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PHIL'ADEJPHIA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER
"PORK BARREL" BILL
i BY THE PRESIDENT
His Influence Directed to
Elimination of Extravagant
Items Sponsors for the
Measure in Defiant Mood.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21. - President
Wilson lias another formidable flRht on
his Imnds this week. His Influence haa
been Injected Into the situation relating
to the rivers and harbors bill, now held
In the Senate by a filibuster, and a
let but energetic cnmpnlsn Is belnrr
conducted by Administration leaders In
Congress to ellmlnato all appropriations
cept those for continuing projects.
The significance of HiIb move will be
t(e when It Is Bhown that tho bill will
be cut down from Its present heavy ap
propriations to approximately 113,000,000,
,hould Congress accept it. The President
j making his fight quietly and tils
...etlv since ho does not wish to' ap
SEr n tho light of dictating to Con
lliu He Is nono tho less determined
fn hi. views, however, believing that tho
,n.'i -,nmv Is ImDorativo In view of
th treasury deficit, which vvlll require
he Imposition of a war tax In tho near
PRESIDENT IN OPEN OPPOSITION.
A sensation was created horo when It
was reported last Saturday that Mr. Wil
son was out In the open against tho
rivers and harbors "pork bill." A hard
fight In Congress Is certain.
It was said In admlnlBtrntlon circles
that the probable mode of procedure
would be tho Introduction of a Joint reso
lution In both House and Senate continu
es the appropriations on all rivers and
harbors projects now In course of corn
nletlon and tho elimination of all others.
This probably will bo done early this
Many Democrats aro openly predicting
that the Presldont will be defeated In
bis stand. . ,,
"There Is no plan for a further cut In
the river and harbor appropriation bill,"
laid Senator Simmons, of North Caro
lina, In charge of tho measure, soon after
he arrived at thp Capitol today.
"PORK" CONTINGENT DETERMINED.
"The bill will be taken up when the
Senate meets, and If tho filibuster con
ducted by some of the Republicans
iralnst the measure Is continued the Sen
ile will remain In continuous session,
Tnat Is the only way that a majority of
the Senate can meet a filibuster under tho
rules of the Senate."
Senator Simmons said that he had no
further conferences on the bill since Sat
urday night, and tint he had not talked
nith the President since Saturday. He
raid that the Commerce Committee had
cut the bill some days asa to $31,000,000,
md that unless the bill una amended on
the floor of the Sennto it would continue
to carry that amount.
The prospects of another all-night sen
lion If the Republicans continued their
filibuster caused considerable gloom
smong Senators. However, many of the
Democrats express their purpose to go
the limit to put the bill through.
WITH MEXICAN STUATI0N
Discredits Stories of Trouble, But
Will Sea Personal Investigator.
WASHINGTON, Sept. Jl. While the
Administration affects not to be dis
couraged at the reported turbulent con
ditions In northern Mexico, nevertheless
Paul Fuller, of New York, the Presi
dent's personal Investigator In Mexico,
will make a report to the President Wed
nesday on his recent Inquiries Into con
ditions south of the Rio Grande. The
report would have been made tomorrow
but for tho President's Journey to Prince
ton, N. .1., to vote. Mr, Fuller arrived
In the capital today.
The President expressed to inquirers
today his complete satisfaction with thti
manner In which the new Mexican Gov
ernment was conducting Itself. Hn said
he was Inclined to place little credence
In the reports of disturbances In northern
.Mexico cmnnntlng from El Paso.
Tho Rtato Department also refufed to
be perturbed by the fates of unrest In
Chihuahua and Sonorn. Officials dcclnred
that they had no reports from United
States representatives of any movements
Indicating a new revolution or railed
lug any chances of a brrak hetwccJ, Gen
eral Carranza and General Villa.
BABY SLEEPS WITH BEARS
"Dig Doggie Play," All Lost Child
Says of Experience.
FIFIELD, V's., Sept. 21. Kept nllvo
for two days by association wltli two
bear cubs and their mother, Uaby Ball,
tho 2-year-old son of a settler north of
here, was found late at night recently
asleep In the underbrush and, though
starving, was not suffering from ex
posure. Tho searchers saw tho sign of
bears near where the child was found,
and old woodsmen declared that tho
babe was kept allvo by sleeping with
the cubs and their mother.
All that tho child can say Is: "Dig
doggie play; baby hungry."
The child wandered away one night.
The next day tho entire county Joined
In a search for tho little one. Thn
day's work was resumed and th?
searchers found their first trace of the
youngster when a scrap of his torn Jean
lompcrs was found clinging to a rasp
berry bush miles from his homo.
The place was all trampled with bear
prints and the child'B father became
frantic, thinking the youngster had
teen kilted by an angry she-bear.
Instend, when at 9 o'clock at night
tho hunters stirred the bears In tho
Inush, they found the baby alone nnd
unharmed. Tho crashing of the under
brush indicated that the bear and cubs
left Just before the searchers arrived.
The Northern Wisconsin nights are cold
and the child would have frozen had
not he been mothered by the old bear,
GIRL'S PLEA OPENS PRISON
WOMAN GIVES $2143 ESTATE
TO CHURCHES AND CHARITY
Will of Hose Mulholland Admitted to
Catholic churches, charitable Institu
tions and St Joseph's Hospital will re
ceive the J21I3 estate of Rose Mulholland,
whose will was admitted to probate to
day. Her death occurred In St. Joseph's
She bequeaths J200 to the conference of
St. Vincent do Paul of St. Francis Xavlir'
Church and an equal sum to St. Joseph's
Hospital. Hequests of $100 each are to
be made to the Home of the Good Shep
herd. St Vincent's Home nnd Maternity
Hospital, St John's Orphan Asylum.
Little Hsters of the Poor, Eighteenth nnd
Jefferson streets; St. Joseph's College and
ne Socletj of St. Joseph for tho Educa
tion and Maintenance of Orphnn Chil
dren. The residue of the estate, nfter
leveral bequests for masses are deducted,
li devised to St. Joseph's Hospital.
Max Kenos, who died recently nt 1183
ward street, states In his will that his
mate of itf.) j "to be given to any
Jewish cemetery where I shall be burled,
to It or Its assigns forever."
Other wills probated are: Emily J.
rosey who died at Radnor. Pa., dlspos-
"g Of an estate Of 170.000 In tirlvnto ho.
quests; (George F. Friend, S22 Hellcrmftn
e... ' e00: Vlnccnzo Rado, 1538 South
Eartaln street, $3100.
WAR ON RATS PLANNED
&r of Bubonic Plague Outbreak
Here Cause of Crusade.
ImIVS t?.eneraI nlue- ot " I-'""
IKH h.Ub"!,.Henltn SerVlCe' W" nd-
UvV. S ,p7bIlc matins of represento
rs of civic nnd trnrto hnHln. . ,u
Secures Release of Her Piance, a
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 21.-Ellznbeth
Woods, a cousin of Spenkor Champ
Clark, succeeded yesterday In securing
the release from Santiago prison of
her fiance, General Jimenez Castro.
Castro was arrested 10 days ago, with
execution apparently ahead of him.
Miss Woods came up from Vera Cruz
and besought Secretary SUllman's aid
and insisted on an Interview with Cnr
ri'nza. She got Castro's case before tho
First Chief of Constitutionalists despite
repeated discouragements, and finally,
through the Intercession of Luis Cab
rera and J. H. Bolt, Secretary Sllliman
yesterday carried awny from the pal
ace to the prison the precious document
giving Castro his liberty.
Castro Is one of the bravest and best
known of tho Federal generals. His
arrest by the Constitutionalists hod
been a great surprise, owing to Castro's
piomlnonce In opposing ex-President
TROOP'S REMOVAL CONTESTED
Proposed Evacuation Along Mexican
Border Calls Forth Protests.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21.-Protests be
lieved to be Inspired by Governor Col
quitt, of Texas, against proposed removal
Of troops from tho Mexican bolder coin
cident with American evacuation of Vera
Cruz are due there tomoirow or Tuesday,
War Garrison today by Representative
Gamer, of Texas. Pelay In removing tho
border garrisons Is Indicated by army
Six transports for tho troops at Vera
Cruz aro due there tomorrow or Tuesday,
but complete evacuation will not be ef
fected before early next month, officials
next Monday morning for tho
Burnn l. , ' iiiurning ,or me
ork ' ,obtanlnS co-operation In the
phla. extenlnatlng rats In Phlladel-
me"X"!f' of th? Hea" Dewrt.
ltarueWnPharsJ a "tbreak of bubonic
,?' .'1 Philadelphia unless the germ-
I VWarln ;.;.""" oe,Pn'.a unless the germ
If" a put "S. E?""?!!" '-
asffE . wras. d
other big cornornH ir'lns,t company and
to send ?? atlonf have been requested
The crUr"e"tatlves the meeting
cted bJ tho a tha,A habeen Con'
everal Mk, ,f? alti Department for
't from th, Jth 1Iy lndlffe-ent SP"
t lh dSeCnr Beneral publlc according
AVIATOR CHASES WILD DUCKS
E. K. Jaquith Rises 5000 Peet at
ATLANTIC CITY, Sept. 2I.-Flylng over
tho ocean In sight of thousands of visitors
yesterday, E, K. Jaquith in his new
hydro-aeroplane gave chase to a flock
of wild ducks.
For three miles he maneuvred his plane
trying to kill ono, but failed. Several
times one or two stray ones shot through
the wings of his piano but escaped unin
jured. In one of these flights Jaquith
came within 30 feet of breaking the
altitude record, going 8600 feet The record
Is 5900 feet.
MRS. SAGE'S HOME AFIRE
Rubbish in Ash Can Starts Blaze in
NEW YORK. Sept. 21.-Durlng the ab.
sence from the home of Mrs. Russell
Sage, at 601 Fifth avenue, yesterday aft
ernoon, some rubbish in a small room
Policeman Downey saw smoke Issuing
from the cracks of the windows and
doors on the ground floor and sent In
47 ACT AS CHAINMEN
Th lSeWer InsPector and
indent physician Also Sought.
' chalnman in L"T'lco """"nation
(iV- The nn.l Purvey Bureau to.
year P06t P"" "cm to K00
! . OnV.3 It' "fetors a, ,5 a
i'lclan in th. v. . U,1S or resident
"umber of " ,'.ty s Institutions tho
close, ... "naiuates in the
"" cm h rna rini . . .
at .. VI" Pnysiclan,
r. sir J" ,an' at J1200
""dent nhv.",. ar'. two applicants
i aiST;;?.. "..!? ."
vn ;" "" rm wo to
ATTEnti a t
"ws J? ALLS AT HATTTR
7 17,700 Persons Swam in P,,wio
Pools Last Wi,
ho" have sha?n. thTopenln' ot the
I!cri at the ffi r.? rld,lcet, attendance
by the iWHClt,y.,bathhouses 8UP"
Th. ...'ne. "ard of Reeientin,,
M oalyi" 7wCenrrC.rd for ,he "" week
h, record n,a,"t attendance aa
wa,r,. . nL4m i the pools lut ...u
' naance was 1157,
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
JOi,0nne?.OU48TrtorU'ar7na.5:U,1IOW "' and Mab"
"f7c?er( JltJroaT.r8da,e' "ncl Anna
"tfoViouUV,''' anrt Ma A-
Joepli Cohjn, Mrs South Bth t.. and Katie.
Joie, ion South Klkln t '
Ignatius i U l)ufry W0 Sller St.. and Ellen
A Leary. 1037 American st.
David Halmforth. S12n Wyalualna; ve . nd
Mary A Luplon. 2720 Falrhlll it '
Uojd A Strou.e. 3111 Kaet Dupont it., and
Agne Siewart. 4SU Haker t
John LauKhlln, '.'010 North llreie it., and
Sarah A MrOullouKh. 3341 North flth it.
B i'uul Whetstone. Mflif Walnut st . and
Maude B. Orr, nam Walnut t. '
Krairk Kramer. 1404 la-nnox ae. and Martha
NoU. 174.1 North Kront St.
William N' Brady. 524 Hart lane, and Kath-
rlne Iletner. Stl Kast Orleans at?
John T King. 2224 Cumberland st . and Anna
M Maloney, K1S4 Bait Albion it
John Kline. Jr . 3443 Sunnyslde ave., and Ada
SuiMm. 21X1 .evrrlnxton ave.
John F Mullen. 2'MK Oxford at., and Kathrvn
Murrh). 10d FUlrmount ave. nryn
I'atrli'k J Sharkey. 70S N. 38th at., and Hibl
Cunnlns-ham. H117 I'oplar t.
Samuel t Huntslnger. Capa May Court
House N. J., and Margaret Ilraun, CU40
John A. Harris. 472 Gerhard St.. and Ellen
Peterson, 2410 N ICth st.
Charlea B. Fischer. fcOl S. 6th St., and Kath-
rn M. Jensen, S2I B. 01st at.
Edward Kablnu. t!0 K. Coulter St., and Kllen
Itonley, fcOU Church lano. ""
John 1-uvensteln. 225 N. Camao at , and Adl
Oottslialk, 2245 N Camao at.
John F. lipoid. Jr . lt22 Orthodox at., and
Clementina ii. uunn. iimd aiuiDrry st.
Ira S. Warren, Princeton, N. J , and Laura A
Ulrchall. 15 S. fiOth at
Walter B. Hlchards. 4W5 Westminster ae.,
ant Kathrtn U Ponell, 722 N. ttld at.
Robert A Craig. 1410 a 22d at . and Laura
Slrwult 244S Nicholas st
William C Wl. 1IIO N doth st . and Flor
ence M Halfpenny. 17)9 8. 10th at.
William II l Itunnlmttr. 2755 N 20th st
and Janet C Craig, IJ&t Westminster ave
ODD FELLOWS' CHIEF
Grand Sire in Opening
Sovereign Grand Lodge
Says Order Seeks No Con
trol Over Political or
Religious Beliefs. '
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J Sept. 21,-Judga
C. A. Kcllar, of Snn Antoonlo, Tex..
Grand Sire of the Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, threw down tho gauntlet
to Intolerant followers who would draw
sectarian lines, In his anntinl address nt
tho opening session of the Sovereign
drand Lodge this morning.
Responding to nn nddrcsb of welcomo
by Attorney GcnemI John W. Wcscott,
ot Now Jersey, Ornnd Slro Kt-llnr said:
"Odd Fellowship draws no distinctions
hotweon Moslem nnd Christian, between
Jew and Gentile. It s non-sectarian nnd
non-polltlcnl nnd will rcmnln so as long
as the order lasts. That Is n fundamental
law. Wo make no nttempt to control
a member's religious belief or action but
we do say he shall not attack Catholicism
or nny other religion In the lodge room or
In the columnh of a publication bcnrlng
the nntne of the order,"
The Judiciary Commission, It was said
today, would report adversely on the
action of Qrnnd Sire Kcllar In over
turning Jurisdictional lines In Oklnhoma.
n move resulting In tho dissolution of
J. M. dowdy, Colorado, has taken tho
lend 111 the race for deputy grand sire.
Women, who attended the opening ses
sion In large numbers, were not per
mitted to enter when the Sovcrlgn drand
IiOdge went into business session.
"We are hnppy to have had you with
us, but are foiced to leave you now,"
the chnlrmnn said.
Many of the Indignant sisters remalnefl,
peering through the windows.
ACCUSED OF TAKING $90,000
President of Oil Refining Company
Declares Charge Is "Frnmeup."
PITTSBURGH. Sept. 21. D. Heeler,
president of the High Grade Oil Itennlng
Compnny, of New York, with ofllceH In
this city, Is under arrest here today on
an indictment handed down In St. Mnry's.
W. Vn., by the Grand Jury of Pleasant
County, Va. He Is charged with em
bezzling stock certificates, bonds, money,
gold bullion nnd chattels valued at
Details of the alleged crime have not
been divulged, but the prosecuting attor
ney of Pleasant County says two Indict
ments were filed agninst Heeler several
weeks ago, charging false pretense and
forgery. Heeler states he Is being
"framed up" by several men because he
discharged them from the Petroleum
Products Company, of St. Mary's, of
which he was president.
MORE FUNDS FOR THAW
9142,124.28 Paid Hlra by Orphans
PITTSBIIUGH, Pa., Sept. 21. Harry
Kendall Thaw will not lack funds to
continue his fight for freedom and to
prevent his being taken back to New
York State, as an order for payment to
him of $142,124. 2S was made In Orphans'
Court this morning. This amount. It was
stated, was due him from the trustees
of tho "Coke Trust," a trust created
by the will of his father, William Thaw,
placing all of his coal lands In the hands
of three trustees,
The money turned over Is the accumu
lated Income with Interest due him from
Last Juno M60.7SO was turned over to
Thaw by the decision of the same court,
being the accumulated Income on tho
personal estate held In trust for him by
the Fidelity Title and Trust Company
under the will of his father.
DEATHS OF A DAY
STAGE HAND DIES FROM FALL
Tumbles From High Platform at
Chestnut'Street Opera House.
As the result of a fall while arranging
scenery William Ballboch, 1117 Kast
Moyamenslng avenue, died yesterday on
the wn to the Jefferson Hospital.
Unllbeoh was employed as a stage hand
at the Chestnut Street Opera House,
Tenth and Chestnut streets. He was ar
ranging tho flics preparatory to tho open
ing of "Pilate's Daughter" at that thca
tro next week nnd was standing on a
high platform. He lost his balance and
fell forward head first to the stage be
low. Other employes picked him up nnd
he was rushed to the hospital. He died
on the war.
IDA MAY WOODWABD
Ida May Woodwnrd, 45 years old, died
teaterday at her home, 4239 Mantua
avenue. She wns tho wife of George F
Woodward, a machinist engaged with
'the Baldwin Locomotive Works. Her
husband and four sons survive.
B.EV. J. K. LLOYD
WILLIAM9POHT, Pa., Sept. 21 -The
Rev. J. K. Lloyd, a prominent Methodist
minister, died suddenly yesterday of heart
THOMAB ELWOOD BUNTING
BOTtDBNTOWN, N. J.. Sept. 2t.-Thomas
El wood Bunting, who has resided on a
fnrm near Crosswlcks all his life, died
today In his eighty-third year Ihwu.
member of the Orthodox Friends. He
leaves a widow and two sons.
Jrr.it in hl 7NHt year. ! uneral services
a h Is' " residence aW0 North Park av.
niie, on We.lneF.lay mornlns September 2.1,
Jit lo::m o'clock. Interment tirlinte.
ANIHtKWa. On September to, 1014, .WIL
LIAM H. ANimnWH. Kelatlvei and friends
Fire inWIed to attcnr ,ne 'n?ral, on
Wednesday, nt 2.40 p. m.. at his late resi
dence. Tuikcrton, S. J. Interment at Tuck
ertown. AYI.Mr.ltr On September 12, 1014, MART
ATLMCIt. Hue notice of the funeral will t
e(cii. from her lute residence, 4045 Wrro
St.. West PhlUdelohla.
BAI.mXK Suddenly, on September 20,1014.
WILLIAM, son of Mnry and the late Clcorjro
Hnlbock. Tuneral Wednesday, at 'i P "!
from tho leeldpnce or his cousin, David
ThlstK S41!) Federal street. Interment at
ItritNN. On September 17, 1014, ANNA A.,
widow ot Thomas F. Burns. Hetamcs and
friends ore Imltrd to attend the funeral, on
Tuesday, nt 2 i. m.. from her late residence,
2IEI7 Hraddock st. Interment private, at .ast
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
CONOVnil. On September 20. 1014, CLAFt-U.VCI-
I'ATTllN, son ot Clarencr- W. and
Marthn r. Cnnover, aKed 0 Jenra 7 months,
funeral Wednesday, at " p. m., from tho
residence of hli grandparent, William C,
Pitton, llerlln, N J.
CONHOW. On September 14, 1014, DAVID
K. CONHOW, aped 04 vcars. Lnto resldonce,
221 League st. Due notice of tuneral will te
I)K WAKI.E. On September 20. IDU.MARtn
K. rK WABLI5. wife of George L. Do
Wnele. Interment private
DKAX On September 14. 1014, OATH-
AltlNE A, DBAN, widow of Charles W.
Denn, residence, 8(10 Union t. Tuneral serv
Icci and Interment strictly private.
liKNNKK. On September 20, 1014, FRED
Klllriv DrjNXnR. In IiIh noth oar. Funeral
on Thtirsdax ifternoon. September 24, ot 1
n'clork, from Odd rvilowR' Home, southeast
corner Seventh and Tioga streets. Interment
DOHIHNH. At Long Droneh. N. .1, Septem
ber Hi. WILLIAM K. DOniHNS. Relatives
nnd friends arc lmtted to nttend the funeral
servlcei. at his Into resilience, on Ashbourne
road. Elklns Park, Tuesday, at 2 p. m. In
terment In the family mausoleum. Central
DOUOIIERTY. On September 18, 1014, EL
LIE: T., widow of John J. Dougherty (nee
Donohue). Due notice ot the funeral will b
riven, from her late residence, 1214 Cath
DUFF. At her resldenre, 4312 Chestnut st.,
on September 10. 1014. LAURA ANTON
nTTE WELLS, wife of J. Campbell Duff.
Funeiai and Interment at the unvenlmco ef
O It AH A.M. On September 20, 1014. FttAKK
M,, son ot the late Robinson T. and Mary
W. Graham. Due notlco of the funeral will
bo Riven, from Ills late residence, B72T Cath
IIAI.TIKHAN On Sentember IS. 1014. ELIZ
ABETH, widow of Thomas Haldernan, need
00 years. Funeral services at 2041 North
21th st, on Tuesday, at S p, m. Interment
HALL On September 10. 1014.VAN CLEVIS,
son of Annie J. nnd the late Walter V. Hall.
Relatives and friends of the family are In
vited to attend tho funeral services, on Tues
day mornlnc precisely at 11 o'clock, at his
late residence, 800 North 21st st. Interment
private. Remains may bo viewed on Monday
ovenlnff. between the hours of 7 and O o'clock.
HALI.OWELL. On Sentember 12. 1014.WIL
LIAM, husband of the late Catharine N.
Hallowell, aired 71 years. Due notlcn of the
funeral will be Riven, trom the residence of
his daujrhter. 184S Van Pelt st
HENDERSON. At his late residence, 01.10
MrCallum St., Germantown, JAMES 1. HEN-
DKlUiON, aged r8 years. Funeral services
and Interment private.
IIEHTEn. On September 13, 1814. MAODA
LE.N'A. wife of Louis Herter (formerly Eck
ard), ased 48 years. Due notice of the fu
neral will be given, from her late residence,
1027 Shunk st.
HOUSEMAN. On September 20. 1014, SE
LIEXA, wife of Harry B. Houseman. Funertl
Wednesday, at 8 a m., from the resllenee
of D. I". Cox, 424 1 Tackawanna street.
Ftankford. Mass at St Joachim's Church
at It o'clock. Interment private,
JOHNSON, On September 17, 1014, HARRY
YOST, husband of Elizabeth Johnson (ne
Wartman). Relatives and friends are Invllel
to attend the funeral, on Tuesday, at 2 p.
m., frem his late residence. 1,13 Louden it.,
Olnov. Interment at Mt Vernon Ometerv
.TONES. On September 17, 1014. LUCY.
widow of Caleb w. Jones, njrea 74 vears.
Due notice of the funeral will be given.
from her late residence, 2nio Poutli 8th si.
KEI.LEY On September 18. 1014 ROJinrtT
J. KELLEY, beloved husband of Llzrle E.
Kelley (nee Smith), funeral nn Tuesday, nt
2 p. m.. from 2140 North 18th st. Interment
at Mount Peace Cemetery.
KINO. On September 18, 1814. WILLIAM
F.. husband of Lottfo Klnr Inna Jennerl
Due notlco of funeral will bo Riven from his
lato residence. BS24 Market st.
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KtTCNTNEH. LAZKR KLENTNKR,8 rears.
aiutf Kietctier st. ,
LEATIIEIOIAN Al hi residence. 437
ltnawn t.. Kox Chase, on September 10,
1014, JOSEPH, husband of Apiandft leather
man. Due notice of the funeral will be
LfllOKLL. HARRY LtDDBLL. 8 yeri.
Sa9 E. Sergeant tt. .. ..
Mi'lV-LOUISA LIPP, 87 years, SOU North
Matcher st.. ..
TAIIIATTV.-MARY LUUATTY. 22 months,
1II2S N. Hilton at. , ......
MARION On September t, 1014, ANNA C,
MARION, widow of John Marlon and daugh
ter of the lite Michael and Margaret Roddy.
Due notice ef funeral from her late residence,
1734 clu-tstlan st.
McOHATII. ELEANOR McORATII, 8 years,
2.SW N. Reese st,
MrKEON. On September 20, 1014. TEnESA
MARUAHET, daughter of James and Eliza
beth MeKeon, In her 18th year. Funeral
Wednesday, it R'.'tn n m., from the residence
of her Parents, C02 Hillside avenue. Jenkin
MrMASTEIl. On September 10, OEOROH
I11NNS. youngest son of J. William and
Ethel 11. McMaeler, In his .Id year. Funeral
service on .Tuesday, nt 2 p. m.. at the resi
dence of his parents, 7M South 23d st 111'
terment Mount Morlah Cemetery.
MARTIN. On September 20, 1014, .lOHN,
husband of the late Elizabeth Martin, In his
0"tli year Funeral seivtces Wednesday at
1) a. m , at the parlors of Mrs. Otto llur
hc.'k, 1041 North Fourth street Interment
private. Mount Morlah Cemetery.
MILLER. SARAH MILLER, 89 years, 1103
MINERVA. On September 20, 1014. HAN
NAH, wife of Charles Minerva Funerol
services on Wednesday afternoon, nt 2
o'clock, at tho residence of her son, Elmer
Mrday, 12.12 South 40tli streot. Interment
MOhflETll. IDA MONT1BTH, 80 years,
r,2H n. nth st.
MOnESOIII. VICTORIA MORESCIII. 0.
years, W2 E. ltlttenhoute st.
Ml'I.IIOLLAND. CATHARINE MULHOL
LAND. 45 yrnrs. 2(120 N Howard st.
MURrilY. MICIIAEL MURPHY, 79 years,
27G0 Helen st
MtlHTAUOIL On September 10.1014, MARK,
husband nf Helen M. Murtaugii. rureral '
onri iup'tinj', nt o ai a in., from -mij vvat
kins et. High M at St. Edmond'a
Church, at 10 a. in. Interment at Holy crosa
rERLINO, CASANDRA 7EBLINQ. 8J
J ears, 1314 H, Ed et.
rETTERSON. On Sentember 19. 1014,
CHARLES PIETTERBON. Funeral servlcss,
on Tuesday, at 2 p m,, at his late residence,
rear of 2i Monroe St. Interment Private.
PETEHHON. On September 20. 1814, MARY
A., wife of the late Joseph Peterson and
daughter of Mary and the late Patrick
Qulnn. Funeral Thursday morning, Septem
ber 24, at s Oil o'clock from her mother';
residence, 1037 South Thirteenth street.
Polcmn iM-ies of Requiem at tho Church of
the Epiphany at 10 o'clock precisely In
terment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
WAFF. On September IB, .1014, of diph
theria, .'OIIN U. s.m of Philip and Anna
Pfaff. of 30.'8 Ella st., aged 6 years. No
I'HII.I.ir.S. LILLIAN PHILLIPS. 48 years.
2112 North Natrona st.
POTTS. EDWARD POTTS, 18 years. 2012
Turner st. . ....
roWHERMAKEH. At Atlantic City. N. J..
September 17, 1014, ADI1AHAM, husband of
Claire Pondermoker nged .12 years. Inter
ment private. Norfolk. Ilaltlmore and Wash
ington papers pleaeo copy.
It IXC A It I DOMENICO RECCAltlA. 1
year. 3020 North Woodstock st.
REIN. SARAH REIN, 70 years. 010 South
RICKAlil). On Ssptemher 20, 1014. A NOB
I.LN !J ItlCRAHD nee Wlllauerl, wife of V .
S Itlrkard. Resldrnce. 2I0S Patton street
Due notice of funeral will bo given.
ItOOEHS. On Monday. September 14, 1914.
HAi'HEL WIHTEH, daughter . of . the .late
William Wynne and Hnnnah Lewis Wlster
and widow of William 1? Hogers. Interment
SANHKYr Suddenly, September 18, 1014.
TRANK A . husband of Mary J. Eankey and
son of Harry W. and late Elln tl Simln
aged 33 jenr. Relatlvrs and friends. 1J
po'l(j or 20!h Dlftrlet. lnvlid n attend fu
rrrr Tttexdav, 3 10 n m. from his let
Mldenro, M0 N Vodgee nt. West Fhlls.
Rnleniti Mast of rtenulem. Oliurrh of Our
Lady of Victory, 10 a m. Interment Holy
SCHALLIOM,. On September 10. 1014,. RA
CHEL ,'ANn, wife nf Ferdinand Pcliatlloll.
ted M year, Funeral rrle eg WUtej
day. at 3 p. m., at her law rWri4, tl
South Thlrft etrset. Oolwyn. aeUsr Coootr.
Pa. Interment prlvite, Fetrlwoot Oemetery
BILLIMAJL On September IP, 1P14, at his
late reJTdenee, 0M i Wl,VC,i Hi i '.'iT"
town. ALFRED DAT CTLLIMAtl. aryl 41)
years. Funeral services at bis lata rleno,
en Tuesday afternoon, at 8 'cloo. mter
PTEI'HENR On Saptamlsjr W, 191. ANNA
?., wife nf the lto "John Stephens, afed
72 years Funeral on Wednedr, Ssptemfcer
23, at 1 o'clock, from th residence of htr
on, John Stephens J13 Davis aTenue, AiKU
bon, N. J. .Intormsnt at Dvergreen Cenxtorj,
sroCKTt')N.--At Olxvllle Notch, New Hainp.
shire, nn Saturdav, September 10, ANNA ,
STOCKTON. Notlco of tho funeral will be
BCI.LiVAN. At his, resMenee., 82(1 Cherty
it., Camden, N. J., ftept. 18, 1014, JOHN U,
nueband. vt Mary Bulllvjn. aged 27 yearo.
Due notice of the 'uneral vrlll be glren.
BYMINtlTflN. on September 20,1014. MARY
SYMINHTON, wife of James Symington and
dsuKhter nf tlie late John .1. nnd Mary Ray
runernl Wednesday mornlna st S 80 o'cleck
fnim the residence nf hex grandmother, Mtx.
James Ray, 2418 Pino street. Interment at
TANIiI.EIl. On September 10, 1014. at thi
Hmntwooil. ABRAHAM, husband of llllle,
aged 01 Itelatlves and friends are Invllod
to attend the funeral on Tuesday at 10 a. m ,
nt 'lie parlors of Emanuel Asher A Sen,
1002 Ilamond st. Interment at Mt. Blnal
THOMPSON. Of diphtheria, on September
18 1P14, MARCIA ALICE, only child of
Earl J. ond Jtalvlna Thompson, aged 3 ti
and 7 .nonths Interment private, at 'West
minster No funeral.
WOOnWAHIX On September 20, .1914, IDA
VAT. wife of Ooorgo F Wopdward nni
rtsughter or Samuel end Jennlo IlaffelfinRer.
a:ed 4.1 yetra. Fttrenl servloes Thursday
,(2 D, m at her lata residence, 23" Mintua
avenue. Interment r.t Fernweyvd rr4eter;'
nCRTIL On Septrabrr 18. 1014, CHARLltrJ
F, husband -( raTrohtth Wiirth, eged Hi
veara, formerty nf 1215 Marston st. FunerM,
Mivtrca on T-iesdv-, ?eptembr 2'J, lull, '
S p. m nt 2723 W Stiles st. Inte-oier.t at
HIIMIde Cerr.etiry, r.'a fureral trolley.
Store Opens 8.30 A. M.
Store Closes S.S0 P. M.
Grand Organ Recitals Tomorrow 9, 2 and 5.15
aonooinices that it will have in Egyptian Hall at E and
2.30 tomorrow a posing1 of Q9 brilliant new gowns
and wraps just received from Paris, all very
fine things, from Bechoff David & Co.
Cfje lanamafeer itore
calls special attention to the large niuimlber of new French
hats in the Millinery exposition opened today.
These hats set the fashions of the
Fall and Winter.
(Second Floor, Chestnut)
tKfje anamafeer gtovt
s arranged for a special bargain sale
some JDai mens tweed overcoats in
style, at $9.75 and $32
(Loicer-Pricc Store, Subway Floor, Market)
Wt anamafeer Htore
attention of the Daughters off the Revolution and
patriotic societies to a very unusual collection
historic furniture copies on the Fifth Floor.
(Fifth Floor, Central)
fje anamafeer Btovt
has made a special purchase of 1000 box couches ac!
cedar chairs to sell at a price below the "
usual wholesale cost.
$9.75 for box couches, cloth covered; or $15 covered m
any $2.50 tapestry you mniay choose,
$J2.75 for cedar-lined box couches, extra large, or $S.75
covered in any $2.50 tapestry you may choose, "
Fireside chairs ip the same purchase are marked $ 75
$32.75, $35 and $38. "'