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FOR SALE—Little w-hit<Tdogs. Call or
address MRS. F. W. LIESMANN. Camp
FOR SALE—<A speedy, classy Regal
roadster; tine condition. Apply CHAS.
F. LAM PAS. 1214 Market St.
USED automobiles, all makes, hundreds
to seelct from, bargain prices. On
trucks and deliveries we also save you
money. A. M. LEVERING, 912 N. Third
ONE twin cylinder Indian motorcycle.
with clutch; new rings, lamp, efc„
$75.00; one Indian twincycle. $40.00.
KEYSTONE CYCLE CO.. 814 N. Third
ONTO National auto; see this for k Jit
ney—for quick sale. $225; one Reo
truck, $125; one Pope Waverly electric,
$125; one Oldsmobile. $35.00. KEY
STONE CYCLE CO.. 814 N. Third St.
FOR SALE —Baby coach and parlor
suit, in good condition. Reasonable
prices. Will sell separately. Call or
address 1807 Susquehanna St., City.
LOGS FOR SALE—Mostly chosnut; two
wild cherry; one good walnut and a
number of apple butts. Can be seen at
Livingston Farm, Enola. A. C. YOUNG,
26 N. Third St., Harrisburg. Bell phone.
FOK SALE—Farm and timber lands;
lumber, shingles and palings. Address
owner, J. W. ETTINGER, Halifax, Pa.,
R. F. D. 2.
ONI4. PIANO—Was used about one year.
I an: leaving city and will sell it
reasonable on monthly payments. Ad
dress 37 48, care Star-Independent.
Ft)lt SALE—AT GABLE S. 113. 115 and
117 South Second street. 5,090 gallons:
New Era Heady Mixed Paint. Acme
ijualit>. All the tull line of the Acme ;
FOU SALE—At GABLE'S. 111-117 South i
Secot.d St.. 6,000 sets new Sash. Bxlo
*l2 u. primed aQd glazed, at sl.l> per
i 1 ' other gliea j
AN exceptional chance is offered active
party with SI,OOO to invest together
with common sense and energy enough
to conduct a respectable, permanent,
cash business that's easily managed.
Free from competition and get rich
tiuick schemes where with ordinary la- I
bor from $3,000 to $5,000 should be I
cleared yearly. Owner of this business
invites the very closest Investigation.
Full particulars will have to be given
at personal interview only, which can
be had by addressing Profitable, 3778,
* are Star-Independent.
In the estate of Naomi W. Good, de
Notice is hereby given that letters
of administration on the estate of
Naomi W. Good, late of Harrisburg.
Pennsylvania. deceased, have been
grantwl to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves in- I
debted to said estate will make pay- |
nient immediately, and those having |
claims will present them for payment
to JOHN E. MVERS.
Administrator, Camp Hill, Pa.
Notice is hereby given that an appll
• cation will be made to the Governor j
' of Pennsylvania on Thursday, the 10th
'lay of June, 1»15, by Dr. John R. W. 1
Hunter. Carl Hanson. Milton E. Grove
and Marguerite L. Hanson, under the !
Act of A«sen»bly, entitled "An Act to
provide for the incorporation and reg- I
tilation of certain corporations," ap- i
proved April 29, 1874, and the supple- j
ments thereto, for the charter of an I
"intended corporation to be called "The I
. Overland Harrisburg C 0.," the charac
ter and object of which is buving,
* selling and dealing in automobiles,
' automobile accessories, supplies, equip
ment and repair purts, and for these
purposes to have, possess and enjoy all
i the rights, benefits and privileges of
said act of Assembly and the sup
J. H. CRAIG, Solicitor,
Deputy Sec. Internal Affairs.
NOTICE is hereby Riven that on or be
fore Tuesday. June 15, 1915. the un
•vdersisned will tile his credentials with
1 «nd make application to the Pennsylva
nia State Board of Law Examiners to be
examined on the 6th and 7th days of
.luly, 1915, for admission, to the bar of
the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania:
WALTER R. SOHN, of Harrisburg,
Pa., a registered student at law in the
Dickinson Law School, and in the law
office of Hardest & Hargest, Esqs., of
tliK Dauphin County Bar.
In thr Matter of the Katnte of John K,
Kertin. late of the Tntvnalilp of >ltri
ille I'axton, Dauphin County, l'a.. De
Letters testamentary on the estate
of the above named decedent having
been granted to the undersigned, all
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make payment and those
having claims against the same will
present them without delav.
JOHN" K. EISENHOWER,
Executor, Northumberland, Pa.,
HENRY E. FOX, Attorney,
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Real Estate Specials
1103 N. SECOND ST.
A 2V4 -story frame house with
eight rooms—hath and hot water
I heat. Lot 1 8x69 ft.
308 and 310 CHERRY ST.
A Rood N per rent, net Inientmrnt |
IIM It NtHmlfl, and the *nrruiin<llnK
development** eii*lly NIIOH InereunlnK
property \alueM In that Neetlon.
Plot 26x105 ft. improved with
two, two-storv frame houses.
10 ACRE FARM
, A Splendid Opportunity
Located within fifteen miles of
j Harrisburg and only a few minutes'
j walk from York Haven, or Cly (sta
tions on N. C. R. R.).
Price and terms are reasonable.
'MILLER BROTHERS & CO.
I Insurance Surety Ilonda
IriR'IIKL HNII (Hurt Streeta
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BEAIi ESTATE FOB AA-LB
(24) ACRES ($1350)
(On) Main Road (to)largo City Mar
ket. Buildings (alone) valued ($2500).
Telephone In Double Porch Home, large
Bank Barn, straw shed, wagon, hog:,
poultry and storage houses. All kinds
of Choice Fruit, fine meadows and
creek. With (tine) black horie (!)
large good cows (2) hogs (100) chick
ens (170) bushel corn (35) oats (10)
wheat (8> rye (10) potatoes (S) ton
straw and hay and Farming Machinery
ready to go to work ® ($1900). Old
People. Possession (at) once. (Bargain),
(80) ACRES ($3200)
(Buildings) all Painted (1915) valued
alone ($4000). On Main Road to City
Market (8) room (2) porch home. Tele
phone, mail (at) door (500) feet to
school and churcji. Bank Barn,
straw shed and double Wagon House.
All kinds of Choice Fruit (22) acres
Winter Grain and Spring Water Creek.
With (2) fine young horses (3) fresh
cows (6) hogs (85) chickens (4) ton
hay ami straw (104) bushel oats (180)
corn (20) wheat (10) rye (14) potatoes
(team) harness and wagon—Sacrifice—
(46) ACRES ($1700)
(Joining) Eastern Boundary and Sus
quehanna river only (5) squares to
trolley, railroad station and large City
Market. Fruit Orchards grew ($475)
fruit last year. Flowing spring water,
meadows and creek. (4) acres wood
land. Two-story Home, Barn and out
buildings. (Loam Soil). Match team
Horses valued ($500) and (2) cows (4)
hogs (20) chickens (3) ton hay and
straw (3ti) bushel corn (24) oats (16)
wheat (8) rye (12) potatoes (new)
tpam, harness and wagon only ($M00).
UISORGE B. OS'I'RANDER
Danville Telephones Sunbury
Mornings (7 to S) Evenings
-1501 Berryhill street: corner prop
erly: 3-stor.v brick: :> rooms, bath and
furnace; lot 16x103. It will be to your
advantage to look tills property over.
«l'a\tang—corner Brisbane St. and
Juince Ave. semi-bungalow: 5 rooms
and reception hall: bath; steam heat;
porches; stationary vacuum cleaner; lot,
BRINTON-PACKER CO.. Second and
15 ACRiES—2Vs miles southwest of
Goldsboro; 2&-story frame dwelling;
7 rooms: frame barn; well and spring;
large variety of fruit. Price. SI.BO0 —
cash, remainder on mortgage.
BRINTON-PACKER CO., Second and
$2650 WILL BUY new bungalow; eight
rooms; electric light, furnace, large
porclies; plot frontage 7S feet; chicken
house; variety fruit. Inspect it. BELL
REALTY\"O., Bergner Building.
SSOOO WILL BUY two frame houses and
two acres of excellent soil at Old
Orchard. Also other suburban proper
ties at reasonable prices. BELL REAL
TY CO., Bergner Building.
CORNER BRICK HOUSE FOR SALE —
V rooms; chestnut finish; bath; gas;
electric light; hot water heat: porch;
cemented cellar; No. 151S Swatara;
priee reasonable. BELL REALTY' CO.,
FOR SALE—Seven new brick houses.
2018-20-8 Swatara St.. $2,500 each, one
$2,600; lot 17x100: all conveniences; ex
cellent view. Apply to E. LEROY
KEEN, 222 Market St.
-1216 Green St., 2V4-story stucco frame
houso, 6 rooms, bath and furnace;
corner property; just finished; posses
sion at once.
236 Charles Ave., 2 V4-story stucco
house; six rooms, bath and furnace;
just finished; possession at once.
Lot 34 feet fronting on Green street,
near Broad street. •
M. A. FOUGHT, 272 North St.
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*
111£ N. Fourteenth St.. brick, conven
iences, front porch. No. 1940 Derry SL,
all conveniences, front and side porch.
C. H. ORCL'TT, 267 Cumberland St.
WANTED TO BENT
WANTED—A medium sized house with
conveniences; rent must be moderate.
Address or call on PROF. W. P. Me-
BKIDE, Viotoria Theatre.
REAL ESTATE^FOB SENT
FOR RENT—Bakery for rent; oven i;»
first class condition. Address 611
1853 Park St $21.00
228 N. Fifteenth St $20.00
1530 Naudain St. SIB.OO
1843 Whitehall St *30.00
J. E. GIPPLE,
1251 Market Street.
HOUSE, 110 Sylvan Terrace, S rooms
and conveniences. Inquire 133 South
Fourth St., Steelton, Pa. Bell phone
22W for three days.
FOR RENT—A building suitable for a
repair shop, garage or storage. Will
rent cheap. Apply I'roy Laundry, 1520
FOR RENT —Fram« dwelling with im
provements, for colored people only,
located at 1130 N. Front St. Apply at
iuTx. FIFTH StT—Brick house, all
improvements, $16.00 per month. Ap
ply on premises.
| NICE HOUSE for rent, 1208 Penn St,
corner Penn and Charles Ave, All
conveniences; rent reasonable. Inquire
of H. COHEN. 202 Market St.
DESIRABLE houses and apartments tor
rent, all over city. Reasonable rents.
I Inquire HARVEY T. SMITH, 201 South
j Thirteenth street. Bell phone 248 M.
FOR RENT—House, all improvements.
I city steam heat, central location, 3
doors above Market street; suitable for
i boarding or rooming house. V N. Fifth
i SI. Apply S. MELTZEH, 513 Walnut St.
-542 8. 17th St., ... .$>18.50
540 S. 17 th St., ... ,$18.50
Apply Kulm & Hershey,
18 South Third Street.
FOR RENT—Houses with all improve
ments. at moderate rental* J. &
GIPPLE._I2SI_ Market St
MODERN and sanitary; steam heat;
electric lights, gas range and water
heaters; laundry trays; finest equipped
for medium rent in city. Location 1419
Vernon and Hl6 Thompson Sts. Open
for inspection. Apply BAPTISTI, Third
and Chestnut Streets.
FOR RENT —Large room, third floor,
Are proof building; corner of Aber
deen and Strawberry avenues. Freight
elevator service. Apply Commonwealth
Trust Co., 222 Market St.
*EAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT
HOUSES FOR RENT and -story
dwelling houses tor sale. Elder Real
Estate Co.. 24th and Perry Bta
PENNSYLVANIA IS LEADER ~
Atlantic City, X. J., May 19. —Penn-
sylvania leads all jurisdictions of the
order, according to reports submitted
yesterday to the Supreme Castle,
Knights of the Mystic Chain, in annual
J convention here. With a total member
j ship of 21,000, allowing 3,000 for the
woman's branch, there are 14,000
knights in the Keystone State alone,
the balance being distributed through
| out Virginia, West Virginia, 'Maryland,
New Jersey and New York.
The greater part of yesterday was
devoted to the receiving of reports and
: bestowing of degrees. Supreme Com
j mander Theodore Cook, of Philadelphia,
I is presiding. >,
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1915.
WANTED—A boy about IS or 10 years
of ager one who can furnish good rei
erence; for inside work. Apply GRAND
UNION TEA CO.. 208 N. Second St.
WANTED—IO good appearing men for
Lancaster, Reading. Lebanon, Harris
burg and .suburban towns: can earn $3
to $1 per day; good advancement. Call
S to 9 a. m„ or 1 to 6 p. m., 409 Patriot
EXPERIENCED boarders wanted. Ap
ply NEW IDEA HOSIERY CO., Four
teenth and Mayflower Sts., Harrisburg.
EXPERIENCED overlooker or seamer
for hosiery: steady work. Apply
NEW IDEA HOSIERY CO.. South Four
teenth St.. Harrisiburg, Pa.
EXPERIENCHD paperhangers wanted.
Apply at 326 Reily. J. E. WILSON.
WANTED—2S c«rpenters to call at the
Hershey House to-nigl>t; steady Job.
WINDOWS CLEANED, cellars cleaned
and whitewashed; lawns mowed and
hedges trimmed: automobiles washed
and polished. Bell phone 1319 J.
WANTED—*A position as gardener, by
a man who can give good reference.
Address WM. EHB, 132 Locust St., Me
WANTED—A young man, 30 years of
age, wants any kind of work: willing
to go on farm. Address C., 1.58 Market
St., Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED—Colored man wishes general
housework, waller or butler. Can give
reference. Apply 168 Ridge St., Steelton.
YOUNG MAN wishes position as jitney
driver or chauffeur for private fam
ily; will work salary or commission.
Can do own repairing. J. P. H., S9 :>
Third St.. City.
HELP WANTED—MALE AND FE
WANTED—White man and wife, with
out children, for service at suburban
place iti Harrisburg. Man to care for
horses and garden; woman for general
housework; permanent place at good
wages for reliable couple wilio can
"make good." Address, with references,
B. H., Box 655. Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED—A good, clean white girl for
general housework. Must bo ablje to
give best of reference. Apply 613 Herr
street, or call 2135 M, on Bell phone.
WANTED—MiddIe-aged white woman
for boarding house. Apply at once
a/ 2015 N. Seventeenth St., City.
WANTED—A bright girl to take charge
of Oat work department; experience
unnecessary, but must be able to handle
girls. TROY LAUNDRY, 1520-26 Ful
WANTED—Yampers, tip stitchers and
headers. Apply ilarrisburg Shoe Man
ufacturing Go., Veruon St., Harrisburg,
WANTED—Experienced help. Ap
ply Silk Mill, corner North and
Second streets, Ilarrisburg, Pa.
WANTED Girls over 16
years of age to learn cigar
making. Paid while learn
ing. Apply at Harrisburg
Cigar Company, 500 Race
WANTED—A situation by a middle
aged woman, as dishwasher, house
keeper or light housework. Apply 1227
Fulton St., City.
WANTED—A colored woman wants
housework of any kind. Address 6
Haehnlen Avenue, City.
INDUSTRIOUS WOMAN, with 7-year
old boy, desires position as house
keeper in town or country Call or
address MRS. R„ 626 Race St., City.
YOUNG LADY, 15' years of age. would
like position around the house or in
the kitchen. Apply 424 S. Cameron St.
YOUNG LADY desifOs a position at gen
eral housework. Call or address 359
Frederick street, Steelton, Pa.
WANTED Situation by experienced
stenographer and typewriter; also
adept in use of dictaphone; losing pres
ent situation on account of firm closing
its Harrisburg offices. Address P. <O.
box 542, Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED —A respectable white woman
wishes position as a good plain cook,
in or out of the city. Address MARIA
PACKING—'A. «. SHRENK. 1306 North
Sixth street, rir«t class packer of fur
niture, china and Drlcabric. Bell phone
K. J. CAMPIIELI,
1000 Paxton street^^^^^^^
A LIBERAL REWARD will be paid for
any information regarding the new
clothing stolen from my store May 3,
1915. JOSEPH MAISANO, Merchant
Tailor, u 1-ifth St.
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
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. 145 a Vernon
St. Bell phone 3617.1.
FIREPROOF STORAGE—«Pr!vate rooms
for household goods, $2.00 per month
and up, We Invite inspection. Low
insurance. 437-445 South Second St.
HARRISBURG STORAGE COMPANY.
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.
ANY PERSON NEEDING MONEY in
amounts from $o to )50, holding a
salaried position, would be benetited by
calling on us. EMPLOYES' DISCOUNT
CO.. 36 N. Third St.
PIANO MOVING, tuning, packing and
storing; work done by experts. WIN
TER PIANO CO., 23 N. Fourth St. Bell
GEORGE W. SHULER
52- S. Fifteenth St.
Bell Phone 28#SR
How About That Summer Outing ?
"llon't aatlaf)' foarwlf tvlth nlnlim"
FOR SALE AT PERDIX
Three mlnutew walk from station.
Wayne Cottage, practically new sum
mer and winter home with roomy
Double Drrk Mrcpinß Porches facing
river and mountain; cellar under
PHrt of house: good well of water:
best of neighbors. Kour thousand
dollar Imniialon within 200 feet of
the property; Keen demand for aum
mer rental* nvakc tills property
better than a ten per cent, invest
ment, To induce quick buying 1 will
sell the above at a price fully twen
ty-five per cent, cheaper than yolf
can build—giving immediate posses
sion and will arrange Kany Term* io
suit—or Will Kiehanur on City prop
erty. —' i
Special clean-up of remaining I'er
rili l.ota—Just six in all at better
than bargain prices—better phone
this office and arrange to look PKlt-
A. C. YOUNG
2« NOHTH THIRD ST.
\ j About 4,000 sq. ft., third i |
jj floor, fire-proof building ij
11 Corner of Aberdeen & ji
l| Strawberry Avenues i|
:i Freight Elevator Service ii
11 Commonwealth I!
11 222 Market Street i|
If you work, keep house,
pay your bills and need
money for a good purpose,
we can supply it in
''amounts of $S to at
legal ra.tes, payable weekly
Organized in 1909 by
local people with local cap
ital to save borrowers from
extortion, the Co-opera
tive, regardless of what
others advertise, still leads
for business rates, terms
204 CHEST* UT ST.
Open daily from S h. m. to
6 p. in., and Wednesday and
Saturday evenings until 0
Lost and Found
FOUND—The well-dressed man. He
always sends his clothes to Eggert s
Steam Dyeing and French Cleaning
Works. 12f5 Market St. Do you? Call
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. Call
ing and delivering.
LOST—Sunday, May 16. lTls" a gold
watch, iit Steelton. near Front and
Oonestoga streets. Engraved S. S. 011
back. Liberal reward if returned to
1309 S. Cameron. R. R. RICKERT.
New Territory North of Siberia
Valuable discoveries of new land
north of Siberia, says Router, have been
announced as the result of the hydro
graphical work in those seas of the
Russian iee-braakers Taimyr and Vai
gatz. The new territory stretches for
some 200 miles,—London Chronicle.
Globe Indemnity Company, N. Y.,
WILL (iO ON YOUR BOND
The Neefe Agency, Kunkel Bldg.
r AD 11 Lo k A *
rst atlona ' B an ' (
€1 . i ■—»
Second Hand Building Material
All kinds second-hand Lumber, Brick, Sasli, Win
dow Frames, Doors—all sizes. Inquire at the Old
Stettin Hoat Plant, 136 Shoi't Street, or Hotel Plaza.
THE CONN. WRECKING CO.
Real staft and Insurance
Office No. 18 N. Third
St., Harrisburg, Pa.,
Elegant Suburban Home
on West Third St., New
dwelling on lot 50x140;
lias all improvements.
Owner moving to Phila
delphia and will sell at a
613 Mahantongo St.—
3-story frame dwelling— J
8 rooms and bath. Posses
sion at once, $ll.OO
Colonel Samuel D. Lehr Succumbs to
Second Stroke of Apopiexy
Alleiitown, PH., Ma.v 19. —After an
illness of four months with apoplexy,
Colonel Samuel 1). Lrhr, councilman,
former mayor anil former oitv engineer
of Alleiitown, died bust night at tho
age of 77. lie suffered a second stroke
at noon, which resulted in a coma from
which he never awoke.
After serving as a captain in the civil
war he was City engineer for thirty
years, and such was public confidence
in him that after serving as mayor ho
was called to serve as a common coun
cilman. After commission government
was ado, ted he was the first man urged
to run and received a tremendous vote,
being placed at, the head of the high
nay department. Jle was a Democrat
aud the foremost Bryan Democrat in
For many years he was colonel of
the Fourth regiment, N. U. I'., and Gov
ernor Tener breveted him a brigadier
general. His wife and one daughter sur
Philadelphia Prodiwv. Market
Philadelphia, May 19.—Wheat lower;
No. :! red. car lots, export, 151 #154;
No. 1 northern, Dulutli export, lti:i®<l6s.
Corn steady; No. 2 spot, export, 75 Vs
Oats steady; No, 2 white,
liran steady; winter, per ton, $29.00;
spring;, per ton, 25.50®26,00.
Refined sugars steady; powdered. 6.10;
tine granulated, 6.00; confectioners' A,
Butter steady; western creamery, ex
tra, -S; nearby prints, fancy, 31.
Eggs firm; nearby firsts, free case,
6.15; current receipts, free case, 5.55;
western extra firsts, free ease, 6.15;
firsts, free case. 5.701(5.85.
l.ive poultry lower; fowls, 16V&@17%;
roosters. MS/12; chickens, broilers, 20
4<30; turkeys, 13@15; ducks, 135elo;
Dressed poultry firm; fresh killed
fowls, fancy, 1S Sj 18 V 6 ; average, 16® IS;
unattractive. H<(i)ls; old roosters, 1314;
frozen fowls, lii®18: roasting chickens,
17©)-0; broiling chicken-. 220L27: tur
keys. 1 S<o)22; ducks, l2£f]S; geese. 12
Potatoes weaker; Pennsylvania, per
Un-'ul. 50H'."i2: Maine, per bushei, 48Q)
50; New York, per bushel, 35@42.
I !n'.ir firmer; winter straight, 7.00®
T.J siiring straight, 7.3a@7,50; patent,
I lay higher; No. t large bales, 20.00#
20.50; No. i medium bales, 20.00#20.50;
No. 2. IN. oot? 19.O0; No. 3, 15.50# 16.50;
sample. I :.on# 15.00; light mixed, 19.00
ti 1 i'.r.o; No. 1, 18.00 # 15.50; No. 2, 16,00
Chicago Live Stock Market
Chicago, May 19.—Hogs—-Receipts,
33.000; slow. Bulk, 7.50#7.60; light, 7.35
Hi 7.65: mixed, 7.35#7.65: heavy, 7.15#
7.60; rough. 7.15 ft 7.30; pigs. 5.75167.35.
Cattle —Receipts, 16,000; weak. Native
beef steers, 6.90#9.20; western steers,
6.10#7.90; cows and heifers, 3.25®8.75;
Sheep—Receipts, 10,000; steady. Sheep,
7.70#8.50; lambs, email@example.com.
Remove Nail From Child's Throat
Three year old Martin Proh, 235
Orchard avenue, Steelton, was operat
ed on at the Harrisburg hospital ves
- terday for swallowing a nail, which
lodged in his larynx. His condition is
not serious. The child was playing in
'he yard when he found the nail,
which he placed in his mouth and
Training School Commencement
Lebanon, May 19. —The annual
comencement exercises of the Training
School for Nurses at the Uood Samari
tan hospital will be held on Tuesday
evening, May 25, when a number of
young women who have completed a
three years' course in nursing will be
presented with diplomas. The exercises
will be held in the Nurses' Home,
LAWYERS' PAPER BOOKS
Printed at this office in best style, at
lowest prices and on Bhort notice.
Continued From Ktrlt Pace,
their present posts while David Lloyd
George, the chancellor of the exche
quer, and Mr. Churchill probably will
tak new positions.
Of the conservative* Andrew Bonar
Law, the opposition leader in the House
of Commons, former Premier Balfour,
Lord Derby and Austen Chamberlain
almost certainly would enter the cab
inet and either Lord Citrzon, Lord Mil
ner or the Karl of Selborue, from the
conservative leaders iu the House of
Lords. The labor party probably will
bo represented by the Right Honorable
Arthur Henderson, its chairman, and
there is talk of both of the Irish lead
ers, .John Kcdmoud and Sir Edward
Carson, becoming members.
Wants All Parties Represented
For nine months the Liberal cabinet
has conducted the war government
with loyal support from the leaders of
the Conservative party in Parliament.
Since the month of May brought the
most critical days of the great strug
gle upon them, the British people of
all parties lave become more and more
convinced that the management of
their destinies by one political party
eonnat bring the full strength of the
nation into the struggle. Consequently
a reorganization of the forces it is
thought would meet a growing popular
Undercurrent of Discontent
The Conservative newspapers have
not felt the name obligation to respect
the party truce that the Parliamentary
leaders have shown and the criticisms
of government policies and of certaiu
cabinet members have stirred up an
undercurrent of discontent throughout
The rupture between Admiral Fish
er and Mr. Churchill is no surprise.
One is a stiff-necked old man who is
popularly credited with Iboth the de
termination and the ability to command
the navy as masterfully as Kitchener
commands the army, while the other is
a strenuous and ambitious young man
who is equally resolved to ont'oree his
own views and naval policy.
Considering Unionist Leaders
"The government has definitely
sought the co-operation of fhe opposi
tion ami opposition leaders have, in
principle, consented to join them,"
says the parliamentary correspondent
of the "Times" in discussing the
coalition cabinet, "but nothing is like
ly to be decided upon until the Union
ist leaders have obtained the formal
backing of their followers at a partv
meeting. There can be little doubt of
the result, for although the Unionist
party never has been ( enamored of
coalition, the present situation has
neither precedent nor parallel. If an
equal share of power is offered, not
merely in weight of numbers but in the
importance of offices, such an offer put
forward on patriotic grounds cannot
reasonably lie rejected when the alter
native is either a steadily weaking gov
ernment or a funeral election. The
labor party also naturally would be
represented in such a national govern
Break Between Fisher and Churchill
All the morning papers agree that
the government's increasing difficulties
led them to seek the co-operation of
The trouble between Winston Spen
cer Churchill, first load of the Ad
miralty, and Lord 'Fisher resulted from
the British <'abinet sanctioning the first
naval attack on the Dardanelles in
ignorance of the fact that the sea
lords were opposed to naval operations
unsupported by a land force. Lord
Fisher felt acutely the discredit of the
sea lords thus involved aud decided to
resign. Faced with an acute minis
terial crisis accompanied by angry par
liamentary debates, the government re
solved to seek a coalition with the
Among the latest rumors is one to the
effect that Lord Kitchener is to become
generalissimo and that David Lloyd
Oeorge will succeed him at the war of
300 NEWSBOYS AT CARNIVAL
They Attend Firemen's Show—Orphans
Are Quests at Moose Affair
Two hundred orphan children from
the various ('harUable institutions of
the city were the guests of the Loyal
Order of Moose at their carnival at
Sixth and Mahantongo streets yester
day afternoon, and last night the news
boys and the messengers of the West
ern Union and Postal Telegraph Com
panies were the guests of the Harris
burg Volunteer Firemen's Association
at the Fcrari carnival, at Third and
There were 300 members of the Har
risburg Newsboys' Association at the
firemen's carnival and President Wag
ner Hoffman, of the-association, to-day
extended the thanks of the boys to the
firemen for the good time they had.
The Newsboys' Association will meet
at 8 p. m. on Friday 1n the rooms of
the Harrisburg News Agency, 108
Chestnut street, at which time the com
mittee on permanent quarters will re
Excavation Work Progressing
The excavations for the Boyd Mem
orial building across from the Pine
Street Presbyterian cliurish, on South
street, are expected to be completed
within two -weeks. The building is to
be ready for use by September t, ac
cording to plans. The salaries of the
workers at the new building are to be
paid from the income of an endowment
of $30,00'0 Ibequeathed by the late
John Y. Boyd. •
Bible Class at Fifth Street
The Immanuel Bible class, taught
by W. W. Rugh, Bible director of the
Philadelphia branch of the National
Bible Institute of New York, will meet
in the Fifth Street Methodist church,
Fifth street and Granite avenue, at 8
o'clock to-night. This short series of
studies by Mr. Rugh is on the subject
and purpose of the books of the Bible.
Carolina Preacher Coming
The Christian and Missionary Alli
ance will hold servken in the Swab
building, Thirteenth and Market
streets, to-morrow afternoon at 2.30
o'clock anil in the evening at 7.30
o'clock. The Rev. F. N. Rossiter, of
Winston Salem, N. C., who is well
known in this city, ■will have charge
of the services.
Dam Opened to Fiah Navigation
The representative of the Depart
ment. of Fisheries stationed at McOall's
Kerry dam to make observations of the
fishway in the dam reported to-day that
salmon and other fish are ascending the
fishway. This is good news for Harris
ORDERS OF $16,000,000
GIVEN OUT BY THE PENNSY
Contracts for 1-1,018 Freight Cars of
All Types Are Awarded by Rail
road—Many Plants Will Profit—
Steady Work for Thousands
Philadelphia, May 19.—Orders for
$16,000,000 worth of freight cars were
given*.yesterday by the Pennsylvania
Railroad. This is by far the largest
expenditure of money for equipment
made by a railroad in several years
aud is tnken as indication of the re
turn of prosperity. Work upon these
orders will give employment to thou
sands of men all over the country.
The $16,000,000 is the greater part
of the $20,000,000 recently appropri
ated by the Pennsylvania for the re
placement of its rolling stock. The
other $4,000,000 will be spent by the
railroad itself in the manufacture of
locomotives at its Altoona shops. All
the money will be spent during tikis
The ord'ers given vesterdav are for
14,04;! cars of all kinds for use on th(
lines both Vast and west of Pittsburgli.
In this total are included 3,500 boj
cars, 324 refrigerator cars, 3,000 gon
dola cars and 7,2 19 hopper cars.
The work was distributed among n
number of her car works. The Pesseci
Steel Car Company will make 2,800
the American *ar and Foundry Com
pany will make 3,443; the Stan'd'ard
steel Car Company will make 1,000,
the Cambria Steel Company will*make
3,300, Haskell and Barker will mak«
2,500, and the Ralston Steel Car Com
pany will make 1,000. This will be »
big boom for all these plants,, whicb
will work full blast from now on.
Still another big expenditure, whicl
will further aid the situation, is expect
ed in the next few weeks. It is un
derstood that the Pennsylvania has al
ready placed orders for 12,000 tons ol
steel rails and will need about 170,
000 tons in all, for which orders will
be given during the year. Bids hav«
been received this week and the officer!
of the company may have them undei
consideration now. This announce
nieut will bring another boom.
ITALY HiTS CLOSER
TO THE WAR CAME
Continued Froiu Firttt I'afce.
day morning, it now is stated, and
diplomatic, circles believe that aftei
sucl% a step rupture is imminent be
tween Italy and' her former allies.
Urgent calls were sent out for s
Cabinet meeting at 9.30 o'clock and
announcements of what transpired wer«
awaited with impatience in political
and diplomatic circles but the ministers
ended their conference at midnight
without making any statement for pub
Rumania's Position With Italy
Home, May 19.—Rumania's'attitude
regarding the war is being watched
with keenest interest as no oflicial an
nouncement has been made as to wheth
er the cordial relations which always
1 have existed betweeu that country and
| Italy have been transformed into an
i actual alliance. There undoubtedly is a
j diplomatic understanding between tha
| two governments its Prince Kliika, the
Rumanian minister, is the only foreign
'diplomat who has had long daily inter
views with Foreign Minister Houuiiio
during the past fortnight.
Italy's Green Book on War
The Green book containing diplo
matic documents designed to show tho
attitude of Italy since the beginning of
the war and the efforts made to recon
cile the obligations of the triple alii
j ance with Italian national aspirations
: was "set up" in one night by the type
setters employed by the Chamber of
Deputies. Every precaution was taken
to prevent the printers from communi
cating with persons outside their of
j lice and they were reminded that any
j betravel of the secrets contained in tho
Green book would make them punish
able t>y several years imprisonment un
der the law recently enacted for the
defense of the state.
Will Show Why Italy Fights
The lirecn book is said to show that
J if Italy fights it will be because of
i necessity and that during the ncgoti
j ations with Austria its representatives
apparently had failed to realize that
! Italy was firmly determined to enter
I the war if she was unable to obtain
; satisactorv territorial concessions by
! diplomatic action.
The documents s?ek to demonstrate
I that Austria failed from the first to
understand that one of Italy's chief
j purposes was to have her recognize tho
justice of the demands made by this
country. For Italy it was a question
of maintaining her dignity before tho
world and gaining het object at any
cost. The Green book contains also
the note of May 4 in which Italy, after
summarizing the course of events and
emphasizing that Austria's course had
been contrary to the letter and spirit
of the triple alliance treaty, denounced
RUSSIAN GENERAL CAPTURED;
BIG BATTLE AT PERMYBLSOON
London, May 19.—General Korni
lieff, commander of tho Forty-eighth
Russian division, which cut its way
through overwhelming German forces
in the Galieiau retreat, has been cap
tured, according to a Petrograd dis
patch to the Reuter Telegram Company.
He continued to command rear guard
actions, leading bayonet charges, al
though severely wounded.
Dispatches from the San river indi
cate that a tremendous battle is immi
nent north of Perinysl. The main
strength of the Austro-German forces
is concentrated between Jasarlow aud
For Compulsory Military Training
London, May 19.—Tho Amsterdam
correspondent of the "Post" says the
Dutch War Minister announced iu
Parliament that a bill is being prepared
providing for universal compulsory
military training. This'measure would
increase the army to approximately
Turks Reinforcing Peninsula
lx>ndon, iMqfr 19.—The Turks are
hurrying troops, provisions aud mu
nitions from Lulehurgas ami Keshan to
the Gallipoli peninsula. All siege guns
and modern artillery have been removed
from Adrianople and sent to tho Aegean
coast. Keshan aud Malgara are being