Seel a Fosittoi Throng)! T Want Ads-Employers lead Them
SADLER Funeral services for Jo
«e»ph Sadler, a retired employe of the
C. R-. R„ who died very suddenly at
his home. Saturday. September 19,
will be held at his residence Tuesday,
September 22. at 2 P. M. Burial at
Camp Hill Cemetery. _ . .
Relatives and friends are Invited to
attend without further notice.
GOODWIN On September 19, 1914,
Jennie S. Goodwin, widow of the late
Thomas L Goodwin, aged 53 years, 7
months and 17 days.
Funeral services on Tuesday evening,
at 7:30 o'clock, at the residence of her
son, James Kochel, 812 Green street.
Further services and burial at Lan
caster, Wednesday morning. The re'a
tives and friends are Invited to attend
without further notice.
SCHENCK Died. In New York, Sep
tember 20. Mrs. Mary Herr Schenck,
daughter of the late John allace
Funeral services at the Harrisburg
Cemetery, Wednesday, September -3, at
4 P. M. ,
WOLAND Died Sunday afternoon,
September 20. 1914. Mrs. James Wo
land. at her home, In Dietrich, Pa.
Funeral services Thursday morning,
at 10 o'clock, from her late residence.
Relatives and friends are invited to
attend without further notice.
SHREINER On September 18, 1914,
Mae E. Bacon Shrelner, wife of
George A. Shreiner.
Funeral on Monday afternoon, at t
o'clock, from her late residence,
enteenth and Forster streets. The
relatives and friends are invited to at
tend without further notice. Burial
LOST Will party who picked up
watch on tennis court at Reservoir
Park. Saturday morning, return to 1.44
Derry street and receive reward.
LOST Sunday. September 13. be
tween Third and Peffer and Second and
Woodbine, silver mesh bag. Reward if
returned to 2141 North Second street.
LOST Young Mexican parrot; green
and yellow under wings. Reward if re
turned to Jackson House Hotel. lai>4
North Seventh street.
LOST Seal ring. Return to 926
North Third street. Reward offered.
FOUND The home of cleanliness at
Eggert's Steam Dyeing and French
Cleaning Works. 1245 Market street.
Either phone ends your worry. Try us.
We deliver and call.
HELP WANTED —Male
Day and Evening, in Shorthand,
Typewriting, Penmanship, Speed
Dictation, etc. Assistance given
in securing positions. Special
inducement is offered you to be
gin now. Call or address Merle
E. Keller, Room 309, Patriot
Bldg., 11 N. Second street.
WANTED Two first-class barbers.
Apply at once, 221 Market street, The
YOUNG MEN Become Railway
Mall Clerks —Harrisburg Mall Carriers.
Commence $65.00 to $75.00 month. Pull
unnecessary. Sample examination
questions—free. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 362-R* Rocnester. N. Y.
neat appearing men to travel with
manager, age over 25. Good
chance for advancement for men
willing to work. See Kersey after
9 a. m., at Hotel Dauphin.
WANTED—Young man. with experi
ence, to run automobile part of day.
Give reference, experience and
wanted in first letter, or no attention
will be given. Address R.. 1197, care of
WANTED Three representative
men. with reference as to former em
ployment and age, to connect them
selves with the Singer Sewing Machine
Co. Very good compensation paid. Per
manent positions for the right persons.
Address the Company's Supervisor, E.
F. Grove. York. Pa.
AUTO Transportation Company,
largest, oldest.best practical automobile
school In the country, will open here,
Harrisburg. We will train you to be
come a first-class chauffeur-Mechanic.
Thousands of positions open for compe
tent men. Complete guaranteed In
structions In driving "and repairing, $35.
Make applications for Octooed 1. Call,
or write. 5 North Cameron street. City.
WANTED A strong boy. willing to
work, would like position after school
hours. Call, or write, 1835 Susque
START in business and be your own
boss. $2.00 will start you. Write to
day. The Crescent Importing Co.. 2350
Cedar avenue. Scranton. Pa.
CARPENTERS WANTED. Apply
Room 70. Union Trust Building, Whit
taker & Diehl.
WANTED Experienced clerk for
grocery store. State AGE and EX
PERIENCE. Address R., 1603, care of
AGENTS WANTED to solicit orders
for Men's Clothes direct from factory to
the consumer at wholesale price. Re
tall clothing experience preferred, but
not necessary. Reference required.
Address P. O. Box 522, Philadelphia, Pa.
AGENTS WANTED For a new
"TEN DOLLAR A YEAR" Accident and
Sickness Policy; $7,500 Accidental
Death, S2O to SSO weekly. Sold to men
and women, all occupations. Large
commissions. National Accident So
ciety, 320 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
HELP WANTED —FemaIe
WANTED -i- Bright girl to learn to
mark and assort. Apply Troy Laundry,
START in business and be your own
boss. $2.00 will start you. Write to
day. The Crescent Importing Co.. 2350
Cedar avenue, Scranton. Pa.
WANTED White girl, 13 years old,
for light housework between school
hours; family of two; mUBt live near
Camp Curtin school. Address Mrs.
Leader, 2134 North Sixth street.
' WANTED Experienced cook. One
who understands pastry cooking. Ap
ply Housekeeper, Harrisburg Hospital.
Three miles southeast of ROTT
mansdalr. (In York County.)
Rolling Ironstone soli.
1200 apple trees.
3000 peach trees.
Pear, plum, quince and cherry
Strawberry and raspberry plants.
Six-room frame house frame
ground barn and outbuildings.
Possession this Fall. or next
Spring- J»RICE, sßsoo.
Miller Bros. & Neefe
Fire I»W»«e Surety Bonds
Locust and Court Streets
WANTED Bright young lady In
Dyeing and Cleaning office; experience
? referred; reference. Apply morning,
109 North Third street, Harrisburg,
Perfect Fitting Is taught by measure
ment. Cut own patterns. Us the only
way to learn dressmaking right, "ake
own dresses while learning. Night and
day classes. Write, or call, Work's
Dressmaking School, 22 North Fourth
WANTED Experienced operators
for Loysvllle Shirt Factory. Apply at
once to Loysvllle, Pa. ,
WANTED Girl for general house
work; must be able to cook; family of
two. Apply between 5 and 8 o'clock,
243 Woodbine street.
WANTED Girl to assist In grocery
store. Give reference. Address ~
1196, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Girls to learn the dress
making. Madame McDowell, 106-A
WANTED An experienced tobacco
stripper. Apply C. L Boak, 229 Broad
GIRLS WANTED to learn the
trade of cigar making, packing
and in the shipping dept. Apply
Harrisburg Cigar Co.. No. 500
WANTED Young man, 28 years
old. office and selling experience; good
reference; start at once. Address F.,
1612, care of Telegraph.
WANTED By colored man, work
as furnace tender, or team driver; best
of references. 1088 South Ninth street.
WANTED Piano player wishes po
sition. Competent to handle any kind
of music. Address 0.. 1602, care of
WANTED Barber, first class,
single, wants position in city or coun
try. Apply John Lesko, 1017 North
WANTED An experienced young
colored woman would like to have a
good service place; good plain cook.
Apply 10S8 South Ninth street.
Situations Wanted Male and Female
WANTED • Colored man and wife
desire housecleaning by the day, or In
private family as cook and butler; can
furnish good reference. Address 317
WANTED Work by the day by
white woman. Bell phone 1254 J.
WANTED By colored woman,
place as cook, chambermaid or general
housework, in city. 1306 Curran ave
WANTED By reliable white wo
man, washing and ironing to do at
home. Call, or address, 1327 North
REAL, ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE Two 2 %-story frame
houses, new, Nos, 3320 and 3322 North
Sixth street; all Improvements; steam
heat; granolithic walks. Inquire
Shrelner's Store, on premises.
CHICKENS AND CHEERFULNESS— *
I HAVE Fifteen Building Lots right
at the growing end of Harrisburg lhat
would make fine chicken farm. Run
ning stream through the property. Will
sell very cheap on terms to suit, or will
exchange on improved property and
pay difference. A. C. Young, 26 North
Third street, Harrisburg, Pa.
FOR SALE House in business sec
tion of Steelton; store room and dwel
lng; all Improvements; good Invest
ment. Apply to Max G. Frumin, 37
North Front street. Steelton, Pa.
FOR SALE Single brick dwelling,
corner Fifteenth and North streets; 8
rooms; reception hall; hath; parquet
floors; oak finish; large porches; near
trolley. Inquire within. A. M. Noll.
FOR SALE Latest design, new
house, finest residential section of Hill.
Paved street. Seeing Is believing.
Price. 13,700. Terms to suit. D. E.
Brightbill, 2 North Court street.
FOR SALE On Third street, River
side, fine new brick house, with large
porches, big lots, side yard, pressed
brick front; all conveniences; slate
roofs; steam heat; cemented cellars and
walks; iron fences; papered through
out; fine lighting fixtures; grand view.
Prices, >2,800 to $3,300. Easy terms.
E. Moeslein, 42.2 State street; Lewis M.
Neifter, 222 Market street.
FOR SALE —540 Schuylkill St. 3-
story brick dwelling 9 rooms, bath
and steam heat front and rear porch
—lot. 18.9x144—side entrance.. Brln
ton-Packer Co., Second and Walnut
THOSE PENS' STREET HOUSES No*.
2031 and 2033 can be bought almost at
your own price If within reason. Brick
houses all Improvements. What Is
your offer? Bell Realty Co., Bergner
FOR SALE 53,500 will buy a good
as new house, 205 or 207 Briggs street;
equipped with up-to-date bathroom;
city steam heat; large gas range; gas
attachment on boiler for heating water;
good opportunity to secure a centrally
located property. M. A. Fought, 272
FOR SALE No. 223 Union
avenue; three-story frame house.
Further information, ask Schmidt,
Florist, 313 Market street.
FARMS FOR SALE
12 Acres 1 mile south of Middle
town river bottom soil good frame
buildings variety of fruit. Price,
64 Acres 1 mile north of Ruther
ford 6 miles from Harrisburg—good
frame buildings—possession at once.
13 Acres large stone mill good
water power—ftarne house and barn—
-4 miles from Swatara lO miles from
| Second and Walnut St».
FOR SALE Three-story building
at Enhaut along trolley line; cost to
build, $3,000.00. Can be changed into
three dwelling houses at little expense.
Price, $2,200.00. Very easy terms. In
quire at East End Bank.
,* 1 1 w
FOR SALE—SISO.OO cash and month
ly payments of $20.00, will buy No. 432
South Seventeenth street. H. G. Ped
low, 110 South Thirteenth street.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
HOUSES FOR RENT No. 626 Cal
der, $16.00; No. 121 (V. Berryhlll, $23.00;
one at Cloverly, $15.(T0; brick at River
ton, SIB.OO. Also two expensive proper
ties. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building.
FOR RENT 2246 N. Fifth street
new 3-story brick house 8 rooms and
bath, finished; wide porch in front;
beautiful grass plot, with shrubbery;
back porch, enclosed; electric and gas
lights; gas range In kitchen; in fact,
1 a very complete house. Rent, $28.00.
Apply C. S. Weakley, 1821 N. Fourth
Furnished house for rent, in
central location. Good oppor
tunity. Rent reasonable. Party
leaving town. Reference required.
Address B 1610, care of Tele
FOR RENT Two-story warehouse,
Cowden street near Market. Elevator;
P. R R siding, 5,000 sq ft. floor
space. Possession at once. Apply C. F.
Gohl. 1003 North Second street. Bell
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT |
FOR RENT, OCTOBER 1 To re- |
spectahle colored family, the dwelling:
No. 316 Forster street. Water In
kitchen. Apply 32U7 Riverside Drive.
Bell phone 3619 R.
Sl'Bl KHA\ PROPERTY FOR RENT
NEAR Mechanicsbutg,, along trolley.
Cara stop at property. Electricity,
bath, steam heat, stable, garage,
chicken house, yards and truck patch,
choice fruits. Exceptionally fine resi
dence. Possession October 1. Apply R.
A Wickers ham, Mechantcsburg, Pa.
WANTED To purchase, andirons
and screen for open fireplace. State
price and particulars. Address 1604,
care of Telegraph.
WANTED To rent store, or part
of store, centrally located In business
section. Display window. Must be rea
sonable. Give full particulars. Box
562. Harrisburg. Pa.
WANTED Two, five or six-room
apartments in same building. Address
G., 11#9, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Second-hand steam
radiators, for dwelling; must be in good
condition. Address Box J. 1200, care of
WANTED To read to, or other
wise entertain an invalid, two hours
each day. Charges moderate. 1607,
care of Telegraph.
$500.00 TO INVEST in cleanest busi
ness in Harrisburg. Large returns.
Properly secured. Address Box K, 1198,
care of Telegraph.
WANTED TO LEASE Hotel of 50
to 60 rooms, unfurnished, in a license
town of 12,000 to 25,000 population, by
October 15, 1914. Address C., 1194, care
APARTMENTS FOR RETT
FOR RENT Third floor apartment,
two rooms, kitchenette, bath, hot and
cold water, heat. 26S North street.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at
124. Mulberry street. Call between
6:30 and 7:30 P. M.
FOR RENT Large, furnished room,
321 Walnut street. Next door to Ma
FOR RENT Furnished room, with
large bay window; all conveniences.
Also transient roomers. Apply second
apartment of Hoffman Apartments,
Fifth and Market streets.
ROOM FOR RENT AU conveni
ences and use of pb'Uie; strictly pri
vate family. Address A. E. 8., care of
Telegraph, or phone 2188 W.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms,
with running water; boarding by meal,
day or week. Apply 1001 North Second
street, corner Boas and Second streets.
FOR RENT Large, well-furnished
front bedroom; finest location in city;
FOR RENT Rooms, with board,
for married couple or two young men,
$5 per week; single, $6; corner prop
erty; all conveniences. Apply 1518
North Sixth street.
FOR RENT Nicely lurnlshed
rooms in one of the besx locations of
the city; use of bath and telephone.
Apply 203 State street.
FOR RENT One newly furnished
room, fronting on Capitol Park; elec
tric lights; hot and cold running water
In room; use of phone and large bath.
Apply 410 North street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
single or en-sulte; all con% r eniences, In
cluding phone; reference required. Ap
ply 1015 North Front street
WANTED Two to four unfurnished
rooms, with use of bath, for lighthouse
keeping. by young couple. Addrecs 8.,
1613, care of Telegraph.
FURNISHED ROOM WANTED—Per
manently. with private family, conveni
ent to Market Square, by gentleman.
References furnished. Address M., 1608,
care of Telegraph.
ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED
WANTED Young, married couple
wish furnished room and boafd in pri
vate family; location must be central;
state terms. Address E., 1605, care of
ANY gentleman desiring cozy room,
good meals, in strictly private family,
centrally located, kindly address Home
like. care of Telegraph.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
secured at the Telegraph Business
FOR RENT Desirable offices In
Franklin Building, No. 212 Locust
.street Janitor service. Electric ele
vator. Rent reasonable. Apply Union
Real Estate Investment Company, on
FOR RENT Store room. 1200 North
Third street; 33x100; 14-foot celling;
one of the best rooms In the city. Ap-
Ply J- S. Slble, 256 Herr street.
FOR RENT ln the Telegraph
Building, a suite of well located ofTices.
Inquire tor Superintendent in Business
Office of Telegraph.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
Desirable apartments at Nos.
2510, 2514 and 2518 N. Sixth
street for rent as follows: Third
floors, $30.00 per month; first and
second floors, $35.00 per month.
These apartments are new and
most complete. Apply to Harry
M. Bretz, 222 Market street.
FOR RENT Apartment, consisting
of five rooms and bath; modern Im
provements; steam heat. Very desir
able location. Inquire No. 227 North
FOR SALE An oak bedroom suit,
a gas range and two large rugs for sale
very cheap. Apply 2233 North Fourth
FOR SALE Excellent buggy, run
about style, good as new, at a reason
able price. Apply 23, C. V. It. R. Build
ing, Fourth and Chestnut streets.
FOR SALE Kelcy hot air furnace;
also steel range and boiler. Can be
seen at 239 South Thirteenth street.
FOR SALE AT GABLES, 111-117
South Second street, 5,000 sets new sash,
Bxlo 12 L, primed and glazed, at $1.15
per set. Also all other sizes.
FOR, SALE AT GABLE'S. 113, 115
and 117 South Second street, 5,000 gal
lons New Era ready-mixed paint. Acme
quality. All the full line of the Acme
FOR SALE Grocery wagon, good
as new. Call Bell phone 507Y, or 2436
Camby street, Penbrook, Pa.
FOR SALE S. C. Rhode Island Reds
hens and S. C. W. Leghorn pullets and
cockerels Bell phone 607Y, or 2436
Camby street, A. B. Davis, Penbrook.
FOR SALE One pen good White
Rocks, twelve hens and one cock, thre«
pullets; also one large Cypher's incuba
tor. good as new. William E. Living
ston. Box No. 62, Oberlln, Pa, * j
FOR SALE A 9 per cent, invest
ment. Will sell 36 shares I. E. P., Pre
ferred. at $40.00 per share in lots of 20,
10 or « shares. Address S., 1611, care of
FOR SALE Oak bedroom suit, In
f:ood condition, price $15.00. For
urther Information inquire No. 2015
FOR SALE Drug Store, if sold
within thirty days. If interested, and
you mean business, address D„ 1609,
care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Ford Roadster. 1908
model; good condition; speedster body,
can lie changed to truck. Price, $75. Ap
ply to J. 11. Troup Music House, 15
Soutn Market Square.
FOR SALE One 8 and 12-H.-P. en
gine and 10 and 16-H.-P. boiler. Apply
Ensminger's Storage Co.. Green and
FOR SALE Good. small bay
horse; works any place; good saddler.
Apply D. J. Tittle. 300 CaTder street.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Beagle,
Rabbit and Fox Hounds; also pups
Come and see our dogs work. Evans
and Smith, Dillsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE One 16-foot motor
boat, 2%-horse-power engine; will seat
eight persons; first-class condition; or
will exchange for motorcycle. Can be
seen at 705% So\ith Front street.
FOR SALE An Apperson 5-passen
ger touring car; first-class condition.
Apply to H. A. Garman, of Hoffer &
Carman, Eighteenth and Kelley streets.
FOR SALE. CHEAP A good up
right piano. Apply to 111 North Fourth
street, between 7 and 9 in the evenings.
FOR SALE l,OOO ft. steam boiler,
completely equipped. Can be seen at
Harrisburg Rendering and Hide Co.,
Eleventh and Walnut streets.
FOR SALE Chaimers 4-cyllnder
1913 Torpedo, four or five-passenger;
very good condition; electric lights;
self-starter; new tires; shock absorber,
etc. Cost, $1,950. Price, S7OO. A. H.
Kreider, Middletown, Pa.
BUY your traveling and leather goods
%-om the wholesale and retail leather
merchants. A large consignment on
display. f?pecialties made to order and
repaired. Harrisburg Harness and Sup
ply Co., Second and Chestnut.
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business Office.
GLASS window signs, Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and
Board and Tablo Board at 25c each. One
of these signs will be given with each
sixt-time order for a classifibd ad. If
paid in advance. Inquire at Office of
FOR SALE Moving Picture Thea
ter, fully equipped; building can be
leased. Lock Drawer F, Duncannon,
I MADE $50,000 In five years In the
mall order business, began with $6.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock. 355 Lockport, N. Y.
'.irOß SALE - Picture frame estab
lishment. 1322 North Third street, con
ducted for more than twenty years by
the late Thomas R. McClune. Call 220
GROCERY STORE FOR SALE Cor
ner property rent, $15.00 per month
—or rent of s2r> with two dwelling
rooms, and of bath. About SI,OOO
needed. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build
FOR SALE - Blacksmith shop, good
will and fixtures, doing a good busi
ness; work for two men all the year
around. Apply Charles Shepley, Sec
ond street, Hummelstown, Pa.
ANY Intelligent person can earn good
Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. l'ress Syndicate, 798, Lock
port, N. Y.
BUSINESS I'EKSON .-vLS
PROF. FRANCISCO DE ECHEMEN
DIA Pianist and instructor; music
for dances and special occasions. Pianist
at Park Auditorium, Mt. Gretna, Pa.,
season 1914. 223 Macl&y street. Bell
BUILDING ALTERATIONS AND RE
PAIRS °lans and estimates furnish
ed. Work promptly attended to. Call
D. F. Lesley. Contractor and Builder,
1217 Derry street Bell phone 3215 J.
S. KLEIN New and second-hand
furniture bought and sold. Highest
cash prices paid. Big stock of second
hand furniture for sale. Drop postal
to 1026 Market street.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for old
gold, silver watches and jewelry; or
taken In exchange for new Jewelry.
Jos. D. Brenner, Jeweler, 803 North
Third street. Bell 626 L
R. H. PEFFER Local Express and
Delivery. Piano and furniture moving
a specialty. Storage of household
goods. Good, Dry Wood for sale, stove
length. 1119 Montgomery. Phone
H. W. LATHE, Boarding Stable and
National Transfer Co. Movers of
F ilanos. safes, boilers and general haul
ng. H. W. Lathe, Manager. Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No.
S. HALDEMAN & CO., Carpenters and
Builders. Job work promptly attended
to in any part of the city. Estimates
cheerfully furnished. Also Homes for
sale with all conveniences at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Call Bell phone
3622 M. 3222 North Sixth street. West
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
with best material and by expert help.
Send us your worn furniture. Our best
efforts Insure your satisfaction, a N.
Gluck, 320 Woodbine street
FOR falling hair try Gross Quinine
Hair Tonic, perpared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons, 76 cent*
ger month. Apply D. Cooper A Co.. 411
road street. Both phones.
IN 8-story brick building, rear 408
Household goods In clean, private
rooms. Reuso liable rates. Apply ta
P, G. Dlener, Jeweler. 408 Market St.
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
large brick warehouses, built ex
pressly for storage. Private rooms
for household goods and unexcelled fa
cilities for storing all kinds of mer
candlse. Low storage rates. South
St. and Penna. R. R.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN l>n Real Estate
security In any amounts and upon any
terms to suit borrower. Address P. O.
Box 174, Harrisburg, Pa.
LOANS— S6 to S2OO for honest work
ing people without bank credit at less
than legal rates, payable In Instalments
to suit borrower*' convenience.
Loan and Investment Co,
204 Chestr< t street
September 19, 1914.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed at the office of the Superintendent
of Streets and Public Improvements up
to 12 o'clock noon of Monday, Septem
ber 28. _yi4. for the,construction of
SEWER? in MACLAY STREET and
had on application. The right to reject
any or all bids is reserved.
W. H. LYNCH,
NOTICE Letters Testamentary on
the Estate of Geo. W. Barnes, late of
Harrisburg. Pa. (Second and State
streets), Dajiphin county, Pa., deceased,
having been granted to the undersign
ed residing In Harrisburg. Pa., all per
sons Indebted to said Lstate are re
quested to make Immediate payment,
and those having claims will present
them for settlement.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHAR
NOTICE is hereby given that an ap
plication will he made to the Gover
nor of the State of Pennsylvania, on
Wednesday, the 30th of September, A.
D. 191-4, by Louis M. Ralph, Herman
Ralph and Max G. Chanock under the
Act of Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to
Provide for the Incorporation and
Regulation of Certain Corporations,"
approved the 29th day of April, 1874.
and the supplements there to, for the
charter of an Intended Corporation to
be called the National Clothing and
Furniture Company, the character and
object of which is to buy and sell all
manner of clothing and furniture, and
for these purposes to have and possess
and enjoy all the rights, benefits and
privileges of the said Act of Assembly
and its supplements.
ALBERT F. KAHN.
ELECTION BALLOTS AND SUPPLIES
SEALED BIDS OR PROPOSALS will
be received by the County Controller at
his office, second floor. Court House.
Harrisburg. Pa., until 12 o'clock noon,
Friday, September 25, 1914. for printing
and furnishing forty-e.ght thousand,
more or less, official ballots, and ten
thousand, more or less, specimen bal
lots. the official ballots to be bound In
books of one hundred (100) each, for the
ensuing general election to be held
Tuesday. November 3, 1914. All ballots,
official and specimen, must be delivered
at the Commissioners' Office by 12
o'clock noon, Wednesday, October 28.
Full Information as to the number
of official and specimen ballots re
quired for each legislative district can
be had from the County Commissioners.
A certified check of two hundred dol
lars ($200) drawn to the order of the
County Commissioners of Dauphin Coun
ty, must be filed with the County Com
missioners bv 11 o'clock A. M. Friday.
September 25, 1914, and the successful
bidder shall have five days' time to file
his bond for the full bid price.
Also at the same time and place seal
ed bids or proposals will be received
for one hundred and twenty-five (125)
complete sets of election supplies,
which shall include the necessary pen
alty cards and cards of Instruction.
Certified check for one hundred dollars
($100) drawn to the order of the County
Commissioners of Dauphin County must
be filed with the County Commissioners
by 1,1 o'clock A. M., Friday, September
25, 1914, and the successful bidder will
have five days' time to file bond for the
full bid price.
HENRY W. GOUGH.
NOT4CE is hereby given that appli
cation will be made to the Public Ser
vice Commission, of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, by the Jersey
Shore Gas Company, for a Certificate of
Public Convenience, evidencing the
Commission's approval of a sale by the
Jersey Shore Gas Company of its fran
chises, and all of its property, real,
personal and mixed, to the Jersey Shore
Fuel Gas Company, in accordance with
the provisions of the Act of April 29.
1874. as amended by the Act of April
17, 1876, the public hearing on which
will be held in the Rooms of the Com
mission In the City of Harrisburg,
Pennsylvania. ~nn the 7th day of Oc
tober, 1914. at 2:30 o'clock in the after
noon. when and where all\persons In
Interest may appear and be heard
. E. E. BEIDLEMAN.
GEOROE R. HEISEY,
In the Court of Common Pleas of Dau
phin County No. 679, September
Term. 1914 ln the Matter of the
Petition of the TYRONE IRON COM
PANY. for Decree of Dissolution of
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
Tyrone Iron Company has filed In the
above Court its petition praying for a
decree of dissolution, and that the Court
has fixed Monday, the 12th day of Oc
tober, 1914, at 10 o'clock A. M„ as the
time and the said Court as the place for
hearing said petition and application
for dissolution, when and where all per
sons Interested' can attend and snow
cause, if any they have, why the prayer
of the said / petitioner should not be
M. W. JACOBS,
Solicitor for Petitioner.
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, Sept 21. Wheat
Easier; No. 2, red, spot, export, $1.12®
1.17; No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export,
$1.27 ® 1.29.
Corn Higher; No. 2, yellow, local,
Oats Higher; No. 2, white, 55®
Bran Steady: winter, per ton,
$26.00®26.50; spring, per ton, $24.00®
Refined Sugars Market steady;
powdered. 7.35 c; fine granulated, 7.25 c;
confectioners' A, 7.15 c.
Butter The market is steady;
western, creamery, extras, 32c; nearby,
prints, fancy, 35c.
Eggs The market is steady;
Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts,
free cases. $8.40 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, [email protected] per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $8.40
per case; do., firsts, free cases, $7.60®
7.80 per case.
Live Poultry Steady; fowls, 17®
18c; young chickens, ll®20c:
spring chickens, [email protected]; broiling chick
ens, 17©)27c; old roosters, ll®12c;
ducks, old, 13®14c; ducks, young, 14®
15c; geese. 15®17c; turkeys, 19®20c.
Dressed Poultry Firm; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 20>[email protected]; do.,
fair to good, heavy, I7®l8c;
average receipts, 18®20c; small, 16®
17c; old roosters, 13V4c; roasting chick
ens, fancy, 16018 c; orollmg
chickens, nearby, 16®20c; western, 15
®18c; capons, large, 23® 25c; do.,
small, 18®20c; turkeys, fancy, 24®26c;
do., fair, 20®2Sc; ducks, ll®18c; geese,
I'Mour—The market Is steady; winter,
clear, $3.86®4.1U; straignts. Pennsyl
vania, new, $5.0005.26; spring straights
$5.25®6.50; do., patents, [email protected];
western, $4.2604.40; patents, $4.60®
4.76: Kansas straight, jute sacks, $4.15
04.30; spring, firsts, clear, $4.00®4.20;
strlghta, $4.20®4.30; patents, $4,350
Hay The market is firm; tim
othy, No. 1, large bales, $19.50®1u.00;
No. 1, medium bales, $19.00® 19.50; No.
2, $17.00®18.00; No. 3, $14.60®16.50.
New clover mixed. Light mixed.
slß.oo® 19.00; No. 1, do.. [email protected];
No. 2, d 0.," $14.50016.50.
Potatoes—Lower; Pennsylvania, per
bushel, 50®66c; Jersey, per basket, 40
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., Sept. 21. Hogs Re
ceipts, 26,000; slow. Bulk of sales, $8.56
<®9.15: ll"ht, $8.9009.55; mixed. $8.45®
9.60; heavy, $8,2009.35; rough, $8.20®
8.40; pigs, $5.2509.00.
Cattle Receipts, 21,000; slow.
Beeves. $6.85®10.90; steers, $6.26®9.15;
stockers and feeders, $5.4008.35: cows
and heifers, $3.60®9.20; calves, $8.25©
Sheep Receipts, 5,000; weak.
Sheep, $4.'90®6.80; yearlings, $6.90®
6.85; lambs. $6.5508.10.
FALL HERE) TO GET COOL
To-day's the first of autumn.
Weather Forecaster E R. Demain s4ys
a low pressure, now central over Illi
nois and Wisconsin, is creating storms
in thta locality. Cold weather may be
expected by the latter part of the
week, caused by a high pressure area
iaw over the .Western State*. J
.EPTEMBER 21, 1914.
ADVERTISING HAS .
GREAT VALUE NOW
Head of Big Automobile Concern
Says Times Should Not Lessen
By R. D. CHAPIN
President Hudson Motor Car Company.
Custom, in the use of any article,
makes it difficult to establish new
goods. For that reason America has
not been able to get even a fair share
of South America's trade. Now that
competition is unable to deliver the
goods needed in these foreign mar
kets, those who formerly would not
consider our wares are begging us to
supply them with their wants.
By a play of fate our competitors for
a time are forced out of the markets
which they held so firmly. Salesman
ship is not needed to capture these
new markets for American goods, for
necessity is forcing the trade we have
so long wanted to seek our sources of
America is the only manufacturing
nation in the world not at war.
The United States is the only nation
at peace in the world with a supply
of food on hand in excess of her own
Our crops are more bountiful than
Our factories have never partici
pated largely in worldwide commerce.
We have helped to feed and clothe
the world, but we have never been
large factors in supplying the world
with manufactured goods. What we
have taken from the nations now at
war has been our luxuries—not our
Our wheat has been shipped to Eu
rope to be ground by European mills
Into flour which in turn has been ship
ped to other countries for consump
American cotton has been shipped
to England and Germany, there to be
spun into textiles that were returned
to America and shipped to other coun
The copper from our mines has been
shipped to Europe, there to be made
into wire and into electrical machin
ery, which is then shipped to the
Orient, South America and other
places where we have secured no
place in the world's trade.
Aside from a few specialties such as
typewriters, adding machines, cash
registers, etc., we are producing and
dealers, so far as the world is concern
ed, in raw produAs.
New Markets Now Open
We are in. the position of the mer
chant who has goods to sell, but who,
because his rivals are more firmly
established and have a satisfactory
prestige, is unable to secure a fair
share of the trade, and who awakens
some morning to find out that the
stocks of all his rivals have been de
stroyed by fire. In consequence buy
ers enter his store who never before
had considered him as a supplier of
Ihe cotton which has been shipped
to Europe to.be made into textiles for
use In South America, In the Orient
and in Europe, must now be shipped
to New England to be woven into tex
tiles for use In markets we have never
No matter how soon war may be
terminated, damages have been done
to the scheme of manufacture and dis
tribution that cannot be repaired until
after America will have had an oppor
tuntty to change the buying habits of
nations that have given us slight con
sideration In the past.
The world undoubtedly will he less
extravagant In its use of food and
other necessities than it was last July.
wlllbe less prosperous, but with 18,-
000,000 wealth makers suddenly trans
f< mien into so many wealth consum
ers, we find that our competition is
removed in other markets and that
competition itself becomes a user of
a greater variety of our goods.
This Increased money means he will
buy better things for his family. It
means new buildings, more furniture,
better clothing, farm machinery and
It means that the domestic trade in
America will be greater, for America
must produce a greater share for the
world s needs. That will mean a great
er activity than we now know and the
profits on our increased export busi
ness will sooner or later find their way
into domestic circulation.
If advertising means planting the
seed for new and great business, then
iß * he H®* t0 It. when the
timid, through being less aggressive,
make your advertising more produc
tive, and when the keenness of the
public for news increases the value of
the advertising pages.
TENNIS CLUB TO MEET
Harrisburg's tennis players have
been called to meet in the offices of
the Park Department, Calder Build
ing, at 7.30 o'clock Thursday evening,
to discuss formal plans for organiza
tion and for the alloting of the lock
ers in the new clubhouse at the Res
Real Estate and Insurance
Office, No. 18 N. Third St.
OBera the following property
579 S. Front St.
nine rooms and bath,
steam heat, stable on
rear. Bargain to quick
TO FIRE OK RUMS
Kaiser's Forces Give Ground in
Hand-to-Hand Battle With
Chalons-Sur-Marne, via Paris, Sept.
21, 1.20 A. M.«— The Germans con
tinued bombarding the principal
buildings of Rheims yesterday and
last night. Debris and crumbling walls
are all that is left of the thirteenth
century cathedral, the most remark
able example that was left of early
Gothic architecture. In addition to
the cathedral the museum, the hos
pitals and the city hall were for the
great part destroyed. Several Inhabi
tants of the city were killed.
In spite of the bombardment and
their repeated attacks upon it the
Germans have been unable to take
Rheims. which they evidently desire
so as to obtain command of the rail
ways leading to Charleville, Verdun
and Chalons. The allies have re
pulsed the German attacks and made
several impetuous counter movements
in which their infantry charged with
magnificent bravery regardless of the
terrible storm of shrapnel.
- First Ranks Suffer
The first ranks suffered terribly, but
as fast as the men fell others rushed
up to take their places, and when the
enemy's lines were reached there were
hand-to-hand encounters, in which
the Germans were forced to give
ground, except on the heights of Bri
mon. which, owing to the overwhelm
ing Are of machine guns, the Germans
recaptured. At the same time the
French made a fierce assault on the
heights of La Pompelle. which they
carried at the point of the bayonet.
The struggle here was a desperate one
and after the retirement of the Ger
mans Turcos were found dead from
bayonet wounds with their arms
clasped in such vice-like grips around
the necks of antagonists that they
literally had to be pried open.
Difficult to Describe
Persons who have returned here
from Rheims say that it is difficult to
find words to describe these attacks
and counter-attacks of infantry amid
showers of shot and shell and in a
deluge of rain. The Germans, they
declare, seem in a desperate hurry to
finish their task and are enraged at
the stubborn resistance of the French.
The Germans, they say, had all the
best of the position at the opening of
the battle, but the situation is now
changed, and the French have been
able to gain positions on high ground
that will enable them to fight on even
terms and declare the Germans will
never be able to break their lines at
Covered With Mud
Soldiers are cominr back here cov
ered with mud and drenched to the
skin by the heavy fains which con
tinue to fall. The chalky clay ground
north of Rheims has been so softened,
they say, that it will be impossible for
a retreating army to get away its ar
tillery. To this fact they attribute the
desperation with which the Germans
Floods' caused by the continuous
rains are greatly impeding military
operations and especially in the east,
where the streams are beginning to
overflow their banks. The river
Sovaureuz already is out of its banks
and some habitations are isolated.
While rescuing a family M. Goublet,
the administrator at Belfort, was seri
ously injured. He was mentioned in
the order of thfe day for bravery by
the general in command.
Mother and Daughter Die
Within Hour at Elizabethtown
Mount Joy, Pa., Sept. 21. Mrs.
Anna Geistwhite and her daughter,
Mrs. Ella Miller, both died on Sunday
evening within an hour's time at the
Geistwhite home in Elizabethtown.
Mrs. Miller was nursing her mother,
who had been suffering from dropsy,
and was apparently in good health
and died from a paralytic stroke. The
sudden shqck caused her mother's
death within an hour. Mrs. Geist
white was 73 years old and is survived
by her husband, three sons and one
daughter, Irvin. of Mount Joy: Clay
ton. of Elizabethtown: Chester, of
Chester, and Mrs. Frederick Kuhn, of
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