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Telephone Vour Want Ads to the Telegraph J
To the
Phone Bell 2040
Cumberland 203
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BINGAMAN—On May 18. 19U- Abra "
ham J. Blngaman, aped 29 years.
Funeral on Thursday 0 |;
2.15 from his late residence, 524 Wood
bine street. The relatives and friends,
also all organizations of which h ® ith .
a member, are invited to attend
out further notice. Burial prUate
Franklin Bldg. _•
"LOST Scotch Collie;
white breast, collar and paws, small
ears; sea? on nose. .Answers to name
of lAddte. Reward If returned to li.B
North Fourth street.
ing Co., Buffalo, N. > ■
WANTED —At once, experienced m ®"
to work on machines and bench m
planing mill at Lemoyne, Pa. Appiy
at Mill Office. ____
12AINTERS wanted. None but flrst-
need apply. Basehoro Bros., 19-2
Wy - street. _
CANVASSER Good, experienced
hustler; salary and commission; steady
position, with advancement; state full
experience, age. etc. Suite 1014
Nassau street, New York.
WANTED An experienced electro
plater to take full charge. K T. Fralm
Lock Co., Lancaster. Pa.
~~ WANTED —Clean-cut specialty sales
men. High-grade proposition. Apply
308 Trustee Building.
Hi;LP WANTED —Feinule
WANTED at once. Salesladies for
lace, gloves, and fancy goods depart
ments. Good salaries paid to those
who thoroughly understand these lines.
Also salesladies for Saturdays. Apply
to Mr. Green, main floor, Astrich's,
Fourth and Market streets.
WHITE woman for cook. Must have
reference. Good wages. Apply at
once. 1727 North Second street.
WANTED. —Experienced white girl
or middle-aged woman for general
housework in family of three. Call
from 9 to 12. 213 Pine Btreet.
WANTED Capable woman to do
general housework for family of three;
nice room and good wages. Answer
Box 138, Camp Hill.
WANTED Four reliable lady
agents, not too young; exceptional good
proposition; must have good reference.
Call any evening this week, Room 10,
third floor. No. 31 North Third street.
HELP WANTED by white woman, to
assist with washing and ironing three
to four days a week. None but experi
enced need apply. 333 South Sixteenth
street, or Bell phone 383 R.
best dressmaking schools in America.
Make your own dresbes while learning.
Night and Day classes. Work's Dress
making School. 22 North Fourth street.
YOUNG min of 22 desires position
• s bookkeeper or stenographer. Can
keep single and double entry books ana
can handle all lines of stenographic
work. Best references. Address H„
698, care of Telegraph.
WANTED.—Carpenter wishes posi
tion. Apt>ly 712 Race street.
WANTED Young man, 19, wants
position of most any kind. Inquire to
11. R.. 2154 North Seventh street City
WANTED Young man, 19, wants
position of most any kind. Inquire to
1439W N ° rth Si * th street Ph°ne
922 Ash Ave., 2 s. f., 6 r. sin
1930 Wallace St., 2 s. f„ 7 r & b * »
2137 Atlas St | & D " 5!"
1610 Juniper St., 2 s. b., 6 r. Sin
"66 Emerald St., 3 a. b BIT
KB2O Derry St., 2s. f., r Siii
18 Mulberry St. ...... 5.'"
024 B. 18th St., 2% 8. b„ 8 r & b Srs
1603 N 2d St.. 3 B. b.. 10 r & b MS
22 S. 17th St., (furnished) .....' ,50
Lemoyne—3s4 York St., 2 s. f. *7
Bella Vlata—2 s. f. 3 r. b. & nhone
(furnished) ft mile to trolley S2B
HoiiNtnn'a Mill 2% s. b., 7r. (partly
furnished) aia
Ne»v „o rt—DesiraM e summer ' home,
the Marshall property—furnished
house stable and 2 acres of
Perdlx— Furnished cottage, 6 r...fr,0
5W S. 13th St. 4 r. & b„ front porch,
18 N. 4th St., second floor apartment
3 rooms and bath
4 8. 4th St., 3 r. & bath ". S«5
71 « N. Oth St.,—lst floor—s rooms
bath—city steam heat S3O
225 N. 2<l St., 3d floor——s rooms
bath hot water city team
heat $42.50
Miller Bros. & Neefe
Fire Insurance Surety Bonds
Locust and Court Streets
HELP WANTED—MaIe and Female.
WANTED Man and wife during
summer months at country home. Wo
man to do cooking and man to make
himself generally useful. Good wages
to right party. Apply 510 North Sec
ond street.
WANTED By colored man, work
of any kind in private family. 329
Cherry avenue.
WANTED Boy of 16 would like
work of any kind. Apply to Ralph
Anderson, Lemoyne, Pa.
WANTED Young colored boy, 17
years, would like work as butler in
private family; can give city reference.
Apply B. P., 667 Briggs street, after 5
P. M.
M'H.Vi'loXs W ANTED —Female
COLORED woman would like days'
work of any kind. Address 669 Briggs
EXPERIENCED cook, colored, would
like position as cook. Can <rive best of
city reference. Does not care to go
out of city. Address 669 Briggs street.
Wanted. Housecleaning or iron
ing. by middle-aged white woman. Ad
dress S., 691, care of Telegraph.
COLORED girl wants a place for
housework or work by the day. Apply
622 ..orth street.
WANTED —By white woman, with
girl 13 years old, wants position as
housekeeper, or work of any kind in
small hotel or restaurant. Address L.,
700, care of Telegraph.
NEAT colored girl wants days' work
of any kind, and colored woman wants
washing and ironing. Apply 1723
North Seventh street.
YOUNG widow wishes position as
housekeeper, for widower preferred.
No objection to a child or two. Call or
address A. L., 1314 James street, city.
WANTED Colored woman wants
day s work. Call, or write, 520 Brown
WANTED Position by colored girl
as nurse, in or out of town family. Ad
dress M., 688, care of Telegraph.
WANTED A colored girl wishes a
position as cook, or nurse, at once. Call,
or write, 907 Sarah avenue.
WANTED By middle-aged white
woman, washing and ironing to do
Mondays and Tuesdays only; can fur
nish reference. Call, or address. Room
No. 6J, 418 Wallace street, City.
WANTED By tw\> German girls,
general housework by the day. Inquire
1224 Herr street, City.
WANTED An experienced nurse
would like nursing, or caring for In
fant; willing to assist with housework
and go out of city. Bell phone 1621 H.
Located along State road, 8 miles from
Gettysburg, 3 miles from railroad;
beautiful summer resort; all conveni
ences; large barn which houses 18 head
of horses; t also automobile garage.
Price, $8,500. Good paying proposi
tion for the right man. For particulars
see John C. Orr, 222 Market street. Bell
phone 934.
Twenty-first Street, size 20x115 feet,
S3OO cash. This is a special bargain
price. Miller Bros. & Neefe. Bell phone
1847 MARKET ST., 3-story brick
dwelling (one of a pair) 10 rooms
bath steam heat. Lot, 21x160 ft.
Special figure as the property must be
sold promptly. Miller Bros. & Neefe,
Locust and Court streets.
NO. 1139 DERRY STREET at reduced
price 3-story frame 9 rooms —■
bath gas furnace lot. 20x120, ex
tending to Christian street central
location. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
FOR SALE Three new houses be
ing completed lmprovements—wide
street. Will be sold this week for
$2,000, $2,200 and $2,500. Easy terms.
Address Edgar B. Lerew, 1925 State
servatory of Music—three-story brick
and stone building auditorium l6
rooms and bath. Could be remodeled
for a private school apartments—or
rooming house lot, 29x100 feet. Price
upon Inquiry. Miller Bros. & Neefe
Locust and Court streets.
story brick dwelling l2 rooms—bath
and furnace two-story brick stable
on River avenue. Lot, 26.3x210 ft. Price
upon inquiry. Miller Bros. & Neefe, Lo
cust and Court streets.
brick house; 9 rooms and bath; all Im
provements; front and back porches*
first-class condition. Price reasonable!
Apply 2014 Green street.
Ffiß SALE New brick house 7
roormj bath gas electric light—
?o? am ™ eat „T large Porch lot, 30x
125. We will paper and finish interior
to suit you. Bell Realty Co.. Bergner
FOR SALE Corner lot at Riverside
—desirable plot 62x100. Price attrac
two. Also lots in other suburbs of
Harrisburg. Several in exchange for
,city houses. Bell Realty Co.. Bergner
A n ?J L'X? In Elleabethtown.'Pa.?
A town which has all city conveniences,
good markets, splendid train and trol
ley service. Houses with all modern
conveniences for sale or rent. Call on
o£ address, J. H. Buch, Ellzabethtown!
SALE Twenty large lofts, 1J»
x2lO ft-., at from $3 to $6 per froWt (oot,
overlooking Harrlsburg. Oood soli, air
?' a A e T r and neighbors. Call Bell phon«
FOR SALE 1822 Boas street, new
two-story brick; never occupied; 7
rooms, hall und bath: all Improvements;
gas and electric lights; cement cellar;
concrete walks and steps; grass plats
and side entrance. Price, $2,400.D0, on
easy terms. Inquire Chas. Barnhart,
1821 Whitehall street.
FOR SALE 1631 Market St. 3-
story brick 7 rooms, bath and store
room lot, 20x17C, extending through
to Zarker street. Brlnton-Packer Co.,
Second and Walnut streets.
FOR SALE 2120 Jefferson St.
3-story frame dwelling l5 rooms,
bath and furnace lot, 17x90 cor
ner property. Brlnton-Packer Co., Sec
ond and Walnut streets.
FOR SALE 2 -story brick house,
?, n , Derr V street. Paxtang, Pa. Electric
lights, steam heat and gas. All Improve
ments. Price reasonable to quick buyer.
Apply W. Ross Bealor, Paxtang, Pa.
Bell phone 2022 M.
FOR RENT lBl5 North Second
street; 10 rooms; bath; porches; mod
ern home; possession at once. Rental,
$35.00. Fitzgerald Real Estate Agency,
317 Walnut street.
FOR RENT Two desirable homes
on Main street, Mechanicsburg. All Im
provements. Possession given June 1.
Rent, $16.00. Happle and Swartz, In
surance and Real Estate, Mechanlca
burg, Pa.
FOR RENT 1533 North Third. 6
rooms, bath, rent, $20.00; 110 South
Thirteenth, 10 rooms, bath, rent, $25.00.
Also store room and farm for rent. In
quire 430 Walnut.
FOR RENT.—New brick house with
steam heat and elegant finish, situate
No. 2311 Derry street, rent $25; No.
1197 Christian street, rent sl4; No. 118
Nagle street, rent $9.50. J. E. Gipple,
1251 Market street.
FOR RENT The house one mile
from Newport, known as "Clemsen
Place," located on Buffalo Creek, with
Pennsylvania R. R. and Juniata River
Immediately adjacent. Kitchen, dln
ingroom. parlor and side room on first
floor. Five large and small rooms on
second floor, with light hallway to sec
ond story porch. i) our large clothes
closets In house. Large yard and fine
garden, with outbuildings. Pump of
good water at back door. Two porches
in front and one in rear of house.
House just painted and papered
throughout. Room In stable for horse
or automobile. Terms, SIOO for the sea
son to responsible party. Apply at
office of The Oak Extract Co., Newport,
rooms, bath; front and rear porches;
immediate possession. Apply Penn'a
Realty and improvement Co., 132 Locust
street, llent, sl6 per month.
FOR RENT. Apartment second
floor, 4 rooms and bath; big porch;
hardwood lloor; reasonable rent. Ap
ply L. Sllbert's Confectionery Store,
Sixth and Harris streets.
Sixth Street Bank, Sixth and Maclay
FOR RENT—Finest furnished apart
ments in the city, singly or en suite,
The Conway, 131 Walnut street. For
merly next Orpheum Theater.
FOR RENT Large, cool, beautifully
furnished front room, with three large
windows, in private family; übo of
phone. 324 North Second street.
FOR RENT Three large front
rooms, with or without board, over
looking Capitol Park, for gentleman or
couples. Apply 328 North street.
FOR RENT Large, cool, well-fur
nished front room, in private family,
with use of bath and phone, located
near Mulberry Street Bridge; gentle
man preferred; reference exchanged.
Address Y., 687, care of Telegraph.
FURNISHED ROOMS, single or en
suite, all conveniences, including phone;
reference required. Apply 1016 North
t ront street.
VERY desirable furnished rooms in
one of the best locations In the city.
Use of bath and telephone. Apply 203
State street. (
FOR RENT Two large
rooms, nicely furnished with
board with private family; will
suit couple; all conveniences; use
of phone; central location. 814
Capital street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; electric
light; bay window front, with use of
large front porch and phone; Immedi
ate possession. 44 Nortii Seventeenth
FOR RENT Newly furnished front
rooms, facing Capitol Park; hot and
cold running water in each room; elec
tric light; use of phone and bath. Ap
ply Robinson Apartments, 410 North
FOR RENT—Nicely, new, furnished
rooms, with board by the day or meal.
Apply 123 South Second street.
FOR RENT Three second floor,
nice rooms, for light housekeeping or
rooming; rates reasonable. Apply 1341
Vernon street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, for gentlemen, with city heat
and use of bath. Apply 272 Briggs
FOR RENT Furnished and unfur
nished room, with all conveniences;
newly papered and painted; use of
phone and bath. Apply 927 North Third
street. Bell 852 J.
preferred, private family on Hummel
street. Address H., 689, care of Tele-
WANTED —To buy floor show case,
4 to 8 feet long. Apply Keystone Sup
ply Co., 814 North Third street. United
phone 19W,
FOR SALE Second-hand bicycle—
in good condition. Inquire 2016 Green
FOR SALE 1 cart horse. Slabach
Stables, 233 Blackberry street.
1913 FORD Touring Car, fully
equipped, in good running order; also
five-passenger Buick touring car in
fine running order. Call Neighbors Mo
tor Co., 120 Market street, Harrisburg,
FOR SALE. Milk route, doing a
good oash business. Will sell cheap to
quick buyer, only those who mean
business need apply. Address M., 701,
care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Send 25c for a nice
package of assorted Quilt Patches,
have been pleased. Valley
Supply Co.. Dept. 46, Shiremanstown,
FOR SALE —Long's Pop Corn Crlsp
ette machine and floor show case six
feet long. All in ftrst-class condition.
Address G. W. Snyder, AnnviUe, Pa.
FOR SALE Automobile, 4-cylln
der, 29-H.-P., 121-inch wheel base, 36-
inch wheels, foredoor roadster fully
equipped. Will sell reasonable or ex
change for a good four or six-cylinder
four or five-passenger car. For dem
onstration write, or call, No. 1517 North
Sixth street, Harrlsburg, Pa.
FCfR SALE Cheap, if bought at
once new ball-W-arinfc vafcu U m
sweeper with brush attachment. Write,
or phone. T. A. Spearen, Savoy Hotel,
corner Third and Mulberry streets.
FOR SALE Piano as good as new.
Will sell cheap, either cash or instal
ments. If you desire piano, this is a
bargain. Address P. O. Box 484, Har
rlsburg. Pa.
FOR SALE Good work mare, dump
cart and harness, and one-horse jolt
wagon—all at a bargain, as I have no
further use for same. Call at Reld
lingor's Store, Perdlx, or A. C. Young.
26 North Third street. Bell phone
713 L.
TRUNKS, Traveling Bags, 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. Huriisburg Har
ness and Supply Co., Second and Chest
nut streets.
FOR SALE. Horses Western
Horses. Just arrived, one carload of
Western horses and will be sold at the
Pennsylvania Railroad yards. In this
special shipment are some big bone
draft kind; broken and unbroken.
W. C. Peck.
FOR SALE, CHEAP Wagon, suit
able for laundry, grocery or light de
livery. Call 201 Herr street.
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms ana
Board and Table Board at 250 each.
One of these signs will be given with
each six-time order for a classified ad.
if paid in advance. Inquire at Office or
FOR SALE. —Good paying general
store, close to Harrisburg. Must sell
on account of 111 health. Address A,
692, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE.—Lumber Wagon and
two two-seated carriages. Apply Wallis
Bros., Haehnlen and Prune avenues.
DININGROOM chairs, rockers, new
mattress, refrigerator, pictures and
kitchen utensils, to be sacrificed. Snap
for a newly-married couple. Apply
1212 North Third street, between 6 and
8 p. m., second floor.
FOR SALE.—Oldtown Sponson Canoe
and outfit complete. Slightly used;
cheap. Call between 6 and 7 evenings;
218 Mulberry street.
FOR SALE. Well-equipped shoo
repairing shop, with machinery; doing
good business. For particulars ad
dress Box 8., 690, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE. 1913 Regal roadster.
Will demonstrate. Good as new. Will
sell at a sacrifice; a bargain. C. M.
Hoffer, care of Hoffer & Garraan, 230
South Eighteenth street.
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business Office.
FOR SALE At sacrifice, if taken at
once; stock and fixtures of general store
doing large business, in thriving town.
Will prove volume of business to In
terested party. Want to join my hus
band in Minnesota, reason for selling.
Call and examine stock. M. C. A
Clouser. Duncannon, Pa,
C. W H. LANGLETZ, wholesale and
retail rough and dressed lumber. Bell
phone 13S3J. Office and yards; Cam
eron and Mulberry streets.
FOR SALE l-Three Truck, in ex
cellent condition, practically new, made
by the Morton Truck and Tractor Co.,
Harrisburg, Pa. Guaranteed one year.
No reasonable offer rofused. Samuel F.
Peters, New Cumberland, Pa,
USED motorcycles; all makes; over
hauled and 'n fine condition; guaran
teed to be as represented; call for dem
onstration. Heagy Bros., 1204 North
Third street.
secured at the Telegraph Business
FOR RENT.—Second and third story,
24 North Fourth street: possession
June 1. Bair's Cigar Store.
FOR RENT Two-story warehouse,
Cowden street near Market. Elevator;
railroad siding: 5,000 sq. ft. floor space.
Possession June 1. Apply C. F. Gohl,
1003 North Second street. Bell phone
899 L,
FOR RENT Desirable offices In the
Telegraph Hull iling. singly or en suite.
Inquire at Business Office.
FOR RENT Two-story garage,
with water and sewer, rear 1530 Reglna
street. Will accommodate two cara J.
E. Glpple, 1261 Market street.
FOR RENT Store room 1200 North
Third Btreet; 33x100; 14-foot ceiling;
one of the best rooms in the city. Ap
ply J. S. Slble, 256 Herr street.
Ward; some of them on paved street.
Will exchange for Improved property.
An exceptional opportunity for a
builder. Call and Inspect blue print.
K. It.Oyster, Trustee, care of Telegraph
Business Office.
RESTAURANT in good location, do
ing good business. Will be cheap If
sold at once. Family and railroadmen
are the patrons. Reason for selling,
going into other business. Address
Box R., 699, care of Telegraph. .
route of our new ball gum machines;
small investment; big returns. Ad
vance Vending Co., 237 East Forty
fifth street. New York.
ANY intelligent person can earn good
Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Snydicate, 798, Lock
port, N. Y.
I MADE $50,000 in five years In the
mail order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock, 365 Lockport, N. Y.
HIGHEST PRICES paid for Old Gold
and Silver, Watches and Jewelry, or
will exchange for new Jewelry. Jos.
D. Brenner, Jeweler, 803 North Third
street. Bell phone 626 L.
FOR SALE —At Gable's, 111 and
117 South Second street, 5,000 gallons
New Era ready mixed Paint; Acme
quality. Also the full llr.e of the Acme
FOR SALE At Gable's, 113, 115 and
117 South Second street, 5,000 sets new
Sash, Bxlo, 12 L., primed and glazed,
$1.15 per set. Also other sizes.
I BUY AND SELL all second-hand fur
nlture, carpets, etc. Drop postal, or
call. A. A. Kohr, corner Blackberr>
and Dewberry streets.
LOCAL EXPRESS and Delivery. Piano
and Furniture moving a specialty Stor
age of household goods and furrlture
packing Hell phone 1684J Ilia fc'ont
gomery, Harrisburg
WE BUY AND SELL all kinds of fur
niture, clothing, etc. Drop us a postal
and we will call to see you. Max
Smeltz, 1100 North Seventh street.
ANY and all kinds of Job Carpenter
ing Work. Also Concrete Walas and
Steps a specialty. Address H. H. Shlvs
ly. Lucknow. Pa.
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
W. J. WENRICH, 339 Hamilton street
—Furniture, china and piano packing.
Shipments looked after at both ends.
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
3227 W.
HAVE your Ford's lookeC after now
whl,le we are not so busy. We make a
specialty on Ford cars. Give ua a
chance. Our prices are right. Call B.
M. Enavely, Middle town. Pa.
Market Failed to Hold Any Considerable Part of Its Early
Advance; Bonds Reported Irregular
By Associated Press
New York, May 19.—The market
(ailed to hold any considerable part of
its early advanoe. Steel, Reading; and
Union Pacific soon yielding', with sym
pathetic heaviness elsewhere. The un
favorable figures disclosed by the for
[ eign trade report, supplemented by dis
couraging utterances of prominent
merchants, served to call renewed at
tention to the general state of mercan
tile business.
Increased weakness in Chesapeake
and Ohio and Missouri Pacific was asso
ciated with pending financial difficul
ties. Some selling of Union Pacific,
Canadian Pacific and the coppers was
reported for foreign account. Reces
sions in Lackawanna and Pittsburgh
and C, C. and St. Louis on small offer
ings occasioned comment by reason of
their usual Inactivity.
Bonds were Irregular.
Furnished by H. W. SNAVELY
Arcade Building
New York, May 19.
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines . 28% 28%
Araal. Copper 73% 72%
American Can 28% 20
American Can pfd., 91% 91%
Am. C. & F 51% 51
American Cotton OH 42% 42%
Am. Ice Securities . . 31% 31
Am. Locomotive ... 33 33
American Smelting . 64% 64%
Anaconda 32% 32%
Atchison 96% 96%
Baltimore & Ohio .. 92% 92%
Bethlehem Steel ... 42% 42%
Brooklyn R. T 92% 92%
California Petroleum 20% 20%
Canadian Pacific 194% 194
Central Leather ... 36 36
Chesapeake & Ohio. 51 50%
C., M. & St. P 101% 100%
Chino Con. Copper .41% 41%
Col. F. & 1 27% 27%
Consolidated Gas .. 129 129
Corn Products 9% 9%
Erie 29% 29%
Erie Ist pfd 44% 44%
General Electric ... 148% 148
Goodrich. B. F 26% 26%
Goodrich, B. F., pfd 90 90
Great Northern pfd. 125% 124%
Gt. North. Ore subs. 33% 33%
Interborough-Met. . 14% 14%
Int.-Met. pfd 62% 62%
Lehigh Valley 139% 149%
Louisville and Nash. 137% 137%
Mex. Petroleum ... 62% 62
Missouri Pacific ... 17% 17%
Nev. Consol. Copper 14% 14%
New York Central . 93% 93%
N. Y„ N. H. & H. .. 69 68%
Nofolk & AVestern.. 106% 104%
Northern Pacific ... 111% 111%
jPenna. Railroad ... 112% 112
[Pressed Steel Car ..45 45
I Ray Con. Copper .. 22 21%
Reading 166% 166%
Rep. Iron & Steel .. 23% 23%
Southern Pacific ... 93% 93%
Southern Railway . 25% 25%
Southern Ry. pfd .. 80 79%
Tennessee Copper . 35 35
Texas Company ... 139 139
Union Pacific 158 157%
U. S. Rubber 59% 59
U. S. Steel 63 62%
U. S. Steel pfd .... 109% 110
Utah Copper • 57% 57%
Va. Car. Chem .... 29% 29%
Western Maryland . 21% 20 %
Westinghouse Mfg.. 76% 76%
H. W. LATH 13. Boarding Stable and
Nntloual Transfer Co. Movers of
f ilanos, safes, boilers and general haul
ng. H. W. Lathe, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No.
2603 R.
with best material and by expert Help.
Send us your worn furniture. Our best
efforts Insure your satisfaction. S. N.
Gluck, 320 Woodbine street.
R. A. Simmons and family desire to
thank their friends and neighbors for
' the many kindnesses shown them dur
ing their recent bereavement.
,n amounts of JI.OOO and up on first
mortgage on city property, repayable
monthly or Installments. Debt cancel
ed and mortgage satisfied on death of
borrower. John C. Orr, 222 Market
of loaning money by which borrowers
share profits of lenders. Legal rates,
easy terms, confidential. Offices. Rooms
fi-7. 9 North Market Square.
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons, 75 cents
i per month. Apply D. Coop&r & Co., 411
| Broad street. Both phones.
large brick warehouses, built ex
pressly for storage. Private rooms
for household goods and unexcelled fa
cilities for storing all kinds of mer
chandise. Low storage rates. South
In the matter of application of Lydia
M. Hill to bo declared a femme sole
To Charles W. Hill:
TAKE NOTICE that a petition has
■been presented to the Court of Common
Pleas, of Dauphin County, by Lydia M.
Hill for a decree authorizing her to act,
as a femme sole trader according to Act
of Assembly relating thereto, and that
the Court has fixed Juno 1, 1914, at
10:00 A. M., for the hearing of said
matter, when you may attend and show
cause why petition should not be
Attorney for Petitioner.
NOTICE Letters Testamentary on
the Estate of Andrew J. Dull, late of
Harrlsburg, Pa., deceased, having
been granted to the undersigned, all
persons Indebted to said< Estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment,
and those having claims will present
them for settlement.
Or to Harrisburg, Pa.
222 Market Street.
THE) harrlsburg Polyclinic Dispen
sary will be open dally except Sunday
•t 3 P. M.. at lta new location, 1701
North Second street, for the free treat
ment of the worthy poor.
and other* upon their own name*
Cheap rates, easy payments, confiden
tain * Co, EL 104 I X. Market U
MAY 19, 1914.
Furnished by H. W. SNAViSLY
Arcade Building
Chicago, 111., May 19.
Open. High. Low. Cios.
May 97% 97% 97% 9T%
July 88 88% 87% 88%
May 88% 69 68% 69
July 66% 67% 66% 60s
May 40% -10% 40% 40%
July 38% 39% 38% 39%
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., May 19. Hogs Re
ceipts, 11,000; steady. Bulk of sales,
$8.5008.55; light, $8.35
$8.3008.60; heavy, SB,IOO 8.57 % ; rough,
$8.1008.25; pigs, $7.5008.40.
Cattle Receipts, 2,500; weak.
Beeves, $7.5009.30; steers. $7.1008.20;
stockei'B and feeders, $6.4008.55; cows
and heifers, $3.6508.65; calves, $7.50©
Sheep - Receipts 17,000; steady.
Sheep, $5.4006.25; yearlings, 6.1507.25;
lambs, $0.35®) 8.50; prings, $6.5009.75.
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, May 19. Wheat
Steady. No. 2, red, export, $l,OlO
1.01%; No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export,
$1.04% ©1.05%.
Corn—Higher; new, No. 2, yellow,
natural, local, [email protected]%c; do., kiln dried,
local, 81081% c.
Oats Higher; No. 2, white, 46%©
47 c.
Bran Market firm; winter, per
ton, $29.50030.00; spring, per ton.
J2B 00025.50.
Refined Sugars Market firm;
powdered, 4.10 c; fin® granulated, 4.00 c;
confectioners' A. 3.90 c; Keystone A,
3.80 c.
Butter The marker is lower;
western creamery, extra, 26c; nearby
prints, fancy, 29c.
Eggs The market Is firm;
Pennsylvania and otnei nearby flr»'.».
free cases, $6.30 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, $6.15 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $6.3n
per case; do., firsts, free cases, $6.15
per case.
Live Poultry Weak; fowls, 18©
18% c; young chickens, 14020 c;
spring chickens, 27©32 c; broiling
chickens, 26 032 c; old roosters, 12
@l3c; ducks, 13©15 c; spring ducks, 17
tolNc; geese. 15017 c; turkeys, la JUc.
Dressed Poultry Firm; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 18 %c; do.,
fair to good, heavy, 16©i8c; do.,
do., unattractive, 13015 c; old
roosters, 14c; roasting chick
ens, fancy, 16018 c; broiling
chickens, fancy, 24 085 c; do., fair,
< <11.11.. iaifct iiOm,
• mall, 18O20c; turkeys, fancy, -lOltc
10.. fair. SOCtlSc: ducks. 11 Wise: «:«•••>•
Potatoes Firmer; New York and
Eastern, per bushel, 80©88 c; Western,
per bushel. 80®8Sc; Jersey, per basket,
20050 c; Florida, per barrel, [email protected]
Hay The market is weak; tim
othy, No. 1, large bales, $18.50019.00;
No. I, medium bales, $18.00018.50; No,
2, do., $16.50017.50; No. 2, do., $14,500
Clover mixed: Light mixed, $17,000
17.50; No. 1, do., $16.00016.60; No. 2. d 0...
$14.00015 00.
Tells of His Associations With Late
J. Pierpont Morgan and Wil
liam Rockefeller
By Associated Press
Washington, D. C„ May 19.—Charles
S. Mellen to-day resumed the remark
able story he is unfolding before tho
Interstate Commerce Commission con
cerning the vast and complicated finan
cial operations of the New Haven Rail
road and its various subsidiers.
Chief Counsel Folk, of the commis
sion, directed his inquiries to-day
chiefly to developing the dominant part
taken in the transactions by prominent
figures on tbe bo-rd of directors of
the New Haven Railroad, and more
particularly the late J. Pierpont Mor
gan and William Rockefeller.
I Mr. Mellen told of his relations with
Mr. Morgan, including some differences
which he said had occurred. Mr. Mel
len nlso went fully into the acquisition
of the New York, West Chester and
Boston road by the New Haven. This
brought out further references to the
r>nrt taken by the late Police Inspector
Thomas F. Byrnes, of New York, who,
Mr. Mellen testified, operated through
"the people In Fourteenth street,
where, you know, Tammany Hall Is
Mr. Mellen, when questioned about
differences with Mr. Morgan regarding
the West Chester deal, detailed a con
versation with the late financier which
he said had greatly "humiliated" him.
"Were you afraid of Mr. Morgan?"
Mr. Polk asked.
"You might call it cowardice." Mr.
Mellen answered. "I held Mr. Morgan
in more awe than any other man I
ever knew."
In the Matter of tbe Kntnte of
Elizabeth S. Beck
The Executor will expose at an ad
journed public sale, on Wednesday,
May 20th, 1914, at 2 o'clock, p. m„
in front of the Court House, Har
rlsburg. Pennsylvania, properties No.
1212 Bailey street and No. 22 N.
Summit street, having thereon erect
ed a two-story frame mansard roof
dwelling house, on Bailey street, and
a two-story frame dwelling house
In the rear on Summit street.
Terms of sale will be announced
at time of sale.
MABTIN L. BECK, Executor
- N
Adams Co. Ho e.
, For Sale
Located along State Ronil—B
miles from Gettysburg —3 miles
from railroad, beautiful summer
resort all conveniences large
barn tvhlcb houses 18 head of
horses —also automobile garage—
Price $8,500. Good paying proposi
tion for the right man. For par
ticulars see
Bell Phone 05-1
WMPPnpHM«nininnsJ /
[Continued from First Page.]
Fountain, 1120,
Member General Committee.
them to the convention city. By 1.80
this afternoon it is believed that all
delegates will be here and to-mor
row's session will probably begin with
all in place.
Alter an address of welcome on be
half of the city by Mayor John K.
Royal and on behalf of the Harrisburg
lodges by R. D. Beman, which was
responded to by Grand Master Fred
C. Hanyen, of Scranton, the conven
tion got down to business. Tho report
of the grand master indicated that
everything was harmoniously working.
He congratulated the order on its
splendid showing and its rapid growth
during the past few months toward
attaining the 200,000 mark sot for
Kilt,ooo Members in State
The report of the grand secretary.
Usher A. Hall, Philadelphia, showed
that there are now a approximately
180,000 members in tho state. .Last.
September there was 157,751. M.
Richards Muckle, the grand treasurer,
who is 90 years old, and who at th©
linal session will be installed to that
office for the fifty-ninth consecutive
term, presented a report showing a
healthy condition of the finances of
the order.
Of course, the unexpected may de
velop at any time, but so far as pre
figuring goes there doesn't appear to
be much under the surface to ruffi©
the serenity of this convention. There
is a proposal on foot to create a third
home for aged and infirm members of
the order in addition to continuing tho
maintenance of the homes now op
erated in Philadelphia and in Grove
City, and if finances warrant it such
a proposition will probably pass.
Installation of OHirers
Sessions will continue to-morrow
and Thursday and will conclude with
j the installation of officers selected last
fall by tho past grands' associations
all over the state. The following will
be installed: Grand master, Paul A.
Benson, Erie; deputy grand master,
J. P. Hale Jenkins, Norristown; grand
warden, Perry A. Shaner, Pittsburgh;
representative to the sovereign grand
lodge, Wilson K. Mohr, Allentown.
Usher A. Hall and the grand old man
of the state order, M. Richards Muckle,
will be again installed as secretary and
The session adjourned at 12.30 this
afternoon to meet again to-morrow
morning at !) o'clock.
The Odd Fellows are everywhere in
evidence in tho city parks and suburbs
snd the downtown section is gay with
flags hung out to welcome tho visiting
members of the three-link order.
Headquarters of the state officers at
the Commonwealth are crowded and a
similar condition prevails at the other
hotels in the city.
Auxiliary Lodge Sessions.
In the meantime the Daughters of
Rebckah, the auxiliary order of the
Odd Fellows, proceeded from head
quarters in the Bolton house to the
Board of Trade rooms and began their
twenty-fifth annual session. The of
ficers arrived yesterday and most of
'the delegates were on hand when busW
ness began this morning.
Daughters of Rebekah
to Propose Changes
in Their Constitution
Odd Fellows, who, to-morrow morn
ing are expected to wrestle over the
problem of providing a constitution for
tho D'aughters of Rebekah, the aux
iliary order composed of wives or
daughters or sisters of members, little
reck that a strong undercurrent is
brewing among the Rebekahs in re
spect to this same constitution which,
it is said, will propose some radical
changes not altogether to the liking
of the "Sister of Odd Fellowship." Un
doubtedly any student of humming na
ture or history will tell you that the
ladles will have their way anyway, but
according to officers of the Rebekahs
they are going to object to some of
the changes of the constitution, if they
Of course if the State Convention
| hands down tho constitution as If it
were a mandate, a saying, "this is the
j law," not much can be done in public.
Things will have to go along until home
is reached, according as directed. But
if the Grand Lodge allows some dis
cretionary powers of ratification there
may be an extremely interesting sess
sion, with some breakers ahead. At
present the Rebekahs are allowed to
make tho "little laws" governing their
body. It Is said that they want more
The Rebekah assembly nponori
twenty-fifth session in the Board of
Trade building at 9 o'clock (In.
ing when Miss Bertha Cunkle, of Sus
quehanna Lodge, made an address of
welcome, which was responded to by
tho president, Mrs. Minnie C. Snyder,
of Erie. Nineteen new lodges were
Instituted in the State during the past
year, according to her report. The ses
sion adjourned at noon to meet again
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Defense Open Its
Side in Becker Trial
New York, May 19. The defense
launched Its case to-day at the triaJ
of Charles Becker, former police lieu
tenant. for the murder of the gambler,
Herman Rosenthal, and called as Its
first witness Jacob Reich, alias Jack
Sullivan, "king of the newsboys."
Whether Becker will take the stand
was still undecided to-day.
Rosenthal died In a gamblers' war,
nt the hands of the four gunman put
to death for the crime, according to
the contention of Martin T. Manton,
chief counsel for the defense, in his
opening address. It was doubtless
true, he said, that Jack Rose induced
the gunmen to slay Rosenthal, but
Ro»e was acting for himself, not for

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