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REDUCTION OF STEEL
DIVIDEND MET WITH
MUCH FAVOR IN N. Y.
Small Disbursement That
Was Earned Better Than
Large One, Which Would
Add to Deficit.
The reduction of the United States Steel
common dividend was regarded with gen
eral favor In New York, moat of the com
ment beli'R tl,nt " wns uottcr l0 AW n
tmall dividend that was earned than n
large one, which would add to the deficit
of the two preceding ijuartcrs.
tt was expected that tho decreased dis
tribution would ho reflected In pressuro
In the open mnrkct, hut, although there
was n marking down of tho trading quo
tation to $ the supply was scunt and tho
few offers enmo probably from tho small
fry speculators, who are working on their
Probably too much importance has been
attached to tho scattered offerings of
money at concessions from rates charged
on standing1 loans. Tho various now
loans mado In tho past few weeks reach
t comparatively small aggregate and do
not Indicate any material Increase In
Bupply. The biinles, Instead of working
for relaxation In tho money situation, aro
devoting their efforts to strengthening
their own position.
With the practical retirement of. tho
Clearing Houso certificates, theso efforts
are now directed to tho return of emer
gency currency. Today tho Now York
banks lost J2,770,000 to tho subtreosury In
payments for tho purposo of retiring
emergency circulation, nnd It Is hardly
to be expected that there will bo a lib
eral supply of money or a normal finan
cial condition In tho security market un
til all these notes are retired by tho Now
Tho exchango situation, on tho other
hand, docs not command tho attention' It
deserves. With sterling exchange back
to normal rates, when Insurance and
other Increased charges aro considered,
It Is not comprehended that this situa
tion could exist If tho fears of nn avn
lancho of foreign security holdings on
our market still constituted a menaco to
our financial affairs.
Because of this somo of the leading
dealers In foreign exchango assort that
tho chief obstnelo to tho reopening of tho
Stock Rxchnngo has been removed, and
that tho foreign exchango rates in them
selves indicate that any danger of for
eign selling has either been removed or
amply provided for.
Dealings In municipal bonds nnd short
tlmo maturities contlnuo brisk, Pcnn
aylvanla 3,4s nro 08 bid nnd all the np
I.roved short-term notes nre ranging well
above tho July 30 prices. Tho now Now
York city loan Issues, contlnuo firm and
a good demand Is In ovldcnco for tho
long-tlmo city Issue.
Sterling exchango ruled steady today,
with demand at 4,00 nnd cables at i.OCCA.
There was an Increased business In Paris
exchange, reflecting broadening of com
CHINESE STUDY U. S. FINANCE
Federal Heservo System to Bo Ex
amined by Oriental Commission.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2S.-Under tho
guidance of the Chinese Minister,
Kal Fu .Shah, a. special commission of
Chinese this week will enter into a close
study of the now Federal rcservo system
and tho Treasury methods of national
finance. The commission, which has Just
arrived In Washington, was appointed by
President Yunn Shi Kai, nnd includes in
Its membership Wang Chlng-Fnng and
The commission is accompanied by n
suite of secretaries and interpreters, nnd,
as it Is on a roving commission, It prob
ably will visit other Governments before
returning to Pekln to report. After com
pleting their investigations here, how
ever, the commissioners expect to proceed
to New York to look into tho financial
machinery of tho metropolis.
FAVOR U. S. CONTROL
Wesern Hallroad Executives Approve
Government Juris lictlon Plan.
CHICAGO, Oct. 2S,-Vcstern railroad
executives went on record today as favor
Ins tho plan of President 13. I'. Ripley, of
tho Santa Fe system, that all railroads In
the United States be placed under Gov
ernment control with a Government rep
resentative on the directorate of each
road nnd In return a Government guar
anty of adequate dividends.
C. G. Hurnhnm, vice president of tho
Chicago. Burlington and Qulncy, gave out
a statement Indorsing the plan, nurnlmm
complained that, under the present sys
tem, one branch of tho Federal Govern
ment fixes railroad rntes, another fixes
labor eusts hy compelling arbitration of
labor dinicuittes, while many different
Stale bodies make regulations regarding
service. These various governmental
agencies should be consolidated, he said.
New York banks lost to the Subtreasury
yesterday f3.013.COO, and lost since Fri
An official of the American Car nnd
Foundry Company said today: "Two
thirds of our plants are running, nnd
these about 60 per cent, and almost en
tirely upon repair work, Thereforo we
will curtail further and closo our St.
Louis and Madison, 111., plants within a
fortnight, to remain closed until the rail
road situation improves."
Retiring directors of the New York
Shipbuilding Company were re-elected nt
the annual meeting. All officers of the
company were re-elected by the directors.
Directors and bankers Interested in the
securities of the Interstate Railways nro
now conducting the nnnual inspection trip
the company's traction lines.
The running time of the mills of the
united States Steel Corporation In the
"ttsburgh. district now is about 40 per
cent, of capacity. Tho Carnegie Steel
company's works at Rellalre, O., have
rn closed until after November 15, and
Hie Steel Corporation's tlnplate plants at
wnester, W. Va., havo suspended opera
The gross earnings of tho K. I. du Pont
o Nemours Powder Company for the nine
jV?a ending September 30, 1911, were
MiT-T06, decrease 91.319,991: net earnings
H51a.KI0, decrease $111,500.
from J"" ,p--tober. . siu.ono ws.noo
cruov j,j,y i 2.039.5O0 31U.5UO
ThiM I,l"ISVH.Ln ANBKAPIHIU1
w Jluy J, t 17.SU.11S 2,l,llj
FTNANCIALAND MARKET SITUATION
HEARINGS ON APPLICATION
TO RETAIN WATER LINES
Commerce Commission Will Listen to
Flea of Railroads.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23. Hearings on
tho applications of railroads for permis
sion to contlnuo to operate thoir water
lines under tho Panama Canal act will
bo held beforo Commissioner Clements
In Baltimore, beginning November 29, tho
Interstate Commerce Commission an
Tho Panama Canal act provides that
railroads must dispose of water linos they
own If the latter compete with tho rail
Among tho railroads to bo represented
nrn tho Pennsylvania, Seaboard Air Lino,
Unltlmoro, Chesapeake nnd Atlantic,
Maryland, Delaware and Virginia, South
ern, Atlantic Coast Line, Norfolk and
Western nnd tho Chosnpeako and Ohio.
START WORK HERE TO
RAISE CITY'S SHARE
OF BIG COTTON POOL
Local Bankers Anticipate No
Trouble in Raising $10,
000,000 of $135,000,000
Tho work of floating ?10,000MX)O ns this
city's sharo in tho 913S.OOO.OOO cotton pool,
to bo raised for tho relief of tho South
ern cotton planters, will bo started im
mediately, under the direction of Levi L.
Ituo, president of the Philadelphia Na
tional Bank, who hai boon named by
Secretary McAdoo as head of tho Phila
delphia delegation on tho Administrative
This commltteo will supervlso nnd han
dlo the entire fund for tho Government.
According to soveral members of tho
lending cotton firms in this city, tho
plan looks very good nnd more sensible
than the proposed "buy-a-bale-of-cotton"
movement, organized when conditions In
tho South heenmo serious.
Cotton today Is worth nbout VA cents
a pound nnd has stood at this price for
somo time, not reaching tho 10 cent
mnrk In many weeks. To buy a bale of
cotton at 10 cents was paying much more
than tho market price.
Tho plan ngrced upon by tho Govern
ment Is to lonn In tho neighborhood of
from 120 to $25 a bale on tho cotton In
warehouses. Tho cotton, nt tho present
market price of VA cents a pound, Is
worth between $35 and $40 a bale. The
Clearing Houso Associations In cities
whoro tho pool is to bo formed will be
ngenclcs for tho collections of tho allot
ments. When tho subscriptions havo been
mado. certificates will bo Issued to each
bank by tho general commltteo to tho
amount of Its subscriptions, and on this
amount a bank may obtain through the
National Currency Association emergency
loans to tho amount of 75 per cent, of Its
Mr. Hue, in chnrgo of the Philadelphia
fund, could not give out any definite plan
ns regards tho local fund, but no trouble
Is anticipated by local bankers in tho
raising of $10,000,000 among the local
NOTES OF THE RAIL
The revenues for tho month of July of
railroads doing a business of over $1,000,
000 for the year nmounted to $256,030,417
and operating oxponscs to $178,703,205, ac
cording to a statement issued by the
Interstate Commerco Commission today.
The net revenues from railway opera
tions nmounted to $77,331,152. Railway
taxes amounted to $11,360,266. The aver
ngo number of miles operated was 227,
748.96. Tho chnrgo of 22 cents per 100 pounds
on 01 carloads of wood pulp from Phila
delphia, to Covington. Vn., over the
Philadelphia and Heading Hallway wao
held to be reasonable by tho Interstate
Commerco Commission today. Tho ship
ment was sent by tho Dill Ts Collins
Company, of Philadelphia.
The Interstate Commerce Commission
held as unreasonable a charge of $3.20
per hundred pounds on shipments of wine
in wood from San Francisco to Philadel
phia over the Southern Pacific Hallroad.
Refrigeration rates on carload shipments
of deciduous fruit on transcontinental
railroads to various Eastern destinations
were held to be unreasonable by the In
terstate Commerco Commission today.
Points specially mentioned are Denver,
Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, New Or
leans, Philadelphia, New York and points
common to each city, and to points within
the States of Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
South Carolina and Tennessee. A mini
mum weight of 26.000 pounds per car was
held to bo reasonable
Increases In rates on Iron and steel ar
ticles over tho Philadelphia and Heading
Railway from points along Us line to Am
herst. N. S., St. John. N. R nnd Sloneton,
N, H., effective Novcmbor 3, were sus
pended by the Interstate Commerce Com
mission today until May 3, next.
The Interstate Commerce Commission
suspended until May 2 next proposed In
creases in class and commodity rates
over the St. Louis nnd San Frnnclsco
Railroad from Mitchell, Ind., and other
points north of tho Ohio River to CHve
Branch, Miss. The rates were to have
become effecttvo November 2.
DIVIDENDS NOT TAXABLE
TJ. S. District Court Judge Gives De
cision in Life Insurance Case,
HARTFORD. Conn., Oct. 28. Judge
Thomas, of the United States District
Court, has handed down a decision to
tho effect that dividends credited to
policyholders in life Insurance companies
to reduce premiums or to be applied to
renewal insurance aro not taxable as In
come under tho corporation Incomo tax
Tho decision was given In a suit broght
by two Insurance companies of this State
ugainst the Federal Internal Revenue Col
lector for this district The case prob
ably will be appealed.
Pennsylvania, Railroad, regular quarterly IVi
pr cent., payable November SO tu stock of
record Noi ember 2.
Northern National Rank, regular semiannual
1 j;r con!.. payable November 3 to stock of
record October 31.
American cilue Company, regular semi-annual
$1. paiable November 2 to stock of record Oc
l'enn National Hank, regular semi-annual 0
per rent., pajable November 3 to Mock of
record November 2.
Atuparo Mining- Company, regular quarterly
3 per cent.. iavable November 10 to stock of
record October 31.
NEW YORK BUTTER AND ECKJS
NEW YORK. Oct. W.- Butter Market firm.
He. t-lpu, TltiO package. Creamer tra,
3.1V higher ecorlng Mo . State dairy. 310
yjt limitation creamery. 23Vtf'-4o.
Fgrs-Mark-H, stea'ty to Arm. Iterelpta, 13.127
rsjis, r'ru'i, extra, firsts. 3132i'., freib,
flrita. 2"J i "c. nearby whites. 32ia55c.. Hear
ty, n"xcJ. itr05-., tc-!al ettrkj, 3Hjj35e.
FEELING IN WHEAT
RALLY AFTER FALL
Selling Scattered and De
mand Fairly Good Ex
ports Sell at Best Premium
CHICAGO, Oct. 28.-8ent!ment In the
wheat market today Is favoring a rally
after a three-day decllno The tone nt
tho outset was Irregular, with December
up ,& and May off Vs. but after tho start
prices were uniformly stronger. The Bell
ing was scattered and tho demand fairly
Export wheat sold todav nt tho best
premium over futures on the crop to dote,
It was said that the recent decllno had
checked selling by tho country, but tho
movement is expected to keep up for
somo time as n result of last week's
sales from tho farm. Yesterday's export
business exceeded 1,000,000 bushels.
Tho market at Liverpool closed ,4
to nid. lower. Australian wheat there,
howovor, was up Cd. Manitoba and
winter parcels wore down 3d. and Indian
offcro wore heavier. Crop advices from
India and Argentina remain favorable
Corn was Irregular at the start on con
tinued good weather for conditioning tho
now crop. Pit trndera were against tho
market at tho outset, but lator went over
to the buying sldo, and the market rallied
on purchasing by commission houses.
Princes at Liverpool closed lcl. lower.
Corn cargoes at Liverpool were weak nt
n decline of 6d. with plate offers free.
Oats was nctlvo and fairly firm, with
cash concerns tho best buyers. Liverpool
cabled thero was but small attempt
there to trade in foreign oats, as prlcei
were too high. Countries outside, of Great
Britain continue to buy freely and largo
contracts aro bolng made In Argentina for
Provisions stronger on disappointing re
ceipts of hogs nt tho yards and an atl
vanco of 10 cents In prices.
Lending futures ranged as follows:
Wheat Open. Mull. Low. closo.
Uccember 1.14 1.15V1 1.14'i 1.14J
May l.iuy4 1.20K l.lOii U.l"4s
Corn (new delivery)
December OS flS 071 '0i
May 70V4 "1 70S t70t
December 40W 40H 40 t4B'
May 62 M 62 132
October 10.00 10.07 10.00 tlO.OO
November 10.47 10.07 10.47 "10.47
January 0.00 0.07 0.00 0.85
January 0.82 0.85
January 1S.05 18.77
May 10.12 TlO.05
Old. f Asked.
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS
CHICAGO, Oct. 28. HOGS. Receipts, 24,
0;); market 10c. higher; mixed and butchera.
J7.103T.73; good heavy, $7.23ffl7.70: rough
heavy. J.tK&7.20: light, $7.1ll7.fl3; pigs, $515
m 23; bulk, 7.3fi07.OO. CATTLE. Receipts,
18,0110, market 10c. lower; beeves. $0. 401111;
cows and helfera, f.'l.fi0iTD.2fS; stockers and
feedcrr, $.".0f!8; Texans, J7.40OK Ry; calves,
JOOll. BIIEEP, Receipts, 24,000; market
strong native and Western, $3,2338.33; lambs,
BY WATER ROUTE TO
POINTS ON PACIFIC
Shipments by Steamships
From This Port via Pan
ama Canal Cheaper Than
Rail No Great Difference
While no definite schedule of rates has
been settled upon by the steamship com
panies operating lines between this port
and Pacific Coast ports via tho Pnnnma
Canal, it Is considerably cheaper to ship
on tho wntcr than It Is over the trans
The difference In time Is not great.
Steamships have made the run from here
to San Francisco In 17 days, which com
pares favorably with the time taken for
goods to reach their far Western desti
nations on railroads.
The establishment of regular sailing
schedules by tho American-Hawaiian and
the Luckcnback lines has diverted much
of the freight that formerly traveled
across the United States by rail. The
steamships aro not having any difficulty
In securing cargoes either direction, nnd
the business is gradually expanding.
Lumber shipments from tho West by
rail will most likely be abandoned by the
lumber men of the Pacific coast in favor
of tho waterway route, because of leos
In addition to lumber, the Western ship
pers are sending here In large quantities
salmon, fruit and wine. These products
comprlso 75 per cent, of the freight car
ried from California, Oregon and Wash
Returning from this port the steam
ships carry largo quantities of canned
vegetables, soups, textile goods and steel
products, etc. The steamship companies
now operating here figure on 20 days as
an average voyage between this port and
Bound for this city nt present In the
American-Hawaiian service are the giant
steamships Washington, Ohioan and MIs
saurlan. The latter Is due hero cither
today or tomorrow. The Luckenbnck
company has the steamship Stanley Dol
lar en route.
FREIGHTS AND CHARTERS
Chartering of grain carriers moderated be
cause of a disagreement over rates between
owners and charterers. The former asked ad
vances over recent rates. Business continues
fairly steady In all other trades.
Putney Rrldga (Dr.), Baltimore to London
or Avonmouth. oats, 26,000 quarters, 2.
Hi A., option, French Atlantic ports, 1s, SI.,
Hackness (Dr.), 2031 tons, New York to
Australia and New Zealand, general cargo,
private terms, November.
Dunston (Br.). 2S07 tons, Calcutta to north
of Hatteras, general cargo, lump sum, No
vember, Tuscan Prince (Dr. , 3203 tons, same.
llarpagus (Dr.), 3072 tons, same, November
December. blbrigen (Dutch), 2030 tons. New York to
Brazil ports, general cargo, private terms
Veenbergen (Dutch), 2778 tons, same, De
cember. Joseph W. Fordney (Am.), 210S tons, New
Yoik to Scandinavian ports, general cargo,
private terms, November.
Overdjle (Hi), 2204 tons, transatlantic
trade, one trip on time charter, private terms,
IlurrfWtd (Dr.), 2013 tons, transatlantic
trade, one round trip, basis 3s. 7tjd. de
livery and redelivery London via Montreal,
Tropea (Br.). 3034 tons. same, about 5s.,
delivery and redelivery, United Kingdom via
St. Lawrence, prompt.
Schr. Margaret, ISM tons. Philadelphia to
Porto Rico, coal, private terms.
Uanlc clearings today compared with corre
sponding day fast two years
114. !0W. 1912.
Philadelphia 22.T00.3M 27 M8.760 127.wi7oi-,
rwton . . aj.UWS.bSd 2J.12,lwl 20,l31.olj
AT HOME AND ABROAD
I PHILADELPHIA MARKETS
GRAIN AND FLOUR
WHEAT. Receipts, 247.787 bush. Trade
fair and with stronger outside advices prices
of both spring and winter varieties ftfnced
le. Quotations: Car lots. In export elv.tr.
No. 2, red, spot "d October. :0'?taV
No. 2, red Western, 1. 15(31.10; No. 1,
Northern Dtiluth, fl.241.27.
COKN. llecelpts, 20,407 bush. The mar.
kct quiet but firm at the late decline. Quo
tations j qar lots for local, trade, as to..'?J?a."
tlon-No. 2. yollow, 83&384C.; steamer
yellow, 88383Mc. ..... ..i.
OATB. necelnla. 110,001 bush. Offerings
of desirable stock light and prices well main
tained, but demand only moderate. Ouotaj
tlons: No. 2. white, 61(364 Mc. standard
white, r,8(8S3Mc. J No. 8, white, O20',..
FLOTJIlV Receipts, 2035 bbls. and 2,5(12,825
lbs. In sacks. Utile demand fm any source
nnd tno market wunnui imput .. j;; ;";
quotations, per 100 lbs., In wood: Winter,
clear, 4.7.'.fl4.00! do., straight, 5B5.23; do..
grades, winter, clear, $4.7517 5. 1 "Ji do., straight,
5B.25j do, patent, J5.001iS.75.
RYE FI.OUH. Sold slowly, but values
steadily maintained. Wo quote nearby and
Western. In wood, at ISflCSO.
Market quiet nnd without Important
change. Quotations: City beef, in smb.
smoked nnd alr-drled, 30331c; Western beef.
In sets, smoked, ,10Q31e,l city beef, knuckles
and tenders, smoked and alr-drled, dlW3'C.;
Western beef, knuckles and tenders, smokeii,
31TO2c; beef hams. ,$38040; pork, family. $2(1
020.50; hnms, S. P. cured, loose, 14Wfl5c.;
do., skinned, loose, 14'415o.; do., do., smoked,
lOgilOWc.; other hams, smoked, city cured, as
to brand and avorage, KlWgiic.; hnrns,
smoked, Western cured, MliWlTc. ; do., boiled,
boneless, 23024a. i plcnlo shoulders, B. P.
cured, loose, llal2c. 1 do., smoked, 13W5
14c. ; bellies, In pickle, according to average,
loose, IOQIOWc; breakfast bacon, ns to
brand and average, city cured, 20(i21o. ; do.,
do., Western cured, 2051210. ; lard, Western,
refined, tierces, 10(fjllc. : do., do., do., tubi,
lOTifl'lic.; puro city. kottlc rendered, .In
tierces, JU94 ttfiiJC. ; uo., uo,, uo., in iuus, n
Sold slowly nnd ruled weak. Quo
tations: Standard granulated. 5.85c; flno
granulated, 5.80c. ; powdered, 5.00c. ; confec
tioners' A, 5.70c, 1 soft grades, 4.05426,55c.
CHEESE. The market nrm under light
offerings and a fair demand. Quotations.
New York, full-cream, choice, lSVidtlS'.ic;
do., do., fair to good, 14H015C. J do., part
I1UTTER. Tho market Orm nnd lc. high
er under small euppllcs and a fair demand.
Quotations: Western, fresh, solld-puckel
creamory, fancy specials, 30c: extra, 31c; ex
tra firsts, 32S'l3c; firsts, 28ff30c; rcconda, 23
27c; ladlo-packcd, 21023c, as to quality;
nearby prints, fancy, 37c; do., average extra,
S4tf36c; do., firsts, 31g03c.: do., seconds, 2Sfli
80c. Special fancy brands of prints Jobbing at
41043c . . .
i:(10H. Demnnd good for flno new-lnid
eggs and prices firm under light offerings. Qud
tntlons: In frco cases, nearby extra. 35c. pfcr
dox. i nearby nrsts, ju.uu per eianuuru uuhj.
nearby current receipts. J8.70OT per standard
case; Western extra, firsts, JU.UO per mo; do.,
nrsts, $8.703fl per case; do., seconds. SU.DW
7.20 ner case. Candled nnd rccrated frosh eggs
wero Jobbed out at SOUJlc per doz., as to
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA
Sun and Tides
(1:24 a.m. I Sun sets 6:01 p.m.
0:33 a.m. I High water. 0:50 P.m.
4:00a.m. Low water.. 4:21 p.m.
0:22 a.m. 1 High water. 0:45 p.m.
,12:18 a.m. Low water.. 12:4. p.m.
, 4:0(5 a,m. I High water. 4:in p.m.
,10-02 a.m. I Low wator..lO:.jP.m.
Vessols Arriving Today
Str. Hopemoor (Ur.), Toulon, etc., ore, Flint,
fitr. "pawnee". New York, merchandise Clydo
Steamship Company. i,.-i
Str. Quantlco. Jacksonville, etc. merchandise,
Merchant and Minors' Transportation Company.
Str. Mlasourian OAm.). San Francisco, mer
chandise, W. F. Hagar & Bon.
6tr. Berkshire. Uoston, passengers and mer
chandise. Merchant and Miners' Transportation
CsTnajoSseph Cuneo (Nor.). Port Antonio, fruit,
Cunoo Importing Company. .
Htr. Juno (Nor.), Plymouth, china clay, Chas.
"strCan'fon'taWed.). Chrlitlanla, merchan
dise, Swedish-Norway Line, J. A. McCarthy.
Str. Crown Point (Ur.), Dunstan. London,
Philadelphia Transatlantic yno. ,.,
Str. Ovldla (Swed.), Nordlund, Baltimore
Sweden-Norway Line. ,
Str. Port Antonio (Nor.). Rasmusscii, Port
Antonio. United Fruit Company. .
Str. llcrwlndmoor (Br.). Lucas. Havana. Ber-wlnd-Whlto
Coal Mining Company.
Str. Longscar (Dr.), Willis. Montreal, flint.
."iMawSro. French. New York. Clyde
S,8etar?aeSrg'o0Ts'?.ac!.ydo. O'Neill. Norfolk, etc.
Clydo Steamship Company. ni, .
Schr. Isabel 15. Wiley, Kneeland. Tolnt a
ntro, A. D. Cummins & Co.
Schr. Fanny C. Bowen, Chaso, Calais. A. D.
CBcnh?.lnj. Howell Leeds. Rcicker. Pigeon Cove.
A. D. Cummins & Co.
Steamships to Arrive
Naples Oct. 20
Liverpool Oct. 21
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Tome . .7. ........ 7. ....Stockholm Oc . 17
Oldfleld Orange Casa Orande. . . .Oct. . .
Carthaginian V,11'001 fvV !"v
Waehlngtonlan UHlb?;:; net d
Manchester Exchango..Manchester . . . .Oct. .0
Mlfsourlan Crlatolial . . v . . . .Oct. 1
Crlckett San Francisco. ..Oct. JI
conl.ton Water Santiago Oc . 21
West Point "J,'.n'.Ion.i rvf-M
vitalla Crlitobnl Oct. Jl
In, Cristobal Oct. 22
Ohfoan Balboa Oct. 23
An steldyk ............ Hotterdnm Oa 2S
rtau"....... rort do Palx Oct. 2.
Ll'lle rurt Antonio. . . .Oct. 21
Steamships to Leave
Name. For',. E'te'..T
California Copenhagen ....Oct. JT
Ancona Naples Nov. 7
Dominion Liverpool Nov. 7
Crown Point J:"".'1?" ,-
West Point..... f'nt,0un, ;"
Manchester Exchange.. Manchester
Noorderdyk Rotterdam ,
Maine London ....
PORT OF NEW YORK
Steamships Arriving Today
. .Gibraltar Ha. m.
Ancona ;apLe.i ..,
Naples s a, m.
is ....tu. jiarcfiuno.
Steamships Due Tomorrow
Name. . From, Sailed.
FranconlA I. verpool Oct. 21
Ccdrlo Uverpool Oct. 21
Steamships to Sail
Name. For. Dale.
Europa Naples-flcnoa ..Oct. 2R
Adriatic Liverpool Oct. 2S
Rotterdam .ltotterdani Oct. 2S
Duca d'Abruzil Oennu Oct. 31
Philadelphia ...Liverpool Oct. at
Frederlk VIII Copenhagen ....Oct. Ul
Chicago Havre Oct. HI
Columbia ......Glasgow Oct. ill
Minnehaha , ....1-onJon Oct. 31
Caserta Naples Oct. 3
Movements of Vessels
Str. Stanley Dollar (Am.), for Philadelphia
front San Francisco, steamed from rmu, Oc
Str. Vlrglnle (Fr.), for New York, HwirneJ
from Bordeaux October 25.
Str. Hawaiian iAni.), from New York, ar
rived at Itoma, Africa, October 24.
Str. Oregonlan (Am ). from New York, ar
rived at Chrlstobal October 24.
Str. Panaman (Am.), from New York, ar
rived at fhrlstobal October 27.
Str Oliluau (Am.), for Philadelphia from
San Franclkoo. waa 2S3 nilks north ot CbrUto
Iwil at noon October 25.
Str. KroonUnd (Am. . New V, rk for Plmeus,
arrived at tilbraliar Oitobrr 24.
Str. America iltal.). tor New York, steamed
from Oenoa, October 18.
ytr. MauretanU (Br.), from New York, ar
rival at Uvert-1 October 27.
Sir. MlMMin 3r ). from PblladlpbU. ar
rived at Ixxtiloa October 27.
Str LuMell (Am.). Philadelphia for Tatuoa
and New Orleana. pasted Snud Key at 11 a.
m. October 27
Str. Paraguay (Am i from Philadelphia, ar
rived at Saline October 27
Str. Nelson (An ) Philadelphia, for Port
Arthur aaa 338 mile northwut rf T"Pusis
at T p. m. October 27
Str, 1 M, Oufley iAc., PbHadclrb'.a for
patent, so.rnio.ioi jtansu, .,...,. ,,-;"
sacks, $5.2HB;4qj do., patent, Jute , sacks, toAO
Cf5.05: sprlnp, first, clear, 0 . 10 a r..T(K df-
Straight. 3.8o05.(l0 , do., patent, ft.' 03 3. 83 j
do., favorite brands, (liBn.&0i city mills, choice
....t .... ,.. erM7A Ri. r.itv tnius. rpiunr
LIVE, Desirable stock In moderate sun.
ply and steadily held. Quotatloni, rowls.
l15c; old roosters, ,2c'i4S-lT"
chickens, according to nujllty, ""
ducks, 13(ifI4c.! geese, 13(l!i4c.; fuJnettM,
young, weighing 2 1 is. and over nplece, per
pMr, 70c; .lc, weighing lMiy. lbs. P ece,
per pair, (10C5e.; do., weighing 1 lb. "?"
per pair, BOcj old, per pair, 50c; pigeons,
per pair, 15 18c.
DUKSSKI). Offerings fairly liberal and
"ill1-.tt?d .wAak,ua0',",'.0",,: AKS k2
K"..., ......, ..... - ., -, ..
do,, weighing 4'4flfi lbs. apiece,
lflc ; do ,
weighing 4 Ihs. nplece. isc; ao., w"8 ... .
lbs. apiece, 16S10C1 do., weighing 3 Jbs. nnd
under, 14fl14',tc.: , old roosters, dry-plc ko.
13Hc: broiling chickens, nearby, weighing 1,4
Qi lbs. aplo-e, 20322c.: broiling chlckenr,
nearby, fair to good, lOfiflSe.: chlcKena. N "t-r-rn,
4 lbs. and over nplece. i.e.; do., do., jJ4
lb, apiece, fat, MfflSc; do., do.. 2HJ13 lbs.
apiece in1.1Mc; broiling chickens, Western,
1(4.02 lb" apiece, 17e.; broiling chickens, West
ern, fair to good. 12Be-:MuabA. per o
white, weighing, 11, to 12 lbs. Per doz., - .".(?
4.25; White weighing tl to 10 lbs. per doz.,
2.75OT.r.O: white, we g h ng S bs. per doz..
$2.2532.40: white, welzlilne 7 lbs. per d"Z..
1.7.-.n2: white, weighing fiflOVi lbs. per doz..
81.25111.60; dark and No. 2, 60cfl1.10.
Annies In good request and firmer. Other
frails met with fair sale at tfrt
dotations: Anrles, per bbl. Jonathan, -w
3 60: King 125031: much, 2.25fl3; naldwltj.
i.7GlT2 25; Ore "nlng, J1.75W225: ,?"'',"
ounro, S2.25W2.75: Pippin, H. 752.2 ,: lork
Imperial. S1.75A2: other gbod eating va
rieties. 1.7n2.BO; medium, $lf1.60; ifS?Z'
44.BO crab npplet. per bush.-bai-ket,
il.C05B1.75: apples, Western, per box. 1!S
1.50; apples, Delaware and Pennsylvania, per
hAmiier. 25'040o: quinces, per bbl., J233.50,
lelSons? per box. 3(fi4,' grapefruit. Florida,
per crate. $1.605J2.6O; pineapples, per .crate
Porto Rico. 1.2B3.23; Florida. 12.B0;
cranberries. Cap- Cod, early black, per bbl.,
M SOJB I: cranberries, Capo Cod, early black.
Ser crate. $1(91.40: cranberries. Jersey, per
Salo lH1.2Bl peaches, Virginia, per 20-lb.
RasKet,-,(KfA.do;v do.. Per cmte $101,7.,
POc -do , do., per crnte, 1(01.7B: peaches.
New York nnd Pennsylvania, per Lnsket
larno white or yellow. (SOcSt; medium.
JSiiPOc; pears, Now Vork. per bbl.-Seckel,
tVr.nfcs.V Hart ett. No. 1, $435.50; uo.
No " J2.60f"; leuiTO Hose. $1(33.50; Sheldon.
$4Jf.-.T ileuVFo rinlrgeau N.fiOffJ M- Heurre
,iAn ou, J2.25fI3.25; Duchess. $2.2.ViJ3.25; How
Ml. ?2si.r,0: other varieties 2n.1: pears, Hart
lett or SockM. per bushel-basket. 1.23a
I! drape. Now York-Concord., per S-lb.
hi.kct inSlGc.; do., per 4-lb. batltet.
SflOc?: Niagara, por 4-lb. basket. Mr 12c: I'ct
awares. per 4-lb. basket. 12ttlRc; grnpes, Con
Sort, per20-lb. basket, 35ff40c.
Trado fair and values generally well
sustained. Quotations: Whlto Potatoes, per
bus ".-Pennsylvania. 68(3 noc: New York. 45
rasoc : whlto potatoes. Jersey, per basket,
flMMSc; sweet potntnes. Knstern Shore, per
bbl. No. 1. $1.75(52.33; No. 2, 76c CT$1;
sweet potatoes, North Carolina, per bbl.
Ko l Sl7.va2; No. 2. 75CB51; sweets. .Terroy,
Bcr" b'bl.-Nc 1, 12.75U3; Nn. 2. $1.SW?1.75;
Sweets, Jersey, per basket. 50900c. Onions,
per lush.. IWW.; do., choice, PerJOOdb. hag.
tl: do., medium, per 100-lb. bag. flOc. Cab
baso, domestic, per ton. $SfiO: do.. Danish, per
ton. $11(5 12. Cauliflower, New Aork. pt
crate. C3(g83c Celery, New York, per bunch,
105?30c. Mushrooms, per 4-lb. basket, $l(il
Port Arthur, was 53 miles west ot Tortugaa
at noon October 27. .......
Str. Texas (Am.), Philadelphia for Sabine.
wa. 220 mllos southwest of Diamond Shoal
Lightship at noon October 27. ,..-.
Str. Toledo (Am.), towing sch. Dlawaro
Sun. Sablno for Philadelphia, was VA miles
southwest of Diamond Shoal Lightship at 0
p. m. October 27.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
Frederick P. Dutt. 1531 Old York road, and
I. M. Moock. 3728 N. h st.
Fn.l O. Jones. Adclphla Hotel, and Marian E.
Iti-ed. 142S I'ojilar st. . . . , . .
William A. Lockyer. Washington, D. C, and
Elizabeth Hagerty. 1214 Christian st.
Harry Ferguson, 4132 Frerllng avo., and Helen
Di.nn. 5(V12 Utah st. .
Frnnk O. Wagenhals, 251 N. 60th St., and Ruth
M. Anderson, 2S N. Frazlcr st. ...
Androw W. Blgelow. 1ISI3 Fontaln St.. and
Emma .1. Morton, 015 N. Warnock "t.
Harvey F. Martin. Lcaguo Island, and Anna
It. Rose, 700 Poplar st. . ,
David T. Evans, New York, nnd Anna M.
Ogden, 3.102 II st.
Joseph Blggl fill S. Hutchinson St., and
Cecelia Uallara, PIS 8. 7th st.
Andrew C. llauer, 202S Waterloo St., and Mary
A. Faerber. 1010 VI. Wlllard st. ,
Tlinmns W. I-awson. 2121 N. lflth St., and
Nettle II. Gotthnld, 2423 N. 5th Bt.
Herbert P. Millard. H31 N. ICth St.. and Mabel
I. Burh, 331t N. lflth st.
Edward M. Buttman. r.WI N. 6th St., nnd
Emma II. lluesser. 413 Butler st.
Joienii Welntr.ml). SOS S. rhlllp st nnd Anna
Cohen 021 (Sray's Ferry road
Christopher L. Plerson, Itodnor, Pa., and
Dorntliy Uuch, Wayne, Pa.
Dr. Frank II. Stevenson. Indiana, Pa., an!
Elizabeth II. Wood. 155 Susrpichnnna avo.
Oeorge Mnrx. 21(1 E. Hlttenhouse rt.. and Mary
!'. Strublnger. 3340 N. Sydenham st.
Crawford A I.ilrd, 1(122 Jefferson St., and
Anna M. Mnusley. 1M)S N. Marvin t.
Albtirt L. lUadley. Atlantic City, N. J., and
Mary J. Flynn, 425S Orlscom at.
Maurice J. Laskcy. New iork, and Francos J.
Lasa, 303S N. 15th St.
FUNERAL OF DR. WORRALL
SEW TOTtK, Oct 2S. Tho funeral of
Dr. Isaac Grlmshaw Worrall, of Cros
klll. X. J., took plaro yesterday. Doctor
Worrall was Rrndunted from Now York
University, class ot '50, and for some
time practiced with Dr. Valentino Mott.
Ho was born In New York In 1S2S, and
was tha last of a family of 16 children.
Ho leaves a son, Dr. Isaac G. Worrall,
Jr., who Is a medical missionary In
Arabia, nnd two daughters, ono of whom
Is a physician.
MILLERS' FUNERAL FRIDAY
Body of Dent! Musician's Mother Due
Definite arrangements havo not been
mado for tho double funeral of Selden
Miller, the orcanlst, and his mother, Mrs.
R. Spencer Miller, hut It Is understood
services will ho hold at St. Luke's. Friday
afternoon. Tho body of Mrs. Miller was
taken from tho liner Cnrpathla at Now
York today and will reach this city this
Selden Miller's body reached hero yes
terday and Is now at an undertaking
Funeral of George S, DeDier
Tho funernl services of the Into Gcorso
S. DeDIor. treasurer of Itadnor township
nnd well known in political circles, who
died Inst Sunday, will be held this aftor.
noon nt S:20 o'clock, from his former resi
donee in Rosemont. Ho was In his 72d
year, Mr. DeDier was serving his third
term as treasurer.
CAPTAIN WILLIAM G. FITCH
Father of Late Playwright and Served
With Honor in Civil War.
NKW YORK, Oct. !S.-l-,ptn!n William
Goodwin Fitch, father of the late Clyde
Fitch, the playwright, died yesterday at
his home. Ho was SO yeara old HU
brother John, an artist, died In 1W3. His
son died In 1908.
Captain Pitch served with distinction
throughout tho civil War. Ho was
wounded at tho battle of Gaines Mills
and also In tho Wildernoas campaign. He
was detailed by Secretary of War Stan
ton to arrest Clement U Yallandingham
for treason ut the latter's home in Day
ton, O., and deliver him to Genera! Burn
side in Cincinnati.
During the reconstruction days Cap.
tain Pitch was assigned to duty in Mis
sWaippi and was shot in the face by an
es-CoiifMiwste officer wliom he was en
dea.vorlnK to arrest for the murder of a
For a number of yeara he was actively
engaged in business. He was a member
of the Military Order of the Cfi
and the Army and Navy Club, and was
honorary major of the Uoveaora Foot
Guard of Hartford, Conn, Captain Flteh
leaves it widow. "u
MRS. CLARA LIPPER
Mrs. Clara Mpjwr. widow of Moses l.lp
prr, who was a director of the Frankford
and Jjuuthttttrk I'ttssvOKt-r Street Railwav
C"tnpan and the Ktt.-tuc Paseiiger HM
Wu Cump mi dtrd suddenly lest. rUjt in
New Vork whit.' vi-itinK her son. Arthui
I.ipper Mm l.ii i t is surv'ved by throe,
ens, A'thu- ll..rri and Mlltun Lwr.
who are. engaged In business, and two
daughters, Mrs. Florenco JTJbei-ma.rt tattJ
Mrs. F Kahn. Funeral serrlces will bo
held tomorrow nftcrnoon at her late resi
dence, 151 Olrard avenua.
Well-known Comedian n Victim of
NEW YOItK, Oct 23,-James Callahan,
who for many years played as a co
median ovor tho Keith circuit of vaude
rlllo houses and beforo that wns a mem
ber of TJenman Thompson's "Wny Down
nasi" company, died yesterday In Belle
vuo Hospital from erysipelas. His pub
lic appearance was In Brooklyn, whoro
he nnd his partner, uernaru j-aiy, fi
nished a part of a vaudeville entertain
ment Soon after he became 111 and was
confined to his room until It btcarno
necessary to remove him to tho hospital.
Mr. Callahan wns a member of tho hlto
nnts and appeared In former years under
tho team namo of Callahan & Mack, Cal
lahan A St. George, and had Just com
pleted bookings for a year with Mr. Dal.
Ho wns 61 years of ago nnd unmarried.
Ills mother, sister and brother live In
Chicago, where he will bo burled.
KOBE1XT 0. GIIFOBT
ORANGE N. J.. Oct. a.-Ilobert Charles
Gllfort, who for 30 years won known ns
a circus acrobat and who gained Interna
tional recognition because of hla collec
tion of relics, died hero yesterday. He
was 69 venrs old.
Born In St Louis, Mr. Gllfort wns a
Bon of Herman Gllfort, ono of tho pioneer
settlors of Missouri. At tho ago of 15
he Joined a circus, which visited all the
frontier towns. When tho circus was
stranded he becamo a scout in tho union
cavalry service. Ho served throughout the
war and then Joined another circus with
his brothers, Frank nnd Otto Gllfort. The
brothers started collecting Indian relics.
When thoy gave up performing, about 20
years age, their collection was valued at
Nineteen years ago Itobort Gllfort es
tablished hero tho Doer Head Inn. Often
when Thoodoro Roosevelt visited his
brother-in-law, Douglas Robinson, In West
Orange, he would look over the collection.
Tho Inn was also one of the few public
places Thomas A. Edison visited.
GEORGE L. KNOWLES
Georp;o L. Knowles, for many years
president of tho Commercial National
Bank, and a well-known church worker,
Is dead at his home, 2020 Walnut street.
Ho expired yesterday In his Slst year.
Mr. Knowles was head of tho firm of
Knowles-Campbell Company. Later he
became president of tho Commercial Na
tional Bank. Mr. Knowles wns a mem
ber of tho Union League, tho Rlttcnhouso
'Club and the Penn Club. Ho contributed
freely to charitable Institutions and was
affiliated with soveral philanthropic so
cieties. For many years ho was a vestry
man In the St. Clement's Protestant
Episcopal Church. He leaves a widow
and four children, Joseph Jones Knowles,
Mrs. Frank A. Pnrtorl, the Rev. Archi
bald Campbell Knowles and Nathaniel
GEORGE BOARDMAN WEBB
NEW YORK. Oct. 23. George Board
man Webb, for many years head de
signer nnd mechanical expert for the
Remington Typewriter Company, died at
his homo In Tottenvllle, S. I., on Mon
day. He had been an Invalid for several
years. Mr. Webb designed the No. (i
Remington, nnd took out more than 70
patents, among them a cannon that Is
now being considered by the United
Ho was descended from Stephen Hop
kins, of the Mayflower. When tho Civil
War broko out ho was IS years old, and
tried to enlist, but his father went to
court to obtain his dismissal from tho
DANIEL O 'SULLIVAN
ELIZABETH, N. J.. Oct. 2S. Daniel
O'SuIllvan, 73 years old, a former mem
ber of the Board of Freeholders, died
yesterday. Ho was born In Ireland and
enmo to this country when n boy. At the
outbreak of tho Civil War ho enlisted
In Company F, 3Sth New York Infantry,
was captured and spent somo time In
BENJAMIN F. THOMAS
NFW YORK. Oct. 2S. Benjamin Michael
Thomas, well known In church musical
circles In Brooklyn and Manhattan, died
at tho home of his daughter, Mrs. E. C.
Gibson, in Flntbush. Ho was 8.1 yenrs
old. lie was once a manager of concert
tours, and gnvo this work up to devote
his time to church music
ALFRED L. EISEMAN
Alfred L. Elseman, a retired wholesale
clothing merchant, established on Third
street above Market street for more
than !S yenrs. died yesterday at his
home, 3529 North Broad street, from
heart disease. Mr. Elseman was a
Mason, and a member of the Rising
Sun Lodge. No. 126, F. and A. M., and
tho Harmony Chapter, No. 52, R. and
A. M. Funeral services will take place
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
his former residence. He Is survived by
GROVE P. MITCHELL
NEW YORK, Oct. 2S.-Grove P. Mit
chell, a retired Insurance man, died yes
terday at his home, in Peekskill, after
a long illness. Ho was born in New
York city 79 years ago. At tho age of
15 he entered tho employ of the Atlantic
Mutual Insurance Company and rose
to ono of the highest places in tho con
cern. For many years he was a deacon
in the Sladlson Avenue Reformed
Church, and in Peekskill was active in
the First Presbyterian Church.
WILLIAM PASSMORE HOOPES
William Passmore Hoopes, connected
with the Provident Life and Truet Com
pany for SO years, died yesterday at hU
residence. SS5 West Rlttenhouse street.
Gcrmantown. He was 69 years old. Sir.
Hoopes was a member of the Orthodox
Friends Society. He leaves a widow and
JAMES II. LE FEVRE
NEW YORK. Oct. 3S.-James Has
brouck Le Fevre, vice president and gen
eral managor of the Electric Steel and
Metals Company, Limited, died ir Wei
land. Ontario, from burns caused by an
oxptosion in the plant. He wa3 a son of
the late Rev. Dr. James Lo Fevre, of
Somervllle, N. J. He leaves a wife and
WILLIAM H. BATTERSBY
William II. Battersby, a, policeman at
tached to the Frankford police fetation,
is dead at his home. ITS? Mulberry
street. He was S3 years old and ap
pointed to the police force on July 18
W12. He died yesterday at tha Kpiscu
pal Hospital. Funeral services will b
held Saturday afternoon at S u'clock.
GEORGE R, DAVIS
BAST ORANGB. N. J., Oct. 2e.-G8org8.
R. Davis, for many years tntfaged in
the drug business, died at 1U home
Monday night. He was 8S years old and
ittircd from business reveral years aga
Mr. Davis leaves a son and tout- daugh
ters. ll.VrrKKSIIV Oa October 2T. ISM WILL
IAM 11., hustaud or Lucy A. Buturebr m
Mo-sillj and un or Hannah wi to Ut
Heulamia Ba;trby. Kuneral Saturlay.
;';rS.at " r .mi 'ro'" hl' ut rwiien v.
1T"T Mulberry st . Kn-nkfotJ
llltlCKI KY. -Ori October 27 19t JOHN
ALfc'Iitl' bnrt ut Harry sol Sarah , tKkly
Funeral on Friday, l 8:80 a. jm., frail his
parents' residence, 840 East Cbelten ve
Ocrmantown. High Mass nt St. Vincent dj
Paul' Church, at 10 a. m. Interment at
Holy Sepulchre Cemotery.
nniOOB. On October 27. PAMELIA, wife
of John JJririrs, Br. Relatives and frlnd
Invited to attend funersl erv's. Frldir,
October SO, at 2:30 p. m at br latj reil.
dence, 1010 Dyrs t., Fmnkford,' Remains
may bo viewed Thursday evening-.
CUHI.ETT. On October Si.J9H.vm.ytMt
I. husband or Kstle Curletl, aged tOrM"
Funeral fcrvlccs on Thursday, ."tMr..n.'-ms'J
nt 1710 N. 20th St. Interment at Nortltrrood
DK I'OItl). On October 20, 1014. Vflt.tV.,.
MI.VA, wife of Itobert V. Do Ford, Hr. (!
her Both year. Funeral services on Frlil
nt 2 p. m., at 2012 North Orlanna t.
terment nt Northwood Cemetery.
IlKItlUCKHO.Y. On October 2fi, 10H, M
late reldMica, 713:1 North nroad St., URN
husband of Clara S. Derrlckson, aged tl
yenrs. Due notice of tho funeral will be
ElSKJfAN. On October 27, 1914. ALFrtBD
K HISK.MWN, beloved I'usband of Kmrna
Myers Elseman. ltelftttvcs and friends, also
Itislni? Star Ledge, No. 120, F. and A. M.J
Harmony Chapter. No. 62, If. II. A., am i In
vited to attend the funeral services on Sat
urday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, proclselr. at
his late rr-ldeneo, .1.-.23 North nroad st. nod
may bo viewed Friday evening after 7:SO
o'clock. Interment private, at Northwood
TAHNKM. On October 2, 1014, nOSB. wlf
of John Fnrnem nnd daughter of James ami
Kllzateth MrOrall, aged 24 years, rjjneral
on Thursday, at S-.lo a. tn.. front 2.101 N.
Camac st. illgh Mass of "equlem at Our
Indy of Mercy 'hurch. nt 10 a. m. Inter
ment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
riNHKI.STON. On October 2T, 1014. SAM
UEL FINKI3LSTON. Funeral Friday at
2 p. m.. from tho rcsldcnco of his son. John
Flnkelston, 221 Calumet at., Falls of Hchuyt
kill. Interment at Mount Peaco Cemetery.
riTIIIAN. Dn October 20, 1014, HUBAN,
widow of Itobert II. Flthlan, aged 70 years.
Relatives and friends ore Invited to attend
the funeral services, on Thursday, at 2 p. m.,
at the resldenco of her aon, Charles II.
Flthlan, 2140 North Park ave. Interment
private. . . .-
ritOMIIAOKK. Suddenly, on October JO,
1014, FHKDKrtlCK C. FnOMHAaElt. In
terment private. ...
ITItl.OM) On October 25, 1014, MATIT
JANK FfltLONO. Funeral on Thursday, at,
8:30 a. m., from 1512 North Marvlne at.
High Hequlem Moss at St. Malachy'a Church
at 10 a. m. lntorment at Holy Cross Cem
etery. OAMSK. ADJE QAMSE, B0 years, 020 Can
trell Bt. . ., . ..
OAHMAN. On October 21, 1014, ELIZA,
widow of John T. (Jarman. 1-uneral serv
ices on Thursday, nt 2 p. m. precisely, at
lier lato residence, MO Dcrks st. Intarmenr
at Pertar Hill Cemetery. .
GOETZ. On October 20, 1014, MATILDA.
M., wife of Loula Qoctr. (ne Haufler), aged
48 years. Funeral services on Thursday, at
1 p. m., at 1317 North 23d st. Interment
private, at Mt. Vernon Cemetery.
(IKUIIEIi. On October 27. 1014, NANE.
wife of Carl Oruber. Due notice of the
funeral will bo given.
HAMMOND On October 25, 1014. JOSEPH
T.. husband of Agnes Hammond. Funeral
on Thursday, at 1 p. m., from 1732 Itltner
st. Interment private.
IIANSItr.ItltV On October 27. 1014. ED;
WA11I), husband or uuio iiansDorry. i-Tinerat
Saturday, at 2 p. m.. from his lato residence.
20 Rockland St.. flcrmantown. Interment
nt llarren Hill Cemetery. Auto funeral.
IIASSON. On October 24. 1014. CATHA
RINE J., wife, of James F. llasson and
riaughter of thet late Patrick and Bridget
Flahey. FunernPcn Friday, at 8 o. m.. from
Stamper's lane, below Stonehoure lane, .18th
Ward. Solemn Hoqulem Mass at the Church
of Our Lady of Mount Cormol at 0:30 a. m.
precisely. Interment at Holy Cross Ceme
tery. HKISnn. On October 25.1014. ELIZABETH
GItt'BB. widow of Aaron Reiser. Funeral
on Thursday, at 1:30 p. m., from 4520 North
18th jt. Interment at lllllsldo Cemetery.
flOOI'KS October 27. 1014, WILLIAM
PASSM.OHE, HOOPES. Relatives and frlonds
are Invited to attend funeral service. Fri
day, nt 2 p. m., at his lato residence. 205 W,
Rlttcnheuso St., Gcrmantown. Interment
HOl'I'OrK. On October 27.1014. Mls ELLA
K.. daughter of the late John L. and Eliza
beth K. lloppock. Relatives and friends ara
Invited to nttend tho funeral sendees, on
Friday afternoon, at 1 o'clock precisely, at
tho parlors of Georgo Chandler Paul & Sons,
1321 North 13th St. Interment prlvnte.
HUIILKY. On October 27. 1014, CATH
AKINE, widow of John Hurley. Relatives
and friends Invited to attend funeral. Fri
day, 7:30 a. m from her lato resldenco, 110,
Cantrell st. Solemn HlKh Mass of Requiem
at the Church of the Epiphany, at 0 a. m.
JOHNSON". At Elmer, N. J., on October
27. 11114. JOHN S. JOHNSON. Relatives and
friends Invited to funeral service. Friday
at 3 p. m.. at his lato residence. 22(1 State st .
nimcr. N. J. Interment Klmcr Cemetery.
KAISER. On October 27. 1014, FRED
EUICK KAISER. JR.. at hla residence. 4435
North tith st. Duo notice of funeral will
KANE. On October 27. 1014. MICHAEL
KANE, of County Mayo. Ireland, husband
of tho lato Man' Knno (nee Corn). Funeral
on Saturday at 9.30 a. m.. from his lato resi
dence. S50 East Thompson st. Solemn
Requiem Mass at the Holy Namo Church,
at 10 a. m. precisely. Interment at Now
KNOWLES. On October 27. 1014. at his late
residence. 20L-0 Walnut St.. GEORGE LAM
BERT KNOWLES, In his 81st year. Funeral
fervlces at Holy Trinity Church, 10th and
Walnut sts.. on Friday. October 30, at 11
o'clock. Interment private.
KRKWKTT. On October 27. JOSEPH VS..
hunbtnd ot tho lato Rose Krewttt and son
of Philip and Margaret Krewett. Due nolico
ot funeral will be given from hla parents'
r"ldenc 205O McKcan st.
L13VY. JACOB LEVY, 47 years. 517 Whar-
IJIM'EII. On October 27. 1014. CLARA.
wftow of Moses W Upper and mother of
Harry. Arthur and Milton Upper, Mrs.
rioronco Lliterman and Mrs. F. Kahn.
nneral on Thursday, at 2 p. m.. from her
late residence, 1016 west Olrard avo. Inter
ment st Mount Slnnl Ccmttery.
MrOItOIIY. In Norrlton toivnshlp.Montppm
ery County, Pa.. JOHN, husband of Ellon
McGrory. Funeral from (Jermantown plkii.
near DeKalb at., on Friday, at R a. m.
Solemn Requiem Maas at St. Patrick's
Church, at i:3o a. m. Interment at St. Pat
5IOI.I.OY. On October 25, 1014. JOHN P..
sor. of the late John and Mary Molloy. Fu
neml on Thursday, at S.50 a. m.. from 4741
Luicaster ave. Requiem Mass at Our
Mother of Sorrows' Church at 10 a. m. In
terment Holy Cross Cemetery.
MOS1IAT. AUGUST MOSHAT. 0 years,432S
NOItCHOSS.Suddenly. at West Berlin. N.
J.. JOSEPH S., huyband of Emma Norcross,
In his Kid yesr. Funeral nervlces on Friday,
October "O. 1011, at 2 p. m . at his fate resl.
fcn'c n.ite are.. Weft Ilerlln, N. J. Inter
num at Kt-rlln N J.
PRESSMAN. AARON PRESSMAN. CO yrs.,
;0 North 21 t.
REED. On October 25. 101 . CHARLES J.,
himband of Katharine T. Heed (nee Hush).
Funeral on Friday, at S.".0 a. m.. from Ful
mm, Delaware iVunty. Pa High Mass of
Requiem at St Mudallne's Church, ut 10
a in Interment nt Cathedral Cemetery.
RHODES. RAYMOND RHODES. 0 years.
mi Frtt Alli'ihenv ave
IH'TSCHMAN HOI.!. On October 25. 1014,
LOUISA, widow of the late Frank Hold and
Edward Rutschman. Relatives and friends
are Invited t attend the funeral services, on
Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at the resi
dence of her sister, Sirs. A. II. Meier,
033 North 5th st. Interment rtrlctly private
nt Mt. Vernon Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers.
SCARPA.- -ALONZO SCARPA. 12 years. 1003
South 11th t.
SH.K.- PEARL SILK. 13 months. 2408 War
HTKKMIAN. At Ocean City. N. J., on Oc
i.ibrr 2T. It'll HIRAM STHEI.MAN. Funeral
services Frllsv afternoon, Bt 1 p. in., at
his late rrld.nr, 4th at and Asbury aie.,
O ean city. N. J. Interment at Union Coma-.
ttry May's landing.
THISTLE. Hn October 27. 1011. RERECCA,
ivifn of James Thistle (neo Hlgglns) and
dauphtrr of Oeorge Itowker and Mary B.
Hlgglns. Funeral sendees on Friday, at 3
p in-, at her late residence. B East Crystal
ijvku hv , Wejtmnnt. N J.
THISKLHH. On October 27. 1014. WILL
IAM A . huband of the late Knee Trlnkiu-r
meo Wol?er, bom In Erllshelm, Wurtin-lnri-
Funeral Saturday, at 2 p. m.. fr"tn
hU late residence. 1427 Mayfleld St. (Hroad st.
a. ve Indiana 8,vo
VENAIILi:.- -On October 20, 1014, JANET,
wife of William B. Venable. aged 54 yn'i.
Funeral on Tbumdsy. at I p. tn.. from 5110
Notth Huward st. Interment at Mt. MorUn
IV.MIl.t: JAMBS WAHLB, 14 years 0 ma..
132 South 6uth it.
WKIS. On October 21. 1014, JOHN P.. Ma
vt the lite Philip P and Barbara V
runeral Thumdav at 8 So a. rn-. from lt3
N Tib St. Solemn Requiem Mass at Ht.
UunKaclus' Church nt 10 a. m. Intennent
pilni New Cathadntl Cemetery.
WIEVER.- Suddenly, oa October 21, 1914.
HENRY WIENER, el hi. rssldonce, 227
Nona lBtb st. fhjiwral services and Inter
Wl'SflJ. On October 27. 1014. MAX. hus
tan I ut the la'a Matbltta Uunaiti. Funirrul
Friday, at 7 SO o'rlo.'k fruru Ills late resldeme.
1327 North Manine t. Solemn Requiem
MhS4 at St. Peter's Chuich. at 3 a. tn.
ZIKIiI.ER At Atlantlr city. N .1 . on Octo.
Ur S3. 1914. MARY MAID ZIKOLHR. wife
ef Lewis I y.ltlr Kelsllvn and friends
Invited to attend funeral scrvlees, at 1 SO
p. va. Thursday. Octotr 2'J. at her latt rrsl.
desce. 181S North ttb t. Iotermat private.
I'llANKLlN NATIONAL HANK
I'hUa ItlliU. ixt. M, 1914
Tor Uirectore haia this .! d.Ured a mhiI
annual .ilvtdeud of tl'lHT is, HBR CCNT .
Iwtm of UK. tyabl N VEMLKH 2. 11. to
Suckboldert of rv urd at tba i lo it buklos.t
.tuJ.Br 4 Chtf will be walled
K. P. PAftUiMORB.
Vic Cri'let and L'atiUr.
PKNN NATIONAL HANK
110th Siu. annual DUIdeud.
The Dlrsctcrs bav this dav dtcUrsd a
Mini aonual llv,Jad ff Kit fl) I'er Cent..
free of ti. payable November 3rd, 1911. e
si'. khot.lera ot rscurd at .ione of tuaiusaa
November .'d. 1914
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Pbltadeipnta. Octoeer 27th, 1911.