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The Star-Independent Gives Away 2 Orpheum Tickets Daily
The Name of the Person to Whom They Will Be Awarded To=day Is Somewhere Among the Classified Ads On This Page Perhaps you are the lucky person. Look until you find out. If you gret th- ticket! please call for them before 8 o'clock to-morrow evening or they will be forfeited. (These names are drawn from the Directory by a blindfolded girl.) Sal* and Exchange for sale Kt>R SALE—Four or tlve single and double wajrons; a!»o two one-ton au tomobile truck*: resjon for- selling, need larger ones. NATIONAL. SKEW ING CO.. Steelton. ftGGB for hatching from my prixe win ning and heavy laying Barred Ply mouth Rooks. 11.00 per seating; also Single Comb Rhode Island Red eggs. II. CO per setting. My pen of Reds is hearted by winner of shape and color special as b«»t red cockerel at Harris burg show. 1914. Any person wishing good stock will do well to call and In spect my flock as I have the best Reds. IRA E. BIGLiER. Camp Hill. Pa. _ PARTY leaving the city Saturday will sail their |4OO piano (or |9o cash. Address J. G., 3475. care Star-Independ ent. G. W. H. LAMiLETI. Lsnbrr—We are overstocked with all kinds and grades of lumber and we can offer you big bargains. It will pay yvu to see us. Office Cameron and Mulberry Sts. WILL sacrifice fire-passenger touring car: 40-H. P. motor: Just overhauled and newly painted, for 1500. Bargain for someone. Apply 3473, cafe Star- Independent. FT>R SALE—PeII very truck, in good shape: pneumatic tiree: panel body. Bargain at S2OO. Bell phone No. 100. FOR SALE—High class touring car: 40 H. P.: 1914 model: ran few thousand miles, but is as good as new: must sell, private owner. Apply 1745 N. Sixth St. FOR SALE—>At GABLE'S, 111-117 South Second St.; Red Tip. Ring Point, Bllx sard. Rowe Junior. Can't Slip, Giant Grip and Always Sharp Calks. FOR SALE—At GABLE'S, Hl-117 South Second St.. 1,000 sets new Sash. Bxlo | xl; L» primed and glased, at 11.15 per set- Also other slice HsctilaMMs furniture paosino packing—a. h. shrexk i9o« North Sixth street, £rst claaa packer of fur nlture, china and brlcabrac. Bell phone WW. W. J. WENRIGH. 3M Hamilton street— Furniture, china and piano packing. Shipments looked alter at both ends. kinds of hauling. Bell phone WANTBD tO BUY PARTY wants to buy upright piano from private family: no dealers con sidered. Must be id good condition. Also state reason for selling. Address L» &, 3471. care Star-Independent. i WANTED WANTBD—Isaac T. Wffenderfer. 214 s Second St., Steelton, Pa., to whom two reserved tickets were awarded today, good for the evening performance it the Orpheum. March 1, l3~Li. Call for them at Star-Independent JfTUie, before S p m., February a«, 1915, or they Willi be forfeited. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS TO OBTAIN REST at night use Lung Saver, The Good Couch Syrup. Good 1 for old as well as young: also good for croup. Ask your grocer. I STORAGE i STORAGE in 1-story brick building, re*r 408 Market St. Household goods In clean, private rooms. Reasonable ratea. Apply to p. G. DIKNER. Jeweler, ; 101 Market St. I HARRIS 3ITRG STORAGE CO. Two new e.ght-story brick warehouses, one absolutely flreproot divided Into fireproof private rooms of various I sixes for the storage of household goods; the other warenouse of the most I approved type of Are retardant con- • • uuction for general merchandise. Tney j are equipped with two large electric 1 trelght elevators and spiral caute for I me quick and safe handling of house hold goods and all kinds of merchan- ' dise. Low storage rate*. South Second street, near Paxton. on the tracks of Penna. R. r. PIANO MOVING a PI iS N 9. ™ oviQ * by experts, WINTER 2* J«. Fourth St. Call 14jj_BeU >> MONEY TO LOAN MOST MONEY LOANED—On Diamonds Watches, Jewelry. Firearms, Musical instruments. Highest cash prices for i old gold and silver. Repairing a sue- ; ciallj. CITY LuAN OFFICE. 411 Mar ket street. ] ANY person needing money in amounts from 15 to |SO hoiding a salaried po- i sition, would be benented oy calling on us. Employes' Discount Co.. 3« North I Third St. LOAN'S—IS to 1200 for honest working ■ ' people without bank credit at less i than legal rates: payable in Install- i ments to suit borrowers' convenience. ' CO-OPERATIVE . Loan and Investment Co, 294 Chestnut Sl ■ 1 ALL KINDS OF HAULING | ALL kinds of hauling; large two-ton ' truck: furniture, pianos, freight in ! the city and suburbs. Prices reason- | able. Picnic and pleasure trips, day or' ' evening. WM. H. DARE. 1453 Vernon ! St Bell phone 2517 J. ! I FOB SALE ' i FARMS' Send for our complete list of : farms in Dauphin, Cumberland, 1 York, Adams and Perry counties. c MILLER BROTBEBS 4 CO. i BEAT. ESTATE I Fin Insurance Surety Bonds Locust and Court Streets f ■ ■ ' ■ I■ ! I ■ n m t £ ¥ o"' ' 4 ~ ""' I' ' / 'v<- V % ' J , /' v HARRISBT7RG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY. EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1P1,". > f Real Estate _______j BEAL ESTATE FOB BENT . FOR RKNT—Store room and dwelling house; S rooms and tw;h, with Im . provements: possession at once. Apply MRS. IV R MARKS. 2414 N. Second St. j pi,one SSSR - I FOK RKNT—I." S. ISth. improvements, steam heat, porch, urns, gas range, | 122.50: SIS Boas. IP rooms, I2S.00: 3019 ;N. Cameron. S rooms, 'oath. 112.00. Ap- J, ply 815 Green, or Harrisburg Trust Co. ' FOR RKNT—Modern Houses. IIIS Derry 1 street, HSI Derry street Inquire P. • VANPRRLQO. 2119" Derrv St., or Third and State, Masonic temple. i FOR RKVI' , 1315 Market—apis. 130 and 235.00 [ 1330 Perry— apts. 135.00 lS'.h and Derry—apts. |27.."0 1216 Market—apts. |2;,50 1214-1 447 Rerryhill—houses, |:'2.rio • 1547 Derry 120.00 , 2338 Ellerslv—house, new Il!S..'>o • 413 Hummel—house. 115.50 I JUS Derry—house 118.00 , 1535 Fulton St J'. j.-t) ISI7A Compass—house. 111.00 .' 1322 N. Front for colored 27.00 I HARVEY T. SMITH. 204 & 13th St. | I\>R RENT—IS27-IS4I Penn street: 2- i story brick factory building, 75x::9 feet; in first class condition, equipped i with elevator, steam heat, electric light, • gas and toilets on both floors, this building is particularly suited for light manufacturing purposes. Apply to SI. H. PLANK. 312 Forster St., Harrisburg. i I>A FOR RENT—C 27 Wiconlaco St.; 3-story brick. S rooms, large porch and bay window front and rear: all improve ments. Apply C. H. MA UK. 1745 N. Sixth St , fV>R RKNT—New brick houses, im provements; near Fifteenth and Boas ■ streets. Good location and low rent. , Handy for trolley men. Inquire E. O. SHAFFNER, 107 Boas. Bell phone 129& R. FOR RENT—Houses with all Improve ments, st moderate rentals. J, E. GIPPLE. 1351 Market St FOR RENT—AII improve ments— -1614 Catherine, $16.00 530 S. Eighteenth, ... $18.50 Apply Kuhn & Hershey, IS South Third street. BEAL ESTATE FOB SALE FOR SALE—The Keller Homestead, at west end of People s Bridge Lot 27.-X !50 ft. Large mansion house, stable snd gurage, etc. Also lot between Wal nut and Market streets bridges on west shore. 450x150 ft. coal and sand land ing: also building lots on uorth side pike at Lemoyne; also six acres in Marysville, bounded on east by river; south by approach to Rockville bridge, meet by trolley and public road. Suit able for cottage sites'. S. S. RI'PP, Trustee, room 3tf6. Bergr.er Building. NO. 530 CAMP STREET FOR SALE— brick house, all improvements, steaTn heat; lot 24x130: stable on rear. By all means inspect it. BELL REALTY CO., Bergner Building. FV>R SALE—No. 10 S. Eighteeat'.i St., and No. 17 S. Seventeenth St.: both corner properties: all improvements; , price reduced for quick sale. BELL REALTY CO.. Bergner Building. FOR SALE—6SO Boyd avenue; 3-storv brick house. S rooms, bath. gas. fur nace. porch, lot 14x100. Price only 11950. BELL REALTY CO., Bergner j Building. j SIX IX)TS. 25x150 feet; Second street, 1 Worm ley sburg. l'~ miles to Market. [Square, Harrisburg. granolithic pave-: Jment; water and gas pipes in street: ! 1250.00 each. Inquire C. W. FAVORITE, i Front and Walnut streets. Wormleys- ' burg. Pa. Bell phone 3099 R. j | FOR SALE—Homes at Riverside, at ! prices 12250, 22500 and I.'SOO. Electric ' lights, steam heat and all improve-1 I ments; also building lots at Penbrook, ' : Paxtang and Riverside for sale. For i I terms apply to S. HALDEMAN i- CO., j Carpenters and Builders. 3212 N. Sixth i I St. Carpenter repair work promptly a;- | tended to. Estimates cheerfully fur- • i nished by calling Bell phone 3522J3. j APABTMENTS FOB BENT _ • ! FOR RENT—Apartment; 4 rooms, in- I I eluding range, bath, toilet: elegant lo cation. Apply to C. H. MAI'K, 1745 N Sixth St ; ———— i FOR RENT—Three modern new apart ments: 7 rooms, bath, electric lights, steam heat gas range, laun dry trays; hard wood rioors; No. 238 S. Thirt«Mith St. Can be seen 19 a. m. Bel? P *'~*ll on Poises or L '» 11 1 FOR REN>—Apartments at southeast corner Fourth and Peffer streets. AZI i conveniences at reasonable rent Out side porch. Apply B. F. UMBERGEK. 108 N. Second St or 427 Peffer St FURNISHED BOOMS FOB BENT, j FOR RENT—Furnished front room with private family, facing Reservoir park. ! Price very reasonable. Gentlemen pre ferred. Apply ;SS N. Eighteenth St FOR RENT—New furnished front rooms facing Capitol Park; stationary wash stands, hot and cold running water; electric light in each room; also use of > phone and large bath. Apply 410 North 1 street I UNFURNISHED BOOMS FOB BENT BUILT especially for light housekeep- i ing. with or without kitchenettes' rooms strictly private: stoves furnished' free: laundry, phone and bath room privileges; private lockers for surplus furniture. Inquire office (or see Jani- ' tor. same building), 429 Broad street (Sunday inspection invited.) BEAL ESTATE FOB BALE OB BENT HOUSES FDR RENT add 2U-story ' dwelling houses for sale. Elder Real Estate Co.. 24th and Perry Sts. i - , Lost aad Faiad FOUND. FOUND— A decided improvement In my appearance since having my clothing cleaned and pressed at Parisian Dye Works. 1409 N. Third. Branch. Hoffman- Kerns. 337 Chestnut Bell phone. Ca»- Ing and delivering. i FOUND—The way to end your cleaning i and dyeing worries by calling either phone for Kggert's Steam Dyeing and . French Cleaning Works, 1245 Market St We call and deliver. FOUND—The way to end your cleaning and dyeing worries by calling either phone for Kggert's Steam Dyeing and trench Cleaning Works. 124» Market St We call and deliver. Waats HELP WANTED—MALE - YOUNG MAN to assist In canvassing; >' permanent position If ability and rer . ere nee Is right; |S per week to start. Give age arid prevvlous work. Address - 347 4. care Star-Independent. ■. SALESMEN—Spot cash cale. Apply Im !> i mediatelv. TOWARD CO.. 443 Jtlar - ; ket street. ' | ARMY OF UNITED STATES MEN y i WANTED: Ablebodted unmarried men between age of 13 and 35; citliens I of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read - and write the English language. For ::iforination apply to Recruiting Officer, 5 Bergner Building. 3d * Market sts.. ti :<*tr "Sure. 4s N. Queen St, Lancaster, 0 353 Pine St. Wllllamsport 17 W. Mar -0 Ket St., York, or 113 Independence St. i) >hamokin, l'a, i) j AUTO transportation school wants men <i i to become practical chauffeurs and [l ' earn 275 to 1100 per month. We give a „ ; thorough course in crude and practical j work for 135.00. No. 5 N. Cameron; j Bell phone 1710. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. j 1 WANTED—A white girl wanted for general housework. Apply S3l Relly s ! street t . SALE SLA DIES—Spot rash sale. Apply . 1 immediately. EDWARD CO.. 443 Mar- J ket street r ; WANTED—A strong white girl or mid r j die aged woman for general house work. Apply at once. 107 South Sec . ond street, second floor apartment - WANTED—An experienced white cook. good wages; reference required. Ad i dress 3470, care Star-lndcpeudent I i J WANTED G iris over 16 j years of age to learu cigar, ; making. Paid while learn ing. Apply at Harrisburg! Cigar Company, 500 Race street. 1 ' WANTED Experienced help. 1 1 Apply Silk Mill, corner Second and North streets. ' WANTED Good woman for housework. Must un derstand cooking and gen eral housework. Address 3495, care Star-Independent. AGENTS WANTED WANTED—By half-million dollar cor poiation, representative tor Harris burg and suriounding territory, to sell; high grade advertising novelties and signs. Appropriate for every business. Live man can easily make $1,500 to i:.000 a >ear. Exclusive territory. To i proper man personal interview will be granted. Bas'ian Bros. Co., Rochester, i N. Y. BILLY SUNDAY'S MESSAGE—LiberaI terms to live men or women. Apply i Wholesale Depot, 25 North Third, lop door. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE. YOUNG married :nan wishes position as I stationary engineer; can operate any i j ice machine: would consider a Job firing , in boiler room: can furnish good refer- I . ences. Address 44; North street. I WANTED—Young man would like to' have position as clerk in cigar store | lor pool room. Can give good refer- j 1 ences. Address R P. S., P. O. Box 172. i New Cumberland. Pa. j YOUNG MAN would like to hate a place j out of the city: have good reference, i Address ii.s Primrose Ave. EMPLOYMENT WANTED, either city or country, by good strong young I man, 21 years. Apply 607 Walnut St. OEO. GRA). WANTED—MiddIe-aged married man wishes position on farm: has experi ence and can furnish reference. Apply 470 Main St.. Steeiton. j WANTED—SingIe man wishes position } on farm; has experience and can give ' reference. Apply 470 Main St . Steeltov. j YOUNG MAN, , 18 years of age. not a»raid of wojec, desires work with a chance of advancement. Apply to P. S. , H.. 4JV Kioad St., City. Box 34. : RELIABLE,* ei-crgetic young man, 18 vear& of age. desires position o£ any kind: A.perienctd in grocery business, i Address A. W. F.. K2l Vernon St, City, j YOUNG MAN", 21. would like to have ! position to drive double team: 5 years ; experience. Call or address No. 1 ill N. ! Seventh St ! : WANTED—Colored boy, aged 21, would like work in private family; learn to run a car, good reputation. Call !4» Reily St SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE YOUNG LADY wants position in office , ! or cierk in store; has good education > ' and can furnish references. Apply 442 I i North street ; WANT ED —A lady would do cooking or day h work. Call 38 Linden St i WANTED—A young lsdy wants work i of any kind, to assist at housework or as child's nurse. Address HURSH, 22 Aberdeen St, Harrisburg, l'a. ! WANTED—A white woman wishes po , sition as waitress or general house work. Call or address, U27 Fulton St WANTED—MiddIe-aged woman wishes housework by the week or cleaning by the day; can give best of reference. Address 803 East St • A GERMAN girl desires employment at : general housework. Apply 541 South : Front St. Steelton. WANTED—White girl desires position to do general housework. Apply 1022 Market street Room 2. WANTED—Young girl wishes carpet rags to sew. Call Bell phone 471 J. PLAIN SEWING wanted, to do at home. Apply 12Z3H N. Sixth St. City. i GERMAN woman wants general house- ' work. Apply 412 Mohn street, or P. ' O. box 141, Steelton. Pa. | ] A YOUNG LADY wants general hojse- ' work or will keep house for widower. 1 Address 111 James Ave. TRUSTEE'S Sale of Real Estate Pursuant to an order of the Orphans' Court of Dauphin County, the | undersigned will offer at Public Sale in front of the Court House, iu Harrisburg, Pciinsvlvitnis, on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915, at 10.30 o'clock A. M„ the fol lowing described real estate; No. 1. Lot on the northeast corner of Rose and Pear Avenues, fronting 25 feet on Rose Avenue, and extending 45 feet along Pear Avenue on the south, and 46 feet, more or less, along property now or late of Harry J. Kirby, on the north, to Kirbv Avenue, fronting oa Kirby Avenue ,12 feet, more or less; thereon erected a 3-story frame dwelling house, known as No. 429 Pear Avenue. No. 2. Lot on the north side of Cumberland Street, fronting 24 feet on Cumberland Street, and extending in depth the same width 110 feet to Hay Avenue; having thereon erected two 3-story brick dwelling houses, with 2-story frame baek-buildiugs, known as Nos. 424 H and 426 Cumberland Street. TERMS OK SALE:—IO per cent, of the purchase price in cash on the day of the sale, which shall be considered antj retained as liquidated damages, upon failure of purchaser to comply with subsequent comli tions hereinafter mentioned. Balance of the purchase price to be paid on or before completion of said sale. POSSESSION of premises to be given and deed therefor made and i delivered April 1, 1915. Commonwealth Trust Company Trustee for Jamee F. Kirby, u. w. William C. Kirby, deed. Ligal | * AUDITOR'S JIOTIfB In the Court of Common Pleas of Dau phin County, Pa.—No. 395. June Term. A. D. 1914 —The first and final account of Clair T. Romberger, assignee in trust for the beneltt of the creditors of Andrew J. Spannuth, of Jackson Township. Dauphin County, Fa. Notice Is hereby given that on Feb ruary 15. 1915. the Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin County appointed Wm. H. Earnest, auditor In the above mat ter. to distribute the balance in the hands of Clair T. Romberger. assignee as aforesaid, among those entitled to ; the same, and that the said auditor , will sit for the purpose of his appoint ment at the law library, Court House. ; Harrisburg. Penna.. on Tuesday, Murch 3th. 1915. a-t 10 o'clock a. m.. when and where all persons Interested may at tend if they see proper so to do. WM. H. EARNEST, Auditor. VALUABLE HOMK FOR SALE The undersigned will sell at public sale, at the Court House, Harrisburg, Pa., on Wednesday, March IT. 1915, at one-thirty p. m., the following real es tate: No. 1. The two-and-a-half story frame i dwelling house. No. 745 S. Twenty-ene and-a-haif stree-t. Harrisburg. Pa., with | lot fronting twenty feet on Twenty-on -1 and-a-half street, and extending in ! depth, the same width, one hundred and fifteen feet This property is in good j repair and very desirable. . No. i. A lot adjoining the above, fronting twenty feet on Twenty-one and-a-half street, and extending In depth the same width one hundred arul fifteen feet. For title to said properties, see Deed Book "B," Vol. 15, page 34. Will be sold clear of incumbrances. GEORGE W. PALMER. ! FREDERICK M. OTT. Attorney. 222 Market St. Harrisburg. J NOTICE —Letters of administration tea* ) tamentary on the estate of Leah ; Glade. late of Harrisburg, Dauphin j county. Pa., deceased, having been | granted to the undersigned, residing in I Harrisburg. Pa., all persons indebted jto said estate are requested to make ; immediate payment and those having I claims will present them for settlement , GEORGE W. GIEDE. Administrator. lt>l3 Green 8L EXECUTOR'S NOTlCE—Letters testa mentary upon the estate of Elmlna Darby, late of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County. Pa., deceased, testate, having been granted unto the under signed by the Register of Wills of said County, all persons indebted thereto are requested to make prompt payment j and those having claims against the : same to present them without delay to I W. F. DARBY. Steelton, Pa. NOTICE —Letters of administration ic-stameataiy on the estate of Alex ander MtAlicher, late of Harrisburg, Dauphin county, Pa., deceased, having j been granted to the undersigned, re- I I siding in Harrisburg. all persons in- ! debted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment, and those having claims will present them for settlement. C. E. M'ALK'HER. 2124 Penn St, SHERMAN G. M'ALICHER, 633 Dauphin St., _ Executors. P* —————————^ Death and Obituary __ DIED. RICH—On February 22, 1915, Mrs. Mary T. Rich, aged 70 years, at her late residence. 58 N. Thirteenth St Funeral from above address Friday morning at 8.30 o'clock. Services at SU Francis church, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend with out further notice. Intermerrt Mt. Cal vary cemetery. Body may be viewed this evening. DI'TTENHOFER—On February 23, ltlS. John W. Dultenhofer, aged 57 years. Funeral on Friday afternoon at £ o'clock, from his late residence. No. 1424 Penn street Relatives and friends are lnvked to attend without further notice. Also, all organizations of which he was a member. Interment private In Paxtang cemetery. SHBHTEBfI CLOSE SESSION Entertainment at Hall Luti Until 12 O'clock An entertainment lasting until mid night tfbsed the mid-winter ceremonial session of the Zembo Temple, Mystic tihrinc, at the Chestnut street audi torium yesterday. More than eight hundred persons were present. Among the guests were a numner of members of t£e Legislature. An oyster supper wm served early in the evening. For Rent Desirable offices in the i Union Trust Building, i Apply Union Trust Co. : > V FOR SALE A knitting factory; all Improve , mrnta, electric power; two-story frame; steam heat well lighted; equipped with the latest knitting and sewing machinery. Possession Given at once. We wilj rent if party would be interested In the manu ; facturlng of ladles' garments. Information Wanted—Call Bell | phone 74, Steelton. Pa., or M. R. ALLEMAN 1U X, KHO.Vr 3TREUT STEELTON. PA. IFOR SALE Look here! Do yon want to buy a | new home? Go to 8:.« to 630 Geary bt I am just finishing four three- I story brick, mansard roof houses, , with wide front and hack porches and balcony. Bay windows, grano ! lithic pavement and steps; cemented j cellar, hot and cold water in cellar. Parlor and dining room, largo kitch en, five bed rooms and bath, six large :losets, vestibule and open stairways. Gas and electric llghtb. Parlor and j dining room finished floors. No houses in the city for the price ask j ed. Buy now and you can select paper to suit. Go to see then) at once, before too late. The price will surprise you. F. H. Hantzman OOlce 11 HO lIrIKKB St. SEVEN POSITIVE MONEY MAKERS The profit making possibilities presented by the issues ir our latest bulletin should com mand your immediatewttention Ask for Letter 25 CLARENCE CONE Jt CO. 45 Broadna). »»• York AMERICAN BEET SUGAR Future Possibilities through War's Effect Send fur »ur Special Litter SAI RENSKORF, LYON & CO. l »w York Stock Excbaiigo. Ilwabm (Kew York Oattoa Rirtuni ' Chicago Board of Trad*. 33 NEW ST. NEW TPRK At the Photoplay To-day World's most popular photoplayer comes to the Photoplay thcaitre to-da,v in "Thirteen Down,"'a two-act Una nay drama. Bushman in this feature is disguished as a tramp and doing secret sen-ice duty. Having learned that his man desires a secretary and intends picking one out of the common bread line in order to dewn superstition, he dresses ax a tramp and .joins the bresd line. The doctor decides to pick out the thirteenth man In the bread line and Bushman gets that plac«. This is only a jiart of the interesting plot contained in this story. See it all to-day at the Photoplay along with' a two reel Edison, '"The Glory of Clementina," featuring Marc McDer mot and Miriam Nesbitt.—Adv.* SUIT FOR HERSHEY BONUS UP TO-DAY Continued From First P>». panv, resulted in nn |SOO verdict In favor of the huabaad and one for $2,- 050 in favor of the wife. This was a j claim for injuries and loss of services ; alleged to have l>een suffered through jan accident in which Mrs. ljerch was thrown from one of the defendant- com pany 's trolley cars. The accident oc curred several years ago, between Her shey and Hunimelstown. Too Busy to Defend Case In the s*uit of Nellie Blessing against Adam Rudy, based on a book account, a verdict in the sum of $48.07 was ren dered in favor of the plaintiff. Kudv did not defend tho suit. A messenger was sent for the defendant but, according to Court Mouse attaches, he sent hack word that he was too busy with his work and requested a delay of the hearing. Judge MH'arrell thought Rudy wasn't much interested in the case and directed the hearing to proceed. A verdict in favor of the defense was j returned by a jury in the ease of the Conto Company, a Chicago post card firm, against Sides & Sides, local mer chants. The Chicago house wanted the Harrisburg firm to pay for a batch of post cards that Sides Sides returned because of alleged faulty manufacture. Wants Pay for Work 20 Years Ago In Judge Kunkel's court this morn ing a hearing was held in the suit of Robert Stewart, colored, against the State. Stewart wants pay for sodding [ a part of the Capitol grounds about ' tweuty years ago. j Because of the illness of a material j witness the trial of the damage suit of Jacob Judy, a Royalton man, against j Philip Muto, a Londonderry township farmer, was continued until to-morrow morning. The suit is the result of a fight alleged to have occurred on Muto's farm. Judy, it is alleged, be came enraged when his dog was im prisoned in the farmer's barn and a fight resulted in which the plaintiff was : badly beaten up. The criminal suits gron'ing out of this case were tried in quarter sessions court <bme time ago and resulted in both men being convict j ed on charges of assault and battery. L Sentence was suspended, however. COURTHOUSE RECEIVER SELLS STORE STOCK Affairs of the V. A. S. Company Soon Will Be Liquidated Mercer B. Tate, who less than a ! fortnight ago was appointed receiver l of the V. A. S. Oompany, a concern j which for years conducted a woman's I apparel store at Fourth and Market j streets, this morning was granted! per j mission by the court to sell the com ipany's stock at private sale for 100. The receiver now has between S4OO and SSOO in his hands and announced to the court that the assets of the com pany will run <"fose to $2,520.88 with the liabilities not exceeding $2,000. Want New Trial Motions for judgment and a new | trial were filed to-day in the suit of ! the Commoinvealth Insurance Company against William 11. Oppernian, a local | contractor. A jury decided that Opper ) man is liable to tlie company for an in I surance premium covering the secoud year he worked' on the river front in tereepter sewer. Will Probated I Charles W. Rubcndall, deputy regis ters of wills, went to Halifax this aft ernoon where he probated the will of George \V. D. Enders, laite of Fiaher ville. Letters on the estate were grant ed to the widow, Anna, and to Mrs. tlninia 0. Lehr, a daughter, otf Lykcna. ! Marriage Licenses William E. Ham and Johanna C. I Sheafer, city. Samuel S. Herbert, Hunimelstown, and Maggie A. Rose, city. Charles W. Comp, Knola, and Anna M. Stouft'er, city. Lloyd Grover Cleveland! St'blosser and Anna M. Ripper, city. Arguments on Injunction Arrangements on tho injunction pro ceedings brought against City Building Inspector Grove by W. iH. Martin and J. W. Lynch will be heard by the Dau phin county court March 11 at 10 o'clock. The Court fixed the date last eveniug| Scores.of witnesses were heard by the Court early in the winter. Grove I ordered a house on York street to be torn down because of building walls. The plaintiffs had a mechanics' lien against the building and claimed that the building inspector had no reason to make the order. GIRLS BUSY ON DETAILS Teachers' Training School Students to Give Entertainment To-morrow The students of the Teachers' Train ing school are busily engaged in dis posing of tickets for their entertain ment at the Technical High school au ditorium to-morrow night and arranging the final details for the presentation. The receipts will go toward a fund ! which the young ladies are raising for the purchase of a piano. The entertainment will be largely of a musical nature, including much that will please and delight the audience. P. B. R. Employe to Be Retired Only one employe, John W. of the Philadelphia division of the Pennsylvania railroad, will be placed on the pension list Marob 1. The fact that one man is to be retired is rather uncommon, aa from two to six aro placed on the pension list monthly Mr. Behawb is a warehouseman at Colum bia and has been in the service of the company for more than thirty years. He will be retired on account of dis ability, being 65 years of age. 11 FINANCE STOCKS HESITATE. THEN MOVE UPWARD AT OPENING United States Steel Readily Absorbed 11 at Rising Quotations and Metal I Shares Also Show Strength—Pew i Specialties Also Advance B.V -Associated Pies*. New York, Feb. 25.—(Wa1l Street) —Stocks showed some hesitation at the opening of to-day's market but soon moved upward, many of tho representa tives issues scoring gains of a point or more within the first half hour. United States Steel was readily absorbed at rising quotations and the metal shares also evinced strength, while a few spe cialties, including Mexican petroleum, advanced materially. The movement was not altogether the only way, how ever, New Haven and Southern Rail -1 w»v, pfd., each declining two points to j their new minimum of 43. Baltimore | and Ohio yielded over a point and | pressed Steel Car, pfd., broke six points to 92. Selling was encountered on the early I rise and prices shaded fractionally in the second hour, with dealing* in steadily diminishing volume. Traders expressed disappointment at the con tinued absence of public interest, the investment inquiry being at low ebh. Numerous inactive issues repeated their recent minimum prices. M-ackay, pfd., | fell 2 points to 65, its minimum, aud | May Department Stores declined almost | 9 points to within easy range of its | minimum. Bonds reflected improvement with less future selling. LIVE STOCK PRICES Philadelphia. Feb. 25.—Conditions for three days, ending Wednesday evening, February 24: Beef Cattle—There was. a marked improvement in the market and prices closed a fraction stronger in every grade. Cows and valies realized firmer i rates. Ohio cattle in limited numbers were mostly on sale. Quotations: Steers—Extra higher; average beat. $8.1008.50; choice, $8.2008.30; good. $S.firstname.lastname@example.org; medium, $7.6007.75; eom | mon, $7.25 @ 7.50; bulls, $5.50 @7.00; fat j cows, $4.50 0 6.00; thin cows, $3.25© ! 4.50_; milch cows, common to choice, $45 @7o; extra, SBS; veal calve*, excep- I tional lots, $11,00<011.50; good to ctfbica. ' slo.oo@> 10.50; medium. $8.1)0® 9.00; com mon, $6,006)7.00; southi rns and barn j yards, $email@example.com. Sheep and Lambs-t- - here was not Sheep and l^am-bs—Supplies were light and the market cleaned in a sat isfactory way at advanced values in every grade. Quotations: j Sheep— | Wethers, extra, $7.25®) 7,50 ; Choice $6.5007.00 Medium $5.50 @6.00 Com mon $ 4.5 o ® 5.0 o Ewes, heavy, fat $6.00#6.50 Lambs— Extra, $9.50® 9.75 Good to choice 19.U0 @ 9.J5 Medium $8.50® 9.00 Common $6.50 @7.00 Hogs—This market continues in an unsettled situation, with reliable rates unobtainable. Quotations nominal. City Dressed Stock—All varieties of choice and prime meats were steadily held, with a firmer tendency Indicated. Trade was moderate. Quotations: Steers, 10@ 13; heifers. 10@ 12Vi; cowa, 8%11; veal calves, 15@16; extra calves, 17; southerns and barnyards, 10@lg; country dressed, 13© 14; extra, 16; sheep, 10011; extra wethers, 12; lambs, 15© 16; extra lambs, 17; hogs, 10i4@10V4. Philadelphia Produce Market Philadelphia, Feb. 25.—Wheat steady; N'o. 2 red spot, export, 1560161; No. 1 northern, Uuluth export, 164@ltt. Corn weaker; No. 2 spot, export, 70Vi @77fc. Oats firm; No. 2 white, 63^064. Bran easier; winter, per ton, $;!7.00@ 30.00; spring, per ton, $26.50027.00. Retined sugars firm; powdered, 5.80; fine granulated. 5.75; Confectioners' A. 5.65. Butter firm; western creamery, ex tra, 3:; nearby prints, fancy, 35. Eggs higher; nearby tirsts. free ease, 7.50; current receipts, free case, 7.35; western extra firsts, free case, 7.50; tirsts, free case, 7.35. Live poultry steady; fowls, 14%@15V*: old roosters, 114# J1 Va. chickens, 13 01$; turkeys, 15017; ducks, 16@17; geese, 12016. Dressed poultry weaker; fowls, heavy, 17H'@18H; average, 15%®17; small, 14; old roosters, 14; broiling ehiekens, near, by, 180 23; western, 14 01:2; roasting chickens, 17020; turkeys, fancy, 22; fair to good, 18020; ducks, 12© It; geese, 10 014. Potatoes weaker; Pennsylvania, pi.r bushel, 80@63; Mahie, 45050; New York. 40045; Jersey, per basket, 30035. Flour nominal; winter straight, 7.00 7.25; spring straight, 7.0007.i0; do., patent, 7.3008.10. Hay weak; No. 1 large bales, 18.000 18.50; medium bales, 18.00 018.50; No. 2, do.. 16.00017.00; No. 3. 1t.00015.00. Clover mixed, light mixed, 17.00017.50; No. 1 do., 16.00 0 16.50; No. 2, 14.50® 15.00. Chicago Livestock Market Chicago. Feb. 25.—Hogs—Receipts 23,000; steady. Bulk, 6.5006.70; light, 6.5506.80; mixed, 6.4506.75; heavy, 6.15 @6.6«; rough, 6.1506.30; pigs, 5.7506.85. Cattle—Receipts, 5,000; firm. Natlva steers, 5.6009.10; western, firstname.lastname@example.org; cows and heifers. 3.600 7.75; calves, 7.00 @ 10.50. .Sheep—Receipts. 9,000; steady. Sheep, 6.8507.80; yearlings, 7.6508.50; lambsi 8.0009.60. WILL PLAV SEMI-FINALS Harrisburg and Camden to Fight Hard for Championship When the seaii-final championship 'basketball game between the local P. R. R. Y. ,M. C. A. and the Cainden P. 'R. R. Y. IM. <J. A. is played Saturday night, February 27, on the floor of the local association, the semi-final game for pool will also be played. The Cam den boys now hold the record for both pool and basketball of the Eastern Pennsylvania district, while the local team holds it for tho Middle Pennsyl vania district. The games Baturday night will de cide which teams will play the final matches with the western district to be held in the Chestnut street audi torium, this city, some time in April.