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FURNISHED BOOMS AND
FOR RENT Furnished rooms and
boarding by meal, day or week Ap
ply 1001 N. Second St. corner Boa* and
Second streets. .
REAL ESTATE FOE SALE OB KENT
HOUSES FOR RENT and 2*4-storjr
dwelling houses for ssle. Elder Real
Estate Co.. 24th and Perry Sts.
BEAL ESTATE FOB BENT.
FOR RENT Two 214 -story brick
houses, Nos. 1521 and 1523 \ ernon
street. Rent $15.00 each. Possession
Immediately, E. A. HSFPUBFINOBR,
East End Bank. ___
FOR RENT—6-room house, 1732 Wal
nut St. Apply 1221 N. Sixtli street.
FOR RENT—'33S South Fifteenth St.; 8
rooms and bath; wide front porch and
balconv; hot and cold water in cellar.
Apply to F. H. HANTZMAN, 660 Briggs
or 613 Forster St.
FOR RENT Eight-room residence,
1901 Green St., corner of Muench St.;
porch, range, closet, gas, yard; posses
sion at one*?. Call Bell phone 30481*
FOR RENT—Two-story brick dwelling;
all improvements, 914 May St.; rear
of 1509 Boa** St. Rent sl4. Immediate
possession. Inquire 107 Boas St., or call
Bell phone 1295 R.
TOR RENT —Eight-roomed house, 608
Muench street; all conveniences; pos
session at once Inquire 1301 N. Sec
-1330 Derry St, Ist floor apt.,.. $40.00
1317 Derry St. 2d floor apt $3a.00
1315 Market St.. 3rd floor apt., $28.00
1247 Mulberry, 2d floor apt., ..$25.00
2336 Derrv St.. new house $25.00
1904 Holly street $25.00
1216 Berryhill St., house $22.50
1447 & 1443 Berryhill, houses, ..$22.50
2338 Ellersly St $18.50
2108 Derry St SIB.OO
1315 Thompson St.. $ll.OO
HARVEY T. SMITH. 204 S. 13th St.
FOR RENT —All improve
-1614 Catherine, $16.00
1509 Naudain $17.00
530 S. Seventeenth, . .$18.50
Apply Kuhn & Hershey,
18 South Third street.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOB RENT
FOR llgrht housekeeping, -with and -with
out kitchenettes; all rooms strictly
private; nicely papered; stoves furnish
ed free; laundry, phone and bath room
privileges; basement lockers for sur
plus furniture. Inquire office, 429
Broad street or Janltrcss, room 6. same
APARTMENTS FOB BENT
FOR RiENT —Small apartment on South
Fourth street; city steam heat; refer
ence required. Inquire 29 S. Dewberry
FOR RENT'—3-story brick, all Improve
ments; corner house, 1418 Berryhill
St; rent $20.00. Inquire 1843 Regina.
First class condition.
BOOMS FOB BENT
FOR RENT—Two double rooms and two
single rooms, on second floor, and
board; steam heat and all conveniences.
Apply 116 Chestnut St.
BEAL ESTATE FOE SALE.
FOR SALE—2I9 Reily St.; 3-story
brick; 9 rooms, bath and furnace;
lot 15x96. BRINTON-PACKER CO.,
Second and Walnut Sts.
FOR SALE—On Long St., Camp Hill,
frame bungalow; nearly new; three
squares from trolley line; one acre of
ground. Price S-.TOfl. -.BRINTON
PACKER CO., Second and Walnut Sts.
SEVERAL brick houses, practically
new. for sale on easy terms—now
va.-ant. All modern improvements;
porches. Small cash payment required
and monthly payments as rent. BELL
REALTY CO., Bergner Building.
1 OR SALE—House No. IS3I N. Sixth St.
Remodeled throughout; all improve
ments. Apply GEORGE W. ORTH, 423
"• ate St.
SEVERAL business propositions for
sale; all conditions open for your
inspection and are favorable for an
active business for a live owner. BELL
REALTY CO., Bergner Building.
FARM LANDS FOB SALE
SMALL MISSOURI FARM—SS.OO cash
and $5.00 monthly; no interest or
taxes; highly productive land. Close
to three big markets. Write for pho
tographs and full Information. Munger.
I. 115, N. Y. Life Bldg., Kansas City!
Certificates of the llarrisburg Trac
tion Company. No. 883, for 2S shares,
and No. 2342, for 2 shares, of stock in
the name of Daniel IBonner, Guar
dian, have been lost or mislaid. Appli
cation lias been made to said company
to issue other certificates in lieu of
the above. DANIEL L BONNER.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE HIGHWAY
DEPARTMENT. HARRISBURG, PA.
Sealed proposals will be received at
said office until 10 a. m., November 17,
1911. when bids will be publicly open
ed and scheduled, and contract awarded
as soon thereafter as possible, for the
reconstruction of 850 lineal feet of
Brick Block pavement. 13 feet wide,
situated in Neshannock township. L-uv
rence county. Plans and specifications
may be seen at office of State Highway
Department. Harrisburg, and Franklin
Trust Company Bulldins. I'ranklln, Pa.
Full particulars and information on
EDWARD M. BIGELOW,
State Highway Commissioner.
Z 1 1 "v
.108 no 310 CHERRY ST.
I'lnt 30.3 x for. ft.
Improved with two 2-story frame
houses—each six rooms.
The value of this property is in
it» central location.
HI II,DING I.OT
Northeast corner of Berrvhill St.
and Daisy Ave., to Ella Ave.
Plen'.v of room fo" a house on
Berryhill S;. ami a or garage
MILLER BROS. & NEEFE
Fire liittraure Surety Bonds
Uvual and Court strict!
Wants > !
ARMY OK UNITED STATES. MEN j
WANTED: Ablebodleti unmarried men
between ages of 18 and 35; citizens of
United Slates, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write the English language. For
information apply to Recrultins Officer,
Building. 3d & Marltgt sts.,
Harrisburg, 18 N. Queen St.. Lancaster,
353 Pine si.. Willlamsport. or 37 W.
Market st., York, Pa.
IT COSTS ONE PENNY.
Invest that small sum in a postal
card just to find out if my Private
Lessons in Shorthand, Typewriting,
Penmanship, Rapid Calculations. Etc.,
will appeal to you. 1 will gladly give
you full information. MERDE E. KKL-
L.li>R, Room 309. Patriot Building.
WANTED—IjocaI representation for one
of the largest manufacturing con
cerns In America, marketing high class
office necessity. To a man of unques
tionable responsibility and reputation
a liberal contract and training will be
given. Do not answer this unless pre
pared to make small investment. Batik
reference required. Address 3975, care
WANTED—Young man without a home
—will give him good home and small
wages; one handy with horses. Cull
at litis James St., between 6 and 8 p. m.
UPHOLSTERER WANTED—AppIy Fur
niture Department, BOWMAN & CO.
AUTO TRANSPORTATION SCHOOL—
The oldest, best and most reliable
automobile school In the country. A
full course of practical instructions for
$35.00, including long driving and re
pairing lessons. Hundreds of good
paying positions are open for compe
tent men. Make application now. Easy
payments. Open day and evenings. 5
N. Cameron St.
* ■ ■
BAKER—AII around man wants work
In small shop. Address or call 115
Nissley St., Middletown.
YOUNG MAN, 18 years of age, wants
work of any kind; willing to work
hard. Call or address S. E. S.,
COLORED married man. sober and in
telligent; wishes work of any kind.
Will accept position as elevator oper
ator, porter, janitor, driving of any
kind. Address 232 S. Fifteenth St.
YOUNG MAN would like to have posi
tion as driver of delivery wagon; can
give good reference. Apply 1839 Herr
HOUSE CLEANING, windows, paints
and floors, automobiles washed and
polished; work neatly done. Phono 2858.
CHAUFFEUR wishes position with pri
vate family; seven years experience.
Apply 3-9 Cherry St.
DRUGGIST wjshes a position: regis
tered. C. T. H., 377 N. Eighth St..
EXPERIENCED COOK, colored, wants
position in hotel or restaurant, or i
getting suppers or banquets lor pri- |
yate parties. Best of references. Ad
dress R. J., 524 Browns avenue.
WANTED—Position as a clerk in store
or position as violinist. Address !
Hershey Hotel, Harrisburg.
WANTED—A young man would like |
a position as stenographer ur book- |
keeper or any other occupation. Call
at 407 Relly street.
WANTED—A young man wishes a po
sition in restaurant as waiter or I
short order cook. Address P. o. box
34!), Harrisburg, Pa.
YOUNG MAN, seven years practical of- :
lice and sales experience; bookkeeper,
typist, etc., wants connections as soon
as possible. Address D. li. lUNEARD,
3111 N. Second St,, City.
BECOME Railway Mail Clerks, $75.00
month; examinations coming, .sam
ple questions free. Franklin Institute,
Hept. 360T, Rochester, N. i.
WANTED ' j
WANTED—A good barber; must be j
sober; also one barber cliair and fix- |
tures; must be cheap. Apply or write
to the Farmers' supply and repair shop,
H. (J. BOWMAN. West Main St.; Pal
WANTED—Experienced girl or middle
aged woman for general housework
in small family; must be a good cook;
wages $5.00 per week. Apply MRS. J.
B. LEITiIISER, 1 lcrshcy, Pa.
ANYONE can earn more money in spare i
or full time with our wonderful Pol
ishing Pad. Retails for 10c. Constant
ly repeats. Send 10c for sample .uid 1
complete information. The Mogul Mlg. !
Co., Cleveland, O. j
WANTED—By young colored woman
days' *vork of any kind or washing
to do at home. Can give reference, j
Call or address 812 James Ave.
WANTED—General housework, by col- i
ored woman. Address or call 505
WANTED—Colored woman desires light I
housework or position as chamber- j
maid. Address or call 505 South St.
WANTED—By a young colored girl, a i
place to do general housework or '
day's work. Call or address lltH- Lib
COLORED LADY wishes a position as
cook or general housework. Can give ;
reference. Apply 352 S. Cameron St.
YOUNG colored woman would like to '
have day's work of any kind or dish I
washing. Apply 1211) N. Seventh St.
WANTED—White woman wants day's
work of any kind. Call 12a Broad !
street, room 26.
A COLORED woman wishes position to I
do light housework. Call 507 South
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN would like to
keep house for widower, or clean 1
house, or hire out. Apply 2t>o Hen St. j
A DRESSMAKER wants sewing by day !
or week; children's clothes a special
ty. Apply at 132!) Wyeth Ave.
A COLORED GIRL wants work in res
taurant, or chambermaid in hotel or 1
boarding house. Apply 1329 Wyeth Ave. ;
COLORED woman wishes day's work i
of any kind. Call or address 232 s.
Fifteenln street, Harrisburg, Pa.
YOUNG LADY desires position as '
. stenographer and general office work I
Can furnish best of reference. Ad- i
dress 1415 Zarker street.
COLORED woman would work by
the day. house cleaning, washin or
ironing. Call or write to 10SU Christy
Court. _ '
YOUNG colored woman wants day's
work or washing and ironing. Ad
dress or call 1211 Apple Ave.
DRESSMAKING, at home; also altera- '
tions on all coats and suits a spe- I
daily. Call or address hn\ N. Fourth I
HARRTSBfrm STAR-INDEPENDENT. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4, 1914.
BEST SHOW OF THE SEASON, HAVE YOU HAD YOUR LAUGH AT
: HEADED nv FLETCHER NORTON THK , " RESE>T B "
AND AUBREY MAPLE. IN IAST CHANCE TO-DAV
SEW SHOW TO-MORROW Including
The Last Tango Moyjg Models"
13 People—Heautiful Scenery 1 ,f,,fi,w iliwwviw
MATINEES 5 and 10c
EVENINGS, ... 10 and 15c
k- ' - J
I |gj| MAJESTIC
# j3n Tioxsr GREAT CAST!
I NIGHTS Tn rtou
50,30,20 j '«""«/ 10,20
STOP THIEF .
<>reate*t rrook p!nj fver written
.'IOO nights nt AMor Theatre
threat I*lay, Heantlt'nl fernery
What Happened to Mary
The Entire >. Y. Product loan
!\Vill lit* Presented
Positively the ilrnmntlc etenl of
the Meaaiou. .All draperies, furni
ture earrled especially fur thin
Dealing mi l iiwise >larriiiße i
N ATI'It HAY
I \DEII SOUTHERN SKM3S
PACKING—A. H. SHItENK. 1906 North
Sixth street, lirst class packer of fur
niture, china and bricabrac. Bell vhone
W. J. W'ENRICH, 333 Hamilton street-
Furniture, china and piano packing,
i Shipments looked atter at both ends,
i Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
3 2 2 7 W.
! MONEY TO L,OA> upon leal estate *«•
j curlties in un> amounts and upon any
I terms to suit the iMtruwer. Address
| *. '<»». i;i.
i WANTED—To buy second-handed meat
cooler, two blocks and one counter;
separately or together. Call at IS3J
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
new eight-story brick' warehouses,
one absolutely fireproof, divided into
tirepruoi" private rooms of various
sizes for t lie sioragc of Household
iioods; the other w.irenouse of the most
approved type of lire reiardain con
struction for general merchandise. They
art equipped with two largo electric
freight elevators and spiral chute for
li.e quick and sale handling of house
hold goods and all kinds of merehan
j disc. Low storage rates. South Second
street, near Pax ton, on the tracks of
Penna. R. JI.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER
HIGHEST CASH i'UiCES PAID for old
gold, silver, »vatches. auu Jewelry.
| JOftLjPli U. i *•».
MONEY TO MAN
So.oo TO Jou.uu on jou» plain note, to
any pet son Hciuing a *uiuri«u posi
tion, ail uuiisajtiou stricii> cojiuuen
uai. Employees jJiscouiik Co., uo
inVrd . ... xtidiiu iluov,
L#OANfc—to 5-00 for honest working
people wuiioui oank cieuit at less
I til <Aii iefctai irtUJa, pa>abie in ins tan
uieuls l o bUli ooriowt.i» coil veuteiu t*.
I V K
Loan una invesiaicui Lu.,
Jul CnestiiUL &1.
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
ALL. kinds of haultug; large two-ton
uuck; furniture, pianos. Height, in
I the city and suburbs. Prices reason
able. Picnic and pleasure trips, uay or
evening. VV M. H. UAKIi 11..J Vvruun
! »Vtieli phone jjliJ.
Sale and Exchange
BA It HERS TAKK NOTICE Special!
I 'llir.se-cup racks, $1.25. Come uuirk
at tills price. KEVNTONE CYCLE CO.
814 N. Third St.
KOII SAUK—Good boarding and room-
I ins house, centrally located; best lo
cation in city. Call at 118 Market St.
' FOR SALE—AT GABLE S. 113. 116 and
j 117 S. Second St., 6,000 gallons New
! Era ready-mixed paint. Acme quality.
All the full line of the Acme make.
} FLAGS all nations; butterflies; baseball
players; 3U flags all nations; 20 but-
I terflies, 50c—5c postage. Large Amer
| lean flags, 11x18 inches, 15c—tfc post
age. MITCHELL, 441 Broad St., City.
; FOR SALE—Cheap—One five-piece par
lor suit, covered with tapestry; one
| quartered oak china closet; practically
: now. At 1924 N. Third St.
STOVES—New and second hand stoves
I bought and sold. Heaters and ranges
of all kinds complete with pipe and
| fittings at low prices. S. GOLD, 1016
j Market street. Bell phone 1381 R.
j FOR SALE—AT GABLE S, 111-117 ft
Second St.. 5,000 sets netv sash Sxl#
i 12 U. primed and gilazed, at (1.15 p« r
j N. Third St.. and Floor
4 ' 1 " \ '
MIRTH. COMEDY AND MVSIC
TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL
Thursday and Friday Eve.
November sth and 6th
At 8.15 O'clock
RI<>KRVKD SKATS 10c EXTRA
Tickets rcNerwd at \rwirk Shor
••The flub of the Rlavk Maak," 4-
rrel Drama. "The Mill of Life/* Vl
tai;raph, featuring Maurice ( oiitello.
**Hearst-Selfft Weekly*" of «'urreat
lOventM. Special 'l'hurNday A Friday.
••My OHioini Wife,** 5-reel llroad
way Star Vltaßrajih producti<»a tea
t itrinp. Marie William* nail Clara
Kept in the Dark
Warden—Well, are you willing to
Voice From the Dungeon—No. sir.
1 'ni as much in the dark as ever.—Buf
Lost and Found
FOUND—A pocketbook. near Market
Square; owner can have same by
identifying it. Address Lock Box 332,
FOUND—TiIe home of reliable work for
particular people at KiiG-KRT'S Steam
Dyeing; a"nd French Cleaning Works,
124 a Market St. Call either phone, we'll
do the rest.
Real Estate and Insurance
Office NO.IBN. Third
St., Harrisburg, Pa.,
127x100, 8. E. corner
Jefferson and Seneca >Sts.
110x127, East of above
lots, on east side of Sen
80x127. West side of
Curtin St., east of Jeffer
Price right to quick
Ready In 48 Hours
Drop portal. 501 Kunlde Bltfg.,
or ciill -I'-'.; 801 l Photic
Presbyterian Woman's Home Mission
ary Society in Session
Mechanicsburg, Nov. i. —The thirtv
secflnd annual convention of the Wom
an's Home Missionary Socioty of the
< arlisle Presbytery is being held in the
Presbyterian church in this place.
About 100 delegates are here. The
opening session was held at 2.30
o'clock this afternoon. Mrs. Joshua VV.
.Sharp, of Chambersburg, presided and
Mrs. VV. T. Scheffer, of Harrisburg, was
recording secretary. This evening an
address will be given by Dr. Moffett,
superintendent of the department of
Indian missions. An interesting pro
gram has been planntfU and good papers
and interesting discussions will, be
heard at all the sessions. The conven
tion will close to-morrow afternoon.
Tho funeral of Clarence Ritner was
held this afternoon from the home of
his sister, Mrs. M. I. Fought, West Lo
cust street. Services were conducted
'by the Rev. Charles Raach, of the
Church of Cod, assisted by tho Rev.
,r. J. Resh, of the Methodist church.
Interment, which was private, was
made in Chestnut Hill cemetcrv.
Mrs. (H. Hall Sharp and little son,
Martin, arc visiting relatives in (Jet
Miss Ellen Meilv spent yesterday in
Dr. J. H. Kilij;ore spent vesterdav in
-Mrs. Aliee S. Hauek visited relatives
in M arris-burg yesterday.
Mrs. FreU Cierber and" little daughter,
of York, are guests of Mrs. Berber',
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mercer,
West Main streot.
Miss Violet Beitzcl, organist of tho
First U. B. church, will give a pipe or
gan recital on the evening of November
12. Miss Beitzel will be assisted by
Mrs. Claire Harnislh, who will aing sev
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Baker Engineering Com
pany of Pennsylvania the following offi
cers were elected: President. George
E. Lloyd, of Mechanicsburg; vice presi
dent, R. E. Rakestraw, ot' Mechauics
'burg; secretary and treasurer, Charles
Bberly, Mechanicsburg; sales manager,
W. C. Hardy,, Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Lebo, of Harrisburg, Vis
ited Deiblers on Sunday
Special Correspondence. •
Nov. 4.-—-» Mr. and Mrs.
K. jV. Jjebo, of Harrisburg, and Mr. and
Mrs. I. S. Daniel, of Kliz.abetJhville, vis
ited Robert Deibler and family on'-Sun
•Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lehman, of i
Elizabethvillc, were the gliosis o!' John j
Rombergfer and faonily on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ktratvli •.•Kar, of]
Harrisburg, were tile guests of the bt
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fes
Mrs. Homer Wade, who has been ill
for the last, few tnoivbhs. was able to
be out on B>undav for tho firet.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Overhultzer,
Mr. and Mrs. Lenlter and son, of Mil
lersburg, visited friends in town on
Florence Hoover was a visitor at Eliz
befhville on Saturday.
The Hoover brothers who have been
employed at Hershey returned home
on Saturday eve.ning to stay. They are
reopening their planing mill.
George Koppenhaver and Mr. Her
shey, of Hershey, and Moody Raker, of
Harrisl'ourg, are here enjoying the first
raib'bit hunting season.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Dockey, Bessie
Minicli and Clayton Stine were at
Grata on Saturday evening.
Mrs. William Everett is visiting her
mo'tfher, M rs. Samuel Snvder, i who is
Sallio Heckert. visiter her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Heckert, on Sun
•John and Walter 'Hoover transacted
j business at. Hegins on Monday.
I The band went to Millersburg on
Earl Paul and Family Return to Home
Fisherville, Nov. 4.—Mr. ami Mrs. S.
j F. Bowman, son. Samuel; Emma Bix
ler, Mrs. C. A. Marsh and son, Lloyd
F. Louderniili'h, and family spent Satur
day at Harrisburg.
Charles Fetterhoff was at Philadel
phia a few days last week.
Communion services will be held in
the Lutheran church Sunday, November
29, at 10 a. m bv the Rev. J. F. Stab
Mrs. Frank PTitz anil son. Howard,
and daughter, Grace, of MeClellen, and
j Mrs. Brubaker. of Stinburv. were enter
j taiued at tlhe home of W. H. Miller on
N. C. Matter and family spent last
Thursday at Harrisburg.
Earl Paul aud family, who' had been
visiting here last week, returned to
their home in Lvkens.
Mr. and Mrs. VV. ri. Miller spent last
Thursday at the capital city.
The Rev. J. F. Stabley will preach
next Sunday morning at Fetterhoff's
Mrs. Bradford, who spent some time
here as the guest of her brother, C. A.
Marsh, returned to hor home in Phila
John Snyder and family and Amos
Speece and family, of Harrisburg, spent
Sunday here at the home of Charles
The Misses Kerstetter, of Eliza,beth
ville, visited their brother, Isaac Ker
stetter, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Himes, of near Dalma
tia, visited at the home of Isaac Ker
Charles Gipple and family, of Har
risburg, visited here over Sunday at the
home of the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Gipple.
Gunners were out early on Monday
morning in search for tihe cottontail.
Mrs. Henry Shadel and son, Irvin,
and friend, of Harrisburg, spent Sun
Heart Trouble Fatal to Infant of Mr.
and Mrs. Loyd
Wiconisco, Nov. 4.—Harry Luxton,
of Minersville, made oalls on Sunday.
Jonas Laust, of Pittsburgh, is visit
ing his sister, Mrs. Donati Santelle.
Mr. and Mrs L. K. Deifcnderfer, ac
companied by the Rev. G. S. and Mrs.
Kerr, motored to Pine Grove Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sauser, of Mi 1 -
lersburg, was in town Saturday even
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Loyd died of heart trouble Sat
Miss Elsie Batdorf has returned from
Charles Watkins, who for some time
has been employed at Pittsburgh, has
The mummers' parade on Halloween
was a great success.
Many Rabllts Being Brought to Town
by Borough Nimrods
Halifax, Nov. <1. —Edward Uair and
family, who resided a short distance
above town, have moved to Fisher
James Nelson and wife visited rela
tives near Oberlin on Suudajr.
Mrs. C. W. Farnsworth and mother,
Mrs. Sarah Pilse, spent Tuesday at
Cornelius Koppenheffer is spending a
few days at Lancaster.
Messrs. Sheasley and Fox, of Ly
kens, called on friends in town on Tues
William Hilbert is spending a few
days on his farm in Snyder county.
Mrs. Joseph Dilliuan and sister, Mrs.
Grace Harper, spent Monday at Harris
Mrs. H. I. Zimmerman and daughter
were in Millcrsburg on Monklay.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Glace, of
Harrisburg. were guests of Harry L
Miller on Sunday.
A large number of rabbits are being
brought to town daily by local nim
WASN'T AREBUKETO WILSON
Just a Natural Occurrence That Ono
May Expect at This Time,
Says Speaker Clark
By Associated Pi cas.
Bowling Green, Mo., Nov. 4. —Champ
Clark, Speaker of tho Natiouftl House
of Representatives, commenting to-day
on tho Republican victories in a major
ity of 'the States in which elections
were held yesterday, said the vote was
not a rebuke to tlhe Wilson administra
tion but "just one that could happen
during these days of IXiropean war."
"The result at the polls throughout
the country," said the Speaker, was. a
great surprise to me. But the defeat of
a great number of Democratic Senators
and Congressmen is not a rebuke to the
policies of President Wilson. No, it is
just a natural occurrence, one bilat
might happen during these days of gen
| oral niixup. The European war may
have had something to do with it."
1 When told that the Democratic ma
] jority in the House was reduced by a
1 nig margin, the Speaker, who was re
elected by about 6,000 plurality, said
that he felt certain when the result had
been decided definitely the Democratic
party still would have a safe working
"The reuniting of the Republican ami-
Progressive forces in many districts
and the inability of Democratic legis
lators because of the long session of
OongTess to properly canvass their dis
tricts, naturally permitted the voters to
drift back to old party lines and tho
Republican victories are the result."
Kreider Brings Annville Band
Shortly 'before midnight Congressman
Kreider, having had a lot of rejoicing
at his Annville home, came to Harris
burg w'ith the Annville band in a big
auto-truck, followed by twelve automo
biles containing Lebanon county friends.
They joined in the parade in th« Jlar
risburg streets ami at 1.30 started for
Lebanon to help the Republicans of tnac
city rejoice over their victory.
KREIDER'S LEBANON LEAI> 2.000
Republican for Congress Has Walkover
in Neighboring County
(Special to the Star-Independent.)
Lebanon, Pa., Nov. 4. —With the un
official returns ail in from the forty
voting districts of Lebanon county,
Brumbaugh, Penrose, and the entire
straight Republican state and county
ticket has won by at least 1,500 ma
A. 8. Kreider, re-elected to Congress,
had a walkover in Lebanon county. He
has carried nearly every district by big
majorities. In many districts his vote
is greater than tho combined vote of
D. L. Kaufman and Dr. Kreider. He
may have 2,000 majority. Dr. I. K.
Ullrich, Annville, and A. A. Weimer,
Lebanon, Republicans, win in the Leg»
islature contest by 1,500 or 1,800 ma
For Supreme Court Judge, Kunkel
wins over Frazer by 2,500 or more.
Judge Trexler has a big majority over
Clark for Superior Court.
Democrats Win in Michigan
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 4.—lt was prac
tically conceded, oven by Republicans
to-dav, that Wooclbridge N. Ferris, Dem
ocrat. has been re-elected Governor of
Michigan by a majority variously esti
mated at from 15,000 to 30,000. For
mer Governor Chase S. Osborn, who ran
against Ferris, was the only Republican
defeated on the State ticket. Repub
licans, on the face otf the returns this
morning, own in every Congressional
district except tihe First and Second, at
the same time defeating Michigan's two
Progressive Congressmen who sought re
election. The Second district was still
in doubt early to-day.
Gain Six Congressmen in Jersey
Trenton, N. J., Nov. 4.—Returns to
day indicate that William E. Tuttle, Jr.,
Democrat, (has been defeated in the
Fifth New Jersey Congressional district
by John H. Caps-tick, Republican. With
Tuttle defeated, the New Jersey dele
gation in Congress will stand eight Re
publicans ami four Democrats, a Repub
lican gain of -:ix seats. Revised returns
give the Republicans control of both
houses otf the next Legislature.
Dinner in Honor of the 77th Birthday
of Hiram Hochlander
Dauphin, Nov. 4.—.Miss Hulda Hoch
lander entertained at dinner at her
home in Zionvillo on Sunday in honor
of her brother, Hiram Hochlander's
77th 'birth-day anniversary. The guests
were Thomas Evetts, president of
the National Independent Oil Co., Har
riaburg; Mrs. Thomas Evetts and son,
Thomas, of HarriSburg; Mrs. Irvin
Koons and daughter, 'Mildred, of Pen
brook; Mr. and Mrs. John Lebo, Mrs.
Charles Lebo and son, Jo>hn; Abraham
Young, of Atlantic City: William Hoch
lander, Sr., David Hickernell, Kugene
Garman. Isaac Ijebo, Millard and
Philadelphia Produce Market
Philadelphia, Nov. 4. —Wheat Arm;
No. 2 red spot, export, lll'i@115H; No.
1 northern, Duluth export, 12f>Vsifj>
Corn higher; No. 2 yellow, local, 84
Oats higher; No. 2 white, 54
Bran llrm; winter, per ton, $24.00®
24.50; spring. email@example.com.
Refined sugars weak; powdered, 5.40;
line granulated, 5.30; Confectioners' A,
Butter steady; western creamery, ex
tra, "4; nearby prints, fancy, 37.
Eggs steady; nearby firsts, free case,
>9.60; do., current receipts, free ease.
J8.firstname.lastname@example.org; western extra, firsts, free
tase, 9.60; western extra, firsts, free
Live poultry steady; fowls, CIS/15;
old roosters, 11@12; chickens, 12@15;
lucks, 13@14; geese, 13@14.
Drosned poultry lower; turkeys, fan
cy. 22®.'2"; ordinary, 18(h) 20; fowls,
heavy, tU(fe. 17; average receipts, 14@15;
small, old roosters, 12.
Flour steady; winter straight, 5.00@
5.25; spring straight, 5 email@example.com; do.,
Hay was ilrin; timothy. No. 1, large
Bales. 18.50(0119; No. 1 medium bales,
18.50@ 19; No. 2. 1717.50; No. 3, 14.50®
15.50; clover mixed, light mixed, 17.500
18; No. 1, 16(9)17; No. 2, ll@ls.
Potatoes firmer; Perina., per bushel,
58@63; New York, 45@00; Jersey, per
Chicago Livastock Msurket
Chicago, Nov. 4.—Hogs—lteceipts,
27,000; steady. Bulk, 7.20®7.45; light,
".0044 7.50; mixed, 7.05;@7.55; heavy,
firstname.lastname@example.org; rough, email@example.com; pigs. 3.75®
Cattle— Reveipts 20,000; dull. Beeves,
6,40@ 10.85; steers, (i.00(0)7.00; no west
erns; stockers and feeders, none sell
ing; cows and heifers, 3.60 @9.25;
Sheep—ltccelp-ts 18,000; steady. Sheep,
firstname.lastname@example.org; yearlings, email@example.com; lambs,
Incomplete Returns Show That Eleven
Democrats and Ten Republicans
Are Successful Thus Far
New York, Nov. 4.—lncomplete re
turns from the twenty-nine States
where gubernatoi iai elections were
held showed to-day that eleven Demo
crats and ten Republicans had been
elected and that in seven States tbo
result was apparently undetermined.
In these seven States the Republican
candidates were leading in fivef and
the Democrats in two. California, ap
parently, had re-elected Governor Hi
ram Johnson, Progressive. Of these
twenty-nine States, sixteen at the
present time have Democratic Utov
ernors, eleven Republican Governors
and two Progressive Governors.
States electing Democratic Govern
ors were: Alabama, Arizona, Georgia,
M&ssachusetts, Minnesota, Michigan,
Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina,
Tennessee and Texas. Republican Gov
ernors were elected in Connecticut,
lowa, New Hampshire, New York,
North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island, Vermont and Wisconsin.
In Colorado, Kansas, Nevada, Ore
gon and South Dakota, the Republican
candidates were leading in early re
turns. In Idnho, the Democratic can
didate was leading and in Wyoming
the Democratic and Progressive candi
N'ctv York, New Hampshire, Con
necticut, Colorado and Ohio elected
Republicans to succeed Democrats;
Minnesota and Tennessee chose Demo
crats to succeed Republicans.
Senator Crow Wins Re-election
Uniontown, Pa., Nov. 4. —The Dem
ocrats of Fayette county, conceded the
election of Senator W. K. Crow, by
1,500. The He|)ublicans claim tho
county by a majority of 3,000, Son
ator Crow claims a majority of 2,500.
Republicans Gain in Massachusetts
Boston, Nov. 4. —The Republicans ,-e
--gained control of the Massachusetts
delegation to Washington in yesterday '*
election and although failing to secure
the governorship by 10,000 votes,
through the re election of 'governor
David I. Walsh, Democrat, the party
elected its candidate for Lieutenant
Governor and has a good chance for
four other State offices when the littlo
towns report. The Republicans also are
again in the ascendancy in both brandi
es of the Legislature by strong majori
ties. The Massachusetts delegation 1o
the Sixty-fourth Congress will stand
twelve Republicans and four Democrats,
compared with eight Republicans aad
eight Democrats at the present time.
The contest in the Fourteenth Congress
ional district, where Richard Olney, 2d,
Democrat, was elected, was very close
and a recount might alter the situation.
T'hc Progressive vote dropped from
128,000, shown for Bird for Governor
last year to less than 35,000 for Walk
er. The voto complete was: Governor:
Walsh, 205,559; McCall, 195,343;
Illinois Senatorsliip In Doubt
Chicago, Nov, 4. —Returns up to
9.30 o'clock this morning give Sulli
van, Democrat, for Senator. 55,000
plurality in .Cook county where the
count is practically complete aud 1,401
precincts outside Cook give
Sherman a plurality of 35,905. If
this ratio is sustained by the Sherman
vote, Sherman will come into Cook
county with a net plurality of 14,000'
votes. Democrats, however, declare it
will not be maintained.
Cox Beaten in Ohio
Columbus, 0., Nov. 4.—Governor
.Tas. M. Cox. Democrat, at 9.20 o'clock
to-day conceded his own defeat at the
polls yesterday and sent a telegram of
congratulation* to Frank B. Wills, Re
publican, who will succeed him in of
McCormick Leads In Lackawanna
Scranton, Pa., Nov. 4. —With only
four districts missing Laekawann'a
county gave Palmer 9,500; Pinchot 6.-
159; Penrose, 1 1,888.
For Governor—McCormick, 13,082;
Farr, < R.), is re-elected to Congretf?*
by 3,000, and Lynch, (R.), is elected
Senator by 2,500.
Luxemberger, Democrat, was elected
in the First Legislative District; Daw
son,. (R.), in the Second; Ehrhardt,
(R.), In the Third; llaggerty, (R.), in
the Fourth, and Davis, (R.), in the
Sixth. Jones, (R.), leads Mannion,
(D.), in the Seventh but the complete
returns may reverse this apparent re
Women Win Suffrage in Montana
Chicago, Nov. 4. —The woman suf
frage amendment in Montana has car
ried by a "safe majority" according
to a telegram received ' here shortly
before noon to-day by Mrs. Medill Mc-
Cormick, chairman of the Congression
Arizona Wins Dry Column
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 4.—Arizona
went dry in the election yesterday.
Democratic; officeholders were re-elect
ed including U. 8. Senator Mark-
Smith. Governor Hunt was- re-elected
over Ralph Cameron, Republican.
Cannon, Like the Cat. Comas Back
Danville, 111., Nov, 4.—Joseph 8.
Cannon, carried the Eighteenth Illi
nois district by approximately 1,506,
Close Fight in Jefferson
Brookville, Pa., Nov. 4.—Brosius,
Republican, is elected to the Legisla
ture. The fight for the second man in
the Legislature is very close between
Wilson, Republican, and Zetler, Prog,
Returns Against Woman Suffrage
Omaha, Xpb., Nov. 4.—On the suf
frage amendment in 13 7 out of' 1,050
precincts in the State give for
and 10,448 against. These include 8*
precincts in Omaha, which gave a ma
jority of 1,019 against the amendment.
Fletcher Confirms German Sea Victor?
Washington, Nov. 4.—American M IP«
ister Fletcher at Santiago, Chile, to-day
reported the German naval victory off
Coronet, Ohile, and the arrival of thren
German warships at Valparaiso. The
damaged Good Hope is reported as hav
ing escaped with the Glasgow and
Turks Are Seizing Shipping
London, Nov. 4, 1.30 P M.—The
Turkish authorities, according to a
Reuter's Telegram dispatch from Con
stantinople via Sofia, have begun to
Beize the shipping lying off Constanti
nople. The Porte aiso has ordered the
extinction of the lighthouses in the