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A Nice, Cool Room
for the Hot Nights
Got yours yet: If you haven't, it's time to get
Plenty of nice, cool rooms, well furnished, in
good homes, are ready now.
You'll do better work if your home surround
ings are cheerful and restful.
The best list of these rooms is always found
under a head "Rooms for Rent" on a Telegraph
WANT AD page.
Read Telegraph WANT ADS.
LANGLETZ On May 20, 1914, George
W. Langletz, at Philadelphia, aged
Funeral on Friday, May 22, at 11:40
A. M„ from Pennsylvania fetation.
Burial Paxtang Cemetery. Tlie relatives
and friends are invited to attend with
out further notice. Body can be view
ed at the cemetery.
VAUGHN On May 21, 1914, Thomas
Vaughn. aged 68 years. Survived by
wife and three sons, John, Robert and
Edward. . ,
Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at 1
o'clock, from his home, corner Chestnut
and State streets, Penbrook. The rela
tives and friends are invited to attend
without further notice.
SIO.OO REWARD—Scotch Coliie; light
tan, white breast, collar and iiaws;
small ears; scar on nose. Answers to
name of Laddie. SIO,OO reward if re
turned to 1728 North Fourth street.
Bell phone 617 R.
LOST Fountain pen, Waterman,
Bold trimmed, letter engraved, E. S. E.
Reward if returned to "Jr. Everhart,
HELP WANTED —Male
WANTED Good lunch bar man;
must come well recommended; good
wages to right party. Address Restau
rant, No. 1003, care of Telegraph.
AGENTS WANTED to sell teas, coffee
and merchandise in all towns near Har
risburg. Apply Tamsui Tea Co., 331
Market street, second iloor.
WANTED —r- A willing, solipr, handy
man on a small place. Apply Squire
Cassady, llershey, Pa.
WANTED Boy to learn barber
trade. One with experience preferred.
Inquire 1642 North Sixth street.
WANTED—At once, experienced men
to work on machines and bench in
planing mill at Lemoyne, Pa. Apply
at Mill Office.
PAINTERS wanted. None but flrst
class need apply. Basehore Bros,, 1922
WANTED—Man who can sing and
play banjo or guitar and sing with
show. Leonhardt Medicine Co., 3D2
West Penn street, Carlisle, Pa.
WANTED—Boy with wheel, to de
liver orders and work around place;
one about 17 years old preferred. Ap
ply Thorley's Tea Room.
WANTED.—An experienced clerk for
general store. Apply to Brownstone
Store Company, Ltd.,llummelstown, Pa.
CANVASSER Good, experienced
hustler; salary and commission; steau>
position, with advancement; state ru 11
experience, age, etc. Suite 1014 160
Nassau street, New York.
lILLI' V\ AVI l.l)—le main
WANTED, AT ONCE Salesladies
for lace, gloves, and fancy goods de
partments. Good salaries paid to those
who thoroughly understand these lines.
Also salesladies for Saturdays. Apply
to Mr. Green, main lloor, Astrich's,
Fourth and Market streets.
WANTED A good white girl for
general housework; one who knows
how to cook. Apply Mrs. Leedy, 1313
WANTED Young lady to work at
soda fountain in drug store during
summer. Address D., 1004, care of Tele
WANTED Half-grown girl to as
sist with general housework; three in
family; no children; must sleep at
home. 326 Hummel street.
WANTED Two girls, one for gen
eral housework und one for dining
room; white preferred. Apply at once
at 403 Walnut street.
WANTED—A girl or middle-aged wo
man for general housework; must un
derstand plain cooking. 613 Herr street.
WANTED Twenty more thorough
ly experienced operators on power sew
ing machines. Jennings' Manufacturing
Co., 414-416 State street.
WANTED—Markers and assorters,
nlso girls to run cuff press. Apply Im
perial Laundry, 1334 Howard street.
WHITE woman for cook. Must have
reference Good wages. Apply at
once. 1727 North Second street.
STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper.
Must be neat and accurate at figures.
■Apply in own handwritng. State expe
rience, where last employed, salary ex
pected. Address C., 698, care of Tele
LEARN DRESSMAKING In one of the
best dressmaking schools in America.
Make your own dresses while learning.
Mght and Day classes. Work's Dress
making School. 22 North Fourth street
HELP WANTED—MaIo and Female.
WANTED Man and wife during
summer months at country homo. Wo
man to do cooking- and man to make
himself generally useful. Good wages
to right party. Apply 510 North Sec
Best Proposition in Vacant Ground
on South Cameron Street
East side of South Cameron street about half way between Market
street and Mulberry Street Bridge we have for sale a plot of ground with
a frontage of 118.12 feet.
It Is unquestionably the best proposition as to location nnd nrico
In the central part of the city.
Miller Bros. & Neefe
THURSDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH MAY 21, 1914.
WANTED Job on a farm by 16-
year-old boy. Apply 627 Briggs street.
YOUNG man of 22 desires position
as bookkeeper or stenographer. Can
j keep single and double entry books aim
! can handle all lines of stenographic
! work. Best references. Address H.,
! 693, care of Telegraph.
| WANTED.—Carpenter wishes posl
\ tion. Apply 712 Race street.
WANTED—Permanent position after
June 1, by a young man 22 years old.
Have been a school teacher three years.
Willing to accept any position that
offers a chance of advancement. Ad-
d < res^BoxX^i94^iUj<^>^relesraph^ —
Ml t ATivjAa uAN li;.0 —Female
WANTED Colored girl wants dish
washing in hotel or boardingliouse, in
or out of town. Call Bell plione 1482R^
WANTED —Colored girl wants scrub
bing or hotel work. Address 1416 Sev
WANTED By white woman, any
kind of day's work. Mrs. E. J. Myers,
400 Broad street.
WANTED—Days work No. 409 North
COLORED woman would like days'
work of any kind. Address 669 Briggs
EXPERIENCED cook, colored, would
like position as cook. Can 'rive best of
I city reference. Does not care to go
j out of city. Address 669 Briggs street.
| Wanted. Housecleanlng or Iron
! ing, by middle-aged white woman. Ad
! dress S., 691, care of Telegraph.
j WANTED—By white woman, with
girl 13 years old, position as
housekeeper, or work of any kind in
small hotel or restaurant. Address L,
j 700, care of Telegraph.
NEAT colored girl wants days' work
of any kind, and colored woman Wants
washing and ironing. Apply 1723
North Seventh street.
YOUNG widow wishes position as
housekeeper, for widower preferred.
No objection to a child or two. Call or
address A. L, 1311 James street, city.
HEAL La i AXE 1' Olt SAIJS
INVESTMENT AND EASY PAYMENT
PROPERTIES FOR SALE lf you
have money to invest get particulars. If
tired renting buy on easy payments.
Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE Corner house at No.
1501 Swatara street will be vacated on
Monday, May 26. It is for sale at an
j attractive price. Inspect it. Bell Realty
Co., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE—At Camp Hill, one lot
one hundred by two hundred and forty
five feet 011 trolley near lleyd street,
four lots fifty by one hundred and fifty
in Moore street, one lot fifty by one
hundred and seventy-five feet, in Wal
nut street. Eight-room house, all im
provements, large lot, on trolley. Also
farm of seventy-eight acres, brick
house and large brick bank barn, lo
cated one-half mile south of the Longs
dorf station, will exchange for desir
able Harrisburg property. W. F. Ken-
I dall, 228 North Third street.
RBAI. ESTATE FOR SALES
EASTMERE LOT At 954 South
Twenty-first Street, size 20x115 feet,
S3OO cash. This Is a special bargain
price. Miller Bros. & Neefe. Bell phone
FOR SALE Wayne Cottage, three
minutes' walk from Perdix Station a
decided bargain to quick buyer. Easy
terms, too. If not sold within ten days,
will rent furnished for the season.
Salesman at Perdix every day including
Sunday. Apply to A. C. Young, 26 North
Third street. Bell telephone 713 L.
FOR SALE 52,500.00 - will buy a
brick house on North Sixth street, 6
rooms and kitchen. Steam heat; com
plete bath; only SSOO cash needed. Bal
ance in easy monthly payment. Apply
to S. Haldeman & Co., 3222 North Sixth
25 SOUTH FRONT STREET 3-
story brick dwelling l2 rooms—bath
and furnace two-story brick stable
on River avenue. Lot, 26.3x210 ft. Price
upon inquiry. Miller Bros. & Neefe. Lo
cust and Court streets.
FOR SALE Twenty large lots, 118
x-10 ft., at from $3 to $6 per front foot,
overlooking Harrisburg. Good soil, air
8048 L a " d noißhbors ' Call Bell Phone
FOR SALE 621 North Fifteenth
street, two and one-half-story frame
dwelling—B rooms, bath and furnace;
lot 24x95; single, corner property,
lirlnton-Packer Co., Second ana walnut
1 SALE—IS acres, two and one
half miles from Harrisburg; 7-room
si°Vi. e bank barn; variety of
uJ! • • in first-class condition.
1 rice, $3,500.. Brinton-Packer Co., Sec
ond and Walnut streets.
612 NORTH SECOND STREET—CorT
servatory of Music—three-story brick
and stone building auditorium l6
rooms and bath. Could be remodeled
for a private school apartments—or
rooming house lot, 29x100 feet Price
upon inquiry. Miller Bros. & Neefe
Locust and Court streets.
REAL ESTATK FOR RENT
FOR RENT Oil June 1. house 1521
street, $J5.00 per month. E. A.
Heffelfinger, East End Bank.
FOR RENT lOO9 North Fourth
street, 3-story brick house with all
Improvements: S2O a month. Apply
122 Chestnut street.
FOR RENT—ISSO Boas street, new 2-
story brick; never occupied; 7 rooms
and bath; all . Improvements. Posses
sion at once; $lB per month. Charles
Barnhart, 1821 Whitehall street.
FOR RENT 1533 North Third, 6
rooms, bath, rent. $20.00; 110 South
Thirteenth, 10 rooms, bath, rent, $25.00.
Also store room and farm for rent. In
quire 430 Walnut.
FOR RENT—Two-story brick, eight
rooms, all improvements, steam heat;
three minutes' walk to Reservoir Park.
Inquire James Sweeney, 1 South Eigh
teenth street. Bell phone No. 2010 R.
FOR RENT.—New brick house with
steam heat and elegant finish, situate
No. 2311 Derry street, rent $25; No.
1197 Christian street, rent sl4; No. 118
Nagle street, rent $9.50. J. E. Gipple,
1251 Market street.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Mac Daniels Apart
ments; newly furnished; up-to-date;
complete lor light housekeeping; large
livingroom, kitchenette; cooking uten
sils, dishes, linen, bath, gas range, sta
tionary tubs; private meter, mail boxes,
bells. 1417 Market.
FOR RENT. Apartment second
floor, 4 rooms and bath; big porch;
hardwood floor; reasonable rent. Ap-
J)ly L. Silbert's Confectionery Store,
Sixth and Harris streets.
FOR RENT Second and third story
apartment at 24 North Fourth street;
possession June 1. Apply Hair's Cigar
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Large, cool, beautifully
furnished front room, with three large
windows, in private family; use of
phone. 324 North Second street.
FURNISHED ROOMS, '-single or en
suite, all conveniences, including phone;
reference required. Apply 1015 North
VERY desirable furnished rooms in
one of the best locations in tile city.
Use of bath and telephone. Apply 203
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—Nicely, new. furnished
rooms, with board by the day or meal.
Apply 123 South Second street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, for gentlemen, with city heat
I and use of bath. Apply 272 Briggs
FOR RENT—Four well located, com
municating rooms, all conveniences
(use of phone). Come to 210 South
FOR RENT Pleasant, furnished
front room; conveniences; use of phone.
Apply 501 North Front.
FOR RENT Furnished and unfur
nished room, with all conveniences;
newly papered and painted; use of
phone and bath. Apply 927 North Third
street. Bell 852 J.
WANTED—To buy good second-hand
bicycle. Address Box 448, Harrisburg.
WANTED To rent small cottage
from Juno 1 to October 1; along the
river preferred, within easy reach of
tho city. Address Box K, 1002, care
of Telegraph Office.
GROCERY STORE WANTED, with
stock at inventory and fixtures at cost.
Your prompt reply will be treated in
confidence. Box 11,- 1001, care of Tele
WANTED —Home in the country for
the summer for boy MS years old. For
further particulars address E. B. L, 409
WANTED Second-hand bicycles
bought, sold and exchanged. Apply
I Excelsior Cycle Co., 1007-09 North
WANTED—To buy floor show case,
4 to 8 feet long. Apply Keystone Sup
ply Co., 814 North Third street. United
1913 FORD Touring Car, fully
equipped, in good running order; also
five-passenger Buick touring car in
fine running order. Call Neighbors Mo
tor Co.. 120 Market street, Harrisburg,
FOR SALE Automobile, 4-cylin
der, 29-11.-P., 121-inch wheel base, 36-
inch wheelß, foredoor roadster fully
equipped. Will sell reasonable or ex
change for a good four or six-cylinder
four or five-passenger car. For dem
onstration write, or call, No. 1517 North
Sixth street, Harrisburg, Pa.
FOR SALE. Milk route, doing a
good cash business. Will sell cheap to
quick buyer. Only those who mean
business need apply. Address M., 701,
care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Cheap, if bought at
once new ball-bearing vacuum
sweeper with brush attachment. Write,
or phone, T. A. Spearen, Savoy Hotel,
corner Third and Mulberry streets.
FOR SALE Piano as good as new
Will sell cheap, either cash or instal
ments. If you desire piano, this is a
bargain. Address P. O. Box 484, Har
FOR SALE CHEAP A Maxwell
runabout; first-class condition; can be
converted into a delivery car for about
S3O. Address O. W. Plack, 335 Cres
FOR SALE l9ll 5-passenger Cad
illac automobile, engine thoroughly
gone over; newly painted, new tires.
Also new 17-ft. canoe. Address C.,
695, care of Telegraph.
C. W. H. LANGLETZ, wholesale and
retail rough and dressed lumber. Bell
phone 1383 J. Office and yards: Cam
eron and Mulberry streets.
TRUNKS, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases,
Gloveß. Sole, Harness and Strap
Leather, Calfskin, Kip Dongola, Waxed
Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample
Cases anu Leather Specialties made to
order and repaired. Harrisburg Har
ness and Supply Co., Second and Chest
FOR SALE—Fumed oak dinlngroom
set, table, buffet and 6 chairs; three
large rugs, Bxlo and 9x12, all as good
as new. Address H., 696, care of Tele
16-foot Mahogany Wall Case, 12-ft.
mahogany back-bar to soda fountain,
three electric fans, 8 ft. white marble
counter. Apply 1015 North Third
FOR SALE. Horses Western
Horses. Just arrived, one carload of
Western horses and will be sold at the
Pennsylvania Railroad yards. In this
special shipment are some big bono
draft kind; broken and unbroken.
W. C. Peck.
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms ana
Board and Table Board at 25c each.
One of theso signs will be given with
each six-time order for a classified ad.
if paid in advance. Inquire at Office of
FOR SALE. —Good paying general
store, close to Harrisburg. Must sell
on account of 111 health. Address A.,
692, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE—Lumber Wagon and
two two-seated carriage*. Apply Wallii
Bros., Haehnlen and Prune tveou**.
FOR SALE l9lO four-passenger
Cadillac, cheap. Central Garage, 334-
338 Chestnut street.
FOR HALE Eggs for hatching.
Single Comb White leghorns, Blanch
ard strain, 75 cents for 15. G. M. Bor
der, Locust avenue, Camp Hill.
FOR SALE Poolroom, restaurant
and cigar store. Best stand In town.
Will sacrifice; leaving town. Levere
Hesa, Mill and Union streets. Middle
FOR SALE. Well-equipped shoe
repairing shop, with machinery; doing
good business. For particulars ad
dress Box 8., 690, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE A full sot of new black
smith tools. Call at Harrlsburg Brick
and Transfer Blacksmith Shop, Steel
FOR SALE—I9I3 Regal road
ster. Will demonstrate. Good as
new. Will sell at a sacrifice; a
bargain. C. M. Hoflfer care of
Hoffer & Garman, 230 South
FOR SALE CARDS on sale it the
Telegraph Business Ofllce.
FOR SALE At sacrifice, if taken at
once; stock and fixtures of geneial 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.
AT the Store, 620 Boas street, Tues
day, May 26, at 2 P. M.. a large lot of
groceries and store fixtures. All must
be sold. C. Fry, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE Minneapolis Motor
cycle; single cylinder; two-speed; in
good condition. Price, $.">0.00. Apply
110 Linden street. Phone 176 R.
FOR SALE l-Three Truck, in ex
cellent condition, practically new, made
| by the Morton Truck and Tractor Co.,
| llarrlsburg. Pa. Guaranteed one year.
No reasonable offer refused. Samuel F.
| Peters, New Cumberland, Pa.
I USED motorcycles; all makes; over
hauled and In fine condition; guaran
teed to be as represented; call for dem-
I onstratlon. Heagy Bros., 1204 North
j Third street.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
secured at the Telegraph Business
FOR RENT Two-story warehouse,
Cowdtn street near Market. Elevator;
railroad siding; 5,000 sq. ft. floor space.
: Possession June 1. Apply C. F. Gobi,
I 1003 North Second street. Bell phone
| 899 L.
FOR RENT Desirable office* In the
I Telegraph Hull thug, ningly or en suite.
Inquire at liuniueas Office.
I FOR RENT Two-story garage,
[ with water and sewer, rear 1530 Regina
! street. Will accommodate two cars. J.
i 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 Herr street.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOII SALE OR EXCHANGE
I WELL LOCATED LOTS iu the Tenth
i Ward; some of tliem on paved at reel,
j Will exchange for Improved property.
,An except loanl opportunity for a
j builder. Cull and iuxpeet blue priut.
I F. H .Oyster, Trustee, cure of Telegraph
| UunlneMH Qfl'lee.
WANTED—An Idea! Who can think
of some simple thing to patent? Pro
tect your ideas; they may bring you
wealth. Write to-day and get our free
hooks, "Millions in Patents," "Needed
I Inventions," and "Patent Buyers." Ad
-1 dress Randolph & Co., Dept. 2210, Pat
| ent Attorneys, Washington, D. C.
j RESTAURANT in good location, do
ing good business. Will be cheap if
| sold at once. Family and railroadmen
i are the patrons. Reason for selling,
I going into other business. Address
j Box R., 699, care of Telegraph.
ANY intelligent person can earn good
income corresponding for newspapers;
experienco unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Snydicate, 798, Lock
port, N. Y.
I MADE $50,000 in Ave years in the
mail order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock, 355 Lockport, N. Y
HIGHEST PRICES paid for Old Gold
and Sliver, Watches and Jewelry, or
will exchange for new Jewelry. Jos.
D. Brenner, Jeweler, 803 North Third
street. Bell phone 626 L.
FOR SALE —At Gable's, 111 and
117 South Second street, 5,000 gallons
New Era ready mixed Paint; Acme
quality. Also the full lir.e 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, a.
$1.15 per set. Also other sizes.
I BUY AND SELL all second-hand fur
niture, carpets, etc. Drop postal, or
call. A. A. Kohr, corner Blackberry
and Dewberry streets.
WE BUY AND SELL all kinds of fur
niture, clothing, etc. Drop us a postal
and we will call to see you. Max
Smeltz, 1100 North Seventh street.
ANY and all kinds of Job Carpenter
ing Work. Also Concrete Walks and
Steps a specialty. Address H. U. Shlvt.
ly, Lucknow, Pa.
FOR falling hair try Gross Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
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 phono
HAVE your Ford's lookeC 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, Mlddletown, Pa.
H. W. LATHI!, Hoarding Stable and
%'atioual Transfer Co. Movers of
pianos, safes, boilers and general haul
ing. H. W. Lathe. Manager, Fifth anil I
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No !
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING'
with best material and by expert help.
Send us your worn furniture. Our best
efforts Insure your satisfaction. S. N.
Gluck. 320 Woodbine street.
CARD OF TIIANKS
WILLIAM 11. BOND. SR., AND FAM
IILY desire to thank their friomls and
neighbors for tho many kindnesses
shown them during their recent be
-DO you want money? Wo have $lO,-
000 to loan in bulk or smaller amounts
by first mortgage on real estate. Ad
vise at once. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN SIOO,OOO to loan
<n 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. John C. Orr, 222 Market
LITTLE CHANGE IN
MARKET DURING DAY
Some Stocks Made Slight Recovery While Others Fell
Back; Bonds Reported Irregular
New York, May 21. Little or no
change from the opening occurred dur
ing the morning session. Some stocks
made slight recovery, while others fell
back from sheer Inertia. Many of the
semi-active issues were not quoted at
all. Missouri Pacific lost almost a
point and receivership rumors were re
vived. United States Steel, Reading,
Lehigh Valley, New Haven and Amalga
mated were under moderate pressure,
but Reading soon regained Its loss. A
sale of Western Maryland, Pfd„ at 35,
a decline of fifteen points from its
previous price, was recorded.
Bonds were irregular.
Furnished by H. W. SNAVELY
•New York, May 21.
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines . 28% 28
Amal. Copper 72 % 72 %
American Beet Sugar 21% 21%
American Can 28 27%
American Can pl'd.. 91 yl
Am. C. & F 50% 50%
American Cotton Oil 43% 42%
Am. Ice Securities.. 31% 31%
American Smelting . 63% 63%
American Sugar ... 105% 105%
American T. & T.. . 122% 122%
Anaconda 32% 32%
Atfchison 96% 96%
Baltimore & Ohio . . 92 % 92
Bethlehem Steel ... 41% 41%
Brooklyn R. T 93% 92%
California Petroleum 21% 21%
Canadian Pacific ... 194% 193%
Central Leather ... 35% 35%
Chesapeake & Ohio. 31 31%
C„ M. & St. P 100% 104%
Chino Con. CJopper . 41% 41%
Col. F. & 1 127% 127%
Corn Products 9 % 9 %
Erie 29 29%
Erie, Ist pfd 44 4 4
| Goodrich, B. F 23 % 25%
I Great Northern, pfd. 124% 124%
j Interboro-Met. pfd.. 02 61 %
I Lehigh Valley 193% 139%
| Louis. & Nashville .137% 137
j Missouri Paoific .... 16% 16%
Nev. Con. Copper .. 14% 14%
(New York Central . 93% 93%
N. Y., N. H. &H. . 67% 67%
I Norfolk & Western . 108% 108%
|Northern Pacific ... 11l 110%
iPenna. R. R 112 111%
| People's Gas & Coke 120% 3 20%
Pittsburgh Coal pfd 88% 88
Ray Con. Copper .. 22 20%
Reading 166 165%
Bep. Iron & Steel .23% 23
Southern Pacific .. 93% 93%
Southern Railway . 24% 21%
Southern Ry. pfd... 79% 79%
Tennessee Copper . 34% 34%
Union Pacific 157% 156%
U. S. Rubber 58% 58%
U. S. Steel 62% 62
U. S. Steel pfd .... 109% 109%
Utah Copper 57 56%
Va. Car. Chem ... 28% 28%
Western Maryland .19 19%
!Western Union Tel.. 62% 62
Westingliouse Mfg.. 76 76
| Wool worth 87% 97
Chicago. 111., May 21. Hogs Re
ceipts. 17.000; slow. Bulk of sales. $8.45
| @8.5..; light, 58.36JJ8.60; mixed, $8.30®
S.bO; heavy. $8.15©8.87%; rough, $8.15$
.8.30; pigs, $7.50if?8.40.
| Cattle Receipts, 3,000; steady.
Beeves, $7.40#9.30; steers. $7.10®8.20:
stockers and feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org; cows
10 75 8 ' * 3 ' 75 ® 8 ' 75 : calves, $7.50®
j Sheep Receipts, 12,000; steady.
I ? o? ep , — $5.30(98.20; yearlings, s6.lsJj>
950' ' s b -30@>8.45; spring, $6.75@
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Ileal Estate
security In any amounts and upon any
terms to suit borrower Address P o
Pox 1~4 Hpirlpbu '<t PR
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons, 75 cents
per month. Apply I) Cooper & Co.. 411
Broad otreet. Both phones.
IN 3-irtory brick bulltling, rear 4OS
Household good* In clean, private
rooms. Reasonable rates. Apply to
I*. G. lllener. Jeweler, 408 Market St.
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
large brick warehouses, built ex
pressly for storage. Private rooms
for household goods and unexcelled fa
cilities for storing all kinds of mer
chandise. Low storage rates. South
St. and Penna. R. R.
NOTICE Letters Testamelftary on
tho Estate of Albert C. Rutherford, late
of Swatara Township, Dauphin Co., Pa.,
deceased, having been granted to the
undersigned, all persons indebted to
said Estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment, and those having
claims will present them for settlement,
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STEELTON TRUST COMPANY,
Or to Executors.
H. L DRESS, Attorney,
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To the Stockholders of the Capital City
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ciation. No. 202 North Street, Harris
burg, Pa., certain changes in the by
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Corn Steady; new, No. 2, yellow,
natural, local, 80%@81c; do., kiln dried,
local, 81 % @ 82c,
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Bran Market firm; winter, per
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confectioners' A, 4c; Keystone A, 3.90 c.
Butter The market is firm;
western creamery, extra, 26c; nearby
prints, fancy, 29c.
Eggs The market is steady;
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receipts, free cases, $6.00 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, *«. mi
per case; do., firsts, free cases, $6.00
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18c; youn chickens, 14@20c;
spring chickens, 27<fi)32c; broiling
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western fancy, heavy, 19c; do.,
fair to good, heavy, 16®>18c; do.,
dp., unattractive, 13@15c; old
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ens, fancy, 16@18c; broiling
chickens, fancy, 24®>35c; do., fair,
capwi ». lai i*. rtOMi, u
• mall 11020 c; turkeys, fancy, 0l«r
•10.. fair, 20©2Jc; ducks. UOiXc:
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Potatoes Steady; New York and
Eastern, per bushel, 80@88c; Western,
per bushel. B(>f/ 88o; Jersey, per basket,
20@50c; Florida, per barrel, $3(95.75.
Flour—The market Is steady; winter.
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<4O. patents. $4.5004 90;
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No. 1, medium bales, $18.00(918.50; No.
2, do., $16.50® 17.50; No. 2, do.. $14.50®
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Mill FOR MURDER
[Continued from First Page.]
State road, one mile east of Mechanics
liurg. Mr. Rupp is a. dairyman and
I resides in a double house He has a
1 wife and two children. In the adjoin
ing house reside Mr. Rupp's mother
and a brother, Jacob. The Rupps get
I up about 3 O'clock every friorning.
Mrs. Rupp, wife of the murdered
farmer was first awakened by the noise
of a wagon on the road. Going to the
window she saw the wagon stop and a
man alight. The man, she says, came
toward the barn. Mrs. Rupp had just
called her husl and when the burglar
alarm running from the chicken house
to the residence started to ring.
"He's After Chickens!"'
"That fellow is after chickens,"
shouted Mrs. Rupp as her husband
started down stairs with a revolver,
and walked out into the ya-d. Mrs.
Rupp got up and looked out of the
window. She saw her husband walk
ing toward the chicken house. A flash,
she says, came from the direction of
the chicken house. Then, says Mrs.
Rupp, her husband fired a shot. Then,
according to the wife of thj dead
man, came three shots in succession
and she saw her husband fall.
In the meantime Rupp's mother,
Mrs. John Rupp, Sr., heard the shots.
The mother reached the window just
as her son . fell and sobbed out,'
"They've killed Jack!"
Brother Rustles to Help
Edgar Rupp, a brother, who made
his home with the murdered man, was
also awakened. As he was about to
dress Edgar says he heard several
shots fired. Rushing down to the front
porch Edgar says he noticed a figure
lying along the road opposite the
house. In the darkness Edgar ap
proached the injured man and found
it was his brother. Rupp's assailants
fled after Edgar was seen approach
Mrs. Rupp, mother of the murdered
man said: "I think it was after 2
o'clock when I heard someone stop
ping in front our house. I got out of
bed and went into the next room to
look out the window to see who was
there I didn't want to look through
my window because I had a light burn
ing and they would see me, so l went
into the other room. I saw a man
walking towards the wagon shed, lie
had a flash light. A few minutes later
I heard shots fired, I couldn't say how
many. I threw open the window and
I heard someone yell, 'Come on Jim,'
and a wagon started off. Rupp's
mother says she believes Bent had ac
Word of the shooting was immedi
ately sent to Mechanicsburg and the
Harrisburg police were notified to be
on the lookout for the murder or mur
derers. Lieutenant Worden at onco
assigned his men to guard the river
bridges. The officers hid back of the
bushes near the western section of the
bridge. About 5 o'clock they noticed
a wagon stop at the western end of
the bridge and saw the tollkeeper
reach for the toll.
Waiting until the wagon was oppo
site the clump of bushes back of which
they were hiding, the three patrolmen
stepped out, each with a revolver in
his hand, and ordered Bent to stop.
Bent was holding liis wounded arm.
He was In a da '.ed condition and
offered no resistance. The three offi
cers climbed into the wagon and
brought Bent to the police station.
A loaded 38-cnliber revolver Was found
in the suspect's hip pocket.
Bent was taken to the Harrisburg
Hospital, where his arm was dressed.
One of the bullets from Rupp's re
volver hit Bent's wrist.
Some Cry "L/ynch Him!"
When news reached Mechanicsburg
that the suspected murderer was being
Jirought into town In a wagon hun
dreds of people made a rush to Mala
It was with the greatest difficulty
that the police made their way through
the streets with their prisoner. Some
one in the crowd barked out "Lynch
him!" and it was necessary for Chief
ol' Police Martin to threaten to shoot
any person who made an effort to take
Bent out of his hands.
On an early train from Carlisle
came District Attorney Alexander. He
visited the Bupp home and got the
story of the shooting from the rela
tives of the dead man. Later the dis
trict attorney saw Bent In the Cum
berland county jail at Carlisle, where
the accused man fold his story. He
"I am a huckster and live In Har
risburg. I was selling produce In and
about Mechanlcsburg yesterday and
was on my way home about 2 o'clock.
As I passed the Rupp house the har
ness broke. I got out of the wagon, to
"When I was about to step back into
the wagon someone—l guess it was
John Rupp—pointed a revolver in my
face and told me to throw up my
hands. I started to make an ex
planation when the man fired. I fired
too, and when I saw the man drop I
got into the wagon and started for
Harrisburg. The first shot fired hit
mo 011 the wrist, but I did not feel it
until I started for Harrisburg. I shot
back in self-defense. I was not near
the chicken coops and there was no
one else with mo Jn the wagon."
Blood On Wagon
The wagon, belonging to Bent, In
which wero three chicken coops, one.
hen and several bags, with the horse '
was placed in charec of a Mechanlcs
burg liveryman. On one side of the
wagon are several bloodstains. Bent
said first that the marks were straw
berry stains, but later admitted that
the marks were made by his bloody
fingers after he had bandagerf up his
Notwithstanding the early hour at
which the murder occurred, hundreds
of people flocked to the Rupp home.
Rupp was known throughout Cumber
land county and in Harrisburg. He
attended the Chestnut street market
and had a milk route here. '
Rupp was 40 years of age. He was
a grandson of the late Judge Rupp,
of Cumberland county. Besides the
widow, two children survive, a daugh
ter, Romalne, aged 10 years, and a
son, Paul. 5 years. Other survivors
are the mother, his brothers, Edgar
and Jacob, and two sisters, Mrs. He lry
Albright and Mrs. Park Brenneman.
An investigation and postmortem
was made by Dr. J. H. Deardorf, cor
oner, and Dr. J. R Spengler, of Me
chanicsbnrg, the attending physician.
The verdict was as follows:
"John Rupp came to hs death on
the morning of May 21 by a bullet
wound, the bullet penetrating the left
side of the body, passing through the
lung a short distance below the heart,
lodging in the right side of the body.
Death was due to hemorrhages follow
ing the penetration of the lung. It la
believed the bullet was fired from a
revolver in the hands of one John
Bent, alias Stlne, of Harrisburg."
Following the postmortem the bullet
was cut from the right side of the
body. The ball was 38 caliber, cor
responding with the bullets In the
shells found on Bent.
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