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MtATB IS CALLED
ON FO RELIEF
ritinoii from Vntt One
n Chfrrles, Ditvld and Hugh Toune,
& Tftlt utrMt.
helm. Davis. 9 Stars old. la proud over
vih fact that her first name Is the same
nsltie Mtrcy snip No. l. sno sent 10 me
tellei bureau 12.10. In her letter she
Jyfthed Captain Hendrlckson and the
-wantshln Thelma cood luck and ex-
.f re3 the wish that nolhlnir would hup-
WPtTt-Ao her whllo sho was on the deep.
Titeinw wrote tnat She win senn more
From. Berwick, Pa., caine a letter
written by George Van Scoty, 8 years
old, who enclosed JO cents. The letter
Had as follows:
"I arrt sending SO cents and would like
tn'DUy fodr meals for four little Bel
pan boys. This is merely two wccka or
Jn)' allowance and It was money I was
fiaVlntf for Christmas."
Mrs. B. M. Thaw, an elderly woman
fortnight a beautiful lace handkerchief to
the Relief Bureau. The handkerchief
8s presented to her by General A. T. A.
TorbeM. of Delaware, many years aso,
while ho wu the American Consul Oen
ral In Paris during the administration
of resident Grant. The aged woman
requested that the handkerchief be
placed In the store of John Wanamaker
ant', be sold to the person offering the
highest sum,' and the proceeds turned
6vei to the committee.
Through an error It was stated yes
terday In the list of contributors that
C and M. two youngsters who had
written a poem, had contributed 25 cents.
They contributed $2.
The cargo of relief ship No. 2, which
hns not yet been chartered, will be In
the nature of a Thanksgiving gift, al
though the plans are to have her go out
Just as soon after the Thelma as there
will bo contributions enough to fill her
Three million Belglums are starving.
Just twice as many people an tho city of
Philadelphia boasts. One meal to each
and every one of them Is not going to
keep the wolf from tho door.
PLIGHT OP THE REFUGEES.
One ship, no matter how well provi
sioned she may be. Is not going to feed
a nation. The end of the war Is not even
In sight. Little Belgium Is still the blood
iest battleground. And Holland, a coun
try which has all that It can do to look
ftcr Its own Inhabitants, Is being crowd
ed to Its very borders with the panic
Philadelphia Is realizing this. The cam
paign, which It was thought would bo bu
a transitory four-day affair, promises to
become one of an ontlre winter's dura
tion. Following Is a list of contributions re
ceived at tho relief headquarters today:
To a devoted P. D. Quyer, 420
mother rrom her H. 2d t., liar-
loving dadah- rUburg, Pa... 2.00
ttr .? S10.00 Wlnnahlckon . . . 1.00
Cash 8.1 8. 11. Applesate,
O. H. Ausrtrong 1.IM !17 Market at..
Mrs. W. 8. Phlla 1.00
Stamp. SM N. Jtov. ur; n. t.
i Phlla, at., Tork.
Diani, pew ib-
s.oo tirui t.00
s. it. Burring-
St. James J.utn.
S. S , Ashland,
VOO Pa 10.00
ton. Hieing Sun,
B. a. Bowman . .
W. . Wlster...
l.tM Edward B. Phil-
l.OO llpa, Ocrmtn... 3.00
1.0U A Mother of
B. F. HaUCK-...
tt 2.00 L.upv. Eleanor
lllto 1.00 and ElliaBeth
II. A. Klckaock- Hayden ....... J-00
pi. 0V E. Simon J.oo
gal. 810 Jiiver
N. J .
The Acker Girls. 1.20
1.00 Cnah '
.50 barret of Hour. 8.40
J. I LOT
.JO From Klndcrsar
1 ten diss, Ch.
.30 of tho Kcaur-
3.00 reetlon 22.30
- Mrs. C. H. H.
E. I. Matlack. B. B jo
lie tniDeri uovmi unarm).. ;
at.. Phlla . Cash LOO
Client of 8t. A. 2.00 A. C. M......... LOT
Cash 23 William a. B.
!. 8. IL Pearle, nroadbent 2.00
Iock Haven, Trom an Cnem-
Pa. 10.00 ployed
P. M.Tt"!I... . .DOM. C. Perkaale.. l.s
Charles David. 3 Rev. Walter p.
montha LOO Waters. Swarth-
" England ....... LOT more. Pa. ..... 10.0O
Charity"..'.'.;!!! LOT Bethlehem .... .40
Leon Wrrthalm- Mrs. W. H i..
r. flour 0.S0 Frenchtown
From Enailih J.
uiri .......... i.w j"
A Belgium Ad
mirer Mra, Hena Ward.
Freehold. N J .
Elwyn. Pa.. ..
fr . . '.
-, nA rrt-l Tt Miiah-
.SO ert 2300
H.I0C- f. 8
1.23 1L " ;
2 00 A. J. Abrama...
'So P. O. Box 183.
IM Pottsrllle. Pa..
1,W Geo. W. BelhL.
1 00 Mra. Harry 811
fer. Q u aker-
4 00 town
, 'IS Mrs. L. Illllltier
J'Si and Marsaret
William liyron ?,' " p n.40
Forbush 1000 -"i Tlioener 0.40
Chas. J. Cohen. 2.25 ffc 5Kal.L LOT
T. V. Gross. M. hoii Simon .. .30
David I Wttmer 3.00 il, - Brshma ... LOT
One Who Would w'd Jr...... LOO
Like to Give ,,. jj." X. 1
More .......... 2.00 JihV. Moon.. .S0
Jn His, Name. jr, LOO
roiTjiio ..... -a Twells. Beverly.
Joseph IL Ship,
A. Frlsnd..... ,.
ment.. Harry C.
'"C. L. Koinarnaro i.uu
N. H. Kern... . .30
C. 8. Startln 6.00
, Bev. Charles A.
J.T3 sauter 3.00
O-OT Samuel Grosa.... 1.00
V. II. Fosel.
Cash LOT W. A. Kulp 3.OT
Cash LOTW. J. Kuln. ..... LOT
LOO Lnu D Felba
F. B., Hoiemont,
Cash , .
B. U. II
WlllarA E. Maa-
.T ItllA IflrWh.
LOO Albert Kuip. ...
Ells. Kulp ... .
2.M a. M. Marshall. .
3 00 A Sympathlxer.
11.40 A Beader
1.00. C. Newman..
S.OT Dr. E. T. Schrel
xr. r., ,. ,v.
j. vv. ,,.....
6,00 "". H. J. Beek,
,nnio m. win- ..ssi,-e-juil.
'.low. ...... -f- S-; kindT aaad 4...
American uiri. . i e. h t B B. F.
! ' Caah
L Harry ?.
b;;r 3!otM- . B.Wa.
athaway B.0O Iv"m." Collins!.
W. "Bart Thomp-
Mra. D. C. Dra-
lit His Name,
PottsvllU. Pa. .
In H(J Kama,
PottsBIl. Pa. .
Mary O. Shsxr.
Coiiwlen . ,
IMC H. O
'B, u flrar ....
.,,!!. W. Doornay,
. B. B .
V than tVa as .
tile C. Thomas 2.00 AlfIj kUu.,
If. EloU Hryan.
Ldsn It- awaln.
Capa May . .
ilarry L. Jk-
rr Christ's lka.
Minnie Love. ....
1.00 St Prenderxaat.
T. II. O..
a.o nr. w rroiie . . .
.ir st. cuownfs om'
Raphael Pwlsrl. 1.00
.'ts' j.wj ... v';
ietta." ... ,;a.r.
jt, , ........ J-r.h . .
ijii - t
on ratizhtera of
s.00 the Ktor fit
nt Graf Church.
v BJdeway. PaT
B.W SL, Vaa BadLa.
" I baml flour
J S. Fit ....
J-S2 A WldoV ...
P . .
LOT Ttjstsaa, Poffeo.
,vw Iiars-ar. -. LOO
Mauaa A u-
JT: eT SB,Va
iS Pis.1 8. 8.
3- v?. tt. Claras.
13 v S Bovitf !
HHV WM2tmbX3& R4 3-GO Basab
aRJWmma . ' .... .. .. w ssvaisw ...... im
Mi I iBinttaiHBE ' , ffil ';K..
BHiUgaV IBw-.'Sk ..' Han. A B. WUffl . HOT
BPW3r- Me&'i soak"' Kharln Is)' ; . p
MS?TTL asBj'jirsft 3js- tar -j-
B istas$ ag&s vr? sia... u m i m m
4B f?"gg P
J. K. Dulaner...
v. li. TruewM.
00 N. Hsrtmsn, 3d
Mrs. George It..
n t lliiii.lh,. 1.1)0
. urenloch, pa..
Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mahaffey, Pa. .
i.00 contributions from
, "The MMn,"
VPJ! Aahland Header
koo Ulllr and Jim
Mr. C. T. uimh,
Northtait. ee- .
Mrs. 3. w.
rll Mimtv. Mil 10.00 .-i..v
Mra. T. Vletar , e 8teph-
i.luwti. .u. en5 ......
Overbrook 100.00 r Ulllott..
u o n i r i n uunn
ll. ft. Tllll.
Ulna ir-. uiik
Camden, N. J.
.. Cash .v
0.40 ,vt TJiidtna
2.00 Davla. Cam-
- den. Ni ii--B.00
William J. Our,
, York. PS. ..
2.00 Georse Van
1.AI Beotir, Dor-
1.00 Mrs. S. A.
t'n and Ma ....
1Ano Ilapttat S.
Mrs. Arthur H.
Mrs. Delia Mur-
phr. New York
A. K. O,
A Widow' Mite
N .1. 10..- Klva. P a ti 1,
r. v. n
Gerald A. Dough-
Wm. Itoae tie lt-
1.1 si Charles. aa'
. win and May
1.no William r
1 i1 J P. It.. Cua
V.00 tor. Pa
8.00 Mr. and Mrs. J.
8. II i o o n.
r.ro M e a h o ppen,
l.oo "VIh It were
a.oo many tlmvs
Man" E. Hen-
H HI J. Aldan. Pa...
Mrs. It. A. H..
0.4O Mrs. Flora It.
t M W. 'it. Oothers'.
". T. L"ulpepper.
11 J. Shaw
LOOT. S. Curtis
l.Oi) Lloyd and Ileasle
1 ni, lm Alt
Vm. It. P. Chllda.
Alfred M. North.
Mm. 3. J. John-
Edward J. Gallon
Mlrs Mary l.af-
ferty. In Ills
Sacrifice a Duty
Kdwrtrd J. Wbb.
Mr. Bdward J.
V. C. T. tr 21.00
LOO Andrew Howden. 3.OT
LOO Church, llrldes-
Mra. ttobert Kll-
Inuzh (1. lOCflsn
C. T Itoessler.. .23 O, S. 11
W. and E. F...
1.00 Wm. It. 8nidcr. LOT
MM M. U Custer.... 2.OT
7,ri n. Frank Walter .VOT
.23 Laura L. Waller B.W
LOO Johnson Bvon-
I'mltla f-. 7lt,l. Cl
w. ....... -. r--- ---- --
mer i1"' iok oi nojerii-
Win. Guthrie .. B.00 ronl and Spring
J. H. llalley... 2.OT City 24.22
Howard Terry... .1.00 Cseli .0
Jos. P. ledom. 2.00 mli . foo
Mrt. Joseph P. A Friend ...... Lis)
Leedom 2.00 Jenny Knoedler
O. T. A 2.00 Johnson LOO
F. L. P 2..V) Cash LOT
In Jesus Name. 10.00 John Kuhn LOT
Mellle A. Camp- Cash LOT
hell 2.30 cash LOT
Amello C. Bower 1.00 Chas. T. Nutxe.. LOO
llaiel & Iirenio Elizabeth r.ttror- . ,
Marnner LOT rls LOT
Cash 1.00 Cash LOT
II, O F ,. 1.0" Ladle' Eiitrc Nous
Arthur and El- Club, Glouces-
mer Jones 3.00 tcr City, N. J.. 1140
M. E Brennan..
Mr. Myers ... .
Col. Irom Haver
O. II. W
Tl. A. W. J
,i.ir. una .iiro. 11.
LOT Harrison 3.00
D. J. Dinan 1.40
7.3(1 W. C. N 10.TO
LOT tlertram u. Jlcn-
LOT rick, Jr
1.0 Moro iiuck...
11 3d John mention...
OASh i:.OT Cash
Jan. nntrmon.Jr.. p. n. T.
EUs. Batemau.. LOOfl. J. M.
II. A II S.pjlcash ...
Cash 3.OT rash . . .
XV. J. Lino 2OTo. II. O...
.10 CtmAH U'alnr.taln
It. M. II
Mrs A. J. Zur
lick. Greene and
mantown Jno. Ilncnn
Mra. II. W. Colo
Geo. S Lough
B. U. O
S. A. W
vor, Fharon Hill
T. I Boo
M. M. Do Vrlcn.
3.00 Harry Welnsteln
sixticin anu .mar
ket Sts. Men's
. Association ... 23.00
ft-40Mr, and Mra. B.
tp . Ludlow ... 3.00
-l nilth de Zouche
. Moflley 3.OT
5-2?, mur t. Motiiey. lot
10 lMlth Mofllev... LOT
fj Mrs. ,7as. J. Tate 0.40
..O ...Ml. r Mtl.h.
1 rtn JCiii.n" i. .......
VJ5 Sarah Lett .....
'SXPatk. H. Lynch.
" M. W. B
o in W. F. McCrack-
X a en
J.-'Mra. W. F. Bfc-
,.., .. th.
Sympathy .Sn " t
IV.h ... 1.00 P. .'
XIIII-- nln A.
Kmpioyrs or .
Scott ft Son . .
Mra. II. II. Pch-
J. Tomoka ... .
Dr. S. C. Marrl-
Mrs. S. C MA.r-
r.nn" Beje'r , .... 23.00
Fred F. Smith,
2 OT Hrldseton, N.
"mi J., chairman of
.. 7m1IjI ?ntnmlt.
,uu :" iirirt
"00 Mrs. Doverell and
n. Deverell.... 10.00
rin'or ...... ... 2.00 John 1 Gold
Clarenco Pill ...
H. si. 11
27.50 W. H. II
Ed W. Maxwell.
n 00 wayne
"""X";i:-.i n o, :. ' v m.t.
Sporting Depart- w'v1,,i..,"n iot
ment LOT F. Morrell lot
r,..,.l.tnn nii ftR nrt r Mnnrnn L.IM)
.iiu,...i. "!' "" " -..- ,'nrt
LVlltorlAl & Cll
11V 11. i. li .,.""
Tf T. It...
Mrs. I. 8. II...
Mre. W n P.
F. C. I
C. c. P
From II a b y
Employes of the
Miss Back ...
A. W. K. J
St. Paul's Pres
byterian 8. 8.
D. 1. B
3 Years old..
nni rv in.no
4.00 Matthew Ilernato 1.00
.87 Cash ll.OT
2OTR. n. r. LOT
.2T. II. E LOO
!-T. M. Bronnlnit S.OT
E. S ."'
C II W LOT
Barrel Flour ... 0.40
loulse Rherman. 2 00
C. M 7.OT
70 15 From the cluiuf-
1.00 fcurs of the Coa-
.2.1 mopolltan. Blth
LOT & Chestnut sta 10.C0
1.00 Harry McOuIb-
21 ftlan LOT
1 00 ivuhy irrnnk . . . LfO
. FVom tho Work-
'? Ini- lllrla 2 75
Mnwr Tamlly.. 3.00
Just a Friend . LOT
John McKendrlck 3 00
1 on W. C. Kellh . 3.00
2.fO Three Llttln Boya,
1 21 David. Charles.
1.50 & Hugh Young; 0.40
S. N. B.. Jr. ... LOT
.80 Cash 25
2.OT John V. Martin. B.OT
?.OT Mr,. n, G. Lough-
LW ny n.M
: Knowlea 1.00
iiuin DKirvinx. 'nonatlon from of-
Geo?.."H"Alie'n 100 fler patrol
"corse Alien ." . ,. -,.h
Albert W. Win
2 so Lieut. Andrew
5.00 F. Hamilton .125.00
.60 Mabel LoNoIr ... LOO
Mr. and Mrs. J.
10.OT B. H o p k I n s.
.1.1 Austin. Ta. .. 2.00
l.MN. J. C. C. .... 1S.OT
LOT "Little Helen".. LOT
M. It. D
Geo V. Erltnde..
Bertha Marcus .
Frances .Uooro .
Mildred 'Moore . .
Jacob C. McWII.
J. J. Allen
l.no c. H. M.. Cen
LOT tralla. Pa. ...
LOO Mra. C, Warner.
LOT Bordentown. N.
.23 D. H- L. and A.
LOO II. B. Frits
2.OT Christian John.
PHirA. NATIONAL n.VNK LIST.
Contributions received at tho Philadel
phia National Bank;
John H. Kanney t.40 Elisabeth J,
Alice Crocker Bemmey S.OT
Hart 3.00 Frnk B. Foster 25.00
Jos. E. House- . H. A. Randall. . 2.00
worth ........ 8.40 Henry A. Gur-
E. M. MoCully.. 3.00 bora; 5.04
Richard G. W D. J. Tlmmona., BXX)
Voetter .... -. 2.00 Frank Smith... 5 00
J. Dlllwyn Dur. Frank W. Bhrivas 2.00
nail j. R-OT Wm. J. WalleUh 8.00
Clara B. Mayer. 2.00 Dr. Walter O,
Marsaret 8. Bones S.OT
Duncan ...... w a. u. biroud.. . ox)
Mra. B. A. Beau- Hannah J. Gaw-
champ ...... . 2.00 throp 8.00
Carolina Dullas.. 3.00 T. H. Vanler, 1.00
Sidney Beardsley 2.00 John C. Smith.. 2.00
Chaa. T. Farrlow 8.00 Emma T. Godfrey 3.OT
Frances W. .. Harold R. Harris .3o
Bebouler ..... 200 Alio 8. Harris.. LOO
William Schooler O.W Jos. . IwlUr.. 10.OT
c, n. Farso..... 1.00 Frank P. Garves 10.00
6. Howar4 An- Boso II. Jenka. . 3 00
Tthany ... W Mrr W. hi. B.00
Carollno 8. Wal- Gertrude J. Ban
ter L30 ders s 00
Baima Van Court LOT Chaa. O. Jt.aup. 8jW
SiUl E. UrwU- Ell.ibelh Veivn
er . ...... m Oarber . . BjOO
CnrttUBS I Pl'- , K. J. uTUa. .... S.09
ooat -J.2P ?? E- H. Eoaly 15.OT
Hilsn 8. Dixon , IJAl W. B. Vaa Verat J.00
Geo. N. flyown.. 10. W van Co w.OT
Asaa aww .. .. i
BualtaK l?-9 Jl Bran' Soiu 2nn
. o nn & t ai m ! --j :"
auah D. Dobltos i.
"' -T"TT7 1 eTAA ." Jl'
KbrC0 Boothby . 111m la.
i. . east : ' K Art ' r-.T I-
w eiahAraa. . lOHfl H Wkfill.'
? p- .VSfii' ' iaS ?? M- HsiWr s.00
Jaa MeKIrdy . 18.60 Cash . . . . im
bob 1-. fiji w ueaut coatrrw
lUrrist M. wm- tlaaa (ttreutli
if JpT.:: s rfj
J. L IfsaASB 8.19
Iff Taka Qivl SfrvlM Tssta
traliwttw id tiw ClajB Wvtco C4s
siWisUl r tyssMWltoMr a4 stork m MtW
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EDGEKPHILADimHiA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1014.
S0CIE1T DANCES AT THE BELLEVUE
WALTZ. IS MUCH
GAY SCENE WHEN
AT THE BELLEVUE
Beautifully Gowned Women
Make Impression of Strat
ford Supper Room Strik
ing Smoking Indulged In.
A rather startling Innovation tvns made
at tho Dellevuo-Stratford Hotel last night
when the Stratford supper room was
thrown open shortly after 10 o'clock and
dnnclnB permitted until early this morn
lnc. With the tables In the centre of
the room cleared "for action," tho
dancers In evening dress, nnd many wom
en enjoylnff cigarettes, the supper room
rivaled In appearance the gay scenes at
the balls In the Hotel Savoy, In London.
While waiters rushed about serving hur
ried supper orders to guests at the tables,
enthusiastic dancers, both old and young,
women decollete In clinging gowns and
sparkling Jewels, Indulged the newest
The presence of many well-known soci
ety people, the wonderful display of
gorgeous gowns, soft lights and tho musle
played by a hidden orchestra, made the
Innovation a striking success.
' Finished In dull gold, the room made a
striking Impression. Tha massive col
umns, the quaint tapestries, and espe
cially the lights, half hidden and subdued,
gave to the room an attractive appear
ance of mixed statellness and frivolity.
Large palms "shade" the orchestra,
which can bo heard though not seen.
The dancing floor was Inviting. From
the first MaxUe until early In the morn
ing tht. guests whirled, trotted, cantered
and walked to the accompaniment of live
ly airs. Every selection was encored.
SMOKING BETWEEN "TUnNS."
Tables last night were in great de
mand, smoking for both men and wom
en being permitted. Many well-known
society "lights" were seen enjoying cig.
arettes between dances or courses of
The dancing waa graceful and varied,
While steps of the gavotte, ta-tao unrt
evon the furlana were attempted by n
few, the majority preferred a varied
maxlxe, hesitation and canter.
Mrs. John K. Tener, -wife of Governor
Tener. waa among the first to arrive.
She wore a becornlpg black gown of
striking simplicity. She was accompa
nled by a party of friends.
Among the moat snthuslastlo dancers
were Mr. and Mrs. William O. Lents. On
one occasion Mrs. Lents complained the
musla was not lively enough, and C, H
Bennstt, assistant manager of the hotel.
saw to It this was remedied.
In spite of the shortage of Parts orea
tlcns due to the war; the display of
gowns was striking- Mrs. J. H. Evans
Boberts entertained a party of friends.
Mrs. James Potter wore a, clinging gowp
In all black, draped with silk. Mrs.
a e raid Holsraan wore pals blue. Sho
wm seated with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Emlem Hutchinson, who had given a
thtr party. Mr. Bannal Bell, Jr..
wore a stunning gown, ol strape color.
Among thoss who enjoyed tho dancing
were Mr. and Mn. Hamusl P Huhru Mrs.
William DUston. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Earle Whit. Mrs, B. Dobson Altemus,
Mrt,. George B. Bven. Mrs. Felton Hent.
Mr. and. Mrs. Bdward Crozer. Mr. and
Mrs. Huy Waston. Mr. and Mrs. Wtl
Utm K. Ueodman. Jr., Mr. and Mr
Stows! S. Oeaver. Br. rUWrt LeCofete.
Mra. Muloa Dougherty, wnoae dauct&g
Btfrtatiasoi IaveBTy omrantd
vj i 1 1, u .!.. v sj.jEysi a
S -tfT vT 1 W )
w c 11 Cf
Hhe fox TROT 13
EA DEXWEpi PA.'JCES
DEMOCRATS GAIN IN HOUSE
Belated Returns Increase Their Ma
jority to 31.
WASHINGTON, Nov. ll.-Democratlc
gains in belated election returns have
Increased the majority of the party In
the next House of Representatives to 31,
according to an unofficial list compiled
today by South Trimble, clerk of the
The llnc-up under this compilation,
which has not yet been officially veri
Democrats. 23.1; Republicans, 153; Pro
gressives, T: Independents. 1; Socialists,
J. Total, 433.
As It requires 2IS votes to control tho
House, these figures show the majority
party will havo 15 more than enough
for this purpose.
Iteports to Mr. Trimble stated that Kred
O. Stevens, of Minnesota, h veteran He
publlcun, liBd been defeated by C. C.
Vandyke. Democrat, and that W. E. Wil
liams, Domocrat, was re-elected a Pcprc-Hentatlvc-at-Large
from Illinois. Earlier
returnx hail Indicated Republican vic
tories In bath these cases.
CONVENTION AT BELLEVUE
American Specialty Manufacturers
Will Hold Three-day Session Here.
The annual meeting of the American
Specialty Manufacturers' Association will
be held at the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel
November 15, 3) and 21. There are 200
members of the organization, represent
ing probably as much capital as any trade
body, and moat of the members have ex
pressed their Intention of being present.
On Novepiber 13 the Philadelphia rep
resentatives will entertain the members
of the American Specialty Manufacturers'
Association and wholesale grocers of thl
district In the banquet and ballrooms o(
During Its sessions the convention will
be addressed by Governor Tener, W. A.
Held, of the Pan-American Union; Charles
Wesley Dunn, of New York; Bamuel S.
Fels, Thomas A. Daly, Dairy and Food
Commissioner James Faust and the offi
cials of many health foods companies.
CHILDREN BTAB PLAYMATES
Pair Attack Vo on Way to Store In
NOP.RISTOWN, Pa., Nov. ItOn the
way to a store for their mother Rosle,
Joseph and Jennie Maro, small children,
were attacked by Tony and Cassis Bco
ma, aged II and 7, respectively.
The Maro children were all three stab
bed, one of them seriously, In the attack
which took place on the street The chil
dren were playmates. Burgess Saul com
mitted Tony and Cassia ficoma to the
Detention House for the Juvenile Court.
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The holiday spirit centres about the
dining room. Let KuehnU make those
festive occasions more joyous by gjv
tog your dining room a happy corm
btnatlon of color.
The lighting's the thing, and
Kushnla nukes the most of it with,
brilliant decorating Jn good taste. Pre.
pare for thft season now by 'phoning
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Both PftoMa ?f Ifth St
5 AM EMTHUS1AVTIC
HOPING AGAINST HOPE
FOR TRAPPED MINERS
Efforts to Beach Hen Entombed in
BrooUsida Colliery Continued.
POTTSVILL-E, Ta., Nov. ll.-llclnys of
expert miners, working in steady shifts,
havo tolled Incessantly for more than
60 hours to rescuo William Schrelncr and
William Evans, both middle-aged men of
families, who were entombed In the
Bronkslde colliery at Tower City while
engaged In "robbing" pillars. This Is a
dangerous employment, consisting of re
moving the solid coal pillars, which are
left to support the roof of all coal cham
oers, this work being the lust done prior
to abandoning a section of a mine opera
tion. Sobbing and hysterica relatives of the
Imprisoned men watch at the top of the
shaft for news of their loved ones, hope
ful that thoy may yet be rescued alive.
The rescuers, , however, have beon un
able to get any responso to their sig
nals, or Tappings," as the miners term
them, and they believe they lie dead,
burled beneath hundreds of tons of coal
and debris. Tho rescuers, though, con
tinue their tunneling with feverish hanto
and aro taking no chni.ces on the men
HOSPITAL STAFF CHANGED
Dr. Keating Appointed Pathologist of
Chester County Institution.
. WEST CHESTER, Nov. 11. At the
monthly meeting of the board of man
agers of the Chester County Hospital
several changes were determined Upon
In the staff of the Institution. Dr. F. Mc
Call Keating, of Philadelphia, was ap
pointed pathologist He has been an as
sistant on the staff of the Chester County
Hospital for two years.
Dr. Wellington W. Woodward was
chosen anesthetizes A gift of J2M from
T. DeWltt Cuyler was acknowledged by
Of 4a E4nisi
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and the book-stltchlng machines are also
Thr- Houthwark Scale Company Is re
sponsible for the manufacture of an
enormous number of the weighing ma
chines that aro now on the market.
Their scales arc sftltl nil over the world
and nro sntd to be tho best and most
The Armstiong Cotk Company, with a
force of 250 men. lnanngcs to turn out
lz.0UO.OOi feet of cork per year, ana It
would be dinietlll to find a cold storage
pliint which has not been Insulated with
Its product. Mfc preservers, buoys nnd
floor linoleums nlso come from this
factory. . ,
Seven million yards of linoleum and
oilcloth, by the way. go out of Camden
every year, tho Farr & Bailey Com
pany, J. O. Dunn & Co., being tho chief
manufacturer". Seven hundred men are
employed by the Farr A Bailey Company
The largest concern of Its kind any
where Is the Wurron Webster Company.
Interested In putting on tho market the
Irlest Improved methods of steam heat
Inif. Three hundred and twenty-five em
iilocs arc kept busy exploiting nnd sell
Ins the various systems.
Uussla. Turkey nnd Spain furnish the
licorice which tho McAndrows & Forbes
Company prepare for use In chawing
tobacco. This concern has no peer In size
In tho United States.
Boxes from the Camden Box Factory
are sent out as far tho the Philippines,
the averago output being J0.00O paper
boxes a day and 100 persons being en
gaged In making that possible.
The Acme Staple Company uses enough
wire In a vcar to encircle the world 10
timer. No less than two billions of sta
ples are mado annually, and the yearly
output Is valued at J100.000. Slam. Japan.
Mexico, South America, England, Ger
many, France and Canada know of Cam
den beenuso of the staples which aro
sent Into those countries.
Two brick companies the Hugh Hatch
Urick Company and tho Augustus Reeves
Company manage to supply tho world
with 20,000,000 bricks annually, tho former
alone valuing Its yearly business at
Seven railroads run Into the mill yard
of the C. B. Coles & Son Co. More
than 10O.CO0 fcot of lumber por day are
fed to the mills. It was this company
which built the houaa that Peary look
Try Selling by Telephone
It's .the man with the "punch" who
gets the orders, nineteen times out of
The long arm of the Bell Telephone
delivers that "punch." Crossing the city
or the State in the twinkling of an eye, it
will drop you wherever the "goods want
ed" sign is out.
How about a selling-by-telephone
campaign? If Jones is starting on a tedious
trade-seeing trip, tell him to unpack his
bag and puU a chair up to the,, telephone.
Show him how he can cover a dozen towns
in a single forenoon economizing and
boosting his sales at the same time.
Don't put it off, for the hastier
who televhonea may bo cutting
in ahead of the boys who are
using your business card?
THIS DELIGHTFUL COUPE
RARELY has there been produced by any maker a car to
..fascinating as this delightful Hudson Six-40 Coupe. It seats
jour people in perfect comfort. Tbe car while compact amd enutf is
yet amply large. Tbe design and finish are superb. Very many
motor-car owners wbo find a four- or five-seated car all tbey
need are attracted to tbis snappy closed car for all-tbe-year-'round
use. With tbe -windows dropped it is as airy and cool as an open
car. Yet in an instant tbe car can be closed tightly against rain,
snow, cold or dust. Physicians like it. For social uses, afternoons
and evenings, nothing can excel tbis attractive Hudson model
Th$rar many othtr d$rirob)t fiaturtalout which w would hi to til) you
GOMERY-SCHWARTZ MOTOR CAR CO.
333 North Broid Street, Phidtrhi
Paones Btll Filbert 21 M; Kwitone But 21TT,
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to the North Polo wltn mm ni " ""
of the discovery. Two hundred and twenty-five
men are employed here.
Six firms are responsible for ft yearly
output of 1,250,000 gallons of Palntand
varnish from Camden. More i than i SO0.0M
gallons alone come from the i N. Owta
Company, and they value their business
The textile Industry of Camden keP
more than 2000 employes busy, and It is
said that Jl.000.000 is Invested In It. Tho
largest firm, Howland Croft Sons & Co.,
have COO In Its employ. The leather
tanning business Is also in Important
one here, 3S.O00 hides being tanned dally,
nnd, as tor the shoe Industry, millions
or pairs of shoes, particularly for women
AM children, are furtil.ihcd to the world
by Onmden'B varlotih shoo cotnp.'inlis.
Taken all In till. Camden tan oflr
nioi-f positive that sin la the blfg'tt
Utile city In the world. If tho Germans
wcru to sail up tho Delaware tomorrow
a.ul 1"c!de that sho would lie a nlco lit
tM place to tier.leg"' Ihs Cnnnlenltci
would pursue tt; i-von tenor of their
woy with utter Indifference. Vith htr
factories turning out practically every
thing that humankind could need or de
sire, the big little city would be In a
position to snap Us fingers nt the enemy.
But could the enemy do without Cam
den? That is the question.
AT LEDGER CENTRAL
The Travel Bureau will rive
you special data on the exposi
tion, routes with tho flno-t
scenlo attractions, train sched
ules and connections. P'lllman
and boat accommodations even
tell you tho necessary ex
penses for tho trip, including
hotel rates en routo and along
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