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PACKING—'A. M. SHRENK. 1806 North
Sixth street, first class packer of fur
niture, china and oricabrac. Bell phou»
AIL KINDS OF HAULINO
ALL. kinds of hauling:: large two-ton
truck; furniture, pianos, freight, la
the city and suburbs. Prices reason
able. Picnic and pleasure trips, day or
evening. \VM. H. DARE. 1453 Vernon
St. Bell phone 3517 J.
MONEY TO LOAN
WE LEND MONEY IN ANY
AMOUNTS Payments to suit
borrower. Small loans a specialty.
Positively lowest rates in the city.
Up-to-date metbqds. Licensed,
bonded and incorporated.
PENNA. INVESTMENT CO.
182 Walnut Street
STORAGE In 3-story orick building,
rear 408 Market St. Household goods
In clean, private rooms. Reasonable
rates. Apply to P. G. DIENER, Jeweler,
408 Market St.
FIREPROOF STORAGE—Private rooms
for household goods, 12.00 per month
and up. We invite inspection. Low
insurance. 137-445 South Second St.
HARRISBURG STORAGE COMPANY.
ANY PERSON NEEDING MONEY in
amounts from $5 to SSO, holding a
salaried position, would be benefited by
calling on us. EMPLOYES' DISCOUNT
CO.. 36 N. Third St.
n I*IANO MOVING, tuning, packing and
storing; work done by experts. WIN
TER PIANO CO.. 23 N. Fourth St. Bell
"WANTED—Bicycles, or parts of blcy
cles( for highest cash prices, at once.
Try Keystone quick repair service and
save money. KEYSTONE CYCLE CO.,
814 North Third St. Both phones.
SIGNS of all kinOs; brass signs at half
price; our simplified process makes
this possible; strictly high class work
guaranteed. MANAHAN & CO., 24 S.
GEORGE W. SHULER
522 S. Fifteenth St.
Bell Phone 2898R
: Sale and Exchange
'FOR BALE—One Germantown carriage,
« good as new; one double set harness,
all at a bargain. Call at I>ETWEILER
LBROS.. 40 South Front St., Steeßon, Pa.
• ONE 4-cylinder :!0 H. P. large, roomy
j touring car, in first class condition;
(over sized tires, good car for Jitney.
Good equipment. Can be seen 331 S.
• Fourteenth St., City.
J FOR SALE Electrical stereoptlcon
lantern, with slide and curtain; also
►xcase for same. Will sell cheap. Ad
dress 507 Main St.. Little Falls, N. Y.
■FOR SALE—Household goods, furnl
t ture, sideboard, sewing machine, rugs
[and gas radiator. Apply No. 1333 Sus
- C. W. H. LANGLICT/j, I,umber—We are
' overstocked with all kinds and
grades of lumber and we can otter yuu
big bargains. It will pay you to see
us. OfHce Cameron and Mulberry Sts,
TWO out-door brooder coops; price
very reasonable. Apply c. L. BOAK.
22'J Broad St.
'.FOR SALE—I9I2 Cadillac; electric
lights, self starter, engine tire pump,
excellent condition; three new tires.
Bargain. E. E. CAMPBELL, Mechanics
PUBLIC SALE—• of Williamstown Gas
Company lirst mortgage bonds, and
bonds, at Court House, on Wednesday,
Way sth, 1915, at 10 o'clock a. in. W.
"W. SHOPE, JR., Executor,
BARGAINS in typewriters. Bar-lock,
$10; Williams, $10; Remington, sls: I
Royal, S3O. ' L. C. Smith 4nd Under
wood, prici s reasonable. L C. SMITH
A: BROS., 3b S. Fourth St.
ONE PIANO —Was used about one year.
1 am leaving city and will sell it
•reasonable on monthly payments. Ad
'dress 37 48, care Star-Independent.
FOR SALE—AT GABLE'S. 113, 115 and
117 South Second strtet. 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., 5,000 sets new Saab. Bxlo
xlz L. primed and glazed, at $1.15 per
»eu Also other sizes.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
LQIJITI of $1,500.00, in out-of-town
house, well rented, for exchange on
touring enr; Overland or Burck prefer
red, or several equities for exchange on
city property. O. A. S„ 315 Broad St.
P " FOR SALE
100x150 ft., —southeast corner ,
of Fjont and Kmerald Streets. One j
of the most desirable locations on i
Front St! j
lOOxl'M) ft.,—southwest corner
of Second and Kmerald Sts. A
choice location on Second St.
ft., —northeast corner
of Front and Hamilton Sts. A splen
did lot for a single house.
ftifxlSO ft., — west side of Second
St., just north of Lewis St., in River
side. Here is a choice suburban lot.
MILLER BROTHERS & CO.
Fire Insurance Surety Bonds
Locust and Court Streets
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HARRISBirRG STAR-INDEPENDENT, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1915.
■ HELP WANTED—MALB
WANTED —Boy about 18 or 19 to learn '
teas and coffee business. Apply ,
| Grand Union Tea Co.. 208 N. Second St. (
ABLE-BODIED eyesight, ;
for fireman, brakemen, $l2O monthly.
Experience unnecessary. Railway, care ,
ARMY OF UNITED STATES. MEN j
WANTED: Ablebodied unmarried men
between ages of 18 and 35; citizens of
United 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 & Market sta, 1
WANTED—A good man to huckster on
wagon In city; mutt be sober and
reliable. Steady job. Call 1258 Walnut
WANTED—Auto salesman with ex- 1
perience; excellent proposition to a
good man. Address No. 37G5, care Star-
WANTED—Young man for counter
work; must he neat and bring refer
ence. Apply RUSTIC DAIRY LUNCH,
5-7-9 S. Third St.
MACHINISTS WANTED—AppIy Em- '
ployment Office, Bethlehem Steel Co.. ,
South Bethlehem, Pa.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE. (
WANTED—-Experienced man wants
work on a farm. Apply 1944 State ]
WANTED— ; By middlo-aged man, posi- '
tion as janitor or man around the ,
house and care of lawn. Inquire or
address 1511 Naudain St., City. _ ,
TWO BOYS, about 17, would like a j
position at whitewashing. house ]
cleaning, or any kind of work that
will help out. BRUCE BANKS, 1111
Grape Ave., or RUSSELL GARNES, 1230 .
Cowden St. . I
A MAN understanding farming would (
like a place on a stocked farm, as a j
tenant farmer. Call or address 621; ,
Forster St., Harrisburg, Pa. ,
POSITION as chauffeur) can-make own
repairs; references. W. H. LOTZ,
Box 51. Bressler.
WANTED—Live Instance Agents who
will produce business, paying' for
sickness, accident and natural death;
also for childbirth. This is something
new and very attractive. Agents who
mean business will apply to Box 3455,
SEVERAL experienced saleswomen
wanted at once; good salary. Apply
to MR. GREENE. Main Floor, Astrich's,
Fourth and Market Sts.
WANTED—Chambermaid and scrub
woman. Apply SAVOY' HOTEL Third
and Mulberry St«.
WANTED—A bright girl \o learn mark
ing and assorting. Apply Troy Laun
dry. 1520 to 1526 Fulton St.
WANTED—Ladies of good, repute for
introducing our goods to the public.
Apply Grand Union Tea Co., 208 North
WANTED —Vampers, tip stitchers and
headers. Apply Harrisburg Shoe Man
ufacturing Co., Vernon St., Harrisburg,
EXCEPTIONAL opportunity for an act
ive business woman; one who has had
former experience in handling securi
ties. Address No, 3764, care Star-In- 1
WANTED—Experienced help. Ap
ply Silk Mill, comer North and
Seeond streets, Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED —Girls over 16
years of age to learn cigar
making. Paid while learn
ing. Apply at Harrisburg
Cigar Company, 500 Race 1
A reliable colored woman wishes three
days work every week, Wednesday,
Thursday and Saturday. Can give ref
erence. Apply 110 Dewberry Ave., City.
WIDOW would like to keep house for a
small family or widower, one child
four years old. Apply 1433 Vernon St.
AN honest and reliable colored woman
desires work by the day or half day.
Reference can be furnished. Address
I*B Balm St.
MIDDLE-AGESD LADY woXild like day's
work of any kind. Can furnish ref
erence. Apply 1521 Vernon St.
WANTED—Young lady desires posi
tion to answer phones or to do other
light office work. Salary not so .much
an object as desirable position. Ad
dress M., 3768, care Star-Independent.
WANTKD—A German woman wants i
work as a cook in a small family.
Apply at 515 N. Front St., Steelton, Pa.
COLORED GIRL, 'wants any kind of
work. Call at 306 Daisy Ave., after
7 o'clock in the evening.
Lost and Found
FOUND—The well-dressed man. He
always sends his clothes to Eggert's
Steam Dyeing and French Cleaning
Works, 1245 Market St. Do you? Call
FOUND—A decided improvement In my
appearance since having my clothing
cleaned and pressed at Parisian Dye
Works, 14007. Third. Branch, Hoffman-
Kerns. 33? Chestnut. Bell phone. Call
lng and delivering
LOST—One 30x3 Diamond non-skid
i tire in case; No. Reward
if returned to 210 N. Second St., Har
LOST —I.arge leather wallet, containing
cash, notes and private papers. Re
ward if returned to G. C. R., 14!7 N.
Death and Obituary
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SNYDER—On Monday evening, May 3,
1915, Agnes S. Snyder, aged 70 years,
5 months and 24 days.
Funeral on Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock, from the Home for the Friend
less, Fifth and Muench streets. Rela
tives and friends are invited to attend
without further notice.
SHOEMAKER—On Monday morning,
May 3, 1915, Annie Elizabeth Lehner,
wife of Charles Shoemaker, aged 57
years, at her late residence, Karllng
ton, Camp Hill.
Funeral on Thursday morning: at
9.30 o'clock, from St. Patrick's cathe
dral, Harriaburg. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend without further
notice. Interment In Mt, Calvary cem
REAL ESTATE FOB 3ALB
A FARM of 91 acres, In Dauphin county,
nine miles from Harrisburg, M mile
from railroad. Land in high state of
cultivation —good buildings. Along a
main road. H. G. PEDLOW, 110 S.
Thirteenth St., Harrisburg. Pa.
SSO CASH and easy monthly payments
will buy 1547 Vernon St. New brick
house, six large rooms, bath, all im
provements; deep lot; side entrance. H.
G. PEDLOW, 110 S. Thirteenth St„ Har
CORNER PROPERTY reduced in price;
2-story brick house; 8 rooms; bath;
gas; electric light; steam heat; porch;
lot 18x120; No. 232 Yale St. > BELL,
REALTY CO., Bergner Building. •
2H-STORY FRAME HOUSE FOR SALE
—7 jooms, gas, porch, lot 20x110; held
at $1.T50. A reasonable offer will be
considered. BELL REALTY CO.. Berg
VACANT HOUSE for sale, on easy pay
ment. Inspect It. No, 18 N. Sixteenth
street; all improvements; steam heat.
Small amount of cash required. BELL
REALTY CO., Bergner Building.
THREE-STORY dwelling house, corner
property; good location; not far from
center of city. Price $6,500. Easy
terms if necessary. Address 3756. care
FOR HALE—3-story brick house, all
improvements, No. IV* South St.,
City. Inquire C. STUDEBAKER, Sec
ond and State Sts.
-558 Woodbine St., 3-story brick and
frame dwelling; 8 rooms and bath; lot
16x110; stable on rear; possession at
S. Progress; new frame
dwelling; single: 10 rooms; bath and
steam heat; front, side and rear porch;
lot 80x130; 5-minutu walk from car
line. 5 cent fare to city.
BRINTOX-PACKER CO., Second and
6 ACRES—One-half mile west of West
Falrvlew; 6-room frame dwelling;
frame barn; variety of fruit; within
5-cent fare limit to city; possession at
once. HRINTON-PACKER CO., Second
and Walnut Sts.
WILL exchange a farm of 58 acres in
Dauphin county, 11 miles from Har
risburg, for a city property. Price
$3,000. H. G. PEDLOW, 110 S. Thir
FOR SALE—A small amount of cash
will buy a new brick house, now
vacant, i) rooms, bath, steam, heat,
clie«tnut finish, side entrance. H. G.
PEDLOW, 110 S. Thirteenth St.
NEW BRICK HOUSES for sale—Only
$6,300; easy terms; only one left of
those eight newly built brick houses on
Market street, corner Summit. L. MIN
TER, 1167 Market street. Both phones.
FOR SALE—No. 1944 N. Seventh St.. 2-
story frame, all conveniences, front
porch. Nos. 1107 and 1109 Plum avenue,
2-story frame, water in kitchen. No.
1112 N, Fourteenth St.. brick, conven
iences, front porch. No. 1940 Deny St.,
all conveniences! front and sido porch.
C. 11. ORCUTT, 267 Cumberland St.
BEAL ESTATE FOB BENT
DESIRABLE houses and apartments for
rent, all over city. Reasonable rents.
Inquire HARVEY T. SMITH, 204 South
Thirteenth street. Bell phone 248 M.
FOR RENT—At Cove Station, complete
furnished cottage, by the week; good
boating and fishing; also good train
service. Apply at 275 Hamilton St., or
HOUSE at Summerdale, 6 rooms, water
and electric lights; large lot. In
quire CHAS. TRINTE, 329 Chestnut St.,
or call on Bell phone 3274.
No. 1413 Market St $26.50
No. 1110 Walnut St $20.00
No. 2016 Kensington St. slo.aO
No. 1019 S. 21H St SIO.OO
J. E. GIPPLE,
1251 Market St.
FOR RENT-—House, all improvements,
city steam heat; central location, 3
doors above Market street; suitable for
boarding or rooming house. 9 N. Fifth
St. Apply S. &ELTZEK. 513 Walnut St.'
No. 141 S. Thirteenth St $20.00/
No. 435 S. Thirteenth St $23.00
No. 1510 Catharine St $17.00
1. W. SWENGEL, Ll9 S. St.
FOR RENT—Very reasonably; in the
Shenandoah Valley, at Winchester,
Va., a modern furnished brick house on
large lot, in the best residential sec
tion. Four large bed rooms, two baths,
two servants' rooms, large hall, living,
reception, music, dining rooms; spa
cious pouches, electric light, town
water. For terms address Room 803,
456 Fourth Ave., New York.
-542 S. 17tli St $18.50
510 S. 17th St., ... .$18.50
Apply Kulin & Hersliey,
18 South Third Street.
FOR RENT —Houses with all improve
ments. at moderate rentals J. &
GIPPLE, 1251 Market St.
BOOMS FOB BENT
FOR RENT —Two rooms, furnished or
unfurnished, suitable for light house
keeping, or will rent to lady or gen
tleman who work; rent reasonable. Ap
ply 1738 N. Sixth St.
IF YOU HAVIE a furnished bed room
to let for next week, beginning May
10-th', call up 2998 or drop a postal to
Penn'a Federation of Labor, Common
wealth Trust Bldg., City.
APARTMENTS FOB E2NT
window front on Locust street; tiled
entrance; tiled bath; locker; hall
phones; fully equipped kitchen. Apply
Penna. Realty &• Improvement Co., 132
A FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT, suit
able for dentist's or doctor's office,
containing reception room, private bath,
etc. Apply at The Penna. Realty & Im
provement Co., office 132 Locust St.
FOR RENT—Apartment of five rooms,
bath and laundry room, second floor,
corner property, plenty of light; must
be Keen to be appreciated. GEORGE
W. MYERS. 225 Hummel St.
fEAL ESTATE FOB SALE OB BENT
HOUSES FOR RENT and 2V4-story
dwelling houses for sale. Eldar Real
Estate Co.. 24th and Perry Sts.
UNFUBNISHED BOOMO FOB BENT
FOR RENT —Several unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping, no children.
Also, one furnished room. Apply 814
N. Third street
FTJBN7BHED BOOMS FOR RENT.
DESIRABLE furnished rooms, newly
painted, papered and furnished, elec
tric light, steam heat, corner house;
fine shade. One square from trolley,
ten-minute walk to square. $1.50 per
week_up._33l_S. Fourteenth St.
LAWYERS' PAPEB BOOKS
Printed at this office in best style, at
lowest prices and on notice.
SIX STOCKS LEAD NEXT RISE J
List mailed on request
We deal In all securities
CLARENCE CONE & 00.
45 Broadway < »« York
Look here! Do yon want to buy a
new home? Go to 626 to 630 Geary
St. X am Just finishing four three
story brick, mansard roof bouses,
with wide front and back porches
and balcony. Bay windows, grano
lithic pavement and steps; cemented
cellar, hot and cold wa.ter In cellar.
Parlor and dining room, large kitch
en, nve bed rooms and bath, six large
:losets. vestibule and open stairways.
Gas and electric lights. Parlor and
dinli* room finished floors. No
houseßMn the city for the price ask
ed. Buy now—and' you can select
paper to suit. Go to see them at
once, before too late. The price will
APHIL 12—TWO ARB SOI.D
F. H. Hantzman
Office 600 Brlgga St.
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Cut Down Your
Coal Bill '
Coal prices are at their
lowest now will not
change until July 1. Pea
coal is only $4.95 a ton now,
the lowest it has been for a
number of years. Wise
housekeepers are cutting
down their coal bills by till
ing their bins with range and
furnace coal while the saving
prices are in effect.
H. M. KELLEY & CO.
1 N. Third Street
Tenth and State Streets
NOTlCE—Letters of administration on
the estate of John Kgetirieder, late of
the city of Harrisburg, Dauphin county,
Pa., deceased, having been granted to
the undersigned, residing in Harris
burg, Penna.,- all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment, and those having
claims will present them for settle
ment. THOMAS EGENRIEDER,
324 Kelly St., Harrisburg. Pa.
LOSSES AND CAINS FEATURE
THE STOCK MARKET TO-DAY
War Specialties Fall Back Again at the
Outset of Trading, Then Rising and
Declining Alternately Trading
Was Relatively Light
By Associated Press.
New York, May 4.—Wall Street.—
War specialties fell-hack again at the
outset of to-dav's trading, pressed steel
car losing 6 1-2 points and the declines
ot 1 to almost 2 points in General
Electric, American Locomotive, Bald
win and National Lead. U. 8. Steel
yielded half a point on heavy offerings.
Standard railways were mostly lower
while minor stocks of that class made
slight gains. Coppers were variable.
There were partial recoveries before
the end of the first half hour.
The market repeated its course of
the previous session, rising and de
clining alternately, with indications of
further selling at every favorable op
portunity. Foreign offerings were not a
factor, although Steel AnjJ Coppers
were sold for European interests in
moderate Amounts. Trading was rela
tively light, becoming increasingly dull
towards midday, when representatives
shares showed general gains. Indus
trials and the miscellaneous group pre
sented a mixture of losses and gains,
motor issues being especially strong.
Bonds were irregular.
Philadelphia froduce Market
Philadelphia. May 4.—Wheat steady;
No. 2 red, car lots, export, 1580 161;
No. 1 northern, Duluth export, 169®
Oorn steady: No, 2 spot, export, 78®
78; No. 2 yellow, local, 84®84V4.
Oats firm; No. 2 white, 63®63%.
Bran steady; winter, per ton, "0.00;
spring, per ton, $26.30fn)27.00.
Refined sugars steady; powdered, 6.10;
fine granulated, 6.00; confectioners' A.
Butter firm) western creamery, ex
tra, 31; nearby prints, fancy, 34.
Eggs steady; nearby firsts, free case,
6.00; current receipts, free case, 5.85;
western extra firsts, free case, (i.00;
firsts, free case, 6.85.
Live poultry tirmer; fowls, 17® 1.8;
roosters, 1212 V 4 ; chickens, broilers,
330)40; turkeys, 13®15; ducks, 13®15;
geese, 10 #ll.
Dressed poultry firm; fresh killed
fowls, fancy, 18®19; average, 16®17;
uhattractive, 14®15; old roosters, i.1',4;
frozen fowls, 16@18; roasting chickens,
170)20; broiling chickens, 220)27; tur
keys, 18®22; ducks, 12@18; geese, 12
Potatoes steady; Pennsylvania, per
bushel, 500)52; Maine, 50®52; New Yprk,
430)45; Florida, ptSr barrel, $3.50®5.00.
Flour steady; winter straight, 7.00®
7.25; spring straight. 7.250,7.50; spring
Hay firm; No. 1 large bales, 19.00
0)19.50; No. 1 medium bales, 18.50#
19.00; No. 2, 17.00 0) 18.00; No. 3, 15.00®
16.00; sample, 14.000)15,00; light mixed,
18.500)19,00; No. 1, 17,500)18.00; No. 2,
Chicago Live Stock Market
Chicago, May 4.—Hogs—Receipts,
12,000; strong. Bulk, 7.1007.60; light,
7.300)7.70; mixed, 7.250)7.65; heavy, 7 00
07.55; hofg, rough,. 7.00®7.15; pigs,
Cattle—Receipts, 2,000; steady. Na
tive beef steers, 6.20®. 8.75; western
steers, 5.60®7.40; cows and heifers, 2.90
0)8.40; calves, 6.000i8.50.
Sheep—Receipts, 6,000; strong.• She#p.
7.400)8.40; lambs, B.oo® 10.65.
SERVING DEA TH DEALING MUNITIONS TO RUSSIANS
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" SERVING AMMUNITION TO RUSSIAN TPOOPS ——
You would scarcely want to change places with the brave fellows at the front during this cruel European
conflict after viewing this picture, showing Russian troops being supplied with ammunition, while the thermometer
novers about the Zero mark. War is all that General Sherman suid about it
FIGHTS PAYING HER LAWVEIt
Mervin H. Bogner, Who Seeks Divorce,
Says Wife Can Hire Counsel
Mervin H. Bogncn, of Steelton, vig
orously objects to paying for the serv
ices of the attorney who is to defend
his wife, Nellie, in the divorce suit he
h!as lodged against her and so stated
in papers his counsel filed in court this
morning. The wife denies the charge
that she deserted Holier wilfully and
maliciously and without reasonable
caiine and has obtained s rttle to show
.cause why he should not pay her law
yer who will fight the charge.
The Bogncrs were married in Xcw
Cumberland, on December 22, 1900.
and they seperated on M'arch 22,
1901, the date on which Bogner con
tends lie was deserted. They lived to
gether but three months. Mrs. Bogner
claims she always was and even now
fs willing to live* with her husband and
islie further asserts that she was obliged
to depart from him because of the
treatment accorded her by Bogner s
sister, with whom the couple lived.
Bogner claims that his wife is
financially able to employ counsel to
prepare her case. He declares that he
has paid his wife $1,500 since the
separation. This money was paid in in
stallments of $S a month under a
court maintenance order.
W.\NT Bins FOR CHURCH
Members of Camp Curtin Congregation
Will Continue Campaign for Funds
At a meeting of the official board of
Camp Curtin Memorial M. E. church,
Sixth and ('am]) streets, last evening,
the matter of advertising for bids for
the erection of the new "Camp Curtin
MemoMul" church was placed in the
hands of the building committee. John
11. Haas is chairman of this commit
Within a few Jays bids for the erec
tion of the building will be asked and
actual building will • begin shortly
The church is still informally con
tinuing its campaign to raise $38,000
needed for church erection purposes.
_ K. X. HeraU
NFUTRALS ON THE FIRING LINE.
The campaigning will close on May 23
when the twenty-fifth tuinivcrsary ot'
the founding of the churiMi will be held
with elaborate ceremonies.
Announcement was made this morn
ing by the pastor of the church, the
Rev. A. S. Williams, that the Indies of
the Home of the Friendless, Fifth and
Muench streets, have accepted an .invi
tation to attend "Mothers' Day"
service in the Curtin Heights chapel at
10.30 in the morning.
The Customer—Why don't you keep
The Druggist l'm afraid I'd be
pinched for harboring footpads.—Bos
The Quaint Cow.
Association of ideas brings some eccentrlo
For instance, 'tis a fact 'to which there
can be no objection;
That tickle up our risibres with very
A Jersey cow don't use cold cream to
freshen her complexion.
Trotting Versus Walking.
"I loved you once," the maiden said,
"But now I love you not.
All bets are off—we cannot wed.
You've never learned to trot"
Baid he. " 'TIs true. I cannot trot.
But bankrolls always talk,"
Ho showed her his, and on the spot,
He won out in a walk,
—St. Louis Post-Dispatclk
Josiah V. Thompson, of Uniontovm,
Says He Will Soon Be Freed
of Financial Troubles
By Aaaociatcd I'rc**.
Hniontown, I'n., May 4. —Josiah V.
Thompson, banker and holder of ex
tensive coal properties in Western
Pennsylvania, Kastern Ohio and West
Viigiiiia, whose financial embarrassment
has been widely felt in the three States
for several months, announced to-day
that ho had negotiated a loan of $20,-
000,000 and that he nnd his associates
would soon be freed of their troubles.
Mr. Thompson said further that the
First National Bank of Uniontown,
which has been in the hands of a re
ceiver since January IS, would reopen
within six weeks, that receivers ap
pointed for the many persons associat
ed with him would be discharged and
that the 430,000 acres of coal lands
involved would be withdrawn from the
market. Mr. Thompson did not disclose
the names of the persons who liavo
agreed to advance the money, but added
that they were conversant with the
[ situation, although a corps of expert
| accountants was to go into every phase
|of the situation without delay.
Same Old Stuff.
"Black specks dance before my eyes,
1 doctor," complained the society pa
"That is very annoying and monoto
"Yes. They never have any new
dances."—-Kansas City Journal.
A3 to Jrrley.
"That man Jarley is without any ex
ception the most Inn 'curate man T ever
know," si!d Do' son. "Tell me. Jones,
does he ever get anything right?"
"Oh. yes." replied' Jones. "Anything
that Is left Jarley will always get