The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, February 04, 1915, Page 13, Image 13
& N 1 The Star-Independent Gives Away 2 Orpheum Tickets Daily | The Name of the Person to Whom They Will Be Awarded To-day Is Somewhere Among the Classified Ads On This Page Perhaps you are the lucky person. Look until you find out. If you sfet the tickets please call for them before 8 o'clock to-morrow evening or they will be forfeited. (These names are drawn from the Directory by a blindfolded girl.) |j ,v ' =g= * ' N Miscellaneous ■ . i - FURNITUEE PACKING W. J. WENKIOH. 339 Hamilton street — Furniture, china and piano packing. Shipments' looked after at both ends. Also all kinds of hauling. Hell phone j PACKING—A. H. SHRENK. 1906 North ; Sixth -street, iirst class packer of fur niture, china and brlcabrac. Bell phone 3 JJ\\. OLD GOLD AND SILVER OL.D UOL.D AND SiLVKR watches, dia monds and jewelry bought for high- : est cash prices. JOS. L>. BRENNER, No. j IX. Third St. Bell phonc_l:.'74L. " STORAGE _ STORAGE in 3-story brick building. * rear 408 Market St. Household goods in clean, private rooms. Reasonable , rates. Apply to P. O. DIEXEK, Jeweler, ; «0S Market St. | HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two j new eight-story brick warehouses, one absolutely tireproof. divided into fireproof private rooms of various : si<:es for the storage of household ! goods; the other warehouse of the most approved type of tire retardant con- 1 btruetiou for general merchandise. They are equipped with two large electric j Height elevators and spiral chute for the quick and safe handling of house hold goods and all kinds of merchan dise. Juow storage rates. South Second street, near Paxton, on the tracks of I'enna. K. It. PIANO MOVING PIANO moving by experts. WINTER ' PIANO CO.. 23 N. Fourth St. Call' 14 6. Bell phone. WANTED TO BUY WANTED—To buy a blue white dia mond between l's and carats.! Spot cash. Address 3453, care Star-In- j dependent. ' | WANTED —To buy a good breed Scotch | collie pup; must not oe over si\ weeks old: give price, etc. Address 3153, care Star-independent. MONEY TO LOAN MOST MONEY LOANED —On Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry, Firearms, Musical Instruments. Highest cash prices for old gold and silver. Repairing a spe . laity. CITY LOAN OFFICE. 11l M.ir ket street. LOANS—S:> to 5200 for honest working people without bank credit at less , than legal rates: payable in install ments to suit borrowers' convenience, CO-OPERATIVE Loan anu investment Co.. Jul Clustnut St. ALL KINDS OP HAULING ALL kinds of hauling; large two-ton trU'k: furniture, pianos, freight, in the city and suburbs. Prices reason* 1 able. Picnic and pleasure trips, day of" evening. WM. 11. DARE, 1453 Vernon Business Opportunities BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. A GOOD investment for a party with j 4 Ad dress G., 34«"»4, care Star-Independent. A LOCA.I.# manufacturing plant doing:! good business desires to extend its j business. Offers an exceptional oppor- | t unity to il tors of from SIOO to *SOO. j Will bear investigation. Address In vestment, P. O. Box 59. Harrisburg, Pa. \ ' > Legal NOTICK— Letters of administration tes- j tamentary on the estate of I*eah : Giede. late of Harrisburg. Dauphin j i county. Pa., dece.tsed, having been I granted to the undersigned, residing in i Harrisburg. Pa., all persons indebted ; to saifl estate are requested to make | immediate payment, and those having claims will present them for settlement. ! GEORGE \V. (}TICI>E, | Administrator. 1612 Green St. i AxECI TOU S XOTlCE—Letters testa- ! vnentary upon the estate of Eimina | Darby, late of the City of Harrisburg, . I'auphln County, Pa., deceased, testate,, having been granted unto the under- : signed by the Register of Wills of said County, all persons indebted thereto) :irc requested to make prompt payment j ; nd those having claims against the same to present them without delay to ' W. J\ DARBY. Steelton, Pa. NOTlCE—Letters of administration testamentary on the estate of Alex ander McAlicher, late of Harrisburg. Dauphin county. Pa., deceased, having b-eh granted to the undersigned, re siding in Harrisburg, all persons in ilebted to said estate are requested to j make immediate, payment, and those having claims will present them for , settlement. C. K. M'ALICHBR. 2124 Penn St., SHERMAN* G. M ALICHKR, 633 Dauphin St., Executors. FOR SALE " AT PAXTANG 24-story brick house with seven rooms bath and steam heat. (Built in 1911.) cemented cellar—gas and elec tricity—B ft. front porch—ft. side por h and bark storm porch. Ci'.jken house —shade and fruit trees. ' * This house is beautifully located on Rutherford street, near Kelso— two squares from trolley. liOT Goxl2o FT. I After a careful Inspection we rec ommend this property as a good value at the price, 9-1200 MILLER BROTHERS & CO. REAL ESTATE Fire Innurance Surety t*on<tft Locu«t nn<l Tonrt Street* f Real Estate r REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. GROCERY STORtrfor sale; stock at in- ! ventory and fixtures at reduced price, i Cornej: property, good location, not pre viouslv offered, ilet particulars at once. , Bi'.'Ll. REALTY CO.. Ilergner Building. BUSINESS PROPKRTT on Cameron, I street for sale at a very attractive . price; corner property: lor 2!xl00; sta- I ble on rear of lot. BELL REALTY CO., Bergner Building. ' BARGAINS—I 324 Walnut. »4.?00—34 N". . 17th. 14.-00 —-31 X. 14th. $-,700 —2038 Susquehanna, $:'S30 —1233'j Bailey. $1«00—i40 X. 15th. S3SOO--1350 North. S2IOO. IRWIN il. CASSKI.L Real Es | tate and Insurance, 1414 Regina St. ! FOR SALE—Lots at Penbrook, 30x130; j prices SIOO each ami up to close them ; , out quick. Also for sale, one frame I house, centrally located, in the city; i si\ rooms, bath and attic: hot air fur- I nace, price $-.100. For terms apply to ' S. ]I.\LI>KMAX & CO., Carpenters and : Builders. X. Sixth street. J.,v work i promptly attended to. By calling Bell i phone 3H22J3. | i in ■ i > REAL ESTATE FOR RENT I FOR RENT—I 422 Regina St.; all im- ' provements, front and back potches; ! electric lights, large yard, inducting chicken house in rear; rent $22. Apply ort premises. | FOR• REXT —Eight-room frame dwell ing. l')3!> llerr St., rent $12.00. Pos session at once. Inquire MEHRIXG, 1'»42 iierr St., ur B#U phone 1463 R. DESIRABLE houses and apartments for rent in all parts of city. Reasonable rent and good locations. Inquire of I HARVEY T. SMITH. 204 South Thir- I teenth St. Bell phone 24SL. | FOR RENT—Houses with all improve ments. at moderate rentals. J. E. ' , GIPPLE. 1251 Market St. j FOR RENT —All improve ments — IGI4 Catherine, $16.00 330 S. Eighteenth, .. .$18.50 Apply Kulin & Ilershey, 18 South Third street. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. POR RENT—New furnished front rooms facing Capitol Park; stationary wash stands, hot and cold running: water, electric light in each room; also use of phone and large bath. Apply 410 North street. j APARTMENTS FOR RENT ; FOR REN'j^—Apartments at southeast I corner Fourth and Peffer streets. All : j conveniences at reasonable rent. Out- ' side porch. Apply B. F. FMBERGER. ■ 10S N. Second St., or 427 Peffer St. 107 SOUTH FRONT STREET—Second floor housekeeping apartments; large rooms with kitchenettes and baths; modern improvements; electric lights; i gas; city steam; janitor service. Apply j • at above address. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT . HOUSES FOR REXT and 2ii-storyS dwelling houses for sale. Elder Real I Estate Co.. 24th and l>eny Sts. | FURNISHED APARTMENTS McDANIELS FAMILY APARTMENTS— Floor of two or four rooms, furnish ed complete for housekeeping: coal or i gas range; large back porch; bath, ! j closet, bells and letter boxes. Refer ences. Call 1417 Market St. Bell phone ! SS7J. / 1 ROOMS FOR RENT . FOR RENT—Two private eommunicat | iner seconjl story rooms, facing Green street on side: large balcony; heat, gas. I etc. Possession at once. Rent reason able. Apply to A. U KRIEG, ISOO Green street. j ' > Sale and Exchange FOE SALE BAKERY FOR SALE—Good location; good business; if interested apply P. O. Box 137, New Cumberland, Pa. FOR SALE—Ford delivery car, in good condition; excellent reasons for sell ing. Apply KISSINGER, Fourth and Woodbine tits. ONE horizontal 15-H. P. steam engine; one vertical 12-11. P. steam engine; one 3't-H. P. gas engine. These are sec ond hand engines, in good repair. Ad dress or call 515 Seneca St. t. W. 11. rA\(■ I,FT/, I.umber—We are overstocked with all kinds and grades of lumber and we can offer you big bargains. It will pay you to see up. Office Cameron and Mulberry Sts. FOR SALE —Max well,delivered in A N<7. 1 condition used only a few times as delivery. Call 1316 Swatara Street, liarristmrg. Pa. FOR SAI.E —S. C. Brown Leghorns— -100 chicks. $10.00; 50 chicks, $5.50; 25 chicks, $3.00;" eggs, SI.OO per setting, also one tine S. C. Brown Leghorn cockerel, $2.00. Custom hatching, 5c per chick or $3.00 per 100 eggs. Orders jC. O. D.; all thorough stock. A. S. i FINGER, 2529 ti. Third St., Steelton. - ' FOR SALE Moving picture theatre. Owner cannot give sufficient time to 1 management. Address, 3151 care Star \ Independent. FOR SALE—At GABLE S, 111-117 South •Second St.; Red Tip, Ring Point, Bliz zard, Rowe Junior. Can't Slip, Giant Grip and Always Sharp Calks. FOR SALE—At~GA BUS'S, 111-117 South Second St., 5,000 sets new Sash, Bxlo xl 2 L, primed and glazed, at $1.15 per *et. Also other sizes. Germany's "Flower City" Erfurt is appropirately called the ' •' Blumenstadt," or Flower City, of Ger | many. Almost 3 per cent, of the popu j lation is engaged in commercial liorti | culture. While vegetables and flowers i for sale are grown on a large scale, ! of much vaster proportions is the busi j ness in flower and vegetable seed. The ! larger Erfurt seed firms ship to almost j all parts of the civilized world. —Argo | naut. HABRISBfTRO STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 4, 1935. ! _l Wants HELP WANTED—MALE ARMY OF UNITED STATES. MEN WANTED? Ablebodied unmarried I men between age of IS and 35; citixens of Cnlted States, of good character and temperate habits, WHO can speak, read | . and write the English language. For information apply to Recruiting"Officer, • | Bergner Building. 3d v<i Market sts.. Ma risburg. 4> X Queen St.. Lancaster, i 333 Pine St., Willianisport, 37 \V. Mar ket St., York, or 113 Independence St.. ! .-hamokin. i'u. j AUTO transportation school wants men to become practical chauffeurs and . earn $75 to slou per month. We give a I thorough course in crude and practical work for $35.00. No. si N. Cameron; Helj phone 1710. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE. MlDl>l,k-Aisl-:i> niarrl-d man wishes position of any kind, inside or out; not afraid of work and can furnish ; good reference. Address 30:..5. Ifiver | ; avenue. i ! WANTED —Young man wishes work of J any kind, driving team or shipping clerk preferred. Good reference. G. B. IK„ 2118 Turner Ave. 1 WANTED—Middie-agsd man wishes po sition as bread and cake baker, in town or out. Address W. D., 341 11am , ilton St. WANTED—Experienced barber: first class young man wishes good steady , poai lion. Apply IQIB N. Seventh St. WANTED—Jos. B. Pollock, l«0n Hunter! to whom two reserved tickets j were awarded to-day, good for tne | evening performance. February S, lDli. Call for them at Star-IndepeudeiU oi iloe before 8 I*. M.. February o, lJ»io, or : they will be forfeited. j t KXPBRIENCED correspondent, male, desires position; best references. Ad dress 71S Capital St., City. A YOUNG MAN woulfl like to have a position of any kind; honest and ! does not use tobacco in any way. Call ♦ or address to U7u Herman Ave., L.e rnoyne. Box 81>. 1 MAN, 28 years of age, wishes position in grocery store, can give best ot reterence. Call or address G. N., 3-1 Klver avenue. ' YOUNG~MAN, IS years old, would like to have position With traveling sales man, or helper. Address 614 Delaware avenue. ____ HELP WANTED—FEMALE. \VANTEI>-Young '.ad\ to r office work; one having previous < xpcrience pre ferred; give age. salary exp.-vtcd ami place where formerly employed. Ad dress U. f No. 3JSS, care Star-independ ent. WANTED—A woman foi general work. Apply Maple Grove Hotel, Sixth and Maclay streets. WANT 10L)—A white girl for general housework; three in family. Apply, 107 Reily street. WANTED Good girl for general housework, must understand cook ing one wlio desires a good home and fair treatment. Address wita rcleieiice, 3150, care Star-Independent. DO YOU WANT to be a Stenographer ? If you do, buy tuition from an EX PERT IN GRhGG SHORTHAND—one who knows what me student needs,'and how to give a thorough training in a short time. Tuition charged for seven months only, free Triai. Bell VO4H. Call. Harnsburg shorthand School, 41 ii. Second St. SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. I WANTED—Young lady wishes mater | nity nursing. Apply 100S Hewyhill J street. I WANTED—Position as housekeeper for widower. | Apply 811 Jamea Ave. . WANTED—By a settled colored woman, | a position as cook in private family or boarding house; stay nights or sleep I home; no washing. Address 1327 N. ; Fourth St., City. WANTED—By an experienced colored woman, cooking or general hpuse j work or work of all kinds by weak or , day; can give tirst cluss reference, HIS i N. Fourth St. i A COLORED WOMAN wants a place as 1 general housework or chambermaid. | Call at 1228 North Seventh St. | LADY' wishes day work or office i cleaning. Call or address Hl7 Ver non street, city. I NEAT young colored girl way Id like general housework; no washing; can furnish good reference at last place em ployed in city. Address 54S Cameron : St., Middletown, Pa. | YOUNG WHITE WOMAN desires house -1 work three days per week, inquire 462 South Sevond St., Sleelton, pa. A GERMAN LADY wants day work, j Apply 1011 Berryhill St. j WANTED—Neat colored girl desires po ■ sition as chambermaid, or general j housework; no washing or ironing. Call i or address 111 Linden St.. City. ■ WANTED—A colored woman desires a place for cooking in boarding house. ' 34 7 Reily street. > Lost and Found , FOUND. FOUND—A place without trying. Care ful cleaning, best of dyeing. Where? At Eggert's Steam Dyeing and French cleaning Works, 124* Market St. Call , 11 and deliver LOST. LOST—Ladles' gold watch, black fob and Knights of Columbus charm. Re ward if returned to 23 8. Seventeenth street. LOST—On Carlisle car leaving Market Square at 1 p. m.. February 2, a belt pin with initials S. J. W. If found please return to 2132 Moore St., Harris burg. and receive reward. MRS. W. H. WA liLACE. Harnsburg Hospital The Harrisburg Hospital is /open daily except Sunday, between 1 and 2 o'clock p. m. for dispensing medical advice and prescriptions tofthose un able to pay for them. f JOSIE HEATHER WH . | ' MAPSHALL'S SONGS ATORPHEUM i ■! •^,7 > pp- - i . : t ; " - • ' ■—■— •losie Heather. at the Orpht-uin this week, is proving one of ttic most popular singers that has tripped before the footlights this season. Miss Heather 1 is winsome, clover and look? lv autifnl in her many changes of exquisite gowns. ! Henrv Marshall, who accompanies her at the piano, is a clever entertainer also, and incidentally he is the composer of every song in the act. Some of their numbers include "The Five Fifteen," "The Same Dress My Mother 1 sed to Wear," a Scotch lyric, "Make I'p Your Mind, Maggie McKonzie," "He Nice," and a couple others. —Adv.* APARTMENTS ' Suites of 2 Rooms and Bath IN THE Reynard, 208 N. Third Street , Large, light, airy, and comfortable rooms. Steam heat and constant hot and cold water sup plied. Hardwood floors; electric light; wired for tele phone service. TILED BATHROQMS. Ready About February 1, 1915 APPLY TO >■ Commonwealth Trust Company, 223 Market Streat Harrisburg, Pa. ■V . t t t I N * Desirable offices in the Union Trust Building. Apply Union Trust Co. I H FOR SALE Tlie four-story brick dwelling I house No. 109 S. Sccouil Street, Ilarrisburg, Ha., fronting twenty-six ' feet on Second Street, and extending in depth ninety-five feet to an alley; first floor now occupied as n whole sale liquor store. Title perfect. FBKDEBICK M. OTT, Executor of Mary E. Winters, De ceased, 222 Market Street, Uar risburg. Pa. v > FOR S ALE A knitting factory, all Improve ments: electric power; two-story frame. steam heat, well lighted; equipped with the latest knitting and sewing machinery. Possession given at once. We will rent if party would be interested in tiie manu facturing oT ladies' garment*. information Wanted—(.'all Bell phone H, £ieelton. Pa., or M. R. ALLEMAN 140 ,\. I'lt <1 XT MHlitr STBKVrOX, PA. MBEBI 1 Tho First Express The express business was started by William F. Harndeu, of Boston. In 1838 he contracted with the Bostou and Worcester railroau for this carriage of packages over its line. In the fol lowing year he arranged for a service between New York and Boston four times a week. He himself was the messenger and he carried his |>ackages at first in a small hand bag, afterward in a stout trunk. f !' FOR SALE ISOS firern St., 3-story brick. 1923 X. Second St., 3-story brick. 1 (J I 6 Swatara St., 3-story frame. j IS" X. Fifteenth St., 3-story brick. 260 Delaware Ave., 2-story brick. 1924 Briggs St., 3-story frame. CAMP HILL Long St., frame dwelling and 2 acres of ground, all kinds of fruit. Long St., frame dwelling and 1 acre of ground, all kinds of fruit. H. M. BIRD, UNION TBUST BUILDING i THE NEXT OLYMPIC GAMES They May, Through the War's Influ ence, Be Held In This Country. Tim possible effect of tile gigantic ! conflict in Europe on international sporting events for some years to come offers no more interesting speculation than the future of the Olympic games Even though three emperors, as man; kings and one president should cease before the-snow flies to play millions of men like so many pawns, no treaty of peace will be strong enough to heal racial rancor at once. Berlin may yet be In a position to ; adhere to her program of being the ! scene of the 1910 games, but how nboul British, French, Russian and Belgian athletes caring to meet German and Austrian competitors there? In the same sense if to a somewhat let's de gree the objection woukl apply to the i Stockholm of the neutral Swedes, which seems to be willing again to hold the games provided the other na tlons are agreeable. Notwithstanding thp geographical disadvantage to the majority of the contestants one of the cities' of the i United States east of the Mississippi i would *»e a better alternative than ; Stockholm.— London Sport. Art Treaeuree For the Louvre. The will of Baron Basile der Schlich tlng. one of the notal#e Russinif resi dents of Paris, who died recently, leaves his magnificent collection of paintings. bronz«s and sculptures, val ned at $20,000,006. to the Louvre. Among his oh'cets of art are 114 snuff boxes for which the late J. Plerpont Morgan is said to have offered $2,000.- 000. One of Uiese boxes, painted by Fragonard, is talued at SIOO,OOO. | FINANCE MftRKEI RECEIVES SETBACK | ON OFFERINGS OF PACIFICS i j Recessions of One to Two Points in ■ Canadian and Southern—American ! Sugar Weak and Industrials i Dropped 3'i Points By Associateil Press. ) New Vcrrk, Feb. 4.—Wall Street— [ .Stocks .dieplayed general firmness at to l day's opening, despite the lower range ! reported !>> 'London. All the leaders i 1 opened at slight advances which were I soon increased. The feature was 'Beth j lenem Steel, which rose with gains of almost as much in the special group. 'High grade railway 9 Ira res seemed to bo in moderate demand and I'. S. Steel moved up almost apoint. National 'Ris : cj'.t and American Sugar were excep | ' tions to the higher, trend and United I flutes realty, which has been con ' spicuom-lv weak, deeilned seven points I J to 41. a point over its minimum. The market received a decided set ! back in the first hour on offerings of Canadian Pat'ilie and Southern Pacific canning recessions of 1 to - (mints. Temu< inry cessation of this movement ' pnrt.wlly restored the | rice level with further gains in motor shares and o>ther specialties subject to 00l manipulation. Toward midday, however. more liquida j tion and lower pfTces were encountered. 'American Sugar wna weak and the in dustrials selling oil' 3*# points in bonds j were steady. LIVE STOCK PRICES Philadelphia, Feb. 4.—Conditions for three days ending Wednesday even ing, February 3: Beef Cattle—Trade was moving along rather slowly and was somewhat ; disappointing. There was no material 1 change in values, and offerings eon i sisted ot' Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia cattle. Cows closed inac tive, with the best calves firmer. Quo tations: Steers —Kxtras, higher; aver age best. $5.60a5.75; choice, s!>.4oa 8..">0; good, $N.2Ua8.30; medium,' $Sa S. 10; common, s7.r>t)a7.7o; bulls, sr>ati.2s; fat cows, s4.»flar>.7s; thiin cows, $2.75a4.50; milch cows, common to choice, $45»70; extra, SSO: veal calves, exceptional lots, $11%11.50; good to choice, $10al0.50; medium. $8 a 9; common, s6a7; Southlands iuid barnyards, sja7. Sheep and 1 jambs—The top of tihs market valued a fraction stronger, while inquiry was ordinary. Quotations: Sheep— Wethers, extra $6.25a6.75 ( hoico «. 5..>0at>.00 Medium 4.50a5.00 j Common 3.00a3.f>0 Kwes, heavy, fat j.1iia5.73 Lambs — Kxtra . so.2i>a9.i»o | Good to choice S.iiOaft.OO Medium 5.00a8.2"> Common fi.00a6.50 Hogs—An uusettled situation pre vailing on account of rigid inspections |an 1 quarantining, reliable prices are i no', given. Quotations: nominal. City-dressed Stock —Kvery descrip tion of strictly choice and prime meat ! closed steady, but demand was very 'moderate. Quotations: Steers, lQVfea 15c.; heifers, 10al3'/se.; cows, Sal2e.; veal calves, 15a16c.; extra calves, 17c.; Southerns and barnyards, 10a12c.; country dressed, 13a14c.; extra, ltic. Philadelphia Produce Market Philadelphia, Feb. (.—Wheat higher; i No. 2 red export, lSltr 166: No. 1 north ern, Dulutli export, 1699(174. I Corn firmer; No. 2 Si>ot, export. 82® 83. Oat* steady; No. 3 white. 644 ft 65. Bran firm; winter, per ton, $29.50® ) 30.00; spring, 525.50®29.00. Refined sugars advanced ten points; powdered, 5.15; Hne granulated. 5.33; Confectioners' A. 5.25. I Butter tirm: wi stern creamery, ex i tra. 34; nearby prints, fancy, 37. 1 Kggs lower; nearby firsts, free rase, ; 8.70; current receipts, free case, 8.404/' ' 5.55: western extra firsts, free case, 8.70; j firsts, free case. 8.40 (a 5.55. I Live poultry higher; fowls, 15® 17; old roosters, 11# 12; chickens, 16® 17; ducks, 164; 17; geese. 15® 17. Dressed poultry steady; turkeys, fan cy, 22c; do., fair to good. 18©20; fowls, heavy, 18<4®19>4; average, 16<ji 18; small, 18014; old roosters, 14; broiling chickens, nearby, 18®23; western. 14® 22; roasting, 17®19; ducks, 12®13; geese, 10® 14. Potatoes steady; Pennsylvania, per bushel, B.'i®6s: New York, 45®50; Jer sey. per basket. 30®3&. Flour strong; winter straight, fi.so® 6.75; spring straight, 6.75®6.»0; spring I patent, 6.60®7.15. Hay steady; No. 1 large bales, 18.50® 19.00; Mo. 1 medium bales, 18.50® 19.00; No. 2 do., 17.00® 18.00; No. 3 do.. 14.60® 15.50. Clover mixed, light, 17.50JiM8.00; No. 1 do., 16.50® 17.00; No. 2. email@example.com Chicago Live Market Chicago, Keb. 4. Hogs—Receipts, 24,000; slow. Bulk, 7.10®7.20; light. 6.85®7.£0; mixed, 6 85®7.25; heavy, 6.75 ®7.25; rough, 6.75®6.85; pigs, 5.60®6.75. Cattle—Receipts, 4.000; weak. Native steers, 5.80(fi9.30; western, 5.25®7.70; cows and heifers, 3.20®8.25; calves, 8.25 ® 12.00. Sheep—Receipts. 9,000; slow. Sheep, 6.25®7.10; yearlings, 7.40®5,26; lambs, 7.65® 9.30. Haisey & Co. Issue Income Tax Booklet An attractive ''lncome Tax Record IBook," suitable for the tabulation of alt items of income, exempt or lias been prepared by N. W. (Haisey & Co., 49 Wall street, New York City. 'Phis book is now being distributed gratis to income tax payers throughout the country. Harrisburg Hospital The Harrisburg Hospital is open daily except Sunday, between 1 and 2 o'clock p. m. for dispensing medical advice aud prescriptions to those un able to pay for them. IT PAYS TO USE STAR INDEPENDENT WANT ADS. 13 I.S.WARITFOR HMD Werner Horn Arrested by Authorities on Charge of Defac ing Buildings * — MOVE TO AVOID COMPLICATIONS Prisoner Will Be Given Hearing Late ' This Afternoon and Probably Sur rendered By the State to Foderal Jurisdiction I Vanceboro, Me., Feb. 4.—Werner Horn, who attempted to blow up tliu International bridge over the St. Croix river, was arrested to-day on a warrant issued by a local trial judge, charging him with defacing and injuring build- j uj»s in Vanceboro. The injury to the buildings was caused by the shock ot the explosion when Horn exploded a charge of dynamite under the briilge. This move was m ule to avoid pos sible complications in further detaining the dynamiter without a formal charge having been made against him. Deputy Sheriff Ross, who took him iuto custody Tuesday morning feared personal liabil ity in the matter and after communicat ing with the office of the State Attor nev General obtained the warrant which was later served to the prisoner. Horn will be given a hearing late i this afternoon. It is expected he will j be surrendered by the State to federal i jurisdiction "and transferred to Bangor , or Portland for a hearing before a fed- I eral commissioner on the application of J the British government for the extradi tion of the prisoner to Canada. VILLA PROdfIIBIS SELF PRESIDENT Coatlnocd h'roin t'trst l*aca» istrativc departments: the foreign af fairs and justice department, in charge of Attorney M. Diaz Lombardo; state- I and communications, General Luis Do | I.a Garza Cardeuus; treasury and in dustry, Attorney Francisco Escudero. General Francisco Villa, in a tele | gram to the Associated Press to day i described the activities of his force against Carrauza troops. The message declared that the. troops neAr San Luis Potosi hail captured more than 30-0 prisoners, three trains and other cquip- I ment. It added that Lieut. Colonels ! Verdure and Orendeain had joined the Villa t'oVceywith a command of four I hundred me\ General Estrada in Jali sco state, was reported active. Passenger/Traffic Restored Vera Cruz, Feb. 4. —Passenger traffic between Vera Cruz and Mexico City was resumed yesterday after an inter ruption of more than three months, i Scores of Mexicans and many Aineri- I cans went to the capital on the first train. Peace Conference Date Changed j San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 4.—The date of the Mexico Peace Conference called here for February 5, has been changed/ to February 8, because of messages re ceived that prominent Mexican leaders were en route from Cuba, California and Spain. Artnro M. Eliaz annouueed to-night that every political faction, every party and every interest in Mex ico, except foreign interests will ( be represented at tjie conference. Lost His Nerve Manv vear« ago a blacksmith near York, En-gland, successfully pea-formed the delicate operation of removing a cataract from an eye on several of his fellow villagers, says the London "Chronicle." The fact became kuown to a doctor in the neighborhood, who so adnjired the blacksmith's skill that •ho provided the means for his cdui'*- tion as an oculist. To tho blacksmith thft removal of the cataract was no more than a mechanical feat, but when lie became acquainted with tho struc ture of the human eye and its amazing delicacy he was ih> overpowered by the rashness of what he had done in igno rance that he lost his norve, and with the fear of knowledge he insisted on reiturning to his aJivil. Little Girl's Guess. Little Girl's mother was reading th< ■paper and came to a personal refer ring to the departure of a young mas for a polytechnic school. "Wonder what polytechnic means?* she said. "Jjook in the dictionary, Lit tie Girl, and see." Bnt Little Girl was busy with a new doll's wardrobe, so she chose to guess "Maybe it's a school where thej train parrots, mamma."—St. Louli Post-Dispatch. Ths Suffrage Convention. The National American Woman Suf frage association convention will b» held in Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 12 to 17. The national body has a membership of sixty branch associations, and this year's meeting Is the forty-eighth an imal convention. The Tennessee Equal Suffrage league is the hosteus.