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FURNISHED ROOMS AND
FOR RKNT—Furnished rooms and
boji.dins by rue#!. Jay or week Ap
pI j 1001 N. Second St-, corn#l Boas nail
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT
1 or. I'.K.NT on IWiti Nw *rst alase
'•ouses with steam heat aml all im
p Jifnifls. at U>» price, in east end
of city. 1. P. BOW MAN. 3S N. Third St.
HOUSES I'Oit RKNT and '-. atorj
dwelling houses tor sale. Elder Real
REAL ESTATE FOB RENT.
SOME PEWUE are paying rent when
they could be living in their own
•ouse and paying for same : monthly
payment. Why not buy" REEL. REAL
TY CO. Bcrgnor Building. ,
-1330 Derry St.. Ist floor apt....540.00
Ist: Derr> St.. Id floor apt.... . fSa.QC
lSli Market St.. 3rd floor apt.. J25.00
1-M7 Mulberry. ?d floor apt.. . .J.'s.OO
135S Depry St.. new house S-">.00
1904 Holly street l-0.00
Ht rryhill St.. 'touse. $-- 30
14-4 7 & .44,'! Berryhill, houses. . .j::.io
IJoS t:ilersl\ St »is.:>o
•I OS Perry St.. JIS.OO
IJ.C> Thompson St 111,00
HAKVEY I. SMITH. £O4 S. 13th 3'-
FOR ItENT—Two ft,-story brick
houses. Nos. l.v;i and 15-3 Vernon
street. Kent M 5.00 each. Possession
immediately. K. A. H BFKLEKINGKK,
East End Bank.
'OR RKNT—One building. 7 jx.'i) feet.
one-story, suitable for manufacturing
or automobile repair s.top; equipped
with steam heat, toilet and wash stand,
and office, located 1704 Fulton street:
rent per month. Apply at 1700
North Fourth street.
.FUR RENT—AII improve
-1614 Catherine, $16.00
1-309 Xaudaiu $17.00
530 S. Seventeenth, . .$18.50
Apply Kuhn & Hers hey,
IS South Third street.
FOR RKNT—J story frame dwelling
w ill improvement*. for colored peo
only. 1130 N. Front St. Applv -- 6
FOR RENT— 5 - room residence No. IJOI
Green St.. corner of Muenoh. Porch,
■set. heater. angr possession No-
REAL ESTATE FOB BALK.
l"OR SALE—3-story brick house: S
ooms. bath: gas. furnace: porch
IreL»t IS\ 100. Desira.ble location.
l"-.e and terms reasonable. BELL
itF.AI.TY CO.. Bergner Building.
EITHER a 4 or It-acre farm within
a twelve-minute wa'.k of trolley serv
i e. 10c fare to Harrisburg. consider
able fr.:it: good soil. BELL. REALTY
CO., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE—Three-story building: at
b-nhaut. along trolley line: cost to
build. 53.000. Can be changed into three
dwelling houses at little expense. Price,
11.J00.00 Very easy terms. Inquire at
tiaat End Bank.
FOR SALE—Three great bargains:
i.reen street house, vacant. Brick
•e::se. Reservoir Park section. A good
investment house up town. D. E.
RRIGHTBILL. Both phones. ; N. Court
FOR SA.LE—CoaI, flour and feed busi
ness; in good suburban town with
ten-cent fare limit from Harrisburg
Price i— 00. BKINTON-PACKER CO..
Second and Walnut Sts.
FOR SAUE—Xoa. 1107 and 1109 Plum
street; two I '-a -story frame dwell
ings. water in kitchen. |S.OO«. C. H.
ORCLTT : Cumberland St.
FARMS FOR SALE
FARMS TOR SALE
IS Acres—:u m les north of Lingles
town; frame buildings, variety of fruit;
-'3 Acres—:u miles southeast of M!d
dletown; good frame buildings, irou
stone soil: price J^.100.00.
70 Acres—2 miles west of Goldeboro;
frame btriMings 15 acres t-.mberland;
we,', and spring, pru-e $3,000 ■
BRiNTON-PACKER CO, Second aad
FARM LANDS FOR SALE
?STALL MISSOURI FARM—SS.OO cash
and $...0y monthly; no interest or
taxes; highly productive land. Close
to three big markets. Write for pho
nographs and full information. Munger.
X. Y. Life Bldg.. Kansas City,
Death and Obituary
E ® o y r "~S a Monday. October Lewis
A. Egolf. aged 3J vears.
Funeral Wednesday, October :S. at J
o clock, from the residence of h f s
mother. »;o Forrest street. Relative*
ana nends are invited to attend With
out further notice.
WBTEBS-lUry E. Winters, widow
o. the late Qjeorge W inters, at lier
l n 3 S. Second street, aged
; ur'cral on Thursday afternoon at ;
.' . fro: " late residence. No.
.' >. second street. Funeral private ,
t-erv ment pr^ate - in H*rrisourg em
lost and Fottfld
Ol N'D—The ho*r.e of reliable work for
particular people at EGO-EF.T'S Steam
;>>e:ng and French Cleaning Work*
-I Market St. Call either phone, we ll
LOST—Near Front and Cumberland.
.-day. beagie pno. Reward if re
•jrifd to v.'H N. Secffrra St.
.LOST —Between Adams street. Steelton.
and Market street. Harrisburg. a
O.ack card case containing »'„5. a Penn
».■ lvania mileage book and a small
brooch. Liberal reward if returned to
- j L : St.
FARM .FOR SALE
2 wllea Mirtkeaat of Honmaaxdalr
the ruad from <(ddoa>l>urs !• Aa
ISO apple. 1,500 peach. 39 plum, 100
pear, and 10 cherry trees. Straw
berries and raspberries.
S-room frame house.
Frame ground barn and usual out
MILLER BROS & NEEFE
Fir* Insurance Buretj Boads
JOCU st and Court Btreeu
! HOW MITCH IS AN* HOUR WORTH?
I One person gets fifteen cants, another
person gets fifteen dollars. Why this
: tremendous difference* Special traln
'.iig is the answer. MY PRTV.WK
[ SONS in Shorthand. Tvpewrltlng. etc..
_ will increase your effioienc*. Call, we'll
. talk it over. MERLE E. KELLER.
Room 309. Patriot Building,
• WANTED—Experienced die cutters on
inftuvts' soft sole shoes. Apply Har
i rishurg leather Products Co.. 1420
" MEN WANTED to get their barberlng
done at the McWILLIAMS BARBER
SHOP. 4SS Market street, next door to
• Ho it mail House.
1 AFTO TRANSPORTATION SCHOOL—
The oldest, be.-t and most reliable
- automobile school in the country. A
full course of practical instruotlcms for
$30.00. including long driving and re
pairing lessons. Hundreds of good
i paying positions are open for compe
i i ;ent man. Make application now. Easy
i> paymenta Open day and evenings, i
| N. Cameron St.
J SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE.
jjWANTBD as a ol«rk 4 .n store
\ i or position as violinist. Address
Horshoy Hotel Harrtsburs.
I WANTED—A younK man would like
a position as stenographer or book
| keeper or any other occupation. Call
; Roily street
I WANT BID- A younjc man wishes a po-
I sition in restaurant as u"aiter or
• short order cook. Address P. O. box
I Harrisburg. Pa.
• TOHiG MAN. seven vears practical of-
:iv and sales experience; biH>kkeere.-.
typist. 6t;.. wants connections as soon
as possible. Address l\ VI. KJ. SCAR P.
3111 N. Second SL. Cit,v.
YOI'NO colored rr.an would like posi
tion to care for elderly seiuleraan.
Address H. \Y . <33 North Ave., room o.
' KIRST OL»ASS colored butler would like
) position in private family. Address
H. H.. 43? North Ave., room 3.
YOI'NO colored man would liks posi
tion as elevator «*perator or janitor.
Appty 1232 Bailev St.
. FIRST CLASS COOtl iwhite. is open
- for position; hotel or restaurant; ex
. perienced and with references. Ad
; d-ess K. P. *57 4. care Siar-lmle
L YOUNG MAN. 21 years of age. with
two years of Hish school, six months
. of commercial and three years of busi
ness training:, desires employment. Hes;
» of reference furnish* d. Call or address
J. F.. 427 Tlerr street.
WANTED—Man handy with tools wants
it work of any kind. Address Box 34.
1 ' Worm leysburg. Pa.
4 J TECH. student would like to have po
sition of any kind af:er school hours.
I Apply 414 S. Thirteenth St.. Citv.
- ! W.VNTED—Work of any kind. Ad
; d-ess 605 S. Third St. Steelton. Pa.
j BOY. 15 years old. would like to have
- j position of any kind, after school
i C3IAVFPEVR and repair man des.res a
, position work of anv kind accepted.
L cTtaracter and ability, \pply
McINTIRE. Cumberland St.
MAN desires general house
: ' work or position as waiter in pri
i vate family. Address 405 Bailev St..
BOT 1S wants work of any kind;
' 1 afraid of hard work. Apply or
'address J. W. S.. IS I.' N. Sixth St.
—Single man. It years old.
desires posiiion of any kind: all nicht
I work preferred. Address SOS S. Third
i st- ateeitoi.. Pa.
W ANTED—White woman for general
housework in family of two: must be
pood cook: permauent home to com
petent person. Address Box 10. PUN-
I tang. Pa. Bell phone i;«TJS.
WANTED—Steady white sirl or woman
for general housework Good wages
and good home. M. M. RITCHIE, Jo 5
WANTEiD—At once—Several experlenc- 1
ed salesladies for laoes. notion and
ot.ier departments: must have experi
en -. Apply to MR. GREENE, care
Astrichs. main floor. Fourth and Ma~-
COLORED wotuan wishes day's work
Of any kind. Call or address C3C 5.
r :fteenth street, Harrisburp. Pa.
TOt NG I.APY d«sires position as
s.eaographer and general office work.
La: furnish best of rerercnce. Ad
dress 1 41S Zarker street.
COLORED woman would like work by
the day. house cleaning, washin or!
ironing. Call or write to 10? U Christy
YOt-'NG colored woman wants dav's
work or washing and ironing. Ad
dress or call 1111 Apple Ave.
NEAT colored girl desires Ught house
wcrk or nursing. Address or call
WANTED—A clerical position, bv a
young lady; five years' experience. '•
Addres.- M. P.. «1T PefTer St.. City.
' -^^TED—'Position as housekeeper, bv
middle-aged woman: can give good i
reference. Address 41S Wainut St.
WANTED—Washing or ironing for
Mo'.da or Tuesdav. lliuj. L'ATH
ERI.XE BROWN. 110'. Grape Ave.
WANTED—Days' work or house clean
ing. Call or address 1909 Cowden
WIUTE WOMAN" wants washing and
ironing for Monday and Tuesday.
. Address 4.;. s. Cameron St.
WANTED Curtains to wash and
stretch. Call or address S2O Myrtle
avenue. ' "i
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN would like to
haNe washing and ironing to do at
home. App.y l<3i X, Seventh St. j
WANTED—Position as housekeeper or!
days work. Address or call «13 X i
second St. j
COLORED GIRL wishes a place at gen- '
eral housework or chambermaid. 1207
TOL'NG colored lady wishes position aa
.'hambermaid or place to do house
work. Apply 338 Cherry Ave.
- .NOGRAPHER—Experienced in of
ace work, with knowledge of book- i
keeping, desires position. Can furnish
reference. Call I*o- Regina St.
TOL'NG colored girl wants position as :
i an assistant housekeeper. Apply 1403 I
N. r ourth.
I COLORED woman wants work of any '■
address iIT Shaffer St. |
f ACTL FIEK wants slate manas
era to establish office and manage •
salesmen Liberal pay. S3OO to S7OO 1
I necessary: >»ou handle own money. Sec. I
rsLary. to. tishei Bldg, Chicago. '
HARRISBI-RO STAR-TNDEPEXPUXT. ITBSDAV EVKXLNO. OCTOBlili 27. 19M.
The Merchants Ice Company
of Harrisburg, Penna.
A liiiiited-amount of the stock of this eompanv is
open for subscription. The earning possibilities are
great. Similar companies in Reading and AJlentown
aIT paying 8 per cent.
Apply to any oue of the Directors at their business
addresses or 1202 ('aider Building.
W. A. CARTWRIGHT, W. J. PEBRUf
W. KAY. WM. E. ROOMS.
C. E. SHEESLET. H. M. HARE.
B. B. DRUM. M. P. JOHNSON.
J. D. MILLER. Directors.
202 Calder Building.
_ F'JBNITUEE PACSIN9
' PACiCTNG—A. H. SHRKNK. l»0« Nortß :
Sixtii street. Brst class packer of fur- I
r.uuie. caina and bricabrac. lieil uhon*
I w. J. WEN RICH. JJ9 Hamilton street—
Kurniture, china and piano packing.
Shipments looked after at boiu ends.
Alau ail kinds of hauling. Bali phoae
WANTED- Partner with small amount!
1 of oapitaU in a daily market. For
• particulars address \Y. IL MYEKS. 40a,
NOTICE —Having withdrew as a mem
ber of the McCleuster Paving Co. on
August 1. it'U. I am in position to hau
die concrete work in all branches.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER
' I HIOEKBBT CASH PRICES PAID for old'
gold, silver, tji.iin .mil io\velr>.
, JOSEPH t>. bHtNNEi;. Jeweior. 1 N.
1 WE ARE now renovating feathers,
making pi.lows and folding feather
mattresses .it Tenth and Pa\'.o;i streets,
I A J. L'AMPBIiU._
, MONEY TO LOAN
Mt>ST MOXEV loaned on diamonds.-!
watciios, ;ow«tri. iUiis, revolvers
musical iiistrunier.ts, etc. Bargains ii>
unrede. .tied pleutes. CITY LK)A.N O i-'-
KICB. ill Market St.. ue.\t to L nued
' Cigar store.
Jj.oo TO SjO.OO 011 jour plain note, to l
any peison holding a salaried posi- i
lion, ail transaction strictly conhdeu
[ lial. Employees Discount Co.. 3t> N.
...i:d St., second Ilooi.
LOANS—4O J.'UO for honest working
people without bank ciedit at ltss
i han legal rates; payable iu mstaii
aieuts iu suit borrowers' conveiiicuca
wi»u and luvesuuem Co..
-n Chesmut St
ALL KIND 3 OF HAULING
AI*L kinds of hauling, large two-ton
truck, furmtuic. pianos, freight. ;n
the city aad suburos. Prices reason*
aole. Picnic anu pleasuie trips, ua* or '
evening. \v it. H. D.vuE Vsraun
STORAGE S-story brick building.
I rear tOS Skrket Su Household «ocds
in clean, private rooms. Meuisjaaole
rates. Apoiy to P. G. acwelei
.-S Market St.
. VRRISBURG STOitAGB CO. Two i
large brick warehouses, built es
presso for Storage. Private rooms lor i
uousehold gjods and u.ieicelled tacil
ities for storing all kinds of aieixnan
p' S R. R?" si, ' jrSße rate - South St. and
Notioe -s hereby given t at an a4>pli
i cation for pardon will be made to the
; Board of Pardons of the State of Penn
sylvania on Wednesday, November I*.
1311. by I. ika Zareovle. who was found
guilty on January ltth. 1909. of mur
der in tre second degree, and was sen
tenced to undergo punishment in the
penitentiary for the Middle District
!of Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia, hv
separate or solltarv confinement at hard
labor, for and during the period of
twenty years, as required by tiie rules
of the Board of Pardons.
EDWARD ¥. DOEHNE,
J. CUUHCI FUNK.
NOTICE—My wife. Mrs. Eileen H. Saul,
having left my bed and board with
! out just cause. I will herebv not pay
any bills contracted by her.
1 (Signed) MR. EDWARD SAUL. JR.
Sale and Exchange
HUNTERS. ATTENTION: Special all i
i (his week: loaded Red Devil shells
w-ith smokeless powder, at 55 cents a
box. Get our prices on guns. etc. KEY- .
STONE CVCI.K CO.. Sit N. Third St. ;
C. W. H. LA.VULm, Uanbcp—
Rough and dressed lumber.
All kinds and grades—-oiieap.
Call, write or phone.
Office. Cameron and Mulberry Sts.
| I'OR SALE—Wagon suitable for ar.v
purpose: must be sold tills week, re
gardless of cost: must ha% e tne room.
CROCK'S WAGON SHOP, litl Walnut
i FOR SALE—Three pens of thorough
bred Brown Leghorn pjll»ts. Fifteen
hens and one cockerel in each pen. »J0 1
per pen. Call 71W, failed phone.
FOR SALE—AT GABLE'S. 113. 115 and
117 S. Second St. S.oo# gallons New
Era ready-mixed paint. Aciue quality.
Ail the full line of the Acme make. '
FOR SALE—AT GABLES. 111-117 a
Second St. 5.000 sets new sash (xIA
12 L. primed and glazed, at tLla per I
A knitting factory; all Improve
ments; electric power; two-story i
frame; steam heat, well lighted; I !
equipped with the latest knitting i ,
and sewing machinery. Possession
given at once. We will rent If party I
would be interested in the manu- i
facturing of ladies' garments.
Information Wanted—Call Bell 1
phone 74. Steelton. Pa., or
143 •». FRONT STRUCT
STKEI.TON. I*A. 1
PURE FOOD PROSECUTIONS
Three for Sailing Alleged Non-alcoholic
Drinks and Twelve Rotten
and Food Commissioner Jamc«
: B. Koust this morning ordered prosecu
tious against three Perry couut\ deal
er> for selling a so-called non alcoholic
drink. which on analysis nroved to cou
tain almost as much alcohol as lieer
it was sol.l as a non-alcoholic drink.
Twelve prosecutions tor <elliug rot
ten eggs were ordered in Philadelphia,
along with thtee lard cases, one milk
ono pop and mo decayed sausage and
one decayed tisli.
Uoveruor Tenet to-dav honored a
requisition from the Governor of New
' York for the -.-turn to New York City
iof Harry Oiusberg. under arrest in
Wilkes Rarre. for burghirv.
A requisition was issued on the Gov
ernoi of New York for the return te
I ttsburgh of George AicCrea for con
s'pira y, whom the police of New Vork
City picked up.
; Among the charters issue, I to-day
j were the following:
I Keystone Woodman Publishing Com
| pany. of Butier; capital. $-">.000.
Mcl'aa Radio Company, of Laucas
I ter; capital, f 14.000.
SwaWi Company, l>almatia. North
j umberland county, chemical mainit'ac
! turera; capital JIO.OOO.
Estate bank, PhiMelpkia; capital
Oifterent railroad companies paid
into the state treasury yesterday
$300,000 in taxes—t'ue South Penn Oil
Company. 572.2U3.60; Galena Signal
Co., $14,208. Southwest Pipe Line Co..
A New Bird Bool:
The in-monthly Zoological Bulletin o:
, the Division of Zoolog* of the State
Agricultural Department .s devoted to
' the sub ect of "Some Pennsylvania
birds and tneir economic value." bv Or.
i 11. A. S.-face. Kconomic Zoologist. I:
is not so large as the famous bird book
that cos; the State $65,000. but it is
embellished *.' : . * .i nany photogravure
j picture o: b;r is of Pennsylvania, tb rtv
n number, with interesting descriptions
i o-' their apoearauce, habits, food. etc.
1 Tee bulletin, although a State publica
tion, it as been copyrighted by Dr. Sur-
I face an I printed by order of sccretarc
• i ritchfiehi. It is a pamphlet that will
1 be in great demand.
MRS. SARAH A. DERK'K DIES
Aged Duncannon Woman Expires At
Home of Daughter
Mrs. Sarah A. Deriek. aged 72 years,
t of Duncannon, died yesterday at the
, iionie ot' her daughter. Mrs. W. G. Sel
-1 iers. 540 Maclay street. She is surviv
ed by by the following daughters, Mrs.
William Graham, this city; Mrs. C. P.
Sands, of MeC'lellan, and Mrs. Sellers,
with whom she resided.
The funeral services will be held at
9.30 o'clock Thursday morning, the
Rev. Peter H. Balsbaugh, pastor of the
siita Street United Brethren ehureh,
officiating. Interment will be in Dun
Mrs. Catherine Coleman
Catherine Coleman, 36 Summit
street, aged 2 7 years died Sunday night
at 10.30 o'clock, of a complication of
diseases. She is survived by her daugh
ter, Lillian, aged 7 years, her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Coleman, and four
brothers and two sisters, Joseph, Wil
liam. Edward. David, Ijillian and Eliza
beth. all of this city.
The funeral will be held Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, from her late
home, the Rev. C. A. Smucker, officiat
ing. Burial will be in the Baldwin
Mrs. M. G. Wilson
Mrs. M. G. Wilson, 1533 Hunter
street, aged 71 years, died yesterday
morning at 3 o'clock. Funeral services
will be hell Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock and the body "will be shipped
to Duncannon on Thursdav morning for
further services and burial, the Rev. .1.
A. Lyter, officiating. She is survived by
three daughters and two sons.
Frederick J. Cupples
Frederick J. Cupples. 22 years old,
'lied this morninj at his home, 919
Grand avenue. He is survived by his
wife, year-old daughter, parents. Mr.
aad Mrs. Steven F. Cupples. one broth
er and six sisters, all of liarrisburg.
The funeral will be held Saturday aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock from the home of
his pareats, 919 Grand avenue, the
Rev. John H. Daugherty officiating.
Burial will be in the East Harrisburs
Funeral of Murdered Man
Funeral services for Edward Dur
ham. the Harriaburg man who wag kill
ed in Mississippi, were held this after
noon at 1 o'clock at the home of his
father, Jacob 9. Durham, Canal Road.
L«cknow. The body was then taken to
Sboop s Church, Progress, where furth
er services were held and burial made.
Colored Boy Struck by Auto
Richard Potter, colored, 11 years old.
1322 Fourth street, was struck bv an
automobile at Bavford and Williams
streets last evening at 6 o'clock aud
suffered a laceration of the scalp. Ho
was admitted to the Harrisburg hospital
for treatment. He waa discharged this
\GERMANS ATTEMPTING TO DOWN BRITISH AEROPANLE
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i GEKMAN AIRCRAFT GUNS FIRING ON A BRITISH BIPLANE "* " u, "" a C, " I "* UJ
I This picture. drawn by I>. Maopherson, social artist for this newspaper, the New York Herald and the London
1 . Phore. from material supplied by a British office* serving at the front, shows a Karman biplane being ftred upon b*
. l.erman pirns. The Hermans were in po.ition on the -rest behind the valley. Axaitwt the r'ear blue of tb« sky the
•> u utst its white pii:ts, which grew darker r.s they espauded. it seemed as if the biplane must be brought down,
but the aviator escaped.
-SPIRITED FiGHIING STILL
ON AT MOUTH OF THE YSBB
J Paris, Oct. 27. 2.44 P. M. The
Froneh official announcement given out
; this afternoon says spirited tighting
. jcnntiuue.t between tile mouth of the
. j Yser and that in this district the
allies have not drawn back and that
11 they have continued to advance in the
;region between Ypres and Routers and
elsewhere. The text of the comiuuuica
• tion fellows:
"The fighting continues to be~7*ar
ticularly spirited between the uiouth of
• the \ser and the region of bens. In
, this part of the front the allied forces
• have at no point drawn back and they
' have continued to make progress in the
region between Ypres aud Routers. In
the general rogi.-u Ivtv.w,, Soissous and
• Berry-Au-Bac an artillery engagement
• resulted n our advantage and resulted
' in the destruction of several batteries
of the enemy.
it l "The region of the east of Nancy.
, between the forest of Bozange and the
forest of Parrov, we have assumed the
' offensive and driven the enemy across
"Iu Russia, on the river tsau and to
the south of Przemysl, the laissian of
fensive is becoming more accentuated."
AMERIC AN TIB BOARDED AND
FOIR OF ( REVV WERE REMOVED
St. John, N. 8., Oct. 27.— The Amer
ican tug Security, owued by the Stand
ard Oil Company, was boarded yester
j day afternoon by a detail of eight men
from the Sixty-second regiment and
1 four of the crew removed.
One, a naturalized citizen, was re
leased. The otlber three, all Germans,
j were detained
PhiladelcMa Produce Market
Philadelphia, Oct. :T.—Wheat lower;
No. 2 red spot, export. tO9@U3: No. 1
, northern- Uultuth export. 123@ U'6.
Corn lower: No. 2 yellow local, Si 1 -
I Oats steady: No. 2 white, OHi's4'i.
j Bran Urm: winter, par ton. $24.0«@
: 14..>0; spring. J0.a0®24.00.
Refined sugars firm: nowdered. 5.90;!
3ne granulated, J.S '. Confectioners' !
Butter steady: western creamery, ex
tra. 33- neai'by prints, fancy. 3ti.
Kffts steady; nearby firsts, free case. :
j1t.40; do., current receipts, free case.
t1.70©»,00; western extra, lirsts. free,
; rase, M.iie: western extra, firsts, free !
' case. SS.TOfi 'i.oo.
IJie poultry steady: fowls. 13015:
ild roosters. IH>-I2: chickens, 12(&13 !
i Jack*. i.:*f it- w<tc. is#n.
Dressed poultry lower; fowls, heavy,!
l'.'ti 20: average .eceipis, !i(i 18: small,
114«r14i4; old roosters. 13U; broilliiKj
chickens, nearby, 16«i22; western. 12 1
j St 17.
Flour weak: winter straight. 5.00®]
j 5.25: spring straight, 5.33«t5.ti0; do., !
i patent, —
1 Hay whs Arm; timothy. No. 1, larao
bales 1S.50@1»; No. 1 inedlum bales,
!S.6ofcli>; No. 2, 17&1J.50; No. 3, 14.50®
| 15.50; clover mixed, light mixed, 17.506
18; No. 1, Iti'&lT: No. 2, 14015.
Potatoes weak; Pennsylvania, per
i bushel, SSC <»0; New York. 45&50: ,ler-I
isey. per basket, 356 45.
Chicago Live Stock Market
Chicago, Oct. 2T.—Hogs—Receipts.
weak. Bulk. 7.2' 1 r. ti; liwbt. I
mixed. 7.055r7.65; h*»avy, 7.yu '
4J7.10; rough, 7,0U®7.15; pigs, 1.-ife
' Cattle—Receipts 7,000; ste«dy. Beeves, i
1.1 10.7±: steers. 5.7008.80; stockois
iers. 3.3508.75: calves, 7.00010.75.
j Sheep Receipts. 24.000: strong.
I Sheep, 1.8005.90; yearlings. 5.55b'6.<0
1 laanbs, 8.00 0 7.50.
250 BUILDINGS DESTROYED IH SHABATZ. SERVIA
the ser, where the struggle has been most intense, the
• allies have not drawn back, says the Freueli official state
, men t, while toward the south further progress lias been
made beween Ypres and Holders.
As reports filter in from the scene of fighting along the
•North Sea, supplementing the unemotional official state*
; nients, it became evident to-day that the recent battles
along the sliore of the North Sea have been the most ter-
:i rible of the war. From Emperor William, himself, it is
11 said, came tile order fhat the German advance down the
; coast must be continued at any cost, and that Calais must
>be taken. Phe desperate assaults which followed, par
| ticiilarly along the Yser canal, have few precedents in
modern military history.
' _ British newspapey correspondents estimate that some
j 5,000 Germans succeeded in forcing their way across the
;icanal. They did it at a frightful cost. Into a hail storm of
.| shrapnel and shot the Germans charged night after night,
'jonly to be <-ut down by the thousands until the canal was
clogged at points with their bodies. Those who succeeded
in forcing their way across came to death grips with their
waiting adversaries, and with rifle shot and bayonet the
j struggle went on. Of the Germans who crossed the Yser,
11 according to British reports few escaped alive.
All reports agree that the lighting in the east continues
! without decisive results. The Trench official statement
! says that on the river San and south of Przemysl the Rus
[jsian offensive is becoming "more accentuated." The latest
;official Austrian communication states the main Russian
'army is being engaged and that minor successes have been
: won by the Germans and Austrians. From Petrograd no
report had come up to early afternoon.
Further lighting in Bosnia is reported from Yienna.
I where the claim is made that the Servians have been
I driven baek to Yishnegrad and that eastern Bosnia is
I cleared of the enemy.
Although if is impossible to make even a rough est
imate of the sacrifices in men entailed by the war, all indi
cations point to aii enormous total of dead and wounded
| men. Berlin sends'a report that the French have 100,000
j rney wounded and incapacitated through illness. Rome
relates that what are styled official reports place the Ger
jmaii average of casualties at 10,000 daily.
The condition of General Yon Aloltkc, chief of the Ger
man general staff, who was compelled by illness to re-
Ilint)uislt his duties, is said in Berlin to be such as to cause
• no alarm.
1 AUSTRIAN OPERATIONS IN
THE CLEARING OF BOSNIA
Vienna. Oct. 27, Via Amsterdam anil l
London, 11.52 A. >l.—An official state-)
went given out to-day says the Austrian j
operations. the object of which is the
; clearing of Bosnia, are proceeding sue
ceaifillb". Pho Servians were driven
itack to Vishnegrad October 24 ami the'
Austrian pursuit reached the Driua riv
■er October 26 Kiuiteru Bi>«niu to thej
I Drina is now completely cleared of jlie !
The Montenegrin divisions, separated j
from the Servians, have retired in a I
' NO GERMAN INTERFERENCE IN
| I. S. BELGIUM RELIEF WORK
Washington, Oct. 2 7.—Ambassador
! Page and the Spanish Minister in LOB
j ilon have beeu assured by the German
ilitnry commander in Belgium there
will be 110 German interference with
foodstuffs and supplies sent for the re
lief of the war-etrickeu inhabitants.
In reporting the German accjuieseiu-e
of the relict of the Belgians Air. Page
1 said all supplies should be sent in care
of cither the American or Spanish dip
lomatic officers in Ixindou. He said
i money \vould be useless and emphasised
that actual foodstuff's should be sent.