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COLLECTOR who can solicit. sl2 to
•tart. Young man preferred. Address
M., 992, care of Telegraph.
FIRST-CLASS painter, able to do
striping and flnishlngof all kinds. Ap
ply at once. Morton Truck and Tractor
Co., Nineteenth and Perry streets.
MAN over 30, experienced canvasser,
solicitor, <lB weekly and commission,
steady i osltlon; state experience. Co
lumbian Protective, 150 Nassau street,
DINING-ROOM girl. Apply Windsor
Hotel. 418 Market street.
FIFTY experienced operators for
sewing on power, machines; paldwhlla
learning Apply S. Sliver, Forster and
LADY CANVASSER to sell flour- to
housekeepers from door-to-door in Har
rlsburg. Steelton and other points. Ad
dress. with reference and
Hecker-Jones-Jewell Milling Co., w.
Water street, Philadelphia. Pa.
LADY interested In kindergarten or
child welfare work, for pleasant em
ployment, about two months. Salary to
start, $l!60 per day. Reference neces
sary. State present employment. AO
dress Kindergarten, care of Telegraph.
MILLINERY APPRENTICES. Apply
Astrlch's, Fourth and Market streets.
TWENTY girls over 18 years of age.
Apply Silk Mill.
TWENTY more thoroughly experi
enced operators on power machines.
Jennings' Manufacturing Co., 414-16
WHITE girl for general houseVork.
234 ICelker street.
YOUNG white girl to assist with
housework. Call 1861 Park street.
12.50 PER DAY paid one lady in each
town to distribute free circulars for
concentrated flavoring in tubes; perma
nent position. F. E. Barr Co., Chicago.
Situations Wanted —Male
COLORED man wants work of any
kind. Address 1334 South Cameron
REGISTERED PHARMACIST wishes
position; good, practical experience.
Address G., 998, care of Telegraph.
YOUNG colored man from the South
desires position as butler or houseman;
can give reference. Call, or address,
182 Liberty street ______
YOUNG married man, experienced at
tending bar, lunch bar and dining
room work; total abstainer from intoxi
cating liquors and tobacco. Address C.,
985, care of Telegraph.
Situations Wanted —Female
A REFINED woman wants position
as housekeeper for widower; best of
references. Miss May Blank, Lcmoyne,
Pa. Box 65.
A REFINED woman would like to
keep house for widower without chil
dren; best of references given. Ad
dress X. T. Y., 988, care of Telegraph.
COLORED girl wants place to assist
with housework, or as dishwasher in
restaurant or boardinghouse. 313
South Fourteenth street.
EXPERIENCED typist, with knowl
edge of shorthand, desires position; wll
' ling and competent. Address X., 997,
i care of Telegraph.
LADY wants work; general house
work or cooking. Address B. L. C., 684,
LIGHT housework by young colored
girl. 907 Sarah avenue.
LIQHT housework by young colored
girl; 1945 Hickory aVenue.
NEAT colored girl wants position as
dishwasher in restaurant or hotel, or
as child's nurse. 1526 Vernon street.
United phone 42.
POSITION as housekeeper for
widower or a small family. Call, or ad
dress,' No. 1109 North Sixth.
WOMAN wants washing to do at
home. Call at 804 Capital street.
YOUNG colored girl desires position
aB light housework, or plain cooking.
Apply 1723 North Seventh street.
YOUNG girl wants work between or
after school hours. Call 801 Capital
YOUNG girl, 18 years of age, desires
position as general housework or cook
ing. Call, or address, 1412 Williams
AGENTS to sell guaranteed non
brtakable gas mantles, wholesale and
retail. On salary and commission.
Send 15 cents for samples and particu
lars. Wisconsin tas Mantle & Fixture
Co., Box 584, Milwaukee.
HARRISBURG firm wants a good
•alerman to work in the city. Want a
man who is not afraid of hard work and
who can use good judgment and tact
in approaching a new customer. Give
age, experience and salary expected.
Also furnish references as to charac
ter, ability, etc. Apply U., 975, care of
SALESMEN for Pennsylvania to sell
a new patent to merchants. An un
. usual opportunity. Liberal commis
sion. Write the Acmegraph Sales Com
pany, Room 4, Bickel Building, Butler,
GENTLEMEN BOARDERS WANTED.
1787 North Sixth street.
Rooms For Rent
LARGE front room, will rent as offica
or living room; steam heat, electricity
and use of phone. Finest location In
city. Rent reasonable. Address R., 994,
care of Telegraph.
TWO large, pleasant rooms, furnish
ed, for light housekeeping, between
Klttannlng and Swatara streets. Ad
dress R., 991, care of Telegraph.
SECOND FLOOR bedroom, near post
office In Steelton, for one or two gen
tlemen with references. Address 1.,
989, care of Telegraph.
FURNISHED ROOMS single or en
suite; all conveniences. Including
phone; reference required. Apply 1015
North Front street.
FURNISHED ROOM, with or without,
board. 1607 North Sixth street, or call
Bell phone 5269 J.
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REAL ESTATE FOR BALE
. 14 N. Third Street
4 - story brick building
with basement store
room offices and apart
t * Price upon Inquiry.
Miller Bros. & Neefe
Federal Square, Harrlsburg.
MAN and wife would like three fur
nished rooms and bath for housekeep
ing:. State terms. Address F„ 980, care
Apartments For Rent
APARTMENT, corner Sixth and Har
ris streets, four rooms and bath; no
children. Apply at above address.
APARTMENT, 5 rooms, all lmprove
ments. 1745 North Sixth street.
HOUSE on Hill, must be in good re
f>air and good location, need not be
arse, from March 1 or April 1. Ad
dress H., 995, care of Telegraph.
AN opportunity to increase your busi
ness 100 per cent, by using Steel Die
Embossed Stationery. Phone 3652 for
prices. Harrlsburg Embossing Plant,
4 North Fffth street, Harrlsburg, Pa.
ANY Intelligent person can earn good
Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Syndicate, 798, Lock
port. N. T.
I MADE $60,000 In live years In the
mall order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock, 365 Lockport. N. Y.
CLEANING CARPETS '
AND RUGS on your rioor with latest
improved electric cleaner service. Ex
perienced operators with machines.
Furniture repaired and finished. A.
Levin, 230 South street, Bell phone
H. W. LATHE, Hoarding Stable and
National Transfer Co. Movers of
f ilanos, safes, boilers and general haul
ng. H. W. Lathe, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No.
FOR falling hair try Gross' Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepured by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
street, Harrlsburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell,
WORKS DRESSMAKING SCHOOL
CAN take a few more students. Perfect
fitting is taught betoie saving. Make
your entire dress while learning. Don't
delay coming, 22 North Fourth street.
REPAIRING. AND UPHOLSTERING
with best material and by expert help.
Send us your worn furniture. Our best
efforts Insure your satisfaction. S. N.
Cluck 220 Woodbine street.
HARDWOOD FLOORS •
Of all designs. Old floors made new.
Ask for catalog. J. M. Smith, 2219
Brookwood street, Harrlsburg, Pa. Bell
phone 1391 L
Real Estate For Sale
ON EASY TERMS, a 2 Mi-story, 30x30
8-room brick house on corner of Long
and Summit streets, Camp Hill Heights
—porches bath steam heat—elec
tric light lot, 118x220 3O fruit
trees planted 8 minutes walk from
trolley one fare and ten minutes' to
Harrisburg—good soil—good air—good
water - good neighbors. Address S.,
No. 963, care of Telegraph, or call Bell
phone 3048 L Also for sale other fine,
large lots overlooking the city.
REAL ESTATE} FOR SAI.E
SPECIAL PRICK INDUCEMENTS TO
QUICK BUYER for 1815 Whitehall
Street. 3-story brick dwelling front
ing on Reservoir Park. A delightful
location. Miller Bros. & Neefe, Federal
1622 DERRY STREET Good brick
house with steam heat and front porch.
431 South Thirteenth street, brick house
with all Improvements. 1127 Derry
street, porch front house, with all Im
provements. A. W. Swengel, 219 South
FARM in good state of cultivation,
good buildings, good water, telephone,
rural route four miles from Newport,
suitable tor poultry and trucking; also
tract of timber land. Write or tele
phone, H. Stone. R. D. No. 3, Newport,
INVESTMENT New property
brick all improvements tenants
pay rent yielding 8.5 per cent, after
deducting taxes, water rent, insurance.
1 Price, sl,7oo'and. *2,300. Bell Realty
Co., Bergfter Building.
| $2,400 WILL BUY a suburban prop
! erty 3-story frame liouse porches
| —cemented cellar furnace heat
i lot, 40x130 work shop fruit on
I trolley line. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
LOTS FOR SALE
| 10x115 FT., south side of 2Va Street,
145 ft. north of Brookwood St., one
i square from Derry St. trolley. Special
Bargain price. Miller Bros. & Neefe,
Federal Square, Harrisburg.
NEW brick house, No. 2313 Derry
street; large front and back porcnes;
all improvements; steam heat; gas and
electric lights; eight rooms and bath;
hardwood finish; cemented cellar. Ap
ply 1432 Derry street.
LOTS FOR SALE
EDGEMONT LOTS AT BETTER
: THAN BARGAIN PRICES get our
I list and figures. Miller Bros & Neefe,
Federal Square, Harrisburg.
LOOK at No. 1512 Hunter street. This
property can be bought at very reason
able price. 9 rooms bath gas
furnace lot. 20x100 porch. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
THREE-STORY brick house, with
improvements, on main thoroughfare,
within five minutes' walk of Capitol,
suitable for professional man. Poulton,
Hatter, 5 North Third street.
IN PENBROOK 2713 Main St.
V; -story frame 9 rooms lot, 30x
250. Lot extends to Penn St. Price rea
sonable. Brlnton-Packer Co., Second
and Walnut streets.
SI,BOO WILL BUY a suburban house
on trolley line 8 rooms bath
furnace two porches lot, 20x150.
Only S3OO cash needed. Bell Realty Co.,
SUBURBAN LOTS of all sizes in va
rious suburbs. Several odd lots at
Camp Hill at reduced price. Get price
and particulars. Bell Realty Co., Berg
LARGE FARM, one and half miles
east of Halifax. Good buildings, fine
water, plenty of fruit. Verv cheap.
Easy terms. Address M. M. Mattls, Mil
643 WOODBINE ST. 2%-story
frame lot, 20x90 side entrance
drive alley on rear. Price, $1,550. Brln
ton-Packer Co., Second and Walnut
SUBURBAN property; excellent loca
tion; granolithic walks; lawns; garden;
7-room house. Bargain If sold before
March 1. Address Y., 996, care of Tele
26-ACRE truck, fruit, poultry farm;
close markets. For particulars write
Truck Farmer, care of Telegraph.
Real Estate For Rent
HOTEL FOR RENT Temperance
House, located In Tower City, contains
19 rooms in first-class condition. Re
cently overhauled. Large dining-room,
two parlors, steam heat and electric
light. Stable with accommodations for
14 horseß, auto shed, etc. Address Mrs.
D. E. Kaufman, Tower City, Pa.
THE best located store room In Sun
bury, Pa. Size, 20x250 feet. Occupied
for past twenty-five years by A. R.
Trexler as a department store. Posses
sion given April 1. Catherine Guyer,
Central Hotel, Sunbury, Pa.
1839 Zarker St S2O 00
129 S. Fourteenth St 22.00
186 North Fifteenth St 18.00
1420 North St. 16.00
1628 Catherine St 1 . 00
J. E. GIPPLE.
1251 Market SUtxt
WASTE I'APBII FOR SALE
IN accordance with the Act of As
sembly. approved July 19. 1913. the
Superintended of Public Printing and
Binding wlli receive at his office, in
the Capitol, at Harrlsburg, Pa., at 12
o'clock noon, on Tuesday. February 17,
1914, sealed bids for the purchase of
the following waste paper:
20 to 26 tons, moro or less, white
and pink paper used for Legislative
bills and calendars, 3 tons of Legisla
tive Journal paper, several thousand
large stringed envelopes, all paper
printed. Purchaser will be required to
remove froin« State Capitol at his own
expense and must pay for same be
fore removal, checks to be made pay
able to Commonwealth of Pennsylva
nia. Bids must bo by the hundred
pounds, the entire lot of eacn particular
class of paper to be sold to the highest
and best bidder. Paper can be seen by
calling on Superintendent cf Public
Printing, or samples will be mailed up
A. NEVIN POMEROY.
Superintendent of Public Printing ana
TRUNKS, Traveling Bags, Suit Ca«es.
Gloves. Sole, Harness and Strap
Leather. Calfskin, Kip. Dongola, Waxed
I Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample
| Cases and Leather Specialties made to
I order and repaired. Harrisburg Har
! ness and Supply Co., Second and Chest
GLASS window signs, Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and
Board and Table Board, at 25c each.
One of these signs will be given with
each six-time order for a classified ad.
1J paid in advance. Inquire at Office of
CIGARS. For a limited time only, we
arte giving 12 of our Havana Combina
tion 6-cent Cigars Free with each order
for one Box of 50 of our 4%,-lnch Per
fecto Cigars, at one Dollar per box,
postpaid. Snell & Company, Red Lion,
BARRED ROCKS and S. C. B. Mi
norcas from 11. Speece, at Speecevillo,
Pa., are from leading prize winning
■ trains at National shows. Hatching
eggs and cockerels for sale.
WESTERN-BRED family driving
horse, city broke, stylish and gentle
enough to be driven by ladles. Apply
J. D. Lehman, 371 West Market street,
ONE of the most prominent houses for
transient and permanent trade in the
city of Harrisburg. Address R., 923,
care of Telegraph.
ONE font of 10 pt. and one font of
12 pt. O. S., with Antique Linotype
Matrices. The Telegraph Printing Co*
ONE 7%-H.-P. Wagner A. C. Ingle
phase and one 3-H.-P. D. C. motor. Ap
ply Cowden & Co., Ninth and Herr
A SLEIGH at a bargain. Apply
Mlchlovitz & Co., corner Paxton street
and Pennsylvania Railroad.
MOVING PICTURE THEATER. Call
at Palace Theater, evenings. Palace
Theater, Steelton, Pa.
FIVE closed oak lodge pedestals. Will
sell very reasonable. Apply 1745 North
ONE covered delivery wagon. Apply
Grand Union Tea Co., 208 North Second
THREE horses. Inquire S. W. Shoe
maker & Son, Sixth and Harris streets.
FOR SALE CARDS on salt, at the
Telegraph Business Office
For Sale or Rent
MOVING PICTURE SHOW. In first
class condition, for rent or for sale.
Possession at once. Good reasons fot
selling; also good location. Address
M.. 986, care of Telegraph.
STORE! ROOM FOR RENT on the
corner of Third and Cumberland
streets. No. 1200. Show windows side
and front. In a live part of Harris
burg. The largest and best market
house, two of the best banks and many
first-class business lio"ses In the same
square. In center of population. Size
or room 33x100 ft. 14-ft. ceiling. Up
to-date In every particular. Kent from
April 1, $125 per month, including heat.
3. S. Slble, 256*Ilerr street.
FOR lIKM' Denirnlile offices in the
Telegraph Dulldlng, singly or cn-sulte.
Inquire at Business Oltlce.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can oe
secured at the Telegraph Business
A STUDEBAKER (20) five-passen
i ger, 1912 car, in line shape. Will ex
change for Ford, 1913 (Touring). Must
he good. Address R., 987, care of Tele
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
large 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 Pen-—. R R.
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms, $1 to *B. Wagons, 76 cents
ger month. Apply D. Cooper & Co.. 41'.
road street Both phones.
Money to Loan
PROFIT-SHARING LOAN SOCIETY
WE HAVE ORIGINATED a new plan
of loaning money by which borrowers
share profits of lenders. Legal rates,
easy terms, confidential. Offices. Rooms
6-7, 9 North Market Square.
Card ol Thanks
WE desire to extend our appreciation
and gratitude to our friends and neigh
bors for their kindness during our re
W. W. FLORA AND FAMILY,
MUENCH On February 17. 1914, Mrs.'
Isaac S. Muench, In her 68th year.
Funeral services will be held Friday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from her late
residence, 1362 State street. The rela
tives and friends are invited to attend
without further notice. Burial private,
IN loving memory of our dear daugh
ter, Mary E. Strickler, who departed
this life February 15, 1908.
"Gone, but not forgotten."
MR. AND MRS. B. F. SHEAFFER.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF VALU
ABLE REAL ESTATE
THE undersigned Administratrix of
theestate of ChristlannaSchomberg, will
expose to public sale on the premises,
No. 14 Aberdeen Street, in the City of
Harrisburg, on Tuesday, the 24th day
of February, A. D. 1914, at 11 o'clock A.
M., the following described real estate
of said decedent, to wit:
All that certain lot or piece of
ground, situate in Huckleberry Alley,
now Aberdeen Avenue, In the Cltv of
Harrlsburg, bounded and described ns
follows: Beginning at a post corner of
property, now or formerly of Samuel C.
Donovan, in Huckleberry Alley, now
Aberdeen Avenue; thence along the line
of said Donovan's property, fifty-two
feet (a * i six Inches (6 In.) to prop
erty, now or formerly, of H. Roumfort;
thence along the line of said last men
tioned property, with Huckle
berry Alley, now Aberdeen Avenue, six
teen (16 ft.) feet to the property, now
or formerly, of Charles Woltz; thence
along the line of Bald last mentioned
property fifty-two feet (52 ft.) six
inches (6 in.) to Huckleberry Alley, now
Aberdeen Avenue, and tnence along
safd alley sixteen feet (16 ft.) to the
place of beginning. Having thereon
erected a two-story frame dwelling
Terms of sale: 10 per cent, of the pur
chase money to be paid when tho prop
erly is struck off; 15 per cont. addl-
M'CIG MIKES PLEA
FOR INNOCENT CHILD
Scores Those Who Plot Against
Responsibilities of Rearing
Dr. McCualg, whose lectures on sex
subjects have attracted wide attention,
spoke to a large audience last evening
on "Child"Murder." He did noot mince
words and his talk was plain and
straightforwaard. Among the points
he made were these:
" 'Lo, children are an heritage of
the Lord, and the fruit of the womb
Is His reward,' but the men and wo
men of this country no more lock and
bar their doors against burglars than
they lock and bar their doors against
"Two hundred thousand women in
Pennsylvania last year smote the hand
of God, after it had been reached out
to give them children."
"There are more murderesses in
Harrisburg to-night than have been
legally put to death in the United
States since the signing of the Consti
tution; and of these murderesses many
boast of their crimes."
"The penitentiaries of Pennsylvania
could not begin to hold the men and
women who have plotted and planned
the death of helpless innocents."
To-ninht at 7.45 Dr. McCuaig will
speak in the Fourth Reformed Church
ol» "Bad Books, Bad Plays and Bad
Pictures." He spoke this afternoon
on "Woman Before Marriage."
Senator's Case Is Ended;
Jury Weighs Testimony
By Associated Press
Oklahoma City, Okla., Feb. 17.
The case of Mrs. Minnie E. Bond, who
is asking $50,000 damages from
Thomas P. Gore, United States Senator
from Oklahoma, for an alleged attack
made on her In a Washington Hotel,
was give ntd the jury for decision to
Attorneys for both the plaintiff and
defense rested when court opened to
day. Judge Clark then read his in
structions to the jury, after which they
retired to consider the evidence.
Wilson's Veto Awaiting
New Immigration Bill
By Associated Press
Washington, Feb. 17.—President
Wilson's veto is waiting for the Bur
nett immigration bill if It passes Con
gress providing for the much discuss
ed literacy test, according to the best
information to-day in circles close to
the White House.
Thousands of naturalized citizens all
over the country have been campaign
ing against the bill, which caused ex-
President Taft to veto the same bill
the year before he went out of office.
President Wilson will give public
hearings at the White House before
he takes action.
APPROPRIATION HI LI/ TAKEN CP
• By Associated Press
Washington, D. C., Feb. 17.—The
naval appropriation bill with its sl4 5,-
000,000 appropriation was before the
House naval committee to-day for
final determination of what is to be
the administration construction pro
Lc —' Notices
tlonal on or before the confirmation of
the sale by the Court, and thp balance
on or before the Ist (lay of April, A. D.
1914 when a deed will be executed and
possession given ,at the cost of the pur
i For further particulars apply to
I MINA S. LAZZARINE,
I Or to Administratrix.
MICHAEL. E. STROUI-*
ritOl'OSAl,* FOR BCHOOI. Mil 1.1)1.NO
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed bv the Board of School Directors of
the School District of the Borough of
I Steelton, until March 2, 1914, at 7:30 P.
M„ for the erection and construction of
a six-room School Building to be locat
ed Corner Adams and Bailey Streets,
said Borough; and also for
The erection and construction of a
system of heating and ventilating for
tlie above described building: and also
The erection and construction of a
sanitary system of piumblnc for tlio
above described building; also for
The construction of the eleotrical sys
tem, together with all appurtenances
connected therewith for the above de
Such proposals will he received and
considered only upon the terms and
conditions set forth in the specifica
tions, and are to bo properly sealed,
properly marked and directed to the
undersigned. All proposals to be In ac
cordance with the plans and specifica
tions prepared by Charles Howard
Lloyd, Architect, 701-A, Telegraph
Building, Harrisburg. Plans and speci
fications may be procured on applica
tion to the Architect.
The right to reject any or all bids Is
hereby reserved by the Board of School
W. H. NELL,
Office of School Board, Fourth and
Walnut Streets, Steelton, Pa.
In the District Court of the United
States For the Middle District of
Pennsylvania ln Bankruptcy
No. 2660 - In the Matter or Ralph
A. Moore, Bankrupt.
To the creditors of Ralph A. Moore,
of Harrisburg. in the County of Dau
phin, and District aforesaid, a bank
NOTICE is hereby given that the said
bankrupt was duly adjudicated as such
on February 16, 1914, and that the first
meeting of the directors will be held at
the office of the Referee, No. 7 North
Third Street, Harrisburg, Pa., at 10 A.
M. o'clock, on March 2, 1914, at which
time the said creditors may attend,
prove their claims, appoint a Trustee,
examine the bankrupt and transact
such other business as may properly
come before said meeting.
JOHN T. OLMSTED,
Referee In Bankruptcy.
February 17, 1914.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
NOTICE is hereby given that an ap
plication will be made to the Court of
Common Pleas of Dauphin County, on
Monday, the 9th day of March, 1914, at
10 o'clock A. M„ under the provisions of
the Corporation Act of 1874, and its
supplements, for a charter for an in
tended corporation to be called The
Harrisburg Chamber of Commerce, the
character and object of which are the
"encouragement and protection of trade
and commerce, the development of Har
risburg and its National advertisement
as a manufacturing and distributing
point," and for these purposes to have,
possess and enjoy all the rights, bene
fits and privileges conferred by the said
Act and the supplements thereto.
FOX & GEYExv,
NOTICE is hereby given that my
wife, Minnie E. Dong, has left my bed
and board and any debts that she mav
contract in my name or have charged
to me will not be recognized or paid by
FRED W. DONG.
NOTICE The Annual Meeting of
the stockholders of the City Building
and Loan Association of Harrisburg,
Pa., will bo held at the Board of Trade
Rooms, Friday evenin" February 27.
1914, at 7:80 P. M. Nominations will be
made for officers for the ensuing year
to be voted for at the March Meeting '
CHARLES H. MORRISON.
Have Very Successful
Year, Shareholders Hear
New York, Feb. 17.—The annual re
port of the Mackay companies was
issued this afternoon. It states that It
is with satisfaction that notwithstand
ing the reaction in trade during the
year 1913 and In marked contrast to
the unfavorable financial showing
made by most railroad systems and
other quasi public corporations, the
Mackay companies are also to report
that extensions have gone on as usual
without the issue of obligations and
without the use of any part of the re
serves, which have been built up in
Not only this, but the reserves have
been Increased, not so largely as in
previous years but substantially while
at the same time the physical condi
tion of the properties of the tele
graph and cable system have been
kept up to the highest point of effi
ciency. The Portal Telegraph Cable
Company has extended Its system into
parts of Missouri and Oklahoma and
North Dakota, not heretofore reach
ed, and strung many additional wires
on its poles throughout the country.
The commercial cable company has
renewed parts of the oldest of its three
cables between Watervllle, Ireland,
and Western-Super-Mare, England.
The Gott invention by which the com
pany's submarine cables and land lines
may be joined together into one con
tinuous circuit whenever desired, and
the whole operated by Morae Instru
ments in the Morse code is in daily
use. Attention is called to the fact
that the combined land and oceans
system is the largest In the world.
Explorers Find Bones
of Members of Cromer
Expedition in Peru
New York, Feb. 17. —Members of
the Besley expedition which left here
last summer to explore uncharted re
gions of South America, returned to-
Iday on the steamship Byron and re
ported that they had found the bones
of members of the Cromer expedition,
who entered the wilds of Peru nearly
two years ago and were never heard
Traces were found also of the lost
Seljan expedition, which took the same
route as the Cromer expedition, and
Captain Besley thought that the bones
might have been tho remains of mem
bers of either party. The Seljan ex
pedition was in search of rubber.
Besley said he encountered on the
trip savage cannibal tribes armed with
poison arrows and on one occasion his
party was attacked by them. A few
gunshots drove them off.
Sharp Fighting Reported
at Port Au Prince, Haiti
Port Au Prince, Haiti, Feb. 17. —
Sharp fighting occurred this morn
ing between the police stationed at
headquarters and the soldiers in the
capital. The repeated clashes caused
a panic among the inhabitants.
. The authorities made strong efforts
|to restore order, but at 10 o'clock the
disturbance still continued.
IEDITOR FOUND DEAD IN SNOW
IN FRONT OF HIS HOME
Garden City, L. 1., Feb. 17. —Edward
N. Townsend, editor of the Nassau
County Republican, was found dead in
a snow drift to-day In front of his
home here. He had apparently be
come exhausted while struggling
through the snow drifts last night
and had fallen just as he reached his
gate. His wife remained up all night
[anxiously awaiting by snow, frozen to
This May Happen
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103 N. SECOND STREET
to loan in amounts of $5 to
S2OO to honest working peo
ple without bank credit at
cheaper rates than the law of
Comparison of our rates,
terms and methods of doing
business with other loan of
fices will convince the most
skeptical borrower that this
is the place to come in time
Open daily 8 a. m. to 6
p. m. Saturday 8 a. m. to 9
LOAN & INVESTMENT CO.
204 Chestnut Street
FEBRUARY 17, 1914.
STEADY TONE PREVAILS
IN MARKET DURING DAY
Prices Moved Upward Slowly, But Higher Figures Were
Not Well Taken; Bonds Steady
By Associated Press
New York, Feb. 17. The market I
was relieved to-day from the pressure
directed against It during the preced
ing- session, but made little progress
toward recovering the losses then In- 1
dieted. The tone was steady through
out the forenoon, but speculative buy- ]
Ing was limited, and Its Influence was ,
nullified by renewed weakness 111 New
Haven and profit-taking In specialties ,
which recently had been strong.
For a time prices moved upward
slowly, but offerings at higher figures ]
were not well taken. Some of the spec- .
laities made good gains, but the rail
road stocks once more were Inclined to
lag behind and the movement as a
whole was Insignificant.
Bonds were steady.
Furnished by H. W. SNAVELY,
New York. Feb. 17.
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines . 22 7s 22%
Amal. Copper 75% 76
American Can 30% 30%
American Can pfd. . 92% 92%
Am. C. & F 52 51%
American Cotton Oil 46 46
Am. Ice Securities.. 28% 29%
American Smelting .68 68%
American T. & T... 121% 121
Anaconda 37 36%
Atchison 98 97%
Baltimore & Ohio 92 92
Brooklyn R. T 92 % 92 %
California Petroleum 27% 27%
Canadian Pacific .. . 213% 214
Central Leather ... 34 34%
Chesapeake & Ohio. 64% 63
C., M. & St. P 102% 102%
Chino Con. Copper . 42% 42%
Col. F. & 1 32% 32%
Corn Products 12 12
Distilling Securities . 18% 19
Erie 29% 29%
Erie Ist pfd 46% 46%
Goodrich, B. F 23% 24%
Great Northern pfd. 131% 131%
Interboro-Met 15% 15%
Interboro-Met. pfd.. 61 61
Lehigh Valley 150% 150%
Mex. Petroleum ... 65% 65%
Mo., Kan. & Texns . 21% 21%
Missouri Pacific ... 26% 25%
New York Central .. 89% 89%
N. Y.. N. H. &H. . . 70% 69%
Norfolk & Western. 104 104
Northern Pacific .. 115% 115%
Penna. R. R 111% 111%
Pittsburgh Coal pfd. 92 92
Pressed Steel Car . 44% 44%
Ray Con. Copper .. 20% 20%
Reading 166% 167
Rep. Iron & Steel . 26 25%
Rock Island 7% 7
Rock Island pfd. .. 11% 10%
Southern Pacific ... 95% 96%
Southern Railway . 26% 26%
Tennessee Copper . 35% 36
Texas Company ... ..47% 147%
Union Pacific 161% 162%
U. S. Rubber 59% 59%
U. S. Steel 65% 66
U. S. Steel pfd. ... 109% 109%
Utah Copper 55% 55%
Va. Car. Chem .... 31 31
Western Maryland . 31% 31%
Western Union Tel., 66% 65%
Westinghouse Mfg.. 70% 70%
Woolworth 98% 98%
THREE DAYS' ACCUMULATION OF
MAIL IS DESTROYED BY FIRE j
By Associated Press
Brattleboro, Vt., Feb. 17. —Every
: post office in Vermont was notified
I to-day that a mail car containing a
[three days' accumulation of mail was
destroyed by fire during the night on ;
the West River branch of the Central
Railway. The mail had accumulated
here because snow blocked tracks'
made it impossible to send out the
car. The flames started from attempts
to thaw the frozen running gear, it is
said. " <
SIN'GER DIES IN ITALY
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, Feb. 17.—Word was
received in this city to-day of the
death in Milan, Italy, of Kenneth H.
Dryden, of Philadelphia. Mr. Dryden
was a baritone singer of promise and
his death came almost on the eve of
his grand opera debut In St. Peters
burg. He was 29 and went abroad to
complete his musical studies.
I FOR SALE I
I Modern Brick House (Three Story I
Front) 221 Foster St.
5 Lot forty feet wide, side yard and aaphalted alley In rear. Large a
5 hall, thirteen room (4 with washstands.) Also a lavatory on first floor, g
i p bathrooms on second and third floor. Abundant closet space. Front £
; y porch set back from pavement. Three open fire grates and eomplete 2
( 5* water heating system. Desirable residential section. Front street park X
' g 200 yards distant. Midway between post olflce and markethouse. In- 6
X quire of W. S. Young or H. M. McCormick, Jr., Cameron Building, 5
5 Harrlaburg, Pa. g
Why Don't Yeu Get 6 Per Cent.
For Your Small Savings
THE FRIENDSHIP GERMAN BAU AND SPAR VERKIN will open
a new series on Thursday Eve, March 5, at Hotel Hare, corner of Wil
nut street and Aberdeen avenue.
The Friendship German Bau and Spar Verein Is 26 years old. You
can secure shares now from the following persons: C. Benltz, 440 Wal
nut street; B. F. Eby, 1321 DerrySt.; Fred Bender, 26 South Fourth
street; C. A. Klenn, 1304 State street Wendell Fackler, 1626 Market
street; H. Hare, Hotel Hare, 421 Walnut street.
DO YOU NEED
Come to us for it. Quick loan is our hobby,
and our motto is: "$5 to SSO on your plain
We loan to honest employes without se
curity. Learn our terms. All transactions
treated in a strictly confidential manner.
Employees Discount Co.
LICENSED AND BONDED
36 N. 3rd St., Room 2, Security Trust Bldg.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TOAD*
Faralsbed by H. W. lIfAVELV,
Chicago, 111.. Feb. 17.
Open. Hign. L>ow. Cloi
May 94% 84% fl« »4%
July 89% 89% 89 89H
May 65 % 66% 6i% 66%
July 65 65% 64% 65%
May 39% 40% 89% 40
July 39 % 39% 39% 39%
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, Feb. 17. Wheat
Higher; No. 2, red, export, 98%®#9c;
No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export, $1.03%
Corn Firm: new, No. 2. yellow,
natural, local, 69®70c; do., kiln dried,
Oats—Firm; No. 2, white, 46®45%c.
Bran Market firm; winter, per
ton, $28.00® 28.50; spring, per ton,
$26.75 ® 27.25.
Refined Sugars Market firm;
powdered, 4.20 c; fine granulated, 4.10 c;
confectioners' A, 4.00 c; Keystone, A,
Butter The market is firm;
western, creamery, extras, 32c; nearby
prints, fancy, 35c.
Eggs The market Is easier;
Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts,
free cases, $9.00 per case; do., current
reeclpts, free cases, $8.70 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, 18.85
per case; do., firsts, free oases, |8.70
Live Poultry Firm; fowls, 19®
20c; young chickens, 16 (3> 20o;
roillnir • hlrfcen*. laVulic, Old !■>"*•-
era, 12@13c; ducks. 17@19c; do., spring
ducks. 16®17c; geese. U®l7c. turkeys,
16(g) 18 c.
Dressed Poultry Firm; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 18%® 19c; do.,
medium sizes, 16@18c; do., small,
12®15c; old roosters, 14% c; roest
ng chickens, fancy, 19®20c; broil
ing chickens, fancy, 20®23<\ do., fair
18®19c; capons, large, 23@26c; d 0.,,
small, 18iH>20c; turkeys, fancy, 24®3tc;
<lo., fair, 20@23c; ducks, 11® 18c; geese,
Potatoes Firm; New York and
Eastern, per bushel, 78@83c; Western,
per bushel, 78@83c; Jersey, per basket,
Flour—The market Is steady; wlntsr.
l*-nr $3 7fi ft 4 'mi stralichta Penn
sylvania, $firstname.lastname@example.org; western, |4.25®
4.35; patents, $email@example.com; Kansas,
straight, Jute sacks, $4.10®4.10; spring,
■ $4 "« 1 » -Uralght.l4.iutit
4.40; patents, $4.5004.65.
Hay The market Is Arm; tim
othy, No. 1, large bales, $18.00®1860;
No. 1, medium bales, $17.60® 18.00; No.
2, $16.00® 17.00; No. 3, $14.00015.00.
Clover mixed; Light mixed, $16.50®
17.00; No. 1, $15.60® 16.00; No. 2, $14.00
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., Feb. 17. Hogs Re
ceipts, 20,000; strong. Bulk of sales,
i 8.60 8.70; light, $8.50®8.75; mixed,
8.40®8.75; heavy, $8.30®8.75; rough,
8.30«>8.45; pigs. $V.7508.60.
Cattle Receipts. 4,000; steady.
Beeves, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas steers, $6.80
@8.00; stockers and feeders, $5.50®8.00;
cows and heifers, $email@example.com; calves.
Sheep Receipts, 24,000; steady. Na
tive, $4.70®5.90; yearlings, $5.66®7.00;
lambs, native, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jfll SEALS*. STENCILS IfV
§1 MFG. BY HBG. STENCIL WORKS ■ ,1
1 I 130 LOCUSTST. HBG.PA. If
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Htrses For Sale
All In flrat-claaa condition. We
have more than we need for the
United Ice & Coal Co.,
Forster and Cowden Ste.
THE Harrisburg Polyclinic Dispen
sary will be open daily except Sunday
at 3 P. M., at its new location, 1701
North Second street, for the free treat
ment of the worthy poor.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLB
and others upon their own name*.
Cheap rates, easy payments, confiden
Adams A Co., R. SM, 8 K. Market 9<»