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PACKING—'A. H. SHRENK. 190G North
Sixth street, tirst class packer of tur
niture, china and oricabrac. Bell phone
W. J. WENRICH, 339 Hamilton street-
Furniture, china and piano packing.
Shipments looked after at both ends.
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
3227 W. mih.m
75c TO $5.00 PAID for old broken sets
of false teeth in any condition. High
est prices paid for old gold or silver,
such as rings, phis, watches, watch
cases, etc.; also dental gold, crowns
and bridge work. Drop postal, we'll
call. This week only. Box 3479, care
FREIGHT DRAYAGE, storage, shippers
and distributors of merchandise ot all
kinds; prompt and efficient service.
Warehouses on P. R. R. and P. & R.
tracks. MONTGOMERY & CO., Pelpher
Line, Tenth below Market St.
(STORAGE in 3-story brick building,
rear 408 Market St Household goods
In clean, private rooms. Reasonable
rates. Apply to P. G. DIENER, Jeweler,
408 Market St.
FIREPROOF STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
divided into private rooms for stor
age of household goods; low insurance.
Inspection invited. General merchan
dise warehouse and household goods
warehouse are located on tracks of
Peniia. R, R„ 437-445 South Second St.
iiAKRISBURG_STORAGE _COMPAN Y.
PIANO moving by experts. WINTER
PIANO CO., 23 N. Fourth St. Call
14b. Bell phone.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED —Half interest in so>me good
established business or light manu
facturing plant; must bear closest in
vestigation. Address C. F„ 3490, care
WANTED—At once—Ten good second
hand organs. Apply Keystone Cycle
Co., 814 North Third street.
MONEY TO LOAN
LOANS—SS to S2OO
for honest working people keeping
house. Kates less than legal. Pay
ments weekly or monthly. No noti
fication of employer or friends.
CO-OPERATIVE L. & I. (JO.
204 Chestnut St.
Authorized Capital, SIOO,OOO
MOST MONEY LOANED—On Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Firearms, Musical
Instruments. Highest cash prices for
old gold and silver. Repairing a spe
cialty. CITY LOAN OFFICE, 411 Mar
ANY person needing money in amounts
from $5 to SSO holding a salaried po
sition', would be benellted by calling
on us. Employes' Discount Co., 36 North
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ALL KINDS OF HAULINQ
ALL kinds of hauling; large two-ton
truck; furniture, pianos, freight, In
the city and suburbs. Prices reason
able. Picnic and pleasure trips, day or
evening. WM. H. DARE, 1453 Vernon
St. Bell phone 3517 J.
Lost and Found
FOUND—The way to end your cleaning
and dyeing worries by calling either
phone for Eggert's Steam Dyeing and
French Cleaning Works, 1245 Market
St. We call and deliver.
FOUND—A decided Improvement in my
appearance since having my clothing
cleaned and pressed at Parisian Dye
Works, 1409 N. Third. Branch, Hoffman-
Kerns, 337 Chestnut Bell phone. CalO
lng and delivering.
King George Signs Befusal Measures
London, March 11, 3 P. M.—Great
Britain's plan to give effect to the na
val reprisal measures against Germany,
ns embodied in an order in council,
was .signed to-day by King George.
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Select the Site
for Your New
Front and Hamilton Sts.
Northeast et>mcr —52 V 4 ft. on
Front St., autl a depth of 125 it.
along Hamilton St.
North Front Street
Between Woodbine and Kineraid
Sts., one of the choicest locations
for a home along the Kivcr —lot 100
ft. front by 170 ft. in depth.
Second and Emerald Sts.
100 ft. front on Second St. by
130 ft. in depth along Kmerald St.,
or the plot will be divided so as to
give 100 ft. on Second St. by 80 ft.
on Kmerald St., and a 50x100 ft.
<. lot on EmeFald St.
North Third St.
Kant side between Woodbine and
Kmerald Sts., an attractive building
location—-lot 130 ft. front by 115
ft. in depth tq a 15-ft, alley.
Facts aad Flinrra will be a valu
able help in the selection of real
estatu of any kind.
MILLER BROTHERS & CO.
Fire Insurance Surety Bonds
Locust and Court Streets
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WANTED—Boy to w6rk In grocery
store, aged about 16 or 17. Address
1809 Zarker street.
PHILADELPHIA BANKING . HOUSE
requires a man who can sell divi
dend-paying unlisted stocks, and bonds
in Harrisburg and vicinity. Salary,
commission or both. Representative
will be In Harrisburg soon and will
grant interview. Address with refer
ences, past experience if any, and full
particulars. H. B. Thomas & Co., 215
N. Fifteenth St., Philadelphia.
ARMY OF UNITED STATES. MEN
WANTED: Ablebodled unmarried
men between ace of 18 and 35; citizens
of United States, cf good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, road
and write the English language. For
information apply to Recruiting Officer,
Hergner Building. 3d & Market sts.,
Harrishurg. 48 N Queen St- Lancaster,
353 Pine St., Wllliamsport, 37 W. Mar
ket St., York, or 113 Independence St.,
WANTED—Two neat appearing young
men, between 18 and 22, to travel.
High school graduates preferred. Ap
ply 8-9 or 6-7. MR. PADDNORD, Savoy
THOUSANDS of chauffeurs will be
needed within three or four months,
in the city of Harrisburg, for public
taxicab service. Prepare yourself at
once. Make application for training to
Auto Transportation and Machine Shop,
5 and 7 North Cameron St., Harrisburg,
Pa. Full, unlimited course, $35. Both
WANTED—Men prepare as firemen,
brakemen, motormen, colored porters.
Pennsylvania railroads. Experience not
necessary. SSO to SIOO month. Write
Inter Railway Dept. 101, Indianapolis,
AUTO transportation sohool wants men
to become practical chauffeurs and
earn $75 to SIOO per month. We give a
thorough course in crude and practical
work for $35,00. No. 5 N. Cameron;
Bell phone 1710.
WANTED—A young married man wants
work of any kind; can fire hollers.
Call or address No. 612 Granite Ave.
MAN wishes work of any kind in store
or restaurant; good education and
steady. Can give good reference. Ad
dress "N," 1825 Briggs St., City. Phone
YOUNG WHITE MAN wishes a position
sawing, cutting and splitting wood
by day or by hour. Write or call to the
address 15J9 Fulton St., City.
THOROUGHLY experienced, capable
salesman wants position; no canvass
iinn.__&, 19188 Perry St.
HELP WANTED—MALE AND FE
BILLY SUNDAY'S MESSAGE—SeIIing
like wildfire. We need more men
and women to help distribute. Full
time or spare time. Wholesale Supply
House, <5 North Third St.. top floor.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE. /
LADIES—Earn $2.40 a dozen making
handkerchiefs; home business; expe
rience unnecessary. Mail dime for pat
tern, instructions. Homework, 498, Al
WANTED Girls over 16
years of age to learn cigar
making. Paid while learn
ing. Apply at Harrisburg
Cigar Company, 500 Race
WANTED Good woman
for housework. Must un
derstand eooking and gen
eral housework. Address
3495, care Star-Independent.
GIRL, 14 years of age, would like to
get work on a farm; religious family
preferred. A.pply MABEL CULP. 1215
FOURTEIEN-YEAR-OLD GIRL wants
work of any kind. Gail or address
1215 Fulton St.. City.
WANTED—Young lady wishes general
housework; can give references. Ap
ply 1022 Market St., room 2.
WANTED—'Employment as housekeep
er in small family of adults. Capable
and experienced. American. Address
MISS CLARK, General Delivery.
MIDDLE-AGED lady would like day's
work or offices to clean. Can give
best of references. Call or address
1735 Fulton St., Harrisburg, Pa.
YOUNG WOMAN wants day's work of
any kind; can give reference. Ad
dress or call 22 Aberdeen St.
COLORED LADY wishes general house
work of any kind; can give refer
WANTED—A colored woman would like
position by week or day's work. Ad
dress or call 1409 N. Fourth 4t.
YOUNG LADY wishes general house-
St W city t0 d °" Apply 2028 Kensin S ton
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
2IIU) Atlas Ave, 2V4 -story
frame house; 6 rooms; bath; fur
nace; finished attic. Only SSOO
cash needed. Price 9142,*!.
1705 X. Kourth St.—3-story
brick house; 8 rooms. Lot 12x74
feet. Only S4OO cash needed.
.121 Maclay St.—3-story brick
house; 8 rooms; bath. Lot 15x95.
York County Farm—4o acres,
11',4 miles from Harrisburg and
3 miles from Goidsboro. House,
barn, summer house, windmill and
grteen house Running water
through farm 300 fruit trees and
50 walnut trees. 4 acres of tlin
• CHAS, ADLER
Real Instate aad Inauraace
■ 1003 N. Third Street
HABRISBT7RQ STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVFNfNO, MARCH 11, 1915.
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REAL ESTATE FOB SALE
FOR SALE —No. 1822 Boas street, new
two-story brick house; modern lni- .
provements; porch and side entrance, j
Special price to quick buyer.
No. 1425 Regina street; corner brick i
house with large shop and stable in
rear. Can easily be converted Into bus- '
iness property. Special price before 1
No. 41 N. Fourteenth St.; 3-story :
frame, with modern Improvements; now
vacant; price upon Inquiry.
J. E. GIPPIJK,
FOR SALE—I 732 Park St., 2',4-story
brick house; 131 Koyal Terrace. 2-
story new brick house; 19:.7 anil 192#
Deny St, 2 lots. 20x125 ft. J. O. MAT
TER, 11(33 Berry St. Bell phone.
EXTRA special price 011
532 Mac lay Street—for
prompt acceptance onlv.
MILLER BROTHERS '&
LOOK at 1345 North St.—offered for
sale at an attractive price; 8 rooms;
bath; gas; furnace; porches; both
streets paved. BELL REALTY CO., I
WHAT HAVE YOU to exchange for
one or several cheap houses on Wooil
blne street? Alio one lot? Favorable 1
terms for purchase can be arranged.
BEIJ., REALTY CO., Hergner Building. !
FOR SALE—A Dauphin property; 8- !
room house, in good condition; lot i
95x123 ft.; price $1,200. H. O. PEDLOW, j
110 S. Thirteenth St.
FOR SALE —Five good paying proper- i
ties, at a very low ligure; good loca- j
tlon; will not be sold separately. Ad
dress No. 3489. care Star-Independent. |
FOR SALE—New 2^4-story house. 2407
Main street, Penbiook; 6 rooms and :
bath; all modern Improvements; lot 40x
106. McCLELLAN J. KOOMES, 2407
Main St., Penbrook.
FOR SALE—City and suburban homes
and home sites; first class business
propositions. KOL'GH, BRIGHTBILL &
KLINE, Sixth and Reily Sts. Both
REAfr ESTATE FOR RENT
1330 Derry, 3rd tioor |30.00
1315 Market J30.00 and *35.00
239 S. 13th, ...$30.00, $32.50 and »30.00
121(i Market J22..M1
1915 Derry $15.U0
Sixth and Kelker $12.00
1807 State 130.00
2;6-22S S. 19th —new $25.00
1214-1448-144 7 Berryhlll $22.50
1847 Derry. $20.00
2330 Ellersley $18.50
2116 Derry SIB.OO
1835 Fulton, all Improvements,...slß.so
530 S. 19H. all improvements,... $15.00
167 S. Summit, 3 furnished rooms, $15,00
2015 Kensington, improvements,. .$13.50
1817 Derry. 4 large rooms, imp.,.. $12.00
1440 Vernon $ll.OO
1830 Berryhill St.. 3 rooms SS.OU
HARVKY T. SMITH, 2U4 3. 13th. Bell
FOR KENT—No. 1009 Derry St, —9-
room house with all Improvements,
including bath. Inquire KOUOH,
IJRIGHTmu. & KMNr:. Real Estate
and Investment. Sixth and Reily. Both
FOR RENT—Two reserved seat tickets
were to-day awarded to Clyde S. Cul
merry, 1429 Derry street, good for the
evening performance at the Orpheum,
March 15, 1915. Call for tickets at
Star-Independent office, before S p. m.,
March 12, 1915, or they will be forfeited.
FOR RENT—Modern Houses, 2113 Derry
street, il3l Derry street. Inquire I'. 1
VANDERIXIO, 2119 Derry St., or Third
and State, Masonic temple.
FOR RENT—2ISS Jefferson St.; eight
room house with all improvements,
llent reasonable. Apply at next door.
FOR RENT—2III Greenwood, $9.00.
1406 Vernon St., 8 rooms and bath,
1533 N. Third St., newly painted and
H. G. PEDLOW,
110 South Thirteenth St.
FOR RENT—623 Wlconlsco St, 3-story
brick; 8 rooms; large porch and bay
window front and rear; all Improve
ments. Apply C. 11. MAUK, 1745 N.
FOR RENT—IS3S N. Fourth St.; three
story mansard roof; eight rooms; im
provements; wide paved street; trolley
passes door; possession April 1. Rent,
S2O. Apply A. C. YOUNG, 20 N. Third.
FOR RiENT—Residence, 113 S. Front
St.; city steam; electricity and gas;
also two rooms, 114 S. River avenue;
suitable for business purposes. J. W.
PARK, 32 N. Second St.
CAMERON EXTENSION COTTAGES—
Several very desirable seven and eight
room brick houses with furnace, bath,
front porch and lawn, sl4, sls and sl6.
MILDER BROS. & CO.
STORE ROOM, 24x40—1007 and 1009
North Third Street MILLER BROS.
&. CO., Opp. Poatofflce, Bell phone 1595.
FOR KENT—AII improve
1614 Catherine, $16.00
530 S. Seventeenth, . .$18.50
Apply Kuhn & Hershey,
18 South Third street.
FOR RENT —Houses with all Improve
ments, at moderate rentals. J. El
r.IPPLE, 1251 Market. St
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT
HOUSES FOR RENT and 2 % -story
dwelling houses f&r sale. Elder Real
Estate Co.. 24th and Derry Sts.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
EXCHANGE—Tenth ward three-story
brick house, ten rooms, all Improve
ments; 'porch; bay window; paved street
hill location, or between Kelker
and North. Locate property and price.
No. 3701, care Star-Independent.
FURNISHED ROOMB FOR RENT.
FOR 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
STAR INDEPENDENT WANT
ADS. BRING RESULTS.
New Up-to-Date Apartments
Ready about March 15th, second and third floors—22lo North Third
street—C looms, liatlii pantry and flosets —hardwood floors and at can: i cat
—continuous hot water—laindry and storage—front and rear pop l:ea —
large light airy rooms.
Apply W. H. MILLER
STATE HIGHWAY DEPT. or 2141 PENN STREET
For Saße on Terms to Suit
Located on l)erry street, between 21st and 22nd streets, built for comfort
and convenience; wide paved street, e\cellent care service. Home buyers
should not purchase befoie taking a look at this well located property.
It would take a whole pnue to describe the reason why YOU should invea
tlpate this proposition. All the information will be chaerfully given to you,
when you come to inspect this extraordinary opportunity.
Open for Inspection at nil timed, incliiriiiiK Sunday. ( Al,|, AT ('. Y.\\-
UKKMMI, Huilrier, 21 lt» DKItltY STR MKT, or Third mid Stale StreetM,
i MIINOIIIC Temple IIniIctIIIKT.
Sale and Exchange
FOR SALE—Toledo scales; computing,
3d pounds capacity, drum shape
(blue); selling pric.e 5 to 65 cents. Used
but a short time. <'ost $l4O. will sac
rifice. Inquire J. M. SHATZER, 529 S.
Sixteenth St. Bell 2293 J.
100 EGGS, $3.50 —Reds, Rocks, Minor
cas, Leghorns, Orpingtons, Wyan
dottes. Duckii. Cockerels, $1.00; pul
lets, 75c; chicks, 12c. Victor Fiey,
C. W. H. I,A\GLETS, Lumber—We are
overstocked with all kinds and
grades of lumber and we can offer you
big bargains, it will pay you to see
us. Oitlce Cameron and Mulberry Sts.
I'OR SALE—Bay horse, excellent driver,
9 years old. Apply C. A. COVE'R,
Butcher, Highspire, Penna. 1 "
FOR SALE—Printing press, 10x15; type
stand and furniture. Inquire 141 L
FOR SALE—AT GABLE'S. 113, 115 and
117 South Second street. 5,000 gallons
New Era Ready Mixed Paint, Acme
quality. All the full line of the Acme
FOR SALE—At GABLE'S, 111-117 South
Second St., 6,000 sets new Sash, Bxlo
xl 2 L., primed and glazed, at $1.15 per
fei. Also other sizes.
PUBLIC SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
GOODS—At 408 Briggs street, on
Saturday, March 13, 1915, at 1 o'clock
IJ.1 J . M., the valuable household goods
and furniture of Katharine (J. Craig,
CLARK K. DIKHL,
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT—.Second lioor front room;
electric light and use of bath; cen
trally located, on South street near
Third. 233 South St.
ROOMS FOR RENT—Four large rooms,
two rooms facing Market and two fac
ing back; second and third floor; tine
location; all pleasant; heat furnished.
Apply T. .1. LAMPA.S, 114 Market.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Apartment; .1 rooms. In
cluding range, bath, toilet—elegant
location; use of bath and phone. Apply
to C. H. MAIJV. 1745 N. Sixth St
iXDR RENT—First-class apartments.
Apply between 7 and 8 p. m.. Derry
Block Apartments, Fourteenth and
Derry streets. Rooms 2 and 3.
FOR RENT—Three modern new apart
ments; 7 rooms, bath, electric lights,
steam heat telephone, gas range, laun
dry trays; hard wood floors; No. 23» a
Thirteenth St Can be seen 10 a. m.
to 4 p m. Apply on premises or call
LAWYERS' PAPER BOOKS
Printed at this office in best style, at
lowest prices and on short notice.
Two properties of the esj/te of ;
Dickinson McAllister, deceased. I
Bungalow 011 the river side of River |
Drive, above Fort Hunter, with 300 I
feet of front. House and lot in
Rockville, with 50 ft. front and
trolley stop at the rear.
Dauphin Deposit Trust Go.
313 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Death and Obituary
KAS9EN—On March 11, 1915, Mrs. Mary
Kassen, wife of llcorge W„ at her
late home, 1115 Wallace street, in her
Funeral services will be held from the
above address Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Interment In Kast Harrls
DIVORCE LUXURY OF RICH
Poor Man Can't Afford It and Dessrts
/ Home, Says Rector
B.i/ Associated Press,
New York. March 11. —The SOT. Dr.
William T. Manning, rcetor of Trinity
church which is considered the wealthi
est church in New York, if not in the
country, declared in a sermon in that
church last night that divorce was "the
shameful luxury of tho rich and well
"The poor man," said Dr. Maniling,
"cannot, afford divorce and so ho sim
ply follows the example of the il
lustrious names he reittls ja'bout in the
[•■pers and deserts his home. That is
his way of accomplishing the same
tiling the rich hion can accomplish by
Clergyman Cleared of Seriou9 Obarge
By Associated Press,
Hollidavs'hurg, Pa., March 11. —The
Rev. 1 fl. A. McKelvey, pastor of the
United Brethreu church at Bellwood,
was to-day acquitted of the charge of
criminal nritsbchavior with Miss Bessie
Hmith, a member of his congregation.
Hope for Editor Bowles' Recovery
Springfield, Mass., March 11. —The
condition of (Samuel Bowles, publisher
of the Springfield " Republican," was
reported much improved to-dav. Mr.
Boiwlea was stricken with what ap
peared to be a cerelbral hemorrhage but
his physicians saiki to-day that his con
dition might be due to toxic congestion
and hope is still held out for his recov
Gen. McClellan's Widow Died in France
New York, March 11. —The body of
Mr*. Ellen M. Mc(7lellan, widow of
General George B. M<Clellan and moth
er of former Mayor George B. MvCleli
an, of this city, reached here bo-day
aboard the steamer Madonna from
Nice. I'rance, where ahe died.
PRICES DISPROVE AFTER
PERIOD OF UNCERTAINTY
litres of Eastern Trunk Lines in Mod
eiato Demand, Erie Issues Rising
Concurrently With Offering of New
$10,000,000 Five Per Cent. Note 3
By Associated Press,
New York, March 11. — Wall Street
—lrregularity was again the feature of
the stock market in to-day's early
trading, with nominal price changes.
Leading shares were either lower or at
a standstill, while the speculatives spe
cialties and the inactive group denoted
further pollmen manipulation. Prices
manifested a hardening tendency later.
... ,11.1011 s .ange tor Americans was gen
ially under yesterday's close.
Prices continued to improve after
.lie initial period of uncertainty. Shares
if eastern trunk lines were in moder
ate demand, Erie issues rising
. cni.lv with the offering of the new
£10,000,000 five per >;ont. ejctcnue.i
ctes. Motor shares continued to lead
cne special group, with further material
fVains. Bonds were steady.
LIVE STOCK PRICES
Philadelphia, March 11.—Conditions
for three days, ending Wednesday even
ing, March 10:
Beef Cattle—Ohio, Kentucky and
nearby cattle were on sale for quick
killing at steady values, though trade
moved along rathe rslow. Cows and
calves of the better kinds though not
actively sought after closed at former
Steers —Extras higher, average best.
sS.6()f<i'K.7o; choice. sS.4o@B.'>o; good,
sß.lotl 1 S.2U; medium, $T.7F»ft/ S.UO; com
mon, $7.25(§)7.50: bulls, 7.2T>; tat
cows, $ 1.75(36.40; thin cows, $3.25®
1.50: milch cows, common to choice. sis
tfv 75: extra, SSS; veal calves, excep
tional lots, $11.50® 12.00; good to choice,
$10.50® 11.00; medium, $8.00®9.00: com
mon. $6.00®7.00; southerns and barn
Kheep and l<umtie—Prices were well
sustained under light arrivals, with a
fair disposal of all satisfactory stock.
Wethers, extra, $7.50®5.00
Choice $7.00 @7.50
Medium $6.00® 6.50
Common $ 1.50f« 5.00
Ewes, heavy fat, $6.00®7.00
Extra, $9.50® 10.00
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Medirim $8.50® 9.00
i Jomnton $6.50® 7.00
Hogs—Unsettled. Quarantine features
jof a rigid i'hu.riicter prevailed and
! strictly reliable values were difficult to
j secure. Quotations nominal.
City Dressed .Stock—Meats of every
I description that were choice and prime
I were steadily held, demand being ordi-
I nary. Quotations:
I Steers, 10@13; heifers, 10<6>1H»: cows,
|S@ll; venl calves, 15jj'16; extra calves,
17: soutiierns and barnyards. 10®IZ;
I country dressed. 13® 14; extra, 16; sheep,
! 10®11; extra wethers, 12; lambs, 15®
| 16; extra lambs, 17; hogs, 10Vi®10V4.
j Philadelphia Produce Market
Philadelphia, Pa., March 11.—Wheat
steady: No. 1 northern, Duluth export,
Corn higher; No. 2 spot, export, 77®
78: N"». 2 yellow, local. 77&®78V4.
Oats steady; No. 2 white, 0_14®63.
Pran weak; winter, per ton. $26.50®
29.00; spring, $25.00®2J.50.
Heiined sugars Hrm; powdered, 5.85;
tine granulated, 5.75; Confectioners' A,
Butter weak; western creamery, ex
tra. 29: nearby prints, fancy, 32.
Eggs steady: nearby lirsts, free case,
5.85; current receipts, free case, 5.70;
western extra, firsts, 5.85; lirsts. free
Eive poultry firmer; fowls, 16@18; old
roosters. 11 %@ 12; chickens, H@l7; tur
keys, lu©l7; ducks, 15@16; geese, 12
Dressed poultry firmer: fowls, fancy,
18 , / 4®l9'A: average, 16®18; unattract
ive, 14@15; old roosters, 14; broiling
chickens, nearby, 18©23; western, 11®
22; roasting chickens, 17@20; turkeys,
fancy, 21; fair to good, 18® 20; ducks,
12® 18; geese, 10@14.
Potatoes weak; Penna., per bushel,
DO ® 55.
Flour firmer; winter straight, 6.65®
6.90; spring straight, 6.75®7.00; do. pat
ent, 7 00® 7.80.
Hay weak; timothy, No. 1 large bales,
18.00; No. 1 medium bales, 17.50® 18.00;
No. 2 do., 15.50® 16.50; No. 3 do., 14.00®
15.00. Clover mixed light, 17.00® 17.50;
No. 1 do., 16.00®16.50; No. 2, do., 14.50
Chicago Live Stock Market
Chicago. March ll. —(Hogs—Receipts,
38,000; slow. Hulk, 6.60®6.70; light. 6.45
@6.75; mixed, firstname.lastname@example.org; heavy, 6.20®
6.70; rough, 6.20 C« 6.35: pigs, 5.50®6.50,
Cattle —Receipts, 6,0o0; weak. Native
steers. email@example.com; cows and heifers, 3.30
it 7.60; calves, 6.25® 9.75.
■Sheep—Receipts. 10,000; slow. Sheep,
firstname.lastname@example.org; veariings, email@example.com; lambs,
Exports Break AU Records
By Associated Press.
New York, Marc hi 11. —Exports
from this port yesterday exceeded in
value $10,000,000, the largest amount
ever recorded in a single day in the
history of the Custom House. The best
previous record of $9,000,000 wa3
made one day last week.
To Enforce Compulsory Education
Amsterdam Via London, March 11,
8.01 A. M. —Compulsory school atten
dance by all Belgian children will be
enforced from to-day by order of the
(?<overiior Ueneral of Belgium, according
to a telegram received here from Brus
sels by way of Berlin.
Red Cross Intelligence Bureau
Geneva, March 11 By Way of Paris,
0.15 A. M. —The International Red
Cross Committee will apen a special in
telligence bureau at Zurich for the ex
chango of correspondence botwoen
French and German ecclesiastics pro
vided the project is approved by the
Red Cross organizations in the coun
Photographs on Residence Permits
Paris, March 11, 5.20 P. M.—Per
mits of resilience issued to foreigners
| after March 20 must havo a photo
, graph of the holder attached, certified
by the police commissary, »ays the
"Petit Journal." Persons who fail to
follow these instructions will bo pro
ceeded against as spies, tibe paper as
Send for our
Special Letter "Hi!"
RENSKORF, LYON & CO.
Now York Stock Exchange.
New York Cotton Exchange.
New York Coffee Kxchange.
Chicago Board of Trade.
33 NEW ST. (S) NEW YORK
Desirable offices in the
Union Trust Building.
Union Trust Co.
Friday, March 12,
at 1.80 P. M. on premises
1730 N. Fourth Street
A lot of painter's brushes, ladders,
jacks, step ladders ami ladder jacks,
paints, oils, varnishes, burners and
other articles used in paint shops.
1730 N. Fourth Street
A. H. SHRENK, Auctioneer.
Look liere! Do yon want to buy a
new homo? (io to ti£G to 030 Geary
St. I am just finishing four three
story brick, mansard roof houses,
with wide front and back porches
and balcony. Bay windows, grano
lithic pavement and steps; cementad
cellar, hot and cold water in cellar.
Parlor and dining room, large kitch
en. live bed rooms and bath, six large
closets, vestibule and open stairwaya
Gas and electric lights. Parlor ana
dining room finished floors. No
houses in the city for the price ask
ed. Buy now and you can select
paper to suit, do to see them at
once, before too late. The price will
F. H. Hantzman
Corner (N. TV.) Cameron and
Paxton Streets, seven-room frame
dwelling, newly paintN and papered.
Water, gas and sewer connections.
More traffic than ever will pass this
corner lot, (20x73) on completion
of Second Street Subway. Recom
mended for store or other improve
ment. Opposite only flower and
grass plot 011 ( ameron street-
I'rice $2,325.00, subject to change.
M. A. Fought,
272 North Street, Harrisburg, Pa.
t HE i
THE ANNUAL MKETHjTG of the stock
holders of the Commonwealth B. and
I* Association will be hrld on Monday
evening, March 15, at IS N. Third St.
Election of officers and redding annual
report. By order,
J. T. W. MCLAUGHLIN,
NOTlCE—Letters of administration t#s
tamentary on the estate of Leah
Giede, late of Harrisburg, Dauphin
county, Pa„ deceifsed, having been
granted to the undersigned, residing in
Harrisburg, Pa., all persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make
Immediate payment, and those having
claims will present them for settlement.
GEORGE W. GIEDE, .
Administrator, IGI2 Green St.
N. HXKCUTOIIS' NOTICE
Letters testamentary have been
granted upon the -estate of Margaret
Duncan, late of Oberlirt, Swatara town
ship. Dauphin county, Pennsylvania, de
ceased, to Ed. C. Duncan and Harry C.
Duncan, to whom all persons who are
Indebted to said estate are requested
to make payment and all persons hav
ing legal claim against or demand upon
said estate shall mak»the same known
ED. C. DUNCAN,
131 Old Crescent St.. Harrisburg, Pa.
HARRY C. DUNCAN,
Middle-town, R. K D. 3, Penna.
I. B. SVVARTZ, Attorney,
108 N. Second St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Emtnte of \V. K. ICntrlken, I,ate of the
City of lliirrlnlturK, l"n.. Uet-euNrd.
Notice is hereby given that letters
testamentary upon the estate of said
decedent have been granted to the un
dersigned, residing, at No. 1644 Safth
Third street, in said city. All persons
Indebted to said estate are requested
to make payment, and those having
claims or demands against the stme
will make them known without delay
to SARAH E. ENTRIKEN,
The Harrisburg Hospital is open
daily except Sunday, between 1 and
2 o'clock p. in. for dispensing medical
advice and prescriptions to those unable
to pay for them.