Newspaper Page Text
' ,11 jimnwmwi'm
IS BEING MADE IN
Issues in Large Blocks Can
f Now Be Sold at Satisfac
tory Prices Demand for
fceeurlty markets arc making ntcady
progress and satisfactory prices can be
ohta.tn.ed for larfto blocks of Issues for
which only a narrow market was obtain-
' be a short time act), despite the fact
that many persons In financial circles,
both In this city and New York, arc talk
ing In a dismal Btraln about the prospects
,of reopening the Stock Exchanges this
On of tho strongest features In New
Tork In both tho street trading and
banking operations Is Pennsylvania, and
It Is quoted at 101 bid, while In this city
R'-K U HKHlHlli.. I- MU 1.1.1 .U- mIhImiim
1,11 tJUUUUIUII IS IV7 U1U, IIIU tllllillllUltl
price established by the Stock Exchange
committee, and 60 naked, fnlted States
Steel has a broad market In New York
at and above 43W! New York Central can
be sold In largo nmounts nt KM and
Amalgamated Copper Is In 'demand at 43,
against ST, Its low price after the divi
dend reduction In October. l)aKlmor
and Ohio Is ono of the few stocks which
atllt shows a heavy tone, being ortercd
Tho Street In New York today pre
sented an unusually busy appenrancc.
Thero were many groups trading in un
listed stucks on the I! road street curb,
whllo new faces were seen In the Now
street trading group representing out
side buyers. Including clients of Stock
Exchange houses, cither trading for
themselves or supervising execution of
their orders. Scant offerings contrasted
strongly with the general anil brisk
The same condition of Increased de
mand was evident In the trndlng In listed
and unlisted bonds through the Stock
Exchange Committee. Tho subscription
of transactions is becoming more
stringent. Today the New York Com
mittee declined to permit a large trans
action In listed bonds at 2 per cent, under
tho July 31 closing (guotatlon, but the
volume of this business seems to grow
In spite of these restrictions, nnd the
Joint sales through committees In New
Tork today passed tho $2,000,000 mark.
Tho New York city loan syndicate coil
ed for another instalment of $8,000,000
from syndicate members payable on Mon
day. This call Is believed to bo tho cause
of tho demand for exchange on Paris,
where some maturities foil due In the
next two weeks. Tarls cablcn sold today
nt 5.10V4, but sellers were advised that
the exchange will not be required until
next week. Sterling was fairly active,
with demand selling at 4.00 and cables
Inquiries for dividend scrip and short
term railroad bonds continued In tho mar
ket In this city today, whllo very little
interest was shown In stocks. ' Philadel
phia Company scrip was quoted S3 bid.
80 asked, while Cambria Steel scrip was
04 bid. 9ti asked. Sales of tho latter were
Ik made yesterday at 95 and 91. Iteadlnsr
general mortgage 4's were quoted S9 bid
and S3 asked, while Pennsylvania con
vertible 3',is were sold at 9S-H, and 9S
was bid and OSti asked.
New Tork banks lost to tho Subtrcas-
ury yesterday $0,781,000 and since last Fri
day lost $13,115,000.
Banks In New York yesterday retired
nn Additional SK.nOO.ftOn mpri?Annv cur
rency, making a total retired since the
F; movement ocgan oi jsj.uw.uw.
Thero was withdrawn from tho New
Tork Subtreasury $50,000 In gold coin for
shipment to Canada.
Reports received by Comptroller of tho
Currency Williams from the various
Clearing House Associations throughout
the United States show that tho amount
of outstanding clearing house loan certifi
cates is being materially reduced. St.
Louts reports outstanding about $2,S00,000;
Philadelphia less than $3,000,004; Baltimore
about $2,000,000: Louisville less than $1,
80O,OW. and Detroit reports $1,:00,000 au
thorized, but never used.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN.
September gross $4,0!)t,!Al JSo.MX
Net 1.4S0.4R.1 122.012
Thre months' grois 11,831,010 M,.vi7
Jt 4.4tl),113 218.071
Fourth week Octotxr.... $1,740,840 JI1R.41R
Month B.51R.212 1.271.POO
J?rom July 1 22.410.138 1.GI0.03T
TOLEDO, PEORIA AND WESTERN.
Fourth week October 12,.17 JIR.48H
Month 111,640 27.024
yiom July 1. 423.S04 05,001
CHICAGO. Nov. fl. HOUR Receipts. 20,.
000; Maiitta steady. Mlifd and butcher?.
S7.i0T.83t good heavy, $7.404t7.83; rough
heavy, 7.2007.37t light. I7.20S7.73: plm. I3.CO
t7.4fl: bulk, 7.S0a7.73. CATTI.B Receipts.
S5.000 Markets strong Ileeves, 8.nolll; cows
nrt h'ffar. f3,7MTi.40: stockera and fewlera,
l.nOf7; ralres. fROlO.M). 8HEEP. Receipts,
10,00a Markets strong. Natlvo and Western,
$3.2383.23; Umbs. f3.7Sfl0.23.
W.it PhlUdtlohta Title and Trust Company.
i.'- vatMlar semi-annual 6 per cent, clear of tax.
ryaDH irtcerooer i. to siock oi recora pto
Central Arkansas Railroad and Urht Com
pany. reulr quarterly Hi Pr cent, on pr
ftrred. payable, December 1 to stock of record
Hinltaka Mining Company, regular month!
JA cents, payable November 2G to stock of
renrcj Novtmber 20.
May Department Stores, regular quarterly HI
Ir rent, on common, payable Docember 1 ta
stock of record November 30.
Standard Oil Company of New York, 12. payable-
December IS to stock of record November
2T. This la the sunt aa declared in each of tho
three preceding quattera.
Qneral Asphalt Company, regular quarterly
1U per cant- en preferred, payable December 1
to stock ot record November 14.
IWttertck 'ompany. regular quarterly 1 of 1
fr cent., payable December 1 to stock of rc
erd November 16.
L ,JJ3W YORK BUTTER AND EGOS
SW TORK. Nov. H. BUTTEitiiargei
jtetipt. 4099 WkajM, creame
--,.- -.. -I-, oatt
l)lVtJ(l timmvtJi Asj-inat7S
6 eslra, tint. 310Mc.; freh, nrata. 3J
l peej-by whites. 3&Se. : nearby, mixed.
Sff-SaaslKS.K ,1M., BWHV-, ,,.. ------
TspwUl marks, ie8c.
TKR WHtTT PHILADLKI'HIA TITLE AND
1 p" TKUST COMPANY
PbiladelobU, November S. 1A14
The Bord of Directors h tbl day de
U.VJ SBMI-AhNVAL UIY1DBND OP
IBI,. BCD frTSja' -lAttr t sat navahU
oL- 1. 111. ta'stockboldere recle-
on tke beak ef the Company at cteee
if tea4aea Nvxremtier u. Jn
TfbV Truasfer Books will be clued from
l4&evVr th to November 17th. 1814.
IAIiPHJ- JLXVBK1NO. JSwt
s v r HovuuDtr B. 114.
Difolr have tbl d 4,tored
mUAl 4vooa mu v
fice ef tax. payable ju .decisHA.
MiffOtf AXT BAKK-
.. ttommb0t 4. 1914.
tStJi r 1 e uer seat.
Sl T kt
ojessn m mil vr jm . t
Wt m Ta!?,.fSlv
OF COMMERCIAL PAPER
Governor Hamlin B&fa It la Chief
Topic of Discussion by lleserve Board
WASHINGTON. Nov. fl.-Commerclal
paper ns denned under the Federal re
serve act was acknowledged by Governor
Hamlin today to be the chief topic of dis
cussion among members of the federal
Reserve Board. Governor Hnmlln said
tho question linFl arisen as to whether or
not slnglo Indorsed pnper could be ac
cepted n9 commercial paper In the strict
sense of tho term. He lntlmnted that
the board would possibly consider all
forms of commercial paper and decide
what particular classes could bo so
Further consideration of tho tentative
plan agreed between Sir George Palnh.
of the British Treasury, anil the board,
transmitted to London by cable, formed
no part of the conference. Sir George
has not ns yet received a reply from the
tlrltlsh Trensury ofllrlals, and therefore
will not be In a position to resume nego
tiations until he Is apprised of their view.
A meeting of the bonrd has been called
for later today, when It Is expected Sir
George will present some communication
from his Government, t'poti this reply,
board members say, the opening of Stock
Exchanges In both London and New York
SMALL, WITH TOM
FIRM AT CHICAGO
Action of Market Yesterday
Caused Hesitation for Fear
Some Positions Had Been
CHICAGO, Nov. 6. -Trade In wheat
was small this morning, but tho under
tone was firm. There was fairly good
buying through commission houses.
Sentiment continued bullish, but action
of the murkct yesterdny enured some
hesitation on tho part of purchasers, ns
It was believed some positions had been
overbought. Hecelpts were quite liberal
again, nnd the steadily accumulating
stocks arc against any material ad
vance, notwithstanding the largo oxport
sales from day to day.
Tho foreign business tho last II hours
again exceeded 1,000.000 , bushels. Tho
mnrket at Liverpool was firm, although
trading was not heavy. The crop news
from Argentina Is disquieting, and prices
at IJucnos Aires strong. Shipments
from Argentina for the week were 73.000
bushels. The visible supply is 390.0CO
bushels, ngnlnst 20J.OOO bushels a year
ago. The weather there continues cold,
with frost In parts.
Supplies of grain In southeastern Kuropo
are strongly held, unit this will continue
during tho war. Tho prospects for the
next crop there are not bright.
Corn was a little easier at the outset,
hut became firmer. Tho wcathoi' con
tinued fine for curing nnd moving tho
new crop. Corn nt Liverpool was strong,
nnd so were tho Argentina markets.
Thero Is active competition for plato
holdings. Shipments from Argentina for
tho week were 5.018,000 bUBhcls. The vis
ible supply thero Is 7,r,00,000 bushels,
against 2.3SO.0OO bushels a year ago.
Oats advanced nfter the opening. Oats
in southwestern Argentina have been
damaged 13 to 30 per cent.
Leading future ranRcil as follows:
Wheat Or"n. High. Low. rinse.
December 1.17 1.17 1.10M l.lfl'i
May t.MU 1.2.1H l.Sli 1.M3K
Corn (new delivery)
December '0 r,04 IIO'Vi
Mny 7211 72, 72 72$,
Vrctmt'rr -M'4 4!)J4 4flW 4(i'4
Mny Si KrJi MS fKIS
November 11.05 11.1R 11.0.1 Ml. 02
January H.i 10.42 10.30 ni.2r.
Mnyc 10.43 lu.r.7 10.4.-1 10.40
January 10.20 10.32 10.20 10.17
January .., lli.:is 10.C7 1U.3S 18..in
May Il. 03 1D.SO 10.B5 1D.I50
Hank clearings today compare with corre
sponding day last two years:
inn. 101.1. 1M2.
Uaston $24,247,7110 $27.ti2.1,Onn J27..KK1.21S
Philadelphia .".0.nt7,Sl7 .TJ.7sn.4ns .11,212,01:1
New York.. 240.702,0.11 3210S,007 43.1.1)33,1:70
Place your order for a
Christmas Victrola NOW
Every Christmas sees a scarcity of Victrolas.
Last year we were able to fill every order only
by a shipment received from the Victor factory at
4 P. M, on December 24, Our delivery department
worked all night to distribute these machines.
But last year was the only year we were able to
secure enough Victrolas to supply every order.
All possible disappointment can be avoided if
you pJsce your order with us now we will then
reserve for you a Victrola Qf the, type you want,
Why not call or write today?
C. J. HEPPE &
EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
GRAIN AND FLOUR
WHEAT. necetpln. 117.029 hunh.; msr
kct t)y; export Inquiry fslf, but milling
den-.an.: light. 4uMAtlon: Cr lots, (n ex
ert elevator No. 2 red, spot una November,
l.W4l.l: No. 2 reil Western. S1.18J4fl
); .o. i orinern uuiuin. ti.nLfcTp.-iii.
i wit;, ueceipiit, hmv uin. ; iraue quiet
but prices firm, with light nlTerlnns. Quota
tions: Cat lots for local trade, to loca
tion No. 2 yellow, SltlM'tc; steamer yellow,
HATM. nerelpls, 42,010 hush, i offerings
moderate nnd prices Arm, but trade quiet,
quotations: No. 2 white, itlfl.MUc.; standard
white. .MflOlite.: No. :i white. ttjinsuc.
ri.OtU.--Receipts, 700 Mils, and 717,180
lbs. in sacks. Trade slow, but mill limits well
sustained. Quotations per ll'il lbs. In wood
U'lntrr, clear. 4S4.7Mf4.tiO: do., straight. .Vff
6.2.1; do., patent, (3,fi(Htri.iS; Kansas, atralght.
Jute sacks, $5.20flr,.40; do., patent. Jute tacks,
,1.4rtfr,VU.l! sr.rln, first, cfear, f.1.loflft..10 dn
rtrnlRht. i.li.Virt.dO; do., patent, f.VTtVJl.V&V
do., favorite brands, frtn..lo: city mliu,
choice and fancy patent. Wti.B0: city mills,
regular (trades, winter, clear, J4.7."il4,l0; do.,
strnlKht, tr.fl.1.2.1; do., patent. iS..Kfi,V7.V
tlVK FI.OL'It. Quiet and unchanged. We
quoto niarby and Western, In woid, at J.1V
Quiet and unchanged. Quotation: City
bcf, In scls. smoked and air dried, 2J"8
Uilc; Western beef. In sets, smoked, 2l'rP
.'inc.: city beef, knuckles and tenders, smok
ed and air dried, 30.11c.: Western beef,
kt.tickles and tenders, smoked, 30ff31c. ; beef
bams, Srtftase. : pork, family, 2.',20e.: hami,
8. I. cured, loose. i4a,144c; do., skinned,
locac, MOMHi'.: do., do., smoked, 15flir,Wc:
other hams, smoked, city cured, as to brand
am' average, lauifine : hams, smoked. West
ern cured, l.VUIlnc. : do., boiled, boneless, vO
J12lc. : picnic thouldcra, 8. V. cured, loose, lift
(12c; do., smoked, i:Hifl:i4c: bellies. In pickle,
according to average, loose. li!fl,104c.; break
fasl bacon, as to brand and average, city cured,
1W20C.: breakfast bacon, Western cured, lll
20c.; lard, Western, refined, tierces, 10'iitfllc.;
do., do., do, tub. M4Mle.: lard, pure elt
kettle rendered, In tierces, 10V11r. : lard,
pure city, kcttlo rendered, In tuba. llffllHc.
Trade slow and market unchanged. Ileflnera'
list prices: Htandnrd granulated, BOSc.: One
grnuulatrd, ,1c: powdered, a.ioc. ; confec
tloncis1 A. 4 110c.; soft gtndcs, 4.154.75.
IIXTTKK. Iterelpls light and prices ad
tanreil lc. with supplies f One go.l closely
cleaned up Quotations: Western, fresh, solid
packed, creamery, fancy specials, :17c. ; extra,
8.1c.; extra firsts. .Ttfl;Uc.; firBts. ,10u:ilc; sec
onds, 2fl2s-. . ladle-pocked, 2Kt2lc, as to
quality; nearby prints, fancy, :ic. : do., aver
ago extra, rt.v.Kl.c; do., firsts. 32JI3tc: do..
secomls, 2Mimi, Special fancy brands of
prints Jobbing nt 42ft44c
UCHIM Were In good demand and prices
of flno fresh stock ulvanccd roc. per Mac or
2c. per lox.cn. Quutallona: In free cases, near
by, extras, .Ific. per doicn; nearby Prats. I10.0
per standard ruse, nearby current receipts,
nrstn, $10.20 per oiwe: Oo.. nrits. 0.iWflt.m
inrr caw,""., siiiinui, t""i 2' ' i :..-
frlgerator eggs. 2l27c. per il.nen. as to qua.
Ity. Candled nnd recrate.1 fresh eggs were
jobbed out at 424f44c. per dot., as to quality.
t'lir.KSE. The market quiet and un
ehansol. Quotations: New lork, full-crciim,
choice. I.V.K.; do., do., fair to good. ltVjI.w.;
ill ., jinrt skims. Mrlflc.
LIVE.- Fnlr demand for fine stock, prices
of which ruled steady. Quotations: I- pnis.
i:,0l.'.c; old rooBtors, ll12c; spring ehlckeni,
according to quality, 1213c.: ducks. 1.114e. ;
gecse. US 14c. ; guineas, young, weighing J lbs.
ami ocr apiece, per pair, 70c: do., weighing
14iM !hs. apiece, per pair, r,0fln,,c.; do.,
weighing 1 lb. apiece, por pair. W)c.; old, ptr
pnlr. .vie.: pigeons, per pair. lflflWc.
Dltr.SSEl). Receipts o.ulto liberal, but
choice stock s,,ld fairly and va ilea wel sus
tained. Ouotntlons: tresli-klled poultry
Turkcys. One. large spring. 22il-,1c. do.. No.
1. old' EflflSlc.; do., ordinary. lKff20c; fowls,
per lb. -Selected henvy, 17c; do weighing
4VjB3 lbs. nplece. Klo.: .0.. weighing 4 lbs.
apiece, tlJIc: do., weighing ,1'i lbs. apiece,
i:ic; do., weighing :t lbs. and under. 1-'c.!
1. , L . .1. .....lotrr.t 15lf.p broiling, chick-
w.nc.Sy: weighing-IWli lb. apiece, a W
22.-.: broiling chlcKens. nearby, fair to good,
liWlic: chickens. Western. 4 lbs. and mer
apiece. K.c: do do.. 314 lbs. apiece, fat. 13M
lie- do. do. 2'73 lbs. apiece. 12'OWI.Ic;
hroiilng chickens. .Western. 1M12, lb", apiece.
!' C " '- ".: ''V.. ,7i. ' t2M2.2.1: white
weighing i',,P, lbs. per doz.. J1.2..W1.C.1; dark
and No. 2. Mtc.4ifl.10.
Market generally steady with n fnlr Inquiry
for choice stock. Quotations: Apples, per bbl.
-Jonathan. Mfl.l.RO: King $2..'.": : Illush.
2..VK1.1; ilaldwin. fl.7.1fl-.'.r,0; Orcenlng, fl.ni
fi2.30: Tiventy-ounce. f2.S.K)2 : Pippin, fl.w
02.20: York Imperial. fl.TSOT: other good eat
ing varieties, J1.73fT2.50: medium, f 181.50;
cinb. fI4.30: crab apples, ped fush. Imsket.
ft .'rfV3l.7r,; apples. Western, per box, Jll 60;
ipples. Delaware nnd rcnnsylvanla. per ham
per, 25r40; quinces, per bbl f?JM..,0;
enons. per box. f3fl4; grnpefrult, 1-lorlds per
crate. fl.Wfi2.21; pineapples, per crate-Porto
Rico, $1.2303.23: Florida. !; """r'"-
barket-'uVrge. white or yellow. OOc.dMl: me
dium 4 fun .We.: pears. New Tork. per bbl.
."c'kel. f! Mil Ilartlett. No. 1. f4?.T.n0; ilo..
No 2 i2.30fl3: Ueurre 'noac. jlf3.30: Phel-
Ileurre d'AnJou. 18.104.22.168.2.1: Duche... fSMn
1 "V Howell. f212.l: other varieties, f21J3i
near, nnrtleti or Seckel. per bush, baskot,
il ",ii2: grapes. New York-Concord, per s-lb.
bVsketr i:iifrl5c : do., per 4-lb. baakct. malic;
Nlagnra. per 4-lb. basket. 10n2c; Delawarcs,
f?er 4-lb. basket. 12ff1Rc.; grapes, Concord,
rer 20-11). baBket. .".040s.
Trade fnlr nnd values generally well sustain
ed. Quotations: White potatoos, per bush.
Pennsylvania, rVtjtHc.; New York. JfiiB'SOc.;
white potatoes, Jersey, per basket, 3Mr45c.;
lie: Droning cnicKcno. uvi,.., '""( 'ki.V 11
12014c.: squah.", per dor., white, weighing 11
to 12 II a per iloz.. U,WWr4.l white, welgll
iSir n tn ill lbs. per dox.. 1.in3.7r.; wh tc.
,n :vifr.r. i.t: wnnc.
Ctpe Coil, early niaca. per uui., nom;, ",;
berries, rape Cod. early tdack. per crate. lf
1.40: cronbeirtes. Jersey, per crate. 1 1 81. .5.
sweet potatoes, Eastern Shore, per thl. So,
1. l! No. 2, 73c. t sweets, Jersey, per bbl.
No, I, 2.2.rtf230. No. 2, $l.2.11.50; swets,
Jersey, per basket, 40trnoe. Onions, per bush.,
33N,v.i do., choice, per ion-lb. be.!. i; no.,
ilAlMltlA .ik .- "Ill, ,M IMNlSII KAr fl
II CUIUIIIl 1'Cr IVM-IU, lOf,. Ililtiruvi noiMMH
RATE DECISION MODIFIED
Commerce Bonrd Changes Former
WASHINGTON', Nov. (1 The Interstate
Commerce Commission today modified a
former decision in establishing divisions
of rates, allowance nnd demutrage to
Industrial railroads from trunk line car
riers, to conform to o. decision of the
Supreme Court of the United Htates, made
In what was called the "tap-lino cases."
Tho commission holdB ah Industrial or
"plant facility rnllrond Is cither a com
mon carrier, or specifically a private lino.
Upon Mich basis the commission will de
cide whether tho finnll line carrier la en
titled to an allowance or division of a
COTTON EXCHANGE OPENING
Finns Are to Resume In New York on
NHW YOItK, Nov, 0. The Now York
Cottcn Kxchnnge will open for business
ono week from Monday, November 1G, If
plana tinder consideration by the board of
manager today do not go nwry.
Tho work of obtaining signatures to tho
agreements announced yesterday In detail
from cotton brokers here, progressed so
rapldlv today that It wns believed this
work will have been cleared up by to
SUGAR TAKES ANOTHER DROP
rteflncd sugar took a further drop In
prlco today, rtcflners wero offering the
product nt five cents a pound. Retailer
Fold It at 5.45 cents. One refiner sold nt
4.M a pound, tn August the. prlco nskod
was 7V4 cents. It Is believed that tho prlco
will go still lower unu mny reach tho
bottom price recorded In April of 3.75
cents. A vessel was chartered today to
carry a full cargo of sugar from New
York to Havre, a most unusual shipment.
Men Who Sold Spurious "Editions do
Luxe" Mado $5,000,000 by Fraud.
NEW YOHK, Nov. (!. James J. Farmer,
president of the Anglo-American Authors'
Association, and William Hartley, a sales
man for that concern, who weru accused
of selling fake "editions do luxe" through
ue of tho malls, wcro sentenced to two
years each today.
They and their assistants are said to
hnve made about $:,000,000 through tho
sale of spurious editions de luxe. Tho
prisoners will be taken to Atlanta, Ga.,
?50,000 FIRE IN STRIKE BELT
Business Section of Hartford Dnm
nded by Mysterious Blaze.
FOKT SMITH, Ark., Nov. fi. FIro In
tho buslncks section of Hnrtforil, In tlie
Prairie Creek Coal mine strike Held,
caused a loss toduy of $50,00n. The origin
Four troops of United Stnlcs cavalry
from Fort Sheridan, Chicago, arrived In
the strike field today and simultaneously
a speclnl Federal Grand Jury wno con
vened to Investigate, the depredations
growing out of tho labor troubles.
WILL TAKE UP REBATE CASE
Litigation Intended to Clear TJp
Provision in Tariff Law.
WASHINGTON, Nov. C Arguments In
the 5 per cent, rebate caso beforo tho
Vnlted Stntcs Court of Customs Appeals
wilt bo heard next Tuesday nnd Wednes
day. The litigation Is Intended to clear
up tho provision In tho tariff law which
grants a 5 per cent, withdrawal of duties
on goods Imported In American ships.
Tho iue.stlim Is ono Ot utmost Importance
to Importers and tho provision has been
INSURANCE RATES CRITICIZED
Chicago Man Charges Companies Dis
criminate Against the City.
CHICAGO, Nov. 6. Colonel Edwin Kom
berg, a large property owner, said today
property owners of Chicago wero dis
criminated against by Are insurance com
panies. He declared If business of such
concerns was properly regulated in this
State there would be a saving of J2,40O,O0O
In premiums, of which amount $l,4CO.O0O
would go to property owners here.
Jt112. Caullflotvcr, New York, per crate. 0.1
?P0e. Celery, New Tork, per bunch. 10830s.
tushrooms, per 4-lb. bASkct, Jlffl.40.
You can get a Victrola at Heppe's for Cash Price
with Time Privilege,
Write for Large Illustrated Catalogs
CT LIfla JP. Q
. J. JTieppe CV OOn
Please send me
(Chicle .whichever you wish)
Dfl. HENRY GANNETT DEAD
President of National Geographic So
ciety Suffered From Brlght's Disease.
WASHINGTON, Nov. f.-Dr. Henry
Gannett, one of the foremost American
scientists nnd president of tho National
Geographic Society, Is dead here today,
following several months' Illness from
Doctor Gannett was geographer of tho
ITnltcd States Geological Survey, chair
man of the United 8tntes Ocogrnphlc
Hoard and ono of the early surveyors
for the Government in the West
FREDERICK AUGUSTUS LEX
Retired Iron Manufacturer nnd Prom
Frederick Augustus Lex, who wns af
filiated with the Lobdell Cor Wheel Com
pany, of Wilmington, and n prominent
clubman, died yesterday at the Dclmar
Morrls Apartments, Chelten and Morris
avenues, Germantown, where ho had lived
since his retirement several years ago.
Ho was 00 years old. Whllo he Buffered
from a complication ot diseases, It Is
believed the recent denth of his wife,
who was Miss Anne Harper Kimball,
hnstcnetl his end.
Mr. l,cx held a largo Interest In the
A. Whitney Car ;Whcel Company some
years ago, when that concern, located at
lGth nnd Cnllowhlll streets, w,s among
the largest Iron Industries In this coun
try. He wan a member of the Manhelm
Cricket Club and the Germantown His
torical Society. Mrs. Paul P. Pearson, of
lasahlckou avenue, Germantown, Is :i
daughter nnd tho only surviving mem
ber of .Mr. I.cx's family. Hequlcm Mass
will he held tomorrow morning ut 10
o'clock In St. Vincent do Paul's Church,
ELMIRA SCHULLER CLIFFE
Mrs. Hlmlra Schullor Cllffo, wife of
Walter Itnlelgli Cllffo, superintendent for
the Keystone Stnto Construction Com
inny, died yesterday at her home, 59.11
Wayno avenue, Germantown, after a long
Illness. Mrs. Cllffo wjvi n member of thn
Klrst Methodist Episcopal Church. Ger
mnntown. Two sons, W. Raleigh nnd
Frederick T. Cllffo, survive. Funeral
services will take plane Saturday after
noon, at tho home.
MRS. ELLEN OLIVER BANTA
Mm. JCllcn Oliver Hanta, daughter of
James P. Horn, head of the firm of J. P.
Hoi 11 & Co., publishers, and formerly a
nurse In tho Medlco-Chlrurglcnl Hospital,
died ycasterday ot her home, 4936 North
Broad street, nfter long suffering from a
complication of disease. She was In her
SGth year. Sho leaves it daughter, Miss
Elizabeth Oliver Buntn. Tho funeral
services will bo held Sunday afternoon,
3:30 o'clock, nt her late home. .
Peter Mnrtln, CS yearn old, and connect
ed with tho John T. Dalley Sons, rope
manufacturers, for thoro than fiO years,
died yesterday nt his home, 2120 South
7th street, from a complication of dis
eases. Ho wns born In Dublin, Ireland,
and came to this country when n boy.
Four sons and threo daughters survive
Mr. Martin. The funeral will be held
from his home Monday morning.
ALICE M. BODINE
Miss Alice M. Bodlnc, daughter of
Harry E. Bodlno. president of tho United
Stntcs Fashion and Sample Book Com
pany, of this city, died yesterday at her
home. Old York road above Bydal road.
Jenklntown, of bronchial pneumonia.
Funeral services will bo held Monday
morning, 11 o'clock, at the home.
AIAIIt. On June 15, 10H, by drowning,
Wli.LIAM . son of the lato James It.
Adair and lato Mary M. Toner. Funeral 'n
Saturday, at 2:.-l p. m., from 352 Daly at.
Interment nt Fcrnwool Cemetery.
A I.I. F.N. At Asbury Park. N. J., on No
vernier 4, 1011. Ui:OI10E COIIMK3 ALI.EN.
son of the late Abner and Elisabeth Com! a
Allen. Services at Trinity Church, Asbury
Park, N. J., at 11 a. rp. Saturday. Interment
Christ hurch Cemetery, Shrewsbury.
llAltltKTT. On November 4. 1014. ELIZA.
HI1TII M. BARRETT, widow of Charles H.
Darrett. Funeral m Saturday, at 2 p. m.,
Irom 271.", Orthodux st , Brldesburg. Inter
ment at Oakland Cemetery.
HATTEN On November 4, 1014, EMMA E.
IIATHTN, daughter of the late Alexander E
nnd Eleanor V,'. Klrkpatrlck. Relatives and
There are Victors
and Victrolas in great
variety of styles from
$10 to $200, and any
Victor dealer will
them to you.
Victor Talking Machine Co.
Camden, N. J..
1117..U9 Chestnut Street.
6th ant Thompson Streets.
Victrola catalog and terms.
Catalog of Pianola Pianos.
Catalog of New Pianos.
List of Used Pianos.
1117-1119 Chestnut Street
6th and Thompson Streets
frlen.4. are Invited to attend the f"f!?1JeT
ir.m ,n ni,,isv afternoon, .at 2 n clerk, ai
the. apartments of Oliver II Mir. W0 i-ncsi-nut
sttect. Interment private,
BODINE On November f. .' M'TiStinV
dauahter of Harry K. and Vi,.Vi7i fn tteiid
Relatives and friends nre Invited to ",en
the f unera services. , on Mendav WnnW
November i, at 11 o 'clock, at her P me
residence. Old York road above Rdal roaa.
Jenklntown. I'n. Interment prhnte.
CI.A!tK.-On November S. "I 'VD0?F;T0
widow of James, Clark and jauRliter o r mo
late John nnd Ellen bendy. I'.ul5r,,,?r.mnn,!
urday, at 8:: n. m.. from Slis l"f,"C
at. Solemn Requiem Masa at the r hurch or
tho Nativity, at 10 a. m. Interment at "
0i.IITK.-On November ,n. tfiU. ttl -N "".A.
aCHlM.ER, wife of Waller ljntflljtj ,,nl
Relatives and friends are Invited "'""
COlSOn November 2. 1014, FRANCIS
COLE. Funeral on Saturday nt 11 ";. ?
clsely, from 3a00 Knorr at.. Tacony. Services
nnd Interment at St. Tlmotiiy'i P. h. Church
Cnrt.P.. On November 4. 1014, CATH
A111NB v.. wife of Michae Cnyle. Jr.
nmeral on Monda November It. n1,.;,";,,.';
frcm Klnr st. an' Jersey nve.. Oloucester
city, N. Vr. Solemn Hequ em Mass nt '
Mary's Church at 0 o'clock. Interment Ht.
inry's Cemetery. , ..,, fr.r.
DICK1NBON. On November 4. 1014. HAR
HII1.T, widow of Addison ttlck nson. 1- I
neral services, on Saturday, at W in.. ntOTUJi
Uermantonn ave. Interment nt Green Mount
I,.-.... . .....
l'iN"v.-On November S. 1014. JOHN V., eon
of Anastasln and the late Huch rw l-J
neral on Saturday, at 8:.'W n. m.. rrotn -s
North 1.2c) H. High Requiem Mass nt Or
I.ady of the Rosary Church, nt 10 a. tn. in
terment at fl. Pcnla' Cemetery .,..,,.
POX. - On November, ft. 19 4. AONRH
llhHTHA, daUBhtcr -f John and Mary f'ix.
ltelstlvcs and friends nro Invited to attend
tho fttnernl sort Ices on Rntunlay nfternnon.
nt li.".p n-clock. at the residence of her
parents, ,Vin Willows avenue, West Philadel
phia. Interment private.
MEN8IIEIMER. At I.eedspnlnl, N. J on
Novemlier . 1III4. (l. JACOIt. husband ot
tho late Margaret (lenshelmer (nee Wagner.
Funeral on Saturday, at . n. tn from -OH
North Rhode Miami ave., Atlantic Ity.
HlRh Mass of llequlem nt th- Holy Hplrlt
Church at R :S() n. m.. precisely. Interment
nt Pt. Mary's Cemetery. IlnxbnrniiRli
IIUNTKR. On November B. 101 1, MAROA
RET CIjARK. wife of C.cors;e C. Hunter.
Funeral services nn Maturdny, al "-' p. in., nt
211110 North llamhrey st. Interment private
nt Mount Morlah Cemetery. .,.,,
JACOIIY. On November 3, 1014. BENJA
MIN NEFTON, husband of Marxarct
Emma Jacoby, Funeral Saturday, at S p.
m., from 101 Madison nvo.. Highland Park,
Upper Darby. Pa. Interment Arllntton Ceme
tery. JORDAN. Suddenly, nn November 3. 1014,
MARY, wife of Patrick Jnrdnn. Funeral on
Saturday, nt s.:iu a. m.. from sou, Tocomn
st.. Clermnntown. Solemn High Mass o)
Requiem at the Churrh of ft. Francis of
Asalal. nt 10 a. m. Interment at Holy Scpul
chrr. Cemetery. . ,
KKEN.VN. On November 3, 1014. RICHARD
J husband of Jenn t'urrlo Krciian. aRed 41
years. Funertd servlcos on Saturday, nt 8
P. m.. nt loo North flflth st. Interment
flrcenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, N. Y on
Sunday, nt .1 p. m.
KEI.I.Y On November 3. 1014. EDMUND
onuc.H, husband of Catharine Kcllv.
Funeral on Sunday, nt S a. in., from WS"
North 3.",th St.. Falls of Schuvlklll. HlRh
Mass at St. PrldKefs Church, at 0:30 a.
m. Interment Westminster Cemetery.
KIJNR. At Mont Clair, N. J., nn November
4. 1011. SARAH 1.AVINIA. widow of .1. N.
Kline. Funeral services on Saturday after
noon, at 2:30 o'clock, nt the Church of tho
Incarnation. Hrond and .leffcnon streets.
PHlni'flnhln. Interment private.
KRVOER. On November 4. 1014. CHARLES
O. KRUGER. need .",1 years. The relatives
and friends of the family nnd nil organiza
tions of which ho was a member nre respect
fully Invited tn attend his funeral services, nt
his late residence. Charl-lleth, Aldington,
Ta.. on Snturdny afternoon nt I o'clock pre
cisely. Interment private. Automobile fu-
IEYY. On November fi, 1014. LEWIS, hus
bard of IPirhel J.ovy. UKcd "S ytnts. Itln
tlvc nnd friends, nlsn William II. Schneider
Indite, No. 4in. F. and A. M., and nil other
orRnnlMtlons of which he was n member, are
Invited to attend tho funeral services, on
Sundav. nt 2:30 p. m.. at his lato residence,
12:12 West Allegheny avenue. Interment
I.KX. At Oermantown. on November fi.
1UI4, KREDKR1C AFC.USTI'S LEX. Solemn
Requiem Mans in Ht. Vincent de Pull's
Church. I'rleo street. Saturday morning at 10
o'clock. Interment private.
LINDSAY. On November 4. 1014, JOHN P..
liuslnrd of tlv late Mary Llml'ny. Rela
tives nnd friends are Invited in nttend th"
funeral services, on Saturda aftcrnnnn. nt 2
o'clock, at bin lite residence, 3.SU Pctnhcr
tnn trret. Inttimcnt 1 rlvnle.
LORD. On November 4. 1014. JIADEL S..
dauKhter of the lato William It. and Cornelia
C. I-nrd. Relatives and frlcnda are Invited
to attend the funeral services, on Saturday
afternoon, November 7, at 2 o'clock, from tho
residence of her brother-in-law, Albert C.
Mlddlcton, 1411 E. Main ht.. MoorcKtonn,
N. J. Interment private at Haddonllcld llap.
MAIITIX. PETER MARTIN, 2120 South
Ma'uHEK. On November 3, lt)I4. JOSEPH
II. . husband of Frnncea Maurer. Funeral on
Saturday, at S:30 a. m.. from 434.t Main st.
Manayunk Solemn Requiem Mass at St.
Marys Church nt 10 a. nt. lnlerment nt
Westminster Cemetery. ......
MAXWELL. On November 3, 10H, AL
MERT E.. husband of Josephine Maxwell.
Funeral services on Saturday, at 2 p. m.. at
720 East Thompson st. Interment private, at
Oreen Mount Cemetery.
McAVOY. On November 4, 1014, SIARY
McAVUY. 2unerai irnm ,,ui- uriBcom hi.,
and daiiRhter of the lato Sarah McOarry.
In the MHh year or her ace. Relatives and
friends are Invited to nttend the funeral, on
Saturday morning, at S:S0 o'clock, at her
lato residence, :tt) North 40th st. Solemn
Requiem Mass at t. James' Church, at 10
r.RHAHilT. On November 4, 1014. ANNIL.
wife of llenree Erhnrdt and dnuehlcr of tho
late Thomas nnd Mary Newell. J""""'
services on Fnturday. nt 1 p. m.. nihtr lata
residence. 11 IS Mvrlla st. Interment Ml.
Victrola XVI, $200-
The loatrumant by which tho value of
all musical instruments is measured
o'clock. Interment nt Old Cathedral cm-
SfrCAHTV. (nee Slanert). On November 4.
inu, F.Lf.A V., widow of D. It. Mccarty.
Funer. services on,8aturly, at 2:30 p.m.,
nt 2241 North Cltsilwlek st. (Inth and Sua.
quehanna nve.). Interment private, at North
MeOLEHNAN. On. November, 3, 1914,
MARY, widow of Alexander J, .McCIernan.
Relatives nnd friends nre Invited to attend
tho funeral, on Saturday morning, at S:IW
o'clock, from her late residence. 1427, N. 8th.
Solemn Requiem Mass. nt fit. Michael'!
Church nt In o'clock. Interment New ca
MrCORMIfjK On Nnvemher 3,1014, ETTIR,
widow of Thomas McCormlck. Funeral en
Saturday, nt H-.'IO n. m., from 404fi,nrown
at.. West Phlla. Solemn Requiem Mass at
Church of Our Mother of Sorrows nt 10 a, m.
Interment nt Holy Cross Cemetery.
McCOR.MlfcK, On Ifovember 4,1014, JAMES
Mccormick, formerly of Lavalette, N, J,
Funeral services on Saturday, nt 2 p. m., nt
211.1 Memnhls sf. Interment private.
JlrKKNNAN, On November 4, 1014, MART
A., wife cf Samuel McKennan. Funeral sew
Ires on Siaturday. a l ,2., o'clock, from 1810
Latnna st. Interment ArllnRton Cemetery.
MILLER. On November 4lh. 1014, JO
SEPH S., son of tho late Hiram and Melvlna
Miller. aRed OS yrnrs. The relatives and
friends of the family, also Lodge No. 2, F.
nnd A. M., and all organizations of which ha
una a member, aro respectfully Invited to at
tend his funeral services, nt his lata resi
dence, northwest corner 10th St. and Alle
gheny ave., on Saturday afternoon at 8
o'clock precisely. Interment at Laurel 11111
Cemetery. Automobile funeral
MILLER, On November fi. 1014, MART A.
MILLER. Relatives nnd friends of the fam
ily nre Invited tn nttend the funeral services,
on Monday afternoon, at 2 o clock, at the
residence of Charles C. Vandecrift. 1210
South t.'th at. lntirment private. Remains
may bo viewed on Sunday evening from 8
MOTSON. On November 3. 1014, JOHN D.
MOTSON. son of OcorRO nnd Mary Motson
(nee Noble). Funeral services on Saturday,
at 2 p. m.. at mo1 Palmer st. Interment
private. North Cedar Hill Cemetery.
MURPHY On November 4, 1014, THOMAS
J. MI'HPHY. Funeral on Monday, nt 8a.
rn., from lfi43 South 20th st. Solemn Re.
lulrm Mass nt St. Thomas' Church nt 03H
n. m. Interment Holy Ones Cemetery.
PACHA. On November 3, 1014. EMILY,
dauuhter of Harry nnd Rertha Pacha (nee
Huffman). Funeral services on Saturday, at
2 p. nt., at (1704 HcRerman at., Tacony. In
terment Oakland Cemetery. ,
PARR. On November 4, 1014, OEOROE VT.
C. son of Edwnrd II. nnd the late. Florenc
E. Parr. In hl B.'.lh year. Funeral on Sun
day, at 2 p. m.. from C7I0 Westminster ave.
Interment Fern wood Cemetery.
PRATT. On November 4, 1014. ANNIE E..
wire of (JenrRC II. Trntt and dnUBhtnr of
Mary nnd the Into Joseph P. Hoster. Funeral
services on Mondny. at 2 p. m at 2027
South With Bt. Interment private.
ItKA November fi. 1014. JAMES E.. son ot
William 17. nnd Emma Read Funeral on
mturrtny. at 2 p. m., from 10.14 Dennle st.
REYNOLDS. On November 4.1014.THOMAB
REYNOLDS. Funeral on Saturday, at H::i0
n. m . from 2724 North 12th at. Solemn
llequlem Mass nt Our Lady of Mercy Church
at in n. m. nreclsely. Interment private.
HICHHNZ.UiEN. On November 4, 1014,
JOHN, husband of Elizabeth RIchonzaBcn.
F'uneral November 7. at H n. m.. from 1000
Smith inth st. Solemn Mass of Requiem at
the Church of Et. Thomas Aquinas at 0:30
a. m. precisely. Interment Holy Cross Come
trrv. KINK On November 4. 1014, Miss KATH
II. RINK, aged SO years. Relatives and
friends, niso the mnnaRers of the M. E.
Home, nie Invited to attend the, funernt
services, at her late residence. 040 N. Frank
lin at., on Saturday nfternoon. nt 2 o'clock
precisely. Interment Mt. Mnrlftlt Cemetery.
IUHJEHS. At Crosswlcks, N. J., on Wednes
diy. Nov ember 4. 11)14, AlUOAITj S.
RonUl'S. widow nf Eden RoRers. nged 70
years. Relatives nnd friends of the family
aro Invited to nttend the funeral from her lato
residence, near Crosswlcks, N. J., on Satur
day nt 2 p. m. Interment nt Crosswlcks.
N. J. Carriages will meet 12 o'clock train
fere, p-.H.i,htn nt Rordentown. N. J.
St'lIKORLER. On November 3. 1014. OER
TRI'DE K Hi'HROItLER dnughter of Pau
line and the lato Ernst Schrobler. ! it neral
nn Saturday, at 2 p. m.. frtm 3423 .nrth
Fnlrhlll at. Interment at Orecn Mount Ceme
SHARP Suddenly, nt Ocean City. N. J., on
November :i. 1011. SARAH C. SHARP, wlfo
of Harry Sharp. Funernt services, on Satur
da, November 7. 1H14. at lOji. m., at 421
fentr.il nve.. Ocean City, N. J. Interment
Slinnt.VKrPl On November 4. 1014. MA-
I TILDA SIH'KMAKER. Funcrnl services at
U-'i sprucn at., on Hiitiirnay. ni i;ju p. in.
precisely. Interment private.
SMITH. On November 3. 1014. SARAH J.,
daughter of Rose Anna nnd tho late Thomas
M. Smith. Funeral (-crvlcc on Saturday, at
2 p. m. precisely, at 3733 North Sydenham
st.. Tioga. Interment private, nt North
Ce.lar Hill Cemetery.
STERN On November 4, 1014. MAROARET
v.. widow of Chnrles A. Steen. Funeral on
Satunl.iv. November 7. from the residence of
her nephew, (icons. O. M-hlmnn. 324 East
Olrard ave. Interment New Cnthedrnl Ccme
,e.,. TORINO DOMINICK TORINO. 4011 Wayne.
WALLACE. On November 4, 1014. Captoln
JAMES WALLACE. Relatives and friends
aro Invited lu attend the funeral services, on
Saturday, 'it S p. m. precisely, nt his late
residence, littn South tlroad tt. Interment
nt woodlands Cemetery.
WALSH. On November 2, 1014, THOMAS. .
huebnnd of Mary Walsh (nee Hayes) and .
son of the late Thomas nnd Ann Walslv Fu
ncrnl nn Monday, nt 8:110 n. nt., from 4201
North 1.1th Ft. Solemn High Mass of Requiem
at St. Stephen's Church. Nlcetown. nt 10 a.
in. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Ccmo-
WEINMANN. On November 4, 1014. PER
TIIA WEINMANS, widow of Albert Weln
iniinn. In her 77th year. Relatives and
friends nre Invited tn attend the funeral
services or. Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock
pro-isely. Ht her late residence, 1423 Dia
mond street. Interment at Mt. Slnnl Ceme
tery, WILSON. On November 4. 1014. HANNAH
HLIS5ARETH DORNAN, wlfo of William T,
Wilson. The relatives and friends of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend the
funeral servicea nt the residence of her son,
William E. Wlleon. 3317 North Orats at., on
Saturday ofternoon at 3 o'clock precisely.
Interment private, nt South Laurel Hill
7.ACIIAWSKA KAZUN1E ZACHAWSKA,
2,Wi Tltton t.
sZ '""' jjag
Tim WHeJssM .fj WJSf mmx-
1 IM. VI