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You Can Phone Your WANT AD Now—Pay For It. Later
Time Right Now
To buy or sell chickens —
To buy or sell dogs—
To buy or sell furniture.
ftr If vou've given the chicken business and egg-rais
ing anv study now s the time to buy your stock
and setting's. If you're a breeder, now's the time to
use Telegraph WANT ADS with profit.
f]T A blue Pomeranian weighing 17 ounces and only
two months old is worth S3OO. He's for sale. So are
many other dogs. If you raise dogs you can sell them
through Telegraph WANT ADS. If you want a well
bred dog read the Telegraph WANT ADS and you'll
tf[[ Furniture moves quickly when offered at a reason
able price through Telegraph WANT ADS. If
you're moving or buying new furniture, get rid of the
old this way.
COOVER Eliza Coover, on April 2,
1914, at 2;SO P. St, at the home of her ;
daughter, Mrs. John S. Wills, 11-1 >
North Second street, Harrisburg. n
Funeral on Monday afternoon, at o
o'clock, from tile above address. Rela- 1
tives and friends invited to attend
, without further notice. Burial private.
' LOST '
LOST Between Calder and Sayford, ■
or Sayford and Wyeth avenue. Pocket
book. containing valuable papers ana ;
sum of money. Reward if returned .
to 1425 New Fourth street. ,
LOST Probably at Thirteenth and
Market streets, a chrysanthemum com
bination pendant and pin of baroque i
pearls and diamond center. Reward ir ( :
left at this offlce. i j
LOST Gold watch pin, set with !
sapphire, between 2109 North Third and •
1800 North Second street. Reward if
returned to 2109 North Third street. j 1
LOST On March 26, a brown and j
white puppie by the name of Prince. >
Finder return to 406 Cranberry street, ■
BOY WANTED —Apply Central Cigar 1
00.. 425 South Cameron street. j
COLORED boy Oo work about house. I
State age. Address X., 515, care of •
PAPERHANGER. at once; steady .
employment. 326 Reily street. j
WANTED Carpenters for the con- i
-"T struction »of reinforced concrete forms,
ipply to H,arry Breneman, Herihey |
Chocolate Company, Hershey. Pa. i
WANTED Shoe cutters on chil- ! i
dren's shoes. Sterling Shoe Co., Wil-j
--liamsport, Pa. j
WANTED Two bright, active boys, I
riot afraid of work. Holmes Seed Co., ]
119 South Second street. I:
WANTED A boy to work In a,"
stationery store. Apply W., 522, care
of Telegraph. |
WANTED Young colored man for '
work in private family. Apply 121S ;,
North Third street. (
STo.OO MONTH paid Government Rail- |
way Mali Clerks. Parcel Post means I
many appointments. Harrisburg exami- !
nations coming. "Pull" unnecessary.
Sample questions free. Franklin Insti- ;
tute. Dept. 361-L, Rochester. N. Y.
AGENTS, something entirely new; j
just out; has not been worked to death;
profits very large. Write quick for
particulars. Address H„ 520, care of
- HELP WANTED—FemaIe
f COMPETENT white cook in small,
' family; will not dispute wage if a good |
cook; housemaid for two in family;
36.09 a week; no washing; reference. I
017 North Second street.
EXPERIENCED girls, also learners,
for fitting room. Apply Harrisburg
Shoe Mfg. Co., Vernon street, Harris
FIFTY experienced operators for
sewing on power machines; paid while i
learning. Apply &. Silver, Forster and I
Cowden streets. j 1
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS,
also learners, to make aprons, etc.
Harrisburg Apparel Co., over City Star
Laundry, State street, rear entrance.
TWO experienced waitresses at 38 I
South Fourth street, Harrisburg. Call 1
between 3 and 4 o'clock, 28 South;
F'ourth street, Philadelphia Cafe.
WANTED Y*oung lady in Seed ;'
Store, about 17 years old; must be I
quick and active. Holmes Seed Co., 119 i
South Second street. 11
WANTED Millinery apprentices i'
•wanted; will pay salary while learning. ;
Also experienced saleswoman for mil- |
linery for afternoons and Saturday. Ap
ply Robinson and Co., Third and Broad j
WANTED Woman for companion !
and to assist with work on farm, or
man and wife to work on farm. Good ' i
h>ome. Call, or address, 1614 North
WANTED Girl wanted for house
work. Country girl preferred. Apply
Rutherford Heights Inn.
Must Be Sold
WHAT IS YOUR OFFER?
621 North Sixteenth St.
A 3V4 -stary liromwtoiir and shingle dwelling with ten roon- -hath
■ad strain heat. Honse und lot MilM) ft., or house and Ist 104) I .SO ft
This property is located on the southeast corner of Sixteruili tiud
>ortli streets—ln a very desirable neighborhood.
MILLER BROS. & NEEFE
Locust and Court Streets - - Harrisburg
FRIDAY EVENING, . HARRISBURG *&&&£& TELE6RXFH APRIL 3, 1914.
BY white man, position as private i
watchman or elevator man. Address
S., 511. care of Telegraph. j
WANTED By young white man,
position as chauffeur, in private family.
Address 106 Hanna street.
WANTED By young white man,
position as traveling uliMvwin, or cleri
cal work: reforrm Address S., 316.
care of Telegraph.
WANTED - A colored boy, 16 H
years old, would like (o have a position
driving a team; experienced around
horses. Address X., 514, care of Tele
WANTED Position as chauffeur, or
automobile repairman; long experience;
references. Oscar Shealer, care of Tele
graph. or R. F. D„ N«o. 1, Camp Hill,
Cumberland county, Pa.
WANTED Young man wishes any
kind of work. Tony Mack. 1116 North
Cameron street. City.
WANTED Young man wishes any
kind of work. Pete Kian, 1218 North
WANTED Two young men desire
work as plumber's helpers, or any kind
of wiork. Address 1311 Cowden street.
YOUNG boy desires p-osition as er
rand boy. Apply to Wm. Krebs, 558
YOUNG man would lige to have work
! of any kind; can furnish reference. Ad
dress Milton Crawshaw, Box 715, Har
HOUSEKEEPER, middle-aged, with
a 9-year-old girl, wants position. Ad
dress E. Si. K., Box 28, Maryrville, Pa.
SEWING WANTED to do at home.
712 Race street
WANTED Colored woman wants
fancy Ironing to do at h>ome. Apply
1334 New Fourth street.
WHITE woman wants washing to do
at home. Call, or address, 1533 Logan
YOUNG white woman would like
day's work or office cleaning, etc. Ad
dress M., 510, care of Telegraph.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
I—7 R. brick, imp., Basin Ave... $1,500
I—9 R. brick, imp., Kelker $3,000
I—7 R. brick, imp., Kelker $2,500
2—4 R. frame, I2th St SSoO
I—3 R. frame, 12th St SSOO
2—3 R. frame, 12th St SSOO
2—7 R. frame, Logan $1 300
100 ft. vacant, near Market and 12th,
$22.00 per ft.
All rented, paying 8 to 12 per cent.
■ interest. Apply at 1117 N<orth Third St.
TWO hue homes, will be finished
March 15. Nine rooms and latest and
> only practical, common sense bath
| room. Stram heated; large Iront and
: back porches; ornamental fixtures
l imourhout; reception hall; open stair
-1 case; laundry room and stationary
wash tubs, outdoor sleeping chamber
'.vlth south side exposure, size 15x8; 12
minutes by trolley to Market Square.
For further information call P. Vander
loo, Masonic Temple Building, Third and
FRAME HOUSE, located on Briggs
street between Second and Third; 8
rooms aud bath. Will be sold at sacri
fice if sold this Spring. Address S. 0.,
No. 1001, care of Telegraph.
„ FOR SALE 27 acres nearly new
i-noonj house good bank barn
sand soil nearly level ll miles
from Harrisburg 3 miles from sta
t'°n, possession at ouce. Price, sl,-
900.00. Brlnton-Packer Co., Second and
FOR SALE Ten good houses. Will
sell to colored persons. Situated four
teen squares from Fourth and Market
streets. Call at corner of Fifteenth
and Regina streets. Office hours from
j 8 to 10:30 A. M.. 1:30 to 3 P. M.
| „ PINE STREET PROPERTY FOR
SALE Large house —l3 rooms and
| three bathrooms vacant suitable
I f-or lodging house recently painted
! and papered throughout Bell Realty
Co., Bergner Building.
BUSINESS PROPERTIES and prop
erties that can be remodeled for busi
ness, in central locations—several cor
ner properties. Price and all particu
lars at our offices. Bell Realty Co.,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
I FOR SALE 52,300 will buy a Pea
brook property; seven rooms, bath; gas;
furnace; porches; cemented cellar;
chicken house 7x18; lot, 18x180; Be fare.
: Apply Bell Realty Oo„ Bergner Build
| FOR SALE This place for you at
$2,850; plot, 75x150, with chicken house
I 10x45; improved dwelling; porches;
| seven varieties of fruit; inspect It Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
! SEVERAL NEW BRICK HOUSES for
sale all improvements now yleld
| ing 8 per cent, net on the investment.
I Prices, $1,750 to $2,350. Ask for our
j list. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building.
! 41 NORTH FOURTEENTH STREET; i
i 8 rooms and bath; all improvements;!
will sell at a bargain to any one Inter- j
jested. Inquire Jared Lenker, 39 North 1
i Fourteenth street.
HOUSUa ruK SALE 1\ E\OLA
NOS. 145-147-149 COLUMBIA KOAD
I Most desirable location. Liberal terms.
I .untitle t_. u. Bowman. Owner. 227 lla
< lay street. Harrisburg.
SIXTY HOUSES, some new and very
'attiactive homes; several very good in-
I vestments. Terms to suit. D. E. Bright
| bill, 2 North Court street. Both phones.
i GET OUR "FOR SALE" LIST. Bell
HEAL ESTATE FOR KENT
FOR RENT—IS 33 North Third street;
6 rooms and bath, furnace; 100-102
Short street, S rooms and bath; store
rooms. 110 South Thirteenth street. Ap
ply 430 Walnut street.
FOR RENT Ten-room house, all
improvements, every room front, with
i running hot and cold water, steam
I heat, electric, gas, pnones. newly fitted
throughout; centrally located. W. L.
! Montgomery, corner Third and Chest
nut streets. __
! FOR RENT s2O per month, 8-
i room brick house, improvements, 1729 1
. Park street, Harrisburg. Address
! James Bricker, New Cumberland, Pa-
I R. F. D., or apply to O. F. Casey, New ■
| Market, between 6 and 8 P. M.
Desirable residence, 1503 N.
! Second, in perfect order; side
j entrance; front porch; every con
, venience. Steam heated, Vapor
system. Inquire Pine Street.
! FOR RENT 431 Market street, at
I entrance of Subway l3 rotoms - 2
! baths all conveniences suitable
for rooming house rent, $60.00, in
i eluding steam heat. Apply Chas. Adler,
j 1002 North Third street. j
! 1841 Zarker street * 2 959 '
Suburban homestead 25.00 |
| 1500 Walnut street 25.00 j
J. E. GIPPLE,
1251 Market street. I
i —— |
FOR RENT House and store room; !
i suitable for jeweler or milliner; n-o
| other business of the kind in the town, i
' Location central. Apply Good's Phar- i
; macy. New Cumberland, Pa. j
! 1815 NORTH SECON'p STREET, 3- i
istory brick; 10 rooms, bath and porches; i
modern home; possession at once. Ap-!
' ply S. AV. Fitzgerald, 317 Walnut street. ;
j HOUSE AND BARN, with or without |
farm land, about five miles east of Hall
' fax; plenty of fruit. Apply J. W. Et- !
tinger, Halifax, R. F. P., 2. I
| REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT
183 ACRES 40 perches farm land, 36 •
i acres mountain land, known as the
"Squire Miller Farm" in West Hanover;
j Township, Dauphin County, on the i
j Manada Gap Road, about 4 miles from i
| Linglestown. Apply Commonwealth I
' Trust Co., Real Estate Department, 222 !
[ Market street. Harrisburg.
•—" " •
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED To rent, large, unfur- '
Inlshed double house in country within
j five miles of city, near tr-olley line;
single house and bugalow would be i
(considered; conveniences, shade, fruit;
1 and sTOund for garden desired. Pos- i
I session May 1. Address D., 521, care I
of Telegraph. j
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
i FOR RENT Apartment, five rooms,
i bath and pantry. Every up-to-dat« i
equipment. In perfect condition. Cen
trally located. Rent reasonable. Im-
I mediate possession. Address A-12, care I
j of Harrisburg Telegraph. j
! FIVE ROOMS and bath; city steam
jheat; continuous hot water; back porch;
j centrally 1 ocated. Address G., 509, care
j of Telegraph.
FOR RENT APARTMENT, 3 rooms, j
! with improvements, desirable for man i
: and wife, SIO.OO. Apply 1745 North
j Sixth street. j
| ONE APARTMENT FOR RENT, sec- j
ond floor front. No children or dogs, j
Apply 1542 North Sixth street. !
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished j
rooms for colored gentlemen, or colored '
man and wife. Apply 664 Calder street, j
FURNISHED second floor front suite, !
consisting of large llvlngroom, bed-;
1 room and private bath. Also separate I
'room with stationary washstand; bath I
to every two rooms; gas and electric 1
lighting; city steam and hardwood !
1 floors; references. 218 Pine street.
! FIFTY furnished rooms, in private
I families, all parts of city improve- |
! ments 51.25 week many other
| rooms. Send for list. "We deliver the!
goods." Address X., 508, care of Tele- I
j graph. j
• FOR RENT Large, pleasant second
story front room; nicely furnished; pri- j
vate family; married couple or two gen
tlemen preferred. Handy to table
| board. Apply 485 Hummel street.
FOR RENT Large room on first
floor, made suitable for renter; also ,
furnished rooms on second and third
floors; all conveniences; use «of phone. ,
Apply 927 North Third street.
FOR RENT Lady roomers wanted
on the Hill; only girls of good charac- [
ter need apply, or married couple with- I
out children. Apply X Y. Z., care of j
FOR RENT Furnished or unfur- I
nlshed rooms «on second and third!
floors; all conveniences, including
steam heat. Apply 923 North Third j
FOR RENT Large unfurnished i
room; city steam heat; light house
keeping allowed. 719 North Second
| street. Apply 513 North Second street.
! FOR RENT Newly furnished
rooms, with use of bath and phone,
with or with-out board. Call Bell phone
1428J, or apply 107 South Second street, i
TWO nicely furnished communicat-'
ing rooms, second floor front; also front ;
ro»om on third floor; all modern con- j
venlences. Apply 1168 Mulberry street. '
FOR RENT Nicely furnished sec
ond and third floor rooms, for gentle
men, in private family. All modern
conveniences. 259 North street
FOR RENT Nicely furnished '■
rooms for rent; good, country board if
desired. Mrs. Emma March, 1103 North
FURNISHED ROOMS, single or en I
suite, all conveniences. Including phone
reference required. Apply 1015 North '
] Front street. '
FOR RENT Two nice furnished
rooms, with hot and cold water and
' use of bath. Apply 266 Herr street.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished'j
1 rooms on seoond floor; must be recom
mended. Apply 416 Calder street.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS in the
Building, Market and Evergreen streets
J. E. Gipple, 1251 Market street
ROOMS FOR RENT
TWO nicely furnished rooms, for gen
tlemen. with city heat and use of bath. I
Apply 272 Brlggs street. j
FOR RENT Furnished rooms and j
apartment; all conveniences. Apply
236 North Second street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. I
with board; city steam heat; reference. .
513 North Second street. |
FURNISHED ROOMS, single or en I
suite; all conveniences; use of phone. !
208 State street.
TWO unfurnisheu rooms, for light 1
housekeeping, o;i third lloor. 409 Herr
TAVO communicating rooms, second
floor front. 222 Pine street.
ROOMS AND BOARD
FOR KENT Two nice rooms, with
all conveniences with board use i
of phone also light housekeeping. I
Apply 1341 Vernon street. Phone 1091 J. |
ROOMS AND BOARD \YANTED~
BY office man, located between Ham
ilton and Maclay streets; best of refer
ence. Address Maclay Street P. 0., Box
TWO gentlemen boarders, nice, large
second floor front room. 1227 Bailey
A REPUTABLE white family to oc
cupy a farm home, with or without
land, four miles east of York. Very
low rent and plenty of work in the
neighborhood. Also a middle-aged man !
to assist on a farm. Reference requir
ed. Address D. C. Kauffman, R. No. 12,
WANT to rent a suburban home —not
too far from Harrisburg. Write or
phone to Chas. Adler, Real Estate and
Insurance, 1002 North Third etreet.
DRESSMAKING WANTED by a fash
l'onable dressmaker; excellent work;
reasonable rates. Inquire at 1507 North
FOR SALE Family size Iceland Re
frigerator, in good condition. R. C.
Williams, 1317 Dorry street.
E. M. F., 1912, five-passenger touring 1
car; 30-H.-P.; tires new; one extra tire; j
3 extra inner tubes; Q. D. demountable
rims; top and windshield; Prestolite; '
car like new; A 1 running order; cost I
51.300. Must be sold at once, at a sac- I
rilice. No reasonable offer refused. Ad- i
dress W. S., Box 44, Mifrtinburg, Pa.
FOR SALE, AT SACRIFICE, IF
taken at once, store stock and fixtures
of general store doing large business in
thriving town. Will prove volume of
business to interested party. Moving to
the West only reason for selling. Call
and examine stock. M. C. A. Ctouser,
TKUNK&, '1 raveling Bags, Suit Ca«ra.
Gloves. Sole, Karness and Strap
Leather. Calfskin. Kip, L>c igula. Waxed
1 Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample
Cases and Leather Specialties made to !
order and repaired. Harrisburg Har
! ness and Supply Co.. Second and Cheat
j GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and j
Board and Table Board, at 25c each. !
i One of these signs will be given with |
each six-time order for a classified ad |
If paid In advance. Inquire at Office of '
ONE Schaeffer Piano, like new; wal
! nut bedroom suit, walnut hall rack,
' marble-top table, oak extension table, '
I set oak dlningroom chairs, hall, stair j
land parlor carpets, like new; rugs and;
other articles. 454 Cumberland street. ;
\ FOR SALE Red Rock and W. Leg- '
horns, breeding and laying stock; must i
| sell on account >of room. Also Eggs I
for hatching at SI.OO per 15 eggs. 2436
1 Camby street, Penbrook, Pa., A. B.'
PONY, harness, carriage and driving :
i wagon, formerly owned by George W.
! Reed. Apply to Raymond E. Reed, 1306
| Third street.
m FOR SALE
I THE Board of Commissioners of Pub
lic Grounds and Buildings will offer at
Bublic sale, in front ot estate Capitol
ulldlng, at entrance Fourth and state
Streets, Harrisburg, Penna.. at 10
o clock A. M., Apul 4, 1914, the louow
wg buildings and structures upon the
premises within the boundaries of the
proposed extension to Capitol Park in
Eighth Ward, City of Harrisburg:
South Street, 410, 410 (rear), 508, 509, !
513, 516, 519. 621, 604.
Fourth Street, 125, 129, 145, 157, 509,1
North Alley, 411, 413, 415, 417, 419, i
434, 436, 438. |
Fifth Street, 607, 509, 510, 611, 512. i
! Filbert Street, 400, 512, 514, 631, 532. |
Cranberry Street, 404, 41S.
! Cowden Street, 502, 604, 511.
| Walnut Street, 414, 416, 504, 618.
State Street, 602, 804, 606, 608, 610. I
611, 612, 613. I
South Alley, 612, 614.
Tanners Street, 119.
Short Street, 108.
' North Street. 709.
Angle Alley, Stable (rear 304 Wal
! The purchaser shall pay to the Com- j
; monwealth of Pennsylvania, through
I the office of the Superintendent of Pub- I
[ lie Grounds and Buildings, Harrisburg, j
• Pennsylvania, by certified checks or |
j United States currency, the umount at.
which the said building or buildings j
and structures are awarded to them, as ;
follows: A cash payment of 25 per cent, i
shall be made on day of sale and the I
balance before entering upon the prop- '■
erty to remove the material purchased, i
I In all cases where the premises are j
I unoccupied, possession will be given !
the purchaser immediately. Where the
premises are tenanted, possesion will |
be given Immediately a!ter the prem- '
Ises are vacated. The Commonwealth
will not'be responsible for any damage
to property after possession is given. ;
Purchaser shall state at time of their
offer the time required to remove the >
buildings and material after being
given possession by the Commonwealth,
which In no case shall be longer than
!60 days. All building refuse shall be
carted away from the premises by the :
purchaser. All foundation walls must i
be taken down and removed at least j
i three feet below level of street.
The Board of Commissioners of Pub-
I He Grounds and Buildings reserves the
[right to accept or reject any or allf
bids. The work of removal shall be
| performed under the direction of and
i to the satisfaction of the Superinten
dent of Public Grounds and Buildings.
I NOTE!—The sidewalks anu street
| pavements are not to be removed by
; purchaser of buildings or structures
un<3er this schedule. I
By order of the Board.
SAMUtL B. RAM 80,
C. P. RODGERS, JR..
FOR SALE Large steel range, !
[ with warming closet in good condi
tion thoroughly modem and prac
tically new. At sacrifice. Must be sold.
Reply to M., 523, care of Telegraph. j
ONE Mitchell and Hudson Roadster, ;
late model; one Cadillac and Overland,
five-passenger; all in guoa condition. :
Cheap to quick buyer. ilonn Bros.. i
Seventeenth and Swatara.
FOR SALE Flve-H.-R MOTOR
for sale. Apply 536 Forrest street.
CHEAP, thin driving horse, with
heaves, sound otherwise, $40.00. Call A.
M., Nineteenth and State streets.
USED motorcycles; all make. ; over
hauled and In flne condition; guaran
teed to be as represented; call for dem
onstration. Ileagy Bros., 1204 North
1913 INDIAN MOTORCYCLE; fully
equipped; full set of tools; In flrst-class
condition. Call evenings between 6 and
9, at Rear of 275 Cumberland street.
FOR SALE One Rlcca and Son Up
right Piano, worth $250, now $169.
$5.00 down, $3 a month. Apply Winter
Piano Store, 23 North Fourth street.
| EXTRACTED CLOVER HONEY $2
I per gallon. sl.lO per onu-half gallon.
! delivered by parcel post. Sample, ltfc.
L K. Hoststter, Route 6. Lltiti. Pa
| BICYCLE FOR SALE New coaster
brake; new tires; good condition. Price,
| SIO.OO. Apply W. J. Shelbley, 85 North
I Sixteenth street. Bell phone 806 L..
j FOR SALE Bicycles lO rebuilt
machines, some good as new, $5 up; In
vestigate! Good second-hand tires, 50c
! up. We also buy second-hand bicycles
and parts. Keystone Supply Co., 814
North Third street. United phone litW.
FOR SALE—lndian Motorcycle. Good
running condition. Baigaln at $35.00.
Excelsior Cycle Co., 1007-09 North Third
street. Harrisburg, Pa.
BUICK DELIVERY TRUCK 1 ton
capacity large covered body good
ias new. Apply Harrisburg Baking Co..
I south Cameron street,
| FOR SALE One $700.00 88-note
! Player Piano, slightly used. Price.
Apply Winter Plan«o Store, 23
Noith Fourth street.
ONE font of 10 pt. and one font of
12 pt. O. S.. with Antique Linotype
Matrices. The Telegraph Printing Co..
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 LaulTer. Middletown. Pa
SHINGLES AND LUMBER direct
from mill the kind 1 have sold to
satisfied customers for the past ten
years. Address J. W. Ettinger, Halifax,
Pa.. R. D., 2.
FOR SALE large roll-top desk, as
! good as new. Price reasonable. Address
44 North Seventeenth street
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business Office.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE:
WELI. LOCATED LOT!) In the Tenth
Ward I some of lliem on paved street.
Will exchange for Improved property.
An exceptional opportunity tor a
builder. Call nnd inspect blue print. K.
K. Oyster, Trustee, care of Telegraph
STORE ROOM FOH KENT on the
1 corner of Third and Cumberland
| streets. No 1200. Show windows side
and front. In a live part of Harrts
i burg. The largest and best market
i house, two of tne best banks and many
I first-ciass business houses In the same
i square. In center of population. Size
or room, 33x100 ft. 14-ft ceiling 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 Uullillng. s.uul> or en-suite.
Inquire at Business office.
WELL-LOCATED store room, 26x66,
al6o small room, 12x30, suitable for
I barber shop or small business, on West
High street, Eiizabethtown, Pa. Pos
session immediately. Inquire J. H.
Levenight, Eiizabethtown, Pa.
| TWO desirable offices in the
Union Trust Building; possession
at once. Apply Union Trust Co.
I FOR RENT Furnished offices of
the late Dr. Paul A. Hartman. Apply
1514 North Third street.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
j secured at the Telegraph Business
R "SINESS OPPORTUNITIES
i ANY Intelligent person can earn good
. income corresponding for newspapers;
] experience unnecessary. Send for par
• ticulars. Press Syndicate. 798. Lock
; port N. Y.
FOR SALE At Gable's. 11l nnd
117 South Second street, 5.000 gallons
New Era ready mixed Paint; Acme
quality. Also the full line of the Acme
FOR SALE At Gable's, 113. 115 and
117 South Second street. 5 000 sets new
Sash, Bxlo, 12 L., primed and glazed, at
$1.15 per set. Also other sizes.
I MADE $50,000 in five years in the
mall order business, began with $5
Send for free booklet. Telia how. Hea-
I cock, 355 Lockport. N. Y.
SPECIAL TURKEY DINNER SUN
IDA Y. 35c. Evergreen Cafe, 1239 Mar
j ket street.
! PIPE ORGANS
; Rebuilt, Repaired, Tuoect
| E 1 CAM
214! Fenn Street
Fenceriy with tie W. W. Eia
baxi Organ Cc„ Chicago.
H. W. LATHE, u<tar<llnc StHhle and
National Transfer Co. Moveis of
i pianos, safes, boilers and general haul
! ing. H. W. Lathe, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No.
2503 R. •
i WE are now Renovating Feuthers
i Making Pillows and Folding Feather
1 Mattresses at the corner «l Tenth and
Paxton street, near Cameron. B. J.
• FOR falling hair try Gross 1 Quinine
| Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
1 Druggist and Apothecary, lis m r ket
street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell,
W. J. WENRICH, 339 Hamilton street
—Furniture, china and piano packing.
Shipments looked after at both ends.
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
j 1 WILL paint any old roof. Guaran
tee s watertight Job All colors. Postal
brings me Maxwell H Hite. Th»- K.mf
I Paint Man Box 328. Harrisburg. Pa
! REPAIRING AND U PHOLST KIM \(;
with best material and by expert h«lp
Send us your worn furniture. Oui bent
efforts insure your satisfaction s. N
i Gluck, 32» Woodbine stiaat.
WE furnish music for all social
(vsnts Small combination fur hoist
l>ai tie* as low as *2.50 Address
I Zembt'i Mandolin Club. P O Hot 456
NOTIC E TO m ILDKRM
C HENRY. Architect an 1 Builder
will save vou money Bui.galuwx a
■ specialty 704 South Twenty-fourth
Ftreet Bell phone 1675 J.
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate
security In any amounts and upon any
terms to suit borrower. Address P. O.
Pox 174, Harrisburg, Pa.
"""MONEY TO "LOAN
TO LOAN SIOO,OOO to loan
In amounts of (1,000 and up on first
mortgage on city property, repayable
monthly or installments. Debt cancel- I
cd and mortgage satisfied on death of
borrower. W. C. Howland, Room 406,
Telegraph Building. J
PRICES FALLING FROM
Rock Island Stocks and Collateral Bonds Made New Low
Records; Bonds Reported Irregular
By Associated Press ,
New York, April 3. Without the ,
support of buying by the shorts, prices I
fell away and much of yesterday's ad
vance was cancelled In the morning.
Traders alternately bought and sold,
but the demand was feeble and pressure
from professional sources gradually In
Progress of reorganization plans foi
Rock Island and Wabash was reflected
in the wide and variable changes in the
securities of these roads. Rock Island
stocks and collateral bonds made new
low records. Wabash fours, after ris
ing to 58%. as compared with 54% at
the closing of last week, fell back three
paints. Investment buying of high
grade securities continued steadily, be
ing reflected In improvement of State,
MONEY TO LOAN
PBOKIT-SIIAKISiG I.OAN SOrjETr
WE HAVE OKIiilN AT ED a new plan
of loaning money by which borrowers
shaie profit* of lenders ratea,
easy terms, confidential Offices. Rooms
6-7, 9 North Market bquare
HAHRISBURG 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.
IN 3-story brick building, rear 408
Household goods In rlenn, private
room*. Keasonnble rates. Apply to
1 P. G. Dlener. Jeweler. 40H Market St.
j STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons. 75 centa
per month Apply D. Cooper & Co.. 411
Broad street Both phones.
CARD OF THANKS "*
WE wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for the kindness shown dur
ing our sad bereavement—the death of
our sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Myers.
MRS. JOHN FILLING AN. BROTH
MR. AND MRS. B. F. HELEM extend
their thanks to their friends and neigh
bors for their kindness shown during
their late bereavement.
In Matter of the Estate of Fannie
Josephine Lee, Late of Harrlsburg.
Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, de
NOTICE is hereby given that letters
testamentary in the above estate have
been granted by the Register of Wills
of Dauphin County to the undersigned.
All persons indebted to said estate
will make Immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same
will nresent them without delay to
HENRY C. HAMILTON,
200 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Elmlra, New York,
I Executor of Fannie J. Lee, deceated.
! ° r EDWIN M. HERSHEY.
i His Attorney.
No. 208 Bergner Building.
PROPOSAL FOH BRIDGE
SEALED proposals will be received
iby the Superintendent of Public
I Grounds and Buildings, Capitol Butld-
I Ing. Harrisburg, Pa., until 12 o'clock
noon, Tuesday. April 14. 1914, for fui
] nishlng all the necest-ary labor and
I materials as called for In piam and
i specification prepared by Edward K
1 Morse, Engineer, Commonwealth Build
ing. Pittsburgh, Pa., for the < onstruc
tion of a briiigt (known .is the Wasser
Bridge) aci »s=. tile Slu-nango River
i«bout one mile beiow Shenango. M icei
Prospective bidders may secure plans
and specifications by applying'lo ih»-
uifl-e of Superinti ndent of Public
Grounds and Buildings at Capitol
Building, llairisbuit. Pa.
; Bidders desiring information not con
tained in the plans and specifications
ma> applv either to the Engineer, Ed
win K Morse, or to the Superintendent
of Public Grounds and Buildings In
writing. ~ . .
Proposals shall be in sealed en
velopes plainly addressed on the out
side with the name and location of
bridge and name of bidder.
SAMUEL B. RAMBO,
Superintendent Public Grounds and
PROPOSAL FOR BUILDING
Office of the Board of Commissioners of
Public Grounds and Buildings, Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, Harrls
burg. Pa. ... .
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed until 12 o clock noon, of Tuesday.
April 14. 1914, for furnishtng all labor
and material necessary to erect a new
fireproof main building on the State
Arsenal Grounds, at Eighteenth and
! Herr Streets, Harrlsburg, Penna., as
! called for in specifications and draw
' ings prepared by the Board of Public
t Grounds and Buildings.
! Specifications and drawings may be
; secured by prospective bidders by ap
| plying to the Superintendent of Public
' Grounds aud Buildings. Capitol Build-
I ing. Harrlsburg, Pa.
Proposals shall be In sealed envelone.
marked "Proposals tor State Arsenal
! SAMUEL B. RAMBO.
! Superintendent of Public Grounds and
NOTICE Is hereby given that an ap
-1 plication will be made to the Governor
> of the State of Pennsylvania, on the
! 20th day of April, 1914, under the Act
of Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to pro
vide for the incorporation and regula-
I tlon of certain corporations," approved
[ April 29. 1874, and the supplements
thereto, for the charter of an intended
corporation to be called the Keystone
State Fair and Industrial Exposition,
the character and object of which is for
the promotion of agriculture, horticul
ture, manufacturing, mining and the
arts and sciences by the education of
the public therein by the exhibition of
the various products, appliances and In-
I ventlons thereof, and for these purposes
to have, possess and enjoy all the
[ rights, benefits and privileges of the
if-ald Act of Assembly and its supple
FOX & GEYER,
SEA I.ED PROPOSALS
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVA
STATE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed at the ofti( e ef the State Highway
Department, in the Capitol Building,
Harilsburg, Pennsylvania, until 10
o'clock on the morning of April 7, 1911,
for furnithliig the state Highway De
partment with Indetei minat-- viuantities
of biuinlnouH material according to
specifications. - i.j.'lllcatl jns and bid
ding blanks c:in be obtained upon ap
plication to nils Department.
HOWARD M. BIGELOW,
State Highway Commissioner.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed by the Superintendent of Public
Grounds and Buildings for the sale of
twenty (20) Bicycles and a quantity of
Bicycle equipment, until twelve (12)
o'clock noon, A"prll 13, 1914.
The above can be Inspected by ap
plying at the office of the Superinten
dent of Public Grounds and Buildings.
State Capitol Building. Harrisburg, Pa.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
SAMUEL B. RAMBO,
Superintendent of Public Grounds and
™Y£L C i5 a L a !J d the conservative
Bonds were irregular.
Furnished by h. W. S3VAVELY
New York, April 3.
Alaska Gold Mines .
Araal. Copper 7?% 76 r-
American Beet Sugar 23 23 '
American Can 29*4 mu
Am- C. &F 61 60%
Am. Ice Securities.. 30% 30V
American Smelting . 69 % 69
American Sugar ... 100<& 100%
American T. it T. .. 122% 122%
Anaconda 35 "k i,
Baltimore & Ohio .. 9U% 89* i
Bethlehem Steel ... 41% 4iu
Brooklyn R. T 92% 92 u
Canadian Pacific ... 208% 207
Central Leather ... asij
Chesapeake & Ohio. 53% 53%
C..M. & St. p 100% 100%
Pol r * n \ Copper * 42 * 42
loi. I'. & 1 32% 12 U.
Consolidated Gas .. 183 K 1231;
Corn Products B'i si*
Distilling Securities . 18% jga^
Erie istpid.-:::::: 5S* 2 »*
Goodrich, B. F. ... '>6%
Goodrich. B. P. pf d . 89 5g2
Great Northern pt'd. 127% 127
Illinois Central .... lio% llflKi
Interboro-llet u% 157?
Interboro-Met. pfd.. 61% 6 1%
Lehigh Valley 145 144%
Louis. & Nashville . 137% 137V4
Mex. Petroleum ... 65% 65%
?*?•• Kan. & Texas . 18% 18%
Missouri Pacific ... 26 25%
Nev. Con. Copper . 15% 15%'
New York Central .90% 89%
£t' H. &H. . 69% 69%
Northern Pacific .. 114% 113 ' i
Penna. R. R 111% 11074
Pittsburgh Coal ... 21% nu
Pittsburgh Coal pfd 92 92
Pressed Steel Car . 43% 43s'
Ray Con Copper ... 22% 151,;
****** 166 % I Sb4
Rep. Iron & Steel .. 24 24
Rock Island 4% 3 ty.
Rock Island pfd .. 6% 5%
Southern Pacific ... 95% 95
Southern Railway . 26 *>«r'
Southern Ry. pfd... 81 80%
Tennessee Copper . 35 35
" n ' on D P ? c ' flc 160% 159%
Ft' « «, üb ? er 62 * 61%
U. S. Steel 63% 63^
mu' teel rfd *• 110 * 110%
Utah Copper 57% 57
Va. Car. Chem .... 31% 31%
Western Union Tel.. 62% 62%
Westinghouse Mfg.. 75% 75 '
CHICAGO nOAItn OF TRAnr,
(nrnlahrd by H. W. SNAVELT
A rondo Ilulldlng
Wheat- ChlCaKo> IU - Aprll 3 '
Corn— 87 88 87 *• 87 »
Wf.y 67% 68% 67% 68%
Oats— 68 * 8 68,4 68
ItS? 39 39 38% 38%
l Jul * 39% 39% 39% 39% .
By Associated rress
Chicago, 111., April 3. Hogs Re
st^7nil<i U -00 i o .' ® tro "»- B «'k of sales,
L lgrht ' JS-65(®5.90; mixed
hea , v >'- SS-10(0)8.80; rough.
*B_J"ft?)B.6o; spring. $7.50"*8.75;
.' t e .T"«„ I l? ce,pts - 1.000; strong.
S s in 8 ' ,* 6 ?0® 9 60- Texas steers, $7.20
" 8 -0, stockers and feeders, $5.5007 90-
d 0 ,3 - 65 @ 8 - 40 : calves,
~ she C<? Receints, 9 000; firm Na
tive, $5.4006.90; yearlings, $6.50©7 45-
lambs, native, $7.35<g>8.25? " '
y Associate! Ircss
Philadelphia April 3. Wheat
\f ?' rod ' export, 98
f?l'oi%°' Northern, Duluth, $1.03%
Corn Steady; No. 2 yellow
K a U°??^ 75 ® 75Hc: d - k,,ndrl «<
steady: No - 2 - whlte - «*
! Bran Market steady: winter m>r
j m:6ofe o o°o? 80 - 50: sprlne ' per 'ton
iPSfd - flnT
j 3 # "' l ' ctloners A. U.Boc; Keystone A,
I Butter The market is steady;
western, creamer- extras, 25®26c
nearby prints, fancy, 2»e.
Eggs— The market is firm:
Pennsylvania and other nearby flrsrs
r»nti^? ses ; * o ' B6 por case: d - current
, receipts, free cases, $5.70 ner ease-
extras, fusts, free cases, $5.85
j per case.' flrStS ' freo CaseB ' ♦ 3 - 70
1 wllli'. 6 oultry Steady; fowls. 18
®. >'Oung chickens, 14®20cs
a 7 5 ft/ f.i', old rmwt.
ducks? ' 17 19c; spring
geese, 16<j»We; tUIKe>„.
Dressed Poultry Firrn: fowl*
western. fancy, heavf, "Oc; do
fair to good. 16@18c; do.. light
weights, 12@15c; unattractive, 13
i«l •>,. t° d rotosters, 15c; roast
ing chickens, fancy, 18@20c; broil,
ing chickens, tancy. 24<&3~6c; do., fair
y " capors. large. 23026 c do
»mall. 18@20c; turkeys, fancy. I!o2<c*
nwi"i r ' - 0023 c: duc ' t *- 'i«lko: phi!
Potatoes Firm: New York and
Eastern, per bushel, 80@85c; Western
per bushel, 80@85c; Jersey, per basket!
«o#6oc; Florida, per barrel! $ 0?"' Jo*
Flour The market is weak; winter,
aai. s3.Ksfa4| | i, etraiKUts. lui.n
sylvania, $4.16i&>4.30, western, >4.26i9
4 40 i L pa , ltnls ' s<io«jp4.#o; KanstS
(-tralght lute sacks, $4.20®4.40; •rrIDK.
Hrsu. clear. $4.1004.30: straight* »4«
©4 50: patents, $4.6004,76.
Hay The mai !cet is nrm; tlm
othy. No. 1. large bales, $18.00@18.»';
1 No. 7, medium bales. $17.50018.00' No
•i. $16.5(1 U . 17.60: No. 1 $14.00016/00
.Clover mixed: Light mixed. 116.60Q
17.00: No. 1. do.. $15.fo016.OO; fro. 2; do?,
YOU MUST DIE
someday, when that day la
we do not know. Better
prepare now against the
uncertainty. The Penn
Mutual Issues a SIO,OOO
rollcy which requires but
$115.90 at age 36 Divi
dends reduce cost after
first year. Write for specl
; t '£NN WUTU4L LlF£
IKt •r.'nnil St.
' I [ Isaac Miller, L.-c-aj
I | F. O Donaldson. , Agents
113 1) Send 260 In silver
MOmtsWA or call for Safety
#7l with your name
FM I aud address stamp-
Fft I ed on * Including
I I >Bf >®y rln*.
UI I Made from pure
tzJJ Vf Oerman silver.
v STENCH, WORKS
180 Loeust Street Btrriibdrt, Pa.