Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, January 02, 1914, Page 13, Image 13

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LOST Sunday nlglit *. PiV
rember 21, green enanieled lonK Pln.
with green setting and t* o peart*,
either from Board of Trade "Jfrd ft
or on Oberlln line trolley. Kewara 11
returned to thle office. f i
Collie pup. two weeks ago. Black and
white with collar. R ew j" < LL f r 5 "™ u
to Mrs. E. Baer. 131 North Summit
street. Harrisburg._
TjOeT Lady's open-faaa » tl * er
watch, with fob. Inttlala J. 8. T. Re
ward If returned to C Ity Board
Health. Telegraph Building.
Found 1
FOUND At Twenty-first and Derry
streets, a lady's bead handbag. Owner
can have same by calling at 138 Bout n
Twenty-first street and paying foi this
Help Wanted—Male
Jobs. 165 to $l5O month.. . ®
Examinations aoon. W r }ff '™ now
ately for free l.st of P os iM?" h in „?l 0 n
available and Spring £*f" n e nr
schedule. Frankllng Institute. Dept.
SSIJ, Rochester. N. v.
and advertise our different Mome Fte
dies and Extracts, a"}?"?,
from Lewistown to * llddlet n l., ®5
manent position. t,al ®. v >' MpJlcine
penses paid. Address The Dill Medicine
Co.. Norriatown, Pa.
YOUNG man for farm, one that has
good habits; state wages ex P®'; t , ed f
winter months and summer monthß.
one that has experience. Address JV.,
4 43. cara of Telegraph.
Help Wanted—Female
\\ experienced woman for general
housework; no washing. >romn« ? r
sweeping; must be a good, P la '?. c s? n '
Apply evening, i to 9 o clock. 218 Pine
"WOMAN of energy and education for
permanent position. Good ln J"°. m ®' Ap
plv morning. Room 410 Patriot Build
COMPETENT white cook, chamber
maid and waitress. Also nurse for small
family. Reference. Good wages. Apply
617 North Second street.
EXPERIENCED girls, also learners,
for fitting room. Apply Harrlsburg
Shoe Mfg. Co., Vernon street. Harris
bucg, Pa-
GIRL, for general housework and
cooking; $5 a week; small family, r.
G. Hartman. New Cumberland, Pa.
GIRL for general housework; must
sleep home; reference required. Call
227 Pine street.
GIRLS wanted, at once, to work In
packing and fitting room. Apply
Devlne & Yungei Shoe Mfg. Co., six
teenth and State streets.
Help Wanted—Male and Female
FOR general housework, man and
wife; good home and reasonable wages.
Apply at Harrisburg Academy Office,
Monday, January 5.
Jobs. s6r> to $l5O month. Harrisburg
Examinations soon. Write immedi
ately for free list of positions now
.-ivai'lable and Spring Examination
schedule. Franklin Institute, Dept.
351J, Rochester, N. Y.
Situations Wanted—Male
MJDDLE-AGED lady, with experi
ence, desires cases of maternity nurs
ing. Call on, or address, 357 South
Eighteenth street.
BY experienced dressmaker, sewing,
to do at home preferred, but will go out
by day. Address D., 419, care of Tele
1 *
BY young man, position as clerk in
grocery store or second cook in restau
rant. Address C., 444, caro of Tele
YOUNG man wishes position as clerk
in store: six years' experience; can
write show cards, trim windows and
mercantile decoration. Address Box 440,
care of Telegraph.
REFINED widow desires position as
working housekeeper. Address W., 445,
care of Telegraph.
Situations Wanted—Female
LADY stenographer and bookkeeper,
with six years' experience, desires po
sition. Call Cameron's, North
Third street.
MIDDLE-AGED woman desires posi
tion as housekeeper for widower. Ap
ply 1511 New Fifth street.
COLORED woman desires general
housework. Address 1334 New Fourth
MARRIED man wishes position in
grocery store. Experienced as both
proprietor and manager. Can furnish
reference and bond if necessary. Call,
or address, 222 South Fifteenth street.
A MIDDLE-AGED white woman
wants to keep house for a respectable
w-idower in the city or in a little coun
try town; can give the best of refer
ences. Address 8., 441, care of Tele
MIDDLE-AGED woman would like
home in refined. Christian family,
where companionship and assistance in
light work would be accepted in lieu
of board. Address R., 431, care of Tele
Rooms For Rent
TWO large furnished rooms, on sec
ond floor, for light housekeeping, with
all conveniences. 1100 North Sixth
A FEW select furnished rooms In a
quiet, private home. Rooms warm and
use of phone. 117 Pine.
NICELY furnished rooms, on aecond
floor, with use of bath. 933 North Sec
ond street.
FURNISHED ROOM, with boarding,
for gentlemen or man and wife, at 1420
w Regina. street, near Thirteenth and Mar
ket. Terms reasonable.
FURNISHED ROOMS, single or en
site; all conveniences. Including phone
reference required. Apply 1016 North
Froiit street.
NICELY furnished, front room; elec
tric light and gas; steam heat Inquire
1219 North Second street
Wanted to Rent
WANTED TO RENT Modern house,
all conveniences, eight or ten rooms
with some ground. North, Front or Sec
ond street, preferred. Two lu family.
Address Box 446, care of Telegraph.
Highspire Home
LOT 125x125 FT.
Cor. Mlddletown Pike and
Poplar Ave.
Improved with a 2 M -story, 7-
room and outkltchen frame dwell
ing (single house.)
Frame horse stable and wagon
shed —chicken house—fruit trees
and grape vines.
Entire lot is fenced—trolley
■tops in front of property.
For prompt buying we will
make the price $1,200; reason
able amount cash.
- Miller Bros. & Baker
Federal Square, Harrisburg
Business Personals I
i I
EXPRESS, Baggage and Freight
hauled and Parcel! delivered. Piano
and Furniture Moving a specialty;,
storage; Furniture packing. Bell phone I
1684 J. lilt Montgomery street.
H. W. LATUb. Hoarding Stable and
National Transfer Co. Movers of
fuanos, safes, boilers and general haui
ng. H. W. Lathe. Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No.
2503 R.
FOR falling hair try Gross' Quinine ■
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the,
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
street, Harrisburg. Pa Telephone
'orders given prompt attention. Bell,
1960. j
IN 3-atory brick building, rear 408
Market wtreet.
Household goods In elenn, private
rooms. Reasonable rates. Apply to
P. «. Olener, Jeweler, 4W Market »<■
with best material and by expert heip.
Send us your worn furniture. Our best
efforts insure your satisfaction. 8. N.
Cluck. 220 Woodbine street.
BIG LOT of unredeemed Overcoats
for sale and masquerade suits for hire.
Phone 1251 J.
Real Estate For Sale
BRICK HOCSE. valued at 13.200
practlcallv new modernly equipped—
i located above Maclay street, is offered
I In exchange for downtown property
| balance in cash. Bell Realty Co., Ber
| ner Building.
409 KELKER ST. 3-story frame —
11 .rooms, bath and furnace lot, 40x
S3—driveway on rear. Brlnton-Packer
Co., Second and Walnut streets.
614 ROSS ST. —• 2 -story brick 7
rooms, bath and furnace fvont and
rear porches lot, 15x79. Brlnton-
I Packer Co., Second and Walnut streets.
CITY steam-heated house for sale—
near Market Square lO rooms and
bath gas and electric light. Very
little cash needed. Particulars at Bell
Realty Co.. Bergner Building.
Carlisle trolley lO miles from Har
risburg. House barn and outbuild
ings In good repair. I am leaving Har
risburg; bargain to quick buyer. Ad
dress F. L Kompff (.owner), P. O. Box
j 788. Harrisburg. Pa.
THREE-STORY brick dwelling; front
and rear porches; all Improvements;
good condition. Possession at once,
owner leaving city. Call 1946 Green
| street.
i DESIRABLE Investment property for
sale new brick houses with all "mod
ern conveniences now occupied and
yielding over 8 tier cent. net. Particu
lars at Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build
; ing.
THE biggest, the best, the cheapest
on Camp Hill Heights. Call Bell 'phone
3048 L
NEW houses, $1,600 to $6,000. Terms
reasonable. See D. E. Brlghtbill, In
surance and Real Estate. Both phones.
$2,350 WILL BUT a brick house on
Cumberland street, near Capital street.
Also Herr street brick house nine
rooms and bath. Price. $2,700. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
Third street. Inquire at 141" Green
ARK you Interested in buying a home
or making a 10 per cent, investment.
Seven two-story brick dwellings on
Boas near Fifteenth street, with im
provements. about finished. I will be
on the premises 9 to 3 or by appoint
ment. Inquire E. O. Shaffner. 107 Boas
street. Bell phone 1295 R.
CORNER PROPERTY facing Capitol
Park l2 rooms and bath gas and
electric light city strain heat. Price
and full particulars at Bell Realty Co.,
Bergtier Building.
Real Estate For Rent
nut street, near Fourth street, three
stories and basement, elevator service,
size, 23xS0. for two years. Suit
able for most any business or manu
facturing. in heart of business section.
Chas. Adler, 1002 North Third street,
Harrisburg, Pa.
No. 221 N. Fifteenth St $30.00
Large house and two acres of
land at Lawnton 25.00
1251 Market Street.
1100 GREEN ST. (corner house) —3-
story brick 8 rooms bath—steam
heat combination lighting cement
ed cellar s36 and water. Miller Bros.
& Baker, Federal Square.
NEJW 6-rooin house* with stables,
near Twenty-third street, at Edgemont,
H mile north of Penbrook, and to cars.
Rent, $6.00. Address G. S. Hartman, 38
North Twelfth street, Harrisburg, Pa.
THREE-STORY brick house. No. 2110
Derry street; 8 rooms and bath; all
conveniences: T>ack and side yards;
most pleasant place in the East End.
Call 2102 Derry street.
New house: all Improvements; 8
rooms and bath: large lot; located at
3219 North Third. Call Bell phone
1452 L
AT 946 South Twenty-first street,
small house with large lot. Rent, sls
per month. A. W. Swengel, 219 South
Thirteenth street.
STORE ROOM. No. 331 South Four
teenth street; rent. $15.00. For par
ticulars see John C. Orr, 222 Market
FOR RENT—In Highspire, large 6-
room house, with chicken house and hoir
pen ; _s9 1 50 ; __\V. J. Reeves. Highspire. Pa.
For Sale
REO Touring Car, 1911 model, in
excellent condition. Owner has no use
for same. Will demonstrate. Applv to
owner, Levi Saul. Engineer at Russ
Bros., Sixteenth and Walnut.
been completely overhauled and put in
first-class running or«er. Tires almost
new. Extra tires and tubes, Presto
lite tank, chains, top, storm front and
complete equipment of tools. Price.
$125.00. Ask for Vandergrift, 108
South Second street. Harrisburg, Pa.
$25.00, Near Sealskin Coat, three-'
quarter length, size 44. in good condi
tion; satin lining, as good as new; cost
$65.00. Address Near Sealskin Coat,
care of Telegraph.
One font of 10 /pt. O. S. with Antique,
and one font of 12 pt. O. S. with An
tique; both fonts cut to run In lower
magazine Model 4. and in first-class
condition. These fonts can be used in
single magazine machines. The Tele
graph Printing Co., Harrisburg, Pa.
_ KINNELL Chain Bottom Emergency
Shoes and Red Tip Neverslip Emerg-
e s°y Horse Shoes. Also a large line
of Neverslip Red Tip Calks. Beware of
the icy streets. Harrisburg Harness &
Supply Co., Corner Second and Chest
HARDWARE anjJ Housefurnlslilng
Store, strictly up-to-date; good estab
lished cash business, and a payer. Un
less you mean business, don't answer
this ad. Addres "Hardware," care of
Dally Telegraph.
located, established more than fifteen
years, can be purchased cheap for cash
or terms to suit buyer. Apply Robert
A. Carl, 14 North Market Square.
RESTAURANT, good location, large
established trade, doing good business.
Good reason for selling. Address G..
448, care of Telegraph.
new. 22-inch frame, Peerless coaster
brake. This Is a bargain. Come, look
it over at 1114 Captltal street, rear.
AN Aquarium, about 3 feet square
with table. Address A., 402. care of
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at tht
Telegraph Business Office-
MILLER Died January 1, 1914. at 11 '
A. M.. Manic E. Miller, wife of Under- |
taker E. J. Miller, of r»SO Race street.
Services Monday afternoon, at 2 P. ,
M.. from her late residence. Relatives
and friends are Invited to attend with- j
out further notice. Burial private.
' I
Salesmen Wanted
SALESMAN for house paint to prop- 1
ertv owners. Profitable employment
and exclusive territory for successful
salesmen. Address the Puritan Oil &
Paint Co.. Cleveland, Ohio.
Legal Notices
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
fartnershlp heretofore subsisting be
ween Frank W. Reuwer and Ross
O'Brlne. under the tirni name of
Reuwer and O'Brine, was dissolved on
the 2d day of January, 1914, by mutual
I NOTICE IS hereby given that on Mon
! day, January 12, 1914, at 10 o'clock A.
i M.; In Court Boom No. 1. of the Court
I House, at Harrlsburg, Pa., application
will be made to the Court of Quarter
Session* of Dauphin County v fof an
i order and decree that the BOROUGH
I OF DAUPHIN, In said county, be made
, subject to 'he restrictions and possess
: the powers and privileges conferred by
! the Act of General Assembly of this
Commonwealth, entitled An Act regu
i latins boroughs, approved April 3
! igsi and the amendments and the sup
! plements thereto, and that the pre
visions of the former charter of said
I borough shall be annulled so ft as
! they are in conflict with the provision*
I of said Act. in accordance with the pe
tlon of twenty-five qualified meotora
land residents of said borou'u, present
ed to said Court oti September 2s, 1913,
and by urder of the Court filed of
record to No. 234 H. September Sessiona,
Clerk of said Court
WHEREAS, the Hon. George Kunkel,
President Judge, and Hon. Samuel J.
M. McCarrell. Additional Law Judge, of
Oyer and Terminer and Quarter Ses
sions of the Peace of the Twelfth Ju
dicial District, composed of the County
of Dauphin, having Issued their pre
cept. bearing date the 6th day of De
cember. A. D. 1913, to me directed for
holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer
and General Jail Delivery and Quarter
Sessions of the Peace of Harrisburg
for tlie County of Dauphin, and to com
! mence the second Monday of January.
1914, being the 12th day of January,
1914, and to continue two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given to
the Coroner. Justices of the Peace, Al
dermen and Constables of said County
of Dauphin that they may be then and
there In their proper persona at 10
O'clock in the forenoon of said day,
with their records, inquisitions, exami
nations and their own remembrances,
to do those things which to their of
fice appertain to be done, and those
who are bound in recognizances to
prosecute against the prisoners that
are or shall be in the jail of Dauphin
County be then and there to prosecute
against them as shall be just.
Given under my hand at Harrisburg,
the 9th day of December. A. D. 1913.
being the one hundred and thirty
eighth year of Independence of the
I United States.
Sheriff's Office, Harrisburg, Pa. Decern -
I ber 9, 1913.
THE Stockholders of the Dauphin
County Mutual Fire Insurance Com
pany are hereby notified that a meeting
for the election of officers for the en
suing year will be held at the Eagle
Hotel. Llnglestown. Monday, January
5, 1913. from 10:00 A. M. to 3:00 P. M.
By order of the president.
THE Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders for the election of Directors
for the ensuing year, and such other
business as may properly come before
said meeting, will be held in the Di
rectors' Room, Commonwealth Trust
Company, 222 Market Street. Harris
burg. Pa., on Tuesday, January 27, 1911,
at 2 o'clock P. M.
December 26. 1913.
NOTICE is hereby given that an elec
tion of nine (9) Directors will be held
at the Banking Room of the First Na
tional Bank, on Tuesday, the 13th dav
of January, 1914. between the hours of
11 and 2 o'clock.
THE annual meeting of the Stock
holders ruf the Harrisburg Bridge Com
pany wifl be held at the Board of
Trade, in the City of Harrisburg, on
Monday. January 5, 1914, between the
hours of 1 and 3 P. M.. when thev will
elect a President, Secretary and "freas
urer and twelve Directors to serve for
the ensuing year.
Secretary ami Treasurer.
largo brick warehouses, built ex
pressly for storage. Private -ooms
for household goods and unexcelled fa
cilities for storing all, kinds of mer
chandise. Low storage rates. South
St. and Penr~. R. R.
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms. $1 to S3. Wagons, 75 cents
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co., 411
Broad street. Both phones.
Furniture Packing
A. 11. SHRENK, 1006 North Sixth
street. Bell phone 399 W. experienced
Packer and Unpacker of Furniture,
China and Bric-a-brac.
Rooms Wanted
WANTED—Three unfurnished rooms
with bath, for light housekeeping Cen
tral location preferred. State price and
location. Address 11., 447, care of Tele
For Rent
FOR RENT Desirable offices In the
Telegraph Building, singly or en>aulte.
Inquire at Bualneaa Office.
secured at the Telegraph Business
For Sale
For Rent
Furnished Rooms
Unfurnished Rooms
Cards Neatly and
Attractively Printed
Can Be Secured at
The Telegraph
Business Office
216 Federal Square
General News of Mixed Character Varying During Open
Hours in Wall Street
By Associated I'rcss
New York, Jan. 2.—Announcement
that the partners in the banklnghouse
of J. P. Morgan & To. had retired
from the boards of over a Score of rail
roads, banks, trust companies. Indus
trial corportions and utility companies
was the most noteworthy feature of
the day's early stock nnirket. The
news did not become nubile until
shortly before midday, prior to which
time the market had shown some firm
ness on very light dealings.
General news of the day was of a
mixed character, varying from reas
suring trade advices to adverse for-
By Associated t'riss
Philadelphia, Jan. 2. Wheat
Higher; No. 2, red, export elevator, 94
©94% c; No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export,
Corn Steady; new, No. 2, yellow,
natural, local, 70®71c; do., kiln dried,
local. 74® 75c.
Oats Higher; No. 2, white, 45'j®
Bran Market firm; winter, per
ton, $26.00@26.50; spring, per ton,
Refined Sugars Market weak;
powdered, 4.25 c; fine granulated. 4.15 c;
confectioners' A, 4.05 c; Keystone, A.
4.06 c.
Butter The Market Is firm;
western, creamery, extras, 36® 38c;
nearby prints, fancy, 42c.
Eggs The market is lower;
Pennsylvan!a and other nearby firsts,
free cases, SIO.BO per case; do., current
receipts, free cases. 110.50 per case;
"•western extras, firsts, free cases SIO.BO
per case; do., firsts, free cases, $10.60
per case.
_Blve Pbultry Steady; fowls, 15®
17c; young chickens. 15® 17c;
broiling chickens. 15%® 17c; old roost
ers, 12®13c; ducks. 14®16c; do., spring
ducks. 15® 16c; geese, 14® 16c; turkeys,
17® 19c.
Dressed Poultry Steady; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 18c; do..
medium sizes, 15®17c; do., light
weights, 12@14c; old roosters. 13c;
roasting chlckens.fancy,l9@>l9%c;broil
'ng <hlckens. fancy lijrlSc ii<> fat
14(iT16c; turkeys, fancy. 23t£®25c; do.,
common, 18®20c; ducks, 114i19c; geese,
11018 c.
Potatoes—Steady; Pennsylvania, per
bushej. 7r>®Boc; New York, per bushel.
70®75c; Jersey, per basket, 20®50c.
Flour—The market is steady; winter,
clear, $3.76®4.00; straights, Penn
sylvania. $4.15®>1.30: western. $4.25®
4.50; patents. $4.60®4.55; Kansas,
tralght, Jute sacks, $4.10®4.30; spring,
fi »ts, clear. $4.00©4.20; straight,s4.2o<o
4.40: patents, $4.50®4.66.
Hay The market is steady; tim
! othy. No. 1, large bales, slß.oo® 18.50;
No. 1. medium bales. $17.50® 18.00; No.
j 2, $16.50® 17.00; No. 3, $14.00@ 15.00.
i Clover mixed: Bight mixed, $16.50®
1 17.00; No. 1, $15.50® 16.00; No. 2. $14.50
| <S 15.50.
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., Jan. 2. Hogs Re
ceipts. 26,000: strong. Bulk of sales,
$7.95®8.in; light, »7.70 fa S. 10; mixed,
$7.75(8 8.15; heavy. s7.7s<fi 8.20; rough.
$7.755 7.85; pigs. $6.75®7.75.
Cattle Receipts, 4,000: steady.
Beeves, $fi.70®9.40: Texas sfeers. $6.90
07.90; stockers and feeders. $5.00®
7.45; cows and heifers, $3.50®8.60;
calves. $7.00® 11.40.
Sheep Receipts, 16.A00; steady.
Native, $1.70® 6.10; yearlings, $5.S5®
7.1J; lambs, native, $6.70®8.20.
Letter List
the Post Office, at Harrisburg. Pa., for
the week ending December 27, 1913:
Badies' Bist Miss Alice O. Ander
son. Mrs. J. M. Bowers, Mrs. Ella E.
Buttler, Mrs. C. E. Cole. Miss Thelma
DeHart. Miss Dora Douglas, Mrs. Clar
ence Duncan, Miss Florence Evens. Mrs.
Cora Eves. Mrs. Alice Foltz. Mrs. Jen
nie Fove, Mrs. E. M. Frear, Miss Mary
Fry, Miss Baura Glimore. Sirs. Gilbert
Hassler, Miss Bu 1 e Hlmes. Miss Mary
James, Miss Marie Kauffman. Mrs.
Harry Law. Mrs. B. A. Bightfoot, Es
ther G. Bong, Miss A. E. Maguire. Mrs.
Charles Minke. Miss Viola Porter, Mrs.
E. W. Quigley. Miss Bcila Rice. Miss
Cathryn Roblson, Mrs. A. B. Russell.
Miss Ruth Seavy, Mrs. Bertha Shoop.
Miss Sadie Stare. Mrs. Bouisa Thorn
ton. Mrs. Mary Weber.
Gentlemen's Blst Herman R.
Adams, Edgar Alcorn, C. E. Bargner,
Mr. D. Biggan. F. I). Bossy, Grover
Bower. William 11. Bayes, William
Cain. Hugh Campbell. George Z. Cas
sell. George Carver, Charles Caul), W.
F. Chlpman. W. A. Coover, J. E. Craig.
W. F. Cevwell, Walter Dixon. Judge
Dull. J. W. Evans, W. M. Freeman,
Wolford Gelger, Giovanni DtPietro, W.
A. Granprlce, Mell Grooms, E. C. Hard
ing. Thomas B. Hopper. Robert R.
John, Warney Koutch. A. A. Klngsland.
Bewis Kohn, Sam Bawyer, Charles E.
Dawson, H. R. Bewis, J. Bongeneoker. T.
R. C. E. Montgomery. B 11. Mor
row. F. D. Myers. W. D. Plouse, 1). 11.
Riddle. 11. E. Ritter. Staukok Rola, W.
W. Shirk. William Spewall, H. B. Ster
ner, E. Stileals, Joseph Stork, F. Tyas,
J. S. Uhler, Frederick Ulrleh. James 11.
Walker, E. Walls. William Welse, A. C.
Wilcox. J. G. Williams. John M. Wil
liams. Harris A. Wilson, Jacob O. Win
ters. Caie Wright, J. S. Young
Firms Geo. A. Bennett Co.. The
Hale Bibrarian. Harrisburg Baundry,
Southern Band Co (2).
Foreign Beo Ammons. F. K. Brick
er F. J. Carleton, F. Mattock, Tom
Persons should invariably have their
mail matter addressed to their street
and number, thereby Insuring prompt
delivery by the carriers.
. Business Opportunities
ANT Intelligent person can earn good
Income corresponding (or newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Syndicate, 798, Lock
port, N. T.
I MADE 150,000 In five years in the
mail- order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock. 355 Lockport, N. T.
.FOR SALE—Reasonable, an up-to
date mrat market doing a thirty-live
thousand dollar business yearly, with
or without real estate. Apply to Dreibll
bls & Son, Millerßburg, Pa.
TO board and rare for elderly lady or
married couple at Enola. Terms rea
sonable. Address Enola, No. 450, care
of Telegraph.
WANTED, at once, five tons of red
clover hay. Address Stouffer Poultry
ff 1
Herses For Sale
All In flrst-class condition. We
have more than we need for the
United Ice & Coal Co.,
Forster and Cowden Sta.
Money to Loan
of loaning money by which borrowers
share profits of lenders, Legal rates,
easy terms, confidential. Offices, Rooms
6-7, 9 North Market Square.
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate
ecurlty In any amount ar.d upon any
erms to suit borrower. Address P. O.
in* 174. Harrlsburr Pa.
4Dd others upon their own names
heap rates, easy payments, confiden
A Jams * Os. Market H
eign conditions. The weekly state
ment of the Bank of England showed
a sharp decline in Us proportion of
reserves to liabilities, although that
Item was in excess of the correspond
ing week last yet#.
Copper share* were sold in this
market for foreign account with a
springllng of Canadian Pacific hihl
United State Steel. The strongest is
sues in the home market were Cana
dian Pacific and New Haven, with
substantial gains in Northwestern and
Heading. The market leaders were
under early pressure, but soon rose
above the llnal figures of last year.
Bonds were steady.
l-'urulshrd Itv H. W, SSAVELV,
Arcade Building.
New York, Jan. 2.
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Amal. Copper 7314 73%
American Can 30 30
Am. Ice Securities . . 24% 24
Am. Locomotive ... 31 % 32 %
American Smelting . 03 % 3 %
American Sugar ... 109% 103*3
Am. T. & T 1181, 117%
Anaconda xd. %.. . 34 9* 54%
Atchison 95% 94
Baltimore & Ohio.. 92% 92%
Brooklyn R. T 8814 88
California Petroleum 18 18
I Canadian Pacific .. 207 2"7%
Central Leather ... 27%, 27%
| Chesapeake & Ohio. GO 1 * 60%
C.. M. & St. P 99% H»0
| Chicago & N. W 128 12!)
! Chlno Con. Copper . 39% 38%
I Col. F. & 1 29 23%
IConsol. Gas 130 130
'Corn Products 9% 9%
Distilling Securities . 18% 18 V*
Erie 27% 28%
[Great Northern pfd. 126% 126%
(Great Nor. Ore subs. 34% 34%
! Interboro-Met 15 to
] Lehigh Valley 149% 149%
1 Mex. Petroleum .... 46% 47
i Mo., Kan. & Texas . 19% 19%
! Missouri Pacific .... 24% 24%
I New York Central .. 92% 91
iN. Y.. N. H. &H. .. 76% 76%
[Norfolk & Western. 102% 102%
i Northern Pacific ... 109 109%
Penna. R. R 109% 109%
Pressed Steel Car . . 27% 27%
1 Ray. Con. Copper . 18% 18%
Reading 168% 168%
I Rep. iron & Steel . 20% 20%
i Rep. Iron & S. pfd, 80 80%
| Rock Island 13% 13%
I Rock island pfd..,. 20% 20%
I Southern Pacific .. 87% 88%
Tennessee Copper .. 33% 34% j
'Texas Company ... 130 130% I
I Union Pacific 155% 154%
U. S. Rubber 58 58%
U. S. Steel 59 58%
U. S. Steel pfd 106% 106%
[Utah Copper 50% 50%
j Western Union Tel.. 58% 59%
! Westinghouso Ffg. . 64% 64%
Woolworth 92% 92%
Furnished by H. W. SSAVELY,
Arcade Building.
Chicago. 111., Jan. 2.
Open. High. Low. Clo».
I May 91% 91% 91% 91%
July 87% 87% 87% 87%
.May 68% 69% 68% 68'
July 67 *i 68 67 67
oats— •
Mav 41 41% 41% 41%
I July 39% 40% 39% 39%
[Continued From I'ngo 11
. timents in regard to directorships
seems now to warrant us in seeking
Ito resign from some of these conrec-
( tions. Indeed it may be in view of
; the change in sentiment upon the sub
i ject that we shall be in a better posl
! tion to serve such properties and their
* security holders if we are not direc
Many Use Directors
( The companies to which Mr. Mor
gan referred, from whose board mem
bers of the firm have already sub
i niitted their resignations as directors
I J. P. Morgan; New York Central and
Hudson River Kailroad Company,
j West Shore Railroad Company, Bake
Shore and Michigan Southern Railway,
Michigan' Central Railroad Company,
New York. Chicago.and St. Bonis Rail
road; Cleveland. Cincinnati, Chicago
and St. Bonis Railway: New York,
New Haven and Hartford Railroad;
Central New England Railway; New
York, West Chester and Boston Rail
way, Harlem River and Port Chester
j Railroad, Millbrook Company, New
Haven Navigation Company, New
! England Steamship Company, Rhode
I Island Company, Rutland Railway
| Company, Hartford and Connecticut
j Western, New York. Ontario and
Western Railway, Western Union Tele
' graph Company.
j Charles Steel: Jersey Central Rail
| road Company, United States Steel
H. P. Davison: American Tele
phone and Telegraph Company, Astor
Trust Company, Guaranty Trust Com
j panv of New York, Chemical National
: Bank.
W. H. Porter: Bankers' Trust Com
ipany, Guaranty Trust Company of New-
Thomas W. haniont: Westinghouse
Electric, and Manufacturing Company,
Utah Copper Company, Astor Trust
Company, Bankers' Trust Company.
Have Kept Within the l,a\v
By withdrawing: from these corpora-;
tions, J. P. Morgan & Co. have cut thej
strings that have held together many
of the country's most important cor-1
poratlons in a community of interests!
which has been assailed within and I
without Congress. The House of Mor- I
gan feels that it has kept within the!
law, in all of its complex operations, j
and that no legal necessary or threat-i
ened complications with the authori-i
ties at Washington has made It nec
essary to adopt a sweeping change in
policy announced to-day.
One of the members of the (Inn
said that Morgan & Co. had been
scrupulously careful to observe the
spirit as well as the letter of the law,
and that the decision of the firm was
primarily matter of expediency.
The chief consideration, It was said,
which has prevented the Arm from
taking such action before this time'
was the possible complications which!
might follow such action. The recent i
trend of political events, such as the'
"money trust" investigation by the
Pujo committee, and reports from j
Washington that the administration is
considering legislation against inter
locking directorates, has cfeated a sit
uation which made it possible to enter
upon this change In policy.
For several days Wall Street had
heard rumors that Morgan & Co. had ,
decided upon an Important change In
its policy. The report most frequently
heard was that, as a first step, the
firm would give up the trusteeship of
several corporations, including the
Southern Railway Company.
1 In spito of the large number of
JANUARY 2, 1914.
Psychotherapy and Ice-Cold
Water Cures Hysterical Woman
Said "Shut Up" and Other Rude Things With Most Ex
cellent Results
Psychotherapy and ice-cold water
Were used with good result by one of
the physicians at the Harrisburg hos
pital last night in driving the hys
teria from a woman patient found on
the street at Front and Vine streets.
The woman who gave her name as
Airs. Lillio Ruxabaugh, of 51!- Showers
avenue, was brought to the hospital In
hysterics. She was placed in the de
tention ward, but the ordinary methods
of calming hysterical patients were un
availing In keening her quiet.
The doctor tried some stunts recom
mended by psychotherapy, lie made this
not on the record of the case under
resignations announced to-day, Mor
gan & Co. are still represented on the
boards of a number of important cor
porations. J. P. Morgan remains a
director in the United States Steel
Corporation, Northern Pacific Railway,
International Mercantile Marine Com
pany. National City Bank and Na
tional Bank of Commerce of New
York. Mr. Steel is still on the boards
of the Atchison. Lehigh Valley, North
ern Pacific. Erie, Southern, Chicago,
Indianapolis and Louisville, Chicago
Great Western, and Alabama Great
Southern Railroad, and the General
Electric Company, International Har
vester Company, International Mercan
tile Marine and Adams Express Com
pany. Mr. Davison is on the boards of
the Erie and Cincinnati. Hamilton and
Dayton Railroads, the Western Union
Telegraph Company, the First Na
tional Bank,the National Bank of Com
merce, the Liberty NatUinal Bank of
New York, the First Securities Com
pany and the Bankers' Trust Company
of New York. Mr. Porter is represent
j ed in Ave New York hanks, the Unit
led States Life Insurance Company, the
I Pore Marquette Railroad, the Reming
ton Typewriter Company, the 11. W.
Johns-Manvllle Company, the Fidelity
and Casualty Company, the Crulk
shank Company and the Associated
Land Company. Mr. Lamont is still
on the boards of the Northern Pacific
Railway, the International Harvester
ompany, the International Agricul
tural Corporations, the First National
Bank of New York, the Guaranty
Trust Company and various lesser
Washington Pleased With
Move of Morgan & Co.
Ry Associated I'rtss
Washington, Jan. 2—Administration
officials here have known for some
days that a movement was on foot in
New York to separate the Morgan
house from somo of its larger direc
torates, and as expressed by one fa
miliar with their atfairs to get in line
with the wishes of the people and the
spirit of the times as set forth by the
This information was highly gratify
ing to cabinet circles, but in the ab
sence of President Wilson from Wash
ington It was not known whether the
prospective movement had been made
known to him. It is viewed as pri
marily important in being the first
practical step on a colosal scale to
adopt the spirit of the movement
against so-called interlocking direc
torates, and also as affecting a num
ber of properties in which government
action for dissolution Is pending.
Keeps His Feet Dry
Traffic Officer Joe Coleman, Fourth
and Market streets, stands on a small
platform made of two layers of boards
between which Is a piece of carpet.
He never has "cold feet" since using
his latest invention.
Art of Bread Making
Spoiled by the Bakers
In the current issue of Farm and
Fireside Jessie V. K. Burcliard writes
an article entitled "Breads Made With
Yeast" in which slio gives a number
of recipes. Following Is an extract
from her genera! comment:
"In these days of bakeries on every
corner in town, and traveling bread
wagons through the country, the fine
art of breadmaking is degenerating.
It is too much trouble to mix and
knead and bake the beautiful brown
loaves, the spicy buns, the tempting
rolls. Rather, we resort to the chaffy
loaf from the baker, or the rolls that
art of breadmaking is degenerating,
The best bakers' bread is far inferior
to the homemade product, and I re
joice that breadmaking, as well as
stocking-darning, Is being taught In
more public schools each year.
"The breadmlxer makes the process
so easy and simple that almost any
one can succeed in the first attempt."
If legal rates and easy terms, combined with HONEST METHODS, U
what you are looking for, you have found the place.
If you go elsewhere Let us prove this to your satisfaction. And you
ATION. We "make good" our promises. Come and see u*. Writ* or
phone to
Pennsylvania Investment Company
Office Houra i 8 A. M. to «P. M. Saturday, 8 A. M. to 8.30 P. H.
"Hashed ice-cold water in face fre
quently with dish, also talked to her
fiercely and looked at her firmly."
Farther down on the record is this
"Result: She sat up Immediately."
"When the woman failed to respond
to ordinary measures the physician
loop a pan of water, placed ice In it,
and as lie dashed it into her face said,
"Shut up" and other rude things. Then
lie looked her straight in the eyes wltn
bis Jaw pushed out belligerently. Grad
ually the patient became more quiet
until she became perfectly calm and
wanted to go home.
This is the lirst use of psychotherapy
on the hospital records.
Causes Somewhat of Flurry in
Courthouse by Mentioning
His "Little Farm"
Musty old marriage license dockets
of nearly twenty years ago were un«
earthed and dusted off and leafed over
in the marriage license bureau to-day
j to help John F. Smith, a prosperous
farmer of Southern Kansas, to And
some trace of a grandnephew, «on of
Eugene A. Merrill. Merrill deserted
his wife and son nearly a score of
years ago.
Smith hasn't been in this city sino*
1891; he never knew whom hi#
nephew. Eugene Ansell, married on
November 17, 1897, and furthermore,
he never even saw a picture of hla
grandnephew. The identity of the de
serted wife and mother was lost in
the passage of the years.
A careful scrutiny of the license
and divorce court records developed
the fact that Merrill had married
Caroline Trueman Boyd, a daughter
of Albert P. Boyd. He was a 19-year
old salesman; she was 18 at the time.
The directory developed the fact that
an Albert B. Boyd still lives at 1328
Green street and Smith paid a visit to
the Boyd home this afternoon, by the
way, to learn something of the where
abouts of the wife and son.
"It occurred to me during my visit
east that I could learn something of
my niece and her son —and perhaps
do something for the boy. I'd like to
see him; he must be quite a young
man now." said the fur-coated Kansan.
Further investigation of the records
showed that in 1900 Merrill deserted
his wife and small son. According to
Smith, the youth ran away with the
wife of a well-known attorney of
Bloomsburg. He has never heard of
either since.
Divorce proceedings on the grounds
of desertion were brought by Mrs.
Merrill in 1906 and the divorce was
granted in 1907. Major F. M. Ott,
county solicitor, was her attorney.
Smith, who is a big, typical, good
natured westerner, caused something
of a. flurry in the Courthouse when he
modestly mentioned that he had a
"little farm of 700 acres" near Sedge
wick City. Harvey county, Kansas.
Wheal and cattle, are his specialties.
Thirty-eight years ago he got the land
at $2.50 an acre; he would refuse
JIOO for it now. he said.
"All I've got will go to my daughter,
the only child I've got now. She is a
mighty pretty one," he added. "Goes
tn high school. Yes. sir, all I've got
will go to her. and If any fellow mar
ries her and he isn't Just right—well,
I'll fix things that he can't get any
fuss USE TD
New York Man to Speak Sun
day Evening at Keiher
The Jewish peo
ple of the city will
be interested In a
mass meeting to be
held Sunday even
ing at 8 o'clock i%
/.♦ I. i the Kesher Israel
i ICzB Synagogue, Stat*
• •■ML. and Fourth streets.
' •*1 /Alt Several prominent
' speakers will be
fWlzir heard, among them
Rabbi L. Silver and
Hie well - known
MHjESIXIrXI Rev. Dr. R. Korn-
A/M blitz. Ph. D., of
» ■ x i I New York city,
who will speak on the Beillss case and
its results.
M. Katz, the president of the congre
gation, will preside. The meeting has
as its purpose the giving of the facts
concerning the Immigration question
; as dealt with by tho Hebrew Shelter
ing and Immigrant Aid Society of the
United States.
This society ha 3 been lately com
manded by President Wilson In a let-
I ter to Judge Leon Sanders, president
lof the society. 1-1 e writes: "I have a
very deep and unaffected interest In
! the success of such organizations as
| tho Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant
i Aid Society."
j The following Harrisburg people axe
I members of he national board of dl
j rectors: Rabbi L. Silver, Rabbi
iFreund, Joseph C. Claster, W. L. Kay,
| llenry Claster and Meyer Katz.
Installation of officers of the Chris
tian Endeavor Society of Wesley
I Union African Methodist Episcopal
I Church will be made at the 6.15 ser
vice Sunday evening.