| Telegraph Want Ads.—The Shortest Rente Between Buyer and Seller
SHAI'B Kerwln J. Shaub of 1720
Penn street, who died In the Coates
> ille Hospital, following injuries re
ceived in the collision of freight
trains on Sunday morning, will be
burled from his late home on Wednes
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial in
the East Harrisburg Cemetery.
Mr. Shaub was 32 years of age. He is
survived by his wife and one son.
Harrv E. Shaub. and his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Shaub. and two
sisters. Mrs B. F. Karr and Miss
Catherine M. Shaub. Friends and
relatives invited to attend withbut
POTTER —On Sunday, September 19th.
1915 Mrs. AiiKeline J. Potter, died at
the home of her daughter. Mrs. A. D.
Wharton. No. 3119 North Fourth
Funeral service* will be held at the
above address, Tuesday evening, at
730 o'clock. Body will be taken to
Huntingdon. Pa., at 11.40 a. m. for
burial. Relatives and friends are In
vited to attend without further no
CARD OF THANKS
LEWIS SIMONETTI and family
wishes to thank friends and relatives
for the kindness shown to them during
th 'ir recent bereavement.
"LOST Saturday evening. toilet
room of P. R. R. station, open face gold
watch (Elgin) with leatheT wristband.
Initials K. M. E. Reward if returned
to Maclay street.
FOUND That Eggert's Steam Dye
ing & French Cleaning Works, 1245
Market St.. do the very bes.. work In
the city. Call either phone for 'roof,
tt'e call and deliver.
HELP WANTED —Male
WANTED Collector and Canvass
er; man with industrial Insurance ex
perience preferred; salary and commis
sion. Apply, B 3072, care Telegraph.
WANTED Men to learn to become
practical chauffeurs. We give you our
unlimited. SSO practical course now for
$35. After the Ist of October the price
will be S4O. Make application at once
so as to save money. We practice you
from the time you start on repairing
and driving automobiles until you fin
ish Auto Transportation School, aN.
WANTED Young man between
ages of 16 and 20 to work in grocery
store solicit and, deliver orders; none
but experienced need apply. Apply, G.
A Rice. Washington Heights.
WANTED Plumber and steam lit
ter. Apply, J. W. Morrow. 17 North
WANTED A reliable man to take
over the agency on proposition of un
limited opportunities. Capital re
quired; must be well recommended.
Apply, S p. m #!etropolitan Hotel. A.
B. Strode. ,
WANTED Strong active young
man of good habits. Apply, 1317 North
Third street. -v.
WANTED A boy about 16 years
old to work in shoe store. E. F. Deieh
ler. 13th and Market streets.
WANTED Draughtsman on rail
road map work; must be a good letterer
and rapid workman; salary S7O per
month. Apply at Room 510. Telegraph
building, this week.
WANTED Man to run extractor In
laundrv; must be experienced: $12.00 to
start. Sanitary Family Washing Co.,
16th and Elm streets.
WANTED—Two neat reliable young
men #ov counter and floor work, coun
try boys preferred. Apply Rustic Dairy
Lunch" 5-7-9 South Third street, Harris
WANTED First-class toolmaker,
profiler, miller, driller, rifler, barrel
turners, blacksmiths and steam hajn
me; men to make drop forges. Also
men for barrel rolling. Address P. O.
Box 264. Lancaster, Pa.
WORKS DRESSMAKING SCHOOL— |
22North Fourth street. Become a pupil |
now. Make all your Fall and winter j
dresses while learning an art that will .
be of endless value as long as you live, j
Dav and evening.
A strong girl to work In the starch |
room. Experienced girl preferred. Ap- i
ply, Troy Laundry. 520-26 Fulton street, i
WANTED White gfrl to do cook- 1
ing and some house work Small
family. Apply, 240 Soyth Thirteenth i
street. Befl phone 1886.
WANTED young girl who can do'
plain sewin» to work in store. Ad- i
3ress. W 3076. care Telegraph. '
WANTED Everybody to Know a',
student entered March 16 and started '
work with a structural company July i
20—Just four months. Harrisburg
Shorthand School, 31 North Second !
YV ANTED Girls oveTlil
years of age to learn the trade of j
Cigar Making. Pay while learn- •
ing. Welfare looked after by a i
trained nurse. Apply at Harris-!
burg Cigar- Co.. 500 Race street, j
WANTED Experienced sewing ma
chine operators op Indies' and clill- I
dren's wear. Harrisburg Apparel 'Co..
over City Star Laundry, State street. I
LAUNDRESS WANTED White wo
man. Apply at Bolton House.
WANTED Experienced machine
rollers and bunchmakers. Apply Cen
tral Cigar Co., 425 South Cameron
WANTED Reliable girl foi gen- |
oral housework; small family; subur- '
ban: good wages. Bell phone 3616J?, |
or ar>nt'- 3014 North Second street. i
WANTED An experienced white
cook: references required; high wa- j
ges. Call. 3201 Riverside Drive. j
' v '
8-Acre Farm j
The "Ira Dreese" property on i
the Trindle Spring road. l'i mile*
west of MerhanlcsburK In the vil
lage of Rox borough.
Limestone soil —t<vo-story frame
house with eight rooms—l3s ft. j
artesian well—frame ground barn I
—chicken house, etc.
tme»tigate this proposition and ;
then tell us what the farm in worth 1
MILLER BROTHERS &CO.
Insurance Surety Bonds ■
Lncuat and Court Strcetk
j HEI R WANTED—FEMALE
RESPECTABLE elderly woman to as
'j slat with children and light house
work. Room, board and two dollars n
week. 1814 Green street.
WANTED White girl for general
; house work. Apply, 621 South Flf-
I teenth street.
WANTED tn private family, two
I capable u omen; one for cook and down-
I stairs work; other for nurse and up
stairs work; no washing; good wages;
?ive reference. Address, D 3067, care
I HEM' WANTED—MaIe and Female
WANTED Lady and gentleman
I canvassers; good proposition; big
I money. Apply from 6.30 to 8 p. m. M.
I Parry. 1217 Market street.
i AGENTS WANTED
! AGENTS ssO weekly. Sell our 15
Household Inventions; new. live, quick
sellers; general agents getting rich.
Every home huvs one or more; sample
furnished active workers. Write now.
' -'dress, P. O. Box 204. Scanton. Pa.,
SALESMEN 1 WANTED
SALESMEN WANTED—Tw<S honor
able men or women from Harrisburg or
suburban towns. $13:50 per week salary,
or commission. Apply, General Man
ager. E. C. Mingle. 221 Crescent street.
WANTED Well educated married
man wants position ol trust. Not
afraid of work. Apply, 2124 Moore
WANTED—Work of any kind, ex
perienced In running automobile or
driving ■i team. Address, Theodore
Mack. 1114 North 11th St. City.
i SI U.i i
WANTED A position as house
keeper by young woman. Call, Bell
plione, 3756 J.
SMALL WASHING and ironing to do
at home by an exWrienced white wo
man Address, 173T% Fifth street.
WANTED Middle aged man desires
any kind of -clerical work; good in fig
ures. Address, O 3074, care Telegraph.
WANTED By white woman, posi
tion as housekeeper for widower. Ad
dress, M 3073, care Telegraph.
WANTED By young woman, posi
tion as housekeeper In private family.
Address, M 3070, care Telegraph.
WIDOW, from the country, with
bright girl 7 years old, wants house
keeping for widower. Apply, 234 Union
■ tveiiue, or Hell phone Z66R.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
GREEN STREET HOUSE in good
condition, brick construction lO
rooms bath gas furnace
porch. Can be bought at a reason
able price. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
S3OO CASH will give you possession
to an Eighteenth street houses all
. ou. 't improvements porch front
side entrance drive alley on
rear. Balance as rent. Bell Realty
Co.. Bergner Building.
FOR SALE 446 Cumberland street
—3-story brick dwelling; 9 rooms and
bath:hot and cold water; furnace; bay
window: drive alley rear of lot; prop
erty in good condition. Can be seen by
appointment. Call at our office for
further particulars, M. A. F ught, 272
PENBROOK PROPERTY for sale at
$2200 frame house lot 30x150
considerable fruit -- near trolley.
Several other suburban properties at
reasonable prices. Bell Realty Co.,
SI6OO WILL BUY a Fulton street
propei ty rented at sl4 per month
9 rooms bath porch. Also
other cheap houses • for sale. Bell
Realty Co.. Bergner Building.
64 ACRE FARM near Harrisburg,
for sale at less than $125 per acre—
good building large orchard var
iety of other fruit. Bell Realty Co..
FOR 'SALE Plot of ground, corner
13tli and State streets, 116 ft. on 13th
street by 150 ft. on .State. Price. $65
per ft. on 13th street. H. G. Pedlow, 110
South Thirteenth street.
FOR SALE I have several 3-story
brick houses with 8 rooms and bath:
all improvements; can he bought on
easy terms. H. G. Pedlow, 110 South
FOR SALE Suburban property
within 5c fare of city, large stone house.
1% acres of ground, lot of fruit. A bar
gain to quick buyer. For particulars
apply to Edward W. Evans. Real Es
tate and Insurance, Room 7, 204 Market
NOW IS THE TIME to buy 1836 Re- I
gina street; price reduced s<so; single;
brick dwelling; 10 rooms and bath;
steam beat; gas and electric light; lot.
89 feet front; large porches. Brinton-
Packer Co., Second and Walnut street, j
30 ACRES Thtee-fourtlis mile east
of Halifax in Armstrong Valley—B
- dwelling—frame bank barn—river
soil—well and running water. Price,
$3,000. Brinton-Packer Co., Second and
HEAL ESTATE FOR KENT
FOR RENT Basement room, suit
able for tailor, cobbler or plumber, at
1266 Market street; rent, $lO, including
heat and water. J. E. Gipple. 1251 Mar- ,
1820 BOAS ST. 8 rooms ar.d bath; |
side entrance; all improvements; $lB.
Apply. 1518 Walnut, Harry Ward.
FOR RENT 660-662 Calder street:
three-story brick house; 8 rooms and
bath; all improvements; rent reason
able; will rem to good colored people.
M. Baturin, 639 Boas street.
1109 N. SECOND ST. Three- story
brick dwelling ten rooms bath
furnace and gas s3O. Miller
Brothers & Co., Bell phone 1595.
FOR RENT Store room with fix
tures and* an established confectionery
and Ice cream business of eight years'
standing, and house. 8 rooms, bath and
improvements. 1735 North Third street.
Possession October 1. Apply, 1117 North
FOR RENT ?046 Swatara street;
3-story, 8 rooms and oath, 'all improve
ments: sl4 per month. Irvln Johnson,
2052 Swatara street.
FOR RENT Furnished house on I
Paxtang avenue, Paxtang, Pa. Address
P. O. Box 118, Paxtang Pa., or Belli
FOR RENT Storerooms
and 254 Hamilton street. Rent
sl2. Charles Adler, Real Estate
and Insurance, 1002 North Third
FOR RENT 1713 North Third
street; three-story; all improvements;
recently papered and painted through
out; Immediate possession. Apply 1100
REAL ESTATE FOR SALES OR RENT
FOR SALE OR RENT 25 bbl. Wolf
roller mill in 3%-story stone building,
and two pairs of feed stones; also ciuer
press, saw mill and several acres of
ground. situated on big Conewago
creek, 11 miles north of York, Pa. For
further information call on or address
Jas. F. Cllne, Stejlton, Pa.»
REAL ESTATE WANTED
REAL ESTATE Want to buy brick
dwelling situated between State and
Berryhlll streets: answer stating di
mensions of house, lot and price. Ad
i drefcfc, U 3077, tare Telegraph.
FOR SAI.K OK EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— My fine
">ultry and truck (aim. 'J 1 * acres good
fertile soil: large 10-room dwelling
house, built for two families, fine sum
merhouse, large barn, large double
decker poultry house, 40x16, capacity
•iOO laying hens, hog stable, corn crib,
smoke house, etc.; one acre peach or
chard coming bearing. Exceptionally
pleasant location; 14 miles from Harris
burg. Will exchange for desirable city
property. Price, $2,900. Address own
er, George W. Brlnser, Eliza bethtown,
Pa., Route 1.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT 225 North Second
street, housekeeping apartment, 5
i rooms, pantry, tiled bath, modern In
| every detail: private hall entire length
of apartment; city vapor heat; hot wa
ter furnished. Apply 218 Pine street.
Bell phone 559 W.
Mac DAN I EL'S APARTMENTS
| Housekeeping, furnished complete, two
cheerful large rooms; second floor
front; gas range; private meter. Bells.
! bath, letter box, linen, cooking utensils.
I dishes 1417 Market street.
I APARTMENT FOR RENT—Second
| floor. 4 rooms and bath, electric light,
fas; poreh in rear; city vapor lreat. Ad
res*, H. M. C„ Telegraph.
FURNISHED ROOMS Roslyn
apartments. 209 Walnut street; all Im
provements; city steam heat. Inquire.
Ellanora Gove, 226 North Third street,
ROOM* L'OR RENT
FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
single or ei. suite. Jiell phone. Address
719_ North Sixth street.
HANDSOMELY furnished rooms;
steam heat; electricity; centrally lo
cated; men or business women prefer
red- Address, W 359. Telegraph.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, complete for light housekeeping;
all conveniences; use of Bell phone.
Call, 1089 M.
_ SECOND FLOOR, front room, facing
Capitol Park (two windows); hot and
cold running water, electric light in
room, also adjoins large bath room.
Bell phone. Apply, 410 North street.
FOR RENT Two large second floor
rooms for light housekeeping; furnish
ed or unfurnished; use of bath and pri
vate balcony; one room front. 1421
FOR KENT—Nicely furnished room,
[nil conveniences, centrally located, pri
vate family, gentleman preferred. Bell
phone. 1121 North Front street.
FOR RENT Nicely f .i-tiished rooms
in strictly private family far two re- ,
fined gentlemen; h ,jiie comfort and
board If desired; use of phone. Address.
W 3061, care telegraph.
ROOMS FOR RENT Bright pleas
ant rooms with board; reference. 513
North Second street.
FOR RENT On or before Oct. 1,
■second floor, front. furnished suite,
living room, bed room and private
bath. City steam, electric light, hard
wood floors. Reference required. 218
FOR RENT Second floor front
roc in, newly furnished, across from
Capitol Park; all conveniences; city
steam heat; large bath, including
shower; use of phone. 406 North
GENTLEMAN DESIRES BOARD
and room in private family, uptown sec.
tion preferred; references exchanged.
Address, Box 3071, care Telegraph.
WANTED By gentleman, furnish
ed room, running water, city steam,
use of bath, between Walnut, North,
Second and Third street; state location
and price. Can give references. Ad
dress, M 3065, care Telegraph.
ROOMS AND ROARD
BOARD and nicely furnished room;
fine location, and all conveniences for
two men or man and wife. Call, 1439
Berryhlll street. City.
BOARDERS WANTED „
WANTED Lady boarders by the
week or month. Price reasonable,
place iiomcfike; me of bath and phone.
Call at 1408 Liberty street.
LARGE ICE BOX suitable for butcher
or grocer for sale. Size about 6x7xS feet
high. Something fine. Cost sloo. Used
one year. Will sell cheap because 1
need the space. Apply to Menger's
Restaurant. 110 North Second street.
FOR SALE At L. Parthemore's,
37 North Thirteenth street; hardware,
paints, oil and glass; a full line of Har
rison's paints and varnishes.
FOR SALE Biggest bargains, Dol
lar Day, Friday, September 24th. See
Ryder's Windows, 5 Noj-tli Thirteenth
street and 302 Broad street.
FOR SALE WALLPAPER Many
patterns at half of list price. Paper de- I
llvered anywhere free. Hanging rea
sonable. A. U. Spotz, 1317-1!) Market
FOR SALE New twin Thor motor
cycle; fully equipped; ridden about 200
miles. Am willing to sacrifice. Call,
Mr. Shenk, Bogar's Store.
FOR SALE One Metz roadster
cheap to quick buyer. Monn Bros., 17th
and Swatara streets.
MOTORCYCLE BARGAINS lndian,
1914, 2-speed. lamp, preston, speedome
ter, claxon. tandem. $150; Indian, 1914,
with side lar, fuily equipped, $160; Ex
celsior, 1914, equipped, fine shape, $126.
Keystone Garage, 814 North Third St
FOR SALE Lumber, land, brick
and stone: a gold edge proposal to you
builder. Call at 6 p. m. Bell phone
FOK SALE CARDS on sale at tfc*
Telegraph Business office.
FOR SALE Bav horse. 6 years olds
city breko Will sell reasonable to
quick buyer. Guaranteed to work any
place. Apply Malman, 67 Conestoga
street, Steelton, Pa.
FOR SALE Graphophone and 62
records: plays disc records. Apply,, 29
South Cameron street.
FOR SALE Large amount, second
handed building lumber, brick and
stone; also building land in properous
part of city; we are at your proposal.
Call us on Bell phone, 2403R, between 6
and 9 p. m.
BARGAINS IN TYPEWRITERS—Re
buiIt and second-hand L. C. Smith. .Un
derwoods. Remington and others from
SIO.OO up. Supplies and office equip
ment of every description. Geo. P.
Tillotson, 36 South Fourth street.
FOR SALE One pair of black bay j
mules, one driving mare, runabout and '
harness; in good condition. Address, I
D 3066, care Telegraph.
GLASS window signs. Furnished ,
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms. Rooms and !
Board and Table Board at 25c each. One |
ot these signs will he given with each !
six-time order for a classified ad. if !
paid in advance. Inquire at Office of ;
FOR SALE Cheap, one horne and
harness. Bell phone, 3168 M.
AUTOMOBILE Five passenger;
good condition; reasonable. Address,
West Falrview Garage.
FOR SALE Meat market and green
grocery, in thriving suburban town of
3,000 people. Splendid opportuilltv for
right man. Call or write, 315 Bread
street, phone 3242 J.
FOR SALE AT GABLE'S. 113, 115 '
«nd 117 South Second street. 5,000 gal- j
lions New Era ready-mixed paint Acme
quality. AH the full line of the Acme .
UPWARD SWING IN
War Shares Raised One and
Two Points During Early
New York. Sept. 21.—The familiar up
ward swing of the special stocks was
repeated at the outset of to-day's trad
ing. motor shares again being the most
conspicuous features. Willy's-Overland
rose 2 points to the new high price of
211, soon increasing Its gain to 219.
Studebaker opened half a point down,
but soon advanced 4%, to the new high
price of 144% and General Motors also
broke all previous records with Its ad
vance of 3% to 299%. Other so called
war shares were up 1 to 2 points, but
Fnited States Steel opened a fraction
lower. Railroads which recently gave
promise of resuming their place among
the leaders, were dull and fractionally
lower. Changes elsewhere, were nom
1 NEW YORK STOCKS
Furnished by E. S. Qoshorn,
208-209 Arcade Building.
New York, Sept. 21.
Open. High. Low. Clos.
j Alaska G M 33 33 32% 32%
| Allis-Chal . 44% 44% 43% 43%
!Am Bt Sug 66 V 4 68% 66% 67
Am Can .. 60% 61% 60% 60%
Am C& F. 71 74% 71 73
FOR SALE One reed set-up cart
for child; good condition. Apply, 1208
Nortli Sixth street.
FOR SALE Second-hand steel
range in good condition. Apply, 1116
North Second street.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can »•
secured at the Telegraph Buslneaa
FOR SALE Scratch Pads new
supply—so for 25c while they last. Ap
ply Job Printing Department .The Tele
graph Printing Company.
FOR SALE —Or will let furnished,
best located rooming house in city;
business well established. Morrell's,
204 Locust street.
FOR SALE Five shares Commer
cial Rank Stock. Address, C 3069, care
FOR RENT Good business loca
tion; 3-story building; larfge store room
and 4 flats; will rent or sell at a
bargain: possession immediately.
Call Bell phone 345 M, or write M 3055,
FOR RENT Warehouse; three
story bricV building; 11,000 sq. ft. floor
spqce; elevator 6xß ft.; along P. R. R.
with siding. Inquire Dauphin Depos't
FOR RENT Two-story warehouse.
3 and 5 Cowden street; 5,000 sq. ft. floor
space; elevator; railroad siding; posses
sion October 1. Apply C. F. Gohl, 1003
North Second street. Bell phone 899 M.
I MADE $50,000 in five years in the
mail order business, began with J5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock. 365 Lockport, N. Y.
ONE picture show for sale, doing a
good business; must be sold in ten
dav3; good reasons for selling. Address.
S 3056, care 'Telegraph.
ANY Intelligent person can earn good
Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Syndicate, 798, Lock
port, N. Y.
FOR falling hair try ftross Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
street, Harrisburg. Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell
THERE'S A DIFFERENCE in out
work when compared to other firms, the
reason is that we are Interested in you
personally and want you to look well
dressed, the way to do this, is to send
vour clothes to us for renovating, our
methods are the best and give perfect
satisfaction. West End Cleaning and
Dying. 1527 North Third street; Bell
phone 717 W.
MR. MOTORCYCLE OWNER lf you
have a motorcycle you want to dispose
of quickly, better try our service. Key
stone Garage, 814 N. 3rd street. Bell
R. A. HARTMAN, Boarding Stable and
National Transfer Co. Movers of
pianos, safes, boilers and general haul-
Ins?. H. W. Lathe. Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine, streets. Bell phone No.
FIREPROOF STORAGE. Private
rooms for household goods, $2 per
month and up. We Invite inspection.
Low Insurance. 437-445 South Second
street. Harrisburg Storage Company.
STORAGE 4l» Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms. $1 to Wagons. 76 cent*
per month. Apply D. Copper A Co.. «ll
Broad street. Both ahonea.
MONEY TO LOAN, having two Build
ing and Loan Associations and a Trust
Cp. Address P. O. Box 496. Steelton. Pa.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE -t-
tamentary on the estate of Emma M.
late of Harrisburg, Pa., having
been granted to the undersigned, all
persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make payment, and those
having claims or demands will present
the same without delay.
V. HUMMEL FAGER, Executor
410 North Second street.
FRANK E. ZIEGLER.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE HIGHWAY
Department, Harrisburg, Pa. Sealed
proposals will be received at said office
until 10 a. m., Wednesday, October 13,
1915, when bids will be publicly opened
and scheduled, and contract awarded as
soon thereafter as possible, for the con
struction of a double 2S ft. span con
crete bridge in Conwango township.
Warren county, at Station No. 69. of
State Highway Route,, No. 94. Plans
and specifications may be seen at office
of State Highway Department, Harris
burg; 1001 Chestnut street, Philadelphia,
and 903 Hartje Building Pllttsburgh.
Full particulars and Information
plication to Robert J. Cunningham,
State Highway Commissioner.
NOTICE The Commonwealth
Building and Loan Association will
open the 49 series at their office, 18
North Third street, *>n Monday evening,
October I. Money leaned on real estate
at each meeting.
F. R. LEIB.
j. T. w. MCLAUGHLIN,
lAm Cot Oil 51% 51% 50% 50 % 1
lAm Ice Sec 24 24 24 24
Am Loco . 57% 57% 67 57 %
Am Smelt . 84 85% 83% 84%
Am Sugar . 109% 109% 109% 109%
lAml &T. 124% 124% 124 124 %
Anaconda . 71% 72% 71% 71%
Atchison .. 102% 102% 102 102 %
n •• 81 * 82 81 * 82 *
¥ft° •Y • ** * 84% 84% 84%
Beth Steel . 345 357 33« 354 %
Lklyn RT. 84% 84% 84% 84%
Cal Petro.. 21% 21% 20% 20%
Can Pacific 156 156 155% 155%
Cent Leath 49 49% 48V* 48%
C&O 49 49 48% 48%
CG W pfd 31 31% 31 31%
C, RI& P. 20% 21 20% 20 %
£ V®? COP- 44% 44% 44% 44%
Colt & 1.. 54 54 52% 52%
Cruc Steel. 94% 97% 93 95%
Dist Sec .. 25% 25% 25% 25%
Erie •••••• 31% 31 % 30 % 30%
Erie, Ist Pd 51% 51% 50% 50%
Gen El Co 171% 174 171% 174
Genl Mot . 300 330 300 32ti
Good B F. 70% 72% 69% 71%
Gt Ntfr Pfd 119% 120% 119% 119%
GNO.su.. 45 % 45% 44% 44%
Gug Exp . 66% 66 % 65 65
Insp Cop . 35% 35% 34% 35
Inter-Met . 20% 20%
Kans Cy So 26% 26%
I Lchihg Yal 145% 145% 145% 145%
L & N 119% 119%
Mex Pet .. 88 88% 86% 87
Miami Cop 27% 27V* 27% 27%
Mo Pao ... 3% 3% 3% 3%
Natl Ld .. 66% 66% 65% 65%
N Y cen.. 94 94% 94 94%
N Y. N H
& H ... 67% 67% 67% 67%
N YO & W 28 29 28 28%
Nor & Wn. 11l 111 110% 110%
North Pac. 108% 109 108% 108%
Pacific M.. 32 32% 32 32 %
Pa Rail... 109% 109% 109% 109%
PG C 117% 117% 117 117
Pitts C 34% 36 33% 35%
; Pitts C pd. 103% 104 103% 103 %
i Press SC.. 62 63% 62% 62%
Rail SS. . . 39% 40% 39% 39%
Ray C C. .22 22 22 22
| Reading .. 151 151 150% 150%
Rep 15... 45% 45% 45 45
Rep 1 S pd 100% 100% 110% 100%
.South Pac. 90% 90% 89% 90
South Ry.. 16% 16% 16% 16%
South Rpd 52% 52% 51% 61%
Studebaker. 139% 144% 139% 140
Tenn Cop.. 55% 56 55% 55%
Third Ave. 59% 59% 58% 57%
Union Pac. 130% 131 130% 130%
US Rub... 54 54 % 53% 53%
US Steel.. 75% 76% 75% 76
U S Stl pd. 113% 113% 113% 113%
Utah Cop.. 66% 66% 66 66%
I Vir-Car C.. 38% 39% 38% 39
West U Tel 75% 76% 75% 76%
West Mfg.. 118% 123% 117% 122%
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, Sept. 21. Wheat
Higher; No. 2 red, new, spot, Septem
ber, [email protected]; No. 2 red, western,
Corn Market steady; No. 2 yel
low; local 85®86c; steamer, No. 2 yel
Oats Steady; No. 2, white, none
here; No. 3. white, new, 40@41c.
Bran The market is steady; city
mills, per ton, $25.00; western do. none
here; Spring, per ton. $22.7523.25.
Refined Sugars Market is steady
powdered. 5.30® 5.40; line granulated
[email protected]; confectioners' A, 5.10(H.j.20. '
Butter Market is steady, western
creamery, extra. 26c; nearby prints
fancy, 29c. •
Eggs The market Is firm;
Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts
free cases.. S7.Bo®S.ro per case; nearby
current receipts, free cases. [email protected]
western extra firsts, free cases, sß.lo@
8.40; western firsts, free cases, s7.so<f"i
Live Poultry Market quiet;; fowls
14%®15%c; old roosters. ll@12c; broil
ing chickens, 15@17c: spring ducks. 14
@>lsc; old ducks. J2@ 14c.
Dressed Poultry Market steady;
fresh killed fowls, fancy. tny.©l'tc do
average. 16%®1V%c; do., unattractive,
14%<&>16%c; do., old roosters, 13c; do.,
broiling chickens, nearby. 22®26c; do.,
western. 16@>21c; do., spring ducks. It
5?17c; do., western. 10@12c; ice packed
fowls. 15® 18c.
Potatoes —Market steady; Maine,
per bushel. 15@20c: New York, per
bushel. 15020 c: Southern, per barrel
50c5i51.25: Jersey >»«. 1. per basket, 25
@3sc; Jersey No. 2. per basket, 10i®15c.
Flour Dull and weak. Winter
clear, new, $4.60(5 4.90; do straight, new,
$4.80®5.10; do patent, new, $5.10®
5.40. Kansas clear, new. jute sacks.
$4.90®5.10; do straight, $55.20©5.50; do
patent. $5.50®5.75. Spring, first, clear,
new, $4.6p®4.90; do straight, new,
$4.50®5.10: do patent, new, $5.1A®5.30;
do patent, old, $6.35®6.60.
Hay Unchanged; timothy; No.
1, large bales. $20.50; medium bales,
$20.00#520.50; No. 2 do., sl9.oo®sl H. 50:
No. 3 do.. $17.00® 18.00. Clover mixed,
light mixed, $18.50®/19.00: No. 1 do.,
$17.50® 18.00; No. 2 do., $16.50® 17.00.
CHICAGO CATTLE MARKET
Chicago, Sept. 21. Hogs—Receipts,
12.000: easy. Bulk. $6.50®7.40; light,
<7.loftiß.oo; mixed, <6.30®7.90; heavy,
$6.05®7.30; rough, pigs,
Cattle Receipts, 7.000; steady. Na
tive beef cattle. $6.00®10.30; western
steers.' $6.00®8.75; cows and heifers,
$2.85%8.30; calves. $7.00®11.00.
Sheep Receipts. 15,000; steady.
Wethers, <5.25®%.00; lambs, $6.25®
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET
By Associated Press
Chicago, Sept. 21. The grain market
closed as follows:
Wheat —■ September. $1.01%; Decem
ber. 93c; May, 96 %c.
Corn —December, 56% c; May, 57% c.
Oats—December, 35% c; May. 37 %c.
Pork October, $12.37; January,
I.ard October, $8.05; January, $8.50.
Ribs—October, $7.90; January, $8.35.
Bryan to Confer With
By Associated Press
Washington, D. C„ Sept. 21.—Wil
liam J. Bryan will confer to-morrow
with President Wilson. The engage
ment was made to-day at the White
House at Mr. Bryan's request. It will
be the first time the former Secretary
of State and the President have met
since Mr. Bryan quit the Cabinet three
months ago because he was not will
ing to follow the President's policy in
the German submarine crisis.
What the two men will discuss was
not disclosed in making the engage
Harrisburg Taxi Cab Co.
Announces the Establishment of a New and Lower
Rate-—The Lowest Metered Fare Known
Pay Fare As Shown on Meter. One, Two, Three or Four Passengers
25c For First YiMile 5c For Each Additional X Mile
Hour' Rate $2.00
SEPTEMBER 21, 1915.
WHY SHE WAS KILLE
MRS. SARAH LEITNER
Samuel Leitner, a private detective
in New York, shot his wife five times
the other day. She died immediately.
He told the police two men wearing
grap caps had shot her. Later he
gave this story to he coroner:
"X first met my wife eleven years
ago. She had just come out of the
House of Good Shepherd. We went
together for about a year, until I
found that she behaved herself; then
I married her.
"We took rooms together in Ludlow
street, then in Stanton and later In
Madison street. When we went to
Madison street we had two children,
Bessie and Dora. One night I came
home. She wasn't, there and she didn't
rome back all night. She stayed away
four nights and four days. Her father
and mother and I all searched for her
everywhere. Finally a couple of men
told me they had seen her in back of
a jewelry store in our own neighbor
hood and I went, in there and there
she was. She started to run away, but
I stopped and said. 'Listen, Sarah.
Can't you be good? You've got two
children. Don't spoil their good
names; they're girls." She looked in
my face and, 'To with you!"
'• 'Sarah, why do you talk that way?'
I said; 'haven't I treated you right?'
" 'Oh. I don't like married life," she
said. 'l'm going to sell the furniture
and quit. I don't want, to live this
way any more.'
"She sold the furniture, and on the
day she sold it she threw her own
ntoiner out of the flat so she could get
(he thines. Then she met me on the
street and said: 'How about support.?'
And I said: 'Why, Sarah, I'll support
jou. But. why won't you be good?'
"She laughed at me. She said, 'I
should worry!' And I said. 'You ought
to be where you came from.'
Leitner told more such incidents to
show she had gone on much the same
previous lo her entrance to the
House of Good Shepherd. Then she
went into his office the other night
and started an argument.
"I was sitting in front of my roll
top desk when she said: 'lt's all
through you. I tell you, that I'm so
nervous.' 'What have I done to make
you nervous?' I her. and she
jusl got mad and threatened me with
a hat pin, then went, off in a crazy fit
"There was a gun lying there on my
desk. Suddenly she grabbed for it.
She got it, and I grabbed it away
from her. She fougjht me and kept
saying things and worked me up and
T finished the job."
"You mean you fired the five shots
that killed her?" the coroner asked.
Leitner looked at the coroner help
lessly for a moment, then said, with a
weak jesture of his right hand, "I
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IjATE sews notes
Souderton, Pa. Sept. 21. R. M. Utt,
of Allentown. was killed, and Milton
Longaere, was seriously injure,d when
a freight trolley car of which they
were In charge Jumped the rails here
to-day. Utt was the conductor and
Longaere the motorman.
The Hague, Sept 21.. via London,
3.05 p. m.—An automobile in which
Queen Wllhelmina and her daughter.
Princess Juliana were riding yesterday,
collided In a woods near The Hague
with another motor car. The queen's
automobile was damaged but no on#
Washington, Sept. 21. General
Manuel Chao, former villa governor of
Chihuahua and one of the military lead
ers, arrived here to-day with his fam
ily und staff. Several days ago he was
reported as having crossed the border.
Washington, Sept. 21. The execu
tive council of the American Federation
of Labor to-day authorized President
Uompers tb draft a statement in its
behalf urging recognition of the Car
ranza government as the authoritative
expression of the best ideals of the
Mexican people for self government.
Paris, Sept. 21, 2.25 p. m.—Switzer
land's expenses for mobilization up to
September 1 amounted to $28,000,000.
President Motta made this announce
ment In a speech to-day to the National
Council of the Swiss confederation, as
reported by the correspondent at Berne
j of the Havas agency.
Chicago, Sept. 21. Five hundred
citizen .soldiers spent a shivery niglit in
the civilian army camp at Fort Sheri
dan, for the thermometer hovered
around forty and frost silvered the
grass of the parade grounds.
The Hague, Sept. 21. via London, 2.05
p. m.—Queen Wilhelmina's speech from
the throne to-day in closing the session
of the States General had for its key
note an expression of deep gratitude
that the Netherlands had been spared
the horrors of a war, the end of which
was not even yet to be seen.
Berlin, Sept. 21, by wireless to Tuek
erton. The official announcement
from the war orfice under date of Sep
tember 20 contains the following:
"West of St. Quentin a British aero
plane was shot down by a German avi
ator. The British pilot was killed and
the observer was captured.
SAYS TORPEDO STRUCK SHIP
By Associated Press
Montreal, Sept. 21.—Major Hercule
Barre, of a Canadian regiment, a sur
vivor of the steamer Hesperian, to-day
exhibited a, piece of steel which, he
said, he picked up on the deck of the
Hesperian following the fatal explo
sion. The major declared the steel
was part of a torpedo and termed the
contention that the ship had struck
a mine "absurd."
THE Harrlsburg Polyclinic Dispen
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at 3 P. M.. at Its new location, front and
Harris streets, for the free treatment of
the worthy poor.
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