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EVENING LEP&EB PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, ,1914.
FOR NOMINATIONS TO
, DELAWARE'S TICKET
State-'wlde Prohibition and
Modified Single Tax Sys
tem Advocated as Planks
DOVER, "el., Sept. 22.-Elglity-flvo dele
gates Answered to tlie rollcall In th State
ProKreMlvo Convention, which met hero
tod''. The delegates will nominate candl
dates for Congress, State Treasurer and
State Auditor. Dr. George Edward Ilecd,
at Wilmington, former president of Dick
inson College, has the support of New
Castle County delegates for the Congies
t'romc'slvcs said there would be no
contest, and eaoh nomination would be
madp br acclamation.
A Stale-wide prohibition nnd a modified
.einele tax system are advocated as
iinks In the platform. The latter plank
Ihe du Pont family of powder makers,
if Wilmington. Th- Progressives also
favor a surrrogf plank, which has been
drafted ami ,liay bp 'ncorpatcd Into the
nlatforni Suffragists failed to ponmnde
Republican? nnd Democrats to suppoit
dual franchise In tlio party platforms.
This It nlso the first time that any
early has romo out openly for State
wide prohibition, and shows that tho
Progresclves re seeking tho temperance
votes, with both the Democrats and IXc
publlcans nominating "wet" Legislative
(Jeorge B. Hynson, of Mllford, Pro
gressiva candidate for Governor two
tcirs ago, wan elected chairman of tho
convention and told the delegates that
"any man nominated today will get a
rood licking In November."
A significant feature of the convention
wan the number of former lieutenants of
J. Edward Addlcks, who now are within
the Progressive fold.
Former Senator J. Frank Alice, who led
the Kent County Progressive fight two
years ago, was nl Dover, but did not
attend tho convention or caucuses.
WARM FIGHT FOR SHERIFF
yotir-Cornercd Contest Among Cam
den Republicans Todny.
A four-cornoied fight for the Republi
can nomination for Sheriff Is arousing
the principal Interest In the primary
election In Camden today. Joshua C.
Haines, a former Councilman, who lias
the backing of the Republican organiza
tion and H. S. Stovel, formerly prose
cutor, are making tho strongest fight.
Other candidates are Henry H. Marter
and Wllllatd T. Glbbs.
John T. Kates and Garfield Pancoast
aro Assemblymen seeking lenotnlnatlon,
they will probably secure two of the
places on the ticket and will have as
their running mate either John II. Fort
or Charles A. Wolverton. Dean Prcssey
1 also seeking an Assemblyman nomina
tion. Theie nie 16 candidates for tho Ave
Excise Commissioners, among whom are
the present members of the board. E.
J. Alf and Howard t,co will probably bo
elected with tho other three uncertain.
On the Democratic ticket there Is little
contest for any of tho places except for
those on the County Exolso Committee.
Wth the support of the Andiew Jack
ton Club there lo a strong movement to
oust Joseph E. Nowrcy from control, by
a refusal to support his candidates.
On the Bull Moose ticket there Is no
opposition of any sort, as is tho case with
the Socialists. Tho latter are nominat
ing for all offices except Congressman.
Tho voto this morning was light, but
Inasmuch as the polls aro open until 0
p'clqck, It la expected to jump at tho
close of the working hours.
GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER
Men Get One Year Sentence In Prison
A plea of Involuntary manslaughter in
causing the death of Domlnlck Muzoski
on Maty 2nd, was entered Upday by
Jozapas Uzdarinis and Jnduszas Pacelis,
Lithuanians, in the Court of Oyer and
Terminer. Judge Senrle sentenced each
defendant to one year In tho County
The three men lived together at 2820
TVInton stroet, and on the day in ques
tion a quarrel nrosw, In which Muaoiikl
was the Hggresnor. He was knocked to
the floor by tho defendants, but ap
parently not hurt IIo later went to bed
and as found dend In tho morning, the
causo being hemorrahage.
NOTED THIEF SENTENCED
Boston Man Is Sent to Jail After
After pleading guilty to a hill of in
dictment charging him with attempting
1o steal from the room of Peter Markey,
a Scranton policeman. In the Keystone
Hotel, lawrence Sullivan, of Boston,
Mass., today was sentenced to not less
than one year nor more than eighteen
months In the Eastern Penitentiary by
Judge Searle In Quarter Sessions Court.
Sullivan, after alsa admitting thefts
from guests at tho Darlington Apart
ments and the Hanover Hotel, said that
these were his first offenses. He later
old Assistant District Attorney Rogers
that he had been In tills city only six
eeks. and In that time ha had been
arrested twice, the first time for steal
ms handbags from railroad stations.
LOCAL MASONS AT DEDICATION
Take Part in Cornerstpne Laying nt
JZiT hun,l Philadelphia members
or the Masonic Order left Broad Street
ttation on a special train at S o'clock
i.;? morn,ne to attend tho cornerstone
i7lr3 ot one of the group of bulldtnss
l the Masonic Home at Elizabethtown.
Orarid Mabter J. Henry Williams swung
ine big block Into place at noon, and
inerubv laveri the. rm.intir.,.., ert.. ti,
John Henry Damon Memorial Cottage,
nlch h lo b one of the handsomest of
CITY RHODES SCHOLAR
TO LEAVE FOR OXFORD
Morrison O. Boyd to Continue His
Studies Abroad for Three Years.
Morrison C. Boyd, Philadelphia's solo
Rhodes scholar, will Ball from New York
tomorrow to take up his studies at Ox
ford University. In New York Boyd will
Join a party of SO other Rhodes scholars.
Boyd will not return to his native city
for threo years, na during his vacations
he Intends to travel through Europe. He
will devote his time In Oxford lo a study
of the classics, specializing In I .a tin and
Greek. He will nlso study mUalc. Ills
ambition Is to bo an organist as well
ns a scholar. After graduation from Ox
ford he will teach fjalln nnd Greek.
Mr. Boyd Is n product of Philadelphia's
school system. He was educated In the
Philadelphia public schools and graduutco.
from the Central High School In 1009.
He won a city scholarship nnd entered
the University of Pennsylvania. He re;
celved his bachelor of aits degree from
the University In 1913. Ho not only grad
uated with honois, but was awarded a
Harrison scholarship In the Gradual
School. He received his master's degree
last June. Boyd won the Latin and Greek
prizes for the sophomore, Junior and se
As an undergiaduatc he took an active
Intel est In the literary and dramatic so
cieties. He was the head of the Phllo-
tnnthcan Society In his senior yenr. Ho
was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Honor
ary Ftaternlty. Boyd Is also well known
In Ihe local music circles nnd has given
a number of organ recitals.
He Is the third Pcnnsylvanlan to win
a Rhodes scholarship. The other two
men were Thomas E. Robblns and Rich
ard Pohollens, who won the prize In 1901
and 1937 respectively.
ISANAC H. CLOTHIER STRONGLY
His Name With Those of Other Inde
pendents Added to List.
The Biumbaugh's Citizen Committee Is
dally reporting strong additions to their
number. Notable among those who yes
terday joined tho committee was Issue
H. Clothier. He expressed himself as op
posed to the re-election of Senator Pen
rose, preferring Palmer In the senatorial
contest. Other new members of tho com
mittee are Bayard Henry, of German
town: Theodore O. Search, president of
the Pennsylvania Museum and School for
Industrial Art: Andrew P. Mnloney, presi
dent of the Hygela Tee and Cold Storage
Company; Dr. Eugene S. Hay, ot Wyom
ing, Pa.; Goorgo H. Ivyslc, Mayor of Mo
Kccsport, Pa.: Joseph B. McCall, presi
dent of the Philadelphia Electric Com
pany; Dr. Paul Volgt, of G29 West Olney
avenue, and J. A. Ros3, of 291" North
The committee yesterday Issued a state
ment which strongly set forth their con
fidence In Doctor Brumbaugh to give an
unspotted administration of the Highway
Bureau, to use nil his power for the
passage ot a local option bill and lav
for the betterment of workers, and to
bring about more equitable taxation.
RHEIMS ARCHBISHOP WEEPS
AS HE VIEWS SACRED RUINS
Avers God's Vengeance Will Be Ter
rible for Sacrilege.
PARIS, Sept. 22.
In compliance with a request from Pope
Benedict XV, Cardinal Lucon. the arch
bishop of Rholms, today sent to the Vat
ican a report on the bombardment of
Rholms by the Germans and tho damage
Inflicted upon the famous old Cathedral
of Notre Dame. Caidinal I-ucon had Just
returned from Rome, where he had been
nttnnrltnir the conclave which elected
Pope Benedict XV to the chair of St.
Standing In the smoke-filled Interior
of the cathedral, with tears streaming
down his cheeks, Cardinal Lucon said:
"The barbarians have shelled and
burned France's most glorious cathedral.
This Is a worthy pendant to the destruc
tion of Louvatn. Any ancient home of
Christianity seems to excite German
fun. God's vengeance on these sacrl
llglous barbarians will be terrible."
GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS
"Are you as perfect physically as you
seem to be?" ho asked.
"Certainly," she replied.
"Has there ever been any Insanity In
"Have you a depraved taste of any
"Are your teeth in good condition and
do vou seo and hear perfectly?"
"Are you ever bothered by insomnia or
headache or indigestion?"
"Not at all."
"Thank Heaven. Now let's make love a
little while." Chicago Record-Herald.
Jorlo said! "Mamma,, am I very lltt"
"No, dear; your temperature Is a little
over 100, but the doctor things you will
ben better In a day or so."
Smiles broke through Marjorie's tears.
"Now, mamma, I can have my quarter.
Papa said he would give It to me If I
ebuld get luu on anythlng."-Chrlstlan
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA
Sun and Tides
Sun rises.,.. 5:47 a.m. Sun seis. . .. 6.00 p.m.
High nater. ,1:12 a.m, I High water, 3::13 p.m.
Low water. .'10:24 a.m. tow water,, 10:37 p.m.
JJIaht water. 12:01 a.m. 1 High water. 12:2i p.m.
Low water.. (1:42 a,m. Low water.. 7:15p.m.
High water, ti:44 a.m. I Hlsh walef.lOitO p.m.
Low water. . .1:17 a,m. I Low water. . .1:51 p.m.
Vessels Arriving Today
Teesdalo (HrO, Port du Falx, logwood, dock
ed at Theater.
lowan. Hllo, Honolulu, via Panama Canal,
sugar, W. F. Ifagsr & Son.
Sir. tele of .lurnBr.), Dixon, Havana, Mun
son Steamship Line.
Str. Catherine (.'unco f.S'or.), Borenten. Port
'Antonla Ma Uaracoa., Cuneo Importing Com
pany. Str. Grecian, Pane. Boston. Merchants and
Mlnem' Transportation Company. .
str. Ericsson, Willis, Baltimore, KrlCMon
Steamships to Arrive
Name. From. Dale.
Mongolian ..Glasgow Sept. IS
Stnmpalla .......... ..Oeno.i Sept. 15
Dominion Liverpool Sept. 10
City of Durham ......Calcutta enf. 1
7.uMerd! Rotterdam .. .Sept. 1.1
Ainsteldjk Rotterdam ....Sept. IS
Maine ...London Sept. fi
Start Point London Sept. 12
Man. Mariner Manchester ....Sept. 10
Adolfo Hueha Kept. 11
Sturmfels Calcutta Sept.
Cunailla Stranger Kept. 1.',
Heathcote Ul'e R'y, N.H. Sept. 18
y.erenbergon Cardiff Kept. IS
Rapldan I.elth Sopt. 10
California ,. Copenhagen ....Oct...
Steamships to Leave
Name. For. Dale.
Carthaginian Glasgow Sept. 20
Dominion Liverpool Oct. 3
Stampatla Naples ........Oct. 0
Uranlentiorg Copenhagen ...Sept.
Man. Exchange Manchester Sept.
Maine London Sept. 20
Zulderdyk Rotterdam ....Sept. 20
Danla Copenhigen ...Sept. ai
Vest Point London Sf pt. S")
Canadla Cbrlstlanla ....Oct. 3
California Copenhagen . ...Oct.
Keeland . .
PORT OF ISEW YOKK
VESSELS ARRIVING TODAY.
Steamships to Arrive
American Rotterdam ..
Vlrglnle Bordeaux ...
. . ..Liverpool
Havre . . .
FREIGHTS AND CHARTERS.
A steady demand prealls In the atenmahlp
market with only a limited amount of busi
ness being transacted, due to moderate offer
ings of tonnase. Kates are nrm. Kates are
low and business dull In sailing trades.
Wlnlalon (Rr.l, Atlantic Range to United
Kingdom or French Atlantic ports, grain, prl
ote terms, September and October.
Oakland Orange (Br.), same.
l'olstnd (Nor.), Philadelphia to Scandanavlan
ports, refined petroleum, 10,000 barrela, prl
ate terine. prompt.
Samln (Dan.). New York to Malta, refined
petroleum, 1CO,1X)0 cases, IS cents, September
Pletro (Ital.), 2429 tons, Baltimore to Na
pies, Savona or Leghorn, coal, private terms,
Thyrla Menle (Br.1, 70-1 ton!", Norfolk to
Chandler, Quebec, coal, private terms, prompt.
Meridian (Br.). 2218 tons. Colon to iPhlfa
delphla. scrap Iron, prtvato terms, September
Vltalla (Nor.), 723 tons, same.
DJorn (Nor.). 705 tons, Jamaica to New
Tork or Stamford, logwood, private termB,
Flora A. Kimball. S21 tons, Philadelphia lo
Nassau, coal J2.R0.
Edward H. Blake, Port Reading to Camden,
Me., coal, 05 cents.
Edward R. Balrd, Jr., Barren Island to Phil
adelphia, tankage, (1, not, thence Lewes, Del.,
to Charleston, fish scrap, J2 net. and back to
New York, kljn-drled boards, private terms.
DEATHS OF A DAY
WILLIAM A. HOEVELER
An elderly gentleman livlntr In the north
of England was passionately fond of par
rots, says London Ideas.
HavlnB both time and money at his
disposal ho organized a parrot show, a
flve-pound note to be given to the owner
of the bird which on the most auspicious
day said the most appropriate thing.
The show day arrived. All sorts and
conditions of parrots were arriving. Just
at the last moment a beautiful gray bird
vns brought in. Gazing around In
amazement, it save a shrill whistle and
"Good heaens, what a thundering lot
Needless to say, its owner got the cov
eted five-pound note.
Appointed Councilman by Governor
Tener, Carnegie Institute Trustee.
PITTSBURGH. .Seat. 22. Councilman
William A. Hoovoler was driclcen by
paralysis aa ho finished addresslne; a
Council meeting tonight and died within
a few minutes. He was ono of the orig
inal appointees of Governor J. K. Tener
when the original Council of nine was
named after the passing of the new city
charter. Councilman Hoeveler was the
founder of the V. A. Hoeveler Storage
Company and was Interested extensively
In real estate here. He was a trustee of
tho Carnegie Institute and member of
the advisory board of the Duquesne Uni
versity of tho Holy Ghost.
WILLIAM A. HOEVELER
PITTSBURGH, Sept. 22. Councilman
William A. Hoeveler. of this city, was
stricken by paralysis as he finished ad
dressing a Council meeting In the City
Hall last night and died within a few
minutes. He was one of the original up
polntees of Governor Tener when the
original Council of nine was named after
the passing of a new city charter.
ULLIAN RUSSELL IN HOSPITAL
famous Actress Undergoes an Oper
ation for Appendicitis.
PlTTSBRl'Ol!. sept. K.-I.lltlan Rus
il tn famous actress and wife of
C:f"nd,r P. Moore, publisher or the
.1 .,r'?h ader, was operated on for
appendicitis In the West Penn Hospital
i a o clock this morning. The operation
w performed by Drs. I W. Swope and
- B. Schlldecker.
wiT"!! folIowlns the operation It
that M?tedT,by tne hospital authorities
lout.i Is Russe" w dolntr as well as
uia be expected.
'bl'.alhI!Ces yo,u 8tart '''"' "i eatln'
iSaJmL n1you 8lt8 down de table!"
'wVhaUeT, Gd C0k iay
I knows dat."
ALWAYS PAID FOR
Apropos of the recent strain on
Colonel Roosevelt's health. Dr. ,yman
Abbott said In New York.
"Popularity must always be paid for
paid with time, with health, with
Dr. Abbott added:
"There's a story about popularity
Lafayette's popularity which, like a
parable, Iwb a universal application,
"Lafayette, at a funeral after the
Revolution, was tremendously applauded
by the people, who finally took his
horses fiom his carriage and drew him
home to his hotel themselves.
" 'Vou must have been pleased,' a
friend said to I.afayetto afterwaid.
" 'Ves, I was.' ho answered; 'only
I never saw my horses again.' "St.
ONE ON THE STAR
Booth Tarklngton, the well-known
author, was talking recently about the
"There were two young women In an
early play of mine." he said, "both
ery beautiful. The leading woman was
very thin. One day, at rehearsal, she
quarreled with the other woman, and in
an effort to end the quartet she said;
" 'Itomeinber, please, that I am the
'Yes,' was the answer; 'I know you
are the star.' Then, eyeing the leading
woman's long, slim figure, she con
tinued: " 'Vou are certainly the star, but you'd
look better, my dear, If you were a little
meteor.' '" Llpplncott's.
Death brought on by an attack of
acute Indigestion came to Abraham
Tandler, a retired manufactuier, In his
home at the Brautwood, after four days'
illness. Mr.-Tundler had been inteiested
in the manufactute of knitted goods for
many years. He letired ten years ago.
For many years he had been a member
of the Congregation Keneseth Israel. His
FRANCIS A. HARRIS
Francis A. Harris, DO years old. died
today at the home of his son, Frank
A. B. Harris, 5555 Walton avenue. Mr,
Harris had been In feeble health for
nearly six months. His widow, one
son, Frank A. B. Harris, who is in the
eutomoblle business, and a daughter
financial journalists of the country, died
rather suddenly yesterday morning at his
home at Chatham, N. J., after a long ill
ness. A wife and daughter, Mildred, 12
yearn of age, survive.
At the time of his demise Mr. Teague
was cdllor ot Copper Curb and Mining
outlook, a position he had filled for sev
CAPTAIN RHEES JACKSON
LAREDO. Tex., Sept. 22.-CapUln Rhees
Jackson, of the Ninth V. S. Infantry, Is
dead at the Post Hospital from injuries
lecelved when he was thrown from nls
horse. He was a native of Otcgon and
was promoted to a captaincy March 11.
MARJORIE'S ONE HUNDRED
ilarjotie, aged 9. had not been having
very satisfactory reports from school.
Her father finally said: "Marjorle, for
the Hrst 100 you get I'll give you a
quarter." Time went on. and the reward
couid not be claimed. One day tho child
was taken violently ill. Her mother sent
for the doctor, WUeu h uad gone Mar-
BERNARD C. CARR
Death from apoplexy came yesteiday
to Bernard C Carr at his home. I'tSS
Federal street, In his 53i ytar. For more
than thirty years Cirr had been engagud
in the glass and bottle business. He was
a member of the Young Men's Republican
Club of the 3tjth Ward, and belonged ta
the Red Men and Foi esters. His widow,
two sons and two daughters survive.
BENAJAH R. WILLS
MOUNT HOt,t,Y. N. J . Sept. SiBena-
Jah P. Wills, piesident and secretary of
me uurnngton fouuty Fair Association,
and prominent Democratic State poli
tician, died at his home here catly today
after several weeks' Illness of tumor of
the brain. He was 63 yearn old. He was
one of the last of Burlington Countj's
former lay Judges.
MERRILL A. TEAGUE
Editor of Copper Curb and Mining
NEW YORK. Sept 21-Merrlll A.
Teague, one of the ablest and best-known
AltltOTT On September 20, 1DI4, ISAAC
Altnc.TT, husband nt the late Sarah A,
Arrntt, In his 78th jcar, Fiinein) services
at his lata residence, 3320 North Park ae
nue, on Wednesday morning September 21,
at i0:"lo o'clock. Interment private.
ANHHHWS. On September tB, 1DH. WIL
LIAM 8. ANDIIEWS. Jtelattves nnd ftlemls
ato InvlU'J to Rltcn' r funeral, on
Wednesday, nl S:bO p. m nt lili late resi
dence, Tuckerton. N. J. Interment at Tuck
ettown, AYt.MHK. On September 12, 1014,. MAHT
AYLMBIt. Due notice ot the funeral will b
clven, from h'.r late residence, 4015 war,n
st.. v.Vat rhlladelnhla.
lsAl.nKCH. Suddenly, on September 20.1014.
WILLIAM, wn of Mnry and th" lit" OsorKe
Dalbeck. Tuneral Wednesday at 2 p. m.,
from the lesldente of his tnmln. Dawd
Thlstli. 2410 Federal street. Interment, at
1IAI.KIE. On September 21, 1014, MAIttll.
wlfj or Frails llalkle, In her iSid eni. Funtr
al eervlres Thurdny. nt 2 p ni , from her
Istp residence, 1024 North Orlanna St.
DALLAM, At Cnmden, N, J., on September
21, 11111, .rA31K3HALLAM, son of the late
Meriyn nnd Satoh llallam. ItelatHes and
frltnds are Invited- 'o attend the runetal
pfUp on Wednesday, at 1 p ni.. .11 the
rcslrir i of his nephew, Thomas Leach. 24&0
Mrntt h's '.
IIAIINF.h. September 21. 1014. M HAItRV.
son if M llarrv nnd the lule Mnr L.
names niul cramlson of Anna nnd the lnte
Ueorfre II. Uarnes Funeral aervlc.es on
. Thurscias. nt 2:.10 p. in , at the apartments
of Oliver II. llalr, 1S2D Chestnut st.
OAltl.Kl. MAHOAltET CAHLKV. 2 sears,
US IB Iteese st.
CAItlt. On September 21, till I. tlllRN.Vnn
', CARD, husband of Annie Carr. Funeral
Thursday, nt R a. m.. from Ills late residents,
2J.".S frederal si Holemn Heitulem Mn-x .n .
Anthony's rhiirch, at n.::n n. ni. liitmnfii'
Holy ( ross Comet"! y.
COLLINS. On September 21, 1014. THOM A!',
IMi..b.inrt of tl'c la.e i-iua'i A, loblnf I)u
nonce of the funeral will be kIch, tram hi J
Inle lrilt'pnrc. 22." Federal st
COMIX ER. On September 20, 1011, C'LAR
UNCI: l'ATTON, roll of r.larenee V, and
Martha r. Connei. used 0 yearn 7 months.
Funeral Wednesdav, nl 2 r. nt.. from the
ifsldcncu of liN grandparent, William C,
ration. Belli!', N. J.
CONROW. On September 14. 1014. DAVID
K. CONROW, aped U4 years. Late residence,
224 Lcag-uo et. Due notlcs at funeral will t
CONWAY On September 21, 1011. MATIV,
widow of Mltlmcl 'Conway, of County Ty
rone, Ireland Kuiiernl from tho residence
of her son-in-law. Thomas Hrown, 1R03
Stiles St.. on Frlrtav, at 8:."0 n. m. Solemn
Heuulem Mass at the Church of the Uesu,
at 10 b. m.
COTTON. On September IP. 1014. FRED
ERICK .1. COTTON, In his 0th vear. Fu
neral services on Wednesday, nt 2 p. m. pre
cisely, at Schujler'a, Rroail and Diamond
ts Interment Urecmvnod Cemetery.
CL'RItAN. On September 10, 1014. JOHN,
husband of the lato r.llcn Cm-ran. Funcni . n
Wednesday, nl S :.'!0 a. in., from 24 1 Sumac
St.. Wls-ahlrknn. Solemn IUrIi Mass at .St,
Julm Ihe llnptlst'a Church, at 10 a. m. In
terment Wesinilnstar Cemetery.
COLLINS. On September 21.101 f. THOMAS,
husband of Satah A. Collins. Due nolUe oi
the funeral x. Ill bo given, from his late resi
dence. 2425 federal st '
1K WAKI.K. On September 20, 101I.MARIE
!:. f)L WAHLB. wife ot Uoorse L. Do
Wiele. Interment private.
DEAN On Senlcmber 14, 1014. CATH
ARINE A. DEAN, widow of Charles W.
Dean, residence. SCO Union et. I'uncial cerv
ices and Interment strictly private
IIUNNER. On Koolember 2, 1911, FRED
ERICK UENNim In his 00th year. Funeral
on Thursday sfternoon, September 24, at 1
o'clock, fiom Odd Fellows' Home, southeast
corner Seventh and Tioga streets. Interment
DEVLIN. On September 10. 1014. JOSEPH
DEVLIN, husbind of Ellen Devlin tnce
Ilyan). Funeral on Wednesday, nt R:.10 a. m ,
from 054 Sharkannion st. Solemn Itequlem
Mass at tho Church of the Immaculate Con
ception, at 10 n. m. Interment New Ca
DIXEY. On September 10. 1014, ALFRED,
son of William and Charluttn Hlxoy, In bis
18th car. Funeral services on Thursday, at
2 p. ni , at .'S.17H loyco st Interment pri
vate, K. of P. Greenwood Cemetery.
UOEIHTEL Suddenly, on September 10,
1914. ALrriED O.. husband of tda Doerttel.
aged SO years. Funeral on Wednesday, at 2
P. m., from 371S N. 17th st. Interment at
DOUGrtKRTY On September 13. 1914. EL
LIE T., widow of John J. Dougherty (nee
Donohue). Due notlco of tha funeral will b
clven, from her late residence, 1214 Cath
DUFF. At her residence, 4312 Chestnut at.,
on September 10, 1011. LAURA ANTON
ETTE WELLS, wife of .7. Campbell Du.
Funeial and Interment at the comenUnco vi
FT.ANEGAN. Suddenly, on September 18.
1014, CATHARINE, wife of James Flanegan.
aited 60 years. I"uneral services on Wednes
day, at 2 p. m.. at 624 W. Cumberland st.
Interment tlermau Lutheran Cemetery
GLENN On September 21. 1014. JOSDPH
C, husband of Mary E. Glenn. Funeral on
Thursday, at 2 p. m., strictly private, from
tha residence of his father-in-law, William
O'Brien, 821 West Wharton st. Interment at
Fernwood Cemetery. Remains may be view
ed Wednesday evenfnir.
GOLDEY. On September 21, 1014. CATH
ARINE PEARL, wife of Honry Goldoy.
Funoral Thursday, at 8 ;!0 a. rn., from her
late residence, 3410 lit. Vernon St., Wtat
Philadelphia. Requiem Mass at t. Agatha's
Church at 10 a. m.
GRAHAM. On September 20. 1014. FRANK
M., son of the late Robinson T. and Mary
W. Graham. Due notlco of the funeral tn til
be given, from hla lato residence, 6727 Cath
HALL, SERENE HALL, 85 years, 000 North
HALI.OWELT.. On September 12. 10t4,WIL
LIAM, husband of the late Catharln N.
Hallowell, aged 74 years. Due notice of th
funeral will be given, trom tha residence of
nis daucmer. 1S4R van Pelt st.
HENDERSON. At his late residence. 0338
McCallum at,. Germantown. JAMES P. HEN
DERSON, aged M years. Funeral services
nnd Interment prU'ate.
HEItTEIl. On Beptember 13, 1914. MAGDA
LENA, wife of Louis Herter Iformerly Eck
ftrd), aged 48 years. Due notlco ot the fu
neral will be given, from her lata residence,
1027 Shunk st.
HORE On September 10. 1914. MARTIN
V.. husband of Ellen Hore. Funtral on
Wednesday, at 8 .10 a. m.. from 810 N. 4th
st. Solemn Roqulem Mabs at St. Augustine's
Church at 10 a. m. Interment at Holy Cross
HOUSEMAN' On September 20. 1014. SE-
LIENA, wife of Harry R. Houseman. Funeral
Wednesday, at S a m.. from the residence
ot D. P, Cot, 4213 Tockawanim street,
Frankford. Mass it St. Inaohlm'a Church
at w o'clock. Interment private
JONES On September 21. 1011, LEON AL
LEN, son ot Cordolla and tho late John si.
Jones, aged 21 years. Funeral serttces on
Wednesday, at 8 p m. at 123(1 Falrmount
ave. Interment Thurs lay, at Wilmington
Brandywlne Cemetery Wilmington. Del.
JONES On September ft, 1014. LEON AT.-
LI'.N, son of CordeTU and th late John U.
Jones, aaed 21 years. Funeral sen lees on
Wednesday, at S p in ai hm late residence,
123H Fairmount ave Interment on 'lburs
dav. at Wilmington and llrandywlne Ceme
tery, Wilmington. Del.
JONES. On September 17. 1014. LUCY,
widow of Caleb W, Jones, aged 74 years.
Due notice of the funeral will be given,
from her late residence, 2010 South 8th st.
liiMi On September 18. 1U14. WILLIAM
j... nu5oanu ot i.oittc mng inoa uennerj.
Duo notice uf funeral will bo glen from hla
late rosldnLC, &24 Market at.
KI.ENTNE1L LAZER KLENTNER.fla years.
2700 Fletcher st.
LKATIIKIIMAN. At his residence. 437
llhawn kt.. Fox ('base, on September IB,
1014, JOSEPH, husband of Amanda Leather,
man. Due notice of the funeral will b
LEE. -On September 10. 1014. CLARA A.
LEE (nee I inul, aged 7il years. Funeral
senlces oi Wedneslay, at 2 p m , at 427
N. Edgewood st. Interment private, at Ar
I.I,lnEl.l,. HARRY LIDDELU 3 years.
xx3 is. sergeant it
iai'l'. LOUISA LIPP. 87 years. 2012 North
I.OGl'E. On September 21, 1914, JOHN J,
husband of the ute i'u herine Lugue ami un
or ihe late Dombik'k and arah Logue. Due
notka uf the fun.Tiil will te given (rum his
1Mb resident. o.o t'.uperter s
Mill. On September 21, 1014, MARGARET
M . wtfa of Fiank l.oh and daughtfc-r uf the
late Michael and Man I'le.nlng. Funeral on
Thursday, at 7 110 a. in . from her late rest,
dema, rear 320 New Market ot High Ma.i
at St. Augustine's Church at O a. in.
1.FI1ATTV. MAnV LUI4ATTY. 22 months.
192N N. Hilton st
l.UTZ On September 31. 1014. ALPHONSE
JAMES LUTSS. husband of Ann Uiu (nee
Bonnes) and son of Ellen T. and the lata
Cb.si'a S. I.utx. bSto Frankford ave . Holme
buig. MARION. On September IS, 1014. ANNA C.
MARION, uldoA of John Marion and 'laugh,
ter of the late MUhael and Margaret Roddy.
Due notice cf funeral fiom her Ulo residence.
17114 Christian st
M RTIN". On September 20. 1014 JOHN
luiifband of the lato Elizabeth Martin. In hl
Mth ytar. Funeral services on Wedncla .
at u a m at the lurlura of Mrs. Otto IluiC
be?k 1041 N tih st. Intermeni prUaie
Mount Morlati Cenii.li r.
Colgan anJ daughter ot Mary V. and the
Ute PatrUk J. Muldoim, asett 21 jcars
Funeral on Wednesday, at S a m.. from 2TBJ
Ellsworth st. High Mas of Requiem at Si
Anthonv'a church at U CO a. m int-n,dn
at Holv Cross -inetery.
HrHKTTIGAX. On September 21, ion
JOHN J . hu.uan 1 of Margaret E. Mi-Oet.
tlgtin Duo notice of funeral will be ittwu
from his late lesldence, SOU North 25tli at'
McGRATH. ELKANOR MtORATH. i war.
MrKKON.-On September 20. 1911. TERESA
MAROARET daughter of Jam and I EIU&
l?."! McKeon. In her ISth eai Futiiial
Wednesrta at S '.o a m , from the residence
of her parents. 602 Hll.slde avenae jlnln
MILLER SARAH MILLER. 35 years, 110J
McOay, 1252 South 4flth afreet,
MONT1ETH, 88 yean,
MORESCIU. VICTOIIIA MOnESCHl.
ttsrt. aa2 v.. m.ni.An. t.
Mill, HOLLAND OATIIArtlMH
i,yu, 4o years, zsza ri How.ra si.
HUnrjir. MICHAEL MURPHT, 19 yr.
2709 Helen at.
OTTKV.--On September 20, 1914. at Wild
wood, N, J.. TllOMAB WARRINGTON OT;
TET, formerly of West Chester, Pa,, husband
o' Mary K. Ottey (ne Neary), aged 85 jeara.
Kuneral on Wednesday at Oakland Cemetery,
West Chester, Pa.
FAYNTEH FANNIE PATNTETt, 32 yr.
C10 i.Iy at,
rEELINO. CA8ANDRA PEELING. 8
years, 1214 S. 3d t
rF.TEItSON-On September 20. 1914. MART
A., wife of the late Joseph Peterson and
daughter ot Mary and the latft ratrlck
Ouinn. Funeral Tlinraday morning, Septem
ber 21, at 8:30 (clock from her mother's
enldence, 1037 South Thirteenth street.
Solemn 'Mass of Requiem at the Church of
the Epiphany a 10 o'clock precisely. In
ferment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
Vl'AFF. On. September IS, 1014, of diph
theria, ,'OMN I:., s-jn of Philip and Anna
Pfaff, of 3828 Ella st., aged 0 yean. No
PHILLIPS LILLIAN PHILLIPS. 48 years.
21H2 North Natrona St.
ri.UMMnil, On September 10, 1914, .TH
ROME II. PLUMMER, aged 3J vears. Fu
neral services on Wedneeaay, at 2:30 p. m,,
nt the residence of his parents, (julnton, N. J.
rOTTS. EDWARD POTl'S. 13 years. 201
I'fMvnEHMAKEIt At Atlantic City, N. 3.,
Septfmber 17, 1014, ABRAHAM, husband of
Claire Powdermaker. aged K2 vears. Inter,
men private Norfolk, Tlaltlmore and Wash
Ingtiti papers please copy,
RAUII. On September 20. 1914, JOHN O.
IIAUH. Reildeme, 240 N. th st. Due no
tice of the funeral will be given.
HKCC.iniA.--DOMF.NICO RECCAR1A, 1
J ear. 302(1 North Woodstock st.
HEDItOlV. At Mapnotla, N. .7. on Septem
ber III 1914, MARTHA F., wife of William
D Redrew, aged 17 years.
REIN. SARAH HEIN, 70 years, 810 vSonln
RICKAHD. On September 20, 1814. ANGE-
LINE IllCKABDfnM Wlllauert, wife of W.
H. Ricks rd. lUsIdenee, 2408 Patlfln atreet.
Dus notlca of fonrnl Hll be tln.
npOEns-On Monday. Beptember 14. 1M.
RACHEL VIBTER. daughter of the lt
William Wynne and Hannali Lowls . wlster
na widow of William H. Rogers. Interment
ROTTI-Al Nawlown. Square, Pa. on Sep
tember 21, 1914. DAtTRA J,i widow of Dr.
Amos A. noth, aged fm, years, Funeral ser
vices tn! Interment prhate, at Frederick,
6CItAT,r,fOt.T On Saptamber 20. 1914. RA
CHEL JANE, wife of Ferdinand fichnlllolt,
lea B years. Funeral services on Wednes
day, at 2 p m., at her late residence. .14
i-.outh Third street, Colwjn, Delaware County,
Pa. Interment nrlvate. Fomwood Cemetery.
SnAMnotOII. Suddenly, at Phoenlxvllle,
I'n,, September 21, 1014. CHARLES T hus
band of Anna .1. Shambougn, agon oi years.
Due notice of the funeral will be given, from
his late residence, 1616 Courtland st , Phila
delphia. STEPHENS. On September 20. 1914. ANNA
E.. wlfa of the .Isle John Stephens, aged
72 year. Funeral on Wednesday, September
23, at 1 o'clock, from the residence ot her
son, John Stephens, .115 Davis avenue, Audu
bon, N. J. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery,
Csmrt'n, N. J.
STOCKTON. At nixvllle Notch, New Hamp
shire, on Saturday. September 19, 1914,
ANNA E STOCKTON. Servtoes at the house
of Mr. Frederick Sylvester. Harerford. Pa..
on Wednesday. September 23d,at 8:30 o'clock.
STITELEB. In Downlngtown, Pa , on Sep
tember 20, 1911. DAVID S. STITE1.F.74, aged
70 sears. Funeral services on Tuesday, at 8
p. in. nt 227 Highland ae. Further service
at Wst Laurel Hill Chapel on Wednesday,
at II 30 a m
SDTMVAN. .At his residence 821 Cherry
at., Camden, N. J Sept. 13, 1014. JOHN 7,
husband of Mory Sullivan, aged 27 years.
Dua notice of the 'uneral will be given.
SYMINGTON. On Boplember 20,1914. MAItT
PYMINOTON. wife of James Symington and
daughter of tha late John J. and Mary Ray.
Funeral Wednesday morning at 8.30 o'clock
from th reeldenre of her grandmother Mrs.
James Ra 2418 Tine street. Interment at
THOMPSON. Of diphtheria, on Seolember
J9, 1914, MARCIA ALICE, only child of
Earl J. and Malvlnt Thompson, aged 3 jcars
and 7 months'. Interment prlraU, at "Walt
rrllnater. No funeral. .....
THOMPSON. On September 20, IflH. MAR
THA, wire of nobert Thompson. Due notlc
of tho funeral will be given.
TIEIINEV. On September IP, 1914.THOMAS
.1., husband ot Mary J. Tlerney (net Jlut
terworth), aged 80 sears. Funeral on Wed
nesday, at 8:30 a. m ( from 2317 North I
st (Front and Somerset sla ) Reqnttm
Mass al tha Church of the Visitation of II.
V. M. at 10 a., m. Intsrment at Holy Cross
WALKER. 7n Portsmouth, Vs., onSeptam
ber 10. 1914, WILLIAM D, WAMCKft. in
trrment private In Laurel Hill Cemsterr.
WAI.TI,-On September 21. 1914, aODFREr
WALTf. Relatives nnd friends, also Wln
kelrebl Tleneflclal Assn., are Invited to at
tend funeral service, on Thursday, pr
tlsely at 2 p. m., at his late residence, 7440
Aspen st Interment Fernwood Ceraatory,
WlltTl.On September 19, 1014. MAIICUR
CVRUS, husband of Margaret White (nea
Sclieet.i. Funeral on Wednesday, at 3 p. m.,
from 210 aralda at., Wayne. Junction. Ra
ma Ins may ba vkrwed Tuesday evening. In
lerment strictly private, at Ivy Hill Cem
etery. WILSON. On September . 22i1, JODCN Tfc
WILSON, formerly of Philadelphia, at hla
home on the Hudson.
tVlNSMiW. On September 21 1014. EMMA.
V, wife of John Wlnslow, aged fW yearn.
Relatives and friends are Invited to sttenrl
funeral service. Thursdas-, precisely at 8 p.
m . at the Chapel ot Andrew .1. llalr & Son,
19lh and Arch st.
tVOLFINOEII On September 10. 1914. ED
WARD, son of Elizabeth and the late Henry
Wolflnger (nee Glndhnri), aged Sfl years,
Fun-rnl service on Wednesday. il!p, m ,
ot (',32 East Flora st Interment at Palmer
WOOD, Suddenly, on BeptemJher 19. 1914,
HARRY n , husband ot Mary 13. Wood. Fu
neral on Wednesday, at 8'RO a m., fiom 2420
Ntehola-t st Requiem Maw at St. Bttoa
heth's Cbttreh, nt 10 a m. Interment at
ltv ct'.. remetrry
WOODWAHD. On Beplember20, 1M4. IDA
MAT. wl'e of OVorge F Woodwaml suid
i3augtur ot aarauwi una jinm tiartoinnfrer.
., 4. VASrs. Funeral fmrvleea TTinrwjav
nt 2 p. ra at her Uvte residence, 230 Ufantns.
-. u.. i... .i... : ..rt .3t.--f
Interment at Fornwooil Cetnet&nr.
MlNl-lUA. On September 10.
,ii hki ui t naius
M ..or. s IT n
aervl es on WedneiJay trn"oM it i
a crxt, at ine reilitace f Utr sou, Ejaicr
Store Opens 8.30 A. M.
Store Closes 5.30 P. HI.
,,-m,mmmrmmmmm i n
The Grand Organ Plays Tomorrow at 9, 2 and 5:15
Fashion Posings In Egyptian Hall at 11 and 2:30
The Wanajnaker Stores of
New York have acquired more than $
worth of famous BIQELOW RUGS.
Oee-ha!f of this great quantity is now being1
unloaded off the freight cars in this city; some
of the rugs are already opened up in our stock
includes aH the famous
The rugs will be put on sale THURSDAY
morning, September 24th, in the Rug Store,
on the Fourth Floor, Market.
The prices throughout the sale will be
EXACTLY 25 PER CENT. LESS than the
standard prices of BIQELOW RUGS kpQwn all
It is the year's great event in 4QpiSfi
rugs and it is the year's great opportunity for
all householders of Philadelphia and vicinity,
it ifcti al, '