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NEW GAME LAWS Much Legislation to Protect Birds and Big Game; Fol low Pennsylania's Lead > Washington, Nov. 11. More than 24 0 new game laws were enacted dur ing 1915—a larger number than In iiny previous year except 1911, accord ing to Farmers' Bulletin C 92, "Gaino J.aws for 1915." Regular legislative sessions were held In 43 States, and in all of these, except Arizona, Georgia Lid Nebraska, some changes were "iade in the statutes protecting game. The largest number of new game h ws passed in any one State was 61, North Carolina; but in California, Connecticut, Maine, New Jersey, Ore gon, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin the number reached 10 or more. Several measures were vetoed, including a gen eral game bill in Idaho, the first bill appropriating the hunting license Hind in Pennsylvania, a bill protect ing bears in California and three sec tions of the game bill in Washing ton. A number of bills were introduced for the purpose of harmonizing the State laws on migratory birds with the Federal regulations. In at least | nine States changes were made which j brought the seasons into substantial . agreement, viz, California, Connecti cut, Maine, Michigan, New Hamp shire, Tennessee and West Virginia. In Illinois the seasons for all migratory bird except coot and waterfowl, and in Washington for the smaller shore birds, were made to conform with the regulations under the Federal law. Uniformity was also secured by provisions in the law of Connecticut, Maine, Now Mexico, North Dakota, Washington and Wisconsin, prohibit ing hunting between sunset and sun rise. On the other hand, Delaware adopted a resolution opposing the migratory bird law, and Ohio and Kb ode Island, which had harmonized their seasons in 1914, changed the seasons on waterfowl this year. Follow Pennsylvania's Ijead oil Aliens As a result of the decision of tho supreme court of the United States on January 19, 1914, sustaining the alien hunting law of Pennsylvania, legisla tion prohibiting aliens from hunting or owning shotguns or rides was en acted in at least four States—Massa chusetts. New Jersey, North Dakota, find West Virginia—but certain excep tions based on property qualifications were made in Masasehusetts and New Jersey. Close seasons extending for several years were provided for certain kinds of big game and also for game birds. Hunting mountain sheep was suspend ed in Idaho, Montana, and Washing ton, and goats were protected until 1918 in Montana. Moose were protected for four years in Maine, the first absolute close sea son on this species for S5 years—since the suspension of hunting, from IS7B to 1880. Antelope were given inde finite protection in New Mexico and Montana. In Michigan, New Mexico and Okla- j lioma, prairie chickens were protected for several years. Michigan extended efc->plete protection also to quail, im ported pheasants, grouse and wood ducks for five years. Minnesota pro- \ lected doves, woodcock, plover and j Mood ducks until 1918. New Mexico, gave protection to pheasants, bob white§, pigeons and swans. Oklahoma prolccted doves, grouse, wood ducks and curley. Several birds were re moved from the game list and pro tected through the year. Oklahoma nave such protection to pelicans, gulls and herons. Tennessee declared ring ncck pheasants, hullbats, robins and meadow larks to be nongame birds. Tn a few cases protection was removed from certain species—notably the tur key buzzard in Delaware, Florida and North Carolina, owls and starlings in New Hampshire and cormorants in Illinois and North Dakota. Wyoming Permits Moose Hunting For the first time in 12 years moose hunting is permitted in Wyoming, and for the first time since 1907 prairie chicken shooting is permitted in In- ! diana. Among the novel features in the laws this year may be mentioned tho declaration in the Florida law that Can You Stand the Pace at 60 P Kellogg's Sanitone Wafera Make You Strong and Husky as You "Were in Days of Old. 50-Cent Box FREE. ,' f you're-slowing up" on vitality, feel ''"fore you should, your nerves Wafers How!° Kellogg* Sanitone Look lietter and Feel Yonnger at CO Tlian You IMd at 40. This is the remedy that has aston ished scientists by its quick-action, vitalizing powders. It has brought scores of brainweary. exhausted men and women back to sprightly vigor and the buoyancy of youth. When that .? 1 woebegone feeling makes you tired of the game of life—your nerves have "got you:" you've used up their vital force. 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Send me by return mall, a 50 cent trial box of the wonderful discovery for nerves, Kellogg's Sanitone Waf ers. I enclose 6 cents In stamps to help pay postage and packing. Name Street R.F.D. r w City State V * THURSDAY EVENING, ► i \ fijoumtaitt | a™ I J2xxcrniai& | Fo r d | JSxwmaia \ __ I Zl P" Domestic Depart- Interest to Men I B Men s Overcoats ment has been moved to i A Sale of Wide , T »** "XZZZXT- ■ Four-in-Hand Ties, 55c ST. ZSSTAt ;• L. At a glance you'll notice the very wide ends that come D#% M*jTA fitting; loose back and morrow — < only in ties at the higher prices; and the quality of silks 1— , ■ , —J. medium full back style. —connected by direct stair also speak plainly. _ Browns, greens, blues way with main floor. r Choice, up-to-minute patterns in strong and mild color —— and grays. Velvet and ______ i effects black and white in the newest combinations, One day more to provide Wall Papers at a Very se collars. * l •i t ~ r e unusual saving on inexpensive papers tor the bed- A splendid opportunity Flannelettewear j; ► BOWMAN'S Main Floor. room, kitchen, halls, etc., and on finer grades in- U Trouser?at%s<fc-dark Children's Flannelette 4 y • eluding gilts, two-tones, grass cloths, silk damask, patterns. Rompers, 12^0—light and 4 I China Women's tapestry metallic, gras, and velours. Sale price, aSlfwhTte < ► V_nHld VV UIIICII S are 4c, 7c, 12' Ac and 24c. P ,„ or . stripes; bound in plain cot- ' Imported Glass Vases, l Waictc ors; sizes 2to 6 years. i Y 230 - regularly 39c and LIIOVeS r 59c. < A O 1 1? XT 1""* 1 <tl 7Q Skirts, 100 plain white < White Porcelain Cuspi- Overseam Kid Gloves, /\ Ol T Fr-imPf! 4>1./ 7 and blue with embroidered i L dores, 170 regularly 25c; • SI.OO —regularly $1.25; 2- i. iwiiivu , . . scallops; sizes 6to 14 years. < » colored band decoration. clasp; French lambskin Pi/>f nr 1? vf _ ___ J>e\etal st\lcs in season- Women's Flannelette 4 L Glass Sherbets, doz. gloves in white, black, tan iICCUIT ~ S mmm H-fXtra.OrClinß.rV ? crepe de chines, includ- Skirts, 12iy 2 ik prettv \ f - regularly SI.OO. and gray; not all sizes. . J \"8. . t "« kcd - , l )lcate< ?' en }- stripes of pink and white and ' Brass Jardinieres, 690 Chamoisette Gloves, SO* 1 * I I ere is a reminder of the holidays—just six broidered and novelt) cf- | )lue an(J w j litc < formerly $1.25; limited regularly 75c; 16-button weeks hence —a very special sale of beautiful pic- Ct BOWMAN'S— Third Floor Dressing Sacques 250 i r quantity. length; plain white and tures in becoming frames. fleece lined; gray and blue * BOWMAN'S Basement whUc wjth b , ack cmbroid . Thc vallovs ln i" — " with white figures. I ery . rugged heights - across the seas to Holland, and tliencc Ribbon Remnants, 150 BOWMAN s-Third Floor < ► T~\ r* BOWMAN-S-Main Floor to Asia and her islands. Back to earlv English clays and yd.—formerly 19c to 39c; < y L/fCSS ———. .to great Roman feasts to Biblical and even to vasnte various shades. W7I * 1 < y Black Serge Crepe Cloth, Val. Insertions, 1 2#i primitive times. ' i. .nvmax's-m,!,, k.oq,- (^Qo^g y .100 yd. —42 inches wide; Piece formerly 40c to It's a sale that holds interest to old and young Roving Cloth, yj < \ fi^ ework Many Crepe Kimonos : browt e |r«f Oval and square pi'tures, 16x2° inches in R«do«d to ° ioigdX 7»rPie« - - liagen. about 25 subjects, and 4-inch frames ... _q * jr regularly $1.00; chamois fin- j Broadcloth, 89<; yd. OIIOCS 16x36-inch framed pictures in sepia or colored J yd. /OC I - ish; 36 inches wide; 12 50 inches wide; brown, navy, subjects, with wide frames $1.98 ' yards to the piece. i black and green. ? me O , om l or , , A xn . A large variety of floral Longcloth, $1.19 Piece— i and Cotton Poplin, irrnvfplt" '/"vi'ii • . patterns-in attractive shades. regularly $1.50; chamois fin- < yd. ■— in navy and _ •fL■> * » . aintings and water color pictures, with All fresh and clean, and sc- ish; extra quality; 36 inches i green; 36 inches wide. a ' ' ' ) oak or walnut frames lection may be made from a wide; 12 yards to the piece. A Grecian Silks, yd. Women s Shoes, SM..IW BOWMAN's —Fourth Floor. full range of sizes. Bird'seye Diaper Cloth, stripes and set figures on Pr. —fine, kid, gun metal BOWMAN'S— Third Floor. regularly $1.00; 22 brown, navy, black and Co- and patent colt dress shoes; T r , - . inches wide; 10 vards to the 4 penhagen; 28 inches wide. button and lace styles; every Knit IV l ,iece - 4 Seco Silk, yd. —24 Slz c in the lot. inches wide; street and Women's XDvergaiters, | D I < evening shades. Spats, and Black Jersey T New Keystone Beaters, • OOyS x_xlOinin^ Silk Finish Poplin, 1 2} Leggings, 59<- pair. V-/nUClWcar ; 690 regularly 98c; cream Norfolk Suits Embroidered Flannel, yd.-f inches wide; want- Two-in-One Shoe Pqlisli; Men's Underwear whip, fruit and vegetable formerly $3.95; in clTcck and ' bo ' ] id > tades. black, tan and white, if me dii,m and heavv * weight wlll P- mayonnaise mixer fancy mixtures; patch pock- .———— eav y Crepe Cloth, . />$ box. mixed underwe ir- combination. ets; sewed-on belt; two pair yd. —27 inches wide; plaids BOWMAN'S-Main Floor wo ° . J", underwear, pants' sizes Bto 16 vears and plain shades. ___________ mostly shirts. O-So-Ezy Floor Mops, ' p r . rr J„ rr> ,, p anl . c "rrn>. 1 ifllf vjOOCIS < Black Mercerized Satine, Men's Union Suits, $1.98 98f regularly $1.50; two- formerly 75c* 'tan Hid $1 and $' Wavv Hair « 150 yd.-36 inches wide; \}_ H * . -natural wool ribbed; ""-one combination, polish brovn - sizes' 6 'to 16 V ears Switches 79c INotions h„v»* mopa „d<t ry „,„ P 10c Bronze Hair Pins, box, 3c Women s Union Suits, Carolina Wash Boards, SS,SO blue, gray and except gray, .... 3 for 1 IS KS'?iS?%iSSS K -heavy weight; white regularly 25c; re- brown; size. 2JS and A 50c Sanitary Hair Rolls. ] Knickerbocker Sat n I 25c a » l l BarrettPS 5c an( l peeler color ; silk finish \ersiule. BOWMAN'S—Second Floor 390 J Spreads, *1.98 53.00 5c Lingerie l Tape,' and pearl buttons. Wearever Aluminum Fry nowMAVK-Third Floor value; in rose, pink, gold Be Braid Pins, 2 for Women's Underwear, Pans, — regularly $1; ————————— and blue; double bed size; Black and white shirring cord ; 3 Garments, SI.OO limited quantity. Automobde Veils, Neckwear, at 100— < " hemmed. Sanitary'Napkins'.'doz.' '.'. loc bleached; silk finish and 10 rolls Crepe Toilet Pa- vardf wi 7 values up to 50c; collars, , ► BOWMAN'S—Main Floor a Buttons, values up to 75c, at , | )llltr , n< . . npr F >ai ds long. and collar aild Cliff sets. doz 10c and 25e pearl DUttOllS , lleece lined. per, BOWMAN'S—Main Floor BOWMAN'S—Main Floor i BOWMAN'S—Main Floor BOWMAN'S—Main Floor BOWMAN'S—Basement L^—^———————————————— •< ownership ot game is vested in tha respective counties; the provision n the California law protecting spike bucks, or deer with unbranched horns, instead of deer with horns of a cer tain length; and the Wyoming experi ment of allowing the killing of 50 bull moose under SIOO licenses instead of an indefinite number during a limited season. Methods of hunting were restricted in Michigan by prohibiting the use of automobiles in hunting partridges, an 1 In Indiana by prohibiting the use of searchlights or other artificial lights attached to autos for hunting game on or near a highway. Several new restrictions on shipments appeared for the first time. Illinois prohibited im portation from points outside the State of any game except deer legally killed. Pennsylvania prohibited ship ment of game by parcel post, and Wis consin, shipment under an alias. Con necticut authorized the commission ers of fisheries and game to grant per mits to bring in game tawrutly killed outside the State, provided such game is not offered for sale. Qnnil Notwithstanding the agitation In favor of protecting quail for several years in some sections, no bills of this kind were passed this year, and 59 States still provide quail shooting. The seasons were shortened six weeks in Oklahoma and two weeks in Nevada. Limits were established for the first time in Arkansas and New Hampshire, reduced in lowa from 25 to 15 per day, in Oklahoma from 25 to 10, in Minnesota from 15 to 10, and in creased in Nevada from 15 to 20. All but 14 of the States which permit quail hunting now have a limit of 20 birds or less per day. Waterfowl All the States now allow waterfowl hunting, but the wood duck is pro tected for several years throughout the Northern zone, and in the South ern zone in the States of California. Kansas and West Virginia. Daily hag limits were established for the first time in Arkansas and Connecticut, re duced in Oklahoma from 25 to 10, and increased in Missouri from 10 to 15. Most of the States now have a limit of 25 or less per day. Open Seasons Open seasons were lengthened in Montana on elk and deer two weeks: in Florida on deer and birds three ; weeks; in Minnesota on quail 20 days; and in Nevada on sage hens four and a half months, on grouse one month, and on quail two weeks. New Jersey reverted to the former plan of hunt ing deer on four consecutive Wednes days, Instead of five consecutive days. Seasons were shortened in a num ber of States. In the case of big game the deer season was curtailed m Arkansas three months, in Oregon and Washington two weeks. In New Mexico the seasons were generally shortened and arranged in two districts divided at latitude 35 degrees. In California the dove season was made later, and in Minnesota shortened 20 days; in Oklahoma the «iuai 1 season was curtailed six weeks, and in Michi gan, Nevada (ducks), Tennessee, and Wyoming, spring shoting of water fowl was abolished. The more important changes affect ing big game Included the closing of the season for four years on moose in Maine; authorization for the killing of 50 bull moose in Wyoming; lengthen ing the season on elk in Montana two weeks; closing the season on mountain j sheep in Montana; changes affecting does in seven States, including the re moval of protection in Florida, Ne vada, New Jersey and Wyoming; es tablishment of a limit in Arkansas, and decrease in the limits in Alaska, Michigan, Montana and Nevada. Under present conditions deer hunt ing is permitted in 36 States, in about one-third of which the hunter is limited to one deer a season, and in most of the others to two. Eighteen States protect does at all seasons and allow only bucks to be killed—namely, Alabama, Arizona, California, Georgie, Idaho, Missouri, Misissippi, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pemwylvania, Texas, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia and Wiscon —j | Makes Stubborn Coughs | || Vanish in a Hurry |i ' K Surprisingly Good Cough Syrup ® Eaatly and Cheaply § i Made at Home If some one in your family lias an ob stinate cough or a bad throat or chest cold that has been hanging on and refuses to yield to treatment, get from any drug store 2y% ounces of l inex and make it ( into a pint of cough syrup, aud watch that cough vanish. Pour the 2Ys ounces of Pinex (50 cents worth) into a pint bottle and till j the bottle with plain granulated sugar •yrup. The total cost is about 54 cents, and gives you a full pint— a family supply—of a most effective remedy, at a saving of $2. A day's use will usually overcome a hard cough. Easily prepared in 5 minutes —full directions with Pinex. Keeps perfectly and has a pleasant taste. Children like it. It's really remarkable how promptly and easily it loosens the dry, hoarse or tight cough and heals the inflamed mem branes in a painful cough. It also stops the formation of phlegm in the throat and bronchial tubes, thus ending the per sistent loose cough. A splendid remedy for bronchitis, winter coughs, bronchial asthma and whooping cougu. Pinex is a special and highly concen trated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, rich in guaiaco), which is so healing to the membranes. Avoid disappointment bv asking your druggist for "2% ounces of Pinex," and do not accept anything else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction goes with this preparation or money promptly refunded. The Pinex Co., i't. VVayne, Ind. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH sin. Pennsylvania requires that deer Killed shall have horns two inches ahove the hair. New York and Ver mont at least three inches long, and West Virginia four inches long, while California prohibits entirely the kill ins of spike bucks. Great Crowd Will Hear Mischa Elman and New York Symphony Practically every town and village within twenty-five miles of Harrisburg wil be represented at the joint concert to be given this evening in Chestnut «... " i! 5 Better Service to Our Depositors | Sj ff == = ' n ~ „ —"™ . „ This bank has always tried to give you good service. r 0 fe- Dauphin Deposit Trust Company It has safeguarded your funds. It has collected the cash 1 ' — represented by the checks you have deposited. It has de- - i | ~ i livered the cash ordered paid by the checks you have issued 7Tj S|J|: Till" § i *!!!?" — even urn^s hed you the check blanks. It L&s returned your z : "I?! 1 cancelled checks.as receipts. 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Our methods may suggest how you can render similar service to of turning in your pass-book each month. your customers. Giving service pays. § p Street Auditorium by the New York Symphony Orchestra, Walter Damrosch, conductor, and Mischa Elman, the great Russian violinist. Never before has there been such widespread interest In an instrumental musical attraction here and only the size of the hall per mits the acommodation of the great crowd that will attend. The New York Symphony Orchestra will brinsf with it to-night seventy-five pieces exclusive of the conductor. This is the orchestra that over a year ago was endowed by Harry Harkness Flag ler, president of the Symphony So ciety of New York, to the extent of a guaranteed income of SIOO,OOO annu ally. This has given Mr. ]>amroscii a free hand to continue his work under ideal conditions without restrictions ot any kind. The first Beethoven Festival in American was given under the di rection of Mr. Damrosch and one of NOVEMBER 11, 1915. the numbers on to-night's program will be the Fifth Beethoven Symphony. Elman will play his SIO,OOO Strad to-night, and has promised to play as encores several of his own composi tions and those that have made him loved by all owners of talking ma chines, who buy his records In num bers sufficient to give Elman SIOO,OOO Prescription for 1 II Eczema I KB for If rwn ths ttundard «kia remedr a H Jas 0g H liquidiucdrxternally <n«(o»*r«!irffromitrh. El PJP mwm m Soat) cl«an tkud heuithjr. 3 a year In royalties from this source alone. Owing to Ihe bigr demand for seals from Hummelstown", Hcrshey. Pal myra, Annvllle and Lebanon special cars will be run after the concert to accommodate patrons from these towns, and already nearly 100 tickets have been ordered from the Lebanon Valley towns.