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Death and Obituary
KIRBY—On October 11.—1914, James F.
Klrby, aged 56 year®.
Funeral on Wednesday morning: .it 9
o'clock, from St. Patrick's cathedral
nnd the home of his mother, l'js Cum
berland street. Relatives and friends
arc invited to attend without further
Rl T PP—George N. Rupp died very sud
denly Friday morning at his home,
near Shiremanstown. agred 67 year**.
Funeral services from his late home
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends
and relatives invited to attend without
Sale and Exchange
TOR SALE—A butcher's meat block, in
first class condition. Apply Domestic
Science Kitchen, 211 Walnut St.
FOR SALE—Cheap—One lirst-class, up
to-date Germantown cut-under car
riage, rubber tired;; one double set sil
ver mounted harness; one buggy har
ness. Apply CLASTER Stable, Peffer
and Logan streets.
FOR SALE—Seven swarms of bees.
Inquire of MRS. Y. UARMAN, McCor
mlck's Island, R. E. D. No. i.
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 or the Acme make.
CLOSING OUT BARGAINS!!!—Cherry
parlor set, $7; "Neponset," better
than linoleum, 35c; locust-chestnut
fence posts, 15c; imported body brus
sel, 55c; best, $1; 9x12 rugs. $3; heaters,
ranges, guns, etc. YINGSI. Front-
FOR SALE —AT GABLE S. 111-111 a
Second St., 5,000 sets new sash, fxlO
12 L>. primed and glaxed, at $1.15 per
set. Also other sizes.
PACKINC —A. H. SHRENK. 1906 North
Sixth street, first class packer of fur
niture, china and bricabrac. Bell phone
W. J. WdOTRICH, 839 Hamilton street-
Furniture, china and piano packing.
Shipments looked after at both ends.
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
MONEY TO LOAJr upon real estate »e
--eurttlee in any amounts and upon any
terms to suit the borrower. Address
P. I'l. Box 17 4.
MONEY TO LOAN
14.00 TO $50.00 on your plain note, to
any person holding a salaried posi
tion; all transaction strictly conlnien
tial. Employees Discount Co., 36 N.
Third St., aecond floor.
LOANS —$5 to S2OO for honest working
people without bank credit at less
than legal rates; payable in Install
ments to suit borrowers' convenience.
Loan and Investment Co.,
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
ALL kinds of hauling; large two-ton
truck; furniture, pianos, freight, in
the city and suburbs. Prices reason
able. Picnic and pleasure trips, day or
evening. WM. H, DARE* 1453 Vernon
St._ .BeU phone 3517 J.
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
large brick warehouses, built ex
pressly for storage. Private rooms for
household goods and unexcelled facil
ities for storii*? all kinds of merchan
dise. Low storage rates. South St. and
P. R- R.
r-r - - ■
THE Bast Harrisburs Building and
Ijoan Association will hold its annual
meeting and election of ofTlcers at their
place of meeting:, in the East End Bank
building, Friday evening. November fi.
\ new series of shares will open. Money
to loan on approved security.—S. P.
STAMOAUGH. Secretary; WILLIAM PA
THFJ regular annual meeting: of the
stockholders of Holmes Seed Com
pany, for the election of a Board of
Directors and such other matters a«
may properly be considered, will be
held on Friday, November ®th. at 2
p. m„ at the offices of the companv.
H. W. MIUbRtR, Secretary.
CHA RTF.n NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that an appli
cation will be made to the Court of
Common Pleas of Dauphin County,
Pennsylvania, on the twenty-sixth day
of October. A. D. 1914, between the
hours of 10 a. m. and .1 p. m., under
the provisions of the act of Assembly
of tlie Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
entitled "An act »<. provide for the In
corporation and reijuliMon of certain
approved April 29th. 187 1,
and the several supplements thereto,
for the charter of an intended corpora
tion, to be called "Chester View reme
tery Company," the character and on
ject of which is the purchase of land
within the Stita of Penns>lvama for
a public cemetery; the care and main
tenance thereof and to !?.v out and
divide the same into burial lots and to
dispose of the san e for th? purpose of
the burial of the dead, and for th%se
purposes to have and possess all the
rights, privileges of the said act of As
sembly and its supplements.
GEO. R. MEISEY,
City Building Lots
100- Bcrrjhll St.—near S. Cameron
St.—lot 20N9« »A ft.. «t!M»
Brooku onil A 19% S<«„ S. W. cor., —
lot 40x100 ft ..*7OO
•236 V < aiuerun St., —west side—
lot 4-1.9 ft. front, 100 ft. deep, and
19 ft. wide in rear. What is your
V Cameron "M„ —Kast side near Ver
hcke St.. —about 76 ft. front bv 97
ft. dce.p to an alley. What la jour
building lots at reasonable prices—
Ciet our complete IftM.
\. Fourth S(. # east side, near Wood
bine St.. —lot lOxflo ft sijon
Logan St.,—east side, near Emerald
St.,—lot 40x111* ft., to Orange Ave.
Desirable location jtHHto
IKM V Second St.,-—(west side))
plot of groivnd ft *27.%®
MO X. Secearth St M (west side), —lot
57x90 ft. Per ft. fron! 9129
*ecentta «fc Schuylkill Btee.—N. \V. cor.,
plot 115x115 ft.—well worth the
1523 State St., —lot 25x90 ft.—A very
desirable location 92r»Ott
MILLER BROS. NEEFE
Fir# Insurance Snraty Bonds
Locust and Court Streets
FURNISHED BOOMS AND
W>R RENT Furnished rooms and
bonrdtng by meal, day or week. Ap
| ply 1001 N. Second St.. corner Boas and
j Second streets.
REAIi ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT
HOUSES FOR RENT and 2H-story
I dwplllng houses for sale. Elder Real
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
; FOR RENT —Two large unfurnished
rooms, on second floor front. Cheap.
I'se of bath and ra-S. H96 S. Twentieth
1 M I RMSHEH ROOMS
For light housekeeping, with or with
out kitchenette; all outside rooms, nice
ly papered; new and strictly up-to
date; stoves furnished free; laundry,
phone and bathroom privileges. In
quire office, 429 Broad St., or Janitor.
REAL ESTATE FOE RENT.
-1330 Derry St., Ist floor apt.,. . $40.00
1317 Derry St., 2d floor apt $35.00
1315 Derry St., 3rd floor apt;... $28.00
124 7 Mulberry St., 2d floor apt., $28.00
1210 Berryhill St., house $13.00
14 17 Berryhill St.. house 522.50
203 Nectarine St., house $17.00
1513 Naudain. $16.50
143H Vernon St., house $12.00
Storage house, 11 N. River St.. $25.00
HARVEY T. SMITH, 204 S. !3th St.
FOR RiE-NT—House No. .118 Turner St.
i i near Sixth and Maclay Sts.», 8 rooms
| and bath; sl2 per month. JOHN H. MA
-1 IuONBY, R#*nl Kstate and General In
: suranoe, 1619 Green iJt.
j FOR RENT —-Second floor front apart
ment. consisting of three rooms and
bath, with all modern conveniences.
City steam. Plenty of hot water,
PENNA. REALTY IMPROVEMENT
CO.. 132 Locust St.
j FOR RENT —Desirable apartment, hav-
I ing live rooms and bath, living room.
! two bed bath, dining room and
j kitchen. All modern conveniences,
j Rental $16.00. Apply PENNA. REALTY
»CO., 132 Locus: St.
; FOR RENT—I6I3 Carnation St.; two
story brick house, six rooms and a
bath; side entrance and porches. Rent
; 516.00, Immediate possession.
FOR RENT—2-atory brick dwelling, all
improvements, 916 May street, rear of
1509 Boas; rent $14.00, immedlaie pos
session. Inquire E. O. SHAFFNER, 107
| Boas street. Bell phone 1295 R.
FOR RENT—Up-to-date home, one of
a pair; all conveniences; porch front;
No. 2231 N. Fourth St. $22.00 per
month. Apply CLATTERS JEWELRY
STORE, 302 Market Su
FOR RENT —All improve
-1612 Catherine, $16.00
.1509 Nandain, $17.00
542 S. 17th $18.50
Apply Kuhn & ' Hershey,
1 18 South Third street.
1 fOR IlENT—.Second floor apartment,
I ID3R Sixth St., and house Schuyl
| kill St. Inquire of J. C. MEH KINO.
WANTBD-—'Male boarders, at Hotel
j alla.ee, Wallace and Cumberland
streets. Comfortable rooms, steam
heated, gas and electric lights, bath.
Home cooking and serving. Also table
board at reasonable rates. J. OR. ANT
WANTED—'A furnished room, centrally
located. Address "Rooms," stating
WIIiL. PAY $5.00 per month for two
unfurnished rooms for light house
keep>ng, one on the third floor pre
ferred. Address '3359, care Star-Inde
j WANTED—To rent a small farm of live
I or twenty acres, either with s'.ock or
| without, as a truck farm; or care for
1 some good person. Can give good ref
erence. Apply 3961, care Star-lnde-
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RKNT—One up-to-date apart
ment; 5 rooms and batli, in Keister's
Apartments, Fifth ami Market street-?.
A|)pli_to H. KEISTKR. 500 Market St.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—IS 34 Walnut; an ideal
twiek corner, I 4500; 153H* Walnut,
frame, SI,BOO, lot 11x145 ft.; 1525 Re
glna, hot water system. $2,500. IRWIN
M. CASSELL, Real Estate and Insur
ance. 1444 Regina St.
FOR PAl,E—Homes at Riverside, at
$1,250. $2,500 and $2,500, with all im
provements and on easy terms. ,Vlso
| job carpenter work promptly attended
to In any part of the city. Estimates
cheerfully furnished by addressing S.
HAL#DEiIA.\ & CO., 3222 North Sixth
St, Harrlsburg, Pa. Bell phone 3622 M.
FOR SALE—The following properties
are offered to close out an estate:
:>Bl S. l-'ront>i>t.—3-story brick; eight
rooms, bath and furnace. Dot ,16x60.
578 and 580 Showers Ave. —3-story
frames, 7 rooms, price SI,OOO.
1216 and 1218 Currant Ave.—
frames; 6 looms each. Rental income
of each, SIO,OO.
1221 and 1223 Wallace St.—2H-story
frames; 6 roo.ns each.
638 and 640 Herr St.—2 H-story
frames; 6 rooms each. 638 Is a corner
BRINYON-PACKER CO.. Second and
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, now vacant;
porch front, cement cellar, furnace,
gas lights, side yard; lot 110 ft. deep
to 20 ft. street. Will be for sale for
one week at $1,550. Mortgage of SI,OOO
can stand. EDGAR B. DEREW, 4 N.
1 CORNER PROPERTY at 632 PefTer St.
i for gale; price $2.550—6 large rooms
and bath, gas, electric light; lot 20x
135; stable on rear. BEL.L REALTY
I CO., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE—PIot 40x210, on Third near
Reily St., with frame house thereon;
! paved alley on rear. Price reasonable—
I particulars at BEL.L. REALTY CO.,
) Bergner Building.
: Bl'Y THIS vacant house and pay as
I rent; very little, money needed, get
I the key and Inspect It. .No. 2032 Berry
hill St. Price $1,300. BELL RiEALTY
CO., Bergner Building.
| THREE-STORV FRAME HOUSE for
t s»le; No. 1219 Sixth St.; 12 rooms;
' hath; gas; furnace; porch; lot 26x90.
j Also suburban lots for sale. BELL
i nMAl '' ry I -0 '- Bergner Building.
FOR SALE—No. 223 Union Ave.;
3-story frame house. Further
information, ask SCHMIDT, Flor
i ist, 313 Market street.
FOR SALE—Two houses belonging to
the tstate of Dickinson AtacAllister.
; deceased. One property is the stone
' oungalow on the river side of Front
; street above the Fishing Creek M. K.
hureh, 350 feet more or less of river
1 front; and the other a 2-story frame
house on lot about 50 ft. bv 300 ft. on
• Front street below the Fort Hunter
. hotel, with the trolley stopping at the
rear of the lot. Dauphin Deposit Trust
| Company, 213 Market street.
HARRISBURO STAR-INDEPENDENT, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 12, 1914.
W ANTED—Couple willing; men to work
on farm. Cull on M. M. HITOHIE. 36 j
g. rhirt-eentn St.
A K. T ?f tTNTTED STATES. MEN '
WANTED: Ablebodled unmarried men !
of 18 and «: clttaena of >
united Statos, of good character and !
temperate habits, xvho can apeak, read
and write the English language. For
information apply to Recruiting Officer.
Bergner Building, 3d & Market sts.,
itViS !S Queen St.. Lancaster,
36* Pine St., Williamsport. or 37 W. I
Market st. York. Pa. 1
JIORE KNOWX/EDQE, More Pay.
By study multiply your earning
power. Private Instruction, Day j
and Evening, in Shorthand, Type- j
writing, Penmanship, Dictation, I
Etc., at very reasonable cost. Come j
in and talk it over. MERLE E.
KELLER, Room 309, Patriot Bldg.
ANTED—Canvasser to solicit high
grade proposition. Call between 8.30
and 9.30 a. m.. or 4.30 to 5.30 p. m.
KELLBERG .STUDIO, 302 Market St. j
\Y ANTED Several boys
with bicycles to work in
|afternoon during World's
Series Baseball games. Ap
ply Circulation Dept., Star-
MEN WANTED to get their barbering 1
,n2°L\. e at the Midnight Barber Shop,
409 Market street, next door to Hoff
man House. Open until midnight.
H ANTED—A colored boy. 17 years old,
would like a place in private family
or work of any kind; can give refer
ence. Address t>67 Briggs St., City.
¥1 V-NTKD —Work for a colored boy of
lh; any kind of work; can give part
of time or all the time. Call or ad
dress K. S., 141S Williams St.
WANTED—Boy 16 years old desires
place as errand boy. 28 S. Fifteenth
WANTED—By a strong man, 21 years
or age, a position of any kind. Ap
ply 606 S. Third St., Steelton, Pa.
WANTED—Young man, 18, wants cler
ical work vi any kind. Has had ex
perience as stenographer and book
keeper, but will accept position of any
kind of clerical work; can furnish
references. Address PAUL, WOIv-
MER. Del., City.
WANTED—Genetal housework or hotel
work, by a young colored man; can
Si-good references. Apply 1320 Mon
j \\ ANTED—Position of any kind, by a
young colored man; can give refer
enves._ Apply 1231 N. Seventh St.
WANTED—By a middle-aged colored
man, position as waiter in private
family; can furnish good reference.
Apply 400 Bailey^street, Steelton.
VOUNG strong man, iias a widowed
mother to support and wishes work
of any kind. JOHN A. MCKSORINSKI.
Mi 8. riii (i si., at— l ton. Pa.
CCXLORED MAN wants housework of
»ny kind. Call SOB Cowden St.
INTELLIGENT married man, 33 years!
old; speak? four languages; willing]
worker; wishes permanent position. I
pg T I s * O* Box 151, Harrisburg, !
WAXTJ9D—MiddIe-aged man desires
work of any kind; not afraid of work
and can furnish good references. Apply
.'39 Cranberry Ave.
\\ ANTDD-—Experienced white dining
room girl, chambermaid and scrub
gill. Apply Savoy Hotel, Third and
WANTED—A good plain cook, white—
at Maple Grove hotel. Sixth and Ma
WANTED—Office girl having grammar
school training, knowledge of short
hand ami typewriting not required. Ad
dress Office, No. 3ilbß, care Star-lnde
WANTED—GirI or settled woman for
housework. Prefer country girl or
: woman. Apply KEYSTONE CYCLE CO.
1814 N. Third St.
GIRLS WANTED to learn
tlie trade of ei^ar-making,
■ packing and in the shipping
'department. Apply liarris
| burg Cigar Co., No. 500 Race
j WANTED— Colored woman wants gen
! eral housework or day's worn. Ap
ply ;i-3 Ridge St., Steelton.
YOUNG white lady wishes position as
waitress. Apply nO'J Straw oerrv Ave.
I nited phone tllY.
WANTED—-Situation as housekeeper
for respectable middle.aged \\ Wlow
er, small family, by settled middle
' woman; tidy, tellable, economical
I manager. call on or address MRS.
■ RAY, 9:13 N. Second St., Harrisbuig.
(WANTBSD—CoIored woman wants gen
eral housework or day s work. Ad
! dress MRS. DAVIS, 19t3 Rudy St., city.
WANTED—By a young' colored lady.
general house work or chambermaid.
| A^p v "" 8 C'herry Ave.
; WANTED—By middle-aged woman, a
situation in small family of elderly
1 people, for good home In preference to
j big wages. Address 1415 Shoop St.
WANTED—Midtlle-agcd lady wishes a
I position as chambermaid or to assist
in kitchen or as housekeeper. Addresr
: AIRS. S. K., SlO Chestnut si.
WANTED—A German woman wants
general housework in small family;
no washing. Call or address 615 S.
tront St., Steelton, Pa.
WANTED—A middle-aged ladv desires
a position to tend to any' kind of
sickness. Apply 1443 Vernon St.
GERMAN GIRL, would like to
housework of all kinds. Apply I»J4
WANTED Dressmaking and plain
sewing, by day or week. Apply »13
WANTED—A respectable colored wom
an would like any kind of work by
day. or offices to clean. iIRS. DIL.DIE
PIfEK, Gen. Del., City.
WANTED—A respectable colored wiraT
an would like any kind of days'
work. VIRGIE REDMON, Gen. Del
YOUNG LADY wants position as house
keeplr' 'H>p!yJ_l4 Washington St.
WANTED—A young girl. IT years old,,
wishes a position as clerk in a shoe
store. Address M. C„ 7ui 8. Twenty
A WHITE WOMAN wants to kelo
house tor widower. Address MRS
ELIZABETH U GINGRICH, 31J Law
rence St., Middletown, Fa,
AMPmdaom. i AJnrgBMEMn.
MAJESTIC THEATRE wll " HI g. l wwu
TB-KIBHT—LAST TIME Tw« Days Beginning To-morrow
HKSHV w. SAVAGE OFFERS BAROAIK MATINEE WEDNESDAY
m mm 9 M Hnw«, Meg
EVERTVOiiN THE TRAFFIC
The Tremendona Dramatic Spectacle Wackcl Marshall Bollrrr Bailey
100 People—A Symphony Orcheatra Original raat, with BESS BHAX-
Tfc,« I. _ _ ,_ KKY all) Klrat Time Anywhere at
IBM la not a "Number Two" or .p.i,..
R.md Company. It la the only The "' Special War lime Price..
To. Ii America. MtiHTS—« ftowa. |l.M| 10 R*wa.
T6ci 4 Bow., finei Balcony, Tse and
PRICKS— 36c, IWf, 7(lc t 91 and |l>M Mlci Gallery, 25c.
Thursday, October 15, One Night Only
THE PI. AY WITH A PINCH AND A PURPOSE BY JACK LA IT
1,000 LAUGHS 1,000 THRILLS
AN INDICTMENT OF UNMORAL EMPHOVERS that baa aeouaed women
iTorkrri everywhere and created more dlwcufi.lon than any play of the year.
WAR TIME PRICES—»Sc. SOc. TBc. HI.OO. FEW AT »I..V>.
SEAT SALE OPENS TO-MORROW
V ii *
The Beat Bill So Far Thla Sea.no _
FREO BOWERS & COMPANY OBCK tO Natllffi
In a Son* Featlral lIMIMI V
Bright Sons 1 * and Urlßht Smile. No More l.onit, Tlreaome Pletnrea,
Tljr IIVCTIO DIDn Three Acta and Beat One
InC IT) 101 111 DIHU and Two-Reel Subject.
BISON CITY FOUR KIISD OF SHOW you I.IKE ||
NELSON WAHLEN TROUPE i
MB lull IIDC nnooci Akl Smlllette Slatera | Mclver <* Scott
Iflni dnU RlnOi llUrrCLnni <;eue A Arthur I JrrKe «t Hainll-
NOVELTY CLINTONS * """ I >™-
PAULI and BOYNE 1 A O _
PRICES—Mat., 10c, ir,e. 3Scs Eve.. llf ivjC j>? C .
ISc. He, 35c, 50c.
~ The Photoplay!
WORLD'S SERIES THE WOLF
su-reel l.nltln Production
UHlflbU Grentcat Prolilem Play of the llay
BOARD OF TRADE -
j sent mo some flowers this morning."
Game Called at 2 P.M. i ,v.» ™~7?!%,
- i * of em certain tiJI you've got 'era."
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. '
WANTED—By a young colored woman, '
a position as office cleaner or dish- |
washer. Can give good reference. AD- !
ply 1228 Spruce Ave.
WANTED—By a girl 13 years old, a '
place in a small family, so she can
go to school. Apply 3955, care Star- i
WANTED—Reliable middle-aged worn- I
an wishes a position as housekeeper. I
Call or address 2.1 a Kelker St. ]
Buinut Opportanifiss 1
V i i
WANTED—'Partner with S6OO, to help i
manufacture pa tfcrrt-applied-for artl- '
cle. Or, will sell out entire right or i
ta_ke_ro.valty. S._R. HOTtb'T, 42ft Broad. |
Lost and Found
DOST—English setter dog. all white
except one eye, which is black. Col
lav with name plate of F. .J. BREN
XENIAN. 2';19 Jonestown Road. Reward
if returned to above address.
FOUND—The home of reliable work for
particular people at KGGBRT'S Steam
Dyeing and French Cleaning Works,
1545 Market St. Call either phone, we'll]
mtmmmm mi j
IAUPIW covin HUi.
The undersigned solicits proposals
for the sale to it. at not exceeding !
par and interest, of Dauphin County .
bonds of the respective isaues nam- ]
ed below, in sufficient amount to I
permit the investment, for the bene
fit of the sinking funds established !
for said issues, of the sum named j
in each case.
Issue of January 1, 1901: Amount
for investment, $8,443.16.
Issue of December 1. 1902: Amount
for investment, *1,309.86.
Issue of April 1, 1903: Amount [
for investment, 87,518.74.
Proposals, pursuant to this notice,
should be sealed and plainly marked i
"Proposals for the Sale of Dauphin '
County Bonds," with the date of j
issue of the bonds offered, and I
should be received by the under- I
signed not later than four o'clock, i
P. M„ October 19. 1911.
The right is reserved to reject i
all bids In whole or in part
COMMONWEALTH TRUST COM
38 N. Third St., 2nd Floor
LIVE STOCK PRICES
Conditions <n th« Ph:'«dtlt)h'a. Mark*)
for Three Days Last Week
Philadelphia, Oct. 12. —Receipts for
the week ending Saturday eveining, Oc
Cattle—-W. Philadelphia Yards, 1,898:
Gray's Ferry Union yards. 1.132: North
Philadelphia yards, 1-25; total for week.
i 2,983: previous week, J.S6G.
Sheep and Lambs—W. Philadelphia.
, -.92b; Gray's Ferry, 941; N. Philadelphia,
| 260: total for week, 9,127; previous
! Hogs—W. Philadelphia. 2,879: Grav's
I Ferry. 1.296; N. Philadelphia. 1,700: total
i for week, 5,865; previous week. 6.116.
; Calves—W. Philadelphia. 1,143: Grav's
Jerry. 197; N. Philadelphia. 80; total
for week, 1.420; previous week. 1,414.
Uoef Cattle—The market ruled dull,
j with an indifferent and hesitating feel
ing pervading superinduced by warm
! weather and poultry needs of Jewish
'holiday. Cattle from the Virginias were
ion sale at unchanged i ater<. Cows sold
| slowly at easier values, and calves were
lower on fop grades and not much In
quired after. Quotations:
Steers Average best, $9.0»®9"5-
I choice, »g.75®g.g.%: good. <!»•
1 nieuium. $email@example.com; common, $7.50®
i.iS; bulls, $4.4 0<ir6.50; fai < u >vs ,
, 0 6.50; thin cows. $4.5005.00; nui'Jh
I cows, common to choice. $45015; ex
_Jßs: veal calves, exceptional lots,
I fll.au® 12; good to choice, v it)(B/10.50;
I medium, $5.00®9.00; common, $6.00®
; J-®®' southerns and barnyards. $5.00®
| Sheer* and Lam>bs—There was a gen
j eraJ lack of demand, and with anv ma
j terial increase in shipments prices
| would decline. Quotations:
; V, h^'. Ce $5.2505.50
: Medium $4.500 5 00
; Common $n.00@>3.50
j Bwes— heavy fat H.ujSuioO
-5^ tr , a '. V',' $8.25® 8.50
; .ood to choice »g.00®8.25
Medium $7.50® 7.75
Lommon, . *5.50 0 6.00
Hogs—With a fractional drop in the
list range in touch with the outside sit
uation, trade was about normal. Quo
tations: Westerns, as to size and qual
ity, $11.75® 12.00.
City Dressed Stock—All varieties of
choice and prime meals were kept fair
ly steady, hogs alone being a triHie
lower. Inquiry was very conservative.
Steera— 12V4® 15% c; neifcrs. ll@14c;
•ows, 9® 13 veal calves, 15® 16c: ex
;ra calves. 17c; southerns and barn
| .'ards. 10012 c; country-dressed. 13014 c;
| >xtra, ISUc: slieep, 9®loc; extra weth-
I :*;*• , • lambs, 14015 c; extra lambs,
j lbc; hoga, 12® 12'ic.
Chicago Live Stock Markets
' oct - Hogs—Receipts,
,23.000: slow. Bulk. 7.4508.10; light.
<.90®8.40; mixed, 7.3008.40; heavy 705
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MASS MEETING AT PENBROOK
Republican Party Opens Campaign in
The Republican party Iocs! campaign
j was opened at ( Pen brook on Saturday
I night with a big mass meeting, partici
| pated in not only by the people of the
I town, but by many farmers and others
! from the surrounding country;
Congressman Aaron 8. Kreider made
a speech, in which he declared that the
war tat now about to be imposed on
the people is not a war tax, but one
devised to meet the deficit in revenues
1 caused by the Underwood free trade
Jo>hn C. Nisslev, candidate for As
j sembly from the Second Dauphin dis
< trict, spoke along local lines.
Court Dissolve* Iron Company
An order dissolving the Tyrone Iron
Company, whivih has long eiince aban
<iow>rl operation's, was to-day nia*ie- hy
Judge Kutykel the soKcjta'tion of the
officers of the company. Ortificaites
were presented showing that the com
pany has no indelrtedne.'w and has made
settlement the State for all taxes.
Palmer and McOormick Clubs to Meet
The Ninth and Eleventh Ward Pal
mer and MeCermiek Olubs will meet
to-night at their club rooms to arrange
for campaign work and several good
speakers will make addresses.
FRENCH CAVALRY_fiIVISIONS ROUTED
Cntlaueil From FltM
and the Oise and that cavalry engagements continue in the
region of La Bassce, Estaires and Hasebrouck.
Special attention is directed to Ostend. There have
assembled the greater part of the Belgian army and about
two thirds of the British forces that escaped from Ant
werp. It is believed that Germany is pushing forward to
attack the city with the hope of capturing and using the
port in her operations against Elngland.
A hitter struggle to keep the Germans from the coast
is inevitable. To-day's reports indicate that the German
cavalry advance is less than thirty miles distant from
The strength of the allies at Ostend is not known. It
is possible that British reinforcements which were unable
to reach Antwerp in time to help iu the defense of that
city are now in Ostend.
Still less is known of the situation in the Eastern thea
tre of war. Petrograd is silent on recent developments.
The Russian War Office explains this silence on the
ground of strategy. Vienna claims that the Russian at
tack 011 Przemysl, the strong fortress in Austrian Galicia,
has failed. Berlin asserts that the Russian advance on the
East Prussian frontier has been checked while the Ger
mans are steadily working eastward in Russian Poland.
Neutral sources report that cholera is spreading in
Gennan airmen dropped two bombs in Paris this morn
ing. The missiles struck in the yards of the Northern
Railway station but failed to explode.
fl TERRORTO PARIS
Officials Adopt Meas
ures to Prevent Rep
etition of Yesterday's
General Hirschauer, an Aeronautic Ex
pert, Appointed to Take Charge of
the Aerial Defense of the City
Against Attacks From Aeroplanes
Paris, Oct. 12, 11.15 A. M.—A
German aeroplane, at a quarter past
ten this morning, dropped bombs be
tween two railroad trains that were
in the act of pulling out of the North
ern railroad station. The missiles did
not explode and were later found im
bedded two feet in the earth. The rail
road trains were crowded with pas
It was announce* officially latter in
t'he day that a Taube aeroplane 'had
flowu over Pairis this morning and
thrown down six bombs. Five IFrenu'ih
aviators went up to pursue the German
A new squadron of aircraft has beero
formed to deal with German aviators.
Paris, Oct. 12, 9.40 A. M.—The
progress of the campaign in the north
of France and the fall of Antwerp were
forgotten for a moment to-day by the
people of Paris who spent their time
discussing the throwing of bombs on
the capital from German aeroplanes, as
a result of which three persons were
killed yesterday and fourteen wound
ed. At the same time officials adopted
measures looking to the prevention of
similar acts in the future.
The first thing done was the ap
pointment of General Hirschauer tc
I take charge of the aerial defense of
j the city. General Hirschauer is an aero
nautic expert. He organized last year
the aerial branch of the army service.
Later a number of deputies met at the
: call of Deputy Denys Cochin to con
j sider various means of rendering the
city more secure from an aeroplane at
Creation of Aerial Squadrons
The creation of aerial squadrons sta
t tioned at cardinal points to be always
i ready to dash after the air craft of
the enemy as soon as they shall be
seen approaching the city, the arming
I of fast monoplanes with quick-firing
; guns and the telephoning of warnings
bv residents of the capital to the
! French Aero club, which is now under
! military control, were among the sug
gestions discussed. Finally, M. Cochin
; sent a telegram to Bordeaux, urging
i the immediate adoption of efficacious
| measures with the view of reassuring
' the people.
The news that one of the German
bombs yesterday struck the Cathedral
of Notre Dame hag been communicat
, ed to the Vatican. It is reported that
| the Pope exclaimed upon getting the
I message: "Providence has pjevented
an outrage whieh would have shocked
j the world."
Military critics, commenting to-day
! movement of armies in th'e
j Apremont region, declare it is worthy
of note that Apremont, to the east of
j Mihiel. is the route the enemy would
take if they sought to withdraw from
St. Mihiel in the direction of Lor
raine. Their position in this vicinity
i means much to them, it is declared.
Paris. Oct. 12. 7.20 A. M.—The
bomb which fell on the Cathedral of
Notre Dame was filled with an in
flammable substance, as a joist on the
roof caught fire quickly. 'The flames
were extinguished, however.
GERMANS ENDEAVOR TO CUT
OFF RETREAT FROM ANTWERP
London, Oct. 12, 3 20 A. M. —The
"Daily Mail's" Ghent correspondent,
in a dispatch dated Saturday, says:
"The Germans have thrown a pon
toon across t'he river Scheldt at Wet
teren and are pouring a large force
northward in the hope of cutting off re
treat from Antwerp. In doing this
they are weakening their defense of
Brussels ajid are being met by a strong
force, whieh is compelling them to re
ATTACKS ON FRENCH LEFT
AND RIGHT WINGS FOILED,
SAYS FRANCE OFFICIALLY
Paris, Oct. 12, 3.15 P. M.—The fol
lowing official communication was given
out in Paris this afternoon:
"First—On our left wing the caval
ry engagements continue in the region
of La Bassee, Estaires and Hazebrouck.
Between Arras and the Oise the enemy
endeavored to deliver several attacks
which failed, notably between Lassigny
"Second —On the center we hare
made some progress on the plateaus
of the right bank of the Aiane, in front
of Soissons, and to the east and south
east of Verdun.
_ "Third—On our right wing, in the
Vosges the e nemy delivered a night at
tack in the region of Ban de Sapt, to
the north of St. Die; they were re
"The flag captured yesterday be
longs to the Sixth regiment of active
Pomeranian infantry, No. 49, of the
Twentieth corps of the Prussian army.
The brigade of Maine was engaged
(luring all the day of October 9 and
the uight of October 9-10 against Ger
man forces and repulsed them aiid at
the same time inflicted heavy losses
amounting to 200 men killed and fifty
prisoners. The French losses amounted
to nine killed, 39 wounded and one
"In thg Belgian field: According to
the latest information received here
concerning the situation at Antwerp,
the Germans occupy up to the present
time the suburbs of this city. The twen-
forts on the two banks of the
river Escaut are resisting with euergv.
"In Russia the fighting still con
tinues with fierceness on the frontier
of East Prussia. To the northwest of
Lyck the Germans ahe retreating, at
the same time destroying bridges.
"In southern Poland, between Ivan
gorod and Sandomir, there has been ar
tillery fijjhtiug with columns of the
enemy who have reached the Vistula."
MINES COST MANY GERMAN
LIVES IN TAKING ANTWERP
Rotterdam, via I/ondou, Oct. 12, 4.48
A. M.— A correspondent of the "Tldj,"
describing the scenes at Antwerp, sa.ya:
" When the outer forts were silenced,
t'he Belgians, their heads swathed in
bandages and their elattoes smeared
with mud, withdrew to the inner line.
Two commandants r»lew up their fons
and spiked their guns,
"The Germans succeeded in forcing
a breach in the inner girdle of forts
sooner tiham was expected. Belgian
mines of the inner and outer forts cost
j the Germans thousands of lives, but
i General Von "Beseler, the German com
| mander, apparently had been ordered to
take the oitv at all cost with a view of
safeguarding the Germany army in the
north of Prance.
"The siege of Liege was as nothing
I in comparison to the last two nights of
the bombardment of Antwerp, which
I was the most terrible of t'he war. While
the bombardment wa3 at its height the
| prisoners began to battel- at the door*
|of their cells because bombs had
pierced the roofs of the prison. They
howled like mad men until released and
then rushed through the street plunder
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