The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, February 12, 1915, Page 13, Image 14

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    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 qr e t til- ticket * 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.)
Real Estate
HOUSES TOR RENT—623. 635, 639
Schuvlkill St. I'ossession at once.
Apply j. C. MEHRING. 2439 Sixth St.
St.; all conveniences; rent reasonable.
Inquire of H. COHIEN, 202 Market St.
1315 Market—apts S3O and $35
1330 Derry—apts $35.00
13th and Derry—apts. $27.50
1216 Market—Apts $22.50
1146 Derry-—house $22.50
1447 Bcrr.vhill—house $22.50
74 5 S. 19th—house, new $20.50
233t> EUersly—'house, new $18.50
2116 Derry—house SIB.OO
1438 Vernon—house $12.00
JIARVEY' T. SMITH, Real Estate and
Insurance, 201 South Thirteenth St.
Bell phone 248 M.
FOR RENT—Store room. No. 5 Grace
street, two doors from Market street
and P. R. R. depot entrance. Large
show window. Suitable for any busi
STORE, 302 Market street.
2219 N. FOURTH ST.—An ideal, cozy
home, all conveniences; front porch,
stationary hall rack, buffet, mirror doors
clothes closets, etc. Apply CLASTER'S
JEWELKY STORE. 302 Market St.
FOR RENT—Two reservjsd tickets were
awarded to-day to Henry A. Keel,
ISI6 N. Front street, good for the even
ing performance at the Orpheum, Feb
ruary 15, 1915. Call for tickets at
Star-Independent office before 8 p. m.,
February 13, 1915, or they will be for
-138 Dock St $9.00
143 Ann Ave $9.00
1314 Marion St $12.00
528 North St $13.00
512 North »t $13.50
18 Cowden St $14.00
1315 Currant Ave., $14.00
1204 Capital St. $15.00
1331 Wallace St $17.00
1813 Penn St $19.00
1208 N. Sixth St., Apartment,... $22.00
916 N. Sixth St ~ $35.00
1002 North Third Street.
FOR RENT—Houses with all improve
ments, at moderate rentals. J. E.
GIPPL.E, 1251 Market St.
FOR RENT—AII improve
X 614 Catherine, $16.00
530 S. Eighteenth, .., $18.50
Apply Kuhn & Ilershey,
18 South Third street.
WANTED—Two gentlemen boarders, in
private family with no children; all
conveniences, including bath and use of
telephone. Call at 1260 State street.
sale; improved brick house, near
Market street. Also corner property, at
No. 10 S. Eighteenth street. Full infor
-1 mation at BE EE REALTY CO., Bergner
'VERY DESIRABLE brick house for
sale; 530 Camp Street; 11 rooms; bath,
jras, steam heat; porch: two stairways;
lot 24x130; sta;ble. Price reasonable.
BELL REALTY CO., Bergner Building.
135-aere farm, 10 miles west of Har
risburg, Pa., limestone and gravel land,
good house, bank barn, wagon sheds,
bog pen, chicken house, good orchard,
two wells of water, good fencing,' farm
In high state of cultivation; level land,
well located; possession April Ist, 1915,
If sold before March Ist, 1915. Price
48-acre farm, close to Mechanicsburg,
Pa.; one of the finest in the county; full
particulars given on inquiry.
127-acre farm, six miles west of Har
risburg, Pa.; black slate soil; 9-roora
house, frame barn, good location. Price.
12 acres, near New Kingston, Pa.;
good frame house, new barn, good
water, plenty of fruit: three miles from
sailroad; land in good condition. Price
i>arge double brick house at Mechan
icsburg, Pa„ with store room; good
business place, corner property; good
bakery on rea*-; large stable and plenty
of shed room. Price, $5,500.
Grocery store doing a good cash bus
iness, store room, cellar, large ware
house and storage room rents for $12,50
per month. Can be bought as a whole
or at Inventory. Everything in good
condition and up-to-date.
I also have a large business building
along railroad; a good paying proposi
tion to a hustler; prosperous business
at present. Reason for selling, the
owner Is leaving the country. Full par
ticulars given on Inquiry.
P. O. Box 251, Harrisburg, Pa.
FOR StALE—Spring is coming. See the
beautiful suburban homes at River
side before you buy elsewhere. Large
lots. Fine porches. Low prices and
easy terms. LEWIS M. NEIFFER, 223
Market street; E. MOESLEIN, 424 State
FOR SALE—Long established, paying
ice cream and snowball factory. Own
er wishes to retire. Will sell reason
able. Closest Investigation invited.
Particulars at SPANGENBERG'S, 507
Keily St., City. Bell phone 345 W.
FOR SALE—Lots at Penbrook, 30x150.
Also Puxtang and Riverside lots for
sale. Also one frame house, centrally
located, in the city; six rooms, bath and ]
attic; hot air furnace, price $2,100. For
terms apply to S. HALDEMAN CO., I
Carpenters and Builders, 3222 N. Sixth I
street. Job work promptly attended to.
By calling Bell phone 3622J3.
IH2U Boas Street—(one of a pair) ■
2-story brick with seven rooms, bath ■
and furnace, ceilented cellar with
hot and cold water, front and back
porches, front bay window. Lot
18x110 ft.
1116 N. Fourteenth of 1
a pair) 2V6 -storv brick and stucco, 1
seven rooms, bath and steam heat, '
cemented cellar, 10x15 ft. porch. (
Lot 18.6x100 ft. ■'
Fire Inanrnnce Surety Bonda
I.oc-nat and Court Street*
Real Estate |
9 FOR HEN? —Apartments at southeast
i. corner Fourth and Peffer streets. All
conveniences at reasonable rent. Out
- side porch. Apply B. F. UMBERGER.
n 108 N Second St.. or 427 Peffer St.
0 DESIRABLE ROOMS—Single and en
l, suite—all butside rooms—running
n water—elevator service—city steam
i, heat—in the Franklin Building. 212 Lo
-0 cust St. MILLER BROTHERS & CO.,
0 Locust and Court Sts.
0 TWO large communicating unfurnished
0 rooms with large closets; suitable for
, light housekeeping for a lady or party
without children; liea.t, use of bath;
• fihe location on the hill. Family of
two; reasonable rent. Apply No. 3494,
- care Star-Independent.
f STORE ROOM—(From March 15th)—
1007-1009 North Third street; room
- 24x40 ft.; good business location. MlL
f LER BROS. & CO., Locust and Court
i. Sts.
s r
6 FOR RENT—New furnished front rooms
facing CapitoJ 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 ROOM AND BOARD (breakfast and
j supper) wanted; central location;
j must be with a refined family; state lo-
D cation and terms; permanent. Address
) 2498. care Star-Independent.
) Floor of two or four rooms, furnish
ed completo for housekeeping; coal or
gas range; large back porch; bath,
j closet, bells and letter boxes. Refer
i ences. Call 1417 Market St. Bell phone
897 J.
HOUSES FOR RENT and 2 4-story
. dwelling houses for sale. Elder Real
' Estate Co., 24th and Derry Sts.
YOUNG MAN, experienced trucker.
would like to rent truck farm near
Harrisburg or Middletown. Address
PACKING—A. H. SHRENK, 1906 North I
Sixth street, first class packer of fur
niture, china and bricabrac. Bell phone
399 W.
w. J. WENRICH, 339 Hamilton street-
Furniture, china and piano packing.
Shipments looked after at both ends, i
kinds of hauling. Bell phone !
TO OBTAIN REST at night use Lung
Saver, The Good Cough Syrup. Good
for old as well as young; alsu good for
oroup. Ask your grocer.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER watches, dia
monds and jewelry bought for high
est cash prices. JOS. D. BRENNER. No
St. Bell phone 1274 L. '
MONEY TO LOAN upon real estate se
curities in any anmounts and upon
any terms to suit the borrower. Ad
dress P. O. box 174.
new eight-story brick warehouses,
one absolutely tireproof, divided into
Ureproof private rooms of various
sizes for the storage of household
goods; the other warehouse of the most
approved type of lire retardant con
struction for general merchandise. They
are equipped with two large electric
freight elevators and spiral chute for
the quick and safe handling of house
hold goods and all kinds of merchan
dise. Low storage rates. South Second
street, near Paxton, on the tracks of
Henna. R. R.
PI PT f i°vA ro m ng b/ experts. WINWfcR
u? f? St. Call
14t>. Bell nhone.
ANY' person needing money in amounts
from $5 to SSO holding a salaried po
sition, would be benefited by calling
1 on us. Employes' Discount Co., 36 North
Third St.
IX)ANS—SS to S2OO for honest working
people without bank credit at less
than legal rates; payable in install
ments to suit borrowers' convenience.
Loan and Investment Co..
204 Chestnut rit-
i ALL kinds of hauling; large two-ton
truck; furniture, pianos, freight, In
the city and suburbs. Prices reason- 1
able. Picnic and pleasure trips, day or
evening. WM. H. DARE. 1453 Vernon
! St. Bell phone 3517 J.
The "University" of Ham
The town of Ham has perhaps the
most notable chateau in tYauce. As
ancient as R,helms cathedral, its ©nor- '■
nious walls have ive-lil :is prisoners Joan
of Arc, Con«lk>, the Huguenot leader,
and Prince bfyuis Napoleon after his
attempt at Boulogne in 1840 to win !
over France. Here for six years ho
was a compulsory student, as he him
self [>ut it, in the "University" of :
Ham until his escape in IS4 6 disguised •
as a workman.— Ixiudon Chronicle.
( Wants
WANTED —Carpenter to work at odd
times, who, In exchanKe for service,
CHINE. Call Bell Phone 378, or at 908
N. Third St.
BARBER WANTED at once. Apply
Keystone Barber Shop, 439 Market
I WANTED—High grade salesman and
demonstrators wanted. Apply 228 Mar
ket street. 8.00 a. m., Saturday.
WANTED—Men to eolicit orders for
coffee and other groceries; excellent
opportunity for business getters. Apply
Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., 130S
j N. Third St.. Harrisburg.
WANTED—Men to learn barber trade;
] new method; wages auer lirst month.
I Steady position guaranteed; write for
catalogue. Mold's Barber College,
I Dept. It, 207 Bowery, New York City.
| SALESMAN to call on physicians. Es
tablished trade. Experience and cora
] mission. State age. Also one for out
side city. P. O. Box 121, Philadelphia.
I AUTO transportation school wants men
i to become practical chauffeurs and
earn $73 to SIOO per month. Wo give 3
I thorough course in crude and practical
work for $35.00. No. 6 N. Cameron;
Bell phone 1710.
i YOUNG MARRIED MAN with fair edu
| cation and good recommendation,
wants position as shipping or receiving
clerk. Address U. R. SL.EIGHTEH, En-
J liaut. Pa.
A YOUNG, well Experienced window
cleaner wants work; three years' ex
perience in jew Y'ork City. Cali or ad
dress 1114 Christiana St. (for Steve).
YOUNG MAN wants position as cook or
counter-man in hotel or restaurant.
Address or call 1114 Christiana St.
WANTED—Colored man wishes general
housework or watchman of big build
ing. or waiter in private family; can
furnish good references. Apply 405
Bailey street, Steelton.
of any kind, tiring boiler preferred;
experienced. Apply 41 S. Court St.,
YOUNG colored man desires position
as first class cook, butler, in or out
of town. Best of references. Address
NEWTON DItOWN. Middletown, Pa.
IJOY, 18 years old, wishes position of
any kind; call or address 538 Wood
bine street.
BOY, 16 years old, wishes work of any
kind. Can drive a team. Call 2208
N. Sixth street.
WANTED—MiddIe-aged man wishes po
sition as janitor in church or lodge
room; has experience and can give good
references. Apply 140 a Swataru St.
YOUNG MAN wants work of any kind
by the day; has had live years ex
perience as a salesman; best of refer
ence. Address 1311 Cowden street, City.
WANTED—By reliable man, a position
as motion picture operator; six years'
experience; reference if required. G. W.
U, 1005 N. Third St. Bell phone 735 W.
YOUNG MAN 21, wants position; six
years clerical experience; ona year
shipping; furnish reference if required.
R. S. L., 2352 Derry St. Phone 145aJ.
MIDDL«K-AGiOD married man wishes
position of any kind, inside or out;
not afraid of work and can furnish
good returenee. Address Sui S. Kiver
avenue. %
TO address envelopes and collect names
and addresses; cither sex; young or
old; be independent! Earn bis weekly
income in spare time at home; experi
ence unnecessary. Kull detailed in
structions, luc. Bright Agency, 22S W
Buttonwood, Heading, Pa.
terms to live men or women. Apply
Wholesale Depot, 25 North Third, lop
lit) or.
COMPETENT GIKL for general house
work; good wages; no washing; ret-
I erence required. Apply 11» Pine St.
Bell phone 424 R.
WANTED Experienced help.
Apply Silk Mill, corner Seeoud
and North streetu.
WANTED—Young lady wishes position
as bookkeeper or clerical work; can
furnish references. Apply 530 Maclay
WANTED—Young lady would like work
of any kind, cooking, housework, tak
ing care of children, etc. Apply 34S S
Cameron St.
[WANTED —Washing or general house
1313 L'owden street.
WANTED—A respectable white woman
wishes position as good plain cook
or as housekeeper, in or out of the
city. Address MARIE WEINER, Gen
eral Delivery, Harrlsburg, Pa.
WANTED—General housework or posi
tion as waitress or child's nurse by
- y° u "g g' r '- Apply 219 Walnut St.
WANTED—Lady pianist would like po
sition in moving theatre or store;
can furnlnh best ot reference. Address
S„ 3464, care Star-Independent.
YOUNG GIKL desires position as child's
nurse or help with housework. Ad
dress or call 345 N. Seventh St.
A YOUNG white girl wants general
housework. Call United Phone 441Y,
or House address 302 Strawberry St.
WANTED—Colored girl desires position
as waitress, chambermaid, or general
housework. Call or address 1600 W Lib
erty St.
WANTED—A position taking care of
children or light housework, by a girl
15 years of age. Call or address 643 S.
Second street, Steelton.
WANTED—A Gorman girl would like
to have a place for general house
work; understands a little English.
Call at 361 S. Fourth St.. Steelton, Pa.
WANTED —Young lady wishes mater
nity nursing. Apply 10US Berryhlll
WANTED—Position as housekeeper for
widower. Apply 811 James Ave.
ES Retired From
PI Business •
Rn( l spending their declining year's
v i" comfort and affluence is the
I ® Wtt* ——dream and aim of every active
■ r j\\ business man. Many mcu have pot
■X ; v r »rt> and retired as a result of up
-1I to-date business methods, economy
I■ v \\ c — an< l taking advantage of all the fa
lA)pMsjjSuSm!* cilities offered by the First National
Sale of Real Estate
Pursuant to an order of the Orphans' Court of Dauphin .County, the
undersigned will offer at
Public Sale
in front of the Court House, in Harrisburg, Pmrnsvlvania, on
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1013, at 10.30 o'eloek A. M., the fol
lowing described real estate;
No. 1. Lot on the northeast comer of Hose and Pear Avenues,
fronting 25 feet on Kose Avenue, and extending 4 5 feet along Pear
Avenue on the south, and 46 feet, more or less, along property
now or late of Harry J. Kirby, on the north, to Kirby Avenue,
fronting on Kirby Avenue 12 feet, more or less; therteon erected
a 3-story frame dwelling house, known as No. 429 Pear Avenue.
No. 2. Lot on the north sido of Cumberland Street, fronting
24 feet on Cumberland Street, and extending in depth the same
width 110 feet to Hay Avenue; having thereon erected two 3-story
brick dwelling houses, with 2-story fratne back-buildings, known as
Nos. 424 % and 426 Cumberland Street.
TERMS OF SALE:—IO per cent, of the purchase price in cash on tlio
day of the sale, which shall be considered and retained as liquidated
damages, upon failure of purchaser to comply with subsequent condi
tions hereinafter mentioned. Balance of the purchase price to be paid on j
or before completion of said sale.
POSSESSION of premises to be given and deed therefor made and
delivered April 1, 1915.
Commonwealth Trust Company
Trustee for James F. Kirby, u. w. William C. Kirby, deed
Death and Obituary
; YOUNT—Charles E. Yount died at the
Keystone hospital Friday morning,
' February 12th, 191,1, aged f.7 years.
Funeral services will lie held from his
late residence, No. 1502 Green street,
on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
terment in Paxtang cemetery. Relatives
and friends are Invited to attend with
out further notice. Hurial private ser
vices will he conducted by Pilgrim
commandery, No. 11. I\. T.
M'CU'.NK—On February 10, 1915, Sarah
A., widow of the late Thomas R. Mc-
Clune, aged 73 years.
Funeral on Saturday afternoon at £
o'clock, from her late residence, 220
Harris street. Relatives and friends are
invited to attend without further no
tice. interment in Harrisburg ceme
MlLLEß—Emanuel H. Miller died at
his home, 223 Boas street. Thursday,
February 11. 1915, aged 08 years.
Funeral services will be held from liis
late home on Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Interment in the East Harris
burg cemetery. Friends and relatives
| are invited to attend without further
I notice.
■ . .J
Sale and Exchange
j AWNINGS, pic tures, apples, wardrobe,
j books, canned fruit, preserves, wood,
• dithes, blinds, curtains, carpets, lawn
| mower, «oil stove, music cabinet and
| cot. Mljst sell: reason death. Apply
103 Evergreen street.
FOR SAUK—Cheap—Edgemont r,ot, 30
ft. by 120 ft., line location, 500 feet
from 21th St., fronting on Locust bane.
Hood view; bargain; owner. ELMER
ZIMMERMAN, 1135 Walnut St., Harris
I FOR SALE—Tools and fixtures of a
I paint shop, with privilege of renting
I building. Apply 105 Kelker St.
I BIG BARGAINS in unredeemed Dla-
I inonds, Watches, Jewelry, Firearms,
| Musical Instruments, etc. Cash paid for
old gold and silver. Repairing a spe
cialty. CITY LOAN OFFICE, 411 Mar
f ket street.
i FOR SALE—A peanut wagon, in good
condition; can be moved anywhere.
Call at 805 North Third St.
FOR SALE—Three Pennsylvania Rub
ber Co. red motorcycle Inner tubes;
two are 29x2% and the other is 2Sx3.
Cut price $2.50 each. KEYSTONE CY-
I CLE CO., 814 N. Third St.
I ■
FOR SALE—Germantown cut-under,
rubber tired carriage, sliver mounted
double harness; all in Hrst class condi
STORE, 302 Market St.
FOR SALE—At GABLES, 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 GABLE'S, 111-117 South
Second St., 5,000 sets new Sash, Bxlo
xl 2 L., primed and glazed, at fl.lS per
set. Also other sizes.
Business Opportunities
sale; uptown section; Improved dwell
ing with store room; stable on prop
erty. Price reasonable. Grocery stock
at Inventory. BELL REALTY CO., Berg
ner Building.
For Rent
Desirable offices in the
Union Trust Building.
I Apply
Union Trust Co.
| *
In Cameron Building
2-room suite of of
fices, facing Walnut St.,
from March Ist.
Two single (inside)
Store room 103 N.
Second St., from April
Lodge hall, third
Commonwealth Trust Bldg.
" I
NOTICE is hereby given that an appli
cation will be made to the Governor
of the State of Pennsylvania on Mon
day, February 22, 1915, by Bessie Ba
turin, Myer Baturin, Hyman Kusliel and
Robert Rosenberg, under the act of
Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to pro
vide for the Incorporation and regula
tion of certain corporations," approved
April 29, 1874, and the supplement?
thereto, for the charter of an intended
corporation to be called "Royal Bod
ding Company." the character and ob
ject of wlUch Is the manufacture ot,
buying and selling mattresses, pillows,
bed uprlngs, bedsteixda. couches and
bedding supplies, and all other matters
Incidental to or forming a part of the
general business aforesaid, and for
these purposes to have, possess and en-
Joy all the rights, benefits and privi
leges of >the said act of Assembly and
Its supplements.
Commonwealth Building and Ijoan
Association will be held on Monday
evening, B'ebruary 15, at the office. 18
N. Third street. Nomination of officers
and other business. By order
J. T. W. McLAUGHUN, Secretary.
NOTICE—The heirs of the Metzgar
Estate will meet at 1317 N. Sixth
street, Harrtsburg, Pa., at 1 o'clock,
Sunday, February 14, 1915. C. R. De-
Mln, Norman Mchtenberger, Commit
teeman, 1310 N. Sixth St.
That man is learned who reduces his
learning to practice.—Hitopadcsa.
Why This Rain Combination in the Air
Shows a Red Sun
An olil weather proverb runs, "A
| red sun has water in his eye," and the
condition which gave rise to it is ex-
I plained by Professor W. J. Humphreys,
of the United States Weather Bureau,
: in a discussion ot' some useful weather
I proverbs.
The condition that most favors a red
I sun is a great quantity ot>'dust—es
pecially smoke particles—in a damp
I atmosphere. Smoke alone in sufficient
i quantity will produce this effect, but
lit is intensified by the presence of
I The blue and other short wave
I length colora of sunlight are both scat
] tered and absorbed to a greater extent
! by a given amount of dust or other sub
stance, such as water vapor, than is
the red, and this effect becomes more
pronounced as the particles coalesce.
Hence when the atmosphere is heav
ily charged with dust particles that
have become moisture laden we see the
sun as a fiery hall.
It has been known thnt this dust has
much to do with rainfall, since it was
proved by the physicist Aitken years
ago that cloud particle* and, therefore,
rain will not under ordinary conditions
form in a perfectly dust free atmos
phere, but will readily form about dust
motes of any kind in an atmosphere
that is sufficiently damp. A red sun,
therefore, commonly indicates the
presence of both of the essential rain
elements—that is, dust and moisture.
—Rock Mountain News.
He Played His Part Well and Won
When His Chance Came
Senator Harry Lane, who is also an
-M. I)., was once superintendent of the
Oregon State insane asylum. One day
he was telling a group of his colleagues
some qf his experiences while there. He
said when he took the job he ordered
the walls around the institution toru
down, arguing that if any real lunatics
j escaped they would. bo detected and
I returned, but that if any escaped who
| could not be detected they did not
I belong there anyway.
"A patient came along one day,"
jhe said, "and began a performance
that was new to all of us. The inmates
I of the asylum were turned out on the
'big lawn each morning for exercise.
Well, the man I was talking about im
i mediately began to run on a dog trot
1 from one end of the building to the
other. The patients having specialties
j of their own didn't notice him.
I "Back and forth he went, not only
jon the first morning, but on every
j morning for months and months. He
wore a path along the side of the asy
| lum. We couldn't help but admire his
| perseverance. He certainly stuck to
! his job. But one day Mr. Man, the
| moment he was let out, wriggled away
I from the crowd and started across the
| fields. Guards followed in pursuit.
I Trained for months, and that had been
| his game all along, he rapidly made
j monkeys of the guards. He'd let them
[ get almost within reaching distance and
t>heu he would sprint. So he vanished,
and we never heard of him again."-
St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The Rack, Pace and Amble
The rack is e. gait of the horse be
| tween a trot and a gallop or canter,
| in which the fore feet move as in a
| slow gallop, while the hind feet move
]as in a trot or pace. It is usually an
1 artificial gait, but is sometimes hered
itary or natural. There is much con
fusion of terms in respect to this gait,
due to the fact thp.t the gait itself is
somewhat varied, according as tJhe
racker carries the one or the other fore
foot foremost in the galloping motion
of the fore feet; tdiat many confound
the rack with the pace, the words
often being used synonymously, and
: that many have mistaken the use of tho
i words '' pace'' and " amble,'' There is
abundant evidence that tho American
pace of to-day is the amble of Euro
peans of the last century and earlier.
The motion of the hind feet is the
I same in the trot, the pace and the rack,
j In the trot the diagonal hind and fore
feet move nearly simultaneously. In
the pace 01 amble the hind .and fore
feet of the same side move nearly si
multaneously.—Boston Globe.
"Underneath the Paint''
As the title indicates, this three
i )iart Broadway Star feature is a most
engrossing ami analytical irtsight into
the lives of those who impersonate
characters different fromi their own. Tt
is so intensely dramatic it will not
fail to convince those who view its
showing at the Photoplay to-day that
hearts are sometimes breaking beneath
the care-free smiles they dissimulate.
Oharfes Chaplin, the back bone of the
formeT Keystone comedies, is now ap
pearing in Ket&nay features. His first
picture, "His New Job," will be shown
at this theatre to-morrow. Aliee Joyce,
most beautiful photoplay artist, will ap
pear in the sensational two-reeiler,
"Tho Swinilller." We aßk our patrons
to try and get a glimpse of little
"Charlie," the mimic of the real
Charles Chaplin, in frr>nt of the theatre
all day Saturjay.—Adv. *
Lost and Found
KOUND —The way to end your cleaning
ami dyeing worries by calling either
phone for lCggert's Steam Dyeing and
French Cleaning Works, 1245 Market
St. We call and deliver.
LOST—GoId Hunting case watch, Walt
ham movement, Tuesday morning,
along Cameron Parkway, or at Type
writer works. Reward If returned to
Served Nearly Four Years During
Civil War
Adam Orris, a Civil war veteran,
died yesterday morning at 3.30 o'clock
at his 'home, 220 South Tenth street.
He served for three years and nine
months in the Civil war. He is sur
vived by ibis widow and the following
children: George Orris, Harry O.i'is,
Mrs. Bertha Olxrine ami Earl Orris. Six
grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services were held this aft
ernoon a't 2 o'clock from his home, the
R«v. Dr. William N. Yates, pastor of
I'he "Fourth Street Church of God, of
ficiating. Interment will be made iu
the Camp IBill cemetery.
Mrs. Frank McFadden
'Mrs. Frank MciPartden, a former res
ident of the city, died yeerterday at liej
homo in Union Deposit. Funeral serv
ices will be held at her home Mondav
morning at 10 o'clock, after which the
body will be taken on the 2.50 traiiu
to Duncannon for interment. Mrs. Mc-
Fadden is survived by the following
sisters and brothers: I.Vtirs. J. J. Baskins,
Mrs. C. J. Bowers, Mrs. W. H. Prey, all
of Philadelphia; Mrs. W. M. Davies, of
Taunton, Mass.; IMrrs. C. M. Spafor,
'Harriisiburg; Joseph iHochlander, of Dun
cannon, and W. G. Hochlander, of Dau
phin. For a number of years Mrs. -<ic-
Paddeu lived at 340 South Fourteenth
street. «
Harry F. Greenewalt
Harrv F. Greenewalt, aged 55 years,
died yesterday at his home, 127 Say
ford street. Funeral services will be
held Monday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock,
t'be Rev. Dr. William N. Yates, pastor
of the Fourth Street, Church of God, of
which he was a member, will officiate.
Surviving are his widow and two daugh
ters, Mrs. John J. Walker and Miss
Leila Greenewalt.. Interment will bo
made iu the East lHarri»burg cemetery,
European War Caused Decline During
Harrisburg bauks handled a total
sum of $6,90i1,'2'31.48 during the month
of January, according to the report of
Al. K. Thomas, secretary of the Harris
burg Clearing House Association. This
sum is a decrease of $257,877.04 from
the amount handled during December
and 45650,34 7.48 Jess than January of
Mr. Thomas states that the decrease
this year is largely due to the European
war, but according to the present out
look it would be mado up in tho near
future, he asserts.
We Know Tliey Are There Becaus Sci
ence Has Extracted Them
Although at first thought the state
ment seems incredible, it is perfectly
true that a lump of sugar may be con
verted info diamonds.
Not all the substance of the sugar,
of course, will enter into tho comfrosi
tion of the diamond, but only tho car
bon that it contains. Sugar consists of
carbon united with oxygen ad bvdro
It is an easy mattor to separate out
the carbon, and in certain experiments
tor the production of diamonds this su
gar carbon has been employed.
The diamonds so produced were, of
course, very small and destitute of
commercial value, hut still they were
real diamonds, and the chemical re
sult achieved would be no greater in
trinsically if they were as big as tho
Scientists have often expressed the
hope that an improvement in the pro
cess of manufacturing diamonds mdy bo
effected whereby the necessity of dis
solving the carbon in molten "iron may
be dispensed with, and the requireil
combination of great pressure with
great heat may be brought about by
some such operations as squeezing the
carbon between rcdhot metal plates.—
New York World.
Got In Her Answer
"Maria," said Mr. Jollyboy very
solemnly, thinking to take a rise out of
the wife of his bosom, "I heard of a
dreadful operation which was
taken by a girl. She seemed in danger
of losing her sight, and the clever oph
thalmic surgeon who operated on her
found —*"
"Yes!" Breathlessly interposed Mrs.
Jolly boy. "Found whatt"
"That the poor girl had a young
man in her eye!" rejoined hubby, with
a chuckle.
Silence reigned supreme for the
space of five minutes, at. the end of
which time Mrs. Jollyboy said quietly:
"Well, of course, it would all de
pend on what kind of young man it.
was, ns there are many men she would
have been able to see through." And,
with a scren» smile, Mrs. J. resumed
her knitting.—'London Express.
Didn't Startle Rossctti
Among authors therp are some who
take but the slightest interest in so
cial or political questions. So far as
public questions are concerned they
arc hardly better informed than Dante
Gabriel Hossetti. During the French
revolution one of his friends burst into
Rosscttis studio with the incredible
news, " Louis Philippe has lauded in
England." "Has he?" said Rossetti
calmly. "What has he come for?"
Chicago Live Stock Market
Chicago, Keb. 12.—'HOBS —Receipts,
22,000; strong. Bulk, 6.60<fi6.75; light,
6.50fra)6.80; mixed, 6.50I&I6.80; heavy. 6.40
(f 6.72V4; rough, l>. 10 81 6.50 ; pigs. s.2s<ij>
6. TO.
Cattle—lUk'eipts, 10,000; firm; native
steer®. 5.55 ©B. i 0; western, 4.85 tp 7.35;
cows and heifers, 3.25@7.75; calves, 7.00
Sheep—Receipts, 9,000; steady. Sheep,
6.25{i»7.00; yearlings, 7.20&/7.75; lambs,
"Ts your 'husband very deaf, Mrs.
Grady I''
"Well, he can't hear the alarm clock
mornings, but he can always hear the
5 o'clock whistles afternoons."— Judge.