The News-Journal from Lancaster, Pennsylvania on March 11, 1912 · 3
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THE LANCASTER MORNING NEWS,. MONDAY MAKCII U, 1912 S TRI-STATE LEAGUE OFFICIAL SCHEDULE, 1912 9 MHHW N. At At At ! At . At ,j At " At At Jolinstown. Altoona. Harrisburg. York. Reading, j t,ancastcr. Trenton. Wilmington. '. " ' ! May 1, GO, p. ilay 17, 18? May 20, ' 21. May 14, U, 1C. May' 10, U, 13. June 4, 6, . May 31, June m. June U. July 1, 3. June 21 29. June 21, 22, June 23, 28, July 32, IS. 15. J, 3. July 1, Jehnatown...' July 3. 4. a. July SI. Aug. Aug. 2, 3. 24. July 2. 27. 27. July 2S, 80. Aug. IS. 24'. 17, IS. Au. ' m. Aug. S, 10. 1. Aug. 2i. 24. AuS. 3, 22. . - Hi, 17. Sept. S. . ' - - . ; - . - - v ! May 2 2 30. May 20. 21. Mav IT, 18. Mav 10. 11, IS. M&y 14, 15, 16. May 31, June June 4. 5, . a m June 13. June 29. 29. Julv J. 2. June 25, 28, June il, 22, 1, . July IS. July 12, IS, 15. Altooiit....... July 4, p. m. Aug. 2, 3. Julv Jl, Aug. 27. July 2?, So. 24. July 24, 27. 17, 18. Aug. Aug. IS. H. ' July 24, 25. - Aug. 21. 22. it Aug. 23, 24. i . .!, , - ' Bept. 4. - - I " " ' j ' " I '- ; ' jTJne f. ? June 10, 11. lilay 2, 2D, 30, May 31, June June 4. 5. S.iMay 10. It 13. "May 14, 15, lti. July 1$. 20. July 2V 23. - 'a.m. June 13. 1.3. June 14. July lii, 17, IV. j June 25, 26, June 21, 22, Hanrfsburj... Aug. ' 14. 15. Aug. 12, 13. ., .. iJuly 4, p.m. July 15. Aug. Aug. 16, 1?. hr7. July K. 27. 2i. July 9, 30. , (Sept. 2, S. Aug. 80, JL V (July 25. Auff. t, it. . J " -f , '". ' ' j 10. Sept 4. - - : ' - j ' ' : ,- ' . June W, 11. joM 7, 8. May 1, 20, p.! - June 4, R, 6.' May 8, S. May 14, 15, IS. May 10. U, 12. July 22. -23. July lit, 20. m. June 12.' July 16. 17, 18. June 3. July June 21, 22, June 26. 26, Torts..?,.... Aue. 12. 13. Aug. 14, 1. July 3, 4, a.m. ! . Aug. M. VL 12. IS. 15. 24. July 29, 30. 27. July 2, IT Aug. SO. SI. Sept 2, 2. July 24. Aug.i Aug. IS. Sfc i , ' ' . 9. . Sept. 3. ' - . ' . "" '' ' May 22, 23, 24. May 25, 27, 28. May 7, 8, 9. May 8, 4, . ... June 13. May June 10, It June T. . 8. July 5, 6, 8. July 9, 10. It June 15, 17. June IS, 19. 2, 29, 30, a.m. July 22, j& July 1, . Beading Aug. 26, 27. Aug.JS, 2. July 12. 13. 20. Auy.7.8. July 4, p.m. Aug. 12. 13. Aug. 14, 16. ". . - - ug. t July 25. Auir. Aug. !0, St-. Sept. 2. 2. "' N I : . j 10. Sept. 4. ' May 25, 27, 28. May 22, 23. 24. May 3. 4, 6. May 7, jfiT May 1, 20. p. June 7. 8. June W. It ". f r July S, 10, II. July 5, 6, 8. June 18, 19, June t. June m. June It r July -M, 23. July 22, K. lcastr.... Aug. '2S. t. Aug. 26. 27. 20. Aug. 7, S. 14, 15, 17. July 3, 4, a.rn. - .. fAu. 14. 16. Augr. M. 13. 7T- . ,.. . J Aug. 5, 8. July 24. Aug. Sept. 2. 2. Aug. SO, 31. 9. Sept S. j ' May J. 4, 6. May 7, 8, . May 23. 23, 24. May 25, 27, 2. May 20 21. May 17. IS. May .2 19. - . J June 18,19, June 14, 15, July 6. , 8. July 8. 10, It June 28? 29. July 1, 2. June 12. 13. Xrenton....... 20. Aug.7,8. 17. Aug.J.S. Aug.'2, 27, Aug. 28. S. Aug. J. 8. July 31, Aug. Ju y 4 4. . T Aug. a. 2S. 1. Aug. 23. 24. (Aug. 9, MS. . T! i May 7, 8. . May S, 4, 6.4 May 25, 27, 28. May 2, 23, 24. May 17. IS. Way 20, 21. May 1, 30 30.,"" June 14. 15, June 18, IS, July , 10, 11. July 5, 6, 8. July J, 2. June 28, . 2S. July i JulyJ , JmingtOB.. 17. Aug. 5, 6. 20. Aug. 7, 8. Aug. 28, 29, Aug. as, 27. July M. Aug. Aug. .8, 3. 24. dept. t ( , - - . w ... 1. Aug. 23, 24. Aug. 21, 22. 3, 4. ,. J TRI-STATE SCHEDULE. ' . - if President. Carpenter. Announced' , It Last Evening Red Roses Paired Qff With Reading. ' r . . Trl-Stato baso ball ougagcaneuta open pft Wednesday, May 1, and close", on SeptpmtHir 4. The schedule maa ' given. ' out by President1 Carpenter last night. There are 112 games on. the' schedule, divided evenly at home and abroad. ' Lancaster opens at Reading' this year. . On May 2 Heading -.'plays in Lancaster. ', . ' Lancaster is indeed very fortunate in what it has foeen given in this year's ...sqhed-ate ot the Tri-State League. TUi3 Is especially true as ; to Saturday engagements, which 'number, ten. The Other teams in that regard fare aa follows; Johnstown, 7; -Altoona, 8; riar-risburg, 9; -York, 10; Heading, ?"'Trenton,. 9; Wilmington, 9. John H. Myers, president of the Red Rose aggregation, has also gotten his share of Friday-dates. They are eight in num- . ber.-'-. This will give an opportunity to Ordained to th Ministry.: Lock Haven, Pa., Marcli 10. Despite the fact that United Evangelical ministers occupied almost every pulpit in th,o city, a large audience gathered In the First United Evangelical church 'to, hear the ordination sermon by Bishop W. H. Fouke this afternoon when the largest class in the conference history was ordained. The following young men were ordained: Rev. S. A. M. Jenkins. -I. C. Bailey, I. C. Shearer, W. . Kunkle" as deacons; Rev. H. S. Dill. R. S. Daubert, M. E. Bartholomew, J. H. Richer, L; A. 3IUler, C. S. Messner, M. C. .Jacobs, J. B. McLaughlin, C. B. Snyder, as elders. This evening Bishop Dubbs delivered a sermon in ilie same church. . , V PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Phila,llhln, March !). FLOCR. There waa little trading in flour and prices were unchanged. We quote: ' ' ' fe- r.w pounas a woon ivininr, cicrer, $a 14.10;' winter straight, ft.2.VJ4.fi0; wintep.- patent, $4.C5(;3. - WIIIOAT. Trado in wheat was quiet, but ' offerings wro onily incklorate ond prices ruled steady, Quotaiionn: Ked winter tor milling, as to Quality and location, at .1.02i'1.03. Car lots, n export eievato', No. 2 red, JSl.WHS'l.OlH; 'o. ' Southern rfid, 97'c.ir;i ?1.00reamcr No. 2, 7',4c.;(fti$1.00; -No. il red, rtf'ictSSl.OO; Xo. 1 Northorn puluih, ?1.23(S1.2t" COR.V. Offerinp3 were light and the markot ruled firm at the late advance, but trade was quiet. Quotations No. 2 mixed, in export elevator Jvarcl:, 70(i;,70VjC. - ' . Car lots, in export elevator Xe. 2, 7)ft70Vic.; PtenmHr, rtSilSfjc; No. H, 0T (iri.c. ; No. 4, CtCuGTw!. Car lots for local trade Souhern yellow. 74jS'7.'k!.; Xo. 2 yellow, Tr'WiC- steamer- jrbllow, ..71i.7l4.; No. il yellow, 7W70c; No: 4 yellow, aHJ. " OATK. Supplies were small and the market ruled steady, but tlierewas llitlc trauing. ve quote: No. z wnite, as io locniion. ; Farmers ! roposi't your crop' money with us and pay your bi Is by check. It looks business like on your part and creates a Ood impression. It is safer , than carrying money with you, gives less chance .for making mistakes, and may save paying some bill twice. Our new building, modern equipment aod careful management give an account here cN-ceptiAnal value, j Per Cent, on Certificates rHE GUARANTY TRUS1 CO. ; North Duke Street, .Next to Court House. M. ALEXANDER, President. L. B. HERR, Vice President. ' E, R. GARVIN, Treasures, , UK. J Fire Destroyed Cheniical Works. New York, March 10. A loss esti mated at f 200,000 v.vig oaused'hy fife I which destroyed tae Wiarda chejii.cal Wte-i- standard white, 5S!bc; No. 3 white. works in , Brooklyn ; to-day.- ' 'Darldg feed sold slowly t former rates, the, fire there were many violent ex- We . Quote: , . ., . . ., -i. Winter bran In bulk pfii-ton, S20.,i0o;n0; plosions which imperiled the lives ; of jiinrins bran, In 100-pound Backs, per on, . . : . . i BAL.EI1 HAT.-ATC0 STHAW.D..si.ablo nes ...iiuui uuuies in iiie viti.i;oy. Cleai-isiirs. March ft, feiune uay last year j Jncroo.se ....... i . Last week's clearings fwi me ween jist year Increase . . ti2S.4;i4.t7 the store clerks to turn out in . -fulJ force, as F'ridav vluring' the summe? I LANCASTER CLEARING HOUSE. months is observed as a halt holiday. The Friday dates are: May 10 and 17, June 21 and 28, July 12 and 26,,August lfi and .23 Lancaster -.and Reading pair off on the holidays. On Memorial Day, Reading . plays in Lancaster in the morning and the Red Roses are in Re-ding in the afternoon. On Independence morning the locals play., in Reading, and the ball toss?rs will pla5" , at Itossmeve balliKirk in the" afternoon. Lancaster.' plays two games t Tren-t6n on Lalwr Day, .September .2. In mileago the Lancaster team travels tm; least, having 2,969 miles ;to cover. The lcjj0o-" milfago of the teams is as, follows: ui; u. t. .lohiistown, 3.S0.6: Altoona, 3.5S6; Har- Jjairf St.r Wshurg, 3,i3'.f; lorK, ri.oiz; ueaaing, c. and.o. S.0.1S; Trontin, S,4-l-; Wilmington, 71,- 543.'' All indication point to a very Riiccfessful season for the League. Lancaster will have a splen did team -under .Mauagcr Castle. NEW YORK STOCKS. Furnished by Cliandlev Bros. A . Co.. Bankers and iirokers, l'luladelphla. i'a. Members, New York Stock Lchange, Philadelphia Htock Exchange, Chicago Exchange, Chicac;o Hoard or Traae. New Yoris Cotton lixcij'nnpe. J. B. Jont;. .naiiaser, liraneh office, 313 Woolwortb tJuilding, Ijanoaater, lJa. , - . New-York. March 0. Open. Higii. Low. Close .l'ft'm . Ht 23 "i ? TJ':S .2.'!! BASE BALL NEWS. Can. Pac. . Krie ... X X.. trd Tri-State i"1- M- -. J ItL., 1H& . . L. and X. iLifhisli Vail ! Mo. 1'ac. . .. :m. ic. t. . I.VIex.. C. .. .. (N. Y. C. . I North Pn c. 1 N. and W George- Magoon, "Former Trenton Play- x."y?o. nnd'AV? er is Coaching University of Maine. V';- V.. It. ' Al Selbuch, manager of Marrisburg f-o. Pac i.... Tri-Ktate base ball team last season, Third'' Ave."'.'.! retires after jiaving Been in the busi- 'vnb'fjJi; ncss nineteen years. He Js in btisiness Wabash. p'fd"? for" himself in Columbus. Ohio. I?m!' mRs-.'':? George A. Magoon, former secdnd Am. surar ... ' baseman and manager of Trenton, j; )s-with Savannah, South Atlantic Lcasuo' Anaconda: -. loU season, has been secured to coach . ! "s.swoi r . ! sit the University of Maine. i w. k' s., pfd' i David Keislcy, a crack fielder, who 1 Yftv v(l l'".!!1- .i::w - lS's .. ") ,.l.Vt, .IttD's . . 40 .. :. .10 ..ii'j"-i ,ll!!i .1W . 8UV( ,.irrtt'"-s l.'ilt-'s xo;tui .so' .1KV, T.i-k 2K1 M i:vj7i ls'i .wvi ItiPii 2s i ::u 112'i rii-s 1i9 MIL liiH learned baso ball on the lots at Church-town, Cumberland county, with Chief Bender, has been signed to play, with Reading. July' Cotton .- 43 'i .17'k i-lSV, . 7"s . 71 .lis-ri . ti5 ,1HV .10 r.s .10 fit 2t. 41 lysVj 71s -ISU, 7t'.'t.i. ll'i-'H "t! Wi wt C.-.I., i if io ns 10 ot ! erades of hay -were in small supply and iliriri. - Straight ; rye .straw favovade buyers under a - lisht domand, but other kinds were scarce and lirnr. yunta-tions: , 274,75.W ' -Timothv Hay No. 1 Uirffe bales, 1. VM KAi.'iyt No. 1 medium bates, .S24.5sKf-2.V- '. : I . do..' tsa. No. -3 io., .. ?21fa-l-50; , no ..$ fi4,0W. (Hi grade, $lr:16. ' , , . . .si 071 !74 at I Clover Mixed Hay Lipht, mixed. JjiffiW -' i oan'-r.-i -,t 2.: ri!, N'ri--I. S22.nOtf iS? : Xo. 2. &sMt.i!iMi. .Li'3W.o. -j. sira-.uiu rye, No.' 2. st'iatsHt rv.i: Xo. ' 1, (angled rye. $l7.rarti.is;. No. i tawrtwl rve. M.1m1S. - " . - ; .No.' I wheat straw." SM.Wftl.V Xo. 2 wheat straw, lR.r.0(i;ll; No. b oat straw. 1 l.,MK; 15: No. 2 oat straw, $m.&va.l. TifTTER. Th market was (inlet, uMial 'on ' the- last day of the week, and prices of solid packed creamery - declined 1c. Quotations: Western solid-packed creamery, fancy, :t''.c.r extra. Jilc. ; extra firsts', ,10c.: firsts, 2V.:- seeondH. 27W2c.; nearby prints, ex- ira; .'!Sc. ; do extra HrMo, Sac: flrsts. :!lc; econdt, 20i.Wt?.r prinlH,1 jobbing at "7 -lie. There was riuile liberal receipl.s but choice new laid mock sold tairly and rv.led lirm. Quouuiona: In free .cases. 24c. per dozen; lirslH Ail.fdj per Klnndard case: ordinary r.nrront eeeipU, juj.iXj per smndard case: candk-d and rerratcn eprpr, .lonotns ai iwr,,;, KEl'IXEp .SI-'GAltS wore auiot, hut Ptendy. ' - ' Wo quote: Mat prices, less 2 per cent discount for cash In aeven days, tin follows: Oranulntod. fi.MW!3.Si!. ; powdered, Jtfic: fol't t-rad-is, ,V'ifCf;.ri.iir,c. LTV 13 POt'LTRYFowls. ss to ouallty. IStfrttie.: sprinpr r.hickenp. Boft-meju.-d. 15 fri. tilc: young roasterB, f la.p;y, , ll'i ljc: old roosters, llWliVin.; ducks, iiVi 17c; fteeso, 12Ciltc: turkeys, 1Hm1'.,c.; pigeons, Id, n-r pair, !aw,9c.: pipeons, younK, per Paid, 2lwB5c. v WiErlSKn I'OUT.Tr.Y Fresh-killed nonhrv. fowls. Western, ner pound l-anev. nrv-pucneo. in UnxeH. weiumnir hot, nil.-! and over aiiieco. lua. : ranc.y. iiry pnoue-i, in noxey, ung -iniAyj jioiintts apie.oo laOl i.i'jti. : ,lalr to (toon, i.'w-l4.; Kl.tV, 711-S MS 23 7,'IVi 251 ;t;ti 1.-I2U, 5S 155 ' Oii Itl-S ,",o 112'.', llii'i 10!) riwt 15tHs lim; 20 107 -i 7 lS-i 70 70 11XV, 55 :7 2f- l io'V 10 4R 10 65 -HIS (a 7!-i l"SyM 7:l"j 12 1 S-j 150 ltt 44 41 i m H2ti 15ti-,:i lofiti 2;i 14 1JS ' 71 "', ll-f-j CO. ; 2fi ftl-H 1 IfM-i Vt'ii IO 4.5 Steinmaii Hardware Co. Lime and Sulphur Solution, Best and Cheapest. ONLY 25 CENTS PER GALLON TO BE MIXED WITH MANY GALLONS OF WATER, A3 DIRECTED ON EACH CAN, WILL SAVE YOUR' FRUIT TREES AND KEEP THEM IN GOOD CONDITION, FREE FROM IN8ECTS AND INSURE A GOOD CROP. NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY BEFORE THE BUDS BURST. Sprayers. - Brandt compressed air sprayers -and Gould spray pumps, $3.00 up, are .the most suitable and Inexpensive for trees, ' flowers and shrubbery as well as for applying whitewash. -. SPECIAL ;A variety of small tools, handy for the house 5c to 25c, Pruning shears, 25c, 50c, hand saws 35c, mouse traps 3c, rat traps 10c, kitchen wall dryers 10c, brown and white ware, set of casserole' and 6 cups $1.35, horse blankets $1, Steinman Hardware Co., '?' ! 26 and 28 West' King Street. if 7.50(177.75: ' pood -to choice. $7.25fJ7.5,i;. meiium, S0..irjf.7;: co'intuoD,. .f.iJ; . hot hmiHetfi?' apiece. . ' IJOt.S-iiemand aeaaonable; steady - to flrui : ' western, as to Hizo and n'iaiii, liea-v, !).(."; liftlit to medium, SO-SO..- Cl'i'V" JDRKSStJU-STOCK Steady : moderate, ii-adlne. -Steers,- Mo 12c; iiiU'crs, 8 ftilOc; cows, 7j',;Sti;C-; veals, illriil ic. ; extras, - 15c. : soul herns and westerns, 10 ft) lie. ; country dressed. Irtif l2c. ; extras, i:'.c. sheep, .Sfti lie. : -extra wethers, O'-l-e. ; Inmb", lti 12c: c-xtras, 13c.:- hogs, --St'i'1 !)C. " .',.', ens. nearby, weii'hins: 4iii4i.j pounds 4epe.ee, 17c: chickens, nearby, mixed sizes, nM.Vie,; roawiinur cnieKens, inmom. jancy, soft-mcnii.it in boxes, wi-ti;hinfr.'5 pounds and over apiece, 17e.; roastinsr e.litcUenH, Western fancy, .weighing 4W.1!r5 pounds apiece, V,Hl"',JiC.; chickens, We;fi-rn, weishinsr pounds apiece, i;;i?m.; canons, wclKliing 7 to S pounds apiece. smw.: canons, weierninr . to u pounds PHILADELPHIA STOCKS. Philadelphia, -Marnh 9. Close, " Joe Weaver second baseman," - has Cambria steel signed with York, ttagner lives in K-Mu.!. New York City, ! Oeneral Asphalt, pfd ... ' Edmonson, who is on the U. S. ship rturtT'vat-ie'y P!. ' Connecticut, now at Hnyti, under von- Lehitth Navigation ui. i i . .i . v. i Ponna. Tiailroad ........ tract with Aork; states that he is hav- r.,iia. Kieisiric irig tronblogeUIng his diHCharge from f'o. com. .'.;.'..;; V, , - Phlla. liapld Tmnsit ... the navy. .Reading nallroad ... , . Al. Newton, the former Red Rose ' ic-'-aGe Kattery .......... player, has expressed JiiS desire to re- i:nited Gas imp!'.' lturn to the Johnstown club. , : !r.-.i.i:.. -71..,.,..,,,.,,, tl, f,m. T-Ini-. I S" St0,!- nM risburg player, whom Brooklyn disponed of to Newark, announces ;.-. has ouit the game.' A slice has been made in Kddle's salary. jfYu! dol.lo T,., Vl.,l.T,.,t tw. fnvmar 1 whea Vn, : Villiamsport playcr,-has been secured July '.'. !?' osi', from Toronto by Atlanta. vlJM1 ;: Manager llcckert, of Trenton, bao a May .. 71 W nj lfge number of men under contract. c.'!'y II 14 I'h M; . sept ., 1 1 's 71 :-t The catchers signed are Mitchell from fiats 2 Ffdilll. mill Tt!ri!it,V n vniilinol.,i- frnri M.V 41 U 12 j: r!n,, 2si ls til l Tl 17 :, 2.'t, . 7',s 51 50'-i 7-i lKri. 0 55, apiece. Jiyinc.; flo sups, is'i.ia. I uraeys lounf,-. i.im-.y, .c; mrt.'-.yr, air to good, l$('lc: tui-keys, common, J2tlic; turkeys, old toius, 10c: jIucKs, fancy l:irse, ft'02i)c.; ducks, ordinary to sood. I2f,7ll'lc.-. eese. fancy heavy,' 11'.? ('. : r.-ese, fair to ;rood, Id'le. H-iuabs White, pur dozen, wetphtn 15 poumin, H.7flf(),5.25; do welf,'hIi)H" 0 to Id pounds. Iter rto.en, SH.(l"iil.l.'i: do welKh-Ins 8 pounds per dozen.' 2.75&!MO: da wclBhlpe 7.poimds per dozen, 2.2iW2.fiO do we-irhlnf; 6?ffiflV pounds per doiten. t..iJfl!: dnrlc and STo. 2. 50o.4i tl.25. CHICAGO GRAIN, Quotations by Wni. L. ' Bear & Company, 220-220 AVoolwiwth Euildinfj. " ChlcnKO, March p, Toi.Clos. f)nen. f-tlirh. i.nxv OAnm. lf r.VV-07 .Itily ft Baltimore. Tlemler will be found in Soil . . 42 the outfield. Alert. WUitnev-will bo on yyM first and Moriarity wlfl Be at short .Tuiy '. '.wi Vlon. 7Jfkwoif will h Muuii n Hepl. ..Jf)25 ....... vjv.,,,. rt 42 I 15 70 1i! 10 30 .15 at third and Red Owens will hold down Mnv .IlllV .Sept ...0.27 . . .0.47 . ..0.H2 0 .I flt7 0.fl7 . LOCAL GRAIN, FEED, STRAW, Wheat iVio unermrl linrr T! lib n ,1 l.-,. ,.! T..n.... .Tilly 1 "-----"' "--n .. ia.iv , unit iil i n, both new men, will try for Infield positions. Bill Clay and Johnuoii together with Tlominr will nuard the outfield. The pitchers . included ilPe Lloyd, Matthews and Bolco, if secured; ,n"t" Oetty, a pitcher who nimfe a pood rec-1,r'1" '.'.'.'.'.','.'.'. .'. . . . ord with Butte, Montana; Oldlinm, who! tiddiinv-H''.':.' .';:.'::.' wbb taken South by the. I'liitllo; Bie-'',lvi Tiniohv. "lialo'd -gol, who was with Toronto, or Krou tint, a Baltlniore man. ' . - 72 70 i Wf. 40-H 42-i IS 05 Irt 20 10 45 . 0.10 o.iv, 0.75 t0.1t:j 07-m 05 . 70H', 70!,i-"O't'i 52i 41 St 15 70 15 07 10 20 0.27 0.17 0.H5 la". !.,: 07-'S 72 72 .'.) Vi 40--K 12 ir. m 10 20 10 45 o.r.7 0.55 0.7ii THE LOCAL MARKET. - " TjOnoflater1, March U. Central ifarket Marln-t was in Kood .diapo this mornlnr, the ntiendance on both sides bein.c; larjtc KtfKS dj-opped si veml cents in price. Dn.ssed clilcki-ns were plenilful, bpt iiiffh in price. V'.c imiile the followlnr: Apples, per half pock ... ioets, per bunch ,, Hutu.r. per pound ('abbujre, per head ..... chickens, dressed, each i f-,,.A,-... .nAu , . 'u.i.n, vav, ,....,,.... i. lit . , n'.v u'-'. ii ...,.. ilulneas. each Lnrd, per pound ........ T.smb roust, per pound . Lettuce, per pound ..... Lima beans, per pint .. Mutton chops, pr pound minim. -pe" noy Pears, per half puck lifons. per pm'i- HAY AND .....MOO ...TtitfT.'? , . ,s:Of,::l Potntonf!. per bushel . M potatoi.s, per hp If pad: T'liddiiiK, per pound Saisa.i, fresh, per pound .'. SnuwiRe. smoked, per pound SenUled choes'v per liowl ... Mhellbarks, per tttirrt "ilrw vr iirti-il Turnip?!, per half pock Cn;,"iM, ter bunch Onion, per half peek ..lf).20c 5c . ..'.VHH: ....nA;Se , ,tKi HOC . .."lOiaooc . ,1N',j22c . .5)(.,),.'wc . .1 1ff 12c . .22I-I) tut , ,.'MT 10c ...JY'l So . .10;,,20c . . rr . ,1iv.1'Jc . ,iwMt" ....si.sn , . I5'i2,c ,.10,v:i4c ,.i;i'ff 1 5c IMo . .. :i;tr,' , ..S'TdOc 111- . . .Mi iOc T' , i17if ISc uoutltiik by J. a. LAtUB Co., Bros-itootu 810. Wool uf tu ilutidiu.. Par, t,i. .-Jan County Eft s, due Hill ,.nn CouiitySS, s. duo 1028 .. .i.tOO . I'ounty S'-'-'s, duo l'.C) lwi ijAiSCASii.K Cllx xujNU. "4's lut. 1U1II. I!il7 i Bi's, 10W, 1014, 13 ...,J(i0 H. 1WI, IWJ. IINMk ....illu 's ,JS!i, 1015, 1025 101) 48, irot;, iicii, v.vn ino , l:llrt, ........Jl ', iom. !!, low im tii llfl 101 V 1K) 102 104 io DIED, :. H.L1K0I;R. In this cliy on Siiturdnv, .i.'irch 11, 1012,' -Mrs. , Tamer : Ilalinp-e'i, si -veiily-fuur years it nt;e. Keijt tlves and friends.- Ki-e respectfully lnvitejl toatieiid iho funeral froii) her hue fionie at 505 - North street on Tui-ft-day, Miirch 12. . Kervlees at t tin bouse at 1 o'ehiek p. .ui.. and at Strawberry street .A. -SI. K.. church at 2 o'clock I. m. in-ternieiit In Stei euK'Cireenlaii.l cemeterv. mll-2t. .; ' - ! lll-ISS. March 0, ,1012. . Heiijuiniii F, i HtiKs, fKfd '5 years, 1 momhs and d dayi,. 't he relatives and friends of the family nre respectfully -Invited -In attend the fu- iii-riil- lroin lus hue resldi-tice al Hers slatioii on Vediiel.'iy, ' M.-it-eli .'!, at p. m. Services at the house and Interment at, the . New Providence Mennonllc cemel.ei-y. Iji-'iciiMler friends will leave the trolley car nt ivekman's hIioii. ' ll-;;i liANCAHTBli SCHOOL. HONDB. chord 4 s, due 1014, lvid ..100 jtiin, idi r, laiw, loin ....usi .1112a J021. liM. 102.T ....100 1024. 10,25, lOXd, 1027 ....11 1H2, 1020, ltcto, lo:-:i ....pxi n2, i:, 10S4, fXii ....im DM, 1187, VH ..iOK BANK STOCKS. wfitieastor Trust Co. lofl farmers' Trust Co " peoples Trust (Jompany ... 5u jnion itum i;o. m - ocrn Trust C. 5o luarontv Trust Company . It.) 'titton National ...OKI .a.nc. County Natl. 50 , "irf,t National 100 loncBloea National ...... .100 I'eoples Xniional Inn 'orthern National loo . Columbia National irai ust Nat 1. Columbia 100 Central Nar'l,. Columbia, ..mo OotumMa Trut-Co. ...... i"0 first N-if, Marietta Jofi , First N'tl. Mt. Joy inn - Union Nat'l, Mt. Joy W Manhelm National 100 Keystone Nat 1, Manhefrn ..ion a.iners Nnt'l. Kl hi-am i.100 Knhrfita Nst'l, Kphrftta. .joo r;ii7.nne(ntown ia i us- ixchaptie Hank. Marleita .too .Hit. KnrirtL'S National ...l',i rxehanKO. Kllzabethtown . iW . New Holland National ....piO srmers' .mi New Hoiinnd 'armei-s' Nnt'l. Iiililz ....100 Ourirryvlllo National lot-' "nrmers' mi, unrrvvuifl .urn Flr.t Vat'i Sfr.lsh'IVg ' "hristinna National loo Revivals at A, M. E, Church, This evoninp; Mrs. Sulllc A. Ram-Koy, evnnsellst, will open revival mooti)iB in the Strawberry Street A. M, K. church. ' , T'av. mlxd. haled Orav.-, lVheot.. baled ... Strnw. hif,(i SEEDS. fOHntstlop. hv l"-re (V.. T ? . . tflnirU-eti ...su.no TTed Clc'ef . . , tsvtf- Clovftr . if;itfa C'rtve . r't-tinwrtn Clnm- jl'llriothtr "'fii-or 'flei-mii" Milln" , ilswn Mlxtnrs , . Philadelphia. V ' ' ,1'hllndelphin. March 10. Hec, ipts for the week: lieef cattle, 4.. (1; sheen and lambs, l.'J,S5l; hoi?s, 7,170: cntvcK. 2.27U. . v UlCICl" CATTL1---f!eiierally steady ;wm. m.-,.i flfmei- O-'ilil mil, .I SI e,- ivlrfl. .KMi'tWS jut: nvei-HL'e best. V!.TMi 7.75:' choice. V.25 "f?J.'iri f"7.;!7,i: Rood, S7)7.lli:' medium, sa.ViW 5;!; "-75; common, S'!.25'iMl.U7',.i: bulls, l.5or.( . .ilSfi 14 ICftws Hlendv. l-'.it now. S..VWf) I.T.": hit) cows, S.2S"2.00; mtlch cowl, $ fy: 05: extras, $70. Calves Siendv to firm on beet. Exceptional lots, SlfNIO.V): Rood to choice. Si) if'10: mtdlum," X7'ffs; common. $.Vi77: o" . tonrncrns una wcrier-ns, inr,. .runo FtfKI'P A VP LAMUSI Steady : fsle , T no clearance, ftheen. wetlici's, extra, 5 50f . U M ...7li; choice, S.j.2.V,;,",.50; (rood, VV5.r,; . i medium, -I..Vfl.7: common. $3r,'.fi: .1 B.flO ewes heavy fat, f4.75'cl5. Lambs, extras, an National Incoln Natlons.1 dountvllle National ..... jenver Nntioriiil ......... due Ball National First Nnt'l. 'Intercourse irst Nnt'l. I.andisvlllo ., First TVs ft. BalnbrMsr . Terre Hill. Notional Hrowntown Nst'l ...... dllicrsvillc Nnllonal .... davtou-n National Mtron NfitioiSil '..... AND EtiFCTRIO STOCK A. rfinc.-Coliimbla u's, 102:1 3,ane. City Ity. O's, 1020.. 'Vest Knd Tty. 5's. tOLI . CoitestoKa Tr. I', 10.V . . Lancaster Cms ,Vs, 1025 . Lane, tins B's, 10:!5 Jdison Klec. Rs, 1022.1 .. Edison F.leo. B's. 1O40 .. lolumbla Klectrlo B's. 10'B 1t'i NinestoKa tlealty B'n. HK& .1'' L.i.Co. Vtv, mid I,. 1051. 100 jane, niui Columbia slock . Ni !in.Mcb-. & N. Ttolbmd P jnc.. and Stnisbnri? II. .. .;i tn-. and Matihem Tl. .... ,am'. mid Fasten) Ity. .. , 'hrls'a iK- Ct'sve. Ity Lane, and IM. Joy Rv, . ,anc. ami OuaiTj-vlllo It. . Liiiip. a- V.. Spvs. Uy. ... ne nd Coslp.vllle Rv phratn. A Ad.imstown Ity, Kliz'lwn nnd INorin P.v. . K. Hol'ind Terre Hul n. s I-ane. Co, It..- T,. rfd .... 50 S'o'nti P... L.X-P. Co., fd .-.l S'lj'nn P... I ..A I. Co.. com . ir) r u k . i i e. i'j n ut ; h. t ..nr. nd Mniiehnnrt Ave. olid V:t,. St . , , . .ann. and Eltabethtown iancasle' std LII Its .... 'niri nd rTi.tifnln . T-nncasler sndM.n'lolln . !,anc. nnd Frultwllle .... ,spcasn Mnnhrlm ,nnc. A- tVIIlltniidown .. ,npenter Bed Alaiv-r .. dxrletts and Miv'cwn . laric.tta and IV?'. Jov , . Slut, find Vnw n-n'l1le , see. and New t4nllan-1 .tlitit nnd VAtfvtr u(n;nv. Ti)e-ll tiit-1ret. , . , , VVmom ulil 'ultiitt M'-Vot outhern Market ..100 ..loo . ..too ..ino ..ion ..lor . . IH) ' ..100 ..too , .1iV ..pi" BONPft ..W . .Vrl . .100 . .ltW . .1IKI . ,IO0 ..ion .'.1MB , 50 , ,Vl , .VI . 5u ; -vi 50 , 50 .',0 SO 50 50 .pie t ,,'ioii Itl 2'2 ' 2h;.m lao.w) I .'0 ton .'5 T.h 22H.20 ::io 11:7.50 ."2 i) 120 . ,1,W 5 in 2?5 I7S.2S ISO 10 . m -Oi 7Fi MS 415 112 JO 218.75 i Di, li 110 152.25 m v KO 1 .'!.. '2" n;i M7.no 125 T10 12) 1iT 115 120 , 125 ; and 10V ion.2; ilHi . M.M) 10.'i.25 10:!.:;, 104 101) 100 100 O!l.50 14.5.75 -4.V5 02.75 r.r. 75 ' 02.75 112 5-1 00.50 MO 50.2" ! 5S 75 4S.7.1 1 ..'i) NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR RENT B ' Rooms Now Occupied by the Young Men'6 Democratic ciety. Apply at s' LITIT2 SPRINGS SANITARIUM ' Turkish, Russian, Jbvs, F.lectrlo, Pw. oil JiMilper llathH. Sw I intuitu? pout t open. TuJeiihoue No. -Ol-L. ! UTITZ. PA PIANO BARGAIN AV11I sell my $.150 nprhrhl, ijood n new, for .1.'!5, as I om leaving city, niiatan-i and clear bill of sale with it. Address, p., ;ii7, l.aricasier. in7-SI . LANCASTER STORAGE CO. Mt North Queen Street, moras, tor household roods mat fn.i cbandi&e. fftoruge certflcatea Issu. 4onev losnM ltBunsbia ratsa. FOR HOME DRESSED TURKEYS Vitno to Hi rill filand ti" Snnfhern ronr. kej,. Price ,;s to 4oc. is r pound. Also uini'.'w drcHsed. Ktrlcllv fresh kkh foi able or hatching Rhode Island Red nil Plymouth Rock. Variety of armlos; ppin and nenr butter: Rouumito cider; lined snwt oorn; home urown lettiise. 'ala Lilies. Carnation and Sweet, l'e-in. MAC N. S'f'OL'J Zi-'LH. II. F. I).. No. 1, Ronk s. Pi. IV) So tr .... , 4se 1 i' - 1 1 75 . ss I , ,1'fl , . 50 . . ,V) . . e-1 . . "0 ., 50 10 V 1 i 11s 51 11 : "0 49.'; City of LctncasterPa $30,000 4 Per Cent. Bonds Heads of the City of Lancaster. Pa. npllonal after tell yem-s. Payablu in twenty y-ars. Sealed pioposals will he received by the undersigned, at the office of tho City controller, Lancaster, Pn uiilil twelve o'clock, noon, M'lNDAV, M.WICH 1H, 1012, for the purchase of $3n tHi)l four p-r cent, coupon bonds of iho ('ity of Lancaster, Pa., Issued for the purpose of ih'j installntlon of new boilers, the construction of an addition u the holler room and the Construction of new coal fclortiHe bins al the pumping t-.iu'Jon ot tho wnuv dep.11 imest. These bonds will be Issued as of Anrll 1st, 1012, In denominations of ISIOO, 5o,i or 1,000 each, to soli, purchaser, with privilege of 'reiristmllon. interest paj-nnie on tne prst days 01 Oeiober and .pril In each vear. erv of bonds wlli be in.'i-l" on April 1st, 1012. The city aKi-i.es to pny all taxes which muy at tiny time be assessed 011 these bonds and aecoinptinylnjf coiiiiunti In the Siaie of Punnsv -Ivnulii, Prinelpnl and huirisl payable at the officii of Hie city trraiiirer, Luciister, Ii. . , 'rliiK-rl check ror tw-ri ter cent, 01 iho am, Mint of bonds bid lor, payable to (he ot-dr of the Cltv ConlrolUr. of Lan caster, Pn must aecompnny each bid. The rlnht to reject any or all Md. Is reserved. FRANK B. .M'CI.AI.V, Attest: .Vluyor. .1. tf. n.i.Milon. CO" Cortrolhr. riNANCJAL fiTATKMKNT. TotS I debt ..-S l.MI.IWi.OO nlurj fund ... f,2o,o,v.00 iNst. debt $ P2.ooo.ro l,.eised vnluatinn ......... 2,V200,liOl.f,0 Actual valuation festlmatf di. lO.riou.iiuo.Mi 1 o'i'ilfitlon f census 1010), 47,227, i8-8t NNCW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. VISIT THE CE GORGE at P Take Lancaster and York Furnace Gars at JSillersville. it. E. uk mm mm Commencing Week of March 11th. "THE STAR BOUT" A MELO DRAMATIC SUCCESS PRESENTED BY TAYLOR GRANVILLE AND COMPANY OF 8 PEOPLE AND A CARLOAD OF SCENERY. '. IN 3 SCENES. Frank and Trueman Rice COMEDY ACROBATS. Ruby Raymond and Her Boys SINGING, TALKING AND DANCING ACT. West and Van Siclen CLEVER MUSICIANS ORIGINALLY FROM LANCASTER. Ray Cox Late of Lew Field's "NEVER HOMES," and the Wirtterfjarden Companlei New and Popular Songs. THE HEBREW FUNSTER. Harry Fields Late Star of Al. Woods'' Famous Shoemaker Co, Master Gabriel In His Comedy Skit entitled MR. KIRK. Maeter Gabriel is the foremost , diminutive Actor In the business. ADDED ATTRACTION ON TUESDAY NIGHT THE FAMOUS FOURTH REGIMENT BAND WILL GIVE A FULL CONCERT FREE. Photoplays, Pathe's "Weekly Current Events. PfiOC MATINEE, 2:15, , . EVENING, 8:13, ' JTlICvO. 15 cents and 25 cents. 10c, 25c, 35c, and 50c. 2d Balcony, 10c, Holiday Matinee and Evening.' ' BOXES, 5Cc. srnd 75c. til I L Blonday, Tuesday, THE kl RE; Wednesday Only. VAUDEVILLE'S BIGGEST NOVELTY , 8-T0fJHA'S IIIDIANS-3 "From' Var Dance to Grand Opera" the only Full-blooded Indian opera Sinners In the Workl. THREE OTHER GOOD COME07 ACTS AND THBEE REELS OF M.'lVMG PICTURES. 5, 10 and 15 Cents. LARGEST AND BEST SHOWING Pathe s Weekly EVERY Monday and Tuesday. Admission - - - - - 5c p AM TOO NOTIGEU THE DUIlDlflS? Realty company All flocking to tha NORTH END. That's where you should buy a home. Here's an exceptional offer. , Nos. 315-317 Eact Clay 8t., $3,350 Three-story, roomn and bath, blir front porch, hot miter heal, laundry, linh;iied in, beautirul Cb'stnul, AlahnKany, and China (ilossixl, open fo. 'inspuvtion. 48 North Queen Street. The Little Art Fhop. Hand Painted and E a titer Novelties. WOOLWORTH BUILDING. 16 E. GRANT STREET. jeffirV Bndgework and latest ffi- Dentistry, t'-J&L "Velvet" lined plates. "K.'-vfe? r... o j 17 Penn Square. Rock and Rye 75 Cents a quart bottle, a good reme dy for coughs and colds. ' . , . 1 ! . KovfN uuiiOK Sinfc ! FIRE INSURANCE ! - j (All Old Line Slock Companies) i D. H. WENGER, M CfNTKr KOllAPr otice To-day is the last day for 4 I Discount on Electric Light Bills. EfllsonElBctric IliRinmaliHa Co.i ) 423 WOOLWORTH BUILDING. !Ja,0,2m ! J Employers Lisbsiity INSURANCE Seur youtaelf and your smpleyei H, N. HOWELL A SON.

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