Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, February 19, 1914, Page 13, Image 13

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    Lost 1
LOST On Monday evening last, on
train No. 33, between Dalmatla ana
Mlllersburg, small 'eather-c.overeci
memorandum book about six incnes
long and two inches wlde. Book valu
able only to owner, who will
If finder will return. J. G. bingeman,
Dalmatla. Pa. '
LOST Scotch Collie, with white
mark on head. Answers to namo of
Towser. Reward If returned to No.
2828 North Sixth Btreet.
LOST Rubber tire oft of under
takers wagon. Reward if returned to
Q, H. Sourbler, Undertakel, 1310 North
Third street.
LOST A Shrlner pin, in the neigh
borhood of 1830 State street. Under
please return to Mrs. Timm, 1830 State
LOST Gold bar pin. rosette In cen
ter, containing small diamond. Reward
If left at No. 3 North Market Square.
FOUND ln Dauphin Deposit Trust
Co purse containing small amcfunt of
money. Apply at above company.
Ilelp Wanted —Male
' a ''LIVE-WIRE" to represent a large
New York and Philadelphia
poratlon in Harrisburg and vicinity. An
elegant Shore Resort proposition at
popular prices. An exceptional oPPp"":
tunlty for the right man abundant
fresh leads. See ad. In Harrlsbu K
papers "Ocean Gate. Call at r^ tr P.
poll tan Hotel, Friday, up to « P. w.
Ask for Mr. Goodkind.
GOOD, reliable man to learn tea and
coffee business. . Must furnish bond and
reference. Apply Grand Union Tea L ~
208 North Second
' MAN over So, experienced canvasser,
»solicitor, $lB weekly and 4 °oJ
steady osition; "tate experience, uo
luiubian Protective, laO Isaß3au street.
New York.
~~ TWO experienced grocery clerks at
once. Apply S. S. l'omeroy, Maiket
Square Grocer. •
wir i»an use a good solicitor all or
part of time to take orders for -
ing and Embossed Stationery. Harris
burg Embossing Plant. 4 North 1-lfth
Btreet. _
fieip Wanted —Female
""DINING-ROOM girl. Apply -Windsor
Hotel, 418 Market street. .
FIFTY experienced °P erat ?r s wh f i?l
Cowden streets. '
LADIES canvass house-to-house^
take orders. Salary- Apply 40 1
r TWENTY girls over 16 years of ago
\Apply Silk Mill. |
tit rp will Tin v vou $2.00 a day to en*
roll members for chlldren'ssewlng cir
cles Sixty days work. Experience noi
required. Opportunity for P™?"™,
Spare time may be used UnUeisai
House. Dept. S, Philadelphia.
WHITE woman for general house
work; no washing; family of three. Ad
dress 11., 707, care of Telegraph.
Situations YVanted —Male
' A POSITION as stenographer by a
young man 18 years of age, a
of a preparatory school. Have also suf
ficient knowledge of drafting to do be
ginners work in a drafting room M„d
est compensation e *Pe c . te d to begin.
Address E. F., care of Telegraph.
A YOUNG man desires position on
fruit farm. Understands trimming,
spraying and cementing. Addiess 1.,
704, care of Telegraph.
BY experienced poultryman, position
on poultry farm. Rudolph Cuna. lib
Mohn street, Steelton.
COLORED boy wishes position as er
rand boy or around office. Call sOj
South Tenth street. ,
COLORED man wants work of any
kind. Address 1334 South Cameron
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,
132 Liberty street.
YOUNG man, 30 years old, seven
years business experience, wants po
sition as outside salesman with whole
sale house where hard work will be ap
preciated. Salary no object. Address
L., 705, care of Telegraph.
Situations VV anted —I"emale
A REFINED woman wants position
as housekeeper for widower; best of
references. Miss May Blank, Lemoyne,
Pa. Box 65.
BY white woman, position as house
keeper In hotel or private family, in or
out of cify; best of references. Address
H., 703, caro of Telegraph.
CHILD'S nurse or mother's helper
wishes position. Address X;, 999, care
of Telegraph.
COLORED woman desires cooking or
general housework. Call, or address,
1412 North Seventh street.
EXPERIENCED typist, with knowl
edge of shorthand, desires position; wil
ling and competent. Address X., 997,
care of Telegraph.
GENERAL housework or day's work,
by colored woman. Address No. 107
Mulberry street.
LADY, experienced in stenography
and general office work, desires posi
tion. Can furnish the best of refer
ences. Address G. N. E., care of Tele
graph. *
LIGHT housework by young colored
girl. 907 Sarah avenue.
LIGHT housework by young colored
grin. 1945 Hickory avenue.
WASHING to do at home, or any kind
of work. Call 622 Hamilton street.
WOMAN wants cooking to do by the
day or week. Call, or address, 622
Hamilton street.
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WOMAN wants washing to do at
Call at 804 Capital street.
YOUNG colored girl desires position
light housework, or plain cooking.
Apply 172S North Seventh street.
YOUNG girl wants general house
work. Call, or address, 324 Christian
ntreet, Steelton, Pa.
YOUNG girl, 18 years of age, desires
fiositlon as general housework or cook
ng. Call, or address, 1412 Williams
YOUNG lady, 25 years old, wishes
light office work, understands type
writer. Or telephone operator in hotel
or private office. Good references. Ad
dress C. A. N., care of Telegraph.
YOUNG girl wants work between or
after school hours. Call 804 Capital
niii***** ,i> ""**************i
117 to 121 S. Second St., Harrisburg
Business and buildings will be sold together or scpa- ]
Business can be bought and buildings leased at a rea- !
tonable rental. <
Agents Wanted
AGENTS to sell guaranteed non
breakable gas mantles, wholesale and
retail. On salary and commission.
Send 16 cents for samples and particu
lars. Wisconsin ( is Mantle & Fixture i
Co., Box 584. Milwaukee.
LIVE, hustling men and women,
anxious to make money. One hundred
per cent, profit. Address The Robert i
Supply Co., I*. O. Box 25, Maclay Station, '
Harrisburg. Pa.
Rooms For Rent
TWO large, pleasant rooms, furnish
ed, for light housekeeping, between
i\lttannliiK and Swatara streets. Ad
dress 11., 901. care of Telegraph. |
FURNISHED ROOMS single or en
suite; all conveniences, Including
phone; reference required. Apply 1015
North Front street.
TWO unfurnished rooms, suitable for
light housekeeping, with use of bath.
Apply 1402 Market street.
TWO unfurnished rooms, suitable for
light housekeeping, with uso of bath.
Apply 1402 Market street.
TWO rooms, single or communicat
ing. Z22 Pine street.
Apartments For Rent
COMFORTABLY and conveniently ar
ranged apartment, four rooms and tiled
bath, with nil modern conveniences;
electric, lights; plenty of steam heat:
locker in basement; centrally located;
Immediate possession or April 1. Apply
Penna. Realty Co., 132 Locust street.
COMMODIOUS second floor apart
ment, Front and Herr streets; large
front porch overlooking river; electric
light and gas; hardwood floors. Also
farage in rear for rent. T. B. Rocka
ellar, Second and North streets.
A GOOD, second-hand Underwood
typewriter or typewriter of other make,
if in good condition. State make of
machine and lowest cash price. U., No.
1008, care of Telegraph.
HOUSE on Hill, must be in good re
pair and good location, need not be
large, from March 1 or April 1. Ad
dress U„ 995. care of Telegraph.
Business opportunities
AN opportunity to increase your busi
ness 100 per cent, by using Steel Die
Embossed Stationery. Phone 3652 for
prices. Harrisbufg Embossing Plant,
4 North Fifth street, Harrisburg, Pa.
ANY intelligent person can earn good
income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Syndicate. 798, Lock
port, N. Y.
I MADE $50,000 in five years in the
mail order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock, 355 Lockport, N. Y.
offer takes it; 225 seats; no opposition;
fully equipped; doing good business.
Garden. Alt. Joy, Pa. ______
Business Personals
AND RUGS on your floor with latest
improved electric cleaner service. Ex
perienced operators with machines.
Furniture repaired and finished. A.
Levin, 230 South street. Bell phone
11. W. LATHE, liuardius Stable and
■ >n«loiial Transfer Co. Movers of
I pianos, safes, boilers and general haul
ing. H. W. Lathe, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No.
FOR falling hair try Gross' Quinine
Hair Tpnic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell,
CAN take a few more students. Perfect
ntting is taught beloie sewing. Make
your entire dress while learning. Don't
delay coming, 22 North Fourth street.
with best material and by expert help.
Send us your w<yn furniture. Our best
efforts insure your satisfaction. S. N.
Cluck 220 Woodbine street.
Of all designs. Old floors made new.
Ask for catalog. J. M. Smith, 2219
Brookwood street, Harrisburg, Pa. Bell
phone 13911 A
Real Estate For Sale
SUBSTANTIAL built 9-room house and
bath; finished throughout In chestnut;
combination electric and gas fixtures;
steam heat; water; lot, 41x180, with ad
joining vacant plot if desired; large
concreted barn witn water and elec
tric; good chicken houses. Corner
Twenty-ninth and Canby streets, Pen
! brook. Apply 2837 Penn street, Pen-
I brook.
QUICK BUYER for 1815 Whitehall
Street. 3-story brick dwelling front
ing on Reservoir Park. A delightful
location. Miller Bros. & Neefe, Federal
Square, Harrisburg.
40x115 FT., south side of 2% Street,
145 ft. north of Brookwood St., one
square from Derry St. trolley. Special
Bargain price. Miller Bros. & Neefe,
Federal Square, Harrisburg.
INVESTMENT New property
brick all Improvements tenants
pay rent yielding 8.5 per cent, after
deducting taxes, water rent, insurance.
Price, $1,700 and $2,300. Bell Realty
Co., Bergner Building.
NEW brick house. No. 2313 Derry
street; large front and back porches;
all Improvements; steam heat; gas and
electric lights; eight rooms and bath;
hardwood finish; cemented cellar. Ap
ply 1432 Derry street.
new; well arranged; improvements;
porches; either one or both can bo
bought; now yielding over 8 per cent,
net Investment. Bell Realty Co., Berg
ner Building.
$2,400 WILL BUY a suburban prop-'
erty 3-story frame house porches
—cemented cellar furnace heat
lot, 40x130 work shop fruit on
trolley line. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
THREE-STORY brick house No.
239 N. Fourteenth street 9 rooms
bath gas electric light furnace.
Price reasonable. Look at No. 2038
Green street. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
2460 N. SIXTH ST. 3-Btory brick—
-8 rooms, bath and furnace front and
rear porches drive alley on rear
lot, 15x115. Price, $3,100.00. Brinton-
Packer Co., Second and Walnut streets.
THREE-STORY brick liouse. with
improvements, on main thoroughfare,
within five minutes' walk of Capitol,
suitable for professional man. Poulton,
Hatter, 5 North Third street.
IXJOK at No. 1512 Hunter street. This
property can be bought at very reason-
I able price. 9 rooms bath gas
furnace lot, 20x100 porch. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
THREE LOTS, 30x120 ft., in South
Erlington. Must bo sold to settle up
estate. Apply to A. D. Zinn, Lemoyne,
Real Estate For Sale
list and figures. Miller Bros & Neefe,
Federal Square, Harrisburg.
SI,BOO "WILL BUY n suburban house'
on trolley lino 8 rooms bath —.
furnace two porches lot, 20x150.
Only S3OO cash needed. 801 l Realty Co., I
Bergner Building.
NO. 422 HARRIS STREET corner i
property 9 rooms and bath. Now is |
your time to buy this property at at- |
tractive price. Bell Realty Co., Bergner ;
Building. |
LARGE FARM, one and half miles
east of Halifax. Good buildings, line
water, plenty of fruit. Very cheap, j
Easy terms. Address M. M. Mattis, Mil
SUBURBAN property; excellent loca
tion; granolithic walks; lawns; garden;
7-room house. Bargain If sold before
March 1. Address ¥., 996, care of Tele
1919 BERRY STREET 3-story
frame dwelling and store room—stable
on rear. Brill ton-Packer Co., Second
and Walnut streets.
Real Estate For Rent
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 horses, auto shed, etc. Address Mrs.
1 D. E. Kaufman, Tower City, Pa.
I LARGE brick dwelling house, on
i Derry street near Twenty-fourth
street; all improvements; large yard
and plot for garden; good stable and
, poultry house; open surroundings; very
desirable; rent reasonable. Apply at
Harrisburg Trust Company.
1839 Zarker St *20.00
129 S. Fourteenth St 22.00
185 North Fifteenth St 18.00
1731 Market St 30.00
1251 Market Street. I
Real Estate Wanted
be in good condition. On Hill pre
ferred, fifteen or twenty minutes from
P. R. R. Station. Rental reasonable.
Address V., 706, care of Telegraph.
For Sale
TRUNKS, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases.
Gloves. Sole, Harness and Strap
I-eather. Calfskin, Kip, Oo igola, Waxed
Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample
Cases and Leather Specialties made to
order and repaired. Harrisburg Har- :
ness and Supply Co., Second and Chest- I
nut streets.
ONE BLACK HORSE. 7 years old, j
sound and all right; one bay mare,
heavy with foal, and single line leader; i
one bay pacing horse, with speed and |
style. Call at Stahler's Store, Fort
Hunter, Pa. Call after 5:30 P. M. For
sale by J. o. Baker.
window signs, Furnished
Rooms,' Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and
Board and Table Board, at 26c each.
One of these signs will be given with
each six-time order for a classified ad.
if paid in advance. Inquire at Office of
CIGARS. For a limited time only, we
arfe giving 12 of our Havana Combina
tion 5-cent Ctgars Free with each order
for one Box of 50 of our 4»i-inch Per
fecto Cigars, at Uno Dollar per box,
postpaid. Snell & Company, Red Lion,
RESTAURANT, centrally located;
well established trade on paying basts.
Owner leaving: city March 1, object In
Belling. Sacrifice cash price to quick
buyer, $420. Address X., 701, care of
rooms complete no reasonable offer
refused. Reason for selling, leaving
city. Address 11., 702, care of Tele
graph. ,
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..
Harrisburg, Pa.
ONE 714-H.-P. Wagner A. C. ingle
phase and one 3-11.-P. D. C. motor. Ap
ply Cowden & Co., Ninth and Herr
LODGE ROOM furnishings, altars,
chairs, etc. Inquire J. H. Troup Music
I-louse, 16 South Market Square.
A SLEIGH at a bargain. Apply
Michlovitz & Co., corner Paxton street
and Pennsylvania Railroad.
AN Upright Chickering Piano, in line
condition. Apply 400 North Front
street, Steelton, Pa.
NEW speeding sleigh at a bargain.
"PPly Dr. Oyler's Stable, 331 Black
berry avenue.
FOR BALI! CAKDb on sale at the
Telegraph Business Of flee
For Kent
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 houses In the same
square. In center of population. Size
of room' 33x100 ft. 14-ft. ceiling. Up
to-dato in every particular. Rent from
April 1, $125 per month, Including heat.
J. S. Sible, 256 Herr street.
FOR KENT Dealrnhle offices In the
Telegraph Building, fttnicly or en-aulte.
Inquire nt Uuslueaa Olflce.
secured at the Telegraph Business
large brick warehouses, built ex
pressly for storage. Private 'ooroa
for household goods and unexcelled fa
duties 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 $3. Wagons, 75 cents
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co, 411
Broad Ktreet Both phone*.
Money to Loan
of loaning money by which borrowers
sharo profits of lenders. Legal rates,
easy terms, confidential. Offices. Rooms
6-7, 8 North Market Square.
HOFFMAN Mercy M. Hoffman (nee
Coulter), wife of George R. Hoffman,
of Philadelphia, died Thursday, Feb
ruary 19, at the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Gerge H. Biles, 1907
Green street, Harrlsbur~.
Services Saturday evening, at 7:30,
1907 Green street. Burial at Allentown,
Pa., Sunday, February 22. Relatives
and friends are Invited to attend with
out further notice.
MUENCH On February 17. 1914, Mrs?
Isaac S. Muench, In her 68th year.
Funeral services will be held Friday
afternoon, ut 3 o'clock, from her late
residence, 1352 State street. The rela
tives and friends are invited to attend
without further notico. Burial private,
Harrisburg Cemetery.
RUTHERFORD On Wednesday, Feo
ruary 18, 1914, Margaret Brown, wife
of John Q. A. Rutheford, Sr., aged 67
Funeral Saturday afternoon, Febru
ary 21, at 1:30 o'clock. Services at
the residence, Rutherford Station, and
burial in Paxton Church Graveyard.
SIMONS John T. Simons, on Wednes
day, February 18, 1914, aged 69 yeara,
1 month and 19 days.
Funeral on Friday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, from his late residence, 1308
Penn street* Funeral private. Burial
at Paxtang Cemetery,
David L. Graeff Recipient of Many j
Congratulations From Rail
road Employes
I ~~~ I
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H mm.
Oldest Pensioner on the Pennsy List
Has a Big Birthday Celebration
Harrisbufg railroad employes of
r the Philadelphia Division of the Penn
sylvania railroad, old and young, con
tributed to the many congratulations
|sent yesterday to David L. Graeff,
| Lancaster, the oldest retired employes
| on the Pennsy's pension list, who yes
terday celebrated his ninety-third
I birthday anniversary. - ■ •
I "Davy" Graeff, as he is better known
to older railroad men, was born in
Lancaster in 1821. His father was a
Swiss,immigrant who located in Pequa
Valley, Lancaster county. Mr. Graeff
enlisted in the United States Navy as
landsman in 1842, but owing to in
juries received from an accident on
board ship, ho was honorably dis
charged after fourteen months ,of
service. Mr. Graeff returned to Lan
caster and resumed his trade as a
brass moulder.
During the year 1843, Mr. Graeff
entered the machine shops of the
Supplee Brothers, Columbia, and af
ter learning his trafl& secured apposi
tion with the Pennsylvania railroad,
starting as a machinist in 1564. Three
years later he returned to the Colum
bia firm, but two years later he re
turned to the railroad company's
service, continuing until January 1,
1900, when he was placed oh the roll
of honor.
Mr. Graeff is still in good health.
He is now a resident of Columbia
where he was the recipient of many
personal congratulations yesterday.
Appointment Confirmed.— The ap
pointment of Herbert Lloyd Thomas,
2149 North Second street, supervisor
of the Philadelphia division, to the
position of division engineer at El
mira, N. Y , ai.nounced In Tuesday's
Telegraph, has been confirmed and
Mr. Thomas and family will remove
to Elmira within the next two weeks.
Supervisor Thomas was in charge of
the yards at Enola, Mar.vsville and
Harrisburg and in his new position
will have increased duties. Mr.
Thomas succeeds W. B. Thompson
who has been transferred to Wil
liamsport, vice J. B. Hutchison fans-
Twenty-sixth Anniversary of Or
ganization Celebrated With
Dinner at Hotel Dauphin
??■■■ • - vf ::r : * -•
Wm Mk *'4
Toastmaster at the Annual Banquet
of the Governor's Troop, Held
Last Night.
With the largest attendance in sev-
Legal Notices
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed by the Board of School Directors of
the School District of the Borough of
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
the above described building; and also
The erection and construction of a
sanitary system of piumblnsr for the
above described building; also for
The construction of the electrical sys
tem. together with all appurtenances
connected therewith for the above de
scribed building.
Such proposals will be received and
considered only upon the terms and
conditions set forth in the specifica
tions. and are to be 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. Dans and speci
fications may be procured on applica
tion to the Architect.
The right to reject any or all bids la
ferred to Holidaysburg. C. W. Mont
gomery, supervisor at Holidaysburg, I
suceeeds Mr. Thomas with head<juar- !
ters In Harriaburg and will take up j
his duties on Monday.
Two Trainmen Injured.—Charles A. !
Myers, 634 Keily street, a flagman on i
the Philadelphia division of the Penn- ;
sylvania railroad, has a badly sprained !
back as a result of slipping while try- i
ing to board a ear in the local yards.
C. H. Webb, 2319 North Sixth street,
slipped on the ice near his homo and
sprained his ankle. He iij a Pennsy ,
flagman. s
Standing of the Crews
Phllmlelpliln Division—ll7 crew first
to go after 2 p. in.: 108. 126, 115, 129,
123, 122, 128,. 112. 118, 121, 111.
Engineers for 122, 124.
Fireman for 111.
Conductor for 124.
Flagman for 128.
Brakemen for 111, 123.
Engineers up: Shocker. Gray. Maden
ford, McOaule.v, Hubler, Spease, Mc-
Gowan, Albright, Ault, Gernett, Aran
dale. Martin, Dolby, Kines, Sober, ■
Grass, Yeater, McGuire, Newcomer, I
Sheaffer, Black, May, Keane, Maxwell, i
Firemen up: Cook, Herman, Shimi), |
Klineyang, K. R. Miller, Farmer, Deck, .
Stettler, Loscli, Eckrlch, Horstick, i
Cover, Welsh, Slattery, Emrick, Eck
man, Slieaffer, Johnson, Rost, Maugher,
Flagmen up: Ilartman, Buyer.
Brakemen up: Sherk, Hill, Huston,
Ranker, Collins, Brown. Smith, Gilbert,
Dengler, It. Collins, Murray, Hivmr,
Dowhower. Preston.
Middle Division—22 crew tlrst tc go
after 2:30 p. m.: 23, 21, 26, 16, 25.
Engineer for 25.
Firemen for 22, 21, 16, 25.
Flagmen for 22. 21.
Brakemen for 22, 16.
Engineers up: Free, Smith, Albright,
Hummer, 'Willis, Shirk. Lewis. Knlsley.
Firemen up: ,T. D. Hoffman, Reader,
Paul, BruVer, Rapp, Malone, Murray,
Masterson, Gunderman, Bortel, Hender
son, Sholley, Kohr, Harshbarger. Mc-
Alicher, Shettel, Stober, Grubb, Km -
sythe, Lukens, Libau, Dysinger,
man, Hunter, Parsons.
Conductors up: Eberle, Gantt, Keys.
Flagmen up: Boyer, Zellers.
Brakemen up: Blessing, McNaigbt,
Stahl, Sutch. Burd, Wright, Bolden,
Williams, Murray, Delhi, A. M. Myers,
Schmidt, G. E. Dare, Kerwin, Monmil
ier, Harner, Harbaugh, Borliman, Klst
Yard t'Prv»»—To go after 4 p. m.:
Engineers for 1869, 707, 574, 14, lis,
Firemen for 2800, 707, 574.
Engineers up: Rodgers, J. 11. Snyder,
Loy, Meals, Stahl, Swab, Silks, Crist,
Harvey, Saltzman, Kuhn, Pelton, Sha
ver, Hoyler, Beck. Blosser,
Firemen up: Bartolett, Getty, Hart,
Barkcy, Sheets. Bail', Eyde i'nupp,
Haller, Ford, Kierner, Crawforl, .anch,
Weigle, Maeyer, Cookcrley, rtholter,
E \ 01.4 SIDE
I'bllnrielphlH Division—2o3 crew first
to go-after 2:15 p. m.: 232, 259, 260, 205,
253, 220, 218, 258. 214, 252, 236, 249, 222,
Engineers f0r.220, 222, 237, 239, 253,
Firemen for 214. 218, 220, 256, 258.
Conductor for 203.
Flagmen for 204. 237, 252.
Brakemen for 220, 244, 253, 255, 258.
Conductors up: Steonur. Keller.
Flagmen up: Quinzler, Brown.
Brakemen up: McGovern, Arrnent,
Waltman, StehmaYi. Hutton. Casey,
Hoops, Calfaunt, McEUrey, Hevel, Deck
er, Short, Goudy, Albright. Boyd, Jones,
Doestler, Crook, Burd, Malseed, Robin
son, Hardy, Brenner. Tftus.
Middle Division—l 23 crow tlrst to go
after 2:15 p. m.: 111, 105, 115, 110, 102,
109, 112.
Engineer for 109.
Fireman for 115.
Conductor for 112.
Flagman for 110.
Brakemen for 123, 109, 111.
llnrrlsburK Division—s crew lirst to
go after 3 p. m.: 2, 1. 7.
East-bound, after 12:15 p. in.: 62, 61,
51, 58, 69, 53, 70. 57, 56, 64.
Helpers' crews: Freed, Wynn.
Conductor up: Kline.
Engincprs up: Fraunfelder, Crawford,
Fortney, Morrison, Rlchwine, Bonawitz,
Martin, Pletz.
Firemen up: Dowhower, Snader. Bar
man, Bishop, Moyer, Aunspach. Fulton,
Hollenbach, Sellers, Hoffman, Rum
baugh. Painter, Henderson. Nye, Kelly,
Longnerker. Ely, Horner, Lower, Mur
ray, Miller, S. M. Hoffer.
Brakemen up: Smith. S(iearer, Miles,
McQuade, Hoover, Palm, Troy, Baish,
I eral years, officers and members of the
; Governor's Troop last night celebrated
the twenty-sixth anniversary of the
troop with a banquet at the Hotel
Dauphin. Covers were laid for sixty.
Captain George ,C. Jack was toast
Regrets were received from Major
F. M. Ott, commander of the Second
Squadron, who is iH, and from Gov
ernor John K. Tencr. who was in
Philadelphia. Music was furnished bv
the Kurzenknabe orchestra. The ban
quet was a military event and troopers
and guests wore dress uniforms.
Following the feast Colonel L. V.
Hausch, quartermaster-general of the
National Guard and superintendent of
the State arsenal, in behalf of the
members of the Governor's Troop,
presented Captain Jack with a Colt's
automatic 40-calibcr pistol of the lat
est pattern.
Among the guests were Colonel L. V.
Rausch, quartermaster-general of the
National Guard, Lieutenant and Ad
jutant Charles P. Meek, Lieutenant
and Quartermaster Edgar C. Hummel,
of the Second Squadron of Cavalry,
ex-Quartermaster-Sergeant Guy Dull
and ex-Troooper S. Brady Ca.veny.
Members present were Captain Geo.
C. Jack, First Lieutenant Edwin A.
Nlcodemus, Second Lieutenant George
W. H. Roberts, Quartermaster-Ser
geant Charles J. Yontz. Sergeants J.
Grant ICoons, Charles A. Kline, S. E.
Fitting, Corporals N. E. Pryor, G. A.
Dale, H. W. Fritz. J. S. Gault» Cooks
W. H. Brown, W. E. Edmonds. Trum
peter Paul E. Kurzenknabe, Troopers
Robert L. Gardner, J. 11. Rineer, L. J.
First, Max M. Reeder, William A.
Mote, Clyford Bromberger, George W.
Seward, Leslie A. Haley, W. P. Pen
dergast, Frank A. Moore, Poul Ander
son. L. T. Adams, C. E. Harclerode,
B. M. Africa, R. L. ltlester, E. H. An
derson, Edson R. Henry, Clyde S.
McCauley. W. IT. Peters, E. H. Ripper,
F. W. Kahn, William G. Cunningham,
W. M. Gardner, R. G. McNeal, W. E.
Kirkpatrick, C. E. Peters and Harris
R. Schick.
The members of Harrisburg Tent,
Knights of the Maccabees, will observe
their annual ladies' night at their hall.
No. 321 Market street, Friday evening,
February 20. The committee has pre
pared an extensive program. All mem
bers and friends of tlie order ure cor
dially invited to bo present.
Lc—' Notices
hereby reserved by the Board of School
Directors. , w H NEI , U
Office of School Board, Fourth and
Walnut Streets, Steelton, Pa.
In Matter of the Estate of W. S. Early,
Late of the City of Harrisburg, Dau
phin County, Pennsylvania, Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters
Testamentary upon the Estate of said
decedent, have been granted to the
undersigned. All persons Indebted to
said Estate are requested to make pay
ment. and those having claims or de
mands against the same, will make
them known, without delay to
No. 1821 Whitehall Street,
Harrisburg, Pa
Or to her attorney.
14 North Third Street.
Harrisburg, Pa.
FEBRUARY 19, 1914.
Strong Undertone Characterized Morning Trading in Wall
Street; Bonds Steady
B\ Associated Press
New York, Feb. 10. A strong un
dertone characterized the morning trad
ing. but the volume of business was
small and advices did not reach strik
ing proportions. Assurances from
Washington that the railroad freight ■
rate case would bo decided before the
summer holidays, put the shares on a
stronger basis.
Aside from this there was no new |
factor of importance 111 the speculative
situation. Short covering and a mod- j
orate amount of outside buying op
erated in favor of higher prices.
Movements were limited to fractions in
most cases, although some of the spec
ialties made more extended advances.
Bonds were steady.
Furnished by H. W. SNAVELY,
Arcade Building.
New York, Feb. 19.
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines . 22 H 22% ;
|Amal. Copper 76% 75% i
| American Beet Sugar 24 23 %
American Can 31 31
i American Can pfd.. 92 % 92 %
Am. C. & F 52 Vi 51%
Am. Ice Securities.. 29% 30%
Am. Locomotive ... 31% 31%
American Smelting. 68% 68%
American T. & T... 121% 121%
Anaconda 36% 36%
Atchison 98 97%
Baltimore & Ohio .. 92% 92%
Bethlehem Steel ... 37 37%
Bethlehem Steel pfd 76 76 .
Brooklyn K. T 92% 92%
Canadian Pacific ... 215% 214%
Central Leather ... 34 33
Chesapeake & Ohio. 63% 64%
C.. M. & St. P 103% 103
Chino Con. Copper .42% 42%
Col. F. & 1 33 T 32%
Erie 30% 30%
j General Electric Co. 148% 148%
Goodrich, B. F 23% 24%
Great Northern pfd. 12f1% 129%
Lehigh Valley 151% 150%
Louis. Nashville . 67% 67%
IMo., Kan. & Texas . 22 22
Missouri Pacific .... 26% 26%
Nev. Con. Copper .. 16% 16%
New York Central.. 90% 90%
N. Y., N. H. &H. . . 69% 69%
Norfolk & Western. 104% 104%
Northern Pacific .. . 116% 116%
Penna, R. R 112% 112%
Pittsburgh Coal pfd. 92% 92%
Pressed Steel Car . 45% 44%
Ray Con. Copper .. 20% 19%
Reading 167% 167%
Rep. Tron & Steel.. 25% 25%
Rock Island 6% 6%
Rock Island pfd. . 10% 9%
Southern Pacific ... 96% 96%
Southern Railway . 27 27
Tennessee Copper . 36% 36%
Texas & Pacific ... 15 % 15 %
Texas Company ... 148 148
Union Pacific 162% 162
U. S. Rubber 59% 60%
U. S. Steel 66% 66
U. S. Steel pfd. ... 110% 110%
Utah Copper 55% 55%
Wabash 2% 2%
Wabash pfd 7 % 7 %
Western Maryland . 30% 30%
Western Union Tel.. 65% 65%
Westinghouse Mfg.. 71 71
Dr. Downes to Learn
of Domestic Science
at Richmond Meeting
Detailed information as to the cost
of installing and teaching domestic
science in high schools will be pre
sented to the special committee of
the Harrlsburg School Board by Su
perintendent F. E. Downos and D. D.
Hummelbaugh, secretary to the board,
who are gathering data on the sub
Next week Superintendent Downes
will attend the annual meeting of the
Department of Superintendents of the
National Educational Association,
which is to be held in Richmond, Va.
At the same time Mr. Hammelbaugh
will be in Washington, D. C. Both
will make investigations and obtain
all accessible information on the
teaching of domestic science.
When they return, the committee
will probably be called together to hear
their reports. Dr. Downes and Pro
lessor W. S. Steele have suggested
that a house be purchased and fitted
up for this purpose, and it was on
motion made when this report was
submitted that the special committee
was appointed. Its members arc Harry
A. Boyer, George Kennedy and the
Rev. William N. Yates.
The main Post Office and Hill and
Maclay stations will be closed from
10 a. m. to 12 i. m. on Monday, Feb-j
ruary 23. All carriers wll make their j
7.15 a. m. delivery and collection, and
the 5.40, 7.30 and 10.30 p. m. collec
Dr. Maude Axley will read a paper
on a technical subject before the Acad
emy of Medicine next Tuesday evening.
David H. Elllne'er, one of the city's
health o.,>cers, is 111 at his home, 403
Boas street. He lias been sick for
about a week, but is not believed to,
be in a serious condition.
THE Harrisburg Polyclinic Dispen
sary will be open dally except Sunday
at 3 P. M., at its new location, 1701
North Second street, for the free treat
ment of the worthy poor.
and others upon their own names.
Cheap rates, easy payments, confiden
Adams A Co., R. 304, 8 N. Market Sq.
r '
Come to us for it. Quick loan is our hobby,
and our motto is: "$5 to SSO on your plain
We loan tojionest employes without se
curity. Learn our terms. All transactions
treated in a strictly confidential manner.
Employees Discount Co.
36 N. 3rd St., Room 2, Security Trust Bldg.
Famished by H. W. INATEIiY,
Arcade Building.
Chicago, 111., Feb. It.
Open. High. Low Clos.
May 94% 94% 94% 94%
July 89% 89% 89 #®%
May 65% 66% 66% «»%
July 65% 65% 66 66%
< 'ata—
May 39 % 40 39% 3»%
July 39% 39% 39% 81%
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., Feb. 19. Hogs Re
ceipts, 27,000; slow. Bulk of sales, $8.60
@8.75: light, $8.56®8.80; mixed, $8.60®
8.75; heavy, $5.40@8.75; rough, $8.40®
8.50; pigs, $7.80@8.75.
Cattle Receipts. 6,600; best strong,
others weak. Beeves, $7.00®9.66; Texas
steers, $6.80@8.00; stockers and feed
ers, $6.60@7.86; cows and helfera, $3.60
@8.50; calves, $7.50@10.50.
Sheep Recetpts, 20,000; steady. Na
tive. $4.76@6.10; yearlings, $6.6507.10;
lambs, native, $6.76@7.76.
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, Feb. 19. Wheat
Steady; No. 2, red, export, 99@89%0;
No. l. Northern, Duiuth, export, $1.04 ®
Corn Firm; new, No. I, yellow,
natural, local, 69%@70%c; do., kiln
dried, local, 72@73c.
Oats Firm; No. 3, white, 4t%9
Bran Market firm; winter, p«r
ton, $28.00@28.60; spring, per ton,
Refined Sugars Market firm;
powdered, 4.20 c; tine granulated, 4.10 c;
confectioners' A. 4.00 c; Keystone, A.
3.96 c.
Butter The market Is lower;
western, creamery, extras, 31c; nearby
prints, fancy, 34c.
Eggs The market la lower;
Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts,
free oases, $8.40 per case; do., current
reeclpts, free cases, $8.26 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free casea, $8.40
per case; do., firsts, free casea, $8.25
per case.
Live Poultry Weakj fowls, 19®
20c; young chickens, 16@20c;
hroillnff ' hickens. 16\»'<it7o; old roost
ers, 12@13c; ducks, 17@19c; do., spring
ducks. 16@17c; geese, 16@17c; turkey*.
16 @ 18c.
Dressed Poultry Firm; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 18%@19c; do.,
medium sizes, 16@18c; do., small,
12@15c; old roosters, 14% c; roast
ing chickens, fancy, 19®20c; broil
ing chickens, fancy, 20® 23c; do., fair
18@19c; capons, large, 23@25c; d 0.,,
small, 18@20c; turkeys, fancy, 24<3>26c;
do., fair, 20@23c; ducks, ll@18c; geese,
11® 16c.
Potatoes Firm; New York and
Eastern, per bushel, 80@85c; Western,
per bushel, 80@86c; Jersey, per basket.
Flour—The market is steady; winter,
"tear $3 75<?}>4 00 straiirhts. Penn
sylvania, $1.15 @ 4.30: western, $4.25®
4.35; patents, $4.50@4.85; Kansas,
straight, Jute sacks, $4.10@4.30; spring,
$4 i'(i " i "ii «tralght,s4.2U'(f
4.40; patents. $4.50@4.65.
Hay The market is firm; tim
othy, No. 1, large bales, slß.oo® 1850;
No. 1, medium bales, $17.50® 18.00; No.
2, $16.00@ 17.00; No. 3, $14.00® 16.00.
Clover mixed: Light mixed, $16.50®
17.00; No. 1, $15.50@16.00; No. 2, $14.00
This May Happen
You do not have to be hurt
j in church to receive benefits
under the Utopia policies of the
General Accident.
The new policies are the per
fection of accident and health
Drop a line and get a sample
! copy. No importunity.
General Agent
4th Flotr Apartment
Very centrally located, light from
both sides, front and rear, six rooms,
reception hall, separate storage
room, bath, ample closet room, bal
i cony, city steam heat, water, vacuum
cleaner, fireplace with two gas logs,
gas range with hot water attach
ment. Rent, $66.00 per month.
Room 44 Union Trust Building.