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Bun and Wind Bring Ont Ugly Spots.
How to Remove Easily
Here's a chance, Miss Freckle-face,
to try a remedy for freckles with the :
guarantee of a reliable dealer that it
will not cost you a penny unless it re
moves the treekle?; while if it does
jti\e you a dear complexion the ex ,
pense is trifling.
Simply get an ounce of othine—<lou-
Me strength—from a fir druggist and a
/<•<«■ applications should show you how
easy it is to rid yourself of the homely
freckles and get a beautiful complexion.
Karelv is more than one ounce needed
for the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othine as tl is is the
prescription sold under guaraitee of
immev batk if it fails to remove
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A Seasonable Explanation
Every woman wants a new hat'thnt 1
makes her look better than she looked
in her old hat. which was more fasei-;
natinj: than the one she had before,
and so on, back to the time she was an
angel in appearance: hence the diffi- 1
«-o!ty of finding a hat to suit.—Toledo |
The Irish Tongue
Seumas McManus declares that the
Irish language is "the most forceful to
curse, pray and make love in. as it is '
the most expressive." and he adds, ' * 11':
has 365 terms of endearment for a j
girl." In that respect it runs a close
race with Spanish.—Boston Globe. I.
Ninety-Second Session of Grand Lodge
Closes With Installation of
Stroudsburg, May 21.—The 92d
annual session of the Grand Lodge of
Ovid Kellwws of Pennsylvania closed !
yesterday afternoon. At the morniug
session there were present Judge Kob
ert T. Daniel, grand sire of the (Sov
ereign Grand Lodge, and several other
visiting grand lodge officers, who re
ceived an ovation from the assembled 1
throng in which were included mem- j
bers of the Rebekah Assembly who .
were admitted to this session only. .
The following officers elected th : s
week, were installed: Grand master. .1.
P. Hale Jenkins, of Norristown; dep
uty grand master. Perry A. Shiner, of
Pittsburgh; grand warden,' Robert \V.
Montgomery, of Philadelphia: grand
secretary. I'sher A. Hall, of Philadel
phia: grafM treasurer, Fred ,C. Han
yen. of Sv*ranton.
The installation of the new officers
of the Rebekah Assembly took plice
y.viterday morning. They are: Pros
dent. Mrs. Kli ibern McDonald, of
Pittsburgh; vi.e president. Mrs. Mary
N. Josylyn. ot Phi aJclphia; warden,
Mrs. Martha R. Parry, of Luzerne:
secretary, Mrs. Hatt'.e Mendel, of Phil- i
adelphia; treasurer, Mrs. Tillie G.
Haines, of Altoon.i.
FOBSSTKKS NAlii: OFFICERS ;
State Senator Farley Is Elected Grand
Allentown. i a.. May 21.—At the
annual election yesterday of the Grand
Court of Pennsylvania, Foresters of
America. Lawrence \V. Pilot, of Phila
delphia. was elected grand chief ranger
tor two years and Howard V Gaodman,
of Reading, was chosen grand sub
The election of grand treasurer
proved to be one of the most interest
ing events of the session. There were
thiee nominees—Dr. Walter J. Daly,
state Senator Richard V. Parley and
Davi | J. Powers', all of Philadelphia.
Senator Farlev was elected. Robert
Comber, of Philadelphia, was re-eletced
The other officers chosen were: Grand
ioc.irdiiig secretary, Os, ar R. Gearhart.
Allentown: graud lecturer, M. J. Clan
cy. Philadelphia: grand senior wood
ward. Frank M Palmer. Ridley
Heights: gratjil junior woodward,
Ueorge A. Godfrey. Pittsbargh; grand
senior beadle. Philip Alteri.iio Rosetta;
Ut;md junior beadle. William R. Jones, '
Plymouth: grand tuistees, Thomas J.
Boodnan, Joseph F. Si lilotter. W. C. i
Shafter. John White. Ro: ert C.<wan. j
•lr., all of Philadelphia. Grand Chief
Ranger Seymour in his report stated 1
that the total membership is 41.550.
FINGER VERDICT, $10,043
Two. and a Thumb, Yield Richest Re-!
turn on Record
Pottsville, Pa.. May 21. —For the
!.'-s of TWO fingers and a thumb. Mi
chael Wizloski. an employe of the East
ern Steel Company, was awarded $lO,-
043.53 l>v a jury iiere yesterday. This
is one of the largest verdicts ever ren-,
dered in the local courts for an in- i
jury not attended by fatal results.
The jury in its verdict censured the
company for negligence in "it proper !
lv protecting the machinery which
caused the injury to Wizloski. The
case has been on trial all week.
D. W. Kaercher, counsel for the '
steel company, pronounce I the verdict'
excessive and immediately moved for a I
TELL WEDDING SECRET
Lehigh Student and Bethlehem Girl
Married in Camden in I!»12
\\ ilkes-Barre, Pa., May 21.—Mae
Jarnian. of Bethlehem, arrived yester
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Poust, at Kiugs'on. and announced that
she had married their son, Herbert, at
Camden, N*. J.. June 12. 1912. The
bridegroom, who is a graduate of Le
high Cniversitv and Wyoming Semi
nary. was a student at Lehigh. Mr. ,
and Mrs. Poust will resile in New
York, where he has been employed since
Mi-s Lillian Lewis, of Kingston, tele
phoned to her mother from s, r anton
that she and Pred R.ndle. of Forty
Fort, were married here yesterday.
They went to school together.
Aged Woman Dies Suddenly
Reinhold's Station. May 21. Mrs.
Fannie Bowman. 83 years old. died
suddenly yesterday from the infirmities
of age. She was the oldest woman in :
this section an.l leaves four children,
eleven grandchildren and four great
Money for Church and Graveyard
t'pper Leaeoek. May 21.—1n the!
will of the late John V. Blank, a be
ijiiest is made to the Myers graveyard, j
the interest of which is to keep the
entire cemetery in good repair. There'
was also a bequest to the church of
iich he was a member.
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.fIAKRISBC'RC STAR-INDEPENDENT, FRIDAY EYKNINq MAY 21. 1915,
Copyright, 1915, by George B. rr McCutcheon.
They brought rather interesting news
concerning the count It appears that
he and the baron had quarreled, and at
the time of uiy friends' departure from
Vienna It was pretty generally. s
stood that there would be a duel.
"1 never liked the baron." I said,
with a grim smile that con Id not have
been misinterpreted, "but I hope to
heavens he Isn't killed."
Mrs. Titus sighed 'Tarnowsy is 1*
garded as a wonderful marksman."
"Worse luckP* growled Collngraft.
gloomily twlildl'ug his thumbs.
"What kind of a shot Is the baron?"
asked Jasper junior hopefully.
So one was able to enlighten him,
but Billy Smith shook his head dole
"Maris Tarnowsy Is a dead shot.
He'll pot the baron sure"
"Hang it all," said I, and then lapsed
into a horrified silence.
When the Hazzards and Smiths de
parted the next morning they were In
fnll possession of all of our plans,
hopes and secrets, but they were bound
by promises that would have hatiuted
them throughout all eternity if they
allowed them to be violated. Ido uot
recall having seen two more Intensely
excited, radiant women tn my life tbau
Elsie and Betty Billy. They were lu
an ecstatic state of mind. Their hus
bands. but little less excited, offered
to help ns in every way possible, and
to prove their earnest, turned the
prow of the motorboat down stream,
abandoning the the river In or
der to be tn Vienna tn case I should
need them for any purpose whatsoever.
"You may rest easy so far as I am
concerned. Mrs. Tltus." said the young
diplomat. "As a representative of the
United States government 1 can't be
come publicly Involved in this Inter
national muddle. I've Just got to keep
my lips sealed. If it were discovered
that I knew of all this, my head would
be under the snickersnee In no time at
all. Swtsb! Officially suicided!"
At 10 o'clock the next morning I was
called to the telephone. Smith bad
startling news to impart Count Tar
nowsy and Baron Dmovitch had en
gaced in a duel with pistols at sunrise
ami the latter had gone down with a
bullet throush his lungs! He died an
hour later. Tarnowsy. according to
the rumors flying about official Vien
ua. was already on his way to Berlin,
where he would probably remain tn
seclusion until the affair blew over or
imperial forgiveness was extended to
There was cause for satisfaction
among us, even Though the baron had
fallen instead of the count. The sen
sational affair would serve to keep
Tarnowsy under cover for some weeks
at least and minimize the dangers at
tending the countess' flight from the
castle Still. 1 could not help feeling
disappointed over the outcome of the
meeting. Why coulrfn't Count Tarnow
sy have been the one to fall?
The countess, very pale and distrait
save utterance to her feelinzs in a
most remarkable speech. She said:
"This Is one of the few fine things
that Marls has ever done. 1 am glad
that he silled that man. He should j
have done so long ago. the beast! He
was—ugn!—the most despicable crea '
fure I've ever known."
She said no more than this, bnt one
could readily grasp all that she left
Colingraft rather sententiously re
marked tc little Rosemary, who cotild
not have comprehended the words of
course. "Well, little Rosebud, your
papa may be a spendthrift but be nev
er wastes bullets "
Which was entirely uncalled for, 1
eontend. I was struck by the rwlH
look of dread that leaped into Allne'i
eyes and her pallor.
On top of all this came the astonish
ing news by cipher dispatch from old
Jasper Titus' principal adviser In Lon
don that his offer of $1,000,000 had
been declined by Tarnowsy two days
before, the count having replied
through his lawyers that nothing short
of two millions would induce him to
relinquish all claims to his child.
I had been ignorant of this move in
the case and expressed my surprise.
"1 asked father to do it. Mr. Smart."
said the countess dejectedly. "It seem
ed the easiest way out of our difficul
ties—and the cheapest H? will never
give in to this new demand though.
We must make the best of It"
"But why did yon suggest such a
thing to him?" 1 demanded with heat
She looked hurt "Because you seem
ed to think it was the right and hon
orable thing to do." she said patiently.
"I do not forget what you said to me
days and days ago even though It may
have slipped your mind. You said
That a bargain is a bargain and—well. I
had Mr. Bangs write father Just what
you thought about it"
There was a suspicion of tears In her
voice as she turued away aud left me
without another word. She was quite
out of sight aronnd the bend In the
staircase and her little boots were
clattering swiftly upward before I
fully grasped the significance of her
explanation—or, I might better say,
her reproach. It slowly dawned upon 1
me that 1 bad said n great many things
to her that it would pay me to remem
ber before questioning her motives in |
As the day for her departure drew
nearer—lt was now but forty-eight ;
hours away—her manner seemed to un ,
dergo a complete change. She became
moody, nervous, depressed. Of course
all this was attributable to the dread :
of discovery and capture when she
was once outside the great walls of
Sell loss Rothhoefen. I could under
stand her feelings and rntlier lamely.
attempted to bolster up her courage
by making light of the supposed per
She looked at me with a certain pa
thetic somberness In her eyes that'
caused my heart to ache. All of her!
Joyous raillery was gone, all of her |
gentle arrogance. Uer sole Interest In
life In these last days seemed to be of j
a sacrificial nature. She was sweet j
and geutle with every one—with me In
particular. 1 may say—and there wag,
something positively humble In her at-!
titude of self abnegation. Where she|
had once been wilful and Ironic she;
was now gentle «ud considerate. Nor
was 1 the only one to note these sub
tle changes In her. I doubt, however,
1£ the others were less puzzled than I
In fact, Mrs. Titus was palpably per-!
plexed. and there were times wheu 1
caught her eying me with distinct dls
approval, as If she were seeking In mc
the cause of her daughter's weakness '
es. as much as to say. "What other
nonsense have you been putting into
the poor child's head, you wretch?"
1 went up to have a parting romr
with Rosemary on the last night ol
ber stay with me. The countess paid
but little attention to us. She sal
over In the window and stared out
into the dusky shadows of the fallins
night. My heart was sore. 1 was
miserable. The last romp!
Blake finally snatched Rosemary ofl
to bed. It was then that the countesf
aroused herself and came over to mc
with a sad little smile on ber lips.
"Good night" she said rather wist
fully, holding out ber hand to me.
1 deliberately glanced at my watch
"It's only ten minutes past 8," I said
"1 know," she said quietly. "Good
I Speed the Parting Guest.
FODR o'clock In the morning Is
a graceless hour. Graveyards
may yawn at 12. but even they
are content to slumber at 4. I
don't believe there Is anything so des
olate in this world as the mental per
spective one obtains at 4 o'clock.
Tombstones are bright beacons ot
cheer as compared to the mouumentai
regret one experiences on gettiug up
to greet the alleged and vastly over
rated glories of a budding day. The
sunrise is a pall. It is a deadly, doui
thing. It may be pink and red and
golden and full ot all the splendors ot
the east, but It is a resurrection, and
you can't make anything else out of it.
Staying up till 4 aud then going tr
bed gives one an idea of the sunrise
that is not supported by the facts.
There is but one way to appreciate
the real nature of the hateful thing
called dawn, and that is to get up with
it instead of takiug it to bed with you
Still, 1 suppose the sun has to come
np, and perhaps It Is just as well that
It does so at an hour when people are
least likely to suspect It of anything
Four o'clock is mot* than a grace
less. sodden hour whofi It ushers In a
day that you know is to be the un
happiest In your life; when yon know
that you are to say farewell forever to
the hopes begot and nurtured In othet
days; when the one you love smiles
and goes away to smile again, but not
for yon. And that Is Just what 4
o'clock on the morning of the 14th ot
September meant to me.
Brltton and 1 set forth In the auto
mobile Jnst at the break of dawn,
crossing the river a few miles below
the castle and running back to a point
on the right band bank where we were
to await the arrival of the boat con
veylng the countess and her escort
Her luggage, carefully disguised a?
crated merchandise, had gone tc
Trieste by fast express a couple of
•lays before, sent In my name nnd eon
signed to « gentleman whose nams 1
do not now recall, but who in reality
served as a sort of middleman in trans
ferring the shipment to the custody of
a certain yacht's commander.
It was required of me—and of my
machine, which Is more to the point
that the distance of 120 miles through
the foothills of the Austrian Alps
should be covered and the passengers
delivered at a certain railway station
fifty miles or more south of Vienna
before 10 o'clock that night There
they were to catch a train for the lit
tle seaport on the upper Adriatic, the
name of which 1 was sworn never to
reveal, and, as 1 have not considered It
worth while to be released from that
oath. 1 am of necessity compelled to
omit the mention of it here.
Mr. Bangs went on to Vienna the
night before our departure, taking with
him Helene Marie Louise Antoinette, a
rather shocking arrangement you
would say. unless you had come to
know the British lawyer as well as we
knew bim. They were to proceed by
I the early morning train to this obscure
seaport. conngrart Titus elected to j
accompany his sister the entire length
of the Jotiruey, with the faithful Blake 1
Billy Smith was to meet us a few
miles outside the town for which we
were bound, with a word of warning
If there was anything siulster In the
1 hoard afterward from Poopendyke i
that the departure of the countess and
Rosemary from the castle in the gray,
forlorn dawn of that historic 14th was 4
attended by a demonstration of grief
on the pnrt of the four Schraicks that
was far beyond his powers of descrip
tion. and he possesses a vatnderful
ability to describe lachrymose situa
tions. rather running to that style of
incident. I may say. The elder
Schmicks wailed and boohooed and
proclaimed to the topmost turrets that
the sun would never shine again for
either of them, nnd to prove that she
was quite in earnest about the matter
Gretel fell off the dock into the river
and was nearly drowned before Jasper
junior could dire In and get her. Their
sons, both of whom cherished amorous
feelings for Blake, sighed so prodi
giously all the way down the river that
the boat rocked. Incidentally during
the excitement Jinko. who was to re
main behind and Journey westward
later on with Mrs. Titus and Jasper
junior, succeeded after weeks of vain
endeavor lu smartly nipping the calf
of Hawkes' left leg. a feat of which he
no doubt was proud, but which sen
tenced my impressive butler to an ever
lasting dread of hydrophobia and a
To Be Continued
LOOK FOR A YORKSYNOD
Lutherans See Abundant Material With
York, Pa., May 21. —The formation
of a York county synod of the Luther
an Church will be taken under consid
eration bv a committee appointed at the
York county conference of the West
Pennsylvania Synod, which came to a
close yesterday at Holtzwam.
The suggestion was made -by the
Rev. l>r. P. (,>. Gotwald, of York, secre
tary of the Board of Education of
the Lutheran Church, who stated that
there are 20,000 communicants, 80
churches and 40 pastors within the
proposed bounds, and that these could
he more effectively served by the more
direct supervision possible under a
The committee appointed includes
Dr. Gotwald, the Rev. Or. George W.
tinders, the Rev. G. A. Getty, the Rev.
Frederick 8. Goosey, P. A. Klsesser,
George K. NcfT and I'M ward Helb.
Wild Cat Falls Inn Opened
Marietta,' May 21. —The Wild (.'at
Falls Inn was formally opened yester
day under new management, Anthony
1,. Resell, of this place, being the pro
prietor. The improvements to the re
sort and its surroundings and other
things contemplated will make it one
of the best in the State for an outing.
The thirteenth annual club dinner will
be served next Friday at the club
house, and hundreds of men from vari
ous States are invited. Planked shad
will 'be served.
Manheim Rector Resigns
Marietta, May 21. —The Rev. Dr. A.
Blose. rector of St. Paul's church. Man
heim. has resigned to accept a call to
Christ church, Coudersport, Potter
county. During his pastorate at Man
heim the congregation and Sunday
school were increased in membership.
He delivered many special addresses in
the county also.
Tragedy Marks Clean-Up Day
Mahanov City, Pa.. May 21. —While
burning rubbish on the annual clean
up day. Miss Elizabeth Gaughanj, of
Mahanov Plane, ventured too close to
the blaze, and was burned so badly
that she died when her clothing caught
Woman. 7."», Is Burned to Death
Shenandoah, Pa., May 21.- —Mrs.
Catharine K. Gehan, 75 years old, of
Mahanov Plane, was fatally burned yes
-1 terday. She was burning waste paper
in the yard of her home, when her
' clothing ignited.
Two Killed on Railroad
iMahanoy City, Pa., May 21. —
Charles Wasco and an unidentified man
died at the State Hospital from in
juries received on the railroad Wednes
day night. Both bodies are un
Democrats Hold Love Feast
j Lancaster, Pa., May 21.—Mote than
200 Democrats attended a party county
love feast here last evening at Hotel
Brunswick, presided over by Henry J.
Ryder. The speakers were Samuel J.
Graham, Assistant Attorney General of
; the United States; Fourth Assistant
Postmaster General James I. Blakslee;
Vance C. McCormick, of Harrisburg,
late Democratic candidate for Gover
nor, and John A. Covle and David' F.
Magee, of Lancaster.
The most strategic thing a Mexican
general can do is to capture a telegraph
line that has an end in the ITniteo
States. —St. Louis (Tlo'be 'Democrat.
Spots in the Sun
With nine brand new sun spots re-
I ported, Old Sol seems to have arranged
I a place for each of the aspiring 'bellig
' erents.—Washington Post.
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i We are so sure that ORRINE will
benefit you that we say to you that if
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fit from its use, your money will be
When you stop "DrJnklng." think of
the money you'll save; besides, sober
men are worth more to their employers
arfti get higher wages.
Costs only SI.OO a box. We have
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that we are giving away free on re
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Sponge Cake Secrets
The beauty of sponge cake HOP .'nice or pineapple flavor is lil(eil bottrr
largely in their lightness, an.l this if ,IHM vanilla in sponge take.
attained with eggs beaten to the utmost sod lnixtu „. s ca iied a „gel
degree ot trotlnness. But another char -akes.
acteristic appeals to us and that is the Special pans with a tube in the cen
various flavors that may be given to er are designed for baking them as
the simple mixture. his allows the heat to be evenly dis
-1 here are lady fingers. Savoys, jolly, ributed. When baked all sponge mix
chocolate and fruit rolls, as well as ures should stand in the pans a few
layer, loaf and sunshine cakes to be noinents to cool: if removed when hot
made over the one simple recipe. hev frequently fall.
My Adjustable Sponge Cake Rule QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
lake any number ot eggs and weigh "What is a reasonable price to pay
them, then take the same weight of for salt? Is coarse snlt safe to use for
sugar and half the same weight of flour, cookingf Why is some salt more salty
Divide the yolks from the whites of the than other kinds? How can it be kept
eggs and beat each until light. Cream from caking in the cellars?— Vexed."
the yolks and the sugar together, add Reply.—lf by coarse salt you mean
flavoring and the stiff whites of the crushed rock salt such as it. used for
eggs, and lastly the flour. Never beat freezing purposes, it is not lit for food,
the mixture, but cut and fold it to The bag salt that sells at about five
get her speedily and with a delicate cents a two-pound sark is sufficiently
touch so the air cells in the eggs will refined for oooking. The very fine salt
not break. Pour into cake pans and in fancy boxes is not any more pure
bake according to the size ot the loaves, than cheaper grades, but it is of beau-
Powdered sugar is always used for tiful whiteness and pleases particular
sponge cakes and some very successful diners. Salt does lose its savor; we
bakers sift the flour and sugar together have good authority for that. Some
and add the eggs. times this is from moisture, often it.
Those who are not accustomed to is from being heated. 1 have seen salt
measuring by weight will find it a sim- kept in the warming oven where it be
ple matter if they recall that ten eggs comes hot and then cold and this soon
of average size weigh about one pound, makes it good for nothing. Try various
If water is added to spouge mixtures brands until you are suited, but remom
tlie texture of the cake is coarser and ber salt acts directly upon the kidneys
elastic, yet the following is very good and it must be pure to wholesome,
for short cakes and berry desserts and » » ♦
for Charlottes. "Do you knead baking powder hread?
Sponge Cake No. t Mine is not light and is yellow.—
Separate and beat six eggs. Sift Betty."
three cups of Hour with two and a half Reply.—Mix and bake as though for
cups ot powdered sugar. Mcasurq one baking powder biscuits; you must surely
cup of water ami add flavoring to it. be using a poor grade of baking powder
Mix all this together quickly and bake or a dark colored flour. Baking powder
without jarring. bread should be white, light and tender.
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