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Doctors Now Agree On Eczema Remedy Ctaflrm the Statements About D. D. D. Prescrlptta Geo. T. Richardson. M.D.: In my 2 talon IX D. D. should be applied in 1 cases of skin disease—an Immedi ate relief to the Itch, a calm to ex cited nerves, soft, soot hi nr. yet a pow erful agent, & strength to the general system. Dr. Unna Holmes: "D. D. D. is as Bear a specific Xor ecsema and the dreaded psoriasis as Is quinine for ma laria. I constantly prescribe D. D. D. also for salt rheum, tetter, barbers Itch, pimples, all forma of Itching erup tions, scales, sores." Dr. Ira T. Gabbert; "I freely admit that D. D. D. reaches cases, and per manently cures them, more efficacious ly than mine." Dr. Qabbert*a words are of speolal significance. He Is known as one of the first akin specialists tn the state D.D.D. Soap Keeps Antwerp Says Bill Will Do More Harm Than Good By Associated Press Washington, Feb. 6. W. C. Van Antwerp, a governor of the New York Stock Exchange, to-day told the Sen ate banking committee that the Owen stock exchange would do more harm than good and that enforced Incor poration would destroy America's pri mary market place. The disciplinary "Onyx"jXf. Tsasb Muck The "Onyx" Brand will e ive better wear than any hosiery known. For Men, Women and Children, from 35c. toss.ooperpair, in any color or style yon wish from Cotton to Silk. Be snre to look for the trade mark shown above stamped on every pair. Sold by all good Stoma. LORD & TAYLOR Distributors NEW YORK I Children's k/ J/ -Coughs and Colds Youngsters catch colds and coughs almost "over night.' They must be carefully watched and cared for or Whooping Cough, Croup or even Pneumonia is liable to develop from a cough. They Y l^e healing, healthful and curative effects of the beneficial herbs in GOFFS COUGH SYRUP There is nothing impure or harmful about Goff's —it is the Pure Food Cougli Synip. Made from the pure extract of harmless, time-tested native herbs. No Opium, Morphine, Chloroform or other "dope" —■ none whatever. Golf s Cough Syrup will relieve your child's cough, raise the phlegm and soothe and heal the inflamed throat. For all Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Grippe, threatened Pneumonia, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough and Croup, Goff s i$ the safe, efficient, pleasant to tske and reliable cough syrup. 25 and 50-cent bottles at all dealers —Money refunded by the dealer if it is not satisfactory. WHICH will you have, Mr. Man, for your evening at home or at the club—-a quarter's worth of nickel * cigars or the same amount of MOJA 10c If quantity is your sole object you get it with your purchase of nickel cigars. But if you are after quality the All- Havana Mojm Cigars will justify their selection. They will get right down to the root of that appetite for tobacco as no nickel cigars can do. Made by John C. Herman & Co. Good Coal Means Less Coal Boy o*l y (rood furl aad you'll boy IMS. Goo* roal (tTM oft heat ateadlly tad the nunnplloi la leaa Ikai It weald bo if mixed with alate aad other Imfenrltlea which decreaae heat valae. To bay oar o«a| la to bay good coal. It coat* ao more—try It. J. B. MONTGOMERY BRANCH OFFICBi BOTH PHONFS MAIN OFFICBi •it capital st. Bum rnunu THIKD AND CHESTNUT ITS, I- • I D- B . ai><te-ry</rop V I of Kansas. Write to him. Or, In T« Gabbert, Caldwell, Kans. If you are affected with any skin blemish, even the slightest, or t tem porary rash, try D. D. D. today. Use it according to direction*. Notice how the skin is oooled. soothed, smoothed, refreshed the In stant this liquid Is used. Then continue with the simple wash, and watch your cure. All druggists handle D. D. D. Come to us and we will tell you of the mar velous efficiency of this remedy as well as the D D. D. Skin Soap, we offer the first full slse bottle on the guar antee that unless It does what la claimed. It costs you nothing. U*. >, \. G.Jiio. 10 N. THIRD ST. Yonr Skin Healthy power of the New York Exchange over its members based upon "Just and equitable principles of trade," he said, was a stronger restraint than could be provided by any law. He pointed out that to Incorporate the exchange would transfer the power of govern ment into the courts where Judicial reviews would displace the arbitrary powers of the governors. Mr. Van Antwerp declared the New- York Exchange- applied the laymans view of what was Just and equitable and was governed more by moral than legal considerations. ■U.IIMI GUEST IT DINNER Gold Watch Presented to Former Revenue Collector of Ninth District A HARRY L. HERSHEY Recognition of the efficient service and personal worth of Harry L. Her shey, ex-Revonue Collector. was given at a dinner held In his honor by the employes of the Ninth Revenue District In the Stevens House, Lancas ter, on Saturday. A gold watch was presented to Mr. Hershey as a testi monial of the honor in which he was held by the revenue employes who worked under him. Mr. Hershey at the time of his re tirement had served fifteen years, seven months and nineteen days as revenue collector in the district, mak ing the longest continuous term of ser vice in the history of the revenue ser vice. Only one collector in the coun try has a record that approaches that of Mr. Hershey. who was appointed under the late President William Mc- Klnley. Fifty-five employes of the district, .representing every one of the thirty iflve counties in the Ninth, attended 'the dinner, which was presided over by Captain Qulnton O. Reitzel. Mr. Hershey when called upon re sponded to a toast, "Reminiscences of the Office," recounting many happy days and incidents of his long service, and thanking the men who had worked with him for their loyal sup port. Fred C. Kirkendall, the new collec tor, when called on for a toast to the "Collector," complimented his prede cessor, Mr. Hersiiey, on the record of efficiency established in the office by Mr. Hershey. The watch was present ed to Mr. Hershey by George W. Le master, chief deputy, in a talk in which he told Mr. Hershey what his old em ployes thought of him. The watch Is an open face Hf'iilton and on the case is engraved: .o the Hon. Henry L. Hershey, from Internal Revenue Of ficers, Ninth District, Pennsylvania, January 31, 1914." Among the speakers were Edwin M. Mlley, John M. Wilson, Miss M. B. Appelbaugh, of Easton: Miss Ethel Wllklns, Scranton; Miss McHale, Lan caster. Among those present from this city were George W. Adams, E. B. Gerry, G. J. Hutton and Mr. Hershey. WILL VOTE OX "WET AND DRY" v By Associated Press Chicago, Feb. s.—Petitions calling for a "wet and dry" vote in Chicago at the aldermanic election on April 7, will be tiled with the board of elec tion commissioners to-day at a notice served on the board. THEATRICAL MAN DIES By Associated Press New York, Feb. 5. Theodore Bromley, for forty years a theatrical manager, died yesterday of pleuro pneumonia. Muddy Skin- Blotches a..d Pimples Are More Quickly Removed and Pure, Colorful Skin Restored By the Use of Stuart's Cal cium Wafers Than By Any Other Method There is no common sense in pim ples, liver spots, blotches, etc., mar i:ng your beauty and if you will read the rest of this announcement you will see exactly why this is so. When you eat you fill the entire blood with all manner of waste mat ter. If decay and fermentation of a harmful kind arise then this poison ous matter is taken into the blood and must be thrown off. "I'll AlTvay* Be Glad That I lard Stuart'* Calcium Wafers, Everybody Now Speaks of My Complexion." The blood is somewhat like a stream of water, 't has the ability to cleanse very quickly; but if it is filled with such matter as it cannot handle then it overflows and leaves debris and refuse of all kinds along its course. The skin of the face is so tender that the impurities in the blood break easily through. The pores of the skin under the influence of poisonous re fuse matter become unable to do their work. Then it is that the blood is constantly throwing waste matter in to them, filling them up until they ap pear like little hills of discolored im purities. Stuart's Calpium Wafers are com posed of powerful blood cleansing in gredients. One of these—Calcium Sulphide—is the strongest blood puri fier known. They go into your blood just like the nutrition from your food. They follow every vein in the body. They open the pore*. They help the blood. They kill the elements that cause skin disorders and, better than all else, they do their work speedily, gently and yet forcibly and well. Stuart's Calcium Wafers are pleas ant to take and you may obtain a box anywhere from any druggist. Price, 60 cents. HARRISBURG tftßtg TELEGRAPH PERU IGIIII QUIET FOLLOWING DISORDER Congress Meets in Extraordinary Session to Consider Situation By Asserialtd Prtis Lima, Peru, Fbe. B.—Congress met in extraordinary session last night to consider the situation brought about by the revolution of yesterday as a re sult of which President Gulllermo Billlnghurst was made a prisoner, the palace seized and the premier, Enri que Varela, killed. It was decided to name a governing board, pending provisions for a new election. Colonel Oscar Benavldes, who led the attack on the palace, was named as president of the governing board and Doctors Jose Matias Manbanilla, Auturo Osores, Jose Balta, Benjamin Boza and Rafael Orau were nominat ed to act with him. All is quiet In Lima, despite the up set of the Blllinghurst government and citizens' are pursuing their ordinary business. The fleet has recognized the new government. President Billinghurst, who is held a prisoner, will be exiled. SEXEfIUCimONIII DOMESTIC SCIENCE [Continued From First Page] health In orde rto gratify paternal pride In their attainments. We Ameri cans have been too much in the habit of regarding our children as solid lumps of intellect and have forgotten their nature is a two-fold one, that they have bodies as well as minds, and that If we would have them grow up to perfect manhood and womanhood we must educate their dual nature, not one at the expense of the other, j Our school laws contain many pro | visions for protecting the health of our children, but these are far too | often overlooked by the teachers or | by those who arrange the overloaded ourriculums. Sex Teaching "There should be a time in DCIUMJI life when the danger of sexual diseu.se should be i>oliited out. This should not be left to the public theaters where there is a mixed audience. It too often attracts those with morbid minds. We should require the highest models of morality for our instructors of youth, for they learn much from example. The day is upon us when as a nation we must conserve. We must produce more from our soil and we must be more economical; therefore, economy should be taught in our schools. We .must educate mothers who will know what foodstufTs are necessary to satlsry the growing bodies of their children. We must teach them how to select and prepare these foods. In our tuberculosis work we find mothers who have graduated from high schools trying to rear their little children on molasses and white bread and wondering why their off spring are stunted and emaciated. Children should be taught the value of fresh air, cleanliness and physical exercise. Many people who have hailed as a blessing the invention t>f the wireless method of communication which has resulted in the saving of thousands of lives at sea have arrayed themselves against or failed to make piactical application of the scientific discoveries of modern medicine which could save the lives and strengthen the bodies of thousands of children. Our work of medical inspection in the schools Is but in its infancy. When the results become widely known it will be universally demanded." Against Overcrowding Much of the talk made by J. C. Brown, of Bloomsburg, president of the directors' department, was along the line of dissatisfaction with modern tendencies in the overcrowding of study courses. Mr. Brown advised the directors to remember when they so lect their teachens to pick the teacher for personality rather than for schol arship. His opinion in regard to study courses was that too many facts are being taught the children without any attempt to teach them to classify their knowledge. He made a plea for bet ter arranged courses of study. President Brown made his lecture at the opening session this afternoon. During the morning the delegates registered. The Rev. William N. Yates, a member of the Harrisburg School Board, made the Invocation. D. D. Hammelbaugh, secretary of the Harrisburg School Board, in welcom ing the delegates called attention to the good points of the city and the city's schools and asked the directors to make a tour of inspection during their stay here. In his response S. R. McClure, of Pittsburgh, told the directors that the board of directors is the business end of the school system and that the teachers and educators should not be allowed to Interfere with the business part. He urged greater school effi ciency. Boyer Tells of Conference Harry A. Boyer, president of the Harrisburg School Board, gave an In teresting review of the work done at the Fourth International Congress on School Hygiene in Buffalo last sum mer. Two committees were appointed this morning. They were: Nomi nating committee, H. M. Liesslg, Potts town; Dr. E. D. Schaeffer, Reading; James E. Smith, Columbia; J. Milton Lutz, Delaware; J. R. Wulle, Wllkins burg, and resolutions committee, J. R. Stottler, Wilkinsburg; C. Howard McCarter, Narberth; William E. McKee, Altoona; S. H. Bomberger, Lebanon, and James S. Lowery, Brad dock. Senator E. E. Beldleman and Speak er Alter appeared in behalf of the railroad men before the Public Ser vice Commission when the pass mat ter was argued. Senator Beldleman representing a majority of the brother hoods. The Senator said this after noon that he was very much pleased with the decision and that It was ex actly what he expected it would be. The commission has not announced when It will decide the matter of ministerial rates and other subjects of controversy before it. DR. EDWARI) G. DAY DEAD By Associated Press New York, Feb. 5. — Dr. Edward Gardiner Day, an eminent physician and surgeon in New York city for thirty years, is dead at the age of seventy years. Dr. Day was the au thor of medical treatises in profes sional Journals. He also was the au thor of a romance, "the realm of light," and was at work on a second volume when he was stricken. SOCIALISTS CHOOSE CANDIDATES By Associated Press Hartford, Conn., Feb. 5. Robert Hunter, author and settlement work er, has been selected by referendum as the nominee of the Socialist party in Connecticut for United States Sen ator. George Spless, Jr., of Hartford, is the party's choice for Governor. IN LONDON The iron chairs along the edge of) Rotten Row in Hyde Park rent at a penny each. Though they cost so little, they are very seldom occupied by the masses. The show is not the kind that attracts the masses, even at that price. The circulation of the Public •• i Ledger is determined, not by the number of people who can afford N two cents, but by the number of people who can appreciate the Public Ledger. Anyone who can appreciate the Public Ledger can afford it. MILROSDS ISSUE FAMILY, PUSSES [Continued Prom First I'age] issued inspired the railroad people with the belief that the long-standing custom which ended January 1 would be restored and the action of the com mission in favorably disposing of the question after xivlng it thorough con sideration will be joyfully received in every part of the State. • Huling' in Full The ruling of the commission fol lows: Numerous requests have been presented to the commission by railroad and street railway com panies and other persons Inter ested for an administrative ruling upon the question (1) whether or not the issuance of free passes to officers and employes of railroad companies to be used for the transportation of dependent mem bers of the families of such offi cers and employes and (2) whether the according of free transportation by common car riers to policemen and firemen in the discharge of their public duties are violations of the act of July 26, 1913, and known as "the public service company law." A public hearing in this matter was held by the commission at Harrisburg on the 20th day of January, 1914, at which railroad and railway companies and others appeared and were heard, and all persons interested were given an opportunity to be heard. In this case the commission has con cluded to rule administratively upon the questions presented. 1. After careful consideration the commission is of the opinion that the spirit and true intent and meaning of the provisions of the public service company law of July 26, 1913, are not such as to require the commission to regard as a violation of the law the prac tice of railroad companies of issu ing free passes to their officers This is Guaranteed to Stop Your Cough Malta Ihi* Family Supply •( Cough Syrup at Home and Mare |i. This plan makes a pint of better cough syrup than you could buy ready made for $2.50. A few doses usually conquer an ordinary cough—relieves even whooping cough quickly. Simple as it is, no better remedy can be had at any price. Mix one pint of granulated sugar with Vi pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint bottle: then add the Sugar Syrup. It has a pleasant taste and lasts a family a long time. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or three hours. You can feel this take hold of a cough in a way that means business. Has a good tonic effect, braces up the appetite, and is slightly laxative, too, which is helpful. A handy remedy for hoarse ness. spasmodic croup, bronchitis, bron chial asthma and whooping cough. The effect of pine on _ the membranes is well known. Pinex is a most valu able concentrated compound of Norwe gian white pine extract, and is rich in guaiacol and other natural healing pine elements. Other preparations will not work in this combination. This Pinex and Sugar Syrup remedy has often been imitated, though never successfully. It is now used in mora homes than any other cough remedy. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this preparation. Your druggist has Pinex, or will get it for you. if not, send to The Pinex Co., Ft. VVayue, lu'' | and employes to be used for the transportation of the dependent members of the families of such officers and employes, which prac tice has had the of cus tom since the adoptioW of the pass provision of the Constitution of 1 874 and tho act of Juno 15, 1874. passed to carry that provision of the Constitution Into effect. It is therefore ruled that the granting' without unfair discrimi nation by railroad companies of free passes to their officers nnd employes, to be used for the trans portation of the dependent mem bers of the families of such offi cers and employes, will not be re garded by the commission as a violation of the provisions of tho law. The commission is further of the opinion that free transporta tion without unfair discrimination by common carriers on behalf of the Commonwealth, or on behalf of any municipality thereof, of policemen in the performance of their public duties; and similarly, free transportation, without un fair discrimination, by common carriers, on behalf of any such —«A Human Match Factory. The body contains phosphorus sufficient to make 483,000 matches. Phos phorus is one of fourteen elements composing the body—divided among bones, flesh, nervous system- and other organs. The perfect health of body requires a perfect balance of the elements. These elements come from the food we eat—the stomach extracts and distributes them. But if stomach is deranged—the balance of health is destroyed and the blood does not carry the proper elements to the different organs, and there 1 is blood trouble—nerve trouble—heart trouble. Pain is the hungry cry of starved organs. Put the liver, stomach atid organs of digestion and nutri tion into a condition of health. That is just what is done by DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY which has been so favorably known for over 40 years. It is now put up In tablet form, as well as liquid, and can be obtained of medicine dealers ' everywhere or by mall by sending 50 cents in lc stamps for trial box address R.V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N.Y. TKE COMMON SENSE MEDICAL ADVISER to a book of 1008 page* handsomely bound In cloth—treats of Physiology-Hygiene. Anatomy, Medicine and is a complete Heme Physician—Send 31, lc stamps to R.VJ*ierce,Buffalo,N.Y. ■4 Why We Have Two Coal Yards Some of our customers prefer Wilkes- Barre Coal from the Pennsylvania Railroad. They say it burns up to a fine white ask and gives little trouble. We have other customers who want nothing but coal from the Reading Railroad. They claim it is larger in size and lasts longer. * To satisfy all our customers we operate two yards, one on each railroad. You can get any kind of coal you want from us. United Ice & Coal Co. Forater A Cowden Third 4k Bona 15th £ Chestnut Hnmmel * Mulberry ALSO STEEI.TON, PA. municipality, or firemen in the performance of their public du ties, is not such free transporta tion as is prohibited by the pro visions of the public service com pany law, and will not be re garded as a violation thereof. Municipal Workers to Attend Big Luncheon Acceptances received to date from State commercial organization offi cials, to attend the noonday luncheon to be given Saturday by the Harris burg Chamber of Commence, Indicate the presence of many active workers for municipal advancement from all over Pennsylvania. The Altoona Chamber of Commerce organized three months ago, will send a large delegation, to include W. C. Westfall, president: C. F. Anderson, treasurer; Oliver Rithert, chairman of the ways and means committee, and George H. Mosser, manager. Alunson Havens, secretary of the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce, will bo tho speaker at the luncheon.