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Experiences of Harrisburg Citizens Are Easily Proven to Be Facta The most superficial Investigation will prove that the following state ment from a resident of Harrisburg is true. Read It and compare evidence from Harrisburg people with testimony of strangers living so far away you 4|Dinot Investigate the facts of the Many more citizens of Harris burg endorse Doan's Kidney pills. E. E. Dare. 532 Peffer street, Har risburg. Pa., says: "I am only too glad to confirm all my former state ments regarding the cure I got from Doan's Kidney Pills. I have had no recurrence of any kidney troubles since and I feel satisfied that the euro is a permanent one." Mr. Dare Is only one of many Har risburg people who have gratefully endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If your hack aches—if your kidneys bother you, don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—ask distinctly for Doan's Kid ney Pills, the same that Mr. Dare had —the remedy backed by home testi mony. 50c all stores. Foster-MUburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back la Lame—Remember the Na me."—Advertisement. What Thin Folks Should Do to Gain Weight nnidii'a Advice For Thin, Unde veloped Men and Women Thouß&nds of people suffer from ex cessive thinness, weak nerves and feeble stomachs who, having tried ad vertised flesh-makers, food-fads, physi cal culture stunts and rub-on creams, resign themselves to llfe-lcng skinr}!)* ness and think nothing will make them fat. Yet their case is not hopeless. A recently discovered regenerative force makes fat grow after years of thin ness, and is also unequalled for repair ing the waste of sickness or faulty di gestion and for strengthening the nerves. This remarkable discovery is called Sargol. Six strength-giving, fat producing elements of acknowledged merit have been combined in this peer loss preparation, which is endorsed by <>minent physicians and used by promi nent people everywhere. It is absolute ly harmless, inexpensive and efficient. A month's systematic use of Sargol should produce flesh and strength by correcting faults of digestion and by supplying highly concentrated fats to the blood. Increased nourishment is ob tained from the food eaten, and the additional fats that thin people need are provided. George A. Gorgas and other leading druggists supply Sargol and say there is a large demand for it. While this new preparation has given splendid results as a nerve-tonic and vitalizer. It should not be used by nervous people unless they wish to gain at least ten pounds of flesh.—Advertise ment. To Grow Hair on a Bald Head BY A SPECIALIST Thousands of people suffer from baldness and falling hair who, having tried nearly every advertised hair tonic and hairgrower without results, have resigned themselves to baldness and its attendant discomfort. Yet their case is not hopeless; the following simple home prescription has made hair grow after years of baldness, and is also un equalled for restoring gray hair to its original color, stopping hair from fall ing out, and destroying the dandruff germ. It will not make the hair greasv, Mimd can be put up by any druggist: ■fe'ay Rum, 6 ounces; Lavona de Cora posee. 2 ounces; Menthol Crystals, one half drachm. If you wish it perfumed, add I drachm of your favorite perfume. This preparation is highly recommend ed by physicians and specialists, and is absolutely harmless, as It contains none of the poisonous wood alcohol so frequently found in hair tonics.—Ad vertisement. In Severe Cases of Constipation Take Lax Links Men and women who are habitually constipated often rely upon purgative medicines to obtain relief, but the trouble invariably returns as bad as ever. Take this advice and notice the beneficial results: In obstinate consti pation, take a glass of lemonade or eat an orange after taking one or two Lax Links. These are delicious candy laxa tives, exquisitely flavored with the oil of spearmint and do not contain any habit-forming or dangerous drugs. They are mild, but sure in their action and do not gripe or cause pain. They will act properly upon the bile, na ture's own la'xative. causing it to flow freely. Meal for children. Recommend ed by physiclanr. Sold by all drug gists. 10c and 25c boxes. Write for rec sample. Boro Salicine Co., Phila lelphia. Business Locals POTTS* COM) CREAM The greaseless kind that imparts health, cleanliness and beauty to the tenderest skin. Violet or lilae'scented. Put up in only one size and retailed at 25 cents the jar. Always fresh and sweet. Sold at Bowman's toilet ar ticle counter and Potts' drug store. Third and Herr streets. A MAX'S EARNING POWER is limited hut a woman's saving op portunities are innumerable. We can save you 25c to 50c on every pair of children's shoes. These are" made especially for us and every pair has our guarantee. Prices range from 9Sc to $2.00 for different run of sizes. 20th Century Shoe Store, 7 South Market Square. CHANGE OF RESIDENCE *f you have moved or because of dissatisfaction you feel inclined to change to another grocery, why not try ours? Always the best grades of groceries at the most reasonable prices. We offer you the best there is In grocery service. S. S. Pomeroy, Market Square Grocer. CHANGING THE COLOR of a used but serviceable garment gives it the appearance of new and puts you on the road to economy by making the discarded garment do for another season, thus saving you the price of the proposed new outfit. Compton's works wonders with worn wearing apparel. Dyeing and Clean ing, 1008 North Third street. ALL-CREAM ICE CREAM That is the llershey kind. Refresh ing and nourishing, it Is a pure food product of the finest quality. A pleas- In flavor that differs from the ordinary Ice cream. A popular warm weather delicacy. Phone Hershey Creamery Company, 401 South Cam eron street. SOMETHING DIFFERENT That's what we are all looking for; something that will remove that mon otony of sameness. With this idea in view the J. P. Harris & Son store has built up a reputation for having fur niture pieces and suites different from the average run. Exclusive designs in period furniture and willow pieces for the summer home. 221 North Second street. PAINT THE TOWN RED if the authorities don't object, other wise any other color you prefer, but let us supply the paint and pure put ty. We sell the famous Wayne paint products in all shades, including the anti-rust roof paints. The telephone eliminates the distance between us. • all. Wm. W. /.eiders & Son, 1 (nil Derry street. TUESDAY EVENING, COLONEL ROOSEVELT TO REICH NEW YORK [Continued From First Page] Sound to Oyster Bay where he will be landed at the private pier of his cousin, W. Emlen Roosevelt, only a short distance from his home. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and W. Em len Roosevelt will make up the fam ily party. There Is much apprehension as to the Colonel's physical condition. Noth ing was said in the wireless message last night concerning the ex-Presl dent, but Capt. Andrew Alexander of the Dunstan, which arrived yesterday, told frankly of the extreme weakness of Col. Roosevelt when the latter boarded the Dunstan at Mauaos. Capt. Alexander' a report of the Colonel's health, combined with the arrangements made by the ex-Presi dent's family to take him off the steamship at Quarantine and hurry him to Oyster Bay, increased the con cern as to his condition. Only the members of Col. Roose velt's family will go down the bay with Mr. Stanford to meet him. "A Dal zell tug has been chartered to take him off .the boat at Quarantine and go di rectly to Oyster Bay. That it is the Colonel's wish not to have a public re ception there is on doubt, because he sent messages to his family and to his poliUcal friends insisting that any plans for a recepUon be abandoned. The arrangements made by his fam- I ily have led many to believe that the Colonel still may be suffering from the hardships he endured in the Jungle. Colonel Shows Weakness Capt. Alexander of the Dustan told the reporters last night of his meeting with the Colonel and described his ap pearance. Colonel Roosevelt came to the landing place of the Dunstan at Manaos in an automobile with Profs. George K. Cherrie and Leo E. Miller, naturalists of the expedition; Kermit Roosevelt and Dr. Cajazeira, a surgeon of the Brazilian navy, who had been attending the Colonel. It was noted that the Colonel had lost much flesh and was quite weak, being unable to board the ship with out assistance. He went immediately to Capt Alexander's room and re mained there nearly all the time until the last day of the trip down the Amazon, when he came out and spent most of the day on deck. He had im proved much in appearance in the four days, but still looked thin and a bit peaked. He said his loss in weight and health had been partly due to short ened fare, the party going on less than half rations much of the time, and partly to the hardships of the Brazil ian wilds. A photograph shown to Capt. Alex ander by one of the Roosevelt party depicted Kermit Roosevelt with a ho boish growth of beard grown in the jungle. After shaking hands with the skipper and the officers, including the engineer, Col. Roosevelt left the Dun ston In the harbor of Para and board the Aidan. He was still weak, but much brisker than when he boarded the Dunstan. Col. Roosevelt, it was announced yesterday, will spend ten days at Oyster Bay and this vicinity and then sail for Madrid to attend Kermlt's marriage to Miss Belle Willard. He has expressed impatience to see his little grandson, born in his absence to Mrs. Richard H. Derby, who was Miss Ethel Roosevelt. The collections of the expedition in clude 2,000 mammal and 500 speci mens of birds. The mammal collec tion is the largest received at one time by any American museum of natural history and one of the largest that has ever come out of South America. mmrnm HUERTA PREDICTED [Continued from First Page.] not stay. This decision was due to the atti tude of his own people rather than to any lack of hospitality on the part of the Americans. After he had been taken to a hotel from the police sta tion where he was detained after his arrival, he crossed the street with his 1 family, consisting of his wife and eight children, to lunch at a cafe. Ameri can soldiers accompanied him. They stood in the dining room near his table |and outside other soldiers were busy j preventing the intrusion of angry na- I ttves who muttered their threats and openly denounced him. Editor is Held, i Antonio Rlvero De La Torre, editor j of "El Dlctamen," who was the leader iof a demonstration against Dr. Crru- I tia, is stilll held at police headquar ters charged with disturbing the peace. He has become a popular hero. The Urrutia incident has served to demonstrate in a striking manner the widespread enti-Huerta sentiment in Vera Cruz. Most fugitives from the capital are welcomed by the residents of Vera Cruz but they found it diffi i cut to separate Urrutia from the Hu i erta regime notwithstanding the pub i 11c dropping of the man by the pro i visional president. 'Why, It would appear that they think 1 am still working for Huerta," said the big-framed fugitive, as he paced up and down his room in front of his wife, whose eyes were red with weeping. ' They refuse to believe that I, too. am in danger of my life from that man. Some of them think I a down here on some sort of secret mis sion for Huerta and others that I am here conniving at some plot or other with the rebels. "1 assure you that I am doing neither. lam trying to get away from scenes and situations that have grown hateful to me and which are blotting the record of my country. "Not since the tenth of September have I had anything to do with the government and only once in all that time have I seen Huerta." Greater Than Napoleon. Dr. Urrutia referred to an incident at a dinner at f'hapultepec last fall when Qtierido Moheno and Jose Maria Lozano. member of Huerta's cabinet drank the health of Huerta, styling him as the modern Napoleon and laud ing him as being even greater than the Corslcan. At that time Dr. Urrutia says he did stand before the President and oppose the idea of placing a halo about the head of Huerta, telling him that on How Any Woman Can • Remove Fuzzy Growths j ("the Modern Beauty) Many beauty shops use a delatone paste for removing hair from the face, neck or arms, as it is more satisfactory In every way than the electric needle. Enough of the pow dered delatone and water is mixed into a paste, and spread on the hairy surface for 2 minutes, then removed and with it comes every bit of hair. After the skin is washed It will be firm and free from blemish. To in jure best results, buy the delatone from jour druggist in an original pa l - Uage.—\-Ad\ ertijcoient. [»tt»tytt <r yt▼ t * f y t y *.» »» » I ty t y y>r t y T T T T T ~> y *L¥-f2l!y~*- 1< Join the Bowman 1914 Refrigerator Club and have the CALL 1991-ANY 'PHONE.'#' if use of the Refrigerator while you are paying for it. . IQ 71 Jm t SI.OO sends a Refrigerator to your home. W Fifth Floor BOWMAN'S. WIjJVW/11£44/1 > ' MABR|*BUR«*S POPULAR DEFARTMINT STORK < | The Great Annual May Sale ►' This week demonstrates the Bowman way of providing for the needs of their clientele. The great range of 4 " selections present for your choice the most fashionable garments in ready-to-wear departments. Sheerest, daintiest\ k fabrics, the latest novelties in trimmings and Bouncings for summer gowns, every department is teeming with splendid - > values. We can't get them ail in print, a visit here will convince you of the extraordinary savings and values. < ► A few of the specials: < ; White Sale of ► Beautiful New Flouncings ► Of interest to home dressmakers. The most fash ► ionable summer dresses can be made from these patterns ► and widths with very little work. y 75c and SI.OO 27-inch Swiss Embroidery Flouncing, yd., About 200 yards SI.OO 45-inch embroidered Voile Flouncing. yard 59f ' 20c to 25c Convent Edges, 3 to 8 inches wide, yard., * 12yZt- a"d 15<* * 10c and 12j4c Colored Embroidered Edge? in pink, light ► blue and red, yard i ► 15c Shadow Laces, all white, sto 8 inches wide, yard .. 10<* ► 15c Organdie Edges, yard 10^ ► 10c Embroidered Edges, made on longcloth, yard 5^ ► On the Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. f Dress Shields Special showing of Vaiad Dffw Shields. This shield Is guaranteed perspirn tlon proof. thoroughly hygienio and liealtli fnl to the most delicate skin. Small shirt waist shield 17c Regular size shield 2Or to 37c Bolus, all sizes 50c Net brassieres with shields attached. SI.OO At the Notion Counter- Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. ; Dickens Suits ' Fad For Children ► The Bowman Boys' Shop is headquarters for the '"Dombey," ► ''Oliver Twist," and "David Copperfield" Wash Suits. ► White and blue color combinations 98c and $1.30 y White Russian Sailor and Blouse Suits of madras and cam . brie, plain and blue trimmed: sizes 2/ to 10 years. Prices are 49C, 7oC. 98C and up to White Wash Rah Rah Hats for the little fellows at . . 49C On the Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. T DRAPERIES \ Splendid White Sale Values 20c white curtain lace with finished edges. Just the thing for sash. * transom or sill curtains. 18 and 20 inches wide; yard j 5,-. . 39c white curtain laces, 45 inches wide, for long or short sash or door panels; yard 2Uc ► White scrim, 40 inches wide, plain or stripe; fine for curtains of "ill lengths; yard »5 ( . On Sale on the Fourth Floor—Bowman's. 1 Great White Sale of China y 10c white porcelain nappies, fluted 89c white porcelain ewers and basing !....'. Gso ► 98c white porcelain eombinetts with wire bale handle and cover. 1.73 c 60c dozen 7-inch white porcelain dinner plates, dozen 4,*»c ► 90c dozen white porcelain cups and saucers, dozen . 75c y On Sale In the Basement—BOWMAN'S. ► Handkerchiefs The most complete line of 25c handkerchiefs in Hie city. You will y need a good supply for your summer trip. Plain hems, embroidered corners, embroidered edge and corners, Yen ► ice edges, hemstitched and embroidered corners in more than one hun dred designs, and plain and fancy initial handkerchiefs. Your choice r at, each 23c ► Also a fine line of boxed handkerchiefs—3 and 4 in a box—suitable for graduation presents, box ft. oo BOWMAN'S—Main Floor, Rear. ► Great White Sale of Domestics ► A Rare Opportunity to Replenish Your Bed Supply. ► 50c and 60c Embroidered Pillow Cases in 42 and 45-incli ► size. Eight different patterns to select from. Each li'M ► 15c Lonsdale Bleached Muslin, 36 inches wide. Cut from y the full piece. Yard 10^ y 17c Bleached Pillow Casing, 42 inches wide. Remnants of | . well-known brands. Yard 12^ 10c Bleached Muslin, 36 inches wide, nainsook finish. Cut from the full pieces. Yard $1.25 Sheets, size 90x99 inches, bleached; made of the best brands of muslin. Each , ► 30c Bolster Cases, sizes 42x72 inches, bleached. Made of ► c;ood even thread muslin. Each 22$ ► On the Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. - * * * * A * ± -*■ ♦he day he resigned and opened the way for true democracy In which "In dians, such as you and I," might par ticipate, he indeed would be great. The President rebuked Moheno and Lozano, saying his friend, Urrutla had uttered the sentiment most pleasing to him. "And that sentiment is one I yet hold," declared Dr. Urrutia. "I am not in accord with the administration, Its plans nor policy, and have openly told the President 30. And yet they accuse me of intriguing for him." Dr. Urrutia expects to sail on the steamer Ypiranga. Should the dem onstration against him continue ho will be afforded a refuge on the cruiser Prairie until the Ypiranga sails. Several residents of Vera Cruz have forwarded to the Constitutionalist .iunta at Washington a petition that it use Its influence with the Stat" De partment to have Dr. Urrutia held un / HARRISBURG tfSfafo TELEGRAPH til there is an opportunity to prefer charges against him for his many al leged crimes. Government Rashing War Materials to Saltillo By Associated Press Mexico City, May 19.—General Blanquet, minister of war, said to-day that no great battle has yet begun In Saltillo. So far there have only been hot skirmishes between the vanguards. The government is rushing war ma terial and soldiers Into Saltillo, having left San IJUIH Potosi two days before. The forces of General Zosaya, which had been operating on the San Luis Votosi-Tnmpiro line- been con cent rated in San 1-uis Potosi. General Kniiiio Camp* arrived '"< f Beautiful Summer J Undermuslins ■ Supreme Features of the May White Sale. ? Prices arc so low you will not hesitate to supply • your vacation and summer needs. Combination of drawers and corset cover, made of * Combination of drawers and corset cover, made of * nainsook: corset cover trimmed with wide lace and rib- <■ bon; drawers trimmed with lace 980 < Combination of drawers and corset cover; drawers < made of nainsook with lace trimmings; camisole corset ( Nainsook Night Gown, yoke and sleeves trimmed with wide embroidery beading, ribbon drawn 19$ 4 W hite Skirt, made of nainsook with 15-inch em- I broidery flounce and wide insertion $1.60 4 ! On the Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S. < AUCTION! AUCTION! ; Going I Going! to the Highest Bidder A chance to get that Bed Outfit, Table Outfit and Porch Furniture Outfit at < your own price. a What Will You Give? < Be quick—it may be yours—place your bids in box any day and all day up until " i 9 o'clock Saturday night. sth Floor Auction Sale Basement Auction Sale 3rd Floor Auction Sale' BED OUTFIT TABLE OUTFIT PORCH FURNITURE « One Dinner Set. • fine Rra« P.efl ° ne Fern Dish. i tea. one Fern (artiflcial) One Porch Rocker. One Cotton Felt Mattress. One-half dozen Knives and Forks. One Chair. j One Woven Wire Spring. ! One-half dozen Cut Glass Tum j biers. One Settee. ■< One pair of Pillows. One-half dozen TaVJe Spoons. ; One-half dozen Teaspoons. j What Will You Bid? What Will You Bid? < What Will You Bid? ! A Special Display on Fifth Floor. I Special Display in the. Basement | Special Display on the Third Floor. Ribbons For Every Woman < Girciies and Trimmings Wants Dainty Underwear ' Buy your ribbons here we will make your bows i Pretty designs in stamped pieces. Free embroidcrv j and girdlesfree. i lessons each day after 10 a. m. < Moire ribbons, << inches wide white, light blue, j Stamped nainsook gowns for embroidering at i pink, lavender and black, yard Uoc I 49c 75c and SI 00 89c moire ribbons, S inches wide—white and all j Pique baby sacques. kimono style, for embroider- < the leading shades. Fine for sashes and nirdlcs. j j ng 3 9c ard .. ..... .... . .. . ••••••• •••.;• 59c i Crash cushion tops for embroidering at 25c and 39c 4 On the Mam 1-loor—BOW MANS. BOWMAN'S—Second Floor. < Great White Sale of Millinery ! /T About 200 hats—black and colors—at such low prices that we could j ff \ not enounce them—only by special purchase from manufacturer who H \ \ made liberal concessions as acknowledgment of the business we give i f x&tyil \ them ' A " the latest Bt >' ,es - I I The White Sale nC _ • \Xv fofa, 1 Price ... . . \ / j Splendid Assortment Wliite Panamas, blocked new shapes. F'ure white, ! Hw' ~ with woven edge. Not bleached with chemicals—but sun bleached. < . $5.00 Values, at $3.50 < BOWMAN'S—Second Floor. < , Great White Sale reat White Sale of • in Men's Wear Housefurnishings J ■'He white enameled bath- Men's 50c Night Shirts—Made of fine quality of muslin, with or with- room miri-nr i 1 out collars, each 3»c m minol > triangular shape < Men's 75c Night Shirts—Made of fine quality of barred muslin, with with glass towel bar attached pearl buttons and silk frogs, each 59c ' * Men's 69c White Union Suits—Short sleeves and knee length. Suit, 49c Men's SI.OO L'nion Suits —Munsing union suits with short sleeves, i three-quarter length 79c " nite enamel ware water Men's 50c Athletic Underwear—Made of fine quality of nainsook; fin- pails, 12-quart size < ished with pearl buttons. Each 29c 1 Men's $1.50 White Shirts—Mercerized shirts, coat style with French white enamel ware mucs * cuffs. Each . | < Men's AVliite Shirts—Plain and pleated, coat style, with attached cults. CX ra s P ecla ' a * Barker Brand Linen Collars—Assorted styles. White Sale Price, doz. 19c " ' l " , ° enamc ' irc pitch- Men's White Handkerchief**—Fine quality. White Sale Price, each, 3c ers, special at 39^ On Sale on the Main Floor-BOWMAN'S. In thc Basement-BOWMAN's < night from Saltlno and reported all well there. The resignation of Jose Maria Lo zano, minister of communications and public works, has caused much specu lation in political circles. It came un expectedly but Is said to have no great political significance. The causes of the resignation are not as yet known. The minister of Interior visited Lo zano yesterday and thanked him In the name of the president, for his services. Archbishop Driven Oat of Capital hy Haerta By Associated Press Vera Cruz, May 19.—Archbishop Mors y Del Rio was driven out of Mexico City by Provisional President Huerta. according to information MAY 19, 1914. reaching here to-day. The archbishop the story says, sought an Interview with General Huerta which was at first refused but later accorded uppon the representation that the churchman had a communication from the Pope. The communication, It Is said, proved to be a suggestion that General Huerta resign. The president ap peared to take this advice dispassion ately, making no reply. On the fol lowing day, however, a messenger came to the archbishop with a warn ing from Huerta that he would do well to leave the country. Interest Displayed in Minister's Resignation By Issociaittl Press Mexico City. May 1 Interest la displayed in the uews of the 3 resignation of Jose Maria Lozano, minister of communications and pub lic works, which has Just been an nounced. No reason is assigned for Lozano's retirement. A train came In from San Luis Po tost last night but it brought no Amer icans. This was a disappointment as It was expected that the American vice consul at Saltlllo, John B. Sllll man would be aboard. The resignation of General Fernan dez MacGregor, chief clerk of the for eign office, was demanded yesterday by the acting foreign minister, Kateva Ruiz. The reason given was that ha had ordered General Joaquin Maas at Saltilio to take measures against the American consul, John B. SUllman. General Blanquet, the minister of war, Is authority for the statement that fierce fighting Is In progress north of the city of Tfplc and that the fed erals have gained the advantage.