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IX)ST Alligator skin purse t on- !
talnlng money, in Hoover s Jewelry i
Store, Bowman's Store or Woolworth s
o anil 10c Store or on Third and Market
streets. Reward if returned to this t
_ Jlelp Wanted —Maic ,
AX active, educated man of business
ability for special work in Harrisburg. |
beginning March 18. Best references
required. Dodd, Mead & CO., itir.
CANVASSERS WANTED Sterol
Kood canvassers. Apply u L 0 I n i' „ h
I'ulat&uu Department, the feles'tai ll '
GOOD man to operate clevaWr;
must have experience lunning ma
chinery; none others need
want a man that does not drink, united
Ice & Coal Co., lorstei and Cow den
" GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy'
to tet My free booklet. \-Si*., tells
l.ow Write to-day-NOW. Earl Hop
kins, Washington, D. C.
___! . it- 1
IMMEDIATELY, flrst-class Union Ma
chinists, $3.35 pel' day of 8 1-3 hours.
Apply The Crown Cork and seal Co..
1511 Guilford avenue. Baltimore, Md.,
or Business Agent's Ofilce, 21a court
land street, Baltimore.
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANT
ED. Splendid Income assured right
man to act as our representative alter
learning our business thoroughly by
mail. Former experience unnecessary.
All we require is honesty, ability, am
bition and willingness to learn a lucra
tive business. No soliciting or travel
ing. All or spare time only. Tills is an
exceptional opportunity for a man in
your section to get into a big paying
business without capital and become
independent for life. Write at once for
full particulars. National Co-Operative
Realty Company, L-S*lo, Marden Build
ing, Washington, D. C.
MAN for city delivery wagon; must
be honest and sober; steady position;
address in own handwriting, stating
references. Address Y., 746, care of
TIP REPAIRERS WANTED. Hall
lax Shoe Co., Halifax, Pa.
$75.00 MONTH paid Government Rail
way Mail Clerks. Parcel Post means
many appointments. Harrisburg exami
nations coming. "Pull" unnecessary.
Sample questions free. Franklin Insti
tute, Dept. 361-L, Rochester, N. Y.
Hep Wanted —Female
r TRIMMER in millinery depart
ment of Klein Co.. Marke- Square.
CORSETTI ERE, one with experience
in selling. Apply Manager of Bowman
FIFTY experienced operators for
sewing on power machines; paid while
learning. Apply S. Silver, Forster and
SALESLADIES for Suits
and Coats; permanent posi
tions; good wages. Klein
Co., 9 .North Market Square.
g- anted —Male
A COUNTRY boy wants work;
height, j feet 3 inches; weight, 145 lbs.
Adaress Grorge, 640 lvelker street.
A POSITION as butler or houseman,
by a young colored man. Apply at once
656 Sayford avenue.
BY a neat colored boy, work of any
kind. Paul Walker, 661 Calder street.
COLORED man wants work of any
kind. Call, or address, 1210 allace
MAN, aged 30, wants position as
helper on automobile truck. tiall, or
write, 125S Market street.
YOUNG colored man would like to
have a position as butler or porter ill
store; can give rcfyiences. Call, or ad
dress, 132 i-lberty street, City.
Situations Wanted —Female
A LADY desires a position as house
keeper lor light ivorK or t assist In
kitchen. Address ¥., <44, care ot .tele
A RESPECTABLE lady wishes a po
sition as companion to an ageu lady,
one who has had some experience; ref
erence furnished. Address 0., V 52, care
BY neat colored girl, position as sec
ond'maia, chambeimaid or to assist In
housework; must sleep at piace. Au
dress Miss M. A. 1., Cameron street,
Middle to >vn, Pa.
» COLORED girl desires plain cooking,
or work ot any kind. Call, or address,
607 South street.
COLORED girl wants work of any
kind. Please address 413 Filbert street
or 409 Filth street. City.
COLORED girl wishes a place for
general housework. Call, or audress,
ill State street.
EXPERIENCED colored woman
wishes position to do hotel pantry
work, ice cream saloon or cook in good,
Christian family. 1418 North Seventh
EXPERIENCED typist wants extra
typewriting work. Prompt service and
moderate charges. Apply M., 748, care
MIDDLE-AGED white woman desires
housework in small family. Call, or
address before 5 P. M., Mrs. J. Holter,
1244 Market street.
POSITION as cook or chambermaid
by colored woman. Maine Carr, 1210
POSITION by middle-aged woman as
housekeeper for man of good charac
ter, rich or poor. Address Miss Kline,
1223 North Tenth street, Reading, Pa.
WASHING and ironing to do at
house or will take home. 116Va Lib
WHITE woman des'res position as
cleaning offices or day's work of any
kind. Call, or address, 514 Filbert street.
WIDOW, with a flvc-year-old child,
wants to keep house for respectable
widower. Address Box G, 747, care of
WIDOW, with one child four years
old, desires a position as housekeeper.
Apply 1326 Hunter street.
WOMAN of education and refinement
wishes to read to invalids, elderly peo
ple, children, or any one "shut in."
Terms reasonable. Address M., 750, care
YOUNG colored girl wants to help
with light housework, or nurse, in
the country. Apply at 806 Cowden
YOUNG lady. ith several years' ex
perience in coir lete charge of books
and accounts, desires a change. Can
furnish A 1 references as to ability as
a bookkeeper and general office man
ager. Address Bookkeeper, care of
Bargain in Business Property
14 North Third Street
Four-story brick building with basement, store room on first
floor, offices on second floor and apartments on third and fourth
MILLER BROS. & NEEFE
HSDKRAL. SQUARE HARRISBLRG.
Situations Wanted —Female
YOUNG lady. 19 years old wants po- j
sition as pianist for moving picture
theater. Can furnish best references
and start at once. Inquire, or address. ,
Box 753, care of Telegraph. ,
YOUNG woman desires position 111
small, private family to assist with j
housework. People must be good, plain
people. Address E. M. F., IS4j Herr j
AGENTS everywhere to sell Madame
Gazelles (French) (switch and hair,
dye), a well tried preparation. \oi. can :
have your switch and hair one color.
Conceals gray hair, and gives switch i
feeling" anil appearance of natural hair. i
Can be applied secretly in a few nun- ;
utes. Full sized sample tl!sc> will last .
for years. G. and G. Distributors, *so. i
j35 Church street, Ephrata, Pa.
Rooms For Rent
4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS. suitable
for li#?ht housekeeping. Stoves rur
nished free. Laundry, phone and bath
room privileges. Also janitress service, i
| Hishop Building, 429 Broad street.
TWO communieatii»K rooms to bath,
second floor front; all conveniences;
use of phone; gras to cook with. 9-o
North Sixth street. Call Bell phone
WELL furnished room, racing Capl
tol Park; city steam heat; use of bath j
nnd phone; suitable for two gentlemen
or man and wife. 406 North i
FURNISHED ROOMS single or en
suite; all conveniences, Including,
phone; reference required. Apply 1015
North Front street.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, for gen
tlemen, with city heat and use of bath.
Address M., 72D, care of Telegraph.
ROOM In private family, 011 the Hill.
Call Bell phone IS74R, or address 4uo
BY married couple, board or furnish
ed rooms for light housekeeping, in city
or suburbs, with woman who will be
able to nurse woman when connned.
Address Box K, 751. care of Telegraph.
FOR the representatives of The
Grand Lodge of Odd Fellow s from May
19 to 21, inclusive. Mate price and
number. Address John S3. Splcer, -76
i Peffer street.
! TWO bedrooms wanted. One furnish
-led and other unfurnished. Between
Market Square and Broad street. Ad
dress F„ <4O, care of Telegraph.
i TWO or three unfurnished rooms for
j two adults, including use of bath; cen
tral location preferred. Address R„ i 54,
| care of Telegraph. , |
| ONE or two furnished rooms, with
private batii, by man and wife, central
ly located. Address R., 756, care of
Apartments For Rent
I COMMODIOUS second floor apart-
I ment. Front and Herr streets; large
1 front porch overlooking river: electric
light and gas; hardwood lloors. Also
I garage in rear for rent. T. B. Roeka-
I tellar. Second and North streets.
1 FOR pleasant rooms, centrally locat-
I ed. Rates reasonable. Apply 211 Black
-1 berry street.
WILLOW PLUMES and old Feathers
1 to be made over into beautiful French
i Plumes and the latest Fancies. See our
| saleslady at 302 Calder Building. Afri
; can Ostrich Farm Jt Feather Co., llar
AN opportunity to Increase your busi
-1 ness 100 per cent, by using steel uio
Embossed Stationery. Phone 3652 for
prices. Hat risburg Emuossing Flant,
4 -North Fifth street, Harrisburg, Pa.
ANY intelligent person can earn good
Income corresponding tor newspapeis,
expei lence unnecessary. Send for paiw
ticulars. Press syndicate. iBS. Lock
port, N. V.
1 MADE $50,000 in five years In the
mail order business, began with $5.
sentt for free boolUet. 'lens how. Hea
| COCK, ddu Lock port. N. Y.
AND Rbuo on your lioor » ith latest
'iinpioveu electric cieaner service. Ex
| H-i .euceu operators Willi liiacnuics.
li-un.iture and unisued. A.
i.e. m, -ou Qouin street, i>eu phone
I *'»'• '
11. W. LATIICi, iiuuruiuic Stable and
I .National 'ltmuiet Co. Movers ot
tuauos, bales, oouers and general haul
ing. tl, W. jlittliagel. Filth and
n ooauuie streets. lieu pnone No.
liarnsDurg Paste Works
1-0 .V cauirrun Street
PAPHtrtA-.N«ji^ito, oulpoaieis', bock
biuaers anu an lunds ot paste. Prdnipt
shipment. Ail paste guaranteed. Uell
i/llone 11&6 L.
FOR falling nair try Gross Quinine
llalr Tome, prepared by Gross, the
j Druggist and Apothecary, 11» Market
j street, Harrisburg, Fa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell,
U. U. PEFFER,
LOCAL and ueiivery. Piano
j and urniture moving a specialty, stor
| age ot household soods ana lurmture
packing, tiell phone lotSJ. 1111) .Mont-
| REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
I with best material and by expert help,
i Send us your worn furniture. Our best
: eitorts insure your satisfaction, a. N.
j Cluck, o-u w oouoine street.
FOR- SALE AT GABLE'S. 11U-15-17
South Second street, o.vou sets new sasli
| bxlo, 12 light, primed and glazed, at
»1.10 per set.
Real Lstate £or bale
Plßl.lt SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
i THE undersiijiieu will Fell on the
i premises hereinafter described, on the
i southeast corner of Firth anu u oou
i bine streets, City of Harrisburg, Pa., on
SAtlKbAt', the 7th uay 01 March, A.
1 D. 1014, at 2 o clock P. M., the follow
ing described real estate:
All that certain lot or tract of ground,
i situate in the Tenth Ward, of tne City
of Harrisburg, atoresaid, being on east
side of Fiftn street, near vt oodbine
street, and having a lrontage of 62 feet
■ on Fifth street and extending back a
) uepth of 80 feet; having erected there
| on, on the southern part of taid lot fac
ing Fifth street, two five-room, 'i'AVO-
S'iORY FHAilb, DWELLING
in good repair, also a large stable.
A very attractive piece ot land for
the investor or prospective builder. Lo
! cated in one of the best parts of the
1 city and constantly growing in value.
! TERMS OF SALE —ten per centum of
■ purchase price to be paid the uay of
sale and the balance April 1, ial4, when
! deed will be delivered and possession
H. W. LATHE.
Real Estate For Sale i
TWO line homes, will be finished i
March 15. Nino rooms and latest and
only practical, common sense bath- j
room. Steam heated; largo iront anil |
back porches; ornamental tlxtures i
tlirouKhout; reception hull; open stair-j
case; laundry room and stationary ,
was.li tubs, outdoor sleeping chamber |
with south side exposure, size 15x8; 12 |
minutes by trolley to Market Square.
For further information call P. Vunder- .
100, Masonic Temple Building, Third and
THREE SUBURBAN PROPERTIES j
FOR SALE euch with !> rooms 1
porches furnaces lots. 28x130. Lo
cated on car line. Prices, $1,350. Jl.iuO I
and $1,550, respectively. Bell Realty '
Co., Bergner Building.
LOOK AT NO. 420 WOODBINE j
STREET new brick house all !
modern improvements gus and elec- I
trie lights porches. Owner to leave.
A good property cheap. Bell Realty Co.,
BRICK HOUSE. 2311 Derry street;
all improvements; electric and gas fix
tures; steam heat; small amount of
cash needed; balance on easy terms. ;
Call D. B. Weaver, 2309 Derry street. i
DERRY STREET COTTAGE, seven
rooms and bath; all improvements;
porches; side entrance; possession April
1. A bargain if sold at once. Imperial
Hardware Co., 1202 North Third.
RENTER Would you rather own
your house than to pay rent? For a
small amount of cash and monthly pay
ments you can buy. Bell Realty Co.,
Real Estate For Rent
THE MEIIARGUE MILL on Powels
Creek, near Matamoras, Dauphin coun
ty, Penna. This is a water power roller
Hour mill, present tenant, F. E. Cors
nttz, to vacate March 31, 1914. Apply to
Thos. T. Wierman, 14 South Alarket
Square, Harrisburg, Pa., or to C. C.
Zimmerman, Halifax, Penna.
HOUSRS FOR RUNT
No. 521 N. Sixteenth St 127.00
3018 N. Second St 122.00
524 Peffer St |3u.00
1733 Apricot Avenue 115.00
Particulars at Bell Realty Co., Berg
(FROM APRIL 1), 1724 Sycamore
street (Cloverly Heights). 2H-story
brick nine rooms and bath front
and back porch steam heat gas
and electric light. Rent, $22.50. Rohrer
& Son, Bergner Building, Third and
BY widow, part of three-story brick
house, in good locality, with improve
ments and large yard. Middle-aged
couple without children preferred. Ad
dress W., 753, care of Telegraph.
1530 Xaudain St SIB.OO
[ 1524 Catherine St 15.00
J. 12. GIPPLE,
1251 Market Street. j
NEW 6-room house, at Edgemont,
one-half mile north of Penbrook. Rent,
$6.00, or sale price, S6OO. Lots are 30x
120. with stable. G. S. Hartman, 38
North Twelfth street. City. I
1527 N. SECOND ST., desirable house
lO rooms and bath electric lights
—front and side porches possession
at once—s4s.oo. Miller Bros. & Neefe,
Bell phone 1595.
1533 North Third street, 0 rooms and
bath, furnace; 100 , -102 Short street, S
rooms and bath: store rooms 110 South
Thirteenth street. Apply 480 Walnut
, TO small family. 1321 Wallace street,
five rooms and attic; nicely papered;
water in kitchen; paved street. Inquire
429 Broad street. Bell phone 361SJ.
1954 SWATARA STREET; 8 rooms
! and bath; front and back porch; house
in good condition. Inquire at 29 North
I Sixteenth street.
| 1813 Market street; six rooms; all
; Improvements. Rent, $lB. Apply 1817
[ Market street.
Bleal Estate Wanted
j BETWEEN now and April 1, house
of about 9 rooms and bath, above Peffer
j street, at not more than $25 rental. Ad
] dress Box 745, care of Telegraph.
THE Board of Commissioners of Pub
lic Grounds and Buildings will offer at
public sale, in front of State Capitol
Building, at entrance Fourth and state
Streets, Harrisburg, Penna., at 10
o'clock -i. M„ March 7, 1914, the follow
ing buildings and structures upon the
premises within the boundaries of the
proposed extension of Capitol Park, in
Eighth Ward, City of Harrisburg:
Cowden Street, 120, 124, 409, 507.
South Street, 600, 602.
South Alley, 432, 603, 605.
Tanners Street, 117.
State Street, 445, 514.
Filbert Street. 406, 408.
The purchaser shall pay to the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, through
the office of the Superintendent of Pub
-1 11c Grounds and Buildings, Harrisburg,
I Pennsylvania, by certified check or
United States currency, the amount at
which the said building or buildings
and structures are awarded to them, as
follows: A cash payment of 25 per cent,
shall be made on day of sale and the
balance before entering upon the prop
erty to remove the material purchased.
I In all cases where the premises are
unoccupied, possession will be given
the purchaser immediately. Where the
I premises are tenanted possession will
I be given immediately after the piemises
are vacated. The Commonwealth will
not be responsible for any damage to
! property after possession is given. Pur-
I chaser shall state at time of their offer
I the time required to remove the build
! ings and material after being given
! possession by the Commonwealth,
l which in no case shall be longer than
•60 days. All building refuse shall b«
i carted away from the premises by the
purchaser. All foundation walls "must
!be taken down and removed at least
: three feet below level of street.
: The Board of Commissioners of Pub-
I 11c Grounds and Buildings reserves the
i right to accept or reject any or all
bids. The work of removal shall be
i performed under tho direction of and
j to the satisfaction of the Superinten
dent of Public Grounds and Buildings.
NOTE —The sidewalks and street
, pavements are not to bo removed by
purchaser of buildings or structures
under this schedule.
By order of the Board.
SAMUEL B. RAM 80.
j C. P. RODGERS,
TRUNKS, Traveling Bags, Suit Canes,
! Gloves. Sole, Harness and Strap
! Leather. Calfskin, Kip, Do igola. Waxed
: Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Samplo
Cases and Leather Specialties made to
order and repaired. Harrisburg llar
; ness and Supply Co., Second and Chest
j nut streets.
I S. C. W. LEGHORNS and White Orp-
I ingtons breeding stock; special price if
I sold at once; also eggs for hatching
I from Frltchey's Rhode island Reds,
I Barred Rocks, White and Buff Orping
tons and White Leghorns. Call Bell
j phone 507 Y. or address A B. Davis,
j E'enbrook, Pa.
SSOO WILL BUY wholesale business
—a good, staple article that Is easy to
handle. Anyone with a little business
ability can make $40.00 to $50.00 a
week? For full particulars address P.
O. Box 197, City.
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and
Board and Table Board, at 25c each.
One of theso signs will be given with
each six-tims order for a classified ad.
If paid In advance. Inquire at Office of
NORWALK ROADSTER; late model;
first-class condition; run very little;
five practically new tires; car must be
sold at once; reasonable. Address, or
call, Harnlsh Garage, Mechanicsburg,
ONE oak bedroom suit, spring, mat
tress, feather bolster and Hour matting,
oak Morris chair, refrigerator, mahog
any parlor table. No second-hand
dealers need apply. 232 Harris street.
LAST CALL tor overcoats. sls and
S2O Overcoats for $1.50 and up. Slightly
used and In good condition. Come and
look them over. Open evenings. S.
HAHKEU ROCKS and S. C. B. Mi- 1
norcas from H. Speeee. at Spoeeeviilc.
Pa., are from leading prize winning
strains at National shows. Hatching |
eggs and cockerels for sale.
Clouts—For a limited time, we are
giving 12 Havana Blended 6c Cigars
free with each Box of 50 of our Per
fecto Cisrars, at $1 per Box, postpaid.
Snell & Co., Red Lion. Pa.
ONE font ot 10 pt. ami one font of
12 pt. O. S„ Willi Antique Linotype
Matt ices. The Telegraph Printing Co., j
COMPLF.TK outfit of Broom Ala- j
chlnery. Price, $50.0u. l<\ S. Fisler, ]
Hunnuelstown, Pa., It. D. 1.
A MARKET WAGON, set of harness
and blanket. Cheap. Morris Livingston, j
Box 56, Eniiaut, Pa.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Call i
226 Mulberry avenue. Steelton, Pa.
FOR SALE CARDa oji wait at the
Telegraph Business Of flee.
STORK ROOM KOK RENT on the 1
corner of Third and Cumberland i
streets. No. 1200. Show windows side I
and front. In a live part of Harris- 1
burg. The largest and best market
house, two of the best banks and many '
tlrst-class business ho 'ses in the same I
square. In center of population. Size '
of room 33x100 ft. 14-ft. coiling. Up- !
to-date in every particular. Rent from |
April 1, |l2o per month, including heat
J. S. Sible, 256 Herr street.
FOR KENT Desirable offices la tke
Telegrapl. llulldlng, singly or en-sulte.
Inquire nt lluslnesa Office.
ROOMS KOK RENT CARDS can oe
secured at the Telegraph Business
HARRISHURU STORAGE CO. Two '
large brick warehouses, built ex- 1
preasly for storage. Private oomi
for household goods and unexcelled fa
cllltles for storing all kinds of mer
chandise. Low storage rates. South
Pt. and Pen - R. R.
IN 3-story brick building, rear 40N
Household Honda In clean, nrlvate
rooms. Reasonable rntcs. Apply to
I*. G. Dlener. Jeweler, 40H Market *l.
STORAGE 413 broad street. for I
household goods and merchandise. Prl- ,
vatc rooms. $1 to *3. Wagons, 75 cents
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co.. 41'
Broad street. Both phones.
MO; 0Y TO LOAN on Real Kutato
security in any umounts and upon any
♦crn.s to suit borrower. Address P. O.
Box 174. Harrisburg, Pa.
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,
easv terms, confidential. Offices. Rooms
C-7, 9 North Market Square.
I FAIRLAMB On March 3, 1914, Jane
| Fairlamb, in the 87th year of her
Funeral Friday afternoon, a t 2
I o'clock, from iter late residence, 25
North Fourth street, Steelton.
ROBINSON On March 3, 1914, Miss
Jane Robinson, daughter of the late
Thomas and Catherine Laird Robin
Funeral Friday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, from the funeral parlors of F.
C. Neely, 908 North Second street. The
relatives and friends are invited to at
tend without further notice. Burial
private. Burial Harrisburg Cemetery.
Lc —' Notices
WHEREAS, the Hon. George Ivunkel,
President Judge, arid 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 11th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1914, to me directed for
holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer
and General Jail Delivery and Quar
ter Sessions of the Peace of Harrisburg
for tlie County of Dauphin, and to
commence the third Monday of March,
1914, being the 16th day of March,
1914, and to continue two weeks.
1 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 persons 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 office
appertain to be done, and those who
are bound In recognizances to prosecute
against the prisoners that are or shall
be In the ,lai'. of Dauphin County be
then and there to prosecute against
them as shall be just.
I Given under my hand at Harrisburg,
! the 17th day of February; A. D. 1914,
S being the one hundred and thlrty
! eighth year of Independence of the
I United States.
HARRY C. WELLS,
Sheriff's Office, Harrisburg, Pa., Febru
ary 17. 1914.
SEALED PROPOSALS, addressed to
the undersigned Clerk, will be received
bv the Board of Township Commission
ers until 7 P. M. on Monday, April 6,
19X4, for making a draft of Annville
Township and survey, setting- forth
the grade, pavement, curb and build
ing lines, of the plotted section of the
Further particulars can be had by ap
plying to the Township Clerk.
The Board of Township Commission
ers reserve the right to reject*any and
all bids as may be deemed best for the
interests of the Township.
W. EUIKR H EI I .MAN.
NOTICE —Letter of Administration on
the Estate of Lucetta Hibshman, late
of Harrlsburg, Dauphin County, Pa., de
ceased. having been granted to the un
dersigned residing In Harrlsburg. all
persons Indebted to said Estate are re
quested to make immediate pavment,
and those having claims will p'resont
them for settlement.
GEO. R. HTBSHMAN.
Furniture Dealers Hold
Second Annual Banquet
[ The second annual banquet of the
, Harrlsburg Furniture Association was
| held last evening at the State Capital
| Hotel. The occasion was a most en
i joyable one, due largely to the efforts
I of F. R. Downey, chairman of the en
tertainment committee, and D. Roy
Beman, toastmaster. After the guests
had partaken of an excellent dinner,
a number of the guests were called
upon for remarks, and some very inter
esting responses to toasts were listen
Those present were: J. S. Lowengard,
of Burns & Company; A. W. Moul, of
Rothert Company; Joseph and Lee
Goldsmith, of the Goldsmith Store;
Jacob Mlllor and Samuel Kades, of Mil
ler & Kades; W. H. Brown and Roy
Beman, of Brown & Company; B. Han
dler, of Handler & Company; Joseph
Mersing, of the People's Furnishing
Company; F. R. Downey, of the Gately
& Fitzgerald Supply Company, and Jo
BY GETTING A TRANSFER
Vou can save SSO to $75 in buying a
piano. Spangler, Sixth, above Maclay.
THE Harrlsburg Polyclinic Dispen
sary will be open dall> except Sunday
at 3 P. M„ at its ne* location, 1701
North Second street, for the free treat
ment of the worthy poor.
Sentiment Toward Shares Influences Big Report of Bethle
hem Steel Company
By Associated Fruss ,
New York, .March I. Execution of I
moderate buying orders to-day caused j
prices lo advance so quickly us to in
dicate a scarcity of stocks. Shorts who
attempted to cover were compelled to
raise their bids sharply. Although the |
paco slackened after the most pressing
requirements of the markets had bein ||
filled, quotations held well up to the;'
high level. United States Steel and the i
stocks of independent steel companies '
were prominent in the trading. Senti
ment. toward these shares was influenc- ■
ed by the good showing made by Beth
lehem Steel in its annual report. Fort'
the first time in several days this mar- ;
kei was freed from foreign pressure.
Prices for Americans in London were;
little changed, and European selling i
hero was suspended,
lionds were Irregular.
rurniMliol by H. \V. SMAVGId,
New York, March 4.
Open. 2,30 P. M. 1
Alaska Gold Mines . 22 22%
Amal. Copper ..... 73% 74% I
American Beet Sugar 23 23 %
American Can 29% 30 V 4 I
American Can pfd.. 92 % 93
Am. C. & P 51 51
American Cotton Oil 45 45 1
Am. Ice Securities .. So 30 %
Am. Locomotive ... 34% 33',4 j
American Smelting . GSt; 08 % I
American Sugar ... 105 103% |
American T. & T... 1208* 120% 1
Anaconda 35% 35% !
Atchison 96% 97% j
Baltimore & Ohio . . 91 "i 91 % '
Bethlehem Steel ... 38% 41 if. |
1 Bethlehem Steel pfd 79% S2
I Brooklyn R. T 93% 93 %
Canadian Pacific ... 209 209%
Central Leather ... 31% 33%
Chesapeake & Ohio. 63% 63%
C.. M. & St. P 102% 102%
Chlno Con. Copper . 42 42 %
Col. F. & 1 32% 33%
Consolidated Gas .. 133% 133%
Porn Products 11% 11%
Distilling Securities . 19% 20%
Frie 29% 29%
Erie Ist pfd 45% 46
General Electric Co. 146% 147
I Goodrich, B. F 23% 23% j
Great Northern pfd. 127% 128% ,
Great Nor. Ore subs. 35% 35% j
Interboro-Met 15 14% j
Interboro-Met. pfd.. 60% 60 j
Lehigh Valley 149% 150 <
Louis. & Nashville .137 136%
Mex. Petroleum ... 66% 68
Mo„ Kan. & Texas . 18% 18%
Missouri Pacific ... 25% 25%
New York Central . 59% 90
X. Y„ N. H. &H. .. 65% 66 %
Norfolk & Western . 102%. 102%
Northern Pacific ... 112% 112%
Pennsylvania R. R.. 111% 111%
Ray. Con Copper . . 20 20 %
Reading 165 166
Rep. Iron & Steel . 25% 25%
Rep. Iron &S. pfd.. 89% 89%
Rock Island 5% 5
Rock Island pfd. .. 8% 8
iSouthern Pacific ... 94% 94%
Southern Railway . 25% 25%
Tennessee Copper . 35% 35%
Texas Company .... 149% 148%
Union Pacific 159 159% 1
IT. S. Rubber 59% 60%!
U. S. Steel 64%. 65%
Utah Copper 54% 54%
Vir. Car. Chem. ... 31% 31%
I Western Union Tel.. 63% 63%
jWeetlnghouse Mfg.. 71 71
New President of Peru,
on Way to Assume Office
w . |7
jKk JA, 1
■j K A ■
Robert E. Leguia, now president of i
Peru, has just arrived in the United 1
States 011 his way home to assume j
office. He was called from London
after President Billinghurst had been
! driven out. His interpreter had this
i to say about the new president and the
I revolution there Just before the party J
I started Washington to visit Pres
i "F,l presidente wants me to say that
he did not attain to the presidency
by a revolution. Obviously not at all,
for President Blllinghurst wished to
make himself a tyrant, and on Febru
ary 4 dissolved the congress, so, of
j course, we had to do something and
he was put out of the country. There
is nothing queer about that. It is
liable to happen anywhere. If Presi
dent Wilson should dissolve congress
here what do you think you would
do? Senor Leguia, being the first vice
president at the time, was called back
from London to assume the presi
j At this explanation the senor and
! his interpreter smiled in evident satis
i faction, and when asked why the sec
retary of war, Henry Varela, happen
ed to lose his life during the dispute,
replied airly that there was nothing
very remarkable about that, either.
"He was of the government, being
in the cabinet," said the interpreter,
"and when the fighting began he
sided with the government: so he
was killed and that was all there was
"How many people were killed
along with him?"
"Oh, twenty or thirty: it didn't
amount to anything Why, the same
thing could happen in Washington If
Wilson retired the congress, as 1
Curd* neatly anil attractively
printed 1 van be secured nt
TUU TKLEUIIAPII UIMM;SS
310 Federal Square
MARCH 4, 1914.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Ktiralshed by H. W. SNAVELY.
Chicago, 111., March 4. !
Open, riiislt. i-ovv Clos !
May 93'; 93 Vi 93 93'; 1
July SSV) SS>n SS SBV|
May .... .... 67'» 07*8 06 js 67
July 6ti>a 00*1 06'* 60*8
* 'Hta —
May 40 , a4O 40= s »0%
July 40'* 40>t 40 10' i I
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., March 4. Hogs Re
ceipts, 20,000; slow. Bulk of sales, $5.55
«f ; 8.00: light, $8.60<|58.70: mixed, sS.4f>«
5.72 V..; heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org; pigs, S7.GO®
Cattle Receipts. 14.000: steady.
Beeves, $7.20®9.7u: Texas steers, $7.10
@8.10; stockers and feeders, $5,001!! 8.00;
I cows and heifers, $3.05® 8.55; calves,
Sheep Receipts, 22,000; slow. Na
j ttve, $4.85®6.20; yearlings, $5.85®7.15;
I lambs, native, $6.76® 7.60.
By Associated Press
I Philadelphia, March 4. Wheat
| Steady: No. 2, red, export, 99%c@
$1.00; No. 1, Northern, Dulutli, export,
$1.04 % ® 1.05%.
| Corn Firm; new, No. 2, yellow,
! natural, local. 70@70' = c: do., kiln
: dried, local, 72®73c.
; Oats Steady: No. 2, white, 46®
j Bran - Market lirm; winter, per
i ton, $28.00(®28.50; spring, per ton.
Refined Sugars Market steady;
powdered, 4.10 c; line granulated, 4.00 c;
confectioners' A, 3.90 c; Keystone, A.
Butter The market is Arm;
western, creamery, extras, 32% c; near
by prints, fancy. 36c.
Eggs The market is higher;
lennsylvanla and other nearby ir-n
free cases, $9.90 per case; do., current
i reeclpts, free cases, $9.75 per case;
I western, extras, firsts, free cases, $9.90
; per case; do., firsts, free cases, $9.76
j per case.
I, kive Poultry Firmer; fowls, 18®
I. c; ,,, young chickens. 16®20c;
.broiling chickens, old roost
ers. 12®13c; ducks, 18®2Jc; spring
Dressed Poultry Steady; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 19%@20c; do.,
medium sizes. 17@19c; do., light
weights, 12® 15c; old roosters,lsc; roast
ing chickens, fancy, 19%®20c; broil
ing hlckrns. lani >'• -o<u _'3i do. r»t.*
18® 19c; capor.s, large, 23@260; d 0..,
| small, 18®20c; turkeys, fancy, 21®26c;
I do., fair, 20®23c; ducks. ll®18c; geese,
Potatoes Steady; New York and
Eastern, per busliel, 85T090c; Western,
per bushel, 85@90c; Jersey, per basket,
I'lour—The market Is steady; winter,
clear, $8.85®>4.10; straights, Penn
sylvania, $email@example.com; western, $ •1.25©
4.40; patents, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Kansas
straight. Jute sacks. $4.20@>4.40; srrinK.
firsts, clear, $4.10®4.30; straights, $4.35
41>4 50; patents. $4.60®4.90.
Hay The market is firm; tim
othy. No. 1. large bales. 118.1)0® 1860;
No. 1. medium bates. $18.00($18.50; No.
2, $16,50© 17.50; No. S. $14.00@ 15.00.
Clover mixed: Light mixed, $17.50®
18.00; No 1, do., $email@example.com; No. 2, do.,
We have prepared In brief a i
timely analysis of tlia
and O Secu ii s
| which we shall be pleased to
! "end npon request. Ask fur
| Letter "O."
George H. Burr & Co.
14 Wall St., New York
If You Could Get Better
Than 7% with Safety
Would You Consider It ?
We have such an invest- ;
ment and would like to !
tell you about it;.
Kelsey,* Brewer & Co.
Hankers, Operator!, KnniMer*.
Michigan Trmt Bldf..
Grand Rapids, - - Mich.
SIXTH STREET PLOTS
S. E. cornei 6th and Wood
bine streets. 98.7x100 feet.
S. E. corner 6th and Forrest
streets, 117.Cx100 feet.
:>JH MARKET STREET
NOW is the time to be planning the
building of your own home. The
most ideal place in which to locate it is
For Prices, Tcrnis, Etc., apply
Bellevue Park Sales Office
2nd Floor Mi ler Bros. & Neefe Building
Bell 'Phone 3551 Locust & Court Sts. *
Why Don't You Get 6 Per Cent.
For Your Small Savings
THE FRIENDSHIP GERMAN BAU AND SPAR VEREIN will open
a new series on Thursday Eve, March C, at Hotel Hare, corner of Wll
nut street and Aberdeen avenue.
The Friendship German Bau and Spar Vereln Is 2G years old. You
can secure shares now from the following persons: C. Benltz. 440 Wal
nut street; B. F. Eby, 1321 Derry St,; Fred Bender. 26 South Fourth
street; C. A. Klenn, 1304 State street; Wendell Fackler, IG2O Market
street; H. Hare, Hotel Hare, 421 Walnut street.
We lluy and Data (uraUked
Sell Standard lnve»tor*.
OH IHtockn I Weekly Suni-
Yleldlng a mary sent free
4to 12 per eent. L " requeated.
CARL H. PFORZHEIMER}
as Broad Street, Mtw York
JOS. S. WERXIG TRANSFER CO.
By virture of a decree of the Circuit
Court of Baltimore Cltv, passed on the
2oth day of February. "1914. the under
signed. Receivers, will sell at Public
TUESDAY, MARCH 10. AND
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11.
AT KINO'S AVCTIOY SALESROOMS
4 TO 10 N. HIGH ST., BALTIMORE,
MD—COMMENCING AT 0 A. M.
The valuable equipment of the above
company. The hordes were selected
j • •» reiit care for their usefulness,
and have been worked ot city work by
various Baltimore Merchants, Naviga
tion and Railroad Companies up to
I'ebruary 21, 1914, and now ready to
resume similar service. They arc the
best lot of seasoned and acclimated
nurses ever offered at public sale at
one time. In the history of Baltimore.
Anyone desiring work liorses will find
this an opportunity never offered be
fore to secure the most desirable
liorses in singles, pairs and triples,
also several small Mules, the stock of
liorses. mares and mules comprising
123 HIGH CLASS WOIIK HORSES
!l DRIVING HOUSES
li SMAI.L Ml LES
ION WAGONS, TRUCKS AND VANS
128 SETS HARNESS
SINGLE. DOUBLE, TRIPLE
I BUSINESS .IAGGER
I 7-PASSENGER TOURING CAR
All of which is now on view at THI3
cS?r,?\-., W £ RNro TRANSFER CO.'S
si AfsiibS, Harford avenue and Good
aml remain there until
MONDAY, MARCH 9th. The Horses,
Mares, Mules, Wagons, Trucks, Vans,
will then be removed to
KINC. S AUCTION RING and there
as above mentioned. on TUESDAY,
March 10. and AVEDNESDAY. March 11*
commencing at 9 A. M.. and on
THURSDAY, MARCH 12
At the Joi. S. Wernig Tranfer
HARFORD AVE. AND GOODWIN' ST,
COMMENCING AT 10 A. M.
Will sell all stable utensils, contents ot
Blacksmith Shop, comprising Forges.
Anvils, Gas Heater, Motor, etc.; con
tents of Harness and Paint Shops, Mo
tor and Mill for grinding feed, Office
Fixtures, Safe, Desks, Typewriter,
Burroughs Adding Machine, etc.
Sale Poaltlve and Preeinptory
RAIN OR SHINE
TERMS—CASH, NEW YORK EX
CHANGE OR CURRENCY. *
JAMES KING, >
GEO. J. KESSLER, /Receivers
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
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE!
and others upon their own names,
cheap rates, eat,y payments, confiden
Adams A Co.. R. 804, 8 N. Markfift Sq.
AT LEGAL RATES
THE EQUITABLE is the one
company which will treat you
just right at all times. When you
open an account with us you are
free from worry and regrets. No
one, not even the members of
your own family, need know you
No matter what others adver
tise we will make you a loan of
110 or more at LEGAL RATES.
No references, assignments,
! pledges, red tape or delay.
| INVESTMENT COMPANY
• N. MARKET SQUARE!
' Room 21 / 4th Floor,