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IDeatbs HUTCHISON Mrs. Cliristianna Hut chison, aged 84 years, 8 months, b days died November 10, 1915, at hei hnWie, 1111 Capital street. I-uYieral Saturday afternoon, at - o clock, at 1111 Capital street. Rela tives and friends are invited to at tend without further notice. Body inny be viewed after 6 P. LOST I>OST Between Morton Tractor Co. and Columbus Hotel, wallet large sum of money and valuable papers. Liberal reward If returned to Credit Office. Dives, Pomeroy & stew art. _ mgT Harrisburg Club Certificate of Indebtedness, No. 84. Reward. Ad dress P. Box 295, FOUND FOUND At last, a place where you can exchange, buy or sell ar.y used Talking Machine Records. Write, or call at 315 Broad street, Harrisburg, Fa. FOUND That Eggerfa Steam Dye ing 4c French Cleaning Wo:ks. 1-45 Market St.. do the very best, work In the city. CaU either phone for >root We call and deliver- HELP WANTED —Male W ANTED, AT ONCE First-class millwrights. Immediate employment. Address J. F. Creswell, P. O. Box 264, Lancaster, Pa,, or call at Hotel Plaza, Thursday afternoons or evenings. LABORERS WANTED for handling freight consignments; 20c per hour to good hustlers. Apply to Director of Exhibits, car barns, Eleventh and Hen streets, I to 8 A. M. AMBITIOUS MAN—Would you like S6O weekly? Having inherited a for tune. iny valuable business, clearing sflu weekly, is for sale; $350 cash, bal ance monthly; suit anyone; experience unnecessary. 8., 7424, care of Tele graphy TWO BUTCHERS WANTED Steel ton Store Co., Steelton, Pa. WANTED. AT ONCE FiriJt-class painters. Apply Gohl & Bruaw, 310 strawberry street. WANTED Salesman for new in vention. enlarging pictures. G°°<t proposition for energetic person, tall at 305 Market street. WANTED Young, married man for the tea and coffee business, one who i an furnish a bond and good reference. 1 >pl > Grand Union Tea to.. 20b Nortli Second street. THE Lemoyne Citizens' Band wants musicians to join the organization. Band offers Instructions by C. M. Fish ier. a well-known musician of Harris burg. Practice every Sunday afternoon in the Lemoyne Fire House. WANTED —Shoe cutters for womens', misses' and children's shoes. Apply Harrisburg Shoe Mfg. Co.. Vernon street, Harrisburg. Pa. WANTED Girls experienced on power sewing machines. Apply Har risburg Shoe Mfg. Co.. Vernon street. Harrisburg, Pa. WANTED Men for labor work and putting on plaster lath. Apply 1700 North Second street. WANTED Men So become practi cal chauffeurs and mechanics. We guarantee our students 30c per hour wlme repairing private cars; S4O in • ash required. Several cars to over haul now. Make application at once. No. 5 North Cameron street. Auto Transportation School. MACHINISTS WANTED Boring Mill and Lathe hands who can work from blue prints. Must be Orst class. experienced machinists. Apply Employment Department, Westing house Electric & Mfg. Co., East Pitts burgh. Pa. WANTED First-class toolmakers. profilers, millers, drillers, riflers. barrel turners, blacksmiths and steam ham mer men to make drop forges. A- 1 ®? men for barrel rolling Address P. O. Box ?64. Lancaster. Pa. HELP WANTED —Female EXPERT training by my n.<thod. and every student employed Is my record last year; no failures; attend here and be successful. Harrisburg Shorthand School. 31 North Second street. WANTED • A young white girl for general housework; three In family; laundry done out. Apply 361 South Eighteenth street, or Bell phone 2505. Give reference. WANTED Reliable woman (white or colored >, to do cooking and general housework for small family. Need not apply without reference. Call 810 North Eighteenth street. WANTED Girl to assist in house-: work; reference required. Apply 104 South street. WANTED Girls over_l6 to strip tobacco. Also experienced Rollers, Bunchniakers, Packers, Filler and Binder Strippers. Wel fare looked after by trained nurse. Apply Harrisburg Cigar Com pany, 500 Race street. HELP WANTED—FemaIe WANTED—Experienced sew ing machine operators on ladies' and children's wear. Harrisburg Apparel Co., over City Star Laun ■ !rv State street, rear entrance. HELP WANTED—MaIe and Female MEN, WOMEN, common schooling, desiring Government positions. S7O monthly, write for list 15 immediately. Philadelphia Civil Service School, Phlla. SITUATIONS \\ ANTED —.Male WANTED A young man of good habits and with eight years' experi ence desires to connect with some re lliible firm- live years' experience u office work and three years as sales man; best of reference. Address 8., 323'J, care of Telegraph. WANTED Situation as waiter, American or European; several years experience. 631 Forster street. City. WANTED Colored man wishes po sition as chef cook; capable of taking charge. 49 North Eleventh street. City. WANTED By colored boy, work ■iWany kind; 17 years old. Address 1204 Capital street. Catalog of R Facts and Figures * —we will be pleased to send you a copy telephone, call, or • write us your address. Jn Facts and Figures you will find listed for sale all classes of real estate —a large number of properties at most reasonable prices. Miller Brothers & Co. Phones: Bell, 1595; C. V., 190. Locust and Court Sts. THURSDAY EVENING, SITU ATIONS \\ AN TED—Female WANTED Position by young wo man accustomed to refined surround ings. to be or use to elderly people or invalids; much experience ill reading aloud. Address Box S. 3248, care of Telegraph. EXPERIENCED salesladies wanted at once; also bright girls for Saturdays 116 years or over). Apply Mr. tlreene, main floor, Astrfeh's, Fourth and Market streets. WANTED By white woman, day's work with refined people; Just city; can give reference. Address C. A. H., 1511 North Fourteenth street. WANTED A widow, with an 11- year-old son, wants a position as housekeeper in a family where there are no small children. Apply 159 South Eighteenth street. WANTED Voung colored woman wants dav's work or offices to clean. Call, or address, A. L. 132 Dewberry avenue. WANTED A very reliable colored girl would like a place as a nurse or upstairs girl. Call at No. 1424 Reest, street. WANTED Middle-aged woman would like to keep house for widower with one or two children: good home desired in preference of large salary. Mrs. Ureldlgam, 18 Huntingdon street, Rutherford Heights, Pa. WANTED Day's work of any kind. Address 928 Grand street. City. 1 WANTED A widow wants wash ing, ironing or plain sewing. 1225 Wal lace street. WANTED General housework by colored woman. Address 110 Marys street. WANTED White woman desires general housework in small family. Address 8., 3242, care of Telegraph. WANTED By colored woman, gen eral housework in private family, or to assist in kitchen in boardinghouse. 329 Cherry avenue. WANTED By colored general housework or plain cooking- 17128 Walnut street. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Farm of 97 acres, all buildings, Dauphin county. $1,000.00. Also truck farm of 17 acres, all build ings. Cumberland county. Price. SBOO.OO. H. G. Pedlow, 110 South Thir teenth street. FOR SALE Consider this. Don't pay rent. SIOO.OO cash and SIB.OO per month will buy a 7-room house, im provements. Price, $2,100.00. H. G. Pedlow. 110 South Thirteenth street. VERY reasonable, 1911 Park St.; new 9-room brick house; all conveni ences: front and back porches; deep back yard; bright, sunny rooms; de lightful location. Party leaving city. Inquire on premises. FOR SALE Farm of 97 acres, all buildings. Dauphin county. Price, sl.- 000. Truck farm of 17 acres, all build ings. Cumberland county. Price, SBOO. H. .G. Pedlow, 110 South Thirteenth street. CONSIDER THIS Don't pay rent SIOO cash and $lB per month will buy a 7-room house, improvements. Price, $2,100. H. G. Pedlow, 110 South Thir teenth street. SIOO CASH will give you possession to a house now vacant balance can be paid as rent. This is an opportunity to own your property. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building. NEW HOPSES with steam heat gas and electric light all other mod ern improvements brick construction —location Riverside, uptown, and on Allison Hill. Prices only $3,100 to $3,300. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build ing; PENBROOIv PROPERTIES FOR SALE Prices. $1,400 51,600 sl,f>so 52,100 52,200 several new houses. If you want a suburban prop erty look at these. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building. TWO Jefferson Street properties for sale located in 2100 block brick— S rooms —• bath gas - furnace porch front corner and adjoining property. Price right. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building. WE have exceptional facilities mak ing a specialty of handling Brooklyn properties for out town owners, es pecially vacant lots. Send diagram and price. Clearfield Development Co., 371 Fulton street. Brooklyn, N. Y. FOR IMMEDIATE SAI.E A valuable North Second street resi dence. Most desirable residential lo cality in city. A bargain. Price and terms for the askinß. Address "Home," care of Harrisburg Telegraph. FOR SAI.E OR EXCHANGE— Howard St., Enola; S-room frame dwelling-; lot, 60x185; exchange for Penbrook pr6perty. Pine St, Enola; double frame dwell ing; 6 rooms each; lot, 65x150; ex change for farm. State Road. West Enola; 7-room dwelling; stable; lot, 188x140; 10-min ute walk from trolley Mne; exchange for city property. N. Bowman Ave.. Camp Hill; 7-room brick dwelling, lot, 40x140; exchange for city property. 639 Harris St.; 8-room brick dwell ing; all improvements; exchange for city property valued at approximately $4,000.00. Store and dwelling at Killlnger; will exchange for farm. 1610 Block Market St.; 9-room brick dwelling; all improvements; will ex change for general store. 228 and 230 S. 29th St., Penbrook; 214 -story frame dwellings; exchange for city property. 1955 Rudy St.; 6-room frame dwell ing; 6 rooms; will exchange for city property. 1836 Reglna St.; 10-room brick dwell ing; will exchange for 7 or 8-room property. 2005 Susquehanna St.; 3-story brick dwelling; will exchange for small farm. BRINTON-PACKER CO.. Second and Walnut Sts. FOR SALE =l6 Pine street. Lot about 24 ft. front, back to South street Room on South street for garage. Three-story brick house, two baths, city steam heat, 14 rooms. Call 559J Bell phore or at house for terms. REAL ESTATE FOR REXT FOR RENT Brick house; 8 all Improvements; good location. TS>» quire C. H. Mauk, 1745 North Sixth street. FOR RENT Three small houses near Nineteenth and IJerry, with all im provements, at sl3 and sl4 per mouth. One house on Derry street, 2300 block, steam heat, all Improvements, $25.00 per month. J. B. Mac Donald, Real Es tate and Insurance, 1319 Market. REM, ESTATE FOR RENT FOR RENT Beautiful homes on North Sixth street; 8 rooms, bath and laundry; hardwood floors; combination ranges; granolithic walk: large vard. These houses are very desirable. Mac v\ ll. lams Construction Co., 2156 North Fifth street. ,?pR RENT Eight-room house, with heat, bath and gas at 1252 State street. Bell photie 939R4. FOR RENT 1242 State street; 3- storv brick; Improvements; gas ana electric lia-ht. Rent. $20.00. Apply 12 83nV h SeVenteenth street. Bell phone fOR RENT—22O2 :v. Fifth St.. 128.50. S'M'OO Sixth St.. business property, 2210 Atlas Ave., improvements. $13.00. ,SSH??T in „ Halnlyn - lar Ke lot - $12.00. ROUGH, BRIGHTBILL & KLINE, SMALL house in Riverside for rent at ♦ J-' Per month. Apply to M. R. \letzger, 410 Bergner Building, Harrisburg. FOR RENT No. 621 Schuylkill street; 9-room brick; front and back porches; all modern improvements; first-class condition. Apply L. W. Mehr ing, 1730 Sixth Street. FOR RENT Stone bouse with six rooms, in Coxestown; large yard; prop erty In good repair; possession imme diately. Apply HOO North Front street, Harrisburg, Pa. FOR RENT —Six-room houses, with •tables, ha.i iniie north of Penbrook, at Ldgemont. Rent, $6.00. Inquire of O. Hartman. 38 North Twelfth street. City, or W llliam Brenneman. Penbrook. APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT Small, up-to-date fur nished apartment on second lloor: also handsomely furnished rooms on third floor: all improvements; steam heal. 443\\ State street. C. V. phone FOR RENT Housekeeping Apart ment, four rooms, private tiled bath. Kitchen anil locker for storage gas electric light, and city steam. Front ing on Locust street. Rent, $30.00. 132 Locust street. FOR RENT Second tloor, three or four unfurnished rooms, with bath, heat and light furnished. 1813 Green street. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with heat and use of bath at Derry Block Apartment Co., Fourteenth and Derry streets. Apply 1511 Vernon street. FOR RENT Elegant apartment, corner house, second floor; 6 rooms, in cluding bath; rooms large and well lighted; back porch; electric and gas; steam heated: window shades furnish ed. 332. Peffer street. Apply L. W. Mehring, 1730 Sixth street. FOR RENT The Sunset Apart ments, 1409 North Front street, ready for inspection; 7 rooms and bath. In quire, E. Flowers. 1822 State street. ROOMS FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT with board if desired. 721 North Sixth. FOR RENT Two rooms, furnish ed, for light housekeeping; voung married couple preferred. Call in even ings, 115 Royal Terrace. FOR RENT Desirable rooms. Ap ply 222 Pine street. FOR RE NT Rooms, furnished or unfurnished, on second and third floors, light and heat furnished, rent very reasonable, with private family. 1628 North Fifth street. FOR RENT Large. attractive rooms, second floor; private family bath and phone privileges. 121 State street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms in fine location; use cf bath and tele phone. Apply at 203 State street. UN FURNISH EI) ROOMS FOR RENT 1321-1323 WALLACE ST. Cozv apartments, newly built, suite two rooms and kitchen, running water, cabinet anil range. Very thing for winter to economize anil save work. 429-429 A Broad St.—Single, or kitchnettes. Stoves furnished free. In riuire office or janitres9 on above prem ises. HHXISHKI) ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT One large, newly-fur nished front room on second floor, for one or two gentlemen, board if desired, in private family. Address M„ 3244, care of Telegraph. ■» ROOMS WANTED WANTED Room, with private bath, in business district for gentle man. Address R., 3238, care of Tele graph. , WANTED WANTED A second-hand Ford Roadster Body; 1914 model preferred. Address, or call, B. F. Simons, 935 lioso avenue, Harrlsburg, Pa. WANTED to buy Restaurant in town of 5,000 or 10,000; must be good busi ness; must be reasonable. Address Box K. 3246. care of Telegraph. WANTED Second-hand books of fiction; must be in good condition. Mail list of titles and prices to P. O. Box WANTED Will nay cash for one or two properties in the vicinity of Green and Maclay streets. Green street preferred. Box F, 3240, care of Telegraph. WANTED To exchange, buy or sell any used Talking Machine Records that you have. Write us, or call at 315 Broad street. Harrisburg. Pa. POSITIVELY highest cash Diices paid for Ladies' and Men's cast-Off good Clothing and Shoes; also Furniture and Carpets. Send postal to 636 Hevr street. City. FOR SAUi FOR SALE Printing Plant; 10x15 press, L. A. R. cutter, Tab. press, 75 cases type, leads, rules, borders, cuts, etc. Cost over $1,500.00. Will sell for $600.00. Can be seen at 933 North Sixth street. FOR SALE One mahogany side board. one green velvet couch, one old fashioned walnut secretary, one leather office chair. Apply Mr.s. P. A. Hart man, 514 North Third street. FOR SALE Scratch Pads new supply—so for 25c while they last. Ap ply Job Printing Department. The Tele graph Printing Company. FOR SALE A first-class upright piano; very slightly used; good as new; good reasons for selling. Can be seen at 1815 North street, or call Bell phone 3217 R. GLASS window signs. Furnished Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and Board and Table Board at 25c each. One of these signs will be given with each six-time order for a classified ad. If paid in advance. Inquire at Office of Telegraph. FOR SALE A Flanders In good condition. Will sell cheap. Apply Ford Garage, Middletown, Pa. FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the Telegraph Business Offic*. ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be ■•cured at the Telegraph Business Office FOR SALE One set of oases, con sisting of two five-foot floor and one twelve-foot wall case. In best of con dition. Must go to make room for new ones. No reasonable offer refused. Can be seen at Casino Bowling Alley, Court and Strawberry. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH Shepards Will Not Adopt Another Child Now Special to The Telegraph New York, Nov. 11. From several sources reportH came that Finley J. Shepard and Mrs. Helen Gould Shepard, who recently adopted little "John Doe. No. 101," a waif picked up on the steps of St. Patrick's Cathedral here, con templated adopting another youngster. Mr. Shepard was told of It at his home in Tarrytown. "Not a word of truth in it." said he. "I ran say outright on that point. Looks to me as if some one were try ing to manufacture a little news. I suppose if we adopted a girl now you would call 'em Adam and Eve. What?" "Then you have no Intention of adopting another child?" "Oh, 1 didn't say that. 1 can't tell what may be in my mind. Sometimes I don't know what's there myself. We're not planning to adopt any children now. That's flat." 15 BOYS BEFOKK MAYOR ON ASSAULT CHARGE Fiften boys, many of whom were from well-known West End families, were arraigned before Mayor John K. Royal this afternoon to answer charges of brutal and indecent as sault upon Mrs. C. E. Moul, of 1227 West Market street, York, at Green and Harris streetß, this city, the even ing of October 28. The case was hold under advisement. FOR SALE FOR SALE Folding gocart and liigh chair. Both articles in excellent condition. Will sell cheap. A., 3247, care or Telegraph. FOR SAI>E 1 rubber-tire surry, with pole and shafts; 1 new trimmer machine, 1 set blacksmith tools, com plete, as goo,i as new. Call, or write, Charles Shepler, Hummelstown, Pa. TOR SAI.E Some very fine cock erels. White Wyandottes and S. C. White Leghorns. Eyler's Poultry Farm, Jonesto%vn Road beyond Colonial Club, Penbrook, P. O. FOR SALE One Harley-Davidson motorcycle, fully equipped. Bargain to quick buyer. Apply 1317 Derry street. FOR SALE! One large heater, in excellent condition; only used one year; will sell to private family only. Call 1911 North street, Harrlsburg, Pa. FOR SALE National limousine; tine shape; an elegant winter car; cheap. Bell phone 100. BARGAINS IN TYPEWRITERS—S. C. Smiths, Underwoods, Densmore. etc.. SIO.OO up. Typewriter Office, 211 Lo cust street. Opposite Orpheum Thea ter FOR RENT FOR RENT Grocery stand at Pyne's Corner, West Fairview, store room and dwelling combined. This is an exceptionally good opportunity to step into an established stand with an Investment for stock and rent only. Special inducement to a reliable, hust ling man. Apply to owner, A. C. Young. 26 North Third street. Harrls burg, Pa. FOR RENT Two single fireproof garaeres, situated in rear of 1435 and 1437 Shoop street. Rent, $5.00 each. Im mediate possession. J. E. Gipple, 1251 Market street. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OLD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOB SALE THE Ice Business, including 76-acre farm, ice dam and ice houses, belonging to John S. Engle at Hummelstown. in cluding ire equipments and wagons for salt' owing to the death of the owner. The Ice dams are built in Kellig Run, which Is pure spring water and ice houses sufficient tc store at least 1,000 tons of ice. Mr. Engle has conducted this business in Hummelstown for at least twenty years, and owing to his death it is offered for sale. For further information call on CLINTON M. HERSHEY, 14 South Second St.. Harrisburg, Pa. LOOK! Would you like S6O week ly? Having inherited a fortune, my valuable business, clearing S6O weekly, Is for sale; $350 cash, balance monthly; suit anyone; experience unnecessary. M.. 7425, 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 five years in the mail order business, began with $5. Send for tree booklet. Tells how. Hea cock. 355 Lockport. N. Y. BUSINESS PERSONALS FOR falling hair try Gross Quinlna Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the Druggist and Apothecary. 119 Market ■treot. Harrisburg. Pa. Telephone orders given prompt attention. Ball 1960. HAULING It. A. HABTMAX, Boarding Stable and N'ntlonal Transfer Co. Movers of pianos, safes, boilers and general haul ing. H. W. Lathe, Manager, Fifth and Woodbine streets. Bell phone No 2503 R. TO HIRE TO HlßE—Masquerade costumes and full dress suits; also full lot of hair goods, including wigs, beards, etc. Ap ply Brenner's. 424-426 Walnut, or Bell phone 1251 J. STORAGE "FIREPROOF iTORAGB. Private rooms for household goods, $2 per month and up. We Invite Inspection. Low Insurance. 437-445 South Second itreet. Harrisburg Storage Company. STORAGE 419 Broad street, for household goods and merchandise. Pri vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons, 75 cents per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co., 411 Broad street Both phones. —————————————» LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE Letters of Administra tion on the Estate of Henrietta L Seltz, late of City of Harrißburg, Dau phin county. Pa., deceased, having been granted to the undersigned residing In said city, all persons Indebted to said Estate are requested to make immedi ate payment, and those having claims will present them for settlement COMMONWEALTH TRUST COMPANY (222 Market Street), Administrator. DAN'L S. SEITZ. Attorney. NOTICE LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on the Estate of Lucy E. Jackson, late of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsyl vania, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, residing in the City of Detroit, Michigan, all persons In debted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment, and these having any bills to present them for collection. LAURA E. GASKILL 829 Cadillac Avenue, Or to Detroit, Michigan. J. CLARENCE FUNK, ESQ.. 600 Telegraph Building. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In the Estate of Sarah E. McCauley, late of Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., Pa., deceased. NOTICE Letters Testamentary in the above Estate having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebt ed to said Estate are requested to make Immediate payment, and those having claims will present them without delay HARRISBURG TRUST CO. or ED WARD Executors. Harrisburg, Pa. SPECIALTIES ARE SCORING GAINS Bethlehem Makes Initial Rise of Five; Hails Were Inactive I By Associated Press New York. Nov. 11. Specialties re gained much of their recent prominence at the opening of to-dav's market, some of yesterday's weakest issues scoring substantial gains. Chief among these were General Motors, Baldwin Locomo | tive and New York Airbrake, in which i advances ranged from two to five points. Other strong features of this group included American Can. Cru cible Steel, Steel, General Electric, Westlnghouse, Studebaker and American Locomotive. Bethlehem Steel made an initial rlso of five at 435. but United States Steel receded a fraction to 86»i, later rising to 87%. Except for Reading and Canadian Pacific, rails were inactive. NEW YORK STOCKS Chandler Bros. & Co., members New York and Philadelphia Stock Ex changes, 3 North Market Square, Har risburg; 1338 Chestnut street, Phila delphia; 34 Pine street. New York, furnish the following quotations: New York, Nov. 11. open. High. Low. Clos. Am Bt Sug 68 68 66% 67% Am Can .. 69% 61% 59% 60% Am C & F. 81% 82% 80% 82% xAm Cot Oil 59 59 57% 57% Am Ice Sec 26 26% 26 26% Am Loco . 63% 64% 62% 62% Am Smelt. 93% 99% 93% 98% Am Sugar . 116% 117 116 116% Am T & T. 128% 128% 128 128 Anaconda . 85% 87% 85% S7 Atchison .. 108% 108% 108% 108% Baldwin ... 113 118 11% 115% B<S O ... . 94% 95% 94% 94% Beth St .. 435 435 412% 422 B R T ... 90 90V. 90 90 Cal Petro. . 19% 19% 19% 19% Can Pac .. 186% 187 185% 185% Cent Leath 57% 59% 57% 57% Ches & 0.. 63 63% 62 62 C. M&St'P 95% 95% 95 95 C, RI & P 21% 21% 20% 21 C Con Cop. 54% 54 % 54 54 % Col F& I. . 51% 52% 50% 52 Con Gas .. 143% 144% 142% 142% Cruc St .. 74 75'/* 72% 73% Dist Sec .. 43% 45 43% 45 Erie 43 43 42% 42% Erie Ist pfd 58 58% 57% 57% Gen E Co. . 177% 177% 174 177 GB F 71 % 72 70% 71 % Gt N pd .. 126% 126% 125% 125% Kt N Ore s 49% 49% 48% 48% Ins Cop .. 43 48% 42% 43% Int-Met ... 23 23% 22% 22% Int-Metpd. 79% 79% 79% 79% Kas C S .. 33% 33% 32% 32% Leh Val .. 80% 81 80% 80% Max Mot . 69 % 73% 67 V, 70 % Mex Pet .. 86% 89% 86% 89% Mi Cop ... 33% 34% 33% 34% Mo Pac .. 7% 8% 7% 7% Natl Lead . 64% 66 64% 66 NYC 102% 103% 102% 102% N7NHK 80% 81 80% 80% NYQ&W 31% 3 J.% 31 31% North Pac. 116 116 115 115% Penn R..., 60% 60% 59% 59% Pitts Coal. 32% 35% 32% 35 Press SC.. 64%. 64% 63% 63% RallS 5... 44% 45% 44% 45% Ray C C.. 25% 26% 25% 26% Reading .. 83% 83 % 82 82 Rep 15... 51 51 50% 50% So Pacific. 103% 103%<102% 102% So Railway 24% 24% 24 24 % Studebaker. 152 157% 148 148 " |Tenn Cop.. 55% 56 54% 56 Third Ave. 61% 62% 61% 62% Union Pac. 137% 138% 137 1 37% U S Rub. . 55% 55% 54 54% U S Steel. 86% 87% 86% 87% U S S pfd. 116 116% 116 116% Utah Cop. 74% 74% 73 % 74% IVa C C ... 46% 48 % 46% 48% West Mtl.. 33% 33% West U Tel 87% 87% 87% 87% West Mfg. 67% 68% 67% 68% xEx dlv 1 per cent. PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE By Associated Press Philadelphia, Nov. 11. Wheat Higher; No. 2. red. spot and November, $1,1201.14; No. 2, Southern, red, sl.lo(fi 1.12. Corn Firm; No. 2, yellow, local, 75@76c; steamer. No. 2, yellow. 74® 75c. Oats Steady; No. 2. white. 45® 46c; No. 3. white, 41®42c. Bran The market Is steady, city mills, •winter, per ton, $23.50®24.00; western, winter, per ton, none here; Spring, per ton, $22.00022.50. Refined Sugars Market higher; powdered, 5.90®6.00c: fine granulated, 5.85®90c; confectioners' A, 5.75®5.80c. Butter Market firm; western, creamery, extras, 30% c; nearby prints, fancy, 34c. Egs The market Is higher; Pennsylvania and other nearby urni* free cases, $11.70 per case; do., current receipts, free cases. sll.lO per case; western, extras, firsts, free cases, $11.70 per case: do., firsts, free cases, sll.lO per case. Live Poultry Market steady; fowls, 14@16c; old roosters, ll@12c; broil ing chickens. 16® 17c: Spring chickens, 14®16c; ducks. 13@16c. Dressed Poultry Market firm; fresh killed fowls, fancy, 18%® 19c; do., average, 17® 18c; do., unattractive, 15®16c; ice packed fowls, 13@17%c; old roosters, 13c; broiling chickens, nearby, 22<ftt26c; do., western, 14@18c; Spring ducks, nearby, 16®17c! do., western. 10®12c; turkeys, choice. 25c; do., fair to good. 20@23c. Potatoes Market steady; Penn sylvania, fancy, per bQshel, 75@7Sc; Pennsylvania, fair to good, per bushel. 65@70c; Jersey, No. 1. per bushel, 40® 55c; Jersey, No. 2, per basket 20®20c. Flour The market is dull; winter, straights, $5.2005.35; do., patent, $5.50 ®55.75; Spring straight, $6.10®5.35; do., patent, $email@example.com; do., favorite brands, $5.85®6.10. Hav Market steady; No. 1, large bales. $21.00® 21.50; medium bales. $20.50®21.00; No. 2. do.. $19.50®20.00; No. 3. do.. $16.00017.00. Light mixed. $19.00® 19.50: No. t, do.. slß.oo® 18.50; No. 2. do.. $15.00®1«.00. PHILADELPHIA STOCKS By Associated Press Philadelphia. Nov 11.—Stocks closed Irregular. American Railways 31% Cambria Steel 68% General Asphalt 36 General Asphalt. Pfd 73 % Lake Superior Corporation 9% Lehigh Navigation 77 Lehigh Valley 80 V 6 Pennsylvania Railroad 59 % Pennsylvania Steel, Pfd 79 Philadelphia Electric 27',a Philadelphia Company 43 Philadelphia Company, Pfd 36 Philadelphia Rapid Transit 16Va Philadelphia Traction 77 Reading 82% Storage Battery 65 Union Traction 13 % United Gas Improvement 86 H United States Sveel 8714 CHICAGO CATTLE By Associated Press Chicago, 111., Nov. 11. Hogs Re ceipts. 26.000; slow. Bulk of sales, $6.35 111 6.85: light, $5.9506.95; mixed, $6,10® 7.20; heavy. $(.0507.20; rough, $6.05® 6.25: pigs. $3.75®6.00. Cattle Receipts, 6,000; steady. Na tive beef steers, $5.90®10.40; western steers, $6.35®8.50; cows and heifers, $2.70®8.10; calv-s, $6.50® 10.50. Sheep Receipts, 12,000; weak. Wethers, $5.85®6.40; lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. NOVEMBER 11, 1915. Acquire Good Manners by Studying Others Ry Ella Wlieoler Wilcox A high school boy has made a re quest for a series of articles on good manners. The boy may acquire good manners if he will indulge every day in a little self analysis and tind that the fundamental principle of good manners is kindness of heart. Next comes consideration or others. Never to Indulge In any habit or conduct or speech which can annoy, wound or displease without good cause those with Whom we associate—that Is the platform on which we can easily build a structure of good manners. While It Is an excellent rule to qualities and virtues, it serves a good pass lightly over the faults of others and to dwell upon their worthy purpose to keep a little mental note book of the things which annoy us in others, but to keep these notes only as reminders of the things we do not wish ourselves to do or say. A man who was eager for an edu cation and who had acquired the principles of correct grammatical ex pression was thrown much with Illi terate people in his daily associations. After some years he became notable for his elegance of language, and his tine powers of conversation. He was asked how he managed to avoid ac quiring the slipshod expressions and grammatical mistakes of his com panions. Tills Man I .earns on the Mistakes of an expression which I know to be incorrect I mentally say the phrase as it should be said. For instance, when I hear a man say, "I done it," or "1 seen a feller do that." "I hain't got it," or similar phrases, I repeat mentally. "I did it," "I saw a man do that," "I haven't 11," etc. 1 never Others permit one of those expressions to The man answered, "Whenever one of my comrades or acquaintances uses pass by without my mental correc tion. In that way my mental note book is tilled with the right expres sions and the wrong ones do not come to me when I wish to speak." This is an excellent rule for the acquiring of good language. The (tame rule can be applied to man ners. Whoever wounds us by rude ness, vulgarity, loud talking in pub lic places or other disagreeable hab its, should be observed and remem bered only as a guard to better man ners for ourselves in these matters. Any bright, intelligent youth, ambi tious to acquire a pleasing deport ment, needs only to watch and listen to the well-bred people of his acquaintance to obtain a foundation FIREMAN REPLIES TO UNDERWRITER Says Hope and Friendship Companies Do Not Have Short Runs A well-known member of the Har risburg tire department has sent the following communication to the Tele graph, asking that his name be with held: •T read the reply of George W. Booth, chief engineer of the National Board of Fire Underwriters, printed in the Telegraph and was very much impressed with what Mr. Booth does not know about our fire department. "Take this statement from Mr. Booth: 'That it would have been bet ter to purchase new pumping engines for hose companies Nos. 10 and 14, instead of tractors for apparatus, sta tioned in downtown houses, (Friend ship and Hope), where most of the runs are short and automobile appa ratus has not much advantage In speed of response over horse-drawn.' "The above statement shows how little Mr. Booth knows about :the 'short' runs the Friendship and Hope make. "The territory covered by the Friendship apparatus is the largest in the city with long and hard pulls. They cover as far south as liOChiel, a distance of one and three-quarter miles. Then they have the hill dis trict which extends to Melrose street, a distance of two miles, mostly hills, and every other point in East Harris burg. They also cover the business district and as far uptown as Boas street, all on the first alarm, and Mr. Booth has the temerity to say this company's runs are 'short.' Forsooth! "And this same Mr. Booth assumes to tell us all about the 'short' runs made by the Hope apparatus. 1 doubt very much If he knows v>hat he is talking about. Did he consider for a moment the territory covered by the Hope apparatus? I think not. I will call to the gentleman's attention the fact that the Hope engine covers all the territory as far west as Divi sion street, a distance of two and one half miles, via Second street, a straight run from its fire house, and if they have to make the run via Sixth street another quarter mile Is added. A nice distance for two horses to drag a 10,000-pound machine. "The best thing our city fathers did was the placing of front drivers on the Friendship and Hope engines, notwithstanding the fact that Mr. Booth did not recommend it." CHICAGO HOAHO OF TKADB Chicago, 111.. Nov. 11.—Board of Trade closing: Wheat December, 1.03%; May, 1.04%. Corn —December, 59%; May, 6. Oats—December. .'iS'i; May, 39%. Pork —December, 14.07: January, 16.30. Lard—Januuary. 8.92; May. 9.00. Ribs—January, 8.90; May. 9.05. - : - —— , The New Labor Law The new Workmen's Compensation Act goes into effect January Ist, next. If you are an employer of labor you should be fcmiliar with every phase of this most im portant piece of legislation. We are prepared to supply this act in pamphlet form with side headings for easy reference. Single copies 25c with very special prices on larger quantities. The Telegraph Printing Co. PRINTING—BINDING—DESIGNING PHOTO-ENGRAVING HARRISBURG, PENNA. 17 for good manners, and a knowledge of the right things to do. Then by reading out of his mental notebook the things which he has found dis pleasing to himself in others, he can soon acquire a long list of the things not to do. Well-Modulated Vole© Invaluable to a .Man A well-modulated voice in men or women and a clear-cut, distinct enunciation in speech are important These can be acquired by a Uttlu practice. Courtesy to older people and to women is of great importance. The absence of haste or noise in the partaking of food and the avoidance of lounging attitudes at the table ar« also important. In conversation with our fellow beings there are two well known quotations which may be ser viceable One is, "Three things observe with cure; Of whom you speak, to whom you speak, And how and when and where." The other is—before repeating any unpleasant news or disagreeable gos sip about any one, to ask one's self: "Is It true, is It kind, is it neces sary ?" Sometimes an important statement may be true, but It is neither kind nor necessary to repeat. Sometimes it is true and not kind, and yet. nec essary to repeat. It is necessary to tell a woman with a baby in her arms if she is about to call at a house where there is an infectious disease, that such a condition exists <vithin. But it is only where there is necessity to warn or where there is a possi bility of helping and changing the existing conditions that one is really justified in repeating and comment ing upon the disagreeable and painful things of ilfe. <>«MHI Manners Leave an Impression Upon Observers People who possess the refinement of good manners always leave a pleas ant and stimulating impression upon those with whom they converse. Even in a brief interview in which only the ordinary events or happenings of health and weather are touched upon, the really good-mannered Individual whose manners spring from a good heart will find an opportunity to leave an agreeable and brightening effect. Dig deep in your heart first, young man, then call your brain, your mem ory, your powers of observation to bear upon life, and you will need no book of etiquette to direct you, al though it may not harm you to read one. I SERVICE METERS ARK READ WITH SPECIAL CAMERA Photographic reading of electric, K'is and water meters lias been made possible through the development of a special camera recently introduced for the use of public utility com panies. The reason for making meter readings in this manner is lo obviate errors and disputes as well as to save time and labor. The apparatus is made in the form of an oblong box. provided with a high-grade lens and a simple automatic shutter which per mits the time ot' exposure to be varied from one-fifth to one-half second, ac cording fo working conditions. Four miniature tungsten lamps provide suf ficient light for photographing meter dials. Roll films permitting seventy five exposures are used In the device, while a chamber for carrying two ad ditional spools is provided. In making readings with the instrument the front opening of the camera is pressed against a meter dial and a small lever moved. This action automatically turns on the light, opens and closes the shutter and finally extinguishes the lamps. After each exposure the operating lever locks automatically against movement until the film has been wound preparatory for another photograph. The camera is shown in the November Popular Mechanics Magazine. HOLD MURDER SUSPECT No further developments were re ported by the police to-day in the case of Thomas P. Smith, colored, believed to know something about the Albright murder which occurred on June 30. Smith yesterday was sent to jail to an swer a charge of larceny. His where abouts from that time up to Tuesday night when he was arrested in Tlarris burg are being traced. THE Harrisburg PoYyelinlc Dispen sary will be open daily, except Sunday, at S P. M., at its new location. Front and Harris streets, for the free treat ment of the worthy poor. niIBBER Si AM no .Mil SEALS & STENCILS |fV *i'l M MFG.BYHB6.STENCH. WORKS ■ | V II 130 LOCUSTST. HBG,PA, II READY MONEY tor individuals pressed by lack of funds to meet Immediate necessities, at legal rates, pay able in weekly or monthly In stalments. No publicity. CO-OPERATIVE Loan & Investment Co. 204 CHESTNUT ST. Under supervision State Banking Department.