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ACTOMOBILKS
FOR SALE Franklin- Scries S
tOuruig. in A 1 condition. Inquire O.
S. Schudt, A Hon tow ii. Pa.
ONE NEW CONESTOCA TRUCK.
Covered body. l.uuu lbs. capacity. A
bargain. inquire ot
guKK Lunch.
BUICK ROADSTER Runs lino;
elecirto -lights; now top, s3s.t>o.
Hoist. Ltr.glosiown. Pa.
SECOND-HAND/TRUCKS and pleas
ure oars for sale. Ford ton trucks.
Vuto-Car 2-ton trucks and one 7-
pasaer.ger Hashes Touring Car. Al!
cheap to quick bujer-. Jniernutioiuii
llws-ester Co. Truck Department, No.
iu sv:.i nut street.
' FOR SALE
ljjf Ford Touring and Keo
Itnadster. Apply at
HAMKiSBURG AUTO AND TIRE
REPAIR CO..
131 South Third St.
HLTICK 1-ton truck. Electric
lights. Excellent condition. Also
sonic other second-hand trucks and
delivery ears. Crisflen Motor Car Co..
1011 Market street.
ODD AUTO;
Wanted; used, wrecked or oiduniers.
in uny condition. Sie ine before sue-1
riflcing elsewhere. Chelsea Auto
Wrecking. A. SchitTman, 23, 24, 2ti.
• North Cameron street. Cell 3633.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SAD d
i:HS Chevrolet (Uehy tlraml ModeP. I
in good condition. 11. G. Pedlow. 3
South Thirteenth street.
SUNSHINE GARAGE Auto re- i
pairing by expert. Road Jobs a
specialty. Charge reasonable. Both I
Phones. Sunshine Garage. 27 North
Cameron street.
1917 FORD TOURING CAR WANT
ED. The highest cash price paid for
car in good condition. Inquire 322
Blackberry avenue.
MOTO|IL'Yfi.I-.S AND II^'YCI.ES
BICYCDES. BICYCDES.
New and rebuilt bicycles "at very at
tractive prices; guaranteed repair- 1
ing; come here and get a square,
deal.
H. 1". ESTER BROOK,
. • 9!2 N\ Third Street.
Dial 4990.
INDIAN MOTOKCYCUE—Dike new.
Bargain at $33.0u. Horst, Dingles- ;
town. Pa.
BICYCDE REPAIRING
HI AN EXPERT.
ALU WORK GUARANTEED.
DORY SHANER.
WITH
ANDREW REDMOND,
15U7 NORTH THIRD tT.
GARAGfCS
ACCESSORIES AMI REPAIRS
AUTO RADIATORS of all kinds re- i
paired by specialists. Also fenders. ,
lamps, etc. liest service in town. Har- ,
risburg Auto Radiator Works. 3U5
North Third street. i
WELDING AUTO AND MACHINE!
PARTS
l-'rames straightened and welded.
Heavy Cast Iron Our Specialty. !
Expert Welders. Work Guaranteed. 1
CAPITAL CITY WEDDING CO..
1538 1.0g ail St.
BEUD 43VGJ. . !
LEGAL NOTICES
lu -he Court of Common Pleas of i
Dauphin County No. 247, January i
Term. 1913 In the Matter of the '
Dissolution of Charles 1. Bailey &
• Company, Incorporated.
NOTICE is hereby given that the >
Charles L. Bailey A Company, Incor- I
unrated, filed Its petition ii> IhDl.'burt 1 '
aif i omtnen Pleas of Dauphin Coitntv;-
fn the Twelfth day of November, A. D. I
191 x. praying for a decree of dtssolu- |
tinn, una that the Court has fixed the'
Ninth day of December, A. D. 191S, at i
ten o'clock A. M., for hearing said ap- .
plication for dissolution, when and i
where all persons interested can at- |
tend if they deem it expedient, and 1
show cause against the granting of.
the prayer of said petitioner.
N. K. HAUSB, i
Solicitor for Petitioner.
Estate of Harry J. Miller. Sr.. de- '
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on |
tiie above Estate having been granted '
to the undersigned, all persons indebt- I
oil to the said Estate are requested '
to inak. payment, and- those having
lalms to-present the same withotfi
delay,- to
ll AP.HY J. MIDLER. JR.,
Administrator.
Or to 247 Hummel St.
W JUSTIN' CARTER. ESQ.,
Attorney for Administrator,
221 Market Street,
Harrishurg. Pu.
Proclaufatioii in Divorce i
NOTICE
Mar>ret Urich vs. Wm. L. L'rich i
In the Court of Common Pleas f 1
DauphinI County No. 198 January :
D-iin. 1919—1n Divorce.
To Win. L Urich:
YOU will please take notice that
testimony in the above-stated case
* Will be heard before the Honorable
Judges of said Court at lu o'clock l
A. ai.. Monday. December- 9 19iv :rr I
rue Court House, in the city „f liar u
-■ risburg. Pa when and wh-re you mav ! 1
aijynd and he heard. _ ! <
W. JI'SIIN CARTER |*
— : i
NOTICE Letters of Administra- 1 '
Don oil the Estate of GJuro Vorkapic I 1
late ol Steellon, Dauphin County. p a !
deceased, having been granted "to the ! 1
undersigned, ail persons indebted to t '
said Estate are requested to make <
immediate payment, and those having')
claims will present them for settle- 1
inenl to B | ,
sfDELTON TRUST COMPANY. i
0R N tu i HPIVJ v., Administrator. <
Jl. I-. DhLtd, Attorney,
p a . . j
NOTICE Letters of Administra- ! !
tlun on the Estate t Milan stum .
late of Steel ton. Dauphin County p '
u- ceased, having been, granted-to the I I
undersigned, all persons indebted to! t
said Estate are requested to make im- ' .
iiieuialu payment, ami Uiose having,
ulaims will present tnciu for settle
ment to * vine
STEEETON TRUST POMP\NY
° r iEL. DRESS. Attorney" ,inlSt ' I '
Steellon, Pa.
NOTICE Letters of Administra
Hon on the Estate of Joso- Dobrenic ! *
late of Sleeltun. Dauphin Count, p '! *
deceased, having been granted to the !
undersigned, all persons indebted to i '
oaid Estate are requested to make in, '
mediate payment, ufitl those ha vine ?
I r lalms will present them for set til 1
I ment to e "
STEELTON TRUST COMPANY
Or to Administrator !
ID D. DRESS. Attorney, uut °f- j
Steeltori, Pa.
NOTICE Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate of Tale Mileff late 1
of Steellon, Dauphin C'ouuty de 1
ceased, having been granted to' the (
undersigned, all persons indebted t,' '*
Estate urs requested to make Im ! s
mediate payment, and those bavtne f
claims will present them for settle ' a
ment to j >
STEELTON TRUST COMPANY *
Or to Administrator*
H. L. DRESS. Attorney. '
Steeltori, Pa.
Uarrlsburg. Pa.. Oct. 31 HII
NOTICE ' 1
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the Astoekhylders of the
Acme Baking Company will be held i t
at the office of the Company, | n the t
City of Harrisburg, upon December ?
3U 1918. at 11 o'clock A. M„ to take r
ac if oil in approval or disapproval of c
tho sale of tlic franchise and nil-of t
tlie property and assets of that Com
pany to the Capital City Baking Com- '
pay. in accordance with the offer and t
terms, on file with the Secretary of
, tod Company.
.1. FRANK SLACK,
Secretary.'"
o
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WEDNESDAY EVENING. HARRISBURG tgQgQfi. TELEGRAPH * ' NOVEMBER 27, 1918.
1 Getting Wood Ready For Great Y. M. C. A. Chopping Bee
"
i Eli N. I fersliey, president of the
| Ilarrlsburg Rotary Club and prime
l good fellow will be chairman of the
1 committee in charge ,>r the Y. M C A
. wood chopping outing to be helii
Saturday. December 7. (Other 'niem
ibers ol the committee announced to
tluv iii e I lit e Howard C. Fry, John S
AUisser. Fi a nit F. Davenport. A!. K
| Thomas, Walter Dietrich, Ross 11.
)
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE Is hereby given that Let
ters of Administration have been '
granted by the Register ot Wills of |
j Dauphin County, to the undersigned,
; upon the Estate of Taj lor Lord .
; Suavely, deceased. All persons in- 1
i debted to said Estate are hereby re-!
- quested to make immediuie paj ment
'and those who have claims to present
shall do o without further delay to
JOHN A. SXAVELY,
1443 Zarker Street,
Or ' Harrisburg, Pa.
j STROUD & FOX.
Attornev s,
Ituss Bids.. Harrisburg, Pa.
I ' 7 7 "|
William W. Smith. Plginlifr. vs. Grace
Dcatty and Samuel Beattv, her lius
oand, Defendants.
PARTITION SALE
In pursuance to an older of the
I Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin I
i County. Pa., sitting iu Equity, dated
j October 2s, 19J3, t lie undersigned will!
| expose to public sale, on the premises,
Saturday, November 3D. luix, at lu
] o'clock A. AD. the .following described
I real estate;
ADD that certain house and lot of
i ground, situated in the Sixth Ward
in the City of Harrisburg. bounded
i and described as fojlovvs:
I BEGINNING at a point Ridge Ave
i nue. or Sixth street, at corner of
property late of Wm. McEadden,
' thence along the line of same 85 ft. to!
an alley; tlience along said alley 12 j
; ft. 'J in. to property, now or late, of
Samuel Russel; thence along the iinc 1
l uf same S3 ft. to Ridge Avenue, or
Sixth Street; tlience along Ridge Ave-!
; nue. or Sixth Street. 12 ft. 9 in. to the
i place of beginning.
i Having thereon erected a three- 1
! story frame dwelling house, known
as No. 1412 North Sixth Street.
Terms of Sale Twenty per cent. \
\ of the purchase price at the time the !
property is stricken down to the pur- 1
! chaser and the remainder of the pur- !
-chase price on or before January 14,
11319. the day for confirmation of said I
I sale by the Court.
HARVEY E. KNL'PP. I
.Master In Partition. |
! : !
I NOTICE Letters of Administra
| tion on the Estate of William Stroud j
Dindley, late of Harrisburg, Dauphin !
; County, Pa., deceased, having been i
| granted to the undersigned residing;
in Harrisburg, Pa., all persons indebt
ed to said Estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those
having claims will present them for
settlement.
| UNION TRUST COMPANY OF PENN
SYLVANIA.
Or to Administrator.
GEO. ROSS HULL,
Attorney-at-Law,
Union Trust Bidg.
NOTICE; Letters of Administra
tion. c. t. a., on the Estate of Anna
C. Banks, late of Harrisburg, Pa.. <ie- i
ceased, having been granted to the'
undersigned residing in Harrisburg,
Pa., all persons indebted to said Estate !
are requested to make immediate pay- i
Ment. and those having claims win i
present them for settlement.
CAMP CURT IN TRUST CO..
Or to Administrator, c. t. a. '
I. P. BOWMAN.
Attorney-at-Law.
$91,000.00
SCHOOL BONDS OF THE SCHOOL
DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF
HARRISBURG. PA.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be re
ceived by the- Board of School three-1
tors of tin: School District of the City'
of Harrisburg. Pa., until Friday. l>e- |
oember 2". 19IS, at 3:30 o'clock P. M., '
for the purchase of all or any portion !
of $91.900.00 4I - per cejit. coupon |
bonds of said School District.
The bonds will be issued in denomi- !
nations of $1,000.00 each, bearing date
of November 1, PMS, and maturing.
$16,000.00 on November 1. 1923. and (
$3,000.00 each year from November 1.
1924, to November 1. 1918. both inclu
sive with Uie interest payable on the'
first day of May and November or
each yeur.
The principal and interest will be
payable ut the office of the Treasurer
of the said School District. Harris-!
burg. Pa., anil the bonds will be free 1
of state tax.
Ar the general election hehl Novem
ber 7, 1916. the School District was au
thorized to increase the indebtedness!
of the District $1.250,0ii0.0n by a Vole 1
of 6,555 in favor and 4,293 against. j
Each proposal must be accompanied
by a certified check, payable to the;
order of the Treasurer of' the School
District. Harrishiirg, Pa., for two (2)
per cent, of the par value of the
amount hid for.
Bonds will be ready for delivery as
soon afterf January 1. 1949, as pos
sible und bids must include the pay- i
Hient of aufi'U'd interest to the date
uf delivery..
The "right is Yeset-Ved.td reject am
or all bids not deemed to be in the 1
interest of the School District.
By order of the Board.
D. D. HAMMKLBAUGH, >
Secretary.
121-123 Chestnut Street,.Harrisburg.
Pa.
NOTICE Lettc4s of Administra
tion on the Estate of Lydla A. Ham
mond. late of Ha; risburg. Dauphin
' oiirity. Pennsylvania, having been
granted to the undersigned. H |) p fr -!;
sons owing the said Estate are re- !
quested to make immediate pavment
ami those having claims against the
same will present them without delay
*° ..
JOHN W. HAMMOND. '
Administrator,
No. 225 Peffer Street. ;
Harrisburg, Pa.
Estate of Martha R. Sourbeer, de
ceased.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on I
the ulaive Estate having been grunted
to tlie undersigned, all persons indebt- ;
ed to;the seid Estate are requested to i
make payment, and those having! i
claims to present the same without
delay, to
THOMAS S. RESIDE.
• Administrator,
.Or to 3617 Berryhlll Street.
IV. JUSTIN CARTER. ESQ..
Attorney for Administrator,
221 Market Street, i.
Harrisburg, Pa.
Swope. K. Fred Rovve. C. W. Miller.
C. Dinn Scott and Henderson Gilbert.
The outing will be under the gsn
?val aurpicts of the Social Work
Committee of the "V" with P. T.
hints as the chairman. The idea
v: the nlTalr us outlined by Chairman
iiarncs is not alone to take the kinks
.ut oi' the brains and muscles of
tired bushiersmeil and to rid them
' LEGAL NOTICES
PURSUANT to an Order of the Or
phans' Court of Dauphin County, the
undersigned will sell at public sale.
•to be held Thursday, DecernUer a,
i 1918, at 2 o'clock P. M., in front ot
the Court House, Harrisourg, Pa., the
following two tracts of real estate
i late the property of George A. Salts
riian, deceased.
* TRACT NO. 1
AU thftt certain lot or piece of land
in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin
| County, Pa„ situate on t.he River Road
ahout *i mile south of the Dingles
town Road, srid lot having a frontage !
along River Road of 112.22 feet, more
or less, with a deptli of 210 feet, more
or less, to Second Street, and having
thereon erected a large modern threo
, story brick dwelling house —H rooms,
2 baths with garage and other out
buildings on lot. l'or complete de
• scription see Deed of James D. Salts
man et ux. to George A. Saltsman, re
corded in the Oflico for the Recording
lof Deeds, etc., in and for Dauphin I
i County, in Deed Book K, Vol. 12, page
; 261.
TRACT NO. 2
All that certain lot or piece of land, |
situate on the southeast corner of |
] Paxtang Avenue tind Brisban street.;
Borough of Paxtang, Pa., said lot hav- !
I ing a frontage of 63 feet on Paxtang ;
Avenue with a depth of 130 feet along ;
Brisban Street to Apple Alley. For ;
i complete description see Deed of I
James D. Saltsman et ux. to Gt-orge I
A. Saltsman. recorded in the Oftics !
for the Recording of Deeds, etc., in {
; and for Dauphin County, in Deed Book j
K. Vol. 12. page 259.
Sale to he made free and clear of all i
liens and incumbrances. Ten per cent, i
of purchase price to be paid on day
'of sale, balance on confirmation.
I Further terms apd conditions will be
i made known at time and place of
sale by
UNION TRUST COMPANY.
! Administrator of the Estate of "George
A. Saltsman, Dec'd.
1 PAUR G. SMITH,
j JOB J. CONKDIN.
Attorneys. *. • r
NOTICE
I Letters ot Administration In the '
; Estate of Edwin K. Curtis, late of!
j Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Penn- j
, sylvania, dec >ased. having been grant
j <d to the undersigned, atl persons in- I
debted to said Estate arc requested
I to. make immediate payment, and!
{those having claims or demands
against said Estate will make the
same known without delay to
HARRIET J CURTIS,
Administratrix.
Or to lier Attorney,
WALTER R. SOUS'.
Commonwealth Trust Co. Building ,
Harrisburg. Pa.
NOTICE I-etters of Administra
tion on the* Estate of John A. Behm,
late of Middle Paxton Township'
Dauphin County. Pa., deceased, hav
ing been granted to tile undersigned
residing in Middle Paxton Township,
all persons indebted t<y said Estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims will
present them for settlement.
ELIZABETH BEHM.
Administratrix.
Dauphin. Pa.
Or R. D.
HARVEY E. KNUPP. I
Russ Bldg..
Harrisburg. Pa.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE Estate of I
Catharine Amanda Dean, late of Har
risburg. Dauphin County. Pa., deccas- i
ed. The undersigned Auditor. ap- I
pointed to distribute the balance re- | 1
inaining in the hands of Paul A. Run- 1
kel. Executor of said deceased, to and l '
among those legally entitled to the '
same, will sit for that purpose on I •
Tuesday. December 17. 1918. at 101'
o'clock, in the Law Offices qf the Au- • '
ditor. Nr.. 2 Russ Building. Market ,
Square, Harrisburg. Pa., where all I
parties In said distribution may at- ' '
tend.
HARVEY E. KNUPP.
Auditor. 1
In the District Court of the United >
States, for the Middle District of I
Pennsylvania in re. Frederick W.
Greene No. 3610, in Bankruptcy.
TO THE HONORABLE CHARLES I I
U. WITMER, Judge of the District I
Court of the United States for the ,
AJiildle District of Pennsylvania.
Frederick W. Greene, of Harris- J
burg, in the County of Dauphin, and
State of Pennsylvania, in said district, I"
respectfully represents: #
That on the Hth day of February, j
lust past, he was duly adjudged bank- 1
ritpt under the Acts of Congress re- i
lating to Bankruptcy; thut he has ,
duly surrendered all hi- property, and ; 1
rights of property, and has fully com- j 1
plied with all the requirement*! of
~i<l Acts and of the order of the Court | [
touching his bankruptcy.
WHEREFORE HE PRAYS, that lie
may be decreed by the Court to have i
a full discharge from all debts prov- ,
able against his estate under said [
bankrupt acts, except such debts as
are excepted by law from such dis
charge. . j
Dated this lltli day of November.
A. D. 1918.
FREDERICK W. GREENE,
Bankrupt.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON*
.Middle District of Pennsylvania, ss: |
On this 15th day of November. A. D.
1918, on reading the foregoing perti- I i
tion. it is i i
ORDERED BY THE COURT, that I i
a hearing be had upon the same on i
the 3d-day of January. A. D. 1919, be
fore said Court, at Scranton. Pa., in '
said district, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon: ami that notice thereof be
published in "Harrisburg Telegraph."
a newspaper printed in said district,
and that ail known credltirs arri
other persons in interest may appear
at the said time and place and show ] '
cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of said petitioner should not j
be granted.
AND IT IK FURTHER ORDERED
BY THE COURT, that the Clerk shall
send by mall to nil known creditors, 1
copies of said petition nnd this order
addressed to them at their places of 1 '
residence as stated.
WITNESS, the Hon. Chnrlos , 1
R. Wltmer. Judge of said i
(Seal of Court. and the Seal I
the Court) thereof, at Scranton. In.,
said District, tills Istli day
of November. A. t>. 1918.
G. C. BCHKUER, I
Clerk. J
■ :i > fIK ■ t liilii. V-.
of that tired feeling described by
patent ineliqtne advertisers, but then
is also a ,'Muctical purpose; that of
preparing th. winter's wood supply
for the "Y" fireplace. "You have no
Idea," Chgiriran Barnes said, "of tin
way the 'ellows enjoy our fireplace
at the liuiiditig. A huge, homey blaz
ing 'ire is always kept going ijiul
there are usually a number of men.
1 MTrkeFS ]
YEW YORK STOCKS
Chandler Brothers and Company,'
members of New York and PhiUulol- .
; phia Stock Exchanges—3 North Mar- .
| ket Square, Harrisburg—336 Chestnut
street. Philadelphia; 34 l'lne street. |
! New York—furnish the following;
1 quotations Open. Noon.
I Amer Beet Sugar 52'* 60 |
; American Can 42*4 42 j
Am Car and Foundry ... 80'4 Su%
Amer Loco 61 61
Amer Smelting; SI 1 - SI
American Sugar 11l lit) |
Amer Woolens 49% 40%!
Anaconda 63*4 61%'
Atchlsoif 93 • 92*4
I Baldwin Locomotive ... 74% 74 .
j Baltimore and Ohio .... 33 53
j Bethlehem Steel B .... 64 62*4 i
j California Petroleum .. 19 it ,
I Canadian Pacific 139 % 13914 j
j Central Leather 61 59 !
I Chesapeake and Ohio . 5S 58 j
| Chicago H T and Pacific 26 la 25%
| Chino Con Copper 38 38 j
| Col Fuel and Iron 36 36 |
j Corn Products 47'4 46% I
| Crucible Steel 55*4 54% !
I Distilling Securities .... 46',4 46% ;
Krie 19 18% j
j (leneral Motors 127% 124 1
Goodrich B F 33 58%
Great Northern pfd .... 96'4 96'4 !
Great Northern Ore subs 33% 33 I
Hide and Leather pfd ... 75% 75% j
Inspiration Copper ...,. 48% .48 1
: Kennecott 33% 33% j
| Lehtgli Valley 58 57 44 |
Maxwell Motors 27'.4 36!4 :
Merc Mar Ctfs 27' a 26
Merc Mar Ctfs pfd 110%. 108'.4 j
Mex Petroleum 161*4 156% ]
Miami Copper 25% 25 % j
Midvale Steel 43 42% j
New York Central 78% 76% ;
N V N II and II 35% 34% 1
Northern Pacific 93 93% j
Railway Steel Spg 69% 69% !
Reading 83% 82% ;
Republic Iron and Steel 76% 75 !
Southern Pacific 160% 99%
Southern Ry 28 % 28% ;
Studebaker 55% 5u% ,
Union Pacific 129% 128%
r S X Alcohol 102 100% !
U S Rubber 67% 67% |:
U S Steel 100% . 99
U S Steel pl'd 111% 111%
Utah Copper 78% 77
Virginia-Carolina Chem . 52 % 53% :
Westingliouse Mfg 42% 42% : i
Willys-Overland 21% 23% ]
Western Maryland 18% 13 I
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I*llll. A DELPHI A PRODUCE |l
by Associated I'ress
I'liiladelpliln. Nov. 27. Wheat 1
No. i. *Oll. leu, 82.20; *O. 2. leu, e- 21; ; •
No. i. soli, reu, $2.24.
Bran The market is steady; soft ,
winter, per ton. $40.30®47.00; spring. ,
per ton $44 0UW45.00.
Butter The market is higher; I 1
We.. .em •-i .1 pachiu. cr.-.u.ioly. j |
67c; uoarby prints, fancy. 71 <1 73c. ,1
F. -s Market. Hi lit; Pennsylvania. ] 1
and omei ..e.iuy mete., nut- am...
$21.00®21.60 per case; do., current re, ,
ceipts free cases. $20.7. per!
u-.e 'Aest. ru. est.a nrsts. ti.-.e ca.-t.-.
$21,004(21.60 pcr case; do., firsts, free t
cases. $20.404|i20.70 per case; fancy, se-! :
lected, packed. 75® 77c per dozen. ! 1
Kenneo siisai't Ai.trkct steady. - ,
powdered. 8.15 c; extra line granulat- i
eU. : 26c.
Cheese The market is higher; ,
Ne.. 1 t.i k unu VV ist o.iatll, I'uii ,
34 36c.
Corn —The market is steady; No. 2, ,
yellow, as to grade uitd location' .
sl.ss®' 1.70; No. 3. yellow. $1.55® I.JO.
Oats The market is steady 1 >
No. 2. white, 82% ® 82c; No. 3. white
81 % ffdB2c. 1
Live Poultry Turkeys lower; t ]
fowls, 264132 c; spring chickens, 26®) i
LEGAL NOTICES
Estate of Conrad Miller, deceased, late
of the Cty of Harrisburg, Dauphin !
Com Pa.
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on said
Estate having been granted to the un- 1 ;
dersigned, all prisons having claims i |
or demands against said estate will i
present the same, and nil persons in
debted to tiie decedent will make pay
ment without delay to
FREDERICK R. SMITJf. j,
1509 Stale Street.
Harrisburg. Pa..
Or to
ALBERT FROEHLICII.,
2100 North Sixth Street; ,
Ila 1 risbuig. Pa.
Estate of John Henry Buyer, late 01
Harrisburg, Dauphin County. Pa.. 1
deceased.
LETTERS OK ADMINISTRATION
on the above Estate having been
granted to "the undersigned t.y 11.,.
Keglsti-i of Wills ot Dauphin t'uui.i..
nl! persons ha\ iny vn < • i< ,
again.-t the said '• e i. rcij.
questeo 10 uit i n . p. ;
all )>• ' < • Uletl to tin ,u,a lie
cedelll be PU.vnietit Will,out !
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MAP V E BOY Ell.
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un street. j
Harrisburg, Pa.
B F. L'MHERGER. Attorney.
108 North Second Street.
NOTICE Letters of Admlnlstra- |
tlon on the Estate of Lyrlla A. Klnter,
late of Harrisburg. Duuphln County, <
Pa., deceased, having been granted to '■
the undersigned teaiding in lluiria- <
burg, Pa., all persona Indebted to said ' 1
Estate are requested to make irnine- I '
dlate payment, and those having!)
claims will present them for settle- ! 1
inent. 1
KATHARINE KINTER,
Administratrix. I
1714 Susquehanna Street. . I
Or Harrisburg, Pa. 1
HARVEY K..KNUPP. j,
Attorney,
3 Rtiss Bldg.. J |
Harrisburg, Pa. t
iiiii ....
• sitting in the chairs by the fireside,
• chatting and reading the papers. It's
f the tou'-li of home, every man loves.
That ir- one of our reasons for this
i outing."
Al! meqilit-rs of the Y. M. C. A.
■ have liti-ii invited to tlie outing, l-'ur
■ tiler plans will be announced, in sue-
I ceed'ng issues of the Telegraph.
i The plioti graphs accompanying in- j
BIG YEAR FOR
! AID SOCIETY
Benevolent Association "Funds
Brought Comfort to
Many in 15)18
The character of lite, relief Cur-,'
: nislied by the Harfisburg Benevolent;
Association during the past year j
I shows a great change from formerj
1 years, according to the report of the 1
! association made public to-day. j
Emergency relief for meals has
I usually been forty times what it was
1 this year, while the amount paid for
| groceries, usually the largest item.
! now stands fourth on the list, which
iis one result of the high war-time
! wages.
The work of the association is donf*
by the Associated Aid Societies,
i which acts as agent in distributing
I lite Joint C. Brtta fund of $l,OOO, the
;one-tehth of the income of the A. It.
I Shellenberger Memorial Fund, the
; large contributions front the estate
; of Mrs. Sara J. Haly, the contribu-.
1 tions from the John C. Kunkel poor
1 fund and the Pine Street Presby- j
tcrian Church's annual Thanksgiving I
collection, all of which are paid to
the Benevollent Association.
'fife treasurer's report shows the
expenditures for relief, apart from
the "Workers' Gardens." at almost
the same figures as last year, while
the number of contributors de
creased almost ten per cent. Total
subscriptions amount t0'51,9.82.81,
while $2,050.5 7 was expended, leav
ing it deficit of $6 7.76. Mrs. Charles
A. Kunkel is treasurer of the asso
ciation. George VV. Reily is presi
dent, Miss L A. Forney, vice-presi
dent, and Donald McCormick, secre
tary.
Miss M. Glenn Gottschall-, acting
general secretary of the Associated
Aic.t, in her report, shows how the!
funds of the Benevolent Association
are used for a twofold purpose, to
give immediate relief in cases of dire
necessity, and to make possible such
permanent plans as lead to self-sup-'
port.
John P. Guyer, who for the fourth
year administered a special fund
raised for Workers' Gardens, In three
parts of the city, again made this
part of the association's work an un
qualified success. His report shows
that about eleven acres were finder
32c; fowls, not leghorns, 31®32c; white
legliui lis, JuGJuc. > ynilg, sofldicaieu
roosters. 2Uc. young, staggy n ...-,1-
ers. 20c; old roosters, 20SJ>22c; i
t<nng iuickeu, nm icgnorns, I I
while logout us. 29® 36c. ducks. Puking I 1
spring. 32® 35c; do., old., 3035 c; Indian!,
Ruin, r 'Siiie'.Uc spring ducks. Long j
Island. 314136 c; tuikeys, 28® 32c; 1 (
32c. * I '■
Dressed Poultry—Turkeys lower; j 1
spring, choice, selected, 40® 41c;'
turkeys, fresh killed, fan .... g .-.u, 36® ,
39c: bid turkeys, 36®28c; tr.-sh killed
1 a Wis, lit.C).
sizes. 33® 37c; old roo. te. 28% c,
broiling chiinkfns. vaiam, I-®...,
roasting chickens, 30®......; utim.. u.nl
geese nigher; nearby ducks, 4ut g2c; -
western aucks,*3B'ii tec; gc. se, 36® 36c;
dressed Pekiu ducks, 2iy30., old, 3d l
® 32c; Indian Runners. 27®2i %.c; |
spring ducks. Long island, 304r40r
Potatoes Tiie market Is 111 111; !
New Jersey, No. 1, 75® alio
pet' busket; do.. No. 2, 60®60t
1 buslvul. do., too-lti. bugs, No. 1, I
$2.36® .un extra quality; uo.. No. 2. |
Je.o'u / ' • .nsytvaina lull th.-..
No. I. $2.70®2.85; do., per 100 lbs.. No. 1
2 $1.2341 1.15. N.-w Jersey. No. 2. Ibu lb. 1
No. 1. $2.15®2.40; do.. No. 2. lUO lbs..
$1 2i.y1.15, western, per 100 lbs.. $1.24 |
aiuoiv. pel'lUC in... • l.ooi!* )
ISO; Delaware bi. i Maryland, per R'l |
lbs., a"I t 'O. Mich.Ban;" per IUO lb..'
$1.50® 1.70. E'ojMa. per barrel. |
$2,611 •' 4.00; Florida. put bushel,
hamper, li#Bse Flor'da. per i(0-ib, I
bags $ 1.56®3.J0; North Carolina, pert
barrel. $ 1.50' I '0; couth Carolina, per,
bai'M. !.••) 4 '•. Mirtoik.' per oar
-1 -i a-f i
barrel, $1.50®3.75; fancy Muctingic,
No 1 $2.95®3.10 per 166 lbs.; do.. No.
2 $ 1.25® 1.60.
Flour Firm: winter wheat, new,
Ino per cent. Hour. $10.25® 10.65 poi
barrel: Kansas wheat, now, $JO.5®
11.20 per barrel; current receipts,
new. $ 10.9547 11.20 tier barrel.
I lav I be market U lii 01; timothy.
No. i k. 1 • and SIIIHII bales, T.'i'.'.nu® |
Ib.itli ;.ei ton. No 2. small bales. $29.00 1
v .11.116 p. i ion. No. 2. $23.011®25.00 per !
1 1 on. OK
-1 ion.
t'luv-i Llgbt nfixod. s29.oP(f*
$3u.UO per ion. No. I. light, mixed. 5
$26 en or 27 On f-r ton; No. 2. light m'x- ;
ed. $22.00®25.00 per ton; no grude, ;
, ' .1 per 1011.
ii allow The market is firm;
pi 11..V Jlty. in tierces, l!l%c;. city,
special loose, 'ioo; prime country.
18% c; dark. 16%®17e; edible. in
tieiyes. 12®2!%C. 1
CHICAGO CATTLE
by Associated I'ress
Clileiiao. Nov. 27. 11'. S. Bureau
of Markets). - Hogs Receipts.
28,000; market opened mostly 10c to
loc higher; closing easier; trade now I
steady to strong with yesterday's 1
average. Butchers, $17.85® 18.40; I
light. $17.10® 18.15; packing. $17,00® 1
17.75; throwouts. $16.00® 16.75; pigs,.,
good to choice, ft3.so® 15.50.
Cattle Receipts. 11,000; market on j
tieef and butcher cattle very slow, 1
lower on all helow choice steers; can- |
ners and calves and good feeders i
about steady,
Sheep Receipts. 10,000; market on '
killing classes more active and firm f
to higher; feeders slow.
elude those of Howard P, Fry and
Ai K. Thomas, caught by a park of
ficer us 'hey were trying to "steal"
come wood for the "Y." All are
hugely enjoying the situation
Another slio-vr Robert it. Reeves, Eli
N. Herehey, John S. Musserv V.
Grant Foriv t- Howard t'. Fry, in
spectlng the ground with Al K.
j Thomas nnti Fred liowe, uccoinpnny
' ing them.
1
cultivation in three tracts at Seven
teenth and Herr streets, Seven
j teerith unit Catherine, und Thir
: teentli and Sycamore, divided into
330 lots, with the estimated value of
tiie crops $lO,OOO. The lots at Sev
enteenth and Herr strets, cultivated
by foreigners, yielded about $6,000
lin crops. The Harrisburg Chamber j
'of Commerce provided tiie plowing
J and furnished the fertilizer for this
! tract and the one at Seventeenth and
j Catherine streets, at a cost of $287. |
• The cost of operation was about j
I $3,80 per lot. while the probabfe
<1 cash value to the workers, was $30.!
PENNSYLVANIANS
NEAR ST. DiZIER
[Continued from First l'age.]
Major General Walter 11. Gordon.
7 Regulars, Kuvezln ar.d St. Di
zier. Major General Edmund Witten- 1
ineyer.
26 (New England) Bras. Troyon
sur-Meuse, St. Dizier, Brigadier Gen- I
era I F. E. Kamford.
27 (New Y'ork) Corbie, Reau- !
quesne, St. Dizier. Major General John \
F. O'Ryan.
2n 11'rluiK) I vanln ) lliiuillcort find
St. Dizier, >lnjnr General \\ llliani 11.
liny.
29 (New Jersey, Delaware, Vir- I
glnia, Maryland, District of Cqlum- i
Ida), Robert Espagne and St. Dizier. '
Major General C. C. Morton.
30 (Tennessee. North Carolina, j
South Carolina, District of Colum- I
bia), Quecrieu, Major General Ed- j
ward H. Lewis.
31 (Georgia. Alabama. Florida) 1
Brest, Major General Leroy S. Lyon. J
32 (Michigan. Wisconsin) Alncre- j
vllle and St. Dizier, Major General |
William C. Haan.
33 (Illinois) Troyon and St. Di
zier. Major General George Bell, Jr.
34 (Nebraska. lowa, South Dakota,
Minnesota), I'astres, Brigadier Gen
eral John A. Johnston.
35 t Missouri, Kansas) Somme
Dieue and St. Dizier. Major General
1 i'eter K. Traub.
36 (Texas, Oklahoma) Conde-en- j
Barrols, Major General W. It. Smith. 1
37 (Ohio) Thielt. Dunkerq'ue, j
Major General Charles S. Farnsworth. 1
38 (Indiana. Kentucky, West Vir-j
ginia) I-e Mans, Major General Rob
ert L. Howze.
42 ( Rainbow I Ralsnncelle and St.
Dialer, Major General t'hnrle* D.
Rhodes.
77 (New York City) La Basnce.
' Vurennes, St. Dizier, Major General,
Robert Alexandt r. .
78 (Western New York, New Jer
sey, Delaware) Le Chainpy. llaut and
St. Dizier, Major Generral James 11.
Mcßae.
7il ( Yorllieiisl Pennaylvnnln. Mary
land. District of t'vlumhla) . 8 m-her
auvilli- and St. Dialer. Major General
Joseph E- Kuhn.
80 (Virginia. West Virginia, West
ern Pennsylvania) Sommauthe and
St. Dizier, Major General James H.
Cronkhite.
81 iJtorth Carolina, Soutli Caro
lina, Florida, l'orto Rico) Somme
Dieue, Is-Sur-Tille, Major General |
Charles J. Bailey.
82 (Georgia. Olabama, Tennesse) j
H. OSCAR OLRiCH 1
Phila. Eyesight Specialist
Will be in my Harrisburg
office all this week
I offer you all th!? week n flne
pair f Kins#***. 11 rat quality
Hpherlfttl lenses. j?ol<l tilled frame,
rimless spectacles or nose
cieKunt case, nnd my nclentirtc eye
examination-all for as low as
$2.00 Complete
Special ground lenses at lowest
prices. Invisible bifocals, two
pair In one for far and near. No
lines, no cement. LAst for'years.
Don't fall to take ndvantagA of
this extraordinary special offer.
Tills offer expires Saturday, No
vember 30th.
Hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.
i
( timed it*l day TJiHnksglvlng
II \ltltlSßl'ltG OFFICIO
Kititin I. S|HHiiK*r llldg., 11 North
.Market S<(., Second Fltair
(Take elevator)
I Plii'a. 'Office, 1107 chestnut St. (
r Aiewclatetl with Dr. G. D. Noellng I
Florent. Major General George P.
! Duncan.
84 (Kentucky. Indiana, Southern
j Illinois) Neuvic, Major General
| Harry C. Hale.
j 86 (Chicago and N'orthern Illinois)
St. Andre de Cubzac, -Major General
Charles H. Martin.
87 (Arkansas, Louisanu, Missis
sippi, Southern Alabama.) Pons,
•Major General S. I). Bturgis.
88 (North Dakota, Minnesota,
lowa, West Illinois) Montre-aux
aux-Chnteau, Is-sur-Tille, Major Gen
eral William WelgeL
89 i Kansas. Missouri. South Da-j
! kota, Nebraska, Colorado, New Mex- \
Ico, Arizona) Taill.v and St. Dialer,
I Brigadier General Prank L. Winn.
90 (Texas and Oklahoma) VII- '
! li es Dev Dun and St. Dialer, Major
| General Hehry T. Allen.
91 (Alaska, Washington, Oregon,
j California, Idaho, Nevada, Montana.!
I Wyoming, Utah) Oostroosebeke and j
j Dunkerque. Major General William j
j H. Johnston.
I 92 (Negroes, National- Army) j
j Murbai he and St. Dialer, Major Gen- |
I eral Charles C. Ballon.
DEPOT DIVISIONS
| 41 (Washington, Oregon. Montana,
j Idaho. Wyoming) St. Algnan and !
j Noyera, Brigadier General Ell Cole, i
j S3 ( Ohio and West Pennsylvania) '<
l.e Mans nnd Cnstres. Major Ueneral
E. P. Glen a.
76 (New England ahd New York)
HOW WEAK, NERVOUS WOMEN
QUICKLY GAIN VIGOROUS
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I At the Kesher Israel I
I Synagogue
The lighting of the first candle of 1
Chaniku will be celebrated Thursday g
night. Rev. Neumark will assist in the
singing.
Beautiful-silver Chaniku candelabra will
be presented to the Kesher Israel Syna
gogue at this occasion. All Are Welcome.
Sunday night at 6.30, December Ist, the Victory I
celebration and Chaniku concert will be held. Rev. J
Neumark, with a choir and orchestra of 20 pieces, j
will render beautiful selections that will be enjoyed
by every one present.
Pennsylvania
Law of Wills
WE have prepared a brief digest of the
Pennsylvania Law of Wills, \Vhicli
includes the laws governing- estates of those
dying without a will and the investment of
trust funds.
Our Trust Department's services are offered,
without charge, to all who may wish further
information concerning the law or desire
assistance in the preparation of theif wills.
This digest will be
mailed on request
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St. Amand. Mont Hond. Major General
Harry F. Hodges.
85 (Michigan nnd East Wisconsin)
Pouilly, Major General Chase W. Ken
nedy. "
39 (Arkansas. Mississippi, Louis
iana) St. Florent. Major General
Henry O, Hodges, Jr.
40 (Colorado. Utah, Arizona,, Now
Mexico and California) Revigny and
SI. Dizier, Major Ueneral F. S. Strong.
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