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What Do You Want? Makes little difference what that WANT may be there's a little Telegraph Classified Ad refidy to serve you. Sometimes you get the desired WANT through reading Telegraph Classified Ads and sometimes through using them. Houses, horses, autos, watches, lost, found, Jor rent, for sale, to lease or let, help and situations and a hundred other things are open to you. Read. I) IKb VAUiNTINE Mr*?. E'.la L Valentine died Saturday afternoon, at 1:30, at her home, as? Hummel street, aged 56. Funeral services Wednesday after noon. at 2 o'clock, from her late resi dence, the Rev. Mr. Bullitt officiating. Friends ami relatives invited to attcmi without further notice. Burial private in the Paxtang Cemetery. S.OST BOST On Sunday, December 27, on Front street, between Woodbine and Seneca streets, a child's fur neckpiece. Farley Gannett. 122 Woodbine street. I.OST Bunch of keys, on l ing, with nameplate R. E. Evans, Palmyra, Pa., on Thursday night. Reward if return- . ed to Harrlsburg Railways office. B1 j v FOUND FOUND —Female Brlndle Bull, be- | tween Seventeenth and Eigiiteentii, on t J Jerry. Owner can have same by pay ing for this ad. and calling at 742 South | Twenty-first street. j FOUND —A place without trying. ; Careful cleaning—best of dyeing : Where? At Kggert's Steam Dyeing | and French Cleaning Works 1245 liar- ( ket street. Call either phone. AVe de- j liver and call. HELP WANTED—MaIe WANTED Graduate pharmacist to manage drug store; good salary to right man; must come well recommend ed. Address 11., 1409, care of Tele- j graph. | WANTED Railway Mail Clerks; j Harrlsburg Mail Carriers. $G5.00 to $l5O month. Harrlsburg examinations '■ coming. Sample questions and full de scription free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 361-A, Rochester, N. Y. ARMY OF UNITED STATES. MEN j WANTED. Ablebodied, unmarried men ! between ages of 18 and 35; citizens of i United States, of good character and ! temperate habits, who can speak, read and write the English language. For | Information apply to Recruiting Officer, [ Bergner Building, 3d & Market Sts., j Harrlsburg; 48 N. Queen St., Lancaster; j 353 Pine S* . Wllllamsport; 37 W. Mar ket St.. York, or 113 Independence St.. ! Shamokin, Pa MEN WANTED to iieoomo practical chauffeurs and mechanics. As opportu- | nity affords students will be given j chance while learning to earn 30c an hour on overhauling work. Make ap- I filication at once. Special course for I adies. Day and night schools. Auto j Transportation School and Machine Shop, 5-7 North Cameron street. ■ ; AGENTS WANTED AGENTS WANTED ln York, Cum- i beriand and Dauphin counties. No fake. I Permanent business. Rev. H. B. Bar- j shinger, 201 North Second street, Har- i risburg. Pn. BILBY SUNDAY'S MESSAGE. Great opportunity for man or woman to make 16.00 to sls 00 a day. Unusually liberal terms. Spare tl.ne m:... be used. Par ticulars and samples free. Universal ; House. 100S Arch street. Philadel phia. 11 F.I.P WANTED—FemaIe WANTED A middle-aged white woman for general housework; no washing or ironing. Apply 3500 State street. WANTED Young lady for office' work: must live on Allison Hill; give age, former experience and wages ex pected. Address X., 1419, care of Tele graph. WANTED Girl for general house work; must know how to cook; no washing or ironing; references requir ed. 1619 North Second street. \ FOR SALE "Houses You Can Afford to Buy 1609 X. Fourth St. —Lot 20x210 ft. —two-story, eight-room, frame house on Fourth St.—Fulton St. end of lot is vacant. For cash we'll name you the low est price ever quoted on this property. 152.1 Berryhill St.—A three-story brick house with eight rooms hath—furnace—front and back porches. On account of the owner remov ing from the city this desirable dwelling is on the market at a reasonable figure. Miller Bros. & Neefe n K Ali ESTATE Fire Insurance Surety Bonds I.ncunt anil Court Streets V MONDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG li§js3& TELEGRAPH JANUARY 11, 191*5. III.UP WANTED—FemaIe WANTED Reliable, middle-aged | woman for general housework; best ref erence required. Apply to Mr. Myers, care of Myers Mfg. Co.. Third and Cum berland street, above Miller's Shoe | Store. | SITUATIONS \YANTED —Male WANTED Colored man desires po sition as Janitor or houseman; experi enced In both. Apply, or address, 123 Liberty street. WANTED Young colored boy, about 18 years old, desires a position in a cafe washing dishes, or boarding house, or in some store; lie has a wheel for delivery. Burrei Banks, 1314 i Marion street, City. WANTED Position driving tour ing car, preferrably a Ford. Address Box 86. Harrisburg, Pa. WANTED A position by a young j man who has had almost seven years > experience in the retail grocery busi ness; also experienced buyer. Address I G., 1423, care of Telegraph. i WANTED Young man desires any I kind of work: willing to take spare i time; can furnish best of reference. I Calk or address, 605 South Third street, Steelton, Pa. I— a . WANTED Colored man desires po | sition as butler in private family, or work In hotel. Call or address, 329 Cherry street. I WANTED Reliable colored woman ! wants work to look alter apartments, | to keep halls, baths and offlces clean, or chambermaid in hotel or boardlng liouse. Call, or address, 222 North River avenue. SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe WANTED Young colored girl de sires general housework; can give ref erence. Call, or address, 856 Primrose ! avenue. —— | WANTED By Intelligent white ! girl, 17 years of age, position as child's j nurse. 916 Cowden street. WANTED - White woman desires washing to do at home, or (lay's work of any kind, or offices to clean. Ad dress E., 1416, care of Telegraph. WANTED Good, reliable woman I wants laundry, or day's work of any i kind; can furnish good references. Call, or address, 1907% Seventh street. ; street. WANTED By white woman, gen jeral housework, without washing". Ad i dress 8., 1424, care of Telegraph. i WANTED Young lady wants posi tion as office girl; can give references. | Address B„ 141S, care of Telegraph. WANTED Young woman would ! ! like to have general housework or posi ition as housekeeper. Call, or address, I Miss A. S„ care of Mrs. l,aten, 1712 Lo j gan avenue. City. j • WANTED Colored girl desires po j sition as traveling maid. Call, or ad- ' i dress, 1211 Wallace street. ] WANTED ■— Experienced colored i i cook desires position In boardlnghcuse j or hotel. Call, or address, 1211 Wal-' j lace street. I WANTED Position as housekeeper by young woman of experience. Ad dress L., 1414, care of Telegraph. WANTED By colored woman, day's work of any kind. Call, or ad dress, 808 Cowden street. City. WANTED By colored girl, work as second cook or chambermaid in ■» hotel. Address 1413 Currant avenue. WANTED By white woman, gen eral housework or child's nurse; refer j ences. Address 1825 Twelfth street. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOn SALE AT A BARGAIN! Or will exchange for Improved city property, an Imposing 14- room 40x40 ft. Colonial suburban residence. All improvements; porch. 10 ft. wide, 70 ft. long. Lot. 116x200 ft. Shrubbery; 6 kinds of i fruit in bearing. Trolley near; 12 I minutes and one fare from Market j Square. Call Bell phone No. 3048 L i FOR SALE Beautiful new brick I houses on Second and Third streets, Riverside. ■ Steam heat and all other modern improvements. Prices, $2,800 to $4,700. Easy terms. E. Moesleln, 424 State street; Lewis M. Neiffer, 222 Mar ket street. ; BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE— No. 1820 North Third street corner brick construction steam heat lot, 20x87. Look at this property and get particulars. Bell Realty Co., Berg ner Building. Ol R JANUARY BARGAIN SALE 82 Acres; 4 miles south of Lewlsberry; frame buildings; running water; price reduced from $3,000.00 to $2,500.00. BRINTON-PACKER CO., Second and Walnut Streets. Oil! ,IANi/»RY BARGAIN SALE 540 Schuylkill St. reduced SIOO.OO. 514 Ross St. reduced $150.00. 1728 N. Third St. reduced $250.00. 1641 Market St. reduced $50.00. BRINTON-PACKER CO.. ' Second and Walnut Streets, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE On account of going West will Hell my home, on North street, on Hill, 10 rooms, all modern Improvements. Lot. 15x110. All cash not necessary. Address S., 141 a, care of Telegraph. FOR SALE Harris and Second streets, ten-room, brick and stone dwelling; side and rear entrances: side windows overlooking Second street; bright and airy; modern plumbing. Pos session at once. Little cash required. Inquire Keller's Drug Store. 405 Mar ket street. PENRROOK, lot 33X150 for sale at great sacrifice. This lot is well locat ed and must be sold soon. An unusual bargain. Bell Realty Co. fc Bergner Building. TWO uptown lots for sale—one on Jefferson street and one on Woodbine street. Also suburban lots for sale at reasonable prices. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building. FOR SALE Corner property at <520 Cumberland street for sale. Large house suitable business location. Special price to quick buyer. Particu lars at Hell Realty Co.. Bergner Bulld- Ing. ItKAL ESTATE EOK HUNT I'OR RENT Six-room frame house; all conveniences; rent, slf.oo. Apply 2000 Penn street. FOR RENT —Storeroom, 1200 North Third street; from April Ist; special price. 33x100, 9x14 show windows. Apply J. S. Sible, 250 ilcrr street. FOR RENT 1821 Market St *23.00 536 S. Seventeenth St. .'. 20.00 119 Royal Terrace 20.00 53G S. Seventeenth St 17.00 1530 Catherine St IJ.OO 1528 Catherine St 15.00 2170 Brook wood St 14.00 2020 Kensington St 10.50 2005 N. Seventh St 10.00 1244 N. Cameron St Apartment 27.00 J. E. GIPPL.B. 1251 Market Street. FOR RENT New ten-room brick houses; all conveniences; laundry; vapor heat; porches and yards. Apply to MacWilhams Construction Co., 2150 North Fifth street. ■ —— 1 FOR RENT No. 1934 Park street, new brick house; corner property; 9 rooms and bath; all conveniences; steam heat; electricity and gas; fine location. Apply at above address. FOR RENT Houses with all improve ments at moderate rentals. J. E. lilppie, 1251 Market street. Ai'AJM->1 EN TS l 01l KENT FOR RENT Apartment 6 rooms and bath, with all modern conveni ences. Apply 1118 North Sixth street. 107 SOUTH FRONT STREET Sec ond floor housekeeping apartments 1: -e rooms with kitchenettes and baths modern improvements—elec tric lights gas city steam Jtial tor service. Apply at above address. FOR RENT—First floor apart ment, 6 rooms, bath and pantry, facing Capitol; city steam, gas and electric light. Inquire 400 North street. FOR RENT Two rooms, completely furnished for light ..ousekeeplng, with use of bath. No children. 1238 Kltta tinny street. FOR RENT An apartment, three rooms and bath, coal and gas range, gas and electric lights, $15.00 monthly. Applv Mehring's Liquor Store, t'-ixth and Muench. Bell phone 2671, United 7031. FOR RENT Apartment, steam heat, all conveniences, corner Third and llerr streets. Apply 284 llerr street. AI'ARI'MKNTS WAN TEI) APARTMENT WANTED Five or six-room apartment, wltli bath, by April 1 or before. State if same has buy window, or porch, and rent wanted. Address P. O. Box 204. Karrlsburg. Pa. HOARDERS WANTED WANTED By rellned widow, two gentlemen roomers and boarders; of flee men preferred. Address A., 1411, care ROOMS FOR RENT ROOM FOR RENT—'Third floor front —furnished or unfurnished—all im provements use of phone. Bell, 2188W, or address A. E. 8.. care of Tele graph. FOR KENT Large, furnished sec ond floor room, with bay window, near bath; hot water heat and use of phone. Inquire No. 117 Pine street. FOR RENT barge, warm room, well furnished, facing Capitol Park; use of bath and phone. 406 North street. LARGE, well-lighted, furnished rooms, single or ensuite; city steam; use cf phone. Call 71'J North Sixth street, or Bell phone 613 R. ROOMS FOR RENT All eon veil I - ences; centrally located; nicely furnish ed, second apartment. Apply Hoffman Apartments. Fifth and Market streets. FOR RENT Neatly furnished room (front), use of bathroom and phone; only reliable party considered; use of livlngroom; State street, near Fif teenth. Address J., 1421, care of Tele graph. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, single or ensuite; ail conveniencves, in cluding phone; reference required. Ap ply 1015 North Front street. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, for light housekeeping; all conveni ences; gas stove and water in kitchen, and privilege of bath. Call 240 North Fourteenth street. FOR RENT Furnished front suite," consisting of large livingroom, bed room and private bath; city steam; electric and gas lighting; hardwood oors; references required. 218 Pine street. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms In very good location; use of bath and lelenlione Call at 203 State atr.-et. ROOMS WANTED WANTED Two furnished rooms, with board and home comforts, for lady with two arcll-uehaved children 7 and fl years, in private family; all conveni ences; centrally located. State terms. Address R., 1422, care of Telegraph. WANTED Rooms and board, or housekeeping apartments, furnished preferred, in Harrisburg or suburbs, family of four, two adulls and two chil | dren. Send full particulars to P. O. Box No. 782, Narberth, Pa. FOR SALE FINK AND COMI'I.ETE I.INK AUTO ROBES, Steamer Ruga. Car riage Kobes. Horse Blankets and Stabls Blankets. Harrisburg Harneua & Sup. ply Company. Second and Chestnut streets FOR SALE At Gable's, 111-117 S. Second St., D.OOO Sets New Sash. Bxlox 12 L. primed and glazed, at $1.15 per | set. Also all regular sizes. FOR SALE At Gable's, 113, 115 and I 117 South Second street, 6,000 gallons ! New Era, ready mixed paint. Acme ! quality. Also the full line of the Acme j make. FOR SALE Owing to death in fam ily. I will sell my player-piano at sacrl flee, excellent condition, about fifty rolls of music, bench and scarf; ma hogany finish. Address U., 1120, care of Telegraph. FOR SALE Farms F©r Sale 7 Acres—2 miles east of Pax tonia. Ideal for truck and poultry. A lot of fruit trees in good condi tion. Buildings medium condi tion. Known as the Amos Stoner farm. Price .* SI2OO 3 Acres—3 miles east of Pax tonia, near Shopes' Church. A real bargain. All good buildings. 70 choice fruit trees. Ideal for all-year or summer home. Price, SI2OO A better or more satisfactory description of these and other farms we have for sale at 409 Market street, Harrisburg. C. B, CARE Care's Grocery, Linglestown, Pa. PARTY leaving town would like to store their piano, or sell, with some good family. Address H.. 1410, care of Telegraph. FOR SALE A 1914 Ford Touring cai-—as good as new—with extra equip ments. Inquire of 116 West Main street, Palmyra, Pa. — 1 -i FOR SALE Made-to-°Mcasure Clothing Store. Will sell cheap If sold nt once. A fine location. Good reason for selling. Address X., 1412, care of Telegraph. FOR SALE One Wizard View, 5x7 camera, complete; cost new, $35.00; will .sacrifice if sold at once; reason for selling, purchased larger one. Apply any time, 1314 Howard street. FOR SALE Large kitchen range; can be used with or without hot water back; price reasonable; can be seen at 635 Schuylkill street. * 1 CALKS FOR SALE At Gable's, 111-117 S. Second# street. Red Tip, Ring Point, Blizzard, Rowe Junior, Can't Slip, Giant Grip and Always Sharp Calks. FOR SALE 4OO pairs of pigeons. Homers, Dragons and Red Corneaux, 75c per pair In lots of 50 pair or more. 20 O. J. Chester White Pigs, 2% to 3 months' old, $3.50 to $5.00. Inquire at Paul's Shoe Store, 418 Market; Beu phone 144W, or can be seen at Elk wood, next to greenhouse. FOR SALE One Packard touring car, in good condition—price, $500.00. One Columbia, $500.00. Apply Pen-) brook Garage, Penbrook, Pa. 11)15 CALENDARS FOR SALE A few good In job lots Orders promptly filled. Bell phone 1577 R. Meyers Mfsr. Co., Third and Cumberland streets, above Miller's Shoe Store. FOR SALE Oldsmobile. in good condition. ("has. E. Lyter's Repair Shop, City Auto Garage. ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be secured at the Telegraph Business Office. FOR SALE CARDS on sale at tils Telegraph Business Office. FOR SALE l2 metal hog troughs, 8 ft. long; 75 live-hole locust posts, suit able for board or rail fence. Bell phone 3449R, or P. O. Box #7, New Cumber land. Pa. GLASS window signs, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and Hoard and Table Board at 25c each. One of these signs will be given with each six-time order for a classified ad. if paid in advance. Inquire at Office of Telegraph. WHITE LEGHORN PULLETS FOR SALE, 75 cents each. Bell phone 2867R3. FOR RENT FOR RENT Office in Commercial Bank Building, first floor front. Rent, $25.00 per month. Can l>e used ..a an office or small store room. WANTED WANTED Experienced Trucker, on shares, two miles from city. Will give one, two or three acres, furnish all manure wanted, plow the ground for same. Will also give garden 75x100 ft. to same party. If wanted. Bell phone 3449 R. i. O. Box 97, New Cumberland. GLASS WINDOWS will be placed in nuto curtains while you wait. C. A. Fair Carriage ami Auto Wosks. BUSINESS OPPOKT li .\ X'i'J ES I MADE $50,90u In five years In ths mall order business, began with $5. Send for free booklet. Tells how. Uea cock. 355 Luckport. N. T. FOR SALE Manufacturing plant, established many years ago, doing a strictly cash business. Only one of its kind in city. Will be sold reasonably, as quick sale is desired. Close investi gation invited. K., 1988, care of Tele graph. A FIRM which has built many lines of roads in Pennsylvania and New York, have discontinued this lino of work. I have personally superintended all this work and they have now given me an opportunity to purchase the good will and entire plant at a low flgu. u. 1 want to get capital and organize a road building company. In 1915 and many future years millions of dollars will ho spent on good roads. An honest com pany can mage big profit. Would like to get in touch with sev eral men who haw capital. Address W.. 1417, care of Telegraph. BUSINESS PROPOSITIONS FOR SALE Two grocery stores —one cigar and pool—confectionery store small manufacturing business small res taurant. Full information at offices of Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building. FOR RENT Four-chair Barber Shop, modernly equipped, in heart of Harrisburg business district. Address C., 1990, care of Telegraph. ANY intelligent rerson can earn good Income corresponding for newspapers; experience unnecessary. Send for par ticulars. Press Syndicate, 798. Lock port. N. Y. BUSINESS PERSONALS REPAIRING AND UPHOUSTERINQ with best material and by expert help. Send us your worn furniture. Our bes: efforts insure your satisfaction. & iv C<uck. 320 Woodbine street. FOR falling nair try Gross Qulnln* Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the Druggist and Apothecary, liu Market street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone orders given prompt attention. B*U 1960. HARDWOOD FLOORS Rescraped and reflnlshed. New floors laid of all designs. Stairs covered with hardwood. Prices reasonable. J.. M. Smith, No. 2219 Brookwood street. Bell phone 1391 L. WEA+HER STRIPS ln order to introduce our Grooved Side Strips for doors and windows, vill sell you 104 feet for $2.00, regular price $8.32, and our automatic Bottom Strips at 50 cents each. Call at S. W. Horat's, Wash ington avenue. Lemoyne, Pa. OLD GOLID AND SILVER, Watches Diamonds and Jewelry bought for high est cash prices. Jos. D. Brenner. No. 1 North Third street. Bell phone 631 J. HAULING n. W. LATHE, Hoarding Stabl- anil National Traaafcr Co. Movers of pianos, safes, boilers and general haul ing. H. W. Lathe. Manager, Fifth and Woodbine streets. Hell phone No 2501 R. HMRAOW MOVEMENT ID LEADING ISSUES Active Shares Opened With Ad vances; New Low Price Made in Rumely Common Sy Associated Press New York. Jan. 11. Early dealings In to-day's stock market showed the usual narrow movement n leading is sues, changes from last week being merely fractionally. The active shares opened with advances, likewise Sea board Air Line, Pfd., and Colorado Fuel, BalLmbore and Ohio and j several specialties mov;d forward, Na tional Lead rising 1% points. IJ. S. Steel and Union Pacific were inclined to react, but soon recovered. A new low price was made by Rumley, Com mon. In London, Americans were lower, with the exception of Canadian Pacific I and New York Central. GOOD OUTLOOK AT POTTSTOWN Pottstown, Pa., Jan. 11. —There Is a gradual improvement in the industrial situation here, and conlidence that normal business conditions will soon prevail. Four furnaces in the 112- inch mill of the Glasgow Iron Com pany resumed to-day, and next week the anil factory and plate mill of the George B. Lessig Iron Company will go into operation. At the slag receiv ing plant in the property of the East ern Steel Company the number of employes is being increased to supply the growing demand for the crushed slag used in the making of reinforced concrete railroad bridges and for other structures. NEW YORK STOCKS Furnished by H. M. Snavely New York, Jan. 11. Open. High. Low. Clos. Alaska G M 26% 27»/i 26% 27 V 4 Amai Cop . 54% 55% 04 Va 54% Am Bt Sug 35 >/i 36 35i,i 35% Am Can .. 29% 30% 29% 30% Am Can pd 93% 94% 93% 94% (AmC&F. 45% 47% 45% 47% Am Cot Oil 43% 44 43% 41 Am Loco .. 2 6 28 26 27% Am Smelt . 59.% 60% 59% 60% Am Sugar. 104% 104% 104% 104% Am T & T. 118»,4 118% 118 118% Anaconda . 26% 26% 26% 26% Atchison .. 94 94% 94 94% B&O. .. . 68 69 67% 68% Beth Steel 51% 53% 51% 53 Bklyn RT. 86 86 85% 85% Cal Pet .. . 15% 15% 15% 15". Can Pacific 155% 156% 155% 156% C Leath xd3 35% 36 35% 35% C&O. .. . 42 42% 42 42 I'. C. M&StP 87% 88% 87% BS% C Con Cop . 33 % 34 % 33 % 34 % Press SC.. 37 39 36% 38% R C Copper 16% 16% 16% 16% Reading .. 147% 148 1 46% 14 7% RI&S. . . 20 20% 20 20% RI & S pfd 75% 75% 75 75 So Pacific. 84% 85% 84% 8534 So Rwy ... 15% 16 15% 16 So Rwy pfd 58 58 58 58 Tenn Cop'r 32% 33 32% 32% Texas Co . 134 135 134 135 Un Pacific. 118% 119% -18 119% U S Rubber 57% 58% 57% 57% U S Steel. 51% 52% 51% 51% U S S pfd. 106% 108% 106% 107% Utah Cop'r 49% 51% 49% 50% West Mcl.. 11% 11% 11% 11% West TJ T. . 59% 60 59% 59% West Mfg. 72% 7 4 72% 7 3 CF & I .. 25% 26 25% 25% Con Gas .. 116% 118% 116% 118% Corn Prod . 9 % 9 % 9 % 9 % Erie 22% 22% 21% 22% Erie, Ist pf 34% 35% 34% 35% G Elec Co. 143% 14 4 143 % 144 Goodr'h BF 27 27 % 27 27% Gt N pfd . 114 114% 114 114 Vi Gt N Ore 527 • 28% 27 28% In-Met ... 11 11% 10% 11% In.Met pfd. 50 50% 50 50% Lehigh V.al 134 134% 134 134% Louis & N. 118 118 117% 118 Mex Petro. 51 52 51 52 Mo Pac .*. . 7 7 % 7 7 % Nev C C .. 12% 13 12% 12% N Y Cen .. 87% 89% 87% 88% NY.NII& H 53 54% 53 54 % N Pac 100% 102% 100% 102% Pac Mail . 20% 20% 20% 20% P R R ... 105 105% 105 105 I Peo O & C 118% 120% 118% 120% Pgh Coal . 16% 17 16% 17 PHI I. A DELPHI A PROnUCK Philadelphia, .Tan. 11. Wheat Steady; No. 2. red, spot, export, $ 1.36@> 1.39; No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export, $1.14® 1.47. Corn Steady; No. 2, yellow, export, i 74V.®M5%C; NO. 2, yellow, local, 78@» ' 78 %c. Oats Steady; No. 2, white, 58® 58% c. . Bran Firm; winter, per ton, $28.50(ft29.00; spring, per ton, $27.25®' ' Butter The market is firm; western, creamery, extras, 34c; nearby prints, fancy. 37c. Live Poultry Steady; fowls, 13® 15c; old roosters, 10(®10%c; chickens, 12@14c; turkeys, 15@17c; ducks, 15® 16c; geese. 13«fi)15c. Dressed Poultry Firmer; turkeys, fancy, 20@21c; do., average, 16®lXr; fowls, heavy, 18@19c; do., average, 14(5)17%c; do., small, 12®13c; old roosters, 13c; broiling chickens, near by, IG(ft)22c; western, 14@20c; roast ing chickens, 13®23c; ducks, 16®17c; geese, 13®14c. MONEY" TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate security In any amounts and upon any terms to suit borrower. Address P. O. Box 174. Harrisburg. Pa. LOANS—4S to *3OO for nonest work ing people without bank credit at less than legal iato.v. payable In instilments to suit borrower?) convenience. Cooperative Loan and Investment Co_ 204 Chestnut Street. STORAGE STORAGE 419 Broad street, for household goods and merchandise. Pit vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons, 76 cents Per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co., 411 Broad street. Both shonss. STORAGE IN 3-story brick building, rear 408 Market wtreet. Household goods In clean, private rooms. Reasonable rates. Apply to P. G. Dlener, Jeweler, 4ns Market St. HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two new eight-story brick warehouses, on* absolutely fireproof divided into fire proof private rooms of various sizes for the storage of household goods; the I other warehouse of the most approved type of fire retardent construction for general merchandise. They are equip ped with two large electric freight ele vators and spiral chute for the quick and safe handling of household goods and all kinds of merchandise. Low storage rates. South Second street near Paxton. on the tracks of Penna. R. R. LEGAL NOTICES HARRISBURG NATIONAL BANK Capital, >300,000 —Surplus, $.150,000 Harrisburg, Pa., December 12, 1914. A MEETING of the Stockholders of the Harrisburg National Bank, for the election of Directors, will be held at its Banking House, Tuesday. January 12, 1915, between the hours of 10 and 12 A M W. L GORGAS. Cashier. , PREPARING FOR 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF YARDS [Continued From First Page] afig9| " .V ' • W. S. HAMILL Day Assistant Yardmaster In Charge of the East and Southbound Movement ing farms immediately boosted prices on their lands and as high as $25,000 was paid for several small farms. In another instance $19,500 was paid for 4 % acres near the overhead trolley bridge. The greater portion of tlie town is erected on the farm of Emanuel lloofy, for which the company paid S4OO an acre. Millions Expended All the grading was done by H. S. Kerbaugh & Co. at a cost of more than $5,000,000. The yards were offi cially turned over to the railroad com pany January 15, 1905, and on Jan uary 17 were opened with George W. Fisher as yardmaster in charge of the transportation department. Largest iti World The yards are the largest classi fication yards in the world, able to handle about 6,000 cars daily. Yards by Divisions The eastbound receiving yards ac commodate about 1.100- cars; nineteen tracks in the eastbound classification yards hold 1,2 50 cars. The west bound receiving yards, with eleven tracks, will hold 1,200 cars and the westbound classifying yards of twenty tracks hold 2,000 cars. Moil Old in Service George W. Fisher has been yard master here since January 29, 1904. C. B. Cray, general foreman of the motive power department, was with H. S. Kerbaugh when the yards were built and was transferred to Safe Har bor to complete the low grade line from Enola. Later he was transferred to Enola, where he is in charge of the roundhouse, car repair shop, car in spectors and the new locust Grove re pair shops. Several hundred men are under his supervision. J. A. Ringland. foreman of the en gine house, supervises the repairs on the big engines that are used in haul ing the large volume of freight. 11. G. Ilassler Is foreman of the local car repair shops. Joseph li. Kinter, foreman of the car inspectors, and his assistant, Charles Lindenberger, liave been con nected with the yards for a long while. COMPLAINS TO COURT OF fflsr. TUB. [Continued From First Page] convict is lacking. He expects to have enough evidence to tak" the cases into court next term, he says. "These places I have In mind," says the Colonel, "are where couples can go and rent rooms without question." He also called attention to the fact that there are a number of hotels which are rapidly allowing their condition to | deteriorate into the "disorderly" class | because they permit women of fines- i tionable character to congregate there, j Liquor at the Clubs Almost all clubs, the Chief says, fur- j nish liquor to their members on Sun day. Aa for furnishing liquor on elec-1 tion days, the Colonel says this seems' lo bo done right along, but the people, who receive the drinks will not testify,, so that it is Impossible to collect i sufficient evidence, lie believes, he I says, that the Sunday laws relative to the sale of liquor are generally ob served by the licensed places. January court opened to-day with about 250 cases listed for trial, threel of which were heard by the noon lournment. Before Judge McCarrell j in No. 2 room John E. Stuart was | acquitted of an assault and battery | charge and Joseph Salinger was placed j on trial for illegally soliciting and j issuing life insurance. Tn No. 1 room, before Judge Kunkel five boys were charged with having organized a gang i to perpetrate nearly a score of rob- I beries. Five Boys Plead Guilty in Court to 16 Different Charges! Most of the opening dav of January } Quarter Sessions was taken up with the hearing of pleas of guilty by five; boys ranging from 16 to 18 years of, age to sixteen different charges of burglarv. felonious entry an 1 larceny. President Judge Kunkel heard the | Ploas. „ , , * ! The boys were: Paul Schanbaur. Jo seph Osborne, Milton Sehreffler, Wes-j ton Ashenfelter and George Dare, and they formed, the police believe, an or ganized band. Maxwell Fasick, an other of the party, is a fugitive, while two smaller boys have been detained for Juvenile Court. . , The youngsters' depredations cover ed a period of several months dating from earlv In July. They entered a dozen houses, stores, bonthouses, etc., and stole all sorts of articles ranging from bathing suits to motorcycles and from eggs to revolvers. Entrance in most cases were made by approved Jimmv Valentine method—"jimmies,' keys and the cutting out of window panes. BELIEVE OLD DAM IN THE CONODOGUINET IS DAMAGED Residents in and about West Fair view arc anxiously waiting for the wa ters to recede in the Conodoguinet creek, to determine the damage to the old dam. It is believed that when the Ice moved off It carried away about thirty feet of the dam. The water now covers the breast of the dam about .three feet. TWIN BEDS OFFERS PLENTY OF FUN Broadway Farce Comedy Seen Here For Two Perform ances Saturday "Twin Beds," the Broadway farce comedy by Margaret Mayo and Salis bury Field, scored two hits at the Ma jestic theater on Saturday afternoon and evening before full houses. The show is scarcely one that can bo said to have a plot; rather a series of amusing: incidents, which place and misplace the characters. The show as a piece suffers somewhat from the same ailment as "Baby Mine," written by the same author. The fun through too much repetition becomes almost tiresome—tne author having stopped any one particular strain at just the proper moment. But withal •'Twin Beds" is funny, very funny and it will keep any audience in laughter for a * solid two hours. The which numbered onlyseven persons was admirably chosen for the various rolea. Margaret Boland as Blanche Hawkins, the young ■wife, lent much charm to her part; Marion as Signor Monti, . cornered the slang market; Georgie Drew Medum as Norah was an ideally precocious servant girl. Roland B. l-.ee as Harry Ulawkins, the young husband, was properly jealous and so on through the cast. The Merry-Wives-of-Windsor trick of hiding the intruding lover in the laundry basket plays a part of no little importance and creates no end of fun in "Twin Beds." MAX ROBERTSON. Junior Rotary Club Members Entertained The Junior Rotary Club met Saturday eveniftg at the home of John S. Jlus ser. Washington Heights, and heard a talk 011 lire prevention by William M. Robison. local manager of the Insur ance Company of North America. Mr. Robison's talk was supplemented by Mr. Musser in a brief discussion of in sulation. Refreshments were served. Fifteen memners of the Junior Club at tended, and they had as their guests tho directors of the Senior Club. OBJKOT TO COKN'MKAI; DKCItEK Objections to the injunction degree and restraining order of the Dauphin county court In the case of S. O. i'.rin ser against Harry Brlnser and others who form the Brinser Milling and Feed Company. Middletown, were filed to-day by O. H. Bergner, attorney for* the defendants. Tho court had decreed that the de fendants should be restrained from using the same process of manufac turing Brincer's eornmeal, the same advertising and the same paper hags for holding the corn flour that had been used by the plaintiff. $ MONEY . To Housekeepers, Work ingmen and Salaried Em ployes. IJEGAIJ RATES EQUITABLE INVESTMENT COMPANY 0 X. MARKET SQUARE Room 21. 4th Floor Spooner Building; V——/ For Rent Desirable offices in the Union Trust Building-. .Apply Union Trust Company FOR SALE Forty—No. 3 | Cyphers Incubators $20.00 Each On account of using; the Mam moth Incubator* vre offer our small Incubator* for sale which are In line ! condition. Muat call at farm for ' them nt thin price. No reaerva- I lions without a deposit. Stouffer Poultry Farm * | WHITE HIM.. I*A. i Box 224, Hnrrlabiirir, I'a. [FRANK R. LEIB & SON | Real Estate and Insur i ance Office No. 18 North Third Street, i Harrisburg, Pa. LOTS FOR SALE I 127x100, S. E. corner Jefferson and Seneca Sts. 110x127, East of above lots, on east side of Sen eca St. 80x127, West side of Curtin St., east of Jeffer son. Price right to quick buyer. 11