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EYENljm EED&BB-PHIffADMPHIA:, SATURDAY, ffEBBtXABY 13, iQUt
MH. & ST. LOUIS
H RUMORS OF DEAL
all Street Had Report
Koad Would Be Taken
Over- Foreign Exchange
rcll ic 4.82.
Wuaxi YOTllC, Fab. ia.-Dlploma.tio do-
K.tDril "anV 'Wnany over tho holt
Orr,Dflr" ...-i.. iff in doiliand for
. 1 rr , . . l.iwiiih mi nniipii niaiesi
K "" the "lh"K,, ,n lho l-ll0Ur
W'." ..Ii'i e. the nesslbltllY "f Intar-
RCi? eniPPifcallotn. ohhnoeb th ma.
Lftet ftf the Bu-M' dl? "ot T1"ri,,na
ItsYea. . serious. 10 V mur"r '"
P.TCuhMol this renin ' woll
KII. .Y"-p'i li.it. It .,., rnrhrn
Ky'I'lrt'tho market Kti.t operations were
IT':: iwtonnnc4 to room intoe.-. ineru
?? J.r tlHIe'dtunand from outside.
5' ."iTi-i-.i ..,.. p mtlr bv tin fact
frtVdnrrl stciling exchange on Lot
l,,Miin mmtnllons todny
KfrTed to 4.82. tl" '"vc8t P,nt sln?'
(M ' lecW" . bma. rrl. VL-inWnH
SS To bVprlmarllr duo loath.
flWv" . i...i qiiH ftthnf commodl-
W' - "riT a. Tin reports that
fiara go liquid ba shipped by lho Bank
wore .(" . ., .pnri, t nllowa
if JMBiinri wi.uue... ..-
fjrtm a "purely stock market point of
5? Minneapolis and St. I.ouls securities
Sany's common stock loan 3)1 points
t ini. while the preferred advanced 10
w,ln to U',4 Tltn 4 per cent, bonds rose
St. t" 60 on the sale of (134,000 In
Urloui amounts. The iB per cent, bonds
vara also'stronge.. .vw .......,,... . .
I!1. " .iin. in ih flin rlsn In these Be
gin cwuv" ...... ---,-., .
?nrllies. it was rumored that the Cana
cuHuo.. iilnnrnnol a. Ht.
SS and Baultmo. Marie, th. "Boo
Line.!' would ncquiru mu iuu, .iu.l' u,
direct purchase or leasing. In nomo quar
tern of the Street it was hold that the
former road was the one seeking to make
the deal, while In other sections it was
held that it was mo inner ruuu. .
-:. ii. , tl.o Tnuin Central 4s. which
hre beon strong lor several days, nd-
Ysneing P today to uu on mo nam u.
1158,000 io many lots, lent color to tho ro-
Mrt of a deal. ...
Stlhat iomothlng In tho way of a deal
wi9 In the wind was held in many quar-
Itett, the Street in general banlnir Us
&... .. ii.a f..r tl.nt l.nriw nlitnTnnnt.tl
et wheat and other grains aro now belnc
Bijie through Minneapolis ana unu mu
northern railroads, with no dlroct lino
Wo. Minneapolis, want to got somo of
b.lrn., ...i.Aa .ItnniKiH Ru Mnta n. busnel In
Chicago today on neavy selling.
L NEW YORK BOND SALES
MOO Ann Arbor H H-l 84
winn am t.i .i i. Rn Rn nn
(rooo Am Tel cvt 4M nn5 WM Ci)H
low Am wni faper dj... oh oh
B&Oi Armour M ll4 ul
S(I AtCh cv Js 1000 5(5 O.-.tt
tsmoAt Knox .t cm 4a... ss'i hsa
WW At Co Wno l.t is,.., D2V nu
SjUOftl Halt Jt Olila iv
Vat,, M5 Bini
kuooa neth steel ria r.s' !-.
, SSM 88
3og mm steel rfd !....
5ow Brook n T sa'inis;;
SU3000 C.nt, I'tto iBt 4s
BpXO Chr'& Ohio fv 4Va .
fw i.ni ui wcbi il . ..
FKXJO Chi A Nuin i-.n Ja ..
MOW Lh i W Jnd Us
IjJOMChi U & Q joint '!
Knv ae ceo oa ,
'Hl do en t
WSlOO fin rf in. .
.ax) C U A Q III 45
iJUMo ciu ji t a r cv w i.ioi
ZtnOll tin Aa
Ktaoa do cv 4Ws
. 07V1 0H
B, 2000 Chi It I & P col 4n.
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SCOOOCon Gu cv 01 v 1..
Ur.V y ;ur torn o. ..
, uu font i'ondr 4ui
lC0O Erie ia col 4a. . ...
w3 oo "prior 4a
If.Tulr r'"t nor isi ua...i
lyiOOO Hud Man In Ba . .
iJJWO Jowa Central ret 4a
BiiXaX , p UQP cv vrtt
Bilifw lunit v eni oa.
iljjoo imp cop cv dt'tuio.. nsu
Ilx jniero -i- rot (. , . no
fkxjc r",clio una ri oa. wi
IS5I1 Bh deh 4a 1M1.. 01
a "e ii T a io
it2S f"F .Uland rfd 4.... hsS
'M fl & Kaah 4 03S
fiiiSk t'.r rel t- sr a. .i
LJJS0y Jttnn t St I. 4a ,.. O
RSy nnn a at L. Sa.... iizu
J0 ont rower G 01U
;3SSJM pe 1 Ba 1017... 04
?'!, a. as
3?;tJ Y Cl "H" io.... 83
BIJOU N y city 4UjS 1IHH....1Q04!
P.1C00 U T N 1 1 i'll nsn'j"
8f2!5Ii X it n t 6s ,..iob
2S&ZZ AV..9. B "
arjXXXj; it ,VW' ,a
RgOONorf & Wat 4s
SltOOO Nor Tae nrlop 4a
iJfaS &?..?. ; !s,' 2.1
Lisss Iciij!.-...:. ,ffi iffiu
l1SSSnB qy Ha loo ioo i
ll?WPenn4l4 w?. ..'.... 10-lvi 104 lOlU
, WJ ECCftStU 4Ma Ber A. ?0tH 101Vi lpl'.J
10? Public Srvf J 6s,., t SS. S3
.8rS6!?a&i5w.r S9 SS
infn::K";?. .. ,..... ?:
,?-.w ,uir. i.i.iif, ..... M.u n..'. n..
H400rt Tlolr T.Ih r. ' XT
.MOOd Bouth Pao.ev 4a. ,,, M
iSiSC; o U.LC1L'CI ID OS JIT.J4 I"
.MTOO South Pan rM a.!... KIVH
ism b. ... . : . ---'-..... -A
COOguulh nwr con 5a.'".' PT,
K'.Mrt ;."!! tw' i-i. ti,,,. ,'uva ".
1,,; 8o Ry Mob & O 4a, , T 78 ,
union, r,e 0v 4a..,,., po
Vn Kwys a r "Is..... r
r.KS!vXJ!fn 4a.,.....,,.,, S 2fl SO
S.tThurday thU week. 410.474.000: Uit
NEW YORK STOCK SALES
... . ..... Iit til.. lfih. Low. cie.
Al)k OoM Mines 29) j 29)1 2ftlt 2Sf
M'M Chilmetl 0 0 0 5
Aml Copper ........ Wt f.5. tH MM
AinAj Chem.. ........ ffl'J 4QX 401 49JJ
Amctlcan fleet 8ait .1 41W 41W 41 41
American Can V8J 28)4 28M 281J
Amerlctncanptef.. p.1. 04 04)i nH
Amerlcn Csr A Fount jTf 4S't 4fi' 45J.
AtTftlron'roltonOll... 48 48 40J( 40J
Am Hide and leather.. 5W 6) 6W 6)f
Ami Ids l.eath pref, 281 23 27j 27M
AmrilcinLocomoUTO.t fl 22l 21M 2lH
ArrctlfinBmelllni .... fio i7l fifl r.O
ArfflPn8meltli.ptef 102 101 102H 102
AniflMnSjt.......ia3W )054 103 103
An.afMn,t.VM...,J20, 120 120H 120W
Arncr'fsa Tobacco. ....23'1 2,10 230 2.H)
Ametl'-Ji.i Tobacco prel 100 100 100 101
American Woolen pref. 783 70 70 70
Anaconda Copper...... 27M 27W 274 2)
Atchison BiH 0JH OIH 0U.
Atchlion pfef ....., 09 08'; 08K 08H
JUItlmoroft Ohio...... 70 tOtj O0U 09i
nalllmoro ft Ohio ptcf . bOM 0. H 69l CU)f
Bank o'Coramcrca ....108 108 10S 168
Bathlohcm Steel.. ..... SOU f0' ffltf 61
California rctroleum... 21K S0)( 20 20)J
Cairetroleumpref..... 63( 6IH 6,'IH 534
Canadian 1'aclflO. ...... 160 168U 1S7M 1575-i
Cenltal Leather. ...... 37M 37 r-0J 80
Central Leather pref... 103 103 103 101
ChtaAOhlo 42U 42U 42 42Jl
Ohlno Cooper mi 30H SO .10
Chlcairoat Vtoro... 11 11W UH llW
CrrmoMII i. btl" .. 67f 87)4 SOU 87H
Com P'oducW 10J-J 10M in 10
CnU'uelA Iron 25W 20H 2flt 2HH
Ctneol Gas li.vjj 118X .18.1. 118?
Hen A nio Orando prof 11 1114 114 1U4
DesM A I'tDItn... 4U 7 7 7
I-tic 225. 2 22 22
Ftlltprcf .'OW .'0 ?5 36!f
Ocncral Chemical 170 170f 170 170V1
OoodtlchCo -J2H :)2J. 3li 31!(
Great Northern prcr.... 110 110V, 110 110
Great North Ore Cent.. 33!l" KM Slit 31 M
Gucgonhclm C1H 2)iT fillf 5IH
Interboro-Metropolltan. 12U lJt 1250 12
Intetbor Met pref 67) 7 66!( 60U
IntplraUon lb l()H 18'f 10if
International Taper.... 8H 8! 8U UK
Intcrnat Paper nref .... 35 3A 3i 3
Iowa Central 7H 8f 8 S14
do pref 18 18 18
Knew ' 107 U8U 107V4 I08U
Klsegepref 107 101 100 101
Kansas City Southern.. 1-2H 22f i'2'f 22U
Kan CllyBouthera pref 67 COJi flOK 60Jt
Laclede Gas 08 08 08 .08
Leblch Valley IHU 134 133 133H
MdiwellMotor VMi 2 224 23
Maxell Motor 1st pref 01H 01H 5!(9 G9M
Mamell Motor 2d pref. .24!f 6 24 24 U
Mercantllo Marino pref. GK RM fi'f 6
MlnnAStLouU 13U VH 165. 17
Minn A St Louis prof,.. 33H 43H 41 434
MStPASSM 112H 112 112 112
Mexican Petroleum... 70M 70!f 704 704
Missouri Kan A Tex... HJf ll)j 104 104
Mo Kan & Tex pref.... 1 31U 31lf 31 U
Miami Copper 19 10 184 18J4
Missouri Pncino 12 111 114 114
Montana Power Co.... 484 4Hi 484 4HU
Montana Power pref... OOJt DOif 09U 09!
National Biscuit 121H 120U MM 12"U
National Lead 624 604 604 04
Nevada Consolidated.. 124 Wit 12H 124
KYKIIH 61 494 49 49
New York Central.... 8SH 6i 8-1 H M4
Northern Padflo IO1M 1C4 103U 103)f
Pennsylvania KG 106 1054 1054
Pittsburch Coal 21H 21 204 204
Plttsbursh Coal pref .. 04 034 03 03
Pressed Steel Car 314 31H 314 31
nay Consolidated 17K 17f 174 174
neadlne 1454 145 143U 143!i
IiepublloJronASteel... 21 20Jf 10U 20
Ilumcly Co Hi 14 14 1M
HumelyCoprcf 4H 44 44 44
fceaboard Air Line ?4 J3Vi !' 13U
Eeaboard Air Line pref.. :.7 37 30 SO
bears Itoebuck..., 203U 2C54 2C4H 2044
f-outhern Pacific 8.54 854 84 M 844
fonthern Railway 15M 104 154 154
Southern lly pref. 50!.. 504 504 51.4
Standard Mill 45 44't! 444 444
Standard Mllllne pref. .. 69H 60Jf 094 094
Mudebaker 403' 404 45 454
Studebaker prof 00 05 04'f 044
Tennessee Copper 30 294 294 i0!
Texas Company 132H 132H 132M 1324
I'exasAPacI&c 12H 13 13 13
Third Avenue 404 47 404 47H
Toledo, St. h. A W. pref 7H 8 8 8
t ilon Has: A Paper.... (1 5U 54 54
Union P"aclllo 121)j 121 1104 120
UnPacIflcpref 81H blK 81 bl
United Itys Iov 104 104 lOJf 10if
Ubhubber 74 67 C04 504
ubliubber 1st pref.. ..1034 103H 1034 1034
USStoel 444 Mli 434 434
USStcclpref 105 105 10J4 1044
United Clear Mfe 46H -ISM 454 454
Utah Copper 544 534 63 63
UCarChem 2m -'IK 2ni
Wabash H li ii it
.Wabash prof, 24 24 2 2
Western Union 034 C3U 034 C34
WcstlnchousaElee 714 71H 714 714
Wisconsin Central 314 32H 324 324
Woolworth 044 044 04 04
Willis Overland 07 07 07 07
Willis Overland pref.... 07 00 00 00
'iotal sales today 137.9QO shares, compared
with 340.285 shares Thursday! this week 1,192,
BANK OLEABINGS SMALLER
Total of A11 Cities Toll 13.1 Per Cent.
Philadelphia Off 0.0 Per Cent.
Another decrease -was atiown in tho total
Clearing" Home return, for the week ended
today. New York led the list with a fall of
161 per cent. Philadelphia lost 0.0 Der cent.
The Kroaa vplume of exchaness woa $2,602,
B12.1K1V OBalnat ,040.200,003 laet year, a
decrcaao of 13.1 per cent. ,
1015. 1014. Pec.
New York ..Sl.Ofiit.ow.on l,274,2uo,f;fia j,j
fiostOll ..." 114(115,7110 1(7.441.071 2.4
I'hllada .... 01.710,800 101,740,121 IUI
liatlmoro .. 88.04.I.TW 20,fi(n 181 U-0
CrtcklW .... 104.38t.RSi S2-I.244.T68 12 J
St. lul! " K.10T.7U5 04.M2.0U 3 8
New Orleans 18.448.231 10.700,040 tlO.l
Ono day's fliurea estlraatod.
Bank cU'arlnra today compare with eorre
spending day Lit lo y.ar.. J03
Thlla l2S.nao,H.14 IS0,1S3,174 J20,7IW,R4rt
New yoVk., 522,781,410 5ai,0O,674 383,270,600
BATES POH. MONEY
Philadelphia, 4 luJrW
New Yorlc , a iMAn
"commercial paper, threo to ilx roonthi, Phil,
atjelphta, aagl pr "
NETW YOItK. Feb. 13,-The foraliji "change
market owned weak. Pemanil aterllns aold it
i.83. the low point reached In the eeconij week
It November. 1W)T. g!fl'V-n,'il,T" 9MSj
at 4.82WI franca cablea. 0 20i check;, 5,20JS
Et,i:. nahiiT, s..igi tnarka. Bali and SM.
NO. 41 ASTHMA SIMPSON,
L Q VrieReeoes Look I viith ME and then tc t i HELP- mDDiWJ2 QHl CB.cemS0l rZ V So MP sL
V L?) eFfiw ISRQTM.1J aewN coitiaivTioW- ' A , r li0ccoK c what W (ifS-.? nmvicm u .TSt'
'SrWKK. " "" 3 QKmB'' tr-sW pi faa "r
J$JgtfzF "! "" " nnn-iiiininn - nrin ii -m- --"!.- ' --- !,... -j inn nir-rr-L-n.-u-Ti.jiji. jipimiaiii hiWhipw aiMiiiiwiim -iirimm 1T1 rrrm t r , -g --r-, , j-r u , ,- ... - t i m mtmmfsamm
P-l liiWjJff!:rijLi i ihiiiiiii'iIi iiiiTiiriw-iinniniiiiiiiniiii ir'i it m-iri i i1 ' f"mn '"n iiui"i44,iiui ., u,
OF LOCAL MARKET
Home Issues Disposed to Ig
nore Heaviness of New
York Stocks More Re
For n Saturday session lho trading on
lho Philadelphia market wbb unusually
brisk during tho brief two hours of busi
ness. Wherenif United (Hates Steel was
Inclined to slip ort and others of tho
arbitrage group, such as Heading and
rertnsjlvnnla, also showed sllgt.tly reac
tionary tendencies, purely local shares
ruled steady, mid In the case of Phila
delphia Electric n substantial fractional
advance was established, tho slock mak
ing n. now top price nhovo 24. Fnlmiottnt
Pnrk Transportation sold oft to and
Lehigh Valley Trnnslt common wetlt
from iff to llli. On thn other hand, Koy
stono Telcphono wnu'wanted at 144. Elec
tric Stornge at 44 nnd United CJas at 82.
Philadelphia Itnpld Transit was watched
with some Interest owing to tho death of
Itobort A. Ualfour. Mr. Balfour was ono
of the largest individual holders'Of Union
Traction shares, and as such steadily op
posed tho suggestion madd from time to
tlmo to pay up tho $32 CO due on tho stock
In ordor to bring tho par vnluo up to 460.
Today Union Traction was In supply at
.16. It is, of course not known what dis
position will bo mndo of these holdings,
but tho suggestion wns heard that It was
qulto possible a syndicate might ba
formed to tnko over tho shares providing,
of course, tho cstato In Inclined to liqui
More restrictions aro to bn removed
from the local Hat beginning Monday,
wlillo mtnlmums have been further re
duced In sdvoral of tho lenders, Including
Lehigh yalley, 6014; Pennsylvania, Bl;
Reading. 68; Lehigh Navigation, 70! Amer
ican Railways, S5; Baldwin, :6; preferred,
99; Cambria Stool, 33; Asphalt, 29; Penn
sylvania Salt, S5; United Qaa Improve
ment, 75, and Philadelphia Company, 32.
SALES IN PHILADELPHIA
Thurs. Clone, IIIrIi. Low. Cloae.
SO Alliance lraur . Ill
100 Am Best Sue
40 Am Gas UM
23 Com Iron 42
14 r.lec Storage .. 40
20 Falrmt I'k Tr. . 1
000 Key Tel Co ...1191
20 do pref (i.1
r. Lehigh Nnv ... Wi
.1 do t a 7StC
B Lehigh Val .... nvi
100 LelilBli Val Tr. . 11
io mo h-acmc ...
an North cent ..
141 Veiinn. H It.. .
2 Pcnna Kirn Inn
0J Kl 1-18 02?i
20 1'hlla Co cum pf .18
MOO Phi a i:leo
1.10 1 II T ctfn ..
Hid Ho Its (way .
nor. Ton Boi .......
.-. Ton Mln
350 1'iilon Traction
1.1 U G I
1(112 II K Hleel 44U
Total fifilca todav. Mil nhnrca. cornnare
with 18.1111 shares on Thursday; this weelc,
alo. Illeh, Loir. Close.
2000 Choo Okl gen Bs . . U.T1 H3Vi l3'-i
1O0U City 4s 1IH1 ..lOOTi 100S 10l ltVS
II0DU Key Tel 1st fi. 1)4 04U (14 IIIW
200i I.oh Nav cona 4a .. 87'-$ 87H 87tt
20OH 1'r rets 4ls WI.104H 104 104(J 104
4.1 rh Co ecrlp win no oo no no
S42 rh CO scrip 1018 80 80 80 SO
fWO l CABt L 4HsA 10Hi 10U4 101W
Soon Vclsbach Co 5 ROM 00 no tin
Total aalea today. S4I1,:I81, compared with
S15.50J on Thuraday; this week, 1208,403.
LOCAL BID AND ASKED
Today's Thuraday' a
Did. Aaked. Did. Asked.
Haldwln v.... 30 31 2nJ .11
do nref 100 lHi 00 100
Cambria Steel 42W. 4H-j 42W 4:n,5
riectrlc StornBO 4815 40 48'5 43
Gcnerrtl Asphalt 3D .. 30
do pret , .. HI
Keystone Tol 1IJ4 14J5 14 1.1
do t c 14 14tJ 11 IS
do pret C2$i 0311 01 tTIH
Ike Superior Corp. n .. o
Lehigh Nnv 70 7nu 70 7014
do t c 70 7(l4 70 7i5
Ihlsh Valley mi fitlji 07 7(i
Lehigh Valley Tr 14 J4ft 1414 lJi'i
do pref 27 28 27 28
Pennsylvania S2J4 M'i S2J4 M
Phlla Klectrlo 21 244 2311 24
1'hlla Co 31 .. 33
do pref 33 .. m
do cum pret T' .. 38
rhiin n t. w ioi4 lot; mu
iotc. tot? mil io? iofs
Tonopah Itolmont ?. SS 3.?:10 'S
Tonorah Mining 011-10 OH Oil lit.
Union Traction , 3.'., : 2?,
ITnltcl Clns Imp S2 82W 82H P214
17 S Steel AX5 41! VA
York nwys , J - ,
do pref 3J .i.'(4 a. 3.'y.j
NEW YOBK COFEEE MABKET
NEW YOItK. rob. 13. Tho coffee market
was quiet today, Future! closed unchanged
to 2 points blither. Prices follow:
Today's Today's Thursday's
Opening. Close. Cloa.
February . liMflBrsi B n.1r..r.
starch ? .... b oon.os R.nsiss.eo ii,b1(3.i.bo
Vnrii n.n7n.i.7n nww.iTo Bn7.ftS
May ...!.. 5 7IIHBRI B.7RHB.80 B.7(WrB.78
Juno ...... HWa n,7HfB80 B,70H.7R
July .... B.M1I8.00 n.MB.wi n,snfl8n
Aiiraist .. ono nn2firo.ni itn?iai
Hentember. . II 01IM7 02 im!l7 0n It D!ia7.00
Octooer ... 7.II1B7 111 7.0IWT7.07 7 O17.r0
November. T.inB7.ir. 7 117.14 7 117.12
pJcrmt-er.. 7.20S7.25 7.2087.21 7 1SST.10
Total .ales. 17,000 baes.
NEW YOBK BUTTEB AND EQGS
NnW YOItK. Feb 11. BUTTKn quiet and
easier: recelnta, 7442 packages: creamery, ex
tra, 32140330.: special market. 8JliS4o.;
State dairy, tuba, 23f32e,; imitation cream.
ery. flrata. 21W20C. .
ICGOa unnettUd and lower; receipts, 88.12
cases: nearby white, rancy, S4c: nearby
mled. foncy, 2S02515C.; freth firsts, 21
MEARS & BROWN
CITY ANI BUIliniDAN 11KAX. ESTATB
1'roperttea Managed Rents Collected
Insurance and Alortsrages Placed
T.lati on application
. 202 South 15th Street
THE VILLAGE QUEEN WUXTRA U ALL ABOUT THE ATTEMPT ON
-,.-.MaaaBasssBjaisaaBsaia.aSBaaiarsxp.BeBaB smssm -- -fc, a a
NEW YORK BANK STATEMENT
Reserves Decrease More Trian Four
NtfflV YOItK, Feb. 13.-A decrease of I4.lt.
230 In actual reserves was shown In lha atal
menl of the New York Clearing .Rouse bank!
for Ihe tlve-day week Juat passed. Actual loam
n-v!,rBJ wlva . .Heavy lncreaaa In deposits.
Total demand ceposftii wero $2,lS.78(),CO0:
total loins, ,1284,804,000, nn.l nsgrtgata r.
serve, 5tS,0t0,O00. petalls follow'
Clearing House members, average
Loans. Increase ,.,,', ,, 2S,fXW,000
I'cposlld, Increate ..,,,.,, ,,, 2i,P1?,o00
lime dtpoalta, Inereas ...., ...... 1,p07,ono
"'"'rve. decrease ,, .., 4.00u,46
Clearing ltouso Aembers, actual ,
Loans, merras. ,..,..... J2I, 710000
lleposlii, incrtasd , ,, ,, 22,ll,noo
T.me depoilta, Increase ............. 810,000
neaerves, dtcreaae ....,.,,... ...... 4,118,2.10
Commercial failures In tho United States
this week (ftvo days) numbered 435,
against 313 during tho corresponding week
last year. In Canada tho failures wero 51,
against 40 last year.
The Wabash Railroad nolo Issue for
Jl,3i5,0CO has been approved by tho courts,
A heavy demand upon tho wire mills of
the Pittsburgh district has resulted In an
advance being ordered In wlro and nail
prices amounting to (1 a ton.
Tho returns of tho trust and savings
fund companies of Philadelphia, as made
to tho Htnto Banking Commissioner under
date of January 25, 1915, show total capi
tal of $14,697,743; surplus and undivided
profits, (84,795,913; deposits, 419,866.240:
loans and Investments, $146,456,400. Tho
figures arc notablo In that tho total de
posit item Is within $1,500,000 of the
amount reported a year ago, wlillo tho
loan Item differs from Its amount at the
earlier dato by only about (2,500,000,
Tho annual report ot tho American Iron
and Steel Manufacturing Company shows
undivided, profits of (3,507,321, against
$2,713,643 in 1913. Tho report stutes that
decreased demand, with very low prices,
wns a fenttira of tho cntlro year. A loan
of $500,000 was made on account of tho
electric steel plant.
Tho gross earnings of 37 railroads for
lho fourth week ot January were (H,
161,848, a decrease, of (2,950,633. For 45
roads tho earnings wero (53,327,005, a de
crease of (7,559,766.
Tho annual report of tho Hercules Pow
der Company shows gross earnings In
creased $287,000, and tho net Increase
$27,613. Tho surplus after proforred divi
dends was (1,023,665, equal to 14,32 per cent.
on common Btock.
Now York banks lost (85,000 to tho Sub
treasury Thursday, and since piovlous
The visible Btipply of cotton this week
Is 10,584,458, against 10,198,955 last wcok and
12,053,174 last year.
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS
CHICAOO. Feb. M.-dlOas-nccclpts, 10.000;
market BS10c. higher; mUed and butcherH,
0.5oao.0.1: good heavy. $!.5.1il 00, rouh
heavy. $0.40$U.fir: light, $0,3530.03; plga,
I5.WMN1 4o: bulk, $0.80n.(H).
CATTLK Receipts, 300; market steady;
beaves. I1.23V8II0; cows and hellers, J.l.'-'.Vl))
7.20; stookers and feeders, Jl.JOiilllO; Tcxana,
su.2i7.40; calves, $0,000)10.00.
SHBUl Receipts. 40ixi; market steady:
natlvo and western, $4.5037,10; lambs, SS.40
EBIE BONDS ALL SOLD
Announcement was mado this afternoon by
Pr'iel fc Co., and tho Guaranty Trust Coni
lui)' of Now York, that tho Uauo of S7,4O0,0C)
rliet mortgnge bonds of tho Krle snd Jersey
Railroad Company, offered by them, hao
ueen sola, ilio oonas are cue in iuuo.
NEW YOBK CXJBB
Rrltlsh-Amerlcan Tob old...
Ilrltlsh-Amerlcan Tob new.
Otis Elevator pref
Tobaco Products pref
United Cigar Stores
United Cigar Stores pref..
United Profit Sharing
. 3 l.'-lO
MINING STOCK QUOTATIONS
Jim Butler M .70
MacNamara 01 ,00
Midway 00 .08
MUpath Extension 21 .20
Montana 30 .42
North Star 14 .1.1
Tonopah Ilelmont 3 0-10 MJk
Tonopah Kxtenslon 25. 214
rt 11.10 !i
Atlanta 28 .21)
Hluo Bull 00 .07
Ronth ?l ,32
IlulldOB OJ ,0.1
C, O. U 0.1 .0.1
Comb Frac ,07 ,0S
Plamf V B 02 .04
Palsy "J 'as
Florenco ..,,..... .04 .ivi
Qoldfleld Consolidated J1.0'10 A
Oolddclil Merger 27 .29
Jumbo Bxlenslpn 87 .J8
Kowanas ." -!
Oro to .12
Sand Ken "J -Jl
Silver Itek 00 .07
Fairy Aateo 91 "'
Nevada Hill .
, 28 ,31)
Atlaa Towder Company. 114 per cent., pay.
able March 10 to stockholders of record Feb.
"oenerai Ulectrlo Company, regular quarterly
$2. payable April 15 to Btock ot record Feb
BEAD ESTATE FOB SALE
The Highest Point in Logan
13th at. and Bomsrvlllo ave. (S400 North);
2-story modern and semidetached homes, 0
rooms; built by dayi work. Thla ia a very
retry part oi a.s..i ..u nuv.v ..mt. .v
F. & E. AUBEL dyi&8:,B,a
GRAIN AND FLOUR
WHEAT. tterelpta, 100.40(1 bushels. The
market, ruled weak and So, lower under boarian
speculation In all home grain centres. 4UO
tatlonst Car lots, In eltport elevator No. t
red. spot and February. (l.ROttl.eil No--8 r?2'
Western. ,11.0161.00! No, 1 northern Duluth,
COIIN. hceelpta, 711.073 bushel". . The
market was quiet but ilMriy under, modcrato
oftorlngs. , Quotations) ,Car lots, In "P'J
elevator-No. 2. spot and February, BOJTSOlJc.l
steamer. TOUSOc.1 No. .3, 7871f. Car lots
for local trndo, to locallon-NO. 2 yJ ow,
new, 8408114c.; steamer yellow, now, 83eKIVte.t
NO. a yellow, new, R03S1C.I mpln yellow,
new, 74SJ77c : new cob, per 70 lbs., 83fl80c.
OATH Receipts, SflO.809 bushels Tf;
was quiet, but offerings were only moderate
and values ruled steady. Quotations! I?,-
white. OVMJ0314C,: standard white, 0404Hc,
No. 8 white. (SlKflOtc. . M ....
JtYK. Supplies, were email and prl
ruled steady, but ttado was quiet. quote
at t.2Hit,27 par bushel, as to quality. In
export elevatori nnd at (l.lSfll.CO (or eml
lots of nearby grain In bngs.
KLOtlll. Tteeelnln. 2180 bbls . 940.110 lbs.
In sacks. There was llttlo trading, and th
market ruled weak In sympathy wuh tho de
cline in wheat, Quotations, per. 100 in, in
ttond! Winter, clear, t7Q7.20! do., utralght,
4il. I'Mlulllvii quiet, nut eienuy, """'
small supplies. Wo niioto nearby and ,
ern, In wood, at (7O7.S0 per bbl., as to quality.
. The market quiet and unchanged. Quo
tatlons city beef In sets, smoked nna
alr-dried, 2320c: Western beef, In sets,
smoked, 2Sitj 20c. s do. city beef, , knueUlej
and tenders, smoked snd alr-drled, 3i
2io.: do, Wfslern beef, kmicklejt ond
13410.; io,? do., smoked. iaU013Hcl .other
name, smoked, elty cured, as to orana n.m
average. 14lll4e.; hams, smoked, Western
Pickle, according to average, loose. lOHBtJp'!
breakfast bacon as to brand and average, city
curort, ltflUSc; do.. Western cured, 17Q18o.:
inA tly.s '.ll..l lla.aiia 11ffl1lif (IO.
do., tubri, UAimct do., pura ctty.
rendercci. In llercfd, HQItr ; do., ptiro city
KfMtin VAnAfA IH tltKat 1 1CTl 1 t.e.
.Trade slow, but market Bteady Quota
tions! standard granulated, B.BOc.i nno granu
latod. 3 73o., pondered. OROc.t confoctlonera
. u.uuc. . eon Erases, 4.iMjqi..AK.
nUTTEIL demand light and prices 30.
tower, under goaeral proaauro o sell. Quota
tions! Western, fresh, solid-packed creamery,
fancy, specials, 34c; extra, 32c. i extra Prsts,
tile; firsts. 20830O.S seconds, 2iB37q.; ladle
packed, 212c., as to quality; nearby prints,
famry, .13c.; do., average, extra,. 34c: op.,
firsts, innale.: do., seconds, 2iVS2Se.; special
brands of prints Jobbing nt 40042c.
KCION were In fair roqucat and steady,
with supplies well cleaned up. Quotations! in
free caaos, nenrby, extras, 20c. rcr rtosoni
nearby prHts, $7.80 per standard case; nearhy
curiuut receipts, $7.03 per cosoi Western, oxtra
nrsts, $7.80 per case.; do., firsts, $7.03 per
cataj Southern, $7 nuui.OS per tnse; fancy se
lected candled trcah egga wero Jobbed at 31
;wo. per noien.
Olir.Y.HK. Export demand rair ana mar
ket firm under llaht offerings. Quotations!
New York full-cream, fall make, choice. 171ic;
do., do., fair to good. 18H17c: do., oo , cur
rent make, 13',c.; do., part skims, 8813c.
I.IVK The market quiet and eaalenwlth
rainy uoerai oiierings uuoiaiions; ruw.,
IBc; eld roosters, lljMllic : chickens, soft
ited. 149IBe.l do,, stngay. 121if13c; turk-
14.117c.; ducks, Italic: geeeo, I.1W17C. ;
guineas, as to quality, per pair, 4&S33c. ;
pigeons, old. ner pair, 22if23c.; do,, young,
per pair, i.wiftc.
PRESSHD. Choice stock well cleaned up
nt firm prices. Quotatlora: Fresh-killed fowls,
12 to box, dry-picked and dry-packed 43elo:tcil
heavy, 20c ; weighing 4SB lbs. apiece, 10c.:
weighing 34ffl. lbs. apiece, 18Slc.: weighing
3 lbs. apiece. lOMftlVc; under 3 lbs. apleco.
14W11IC.; fowls, bbls., dry-picked and dry
packed Western, wolghlng 4rr lbs. apiece,
1814c.i do., do., 3W lbs.. 17W18C.: do., do.. 3
lbs. and under. U10c,: old roosters, dry
picked. 140.! broiling chlckena Ncorby. I
llw apiece. 2223o.; do, fair to good. 18J2gc.:
Western, 1WB2 lbs. apiece, 2022o.: do., fair
to good, 14aiSc; chickens, dry-picked and dry
packed, in boxes Milk-fed. 31 to 3 lbs. to dm.,
17c; mlllc-fed. 87 to 43 lba. to doz.. I7c.;ni Ik
fed. 4't to 47 lbs. to dos., 17c; mllk-fed, 48 lbs.
to d07 lf)c.; mllk-fed, 00 lbs. nnd over. 20c.;
corn-fed, 31 to 12 lbs. to dot.. lBOlDHc! corn
fed, 43 to 47 lbs. to doz., IBc.; corn-fed, 48 lbs.
Io doa., 18o ! corn-fed, (V) lbs and oyer. Inc.;
chickens, dry-picked and dry-pocked. In bbls
fit looted heavy. lo : WcBtern, corn-fed, 5 lb;,
and over, 18o. 1 Western corn-fed, 4 lbs., 17W
1714c; Western, corn-fed, 314 lbs., IBVjC,
Western. orn-fed, 2!43 lbs, llrl5a.; tur
keys, dry-ploked nftd drv-acked fanoy near
by, 22c; do, Weatorn, 22c: fair to good, 183
20c; old toms, in20c: ducks, fancy. In boxea,
liBlSc. do., ordinary to good. 12ffl0c . geeea.
nearby, 12814c; do., Western, 10012c:
equabs per dor. White, weighing 11 to 12
lbs per tloz.. fl.80(S'.1 40; white, weighing 0 to
10 lbs. per dor., U 2IHT4.70, white, weighing 8
lbs. per doz.. S3 30(91,7.1: do., do., 7 lbs. per
do3., $38.1 23; do., do., flffley, lbs. per doz., 13
2.10: dark and No. 2, 60ctl 30.
Offerings fairly liberal and tho market quiet,
and barely steady Quotations: Applea. Now
York, per barrel Greening. J2SJ2 60; King. H
2 60; York Imperial, spgs.rjO; Ben Pavia,
Philadelphia., Pa.. Feb. 12. 1015.
A apeclal meeting of tho Board of Inspectora
of the Penitentiary for tho Eastern Olatrict
of Pennsylvania was held at tho Penitentiary
on the ahoe dato at two (2) o'clock, p. m.
for tho purpose of taking action on tho death
of our fellow momber. Robert A. Balfour.
Tho following minute wa unanimously
"Tho board desires to put on record an
expression of Ita high appreciation of the ster
ling integrity and moral worth of the char
acter of their associate. Robert A. Balfour,
deceased February 11, 1013. Ills faithful serv
ice and personal and conscientious devotion
to tho welfare ot this Institution have been
untiring and most notable.
"Ills generous sympathy with those In prison,
and their families, made him a ready and
willing helper in all practicable ways for their
"His business experience and familiarity with
the conduct of affairs made him a aluable
member of the board, snd capable of rendering
wise und efficient oervlce.
"The board would give eoma expression of Its
sense of the great loss sustained by his death,
and pxtend to hl family the deepest assurance
of sympathy In their bereavement,"
It la directed that a copy of this minute
be furnished tho family of 'Mr. Balfour, and
also be Inserted lh tho dally papers.
OHARLES P. HART, M. D.,
Secretary of Board of Inspectors.
NOTIOK IS HKnKIlV OIVKN THAT TUB
partnership heretofore exlatlng between
Thomas K. Ashdale, Elsie Graulch and J. O.
Drmpser, trading aa Aahdala nirachery, at
Levsrlngton and Wilde streets, Manayunk,
pas this day been dlaaolved by mutual con
Bent. All amounts due to aald partnership
are payable to and all amqunts due by said
partnership will ba paid by Ashdale Pleach
ery, Levsrlngton and Wilde streets, Mana-
yUn ' THOMAS E. ASHDALE,
J. C. DEMPSEY,
February 12. 1015
DIRECTORY OF ACCOUNTANT
Certlfled Public Accountants
UURNB l, SPEAKJL1AN
Audits. InveatUatlona, Financial atatsmsata.
e..M(ai..ini .no., paieni, ii.iai wuonr,
straight. Julo sacks, ?f.837,73; .do., patent.
Jute sacks. 7.70fl9i spring, Hrst, clear,.0.1JIW
71 do., atraight, J7B7.2.ii j patent. (7.B34J Si
do. favorite brands. $8 IMtR DO! city mis,
choice and fancy patent, 8.25ia8,0Q: city mills,
regular grades winter, clear, S7?7.2BS do.,
straight, S7.2.W7 7l do., patent, M.7BfI8.
JJfti Picnic ahouldW. B. i. cured. Jyo.
miii;.: nn.. imriMfi. iimici u-iii
lt.604HTr Spy. Ci.T54j2.so; lUMwIft,.. .W
3.50; other, gooA Jatlnf Tarlfties, 1 lmm
meaium, flisj w; apples, western, per w
trapefruit, Florida, per box, Itttij.Pinrjpple".
per crate-Porto . ITleo, laNHji.Wi, .Florida,
I2JJ2.30) cranberries, fahy 1at varieties, per
barrel, $1 6034.60: eranberries, Jrey, Pr
crate. GOW7S0.I pears. New jforlc, Klffer, per
!?Ir"' 1C3 atrawberTlea, Florida, Pr quart,
.Trade oulel and prices favored biiyrra under
liberal offerings. Quotations! White rota
$o. rer hulh. Penna.. 60KW.t Maine., r.K
Wo t N. Y as to quality. 4frtf0e.l while. Pta.
toes, Jersey, per. basket, BOfMrtat sweet pot,
toes. Pel,, per hamoer Largo, JklH.2Si me
rtlum.MpTBci sweet potatoes, Easterri shore,
per bbl. No. 1, 2tt2 7.1i No. 2. Ii K21 li
swecia. .Tersey. per bbl.-No. 1. M.ISft.lBO!
No;2. Sif5.Mi sweets, Jersay.rr basket.
(Winoc.: onions, per bushel, Cw70t: do.,
ellolco, per.lOO-lb, bag, l,13fM..2ni do., tne
dlum. per loo-lb. bar, lt do., .seconds, per
I!?2i,.'-..bfl,;'..'r,a'' cabbage. Banish, rer ton.
13(114! cauliflower. N Y.. per rmlo flOl.tsi
eplnsch, Norfollf, per bbb L352: kale. Nor
folk, per bbl,. 758830.: lettuce. Fla., br ba-
ket. J24i beans. Fla , ror basket. I(ffl!
Via., pjr basket, I2.IW4I esgoUnt, Pin., per
IIBOiH; squash. Fla., per basket. IS.2VJT3
perpers. Fin,, per carrier, HSM.BOi beets.' Fla..
per 100 bunches, i 4M; tomatoes. Kla.. per
choice, JlsMi celcrv.
Fla.. per crole. Sl.iSfM: do.. N, V., ror
bunch. 8BOC0e.: mushrooms, per 4lb, baskat,
NEW YOBK COTTON MABKET
Nr.W TORIt, Fob. 18.T-Traalng tilths cot
ton market was somewhat active thli morn
ing, but the tone was barelv steady, with
prlcea from six to elaht points lower. The
feeling, however, was somewhat better and
there was a good aeneral demand for October
from Wall street and tho West. Foreign In
terests brought the near months and sold tho
far .tetnerles. Offerings wore falrlv free.
Thur.cToee. Open, High. Ixw. Clore,
March ....... 8.00 MO I-4S "
Dlay ....... 8.81 8.78 8.7 8 M g.OJ
July POO 8P3 8P3 883 8 80
October ....P.24 n.1n P.1I) li.lt n.12
IPecember ... 0.40 0.32 0.32 P2fl P.2rt
-rKaner, kjm: cm
per crole. Sl,S8fi2!
In London today bar silver was quoted at
S2 11-10 pence per ounce, unchanged. , New
York commercial waa quoted at 4SU cents por
ounce, off 14 cent.
BALPOUIt. On February 11, 1915. ROB
EP.T A., son of Margaret Brown and ths
late Alexander Balfour. Relatlvea and friends
of the family, also Equity Lodge. No. Jul,
F. and A. M are tespectfully Invited to at
tend the funeral aervlcea on Monday, at
13:30 p. m. precisely, at hla late residence,
S33 East Penn at.. Oermantown. Interment
private, at Rockdale Calvary Cemetery. Aleo
services In Rookdala Calvary P. E. Church
at 8 p. m. Automobile funeral.
BATTIN On Second Month 13th, 1015, at
tns Pome ot nis son, u.njanun r. "'"':
flwarthmore. Pa., 18AAC UATTIN, In hla
84th ear. Funeral at MUlvllle, Pa., on
Third-day, the 10th Inst.
I1I.ACKMANN At Lanadale. on February
31. 1013, EMMA U (nee Mojer), widow of
William Hlackmann. Funeral from 2010
South 10th at., nt 1 p. m on Monday.
February IB, 1B13. Interment private at
IlOUINE. On February 11, 1015. at. Tama
qua. I'a., JOSEPH M husband of itabel w.
Bodlne, In hla 34th year. Relatives and
frlende, also Tamoqua Lodge, No. 302, IJ. I .
o. E., aro lnl(ed to attend the funeral aerv
lcea on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock pre
cisely, ot tho parlors, of Morris Rosenberg a
Son. 2000 N. Broad. Interment private.
nOKClEH .On February 10, 1013. JACOR
DOROER. husband of Elizabeth Borger (nee
Llpp). Funeral on Monday, nt 8;JO a. in.,
from 1420 Tnsker st Solemn Requiem Mass
nt St. Alovslus' Church, at 10 a. m. Inter-
inert private at Jlost Holy Redeemer ceme
tery. DOrmVICK. On February 11, 1013. ELIZA-
Mn..TMI Ii n.fnn. nt .Tnl.n II. llOStWlCK.
Funeral services on Monday. February IB, nt
11 '30 n, m., at her late residence. 010 Had
cllne at.. Urlatol, Pa, Interment private.
BUIUC On February 12, 1915, MAHY A..
daughter of tho lato Michael and Margaret
Ilvrk. Funeral on Monday, at. 8:3il a,, m.,
from the parlors of 8. P. Frankcufleld sons,
MOO vine at, Hlsh Mass at tho Church of
Our Lady of Victory, nt 10 a. m. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery. ,,
CAIN. At her late residence, 1330 South
Blst St.. February 12. loin JENNIE 11 .
dat'ghter ot Mlnnlo and the lato William p.
Cain. Iuo notice of tho funeral will bo
CAMPBELL. On February 12, 1013, at his
lato realdence. 414 South 13th at., Philadel
phia. PR. GEORaE N, CAMPBELL. In
terment at Hopklnsville. Kentucky.
CLARK. At St. Petersburg, Fla., on Febru
ary U, 1011, JOSEPH O., husband of Adele
Near Clark and son of tho late John S. and
Catharine M. Clark. Relatives and friends
are Invited to attend the funeral services, on
Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at the
apartments of Oliver H. Balr, 1820 Choatnut
nt Interment private.
PONAVAN. On February 10, 1015, WIL
LIAM J., husband of the late 8arah J.
Ponavan. Funeral services on Sunday, nt 10
a. m at 1010 West Glenwood nve. Inter
ment Hillside Ceinotery, Funeral car.
DOUHLF.IIOIVEII. On February 10. 1015.
FRANCIS T.. husband of the lato Susan
Poublehower. Funeral on Sunday, at 2 p. m..
from his slater's residence, 1017 North Amer
ican st. Interment Mount Morlah Ceme
tery. PUFFY. On February 10. 1015. ANNIE St.,
wlfo of Charles Puffy and daughter of John
and Bridget Uasaldy. Funeral on Monday,
February 15, at a a. m , from 1 17 Green
wich at. Solemn Moss of Requiem at Church
of the Sacred Heart, at 10.30 a. m. pre
cisely. Interment private, Holy Cross Ceme
tery. FERI.EV. On February 12. 1015. MARY
REfltNA, daughter of tho late John T, and
Elizabeth .Mllllgan Ferley. I'untral on
Monday, at 8:30 a m , from Red Bank av..
National Park. N. J Requiem Msaa at St.
Mary's Churph. Olouccstsr. N. J., at i0 a. m.
FRANk'eL. On February 11, 1015, AARON,
husband of Hnttla Frnnkel, Funeral on Sun
day, at 2 p. m., at the parlors of Emmanuel
Asher St Son, 1002 Diamond st. Interment
OALIuOAN. On February 12. 1015, JAMES
F , husband o tho late Margaret Gatlagan.
Funeral on Tuesday. 8:30 a. m . from 2H.14
Belgrade at. Solemn Requiem Maas at tlw
Church of the Nativity, n V M., at 10 a,
ni. precisely. Interment Old Cathedral Cemo.
aAHBNKIl- On February 10, 1015, MARY
K., wife ot John J. Gardner and daughter
of John B, and Francis E. Shields, Funeral
on Monday. February 13, nt 2 p m., from
ber parents' realdence. 3K21 Unruh St.,
Tacony. Interment Magnolia. Cemetery.
aUEOORY. On February 12. LOUISA W.,
wlfo of John Gregory and oUngeat daugh
ter ot the Into Margaret and Phllln Fox.
Funeral on Tuesday, ut In. m. prjc ay.
nt her late residence. 213B North 27th at.
Interment at Hillside Cemetery
HAINK8. At Merchantvills, N. J., on Febru
ary It, 1015. BEUI.AH T. IIAINEH. daugh
ter of the late Gilbert II, and Surah A.
llalnes. llue notice of tho funeral will ba
HAMILTON. On February 10. 1015. MAR-
liAKJ&Tt who o( .v.i.iam iiamiiion inee
McLtod). Funeral services on Sunday, at 2
. m.. at ner l.l. reaiuvnce. iuo ionn
hadwlck it. Interment Northwood Cctne-
HAHTMAN. On February 11, 101B,
TQRFSA, widow of John Hartman. Funeral
on Monday, at 8.30 a. m., from 2330 North
Masoher st. Solemn Requiem Mass at St.
Boniface's Church, at 10 a. m. Interment at
Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery.
HKItJIAN On February 12. 1015, AMANDA
1., daughter ot ths late Rev, It. T. Herman,
nged 82 years. Funeral on Monday. Febru
ary 15, at 2:30 . in., at the lata realdence
of her niece, Mrs. .Mary A, Harvey, 1S22
Womrath St.. Frankford. Interment Kaat
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
lliLU On Wedneaday, Fabruary 10, 1015.
SUSIE A. HILL, widow of the late Joseph
Hill and daughter of the late Pavld U, Kerr.
Relatlvea and frienda are Invited to attend
the funeral aervlces, at her late residence,
463 Wast End ave.i New York ctty, on Sat
urday evening, at 8 o'clock. Interment pri
vate, in Oreenway Cemetery
HILlU- On February 12. 1015. PANIEI.
HILU Funeral on Sunday, at 1 p,r m. pre
cisely, at hla late residence. 40S Welsh at,
MR. PIDD'S LTFEIII!
av f4.s A IV I AHi1'gT4 1V
(vvaws - nnni (cmri
i.'.o.vil 30; apples, Delaware) ana i'ennsyiv
nisj.r'r hamper, fcoffeoe i lemons, per bo.
$21(4.73, oranges, Florida, per .box. JUM
2 an. teHrrln. ITIatMa. T.ee strno. S297S3I
Chester, PA. tnternient al Nerlh Cd4r Hill
r-emetery. Frankferd, PA . , ,
Fbrt.ari iiViMS. UAiicis,
t and Roto ifughe (ne. D6n.
Idence, 003 Weit Pauphln it.
son ot I'atricK
neliy), nt residence.
1KETON. Ort rabruary 12, at hr lals rest'
grnce,. noil. Nortn 2jst sr I'niiaoeipnia.
' n . daughter ofihe la. Wlllla
lf.tnti. feuneral on Tuesdav. FA
It, at 2 p. m.. at the. residence , ofL Mi
rothr. NeUin lreton, 024 Berkley at,. Cain
en, N, .t, interment prlTate at New Cataoei
ONKS-On Sunday, the Tth day of Feb
ruary, 1015, at PenVer, Col.. Mis ANNA
R. JONES, daughter of the 1st John TV and
uza jonna, area io years, interirent pit'
vat at Mount MorlsJv Cemetery.. Pnilaael
Phla, on Monday. February 16, at 11 o'clock
KINCKNERe On February 10.. 1915, fclVA
MOIUIETTA. daughter of W'atter A. and
Margaret Klnckner (nee Simpson). Fun.ral
services on Sunday, at 1 p. m. preelssly at
the realdenre of her parents. 31.10 North 8tH
st Interment private, Northwood Cemetery,
lEE On Fabruary 12, 1818, JOJIN P.. hus
band of Cornelia Lee,, Funeral on Tuesday,
at 2 p, m., from his lata residence. 481
Hermitage st.. , Roxboraugh. InUrmtnt
I.RVr,nXMO, On February 10, ly18r
SAMUEL U son of Mary A. and the late.
Oement Levering. Funeral on Monday, at
2 p. m., from his late residence. 6740 Rlagft
ate. Interment Leverlngton Peniatery.
LEWI a On February 12, 1016. at her late
realdence. 3710" North 8th st,. MAItY. widow
of Pavld J. Lewis. Funeral on Wednesday.
at 2 p. m.. at (he M. 13, Church, at Wll
llamstown. Paupnln County. Pa. Interment
nt Church Grounds.
MeCUMUN On February 10, 1S1B. AT.B3t
ANPBR. husband of the late Ann MeCulkln
(nee Claffy), Funeral on Monday, at 8 a. m.,
from 147.1 North 33d al. Solemn Requlam
Mnes nt St. Gregory's Church, at 9:30 a, in.
ireclsely, lntermvnt Cathedral Cemetery,
McFAUDEN. On February U. 1615. Dr.
JOHN J. McrADPF.!, huiband of Caroline
McFadden., Relatives and friends are In
vited to attend the funeral on Monday. Fab
ruary 15, at 8.30 a. m.a at hla late realdence,
6000 Cedar avenue. West Philadelphia.
Solemn High Mats of Requiem at the Church
nt the Transfiguration at 10 a. m. preclrslyi
Interment strictly private, at Holy Cross
Cemetery. Remains may be viewed on Sun
day from 7 p. m. to 10 p. m. . .
MeOnATHOn February 10, 1015, J0HM
T,, son of Susie and thai late Thomas Me
Dralh. Further notice of tho funeral will be
given, from his late residence. 6249 Jitter
McKENDRICK. On February 12. 1015.
THOMAS .!.. aon ot the late John and Mary
f Mrtf n,tr1rlr. tei.nAmt nn Tt4mnnv. at
S'30 a. m from 2at2 South Hicks at. High
it Requiem nt St. Monica's Churcli. at
lit h rn
In.AmUkn, ll-lv Cmmm Cnni.l.rV
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lri.l.P.M MniinAM. later nl .tniot.h MofaSn.
Funeral on Monday, at 7:30 a. m., from her
late residence, 846 Armat at., Oermantown.
High Maas nt St. Vincent's Church, ,at B
a m. Interment New Cathedral Cernatery.
MORRIS. On February 12, 1015, WIL
I.IAM MORRIS, huaband of tho late Mary
Morris and son of the lata Rodger and Marv
Mori Is. of County Tyrone, Ireland. Funeral
on Tuertav, at 8 a, m.. from 1017 Oerrttt
rt. Solemn High Mass of Iteaulora at St.
Thomas- Aquinas' Church.. at 0:80 a. Tn. In
terment at Nw Cathedral Cemetery,.
BIULIJN. At his laU residence. Ijowry'i
lane, Roeemont. Pa on February. 12. 1915.
JOHN MULLIN. Due notice ot the funeral
0'i)ONNr?LL. On February 11. 191B. MARY
A. O'PONNELL. Ths relatives and friends
are Invited to attend the funeral services,
on Slonday morning, at 8:30 o'clock, at her
late residence, 4122 Olrard ave. Requiem
High Maes at 10 o'clock In Our Mother of
Sorrow. Church. Interment private.
rilARO On February 12, 1016, CHARLES
ALLEN, huaband ot isabella IJ. Pharo. Fu
neral on Tuesday at 1:30 p. m., front 6117
North American st,, Olney. Interment
KAfTEKTY. On February 11, 1813,
PAN1EL. huabjnd of Sarah ttalterty.'
Funeral on Monday, at 7:30 a, m., from 1700
North Waterloo at. High Mass at St.
Michael's Church, at 9 a. in. Interment
v-u. r-ntVirfrAl f'.m.t.rv
RlUDLi;. On 12th Inst.. I.YPIA C. widow
ot Samuel Riddle, In her 77th year. Funeral
services on Monday, at 10:80 o'clock, at her
lato residence, Glen Riddle, Delaware County.
Pa, Interment private.
IIOPIIICK Suddenly, on February 11. 1015.
at hla late homo, Missoula, Montana, RICH
ARD AUSTIN ROOR1CK.
SALES. On February 12, 1015. THERESA,
widow of William Salua. Funeral on Sun
day. at 2 d. in. sharp, from 27J4 West E)re
st. Interment Adath Jeshunm Cemetrv
SCOTT. Oa February 12, 1015, JESSIB A.
Hcott. wlfo ot George W. Scott. Funeral on
Monday, at 1 p. ro., from th residence," 80OI
Weet ffdsquelui.na ave. Interment private.
Ivv Hill remoterv
SCOTT-SONTGEN. On February 12, 1915,
ELIZABETH F SCOTT-SONTGEN. daughr
tor of Mrs Harriet W.-Scott. Funeral on
Tuesday, February 18. at 2 p, m:. from 302
East Main st., Moorestown, N..J. Interrtiant
ISHEL3IERPINE. On February 12. 1015,
Miss AGNES R.. daughter of, tho lato Dr.
Robert C. and Eliza ahelmerdlno. ad 87
yeara. Relatlvea and frienda are Invited to
attend the funeral services, at her lata resi
dence, 1717 N. 18th at., on Monday morning,
at It o'clock nrcclaely. Interment at Mllea
town M, E. Church Ground.
SISIPLEll. On February 12. 1815, ADA
LAWftON, wlfo of Dr. Herbert D, Simpler
and daughter ot Jnmei and Anna E. Cum
mines Funeral on Tuesday, at .2 p. m.
precisely, ot her late residence, 293U North
L'nth ut. Interment private west Laurel
SIMPSON. On February 11. 1016, HAROLD
F., husband of Emily Jennlnga and son of.
the late William and Elizabeth Simpson,
Funeral aervlcea on Sunday, February 14, nt
.t p. m at hla. late residence, Tullytqwn,
I'n. Interment Tullytown Cemetery.
SKETCIILEY. On February. 10.,. 1918,
HEOROn SKKTCHLU1', professionally
GEORGE HART, husband ot Oeorgspna,
Bketchley. Funeral services on Monday- at
2 p. m. preclaelv, at his late residence, 12SI
North 12th st. Funeral car.
H.MINK Suddenly, on 11th Inst., FRANK
A., huaband of Rose E. and eon of the late
laaao and Elizabeth Smlnk,. aged 81 years.
Relatlvea and frlonds. also Typoaxaphlcal
Union. No, 2. aro Invited to attend the fu
neral sorvices, on Sunday evening, at :30
o'rlock. at tils daughter!? residence BTSfl
Windsor place. Interment Monday, at Sharno-
SNYPEIt On February 12. 1013. JACOB
L. SNYOER. Funeral on" Monday, 'at 2
p m at hla late residence. 2221 North Fair
hill et, Interment private.
TAGOAitT. Died on February . 12. 3,015.
CAPTAIN JOSEPH TAOOART. In the Sltn
year ot hla age. Funeral will ba held from
bis lato residence, 732 Vernon road, Stenton.
on Monday, February IB. at 2 o'clock. Train
leavea Reading Terminal at 1:20 p. m.
Relatlvea and frienda ot the family are in
vited to the services. ....
TAYI.on On February 11, 1015, EMILT
M. TAYLOR. Funeral aervlces on Monday,
ut 2 p. m . at her lato residence, till North
lath at. Interment private. ,,,
TOLANU. On February 12. 1015. JOHN H
husband of Lvdla R. Toland.. Funeral on
Tuesdav. at 2:30 d. m.. at his late resfdance.
BIK14 McCallum at.. Ocrrnantown. Interment
xFtEDIOK. On February 11, 1015, ELLB
IIEULINGS TRED1CK. The relatives and
frienda are Invited to attend the funeral
services, on Monday afternoon, at 2 o'clock,
at her lata realdence. 208 West End -ave,,
Haddonfleld. N. J. Interment private.
WHITE. On February 13, 1015, ELIZA
BETH H WHITE, daughter ?f the. late
Georgo and Caroline 8. WW: Funeral .Will
b held at Old Pine Street Church, s. w. cor.
4th and Plna ats on Monday, February 13,
at 2 p. m. aharp. Interment , Lafayette
WlUTKIIOVflB. On February lli 1015,
MARY A., wife of Stmrn Whltehousa. Fu
neral on ttonday at 2 o. m.. from 3263 Locust
st. Interment at Fernwood Conete7
WILPF.MOItE. On February, 11. 1015, VIR
GINIA H., wife of Frank Wlldemore, Reia.
Uvea and friend, ars Invited to .attend the
funeral aervlces. on Monday afternoon, at 1
o'clock, at her late realdence, 148 Weat Lou
den at.. Uermantown. Interment private.
WOOII. On February 12, 1015, AG.NES
LOUISE, widow of Rev. Joseph Wood, Jr
Funeral on Tuesday at 11 a. m at har
late residence. 3.'U Karlham terrace. German
town Interment prlvut. . ,
YEIIKE8. At Willow Grove, Pa., on Febru
ary 11. 1913. OEORGE W.TERKEa Funeral
.ervlce. on Monlay. at 1:80 P. in. preclselr,
at Schuy ei. Broad and Diamond. al. In
terment at Wm. Penn Cemetixy
YOHT. On February 10. 1815, MARIA
ANNA YOST, daughter of William and
Maria Yost Inee Gciger). Funeral on Bun
day, at 1 P. m . from 2731 Frankford aiv,
Interment Hillside Cemetery, 'Via funeral ear.