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A TELEGRAPH WANT AD Will Sell It Quickly
mouth announcements to- &S*
In one evening the Telegraph reaches more
eyes and ears than Harrisburg old-time heralds
could possibly reach in a month! i
Look to Telegraph Want Ads—The Heralds
of To-day—for items of interest, in. the. for ,
rent, for sale, help wanted, situation wanted
field. " !
JIAI-BI.EIB On April «, 1914, Caroline
K. Halblelb, aged 5! years. 5 months
and J6 days.
Funeral on Thursday, at 2 P. M., from
3 315 James street. Funeral private.
I .OPT - Handbag, la«t Friday, con
taining envelope bearing owner's name,
and money, also account book with
Kuttorf & Straley. New Cumberland.
I "a. Reward If returned to Dives. Pom
oroy & Stewart's office.
I/55T On Saturday, Masonic watch
• harm. Reward if returned to this
office, or L G. Varney, 1610 State
LOST Lady's brooch, net in pearls
■with large pearl In center and large
ferearl extended, Saturday, between 5:30
and 6 o'clock. Reward if returned to
•117 Maclay street.
WANTED Experienced person to
reoair patent leather tips. Steady
■work. Apply W. L Kreider's Sons Mfg.
Co.. Inc.. Palmyra. Pa.
PAPERHANGER. at once; steady
employment. 326 lteily street.
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANT
-IJD. Splendid income assured right
man to act as our representative after
learning our business thoroughly by
mail. Former experience unnecessary.
All we require is honesty, ability, am
bition and willingness to learn a lucra
tive business. No soliciting or travel
ing All or spare time only. This Is an
exceptional opportunity for a man in
your section to get into a big paying
business without capital and become
indfeDendent for life. Write at once for
full particulars. National Co-Opcrattve
Realty Companv. L-919, Marden Build
ing, Washington, D. C.
$76.00 MONTH paid Government Rail
way Mail Clerks. Parcel Post means
many appointments. Harrisburg exami
nations coming. "Pull" unnecessary,
sample questions free. Franklin Insti
tute. Dept. S6l-L, Rochester. N. Y.
• GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy
Tj get. Sty free booklet, Y-372, tells
bow. Write to-day—NOW. Earl Hop
kins. Washington, D. C.
WANTED Automobile expert, to
take charge of shop, one who can make
any kind of a repair job. one who is ex
perienced on electric starting and light
ing system, battery work, vulcanizing,
only experienced men need apply: goou
wages; steady work. Juniata Automo
bile Co., Mlfliintown. Pa.
WANTED Amateur musicians for
orchestra. AT ONCE; any part. Ad
uress W. S. L. cafe of Telegraph.
WANTED Shoe cutters on chil
dren's shoes. Sterling Shoe Co., Wil
DRIVER, experienced, wanted for Ice
cream wagon; must come well recom
mended; married man preferred. Call
between 2 and C o'clock. Walker &
Messlmer, 411 North Second street.
WANTED Men. 1,000 POSITIONS
open. Learn tho barber trade; only
seven weeks required; new system. Di
ploma. Costella A Wise. Barber School.
" Rivington street. New York.
WANTED Man wanted to work on
farm by month or year: no drink.ng
man need apply. Call 1643 North Sixth
Two-story new frame dwelling
with six room* —bath and furnace
'—front and back porches. Lot
17 4XT6 feet. Immediate posses
Price $1,750; easy -terms
South tide of Derry street Just
east of Paxtang avenue.
Two-a/ory frame dwelling with
eight rooms—bath and steam heat.
B%bt 60x282 feet.
At the price we're asking this
property Is a bargain.
Miller Bros. & Neefe
LOCUST AND CO CRT STREETS 1
i! WANTED —At one*, outside shoe
• cutters. Apply Devlne A Yunglo Shoe
I Mfg. Co.. Sixteenth and Elm.
j WANTED Young man to do col
' I leoting for Harrisburg Arm. One hav
j ing experience "referred. Must be able
- to give p00... satisfactory reference as
.1 to character, honesty, etc. State age
i and salary expected. Apply to C.. 543,
! care of Telegraph,
WANTED Young men wanted to
solicit orders among retail trade, de
j liver and collect. Experienced can
vassers. insurance men or advertising
solicitors preferred. Steady work. Good
1 pay. State age and experience. A 1 ref
erences required. Address Box 542,
care of Telegraph.
, 1 111 f |
Wanteds one familiar
I with the retail and
wlsoiesa e grocery !ra£e
and who is able to handle
a district. Call Ccm
: manweaith Hote) s ask for
! C. B. iongstretb,
j SALESMEN for Pennsylvania terrl
j tory to sell the Van Glevkland gas
j lighting system for country homes,
j bungalows, cottages. We Install 12
' lights in your home ready to light for
less than SIOO.OO. 40-candle-power
manle burner* cost ',*o per hour. Dem
onstrations Friday and Saturday even
ings in shop Second and Liberty streets.
Harrisburg, or address Vangleckland
Co.. 110 East Fortieth street, New York
I WANTED A successful Industrial
! Life Insurance producer in Harrisburg
who cafl secure and manage local busi
ness getters. We have a wonderful
proposition for either Industrial or
Fraternal solicitors. Big opportunity
j for the proper man to manage our Har.
IHsburg territory Must be clean cut.
j tactful and suppl ed with strongest en
i dorsements. Salary, commission and
j renewals to the right man. tnsurancc,
I 106 Schiller Building. Chicago.
: WANTED Respectable middle-aged
' woman for general housework; must
be good, plain cook; three in family;
no children; good reference required.
826 Hummel street.
WANTED At once, white woman
cook at Nurses' Home, Mt, Alto. In
quire Room IS4, Capitol.
WANTED Capable white woman
for general housework two In famlly
—must have reference. Apply J149
North Second street.
WANTED Twenty more thorough
: ly experienced operators on power ma
' chines. ' ;*inings' Mfg. Co., 414-416
i Btate street.
WANTED Ai* experienced lady
I stenographer. A ste Wly position for the
•right person. Addres' The Mlfflinburfc
I Buggy Co., Mifflinburg. 4
WANTED Thoroughly exterienceu
' saleswomen for cloak departing, also
dress goods department. In Harr. burg
Department Store. Very good salt.. • to
those with ability. Apply X., 942, c.ire
i WANTED —■ White girl for general
housework; small family; good wages;
references required. Apply 2135 Green
| WANTED Young lady for general
office work. Apply J., 534, tare of
FTFTY experienced operators for
•ewlng on power machlnea; paid while
'etrning. Apply S. Silver. Forster and
J ~owden streets.
WANTED Half-grown girl to as
sist with housework in family of three.
i Call Bell phone BS2J.
WANTED Two young men want
i positions on a farm: willing to do apy
i thing. Answer soon. Kluvan.-ky, care
'of M. Agree. 807 Walnut street, Harrls
j burg. Pa.
WANTED Boy, 15 years old, wishes
I position driving a team. Apply Wll
llam«Keils 558 Woodbine street.
WANTED Situation as collector
! for several days each week, or regular
' ly, with seven years' experience. Ad
dress J. W. Dlehl, 1223 4 North Sixth
WANTED Boy 13 years of age
wants situation in drug store or gro
cery store after school hours. Call, or
! write, 562 Forrest street. City.
I SITUATIONS WANTED—Mate
; WANTED Two strong, reliable.
! energetic, young; men, 18 year* of age,
desire positions of any kind; can fur
i nlsh beat of references tf required- Ad
dress F. W. A.. 408 Chestnut.
WANTED Young man. 18, wants
position of any kind: can furnish ref
erence If required. Inquire of C. M.,
1*37 North Sixth street. Harrlsburg. Pa.
WANTED—MiddIe-aged man desires
work of any kind. Address 0., 638, care
| of Telegraph.
WANTED Middle-aged white man.
i sober and Industrious, would like work
!i of any kind. Address George Gillet,
| Lucknow, Fa.
, WANTED Boy wants situation in
grocery store or as errand boy, after
I school hours. Call, or address, 185
I North Fifteenth street.
| j WANTED A young man wishes a
I position as butler or houseman in prl
livate family: can give reference. Call,
I or address, 118*4 Liberty street. City.
WANTED Young blind man wajits
| wark caning chairs. Call, or address.
1 Nathaniel Branch,, 1418 North Seventh
I street, City.
| SITUATION'S WANTED—FemaIe
WANTED By colored woman,
housecleaning work of all kinds by
day; can give reference. Call, or ad
dress, 340 Cherry avenue.
STENOGRAPHER Young lady, de
sires position as stenographer. Experi
enced and can furnish reference. K„
5-10. care of Telegraph.
WANTED Young girl wishes em
ployment after school. 804 Capital.
WANTED Positions for two per
sons at day's work or by the week.
Call, or write, 34S South Cameron street,
WANTED A reliable white woman
, i wishes a few days' work a week. Ad
l( dress R., 1741 Susquehanna street.
1 WANTED Position as bookkeeper
, or stenographer; live years' experience;
office work of all kinds; now employ -
; ad. Address "Stenographer," 405 Lin-
I coin street. Steelton.
WANTED Middle-aged colored wo
man desires day's work of any kind.
I Call, or address, 583 Primrose avenue.
WANTED —Young, experienced white
woman wants general housework In
small family; reference; suburbs pre
"? ferred. Address Miss H., care of Har
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE No. 1621 Walnut street:
i 8-room frame house and shop In rear;
•tire of lot, 15 f;. by 175 ft; good loca
tion. Price upon Inquiry. J, E. Gipple,
1251 Market street.
FOR SAL.K Ten good houses. Will
sell to colored persons. Situated four
teen squares from Fourth and Market
i streets. Call at corner of Fifteenth
and Regina streets. Office hours from
8 to 10:30 A. M., 1:30 to 3 P. M.
TWO fine homes, will be finished
March 15. Nine rooms and latest and
only practical, common sense bath
room. Strain heated; large front and
back porches; ornamental fixtures
throu-rnout; reception hall; open stair
case; laundry room and stationary
wash tubs; outdoor sleeping chamber
with south side exposure, size 15x8; 11
minutes by trolley to Market Square
For further Information call P. Vander
loo, Masonic Temple Building, Third and
FOR SALE Modern house, all Im
provements, $5,200. Andv 228 Wood- (
REAL ESTATE FOR SAI.E
SPECIAL PRICE INDUCEMENTS TO
QUICK BUYER For 1815 Whitehall
Street. 3-story brick dwelling fronting
on Reservoir Park. A delightful loca
tion. Miller Bros. & Neefe, Locust and
— ' "i
■ ■■ j
FRAME HOUSE, located on Brtggs
street, between Second and Third; 8
rooms and bath. Will be sold at sacri
fice if sold this Spring. Address S. 0.,
No. 1001, care of Telegraph.
HOI'SES FUR SALE IN EXOLA
FOS. 145-147-149 COLUMBIA ROAD.
Most desirable location. Liberal terms.
inquire C. D. Bowman, Owner, 227 Ma
clay Street. Harrisburg.
FOR SALE What is your cash
offer for No. 1632 Wallace street?
Three-story frame house 8 rooms
gas furnace paved streets front
and rear. Former price. $1,500. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE One-acre fruit and
frame dwelling 5 rooms one mile
north of Twentieth and State streets.
Price, $1,650.00. Terms easy—posses
sion at once. Brinton-Packer Co., Sec
and and Walnut streets.
FOR SALE sss Woodbine street
3-story brick and frame 8 rooms and
bath stable on rear lot, 16x110.
Brinton-Packer Co., Second and Wal
SIXTY HOUSES, some new and very
attractive homes; several very good In
vestments. Terms to suit. D. E. Bright
bill, 2 North Court street. Both phones.
FOR SALE No. 2529 Jefferson
street 2 4-story brick and frame
house 7 rooms bath furnace
porch. Price very reasonable. Get our
''For Sale" list. Bell Realty Co., Berg
FOR SALE lnspect 660 Boyd ave
nue for home or investment B-story
brick house 8 rooms bath gas
—furnace porch. Occupied by own
ers. Price, $1,9*0. Bell Realty Co.<
FOR SALE Money-making lodg
ing house or dwelling, on Pine street.
Thirteen rooms and three bath rooms—
recently painted and papered vacant.
Little cash needed. Bell Realty Co.,
FOR SALE Rockville house 9
rooms slate roof frame river
front paved street one minute to
trolley price, $2,250. Apply to Rook
Shirk. Sixth above Division street, Har
FOR SALE 74-acre farm, 1% miles
south of New Cumberland, on Lewis
berry and Llsburn road. Nine-room
house, barn accommodating 22 head of
stock, hog pen. chicken house, butcher
house, wash and spring houses. Every
thing in good repair. Excellent spring
and well. Also two lots 40x105 feet, on
Seventh street, Elkwood. Excellent
home sites. Inquire Caleb A. Drayei,
Twelfth and Bridge streets, New Cum
FOR SALE Modern House,
all improvements, ($5,300), 228
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT -AThree-story brick; all
improvements; Iront porch; No. 259
Delaware avenudk Rental, sl6 per
month. Possession; April 15. Call Bell
phone 3048 L \
FOR RENT—I633I North Third street;
6 rooms and bath.l furnace; 100-102
Short street. 8 and bath; store
■rooms. 110 South Thirteenth street. Ap
ply 430 Walnut street.
FOR RENT Furnished house, ail
Improvements, 116tf Mulberry street, ln-
Suire Roe Apartments, Thirteenth and
>erry streets. ,
Desirable residence, 1503 N.
| Second, in order; side
| entrance; front pjorcli; every con
venience. Steam heated. Vapor
system. Inquire' 210 Pine Street
I Phone 3687. f
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT 4Bl Market street, at
entrance of Subway l3 rooms 2
baths all conveniences suitable
for rooming house rent, SBO.OO, in
cluding steam heat. Apply Chas. Adler,
1002 North Third street.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT
188 ACRES 46 perches farm land, 88
acres mountain land, known as the
"Squire Miller Farm" In West Hanover
Townshtp, Dauphin County, on the
Manada Gap Road, about 4 miles from
Linglestown. Apply Commonwealth
Trust Co.. Real Estate Department. 822
Market street, Harrtsburg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED Single house in town
or city, located near factory or In loca
tion for boardinghouse. Must have fur
nace and water In house. Must be clean
and free from everything. No other but
a boarding location need apply. Ad
dress Box 94, New Cumberland. Pa.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Unfurnished apart
ments for housekeeping, at 1425 Derry
street. Inquire 1423 Derry street.
FURNISHED complete for house
keeping; large Uvlngroom. with alcove;
bay window; bath; hot water; kitchen
ette; ga« range; private meter; bells;
stationary tubs; 816.U0 to |25.00. 1417
FOR RENT Second floor Hat, four
rooms, suitable for light housekeeping.
1223 Market street. Apply on premises
from 7 to 3 P. M.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
rooms, second floor front room, or pleas
ant back room, for man and wife, or
gentleman, In private family: all con
veniences; use of phone; on Hill. Call
Bell phone 3217 J.
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms for
rent; suitable for housekeeping; good
location; moderate rent. Address K.,
532, care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room. 20 North Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT One large furnished
room, facing front and side, with
kitchen privileges. Call at lp4 South
Thirteenth street. City.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
communicating rooms, or separate,
stenm heat, use Of telephone and bath,
with private family. Must give refer
erence. 257 Forster street.
FOR RENT A very desirable room
on the second floor; all conveniences;
use of telephone. Apply corner Fourth
and Chestnut streets.
WANTED Two business women to
share furnished apartment; no house
keeping; verv central; rent reasonable.
Address X., 531, care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT I-rfirgo unfurnished
room; city steam heat; light house
keeping allowed. 719 North Second
Btreet. Apply 513 North Second street.
FURNISHED ROOMS, single or en
suite, all convei ences. including phone;
reference required. Apply 1015 North
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished or
unfurnished rooms; all improvements;
pleasant location; terms reasonable. 809
Forster, opposite Messiah Lutheran
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
in private family; rent reasonable, no
children; gentleman preferred. 1519
North Fifth street.
FOR RENT Two nice, unfurnished
rooms, suitable for light housekeeping;
Hill section. Address R., 541, care of
TWO nicely furnished rooms, for gen.
tlemen, with city heat and use of bath.
Apply 272 Briggs street ______
FURNISHED ROOMS, single or en
suite; all conveniences; use of phone.
209 State street.
ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED
WANTED Young lady desires
room and board In private family, near
Broad street. Address 0., 535, care of
.DESK ROOM WANTED, or small of
fice. Permanent If well located. Loca
tion and terms to "Desk," care of Tele
FOR SALE Grocery Store, good
corner location; all good, clean stock;
good trade; good reason for selling.
Price, fyoo to quick buyer. Address
P., s7fl. care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE—Pair efteap work horses.
Will sell on account of no use for them.
Can be seen at Brown's Blacksmith
Shop. Nineteenth and State streets.
FOR SALE —• Auto, four-passenger,
1913 model, fully equipped; self-starter:
electric light, etc.; new tires; car good
as new. A. H. Krelder, Middletown, Pa.
FOR SALE—Cadillac Roadster, 1910;
first-class condition; guaranteed. Bar
gain to quick buyer. Apply W., 637,
care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Popo Toledo automo
bile, fine condition, stream line body,
tires all practically new, two extra cas
ings. four extra Inner tubes, electric
horn, 128-Inch wheel base, 50-H.-P..
$<50.00. Call 23 North Fourth street
ror further particulars. Bell telephone
FOR SALE Two genuine French
Poodles, age, eight weeks. For further
information inquire 2015 Green street.
100 PER CENT. INVESTMENT
Steel Die Embossed Stationery and
Business Cards—lncreases business
costs, less than printing. Harrisburg
Embossing Plant. 4 North Fifth street.
FOR SALE Horse, wagon and har
ness. Horse, a good time maker;
wagon, strong. Would make good de
livery team. For particulars address
D., 536, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Edison Phonograph,
mahogany record case and records. Ap
ply 20 North Seventeenth street.
BOAT FOR SALE Built of finest fir
and quartar sawed oak lumber. 19 feet
long, seats six people comfortably, will
carry ten safely. Used one season,
needs new skeg and rudder. Roberts
two-cylinder slx-horse-power engine.
Mahogany high grade dash coll, auto
mobile steerer, Baldrldge reverse gear,
aluminum muffler, bronze under-water
exhaust, bronze propellers, 15-gaJ. gal
vanized steel gasoline tank, 6 folding
steel chairs, awning, 2 acetylene search
lights with generator; all brass fittings,
brass name plates, electric horn; cost
about SSOO. a bargain If sold quick.
C. H. Hunter, care Elliott-Fisher Co.
FOR SALE, AT SACRIFICE, IF
taken at once, stock and fixtures
ol general store doing large business in
thriving town. Will prove volume of
business to interested party. Want to
join my husband in Minnesota, reason
for selling. Call and examine stock. M.
C. A. Clouser, Duncannon, Pa.
TRUNKS. Traveling Bags, Suit Ca»es.
Gloves. Sols, Larness and Strap
Leather. Calfskin, Kip. Ur :gula. Waxed
Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample
Cases and Leather Specialties made to
order and repaired. Harrisburg Har
ness and Supply Co.. fecund and Chssl
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms sod
Board and Table Board, at 25c each.
One of these signs will be given with
each slx-tlma order for a classified ad.
If paid In advance. Inquire at Office of
BARRED ROCKS and S. C. B. Mi
norca* from H. Speere, at Speeceville,
Pa., are from leading priae winning
■trains at National snows. Hatching
eggs and cockerels Cur aalo.
USED motorcycles; all make.; over
hauled and In fine condition; guaran
teed to he as represented; call (or dem
onstration. Heagy Bros., 1104 Nortb
FOR SALE—Bulck, Apperson and
Pullman touring cars. In good condi
tion; very cheap. Would make good
business cars. Apply 413-417 South
FOR SALE—Maxwell Mercury Road
ster, excellent condition; a bargain. Ap
ply 413-417 South Cameron street. City.
EXTRACTED CLOVER HONEY, *2 I
per gallon. sl.lO per one-half gallon,
delivered by parcel post. Sample, 10c.
L K. Hostatter, Route 6, Li tit 2, Pa. .
ONE font of 10 pt. and one font of
12 pt. O. S.. with Antiquo Linotype :
Matrices. The Telegraph Printing Co., i
FOR SALE A 1200.00 safe, goodsas
new. with double doors, at 185.00. Call |
at No. 7 Soutli Market Square. Harris
burg, Pa. j
HATCHING EGOS from vigorous, j
heavy-laying, farm-raised White Leg- ;
horns, from the best egg-laying strain '
in America, 11.00 per fifteen, 15.00 per
hundred. Max Lauffer. Middletown. Pa
FOR SALE Up-to-date reed Pull
man baby coach, In good condition. Will
be sold at reasonable price. Can be
seen at 1127 Capital street.
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business Office.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE! OR EXCHANGE
WELL LOCATED LOTS In the Tenth
Ward I some of them on paved street.
Will exchange for Improved property.
An exceptional opportunity for a
builder. Calk and Inspect blue print. F.
R. Oyster, Truatee, care ef Telegraph
TWO desirable offices in the
Union Trust Building; possession
at once. Apply Union Ttust Co.
FOR RENT Desirable offices In the
Telegraph Building, singly or en-aalte.
Inquire at Business office.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
secured at the Telegraph Business
WELL-LOCATED store room, 26x69,
also small room, 12x30, suitable for
barber shop or small business, on West
High street. Ellzabethtown, Pa. Pos
session Immediately. Inquire J. H.
Levenight. Ellzabethtown, Pa.
FOR RKNT Store room 1200 North
Third street; 33x100; 14-foot celling;
one of the best roonn In the city. Ap
ply J. S. Slble, 256 Herr street.
FOR RENT Furnished offices of
the late Dr. Paul A Hartman. Apply
614 North Third street.
TYPEWRITER FOR RENT Brand
new visible Oliver typewriter, by month
or week. Terms, 12.00 per month. Ap
ply to J. J. M„ 1939 North Second street.
Exclusive control. Splendid selling
household article. Send ten cents for
sample; money returned if not satis
factory. Saiumis Mfg. Co., Philadelphia,
ANT Intelligent person can earn good
income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send tor par
ticulars. Press Syudlcate, 798, Lock
port, N. Y.
I MADE $60,000 in Ave years In the
mall order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock. 356 Lockport, N. Y.
FOR SALE —At Gable's, 111 and
117 South Seoond street, 5,000 gallons
New Bra ready mixed Paint: Acme
quality. Also the full line -of the Acme
FOR SALE At Gable's, 113, 116 and
117 South Second Btreet, 5,000 sets new
Sash, Bxlo, 12 L. primed and glaled, at
$1.15 per set. Also other sizes.
AN investment of from one to five
thousand dollars will secure connection
with a profitable, growing business.
Services paid for and large return on
capital. Address Box K, 527, care of
W. J. WENRICH, 339 Hamilton street
—Furniture, china and piano packing.
Shipments looked after at both ends.
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
K. W. LATHE, Hoarding Stable nod
National Transfer Co. Movers of
pianos, safes, boilers and general haul
ing. H. W. Lathe, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No.
Harrisburg Paste Works
1241 X. Cameron Street
PAPERHANGERS', billposters' book
binders' and all klnda of paste. Prompt
shipment. All paste guaranteed. Bell
phone 1186 L.
FOR falling hair try Gross' Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 M„rket
street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell,
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
efTorts Insure your satisfaction. 8. N.
Gluck, 320 Woodbine street.
WE furnish music for all social
events. Small combination for hous*
Sartles as low as $2.60. Address
embra Mandolin Club, P. O. Box 48$,
NOTICE TO BUILDERS
C. HENRY, Architect and Builder,
will save you money. Bungalows a
specialty. 704 South Twenty-fourth
Btreet. Bell phone 1675 J.
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate
security In any amounts and upon any
terms to suit borrower. Address P. O.
Box 174, Harrisburg, Pa.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN SIOO,OOO to loan
In amounts of SI,OOO and up on first
mortgage on city property, repayable
monthly or Installments. Debt cancel
ed and mortgage satisfied on death of
borrower. W. C. How land. Room 405,
PROFIT-SHARING LOAN SOCIETT
WE HAVE ORIGINATED a new plan
of loaning money by which borrowers
share profits of lenders. Legal rates,
easy terms, confidential. Offices. Rooms
t-7. » Norrh Market Square
CARD OE THANKS
MR. F. W. DIFFENDERFER AND
DAUGHTER wish to thank their
friends and neighbors for the kindness
shown during their sad bereavement In
the deatlf of Mrs. F. W. Dlffenderfcr.
IN sad remembrance of my dear
mother, Rachael A. Thompson, who de
parted this life on® year ago to-day,
April 8. 1913.
The depth of my sorrow no one can
At the loss of one I love so well.
But while she lies in peaceful sleep
Her sacred memory I shall always keep.
CARRIED BELOW 200
Reading and Lehigh Run Up a Point on Movement Caus
ing Increase of Covering on Other Stocks
By Associated Press
New York, April 8. The wide break
in Canadlain Pacific, which carried it
below 200 for the lirst time in several
years was the chief development of the
morning session, although it affected
the rest of the market to only a slight
degree. While the tendency was down
ward, for a time, losses were limited to
half a point or so in most cases.
there was a recovery when the
coalers began to show the stimulating
effect of Lackawanna's victory in the
anti-trust suit. Reading and Lelilgh
were run up about a point on this move
ment. causing an Increase of covering
In other stocks. Trading was on a con
siderably larger scale, the forenoon
total being nearly four times yester
days amount In the corresponding
Bonds were steady.
Furnlahed by 11. W. SNAVBI.V
New York, April 7.
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines . 24% 2 4 "St
Amal. Copper 77 76%
American Can 29% 29%
Am. C. & F 50% 50%
Am. Ice Securities.. 30% :io%
Am. Locomotive ... 34 34
American Smelting . 6a 09
American Sugar ... 100% 100%
American T. & T. .. 122 % 122 %
IN 8-story brick building, rear 408
Household goods In clean, private
room*. Heaaenable ratea. Apply to
P. G. Dleuer. Jeweler. 408 Market St.
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
large brick warehouses, built ex
rressly for storage. Private room*
or household goods and unexcelled fa-
I cUlties for storing all kinds of mer
chandise. Low storage ratea South
i St and Penna. R. R.
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms, $1 to )3. Wagons, 75 cents
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co- 411
Broad street. Both phones.
PROPOSAL FOR BUILDING
Office of the Board o£ Commissioners of
Public Grounds and Buildings, Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, Harrls
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed until 12 o clock noon, of Tuesday,
April 14, 1814, for furnishing all labor
and material necessary to erect a new
fireproof main building on the State
Arsenal Grounds, a-t Eighteenth and
Herr Streets, Harrlsburg. Penna., as
called for In specifications and draw
ings prepared by the Board of Public
Grounds and Buildings.
Specifications and drawings may be
secured by prospective bidders by ap
plying to the Superintendent of Public
Grounds and Buildings, Capitol Build
ing, Harrlsburg Pa.
Proposals shall be In sealed envelope,
marked "Proposals for State Arsenal
SAMUEL B. RAMBO,
Superintendent of Public Grounds and
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES
PENNSYLVANIA STATE LUNATIC
Harrlsburg, Pa., April ts, IKI4.
SEALED HROFOBALK wW be re
ceived by the Board of Trustees at the
Hospital until 10 o'clock A, M., May 5.
1914, to furnish all supplies to
the Pennsylvania Lunatic Hos
pital, for the year beginning Jur.e 1,
1914. Blank forms for proposals will
be furnished on application to
11. L ORTH, M. D„
In the estate of Eliza B. Hummel, de
NOTICE Is hereby given that Letter*
Testamentary have been duly granted
by the Register of Wills of Dauphin
County, Pennsylvania, in the estate of
Eliza B. Hummel, late of the City of
Hnrrleburg, said county, deceased, to
Eliza Hummel Macdonaldt Helen Rav
Donaldson, V. Lome Hummel and John
A. Herman, of Harrlsburg, in said
State, and all persons who are indebted
to said estate are requested to make
payment without delay, and all persons
who have lawful claims against the
same, are required to make the same
known without delay to the under
ELIZA HUMMEL MACDONALD,
105 S. Front Street;
HELEN RAY DONALDSON, #
V. LORNE HUMMEL
107 S. Front Street;
JOHN A. HERMAN.
333 Market Street,
March IS, 1914.
I HEREBY' contradict the statement
made in last night's paper by by hus
band, H. W. Shoemaker, as he left me.
MRS, H. W. SHOEMAKER.
MY wife, Mrs. H. W. Shoemaker, hav
ing left my bed and board without just
cause, I hereby notify all persons not
to harbor nor trust her on my account,
as 1 will not pay any debts contracted
H. W. SHOEMAKER.
NE W SUBURBAN HOM
These modern homes are loccated on the south side of Botler
Ave., east of Lome St., Lemoyne. 2-story bricks, 7 rooms and bath
each; cemented cellars; chestnut finish down stairs, cypress up
stairs, electric lights, combination gas and coal range, steam heat,
concrete front porch, papered throughout. Lot 35x150, granolithic
walks. Properties must be seen to be appreciated.
Price, $2700 each.
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STS.
Anaconda 85% 3 5 >4
Atchison 97 97
Baltimore & Ohio .. 89% 89%
Brooklyn R. T 92 % 92 %
California Petroleum 26 V* 25%
Canadian Pactflc ... 203 200
Central Leather ... 35 35
Chesapeake & Ohio. 64% 63%
C. M. & St. P 101 101
Chino Con. Copper . 42 >,4 42%
Col. F. & 1 32 132
Corn Products .... 9 9
Erie 29 % 29%
Goodrich, B. F 27 25%
Ot. N. pfd. xd 1%.. 125% 125%
Great Nor. Ore subs. 33% 34
Interboro-Met. pfd.. 61% 61%
Lehigli Valley 144% 145
Mex. Petroleum ... 67 <57
Missouri Pacific ... 25% 25%
New York Gentral .89% 90
N. Y.. N. H. &H. . 09% 69%
Norfolk & Western. 104 104%
Northern Pacific ... 114% 114%
Pacific Mail 25 25
Penna. R. H 110% 110%
People's Gas & Coke 123 123
Pittsburgh Coal .... 20% 20%
Pressed Steel Car . 43% 43%
Ray Con. Copper .. 22 % '22%
Reading 165% 165%
Rock Island 3% 3%
Rock Island pfd .. 6 % 5 %
Southern Pacific .. 94% 94%
Southern Railway . 25% 25%
Tennessee Copper . 34% 34%
Texas & Pacific ... 16% 16%
Texas Company ... 144% 142%
Union Pacific 159% 159%
U. S. Rubber 60% 60%
U. S. Steel 63 Vb 63
U. S. Steel pfd 110% 110%
[Utah Copper 57 57
Va. Car. Chern .... 31 31
Western Union Tel.. 62% 62%
Westinghouso Mfg.. 74% 74%
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADB
Furnished by H. W. SXAVELY
Chicago, 111., April S.
May no% 90% 90% 90%
July 86% 86% 86% 86%
May 68% 69% 68% 69%
Julyj 68% 69% 69% 68%
May 39% 39% 39% 39%
July 39% 10 39% 39%
By Associated rress
Chicago, 111., April 8. Hogs Re
ceipts, 18,000; strong. Bulk of sales,
$8.80®8.85; light, $8.70®8.90; mixed,
$email@example.com; heavy. $8.40® 8.87 % ; rough,
$8.40®8.55; pigs, $7.65 <R &.70.
Cattle Receipts, 11,000; steady.
Beeves, $6.95® 9.56; Texas steers, $7.25
®8.30; stockers and feeders, $5.60®
8.10; cows and heifers, $5.70®8.60;
Sheep Receipts, 20,000; strong. Na
tive. $5.35®6.86; yearlings, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
lambs, native, $6.30® 8.10.
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, April 8. Wheat
Steady: No. 2, red, export, 47%®
98c; No. 1. Northern, Duluth, ex
port, $1.02® 1.03%.
Corn Firm; No. 2, yellow,
natural, local. 76®76%c; do., kiln dried,
Oats Steady; No. 2, white, 45%
Bran—Market steady; winter, per
ton, *3o.ou® 30.50; spring, per ton,
Refined Sugars Market steady;
powdered, 4.00 c; fine granulated, 3.DOc;
confectioners' A, 3.80 c; Keystone A,
Butter The market la firm;
western, creamery, extras, 26C; nearby
prints, fancy, 29c.
Eggs The market is firm;
Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts,
free cases, SB.OO per case; do., current
: receipts, free cases, $5.85 per case:
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $6.00
per case; do., firsts, free caßes, $5.85
I per case.
Live Poultry Steady! rowlg. 15
® 21c; young chickens, 14®20c;
toiiinc 'Hicketis. I6%ftjlir. old roost
ers, 12(jJ13c; ducks, 17@19c; spring
ducks, 18®20c; geese, 15® 17c; turkeys,
19 & 2oc ,
Dressed Poultry Firm; fowls,
western. fancy, heavy, JOC; do.,
fair to good, heavy, 20c; do.,
weights, 12® 15c; unattractive, 13
©l6c; old roiosters, 16c; roast
ing chickens, fancy, 18®20c; broil
ing chickens, fancy, 24@S JCj do., fair,
18® 19c; capors, large, J3®26e; d*_
•mall, 18 0 20c; turkeys, fancy, 21®16c;
do , felr. 20®23c; ducks, 11® lie; geesa.
Potatoes Firmer; New York and
! Eastern, per bushel, 85®90c; Western,
per bushel. 86® 90c.; Jersey, per basket,
20®50c; Florida, per barrel, $.00A'7,60.
; Hour—The market Is steady; winter,
clear. $3.86®4.10, straignt*. I'fcnn-
I sylvanta, $4.16@4.J0: western, $4.25i9
I 4.40; patents. $4.50®4.90; Kansas
lute sacks. »4.20®« 4ft: s-Hn*
[firsts, clear, $4.00®4.20; straights's4.2o
®4.40; patents, $1.50® 4.75.
| Hay The ma: :et Is firm; tim
, othy. No. 1, large bales. slß.oo® 18.5 t ;
I No. 1, medium bales, f 17.60® 18.00; No.
. I. $16.50® 17.60; No. 3. sl4.uu® 16.00
Clover mixed: IJght mixed, |li.so@
(17.00; No. 1, do., $15.50® 16.00; No. 2, do.,