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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1915.
The Fraternal Society Depart'
ment villi hereafter appear on
Monday and Thursday of each
week, inUtad of Friday. Com
munications to the Fraternal
Editor should be received at this
office by Tuesday and Friday eve
nings. The organizations not rep
resented today mill be presented
IMMIGRATION BILIi VETOED
The l'resldcnt todny vetoed the immi
gration bill. The atory of the veto la
printed In another column.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows
Final aranitements for tho opening of tha
new employment bureau for Oil Fellows have
been completed, and a call has been sent out
for a meetlntr of tleleerates of
all lodges In this city on Feb
ruary 2. At this meeting every
lodBo thit approves or the bu
reau will be enrolled as a mem
ber, anil the oil.cu win no
opened at once In the flranil
Lodge oRlce, 1723 Arch street
This now bureau Is unique In
that no feci Mill be churned
to either the employers of labor
or to to pen ons seeklni: emplomcm. 1 or this
reason It will be noceisnry lo limit tho appli
cants In members of those lodges that aro num
bers of the new bureaus, Iho cost of main
taining the bureau will bo met by tho lodges
mat appruve of tho enterprise. Tho project
has been approved by Grand secretary Usher A.
Hall, ns well n other (srand olflcers, and It is
expected that every one of Iho 108 lodBfs In
this city will muoI in uld of tho new buieau.
Philanthropic I.oJbo has been tho recipient of
many congratu.atlons through having set this
project on foot, and dislrcs to sa, through
thae columns, that It was the whole-heartul
supiort of the sifter loilges in this city that
has tioucht the matter to a successful hrnii.
Philanthropic Lodgo conferred the third do
irree upon two candidates last week. 'I he pre
vious degrees have been attended by nuiny cl
tho delega es to the emplo) ment bureau meet
ings, and thev hao cxprseed themselves as be
ins much pleased at tho manner tho degree
work Was liandled by tho degree master, fast
(Jrun.l William It. Nngle. .... ,
ornnd JIaBlcr Hon. Paul A. Benson, J. P.
Halo Jenkins. D. O. SI. and Hon. llmory A.
Walling. l'resleilnK Judge of Krle County, nnd
o.her grand officers will attend tho meeting
of Mlllo Lodgo tonight to witness tho ceremony
of the lirst degree. ....
Tho crnnd officers aro expected also to pav
a short visit to Spring Garden l-oclite. wnhn
holds nn anniversary celebration tho tamo
Mlllo Lodge's degree master, George llrnznl
man, keeps his start on tho go and enres to
give very little time for speeches in tho meet
ing. The Centennial Association for tho an
niversary In ftnltlmoro Is Increasing In num
bers. Secretary Arthur S. Tarvln enjojs hard
The new Odd Fellows' hall of Upland
Lodge. fo. 2.M. will bo dedicated on January
ZO with full ritualistic ceremony by Grand Mas
ter Paul A. Uenson. nsslsteJ bv J. r Halo
Jenkins, D. O. M.t I'shor A. Hall, G. 8., and
Wesley1 B. Beyer, grand marshal. A number
of tho children from tha Orphans' Home In
this city will bo present to assist In the sing
ing. The evening will bo dented to a T-o-ceptlon
and dance hi tho auditorium of tho
Walker Lodgo will have initiation ncit Mon
day In their commodious rooms. Germantown
and Chelten avenues. After the ceremonies n.
lunch will be served. Vvnlkol Lodge wilt h.ibl
ono of Us fnmous smokers on February ...
Brother William II. Bradford, the hn.ri.no
singer and comedian, will bo tho drawimr
card for a largo attendance. Admission will
bo by Imitation through members of W'alke
Lodge. 1. G. Maurice ratterson, chairman
of tho Entertainment Committee is making
preparations for nr. cnjovable evening.
The "high school graduates" of Patriarchal
Odd Fellowship followed tho troll to Inde
pendence Lodge, where several of the trnll
hltters" were present, and thev explained the
encampment branch at length. The lodgo
served refreshments The trail led to Fidelity
Lodge, at .Id and Brown streets, on v ctlnes
dny night, and goes to Mystic Lodgo, at
Holmcsbunr. on Saturday night. At this meet
ing Grand Patriarch S II Pope will be the
leader, and a big nttendsneo Is expected.
American Star Lodge rendered the last serv
tra in their rower to one of Its oldest and
most respected members. Brother "vMUIam .1.
MUllgan. wi.o died suddenly In Horrlshurg.
The services were held In Bethany Prcsbiter
lan Church, and American Star Lodge had n
largo attendance there and service at the
grave. Past Grands Thomas Slpps and F P.
Bherry officiated as honorary ballbcarers, and
Noble Grand Harry F. Lvcrllne officiated at
Spring Garden Lodge had an overflow meet
ing Inst week and the honor of distant visitors.
as follows: George F.. .Richardson Quinslgmond
Lodge, Worcester Mass : D. C. Clark. Ad; ance
Tjvn iHimncA Tnrt rtnv A. Beach. Metro
politan Lodge, New York city: Claude John
son, Grlce Lodge. Portsmouth. Va.- Josnh V.
Snow. Vandalla Lodge, Norfolk. Va.: William
Stoll. Polar Txidge, New York: Edward J.
Ok. Philadelphia I-odge. of this city. Tho
visiting brothers and candidates were proline
In their praise of tho work of the degree staff,
several statins that tho work could hardly
have been done better. This, of course,
rleased Degree Master TV Siegmann, who Is
worthv of praise, not onlv for this ceremony
specially, but for his constant effort to make
his staff one of tho best Tho lodge hns flvo
applications for next month with prospect of
flvo more. Big preparations have been mado
for the TOth anniversary tonight.
An enthusiastic gathering assembled In tho
halt of Ivy Lodgo last Monday evening nn
the occasion of their famous social nlghtr
Mora than 100 members and a number of
visitors enjoyed the evening. The organlz-i-tlon
of tha "Ivy Workers" was completed,
and nearly 70 members- signed the roll and
pledged themselves ,tn be present at at least
ono meeting each month and take part In Iho
work. The fnllnwlnc n'flrers were eletcd:
Joseph F. Calhoun., president; A. II. Wilson,
vice president: William Moyer. secretary,
Joseph L. 8tlncer. treasurer. After the elec
tion of officers, sneeches were madn hv vari
ous members and visitors. A special song
sheet was distributed, containing pongs written
for tho occasion bv members of the lodge:
"Come Bsck to Ivy" and "It's Not so Far to
Go- to Ivy," by S. S. Bowen- "Rally Pong for
jntB," by Qeorio Hill, "Song of the Ivy
workers." by TV G. Johnson. Among the
visitors present wee TVIlllnm O Kennedy of
Btella Lodge No. 123. Carleton Place, Ontario,
Cansda: C. I. Taylor, of Talumet Lodge,
Blngharaton. N. Y.. and members from Min
erva. Mille. Henry Blsston, Keorsarge and
other lodges. A supper was served. Next
Monday evening the initiatory degree will bo
con'erred. On Sunday this lodge Joins those
of tha Tenth district In services at tho
Ornhans Home. ...
Bernard Brown Lodge has formed a degree
team, and some good work will be seen In
tho near future. P. Q, A, Weiss being degree
master. On next Tuesday night the Initiatory
degree -will be conferred on five candidates.
Divine services at the Orphans' Home next
Sunday will ba conducted under the auinlces
of the Tenth District Association of Iodea.
composed of Heneosls, Adelphon, Evening
Ptar. Minerva, Cyprus E&icamnment. Venable
Encampment, Kentlerton. Ivy, Nlcetown. Lady
Meade and Lady Bever Bebekah. The com-
rnittsa acting lor the day consists of w. H.
,van,rr. ni nirnnwa uiv. (.nn rmj. n . .: w
Vogenberr. Jleneosls. Adelphon; w, A. Bets-
aid, Kveninr Star; Alfred Bundn. Minerva:
A. n. TVannoD, Kenderton; George Hill Ivy!
Leslie Calkins. Nlcetown; Charles Myers,
Cyprus Encampment: Oeonrs Bergert. Venable
Encampments Mrs. U Kltcbenrnan, Lady
Aieeme, airs. a-ii uvisicr. i-aar lievere.
There Will ba an Interesting program In which
tha children and the Junior C. E. Orchestra
take part. District Deputy Weaver presides
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and innkes an address, President Hichardion
glv nn attractive talk and tho Hev. W. it.
Grecmvay, . pastor of Gaston Presbyterian
Church and member of Uy Lodge, will givo
an "Object Talk " Four little girls will pre
se'it "The Three Lprsotn." with emblems and
with an Instrumental duet, recitations nnd
singing, nnd a pleasant afternon will be spent
by all members of the order who care to be
Improved Order Bed Men
On tho sleep t.t tha 2Mh. tho committee in
arrange the ticket for State offlcerB, met In
the offices of tho Great Council nnd arranged
(he foltowlnc ticket for nom
ination: Samuel II. Walker,
No :il, great sachem: John
M. Coombe, No. 1.11, great
senior stgninore; Charles H.
Pass, No. ill, great prophet;
. huius W. j,nngi, No. ft-ll;
fnniutl F i:hly, No. (VI;
i (-- men Nn, HSU
It. O. Tord, No. 304; John T.
lij, ..o. ,,u, a. u. ues
wlek. No. 4ri, great Junior tngamoro, ltlch
ard K. Tongue, No. 11,1, John tX Poore, No.
SM; John C. Cornish, No. :iu, Charles Hhafer,
No. aiO. Joseph Farley, No. 328; II, O. Ilurt
nctt. No. Ill, Jehu lJmslcy, No. 72; Charles 11,
1'oj.s, No. ill, Charles T. Uavls, No. MU, great
representatives The election for theso great
chle a will tuko place tho last council sleep In
ltodmnnshlp in South Philadelphia is speedily
nciiulrlng a prominent place In tratcrnlty mat
ters, due to the active work of tho Dakolah
Association. This organization, tho outgrowth
of the great demonstration of tho Bed Men
last June, la composed of representatives from
U trILes embraced In the 1st nnd 4th districts.
Monthly meetings aro held with one or the
other of tho trlbrs, at which mutters of Inter
est to tho order In that section ure discusspd
ami nctlvu work planned. Tlielr last meeting
was lictd on Januarv in. at tho wigwam of
Yun We Ya Tribe, No. 411, and was regnrded
by those In attendance ns one of the must In
teresting et held, In addition to tho presenro
of a inr-ro crowd of No. 4's members the re
H'cctlve tribes wcro well represented and the
wigwam was comfortably nileil. Tho grout
chlcrs were represented by O. S. S Samuel
Walker, who was Accompanied bv Doctor lies
wlrk, candidate for gtrnt Junior. Both brothers
pniueipnteu in tne deliberations, ana in a re
markably spirited manner olTered words ol wis
dom to tho assembled Bed Men. P G. S Doc
tor I nrlei nlto gave one or ills talks, nnd De
gno Mnster Stevens whs tlieie with woids of
cluir and encourniipnitrit for lis part of tho
work. Ho bus called tho degree team to as
pcmldc lor next rohennal nt a wigwam, 7111
Wl.arton street, tonight After a talkfcst, par
ticipated In by Brothers Clark, Kcin. Jlcl'ar
Inim. Sutton, Iltissrll, Sweeny, Hurts nnd
others, tlie horpltnlltles of tho evening wire
t.t.ndcd to No 411, and cnJoed by tho entire
npemliy. Tho next meeting of tho nsJocla
tlTn will bo held at the wigwam of Sioux
Tilbe, Nn S7, on the thlril Thursday In Febru
arv. The oungcr members or Sioux aro form
ing a mandolin club. It nil helps.
Hepnnnn Tribe held one of the largest meet
ings In the history of Itedmnnshlp i.n last
Thursday's sleep. It was the oc.aslon or a
visit lo llepnnna Tribe by Pautaxet Tribe and
Sdo-'tu Tribe, the meeting room being crowded
by the members of theso three tribes, nnd also
ni oilier trihes. Long talks were given by
Great Prophet Blchnrd Tongue, Great Senior
.Sagnmore Samuel V alkcr. Great Keeper of
lteiords Thomoj K. Unnnallcy, Past Great
Sachems John K. Poore. Doctor northern and
many other. Among tho tribes repre,cnted
weie Pautaxet Seloctn. Lcnnl Lenape, Hla
wntln. Poncmnh. Navajo. Minnehaha, Gawnn-
re, Mingo. Seegwum. Plmns, Huh, I'equod,
lretenta, loka nnd Wlncohocken Corn nnd
enlon were served bv the Jollification nnd
Visitation Committee, but the main feature
at tho ineetlns was the evpllent selections
wlhch were pinned by the full br iss band of
Hipnnna T'rlhe, and also tho so'os plaed bv
the hrnsi hand's ntiartet, compovd of Brothers
Th"ei, Whlteley. Henirh and Smith Deputy
(7ieat Sarhem Montleth, of llepnnna Tribe,
vwis so filled with Joyful emotion thnt when
culled upon for an address, he wan barnl alls
to lespoml. Hepanna's hrnr-s band is torn
posed entirely of members or the tribe, nnl
they certainly are the one gieat leature. llep
nrna Tribe hns token a new lease of life. Tho
team work Is a piensure, and the raising team
nro getting In condition to perform their duties
In raising the chiefs of tho tribe in Dublin,
Pa , In tho near futi.re.
Osage vTrlbe will give ono of the mort ex
pensive musicals ever given at their wigwam,
Broad and Cothnrlno streets, on February .1.
An Invitation has been sent everv one or tho
JT00 members of the tribe. Twentv-ono ap
plicants hnve suecemfully passed the tribe's
plivslclan and wcro ndmitted on Wednesday's
hlepp. The tribe members are using every ef
fort to double the membership by each mem
ber bringing In a paleface.
Wlnnepurkett Trlb had tho pleasure of en
tertaining a good-sired audience on the sleep
of th 11.1th sun, nt the 10th anniversary of the
tribe's existence. Great credit' Is to tie given
the Entertainment Committee for their untir
ing efforts, securing porno of the best talent In
the city. Near the close of the evening, Grent
Senior Sagamore Samuel H. Walker, who is
known as the "Billy" Sunday of Itedmnnshlp.
was called upon for nn address and responded
by giving, with his usual force nnd vigor, a
long talk on "Happiness Acquired Not
Bought " which made cnpllves of his audi
ence. The tribe has set aside the last sleep
of next moon as "New Member Night" In re
sponse to the wishes of the great sachem, and
each brother Is urged to capture at least one
On the sleep of the 21st sun the chief's de
greo was conferred upon a paleface, and the
work was done in n manner credltahle to the
team of No. 341. Teocco has Joined tho allied
association of tribes In West Philadelphia, and
It is hoped that the members will turn out to
their meetings so as to get In closer touch
with their fellow Itedmen.
Teocco Trlbo will attend church services, at
2Sth and Thompson streets, on Sunday evening
next, nnd request that all other brothers who
live In thnt nelghhrohood turn out to make the
attendance a large one.
Tuskawllla Tribe, No. 4, was highly honored
on the sleep of the 21st sun, by the presence
of Deputy Great Sachem P. S. TV.- Warner, who
spoke in nn entertaining manner, and tho
mrmbers gave him a hearty welcome. H. S.
Robert Bramble proposed two ' palefaces.
Captuln Johmon made rii instructive address
en the history of the order and P. S. 13 B.
Greenwood trailed from Morton, Pa., and re
sponded. P. S G. Rela, Chief Haymaker, no
tified the members that the Haymakers would
hold their regular meeting on the sleep of the
28th sun. Degree Master P. S. G D. Craig
has plenty of good material for a degree team
while Tuskawllla Is having a boom,
Tonguwa Tribe, meeting at 0th and Venango
streets every Thursday evening, Is in a pros
perous cordltlon. The trlbo Is working on a
revision of Its bylaws for last reading and ac
tion on February 4. It Is Important that overy
member be present. A smoker will be given
tonight, which the committee promises to maka
Tha first ladles' night of the Mohave Tribe
was a great success, over 100 persons enjoying
a good program
Tha Funeral Benefit Reimbursing Association
tias received official notice, through its attor
ney, Alexander M. De Haven, that the courts
of Philadelphia County had granted the appli
cation for the Incorporation of the association.
Tho allied association and degree team held
a practice meetinr at the wigwam of Mlnonk
Tribe on January --'. over ICO being present I
winnipiseoree Tribe naa organized a degree
team and will be pleased to do the degree work
for sister tribes.
The Bed Men's noma Corporation Is pros
perlng. Twenty residents are now acoom
modated In the houst.
TVawatam Tribe ana Yuba Tribe have been
admitted to membership In tha Home Corpora
tion, making 28 tribes enrolled.
On the sleep of tha Mth a district meeting
wis held In the council chamber of Black
Ilawtr Tribe, No. 20. soma of the great chiefs
and the deputy of tha district being present,
Ontwe llonvve Tribe celebrated Its anniver
sary on the sleep of tha 27th. Great Senior
Bagaxnor Samuel If. Walker and Great Chief
of llecords Thomas 1C Doanalley were present.
Of ru tm with
lS. 7s-T' ah AMAZONIA rmMi SNAKeASAAUcH S m W ' '- Iv " lf$ 1
iZT?&mfr'r - tna i ... Kinnsn vWJ-liJ At poieea his nose v Wv
Great Prophet lllchard IX Tongue and Great
Chief of Iltrnrdj Thomas K, Donnalley will
trail to tho council chamber of Wyanoke Tribe,
of Kcnnctt Square, on the sleep of today a aun.
Patriotic Sons of America
A meeting was called In the room of Camp
291, at 1.116 Columbia avenue, f6r the purpose
of organizing tho various camps of tha 3d
llttf.t Itiln mi nsttnMrttlon In
be known ns District Assocla-
lon No. .1. urotner vv. u, i
llstrlct president, called the
netting to uruer, and appointed
lirothor Fnlkenstcln, of Camp
iM, vlco president, and Brother
N M. Grafton, of Lamp 4C0,
secretary nnd treasurer. Vari
ous resolutions were adopted
that would be of hencM to
Ihn nn.rr District No .1
wilt try to get reservations tor iho "Billy"
Sunday meetings lor a night In February, no
tice lo bo given later. Diptrlct No 3 hopes to
turn nut Hhni strong on that night, and will
proceed to tho tabernacle 111 a body. The asso
ciation will Join In tho demonstrations on
February 20. celebtatlng Washington's Bl'th
da, In which all tho i.inips In the c.ty and
vldnliy will tnko a part rho dato for the
next district meeting Is Tuesday, February U,
to bo held at Camp MS, 814 North Broad street.
Brothers of Dl.trlct No 3 pleaso take notice
Tho officer- if Camps 54 anJ 403 were In
stalled In t a imp ruom of No. 31, at Ger
mantnnu n " e nnd Cumberland street, on
January In. tho ceremony was performed liv
tho installing Hart of D.strUt Ne. 11, Past
District President Brother liugar Fori est act
ing as president, who deserves grcatueult lor
tho Impressive manner In which the work wis
performeil. District President Delp, ol District
No 2: District President Welsh, of District No.
11. Past District President 1 orrcst and Treas
urer Hnhn of Cnmp 4ul. made excellent re
marks for Iho good of tho order, mother Wal
ter I.avvtcr. of L'atni. II, sang two iliuo-hon-orcd
hvmns in his usual nblo manner. IJru' ti
er W. J. Wnlmslcy. of No 34, give intelligent
i (citations, nnu Brother F. 8 Naeo. t t-amn
34, pang a Pcnnslvnnla Dutch sung, nil of
which weio heartily enjoved. During the
Biniiker n rising vote of thanks was extended
to the installing stun. Representatives of
lamps 12 and ls" weio welcomed to the largo
The District President Committee of the
Phlladclphla-llucks district held a rousing
inn, tlnrr nt f!nrnii Nn. .l!U. WlSHlnomlrUT. ieil
I out ol 11 camps were leprescnted. Tho Wnya
nil'l .Means cmnmiuee reiioneu iihiu mi i
riingrments had been completed for tho annual
ibantiiiet ol tho district to bo held on 1'obru
ary 27. The stntlellinl reports or the various
rumps were very good, showing that the dis
trict made a gain of 24 In membership ovor
last month. State President It. A. Miller
mide nn inspiring address nn the Incoptlon
of the order, It nlms ami high ideals what
It h.vs accomplished In pioper legislation,
sacrllUee made, what It expectB lo do in tho
future, the duty of every Individual member,
etc. He spoke of consistency and cited that
this organization, with the aid of other palrl
otlc orders, hud legislation pntsed compelling
the reaJinp of nt least ten verses of tho Bible
In the public schools. He asked how many
do that at home, and declared that nn earnest
Chrlftlnn makes the best member of the order.
He spoko of tho It.crcnee in membership anJ
or what tremendous power for good it would
be bv earnest united effort. Brother Knooll,
or ,Ti4 ppoke of the order from n Christian
viewpoint, nnd made a telling point. Ilrother
Neelv. of 3(11. said thit nt olney Presbyterian
Church you can see the button on the hoard
nr "biers, the trustees, Sundnv s'hool officers,
tescliAra and throughout the congregation One
brother of 3114 remnrked that tho members did
not take sufficient interest In the order to
bring their sons Into It, nnd he didn't believe
there vvern three members there who had sons
In the order. Ho was promptly told there
were -Ix nreent In the delegation from Camp
,'livt of Olney, who had between them seven
nn In the cnmp, two of whom were pnst
Kosiono Commandery, No 48, celebrated Its
sixth umitverzur with a banquet January 111,
over 300 incmoeis nnd their ludlca attending.
Songs and speech-making made up what was
pronuunced a most enjoyable evening. John
L. untlno vvus the tua&tinaster, and uddresscs
weio made by Past Stuto President S C
Wells, Nutlunal Cumnmndcr-in-chlef Charles
H. Davis, both of whom uio menibcrs of this
cimmandery. and li. J. Cattell, city statisti
cian kept the large audit iko spellbound. Bev.
Dr. Wllcott, of talloam M. V. Church, alo
spoko. Miss Bates, who came from Heading
for the occasion, entertained with recitations
nnd vocal solos. Keystone Ciwnmnndcry la now
the largest uniformed body Ir tho cummamlery
general, having a membership of lii. Past
rommnndcr-ln-chtef Wlllard C. Cutler, of
Trenton: Senior Vlco Commnnder-in-rhief S. J.
MacGonlgie, Chnpluln-ln-chlcf Walter S.
Smack. Inspector-ln-chlef J. H. Cumberland
nnd povcral offlceis of the order were In at
tendance The conimnnderlca of tho fifth Phil
adelphia district, comprising FVankford, Quaker
(itv. Kensington and Penn Treu'y, hid a re
union In the rooms of Frnnkford. iroi Frank
rnrd avenue. Januarv 22 Commander-in-chief
ChnrlcB H. Davis and staff werp Present
Cnmp No. Bis, at 4207 Mnrket street, had Its
officers installed as follows, tho ceremonlej
being conducted by the sixth district president.
Howard S. elkcr, assisted by Bussolt Sloan,
of Camp 300- Jnmes O. Heywood past presi
dent: Charles H Welsgerber. president; C, L.
Heberle, vice president: George IV. Mulllson,
master of forms; II. D. Greene, conductor; It.
C. Eckman, Inspector William Hroadbent.
guard: W. H. Mitchell, financial secretary:
'Alfred O. Glthens. recording secretary; Man
uel Iloscoe. assistant recording secretary:
Harry Blackburn, treasurer: William C.
S'oan chaplain, William Sturges nnd Joseph
Blackburn, sentries: Samuel S'urgos George
Starr nnd James G. Heywood. trustees.
Tho Boosters' Association of the 1 O. of A.
met January 1H with Camp S3 at Watts Hall,
17U.I North 20th street. They are making
preparations for the largest class Initiation
ever held by the order, to bo held In the early
spring. Already boveral camps have pledged
3i candidates. It Is hoped tluit each camp of
tho order will do its share to make tho class
Initiation a di elded success. There will bo
prizes awarded, and eager competition is ex
pected. As tho P. O. of A. is tho only
recognized auxiliary of the Patriotic Order
Sons of America, they look forwanl for many
propositions through the solicitations of the
memocrs Ol itiui uiuoi, 41 ue.-ic-iini.iun jruiu
e amp Sli visited their brother Camp 555 January
10 at Sit North Broad street, and a veiy ele
llghtful evening was enjojetl by all prttont.
The ladles were welcomed with much enthu
siasm. The sister camp was introduced to tho
new members of r3, and the result was the
pledgo of help from the entire camp, which
brought forth propositions for No. N, Both
camps aro looking forward to the next visita
tion between the two camps In the near future.
This camp has Installed the folovvlng ofilcers:
Mnrgaretta G Fox, president, Elizabeth Gal
brulth, vlco president, Allle U. Clokey, assist
ant vice picsldent; Georgo L. FalkenBteln. as
sistant conductor; Ida Strode, treasurer; W. J.
Strode, recording secretary; 11 A. Aldon, finan
cial rocretan ; Ida Strode, chaplain, Mary Van
aclver and Allle B. Clokey. trustees.
Foresters of America
The 25th anniversary of tho Institution of
Court Federal, No.- U0, was celebrated on
January IS, at Broad and FederM streets, by
an entertainment and ban
quet which was a success in
numbers and merit. The
financial secretsry. Brother
William J. 'MoKee. read his
ltioth quarterly teport, show
ing that the court has 18.1
members on tht roll, 114,000
In Its treasury, and has ex
pended over (18,000 for slak
and funeral btnefits during
the quarter of a century ol
Its existence. During tha
evening a larr number of officers and past
officers were ths recipients of presents of
various kinds for services rendered to the
court, among thsm being a handsome chair
Presented to Chief Hanger John S, Duffy, a
ountaln rn given to Treasurer John C.
Bchrelber. and sliver spoons received by Fi
nancial Secretary TVIlllam J McICee, Physi
cian John 8. Pearson and Apothecary George
B. Schaehle. the three brothers last named
having served continuously In their respec
this orie op mimc is a fou-bwodcd jfweUcoMepAcrfiiO HZm Jl HH I-
I SNWe! A borh FioHTeR.osN uicrc ti snaics! ionlvhao L lf2 ' mmSMs&m JSS5EM a0W$ I
ArSYSNTHATCOHVy m rZZZoZf fB 1 fe J FMm? Jr
tive positions sine, th Institution of the
court, all of them being charter members.
The committee In charge of the celebration
ivaa composed of Chairman George P Bchechle,
William J. McKee. John C, S hreiber, James
Miles. Ittidolph TJIrleh, John B Slmrson and
Frank Johnson, and among others present nnd
taking part In the exercises were Brothers A.
C. Holland and J. R, Bchechle, M, D.i In adll
tlon to the following .Invited guests! Grand
Chief Banger Michael J. Seymour, Deputy
Oian.l Chief Banger Stuart V. IlunkIP, M, D..
an 1 Grand Secretary Bobert Comber, The past
achievements, prcrent condition and future
prospects of the court were the subject of
fnvornblo commont by numerous speakers nnd
nil present united In expressing pood wishes
ror tho future procperlty and welfare of tho
..Court Hamilton Is In he complimented on
thi Visit of Deputy Bubremo Chief Bangor
Lnwrcnco J. .Pilot, who, assisted by I. G 15.
It. Vt llllnm J. Klessllng, of Court West Park,
Installed the following officer! Charles Mc
Cren, pat chief rangeri D Greenwnlt. chief
Mngcri Joseph .1. Dovle. sub chief ranger;
James J Noon, finnnuul pperelnry; Jomis n.
t.uttrell, treasurer; A, II. Glttlngs, rppvr.llng
secretary: ,loeph White, senior woodward.
William McGulre. Junior woodwnnl. I". W.
Hnhn. pernor beadle, W. Goslln. Junior
tradlp. W II. Wllllnms. trustee; F. J.
Coiighlln. lecturers A. N, Tomlln, doctor. A.
S Wlckhnm. druggist. The court hns offered
prizes for now members, Brother Pilot of
fered n cold button nnd Brother Mtigpe of
Court Schuylkill, offered a useful prl7G lor
the rlilif rnr.ger to compete. Brothers ICIess
llrg, Fntey nnd Noon made suggestions of
what they (bought would be beneficial to Iho
court nnd order. Brothers Pilot nnd Kless
llng wcro given n rising vote of ttunks for
the nliln manner In which Iho Installation
ceremonies wore conducted. Tha latchstrlng
Ib out for more visitors
riirt .Inbn Pant .tnnna liM sn Interesting
meeting last Friday evening. C. B. Claude
bulth presiding, nsslrted by ilrother Mc
Fadden ns sub chief ranger. Tho degree) team
cunrrrrod tho degrees on candidates Welgner
and Shubert. Among those who spoko on the
pood of the order were Hornco T Beers,
llnrrv Goodman, John Kellv and many others
The banquet commltteo reeiursted members to
npplv nt once to tho commltteo In ortler to
iix tho luinibpr or plates nt tables. Past C. II.
Max Uild is convalescent nnd exports to at
tend the. meeting tomorrow.
Chief Banger TVIlllnm It. Street, of Court
Schuylkill bus appointed a campilgn commlt
teo 10 further the candidacy or Dr. Walter J.
Dulv, of this court, who will bo nominated
fur grand tirnsurer nt the next euaud court
convention eighteen of the twenty-nno mem
bers of the rnmiiiltlec are past chief tamers.
Judging by tho attendance nt tho meetings
since New Year's, when the o' fleers vy 111 in
stalled br D. S, C. It. Mwronco Pilot, of
Court Passyunk, his niincal to tno muuibers
to assist the officers has not beejn In van.
The court meets on Tuesday evening nt .utn
a.id Curlton streets.
Tho Combination Excursion Committee held
Its initial meeting of the car nt tourt '1 lion ns
B. Heed, January 15, and Horn the earserncss
which tlie delegates from tho various courta
dlsplajed. the HUB excursion will , culpm nil
... in,, B Kflnrts 'rho commltteo has not yet
decided where tho outing shall be, but that will
piobably bo sottled ut tho meeting tonight, at
court Olive Ursnch, Hepvlva and Norrls streets.
Any court may enter and no entrance fey H
reuuired. Fvery court entering Is entitled Jo
three delegates, and the meetings are open to
Cuurt Semour's physician, Dr. C. II. Mc
Dcvitt, ha repeated his oiTcr of $1 to mem
bers for each candidate initiated during the
next six months. This, with tho previous of
fer of the court, makes a bonus of J2 lor each
candlelnto. During tho last three months the
court had the unusual otperienco of paying a
tola! of only fl5 for sick benefits, and no death
Court Amerlcus held Its smoker and musicaie
lest Friday evening, and It won a flno Jjulr,
Brother Samuel A. Boss. nlw"'?. e"1'1""1?,3', c.
In good and welfare, presided. The Amerlcus
String Band, together with Brothers Allan II.
Whltikcr. John Johnston and Harry Graham,
contributed much to tho pleasure of the even
ing. A Fltrrlng addrcta was delivered by Past
Grand Chief lunger Charles P. Bradley on
the nppMcatlon of the Golden Bulo In the con
duct of everyday affairs. Supper vvas served.
Th" next event will eomo on February 10
Court Amerlcus has a membership of JH4 ai id
assets of f554, and Is one of the beacon lights
Court Glenwood'a Degree Team Asioclatlon
have elected tho following officers- Joseph
Tressel. captain: Leonard Jackson, chlpf
innger, Charles Yaeger, subchler ranger; S
Mcsure J. P. C. ranger: John Wlckcrt, lec
turer; Otto Stompler, senior woodward; I.d
ward Bcmpher. Junior woodward: John K
Tresfel, captain of Indians, William Head.
Junior good samorltan; Joseph Trcascl, cap
tain of guards: John Both, scrgcint or guards;
1 Cramer, corporal of guards: Klwood eaucr
wold, E. ICnauth, Kel. Dobrlck, Jr., Joseph
Wngner, F. Preso, Ixnlls Messing, William
Newmelstor, Christian Noller, Jr., guards. De
gree Teim Association ofilcers nro Jacob
f-nuerwald, chairman; Dlwood Snuerwald. sub.
chairman, Samuel Mcsure, secretary; William
Nlehsrdt Sr , treasurer. The next meeting
will be held on tho third Tuesday of February.
Tim next drill will bo held next Sunday nt 2
p. m nofreshments will bo served. Court
Glenwood held a smoker on Tuesday evening.
Court Mt. Pleasant held Its sixth nnnl
versarv at MID Mnrket street, January 20.
The hall was decorated with flags, bunting nnd
Chinese lanterns Members nnd visitors wero
delighted. One randtdnte was Initiated. A sup
ppr was provided, which Included n birthday
"alee with six candles, a present from Mrs.
Ilobcrt F.dwnrd. AddresrcB wero made bv Su
preme Trustee John P Donahue. Past Grand
Chief Banger Charles P Bradlev, Grand Trus
leo Hnrrv Young, Deputy Joseph J. Kellv. I'.
C. n. William Pearson nnd I'. S. B. William
i: Learning. Financial Secretary Bobert I7d
ward reviewed tho vear's work and tho court's
etendv progress and recited one of h's original
pnems on the duty of mombcrs to their court,
which wes a literary treat and heartily en
Joyed. Brother Charles P. Bradley presented,
on behalf of the court, a framed P. C. B
certificate to Brother John Do Autrnkey, tho
court's treasurer, who fittingly acknowledged
Court Phil Sheridan held Its quarterly smoker
January 22. Two hundred membera wero pres
ent. G. P C. B. Bradley gave a short but
Interesting talk on forestry. An exceptionally
good program wan carried out. P. C. B John
Vandcnberg and William C. Hell, C. R. F.
Koyscr, F. S George Rainhart. Trustee J.
Herre and II. Wuest sprang asurprlse by giving
n mlnrirel Bhow, which vvas hugely en1oed.
It was novel and unexpected to even the chair
man of the Entertainment Commltteo William
C. Hell was Interlocutor and G. Belnhart, F.
Kevser and B. Wuest nnd John Vandenberg
rendered solos. Tho hit of tho evening was
the vocal soloe by John Herre The Ihitcrtaln
ment Commltlfe tendered a rising voto of
thanks to tho minstrel troupo for Its splendid
Court Pelham celebrated its eighteenth annl
versiry January 18 at Mnennerchor Hall, Ger
mnntnwn avenue nbove Price street, With a
banquet nnd dance, which waa hugely enjoyed
by a large number of the members and their
ladles, among them being Brothers James V,
Dougherty, Edward J. Crolce and James Huf
(lnston. Jr. Order United American Mechanics
Monday evening last opened the contest for
honors between tho degree teams of Marlln
Council, No. 20, and John 17. Armstrong Coun
cil, No. 130, In the council
room of No. 130. Over BOO
members of the order wero
present, representing nearly
every council in the eastern
district. A large class of
candidates were present for
Initiation and tho degree
team of John It Marlln Coun
cil was In excellent trim.
Many new features were Introduced which wore
effective and pleasing. Tha members of the
team were as IoIIowb: Junior past councilor,
John TV. B. Gray; councilor and dgeree mas
ter, Henry Wellenmann; vice councilor, Jo
seph Ferguson; chaplain, Monroe 17. Volgts
bereer; conductor, Elmer Cross; warden, Will
lam Lewis; Inside sentinel, John F. Rue, Jr. I
outside sentinel, Frederick Holgate; captain
of the guard, Walter Young; tribunal, Henry
Wellenmann, John O. Wilson, William Gray,
Clifford Shlnn and Isaac K. Stead; pianist,
Llnford 6. Walters. The Judges of the con
test are national secretary, Martin M. Woods;
State treasurer, Charles Kaufmann and Vai
D. Martin. The degree work waa followed by
Interesting remarks by National Secretary
Martin M. Woods; Stats Vice Council S. O.
Scottl Btata Secretary Charles II. Hall; State
Treasurer Charles Kaufmann: National Repre
sentative R, A. Maglll; Past filato Councilor
NOT ONLY THAT, LUKE WARM WILL HAVE
Thomas It. Walters, Brothers Val. D. MAr
tln, David II. Thompson, Henry TVellefimann
ami William Plercy. Past National, Represen
tative 17. E. Leatherman, on behalf of Arm
strong Council, presented Marlln Council wlln
a pair of silver mounted gavels, which were
received by the councilor of Marlln Council,
Joseh II, Ferguson. Cigars and refreshments
closed a very enjoyable evening, Armstrong
Council's team wll close the contest this even
ing In the hall of Marlln Council, corner of
Bth and Huntingdon streets
Benjamin Harrison Council will present a
silk American flog lo tho Woodland Avenue
United Presbyterian Church, corner 08th and
street and Woodland avenue, on Sunday eve
ning next. Tho nog will bo presented on be
half of the council, by Frederick J. 8hoer, and
received by Rev. It. K. Galloway. An Inter
esting program has been arranged nnd all
members of tho order are invited.
Tlie Past Councilors nnd Willing Workers'
Association of Iho eastern district will hold Its
quarterly business meeting on Saturday eve
ning next In tha office of tho State Council
727 Stephen Olrard Building. The Visitation
meetings of the association for February aro
SB follows. Colonel Fred Taylor Council, tur
ner Amber and Norrla streets, Tuesday eve
ning, February 0; Benjamin I'ranklln Council.
27S South B2d street, Friday evening, hob
Inne Council presented a hand'onio silk
American flag to the Presbyicrlan Church pf
Llnncreh on Sunday evening Jnnunry 21. In
splto of the bad weather, tho seating capacity
of the church was taxed to Its fullest ton
thoroughly patriotic audience. About Mil
mcmberB of lone Council nnd visiting conncllJ
wero In a-tendnnce. Thn program Included a
solo by Mlra Corlnne B. Lobb, which wn;
beautifully rendered. Tlie flag wns presented
by state Secretary Onrlcs II. llnll and nc-
ncTilo.1 bv fh naalnt llflv. P R Illcbardpon.
Colonel Horace D. Gnw spoke cntliiislnstlrnllv
in iiih iiiu vt-'iiirni 111 tinnt'ii liiih iiiii'.i.,," .,..,-
to churches, staling th.it It wns the ambition
of his life to see tho Stars and Stripes way
Imr from tho pulpit of every church In Penn
sylvania. Stephen Olrard Council, tho bnhy council of
Philadelphia, pnirl n fraternal visit to John It.
Marlln Council on January 21. Th" visitors
nrrlved In 14 automobiles amid rednre dis
play Thev nlsn brought nlong M rnndldntes,
who wero Initiated Into the mvslerles nr tho
order by tb crack degrco team of Marlln
Council. There wero mnro than 200 members
present, nnd It wns n wonderful meeting
Stephen Glrnrd Council served notice nn Marlln
Council tint thev were going to tm the largest
council In tho State of Pennsylvania, nnl
Issued a challenge
Marlln Council Is planning a large class Ini
tiation for tho rnrlv pirt or 'April, and fully
expects to get 13n candidates
Gcnernl Grant Council, of Norrtstnwn, will
(have a largo class initiation on April I). The
degreo team from Spring Cltv Council will put
on tre work. Deputv State Councilor A,
Hunter InBtalled tho officers for Grant council
January 20. Past Stato Coun-llor Walters
and District II. Wcllcnmnnn addressed tho
Order Independent Americans
State Councilor Frank L. Thomn end State
Council Secretary William A. Pike wero pres
ent at the hearing upon the Burnett restric
tive immigration bill held by
President Wilson In Wash
ington on Friday last. Secre
tary Plko save: "Tile bill
has many splendid restrlctlvo
fe.ituros to keep out unde
sirable Immigrants. Eight
out or nlno members of tho
Immigration Commission, who
expended Si, 001,000, after five
veois' research and lllod a
report of 42 volumes, round
'that tho roadlng nnd writ
ing test Is the mo6t feasible singto method of
rcsirlcting undesirable Immigration.' Also,
'that Illiteracy among Immigrants accounted
for ln reused mlno explosions. Increased in
dustrial n 'eldents, lower standards of living,
lower wages, longer hours, worse sanitation
und Increase In pauperism, lunacy nnl crime.
Almost ;iT per cent, or tne immigrants move
14 5 ears or ace v ho enmo In this co'tntry
rnnnot read and write.' Philander C Claxton.
United States Commissioner of Education,
says 'Illlterncy Is costing this country sumo
thing like $ 100,000,000 a yenr. to sav nothing
of its menace to lepresenlotive government.'
He nlso sajs- 'There are nearly B.coo.cO'i ndult
Illiterates In tho United estates. They cannot
bo reached by our public schools or night
' Illiteracy among adults Is on the Increase,
caused mainly by tho admission of 400.W0
additional adult Illiterate Immigrants each
year. Wo compel our boys and girls to be
come educated Whv do we allow ignorant
foreigners to land upon our shores? Education
Is the basic principle upon whl h the Intelli
gent administration 01 a government Is based
nnd upon which tho improved condition and
hotteiment of its peoplo depend. This order
believes In the Illiteracy teat.
The State officers will pretcnt to Wharton
Council on Fchruary 10 n llag for having tho
greatest gain In membership In the Eastern
district for the pact venr. the council having
a gain of more than so per cent.? At tho
same time medals mm Hie State council will
be presented to all members who brought in
eeven or more new members elurlng the 'ear
Tho list of speakers and prize-winners will be
published prior to tho orcliion At tho last
meeting the resignation of Councilor-elect n
1. MacAnally was received nnd nccepted with
regrets. New election an I Installation of offi
cers hy Past Councilor J D. Bemelltor remillcd
ns follows- W. E. Clark councilor; It Crots,
vlco councilor, T W. Woodcock, nsslstant
Fourth Estoto Council, No. 170, Is making ar
rangements for a donation party early In April.
Part of tho proceeds will be given to the base
ball team, which will be under tho manage
ment of Brother James Jobe, who made such
a success of It last jenr. At the Inst meeting
Brothers J. II. Byram. Harry Goettel nnd Clar
ence Harvey wero welcomed. Tho Northwest
Quoit League Is progressing nicely the Will
Ism McKlnley Council In the lead, having won
21 games and lost 5 Tho next gamo at
Fourth Estate will bo Janury 28, with Amer
Fraternal Patriotic Americans
The following nppointments have been made
hy Gustav Frless, councilor of Loyal Coun
cil, 2Cth and Columbia avenue: L. J. Herre,
fhnlrman: William TVhlto.TheO-
dorc O. Schwartz, U. II. Belff,
William ltlnnkeiihorn, Samuol
Rose, Jr., WillUm J. Bubeck,
Wavs nnd Meana Commltteo;
Theodora o. Schwartz, William
White, D. James Lambert,
Pre-Bs Commltteo; Parker Mc
MuBter. Walter Brown, William
Whitn. Ikischjll Committee: U.
II. Relff, delinquent collector. Acting upon tho
recommendation of the commltteo appointed to
uccuro a pmsicni examiner, ur. 11. iiunter j-011,
n member of the council, wbb selected to act
In that capacity. Karl Goessler, Adolph
Itothenhofer and Frank Meyers will present
themselves for Initiation at Lu J.u Temple,
along with a large number of other candidates
from Lojnl Council.
P. G. Brother Christian Fllberg Is respon
sible for the formation of a Past Councilors'
Association, which will no doubt be tho means
of awakening interest In the older members
eligible to admission.
Integrity Council Ib working hard to have nt
least 2.1 candidates for that class initiation nt
Lu Lu Tc'mple on February 22. Following aro
ths officers for tho ensuing term. John G.
Kurtz, councilor; Kenneth 1. Johnston, vlco
councilor; Thomas Hartzke, recording secre
tary; Edward Anderson, assistant recording
secretary; TVIlllam. U. Owens, financial secre
tary; Bobert Turner, treasurer; John L Price,
warden; Charles McMahon, conductor; TtiomaB
1. Proctor. Inside sentinel; Theodore II. Gor
don, outside sentinel, Joteph W. Price, chap
lain; Charles MoMahon, pianist; Fayette E.
Slnex, Jr.. past councilor. Robert G. Holllngs
worth, represntatlve to F. 11. A.: Joseph W.
Price, alternate to State Council: FiancU
Alrey, Caleb W. Morrow and Wlllam D. Coul
ter trustees. Initiations are held the first and
third Thursday evenings of tho month at Odd
Fellows' Hall, Broad and Federal streets. Vis
itors are always welcome.
State Vice Councilor William II. Shentman
attended the White House meeting in Wash
ington last Friday, to ure upon President
Wilson ths wisdom of signing tho Burnett Im
Fidelity Council, No. 21, of Bristol, last Bun
day afternoon presented to the Union Church,
of Newportvlllo, a silk national flag for tho
altar The same council will present a flag
to the Methodist Episcopal Church at Tully-
town next Bunaay evening. Members will
leave en trolley from Bristol at 7 30 p. re 1 The
State vice councilor was selected to present
both flags In behalf of the council.
A tares meeting of V-trieus deputies and
members In conjunction with 8, C, Secretary
Georgo & rord and- State Vice Councilor
Sh?ifman was held last Monr nln g at
Pmnvrnr.i munr... No. 17(1. flrdcn Mc
KeMy, of h K I ern Penitentiary, rtfllvered
an Intert-sllns address on American life and
A Union meeting was held at Etsr of the
ttnlt.n council, No. 77, Broad and Moore
st?eets, last Tuesday evening, where there was
a largo attendance of deputies, tncmber. and
Secretary of F. M. A. Charles U Cndwallader
and Slate Vice Councilor Shcneman.
An onlclni visitation of the State vice ooun
ele?. accompanied hy the deputies and mem
bers of various cniincl s, will bo mado to Ivy
Council, No 18, 1004 North 20th street, to
morrow evening. All members are requested
"d "tlentl tho various visitations Iheio is
olnuis something Rood to be heard.
The second rehearsal of tho general clans
initiation earn will bo held at Frnnkrord
KAISER EATS SPARINGLY
TO TEACH FRUGALITY
Imperial Household Bars All Kinds
COrnNIIAGnN, Jan. 23. -The Kaiser
anei Kalscrln nro cuttlnp; down tho ex
penses of tho Imperial household ana
tcnlilnc tho German peoplo a lesson In
frtmnllty. Tho standard of meals at
court appears to bo no higher than that
of many pilvato families in tho TVc6t
Und of llerlln. This, nt any rato, Is
the statement published in tho Gorman
tippers nnd given out omdally.
Tho Kaiser's breakfast, when he cats
It In Berlin, Is Blinple, consisting of an
oRff, tea or coffoo and war bread. Soup
Is Berveel at 1 o'clock, and this Is fol
lowed by a plate of meat or vegetables,
but nothlnff else. Tho evonln? met'
Is less frugal. Potatoes aro served in
their skins, which nio also eaten, bi
tho Voaslecho ZolttliiR, and tho Kaiser
permits both meat and vegetables to
bo taken at this meal. Tho Kalscrln's
cliolco Is generally a sllco of cold meat.
Hoth at tho front nnd in tho palnco
In Herlln the Knlscr lives with Spartan
simplicity. His cholco is restricted to
thick soup, containing chopped meat.
Tho Kalserln visits tho kitchen every
day, giving orders and uuperlntendlng tho
Cakes, whipped cream and other lux
uries nro forblddon at court. When the
children of tho Crown l'rlnco and other
members of the lmporlal family aro In?
vltcd to afternoon tea a fow crackers
appear on tho table, and even if -tho
Crown Princess or the Duchess of Bruns
wick Is a guest nt dinner no extra dish
Is added to tho simple menu.
MBS. IeYDIA EnECRA"3r-SICKLER
Mrs. Lydla Mecray-Slckler, wlfo nf Dr
TVIlllam E. Slckler, a Camden physician,
who died Tuesday at the Cooper Hospital,
will bo burled tomorrow from tho homo
of her eldest daughter,' Mrs. Eugcno
Harry Hill, at Maplo Shade. Sho nover
fully recovered from tho effects of a
fractured hip suffered In a fall at hor
Maplo Shndo home some tlmo ago. Mrs
Mecray-Slckler wns the widow of Dr.
Alexander Mecrny before her second mar
riage. For many years Blie was :i resi
dent of Camden and had been active In
tho FlrBt Presbyterian Church. A son
and two daughters survive.
KATHERINE F. SCOLLOW
Miss Kntherlne F. Scollon, for manj
years a teacher of tho James F. Wilson
School, 12th and Wharton streets, dlpd
yesterday at tho home of hor sister, Mrs.
William .T. Doyle, 906 South Uroatl street
Miss Scollon, who was the daughter of
Mrs. Margaiet Scollon and tho lato James
Scollon, was a graduate of tho Girls' High
and Normal Schools and was a member
of the Browning Society. Sho Is also sur
vived by a brother, James J Scollon,
a real estate hroker. The funeral will ho
held from the residence of Mrs. Doyle,
Saturday moinlnii, with sei vices con
ducted nt St. Teresa's Church, Broad and
A. T. HUNTINGTON
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2S. Androw Tyler
Huntington, for 21 years chief of tho
Division of Loans and Currency for tho
Treasury Department, died nt his homo
hero yesterday. He was "3 years old, a
voteran of the Civil War, and had been
connected with tho Treasury Department
for 20 years.
nK.M.r;. On January 20. 101B, at her late
residence, Norwood, Delaware County, Pa.,
I'AItTlIUNIA A , widow of Ilobert bealo,
formerly of Ashbourno, Fa. Due notice of
tho funeral 'will be given.
HISUINfi, On January 20. 1015, ELMinA
U. widow of J. Maurice lllsblng (neo Itob-
-rTR 1-nne.rnl Korvlrna nn !2n !i-.1v a. n
m., at iDOii ucrmnntovvn ave.. Chestnut
1111. Interment private.
I1I.ACK. On Junuarv 20. 101(1, LOTTIE,
wife of Edward 11, Illaek nnd daughter of
Chnrlotto and tho lata TVIlllam Aldrldgo.
Kunerul on Krldny, at - p. m., from, her late
residence, 2074 l!ast Allegheny ave. Inter
ment nt llclvuu Cemetery.
IIM-MUNTIIAI MINNIU DLUMKNTIIAL,
lieu Wallace at.
Hl'CIIANAN. Suddenly, on January 25,
101.1, W-U,LIAlt It. UUCIIANAN. Funeral
un Friday, at 2 p m from 683J Christian st.
Interment Fernwood Cometery.
(,'ASllOUi: On Januarv 20. IMS AltTIItm,
son of TVIlllam and Elizabeth Caahore. Fu
iicral on Saturday, at 7. .to a. m.. from Ills
parents' residence, 1813 C Albert st. Sol
emn Itcqulem Mass at Church of Our I-ady
nf Visitation, at O a. m. Interment at Most
Holy Itedeemer Cemetery.
COTTMAN On January 20, 1018. AMELIA
CfiTTMAN, widow of George V. Cottman.
lteiativcs and friends aro luvlttxl to attend
tho funeral, on Sunday. Januarv 81. nt 1 3d
p. m., from her Ute resldenco, 30-13 Old York
roatl Interment ut Cedar Hill Cemetery.
CONAIIAK Suddenly, on January 23. ill 15,
WILLIAM J. CONAIIAN, husband of Cath
arlno Conahan. Funeral on Saturday, at
B:30 a, m.. from 2S12 Amber St., corner of
Sergeant st. Solemn Ilequlom Mass at ths
Church of the I-ady of Visitation, at 10 a. m.
Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery.
COri.IS. On January 27, 1013, ANN, widow
of Eamuel Coplln. Funeral services on Fri
day, at S p. m. precisely, at the Chapel of
Kirk & Nice. U201 Mala St., German town.
COX. ANNA COX, 3285 Wallace st.
CUUMMKIl On January 20. 1010. at East
Orange. N. J., SAHAH, widow of TVIlllam
Crummer. Funeral services Friday, at 1
p. in., at 7103 N, Jlroad. st., l'hlla. Inter
ment at Femwood Cemetery.
TO MAKE GOOD A PRIZE SNAKE!!!"
I173V1NT.- On January 2rt lets TT" ' -V
, husband of Anme i.DevineinS'FAnrj
Funeral on Saturday, at 8 an. '5 lnii,
8. Front st. Solemn'lllgh Mas? of"2'n a" -at
Church of Our Lady "f 1" 0r?,"?3?'ii i
11 M0 a. m. tiree !- ...ii-.."! yarmei. -i
Cemetery. ' "'""" lr ifroSi
risiinnEuaENB fiSeu, i8 N.nUIa
O.t HNKIt. On January a? tots I'
ItlSON I), UAhNElCb. D , hJi'fl "!
Services will be held on Frld.J ?'.'i 3 ntnl
o'clock, nt the home of his ,J,.ettlni llli
Howland Garner. U20 hi V u IS?" -Pr- .AltwtsV
town, i'a, interment will tales iI .VWM
lowing day at Lewlsburg, K N" 'l-
jiai,iii..;ni. suddenly, at p..i .
on January 2(1. 11.18, JosEPIl,tiana ,
2 iiiir rreci..c.r' inna. m v
Michael and flam, it,i,i.f" n otf
Heights, Delaware Co.. vV tMrKJ SUttai!
funeral will ba
be. given, " of
ji.vii'iiiN on January en 101 ... 4
A. IIAMFTON. I-uncPaY.erVc.1,5! S
iMdenco, IMS 1'arrlsh Vi.'JI !.-hl !;
rnnennUtarprlvCa0eat iM m' rW&
i!., son of tho Into r"fahaV,l8tP.,JSSELt.
Hoffman, In hit Otst year rt.iir,,ar(1 &
frleiifg are Invited to attend the futn!i,M
Friday, January 20, at 2 p m. rciJJJ m
his late residence, 2403 North iT.h.' '""
teiment nt North Cedar lilll Cemiu,."- "
IKl'I'ltAS-On January 23 ln r,n
Jr.FFIlAe. husband of ihft..1?!, JOSEPH
Iras, l'-nnernl on Friday, si 1 1 i i?th.J'ia
vat., Nortii'wood'c'ernetrrV?- '"'eafprC
KoKfI'Ii'f7y.?. 'SBJ." uVnltlc, "t
l.oV,e,'avBe!rC?-ioVr!1.m hw tafi &A
iviisii, un January 20. 1018 iniin
KINO, Fit., husband of the lalrfv ?
King. Funeral services on SaturjiV1 1
1-no p m., r,t 1242 Marlborough 1 l &i ,l
ment Mncno a cemti... '""" . Inttr..
nilAUSnit. On Jnnunry 23. 1013. i,H
widow ofSamueI M. Krause;. iS.ir?JlJ.sf
ices on -riaay, at 2:S0 p. m. at hLSYTW
E?J2?""J 2?.arton t.m-lntVrrn'e,tUI
a- vt ii T iiv"4 vvmrivr "J,
IfsJhK.t;.S,NELUn LDAKINS. U fc,
1 Hlcia It:-MAUT1IA UDD1(3K. 8S Nort."
T.t THS. ANNA LIJTTCS ails 1 i
.TIACK. At his residence at TOTrMdVi. 1
the 20lh inrt., 1MB, JOHN M JtArjr "& J3"!
Chufci . Holmesburg "tuayBSV,o?nff,tol .
10rjO'cloct. Interment St. Dotntai"? mtij
uv'ZxT? January 20, 1013, JOHN pi
husrnne of rrancea L. McCoy. FtYneSl 3
Snturday, nt 8 a. m., from lfl.1 Es.t SJL."
menslng nve. Solemn High Mass otnll
qiilem nt the tThurch of the Sacred Ileartsl
ceme'ler'v- P"1"1"' torment at Ilofei,
Mm vllAN. Suddenly, on January S3, ills'1!
raWAUD 13., husband of Wlablui ui.1
cianan. i.-unerni private, on Friday, it il
o, m rrom 28 nichmond at. Solemn its-Sl
nltleil Vim. i,l l Ann'- ni,....l. " . Vr ll9&
3IIJJ'ie.y-HirKI.r,B. On January 26 mil
LTDIA MECIlVY-SICKLKIl. wife if 0?
TVIIIam 1). Slckler. Funeral services on PrT:
nay, ai 1 ' P. m., at tno residence of Ut
son-in-law, Dugone H. Hill, Mnple Shsdi it
J. Interment private, at Colcstown OeB'
31 1 Itl'lfY On .Tnnnarv ?!t 101s newn-M.'
N.. husband of Mary A. Murphy.' Funeral es i
Friday, at 0 a. m,, from 1642 OrfliTJ
Solemn Itcqulem Maes at Church of deji. it
10 30 a. m. Interment at Old. Cfctiilnil
fam alpv " "
Mltl.t). HIIIAM NIBLO. 4028 Msrk.t .t
I'lI.dKlt. On January 23, 1015, LETTIA.
MAY, wife of George 11. Pilger and damhter
ui -Jli-l,...;,, iuiu iiiu iniq AWUVUCU IOOC1, 111-
neral services on Saturday, at 2 p. m., at 8971
Cedar st. Interment private, at OailvM
I'KESSEIl. On January 20, 1013, CIIAliLKS
C, ton of tho lato Christian and Louisa
Freseer. Funeral services on FrMav. it s
g. m at the parlora of S: P. FrankenBelt
ons. northwest corner 39th nnd Hnrinl- ei
den sts. Interment at Mount Morlah Cems-J
rJ. . j
iti.i . ,. cit amiunij .u, XVlOt CNH1
JlORHlSOiN. widow of Jacob nistlne. Fiineril
on Saturday, at 2 p. m. precisely, from 21
North 30th st. Interment at Mount Moilah
Itlll'SIl. On Jnnunrj- 2ft, 1015. JACOB &,'
husband of Annlo M. Itoueh at hla mi.ii
dence, C22 Douglas Ft Funeral services on!
Friday, at 1 p. m., at tho 34th St. BopUjtj
Church. Interment private !
ni'&II. On January 211, 101B. JULIA, wldowi
of Timothy Hush. Funeral on Friday, at
a n m.. from ".",e?0 WeiKstpr if . e?.SIh an
Christian sts.). Hlrh Mass of Requiem at
St. Anthony'B Church, nt 0 .10 a, m. In
terment tit Holy Cross Cemetcrr. '
SCOI.I.ON On January 27, 1013. KATII-
DltlNl- F.. daughter of Margaret and tut
late James Scollon. Relatives and friends
nro Invited to p.ttend tho runeral, on Satur
day morrlng, at 8 30 o clock, from the reil"
dnco or her sister, Mrs Wlllhm J, Dov.e:
PMI sioutn uroati st solemn .viass oi ito
qulem nt St. Teresa's Churrh 10 a. m,
Interment ot Holy i-ros cemetery
RI.A1V On .Tftnnnrv 20. 1013. JOHV TV.
nn nr Pntriclc and the late Elizabeth Blala.
Funeril on iTlday, at S : a. m., from 11.
TVc-t Atbintlc st. ingn .viaas at St. v
rnnlta s Cbuien, at lo a m. interment ai
Ililv Sepulchre Cemeters
CMl'I'll. rut January 2fl. 1013 ELLEN' P.
daui;hter of John T. and the late Annie M.
un.nl, TTnne-rnl nn Kallirtlsv. at R.30 B nl ,
tr..m V.liv Knnth 27ih st. HIsh Misi efi
Iteqiilcm nt St Fntrldt's Church at 10 s. mis
ter. I'a ,...ia
SOlrtllH?.. un .innuirv i.i, jui.i, ji,ib
JENKS, daughter of Frank L nnd Jaje M
J. jsou.nru. i unerai bcrvicca uu nuirj
afternoon, at 2 30 o'clock, nt the auaruntnti
ment at Providence, ft. I . ?
TAVI.OIt. GHACE TAYLOn, 1240 500U
THOMTSON. ' ELIZADETH THOMrSQS,
,t W...1, P-nlfhlnn t 3
.;'-' -tut... .v.o... .. - -n.s tvumi
Tli;i. ejn January , ,"t. "''"---i
daughter of the late Simuel and Calherlot
Tlel. Funeral servioea on Friday, at 1 P.O.
precisely, at her lato residence, 2010 Diamond
st. Interment private '1
TltEXI.EIt. On January 23, 1013, ANNA
M wlfo of Edward A Trexlcr and oaurottr
nf viv,nlv nnd Cllzsbeth Haxtcr. Hell
tives and friends nro invlied to attend tM
.T i .....I... nn Q-tnrnnv At ? n ni., Bl
(ho resilience of her parents, 2210 Fedeitl
Interment at Mt. Morlah Ceme ry. Rgl
mains may bo viewed Friday ev enlns. JM
TItll'l-I.i:, On January 2(1. 1013, MART
wltloiv or bamuei a. -imiiiic ti''v-.r,;
friend are invlied to attend funeral iirri
Ires, on rriiiay, mo im, ' .f; .VsKniaMl
K at her late residence 37 Last JIe"J,laJ
.. ".:""?:. """.'.V ,K.'t;n'"Mm, it.
". ''"'7r1 A"i'.. "f".'"Vnia riiARK 13
"iMi l?r5ri? avffrYne Wter aam,9
Saturday, at 1:10 p. m., from 23J .)"i
fi?denhnm st. InteFment private, at Moantj
WII.HEV On January 23. 1015. ANNA
MAY. wife of Arthur B. W"" (n,"0"isl!
jMinerai oit riwni, a- . f "-. rmsj
drlanna Bt. Interment at Fernwood CM-J
WILLIAMS. SAMUEL WILLIAMS, 41N
WO January 20, 1013. BBJU
ivtitiir. ejn January -, Jt;i'.r'"", V. sMa
LCN, wlfo of Joseph Wood. Funeral 1 on III
day at 2 p. m.. from 412 Sloan ave . WJtJ
Collingawood. Camden County, N. ' 0
terment at Evergreen Cemetery.
Yes! 9th and Arch Sts.
Still dolnt business at the old staaa e
TO HOLD A BENEFIT IIEHE
50 PER CENT. ON ALL
Ilest show In Phila.lnnlest ahoirl
time. COMB AND OUT YOOB W,
We'll do the ret. .,.
Address Howard Si. Evans, o -
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