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EYBtTIKO- fiEDGER-PHILAPBEPfflX SATtTBPAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 101A'-
TALK OF EXCHANGE
SINCE WAR STARTED
Conditions So Much Better
That Six Weeks Hence
May See General Resutnp
tion of Active Trading!
With llio passing "f nnothcr vytck thcro
lins como a brlffhtcnlnit In the financial
skies which forecasts resumption of
normal conditions earlier than lias been
Konoiatly looked for-. Tho most Im
portant step In this direction, ami -one
which has had n material off cot In
strenBthenltiK the situation everywhere,
was the decision of the NoW York Btock
Exchange Commlttro to permit trading
In unlisted securities at moderate con
cessions from tho closing pi Ices ns of
July 30, tho last day bn which tho ex
changes of tho country were open.
Tho original restriction about not per
mitting sales under those prices was
niado so as to prevent, ns far as pos
sible, tho liquidation Which, It was gen
erally believed, was to be expqetod be
causo of the war situation abroad, This
rule continued In force for more than
six weeks. In tho meantime, thoia lias
conio a satisfactory clearing of- tho
foreign debt situation and danger of
liquidation, while It Is still apparent, Is
not so pronounced ns It was when tho
order to closo tho exchanges was given,
A wave of optimism said to bo develop
ing throughout tho United States gave
rtso today to the Impicsslon that the
way is being clenrod for tho reopening
of tho New York Stock Exchange, the
Consolidated Stock Exchange and nlso
the Cotton Exchange, It'rnny bo possible
to reopen them, especially the first named
Institution, by November 1, provided tho
Federal Reserve Hank Is working by
Tho announcement that dealings In un
listed stocks at moderate concessions Is
believed as tho Hrst step that ultimately
may lead to the resumption of 'regular
business on the exchange.
Ofllclals of the exchango arc feeling out
the financial sentiment of tho country.
They are also sounding tho loan situa
tion and testing tho Investment demand.
It Is said tho financial machine Is be
ginning to move, and that tho situation
Is beng developed under careful treatment.
REUBP I3EING G1VRN.
Bankers here today expressed tho opin
ion that tho steps taken by committees
heio and In New York that have been
formed to supervise tho trndlng situa
tion would do much to nftord relief to
financial conditions generally. The fact
that trading may now bo done In stocks
and bonds not listed on the exchange
at prices a few points below tho July
closing, when approved by the commit
tees, makes It possible for Issues to seek
the new level bases that must be ex
pected when full resumption of trading
No one denies the possibility of a heavy
offering of Kuropcnn securities as hoon
as the necessary mediums are made avail
able for their disposal. Each day that
the exchanges are closed, however, lessens
the amount of foreign selling that may
The present war crisis Is teaching
Americans the advantages attached to a
central bank In a country's financial sys
tem. The efficiency mid resources dis
played by tho Bank of England, In han
dling tho situation In Great Urltnln, com
mands admiration everywhere.
In lieu of such an Institution wo have
developed a spirit of co-operation among
tho national banks which has helped
materially In meeting tho emergency.
While the Federal Iteservo system Is not
yet In operation It Is hoped to have It
fully working by the mlddlo of October.
Tho Federal Reserve Hoard has been
fully organized and Its advice and In
fluence have helped much In solving the.
various monetary problems presented.
Under the new system wo shall have
12 banks of concentrated power. This
should permit greater unity of action
RESPOND TO LOAN CAM
Tho banks and trust companies of New
York city responded loyally to the call
for a syndicate to handle the new mu
nicipal loan of $100,000,000 provided to take
care of tho city's maturing loans abroad.
Public offering of tho loan has been a de
cided success, although tho details of
oversubscription havo not become avail
able to outsiders. A very large subscrip
tion response camo from small Investors
to whom tho G per cent. Intercut and tho
absolute security of the loan proved at
tractive. Institutions and Investors In
tho Interior havo taken largo amounts,
and to this extent tho New York banks
will ho relieved of a drain on their gold
reserves which It Is desirable to build up
R3 1'ist a-s possible But, at any rnto,
English and other foreign holders of tho
city's maturing obligations, who have not
chosen to extend their old loans Into tho
one, two and thiee-year maturities newly
provided, are suro of payment In gold,
A further guarantee of tho payment
of all our debts abroad In cold is fur
nished by tho banking pool which has
been organized to provide $100,000,000 In
gold In case settlement. In whole or In
part, cannot bo effected In bills of ex
(hunge. Tho result ol tho two opera
tions H to provide a gold fund of $150,
OOO.ouO with which to Fettle our accumu
lated adverse balance of trade. This
fchould certainly reassuro foreign cred
itors and holp In ameliorating tho for
eign position. Wo are already finding
some of the most conservative London
banks wilting to renew American ma
turities of banking concerns, and thu
co-operative action of our financial in
stitutions in establishing the $150,000,000
gold credit referred to ought to incrcaso
this disposition of London to make or
renew loans on this side.
.RAILROAD EARNINGS ARE
SMALLER THAN YEAR AGO
Decrease for First Two Weeks of
September Was 0.3 For Cent.
Railroad gross earnings continue to
show a falling oft from a year ago, tho
total of all roads making weekly returns
nmountlng for the first two weeks in
September to $17,210,203, a decrease of 8.3
Iter cent, as compared with tho earnings
of the same ronds for tho corresponding
period n year ago.
Almost nil roods In tho South report
morn nr less cbntraotlon, ono notable ex
ception being the Chesapeake and Ohio,
on which there Is still n substantial In
crease. In tho West and Southwest thero
Is, however, tome evidence, bt lmpiovo
input, although most of the lending sys
trm continue to mnko smaller returns
than In l!)13. The losses In many In
stances, however, aro much smaller than
a short tlmp ngo, and In several Instances
moderalo gains are reported.
CHARGES OF 'DSDARY'
Criticise as- Unfair His
Banks Charged With
Hoarding of Currency Reserves.
Protests from bankers against being
held up before tho country ns "usurers"
nnd ns being guilty of wilfully creating
financial stringency by alleged hoarding
of currency reserves began to reach the
Treasury Department today. Some of tho
letters used vigorous terms In criticising
Secretary McAdoo's campaign against
hoarding and his publication of so-called
"blacklists" enumerating banks having a
surplus of legal reserves.
That they would be subject to severe
criticism had they failed to maintain am
ple reserves under present conditions was
tho tenor of tho bankers' protests. For
protection of themselves and their de
positors, tho protesting bankers contend.,
it Is only prudent to maintain more than
the minimum legal reserves during tho
Despite the bankers' protests, Secretary
McAdoo today evidenced strong Inten
tions of continuing his campaign against
money hoarding. Occasional additions to
his "blacklist" nre planned. Ho Is re
ceiving many letters commending him
for "showing up" tho banks guilty of
honrfilng and demanding excessive In
terest. Some of the letters cite Instances
of alleged extortion and refusal of credit.
State banking commissioners of many
States arc also promising co-operation.
The list given out by Secretary McAdoo
enumerated some of the national banks
In each State of the Union which are
carrying reserves largely In excess of
tho legal requirements, as shown by
their reports to the Comptroller of the
Currency ns of September 12.
"Each one of the banks In this list Is
required by law to carry a reserve of
only 15 per cent. The reserves they arc
holding range from 25 per cent, to 74 per
cent. If the large amount of loanable
funds that is kept from active employ
ment, as Indicated by these figures, was
Invested In commercial or agricultural
paper, or loaned on proper security, tho
present situation would be greatly Im
proved, salu Mr. JlcAuoo.
Some of the national banks In this city
were Included In the Initial list.
MORE DIVIDENDS PASSED
Depression Due to War Causes Cur
tailment' In Payments,
Directors of tho Aurora, Elgin nnd Chl
cago RaltroAd have decided tq pass the
quarterly dividend on tho common stock,
which Is usually pnld about October 10.
Tho regular payments of 3 per cent, per
annum were made from October, 1907, to
July last. The regular quarterly dividend
of VA per cent, was declared on the pre
ferred stock, payable November 1.
Tho Porto Rico Hallways, Limited, has
passed the quarterly dividend on Its
common stock. The company has been
paying I per cent. ,
The flhattuck-Arlzona Copper Company
has passed the dividend usually paid In
October. Three months ago 50 cents a
share was declared.
GRAIN AND FLOUR
WIIKAT Iterelpts 187,047 hushels. The
market nulet'niid lc. lower. Car lots in ex
port elevrttor No. 2 lied, spot nnd beji.,
SI 03171. M: No. 2 Red Western, Jt.t2gl.lii
No. t Northern Uuluth. $1 1RW1.2.V .
CORN lleceipts "II II bushels. Mltle trad
Inu and prices declined le. Ortorlnira modcruto
but ample. Cai lota for local trade, a to lo
cation No. 2 yellow, 87J?87V4c.i steamer yel
low, KlliSS7c. ...
OATS Itecelnts 0,fi42 bushels. Quiet nnd
without important clmiiKo. No. 2 white, MVAip
Me.: latidnrd white, G48.1l$c; No. a while,
t'l.OUII TleCPlpls. 2770 bbls.J 2.09r..fiO7
lbs, In snclis. Trnde quiet nnd nrlc nom
inally unchanged. Winter, clenr, $4.0ilifJ4.8.i!
do., straight. ?4.nn?Sfl.lB; do,, patent. if..2,i(?i
n.OOj Kansas straight. Jute sticks. li.2U(S.".i();
do., patent, Juto sacks, I.I.SUlFln.i.'ii spring,
first, clenr, 14.7.."! do., straight. SS.MliC
r,,40; do., patent, $."..",0111 ,".85 j do., fnvorltn
brands, s.ifftn.sS; city mills, choice nnd fancy
pntent, tOffl!n.2!5; city mills, legular grades
Winter clenr, S4.H0rI.S.-i do., straight,
(f4.P0(nir..ir,j do., patent, $.i.2.ii?ri.no.
ItVK FI.OUK Steady, but quiet at r,
G.50 per bbl., In wood.
Quiet nnd without Important change City
boef, In sets, smoked and alr-drlcd. .'110.12c.;
Western lieof, in sets, smoked, ai:2o.; cliy
htef, knuckles nnd tender, smoked and alr
drled, 32(.Vte.i Wost.-rn beof, knuckles and
tenders, smoked, 3"igllc.i beef hams, I0'341;
pork, family, $20027. Hams, 8. 1 cured, loose.
lr.'iSlOiJc.J do., skinned, loose, lr.VW'c: do.,
do., smoked, 180111c; other hams, smoked,
city cured, as to brand and average, 18lt)c.i
hnms, smoked. Western cured, lfWilOc. ; do.,
boiled, boneless, 2NW2DC. ; picnic shoulders, S.
1 cured, loose, 12?il2'c.; do., smoked, 14
HMci bclllos, In pickle, according to average,
loose, MKifrlTa.; breakfast bacon, as to brand
and average, city cured, ill ft 23c; breakfast
bacon. Western cured, 21t?23c. ; lard, Western
refined, tierces. llVfrSJllftc: do., do., do., tube,
lll&ttHftic.; lard, pure city, kettle rendered,
in tierces, llViOllftc; lard, pure city, kettle
rendered, in tubs, lt"J57'll?;c.
Dull at former rates. Standard granulated,
6.80c.; fine granulated. (!,7uc; powdered, A.S.1C.;
confectioners' A, O.Ujc. ; soft grades, 5.D0U
CIII1K.HK In moderate but ample supply
and quiet. New York, full-cicam, cholcr, Jflfi
Gjiit'L.; cio., uc, rair to goou, j.;ivtkc.; uu.,
part skims, On 14c.
I.IYK Sold slowly with tnoderato but am
ple oderlngs. l''owls, inftl7c. ; old loosters,
ity, HSUOe. ; ducks, old, l.l'd'llc. ; do., spring,
14';fl5c; guineas, per pair, young, weighing
2 lbs, and over apiece, iOc: do., weighing Hi
011 lbs apiece, OniuSc; do., weighing 1 lb.
apiece, 50c; old, 60c; pigeons, per pair If
DltnS.Sni) Trade nulet. but vnlues stead
ily neld un choice stock. Fresh-killed
fowls, per bl., selected heavy, 21UC. ;
fancy, welching 41WM lbs. apiece, 2UVii'.;
do., weighing 4 lbs. apiece, 20c; do.,
weighing :i lbs. apiece, limine; do., weigh'
ing :i lbs. nnd under, lie; old roosters, dry
picked, iniic; broiling chickens, nearby,
weighing 1V32 lbs, apiece, W-I'i,! broiling
chickens, nearby, fair to good, HMflSc. : chick
ens. Western, :i(it4 lbs. apiece, llic; do., do ,
IMS lbs nplcce, 15??10c.; broiling chickens.
Western. lYjQ'i lbs. nploce, liWISc.J broiling
chickens. Western, fair to good, 1 off 10c;
squabs, per doz. White, weighing H to 12
lbs., per doz.. $1.154.50; white, weigh.
Ing 0 to 19 lbs., per doz.. $.13.75; whits
welshing S lbs., per doz., J2.2rift2.50; do., do.
7 lbs., per doz., J1.733I-; do., do., UfiilVj lbs.,
per doz., Sl.23iiyl.50; dark and No. 2, O0c.fi
i'a., 74 yearn ago, and had lived for many
years on tho old Baldwin homestead nt
Bradford Hills, rlear Downlngtown, A
sister and a brother, who live In the
REV. M. C. STOKES
For Many Years a Member of New
Jersey M. E. Conference.
"The Kev, M. C. Stokes, ft member of
tho Now Jersey Methodist Conference
since 1317, and ono of the oldest preachers
In the conference, died yesterday at We
nonnh, N, J. Ho was so years old and
had had many charges,
Mr. Stokes was made a supernumerary
In 1S92, nnd from tho following year to
tho time of his death held a superan
nuate relation. Two daughters, Wllhel
tnltiit and Martlc, survive.
MISS ELMIRA V. DITTMAN
Miss Elmlrft V. Dltman, daughter of
Henry W. Dltman, who was ono of the
oldest residents In Frankford, died yes
terday nt tho home of her brother-in-law,
Dr, Richard C. Allen, 1403 Oxforfl
road, after a week's Illness, She had
liver her entire life In Frankford.
Miss Dltman was a member of the Her
man Presbyterian Church and was
actively Interested In charitable work,
Five sisters and a brother survive.
JOSHUA LA RUE FIELD
Joshua La nue Field, a prominent
Civil War veteran and prestdont of tins
Grand Army Association of Philadelphia
and vicinity, died at his home, 1927 North
Camne street, on Thursday. For yearj
Field had been appointed nn inspector
to Inspect local posts, nnd on several
occasions had served as dolrgnte to de
partment and national conventions. He
served two terms as commander of Tay
lor Post, No. 10, G. A. It. He was SO
years old. A widow and a son survive.
HARRY D. LENTZ, SR.
Harry D. I.ontz, Sr., 1902 North Thir
teenth street, died yesterday at his sum
mer homo In Ocean City, N. J., from en
largeinent of tho heart. Ho was li.i jcars
old nnd had been retired for many yours.
His father at ono time owned the site
upon which tho Moya.menslng Prls in to
day stands. His ono soni Harry D., Jr.,
nnd a grandchild survive.
MISS REBECCA GIBSON
Miss Rebecca Gibson, Bister of the or
ganizer of the Gibson Distillery, died yes
terday from apoplexy at tho Aldlne Hotel,
She was born in Philadelphia So years
ago, nnd spent most of her life In this
city. During her earlier life she was
active In charitable work.
CHARLES M.M N. KILLEN
Charles M. N. Klllcn, who for more
than 30 cars had been engaged In the
wallpaper business, died yesterday nt his
home, 4733 Haze! avenue. He wns 51
yeara old and had been 111 since the first
of August, The widow and" a son,
Charles M. N. Klllcn, Jr., survive.
NOTES OF THE RAIL
Th Trnflic Club, of New York, will hold
Its next tegular meeting at the Waldorf
Astoria on next Tuesday eveniii?.
H. Jj. Utter, assistant secretary and
tuasurer of the MUfcourt Pncido Hallway,
has been elected gecietary and treasurer
of the company, succeeding A. II. Calef,
The Railway Development Association
will hold its semi-annual convention at
tho Hotel I.a Salle, Chicago, on Novem
ber JO and 11.
The American Association of Trnvellng
Passenger Agents will hold its 12d annual
convention In San Francisco on October
12 and 13.
Philadelphia's share of J8.0OO.C00 to the
$100,000,000 gold pool to relieve tho foreign
exchange situation has been oversub
scribed. This statement was mado today
by Levi Zj. Rue, chairman of the Clearing
Houso Committee. Mr. Ruo said that re
plies were still coming In from Institutions
to which tho letter of the Clearing House
had boon sent asking subscriptions and
thnt more replies wero expected, as In
some casps the directors of the Institu
tions had not yet met to act on the
C. A. HUbco, secretary of the Tonopah
Mining Company of Nevnda, today sent n
letter to stockholders explaining the com
pany's .Interest In tho Panama Mining
Company. Tho letter says that the Tono
pah Mining Company has an option on
tho property of tho latter company,
which Is located In Nicaragua and has
until next February to decide whether
It will tako tho property. In case the
option is exercised a new company, to
bo controlled by tho Tonopah Mining
Company of Nevada, will be formed to
tako tltlo to the property and operate it.
W. U Abbott, of Pittsburgh, has been
elected president of tho Southwnrk
Foundry and Machine Company, at 430
Washington avenue. Mr. Abbott suc
ceeds H. Dell. Drlght who resigned sev
eral months ago. The company Is operat
ing about 23 per cent, of capacity at
Holders of the collateral trust 4V5 per
cent, bonds of the International Mer
chantilo Marine Company, Interest on
which has been deferred, hnvo formed a
protective committee. Tho committee Is
headed by Otto T. Rannard, president of
the New York Trust Company. Tho trust
company haB been named as depository.
The Bank of England bought 14,000 In
bar gold and 746,000 In United States
The date for the second payment
amounting to 117 on Southern Pacific sub
scription receipts has been extended from
October 2 to November 30.
Quiet and without lmportnnt chango. Ap
ples, per bid. OrncnBteln. J1..WB2.25; Hlush,
f l.Wii'-.-.; other good eating varieties. $l.But
2.2."; medium, stiff 1. no: apples. Delaware and
Pennsylvania, per hamper, ;iOfiT,0c. Lcinoni,
Per box. W!l. Pineapples, per crate I'orto
Itlco, 1 2,-iiH, 1.2.1: Florida, $liff2.W. Cranber
ries. Cano Cod. Korlv Ulack. wr bbl.. SLSOfln.
cranberries, Cape Cod, Karly Illack, per crate,
$t.T."i('J; cranberries, .lenscy, per crate Dark.
JI.7.VH2.2.-I: light, Slfrl.2.1. Huckleberries, per
It.. 4Sc: Peaches. Virginia, per 20-lb.
basket, 2."f60c.; do., do., per cruto. 7SofJtl.2.":
do., Delaware and Maryland, per basket, i."" !
"."c.; do., do., per crate. 7T.C fl$1.2."; peacha,
PennsWvanla. per basket I.arzo white or vel
low, ."04j7."c. ; medium. rlffOc. : peaches, Jer
sey, white or yellow, per ?j"baket Kxtra
large, 7."itl00c.: medium, 2."'5'lnc. Pears, near
by, per Mil. Iiartlett. No. 1, S4fi
r.B0 do., Xo 2. .wgr,; Clapp's Fav
orite, No. 1, si..riOifM..'ki; do.. No. , J2.wr,Tj
other varieties, S293; pears, N. Y. r-'eckel, per
bbl., JIBS; pears, dlartlctt or Feckel, per
bushel basket, jiff 1.7,1. drapes. New York
Concord, per 8-lb. basket, l.'IfTlSc.; do., per'
4-lb. basket, SfJWc. ; Delawares, per 4-lb.
basket, 12ffine.; grnpei. Concord, per crate,
4l)fiSnc. Vlums. per S-lb. basket. 20ff2."c.
Cnntnloupes. Colorado, per crnto, flri.nO; do.,
do.. Hats. .IOjoSOc. Watermelons, Jersey, per
rntatoes nnd onions null nnd neak. Other
vegetables strudy. White potatoes, per bush.
Pennsylvania, bOflaic; New York, Mil ,18c
White potatoes, Jersey, per basket, Ulfi45;
Sweet potatoes. Knstcrn Shorr, per bbl. No,
1. S1.7;Vf2.:i.1: No. 2, 7.'c.C'?t. Hweet pota
toes. North Carolina, per bbl. No. 1, 11.730
2: No. 2. 7.1e.iil$l. Sweets. Jereey per bbl
No. 1. S2.SO.ir.. 7.1: No, 2. Sl.MUM.7.1; do.. a..
per basket, 40tS0c. unions. Western and
onnectlcut valley, cnoice, per iih'-iu, nog,
51; do., medium, per loo-lb. bag, 75'9lOc. Cab.
bage. domestic, per ton. S10frl2. Celery, Now
York, per bunch, infJOOc. Mushrooms, per 4
lb. basket. finc.0S.l.Ro.
NEW YORK BTJTIEU AND EGGS
NEW YORK, Sept. 21. Huttcr, steady; re
relpts, iilCIl; creamery extra, SOffijnoHc.i
Slate dairy, tubs, 22fi$20c. ; Imitation cream
ery, firsts, 24f(f.24VjC
Eggs Steady; receipts, 72.17; nearby white,
fancy, H.liffasc. ; nearby mixed, fancy, 2.1Q
2fcc. ; fresh firsts, 2418.10c.
Rank cWrlngs today compared with corre
sponding day lu tho last two years follow:
inn mm 1012
I'lillui"clphla. f20,:U,7Sri S28,400,r.25 S23,Ml,r,25
lloston 17.SM.140 2.1.HR2 0S3 2n.R41.14Il
York. 1117,21. IH.T HI 1.3.10, 7S.1 37J,0ltS,035
BR. JOHN LANSON ADAMS
, RAILROAD EARNINGS
RATES FOR MONEY
The rates for money at financial centres to
day were quoted as follows:
Philadelphia 11 it
New Vork UftS 7S
lloston ,,. K ii&J
Vh.lt. jkq 7 7
Philadelphia 'Commercial paper, threa to
six uiunltu' maturities, TiiTrj per cent.
No ember 16 lo
Mcdll Corporation, regular quarterly 1 per
cni. on common, payable
tiocic ot record November
U pr cent
Corn Products Iltiinlnir Conutany. regular
quarurly u4 pr cent on preferred. J
Octobsr 15 to stock of record October 5.
U'ullndh.ll.n .1 t.nl. ..... .. I n . ..ITI,ll.
quarterly fi pur slurv. piyaUlu Ovtobcr 13 to
stock of record SpUnibr 30.
i'ertiwtlon Sleel Spring Company, regular
quarterly 1ft per cent, oa preferred, paybl
Third week September.... St.18.1,000
rrom July 1 14.ooo.UM
Third week September l.S2,SU
From July 1 12.843.02.1
CHICAGO AND AITKIN'.
Secon.3 week September... $280,776
From July 1 3,127.001
ST. I.OUIS SOUTJIWB3TfirtN.
Third week September.... S103.000 172,000
1-rom July 1 2.47SJX)0 460.000
MISSOUHI, KANSAS AND TEXAS.
Third week September.... 1820,815 S.10.87S
t-rom July 1 7.222.010 202.812
IlUr'FAU) AND SUSQUEHANNA,
August gross litim 110,730
Vf I .U.V.O
To months' gross 230.SJ1
Third week September.... S560.700
From July 1 4.30J.4UO
CENTRAL R. R. OP N. J,
July receipts 2.72l.b0t
DETROIT AND MACKINAC.
Third week September 22.04u
fro" J"' 1 2S2.309
Noted Medical Specialist Fell From
Window In His Home.
NEW YOniv, Sept. M.-Dr. John Adams,
a iioteil eye, enr and throat specialist
nnd physlclnn of tho late J. Plerpont
Morgan, la dead hero today aa the result
of a fall from a fourth-story floor win
dow of his residence at 3S Kast 51st street,
this city Ho had been suffering from
nervousness and returned last Wednes
day from London -with his wife and son.
A few minutes beforo Doctor Adams
plunged from the window ho had been
conversing In the library of his homo
with his two brothers, also physicians,
and his wife. Ho went upstairs, pre
sumably to chance his clothing, and a
short time later his body ivas found ly.
In? on the pavement.
MISS CHARITY BALDWIN
Miss Charity Baldwin, a prominent
member of the West Chester Meeting;
of the Society of Orthodox Friends and
of a family well known In Chester
County history. Is dead at the home of
her nephew, Benjamin Shoemaker, 318
North Owen avenue, I.ansctowne. Her
death was brought on by a fainting spell
Miss Baldwin was born at Downlngtown,
ANDERSON. At her residence, 2028 Chris
tian St., on September 2.',, 1914. MAY hl.KA
NOR, daughter of Mary K. and thn late
Walter C Anderson. Relatives nnd friends
are Invited to attend tho funeral services,
on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, nt the
unurcn oi inp iiuiy .Aposues, ?lst and
Christian sts. Interment at Mount Morlali
I1RANDT. On September 2.1. 1014, HCRN
HAItn. husband of Selmn (nee Jaekel)
Drundt. 1'unernl services, Saturday, at 1
p. m., nt 1U2 s. 07th st. interment Chcltcn
DAKRNCOI'I" On September 24. 1014. SAM-
I'KT,. husband of tho loto Ilertha Ilacrncopf,
In his GOth year. Rclathcs and filendi.
also Krakauer Chcvra, Rlslni; Star Lodcc.
No. 120. F. nnd A. St.; Palestine Chapter.
11. A.; Rappaport Lodge, No. 23, I. O. r. S.
or I.; Hnr SlnAl Lodge, I. O. n. Jl arc In
vited to attend tho funeral, on Sunday niorn
Inc. at 10 o'clock precisely, at his lite rest
rtence, 4t57 I.cldy aie. Interment at itt.
Carmcl Cometory. Klndlv omit flowcrH.
HOWMAX On September 24. 1014. MARY
A. ROWMAN, RKed 74 years, daughter of
tho late John nnd Susan lion man. of Oer
mantnwn. Funeral on Monday, nt 2 p. m..
from Mrs. James SlcCarTerty's. -at - Midway.
Bucks County, Pa, Interment Becihnnod
1IOYD. On September 24, 1014, AT.11XAN
DUR J., husband of Mary E. Hoyd (nee
Earnshaw). runeral Monclnv nt R n. m..
from ."21 S. Water st. Solemn Requiem
Mass at St. Joseph's Church nt !l:.'!0 u. tn.
Interment Cathedral Cemcterv.
IIIIANNAN. On September 24, 1014, nr.EA
NOR, widow of Frederick W. Ilrannnn and
daughter of Eleanor Shelzllnt- and Inte James
Earl, aged 41 jcars. Funeral Sunday, 1 p.
m., from 11140 Fitzgerald st. Interment
UltOWX. At his residence, 1010 Duttnnwnod
st., on Sept. 23, JAMES, husband of Ellon
Itrown, nged 14 jears. Due notice of the
funeral ivlll be given.
C.V.MI'IIKI.I On September 25. 1014, JOHN
i-A3ii'i!i;i.i.. uciativca unci irienas imited
to attend th funeral services, on Tuesday,
at 2 p, m., nt his late residence. .',72.1 Mar
ket st. Interment at Mount Moriah Cema
tor. CAM'Klt. On September 2.1. 1014. HEN
RIETTA, wife of tho late Henry Casper, aged
08 years. Relatives and friends are Invited
to attend the funeral, on Sunday, nt 10 n. m.,
from her late residence, 1301 Olnmond st.
Interment at Adath Jeshurun Cemetery. Bal
timore nnd New York pftpers cpy.
CASSi:i. Suddenly, on September 22. 1014.
at Sea Isle Clt. N. J.. MATILDA II., widow
of Charles II. Cassel nnd daughter of the late
Henry nnd Amelia Sirodkk. Relatives and
friends nre Invited to attend the funeral ser
vices, on Saturday afternoon, nt 2 ciYloek, at
her late residence. Stenton and Gowen aves.,
Mt. Airy. Carriages will meet the arrival of
the 12:30 p. m. train from the Readlnic Ter
minal at Sit. Airy Station. Interment pri
vate, bl west i,nurei mil i emeiery.
CEMI'IXI. On September 23. 1014, ALTIERT
I'HMf'IXf. son-in-law of the lato Thomas
nnd Almlra Dixon. In his With jear. Funeral
services on Monday, nt 1:30 p. m.. nt 37L'I
Carlisle st. Interment private, at Mt. Ver
CIIAITKI.K ELIZABETH CHAPPELE. 73
years, 1241 Cambridge st,
CI.ANIIY. On September 24. 1014. ELIZA
BETH, wife of William Clashy. Funeral
Monday, at 1:110 a. m.. from 840 N. 2Sth
st. Solemn Mats of Requiem at St. Fran
cis' Church at 10 o'elack precisely. Inter
ment Holv Cross Cemutery.
CLOTHIER On September 24. 1014. ROY
CLOTHIER, son of I.nulsa nnd the Into Will
lam Clothier, nged 2d years. Funeral serv.
Ices, on Saturday, nt .1.30 p. ni nt itl'M
ainrsien at., Tacony, interment North Cedar
COVVKY. Suddenly, on September 22. 1014.
ALBERT L., son of Oscar C A. and Annls
W. Cnvvey (nee Burns), aged 10 years 3
months. Relatives and friends, also J). V. M,
Sodality and Junior Holy Name Society of tin
Church of Our Lady of Ml. Carmel. are In
vited to attend the funeral, on Saturday
morning, at N o'clock, from his parents' rest
dence, 2304 South 3d st. Solemn High Mass
of Requiem at Church of Our Lady of .Mt.
Carmel at 0.30, precisely. Interment at
Holy Cross Cemetery.
CROIVLKY. On September 22. 1014, JOHN
J. CHOWLKV. husband of the late Alice
Crowley (nee Devlin), aged 73 years. Fu
neral on Monday, at ft .10 a. m., from 23.1.1
H. Juniper st. Solemn Requiem MUo at
Epiphany Church. 10 o'clock. Interment at
Holy Cross Cemetery.
CI'MMIXflS On September 23, 1014. MI.
C11AEI. W., husband of Mary Cummlngs
(nee Gallagher). Funeral nn Monday, nt s in
n. m., from 2123 W. Harold st Solemn
High Mass of Requiem at St. Columba's
Church at 1(1 o'clock Interment Holy
DAVIS. On September 24, 1014, M. RE
BECCA DAVLS. wldw of 8 Powell Davu
Relatives and friends are Invltea to attend
the. funeral services, on Monday mornlns;. at
11 o'clock, at her late residence, SOS rrcston
st. Interment private. Remains may bo
viewed on Sunday evening, from 7 until J)
o'clock. Chester County papers p!?;?c,P?'
IIOLAN. On September 24, 1014, JANE. wife
of Charles Dolan (nee Dougherty). Iunern.1
on Monday, at 8;.1o a, m., from 2213 Noril
Lawrence st. Solemn Requiem Mass at Hi.
Edward's Church nt 10 ft. m. Interment at
Holy Cross Cemetery. , , , ..,,
IlOXOIIOn On September 2.".. 1014. E"ANK
A., husband of Mary F. Donohoe. Funeral,
Tuesday, nt 8 n. m., from 3IWI flunnyeMo
Vf., Falls of Schuylkill. High Mass nt St.
Bridget's Church, at 0:30 a m. Interment
. Westmlnsler Cemetery. . ,
DOUTV. At Allenhurst, N. .7., on September
21. 1014, HARHV W, DOt'TY. beloved hus
band, of T-oulse A. Douty, aged 03 years. Hi
neral soivlrcs nt his late residence, 230 tor
lies si., on Saturday, nt 2 p. m. Train from
Ilrond St. Station nt 8:32 a. tn. ., ,,,, ,
Dtll'l'V. On September 23. 1014. 1'f-lA.
widow of Pnlrlck Duffy. Funeral nn Satur
day, at H:SO a. in., from 3.11 North Orlnnna
t. Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Augustine s
Church nt lo n. in. Interment nt Holy Crois
ELMS On September 23, 1014, WtLLTAM
A. ELMS, husband of the late Sarah J.
Kills (nee Rich). In his anth year. ! unernl
nervlces on Saturday, September 20. at I
p. m., at 2140 East York st. Interment pri
vate, nt North Cedar Hill Cemetery.
rAHHAN On Sentember 2.I. 1014. DAVID
W., hush.ind of Clarn M. rnrrnn. '."ncrni
enltf nil MnnH.V nl 'J l. m . nf 118 N.
Wilton Bt. Interment nt Oreen Sfount Ceme
tery, Remains may bo viewed on Sunday,
l'fnLD. pnn'seplember 24, 1014, JOSHUA
LA nfli FIELD, nged SU years. KunernJ
services nn Monday, nt 12:30 p. m , lit 102,
North Camac st. Interment at Cheltenham
M. E. Church ground.
FRIEDMAN. MAX FRIEDMAN. 38 years,
flir, North 2d st. . .
OAMtllAITir September 24, 1011, THOMAS
UAIiHRAITIf, In his MOth year. Funeral ser
vices nn Saturday, nt 2 p. m.. precisely, at
8 Asbury lerrnre, Oak Lane. Interment pri
vate, nt Westminster Cemetery.
OAM.I41AN, On September 23,101 1. PHILIP,
son of thn late John nnd Mary Galllgnn. tu
ncral. on Monday, nt 2 p. in., from mill Hm
Aramlngo avo. Requiem Mass at the church
nf the Nntlvlty. nt 10 a m. Interment at
St. JMnrk's Cemetery. Bristol. I'n
GII1HON. On September 2.1. 1014, REBECCA
GIBSON. Funeral services and Intirment
GORDON. ELE5A11ETH FRANCIS, at
Wayne, Pa.. September 2.1, 1014, In her
81st year, daughter of the late Hon. David
Francis Gordon nnd Lvdla C. Riddle, his
wife, formerly of Itemllng. I'n. VScrvdccs
at St. Mary's Church, Wnyne, IV.. nt H
a. m., on Monday, the 2Sth. Interment nt
Charles Evans Cemetery, Rending. Pa., on
arrival of tho 11:09 train from Broad st.
CiRADY. On September 23. 1014. LUKE F..
Jr., beloved son of Dr. Luko F. nnd Mary K.
Oraily (nee 1'eirot). aged HI vrar .1 months.
Relatives nnd friends, nlso II. V M. Sodality,
League of Sacred Heart nnd Holy Name So
ciety of Church of Our lady of Victory,
Vlctrlx Catholic Club nnd class of lull. It.
C. H. S., aro Invited to attend the funeral,
on Monday, at S:.'UI a. m.. fnm th residency
of his parents, 231 North 52d St., West Phila
delphia, Solemn Mnss of Hciultni nt Church
of Our Lady of Victory, at lo u. m. Intir
ment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
OREEN. On September 22, 1014, CHRIS
TIANA, widow of I'etcr A. (.recti, nged M
years. Funeral so-vitcs on Sunday, Sep
tember 27, nt 1 p. m , at Hs N. Front st.
Interment at North Cedar Hill Cemetery.
HKOARTY. On September 2.1, 1014, AN
DREW DEPART).. Funernl on Snturl.iy,
nt 7:30 a. m., rrom 1.110 Melon st. High
Requiem Maps, nt tho Church of the Asumii
tlon, nt 1) a. m. precisely. Interment at Holy
IIKSMXOTON. On September 23. 1014.
ANNA HESHINOTON. wife of Clrorgo Hess-
Ington. Funeral on Seturdav, nt a. m.
from 2TO S, 20th st. Muss nt St. Patrick's
Church, at R",0 a. m. Interment nt Holy
HOLMES. On September 21, 1014, JAMES,
husband of Mnry M. Holmes Funeral mi
Monday, nt 2 p. m.. from i.'.'.s N. Hnn-.trl ft.
Services at tho Norrls Square U. P. Clrirrh,
at .1 p. m. Interment private, nt North
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
HUNT. On Septomler 23,1011, ALBERT, son
of Grorgo Rnd tho late Mary Hunt, aged 34
years. Funeral "ervPcs on Saturday, nt 2
p. m . nt 07 DoKnlb st. Interment private.
lAI'RETC'HE On Septenber 21, 1011.
PETER E. JAURETCHE, at his residence,
410 South 22d St. Requiem Mass at St. Pat
rick's Church. Monday, nt 10 a. m.
jrXOE. On September 24, 1011, JOHN ,T.
H.. husband of Amalle Jungo. Funeral on
Sunday, at 2:.'!0 p. m.. from his l.it rcl
dence, 102 Apsley st. Interment nt HUlstdo
Cemcterv via funeral car.
KANE. On September 21. 1011. ROBERT,
husband of Helen Kane (nee M.ihon), and
brother of Rev. Jns. J. Kane. Relatives nn.l
friends, nlro St. Paul T. A. B Foe. League
of tho Sacred Heart, and Holy Name rioc. of
St. Thomas Aquinas Church, are Invited to at
o'clock, at his lato residence, 1721 Mooro st.
Solemn Requiem Mnss at Church of .t.
Thomas Aquinas at 10 a m. Interment at
Holv Croir Cemetery. Please omlf flonrrs
KILLEN. On September 23, 1014. CHARLES
M. X. KILLEN, aged 31 vears Fun, ml
services, on Tucsdny, nt 1 p. m.. precisely nt
his lato residence, 4733 Hnzel ave. Inter
KILLEKX. On September 23. 1011, MARY
A,, wife of John Klllcrn. Funernl on Sat
urday, at R:'in a. in., from 212 Wnlnnt st..
Jenklntown. Pa. Solemn High Requiem Mn
nt tho Immaculate Conception ("hurrh. Jen
klntnwn. nt 10 a m. Interment at Holy
KNAC III. MARY KNAUTH. 7 years. 3.117
7.AZA Kl'S. On September 23. 1014. HARRY
G.. husband of Sadie Lazarus. Funernl on
Tuesday, at 2 p. m from 2312 South i;.;,i st.
LENTZ. On September 2.1, 1014, at hli sum
mer residence, Ocein City, N .1., HARRY
D. LENTZ, Sr.. husband of Josephine S.
Lentz (nee Simpson), city residence, ififlj
nrin i.un si i;iio notice or ine runornl will
I.IVIIZEY. Suddenly, on .September 2.1. 1014.
SAMUEL It., husband of Margaret 11.
Llvezey, in his U2d vear. Funeral, without
further notice, Monday. 11 n. m., fr.im late
residence nenr Iiavlsvllle, Pa. Int-rmcnt
private, Hatboro Cemetery.
J.l'TZ. On September 21. Mrs. M ARO A RET
... j.ui.. ifcutiies ami irienus or the fam
ily aro Invited to attend the funernl serv
ices, nt her late residence. 42'it Chester nve
on Saturday, the 2i'th Inst., at S o'clock me
clsely. Interment private.
MADARA. On September 24. 1014. SALLIE
i:., wife of RobiTt C. Mad.ira and daughter
of the late Ooorgo and Sarah J-:hrMizel'or.
runeral on Sunday, nt 2 p. m., from 311
Hunter st , Cllnucester City, N. J. Inter
ment Union Ccmetiry.
.MACEE. On September 2.1, 1014. MARO-
Jil.T. wmow nr .Nlcncias Mngee. Funera' n I
Monday, at S.-'M n. m . from in.1l ri. Frazler I
ternne (.".'ith nnd Chester nve.). Wott f'hlla
Solemn Ri-qiilem Miss ut the Church of tho I
Most lllceil Sacrament at lu a. m. In
terment Cathedr.il Cemcterv. I
MAKIAXMiY. HEUINA MARIANSKY. .1 I
years. 1020 N. American st. !
MAlVf-ON. At Norfolk, Va, on September
22. HU4, nnoROETTA wife of Jam's Maw- I
son and dauchtir nf Sarah C. and thi- lit..
Oenrge H. Slowrer. Funeral serving on
Saturday, at 1 p. m , 11.20 N. Ilc.l'lcl Ht
Interment private at West laurel Hill feme.
MrEltLANE. On September 23. 11)14. THOM
AS McERLANE. husband of Mary SI. -Erlano
(nee Mnuagban). Fun.iral on Satur
day, nt x.:o a. m. (mm urn ;, is,n Bt
Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Agatha's
Church, at 10 o'clock Interment private.
MnelXTOMI. On September 21, 1014. MAR
SHALL D., son of .Mirgaret nnd II. i'rank
Slaclntosb. nged 1 year nnd 2 monthi. Fu
neial on Saturday, at 2 p. m.. frmu ."121
Aspen st. Intirment Westminster Con cten
MIC'KI.i:. On Ninth Month 22d. 1014. HOW.
ARD A. SUCKLE In his M.th year. Itela.
tlves and friends nro Inviti.i to nttcnj tho
funeral, on SUth-dav. tha Slth. at 2 ;I0 p m .
from bis lato residence, II Wen Prospect
ave., Moorestonn N. J. Train leuvea Mar
J,et si. ferry. Philadelphia, at 1.23 p. m.
Trolley, foot of SIark.it at.. Camden, l:Bi
U5tger), sister of Elfzabetfi Wolff, pom Wer.
Ser. llenrv c Dotger and the lato Andrew
. and Wllilim if Dotwr. Interment at
rATTKHSOX. On September 23, 10H, JO
SEPH D. PATTERSON, husband of the late
Martha rattnrson, aged 81 years. Funeral,
SfMiday, Sept. 28. at 2 p. m., from WH Roy
den at., Camden, N. .1, Interment private, at
PATTERSON. On September 24.1014.SUSAN
PATTERSON, Funeral on Rfttiirday, nl 7 W
a. m from 849 N. 12tli at. Solemn Requiem
Mass at Church of the Assumption nt 10
n. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
PETERSON. On September 2l. 1014. AN
DERS, husband of Anna Peterson, nged 00
years. Funeral services en Sunday, at 2 p.
m nt 230 West Stella st. Interment at Hill
OriNX. ROBERT QUtNN, 14 months. 211
West Jefferson st.
nOSENMEHO. TJETTV ROSENHERO, 4t
years, 1303 Uermantnwn ave.
HALTER. On September 21. 1011. CARO
LINE C. SALTER, wife nf William R
Halter. Funernl nn Saturday, nt 2 p. m..
from 3.11.1 Howell st., Wlsslnomlnp;. Inter
ment nt Magnolia Cemetery.
SATURDAY. On September 23, 1014, BAR
BARA, widow of Hudson Saturday. Funernl
rrom 38 Blslhnm St.. Mt. Holly. N. J., on
HEATHS. . ,
Monmouth St., Gloucester City, N. J. IfUH
Mass at St. Mary's Church at l a. m. Jn
terment at New Cathelral Cemetery,
SNYDER. On September 24, 1014, at Pmi'
bvterlan Homo, r.sth ami Oreenwty itv.. AN
TOINETTH V M widow of John el. flnytlen
In her 78tli year. Relatives and frlendi r
Invttfd to attend the funeral service, on
Monday mornlhp. 28th Inst , at 0 o'cltWk pr
clsely, at the residence of her son-ln-Uw,
Mr. Ifrman C. Horn, 1432 N. 18tb at. In
terment nt Orwlgsbilrg, Pa.
RPIVASK. ROSE SPIVA8K-, IS monlju. St
STEVENSON. At Sewell, N. .1.. on Septem
her 21, 1014, O. II., husband of Sarah A.
Stevenson (nee Snagg). Due notice of th
funeral will be given, from his son's rel
dence. Harry 8, Stevenson, 0110 Viola it.
(.-2d nnd Pnrksld ave.).
STEtViWIT. On September 23, 1014, at New
conconl, o.. ANNA .1, wife of 11. H. Stew
nrt nnd daughter of the tale, William, and
Ann Darkness Due notice of th funeral will
STOKE1. On September 2.1. 1011. MORDIB
f'f r, STOKES, runeral. Monday, Sept.
28. nt 2 30 p. m . at Wenonah M E. Church,
Wrnnnah. N. J. Interment at. Wrnorish
Cemetery. Train leaves Market et.; Phlla.,
h. 1 .'..I r. rt
11 ' "'I' "' . . , M. ..I,
on r-cpirnnii.r ...jifi.
..' !!,? i ' M It A U. S'iddenlv. on Peptem1ir.24..
"f.mi I nt Miami Fla.. WALTER STRAUSS,
' (.erne- nf Unta ,, ,hp )ntP (Samuel Strauss.,
. ... i m yearr. Duo notice of funeral wli
runeral will bo
Saturday. Sentemher 2n. nl n n. m
r...u-. b.,. ,.. . . ... .,,..
ui.iiui ii,jiit:e. iniermcm nl .mi. jiony v.rrne- i llnn
cj.-i;.., . . . ,.. . i 31 yenrc. Duo notice
n,,wiii,ni. un repiernoor zi. jhi, i,i.vin given later
J., husband of the late There.n A. Segrest. VAI ,;NTr,-K On September 24. 1014.
In his Sith year. Funeral nn Monday, at 8:30 nrnilOE W. VALENTINE, nged 8.1 years,
a. m., from 3120 Diamond st. Solemn Re- Relatives nnd filends, als Ridlant SIsr
qulem Mass at the f'hiirrh of the Most Pre- ; edge No 212. I. O. O. F , nn.l Veteran
clous Blood nl 10 ii, m. Interment private. Firemen' Association. r Invited to attend
SlirNDl.E. On September 2.1.101 1. MICHAEL ' the fune-nl services on Monday, the 23th
SMINULE Funeral pervlir,. nn Tuisdav at I In't . nt 2 p in. pro-lnlv nt his late, rest-
8 p. m . at the Post Roomi. .Itith nnd Market i dence 1C23 Vine st. Interment private.
Rts Interment nl .Mt. Mnrlnh CVmnlnrv I VI' V I if fit On Setltember 2.1. 11)14. DM-
SI.MON. At her resldenre. 220 North 18th TELLA If . wife of Warren T Wnlker. Kit
on Sentemlier 21.
widow of Philip Simon, nged till venrs.
nernl services on Monday, nt 2 n m . at tha
apartments of Oliver H. Bnlr, 1820 Chestnut
st. Interment strictly prlvnte.
SMITH. RUSSELL SMITH, 2." years, 2143
SNELL. On September 22 1014. PATRICK.
husband nf tho Inte Theresa flrnce Snell
Funeral on Saturday, nt 8 n. m.. from 33.1
ncrni nn Saturday, nt 3 n m . from 2103
North Hollywood st. Interment at Mt. Peace
Wt I'I'ER. On September 22. 1014. AtJOIjJ
Tt'S. husband of the 'tie Slargnret Wupper
(nee MeCnrmlck). Funernl nn Saturday, st
( 3D n m.. frnm 1210 South 12th St. Snl
emn Requiem Mnss nt the Church pf tha
Annunciation nt 10 a. m Interment at Holy
Cros Cemetery. -j
ItfJAI, KSTt'l'IJ 1'Olt Stl.R
ItlJW, USTATB VOll SAMS
' dafetWiifiiVhitl iriAiih H 4ehrliiteVJ--iHto,kritS.i
Prettiest Part Bala-Cynwyd:
ZV7X-ij,..VW -r- t yr .
. ,7ZJ i.. w7ssr.V5i.. - ;.' y'V-v, wrf.ii.T
IJcniitlful homes ltt a beautiful neighborhood- Kfttchea Lime or U.nlonl
Avenue, rjnwxi, Kery neikurui ihub in tn-m anu on uik piotB, wiin
spacious grounds and porches, churches, s houls and stores in tho neigh
T 1 C Qy l f f f f . G 1 Cf f " f fe
rricea rrom plj,vju zo 4no,Uvju r
Terms convenient to proHont conilltlon.s. Go by Pennsylvania Rail- a.
rouu, scnuyiKiii auey uiviiion, or renniviriuiM itunrouu. .wain i-inu. u.r
Market Street nicvatcd to .Jd street, then Uala car to City Line, ,b
IVTAIN DFFirF u.mo.n wr:. ami i,t.CAVi'i:n i-ikk, n.i..iiijJ!
ITlrtlll vjl l iv-l rV.MVVD. OPKN DAILY OU SUNDAY. JL
BALA-CYNWYD REALTY CO.
GKORGE C. SCOTT, President. 000-901 MORRIS CLDG., PIIII.
"Peace is Declared"
62nd St. North of Lansdowne Ave.
After withstanding n siefje extending a little over 3 months by
tho homc-bu! Inq: public
Dy the tei ms "f Mirrcnrtor eneh of tho 24 satisfied purchasers
retain their homes in exclianse lr the cash consideration of S370t).
We Have Only One Left
out of 2" houses
JOHN N. McGARVEY
of the Situation
MITCIIKI.I.. On Sentemher 2.V
A.,.-., vviuaw or unnert .Mltclu-I . Funernl ..n
Tuesday, nt 1 o m.. from TSI r-n iin.-i
st. Services at the Trinity Reformed Up's.
copal Church at 2 p. m Interment at Oak.
MINC.KV. At the William K. Rlklns Ma
sonic Orphdnnne, on September 21, mi I
MISSOURI MINOK.V, need 77 years. Fu
neral on Saturday, nt 2 p. m.. from tho
Oriihanace. llruad nnd Cavusn sts. Inter
ment at Mount lVaie Cemetery
5IONTIJOs. cin September 23. 1011, LEVI
II MO.NTltn.s.-s. huibnnd of Surah J. Mont
rss (nc-e Anu-r), atti Is jears I-uneral on
Saturda), at 2 p. m.. from 211 Vork st .
Cumdtn N J. l.itrrment irinto nt Fern
MOOItltV. On September 21 1014. TIIO.M VS
S VSll'EI , snn nl Thomnj, S and Roj,o
Monrbv aired l'i ars 10 ni. nths Services
at Church nf th- iim. I Shu herd. It .simont.
Ia , on Satutdav. ni 2 p in.
NKV In ciiarloit. V C on September 23
11114, ANNIH c ni.v. ufcel 63 ieara (nto
NEW SEMI-SUBURBAN HOUSES AD1vi ScWau
N-l ROM). 1IFTW l.KN 0JI) M) fi3)
I Mill I 1)1 I-MI I I Rl IN IIOMI -( OriUtTION
These homes are built of
tnn rnmhlnln? suburban
" le nith , itv lonvenleqces.
H'.uspi .'a tt front; lots an
'1 !.! Will satlsfv th.
ii, .wt c!iM.rminatliifr .hunie
u' r Thev have everv
n.Hiern innvenlence found
u the i r.mplete home of to.
v Une riiuetry tloors.
irMe shr.Mcr baths, cen-
r 1 1 plant he.it, etc.
ll. I'KRCIVAI. .IOHNSON
Ilull.lpr nn.l Owner
Mhv he renrheil either via
'..ted. UHBi-lnr north up
"'I; -t . overbru.ik tars on
in h st.. or I- R. n. frorri
nEAIi ESTATE KOIl SALE
nni. i:stti: Fun svi.n
1IR.VRV 11 iiTTFN.V IMl II.UWUOU
I.AMJ I'll S IIUI.DIMI.S
Water Front Lots $300.00
Five Mite IWm h sha an int.reu3i In n
?el viluitttnn (-f ". pnn CENT. PEtt
ANN't'M KiJU 13 YU.MtH I'AST.
KtiMtfBt Grow ins if wort.
Ilankn n'Xt 10 AtUntlc City.
fdfe uartinw investment.
Hems mot hri or bonds.
No Iohh of principal posdible.
CJreut pmflta asbureJ
Jiull t -in.ttl apartments or bunsalowa,
tvhkh ren( well.
Kor Inform ition Call, 'Phone or Write.
FARNUM & CONNOR
(Selliii,? Agents. II II Ottem.' Five Mllo
Ilea, h Il.ldliii,-s)
231 REAL ESTATE TRUST BLDG.. 'HLA.
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IVlln Kviinnlun Sunti. 7 2'i A. M..
Cry This Ad it Woith $5 00 on a Lot Purchase
JIEAI. IISTATC FOIl ItlB
On Ridley avenue, at the lake; n.w bunia
low; living, dlnln. model kitchen. 3 bed
rooms nnd bath, room for 3 rooms In second
story: hot-water heat, laundry, hardwood fln
Ish, front and side porches, lot, 60163: old
had; lake) Mew; price, 14200; only on Uft.
On y $800 In cash required. Five miaut'
walk front station. Ttlepboqe.
917 South 15th Street, Phila.
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UATHS with SHOWER Interior fliilsh, , mah.Kjnv I vrjilunu i.uMii u, I in ,
white I.lvlnff room mission, nnd all lellent . undm ,n ii ai ( mi rutial i I ,ni
modern appointments- Bleeplnr I'orch Nearl an an. u. i ii i. , ,- I , , ,
u &ju iuu i. ,k at 'n fi j . $12,000
In excellent nebehborhood,
ONLY 7000 i
A NEW HOU8H, Colonial desien 0 !
rooms, 2 baths. Finished In whit, anil
mauocany, cricK porch, steam neat and
all inodsrn couvcnUnres. Lot 60x210. . tUI setiion H.,u has 'J ruin
Within two blocks of station. 'all modern convenlen.es 000
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at small omi a er hand-om uid
fathioned bitik house mushuti laie
lot liMx-MD vnh beautiful ..id h ide
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Chestnut and 22d Sts
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EN SUITE OR 81NQLB ROOMS
S. E. Cor, 4tK nd Walnut Sts.
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Live Money for Live Mortuaees !
ln l, J" ""- amount, no dvan?. I
fand fu'l rani unrs Immedltteb
HORACE K. READ I
ill UUOAUWAY, KEW YORK I
()L? CoIonial Mansion,
V in a most pictur
esque section of
Germantown; one block
from Tulpeliocken Station;
also accessible by trolleys.
This property consists of
a 15-room house, surround,
ed by old shade trees; haa
hot-water h c a t, electric
lights, hardwood floors and
two baths; lot, 187x138 feet.
This property can be pur
chased at a little more than
the value of the ground.
For full particulars ad
dress owner, Box L 720,
A FEW VACANCIES
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See Sample Houses '
4832 North Fifth Street '
516 Eleanor St. Price $3200
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pr,inu.in tidkriiicni laundry, lectrlc
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6TH ST., BELOW ROCKLAND ST
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