleanse and
10 CENT BOXES-ANY DRUG STORE
Jg Henrietta D. Grauel
The Use of Gasoline
The use of pasoline for any purpose
is full of danger and only careful hand
ling prevents more accidents than we
There is a state law that every re
ceptacle containing gasoline shall be
painted red and labeled "Gasoline,"
and government directions are issued
every little while urging caution in its
The smallest leak in container, stove,
lamp, or engine means danger for even
sunlight may ignite it. The gasoline
can should be kept out of doors under
cover, in a box if possible, for, spilled
on the ground, 011 the steps, or any
where about the premises, it at once
becomes a menace.
Gasoline must not be poured into a
stove, lamp or any other tank when
there is a fire nearby even though it is
in another room. It vaporizes easily
and this vapor reaching the flame on a
sudden draught of air will explode. A
neighbor, not long ago, was cleaning
upholstering in a downstairs front
room. There was no fire in the house
but a delivery bov entered the kitchen
with a burning cigar in his hand and
this ignited the gasoline in the air. The
boy was burned so badly he died and
the house was destroyed.
This accident" is not out of the or
dinary. Almost every day we read of
similar ones, and vet cans of gasoline
are placed in basements, in entries and
even beside gasoline stoves. Gasoline
is more dangerous than gunpowder or
When lighting a gasoline stove use
no more gasoline than is needed to fill
the generator. If any overflows wipe.
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HAKSPTSTtTTRrc FRIDAY EVENTNO, MAfrOH 5. 1915,
sweeten the stomach, remove the sour
undigested and fermenting food and
jfoul gases; take the excess bile from
the liver and carry off the constipated
waste matter anil poison from the
A C'ascaret to night straightens you
(out by morning—a 10-cent box keeps
I your head clear, stomach sweet, liver
; and bowels regular and you feel bully
'for months. Don't forget the children.
1 lit up and carry the cloth it is on out ;
of doors. See that none adheres to the
■ bands before striking a match and al
ways light the generator cup from be
low. Very careful persons use alconol ;
1 to heat tiie generator, others have pa- j
per lighters or long gas lighters for ;
lighting the gasoline cup so they will 1
i not have to stand near the flame,
i After cleaning anything with gaso
line let it remain out of doors for at;
least five hours, even after the smell- j
seems to have evaporated enough may I
remain in the fabric to cause an ex- j
The best grades of gasoline are far
less dangerous than the cheaper qual
ities for the latter smoke, splutter and j
often contain water.
All cleaning with gasoline should be j
| done out of doors.
Grape Fruit Cereal j
Fish Balls Wheat Cakes
Cauliflower au Gratin L
Tea Cakes Wafers
Rich Vegetable Soup
Sardines with Lemon Points
Beef Stewed and Braised
Lettuce a la Provincial
Baked Apples with Cream I
Lemon Cream Cake Coffee j
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Aufhor of The
The Place °f Ibneymoons, etc.
CQPYRJG/1T BY TM£ DCB&J-ffiRRILL CQJ7/WIY iff
The saloon had an air o( freshness
tonight. All the men were in drill 01
pongee, and so receptive is the lmagl
nation that the picture robbed the
room of half its heat To and fro
the punka flapped; the pulleys creaked
and the ropes scraped above the
sound of kolves and forks and SDOons
Elsa ate little besides Trult. She
spoke scarcely a word to Martha, and
none to thote around her. Thus, she
missed the frown of the colonel and
the lifted brows of the spinsters, and
the curious glances of the tourists.
The passenger list had not yet come
from the ship's press, so Elsa's nanat
was practically unknown. But In some
unaccountable manner It had become
known that she had been making in
qulries In regard to the gentleman in
cabin 78, who hud thus far remained
away from the table. Ship life is a
dull life, and gossip Is about the only
thing that makes It possible to live
through the day. It was quite easy
to couple this unknown aloof young
woman and the invisible man, and
then to wait for results. It would
have amused Elsa had she known the
interest she had already created If
not inspired. Her beauty and her ap
parent indifference to her surround
ings were particularly adapted to the
romantic mood of her fellow-travel
ers. Her own mind was so broad and
generous, BO high and detached, that
so sordid a thing as "an affair" never
entered her thoughts.
As she refused course after course,
a single phrase drummed Incessantly
through her tired brain. She was not
going to marry Arthur; never, never
in this world. She did not love him,
and this was to be final. She would
cable him from Singapore.
That night Craig found It insupport
able in the cabin below; so he ordered
his steward to bring up his bedding.
He had lain down for half an hour,
grown restless, and had begun to
walk the deck In his bath slippers. He
had noted the still white figure for
ward, where the cross-rail marks the
Turned His Dull Eyes Upon His An
waist. As he approached, Craig dis
covered his man. He hesitated only
a moment; then he touched Warring
Warrington turned his dull eyes
upon his ancient enemy. "So it's
you? I understood you were on
board. Well?" uncompromisingly.
"I've been looking for you. Bygones
are bygones, and what's done can t
be undone by punching a fellow's
head. I'm not looking for trouble,"
went on Craig, gaining assurance. "I
am practically down and out myself.
What stand are you going to take on
board here? That's all I want to
"It would give me great pleasure,
Craig, to take you by the scrulf o£ your
neck and drop you overboard. But as
you say, what's been done can't be
remedied by bashing in a man's head.
Well, here you are, since you ask. If
you speak to me, if I catch you play
ing cards or auctioneering a pool, if
you make yourself obnoxious to any of
the passengers, I promise to give you
the finest thrashing you ever had, the
moment we reach Penang. If you
don't go ashore there. I'll do It In Sing
apore. Have I made myself clear?"
"That's Bquaro enough, Paul," said
the gambler resignedly. There wasn't
much money on board these two-by
four boats, anyhow, so he wasn't los
Warrington leaned forward. "Paul?
You said Paul?"
"Why, yes." wonderingly.
"All right." Craig returned to hip
mattress. "Now, what made him curl
up like that because I called him
Paul? Bah!". He dug a hole in hie
pillow and tried to sleep.
"Paul!" murmured Warrington.
He stared down at the flashes ol
phosphorescence, blindly. The man
had called him Paul. After ten years
to learn the damnable treachery of It!
Suddenly he clenched hiß hand and
struck the rail. He would go back
All his loyalty, all his chivalry, had
gone for naught. This low rascal hax*
called him Paul.
Two Short Week*.
When Elsa stepped out of the com
nantonwav the next mornlnk *h<
winced and s'nut. her eyea. me wnoi«
arc of heaven seemed hung with fire
opals; east, west, north and south
whichever way she looked, there wac
dazzling iridescence. What a won
derful world! What a versatile mis
tress was nature! Never two days
alike, never two human beings; anl
mate and inanimate, all things were
singular. She paused at the rail and
watched the thread of frothing watei
that clutched futllely at the red water
line. Never two living things alike, in
all the millions and millions swarming
the globe. What a marvel! Even
though this man Warrington and Ar
thur looked alike, they were not so
in heart and mind they were as dif
ferent as two days.
She began her usual walk, and in
passing the smokeroom door on the
port side she met Warrington com
ing out. How deep-set his eyes were!
He was about to go on, but she lookec
straight into his eyes, and he stopped
She laughed and held out her hand.
"I really believe you were going to
"Then you haven't given me up?"
"Never mind what I have or have
not done. Walk with me. lam going
to talk plainly to you. If what I sajr
is distasteful, don't hesitate to Inters
rupt ine. You interest me, partly be
cause you act like a boy, partly be
cause you are a man."
"I haven't any manners."
"They need shaking up and read
justing. I have just been musing over
a remarkable thing, that no two ob
jects are alike. Even the most ac
curate machinery cannot produce two
nails without variation. So it is with
humans. You look so like the man I
know back home that It is impossible
not to ponder over you." She smiled
into his face. "Why should nature
produce two persons who are mis
taken for each other, and yet give
them two souls, two intellects, totally
different? Is nature experimenting,
or is she slyly playing a trick on hu
"Let us call it a trick; by all means,
let us call it that."
"Your tone . . ."
"Yes, yes," impatiently; "you are
going to say that it sounds bitter. But
why should another man have 8. face
like mine, when we have nothing in
common? What right has he to look
"It is a puzzle." Elsa admitted.
"This man who looks like me—l
have no doubt It affects you oddly—
probably lives In ease; in fact, a gen
tleman of your own class, whose likes
and dislikes are cut from the same
pattern as your own. Well, that is as
it should be. A woman such as you
are ought to marry an equal, a man
whose mind and manners are fitted
to the high place he holds In your af
fection and in your world. How many
worlds there are; man-made and
heaven-made, and each as deadly as
the other, as cold and implacable! To
you, who have been l:Ind to me, I have
acted likf: a fool. The truth is, I've
been skulking. My vanity was hurt.
I had the idea that It was myself and
not my resemblance that appealed to
your interest. What makes you trust
me?" bluntly; and he stopped as he
asked the question.
"Why, I don't know," blankly. In
stantly she recovered herself. "But I
do trust you." She walked on, and
perforce he fell into her stride.
"It is because you trust the other
"Thanks. That is It precisely; and
for nearly two weeks I've been trying
to solve that very thing."
After a pause he asked; "Have you
ever read Reade's 'Singleheart and
"Yes. But what bearing has It upon
"None that you would understand,"
evasively. His tongue had nearly
"Aro you sure?"
"Of this, that I shall never under
"Do not try to." she advised. "All
these men who knew most about wom
en were the unliappiest."
They made a round in silence. Many
an eye peered at them; and envy and
admiration and curiosity brought their
shafts to bear upon her. It was some
thing to create these variant expres
sions of interest. She was oblivious.
"We stop at Penang?'" she asked.
"rive or six hours, long enough to
see the town."
"Wo went directly from Singapore
to Colombo, so we missed the town
coming out. I should like to see that
cocoanut plantation of yours."
"It is too far inland. Besides, I am
persona non grata there." As, In
deed, he was. His heart burned with
shame and rage at the recollection of
the last day there. Three or four
times, during the decade, the misfor
tune of being found out had fallen to
his lot, and always when he was em
ployed at something worth while.
Elsa discreetly veered into another
channel. "You will go back to Italy,
"YeS, I shall go to Italy once mora.
But first I am going home." He was
not awcre of the grimnness that en
tered his voice as he made this state
"I am glad," she said. "After all,
that is the one place."
"If you are happy enough to find a
"And you will see your mother
He winced. "Yes. Do you know, it
does not seem possible that I met you
but two short weeks ago? I have
never given much thought to this so
o*u«d reincarnation: but somewhere
"Keej your Feet warm, Head cool,
Bowel* open," and take Foley'*
Honey and Tar Compound.
Sneeaing, chilliness, fullness in the bead,
sore throat, boarxooss, coaghinff and head
ache eall for the use of FOLEY'S HONET AND
Remember that neglect of a corimon cold
only too often develops bronchitis,pneumonia
pleurisy and even tuberculosis.
The first dose of FOLBT'S HON*T AND TAB
helps you, l>ecause it spreads a healing sooth
ing coating on the raw mucus lining as it
glides down your throat.
Constipation sometimes precedes a cold,
and usually aocompanies it. FOLEY'S HONEY
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which makes it greatly tho superior of those
cough and cold remedies that produce a
MRS. A. N. MOTES, Benelfa,Ga., writes: "I
took a deep cold and suffered with a terr'ble
headache from the offects of it. I began cak
iug FOLBT'S HONET AND TAB, and it soon en
tirely cured me."
L. POOLK, Sioux City, la., says: "My
daughter had a very severe cough and cold,
and one 25c bottle of FOLI:T'S HONET ANDTAB
knocked the cold in no time. My wife would
not keep house without it."
Do not accept any substitute for FOLBT'B
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any substitute offered can not give yon the
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★ ★ ★ EVER* USER IS A FRIEND.
George A. Gorgas, 1(1 North Third
street and P. R. R. Station.—Adv.
In the past ageß I Knew you; only you
weren't going home to marry the oth
She stopped at the rail. "Who
knows?" she replied ruminatingly.
"Perhaps I ..m not going to marry
"Don't you love him? ... I beg
your pardon, Miss Chetwood!"
"I still need some training. I have
been alone so much that I haven't got
over the trick of speaking my thoughts
"No harm has been done. The fault
lay with me."
"I used to learn whole pages from
stories and recite them to the trees or
to the parrot. It kept me from going
mad, I believe. In camp I handled
coolies; none of whom could speak a
word of English. I didn't have James
with me at that time. So I'd declaim,
merely to hear the sound of my voice.
Afterward I learned that the coolies
looked upon me as a holy man. They
believed I was nightly offering pray
ers to one of my gods. Perhaps I was;
the god of reason. All that seems like
a bad dream now."
"Are you going to take Rajah with
TO BE CONTINUED
CLINGS TO CAR »Hl£ CLAIMS
Woman Sits Tight in Bleak Winds for
Baltimore, March 5. —After having
sat for 16 hou s in the automobile
'Whose ownership she disputes with her
husband—and she sat as tightly as if
silie were attached to the machine with
bolts—Mrs. Catharine M. Wolley, for
merly of Round Pond, Me., permitted
the car to be moved to "neutral
ground" shortly after 11 o'clock yes
terday morning. The neutral ground
was a garage, where the machine will
remain until it is legally decided just
how much of it the wife owns.
All Wednesday night in the bleak
March wind the woman held the ma
chine, sitting at the wheel, while neigh
bors put wann bricks at her feet and
otherwise sought to make her comfoTt
able. Two years ago the Wolleys
owned a yacht, in which they sailed
from Round Pond and cruised along
the New England coast. They came
to Baltimore, sold the yacht and bought
To-day Mrs. Wolley will file a bill
for partial divorce, alimony, counsel
fees and judicial decision as to owner
ship of the machine in which Wednes
day night's vigil made her the heroine
of the neighborhood The husband de
clines to discuss the case.
PATRICK QUINLAN IN PRISON
Labor Leader Convicted of Inciting to
Riot in Paterson Behind Bars
Trenton, March 5. —Patrick Quin
lan, wfho was convicted to serve from
two to seven years in the State prison
for inciting to riot in the silk strike at
Paterson two years ago, was brought
to the penitentiary late yesterday by
Ohief Deputy Watson, of the Passaic
Quintan carried his conviction to the
Supreme Court and then to the Court
of Errors, which affirmed the decision
of the lower courts.
There Is No Question
but that indigestion and the distressed
feeling which always goes with it can
be promptly relieved By taking a
before and after each meal. 25c a box.
George A. Gorgas
Thrar Churning lalanih An Now
■t Their Brat
S. S. "bEHMUJIAH"
bold* the record —40 hour*—la the
aeweat and only twin-acrew a team
•hip aalllng to Bermuda, and tha
only onr landing paasengera at the
dock at Hamilton without iranaler
Round Trip with meals C?5- in d
and itateroom berth #•"»* up
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MANY ORDERS CAUSE CQOD I
FEELING 111 STEEL TRADE
Large February Specifications and
' Broadening Operations of Mills Pro
duces Optimism In Producer and
Consumer Toward Future Prospects
Now York, Mpreh s.—'"The Iron
Age" says the February reconl of
larger specifications by buyers and of
broadening operations of mills has cre
ated a good feeling in the steel trade,
but with it a question is raised as to
the maintenance in March of the recent
rate of now bookings. The advance of
heavy steel predicts to 1.15 c., Pitts
burgh, put into effect March 1, finds
many consumers covered for this month
ait 1.10 c., while not a few have con
tracts at I.loc. that will carry "them
one or two months into the second quar
ter. It is not likely, therefore, that
bars, plates and structural steel will be
active enough at once really to try out
the new prices.
The month starts wibh steel ingot
production at 60 to 66 per cent, of ca
pacity, the latter being the Steel Cor
poration's rate. Due to the heavier
shipments last mouth—and shipments
are the real barometer—tho Steel Cor
poration's unfilled orders at the end of
February, while more than at the end
oi January, showed a smnller increase
for the second month than for the
A number of independent producers
have had the same experience as the
Steel Corporation—larger shipments in
February than in January, but with a
tendency to quietness showing itself as
the month ended.
While disappointing as to cars and
locomotives, there is no great complaint
of railroad buying of rails, which for
the first two months of the year has ex
ceeded 500,000 tons. The Agloma Steel
Company's sales to railroads in the
United States have excited more com
ment in view of a contract for 5,000
tons closed last week with the Illinois
Central. Rumor made this sale consid
erably larger, but verification of a high
er tonnage is lacking. Previous sales
of the Saul't mill on this side were over
20,000 tons, including two of 500 tons
each of open-hearth rails in northern
Ohio, onj of these being at $29.40 de
livered, or nearly $3 under the quota
tion of domestic mills.
The Northern Pacific has bought 20,-
000 tons of rails, of which 8,500 tons
was placed at Chicago, 7,500 tons at
Buffalo and 4,000 tons at Pueblo. The
Illinois Central will buy its Southern
rails, amount not stated, from tho
Knsley mill. The Great Northern has
given out 10,000 tons in the week and
the Omaha road 5,400 tons. The In
ternational Great Northern has placed
1,500 tons at Ensley au«l the Pennsyl
vania has given the Illinois Steel Com
pany a similar trial order (2,000 tons)
to those placed with Eastern mills.
British mills will furnish the 25,0 00
tons called for by Queensland. France
is in the market for an amount put as
high as 30,000 tons, but nothing has
been placed in this country, as reported
in London. Russia has bought several
thousand tons of light rails. ,
The Burlington has bought 1,500
gondola cars. There are still pending
about 2,500, or less than a week's
work for the country's hungry car
Pig-iron production in February was
again an index of the better output of
fiteel, the total being 1 ,G74,771 tons,
or 59,813 tons a day, against 1,601,-
421 tons in January, or 51,659 tons a
day. The increase of 8,150 tons a dlay
was entirely due to the blowing in of
steel company furnaces. Active ca
pacity March 1 was 63,033 tons a day,
against 56,270 tons on February 1, aiid
176 furnaces were in blast, a gain in
the month of 16, and for the past two
months of 30. The present rate of pig
iron production is about 23,000,000
tons a year, as against 18,000,000 tons
a year in Deeem/ber.
JURY CENSURES GOVERNOR
Wanted to Indict New Mexico Execu
tive for Tie-up of Funds
Santa Fe, N. M., March s.—'Govern
or W. C. McDonald and Howell Earn
est, a traveling auditor of the State,
were censured by the Dona Ana county
Grand Jury yesterday for alleged
negligence in failing to prevent the
tying up of $75,000 of funds of tlje
Slate Agricultural College through the
recent failure of the First State bank,
of Las C'ruces.
The jury expressed regret that "ow
ing to legal obstacles" the two officials
could not be indicted.
T. R. M. Smtih, president of tho
bank, was arrested yesterday.
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HENSEL WILL FILED
Larger Part of Lawyer's Estate Is Be
queathed to His Daughter
Lancaster, Pa., March s.—The will
of ex-Attorney General W. U. Hensel
was filed yesterday. The bulk of his es
tate goes to his daughter, Mrs. John A.
Nauman. I n bequests to her of stocks
of local institutions he says:
"I make these bequests to my daugh
ter to illustrate and to reassure my
friends and clients of my often pro
claimed confidence in local securities."
Among his few public bequests are
ten shares of 'Lancaster Trust Com
pany stock, valued at $6,000 and SSOO
to the Historical Society.
One kind of Mexican pineapple,
known as the cayenne, is entirely free
from spines, ami the flesh is remark
ably tender and juicy.
Quick Relief for Coughs, Colds and
Hoarseness. Clear the Voice—Fine for
Speakers and Singers. 25c.
GORGAS' DRUG STORES
16 N. Third St. Penna. Station
Fill Empty Bins
yes, the furnace has to be kept
going for some time to come, re
gardless of how whimsical March
weather may be. Don't let your
bins get empty. Fill them without
and be prepared for any emer
Kelley's Hard Stove at $6.70
is a favorite furnace size. Try it
for more heat.
H. M. KELLEY
1 N. Third Street
Tenth and State Streets
Cumberland Valley Railroad
In Effect May 24. 1914.
Trains Leave llurriabura—
For Winchester tnd Martlnsbura. at
5.05, *7.50 a. m« '3.40 p m.
for Hageraiowit Cliambersburg and
lUtennediaiu illations, at *5.03, *7.5(1,
,J ~3 a. m., 'J.4O, 5.32. *7.40. 11.oj
Additional trains tor Carllala anil
Mechanlcaburg at 5».48 a. in.. Ms. 3.27
. 3ii. 0.30 p. m.
For Dlllsburg it 5.03, *7.50 and *ll.ll
a. m„ 2,18, *3,40, 5.32. 6.30 p. m.
•Dally All other trains djlly «*c •»»
Sunday. J H TON 08,
H A. RIDDLK G P A S^oi.
Begin Preparation Now
Day and Night Sessions
SCHOOL of COMMERCE
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DAY AND NIGHT