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IHH Balmy Spring Days In "| SPRING SUITINGS *1 mkQE TO AR9ER H| $ J Eji22UP 500 Siyitt to Select From | |||. I have not been content with merely |9M securing the newest spring suitings— ill but have demanded in them tons and quality that marks them as exclusive MySSywSH at once. LOU BAUM 13 M. Fourth NEWS OF THE S CENTRAL HIGH GIRLS MEET CMBEOURG CO-EDS Fast Game in Chestnut Street Audi torium This Evening—Scrubs to Play Camp Curtin Grammar—Boys Go to Altoona • j To- w U v ail-girls' night at the ( hestiKir street auditorium, when the Centrj H „ team and the s< n A.s v. « ... ,i double attraction. The first team will pia / the Chambers b .:_ li . **o-e is and the scrubs w I l»l®y the Catap Curtin Grammar s■: ol five The c::ls' .atf.e was postponed last week on a seount of the death of Prof. Steele, j -:u. :; al . f roe High aehoo!, at;.l at th.it :.::ie both the boys ami the ._ r s were sche ~uen to play. The bovs w l j.lav •:» lirst with the A'.-, toona H'u school to-night at Altooua. The postpone*! ga:r.e with th.s team in Ilarri.* urg will likely be played iu the • -"nut street auditorium Wednesday. •Mareii 31. Rote and Ford will play forwards: Winn, .-enter; Binjrnam and Reed, guards and Houti. tirst substi tute. will take the Altoona tr.p. The Centra! girls had improved since the opening game at Chambers burg. waec they lust bv a decisive score, and expect in to-night's game to even the score with that team. The tirs: game will start at S oloek. The lineup: Ch&mbersburg. Central. Baker F Melville Per.s.nger F Karnskv Hoffman C Rauch Burger G Richards Oyler G Rote I CLASSIC WAR POEMS Selected by J. Howard Wert \ . Ko 2 « ARNOLD WINKELRIED BY JAMES MONTGOMERY The Swiss. like the Seots an! all inhabitant? of mountainous regions, have been noted, in all ages, for their love of freedom. This brave people, from the time of the ancient Helvetians down, has ever beeir ready to meet the invaders of its territory no matter what the odds. Innumerable are the stories told of the patriotism and heroism of the*e hardy mountaineers. Some of these tales date back so far that it is difficult, at the present time, to distinguish between what were actual historic occurrence* and what were legends that have been magnified during centuries of repetition. Of this class is the story of William Tell, being commanded bv the Austrian tyrant. Gessler, to soot an apple from the head of his own son, did so. But when the tyrant demanded the meaning of a second arrow in Tell's belt, the fearless reply was: "That was intended for your heart had I injured mv son, and it would n«T have missed its mark." But none .if the Swiss legendary stories breathes a loftier heroism than the account of the deliberate sacrifice of his own life which Arnold Winke'iried made that his countrymen might be able to pierce the Austrian phalanx. It has been a favorite subject with Abont the most vivid rendition of the Btory is the one bv James Montgomery here presented. "Make way for liberty!" he cried— Made way for liberty and died. In arms the Austrian phalanx stood, A living wall, a human wood; Impregnable their front appears. All horrent with projecting spears. < »pi osed to these a hovering iand Contended for their fatherland. Peasants whose now-found strength had broke Trim manly necks the ignoble yoke; Marshaled onee more at freedom's call. They came to conquer or to fall 4 And now the work of life and death I'ung on the pa-sing of a breath: The fire of conflict burned within; The battle trembled to begin: Yet. while the Austrians held their ground. I' nt for assault was nowhere found; M'here'er the impatient Switzors gazed. The unbroken line of lanceg blazed; Tint line 'twere suicide to meet, And perish at their tyrants' feet. How could they rest within their graves. To leave their homes the haunts of slaves! Would they not feel their children !r*ad. With clanking chains, above their bead f It must not be; this day, this hour, Annihilates the invaders' power! And Switzerland is in the field— -Bhe will not fly; she eannot yield; She must not fall; her better fate Here gives her an immortal date. Few were the numbers she could boast, But every freeman was a host. And felt, as 'twere, a secret known BEACH'S l»ts GUIDE Official Hand Book of American League on Sale To-morrow T'.ie 1315 Reach American league Guide—the official handbook it" the great major league presided over by famous Ban Johnson —has just made its ever-welcome appearance, thus usher ing in one more baseball season; a function which it has fulfilled each ' spring for thirty-three consecutive years. The 1913 Roach Official American League vi.;: Ie also contains the most ■important requisite to give it official stamp and public value, namely, the revised and correct uniform Playing Rules Code for 1915, together with the 191# championship schedules of the Ati.orican league. National League and various important minor leagues. In short, everything of interest or value cither for r- or.i or reterence will he found within the covers of this great vok. which is thus really a com lete history of >asebail in 1914. The Reach American League Guide for 19to is for sale by all newsdealers at ten cents the copy. Adv.* FAST PLAYERS COMING Point Bay Five Has Some of Fastest Players in New York The Point Bay big five which ap pears in the Chestnut street auditorium to-morrow night has some of the fast en iyisketi'ill men in New York State -jafluded in the line-up. Nolan and Boyle, the forwards, are a fast pair and have been playing together for years. Melntyre will probably take care of the pivot position and Curran and Boylan the guard positions. The ;.ime will be called at S o'clock and will be followed by the usual dance with another exhibition of the i modern dances between the halves. That one should turn the scale alone, While each into himself was he On whose sole arm hung victory. It did depend on one, indeed: Behold him—Arnold Winkelried! There sounds not to the trump of fame The echo of a nobler name, 1 amarked. he stood among the throng In rumination deep and long. Till you might see, with suddmi grace, The very thought come o'er his face; And. by the motion of his form. Anticipate the bursting storm; ' And, by the uplifting of his brow. Tell where the bolt would strike, and how. But twa« no sooner thought than done— The field was in a moment won! "Make way for liberty!" he cried. Then ran, with arms extended wide, As if his dearest friend to clasp; Ten spears he swept within his grasp. "Make way for liberty!' he cried; There keen points crossed from side to side: He bowed among thetn like a tree. And thus made way for liberty. Swift to the breach his comrades fly "Make way for liberty!" they erv. And through the Austrian phalanx" dart, As rushed the spears through Arnold's heart: While,' instantaneous as his fall, Kout. rifin, panic seized them ail. |An earthquake could not overthrow jA city with a surer blow. ■ Thus Switzerland again was free— IThus death made way for liberty. - r-- v ... — y V_3 ; . * V HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 19, 1915 | BRELSFOBD A. C. ORGANIZES Plan Fast Baseball Team for IBIS Campaign in Dataware - At a meeting of the Brelsford A. C. yesterday plans were made to put a fast team on the tield this season. The following players will try for positious on the team: Cokeu, Shuev, Mr- N'aughtou, Burkie. Shade, Hoverter, Eaekler, Yeaner, Vance. Ellenberger, Benedict. Shannon, White, "Ben'' i Coyle, C. Williams. Gibson, Wilson. Cooper. "Kill" Miller, of York, and !G. Johnson, of Bed Lion, Pa. Practice ' will begin the last Saturday in March on the club grounds at Pa&taug Park, providing weather conditions are fa ! vorable. Games are wanted with teams in 1 Dau}ihin, Cumberland, Lebanon, York > and Lancaster counties. Address 1 .lames Fegan. Manager, Seventh and j North streets. New Five-man Bowling Mark Peoria. 111.. March 19.—A new mark ; for the five-man teams to shoot at was ; presented when teams from Buffalo and I Indianapolis took their turns on tne al-' Jeys iu the American Bowling Congress tournament yesterday. The old high score of 2807. made by the Maxines. i of Detroit, had been exceeded by the Bob Plummers, of St. Louis. who rolled 2533. The Hoffbraus, rolling in the first Jbatch of Buffalo teams, took eighth I place with 2.695. In the doubles' Wienold and Matthes, of Chicago, are i still high with 1.233, while Lellinger,' of Chicago, leads the individuals with ; j 671. Lebanon High a Winner Lebanon. March 19. — Lebanon High 1 school again downed St. Luke's, the! I score being 3C> to 10. St. Luke's. Lebanon. | Homan F Kirchoff | Moore F Gamber i Coehlin C Xsgl*^ Steelev .0 Tschudv j lleilman O Fiel 1 goals. Homan, Wagner, Kirch off. Bucher. Gamber, 7; Scott, 3: Xa-j gle. 2. Foul goals, Heilniau, 4: Nagle, 7: Moore. 2. Substitutions. Wagner for 'Cochliiij Bucher for Scott. Referee,! i Ma^uire. Mcose Lodge Elects Officers At the annual election yesterday 1 IJO dge No. 107. Loyal Order of Moose, 'hose the following officers: Dictator. \ C. E. IJea; vice dictator, A. W. Emer ! ick: prelate, A. Krau'.-.enburg; treas urer, George P. Satehell; inner guard. Samuel T. Gland: outer guard, Josopii | it. Minnich: trustee. Angus Ca:nerou;| delegate to supreme lodge convention, Elmer E. Sta-ks: alternate. Alvin G. Myers. The election was held from 1' to 6 o'clock, afternoon, and from i to i 9, night. A smoker followed. Benefit Package Soeiai The Albion Athleti- Association held a'' package social'' last night for the benefit of t'ae athletic association, of the organization. The soeiai was held in the store room adjoining the club rooms at 1133 Market street, and was in charge of the association mem- > i bers. GENERAL FUND ! COMMONWEALTH OK PKNNSYLVA XIA—TP. EA Sl* R V DEPART Mi: \£. Harrisbtirg, Pa.. March !. 19I». Statement of amount in the State Treasury a; the close of business on February .'6. Ibis, exclusive of monevs appropriated to :ac- Sinking l-'und: , Ante:; -an Bank. Phils,. HS.uuO 00 Armstrong: County Trust Co.. Kittanning 20.000 00 • Athens Nat. Bank, Athens, 15.000 00 Bank of. Commerce. Phila.. 2u. »>o '•» Bank of Donora. Donor i.. . . 5,.>u0 00 Bank of Newberrx, Wil liamsport 5.000 00 ! Bar.k of Secured Savings, Pittsburgh iO.OOO CO 1 Beaver Trust Co.. Beaver... 20,000 00 ] Bentlevville National Bank. ! Bentleyvllle ".,000 00 Bl:;;rs.:l!e National Bank. Biairsville 10.000 00 Bolivar Nat. Bank. BoHv.w, 10.000 00 Bradford Nat. Bank. Brad ford 15,000 00 • Bridgeville Trust Company, Bridgeville 5.000 00 > Broadway National Bank, Scottdale, . .v 10.000 00 Brookville TitiV and Trust Co.. Brookville 20,000 00 ! Cambria Title Savings and Trust Co., Ebensburg 10,000 00 I Carlisle Trust Co.. Carlisle. 5,000 00 j Carnegie Trust Company. Carnegie 5,000 00 I jCatawissa Nat. Bank. Ca:a --wiss-j 5.000 00 i t'er.tral Nat, Bank, Phila.... 10,000 00 'Central Nat. Bank. Wilkins burg 10,000 00 j' i Chambcrsburg Trust Co.. ; Charr.bersburg 5,.-.io on Citizens Bank. Marrisburg. 5.000 00 jCitixens Deposit and Trust Co.. Allentown 5,000 00 i Citizens Nat. Bank. Belle vue 10,000 00 j Citizens Nat. Bank, Big Run 5,000 00 1 Citizens Nat. Bank. Meyers dale 10,000 00 Citizens Not. Bank. Waih -1 1.-.gton 5.000 00 I Citizens Safe Deposit and Trust Co.. Coudersport... 15.00U OP 1 Citizens Title and Trust ! Co.. I'nionlown 50,000 00 Citizens Trust Co., Clarion. 20,000 00 . Clearfield Nat. Bank, Clear- Held 45,000 00 : . Clinton Trust Co., Lock Haven 8,000 00 i Columbia Nat. Bank. Pitts burgh 100,000 00 Commercial Bank, llarris ' burg 15,000 00 I 1 Commercial National Bank. Bradford 15 0"0 00: jCommer. ial Trjst Co., Pbil- | | adelph'.a. 25,000 00 ■ ; Commonwealth Trust Co., I'lttst urgh 115,000 00 Conewago Trust Co.. War- 1 ] ren 5,000 00 : | Corn Exchange Nat. Bank, Phila 80,000 00 Coudersport Trust Co.. CBU- ] [ dersport, 10,000 00 County Savings Bank. Scranton." 25,000 00 : Deposit Nat. Bank. Du Bois. 10,0u0 00 Dime Deposit Bank. Wilkes- ; ! Barre 15,000 00 Du Bois Nat. Bank, Du Bois, 5,000 00 ] East End Savings and Trust C 0.., Pittsburgh.... 55,000 00 I Elk County Nat. Bank, Kidgway 35.000 00 ] Farmers and Merchants Trust Co., Greenville 20,000 00 1 lIUI IU ''stylepl usfrjirl ill'i'h'""i 1 .;" !i;: - ! r' :i ' : | |ii|ii l l 1111111 ' fIS II Spring Opening TTft %e authentic style show for men Men are taking a bigger interest in jf\J® style —they are learning that now aaays stylish clothes cost no ipore sjH jgggw JVMi| It is chiefly a matter of picking out a store HB that always remembers quality—and never IM We carry the clothes of the famous makers. I We have models that are truly master- f pieces in designing. Such styling is a For Spring the cloth effects are always pronounced. No overcoat to cover them up. Bfij Awf Glen Urquhart overplaids are the sensation this Sjj&j || | season. Of course T art an plaids are also popular. B§||, SBj g J jjmM \Ve are exclusive headquarters here for STYLEPLUS JPrakjgw |f| J o ° CLOTHES sl7. You know that one of the leading fashion artists designs the style and that the quality is guaranteed. Conje to our style show. Later, if not now, it will help you ■PM& JM 3 to make a more intelligent selection of your Spring suit. . Farmers and Mechanics i Trust Co., Wi-3t Chester.. 50.000 00 j Farm rs and Miners Nat. i Rank. Fores'. City 5.000 00 j Farmers Nat. Bank, Canton, 5,000 00 ! Farmers Nat. H.ink. Oxford. 5,000 00 Farmers Trust Co., Lebanon 5.000 00 Federal Trust Co.. Phila.... 5.0C0 00 t ; Fourth Stieet Nat. Bank. I Philadelphia 15,000 00 Franklin N it. Batik. Phila., 5.000 00 ! Franklin Trust Co.. Phi!?... 10,000 00! Fret hold Bank. Pittsburgh. 100,000 00 ■Free, . rt Bank, Freeport.... 10,000 00 i Fredonia Nat. Bank, l're -1 donia. ..' 5,000 00 First Morris# Guarantee and Trust Co.. Phiia 15,0(0 0» 1 I rj; Nat. Bank. Apollo. . . . 15.000 00 Fi:st Nat. Ran*. Aspinwall, 7,.>00 Oo Firs- Nat. Bank. Blairsvlllc, 20,000 00 • | First Nat. Bank, Bradford,. 15.000 00 . First Nat. Hank. Charlerol. 20.000 00 ' First Nat. Bank. Cherry „ Tree 10.000 00 First Nat. Hank, Chester... 15.000 00 1 ust .\a:. Bank, Conema'gh lo,0o(i 00 First Nat. Bank. ConfiuenoA 5,000 00 First Nat. Bank. CouJers port 10.000 00 j ' First Nat. Bank, Knilenton. 15,000 00 j i First Nut. Bank, Krie 5,000 00 J First Nat. Bank, Fryburg.. • 5,000 00 : First Nat. Bank. Glen Camp j bell 10.000 00 Firtl Nat. Bank. Grove City 10.000 00 1 First Nat. Bank. ilarrisb'g, 45,000 00 i | First Nat. Bank. Hawley,.. 5.000 00' First Nat. Bank, Hazleton,. 5,000 oo First Nat. Bank, Ilou'.zdule. 10.000 00 1 irst Nat. Bank, Irwin. . . . 10,000 00 i First N,t. Bank, McCon nellsbarg 5.000 00 First Nat. Bank. IKKees port 10.000 00 j I'irst Nat. Bank. Nanticoke, 5.000 00 j Fits'. Nat. Bank. New Wil mington 5,000 00 | jFirst Nat. Bank. Portage... 10,000 00 First Nat. Bank, Rimers burg 10,000 00 1 First Nat. Bank. Schuylkill Haven, 5,000 00 ! First Nat. Bank. Sharon.... 10.000 00; First Nat. Batik. Sliingle house 5,000 00 First Nat. Bank, Shippens tfllle 5,000 00 ! First Nat. Bank. Somer- I .lel<l 5.000 00 I First Nat. Bank, Sometset, 15,000 00 I First Nat. Bank. Tyrone, .15,000 00 I First Nat. Bank. Verona. .. 15.000 00 i First Nat. Bank. Wampum, 5,000 00 First Nat. Bank. Warren... 5.000 00 | First Nat. Bank, Wellsboro, 50.000 00 First Nat. Bank, Williams port. 50.000 00 ! , First Nat. Bank. Wyoming, 5,000 00 First Nat. Bank. Milford... 5,000 00 German Nat. Bank, Pltts- I burgh 140.000 00 ; Glassport Trust Co., Glass j port 30,000 00 1 Grange Nat. Bank. Mans- 4 j field 10,000 00 (Grange Nat. Bank. Patton,. 5,000 00 ! Grange Nat. Bank of Brad ford County. Troy, 5.000 00 Grange Nat Bank of Mc kean Co.. Sniethport 10,000 00'. Giar.ge Nat. Bank. Ulysses. 5,000 00 Guaiantee Trust and Safe Deposit Co., Philadelphia, 35.000 00 • Hamlin Bank and Trust Co., Smethport 5,000 00 i Hamburg Savings Bank, Hamburg 5,000 00 Hanover Bank. WSlkes j Barre 10,000 00 j Harrisburg National Bank, Harrisburg 25,000 00 | Home Trust Co.. New Castle 10,000 00 Homer City Nat. Bank, Homer City, 5,000 00 t Homewood People's Bank, • Homewood 10,000 00 Honesdale Dime Bank, Honesdale 10,000 00 I Jeannette Savings and Trust Co., Jeannette 20,000 00 I Jenkintown Nat. Bank. Jen kintown 20,000 00 Kane Trust and Savings Co., KaneN 5,000 00 Keystone Bank. Scranton,. 5,000 00 Keys-tone National Bank. | Pittsburgh 35,000 00 Lanvberton National Bank, Franklin 5,000 00 ' ; Lambert on National Bank. : Oil City 5,000 00 Loganton Nat. Bank, Lo ganton i.OOt) 00 Luzerne County National Bank. Wilkes- Barr« 15,000 00 1 Luzerne Nat. Bank, I^u zerne 5,000 00 Lycoming Nat. Bank. Wil ; liamsport 25.000 00 | Madera Nat. Bank, Madera. 5,000 00 Marion Center Nat. Bank, Marion Center 5,000 00 Market Street Nat. Bank, Shamokin 5,000 00 [ Markle Banking and Trust ; Co.. Hazleton 5,000 00 ' Mercer County State Bank. | Sandy Lake 5,000 Metropolitan Nat. Bank, I Pittsburgh 20,00b. Jf 'Mill Hall State Bank. Mill Hall 5.000 00 Monaen Nat. Bank. lfoQltn, 5,000 00 I Monongahela Trust Com pany. Homestead 5,000 00 • MeKeesport Title and Trust Co., MeKeesport 20,000 00 ' McDowell Nat. Bank, Shar on 15.000 00 Nanticoke Nat. Bank. Nan ticoke 5,000 00 j National Rink of Chester Valley, Coatesville 5,000 00 | National Bank of Clays vine, Claysville, . 10,000 00 National Bank of German town. Philadelphia 5,000 00 ' National Bank of Jersey Shore. Jersey Shore 5,000 00 : National Bank of Oxford. Oxford 5,000 00 New Cumberland Nat. Bank. New Cumberland 5,000 00 1 North Philadelphia Trust Co.. Philadelphia 25,000 00 ' Northern Central Trust Co., Willlamsport 50,000 00 Oil City National Bank. Oil City . 10,000 00 i i Oil City Trust Co.. Oil Citv. 10,000 00 Pattison National Batik, ; Klkland 10,000 00 , People's Bank, Krie . . 5.000 00 1 People's Bank. McKe .sport, 10,000 00 People's Bank. Wilkes , Barre 5,000 00 \ People's Nat. Lank, £ll wood City , 5,000 00 People's Nat. Bank. Leb anon 5,000 00 People's Nat. Bank. Mifflin. 5,000 Oo ; People's Nat. Bank. Scran ton 30,000 00 I People's Nat. Bank. Rey i noldsville 5,000 00 . People's National Bank. i Wavnesburg 5,000 00 j : People s Savings Bank. ; Pittsburgh 20,000 00 I People's Savings and Trust | Co.. Hazleton 5,000 00 People's Trust Co.. Phila... . 10,000 00 Penbrook Nat. Bank, Pen- I brook 5,000 00 Pittsburgh Trust Co.. Pltts j burgh 30,000 00 | Provident Trust Co.. N. S„ ' .Pittsburgh, ...' 55,000 00 ! Reading Nat. Bank, Read ing 15,000 00 I I Real Estate Title Insurance and Trust Co.. Phila 20,000 00 i i Ridgway Nat. Bank, Ridg way 15,000 00 j Rittenhouse Trust Co., Phil | adolphia 10,000 00 j Rochester Trust Co.. Roch ! ester 5,000 00 j Safe Deposit and Trust Co., Greensburg 15,000 00 Savings and Trust Co., In diana 5,000 00 Scranton Savings and Dime Co.. Scranton 50,000 00 Second Nat. Bank, Altoona, 25,000 00 Second Nat. Bank, Krie. . . . 5,000 00 Second Nat. Bank. Wilkes- Barre 5,000 00 Security Savings and Trust Co.. (Erie 10,000 00 Security Trifst Co., llarris i bur* 5,000 00 Sixth St. Bank. Harrisburg. 10.000 00 Sligo Nat. Bank. Sligo 0.000 00 : Somerset Trust Co.. Somer set 15,000 00 Standing Stone Nat. Bank. Huntingdon i 8,000 00 State Bank of Avis. Avis. . . 5,000 00 i State Bank of Elizabeth, ■ Elizabeth 5,000 00 ; i Textile Nat. Bank, Phila.... 10,000 00] ! Title,. Trust and Guarantee Co.. Johnstown 45,000 00 I Turtle Creek Savings and Trust Co.. Turtle Creek,. . 5,000 00 j Union Banking and Trust Co., Du Bois 20,000 00 ; Union Nat. Bank.. Johng- I town 40,000 00 j Union Nat. Bank, McKees- I port 5,000 00 Union Nat. Bank. Scranton, 10,000 00 Union Trust Co. of Pennsyl vania. Hatrisburg 50,000 00 Union Trust Uo., Washing ton .. 10,000 00 j United States Nat. Bank. i Johnstown 10,000 00 Warren Savings Bank, War ren, 5,000 00 Warren Trust Co.. \Varren. 5.000 00 tVasblngtun Nat. Bank. Bur gettstown 10.000 00 W/est Philadelphia Bank, 'Philadelphia, .• > 20,000 00 West Side Bank. West Pittston 5.000 00 Western Nat. Bank, Pitts burgh 100,000 00 Woodlawn Trust Co.. Wood lawn 10,000 00 Wilkinsburg Real Estate and Trust Co.. Wilkins burg 35,000 00 Wyoming Nat. Bank. Tunk hannock 5,000 00 Wyoming Valley Trust Co., Wilkes-Barre. 5,000 00 »j«lonlal Trust Co.. Bltts r burgh 797,000 00 Commonwealth Twist Co., 1 Harrisburg 319,193 43 Farmers Deposit Nat. Bank, I Pittsburgh 91,383 32 | Farmers and Mechanics Na tional Bank, I'hila 462,515 11 Harrisburg Truest Co., Har ! risburg 256,753 11 I , Quaker City Nat. Bank, - j j Philadelphia 472,265 93 J I Total amount In general fund $5,617,110 95 | | The a,bove statement includes the i names of all Banks. Corporations and ! Firms with whom the moneys of sa.'d I fund are deposited. Bonds are held by I tlie State for the safe keeping of the same. Interest at the rate of 2 per i centum per annum is received by the State on such deposits. State of Pennsylvania, j Otty of Harrisburg, ss: Personally appeared before me. A. W\ | Powell. Auditor General, 11. K. Young. | ! State Treasurer, who being duly sworn , I according to law. saith that the fore- I going statement is true and correct to ! . the best of his knowledge and belief. I K. K. YOUNG, State Treasurer. j I Sworn and subscribed before me, this 9th day of March, 1915. A. \Y. POWELL, Auditor General. I | Published in pursuance of the pro- J I visions of Section s, Act of May 9. | 1874, entitled "An act supplementary to I the several acts relating to the State ! Treasurer and the Commissioners of the 5 Sinking Fund," and section 11, act of February 17. 1906. A, W. POWELL, Auditor General. j i Harrisburg, Pa. ' OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF j j THK SINKING FVND— I TREASURY ! DEPARTMENT OF FBNNSYLVA- ! NIA. I Statement of balance in Sinking Fund | at the close of business on February I 26. 1915: Trust Co.. Scran ' ton, $50,000 no! Apollo Trust Co.. Apollo, . . 2,000 00 j Ashland Nat. Bank, Ashland 3,000 00 Berwick Savings and Trust ; Co., Berwick 10,000 00 | j Central Nat. Bank, Mount : Union 5,000 00 j jCharlerol Savings and Trust Co.. Charleroi 15,000 on j I City Bank, M Keesport, ... 25,000 00 j Citizens Nat. Bank, Lewis town 2,000 00 I Citizens Nat. Bank, Middle town, 5,000 00 Citizens State Bank, Wil liamsport," 5,000 00 Farmers Bank, Hummels town 10,000 00 Farmers and Miners Trust Co., Punxsutawney 35,000 00 Farmers and Traders Nat. Bank, Westfleld 10,000 00 First Nat. Bank, Alllquippa, 15,000 00 First Nat. Bank, Beaver Falls 5,000 00 First Nat. Bank, Carnegie,. . 10,000 00 First Nat. Bank, Frack ville ... 5.000 00 First Nat. Bank, Knoxvllle, 7,000 no First Nat. Hank. Leechburg, 5,000 00 i I First Nart. Bank, Mansfield, 15,000 00 ; First Nat. Bank, Montours ville 3,000 00 I I First Nat. Bank, Patton, ... 15,000 00 ! First Nat. Bank of Shera l den, Pittsburgh 5,000 00 1 I First Nat. Bank. State Col | lege 5,000 00 I First Nat. Bank, Susque | hanna 30,000 00 j . First Nat. Bank, Montgom i cry 10,000 00 Grange Nat. Bank. Tioga... 5,000 00 J ! Honesdale National Bank, Honesdale, 15,000 00 Lancaster Trust Co., Lan caster *. 7,000 00 ! Lincoln Nat. Bank, Pitts burgh 25,000 00 | Manchester Savings Bank and Trust Co.. Pittsburgh. 10,000 l|o Miners' Nat. Bank, Bloss burg 15,000 00 National Bank of Northern Liberties, Philadelphia... 10,000 00 National Bank of West Grove, West Grove 10,000 00 Ninth Nat. Bank. Phila 20,000 00 Norxh Scranton Bank, Scran ton 5,000 00 People's Nat. Bank, East Hrady 5,000 00 People's Nat. Bank, Lancas ter 5,000 00 Plymouth Nat. Bank, Ply mouth 10.000 00 Potter Title and Trust Co., Pittsburgh 30,000 00 Real Estate Trust Co., Pitts burgh i.. 10,000 00 Schuylkill Trust Co.. Potts viile, 0,000 Oil Schuylkill Valley Bank, Reading 5,000 00 South S4ide Trust Co., Pitts burgh 30.000 01 Susquehanna Trust and Safe Deposit Co, WlUiamsport. 30,000 00 Becond Nat. Bank. Mecnan* ievburg 10,0<*0 00 13 Tioga County Savinfcs and Trust Co.. Wellfboro 35,000 00 Union Nat. Bank, Mahanoy City 5,000 00 Union Trust Co., Lancaster, 5,000 00 Vandergrift Savings and ' Trust-Co., Vandergrift... . 5,000 00 Wayne Co. Savings Bank, I Honesdale 15,000 00 : Farmers and Mechanics Nat. | Bank, Philadelphia $150,038 54 i Total amount in Sinking Fund $814,05S 51 The above statement includes the names of all Banks. Corporations and Firms with whom the moneys of said fund are deposited. Bonds are held by i the State for the safe keeping of the same. Interest at the rate of 2 per centum per annum is received by the | State on such deposits, j State of Pennsylvania. City of Harrisburg, ss: j Personally appeared before me. A. W. I Powell. Auditor General, R, I<. Young. ! State Treasurer, who being duly sworn according to law. saith that the,fore j Koing statement Is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief. li. K. YOUNG, State Treasurer. | Sworn and subscribed before me, this t 9th day of March, 1915. A. W. POWELL, Auditor General. : Published in pursuance of the pro -1 visions of Section 8, Act of May 9, 1874, entitled "An act supplementary to the several acts relating to the State Treasurer and the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund," and section 11, act of February 17, 1906. A. W. POWELL, * Auditor General. j Harrisburg, Fa. STATE SCHOOI. FIND OF PENXSYI— YANIA. ! COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA TItEASURY DICPARTMENT liarrißburg, Pa., March 1, 1915, ! Statement of amount in the School Fund at the close of business on ! February 26, 1915: ' Commonwealth Trust Co.. Harrisburg $5,304 90 Total amount in School Fund, $5,304 90 State of Pennsylvania, City of Harris j burg, ss: Personally apnenred before me, A. TV. ( Powell, Auditor General, R. K. Young. I State Treasurer, who being duly sworn according to law. saith that the fore going statement Is true and correct to ilie best of his knowledge and belief. It. K. YOUNG, •State Treasurer. Sworn and subscribed before me, this 9th day of March, 1915. , A. W. POWELL, ~ Auditor General. Motor Itpslfltritlon and License Fees Fuail COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVA NIA—TREASURY' DEPA RTMENT Statement of amount in Motor Regis tration and License Fees Fund at close of business February 26, lffls: Bank of North America, Philadelphia $50,000 00 I Central Trust Co., Harrls i burg 20,000 00 I Diamond National Bank, ' Pittsburgh 1125,000 00 ! First Nat. Bank, Pen Argvl 10,000 00 Liberty National Bank Pittsburgh 75,000 00 Liberty Savings Bank, I Pittsburgh 25,000 00 Merchants Bank, Pitts burgh 15,000 00 Merchants Nat. Bunk. Har j risburg 20,000 00 ; National Bank of Cham bersburg. Chambersburg, 10,000 00 ! Richland Nat. Bank. Rich- I land 5,000 00 I Ridge Ave. Bank, Phiia i delphia 15,000 00 Washington Trust Com pany, Pittsburgh 10,000 00 Harrisburg Trust Com* pany, Harrisburg 222,725 00 Total amount In motor registration and license fees fund $602,725 00 The above statement Includes the names of all banks, corporations and tlrms with whom the moneys of said fund are deposited. Bonds are held !)y the state for the safe keeping of the same. Interest at the rate of 2 per centum is received by the state on suen deposits. State of Pennsylvania, City of Harrisburg. ss: Personally appeared before me, A. W. Powell. Auditor General. R. K. Young. State Treasurer, who being duly sworn according to law. saith that the fore going statement is true and correct to the best of his knowledge and belief. R. K. YOrt.NO, State Treasurer. Sworn mi* sub«c"'». ' before me this 9th day of March, 1915k POWELL Auditor General.