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WANT ADS are with you. No matter
what you want or when you want it there's
always a copy of the Telegraph in reach if
you really mean business. This is the reason
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good results. The Telegraph covers the city
and surroundings like a blanket and is al
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SHIPP On Sunday morning, June 28,
1914. Lulu May Shipp. daughter of
John M. Shipp. deceased, and Katha
rint Shipp, aged 11 years, 2 months,
and 9 days.
Funeral on Wednesday afternoon, at
4 o'clock, from her mother's residence,
502 Balm street. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend without further
LOST Monday small nickel-plated
Jiammer, stamped Jay R. Elllnger. Rea
sonable reward If returned to Hotel
Rife. Walnut street, facing Capitol
il/DST Boy's gray sweater, be
veen Lemoyne and west side of Har
sbrug bridge, on Tuesday, June 23.
Inder please return to 23 North
ront, Harrisburg. Pa.
' i HELP WANTED —Male
| /ANTED 25 laborers. Apply im-
Bdiatelv. Harrisburg Employment
"ft Labor Bureau, Room 14, 26 North
WANTED Three boys, age 14 to
16 years, to sell fresh doughnuts. In
quire 612 Boas street.
WANTED Young boy, 16 to 18
years of age, to work in shoe store. Ap
ply to E. F. Deichler, Thirteenth and
AGENTS WANTED to sell tea, coffee
and merchandise in. Hummelstown,
Carlisle, Jfechanicsburg and Chambers
burg. Apply Tamsut Tea Co., 331 Mar
ket street, second floor.
SMALL. NEAT BOY' WANTED. Must
live vicinity Walnut and Third. Apply
Standard Woolen Co., 19 North Third
WANTED' Good canvasser to I.Jp
■work Harrisburg. Fast-selling article.
Good salary guaranteed. Only high
grade men need apply between 6 and 10
P. M. A. B. Burkholder, Bolton Hotel.
WANTED Bushelman. Apply at
once. Sell Btos., 211 Market street,
WANTED Three young high school
students to work on scholarship propo
sition to any university, college or pre
paratory school. Must be willing to
travel. Apply between 7 and S o'clock
this evening, 326 South Thirteenth
WANTED A first-class tinner. Ap
ply to William L. Jauss, Second and
WANTED Young man about 17 or
3 8 years of age, willing to learn trade.
Apply to Joseph Coplinky, 1208% North
SALES MANAGER WANTED for
guaranteed office appliance; merchants
and others. Must deposit $40.C0 cash
for SIOO.OO sample outfit now ready.
Full control and $40.00 week. See Mr.
Cawthon, 5 to 8 P. M., Hotel Carlton,
HELP WANTED— FemaIe
WANTED Two experienced sales
ladies for Gloves and Hosiery. Apply
to Mr. Greene, care of Astrich's, Fourth
end Market streets.
WANTED Girl for general house
work, white; only two in family; good
place for right person. 1166 Mulberry
WORK'S DRESSMAKING SCHOOI,
TEACHES perfect fitting before sew
ing. Each pupil makes the entire dress.
Become a pupil now. Make all your j
Summer and Fall dresses while learn- j
lng. Night and Day Classes. W. A. i
Work, 22 North Fourth street.
WANTED White girl for general '
housework in family of two. Must be 1
good cook and laundress, but no flat
work. Good wages for competent help.
Address Redwood Cottage, Mt. Gretna,
WANTED Young, married man
desires position as chauffeur In private
family, or driving truck; can do own
repairing. Call Bell phone 3669 L or ad
dress 1312 Harris street.
POSITION WANTED ~on farm bv
young man, German, 27 years of age,
single; steady position and good home
wanted. Address care of H. 0.. 121 Pro
I . :
You'll get full value and
then considerably more at
the figure we're offering a j
plot of ground on the west
side of Monroe street, j
near Cumberland street.
It is 96 ft front on Mon
roe street by 85 ft. in depth
to Florence alley.
Miller Bros. & Neefe
Fire Insurance Sarrty Roads
locust and Court Streets
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TUESDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG frfßSft) TELEGRAPH JUNE 30, 1914.
WANTED Colored man wishes
work, light work, has one hand; can
wash auto, also trim lawn; good
■ worker; can give reference. 1 OSS South
WANTED Competent, reliable,
temperate chauffeur want# position
(white). Address Box 1294, care of Tele
WANTED Handy man. who thor
oughly understands waitiner and short
order cooking. Apply Thomas Otis,
care of Hoffman House.
WANTED Young, married man de
sires position of any kind; collecting
preferred. Address C. C. C., 423 South
Fourteenth street, Harrisburg. Pa.
WANTED First-class chauffeur de
sires position; has had twelve years'
experience; four years at the factory;
reference furnished. Address No. 1811
1 SITUATIONS WASTED—FemaIe
WANTED Young colored girl de
sires position as nurse or light house
work. Call, or address, 1231 North Sev
WANTED Colored woman desire.'
washing and Ironing, or day's work of
any kind. Call, or address, 1412 Wil
WANTED By white woman, bundle
washing. 232 Charles avenue.
WANTED ■ — Housekeeper, with two
girls, wishes position. Address Mrs.
Stella Deal, Fort Hunter, Pa.
' WANTED Y r oung woman wants
washing for men or women, or work
of any kind by the day; can furnish
references. Call, or address, 368 Main
| street, Steelton, Pa.
WANTED Colored girl wants gen
jeral housework. Bell phone 3236 L.
! WANTED - .Colored woman wants
washing and ironing to do at home. Ad
j dress 1309 Currant avenue.
| WANTED Position as stenog
i rapher; can furnish reference. Address
OS., 1296, care of Telegraph.
j WANTED Two colored girls, very
I good plain cooks, want positions; can
furnish good reference. Call, or address,
608 York avenue.
WANTED Young colored girl de
sires position as nurse girl. Call, or ad
V TED Colored woman wants a
position as cook, or chambermaid. 303
WANTED Day's work of any kind.
Apply at 1442 Derry street.
WANTED Colored woman desires
day's work or general housework, in or
out of city. Call, or address, 1322
j Marion street.
j WANTED Well experienced cook
j wants position. 1211 Wallace street.
j Situations Wanted—Male and Female
! WANTED Colored man and wife
I desire positions in the country. Call, or
address. 1316 New Fourth street. 0n...]
HEAL ESTATE FOK SALE \
! FOR SALE Lot 30x160 feet, cost
' $200.00 1911—worth $300.00 now for
I $160.00 cash, or $200.00 on terms to suit
purchased. G. W. Kehr, 204 Chestnut
FOR SALE Three-story brick
house, 2124 Penn street—all improve
; inents gas, electric light and steam
! heat. Apply on premises.
FOR SALE 2460 North Sixth street,
3-story brick house; 9 rooms; all mod
i em conveniences; lot; terms reasonable.
Apply at above address.
CAMP HILL RESIDENCE"
bungalow exceptionally well located
—eight rooms bath hot water
heat large porches bargain-sell
ing price. Miller Bros. & Neefe, Lo
cust and Court street, Harrisburg.
FOR SALE ln beautiful River
side, fine new brick houses, pn Second
and Third streets. Pressed brick front
large porches." large lots, side yards'
cement cellar and walks, electric lights
steam heat; complete bathroom; paper
ed throughout. $2,800 to $4,100*. Easv
terms. Lewis M. Neiffer, 222 Market
street, or E. Moeeleln. 424 State street.
FOR SALE Ten new six-room
hduses, rented at six dollars, at Edge
mont, north of Penbrook. Price, $3,800
for the ten houses. Money at 5 per
cent. Address G. S. Hartman, 38 North
FARMS FOR SALE—
-25 Acres 2 miles south of Middle
town 7-room frame dwelling—frame
bank barn variety of fruit. Price. I
80 Acres l,, miles south of Camp
Hill brick dwelling anfd frame barn.
Price. $125.00 per acre.
45 Acres SH miles southwest of
New Cumberland frame barn
frame dwelling elegant spring. Price,
Second and Walnut streets.
FOR SALE 354 Crescent St. 3-
story brick dwelling 8 rooms and
bath lot, 15.3x84 possession at
once. Price reduced to $2,600.00. Brin
ton-Packer Co.. Second and Walnut
FOR SALE 52,800 will buy a three
story brick house 7 rooms bath
gas furnace porch front • rented
for $lB. Further information at Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
NO. 1627 Chestnut street Is for sale—
three-story brick 8 rooms bath
gas furnace. Also other moderate
priced properties on the Hill. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
REAL KSTATK FOR SAI.E
' „ . FARMS FOR SALK
•>5 A ores, improvements, worth $7,000;
price only 15,900
; <0 Acres, improvements, worth $s,000;
; price .only (4.400
105 Acres, improvements and timber.
worth I..000; price only $2,850
SIS Acres, improvements and timber,
worth $7,500; price only $1,750
3 Acres, improvements, worth $3,000;
iirice only .....$1,200
indeed these Farms are great bar
gains and money makers. All heautl-
soil Will please even the ladles—no
trouble to snow them.
Care's Store. Linglestowh—C. B.
CARE. L. Car from Square, Harrisburg.
180 ft. deep; 7 rooms and finished at
tic; excellent location; four doors from
trolley Just off Main street on Boas.
sha de trees. Bargain at
SI,BOO. M. J. Sheaffer, *"SSS Penn
RKAI, ESTATE FOR REXT
. FOR RENT Desirable three-story
brick house; corner property; line lo
cation; good condition; 50 North Thir
teenth street. Inquire of Dr. D. J.
FOR RENT House No. 1726 Carna
tion avenue. Rent, $16.00 per month.
Apply to Clinton M. Hershey. 14 South
Second street. Rooms 7 and 8.
FOR RENT The whole or part of a
house, furnished or unfurnished, on
Second street, between Locust and Pine,
very central, with all accommodations.
Address S„ 1283. care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT House No. 2130 Green
wood street, $lO monthly. Call Bell
phone 1240J, or apply 421 South Thir
| I WANTED
BUSINESS WANTED Have several
hundred dollars to invest in small busi
ness in city or suburbs, or would con
sider partnership. State full particu
lars in first letter. Address 1299, care
TOMOBILE, light touring car or road
ster. Must be cheap. £TaVe make and
price. No dealers. Address Box J, 1298,
care of Telegraph.
WANTED To rent or lease, Moving
Picture Theater in Harrisburg or near
by town. Must show consistent weekly
profit, not necessarily large. Address
M„ 1295, care of Telegraph.
j WANTED —To buy, a good, second
hand Vlctrola or Victor Talking Ma-
I chine and Records. State lowest price
jand where it can be seen. Address F.,
1291, care of Telegraph.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Rooms and boarding,
| 513 North Second street. Also unfur
i nished rooms, first tloor, 719 North Sec
■ ond, for business or light housekeeping
■ apartments. .Apply 513 North Second
i FOR RENT Lower floor apartment!
I Fourth and Peffer streets, llvlngroom.
dinlngroom, two bedrooms, kitchen and
I bath; front porch. Apply B. F. Utn
| berger, 427 street, or 108 North
j BOARDERS WANTED
TABLE BOARDERS WANTED at a
I centrally located boardinghouse. First
i .ass home cooking. Pr'ce per meal.
Tickets for 21 meals, $4.00. 22$
j BOARDING WANTED
j BOARDING WANTED By man
and wife for July, convenient to trol
i ley in country or suburbs, single fare
I limit. Address Box S., 1297, care of
| iiOOMS FOli KENT
j FOli RENT Three nicely furnish
od rooms, all improve ments, including
cabinet gas range, i * ingerator; close
to trolley; reference ixruungod. Apply
342 South Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT For iignt housekeep
ing, new unfurnished rooms, niceiy
papered, strictly up-to-date, with com
municating kitchenettes. Stoves fur
j nislied lree. Laundry, phone and bath
room privileges. All outside rooms.
! Strictly private. Inquire Office, 429
i Broad street, or Janitor, Room 6, same
FOR RENT By the month, finest
furnished rooms in city, single or en
suite; all conveniences; city heat; elec
tricity and bath; all furniture new and
strictly first-class. Address R., 1292
care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT A large, second-story
front room, suitable for one or two
gentlemen, in a private family, with all
conveniences and use of telephone, at
212 Chestnui street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
single or en suite; all conveniences, in- '
eluding phone; reference required. Ap
ply 1015 North Front street.
FOR RENT—By the night or month,
the finest rooms In Harrisburg, single
or en suite. Laßelle Apartments, 204
I Locust street, next door to Orpheum.
i Steam heat, electricity, baths. Newly
furnished throughout. Apply Mrs. 13.
L. Morrell, 204 Locust street.
FOR SALE Two horses, one 5 and
i one 6 years old. Weigh about 1,200 j
; each. Apply 416 Calder street.
j FOR SALE Delicatessen store; only
one in town of 10.000 inhabitants. Ad
dress K„ 1293. care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Upright piano; good
condition; cheap. P. O. Box 484, City.
1? OR SALE Portable vacuum
cleaner. In perfect condition. Will sell
; very reasonable. Reason tor selling
have Just Installed a Tuec stationary
cleaner system. Apply A. Hall, 1727
FOR SALE Hotel Lynch, 140-acre :
farm, 40-acre farm, and two sites for i
manufacture close to center of city. Not ;
a dollar down. Inquire of James J.
Lynch, 1311 Fulton street.
FOR SALE At Gable's, 113, 115 and
117 South Second street, 5,000 seta new
Sash, Bxlo, 12 L., primed and glazed, at
$1.15 per set. Also other sizes.
MR. AUTOMOBILE OWNEKTTTVOU
have an auto you want to sell, let us
get a buyer. No sale, no pay Is our
way. If interested consult us. Key
stone Supply Co., 814 North Third i
street. United phone 19W. j
SPECIAL Pullman Runabout,
bucket type seats, S4OO. Pack
ard Motor Car Co., 107 Market
FOR SALE lnternational truck- >
used only to demonstrate. Price ver>
reasonable to quick buyer. City Garage
FOR SALE Will sell privately, two
bedroom suits, diningroom furniture
hall rack. Also fixtures for meat mar
ket, and one Jenny Lind. Second-hand
men need not apply. Call 1247 Market
FOR SALE High-class touring car
4-cyllnder, 35-H.-P., in good condition!
newly repainted, original price $3,000
exceptionally low price; also automo
bile dellverv car, 120-inch wheel base
32x4 tires. 35-H.-P., 4-cylinder, suitable
for all business, good condition, rea
sonable price. Apply Sixth and Kel
FOR SALE lndian motorcvcle;
motor completely overhauled at factory
this Spring, otherwise in flrst-class con
dition: cheap to quick buyer; good rea
son for selling. 67 Conestoga street.
Steel ton. Pa.
FOR SALE CARDS OB Ml* tt til*
Telegraph Business Office.
BUT your traveling and leather goods
from the wholesale and retail leather
merchants. A large consignment on
display. Specialties made to order and
repaired. Harrlsburg Ha.neaa and Sup
ply Co.. Second and Chestnut.
FOR SAI.E One young bay mare,
weighs 1,250 tbs., in foal to Barito, a
i standard bred and registered Wllks
i horse. This mare will come In about
i October 1. 1 can say she is straight
, and right In every respect, and the kind
I that you don't pick up every day. Ap
; Pb" to P. G. Hartman. New Cumberland,
SALE —*At Gable's, 111 and
117 South Second street. 6,000 gallons
New Era ready mixed Paint; Acme
quality. Also the full line of the Acme
FOR SALE Four-passenger 1911
| Cadillac top and windshield ■—
I detachable tonneau has runabout
j deck and top complete. Five-passenger
Buick and 1913 Hup Roadster, all in
fine running order. Neighbors Motor Car
I Co., 120 Market street.
FOR SALE Beautiful white Mal
tese Poodle puppies; pedigreed stock.
Can be seen at Berger's Auction House,
315 Broad street.
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, B ->oms and
Board and Table Board at 2C -ch. One
of these signs will be given .. ,h each
six-time order for a classified ad. If paid
In advance. Inquire at Office of Tele
FOR SALE Used motorcycles and
bicycles in first-class running order
low prices. C. H. Uhler, 1317 Derry
street. Agent for Tlior and Yale mo
torcycles; also full line of accessories.
PUBLIC SALE The furniture of J.
Jurich, Llnglostown. Pa., will be sold at
Public Sale, Thursday, July 2, at 1:00
o'clock, at the above address. W. Koons,
PIANO FOR SALE at great sacrifice;
only used short time; Just like new, and
a beauty; no reasonable offer refused.
Call at residence, 406 North street:
FOR SALE Allison Hill Cafe. For
particulars inquire 1249 Market street,
Robert E. Buck.
TOR SALE—Canoe. Call Bell 207 W.
FOR SALE • Three bicycles, one
girl's and two boys'. Apply 208 Herr
FOR SALE Beds and bedding, three
I sots feather bolsters and pillows, par
! lor and bedroom chairs, dishes and pic
tures. Apply at 612 North Eighteenth.
! MOTORCYCLES Several good, Bec-
I ond-hand machines for sale at very low
price. Come and see them. Call at
I 1014 V 4 North Seventh street.
j FOR SALE Hamilton, Elgin and
Waltham Watches; 17-jewel; 20-year
i gold-filled case, at $17.50; 50c a week,
|or $2.00 a month. National Watch and
I Diamond Co.. Bergner Building.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
secured at the Telegraph Business
FOR RENT - In the Telegraph
Building, a suite of well located offices,
inquire for Supulntendent in Business
Office of Telegraph.
FOR RENT Store room 1200 North
I Third street; 33x100; 14-foot ceiling;
| one of the best rooms In the city. Ap
j ply J. S. Sible. 256 Herr street.
WANTED To exchange, 1913 mo
torcycle for small runabout or driving
| horse. Machine in good condition,
j Tires like new. Fully equipped. Ad
dress Frederick, care of Telegraph.
j BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
! GENERAL STORE F'R SALE—Fix
| tures at S2OO and stock at Inventory
'value, which is probably S7OO. Kent,
I $lO per month. Reply promptly. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
WE BUY, SELL AND RENT all stan
dard makes of Electric Motors and
Dynamos. S. G. Sweetser Electric Co.,
1002 Market street.
i I MADE $50,000 In live years in the
mall order business, began with $5,
Send for free booklet. Tells now. Hea
cock, 355 Lockport, N. Y.
ANY Intelligent person can earn good
Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par-
I ticulars. Press Snydlcate, 79k. Lock
| port, N. Y. •
R. H. PUFFER
LOCAL EXPRESS and Delivery. Piano
land Furniture moving a specialty. Stor
age of household goods. Good, dry wood
for sale, stove length. Bell phone 1684 J.
1119 Montgomery, Harrlsburg.
L H. LACKEY, 642 Peffer street
Furniture, china and piano packing
Shipments looked after at both ends.
Aiso all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
S. BOLDER & CO., dealers In all
makes of Sewing Machines for manu
facturing purposes only. 109 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
WE BUY AND SELL new and sec
i ond-har.d Furniture. Carpets, etc. Drop
[ postal or call 3239 L Bell ;?hona. 3.
] Klein, 1026 Market street
H. W. LATHIS. Boarding Stable an*
i National Transfer Co. Movers of
! pianos, safes. boilers and general haul
; lng. H. W. Lathe- Manager. Fifth and
1 Woodbine streets. Beu phone No.
[ 2603 R.
FO% 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
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
with best material ana Dy expert help.
Send us your worn furniture. Our best
efforts insure your satisfaction. & N.
Gluck. 320 Woodbine street.
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms. $1 to $3. Wsgons. 75 cents
per month. Apply D. Cooper A Co, <ll
Broad street. Both phones.
HARBISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
large brick warsehouses. built ex
pressly for storage. Private rooms
for household goods and unexcelled fa- i
clllties for storing all kinds of mer
chandise. Low storage rates. South
St. and Penna. R. R.
WILL the party who was inquiring
May 2. fli Corry, Pa., for May Nichols,
deceased, get In communication with'
her husband—T. Curtin, 226 Bayard I
street. Kane. Pa.; also P. O. Box 366,
NOTICE My wife, Mrs. Ahmad T.
Hamawei, having left my j bed and
board, I will pay no bills contracted by
(Signed) AHMAD T. HAMAWEI,
NOTICE is hereby given thkt applica
tion will be made to the (governor of
Pennsylvania, on Friday, JOly 17. 1914,
under the provisions of Ait Act of As
sembly, entitled "An Act tofProvide for
the Incorporation and Regulation of
Certain Corporations," applpved April
29, 1874, and Its supplemwits, for a
charter for an intendend #rporation
to be called the C/ PITOL tITY CON
STRUCTION COMPANY, the character
and object of which is the busftig. hold
ing, selllnn and leading of lansand real I
estate, and the Improvement mnd de-I
velopment thereof by contructingj
buildings thereon; and for tgkse pur-1
poses to have, possess and etJoy all the
SMALL MISSES ARE
READY FOR OPENING
[Continued From First fage]
anything like that single handed, kid
"Listen, Mary Elizabeth, did you
slip my chamois powder into that suit
case of yours?"
With an occasional telephonic inter
ruption from chum Jennie Smith this:
"Ain't you soon ready. May?"
Girls' Camp Opens Thursday
For Thursday, July 2, the annual
summer playground girls' camp on
McCormlck's Island will be formally
Plans for the 1914 outing have been
practically completed and it is prob
able that between forty and fifty
small misses will be under canvas be
fore Thursday evening. Such finishing
touches as the transportation of camp
equipage, personal baggage, the set
ting up of cook tent, sleeping tents and
similar paraphernalia will be added
to-day under the direction pf Play
ground Supervisor J. K. Staples and
Park Commissioner M. Harvey Taylor
and his assistant, J. R. Hoffert.
The girls' camp this year will be
presided over by Miss Jean Dallett,
who will come here directly from the
Sargent camp for girls at Petersboro,
N. H. Miss Jessie Dowdell, the do
mestic science Instructor at Reservoir,
Miss Dorothy McCormlck. instructor
at Reservoir; Miss Elizabeth McCor
mlck, the swimming instructor, and
Misses Katherlne and Julia Staples,
sisters of Playground Supervisor
Staples will be included in the camp
staff. The latter will represent Mr.
Staples when he is not in camp. At
night the supervisor and the boy swim
ming instructor will be under canvas.
She Climbed Ml. Monadnock
Miss Dallett who makes her debut
as a camp instructor for Harrisburf is
widely Experienced in girls' camp and
athletic work. She put in three rjionth.i
at the Sargent camp, a part of the
Sargent Normal School for Physical
Education, from which institution she
will graduate next May.
In writing of her experiences at the
Sargent camp Miss Dallett explains of
the swimming, archery and other out
door work and of the basketball and
other tournaments that were arranged.
Incidentally she mentions long "hikes"
by the girl campers and mentions a
climb to Alt. Monadnock by fifty or
more,fair campers under her leader
' COLONEL WILL WIN
[Continued From First Pago]
can party, of those people whom
Roosevelt has attacked most vicious
ly, will refuse to receive Roosevelt
back?" Mr. Mondell was asked.
"None," lie replied. "I think Roose
velt will do what he can for a few
Progressive candidates in some States.
I don't think he will make the active
campaign he might have made had
the trouble bnn of more recent ori
gin. 1 don't think you will find Mr.
Roosevelt saying anything which will
widen the closing breach between him
and the Republican party. I suppose
he will continue to attack the indivi
duals he singled out before, but the
party generally, I believe, will not be
the object of his attack. The Demo
cratic party jwill be his target.
"But how can Roosevelt, who de
clared time and again that the differ
ence between him and the Republican
party were fundamental, reconcile
these statements with a return to the
fold now or two years hence?"
"Well, Mr. Roosevelt will come back
to a slightly different party," replied
Mr. Mondell. "The leaders of the
party, and the party generally, realize
that they have been severely punish
ed, and that perhaps not altogether
by political malcontents. They have
come to understand that among those
who followed Roosevelt out of the
party were a great many clear-think
ing citizens, firmly grounded In Re
publican principles, who believed and
still believe that the party had fal
len Into a rut, is not sympathetic to
the progressive thought of the time,
and not sensible to the demands and
needs of its people. The party lead
ers realize that the party cannot af
ford to lose this type of supporters,
ana that it can bring them back into
the fold by adopting a course more
nearly in accord with their views.
"In other words, Roosevelt will re
turn to a chastened party. No doubt
certain reforms will be exacted by
him as the price of peace and will be
agreed to. But he will find that he
still is a Republican and his Progres
sive followers will find that they are,
if they ever were, still Republicans.
And the Republican party reunited
will present the strong front to the
enemy In 1916 that it presented be
to the music of the Vlctrola is de
lightful. Special dance outfits, $25
lip; terms to suit you. J. H. Troup
Music House, 15 So. Market Sq.
At the Photoplay to-morrow—Klaw
& Erlanger's feature —"Classmates."
rights, benefits and privileges t>y said
Act of Assembly and its supplement!
CHARLES C. STROH,
In the Court of Common Pleas of Dau
phin County, No. 500 Equity Docket.
—Charles A. Hutton Et Al. vs. M. H.
Spahr Company. Inc.
NOTICE is hereby arlven that the
Auditor appointed by the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Dauphin County to make
distribution of the balance In the hands
of Frank J. Shaffner, Receiver, will sit
for the purposes of his appointment In
the Dauphin County Law Library on
Monday, July 20, 1914. at 11 o'clock A.
M-. when and where all persons inter
ested are Invited to attend.
FRANK B. WICKERSHAM,
Harrlsburg, Pa., June 29, 1914.
MONET FOR SALARIED PEOPLE
and others upon their own name*
Cheap rate*, easy payments contldeu
* e». R. M 4, ft 2*. Market »%
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™ MFG.BYHBG.STENCIL WORKS * ||
)3Q LOCUST ST. HBQ.PA. If
THE harrlsburg Polyclinic Dispen
sary will be open dally except Sunday
at I P. M, at Its new location, tial
North Second street, for the free treat
ment of the worthy poor. A
GENERAL RECOVERY IS
MADE IN SECOND HOUR
Activity Attending Rise Was of Brief Duration; Bonds
By Associate? r"rtss
New York, June 30. The list made
a general recovery In the second hour
on authoritative denial of the rumor
that the Inter-state Commerce Commis
sion purposed postponing its decision
in the freight rate case a fortnight or
more. Southern Pacific led the Move
ment, gaining over a point from yes
terday's close, with lesser gains In
Union Pacific, Northern Pacific and a
few other representative issues. The
activity attending the rise was of brief
duration and by midday tho market had
fallen back to its early dullness.
Bonds were irregular, with a gain of
three points In International Pump
Furnished by H. W. SNAVBLY
New York, June 30.
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines . 27 %■ 27%
Amal. Copper 67% 67%
American Beet Sugar 25% 26%
American Can 25% 26%
Am. C. & F 50 . 50%
Am. Ice Securities . . ■ 29% 30
American Smelting . 62 62 %
American Sugar ... 106 106%
American T. & T... 12")% 120%
Anaconda 30% 31
Atchison 98% 98%
Baltimore &- Ohio .. 89 89%
Bethlehem Steel ... 41 41%
Bethlehem SteeL pfd 89% 90%
Canadian Pacific ... 192 193%
Central Leather ... 35% 35%
Chesapeake & Ohio. 49% 61%
C., M. & St. P 97% 99
Chlno Con. Copper . 39% 40%
Col. F. & 1 25% 20%
Corn Products 8% 8%
Distilling Securities . 14% 14%
Brie 28 28%
Erie, Ist pfd 43 4,1
General Electric Co. 147% 147%
Goodrich, B. F 23 23
Great Northern, pfd. 122% 124
Illinois Central .... 112% 112
Interboro-Met 14% 14%
'nterboro-Met. pfd.. 61% "62
Lehigh Valley 134% 135%
Louis, & Nashville . 138 138
Mex. Petroleum .... 53 53
Missouri Pacific .... 17 17%
Nev. Con. Copper. .. 13% 14
New York Central . 88% 89%
N. Y., N. H. &H. .. 64% 65%
Norfolk & Western. 104% 104%
Northern Pacific ... 110% 110%
Pacific Mail 22 22
Penna. R. R 110% 110
People's Oas & Coke 119% 119%
Pittsburgh Coal ... 18% 19%
Pittsburgh Coal pfd. 88% 88%
Pressed Steel Car .. 42% 42%
Ray Con. Copper . . 20% 20%
Reading 161% 165%
Rep. Iron & Steel . 22 22%
Rep. Iron & Steel pf 84 8 4
Southern Pacific .. 95' 96%
Southern Railway . 24% 24%"
Southern R. pfd. .. 78% 78%
Tennessee Copper . 33% 33
Texas Company .... 14 2% 142%
Union Pacific 152% 154
U. S. Rubber 58% 58%
U. S. Steel 59% 61
U. S. Steel pfd .... 109 109
Utah Copper 56% 57%
Va. Car. Chem 28% 28%
Western Marland .. 18% 18%
Western Union Tel.. 57 57 %
xWestinghouse Mfg. 72% 73%
Woolworth 95% 96
x-Ex dlv. 1 per cent.
Breweries and Saloons
in West Virginia Will
Close Doors Tonight
By Associated Press
Charleston, W. Va.. June 30.—Re
ports from over the state to-day indi
cated that many saloonkeepers antici
pated the enforcement of the pro
hibitory amendment to-night by clos
ing their places this morning. Some
of them had disposed of their stocks
and others frankly confessed they
feared disorder In the closing hours ci
the business. Breweries and distil
leries have been going out of business
for a month, some because they feared
pecuniary loss attending largo stocks
when the end came and others in or
der that their plants might be rebuilt
for other manufacturing purposes.
Ono large brewery in Wheeling is al
most ready to open as a meat packing
Fred O. Blue, tax commissioner, put
the finishing touches on his plans for
the enforcement of the amendment
and state officials expressed the belief
that little trouble would be experienced
in the more populous counties.
NOT IX) BE MADE PUBLIC
By Associated Press
Tokio, Japan, June 30. Takaski
Kato, the Japanese foreign minister,
to-day announced that details of the
treatv negotiations between Japan and
the United States on the subject of the
California alien land ownership legis
lation would not be published out of
deference to a request from the United
States government and also because
the publication was deemed unneces
sary. The comment to-day of the
leading newspapers unanimously ex
presses dissatisfaction with America.
WILL EXAMINE RATS
By Associated Press
Des Moines, la., June 30.—Boards
of health in cities along the Mississippi
river were to-day expected to take im
mediate action to exterminate rats
and to make bacteriological examina
tions of rats captured, in accordance
With telegraphic requests sent out by
Lafayette Niggins, sanitary engineer
of the lowa BOcird of Health.
AT Y. M. C. A. OAMP
A delegation of six boys from this
city are attending the boys' camp at
Inglenook, along the Susquehanna,
sixteen miles north of this city, being
conducted under the direction of the
State. Y. M. C. A.. Those from this
city who are present are S. Herbert
Kauffman, Henry G. Nachman. Ed
ward Schleisner, John C. Beck, Samuel
Kamsky and Theodore Sheffer.
16 and 18 North Fourth Street
A K ly J. L. Shearer, Jr.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADB
Chicago, nr. June 30.
Open. mgn. uw. Clos.
Fnrnlahrd by H. W. SNAVBLY
July 78 % 79%
Sept 77*, 7814
Dec 80% 80 %
July 67% 88(4
Sept 66 651(
July 36% 36*4
Sept 35% 35%
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., June 30. —• Hogs He
ceipts, 17,000; steady. Bulk of tat.
email@example.com; light, *8.15(58.47%; m«L
SB.O0 fij 8.10: pigs, $7.35®8.26.
Cattle —Receipts, 3,000; good,
others weak. Beeves. $7.30®9.45;
and heifers, $3.70®8.90; steers,
8.25; stookprs and feeders, $6.00®
calves, $6.50ffi>9.50. 1
Sheetl —Receipts, 20,000; weak. Sheep, ■
$5.30gt6.15; yearlings, $6.30®7.40; I
lambs, $6.40®8.10; springs,. $6.65@'9.15. fl
PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE I
By Associotcd rress H
Philadelphia, June 30. Wheat
Lower; No. 2, red. export. 99%®:'93c;
No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export, 97®
Corn Lower; No. 2, yellow, local,
7 8 @ 7 8 % c.
Oats Lower; No. 2, white, 46%#
Bran Market weaker; winter, per
ton, $24.50<g>25.00; spring, per ton,
Refined Sugars Market steady;
powdered, 4.40 c; fine granulated. 4.30 c;
confectioners' A, 4.20 c; Keystone A.
Butter The market Is firm;
western, creamery, extras, 28c; near
by prints, fancy, 31c.
Eggs The market Is Arm;
Pennsylvania and other nearby flrsi*.
free cases, $6.75 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, $6.00®6.30 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $6.75
per case; do., firsts, free cases, $6.00®
6.30 per case.
Live Poultry Firm; fowls, 17%
@18c; young chickens, ll®20c;
spring chickens. 27£i>32c; hroilmtc
chickens, 22®30c; old roosters, 11® 12c;
ducks, old, 12®14c; ducks, young, 16®
17c; geese, 15®17c; turkeys. 19@20c.
Dressed Poultry Firm: fowls,,
western, fancy, heavy, 18®19c; do.,
fair to good, heavy, 14® 17c;
do., unattractive. 10®13c; old
roosters, 12®12%c; roasting chick
ens, fancy, 16®l»c; broiling
chickens, fancy. 24® 35c; do., fair,
18®19c; capons, large, 23@250: do.,
small. 18@20c; turkeys, fancy, 24Q21c;
do., fair, 20®23c: ducks, ll®18c; geese,
11 ® 16c.
Potatoes Steady; old, per bushel,
90c#u$1.00; new, per barrel, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Jersey, per basket, 90c®$1.00.
Flour The market Is weak; winter,
clear. $5.85®4.10; straights, Penn
sylvania, $4.15®4.30; western, $4.25®
4.40; patents, $4.50®4.75; Kansas
straight, Jute sacks, $4.15®4.30; spring,
firsts, clear, $4.00®4.20: straights. $4.20
(ti4.35; patents, $4.40®4.65.
Hay The market Is steady; tim
othy, iNu. i. large bales. slß.ou® 18.50;
No. 1, medium bales, $17.50® 18.00; No. 1
2, do., $16.00® 17.00; No. 3. do., $14.00®
Clover mixed: Light, mixed. $1«.50©
17.00; No. 1, do., $16.00016.50; No. I.
do.. $14.00® 15.00.
FRONT STREET "FILL"
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provement of Paxton creek. These
matters were all threshed out at a
conference of the Board of Public
Works and City Solicitor Seltz and
some of the City Commissioners last
The necessary money for Paxton
creek and the dam may not, however,
bo all that may bo provided for. Ad
ditional money to cover the cost ol
paving street intersections—an item
that would have been provided for
had the 1913 paving loan of SIOO,OOO
gone through—may also be provided.
Should this be decided upon Thurs
day, a sum approximating $50,000
will be authorized. In the meantime
it will be decided whether or not the
money • can bo obtained from unex
pended balances or in some other
method than the floating of bonds.
Big Jobs Moving Rapidly
Harrisburg's big improvement jobs
are moving along rapidly—and scores
of men are busy on the wall, the dam,
the Paxton creek, and the Front and
Mulberry street subways.
With the exception of a section a
few hundred yards east of Nineteenth
street the big Spring creek sewer is
practically finished. This will be com
pleted, however, within a couple of
weeks, it is expected. The chief ob
stacle now being encountered is the
rock bottom in the creek bed, which
is to be crossed by a big pipe. Blast
ing is necessary to cut a way through
Dock street bridge was surfaced
to-day and by the end of the week it
will be ready for City Commissioner
Lynch's final inspection preparatory
to throwing it open for traffic.
Here's a Chance to Help Chap
Who Must Go to Mt Alto
If you've about three suits of un- '
derclothes, half a dozen pairs of
stockings, some outing flannel night
shirts, some top shirts of size 16, and ,
a sweater —any, either, or all of these
things—you will earn the thanks of
Captain Neilsen and the everlasting
gratitude of M. D. Seasalt if you turn
them over to the headquarters of the
Salvation Army. 609 Court street.
Seasalt is bound for Mont Alto—
Whether homeward bound depends
upon the restorative qualities or the
pines and air of the Pennsylvania
reservation —and he lacks sufficient j
clothing. Hence Captain Neilsen s k