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are not more effectually lost to the sight of thous
ands than is an article lost on the streets of Harris
burg, unless the loser follows the lead of most Har
risburg people and inserts a LOST ad in the Tele
This method has proved the surest for recover
ing valuables, large and small, of all in Harrisburg.
Because the Telegraph has more readers than
any other Harrisburg newspaper its LOST ads are
almost always sure to reach the finder.
When you Lose something
Phone Bell 2040, Cumberland 203. Telegraph
HARTER On Wednesday evening,
July 16, 1914, Martha Alda, oldest
daughter of Forrest J. and Iva May
Harter, aged 5 years, 8 months and
Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at -
o'clock, from her parents' residence.
1622 Juniper street. Relatives and
friends are invited to attend without
further notice. Burial in Paxtang Ceme
■MILLER —Died July 14, 1914, Frederick
Jacob Miller, in his 55th year, of d 23
North Sixteenth street. He is sur
vived by his wife and one daughter.
Funeral services will be held at the
■above address on Friday afternoon, at
4 o'clock. Relatives and friends are
Invited to attend. Burial private in
East Harrisburg Cemetery. _
FOUND Recently, a sum of money.
Owner can recover by proving property
and paying for this advertisement. Ad
dress Jos. A. Livers, Littlestown, Pa.
SALESMAN WANTED by a local cor
poration where advancement depends
on merit. If you are afraid of a £ on ]~
mission proposition don't reply. Posi
tion is permanent; your future here is
just what you make it. State age,
where last employed, etc. References
required. Replies strictly confidential.
Address 8.. 2042, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Two broommakers
new factory power winders no
labor trouble pay, 22c to 30c on ♦
grades carpet brooms steady work ™
railroad fare paid—no boozers, J. R.
8., 365 East Maiden street. Washington,
ARMY OF UNITED STATES. MEN
WANTED. Ablebodled, unmarried men
between ages of 18 and 35; citizens of
United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write the English language. For
information applv to Recruiting Officer,
Bergner Building. 3d & Market Sts.,
Harrisburg; 48 N. Queen St., Lancaster;
353 Pine St., Williamsport, or 37 W.
Market St., lork. Pa.
WANTED Edge trimmer or
stitch downs. One who is ex
perienced on trimming Welts or
McKays.. Steady work. Curtis
& Jones Co., Reading, Pa.
MEN 20 to 40 years old wanted at
once for Electric Railway Motormen
snd Conductors; S6O to SIOO a month;
no experience necessary; fine opportu
nity; no strike; write immediately for
application blank. Address J., 2014,
care of Telegraph.
WANTED Agents for our new Dol
lar-a-Month Accident and Health poli
cies (including natural death benefit)
to men and women; all occupations.
Liberal commissions. National Acci
dent Society, 320 Broadway, New York.
WANTED White woman to do
general housework. Call at 1511 North
Fourth street, Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED —Young lady, experienced
In stenography, cashier work and gen
eral office work, wishes position; ref
erence furnished. Address 8., 2039, care
of Telegraph Office. ,
GIRLS WANTED to learn the
trade of cigar making, packing
and in the shipping dept. Apply
Harrisburg Cigar Co., No. 500
WANTED An office girl, with
some knowledge of bookkeeping; short
hand and typewriting not neecssary.
Apply Keystone Rug Co.. 1115 Mont
WORK'S DRESSMAKING SCI.OOI,
TEACHES perfect fitting before sew
ing. Each pupil makes the entire dress.
Become a pupil now. Make all your
Summer and Fall dresses while learn
ing. Night and Day Classes. W. A.
Work. 22 North Fourth street.
WANTED—For our new mill,
100 experienced weavers. Apply
Harrisburg Silk Mill.
WANTED Young man desires po
sition as short order cook or bartend-
reference. Address P., 2045, care
WANTED By white boy, 19 years
of age, work of any kind. 620 Broad
WANTED Colored man would like
position with private familv or doctor;
can cook. F. S, C„ 433 South street.
WANTED ChaufTeur wants posi
tion. Address R„ 2021. care of Tele
118 Ft. of S. Cameron St. Ground
EAST SIDE JUST BELOW MARKET
See us at once for the Rock-Bottom
Price, which is a very low figure
Miller Bros. & Neefe cSSSE 1
THURSDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH JULY 16, 1914.
WANTED Competent stenographer
and bookkeeper desires position; has
already had valuable experience, anil
can furnish best of reference. Address
S., 2044, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Experienced chauffeur
desires position for six weeks, until his
employer returns from seashore; best
of reference by employer. Address A.,
2038, care of Telegraph.
WANTED White woman desires
washing to do at home. Call, or ad
dress, Turner avenue.
WANTED Middle-aged colored wo
man desires position as cook in private
family or boardlnghouse, in or out of
city. Call, or address, 145 Ann avenue,
WANTED Middle-aged woman de
sires to keep house for widower, or
day's work. Call, or address, Alice
McCue, 1229 Cowden street.
WANTED Any kind of day's work
by white girl. 226 Chestnut, Room 17.
WANTED Middle-aged woman de
sires position as housekeeper for
widower. Call, or address, 384 South
Second street, Steelton, Pa.
WANTED Place for young colored
girl, 14 years old, in good family that
will school her and keep her until of
age. Address, or call, 414 Spring ave
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
LOT of ground 150x150, on South
Cameron street, near Market, for sale
Or lease, in plots as desired. Apply
Shaffer Wagon Works, 80 South Cam
SI,BOO WILL BUY" suburban property
—8 rooms bath furnace —porch—r
lot, 20x150 only S2OO needed. Nos.
38-40 Llnde"n street at $1,150 each. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE Nos. 624-26 Calder
street at a reduced figure. lß3pect them
—the price is right. No. 2526' Jefferson
street at $1,500. Bell Realty Co., Berg
ner Building. 1
$3,000 WILL pUY suburban property
that cost $3,800 large porches—most
modernly equipped steam heat
hardwood finish slate roof lot, 30
xl9o. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build
FOR SALE 1512 Hunter street
9 rooms bath gas furnace
porch lot, 20x100. Price, $2,000. In
spect No. 2129-31 Jefferson street at
$2,400 each. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
FOR SALE—Northwest corner Ninth
and Bridge street, Ne.v Cumberland
2 H-story frame dwelling 8 rooms,
bath and hot water heat front and
side porch lot, 36x129. Price, $3,-
000.00. Brlnton-Packer Co., Second and
HOTEL FOR SALE in Barnegat City,
where you catch fish already fried with
knives and forks in them. Inquire
James J. Lynch, 1311 Fulton street,
FOR SALE Ten new six-room
houses, rented at six dollars, at Edge
mont, north of Penbrook. Price, $3,800
for the ten houses. Money at 5 per
cent. Address G. S. Hartman, 38 North
FOR SALE Large double frame
dwelling and offices, new, suitable for
doctor's offices; good barn on rear of
lot; open alley. Also on same lot large
brick dwelling; electric light; Kelsey
hot air. Trolley to connect tor Harris
burg, Lancaster and Hershey will pass
the door. Everything in good condition.
Attwictlve price to quick buyer. Must
be sold to close estate. Call on, or ad
dress, Mr. Walter B. Wealand, Box 22,
Elizabethtown, Lancaster County, Pa.
FOR SALE Penbrook property; lot,
180 ft. deep; 7 rooms and finished at
tic; excellent location; four doors from
trolley just off Main street on Boas.
Beautiful shade trees. Bargain at
SI,BOO. M. J. Sheaffer, 2635 Penn
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT 1447 Berryhill street;
9 rooms and bath: all improvements;
19 ft. front lawn and terrace; Colonial
porch; $22.50 per month. John H. Ma
loney, Real Estate and General Insur
ance, 1619 Green street.
FOR RENT Elegant resi
dence for refined family u-1
to-date in every way, No. 1208
North Fifteenth St. Apply to S.
Friedman. Real Estate and In
surance, 903 N. Third St.
FOR RENT—Two-story frame build
ing, No. 5 North Cameron street. Ap
ply Shaffer Wagon Works, 80 South
FOR RENT 2201 North Fourth
street, corner brick house; 8 rooms and
bath; all modern improvements; front
n>nd side lawn. Also 3-story brick house
with all modern Improvements, 2216
Atlas avenue; rent, $14.00. Inquire C.
S. Weakley, 1821 North Fourth street.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT Three-story brick
house, corner Green and Emerald
streets; 10 rooms; bath; steam heat;
cemented cellar; large concrete porch.
Apply Grocery Store on corner.
FOR RENT 1149 Derry street 9
rooms, Including bath gas and elec
tricity front porch all Improve
ments. Rent, $20.00 In advance. In
quire 259 Herr street.
FOR RENT New brick house, six
rooms and bath, 1815 Zarker street, $lB
per month. Possession August 1. Ap
ply at 128 Hoerner street.
209 SOUTH FRONT ST. (from Sept.
first)— Three-story brick dwelling
eleven rooms two baths. Miller Bros.
& Neefe. Locust and Court streets.
FOR RENT No. 1247 Market
street, large brick house with 8 rooms,
bath, steam heat, electric light, laundry
and side entrance. Rent, $35. J. E.
Gipple, 1251 Market street.
FOR RENT Beautiful bungalow on
the Llnglestown road overlooking
Wlldwood Lake; hot water heat and
bath; hardwood floors and finish; best
of water; half acre o< ground and 40
fruit traes; large chicken house; five
minutes' walk from Sixth street car.
Apply at premises or address 0., 2041,
care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT Furnished house; 9
rooms and bath; centrally located. P.
O. Box 442.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED Four to six-room housed
with porch and yard convenient to city.
Must have gas, kitchen range and fur
nace and must not rent over $15.00 per
month. E. H. Joseph, Jr., 201 North
Broad street, Philadelphia.
WANTED To buy or rent suburban
property within six miles of Harris
burg; must have land adjoining. State
cash price or rent. Address M., 2040,
care of Telegraph.
ROOMS FOR RENT
THIRD FLOOR FOR RENT Sutt
able for light housekeeping. Call 644
FOR RENT Second floor front
room, with bay window, suitable for
man and wife or two young men; home
comforts. 310 North Second street.
FOR RENT Two la'rge, newly fur
nished, front second floor rooms; single
or en-suite; also one single second floor
room; all conveniences; use uf phone.
209 State street.
FOR RENT One unfurnished sec
ond floor front room, and furnished
room, with board, for two gentlemen.
Address 1533 North Third street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, with board; all improvements;
use of Bell phone. 814 Capital street.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT
All conveniences; use of plione; young
lady preferable. 205 Chestnut street.
Bell phone 2878.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
complete for light housekeeping; all
conveniences; use of Bell phone. Call
Bell phone 1089 L.
FOR RENT—By the night or month,
the finest rooms in Harrisburg, single
or en suite. Laßelle Apartments, 204
Locust street, next door to Orpheum.
Bteam heat, electricity, baths. Newlf
furnished throughout. Apply Mrs. E.
L. Morrell, 204 Locust street.
WANTED Table boarders, in pri
vate family. Railroad shop men pre
ferred. Apply 1327 North Sixth street.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Modern apartment, for
grown-ups only; Iront and rear en
trances; five v»»U-liglitcd rooms; bath
and pantry; all private, aii conveniences
for light housekeeping. (. orner Hamil
ton and Penn streets.
FOR RENT Second floor apart
ment, 1463 Market street. Four large
rooms and bath.
FOR RENT For llg'ht housekeep
ing, new unfurnished rooms, nicely
papered, strictly up-to-date, with com
municating kitchenettes. Stoves fur
nished free. Laundry, phone and bath
room privileges. All outside rooms.
I Strictly private. Inquire Office, 429
iiroau street, or Janitor, Room 6, same
FOR SALE Upright piano, $30.00.
No dealers. Appty ill South Third
FOR SALE Racycle; has been run
but a short time. Call il4 Capital
street. Between 6 and J;3O P. M.
FOR SALE Goat and harness. Call
after 7 o clock evenings at 1720 North
FOK SALE A pony cart. Inquire
Box 2043, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE lO i-ebuilt bicycles, $a
to sls each. Big bargains—investi
gate. New Flying Merkles, $25 to $46;
ihe wheel witli nvo-yoar guarantee.
Keystone Supply Co., 814 North Third
FOR SALE Hotel Lynch, 140-acre
farm, 40-acre farm, and two sites tor
manufacture close to center of city. Not
a dollar down. Inquire of James J.
L.yncli, 1311 Fulton street.
FOR SALE At bargain, twenty
Plymoutn nock hens, tweaty-iive Leg
horn hens (.loung strain;, excellent
stock, laying daily. Need more room In
pens. Address B. Bush, City,
MR. AUTOMOBILE OWNER, If you
have an auto you want to sell, let us
get a buyer. No sale, no pay is our
way. if Interested consult us. Key
stone Supply Co., 814 North Third
street. United phone 19W.
BUY your traveling and leather goods
from the wholesale and retail leather
merchants. A- large consignment on
display. Specialties made to order and
repaired. Harrisburg Harness ana Sup
ply Co., Second ana Chestnut.
FOR SALE Upright piano; good
condition; cheap. P. O. Box 484, City,
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business Office.
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and
Board aad Table Board at 25c each. One
of these signs will be given with each
six-time order for a classified ad. if paid
in advance. Inquire at Office of Tele
FOR SALE Good driving horso,
safe for lady to drive. Good reason
for selling. Address 1821 North Elev
FOR SALE Bakery in a lively
town in Snyder county. Pa. Address T.
care of the Telegraph.
FOR SALE Three teams, cheap
Farm mules; 1 team, $200; 1 team
$150; 1 team, SIOO, or exchange for driv
ing horse, milch cows and young cat
tle, at Squire Miller's Farm four miles
east Llnglestown, Manada Gap road.
FOR SALE Used motorcycles and
bicycles In first-class running order
low prices. C. H. Uhler, 1317 Derry
street. Agent for Thor and Vale mo
torcycles; also full line of accessories.
WANTED lOO second-hand bi
cycles and motorcycles we have
great demand for them highest cash
prices paid. Keystone Supply Co., 814
North Third street. United phone law.
I MADE $50,000 in five years in the
mall order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea- I
cock, 355 Lockport, N. Y. 1
ANY Intelligent person can earn good
Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Syndicate, 798, Lock
port, N. Y.
WE BUY. SELL AND RENT all stan
dard makes of Electric Motors and
Dynamos. S. O. Sweetser tUectrlc Co.,
1002 Market street.
H. H. PEFFER
LOCAL EXPRESS and Delivery. Piano
and Furniture moving a specialty. Stor
age of household goods. Good, dry wood
for sale, stove length. Bell phone 1684 J.
1119 Montgomery, Harrlsburg.
S. BOLDER & CO.. dealers In all
makes of Sewing Machines for manu
facturing purposes only. 109 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Pa.
H. W. LATHE, Hoarding Stable and
Nntlonal Transfer Co. Movers of
f ilanos. safes, boilers and general haul
ng. H. W. Lathe, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for old gold
and silver; watches, Jewelry, musical
Instruments, antiques, guns, etc. Jo
seph D. Brenner, Jeweler, 803 North
Third street. Eell 6?6L
FOR falling hair try Gross Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
street, Harrlsburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell
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.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
secured at the Telegraph Business
FOR RENT ln the Telenraph
Building, a suite of well located offices.
Inquire for Superintendent In Business
Office of Telegraph.
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.
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons, 76 cants
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co., 411
Broad street. Both phones.
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
large brick warehouses, built ex
pressly for Private rooms
for household goods and unexcelled fa
cilities for storing all kinds of mer
chandise. Low storage rates. South
St. and Penna. R. R.
NOTICE to property owners along
the lines of Primrose Street, from Fif
teenth Street to Eighteenth Street, Or
dinance No. 69, File of City Council,
Session of 1914-1915; Gruber Alley, from
Camp Street to Emerald Street, and
Swab Alley, from Elizabeth Alley to
Gruber Alley, both under Ordinance No.
75, File of City Council, Session of
In accordance with the terms of Or
dinance No. 883, File of Common Coun
cil, you are hereby notified to make all
the necessary house connections con
templated by you with the main sewer,
gas pipes, ateaiji heating pipes, water
pipes or other mains," within sixty days
from the date of this notice, and con
duct the said service pipes or sewers
from the mains in the street to within
the curb lines of said street.
M. B. COWDEN,
NOTICE to property owners along
the lines of a Fifteen Foot Alley (Eliza
beth Alley) between Sixth Street and
Jefferson Street from Camp Street to
You are hereby notified that the as
sessment to pay the cost and expense
of paving and curbing the
above named highway under Or
dinance No. 29, File of Select
Council, Session of 1912-1913, will
be made by me, at my office, in the
Commonwealth Trust Company Build
ing, No. 222 Market Street, Harrlsburg,
| Pa., on Thursday, the 23d day of July,
i 1914, between the hours of 9 o'clock A.
M. and 12 o'clock noon, when and
where all parties interested shall be
M. B. COWDEN.
July 15. 1914.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed at the office of Superintendent of
Streets and Public Improvements up to
12 o'clock noon of Saturday, Julv 25,
1914. for the GRADING of MULBERRY,
CHESTNUT, HILDRUP, NINETEENTrf
and TWENTIETH STREETS. Blank
bids and specifications may be had on
application . The Superintendent re
serves the right to reject any or all
W. H. LYNCH. Superintendent.
NOTICE Is hereby given that appli
cation will be made to The Public Ser
vice Commission of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania by Harrlsburg & Me
chanicsburg Electric Railway Company
for a Certificate of Public Convenience
evidencing the Coirimission's approval
of an amendment or supplement to Its
charter authorizing the extension of Its
route In the City of Harrlsburg on NSec
ond Street, or Market Square, from the
Intersection of Strawberry Avenue with
Second Street or Market Square to the
intersection of Market Street with said
stre<*t or square, and thence on Market
Street to the eastern building line of
Front Street, the public hearing on
which will be held In the rooms of the
Commission, at Harrlsburg, on the 22d
day of July, 1914, at 11 o'clock, when
and where all persons In Interest may
appear and be heard if they so desire.
E. E. BEIDLEMAN.
C. H. BERGNER,
In the Court of Quarter Sessions of
Dauphin County No. 228 June Ses
sions, 1914 ln Re Application of
Equitable Investment Company In
NOTICE Is hereby given that appli
cation has been made to the Court of
Quarter Sessions of the Peace of Dau
phin County, Pennsylvania, by the
Equitable Investment Company Incor
porated, for a license to engage In the
business of loaning money, as provided
by the terms of the Act of Assembly
approved June 5, 1913, entitled "An act
regulating the making of certain loans,
limiting the charges therefor; requir
ing and regulating the licensing of
lenders, fixing the fee therefor and
prescribing penalties for violation
thereof, etc.," whose place of ousmcss
shall be at No. 9 Nortn Market Square,
in the City of Harrlsburg, Pennsylva
nia, and that Monday, August 10, 1914,
at 10 o'clock A. M., has been fixed for
hearing, by the Court, said application
for license, and that said application is
now on file In the office of the Clerk
of the Quarter Sessions Court of Dau
HENRY F. HOLLER,
Clerk of Court.
NOTICE Is hereby given that air ap
plication will be made to the Court of
Common Pleas of Dauphin County, on
the 10th day of August, 1914, at 10
o'clock A. M., under the provisions of
the corporation Act of 1874 and Its sup
plements, for a charter for an Intended
corporation to he called "The Harrls
burg Trainmen's Band," the character
and object of which Is the promotion of
music, and for this purpose to have,
possess and enjoy all the rights, bene
fits and privileges conferred by said
Act and its Supplements.
E. E. BEIDLEMAN.
In the District Court of the United
States For the Middle District of
Pennsylvania ln Bankruptcy, No.
2705 ln the Matter of L Kamsky,
To the creditors of L. Kamsky, City
of Harrlsburg, County of Dauphin and
district aforesaid, a bankrupt.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
above named bankrupt has filed with i
HEAVY RAINS WILL
NOT AFFECT WORK
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Commission's precipitation station on
the roof of the Telegraph Building reg
istered a rainfall of four-tenths of an
Inch between 1.30 and 3 p. m. on Mon
day, and eighty-two hundredths of an
Inch between Monday afternoon and
8 o'clock Tuesday morning, with a
continued downpour at the time, and
rainfall occurred over the North and
West branches of the Susquehanna
river ano the Juniata watersheds, It
was calculated by the Water Supply
Commission forecaster that the only
Increase which could occur at Har
risburg would be caused by local con
ditions and would therefore be 'slight,
as the upstream stations showed no
Increase In discharge.
Because of the inconvenient and
frequently dangerous conditions sur
rounding the work of driving the tun
nel below Mulberry street from Second
to Front street, for the construction
of the big concrete sewe/% it 1b prob
able that a type of special concrete
block Instead of the loose concrete
will be used from now on to complete
The fact that the tunnel is twenty
five to thirty-five feet below the sur
iface and that the workmen must blast,
dig and plaster their way toward the
[tunnel's end in so narrow a space, not
1 only means slow progress but real
danger to the employes under ground.
Contractor Martin, who is supervis
ing the work for the T. Larry Eyre
Company, to-day showed City Commis
sioner W. H. Lynch, Superintendent
of Streets and Public Improvements,
the change proposed.
New Maclay St. Bridge f
Lights May Be Placed
in Pockets in Girders
Within a few days City Commis
sioner Harry F. Bowman will con
fer with the Pennsylvania Railroad
authorities and Robert W. Hoy, com
mercial manager of the Harrisburg
Light and Power Company, relative to
the installation of more extensive and
satisfactory system of electric light
ing for the Maclay street bridge.
The change is to be made in ac
cordance with the requests of many
railroaders and others in that section
of the city who have occasion to use
the viaduct after dark. A petition ask
ing for relief was submitted to Coun
cil and referred to Commissioner Bow
Whether single standard globes sim
ilar to those adopted for use at the
entrance to the West Market street
subway will be decided upon or a
system of protected globes set In
grooves in the girders so as not to
confuse the trainmen on the tracks
below, is a question.
If standards are chosen, at least
four will be placed, one on each side
and about a hundred feet from each
entrance. The possibility of confus
ing the railroadmen by the strange
lights may cause some change of plan,
however, although it Is possible that
this could be overcome by special in
structions to trainmen to mark the
position of the new lights and govern
themselves accordingly. While he
hasn't looked into the feasibility of it,
Commissioner Bowman himself has a
plan in mind. This is to have deep
grooves or pockets cut out of the
great girders in which big globes could
be inserted in such a way as to light
the roadway and the sidewalk. Metal
shields, Mr. Bowman believes, could
be erected on the outside handrailings
In such a way as to protect the pass
ing trainmen from the light.
Some Conveniences in Park
Roadways Promised Autos
Automobillng and driving in the
Cameron parkway will be made a little
safer and more convenient at several
points after the Park Department fin
ishes some improvements that have
been contemplated for some time.
Surveys for the proposed concrete
bridge that will span Spring creek a
few hundred feet east of Cameron
street to replace the present wooden
structure which now makes necessary
a dangerously abrupt curve In the
roadway, have been completed, and
the construction will be started as
soon as plans are completed. The
bridge will cross the street in such
a way as to eliminate the curve.
; Easier access to the Chambers' Hill
[road via the parkway drive is prom
ised, too. Many autoists who wish to
reach the Chambers' Hill road go by
way of the almshouse highway, turn
ing into It from the Cameron park
way. Where these roads intersect,
at the point where the old almshouse
mill once stood, there Is a deep de
pression, so that in order to get into
the main highway automobllists are
forced to make a sudden, jolting turn.
This will be unncessary when the de
pression is filled in and the Cameron
roadway extended in a more graceful
line to the road.
STRIKERS ATTACK OFFICERS
By Associated Press
Steubensvllle, Ohio, July 16.—True
to the promise they made to Sheriff
Huscroft yesterday, two or three hun
dred striking miners to-day marched
down from the hills where they
camped last night to the mines at
Bradley, Ohio, and attempted to drive
off the pumpmen. Sheriff Huscroft,
with a strong party of deputies, re
sisted the advance.
USED UPRIGHT PIANOS SIOO UP
Good makes in good condition.
Terms $5 monthly. Be quick. J. H.
Troup Music House, 16 South Mar
ket Square. . '
the Referee an offer of a composition of
25 per cent., 10 per cent, to be paid In
cash, 5 per cent, in a note of 4 months,
B per cent. In a note of 7 months, and
B per cent. In a note of 10 months, ac
companied by a written acceptance of
25 creditors with claims amounting to
$12,542.13. purporting to be a majority
in number and amount of said credl
That a meeting of said creditors will
be held at the office of the Referee, No.
7 North Third Street. Harrlsburg, Pa.,
on Monday, July 27. 1914, at 2 o'clock
P M , to consider a motion for confir
mation of said composition.
JOHN T. OLMSTEtk
Referee In Bankruptcy.
July 15, 1914.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE
and others upon their own names.
Cheap rates, easy payments, confiden
Adam* A CO, R. 804, 8 K. Market Sq.
Are Shown in Market
Selling of U. S. Steel Was Feature ol Second Hour; Bonds
By Associated Prtss
■ New York, July 16. The market
snowed decided recuperative qualities
by noon, New Haven making more than
full recovery, as the selling in that
quarter ceased, but the list as a whole
was subject to feverish fluctuations. t
Selling or United States Steel, ascribed .
in part to the bears, became the feature j
of the second hour, the stock declining
1% points to 59% on fairly large of- ■
ferings, but soon rebounding. Balti- j
more and Ohio suffered an additional
setback, Pennsylvania fell a point and
Chesapeake and Ohio was again under I
pressure. Among the inactive railroads
Erie, Second Pfd., was prominent, with
a 2%-point loss.
Bonds were irregular.
Furnished by H. W. SJTAVELY !
New York. July 16. ,
Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines . 26% 26% ]
Amal. Copper 69% 69% i
American Beet Sugar 23% 23% i
American Can 2 7 26%
Am. C. & F 51% 51% <
American Cotton Oil 39 39 j
American Smelting . 65% 66
American T. & T...119 119
Anaconda 30% 30%
Atchison 98 97%
Baltimore & 0hi0... 87% 85%
Bethlehem Steel pfd 85 85
Brooklyn R. T 90% 90%
California Petroleum 21% 21%
Canadian Pacific ... 186 186%
Central Leather ... 36% 36
Chesapeake & Ohio. 46% 45%
C.. M. & St. P 98% 98%
Chino Con. Copper . 40% 40%
Col. F. & 1 25% 25 ,
Consolidated aG s.. 127% 127%
Corn Products 8 % 8 %
Erie 27% 27%
Erie, Ist pfd 41% 41 %
General Electrict Co. 148% 148%
Goodrich, B. F 25% 25%
Great Northern, pfd. 122 122%
Interboro-Met. pfd.. 62% 63
Lehigh Valley 136 136
Mex. Petroleum .... 62 64
Missouri Pacific .... 10% 11
Nev. Con. Copper .. 13% 18%
New York Central . 84% 84%
N. Y., N. H. & H. . 51 51%
Northern Pacific ... 108% 108%
Pacific Mail 22% 22%
Penna. R. R 110 111
Pressed Cteel Car . 42 42
Ray Con. Copper .. 20% 20%
Reading 162 162%
Rep. Iron & Steel .21% 21%
Southern Pacific ... 96 96%
Southern Railway . 22% 22%
Southern Ry. pfd .. 78% 78%
Texas Company ... 140 139%
Union Pacific 156 156%
U. S. Rubber 56% 56
U. S. Steel 60% 60%
Utah Copper 56% 56%
Va. Car. Chem 28 28
Western Maryland .15 15
Western Union Tel.. 58% 58%
Westinghouse Mfg.. 78% 78%
CIDER VINEGAR AND
WATER NOT MIXED
[Continued from First Page]
water in the manufacture of vinegar,
but contended that the use of water
was necessary in order to reduce the
acetic acid in the content so as to
make it fit for domestic use.
The defendant further contended
that the use of water was customary
and necessary in the process of manu
facture, and if so the act in question
must be so construed as to permit its
"We are unable to assent to this
proposition," points out Judge McCar
In other words, the court holds that
vinegar should be a product of pure
apple juice or cider and nothing else,
and that furthermore the Legislature
of Pennsylvania knew all about how
to make vinegar and hence realized
what it meant when it framed the law.
"The Legislature," said Judge McCar
rell, "must be presumed to have been
familiar with the methods of manu
facturing vinegar from cider or apple i
or Juice, and if the use of water was
necessary for any purpose in the man- I
ufacturing provision for its use would
undoubtedly have been made.
"It is not the duty of the court to
make the law reasonable," continues ,
the court, but to expound It as It
stands according to the real sense of
The act provides that distilled vine
gar shall be so labeled and that such
distilled vinegar shall be free from col
oring matter and hiust contain not less
than 4 per cent, of acetic acid. This
is the only mention of acetic acid, the
court continues, and does not refer to
vinegar made from cider or apple
Juice, but relates only to distilled vine
gar. The statute is silent relative to
In concluding his opinion refusing
Mr. Burtnett a new trial Judge McCar
roll says of the act;
"It is clearly intended to prevent
any fraud or imposition upon the pub
lic in the sale of cider vinegar, and
there is no contention that the act In
Itself is unconstitutional."
JACKSON ATTEMPTS TO
SETTLE TROLLEY STRIKE
Hazleton, Pa*, July 16.—John Price
Jackson, head of the State Depart
ment of Labor, and Dr. Steese, of the
Board of Mediation of that body, came
here to-day in a further effort to settle
the trolley strike, which has been on
since the first of the year. They held
a conference with the officials of the .
Lehigh Traction Company and were
scheduled to meet the Idle hands late
MARTHA ALDA HARTKR
Martha Alda Harter, aged five years,
oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest "
J. Harter, died last evening, at 1622
Juniper street. Funeral services will
be held Saturday afternoon, at 2 o clock.
Bprtttl will be made in the Paxtang
16 and 18 North Fourth Street
A K ly J. L. Shearer, Jr.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADB
Furnished by H. W. SNAVKLV
Chicago, 111., July 16.
Opeti. mgn. Low. Clos.
July 77% 79% 77 % 79%
Sept 77% 78% 77$ 78%
Dee 80*4 81% 80% 81%
July 69% 70% 69% 70%
Sept 66% 66% 66% 66%
July 36 % 37 36% 87
Sept 43% 3B % 34% 36%
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., July 16. Hogs Re
ceipts, 19,000; strong. Bulk of sales,
$8.76®8.80; light, [email protected]; mixed.
[email protected]; heavy, $8.3509.00; rough,
$8.35®8.50; pigs, [email protected]&5.
Cattle Receipts, 5,000; Steady.
Beeves, [email protected]; steers $6.40®8.30;
stockeis and feeders, [email protected]; cows
and heiferß, $3.90 <g>9.10; calves, $7.50®
Sheep Receipts. 18,000; weak.
Sheep. $5.2506.00; yearlings, [email protected];
lambs, [email protected]
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, July 16. Wheat-
Firm; No. 2, red, export, 92%@93%0;
No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export, 98®
Corn—Steady; No. 2, yellow, local,
Oats Steady; No. 2, white, 45®
Bran Market firm; winter, per
ton, $24.50 026.00; spring, per ton,
i Refined Sugars Market flrp;
powdered, 4.50 c; fine granulated, 4.40 c;
confectioners' A, 4.30 c; Keystone A,
Butter The market la firm;
western, creamery, extras. 28 %o; near
by prints, fancy, 32c.
Eggs The market Is nrm;
Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts,
free cases. $6.76 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, $6.00®6.30 per caee:
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $6.78
per case; do., firsts, free cases, $6.00®
6.30 per case. ,
Live Poultry Firm; fowls, 17%
©lB c; young chickens, 11020 c;
spring chickens, 27®32c; broiling chick
ens, 17 (fl> 24c; old roosters, 12®13c;
ducks, old, [email protected]; ducks, young, 16®
17c; geese, 15®17c; turkeys. [email protected]
Dressed Poultry Steady; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 19®20c; do.,
fair to good, heavy, 14®18c:
do., unattractive, 10®13o; old
roosters, 12V4c; roasting chick
ens, fancy, 16tr , lsc; brollm*
chickens, nearby, 20®27c; western, 18
ff»22c; capons, large, 28®25c; do.,
small. 18®20c; turkeys, fancy, 24®!l*ci
do., fair, 20®23c; ducks, [email protected]; (mm,
Potatoes Lower; new, per barrel,
$1.50®3.60; do., Southern, per barrel,
$1.00®3.00; Jersey, per basket, 65®70c.
Fiour—The market is steady; winter,
clear, $3.*604.10; straights, Penn
sylvania, $4.16® 4.30; western, 14.260
4.40; patents, $4.60®4.76; Kanaaa
straight. Jute sacks, 54.16®4.80; spring,
firsts, clear, [email protected]; straights, $4.2«
@4.36; patents. $4.40®4.66.
Hay The market Is firm; tim
othy, No. 1, large bales, slß.oo® 18.60;
No. 1, medium bales, $17.60® 18.00; No.
2, do., [email protected]; No. 8, do., $14.00®
Clover mixed: Light, mixed, $16.60®
17.00; No. 1. do., $16.00® 16.60; No. 2.
do.. sl4 00 016.00.
IS YOVR NAME OF VALUE?
Did you ever see the business or
professional man who neglects to have
his name or the nature of his business
stand out prominently as a guide lo
those who are seeking him or his mer
chandise? Tour sign is a beacon of
commerce. Let us repaint the old or
design a new one. Gohl & Bruaw, 310
THE TIME TO EAT
may be Important from the standpoint
of dietics, but what you eat and where
you eat Is worthy of equal considera
tion. If you have not tried the meals
or quick lunch at the Busy Bee res
taurant, we would suggest an occa
sional meal there so as to become fa
miliar with the quality and service.
9 North Fourth street.
WHEN WE FIT THEM
The ladies' pumps will hug the heel
and fit like a glove. We have & spe
cial value in a low-heeled pump In
gun metal with silk bow that Is ex
ceptional value at $2.50. Just the
thing to make a shapely, trim-looking
foot that will look dressy to conform
with your dainty summer apparel.
Delchler, Thirteenth and Market
CHOICE Ofr HATS. 45c to 050
Our entire stock of untrlmmed
shapes Is subject to your choice at
46 cents to 95 cents each. Nothing
reserved. Everything must be sold
before the season is over. Trlmmod
hats 95 cents to $5, values up to sl6.
Flowers and all trimmings reduced.
Mary C. Glass, 1306 Market Street.
8 rooms, bath and kitchen, city
steam heat and water supplied.
Newly renovated. Convenient In
Now ready for occupancy.
Located at No. 82 N. «nd St
Rent Estate Department
222 MARKET STREET
rtSII SEALS i STE'NCILS ft# V
11 • MFG. BY HBG. STENCIL WORKS ■ |1
H 130 LOCUST ST. HBG, PA, U
THE Karrlsburg PoiycTtnlo Dispen
sary will be open dally except Sunday
at t P. M., at lta new location, tm
North Second street, for the free treat
ment of the worthy DO or.
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