The Wise Flat inters Hunt Heir Hats at Domc-Hicy lead These Afls
LOPT On Relly street, bunch of j
keys. Return to 418 Clinton avenue. :
iOIXIt . j
FOUND The well-dressed msn. He
hi ways sends his clothes to Kggert's
Aeam Dyeing and French Cleaning
Works. 1246 Market street. Do you?
Both phones. Call and deliver.
HELP \V AN 11D— j
Easily Mcurru. personal instruction,
tpecial summer rates. prepare fur '
Fall Kxainlnations. KAILNVAIi MAIL*
I'OST Ul'!'"ICE, CUSTOM HOUSE and
other positions. For further imorina
tion call at or address IHB \V IL.HAM
FKNN SCHOOL. SI N. second Street.
Harrisburg. Offices: Hooms 4 and 5.
Second Floor, open Monday, Wednes
day, Friday ana Saturday evening*.
Expert consultation and advice tRfcE
20 PER CENT.. CASH allowed on |
taking orders for most useful and nec- j
essary article. Write for particulars.
York Seal anil Stamp Co., Vork. Pa.
WANTED Blacksmith for small
f"rgings; must understand hardening
and tempering. Address P. O. Box 116.
WANTED, AT ONCE Two barbera.
Apply 11*13 Derry street.
WANTED Boy. between the age
15 and 17 years. Apply 'JOS North Third
street, between 1) and 11 A. M. and 1
and » P. M. __
WANTED Patternmaker. Apply '
to Mentzer-Romberger Mfg. Co.. Eigh
teenth and Chestnut streets, Harris
WANTED. AT ONCE A paper- '
lianger. Apply to U. M. Moore. 918
WANTED A weaver of rag carpet.
Write to P. O. Box 26. Dauphin. Pa.
YOUNG MEN WANTED who wlah to
become practical or mechanical chauf
feurs to call or write us at once. Full .
unlimited course, *35. Open day and j
evening. Auto Transportation Repair |
Shop. 5 North Cameron street.
WANTED Girls over 16
years of age to learn cigarmaking.
Paid while learning. Apply Har
risburg Cigar Co., 500 Race street.
and learners. Apply Silk Mill, j
Cor. North and Second streets.
WANTED Middle-aged white wo- i
man for general housework; good cook; .
neat, tidy worker: go home nights: ref
erence; family of two; every convent- i
ence. Box .56 4. care of Telegraph. i
WANTED I .allies (three* over 25,1
neat appearance, for special demon
stration work; excellent opportunity
for conscientious workers. Address, at
once. Box 2573, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Competent white girl i
for general housework; references. Ap
ply 240 Woodbine street, or call Belt
phone 1862 J.
OUR students write shorthand f 125
words a minute) and transcribe them
into ideal business letters, using a
blank keyboard. Enroll now. Harris
burg Shorthand School, 31 North Sec
WANTED For a private family,
colored man and wife, chambermaids,
waitresses, nurses, laundry help. Em
ployment Bureau, 517 North Second ]
WANTED Vampers, tip stitchers :
and headers. Applv Harrisburg Shoe
Manufacturing Co., Vernon street. Har
HELP WANTED—MaIe and Female
WANTED Competent bookkeeper.
Address In own handwriting, give ref
erences and state salary wanted, A. B.
care of Telegraph.
WANTED Honest, capable, white i
man wants Job as houseman and gar- .
dener or caretaker of residence. Ad
dress B. M. H.. care of Telegraph.
WANTED By young white man,
work on farm; can furnish references. I
354 Main street, Steelton, Pa.
WANTED By young white man.
work on farm: can furnish reference, i
22# Myers street, Steelton. Pa.
WANTED Boy 18 yeara of age. '•
desires work of any kind. Address P.
o. Box 96. Lemoyne, Pa.
WANTED—Position as cliaf
feur. Private family preferred.!
Four years' experience. A No. 1
reference. Address C. 2575, care
INDUSTRIAL. CORPORATIONS deT!
siring services of experienced traffic |
man address 0., 2574. care of Telegraph. J
WANTED Young, married man !
wishes position as chauffeur: experi
enced. Address Chauffeur, Box 135, En
WANTED young white man de
sires position as chauffeur for Jitney or
for private family; experienced; can
furnish reference. Address K., 2569,
care of Telegraph
WANTED Position by voting, mar
ried man. Graduate of Steelton High
School, also I. C. S. student of engineer
ing Have lad experience in office. I
steel inspector, and drawing. Can fur- •
nish best of reference. No bad habits,
fall 55D. United phone, or address 339 |
Pine street. Middletown. Pn.
WANTED Young man. a good
tailor, desires a position at his trade.
r, ne year in the l". S. Speaks two
languages In addition to English. Ad- I
dress M, Y.. Box 100, Steelton, Pa. <
SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe i
WANTED Colored woman wishes
day's or week's work. Inquire Mrs. 1
Smith, 824 Paxton street.
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For Sale ;
J Five bouses on Ralley street—t
«Ahree-story bricks —in fair condi-i ;
•Tion—four rented at #l7 a month ♦
♦each; one rented at sl6 a month. ♦ !
J These properties are oil the mar- J I
«ke« to be soltl. or will consider an,
♦ exchange for uptown building* |
♦ ground. ♦
EASTMERE LOTS J
♦ If you're looking for more! j
J ground for building operations! j
J let us submit some Eastmerc* ;
♦ lots might consider an cx-« j
J change on improved rental «i
J property. j
: MILLER BROTHERS & CO. I
♦ REAL KBTATK ♦
J Insurance Surety Bonds*
♦ l.ornst and Court Streets «
THURSDAY EVENING. HARRISBURG l&l&b TELEGRAPH S9IS.
j SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe
WANTED Stenographer. with
: some experience, desires position. Ad
dress A. 2387. care of Telegraph.
WANTED A young girl would like
to have day s work or assist with
housework. Call Bell phone 1351 R.
STENOGRAPHER —Young lady. Just
, through Lancaster Business College;
good references and ability to do the
work. Address E. M . Box 63, Paxtang,
1 WANTED Colored woman and girl
want work together. Apply 614 South
j street. »■
WANTED An experienced white
Sirl desires general housework. Ad
reas X., 2565. care of Telegraph.
WANTED Middle-aged woman de
sires day s work, washing, etc. Call
Bell phone 266 R. Kit North Third street.
WANTED Young lady, experienced
| stenographer, industrious. reliable,
willing to work, desires permanent po
sition. Address K., 2568. care of Tele
WANTED Colored girl desires po
sition as assistant in housework. Ad
dress 661 Sayford avenue.
WANTED By colored woman,
work in or out of city. Mary E. Walker,
I*2l North Seventh street. City.
WANTED Neat colored girl desires
general housework or chambermaid.
: Call, or address, 506 Brown avenue.
READ ESTATE I'OK BADE
FOR SALE— X
1807 Rudy St. new 2-story brick
1 6 rooms, bath and furnace front
and rear porch Lot, 16x90. Price attrac
tive. $500.00 cash necessary.
N. W. Corner Hamilton & Logan Sts.,
Camp Hill 2 squares north o.f trolley i
line 2%-story frame dwelling, con
taining 8 rooms, bath and furnace
hardwood floors large porches a !
number one condition—lot. 60x147. |
Second and Walnut Sts.
60 ACRES located In Fishing
Creek Valley l2 miles from Harris
burg 6 miles from River l.OOO
peach trees two years old. Brinton
j Packer Co.. Second and Walnut Sts.
BUNGALOW FOR SALE Steam
! best; gas; electric light; 8 rooms and
! bath; large porches; lot, 60x150; fruit;
:5c carfare. Bell Realty Co., Bergner I
j Building. ;
FOR SALE New Buildings The j
I business in them Is giving a good ltv- |
1 ing and 10 per cent, profit—situated or;
located where will increase in value j
and profits. Price, $5,000. C. B. Care. :
j Care's Grocery. Lingrlestown. Pa. De
i scrlptlon at 409 Market street, Harrle
i SUBURBAN LOTS FOR SALE at |
j both Penbrook and Camp Hill; various
I sizes: good locations and at very rea
i sonable prices. Get particulars at Bell ;
I Realty Co.. Bergner Building. [
PKNN STREET HOUSE FOR SALE - i
i "-story brick; 8 rooms; bath: gas: elec- j
trie lights; steam heat; porch; lot |
I 18x100. Inspect it. No 2124. Bell
i Realty Co.. Bergner Building. j
FOR SALE —Desirable building lots j
i in the Tenth War.l, located on Fourth. 1
Fifth, Schuylkill and Atlas streets.,
, An opportunity for a builder or real:
estate dealer to secure well located
property for development purposes. Ad
dress L.. No. 1587, care of Telegraph.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT lOO7 and 1009 Manada
; street: two-story brick; 6 rooms and j
bath furnace and cemented cellar.
W. E. Moeslein, 612 Boas street. Bell
I phone 2593. j
FOR RENT IISB Christian street—
two-story brick 8 rooms all con
\eniences in excellent condition.
Rent, $17.00 per month. Inquire M. L.
Bowman, 259 Herr street.
! FDR RENT —» 1846 Vernon street:
, lot runs through to Mayflower; 8 com- i
fortable rooms; water In kitchen; I
shade trees. Rent, $15.00. Apply W. C. 1
Fisher, 325 Maciay, or Bell phone 2504 M. j
FOR RENT Storeroom. Third and
Cumberland streets. 33x100; show win- j
dows 14 feet deep; low rent. J. S. Sible,
256 Herr street.
FOR RENT lOl Evergreen street,
, $22.0(1; 435 South Thirteenth street,
$23.00: store room, 1321 V* Market
street, $9.50; 1510 Kathern street.
' $17.00. Apply A. W. Swengel, 219 South
i Thirteenth street.
FOR RENT New; 2022, 2024. 2028
Swatara street: 7 rooms: bath: steam
i heat; rent reasonable: also 2002 State
street; 9 large rooms; Improvements;
, sl7 per month. Irvin Johnson, 2052
i Swatara street.
FOR RENT No. 149 Royal Ter
race: new two-story brick; all improve
ments; front and back porches. In
quire Allison Hill Trust Co., Thirteenth
and Market streets. •
I FOR RENT 2lO North street; ten
rooms; conveniences; hot water heat;
Also for sale, 608-610 North Second. 110
State. 1302-1304 Wallace, 1311-1313
! Cowden. Inquire 618 North Second.
FOR RENT Furnished house: all
conveniences: excellent location. 1903
I Green street.
FOR RENT BO7 Maciay street;
! newly painted; 9 rooms; front alley
way: good repair; $20.00 per month. J.
S. Sible. 256 Herr street.
TWO new 3%-story brick dwellings,
1207-1209 North Fourteenth street
• above Cumberland); 8 rooms and bath;
nicely papered; (as: electric lights;
paved streets: all conveniences; front
and rear porches. Rent. $25 month.
Immediate possession. Apply R. Oen
slager. 711 North Third street.
FOR RENT House, all Improve
ments; city steam heat; central loca
tion, S doors above Market street; suit
able for boarding or rooming house. I
North Fifth street. Apply S. Meltzer,
: 513 Walnut street.
FOR RENT A three-story dwell
ing house. No. 1507 North Sixth street;
all conveniences; cemented cellar;
steam heat. etc. J. T. Ensmlnger. Sec
ond and Chestnut streets.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT
TOR RENT 1713 North Third
jstre»t; all improvements; good repair;
newly papered, newly painted inside
and out: Immediate possession. Apply
! 1100 North Front street.
j FOR RENT House at Summerdale
! Park; 5c carfare; 6 rooms, electric
light and water; $12.00 monthly. In-
I quire Cbas. Prince. 329 Chestnut street.
Ueil phone 3274.
FOR SALE OR RENT Dwelling
and bakery at Shlremanstown, Pa; fine
location: only bakery in town. Inquire
of S. B. Jackson. Carlisle. Pa.
WILL SELL at a sacrifice or rent,
1815 North Second street; possession at
once. Apply Regent Theater. 410 Mar
READ ESTATE WANTED
NOTICE TO ALL
I desire to purchase a
FARM TO LIVE OK
YOURS May Be Just What
State slxe, location and terms.
P. O. Box, 79, Harrisburg.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Apartment 1101 North
; Third street; all conveniences; steam
j heat. Apply 264 Herr street
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Second
floor at the Walzdorf. facing Capitol;
six rooms, tiled bath and pantry:
hardwood floors, electric light ana
city steam. Inquire 400 North street.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT 225 North Second
street, second floor, housekeeping flat;
five rooms, pantry and tile bath; mod
ern In e\ery detail. Apply 218 Pine
FOR RENT Apartment, second
floor, four rooms and bath, with private
porch; possession June 1. Southeast
corner Fourth and Petter streets. B.
F. Umberger. 417 Peffer (treat, or 108
North Second street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, ail improvements, including
bath and telephone. The Lincoln Apart
ment. first floor to right. In private
family. Apply 1915 North Fifth street.
POCKTAIJI APARTMENT FOR
RENT. Mulberry and Derry Sts.;
third floor; flve rooms and bath;
hardwood floor; tiled bathroom;
oeautifully papered; steam heat;
electric lights; window shades;
screens; awnings; light on three
sides; large bay window in living
and dinlngroom; letter boxes;
telephone from vestibule. Keys
at Fountain Market Co. D. P.
Jerauld. 310 Market street.
FOR KENT - Modern apartment In
Althouse Building, corner Thirteenth
and Market stroets. Rent very liberal
for summer months to right party. J. j
E. Glpple. Hal Market street. j
FOR RENT 'Suburban," 2208-2310
North Third street, new modern apart- ,
ments; reception hall; 5 rooms; bath; j
pantry; storage; continuous hot water;
front and rear porches. Apply on prem- -
FOR RENT Apartment, with alt j
modern Improvements, including city !
steam heat. No. 204 Walnut atreet. E.
ROOMS FOR RENT !
FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
single or ensulte, light housekeeping;
large and cool rooms; phone. Apply
719 North Sixth street
FOR RENT From June 1, furnish
ed front suite, large livingroom. bed
room, private bath; also separate
rooms: stationary washstands. with or
without private bath; every modern
appointment; reference required. 218
FOR RENT Large bay window j
room on second floor; also smaller room !
leading on back porch. Only those wish- j
lng a quiet and respectable home need '
apply. 117 Pine street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
single or ensuite, with board If desired.
Just vacated by members of Legisla
ture. Two minutes' walk from Capi
tol. Inquire 721 North Sixth.
FOR RENT Newly furnished
rooms; desirable location. 209 State
FOR RENT Bachelor apartment, I
one or two gentlemen; very modern
and comfortably furnished; few steps i
from Capitol or Square. Call Bell phone
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms j
for light housekeeping: also one fur- ■
nished bedroom; all Improvements; live
minutes' walk from Market Square;
rent reasonable Apply 516 Cowden
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR
RENT for gentleman excellent loca
tion all conveniences price reason
able. Address Box K, 2570. care of
FOR RENT Large front bedroom,
unfurnished, gentleman preferred. Ad
dress. or call, 261 Peffer street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; electric
lights: corner house; very desirable lo
cality; a large balcony and use of front
porch. Inquire 525 North Fifteenth
FOR RENT Nicely furnished third
floor front room: all improvements. In
quire 15 South Seventeenth atreet.
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished
rooms, for light housekeeping: electric
lights: gas:; tine location; no children.
Call 1317 Swatara street. or phone
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
ensuite: hot and cold running water; '
use of phone; desirable location; gen
tleman preferred. Apply 324 North
FOR RENT Newly furnished
rooms, with all conveniences, with or
without board. Apply 222 North Third
street, or 9 North Front street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
lodging or light housekeeping at No.
210' North Sixth street. City.
ONE. TWO OR THREE furnished
rooms on second and third floors, pri
vate house facing Capitol; all conveni
ences; phones; use of bathroom; city
steam: very moderate rent. Inquire 428
I North street.
FOR RENT Large, welt furnished
, second floor front rooms; all conveni
ences; use of phone. 813 North Second,
FOR RENT Nicely furnished sec
ond floor and third floor rooms; fine
location; use of telephone; reduced
rates for the summer. Apply at 203
WANTED Stock and fixtures of
grocery store. State price and room
! rent. Box 2560. care of Telegraph.
i WANTED To buy. second-hand
top for 1913 Ford car. Call Bell phone
WANTED Space for keeping Ford
car. vicinity Second and Walnut. Ap
ply M., 2571, care of Telegraph.
1 DANCING Wild Cat Falls Inn. on
! Memorial Day. Krodel's Orchestra will
I furnish music. Special 50c dinner serv
ed from 12:30 to 2:00. Boats every half
hour. Special rates for week-end par
ties. Applv early for rooms. A. L
WANTED To buy. all kinds of sec
, ond-hand furniture. High prices paid.
| Apply S. Gold. 1114 Market street. Bell
j phone 3754.
FOR SALE On* Westlnghouse al
ternating current motor 'i-H.-P.
electric clutch—new. Apply 1504 Mar
FOR SALE —Bargains In typewriters.
SIO.OO and up. Underwood and I„ c.
Smith, late model, rebuilt, an attrac
tive purchase. George p. Tlllotson, 36
South Fourth street, city.
GO TO GABLE'S for wire fence of all
kinds and gates Jo match. No. 111-117
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can lie
secured at the Telegraph Business
FOR SALE Auto, good condition,
made by the Jeffrey people, will be soiu
cheap to quick buyer. Apply 518 North
FOR SALE l9lO model Overland,
In very good condition; tires good; suit
able for Jitney or light delivery car;
several extra tubes. Apply Sheet Metal
Works. Seventh and Briggs street.
FOR SALE—One 12-passenger motor
boat, good condition. Address 109 Ann
street. Middletown. Pa.
FOR SALE Scratch Pads new
supply—so for 25c while they last. Ap
ply Job Printing Department. The Tele
graph Printing Company.
FOR SALE One Indian motor
cycle; 7-H.-P.. with tandem, speedome
ter. Presto-lite—at s bargain, $110; also
motorcycles from $40.00 and up. Har-
I rlsburg Motorcycle Exchange. 1102
I North Sixth.
FOR SALE 1912 Cadillac
touring car electric lights and
self starter—in first-class condi
tion. Apply 1504 Market street.
HUICK RACING CAR Light and
speedy, bucket Mat*. Preetoilght Mid
Klaxon horn. In excellent' condition; a
bargain at S4OO. Juniata Automobile
FOR HALE Oak
land touring ca*v In elegant condition.
Including full eqotpment) must be
seen to oe appreciated. Apply Hudson
Sale* Agency, lilt Mulberry street.
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms. Unfurnished Rooms, Room* and
Board and Table Board at 2Bc each. One
of these signs will be given with each
six-time order lor a classified ad. If
paid in advance. Inquire at Office of
FOR SALE One late model Ford
touring car. or will exchange for Ford
roadster. Inquire 1837 Zarker.
FOR SALE - Small five-passenger
Overland, fully equipped with tools,
top. windshield, five lamps and extra
tire. Inquire 5 North Cameron street.
FOR SALE 1914 Harley-Davlson.
■ ingle cylinder two speed sl3s to
Intck buyer excellent condition.
,lso one second-hand motorcycle in
good condition. $?5.00. Applv Excelsior
Cycle Co.. 10 South Market Square.
FOR SALE One 5-pa**enger Jitney
car in good running order, 1200. Ap
ply 1201 North Third street.
FOR SALE New 7-pasaenger Jit
ney body, made specially for Ford cars.
Inquire Ensmlnger Motor Co., Green
and Cumberland streets.
FOR SALE Hot air furnace and
all heating pipes and registers, in good
condition; also vacuum cleaner. Will i
sell cheap on account of installing ;
steam heat. Inquire 1419 Market street.
FOR SALE A beautiful white
male French Poodle: house broke. In- ,
quire 123 North street, or call Bell |
phone 2151 R.
RETIRING BARGAINS! Fence po*ts, l
15c up; linoleum. 35c; rag carpet, 16c; I
Ingrain, 20c: best. 45c, sl. )1.25J Brus
gel, 80c; lining, .03c; fringe, lc: root
paint. 85c. Repairing. Ylngst, Front-
FOR SALE Brand new Eiseman 1
high tension, four-cylinder magneto. 1
Price. $17.50. Address Box S„ 2566, i
care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Three-chair barber
*hop and pool room with two tables and
cash register and all complete. I>ease, ,
two year*, and rent. $35. Address J.,
2563, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Bedroom suit. Iron bed. '
eight-foot extension table, three-burner
hot plate, spring rockers, kitchen
chairs, screen door*. 1932 Fifth street, ]
FOR SALE Blacksmith shop, with
or without tools, large lot, cheap to
quick buyer. Good reasons for selling.
Addre** H„ 2565. care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE lO steel boats all In !
good condition. Inquire 1122 Green
FOR SALE One 1910 Cadillac, suit
able for Jitney use: engine in very good
condition. Apply 133 .State street.
FOR SALE AT GABLE'S!, 113. 115
and 117 South Second street, fi.OOO gal
lons New Era ready-mixed paint. Acme
quality. All the full line of the Acme
FOR SALE CARDS on *ale at the
Telegraph Business office.
PRIVATE GARAGE FOR RENT, Cal- i
der and Penn; fireproof; water and
light; special price for small cars if
rented at once. George W. UpdegTOve,
1200 Penn street.
FOR RENT One room, suitable for
store or office room rear corner
Sixth and Emerald streets. Inquire B.
F. Hoffman. Seventh and Woodbine
FOR RENT Basement store room
at 1266 Market street, with heat and
water; suitable for tailor, cobbler or
plumber. Rent, $lO. J. E. Glpple, 1251
Market street. *
FOR RENT - Second floor room,
$.700 square feet, for light manufactur
ing purposes. New building. Call at
premises. Twelfth and Herr streets
HtTiNESS OI'HOKTI MTIES
WANTED A young German-
American. who desires to enter a busi
ness that would mean a future for him;
must put in $1,000.. which will be se
cured. Address Box 2572, care of Tele
PARTNER WANTED with about
$1,500 or $2,000 in a good paying busi
ness. Guarantee SSO to SIOO a week.
Address Box 2559, care of Telegraph.
ANY Intelligent person can earn good
income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Syndicate, 798. Lock
port. N. Y.
I MADE $50,000 In fire years In the
mall order business, began with |5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock. 355 Lockport. N. Y.
OLD GOLD. Silver and Jewelry
bought for highest cash prices and aold
at reasonable prices; also loweat rate in
city on Loans. Harrisburg Loan Office,
225 Market street.
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
with best material and by expert hslp.
Send us your worn furniture. Our beat
efforts Insure your satisfaction. S. N,
J Cluck. 320 Woodbine street.
FOR falling hair try Gross Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
street, Harrlsburg, Pa. Telephone
I orders given prompt attention. Bell
EXPERT PIANO TUNING by man
thoroughly experienced and competent
to overhaul instrument* at reasonable
prices. Address Box W„ 2514, care of
FAST MOTOR TRUCK EXPRESS,
one or two ton*. All kinds of hauling,
furniture and freight, in the city and
suburbs. Prices reasonable. Picnic
and pleasure trips. Day or night ser
vice. Theodore T. Precht, 441 Hummel
street. Bell phone 3644 J.
R. A. WART MAN. Boarding Stable and
Nalloanl Transfer Co. Mover* of
pianos, safp*. boiler* and general haul
ing. 11. W. Lathe, Manager. Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phon* No.
| FIREPROOF STORAGE. Private
I rooms for household goods, $2 per
month and up. We Invite Inspection.
Low Insurance. 437-445 South Second
street. Harrisburg Storage Company.
STORAGE, — 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandles. Pri
vate rooms. $1 to $3. Wagon*. 75 cent*
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co.. 411
Broad street. Both phones.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE 1
Estate of Barbara Wingert, late of Har
riaburg. Pa., deceased.
L.KTTKRS TKSTAMKNTAR Y on the
mutate aforesaid have been granted to
the undersigned. All persona indebted
! to said estate will mane payment, and
! those having claims or demands will
; present the same without delay, to
I CENTRAL, TRUST COMPANY.
Bn Associated Prtst
Philadelphia, May IT. Stocks
Cambria Steel 47%
General Asphalt ........ 27',4
General Asphalt. Pfd 65
Lake Superior Corporation ..... 7%
Lehigh Navigation 72
Lehigh Valley 70%
Pennsylvania Railroad BS 6-1 e
PhUadelphla Electric 23%
Philadelphia Company 33
Philadelphia Company. Pfd 34
Philadelphia Rapid Transit 8
Philadelphia Traction 78%
Reading 71 %
Storage Battery 50%
Union Traction 31 vj
United Gas Improvement 82%
United States Steel 54%
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
By Associated Prgss
Chicago, 111., May 27. Board of
■Wheat—-May. 1.45: July. I.J7H.
Corn—July, 77; September, 77*4.
Oats—July, September, 45.
Pork—July, 18.22; September, 18.SO.
Lard—July. 9.87: September, 10.10.
Ribs—July. 10.65; September, 10.32,
MONET TO LOAN
ANT person needing money In
amounta from $6 to SSO holding a sal
aried position, would be benefited by 1
calling on UP. Employes' Discount Co.,
86 North Third street.
SEALED PROPOSALS for furnishing
paper and other supplies required for
the execution of the public printing
and binding for the Commonwealth of
In complianre with the provisions of
the act of Assembly, approved Febru
ary 7. A. D. 1905. as amended by a . act
of Assembly, approved May 11, 1911, I
hereby advertise for proposals for fur
nishing paper and other supplies re
quired by the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, necessary in the execution of
the public printing and binding thereof,
for two years from the first day of July
next, at certain rates per centum be
low the maximum rates fixed in a
schedule prepared by the Superinten
dent of Public Printing and Binding,
and which can be procured upon appli
cation to the Department or Printing
and Binding. Harrlsburg. Pa. Proposals
must be enclosed In envelopes, sealed
and endorsed "proposal* for furnishing
paper and other supplies," and be de
livered to me at ray office in Harris
burg. on the first Monday of June, A.
D., 1915. being the seventh day of the
month, at or before 12 o'clock M., of
said day, accompanied by bond with
two sufficient sureties or one surety
company in the sum of ten thousand
dollars, as required by said act of As
sembly. as amended as aforesaid. Such
proposals as shall have been received
up to satd hour will be opened, and
the contract or contracts awarded to
the lowest responsible bidder or bid
ders. The right is reserved to let the
contracts in parts to different bidders
if it should be to the best Interests of
the Commonwealth. Copies of the
schedule, acts of Assembly, and blank
bonds must be procured from this de
partment. and no proposal will be con
sidered unless submitted on blanks BO
procured, the bond to Tie prepared in ac
cordance with the said act of Assembly
as amended as aforesaid.
A. NEVIN POMEROT.
Harrlsburg, Pa.. May 20, 1915.
SCHOOL BONDS OF THE SCHOOL DIS
TRICT OF THE CITY OF HARRIS
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed by the Board of School Directors of
the School District of the City of Har
risburg, Pa., until June 4, 1915. at 7:30
o'clock P. M., for the puchase of all or
any portion of $99,v0'>.00 four and a half
(4'4) Per cent, coupon bonds of said
They will be Issued in denominations
of 11,000.00 each, hearing date of April
1. 1915. and maturing J16.000.00 April 1,
1920. 13,000.00 annually from April 1,
1921 to April 1. 1944. both inclusive,
and SII.OO<TOO on April 1. 1 945. with the
Interest payable on the first day of Oc
tober and April of each year.
The Principal and Interest will be
payable at the office of the Treasurer
of the Harrlsburg School District. Har
, ritburg. Pa., and the bonds will be free
of State tax.
I Each proposal must be accompanied
by a certified check, payable to the
i order of the Treasurer of the School
[ District, Harrlsburg. Pa., for the sum
of Two Thousand Dollar* (t2.000.001.
Bonds will be ready for delivery
[June 25. 1915. and bids must Include
I the payment of accrued interest to the
I date or delivery.
The right is reserved to reject any or
all bids not deemed to be In the inter
| ests of the School District.
By order of the Board.
D. D. HAMMELBAUGH.
Nos. 121-123 Chestnut Street,
THE following rules and regulations
of the Bureau of Health and Sanitation
• were approved by the City Council
and signed by His Honor, the Mayor,
on the 25th day of May. A. D. 1915, and
; are published as required by the Act
of Assembly, approved June 27, 1913:
Resolved, That Section 7, of Article
9, which reads as follows, "milk shall
be stored and maintained at a tempera
j ture of not more than 50 degrees Fahr.,"
be and the same is hereby amended to
i read as follows:—"milk shall be main
tained at a temperature of not mora
than 50 degree* Fahr."
J All cans or other containers in
l which bulk milk or cream Is delivered
I must be sealed prior to the delivery of
the product, with seals approved by
the City Bureau of Health and Sanita
Any person violating any of the
; regulations of the Bureau of Health
and Sanitation shall upon conviction
I hefore the Mayor or any Alderman of
the City (unless otherwise provided for
by City Ordinance or Act or Assembly)
be subject to a fine not exceeding one
i hundred dollars C$100) and in default
of payment of such fine shall be Im
i prisoned In the Dauphin County Jail
j for a period not exceeding thirty (30)
I Adopted by the Bureau of Health &
i Sanitation, May 19, 1915.
G. H. WIDDER. M. D..
! JOHN M. J. RAUNICK. M. D..
i Approved by the City Council May 25.
(Signed) JNO. K. ROYAL
CHAS. A. MILLER,
j City Clerk.
' In the Orphans' Court of Dauphin Coun
i ty. Pennsylvania —ln the Matter of
, the Estate of ELIZA B. HUMMEL
j The heirs, legatees. creditors and
; other persons Interested in said i-Rtate:
j NOTICE is herebv given that V.
i Lorn** Hummel, Eliza Hummel Msc
j donald, Helen Ray Donaldson, and John
A. Herman. Executor*, have tiled tn the
I office of the Clerk of the Orphans'
i Court of Dauphin County, their peti-
I tion. praying for an order of sale of
; the real estate situate at the Southeast
Horner of Front and Market Streets,
I Harrlsburg. Pa., of said decedent, de
scribed In said . petition, at private
| sa'e. for the payment of debts. If no
I exceptions be filed thereto, or objec
tions made to granting the same, the
i Court will take action upon said peti
tion upon Tuesday. June 22. A. D. 1915,
iat 10 A. M.
I V. IJORXE HUMMEL
ELIZA HUMMEL MACDONALD.
HELEN RAY DONALDSON,
' JOHN A. HERMAN.
j NOTICE Is hereby given that appli
cation has been made to the Court of
Common Pleasof Dauphin County by the
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church of
Harrlsburg, Pa., for an amendment to
its charter, the proposed amendment
providing that every member in full
communion In said church, otherwise
properly qualified, shall have the priv
ilege of speaking and voting In Its
TIIP pronoced amendment will b<»
present«d to the «*id Court for final
action June 2*. 191.V
OLMSTED & ST\MM.
MATERIAL ADVANCES !
RECORDED IN MARKET
Reading Wai Only Railway Invest- i
raent Stock, However, to
Gam a Point
By Asnciatti Press
New York, May JT. —Very material
advances, chiefly In the copper group
were recorded at the outset of to
day's dealings in stocks. The rise in
the metal shares, which had Its basis
in pi)ospectiv« Increased dividends,
averaged a point or more. War stocks,
including Westlnghouse, Crucible
Steel and the Locomotive issues also
made some gains. Reading was the
only railway Investment stock to gain t
as much as a point. Local tractions, f
yesterday's strong feature, rose 1 to t
1%. Canadian Pacific made only slight t
response to Its strength in the Loa- «
don market. t
NEW YORK STOCKS "
Furnished by E. S. Goßhorn, r
208-209 Arcade Building. j
New York, May 27. B
Open. High. Low. Clos.
Alaska G M 35 85 So 35 c
Atnal Cop . 65 65% 65 65%
Am Bt Sug 46 46 45% 45% f
Am Can .. 36% 37% 36% 37
AmC&F. 51% 51% 51% 51%
Am Loco . 46% 46% 45% 46% *
Am Smelt . Ex dlv. 1. \
Am Sugar. 107% 108 107% 108
Anaconda .31 31% 31 31%
Atchison .. 99% 99.% 99% 99% «.
B& O ... .. 71% 72 71% 71%
[Beth Steel. 13« 138 137 138 8
I Bklyn RT. 87% 87% 87% 87% I
Oal Petro.. lfi' 15 15 15 t
[Can Pacific 158% 169 156% 158
C&O 40% 40% 40% 40% .
CMft St P 89% 89% 89% 89% }
C Con Cop. 44% 45% 44% 45 1
Col F& t. 29% 30% 29% 30% f
Con Gas .. 128% 124 123% 124 \
Dtst Sec .. 16 16% 16 16% 1
Erie t 25% 25% 25 25
Gen E Co. . 150% 153 150% 153 '
Qen Motors 136 136 1
Goodrh BF 43% 43% 43% 43% 1
Gt Nor pfd 116% 117 116% 116%
Gt N Ore s 31% 31% 1
In-Alet 22% 23% 22% 22% l]
In-Met pfd 73% 74% 73% 73% i'
KC So .. . 26 26 25 % 25 % f
Louis & N. 116 H6
Mex Petro. 6714 «S% 67% 68% ;
Mo Pao .. 12% 12% 10% 11% 1
Nat Lead.. 60% 60%
KY.NH& H 63% 63% 63% 63% "
Nor Pac .. 104 104 % 104 104 % '
Pac Mail .. 24% 24% 23% 24 '
P R R ... 107 107 106% 106%
Pgh Coal . 22 22
Press S Car 45 45 44% 44% !
Rwy Stl Sp 29% 29% ,
R C Cop.. 24% 24% 23% 23%
Reading .. 142 143% 142 142%
RI & S . . 28 28 27% 28
So Pacific . 88% 88% 87% 87% •
So Railway 16% 16% 16% 16%
Tenn Cop. . 33% 33% 32"g 32%
Third Ave . 50% 50% 50 50
Union Pac.. 125% 126% 125% 126%
U S Steel. 54 54% 54 54% !
U S S pfd. 106% 106% 106% 106%
Utah Cop.. 65% 66% 66% 66%
West U Tel 66% 67 66% 67
West Mfg.. 92% 94% 92% 94
PHILADELPHIA fROoOCB 1
By Associated Prist I
Philadelphia. May 27. Wheat
i liower; No. 2, red, car lots, export,
j [email protected] 1.49; No. 1, Northern, Duluth, ]
[ Corn Steady; No. 2, car lots, ex- ,
port, 75%®79%c; No. 2, yellow, local,
82% 83? I
Oats Lower; No. 2, white, 59% (9
60c, • i
Bran Dull; winter, per ton, (
$28.00; spring, per ton, [email protected] ,
I Reftnea Sugars Strong; pow
dered, 6.10 c; fine granulated, C.OOc; con
fectioners' A. 5.90 c.
Butter The market Is firm;
western, creamery, extras, 28 %c; near- 1
by, prints, fancy, 32c. 1
Eggs The market Is steady;
Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts, ,
free cases. s#.oo per case; do.,
current receipts, free cases, (5.70 1
per case; western, extras, firsts, $6.00
per case; do., firsts, free cases, $5.70
Live Poultry Steady; fowls. 17&
17% c; old roosters. ll®12c; chickens,
13® 18c; do., broilers, 22&30 c; turkeys,
[email protected]: ducks, 10®15c; geese, [email protected]; .
geese, 101011 c.
Dressed Poultry Steady; fresh kill
ed fowls, fancy, [email protected]; do., aver
age, 16®17c; do., unattractive, [email protected];
old roosters. lt%c: froien fowls, 16®
18o; roasting chickens, [email protected]; broil
ing chickens, 22®27c; turkeys, is ft
tic; ducks. 12®18c; geese. 12016 c
Potatoes Market firmer; Penn
sylvania, per bushel. [email protected]; Maine,
per bushel, New York, per
bushel, 40®45c; Florida, per barrel,
Flour Market nominal; winter,
clear, $3.50®4.10: straights, Pennsyl
vania, [email protected]; spring straights.
$7.25®7.5Q;; do., patents, [email protected];
western, [email protected]: patents, $4,600
4.75: Kansas straights. Jute sacks. s4.ls
54.30; spring, firsts, clear, $4.0004.30;
ralghts. $4.2004.30; patents, $4.(50
Hay The market Is steady; tim
othy, No. 1, large bales, $20.00ijji20.50;
No. 1, medium bales. $0.00ty20.60; No.
2, do., [email protected]; No. 3, $15.60®
16.60; sample, $14.00® IC.OO.
Clover mixed hay: Light mixad.
$19.00® 19.50; No. 1, do., I1>.OO018.C»;
No. 2. $16.00 ®17.C0.
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., May 27. Hogs Re
ceipts. 20.000; strong. Bulk of sales,
$7.65 ® 7.75; light. $7.50®7.85; mixed,
$7.4507.80: heavy. $7.2007.75; rough,
$7.20® 7.35; pigs. [email protected]
Cattle Receipts, 1.000; steady.
Native beef steers, $7.10®9.35; western
steers, $6.75®8.20: cows and heifers,
$3.35®8.85; calves. $7.0009.75.
Sheep Receipts.. 8,000: unsettled.
Sheep. $7.00tc8.00; lambs, $7.76® 10.65.
r— r r— »
| For Rent
Large it»om, about 4000 sq.
ft., third floor, fireproof build
ing, corner of Aberdeen and
Strawberry avenues. Freight
elevator service. Apply,
Commonwealth Trust Co.
222 Market Street
10 BE CONTINUED
Appropriation Made by the Legis
lature to Posh the Important
List of Resources
Provision for car
//J ! rj-lng on t.he inven
-1 lory of the water
C resource* of thei
J Slate by the State
1 Water Supply Cotn
!Jpj| mission is made In
JQK the general appro
jjjl which Governor
pected to act before
The inventory was one of the big
things of the Tener administration as
the former governor called attention
to the necessity of conservation of wa
ter resources »o that the State might
some day be In a position to utilize
the water power as well aa to have an
adequate supply of water. The pre
liminary work was handled under the
personal direction of the late John
Birklnbine, chalrmnn of the commu
nion, and has so far advanced that it
can be followed out without trouble.
The matter has been brought to
the attention < f Governor Brumbaugh,
who has long been a leader In conser
vation work, and it U expected that
work will be resumed next month.
Inspwtfd the FJstaways. Commis
sioner of Fisheries N. R. Buller in
spected the flshways at the McCall's
Ferry dam. He will make a report
to the commission at its next meeting.
Commission Gets Busy. The new
Independence Day commission named
l>y the Governor Tuesday has gotten
on the job immediately. It has gone
to Washington to invite the president
to come to this State on July 4.
Spoke to Farmers.—Dr. C. J. Mar
shall, State veterinarian, spoke yes
terday at the farmers' normal insti
tute at Conneaut !Lake.
Chief Clerk Here.—Thomas H. Gar
vin. chief clerk of the House, was a
visitor to the city yesterday on busi
ness connected with the close of the
Ex-Senator Here. —Ex-Senator John
S. Fisher, of Indiana, was a Harrls
Woodward Here. Representative
James F. Woodward, of the Houße ap
propriations committee, is here for
consultation with the Governor about
appropriation bills. Mr. Woodward Is
making a summary of all appro
priations and will go over the bills
with the Governor so that they can he
kept within the revenue.
Police Complimented State police
officers are being warmly compli
mented for the capture of Charles
Bausman. the Berks county wife
murderer. He was tracked by a detail
under Sergeant James F. Ely, ot
Troop C. and located in a barn. The
State police were called in by the dis
trict attorney and soon located the
I'omeroy Remembered. Attaches
of the State Department of Printing
and Binding and Division of Docu
ments to-day remembered Superin
tendent A. Nevin Pomeroy In his dual
celebration of his wedding and birth
day anniversaries. Flowers and per
sonal gifts were sent to him.
Forty-seven Cases.—Forty-seven ar
rests for violation of the pure food
laws were ordered to-day by Dairy
and Food Commissioner James Foust.
They are in six counties and cover a
multitude of violations.
Bridge Permits. —The Water Supply
Commission has approved permits for
construction of four bridges in York
county and one in Northumberland.
To Deliver Address.. —The Rev. Dr.
M. D. IJchlelter, chief clerk of the
Department of Agriculture. Trill de
liver the Memorial Day address at New
Triooli. Ijehigh county.
Board In Session. —The State Indus
trial Board Is In session to-day, dis
cussing new codes and laws.
Senator Here. —Senator D. P. Ger
berlch, of was among callers
at the Attorney GeneraJ's department.
To Visit Home.— L. H. Wlble. chief
of statistics of the Department of
Agriculture, will visit his home In
Fulton county over the week end.
Only two out of nine left on
North Sixth street. Three
story bricks, nine rooms and
bath; vapor heat; laundry on
first floor; hardwood floors;
porches and lawns; fully equip
ped. Sold on reasonable terms.
Office 2150 N. Fifth St.
—— 1 »\
For Sale or Exchange
Property No. 1850 Market
street; modern steam heated
house; lot 25 ft. by 100 ft. to
20 ft. street. Terms very at
tractive. Possession June Ist.
J. E. GIPPLE
1251 MARKET ST.
THE Harrisburg Polyclinic Dispen
sary will be open dally, except Sunday,
at 3 P. M., at its new location, 1701
North Second street, for the free treat
ment of the worthy poor.
Mil SEALS a STENCILS |f\
Hi " MFG. BYHBG.STENOL WORKS ■ |1
II 130 LOCUSTST. HBG,PA. II
GWbe Indemnity Cempany, N. T.
! Liability Insurance
j The Neefe Agency, Konkel Sldf.
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