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The Star-Independent Gives Away 2 Orpheum Tickets Daily The Name of the Person to Whom They Will Be Awarded To-day Is Somewhere Among the Classified Ads On This Page Perhaps you are the lucky person. Look until you find out. If you Qfet th- tickets please call for them before 8 o'clock to-morrow evening or they will be forfeited. (These names are drawn from the Directory by a blindfolded girl.) Rial Estate REAL EBTATE FOB KENT H54 LEXINGTON ST.. Harrisburg; 9- room house with bath, front porch and all conveniences. Rent S2O. Ap ply by Bell phone 155. Steelton, Pa, IX) R RENT— No. 536 S. Seventeenth St $20.00 No. 1524 Catherine St 115.00 No. 1019 S. 21% at SIO.OO No. 2107 Greenwood St SB.OO J. E. GIPPLE. 1251 Marked St. FOR RENT—A new live-room house for rent; six dollars If attend to stock. In a sv»burban town, near Harrisburg. Address E. M. KAPP, West Falrvlew, Pa. FOR RENT—On Main St.. Camp Hill. 7-room house, with all Improvements, furnace in cellar, stationary range. Ap ply W. H. STOUFFESR. Cumberland St., Cajnp Hill. Pa., or Box 146. FOR RENT—From April 1. 3-story brick dwelling. 247 Hummel St., Har risburg; 1# rooms, bath, and all modern Improvements; rent S2O. JOHN O'BRIEN, 41 S. Second St., Steel ton. FOR RENT —A three-story frame house with bath; bakery in the rear; side entrance. 1637 N. Seventh St. Apply F. E. HOCK.ER, 1713% N. Third St., City. $3» BROAD —11 large rooms, all im provements: successfully used for boarding house; rent cheap. Inquire office, 429 Broad street, or 1631 N. Sec ond. Bell phone 413 R. FOR RENT—House. 7 rooms; rent $lO. Front and side porches, garden plot. Above West Fairview. along the river from; fine location; possession at once. Inquire GEORGE R ALLEMAN, 245 S. Thirteenth St.. Harrisburg. Bell phone 2»04. FOR RENT—9O4 and 906 Capital street; refitted throughout; modern improve ments, including use of stewm heat; for nominal rental. HENRY FINK'S SONS' ESTATE, 320 Forster St FOR RENT —Two reserved tickets were awarded to-day to R. Watt Webster, $24 Crescent St.. good for the evening performance at the Orpheum. February 23, 1915. Call for tickets at Star-Inde pendent office, before 8 p. m„ February 2i. 1916, or they will be forfeited. FOR RENT —Room, 3,500 square feet floor space; suitable for storage or light manufacturing purposes. Inquire J. E. RHOADS, Cowden and Forster streets. FOR RENT— -1316 Market—apts. S3O and $35 1330 Derry—apts. $35.00 13th and Derry—apta, ...... ..$27.50 1216 Market—Apts $22.50 1146 Derry—house $22.50 1447 BerrvhlU—house. $2i.50 745 &, 19th—house, new. .....$20.50 2336 Ellersly—houses new (13.50 415 Hummel—house, %18.50 sllß Derry—house, . SIB.OO 143$ Vernon—house. $12.00 1617 A Compass—house $ll.OO HARVEY T. SMITH. Real Estate and Insurance, 204 S. 13th. Bell phone 248 M. TWO HOUSES for rent at sl7 and S2O respectively. Also several houses for eale on easy payments. Think this mat ter over and act. BELL, REALTY CO., Bergner Building. FOR RENT—Houses with all Improve ments, at moderate rental* J. E. 1 GIPPLE, 1251 Market SC FOR RENT—AII improve ments — 1614 Catherine, $16.00 530 S. Eighteenth, .. .$18.50 Apply Kulin & Hershey, 18 South Third street REAL ESTATE WANTED WANTED —Acreage, farm, city or town property, suitable for subdivision into email farms or lots. Land brings more 1 when cut up and handled by our up-to date methods. We are fully equipped j to subdivide and sell real estate at , auction on commission in all parts of ' the United States. We turn real es- j tate, residence lots or farms Into cash quickly. Write us. Our representa- , tlve will inspect your property. We i also exchange Washington City invest- , ment property for residence, farm or ; timber land. National Real Estate and j Auction Company, 1024 Woodward Bldg., j Washington t Js i _C^__ ' APARTMENTS FOB RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT ' Third floor apartment, at Walz dorf, six rooms, bath and pantry; all very light, city steam, facing Capitol. Inquire 400 North street. FOR RENT One flve-room housekeeping apart- i ment. number 520 A South Thirteenth etreet. Apply Penna. Realty and Im provement Co- 132 Locust St. FOR RENT l —Apartments at southeast | corner Fourth and Peffer streets. All conveniences at reasonable rent Out- I side porch. Apply B. F. UMBERGER, i 108 N Second St.. or 427 Peffer 3t I UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT BUILT especially for light housekeep ing. with or -without kitchenettes; ! rooms strictly private; stoves furnished free; laundry, phone and bath room j privileges; private lockers for surplus furniture. Inquire office (or see jani- , tor, same building), 429 Broad street 1 (Sunday inspection invited.) NEW HOUSES BELLEVUE PARK TWBKTY-KBRST STREET AND HILLSIDE ROAD HILLSIDE AND VINEYARD ROADS Now Ready For Inspection t'l»», ■■■■nail}' well built, livable houari modern la •«>le—maplete la detail aad aalah—a ad every »P-«o-da«r eeavealeact. Miller Brothers & Co. FEDERAL SQUARE OPP. POST OFFICE . t <1 •. w ; j . •' '*'*** ■ **• . - * ••\ ; • HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 1915. y Real Estate d REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. (28) ACRES ($1200) 1 One of Largest Carpet Mills In Penn sylvania. Iron (and) Steel Works, (3) j trolley lines (4) railroads (90) trains ! dnily. City market only (3) mile to ' dandy (28) acre farm with (2) story i6> 1 i room home, large windows and cellar. 1 Hank barn and outbuildings. Can have 1 running spring water —apples, plums. ' cherries, peaches. quinces, pears, grapes. ($100) fruit last year. Horse (cow) four hogs (40) chickens, wagon, buggy, harness, ton hay. ton straw (20) bushel oats (251 bushel corn (price) • everything only ($1600). (70) ACRfIBS ($1800) Edge (of) City Market. Larse (Stovel Works. Machine Shops, Foundries *2O» passenger trains daify. Home (Barn) ' outbuildings (15) acres good woodland. • Land mostly level Southern exposure, spring water and creek. Apples, cher ' ries, peaches, quinces, pears, grapes and plum trees. Last year (1000) busncl of fruit. Ton straw, ton hav (25) bushel oats (50) bushel corn (2) horses (cow) ' two hogs (50) chicken? (guineas) ducks (geese) and machinery. (Remember) ' only ($2500). (100) ACRES ($3500) , Here you are—Great Bargain. Only ; (mile) to large Market between (2) ; cities of (30.000) population paying ($350,000) monthly. Buildings mostly ' new and painted last year. Stone spring house at Fine White Home with porch (30) feet long. (16) acres (woodland) valued ($1200) and (600) choice fruit , trees. (i) horses (3) cows (6) hogs (70) chickens (9) ton hay (10) ton straw (100) bushel oats (120) bushel . corn (Everything) only ($4200). Handy to Trolley. GEORGE B. OSTRANDER : Danville Telephones Sunbury Mornings (7 to S) Evenings : WHY NOT get a list of properties which we are offering for sale. Some deslr . able properties are offered at reduced . price. BELL REALTY' CO., Bergner ! Building. • FOR SALE—Several properties at an attractive price, with little cash need . ed. Now is the lime to buy. Consider it , and get particulars. BELL REALTY' CO., Bergner Building. CONFECTIONERY BUSINESS for sale well equipped; good location; rent reasonable. Also good grocery store for eale at inventory. Full information ■ at our offices. BELL REALTY CO., t Bergner Building. . FOR SALE—Homes at Riverside, at i prices $2250, $2500 and S2BOO. Electric ' ; lights, steam heat and all improve ments; also building lots at Penorook, i Paxtang and Riverside for sale. For terms apply to S. HALDEMAN & CO.. Carpenters and Builders, 3i.22 N". Sixth St. Carpenter repair work promptly at tended to. Estimates cheerfully fur | nished by calling Bell phone 2622J3. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT HOUSES FOR RENT and 2 %-story dwelling houses for sale. Elder Heal Estate Co., 24th and Derry Sts. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. i FOR RENT—New furnished front rooms facing Capitol Park; stationary wash stands, hot and cold running water' electric light in each room; also use of phone and large bath. Apply 410 North street I STORE ROOMS FOR RENT , FOR RENT —Store room at 11 N. Fourth street, now occupied by Pollock's Gro cery; 21% feet front by 76 deep. Pos session April 1. possibly sooner. Apply i^SCHONDOßF^^^^^Fourtl^St^^^ APARTMENTS WANTED WANTED—By April Ist 4 or 5-room apartment: unfurnished; or house keeping rooms* by couple without chil dren. References exchanged. Address D. 3467, care Star-Independent. * > Sala and Exchange ; FOR SALE FOR SALE—One Cyphers Buffalo incu- ; bator, 120-egg; one brooder; one coop; one double heater. All in first class condition. Apply to JOHN H. HOUDE ; SHEL, 316 North Second St., Steelton, ; I Pa. j C. w. H. LAXGLBTI, I.umber—We are overstocked with all kinds and , grades of lumber and we can offer you ! big bargains. It will pay you to see us. OtHce Cameron and Mulberry Sts. FOR SALE—One sls Victrola and 2S ! : records. Address B. F. 8., 1216 State 1 street. ! 1912 REO TOURING CAR, has just : been overhauled, electric lights; will I demonstrate. No reasonable offer re fused. ROBERTS & HOIN, 334 Chest nut St., Harrisburg, Pa. I RESTAURANT at 23 S Second St. Har | risburg, good trade, in good order; for particulars inquire on premises. FOR SALE —At GABLE S, 111-117 South Second St; Red Tip, Ring Point, Bliz zard, Rowe Junior, Can't Slip, Giant Grip and Always Sharp Calks. FOR SALE—At GABLE'S. 111-117 South Second St. 5.000 sets new Sash, Bxlo ' xl 2 U, primed and glazed, at $1.15 per I set Alio other sixes Waifs HELP WANTED—MALB I WANTED —At once; young m»J> for au tomobile business. Rig pay, We make i , you expert in ten weeks by mall. Pay i' us ufter we secure you position. Cen , tury Automobile Institute. Los Angeles. . I CaX , i $2,500 ANNUALLY. Co-operate with me , i evenings at home. Everything tur . , pished. Don't worry about capital. . 1 Boyd H, Brown, Omaha. N'ebr. SBO MONTHLY and expenses to travel, I distribute samples and take orders cr i Appoint agents; permanent .lap-Amer ; lean Co.. Ogden «<c Taylor, Chicago. : WOULD $l5O monthly interest you? if ! so select your county for that rc ' markable seller, Anti-Thief Combination \ ; Automobile Switch Lock; thief proof; no . ; oinpetitlon; you should easily earn this, i [ then some. Send for contract. Antl- I | Thief Lock Co.. Dept 194, Indianapolis. | RAILWAY Mall clerks, carriers wanted I —Life positions; examination May Ist. i Pay for Instructions after you receive • position plan. Apply Liberty Institute, . j Rochester, N. Y. MANUFACTURING house wants repre sentatives for appliance to reduce gas , ! expenses. Send stamp for enrly reply. | : Duplex Mfg. CO.. Braddock. Pa. ! ARMY OF UNITED STATES. MEN : i WANTED: Ablebodled unmarried ' men between age of 18 and 35: citizens [ of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read j and write the English language, tor information apply to Recruiting Officer, . Bergner Building, 3d & Market sts„ I Hntrisburc. t" N. Queen St.. Lancaster, ! 353 Pine St, Willlamsport, 37 W. Mar- I ket St., York, or 113 Independence St. .-humokln, Pa. II ARE YOU a real live salesman, between the ages of 27 and 40 years? If so. . | let me interest you in a proposition ! which will pay you from $25 to S4O per 1 | week, with chance of advancement i Must furnish best of reference and bond. 1 Apply In person to JEWEL TEA CO., i 69 | Broad street. I WANTED—A first class barber for steady work. Address No. 3466, care ; | Star-Independent. 1 j AUTO transportation school wants men to become practical chauffeurs and ! earn $75 to SIOO per month. We give a ' thorough course to crude and practical i work for $35.00, No. 5 N. Cameron; 1 j Bell phone 1710. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Lady traveler for 1915. Ex perience unutcessarv. Salary, com mission and expense allowance to right I lady. Mcßrady & Co.. Chicago. LADIES—Make shields at home; SIO.OO per 100. No canvassing required. Send stamped-nddrenseii envelope for full particulars. Eureka Co.. Dept. I 112 D. Kalamazoo. Mich. DO you want another $2 daily? No experience; constuut spare time work knitting hosiery, niacin. ies furnished o:i contract; we take product Helping • Hand Stores (Inc.), Chicago. II LADIES—Earn $2.40 a dozen making ' handkerchiefs, home business; expe rience unnecessary. Mail dime for pat tern. instructions. Homework, 198, Al j toona, Pa. | LADIES—Make aprons at home: niate- J rial sent postp-aid: no canvassing; | send 10c silver for pattern and particu lars. Weils Co., 715 Main St., Fort Madison, lowa. LADIES GENTLEMEN Write and copy letters at home: spare time; good income, if you are ambitious. Ap ply with stamped self-addressed enve lope for quick answer. Advance Copy Co., Box 652. Chicago. LETTER writing, spare time, at home; ladies wanted, any locality; good pay; experience unnecessary. For informa tion send gelf-addressed stamped enve lope. Mutual Form Co., Box 642, Chi cago. GIRL WANTED for kitchen helper. Reference required. Apply to cook at , Engineers' Club, 31 South Front St., i Chestnut street entrance. IWANTED iris over 16 years of age to learn cigar I making. Paid while learn ing. Apply at Harrisburg | Cigar Company, 500 Race street. I WANTED Experienced help. Apply Silk Mill, corner Second I and North streets. WANTED Good woman ! for housework. Must un i derstand cooking and gen eral housework. Address 3495, care Star-Independent. SALESMEN WANTED. SALESMEN WANTED—Experience un- ! necessary, easy work, big pay. Write for large list of openings offering op portunities to earn SIOO to SSOO a month while you learn. Address nearest office. Dept. 245. National Salesmen's Training Association. Chicago. New York, Kan> sas City, San Francisco. SALESMEN: Business Is rapidly im proving and calendar and specialty salesmen are making big money. Big gest January ever known. We want several more salesmen, must be over 25 years of age, only experienced produc ers considered. Commissions paid week ly. We want you. Write us at once. Sentinel Printing Co., Established 1822, Indianapolis, Ind. SALESMEN wanted for our artistic line of advertising fans. They sell to all classes of trade. Samples free. Cus soni, May & Co., Inc.. Glen Allen, Va. WANTED—Salesman to sell our well known Una of Red Cross Cider and Temperance Drinks in small country towns only. Commission 25 per cent and weekly drawing account of $35.00. Red Crosa Company, Dept A, St Loirlu. Mo. SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. YOUNG colored lady wants work as sec ond girl, child's nurse or assist with housework. Call 28 Linden St WANTED—General housework or dish washing. by a young colored girl. Call or address 1824% James St WASHING and Ironing to do at horn*. Call at Isss Logan Ave, Wants | AGENTS WANTED i AGENTS—SOO per cent, profit Free samples; gold slgrt letters for stores and office window*. Anyone can put on. Metallic Letter Co.. 437 N. Clark, Chi cago. | : AGENTS—Something n«w; fleetest sell ers and quickest repeaters on earth. ! Permanent, profitable business; good for SSO to $75 a week. Address American Products Co., 1604 Third St.. Cincinnati. WANTED—Responsible representative In each county; new combination; 13 i tools in 1. Sells at sight to farmers, teamsters, fence builders etc. Weighs 24 lbs., lifts 3 tons, hoists, stretches wire, pulls posts. Many other uses; free sample to active agents; eajy work; big profits; one agent's profit $45.50 in one day. Another SI,OOO In • December. 1914. We start you. Write i to-day for big color plate. Quick ac ' tion secures exclusive sale. Harrah Mfg. Co., Box H-20, Bloomfleld, Ind. ! .WASH CLOTHIKB WITHOUT RUBBING —Our Tablet makes clothes cleaner and whiter without rubbing than Is ; possible by the old way. Saves work, i time and clothes. Contains no acid, lye, potash, lime or caustic soda. (Juar anteed will not Injure the finest fabric. ; A splendid agents' proposition—every sample makes a permanent customer — . big profits. Write for free sample and terms. Naptha Washing Tablet Co. , (Inc.). 714 S. Dearborn St.. Chicago. 111. AGENTS now taking orders for early spring delivery are doing big busi ness; patented improvements make handy grass trimmer better than ever. This marvelous machine cuts grass where the mower won't go; sells for 13.00. Big profit for agent; write for territory and proposition. J. A. Kress, | Canton, Ohio. ' WANTED—Representatives with small capital: make increasing regular in i come handling staple product of fast ; growing demand. Manufacturers' agents especially wanted. Address 400 Hoffman Bldg., Baltimore. Md. AGENTS—If I had your name I could show you how to earn $25 to SSO weekly. Greatest seller in years. Over 700.000 sold in last six months. Every housewife will buy on sight. Postal brings llheral proposition and free sam ple. Address Manufacturer. 1 Union Square. New York. BIL.LT SUNDAY'S MESSAGE—LiberaI terms to live men or women. Apply Wholesale Depot, 25 North Third, top floor. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE. WANTED—Colored boy. aged 21, would like work In private family; learn to run a car; good reputation. Call 349 Relly St. WANTED—Man wants work In a stor« or as Janitor, or work In private fam ily. Apply 70 South Cameron St WANTED —work of any kind; experi enced chauffeur; understands automo biles; address or call 209 N. Second St, Steelton, Pa. YOUNG married man would like posi tion as chauffeur; eight years' experi ence; can do own repairing. Address or call 124 Strawberry Ave. TWO carpenters want work at once; lirst class finishers. Address JACOB SANDEKS. Swatara station. Pa. WANTED—Position as collector, solici tor or driving team; experienced; would be pleased to have Interview with any person needing my services. Ad dress 130S N. Third St., City, or Bell phone 1685 R. Ask for W. E. M. YOUNG married man, experienced In grading work of all kinds, under stands the handling of men; would con sider any offer. Address or call 443 North St., Harrisburg, Pa. BOOKKEEPER, cashier (28), desires position; ten years' experience; sin gle and double entry; excellent pen man; VI references; capable pf taking full charge. Address B. ENGEL* 3U4 Chestnut St WHITE BOY. 16 years of age, would like to learn barber trade. Apply 1114 N. Cameron St, Harrisburg, Pa. WANTED—By a young colored man, work of any kind. Apply 209 N. Sec ond St.. Steelton, Pa. WANTED—Married man wishes posi tion as clerk In factory or store, or In shipping or receiving department; can give good reference and bond. Address J. 1825 Briggs street. Bell phone 2955W, City. COLORED MAN would like home with a family in the country or suburbs; honest and a good worker. Write or call at 903 Sarah avenue. J. WARN. SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. YOUNG WOMAN desires position aa housekeeper lu small adult family. Address 34G8. care Star-Independent. WANTED—White girl desires position to do general housework. Apply 1022 Market street. Room 2. WANTED—Young girl wishes carpet rags to sew. Call Bell phone 473 J. PLAIN SEWING wanted, to do at home. Apply 1213H N. Sixth St.. City. GERMAN woman wants general house work. Apply 493 Molin street, or P. O. box 146, Steelton, Pa. A YOUNG LADY wants general house work or will keep house for widower. Address 811 James Ave. WANTED —A middle-aged lady desires a position as maternity nurse. 1443 Vernon St. WANTED—MiddIe-aged lady wishes day's work of any kind. Call or ad dress 2005 N. Seventh St. EXPERIENCED dining room girl wants work. Call 418 Market street. WANTED—Position of any kind, or housekeeping in a widower's family, by middle-aged lady with 10-year-old flrl. Address MRS. E. BRANDT. West alrvlew, Pa. WHITE GIRL wants work of any kind; sleep at home; would like Saturday and Sunday afternoons off. Call or ad dress MISS RESD. 1527 Wallace St WANTED—By a colored lady, day's work, dish washing or child's nurse. Call 517 Shaffer avenue. WANTED—By young colored girl, dish washing In hotel. Apply 519 Shaffer Ave. . RELIABLE and experienced worker wants Ironing or cleaning by the day. Address MISS S. L., (10 N. Second St. EXPERIENCED LADY would like to have a situation for upstairs work or plain cooklnx; not out of city limits. Address 12} N. Front St, Columbia, Pa. —* Death aid Obitiary DIED. MARKS—On February 18, 1915, Samuel A. Marks. Sr.. at his home, 414 Herr street. Funeral services Sunday evening at 6.30 o'clock, at the above address. The services will be In charge of the Rev. Mr. (Jottsch-all. of York, interment will he made at Lewistown, Monday morn ing. STROCK—On Thursday. February IS, 1914, a-t S o'clock, Mary A. Strock. at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mowery. steelton, aged 74 years. Funeral on Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock, from the residence of her son. S. G. Zearfoss, No. 626 Muench street. I Funeral private. Interment in Baldwin j cemetery, Steelton. Pa. ■V Miscellaneous FURNITURE PACKING PACKING—'A. H. SHRENK. 1906 North Sixth street first class packer of fur- I nlture, china and brieabrae. Sell phune 399 W. _ W. J. WEXRICH. 33? Hamilton street— Furniture, chii.a j.ui , packing. I Ship.Ktnis louUuo aitcr al ouih ends. Also all Kiuus ui hauling. Bell phone 3227 W. hi,, MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED —One horse to care for and board; best attention. Stable 1416 Thompson Ave., with latest sanitary equipment. Apply The Uardner-Uap tisti Co.. Third and Chestnut. TO OBTAIN REST at night use Lung Saver, The Good Cough Syrup. Hood for old as well as young; also good for croup. Ask your grocer. * PERSONAL LADIES—When delayed or irregular, use Triumph Pills; always depend j able. "Relief" and particulars free. Write National Medical Institute, Mil waukee. Wis. OLD COINS OLD COINS WANTED —$50 paid for 1553 half dollar, no arrows; $5 for 15.5 halt. S mint; SIOO for 18U4 Dime, S mint. Many valuable coins circulating. Send now 4c. (Jet our Coin Cirouiur. May mean large proms to you. Numis matic Bank. Dept. 30. Ft. Worth, Tex. STORAGE STORAGE in 3-story brick buiidlng, rear 408 Market St Household gootis in clean, private rooms. Reasonable rates. Apply to P. G. DIENER, Jeweler, 408 Market Sat HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two new eight-story brick warehouses, one aosolutely fireproof, divided into fireproof private rooms of various sizes for the storage of household goods; the other warenousi of the most approved typo of fire reiardant ccn utruction for general merchandise. Tiiey are equipped with two large electric freight elevators and spiral cnute for the quick and safe handling of house hold goods and all kinds of merchan dise. Low storage rattfc. South Second street, near Paxton, on the tracks of Peiina. it It PIANO MOVING PIANO moving by experts. WINTER PIANO CO., 23 N. Fourth St. Call 146. Bell phone. MC fiEVTOLOAN MOST MONEY LOANED—On Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Firearms, Musical Instruments. Highest cash prices for old gold and silver. Repairing a spe cialty. CITY LOAN OFFICE. 411 Mar ket street ANY person needing money in amounts from $5 to SSO holding a salaried po sition, would be benefited by calling on us. Employes' Discount Co., 36 North Third St LOANS—SS to S2OO for honest working people without bank credit at less than legal rates; payable in install ments to suit borrowers' convenience. CO-OPERATIVE Loan and Investment Co.. 204 Chestnut St ALL KINDS OF HAULING ALL kinds of hauling; large two-ton truck; furniture pianos, freight in the city and suburbs. Prices reason able. Picnic and pleasure trips, day or .evening. WM. H. DARE, 1453 Vernon 'St Bell phone 3517 J. Lest and Found FOUND. FOUND—The way to end your cleaning and dyeing worries by calling either Phone for lCggert's Steam Dyeing and 'rench Cleaning Works, 1245 Market St^W|^cal^n^del^er^^^^^^^^^^ LOST. LOST—A T. O. Fraternity pin, between Brlggs street and Market Square, on Third street, or on Third street car. Reward If returned to M. G. WOLBERT, 301 Briggs street. FRIEDMAN WINS CONTEST Sealers HUB Close After First I.amber ton Oratorical Price * By a close margin Sidney Friedman, a senior of the Central High school, won the first prize of five dollars In the annual Lamberton oratorical con test held in the High School auditorium yesterday afternoon. The other three prizes were awarded George Fox. Sam uel Froehlich and William Bingham. The subject of the oration was "Frank lin as a Diplomat" The entertainment was arranged In the form of a Joint Lincoln and Wash ington birthday program. Music was furnished by the choir, orchestra and the girl's glee club. The Judges for the contest were the Rev. Dr. Clayton Albert Smucker, the Rev. Dr. William N. Yates and Arthur Hull. FINANCE PRICES WERE DEPRESSED TO LOWEST LEVELS TO-DAY Declines In Short Stock Market Ses sion Ranged From One to Almost Two Points In I<eading Issues— The Closing Heavy By Associated Press. New York, Feb. 20.—Prices were depressed to the lowest level of the current movement during to-day's short stock market session, declines rai ging from 1 to almost 2 points in leading issues. The selling was all in thu first hour, however, with substan tial recovery in the later dealings. ; Miscellaneous specialties also woro af fected by the early depression, with declines to new minimus. Conditions were further aggravated by renewed weakness in foreign exchange and the grain markets. The closing was heavy. U. S. Steel was offered in round amounts and other leaders showed signs of renewed liquidation, Union Pa cific, Canadian Pacific, Reading and I Amalgamated Copper falling a poiat or I more. The approach ofthe double holi- I day, with its attendant uncertainties I in the foreign situation, was again the j outstanding feat'.re. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS. Furnished by H. W. Suavely, Broker. Arcade Building, Walnut and Court Streets New York, Feb. 20, 1915. Open Close Alaska Gold Mines 27% 28 Amalgamated Copper, .... 32% 32 ! American Beet Sugar 3714 37 American Can 27% -714 American Car and l-'dy,... 42 42 j American Cotton Oil 45 45% Am -rican Ice Securities, .. 24 24 American Smelting 61% 61% j American Sugar ...104 102 American Tel. and Tel 118% 118% i .Anaconda 45 45 I Atchison 96% 96% Baltimore and Ohio 67 67 : Bethli hem Steel 55% 55% Brooklyn R. T 86 85% iCentral leather 33% 33 : Chi.. Mil. and St. Paul,... 85% 85 It'hino Con. Copper, 35 35 Col. Fuel and Iron 24 23% Consol. Gas ....116% 116% Distilling Securities, .... 10% 10% I'lrie, first preferred 34% 34% General IClectrlc Co 141 *4 141% Goodrich B. l'\ 30% 30% Great Northern 'preferred.l 14% 114% Great Northern Ore, subs,. 49% 49% | Interboro-Met 11 % 11% [ do. preferred 134% 134% 'Lehigh Valley 130% 130% Mexican Petroleum 63% 64 Missouri Pacific 10% 11 I Nevada Consol. Copper,.. 12% 12 New York Central S3 83 Northern Pacific 10% 10% Pennsylvania It. R„ 105 104% Pittsburgh Coal 19% 19% Press Steel Car 29 28 Ray Con. Copper 16% 16% Reading 141% 141% Southern Pacific 83 83% Southern Railway 15 15 Texas Company 27 % 27% Union Pacific 118% lis IT. S. Rubber 53% 53% U. S. Steel 41% 41% do. preferred .'lO4 104 Utah Copper 51 % 51 Western Union Telegraph, 62% 62% Westing-house Mfg 66% 66 , Philadelphia Closing Prices Philadelphia, l-'eb. 20.—Stocks closed steady: ; Cambria Steel. 41% I Uake Superior, asked, 9 ' l.ehish Navigation 75% ' I<ehigh Valley 65% ; P. R. R 52 7-16 j Philadelphia Company, asked,.. 32 I do. preferred, asked 32 i Philadelphia Rapid Transit. .... 10 Reading 70% Storage Battery 48 Union Traction, asked, 36 17. G. 1 82 U. S. Steel 41% Philadelphia Produce Market Philadelphia, Feb. 20.—Wheat lower; No. 2 red spot, export, 158®163; No. 1 northern, Duluth export, 166®171. Corn lower; No. 2 spot, export, 78@79. Oats weak; No. 2 white. 64064%. Bran easier; spring, per ton, 27.50® 28.00. Refined sugars firm! powdered, 5.85; fine granulated, 5.75; Confectioners' A. Butter firm; western creamery, ex tra, 32; nearby prints, fancy, 35. Fggs firm; nearby firsts, free case, 8.70; current receipts, free case, 8.55; western extra firsts, free case, 8.70; firsts, free case, 8.55. 1,1 ve poultry steady; fowls, 14%#15%; old roosters, 11®11%; chickens, 13@16; turkeys, 15®17; geese. 12®16. Dressed poultry ea.sier; fowls, 18%® 19%; average, 16%@18%; small, 14® 16; old roosters, 14; broiling chickens, aearby, 18®23; western, 14@22; roast ing chickens, 17@20; turkeys, fancy, 22; lair to good, 18&20; ducks, 12 (Q> 18; geese. 10® 14. Potatoes weaker; Pennsylvania, per bushel, 60® 63; Maine, 45® 50; New York, 40®45; Jersey, per basket, 30®35. Flour nominal; winter straight, 7.25 ©7.50; spring straight, 7.00®7.25; do., patent, 7.35®8.50. Hay firm; No. 1 large bales, 18.50® 19.00; No. 1 medium bales, 18.50®19.00; No. 2 do., 17.00® 18.00; No. 3 do., 14.50® 15.50. Clover mixed, light, 17.30®18.00; No. 1 do.. 16.50®17.00; No. «. 16.00® 16.00. Chicago Live Stock Market Chicago, Feb. 20.—Hogs—Receipts. 20.000; light; strong. Others weak. Bulk. 6.40®6.50; light, email@example.com; mix ed. 6.30®6.50; heavy, 6.10®6.45; rough, 6.10®6.25; pigs. 5.2u®6.50. Cattle —Receipts. 200; steady. Native steers, 5.25#8.50; western, 4.80®7.35; cows and heifers, 3.40®7.60; calves, 7.00 ® 10.50. Sheep—Receipts 10,000; steady. Sheep, 6.40&7.25; yearlings, i.25®7.90; lambs, firstname.lastname@example.org. WEEKLY BANK CLEARINGS Bradstreet's Figures for Last Week in Harrlsburg and Other Cities Bank clearings in the United States for the week ending February 18, as reported to Bradstreet's Journal, New York, aggregate $2,975,532,000, against $2,952,070,000 last week and $3,455,843,000 in this weefc last year. Canadian clearings aggregate $122,- 262,000, as against $122,811,000 last week and $144,482,000 in this week last year. Following are the returns for 11 " 1 "A Discussion of The Present Business and Financial Trend" We have just prepared under this name a pamphlet, which in a simple and concise way discusses questions of moment to those whose business or in vestments have been affected by the war now in progress. Send far Pamphlet Na. M-iU A. B. Leach & Co. Investment Securities 149 Broadway, New York Chic*** Philadelphia Buffalo Boston Baltimore London Before March 1,1915 All Individuals having a year ly net income of $3,000 or over must make their annual report to the Treasury Department. You will find our new Income Tax Record Book of material assistance in preparing: your yearly Income Tax Report. The Book contains Interpreta tions of the law as applied to the Individual, as well as pages for the classifying and record ing of all sources of income. Stnl upon request for Booklet 0-41 N. W. Halsey & Co. 1421 Chestnut St., Philadelphia New York Chicago Sen Fr«ncl§ea Boston Baltimore St. Lonls For Rent Desirable offices in the Union Trust Building. Apply. Union Trust Co. l * FOR SALE A knitting factory; all Improve ments; electric power; two-story frame; steam heat, well lighted; equipped with the latest knitting and sewing machinery. Possession given at once. We will rent If party would be Interested In the manu facturing of ladles' garments. Information Wanted—Call Bell phon. 74, Steelton. Pa., or M. R. ALLEMAN 140 S. FRONT STHKEf STEEL.TON. PA. FOR SALE Look here! Do yon want to buy a new home? Go to 626 to 630 Geary St. I am just finishing four three story brick, mansard roof houses, with wide front and back porches and balcony. Bay windows, grano lithic pavement and steps; cemented cellar, hot and cold waiter in cellar. Parlor and dining room, large kitoh on, live bed rooms and bath, six largo i-lose-ts, vestibule and open stairways. Gas and electric lights. Parlor and dining room finished floors. No houses in the city for the price ask ed. Buy now and you can select papfcr to suit. Go to see them at once, before too late. The price will surprise you. F. H. Hantzman Oilier <IOO Brlgga St. this week, with percentages of change from this week last year: New York $1,608,946,000 D 17.4 Chicago 298,706,000 1) 17.4 Philadelphia, 140,810,000 D 20.9 Boston 140,242,000 D 6.2 »t. Kansas City 74,397,000 I 43.8 Pittsburgh 43,944,000 D 18.5 San Krancisco 19,999,000 D 15.5 Baltimore 35,184,000 T 4.7 Scranton 2.701,000 D 15.3 Reading 1,544,000 D 13.4 Wilkes-Barre J,474,000 I 12.7 Lancaster 1,324,000 D 9.5 Marrlsburg 1,667,000 1 21.2 Krle 9.",4,0(10 D 5.4 . York 778,000 1) 12.7 Chester 671,000 V 15.6 Good Advice. A man advertised recently In a Lon don paper to forward on receipt of postage stamps "sound practical ad vice that would be applicable at any time and to all persons and conditions of life." On receipt of the stamps he sent Ills numerous victims the following; "Never give a boy a penny to hold your shadow while you climb a tree to look into the middle of next week." Repudiated. "I am a self made man." said Mr. Cumrox. "Didn't your jvlfe have something to do with your career?" "She used to say so. But after see ing how I behaved in society she ro fusee to take any of the blame."- Waahtngton Star.