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EVENING LEDG-EK-PBILADELPH-IA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1916.
PROSPERITY AT HAND,
"Isn't Much of Anything
ihc Matter With U. S.."
He Declares President
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23.rrogresa and
prosperity arc In the nlr and America
must grasp It opportunity, (inserted Vice
President ICIpgsbury, of tiia American
Telephone and telegraph Company, to
day In an address before tlio American
Electric Hallway Association, which had
scheduled President Wilson as Its Be.it
late this afternoon.
"There Isn't much of anything the mat
ter with the United States," snld Kings
bury. "The President has ndvlsod. busi
ness met! to bo confident as to the fu
ture, and so wo should be."
Of America's social life, Mr. Kingsbury
"It Is In a state of unrest and change.
This demand for change may be tho very
best thlntr that could happen. The people
want an opportunity for a more Intlmato
share In the affairs of government, for
enjoyment of better social, educational
und economic conditions, for nn cUnl
chance In business. I say tills is the
tlmo for altruism."
Ho said his company's attltudo toward
proposed Government ownership of tele
phones was not violently to opposo the
plan, but to advise the public what Is
invested In It.
President T. S. Williams, of tho Urock
lyn Itapld Transit system, spoke for a.
"code of principles" In street railroading,
tho keynote of which should be "respon
sibility, frankness and fair play."
Senator Weeks. Republican, of Massa
chusetts, told tho association that un
less Government participation In the Fed
eral reserve banking system and other
steps to aid the business man aro checked,
their effect wilt be "destroyed or at lenst
seriously menaced." At tho same time,
he took a fling at the Interstate Com
merce Commission, declaring that the
"grip of the. controlling power at Wash
ington" must be relaxed lest the rail
roads Buffer further.
ETJBBEB FACTORIES BUSHED
Maiden Company Busy With War
Orders, It Is Said.
BOSTON, Jan. 29. Maiden rubber fac
tories are working night and day on con
tracts for rubber shoes said to bo for
the warring nations of Kuropc, Skilled
workmen In rubber goods, both men nnd
women, aro In great demand.
It Is said that a large part of tho for
eign orders for rubber goods coming
to America has been obtained by Maiden
firms und that the total will reach nearly
WILL KEPLACE SUNKEN SHIP
Substitute for Ill-fated Washlng
BALTIMORE, Md., Jan. 29. Tho American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company has
ordered a new steamship from the Spar
rows Point yards of the Maryland Steel
Coinpqny to replace the Washlngtonlan,
jvhlch recently went down In a collision.
The same company placed contracts for
two smaller vessels with tho Sparrows
Point yards last week.
The Sparrows Point plant has obtained
orders for five ships within the last 30
HEKSHEY COMPANY GIVES
BONUS TO 1050 EMPLOYES
HER8HEY, Pa., Jan. 29.-The Hershey
Chocolate Company today notified Its em
ployes that all who had been In Its serv
ice six months or longer would receive
r bonus of 20 per cent, on their wages
for the last year. Of the 1200 employes,
more than SO per cent, or lfCO persons,
are eligible. The list Includes every one
from the office boys to the executive offi
cers. More than COO are women. It Is the
largest distribution In the history of
The bonus experiment was tried seven
years ago, one of the Ideas being to
build up a forco of regular and reliable
workers. At first only 20 per cent, of
the employes could meet the condition of
six months' previous service. The per
centage has Increased steadily .until now
it Is more than 80 per cent. The bonus is
wholly optional each year and the amount
depends on the year's business, but since
the payment waa begun It haB been paid
annually and the percentage has been
Europe 3uys Butter ia V, S.
CHICAGO. Jan. 29. Europe has turned
to the United States for butter, It waa
learned today. Chicago dealers have
shipped two carloads to England by way
of Canada, and are negotiating for addi
tional large sales to the warring na
tions. STRIKERS HELD FOR COURT
ON ASSAULT CHARGE
Police Save Foremen In Trunk Fac
tory From Violence,
Two men out of a gang of 40 striking
employes of the Belber Trunk and Suit
case Company. Mascher and Turner
streets, arrested In an attempt to mob
Itay and Chester Caldwell, foremen for
the company, were arraigned for a hear
ing: today at the Front and Master streets
station apd held In 1300 ball each for
court for assault and battery. They aro
Louis Goldsmith, of Eth and Mifflin
streets, and Harry Dernstine, of 6th street
nd Washington avenue.
A riot call was aent In by persons liv
ing near the factory when the trouble
started, and tho police arrived In time
to save the Caldwell brothers from Injury,
Several men recently were laid off by the
Eilber company, according to the fore
men, and the others refused to go to
work until they were reinstated.
The strike has been on about two weeks.
The arrests grew out of a fight In the
tUosi Restaurant, U17 North (th street.
POLICEMEN FOLLOW SCENT
' ' -.
Bluecoata BnJIf About Until They
Smell Alleged Cologne Thief,
All day yesterday Special Policemen
Corrjc and McFarland went sniffing
around Clermantown trying to find some
one with the odor of a very peculiar
eolagoa upon his clothing. A lot of
tW cologne had been stolen, from a shop.
Toward evening the specials went along
th strMta rnst freflunted by the school
0aSAta, sniffing a they went, finally
fksiKvsni reworded and not on the scent
at M-year-old Charleton Matthews, of 154
Ka Hortter street. Ills clothes vers
MjoIeiU arid he left a trait behind hltn.
Matthews, arrested, glibly said his
nwiber had put the cologne on his clothes
an J i sat sbe always did so- Tho mother
in fed sue had ever pOiseeJ any such a
:. s.-r.,...8 ad tne boy sent the night a
L'ijjji tautalRM he was seat ta the Houss
rf fc m- f fW arlig. The
JTfiTeg 'LiniiTp dasjH
tMt athr f
TRIP TO BERLIN FREE,
BRITISH PROMISE RECRUITO
LOXOOM, Jan. t9.lTerc Is the
tate4t Hrltlsh recruiting potter that
I nltmctlnp enormous crowds:
"To Berlin! The country Is ar
ranging a trip to Germany In the
spring tor a few sportsmen. All ho
tel expenses and railway fares paid.
"Good shooting and hunting.
"Ages J8-S8. Itlflcs and ammuni
tion supplied free.
"Cheap trips up the Kilnc.
"Apply at once, as there Is only
a limited number (1,000,000) required,"
"DRYS" TO PLUG UP
BROAD ST. STATION
"HOLE IN THE WALL"
No More "Quick Ones" for
the Men Who Are Ruled
by Time Tables and Other
That Bronx, which the dear, staid, old
couple you dine with once n month out
Media-ways will not provide botoro the
consomme, nnd which you were wont to
grab off on n flying leap Into the hole In
tho wall (you know; little bar off Hie
Broad Street Station quick-lunch room),
with 27 seconds to nmko tho 5:49 well,
really, It's hard to see lust where jou'll
why, It's oven possible you'll do without
it hereafter; with only 27 seconds, re- '
Prcty soon you'll bo saying. "It wns
convenient, wasn't It7" They'ro going to
cloio the place. I
Conceive Public Opinion as a long, lean '
giant that stood, long ago, at nbout 7th !
and Spruce and stretched himself alnng
tho westering thoroughfare, glaring Into
all the windows na ho spinwlecl, issuing,
"Bo respectable, and slay so!"
Conceive him finding himself long
enough to stretch his Invisible bulk from
the hips up right up Brood street, frown
ing out of countenance the old Hinlto Into
snloonless propriety, and wriggling his
shoulders around City Hall, peering into i
Broad Street Station. )
And H 44 ri In am mn,lll..4l ! ... I
"iiui anvi twiifi iJiuuiiuuuil, lUBCi 1 1 UK U
long, wiry arm through tho door, up tho
Biuircaec nrounu Dy (ne leiepnone Dooms,
then darting n lean forenrm right over
tne innocent barrier or tho lunch counter,
senllng up the deeply secreted "hole In
tho wall" with tho flat of his thumb!
ECHOES OF THE OIIEAT DEAD.
The plnce Is a little uncanny, for nil Its
garish brilliancy. There nre echoes, nt
tno tittle, semicircular bar, of statesmen
dcarf and gone (and politically dying and
going) who made many n SO-mlnutes-tlll-traln-tlme
go like nothing nt all, watch
ing the marvelous nglllty with tho shaker
of men who have had to shako quickly
to give the bootblack nnd lrnrber a chance
to take their toll of the cruelly pressed
Onsnt Cneear, ilMd and turned to clav
MlKht Btnp u l.ole (In tho uall) to krop tha
There hastily arrived on many nn oc
casion he who was Father of the House,
and who hailed from our I.nnd of the
Piggeries, and who went to Congress
wlien tne Vares wero little boys.
There assembled Senators, aye. senior
Senators and In their Junior years, too,
to test thrt Bpeed of swift, swarthy bar
tenders and crack Jokes about Local
Option when Local Option really was a
Joke before it became their nightmare.
Trains leave Broad Street Station for
Hnrrlsburg as well as "Washington ; and
r.cno couui a tale unfold of real, good,
though nuick, parties at tho little sclml-tar-shaped
bar. In which n goodly sec
tion of the city's repiesentntlon in tho
Legislature chatted lltfhtly nbout tho
tnlnco meat they were on their way to cut
the latest child labor bill Into: or. in.iv.
hap, about the Mud Horse'H chance of
capturing the third race nt tho Havre
de Grace race track on the morrow.
AND THOSE SLY COMMUTERS!
There was another clasH (how ensy it
gets to aay "was"!) not so famous, whose
drinks wero prepared for them for some
of them according to tho time table, be
fore their corporeal appearance, lato every
afternoon at the same- time.
"Thenh's Mlstah Jawge's Martini
pou'ed out for him nn' doggone If he
dont go an" be lato!" observes his
"young friend," standing a-tlptoo behind
the bar to look at the clock nnd for Mr.
George. " "Yes, Blr, 5:47 now, an" he's
a-goln' t' miss his mako-a-man-of-hlm."
A tall man dashes through the lunch
room In the nlok of time. "Gotter ready,
my young friend! Zowle, some kick to
thnt one! On tho ball, wasn't I, my
young friend? "Bye!" and he's off.
"How do, Mlstah Jawge? Goo'-bie,
Mlstah .lawge! Well, If that wasn"t
some closo shavln toot, toot, he's half
way to Nahbehth already!"
Tho Pausing of the Second Floor Back,
so to speak, will be a cause of eyebrows
raised high nnd mouths opened wide In
surprised horror not only for the resi
dents of Philadelphia and its environs
who take "quick ones.'
DOCTOR RICHMOND FACES
CHURCH TRIBUNAL TODAY
Hector Called Sefore Ecclesiastical
Court to Enter Flea,
The Ilev. Dr. George Chalmers nich
mond. rector of Old St. John's Church,
who Is charged with "conduct unbecom
ing a minister and violating his ordination
vows," was arraigned before the Ec
clesiastical Coiu-t of the Protestant Epis
copal Diocese of Pennsylvania this after
noon In the office of Henry Budd, chan
cellor or tno cuocese.
Owing to necessary preliminaries Doc
tor Richmond will not be actually tried
fur several weeks. It Is probable a date
for the trial will be fixed today,
Triers were selected and Doctor Rich
mond entered a plea this afternoon. He
was notified to do this last week, but was
granted JO days extension.
BABY SAYRE MAY BE BOXER
Grandpa Wilson Expresses Such
Hope In Acknowledging Gift,
WASHINGTON. Jan, 36. President Wil
son today tent a letter to Mike Donovan,
the boxing instructor, of New York,
thanking him on behalf of his baby
grandson. Francis B,iyre. for the pair of
miniature boxing gloves Donovan sent
to the infant. The President said In his
letter that he hoped young Mr. Sayre
woum oe apie to- use cue gloves yrnen he
was ready to ztrlka out for himself.
A pair of overalls arrived today, ad
dressed to baby Bayro. They are of the
tiniest size, and White House officials In
timate that they are, a, gift from Captain
BIU McDonald. United States Marshal
tor the Southern District of Texas.
P. Hopklnson Smith to Read
F. HH)klBni Smith, nottd Poiladtl
nhlaa. cava a. number of readtn tud
iBterjrtMM trvm W ?w wPi
IB JJi wuwm tarif.s ywwiwiiTr?i
EVER-READY "HOLE-IN-TIIE-WALL" DOOMED WITH ONRUSH OF
:! 'J i-ii:!Jj!::- ;:!;&
Gf AIM LINE MATFUDN STARTLED BV
THE. APPARITION OF HER HUSBAKD
ARRIVING HOME. IN TIME. FOR-
APPARENTLY LOSING GROUND
Work on Itlvor Front Proceeding.
Many Applicants for Jobs.
With the exception of the steamship
Caterlno, work on all vessels along the
rlvor front, which had been temporarily
ilolnyed bv the strike of longshoremen on
Wednesday, proceeded rapidly today.
Places of strikers were filled with men
who eagerly .-.ought employment. H la
believed the men who walked out have
lost. Their demands, according to ship
ping men, were cxtotltonatr, nnd wero
pressed at most Inopportune time.
Tho Cntorlno Is lvlng nt Qlrard Point
with part of a cargo of China clay In her
holds. Stevedores planned to put gnnss
of men nt work on her under police pro
tection either today or tomorrow.
At Port Richmond tho stcnmshlp South
Toint, which was scheduled to sail to
morrow with a cargo of Hour for the i-e-lltf
of Belgians, is being loaded bv strike
breakeis guarded by police. She will
finish lofullng Into tomorrow. All of tho
boats loading grain are working with n
full forco of men.
The stilkers, under tho leadership of
mcmlieis of the Industrial Workers of tho
World, held secrot meetings nt 121 Cnth
nrino street. It Is said many of the men
aro now deserting tho ranks of the I. W.
W. nnd are anxious to return to their old
THIEVES BUSY IN NORTHEAST
Lack of Police Protection Responsible I
for Activity of Robbers.
Scarcity of policemen In tho northeast
ern part of tho city Is mnklng that neigh
borhood a harvest Held for thieves. Early
today three men walked Into the cigar
store of Max Itosenbaum. of 100 Diamond
street, and asked for cigarettes. When
thn proprietor turned his back, two of
the men Jumped over the counter and
held linn, while the third took 110 from u
cash drawer and numerous packs of cigar
ettes. Tho trio then threw Rosenbaum Into
a back room and escaped.
A masked highwayman stopped 18-ycar-old
Thomas McKlnley, of 716 Ansbury
street, on tho Northeast Boulevard, at
the point of a revolver, and rifled his
pockets He got 18 cents for his trouble.
A largo umount of wearing apparel of
all kinds was stolen from tho yards of
Mrs. Charles Krauas, of 4558 Smedlev
stroet, and Mrs. Walter Smith, of 451G
Smedley street, by a thief, who gained
entrance through the rear gates.
There is a four-legged policeman in
Kensington or, to be correct, a police
man's assistant. Ills name la Beauty, but
he belles It, for he Is decidedly homely.
If Beauty wasn't a dog he'd be worth
his weight In salary. He don't lie under
a hot stovo on n wlntor's night and nibble
a bone. Not much. He Is out on the
firing line every night with his boss and
master. Patrolman Patrick Phillips, of the
Front nnd Westmoreland streets station.
Beauty saw a man acting suspiciously
In front of the butcher shop of Harry
Kelly, on Front street, last night. The
man had n brick ready to throw through
the window. In which there were many
good things to eat. The dog made one
leap and the stranger dropped tha brick.
Beauty took a grip on his trousers apd
howled as best he could. In a few mo
ments Phillips was on the spot, The man
with the brick was taken before Magis
trate Campbell, He said he waa hungry,
and he looked It. The dog watched the
proceedings Intently, and when he heard
the familiar word "discharged," lie growl
ed to show his disapproval.
A black eye and several cuts decorated
the face of George Hagar, of Ninth and
I.ooust streets, when he was brought be
fore Magistrate Haggerty. He was ar
rested by Policeman Burton at 9th and
Vine streets for singing grand opera out
loud. In view of the prisoner's condition,
Burton said something must have hap
pened to Hagar before he arrived. Hagar
said be was sure of It and started to
moan at the recollection.
"Vou are not hurt," said the Judge;
'your' Imaginary pain Is a psychological
! didn't touch a, drop," declared Hagar.
"He means." added the polIceraanMUhat
when you thlnfe of a thing you geflHW
I think I got my breakfast-sald
Hagar. and ha looked around for It
Difrchargtd," said th Judge, as he
tossed Hagar th price.
. MR. TIPPLE. -4 SO ..;!.'
MR TAMH. A BOJM$ki
J HKE BEAUTIFUL SYSTEM
T THAT IS TO BE ABOLISHED
Hiif&spi itf Us- csd iaaihr, v&4 him
IT& A. BAD
A i; r& J (wlaaaaW'-OOcQU IS&MMr&flJtA
TliilUllf lift W u Kih ML
MERE MAN WILL SUCCEED
WOMAN MARKET INSPECTOR
Four Receive Highest Averages in
Examination for Post.
The position of clpik to tho market in
spector, which for somo years lias been
hold by Mini Ashsnh Llppln'cott, will, un
less something unforeseen occurs, revert
to a man again, becauso no woman has
qualified on tho list of applicants now
Last week Miss Llpplucott gave up
her berth In City Hall to go to Washing
ton to accept an appointment us Federal
Market Inspector, the first woman in tho
country over to receive such a post.
According to the Civil ScrvltJe require
ments her place will be filled from one
of tho first four with tho highest aver
ages. Thcso nre men. Therefore, the ef
fort which, It Is said, the women's clubs
of tho city nro making to have n woman
successor fill the place arc likely to prove
CHABGE PUZZLES NEGROES
Arrested for "Disorderly Conduct"
for Disobeying School Law.
Thomas Green, Harry Brown, William
White and Howard Hulucs, Negroes,
wero brought Into tho Camden County
Court today, accompanied by a scoro of
other Necrooa nnd twn ilnzpti fhttHran
j Tho parents of tho youngsters wero
chnpirpd with "dlHnrdnrlv r.nnrlitl " 1
was this charge thnt puzzled tho prison-
' nra nunonln v Vliltn ,rl.n .1nAln.t.t ...11.
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many adjectives that he whs a very or
It was alleged by a truant ofllcer tho
defendants had neglected to sond their
children to school, and according to n
Jcrsev law thin must bo classified as
The Negroes live in a settlement known
ns Snow Hill, and times on the hill have
In en rnther slow. Attorney Scovrll, who
tepresented many of the defendants, said
that they did tho best they could under
the circumstances. All were excused, but
Howard Haines, He kept his boy homo
to hitch up tho horse, and this pica did
not strike Judgo Boylo favorably. He
fined Haines $3.
Newspapermen Elect Officers Monday
Tho annual meeting und election of
ofllcers of the Ton and Pencil Club will
be held next Monday. Nominations for
tho various offices will bo made today.
nothing In Municipal Court when his
wife, unyielding to the weeping, refused
to sanction his mother's presence In their
home. Judge Brown ordered Deakyne to
pay his mother 2 a week.
"Oh. I'm dtograccd for life," sobbed
Deakyne on the witness stand. "I never
thought my mother would bring me Into
court." He explained thnt ho had of.
fered her a home, but that she objected
to living with l.ls wife. Then his wife,
following him on the stand, said that It
Tiaa ,."?n1 not th8 niother who had
the object on to living In the same house.
The mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Deakyne
Uvea at S5 North th street. "eaKyne'
Hiding his true name and title that
his family might not suffer because of
his i misfortunes. a flne-looklng Italian
with white hair and beard, who gave
the assumed name, "Stephen Nlchollettl "
was arraigned at the 11th ana Winter
streets station this morning before Mag.
Istrate Emely for Intoxication,
?.?!" re",,Enlzed by a policeman as
an Italian nobleman, who had once been
a court Interpreter. Magistrate Emely
asked the prisoner to tell his story. He
f"1 .he ??ma from CaIabrla to this coun.
try In 1880. accompanied by his wife
Who eloped while they were traveling
In the West. He divorced her after
wards, he said, but bad never been the
same man since and had been drinking
He tpld the court that ha had been a
court Interpreter and had at one time
worked at Hills Island, the New York
immigrant station. His English is per
feet and he said he was master of seven
languages. Asked how he nade a liv
ing be replied that he collected Kerbs
that are used for medicinal purposes
and after drying them sold them to
druggists In this city. He gave- his home
as Orchard, N. J. Magistrate Emely
asked "Nlchollettl'' If be -was a noble
man, and the man replied:
-t have tried to keep that fact quiet
since my troubles."
As ht had been locked un all nih
MWlra- JSmely In bju go wltk a
auUo to drink lj mtA take, Utt
r lsj : ... -u l . I l ' ) A
cafe pf ideas!.
ASSERTS DR. ELIOT
Conditions Should Regulate
Number of Hours, He
sion Favors Unions.
NEW YORK, Jan. 29. Uniformity In the
length of tho working dtly would bo an
absolute ovll today, declared Dr. Charles
W. Eliot, piesldcnt emeritus of Harvard
Unlveislty, before tho Federal Commls
fclon on Industrial Relations. There can
be no general rule laid down In this line,
A proper Income for nn unskilled work
mun, ho declared, would depend entirely
on where tho worker lived.
"What would bo pioper In Germany
probably would not do hero In America,"
Doctor Eliot bald; "and In China condi
tions would bo still more different. 1 came
to tho conclusion some years ugo that In
tho llshlng village of Mount Desert, where
a man had his homo and his garden and
wood lot, ho could easily got along on
"I am certain that the diet of tho fami
lies of laboring men costs too much nnd
Is far from the proper sort bo far ns nu
trition is concerned," he said. "We all
eat too much, especially meat, nnd could
save much money If wo only would plan
a sclentlflo diet."
Regarding compensation for disability,
Doctor Eliot evaded any answer, saying
that was a matter for "accident Insur
nnco experts." He said tho German com
pensation plan was tho best In the world.
OPPOSES CHILD LABOR.
"It Is a great misfortune for a child
to have to work In a city factory to aid
tho family In earning a living. Chil
dren should never be employed Indoors
In nny machine Industry," he said. "I
would fix the age limit at 16 for child fac
"I believe In the general organization
of labor. In fact, I approve organization
In everything, nnd especially In the higher
professions," ho said. "I oppose law
lessness, however. Somo unions advo
cate It. They have no right to exist.
I see little change In the Industrial un
rost. Five yoars ago I thought It was
Increasing. Today I do not know.
Doctor Eliot said he opposed arbitration
and mediation becauso they usually result
In compromise, and In his opinion com
promise methoJs never satisfy cither
party to a dispute. He said he left the
Civic Federation because ho did not be
lieve In Ha plans for conciliation.
Generally, publicity of everything going
on will prevent strikes, he said,
He said employers wero more fair to
tholr employes than they were same years
ago, and that the sources of friction be
tween capital and labor are grudually
Doctor Eliot said that, as a member of
the General Education Board, the Rocke
feller Foundation and of the Carnegie
Peace Foundation, he saw no objection to
interlocking directorates In endowed
"It makes for efficiency," he said,
"Do yqu know of any Instances where
education have been unduly Influenced In
their work by their desire to obtain
money from the General Education Board
or the Carnegie Foundation?"
"Never unduly Influenced." he an
swered. "I have known of many In
stances, however, where educators were
Influenced for good by these funds.
jWO.OOO.QOO OIVEN B1NCB 1901
"Nearly 00.000,000 has, been put into
the work of education since 1903 by the
Education Board," he said.
Dr. Eliot said the board planned a sur
vey of the Maryland schools, and that
part of the expense was to be borne by
"Investigations by men under the
Rockefeller Foundation," Dr. Eliot said,
"require life study and only the best men
can do the work wa require."
The commission today read into Its
records tha story of the Colorado strike
from the standpoint of the miners as
presented to tho Congressional Commit
tee on Labor, and also heard rtprMtsta
ttvat tti the Uait4 Mine Workers, vha
dttll4 caute leading up to liv c-ut-timlk.
You'll see em staggering
OUT OF THE SODA STORE,
1 .'i i.i.ili." r
"YOU CAN'T SAVE
SINNERS WITH POLE"
Continued from Tone One
"Ma" Sunday nnd Rodohcavcr, wjll be
whirled down to Lcnguo- Island, where
ho will meet tho Jack Tars and marlneB.
Ho intends to visit one of tho battleships,
but whether or not he will talk to tho
boys has not been decided. It Is prob
ablo he will talk In tho Navy Yard
Y. M. C. A.
SERMON FOR CHILDREN.
Tomorrow afternoon "Billy" will preach
his first sermon to children only, when
It Is expected that more than 20,000 pupils
of the public schools will bo present.
On Sunday afternoon and evening tho
evangelist will preach his famous sermon,
entitled "Booze, or Oct On tho Water
Wagon," at which times only men will
bo ndmltted. He also plans to preach
sermons for men on Thursday nights
Tho only mooting for women only on
Sunday will bo hold In tho Metropolitan
Opera Houso nt 3 o'clock. The principal
speaker will be Mrs. Sunday.
Tho revival activities of the day began
at 10 o'clock this morning, when Miss Fot
terolf conducted a rally for High School
girls In the Mmket Square Presbyterian
Church. Germantown. At 11 o'clock tho
business women's lunchrooms In the
Chambers-Wyllo Memorial Presbyterlnn
Chuich and the First Presbyterian Church
At noon nine factory mcctlngB In vn
rlous parts of tho city wero held as
Mrs, Asher, at the Bennett-Aspden
"Jack" Cardiff, at the Ford Motor Com
pany. Tho Rev. E. If. Emett, nt tho II. T.
Talsto & Co.
Mr. Crown, nt William Sellers & Co.
"Bob" Stover, at It. D. Justl & Son.
Mrs. Stover, at the A. J. Reach & Co.
Tho ltev. Mr. Welsh, In the Pennsylva
nia Railroad Y. M. C. A. annex.
Mr. Rodeheaver, at tho John C. Winston
Mrs. Sunday, nt the factory of S. L.
Allen & Co., 5th street and Glenwood ave
nue. During the afternoon meetings for
school children wero conducted by mem
bers of tho Sunday party. The first of
these was a rally for High School girls of
District No. 0, In St. Luke's Methodist
Episcopal Church. A similar meeting wiib
held In the Holy Trinity Episcopal parish
houso, for girls of District No. 8, and at
3:30 o'clock Miss Xetterolf conducted a
rally for High School girls In tho John
Chambers Presbyterian Cburch.
Miss Gamlln conducts boys' nnd girls'
meetings In the Erie Avenue Methodist
Episcopal Church nnd the Lehigh Avenue.
Baptist Church at 3:15 o'clock and 4:15
o'clock, respectively, whllo at 1:C0 o'clock
Miss Saxe holds a Bible class In the Trin
ity Luthcrnn Church, Queen lane nnd
District rallies are scheduled for Miss
Lamont nt 4:30 o'clock and 7:45 o'clock In
the Mt. Hermon Church and tho Holmes
burg Baptist Church, respectively. At 8
o'clock this evening a meeting for parents
will bo held In the Falrhlll Methodist
Episcopal Churoh, 5th and Clearfield
"Billy" Sunday's Sermons on Page 11
WILSON ZIEGLER'S DEPUTY
Assistant Director Who Resigned
Empowered to Sign Warrants.
Director S. Lewis Zlegler, of the Depart
ment of Health and Charities, todav nn.
titled City Controller Waltor) that he has
appointed Assistant Director Alexander
M. Wilson as deputy, empowered to sign
departmental warrants and payrolls ap
proved personally by the Director,
The Health Department pay warrants
for January sent to the Controller were
signed by Assistant Director Wilson, und
to preclude any question being raised by
the Controller, a letter from Director
V.legler appointed the Assistant Director
as deputy in conformity with the act of
Assembly of July as, 1913. ,
TODAY'S MARRIAGE MOENSES
gfKnLarsS'SriT MfuJU'-'.t ""
Nlkcttua UuMlnxtr. 81t W Huntingdon at
an4 Ann Funk. 11 N. UwrSiMUt.
Alyhon. Kasayskl. JM4 Perth it" end mio-
uiuisiv u. rmj
,8 Bbert. lUltlmort, Md..- sad Clara B
to1iffl.aS'5K..!S ' A
th J, Cromltr. 6JOi i
Steward C WHe. sail Columbia W. and
CHina. u .ray, co frailer at
Harry L Taylor. StxS N gtacdUr at nrf
Edna M. Dill, tacji midland riS r " ' "
Starry O Butftr 162? Ilaljibridia at and
Sophia, Own, 1230 BlWt St. M
i S84 Java .
h tt, ,! $Hja
$363,964 ESTATE "
FOR THE HEIRS OF
MARY E. CLAFLIN
Provisional FWiimeL l. 1
Charities in Will of Thos.
Mary E. Claflln, who cjted In An .
1912, left nn estate of (363,031.88, actoS
to nn account filed today with the nZ
ter of Wills, for adjudication by ttll
Phans' Court. " N
Tho executors, tho Pennsylvania Cn I
pany for Insurances on Live. nV?4'
Ing Annuities nnd I.entulcr p rt,.71
8i!n.l0i.'n..tho nccout tt J34J.987.Sd aw 1.1
distribution amnni? tin t,i. '""awaits
Investments Included In that amount .
iuu snares or united ans Imnrowmr.it
Company stock estlmntn.i ?"'
slinrr fs:ilrs.nnmpnt.H.,.l r. ."w' "4
EOOi bonds of tho Choctaw. Oklnhom. 5l
miir Ilnllln.lil rVlmnntit. ...I., -j ."""
SOOi bond of tho city of rhltadclbhhL t
lyiu. xifi.ihn. '
Thoinaa McCnrlnpv. ui,n .n-. . ..."
(South GUi Rtrert. loft 1.1 vat Ann ...? 'J?
trust for his children. Anna! .to.. . "!'
Thomas McCartney, to i-or, .. .."
death of tho last annuitant to their chll.i
uiun. ii mcio ro no surviving clilldrsn
the principal is to bo cnunllv rltirii...t!.
among tne i.lttlo Sisters of the Poof i
IStll nnd Jefferson strenta: mil ci... 'i.
of tho Poor. Clermantown ( 8t Vlncenl'jl
iiumu iui- i.miuieiij oi. Joseph's llousn
lor iiomcicss industrious Boje; St. Vliw'l
cent do Tatil Society of St riilllp de NtrlS
Church nnd tho Freo Hospital for Conll
rwi.... ..mh ......I.-..... .. A
wuhji ,mra iiiuuiuvu were 1II08Q of
Josephine Gatloy, lato of 533 North 4th'
tuii'ui, whuhu uuuiio 13 mliucu at TZ7 000
Samuel Hogors, 624 North Mlh lrVt'
JC700; Julius A. Kelocr, SOS Locust ave-f
nue, tisuu; unanoa atricKier, H)75 Mariatet
nlrcrl. J21R5). '
Lottors wero gi anted In tho estates 6( '-!
ciiiiuii.-i oiniz, iuui itoriu oin street, which
amounts to $31,500; Florence A. E-sx
3759 North Houvler street, $3012; Je-feJ
narncr, u.j( jusitig oun lane, $4110; Philip'
G.mttcr, 2323 East Sergeant Btreet, Vm.
has been npprnlsed nt $01,943; Hnrry A.
May, $17,047.02, nnd Richard Irwin, JllifctU,
SUNDAY AND JUDGE GORMAN
DEPLORE SMOKING BY BOYS'
.. . '3
Xlio Ilev. Mr. Micliler Also Com'
ments on Stecher's Statement,
"Billy" Sunday, Judgo dorman, of thi
Juvenile Branch of tho Municipal Court.
mlnlsteis nnd church workers today ex-j
inusBuu HurpriHo ui mo Hiaiemem or
Director of Physical Kducntlon William
A. Steelier that many school bojs, mote
than 14 yearn, of oge. were addicted to
the Ufio of tobacco, but that the hom
and not tho school wus the proper placu
for tho smokors to bo disciplined. They
also questioned tho statement that tho
Injurious effecta of moderate smoking
wero frequently exaggerated.
"Billy" Sunday said conditions In largij1
cities wncro inousanus oi Doys Broom
clgnrettcs wero deplorable
Ho added that tho public schools ve:
the proper pluces to preach against th,
"In cities boys smoke nt the age of 11,$
nnd nt tho age or 16 uso alcohol, sI4
tho evangelist. Cigarette smoking Is a,t;
Kieppiug mono 10 crime, ana every man
who is addicted to tho habit Is hand!
The Ilev. Arthur T. Mlchler, pastor of
tno t,utnorn Churcli of the Incarnation,
agroed with tho Director of Physical Edu
cation. Tho Itov. Mlchler blamed the clgiretUi!
smoking ovll on tobacco storo proprietors:
who sold clgurettes to youths without;
asking whether they were of nee. IIi
differed with Mr. Steelier, who ridiculed,
the Idea' of ascribing the stupidity ctm
evory dull boy in a classroom who hap-
pencil iu uu n anioiter iu mo met uiapj
ho indulged In tho weed. 3
"A boy who smokes, said Mr Jllchler, k
Is not as bright us tha boy who doesn t;
and tho use of clgarettcH unquestionably
uuvuiH iu upuiesH aim lucmuiuy.
Judge Gorman does not agree with Mr, j
Steelier, but ndmlts there aic many boyaSg
in 11110 uny wiiu uu Diuuitu uuvmiau iMvBJ
have not nroncr home training Th!B
Judge declared elgnretto smoking and
other bad habits usually ncqulied by boys j
BOY ELECTBOCUTED ON STBEETfl
Police Bellpvo Lad Climbed to Top ot.
The police today are Investigating m
unusual accident which resulted In the m
..-.,- - n.i ro.... IK ..n-a M 1C17 m
ueuill oi iiiuuma imtj, -w jiu.o -- w
Oregon avenue, who was found shocked S
to dontn on Oregon avenue, near "
street, shortly lie tore mmniEni.
A fl.A ln.l. nf ,l,n ta1 wnc Ivlnfi. rllfCCtl.
ly beneath the arms of a telegraph pol .j
the police believe he had climbed It for -
.. ...! .... I, ."htnrt U'itnw'
un exposed electric light wire. One hani - b
with which he had evidently grasped th ,j
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vu U wan uuui; um m-u, -u
For Eastern Pennsylvania: Fair an M
continued cold tonight and '"""''vS
moderate northwest winds, ,k.3
The cold area has drifted from M
middle west to the const during tn Wj
21 hours, causing a drop In temperatu ""a,
or from 15 to so uegrees in im -- -
than yesterday morning In OhJo uja f
Ontario, a reaction to warmer is ""
rmm 1.A t.nnAm T.nlr W.i.tnn. thfl UUSlf
slnr,! vaII.v qi.,1 tha Plains EtatU. '"'
temperatures being near nonnal "Jf
Missouri nnd Kansas southward- A fl
flclency still prevails from thoaj Biu
northward, although tho severity nw
hna. nanallit rnnlavstarl Thr6
MODH tjl CUI IIIWUU VM. --
steady decrease In tlm barometrio f0',
ent from the Mississippi vaiuy wotwaru.
to the coast tins morning
U. S. Weather Dureau Bulletin
Obaervattona made at 8 a, in altera tuo.
Abilene, Tax 2 40
u 8 l I01
Aiiantic ruy .. ?i iJ
Blamarclc. N. D.MS 18
Uoaton. Mm,... 20 SO
Buffalo. N- V....
Chicago. Ill 3
fUvaUnd. O a 3
Dnvr. Col JO S
Dea Meluaa. Ia.. 4 a
Batrolt, illeh... 0 0
Oalveaton, Tax.. W
llattaraa. N. C Sd
Helaoa, Mont... 18 ia
Huron B. P.,-. 2 'JO
Kanaaa cHty,M3. 18
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