The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, March 16, 1915, Page 10, Image 10

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Here's Relief! In Five
Minutes Your Upset
Stomach Feels Fine
If you feel bloated after eating and
you believe it is the food which tills you:
if what little you eat lies like a lump of
lead on your stomach; if there is diffi
culty in breathing after eating, eructa
tions of sour, undigested food and acid,
heartburn, brash or a belching of gas,
you need Pape's Diapepsin to stop food
fermentation and indigestion.
It neutralizes excessive acid, stom
ach poison; absorbs that misery-making
gas and stops fermentation which sours
your entire meal and causes Dyspepsia,
The Necessary Sandwich
Once sandwiches were used only at
picnics and they were not very attrac
tive for there was not much care given
to their making. With hunger sauce,
however, they tasted delightfully and
satisfied every one so well that they
gradually found their way into railroad
restaurants. Ilere their popularity de
clined and even to-day there is scarcely
anything less attractive to a hungry
person than a railroad restaurant sand
Let us then take this obnoxious ex
cuse for a tidbit as a sample of every
thing a well made sandwich should not
be. With this before our mind's eye
we will cut our Graham, whole wheat
or white bread thin, about half an inch
in thickness, and spread it evenly with
butter that is slightly warmed.' Some
very fine sandwich makers cut the crust
from the bread but this is decided as
you like.
There is no limit to the fillings used,
eggs, meat, fowl, fruit, fish, nuts and
jams are all put between the slices and
all are liked. The club sandwich seems
to embrace anything anil everything
and it is many stories high. One we en
joyed recently was made with five slices
of bread and some were spread with
"I Don't Feel Good"
That is what a Jot of people tell tifl.
Usually their bowels only need cleansing.
will do the trick and make you feel fine.
We know this positively. Take one
tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents.
George A. Gorgas
The Size of
the Ash Pile
How big is .your ash pile?
You paid for coal, and if
the winter's ash pile is
larger than it should be you
didn't get the best you were
entitled to.
Let Kelley show you the
way to save by burning the
kind and size of good coal
that costs no more than the
wasteful, ash-pile contribut
ing kind. How is vour sup
1 N. Third Street
Tenth and State Streets
Find a purchaser for the article you pos
sess and want to sell.
If it has value —an advertisement in the
Classified columns of
will get you effective results.
Bell Phone 3280 Independent 245 or 246
produced by the Master Brewer at the DOEHNE
Brewery cannot be surpassed for purity, health,
tonic and food qualities.
Order It-Phones £yjt„
Sick-Headache, Biliousness, Constipa
tion, Griping, etc. Your real and only
trouble is that which yon eat does not
digest, but quickly ferments and sours,
producing almost any unhealthy condi
[ A case of Pape's Diapepsin will cost
fifty cents at any pharmacy here, and
will convince any stomach sufferer -in
i five minutes that Fermentation and
Sour Stomach is causing the misery ol'
No matter if you call your trouble
Catarrh of the Stomach, Nervousness or
Gastritis, or by any other name —al-
ways remember that relief is waiting
at any drug store the moment you de
cide to begin its use.
Pape's Diapepsin will regulate any
out-of-order stomach within five min
utes, and digest promptly, without any
fuss or discomfort, all of any kind of
food you eat.—Adv.
Henrietta D. Grauel
salad dressing, some with butter and
some with grated, warmed cheese. And
the fillings were sliced pickles, slices
of ham and thin slices of Switzer
cheese. Sardines and bacon and cheese
all heated together make another club
sandwich filling much in demand, but
this is rather on the order of a rarebit,
for the bread used for this is well
The shape of sandwiches adds much
to their beauty and we find sandwich
cutters on sale." Their shapes vary,
there are heart and circles and diamond
sha.pes. Then there is a set of cutters
to be used for making sandwiches for
card parties; club, spade, heart and
diamond shapes can be made with these.
They may be used for cutting little
cakes, also. But the most common
form of the sandwich is triangular or
Materials should be minced as fine as
possible so they may be eaten without
trouble and the seasoning should be
mixed with the butter or with the fill
ing. Whed lettuce is used the leaves
should be cut or torn in strips and if
mayonnaise is liked with the lettuce it
is better to spread it on the bread thai)
|to dip the leaves into it.
Olive sandwiches are an example of
[the new fancy sandwich: Stone and
chop the olives and mix them with
mayonnaise. Butter the bread and
] spread with the filling.
: Question. —"Please tell me if Chinese
j cookery is difficult to learn and if there
is a book on the subject! Is the mode
of cooking really different from our
way or is it all in the names? —Trav-
J Reply.—The onlv way the writer
t knows of learning Chinese or any ori
i ontal cookery is to cultivate the ac
| quaintance of a Chinese cook. There
is no book on the subject that we know
of. The wholesomeness of this cuisine
is unquestioned but what the meaning
of "chose," "chu vok" and "Talm
I I'ing" is we think you had best not in
vestigate too closely.
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Question. —"Kindly tell me is there
danger of combustion in a home-made
iireless cooker?—J. L. P."
Reply.—There is always danger of
over-heating materials that are com
bustible. However, anyone can make a
tireless cooker that will be entirely safe.
Write to Agricultural Department,
Washington, for bulletin of directions
for making this safely.
Ten Years' Misery Ended
.T. T. Chambers, merchant, .Tonesboro,
Ark., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills
cured me of a ten-year standing' case of
rheumatism. I suffered miserably. A
friend told me of being cured; so I
used them, and they cured ine, too."
Most middle-aged men and women are
glad to learn that Foley Kidney Pills
afford a way to escape s'leep disturbing
bladder weakness, backache, rheuma
tism, puffiness under eyes, stiff and
swollen joints, and other ills attributed
to kidney troubles. Geo. A. Gor"as
16 North Third street.—Adv. °
The Carpc
The Place °f etc. Jjfc
'•college: expioaea Manow. "Avnai
the devil does a college athlete kno«
about a dock-fight?"
"Ever see a game of football T"
"Well, take it from me that it's thf
roughest game going. It's a gaui«
where you put your boot In a man'i
face when he's not looking. Mallow
they kill each other in that game. Ano
Ellison was one of the best, flfteer
years ago. He used to wade througl
a ton of solid, scrapping, plungiiu
flesh. And nine times out of ten h«
used to get through I want you tc
beat him up, and it's because I dc
that I'm warning you not to underestl
mate him. On shipboard he handlec
me as you would a bag of salt; damr
him! He's a surprise to me. He looks
as if he had lived clean out here
There's no booze sign hanging out or
him, like there is on you and me."
"Booze never hurt me any."
"You're galvanized inside," saic
Craig, staring again at Elsa. Hi
wished he knew how to hurt, her, too
But he might as well throw stones a'
the stars.
"How would you like to put one ove
"in what way?"
Mallow smoked for a moment, then
touched his breast pocket significantly.
"Not for mine," returned Craig.
"Cards are my long suit. I'm no sec
ond-story man, not yet."
"I know. But supposing you could
get it without risk?"
"In the first place, the bulk of his
cash is tied up in letters of credit."
"Ah, you know that?"
"What good would it do to pinch
those? In Europe there would be
some chance, but not here where boats
are two weeks apart. A cable to Ran
goon would shut off all drawing. He
could have others made out. In cash
he may have a few hundreds."
"All gamblers are more or less yel
low," sneered Mallow. "The streak in
you is pretty wide. I tell you, ( you
needn't risk your skin. Are you game
to put one over that will cost him a lot
of worry and trouble?"
"So long as I can stand outside the
ropes and look on."
"He has a thousand pounds in his
belt. No matter how I found out.
How'd you like to put your hand on
it if you were sure it would not burn
your fingers?"
"I'd like to, all right. But it's got to
be mighty certain. And the belt must
be handed to me by someone else. I've
"You Fool, I Don't Want Him Out of
the Way."
half a wonder If you're not aiming to
get rid of me," with au evil glance at
his tempter.
"If I wanted to get rid of you, thi6'd
be the way," said Mallow, opening and
shutting his powerful hands. "I'm just
hungering for a bit of a lark. Come
on. A thousand pounds for taking a
little rickshaw ride. Ever hear of
Wong's? Opium, pearls, oils and
shark fins?"
"Not many do. I know Singapore
like the lines on my hands. Wong is
the shrewdest, moßt lawless China
man this side of Canton and Macco.
Pipes, pearls and shark fins. Big
money. Wong's the man to go to.
Want a schooner rigged out for illicit
shell hunting? Want a man shang
haied? Want him written down miss
ing? Go to Wong."
"See here, Mallow; 1 don't mind his
being beaten up; but what you say
doesn't sound good."
"You fool, I don't want him out of
the way. Why should I? But there's
that thousand for you and worry for
him. All aboard!"
"You don't love Parrot & Co. any
more than I do."
"No. I'd sleep better o' nights If I
knew he was broken for keeps. Too
much red tape to put the United
States after him. How'd you rig him?"
"Faro and roulette. They never
tumble. I didn't have anything against
him until he ran Into me at Rangoon.
But he's stepped in too many times
since. Is this straight?"
"About lifting his belt? Easy as
falling off a log. Leave it to me. His
room is on the first gallery, facing
southwest'. You can chalk It up as re
venge. I'll take it on as a bit of good
sport Wong will fix us out. Now look
aLive. It's after nine, and I'd like a
| little fun first."
The two left the cafe veranda and
i engaged a pair of rickshaws. As they
j jogged down the road, Warrington
1 stepped out from behind the palms
and moodily watched them until the
night swallowed them up. He had not
overheard their Interesting conversa
tion, nor had he known they were
about until they came down the steps
together. He ached to follow them.
He was in a fine mood for blows. That
there were two of them did not trouble
him. Of one thing he was assured:
Somewhere in the dim past an ances
i tor of his had died in a Berserk rage.
He had been watching Elsa. It dis
turbed but did not mystify him to see
her talking to the colonel. Table
chance had brought them together,
and perhaps to a better understand
ing. How pale she was! From time
to time he caught the flash of her
eyes as she turned to this or that
guest. Once she smiled, but the smile
did not lighten up her face. He was
: very wretched and miserable. She had
| taken him at his word, and he should
have been glad. lie had seen her but
once again on board, but she had
; looked away. It was best so. Yet, it
1 was as if fate had reached down into
his heart and snapped the strings
which made life tuneful,
i And tomorrow! What would tomor
j row bring? Would they refuse? Would
; "'«v de'uanf! the full penalty? Eight
thousand with interest was a small
, sum to such a corporation. He had
i often wondered if they had searched
| for him. Ten years. In the midst of
these cogitations he saw the group at
the table rise and break up. Elsa en
tered the hotel. Warrington turned
away and walked aimlessly toward
town. For hours he waadered about,
seeing nothing, hearing nothing; and
it was long past midnight when he
sought his room, restless and weary
| but wide awake. He called for a stiff
peg, drank it, and tumbled into bed.
He was whirled away into broken
dreams. He was in the Andes, toiling
with his girders over unspeakable
chasms. A shifting glance at the old
billiard room in the club, the letter,
and his subsequent wild night of in
toxication. the one time in his life
when he had drunk hard and long.
Back to the Indian deserts and jungles.
And he heard the shriek of parrots.
The shriek of parrots. He sat up.
Even in his dream he recognized that
cry. Night or day, Rajah always
shrieked when someone entered the
room. Warrington silently slid out of
bed and dashed to the door which led
to the gallery. A body thudded
against his. He caught hold. The
body was nude to the waist and
smelled evilly of sweat and fish oil.
Something whiplike struck him across
the face. It was a queue.
Warrington struck out, but missed.
Instantly a pair of powerful arms
wound about him, bearing and bend
ing him backward. His right arm lay
parallel with the invader's chest. He
brought up the heel of his palm
viciously against the Chinaman's chin.
It was sufficient to break the hold.
Then followed a struggle that always
remained nightmarish to Warrington.
Hither and thither across the room,
miraculously avoiding chairs, tables
and bed, they surged. He heard a ring
of steel upon the cement floor, and
breathed easier to learn that the thief
had dropped his knife. Warrington
never thought to call out for help. The
old fear of bringing people about him
had become a habit. Once, in the
whirl of things, his hand came into
, contact with a belt which hung about
the other's middle. He caught at it
and heaved. It broke, and the subse
j quent tinkling over the floor advised
him of the fact that It was his own
gold. The broken belt, however,
brought the fight to an abrupt end.
The oily body suddenly slipped away.
Warrington beheld a shadow in the
doorway; it loomed there a second
against the skyline, and vanished. He
ran to the gallery railing, but it was
too dark below to discern anything.
He returned to his mom, breathing
hard, the obnoxious odor of sweat
and tish oil in his nose. He turned on
the lights and without waiting to in
vestigate, went intp the shower room
and stood under the tepid deluge.
Even after a thorough rub-down the
taint was in the air. The bird was
muttering and turning somersaults.
"Thanks, Rajah, old sport! He'd
have got me but for you. Let's see
the damage."
He picked up the belt. The paper
money was intact, and what gold had
fallen he could easily find. He then
took up his vest . . . and dropped
it, stunned. The letter of credit for
half his fortune was gone. He sank
back upon the bed and stared miser
ably at the fallen garment. Gone!
Fifty thousand dollars. Someone who
knew! Presently he stood up and
tugged at his beard. After all, why
should he worry? A cable to Rangoon
would Bton payments. A new letter
South Carolina Avenue <£ Beach
Pleasantly situated, a few steps
from Boardwalk. Ideal family hotel.
Every modern appointment. Many
rooms equipped with running water;
100 private baths. Table and service
most excellent. Rates SIO.OO, $12.00,
$15.00 weekly, American plan. Book
let and calendar sent free on request.
David P. Rahter Silas Wright
Chief Clerk Maasrcr
Calendars of above hotel can also be
obtained by applying at Star-in
dependent office.
could toe issued. It would take time,
but he had plenty of that.
Idly he reached for the brokeu cigar
that lay at the foot of the bed. He
would have tossed It aside as one of
his own had not the carnellan band
attracted his attention. He hadn't
smoked that quality of tobacco in
years. He turned It oyer and over,
and It grew more and more familiar.
Who Is Paul Ellison?
For some time Warrington sat upon
the edge of the bed and studied the
cigar, balanced it upon his palm, as if
striving to weigh accurately Mallow's
part in a scrimmage like this. The
copra grower assuredly would be the
last man to give a cigar to a China
man. Mallow, rich, was Mallow dis
posed of, at least logically; unless in
deed it was a bit of anticipatory re
prisal. That might possibly be. A
drunken Mallow was capable of much,
for all that his knowledge of letters of
credit might necessarily be primitive.
Yet Mallow was no fool. He would
scarcely take such a risk for so un
stable and cbancely a thing as revenge
of this order. Craig? He hadn't the
courage. Strong and muscular as he
was, he was the average type of
gambler, courageous only when-armed
with a pack of cards, sitting opposite
a fool and his money. But Cr&ig and
Mallow together. ... He slipped
off the label. It was worth preserv
With an unpleasant laugh he began
to get Into his clothes. Why not? The
more he thought of it, the more he
was positive that the two had been be
hind this assault. The belt would
have meant a good deal to Craig.
There were a thousand Chinese in
Singapore who would cut a man's
throat for a Straits dollar. Either Mal
low or Craig had seen him counting
the monev on shipboard.
Suit Against Hospital Officials Adjusted
Out of Court
Pottßville, Pa., Marc'h 16. —W'lien
tlie case of Joseph Setkosky, of New
Philadelphia, against officials of the
State hospital at Fountain Springs was
called yesterday in court, it was an
nounced that a settlement had been ef
fected for a cash consideration, the
amount not stated.
Two years ago Setkosky was a pa-
I tient at the hospital undergoing an
operation. Several days after the oper
i ation, he complained of severe pain
and a second operation was necessary,
when it was found that a piece of
gauze had'been sewed up in Setkosky's
interior. Setkosky asked for
damages, but it is said got only a few
j hundred.
Aged Recluse Fatally Injured Before
Neighbors Could Reach Him
Bedford. I'a., March 16.—'Erie Black
burn, 72 years old, a retired dentist,
was burned to death Monday at his
home in Plcasan'tville. Being paralyzed
and living alone he was unable to ex
tinguish the flames and although he
reached the door and aroused 'neighbors
he was overcome and could not be res
Dr. Blackburn caone to Bedford
county from Altoona ten years ago.
United Brethren Congregation Out
grows Capacity of Present Edifice
Hershey, March 16.—The United
Brethren ahurch of this place, which
has enjoyed a remarkable growth for
the last few years, is compelled to re
locate and erect a larger and more
modern church building in the near fu
ture. •
The present membership of the
church is 212, while the Sunday school
has a total enrollment (if 401. . The
need for enlargement is immediate and
the hew site will be located aa soon
as possible.
Priests and Parishioners Beat Out
Flamos—Woman Worshipers Faint
Shamokin, Pa., M'arch 16.. —The
robes of John Gorza. altar bov at St.
'Stanislaus' Polish church were acci
dentally ignited at the altar yesterday
during services.
Several priests and parishioners ex
tinguished the flames,. The boy and sev
eral of his rescuers were badly burned.
Several women fainted during the ex
Foreign Missionary Day Observed
Tower City, March 16.—Sunday
marked an important epoch in the his
tory of the l T nited'Brethren church at
this place. The day was observed as
"Foreign Missionary Day" and all of
the services were of a missionary char
acter. The pastor, the Rav. O. G. Rom
ig, preached appropriate sc.rmons on
the subject both morning and evci ing.
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12 Doses tOc
Convince U
36 Doses 25c
At Ail Druggists
For Headaches, Neuralgia
Begin Preparation Now
Day and Night Sessions
15 S. Market Sq., Harrisburg, Pa.
320 Market Street
| Fall Term September First
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The last "word in scenery lias been
spoken—by Philip Bnrthotomae, author
of "When Dreams Come True," which
comes to the Majestic Thursday after
noon and evening.
Mr. liavtholomae, be it known, is j
the ball room episode the scene is 1
painted not on the canvas of commerce, j
but on silk, lie says that thereby he j
has attained a certain lighting effect of |
unquestioned beauty and effectiveness. I
Mr. Martholoinae, be it known, is '
equipped with one fortunate advantage !
carefully kept away from mostimakers
of manuscript. Ho is rich. He can 1
Lancaster Couple, Separated Two Dec-1
ades Ago, Married in New York
Lancaster, Pa.. March 16.—Twenty i
years ago A. B. Briggs and a girl em
ploye of tho Hamilton wa'tc'h factory j
were sweethearts. They quarreled and j
parted. Briggs went to New York, and i
his sweetheart married Levis Craig, who |
died a few years ago.
The former sweethearts renewed ac
quaintances in course of time, and Sun
day t'hey were married in New York.
Woman Dies After Long Illness
Marietta, March 16.—Mrs. Maria i
Hoffman, 67 years old, died es'erday j
from a complication of diseases after a !
long illness. She was a member of 'he !
Reformed church and leaves ten chil
dren, twenty grandchildren, ten great- j
grandchildren, four brothers and three j
Three Recommended for Postmasters '
Pottsville, Pa., March 16.—Ex-Con- j
gressman R. E. Lee yesterday recoin- !
mended the appointment of postmasters ;
in three important Schuylkill • county
towns. They are St. Clair, Simon Dev- j
Lin; 'Pine tirove, Gregory Auchen'bach, !
and Orwi'gs'buig, Allan Smith.
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Cumberland Valley Eailroad I
In Efface May 24, 1914.
Trulaa l.ruvc linrrlaliurs—
For Winchester and Martinsbnrg, a.; I
5.03. *7.50 a. in., *3.40 p. ra.
For Haseistown. Chainbersburg and ;
intermediate stations, at *6.03, *7.5(1
• i J.;.» a. ill.. *3.40. 6.33. *7.40. 11.0* I
p. m.
Additional trains for Carlisle and '
Mechauicsburg at SMS a. m.. 2.15, 3.27.
•, 3". 0.30 D. m.
For JJiilsburc at 5.03, *7.5u and *II.SI
it. m.. 2.18, *3,40, 5.32, 0.30 p. m.
•Dally. AH other trains diily pieces'
Sunday. J H. TONGS,
U. A RIDDI.E. G. P. A Sept.
Golf, TCUIIIN, HoatiuK, Uatlilns,
nod Cycling
Tours Inc. Hotel*. Shore Excurmlon*.
liOucal Raten.
Twin c "UpUMIinUN" 10.51S Tons
Screw 2* 3. !>EK!UUI»IAN displacement, j
Kaatrat, ocnnt nnd only uteamrr liiuil-
InK iiiuntniii'M at the dock In llvrraiida
without tranafer by tender.
For full information apply to A. F..
OliTlORBRIDGll! A CO., Aicentn (lurbeo
S. S. Co., Ltd., 32 llroadw'H.v, New York,
or any Ticket Aicent.
Are You
Your Own Janitor?
Then you want e-oal that will give you as little
trouble as possible.
Some grades of coal make lots of ashes and it
seems that you carry out more ashes than yon put
coal in. ,
That's the kind of coal to keep shy of. And the
worst of it is that the coal that gives the most ashes
usually gives less heat.
We have made a careful study of coal and have
selected for our customers the kind that will give
the best results in all conditions.
Our Wilkes-Barre Coal will lessen the drudgery
of tending the furnace,
United Ice & Coal Co.
Forster and Cowden Third and Boas
Fifteenth and Chestnut Hummel and Mulberry
Also Steelton, Pa.
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write checks oil silk if he wants to.
, Let this not be taken to mean that only
his wealth makes il possible for him to
net in the limelight. He is tJie author
j and producer of "Overnight" and "Lit
j tie Miss Brown," both successes which
have increased his bank account, and
I he is the producer of a number of vaude
j ville acts equally successful.
However when one sets out to make
I scenery the possession of a bank bal
jance is a distinct aid to art and the
!uplift. In addition to the silk set tho
i play also reveals three other complete
scenic offerings all shown in three
! acts.—Adv.®
Pottsville Merchants and Banks Are
Replacing Burned Structures
I Pottsville, Pa., March 16.—Philip
Brennau is erecting a new 'business
j block on the site which was swept by
a million dollar fire last winter,
i The Pennsylvania National bank, W.
j'S. Cowen and J. Mieh'le & Son. Inc., are
also about to break ground for substan
tial structures.
Murder Suspects Arrested
Pott'stown, Pa., March 16.
ing an investigation made by authori
ties of Chester county, Joseph Fanfagri
j and Antonio Lizino, of Stowe, have
; been locked u>]i here charged with being
| implicated in the death of Carmen
Poradiso, whose body was found 'by a
; trapper in the Schuylkill river here on
| Saturday. There were bruises on his
| head, which indicate that lie was niur
j dered before his body was thrown into
| the water.
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Directory of
Leading Hotels
! of Harrisburg
1 IU3-1-5 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa.
At the Entrance to the P. R. B. Station
The Metropolitan
Strictly European
Foi something good to eat. Every
thing in season. Bervico tha best.
Prices the lowest.
No. !i."» South Fourth Street
Direcliy oppoalte Inltiu Mutton,
equipped with all Mittlcru Improve*
aifuiMi runuiiix stater in every ruomi
Hue liatli; perfectly aaultaryt ultely
tutu lit lied throughout. !latc» uiodcmtis
Europeuu I'lan.
JOSEPH GIUSTI, Proprietor.