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LOST Scotch Collie, 1 year old. lost
or strayed from 58 North Thirteenth
street. Bernard Schmidt name on col
lar. Reward If returned to above ad
LOST—Delta Phi fraternity pin, with
name on back, Saturday afternoon or
evening. Heward if returned to Tele
LOST Masonic charm, initials J. J.
H. on back. Reward if returned to 2204
North Third street.
FOUND Purse. Owner can have
same by proving P r °P^ rt y, Pay'ng
for this ud. Call SIT South Front
Help Wanted —Male
BLACKSMITH, first-class, wanted.
Addlv K. N. Cooper & Co., Short and
BOY to work In Jewelry store. Ad
dress A., 813, care of Telegraph.
KLDKKLY man to help with garden,
etc.: small wages, but good homo as
sured. Address W. H. V.. P. O. Box 724,
MEN 20 to 40 years old wanted at
once for Electric Hallway Motormen
and Conductors; S6O to SIOO a month;
no experience necessary; fine opportu
nity; no strike; write immediately for
application blank. Address Box 820,
care of Telegraph.
MEN 20 to 40 years old wanted at
once for Electric Railway Motormen
and Conductors; S6O to SIOO a month;
no experience necessary; line opport
nlty; no strike; write immediately for
application blank. Address It., "14, care
PAPERHANGERS and decorators
wanted at once. None but experienced
mechanics need apply. Permanent em
ployment to the right men. H. A. Bod
mer, 813 North Third street.
SECOND HAND BAKER to bake
bread and cakes. Apply New umber
alnd Steam Bakery, New Cumberland,
YOUNG man, about 18 years of age,
to learn the undertaking business. Must
have good character and fair education.
Answer in own liand, giving full P& r ~
ticulurs of yourself. .Enclose stamp for
reply. Address Opportunity, care of
YOUNG men to learn driving and re
pairing. Oldest school. Low rat? 8 -
Classes limited. Positions. Write
Academy Automobllo Engineers, Ge
neva, N. Y.
AT ONCE two experienced
glove and corset saleswomen.
Must understand fitting perfectly;
also three experienced sales
women for fancy goods. Apply
to Mr. Greene, Ist floor, Astrich's.
BOWMAN & COMPANY require the
services of experienced salesladies for
their Cloak and Suit Department Only
experienced, capable salesladies need
apply. We have several positions for
those who can qualify. Excellent op
portunity for advancement.
BRIGHT girls for markers and as
sorters. Apply Troy Launury, 1520-26
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 25c for full size sample.
G. & G. Distributors, 35 Church street,
FIFTY experienced operatprs for
sewing on power machines; paid while
learning. Apply S. Silver. Forster and
FORK LADY for shirt factory. Must
liave reference. Address Box 811, care
LEARN DRESSMAKING In one of tho
best dressmaking schools in America.
Make your own dresses while learning.
Night and Day classes. Work's Dress
making School, 22 North Fourth street.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS,
nlso learners, to make aprons, etc.
Harrisburg Apparel Co., over City Star
Laundry, State street, rear entrance.
STENOGRAPHER Must be accu
rate rather than speedy. Salary, $6 to
start. Address 8., 823, care of Tele
WANTED —2O girls. Apply
WHITE girl for general housework;
no washing; good wages. Apply 2139
North Sixth street.
$2.50 PER DAY paid one lady In each
town to distribute free circulars for
concentrated flavoring in tubes; per
manent position. F. E. Barr Co., Chi
CHAUFFEUR wants position; good
recommendation. Apply 104 Forster
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 MIDDLE-AGED woman wishes a J
position mending linens in private fam
ily or hotel; can furnish references; I
will assist in sewing. Address R., 827, !
care of Telegraph.
A RESPECTABLE woman would like I
to have day's work or bundle washing I
to do at home. Address, or apply, 232 j
AN experienced dressmaker desires
sewing by the day or week. Children's
clothes a specialty. Address Seamstress,
care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT 1
1908 Greenwood St., 3 s. f.. 8 r., *ll j
2154 N. 7th St., 3 s. b„ 8 r. b„ . . sl3
2162 N. 7th SU 3s. b., Br. b., .. sl3
638 Peffer St., 3 s. b„ 8 r. & b., sls
627 Brigga, 3 8. f., 8 r sl#
1820 Derry St.. 2 s. f., 6 r. b sio
326 Strawberry Ave., 3 a. b., 8 r., S2O
1409 N 6th St., 9 r. & b S3O
1527 N. Second St.. 3 s b.. 10 r. b. &
front porch, aide entrance, ~.. $45
128 Walnut St., Housekeeping apart
ments —second floor—3 rooms and
bath —city steam heat.
The Donaldson—(No housekeeping)
•—Second, near Locust St., very
desirable single rooms and suites
of two. three and four rooms.
FIIOM APRIL 1
409 Market St., room on 3d floor. $lO
1104 S. Cameron St., a, b $lB
1623 Market St.. 3 s. b., 8 r. b., $27.00
314 S. 17th St, third floor apart
2014 N. 3d St., 3 s. b., 9 r. & b., SBO
1024 S. 18th St., 2% s. b., 8 r. . . $35
412 Market St., 2 office rooms on 2d
floor, (front and middle) S4O
2220 N. 2d St., 3 s. b .*....540
323 Broad St., 3-« tory brick and j
basement 21x125 ft •<..«
325 Market St., 26x160—Apply. 1
Mldilletonrn store room on Union
"treet jag j
United States Hotel
Entire or by floors—seventy. I
Miller Bros. & Neefe !
Locust aU Court Streets
' ■■ t\
Situations Wanted —Female
BY a colored woman, three or four
days' ironing at home, or out, by tho
day. Call, or write, 1426 New Fourth
street. Ruchel Dolman.
COLORED girl desires position at
general housework. Call, or address,
1228 Sbruce avenue.
POSITION by young colored woman
as chambermaid or nurse; can give
best of reference. Call, or address, 632
YOUNG colored woman desires gen
eral housework of any kind. Address
G., 818, care of Telegraph.
YOUNG woman wishes position as
housekeeper for young widower; no ob
jections to one or two children. Ad
dress 8., SI 5. care of Telegraph.
AGENTS Men and women Get
particulars of one of tho best-paying
propositions ever offered. No previous
experience required. $2.60 a day.
Write, or call, evenings. M. V. Cover,
Second and Commerce streets. High
Rooms For Rent
TWO communicating front rooms on
second floor; use of bath; electric and
gas; small, prlvato family; morning
nnd evening meals if desired. Apply 613
North Fifteenth street.
UNFURNISHED, one or two rooms
on first floor, one on second floor next
to bath, and use of kitchen. Largo
brick on Allison Hill. Address X., 814,
care of Telegraph.
SECOND FLOOR, furnished, front
suite, consisting of large livlngroom,
bedroom and private bathroom, modern
In every way. Reference required. 218
HANDSOMELY furnished front room
with private family; modern conveni
ences; no children; phono service; ref
erence required. Apply 110 State
Four rooms in rear of store at 341
Muench street; range in kitchen; all
conveniences; cellar and yßrd. Rent,
$12.00. Inquire at 346 Muench street.
NICELY furnished room for gentle
man in private family; all conveni
ences. Apply Fifth and Market streets,
Hoffman Apartments, third floe. 1 .
FOOMS, furnished or unfurnished,
single or en suite. Modern conveni
ences. Ten minutes' walk to Square.
Apply 721 North Sixth street.
TWO furnished rooms on first floor;
all conveniences; use of phone; mod
erate prices. Apply 1636 Swatara
THREE unfurnished rooms, sultaole
for light housekeeping; bathroom priv
illges. Apply 1405 North Sixth 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 South 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.
CENTRALLY LOCATED ROOMS by
j'oung, married couple. State price.
References exchanged. Address K.,
819, care of Telegraph.
Apartments For Rent
THIRD floor apartment, 6 rooms and
bath; steam heat and electric lights;
large, light rooms. One block from
Capitol. Address P. O. Box, 336, City.
SMALL APARTMENT, or part of
house, by man and wife, on Sixth street,
or west of Sixth north of Peffer; refer
ence exchanged. Address X., 812, care
THREE OR FOUR unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping; family of
two. Address F., 826, care ot Telegraph.
ANY Intelligent person can earn good
income correspond.ug for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Presa Syndicate. 798. Lock
port, N. Y.
1 MADE $50,000 in five years in the
mail order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells bow. Hea
cock, 355 Lockporu N. Y.
H. W. LA'l'lii;, UourtUng stable and
Kntlonui Trimmer Co. Movers of
pianos, sales, boilers and general haul
ing. H. W. Lauie, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. jaen phone iso.
FOR falling nalr try Gross' Quinine
Hai/ Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
street. Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell.
H. 11. PEFFEIt,
LOCAL EXPRESS and Delivery. P anu
and Furniture moving a specialty. Stor
age of household goods and furniture
packing. Bell phone lbslj. 1119 Mont
I WILL paint any old roof. Guaran
tee a watertight job. All colors. Postal
brings me. Maxwell H. Hlte, The Roof
Paint Man, Box 328, Harrisburg, Pa.
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 houso
parties as low as $2.50. 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
South Second street, 5,000 sets new sash
Bxlo, 12 light, primed and glazed, at
$1.16 per set.
Real Estate For Sale
NEW BRICK HOUSE, with 10 rooms
steam heat, combination lights, hard
wood floors, front and side porches
size of lot. 19 V 4 ft. by 95 ft., situate
southeast corner Nineteenth and Park
streets. An ideal location. Special
price to a quick buyer.
J. E. GIPPLE,
1251 Market Street.
You should see the Speece Farm now—
somebody is going to buy it—one who can see
a real live opportunity will be the man
12 miles l'rom llurrisburg—24 minutes by Northern Central Hail
way—passenger and freight station on the farrii—(Speeeeville Station).
200 acres—ls!) acres cultivated; 16 acres in apple orchard; 25
It-room frame house—large frame bank barn and the outbuildings
you would expect on a large farm. House and barn are supplied with
water by gravity.
MILLER BROS. & NEEFE
Lucuat and Court Streets Harriabtut
Real Estate For Sale
1827 NORTH THIRD STREET 3-
story briclt dwelling 9 rooms and
bath steam heat front porch
cemented cellar nearly new lot.
20x117 possession given on short
notice. Brinton-Packer Co., Second and
NO. 910 SIXTH STREET, 3-storjr cor
ner brick house. 11 rooms and bath;
other conveniences; paved street 011
three sides; price greatly reduced: large
portion may remain at 6 per cent. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
LOOK at that desirable brick house.
No. 105 Chestnut street first prop
erty from Front street— three open
sides this property can be bought
right. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build
COTTAGE on the Susquehanna for
sale plot, 76x285 within 200 yards
of station frequent trains to Har
risburg. Price, completely furnished,
11,660. Bell Realty Co.. Bergner Build
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.
$1,300 WILL BUY a frame house on
Berryhlll street lot, 18&X100. 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. Gipple, 1251 Market street.
IX)OIv 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.,
I WILL sacrifice my three-story
brick dwelling, 426 South Seventeenth
street. Very little cash necessary. Pos
session April 1. C. O. Backenstoss,
36 AND 38 NORTH TENTH STREET
—7 rooms and bath lot, 32x72. Brin
ton-Packer Co., Second and Walnut
1639 NORTH SIXTH STREET 3-
story brick dwelling lO rooms and
bath cemented cellar furnace
cemented alley in rear. Apply above
HOUSES FOR SALE IN ENOLA
NOS. 146-147-149 COLUMBIA ROAD.
Most desirable location. Liberal terms.
Inquire C. D. Bowman, Owner, 227 Ma
clay street. 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.
Real Estate For Rent
1609 North Second St., 3-story
brick, all modern improvements.
Desirable location. Possession
April Ist. Inquire of C. L. Long,
Green and Woodbine streets.
APARTENT, *231 N. Second
St., second floor, 7 large rooms
and bath. Ample storage and
closet rooms, steam heat. Inquire
217 North Second Street.
POSSESSION April 1, a small house
for a small family, on Maine street,
Camp Hill; rental, sl2. Also an 8-
room house, with all improvements, for
sale or rent on Camp Hill Heights. Call
Bell phone 3048 L
HUSTON'S SUMMER HOME, along
the Conodogulnet creek, one mile from
Hogestown; largo house with conveni
ences and pleasant rooms; stable; fine
boating, bathing and fishing. Apply A.
J. Huston, Mechanicsburg.
2220 NORTH SECOND STREET—2V4-r
story brick house, one of a pair
rooms bath pantry and steam
heat modern throughout. Miller
Bros. & Neefe, Locust and Court streets.
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, 88
North Twelfth street, City.
THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING,
with porch and lawn front, all conveni
ences, house in good repair. Rent,
$21.00. Possession April 1. Apply 346
1527 NORTH SECOND STREET -3-
story brick front porch side en
trance lO rooms bath and furnace.
Miller Bros & Neefe, Locust and Court
1533 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
HOUSE containing 8 rooms and bath,
on Hill; all tho latest Improvements,
including steam heat, porches, etc. Fine
location. Address C., 821, care of Tele
NO. 1734 MARKET STREET, new
brick house with steam heat. Rent, S3O.
1251 Market street.
Real Estate For Sale or Rent
183 ACRES 46 perches farm land, 36
acres mountain land, known as the
"Squire Millor Farm" in West Hanover
Township, Dauphin County, on the
Manada Gap Road, about 4 miles from
Linglestown. Apply Commonwealtn
Trust Co., Real Estate Department, 222
Market street, Harrisburg.
Real Estate Wanted
WANTED —To rent house
between now and April Ist.
Rental not over $25; Bor 9 rooms.
Preferably above Peffer street.
Address, Box 808, care of Tele
I DESIRE to rent, April 1, three
story house, with all conveniences,
north side of Hill between Fifteenth
and Reservoir Park. Rent about $25.
Address P. O. Box 622. Bell phone 3680.
1»12 "48" Six-cylinder Packard seven
passenger Touring car, repainted, me
chanical condition very good. Tires
new, fully equipped.
1912 National Touring car, good con
1911 Cadillac Touring car. Excellent
condition, tires new.
1810 "30" Packard Touring car, fair
Studebaker Touring car. Good condi
Inquire Packard Motor Car Co. of
Philadelphia, 107 Market street, Har
PASTRY BAKING outfit, with elec
tric mixer; soda fountain, 12-ft. white
marble counter; three 6-ft. counter
cases: one cash register; 20 mission Ice
cream tables with chairs; seven electric
chandeliers: 25 5 und 10-gullon ice
cream tubs. Sold in bulk or separately.
Bargain to quick buyer. Address P. 0.
Box 159, Harrisburg.
TRUNKS, Traveling Bugs, Suit Cases.
Gloves. Sole, Larncss and Strap
Leather. Calfskin, Kip, Do -.gola. Waxed
Upper and Sheep Skln.i. Leather Sample
Cases and Leatner Specialties made to
order and repaired. Harrißburg Har
ness and Supply Co.. Second and Chest
! PRIVATE SALE
i THE following articles will be sold
I at Private Sale: 14 single beds. 2 double
beds, 1 folding bed, bedding, 8 bureaus,
diningroom chairs, piano und othei
household goods not mentioned. Mrs.
Martha Napier, 123 South Second street.
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms. Rooms and
Board and Table Board, at 25c each.
One of these signs will be given with
each six-time order for a classified ad
If paid in advance, inquire at Office of
MOTORCYCLE 1913 Harley-Da
vldson twin cylinder, 8-H.-P., fully
equipped, run less than 3,000 miles,
practically good as new. Cost |337.51>.
Sell, $235.00. Rare bargain. E. L.
Campbell, Irving College, • Mechanlcs
HATCHING EGOS at 6c apiece, from
I winter layers. The kind that lay large,
white eggs. Two-year-old Wyckoff
strain. April, May, June, the months
for Leghorns. Bend orders early. A.
HALL Combination Lock Safe; Inside
measurement about 26x19 Inches; can
be seen at Polleck's, 11 North Fourth
street. For price inquire at Common
wealth Trust Co., Real Estate Depart
ment, 222 Market street-
PUBLIC SALE at 314 Chestnut
street, Wednesday, November 25, 10 A.
M„ first-class furniture, tables, side
board, dressers, chairs and other ar
ticles too numerous to mention. A.
— * .
RESTAURANT QUICK BUYER
GETS BARGAIN Well-paying, day
and night stand, near Market Square.
Low rent. Will bear strictest investi
gation. Address Box C, 826, care of
HATCHING EGGS from vigorous,
heavy-laying, farm-raised White Leg
horns, from the best egg-laying strain
In America, SI.OO per fifteen, $5.00 per
hundred. Max Lauffer, Middletown, Pa.
CIGARS— For a limited time, we are
giving 12 Havana Blended 6c Cigars
tree with each Box of 50 of our Per
fecto Cigars, at $1 per Box, postpaid.
Snell & Co., Red Lion, Pa.
CONTENTS of Picture Theater,
eluding 250 theater chairs, piano, elec
tric fans, scenery, asbestos booth. In
quire Mrs. E. E. Steele, 39 East Main
street, Mechanlcsburg, Pa.
FOR quick sale at a bargain, 1912
Model "Michigan 40" Touring Car, in
food condition. Full equipment. Must
e sold this week. Address 0., 793, care
SEND 25c for a pack of nice, assorted
Silk Quilt Patches. Thousands have
been pleased. Valley Supply Co., Dept.
42, Shiremanstown, Pa.
ONE font of 10 pt. and one font of
12 pt. O. 8., with Antique Linotype
Matt ices. The Telegraph Printing Co,
FINE lot of Plymouth Rocks, Leg
horns and Wyandots, bonecutter, incu
bator and hot-air brooder. 2448 North
i MALE bulldog puppie, three months
j old; must sell on account no place to
keep him. Address 1745, North Sixth
COAL RANGE in fine condition; an
excellent baker; will sell reasonable.
Apply 235 North Fifteenth street.
FOUR-YEAR-OLD SORREL HORSE
—well built—weighing 1,200 lbs. and
sound. Apply 418 Calder street.
ONE Buffalo metal incubator and one
Black Orpington cock. Apply 40 North
Thirteenth street, Harrisburg.
ONE fine Hoistein stock Bull. In
quire 512 Peffer street, City.
FOR SALE cXRDS oil Bale at the
Telegraph Business Office,
STORE ROOM FOR RENT on the
corner of Third and Cumberland
streets. No. 1200. Show windows slue
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. celling. Up
to-date in every particular. Rent from
April 1, $125 per month, including heat
J. S. Sible. 256 Herr .street.
FOR RENT - Desirable offices In the
Telegraph Building, singly or en-sulte.
Inquire u< Business office.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
secured at the Telegraph Business
ROOM for one automobile in a new,
private, fire-proof garage, rear 1419-
19 y, Reglna street. Rent, $5.00. Apply
Hoffman & Chestnut street.
BROWN Friday evening. March 13,
1914, Ruth Anna Brown, wife of J.
Frederick Brown, 345 Kellier street.
Funeral Wednesday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, from the residence.
HORSTICK Mrs. Elizabeth Horstick,
wife of the late John E. Horstick,
died at her home, at Paxtang. this
morning, at 8:10, aged 81 years.
Funeral services Friday afternoon,
at 1 o'clock, from lier late home. The
Rev. Dr. Kremer and Dr. Relter will
officiate. Burial private in Shoop
WALTERS Monday. March 16, 1914,
at 6 A. M., Catherine Ann Sleg,
widow of Jacob Walters, In her 85th
Funeral on Wednesday afternoon,
March 18, at 3 o'clock, from the resi
dence of her son-in-law, J. Horace Me-
Farland, 2101 Bellevue Road. Relatives
and friends are invited to attend with
out further notice. Burial private.
Money to Loan
PROFIT-SHARING I.OAN 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 " oums
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: 419 Broad street, for
household goods and Pri
vate rooms, »X to |3. Wag<Jfis, 75 cents
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co., 411
Al PITOR'S 3VOTICI3 ~
IN tlio matter of "The second ac
count of s«rlamlr. L. Forster, adminis
trator, di bon.s non cum testamento
annexo. of tho Estate of General John
Forster, late of the City of Harrlsburg,
The undersigned auditor appointed
by the Orphans' Court of Dauphin
County. Pa., "to make distribution of
the balance in the hands of the ac
countant to and among those entitled
thereto," will sit for the duties of hi*
appointment on Monday, the thirtieth
day of Marclj, 1914, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
in the Dauphin County Law Library, in
the Court House, in the City of Har
rtoborg, P»., when and where *u per- 1
ON HEJIOIN6 no
Government Official Here to Learn 1
Physical Conditions; a
Busy Week Ahead
Inquiries Into the physical condition j
of the Philadelphia and Reading sys
tem by the Interstate Commerce Com
mission began yesterday, when Chief
Engineer William Hunter and other
Heading officials made a trip over sev
eral of the smaller branches with
Charles Hansol, the Government rep
The Harrlsburg Division was covered
this morning, and this afternoon the of
ficials visited points on the Schuylkill
and Susquehanna Branch, Tamaqua and
On Wednesday they will go over a
I portion of tiie Shumokin Division, in
cluding the Herndon Branch. On Thurs
day the special will pass over the East
Penn, C. & P. and Perkiomen Railroud,
Pickering Valley and Colebrook
branches. On Friday the W. & N. will
be looked over and Saturday the Ches
ter Valley, Stony Creek and Northeast
Penn branches will be gono over. The
New York Division was inspected last
Trainmen to Conduct Funeral.—The
funeral of the late preference freight
conductor, J. H. Farling, who died
suddenly at Morrisville, N. J., Sunday,
will take place Wednesday afternoon
at 2 o'clock and will be in charge of
Harrisburg Lodge, No. 382, Brother
hood of Railroad Trainmen. Other
brotherhoods have been invited to at
tend. Railroad men have been re
quested to meet at the lodge room,
Verbeke street, at 1 o'clock. Burial
will be made in the Paxtang Ceme
Annual Banquet ami Dance.—An
nouncement was made last night by
Engineer John Herbein, of Ephraim
McCleary Lodge, No. 705, B: of L. E.,
and chairman of the committee of ar
rangements for the annual dance and
banquet, Thursday night at the ar
mory that 100 engineers from Read
ing will attend. •
At the Enola I*. It. R. Y. M. C. A.
—The third of a series of entertain
ments will be held Thursday night,
and will be attended by many Harris
burgers. The program will include a
concert by the Enola P. R. R. V. M.
C. A. band, under the direction of
James R. Wheelock; singing by the
Rutherford P. and R. Y. M. C. A. Glee
Club and recitations and readings. On
Friday night the Rev. George B. Ren
shaw who has had extensive experi
ences in Rescue Mission work in New
York City will give an interesting lec
ture, showing various phases and re
sults of the work.
Standing of the Crews
Philadelphia Division—l 13 crew first
to go after 12:01 p. m.: 117, 112, 125,
Engineer for 125.
Firemen for 125, 124.
Conductors for il7, 125.
Engineers up: McGuire, Downs. Hog
entogler, Baldwin, Bair, Grass, Al
bright, Happersett, Sober, Hubler, Bls
singer, , Ford, Gable, McGowan, Weri
rick, Lefever, Walker, May, Spease,
Brooke, Treeni, Brubaker.
Firemen up: Killian, Bretninger,
Lehman, Cook, Skeleton, Roberts, Det
tling, Enterline, Eckrich.
Conductors up: Fesler, Fraelicli.
Flagmen up. M. M. Harvey.
Brakemen up: Moore, Huston, Ran
ker, Watts, Bllbert, Bowers, Carroll, C.
H. Collins, Miller. Hivner, Smith. Wi
land, Hubbard, Knupp, Feig, Wynn,
Brown. Bogner, Balto/.er, Hill.
Middle Division —232 crew llrst to go
after 1:50 p. m.
Marysvlllo: 10, 3, 0, 4.
Conductor for 10.
Flagman for 3.
Engineers up: Smith, Howard, Ha
Firemen up: Snyder, Peters, Reeder,
Kohr, Belsef, Rupp, J. D. Hoffman,
Hunter, Sliolley, Murray, Grubb, Gun
derman, Kepner, Shettel, Forsythe,
Stemler, M. W. Z. Hoffman, Rapp,
Conductors up: Fralick. Wieand.
Brakemen up: Fleck, Scherrick, R. C.
Myers. Kistler, Walmer, Schmidt,
Schoffstall, Shearer, Eley, Klick, Foltz,
Yard l'wv»— To go after 4 p. in.:
Engineers for 306, 707, 1368.
Firemen for 707, 1758, 1556.
Engineers up: Landls, Hoyler, Beck,
Harter, Biever, Blosser, Mallaby, Ilodg
ers, J. R. Snyder, Loy, Stahl, Swab,
Crist, Harvey, Saltzman, Kuhn, Shaver.
Firemen up: Klerner, Crawford,
'Weigle, Lackey, Maeyer, Sholter, Snell,
. Bartolet, Getty, Hart, Sheets, Bair,
I Eyde, Keever, Knupp, Haller, Ford.
Philadelphia Division —247 crew first
to go after 12:15 p. m.: 214, 212, 201.
Engineer for 247.
Flagman for 212.
Brakemen for 218, 235, 235.
Brakemen up: May, Stehman, Kone,
Middle Division— 23(s crew first to go
after 1:30 p. in.: 226, 216, 225, 230, 241.
246, 221, 223, 239, 235, 233.
IlarrlMbnrK Division —22 crew first to
go after 6 a. m.: 24, 6, 17, 21, 4, 15, 23,
East-bound, after 11:30 a. m.; 68 71
69, 64, 61, 63.
Conductor up: Kline.
Engineers up: Pletz, Wireinan, Wood.
Firemen up: Kelly, Dowhower,
Chronister, Sellers, Zukoswkl, Boyer
: . Brakemen up: Hoover, Mumma, Page
Sliearer, Heilman, Creager, Resch,
I Strawhecker, Powley, Palm.
* MBS. SWART/. IN TOWN
Ms. E. M. Swartz, a former proba
tion officer of the city, who is spend
ing the winter with her son, Robert
Swartz, at Royersford, Pa., is spending
several days among relatives old
sons interested in the said distribution
are requested to attend.
FREDERICK L KOENIG, of the City
of Harrisburg. will, on March 25, 1914.
apply to the Secretary of tile Common
wealth to have registered the follow
ing trade-mark which he claims the ex-
I elusive right to use on bottles, cast a
i and boxes: The words "FRED'K L.
KOENIG. HARRISBURG," in the form
of a circle with a monogram composed
of the letters "F. L. K." In the center
with the first five letters of the word
"registered" to the left of the mono
gram and last five letters of the word
"registered" to the right of the mono
OWING to necessary repairs tile
BRIDGE over the PENNSYLVANIA
RAILROAD at MACLAY STREET will j
bo closed to both vehicles and pedestrl- I
ans on Monday morning, March 23, and
remain so for the balance of the week.
W. H. LYNCH,
MERCANTILE ACCOUNTS of aU
kinds collected anywhere. Prompt ser
vice and quick reports. Address Bond
Mercantile Agency, Dept. B, Hill Sta
tion, Harrisburg, Pa. Phone 1188 J.
MARCH 17, 1914.
Buying Promoted by Reports of Pending Favorable De
velopments in Me xican Situation
By Associated Press
New York, March 17. The cumula- 1
tlvo effect of persistent buying on re
cent recessions was apparent in the
stock market to-day. Failure to un
settle the list by concerted pressure on
New Haven and Kansas and Texas is
sues revealed the strong technical posi
tion of the market und gave an oppor
tunity for a squeeze of the shorts. After
a listless beginning, the market gradu
ally gathered strength, becoming more
active on the upturn.
Buying was promoted by reports of
pending favorable developments in the
Mexican situation, which, while they
apparently had no authentic origin, in
fluenced trading widely. Reports of
business expansion in various lines
stipulated the inquiry for the indus
trials, and thefe was a good absorption
of many railroad shares with high in
Bonds were Irregular.
Furnished by H. XV. SKAVKLY
New York, March 17.
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines . 22 22
Amal. Copper 74% 73
American Can 29% 30%
Am. C. & F 51% 51%
American Cotton Oil 44 43
Am. Ice Securities . . 31% 31%
Am. Locomotive ... 35 35%
American Smelting . 68% Oil
American Sugar ... 100% 101%
American T. & T.. .. 12 3 123%
Anaconda 35 % 35%
Atchison 97 97%
Baltimore & Ohio .. 88% 89%
Bethlehem Steel .. . 14% 44%
Bethlehem Steel pfd 85% 85%
Brooklyn R. T 92 92%
California Petroleum 97 97
Canadian Pacific .. . 205% 206%
Central Leather ... 33 34 %
Chesapeake & Ohio. 53 53%
C.. M. & St. P 99 99
Chino Con. Copper . 41% 40%
Col. F. & 1 32% 33%
Corn Products 11% 11%
/Distilling Securities . 18% 18%
Erie 28% 29
Erie Ist pfd 44% 44%
Goodrich, B. F. pfd. 89% 89%
Great Northern pfd. 124% 123%
Great Nor. Ore subs. 36% 37%
Illinois General .... 109% 109%
lnterboro-Met 15 14%
Interboro-Met. pfd.. 60 00
Mex. Petroleum 68% 68%
Mo., Kan. & Texas . 16% 17
Missouri Pacific ... 24% 24%
Nev. Con. Copper .. 15 % 15%
N. Y„ N. H. &H. .. 67% 69%
Northern Pacific ... 112 112%
Penna. R. R 110% 110%
Pressed Steel Car . 43% 43%
Ray Con. Copper .. 21 21%
Reading 16 5% 165
Rep. Iron & Steel .. 25% 26%
Rep. Iron &S. pfd.. 88% 88%
Rock Island 4 % 4 %
Rock Island pfd ... 7 • 7
Southern Pacific 94% 94%
Southern Railway .. 25% 25%
Southern Ry. pfd .. 82 83%
Tennessee Copper .. 34% 38
Texas Company ... 148% 149
Union Pacific 158 158%
U. S. Rubber G9 69%
U. S. Steel 68% 66%
U. S. Steel pfd .... 110 109%
Va. Car. Chem .... 32% 33%
Western Union Tel.. 63% 63%
Philadelphia, March 17. Wheat
Steady; No. 2, red, export, sl.oo@
1.00%; No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export,
Corn Firm; new, No. 2, yellow,
natural, local, 70% ©7lc; do., kiln dried,
Oats ■ — Steady; No. 2, white, 46®
Bran Market firm; winter, per
ton, $29.50 @30.00; spring, per ton,
Refined Sugars Market lower;
powdered, 3.9003.95 c; line granulated,
3.8003.85 c; confectioners' A, 3.70©3.75 c;
Keystone A, 3.5503.60 c.
Butter Market is again lower;
western, creamery, extras, 27c; nearby
prints, fancy, 30c.
Eggs The market is lower;
Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts,
free cases, $6.60 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, $6.30 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $6.60
per case; do., firsts, free cases, $6.30
Live Poultry Steady; fowls, 170
18c; young chickens, 15® 20c;
broiling chickens, 16 (ft) 17c; old roost
ers, 12®13c; ducks, 18020 c; spring
ducks. 18020 c; geese, 16017 c; turkeys,
Dressed Poultry Steady; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 18018% c; do.,
medium sizes, 16@17c; do., light
weights. I2fri/16e: old roosters.l6c; roast
ing chickens, fancy, 18020 c; broil
ing chickens, fancy, 24035 c; do., fair,
uapors, targe, 23<b>2i>c, Uu.„
small, 18020 c; turkeys, fancy, 21®2«c;
? 0., fair, 20@23c; ducks. 11© 18c; geese.
Potatoes Weak; New York and
Eastern, per bushel, 75083 c; Western,
per bushel, 75083 c; Jersey, per basket,
20 0 50c.
Flour—The market Is steady; winter,
clear, $3.85(0)4.10; straights. Penn
sylvania, $4.1504.30; western, $4.26©
4.40: patents, $4.5004.90; Kansas
straight. Jute sacks, $4,200)4.40; erring,
firsts, clear, $4.10®4.30; straights, $4.35
@4.50; patents, $4.6004.75.
Hay The market is firm; tim
othy, No. 1, large bales, $18.50(0)19.00;
No. 1, medium bales, slß.oo® 18.60; No.
2, $16.50017.50; No. 8, $14.00016.00.
Clover mixed: Light mixed, $17,500
18.00; No. 1, do., $16.00 017.00; No. 2, do..
By Associated Press
Chicago, 11., March 17. Hogs—Re
ceipts, 18,000; slow. Bulk of sales,
$8.7008.80; light, $8.6008.86; mixed.
sß.sofa 8.85; heavy, $8.40® 8.82%; rough,
$8.4008.50; pigs, $7.2608.70.
Cattle Receipts, 3,000; weak.
Beeves. $7.1009.50; Texas steers, $7.16
®8.16; stockers and feeders, $email@example.com;
cows and heifers, $3.7508.50; calves,
' Sheep Receipts, 26.000; slow. Na
tive, $4.7006.20; yearlings, $5.7006.90;
lambs, native, $6.7007.66.
GI'ESTS OF MISS SPROUT
Miss Grace M. Sprout, daughter of
Alderman George B. Sprout, 928 South
Twentieth-and-a-half street, enter
tained a few friends last evening with
inusic and dancing. Warren Budman
eave much pleasure W his piano num
bers. Supper was served late In the
».'y SEALS A STENCILS
i** MfG.BYHBG STENCILWORKS & B, t
130 LOCUSTS! HBG.PA. I*
THIO Harrlsuurg Polyclinic Dispen
saiy will be open daily excopt Sundas
at 3 P. M. at Its new location, 1701
North Second street, for the free treat
inent of the worthy poor
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE
and others upon their own names.
Cheap rates, easy payments, confidsn
Adams A Co., li. 304, 8 N. Market Sq.
One of the best located
grocery stores in the city
good opportunity for the
right man financial re
quirements about $4,000.
BELL REALTY CO.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRAOR
rwralahrd by H. W. SNAVKL",
Chicago, 111., March 17.
Open. tligli. i_,ow Cloe.
May 93 % 93' i 92% 98
July 88 % 88% 8841 88%
May ... 68% 08 69% 68
July 67 % 07% 67 % 67%
May :!9% 39% 39%
July 39% 39% 39% 39%
2029 Green St., 3-story brick.
1805 Green St.. 3-story brik.
202 Delaware Ave., 2-story brick.
441 S. 16th St., 3-story frame.
1520 Berryhlll St., 3-story brick.
3009 Main St., Penbrook, 3-story
Plots of Ground
6th and Emerald Sts.. 38%x127 ft.
4th St.. and Glger Ave., 125x92 ft.
40—93—and 100 AGUE'S EACH.
The above can bo purchased at a
bargain if sold quickly.
H. M. BIRD
I'JVION TRUST BLDU.
L _ ___
Choice Building Lot
65x321 feet, facing Front,
Kelker and Second streets.
High-class residenoe section.
Best locution In city for first
class apartments—room for for
| ty or more. Terms reasonable.
D. W. COX
»22 MARKET STREET.
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
to loan in amounts of $5 to
S2OO to honest working peo
ple without bank credit at
cheaper rates than the law of M
Comparison of our rates,
terms and methods of doing
• business with other loan of
fices will convince the most
skeptical borrower that thV
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
Two-story brick dwelling, 1118
N. ..4th St. with six large rooma
und bath. A corner house, on
paved street with open country
on three sides. Has front and
back stairs, three bay window*
electric fixtures, cellar heater,
wide porch, more closets than
rooms, and used only one year.
Right tenant can rent for S2O.
C. H. ORCUTT
2«7 CUMBERLAND ST.
Horses For Sa'e
All in ftrat-class condition. We
have more thun we need for tbe
United Ice & Coal Co.,
Forster uid Cowden St*.
108 N>. 2nd St., 4th floor, 0
rooms und bath, reception hall,
steam heat, gas and electric
light, hard wood floors vacuum
cleaner; storage room in baae
inent. Apply to
Union Trust Bldg.