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FURNISHED ROOMS AND
RENT Furnished rooms and >
boarding by meal, day 01 week. Ap
ply 1001 N. second St.. corner Boas and
Second straeta. !
BEAL ESTATE FOB BALE OB BENT
HOITKS FOR RENT and :H-story|
dwelling houses for sale. Elder Real
Estate Co.. 24th and Derry Sts.
BEAL ESTATE FOB BENT.
POK RENT—At Rutherford Heights.
house? with all improvements: side
entrances. Rent from 111.00 to 11.'.00
per month. E. U McORONE. IS Clear
rleld St.. Rutherford Heights.
1427 NORTH ST.—S rooms, bath, all
improvements front and rear porches
—side entrance: rent 110.00. Possession I
Nov. Ist. Inquire A. M. NOLI* cor.»Klf- I
teenth and North Sts.
NO. i;o BROAD ST.—3-stor\ brick. 11l
lariie rooms, all improvements: suit
able for boarding or lodging house. Call
9 to 11 a. m„ 4*9 Broad St. Phone 361UJ.
NO. IS3I Regina St.. improvements.
No. 437 Hummel St . improvements.
No 2807 Camby St.. Penbrook. im- ■
provements: immediate possession. Ap- !
ply A. W. SWENOKU 219 S. 13th St.
-1330 Derry St.. Ist floor apt.... *40.00 |
1317 Perry St.. 2d floor apt... ..$35.00 ;
1315 Derry St.. 3rd floor apt.... $28.00
1-47 Mulberrv St., ,'d floor apt.. 1-8.00
1210 Berryhtll St . house $13.00
1447 Berryhill St.. house $22.50
20:: Nectarine St. house. $17.00
1417 Swatara St.. house. $17.00
143i> Vernon St . house $12.00
173 Summit St.. house 110.0 V j
Storage house. 11 N. River St.. $25.00
HARVEY 1. SAIITH. 204 S. 13th St.
Sl3 4 S. 204 th fyiREET—S-room house.
water in the house, front and back
porches, rent $12.00 a month. Inquire
S*l7 S. 20H St. ______ i
FOR RENT—3I7 Hamilton St.. S-room- !
ed house. Apply 1101 N. Front St.
FOR RENT—House 434 Cumberland St..
11 rooms and bath; all conveniences; I
large rear yard. Inquire within.
FOR RENT—AII improve
1612 Catherine, $16.00
1509 Naudain $17.00
542 S. 17tli $18.50'
Apply Kuhn & Hershey,
18 South Third street.
FOR KENT—Second floor apartment.
1939 Si\t:i St.. and house *Sa Schuyl
kill St. inquire of J. C. MKHRING.
-138 Sixth street.
ROOMS FOB BENT
FOR RENT—Third floor front room,
furnished, with use of bat.:. 2010 N.
FDR KENT—Two unfurnished rooms
<n third floor; use of bath, tig-in and
l.eit. Call 2333 Jefferson St.
i ." -
APABTMENTS FOB RENT
FOR RENT—One up-to-date apart
ment: 5 rooms and 'oath, in Keister's
Apartments, Fifth and Market streets.
BEAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
FOR SALS —Three-story building, at
Kr.haut. alor.s trolley line, cost to
uild. S'.OOO. Can lie changed into three
dwelling houses at little tvpense. Price.
J2.200.00 Very easy terms. Inquire at
East End Bank.
F< »K SALK—No. 'i'23 Union Ave.:
•5-story frame hous'\ Further
information, ask SC HMIDT, Flor
ist. 010 Market street.
FOR SALE—Two houses belonging to
l .e -state i f Di k. son MacAllister.
ie.eased. One property .s the stone
bungalow ,p the -ivct s.de of Front
♦tree". abo>e in- Fishing Creek M. E.
■th fe ' more c less of iver
front; and tne other a 2-stor\ frame
■' on lot about 50 ft by 300 ft. on
" 1 t s'reet below t''e Fort Hunter
note with the trolley stopping at the
■ea ' he lot Dauph:n Deposit Trust
• 213 Market street.
!>>!! SALE—ITU Gr.ren St.—3-storjr
k; > ro ■ :is. bath and furnace.
U)' I.xST. BRINTON-PACKER CO.,
' Second and Walnut Sis.
i <»R SAI.E—:7I an-i "7.: S. S:mmit St.
\o. 1. s a snoe repa.ring shop with
loon.s attached 173 is a two-storv
frame dwelling. Lo; 4»>,x50. Price of
■ otii, S:.!OV. BRINTON-PACKER CO..
■■■ i' am: \\ air, .t sts.
Sale and Exchange
C. 4'. H. LAXGI.ETZ. Lumber—
Roug - and lumber.
All kinds and grades—cheap.
Call, write or phone.
Off-ce. Cameron and Mulberry Sts.
FOR SALE—Five-passenger PoDe-To
ledo touring *.ai. just overhauled;
brand new ti.-es. In excellent condi
tion. $3? Ocas. . Can be seen at Har
rington s Garage, Brady avenue. Bell
tOR SALE—One lot of second-hand
lumber for sale at rear of 4!s State
J>t. Apply GEO. W ORTH, 423 S'ate St.
FOR SALE—At a bargain: touring car,
35 horsepower Studebaker; electric
l.g..ts and starter: new oversiied tires'
car in A 1 condition: run 5,00>> miles
Address Box Millersburg. Pa.
FOR SALE—Sherwin-Williams Paint.
Stain and Varnish. Keen Kutter Tools
and Cutlery. Ryder's Brighten- up
Store. 4 4 N Third St
FOR SALE—AT GABLE'S. 113. 115 and
117 S. Second St.. 5.000 gallons New
Era ready-mixed paint. Acme quality.
All the full line of the Acme make.
CLOSING OUT BARGAINS::?—Cherry
parlor set. $7. "Neponset," better
than linoleum. 35c; locust-chestnut
fence_ posts. 15c; imported oody brus
* sel. 55c; best, sl. 9x12 rugs. $3; heaters,
ranges, guns. etc. YINGST. Front-
FOR SALE—AT GABLE'S. 111-111 a
Second St, 0.000 sets new sasli, fxlO
12 L.. primed and glazed, at $1.15 per
set. Also other sizes.
"Facts and Figures"
OCTOBER 1914 EDITION
Complete lists of all kinds of real
estate for sale. Be sure to get a
copy—free for the asking.
MILLER BROS & NEEFE
Fire Insurance Surety Bonds
Locust and Court Streets
( Wants I
MORE KNOWLEDGE. MORE PAT— By I
t study multiply your earning power. I
Private instruction. Day and Even- j
j ing. in shorthand, typewriting, pen-,
mansn.p, dictation, etc., at v%ry rea-
J?, 1 ™ 1 ? cost. Come in and talk it over.
MLRLE K. KEXJJE&R. Room 309. Pa- J
WANTBD—A boy to learn pressman's
trade. Apply at Book and .lob De- !
WANTED—Traveling salesmen to 9a r
ry our line on a commission basis,
great chance for side line men; liberal
commissions. Standard Trunk and Bag 1
o.. Petersburg. Va.
WANTED—First-class barber. Apply
K. Bender, 26 S. Fourth street. Har- ,
(MANAGER —A large and steadily ex- 1
panding clothing establishment \
wants a live wide-awake responsible :
manager for one of its branch retail '
stores. Must be a good salesman and j
collector, possess executive ability, fa
miliar with credits and exceptionally !
*ell recommended. To such a party ;
an unusual opportunity awaits him.
Bond required. Give full particulars I
•is to all previous employment and sal
ary expected. Address No. 3955. care !
W ANTED Several boys 1
with bicycles to work in j
I afternoon during: World's
Series Baseball games. Ap
ply Circulation Dept.. Star-
WANTED—Carpenter, at Third and
I Blueberry streets. Steelton, Pa.
MEN WANTED to get iheir barberins
done at the Midnight Barber Siiop.
1 439 Market street, next door to
; man House. Open until midnight.
PRIVATE IXSTRI'CTIbX. Day
and Evening, in Shorthand,
Typewriting, Penmanship, Speed
| Dictation, etc. Assistance given
iin securing positions. Special in-
I ducement is offered you to begin
now. Call or address
KELLER, Room 309, Patriot
Bldg.. 11 X. Second street.
| SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE.
WANTED—Boy IS years old desires
place as errand boy. :$ S. Fifteenth
WANTED—B> a strong man. years
of age. a position of any kind. Ap
ply 605 S. Third St.. Steellon, Fa.
WANTED—Young man. If. wants cler
ical work of any kind. Has had ex
perience as stenographer and book
keeper. but will accept position of any
kind of clerical work: can furnish
good reference*. Address PAUL# WOL
i MER. Gen. Del.. City.
WANTED—General housework or hotel
work, by a young colored man: can
give good references. Applv 1320 Mon
ANTED—Position of any kind, by a
young colored man; can give reter-
I ences. Apply 1231 N Seventh St.
ANTED—By a middle-aged colored
man. position as waiter in private
family; can furnish good reference.
( Apply 405 Bailey street. Steelton.
strong man. has a widowed
j mother to support and wishes work
of any kini JOHN A. HOSORIXSKI,
tfOo S. Third St.. Steelton. Pa.
COLORED MAN wants housework of
an >' fcind. Call, SOS Cow den St.
INTELLIGENT married mail. 3S years
old; speaks four languages; willing
worker; wishes permanent position.
HI'STLCR. P. O. Box 151, Harrisburg.
work of any kind; not afraid of work
and can furnish good references. Apply !
WANTED—White woman for cook.
Refe ences required. Call 401 North \
1 Front St.
GIRLS WANTED to learn
the trade of cigar-making,
packing and in the shipping
department. Apply llarris
j burg Cigar Co., .No. 500 Race
WANTED Dr«*smaking and plain
sewing, by day or week. Apply Sl2
WANTED—A respectable colored wom
an would like any kind ot work oy
da>. or offices to clean MRS. LILAdE
PIPER, Gen. Del.. City.
j WANTED—A respectable colored wom
an would like anv kind of davs'
work. YIRGIE REDMON, Gen. Del.
YOUNG wants position as houie
_keep«r: Apply m Washington St.
WANTED—A young girl, 17 years old. 1
wishes a position as clerk in a shoe
store. Address M. C„ 751 S. Twenty- 1
■ rirst stfeet. !
A WHITE WOMAN wants to keep
i house for widower. Address MR.S.
ELIZABETH L. GINGRICH, 31» Uw
! rence St., Middletown. Pa.
w ANTED—By a young colored woman,
a position as office cleaner or dish
washer. Can give good reference. AD- ■
ply 122S Spruce Ave.
WANTED—By a girl 13 years old, a
I place in a smali family, so she can
go to School. Apply 3955, care Star
\N ANTED—Reliable middle-aged wom
an wishes a position as housekeeper. 1
I Call or address 235 Kelker St.
WANTED—By an intelligent, middle
aged widow lady, a position as house
keeper for widower without small chll
. dren. Write or call at 1521 North Sec
. ond street. City. Please call before t*ri- i
■ , day evening. .
WANTED—A middle-aged lady, from
the country, would like a position as
housekeeper or care of aa invalid. Call
or address 1212 State street.
=■ i :
b, siiitf. p&iCEi.
Conditions !u ti» Phl'«delDti'» Markrt
for Three Day* This Week
Philadelphia. Oct. B.—Conditions for
three days, ending Wednesday evening,
i October 7:
B>ef Cattle—There was a shade (of
improvement pervading the market,
with top rates a trifle stronger. Cur
. rent offerings were mainly from the
Virginias. Cows realized former values
and calves under ordinary Inquiry clos
ed about steady. Quotations
Steers Average nest. s9.onfi
.choice, »8.75©5.85: good. »8.5O»8.*0;
mmium, IS.OftifJ 8.2.~i . common, S7.sd<2v
7.75; bulls. 14.75®»i.50; fat cows. $5.25
46.50; thin cows. H. 5085.00 milrh
| cows, common to choice, 145975; ex
tra, SBS; veal calves, exceptional lots.
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT. THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1914.
A man with experience in stocks and bonds, who
WAITED permanent income for one of the
' strongest financial houses in the
country, whose business always commands custom
ers. No capital necessary.
Reply, giving name, address and business ex
perience—Box 1146, Pittsburgh.
All Banks and Trust Companies of Harris
burg and Steelton will be closed on Monday,
October 12th, 1914
Harrisburg Clearing House
PACKING—A. H. SHRENK 1906 North
Sixth street, first class packer of fur
niture. china and bricabrac. Bell phone
W. J. WENRICH. 339 Hamilton street —
Furniture, china and piano packing.
I Shipments looked after at both ends.
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
WE ARE now renovating feathers,
making pillows and folding feather
mattresses at Tenth and Paxtun streets.
a J. CAMPBELL.
WANTED—AII kinds of gun smithing.
all kinds of gunsmith work done; all
work guaranteed. Inquire L>. J. Stiles,
X. C. bridge. West Fairview, Pa.
FOR HlßE—During convention week;
up-to-date touring cars. Phone 11R.
DAVIS. 3593, care Abbott-Detroit
MONEY IO LOAN
MOST MONEY loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, guns, revolvers,
musical instruments, etc. Bargains in
unredeemed pledges CITY LOAN OF
FICE, 411 Market St» next to United
LOANS—SS to IJOO for honest working
people without bank credit a', less
than legal rates, payable in instal
ments to suit borrowers' convenience.
Loan and Investment Co..
j 301_Chestaut SL
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
ALL kinds of hauling; large two-ton
truck, furniture. pianos, freight, in
| the city and suburbs. Prices reason
-1 able. Picnic and pleasure trips, uay or
evening WM. H. DARE, i4i>s Vernon
St. Bell yhone 3517.).
STORAGE in 3-story brick building,
rear 40S Market St. Household goods
In clean, private rooms. Reasonable
rates. Apply to P. G. DIEXER, Jewelei,
408 Market St. «•
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO, Two
large brick warehouses, built ex
pressly for storage. Private rooms tor
Household goods and unexcelled facil
ities for storii*? all kinds of merchan
dise. Low stoiage rates.' South St. and
P. R. R-
Lost and Found
FOt-*ND—The home of cleanliness, at
SGGERT'S Steam Dyeing and French
Cleaning Works. 1245 Market St. Either
phone ends your worry. Try u*. We
■ live- and call.
LOST —Odd Fellows' book. No. 320. and
railroad ticket. Ret.irn to DR. W
STEWART RUSSELL i Market St.
LOST, strayed or stolen; black and tan
I and flea bitton white hound dog.
about li inches high; answers to Rat."
Name and tag on collar. Reward if re
turned to lit N. Seventeenth St., Har
$11.50512; good to choice. slo® 10.50;
medium. $8.00®9.00; common. s6.o'J®
| T. 00; southerns and barnyards. ss.oo<a
Sheeip and Lambs—Supplies in pro
-1 portion to the demand were libera!, in
-1 asmuch as buyers were disposed to
hold off. resulting in some left-overs.
| ,*heep were keeping fairly steady, but
i the choicest lambs rut#»d easier. Quo
I Choice " 15.2565.50
I Medium $4.50®5.00
j Common $:t.00®3.50
; Ewes—heavy fat $4.50g5.00
i Lambs— '
■ Extra »«.25« *.50
j Clood to choice $5.00®8.25
I Common $5.50«6.00
: Hoga—Shipments were under season
able control at the full straight range.
Quotations: Western, as to sire.and
I quality, $12.2501-.50.
I Cltv Dressed Stock—Trade w*s of a
irormal character, with prices showing
no material change. Quotations:
Steers—l2<4t>lsUc; heifers. ll®14c;
MWS, 9®l2}*c; veal calves, 15® 16c; ex
tra calves, 17c; southerns and barn
yard*. 10®12c: country-dressed. 13914 c;
extra. 154 c; sheep. 9010 c: extra weth
ers. 11c; lambs. 14®>15c; extra lambs,
ISc; hogs, 12 V»© 12\c.
Chicago Lire Stock Market
Chicago. Oct. S.—'Hogs—'Receipts.
11.000; slow. Bulk. 7.25®1!.0t0 light, 7.80
®8.25; mixed. 7.25®8.30; heavy. 7.00®
S. 10; rough. 7.00®7.10. pigs, 4.75®8.00.
Cattle— Receipts 0.000 steady. Beeves.
>so® 11.00; steers. 6.!5®9.00: stockers
and feeders. 5.25® 8.35: cows and heif
ers. 3.40® 9.10; calves. 7.50f> 11.25.
Sheep—Receipts. 24.000. slow. Sheep.
4.75® 5.»0; yearlings, 5.50® *.40. lambs.
6.00 ® 7.55.
DAUPHIN COUNTY BONDS.
The undersigned solicits proposals I
I for the sale to It. at not exceeding '
par and interest, of Dauphin County
bonds of the respective issues n«:n
, ed below. in sufficient amount to
permit the for the bene
fit of the sinking funds established
for said issues, of the sum named
in each case.
Issue of January 1, 1901: Amount
for investment. ss.4*3.ls
.Issue of December 1. 190;: Amount
for inrestment. tI.SOS.S6.
of April 1. 1903: Amount
for investment. J7.515.T4.
| Proposals, pursuant to this notice.
' should be sealed and plainly marked ,
Proposals for the Sale of Dauphin
County Bonds." with the date or
issue of the bonds offered, and ]
should be received by the under- ,
signed not later than four o'clock.
P. M October 19. 1914.
The right is reserved to reject
j any and all bids in whole or in part. »
COMMONWEALTH TRUST COM
Everything You Could Ask
For in a Suburban Home
S rooms, bath and paatrv. Fine
location; »c tare: 10-minute service.
Steam heat; electric light; cemented
cellar: coal bins under S foot front
1 porcli. Lot 25x125. Terms to suit
I purchaser. Apply to C. E. BEAM,
Shell street. Progress, Pa.
\[ % 'j
! WE are disposing of our en
i| tire stock of used care. If
. you iuteud buying a car. now
| is the time. Among them are
cars equipped with electric
; starter and lighting. All in
' | good condition. ,1
i No reasonable offer re
j fused. Call and look them;
•over. Open evenings and
• 106-108 S. Second St.. City.
PLOTS OF GROUND '
S. E. Corner Front and Peffer
1 Sts., 105x190 ft.
X. Second St.. 40x100 ft.
. : S. E. Corner Fifth and Emerald Sts.,
ij 38x127 ft.
700x500 ft. along Pennsylvania
_ ; Railroad for manufacturing plant.
Market and Main Sts., 250x140
- j ft.
Long St.. 2-story dwelling with 2
! j acres of land, all kinds of fruit.
Long St., 2-storv dwelling with 1
aere of land, all kinds of fruit.
5 . 100 acres, I>4 miles east of
35 acres, % mile north of
. i 38 acres, 1 miles from Marvs
]\ H. M. BIRD
) . Union Trust Building
; ' _ _
■i TABERNACLE TO GO UP IN DAY
■ Thousand Volunteers Expected to Erect
Building Next Week
At a meeting of the Tabernacle com
mittee of the Stough campaign held
, last night, it was decided to erect the
i tabernacle if possible on Saturday, of
i next week, when a thousand volunteers
i from the eo-operating churches are ex
'■ pected to take part in the operations.
' Food will be served by members of the
| women's work committee to the work
r j Shop meetings began yesterday and
'■ will be continued every week day until
j the opening of the campaign. No meet
ings were held to-day because of the
Artistic Printing at Staj-Independent.
IN PARADE LINE
Caatlaurd Kroa First Page,
cial trams «: practically the same time.
When the crush became thickest before
11 o clock Chief Marshal Holstein
plunged into the thick of the crowd I
and directed the movement of the com
panics. The York countv delegation
blocked the street from the station en- !
trance to the square and traffic on M»r !
k«ff >treet was practically impossible.
At 11.30 o'clock thief Marshal
Holstein, in the flower-covered nutomo :
bile, neat to th-> head of the line and i
began active preparation* fot the move
ment of the parade. By noon the great
er part of the visitors were in the eit\ ,
and on their wa_v to various (ire houses i
Divisions began arriving at' stated
places along Second street, right rest
ing on aide streets, at 1 o'clock. All 1
dvision marshals were again cautioned j
this moruitig as to the deportment of ;
the men in line and attention was called
to several sections of the rules, which j
required all marchers to refrain from
smokiug in line, directed the marshal^
WILLIAM S. TUNIS.
Chief of Staff of the Parade of the i'
to prevent dnncing and funny antics in If
line and to exclude from the parage all j '
intoxicated men. j 1
The Parade Contests
It was believed that the men would
pay close attention to these important
details as to deportment, as this will ■
have something to do with the awarding
ol the parade prizes. Visiting firemen
were contesting for the t'ollowng j
prizes: Finest uniformed company in
line, $100; having largest!
number of uniformed men, $100; com-j
panv having next largest number of 1
uniformed men, SSO; uniformed com
panv having finest apparatus in line, I
$100; uniformed company having finest >
parade apparatus, SSO; company com-1
ing greatest ditsance, to include not
less than 25 uniformed men and band
of not less than 20 men. $100; uni
formed company having oldest up para i
tu« in line. $25; best Darktown File
Company, $75; second best Darktown
Fire Company, $25; tallest uniformed
fireman in line. $25; smallest uniformed
fireman in line. $25; heaviest uni
formed fireman in line, $25.
The parade committee to-day sta
tioned the judges at secret places over
the route. The location of the .judges
was kept a secret even from the chief
marshal. As soon as the parade is dis
missed in Market square the judges
will meet in the headquarters of the '•
Harrisburg Firemen's Union and decide
on the prize-winners. The results [
should be known this evening at 7
Checks for the various amounts have i
been prepared and as soon as a winner 1
is decided the name of the company
will be filled in the blank space anil
the check will be dispatched to that
The procession will he headed bv a
squad of policemen under Captain Jo
seph B. Thompson and thb squad will
consist of Policemen Mulligan, Gra
ham. Cummings, Gibbons, Scott, Shoe
maker, Essig, Kautz, Rutter, Lyme,
Spangier and Shaffner.
LAST NIGHT S STREET SCENES |
WAV DESPITE THE DRIZZLE
The first really big night in connec
tion with the State Firemen's conven
tion was last evening. Despite a mean
drizzle, which made it unpleasant,
the streets were crowded until mid
night. In addition to thousands of,
firemen there were many other visitors
in the city, come to see the big pa
The crowd was made merry because
' of the ball of the Harrisburg Mum
mers' Association in Winterdale hull. |
! Scores in fancy costumes mingled with
the crowds on the streets and helped 1
make the evening one to be remember
ed. There were many other activities
that attracted the attention of the vis
i itors. the chief one being a ball in the
: Chestnut street hall for the delegates j
and their wives.
Preceding the opening of the ball
the members of the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the State Association, gave Mrs.
Samuel S Smith, of Norristown, the
retiring president of the auxiliary, a
i cut glass luncheon set. The gift was
presented by William Sharah, of Brad
dock. Mrs. Smith responded. The com
mittee in charge of the presentation
was as follows: Mrs. William .Sharah,
of Braddock; Mrs. C. F. Harkins, of i
York; Mrs. Charles Spears, of Read
ing: Mrs. John Musser, of Bnmesboro.
Every fire company in the city took I
j care of its g.iesfs with special enter- '
tainment in fire houses or places near
by, rented for the occasion. Many
band concerts were held during the
JOHN F. AX CON A IS HERE
WITH HIS READING COMPANY
One of the most conspicuous organ-
I izations here for the parade is the
| Hampden Fire Company, N0.«6, of j
Reading, of which John F. Ancona, a
prominent Reading newspaper man and |
Democratic State politician, is captain.
Mr. Ancona is one of the men inter-1
ested in the recent consolidation of
newspapers now published in the Tele
gram and Xews-Times building, in,
The company has eighty-two mem-'
j bers in line here and is accompanied j
' by the famous Philharmonic band, of>
MILITARY ATMOSPHERE IN
COMEDY "MY BEST GIRL"
Much of tlic fun, in "My Best Girl,"
the (banning I'ollocslfi'unoM Wolf
farce with music by Clifton < raw ford
anil Augustus Bnrrnft, which comps to
tlic Majestic Saturday, matinee and
night, with Victor Morlev niid an nil
star cast, i-s derived from jfood natured
military satire. The second act of the
|dav takes |»::ice at an army post and
the comedy is fast and furious. There
is a scene with a squad at mess with
each course on the menu beans. There
is the Awkward Squad, and the penalty
of a fractured army rule. In fact ail
AMUSKMENTS. | AMUSEMENTS.
MAJESTIC THEATRE * ILW "
Thursday, Oct. 8 . TO-MORROW Ma}, and Night
A TRKMP'.MIOI S HIT I> S. V. . THE K.VMOIK
With HARRY LeCLAIR
Hj (ifo. Hroarihiir»t an<| AhrnbHm
S« hoiiM'r. The ll** MI HurlenqtM l lof the Season
"It dares yon to forKi-t it as you PRICES—M*I„ SKS«-, l.'HVc, SWc. Eve...
ha\c h hundred nnlU and water ia ■ ir „. ;w< ,-vO«., Tsc. 1
PRICES—Mat., ane. SOr, 7.V. M.OOs l '" M " Return* of W brlri's Merle*
Br*. Me, We. 75c, F t 00; fen n t SI.SO Given D«(hw < />«■ show
SATURDAY, OUTOBER 10 MATINEE, AND NIGHT
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PRICES ar.c til *l.OOl OPKJIS
MATINEE AND NIGHT | S+
MONDAY, OCTOBER 12
HENRY W. SAVAGE OFFERS 7 g
The Tremendous Dramatic Spectacle ™
Standing Solitary and Alone, the Culmination of
Three Centuries of Dramatic Achievement.
150 People - A Symphony Orchestra
A Dazzling, Bewildering Display of Costumes,
Scenery and Electrical Effects.
Largest Musical and Dramatic Organization
This is Not a "Number 1\NO" or Road Company.
It is the Only "Everywoman" Company
Night, 25c to 51,50; Matinee, 25c to SI.OO
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IRENE FRANKLIN »*£***•
Surrounded Hy t* lltu \ aiudevilJe ■■ > mm _
tJ , ui ii No Long Feature
To-day's Matinee Will A
BEGIN AT 3 O'CLOCK Pictures
AFTER THE PARADE IS <l\ BR BE«l**lMi TO-DAV
Full llrturnM of W iirlil'H Serif*
• ilvrn Iliirlnc Ihi- Shmv THE KIM) lit' A SHOW 1111 I.IKE
Reading. After leaving Harrisburg,
the company, which is ou .1 three days
trip, will go to Gettysburg. The band
accompanied by the company, stopped
in front of the Star-Independent, build
ing thU morning and played several ex
i cellent selections. The company's head
) quarters here is the Hotel Lynch, Yer
| beke and Capital streets. The members
i will leave on Saturday for Gettysburg.
They are the special guests here Of the
(Joo'l Will Company.
The organization of the company in
cludes, besides Mr. Ancona, the cap
' tain, the following ofti era:
j Chief marshal, Charles W. Hollen
' bacher; assistant marshals, John W.
J kinds of fun comes fcom the u mutual
condition of a wealthy voting club man
who suddenly finds liitf self enlistee, as
a private. On the other hand the scene
, affords liberal opportunity for ostenta
tion. There is an otlH ers' ball, with
hrass buttons and gold lioe everywhere
There is a short mantuil of arnvs and
tln* potoo and splendoir of the lowering
"of the colors. In fact tbe second act of
"My Best Girl" is efl.n-tive in three
ways. The music is delightful, the
i comedy irresistible military at
-1 inosphere engenders tine patriotic
i spirit. Adv.
Brown, C harles K. Filbert, John Grain
ger. August C. Mayer, George B. Pfeif
er, I'eter E. S.iireck, George C. Straub
and Joseph X \'ogel; lieutenants, John
Ra-pp and Frank Hill; color bearers,
Paul Khrig and Kdwip Eisenhower.
Another fine musical, organization
that 'serenaded the Star-Independent
this morning is the Boys band, of
York. It* aide director is Jacob Blum.
.Stuart Keefer is manager.
The band of Charles M. Schwab's
Bethlehem Steel Company stopped in
front nf the Star-Independent office and
played several excellent selections this
morning. There were more than 60 mu
sicians in line.