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FURNISHED ROOMS AND
tOR RENT Furnished rooms and
boardtmc b> meal. day or week Ap
ply 1001 N. Second s>t., corner Boas mul
KEAI ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT
FOR UK NT OH SAUK—N** first class
houses with steam heat and all im
provements. at low price, in east end
Of city. I. p. BOW Ai AN. St N Third St.
HOUSES ron RENT and 2 4-story
dwelling? houses for sale Elder Real
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT.
fOU RK.vt No. | \ Fourth St*; three
rooms and bath, city steam heat, elec
tric and gas: suitable for business of
fices of for light housekeeping. Apply
P. MAGARO. on premises.
FOR RKNT Three-story brick house.
No. <>."> v."alder st-eet. S rooms .ili im
provements. will rent to white or col
ored people. MORRIS BATI'RIN.
Boas St.. City.
SOM!i PEOt'UK are paying -' it when
they aould be living in their own,
house and paying fo~ same in monthly
payment. \Vh> n«u buy ' BKLL REAL
TY CO.. Bergner Building. j
-1330 Derry St.. Ist floor apt... .540.00
1317 Per \ St.. d flo »r apt... S'"
Ktli Market St.. 3rd tloo apt.. $-<.OO
1.47 Mulberry. _\i floor apt.. .
-336 Derry Si.. new ousv. . . $-5.00
t»0» Holly street $25.00
'-In Berry ill St.. ouse. . $-'J.r»O
•4 IT A: Berry hi 11. houses. . 0
:31S i: Her sly St $IS."»0
210S I'tT 1 St ... SIS.OO
13-J« Thompson St.. ... ... .$ll.OO
HARVB] : SMI rH. 304 S lUh >\
FOR KCNT T\'.o j w-story brick
• i*es. N ,»s, an t IVernon
>• *»•.. Rent $' ach. i\»s*ess'. .»n
» iat- ! s t\ \ IIKKFUICM NV. KR.
J-asi End Bank.
RKNT—One building. 7>\-0 feet,
on -story, suitable for tnanufit turing
t automobile repair shop; equipped
v.;h steam heat, toilet and wash stand*
ami ott'ue. Kvalt i 170-1 Fulton street;
lent per month. Apply at 1709 I
Nenh Fov.rth stieet.
i'HH lilONT —All improve
loi-} »'atlieriue >lt>.oo
•N 'uuaiu $17.00
" : 0 s. So\t ntooutli. . .*18.50
A|>i»l\ Kulin & Uersiiey,
- "-"nt'(■ Tliinl street.
VNTK! V l'e»v good boarders, coun
try meals, all improvements; good 1
hue for good people. Rates low. Ap-
REAL ESTATE FOR SAi^E.
FOR SAL;' 424 :amp 8t -story
orick: corner property. 10 rooms,
lath ai.d furua e. porches, lot .oxloo.
WiIINTON - I'.U'KKR CO.. Se ond and
FOR SA Li: i Bnas St 2-story
franc: rooms. bath ami steam h- .it;
god on i;: . atira ti\» BUIN-
X)N-PA nrSR CO B I d a:ui Walnut
FOR SAi.b'- 3-story br \ li us
rooms*, bath: gas: furnaee. port
front Lot 18x100. IVsiraMe location. I
I'rt c and ter-ns renv.'iiable. BELL. 1
KSILTI CO.. Bersner Building.
EITHER a 4 or U»-aere farm wit'oin '
a twelve-minute walk of tro!'.< ■ serv
e; 10 fare to Harri»l>ur«; ci>t.»i«ler
uble friiU. -.Mid -.<•!. BKLL UKAI.TY
1 0.. Berstiier Birtki^v.n
KOR SAL«E—Xos ITo7 ?.«. i UOM Plum
street, two -'■•j-stoi} frame dwel
i"S»: w~ater -if kit. f en. t". H.
OBCUTT. No. .'ST Cumberland St.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FUR RENT—Desirable apartment of
three rooms, bath, balcony: line sv
tton of Hill. Rental 115.0i'. Address
"97 are Star-Indi pendent.
FARM LANDS FOR SALE
SMALL MISSOURI FARM—|LM cash
and t-.OV monthly: no t:;terest ">r
laves: hishly productive larul.
t'> tl'ree big markets. Write for ph >-
lographs and full information, llr-. rer.
I. 115, N. V. Life BUlg.. Kansas Cit\.
Death and Obituary
hi.NN—O.n October 28. Catherine
Finn, wife of James Finn, in her 35th
Funeral on Saturday morning at 9
o'clock, from her late residence. No.
140$ Fifth street.
W INTER-S—Mary E. W nters. widow
of the late George Winters, at her
residence. 109 S. Second street, aged
Funeral on Thursday afternoon at 2 I
•clock, from her late residence. No.
.19 S. Second street. Funeral private.
Interment private, in Harrisburg eem- ,
Lost and Found
FOUND—The home of reliable work for
particular people at EOOHRT'S -Steam
L'>eing and French Cleaning Works.
1:45 Market St Call either phone, we'll
do the rest.
LOST—Xear Front and Cumberland,
r riday, beagie pup. Reward if re
urnedjo_l2l4 X. Second St.
LOST —Between Adams street. Steelton,
and Market street, Harrisburg, a
black card case coiuaitiing t_s, a Penn
sylvania milease book and a small
brooch. Liberal reward if returned to
C. E. COLES. 601 Forster St.
3V 2 ACRE FARM
The "Berkheimer" Property
l!n "Hn nortbnrat «>» Ulllnbare
lat lh» t mii|imrrtine i.roundm. on
Ihr roa,! from ■llll.hiirc to l.atimawr
li> apple, Ji peach, 13 cherry n
plum. 1 pear and 1 quince tree—B
grape vines and 50u strawberry
7-room frame house.
Frame ground barn and usual out
MILLER BROS & NEEFE
RE A I. ESTATE
Fire lasaraacv Smr*ty Bonds i
l,o«*u«t md ( ourf Streets
WANTKIv- At once; several rooJ tin
ners. Vjvply at once to fcl. \\ . WEISS.
I 1231 X. Sixth atreet. |
WANTED—Salesmen to call on mer
chants in Itarrlaburg and vicinity;
kiooil proposition to hlg'.i jrrade man.
; Address 1* v> 305. Hat si irg.
WANTED—Experienced operators on
powe machines. Appl> DEVINE A;
YuKOKU Shoe Iffy. Co., Sixteenth and
ARMY OF UNITED STATES MUN
WANTED: Ablebodied un.'\arrled men
between ases of IS and Jo; cltisens of
Tnited States, of rood character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write the Engrhsh Ko*
iiit'urmation apply to Itevruitinx; Orlicer,
Betfiner Buildinv:. Jd & Market sts..
Hyrrisburff* N Queen St.. Lancaster;
J53 I'ine st.. Williamsport. or 37 W.
Markci st.. York. I'a.
HOW MICH IS AN UOl'R WORTH?
One person sets fifteen cents, another
person gets fifteen dollars. Why Hhls
tremetvlous difference' Special traiti
inK is the answer. MY PRIV \TK UKS
soNS in Shorthand. Typewriting:, etc.
will increase your efficiency. Call, we'll
; talk it over. MEKLK K. KKUUER.
lloom oUJ>. Patriot Buildlnff.
MfiN WANTBD to iet tl bitbtrltf
done at the McWIU.IAMS BAUHEIi
SH«*P. 409 Market street, next door to
UrFo TRANSPORTATION SCHOOL -
The oldest, best and most reliable
'utomobile ol in the country. A
full »utse of practical Instructions for
$ .> \ in lulling long driving and re
pairing lessons. Hundreds of good
>ayins? posit: 1 a arc open for compe
' out i en. Make application now. Easy
»ay:nents Open day and evenings 3
N. < 'line ron St.
. WANTKO Position as a clerk in store
►r position as violinist. Address
Hershey Hotel. Harrisburg.
KNTKIV- V voung man would like
;»»si:ion as stenographer »r book
k- pc or any other occupation. Call
at Rally atreet !
VYANTKP \ young man wishes a po
sition in restaur.: .t as waiter or
short »rder cook. Address P. O. box
•Ui>. Harris "irg. PA.
YOt'Ni* MAN. seven years practical ->f
.ind sales experier e. bookkeeper,
typist •' inta mnectlona js eoon
as possible. V J dress P H. KISKAKO,
SHI n. Second St.. City.
Vol NV. colo • d man would like posi
tion t.» care for elderly gentleman.
Address H. W.. IS3 North Ave., room 3. j
I-'IRST CLASS colored butler would like
position :.1 private family. Address
North Ave., room 3,
Yor.VO 'olored man would like posi
; tion as elevator operator or janitor.
Apply 1 m Bailey 8T
\ YOUNO MAN, 21 years of with
t\w yca:< of High school, si\ months
c'inmer ial and three years of busi
ness training, desires employment. Best
of refert-nce furnished. Call or address
J. F.. i-7 Herr street.
\\ VNTED—Man handy with tools wants
work of ar \ kind. Address Box
Tl-k'H. student would like to have po
sition of any kind after school hours.
I -IH S- Thirteenth St.. City.
j WANTED—Work of any kind. Ad
dress S. Third St.. St ee It on. P:u^
BOY. years old. would like to have
position of any kind, after school
outs. Aoolv N. Sixth St.
CHAI'FFICCTi and repair man desires a
position; work of any kind accepted,
t.xcellent character and ability. Apply
BOND SALKSMBN—Wo have a gilt e Ige
! •' 'sition for bond salesmen. Ref
erence required. Charleston Parkers
'Urg and Norti.ern U. Pw Co.. Parkers-
RAILWAY AIL clerks wanted. Com
-ence month; sample examina
tion questions free. Franklin Instl
u'e" - > P t. "t> IS. Uo. 'nes ter. N. Y.
NN VNThlO—Girl c»r woman for general
housework; >d wages, no washing
v->;> Kegma St.
LAPY for elousim. plaustlc part, thea- |
r.t. isiness. no experience necessary.-
State ie. occupati n. Address oi*76,
Stai -ittdepen let.
WANTED—White woman for general
aousework in family of two: must be
good cook; permanent home to com
petent person. Address Box 10. Pax
tang. P.t. Bell phone 124TJ5.
WANTED—Steady white girl or woman
for general housework. Good wages
and good home. M. M. HITCH IE, S.
A DRKSSMAKER wants sewlnup by day
or week: children's clothes a speclal
ty-_Apply at 1329 Wyeth Ave.
A COLORED GIRI. wants work in res
taurant. or chambermaid i:: hotel or
; boarding; h. jse. Apply IJJ9 Wyeth Ave.
I KXPKRIKN" 'ED (XH>K, colored, wants!
position i: hotel or restaurant, or
getting suppers or banquets for pri- '
vate ; artit- Host of refer-nces. Ad
dross tl. J., ijj Browns avenue.
I'X>LORED n nan wishes dav's ».:rk
of any kind. Cail or address '? &
Kifteenta street. Harrisburs. Pa.
YOUNG LADY desires position as
( stenographer and general office work.
'Can furnish best of reference. Ad
dress 141," Zarker street.
COLORED woman would like work by
> the day, house cleaning, washin or
• ironing. Call or write to 10S 1 , Christy
VOUNG colored woman wants day's
work or washing and ironing. Ad-i
dress or call IJU Apple Ave.
NEAT colored girl desires light house- I
work or n .rsing. Address or call
I Pulton Sy
WANTED—A clerical position, by
young lady; Hve years' experience.
Address M. t'.. 617 Peffer St.. City.
WANTED—Position as iiousekeeper, by;
middle-aged woman; can give good
reference. Address 4IS Walnut St.
WANTED—Washing or Ironing for
Monday or Tuesday. MRS. CATH
ERINE BKojVN. 1102 Grape Ave.
WANTED—Days' work or house clean
ing. Call or address 1009 Cowden
WHITE WOMAN wants washing and
ironing for Monday and Tuesday.
Address tSS S. Cameron St. •
WANTED Curtains to wash and
stretch. Call or address Myrtle
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN would
have washing and ironing to do at
home. Apply 1635 N. Seventh St.
WANTED—Position as housekeeper or
days' work. Address or call 413 V
COIjORED GIRL wishes a place at gen- [
eral housework or chambermaid. 1"07 i
HARRTSBrnn ST AR-I \DKPEN hKN'T. WEDNESDAY EVENfNft. OrTOHER 28, 1914.
| The full aroma of all Havana tobacco -rich, m
■ fragrant and satisfying —is what makes I
MOJA SSc CIGARS I
H worth the price. |
I Made by John C. Herman & Co. |
AMUSEMENTS. | AMUSEMENTS
MAJESTIC THEATRE ggggggfl
TO-MORROW —Mat. and Night Friday, Oct. 30, Matinea 4 Night
bIRUAIN MATIXKK » _ t . .....
r Off* |> VI C O W,,h KDl;,l; OVI.K nmt 1.11.1,1 V\
lIBLyKLLU K\GUIS 11. lVaturlnn;
■ II b W It !■ h V THE DAMCK OF TIIK KIKST SIN
!•, t.eur Mrnlltia-Portrr IMUM KSS KA. THIC M\MKR\ OF
\utli.tr •■( »t «i|rl of the l iuil.t-r- THK MI.K
IT'" ," d n " r,r,,rr '' PHK-KS—S3r. S.V n n.l SOe,
Nil*lll I'Hlt KS, Htf, 3T»e, JlTh* nmi ."ilk* Kve.» l«V, Ssv, ;isc, M)c nml 75c.
All Headline Week A Keith Vode
MHS. (iKM: HItiUKS Jt CO., IN A ,
"I.adv «;o>sip. M A Apro
i.t»i v\t;i'.H. xmv.l.o
SOIMIIK 11 Vlt \ V III), IMI.I DIM.
SIX nil.lTAK\ IIAMKRS.
jo "A:k" kvm,ow vn,> t tRK,B The Fun Shop
KIUWM) \ lll'.mKß. r
Stt IIN-OSTHAX TitlO. BltiliEST Sll«>\\ ON EAR 111 FOR
TICKETS ON SAI.E NOW FOR THE >IONFV
>III)N H.IIT MVTINKK. ELECTION M ATIXEE Se nml ltle
NR.II I'—II.I. HRTIRNS. EVEMMI, 15es I hlldreti. Hie
Krani'H V. Ilunhm.ni In
TIIK I*l.l M TBHK
lUart INhjuui >
TIIK IMI'OVI KH
liMaaa} 1 oroedv
FURNITUHB PAC KINO
PACKIN6—A. H. SHHEXK. 190$ North
Sixth street. first class packer of fur
niture, china and bricabrac. Bell vhone
W. J. WSNIUCK. 11l HiiMltOA street—
Furniture, china and piano packing.
Shipments looked after at both ends.
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
INVESTOR S OPPORTUNITY
WE are giving the small investor a,?
chance t » purchase our SIOO First j
Mortgage Bonds on easy payments at
same price paid by large financiers, I
j with free stock bonus. Send name for)
full information. Charleston Parkers
ourg and N rthe: n Railroad Company.;
I'ai'Ki rs'uu; \V. \ a.
, NOTICE —Having withdrew as a mem- j
oer of th# Moi'leaster Paving Co. on
August 1. I**4. 1 am i:i position to iian-
I die concrete work in alt branches.
KUBKUT A. Aiv. L'iiIIASTIOR.
OLD GOLD AND SILVEPw
[ HIGHEST CASH PRICKS PAIL) for old;
gold, silver, watches, and jewelry.
JuMuPH L\ BRENNKK. Jeweler, i .V.
VIvJNKY TO LUA> upon real estate »e
--cuiiUes in any amount j and upon ar.y
;eri»i-> to suit the borrower. Auutess
MONEY TO LOAN
So.OO TO SC'O.OO on your plain note, to
any person holding a salaried posi
jtion. ail transaction strivtly contiien-
I uai. Discount Co n 3i» N.
mird bu, second tloor.
LOANS— $5 to $-U0 for honest working
people without bank cieuu at less
than legal rates, payable in install
ments iu suit borrowers' convenience, j
Loan and investment Co..
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
A.L.L. kinds of hauling; ia:ge two-ton
truck, furnituiu, pianos, freight, in
the city and suburbs. Prices leason
aole. Picnic anu pleasure »r.ps, uay or
evening. WiL H. DAttfcX V«idoq
aL licil yhone ialtJ.
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO.—Two'
large brick warenouses, uuilc ex
pressly for storage, private rooms (or
Household £«ods arid unexcelled facu
lties ior storing all Kinds or .nercaan
dise. Low storage rates. South St. and
P. rt. K.
Schiff Sends to Jews
New York, Oct. 28. Saftiuei Edel '
man. United States Vice Consul at
Jerusalem, was one of tlie Americans
who returned last night on the steamer
Ancona from Genoa and Almeria. He
said that just before he left bis post
the Jews of the city received 140,000
from Jacob. H. Sell iff to be used for j
charitable purposes. Because of depres
sion resulting from the war. Mr. Edel
man said, there is far more than the
usual distress in and about Jerusalem.
The Harrisburg Hospital is open I
daily except Sunday, between 1 and 2 I
o'clock p. m. for dispensing medical j
| advice and prescriptions to those un-1
able to pay for them.
Artistic Printing at Star Independent.'
Lite's Lengthening Span
A Chicago doctor prophesies that
| children boru in 1950 will have an av ■
| erage length of life ot' 100 .years. The
propheev is based ou a study of statis
ties, which show that the average
length of life has been steadlv in
! creasing for fifty years, and he thinks
i that the rate will be maintained.
| -- - --
; PENNSYLVANIA STATE HIGHWAY
DEPARTMENT. HARRISBURG. PA.
Sealed proposals will be received at
said office until 10 a. m.. November IT,
lyi 4. when »i«ls will bo publicly open
ed and scheduled, and contract awarded
i as soon thereafter as possible, for th»
reconstruction of SSO lineal feet of
Brick Block pavement, 13 feet wide,
situated In Neshannock township. Law
rence county. Plans and specifications
may be seen at office of State Highway
Department. Harrisburg. and Franklin
Trust Company Building. Franklin. Pa.
, Full particulars and information -on
EDWARD M. BIGELOW.
? State Highway Commissioner.
\«lniinint rators' Notice
Letters of administration on the es
tate of Solomon Zimmerman, late of the
; Borough of Highspire. Dauphin county.
Pennsylvania, deceased, having been
mantel to the undersigned, all persons
indebted t<» said estate .are requested
to make immediate payment and those
i having claims will present them for
A. CURT IN HOOKER,
SA MI"EL# S. ZIM M ERM AN.
1 IMulberry St., Harrivburg, Pa.
Or WILLI v M M. HA IN. Esq..
333 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa.
NOTICE—My wife. Mrs. Eileen H. Saul,
1 having left my bed and board with
out just cause, I will hereby not pay
any bills contracted bv her.
1 Signed) MR. EDWARD SAUL. JR.
Real Estate and Insurance
Office No. 18 N. Third
St., Harrisburg, Pa„
127x100, S. K. corner
Jefferson and Seneca Sts.
110x127, East of above
lots, ou east side of Seu
80x127, West side of
Curt in St., east of Jeffer
Price right to nick
:i« N. Third St.. -Jnd Floor
LAWYERS' PAPER BOOKS
Printed at this ofti'-e in best style, at
lowest prices and on short notice.
SOLDIER TELLS OF
Relates Terrible Expe
riences of His Regi
ment in Fleeing When
500 OUT OF 600
LOST IN BATTLE
German Machine Guns Slaughter Bel
gians Eight and Left and Put to
Bout the Bcmainder of Those Not
Killed in the Trenches
Uuidou, Oct. is, I A. V M. I lie
| " Daily News" to day describes the
I terrible experiences of tmo Belgian reg
imeut during the battle ou the coast
when this regiment withdrew from Ant
werp. Throug'h some error it was given
two days' drill and inspect ion instead
of rest and then went into action "gain
in the net v.ork of trenches on the
banks of the Yser. The newspaper's
correspondent in his dispatch quotes one
of the soldiers in this body as follows:
"There was a farm on our right and
some of our men were firing at it when
tiie iloor o:ened and three officers in
Belgian uniform stopped out, shouting
to cease firing. We sent a detachment
ot men to tiie farm and they \4ere
swept awnv by machine gun tire.
Fought in Water Thigh Deep
"Later wo entered the trenches.
I Hi e x were full of watev and 1 was fir
j iug for six hours, thigh deep in water,
j German machine guns shot us out of
| crevices in a raised bank ouly a few
| yards across the river. The Germans
i then got into our cross trenches and
rived down our lines. We had to run.
| back. 1 was too sleepy to run. 1 must
have fallen asleep and then we must
| havo been ordered to advance. I was too
i tired to get up but some one kicked
I me and I goKup as did the man in
; front of me. He immediately was shot
j through the head and fell back on me.
! got up again. A shell burst near me
three men who were running past just
Regiment Seduced to uno
''l found myself running forward
j again with others with fixe i bayonets
on to the Germans who were tiring from
our own trenches. We were 200 left
from GOO. They did not wait but
scrambled over the bank a< ross the
river. We crouched in a big trench in
muddy water. It was dark and we
heard, we thought, Germans whispering
; on the river side of our bank only six
j feet away from us. The speakers were J
:!00 Germans who had stayed on our I
side, fearing to cross the river under!
"So we stayed all night, and neither
they nor we slept. Some of our men :
who crept up the bank to look over i
were shot. Some of the Germans climb- j
ed over and we fired at their heads,!
hands and arms as they became visible. I
A few made holes through the loose i
eart'h through which we fired on each i
other. Then the French got around the '
end anil there was heavy firing. AVe'
heard a few of the enemy siipiping do'wn j
to the river edge and the splashing of
water. Then we scrambled over the
bank and won. Only a hundred of our j
regiment now remain."
Phiir'dfllDhlr Produce Market
Philad Iphia. Oct. IS.—Wheat higher-.
No. 2 red spit, export. 110® HI: No. 1
.northern. Dulutli export. 124«i12T.
Corn firm: No. 2 vellow, local, S3 l '.
®S4. " .
Oats steady: X 2 white. 545i54U. !
Bran firm; winter, por ton. $24.00® '
24.50: spring. 23,50® 24.00.
Refined sugars firm: powdered. .".90:
fine granulated, 5.80; Confectioners' A. S
Butter steady: western creamery, ex
tra, 34; nearby prints, fancy, :!?.
Eggs steady: nearby firsts, free case.
19.60: do., current receipts, free case.
118.70©9.00; western extra, firsts, free >
' use, 9.60: western extra, firsts, free I
Live poultry steady: fowls, 1315: |
jld roosters, 114*12; chickens, 12®15;!
lucks. 13® 14; geese, 13(6 11.
Dressed poultry lower; fowls, heavy, i
19®20; average receipts. 15®18; small, 1
• 14®14Vi: old roosters. 13*4; broiling:
j chickens, nearby, 16<ii22; western. 12 i
, Flour weak; winter straight. 5.00® 1
' 3.25; spring straight, 5.35®5.60; do.. I
j patent, 5.70®5.85.
Hay was firm; timothy, No. 1. large :
bales. 18.50*519; No. 1 medium bales, i
18.r,0®19; No. 2. 17® 17.50: No. J, 14.50® i
i 15.50; clover mixed, light mixed, 17.50® I
IS: No. 1. 16Hi' 17: No. 2. llffilS.
Potatoes weak: Pennsylvania, per i
bushel. 58® 60: New York, I.", ®SO; Jer-'
ley. per basket. 35® 45.
Chicago Live Stock Market
Chicago, Oct. lS. —Hogs—Receipts, I
'23,000: strong. Bulk. 7.30®7.60; light.
I 7.10® 7.60; mixed. 7.15® 7.75: heavy, 7.10 '
rough, 7.10®7.20; pigs. 4.50® j
Cattle Receipts, 19,000; steady. I
Beeves. 6.25®11.00: steers. 5.90®9.30: |
! stockers and feeders. 4.90® 8.10; cows'
and heifers, 3.40® 8.90; calves. 7 25iff 1
Sheep Receipts, 26,000: strong. •
Sheep, 5.000®6.10; yearlings, 5.75®6.60;(
lambs. 6.15® 7.95.
Sale and Exchange
FOB SALE • I
FOR SALE—Wagon suitable for any
purpose; must be sold this week, re- I
gardless of cost; must have the room.
CROCK'S WAGON SHOP, 1541 Walnut
FOR SALE—Single Comb White leg
horn pullets; selling out. Specjal
prices if taken at once. Apply A. B.
| DAVIS. Penbrook. Bell phone 507R3. j
FOR SAl«E—Store front and plate glass,
also three counters and wall furni
ture with rocker bins. Call at 2019
Green street, from 1 to 2, dally.
HUNTERS. ATTENTION! Special all
this week; loaded Red Devil shells
with smokeless powder, at 55 cents a
box. Get our prices on guns. etc. KEY
STONE CYCLE CO., 814 N. Third St.
FOR SALE—AT GABLE'S, 113, 115 and
117 a Second St.. 5,080 gallons New
Era ready-mixed paint. Acme quality. I
All tbe full line of the Acme make.
FOR SALE—AT GABLE'S. 111-111 S.
| Second St, 5,000 sets new sash, fxlO |
I 12 I*. primed and gluxed. at (1.15 per |
set Also other sizes.
ALLIES CONTINUE TO ADVANCE NORTH
C«n(lnurd I'rum l lral l'ii(«
main the conflict is raging along practically the same lilies
as heretofore and that the deadlock has not been broken.
London reports unofficially that the fiercest German
attack had diverted from the seacoast slightly to the south
in the line between Dixmude and Ypres. This may pos
sibly be explained by assertions that the British fleet off
the coast, said to have been driven off for a time by Ger
man artillery, has resumed its bombardment with telling
effect, it is said, upon the Germans.
Eastward along the nfiiin course of battle, where com
parative calm prevailed for several weeks, there are
further indications that heavy action has been resumed.
Yesterday"s official French statement referred to success
ful attacks on the Germans at the center and eastern end
of the lines, lu to-day's statement it is said that the Ger
mans attempted a violent offensive movement at Craonue.
JAP t'RUISKR RKIM'LSKS TWO
ATTACKS BY liKRMAN VESSKLS
Tokio, Oct. 28, 11 A. M.—The .lap
r.nese cruiser Ohitose repulsed two at
iucS.s by (ii'rmaii warships on tin" nights
' of. October IS anil 19 following the
destruction of tho Japanm cruiser
Takarhiho by a German torpedo boat
destroyer in Kino-Chow liarbor on Oc
tinher 17. The German ships fled in
1 Kino-Chow harbor.
I Storms have delayed the general .lap
i anese assault on Tsing-Tau and the
, rough seas have released mines which
( are endangering navigation. The pre
liminary bombardments of the forts
' from land and sea continue and are
causing much destruction.
' ROOSEVELT IS DUE HERE
AT 10 O'CLOCK TO-MORROW
Colonel Will Speak First iu Chestnut
Street Hall and Afterward in tho
Board of Trade—Only a Few Tick
ets Now Remain
All of the tickets for the two ad
dresses to be delivered bv Colonel
Roosevelt in Harrisburg to-morrow at
' Chestnut street hall and Hoard of Trade
t auditorium respectively have been dis
1 tribute! except a very few that have
' been kept in case of emergency to give
J to persons residing at a distance whose
I applications come late. All of the
! Chestnut street hall tickets are out.
. The committee, headed by County
Chairman Mosey, feels that it has done
the best it could under the extraordi
nary rush for seats, some-demands com
ing from people fifty miles distant
s whose towns will not be visited by the
J Colonel and who desire to hear him.
; Colonel Roosevelt will be accompa
• liied by Uifford Pinehot, Mrs. Vinchot,
9 l<ex N.,Mitchell, candidate for Con
J gressraan-at-large; State Chairman Det-
L y rich and a large number of newspnper-
J men. The party will go to the Chest
nut street hall as soon after 10
r I o'clock as possible, escorted by the re
r j ception committee which has been an
nounced by County Chairman Mosey
r ; as follows:
,i U. K. Landis, chairman; Dr. J. K.
r | Storey, J. W. Da vies, Dr. B. P. Smith,
. | M. A. JShirk, Judge Swopc, W. B. Tip
, ton, William Spousler, Charles L. John
i. j son, D. M. Hatz, J. B. Martin, W. W.
B j Lenker, J. F. Rife, John B. Rider, Ijoe
i Good, J. 11. Doutrich, Ross Reiser, U.
e! A. Selser, Clayton Smith Prof. Ralph
p | Rider, J. Ezra Foltz, Joseph Brandt,
i j Peter timber, Allen Brunt, Joseph Wal
f ters, William Lingle, W. 11. Earnest,
e It. S. P. Lurch, the Rev. 11. E. Hoover,
r! the Rev. B. L. Hurt, the Rev. M,r.
Moyer, the Rev. D. H. Albright, S. D.
I t lark, the Rev. O. G. Romig, the Rev.
I". R. Reedington, the Rev. Mr. Rhuails,
J. i. Brubaker, Dr. Mcdaniel, the Rev.
Mr. Bergstresser, A. G. Banks, H. E.
■ Brant, R. G. Aileman, the Rev. Mr.
I Boy e r. Dr. MeCarrell, John K. Royal,
i W. Schell, D. Lingle, A. G. Eden, C. \V.
Comlad, Etter Irvin, Joseph Welcotner,
• j Colonel Thomas Gordon, W. 11. KeK, J.
j Russell Klugh, C. J. Young, F. Keuney,
-1 R. Ludwig, H. Hertzler, Fiilinore Maust,
I Charles Lenhart, Ben Eby, .Ur. Kauff
man, the Rev. Mr. Stone, E. N. L?b >,
■ | William Jones, C. E. Cooper, E. W.
i ! Lewis, A. L. Michner, David Shaffner,
- | the Rev. H. P. lx>ng, J. 11. Fry, J. 11.
; j Wallower, P. E. Snyder, William Uus
ingcr, A. C. Blair, J. A. McKeehan, 11.
• j C. Martz, M. L. Rudy, H. M. Graham,
<j C. S. Wallower, L. C. Stephens. It. F.
j Nheesley, A. L. Adams, John Lippert,
Frank Reese, Robert Roberts, William
. j Crutchlev, Edward White, Alex Dick
a sou, Dan Sheesley, William Robs its,
~ i Dan Crutehley, Charles Raine, Frank
i i Moran, Joseph Sheaffer, William Roh
' i rer, R. A. Enders, S. C. Eby, S. H.
r j Garland, 8. A. Barnhart, Amnion Neff,
- ' Isaac Xett', H. F. Houdeshel, R. E.
Styles, J. Hetrick, Dr. Wolford, Mar
-1 shall Kicklin, George Potts, 11. (,'raig
hesd, the Rev. A. J. Green, J. M. Re
j buck. D. E. Taylor, X. E. Swords, Dr.
j i Sminkey, John Koppenhaver, George L.
- Reed, H. 11. Walborn, John Fackler,
Dr. Walmer, J. W. Clemson, B. H.
•' Reichert, Harry Lowery, C. L. Stahl,
s J. H. Seborn, j. L. Sefiold, H. C. Orth,
| 11. C. Doming, Samuel Fishman, H. B.
. | McCormick, Thomas J. McCann, W. L.
; j Vannaman, Christ L. Rudy, Charles A.
t j Rhine. O. F. Morrett, R. M. Dunlap, J.
• J. Fackler, Joseph E. Miller, John M.
Bushey, William Eshenour, John P.
j Hallman, John Miller, George Martin,
! John Y. Mosey.
After Colonel Roosevelt makes his
address in the Chestnut street hall he
| will leave at once for the Board of
, Trade hall, where meantime the wait
' ing crowd will be entertained by
| N. Mitchell and others, (iifford Pinehot
| will follow the Colonel at the Chestnut
! street'hall. The Roosevelt party will
take the train for Philadelphia at
j 11.30, after being in Harrisburg an
' hour and a half.
To-morrow night a Washington party
mass meeting will be held in the Chest
nut street hull to be addressed by Col
i onel L. B. Austin, of Atlanta, Georgia;
Lex N. Mitchell and others.
On Saturday night, at the Democratic
rally at Chestnut street hall, the Rev.
Dr. Swift, a member of the House from
Beaver, and a leader of the Washington
party in Western Pennsylvania, will be
one of the speakers with the Palmer
; McCormick party.
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' INDEPENDENT WANT ADS.
$200,000,000 IS DAMAGE
IN mm BOMBARDMENT
London, Oct. 2S, a. 35 A. M.—The
correspondent of the "Morning Pot-,"
who has just returne I from Rheims,
telegraphs from Paris that the insur
ance companies estimate the damage to
Hheims at $200,000,000. \t the May
or s oflice, it is stated, the correspond
ent says, that this estimate will be ex
ceeded when ■ andry damage to private
property is added.
' 1 Over twelve hundred civilians wore
killed in the streets and houses during
the month's bombardment,'' the cor
respondent says. "About one fourth of
all the buildings were destroyed.
"Forty thousand of the city's popu
lation of a quarter of a million still
remain, mostly living iu cellars. Al
though the bombardment continues in
termittently, masons and other work
men are already repairing some of the
buildings. The cathedral is a ruin. It
is still crumbling and big lumps of
stone continually fall from the arches."
GERMAN GIRL SPY CAUGHT
BY THE RUSSIANS IS SHOT
London, Oct. 28. 2.42 A. M. -The
Pctrograd correspondent of the " Morn
ing l'ost," telegraphing! under 'l ues
day's date regarding the lighting iu G i
"It. is unoflicially reported today
that in the fighting in Galicia the Rtis-
Mans left and tho Russian center have
not succeeded in pushing the advant
ages they gained as far ns was hoped.
I "There is no continuation of these
reports, but it is quite possible that the
smashing of the German left, where
! Germany's best forces were advanced,
may easily have been attained at the
I cost of weakening somewhat, if only
temporarily, some other part of the Rus
sian line. The position of Russia is.
i however, strategically very strong and
j if the news is true it can only be a mo-
I mentarv check.
"A German girl spy was caught ;»
few miles outside of Petrograd. She
I has been court-martialed and shot.
Her clothes were lined with admirablv
executed plans of Kronstadt and other
; military stations.''
STATE C. E. SECRETARY
ASSERTS FAITH IN STOUGH
Harrisburg Union at List Night's Rally
Extends Invitation:, to Christian En
deavorers to Attend State Conven
tion Here iu It)IK
Christian Eudeavorcrs of the Harris-
I burg C. E. Union representing sixty so
j cieties from this city and tho surround
ing towns attended tho annual rally in
the Sixth Street I'nited i>rethreti chuivli
E.J. Huggius, president «f the union,
! presided. After devotional exercises by
| the Rev. P. 11. BaUbaugh. the ( litis
| tian Endeavor choral union rendered
■lt. B. Maerorv, of Pittsburgh, secre
; tary, delivered an address. He said:
"We are making an eleven-day trip
j across the State in the interest of tho
; new headquarters building at Boston.
Pennsylvania made a pledge of $lO,-
: 000 toward that fund. The time is ripe
i to accomplish great things for (.'. E. This
I training school is doing great things
j in this State.
I "The evangelistic department is ou
the firing line. 1 believe in "Billy"
i Sunday, Dr. Stougli and Dr. ( hanipman
jin the great evangelistic work. Fifty
| thousand young people are ready to do
j definite work anil Should stand by your
; churches and pastors.
"Pennsylvania has the largest union
I in the world, ft lias given SB,OOO to
i ward the new building fund and has
; pledged SIO,OOO more. We are making
a tour eovqpng the following towns:
Lebanon. Kaston, Allentown, Orwigs
burg, South Bethlehem, Williamsport,
1 Scrairton, Wilkes-Barre, Newport, Al
i toona, Greenaburg and Pittsburgh. '
Karl liehmann, field secretary of tho
j united, society, of Boston, spoke on
I "The Two Fold Purposo of C. E."
"There is no agency on the eonti
! nent," he said, "that counts so much
' as Christian Endeavor. C. E. has made
the greatest record in religious work
i than any other organization."
The Sixth Street United Brethren C.
! E. choir rendered a selection, after
which the following officers were elect
|od: President. A. C. Dean; secretary,
j 'Miss Emily Edwards, and treasurer,
Punk O. Witherow.
The following societies won the prizes
the largest per cent, of their mem
bership present: Membership over 50,
Pentbrook Church of God, 88.4 per cent.;
St.. Matthew's Lutheran, 86 2-3 per
cent., eac'h receiving a Bible. Member
ship under 50, Covenant Presbyterian,
71.4 per cent, anil St. John's Reformed,
ofi.2 per cent., each receiving subscrip
tions to the "<'. E. World" and ths
The following were tlie committee on
prizes: Paul A. Stricklcr, John McCul
lough and David Brightbill.
Greetings were extended to all the
societies of the State and an invitation
extended to attend the S'ate conven
tion in Harrisburg, 1916.
The Harrisburg Hospital is ope
daily except Sunday, between 1 and
o'clock p. m. for dispensing medics
advice and prescriptions to those ui
»b!e to pay for them.