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THROUGH i TELEGRAPH WANT ADS
More than 100,000
people read the Telegraph
every evening. Per
haps this is more than
would pass your empty
house in a year.
IRNER On May 6, 1914, at 3:40 P. M.
Sarah A., widow of the late Martin
M. Orner. , . .
Relatives and friends are Invited to
ttend the funeral services on Friday
fternoon. at 2 o'clock, at the home of
er son, William F. S. Orner 1412 State
treet. Burial private. Kindly omit
V'ENRICK On Tuesday. May 5, 1914,
Frederick Wenrick. found dead in
bed at home of his daughter, Mrs.
James Wolfe, 1534 Wallace street,
aged 74 years.
Funeral on Friday. May S. at -
clock, from home of his daughter,
Irs. James Wolfe, 1531 Wallace street,
he relatives and friends are invited to
ttend without further notice. Burial
t East Harrlsburg Cemetery.
•RY On May 6, 1914. Adaline M„
widow of William H. Fry, aged 66
years. _ „
Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at -
'clock, from residence of James B.
lersereau. 1904 North Second street,
he relatives and friends are invited to
ttend without further notice. Burial
TARTMAN On May 4, 1914. Mary
L. Hartman, of 801 North Third
street, aged 3S, wife of Dr. G. W.
•Funeral services will be private on
Mursday evening, at S o'clock. The
lj|v will l»e viewed between the hours
H'> and 7 o'clock Thursday evening.
■ body will be taken to Littlestown
IKLE On Tuesday morning, May 5,
1914, Mrs. Jessie Irene Bikle, wife of
W. D. Bikle, aged 32 years, 5 months
and 23 days.
Funeral services Friday afternoon, at
P. >l., from her mother's residence,
18 North Arch street, Mechanicsburg.
urial Mechanicsburg Cemetery. Rela
ves and friends are invited to attend
ithout further notice.
LOST Black and tan pup, with
atlier collar. Reward If returned to
1 North Fourth street.
LOST About one month ago, either
ii Filbert, near South, or on South,
ear Filbert street, bunch of keys. Re
ard of SI.OO if returned to Telegraph
HELP WANTED— MaIe
WANTED Two good carpenters,
pply J. W. Wanbaugli. Contractor and
uilder, 459 North Second street, Steel
WANTED Steelton firm wants
young man to collect accounts, etc.
Must have good habits and be able
to give references.' State age, sal
ary expected and where formerly
employed. Address R., 650, care of
WANTED Twenty Union Plastei
s, ten hod-carriers, building at Chani
;rsburg. on about May 18. Write L
Johnson, 406 North Howard street,
MEN 20 to 40 years old wanted at
ice for Electric Railway Motormen
id Conductors; S6O to SIOO a month;
> experience necessary; fine opportu
ty; no strike; write immediately for
>plicatlon blank. Address Box 820,
.re of Telegraph.
WANTED A young man able to
in transit and take charge of corps;
ate experience and salary expected.
Idress P. O. Box 716.
WANTED Experienced leather up
r cutter wanted in small canvas glove
anufacturing plant. Chance to make
.50 to $3.00 per day. Call at 766 South
llrd street. Steelton, Pa. Get oft car
cond and HofTer streets.
One mile south of Grantham Siu
lon on Reading: Railroad. Eleven
rdles from Harrlsburg.
LEVEL IRONSTONE SOIL
Five-room frame house in good
:ondition —slate roof.
Frame ground barn and usual
100 Grape vines
50 Bartlett pear*
75 Kiefer |H'arn
60 Sour clierry
•to Sweet cherry
700 Raspberry (young)
150 Apple (hearing)
50 Peach (2 years)
17 Apple (2 years)
25 Young pear
2 Budded chestnut
All Budded Fruit
Prompt possession if you do
After a personal inspection of
Ills property by one of our farm
epresentatlves we recommend It to
Wilier Bros. & Neefe
Locust and Court Streets
An empty house is always a
source of expense to the owner
—it's a good deal the same
proposition as investing in
horses and feeding them with
out getting any work in return.
An empty house brings in no
interest 011 the investment and
invites depredations 011 the
part of boys and others.
You can people your empty
house through the Use of Tele
graph WANT ADS at a very
small outlay in ccntr not
Call Bell 2040
| WANTED—Experienced waiter, white.
Good wages paid. Apply at once.
! Vanderau s Restaurant. Chambersburg,
' WANTED Experienced white wo-
I man for general housework; must be
flrst-class. Apply at 2115 North Third
Two Salesladies required in the
Shirtwaist Department of The
W in. B. Schleisner Store.
! TWENTY MORE thoroughly experi
enced operators on power sewing ma
chines. Jennings' Manufacturing Co.,
[ 414-416 State street.
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.
j WANTED —White girl for cook and
! general housework, to go to country.
German preferred. Apply 611 North
1 WANTED Girls or women to sew
canvas gloves: easy to learn; pay good
wages while learning—Saturday after
noon off. Call 766 South Third street,
Steelton, Pa. Get oft car Second and
HELP W ANTED—MuIe and Female
WANTED White man for garden,
or man and wife, on small countrv
i place: must have had some experience.
Apply at once. 115 South Front street.
I WANTED Man or woman of char
! acter and ability to take charge of of
| flee on salary. Must invest J 1,000 to
| $2,000. Properly secured. Established
| business. No triflers. Address 633, care
SITUATIONS WANTED —Male
' WANTED sy a young, married
| man. work in evenings or Saturday
I afternoons. Can do clerical work. Good
reference. Address "R. H. W., care of
I WANTED Postion as chauffeur;
experienced; can do own repairing. Ap-
I ply Box H. 656, care of Telegraph.
] WANTED Reliable, young man
would like to have position of any kind.
| Apply A. S. Herman, care of Post
i WANTED By colored man. work
as porter or Janitor. Address A., 645,
care of Telegraph.
WANTED Young man, 20 years of
age, desires clerical position. Knowl
edge of i;ookkeeping, shorthand and
typewriting. Address K., 643, care of
WANTED Middle-aired woman de
sires day's work or nursing. Call, or
j address, 609 Cumberland stret.
I WANTED Woman wants work of
any kind, day's work, housecleaning or
! general housework. Call, or address,
| 1322 North Seventh street.
| WANTED Colored woman desires
day's work of any kind. Call, or ad
dress. 1329 North Fourth street.
I WANTED Half-grown colored girl
| wants work between school hours. Ap
j ply 1230 North Seventh street.
! WANTED Colored women want
general housework. Apply 1404 Fulton
WANTED Colored girl wants to
assist in genera, housework. Apply
i 1404 Fulton street.
, WANTED —By colored woman, day's'
| work of any kind. Address 137 Balm
WANTED—Competent woman wants
position as housekeeper: city preferred.
; Address Box 25. Penbrook, Pa.
WANTED Washing and Ironing to
I do at home, or cleaning bv the dav.
lir.ti Adams street, Steelton, Pn.
WANTED -- Toung woman would
like a plac» to keep house for respect
| able widower. Do not object to one
child. Answers can be 3ent to 405
! Broad street.
! WANTED White woman wishes
washing and ironing to do at home. Ad
j dress 1312 Wallace street.
i REAL ESTATE FOR SALB
FRAME HOUBE, Iccated on Briggs
street, between Seco and Third; 8
rooms and bath. Will be sold at sacri
fice If sold this Spring. Address S. O.
No. 1001, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE 6OS Boas street—2 H
story brick and frame dwelling 4
rooms first floor 3 rooms second floor
—finished attic. Price, $2,700. M. A.
Fought. 272 North street.
FOR SA ..E lOO Acres three and
one-half i.illes northwest of Llngles
town two-and-one-half-story frame
dweling 6 rooms bank barn
good condition variety of fruit
well, spring, and running water. Price,
$2,300.00. Brinton-Packer Co., Second
and Walnut streets.
FOR SALE 2448 N. Sixth St.
two-and-one-half-story frame dwelling
—6 rooms, bath and furnace front
and rear porch lot, 20x15./ single
property. Brinton-Packer Co., Sfcond
and Walnut streets.
FOR SA I,R No. 354 South Thir
teenth Htreet iH for s«a]e at a reaaonable
price: 3-atory brick: 8 rooms: bath;
gas; furnace: porch; desirable location.
Bel! Realty Co., Beigner Building.
I REAL ESTATE FOR KALE
WHY not live In Elizabethtown. Pa.?
A totvn which has all city conveniences,
frood markets, splendid train and trol
ey service. Houses with all modern
conveniences for tale or rent. Call on,
or address, J. H. Uuch, Elizabethtown,
COTTAGE FOR SALE Olt RENT 6
rooms furnished large porches—.
located In grove near railroad with
good train service. Price and particu
lars at Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build
PINE STREET PROPERTY FOR
SALE Now vacant IS rooms and
3 bathrooms gas and electric light—
city steam heat No. 125 Pine street.
Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building.
1100 REDUCTION on the price of No.
1512 Hunter street. Should interest
you; » rooms, bath, gas, furnace, porch;
lot, 20x100. Hell Realty Co., Bergner
RHAIi ESTATE FOR SALE
SOUTHWEST CORNER Boas and
Capital streets, two-and-one-half-story
frame, 7 rooms and store room; lot,
14 ft. by 80 ft. Apply 110 Boas street.
FOR SALE 622 Boas street 2 Vi
ctory brick and frame dwelling 4
rooms first floor 3 rooms second
floor llnished attic. Price, $2,250. M.
A. Fought, 272 North street.
INVESTMENT properties for sale
New brick houses; 6 rooms; bath; fur
nace; cemented cellars; rent at sl3 per
month. Price, $1,460. Bell Realty Co.,
FOR HALE 3-storv brick dwelling,
No. 4OS He;'r street; 4 rooms first floor—
-3 rooms ar.d bath second floor 2 large
roon-.s third tloor. Price. $2,600. M. A.
Fought, 272 North street.
FOR SALE Twenty large lots. 118
xl2o ft., at from $3 to $6 per front foot,
overlooking Harrlsburg. Good soil, air,
water and neighbors. Call Bell phone
FOR SALE S-story brick dwelling:
—629 Hamilton street— 3 rooms first
floor and kitchen 3 rooms and bath
second floor 2 rooms third floor.
Price, $2,500. M. A. Fought, 272 North
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT No. 50 North Thir
teenth street, three-story brick house:
desirable corner property. Well built.
Stands alone. Cemented cellar. All
improvements. Inquire No. 54 North
FOR RENT 22IS Atlas street; all
improvements; rent, sls per month.
Call Frank B. Wickersliam, Bergner
1024 S. 18TH STREET, 2%-story
brick and stucco S rooms bath
steam heat lot. 60x100 feet—Miller
Bros. & Neefe, Bell phone 1595.
FOR RENT 709 North Sixth street,
three-story brick dwelling; all conveni
ences. Inquire Dr. B. S. Beliney, 202
I-ocust street. Rent, $35.00. May be
rented furnished until September 14.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
SUITE of three unfurnished rooms
private bath and kitchen, including
range; fronting on Second street: ien
traly located. Apply Penna. Realty &
Improvement Co., 132 Locust street.
UNFURNISHED housekeeping apart
ment; fronting on Locust street; four
rooms and bath; also complete kitchen
facilities for cooking, etc. Storage
locker in basement. Apply Penna.
Realty Co., 132 Locust street.
Apartments—Derry Block, 14th
and Derry Streets.
FOR RENT—Finest furntshed apart
ments in the city,) singly or en-suite,
The Conway. 131 Walnut street. For
merly next Orpheum Theater.
FOR RENT Apartment third
f100r—225 North Second street—6 rooms
—bath steam heat hot water
possession at once. Miller Bros. &
Neefe, Locust and Court streets.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
second and third floor front rooms with
all conveniences, including use of bath
and phone. Reference required. Ap
ply 1426 North Second street.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
second story front; bay window; elec
tricity and gas; telephone; suitable for
one or two persons. Kent reasonable.
Apply 271 Briggs.
FOR RENT By the night or
month, the finest rooms in Harrlsburg,
single or en suite. Laßelle Apart
ments, 204 Locust street, next door to
Orpheum. Steam heat, electricity,
baths- Newly furnished throughout.
Apply C. Gaeta, Merchant Tailor, 212
FURNISHED ROOMS, single or en
suite, all conveniences. Including phone;
reference required. Apply 1015 North
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
on second floor; use of bath and phone.
Prices, $1.25, $1.50. $2.00 per week. Ap
ply 1514 Susquehanna street.
FOR RENT One nicely furnished
room for gentleman; use of bath anu
phone. 302 Cumberland street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, for light housekeeping, on Hill;
nine minutes' walk from Square. Also
room for young lady. Inquire Box 653,
care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT Four unfurnished sec
ond floor rooms; good location; use of
phone. Apply Shoe Store, 1602 Derry
FOR RENT Newly furnished
rooms; all conveniences; use ot plionc,
209 State street, or phone 1543 L
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; all conveni
ences; use of Bell phone. Call ICS9L.
FOR RENT Two large, furnished
rooms, on first floor, suitable for light
housekeeping. 719 North Sixth street.
FOR RENT Parlor, dinlngroom,
kitchen and three bedrooms; use of
bath and front pordh, good residential
section. Address Box J., 635, care of
FOR RENT Newly furnished front
rooms, facing Capitol Park; hot and
cold running water in each room; elec
tric light; use of phone and bath. Ap
ply Robinson Apartments, 410 North
FOR RENT Third floor Hoffman
Apartments, Fifth and Market streets.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms on second floor for lignt house
keeping, with privilege of porches, use
of bath. Address X., 649, care of Tele
FOR RENT Two unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping; .third
floor; Hill district. Address M., 655,
care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnishea
rooms for light housekeeping; all con
veniences; rent reasonable. Apply 621
North Second street. Bell telephone
FOR RENT Furnished or unfur
nished rooms, suitable for light house
keeping; all conveniences. Inquire at
1432 Berryhill street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnish
ed rooms, for gentlemen, with city heat
and use of bath. Apply 272 Briggs
FOR RENT Pleasant, furnished
front room: modern conveniences; use
of phone. 501 North Front street.
FOR RKNT Furnished rooms and
boarding by meal, day or week. Apply
1001 North Second street, corner BOM
and Second streets.
WANTED Refined young lady de
sires room, with ov without board, In
private family. Address D., 652, care of
ADDITIONAI» ROOMS WANTED FOR
REPRESENTATIVES OK THE GRAND
LODGE OK ODD EELI.OWS WHICH
MEETS IN THIS CITY MAY lit TO 21.
NOTIFY EITHER OF THE UNDER
SIGNED AND STATE NV'MUEII THAT
CAN HE ACCOMMODATED AND THE
PRICE PER NIGHT.
GEO. C. McCAHAN.
2210 NORTH FOURTH STREET.
JOHN S. SPICEH,
WANTED 2OO bushels seed pota
toes. State lowest price, quality, va
riety. Address Adams & Ballon, Gen
eral Delivery, Halifax, Pa.
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business Office.
FOR SALE At sacrifice, if taken at
once; stock and fixtures of general store
doing large business, in thriving town.
Will prove volume of business to in
terested party. Want to Join my hus
band in Minnesota, .reason for selling.
Call and examine stock. M. C. A.
Clouser, Duncannon. Pa.
FOR SALE Motorcycle, No. 2 In
dian. two-cylinder, free engine, fully
equipped and guaranteed to be in first
class condition. Apply 1622 Allison,
FOR SALE City milk route hand
ling from 45 to 48 gallons per day. Ad
dress M., 641, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE One 1913 Motorcycle,
fully equipped; price reasonable; easy
terms. 1317 Derry street.
TRUNKS. Traveling Bags. Suit Cases,
Gloves. Sole, Harness and Strap
Leather, Calfskin, Kip Dongola, Waxed
Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample
Cases and Leat'\er Specialties made to
order and repa red. Harrisburg Har
ness and Suppl) Co., Second and Chest
FOR SALE One blacK mare, one
delivery wagon, one carriage, single o*
double-seated: one set harness. Price,
<2OO for whole outfit. Address 431
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms. Rooms and
Board and Table Board, at 25c each.
One of these signs will be given with
eacn six-time order for a classified ad.
if paid in advance. Inquire at Office of
USED motorcycles; all makes; over
hauled and in fine condition; guaran
teed to be as represented; call for dem
onstration. Heagy Bros., 1204 North
FOR SALE Four-cylinder, twenty
horse-power runabout for sale at a bar
gain. Address P. O. Box 191.
FOR SALE Complete vestibule, in
cluding outside hood, and stone steps.
Also rails and balustrades for open
hardwood stairway, and bricks and
building stone to give away. Apply
509-511 North Fourth Street, where
buildings are being removed.
C. W. H. LANGL.ETZ, wholesale and
retail rough and dressed lumber. Bell
phone 1353. J. Office and yards: Cam
eron and Mulberry streets.
FOR SALE A barber shop furni
ture complete, with five chairs of
maple wood. Payment half cash and
half on trust. Apply 1325 Fulton
street, Harrisburg, Pa.
FOR SALE Ford Roadster with
rumble seat and box. suitable for light
delivery. Apply Jos. S. Poulton, 307
Market street, third floor.
I'OR SACK ll good S. C. \V. Leg
horn hens of good egg-laying strain.
Corning strain. Also hatching eggs at
75e per setting of 15 eggs. Call, or ad
dress, George E. Anderson, 152 West
Curtin street, Penbrook, Pa. P. O.
FOR SALE Hand-made canoe; just
built. A bargain to quick buyer—s;!§.oo.
Acme Sign Co., 26 North Third street,
FOR SALE Several makes of used
motorcycles in different models; all
in first-class condition. West End Elec
tric and Cycle Co., Green and Maclay
FOR SALE Two hundred and
fifty tons of Ice. Buyer can have priv
ilege of keeping the ice at its present,
storage place. Will sell very cheap.
Apply 901 South Twentieth street. City.
Bell phone 1062 W.
1913 Regal Roadster will
demonstrate in good running
order tires in good shape—will
sell at a bargain. C. M. Hoft'er,
care of Hoffer & Garman, 230 S.
FOR RENT Room for motorcycle
in garage rear of 316 Broad street
SI.OO per month. Apply at Hoerner's,
316 Broad street.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
secured at the Telegraph Business
FOR RENT Store room at 1014
Market street. 100 ft. deep and 20 ft.
front. Suitable for pool room or fur
niture store. Get key at 1018 Market
from George Weist.
FOR RENT Two-story warehouse,
Cowden street near Market. Elevator;
railroad siding; 5,000 sq. ft. Slcor space.
Possession June 1. Apply C. F Gohl
1003 North Second street. Bell' phone
Desk room for rent, in one of
the new office buildings in this
city, all conveniences. Address,
K 646, care of Telegraph.
FOR ntXT Desirable office* ID the
Telegraph Building. »'«Kly or na auite.
luqulrc at lluslneaa Office.
FOR RENT Two-story garage,
with water and sewer, rear 1630 Regina
street. Will accommodate two cars. J.
E. Gipple, 1251 Market street.
FOR RENT Store room 1200 North
Third street; 33x100; 14-foot ceiling;
one of the best rooms In the city. Ap
ply J S. Slble, 256 TTerr street.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OK EXCHANGES
WELL LOCATED LOTS In the Tenth
Ward; aome of them on paved street.
Will exchange for Improved property.
An exceptional opportunity for a
hullder. Call and Inspect blue r
F. R. Oyster, Truatee, care of Telegraph
ANT lr el ;gent person can earn good
Income corresponding for newspapers,
experience unnecessary. Send tor par
ticulars. Press Syndicate. 798, Lock
port. N. T.
I MADE $50,000 in five years in the
mall order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock, 355 Lockport, N. Y.
HIGHEST PRICES paid for Old Gold
and Silver, Watches and Jewelry. Or
will exchange for new Jewelry. Jos.
D. Brenner, Jeweler. 80S North Third
street. Bell phone 626 L
FOR SALE —At Gable's, ill and
117 South Second street, 6,000 gallons
New Era ready mixed Paint; Acme
quality. Also the lull line of the Acme
BUYING WAS OF POOR
QUALITY IN MARKETS
U. S. Steel Was Relatively Firm in Wall Street; Bonds Are
Hy .4sscciatcti Press
New York. May 7. Buying was of
poor quality and traders were inclined
to sell on rnllies. Experimental offer
ings brought out no large volumes of
long stock, but the undertone was
heavy through the morning, despite
occasional rallies. Advices from the
steel trade were conflicting.
United States Steel was relatively
firm, notwithstanding the expectations
that the forthcoming tonnage figures
will make a poor showing. Imminence
of this statement, as well as the copper
and crop reports, tended to restrict
speculation. Low-priced shares re
flected more or less weakness. Missouri
Pacific, in particular, was sold on ac
count of the delay In bringing forth
the new financial plan.
Bonds were steady.
Furnished b,v H. W. SNAVBLY
New York, May T.
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines .27 27%
Amal. Copper 72% 72%
American Can 27% 27%
Am. C. & F 49 49i,i
Am. Ice Securities .. 30% 30%
American Smelting . 62% 62%
American Sugar . . . 103 103
American T. & T... 122 122
Anaconda 32% 33
Atchison 95 95%
Baltimore & Ohio ..91 91
Bethlehem Steel ... 41% 42%
Bethlehem Steel pfd 85 85
Brooklyn R. T 92% 92%
California Petroleum 21% 20
Canadian Pacific .. . 192 >4 132%
Central Leather ... 35% 35%
Chesapeake & Ohio. 52% 52
C„ M. & St. P 98% 98%
Chino Con. Copper . 40% 41%
Col. F. & 1 27 27
i Consolidated Gas .. 133 133%
Corn Products 9 % 9 %
Erie 28% 2S
Erie. Ist pfd 43 43%
General Electric Co. 147 147
Goodrich. B. F., pfd. 90 , 90
Groat Northern pfd.. 123%' 123%
Grea Nor. Ore subs. 31% 31%
Illinois Central 110% 110%
lnterboro-Met 14% 14%
lnterboro-Met. pfd.. 62% 62%
t>ehißh Valley 139% 139%
Mcx. Petroleum .... 56% 56%
I Missouri Pacific .... 20% 19%
i New Con. Copper ..14 14
[New York Central . 93 93%
N. Y„ N. H. & 11. . 68% 69
Norfolk & Western. 103% 103%
Northern Pacific ... 110% 109%
'Penna. R. R 110% 110%
Pressed Steel Car .. 43 43
'Ray Con. Copper ..21 '2l
Reading 165 % 164%
Rep. Iron & Steel .. 22% 22%
Rep. Iron & S. pfd. 85% 85%
•Southern Pacific ... 91% 91%
Tennessee Copper . 34% 34%
Union Pacific 156% 155%
U. S. Rubber 58% 58%
|U. S. Steel 59% 59%
U. S. Steel pfd 108% 108%
[Utah Copper 55 55 %
Va. Car. Chern .... 27 27
Western -.Maryland . 25 25
[Western Union Tel.. 61% 61%
I Westinghouse Mfg.. 74% 74%
|Woolworth 98% 99
FOR SALE At Gable's, 113, llu and
117 South Second street, 5,000 sets new
Sash, Bxlo, 12 L., primed and glazed, u.
$1.15 per set. Also other sizes.
WE BUY AND SELL all kinds of fur-'
nlture, clothing, etc. Drop us a postal
and we will call to see you. Max
Smeltz, 1100 North Seventh street.
I BUY AND SELL all second-hand fur
niture, carpets, etc. Drop postal, or
call. A. A. Kohr, corner Blackberry
and Dewberry streets.
R. H. PEFFER,
LOCAL EXPRESS and Delivery. Piano
and Furniture moving a specialty. Stor
age of household goods and furniture
packing. Bell phone 1684 J. 1119 Mont
KEYSTONE WALLPAPER CLEAN
ING CO. Let us clean your wall
paper. Drop a card to H. Anderson,
1721 Susquehanna street.
ANY and all kinds of Job Carpenter
ing Work. Also Concrete Walks and
Steps a specialty. Address R H. Shive
ly, Lurknow, Pa.
Harrisburg Paste Works
128 N, Cameron Street
PAPERHANGERS', billposters', book
binders' and all kinds of paste. Prompt
shipment. All paste guaranteed. Bell
phone 1186 L.
FOR SALE We bought 150 pairs
men's heavy and lightweight working
•shoes, $1.50 and $2.00 shoes. To close
them out quickly we Will sell them at
89 cents h pair. Open evenings. S.
Meltzer, 513 Walnut street.
FOIt falling hair try Gross' Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, liv M rket
street, Harrlsburg, 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
H. W. LATHE, Boarding Stable aad
National Transfer Co. Movers of
pianos, safes, boilers and general haul
ing. H. W. Lathe, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No
HAVE your Ford's looked after now
while we are not so busy. We make a
specialty on Ford cars. Give us a
chance. Our prices are right. Call E.
M. Snavely, Middletown, Pa.
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
with best material and by expert heip
Send us your worn furniture. Our best
efforts Insure your satisfaction. S. N.
Gluck, 320 Woodbine street
A LEVIN, 805 North Third street.
Furniture repair, upholstering and re
flnlshlng. Antique furniture for sale
All work properly attended to. Rea
sonable prices guaranteed.
MONEV TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN SIOO,OOO to loan
in amounts of SI,OOO and up on flut
mortgage on "lty property, repayable
monthly or Installments. Debt cancel
ed and mortgage satlsfled on death of
bom wer. John C. Orr, 222 Market
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-
Fressly for storage. Private rooms
or household goods and unexcelled fa
cilities for storing all kinds of mer
chandise. Low storage rates. South
St. and Penna. R. R.
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms, $1 to SB. Wagons, 76 cents
ger month. Apply D. Cooper & Co., 411
road street. Both phone*.
MAY 7, 1914
rHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Furnished by H. W. SNAVBLV
Chicago, 111., May 7.
Chicago, 111., May 6.
Open. High. Low. Clos.
Ma V 93% 94 93% 93%
July 55% 86 85% 85%
May 66 % 67 66% 66%
July 66',4 66% 65% 65%
May 37% 38% 37% 38
July .... 37% 37% 37% 37%
By Associated Press
Chicago Til.. May 7. Hogs Re
ceipts. 14,000: strong. Bulk of sales,
$8.50® 8.60; light, 18.4008.65; mixed,
$8.35® 8.65; heavy. $8.15(9:8.60; rough,
$8.150 8.30; pigs, $7.35®8.45.
Cattle Receipts, 3,500; weak.
Beeves. $email@example.com; Texas steers, $7.10
®'R.l6; stocke.rs and feeders. $5.60®
1t,30; cows and heifers, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
Sheep Receipts, 17,000; steady. Na
tive. $5.10®5.76; yearlings, $?>.60®6.75;
lambs, native, $6.10®7.40.
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, May 7. Wheat
Steady: No. 2, red, export, 99®)99%c;
No. 1, Northern. Duluth, export, $1.03%
Corn Firm; new. No. 2, yellow,
natural, local, 75%@76c; do., kiln dried,
local, 76%® 77c.
Oats Steady; No. 2, white. 45®
Bran —■ Market firm; winter, per
ton, $29.50® JO.00; spring. per ton.
Refined Sugars Market steady;
powdered, 4.05 c; line granulated, 3.95 c;
confectioners' A, 3.85 c; Keystone A,
Butter The market is firmer;
western creamery extras, 27c; nearby
! prints, fancy, 30c.
j Eggs The market is steady;
Pennsylvania and other nearby arsis,
free cases. $6.15 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, $5.90 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $6.15
i per case; do., firsts, free cases, $5.90
[ per case.
Uve Poultry Steady; fowls, 16%
®li%c; young chickens, 14@20c;
spring chickens, 33® 38c; broiling
chickens, 15%®17c; ola roosters, 13
® 1; ( ': ducks, 12® 14c; spring ducslt, 17
®18c; geese, 15@17c; turkeys, 19+.(20 c.
Dressed Poultry Firm; fowls,
; western, fancy, heaVy. 18c; do.,
fair to good, heavy. 16@16%c; do.,
talr to good, heavy, 20c; .10.,
welphta, 12@15c; unattractive II
®lac; old roosters, 14c; roast
ing chickens, fancy, 18®2uc; broil
ing chickens, fancy, 24®i5w, do., fur.
litHHc; capora, larga, 2,"u2&c, d 0...
■ mail, 18®20c; turkeys, fancy, :'Otic
do., fair, 20021 c; ducks. 11W 18c.
Potatoes Easier; New York and
Eastern, per bushel, 83® 90c; Western,
per bushel, 83®90c; Jersey, per basket,
20®50c; Florida, per basket. s2.2o(a>fr.uo.
Hay —■ The market is firm; tim
othy. No. 1, large bales, $19.00® 19.50;
No. 1, medium bales, $19.00; No. 2, $17.00
@18.00; No. 3, $14.50 @ 15.50.
Clover mixed: Light mixed, $17.00®
17.50; No. 1. do., $email@example.com; No. 2. do..
$14.00® 15 00.
LEAfIS MOOSE VOTE
Mary Coss Is Close Second in
Queen Contest; Still Open
Florence Osborn continues in the
leadership with Mary Coss a close sec
| onrl in the Mooso queen contest,
I Ballot boxes are at the following
places: S. S. Kresge's, 326 Market
street; Soutter's, 219 Market street;
Keener's cigar store, 2541 North
Sixth; Red Cross barber shop, 315
Market; Harry's cigar store, Third and
Walnut; Potts' drug store, Third and
Herr; Rinkenbach, 1215 North Third;
Nip Hotel, Strawberry, near Third;
Hub clothing store. Market street;
Murray's poolroom, 923 North Third
street. The contest is still open for
entrants, who may address Adolph
Gross, Moose Home.
Following is the standing of the
Florence Osborn 2,402
Mary Coss 2,150
Grace Trimmer 1,447
Naomi Searfauss 1,331
Bell Laßue 1,264
Helen Keener 1,213
Bessie Huber : 1,136
Helen Shoemaker '533
Effie Snyder 391
Bertha Meyer 22 3
Florence Lydlc 211
Judge Kunkel Not
at the First Game
For the first time In the eleven years
since the organization of the Tri-State
League, Judge George Kunkel was not
present yesterday at the opening game
of the season.
The presence of whatever Governor
may happen to be sitting in Harrls
burg at the time and that of Judge
Kunkel are among the high lights of
every opening day at Island Park, and
Manager George Cockill declined to
have the lirst ball tossed until the
arrival of the distinguished Jurist. It
was not until it was explained that
the Judge was attending the funeral
of his old friend, Lyman D. Gilbert,
that the order to "play ball" went out.
"To my knowledge this is the first
opening game Judge Kunkel has
missed since the league was formed,"
said Manager Cockill, who previous
to the activities of the season was one
of Judge Kunkel's boosters in Lewls
burg, Cockiil's home town, for the
State Supreme Court nomination.
"Judge Kunkel is as coolly collected on
the bench as any man I ever saw, but
at a ba»l game he can "root" as en
thusiastically for the home team as
any 'youngster on the bleachers. The
Judge's love for the game takes him
not only to the professional games but
to the grammar school matches that
are played on the municipal grounds,
and he is a regular attendant at the
high and grammar school track meets.
I think it a good sign when a Jurist
of Judge Kunkel's dignity and attain
ments is still boy enough to find need
for the safety valve of good clean
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II ■"MFG.BYHBG.STENCILWORKS ■ |1
11 130 LOCUSTST. HBG.PA. U
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLB
and others upon their own name*.
Cheap rate*. «a«y payments, confldeu
▲4MB * R. Mi 8 W. Market H J
P or tkß~ \
Baer Fortune Goes to
Family; Widow Gets Home
Special to The Telegraph
Reading, PH., Mny 7. The will of
George P. Baer, president of the Read
ing Hallway Company, was llled for
probate yesterday. The document, in
Mr. Baer's own handwriting, in brief,
and was not witnessed.
There are no charitable bequests.
His widow, Emily, sets $ 400.000, to
gether with "all my household goods,
automobile, carriages, horses and har
ness," in addition to Hawthorne, Mr.
Baer's palatial summer home here.
Each of the thirteen grandchildren
were bequeathed SIO,OOO, to be invested
by their parents until they reach tho
age of 21, when it is to be paid to them.
Tho household servants, including
gardener, coachman and chauffeur, who
have been In the family's service for
five years or more at the time of Mr.
Baer's death, will receive SSO for each
year of such service. The remainder of
the estate is divided in equal shares
among the five daughters.
A codicil says, "On reflection. 1 think
It prudent to make this codicil: 'I be
queath and' devise the share of my
i daughter Nellie to the Reading Trust
Company, in trust, to pay her the In
come and profits thereof during her
life, and at her death the principalshall
be paid to such person or persons by
appointment or writing in the nature
thereof or by last will and testament
have directed; and in default of ap
pointment. bequest or devise, then the
estate to go to her surviving sisters
or children.' "
During his lifetime, Mr. Baer con
tributed largely to the Heading Hos
pital, and gave SIO,OOO to the new
Young Men's Christian Association, and
gave tile city of Reading many acres
of land for its park system. Ills es
tate Is worth $5,000,000 upward, ano
includes $1,000,000 In Head.ng stocks
and the Heading paper mill, which is
valued at nearly $1,000,000.
\ eiH Animal ODutlng. Trainmas
ter M. A. I.aticks, of the Philadelphia
and Reading Railway, is one of a com
mittee to arrange for the annual out
ing of the Veteran Employes on tho
I Heading system, it will be held June
i 13 at Atlantic City.
I A special train will leave Harrisburg
at 5:10 a. m„ and Reading at 6:55 a. m.
j Ihe date and the place were decided
upon at a meeting of th* committee at
the Reading Terminal, at Philadelphia
yesterday. The committee is compos
ed of the following: N. W. Jones. Read
:U\si aml George W. Hunt,
I niladelphia: M. A. Harrisburg:,
I and P. Gable, Catawlssa.
| Extra Crexv.n Expensive. Compli
ance with the provisions of the "extra
crow laws enacted In the States tra
versed bv the lines of the Pennsylvania
Railroad system will increase operat
-1 expenses by approximately $1,180,-
000 in the fiscal year ending .Tune SO,
according to a compilation which has
Just been completed by the Pennsyl
M«n.v Idle Freights. The Pennsyl
vania system, lines both east and west,
has at the present time a total of ap
proximately 60,000 freight cars Idle.
Something less than half of this num
ber are undergoing repairs or are in
storage awaiting repairs. Repair work
is being delayed to an unusual extent
because of the slackness of demand for
#2? £5? en . t 'i ! le company is going on
the principle that it Is unwise to invest
money in repairs long In advance of
the probable need for the cars.
Standing of the Crews
Philadelphia Division—lll crew first
afte '' 12 p. m.: 125, 101, 106, 103,
Engineers for 110, 128.
Firemen for 102, 103, 104, 106.
Conductor for 116.
Flagmen for 106, 116, 125
• Brakemen for 110, 125.
Engineers up: Streeper, First, SeltZ,
m ,' ler ; Sober, Brubaker, Balr
McCauley, hupplee. Buck, Hennecke.
Helndman, Smeitier. Spease, Albright.
W ,7 s ' Smith. Brooke, Kautz!
Wolfe; McGulre. Gallagher, Newcomer.
Firemen up: Brenner, Horstick, Mil
ler, Huston, Maughes, Clark, I.ibhart.
snriif£ ' u |p|( h i, Cook. Newman, Deck.
r,Sv>. i, ™ , Weaver, Kegelman.
, • Hart!!, Rhoads, Sheeley, Myers.
Conductors up: Rapp, Fink. Mehaf-
Ile, Sellers, Sadler, Looker.
Magman up: Banks.
Brakemen up: Kope, Cox, Stehman.
Coleman, McGinnis. "«««•.
„f?!.l <l, ! l % D,vl " l,>n r:: l6 crew flr st to g0
after 1:30 p. m.: 217, 24, 26, 22 IS
flagmen for 26. 22.
Brakemen for 24, 22, 18.
I Engineers up: Smith, Briggles, Gar
man, Simonton, Kngler, Webster, Wel
, comer, Hertzler. '
Mremen up: Knaub, Bortel, Bornman
Malonr Reeder. Davis, Schreffler, Ue-
VJL *• Stephens, Stouffer, Sim
mons, Drewett, Stemier.
Conductor up: I'rallck
Flagman up: Miller
Brakemen up: Holler, Peters, Stahi
Kerwin, Marlin, Heck.
Jnrd Crews—To go after 4p. m-
Engineers for 707, 2893.
Firemen for 1869, 707, 90, 1820
Engineers up: Blosser, Thomas
Houser, Stahl, Swab, Silks, Crist Har
vey, Saltaman. Kuhn, I'eiton Hhaver
H°yl p r, Beck, Harter.' *
1' remen up: Maeyer, Hhoiter. Snell
Barhilet Uetty. Hart, Bar key, Sheets!
Hair kj <t e , Keever. Knupp, Haller
Weigle. Sqhieffer, Hauch,
... .. . , GX OLA SIDE
Engineers for 223, 238, 242 253
*53 me " f ° r 2 ° 2, 205, 20 ®' 21 ' 7 ' 242,
Conductors for 202, 233 243
Flagmen for 213, 24S '
Brakemen for 205, 200 219 2.11
up: Wolfe, Stauffir; Pen
''lagmen up: Snyder, Came
dK" Summer S ' Felker'
Doudy, AlbrlgiT ,?ong.'ffi 'g "ft'
enouer, Musser, Brubaker, Mumma
AVoTfe'' LUtZ ' Campbell, SweVre®!
Middle Division—222 crew first tn **rt
after 3:40 p. m.: 237, 227, 111 t0 *"
Fireman for ill.
Flagman for in
Brakeman for 111,
>■ I . TH .E heading
llarrlabiirg Division—3 crew fl r .» *„
7,°6 3 er 4 P " : I( '' - 2 ' ' 4 12.
after 1:45 p m • KB fit
59 D 2, 70. 02, 61. «4. 53. 57. 51 60 '
Conductor up: Phiiabaum.
Ma E rt^. ne F^rp U w P 1 VVoTnd^'pio^ 88 ,^"-
£±' Tipton, Morrison, fci'
Crawford! P6 ' ortne y. Massimore!
J1 iui^ert", 6 Bo we rs"°K in g" 'j'ex V 'A'ti * ru '
Clark, Batsh, McHen^y, 8
Ayres, Taylor Maurer Martin,' Palm'
Smith Gardner, Humma, Strain)
6 rooms, 2 bathrooms, city steam
heat And water supplied. Newly
renovated. Convenient in every
Can be rented as an entirety, or
in two suites.
Now ready for occupancy.
Located at No. 32 N. 2nd St.
llml Entilr Department
222 MAKKET STREET