COMFORT STATION , FIRST DAY'S RECEIPTS The', sum , of $2,60 - represents tfie cUy out .of the pUDii3. comfort 8ta. tion' at Bth and Penn streets, accord - ,ng t0 a report made by councilman Yeagcr yesterday The station wae'opened for use'the first time Monday and notes were made by the attendants of additions and improvements which can be made t0 the 8ervlce. Some needs have heen promptly . attended to by Mr. Yeager. . .. He stated that the station will be betwcen th0 hours of 7 m and ,jj p TO. Mr. Yeager estimates that the station will yield at least, $9,000 during the first year. If the receipts . exceed the cost of maintenance, the cost of compartments will ho' cut down. The city does not want' to make a profit on the proposition, Mr. Yeager explained. . '