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EVENIHG LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JAJtTTABY 28, 1915.
Sunday's Sermon Today
"LET OTJR MOJEIT SHINE" (
Tt: "tit your light ad h!no before
wen that they may see your good works
and glorify JW father which Js In
heaven." Matthew, vl. 1.
'Th'ey Wilt glorify God because of what
they see In your lives. They will glorify
Jtljn because of the power they seo In
you. Uvlng so oe to glorify 3od was
tho brst thing 'Jesus taught Ills dis
ciples; and It Is the nrst thing Ho enjoins
"Religion Is the most Important manor
In life, nnd it should bo our first business.
The tet means that ybu shouldn't shine
On Sunday and bo like a Pittsburgh fog
for the remainder of the week. Your
light should shine everyday and all the
"It Is not what you say that counts,
nor is It so much how great the thing
Is what you do. A man can serve God
while driving hogs as well as whllo
preaching the Gospel. A man can be ono
of the worst sinners as ho sits In the
pew" or sings hymns, and lie can be the
best kind of a saint while ho Is thawing
a water pipe. The Important thing- Is,
thn von live for the Lord wherever you
are and whatever it Is your business to do.
"This Idea mat noming is rcunious un
less you are down on your knees Is all
poppycock. That Is the trouble, religion
has been relegated to a theory,
" 'Let your light so shlno before men
that they may seo your good works and
glorify your Father which Is In heaven.'
tm mentis thai God exnects all to shlno.
"We can't all be great prcachers-and we,
ought to bo thankful for that: wo can t
all bo great singers and Its a good tmng
that ve can't: but every man can stand
for Christ, and let the world know wnero
where he stands. We can let tho world,
the ilesTt and the devil know on which
side wo Btand. I'll bet the brewers
don't smile much when they seo your
white ribbons. Ho knows where you nro
I'll bet there are a lot of church mem
bers In town who show so poor n light
that ou can't tell whether they arc for
these meetings or against them. That's
tho reason the devil is having such a
good time and that's why he wasn't put
In the hospital long ngo.
"A man a church member was going
up to a lumber camp In the north and
a friend salij to him: 'If those lumber
jacks find, out you'ro a Christian they'll
make sport of you.' Ho went up there,
and when he same back 'nla friend said:
'W'eli. how did you get along with tho
lumberjacks?' The man answered: 'All
right, Tfrey didn't find It out' That's
tho iway with so many people who pro
fess to be Christians. That's why It's so
hardlto hold a revival, the church Is full
of that bunch. They're church mem
bers' but a stranger would havo n mighty
hard tlmo, finding it out If you are a
Mason, everybody knows it. You want
em to. If you're an Odd Fellow, you wear
the pin "With the three links, and every
body taiows you are. If you are a Democrat,-
and any one who doesn't know it
makes' an attack on the Democratic party
In your presence, he'll ilnd it out mighty
"Tho first thing a man does when ho
Joins a lodge is to get a pin, and if any
body says anything about tho lodge he
will stand up nnd fight for It; but there
aro a lot of rtiurch members who will
see the church and Jesus Christ Insulted
and never open their mouths. If they
were real men they would do what a
man does when he sees his wife or sister
Insulted. He'd fight if there was a drop
of red blood In his veins.
"God and every community have about
nil they want of that kind of religion.
"WON'T FIGHT FOR GOD.
"There aro too many who won't take
time to fight for God. Thoy won't take
time for family prayer, or for personal
work, or for Bible reading, or for prayer
meeting, or work In the Sunday school.
You eat? Yes, You wash yourself 7 Yes.
You comb .your "hair? Yes. But you
haven'tAany, time for God. .
God expects, us to illuminate this world,
but Instead of doing it by our, works
too many of us sit around and sing". 'Oh,
Think of the Home Over There,' when
we ought to be out breaking clods or
killing gophers or skinning skunks and
snakes. Let your light shine. Virtue is
light: vice Is darkness. The light of
Christianity will dispel the forces of dark
ness and brighten up this old world. A
Christian light -will shine anywhere.
The light over my head shines Just as
brightly here as it does in any other
place. It Is an effect, and it comes from
a cause. There is a dynamo out there
somewhere, and it Is making the light
shine. The power of God is the dynamo
that enables us to shine. This light up
here doesn't say 'Oh, I could shine so
brightly if I only were in a magnificent
church with stained glass windows and
carved pews and a. big organ backed up
in the corner.' Nol It will shine any
where it is put so long as the power
is there. You can shine anywhere if you
aro right with God It doesn't make any
difference where you are, whether you
are In a beautiful church or out in some
dark alley pillowing on your breast the
head of some girl who has fallen. Chris
tians, will shine anywhere. Mere church
"Jesus says: T ore the salt of the
earth.' Light is for Illumination, salt is
for preservation. Salt is a preservative.
TVhere you put salt it kills the bacteria
that cause decay. It a man were to take a
piece of meat and smell it and look dis
gusted, and if his little boy were to ask
what was the matter with it he would
ay, It'a rotten.' But if you would put
salt on It you would kill those germs.
"When Jesus said: 'Ye are the salt of the
earth,' be meant that He Intended us to
preserve it from rottenness.
"Sin Js a germ that will rot yon, your
good name, your boy, your girl. Chris
Vanity will klU that germ. So if you
sneer at religion you ore a fool.
"Jesus tells us, too, that we are c
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icaven, and 11a mean? us to leaven the
whole lump. When ho mentioned leaven,
even woman who was present knew that
ho was talking about bread-making and
sat up and listened to ilnd out whether
He had his dope right. Ho had, too. You
know how Icaven works put Just a little
of It Into n mass And pretty Boon It wilt
havo tho whole mass working, and will
mako It like itself, There are many kinds
of leaven In the world. The leaven of
tho Pharisees was working when Jesus
Was on earth, and ho wanted Ood's leaven
to be tho stronger, If we are the right
kind of leaven wo will leaven tho whole
lump and make tho world as God wants
it to be.
"If th s old arth were a lump of dough,
wo could Just drop a littlo icaven of
Christianity Into It nnd change tho whole
KEEP LIGHT BURNING.
"Your light may not bo as big as some,
but If you keep It burning as brightly us
jon can God will be satisfied. When jou
havo done all that you can do, that Is
enough. I'd rnther bo a match that's
burning than a 60-candlo power lamp
that has gono out. The smallest light will
drlvo away a lot of darkness. Nlf I come
into this tabernacle at night nnd not n
light Is burning nnd I take a match from
my pocket nnd strike It the darkness will
be broken away back to the cornera.
You may not be able to do as great things
as others. You may not bo able to speak
Well, but you can let your light shlno by
working for tho Lord so that peoplo will
know whero you Btatul. What If ou
can't sing or prench or pray ns well ns
others, you can live right.
"You aro bright before God only as Ills
light shines through you Tho real light
Isn't the thing I see out there In tho
pews. What I see is only tho houso you
lWo In. It Isn't you that dies nnd falls
down and gets pale and cold. It Isn't ou
that tho undertaker placed In a colli n nnd
burled. It's only the houses you have been
living In. You don't see mo hero up on
tho platform You only see mo by what
I mako my body do. Wo only llvo In
these bodies, and when God tells us to
mee out wo move that's alt. Wo nro
only tenants at will, and It's not your
"You havo seen how this light over my
head Is nn effect of a cause You see a
man who has been a drunkard, but Is
now a sober man. You seo a man who
has blasphemed God and who now re
spects Ills name There you see tho ef
fects. The cause Is tho power of God
to save. Skeptics may try to tear down
tho Bible all they choose, but a Christian
life Is a living proof of the power of God.
You can't got away from that
MUST HAVE A LIGHT.
"Wo place too much reliance upon
preaching and upon singing, and too
little on tho living of thoso who sit in the
pews. We expect a great deal from the
leaders In tho church, nnd mighty Uttlo
from ourselves. We think the preacher's
life ought to bo without a flaw, nnd that
the Sunday school teacher ought to bo a
wingless angel, and that the deacons nnd
ciders ought to be strictly upright, but
too many of us think that the people in
the pews live llko tho devil. God doesn't
call the preacher to a higher standard
of llvlng'that Ho docs you.
"Listen to this: You must havo a light
before you can let It shine. If you aren't
right with God you haven't any light.
Have you been born agaln7 I don't ask
you if you are a church member
Christian and church member are not
synonymous. If you have not been born
again. If the Holy Spirit Isn't in you,
you must get right. If you are not right,
jou know It.
"Morality isn't enough to givo you a
light. Morality is only the polish on the
candlestick It Isn't the light itself. You
may be moral, you may bo true to the
vows you made to your husband, you
may practice philanthropy, but that Isn't
enough. You must be born again. It's
the light you want, not the candlestick.
"It's tho poltsned moral sinner who Is
the most dangerous. Tho society woman
who has no religion has a bigger drag
for the devil than tho girl selling her
virtue In tho red light district. People
will follow the cxamplo of tho society
woman more than they will that of the
poor fallen girl. It's because the devil
can transform himself Into an angel of
light that he has lasted so long. He
talks from the pulpit in the garb of an
"Are you keeping your light from shin
ing because you are ashamed to own
"You ought to be proud to belong to
tho kingdom of Jesus Christ
"Tho very first place in which you
should let your light shlno Is your own
home. The members of our family
ought to be the very first to know that
something new has come into your life.
It ought to make your homes happier
and brighter places, so that everybody
who entered would be glad you had
found a light and were letting It shine.
"There Is something wrong with your
religion if it doesn't mane your home
happier and better. The trouble Is that
we are killing it with formality and
rituals. Let your light shlno, so that
other peoplo will want to light their
tapers at yours
"Don't be afried to use your light.
Don't turn It down as you turn down the
gas to keep the meter from running so
fast I hate to visit In a home where
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there Is a fussy woman following you
around turning down the gas Let your
light burn full nnd bright, so that every
body can see It.
"You ought to live bo that overy one
about yoli, every one who meets you
knows that you are a Christian. Do
yon? Does your milkman know that you
nro n Christian? Does the man who
brings your laundry know that you are
n Christian? Does the man who hauls
out jour ashes know that you are n
Christian? Does the newshoy who throws
the paper on your doorstep know that
you aro a Christian? Does tho butcher
know that you aro a Christian?
OUGHT TO HE RELIGIOUS.
"If you had to get Into heaven on tho
testimony of your wnsher woman would
you make It? If your getting into
heaven depended on your religion, would
you land? If your husband had to get
admittance to heaven on tho testimony
of his stenographer, coutd ho do it?
If his salvation depended on what his
clerks could tell nbout him, would he
get there? A man ought to bo as re
ligious In business as ho Is In church.
Ho ought to be as religious In buying
nnd Belling ns ho Is In praying.
"Let your light shlno In your neighbor
hood. Every church should bo a refuge
for the homeless, tho drunkard nnd tho
fallen woman. They aren't, though. Half
of you would frooo them up by the
wnv ou look at them.
"You should love your neighbor ns
yoursnlf Love your neighbor "that way.
Feed him when ho Is hungry. Give htm
a drink when ho Is thirsty. Treat htm
as you do yourself.
"When tho disciples saw tho great
crowd gathered to hear Jesus nnd saw
that thoy wero hungry, thoy were
scared. They went to Jesus and said:
Lord, send them away. Wo can't feed
them nil.' But Jesus told Philip to
havo the peoplo seated, and ho said:
'Why, wo haven't nnythlng to feed
them with. Two hundred pennyworth of
bread wouldn't feed that hurfgry crowd.'
But Jesus looked around nnd saw a
littlo boy whose ma had given him flvo
hlsnults and a couple of snrdlnes, nnd
said to him: 'Son, come hero; tho Lord
wnnts you. So tho boy enmo to Jesus,
nnd ho took tho biscuits and sardines
and fed that whole crowd, and thoy had
nil they wanted, and when they got
through thcro wero 12 baskets of frag
ALL CAN BE LOAVES.
"You can't all preach, and you can't
nil do great things. You can't all bo
Peters and Jameses and Johni, but you
can nil bo barley loaves and fishes for
God. You can all wlpo away tho tears
from tho eyes of sorrow. You can all
go to church when It rains or looks like
rain. That's when tho preacher needs
you. No man can bo eloquent to wood
"Don't look as If religion hurt you.
Don't look as If you had on a num
ber two shoo when you ought to bo
wearing a number five. Don't look as It
you were wearing a 22 R. & G. or Prin
cess Irene, when you ought to have on a
30. I see some women here this after
noon who look as If they had the tooth
ache. That won't win any one for Christ.
Look pleasant Look as If religion mado
you hnppy when you had It
"Don't think that anything you do for
God Is too small to be worth while. Do
your best. That's all tho angels can do.
Nothing you do Is littlo. if what you did
was tho best you could. If a little thing
is all that you can do, then that little
thing is a great deal in tho sight of God.
God only expects every ono to do his best
You won't be Judged on a basis of com
parisons. He expects us to servo him ac
cording to the talents that are given us.
Tho widow's mlto Is Just as great as the
rich man's big contribution. If a. mlto is
all you havo to give, and you give It,
you've given all you could and that's all
that God epects. If you glvo a cup of
cold water and that Is all that you can
do, our reward will bo Just ns great as
If you had been a great preacher.
WANT ALL THE GLORY.
"You must remember that Jesus tells
us to shlno for God. The trouble with
somo people and preachers Is that they
try to shlno rathor than letting their light
shine. Somo preachers put such a big
capital 'I' In front of the cross that the
sinner can't seo Jesus. They want the
glory. They would rather bo a comet
than stars of Bethlehem. Don't try to
shlno yourselves. Let your light shine
which is a very different thing. How can
you let it shlno? Well, if you are a
banker, bo a better banker than that mis
erable old sinner across the street. It
you aro a horseshoer, be tho best horse
shoer in town.
"Take and build yourself a castle out
of promises of God, and move Into It, and
then, when the devil comes to tempt you.
Invite him to come in and show him
tho pictures on the walls. Tell him that
those are pictures of what God Is going
to do for you, and ho'll get out in a
hurry. Just show him the pictures
"Determlno that you will make a suc
cess In Christianity, even If you fall in
everything else. But if you succeed as a
Christian, jou won't fall in other things.
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The man who h8 tt In him to bo n real
Christian has the stuff in him to mako
good In other things, Succeed In all that
you can, for then you will compel more
respect and can go out and win more
respect for Christ Be a Bible Christian,
"Oh, thero are so many church mem
bers who are not oven known In their
own neighborhood aa Christians. Out in
Iowa whero a meeting was being held a
man made up his mind to convert n tough
old sinner, nnd after chasing him around
for three days he finally cornered him.
Then ho talked to that old fellow for two
hours, nnd finally the old Bcoundrel
stroked his whlBkers and what do you
supposo ho said? Ho said: 'Why, I've
been a member of tho church down there
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LIVE. AS BIBLE SAYS.
"Don't try to imitate the ways of tho
world. Llvo as tho Bible tells you to
live. Show tho world that tho Way you
llvo Is tho rlgrit way. A mother and her
two little daughters moved Into a Btrnngo
town, nnd the mother sent tho children
to school. She had mado them dresses
out of an unusual pattern, and when tho
littlo girls como homo from school thoy
said that they didn't llko that town nnd
that school. Tho mother asked them
why, and thoy said that the other glris
laughed at their drosses. They wanted
their mother to-frtst thorn dresses llko tho
other girls. Sho said: 'No: wo didn't
como here to follow tho fashions of this
town, but to sot tho fashion for It' They
did. It wasn't long before tho other
girls began to wear dresses Just like the
ones they had laughed at. Don't follow
tho devil's fashion. Set tho fashions for
God nnd stick to them, and others will
"Keep your light burning. Don't let
any ono put It out. Guard It as you
guard your life. A man who was a light
house keeper up on Lake Erlo ono stormy
ovenlng looked out and saw a man ap
proaching tho lighthouse rowing In n
small boat. A littlo later ho heard a
rapnt tho door, and, not suspecting any
thing, he opened it It was tho man who
had bcon In tho boat, and nfter ho had
gotten lnsldo the lighthouse keeper found
that ho woo Insane. Ho was possessed
with the idea that ho must put qut tho
lights In all tho lighthouses on tho coast,
so he demanded that he be allowed to
put out tho ono there. The lighthouse
keeper knew that out on those troubled
waters thero wore great vessels bearing
men nnd women and children, nnd that
If tho light wont out tho vessels would
be In danger and might run ashore and
bo lost So he fought tho Insane man.
Ho had to fight him at Intervals until
morning came, and when at last tho
night was over ho was brulBed and
lacerated and bleeding, but lje had saved
"So should you stand by your light and
protect It. Don't let It bo put out by tho
devil. Keep It shining, so that the
drunkard and tho fallen woman nnd tho
thief may see it and perhaps find their
way safely Into the harbor of the king
dom of God. 'Let your light so shlno be
fore men that they may seo your good
work and glorify your Father who is in
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BAMTIEL; D. KINNEY
Bamuel B. Kinney, who mahagod tho
Baldwin locomotive plaht at Eddystone,
died yesterdav at Ills home, 127 North 62d
street, following an attack of heart dis
ease. Mr. Kinney, who was 61 years old,
came to Philadelphia many years ngo
'from Texas wlidro he was connected with
tho Southern Railway. He leaves a widow
ami a son, .Howard D. Kinney. The
funeral services will bo held on Monday
night at the Tcnnnnt Presbyterian
Church, 62d and Arch streets. The body
will bo taken to Stroudsburg for burial.
Samuel Spitz, who died yesterday at his
home, 1501 North 8th street, was widely
known In Jewish circles for his charitable
work. Ho was amllatcd with tho Jewish
Foster .Home, to which ho gave much of
his time. For years ho had a meat and
produce market at 8th and Jefferson
streets. Ho was a momber of Sheklnah
Lodgo No. US, F. and A. M and tho Kcn
eselh Israel Congregation. Ho Is sur
vived by his widow and daughter. The
funeral services will bo held tomorrow
afternoon, with Interment In Adath Jo
JlOOItn. In loving memory of Harry B.
MOOIUJ, died January 22, 100. Sadly mNscd.
STINE. -tn loving memory of our father.
Dr. L,. IC BTINE, who departed thin life Jan.
23, 1014. DAUQHTnil AND SON,
AltNOI.D. On January 21, 1013, KATII
AIUNE, wlfo of Philip N. Arnold (noo Abra
hams), aged 25 years. Ilelatlyes and friends
nre Invited to attend the funeral services, on
Sunday, at 2 p. in., at her lato residence, 4010
Oreene St., Oermantown.
llltOH'N. January 21, 10115, ELLA ItnOWN,
(neo Boyle), wife of William II Urown ru
nrral on Monday, at 1 p. m , from the fu
neral parlor of Ward J. Phillips, 000 North
10th st. Interment nt Green Mount Cem
etery. KIIMEIt. Suddenly, nt New Orleans, La., on
January IT, 1011. WILLIAM WALTEll, bus
band of Nellla C, Khmer (nee Allen), aged JZ
j ean. Relatives and friends, nlso members
of the Iteservo Corps and employes In tho
office of Director of Public Safety, aro ln
Mted to attend tho funeral services on Mon
day afternoon, at 2 o'clock nt tho apart
ments of Oliver II. llalr, 1820 Chestnut st.
Interment nt Fernwood Cemetery. Remains
may bo viewed Sunday ovenlng, from 7 to
PIHIIEIt On January 23, 1010, FIIANCI8
M , husband of MarRaret W. Fisher l"unornl
htvIcob on Monday, nt 1 30 p m , nt his
lato residence, 1711 North 42d st. Interment
roSTEIt. At Los Angeles, Cal , on January
11, 10I!, I1ENHY, husband of Emma Foster.
Funeral eorvlces on Sunday, nt 2 p m . at
tho residence of his daughter. 4120 Ogdon
st , West Phllidelohia. Interment prlvato at
Weet Laurel Hill Cemetery . .
HALL On January 23, 101B, MAItT A..
wife of tho lato William Hall rtclatltes and
friends arn Invited to attend tho funeral sor
Icok, on Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at
her late residence. 1IJ01 Poplar st Inter
IIAMROK. On January 20. 1015, SUSIE, wife
of Kills C Hamcon nnd daughter of tho lato
Stephen and Annlo McKlnloy. Funeral serv
ices on Sunday, nt 1 p. m . at her lato resi
dence. 1021 Earl st Interment private at
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residence of Mrs. William Lane. Mannlngton
township. Salem, N. J on Monday, at 8 80
n m High Requiem Mnss at St. Marys
Church, nt 10 a m, Interment at Bt. Mary a
Cemetery, Salem, N. J, ....,
JKNKINS. On January 22, 1018, THOMAS.
husband of Cathnrlna Jenkins. I"""'
from his late residence, 2027 North 0th st ,
Monday, at 8.30 n. m. Solemn High Mass
of Requiem at St, Edward's Church, at 10
a m, interment Holy sepulchre Cemetery.
JONKS At her residence, York roail above
Horace nvonue, Ablngtop, .Montgomery
County. Pa., on January 21. 1015, LAURA
M wife of William J. Jones. I'urther
notice ot tho funeral witrb s'yen, , ,. ,.
IUiltSHAtv. on January n, ii, ft-""it
husband of the kite Sarah Kershaw. Funeral
on Monday, at 2 p. m from Campbell a
Unnk, near Clifton Heights, Delaware
County, Pa. Interment Mt. Klon Cemetery.
KINNI5V. On January 23, 1015, SAMUEL D.
KINNEY, aged 62 years. Relstlves and
friends, also Osark LodgsV No. 430, F. and
A. M , nnd employes of Baldwin Locomo
tive Worka. ara Invited to attend tho funeral
services, on January 25 (Monday ovenlng),
nt 8 o'clock, at Tennent Presbyterian Church,
B2d .tnd Arch sts. Interment nt Slroudt-
IUNb'kY, At his residence. 1022 Spruce
Bt . January 23, 1016, Hon. JOHN L. 7N
BEY. Further notice of the funeral will be
KRAMER- On January 21, 1MB, MAItT J.,
widow of Oeorxs J, Kramor and daughter of
the lcto Charles A. and lirldget Wilson. Fu
neral on Monday, at 8:30 a. m.. from 048
Cantrell st. (0th nnd Snyder aye.). Requiem
High Mass at the Church of tho Epiphany,
at 10 a. m. Interment New Cathedral Ceme
tery. KKIDEIl. Suddenly, on Thursday, January
21, 1015, at her residence, 452 Welling ,t
Richmond Hill, Long Island. N. T MAll
aAROT M , beloved, daughter of Walter
Wright and Anna Mulford Krider. In the 04
jenr of her age. Notice of Wnernl later,
LIPPE. On January 21. 1018, ELIZABETH
A. LirPD, widow of William A. Zur Llppe.
Duo notice, of tho funeral will be
Klven from her lato residence, 1013 South
LIIDLAVi. On January 21. 1MB, MARGA
RET C , wife of Furmnn L. Ludlam. Rela
tives and friends aro Invited to attend tho
funeral on Sunday, January 24, at 1.30 p. m ,
from her lato residence, South Dennis, N. J,
Interment at South Dennis --.
MAl.ONE. On January 20, 1018, ELIZA
CTH V , wife of John J, Malone (neo Kohl
schelber). Funoral on Monday, at 8.80 a. m ,
from 4050 North 0th st. Solemn Requiem
Mass at tho Church of the Incarnation, at
10 a. m. Interment New Cathedral Ceme-
MAIITENS On January 22, 1018. WIL
LIAM J., son of Anna M. and the lato Wil
liam F, Martens runeral on Tuesday, from
M47 West Boston nve at 8 30 n. m
Solemn High Mass at St. Columba's Church,
nt 10 n. m. Interment Holy Redeemer
MARTIN. On Jnnuary 20, 1018, nt Mon
treal, N a. MARY FORD, widow of Dr.
Robert W. Martin. Funeral and Interment
McCANN. On January 22, 1018. JANE,
wlfo of Arthur McCann. Funeral on Tues.
dai. nt 8 .".0 a m , from 1603 North 11th
Ft Solemn High Requiem Mass at St.
Malachy's Church, at 10 a. m. Interment
Now Cathedral Cemetery.
Ml'IlKLK. On January 22, 1MB, OEOROE
MEltKLU. runeril services, on Monday, at
o m , nt the (residence 0f his nephew,
William II. Haley; 21 Potter St., Haddon-
.".'A.'1' Interment at Hadonai.i'trSfl
MS2S!5rSfflsir "A ma. baui,, .j
m hie late residence, no W.,T As rifl
"'! &"" oiis. ;arVKLS
m ,.t the r dencVof mV&&, "L&i
son, st. Interment privat,.PrwU' 8
"S'SriP,? iM1".1 11- 1018, WILT.,.,.!
John cTNase. " VaiJSTEgrfg &3GM
day, at 2 p. m , from the paMors ?ni"i-l
P. Kuntlg, 2003 West Tlega U,ABWnl
strictly nrlvatn "oga at. IntinWfli
"SMUyy on'nut ?,
.,.-4- . ..... . . 'n'i
"f AN. On January 22, 1016, f th .. fS
House, nt Plalnfleld, fV, J., FLOnmS"!"
daughter of M. r nJ '... Ji""ENCB L. H
terment nt Plalnnetd. N j. " " Kna- ti ;
SEItOISI,. On January 22. 1015 tk. i
BERfJBL. mother of Mrs Henry BA.1-J
lunerni service will bo held on llonS.. "-Ml
1 p. tn., nt the residence of wS"?.'. nil
249 west Seymour St., Oermantown ?,.'!'
ment ot Muscatine. la. ' ""M.
8in8I.Ell.--On January 22, I01B, Oiurn
wife of Ileyrinuer M, Bhtaler, T FeniS! ?J
xuonaay, .January zo, at 8 a. m r,VJ Wi2 VI
North B4th st . Cnnidsn. M Tm't'rJal.ll 11
at St. Joseph's Church. East' adin,,f!
a m. Interment private. " ' U
BIIUMAN. On January 20, 1018. OTTft i.
band ef the late Tacy A, Shuman, rS
Sunday, nt 2 p. m., from 1018 MarrtSW
Interment prlvato. ""ion tt. ,
SMITH. On January 22, 1015. WlTTm. i
WALTON, son of ' Walton i ano nSHS '
Smith. Funeral on Tuesday, it 2 bTS
from inn parents' residence, 018 Btoui tni i
t. Intorment private, Mt, MortMi rt&M
sl? -A". T?"uar',2&.. "? "AMtWf'
nusbHiiu u, .iuii Aiuiiuy opus, Sged 3(1 ,.!' Sfl
Relatives nnd friends, also Sheklnah LmH m
No. 240, F. and A. M.l officers and dlrSJi 1
of Iho Harmon a Rulldlnr aiH l, ""! i,B
4tn nra Invllail tn nftnn .. ..! . "OCIS i. 1
vkos. on Sunday afternoon, at 2aoa,eJoeVJ
precisely, nt his lato residence. 1501 NfSf',al
8th at. Interment at Adath Jeehuron (22 t
STKF.R. On January 20, 1015, nOBEHT '
htcbii, nusoana or uarria e. Btetr Im J41
Payne), Services, on Sunday, January it u 41
2 p. in., at 801 Howard St., Camden, ft V $
Interment at Arlington Cemetery. ...
homo, Mnlln Hall, Chester Valley, ois.i
LIND HRINTON STEPHENSON. wUolp
Jnmes.Loo Stephenson, daughter of Jolw't
Mnlln. 'Esq. Funeral sorvlces at tier bora. .
s' iu'n.M.:iLM,w rC:a.r- . . 31
nieiii. M!" H''l" "'" neei (mini vm
nrrJvlnir &t Frnser. at 138 Mid 1:52, ffS iSiM
THOMPSON. OnUnmiarr 20. 1915. Wnx,"f
IAJI L. 'rMujii'tjuiN, nuaoana of th IS. 4
Atrnftfl TJ. Thomson. Funeral lAwtsa. J? i
Mf nday. J"ary 2jV at 2 p. m.. at hli luj t(;
- ns-i.pi 'Mrtiint rVmnrAnr ra"L
.VAUi'wiii'uvnii un if uiiunry zi, jjjj 11
jL.i.i&AiisA,.i Bftwivi, who ot isaratmd it .la
nt 11 n. m.. nt 0020 Webster st IntenS&H
VAT,T,ACB.On Tanuftry 22. 191B, JANHJLfH
widow of James AVallooo. n?latlYta and Mm
friena'fl of the family aro invited to Attenl
11 n'rlrtpk nreclnfilv. at her late riinrsi in JiS
c.itk Ifll at TtirnfTOftnf ntHvAt
WJlllr. un January i.', ivio, i3DWABI,a
non or. mo miw lenntrn r, i nca mitt ytal
v mil. A" uiiwiw u 'iuuwj. . p. in,, irrjra a
tho residence m Aonm a. Mamer, Z538 Mo
JS.! Si. xiivriiiiciib i cuiuu(i wnieiory, '
rrrcf It Wllmlntrfrnn. nn TTIrnt Mnnf -
mtK VU .VZATWYTIT J., wtflnw nt .Ttonh wt.7 i
n ntflF1 lonr nf her neo. pSinprnl rt. a? 4
Pyle. 1S00 Wt 10th ot, Wilmington, Dtt
n - 'ri
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