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BUSINESS PERSONALS 1
QUININE —lajok out for that grippe
feeling, likely to catch you this
changeable weather. OUR LAXATIVE
PHOSPHO-QUININE will stave it iff
if taken in time. Gross Drug Store,
119 Market street.
FINANCIAL
INVEST CONSERVATIVELY
HYDRO-ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER
GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPALS!
J. K. GREENAWALT. JR.,
130 Walnut Street,
Bell phone 618 J. Ilarrisburg. Pa.
WANTED —To borrow $3,000 on first
mortgage on suburban property, val
ue $4,500. Address E-7623 care Tele
graphy
MONEY TO LOAN
SMALL LOANS AT LEGAL RATES
sls TO S3OO
On furniture, real estate or guaran
teed notes. Convenient monthly pay
ments. Interest charges based on the
actual time the money is in your pos
session.
Open Evening, Dec. 20, 22, 23, 24.
CO-OPERATIVE LOAN
AND INVESTMENT CO.,
201 Chestnut Street.
AVE LEND MONEY in compliance
with Act of June 4, 1919, to individu
als in need of ready cash, small loans
a specialty, business confidential, pay- .
ments to suit borrower's convenience, ;
positivelv lowest rates in city.
PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT CO.,
132 Walnut Street.
MONEY LOANED—Employes, 1/ian
Society, Room 200 Bergner Bldg.,
Third and Market streets. "Licensed
and Bonded by the State."
HAULING AND MOVING
HEAVY TRUCKING
LOCAL OR LONG DISTANCE.
CONTRACT WORK A SPE
CIALTY. RURAL TRANS
PORTATION LINE.
HARRISBURG AUTO CO.,
BELL 100
LOC A L AND LONG-DISTANCE
HAULlNG—Furniture moving. Prompt
service. Ernest Corbin, 630 Calder |
street. Both phones. Bell 3636-J. I
Dial 3638.
BECK & HARRIS, moving of all
kinds, piano, safe, furniture and ma
chinery, 20 years' experience. Bell
2418. Dial 3283.
AUTO hauling, local or long dis
tance, furniture and piano moving a
specialty. Blue Lino Transfer, 917
Capital St. Both phones.
HICKS Local and long-distance
hauling and storage, 1214 Wallace St.
Bell phone 1050 M.
PAUL BECK, general hauling, local
and long distance, making a specialty
of furniture, piano and safe moving.
Call at 1617 Naudian St., or Bell 5235.1.
WE Move Anything. Anywhere,
Any time. Price reasonable. Dial
4990. Dayton Cycle Co., 912 North
Third Street.
HEAVY HAULING Fully equipped
for furniture, freight and piano mov
ing. No distance too far. Careful
driver. Rain und dustproof body. J.
E. Gruber's Truck Service. Irwin
Aungst, Manager, Herahey, Pa. Bell
phone 15R6.
MUSICAL
HAi tItISBURG TALKING MACHINE
HOSPITAL,
1303 North Sixth Street.
Talking machines repaired
and supplies a specialty. Call
Bell phone 2181 J.
VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, GUITARS.
BANJOS, Band and Orchestra Instru
ments promptly and carefully repair
ed. OYLER'S, 14 South Fourth street.
WANTED—By saxophone player,
evening work with orchestra, dance
or otherwise, bass or treble cleft. Call
Bell phone 3036 W.
Strich & Zcldler upright mahogany
piano, in A No. 1 condition. Selling on
account of leaving the city. Can be
purchased at a reasonable figure front
a private party. Address Box L-9063
rare Telegraph.
FOR SALE Player piano for $450.
A big bargain to quick buyer. Spong
ier Music House, 2112 N. Sixth street.
TALKING MACHINES promptly and
carefully repaired by an expert only.
Of LEU'S, 14 South Fourth street.
STORAGE
STORAGE —419 Broad street, house
hold goods, merchandise. Private
rooms at reasonable rates. Also haul
ing of all kinds. D. Cooper & Co.
Botli phones.
STORAGE Private rooms for
household goods in fireproof ware
house, $3 per month una up. Lower
storage rates in non-tireproof ware
house. Harrisburg Storage Co., 437-
445 South Second street.
STORAGE —in brick building, rear
40s Market. Household goods in clean,
private rooms. Reasonable rates. P.
G. Diener, 408 Market Street.
STORAGE
LOW PRICES
HIGHSPIRB DISTILLERY CO., LTD.,
HIUHSPIRE, PA.
Both phones, Bell Steclton 169Y
WHERE TO DINE
ALVA HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
THE HOME OF SATISFACTION.
UNDERTAKERS
Funeral Director
GEO. H. SOURBIEU
1319 North Third Street
SAMUEL S. FACKLKK,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
1312 Derry St.
BELL 1956 DIAL 2188
RUDOLPH K. SPICER
Funeral Director and Einbalmer
511 North Second Street.
BELL 252 DIAL 2145
G. E. BRESTLE.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
1745 N. 6th St.
ALSO MIDDLETOVV'N OFFICE
BELL 2423 DIAL 3295
CEMETERY LOTS FOR SAI.E
PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY—
Beautifully situated on Market street,
east of Twenty-sixth, and on the north
and cast faces the new parkway. The
price of lots are moderate. Miller
Bros. & Co., Agents.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
CLEANING
DYEING AND PRESSING
Ijt us make your old fall and win
ter clulhcs look new. We call and de
liver. Al! kinds of repairing. Both
phones. H. Goodman, 1306' A North
Sixth Street.
TUESDAY EVENING,
AUTOMOBILES
i
OVERLAND
i USED CAR DEPARTMENT
I
DECEMBER THRIFT SALE
NEW cars will be priced
higher after the first of the
year. Used cars will also be
higher. We are offering all
used cars in our stock at
THRIFT PRICES. Our fiscal
year closes this month and
we do not intend to carry
over a single car. At the
prices we are marking them
they are selling as fast as we
can overhaul anil repaint
them. ,
Overland Country Club with
winter top. Iteltnished dark
maroon, black wire wheels
and black top. A Panasonic
car, mechanically guaranteed,
tires good. Summer top in
cluded.
Overland Country Club, brown
with cream wire wliems. prac
tically new tires, good run
ning order.
Chalmers seven-passenger six i
cylinder sedan. Rebnished
royal blue with black run
ning gear.
1913 Cadillac touring in good
mechanical condition. Orig
inal pain*, fine, new storage
battery $535 !
Open Evenings, Both phones
THE OVERLAND HARRISBURG CO.,
212-214 North Second St.
BARGAINS
VIM —Onc-lialf ton, good condition,
cheap.
ONE-TON truck, express body with |
top. electric starting and lighting. ]
COKY —Roadster, good condition.
TWO-TON TOItBENSON rear axle, ]
complete.
CADILLAC motor. 1914, line condition.
ONE DOCO automobile lighting sys
tem.
DENBV—stake body; like new.
CADILLAC Unit, with two-wheel
.trailer.
SEVERAL BODIES FOR SALE
DENBY SALES CORPORATION. t
1205 Capital Street.
1917 Chandler, club roadster, {9OO. j
1917 Mercer touring, 7-passengar i
very snappy, two spare tiles. A icaij
good bargain.
191S Chalmers touring. 7 passenger
Just been overhauled, will sacrifice.
1917 Mitchell, touring, real bargain.
1914 Ford touring.
The above cars will appeal to the ;
average buyer in the market for a i
good used car. HJemonstratiun given, j
CHELSEA AUTO CO..
A. Scliilfman. Manager.
i i
One model S4. Willys-Knight coupe, i
newly painted, new cord tires.
Standard 8. sport model, 1920, run!
less than 1000 miles.
REX GARAGE AND SUPPLY CO..
1917 North Third
1
PROSPECTIVE TRUCK BUYERS |
TAKE NOTICE
We are offering a proposition
whereby you can earn a large salary
besides an independent living.
We. have recently signed contracts
Willi several large construction firms
to sunply them with trucks the com
ing year, which will number 100
mark. We are therefore in a position
to serve you in several different ways
principally as follows;
With .nbuilt quality Selden trill Its
unlimited service and guaranteed p.
sition that will enable you to carry
for your trucks from its earnings six
to eight minutes time, our 1919 rec
ords show that during tr.e first year
Selden trucks were placed in the
hands of 63 satisfied owners the ma
jority of whom paid for their trucks
in a like manner. Do uut fail to take
advantage of this splendid oppor
tunity. place your order now that ,ou
may be assured of early delivery and
be one of the first on the job when
spring makes -ts appearance. Seldens
can be delivered in the following c&-
pac .tics, Hi, 2, 2 Vs. 3>/s and 5 tons.
Phone Bell 4549 or Dial 6909 for
appointments or address
SELDEN TRUCK DISTRIBUTORS,
1917-25 -Market Street,
Harrisburg, Pa.
SECOND-HAND motor trucks for
sale cheap—Fords, Kohler, Chalmers
and' Internationals; three-quarter to
two-ton capacities, $290 and up.
INTERNATIONAL IIARVKSTER
MOTOR TRUCK DEPARTMENT
619-21 Walnut Street.
FORD OWNERS
We have received a large shipment
of front springs for Ford cars . nd are
sacrificing them for $2.75 apiece. Chel
sea Auto Co., 22 N. Cameron St.
STUDEBAKER—Light 6; suitable
for livery; cheap to quick buyer, keo
roadster; A-l condition. Sible's Ua
iage. Third and Cumberland St.
WM. PENN GARAGE
224-6 Mucnch street. Limousines for
funerals, parties and balls; careful
drivers; open day and night. Bell
4564. \
OLD AUTOS
Wanted; used, wrecked or oldtimers,
in any condition. See nie before
rificing elsewhere. Chelsea Auto
Wrecking. A. Schiffman, 22-24-26 A.
Cameron Street. Bell 3633.
FOR SALE
1919 Buick roadster, ill Al
condition. Apply Black's Gar
age, 295 S. 17 111 SL
Overland, model 90. touring
Chevrolet, Baby Grand, touring.
Studebaker, 7 passenger, 6 cylinder.
Studebaker, 5 passenger, 4 cylinder.
Willys-Knight, model 84, touring.
Voile, light six, 5 passenger.
Overland, model 85-4, fine shape.
Time payments can be arranged.
REX GARAGE AND SL'Pl'Lf L'U.,
19X7 N. Third Street.
FORD touring, 17 model; electric
lights, runs and pulls like new. Price
S4OO cash. Dial 36-C. C. I>. Herat.
Llnglestown, near Harrisburg.
FOR SALE—Chevrolet sedan model
490; cheap; in Al condition. Can be
seen at llershey Creamery Co. gar
age, South Cameron St.
KEYSTONE AUTO TOP CO.
All sorts jt auto tops and cushion
work done oy experts; also repair
work. Reasonable rates, 7 2-78 South
Cameron street.
MAGNETOS All typfcs, 4 and 6
Bosch, . high tension, Eisman. Dixie,
Splitdorf, Mea. Remy and different
makes of coils, carburetors, etc. A
Schiffman, 22-24-26 North Cameron
street. Bell 3633.
Garages, Accessories and Repairs
YOUR D.4DGE PLUS A KAY FIELD
CARBURETOR —That's a great com
bination. A Rayficld equipped Dodge;
the special Dodge moucl is inexpen
sive und the saving in gasoline bills
is from 15 to 30 per cent, will pay
for it in a .hort time; a Raytlcld mi
any car increases its efficiency all
' mound. My how she pulls the htlls.
Agency, Federicks' Garage, 443 Snuth
Cameron Street, Harrisburg.
MOTORCYCLES AXD BICYCLES
BICYCLE REPAIRING
BY AN* ICXPEKT
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
DORY 6HANER
• WITH
ANDREW REDMOND,
165? NORTH THIRD STREET. . I
AUTO WANTED
FORD COUPE OR ROADSTER. AD
DRESS WITH PARTICULARS. P. O.
DON 381. HARRISBUKO, PA.
AUCTIONEER
YOU ARE
Referred to satisfied
clients for whom 1 have
conducted Auction Sales.
AUCTIONEER HITE
422 S. 13th Bell 1875J
LEGAL NOTICES
In the Orphans Court of Dauphin
County. In the matter of the applica
tion for letters of administration upon
the estate of Elizabeth Keefe, a sup
posed decedent. Evidence concerning
the alleged absence of Elizabeth
Keefe. a supposed decedent, and the
circumstances and duration thereof
having been heard by the Orphans
Court of Dauphin County, Penna., on !
December 15, 1919, it was ordered and |
decreed by the said court that the .
legai presumption of the death of said J
Elizabeth Keefe was made out and i
established, and in pursuance of said]
order and decree, you, the said Eliza
beth Keefe, or any other person for |
you, are hereby required on or before i
April 5, 1920, to produce to the said !
court satisfactory evidence of the]
continuance in life of the said Eliza
beth Keefe, and if, at the said date,
satisfactory evidence of the continu
ance in lile of the said Elizabeth
Keefe shall not be forthcoming, a de
cree will be entefod by the said court
directing the Register of Wills of
Dauphin County, to issue letters of;
administration upon the estate of said
Elizabeth Keefe to the person en
titled thereto.
STEEVER.
B HADDOCK,
Attorneys.
in the District Court •of the United
States for the Middle District of
Pennsylvania. In Bankruptcy, No.
3840.
In the matter of John C. Gicde, ■
bankrupt.
To the creditors of John C. Giede.
of Ilarrisburg, Pa., in the County of
Dauphin, and district aforesaid, a
bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that the said
bankrupt was duly adjudicated as
sucb on December 17, 1919, and that
the first meeting of the creditors will
be held at t'ivi! Service examination
loom. No. 300, Post Office Building,
Ilarrisburg, Pa., at 2 p. in. o'clock, on
January 1920. at which time, the
said creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankruol and transact such other
business as may properly come be
fore said meeting.
JOHN T. OLMSTED.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
December 30, 1919.
NOTICE
THE annual meeting of The Tele
graph Printing Co., for the election of
i directors and transaction of other
business that may properly come be
fore the meeting, will be held at the
office of the company, 21ti Federal
Square, ilarrisburg, Pa.. Monday, Jan
uary 12, 1929.
F. R. OYSTER.
Secretary.
NOTICE is hereby given that a
meeting of the stockholders of the
First National Bank of ilarrisburg,
Pa., will be held in the banking room
of the First National Bank- of Ilarris
burg. Pa., on the 13th day of Janu
ary. 1920, between the hours of 11
and 1 o'clock, for the purpose of vot
ling for or against a proposed increase
in the capital stock of said bank
from $109,900 to $200,000.
IS. J. G LANCEY,
Cashier.
ANNUAL MEETING
NOTICE is hereby given the stock
holders of the Citizens' Passenger
Railway Company, that the annual
meeting and election of directors of
the company, will be held at the of
fice oC the company in the City of
Harr/Tburg, Pa., on Monday, January
12, 1920, at IT a. m.
J. O'CONN'ELL
Secretary.
ANNUAL MEETING
NOTICE is hereby given the stock
holders of the East Ilarrisburg Pas
senger Railway Company, that the an
nual meeting rind election of directors
of the company, will be held at the
office of the company, in the City of
Ilarrisburg, Pa., on Monday, January
12, 1920, at 10.30 a. tn.
O'CONNELL,
Secretary.
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Daupliin County. Pa., No. 301, Sep
tember Term. 1919. Libel in divorce —
a vinculo matrimonii Ilazel C. Walk
er vs. Hollis M. Walker. The
subpoena and alias subpoena in the
above-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You, Hollis
M. Walker, are therefore direct
ed to appear in the court at Ilarris
burg, Pa., on the second Monday of
January, A. D., 1920. to answer the
complaint therein llled.
W. W. CALDWELL.
Sheriff.
Harrisbilrg, Pa. December 16, 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin OlSunty, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Dauphin County, Pa.. No. 268, June
Term, 1919. Libel in divorce—
a vinculo matrimonii Carrie M.
Dirr vs. John J. Dlrr. The sub
poena and alias subpoena in the
above-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You, John
J. Dirr. are therefore directed
to appear in the court at Ilarris
burg. on the second Monday of
January, A. D„ 1929, to answer the
complaint therein tiled.
W. W. CALDWELL.
Sheriff.
Harrisburg, Pa. December 16, 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of ;
Dauphin County, Pa.. No. 2 49. June]
Term, 3919. Libel in divorce—
a vinculo matrimonii Harry Don-1
mover vs. itachel Donmoyer. The j
subpoena and alias subpoena in the
above-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You. Rachel
Donmoyer, are therefore direct-,
ed to appear in the court at Harris- i
burst, Pa., on the second Monday of
January, A. D., 1920. to answer the
complaint therein bled.
W. W. CALDWELL
Sheriff.
Harrisburg. Pa. December 16. 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Daunhln County, Pa., No. 392. June
Term 1919. label in divorce—
a vinculo matrimonii Irene R. Tay
lor vs. Waitef B. Taylor. The
subpoena und alias subpoena in the
above-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You, Walter
H Taylor. are therefore direct
ed to appear in the court, at Harris
burir Pa., on the second Monday of
January. A. D., 192U, to answer the
complaint therein tiled.
Tom " W. W. CALDWELL
Sheriff.
Harrisburg. Pa. December 16. 1919
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Dauphin Oounty. r**-. No- 304, Sep
tember Term, 1918. Libel In divorce—
a vinculo matrimonii Helen Stew
art vs. Harvey Stewart. The
subpoena and alias subpoena In the
abo\e-slated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You. Harvey
Stewart. are therefore directed
to appear In the court at Harrla
biirir Pa., on the second Monday of
January. A. D„ 1920. to answer the
complaint therein filed.
coinpia w w caI>DWKIjU
Sheriff.
Harrlaburg. Pa. December 18, 1919.
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
LEGAL NOTICES
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In tho Court of Common Pleas of
Dauphin County, Pa,, No. 360, Sep-!
tember Term, 1919. Libel in divorce—
i a .vinculo matrimonii Bronda M
Oreider vs. Ralph V. dreider. The]
subpoena and alias subpoena in thte j
above-stated case have been returned'
'non est inventus." You, Ralph;
V. Qreider, are therefore direct-,
rd to appear In the court at Havris-1
burg. Pa., on the second Monday of
January, A. D., 1920, to answer the!
complaint therein tiled.
W. W. CALDWELL
I Sheriff.
Harrisburg, Pa. December 16. 1919.
Proclamation in Divorcd
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of I
Dauphin County, Pa., No. 185, June
Term, 1919. Libei in divorce —
a vinculo matrimonii Elizapeth Yaple!
vs.. Alexander Yaple. The sub-:
poena and alias subpoena In tho
above-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You. Alexan
der Yaple, are therefore direct
ed to appear In tho court at Harris
burg', Pa., on the second Monday of
January. A. D., 1920, to answer the
complaint therein iiled.
W. W. CALDWELL,
Sheriff.
Har-isburg. Pa. December 16. 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of i
.Dauphin County, Pa.. No. 391, Sep-1
jtember Term, 1919. Libel in divorce—
i a vinculo matrimonii Alda M. Nes-]
jtor vs. Harry S. Nestor. The
subpoena and alias subpoena in the]
I above-stated case have been returned
i "non est inventus." Y'ou, Harry
!S. Nestor, arc therefore direct
]ed to appear in the court at Harria
hurg. Pa., on the second Monday of
January, A. D., 1920, to answer tho
complaint therein filed.
W. W. CALDWELL
Sheriff.
Harrisburg. Pa. December 16, 1919.
_____—
Proclamation in Divorce
1 Dauphin County, ss:
I In the Court of Common Pleas of
1 Dauphin County, Pa., No. 288. March
Term. 1919. Libel in divorce—a
I vinculo matrimonii Elmer H. Me
| loy vs. Sarah B. Meloy. Tho sub
i poena and alias subpoena in the
; above-stated case have been returned
'"non est inventus" You, Sarah B.
|Moloy. are therefore directed to
appear in tlio court at Harris
burg. Pa., on tho second Monday of
January, A. D., 1920. to answer the
complaint therein tiled.
W. W. CALDWELL.
Sheriff.
Harrisburg. Pa. December 16, 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
I Dauphin County, ss:
i In the Court of Common Pleas of
jDauphin County, Pa., No. 31D, Scp-
I tember Term. 1919. Libel in divorce —
k vinculo matrimonii Elsie Estella Mc
j Kaddvn vs. Ralph F. McFadden. Tho
subpoena and ulias subpoena in the
above-stated ease have been returned
"non est inventus." You, Ralph P.
McFadden, are therefore directed
to appear in the court at Harris
burg, Pa., on the second Monday of
January. A. D„ 1920, to answer the
complaint therein iiled.
W. W. CALDWELL.
Sheriff.
Harrisburg. Pa. December 16. 1919.
• Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
j in tho Court of Common I'teas of
Dauphin County, Pa., No. 138, Sep
tember Term, 1918-. l.ibel in divorce—
a vinculo matrimonii Lemuel R.
Beard VS. Surah A. Beard. The
| subpoena and alias subpoena in the
shove-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You, Sarah
A. Beard, are therefore direct
ed to appear in the court at Harris
burg. Pa., on the second Monday of
January, A. D„ 1920. to answer the
complaint therein filed.
W. W. CALDWELL
Sheriff.
Harrisburg, Pa. December 16, 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In tho Court of Common Pleas of
Dauphin County, Fa„ No. 425 Sep
tember Term. 1919. Libel in divorce—•
a vinculo matrimonii Tharnzine M.
Cox vs. Hoy tl. Cox. The sub
poena and alias subpoena in tho
above-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus. You, Roy <J.
Cox, are therefore directed lo
appear in the court at Harris
burg, Pa., on the second Monday of
January. A. D., 1920, to answer the
complaint therein filed.
W. W. CALDWELL,
Sheriff.
1 Harrisburg, Pa, December 16, 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
in the Court of Common Pleas •of
Dauphin County. Pa . No. 41S. Jan
uary Term. 1919. Libel in divorce
—a vinculo matrimonii Raymond M.
Karnes vs. Madeline K. Barnes. The
subpoena and alias subpoena in the
above-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You, Madeline
E. Barnes, are therefore direct
ed to appear In the court at Harris
burg. Pa., on the second Monday of
[January, A. D„ 1920, to answer the
I complaint therein filed.
W. W. CALDWELL
Sheriff.
| llarrisburg, Pa. December 10. 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Dauphin County, Pa., No. 124, June
Term, 1919. Libel in divorce —
a vinculo matrimonii Bertha I. Lich
tenfel vs. Herman V. Lichtenfel. The
subpoena and alias subpoena in the
above-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You, Herman V.
Lichtenfel, are therefore direct
ed to appear in the court at Harris
burg, Pa., on rhe second Monday of
January, A. D., 1920, to answer the
complaint therein filed.
W. W. CALDWELL
Sheriff.
Harrisbuig. Pa. December It. 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
I Dauphin County, ss:
i In the Court of Common Pleas of
IDauphin County, Pa., No. 279, June
Term. 1919. Libel in divorce—
'a vinculo matrimonii Mary Michaelia
| vs. Eric H. Michaelis. The sub-
I poena and alias subpoena in the
above-stated case have been returned
i "non est Inventus." You. Erie 11.
Michaelis. are therefore direct
ed to appear in the court at Harris
burg. Pu., on the second Monday of
January. A. D„ 1920. to answer thjj
complaint the rem "■yy.'' CALDW ELL
Sheriff.
llarrisburg. Pa. December 16, 1919.
Proclamation in, Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Dauphin County. Pa., No. 3li. Sep
tember Term. 1918. Libel in divorce —
a vinculo matrimonii Emma F.
Baker vs. James C. Baker. The
1 subpoena and alias subpoena in the
above-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You, James
C. Baker, are therefore direct
ed to appear in the court at Harris
buig, Pa., on the second Monday of
January. A. D., 1920, to answer the
complaint therein filed.
W. W. CALDWELL
Sheriff.
|Harrisburg. Pa. December 16, 1919.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the First National Bank of
llarrisburg, Pa., will be held In the
banking ro*>m of the First National
Bans on Tuesday, January 13, 1920.
between the hours of 11 and 1 o'clock
for the election of directors for the
ensuing year and for the transaction
of such other business as may prop
erly come before the meeting.
E. J. GLANCEY,
Cashier.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing De
tween Harry D. Reamer, Milton Ban
croft and C. Newton Smith, hereto
fore trading as Bancroft & Reamer
was dissolved on the 22d day of De
cember, 1919, and the said Harry D.
Reamer Is no longer responsible lor
anv debts or liabilities of said firm,
and all debts due to said firm shall be
payable to Milton T. Bancroft and C.
Newton Smith.
H. D. REAMER.
LEGAL NOTICES .
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of
! Dauphin County. Pa., No. 50, Sep
tember Term, 1919. Libel in divorce—
I a vinculo matrimonii Maud P.
! Arter vs. Charles H. Arter. The
; subpoena and alias subpoena in the
'above-stated case have been returned
i "non est inventus." Y'ou. Charles
;H. Arter, are therefore direct
ed to appear in the court at Harris
burg. Pa., on the second Monday of
January. A. D., 1920, to answer tne
complaint therein filed.
W. W. CALDWELL
Sheriff.
Harrisburg, Pa. December 16, 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
Daupliin County, ss:
; in the Court of Common PTeas of i
'Dauphin County. Pa., No. 455, Sep
tember Term, 1919. Libel in divorce—
, n vinculo matrimonii Elizobeth Na-!
'tion vs. Elias Nation. The sub-j
'poena and alias subpoena in the.
above-stated case have been returned!
"non est inventus." You, Elias ]
Nation, are therefore directed.
to appear in the court at Harri3- |
burg. Pa., on the second Monday of
January, A. D., 1920, to answer the |
complaint therein filed.
W. W. CALDWELL
Sheriff.
Harrisburg, Pa. December 16, 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Dauphin County, Pa.. No. 393, Jan
uary Term, 1919.* Libel in divorce
—a vinculo matrimonii Celia Melt
zer vs. Nathan Meltzer. The sub
poena and alias subpoena in tho
above-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You, Nathan I
Meltzer, are therefore directed
to appear in the court at Harris
burg, Pa.,v on the second Monday of
January, A. D., 1920, to answer the
complaint therein filed. ,
• W. W. CALDWELL
Sheriff.
Harrisburg, Pa. December 16. 1919.
, Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Dauphin County, Pa., No. 489. June
Term, 1919. Libel in divorce —
a vinculo matrimonii Elsie M. Rus
sell vs. Oscar D. Russell. The
subpoena and alias subpoena in the
above-stated case have been returned
-non est inventus." You, Oscar D.
Russell, are therefore directed
to appear in tho court at Harris
burg. Pa., on the second Monday of
January, A. D„ 1920. to answer the
complaint therein tiled.
W. W. CALDWELL
Sheriff.
Harrisburg. Pa. December 16, 1919.
Proclamation in Divorce
Dauphin County, ss:
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Dauphin County, Pa., No. 355, June
Term, 1919. Libel in divorce —
a vinculo matrimonii Emma May
Sansom vs. Charles R. Sansom. Tne
subpoena and alias subpoena in the
above-stated case have been returned
"non est inventus." You, Charles
R. Sansom, are therefore direct
ed to appear in the court at Harris
burg, Pa., on the second Monday of
January, A. D„ 1920. to answer the
complaint therein filed.
W. W. CALDWELL.
Sheriff.
Harrisburg, Pa. December 16, 1919.
MARKETS
NEW YORK STOCKS
Chandler Brothers and Company
members of New York and Philadel
phia Stock Exchanges—3 North Mar
ket Square, Harrisburg; 1338 Chestnut
street. Philadelphia; 34 Pine street,
New York furnish the following
quotations: Open Noon
Amer. T. and T 95% 95%
Allis Chalmers 4S 47
Amer. Beet Sugar 91% 95
Amer. Can 53% 53%
Am. Car and Fndry Co. ..138% 138%
Atnej 1 . I 100% 99%
Amer. Smelting 89%. -.,88%
American Sugar 137% 139%
Anaconda 01% 01
Atchison - 52% 83%
Baldwin Loco ....110% 110%
B. and 0 31% 31
Bethlehem Steel ........ 95% 94%
Butte Copper 30 25%
Cal. Petro 43 43%
Canadian Pacific 130% 130%
Central Leather 97% 98%
C. and O 55% 55%
Chi., Mil. and St. Paul ... 36% 36
Chi., K. I. and Pacific ... 27 20%
Chino Con. Copper 37% 38%
Col. Fuel and Iron 40% 40%
Corn Products ..84% 84%
Crucible Steel 210% 211
lSrle 13% 12%
General Motors 338 332%
Goodrich, B. F. 81% 80
Great North., pfd 70% 78%
Great North. Ore, subs .. 38% 38%
Inspiration Copper •. 59% 59%
Interboro Met 3% 3%
Int. Nickel 21 23%
Int. Paper 75 75 %
Kcnnecott 29 28% '
Kans. City So 15% 15%
Urkawanna Steel 86% 85%
Lehigh Valley 41% 41
Maxwell Motors 32% 30%
Merc. Mar Ctfs 47% 47%
Merc. Mar Ctfs., pfd 108% 107%
IMex. Petro 212% 210%
Miami Copper 21 24
Midvale Steel 49% 49%
Missouri Pacilic 25 25
N. Y. Central 08% 67 %
N. Y„ N. 11. and 11 20 20%
N. Y„ Ont. and West 16%. 17
Nevada Copper 11% 11%
Norfolk and West 90% 90%
North. Pacific 79 79 %
Pittsburgh Coal 02% 02%
Penna R. 11 40 4"
Kay Con. Copper 21% 21%
Reading 75% 75%
Rep. Iron and Steel 115% I 1 4 %
Southern Pacific 102 li>l%
Southern Ry 21% 21%
Sinclair Oil and R 42% 12%
Studebaker 106% 107
Fit lon Pacific 121% 12f%
t.\ S. I. Alcohol 109% 109%
1". S. Rubber 128% 128%
U. S. Steel 104% 105%
Utah Copper 76% 74%
Va.-Caro. Chem 00% 08%
Westtnghouse Mfg 54% 51%
Willys Overland 28 28 %
Hide and Leather 27% 27%
Pierce Arrow ~... 78 77%
PHII.AIJI4I.PHIA PRODUCE!
Philadelphia. L>ee. 30.—Live Poultry
, Firm, turkeys lower. 45®18e; live
fowls, higher. 24®87c. as to size and
and quality; ducks higher, ducks.
Pekin. 38ti 40c: Indian runner. 34
@ 36c.
Oals —Quiet, steady: No. 2 white,
94% it 95: No. 3 white, 9.3%® 94c.
Butter —Higher; western creamery,
extra. 72c; nearby prints, fancy. SO
(fj) 82c.
Cheese Steady; New York and
Wisconsin, full milk held. 31%®33c.
ICggs —Steady: nearby firsts, $21.80
per ease; current receipts. s2l: west
ern extra firsts, $21.60: firsts. $20.10®
21; fancy selected packed, 82®84c per
dozen.
Dressed Poultry—Quiet, fowls low
er- turkeys, Delaware and Maryland,
fancy. 60®62c; Virginia and other
nearby fancy. [email protected]; fair to good.
03®55c: old toras, 50c; fowls, fresh
killed, choice to fancy, 33®35c; small
sizes. 23® 30c: roosters, 25c; spring
ducks nearby. 38®40c; western, 33®
35c; geese, western fancy, 30®32c;
fair to good, 25®27c; broiling chick
ens, Jersey. 43®43%c; other nearby,
35® 42c; choice western, 38®40e;
roasting chickens, western, 27® 31c;
corn fed us to size and quality, 31
® 45c.
Potatoes —Higher; Penna in 100
pounds. $3.60®3.75; New York. $3.25
®3.40.
Flour—Quiet but firm, soft winter
straight western. $10.50® 11; nearby.
slo.lo® 10.50; hard winter straight,
sl3® 13.25; short patent, [email protected],
spring clear, $9.75®19.25: patent. sl4
® 14.50; short patent. $14.40®15.10;,
.fancy spring and city mills patent,!
iami'jr brand, sls©ir>.3s.
Hay—Quiet ana steady; timothy,
choice. $34 per ton: No. 1, $33; No.!
2. s3l ©32; No. 3. $27 © 28; sample, $22
®2; clover mixed hay. light mixed,'
s3l/©32; No. 1 mixed, $28©29.
Tallow—Dull; prime city loose. 16c:
special loose. 16 l 4 C: prime country,!
16c: edible in tierces, 19©20e.
Bran —Quiet hut steady; soft winter]
bran western in 100 lbs sacks, sso®
50.50; spring, 49® 49.50. I
CHH'AfiO t'AT'l'I.K MARKET
Chicago, Dec. Jo. —Hogs Receipts
60,000, mostly 20 to 25c higher. Bulk,
$14.15© 1 1.35;' 4op, $11.40. Heavy, $14.10
©14.40: medium, $1 4.20© 1 1.40; light,
\X\. 15©14.35; light light. $13.75©
14.25; heavy packing sows, smootu.
$13.60®, 14; packing sows rough. $12.75
©13.50: pigs. $13®14. , „ „
Cattle —Receipts 1 7,000. slow. Beef I
steers, medium and heavy weight,
iclioice and prime. $18.75®20; medium ;
land good. $10.75© 1 8.75; common. sß.io ,
I ©10.75; light, good and choice. $13.50,
; © 19.25: common and medium, $844 1
' 13.50: butcher cattle heifers, $6.40©) |
i 14.75: cows. $6.25© 13.50; canners and I
leutters. $5.25© 6.25; veal calves, $15.1;>1
'©l7: feeder steers, $7©'12.35; stocker I
i steers, $6©10.25.
I Sheep • —■ Receipts 25,000: lower. I
I Lambs. $15.50® 18.10; culls and com-l
mon. $11.75® 15.25; ewes, medium and
good, $8.25© 10.75; culls and common,
S4.2G®B.
Wheeler Arrested and
Placed in Jail After New
Trial Appeal Is Denied '
Philadelphia, Deo. 30.—Arrested by
members of District Attorney Ro
| tan's deflective force as lie consulted
with his lawyer yesterday afternoon,
Samuel P, Wheeler, the convicted
embezzler, who lias been a fugitive
from justice since December 24, was
given a short shift to jail after an
ineffectual effort was made to obtain
a new trial for him before Judge
Martin.
Two hours after his apprehension
Wheeler was on his way to
mensing prison, where he is
without bail to awuit the decision of
Judge Martin on an appeal for a rule |
to show cause why the Common
wealth should not grant a rehearing
of the testimony on which he was
convicted.
Dr. Hannan to Speak
on New Year's Eve
The Stevens Memorial Bible Con
ference addressed by Dr. F. AN atson
Ilannan, is attracting large crowds.
Last niglit he spoke on "Revelation."
To-night he is scheduled to talk on
"Inspiration." Two interesting gath
erings will be held New Years eve
and niglit. Wednesday evening at
7.45 o'clock, Dr. Ilannun is to speak
on "Biblical Doctrine of God," and
Thursday niglit, at 7.45 o'clock lie
will speak on "The Problem of Sin."
The following ministers of tlio city
will participate in-tlio conference dur
ing the week: J. H. Mortimer, R. M.
Klepfer, Wiliiam Moses, Edwin A.
Pyles, H. R. Bender. S. S. Swallow,
Robert Bagnell, Morris E. Swartz.
Dr. Osier, Noted
Surgeon, Is Dead
Oxford. England, Dec. 30. Sir
William Osier, noted physician, who
has been ill for several weeks, died
here last evening.
Nearly fifteen years liu,ve elapsed
since the newspapers of this country
were flooded with reports and com
ments on an address made by Dr.
William Osier in his farewell ad
dress as professor of medicine at
Johns Hopkins University.
It was on Washington s birthday,
1903, that the distinguished man ot
science who was then well advanced
in his fifty-sixth year, told a great
audience at the anniversary exer
cises of-the institution he was about
to leave, "that nothing ,of impor
tance in the world is accomplished
by a man more than forty years
I old."
Y. M. C. A. Gets Program
Ready For Open House
on New Year's Day
Final arrangements were made
for the New Year's clay celebration
at the Y. M. C. A., Second and Locust
streets, when the social committee of
the "Y" met at luncheon to-day.
John F. O'Nell, chairman of the
committee, announced the program,
and submitted it for the approval of
his committee. Ross Swope, chair
man of the decoration committee,
was given a vote of tlianlcs for his
work in decorating Falinestock Hall,
where the various programs will be
put on. •
In the afternoon the poor chil
dren of the city will be entertained
at a vaudeville performance starting
in Fahnestock Hall at 2.30 sharp.
Some of the best acts in the State
have been secured for this program.
Each child in addition will receive
some chocolate to keep him quiet
during the performance.
The evening celebration is to in
clude a reception to the members
and guests of the Y. Si. C. A. and a
program by the several acts which
have been secured, co-operating
with gymnasium classes. The recent
ly formed Spanish class will give a
skit under the direction of the Span
ish teacher, Professor VV. IX Meikel.
Whitaker and Diehl Are
Awarded Big Contract
Whitaker & Diehl, of ttarrisburg,
who, for some years, have been build
ing more bridges than any other
company in the .State, have been
awarded the contract for erecting
the new Bingham street bridge in
lteadipg. , The cost will be 1U99.860.
The successful bidders will HI art
rrork in the near future. They have
I just finished several big jobs for the
State and are ready to ship their
equipment to Reading without de
lay. According to their contract they
agree to build the bridge within 400
working days. Whitaker & Diehl
constructed the Poplar Neck. Mono
cacy and Leeaport bridges and a
number of smaller structure's
throughout the county.
Union Services of
Four City Churches
The union watch night service of
Ist. John's Reformed, St. Matthew's
I Lutheran, Camp Curtin Memorial
Methodist and the Maclay Street
Church of God will be held to-mor
| row evening at St. John's Reformed
| Church. The services will start at
10.30 o'clock and will continue un
' til the new year is ushered in.
Ministers of the four churches will
talk. An Interesting program in
which members of the churches will
take part has been arranged.
Odd Fellows Hold
Rousing Meeting
11. Dorsey Eeheson, deputy grand
master of the State of Maryland, of
the Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, speaking last night before the
Past Grands' Association of Dauphin
County in the hall of Fountain Lodge
No. 1120, said that Americanism as
taught by the Odd Fellows must be
the paramount purpose of the organi
sation
-on -**•* -
DECEMBER 30, 1919.
Dillsburg Residents
Object to Water Rate
Complaint against the proposed
increase in rates of the Dillsburg
Water Company were entered before ,
the Public Service Commission to
day by K. S. Clark, John K. Cook, A.
H. Basom, Dr. J. 11. Graff and Peter
Sidle, all residents of Dillsburg.
The complainants allege that the
new schedule would bring an in
crease of from 16 2-3 per cent, to
ir.o per cent, in the rates now
charged as flat rates to domestic
consumers and that the metered
rates are increased in some instances
to 200 per cent.
Chairman W. I). Is. Alney, of the
Public Service Commission, sat to
day to hear the testimony in the
, case of the Lancaster, Oxford and
j Southern railroad, which was
| ordered to resume operation of its
, line by the Commission and whose
| only locojiiotive was condemned by
the Federal authorities. The rail-
I road is anxious to go out of business
] and to sell its property. Arrange
ments were made for an immediate
inspection of the engine so that it
can be run until the Commission
formally sanctions abandonment of
the railroad.
Complaints were filed by Waynes
burg and Fast Waynesburg against
the Waynesburg Water Company,
i and by Leechburg against the Kit
taning Telephone Company schedule.
Steps were taken to-day at the
State Department of Health to carry
into effect the orders for all per- I
sons handling preparations contain- i
ing alcohol to file declarations that I
they do not contain wood alcohol. I
These must be filed by January 8. |
James K. Uchiny, of the State I)e- i
partment, broke a leg at his home
near Marsh Hun. The fracture is
between the knee and ankle.
Kreisler Receives Big . j
Ovation in Washington
Very recently Fritz Kreisler ap
peared in the National Capitol as solo-"
Ist with the New York Symphony Or
chestra. The occasion was one of the
most brilliant events of the musical
season in Washington, D. C. The pa
tronesses for this concert were of
Washington's most exclusive set, in
cluding Miss Margaret Wilson, daugh
ter of the President, and the wives of
all the cabinet officers.
The concert was considered one of
the most artistic triumphs of both
orchestra and solmst.
It is interesting to note the opinion
of a musical critic whom we know
and one whose word is accepted over
the entire musical world, for John C.
Freund, editor of Musical America,
otherwise known as "Mepliisto" says
of Fritz Kreisler.
"What is the charm of Kreisler?!
who may he said indeed, to stand ab-j
solutely in a class by himself.
"Some would tell you it is his won
derful power as a musician. Others,
his extraordinary dexterity with the
bow. Others will tell you that it is
j the exquisite taste and musicanly
feeling which lie exhibits when he
! plays.
"For my part, I think one of the
I great reasons for his tremendous
and well-deserved popularity is that
j lie never, under any circumstances,
whatever, forces his instrument for
the sake of some effect. He keeps it
absolutely within its ligitimate scope,
with the result that he develops a
tone of surpassing beauty, and of al
most uncanny musical sweetness and
quality. How many players are there
of whom this can be said? That they
never force their instrument, wheth
er it be a violin, a piano, a 'cello or
even the human voice, for the sake
of making a momentary effect upon
"the groundlings." Indeed, but few.
"That to me is one of Kreisler's
i greatest charms —that he does not at
tempt to produce a 'cello tone from
the violin, just as some singers force
the voice so as to produce an aston
ishing volume of tone, which present
ly results in their inability to sing a
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piano passage, or even mezza
"Kreisler to me, is more than sfl
superb and unparalleled violinist. Hel
Is a standard for this generation as !|
to the positively enthralling musio J
which can be produced by a man
wholly sincere, disdaining all tricks—
so common with many violinists. —,
who gives you the compositions ofi
the masters with all his soul."
MOTIIKR AND TWO GIRI.S
KILLED AT It. It. CROSSING 1
I'ottntosn, Pa.. Dec. 30.—Haste cost
the lives of three people last evening
when Mrs. John Letchower, aged 35,
and her two daughters, Helen, aged
4, and Mary, aged 5, were hurled to
death by an express on the Pennsyl
vania Railroad grade crossing at
Kelm street. The three were killed
instantly.
The fatality occurred before the
eyes of the crossing watchman, who
saw the futile rush of the mother and
children to cross ahead of the ex
press. The train was stopped and
the bodies removed to the local sta
tion.
Colds Caure Headaches and Pains
Feverish Headaches and Body Pains
caused from a cold are soon relieved
by taking LAXATIVE BROMO
QUININE Tablets. There is only one
"Broino Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S
signature on the box. 30c.—Adv.
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LIBERTY BONDS
Bought and Sold
SSO to SIOOO
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Philadelphia
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PUBLIC SALE
OF
Horses and Brood Mares
Saturday, January 3, 1920,
AT THE
Thudium House, Carlisle Pa.
I. G. EPPI.EY, Prop.
We will sell about 20 head of
Brood Alares ranging in age from
5 to 8 years old. About 15 of
them are with foal with high
grade horses that cost from
$5,000.00 to $27,000.00. We bought
these Mares from a man who lias
a large stock farm who breeds
only the best. Now farmers and
dealers or any person who- is in
terested in Brood Mares should not
fail to come and see them as we
think there will not be a chance
again to got Brood Mares of this
kind that are bred with such higli
grade horses as they are. We also
will sell about 10 head of Heavy
Work Horses, ranging from 8 to
10 years in age. The weight of
these Mares and Horses range
from about 1.000 to 1,500 pounds.
Our motio is to try and please
one and all. We will try and telp
you all übout these Horses we
know. Horses can be seen at the
Thudium House day before' sale.
Sale starts at 12 o'clock.
A credit will be given for your
interest and we will furnish you
I the pedigree with every Mare that
is witli foal.
Horses can be seen at B. F.
Hoffman's Stable, Fifth and Wood
bine streets. Harrisburg, Pa., from
December 22 to January 1.
1 UNITED ICE AND COAL CO.,
Carlisle, Pa.
George Loy, Auctioneer.
Don't Forget the Date,
Saturday, January 3. 1920.
Public Sale
Will Offer at Public Sate
Wednesday, Dec. 31
nt 1 O'clock I'. M.
AT THE
Riverside Garage
Hear of 1417 JV. Front Street
1 7-Passenger 6-46 Paige
Touring Car
1 Ford Touring Car
Uotti cur* recently overhaaled and
arc fully equipped
AIHO nt name time and place
Household Goods
Reds, Bureau, Mattresa, Wnsli
Stunils, Hall Buck, Feather Coueh,
Walnut Intension Table, Furore
Hug, Carpets, Sofn, Miscellaneous
Articles.
Terms Cash.
GEORGE R. BENTLEY
K. C. Enxmlnitrr. Auctioneer.
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