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FRIDAY EVENING, HXRRISBURG TELEGRXPH MARCH 27,1914. Golden Opportunities Are Offered in These Small Advertisements Died LUCAS March 25. 1914, William B. Lucas, aged 68 years. Short services will be held at home, 1207 North Third street, at 1 o'clock P. M., Saturday, after which ■•rvices will bo held at 2 o clock at the Venbrook Church of 9 *. S with and friends are invited to attend with out further notice. Burial East H&r rlaburg Cemetery. MILIJEH On Thursday. March 26. 1914, Dr. Alvin J. Miller. Funeral Saturday. March 28, from hl» late residence. 15 South Third street, at I P. M. Kindly omit flower*. . Help Wanted—Male A BOY to work In bakery. On® with experience. Apply 45 North Four teenth street. AT ONCE, two strictly first-class plumbers. Call between 12 and 1 o'clock, ov 6 and 8 o clock. F • W. Beuwer, 1928 Logan street. _ _ _ BOT in jewelry store, to learn clock and watch repairing. Address G., sol, care of Telegraph. BOY to run "errands and to make him self useful around office. Answer in own handwriting. Address 8., 86i, care of Telegraph. t BRIGHT, honest boy. about 16 years of age. to learn manufacturing Jew eler's trade. Paid while learning. Ref erence required. Apply Mr. Abe Med nik. 381 Market street. FIRST-CLAS*?, experienced paper hanger?, at ohce. Apply Wallpaper Department, Bowman & Co. MAN of character and ability to take charge of office on salary. Must invest SI,OOO to $2,000. Properly secured. Es tablished business. No triflers. Address W., 864, care of Telegraph. PAPERHANGERB WANTED. Good wages. Also boy that understands something about the business. G. M. Moore, No. 918 Capital street. PLUMBERS. Must be first-class me chanics. M. H. Baker, 1426 Derry street. $75.00 MONTH paid Government Rail way Mail Clerks. Parcel Post means many appointments. Harrlsburg exami nations coming. "Pull" unnecessary. Sample questions free. Franklin Insti tute, Dept. 361-L, Rochester. N. Y. Help Wanted—Female A THOROUGHLY experienced button hole operator on power machine. Steady work, good wages, at Jennings' Manu facturing Co., 414-416 State street. DININGROOM girl, also dishwasher; white preferred. Apply 32S North street. GIRLS WANTED. Apply Keystone Laundry Co., corner Harris and Wallace streets. FIFTY experienced operators for uewing on power machines; paid while learning. Apply S. Silver. V'orster and Cowden streets. LADY CANVASSERS WANTED. $5.00 to SIO.OO a day can be made by live agents. Apply 446 Delaware avenue. City. LEARN DRESSMAKING In one of the best dressmaking schools in America. Make your own dresses while learning Night and Day classes. Work's Dress making School. 22 North Fourth street. SEWING MACHINE also learners, to make aprons, etc. Harrisburg Apparel Co.. over City Star Laundry, State street, rear entrance. TWENTY MORE thoroughly expert- J enced operators on power machines. Jennings' Manufacturing Co., 414-416 State street. Wanted-10(0) Girls: CIGAR MAKERS Suction Table Wcrk, Sellers and Bunch Kakers. Steady Werz Guaranteed. Apply Royal Havasa Cigar Mfg. Co. ■ 4C? and 109 East Saratoga St. Baltimore, Md. WOMAN not under 25 or over 45 I years, for permanent business opportu nity. Address M„ 854, care of Tele graph. Situation.* W anted—Male ELEVATOR MAN wants position. Ad- I dress Box X, 866. care of Telegraph. SALESMAN AND SOLICITOR, experi enced, desires position; references. P. ; O. Box 271, Lykens, Pa. YOUNG man wants office work'sev eral hours each day or week; thorcugh- ' ly experienced; can operate typewriter 1 and take work T«o be done at home, If necessary. Address Box 859, care of 1 Telegraph. Situations Wanted—Female V BY white woman, position at general housework. Foreign birtli; can speak I several languages. Farmie Kranth, 167 | Christian street, Steelton, Pa. COLORED girl desires position as j chambermaid, or cook, in hotel. Call, ! or address, 1210 Wallace street. DAY'S work. 1733~ North Seventh I street. WOMAN wants washing and ironing to do at home. Call 927 Grand street. WOMAN wishes nursing during con finement or general sickness; experi enced. Call, or address 2022 Wallace street. City. FOR RENT HOUSES 1908 Greenwood St., 3 s. f„ 8 r.,..5Ll I 2141 Atlas St., 2% s. b., 7 r. & b., sl3 i 218 Mulberry St, 2 s. b„ 6 r. ... *l3 | 1500 S. 12th St., 2 s. b.. 8 »18 1635 S. 13th St., 2 s. b.. 8 r »16 326 Strawberry Ave., 3 s. b., 8 r., 4>20 Market St., 3 s. b., 8 r., 9^7.50 1108 Green St., 3 S. b., 8 r. B *3O 2014 N. 3d St., 3 s. b., 9 r. & b., *3O 1024 S. 18th St., 2% B. b., 8 r. & b„ *35 1527 N. Second St., 3 a. b., 10 r„ b. & front porch, side entrance, *45 NEWPORT Marshall property—fur nished house, stable and 2 acres of ground. APAIITMENTS 314 S. l?th St., third floor house keeping apartment *3B 128 Walnut St., second floor housekeeping apartment 3 rooms and bath city steam heat ION N. Second St.." 4th floor housekeeping apartment G rooms and bath city steam heat The Donaldson —Second, near Locust street very desirable single rooms and suites of two, three and four rooms (no housekeeping). STORE ROOMS AND OFFICES 409 Market St., room on 3d floor, *lO 412 Market St., two rooms *3O 325 Market St., store room. 25x160 ft. 323 Broad St., 3-story brick and basement (24x125 ft. to rear allevi 512-520 Market St., United States Hotel property 75 rooms—entire or by floors. Mlddletown Store room on Union I street J35 j Miller Bros. & Neefe Locust and Court Streets. v —J\ t Situations Wanted—Fen^ale YOUNG woman. 20 years old, would Ilka to keep house for widower; don't i object to one or two children. Address A.. 856, care of Telegraph. • Real Estate For Sale ; New louses Ready Sew aeml-bungalow style houses. Green and Woodbine Streets, now ready for occupancy. Excellent lo cation. Modern throughout. Indi vidual porches Slenrn Ilcat llardmood Floors Open lire place Tile Bathroom Laundry In Cellar Combination Gas and Electric Fixtures excellent finish throughout. Sample house open for Inspection. Representative al ways on ground. For prices and terms consult C. 1- l.ong. Green snd Woodbine streets. f FARM, 80 acres, 50 acres tillable, 30 ' acres woodland, nice timber; farm lm» 1 plcments, 1 horse, 4 cows, 3 pigs, 150 ' chickens, 150 fruit trees, new elght . room house, cemented walks, barn and stable for 20 head, well and spring with food water; 12 miles from Harrisburg; from Duncannon; side Newport road, 5 minutes' from railroad station; school ' house on place; oil plant near farm; good market on place. Price, $2,500; ' ' cash, $1,500, balance easy terms. Sell ; j ins because old age. John Dorgo, R. F. i ! D.. No. 1, Box 24, Sulphur Springs, Dun- 1 I cannon. Pa. 1 WILBUR LAND SALE House lots, j ■ $79 to $179, tlvo and ten dollars down, | 50c week; 15 per cent, discount for j 1 cdsh. No interest or taxes for two j years. FREE lot in case of death. : Guarantee against loss on account of | 1 , sickness or loss of work. TITLE GUAR i ANTE ED. We are OWNERS, not agents. We buy fur cash. Have ' agencies in 71 cities. Address Agent i ' j Wilbur Land Co., P. O. Box 364. Har risburg. Make appointment, quick, to ' j secure these lots. 1 TWO line homes, will be finished | , March 15. Nine rooms and latest and ' ! only practical, common sense bath- I 1 room. Sttam heated; large front and • | back porches; ornamental fixtures 1 throughout; reception hall; open stair- , case; laundry room and stationary 1 wash tubs; outdoor Bleeping chamber with south side exposure, size 15x8; 12 ; minutes by trolley to Market Square. For further Information call P. Vander- ] ! 100. Masonic Temple Building, Third and i [ State streets. j i ! FRAME HOUSE, located on Griggs j street, between Second and Third; 8 rooms and bath. Will be sold at sacri fice if sold this Spring. Address S. 0., j ! No. 1001, care of Telegraph. I ONE-ACRE FRUIT AND CHICKEN j FARM located one mile north of ! i Progress trolley line two-and-one- ' 1 half-story frame dwelling—s rooms ; 125 fruit trees • 2 chicken houses. Price, $1,650.00. -Possession at once, j Brinton-Packer Co., Second and Walnut , streets. i S-ACRE FARM; all necessary build i lugs; water in house; Ideal place for j i poultry; 5 minutes' walk north of Beaver subway, beneath Reading Kail ; way; on Hummelstown car line. In- ' j quire T. C. Bailey, on premises. NEW HOUSE. Hamacher and Eschle- ! man streets, Ilighsplre Pressed brick ! —slate roof and hardwood finish porch j —steam heat gas electric Tight. ! A bargain. Easy terms. Apply Har- ' risburg Trust Co. ; NEW property, corner Reglna and ! Reservoir streets—all modern improve i ments yellow pressed brick 9 rooms and bath. Size, 19x86. Price. I $4,200. Inquire A. F. Werner. 213 • j Chestnut street. 2460 N. SIXTH ST. S-storv brick— I 8 rooms, bath and furnace front and ! i rear porcli lot, 15x135 possession i at once. Price, $3,100.00. Brinton- Packer Co., Second and Walnut streets ! I 812 CAPITAL STREET, 3-story brick ; dwelling S rooms and bath hot and cold water hot water heating plant side entrance centrally lo- i cated. M. A. Fought. 272 North street. | RESIDENCE on Front street, Rock- j ville; frame: 9 rooms; slate roof; paved | street; one minute from trolley. Call, i or write, H. R. Shirk, Sixth above Di- I vision street, Harrisburg, Pa. HOUSES FOR SALE IX ENOLA I fvOS. 145-147-149 COLUMBIA ROAD. I i Most desirable location. Liberal terms. inquire C. D. Bowman, Owner. 227 Ma f clay street. Harrisburg. 2140 PENN STREET, 3-story brick dwelling hot and cold water—steam ! heat front porch 8 rooms and bath ; —side entrance. M. A Fought 272! ' North street. A CHOICE building plot. 60x140, line- I )ly located, in Camp Hill. I need the ! ; money and will sell cheap to quick ; i buyer. Address Lots, care of Harrisburg i Telegraph. j TWO three-story houses, one brick I and one frame, on Sixtli street near j Muench. Will sell cheap to quick | l buyer. Apply 1838 North Sixth street! ! 2120 PENN STREET, 3-story brick! i dwelling 8 rooms and bath hot and ! cold water furnace front porch. | I M. A. Fought, 272 North street. I *1,500 CASH wil buy two brick i houses renting fror sls per month each. ;A 10 per cent, investment. Address j Houses, care of Telegraph. ReaJ Estate For Rent Desirable residence, 1503 N. Second, in perfect order; side entrance; front porcli; every con venience. Steam heated, Vapor system. Inquire .210 Pine Street. Phone 3687. FOR RENT j BEAUTIFUL, up-to-date 8-room house, 1805 State street; bath; steam heat; combination llxtures; laundry ! tubs; large porches; fine view; relined ! I location. Call at 1209 North Third, Cameron buiiding. FOR REST MARSHALL PROPERTY furnished I | house, stable and 2 acres of ground— | i mile east of P. R. R. Station at New- I port, Perry County. Miller Bros. & ! Neefe, Harrisburg. 1841 Zarker street $20.00 j 1434 Berryhill street 20.00 i 1734 Market street 30.00 ! Suburban homestead 25.00 I 1500 Walnut street 25.00 1 J. E. GIPPLE, | 1251 Market street. 2828 GARFIELD AND DERRY STS.— Seven rooms and bath all conveni ences brand new house heat fur nished above Geo. Klchman & Son's Grocery Store. Apply above address. 1527 NORTH SECOND STREET desirable house lO rooms and bath olectrlc lights front and side porches —possession at once sl6. Miller Bros. & Neefe, Bell phone 1695. NEW 6-room house, at Edgemont. one-half mile north of Penbrook. Rent $6.00, or sale price, S6OO. Lots are 30x 120, w'»h stable. G. 8. Hartman. 38 North Twelfth street. City. FOR RENT f 1108 GREEN ST. 3-story brick | 8 rooms bath steam heat front Eorch s3O. Allller Bros. & Neefe, ocust and Court Streets. I 230 PEFFER STREET, 10 rooms! I with all improvements. Rent, $25.00 per month. Inquire Samuel Katzmun, j 1207 North Seventh street. ■Real Estate For Rent I. AT $22. an 8-room brick house; all improvements; lot, 118x220 ft; Camp Hill Heights; possession Immediately. Call Bell phone No. 3048 L 426 S. SEVENTEENTH STREET, three-story brick; 9 rooms and bath; all improvements; $20.00. Apply Back enstoss, 1425 % Derry street » 225 BOAS STREET 9 rooms and bath improvements hall good location rear entrance. Rent $30.00. Apply 815 Green street. 417 NORTH STREET; 8 rooms and bath; all Improvements; rent reason able. Apply on premises. Real Estate For Sale or Rent FOR RENT AT *22 OR FOR SALE AT *3,800 An 8-room brick house slate roof porches steam heat all improve ments lot. 118x220 ft. Camp Hill Heights, 8 minutes' walk from trolley. Call Bell phone 3048 L 183 ACRES 46 perches farm land, 36 acres mountain land, known as the "Squire Miller Farm" In West Hanover Township, Dauphin County, on the Manada Gap Road, about 4 miles from Llnglestown. Apply Commonwealtn Trust Co.. Real Estate Department, 222 Market street, Harrisburg. •\partments For Rent 1 UNFURNISHED second floor; 3 (rooms, bath; 20 ft. balcony; very cheer ii ful. Steam heat and gas for light | housekeeping furnished. Apply 1409 Vernon street. FURNISHED APARTMENT for rent from April I to October I, 6 rooms, S3O. I References exchanged. Adults only. Address Box C, 858, caro of Telegraph. APARTMENT, 5 rooms with bath; both telephone: all improvements; very desirable for man and wife; sl6. Apply 1745 North Sixth street. I FURNISHED second floor apartment, | 3 rooms, with use of bath and front i porch. Possession at once. Call S9 | North Seventeenth street. Rooms For Rent TWO. adjoining rooms, third floor; | very desirable for young, married couple; furnished or unfurnished; rent I reasonable; South Fourteenth street. I Address P., 863, care of Telegraph Office. FURNISHED second floor front suite, j consisting of large living room, bed room and private bath, modern In every 1 way, reference required. 218 Pine j Street ONE furnished second floor front room; all modern improvements; sult ; able for married couple or two gentle- I men. Apply 1217 North Second street. ! furnished front room with steam heat, ail conveniences; centrally . located; for gentleman only. Apply 211 ! Locust stret. NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, with ■ every modern convenience, Including steam heat, for rent. Apply 7 North | Thirteenth street, Sunday or evenings. ; THREE second floor furnished or uii ! furnished rooms, single or en suite; all | rooms face street. Apply 210 Munech ! street. / i LARGE second-story front room for j rent; all conveniences; one block from i Capitol. 410 Br.ggs street. j 4 \ FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT; | modern conveniences. 108 North Sec i ond street, Harrisburg, Pa. TWO nicely furnished rooms, for gen tlemen, with city heat and use of bath. Apply 272 Briggs street. SECOND FLOOR front room for rent, j with board; all improvements. 814 I Capital street. I TWO unfurnished rooms, for light i housekeeping, on third floor. 409 Herr street. Rooms and Board TWO nice rooms, with all conveni ences— with board use of phone also light housekeeping:. Apply 1341 ernon street. Phone 1094 J. Boarders Wanted ! TWO gentlemen, or man and wife, to 1 I room and board; use of phone. Apply , 214 Reily street, or call 750 J. Rooms Wanted j TWO unfurnished rooms, on second . floor, with use of heat and bath, bv two i ladles. Reasonable rent. Address R., | 860, care of Telegraph. YOUNG gentleman desires nicely fur ! nislied room close in private fam i ily preferred. Address X., 865, care of j Telegraph. Real Estate Wanted WANTED —To rent house (between now and April Ist. I Rental not over $25; Bor 9 rooms, j Preferably above Peffer street. Address, box BUB, carc of Tele graphy . Wanted WANTED—The names of parties willing to entertain delegates to the No-llcense League convention to be held in Harrisburg April 2 and 3. in replying give number you can accom modate. stating if you .lesire to furnish mealts or rooms only, and state terms Address N. L, No. 847, caro of Tele graph. $3,500 at 5 per cent, on first mort gage of North Second street property. Intention being to liquidate a present mortgage at 6 per cent. A good prop erty will make a good Investment. Address C. A. At, care of Telegraph 1 Office. For Salt PUBLIC SALE i THE Cumberland Valley Railroad | Company will offer for public sale, at 110 o clock A. M.. March 28, 1914 upon I the premises, the following buildings ! and structures on Mulberry and Second I Streets. In the Second and Third Wards, i City of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; 107, 109, 113, 115, 117, 119, 121, 123. ! 126, 200%. 201, 203, 205. 207,, 209, 211 |313, 216, 217, 221, 223, 225, 227 and 229 : Mulberry Street, two. two-and-one half and three-story frames and bricks I 135, 200. 201 and 203 South Second Street, three-story bricks. The purchaser shall pay to The Cum berland Valley Ralfroad Company. I through R. M. Huber, its Real Estate Agent, by certified check or United States currency, the amount at which the said buildings and structures are awarded to them, as follows: A cash payment of 25 per cent, shall be made on day of sale and the balance before entering upon the property to remove the material purchased. In all cases where the premises are unoccupied, possession will be given the purchaser immediately. Where th« premises are tenanted, possession will be given Immediately after the premises are vacated. The Cumber land Valley Railroad Company will not be responsible for any damage to prop erty after possession Is given.. The purchaser shall remove the buildings and material not later than thirty (30) days after being give possession by the Railroad Company. All building refuse shall be carted away from the premises by the purchaser. No build ing or structure shall be removed be low tt.e level of the curb line, and the I sidewalks and street pavements are For Sale 1 not to be removed or disturbed by the purchaser. The Cumberland Valley Railroad Company reserves the right to reject or accept any or all bids, and the work of removal shall be performed under the direction of and to the satisfaction of the Real Estate Agent of The Cum berland Valley Railroad Company, or his representative. THE CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAIL ROAD COMPANY. By R. M. HUBER, Real Estate Agent. J no. T. Ensminger, Auctioneer. TRUNKS. Traveling Bags, Suit Ca«es. Gloves. Sole, Karness and Strap Leather. Calfskin, Kip, Do -.gola. Waxed Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample Canes and Leather Specialties made to order and repaired. Harrisburg Har ness and Supply Co.. Second and Chest nut streets CAMPINGS SILVER CAMPINGS (Rev. Jones); fine bred from stuck Imported 1911. Few pairs at $7.60. First prize winners Harrisburg Show. Beautiful in shape, [ color, and proline layers. George Hors ; man. Park avenue, Camp Hill. Pa. LATEST style marble-top lunch counter, from Martha Washington Res taurant; 75 yards inlaid linoleum, 1 electric sign with Basher; store front plate glass, complete with doors; Na tional cash register, cost $350. Call 513 Walnut street. 3. Meltzer. GLASS window signs. Furnished Rooms, Unfurnished Roojns, Rooms and > Board and Table Board, at 26c each. i One of these signs will be given with j each six-timo order for a classified ad. If paid in advance. Inquire at Office of j Telegraph. REAL BARGAIN in Chick Brooders. 11 have three colony houses with two heating apparatuses in each house. I'l hey are built to start and rear chicks jto maturity. A. H. Ranck, Stouffer'a I Poultry Farm, White Hill, Pa. AN old-established business, corner i Fourth and Kelker streets, doing flue ! business—cigars, confectionery and ice cream; also fixtures, including an elec tric motor. Apply J. F. Brown, Fourth and Kelker streets. HATCHING EGGS from vigorous, heavy-laying, farm-raised White Leg horns, from the best egg-laying strain ' in America, SI.OO per Ufteen, $5.00 per hundred. Max Lauffer, Middletown, Pa. 1913 MODEL Indian Motorcycle, twin cylinder, fully equipped. In good con dition. Only run 1,500 miles. For in formation inquire 519 Muench street, after 7 P. M., or call 414 Bell phone. LUNCH ROOM In good section of city. Positively good business and an all night trade. Owner leaving city soon. For full particulars address Box C-16, care of Telegraph. CIGARS—For a limited time, we are giving 12 Havana blended 5c Cigars tree with each Box of 50 of our Per tecto Clears, at $1 per Box, postpaid, Snell & Co., Red Lion, Pa. USED motorcycles; all make..; over hauled and in fine condition; guaran teed to be as represented; call for dem onstration. Hcagy Bros., 1204 North Third street. BICYCLES —• 12 rebuilt bicycles in fine shape. Some good as new. Special prices for to-day and to-morrow's sale. Keystone Supply Co., 811 North Third street. EXTRACTED CLOVER HONEY. $2 per gallon, sl.lO per one-half gallon, delivered by parcel post. Sample, 10c. I'. K. Hostettcr, Route 6. Lltitz, Pa. MOVING PICTURE MACHINE, Edi son Model B, Ft. Wayne Compensarc, electric sign, 2 exit signs. Very cheap. Majestic, Elizabethtown, Pa. BUICK DELIVERY TRUCK 1 ton capacity large covered body good as new. Apply Harrisburg Baking Co., South Cameron street. , INCUBATORS Buckeye standard incubator; guaranteed to hatch every liatchabie egg. Holmes Seed Co., 119 South Second street. ONE font of )u pt. and one font of 12 pt. O. S.. with Antique Linotype Matrices. The Telegraph Printing Co., Harrisburg, Pa. FOR SALE AT GABLE'S, 113-15-17 South Second street, 6.U00 sets new sash Bxlo, 12 light, primed and glazed, at $1.15 per set. ELEPHANT EARS Start these in pots indoors, now; 10c, 20c and 30c each. Holmes Seed Co., 119 South Sec ond street. POOL ROOM AND CIGAR STORE. No reasonable offer refused. Owner leav ing city. Address K„ 857, care of Tele graph. BABY COACH at a bargain—wicker body and hood—in good condition. Ap ply 1308 North Third street. OAKLAND "30" COUPE; fine condi tion; price right. Inquire Paul D. Mess ner, 1118 James street. OAKLAND "30" coupe; tine condition; price right. Inquire Paul D, Messner, 1118 James street. 9 INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS for sale. Good layers. Inquire SoS Oreeti street City. FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the Telegraph Business Office. For bale or Exchange FOR SALE OK EXCHANGE " WELI, LOCATED .LOTS in the Tenth Wnrd; Nome of them on paieil street. Will exchange for Itnitrovrd property An exceptional opportunity f„ T builder. Call end luapect blue print. F. n. Oyster, Trustee, enre of TeleitrnDli Business Office. For Rent STORE ROOM FOR RENT or the corner of Third and Cumberland streets. No. 1200. Show windows side and front. In a live part of Harrls .burg. The largest and best market "Tiouse, two of tne best banks and mauy first-class business houses in the same square. In center of population. Size of room. 33x100 ft. 14-ft ceiling. Up to-date In every particular. Rent from April 1, $125 per month, including heat. J. 8. Slble. 256 Herr street A DESIRABLE 23-foot front business room, or convertible into nice office rooms, on first story, with Improve ments; with adjustable electric sign; good cellar, etc.; close to Kelker Street Market; on east corner Fourth and Kelker streets; an active business cen ter; terms moderate. Inquire of George Brinton, 1736 North Fourth street, Har risburg, Pa. FOR RENT Desirable offices In the Telegraph Building, Hlnaly or eu-auita. inquire at Uualneaa office. VERY DESIRABLE SUMMER RESI~ DENCE MARSHALL PROPERTY FURNISHED HOUSE stable and two acres of ground % mile east of P. R. R. Station, Newport, Perry County. Photographs and full particulars at our office. Miller Bros. & Neefe, Har risburg. FOR RENT STORE ROOM 1302 North Sixth street; kitchen in rear and room up stairs. Rent reasonable. Good loca tion for any kind of business. Apply at 1129 North Sixth street. TWO desirable offices in the Union Trust Building; possession at once. Ap ply Union Trust Co. ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be secured at the Telegraph Business Office. Business Opportunities ANY intelligent person can earn good income corresponding for newspapers; experience unnecessary. Send for par ticulars. Prers Syndicate, 795. Lock port, N. Y, Business Opportunities FOR SALE, AT SACRIFICE IF | taken at once, store stock and fixtures of general store doing large business in thriving town. Will prove volume of business to interested party. Moving to the West only reason for selling. Call and examine stock. M. C. A Clouser, Duncannon, Pa. I MADE $50,000 In five years in the mall order business, began with $5. Send for freo booklet. Tells how. Hea cock, 355 Lockport, N. Y. BRICK YARD A WELL-EQUIPPED Brick Yard for sale, cheap. Apply to E. G. Quickel, York, Pa. Business Personals HAULING H. W. LATHE, Hoarding Stable and National '1 .-nnafer Co. Movers of F ilanos, safes, boilers and general haul ng. 11. W. Latiie, Manager, Fifth and Woodbine streets. Bell phone No. 2503 R. NOTICE Is hereby given that all over due pledges will be forfeited and sold without further notice, unless the same are renewed or redeemed within the next five days. City Loan Office, 411 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa. JOHN F. TWIGG Is prepared to do all kinds of carpenter work. Shop rear 310 North Second street. Bell phone, residence, 3014 Lor 1266 J. Reference, Mr. William E. Bai ley, 401 North Front street FOR falling hair try Gross' Quinine Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone orders given prompt attention. Bell, 1960. R. H. PEFFER. LOCAL EXPRESS and Delivery. Piano and Furniture moving a specialty. Stor age of household goods and furniture packing. Bell phone 1684 J. 1119 Mont gomery, Harrisburg. FEATHER RENOVATING WE are now Renovating Feathers. Making Pillows and Folding Feather Mattresses at the corner of Tenth and Paxton street, near Cameron. B. J. Campbell. ROOF PAINTERS I WILL paint any old roof. Guaran tee a watertight job. All colors. Postal brings me. Maxwell H. Hite. The Roof Paint Man, Box 328, Harrisburg, Pa. ! I REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING [ with best material and by expert help. Send us your worn furniture. Our best I efforts Insure your satisfaction. S. N. Gluck, 320 Woodbine street. WE furnish music for all social' | I events. Small combination for house parties as low as $2.50. Address Zeinbra Mandolin Club, P. O. Box 486, Harrisburg, Pa. NOTICE TO BUILDERS O. IIENRY, Architect and Builder, will save you money. Bungalows a' specialty. 704 South Twenty-fourth street. Bell phone 1675 J. LAWN GRASS Now is the time to ] sow lawn seed. We have the best none belter. Holmes Seed Co., 119 South Second street. Financial MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate security in any amounts and upon any terms to suit borrower. Address P. O. Box 174, Harrisburg. Pa. Money to Loan MONEY TO LOAN SIOO,OOO to loan lin amounts of SI,OOO and up on first mortgage on city property, repayable monthly or installments. Debt cancel ed and mortgage satisfied on death of borrower. W. C. Howland, Room 405, Telegraph Building. FHOFIT-SH AMINO LOAN SOCIETY WE HAVE ORIGINATED a new plan 1 of loaning money by. which borrowers share profits of lenders. Legal rates, easy terms, confidential. Offices. Rooms 6-7, 9 North Market bquare Storage HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two large brick warehouses, built ex- i pressiy for storage. Private rooms, for household goods and unexcelled fa-1 cilities for storing all kinds of mer- j chandise. Low storage rates South St. and Penna. R. K. STORAGE IN 3-Btory brick building, rear 408 Market street. Household goods in clean, private 1 rooms. Reasonable rates. Apply to. I'. G. Dlener, Jeweler, 408 Market St. STORAGE 419 Broad street, for household goods and merchandise. Pri ! vate rooms. $1 to $3. Wagons, 75 cents per msnth. Apply D. Cooper & Co., 411 Broad street. Both phones. Legal Notices PROPOSAL FOR BHIDGE SEALED proposals will be received by the Superintendent of Public Grounds and Buildings, Capitol Build ing Harrisburg, Pa., until 12 o'clock noon. Tuesday. April 14. 1911, for fur nishing all the necessary labor and materials as called for In plant, and i specification prepared by Edward K. Morse Engineer, Commonwealth Build ing Pittsburgh, Pa., for the construc -1 tlon of a bridge (known as the Wasser Bridge) across the Shenango River, I about one mile below Shenango, Mercer county, Pa. I Prospective bidders may secure plans I and specifications by applying to the office of Superintendent of. Public Grounds and Buildings at Capitol Building, Harrisburg. Pa. Bidders desiring Information not con- I tained in the plans and specifications ■ may apply either to the Engineer, Ed- | • win K Morse, or to the Superintendent lof Public Grounds and Buildings in ■ writing. I Proposals shall be In sealed en i velopes plainly addressed on the out- I i side witn the name and location of | 1 bridire and name of bidder, i SAMUEL B. RAMBO, I Superintendent Public Grounds and | Buildings. PROPOSAL FOR BUILDING Office of the Board of Commissioners of Public Grounds and Buildings, Com monwealth of Pennsylvania, Harrls i burg, Pa. SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv !ed until 12 o clock noon, of Tuesday, I April 14, 1914, for furnishing all labor and material necessary to erect a new ; fireproof main building on the State ' Arsenal Grounds, at Eighteenth and Herr Streets, Harrisburg, Penna., called for in specifications and draw.' Ingu prepared by the Board of I'tihKr Grounds and Buildings. Specifications and drawing n .. . secured by prospective bidder- In ap plying to the Superintendent of Pi.!>;ic| Grounds and Buildings, Capitol Build ing. Harrisburg, Pa. Proposals shall be in sealed envelope, ! marked "Proposals for State Arsenal Building," addressed, SAMUEL B. RAMBO, Superintendent of Public Grounds and Buildings. Capltoi Building, Harrisburg, Pa. CHARTER NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that an ap plication will be made to the Governor of the State of Pennsylvania, on the 20tli day of April, 1914, 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 supplements i thereto, for the charter of an intended 1 corporation to be called the Keystone Fair and Industrial Exposition, the character and object of which Is for the promotion of agriculture, horticul ture, manufacturing, mining and the arts and sciences by the education of the public therein by the oxhlhition of i the various products, appliances and In- ' ventions thereof, and for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits and privileges of the said Act of Assembly and Its supple ments. FOX & GEYER. Solicitors. SAGGtNG MOVEMENT CONTINUED IN MARKET Bears Sought to Make Capital From Reports of Backward Business Conditions; Bonds Were Steady By Associated Press New York. March 27. The slow, sagging movement of the last few days continued during the morning. Trans actions in the first hour, usually the most active period of the session, bare- j ly exceeded 30,000 shares. Fluctuations J in only a few cases escaped fractional bounds. Bears sought to make capital from reports of backward business condi- ' tlons and extensive retrenchment by 1 railroads, but were able to arouse lit tle Interest In speculation. Occasional covernlng steadied the list, although the trend was downward. By noon the leaders were fractionally under the ( opening figures. i Bonds were steady. ' i Furnished by H. W. SNAVELY Arcndc Building I New York, March 27. 1 Open. 2.30 P. M. ! Amal. Copper 7ti 76% 1 American Beet Sugar 22% 22% i American Can 2 9 29 " - Am. C. & F 61 50% i American Cotton Oil 42% 42% Am. Ice Securities.. 30% 30 American Smelting . 69% 69 American Sugar ... 100% 99% American T. & T... 122% 121% Anaconda 36 35% Atchison 97 97 Ba'ttmore & Ohio.. 90 89% Bethlehem Steel ... 41% 40% i Brooklyn R. T 92% 92% : California Petroleum 26% 26% Canadian Pacific ... 206 205 % Central Leather ... 35% 35 Chesapeake & Ohio. 53 52% C.. M. & St. P 99% 99% Chino Con. Copper . 42% 41% Consolidated Gas .. 132% 132% Corn Products .... 9 % 9 % Erie 29% 29% , General Electric Co. 146% 145% Goodrich, B. F 22 21 % Great Northern pfd. 126% 126% Illinois Central .... 110% 110% Interboro-Met. pfd.. 59% 59% Lehigh Val. xd 2%. 145% 143%, Mex. Petroleum ...» 67. . 67 Missouri Pacific ... 24% 24% New York Central . 90% 89% N. Y., N. H. &H. . 69 69 Norfolk & Western. 103% 103% Northern Pacific ... 114% 113% Penna- R. R 11l 110% Pressed Steel Car .. 43% 43% Ray Con. Copper .. 21% 21% tteading 165% 165% Rep. Iron & Steel .. 25 25 Southern Pacific .. 94% 94% Southern Pacific ... 25% 25% xSouthern Rwy. pfd. 81 81 Tennessee Copper .. 24% 24% Texas & Pacific .... 15% 15% Texas Company ... 147 147 nion Pacific 159% 155% U. S. feel 64 63% U. S. Steel pfd 110 110 Utah Copper '56% 56 Va. Car. Chem .... 31% 31% Western Union Tel.. 62% 62% Westinghouse Mfg.. 76 75% x Ex div. 2%. Legal Notices Union Real Estate Invest ment Co., General Mort gage Six Per Cent. Gold Bonds. Sealed proposals will be received by' the undersigned until 12 o'clock, noon, 1 April 4, 1914, for the sale of all or any part of $10,350.00 Union Real Es tate Investment Company General Mortgage 6 per cent Gold Bonds, for the sinking fund created by the mort gage under which said bonds have i been issued. The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids. COMMONWEALTH TRUST COM PANY, TRUSTEE, i 222 Market Street, i HARRISBURG, PA. THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. NOTICE Is hereby given that The Public Service Commission of the Com monwealth of Pennsylvania will hold a public hearing in Room 696, City Hall, Philadelphia, on Monday next, March 30. 1914, at 1:30 P. M., in the matter of putting into effect on April 1, 1914, changes of tariffs of Intrastate rates. All carriers, shippers and persons in terested may then and there appear and be heard as to any petition now pend ing, or which may be tiled in the mean time, relating to the proposed effective date of such changes of tariffs, leaving for later consideration the questions of reasonableness or discriminatory or preferential character of such rates. By order of the Commission. A. B. MILLAR, Secretary. In Matter of the Estate of Fannie Josephine Lee, Late of Harrisburg, Dauphin County. Pennsylvania, de- | NOTICE IS hereby given that letters tpstamentary in the above estate have been granted by the Register of Wills of Dauphin County to the undersigned. All persons Indebted to said estate will make Immediate payment, and those having claims against the same will oresent them without delay to HENRY C. HAMILTON, 200 Pennsylvania Ave., Elmira, New York, Executor of Fannie J. Lee, deceat-ed. ° r EDWIN M. HERSHEY. His Attorney. No. 208 Bergner Building. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING A MEETING of the stockholders of the United Ice S: Coal Company will be held at their office. Forster and Cow .!en Streets, Harrisburg, Pa., Monday, vnrll 13, 1914, at 3 P. M„ for election .)<• irFctors and such other business U:it mav come before the meeting. UNITED ICE & COAL CO., j Jacob H. Foreman, Secretary. I Pub ic Sale of Public Stecks £alurday, Airil 4, 1214, iO 30 A. M. In Front of Courthouse First National Dank, IlarrlnburK, Pn., Commonwealth Truat Company, HnrrlKliurK, PH., Harrtaburff Light & Power Company, (I per cent, preferred. Opportunity will be given to purchase above atocka In odd lota. lUvbt In reaerved to reject any bid, and to withdraw any of ■aid aecurltlea from aale. Terms, eaahi but, where dealred by purchaser*, the vendor will nrruii«e for louna upon securities purchaaed to the extent of 75 per cent, of the purchase inoneyi or. If preferred, for the entire purchase money, upon appro%-ed additional aecurlty. COMMONWEALTH TRUST COMPANY Executor and Admlnlatrator. 1 CHICAGO BOARD OP TRADE Furnished l»y H. W. SKAVEI.Y Arrade Building Chicago, 111., March 27. Open. High. L«ow. Cloa. Wheat— % May 93% 93% 93% 93% July 89% 89% 88% 88 Corn— May 68% 68% 67% 68% July 68% 69 % 68% 69% Oats— May 39% 39% 39% 39% July 39% 40 39% 40 CHICAGO CATTLB By Associated Press Chicago, 111., March 27. Hogs—Re ceipts, 23,000; dull. Hulk of sales, $8.66 ft 8.75; light, $8.45W8.67%; mixed, $8.40 ©8.70; heavy, sß.2s'</ 8.67% ; rough, $8.25 4? 8.40; pigs, $7.25(ft 8.60. Cattle— Receipts, 2,000; slow. Beeves, $email@example.com; Texas steers, $7.25(3)8.30; western steers, 17.00® 8.20; stockers and feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org; cows and heif ers, $3.70(0)8.50; calves, $6.00®9.00. Sheep Receipts, 10,000; steady. Na tive. $email@example.com; western, $5.25(3(6.70; yearlings, $firstname.lastname@example.org; lambs, native, $email@example.com; western, $firstname.lastname@example.org. I'IIILAUKLPIIIA PRODUCE) By Associated Friss Philadelphia, March 27. Wheat Steady; No. 2, red, export, sl.oo® 1.01; No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export, $1.05% @1.06%. Corn Steady; No. 2, yellow, natural, local, 75@75%c; do., kiln dried, local, 76@76%c. <fi Oats Steady; No. 2, white, 4S@ Bran Market firm; winter, per ton, $email@example.com; spring, per ton, $30.50(8)31.00. * Refined Sugars Market steady; powdered, 4.00 c; fine granulated, 3.90 c; confectioners' A, 3.80 c; Keystone A, 3.65 c. Butter The market la steady; western, creamery, extras, 26@27e; nearby prints, fancy, 30c. Eggs The market Is Arm; Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts, free cases, $6.15 per case; do., current receipts, free cases, $6.00 per case; western, extras, firsts, free cases, $6.15 per case; do., firsts, free cases, $6.00 per case. Live Poultry Steady; fowls, 18% ® "95;' youn chickens, 15® 20c; iiroilinir chickens. 15%(fr17c: old roost- I ers, 13@14c; ducks, 18@20c; spring tS «ese, I6(iil7c; turkey a, 19 (fi) 20c Dressed Poultry Firm; fowls, western, fancy, heavy, 19c; do. fair to good, 16® 18c; do., light weights. 1 'I (ft 15c, old roosters. 16c; roast ing chickens, fancy, :"9@2oc; broil ing chickens, fancy,„24@3sc; do., fair. 18® 19c: capors, large, 23® 26c; dftj email, 18@20c; turkeys, fancy, 21®2tc: do., fair, 20©23 c; ducks, ll@18o; geese! 11® 16c. Potatoes Steady; New York and Eastern, per bushel, 76®83c; Western, per bushel, 75@83c; Jersey, per basket. 20(ff50c; Florida, per barrel, $firstname.lastname@example.org Hour—The market Is steady; winter, clear, $3.85®4.10; straights. Penn sylvania, $4.15®4.30; western, $4.25® 4.40; patents, $email@example.com; Kansaj straight. Jute sacks, $4.20®4.40; srrlng, firsts, clear, $4.10®4.30; straights, $4.35 @4.50; patents. $4.60®4.75. Hay Tlie market is steady; tim othy, No. 1, large baies, $18.50® 19.00; No. 1, medium bales, $firstname.lastname@example.org; No. 2, $16.50® 17.50; No. 3, $14.00® 16.00. Clover mixed: Light mixed. $17.50® 18.00; No. 1. do.. $16.60® 17.00; No. 2. do.. $16.00® 16.00 HELP RAISE FUNDS Funds fofr the State convention of , firemen were raised at a box package j party given last night by the Ladies' I Auxiliary of the Citizen Fire Com -1 pany. Next Thursday night the women will hold a prize party. The Citizen fair will open April 8 and will continuo ten days. The affair will be held in a hall at Third and Boas streets. BUY A PIANO CHEAP You can buy a high grade piano or player piano in our Big Removal Sale at ridiculously low prices. Investi gate. Spangler's, Sixth above Maclay. —Advertisement. 1 MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLES I and others upon their own names. Cheap rates, easy payments, confiden tial. Adams A Co., R. 304. 8 N. Market S«. THE Harrlsburg Polyctlnio Dispen sary will be open daily except Sunday at 3 P. M., at Its new location, 1701 North Second street, for the free treat ment of the worthy poor. y ' p Horses For Sale All In first-class condition. We have more than w* need for the winter. United Ice & Coal Co., Forster and Cowden Bts. Vmsimi ■ " ■——— d YOU MUST DIE someday, when that day ta we do not know. Better prepare now against the uncertainty. The Penn Mutual issues a SIO,OOO policy which requires but $115.90 at age 35. Divi dends reduce cost after first year. Write for apect man policy. PENN MUTUAL LIFE 103 N. Second St. Isaac Miller, (Local F. O. Donaldson, i Agents.