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LOST ln Steelton. a bunch of
keys and Pennsylvania Steel Company s
pay check. Finder please return same
to 305 Pine street. Steelton. and receive
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN,
brindle bull dog with three white feet
and white on tne head; collar bearing
1910 license, rail Bell phone 88. J.
ilelp Wanted —Male
COLLECTOR. *lO on i commission.
Address H., 830, care of Telegraph.
ELDERLY man to help w-lth garden,
etc.; small wages, hut good home as
sured. Address W. H. Y., P. O." Box .4,
EXPERIENCED McKay machine heel
shaver; steady work; Ap
ply to Harrisburff Slioc Mig. Co., > er
non street. City
PAINTERS WANTED at once. Call
G. M. Moore, 918 Capital street. City.
RELIABLE, active boy to act as mes
senger for copy and proof. Apply at
once. Advertising Department, Harrls
YOUNG man, about IS years of age,
to learn the undertaking business. Must
have good character and fair education.
Answer in own hand, giving full par
ticulars of yourself. Enclose stamp for
reply. Address Opportunity, care of
BOWMAN & COMPANY require the
services of experienced salesladies for
their Cloak and Suit Department. Only
experienced, capable salesladies neeu
apply. We have several positions for
those who can qualify. Excellent op
portunity for advancement.
I HAVE a permanent position
for a bright, enertretic boy. The
right boy can make from 50c to
s2.uo or more a week, without
interfering with his other
duties. Apply to Redsecker
Bruiser, 102 aouth Second street,
BRIGHT girls to mark and assort;
also a woman to do mending. Apply
Troy Laundry, 1520-26 Fulton street.
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, 50c. Agents wanted every
where. Send 25c for full size sample.
G. & G. Distributors, 35 Church street,
FIFTV experienced operators for
»ewing on power machines; paid while
learning. Apply S. Silver, Forster and
FORELADY for shirt factory. Must
have reference. Address Box 811, care
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.
MEN 20 to 40 years old wanted at
once for Electric Railway Motormen
and Conductors; S6O to SIOO a month; j
no experience necessary; line opport- '
nitv; no strike; write immediately for!
application blank. Address K., 714, care i
Of Telegraph. j
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS,
also 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
fctart. Address 8., 823, care of Tele
\\*ANTED —2O girls. Apply
Help Wanted—Male and Female
AMBITIOUS lady or gentleman;
steady employment all year 'round; a
money proposition; co-operate with me;
will furnish goods and divide the
profits. Work in the city, be your own
ooss. All we require is honesty and
willingness to work. Address A., 831,
care of Telegraph.
HALF-GROWN girl to assist at gen
eral housework. Apply 2041 North Sec
AS driver for delivery wagon, in or
around Harrisburg, with experience;
can furnish good reference. Address
Diehl, 122316 North Sixth street.
CHAUFFEUR wants position; good
recommendation. Apply 404 Forster
RELIABLE young man wishes work
of any kind; experienced fireman. Call,
dr address, 1329 Bartlne street, Harris
COLORED girl desires position at
general housework. Call, or address,
1228 Spruce avenue.
COLORED girl desires position at
housework or child's nurse. Address
1409 James street.
YOUNG colored girl desires position
as nurse girl or help with housework
etween school hours. Address M., 832,
care of Telegraph.
A MIDDLE-AGED woman wishes a
position mending linens in private fam
ily or hotel; can furnish references;
will assist in sewing. Address R., 827.
care of Telegraph.
AN experienced dressmaker desires
sewing by the day or week. Children's
cjothes a specialty. Address Seamstress,
care of Telegraph.
1908 Greenwood St.. 1 I. (, t r., 11l
2162 N. 7th SU 3 s. b., * r. b., .. (is
627 Brlggs, 3 s. f.. 8 r., fia
1820 Derry St., 2 t. I, i r. «i»
326 Strawberry Ave., 3 s. b„ 8 r., «U0
1527 N. Second St, 3 a b„ 10 r. b. &
front porch, side entrance, . $45
128 alnnt 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
FROM APRIL 1
409 Market St., room on 3d floor aia
1104 S. Cameron St., 2% s. b ' Sin
1623 Market St.. 3 s. b.. 8 r. b* «27 •Ul
314 8. 17th St, third floor apart
2014 N. 3d St.. 3 s. b.. 9 r. & b' IM
1024 S. 18th St., 2*4 s. b., 8 r. . ft?
412 Market St., 2 office rooms on 2d
floor, (front and middle) .... jjj,
323 Broad St. 3-story brick and
basement 24x125 ft. .«•>>
325 Market St.. 26x160—Apply.
United State* Hotel Property— -Hi 9.
620 Market Bt. Entire or bv
floors—7s rooms. 7
Mlddletovrn store room on Union
« reet (35
Miller Bros. & Neefe
LOCUST ISD COURT KTIIP.PT>
THURSDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEORXPQ MARCH 19, 1914.
Situations Wanted —Female
BY a colored woman, three or four
1 days' ironing at home, or out, by the
1 day. Call, or write, 1425 New l'ourth
street. Rachel Dolman.
EXPERIENCED typist and stenog
, ! rapher wants extra typewriting, even
| ing work. Prompt service; moderate
charges; references. Post Ofilce Box
• YOUNG colored woman desires gen
eral housework of any kind. Address
' G., 818, care of Telegraph.
AGENTS Men and women o»t
particulars of one of the best-paying
propositions ever offered. Ho previous
experience required. $2.50 & day.
i Write, or call, evenings, M. Cover,
. Second and Commerce streets, Hign
Rooms For Rent
NICELY furnished room at 262 Fors
ter street, In private family; use of
phone and bath; reference required.
■ Call Bell phono 14701* or to above ad
Four rooms In rear of store at 344
: Muench street; range in kitchen; all
• conveniences; cellar and yard. Rent,
$12.00. Inquire at 346 Muench street.
TWO furnished rooms on first floor;
all conveniences; use of phone; mod
erate prices. Apply 1635 Swatara
THREE unfurnished rooms, suitable
for light housekeeping; bathroom prlv-
I illges. Apply 1405 North Sixth street.
ONE or two furnished or unfurnished
rooms, suitable for light housekeeping,
■ if desired. Apply 1506 State street.
TWO nicely furnished rooms, for gen
tlemen, with city heat and use of bath.
Apply 272 Brlggs street
TWO large unfurnished rooms, for
light housekeeping for couple. Apply
1423 Derry street.
FURNISHED ROOMS, with all con
veniences. Call 1700 North Third
FURNISHED rooms, desirable loca
tion. Apply 719 North Sixth street.
FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms.
Apply 1601 Green street. __
! TWO ladles desire three unfurnished
j rooms, in private family, for light
I housekeeping, on or near Market street
lon the Hill. Audress X T. Y., care of
| Telegraph. _
YOUNG gentleman wishes a furnlsh
,ed room on Hill. Would prefer young
j people. Can furnish gooa reterences.
; Adaress M., 833, care ot Telegraph.
■ CENTRALLY LOCATED ROOMS by
I young, married coup!©. State price.
: References exchanged. Address K.,
! 819, care of Telegraph.
I ROOM —Centrally located, by young
I man. Answer promptly, giving rate
1 per week. Address R., 835, care of Tele
Apartments For Kent
i APARTMENT, four rooms and tiled
I bath; ail modern conveniences; electric
i light; steam heat; locker in basement,
j Possession April 1. Penna. Realty &
I Improvement Co., 132 Locust street.
SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT, four
rooms and bath; 30-ft. balcony; front
and side entrance; possession given
| April 5. Inquire 125 South Four
j teenth street. _
! THIRD lloor apartment, 5 rooms and
| bath; steam heat and electric lights;
; large, light rooms. One block from
J Capitol. Address P. O. Box, 385, City.
I SECOND FLOOR, 4 rooms and bath,
centrally located. Possession April 1.
! Apply H. W. Miller, 2210 North Third
i street Bell phone 656 R.
I AN apartment of five pleasant rooms,
' including kitchen and bath. Inquire on
! premises, 3o North second street.
TSREE OR FOUR unfurnished
rocnls tor tight houseKeeping; tamiiy of
two. Address F„ 525, care oi telegraph.
TO BORROW, *5,000 on good security
at ti per cent, for one year or longer.
Address C., 834, care of '.telegraph
FOR SALE, at sacrifice if taken be
fore March 26, store stock and ilxtures
I ot general store uoing large business in
> thriving town. Win prove volume of
| business to interested party. Moving to
tho \s est only reason tor selling. Call
| and examine stock. M. C. A. Ciouser,
I uuncannon, Pa.
ANV intelligent person can earn good
income corresponding for newspapers,
experience unnecessary. Send for par
-1 titulars. Press Syndicate. 798, Lock
j port N. X.
■ 1 MADE $50,000 In five years in the
| mail order business, began with 15.
\ Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
j cock, 355 Lockport N. Y.
11. W. LATIIcj, uoartllng Stable and
• .National 'J muster Co. Movers of
' pianos, safes, boners and general haul
; nig. H. W. Lathe, Alanager, Fitth and
Woodbine streets. i_>tu pnoiie .No.
i 2503 R.
FOR falling nalr try Gross' Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apo.thecary, 119 Market
i street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. BelL
, i R. H. PEFFER,
LOCAL EXPtvE&S and Uellvery. Piano
I and Furniture moving a specialty. Stor
, age of household guods and furniture
| packing. Bell phone 1684J 1119 Mont
! gomery, Harrisburg.
: I WILL paint any old roof. Guaran
! tee a watertight job. All colors. Postal
• brings me. Maxwell H. Hite. 'ihe Roof
i Paint Man, Box 328, Harrisburg, Pa.
I MERCANTILE ACCOUNTS of
, I kinds collected anywhere. Prompt ser
i vice and quick reports. Address Bond
I Mercantile Agency, Dept. B, Hill Sta
: tion, Harrisburg, Pa. Phone 1198 J.
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
; with best material and by expert help
! Send us your worn furniture. Our best
i efforts insure your satisfaction. S. N.
j Cluck. 320 Woodbine street.
! WE furnish music for all social
! events. Small combination for house
! parties as low as $2.50. Address
Zembra Mandolin Club, P. O. Box 486,
Harrisburg, Pa. *
OF all designs. Old floors made new.
• Ask for catalog. J. M. Smith, 2219
I Brookwood street, Harrisburg. Bell
I phone 1391 L
' FOR SALE AT GABLE'S, 113-15-17
| South Second street. 5,000 sets new sash
i Bxlo, 12 light, primed and glazed, at
j $1.15 per set
| CHEAP HOUSES |
At Cheap Prices
( ON YOUR OWN TERMS
I 1230 to 123S Monroe Street—Four
| two-story frame houses with five
rooms each. Lotß 12x75 ft.
Now rented at eight dollars per
i Will be sold separately or to
Price, each, 9400
Send for March, 1014, edi
tion of Facts and Figures—
a complete catalog of real
estate for sale.
Miller Bros. & Neefe
LOCUST AND COURT STREKIS
Real Estate For Sale
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS Corner
Indiana unci Park Ave. two-and-one
half-atory frame nearly new 7
rooms, buth and fuqpacu granolithic
walks cemented cellar front and
rear porch lot. 50x130 located on
the highest point in Washington
Heights and commanding a magnificent
view of the mountains river and elty.
Brinten-Packer Co., Second and Walnut
DOUBLE brick house new at
1811-13 Zarker street bath gas
furnace cemented cellar rented
for (36 per month 8 per cent, net In
vestment. Bell Realty Co.. Bergner
dwelling at Bridge street ajid Fourth
avenue lO rooms and bath gas and
electricity lot, 60x176 price rea
sonable. Apply J. A. Davis, New Cum
$1,300 WILL BUY a frame house on
Berryhill street lot, ISHxIOO. We
offer also desirable suburban lota all
sties at reasonable prices. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
COTTAGE on the Susquehanna for
sale plot, 75x255 within 200 yards
of station frequent trains to Har
risburg. Price, completely furnished,
$1,650. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build
DO YOU WANT a 10 per cent, net in
vestment after the Taxes, Water and
Insurance is paid? A desirablo prop
erty in Steelton For further particu
lars address 242, cure of Telegraph.
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.
PROPERTY No. 1610 Regina 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
IN Paxtang on Walnut St nearlv
new semi-bungalow 7 rooms, bath
and hot water heat lot, 60x157—large
chicken house. Brlnton-Packer Co.,
Second and Walnut streets.
HOUSES FOR SAi.E IN ENOLA
NOS. 145-147-149 COLUMBIA ROAD.
Most desirable location. Liberal terms,
inquire O. D. Bowman, Owner, 227 Ma
clay street. Harrisburg.
I WILL sacrifice my three-story
brick dwelling. 426 South Seventeenth
street. Very little cash necessary. Pos
session April 1. C. O. Backenstoss,
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.
NO. 1512 HUNTER STREET can be
bought at an attractive price; 9 rooms;
bath; alley on rear. Bell Realty Co.,
SIX HOUSES In West Falrview. all
frame in one row. Address Box C., 837,
care of Telegraph.
Real listate For Rent
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 Btreet,
Camp Hill; rental. *l2. Also an 8-
room house, with all Improvements, for
sale or rent on Camp Hill Heights. Call
Bell phone 3048 L
2220 NORTH SECOND STREET—2%-
story brick house, one of a pair 9
rooms bath pantry and steam
heat modern throughout. Miller
Bros. & Neefe, Locust and Court streets.
DWELLING 1946 GREEN STREET—
-10 rooms and bath; all conveniences;
newly papered throughout. Rent.
$30.00. Chas. Adler. lteai Estate and
Insurance, 1002 North Third street.
THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING,
412 Hummel street, with porch and
lawn front, all conveniences, house in
good repair.- Rent, (21.00. Possession
April L Apply 34® Muench street.
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.
1527 NORTH SECOND STREET 3-
storv brick : front porch side en
trance lO rooms bath and furnace.
Miller Bros & Neefe, Locust and Court
SUBURBAN property at Ldwnton; 12-
room brick house, with modern im
provements, and two acres of land.
Rent, $25. J. E. Gipple, 1251 Market
THREE-STORY frame dwelling at
Sixteenth and Swatara 8 rooms and
bath very nice rooms big yard.
Bent. $lB. Apply 1822 North Sixth
HOUSE containing 8 rooms and bath,
on Hill; all the latest Improvements,
incluuing steam heat, porches, etc. Fine
location. Address C., 824, care of Tele
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
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 Miller Farm" in West Hanover
Township, Dauphin County, on the
Manaoa Gap Road, about 4 miles from
Lmglestown. 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; 8 or 9 rooms.
F'referably above Peffer street.
Address, Box 808, care of Tele
WANTED plans to prepare for any
kind of building or residence. Want
automobile in trade. Address M., 836,
care of Telegraph.
1912 "4S" Sis-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.
1910 "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 and 10-gallon ice
cream tubs. Sold in bulk or separately.
Bargain to quick buyer. Address P. O.
Box 159, Harrisburg.
DEALERS for Crown Car through
out this territory. Standard tread, one
hundred sixteen inch wheel base, four
passenger car. Looks like little six.
Four hundred seventy-five dollars
Write, or communicate, with Mr. Hen
derson at Metropolitan HoteL It's a
TRUNKS, Traveling Bags, Suit Canes,
Gloves. Sole. Earness and Strap
Leather. Calfskin, Kip, Waxed
Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample
Canes and Leather Specialties made to
order and repaired. Harrisburg Har
ness and Supply Co., Second and CUeit
tiut street* i
FIXE French-plate, pier mirror;
genuine gold leaf on fruint), with two |
window brackets to match. Size mlr- 1
ror, 12 ft. high. Come see 11 Alio eome
antique furniture. Sale March 26, 1 P.
M. S. M. Wagoner, Administrator, 64
W. Main street, Mechanlcsburg, Pa.
GLASS window signs, Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms. Rooms and
Board and Table Board, at 25c each.
Ono of these signs will be given with
each six-time order for a classified ad.
If paid In advance. Inquire at Office of
MOTORCYCLE 191» Harley-Da
vldson twin cylinder, 8-H.-P., fully
equipped, run less than 3,000 miles,
practically good as new. Cost |337 60.
Sell, $236.00. Rare bargain. E. L
, Campbell, living College, Mechanlcs-
I burg. Pa.
| HALL Combination Lock Safe; Inside
[measurement about 26x19 Inches; can
I be seen at Polleck's, 11 North Fourth
! street. For price Inquire at Common
i wealth Trust Co., Real Estate Depart
jment, 222 Market street.
! PUBLIC SALE at 314 Chestnut
[ street, Wednesday, March 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 stahd, near .Market Square.
lajw 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, Mlddletown, Pa.
SEVERAL good, latest model motor
cycles, with free engine clutch, single
and double cylinders, for sale very
cheap and in tine condition. Call 1014
North Seventh street, Harrlsburg, Pa.
CIGARS— For a limited time, we are
giving 12 Havana Blended 5c Cigars
tree with each Box of 60 of our Per
fecto Clears, at $1 per Box, postpaid.
Snell & Co., Red Lion, Pa.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY household
furnishing, consisting of three bed
room suits, bookcase, couch, dining
room table, chairs, etc. Call 400 Briggs
SODA FOUNTAIN, sanitary system,
good condition; quick sale, a bargain.
Reason for selling, in other business.
Address P. O. Box 132, Duncannon, Pa.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE
doing good business; must sell on ac
count of 111 health. Address S., 529, care
ONE font of 10 pt and one font of
12 pt. O. S., with Antique Linotype
Matrices. The Telegraph Printing Co.,
MALE bulldog pupple, three months
old; must sell on account no place to
keep him. Address 1746, North Sixth
CITY MILK ROUTE, averaging 60
f rations a day. Good reasons for sell
ng. Address H., 828, care of Telegraph.
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 IT>s. and
sound. Apply 416 Calder street.
DRESS SUIT, worn only once, for
slender man; gas plate, 3 burners; elec
tric tlatlron. Bell phone 3056 R.
ONE Buffalo metal Incubator and one
Black Orpington cock. Apply 40 North
Thirteenth street, Harrlsburg.
ONE $35 kitchen range at bargain to
quick purchaser. In use one year. In
quire at 1926 Wood street
AN Uprirht Chickering Piano, in fine
condition. Apply 400 North Front
street, Steelton, Pa.
1913 CADILLAC, four-passenger, in
A-l shape. A J. Huston, Mechanics
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business Office.
STORE ROOM FOR RENT on the
corner of Third and Cumberland
streets, No. 1200. Show windows side
and front. In a live part of Harris
burg. The largest and best market
house, two of the best banks and many
flrst-class business houses in the same
square. In center of population. Size
or room, 33x100 ft 14-ft ceiling. Up
to-date in every particular. Rent from
April 1. 1125 per month, including heat.
J. S. Sible, 256 Herr street.
FOH RENT Denlrable office* la the
Telegraph Building, singly or en-sulte.
Inquire at Business office.
GARAGE, space for two automobiles.
For sale. 1 rubber-tire trap (or jump- i
seat buggy). Inquire 110 Evergreen'
street, between 4 and 7 o'clock P. M.
ROOM for one automobile In a new, I
private, fire-proof garage, rear 1419- !
19% Reglna street Rent, $5.00. Apply
Hoffman & Kerns, 337 Chestnut street, j
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be!
secured at the Telegruph Business'
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.
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
large brick warehouses;" built ex-1
pressly for storage. Private rooms I
for household goods and unexcelled fa- i
cilities for storing all kinds of mer- i
chandise. Low storage rates South!
St. and Penna. R. R. |
STORAGE 419 Broad street for!
household goods and merchandise. Prl- 1
vate rooms# II to $3. Wagons, 75 cents
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co., 4111
feroad street. Both phones. • •
Card of Thanks
MR. THEODORE BERRY AND
CHILDREN wish to thank their rela
tives and friends for kindness shown
in their hour of bereavement.
BARNES On March 18, 1914, Amanda
S. Barnes, daughter of the late Sarah
and George Green, aged 80 years.
Funeral on Saturday morning, at 10
o'clock, from the residence of her sis
ter, Mrs. Sarah J. Cooper, 648 Boas
street. Dr. D. D. Fox officiating. Burial
McKEE James T. McKee died on
March 18, 1914, at his residence, at
Lincoln avenue, Washington Heights.
The services will be held Friday aft
ernoon, at 3:30 o'clock. Relatives and
friends are invited without further no
tice. Further services and burial at
Huntingdon, Pa., the train leaving P. i
R. R. Station at 11:45 A. M.
NOTICE Is hereby given that an ap
plication will be made to the Governor '
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania I
on April 2. 1914. under the Act of As
sembly of the Commonwealth of Penn- |
sylvanla, entitled, "An Act to provide
for the incorporation and regulation of
certain corporations." approved April 1
29, 1874, and the Several supplements
thereto, for the Charter of an Intended
Corporation to be called "Dauphin
Realty Company," the character and
object of which is the holding, leasing
and selling real estate, and for these
purposes to have and possess and en
joy all the rights, benefits and privi
leges of the said Act of Assembly and
GEORGE R HEISEY,
SUIT FOR OWNERSHIP
OF OLD CIL DITCH
Pennsylvania Co. Takes Steps to
Eject Occupants of Aban
doned Water Line
Special to The Telegraph
Sunbury. Pa., March 19.—T0 deter
mine ownership of the old Pennsylva
nia canal ditch, the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company ha* started three eject
ment suits In the Northumberland
county courts here. One is against
Bertram Galbraith. a Milton merchant,
and two against D. A. Shade, of Dela
ware township. Both are occupying
strips of land of considerable value
which were said to be parts of the
original canal property. The railroad
claims possession by right of its hav
ing bought tho property when It was
abandoned for canal purposes. It is
understood that the present holders
will contend that it reverts to the
State, ,the original holder, because it
was granted for "canal purposes," and
that the present holders are entitled to
it by right of their having occupied it
for more than twenty successive years.
SHIPS WILL PASS THROrr.H
CANAL WITHIN THREE MONTHS
By Associated Press
Washington, March 19. —Though
merchant ships are expected to be
passing through the Panama Canal in
the course of trade within the next
three months the canal makers still
have much work ahead of them.
Nearly all of what is known as the
permanent dam and lock construction
has been finished, but owing to the
earth slides in the Culebra cut many
hundreds of thousands of cubic yards
of earth must be removed therein to
broaden the channel to its full width.
DR. DI'TTON HIES SUDDENLY•
By Atsociated Press
Meadvtlle, Pa.. March 19. Dr. W. T.
Dutton, aged 82, professor of mathe
matics and civil engineering at Alle
gheny College here, fell dead to-day in
the street from heart disease. Dr.
Dutton served as president of Alle
gheny College in 1909-10.
WILSON SWAYS INDIANA DEMO
By Associated Press
Indianapolis. Ind., March 19. l
ndiana Democrats in the State conven
tion here to-day, heeding the wishes of
President Wilson and Secretary Bryan,
declared in favor of a State-wide direct
primary law when they adopted, unani
mously, the platform presented bv the
committee on resolutions, containing a
plank endorsing the plan.
WILSON A PROVES ACTION
By Associated Press
Washington, March 19. President
Wilson to-day approved the resolution
of Congress conveying thanks to the
captain and crew of the American
steamer Kroonland for the rescue of
eighty-nine lives from the burning
steamer Volturno. The officers and
men will aJso get medals.
ROOM AND BOARD with private
family in central section of the cltv, by
young man. References, If requested.
Write Box 838, care of Telegraph.
CLERK'S NOTICE NO 2602 IN
BANKRUPTCY ln the District Court
of the United States for the Middle Dis
trict of Pennsylvania, Charles 3. Fohl
of Harrisburg. Dauphin County, Penn
sylvania, a bankrupt under the Act ot
Congress of July 1, 1898, having ap
plied for a full discharge from all debts
provable against his estate under said
Act, notice is hereby given to all
known creditors and other persons in
interest, to appear before the said
court at Scranton, In said District, on
the 20th day of April, 1914, at 10 o'clock
. in the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the prayer of the said
petitioner should not be granted
GEORGE C. SCHEUER,
NOTICE is hereby given that appli
cation will be made to the Court of
Quarter Sessions of Dauphin County on
Monday, March 30, 1914, at 10 o'clock
A. M., at the Court House, at Harris
burg, Pennsylvania, or as soon there
after as the said Court shall be in Ses
sion, for the transfer of the Retail
Liquor License now held by John N
Weaver at the "Leßoy Hotel." situate
at the corner of State and Cowden
streets, in the Eighth Ward, of the City
of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to Benja
min A. Strip Tin.
E. E. BEIDLEMAN,
Attorney for, Transferee.
March 19. 1914. _
OWING to necessary repairs the
BRIDGE over the PENNSYLVANIA
RAILROAD at MACLAY STREET will
be closed to both vehicles and pedestri
ans on Monday morning. March 23, and
remain so for the balance of the week.
W. H. LYNCH,
1 Have your 1
> favorite mag- 5
J azine bounc in )
iform by the 1
I Bindery. (
| r cratch Pads !
I. . .1E have a lot of scratch pads
IWI put up ' "bout 100 to a pack
■ » age, that we are selling for
sOr per package. Just the !
thing for office work, and you'd
better order NOW if you want j
any as they won't last long at
Printing, Binding, Dealgnlng,
Photo Engraving I
DEMAND FOR STOCKS
NOT HEAVY TODAY
Suit Against Lehigh Valley Appeared to Have Been Dis
continued in Yesterday's Decline
By Associated Press
New York. March 19. Steadiness of
the early market and the absence of
outside selling orders, despite the In-
Jectton of news of unfavorable Influ
ences Into the speculative situation,
prompted operations for the long ac
count, and prices were advanced. The :
Government's suit against Lehigh Val- 1
ley appeared to have been discounted In j
yesterday's decline, and the anthracite ,
stocks betrayed no weakness.
Reports from the steel trade told of
decreasing new orders and the possi
bility of contraction of operations In
some mills. These reports were parti- |
ally offset by the favorable character
of United States Steel's annual report. '
Tho demand for stocks was not heavy,
but at noon the general level showed i'
fractional improvement. I
Bonds were irregular.
Furnished by 11. W. SNAVELY '
New York, March 19. I
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines .23 23 V*
Ainal. Copper ...... 7&V4 75%
American Can 30V6 30 U
Am. C. & F 51% 51%
American Cotton OU 44% 45 I
Am. Ice Securities .. 31 % 31%
Am. Locomotive ... 35% 35%
American Smelting . 69 C 9% '
American Sugar ... 101% 101%
American T. & T. . . 123% 12R%|
Anaconda 75% 75%
Atchison 97 97%
Baltimore & Ohio . , 8£ % 89 %
Bethlehem Steel ... 42% 43%
Brooklyn R. T 92% 92%
California Petroleum 28 28%
Canadian Pacific ... 206% 307
Central Leather ... 34% 35%
Chesapeake & Ohio. 62% 53
C.. M. & St. P 98% 98%
Chlno Con Copper. 42 42 |
Col. Fuel and Iron. 32% 32%
Erie 28% 29
Great Northern pfd. 127% 127 %
Great Nor. Ore subs. 36% 36%
Interboro-Met 14% 14%
Lehigh Valley 145% 145%
Mex. Petroleum ... 68% 69%
Mo., Kan. & Texas .17% 17
Missouri Pacific ... 24 24%
Nev. Con. Copper .. 15% 15%
New York Central .91 91%
N. Y.. N. Y. &H. .. 69% 68%
Norfolk & Western. 103% 103
Northern Pacific .. 112% 112%
Penna. R. R 11l 111
Pressed Steel Car .. 43% 43%
Ray Con. Copper .. 21% 21%
Reading 164 164%
Ret). Iron & Steel .. 25% 25%
Rock Island 4 % 4 %
Rock Island pfd ... 6 6%
Southern Pacific .. 94% 94%
Southern Railway . 25% 25%
xTexas Company .. 146% 146%
Union Pacific 157% 158
U. S. Rubber 61% 61%
U. S. Steel 64 64%
U. S. Steel pfd .... 110 110
Utah Copper 55 54%
\'a. Caro. Chem. ... 33 33%
Western Maryland .30% 30%
Western Union Tel.. 63% 63%
Westinghouse Mfg.. 76% 76%
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., March 19. Hogs—Re
ceipts, 18,000; strong. Bulk of sales,
iS. 708.80: light, $5.60©8.87%; mixed,
8.60 C<f 8.87 hi ; heavy, $8.35 ©8.85; rough,
firstname.lastname@example.org; pigs, J7.email@example.com.
Cattle Receipts, 3,500; steady to
strong. Beeves, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas
steers, $7.15(®8.15; western steers, $6.85
®8.10; stockera and feeders, ♦n.6s©
8.10; cows and. heifers, $email@example.com;
calves, $6.00@».00. }
Sh6ep Receipts, 15,000, strong. Na
tive, $firstname.lastname@example.org; western, $email@example.com;
yearlings, $firstname.lastname@example.org; lambs, native,
$email@example.com; western, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, March 19. Wheat —•
Steady; No. 2, red, export, sl.oo#
I.00%; No. 1, Northern. Duluth, export.
Corn Higher; new, No. 2, yellow,
natural, local, 72@72%c; do., kiln dried,
lOcal, 74® 75c.
Oats Steady; No. 2, white. 46@
Bran Market firm; winter, per
ton, $email@example.com; spring, per ton,
Refined Sugars Market higher;
powdered, 4.00 c; fine granulated, 3.90 c;
confectioners' A, 3.80 c; Keystone A,
Butter The market is firm;
western, creamery, extras, 27c; nearby
prints, fancy. 30c.
Eggs The market is higher;
Pennsylvania and other nearby tlrsts. |
free cases, $6.75 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, $6.45 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $6.75
per case; do., firsts, free cases, $6.45
Live Poultry Firmer; fowls, 18®
18% c; young chickens, 15@20c;
ers, 12@13c; ducks. 18@20c; spring
ducks, 18@20c; geese, 16®17c; turkeys.
19 0 20c.
Dressed Poultry Steady; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 18@18%c; do.,
medium sizes, 16@17c; do., light
weights t idi |sc: old roosters.loc;
Ing chickens, fancy, 19@20c; broil- ,
ing chickens, fancy, 24®35c; do., fair, I
i&idlifi:, capors, iarg«. 23<S>26c, d 0... j
small, 18(S>20c; turkeys, fancy, 21@26c;
do., fair, 20023 c; ducks. 11® 18c; geese.
Potatoes Weak; New York and
Eastern, per bushel, 75@83c; Western,
per bushel, 75@83c; Jersey, per basket,
Flour—The market is steady; winter, |
clear. $3.85®4 10; straights. Penn-i
sylvania, $4.15®4.30; western, $4.25® 1
4.40; patents, $4.50®4.»0; Kansaj
Btraight. jute sacks, $4.20®4.40; spring,
firsts, clear, $firstname.lastname@example.org: straights. $4.35 I
@4.50; patents, $email@example.com.
Hay The market is weak; tim- j
othy. No. 1, large bales, slß.firstname.lastname@example.org(l;
No. 1, medium bales, $email@example.com; No. j
2, $16.60@ 17.50; No. 3, $firstname.lastname@example.org. I
Clover mixed: Light mixed, $17.50® !
18.00; No. 1, do., $email@example.com; No. 2, do., ,
EX-SHERIFF C.HAS. L. JOHNSON'S BIG SAL%J|M«CH 28, at 8.30
A. SHARP, ON HIS FARM, MILES EAST jff' BLOOMFIELD and
3 mile* (outhncal o( Newport and % mile from .Hoffman'* Station, on
S. & N. W. It. R., where train* arrive golug east at «T». m., and from Dan
cannon off the main line arriving at Hoffman Station on the S. A N. W.
It. R. at 0.80 a. m., and within % anile of leave* In evening;
going ea«t 4.20, mid went 6 |>. m.
275 HEAD OF 1.1 VE STOCK—3O HOUSES ANI) 4 SPAN S CHOICE
WELL-MATED MULES, 10 DRAFT BROOD MARE*—farm chunk*, road-
Ktera, line trotter* and pacera t*peed>, all Hold on positive guarantee to
lit- Hound and »centle. 45 head of cattle, 20 fresh COM* and nprlnger*. All
delivered big part of «ay free at risk of purcliaMer*. 4 choice bull*, tine
HuKteln cone imil heifer* entitled to reg.stry und heavy with calf to full
bull, the big framed kind Full bred t.uernne;*, Durham* and Craaae*.
2110 head of tile choicest lioii:c-rnlsed hogs one farm found to-day
In Centrnl Pennsylvania. Hog* that had the run of my farm on the
snow all winter and delivered big part of ay free at rl*k of purehaaer*.
20 brood HOW*.. 20 open Berk*. Sow* entitled to the paper*, a* yon will
agree when you nee them. 2S full blood Cheater* open, a* Hue a* In the
land. All clean and white a* In the State. It) tine young boar* and two
large boar*, one a Berk and the other n I'oluuii, both choice and entitled
If I fool you on the condition and brooding of my hoxa I will pay
your expenae* to and front my big Clearance Sale.
Ton of npllnter new farm and driving barnes* *old first at A.M a. m.
If I do not Htart thla hIK aale at 0.30 on the minute I will make yon a
present of a full lired Berk Gilt. ISO bushels icooil potatoes. Farm Im
plement* of all deKcriptton*. I.one credit mid renewals In part to thoae
who pay If they cannot meet note* at maturity. 0 per cent, per annum
off for ca«h. Come and see ua handle thla big aule at lightning speed.
All horse* and mule* hitched and ipiHranterd.
EX-SHKRIFF CHAS. 1.. JOHNSON. New Rloomtleld. Pa.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TOADS
mralahrd by H. W. SItAVBI,?.
Chicago, 111., March 19.
Open. liixn. -uvk cio*
Mn.v 93 ' i 93'» 92% 93%
July 84% 89 Vi 89% 89
Muy 69U 69?;, 68%'- 69%
July 01> Tta 09% 68%' 69%
n r« —
July 40 40% 40 40%
>f II SEALS & STENCILS UV
jj ■ " MFG. BYHBG STENCIL WORKS ■ ||
\ I 130 LOCUSTS! HBG,PA. II
2029 o»reen St., 3-story brick.
1806 Green St., 3-story brik.
261: Delaware Ave., 2-story brick.
441 S. 16th St., 3-story frame.
1520 Berry hill St.. 3-story brick.
3009 Main St., Penbrook, 3-story
Plots of Ground
6th and Emerald Sts., 88%x187 ft.
4th at., and Giger Aye., 125x92 ft.
40—93—and 100 ACRES EACH.
The above can be purchased at a
bargain If sold quickly.
H. M. BIRD
UNION TRUST MI.DU.
" MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE]
and others upon their own namea.
Cheap rates, easy payments, confiden
Adam* .* Co., R. 304. 8 N. Market Sq.
THE Harrlsburg Polyclinic Dispen
sary will be open dally except Sunday
at 3 P. M., at Its new location, 1701
North Second street, for the free treat
ment of the worthy poor.
One of the best located
grocery stores in the city—
good opportunity for the
right man—financial require
ments about $4,000.
BELL REALTY CO.
Store Room For Rent
No. 1213 N. Third street, between
Ilruad nuil Cuuibcrlnud NtrcetN. One
of the bent buMincHH blocks In the
city. Would be u good locution for
h confectionery atorc, or would suit
any buNlncNa. Hun* through to
Jnnien atreet. Poaaeaalon April lat.
Apply to owner,
Chas. C. Schriver
I FOR SALE
No. 1348 North street, frame house
with Improvements, porch and
side entrance 92200
No. 116 Hoerner street, brick and
frame> all Improvements, porch
and side entrance 92350
No. 1837 Berryhlll street, large frame
house; all improvements; porch
and side entrance 92350
No. 177 N. Fifteenth street, 8-room
brick and frame house, new steam
heat plant, all improvements,
No. 230 N. Fifteenth street, 9-roora
brick and frame house; all im
provements and front porch, 92050
No. 1525 Regrina street, 8-room
frame house; all improvements,
and steam heat 92000
No. 1412 Berryhlll street, 8-room
brick house; all Improvements,
porch and side entrance, (a bar
No. 1729 Park street, brick house •
with all modern Improvements,
porch and paved street .... 92500
No. 231 N. Fourteenth street, g
story brick; modern Improve
No. 350 Hummel street 3-story
brick house, with all improve
No. 1731 Regina street, 8-room brick
house, ail improvements, porch
and side entrance 93100
No. 1853 Park street, new brick
house, modern In every respect,
No. 1821 Market street, 9-room brick
house, modern Improvements,
porch and rental at $25 per month.
(A rare bargain) 98600
No. 1627 Derry street, large frame
house; all modern improvements,
porch and side entrance, drive al
ley in rear 94000
No. 25 N. Nineteenth street, new
corner brick house, steam heatedL
hardwood floors. Lot 19% feet by
95 feel 94650
No. 54 N. Seventeenth street, new
corner brick house and garage*
all Improvements, steam heat and
Ideal location ? CTOo
J. E. GIPPLE