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EVENING' LEDGE-PHILADELPHIA', FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914.
TOHN D, JR., KNITS
IS STILL AT WORK
Oil PrinceLeaVes Competi
tor Far Behind in Exhibi
tion of Skill for. War
Should John t). lose lil millions and his Anil
pint of ell.
If lie should be reduced to potertyt.
Think ou li'tl have-to labor, do )ou flguro
ho would toll
Like the rest of unendowed humanity?
Nay, hd'rt shirk the alio; el awlnglng, and his
Implement of work ,. . ,,
W6t)ld he Just little needle, lhal Is oil!
And ho'd oatn a molest Hi Ins aa seam-
strcsa. not a clerk, , .
ny his cleverness nt knitting of n shawl.
HOT KPniNOS, Va Nov. 13.-John D.
hocUefcller, Jr., linn completed moro than
a yard of a shawl ho Is knitting for war
imrterors, nml he Is keeping persistently
at IU At the present rnte the shawl Will
be finished In a few days, and then Mr.
HocRef tier Is expected lo start on an
Guests nt the Homestead Hotel hero
stared when they first saw Iho'oil King's
rort hunched over n. bundle of something
while, dexterously plying n needle Stroll
ing nearer with elabomlo carelesaneii,
thev rnvw he was knitting a shawl nnd
Working with the facility of a Veteran
M.r Rockefeller pa no attention to the
curious. He lenrned to knit only a few
da3 ago. He nnd Jlri. Rockefeller, with
Mrs. nichard Pefltltn and Mrs. N. W.
Chad wick arid W. II. ChesebroUKh. nere
sitting together, while the women were all
Working on woolen garments.
One of the women suggested lhat as
the llockefellcr foundation Is giving large
S-UniJ. for relief, the men might as well
linlt ns read to help out still further. Mr.
Ofheiobiongh'fl endeavors to learn how
finally taxed the tmllenco of Mn tenchers,
nnd they abandoned him. but Mr. Itoeko
retlcr proved adept, nnd Is now almost
FATALLY STBICKEN IN CAMDEH
Philadelphia Woman llnd Heart At
tack In Terminal.
Mm. Charlotte I'ratt, vtlfo of Thomas
J. Pratt. 210 South 57th street, was
stricken with heart dlBense last night ns
she alighted from a train In the Camden
Terminal nnd died later In the Cooper
She had been (siting her daughter nt
Palmira, N. J., and was returning to her
home when stricken. ,,
Things to Make From Leaves
ARE you one of the very "before-
liand,cd" boys and fjirls who have
saved sonic of the pretty leaves you
have walked tlirouffh, on the street
and sidewalk this fall?
Haven't you noticed the beautiful
red and yellow and brown leaves?
And haven't you carried some of the
choicest home and pressed them in
a book? I'm ttre you must have,
and now you arc wondering what
Irt the world you arc goinfc to do
with those very same lcaiest They
can't stay forever in the books, for
tooks get out of shape if things arc
ept too long between their pages.
The leaves are still too pretty to
throw out and well, what shall you
do with tli cm?
"I'll tell you what you are going
to dot You are going to have a Leaf
Party! Doesn't that sound jolly?
You arc going to invite all your
friends to come and bring the leaves
they, too, have saved and then you
will have your party.
But what will you do at a "Leaf
Party," do ybti ask? That is just
the very nicest part of the whole
plan! You and your little friends will
niakc Christmas presents of your
leaveil Won't that be fun!
You didn't inow you could make
things olit of pressed leaves, you say!
Yes. indeed, you can nice tilings,
When the boys and girls have all
come to your party, spread the leaves
out on a big table the dining room
table is best and sort them over.
Pick out all the perfect ones and lay
them carefully to one side, the im
perfect ones arc not worth working
with and might as well be thrown out
Now have ready a warm iron and
appoint one of the most careful of
your guests as pressor. The iron
must be run lightly over a cake of
beeswax and then quickly over the
leaf to be pressed. While one gncst
is ironing, the others must :ort nnd
hand leaves to her so she can work
As fast as the leaves arc pressed,
other guests must spread them out
on clean papers to dry and cool. You
sec, you can keep quite a table full
of hoys and girls at work that way.
. When all have been pressed and
dried, they must he sorted as gifts.
Take a dozen leaves that arc about
the saipc color, that is, mostly red
or mostly yellow, and slip them to
gether in a big envelope marked
TLACE CARDS." These can be
given to some mother or auntie who
likes to give pretty dinner parties.
Another dozen can be put in a box
and marked "TABLE TRIMMINGS";
these should be all colors and sizes
and can be used to trim the centre of
a dinner tabic.
A set of big leaves can be used as
a trimming around the. frcizc in a
bedroom. The few thattarc so very
perfect that you want to use each one
some way that will show, can be
used as trimming for blotters or
Isn't it fun to plan things to make?
And then, maybe, when you arc all
through your work and each boy and
girl has some nice gift ready for
Christmas, your mother will give you
all some good apples and doughnuts
or sandwiches. I'm sure you'll all de
cide to have a Leaf Party again next
Tomorrow Who Was the Host Afraid
Copyright, JO 1 Card Ingram jitttpji.
Onfioii tulmlttti to "ttieer Crt
frel," tlfuafert in ln o Satatt Trait
tluttdina, at Broad and Cht$invt atresia,
tdlt to emiictrei! in thtt rolumft.
Q. Ui I the form of government of the
c!t of Philadelphia? A. O. B.
A, The city of Philadelphia has the
"munhlnal" form of government, of .hleli
tho following In n brief outline: The
Mnjor Is elected for a term of four years
nnd Is not ellglbln to the office for the
next succeeding term. With tho ndvlce
and consent of tho Setcct Council he ap
points the Director of the Departments
of 1'ubllo Safety, Public Works, Health
nnd Chnrltlci. Supplies, nnd since 1S07
Wharves, Docks nnd Terries and the
thrco members of the Civil Service Com
mission. Tho Select Council Is composed of one
number fiom each of J $nrd and In the
Common Council each ward has one tpem
ber for avpry 4000 names on the last Com
pleted assessment Hat, Including names of
those' pnylnp poll taxes as well as those)
pacing taxes on real or personal property.
Tho several admlntstrntlva departments
are: Fubtlc sifcty. Public Works, Re
ceiver of Taxe, City Treasurer, City
Controller Law. Education, Charities and
Corrections, Supplies, Wharves, Docks
nnd Perries, Civil Service Commission nnd
Sinking Fund Commission, composed of
tho Mayor, the Cltv Controller and a
commissioner elected by a, majority vote
of the City Councils.
Members of Select Council nro clccten
for four years and are chosen nt tho
November election In odd numbered
years. At this time Common Council
men are also elected for a term of two
years. And the ltccelver of Takes. City
Treasurer. City Controller nnd the City
Solicitor, who Is the head of tho Depart
ment of I.nw, for a term of three years.
The police constitute a nurcnu of tho
Department of Public Safety and at their
head Is a superintendent appointed by the
Director of the department with the ap
proval of tho Select Council.
Q. Whit regiment durlnir the mil War
was known an the "I'uektalls," and how did
tho nnmo original? ,T. n. P.
A. This regiment was the Kane Rifle
Regiment of the Pennsylvania Reserve
Corps, or the Thirteenth Pennsylvania
Reserves, Torty-second of the line. On
April 17, 1SSI, shortly nfter the South
erners had fired on Fort Sumter, Thomas
Ilpcr Knnc. a resident of tho northern
pnrt of tho Stnto of Pennsylvania, who
had beon ncttvo In abolitionist circles,
posted a notice which stated -that, bv au
thority of Governor Andrew O. Curtln, a
company would he formed of citizens of
McKcan nnd nik CntintloH to support tho
Constitution of the United States and de
fend tlie Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
This notice wns posted at Smethport.
Knno ImmedlntPlv began his canvass of
MrKcnn, nik nnd Cameron Counties, etc.
The men from Klk County formed
themselves Into the "Elk County Rifles."
Thoso recruited from Cameron County
became known ns the "Cameron County
ltllles" or "Wildcats."
The men from McKenn County likewise
formed thijniselves Into the "McKcan
Count v Rifles" with nbnut 67 men on the
roll. It was while at Smethport that the
Irslgnla by which the future regiment
came to bo known was adopted. Opposite
the courthouse, whire Kane had his head
quarters, iaa a. butchor shop, and one
day Jnmt-s Landregan noticed a deer's
hide hnnglng cnitslde. Crossing the street,
he pulled out his penknife, cut off the tall
nnd stuck It In his cap. Knnc noticed
his headgear and Instantly announced
thnt the force ho wan recruiting should be
known as "Ilucktalls."
PESTS PROVE COSTLY
Man Fires House and Loses $260 in
Exterminating Nocturnal Nuisance
PATmiOM. N J., Nov. 13.-Tortured
by pesU In his sleep early today, Law
lehcn Carman, of 186 Spring nltcet, satu
tnted his bed with gasoleno to extermi
nate them Palling to obtain the desired
relief he lighted a candle nnd started to
hunt for the enemy, but the fumes were
ignited, setting theliouse nflre,
He saved his life by jumping from a
second-story window, but In his haste ho
forgot 200 In his room. The money wns
destroyed, together with the building.
BOY MAY BE PARDONED
SI years' old. Miss Nash, a sister et the
late Abraham W. Nash, at one time a
member of the Assembly, was ono ot
the founders of the Linden Baptist
Church. The funeral services will be
held nt 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
from her lite home.
Governor Investigating Case of Rab
bit Shooter Sent to Jail.
TRENTON", N. J. Now 13.-1,. Edward
Herrmann, secretary to Governor Fielder,
Is Investigating the ense of Oscar Phillip
son, the Plnlnftcld bo. who was sen
tenced to 13) das In Jail for shooting n
rabbit In his yard. Oovernor Fielder's
attention has been called to the case,
and the Executive turned It over to his
secretary for Investigation Mr. Herr
mann will report Tuesday when the
TJoard of Pardons meets anil some notion
may be taken In the case.
Tho boy's widowed mother Is solely
dependent on hci son's support.
CAR DOOR CUTS OFF FINGER
Sailor the Victim of a Peculiar Acci
dent in New York.
NEW YORK. Nov. 13. William Mur
phy, a bluejacket aboard the battleship
Wyoming In the New York Navy Yard,
lost tho little finger of his left hand aa
the result of a iiecullar accident.
In getting off a street car a ring on
Murph's little finger caught In the door
of the cnr. The finger wns torn away
at the second Joint and the remaining
Jclnt was nmputated by a eurgcon.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE MCENSES
llobert W Trimble. SSI N. 1.1th t . ami
I'hntlntte Tremnn, New York city.
John K Amleron, MM Tulip St.. nnd Clnra
I., flchftet, 22T1 Kennedy ft.
rMwrl A Mcriltrchey. 1S0T N S.th t , and
Anru 1. Wtlrli. ! I'arrlsh t.
Jntneit fl Illne 2U17 N -".ith nt., and Anna
i:. Hrnhnm. .'.0T7 Ilnknta, nt
llUBh Mil'lifferty, 2SW N, Ilrtiad t and
lltlen Kline. 2714 V. lSth t.
Thomas O Phannhan Chicago, III., and Hen
rietta M Htarck. 2141 Moore it
Charlen Mtiehlmnn, 1024 Tloa et., and Ohra
Oppel. .1420 N. Water at.
CAnatantlne Frani. Win N Franklin it., and
Anna llallar, 1M1 N. 11th at. .
DiuM II OtlMtr. Jr.. in.11 I Madlaon at., and
l-.lliatioth Whitaker. .12-10 Kmcrold at .
Jocnh Ktatnn. Holmeahuric. nnd Ileglna. C
Donnelly, 4fltt lledce at.
William Mwra. 2n2l H. Opal at., and Annie
IlarraM. BIS N. .12d at.
AT7GUBTUS C. SAPPER
Augustus C. Sapper, a traveling sales
man for the M. W. Kellogg Company for
many years, wns yesterday stricken with
heart disease while In York. Pa., and died
on his way to a hospital. Ills body ar
rived In the city this afternoon. Mr
Sapper Is survived by his widow and one
son, Morris Sapper. The funcrnl will
take place from his late residence, 5211
WIIXIAM H. CAM,
William H. Call, son of Magistrate
Joseph Call. Is dead at the home of his
parents, 1317 North 8th street, following
a brief Illness of pneumonia. He expired
yesterday In his 33d yean Tho funeral
services wilt bo held Sunday afternoon at
MISS AGNES NASH
Miss Agnes Nnah, one of the oldest
residents of Camden, died yesterday at
her home, 307 Stevens street. She was
MISS MATILDA BENISON
Miss Matilda Ucnlson, for many years
n, teacher In the Bethany Presbjterlnn
Sunday School, Is dead at the home of
her sister. Mrs. Mary A. Hall, 1801 Ptiplar
street. Miss Ucnlson was Interested ac
tively in church and charitable work.
Tho funeral will be held on Friday afternoon.
SrmVAHTZ llEXAMKIt. XIr and Mr.
Unis. A. Ifexamer nnnoune the mnrflage of
their dftUtthter. MAIttn nEalNA. lo Mr.
LOUIS A. FCIIWAnTZ, Welnedny. Nov.
11th. the new C, norland Hill, Hector of
Ht. Matthias' Church officiating
AMIHtOSIO. MAIUA AMIirtOfltO 700 Heed
Atll.ll. On Nn ember 12 1014. 11AURL
PCOTT. )nunjcet child of Thomaa C. nnd
rarah Auld need r montha 10 tlnya Itela
thes and friends of the family nre Invited to
attend tho funeral aerlre, on Hatunlay
mornlnL' nt 10 o'clock, nt her parents'
residence, 1710 North Homier at. Interment
prltnte. Ilmly may be leed Friday eve
ning from S to 10.
11AII.V. Suddenly, of heart dlaeaae, on
Thursday morning, November 13. 1014, nt
the Itcctory of Trinity Church. Aabury Park,
N J.. ANNA I.r.VICK beloved wlfo of the
Hector, new William M. Dally, nnd daugh
ter of the Hte J. I.cla Crew, of Philadel
phia. Burial aervlee nl tho Church on Sun
day nt 3. .10 o'clock. Interment at Mount
Vernon Cemetery, Philadelphia.
1i:AV. WILMKIt 11I3AHY, 1830 Vina-
IK'eKlTT. ALA1IA IlECKnTT. R02 Kast
UHMM'.K. On Nn ember 11. 1014, HAN
Iiril.l'H nVANH lir.NDnit, aged HO ycara.
Funeral rervlcea nt hla late realdence, ,1714
North 1.1th at., on Paturdny, nt 3 p m pre
cliely. Interment at Mount Vernon Ceme
tery. 1HTTONO. NANA HITTONO, 2007 Fair
lll.tl.MHAItl). On November 10. 1014.
CIIAUI.KS A., eon of niliabcth and the
Into rrederlek a, Illumhard runural on
Piturday, at 3 p. in., from 20.10 Westmore
land at. Interment at Chelten Hills Ccme-
IIOOTII. On November 11. 1914. linNHY.
huilmtid of drollno Hooth. Tuncral eerv
Ico. Piturday. l'.KI p. in., nt 3111 South 3d
ft , Colnin. Polnwnro County, r. Inter
HltCMVN On No ember 10. 1014, RADIH
llltOWN, wife of Oeorso A, llrown Funeral
errtlcea. on Faturdiy nt 3 p. m . nt Holmea
hurit, Ta. Interment North Cedar Hill Cemo-
CLAHK. IIENIIT CLATUC B70 Haat Wlah
CI.F.041. On November 11. 1014. MAKT 3..
widow of Henry Clegg Itelatlvea and frlcnda
nre Imltcd to attend the funeral acrOees on
Saturday afternoon, nt 3 o'clock, nt 44JS Hal
tlmorr ne Interment private.
COI.OAN. On Noember 11. 1014. TETr.n
T . huaband of Deborah A. Colgnn. nela
tlea nnd frlenda nr Invited to nttend the
funcrnl. on Saturday morning at B:.in o'clock,
from hla late residence, 2.14S Nfirth Proad at.
Solemn Hequlem Mum nt the fthurch of Our
Lndy of Mercy nt 10 o'clock Interment nt
New Cathedral Cemetery.
COLLINS. On November 11. 1014. HENnY,
hiMlnnri of Mnry Ann Collins. Funeral on
Monday ut 3 p. m., from 2.12J Coral at.
Interment Vnrth Cedar Hill Cemetery.
CONVOI.I.Y. On Noemter 11, 1014, ED
IVAItli, huaband of Slargaret T. Connoll.
Funeral on Saturday, nt S.in n m from
S27 N l'bcr at Interment New Cathedral
CIIA1V1 oni). On November 11. 1014, EL17.
AHF.ru cnAWFOItn. Funeral aenleea Snt
iirun), at 3 p. m preclael) at the residence
of her son, Hnrry Crawford, ii.1l N. Mth
st. Interment private. Mount Penes Ceme
ten CI'ICI.KY. On November 13. 1014. MAHY C.
crnt.KY. daughter of the late Cathariie
and William Curley. Funeral on Monday, nt
8 11) a. m.. from 1017 North Orati at. Inter
rnent New Cathedral Cemeterj
I)EKY. On Noember 11, 1014. MAnY,
daughter of the late James nnd Bridget
rieeiiy Funeral on Saturday, nt B.30 a. m
from 00.1 North 4Sth at Solemn Itenulem
Mass nt Our Mother of Sorrows Church, nt
10 a. m. Interment Old Cathedrnl Cemeterj'.
1)1 HAI.VIO. MICIIELE DI SALVIO. 1704
South 4th it
DI (iI01ANNI.-NUN7.IO DI GIOVANNI.
AR34 Vine at.
nOCOLAHS. On November 10. 1014. MAnY
M , daughter of tho lato David nnd Amanda
Douglass. Funeral on Saturday, at : flO a.
tn from 110 fl Carlisle l. Selentn High
Mies of ttequlem at the Church of Ft. mta,
at 10 a m. Interment Cathtdmt Cemetery.
IirNCAV. OEOnciB DUNCAN, 1837 Boulh
ICLMOTTr On November 10. 1014. ANNIE
C, widow of Tlobett Elliott and daughter of
the late John nnd Elltabeth MeCnnn Fu
neral on Saturday, nt 8 a. m , from northeast
corner M and Pine Ms. Hljth Ilequlem Mssa
at St lo'eptra Church, at n .10 a. m. Inter
ment at Cathedral Cemeterj.
r.HIM'M. Off Thursday, November 13th,
MAHV A WATSON, nlfa of the late James
rOIlTINnit-On Vnvember 12. 1014 OFCAH
II , eon ot the late Henry 8, and Kllta J.
Fofllner Funeral senlcrs on 8aturdar. .at
2 , lit , at the reeldence. of his mother, 44S
Stevens t , Camden, N. J. Interment pri
vate, at Eiergreen Cemetery.
I'ttEAH. On November 12, 1014. CLAnA.
wlfo of 'William P. Freas and daughter of
the late Henry M. Jonea Funeral services
on Monday, at 2 p m nt the realdence of
her aunt, MM Mary Mntslnger, OV1 North
Mth et. Interment Montrose Cemeten.
rnEKntlltN.On November 10. 1014, PAT
RICK HE.ST.T. eon of Patrick nnd SJblna
Fr, eburn (nee Itowan) Funeral on Saturday,
at 3 p m , from the residence of his parents,
4S1U lteno it. Interment at Holy Cross (.erne-
1'ltIRHMtITIL On November 13. 1014, VIC
ToniA, widow of Dr. Jacob FrlsMutth Serv
ices tn be held at the conxenlenee of family.
OII.F.R. riEonon OILES, 1020 North ..
HASSONV On November 11. 1014. JOSBril
A , beloved fon of John and Mnry Haeaoti.
Fjnernl ilondnj, at Sflri a m.. from attio
Aspen at. West Phlla. Interment Cathedral
Ccmterv. . ....
1IRNTHCIIRL. On November 13.,, 1014.
PA PL IinNTSCHKL. husband of the Inty
Minna Hentsrhrl. Funeral on Saturday, at 1
p. m . from 2VI0 West 1 Insert st. Interment
at Nnrthwnod Cemetery.
II Knsiimjll, Suddenly, on November 11.
tn.oitoE MnnioN Himtupun. (
John Hershnur and Chrleelo Herahour. Fu.
feral Salurdnr, at 11 n. m.. at Churchvllle.
Ta. Interment Churehvllle Cemeterv.
IIOKTZ. On November 11, 1014. PHIL B
110KTZ, In his 7nth year., Ilelatlves and
friends, also Mellta Lodge No, 201. F. and
A. M t Mellta It. A. Chapter No. 284 s Mary
Commandery No. .10, K.T..aro Invited to at
tend the funeral services, on Monday. Nov.
10, nt 3 p. m precisely, nt hla late residence,
.in ID Spruce t. Interment prhate. Kindly
omit flowers. . .... .,,,
IllF.LANli. On November 11, 1014. IIU8
HELL HICKS, hebned sen of the Into
Chnrlen O. ind Albertlno Hicks Ireland I u
neml eenlcea on Sntunlay. nt 3 p. m , nt
his late residence. Mil North illh st. In
trrmont prltate. Mt. Morlnh Cemetery.
.1ACKHON. On November 12, 1014, AN
IillFW JACKSON, In hla Rllh ear. Funeral
ser leca on Sunday, at 2 p. m nt the resi
dence of his dnughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Hnd
den. 121S llelmont ove. Interment prltale,
KEKNAN. On November 11, 1014, DANIEL
F. bebned son of Michael nnd Catharine
Kernan Funeral Saturday sum . m.. from
isrenta resiacncr, .it.. rninnomu
Klltlt. In N
Interment nt Holy Cross Cem-
Newtown Rousre, Ph.. on Kiev-
nth Month inth. 18AllELt.A II. wife of
thn late Thomas Kirk. Funernl. without
further notice, from her lato residence, on
Pi'tmth-dny, Eletenth Month 14th Meet
nt I p in Interment nt Hatcrford Frlenda"
KT.F.lN. On November 12, 1014. CAROLINE
KLEIN, wife of Frederick Klein Funeral
services on Sunday, at 2 p. m , nt her latu
residence, lm North .Id at. Interment North
KIJNUOK. MARY KLINKOE. 428 North
KUHH. Suddenly, on November 11. 1014.
A."."a ItAllllAltA KL'ltlt, wire of Leo Kurr
and daughter of Itoslna Nlethan and the
late Frnnk Shafrter. aged 24 years. Funeral
cervlcra on Sunday, at 3 P. in., at southeast
cor 17th and Wharton ate Interment pri
vate, at Oakland Cemetery.
LANMON. JOHN LANSON. 1313 Mercy at.
LKITHSKNUINO. On November 11. 1014.
MAHY C. wife of Hermnn II. I.euchsenrlnr.
daughter of Adam and Matilda rickel rteta
tltes and friends are Intlted tn nttend the
funeral sen lee. on Saturday, at 3 o'clock,
at her lato reslderce. 112 Elmwood ate.. Nor
wood, Delaware County, Pa. Interment prl
Mite, Carriages will meet train at Norwood,
lent Int; nrnn.' Street Station 13.17
MAIEH. LOUISA MAIEft, 1411 North Myr
MAItSII. On Notemher 10, 1014. MAnY
MARSH, mother of John and Mary Marsh.
Funeral on Sntunlay, nt S'.TO a. m., from
KS.1S No-th Camac at. Solemn EecjUlem Maaa
at St Stephen's Church, nt 10 u. m. In
terment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
WAYAI.L. Buddenly. on Not ember 10, 1014,
HEUnEKT J. MAYALL. husband of Mahl
Hearer Mayall nnd son of Edward and
Minerva Maynll Funenil on Saturday, at
3 p m.. from 4B24 Cnnton St.. Manayunk. In
terment at Lcverlngton Cemetery.
MrmtUlK. On November 11. 1014. HANNA
M.. beloted widow ot William MeHrlde. Tu
neral servlcra on Saturday, at 3 p. m at
'I71Q Frankfnrd nve Interment private.
North Cedar Hill Cemetery
MrOl'IHK. Entered Into rest, on November
11, 11114. JENNIE, widow of William Mc
(lulre. In her Mth year. Funeral on Satur
day, at 2 p. m from .12.1 N. Pelton st. In
t.rment ht Fcrnwol Cemetery.
McKEON. On November 12. 1014. ELIZA-
I1KTH MAY. beloved daughter of James anil
Elizabeth McKeon. Funeral en Monday, at
.o a. m, from SflS Hillside are. JenRltt
tewn, Tn, Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cem
etery. MELLON. On November' 11. 1014. JEMIMA
MkLLON. Helatltes and frlenda ant intltW
to attend the .funeral service on Sstunsa.
nt 3 n m , nt her lain realdence, 3201) Whitby
arc Interment private.
MI'ItrilY. On November 10. 1014. ELIA
ni'.TIt IIITFiY. oM nt vtllllm Itsnrr Mur
phy Funeral rervlcea on Saturday at 3
.. m , i nw uioya at . uermantown. in
MtlltnAYj-On November 13, 1014, JOHN
W. j, MUnnAY, husband of ilelen T.
Murray and eon of Andrew nnd Mnry Mm
rn runeral on Monday, nt fi SO . m . in d
30f) I'lne st Solemn High Maes of It
qulem nt fit Patrick' Church, at 10 a m.
Interment Holy Cron Cemetery.
NASH. On November 13. 1014, Miss AONEM
NASH Relatives and friends nra Invited to
attend the funeral services, on Balurday aft
ernoon, November 14, at 2 o'clock, nt lief
late residence, ,107 Stevens at., Camden, N. J.
6'HEILLY. On November 10. 1014. WILL
IAM M. O'HEILLY. husband of Elisabeth
O'Hellly. Funernl on saturdny, nt 8 a. m .
from 4727 Hlchmond it , Ilrldesnunr High
Henule'it Mass at Alt Saints Church, at U
s nt, Interment St. Dominie's Church
PAHUS. On November 0. 1014, AIMED M,
daughter of Frederick H nnd Snrali B.
Parka. Funeral services on Saturday, at i
P. m. at ls:o Chestnut st. Interment private.
PATCH ELI On November 10. 1014. ROD
EnT, husband ot Maggie Palehell Sen Ices
on Saturday, at 1 p m., nt his late residence,
1001 North Nnjin at (list nnd Uerka). In
terment Hillside Cemetery.
rmVDF.HIIIf.L. At Dnylestown, Pa, on
Notembtr 11, 2014, LENA, wife of Ueorga
H. Fowderhltl. FMneral on Saturdny, nt 1
p. m from MI7 N. Colorado at. Interment
Nnrthwnod Cemetery, ,
rOMEIIH. On November 10. 10i4. MAnt
J., wife of John L. I'owers (nee Oulnn).
Funernl on Saturday, at 8 Ki a, m., from her
late residence, 24n Turner st Mass of
Itenulem at St. ElUaleth'a Church nt 10
a. m, precisely. Interment at Holy Cross
ntKLL. On November 11. 1014. ERNEST
INE rnni.t,, daughter of Harbara and tlia
late William S rrell, aged 2.1 years. Fu
neral scrvlcca on Saturday, nt 2 p. m ., at
the residence of her mother. 3012 N. Water
loo at. Interment private, arcenmount Cem
etery. PltlCR On November 11. 1014,, WILLIAM
II. PHICE, husband of Mary W, Price, ru
neral aervlees on Baturdar, at 3 p. m pre
cisely, at 144 Tree at. Interment private.
rUStt!Kt.I On November 12, 1014, JOHN
PI'llt'El.L. Funeral from his lato residence.
120 DeLnnccy at. Due notlco of which will
QUIN.V. On November 12, 1014. MARY,
wlfo of Michael Qulnn, aged 42 years Fu
neral on Monday, at 7-..10 a. m., from 3JST
Eaat Firth at. High Man at St. Ann's
Church, at n a. m. Interment Holy Bepul
lll'TLKDOK. On November 11. 1014. MAnY,
wife of Michael M. Rutledge. Br. Funeral on
Saturdny. nt 8:30 n. m., from Belmont nve..
West Manntunk. High Henulem Mass at St.
Mnthlas' Church. Hala, Pa. Interment at
BAKLTZEK Suddenly, on November 12,
11)14, ANNIE, daughter ot the lata Christo
pher nnd Cnthnrlne Saeltier. Funeral netv
irea from 1103 North Cth st., on Monday,' at
3..10 p. m. precisely. -
SASSARTIL CATHERINE SASSARTII. 703
East Ontario st. . .
BOOY. On November 11. 1014, rfHACE A.,
widow of fleorge Sooy, In her. lid year. Fu
neral on Saturday, at 3 p. m,, from the
resldenco of her eon, IVIIbert U. Sooy. 1018
Spruce st.. Camden, N. J. Interment pri
vate, Eiergreen Cemetery.
RTAAR. CHARITA STAAD, 800 North 11th
STOH.tr. MAllY BTOHM. 8115 Kerahaw
TOY. On November 11, 1014, nt her late
residency, nustleton, Philadelphia. EI.VINA
PI8IIER TOY, wife of Ellas Toy, Funeral
aertlcea en Sntunlny, at 3 p. m.. at Church
of Bt. Luke the Ilelnved Physician. Busllo
ton. .nterment Bt. Luke's Cemetery.
VAN 7AN1IT On November 11. 1014, NE-
HEMIAII VAN ZANDT. Funeral aervlcea
on Baturdat, at l:ln p. m., at hla lata
residence. JS.I4 N. 24th st. Interment pri
vate, at West Laurel' Hill Cemetery.
WAUNKII. Suddenly on November 13, 1014,
niEUKUICK J. M. WAONEH. beloved hus.
band ot Matilda Wagner. Due notice of tho
funeral will bo given, front hla late resi
lience. 43.1 Spruce at.
WALKF.lt. On November 13. 1014. MILTON
WALKEH. huaband of Emma Ida Walker
nn 1 son of 1 llllnm nnd Jennie Walker. Fu
neral on Sunday, at 3 p. m from 010 West
Hush it. -Interment at arcenmount Ceme
tery. WALLACE. At her residence, 77 W. Balti
more ate.. Lansdowne, Pa., on Notcmbi-r
13, 1014, ELLA E., wlfo of Henry T. Wal
lace. Duo notlco of the funeral wllbe alt en,
WELCH. On Notemher 13. 1014. DAVID,
beloted huaband of Margaret Welch Funeral
sen (era on Sunday, nt 2 p. m., at his lata
residence. 412.1 Gcrmantown ate, German
town. Interment Northtvood Cemetery. J
WETZEL On November 10. 1014. ALQEP.T
U , eon of Sueanna and the late. Ansclm
Wetiel (nee Hclthmeyer). Funeral on .Bat
urda. at 7.10 a. m.. from SWtt North Han
cock st. Solemn Requiem Masa at St Honl
rnrlua' Church at 0 o'clock. Interment Holy
ther Food Ship Must Go to the Starving Belgians Be
ne of Us Sits Down to Our Thanksgiving Dinner
such a ship will be under charter very quickly,
and will be brought up to her dock.-to wait for
Negotiations are going on, and it is only a ques
tion between two or three ships which one to take.
This second vessel will be loaded just as fast as
the generous people of Philadelphia will permit.
She will be the Thanksgiving Ship of the
It Must Be Done! It Must Be Done !
More and more agonizing becomes the appeal
of the stricken Belgians "For God's Sake, Send
They are starving not hundreds, nor thou
sands, but actually MILzLIONS of children and
Women and men, victims of a war in which they
havehad no part nor parcel. V
Their plight is the most pitiful ever written in
the pages of history.
Their starvation if starve they must will be
the most hideous thing that civilization has' ever
The chance of their being saved alive is prac
tically a hopeless one, unless the American people
come to their aid. No nation but America can do
anything for them. All other great Powers are hard
pressed to maintain themselves in the world war.
In comparison with these stricken people we
Every man, -woman and child in Philadelphia
can give something, and is expected to do so.
The headquarters of the Relief Ship in the
Lincoln Building will remain open.
Telephones: Filbert 2456 and Filbert 2457
The Philadelphia National Bank will continue
to receive funds.
The great newspapers will keep up the fight.
It is a good business -that must go on, and
another ship must sail before one of us sits down
to our Thanksgiving dinner.
Bring in your contributions bring them in, .or
Send an order on your grocer if you wish.
Send a can of condensed milk for a starving
Send a bag of beans or a bag of flour.
You can give something every one of us can
give something to people who are starving.
Where is there a single one of us who has a
right to give thanks for plenty until some share of
that plenty has been given to the Belgians who
Cyrus H. K, Curtis . .
Gyrus HM Curtis .
Benjamin G, Wells
John J. Collier .
, Evening Telegraph
M. F. Hanson . . . Philadelphia Record
James Elverson, Jr. . Philadelphia Inquirer
E. A. Van Valkenburg . North American
W L, McLean . . Evening Bulletin
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