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FIGHT TO BREAK
MRS. MOTS WILL
Mother Cuts Off Three of
' Five Children From $6000
Estate for Alleged Disre
The contested wilt of Margatet McCoy
was nilmlttcd to probnto today by Reg
ister of AVIIU Shechan, who dismissed
the caveat of Margaret McCaffrey, a
daughter. Ignored In the. will.
Mrs. McCoy died In St. Mary's Hospital
Oanunry S, 1911. She directed In the will,
executed November 27, 1512, that her $000
estate be held In trust for her two
Children, James J. and Catherine Mct'o,
and after their death to revert to St.
Man's Hospital and St. Augustine's
Church, Foutth and N'ew streets.
The clause In the will that Impelled
Margaret McCaffre.v, the daughter, to
flip the cnAcnt rends "It Is mj dolre
that itiv other shlldren shall not receive
nny portion of m estate, nameh, Mary
Kelly Margaret McCaffrey and Thonns
McCoy, on account of their disrespectful
and unfrlendl treatment of me, fot 1
do not consider that their conduct has
entitled them to anv consideration of re
membrmco from me In this, my last will
The cae.it filed by the daughter was
on the ground that her mother did not
posse's sufficient testamentary rapacity
to dispose of hei erfects and that undue
Influence had been everted upon her
mother by the legatees named In the
Ilcglster of Wills Sheehan In admitting
the will to probate stats tlmt evidence
submitted In numerous hearings failed
to sustain the allegations
An estate of JlSj.fXM Is devised In the
will of Elizabeth 13. Hepburn, wife of
TV. Horace Hepburn, nttorney-nt-law, to
her husband, one daughter and k sons.
Mrs. Hepburn died at Ventnor, N .1.
The Women's Guild, of the Church of
the Restoration, Is bequeathed $oOO from
the $93 000 estate of I'armella L H.isklns,
formerly of 15J3 North 13th street. The
remainder of the estate Is ben.uc.itul to ,i
daughter, Cora H Haes, and grand
daughter. Ethel H. H.ijts.
The will of Marj Hughes, who died
In the Philadelphia Hospital, bequeaths
portions of her $4000 estate to a number
of relatives and directs that the residue
be divided equally among St Vincent's
Home, St. John's Male Orphan Asylum,
and the Little Sisters of the Poor, ISth
and Jefferson streets
Other wills probated today are. Fanny
Miller, S47 North Randolph street, dis
posing of an estate of 515,900, Annie
Kelly. 1S5S North 23d street, 364S: Emily
H. Mitchell. M7 A est Lehigh avenue,
J2700; Hum Walden. 3211 Columbia ave
nue, S.TOO. Hannah Ford, 2127 Naudaln
Letters were granted In the Intestate
estate of Mary E Byrnes, who died In
the Ie L,ince Hospital, leaving $12.f)1,
Abraham Tandler, Brantwood, Pi , $7000;
Linda E Lewis, 143S North 12th street,
$3361 Peisonal piopim of Sarah Grcely
has been appraised at S.SW 7S
Tllden, of the! Board of Education,
nayard Henry, former Stat Senator and
representatives of the district high
Br. f, II. Keyser has selected the list
of historical books on Ocrmantown and
dally papers and has prepared a list of
the names of pupils to be placed In the
cornerstone. The program has been ar
ranged by George P farrow, widely
known In Germantown business circles,
In co-operation with Instructors of the
district high schools
All societies In Germantown have' been
invited to participate In the ceremonies
and a rtcoid turnout is expected. Ger
mantown has been looking forward for
uius to the new High School.
TODAY'S MABRIAGE LICENSES
CORNERSTONE LAYING AT
GERMANTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
Dr. Brumbaugh Principal Speaker.
Chorus Singing a Feature of Event.
The cornerstone of the new German
town High School at Germantown ave
nue and High street, will be laid this
afternoon at 3 o'clock with Dr Martin
G Brumbaugh as the principal speakci.
The Rev. Charles Wesley Burns, pastor
of the First Methodist Episcopal Church,
will open the ceremonies with an in
vocation. The school song of the Geimantown
District High School for girls will be
sung by a chorus made up of the pupils,
and another chorus of bovs from the
district high school will follow Ad
dresses will be delivered by William T
Join S M,er. Jnai Woodland
flora (Irme 41124 Woodland rvo.
Uenrjte t. Damn '.'Id Oxford St..
. I'elle Clenr J4H7 Oxrord M.
laic L. Ilensleln .".SU Hndfleld
l-inei is (.Titer. -" N. ruii t
Mtrtln J ttulnli. r.'ls Gernmntouti avc
Mirj Krnn, 122.1 Alrdrle st
Samuel tlretlrh, oat .V. Hnn.lolpli at ,
lilni Hoover. 17.'.! ,S Wllllngtnn t.
rtotiert WaRiior, 4447 lllrhninnd St.,
l.llll-in JI Mangle). .,000 ilirilrn at.
Lrnpst L. (Illlicrt. 2(nj 12. Htelln uvo.
'"lie J. HiinniMM, iini rcmirald t
Chides H Nonnmnker, Jr.. ",220 J'.irksMe
ave , and .Mar K. Noble, 'TM PArksldc
Clmrles I, lln.lsrcr. 12s N Kclton at., and
Jeinnette .Tnlmnon. 4077 Warren t.
0 if ii J Mulvanej, Newark, N. J , ami M.imle
IlUhih.l Mc,,,,- V f
William J. 12ngll-h. Jr.. Sil" York toad, nnd
I Margaret It. Oorman. Hon Duller st.
John W Allen. 121s. Kcnltuonh St., and
. '"arli'l'e Miller 12ld Kenllworlli st.
Ji hn F I2rh.ir.l, ,iro Hunter st., ntnl tierirude
A Hon t44o N. ltro.nl t.
i llarrj Flhr 4! N. Hobtrt st.. nnd Marls
h Ifert. lot N i,0tli st.
Marcus 11 Yirnall. 4,"in Main t . and Mar-
JMret fJraKer. 4.rto Maker l.
A.loIprtUa 11. Thi.iiipsin. 150 N. Hlh tt and
Kata Haiicrarek. Manaiunk.
John A Wilson. Jr. 24)7 Hilton St., an 1
lara Hrllui.rth. Wis N s t tit st.
L ii"" r.C I,Uthi". 'I"i lHuphln st , and Alma
elln 22(1 Cirmn at.
ifrnr. v. ltrcli .vot Wnlusing avc, and
Marjtiret Alrhlnal, 0J7 N. ,17th st.
J!",.1'"'. ''oluml'la. l'a . and Anna M.
imlth, rilumblri, Pa.
Hjnrv A Lehman, s N. ,14th st and Ma U
Turner, I'am.Ien, N. J.
Albert lljin, -.4m VM st , and 12liheth
i hamhcrKln. 'ivto N. Watr st
Allium TCrossm-in 24lli !- firth st , an 1
rJ . i V Mab"r. 2tli VVomlng avc.
DotnlnUk : Mar.in.imio 1111 Kimball st. ,an 1
.Mary n'Mallpj. 2I1S Heee st.
Ororge E. Mircham. Jr.. Hnrrlsburg, Pi. an.l
Alargerv ?rlest, 200.1 lMh st.
Alvln -N. Wilcox. 2711 (. st.. and Mars G,
1 njrts,h 4.-12 N. Mth st
Jnsrf Itideck 2.1m Thompson ! , and Helen
ltnzlzlpk,i 2i.Hl V Kdimnnt at.
Elnard J Plant. 27 HI N Warn.uk st . and
atharlnn A Kelli 2-lo N Warn nk st.
JniiHs i: Hueencv ills-, t.Mnsstnn St., anil
Marv Melius lt, lis-, r.l InRston st
Edward fpeiThle. .T.10-) ninnsbach t.. an!
Ixiulae 12. Melncl low D st
Ilarrv White n.".l Worth si, an I Elizabeth
A Ielh, mux Hagcrman at
Danll K Krashen 171s N. sad t , nn(
Clai.i A TonhJ. 17.11 .V. .'.'id st.
-flir.l A. N'lehnlo Allmtnnn. Va ami
Mai el 12 Herkel AIIenlnn. Va.
Harr Mmw. sun" s (! irnet st , and Barbara
Knnle. J.'ll W. Oxford st
Alhvn C Maxtnn 2.T, N. 22d St., .nd Usthcr
. Ash. K.'.' ll.irton st
Ed.iard A Ilrdnmn I. sift x 411,1 ,t nm
Marguerite (turns 44 . .s.ilfnrd st.
namon.l J Williams s w. Wlshnrt t.,
ami .Mars Kells, ls.it u OrIean t
William H lirerman "lil Have-ford ave
nrd (lertrule c Itimbrlck. 2.'"ii Titan st
John Heultt .113s Agate st , and Stella M.
Itobinson, 21.-,s tlj.ul t.
Hnrs 1). Pnoth Jr, Huntlns.lon Pa., and
Leonora Dennlston Ofrmintoun
W. M James I.a (irange. Jr , S4 N Taney
si . and nm C Kane. S4'i N. Tanes t.
Whllam 1! Jones Jims N 17th a' , and
Lillian I.elnls 1311 Wjomlng live
Ch-vrl-s Morris. 4 IIP, N 10th st , and Anna
I-ester, Pitman, N. J.
SUNDAY SCHOOL IN
BIG PARADE MARE
GREAT PEACE PLEA
Sixteen Girls Bearing Golden
Crosses Act as Mayor's
Messengers in Demonstra
tion Churches Aid.
ADMITS HE ROBBED GARAGE
Admitting the theft of automobile
accessories while emploved as a helper
in a garage. Clarence ricming. a Xogro,
2112 Bolton street, was held in SOW ball
for 11 further hearing, on October 2, by
Magistrate Morris this morning
il I'. Sticker, vv ho owns the garage
at IKS North 2'th stteet, testified that
Fleming systematically robbed him of
tlies and tubes
SKteen little git Is, In Immaculate white,
each caiivlng a lntge white flag doco
luted vvlth a large golden cross, were
sent by Mavor Blatikenburg this after
noon as messengers of peace to more
than 100,000 Christian men, women nnd
chlldten, assembled In 1C sections of the
city, Joining In what probably was the
greatest church demonstration held In
The occasion was the nfth annual Sun
day school pai.tde of the Philadelphia
County Sunday School Association, but
it wns fur mote than a parade. It was
a monster demonstration made by men.
onitn nnd children In more than a score
of scctlonnt parades, it was n magnifi
cent appeal for peace throughout the
In these das when nil the leading
nations of Hutopo nre engaged In ter
rible conlllcts, the olllclals of the Sunday
School Association decided to make the
annual demonstration one for pence.
Mnyor Blnnkenburg nnd other prominent
men of the city joined henrtllj In the
movement Tho result wns that a bin
centril meeting was held In the Cham-bers-W.vlle
PresbMerlan Church, Broad
stteet, below 1'lne, and the 18 white-clad
chlldten. tanging In ages from 3 to 10
years, were there presented with the per
sonal message ftom the Mnot. and wcic
escotted hv tho Hevlew Committee to
their different sectional assemblies where
the messages vveie turned over to the
marshals In chntitc untl read to the thou
sands of waiting Sunday school olllccrs,
teachers and pupils.
ClIfHCHUS MAKR APPRAU
The meeting In the Chnmbeis-Vv'.vlle
Church wns nn enthusiastic areal for
peace and good-will to all men. Follow
ing the singing of "Stand t'p for Jesus,"
a peace praver was offered by the Rev.
Dr. J Grant Newman, the pastor, and
then John Walton, president of the County
Association, spoke a brief word of wel
come This wns followed by more lng
Ing and gteetlng by John Wanamaker
and President Kussell H. Conwell, of
Temple University. Then came the spe
cial demonstration for peace.
George H. Streaker, chairman of the
genernl committee In charge of the
parades and meetings, received on the
platform little Richard Moore, who car
ried a beautiful American flag, and the
bov was followed by the 1G small girls,
who unfurled their banners of gold and
wliltf Director Harte of the Department
of Health, as the representative of Major
Blankrnburg, spoke brieflv to the young
(.our.vrs and then sent them nwa), each
with the Major's peace message tightly
c!-ispd In her hand
Outside automobiles were waiting for
the messengers, and the reviewing party.
Headed bv two motorej'cle policemen and
an automobile In which were Marshall
Stre liter and fcome of his aides, the 16
machines carried the girls down Broad
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Gorson's Automobile Exchange
238-240 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
street t6 Itltner And theri .the partr
counterniBrehed nnd continued lip llroad
street na far ns Hunting: Park Avenue.
As It passed northward on both sides
there wero thousands of men, women
nnd children, nil of them carrying; flags
nnd banners, and the cheerful words of
"Onward, , Chrlstlnn Soldiers,' were
spread on" the breeze from tens of thou
sands of voices,
TUB MATOIl'S MESSAGE.
The message from Stayor Blankenburg
"To the Sunday School Scholars, Teachers
ami Officers of Philadelphia:
"As Mayor of the City of Brotherly
Lovo-tho-clty of Wllllum Tcnn, found
ed with Ills .messaire nf neace It Is
Brntlfylnflr, Indeed, particularly at this
time, to nnd you expressing throughout
the clly, In jour parades, assemblies
nnd reviews. Rood will townrds all In
our land and prayers for peace among;
"May every one of your schools have
the richest blessings of divine love. May
oii prove a power for good In the pres
ent older and the rising young genera
tion of Phllndelphlnn.
"As you march throuch out streets.
loyal to your country nnd to your Master,
may you truly be 'keeping step with
God't truth,' nnd may you show your af
fection for your fellows In your love
for the "1'rlnce of Peace."
"Ever faithfully yours,
BROAD STREET REVIEW".
All the division demonstrations, with
the exception of those in Kensington,
Fiankford, Germantown and West Phila
delphia, marched Into Broad street nnd
weie cither marching or standing nt at
tention when the automobile, bearing the
icvlew parties, arrived. Tho machines
with the child peace messengers stopped
ut each district's waiting place, nnd the
messages were rccched amid cheers nnd
The other district celebrations were sent
the Mayor's greeting also by the couriers
In machines, so that It wns read before
nil of the 100,000 nnd more persons who
assembled nt the sectional mcctlnns, at
which there veto programs of singing,
and prominent cleigymcn nnd laymen
150 BANDS PLAY,
Each of the district columns was
headed by n band, nnd the divisions and
many of the schools nlso had musical
organizations with them, so that patri
otic music wns played In every section
of the city by almost 150 bands. And all
along the lines the marchers Joined In
lnglng the oldtlme hymns, and such stir
ring songs as "Ameilca" and "My Coun
try, 'TIs of Thee" were heard every
where Thousands of visitors from all parts of
rennslvanla and New Jersey lined the
etreets ahtf watched tho Christian march
era ns they passed, and cheer upon cheer
went tip from their throats and urged
the Sabbath school workers on their
mission of peace.
Among tho prominent persons who
attended the meeting nt the Chambers
Wylle Church nnd vVho reviewed tho
parade were the Rev, Itussell H. Conwell,
the Rev. Floyd Wi Tomklns, John Wana
maker, Dr. George W.- Bailey. Director
George V Porter, Dr.- Frank W. Lange,
George II. Strcnkor, John Baker Tuttle,
George G. Zloglcr, John S. Klenk. John
M. Doran, William H. Emhnrdt, Chnrles
Rlshoff, George M Chew, John M. Neff.
Henry G. TaJmndge, Charles Franken
bergcr, city officials nnd Renr Admiral
Cnpcrton, of tho navy nrd.
The representatives of the committee
In the various districts were Walter W,
Alison, Albert Chance, N. K. Feglcy,
Chnrles II. Leldlg. J. Leroy Carroll, John
Baker Tuttle, Eugene J. Moyer, Arthur
Smith, If, U Wjnno, Robert M. Gunn,
George H Paul, John E. Cunnane, Joseph
Crawford, Gtorge W. Campbell, Edward
Post, Samuel A. Dlller, It. C. Krcmer,
J. Lester Copeland, W. S, Montgomery
nnd Henry C. Albln,
DELEGATES AT TROY
CHEER BIG PROJECT
UNVEIL TABLET OF GEN. WAY
Historical Society of Ccester County
Participates in Celebration.
WEST CHESTER, Sept. 28. The sev
enth nnnual historic commemoration of
tho Chester County Historical Society, as
sisted by members of tho Delaware,
County organization, took place this af
ternoon at "Waynesboro," the Wayne
homestead, occupied by William Wayne,
near the scene of the Paoll mnssacte. A
handsome bronze tablet dedicated to Gen
eral "Mad" Anthony Wayne was unveiled
ijnd dedicated with appropriate ceremonies
In the presence of n. Inrgo crowd. Com
pany I, Sixth Regiment, N. G. P., of this
place, was present,
Tho society erected many markets dur
ing the last seven years, notably on the
Brandy wine battlefield, near here; at A'al
ley Forge, Pnoll nnd other historic spots.
Colonel Aso Bird Gardiner, of Rhode
Island, secretary-general of the Society
of the Cincinnati, of which General Wayne
was the llrst president, spoke nnd Major
General W. W. Whlthcrspoon, chief of
staff of the United States army, was
present an personal representative of
President Wilson. Students of the public
schools led the singing and lcndcicd u
Prof, G. Morris Philips, principal of the
West Chester State Normal School and
president of tho Chester County Society,
made the presentation address and Prof.
John Uussell Hayes, of Swnithmore Col
lego, read nn original poem. The Rev.
Mr. Alden W. Qulmby, of Berwyn, was.
In charge of the deotlonal exercises.
Applaud Secretary Daniels'
Advocacy of Canals That
Will Connect New Eng
land With Florida Peninsula.
TROi N. V Sept. 2S.-A steamboat
carrying the dclbgates to the seventh an
nual convention of the Atlantic Deeper
Waterways Association, and their guests,
arrived here shortly after 10 o'clock to
day. The paily had been transferred
In Albany, an hour before, from the
steamer Berkshire to the smaller craft,
which passed close to the river work
being done In this section to enable the
visitors to get a good look at the Improve
ments. Assembling In parade formation, under
tlio auspices of a committee of prominent
citizens, tho visitors proceeded In a body
to the music hall, whero the day's exer
cises were opened with a brief address
by Congicssman J. Hampton Moore, of
Philadelphia, president of the assocla-'
Mayor Cornelius F, Burns, of Troy,
delivered tho address of welcome on bo
half of tho city. Lieutenant Governor
Piank E. Howe, of Vermont, made the
Secretary of tho Navy Daniels again
gave his approval to the waterways
movement. He was applauded on being
Introduced by Mr. Moore, and when ho
gave emphasis to the need of Inland
waterways that will connect New Eng
lnnd with the Florida peninsula, via
canals In New Jersey, the Delaware
River, tho Dclawaro and Chesapeake
Canal and through other Inland stream
In tho South, he wns loudly cheered.
Tho other speakers at the morning sos
slon wore Congressman J. Charles Lln
tlilcum, of Maryland; Congressman Rich
mond Pearson Hobson, of Alabama, and
William S. Rennet, former Congressman
from New York city. Franklin K. Lane,
Secretary of the Interior, nnd Speaker
Champ Clark were also on the program
for addresses, but were detained In Wash
ington. The nfternoon program beginning at 2
o'clqck, Included a (Up, to Waterfii
mltUo fof itn Inspictlon of the fife
flight of five concrete locks by Mi J
ma ubibb cunai uxecnas 169 feet tfl
Mohawk Rlvef; Tho afternoon exercte.!
were held on the grounds adjoining iKa..
of George Clinton, Jr., great grnds0'
6f Governor Dewltt Clinton, rounder m
tho Erie canal, who spoke 'briefly, xw
were speeches by Congressmen and III
The delegation Is due hero at 6 o'tWi ,1
... .w.....n .... u .nun. nip io 1, ,
bany, whero they will be transferred 1,
tho , Berkshire. Dinner will be ,?
nboard tho latter vessel, after which th
ofTlcerB will be elected, together im!
the reading of nnnual reports. Mr. Ben
net will prcsldo at that Besslon.
The Berkshire Is scheduled to , i
from Albany to New York at 9 o'tlofV
tonight nnd Is due In the latter cltv t
8130 Sunday morning. ' "'
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25 CLAY MINERS ENTOMBED 1
Several Badly Hurt When Dug Out
nn Hour Later.
KITTANNING, Pa Sept. 2S.-Twcnly.
five clay miners were entombed for mor
than nn hour today at tho mine of the
Klttnnnlng Brick nnd Flro lay ompany '
near here, following a heavy fall of cl
near the entrance, ,
Superintendent Earl Martin led a rescti.
lng party nnd the workmen were dug
out, several badly hurt.
How many people think of paint
ing their roofs and spouting befora
leaks are detected? As a matter of
fact the painter should follow the
tinsmith. Indeed, St is often economy
to let the painter go ahead first. To.
day have Kuchnle inspect your roof.
If it needs painting it needs
Painting and Decorating
Get Our Estimate first
Both Phones 28 South 16th St.
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licists and political leaders of the Fatherland, the German viewpoint
of the circumstances leading up to the present war and why the
Kaiser and the Reichstag were compelled, in self-defense, to enter into
the conflict is given.
Here is a list of the men who acted as the committee and board of
editors in preparing this document :
Ballin, Chairman of the Board Directors,
Prince von Bulow, Hamburg,
Dr. R. W. Drechsler, Director of the American
Dr. Dryander, Chief Court and Cathedral
Dr. Baron von der Goltz, General Field
Von Gwinner, Director of the German Bank,
Prof. Dt. von Harnack, Berlin.
Prince von Hatzfeldt, Duke of Trachenberg,
Dr. Heineken, Director of the North German
Prince Henckel von Donnersmarck.
Paul Dehn, Author, Berlin.
Dr. Drechsler, Director of the American In
stitute, Berlin. ,
Matthias Erzberger, Member of the Reichstag,
Prof, Dr, Francke, Berlin.
Dr. Kaempf, President of the Reichstag,
Prof. Dr. Eugen Kuhnemann, Breslau.
Prof. Dr. Lamprecht, Leipsig,
Dr, Theodor Lewald, Director of the Depart
ment of the Interior, Berlin.
Franz von Mendelssohn, President of the
Chamber of Commerce, Berlin.
Prince Munster-Dernburg, Member of the
House of Lords.
Count von Oppersdorff, Member of the House
of Lords and of the Reichstag, Berlin.
Count von Posadowsky-Wehner.
Dr. Walther Rathenau, Berlin.
Viktor, Duke of Ratibor,
BOARD OF EDITORS
B, Huldermann, Director of the Hamburg
American Line, Hamburg.
D, Naumann. Member of the Reichstag, Berlin.
Count von Oppersdorff, Member of the Prus
sian House of Lords, Member of the
Dr. Schmidt, Ministerial Director, Berlin.
Prof. Dr. von Schmoller, Berlin.
Count von Schwerin-Lowitz, President of the
House of Deputies.
Wilhelm von Siemens, Berlin,
Friedrich, Prince of Solms-Baruth. -Max
Siegfried Wagner, Bayreuth.
Von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, Berlin,
Prof. Dr. Wundt, Leipsig.
Princess Henckel von Donnersmarck.
Duchess von Ratibor.
The Baroness Speck von Sternburg,
Madame von Trott zu Solz.
Dr, Ernst Jackh, Berlin.
Count Reventlow, Author. Charlottenburg.
Dr. Paul Rohrbach, Teacher in the Commer
cial High School, Berlin.
Dr. Schacht, Director of the Dresden Bank,
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