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HA VE THE TELEGRAPH WANT ADS SELL YOUR PROPERTY)
Every Day Brings Its
We live in a progressive age, in a time that has
demonstrated that the talk of opportunity coming
but once in a lifetime is a fallacy—or in the lan
guage of the street, "plain bunk."
We live in a WANT AD age, in a time when op
portunities come with every sunset.
Don't expect your opportunity to come up and
tap you on the shoulder with a greeting of "Here
I am, old top!"
Look for your opportunity in the want ad pages
of the Telegraph every day.
"WORLEY Samuel Joseph Worley,
aged 10 months and 12 days, son of
Joseph and Ethel J. Worley, at 2:20
A. M , Tuesday, May 26, 1914.
Funeral Thursday afternoon, at 4
o'clock, from the home of his grand
parents, 222 Cumberland street. Rela
tives and friends invited to attend with
out further notice. Burial private, East
LOST White French Poodle.
Answers to the name of Taft. Return
to 2104 North Sixth street.
IX)ST Watch, in Harrlsburg Ceme
tery on Sunday. Finder please return
to 402 Reily street and receive liberal
LOST Chase carriage rohe, on
Cumberland, Sixth. Maclay, Third to
Cumberland street. Kindly return to
Paul Messner, Garage ills James
LOST Party who took bracelet
from ladies' retiring room on balcony at
Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart's, on rues
day, between 5 and 5:30 is known, and
■will avoid trouble by returning same
to Crediting Department at Dives,
Pomeroy & Stewart's. _____
LOST On Sunday, near Fifteenth
and Berryhill streets, lady's open-face
silver watch and gold fob. Reward If
returned to 1808 Berryhill street.
LOBT Shrine Pin, Tuesday after
noon, on Third street, between Brlggs
and Walnut, or on Walnut street to
t'nion Trust Co. Return to t'-'i office.
SMFsT - White French poodle, hair
short, except on head and end
Black collar, trimmed with
brass. Answers to name of Teddy.
Finder return to 411 Delaware ave
HELP -CV ANTED —Male
AGENTS, TAKE NOTICE! Don't fail
to call upon me and see my samples
before 1 leave town. Big Money
Makers. J. 1. Holly, Lynch Hotel, 320
WANTED Three neat-appearing,
young men for advertising specialty;
good chance for traveling. Apply i to
S this evening, 328 South Thirteenth
Btreet. Bell phone 1069 L
WANTED A thoroughly competent
office man and with a thorough knowl
edge of bookkeeping. Must have some
money to invest in an established busi
ness. First-class references required.
Address M„ 1029, care of Telegraph.
WANTED A few live American
men, of good appearance, over 30 years
old, for work in the following towns:
Williamstown, Lykens, EllzabethviUe,
Millersburg, Harrlsburg, Steelton, Mid
dletown, Royalton, Hummelstown,
Lebanon, Halifax, Jonestown. All sum
mer's Job. Glen Bros., Rochester, N, Y.
WANTED Good, reliable man for
the tea and coffee business. Must be
eble to furnish good reference. Apply
Grand Union Tea Co., 208 North Second
WANTED A young, married man
to act as solicitor and collector. Perma
nent position. Apply R. Wickenhelser,
Room 207, 219 Walnut street. Thursday
evening between 6:30 and fc:00 o'clock.
for wholesale house. Must be quick and
accurate. Experience in farm ma
chinery preferred. Answer In own hand
•wrlting, stating experience, age, habits,
married or single, references and salary
expected. Good opportunity for right
man. Address D., 1022, care of Tele
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANT
ED —No canvassing or soliciting requir
ed. Good income assured. Addrfess Na
tional Co-Operative Realty Co., V-310,
Marden Building, Washington, D. C.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy
to get. My free booklet, Y-372, tells
how. Write to-day—NOW. Earl Hop
kins, Washington. D. C.
FIRST-C'I«ASS stonemasons wanted
Immediately; good wages. Apply I).
Callahan, Second and Emerald streets.
WANTED Experienced laster on
consolidated hand method lasting nm
chlne. Apply Harrlsburg Shoe Mfg. Co.,
WANTED White girl for general
housework; no washing-. 2104 North
WANTED A young lady stenog
rapher, with reference, at once. Ad
dress, In own handwriting, P. O. Box
710, Harrlsburg, Pa.
APPLICANTS WANTED to learn tele
phone operating. Apply 208 Walnut
WANTED Two girls to run bosom
machines. Apply Imperial
Co., 1334 Howard street.
—White woman for cham
bermaid. Apply Bolton House.
WANTED—A girl for general house
work. Good wages. Mrs. Herman P.
Miller, 2117 North Third street.
lUgtit locations and light prices
foi; building moderate - priced
List upon application.
Miller Bros. & Neefe
Fir* Insurance Surety Bonds
I.ocust and Court Streets
WEDNESDAY EVENING '
WANTED White woman, who is
working and boarding, to cook for me
morning, evenings and Sundays for her
own board. Address Mr. X., care of
WANTED Cook and housemaid.
Apply 510 North Second street.
WANTED Twenty more thorough
ly experienced operators on power sew
ing machines. Jennings' Manufacturing
Co., 414-416 State street.
LEARN DRESSMAKING In one of the
best dressmaking schools in America.
Blake your own dresbes while learning.
Night and Day classes. Work's Dress
making School, 22 North Fourth street.
WANTED June 1," by widower with
a family living in the country, a cap
able, dependable, young woman to assist
his daughter in house work. Must be
an adept in cooking, sewing, canning
and preserving. Wages, $3.50 to $5 per
week, depending on ability. Address
15.., 1028, care of Telegraph Office.
WANTED Experienced girl for
dressmaking. Apply Mrs. F. E. Ham
maker, 1733 North Third street.
HELP WANTED—MaIe ami Female
MBN AND WOMEN WANTED to fill
hundreds of Government Life jobs.
$65.00 to $l5O Month. Sample exami
nation questions and list of positions
available free. Write immediately.
Franklin Institute, Department 362-M,
Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED Colored boy desires po
sition as chauffeur. Will do some
housework. 218 Prune avenue.
WANTED Chauffeur wants posi
tion; terf years' experience; repairs own
car. Address Box J, 1027, care of Tele
MACHINIST WANTS POSITION
Bench, floor or repair work of any kind.
An engineer also wants position. Strict
ly sober and steady worker. 1830 North
WANTED By young, married man,
23, handy with tools, position of any
kind. Address I. R. H„ Box 67, Ober
WANTED Position as traveling
salesman in local territory by experi
enced man. Address 8., 1021, care of
WANTED A position as gardener,
in or near city. Address Box T., 1018,
care of Telegraph.
SITUATIONS WANTED —FemaIe
WANTED Colored girl desires to
help with housework. Call, or address,
1001 North Seventh street.
WANTED Young girl desires posi
tion as child's nurse. Address 405
WANTED Young colored girl
wants position to assist with light
housework as child's nurse or to take
charge of doctor's office. 352 South
WIDOW lady, good education, wishes
to increase income by position as
housekeeper or practical nurse; excel
lent cook; capable. Address Practical,
1026, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Widow desires position
as chambermaid, dishwasher or house
keeper. Address 214 Market street, Me
WANTED Young lady, 19 years of
age, who has had experience in din
ingroom work, wishes position of any
kind. Call, or address, 408 Chestnut
WANTED Reliable girl, with ref
erence, desires day's work. Call Bell
phono 275 L.
^ r i A U T , ED Half-grown girl wants
woik between school hours or after. In
quire at 1121 North Seventh street.
WANTED -- Young lady wishes po
sition as bookkeeper or general office
work. Address Box R. 10X4, care of
VV ANTED Colored girl wants gen
eial housework outside school hours.
Add re-SB 8., 1025, care of Telegraph.
. WANTED White woman desires
Bell phone 1799 L
.AGENTS W ANTED —For a new
cF i DOLLAR A YEAR" Accident and
* 7 ' 500 Accidental
Death, $,.0 to soo weekly sold to
men and women, all occupations. Large
commissions. National Accident So
tlbßshtdNmf.^ 817 ' New York ' (B "
1 WANTED . Salesman for Dauphin
county. Address Diagraph Carbon
Faper Company, Inc., care of Telegraph.
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE Suburban new 3-story
P rlc K house; '"iprovements; lot, 26 ft
by 150; ideal location; 5c car fare to
street E ' Brightbln ' 2 North Court
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
,SALE _ Twenty large lots, 118
x2lO ft. at from $3 to $6 per front foot
overlooking Harrieburg. Good soil, air
3048 L and nel,^hbo^s • Ca " Bell Phone
New louses Ready
New seml-bunKnlow style houses.
Green and Woodbine Streets. Only
four left. Excellent location. Mod
ern throughout. Individual
porches Sienrn Heat Hardwood
Floor* Open Fireplace Tile
Bathroom Laundry In Cellar
Combination Can and Electric Fix
ture* excellent finish through
out. Sample bonne open for Inspec
tion. Representative always on
ground. For prices and terms con
sult C. L. Long, tir«en and Wood
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE 1404 N. Sixth St. 3-
atory brick dwelling lO rooms, bath
and steam heat— lot, 16x110. Brlnton-
Packer Co., Second and Walnut streets.
New brick houses on Manada street,
one block north of Hemlock; 6 rooms
and bath; lurnace, cemented cellars;
granolithic walks, both front and
yard; finished complete; ready to oc
cupy. Price $1,450.
For an investment hard to beat. Fire
walls between each and every house.
Rent sl3 per month. For further in
formation apply to
W. E. MOESLEIN
612 Boas street or 422 North street.
Bell phone 2593 or 1085-R.
FOR SALE 1214 N. Front St.
two-and-one-half-story frame 7
rooms, bath and furnace—lot, 17x190.
Price, $2,300.00. Brlnton-Packer Co.,
Second and Walnut streets.
TWO fine homes. Size of .'ot,
Nine rooms and latest and
only practical, common sense bath
room. Steam heated; large front and
back porches; ornamental fixtures
throughout; reception hall; open stair
case; laundry room and stationary
wash tubs; outdoor sleeping chamber
with south side exposure, size 15x8; 12
minutes by trolley to Market Square.
For further information call P. Vander-
I 100, Masonic Temple Building, Third and
FOR SALE Corner house at No.
1501 Swatara street will be vacant on
Monday, May 25. It is for sale at an
attractive price. Inspect it. Bell Realty
Co., Bergner Building.
KKAI; ESTATE FOR SALE
"GREEN" PROPERTY IN HIGH
SPIRE Second near Lombard Street
—2 -story brick and frame dwelling—
s3,3oo is the lowest figure, and it is a
rare bargain at that. Lot, 80x200 feet.
Miller Bros. & Neefe, Locust and Court
streets, Harrisburg, Pa.
FOR SALE Farm of 60 acres—good
buildings and lots of fruit. Close to
Lewisberry. SI,OOO. Also a good store
stand for rent in Lewisberry. Posses
sion at once. Dr. Harry Spangler,
FOR SALE lnvestment that will
yield 10.6 per cent, gross new, im
proved brick houses rent, sl3 per
month. Price, $1,460 each. Get particu
lars. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build
FOR SALE Three-story brick, 2352
North Sixth street; 8 rooms and bath;
nil conveniences; side entrance. Lot
runs back to 10-foot alley. Inquire C.
W. Singer, Mechanics Trust Co
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
DO NT WISH FOR COOL WEATHER.
(LO TO PEHDIX
FOR RENT WAYNE COTTAGE,
furnished; preference to one who will
take for entire season. Apply to A. C.
Young, 26 North Third street. Bell
FOR RENT No. 2201 North Fourth
street brick house eight rooms
and bath electric and gas light
back and front porches front and
side lawn. In fact, modern in all ap
pointments. Rent, $25.50. C. S. Weak
ley, 1823 North Fourth street.
FOR RENT Wyoming Cottage, at
Perdix, for the season. Inquire at 117
FOR RENT 427 Boas street; 8
rooms and bath; all improvements. In
quire at 924 North Sixth street.
FOR RENT Three-story brick, No.
2122 A Moore street; all improvements;
midyear rent, sls. Key at 2122. Call
Bell phone 3048 L.
FOR RENT llO Herr, 9 rooms, im
provements, $22.00; 225 Boas, 10 rooms,
Improvements, $30.00; 125 Sassafras,
$10.50; 2006 Penn, $12.00. Apply Harris
burg Trust Co., 16 South Market Square.
FOR RENT Three-story brick
house, corner Green and Emerald
streets, 10 rooms, bath and steam heat,
large cqncrete porch and cellar. Apply
Grocery Store on corner.
FOR RENT - Furnished cottage, by
month or season. "The Kern Cliff," at
Sttfverdale. For information, inquire
or Mrs. Gertrude Barnard, Plainsboro,
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.
SUMMER RESIDENCE AT HUSTON'S
MILLS NEAR ME<MIANICSBURQ—2H
story brick dwelling with seven rooms
—partly furnished—slß. Miller Bros. &
No. 2311 Derry street $25.00
No. 1197 Christian street 14.00
Dwelling at Rutherford 8 00
■r. 15. GIPPLE,
1251 Market Street.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Lower floor apartment,
Fourth and Peffer streets, livingroom,
diningroom, two bedrooms, kitchen and
bath; front porch. Apply B. F. Um
berger, 427 Peffer street, or 108 North
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Second floor, four
rooms with bath. Apply 1223 Market
street, between 7-9 P. M.
FOR RENT Furnished, attractive,
bright, clean room in one of the best
locations in the city; all conveniences;
for gentleman; private family. Apply
211 Locust street.
FOR RENT One large furnished
room, with use of phone; rent reason
able. Address 412 llummel street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; also
board by the meal, day or week. 1001
North Second street, corner Second and
FOR RENT Very desirable, fur
nished rooms in one of the best loca
tions in the city. Use of bath and tele
phone. Apply 208 State street.
FOR RENT By the night or month,
the finest rooms in Harrisburg, single
or en suite. Laßelle Apartments, 204
Locust street, next door to Orpheum.
Steam heat, electricity, baths. Newly
furnished throughout. Apply C. Gaeta,
Merchant Tailor, 212 Locust street.
FURNISHED ROOMS, single or en
suite, all conveniences, Including phone;
reference required. Apply 1016 North
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 One large or two small,
furnished, connecting rooms, with
board, running water, use of bath, for
man, wife and child. Address R., 623,
care of Telegraph.
WANTED TO RENT cottage with
in 10c car fare of city for summer
months. Address, or call, 1208 & North
Third street. J. Coplinky.
WANTED To buy 100 second-hand
bicycles and motorcycles we are in
great demand for them highest cash
prices paid. Keystone Supply Co., 814
North Third street. United phone 19W.
TWO permanent tenants want two
modern houses in or convenient to Har
risburg. Rent about $20.00. Address,
with full particulars and price, Y., 710
Kunkel Building, Harrisburg.
WANTED Second-hand golf clubs
and bag, complete. State price. Address
J. LI., 1020, care of Telegraph.
WANTED —To buy, second-hand
canoe. Address K., 1019, care of Tele
WANTED Second-hand bicycles
bought, sold and exchanged. Appl" Ex
celsior Cycle Co., 1007-1009 North Third
street. , *
FOR SALE Motorcycle, Hender
son, 1913, fully equipped. 23 South
Thirteenth street, V. K. Shope.
FOR SALE Single-cylinder Cadillac
runabout; would make good delivery
car. Cheap to quick buyer. Address
Box K, 1019, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Oak bedroom suit, in
good condition; mahogany Morris chair,
with loose cushions. Second-hand men
need not apply. Call any time, 163 V
Wallace street. -
FOR SALE Second-hand bricks;
joists. 26 ft. long; doors; window
frames; shades, hot air furnace; plate
glass store front, complete; water
meter; $360 National Cash Register
with two drawers, and second-hand
ceiling electric fans. Apply S. Meltzer,
613 Walnut street. Bell phone 282 J.
FOR SALE Machine and lining of
booth, and 140 chairs, S2OO. Apply 110
North Front street, Steelton, or 267
FOR SALE White Wyandotte hens,
1 year old, from prize winning stock.
Will sell reasonable. Apply A. G. Hag
enberger, Highspire, Pa.
FOR SALE An invalid rolling
chair, rubber tires, wire wheels; only
used five or six times; never out of
house; practically new; will sell cheap.
J. V. Miller, Mechanicsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE Horse, buggy and har
ness. Will sell reasonable to a quick
buyer. Apply 644 Woodbine street.
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms ancf
Board and Table Board at 26c each.
One of these signs will be given with
each six-time order for a classified ad.
if paid in advance. Inquire at Office of
TRUNKS, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases,
Gloves. Sole, Harness and Strap
Leather, Calfskin, Kip Dongola, Waxed
Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample
Cases ana Leather Specialties made to
order and repaired. Harrisburg llar-»
ness and Supply Co., Second and Chest
FOR SALE Automobile, 4-cylin
der, 29-H.-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. 1617 North
Sixth street, Harrisburg, Pa.
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 Piano as good as net*
Will sell cheap, either cash or instal
ments. If you desire piano, this is a
bargain. Address P. O. Box 484, Har
BUSINESS PROPOSITIONS FOR
SALE 5275 and $325, respectively,
will buy either of two cigar, confec
tionery and pool stands and equipment
therewith. Get particulars. Bell Realty
Co., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE Fine leather couch; oak
finish; a bargain at $15.00. For particu
lars address Box 1030, care of Tele
FOR SALE Hupmobile (32) Tour
ing Car, In first-class condition. Call
2300 North Sixth street, or 2388 J.
CIGARS For a limited time we are
giving 12 Havana combination 6c Cigars
Free, with each Box of 50 of our large
Perfecto Cigars at $1 per Box. Post
paid. Snell & Co., Red Lion, Pa.
FOR SALE lce cream and confec
tionery store. Apply afternoons to 1820
North Third street.
FOR SALE One four-cylinder car,
five lamps, good tires, extra tire and
tube, and tire holder. Car fully equip
ped. Price, $l5O. Apply 241 South Sec
ond street, Steelton.
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business Ofllce.
FOR SALE At sacrifice, if taken at
once;stock and fixtures of general store
doing largo business, in thriving town.
Will prove volume of business to In
terested party. Want to join mv hus
band in Minnesota, reason for selling.
Call and examine stock. M. C. A
Clouser, Duncannon, Pa,
FOR SALE One good Singer sew
ing machine, oak sideboard, refrigera
tor. rug, wash machine and other house
hold utensils. All in perfect condition.
Apply 1506 State street.
FOR SALE l-Tnree Truck, In ex- j
cellent condition, practically new, made
by the Morton Truck and Tractor Co.,
Harrisburg, Pa. Guaranteed one year.
No reasonable offer refused. Samuel F.
Peters, New Cumberland, Pa.
BARRED ROCKS and S. C. B. Mi
norcas from H. Speece, at Speeceville,
Pa., are from leading prize winning
strains at National shows. Hatching
eggs and cockerels for sale.
FOR SALE Five-passenger touring
car, in first-class condition, equipped
with speedometer, electric lights, wind
shield, self-starter, top, cover, extra
tires, etc. $500.00 at a quick bargain.
Address S., 1012, care of Telegraph.
USED motorcycles; all makes; over*
hauled and in fine condition; guaran
teed to bo as represented: call for dem
onstration. Heagy Bros., 1204 North
FOR RENT Garage. 1824 North
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
secured at the Telegraph Business
FOR RENT Two-story warenouse,
Cowden street near Market. Elevator;
railroad siding; 6,000 sq. ft. floor space.
Possession June 1. Apply C. F. Gohl,
1003 North Second street. Bell phone
FOR RENT Desirable offices In the
Telegraph Building, singly or en suite.
Inquire at Business Office.
FOR RENT Two-story garage,
with water and sewer, rear 1630 Reglna
street. Will accommodate two cars. J.
E. Gipple, 1261 Market street.
FOR RENT Store room 1200 North
Third street; 83x100; 14-foot ceiling;
one of the best rooms In the city. Ap
ply J. fi. Rlhle. 25fi Herr street.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
WELL LOCATED LOTS In tlie Tentk
Ward; aome of them on paved street.
Will exchange for Improved property.
An exceptional opportunity for a
builder. Call and Inspect blue print.
F. It.Oyster, Trustee, care of 'l'elcgrapk
HOTEL LICENSE, good will and fix
tures for sale located in Lancaster
county. Complete Information concern
ing the proposition can be gotten from
Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE Good two-chair bfW'ber
shop, main street of Harrisburg; gooa
reason for selling; cheap rent. Apply
Bender's Barber Supply, 22 South
ANY intelligent person can earn good
Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Snydlcate, 798, Lock
port. N. Y.
I MADE $60,000 In five years In ths
mall order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock, 366 Lockport, N. Y.
Once More May Expiate
Murder of Gambler
I "™BBB m
better known in New York as "Jack
Sullivan," the king of the newsboys,
who bitterly denounced District At
torney Whitman while testifying at the
recent trial of former police lieutenant
Charles Becker, twice convicted of in
stigating the murder of Herman Ro
senthal, the "squealing gambler." The
district attorney's office is now work
ing up evidence to begin prosecuting
Sullivan who was also indicted as a
party to the conspiracy to murder Ro
FOUR DEATHS FROM HEAT
fly Associated Press
Philadelpha, May 27. Continued
high temperature in the last twenty
four hours has caused four deaths and
numerous prostrations in this city.'At
1 p. m. the government thermometer
registered 93 degrees, three above yes
GI'STAVE HAMEL FOUND'
By Associated Press
New Castle, Kng., May 27.—The
Evening Mail says that Gustave Ha
mel, the British aviator, who had been
given up for lost in the English Chan
ney, landed to-day from a fishing boat
at South Shields.
1 PATANG AND HARRISBURG DRAY-
I ING CO. Reasonable rates to all parts
of tlie city and nearby towns. Call L.
Garmon, Bell phone 3742.
IF you have any job carpenter work,
call or address E. W. Spunglor, 80 North
Eighteenth street. Phone 1620W Bell.
AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
PRIVATE PARTY, with auto, will
litre same for trip to Gettysburg, Car
lisle, or elsewhere; can carry four pas
sengers; careful driver. Address 8.,
1031, care of Telegraph.
TURN YOUR WASTE PAPER into
money! Buy an Ali-Steel Paper Boxer.
For information write I">. D. Beardslee,
IS2I Real Estate Trust Building, Phila
FOR SALE —At Gable's, 111 and
117 South Second street, 6,000 gallons
New Era ready mixed Paint; Acme
quality. Also the full lir.e of the Acme
FOR SALE At Gable's, 113, 116 and
117 South Second street, 6,000 sets new
Sash, Bxlo, 12 L„ primed and glazed, «...
$1.16 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.
Harrisburg Paste Works
12<l N. Cameron Street
PAPERHANGERS', billposters', book
binders' and all kinds of paste. Prompt
shipment. All paste guaranteed. Bell
phone 1186 L.
OF all designs. Old lloors made new.
Ask for catalog. J. M. Smith, 2219
Brookwood street, llarrisburg. Bell
phone 1391 L
WE BUY AND SELL all kinds of fur
niture, clothing, etc. Drop us a postal
and we will call to see you. Max
Smoltz, 1100 North Seventh street.
FOR falling hair try Gross Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 11g Market
street. Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell
W. J. WENRICH, 339 Hamilton street !
—Furniture, china and piano packing j
Shipments looked after at both ends]
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell nhone
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. Snavaly, Middletown, Pa.
B. W. LATHE, Hoarding Stable and
Natlouul Transfer Co. Movers of
f ilunos, safes, boilers and general haul
ng. H. W. Lathe, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine street*. 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.
MONEY TO LOAM
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate
security In any amounts and upon any
terms to suit borrower. Address P. o
Bqx 174, Harrisburg, Pa.
""STORAGE 419 Broad street, ror!
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms, $1 to $3.-Wagons, 76 cents
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co.,
Broad street. Both phones.
IN 3-wlory brick building, rear 408
Market street. .
Household goods In elean, private
rooms. Reasonable rates. Apply to
1». G. Dlener. 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
MAY 27, 1914.
GAINS EXTENDED AS
Trading Diminished Toward Noon, But Total Was in Ex
cess of Yesterday; Bonds Irregular
By Associated I'ress
New York, May 27. Gains were
further extended as the session advanc
ed, United States Steel. Amalgamated
and Harrlmans appearing to be In Rood
demand on a rising scale. Canadian
Pacific Increased its advance to 3%.
Genral Motors added over seven points
to Its five-point Bain of yesterday, and
rumors of resumption of dividends be
came more general. Studebaker, Pfd.,
and Common rose two and one, respec
tively, in sympathy with Motors. Among
other specialties Wells Fargo was
prominent for a three-point rise. Trad
ing diminished toward noon, but at that
.time the total was considerably In ex
cess of the whole preceding day.
Bonds were Irregular.
Furnished by H. W. SNAVELY
New York, May 27.
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines . 28 28^,
Amal. Copper 73 73 %
American Beet Sugar 2.1 23
American Can 27% 27%
American Can pfd.. 89% 90y>
Am. C. & F 50% 51
Am. Ice Securities.. 31% 32
American Smelting . 63% 63%
American Sugar ... 106 107
American T. &T. .. 122% 122%
Anaconda 32% 32%
Atchison 97 971,4
Baltimore & Ohio . . 92% 92%
Bethlehem Steel ... 42% 42%
Brooklyn R. T 93% 93%
Canadian Pacific ... 197 198
Central leather ... 35% 35 V>
Chesapeake & Ohio. 52% 62%
C., M. & St. P 101 100 %
Chino Con. Copper . 41% 41%
Col. F. & I 28 28
Consolidated Gas .. 128% 128%
Corn Products ... 9 9%4i
Distilling Securities .15 15
Erie 29% 29%
General Electric Co. 149% 149%
Goodrich, B. F. .... 25% 25%
Goodrich, B. F., pfd. 89 89
Great Northern, pfd. 124% 124%
Great Nor. Ore. subs. 33 3 3
Illinois Central .... 110% 110%
Interboro-Met. pfd.. 62% 62%
Lehigh Valley 140% 140%
Missouri Pacific .... 16% 17
Nov. Con. Copper .. 14% 14%
New York Central . 93% 93%
N. Y., N. H. &H. .. 67% 68
Norfolk & Western. 105% 105%
Northern Pacific ... 110% 111
Penna. R. R 111% 112%
Peoples Gas & Coke 121% 122%
Pittsburgh Coal pfd. 88 88%
Ray Con. Copper .. 21% 21%
Reading 166% 166%
Rep. Iron & Steel .. 23% 23%
Southern Pacific ... 93% 94%
Southern Ry. pfd . 80 80
Tennessee Copper .. 34% 34%
Texas Company .... 140 140
Union Pacific 158%' 158%
U. S. Rubber 58% 58%
U. S. Steel 63% 63%
U. S. Steel pfd 110 110
Utah Copper 57% 57%
Westinghouse Mfg.. 78% 78
Woolworth 97% 07%
Foreign Trading Is
Discussed at Meeting
By Associated Press
Washington, D. C., May 27.—"Get
together" movement for a larger share
of the world's commerce is the object
of the National Foreign Trade conven
tion which met for the first time here
to-day. More than 500 representative
I businessmen from throughout the
| country were in attendance. The
meetings will continue through
Secretary Redfield, welcoming the
convention, urged a greater attention
upon the part of the American manu
facturers to the export trade and that
competition in foreign markets would
lead to vast improvement of manu
James A. Farrell, president of the
United States Steel Corporation, (old
the convention that a greater use of
foreign markets would stabalize do
mestic conditions of the industry.
MONEY FOR SALARIED FEOPLB
and others upon their own name*.
Cheap rates, easy payments, confiden
Adams A Co.. 11. 804. ft N. Market S%
I B. C. MURRAY
5 N. Tenth St.
New brick structure, modern and thoroughly
equipped—space can be engaged for any size auto
—charges accordingly—space can be occupied on
or after June Ist—Located rear of 1417 North
Front street, on Lawton street, running between
Calder and Reily Streets. Enter to Garage from
Calder or Reily Streets. For space
s s »
Apply at Garage
George B. Bentley, Prop.
t'HI( .\(iO BOARD OK TRADE
KurniHhffl by H. W. SNAVEIV
Chicago, 111., May 27.
Open. High. iJow. Clos.
May .... 98% 99
July 86 & 86%
May 71H 70%
July 67 Is 61
May 43% 41 T»
July 39% 39«g
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, May 27. Wheat
Steady; No. 2, red, export, $1.00%®
1.01; Nn. 1, Northern, Duluth, export,
Corn Steady; new, No. 2, yellow,
natural, local, 8%®81c; do., kiln dried,
local, 81%® 82c.
..Oats Steady; No. 2, white, 47®
4 7 % o.
Bran Market steady; winter, par
$28.50(0)29.00; spring, per ton,
$27.60 <g) 28.00.
Refined Sugars Market firm;
po\vdered, 4.30 c; line granulated, 4.20e;
confectioners' A, 4.10 c; Keystone A,
i 4.00 c.
Butter The market is steady;
western creamery, extra, 26c; nearby
prints, fancy. 29c.
Eggs The market is steadyj
I ennsylvania and other nearby firsts,
free cases, $6.16 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, $5.70 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $6.30
por case; do., firsts, free cases, $6.00
t,k' velp °ultry Weak; fowls, 17%®
18c; young chickens, 14®20c;
spring chickens, 27®32c; broiling
chickens, 26® 32c! old roosters, ll@12c;
ducks, 13®) 14c; spring , ducks. 17
®'lßc; geese. 15®>17c; turkeys, 19® 20c.
Dressed Poultry Steady; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 18 %c; do.,
fair to good, heavy, 16® 18c; do.,
do., unattractive, 13®15c; old
roosters, 13c; roasting chick
ens, fancy, 16® 18c; broiling
chickens, fancy, 24® 35c; do., fair,
18@19c; capons, large, 23®25c; do.,
I small. 18®20c; turkeys, fancy. 24® 26c;
do., fair, 20®23c; ducks, 11® 18c; geese,
II @1 «c.
Potatoes Weaker; now, per bar
rel, $1.50® 4.50.
Flour—The market Is steady; winter,
clear, $3.85(3)4.10; straights, Penn
sylvania. $4.15 ® 4.30; western, $ 4.25 (g)
4.10; patents, $4.50® 4.90; Kansas
straight, Jute sacks, $4.15®4.30; spring,
firsts, clear, $4.00®4.20; straights, $4.20
@4.40; patents, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hay The market is steady; tim
othy, No. 1, largo bales, $18.50® 19.00;
No. 1, medium bales, slß.oo® 18.50; No.
2, do., $16.50@ 17.50; No. 2. do., $14.60®
16.60: no grade, slo.oo® 12.00.
Clover mixed: Light mixed, $17.00®
17.50; No. 1, do., $16.00016.50; No. 2, do.,
By. Associated Press
Chicago, 111,, May 27. Hogs Re
ceipts. 21,000; steady. Bulk of sales,
sßio@B-20; light, $g.00®8.25; mixed,
$8.00®8,25; heavy, $7.75® 8.22 %; rough,
$i.76®7.90; pigs, $7.30®8.10.
Cattle Receipts, 15,000; steadv.
Beeves, $7.35®9.30; steers, $email@example.com;
stockers and feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org; cows
Sheep—Receipts, 16,000; slow. Sheep,
$5.25® 6.20; yearlings, $6.20(3)7.15;
lambs, $6.25®8.25; spring, $6.75@'J.75.
By Associated Press
Washington, D. C., May 27.—An
other amendment to the Panama
Canal act proposing that ships en
gaged in domestic commerce pay tolls
about one-half those charged foreign
ships, and proposing another method
of arbitrating the exemption dispute,
was introduced to-day by Senator
Cummins, Republican, of lowa.
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