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The Star-Independent Gives Away 2 Orpheum Tickets Daily
The Name of ihe Person to Whom They Will Be Awarded To=day Is Somewhere Among the Classified Ads On This Page Perhaps vou are the lucky person. Look until you find out. If you get the tickets please call for them before 8 o'clock to-morrow evening or they will be iorieited. (These names are drawn from the Directory by a blindfolded girl.) J Death and Obituary DIED. YOl'NT—Charles E. Yount died at the Kevsfone hospital Friday morning. February ISth. 1915. aged 51 years. Funeral services will l>e held from his late residence. No. liOi Green street, on Tuesdaj afternoon at ; o'clock. In terntent i:i Paxtang cemetery. tteiatlves and friends are invited to attend with out further notice. Burial private ser vices will be conducted by Pilgrim o»mn>andery. No. 11. K T. Body can be viewed after 6 o'clock. Monday evening. * Easiness Opportunities *■ • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. COftNBR BUSTNBBB PROPERTY forj sale: uptown section; improved dwell- Ing: with store room; stable on prop ertw Trice reasonable. Grocery stock at inventory. BEL*L REALTY CO.. Borg ner Building. -' Miscellaneous - FURNITURE PACKING PACKING—A. H SIIREXK. 19iiS North Sixtn street rirst class packer of fur niture. china and bricabruc. Bell phone S*9W. \V. J. WHNRICH, 339 Hamilton street—' Furniture, china and piano packing, j Shipments looked u'-.tr at both euus. A: so all kinds of hauling. Bell phone MISCELLANEOUS WANTS TO OBTAIN REST at night use Lung ' Saver, The tlood Cough Syrup. Good 1 ior old as well as young; also good for croup. Ask your grocer. CLD GOLD AND SILVER OLD GOLD AND SILVER watches, dia monds and jewelry bought for high- I est prices. JOS. D. BKL'.S'N'EK, No. 1 N. Thira St. Bell phone 1171 L STORAGE HARRLSBURG STORAGE CO. Two ; new eight-story brick warehouse*, pee absolutely dreproof. divided into hreproof private rooms of various sues for the storage of household goods; the other warehouse of the most approved type of tire retardant con struction for general merchandise. Ti-.ey are equipped with two large electric freight elevators and spiral chute for the quick and safe handling o: house nold goods and all kinds oi merchan a:se. uiw storage rates. South Second street. r.ea: PaAton. on the tracks of PenQjL R. R. PIANO MOVZNG | PIANO moving by experts*. WINTER PIANO CO.. .3 N. Fourth St. Call 14». Bell phone. PINANCIAL MONEY TO LOAN upon real estate se curities in any a:.mounts and upon any terms to suit tiie borrower. Ad dress P. O. box 174. MONEY TO LOAN ANY person needing money In amounts trom J to Sholding a salaried po sition. would be benented by calling on us. Employes' Discount Co., 3« North Third St. IjOANS—J;> to i;o: for honest working people viUicut back credit at less than legal rates: payable in install ments to suit borrowers' convenience. CO-OPERATIVE Lean and Investment Co, Zv4 Chestnut St. ALL KINDS OF HAULING ALL kinds o? hauling; large two-ton truck; furniture, p:anos. freight, in the city and suburbs. Prices reason able. Picnic ar.i pleasure trips, day or evening. WM. H. DARE. 1453 Vernon St. Be!l phone 3SI7J. - '• Houses For Rent "5 S. Hone - Ave.. " r. & b sin Asu Ave.. s. f„ 6 r„..". . sio y "' l B>r.is St. :s. b.. jr„ sin 1' > Greenwood St.. S s. f.. S r. Sit I 110 L:nden St.. 3 s. f.. Sr. . Sl2 -148 N. 7th St., J s. b., » r. b SIS S. Ca.neror. S:, s . b.. S r„ Sl3 ■ Cameron St., - 4 s. f.....5i3 , I •. . Allison S" ||4 »-• Briggs St.. ; s. b. « r, Sl4 Alh-. n St.. -'4 s. :i.. 7 r. b.. SIR !. can St., Z s. b„ S r SIS 7 Williams St.. 2 s. f., 7 r. b SI," . -'» S. 13th St., 3 s. b.. « r„ *IU •>W Emerald St, 3 s. b.. S r SIT '.-I- Mulberry St.. 3 s. f_ 7 r. b.. Sl"i !'• ' B">a i St.. 3 s. b.. 10 r.. 52." -- .N. I'-th St., 3s. !>.. 7 r b... tXt . >.arket St.. 3 s. b.. 10 r sio -M S. Front St., 3 s. b.. 10 r. 2 b.. 573 S. Fr>nt St. furnished. 4 s. b. I! Mae: h St. —apartments, . ...Sl3 M Bl KBA\ HOISES West F i rview. Main St., Is. f„ .. S7 -'eelton, .• S. Front St Sio Penbrook. .«t:j and Dauphin Sts.. Sin Cnola. Adams St.. ; f.. « r sis | Penn Tap., near Duncar.non S3O North Ltmoyne, ;9l Market St., . S2n Lucknow. Forge Lane SSS Newport. Marshall property SCO FROM APRIL IST 133 N. 13th St., Is. b S3S Lerry St. (Paxtangi. s. f Situ 11«9 N. Se- ond St.. 3 s. b S;» Store room. 1007 N. Third St (from Marth Ith>. ........ S4O Miller Brothers & Co. REAL tkTATE Fire lanmn Surety Hands Loeut mnd Court Street. I- • - Real Estate REAL ESTATE FOB RENT FOR RENT— No. 2215 Attn* street, all improvement*, in tfooJ co niti tlon, rent. Slfall FRANK B. W ICKBR SHAM. 410 B®-gner Building. FOR RENT—Three-story brick house, R rooms and hrtth. ISOS N. Fourth St.; possession at once. Apply K. A. K r.ltU 1216 N. Front St. Hid HOUSE FOR RENT at l-0« Penn <t.. .ill conveniences: rent reasonable. Inquire of H. COHKX. 202 Market St. I FOR RENT— . No. ;,.:6 s. Seventeenth St $-0.00 No. 16S1 Park St No. 1524 Catherine St.. 115.00 No. ioi# s. :ii. St. SIO.OO N • .'lO7 Greenwood St SS.OO J. E. GIPPLE 1251 Market St. I FOR RENT— IS* Pock St US Ann Ave • $•'•00 1314 Marlon St SJS North St '• .115.00 ill' North St ?}?"?? IS Cowden St $14.00 1315 Currant Ave J i <. \»o 1 .'O4 Capital St $15.00 1331 Wallace St sl.-00 ISI3 Fenn St $19.00 i l.'cS N. Sixth St . Apartment... .*22.00 916 N. Sixth St $35.00 I'll AS ADLER. 1002 North Third Street. ' FOR RENT Modern, up-to-date houses. just rimshed. Lewis St.. near Fourth. ' Riverside, rent $15.00. Apply 1731 Fifth St. or a; store, corner Fourth and : Lewis. : FOR RENT— -1315 Market —apis S3O and $35 1330 l>err> —apts. $35.00 13th and Deny—apis. *27.50 121« Market—Apts $22.50 1146 Perry—house $22.50 1447 Berryhlll—house $.-..->0 i 745 S. 19th—house, new $20.50 23;'6 Ellersly—house, new s'.s.so 415 Hummel —house $15.50 2116 Perry—house. SIB.OO 14 3S Vernon—house 512.00 1617 A Cottlpass—house *11.09 HARVEY 1. SMITH, Real Estate and Insurance. 204 S, 13th. Bell phone 2ISM. HOUSES FOR RENT—ftj. 635. 639 , Schuylkill St. Possession at once. Apply j. C MEHRING. 2480 Sixth St. FOR RENT—Houses with all improve ments. at moderate rentals. J. E. GIPPLE. 3251 Market St. FOR RENT —All improve ments — 1614 Catherine $16.00 330 S. Eighteenth, .. .$18.50 Apply Knhn & Hershey, 18 South Third street. SEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. , FOR SALE—Two building lots, in city limits. SoW at a bargain if sold at once. Call 205 Bergner building, or Bell phone 15T2J. ! FOR SALE —Homes at Riverside, at prices $.::.0, $2500 and $2500. Electric ' lights. steam heat and all Improve ments; also building lots at Penbrook, ' s'axtang ami Riverside far sale. For I terms apply t S. HALDEMAN & CO.. ICarpenters and Builders. 3.22 N. Sixth 'St Carpenter repair work promptly at tended to. Estimates cheerfully fur nished by calling Bell phone 3622J3. FOR SALE —New 9-room brick houses i on Chestnut St.. combination lights, steam heat, hardwood linish; side en- Iran e. price s32"v. H. G. PEDL/DW, i 110 S. 13th St. JI'ST a couple of those Vernon street houses left that can be bought with a • mall ash payment, balance as rent. H. G- PEPLQW. 110 S. 13th St. ; FOR SALE —Cheap—Edgeniont Lot, 30 i ft. by 120 ft., flne location. 500 feet from 24th St., fronting on Locust I*ane. Good view: bargain; owner. ELMER ZIMMERMAN. 1435 Valnut St., Harris i>urg. WANT BP—Two reserved tickets were awarded to-day to Hazel Mackley, 1109 Cowden stree-t. good for the even ing performance at the Orpheum, Feb ruary 17, 1915. Call for tickets at Star- Indepenaent office, before s p. m.. Feb ruary 16, 1915. or they will be forfeited. EVERGREEN STREET property for saiv; improved brick house, neat Market street. Also corner prope-ty. at No. 10 S. Eighteenth street. Full infor mation a: BELL REALTY CO., Bergner , Building. VERY DESIRABLE brick house for sale; 530 Camp Street; II rooms; bath, gas, sttfam heat; porch, two stairways; lot 24x130; stable. Price reasonable. BELL REALTY" CO.. Bergner Building. : FOR SALE is coming. See the beautiful suburban homes at River side i>efore you buy elsewhere. Large lots. Fine porch-, s. Low prices and easy terms. LEWIS M. NEIFFKR. 223 Market street; E. MOESLEIN, 424 State street. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT HOUSES FOR RENT and dwelling houses for sale. Elder Real Estate Co.. 2 4th and Perry S'.s. STORE ROOMS FOR RENT STORE ROOM—(From March 15th)— 1001-1009 North Third street, room Mx4o ft.; good business location. MIL LER BROS. & CO.. Locust and Court ! its. > FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT—New furnished front rooma facing Capitol Park; stationary mash stands, hot and cold running water, electric light in each room; also use of phone and large bath. Apply 410 North street. APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR REN>—Apartments at southeast corner Fourth and PeiTer streets. All conveniences at reasonable rent. Out side porch. Apply B. F. UMBERGEtt, 108 N. Second St., or 427 Peffer St. ROOMS FOR RENT DESIRABLE v ROOMS—Single and en SJite —all outside rooms—running water —elevator service—-city steam heat—in the Franklin Building. 212 Lo st. MILLER BROTHERS & CO., Locust and Court Sts. : An equal has not j,o\ver over an ' equal.—L»w Maxim. HABRISBURO STAR-INDEPENDENT, MONDAY EVENING, FEBBUABY 15, 1910. Wants HELP WANTED—MALE * YOUXG MAN to collect accounts for large city tirm; prefer one having had previous experience; must not be afraid of hard work: state ape. salary expect ed and place where formerly employed. Give reference as to character, so briety. honesiv. etc„ etc. Tell us some thing about yourself. Address 3495. j oare £>tar-Independent. ABLE-BODIED MEN—Good eye sight; for tlremen and brakemcn; good wagos; experience unnecessary; slate age. neceuary. Railway, eare Star- In dependent. WANTED—Men to learn barber trade; new method; wages a'ter first month. Steady position guaranteed; write for ; catalogue. Moler's Barber College, , Dept. R, 207 Bowery, New York City. AUTO transportation school wants men to become practical chauffeurs and i earn i'l to |lt)» per month. We giva a I thorough course in crude and practical work for »35.00. No. a N. Cameron; Bell phone I*lo. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE. COLORED MAN would like home with a family in the country or suburbs; honest and a sood worker. Write or call at 903 Sarah avenue. J. WARN. YOUNG MAN. 29 years of ace, desires employment. Is familiar with elec trical work and auto mechanical work, i Best of reference. Apply H. H. KKOMXI. I [Ull & Twetft'i St. ___ WANTED—Married man wishes posi .l. is::. Briggs street. Be,l phone 29.«5W, shipping or receiving department; can give good reference and bond. Address 1. IS2I Briggs street. Bell phone 2SSSW. City. WANTED—Position as cook, private or commercial: can furnish references. Apply 63$ Briggs street. PAINTED woodwork and windows cleaned; automobiles washed. Call Bell phone ITStJ. WANTED —A young married man would like to have a position as stationary engineer; has ad eight years experi ence; can do most of his own repairs; or will accept a Job tiring boilers if job is steady year irbund. Call R. M., < United phone 773Y, City. I YOUNG MARRIED MAN with fair edu cation and good recommendation, wants position as shipping or receh :ng clerk. Address G. It. SLKIGHTKR, En liaui. Pa. A YOUNG, well experienced window cleaner wants work; three years' ex perience In New York ity. Caii or ad dress 1114 Christiana St. tfor Steve). YOUNG MAN wants p Mtion as cook ,-r counter-man in hotel or restaurant. Address or call 1114 Christiana St. WANTED—Colored man wishes general housework or watchman of big b.illd ing. or waiter in private family; can furnish good references. Apply 403 Bailey street, Steelton. 1 YOUNG MARRIED MAN wishes work of any kind, tiring boiler preferred;, experienced. Apply 41 S. Court St.. City. YOUNG colored nan desires position as first class cook, butler, in or out of town. Best of references. Address NEWTON BROWN. Middle'.owu. Pa. BOY, IS years old, wishes position of any kind; call or address 35S Wood bine street. | BOY, 16 years old, wishes work of any kind. Can drive a team. Call 220S N. Sixth street. WANTED—MiddIe-aged man wishes po sition as janitor in chur -h or lodge room; has experience and can give good references. Apply 14o;i Swalara St. YOUNG MAN wants work of any kind by the day; has had ilve years ex perience as a salesman; best of refer ep.ce._Address 1311 Cowden street, city. —- SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. EXPERIENCED LADY would" like to have a situation for upstairs work or plain cooking; not out of city limits. Address 123 N. Front St., Columbia. Pa. YOUXG colored lady wants work as sec ond girl, child's nurse or assist with housework. Call 2S Linden St. WANTED—General housework or dish washing. by a young colrtred girl. Call or address 1324 '» James St. WASHING and ironing to do at home. Call at 1329 Logan Ave. WANTED—Position as housekeeper. In respectable family. City preferred. Address 2210 Atlas Ave. WANTED—A young married woman wishes work to do at home during spare time; factory work preferred. Call at 3Si Forrest St., Harrisburg. , WANTED—Washing and ironing to do at home, or office cleanin.g Call at No. $25 Mahantongo St. WANTED—Young ltfdv wishes position as bookkeeper or clerical work; can furnish references. Apply »3o Mac lay street. WAXTED—Young lady would like work of any kind, cooking, housework, tak ing care of children, etc. Apply 34& S. Cameron St. WAXTED—Washing or general house work. Apply MARGRET BOLLINGER. 1313 Cowden street. WAXTED—A respectable white woman wishes position as good plain cook or as housekeeper, in or out of the city. Address MARIE WEINER, Gen eral Delivery, Harrisburg, Pa. WANTED—General housework or posi tion as waitress or child's nurse by a young girl. Apply iili) Walnut St. YOUNG GIRL desires position as child's nurse or help with housework. Ad dress or call 945 N. Seventh St. A YOUNG white girl wants general housework. CallT'nlted Phone 441Y, or House address 102 Strawberry St. WANTED—Colored girl desires position as waitress, chambermaid, or general housework. Call or address Koo>, Lib erty St. WANTED—A position taking care of children or light housework, by a girl 15 years of age. Call or address 643 S. Second street. Steelton. WANTED—A German girl would Ilk* to have a place for general house work; understands a little English. Call at 561 a Fourth St., Steelton, Pa. Waits >- ; HELP WANTED— FEMALE. | WANTED Good woman for housework. Must uu-| derstand cooking and gen-j oral housework. .Address j 3495, care Star-Independent. j COMPETENT OUUi for general house work; good wages; no washing: ref erence required. Apply 119 Pine St. Bell phone l-'4li. WANTED Experienced help. Apply Silk Mill, eorner Seeoud and North streets. AGENTS WANTED BILLY SUNDAY'S MESSAGE —Liberal terms to live men or women. Apply Wholesale Depot. So North Third, top tloor. * " -» Sail andExchangi. FOE SALE K EST AC It ANT at 25 S Second St. Har rlsburg; good trade, in good order; for particulars Inquire on premises. BIG BARGAINS In unredeemed Dia monds. Watches, Jewelry, Firearms, Musical Instruments. eU\ Cash paid for old trold and silver, Repairing u spe- ' cialtj. CITY LOAN OFFICE. 411 Mar ket street lot; SALE—At a bargain, an upright Kimbu.ll piano; good as new. Apply; at IS."> South Front St.. Steelton. Pn. FIVE-PASSENGER FORD auto body with lop; oiu- auto body suitable for painter or plumber, one market wagon, one laundrv wagon. .me platform wag on. GROOK'S WAGON SHOP. 1541 Wal nut s:. FOR SALE—'."logins out all incubators a: half pr! o. Capacity 50 to 250 eggs. Also '.'s White Leirhoms and Barred Rook pullets. Bell 507-R3. A. B. DAVIS. Penbrook. FOR SAUK —One mirror and stand com bined (old fashioned >; mirror, includ ing frame, is -? inches wide by seven feet hiffh. Call or address 10 S. 19th St.. Harrlsburg. AWNINGS, pictures, apples, wardrobe, books, i.UMieil fruit, pisserves, wood, dishes, blinds, curtains, carpets, lawn mower, oil stove, music cabinet and col. Must sell; reason death. Apply U>3 Evergreen street. FUR SALE—Tools and lixtures of a (uiint siiop. with privilege of renting building. Apply 400 Kelker St. FOR SAUK—At GABLE'S, 111-117 South Second St.; Ked Tip, Ring Point, Bliz zard, itowv Junior, Can l Slip, Giant Grip ami Always Sharp Calks. FOR SAUK—At OABLFTsTT 11-117 South Second St.. 5,000 sets new Sash. Bxlo xl 2 U. primed and glased, at $1.15 per s«'.. Alao other sizes "i Legal Court Proclamation WHF.REAS, the Hon. 3eorge Kunkel. President Judge, and Hon. Samuel J. M. McCarrell. Additional Law Judge, of Oyer and Terminer and Quarter Ses sions of the Peace of the Twelfth Ju dicial District, composed of the County of Dauphin, having issued their precept, bearing date the 10th day of February. A. D. 1915. to me directed for holding a Court Oyer and Terminer and Gen eral Jail Delivery and Quarter Ses sions of the Peace of Harrlsburg for the County "of Dauphin, and to com mence the third Monday of March. 1915, being the 15th day of March, 1915, ami to continue two weeks. Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner. Justices of the Peace, Al dermen and Constables of said County of Dauphin that they may be tnen and there In their proper persons at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. with their records. Inquisitions, exami nations and their own remembrance!, to do those things which to their of tice appertain to be done, and thost who are bound in recognizances to prosecute against the prisoners that are or thall be In the Jail of Dauphin County he then and there to prose cute against them as shall be Just. Given under my hand at Hariisburg, the 10th day of February. A. D. 191.., belnst the one hundred and thirty ninth year of Independence of ths United States. HARRY C. WELLS. Sheriff. Sheriff's Offic. Harrlsburg, Pa., February 13th. 1915. AN M AI. MBETISG Harrlsburg. Pa., February 15, 1915. Notice is hereby given that the An nual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Harrlsburg Railways Company, for the election of Directors, and the transac tion of such othen business as may come before the meeting, will be held Tuesday, the second day of March. 1915, at th» office of the Company, in the City of Harrlsburg. at 10 o'clock a. m. By order Board of Directors. J. O CONNKUU Secretary. la the Court of ('man Pleaa of Dauphla County Notice Is hereby given that an appli cation will be made to the above court on Tuesday. February 23, 1915, at ten o'clock a. m., under the "Corporation act of 1874," of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the supplements thereto, for the charter af an Intended corporation, to be called The Harrls burg Hebrew Educational Institute. The said corporation is formed for the purpose of the accumulation of a fund by means of Initiation fees, dues and assessments of Its members and appli cation of such funds for the establish ing. maintaining and carrying on a school for the training and educating the Jewish youjh in the Jewish history and religion and the Hebrew language and literature, and for these purposes to have and to possess and to enjoy all the rights, benefits and privileges of the said act of Assembly and Its sup plements. ROBERT ROSENBERG, Solicitor. A STOCKHOUDERS' MEETING of the Commonwealth Building and Uoan Association will be held on Monday evening, February 15, at the office. 18 N. Third street. Nomination of officers and other business. By order K. R. LEIB. President. J. T. W. MCLAUGHLIN, Secretary. APARTMENTS 1 Suites of 2 Rooms and Bath IN THE Reynard, 208 N. Third Street Large, light, airy, and comfortable rooms. Steam heat and constant hot and cold water sup plied. Hardwood floors; electric light; wired for tele phone service. TILED BATHROOMS. APPLY TO Commonwealth Trust Company, 222 Market Street H&rrisburg, Pa. r * j FINANCE I LIVE STOCK PRICES Philadelphia. Feb. 15.—Conditions for the week ending Saturday evening, February 13: Beef Cattle—Further quarantining and Indefinite rumors of closing up some of the stock yards for a while, demoralized the market. Arrivals were light, trade very dull and prices lower, i Ohio, Kentucky and Vtrglna cattle were somewhat neglected. Quotations: Steers —Extra higher; average hest. $8.0008.10: choice. $7.80® 7.90; good, $7.6007-70; medium, $7.40®7.50; com mon. $7.00(1 7.25; bulls. $5.00®6.25: fat. cows. $4.50115.75: thin cows, $2.75® 4.50: milch cows, common to choice, sl.". | <970; extra. SRO. Veal calves, excep- ; tional lots. $11,0t>911.50: good to choice, I SIO.OOW 10.50. medium, $5,00®9.00; com mon, s6.oo®' 7.00: southerns and barn yards, $5. ft o®7.oo. Sheep and I«amhs—Current shipments fell ott considerably and while values . showed no material change, trade was quite unsatisfactory and disappointing. Quotations: Sheep— Wethers, extra $6.75® 7.00 *holc«* $6.25® 6.50 Medium 15.001f5.50 'ommon $3.50® 4.00 Ewes, heavy fat $5.50®6.00 Lambs— Extra $9.2509.50 Good to choice $8.50® 9.00 Medium SB.OO #8.25 Common $6.00 ® b.50 llogs—l'nder the rigid quarantine in spection situation reliable rates were unobtainable. Quotations nominal. City Dressed Stock—All varieties of ! choice ami prime meats were In full supply, but active demand was lacking, values closing fairly steady. Steers. 10H@15c; heifers, 10®13Hc; tows, 8® 12c; veal CRlves, 15®lCc; ex tra calves. 17c; southerns and barn fards, 10© 12c; country dressed. 13® 14c: extra. 16c; sheep. 10®Uc; extra, wether?, 12c; lambs. 15®16c; extra lambs, 17c; hogs. 10®10',ic. Philadelphia Produce Market Philadelphia, Feb. 15.—Wheat higher: No. - red spot, export, 157® 162: No. 1 northern. Dul-tuh export. 165® 170. Corn higher; No. 2 spot, export. 81® 82: No. 2 yellow, local. 84<fi'84'i. Oats firm; No. 2 white, 65065 Bran steady; winter, per ton, $30.50® 31.00: spring. $28.00® ;.5.50. Refined sugars firm; powdered. 5.85; Tine granulated, 5.75; Confectioners' A, Butter weak; extra creamery, extra, 32: nearby prints, fancy. 35. Eggs steady; net%hy firsts, free case, 7.80: current receipts, free case, 7.65; western extras, firsts, free case, 7.80; firsts, free case, 7.65. Live poultry lower; fowls. 14® 15; old roosters. 11®11H: chickens. 12'4®15; turkeys, 14617; ducks, 16017; geese, 15 ® 17. Dressed poultry Armor: fowls, heavy, 18®20; average, 16 '. a ®IS Vt ; small. 14® ID; old roosters. 14; broiling chickens, learby. IS® 23; western, 14022; roast ,ng chickens. 17« i 18; turkeys, fancy. 22; fair to good, 18020; ducks, 12®1S; jeese. 10® 14. Potatoes weaker: Pennsylvania, per bushel, 60®63: Maine. 45050; New York, 40® 45; Jersey, per basket, 30®35. Flour nominal; winter straight, 7.25 ®7.50; spring straight, 7.000 7.25; do., patent, 7.35 0 8.50. Hay firm; No. 1 large bales, 15.50® 19.00: No. 1 medium bales, 18.50® IS.00: No. 2 do., 17.00® 18.00: No. 3 do.. 14.50® 15.50. Clover mixed, light. 17.50® 18.00; No. 1 do., 16.50® 17.00; No. 2, 15.00® 16.00. ST fITEACOUIRESHICKOK WORKS. PAYING $210,000 C«a4laued From First Pace. streets and alleys given over by the city, making about twenty acres the area already actually bought or to be ; bought. The Hickok Company announced to day that it will move to a site along *ho railroad just above Cumberland street, where it has obtained nine acres of land formerly belonging to the Heatty estate, just above the old pot tery and Pipe Bending works. To the cfMiipanv has been given a year and a half by the State in which to move, nnd it will begin the work of demolition so as to be finished by I.May 15. 1916, by which time it will 'have its entire plant removed. The new Hickok plant will cover a space of two and one-half acres.- It will l>e of modern construction, one-wtory Last and Found FOUND. FOUND—The way to end your cleaning and dyeing worries by calling either phone for Eggert's Steam Dyeing and French Cleaning Works, 1245 Market St^W^cal^n^dellver^^^^^^^^^^ LOBt.- LXSST—On New Cumberland car arriv ing at Market Square at 7.43 p. m„ Friday, a handkerchief containing $9. Liberal reward will be paid to finder If returned to MISS ANNA COOKERLY. Geary Ave., New Cumberland. LOST—During recent Ice flood a flat broke loose at Northumberland and went adrtft, had machinery on belong ing to a coal digger. Any person lo cating same please notify J. W. Snyder. Shamokln Dam, Pa., or Chag. Miles, 51» Muench 9t, Harrisburg, Pp. FOR RENT In Cameron Building 2-room suite of of fices, facing Walnut St., from March Ist. Two single (inside) rooms. Store room 103 N. Second St., from April Ist. Lodge hall, third floor. G. L. CULLMERRY Commonwealth Trust Bldg. For Rent i Desirable offices in the Union Trust Building, j A.pply Union Trust Co. v high. an<l what i 9 known as saw-tooth roof construction. It will bo built of steel an.l conereate, thoroughly fire proof.- Phvns, which are now beng pre pared. will be finished in a month by Day & Zimmerman, regarded as the loading architects in the country on this kind of work.- As soon as the plans are finished the contract for the work will he let and on completion such of the machinery of the [resent plant as can be utilized will be removed, to be add ed to by modern machinery to facili tate the manufacture of the Hiekok products. Business Started in IKIfl The Hiekok Company was founded by William O. llickok, long a promi nent man in Harrisburg's affairs, who lived to see his modest venture grow to one of the most famous plants in the country, sending its manufactures to all parts of the world.- At the start, in 1846, Mr. Hiekok used for the plant a modest frame building at North street and the railroad, but the demand for his products spread so rapidly that he kept enlarging the plant until it em braced the territory it now occupies. At first he made agriculture machin ery, ruling machines, ruling pens, school furniture and cider presses, the latter being in great demand the world over. The same may bo said of the ruling machines made by him, they being in use in every civilized country to tliis day. The many improvements to these ma chines were all of vMr. Hiekok's inven tion or the products of the brains of t'he young men who served as appren tices under him. He made it a point to encourage inventive genius in an em ploye whenever he saw an inclination in that direction. On the death of the elder Hicikok I his son, William O. Hiekok, Jr., as sumed the management of the company and retained it nntil his death when the plant was organized as a corpor ation with William Orville /Hiekok 111, as the president—a position lie now holds—and with his 'brother, Ross A. Hiekok, manager of the operations of the plant. WEEKLY BANK CLEARINGS Bradstreet's Figures for Last Week ill Harrlsburg and Other Cities Bank clearings in the United State* for the week ending February 11, as reported to Bradstreet's Journal, Now York, aggregate $2,952,290,000. against $3,296,499.00 last week and $2,838,661,000 in this week last year. C'anadnian clearings aggregate $122,- 811,00, as pgainst $125,026,000 last week and $146,582,000 in this week last year. Hollowing are the returns for this week, with percentages of change from this week last vear: New York $1',«23,4»r>,Q00 I 2.2 Chicago 2*2.038,000 I 12.0 Philadelphia. 138.582.000 I 12.8 Boston 140.246.000 D 8.8 St. Louis 7,'!.102.000 D 4.6 Kansas City, ...... 72.358.000 1 35.2 4'ittsburgh 44,758,000 I 12.1 San Krancisco 46,307,000 I 23.4 Haiti more 43.872.000 I irf.s Scronton 3,014,000 I 14.'J Heading l.nSi.ooo I 21.:. Wilkes-Barre 1,460,000 I 2.2 I/ancaat~r 1,305,000 I 15.9 Harrlsburg 1,411,000 D 28,5 Krie 895,000 York Kill,ooo I 11.7 Chester 571,000 I 14.6 9 11l FACES NEW PEIIIMS F ollowingEarthquak.es. King Emmanuel's Do main Is Threatened by Another Disaster STREAMS ARE OUT OF THEIR BANKS Vatican Quarter of Rome Generally Flooded and Waters In the Streets Around St, Peter's Have Risen to Nearly Five Feet /ty Associated Pi cas, Rome, Feb. 15, 1.36 1». M.—The flood waters in the streets around St. Peter's nave risen to a height of four leet and eleven inches. Several walls have collapsed, but without serious consequences. Home, Feb. 15, 2.65 A. M. —Italy, having just passed through a period of grave anxiety ns a result of destruc tive earthquakes, is now facing a new peril in tlio form of floods. Kvery whero streams are out of their banks, due to heavy rain storms, which 'have continued for several days. In ttho low lying quarters the people have been driven from their homes or are prisoners in the upper stories of their houses. The military authorities have taken cogniz-ince of the situation and troops have been sent to aid in res cue work and to provide food to suf ferers cut off from supplies. River Fifty Feet Out of Banks In Rome the river Tiber is more t'lian fifty feet out of its normal banks and is rising at the rate'of two inches an hour. The one bright snot in the situa tion is that tJhe weather, ugly to-day, showed signs of clearing and this gives hope that the waters will soon recede. The Leonine city, as the Vatican quar ter of Home is called, is in tihe lower •part of the town and this section is generally flooded. The water, however, has not reached the apostolic palace. Pope Benedict is taking a sympathetic interest in tihe situation and has in structed all the parish priests to display the greatest energy in aiding their dis tressed parishioners. The Pope him self spent a good deal of his time Sun day in watching the rising waters in the quarter just below the apostolic palace. Patients Removed From Hospital Two hundred patients in the hospital of Santo Spirito, near the Vatican, have been removed to upper floors of tihe building because of the flood. Some fear is expressed that the rising water may cause the building to collapse. The authorities have closed the road from Rome to the sea in which there are several deposits of carbide and lime. Some of these, through infiltration from the flooded Tiber, have already exploded and caused nearby building* to collapse. Fortunately there were no victims, as the people, forseeing dangei had left the place. St. Angelo Bridge Endangered Great anxiety is felt to-day for the famous St. Angelo bridge, originally erected by Emperor Hadrian and which connects his tomb with the city. The water is already over the pillars of the bridge and troops, engineers and fire men are at the scene doing what is possible to check the ,peril. Milos bridge, built over one hundred years before Christ, is inundated and water also sur rounds the imposing Basilion of St,. Paul's. The Siiblious bridge, the etruc ture sup-posed to have been defended by Horatus and two companions, is also under water. This is thf oldest bridgo in Rome, having been built in the year 639 B. C. Bridges Closed to Traffic The bridges which have shown signs of weakness have been closed to traffic. Many houses in the immediate neigh borhood of St. Peter's have from three to four feet of waiter in the lower stories and the inhabitants were obliged to remove their possessions to tho up per floors. The floods have turned the low lying quarters of the city into a second Venice,,as the streets are now all water ways ami boats are the only means of progression. BURGLAR ENTERS PUBLIC LIBRARY AND STEALS S3Q 1 Continued From First Pag*. o'clock last night, the poiice hu-pe to clear up numerous recent robberies on Allison Hill. It is alleged Williams hail several pipes anil some smokers' sup plies in hi? pocket, and' tolmeco dealers who have been robbed have been asked to come to Police Headquarters to try and identify the property. The Stonesifer place was entered be fore through a broken window. The in truder had pried off a board which was over tihe window. Patrolman McFarlaud says hip found Williams in the place and placed him under arrest. The fifth robbery of the night was reported to the police by R. L. Clouser, of 1307 Walnut street. Entrance was guin'cd to that house through a back window and the hi iges of the safe were removed. The thief ram9aekod the place but, so far as Clouser could learn this morning, nothing uf value was ta ken.