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DIED
MORGAN On July 13. 1915, J. B.
Morgan, at Lebanon, Pa., aged 74
years.
Funeral on Thursday evening at the
home in Lebanon. Funeral train ar
rive? in Harriaburg 11:20 A. M., Friday.
Burla! East Harrishurg Cemetery. The
relatives and friends are invited to at-
without further notice.
LOST
LOST Small saphire and pearl bar
pin. Reward If returned to Telegraph.
LOST On 12th. in Dillsburg or on
cars vomlng to Harriaburg, alligator
leather pocketbook. containing mileage
books, money and papers. Liberal re
ward if returned to this offica.
LOST Wednesday, on Sixth street,
near Muench street, Hampdon hunting
case gold -watch. >vlth stiver chain at
tached. Reward if returned to 1536
North Sixth street.
LOST About T P. M.. Tuesday. In
Penbrook, Boston bull terrier; blaVk
body, white legs, black spots around
eyes. Reward if returned to W. G.
Diane, Thirtieth, near Main. Penbrook.
LOST—Tuesday afternoon, in Regent
Theater, or Philadelphia Quick Lunch
Room, purse containing about $50.00.
Reward If returned to Winter Piano Co.,
23 North Fourth street.
FOUND
FOUND—The well-dressed man. He
always sends his clothes to Eggert's
Steam Dyeing and French Cleaning
Works. 1245 Market street. Do you"
Both phones. Call and deliver.
HELP WANTED —Male
BLACKSMITH WANTED Call on
phone W. G. Strieker, Dauphin, Pa.
WANTED Big; boy to carry adver
tisins banner through streets. Appo
Saturday morning. Standard Woolen
Co . Tailors. 103 North Second street.
WANTED Collector, clean cut,
over 26 years of age. and able to fur
nish at least two letters of reference.
Address M.. 2798. care of Telegraph.
WANTED. AT ONCE A young man
for stock room; must have some experi
ence. Blough Mfg. Co., Reily and Ful
ton streets.
WANTED Several flint-class
tool rankers at once on special
tools for equipplug 21-inch ltitlies.
Do not make application unless
you are a first class machinist
and have had wide experience In
the designing and making of
tools.
We will also employ not less
than -00 lathe operatora In the
course of the next 10 days or -
necks. Our new shop, located at
Herr and I ameron S'».. Is of mod
ern saw tooth construction with
wood Mock flooring and all mod
era conveniences, such as Indi
vidual washstnnds steel lockers,
etc. The shop is operated on
three 8-hour shifts and very lib
eral bonnses arc offered.
Make application, preferably In
writing, to the Superintendent of
Machine Shop, care of Harrishurg
Pipe <1 ripe (tending Co., or at
the Shop Office.
YOUNG MEN WANTED who wish to
become practical or mechanical chauf- I
feurs to call or write us at once. Full
unlimited course. $35. Open day and
evening. Auto Transportation Repair
Shop. 5 North Cameron street.
aVRXMENT POSITIONS Rall-
Mail Clerks. Post Office Clerks
and other branches. Private coach
ing no publicity money refunded |
if not sucessful. Exams soon. Ad- j
dress Professor. P. O. Box 431. Harrla
bnrg. Pa.
HELP WANTED —teipa.e
WANTED Girls over 16 1
years of age to learn cigarmaking. ■
Paid while learning. Apply Har- 1
rishurg Cigar Co., £OO Race street
WANTED Good.'strong girl to as
sist with general housework and to ;
help with invalid lady: good wages and
nom furnished. Apply 107 South Sec-!
ond street.
WANTED White girl for general 1
housework: three in family. Apply
Park avenue and Market street. Camp
Hill. ;
WANTED White woman for pri
vate family with three children, in
suburb. Address J.. 2799, care of Tele- t
graph. j
WANTED An experienced white
woman, for cooking: good wages. Ap
ply at once, 1632 North Second street.
WANTED—Experienced help.
Apply Silk Mill, Cor. North and;
Second streets.
AGENTS WASTED
WANTED Agents who •an speak
the foreign languages, on a good propo- |
fcition. Splendid opportunity for hust- i
Jers. Apply to S. Rerger between 9 and j
11. Metropolitan Hotel. j
SALESMEN WANTED
WANTED First-class salesmen to '
represent reliable automobile tire
manufacturer. Exceptional proposition i
for ri«*ht man. Rutherford Rubber Co., |
535 Court street, Reading, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED—MaIe
WANTED By boy, age 19. work in 1
office, store or any outside work. Au- i
dross H G- 4-4 Herr street. i
SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe j
WANTED Young woman desires
position as housekeeper for widower.
Call Bell phone 4S4W. t
WANTED By colored woman, gen- 1
eral housework. Apply 904 Cowden j
street.
WANTED Colored woman desires !
work by the day. Call, or address, 704 j
North Seventh street.
WANTED White woman wishes
small washing to do at home. Apply '
623 Forster street. (
f * » t
Attractive Offerings
in Low Priced Houses
T T *ll A «UV4 CAI.DKK ST.
t. r- Two 3-story brick houses 8
rooms and bath. Lots 12x03 ft.
Price $--400 <V *--00
400 CUMBERLAND ST.
3-stor.v brick house 7 rooms
bath furnace. Lot IS!£x7l ft.
Price SlitMio
40T, HERR ST.
3-story brick house with 9 rooms
bath steam heat. Lot I')><jx9o
ft. Price SS-oo
2447 HKEI. ST.
-H-story brick house with S
rooms bath—furnace, lr.xloo
tt. Price (t'.'flso
111 W ASHINGTON ST.
24-story brick hous» R rooms
and bath. Lot 15x74 ft. Make us
a proposition.
MILLER BROTHERS&CO.
HEAL ESTATE
lnvraiee Surety Bonds
Lornst and Court Streets
*■
THURSDAY EVENING,
i SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe |
WANTED—Housekeeping for elderly
I gentleman by elderly lady: no objec
tions to country; have had some ex-
perience with poultry: wages no ob
- Ted. Address A. M F.. P. O. Box 1«0,
New Cumberland.
WANTED Middle-aged woman de
sires position as housekeeper for re
> spectable widower; no objection to
children. Call, or address, 225 Fisher
. avenue. Middletown. Pa.
r !
WANTED By neat colored girl,
- age 17, work In office, or nursing. Ad
i dress E. W„ 64S Calder street.
r ■
5 WANTED Middle-aged white wo- !
man would like day's work. Call, or
address. M. R„ 1508 North Fourth
street.
, -
: REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
NO. 138 N. THIRTEENTH ST. 3-
, story brick 8 rooms bath gas
; furnace porch lot. 20HxS5. Price
I reduced for quick sale. Inspect it. Bell
. Realty Co.. Pergner Building.
FOR SALE (Moving to Suburb) A
: desirable corner property, 219 Maclav '
i I street, corner Penn; a beautiful view
j from every room, overlooking four of
, I tile largest and finest lawns in the city.
1 First-class condition, awnings, screens.
Hot Water Heat, etc For appoint
iments. phone Bell SS9W. or 1444 J.
, j $2,650 WILL BUY new bungalow;!
, eight rooms; electric light; furnace;
~ large porches: plot frontage, 78 feet:
L; chicken house: variety fruit. Inspect
It. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building.
INVESTMENT PROPERTY Two
brick houses with all modern Improve
ments rented to desirable tenants.
>3.900 will buy these two houses it" sold
soon. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build
ing. • i
SUBURBANPROPERTY
FOR SALE Frame house (newi; S
rooms; bath, pantry, sewing room,
electric light, steam heat, cemented
cellar. porches: lot, 25x125—12,700. ,
Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE A Bargain brick •
house, 103 Evergreen street. Apply A. (
W. Swengel, 219 South Thirteenth ;
street.
BUSINESS PROPERTY (corner). 9
rooms bath gas electric light j
furnace. Inspect the property and get
reduced price. Lot. 20x135. Bell |
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
FOR SALE Frame house (nfir); 8 i
rooms; bath, pantry, sewing room, i
electric light, steam heat, cemented
cellar. porches; lot. 25x125—12,700. j
Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE—
-1524A Derry St. 3-story brick
dwelling 9 rooms, bath and store- i
room steam heat garage lot ex- j
tends to Thompson Ave.
1622 State St. 3-story brownstone
and brick dwelling 9 rooms and
bath lot, 21x142 steam heat —■
porches.
Camp Hill N. W. Corner Hamilton .
and Logan Sts 2 squares from trol- \
ley line 2H-storv frame dwelling, J
containing 8 rooms, hath and furnace— I
hardwood floors large porches—first- J
class condition—lot. 60x1 17. Price at
tractive—easy terms.
BRINTON-PACKER CO.,
Second and Walnut Sts.
——————————
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT lBlO North Third !
street; 8 rooms: all improvements; large
yard; Immediate possession; S2O per i
month. G. W. Kehr.
FOR RENT ll9O Christian street;!
I two-story brick: all improvements anal
■ up-to-date in al! respects; seven rooms, ;
| including bath; rent. SIT.OO. Inquire
I 259 Herr street, between 5 and 7 P. M. j
f FOR RENT No. 627 Wlccntsc*?
(street: three-story brick: eight rooms;:
| all improvements: $16.00 per month, ln-
I quire C. H. Mauk.l7 45 North Sixth!
j street.
FOR RENT 3-storv brick house. 1
1412 Hummel street: front lawn; large
back yard: all Improvements; front and
' hack norches: rent reasonable. Inquire
- L G. Dlmm. 346 Muench street.
j FOR RENT ll2 North Eighteenth
! street, all improvements; 101 Evergreen
street, all improvements: small store- |
! room 1321H Market street. Immedi
ate possession. A W. Swengel, 219
South Thirteenth street.
FOR RENT Corner business prop
erty and dwelling ht 524 Perfer s3O:
1919 Green Street- —$25: also business!
. mom at 182 ft Third Street. Rell Realty
Co.. Bergner Building.
' FOR RENT 1535 North Fourth
street; eight rooms and bath: improve
ments; cemented cellars; trolley passes
j the property; good neighborhood. Rent,
1 S2O. A. C. Young, 26 North Third street. !
FOR RENT House on Main street.
'Camp Hill, with all improvements.
Rents for $15.00. Key next door, or call
at 1221 North Second street, Harris
burg.
' FOR RENT Comfortably furnlsheo j
summer cottage, 40 ft.: porches, gar- !
age. rowbost. bathing, bass fishing,
i lawn, shade trees. Address Box B, 2795,
j care of Telegraph.
I FOR RENT Furnished Cottage i
I along Conodoguinet Creek; good fish-'
ling: use of two boats. Will rent by!
| week or month. Apply W. H. Myers, '■
St. James Hotel, 405 Market street. I
TWO NEW 2H-STORY BRICK '
I DWELLINGS 1207-1211 North Four
teenth Street (above Cumberland); 8:
I rooms and bath: nicely papered: gas; |
electric lights: paved streets: all con-I
Iveniences: front and rear porches. Rent.)
:$25 month. Immediate possession. Ap
, ply to Miller Brothers & Co., Beli i
phone 1595.
I FOR RENT 1721 Carnation street;
(two-story brick house ; all Improve-I
ments; porch front; rent. SIG.OO. Also j
l 2516 Agate street, rent. $13.00. Apply j
J 1545 North Sixth street.
■—M—■—MMM—H—
; HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE OK RENT
WILL SELL at » sacrifice or rent. '
1815 North Second street: possession at 1
once. Apply Regent Theater. 410 Mar
, ket street.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
I FOR RENT
1 New Building Just finished pri
ivate apartments, consisting of three
rooms and large balcony, with lockers
Ii In basement; large bay window fronts;
j light and airy; convenient and comfort
able. Just the thing for small family.
Little expense and low rent. Apply on !
I premises. 1321-1323 Wallace street.'
I Daily inspection invited. j
! FOR RENT—Third floor, front apart
ment, No. 32 North Second street; * :
rooms and bath: steam heat and elec- I
1 trie light Apply to Commonwealth
Tiust Co.. 222 Market street.
FOR RENT Four-room apartment,
jwith improvements, suitable for small
i family. Apply 1745 North Sixth.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Second 1
floor at the Walzdorf. facing Capitol;!
j six rooms, tiled bath and pantry: nard-
Iwood floors, electric light and city
, steam. Inquire 400 North street.
FOR RENT Modern apartment In
Althouse Building, corner Thirteenth
! and Market streets. Rent very liberal
! for summer months to right party. J.
E. Gipple, Market street.
/ a
For Sale
2137 N. SECOND ST.
A splendid 3-story brick dwelling
| (one of a pair)—with 9 rooms—i
baths and billiard room front
i porch cemented cellar with laun
i dry. Lot 25x92 ft.
MILLGIt BROTHERS A CO.
1 Locust and Court Sts.
■%- " M mmf
| ROOMS FOR RENT
I FOR RENT Nicely furnished
.rooms at 1217 Market street.
FOR RENT Two communicating
■ j rooms to bath, second floor front, fur
i nished for light housekeeping: all con
-1 veniences; use of phone; gas for cook
ing. 925 Nprth fcdxth. Bell phone
610 W.
: i—
-1 FOR RENT Three light airy rooms.
| unfurnished for light housekeeping;
! light and use of bain; rent reasonable.
, - Apply 1409 North Sixth street.
| FOR RENT Furnished, large room,
j with bay window, stationary wash
] stand, electric lights, near bath; suit
able for gentleman; references requlr
| ed. 218 Pine.
, FOR RENT Large, cheerful second
j floor front room; electric lights and use
of bath; centrally located: close to
Capitol and Post Office. 233 South
itreet. Phone 182." M.
FOR KENT—Newly furnished rooms,
second floor, directly across from Capi
tol Park. All conveniences, including
phonos. Rent very reasonable. 406
1 North street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms; one second floor front and the
other a thirfl floor front room: all con
veniences; use of Bell phone; two blocks
| from State Capitol. Sl4 Capital street.
FOR RENT Two light, cheerful
r.ooms in coiner house; completely fur
i nished for light housekeeping; all im-,
provements; no children; reference ex- !
changed. 1238 Kittatlnny street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
single or ensuite: all conveniences, In
cluding phone; reference required. Ap
ply 1015 North Front street
FOR RENT Newly furnished
front room, facing- Capitol Park (three
windows) hot and cold running water
and electric light in room; also use of
large bathroom and Bell phone. 410
; North street. *
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, for I
light housekeeping; large, well fur
nished second floor front rooms; all
| conferences: use of phone. SIC North
j Second street.
ROOMS WANTED
i WANTED Two furnished rcoms,
for light housekeeping, centrally loca»-
; ed, in private family, by married couple.
Address S . 2731. care of Telegraph.
BOARDING
| LAKE VIEW COTTAGE Opposite
Park. Open all the year. Good table.
I Send for circulars. L. B. Allen. Boiling
I Springs, Pa.. Box 32.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE One good oak office |
. table, at half price. G. W. Kehr, 204 i
1 Chestnut stret.
FOR SALE Scratch Pads new j
supply—so for 25c while they last. Ap- i
ply Job Printing Department. The Tele
graph Printing Company.
j ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be j
1 secured at the Telegraph Business !
i orrice.
i GO TO GABLE'S for wire fence of all i
• kinds and gates to match. No. 111-117
South Secon-l.
FOR SALE An International auto
truck; good condition; selling on ac
count of g-oing out of business. Bell
J telephone 3694R, or call 302 South Sec
| ond street.
; FOR SALE White enamel, oak
•'Home" refrigerator, with water coils;
l hold 100 rbs. Ice: will sell at sacrifice
I price. Apply 1745 North Sixth street.
FOR SALE Two pool tables, sizes
j 4xß and 4'4x9; lunch counter, 12 ft.;
; National cash register, total adder.
f Lock Drawer F, Duncannon. Pa.
£.
FOR SALE Beagle hounds. 3 '
months old, long ears, cheap; Stevens
i 32-caliber rifle. Parker haromerles.s i
shotgun. Call evenings, or address 1044 j
! South Eleventh street, Harrlsburg, Pa. j
FOR SALE AT GABLE'S, 11$, 115 '
! and 117 South Second street, 5,000 gal- I
lons New Era ready-mixed paint Acme j
quality. All the full line of the Acme
make.
FOR SALE One oak hall stand. !
two oak mantels, one music cabinet.
Apply H. A. Robinson. 1300 North Third '
' street. I
!
I-OR SALE Brick garage, tools, i
! supplies and gasoline pump. Well lo
cated in, growing suburban town near |
Harrisburg. This is an elegrant oppor- j
tunity for a good mechanic. Brinton- j
; Packer Co., Second and Walnut Sts. j
FOR SALE Old-established Ice •
I Cream Manufactory complete. First
; class condition. Can be removed or ,
will rent property. Open for inspec- j
tion. Also Candy Maker's outfit. Rea
son for selling, ill health. A. L. Nagle,
236 Spring street, Middletown, Pa. Unit- '
ed phone 92Y.
j |
I WILL SELL very cheap a $450.(10 !
Shultz piano. In Al condition, or will ex- j
; change for automobile suitable for jit- '
I ne.v business, or best cash offer. Ad- j
j dress Box M. 2800. care of Telegraph. |
! FOR SALE Ford flve-passenger j
; touring car; newly painted; fine condl- I
I tion: 5 lamps, horn, top and windshield; '
to be sold at once. 5 North Cameron j
street.
} PARTY leaving town wants to store ;
ior sell Upright Piano to responsible j
' person; easy terms. Address J. W. M, ,
j care of Telegraph.
;
GLASS window signx. Furnished
j Rooms, Unfurnished nooma. Rooms and
Board and Table Board at 25c each. One
j of these tlgus will be given with each
1 six-time order for a classified ad. If
1 paid in advance. Inquire at Office of
I Telegraph.
j FOR SALE Five-passenger tour- I
I ing car body, good condition: will sell '
lat a sacrifice. Apply Universal Motor j
j Car Co.. 1826 Wood avenue.
| FOR SALE 1914 Ford touring car,
in good condition; also one Presto
lifeht tank. Inquire at Shoe Store, i
| Seventeenth and Swatara.
j JUST WHAT YOU WANT at a bar- j
I gain. A flve-passenger touring car. I
i two-cylinder, in s?ood shape, and fine,
j running order. 820 Market street. i
I FOR SALE Good, gray horse, 1,200
lbs. Price, $75.00. Inquire Ober's 1
Stable. Court and Cranberry.
FOR SALE Pedigreed English bull
dog. one year old: brindle with white
breast. Call, or address. J. K. Runkle,
1939 State street.
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Te'egrnT»h Business office.
FOK liENT i
! FOR RENT Bungalow, best sltuat
; ed. alongr Susuuehanna river, between
I Wild Cat and Accomac. Furnished com
i plete. Particulars. A. L. Resch. Mari
etta. Pa.
FOR RENT Second floor room,
$.700 square feet, for light manufactur
ing purposes. New building. Call at
premises. Twelfth and Herr streeta 1
WANTED
WANTED Drophead Singer sew
ling machine; must be cheap: state price
Address D„ 2793. care of Talegraph.
I | ! ..N 1..V- i ~i ~t ■Ka
I!
I! TAILOR SHOP FOR SALE Nicely
, furnished and doing a fair business.
: Will sell for $75.00, as I am leaving
I town. Rent. SIO.OO per month, and good
location. Apply to Harry Salt-In, 21
Railroad street. Palmyra, Pa.
!ANY Intelligent person can earn good
income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Syndicate. 7*B, Lock
port. N. Y.
I MADE $50,500 In Ave years In the
mall order business, began with It.
Send for free booklet. Telia how. Hea
• cock, 356 Lockport. N. T.
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
'WJIR SNARES PROMISE
i 6REIITER ACTIVITIES
Canadian Pacific Reflected Further
Pressure Despite Its Sub
stantial Gain
By Associated Press
Xew ,Tork. July is. War shares
t £? v . e Promise of greater activity and
higher prices at the opening of to-day's
trading. Gains of one to almost two
points were registered by Bethlehem
Steel. Crucible Steel, W estlnghouse,
General Motors and Baldwin Locomn
tive. with a new high record for the
latter. In the more representative is
sues yesterday's Irregularity was re
; newed. Southern Pacific displaying
marked heaviness. Canadian Pa'cific
also reflected further pressures, despite
its substantial gain in the London mar
ket. where other international stocks
were variably lower. Reactions from
early prices were general before the end
of the half hour.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Furnished by E. S. Goshorn,
208-209 Arcade Building.
New York. July 15.
Open. High. l<ow. CMos.
Alaska G M 35 % 354 35%
Amal Cop . 73 73 % 72 «4 73%
Am Bt Sug 48 49 48 49
Am Can .. 51% 52% 50% 52
Am C& F. 54% 55 54 55
Am Cot Oil 46 46% 46 46%
Am Ice Sec 26 26% 25% 25%
Am Loco . 49% 50% 49% 50%
An. Smelt. 78% 80% 78% 80%
Am T & T. 121 121% 120% 121
Anaconda . 34% 35% 34% 35%
Atchison .. 100 100% 100 100%
B& O 76% 77% 76% 77%
Beth Steel . 175 181U 173 180
Bkl.vn RT. 86% 87 86% 87
Can Pacific 143% 144% 142% 144
Cent Leath 41% 41% 41% 41%
<_ & O 36% 37 36% 37
CM& St P 80% 82 80% 81%
£ C r° p ' 45,4 45 % 45 * 45 %!
Col F & I. 33 3 4 3 3 33% I
Con Gas .. 128 129 128 128
£V RN R. PROD -- 14 I 37 /* 14%
Dist Sec .. 25% 25% 25% 25%
£ r !« 25% 25% 25% 25%
Erie Ist pfd 39% 39% 38% 38%
Gen E Co.. 167 168% 166% 167%
Gen Motors ISO 180
Goodrh BF 52% 52 % 50% 51 % I
Gt Xor pfd 115% 116% 115% 116%
Gt N Ore s 36 36% 35% 36%
Gug Exp . . 62% 62%
In-Met 19% 20% 19% 20%
In-Met pfd. 73% 734
Lehigh Val 141 142 141 142
Loui &■ X. 109% 110% 108% 110%
Mex Petro. 72 75 72 74 %
Mo Pac .. 3% 3% 3% 3%
Xat Lead.. 64 65 64 64 %
Xev C C .. 14% 14% 14% 14%
X Y Cent.. 85% 86% 85% Bfi %
XY.NH& H 58% 59 56 59
Xor Pac .. 103% 104% 103% 104%
Pac Mail .. 33 33% 33 33 %
PUR ... 105% 106 105% 106
P C & C... 116 117 116 117
Prs S C. . . 49 49% 49 49%
Ray C C.. 23% 23% 23% 23%
Reading .. 145% 147% 145% 147%
Rep-1 & S. 30 30% 30 30%
Rep I S pd. 90 90 ' 89% 90 " j
LEGAL NOTICES
I ADMIN ISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL !
ESTATE
• PCRSUAXT to an order of the Or- I
jphan'B Court of Dauphin County, there'
• will be sold at public sale, in front of
the Court House, Saturday, Jul\«t 17,'
, 1915. at 2 o'clock P. M., the following
I described real estate, late of Margaret
j J. Durkees. deceased, to wit:
I All that certain house and lot of
ground, situate in the Citv of Harris
burg. numbered with the street number |
2014% North Fifth Street, fronting fif- 1
teen feet (15) on Fifth Street, and ex-I
telding back one hundred (100) feet !
same width throughout, to a fifteen (15) I
feet wide alley, thereon erected a
Three Story Frame Dwelling House.
Upon the following terms and condi
tions:
. Ten per cent, of the purchase money
jtobepa id In cash on day of sale. Fif
| teen per cent, on confirmation of sale
by the Court. The balance when Deed
jls delivered, when possession of the
I property will be given to the purchaser.
| Further conditions will be made known
at time of the sale by
I HARRISBI'RG TRUST COMPANY,
Administrator. j
I J. C. NISSLEY, Attorney.
PROPOSALS
! Office of the Building Commission for
'the Selection of a Site and Construction
! of a State Industrial Home for Women,
j Act approved 26th of July 1913, P. L
I 1311 with the supplement thereto, ap-
I proved May 1, 101 a. No. 120.
| Bids under former proposals having
I aggregated more than the State ap
-1 proprlation. new seaied proposals for
the construction of new buildings (cot
| tage system) known as the Administra
| tion Building and three cottages per
taining to an Industrial Home for Wo
j men at Muncy, Lycoming County, Pa., to
. be addressed to the Building Commis
; sion in care of Frank Smith, Secretary,
;at the office of the State Board of
Charities, Capitol Building. Harris-
I burg. Pa., will be received and opened
! in the presence of the bidders or their
1 representatives at 12 M., on Friday
IJuly 23. A. D. 1915, and properly
I scheduled.
j Separate sealed proposals are also in
vited for plumbing heating, ventilating
I apparatus and electrical equipment.
; Drawings and specifications anq
| form of proposals may be had on ap
! plication at the office of Horace
I Trumbauer. architect, Land Title Build
ing, Philadelphia, by depositing the
1 sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00) of
j which sum $90.00 will be returned up
ion the refusal of any bid. Former bid
! ders will not have to deposit the afore
-1 said sum of SIOO.OO. Bidders will take
; notice that proposals are asked for an
1 Administration Building and three
j cottages, instead of an Administration
; Building and four cottages as hereto
fore.
Bids from others than those engaged
in the actual business and general
; branches therein mentioned will not be
entertained or considered,
j The Commission reserves the right to
, accept as a whole or in part, or reject
: any or all bids as may be deemed best
: for the interests of the Commonwealth
GEORGE QUINTARD HORWITZ,
Chairman.
BCSIXKSS PERSONALS
WE are headquartAs for Trunks.
Suit Cases and Bags. Before your va
cation Inspect our large stock. Have
your repairing done here and save
money. Harrlsburg Harness & Supply
Company. Second and Chestnut.
FOR falling hair try Gross Quinine
1 Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
: Druggist and Apothecary, 11J Market
I street. Harrlsburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell
! >»«•.
RAUUSO ~
I R. A. HARTMAN.BonrdIng Stable aad
National Transfer Co. Mover* of
piano*, safes, boilers and general haul
ing. H. W. Lathe. Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine street*. Bell phone No.
?5*)3R
STORAGE
| " FIREPROOF STORAGE" Private
rooms for honsehold goods. $2 p « r
! month and up. We lnvlt* Inrpectlon.
1 Low lnrurance. 487-445 South Second
street. Harrlsburg Storage Company.
STORAGE 4l» Broad street. f7r
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms. $1 to SB. Wagon*, 75 cents
per month. Apply D. Cooper ft Co., ill
Broad ctreet. Both phone*. 1
|South Pac. 84% 84% 82% 84% 1
1 South Ry... 14% 14% 14% 14%
South Rpd 44% 46 44% 46
| Tenn Cop.. 38 38% 37% 38%
! Texas C 0... 129% 129% 129% 129%
I Third Ave. 52 52
II Union Pac. 126% 127% 125% 127%
Ii U S Rub... 48% 48% 4«% 48%
(US Steel.. 61% 63% 61 63%
US S pd.. 110 110 110 110
Utah Cop.. 67% 68 67% 68
.» Vir-Car C. 32% 32% 32% 32%
West U Tel 69 70% 69 70
West Mfg.. 102% 104% 102% 104%
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS
Philadelphia, July 15.—Stocks closed
strong.
Cambria Steel 50%
General Asphalt 31%
1 General Asphalt. Pfd 65%
Lake Superior Corporation 9
1 I Lehigh Navigation »... 73%
Lehigh Valley 70%
Pennsylvania Railroad 52 15-16
Pennsylvania Steel. Pfd 58
Philadelphia Electric 23%
Philadelphia Company 34
Philadelphia Company, Pfd 32
Philadelphia Rapid Transit 8%
Reading...... 73%
Storage Battery . 53%
Union Tractton 32%
United Gas Improvement 83%
United States Steel 63%
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS
Philadelphia, July 15. Wheat
Higher: No. 2. red, car lots, new, July,
export, 11.14Jf1.16; No. 1. Northern, Du
luth. old. export, $1.54®1.59.
Corn Higher: No. 2, yellow, local,
87%®88%o; steamer. No. 2, vellow,
86 l 2 ®B7%c.
Oats Higher; No. 2, white, 61 "A©
62 %c.
Bran Dull: winter, per ton, none
here: spring, per ton. s2f> 00 St 25.51).
Refined Sugars Market steady;
powdered, 6.20 c; fine granulated, 6.10 c;
confectioners' A, 6.00 c.
Butter Market lower; western,
ereatpery. extras, 27% c; nearby prints,
fancy, 30% c.
Eggs The market is firm;
Pennsylvania ami "ther nearbv first*,
free cases. $5.55 per case; do.,
current receipts, free cases. $5.55
per case; western, extras, firsts, $6.00
per case; do., firsts, free cases. $5.55
per case.
Live Poultry Market steady: fowls,
|16%®17c; old roosters. ll®12c: broil
ing chickens, 16®24c; ducks, spring, 15
@l7c; do., old. 12®lac.
Dressed Poultry Market firm;
fresh killed fowls, fancy, 18%@19o: do.,
average, 16%®1f%c; do., unattractive,
14%(i(15%c; do., old roosters, 12c; do.,
I broiling chickens, nearby, [email protected]; do.,
western. 21® 26c; do., sp'rlng ducks, IS
®l7c; Ice packed fowls. 14®18c.
Potatoes Market dull; Maine,
per bushel, 15®20c; New York, per
bushel, 15®20c; Southern, per barrel.
40«90c.
Flour The market is firm;
and nominal; winter straight*.
$5.50®5.75: do., clear. $5.50®6.25; Kan-
I sas. lute sacks. [email protected]; spring,
straights. $6.50®6.75; do., patents, $6.75
@7.35.
Hay Market higher; No. 1, large
bales, $21.00; No. I. medium bales,
$21.00; No. 2. do., $19.50#?20.00; No. 3,
do.. $16.00® 17.00.
Light mixed. $19.50® 20.00: No. 1, do.,
[email protected]; No. 2. do., $16.00® 17.00.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Chicago, 111., July 15.—Board of Trade
closing:
Wheat—July. 1.15; September. 1.08%.
Corn—July, 765»; September. 72%.
Oats—July, 49; September, 38.
Pork—September. 15.37; October,
15.50.
Lard—September. 8.42; October, 8.52.
Ribs—September. 10.17; October.
10.22.
CHICAGO CATTLE
Chicago. 111., July 15. Hog Re
ceipts, 13,000: strong. Bulk of sales.
| $6.90® 7.40; light, $7.25®7.80; mixed,
i56.85®7.70; heavy. [email protected]; rough,
$6.60®6.80; pigs, $6.75®7.70.
I Cattle • Receipts. 30,000; weak. Na
tive steers. $6.60®10.40; western
steers. , I'. 10®8.25; cows and heifers,
$3.20i§9.25; calves. $7.50® 10.75.
! Sheep—Receipts, 14.000: weak. Sheep,
j $5.60®6.75; lambs, $6.25®8.60.
Hosiery Company Declares
Semiannual Dividend
A semiannual dividend of three and
, a half per cent, payable before the
lend of the month has been declared
|by the directors of the Xew Idea
1 Hoisery Company.
The announcement follows the re
port of the amount of business for
the last six months which shows that
the greatest volume of sales and profits
in the history of the company were
transacted.
Enough orders are on hand to insure
the mill running full time far Into next
Spring.
; Describes German Methods
of Poisoning Wells and
Planting Contact Mines
(Correspondence of Associated Press.)
Cape Town, July 15.—The alleged
methods of the Germans in poisoning
the water supply when forced to re
treat In South Africa are thus de
scribed in a dispatch from a British
officer at Aus, German Southwest Af
rica:
"All the wells and boreholes at Aus
had been damaged and the water
spoiled by putting large quantities of
creosote in it. In the wells they put
the creosote in a tin, which had a
small hole In the top through which
a piece of cord passed. The tin was
wired to the bottom of the well, and
this of course insured a continual pol
lution for a good while if the tin was
not removed.
"As it happened, some of the wells
were soon emptied and the tins thus
discovered, so we soon had sweet wa
ter to drink, but for three of four
days all our drinks, tea, coffee and
even milk, were flavored with a strong
carbolic bouquet. We had to put up
with it, though It was far from palat
able."
The same writer describes the dan-1
ger from land mines left behind by the
retreating Germans: "Plateaus and
mountain side were soon found to be
sprinkled with contact mines, very
cleverly burled or concealed toy rocks
and gravel. Generally we drove mules
or cattle over the suspected ground
ahead of us. Only two of the mines
at Aus did any particular damage on
exploding. They killed four mules
and one horse and wounded an officer.
Ninety-five of the mines have been
dug up by the engineers, but villagers
say that the Germans planted over
four hundred, so there are possibly
many more yet to be discovered. We
move about in the outskirts circum
spectly, like cats, and take care to
avoid places suitable for mines."
SOLDIERS TO HARVEST
(Corrcspondene of Associated Press.)
London. July 15.—Soldiers are to
be sent from the training camps to
help British farmers with their har
vests wherever there is a shortage of
labor. The farmers must house and
feed the soldiers, and pay them 65
cents a day which will be used to de
fray traveling expenses.
POTASH IN TEXAS
The Texas Bureau of Geology and
the Rock Island Railway Company
both announce that the discovery of
potash in the salt beds of the Pan
! handle country is of sufficient prom
ise to warrant the hope that the great
American supply of this important
fertilizer has at last been found. Fur
ther Investigations will be made at
once. It is possible, even probable,
! that the potash deposits may extend
j to the salt fields of Xew Mexico and
] Arizona. —Farm Life.
JULY 15, 1915.
ENGLISH GIRL MAKING
Wm
Here is the evidence of the fact that women have had to go into the
munitions factories of Great Britain to make shells for the army. The call
of Minister of Munitions Lloyd-George has not been answered sufficiently to
keep these women out of this trying anrl laborious work. The photograph
was taken just outside a factory where there are hundreds of women at
work. "Without them the soldiers of General French in the field would have
to retire before the Germans as they have done often in the past because
they had no proper ammunition with which to fight.
Embroidery Older
Than Oil Painting
Greeks Pnld Fnbulotis Prices For Fine
Pieces of Needlework
Embroidery Is older than oil-paint
ing, and has been employed In more
royal and sacred uses than any other
art. It was at a high state of excel
lence quite fifteen hundred years be
fore the Christian era, and was one of
the Mosaic practices In the embellish
ment of their tabernacles. It was abun
dantly used in the service of the
church and for the heraldry during the
Middle Ages of English history, and
among the Orientals it was the high
est expression of handicraft in the
early stages civilization among the
Greeks. Sidonians and
Babylonians.
In later days embroideries com
manded fabulous prices in Athens and
Greece during the patrlcan age of
culture and adornment, but it was
equally known in its highest phases
of beautiful expression among the
Peruvians at the time of the conquest
by the Spaniards.
To-day beautifully executed embroid
eries will bring to the skilled worker
prices that take the breath away. There
nas been no time In civilization, anci
ent or modern, when beautifully ex-
Eressed needlework designs in the em
roidery of stylish modes would fetch
higher prices than to-day. We live in
an age of prosperity, money, luxury
and a desire for ornate decorative art
that combines utility with beauty.
Patterns of the very latest design
by which any woman can make gar
ments. napory or articles of home
decoration are provided by this paper
In The World Famous Embroidery
Outfit. A coupon plan is provided so
that regular readers may secure the
patterns without difficulty. Add to
three coupons (one appearing In the
paper every day) sixty-eight cents to
cover cost of handling. With mall or
ders the sum enclosed should be sev
enty-five cents as postage and pack
ing amounts to seven cents.
The pattern outfit in this extension
of our woman's feature departments
includes more than 450 exclusive de
signs, a set of the best hardwood em
broidery hoops. a highly polished
bone stiletto, a package of specially
•selected needles of assorted sizes, a
gold-tipped bodkin and complete In
structions for making all the fancy
stitches, each stitch being Illustrated
and clearly explained.
MAKING CAMPING JUNKETS
WITH A MOTORCYCLE
An eastern sportsman who is fond
of rowing and fishing but who lives
at some distance from the water, has
devised a convenient method of trans
porting a boat with him on his cross
country excursions with a motorcycle,
as is attractively shown In the cover
design of Popular Mechanics Maga
zine. Attached to the machine is a
sidecar which enables him to carry a
passenger, while a light two-wheeled
trailer Is used for carrying a boat.
This Is attached to the machine by
means of a simple coupling which al
lows It to take the turns easily and
also prevents it from ramming the
motorcycle when the brakes are ap
plied. All the provisions and equip
ment necessary for a short camping
junket are carried in the boat, leav
ing the motorcycle unhampered by
paraphernalia.
INSIST ON YOUR CONTRACTOR USING
Alpha Portland Cement
Beet for sidewalks. Costs no more.
COWDEN & COMPANY
Ninth, Herr and Cumberland Streets
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
OF PANAMA CANAL
On the toe of the northwest slope
of Ancon Hill, overlooking Balboa.,
the first permanent town of the Zone,
the administration building, in which
are concentrated the various depart
mental offices of the Panama Canal,
has been erectecf. It is a low, broad
structure, drawn after the plan of the
architecture of the Italian Renaissance
period and surrounded on all sides by
wide concrete terraces flanked by
heavy balustrades and broken, at the
front, by longitudinal panels of lawn.
In order to compress the building
and at the same time provide for ade
quate light and ventilation, it was de
signed in the form of the letter "E."
It is three stories in height, and, un
like other structures erected in the
Zone, has a sub-basement. Both its
front and the outer wings are lined 1
by a colonnade of square Italian mar
ble columns which support the pro
jected third-story wall and the eaves.
A picture and plan of the building ap
pear in the Popular Mechanics Maga
zine.
COTTON SEED FLOUR AS
FOOD FOR HUMANS
From the results of tests conducted
at the Texas Agricultural Experiment
Station it has apparently been found
that flour made from cottonseed Is
a valuable food for general consump
tion. This is a new product which is
being manufactured in the South and
offered as an inexpensive substitute
for meat. It is remarkably high in
protein, which is the nutrient, or flesh
producing, substance in meat, and is
readily digested by the gastric juices.
It is also said to be quite palatable and
satisfying.—From the June Popular
Mechanics Magazine.
THE Ilarrlsburg Polyclinic Dispell
sary will be open daily, except Sunday,
at 3 P. M., at Its new location, 1701
North Second street. *for the freo treat
ment of the worthy poor.
miBBER STAMQA
ikfU SEALS A STENCILS 6#V
" MFG.BYHBG.STENCILWORKS ■ i|
\ 1 130 LOCUST ST. HBG.PA. If
r
For Rent—One of Those,
Unusual "Hill Side"
Apartments
Unusual—Asphalt street and finest
street car service in the
city at your front door.
Unnsu&l —Primeval forest at your/
back door.
Unusual —Comforts at $35.00 per
month that one usually
expects to find only* in a
150.00 apartment.
Apply to
CHAS. M. FROEHLICH
1121 Market St.
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