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I BROAD ST. REALTY
AFTER LONG LULL
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I Sale of Six-Story Property
Near Race Street Shows
The trahsfer of the stx-atory bulletin
142 41 North Broad street, lot 6t feet by
ISO feet, by reror L-. Ncel to J. It. Mc
Allister, president of tha Franklin Na
tional Batik, calls attention to a local-
t Ity which has been for the last few years
Increasing; In value, after a long period
.For years large holders of real citato
I In this vicinity held baolt the advance In
Yalue of the street by remains' to sell
property or Improve It themselves.
Tha property above mentioned was ac
quired by Mr. Schoch on November IS,
1802, from the Real Estate Trust Corn-
any with a frontage on Mroad street of
6i reel, with a Uepth of 180 feet, paying
for the property $100,on0. Ho Improved
the property by the substantial lmllillne-.
It now has upon It a mortgage of $300,000
ana is assessed lor the current year at
3K,00. The seller, Percy L. Neel, Is
president of tho Automobile Sales Cor
poration now occupjlng tho building.
Other Bales on Broad street In this
. 1810 February 19 SOfl North Broad stret.
lot SBxVtl. Q. A. C. and E. A. Bcrgdoll to
r. II auton. assessed M0.OOO, Bold lor 10,
Ouo. Improved by two-story building.
1010. November 7 Houtheait corner Timed
and Cherry streets. Odd Fellows' Temple,
bought In by bondholders for 1725.000. As
sessed 1000.000, coit originally 11,1)30.010
1010, December 20-202 and 201 North Ilroad
street, 44.10x76 feet south lino. Oil feet north
line, NorthBroad Streot Realty Company to
Ellnbelh n. Hall, IT0.O00. Improved by a
two-story building; and Ii aeaessed at 180,000
Broad street from Arch street north
for several squares Is beginning to open
Up to a set of values mora In proportion
to Its central quality.
AUTO BUILDING ATtlSING.
On July 23 last a. syndicate of real
state men obtained property at 03-5
North Broad street. .It Is now being Im
proved by a. six-story concrete building
to be occupied by the automobile trade.
It Is assessed for J 100,000 for 1914.
About $6000 a front foot was offered
for tho Qodschalk property, 21S to 220
North Broad street, a year ago. It Is
now assessed for $205,000, a rate of J3000
e. foot front.
There Is not a property with a. sign
"for sale" or "to rent" from tho City
Hall to Vine street.
Money has been coming out more free
ly. In the week ending with last Thurs
day recorded mortgages show:
Trust companies loaned I(?,100
building Association 721,47.1
LAHGK LOANS RECORDED .
Larjrej loans were made ns follows:
118.000 S. F. Nlrdllnger to Thlla. Butchers
B. Soc.. n. s. Market, 103.0 ft. w. 62d at.
SSO.OOO A. Itelnfleld to Penna. Trust Co., s.
s. cor. 13th snd Cherry its.
S2R.O0O It. Kennedy to Fidelity Trust Co.,
2.1.12-M N. Broad at.
JZ8,B00 Iteally Improvment Co. to Real cat.
T. I. and T. Co.. n. e. a. Emlen, 352. SVi ft.
u. r. Carpenter at.
SI4.1D0 T. White to North Phlla. Trust Co ,
n. w. s. Chelten ave., 301.6H ft. n. e. Mag
1117,500 T. White to Mission Bt. Vincent ii
""-flSy.OOO-O. C. TJoldt to Tenna. Trust Co.,
n. a. iocuai, iio.m iu w. uroao.
XDO.WO C. Oomehl to J. II. McFadd
den, n. s.
juncuac. inu.j e. i.tn at., occ.
IlSairw-II. C. Holllnger to Phils. Co.,
cor. 40th and Walnut sts.
trO.OOO-J. Sllberman to F. K. Moss,
Venango, SO ft. e. IBth at.
140.000-01. Treaev to E. K.'Priti n.
Germantown ave. and n. e. a. Lehigh ave.
133.000 E. M. Han-la tn Gens LAWton R. and
U Aaao., a. a. 2Sd at., 123.7 n. Ilace.
The first meeting on the opening of
ther Parkway from 18th street to 22d
street was held by the Board of Viewers
yesterday In Iloom 256, City Hall, for
the presentation of claims.
Properties on Winter, Vine, Pearl,
"Wood and Carlton streets, from 19th
tp ::d street, are being rapidly pulled
Tho hearings will be held January 6,
12, 13 and 23, when testimony can be
presented. More than 100 properties
have been taken.
The market Is getting more active.
Interest rates are unchanged.
LETTER CARRIERS' CARNIVAL
Inadequate Advertising: Believed to
Be Responsible for rallure.
Inadequate advertising la considered re
sponsible for tho failure at the Letter Car
riers Curnlval Jn tha Second Itegiment
The doors of the armory were not open-
ed on Thursday night because of the poor
..,.... n, ....( .. fwi. iiuwa uu Ula
first three days of the carnival and It was
decided to make all financial adjustments
on a three-day, rather than on a six-day
basis, as was originally Intended.
There was some talk of the manage
ment of Theodore S. Pratt, a. New "York
er, who promoted the affair, being re
sponsible for the failure, but Richard
V. Quinn, president of the Letter Car
riers' Association, denies this emphati
cally. "Mr. Pratt did not disappear myster
iously from this citr." he said. "He was
here on Thursday evening and we had a
conference with him before it was decided
not to open the armory. He Is now In
Baltimore, where he is promoting a similar
K carnival for the Letter Carriers' Associa
tion ol that city."
WATCH wst, yotra abbested
T. 3. McOowan, a New Yprk electrician,
'met four men in a saloon and went for
. a walk with them. Policeman Forney
and Timbers saw the four mean leave
McQawan prostrate at German town ave
nue and Cayusa street at 3 o'clock this
ranrntpr The J eft side of hU face was
tho police arrested Michael Kenny, 1ES8
Juniata, street; William Lees. 1706 Low
.treat. Geork Harrison. Ul North Cleve
land iivenueVVnd Leo Banks, -1517 North
Jjth street- .wnicii ioai ujr hcuuwb.ii
i-fykQ found in Js pocaei, mo ponce
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A MOTOR TRIP
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COURSE OF FLETCHER CUP RUN
FLETCHER CUP RUN A FINE
SIXTY-MILE TRIP BY MOTOR
The Route Leads Along Northeast Boulevard, Then
Through Fcasterville, Neshaminy P. O., and
Back by Way of Ambler
By W. O. GRIFFITH
Chairman Touring Committee Automobils Club
Short motor trips are always popular
In winter. Of course, somo of tho most
delightful automobile trips from Phila
delphia cannot be made comfortably In
less than two or three days. But, aftor
all, when the cold weather sets In, a few
hours' run In the afternoon is often
enough for the most enthusiastic! motorist
Besides, motoring In winter has at least
a few advantages. Tho dust does not
Insist on keeping one company, the air
Is 'more than Invigorating and the motor
ist's opinion of dirt roads goes up as the
temperature goes down.
One of the most enjoyable short motor
runs out of the city, I think. Is the course
known as the Fletcher Cup Ilun. It cov
ers a distance of about 60 miles and can
be made easily In a few hours. It Is
a delightful run for an afternoon. Of
course, the quaint little Inns may be
lacking nnd you may not meet with the
most up-to-date hotels, but then it Is an
easy matter to lunch In town and return
to town with a fresh appetite for dinner
after a GO-mlle spin through a most de
The Fletcher Cup Bun is enjoyable for
many reasons. The roads are good and
are easy to find even for the motorist
who la not any too familiar with tho
country. Then again, there are no fer
ries to cross and there Is only one toll
gate. I might add that the motorist will
find the remains oft former toll gates at
several places along the road, but these
have been abolished, I am only too
thankful to say.
VIA NORTHEAST BOULEVABD.
The route takes In the towns of Bus
tle ton, Torresdale, Neshaminy Postofllce,
Plymouth Meeting and Barren Hill and
is perhaps approaches tho circular in
form. The start is generally made from
North Broad street and the Northeast
The Boulevard, which Is really Ideal
for smooth running, Is followed for sev
eral miles to Bhawn street; a short turn
on Bustleton avenue leads Into Bustle
ton. Torresdale is reached by following
Torresdale Is an attractive stopping
place on the Delaware River. In sum
mer It Is naturally a favorite spot for
motorists and the scenery Is delightful
even in dead T-lnter. The Delaware
River Clubhouse presents an Imposing
appearance and the large expanse of
water front la in'sed a delightful sight
To continue the run, after leaving the
clubhouse, follow the tame road as on
arrival. Pass under the bridge at Tor
resdale station to 'Bristol pike. A' few
explicit Instructions as to the course
might not be out of place. Follow the
right turn on Bristol pike to the bridge
at City Line. From the bridge a mac
adam road to the left leads direct to
the Byberry and Bensalem pike, which
is the regular road to Trenton,
Follow the pike to Southampton cross
road, which leads direct through Tre
ves e. Fcasterville and Neshaminy Post
offlce. Not far from Fcasterville and
about one and one-half miles from Hat
boro Is the historic stone erected to com
memorate the first steamboat, which, it
Is said, was built there and tried out on
a pond in the vicinity long before the
days of Robert Fulton,
ONLY TOLL OATH ON TRIP.
At Neshaminy postofllce there Is a, toll
gate, the only one on the trip. The aver
age charge s B cents, and I suppose the
motorist should not complain, A fine ma
cadam road leads from Neshaminy post
office by way of the Doyiestown pike.
Then follow the Limekiln pike to the
EVENING LEDQBB-PHIEADBEPHIA', SATTTBDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1913.
WORTH A TRIAL
Bcthlohom pike, which leads direct to
Plymouth Meeting Is only a short dls-
tanco from Ambler. Plymouth Meeting
Is especially Interesting. It la located In
n quaint Qaker section and can bonst of
a true Quaker meeting house. There nro
many picturesque trees along tho road
side which cannot fall to. bo admired.
From Plymouth Meeting, Bnrren Hill Is
reached by way of tho Germantown road.
After leaving Barren Hill turn with the
trolley lino which leads Into Ridge ave
nue. The worst part of tho whole courses
Is found on n stretch of Rtdga avenue. I
am thankful to say that It In only n
couple of miles In length the bad stretch,
Farmount Park Is reached by following
Ridge avenue. Thcro nro several good
restaurants at Ambler. Ono point on the
trip that Is especially Interesting to tho
motorist Is tho model road near Bustleton.
It Is only three miles In length, but la
divided In stretches of 150 feet In length
and each stretch Is built of different ma
terial. It was laid down last year, nnd
the Idea Is to seo which kind of road will
stand best tho wear and tear of country
LANDSCAPE IS PICTURESQUE,
Among the many Interesting things to
be bo seen on tho trip Is tho new Phila
delphia poorhouse, which has recently
been established at Byberry.
As I have said, tho Fletcher Cup Run
la enjoyable for many reasons, ho coun
tryjs picturesque and each season of tho
year seems to bring It special charm. In
the late fall, when the leaves begin to
turn that gorgeous red, It Is safo to say
that few speed laws are broken on the
way. Nature displays horself In all her
gorgcousness In the rolling hills that greet
the eyo after passing FeaBtcrvtlle.
Last, but not least. It Is a pleasure In
deed to gaze upon the well-kept farms
that are to be scon on either side of the
road after leaving Torresdale. Tho fields,
the farmhouses, tho cattle In the fields,
and especially the "up-to-dateness" of
the farms these are things of which
Pennsylvania may well feel proud.
WANDERING SONS DRAWN
TOGETHER BY SYMPATHY
Bqys Sought Llvllhood on "Road"
When Parents Lost Employment.
Two romradea of tha wanderlust upon tha
Two toys who (GUrht tha rainbow's end,
apurred by adventure's goad,
froraook tha trail to saio upon tha far flung
town In awe.
And found, where they had sought ro
manct tha minion of tba law.
Two sons of the wanderlust, one from
the North and ono from the South, are
pining In the 12th and Pine streets sta
tion for word from their parents dp to
what shall be done with them. The lads
were arrested today by Policeman Miller
at 10th and Rodman streets.
They aro Harry Collins, 17 years old,
of New Haven, Conn., and Ray White,
18 years oldof Walkersvllle, Md. The
boys met somewhere along tha "road,"
they told the police. They could not re
For weeks they have been following
fancy wherever It led, working here and
there at odd Jobs and always seeking for
the great adventure. Each carried a
flashlight and a pearl-handled knife.
They were arraigned before Magistrate
Haggerty this morning and held under
(500 ball each while the police communi
cated with their parents. Bach lad said
he had left home because his father was
out of work. This was the bond of sym
pathy that drew them together. Neither
was able to find work In' his home town,
so they set out to find employment and
to see the world.
.SNOODLES' DIARY :
LOVE AND WIFE-BEAT.NQ
Accused Husband Protests He Adores
Ground Mrs. Magi Walks On.
"I love tho ground my wife walk's on."
said Anton Tllagl. 27 years old, 834 Mas
ter street, today, when Magistrate
Emety held him In $300 ball for court for
beating Mrs. Tllagl. The wife testified
that he beat and kicked her on Bundav
because the baker hadn't delivered the
George Christman, of 123 Rlpka street,
was held In (MM ball ftfr court by
Magistrate Orells at the Manayunk sta
tion on charges of assault and battery
preferred by his wife. She testified he
frequently beat her and once threatened
to kill her.
FOUR ESCAPE DE8TBTJCTI0N
Auto Crashes Through Safety Dates
and Train Whizzes By.
Four persons narrowly escaped death
when an automobile crashed through tho
guard gates at Chelten nvenue and the
Pennsylvania Itallroad last night.
As the car reeled along the southbound
track a northbound express train wHIzzad
by, missing It by a few Inches. Dr.
James C Illgglns, EStS Cedar avenue, who
drove tho car, and Frank Hlley, a friend,
were thrown out. Doctor Illgglns' face
was badly lacerated. Ills two children,
Walter, I years old, and Edgar, 2, were
CARDINAIi ANOELO DI PIETBO
Bean of tho Sacred College, In Which
Ho Ranked Eighth.
ROME, Dec. 5. Cardinal Angelo dl
Pletro, dean of tho Sacred College, died
at Rome today. Ho was tho oldest living
Cardinal, and ranked eighth In the Col
lege of Cardinals.
Cardinal dl Pletro was born at Dlvaro,
near Rome, May 20, 1823. He was made
Titular Bishop of Mlssa In 1SG6, and In
1877 becamo Archbishop of Nlvlanvo. At
that tlmo he was appointed Apostollo Del
egato to tho Argentine Republic, whore
he remained for some time. In 1893 he
was ordained a Cardinal and Datary of
the Catholic Church. He took part In
the conclavo that elected Pope Bene
DR. JAMES A. "Vv-AMSraJY
Dr. James A. Wamsley, a practicing
Physician and president of the 82d Ward
Democratlo Club, died yesterday at tho
German Hospital, following an operation
for appendicitis. Doctor Wamsley was
born In Now Jersey. He was graduated
from tho Jefferson Medical College with
tho class of 1872, nnd soon after became
city physician at Gloucester City, N. J.,
whero he lived for 12 years. He took an
nctlvo Interest In Democratic politics, and
on his return to this city founded the club
of which he wns tho president. He was
a member of tho Society of the War of
1812 and the Sons of the Revolution. He
was also affiliated with tho Philadelphia
County Medical Society, the American
Medical Society, tho University Lodge,
F. and A. M.; Stloam Chapter, R. A. M.;
Cyreno Commandery No. 7, K. T.; Lu Lu
Temple and the Odd Fellows, He Is sur
vived by his widow nnd two sons. Dr. J.
Winter Wamsley and Clair A. Wamsley,
of Phoentxvllle. The funeral will take
place Tuesday morning from his late resi
dence, 1826 Diamond street Burial will be
at Bnrctown, N. J.
MRS. REBECCA MAGEE
Mrs. Rebecca Magee, one of the oldest
members of tho Dethlehem Presbyterian
Church, Broad and Diamond Btreots, died
yesterday at her homo, 2819 North Broad
street, of pneumonia. For a number of
years she lived In OH City, but returned
to Philadelphia In 1S92, and made her homo
with her sonx. Dr. George A. Magee, a
dentist; W. Forrest and Joseph J. Magee.
The funeral services will be held at her
lato home, Monday afternoon, at 2:30
Mrs. Joseph Hopklnson
Mrs. Joseph Hopklnson, a member of
a well-known Philadelphia family and
wife of Joseph Hopklnson, of tho law
firm of Balrd & Hopklnson, died yester
day at the home of her son-in-law. Dr.
John H. Musser, 121 South 20th street
She collapsed while driving with her
daughter, Mrs. Charles Willing. Mrs.
Hopklnson, who was in her 65th year,
had been HI for some time, She made her
home at the Clinton Apartments, 10th and
R. Loper Balrd, a brother, who Is an
attorney, and Mrs. George Fox, of Tor
resdale, a sister, also survive her. Her
funeral will be held on Monday, from the
residence of Doctor Musser,
ANDHEW8. On Dacember 4, 1014, AONE8
D., daughter of tha late John and Suaan
Andrewa. Duo notice at funeral will ba
given, from her lata realdence, 1127 Wilton
IlAUKlt. At Clayton N. J on December 4,
1014, JAMES DAKER. Funeral aervlcea at
the Preabyterlsn Church, Wllllaraatown. N.
J on Monday, at - p. m. Interment at Will
lamatown, N. J.
IIAUNKS. At Riverside, N. J., on Decem
ber 4. 1014. LI DIB C. wlra of Ilodnay N.
Darnes. Funeral aervlcea on Monday, at 2
P. m at 237 Progreaa at. Interment at lilv
11EI.U On December 8, 1814. JAMES
HEW formerly of Omagh, County Tyrone,
Ireland, aged 83 yeara. Jtalatlvaa and frtenda
aro Invited to attend tha funiral aervlcea. on
Monday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at the real,
denca of Me eon, William It Bell. 1710 N.
Wilton at. Interment private at weitmla
BElXl On December 2, 1014, EVA, daugh
ter ot John and Matilda Hell, aged 25 years.
Itelattvca and friends are Invited to attend
tha funeral aervlcea. on Saturday afternoon,
at 3 o'clock precisely, at bar parents' real
dence. 1317 JeReraon at. Interment private.
noarON. On December 8, 1014, of mem
branoue croup. faTANSHUItV W. BOSTON,
aon of Stanaburv and Mabat lloaton (nee Cole-
man),at 8007 Witts ft. No funeral.
nUltKK. On December t, 1014, MAR
CIAIIET, widow of Patrick Uurke and daugh
ter of the lata Hugh and Anna Curran. Fu
neral on Monday, at 8 a. m., prectaely. from
8117 Itoanoks at. (Chestnut 11111). Solemn
High Mate of Ilequlem at Church of Our
Mother of Conaolatioo at 8 a. tn. Interment
at New Cathedral Cemetery.
IlVHNEv On December 8, 1814. HANNAH,
widow of Peter IJyrne. Funeral on Monday,
at 8:30 a. m., from 0034 Keyeer at., German,
town. Bolcron Requiem Maaa at Bt. Srancla
of Asalal's Church at 10 a. m. Interment at
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
CAl'KHAHT. Suddenly, on December 1,
1014. EMMA, wtfa of Walter Cepehart, Fu
neral aervlcea on Sunday, at J p. m-, pre
ctaely, at 1813 East Iipplneott at. Interment
private, at Cedar IIII1 Cemetery.
CAKIIOLU On December 8. 1914, PAT
RICK J. CAUHOLL. formerly ot 1120 Boutu
1Mb at. Funeral on Monday, at 8 a. m., from
1715 Bouth 17th at. Solemn Ilequlem Maaa at
Bt. Thomas' Church at 10: JO a. ro. Interment
at New Cathedral Cemetery.
CABKV On. December 4, 1914, JOSEPHINE
HE CALLS ON THE WRONG SHOEMAKER
M., daughter of Annls M and the late
Chtlattvpher J. Carey. Funeral en Monday,
at 8i8u a..m., from the residence ef her
mother, 031 Vet Cumberland at Solemn
Requiem Mass at Rt. Edward's Church, at 10
a m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
CIIKSTElt At Mlllvllle. N. J., on December
8. IBM, Mrs. ANNA fl. CHESTER, widow of
Joseph . Cheater. Funeral from ths reel.
nce oi ner aon-in-iaw, William Bawarag,
all ..East Main at., on Monday, December 7,
at II a. m. Services at IhA hnnA. Interment
Bt Mt rieaiant Cemetery.
C0tI!MAK--8uddenly, on December 8, 1914,
EUWAHD ft., husband of Virginia Coleman
Funeral services on Sunday, at 0:30 p. m
at 8S08 North Darlen at. Interment private.
Monday, at convenience of the family.
CONI)ONV-On December 8. 1014. MORR18
O. CONDON. Relative" and friends, alao
Apollo todge. No. 880, F, and A. M.i Har
mony Chapter, No. 62, R. A. C.i members of
Manufacturers' Club and employes'of 11. 11.
I'ndervrood A Co. are Invited to attend the
funeral services, on Monday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, at tha apartments of Oliver II, Balr,
1W0 Cheetnut at. Interment at West Laurel
c9NJtI,'XT2n .December 4, 1914 JOHN
J. CONNOLLY, husband of Mary Connolly.
Funeral on Monday, at 8:30 a. m., from hiir
late residence, 1220 Lancaster v Roae
mont. Pa. Solemn Requiem Mbbs at St.
Thomas' Church, Vlllanova, at 10 a. m, In
terment at St. Denis' Cemetery.
COiVUtLU ANNA D, widow of Albert
Cowglll, of Wilmington, Dl on December 4,
1014, at the home of her brother. Dr. T. H
Dunning. 1828 North lfith at. Servlcea Hun-
day, at hie home at 0U5 p. m. Interment at
Dover, Del., at 12:10 p. m., Monday, at the
DALE On December 4, 1014. at hie late
realdence, 2.'u North 17lh St.. ALDXANDER
DALE. Due notice of funeral will be
DOWNEY. On December 8. 1014, RRID-
UET, widow of Patrick Downey and daughter
of the late Patrick and Ann Ilehtll. Funeral
on Monday, at 8:30 a. m from 2228 South
gd at. Solemn Masa of Requiem at Bt.
Clement's Church at 10 a. m. Interment at
ENGLISH, On December 8, 1014. MELISSA
V,, wife of J. Hobblns Engllah Rnd daughter
of Silas and Julia Oooi. Funeral aervlcea on
Sunday, at 2 p. m., nt 07.11 Dltmnn St., Ta
mil y. interment at Magnolia Cemetery,
GALLAGHER. On December 4, 1914.
MARY UALLAOIIER. Funeral on Monday,
at 8 a. m., from her lata realdence, 2443
Federal at. Solemn Requiem Maaa at St.
Anthony's Church, at 0:30 a. m. Interment
OAYNOK. On December 2, 1014, Mrs.
MARY OAYNOR, daughter of Matthew and
Sarah I.arkln. Funeral on Monday, at 8:30
a. m from 008 East Indiana ave, Solemn
Ilequlvm Masa nt Church of the Visitation
at in a, m. Internum at Cathedral Ceme
tery. GEnilAItnTSnAUKR. Suddenly, on De
cember .1, 1U1J, WII.IIKLMINA C wife of
John Oebhardtebaucr (nee Fried). Due no
tice of funeral will be .given, from her late
realdence. 1720 North 21at t.
GREINEK. On December 4. 1014, JOIIANN
O. U husband ot Amelia Orelner. Funeral
on Monday, at 12:30 p. m., from tha reel
dence of hfs aon, Henry Clrelner, 2811 West
Oakdale at. Services at the Flrat German
M, E. Church, Glrard ave., above 12th St.,
at 2 p. m. Interment Mount Peace Ceme
tery. GUnA. On December 8, 1014, LI7.ZIB F.,
widow ot Joseph W, Cuba. Funeral ser
Ices on Monday, at 2 p m. preclaely. at her
jKia resiuenco, oju Lyceum ave., itoxborough.
Interment at Leverlngton Cemetery.
VTAnAM 1 ir.11-, A tM tm . v
her 27. 1014. SAMUEL ' IIA(Jan. lata of
Little Dallymena, County Antrim.: Ireland.
Funeral from the apartments of Oliver II.
Ilalr, 1S20 Cheetnut at.
IIAGAN. On December 8, 1014, BRIDGET,
widow of John Hagan. Due notice or fu
neral will ba given, from her late residence.
West Church road, near Rock lane, Ogontz,
lIANIi. On December 4, 1014, ELIZADETII
f!., wife of Charles II. llane, In her 00th
year. Tuneral services at Grace Lutheran
Church, Wyndmoor, Montgomery County, Pa.,
on Monday, at 2 p. m. Interment private.
HoriUNSON Suddenly, on December 4,
1014, FRANCES I1AIRD IIOPKINHON. Due
notice of the funeral will bo given.
JACKSON. At her residence. 113 South
4Jd at., on December 4. 1014. IlAItllAItA M
widow if Samuel Jackson. In her 78th year.
Due notice of the funeral will be given
ITEENAN. On December 3. 1014. JOHN P..
hueLand of Mary A. Keennn. Funeral on
Monday, at 8 30 a. m.. from 23.14 South
Mllllck at (Olat at. and Elmwood ave.).
High Mm of Requiem at Church of the
Most lileaaed Sacrament, at 10 a. ra. Inter
ment rt Holy Cross Cemetery.
KISEAW. On December 3, 1014, BRID
GET, widow of Michael Klneavy (nee
9ttlnX2x. Funeral on Monday, at 8:30 a. m..
from M24 Dexter at., Wlmahlckon. Requiem
Maaa at St. John the Rapttat Church, at 10
". m. Interment nt St John's Cemetery.
KINO. On December 4. 1014. ARMANUS.
nushand of the late Rebecca, King. Funeral
On MOIinNV. lit 2 !3n n m frnm ih, -..t
dence of his son-in-law. Edwin II. Read. 1823
Cast Wenaley at. Interment private, at
LAP-PAN. On December 4, 1014. LUCY,
widow of Thomas Lap-Pan. Funeral on
Monday, at 8.30 a. m., from 2700 Ann at.
Solemn Requiem Maaa at tho Church of the
Nativity, n. V. M., at 10 a. m. Interment
nt St Ann's Cemetery.
LA RUE. On December 4, 1014, MARY E,
widow of Daniel La Rue. Funeral service
on Monday, December 7. nt 12 o'clock noon,
from the residence of Ellwond La Rue, Main
at.. Tullytonn, Interment Deechnood Ceme
tery. LKIX. On December 3, 1014, LOUIS, Sr.
funeral services on Sunday, at 1 p. m at
ma late residence, southraet corner New
Market and Noble sts. Interment private, at
MARSHALL. On December 2. 1014. JOHN
D, MARSHALL runeral on Saturday, at 2
P. m., from 1312 Ralnbrldgo at. Interment
Mount Morlah Cemetery.
MeLEAN. On December 4, 1014. MAR
GARET McLean, ereii no v.,n nitiv-
and frlenda aro Invited to attend the funeral
"erweea. on Monday morning, at 11 o'clock,
nt her late realdence, Creahetm road above
Carpenter at,, Germantown. Interment prl-
'VrcjKPrcNIIALT,. On December 4, 1014.
HORACE MENDENHALL aged 52 years!
Funeral aervlcea on Monday, at 2 p. m.. at
the residence of hla aon, Thomaa R. Menden-
MOrthlS. On Twelfth Month 3d. 1014,
ELL18T0N PErtOT MORRIS, In tho 81th
year of hla age. Funeral at his late reel
dence, 6442 Main at., Oermantown. Phtladel
PJ?.1,' ?"!. Secord-day, Twelfth Month 7th.
1014, at 11 o'clock. Interment private. Please
MORTON, On December S. 1014, SAMUEL
n husband of Carrie II, Morton. Funeral
aervlcea on Sunday, at 4 p. m., at his lata
residence. 1723 Francla st. Interment East
view Cemetery, Salem. N. J., on Monday,
Leave on 12:12 train. Market at. ferries.
MOULD. On December 8. 1914, CATII.
ERINE R , daughter of Anna E. and tha
lata Jonathan It. Mould. 403 Conarroe at..
Roxborough. Funeral aervlcea Monday, at
35 TO $33 A MONTH
18th and Tioga ats. : 6 and 7 room housekeep
ing apartments; large porches; open every day,
WORSTER & KRIDER
SB1B Germantown ave., or on premlaea.
OIRARD AVE. AND 40TH BT.
Suites, 1 to 8 rooms and bath.
ItBAL ESTATE FOR SALE
In the Charming Over brook
Section Semi -Suburban
New tip-to-dat bouses,
Beautiful residences amidst
CEiNnrlAm Nassau Road between
Within easy reach of centre of city by way of
Elevated, passing north on BQth street: Over
brook cars on Arch street or Penna. It, R. from
W. PERCIVAL JOHNSON, Builder
on Premises or
4039 LANCASTER AVE,
3:30 p, 'm., st ths Itoxborough Daptlst church
Chanel interment nt Ixverinaton cemetery.
MYERS On December 8, 1914, MAR
GARET, wife of John A. Myers
fl.hneMrt. PnnaMl ervirea Monday.
p. nt., e.t her lata realdence, XI N, Philip it.
interment uerman i.utneran i;emeiery.
NEWROlVEn. On December 8, 1914,
SOPHIA, wife of Abraham Newhower. Fu
neral on Sunday, at 2 p. m., from 1807 N.
Randolph at. Interment Adath Jeshurun
MACOC1T. At Vlneentnwn, N. J., on De
cember JI, 1B14, REBECCA L, widow of
Noah II Teacock, Br. Funeral, from tha
residence of Mlas Emily Hudd, Main St.,
yineentown, N, J., on Monday, at 1 p. m.
Interment Mount Holly Cemetery.
PERUGINt On rw.mh.i- A. 1914. at tha
K3w.'.n Forrest Home, Holmesburg, JACK
IIAITIL On December fl. 1014, THOMAS J.
RAITII. Funeral Monday, at 7:30 a. m,
fromfinio Walton ave. Mass at Church of
the Transfiguration at 9 a. m. Interment
RI8TINE. At Olbbaboro, N. J on Decem
ber 3, 1014, LOUI8, husband of Harriet Rla
tins Funeral servlcea on Monday, at 2 p.
m.. It Haddonfleld road, Olbbaboro. Inter
nment IlrrJln Cemetery.
RUDOLPH. On December 9. 1914. JUDITH
A., widow of Alexander Rudolph. Funeral on
Monday, Iecember 7, nt 1 p. m., from 411
Itaddon ave., Camden, N. J. Interment prl-
"!" at coieatown Cemetery. v
SAUEltM AN, Suddenly, on December 8
ivi. amma, wiaow or ndward sauerrnan.
Funeral services on Sunday, at 2 p. m., at
her lata residence. IDOl nnrmflntntvn ava. In.
'arrnent at Northwood Cemetery.
SCIILATEIL On December 8, 1014, FRANK,
eon of Caroline and tho late William Schlater,
Funeral aervlcea on Sunday; at 2 p. m., at
8024 Helen at. Interment at East Cedar lllll
Bl?Sliz-0n December it 1914, CATII.
AR1NE, wife of Charles Simon and daughter
of the late Patrick and Urldget Heeman.
Funeral on Tueaday, at 8:30 a, m , from her
sister's residence, Mrs. Hugh Reed, 2707
Jasper at. High Mass at Church of ths
Visitation, at 10 a. m. Interment private.
BIMB. On December 4, 1014, JOHN SIMS,
formerly of Philadelphia, Funeral servlcea
On Monday. DeretnTter 7. nt 2 n. m.. nt hla
late realdence. 0340 Dustleton ave , Rustle
ton, Interment private, at William Penn
STEIDLER, At Pittsburgh. To., on Decem
ber ..', 1014, JOSEPH, husband of tha lata
Itertha Steldler. Relatives and frlenda, also
Joshua Lodge, No. 2.1, I. O. D. 11. and liar
Slnal 'Lodge, are Invited to attend tho funeral,
on Sunday, at 10 a. m,, from tho parlors of
Dmanuel Aaher A Son, 1002 Diamond St.
Interment at Adath Jeshurun Cemetery.
STROnEL At Soldiers' Home, Hampton
8TROHEL. Funeral services on Monday, at
niy ii ine apartments or umer ji.
1820 Chestnut at. Interment at Mount
BTRUT1IER8 In Phllllpaburg, on Thura
day. December 3, 1014, DAVID C. STRUTH-
JjHS. Hated 40 vt(ir.
Servlcea and Inter
mnt Hen Iila City, N.
J.. Sunday. Decern
BWEENKY. On December 3, 1914, BRID
GET, daughter of Jamea nnd Bridget
Sweeney. Funeral on Monday, at 8:30 a, m.,
from 34 West Louden st., Germantown. High
Maaa at St. Vincent do Paula' Church, at 10
m. interment at lioiy eepuicnro cm-
SWEET. On December 2. 1014, RICHARD
E. SWEET, husband of Martha Sweet (nee
BtocXman). Funeral services on Sunday, at
1 p. m. preclaely, at his lato realdence, 231U
South Woodstock at. Interment at Northwood
THOMAB. Suddenly, on Friday, December
4il14. at his lata realdence. WALTER C.
THOMAS. Funeral services will be held at
tho Church of the Holy Trinity on Monday
morning, December 7, nt 11 ofclock. Inter
ment private. Pleas omit flowers.
VAUGHAN. On December 2. 1914.
CHARLES P., son of the late James and An.
hie Vaughan and hueband of Clara O.
Vaughan Funeral on Monday, nt 7:30 a. m..
from tho parlors of William II. Ilatteraby.
S748 Germantown ave. High Mass at St.
Stephen's Church, at 0 a. m. Interment at
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
WALSH. On December 3, 1014, ELIZA
HETH WALSH (nco Hergan). widow ot John
Walsh, formerly of Frackvllle. Pa Funeral
on Monday, at 7 a. m , from 2033 East Som
tract at. Solemn Requiem Maaa at St. Anne's
Church nt 8.30 a. m Interment Holy
Rosarv Cemetery. Frackvllle, Pa
WAJISLEY. On December 4, 1014, JAMES
A WAMSLEY, M. D aged 83 years. Rela
tlvea and friends, ulsn University Lodge. No,
010. r. and A. M : fiiloam Chapter. No. 10,
Royal Arch Masons: Cyreno Commandery,
No. 7, K. T.; Progressive Assembly, No. 4,
A. O. M. P.; Damascus Lodge, I. O. o. F..
and nil other organizations to whtch ho v,ns
attached, ara Invited to attend the funeral
services, on Tueaday morning, at 0 o'clock,
at his late realdence, 1S2U Diamond st. Ilody
may bo viewed on Monday oventng, after
7:30 o'clock. Interment private, at Dare
town. N. J. (Automobile service.)
WATSON. On December 2, 1014. W. ELD-
REAL ESTATE TOR BALE
Half of Operation Sold
WHERE THE QUALITY IS ALWAYS
AnOVE THE PRICE
Fifth St. & Eleanor St.
4800 RLOCK NORTH
Price, $4000 Price, $3200
TERMS TO SUIT
Theae have porch fronta, all modern 1m-
frovementa basement laundry, electrla
Ighta. Dullt with ths stability that haa
made tha Loughran house a atandard of
good construction, See
JOHN LOUGHRAN'S SONS
6TH BT. DELOW ROCKLAND ST.
2-Story Twin Houses.
8 Rooms and Bath, .
Side Yards, Hoty
Laundry, ' V $3800
Electric $? 2ts
SAMPLE HOUSE OPEN
Co car fare: take Krankford
car, transfer to Margaret.
oiomvtnH COST I8SOO
Small amount cash and $32 monthly will
secure thla excellent 3-story residence. 40th
at. near Warrington ave. 12 rooms, 3
Latha, electrlo light; semi-detached. Lot
"""POTTS & TOWNSEND
400S BALTIMORE AVE.
Homes in the Cty Limit i
23 ft. front, with lots
61st and 63rd Sts.
RIDGE WATBON. Funeral eerrlees on Bug
dav. at 1:80 P. m, at Andalusia. Rueks
County, rl; Interment at Beachwood Ceme-
Ao6i)HEAD. On OtetmhtT
AiinAHAM. . husband, of Mary
! p m., at
Funeral eervlees on Monday. ai - d m.. i
incT Nrih Darlen at. Interment Jt. ot i.
vn'mln-On December 8, 1014. ANNA,
at. To proceed to Greenwood tv. oi i.
DAILY AND SUNDAY
-.... ci-vr f TVPC for Ilka this)
Ono Insertion ...,,..,...... !5aBKjJJJ
Three Insertions In week.,.. WW per 1 ns
seven consecutive Insert one... 100 per 11ns
lOOO Ins contrsct (dally ad- -,..,.
verllelng) ,. ,.... so per una
Slttiatlcna wanted, three Inser-
lions In a wek.. .......... .. lOe rrlin
THIS SIZEvTYPE (or like this)
Permitted In all classifications ejtept Help
and Situations Wanted. Lost and Found, Per-
aonals., Hoarding and Rooms,
one naertlon, .................. 20p per line
Three Insertions In a week.... 17Vtoper n
Seven consecutive Insertions... loo per line
1000 line contract (dally !,,.,...
vertlstng) "He per line
All rates are based on agate measurement, ,
14 agate lines tn the Inch.
DEATH NOTICES either paper
10 lines ono time .fSl
Three Insertions SLUO
tn ntJtct December , f
for Insertion In both tbe morning and evening
pipers of same day:
Add four cents per line net to rates gtvaa
HELP AND SITUATIONS WANTED
ADVERTISING IN THE PUBLIC LEDOEIt
MAY RE INSERTED IN THE EVENINO.
LEDGER WITHOUT ADDITIONAL
COOK Well-recommendcd Protestant woman,
about 33. as cook in private family In (lor.
mantownf must bo capable and good-tern-pered.
Address L 022, Ledger Office.
RE8SMAKER wants thoroughly experienced
atockkeener: only one who hna worked in
dressmaking establishment need, apply. M.
yvu.gr, .... malum.
HOUSEKEEPER, working, in institution In
country for 30 boys; firotestant Christian
woman, willing to do mending; strong physi
cally, and patient and tactful with boys:
engagement by January 1. Address, with
references, E 014, Ledger Central.
at once, highest type
German nursemaid for 10-montha-old ba
must have highest ret. E 740, Ledger Central
STENOGRAPHER Largo corporation requires
exp. lemnie aienograpner, wun at lease o or
10 years' exp., preferably In technical or
exp. female stenographer.
10 venra' exn.. nreferabl
metal lines; an excellent opportunity for re-
nnrrf. educated woman, aulck at learning da-
t ails and cap. nanaung neavy corres
cations must give complete
exp., rets, ana present employment, ana will
b treated confidentially. A 108, Ledger Office.
woman WANTED, reliable.
for day's work;
bring reference. 2112 Venango st,
GOVERNMENT positions open to women; J75
mo.: write immediately ror ireo list. Tanx.
lln Institute. Dept 713 T. Rochester, N. Y,
HELP WANTED MALE
ACTIVE, pncrgctlo man can secure oppor
tunity to aell securities; liberal commissions;
cosy work, attractive to investors because
of absolute safety. M 4r0. Ledger Central.
CANVASSERS Ladles atia gentlemen; an
article of merit recommended for its sanitary
qualities; large profits. Sat., 4-8, Mon. avg.,
,-10. Sanitary Sugar Howl Co., 210-212 Penn
CANVASSERS of neat appearance on a splen
dld free offer: hustlers can make 123 to ISO
weekly. Apply 8 to 10 30 a. m.. 1332 Arch.
DISTRIUUTERS-Roya and girls to distribute
an article of necessity; largo profits; easy
work. Sat. 4-8, Mon. ovg., 7-10. Sanitary
Sugar Howl Co.. 210-212 1'enn Square llldg.
DRESSER wanted; man accustomed to
dressing lute yarns on slasher fit beam
ing machine; wrlto stating oxpnrlence,
etc., to Superintendent. 1153 Manhat
tan ave., llrooklyn, N. Y.
DRUGGIST Graduato and retlsterod; must"
have good experience. Apply between lo and'.
"and 2 to 4, Georgo B. Evana, 11UU Cheat-
L'iRAY,I:R Flrst-cUas ateel plats engraver! jiLa
-..- u u.mviviuiua vignette anu ruisa
fiili. ?,."' opportunity. Address M Oil,
JANITOR FOR SCHOOL WANTED
A small hoarding school, locsted In the coun
trj, 4 miles from city of Lancaster, needs
a noi'er, reliable man to net as jsnltori
must have experlenco In handling boiler Hies
and knov. something of care of machinery;
n. handy man. willing to make himself use
JL. not afraid of work, can secure per
manent position. Must live at school: stats
wages desired, whero good living la la
eluded, leates School, Box 621, Lancas-
BAJ'BSHAN, previous outside aellin
,nn.pSr,ence P.ot essenlisl, but will only
consider applicants full of bard work
J2.Vu.hu'"mv w" Pay silary and
commlsalon, although our best men
J. ? mo,t .moS.ey n straight commie-f-iJlL"na.
1. Grants Premier Electrla
n;w!n.er' .1. b8 "ola throughout city;
0Wkh sold last year: $25 each. For Ini
tervlew address M COO, Ledger Office.
BAioHU.AN'.;pec,8ltJr. wanted for new article
...... F . offices, atores. eto,: commtaalon at
--.., . c.cunc. required. J Pia. Ledger Cent.
B,.t.IP.P1ri WANTED-Muat be flrat claas. t
ir.f.i:ha.r,au')fr'ctlvln and shipping: one is
SmI''"1 who hs had experience packing and
nipping small articles. Apply S o'clock.,
Atwoter-Kent Manufacturing Vorka. Btentoa'
ava. and Kaat Logan t.. r:.,.nt,m
fr?i0rV.,Iul-.Ir corporation requires
il. 1,ola?elp,h.' 0tfl!9 Pt male stenogra
JSfS? o at yr o sg; metal products
HSfi fn.ca d,''sbl but not absolutely es
IX. !.? on flo.'ek at grasping details snd
Sill!?' o smbltlous man or good character,
health and appearance and capable of de
velopment Into clever correspondent this Is
fin,unu!UKI PPnunlty f0r permanent posi
tion, with steady growth ( applications rwlll
be treated with atrlcteat confluence, but can-
S?.'. c?"',l'ii!ti unl" I"? lv complete
history. Including age, personal chsracterls-
ISSXIS'1 V. references and praaent era-
.. ployment. A 106. Ledger Office.
TENOR WANTED. Address L. B. D. P., 1519
WANTED Help In cabinet department: all
branches of woodworking in connection wltlj
manufacturlntr of high-grade cabinets! apply
'!"w.f",n' lvln age. refa. and nam otlaat
employer! Investigation of ref. must prove
satisfactory and applicant pass physical x-
. amlnation. Address P. O. Box 8300. Station O.
WANTED Bright asleaman, acquainted with
users of fruit syrups In largo quantities 2
tnoae capable of closing sjood contracts on a
commission basis only apply. Address U
oji leaser uinca.
I MADE .INUW In ftyo years with a small
mall order ljuelnesa; began with IS. Send
t10,' i" bok't' Tell how. 'ffeacock, i
Lock port, , V
HE. SAVS He.
A(' HE A4NT
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