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Deaths
w l,l tin un February 1. 1916, Slranda (
K. Klugli, aged 79 years. „
Funeral on Thursday aft ® r "°°F'rs of !
.. clock, from the funeral pa' loi s of
Hoover ami Son, 1413 „ re
street. The relatives and friends are
invited to attend without further no
tice. Burial East Harrisburg tune
tery. __
IlitvHW James M. Bowman, on
February 1. 1916, aged 62 yeais. o
Funeral on Thursday. FebruaO
2P. M.. from 1541 State street. rne
relatives and friends are
attend without further notice. Burial
private. __
street, daughter of the late John .
Weir, In her 77th year. . „n
Funeral services l> rAj ,hvterian
from the Market Square Presb>teuan
LOST
~IX)ST The party Js known who
ook large Maltese cat from yHJ"' • i
apltal and Forster streeta. and thei }
-ill avoid trouble If the> letuin it. I
LOST P. & R. mileage uooK, n e *'-
K.st between P. & R. Station and . ,
apitol. Reward if returned to ele
raph Office.
LOST Monday night. 31st, thin
lodel Elgin watch, gold ease—G. B. U
ngraved on back. Marrisliuig Oram
lar School Bronze -Medal dated IJI-J
ttached Liberal reward " returned
J George B. Leeds, 207 North Fifteenth
treet.
IX>ST Gold-handieu silk umbrella,
ift on Mechanlcsburg car leaving Hai-
Isburg 3:30 Saturday afternoon. I m
rella valued as Ift. Finder I}*®"?®
Bturn to Mrs. Hattle Baughman, C amp
[lll, Pa.
LOST—SIOO.OO reward and no
uestions asked for return to 307
,'orth Front street, of gold plated
liain purse containing about
7.00, a broken string of beads,
nail gold watch and chain, and
irds of Mrs, Elisha Ely Garii-,
MI.
LOST A small, black, covered ac
iiint book on the curb at 1915 Derry
treet. Reward If returned to 1910
erry street,
IULXI)
FOUND A way to end your clean
ig and dyeing worries by calling
ther phone lor Eggerts Steam Dyeing
rid Flench Cleaning Works, 124 a Mar
et street. We cail and deliver.
UEhl' W.lM'liD —Male
WANTED Boys over 16 years of
re to learn shoe-cutting. Apply Har
sburg Leather Products Co., 14.0
'yeth avenue.
SHOE TRIMMING CUTTERS WANT- I
D —Apply to the Lindner Shoe Co..
arlisle, Pa.
WANTED Several lea and coffee 1
illcltors. Advance premium plan. Ex
dlent proposition for live men. Ad
•esa The Great Atlantic and Paclnc
ea C".. 13US North Third.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
pen the way to good Government P°si
ons. 1 can coacn you by mail at small
>st Full particulars free to any
merican Citizen or eighteen or over,
"rite to-dav for Booklet tl',-3iJ, Eail
opkins. Washington, D. C. i
SALESMAN WANTED To carry a
lie of gloves on commission. Onlj ex
srienced salesmen answer. Nevln Glove ,
0., Buffalo. N. Y.
ARMV OF THE UNITED STATES
EN WANTED - Abjebodled, unmar- :
ed men between ages of 18 and 35, .
tUens of United States, of good char- |
*ter and temperate habits, who can
>eak, read and write the English
nKuagß. For information apply to
ecruiting Officer. Bergner Building,
1 & Market Sts„ Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED One first-class plumber,
erre Bros., 3235 North Fourth street.
WANTED Working printer as
irtner to manage old established job,
>ok and catalog printing plant in New j
ork State; must be sober and reliable |
id have SI,OOO cash to invest; salary
id half of large profits. Address G.,
,53, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Man for the tea and j
iffee busines; one who can furnish a
ind and good reference. Apply Grand
nion Tea Co., 208 North Second street.
WANTED Experienced draughts
en and molder wanted, at once. Ap
v Morton Truck and Tractor Com
iny. Nineteenth and Derry streets.
AGENT For exclusive territory.
o*weekly and expenses can be made
r man willing to work. Must furnish
ference and security. Lifetime job j
r good man. No trlflers need apply,
idress Box W. 2698. care of Tele- i
•aph. !
WANTED Men 20 to 40 years old,
Iremen, Brakemen, Motormen, Con
ictors. Experience unnecessary. Send
amp. Inter Railway, care of Tele
aph. >
MACHINISTS WANTED Boring
111 or lathe hands, who can work
om blue prints; also tool makers. Ad
■ess. or apply. Employment Depart
ent, Wcslingliouse Electric & Mfg.
East Pittsburgh, Pa.
ARCADE BARBER SHOP. 36 N. Court j
rcet. Newly remodeled and refitted,
can and sanitary. Complete system j
»d Cross Sterilizers used. Massage, j
r. Shave. 10c. P. D. Richwine, Pro
letor.
Houses For Rent
1007 N. 19th St.. 3 s. f.. S r *lO
523 Myrtle St., 2% s. f *1(1
535 Brlggs St.. 2% s. f„ 6 r sl2
i 122 N. 7th St., 3 s. I>., 8 r sl3
1516 Allison St., 2% s. b., sl4
I 508 Allison St., 2% s. b sl4
1316 N. Front St., 3 8. f., 7 r., .. *ls
130 Boyd Ave., 2 s. f., S r sls
1537 S. 13th St., 3 s. b„ 8 r. b., *Ht
J-story 7 & 8 r. li., sl4, sls and *1(1
1101 8. Cameron St.. 2% s. b., *l7
U". N. Tenth St., 2>,i s. b SIK..V>
l?,s Kinerald St., <S H. b., 9 r *l7
:o N. Cameron St., 3 s. b *is
133 N. 13th St., 3 s. b., 8 r $25
1207 N. 14th St., 2H «*• b., 1 r, .. *25
!327 N. 3d St., 8 s. b„ 8 r. b *.lO
!226 N. 2d St.. 3 s. b„ 8 r. b *SO
i 220 N. 2d St.. 3 s. b., 9 r., b *SO
; o'.t S. Front St., 3 s. b.. 10 r *75
'.12 Chestnut St., (furnished) .. *125
1205 and 1207 Capital St., 3-story
brick carriage works (36x80), SSO
jU'BUHBAN
3ella Visla, RoA Ave $14.50
Odgemont. Washington Ave $0
-Inula, Adams St.. 2 s. f., Sr.. .. sl2
•Inola, Howard St., s. f., .. *13.50
lainlyn (Aldinger Cottage) ... *OO
FROM APRIL FIRST
1052 Swatara St.. 3 s. b., *l4
Otli and State Sts., (Storage Bldg. >
08 Briggs St., 3 s. b„ 9 r *35
I2IS N. 2d St.. 2<A s„ 9 r, b S4B
,'acant ground, Susquehanna twp.
MILLER BROTHERS & CO.
RE AI. ESTATE
naurnnrr Surety ROUIIM
l.neuat and Court Street*
J
WEDNESDAY EVENING,
HELP WANTED —MuIe
WANTED Experienced liouse-to
house solicitors and collectors to locate
j In Altoona by firm established 40 years. \
Permanent work for men who can |
i qualify for bond. $12.00 weekly salary
and commissions to start. Advance- I
i ment. Address C„ 3549, care of Tele
graph.
HELP VVANTEiJ—FemaIe
WANVED—We have openings
for 12 more bright girls. Apply,
Silk Mill, Cor. North and Second
j streets.
| 1
Loopers, experienced, wanted, !
good wages and steady employ- j
ment. Apply New Idea Hosiery
Co., South Fourteenth street.
WANTED Shoe Vampers at the W.
L. Pike Shoe Company, Hummelstown, |
Pa. Apply at once.
WANTED White girl for house- j
work in family of four adults living In
. enter of city; no washing or sweeping; 1
good wages. Address v ;., 3550, care of
Telegraph.
WANTED Two lady canvassers
' wanted for Harrisburg and vicinity. ;
1 with experience preferred; salary and
commission; must b« able to give good
reference. Answer E. R., care of Tele
graph.
WANTED White glr'» for general
housework; good wages and place to
right party. Inquire Office or Room
No. 6 at 429 Broad street.
; WANTED. AT ONCE Pressors. In
quire Blough Mfg. Co.. Reily and -Ful
ton streets.
WANTED Girls over 16 to
strip tobacco. Also experienced j
Rollers, Bunchmakers, Packers,;
Filler and Binder Strippers. Wei-1
fare looked after by trained nurse.
Apply Harrisburg Cigar Com
pany. 500 Race street.
HELP WANTED—MaIe and Female
WANTED Bookkeeper. Apply ;
Michaels & Co., Paxton street and Race
street at railroad. j
AGENTS WANTED
I INVESTMENT In our Electricity Vend- j
| ing- Novelty pays from one to three
i hundred per cent., assuring incorqe for ,
! years. Dealers and agents investigate. !
Full Information, apply Vitnlex Depart
-1 ment. P. O. Box 215, Buffalo, N. Y.
CASH PRICES paid for Ladles' and |
Men's cast-off Clothing and Shoes; also 1
Furniture and Carpets. Glvfe descrip-!
lion of goods you want to sell. Send
postal to C 36 Herr street.
SITUATIONS WANTED —Male
WANTED Position as chauffeur. |
commercial or private driver; can do ;
own repairing. Address S. G. E.. 1832
j Hunter street.
: 4-
t WANTED Position as sawyer, clr
, cular sajw preferred. F. P. Henricks, I
116 North Harrison street, Palmyra,, Pa.
WANTED Position as local sales
-1 man or/ shipping clerk by young man,
] 25; experienced; can furnish reference,
j AddreabSj^S^^ar^o^Telegraph^^
SITUATIONS, WANTED—FemaIe
WANTED Virginia girl desires po- j
sition of general housework or chain- 1
bermaid. Apply 318 Mulberry street.
WANTED Child's nurse wants po
sition. Apply 4 North Ninth street.
WANTED Day's work of any kind.
Call, or address, 124 Liberty street.
WANTED Work of any kind for
I Thursday and Fridays by colored wo-
I man. Call phone 666 R.
WANTED White woman wants
three or four days' work of any kind
each week; can give references. Ad
; dress Z., 3547, care of Telegraph.
HEAL ESTATE FOK SALE
SMALL FRUIT FARM, consisting of
about 1,000 bearing fruit trees, good
buildings, 11-room house. Bargain if
sold at once. Call A. B. Davis, Pen- 1
brook, Pa.
i MY PROPERTY, No. 153 North Cath- j
erine street, Mlddletown, Pa. Harris- I
burg electric cars pass every twentv
1 minutes. Apply J. W. Fortney, 171
; South Front street, Steeiton, Pa.
| FOR SALE l9ll Park street. Real
1 Bargain. New. nine-room br!ck house;
all conveniences; every room cheerful;
: chestnut fi.nlsli first floor; deep lot; rear
drive alley; excellent neighborhood.
FOR SALE 314 South Fourteenth!
I street: three-story brick; 9 rooms; bath 1
! pantry; gas; electric lights; hot water 1
I heat; front porch and balcony; chest
nut finish ; must be seen to be appreci- i
; ated; reasonable price. Apply 314 A
j South Fourteenth street,, W. W. Ney.
FOR SALE Desirable building lot
j 4i>xloo ft.. 011 south side Market street
lln 1900 block. Call Bell phone 3666W^
I . "PI IEPAKKi)NIOSS" being our slogan,
J we have SIOO,OOO worth of properties
j listed for sale on our first .lav in busi- I
ness. Backenstoss Bros., lluss Build- i
| ing. Bell 3533 J. !
FOR SALE Corner plot of'ground
I on' Allison Hill, suitable for building
dwellings, club house, garages* size
,100x100. Price. JI.GOO. Easy teams' !
Backenstoss Bros., Russ Building. Be'li I
! 353 J.
(30) ACRES < *I,OOO
Information—Main offices (at) Dan
, vllle. (Bell 200) United Telephone (200) i
special hour (7 to 8) morning and even
ing. Advertise (80) newspapers. Make
(6 to 8) trips daily. Use (3) automo
biles. (420) farms For Sale Reason
• for bargains forfeit ($200) to owner if
I not sold from (30) to (100) days (Small
Farm) of «0) acres ($1,000) 'with fine;
horse (cow) hogs (chickens). Take I
I everything for quick sale replies !
(Widower) and close the sale at onlv 1
($1,200) Near Market
(104) ACRES (*2.1100)
(Buildings) valued (Home $3 000)!
Bank Barn ($1,600) second floor new-
Wagon house ($800) new Locust Grove !
and (30) acres woodland extra joinlnir i
valued ($1,800) with above farm ($3 -
800). Match team Horses (age 6) weigh
(2,400) six (cows) eight (hogs) seventy!
(chickens) two hundred bushel (oats) i
three hundred (corn) twenty ton (Hav !
and Straw) with everything mentioned !
above (sl,r.(iii) wagon and mounted har
ness Included.
(MS) ACRES (HUMOI
Remodeled (and) Painted—-buildings
:on Main Road Joining school and
church valued ($4,000). Team Horses
(3) cows (6) hogs (f.O) poultry (201 ton
Hay and Straw ($4,000) for everything
Ueason for Great Bargain—Death —un-
less in position to do business and take
possession at once please do not con
sider proposition. Telephone our ex
pense to Danville (7 to 8). will (pay)
Buyers car fare Husband and Wife. Al- |
ways busy. For (Inspection) make en-!
gagements in advance.
GBORGB B. OSTRANDBR,
Danville Phonehours Sunbury 1
Morning (7 to 8) Evenings.
REAL ESTATE EOK SALE
FOR SALE Would a dwelling ii*-
vestment, paying 9 per cent. net. inter
est you. If so, write "OWNER." .-are
iof Telegraph. If you don't have
at least SI,OOO, don't answer. Balance
mortgage.
. — Levi Brandt Est.. Elk wood,
.'ew Cumberland 6O ft. front up -to
one-half acre plots sewer gas
electricity. S2OO up. Easy payments.
6c trolley. Keeney &' Simmons. Agents
FOR SALE lnvestment properties;
6IK Boyd St., at a bargain; 1229 Bailey
St.; rental income, $18.00; price;sl.7so.oo;
; 355 S. Thirteenth St.. l.rlck dwelling
with two store rooms; rental income,
i $70.00; price. $6,800.00. Brinton-Packer
Co., Second ami Walnut Sts.
SIXTH ST.—Dwelling for sale at
$3,300; all improvements; four rooms
011 first floor suitable business loca
tion, easily altered buy it while the
price Is right. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
Building.
NEW HOUSES, with steam heat
gas and electric light all other mod
ern Improvements brick construction
—location. Riverside, uptown, and on
i Allison HHI. Price only $3,100 to $3>300.
Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN 143
acres, three miles west of Marysvllle,
! with modern eight-room house, large
; bank barn. 72 acres good farm land,
i Poultry plant for 800 layers. Water
In all buildings; also pond and icehouse.
No better land or location in the
] county for poultry and fruit. Terms or
I cash. Address, or phone, C. R. Miller,
Marysvllle. Pa.
FOR SALE 231 Kelker St.; 3-story
brick dwelling; 9 rooms and bath; fur
nace; cemented cellar. Price right for
this desirable location. Brinton-Packer
j Co., Second and Walnut streets.
PEFFER ST., 630-632 Any reason
able Offer will be carefully considered—-
corner plot 36.3x125 paved street on
three sides. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
Building.
GROUND Good location for homes
or building operation. J. B. Mac Donald,
1319 Market street.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT lBl7 Susqunehanna
FOR RENT lBl7 Susquehanna
Key next door. 1819. W. E. Orr, 101
South Summit street. Bell phone 445 M.
l FOR RENT New house at Hainlyn,
I rear of Colonial Club; 7 rooms; all con
veniences; 1 acre; garage; chicken
house; $16.00 month. Call 1918 Green
street.
FOR RENT Three small houses.
I all improvements, near Nineteenth and
I Derry streets, $13.00 and $14.00 month.
| ,T. B. Mac Donald, 1319 Market street.
j FOR RENT Storeroom, good loca
tion, 1208Vs North Third street. Apply
| to H. B. Mitchell, 600 North Third street,
! or 5 North Second street.
FOR RENT Storeroom 5 North
Fifth street, near Market street. Rent,
$"0, Including steam heat. Charles A.l-
I ler. Real Estate and Insurance, 1002
North Third street.
* FOU RENT
: _ TRUCKERS. TAKE NOTICE Mish
Farm, corner Paxton and Cameron
streets, Harrisburg; about 20 acres. Ap
-1 ply to Dr. C. H. Saul, corner Second and
Locust streets. Steelton, Pa.
FOK RENT Three-story house, 132
Linden street; 8 rooms, water and gas.
1 Possession at once. Apply C. F. Gohl,
; 1305 Nortb Second street. Bell phone
I SD9M.
I
FOR RENT
No. 1802 State St .$55.00
| 1847 State St 20.00
| 2101 Greenwood St 9.00
• 2120 Boos St. 15.00
3. E. GIPPLE,
1251 Market St.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED TO RENT Small bunga
low, or house, for the summer in the
vicinity of Paxtonia. Rent must be
cheap. Must have space for garden.
Address B. E. H„ care of Telegraph.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Furnished and unfur
nished, four rooms and bath, pantries
and balconies; all latest conveniences.
Apply L'ouis Apartments, Sixth and Herr
streets. Bell phone 3677 M.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Large front room, sec
ond floor, bay window, partly furnished,
i suitable for office or any other busi
| ness. No. 4 South Fourth. Rent rea
sonable.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
rooms, with or without board;; good lo
: cation; gentlemen, a man and wife; pri
-1 vate family. Call, or address, 1439 Ber
ryhill street.
FOR RENT - In a desirable uptown
residential district, entire v seconu floor
for light housekeeping; convenient to
j Second and Third street car line. Ad
i dress A. D. W., care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT—Room, third floor front,
for men only, next to the bell. Mehring
| Apartments, Cumberland and Sixth
! streets.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
I room, third floor, steam heated. Apply
| at 814 North Sixth street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, for light housekeeping, with all
conveniences; use of bath; good loea
; tion; no children; rent reasonable. Call
at 1549 Walnut street.
FOR RENT Well-furnished rooms;
city steam heat; Bell phone. 719 North
Sixth streets.
FOR RENT Pleasant room, second
: floor front, with heat, light and use of
hath; gentleman preferred; rent reason
able. Address C., 3548, care of Tele
graph.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished sec
ond-story front room; city steam; good
I location. 715 North Third street.
FOR RENT Second floor front
rooms, fncing Capitol Park; stationary
washstand (hot and cold running
water); electric light; city steam; use
of Bell phone and large bath. Apply
410 North street. •
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room; all conveniences; city steam and
electric light. Apply 9 North Front
street.
FOR RENT A large, beautifully
| furnished second story front room, with
: heat, close to bath, hot and cold water,
l in small, strictly private family; fine
! location; $2.50 per week for single per
son. or $3.00 for two. Apply at 209
| Harris street.
FOR RENT Suite of rooms on
second floor front, for one or two gen
tlemen, with use of bath, phone and
city heat; reference required. Apply
I 272 Brlggs street.
FOR RENT Pleasant room on sec
ond floor; heat; electric light and use
of bath. 819 Third street.
FOR RENT Attractive rooms for
rent; centrally 10.-ated; terms reason
able. Apply 209 State street.
ROOMS WANTED
WANTED Furnished rooms or
apartment for light housekeeping in
a suitable location; near Reservoir pre
j ferred; can give good reference. Ad
' dress C„ 3554, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Young lady, employed,
i wants two unfurnished rooms centrally
1 located, Address X. M., care of Tele
graph.
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
DXFI'KNISUi:]) ROOMS FOH RENT
BUILT exclusively for light house
keeping, strictly private, ail outsld".
with or without Kitchenettes. Sto. \
furnished free. Laundry, phone aim
bathroom privileges. Weekly pay
ments .Innitress service. Inquire 429
Broad street. Daily inspection invited.
I'OR SALE
ROOMS FOR RKNT CARDS can be
secured at the Teleeraph Business
Office.
FOR SALE Two-speed Excelsior,
tandem, sidecar, fully equipped, used
3.000 miles, $225. It. M. Peflfer, L)al« and
Market. Camp Hill.
l'Olt S\I,K
SAW MILL Medium size 3 head
blocks :u»-ft. carriage—50-inch, in
serted-tooth saw blower 3O-11.-P.
boiler and engine cutoff saw. Four
month*' work hi present location of
mill. Also about 150 acres tie, props,
and lagons. address 0., 3552, care of
Telegraph.
FOR SALE Medium-size Kitchen
Range. Only used three months. For
Male cheap to quick buyer. Call 1409
Thompson avenue.
FOR SALE Three-piece parlor
suit: good as new; mahogany finish.
Price right. Inquire 500 Seneca street,
Harrlsburg, Pa.
FOR SALE - Brlndle English bull
terrier, s months old. Fine stock and
tine condition. Call to see him at lUIO
Derrv street. City, or Bell phone
1749 M. _____
FOR SALE Maxwell runabout, AB
Model, in A 1 condition. Call Bell phone
2141 J.
Hoksk FOR SAMS Carriage or
saddle horse, light weight and good
runner. Apply at Jednota Farm, R. F.
D„ No. 3, Mlddletown, Pa.
FOR SALE, CHEAP One Haynes
five-passenger touring car. in good con
dition. Will demonstrate. Bell phone
20S9R.
FOR SALE- Army shoes, slightly
used. Best shoes for railroad men.
Also $3 army hats for 25c. Your money
back if not satisfied. Open evenings, a.
Meltzer, 513 Walnut street.
FOR RENT Typewriters bought
sold or rented. Harrisburg Typewriter
and Supply Co., 40 North Court street.
OVERCOATS AND SUITS (frum
mers' samples) positively at the lowest
prices in the city. Call and be con
vinced. A few soldiers' blue overcoats
on hand. Cohen and Son. Reliable
Pawnbrokers. 431 Market street, at sub
way.
FOR SALE At GABLK'S, 111-117
South Second street, 5,000 sets new
sash. Bxlo, 12 L„ primed and gia/.ed, at
$1.30 per set. Also other sizes.
FOR SALE 1915 Maxwell roadster.
In good condition; only used seven
months. Price reasonable. Address Y„
3551, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE—A Columbia electric au
tomobile, fine appearance, price $50.00,
must be sold at once. Apply 814 North
Third street.
FOR SALE 1916 Ford touring car,
good as new, for sale cheap. Apply to
116 West Main street, Palmyra, Pa.
FOR SALE CARE'S or. sale at the
Telegraph Business Office.
FOR\SALE Scratch Pads new
supply—so for 25c while they last. Ap
ply Job Printing Department The Tele
graph Printing Company.
BUY Traveling Bags. Suitcases and
Trunks from Wholesale and Retail
Leather Merchants. Second and Chest
nut Repairing neatly and promptly at
tended to. Specialties made to order.
Harrisburg Harness and Supply Co.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT A large office in the
Telegraph Building. Inquire of Super
intendent in Business Office of Tele
graph.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Pool
Room and Cigar Store. Terms, one
half down, balance to suit purchaser.
Bell phone 597J-1.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE A well-established
Millinery Store. Entile stock and lix
tures at a reasonable price. Possession
given at once. 614 North Third street,
Harrisburg, Pa.
ANY intelligent person can earn good
income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars Prc&a Syndicate. 798, Lock
port. N. Y.
I MADE $50,000 In five years In the
mall order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how, Hea
cock, 355 Lockport. N. Y.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
PACKING A. H. Shrenk. 1906 North
Sixth street, first-class packer of fur
niture, china and bric-a-brac. Bell
phone 399 W.
FOR falling hair try Uross Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
street, Harrisburg. Pa. Telephone
orders giviu prompt attention. Bell
1960.
HAULING
It. A. HAItTMAN, Boarding Stable
and National Traaafer Co. Movers of
pianos, safes, boilers and general haul
ing. 11. W. Lather. Manager.'Fifth and
Woodbine street Bell phone No.
250SR.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate
security in any amounts and upon any
terms to suit borrower. Address P. O
Box 174. Harrisburg. Pa.
STORAGE
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
I.\ 3-story brick building, rear 44)8
Market street
liouiaehuld good* In clean, private
rooms. Hensonable rates. Apply to
P. G. Dlener, Jeweler, 408 Market St.
STORAGE 4til B.oaa street, for
household gootls and merchandise Pri
vate rooms. $1 to $3. Wagons. 75 cents
per month Apply D. Cooper X- Co 4U
WANTED
WANTED To buy old Brussels or
ingrain carpets or fillers. Keystone Rug
Co.. or call 2064 Bell phone or MOW
United.
POULTRY
POULTRY 75 White and
Pullets, laying about. 60 per cent, at
present, and two small Incubators and
one brooder. Call A. B. Davis, Pen
brook, R"-
NOTICES
NOTICE, lIEPTASOPHS Members
of this organization will learn some
thing rrreatly to their advantage, by
communicating with N„ 3521, care of
Telegraph.
1 WILL not he responsible for any
bills contracted by my wife.
W. D. DICE.
MARKET MAKES
MODERATE GAINS
Trading Lacks Snap and Vigor
of Yesterday; Alcohol
Gyrates
By Associated I'ress
New York. Feb. 2.—-Moderate gains
and a few declines were recorded at
| the opening of to-day's trading, the
; market lacking the snap and vigor of
| yesterday's session. United States Steel
; made a trivial gatn, which was irn
j mediately forfeited, and oilier active
stocks were disposed to yield on light
offerings.
Industrial Alcohol continued ils
! extraordinary gyrations with an early
gain of 5 at 168% and Texas Com
pany rose 2 points. Rails were once
more a nominal feature, that part of
the list showing more irregularity than
industrials and specialties. Secondary
offerings were mostly at lower prices.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Chandler Bros. & Co., members New
York and Philadelphia Stock Ex
changes, 3 North Market Square, Har
risburg; 133 8 Chestnut street, Phila
delphia; 34 Pine street, New York,
furnish the following quotations:
New York, Feb. 2.
Open. Clos.
Alaska Wold Alines 23% 23 >4
Allis-Chaliners 27 % 28
American Beet Sugar ... 63% 85%
American (.'an 62 62%
American C& V 66% 68
American Cotton Oil ... 53% 53%
American Ice Securities . 29 29
American Locomotive .. 65% 66%
American Smelling 98% 101 %
American Sugar 113 113%
American T & T 126% 126%
Anaconda 84% 86%
Atcliison 104% 104%
; Baldwin Locomotive ... 11l 114%
I Baltimore & Ohio 88% 89
B P Goodrich 69% 72
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 86% 86%
California Petroleum ... 30% 31
Canadian Pacific 169% 170%
Central Leather 52% 52%
Chesapeake and Ohio . 62% 63
Chicago, Mil and St Paul 97 97 %
Chicago, R 1 and Pacific 17 17 %
I Chino Consolidated Cop. 52% 53%
'Colorado Fuel and Iron 43% 45%
i Consolidated Gas 137% 138>4
'Corn Products 22% 22%
[Crucible Steel 76% 77%
I Crucible Steel pfd 112 112 Vi
Distilling Securities .... 45% 45%
! Erie 37% 38%
Erie, Ist pfd 53 53%
General Electric Co. ... 169% 170
. Gt. North, pfd 121% 121,%
Gt. North. Ore, ss 4 4 4i>%
i Gug. Exploration 22% 22%
! Ins. Copper 44% 45%
' Interboro-Met 17% 17%
Interboro-Met. pfd 74% 75
Kansas City Southern .. 26% 26%
Lackawanna Steel .... 82% 82
Lehigh Valley 76% 77
Maxwell Motors 70% 73
Merc. Marine ctfs 18% 17%
Merc. Marine ctfs 81 >4 80%
Mex. Petroleum 105% 106
Miami Copper 35% 36%
Missouri Pacific 5% 5%
MISCEIJ/A NEOU S
"PREPAREDNESS"' We have sev~
era! parties desiring to invest money in
real estate. Give us your properties to
sell and we will do the rest. Baclten
stoss Bros., Russ Building. Bell 353 J.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE
TO THE HOLDERS OF THE BONDS
OF THE HARRISBURG AND HUM
MELSTOWN STREET RAILWAY
COMPANY.
NOTICE is hereby given to the
holders of all the outstanding Bonds
of the Harrisburg and Hummelstown
Street Railway Company, secured by
Mortgage dated March 1, 1906, to the
llarrisburir Trust Company as Trustee,
that In accordance with the provisions
of the said Mortgage, the said Bonds
have been called for payment on or be
fore March 1, 1916, at par. a premium of
five per cent, and interest to said date.
After the said date, interest will cease
upon all Bonds not presented for pay
ment by that time. Holders of the said
Bonds may present them at the office
of the undersigned at any time after
March 1, and receive payment there
for in accordance with the terms above
stated.
HARRISBURG TRUST COMPANY,
Trustee.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Estate of Rachel S. Zarker, late of Har
risburg, Pa., deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters
of Administration on the estate of said
decedent have been granted to the un
dersigned residing at 223 Walnut Street
in said city. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make pay
ment, and those having claims or de
mands against the same will make them
known without delay, to
WILLIAM A. McILHENNY.
Administrator.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that an ap
plication will bf» made to the Court of
Quarter Sessions of Dauphin Countv
on Thursday, February 3. 1916, at io
o'clock A. M„ or as soon thereafter as
said Court shall bo in session, for the
transfer of the retail liquor license now
hold by Walter C. Baskins for Fort
Hunter Hotel, Rockville, Susquehanna
Township. Dauphin County, Pa„ to J
Garfield Fackler, trustee of the estate
of Waiver C. Bat-kins, a bankrupt.
PHILIP S. MOYER,
Attorney for Transferee.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that applica
tion will be made by Benjamin A.
Striplln, licensee, to the Court of Quar
ter Sessions of Dauphin County, on
Monday. February 14, 1916, at 10 o'clock
A. M., for a transfer of the Hotel Li
cense known as the Leroy Hotel, now
located at No. 523 State Street, Harris
burg, Pa., to No. 945 North Seventh
Street, Harrisburg, Pa., and that the
papers for that purpose are on file in
tile Prothonotary's Office at Harrisburg
Pa.
H. F. HOLLER,
Clerk of Quarter Sessions.
NOTICE fattens of Administration
on the Estate of Wm. I. Snyder, late of
Middle Paxton Township. Dauphin
County. Pa., deceased, having been
granted to the undersigned residing In
said township. P. 0.. Dauphin R. D. 1
all persons Indebted to said Estate are
requested to make Immediate payment
and those having claims will present
them for settlement.
GEO. R. SNYDER.
Administrator.
In the Matter of the First and Final
Account ot Harrisburg Trust Com
pany, Administrator of the Estate of
Margaret J. Durkees, Late of Harris
burg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania,
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned appointed auditor by the Or
phans' Court of Dauphin County, to
make distribution of the balance as
shown by the first and final account of
Harrisburg Trust Company, Adminis
trator of the Estate of Margaret J.
Durkees, late of Harrisburg, Dauphin
Countv. Pennsylvania, deceased, will
sit for the purpose of his appointment
in Rooms 300-301 Kunkel Building, cor
ner of Third and Market Streets, in the
said City of Harrisburg, on Februarv
IR. 1916. at 10 o'clock A. M., where and
when all persons Interested may appear ,
and present their claims.
OSCAR G. WICK ERSHAM,
Auditor.
FEBRUARY 2, 1916.
National Lead 67% 68% |
New York Central .... 106 106
N Y N H H 68 68 %
New York Ont and West 26% 27%
Norfolk and Western .. 117 117
Northern Pacific 112** 118%
Pennsylvania Railroad.. 56% 57
Pittsburgh Coal 3 2 .".2%
Press Steel Car 55% 57
Railway Steel Spg 39 to
Ray Con Copper 23% 24 %
Heading 77% 78 u
liep Iron & Steel 51 53%
Southern Pacific 99% 100>4
Southern Railway .... 21 21*4
Southern Uwy pfd 59 % 59 >4
Studebaker 145% 150%!
Tennessee Copper 55% 56%
Union Pacific 133% 134
U S f Alcohol 15914 155%
IT S Rubber 51 % 52%
IT S Steel 82% 83%
1? S Steel pfd ltfi 116
Utah Copper 78 79
aV Caro ("hem 47 48
Western Union Tel .... 88% 88
Westinarhouse Mfg 65% fi#%
PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE
By Associated Press
_ Philadelphia, Feb. 2. Wheat
Firm; No. 2, red, spot, and February,
$1.37® 1.39; No. 2, Southern, red, $1.35©
1.37.
Corn Steady; No. 2, yellow, lockl,
84®S5c; new steamer, No. 2, yellow,
local, 82",457i53' / 4c.
Oats Steady; No. 2, white, 59®
60c; No. 3, white. 56®56%c.
Bran Market firm, fair demand;
city mills, winter, per ton. $25.50;
western, winter, ner ion. none here;
Spring:, per ton, $2t.30®25.00.
Refined Sugars Market firm;
refined powdered. 6.10 c; tine granulated,
6.00 c; confectioners' A. 5.90 c.
Butter Market .steady; western,
creamery, extras, 32% c; nearby prints,
fancy, 36c.
Hggs The market is higher;
i Pennsylvania and other nearby ttrsts,
free cases, $9.30 per case; do., current
| receipts, free cases, $9.15 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $9.30
per case; do., firsts, free cases, $9.13
per case.
Live Poultry Market steady; fowls,
16®17c; roosters, 12®12%c; Spring
chickens, 15®18c; ducks, ir,@l7c; geese,
15®17c; turkeys. 200122 c.
Dressed Poultry Market firm;
'turkeys, fancy, 27®28c; do., good to
choice, 23®26c; d 0.,, fair to good. 21®
22c; do., culls, 16®20c; fowls, fancy,
19',2 ®2o%c; do., good to choice, 18 : ;il9c;
1 Ho., small sixes. lf>@l7c; old roosters,
15c; broiling chickens, nearby, 22®
26c; do., western, 22®24c; roasting
I chickens, western, choice, 19®
20c; do., fair to good. ir>ifiilßc; Spring
ducks, nearby, 18®20c: do., western, 12
@18c; geese, nearby, 16(fiil8c; do., west
ern, 14® 16c.
Potatoes Market steady; Penn
sylvania, white, per bushel. $l.00®1.20;
do., fair to good. 93c <a> 1.00 per bushel;
Jersey, No. 1. per basket. 60®70c; do..
No. 2, per basket. 30®40c.
Flour The market is quiet; winter,
straights, $6.00®6.25; do., patents, $6.35
(®6.75; Kansas straights, $4.53®5.85;
i Spring firsts, clear. $5.76®6.00; do.,
i straights, $6.00® 6.25; do., patents, $6.25
| ®7.00: do., favorite brands, $7.00®7.50.
Hay The market Is steady
with a fair demand; No. 1, large
bales, $21.00(5)21.50; No. 1, medium
bales. $20.50®21.00; No. 2. $19.00® 19.50'
No. 3. do., $16.50(8)17.50.
Clover mixed, light mixed. $18.50®
19.00: No. 1, do., slß.oo® 18.50; No T
do.. (15.00®16.00.
CHICAGO CATTLE
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., Feb. 2. Hogs Re
ceipts, 48,000; slow. Bulk of sales. $7.70
® 7.90; light, $7.35®7.90; mixed, $7.55®
8.00; heavy. $7.50®8.00; rough. $7,5
7.70; pigs, $5.75®6.90.
Cattle Receipts, 16.000; firm. Na
tive beef steers, $6.40®9.50; cows and
heifers, $3.20®8.15: calves, [email protected]
Sheep Receipts, 1 1,000; s'trong.
Wethers, $7.60(®8.20; lambs, $8.50®
| 10.90.
CHICAGO BOA HO OK TRADES
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., Feb. 2. Board of Trade
j clcsing:
Wheat—May. 1.33; July, 1.24%.
Corn—May, 79%; July, 7'J'A.
1 Oats—May, 51%; July, 47%.
, Pork—May, 20.40.
Lard—May, 10.10; July, 10.25.
Ribs—May, 10.92; July, 11.07,
Both Commissioners
Stine and Wells Talk
on New Courthouse
Both Henry M. Stine and Harry C.
Wells, the city representatives on the
j Board of County Commissioners, dis-
I cussed briefly to-day the problem of
I erecting a new courthouse. Said Cora-
J missioner Wells:
"Before the County Commissioners
: could take any action relative to the
construction of a new courthouse the
step would have to be recommended
three times consecutively by Dauphin
county grand juries. I believe, how
ever, that the erection of. a new court
house would meet with general ap
proval and 1 think the sentiment for a
new structure is growing."
Commissioner Stine expressed these
views: "Thus far I haven't given the
question of erecting a new courthouse
very thorough thought as yet, but it is
my idea that this old courthouse with
its passing style of architecture should
he preserved. 1 think that the county
could renovate this building. If Har
risburg ever erects a city hall, all the
county offices could be located 011 the
first floor and the courtrooms could be
moved upstairs. The county is cer
tainly in 110 financial condition, how
ever, to expend any money. It really
even could not take care of a bond
issue, at present. The increase of the
county valuations from the county tri
ennial assessments would not net the
county above $7,000 in additional reve
nues."
COURT DECIDES W. H. IDF I.I;
CAN'T PUSH CLAIM FOR 988.33
After a brief .hearing this morning
Additional Law Judge S. J. M. McCar
rell continued the injunction obtained
by Mark M. Mattis against W. H. Idell.
The injunction restrains Idell from
executing a judgment for $48.62 %
against Mattis until after another suit
brought by Mattis against Idell is set
lied by a jury. This claim amounts
to $88.33. The litigants are from the
upper end of the county.
ML'MM ICRS MEET TO-NIGHT
The Harrisburg Mummers' Associa
tion will meet to-night at the Mayor's
office. The committee in charge of ar
rangements for the annual banquet
will report. Clarence O. Backen
stoss, corresponding secretary and a
member since the association organ
ized, will tender his resignation.
MOHH WITNESSES ARE
ARRESTED FOR PERJI RV
Providence, R. I„ Feb. 2. Mrs. Bes- :
sle Spellmsn, the wife, and Mrs. Ger
trude Daily, a sister of Henry Spellman, i
on trial with Mrs. 1011/.abeth F. Mohr
and Cecil Brown for the murder of Dr.
C Franklin Mohr. were arrested to-day
011 a charge of perjury.
COMPENSATION HOARD MEETS
Roger J. Dever, general counsel for
the Mine Workers of the State, appear- |
ed at the Compensation Board confer
ence, tills afternoon, at the Capitol, to j
discuss the rule for determining the,
daily wage compensation matters. He ;
presented the objections of the Mine 1
Workers to the proposed ruling, Hall
roads, coal companies and other large
employers of labor were represented, i
HOSPITAL AID TO MEET
The Woman's Aid Society of the i
Harrisburg Hospital will meet to-mor- j
row afternoon at 3 o'clock in the man-'
avers' room of that institution. '
MILK PRICES TO
RISE IF PROPER
MEASURE IS GIVEN
City Scaler Reel Declares Con
sumer Eventually Must
Pay the Toll
If milk dealers insist upon get
ting full measure for their money,
they will be charged more for the
commodity which means, of
course, that the consumer even
tually must pay the toll In higher
prices for Ills milk supply.
City Sealer Harry D. Reel to-day
Ihus summed up the results of his
recent investigation of certain in
stances of "short measuring."
"A short time ago," said Mr. Heel,
"this department had occasion to bring
suit against a local milk dealer for
selling by short measure. The dealer
sold the milk in what were called
24-quart. cans. Of course, he had to
pay a fine and the costs of the prose
cution. However, he admitted that ha
knew I here were not twenty-four
quarts In the cans, but that he was
compelled to pay for twenty-four
quarts nevertheless, and that if he re
fused his supply would be discon
tinued. So he sold the milk Just as he
received it from the farmer.
"Upon further investigation," con
tinued Sealer Heel, "I found that, many
of the cans which are supposed to hold
twenty-four quarts in reality held but
twenty-three on the average. Many
of the dealers .however, are buying by
the pound and will not buy in any
other way.
Hundreds of cans of milk are being
shipped into this city every day from
various parts of the state. On these
cans the local dealer must pay -the
freight. The cans bear tags furnished
by the railroad companies. The tags
are marked from twenty-four to forty
eight quarts. However, the cans are
not marked. And the size of the can
is charged for in fixing the freight
rates, regardless of bow much they
contain. Consequently the dealer sells
'twenty-four quarts' from thnt. can and
his customers pay for twenty-four
quarts.
IX WATER THREE HOITRg
Athens, Feb. I.—Miss Marie Latnos
and Dr. Dura Cuclia, both of Chicago,
survivors of the Red Cross party 011
board the Italian steamer Brindisi,
which was sunk by a mine off the Al-
They were in the water three hours,
banian coast on January 6, have ar
rived in Athens.
FOR SALE
New two-story brlclc house wltli
modern Improvements, located at No.
1226 Christian street. Property must
be sold at once. A real bargain to a
quick buyer.
J. E. GIPPLE
1281 MARK IST STOEET
t Prospect Hill Cemetery j
? MARKET AND i!6TH ITREETS j
j J This cemeterv Is soon to be en-?
ilarged and be. utifled under plans?
| prepared by Warren I-X. Manning. ?
! I Lots will be sold with the per-f
j jpetual care provision.
j Prospect Hill Cemetery Co. 1
1 Herman P. Miller, President t
j LOCUST AKO COURT STREETS i
| BELL PHONE IBDS ?
MONEY j
y, To Housekeepers. Work- B
ingiiKMi and Salaried Km- I
ployes.
LEGAL RATES
EQUITABLE
INVESTMENT COMPANY
# X. MARKET SQUARE
Room 21 4th Floor I
Spooner Building I
-
TWO FINE HOMES
FOR SALE
Xo. 28 S. I»th St., N. W. Cor.
19th and Chestnut, Pressed Brick,
Nine Rooms, Bath, Hall and Pan
try. Hardwood finish, concrete
porch and walks, brick garage;
southern exposure; must sell on ac
count of Health.
ALSO
Xo. 1712 Herr SI. Up-to-date
New Stucco and Brick (8) eight
rooms, bath, Dutch reception hall;
this is one of the finest locations in
Harrisburg; last one of four.
Look these properties over and
come to see me. Bell I'lionc 24-J.
Address, 28 South lVth St.
Auction Sale
AT MY STABLE
1420 Fulton Street
Harrisburg, Pa.
On Sat., Feb. 5, 1916
at 1 o'clock, we will liave 100
head of Virginia horses and
mares, weighing from 1,200
to 1,400. And we have
some very fine driving
horses. These horses must
he sold for the high dollar.
These horses must be sound
and right. We also sell on
commission, horses, wagons
and harness. If these horses
are not like T say, bring
them back and get your
money back.
We also sell in private
sale every day.
M. BLATT, Proprietor
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