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ACT QUICKLY 1
Delay Has Peen Dangerous in Har
T>o the right thing at the right time, j
Act quickly in time of danger.
In time of kidney danger Poan's
Kidney Pills are most effective.
Plenty of Harrisburg evidence of;
Mrs. L. W. Moore, Sl's North Third
•treet. Harrisburg. says: "My back al
ways ♦'elt weak and pained me almost
constantly. At times .-harp pains darted
through my kidneys. MY kidneys were
weak and I had very iittle eoutrol over
them. I felt all run down and my !
nerves were in an awful condition. One '
of my family had taken Poan's Kidney i
Tills and had been benefited so won j
derfully that I decided to give them a '
trial. Tam glad to say that they have (
done me a great deal of good. I am j
■till taking them and am improving
right along. Considering the condition 1
T was in before I began using Poan's :
Kidney Pills. I can't help speaking a \
good word, for them."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Pon't j
simply ask for a kidpey remedy—get ;
Poan's Kidney Pills —the same that
Mrs. Moore had. Poster-Milburn Co.,
BUYS WATER OF PEXKSY
Coatesville in Dire Plight and Council
Coatesville, Pa.. Oct. 7.—lt is cost >
ing This borough S6OO a week to pro
cure enough water to repleuish the bo* <
ou£n's supply, diminished by drought.
The extra supply is being procured
from «he Pennsylvania Railroad Com-
I'any. but it is understood that the com
pany has only agreed to allow the town
to have the water for two months, and
two weeks of that time are gone.
Newspaper men were excluded from
a meeting of Council Monday night aft
er the session was called to order. This
body of men has been holding many
secret, meetings. So that the reporters
would not know the proceedings of the
former gatherings. Council decide*! not
to read the minutes, and the secretary
was so advised. Then the members of
the press were asked to vacate. Then
Council radeed the borough tax rate
from 7 to 8 mills.
Council will ask permission from the
State Health Department to construct I
a pipe line to the site of the new water j
works until the job is completed.
DAUGHTER DECLINES LEG AC V
Wants Sum Left Her by Mother Giv
en to Other Legatees
Reading, Pa., Oct. 7. When the es
tate of Mrs. Mary A. E. M. Grant,
daughter of Colonel Messchert, of
Pouglassville, this county, was called
for audit in Orphans' Court here yes
terday Mrs. Isaac Guldin Irey pe
titioned the Court to abate and set
aside her special legacy of $5,000 in
her mother's will and asked that the
amount be distributed to the other lp 1
This is probably the first time tha'
such a petition was filed in the local j
court*, and was the result of the s;ate j
ment that the estate would not be lnrge :
enough to pay specific bequests after I
the pavment of claims amounting to j
Colonel Messchert'a estate, amount-!
ing to morp than $-.000,000, and j
which includes the ground on which the :
Lit Brothers and Bailey, Banks & Rid j
die stores are erecte 1 in Philadelphia.;
is about to be distributed to grand-!
nephews in Holland, according to his!
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10,000 VISIT YORK FAIR
Sixty-first Annual Exhibition Opens
York. Pa., Oct. 7.—There was an at-[
tendance of 10.000 at the sixty-first
annua! fair of the York County Agri
< iltursl Society, which began herp yes
terday. One-half of the number were
(aid admissions, the other half being
» iiool children and other guests of the
association and exhibitors.
Judges began the awarding of sl2, .
0(>0 premiums for exhibits. While the.
displays are slightly behind tnose of j
some previous fairs, particularly in .
machinery, live stock and poultry, thev 1 \
are considered better in quality than : (
Perfect specimens of corn grown in j
the county this year are exhibits of ,
ten years each made by the entrants in |
the boys' corn-growing contest.
The cattle department is not as over
crowded as last year, but there is an '
excellent variety of standard-bred ani-.
mats. The exhibits include the Jersey
herds of the Oid Forge Farm. Spring
Grove, and the Maple Grove farm. Ells '
worth. O.; the Aberdeen, Angus and >
Galloways, of the Snnset View farm,
Montour Falls, N. Y., and the Hoi i
fteins. of Pavis Brothers, Seven Val
leys. In the poultry department. Rhode j
Island Reds, Barred and White i
Orpingtons, Wvandottes and Minorcas
MI-fl-NA QUICKLY ;
Eat Your Favorite Food and Never !
Fear After-Distress t
Thnre i« a way frr you to ent what- ' t
ever your stomat h craves. Many will
say, "How I wish I could but ! have
tried and every time it nearly kills me."
The real trouble is that people who
ruffer the untold agony of indigestion *
do not realize that the stomach has
a lot of work to perform in digesting
the food ami if crowded with extra '
labor it rebels and kicks up u fearful '
Mi-ora, a simple n*id inexpensive f
prescription, easily obtained from H C. \
Kennedy or any drug ctore. will quickly '
and effectively stop tiii« disturbance or *
money refunded. II net enlv lue-ense* "
the flow of digestive jiiirrf, but surely >
nud safely builds up and strengthens '
the stomach walls so that what you eat ; 1
is cared for as nature Intended. >
It's needles* for vnu to mifivr with In- t
digestion, heartburn, biliousness, sour, I
sassy or upset stomach, for Ml-o-na e
tablets surely give prompt and lasting 1
relief and perfectly harmless. Adv. i
I WHITE RIBBON* GOING TO YORK
; Funeral of the Rev. J. Francis Smith
Middletowu, Oct. 7.—The Liberty
I Hand was at Harrisburg to-day aud will t
' also play there to-morrow afternoon.
I John Ktirtz, the barber, is working j
; :it Harrisburg for the w«k.
The funeral of the late Rev. .!.•
Francis Smith, who died at his home in I
; Royaltoji. yesterday morning, will be
held in the Royalton U. \B. church, ol |
which he was pastor for the past two'
| years, on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. |
The Kev. P. P. liowevry, P. D„ district !
superintendent, will officiate, assisted by
the Rpv. I. H. Albright, of town, and
the Rev. I. Mover Hershev, of Her- i
shey. The Rev. T. C. McCarrell. oi the ,
Ministerial Association, will also as ■
sist. The body will be taken to Phiia
deiphia on Baturday afternoon where'
interment will be made in the Cedar
' Hill cemetery.
i Mr. and Mrs. Israel Keener ana j
I daughter, and Wayne Stire attended
i the York fair to-day.
Martin Oral! aud daughter, Miss i
I T.aura. are visiting relatives at York i
for several days.
H. O. Keener, of Philadelphia, is I
transacting business in town for sev j
Oharles Green, who claimed that his
! home was at Hainsport, X. J.. was giv j
• en a hearing before Squire Kennard on i
Monday evening charged w-ith carrying |
1 concealed deadly weapons In default
. .if S3OO bail he was taken to Harris j
bu.-v; iail for court.
M r s. Webster Weaver will entertain i
tii© So. ial Circle a; her home to-mor- j
Mr. ißasehore moved from the Tjonge
ne.'ker property on Spring street to the
Rife propertv on Fast IMain street.
Chester Yost, son of Mr. and Mrs.
j Oharles Yost, South Cnion street, will
leave on Friday morning for Californ:a
I where he will visit his two brothers,
I Oharles and Walter Yost, for a year.
I Prince F.dwin Lodge No. 456, F. and
A. M.. held its annual banquet in their
lodge room above t.he Farmers' bank
on Monday evening. A large number of j
'members and out-of-town members of i
the lodge were present. Addresses were j
made by Messrs. Hershev and Snyder, |
o e Herihey, and C. E. He'p and R. I
Earnest, of Hummelstow-n.
Mrs. F. W. Hoover is spending sev- j
oral days at I«aneaster, where the elder- ]
ship of the Church of God meets this
week. It is also expected that about
twenty members of the Rev. H. F.
Hoover's Sunday school class will go
there on Friday and ask for the return
of Mr. Hoover to the Middlmown •
FREE TRIAL OF SAffIOSE
j Flesh-Forming Food Given on Approval
by Druggist H. C. Kennedy
Would you like to be fat and plump
and strong and hearty? Here is a
chance to do it without risking the loss
of a single pernc .
H. C. Kennedy, our well-known
druggist, has a new treatment called
Sanios'.\ which hp is spiling on approval,
that is said to be a true flesh-forming
food. It is in tablet form, retailing at
50c a box.
If it does not increase the weight,
fill out the thin, scrawny form and re-! i
store health and strength. there will be j <
no charge whatever for Samose. Go to j j
H. C. Kennedy's to-day and get a treat-, i
ment of Samose with his promise to re-1 j
fund the money if it does not do all j ,
that it claims.
He really gives you a free trial of j j
the preparation, for unless it does in- |
crease the weight, it will not cost a
■ Adv. !
REVIVE POISONED KIDNEYS
Man Who Took Bichloride Saved by
Salt and Electric Oven
Xew York, Oct. 7.—The first case re j i
corded in medical history of the kid j :
neys resuming their functions after. :
having been paralyzed by bichloride of , I
mercury is that of David R. Beach, a 1 :
broker, who, apparently, has fully re- >
covered from the effects of the power- ;
ful poison taken three weeks ago. Beach j
was at his olfice yesterday.
On the night of September 14, ji
Beach, at his home in Brooklyn, acci- ;
dentally drank a glass of water in j
which 22 grains of bichloride of mer
curv had been dissolved. The kidneys
became torpid the next day and the
dread culmination of the effect of mer
cury poison was soon reached. Beach's
kidneys ceasei performing 'their func
Br. Paul Pileher and his brothers,
.lames an I Ijotiis. injected a hot saline
solution, and then put Beach into an
elprtrie oven, subjecting his body to a
high temperature. In half an hour
Beach hegan to perspire. The treat
ment was continued until the kidneys
began to work again. Beach then en
tered upon a period of recovery whi 'h ,
is practically complete.
MAP OF MINING REGION
Gold Placers on Wind and Big Horn j
Washington, P. (X, Oct. 7.—The
I'nitei! States Geological Survey has
just issued a report on the "Goll!
Placers on Wind and Big Horn Rivers,
Wyoming," by Frank C. Schradcr.
The region covered bv the report;
lies in the basin of Big Horn river in
central Wyoming, about 40 miles
southeast of Yellowstone National Park
and the big game country on the ad-: |
joining part of the Continental Pi-1 j
vide. It is just northeast of Lander, j
the western terminus of the Wyoming,
and Northwestern Railway.
An outline map of the region Is coil-I
tainrd in the report, showing localities I
of the tests made by the geologist in ' j
the gold bearing gravels along 200 I
miles of river, mostly on the Shoshone
Indian Reservation,' The map also j
snows the settlements Rlverton, Hud
son, Ft. Washakie, Arapahoe, nn : oth- ,
ers, as well as the surrounding mining'
districts and camps: Incidentally it is',
the most complete wagon road map of j i
the area In existence.
The report describes briefly the sur
fare features and roek formations and
besides dealing with metalliferous min
ing, touches upon the ell, con!, agrleul- !
ture, Irrlgarlon and oth&r industries i
ef the region, The geld uiaaer depos
its are described samewhat in detail,
including the hista.'y ef iheir eKpleita
t!on extending through e period of 50
years, with enaelusiess eoncernlng
their economic value,
A copy of tha report may obtain- ! jj
ed free of charge en application to the |
Director, I*. S. Geological Survey, ji
Washington, P. C.
HARRTSBFPG STAR-INDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7. 1914
; . Free Exhibition! Czar and Nero CALL 1991-ANY :
► Two Great Big African Lions all this week. Friday Children's Day—Bring FOUNDED 18 71 #g ,
► the Children to see them. About 9 o'clock in the morning is. a favorable time as JL <
► the Store is not so crowded and the animals are lively after a good night's sleep. m m M m WW&m <
Come and see them fed at 4p. m. It's wonderful to see them devour the w v s -
► large pieces of meat and "grind up" the hones. HARRIS BURG'S POPULAR DEPARTMENT STORE
* Third Floor—Near New Elevator#—BOWMAN'S. m , . ~, ...... <
This Store Will Close at 1 O clock Thursday
:We Direct Attention to the Readiness of the Women's:
Garment Section for Your Season's Needs
The utmost care has been taken in selecting correct styles and we can assure our patrons'
that notwithstanding the scarcity of many of the most desirable fabrics that the same higlr
standard that this department is noted for will be maintained. <
■ Broadcloth Suits— and we show Poplin Suits— pure wool poplin I Gabardines and Men's Wear 1 Cheviot and Serge Suits do- H
. none hut good grades of broad- in medium and heavv cords. Serge Suits—mostly imported '
• cloth—at $17.50, $20.00, $25.00, at $15.00, $17.50, $25.00 and cloths, at $12.50, $15.00, $20.00, mestic goods, at SIO.OO, $12.50, <
$35.00 and up to $50.00. $35.00. $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00. $15.00. )
Extra Special! Genuine Arabian Lamb Coats, $25 Values, at $15.00
I his special is i»>r Convention Week only. It is offered only to allow visitors from a distance to obtain an unusual value that will make*
them remember Harrisburg. , r
The ("oats are made of Hemiine Salts' Arabian Lamb—and each coat has the "Salts' Label." They are lined with varn-dved guaranteed'
satin. They are all full length and cut very full aud wide. They have deep shawfcollar, self lined, the cuffs are satin lined. Closed with*
big frog. ®
<■ believe tins to be the best coat bargain ever offered in Harrisburg. It is unusual because of the quality—and very desirable from a
style standpoint. The sizes are from misses' size 14 to women's size 46. We have just fiftv of these coats —not one will be sold at $15.00 ;
after Convention Week.
Misses' and Women's Coats, $5.00 to $50.00 English College Coats, $5.98 to SIO.OO Broadcloth, Zibelyne and Imported Mixture'!
Our assortments are complete, ready for you to choose from. Big plaids in bright and subdued colors. The coat that Pnoto *AO +« (tKAftn ]
Every wanted material and every fashionable style is here. every girl wants —the sport coat of the year. VUctbh, ipxj.w 10 <
Navy and Waffle Kersey Cloth Coats, $5.98 Tartan Plaid & Boucle Coats, SIO.OO to $20.00 In theß ° the assortment has never been on good— bo aW^
In an up-to-date model. Three-quarter length in misses' and In splendid style array. Coats of quality as well as stvle. tractive as now. Compliments have been showered—"the''
women's su.es. j Mostly Wiles models—copies of very high priced coats.' prettiest coats in town" is heard every hour of the day. j"
We Opened Over 119 New Dresses Here Yesterday in Black and Navy Serges and in Combinations of Serges?
and Satins. The Kew Tliings--=the Smartest Yet Shown in Harrisburg. Prices are $5.98 to $25.00 ;
( ome aud see them—you 11 drop all thought of having one made. Because when you examine the serge—look over the styles and see'<
the workmanship,"you 11 realize that you'll save so little in cash and lose so much in appearance that it won't pay to have your dress
There is a craze for navy blue again—probably because of war aud rumors of war. And navy serges are hard to obtain. We count our-4
selves fortunate in being able to show you such a good assortment of dresses. See them to-morrow to get advantage of the full assortment. <
Smart Suits With Shorter Coats--for Young Women and Short Women !<
Broadcloths-and Many of Them With Fur Trimmings :•
It's a season of long coats—never doubt that. But some women certainly cannot wear them—and that's why we buy the suits with the'*
shorter coats. They're pretty—and smart looking. Fur trimmings are very fashionable—but every woman will not want fur trimming on>
her suit. We have opened both kinds. Prices are $20.00 to $35.00. # i*
Pomoire Coats—the New Fur Fabric I White Coats—Balrnacaan Models, $8.98 '' R
Pomoire is a fur imitation —SO perfect an imitation that it re- n The last lot went out in a day—only a dozen in this lot. Misses* and women's sines.
, . . „ i • . -ii ~ , i i . , Oorded wool velour. \
quires very close inspection to distinguish between it and the richest gilk p nn i jT . n „ p .. M -q qc \
fur. It is mohair—pure moliair that is not affected by dampness- hwkLvv L thi „
nothing impairs its luster, lhe label baltex is a guarantee of j shirred on yokes. v r
quality. Anticipate the Cold Weather—sls.oo Astrachan Coats at $9.98
Two Beautiful New Models Just Arrived, $25.00 i(".'?k S 1 "" ) <
CONVENTION SPECIALS Convention Specials in Waists
fTlie kiml of petticoats that women Waists that are of remarkable value *
want —and at startling prices for Conven- and at ridiculously low prices. Hun- _ j
tion Week. dreds of new styles have arrived here IX 4
s3.ooPure Silk Messaline Petticoats, $1.98 this week. v/yOt *1 < / '
Xot ''sale" petticoats-—but petticoats $3.00 Crepe de Chine Waists, $1.98 A
made of unusually heavy silk tnessaline in The snappiest models we have ever
the most desirable colore—black, navy, shown. Heavy, pure silk crepe de chine p7jN| Ut///
dark brown, Copenhagen, King's blue and in every shade you can think of—black, k yj\ air *
.plum—and dozens of combinations in navy, dark plum, helio, dark brown, J \j! I xJ/pp/t i
changeable effects. j Nile green, Russian green, pink, light ( fp/ 1 1^
$3.00 Silk Jersey Petticoats, $1.98 1 blue, corn, flesh, rose, salmon, tan, y&mmT U j?I u'\ i
You've probably seen the same grade Copenhagen. All sizes up to 46. \ \[fjl 4
at more than $3.00. These are special—and j The Lingerie Waists at SI.OO, $1.50, 1 |
it's not likely you'll ever have another $1.98 and $2.98 - gHB IjU ')
chance to own one at $1.98. The colors | Such an assortment as is seldom ex- I\\ i/~/f i
that are wanted —black, dark brown, dark celled in the largest city stores. The air; 1
green, navy, Copenhagen, King's blue and variety is almost endless—and dainty " / / i
the brighter shades. and pretty beyond description. ' .
Klosfit Petticoats—Silk and Jersey Tops. $5 Twentv-flve styles at jjfl.OO Ten stvlos at $2.50 j
ttl no Fifteen styles at 551.50 Twelve styles at .]
COttOIIS, 3>l tO 5|>2.90 Twelve styles at $1.98 $2.98 and $3.98 1
.And this Is headquarters for Klosfits—better style and eolor as- Ask to see the Jap Hilk Waists in white and colors at $1.50 i
sortments than elsewhere. And all the popular materials —taffeta, Ask to see the Roman Stripe Waists at $l!oO^
messaUne. Jersey pilk, heatherbloom, percaline, satine, Italian cloth. Crepe de Chine Waists at 52.98 S3 98 ntid «s'ftO i
They flt without alter,ti.«. j NVw net and lace Waists i"! $3.»8, $5 00 and IslSs <