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is as near to you as your phone
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Bell 2040, or Cumberland 203, the Telegraph
WANT AD phones.
You are as near to the Telegraph WANT AD
page as you are to a phone.
A systematic use of the phone in filling your
wants will save you time and worry—for Telegraph
WANT ADS go everywhere in Harrisburg.
IYERS Mrs. Amelia Myers, aged SI
vears, died April 17, at the home ox ;
her daughter, in York. '
The bodv wll arrive at Union feta
lon at 11:15 A. M„ Monday. Burial at
larrisburg Cemetery. Relatives and
riends invited. 1
IENDALL Yesterday, April 17, 1914,
Mrs. John H. Bendali, 314 Herr ;
street, died at St. Luke's Hospital,
Funeral announcements will be given
ater. Body will arrive to-night.
IHARL.ES On April 16, 1914, C. Car- |
roll Charles. 190S North Third street
Funeral services Monday afternoon, ,
t 2 o'clock. The relatives and friends
re invited to attend without furthei
otice. Burial private, HarrisburK
>ENISON At 1:30 A. M. on April 16,
1914, Lizzie uentson, wife of George
R. Denison, of Middle Paxton town
ship, Dauphin county.
Funeral services Monday, at 1:30 P.
1., from her late residence. The rela-
Ives and friends are invited to attend
jithout further notice. Burial Dauphin
rOODFELLOW On Tuesday. April
14, 1914, Charlotte Elizabeth, wife of
George Goodfeiiow, aged 66 years.
Funeral on Monday. April 20, from
er late residence, 335 Peffer street,
lurial private at Paxtang Cemetery,
he Rev. B. H. Hart officiating. Please
LOST Lady's watch, Saturday
lorning. Broad Street Markelt or on
hird street. Initials R. N. D. Re
gard If returned to 1514 Susquehanna,
LOST Bunch of keys. Lost be
vveen Seventeenth street and Reading
tation on Wednesday morning. He
urn to 403 South Seventeenth street.
LOST Strayed from 513 North Sec
nd street, tan and white Shepherd
lollie dog. Name, Major. Kindly re
urn and receive reward.
LOST Envelope containng widow's
ension money, which is much needed,
n last Friday, or Tuesday of this
■eek. Envelope bears owner's name,
uitable reward if returned to this
GOVERNMENT EXAMINATIONS -
"horough instruction, $5. Returned if
ot appointed. Particulars tree,
.merican Civil Service School, Wash
igton, D. C.
MEN 20 to 40 years old wanted at
nee for Electric Railway Motormen
nd Conductors; S6O to SIOO a month;
o experience necessary; line opportu
ity; no strike; write immediately for
pullcatinn blank. Address Box 820,
aie of 'telegraph.
HONEST MAN WANTED in each
own for special advertising work; sls
week to start; experience unneces
i.ry; references required. Address at
uce McLean, Black & Co., 93 N. Bev
rly street, Boston, Mass.
I WILL START YOU earning $4 ually
t home in »<pare time, silvering mir
ors; no capital; free instructive book
st, giving plans of operations. G. F.
Cedinond, Dep'. 268, Boston, Mass.
WANTED Experienced Mechanical
'raftsman wanted by Harrisburg con
ern. Must be fully conversant with
lachinery design. Apply in writing to
ox No. 759. giving details of past ex
erience. Local man preferred.
WANTED Men who desire em
loyment. Can start four men ean
assing for orders for useful house
old articles. Call at Room No. 10,
Hird floor, No. 31 North Second street,
etween 7:30 and 9:00 P. M. Household
WANTED A good paperhanger;
ull pay; plenty of work; good chance
or good man. Apply H. R. Boose,
WANTED A canvasser. Apply
loom 206, Arcade Building.
WANTED Young man acquainted
n Allison Hill to make light grocery
ellverles. Apply 1537 State street.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy
0 get My free booklet, Y-372, tells
ow. Write to-day—NOW. Earl Hop-
Ins, Washington, D. C.
WANTED A good, reliable, mar
led man for Tea and Coffee business,
.pply after 7:30 this evening to Grand
nlon Tea Co., 208 North Second street
WANTED Locomotive Firemen,
rakemen, SIOO monthly. Necessary
tgnal Instruction free. Send age, post
ge. Railway, care of Telegraph.
The Wm. Handshue
Farm of 157 Acres
8 miles southeaxt of Prnferook
and 1% miles north of Huthe-ford
Sandy loam soli—l2s acres cul
tivated, 30 acres meadow land and
7 acres woodland.
Tw«-«lory frame bourne vrltli eight
Frame bank barn that will ac
commodate 40 hoad of stock—splen
Let as tell 70a more about tbla
Miller Bros. & Neefe
Locust and Court Streets
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANT
ED. Splendid income assured light
man to act as our representative after
learning our business thoroughly by
mail. Former experience unnecessary
All we require Is honesty, ability, am
bition and willingness to learn a lucra
tive business. No soliciting or travel
ing. All or spare time only. This Is an
exceptional opportunity for a man in
your section to get into a big paying
business without capital and become
independent for life. Write at once for
full particulars. National Co-Operative
Realty Compan v L-910, Marden Build
ing, Washington. D. C.
WANTED A good carrlagesmlth;
steady work for a good man. Apply to
E. A. Law & Sons. Carlisle. Pa.
$2.50 PER DAY SALARY paid one
man in each town to distribute free
circulars and take orders for concen
trated flavoring in tubes. J. b. Zlegler
WANTED Men to sell seeds to
farmers and ornamental stock in towns.
Apply at once, llerrick Seed Company,
Rochester, N. Y. ____
WANTED Men to sell our seed
and nursery line. Big profits. Pay
weekly. First National Nurseries, Ro
chester, N. Y.
SBO MONTHLY and expenses to travel,
distribute samples and take orders or
appoint agents; permanent. Jap-Ameri
can Co.. Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED i
AGENTS WANTED i-«et us show J
you liow to earn $lO daily with a rapid- j
selling household article. Maynard sup- j
ply Co.. Box 130, Bristol, Conn. ,
HONEST MAN WANTED in each j
town to distribute free advertising t
premiums: sls a week to start; ex-,
perience unnecessary; references re
quired. Address McLean, Black & Co., 1
93, N. Beverly street, Boston, Mass.
AGENTS Either sex, to handle our !
Combination Carpet Sweeper and Ball- |
Bearing Self-Sharpening Shears. Noth- J
ing better. Full particulars Free. The .
Hyde Merchandising Company, 348 I
Pennsylvania avenue. West Warren, Pa. j
MEN AND WOMEN Exceptional!
opportunity to make money represent- !
ing large concern in your section. ;
Write immediately. The Belle Supply 1
House, 507 West One Hundred and j
Seventy-second street. New York.
SI,OOO GIVEN to the four agents sell- j
ing the most of my goods In one
month. Get free particulars. Vernon 1
Burr, Norwich, New York.
AGENTS Make big money selling
our line of specialties. Write for our
new catalog, and free sample. The
I'nited Supply Co., Box 352, Bradford,
AGENTS Whole or spare time;
make from $25.00 weekly upwards sell
ing MOORE'S FAMOUS MADE-TO- !
MEASURE CLOTHES; best in tit, style I
and value. Special terms to agents. |
Write now for full particulars. Moore.
& Co., Dept. —, 929 Chestnut street,
AGENTS Either sex, to handle '
splendid household specialty. Quick j
sales. Large profits. Full particulars ]
free. The Hyde Merchandising Co., 348
Penn avenue. West, Warren, Pa.
AGENTS WANTED Let us show I
you how to earn $lO daily with a rapid '
selling household article. C. O. B. !
Specialty Co., 811 Stuyvesant avenue, !
lrvington. N. J,
AGENTS WANTED for article which !
no housewife can resist. Particulars '
free. Dept. 20, Tod Specialties Co., 43- ]
51 Hancock avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 1
AGENTS WANTED everywhere to
sell a necessary household article;
every woman wants It. Agents mak
ing big money now. Write to-day.
Zecher Sales Co., Pomeroy, Pa.
AGENTS New household and office j
specialty needed by everybody; quick
I seller; 100 per cent, profit. H. E. Shaw
& Co., 179 North Seventeenth street,
East Orange, N. J.
AGENTS WANTED '— Don't m I*7this :
one. We offer you a brand-new house- '
hold specialty. Patented January 3",
1914. Every woman grabs it. Your
money doubled twice on every sale.
1 Mr. Marrlck made S9O first three weeks.
A Kansas boy made $55.40 outside of
school hours last month. You can sell
every family in your town. First one
In your county gets right to sell. Be
quick. Send for catalog "W" to-day.
Wendell Co., 226 Oak street, Lctpslc,
SALESMEN WANTED for special line
Blankets and Dry Goods for Fall and
Winter trade. Factory to retailer.
.Splendid side line. Liberal commission.
\ Bryn Mawr Mills, Philadelphia, Pa.
J SALESMEN WANTED Experience
I unnecessary, easy work, big pay. Write
I for large list of openings offering op
! portunitles to earn SIOO to SSOO a
I month while you learn. Address De
partment 417, National Salesmen's
(Training Association, Chicago, New
1 York, Kansas City, San Francisco.
■ CIGAR SALESMEN WANTED Ex-
I perience not necessary. We pay $25.00
1 per week salary, and allow $5.00 per
day for expenses. Continental Cigar
Company, Wichita, Kan.
HELP WANTED —FemaIe
GIRL WANTED for general house
work in family of two; no washing,
j 636 Peffer street.
I WANTED Three bright, capable
| ladles for 1914 to travel, demonstrate
and sell dealers; $25 to SSO per week;
railroad fare paid. Goodrich Drug Co..
1 Dept. 308, Omaha, Neb.
I WANTED An experienced and
fashionable dressmaker for private
I family; f3 nor day. Address Bo* K,
*653, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Women Canvassers; j
Perfumes. Soaps. Toilet and Household 1
Necessities. $9.00 weekly salary, or com- I
mission. Credit. Sample case loaned, i
Rebscher, Dept. A-3, Rochester, N. Y. !
WANTED Woman stenographer ;
and typist; must be experienced and i
capable; preference to one of middle I
age who actually needs employment. ,
This is not a fancy salaried position. |
In replying state age. experience and i
lowest salary. Address G., 658, care of !
STENOGRAPHER WANTED for gen
eral office work for a few hours each |
day. Wages low, but a good oppor- |
tunlty for young woman desiring to .
have part of he rtime at home. Ad - I
dress Post Office Box 308, Harrisburg,
Experienced winders. Apply I
Harrisburg Silk Mill, Cor. North)
and Second streets.
WANTED A middle-aged woman
for general housework. 1112 North I
WANTED Middle-aged woman
as cook and to do general housework.
Please give references. F., 27, care of
WANTED Girl Tor general house
work. Apply 23 North Eighteenth
WANTED Young married man de
sires position of any kind, where ef
ficiency and reliability will be appre
ciated. Address 8., 569, care of Tele
WANTED Blacksmith, with two
years' experience, wants position. Ad
dress Gus Francen, Carlisle, Pa.
WANTED By a young white man,
work of any kind. Address S. K., 563,
care of Telegraph.
WANTED—Christian young man de
sires position driving laundry or gro
cery wagon or as a collector; married,
and can give best reference. Address
Box 561, care of Telegraph.
WANTED By young white man.
position at bookkeeping or clerical
work. Best of references. J. A. Garber,
New Bloomfleld, Pa.
WANTED Settled woman would
like to assist with housework or up
stairs work. Apply H. K., 570, caro of
WANTED Housekeeper desires
position in small, refined family, gen
tleman and one or two children pre
ferred. Address M. L., 565, care of
WANTED Girl wants position to
work for board while attending school.
School hours, 9 to 11:30, 1 to 4. Ad
dress M., 566, care of Telegraph.
WANTED By white woman, day's
J*,®! 1- * or office cleaning. Address L.,
560, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Young colored girl, 18
years old. wishes position at general
housework or cooking. Call, or write,
1412 Williams street.
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE 2441 Reel St., 3-story
pressed brick; 9 rooms and bath; hot
and coJad water in cellar; granolithic
pavements front and back. Price, 3,150.
Easy terms. Reno St., New Cumber
land, double frame; all conveniences.
Price, $1,400 each. Easy terms. Mar
ket St., New Cumberland. 6-roona house;
wash house In rear; fine well. Price,
$1,250. Easy terms. Keeney & Sim
mons. New Cumberland.
FOR SALE No. 1913 North Sixth
street is for sale look it over
now vacant. Well built dwelling
and store room lot, 20x100. Particu
lars at Bell Realty Co. Bergner Build
FOR SALE 52,500 will buy a cor
ner property on PefTer street 9 rooms
bath gas furnace two stair
ways lot. 15x100. Particulars at Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
SIXTY HOUSES, some new anfl very
atti active homes; several very good In
vestments. Terms to suit. D. E. Bright
bill. 2 North Court street Both phones.
FRAME HOUSE, located on Briggs
street, between Seco: and Third; 8
rooms and bath. Will be sold at sacri
fice If sold this Spring. Address S. O.
No. 1001, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Modern House,
all improvements, ($5,300), 228
(72) ACRES (Home) two out build
ings, abundance spring water (10)
acres woodland, nearly level soil (op
portunity) for poultry, fruit and truck
gardens, low price ($1,000). (Second
Farm) joining (118) acres (20) oak
| (chestnut) pine valued ($1,400) fine
painted buildings ($3,200) two choice
fruit orchards ($1,200) abundance flow
ing water, hot beds, strawberries
(grapes) quinces, raspberries, hay,
(straw) cornfodder (12) acreß Winter
Grain (12) haylana, possession at once.
! Price ($3,600). Quick Sale both
together only ($4,000), terms ($1,000)
| cash. Quarter mile to Trolley. (One
i mile) to Market (15,000) people. Photos.
(Bargain) of a Lifetime.
! GEO. B. OSTRANDErt, Danville, Pa.
FOR SAL<K Suburban House; plot
30x190 close to trolley granolithic
walks single house bath gas
electric light steam heat porches
—now vacant. Bell Realty Co., Berg
FOR SALE •*— Cottage on Chautauqua
Grounds, Mt. Gretna, Pa. Address E. S.
COKNER PROPERTIES FOR SALE—
-2522 Jefferson, 618 Seneca, 422 Harris,
522 Puffer, 226 Hamilton, 1520 Sixth, 910
Sixth. 1021 Green, 701 Sixth, 1354
North, 1501 Swatara, 1613 Juniper, 15
South Nineteenth. Bell Realty Co.,
FOR SALE A farm of 100 Acres,
near Lewtsberry, York County; also
dwelling house. No. 2024 N. Fifth street,
and 519 Camp street. S. S. Rupp Berg
ner Building, corner Third and Market
FOR SALE Two lots In Camp Hill,
near trolley line. Bargain. Address
H„ 571, care of Telegraph Office.
FOR SALE 95 IMsbrow street
2-story brick 6 rooms, bath and fur
nace front porch. Price, $1,800.00.
Rental Income, $15.00 per month. Brin
ton-Packer Co., Second and Walnut
FOR SALE 4 acres 2%-story
frame house 7 rooms frame bank
barn chicken house hog pen
Iron stone soil lO minutes walk
from Middletown Ferry Station lO
miles from Harrlsburg 65 young,
bearing fruit trees possession at
once. Price, $l,lOO. Brinton-Packer
Co., Second and Walnut streets.
FOR SALE One of the finest homes
In Mechanlcsburg; all Improvements;
110 feet front; good shade; a garage
large enough for three automobiles.
An Ideal home. Price right; easy
terms. Possession given at onco. F.
S. Mumma & Son, Real Estate & In
surance Agents, Mechanlcsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE 52,300 will buy a three
story brick house on Penn street, near
Maclay street all Improvements
porch. Get our "For Sale" list. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE Three-story brick
house; all Improvements, including
electric lights, No. 1208 Green street.
Apply to or address, A. & Banmllter, on
premises, for prica, etc.
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE l
HOME FOR SALE Dale avenue j
and Walnut streets. Washington
Heights. Two-and-one-half stories, i
eight rooms, newly painted, all conveni
ences except furnace, gas In every
room. Whole house heated by two
stoves. Chicken house 28x8 feet; corn
crib; 18 bearing peach trees; 65 young
peaches planted last Spring; 14 grape
vines, choice varieties: about 1,000
black and red raspberries, very early,
ready two weeks In advance of local
market; 4 cherries, early sweet and
sour. Lot, 120x200 l'eet. Price. s3.Sofl.
Address 8. A. Holtz, Tamp Hill, R. F.
D., No. 1, or call personally.
HEAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT At $22.00. an S-room
new resilience, on Camp Hill Heights—
vacuum steam heat electricity
range bath closets porches
lot, 118x220 ft. Call Bell phone 3048 L.
FOR RENT Very desirable fur
nished house on Front street, contain
ing ten rooms, from June 1 to Septem
ber 1. P. O. Box 595.
FOR RENT One two-story frame
house. 248 Nectarine avenue; 6 rooms;
improvements; possession at once;
$12.00. Apply 320 Crescent.
FOR RENT 431 Market street, at
entrance of Subway l3 rooms 2
baths steam heat suitable for
rooming house. Apply Chas. Auler, 1002
North Third street.
Desirable residence, 1503 N.
Second, in perfect order; side
entrance; front porch; every con
venience. Steam heated, Vapor
system. Inquire Pine Street
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT
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 Koad, about 4 miles from
Llnglestown. Apply Common wealth
Trust Co., Real Estate Department. 22S
Market street. Harrisburg.
I REAL ESTATE WANTED
TO RENT HOUSE on Allison Hill;
man and wife; permanent; preferably
near Thirteenth and Derry or Thir
teenth and Market; state price in reply.
Address M., 562, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Lot about 100x150 north
of car line, Camp Hill. Desirable loca
tion. State price per front foot. Vicin
ity of Bowman avenue most desired.
Address Box M, 559, care of Telegraph.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two apartments, front,
very desirable; new building; all con
veniences. Apply Fishman's Furniture
I Store. 1101-3 North Sixth street.
! ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT By the night or
month, the finest rooms in Harrisburg.
single or en suite. Laßelle Apart
ments, 204 Locust street, next door to
Orpiieum. Steam heat, electricity,
baths. Newly furnished throughout.
Apply C. Gaeta, Merchant Tailor, 212
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with
board; private family; no children; man
and wife, gentleman or lady; good lo
cation. Address H., 557, care of Tele
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
communicating rooms, second lloor
front; rent one or both; one a corner
room; modern conveniences; best loca
tion; central; price reasonable. Apply
1168 Mulberry street.
FURNISHED ROOMS, single or en
suite, all conveniences, Including phone;
reference required. Apply 1015 North
Front street. ,
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; de
sirable location. Apply 719 North Sixth
FOR RENT Furnished or unfur
nished, good location, facing park, with
use of bath, 3(75 South Front street.
Call from 2 to 4 P. M. or at 1010 Mar
UNFURNISHED ROOMS, suitable
for light housekeeping. Stoves fur
nished free. Laundry, phone and bath
room privileges. Also janitress service.
Bishop Building, 429 Broad street.
FOR RENT Fifty furnished rooms,
in private families, all parts of city
improvements 51.26 week many
other rooms. Send address and I will
call Address X., 508, care of Tele
FOR RENT Third floor, consisting
of two unfurntshed rooms and bath,
steam heat, elec'ric light and gas. sls
per month. Address Boyd P. Rothrock,
Pennsylvania State Museum.
FOR RENT Furnished suite of two
or three rooms, with private bath, city
steam, electric and gas lighting, hard
wood floors. References required. 218
FOR RENT Two rooms, furnished
or unfurnished; all conveniences. Call
431 Boas street.
TWO nicely turnlshec rooms, for gen
tlemen. with city heat and use of bath.
Apply 272 Briggs street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms and
boarding by meal, day or week. Apply
1001 North Second street, corner Boas
and Second streets.
WANTED—Refined gentleman wants
unfurnished second floor room, with
use of bath, In private family, soutli of
Broad and west of Sixth street. Inquire
G., 672, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Two or three unfur
nished rooms for light housekeeping;
prefer quiet place with middle-aged
couple: state terms. Address D., 573,
care oi Telegraph.
WANTED Use of piano in return
for its storage; will take best of care
no children. Also to buy second-hand
parlod mirror, 4 feet long. Call 226
Chestr.ut street. Room 10.
WANTED To rent, small room for
light manufacturing no machinery
use. P. O. Box 436, Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED To rent, tennant house
and farm with stock on, that can be
worked. Apply P. O. Box 373, Lemoyne.
WANTED 520,000 at 5 per cent, or
less—security, over $200,000 worth of
Harrisburg real estate. Address E.,
668, care of Telegraph.
USED motorcycles; all makes; over
hauled and in fine condition; guaran
teed to be as represented; cail for dem
onstration. Heagy Bros., 1204 North
FOR SALE Harley-Davidson mo
torcycle in first-class condition. Can
be seen at 1405 North Sixth street
| Smith & Feltenberger. Bell 2928.
FOR SALE One Flanders
delivery automobile, pannel top
ibody; one 30 Packard Roadster,
will sacrifice both if sold at once.
In good condition. R. R. Rom
berger, 1201 Mulberry Street.
FOR SALE Hve horses. Will sell
very reasonable to quick buyer. Call
Grocery Store, Twentieth and State
300 PER CENT. INVESTMENT
Steel Die Embossed Stationery and
Business Cards —Increases business
costs less than printing. Harrisburg
Embossing Plant, 4 North Fifth street
FOR SALE 3O-horse-power Max
well Model E, 1910 touring car, In tine
running order; not run over 10,000
miles; fully equipped; 5 new tubes;
good tires; would make an A-l delivery
car. Address N.. 567, care of Tele
TRUNKS, Traveling Hags, Suit Cases,
Gloves. Sole, Harness and Strap
Leather. Calfskin, Kip Dongola, Waxed
Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample
Cases and Leather Specialties made to
order and repaired. Harrisburg Har
ness iind Supply Co., Second and Chest
FOR SALE Steel Range warm
ing closet and reservoir been used
six months. Apply 228 Chestnut street,
or call Bell 2182 J.
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and
Board and Table Board, at 25c each.
One of these signs will be given with
each six-titne order for a classiiled ad.
if paid in advance. Inquire at Office of
FOR SALE Pomeranian dog. Ap
plv 265 Herr street.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
340 gondola freight cars, stand
ard gauge, carrying capacity 60,-
000 pounds, equipped with air
brakes and in good running con
dition. Now in use on various
railroads. Apply Michlovitz &
Co., Cor. Paxton St. and P. R. R.,
Harrisburg, Pa., and Lebanon,
FOR SALE New dumb-waiter,
never been used; square Stein way
piano. In good condition; bone grinder,
can be used by hand or power. Will
be sold cheap. Call 119 Washington
FOR SALE A barber shop furni
ture complete, with five chairs of
maple wood. Payment half cash and
half on trust. Apply 1325 Fulton
street, Harrisburg. Pa.
FOR SALE A collapsible Pullman
go-cart, in good condition, very rea
sonable. Phone 3023 L.
1 EXTRACTED CLOVER HONEY. $2
per gallon, sl.lO per one-lialf gallon,
delivered by parcel post. Sample, 10c.
L. K. Hostetter, Route 6, Lltitz, Pa.
i FOR SALE 2OO Indian Runner
Ducks. Elkvlew Poultry Farm, Speece
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
PACKARD "12-48" Touring Car.
Packard "30" Touring Car. Price.
$650.00. Pullman Special Roadster
fully equipped. Price. $500.00. Stude
baker-Garford Touring Gar. Price,
$700.00. Inquire No. 107 Market street,
FOR SALE Refuse carload of
scrap-iron at Sheesley's siding. Dock
street, to be sold at Public Sale, May 6,
1914, at 10 o'clock A. M., to highest
bidder for cash consideration, and must
be removed within 10 days from date
of sale. Further particulars can be had
upon application to G. W. Mumma,
Freight Claim Adjuster, P. K. R.
Freight Office, foot of Third street. J.
H. Nixon, Agent, Harrisburg.
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business Office.
FOR SALE OB EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
WEI.I, LOCATED LOTS In the Tenth
Wards »ome of them on paved street.
Will exchange for Improved property.
An excepfJlonnl opportunity for n
builder. Call and tnnpect blue print.
F. R. Oyster, Trustee, rare of Telegraph
Business Of flee.
DESK ROOM in the Tele
graph Building in the office of
Miss E. L. Shaver, Public Steno
grapher all conveniences. Call at
•405, Fourth Floor, Telegraph
FOR RENT No. 2121 Boas street,
with stable, $15.00. Suburban home
stead, $23.00. J. E. Gippie, 1251 Mar
TWO desirable offices in the
Union Trust Building; possession
at once. Apply Union Trust Co.
FOR RENT Desirable offices In the
Telegraph Building, singly or en aalte.
Inquire at Business Offlce.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can ba
secured at the Telegraph business
FOR RENT Two-story garage,
with water and sewer, rear 1530 Regina
street. Will accommodate two cars. J.
E. Gippie, 1251 Market street.
WELL-LOCATED store room. 26xH<)
also small room, 12*30, suitable for
barber shop or small business, on West
High street. Elizabethtown. Pa. Pos
session * Immediately. Inquire J. H.
Levenight, Elizabethtown, Pa.
FOR RENT Store room 1200 North
Third street; 33x100; 14-foot ceiling;
one of the best rooms in the city. Ap
ply J. S. Sible, 256 Herr street.
WANTED, IDEAS Write for List
of Inventions Wanted by manufactur
ers and prizes offered for Inventions.
Ouir four books sent free. Patent se
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WILL give half Interest in a valuable
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ANT Ir el Igent person can earn good
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FOR SALE At Gable s. 11l ~and
117 South Second street, 5,000 gallons
New Era ready mixed Paint; Acme
quality. Alao the full lint. of the Acme
FOR SALE At Gable's. 113, 115 and
117 South Second street, 5 000 nets new
Sash. Bxlo, 12 L., primed and glazed, at
$1 15 per set Also other sizes
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ton, D. C.
WE have a large assortment of new
and used motors of different make we
are offering at attractive prices. We
will buy motors of any make or size S
G. Sweetser Electric Co., 1002 Market
FOR SALE Furnaces that will
heat an eight-room house; also some
that will heat a twelve-room house;
guaranteed; very reasonable. Apply sifl
Harrisburg Paste Works
IV. Cameron Street
PAPERHANGERS'. billposters', book
binders' and all kinds of paste. Prompt
shipment. All paste guaranteed. Bell
phone 1186 L.
APRIL 18, 1914.
STOCK MARKET MOVES
FROM NARROW GROOVE
In Many Cases, Lowest Levels of Present Year Were
Reached in Wall Street
By Associated Press
New York, April 18. The stock
market moved, this week, out of the
narrow groov which it had followed
for some time. The firm undertone ol
the previous month was lost, and prices
gave way at times rr.pldly. In many
cases the lowest levels of the year were
The decline was attended by increas
ed activity on the short siue of the
market. Sharp bear raids were of
dally occurrence, being directed most
frequently at Union Pacific, Steel and
Lehigh Valley. The vulnerability of
the market to these attacks reflected
Increasing bearish sentiment owing to
the continued backwardness of trade,
t. e dwindling earnings of railroaus
and the further delay In the freight
rates case. The critical state reached
in this country's relations with Mexico
also ter.ded to depress stocks. This
situation was used effectively by tho
bears, although the market nowed no
nervousness on this account.
Tho success of New York City's sale
of $65,000,000 of 4% per cent, bonds
was expected to result In numerous of
ferings by private corporations. New
iork Central sold $40,000,000 of bonds
and it was understood that various
other roads, Including Baltimore and
Ohio and St. Paul, were In the market.
Furnished by H. W. SNAVELY
New York, April 18,.
Alaska Gold Mines . 26% 26%
Amal. Copper 73*4 73%
American Beet Sugar 22% 22%
American Can 24% 25%
American Can pfd.. 89% 90
Am. C. & F 49% 49%
Am. Ice Securities .. 38% 38%
Am. Locomotive ... 30% 30%
American Smelting . 66 66%
American Sugar . . 99% 100%
Am. T. & T 120% 120%
Anaconda 34 34%
H. W. LATH E. Boarding Stable and
Natloual Tranafer Co. Movers of
pianos, safes, boilers and general haul
ing. H. W. Lathe. Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phona No
FOR falling hair try Gross' Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary. 11'J M rket
street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention Bell,
W. J. WENRICH. 339 Hamilton street
Furniture, china and piano packing.
Shipments looked after at both ends.
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
A LEVIN, 805 North Third street.
Furniture repair, upholstering and re
finishing. Antique furniture for sale.
All work properly attended to. Rea
sonable prices guaranteed.
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
with best material and by expert help
Send us your worn furniture. Our best
efforts Insure your satisfaction. S. N.
Gluck, 320 Woodbine street.
NOTICE TO niIILDERS
C HENRY. Architect and Builder,
will save you money Bur.galows a
specialty. 704 South Twenty-fourth
street. Bell phone 1675J
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN SIOO,OOO to loan
in amounts of SI,OOO and up on flrjt
mortgage on city property, repayable
monthly or Installments. Debt cancel
ed and mortgage satisfied on death of
borrt wer. John C, Orr, 22*. Market
PROFIT-SHARING LOAN SOCIETY
WE HAVE«£RIGINATED a new plan
of loaning money by which borrowers
share profits of lenders. Legal rates,
easy terms, confidential. Offices, Rooms
6-7, 9 North Market Square.
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO Two
large brick warehouses, built ex
pressly for storage. Private rooms
for household goods and unexceiied fa
cilities for storing all kinds of mer
chandise Low storage rates. South
St. and Penna- R. R. 4
STORAGE 4l» Broad street for
household goods and niei chandise Pri
vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons. 76 centa
per month Apply D. Cooper & Co.. 411
B.oad btreet Both phonea.^^^^^^^
' PERSONAL "
CUT this out for luck; send birth
date and 10c for wonderful horoscope
of your entire life. Prof. Raphael, 49J
Lexington avenue, New York.
IN loving memory of Mrs. J. C. Bas
kins, who died April 19, 1913.
HER HUSBAND AND FAMILY.
MY wife, Jetta Houser, hav'ng left
mv bed and board without just cause,
1 hereby notify all persons not to
harbor nor trust her on my account, as
1 will not pay any debts contracted by
ROBERT E. HOUSER.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE
IN the Matter of the Estate of Eliza
beth S. Beck, the Executor of the above
t>Rtate will expose at public Bale on
Wednesday. April 29 1914. at 2 o'clock
P M in front of the Court House, Har
risbu'rs Pa., the following real CBtate
of the decedent, by virtue of the au
thority vested in him by the Will of
Elizabeth S. Beck:
All those certain buildings and lot of
ground, situate in tiiu Citj <u nm,.*-
burg Dauphin County, Pennsylvania,
bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at the corner of Bailey
and Allison Streets; thence along
Ballev Street southwardly seventeen
(17, f t .(>t six (6) Inches to I,ot No. 48 In
Plan of Lots laid out by Bailey &
Mummu; thence along the line of said
lot eighty-live (85) feet to an alley;
thence along said alley seventeen (17)
feet six (6) Inches to Allison Street;
thence along Allison Street elghty-flve
(85) feet to the place of beginning
Being Lot No. 47 in said plan of Lots,
having thereon erected a two-story
frame mansard roof dwelling house on
Bailey Street, and a two-story frame
dwelling house in the rear on Summit
aforesaid real estate will be sold
free and clear of all liens anu encum
Terms Ten t *0 per cent.) per cent,
on day of sale anil balance thereof up
oi. execution of the deed and delivery
of th property.
Kor Infjrination In regard to saia
sale apply to
MAHTIN L. BECK,
E. BEIDLEMAN, Attorney,
NOTICE Is hereby given that an ap
plication will be made to the Governor
of Pennsy4vania, on the 16th day of
May, A. D. 1914, under the Act of As
sembly entitled "An Act to provide for
the Incoi poratlon and regulation of
certain corporations," approved April
U9 1874, anil the supplements thereto,
l'or the charter* of an Intended corpora
tion to be called the CAPITOL HARD
WARE AND SUPPLY COMPANY IN
CORPORATED. the character and ob
ject of which Is the manufacturing,
buying, selling, and dealing at whole
sale and retail, in all kinds of hard
ware, cuttlery. sporting goods, house
furnishing goods, and articles of a kin
dred nature, and for these purposes to
have, possess and etijoy nil the rights,
benefits and privileges of said Act of
Assembly and the supplements thereto.
MICHAEL E. STROUP. Solicitor.
Atch.son 95% 95%
oaitimore & Ohio .. '■> < % as %
tsetfliehem Steel ... 39 39%
mooaiyn H. T 90% 90%
cuiiioruia Petroleum -3 23
Canadian Pacific ... 199% 199%
central JL.eatiier ... 35 36 %
Cne&apeane <k Ohio. 01% 51%
C.. M. & St. P 9*i% 98-*
Ghino Con. Copper . 40'% 40%
Corn Products 8 Vt 8 %
Distilling hocuritieH . 16% IB
Krie 27 vfe 27%
Jiirie, Ist pld 43% 43%
Ueneral kiectric Co. 144 144
Uoodrich, J3. F 28 27%
Ureal Nortnern, pfd. 121% 122
lireat Nor. Ore suos. 32% 32%
Illinois Central .... 110 110
Interboro-Met. pfd.. HI 61
ijenign Valley 134% 136%
Louis. & Nashville . 136% 135%
Mex. Petroleum ... 64 63%
Missouri Pacilic .... 192 192%
Aev. Con. Copper .. 14% 14%
Mew York Central . 87% 87%
N. Y., N. H. & H. .68% 69%
Norfolk & Western. 103 103
Northern Pacilic ... 109% 109 Via
Penna. K. R 109% 109%
Pittsuurgh Coal ... 20 20
Pressed Steel Car .. 41% 41%
Kay. Con. Copper .21 21
Heading 162 161%
Hep. Iron & Steel . 22% 22%
Hep. Iron & S. pfd. 82% 82%
Southern Pacific .. 91% 91%
Southern Railway .24% 24
Tennessee Copper . 33% 33%
Texas Company .. 138% 140
Union Pacific 153% 153%
U. S. Steel 57% 58%
Utah Copper 55% 55%
Va. Car Chem .... 29 29
Western Maryland . 29 29
Western Union Tel.. 61% 61%
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Furnlnlied by H. W. SNAVKLY
Chicago, lIH. April 18.
Open. High. Low. Clou.
July 86 Vi
May 65 % .... .... ••••
July 65 ....
| May 36% .... .... ....
July 36 %
Philadelphia, April 18. Wheat
I iOwer; No. 2, red, export, 97%<8>98c;
I No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export, ,1.02 Vi
Corn Weak: No. 2, yellow,
natural, local, <6'/4@7ic; do., kiln dried,
Oats Steady; No. 2. white, 45
Bran Market weak; winter, per
ton, $email@example.com; spring, pur ton,
Ketlned Sugars Market steady;
powdered. 4.00 c; fine granulated,
confectioners' A, 3.80 c; Keystone A.
Butter The market Is steady;
western, creamery, extras, 26c; nearby
prints, fancy, 29c.
Ep-ets The market Is steady;
Pennsylvania and otnei nearby ui-ts.
free cases, $5.85 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, $5.70 per case;
western, extras, tlrsts, free cases, $5.85
per case; do., tlrsts, free cases, $5.70
Live Poultry Easier; fowls, 19Vi
@2oc; young chickens,, ll@20c;
I OilibK ll> ■>< lid. 111)1 u Ulll
ers, 12® 13c; ducks. 17® 19c; spring
ducks, 17@18c; geese, 15@17c; turkeys.
Dressed Poultry Firm; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy. 20c; do.,
fair to good, heavy, 17® 19c; do.,
fair to good, heavy. 20c; do.,
weights, 12@il5c; unattractive. 13
@l6c; old ro«osters, 16c; roast
ing chickens, fancy, 18@20c; broil
ing chickens, laucy, do., fair,
ikVlVc. capors, large, 23©.6 c,
tmall, 18@20c; turkeys, fancy, : l®ilc;
<lo . fair. *U©23c: duck*. 11 'u 18c. **■*»•.
Potatoes Steady; New York anil
Eastern, per bushel, 80@95c; Western,
per bushel, 80<®90c; Jersey, per basket,
20@50c; Florida, per barrel, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
!• lour—The market is steady; winter.
It *l. -t.iU. Oil a i£Uls. IC.'-
sylvanla. $email@example.com; western. $4.25®
4 40, patents, iw annas
traiKht lute narks. I 4 20W4 40; *, rini,
firsts, clear, $firstname.lastname@example.org; straight!. M.20
@4.40; patents. 14.50^)4.75.
NEW YORK DANK STATEMENT
by Associated Press
New York, April 18. The state
ment of the actual condition of Clear
ing House Banks and Trust Companies
shows that they hold $21,678,400 re
serve In excess of legal requirements.
This Is an Increase of $2,945,450 from
The statement follows:
Loans, $2,130,736,000; increase, 128,-
Specie, $407,845,000; Increase, $5,241,.
Legal-tenders, $75,910,000; Increase,
Net deposits, $2,035,618,000; increase,
Circulation, $42,186,000; Increase,
Banks' cash reserve In vault, $412,-
Trust Companies' cash reserve In
Aggregate cash reserve. $483,766,000.
Exces lawful reserve, $21,678,400; In
Trust Companies' reserve with Clear
ing House members carrying 25 per
cent, cash reserve, $78,931,000.
Hv Associated I'ress
Chicago, 111., April 18. Hogs.— Re
ceipts, 4,000; strong. Bulk of sales, 18.60
®8.70; light, $8.40©8.72H: mixed, $8.46
#8.75; heavy, $email@example.comV6; rough, $8.20
@8.35; pigs, $7.25(6)8.40.
Cattle Receipts, 100; steady,
Beeves, $7.16<g)9.75: Texas steers, $7.26©
8.30; stockers and feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
cows and heifers, ?email@example.com; calves,
Sheep Receipts, 500; steady. Na
tive, $5.40 Cd 1 6.90; yearlings, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
lambs, native. $email@example.com
ELECTION BALLOTS AND SUPPLIES
SEALED BIDS OR PROPOSALS will
be received by the County Controller
at his ofllce, second floor, Court House,
Harrisburg, Pa., until 12 o'clock noon,
Friday, April 24, lull, for printing and
furnishing 124,000 Ofliclal and Specimen
Ballots, the Official Ballots to be bound
in books of One Hundred (lUU) cacti,
for the ensuing Spring Primary to be
held on Tuesday, May 19, 1914. One
Official Baiiot of each district must lie
on file In the County Commissioners'
office on or before Wednesday, May
12, 1914, and all ballots must be deliv
ered at the Com "Ivl"*"" 2
o'clock noon, Wednesday, May 13, 1914.
I Full mCoilnatioi. iu t u«. ....... .1
Official and Specimen IJallots required
for each voting district can be had
from the undersigned. A certified
check of Three Hundred Dollars ($300)
drawn to the order of the County
Commissioners of Dauphin County,
must accompany each bid; the success
ful bidder will have five days' time to
file his bond for the full bid nrteo.
Also at the same time and place seal
ed bids or proposals will be received
for one hundred twenty (120) com
plete sets of Primary Election Supplies.
Two computation books for each Party
and two for the Non-partisan. Certified
check for One Hundred Dollars ($100)
drawn to the order of the County Com
missioners of Dauphin County must
accompany eueh bid. Successful bidder
will have five days' tltne to file lil*
bond for the full bid price.
HENRY W. GOUQH.