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SATURDAY EVENING. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH! MARCH 14,1914.
LOST Silver purse In eitherPax
tang or Second street car, Wednesday
ulternuoa after 6 o'clock. Initials a.
KH. Keep money. Please return
purse to Mrs. J jew Is Haehnlen, Bellevue
LOST Gold ring, with three red
atones, middle stone miseing.noarold
Post <sfflcc. Reward if returned to 36
Bouth Second street.
LOST—Brown Cocker Spanid. whlte
l.reaet, stub tail license, Bbi. Call, or
ALL#-AROUND MACHINISTS; ftlso
car repairmen? tWt apply un
lesa experienced. Apply 61. North Sec
BE 7 DETECTIVE Earn big
xnonmv easy work; we show you. Write
nue, New York. Dept. 688.
BLACKSMITH, first-class, wanted.
AM>ly eTnT^Cooper & Co., Short and
Thorough Instruction, 18. '
not appointed. Particulars free. Ameri
can Civil Service School, Washington,
D. C. ,
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy
to get. My free booklet. *-372, tells
how. Write to-day—NOW. Earl Hop
kins. Washington, D. C. #
HONEST MAN WAITED In each
town for special advertising work, flo
» week to start; experience
flary; references required. Address at
once McLean, Black & Co., 93 N. Bev
erly street, Boston, Mass. .
I WILL START YOU earning *4 dally
at home in spare time.
rore; no capital; free instructive
let, giving plans of °P e f atio ?.®' _
Redmond, Dept. 268, Boston. MMI-
LIBERAL SALARY and commission
to look after our b " B,nes %l" t v
community. Interesting, c ] lg 7}„ i* 1,
healthful work. International
nine Co.. Dept. 138, 119 West Fortieth
street, New York. _
' LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANT
ED. Splendid income assured right
man to act as our representative after
learning our business thoroughly by
roatl. Former experience unnecessary.
All we require Is honesty, ability, am
bition and willingness to learn a lucra
tive business. No solicit ng or travel
ing. All or spare time only. This is an
exceptional opportunity lor 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-Operat ve
R«alty Company, L-910. Marden Build
ing, Washington, D. C.
MAN over 80, experienced canvasser-
BOllcltor, 118 weekly and commission;
uteady position. Columbia Protective,
160 Nassau street. New York.
MEN to sell our seed and nursery
line. Big profits. Pay weekly. First
National Nurseries. Rochester,
MEN 20 to 40 years old wanted at
once for Electric Railway Motormen
and Conductors; S6O to SIOO a month;
no exporience necessary; fine opport
nlty; no strike; write immediately for
application blank. Address Iv., <l4, care
SECOND HAND BAKER to bake
bread and cakes. Apply New Cumber
alnd Steam Bakery, New Cumberland,
YOUNG man to clerk In grocery
store; state ago and experience. Ad
dress M-, 802. care of Telegraph.
YOUNG men to learn driving and re
pairing. Oldest school. Low rates.
Classes limited. Positions. Write
Academy Automobile Engineers, Ge
neva. N. Y.
$76.00 MONTH paid Government Hall
way Mall Clerks. Parcel Post means
many appointments. Harrisburg exami
nations coming. "Pull'" unnecessary.
Sample questions free. Franklin Insti
tute, Dept. 361-L, Rochester. N. Y.
SIOO.OO WEEKLY PROFIT spare
time at home. Mail order business —■
don't worry about capital. Boyd H.
Brown, Omaha, Neb.
Help Wanted —Female
ANY lady can earn SIO.OO weekly
copying letters, spare time at home; 4
cents in stamps tells how. Capital bet
ter Writing Co., Box 364, Washington,
BUY Madame Gazelles (French)
Switch and Hair Dye, safe and reliable.
Gives life, luster and color to the hair.
Conceals gray hair and gives switch
appearance and feeling of natural hair.
Can be applied In a few minutes. Re
tail price, 60c. Agents wanted every
where. Send 26c for full size sample.
<}. & G. Distributors, 30 Church street,
FIFTY experienced operators for
Bewlng on power machines; paid while
learning. Apply S. Silver, Forater and
FORELADY for shirt factory. Must
have reference. Address Box 811, care
HONEST WOMEN WANTED in each
town to demonstrate well-known ar
ticle; sl6 a week to start or 30 cents an
hour for spare time; experience unnec
essary. McLean, Black & Co., 93 N.
Beverly street, Boston, Mass.
LADIES Sewing at home, material
furnished; no canvassing; steady
work; stamped envelope for particu
lars. Calumet Supply Co., Dept. H-95,
LADIES Work at home making
neckwear; $3 dozen; experience unnec
essary; dime for pattern instruction.
Pearl Mfg. Co., 20 Salamanca, N. Y.
LEARN DRESSMAKING In one of the
best dressmaking schools in America.
Make your own dresses while learning.
Night and Day classes. Work's Dress
making School, 22 North Fourth street
OPPORTUNITY for self-reliant, en
ergetic woman; permanent position;
Sood Income; agreeable work. Address
. 0., 810, care of Telegraph.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS,
nlso learners, to make aprons, etc.
Harrisburg Apparel Co., over City Star
Laundry, State street, rear entrance.
THE new profession for ladies. Teach
the Velvetina System of Home Beauty
Culture and sell dealers. $3 to $lO a day
at Home or Traveling. Ve'vetlna School,
Dept. 141, Omaha, Neb.
THREE bright, capable ladles for
1914 to travel, demonstrate and sell
dealers. $25 to S6O per week- railroad
l'are paid. Goodrich Drug Co., Dept,
B-R, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED —2O girls. Apply
WHITE girl for general housework;
10 washing. Call, or address, 2104
Morth Third street. Bell phone 1916
WOMEN CANVASSERS, Perfumes,
soaps; Toilet and Household Necessi
les. $9.00 weekly salary or commis
ilon. Credit. Sample Case loaned.
fUibscher, Dept A-3, Rochester, N. Y.
JUBT RECEIVED FROM THE PRINTF.n
Facts and Figures
A comprehensive list of real estate for sale—city—
suburban and farm properties.
Every prospective buyer should have a copy of this
valuable booklet free for the asking—write, or call Bell
MILLER BROS. & NEEFE
Locust Court Street* Harrisburg
WOMEN over 21 to assist In grocery
store; must have experience; references
required. Address A., 805, care of Tele
$5 TO $25 WEEKLY for women at
home. No canvassing or peddling;
light, easy, agreeable, profitable work.
Can be made a permanent business.
Send no money. Ask for FREE facts.
Address Alexander Co., Box 68A, Win
Situations Wanted — Male
A BOY 16 wants work of *ny kind.
Apply 812 Clinton street
MARRIED man of 28 years. perma
nently located in Harrisburg. desires
employment two or three days a week,
preferably collecting. Address D„ i 96,
care of Telegraph.
PATTERNMAKER Young married
man wants a steady position with a
large firm. where experience and
steadiness Is appreciated. Willing to
move to city. Address C., 7C4, care of
YOUNG boy. of 17 years, desires po
sition after school; can start at 3 P. M.
Address C„ 806, care of Telegraph.
YOUNG man desires work of any
kind. Address M., 798, care of Tele
YOUNG man, 32. desires work as
plumber's helper or tailoring; willing;
can furnish reference. J. Harris, 14
North Fifth street.
Situations Wanted —Female
A RESPECTABLE woman would like
to have day's work or bundle washing
to do at home. Address, or apply, 282
COLORED woman deslr«» cleaning
or day's work. Apply 610 Primrose
POSITION by young colored woman
as chambermaid or nurse; can give
best of reference. Call, or address, 632
SEWING by the day by experienced
seamstress. Address N., 807. care of
HONEST MAN WANTED In each
town to distribute free advertising; sl6
a week to start; experience unneces
sary; references required. Address
McLean. Blai.. & Co., 93 N. Beverly
street, Boston, Mass.
U. S. GOVERNMENT uses Richmond
Chemical Fire Extinguishers that kill
gasollno flres. Auto and Factory sizes.
District managers make 600 per cent,
profit. Auto free. Richmond Chemical
Co., Div. 612, Wheeling, W. Va.
WIDE-AWAKE AGENTS are coining
money with our easily demonstrated
specialties. Write to-day for particu
lars and new catalog. Brown Mercan
tile Co., 2632 Silver street, Philadelphia,
WE want Agents, either sex, for our
splendid household specialty. Big
profits. Particulars free. Write to
Vernon Mercantile Co., Franklin Bank
Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
OPPORTUNITY for Live Agents to
handle our splendid brand new house
hold specialty. Big profits. Particulars
free. Le Verne Mfg. Co., 1107 Calvert
Bldg., Baltimore, Md.
EITHER sex can build permanent
business. 100 per cent, profit. A sale
at nearly every house. Write imme
diately for particulars. The Ashland
Co., Doylestown, Pa.
100 PER CENT. PROFIT. Something
new; kitchen necessity; sells at sight
for 25c. Agents averaging thirty hour
ly; pocket sample. Defiance, 64 Murray
street, N. Y.
AGENTS This Is a bonanza. $26
to SSO a week. Start at once. Largo
demand for goods. Investigate to-day.
Els worth Specialty Co., Littlestown,
HUSTLERS in every locality. House
hold necessity. If making less than S3O
per week write to The T. C. Brewster
Co., 904 Penn street, Reading. Pa.
AGENTS Make $lO daily calling on
automobile owners. Write quick for
free details. H. A. Browne, 39 Court
street, Dedham, Mass.
IN State of Pennsylvania to sell
KLEENKOPIE carbon paper and type
writer ribbons. Particulars free. Rustic
Sales Co., Rustic, N. J.
EXPERIENCE unnecessary, easy
work, big pay. Write for large list of
openings offering opportunities to earn
SIOO to S6OO a month while vou learn.
Address Dept. 417, National Salesmen's
Training Association, Chicago, New
York, Kansas City, San Francisco.
SALESMAN calling on the retail gro
cery trade in country towns to sell
three staple articles, which can be used
In every home; big commission on first
and repeat orders. Address Manager,
No 310 Prospect avenue, Cleveland.
CKJAR SALESMEN WANTED—Earn
$25 per week or more, salary or com
mission, and expenses others have
why can't you? Experience unneces
sary. Continental Cigar Co., Wichita
SALESMAN to represent High-Grade
line or Oils, Paints and Roofing". Good
proposition to energetic man. Blaclt
stone Oil & Paint Co., Blackstone Bldg.,
SALESMEN Sell merchants Sales
and Order Books; large demand; liberal
commissions; pocket samples. Wirth
Salesbook Co.. Chicago.
A GENTLEMAN boarder in a private
family; all conveniences, with ifse of
phone. Apply at 1625 Penn street.
Rooms For Rent
TWO furnished rooms, second floor
one room facing Capitol Park, bath!
electric light, running water in room
use of phone. Apply 410 North Btreet.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS. suitable
for light housekeeping. Stoves fur
nished free. Laundry, phone and bath
room privileges. Also janltress service.
Bishop Building, 429 Broad street.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, with
private family, after "ril 1, for gen
tlemen, with use of bath and telephone.
For Information call 123 South Second
HANDSOMELY furnished front room
with private family; modern conveni
ences; no children; phone service; ref
erence required. Apply no State
TWO nicely furnished second floor
rooms for light housekeeping; gas
range and lights; use of bath and bal
cony. Apply 433 South Thirteenth
„ WELL-FURNISHED ROOM, facing
Cupltol Park; city steam heat; use of
bath and phone; suitable for two gen
tlemen or man and wife. 406 Noith
THREE ROOMS, completely furnish
ed, for light housekeeping; all conveni
ences; references exchanged. 340 Bouth,
TWO unfurnished rooms, suitable for
light housekeeping, lnoludlng heat,
Phone and bath. Apply 227 Boas street.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, for gen
tlemen, with city heat and use of bath.
Apply 272 Briggs street
FURNISHED ROOMS, suitable for
light housekeeping. 128 Bouth Second
FURNISHED rooms, desirable loca
tion. Apply 719 North Sixth street
FURNISHED ROOMS for gentlemen.
Apply 67 North Eighteenth street
FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms.
Apply 1601 Green street
TWO ladles desire two or three un
furnished rooms, in private family, for
light housekeeping, on or near Market
street, on the Hill. Aduress X. T. Y.,
care of 'telegraph.
YOUNG, married couple desire two
communicating rooms, second floor,
with board, In private family; Hill pre
ferred. Apply U., 804, care of Tele
Apartments For Rent
COMMODIOUS second floor apart
ment Front and Herr streets; large
front porch overlooking rivnr; electnc
uglit and gas; hardwood floors. Also
garage In rear for rent T. B. Rocka
leliar. Second and North streets.
APARTMENT of four rooms and tiled
bath; all modern conveniences; electric
lights; steam heat, etc; locker in base
ment. Possession April 1. Penna.
Realty & Improvement Co., 132 Locust.
FURNISHED, from April 1 to Oc
tober l; ti-room apartment to adults
only, S3O; use of piano; references ex
changed. Address J., 797, caro of
THIRD floor apariment 6 rooms and
bath; steam heat and electric lights;
largo, light rooms. One block from
Capitol. Address P. O. Box, 336. City.
APARTMENT 1118 North Sixth
street, tlvn rooms and bath, with all
moaorn conveniences. Apply R. O. Wll
bar. 1118 North Sixth street.
Are You Looking a Real
Are You Keally Worth More
Money Than You Are
i IF you are and you have any real
selling ability, we are ready to show
you how to earn a lot more money by
selling HKL.V-A-I'llO.MS*. Every Tele
phone user is a possible customer. Sells
for $3.00. Big prollts and a wonderful
opportunity for hustlers. If you really
mean business, send for free INKTRUC
TIO:NS in SALESMANSHIP. Tells how
to earn as high as SIOB per week. This
opportunity may never come again, for
you. Write to-day while your territory
is still open.
W. J. USAVITT A CO- Emporium, Pa.
FINE HOTEL FOR SALE Beauti
ful Brick Hotel and property located
in Aaams County, Pa.; 21 rooms, finely
lurnisnud; mouern conveniences; two
barns; good bar business; only hotel In
town. Full particulars upon request
Ask how »l,6uu will close this deal. It s
a Bargain. The Business Exchange,
WELL-KNOWN manufacturer desires
a local representative, ufneo man pre
ferred; $35 weekly and profits. Must
ueposit $l6O to cover valuable samples.
References. National inrg. t_o.. ioj
feuuth Fifteenth street, Philadelphia.
START BUSINESS - Become whole
sale merchant, supply stores, own town;
combination, sanitary; Red Seal Pea
nuts; modern metnods; Invest s6uu;
uiatie *2t>o monthly. I made $60,000.
Originator, 302 Broadway, N. Y.
ANY Intelligent person can earn good
Income corresponding for newspapers,
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Syndicate. 798, Lock
port, N. Y.
AMOUNTS $60.00 upwards to yield
ten per cent, and over is offered in
vestors In American Board Company's
extraordinary opportunity. Suite 19A,
220 Broadway, New York.
GROCERY STORE FOR SALE—Stock
about $2,600. Good location. Reason
for selling, leaving city. Will be sold
at Inventory. Address Box R., 777, care
time at home. Mail order business
don't worry about capital. Boyd H.
Brown, Dept. E, Omaha, Neb.
I MADE $60,000 in five years In the
mall order business, began with $6
Send for free booklet Tells bow. Hea
cock, 366 Lockport N. Y.
H. W. LATHE, Boarding Stable and
National Transfer Co. Movers of
pianos, safes, boilers and general haul-
H- W. Lathe, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streeu. Beu phone sso.
Harrisburg Paste Works
12# N. Cameron Street
PAPERHANGERS', billposters', book
binders' and all kinds of paste. Prompt
shipment All paste guaranteed. Bell
phone 1186 L
FOR failing hair try Gross" Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, lis Market
street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt atte&Uon. Bell
It H. PEFFER,
I/JCAL EXPRESS and Delivery Piano
and Furniture moving a specialty. Stor
ago of household goods and furniture
packing. Bell phone 1684 J. Ills Mont
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
with best material and by expert help
Send us your worn furniture. Our best
efforts insure your satisfaction. S. N.
Cluck. 320 Woodbine street
WE furnish music for all social
events. Small combination for house
parties as low as $2.60. Address
Zembra Mandolin Club, P. O. Box 486
W. J. WENRICH, 339 Hamilton street
—Furniture, china and piano packing
Shipments looked after at both ends
kinds of hauling. Bell phone
FOR SALE AT GABLE'S. 113-16-17
South Second street, 6,000 sets new sash
Bxlo, 12 light primed and glazed, at
$1.16 per set
Real Estate For bale
NEW BRICK HOUSE, with 10 rooms,
steam heat combination lights, hard
wood floors, front and side porches,
size of lot 19H ft. by 96 ft., situate
southeast corner Nineteenth and Park
streets. An Ideal location. Special
price to a quick buyer.
J. E. GIPPLE,
COMPARATIVELY new 8-room brick
house, with bath and conveniences,
1731 East State street Large front
Sorch, side entranco, paved street with
ower plot in center. Prloe reasonable
and finances arranged as desired. Ap
ply I. B. Swartz, 108 North Second
street. Bell phone 1820.
617 EMERALD STREET, 2-story
brick, lot, 17.6x130, steam heat, small
kitchen, diningroom, llvlngroom, open
stairway, 2 sleeping rooms, bath, sew
lngroom, gas, sunlight in all rooms,
side alleyway, Henry E. Fox, owner.
No 2, North Court street, City.
Real Estate For Sale
-1827 NORTH THIRD STREET 3-
story brick dwelling - !» rbom* and
bath steam heat front .porch
cemented cellar nearly nesv lot.
20x117 possession given on short
notice. Brinton-Packer Co.. Second and
NO. 910 SIXTH STREET, 3-story cor
ner brick house, 11 rooms and bath;
other conveniences; paved street on
three sides; price greatly reduced: large
Sortlon may remain at 5 per cent. Bell
ealty Co., Bergner Building.
2038 SUSQUEHANNA STREET 3-
story brick 8 rooms, bath and fur
nace front porch cemented cel
lar lot, 18x72 side entrance. Brin
ton-Packer Co., Second and Walnut
IX>OK at that desirable brick house,
No. 105 Chestnut street first prop
erty from Front street— three open
sides this property can bo bought
right. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build
COTTAGE on the Susquehanna for
sale plot, 76x286 within 200 yards
of station frequent trains to Har
risburg. Price, completely furnished,
$1,660. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build
DERRY STREET COTTAGE, seven
rooms and bath; all improvements;
rorches; side entranco; possession April
A bargain If sold at once. Imperial
Hardware Co.. 1202 North Third.
$1,300 WILL BUY a frame house on
Berryhill street lot, lSftxlOO. We
offer also desirable suburban lots— all
sizes at reasonable prices. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
PROPERTY No. 1630 Reglna street;
10 rooms; steam heat; hardwood floors;
side entrance, and large garage In rear.
Special price if sold during March. J.
E. Gippie, 1251 Market street
LOOK at 624-26 Calder street. two
frame houses. Get particulars, price,
etc. $3,800 will buy two houses at Nos.
2106-07 Derry street Bell Realty Co.,
36 AND 38 NORTH TENTH STREET
—Two-and-o.ne-half-story bricks —each
—7 rooms and bath lot, 32x72. Brin
ton-Packer Co., Second and Walnut
HOUSES FOB SALE IN EM)LA
NOS. 146-147-149 COLUMBIA ROAD.
Most desirable location. Liberal terms.
Inquire C. D. Bowman, Owner, 227 Ma
clay atreot Harrisburg.
TWO three-story houses, one brick
and one frame, on Sixth street near
Muench. Will sell cheap to quick
buyer. Apply 1838 North Sixth street.
THREE HOUSES In Steelton, 22-24-
j.6 North Third street Inquire Ella M.
Shertz, Ellzabethtown, Pa.
Real Estate For Rent
2220 N. Second St., (one of a
pair) 3-story brick 9 rooms
bath steam heat lot 25x110
ft. Miller Bros. & Neefe, Bell
STORE ROOM FOR RENT Desir
able first floor room, 109 North Second
street, suitable lor optical or millinery
parlors, Insurance office, manicure par
lor or other small business. Immediate
possession. Apply, on premises.
HUSTON'S SUMMER HOME, along
the Conodoguinet creek, one mile from
Hogestown; large house with conveni
ences and pleasant rooms; stable; fine
boating, bathing and fishing. Apply A.
J. Huston, Mechanlcsburg.
.THREE-STORY BRICK, NO. 1334
North Second street 9 rooms and
bath all conveniences. Also second
floor apartment 4 rooms and bath.
Apply H. W. Miller, 2210 North Third
street. Bell phone.
NEW 6-room house, at Edgemont,
one-half mile north of Penbrook. Ront,
$6.00, or sale price, S6OO. Lots are 30x
120, with stable. G. S. Hartman, 38
North Twelfth street. City.
1627 N. SECOND ST., desirable house
lO rooms and bath electric lights
—front and side porches possession
at once—s4s.oo. Mille- Bros. & Neefe,
Bell phone 1696.
CORNER PROPERTY, Jefferson and
Emerald streets, 8 rooms and bath. Call,
or address. Office, Seventh and Wood
bine streets,'or 2298 North Sixth street
Bell phone 2466.
1633 North Third street. 6 rooms and
bath, furnace; 100-102 Short street, 8
rooms and bath; store rooms 110 South
Thirteenth street. Apply 430 Walnut
2222 PENN STREET; stoam heat; 8
rooms and bath; front porch; hardwood
floors; possession April 1. Ront, $22.00.
Inquire Pierce Rettew, 1000 North Third
FRAME house, No. 912 South Nlne
teenth-and-One-Half street, $9.60. J.
E. Gippie, 1251 Market street.
NO. 1734 MARKET STREET, new
brick house with steam heat. Rent, 530.
1251 Market street.
Real Estate Wanted
WANTED —To rent house
between now and April Ist.
Rental not over $25 : 8 or 9 rooms.
Preferably above Peffer street.
Address, Box 808, care of Tele
WANT TO RENT small house of
about 6 rooms and bath, If possible, be
low Hamilton and west of Sixth street,
for family of three. Good location and
moderate rent Address Y„ 809, care of
WANTED TO RENT April 1, house
between Forster street and Market
Square, all conveniences, 9 or 10 rooms
and bath. Address 402 Briggs street
or call Bell phone 3675.
THE Board of Commissioners of Pub
lic Grounds and Buildings will offer at
public sale, In front of State Capitol
Building, at entranco Fourth and Stat"
Streets, Harrisburg, Penna., at 10
o'clock A. M., April 4, 1914, the follow
ing buildings and structures upon the
pVemlses within the boundaries of the
proposed extension to Capitol Park in
Eighth Ward, City of Harrisburg;
South Street, 410, 410 (rear), 608, 609,
613, 616, 519, 621, 604.
Fourth Stroot, 126, 129, 146, 167, 609,
North Alley, 411, 413, 416, 417, 419,
484 486 488
Fifth Street, 607. 609. 510. 611, 512.
Filbert Street 400, 512, 614, 631, 632.
Cranberry Street, 404, 418.
Cowden Street. 602, 604, 511.
Walnut Street. 414, 416, 504, 618.
State Street, 602, 604, 606, 608, 610,
611, 612, 613.
South Alley, 612, 614.
Tanners Street 119.
Short Street, 108.
North Street, 709.
Angle Alley, Stable (rear 604 Wal
The purchaser shall pay to the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, through
the office of the Superintendent of Pub
lic Grounds and Buildings, Harrisburg,
Pennsylvania, by certified checks or
United States currency, the amount at
which the said building or buildings
and structures are awarded to them m
follows: A cash payment of 26 per cent
shall be made on day of sale and the
balance before entering upon the mo >-
erty to remove the material purchased.
In all cases where the premise.-* are
unoccupied, possession will ».. civ. ri
the purchaser Immediately. Whore the
premises are tenanted, possesion wi.i
be given Immediately after the prem
ises are vacated. The Commonwealth
will not be responsible for any damage
to property after possession Is given.
Purchaser shall *t«*° !>t •' th
offer the time required to riBWI
buildings and mate, m." „
given possession by the
which in no case shall be longer than
CO days. AU bulldlrifc refusr fhali be
carted away from the premUcs bv the.
purchaser. All foundation walls must
bfc taken down and removed at l?a«t
three f«#«t below level of street.
The B«itrd of Commissioner; of Pub
lie Grounds and Buildings reserves the j
right to accept ur reject any or <> 11
bids. The work of removal shall be
performed under tile direction of and
to the satisfaction of the Superinten
dent of Public Grounds and Bulldlngt:.
NOTE—The sidewalks and Btreet
pavements are not to be removed by
purchaser of buildings or structures ,
under this schedule.
By order of the Board.
C. P. RODGERS, JR.,
1912 "18" Six-cylinder Packard seven
passenger Touring c,ar, repainted, me
chanical condition very good. Tires
new, fully equipped.
1912 National Touring car, good con
1911 Cadillac Touring car. Excellent
condition, tires new.
1910 "30" Packard Touring car, fair
Studebaker Touring car. Good condi
Inquire Packard Motor Car Co. of
Philadelphia, 107 Market street, Har
TRUNKS, Traveling Bags, Bult Cases.
Gloves. Sole, Harness and Strap
Leather. Calfskin. Kip, Do nolo. Waxed
Upper and Sheeu Skins. Leather Sample
Cases and Leather Specialties made to
order and repaired. Harrisburg Har
ness and Supply Co., Second and Chest
THE following articles will be sold
at Private Rale: 14 single beds, 2 double
beds, 1 folding bed, bedding, 8 bureaus,
diningroom chairs, piano and other
household goods not mentioned. Mrs.
Martha Napier, 123 South Second street.
8. C. W. LEGHORN hens and pullets;
rood breeders. Also hatching eggs of
my pen entered in W. Schell's Egg-
Joying Contest, SI.OO per sotting of 15.
Call at Geo. E. Anderson, 162 West Cur
tin street, Penbrook, Pa.
I GLASS window signs, Furnished
! Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and
Board and Table Bgsrd, at 25c 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
HATCHING EGGS at 6c apiece, from
I winter layers. The kind that lay large,
white eggs. Two-year-old Wyckoff
strain. April, May, June, the months
1 for Leghorns, hend orders early. A.
HALL Combination Lock Safe; inside
measurement about 26x19 Inches; can
bo seen at Rolleck's, 11 North Fourth
street. For price Inquire at Common
wealth Trust Co., Real Estate Depart
ment, 222 Market street.
HATCHING EGGS from vigorous,
heavy-laying, farm-raised White Leg
horns, from the best egg-laying strain
in America, SI.OO per fifteen, $6.00 per
hundred. Max Lauffer, Middletown, Pa.
CIGARS— For a limited time, we are
giving 12 Havana Blended 6c Cigars
I free with each Box of 60 of our Per
fecto Cigars, at $1 per Box, postpaid.
Snell & Co.. Red Lion. Pa.
FOR quick sale at a bargain, 1912
Model "Michigan 40" Touring Car, In
good condition. Full equipment. Must
be sold this week. Addreaa 0.. 793, care
FIRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET, lo
cated on one of the principal streets of
\ the city. Up-to-date fixtures. If ln-
I terested address 800, care of Telegraph.
| INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS outlay all
| others. Gat the heavy-laying white
i egg strain. Eggs, SI.OO for 12; SO.OO
i per 100. Oliver Hoover, Riverside, Pa.
I UP-TO-DATE butcher's refrigerator;
] capacity, two tons of ice; first-class
condition. Jf interested address 801,
I care of Telegraph.
j ONE font of 10 pt. and one font of
12 pt O. S.. with Antique Linotype
Matrices. The Telegraph Printing Co,
, CHEAP—One $45.00 golden oak, 50-
Inch buitet-sideboard, as good as new,
$16.00. Call COIA Peffer street.
AN Uprls-ht Chickerlng Piano, in One
condition. Apply 400 North Front
street. Steelton, Pa.
j FINE show case. Call Singer Sewing
| Machine Co., 13 South Market Square.
ONE fine Holstein stock Bull. In
quire 512 Porter street, City.
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business Office.
STOKE ROOM PUR 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 ho-'ses in the same
square. In center of population. Size
of room 33x100 ft 14-ft. ceiling. Up
to-date in every particular. Rent from
April 1, $126 per month. Including heat
J. S. Slble. 266 Herr street-
FOR RENT Desirable offices In the
Telegraph Building, smgiy or en-sulte.
Inquire ut Business office.
ROOMS FOR ItENT CARDS can be
secured at the \ Telegraph Business
BROWN Friday evening, March 13,
1914, Ruth Anna Brown, wife of J.
Frederick Brown* 345 Kelker street.
Funeral Wednesday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, from the residence.
KUTZ Friday evening, March 13,
1914, at 6 o'clock, Mrs. Elizabeth
T *- at her late residence, 1364 May
■ I services Tuesday morning,
at 9:30, from her late residence. Further
service at Brick Cnuivn,
burial will take place. Relatives and
friends are Invited to attenu with -i
further notice. Body may be viewed
from 6 to 9 Monday evening.
MEIXEL On March 12, 1914, at the
York Hospital, York, Pa., C. Lyman
Relatives and friends are Invited to
attend the funeral services on Satur
day afternoon, at 4 o'clock, at his late
residence. No. 124 E. Washington Lane,
Germantown. Burial private.
SNELL March ' 12, 1914, Aaron
Snell, aged 70 years.
Funeral services Monday afternoon,
at 2 o'clock, at the resilience of his
son, John L Snell, 21 Linden street.
Relatives and friends are invited to at
tend without further notice. Burial
private, Harrisburg Cemetery.
VAN AERNAM On March 12, 1914,
Luella Gamble, widow of C. Willard
Van Aernam, aged 32 years, 3 month
and 4 days.
Funeral on Monday, March 16„ at 2 P.
M., from late residence. tio7 Perter
street. The relatives and friends are
Invited to attend without further no
tice. Burial private, in Harrisburg
Cemetery. Omit flowers.
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.
HI! " !9
" HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
large brick warehouses, built ex
pressly for storage.' Private rooms
for household goods and unexcelled fa
cilities for storing all kinds of mer
chandise. Low storage rates South
St. and Penna. R. R.
STORAGE 4is Broad street for
househpld goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons. 7i> cents
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co., 411
Broad street. Both phones.
Try Telegraph Want Ads.
, IN MARKETS TODAY
Movement Had Its Inception in Professional Operations;
Bonds Were Reported Steady
By Associated Press
New York, March 14. The market
closed steady. Sustained strength was
shown In to-day's half session. The
movement had its inception in profes
sional operations, but there were indi
cations also of u broader Investment
The general market withstood the
pressure on New Haven at the outset
and the Independent strength of many
influential stocks Impressed the shorts,
whose buying forced the list higher.
New Haven made up Its loss, and other
weak features rallied.
The decision of the Federal Court's
ordering dissolution of the bituminous
coal combine weakened all the coalers
toward the close. Now Haven also gold
off again, falling two points. These
declines checked the general rise, but
there was only a slight recession.
Bonds wero steady.
Furnished bj H. W. SIN AV ELY
New York, March 14.
Alaska Gold Mines ... 21%
Amal. Copper 74% 74%
American Beet Sugar 21 21
American Can 29% 29%
American Can pfd.. 93% 93%
Am. C. & F 50% 61
American Cotton Oil 43% 43%
Am. Ice Securities.. 32 31%
Am. Locomotive ... 34% 34%
American Smelting . 68% 69
American Sugar ... 100 100%
American T. &T. .. 122% 122%
Anaconda 85% 85%
Atchison 97 97
Baltimore & Ohio .. 89 88%
Brooklyn R. T 92% 92
California Petroleum 26% 26%
Canadian Pacific ... 205% 205%
Central Leather ... 33% 33%
Chesapeake & Ohio. 53% 62%
C., M. & St. P 99% 99
C'hino Con. Copper . 41% 41%
Col. F. & 1 32 32 \<3
Consolidated Gas .. 133%' 184
Corn Products 11% 11%
Erie 28% 29
Erie Ist pfd 44% 44%
General Electric Co. 147% 148%
Great Northern pfd. 127% 127H
lnterboro-Met. 14% 14%
Interboro-Met. pfd.. 60 60
Lehigh Valley 145% 146
Louis. & Nashville .136% 137
Missouri Pacific ... 24% 24%
Nev. Con. Copper .. 15% 15%
New York Central . 90% 90%
N. Y., N. H. &H. . . 69 68
Norfolk & Western. 103% 103%
Northern Pacific ... 112 112%
Penna. R. R 110% 110%
Pressed Steel Car . 43% 43%
rßay Con. Copper . 21% 21
(Reading 163% 163%
Rep. Iron & Steel pf. 90% 90%
Southern Pacific ...» 94 94 %
Southern Railway . 25 25%
Texas Company ... 148% 148%
Union Pacific 157% 157%
U. S. Rubber 63 ' 62%
U. S. Steel 64% 64%
U. S. Steel pfd 110 110
Utah Copper, 56% 54%
Western Union Tel.. ,63% 63%
Westinghouse Mfsr.. 74% 75%
By Associated Press
Philadelphia. March 14. Wheat —•
Steaily; No. 2, red, export, sl.oo@
1.00%; No. 1, Northern, Dulutli, export,
Corn Steady; new. No. 2, yellow,
natural, local. GWVi@<oc; do., ltlln
dried, local, 71 '.4 @72%c.
Oats Steady; No, 2, white, *6®
Bran Market Arm; winter, per
ton, $email@example.com; spring, per ton,
Retined Sugars Market steady;
powdered. 4.00 c; fine granulated, 3.90 c;
confectioners' A, 3.80 c; Keystone, A,
Butter The market In steady;
western, creamery, extras, 30c; nearby
prints, fancy, 33c.
Eggs The market is yeak;
Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts,
free cases, $9.60 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, $9.30 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $9.60
per case; do., firsts, free cases, $9.30
Live Poultry Steady; fowls, 16®
17c: young chickens, lb@2oc;
broiling chickens, @ 17c; old roost
ers, 12@13c; ducks, 18@20c; spring
ducks. 18®20c; geese. 15®17c; turkeys,
19 ® 20c.
Dressed Poultry Steady; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 18®18%c; do.,
medium sizes, 16@17c; do., light
weights. 12®15c; old roosters,lsc; ro<ttit
Ing chickens, fancy, 19*4 ®2oc: broil
ing chickens, fancy, 30®36c! do., fair,
IS®l»c, capors, large. 23®26c, d 0...
small, 18® 20c; turkeys, fancy, £!®26c;
do., fair, 20®23c; ducks. 11® 18c; geese
Potatoes Weak; New York and
[ Eastern, per bushel, 83@90c; Western,
per bushel, 83® 90c; Jersey, per basket,
I 1 lour —The market Is steady; winter,
clear, $3.85® 4 10; straights. Pern
sylvanla, $firstname.lastname@example.org; western, $4.25®
| 4.40; patents, $4.60®4.»U, Kan.-aa
[straight, jute sacks, $4.20®4.40; erring
firsts, clear. $4.10®4.30: straights, $4.35
@4.60; patents, $4.60®4.75.
Hay The market is firm;, tim
othy. No. 1, large bales, $18.50® 19.00;
No. 1, medium bales, slß.oo® 18.50; No.
2, $16.50® 17.50; No. 3, $email@example.com.
Clover mixed: Light mixed. $17.60®
78.00: No. 1, do., $16.60® 17.00; No. 2. do..
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., March 14. Hogs—Re
ceipts, 10,000; strong. Bulk of sales,
$8.80®8.90: light, $8.65®8.95; mixed,
$8.60®8.92%; heavy, $8.45®8.90; rough,
$8.45®8.60; pigs, $7.10®8.66.
Cattle Receipts, 200; weak. Beeves,
$7.15®9.70; Texas steers. $7.10®8.15;
stockers and feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org; cows
and heifers, $3.70®8.50; calves, $7.00®
Sheep Receipts, 1,000: steady. Na
tive. $1.80®6.30; yearlings, $o.80®7.00;
lambs, native, $email@example.com.
NOTICE TO BIDOKRS
PROPOSALS will be received up to
noon, March 28, 1914, by the Superin
tendent of Public Grounds and Build
ings, State Capitol Building, Harris
burg, Penna., for one (1) flsli car and
one (1) horse, which can be seen at
Bellefonte Pish Hatchery Pleasant
Gap, Center County, Penna.
Proposals must be marked "Proposals
for Pish Car, etc."
The Superintendent of Public
Grounds and Buildings reserves the
rli?ht to accept or reject any or all bids.
SAMUEL B. RAMBO,
Superintendent of Public Grounds and
SEALS A. STENCILS |#V
•. | « MFG.BYHBG.STENCILWORKS ■ if
\ i 130 LOCUST ST. HBG.PA. «
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, Terms, Ktc., up ply
Bellevue Park Sales Office
2nd Floor Miller Bros. & Neefe Building
Bell 'Phone 3551 Locust & Court Sts.
CHICAGO BOARD OP TRAD!
Pnralabri! by H. W. SKAVEtf.
Chicago, 1)1., March 14.
Upon. Hitfll. "ow CIO*.
May 93* 93% 92% #s%
July 88<4 88% 87% 88%
May 67% 67% «?% 87%
July 67% 67% 68% #7%
May 39 % 89% 89% 39%
July 39% 39% 89% 89%
NEW YORK BANK STATEMENT
By Associated Prist
New York, March 14. Ths state
ment of the actual condition of Clear
ing House Hanks and Trust Companies
for the week shows that they hold $28,-
016,300 reserve In excess of legal re
quirements. Tills is an Increase of ss,-
339,800 from last week.
The statement follows:
Loans, 92,079,935,000; decrease, $7,-
Specie, $898,694,000; Increase, $8,108,-
Legal-tenders, $78,058,000; decrease,
Net deposits, $1,966,868,000; lncrMsa.
Circulation, $42,470,000; decrease.
Banks' cash reserve In vault. $404,-
Trust Companies' cash reserve In
Aggregate cash reserve, $471,749,000.
Excess lawful reserve, $23,013,800; in
Trust Companies' reserve with Clear
ing House members carrying 25 pel"
cent, cash reserve, $84,187,000.
Choice Building Lot
65x321 feet, facing Front.
Kelker and Second streete.
High-class residence section.
Best location In city for flret
class apartments—room for for
ty or mora. Terms reasonable.
D. W. COX
322 MARKET STREET,
[ SIOO,OOO I
In amounts of SI,OOO or
more on first mortgage on
good city property, for 6.
10, 15 or 20 years;- repay
able monthly, quarterly, or
annually In Instalments
Debt cancelled and
mortgage satisfied In case
Full Information fur
nished on request.
Miss E. L. SHAVER
l ~ ' 1 "
108 N.. 2nd St., 4th floor. 6
rooms and bath, reception hall,
steam heat, gas and electric
light, hard wood floors, vacuum
cleaner; storage room in base
ment. Apply to
H. M. Bird
Union Trust Bldg.
2029 Green St., S-ntory brick.
1805 Green St., 3-story brlk.
262 Delaware Ave., 2-story brick.
441 S. 16th St., S-story frame.
1520 Berryhlll St., 3-story brick.
3009 Main St., Penbrook. 8-story
Plots of Ground
sth and Emerald Sts., ft
4th St., and Glger Ave., 125x92 ft.
40—93—and 100 ACRES EACH.
The above can be purchased at a
bargain if sold quickly.
H. M. BIRD
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