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i Q f EVENING EDGERPHIL'ADELPBrfA, SATURDAY, BEPTEMBEB 10, 1914l ) wjv--' V' ' BRUMBAUGH PLEADS FOR STATE'S HONOR ON HISTORIC SOIL Pay s Glowing and Eloquent Tribute to Pennsylvania in Address at Paoli Memorial Celebration. i Dr. Martin G. Brumbaugh. Republican fcomtnoo for Governor, pleaded Tor fewer Jaws nnd for a strong cltl2onry ut tin- I 337th nnnlversary exercises of the Pnnii ' Massacre, held on tho battlefield at M.il i vern Station this afternoon. The exer cises weio held under the nueplns i tho Taoll Memorial Association In fr cf the monument erected many yinr nn over the burial place of the victims ' tho midnight assault on the troop- nf General Anthony Wane during the K-v - j lutlonary War. I "Ona of tno greatest Sift a 'nine j being can receive Is the Rift of eltis. n 'im I in this great American Republic," said ' doctor Brumbaugh. "In no place, i t . uu time or clime, has the world wltncsid the supreme sulrlt of democracj as it is i so Been here In tho Ctilted States In tlui beloved Commonvvonlth of Pennsjlvniuu. "Tho political strangle of the cntui , has been to widen tho circle of the mtn mon citizenry. On this spot men hnulc Hjr gavo their nil that a universal de mocracy with ft quality of civic rights for alt should bo the heritage of unborn tnllllons. "Countries, like Individuals, cm pros per only as they give gloriously their nest gifts to thoto who need them. It is becauso our forefathers pave so splendidly that we hae prof pi red so phenomenally. It is just as ner-essary loday that men should pivo their lives In service for the nation as it tver wjs. The man who loves his country honors It by living under Its laws, a decent, orderly. Industrial life. If any aie tn be denied a part in our civic piocedure let It be the lazy, tho willingly idle and the criminal. These ure unpitt lotie. They are not real American citizens. "The first test of a good citizen Is that he obeys the laws, not through rear but through sincere love for tho country whose laws he obejs. This lovt. roust be an intelligent love. It must bo based on a thorough knowledgo of tho great sacritlces of the past BEST CITIZENS NEED FEWEST LAWS. "Wo are always In danger of thinking our civic ills aro cured by legislative en actments. The best citizens need fewest laws. They know how to apply the gol den rule In their daily conduct, and c.ire llttlo for tho restrictive issues of public assemblies. The wonts citizen is always clamoring for much statutory support. The ttrong citizen could cheerfully forego much of tho agitation for new laws and glvo himself gladly and heartily to con duct of sucj a patriotic and noble char acter as to win the respect and support of. his fellows. "A few laws hinotly and Impaitlally applied will make for the progress of a people. Vague, intemperate, pr ip.ilslve and radical enactment" lead inevitably to confusion, distrust an I disaster. There lilioukT bo stability hi ordered procedure just as surely as In individual conduc t. .Legislatures should, like Individuals, he sure they ure right belore they go .ihead. "I am pleading for that type ut man who has respect for social and civ.c or der, who has tne courage to doubt wisely before acting, and who, when the right thing Is clearly visloned. will devote his merges, his fortune, his HI, his sacred Jionor to its accomplishment. When -would-be leaders cry 'L hero' or 'Lo there,' he will say 'Piove all things, hold fast that which Is good.' PENNSYLVANIA 3 ORKAT HISTORY. "There Is another matter that I wl-ah to present for a minute. When I taught school In Pennsylvania sears ago I be gan to learn 'he lesson that there was a great deal of New England and Vir ginia history m our M-hool. nj veiy little Penns!vanla histoiv, because those who had written the text books of our lublle schools the books von studied and 1 Btudled were men who knew the New England history and t.i- Virginia history, Jiut they did not know t'.e stoiy of Penn sylvania. Wo have not taught It to our i hlldren as we thouel "Gradually ther lvia to, come Into the consclenco of the people of this great Commonwealth the. tart ti.it, h. r in Pennsylvania we havf i history of the rounding of a colony aid the drvelup. jnieut of a i'ummniiwt.i in .1 stoiy oi splendid survice by men and women. That is .is tino and rpl'-ndhl .i any p. jple in tho world hove written Into the an-nal-a of time, and today, In thi polituul campaign, I rejoice that I am a reim sylv.mla boy, and tht t ou or cUiatns tf this gieat Stut I i.it ue ,tl: ou-iii to iave. "The morul of that ;-.illow n.. n an to speak 111 of your family, imi, bonis, your church, your town, our country', jvour l'nrnmoi.i!t i T ,ug it t ! the sacred thing! foi wlueh ym .und ond into which ou nhouhl be pMttlng the Tull energ of w.ur i..-t Pi.mhuod and tlnest womanhood, rtmi he m.in who l 'ailui.es tno Silali Hid ' i, ' : - ,. i.i. program of betterment .,f puny I, an tmomy of his rwopie anil a i- to- to I is (commonwealth "All tho peoplf of tl Weill have found n refuge, a home a hutn In J'enniylvanla, No man In- -er bmn liarrcd beeausa of ins patioi b.hv or hlfc creed at any tlmt. U 'ia. I. n t'.' imiat tolerant, tho must hninnif. the most jihi!anthro.ii State in all tin I num. its ' pages no.wure r-roj,i a !.,(, tor.' i,( I'trwi iiiirm or Moleii'H i , ,lf ;,.i iiiteniiingled. intermanivri i telned. anl. o uht to l piuiLj i,' i f :nili't nd n-e io it that trni. . ,. jlren. iii wll as ourSfUi- t i(.tl, with itspect and revwtntv i in- splendid, Ur of P-nnslvanla'n growth una ,j, . xeloprnTit and i.rgre' "I say that earnest . m oy r,nv, Tiecause it matters lit tne long .iniMla tiut little who hold oftit-e for n time in Pennsylvania; but It matters very much nliethrr a hol.v. -ii-itilld citien. snip s!u ! stand up and I'm lit (m- u splendid record, or wi.et'in- ty ,l,alj ftund by anil let it be tindu. cl and Its fair name dragged in tlie du-t IPHOI.D STATES HlJ.NOR ''I for one wnnt to trt-aiU to ou tie gospel of the splendor of our I'omtnon xvealth. of its inatclilrsu ln(ju8ti"ls. ttf gperb educational faillities. iu large Kgrlcultural outlook, Its grrat biu) glori ous manhood Ami I ! sou when you natn-j to vote t'J suppott the KWty. that more than any other has written th largest and iinghtest and host l'K into the annals of your state. 'If central Pennsylvania Mere Iu the fc'tate of SI tu ne or Vermont or New 3iampshlrc we would build railroads and run txcur&iou trains, to haul the people to look at It. Why don't wu optn our eyes to th liiagultlceut bsfltug-e that Ciod lias rained down lure upon us and iik out into the urcna of muuhuod aud J. 'Hcautiful Piuna K.io'a. I am proud uf her ,sht 13 mi native Siatt " lolon" Ne c ker sup int. ndent of the tl en iMls Sihool ami tin Kev l.wi A l'arsel were ttie other pesk- I t'"' vei is. ice GKn MUU tKUoo.bcyij, unicr I 1 shall r FRENCH INFANTRY SQUAD AND FLAG The French regiments arc divided into squads, each in command of a non-commissioned1 officer. The squad shown here is typical of the ones doing outpost duty along the great battle line. the direction of Colonel NVIbei-ker, gave a dill:. Members of Ouss Post, O. A. it.. also drilled and closed the exercises by d'enratlng the monument nnd ilrlng a salut". A throng of CHO persons attended the feervlcea and gave Dr. Urumtough an enthusiastic reception. The anniversary of the massacre Is Sunday, but the com tpittec in chnrge of the services selected today for Its observance. The spot on which 1.7) Continental ol dlers win. killed on September ai. 17TT, wn unmarked for forty years, save for a pile I of stones heaped over tliflr grnves. Ou September H, 1S17, tho P.epubllcnn Artiller POIl'T OF PHILADELPHIA Sun rises. Illcli Low water. HfN AND TIDKH r. fl a.m. I Sun sft ... l I""- piiiLAii:hi'iu.. water. lS.ni a.m. I HIkIi wntrr. 111pm j MiSn in ' Low watei.. '.'i I'.m. ItniUJY ISLAND ! HlRll water. 10 ot a m. 1 Illcli wnter.in 'II p.m. , Low water.. .-Jtia.m. I Lv wuttr. . 1 13 p.m. I UKUAKWATmi lllRh water. fiL'Ta.tn. I HIrIi wafpr. T 4 p.m. i Low wnter.. l:0Sa,m. I Low water., l.p.tn. Vessels Arriving Today rrnjpr JII (Nor.), Loosen, pvrltcj. J v esierpnara ,v in, ClLStln llrtlfn fltrl lint.. VI...I Vttnr. ists. aided "by m'nny cltlzeub ,.f Chester1 l:?,c;,'Se- ,,.18Pi ' ',,' nml and felnware Counties, ercited u monu- , merchandise, Iierchants and .MlnerV Tians- BUSINESS MEN KEEN TO WIN TRADE WITH SOOTH AMERICA porution I'omnnm. JIoMIcan, ci'Nell, Norfolk, mcrclianllje. ment to mark the spot on that occasion Major Isaac V. Ilarnaid dfllewnd an hlstorh' aceount of the event nn.l J.ev. uaviu Jones, men , inrtlan. Hu.lirens. Savannah and Jacks. .nvllle, SJ yi-urs ago. also gave a vivid account j tnerchan.li-, Merchants and .Miners' Trans- Vessels Clearings - j Prominent Firms Represent ed on Committee to Secure Business That War-Stricken Europe Lost. etc . tnervlundlse. Steamships to Arrive p.H.sn.amt Prom. 1 "ate. ept. .!-ept. in of the massacie und his narrow escape, lie was (.luplnln of tho regiment nnd was at Paoll on the eventful night. Twenty-thtee ucres were purchased by the military organisations of Chester und belitwnre Counties, nnd tor Jtats the grounds were used for mllltnry drills and parade. I'nch ear, until the civil War, the event was appropriately celebrated. The small marble shaft, erected In 1S17, was, howevo.'. murh battered and de spoiled bv vandals and relic hunters and during the Civil War tho monument and grounds were' greatly neglected, tint on September 20, 1ST", a larger and better monument w"as erectid netr the old one. This memorable anniversary celebra tion and raising of funds for the new monument was largely due to the ner tetlc eiforts of the late Doctor J. II. AVond. of West Chester. The new monu m nt bears the same Inscrljitlons as the original shaft, erected in 1S1T. A nnti ihu l-ifi 1 1 Ija nf Tiro hilitiir.n "-. entl Washington feeling that one ...ore 5jM5SVsV:::::Ssll!a5l?:? ..V.SSl IU effort, at least, should be made to pre- Maine London ... Sent "B v-nt the occupation of Philadelphia by ulderdyk Itotterdam . .'. ..Sent! so the British army of Oeneral Howe, after , Sailing1 Todnv retreating to Chester, massed his, ,,. -.,, v, T a . forces and took up a position in tho fS.4T&. Chester valley, and on the 16th of Sen- .puny. ' """" t0'"- timber marched to near Ooshen Meet- ..H'r ?ln! ,N'"r . lug House to give battle. nortatlon Lnmhni.i Altamnha, lnnst-n Tampn, port Arthur nnd Texan City, nivfcliandlae, Southirn Sie,inhli t ftmpany. ' Delaware. Prcnch, New York, merrlmniline, t-lN'ie I.lnt. AlKlers. Curry, Norfolk, vijuu jine. Na niA carthBiflnlun Clasgow Moneniinn f;i,isou- stamputia firnna Sept. is Dominion Liverpool .. .. Sept. 17 I'niJJGUT uWerdyk Itottcrdnm Ainteld k Rottonla in ?'alne Ixindoti .... Mnrt Putin Lonilnn ... .Man. Mariner Manchester Sept. ft Sept. 13 Sept. S Sept. 1'J Sept. IU Steamships to Leave PAssENann Name i,r. Ilaverfonl I-iverpool . Carthaginian Oliutnv ... stampalia Naploi Oct. I'llEIOUT Prominent business men In every line of commercial activity are Joining tho Foreign Traded Committee which Is be ing appointed n Philadelphia to outline a plan of business progression in South American countries. The appointment of this committee was decided upon nt a meeting held two weeks ago nt the Commercial Museums, Thlrty- Uuto. .Si.pt ID sept. ." u A terrible rainstorm rained the powder of the Continental army, and they were forted to give up tho tight, although a skirmish had taken place and several men wero killed. It was then, as the Urltlsh kept on the wny, that General Wayne was detached with a body of plrked sol diery to harass the British In the rear. Thi- band of patriots envamped In a se cluded spot on the 19th of September near the P.ioll nnd about semi-distant to Gen eral Wairen. He had carefully guarded the -ump. hot a Tory, whose name Is still In dispute, led the ..ir:,. d taohmelit of Colonel Ore British soldifrs by n circuitous route t-. the rump P.y somo moans the watchword of the Amoi leans for that night, "Here we aie and thire the go," had been learned and us. d. Tin nlcltets wen- bnvonted I and the small band of Americans, stir piis'd, were massacred. o. a. Newport T.tm,1t-MF, N-wM. iu;.. ; . ,- ' ..w., ..,,, t.cjujistirau ,v ron. i eir. soutn pa Itlr (nr.). Pro:tor, .ewa. Ii BtL.rurl & r-rt i.ffo:-?0'."" ".'I't.-h). Pllllppo, Rotterdam, I lI'dlanrt-Amerl.-a Line, i Sir. llaverfor.l ilir I. Mandun. Llerpool. -U , Quoensiown, Amerlrun Linn. t-"tr. Amelia i Br. i. Ulntiike, Port Antonio, I nltcd Prult Comisny. Str. CJuautl. o. TJuchtr. Boston. Mr. Imu an.1 Miners Trannportatlon fompanv Str. Ericsson. Willis. Baltimore. Krkss n I Line. . mr. linrailn L. Baker. Tomlin, - ., .v. u i. ummins at i-o. Yaracca. Sehr. MariorlM A Krencer. AndArunn. ltnatnn A. D. ciinunlns it Co Hi. Herndon. for Boston; Phoenix. f.,r nnn . an.1 Klmterton. for Portland rtn tow tux v i r toin i. O. II .IlaRerman. I!.!. i'ity of WanhlnBtnn, for Provl, lento fin t, w rui If.lward I.m'kenbaiJu. cialUv luvn CITY'S WORK MUCH HELPED BY NEW MOTOR APPARATUS Introduction of New Equipment Under Mayor Blnnkenburg. One of the principal achievements of the Blankenburg administration has been tho adoption of motor-driven fire appa ratus, motor-driven police vehicles nnd automobiles for jirompt and elllclent con duct of the city's nffalrs In other bu reaus, notnbly In supervision of highways and the water system. A report made public by City Controller Walton today shows that, Instead of the '11 cars In city service at the beginning of tho present administration, there are now Tl motor-driven vehicles devoted to city work. Thirty-two of these cars have been pur chased for the fire bureau of the city. Tho standard of the city's lire-fighting force, notoriously antiquated with its horse-drawn nppnratus at the beginning of tlio Blnnkenburg administration, is now Improved by the Installation of the modern gasollnc-drlvcn equipment. Additional protection hns been afforded agnlnt lire that will ultimately ljear tin rates. Ono big ladder truck. propelled by gasoline power, cost $11. 100. Compared to this present-day fire-lighting engine this apparatus In tho department at the beginning of the Blankonburg ad ministration wns of pigmy proportion. In the Bureau of Police ten motor dtiven cars have been purchased for patrol wagon duty In tho outlying sec tions. These greatly facilitate the regu lar visits of the police lieutenants of the dl'tnnt districts to police headquarters tn the City Hall. Distribution of tlieso cars In the cit tufltinnnA rtn Inenrn M-r '"N "KKl UC1U" spruce, wnen moro , mn,,ern nerai hook nm, tnnn JUW) business men gathered to deter mine how best to gain that trade in South America now being lost to foreign com petitors by reason of the war in Europe. So fur thero aro 41 persons who have slgnllled their Intention to serve on the committee. It is expected that at least 20 names will bo added beforo the mem bership has been filled. According to Dr. William P. Wilson, dlicctor of tho Commercial Museums, enthusiasm to a ir.atked degrco In the wo.k which the commltteo proposes to do Is manifested by the members. Kach man is a business expert Iu his line and all are anxious to advance the trade rela tions between Philadelphia nnd South America. J'p to date the committee Includes the following persons: Cha. Voughan. Duncan, Hood & Cn A. T. I'Veeman. John II. stetson Company. Thoa. Devlin, Thos. Devlin Manufacturing Cniiipaiiy. Wilson II. Brow n. Kdwnrd S. Jackson. Miller I.ik Compnn. Daniel T. I'iervo, tho Barter Asphalt Pav ing Company. w. P. Iiarba Mldvale stel company. Samuel B. rooman, S. B. Vrooman Com pany. FATHER ACCUSES HOSPITAL Sfiys Nurse Ordered Mother to Take Dying Child Awny, The charge that St. Agnes' ilospllal re fused to accept for trentment nil 11-month-old girl who hail been burned nnd that as a result the child died Inter In the ML Si.inl Hospital, wns mndo today by Emllo 1'olllcome, of 1723 Soiilli Eleventh street, father of the child, at the Coro ner's inquest Tho Infant was Mary Pelllcome. She died at tho Mt. Slnnl Hospital Septomber 17. Two or threo das prior to that date sho had been burned nt her home while her brother wns playing with matches, Chief Deputy Cot oner Sellers, who con ducted the Inquest, continued tho case until next Tuesday nnd announced that the nurse nt the hospital, who Is alleged to havo ordered the mother of tho dying Infant away, will be subpoenaed. Thej name or the nurso was not mentioned nt the henrlng. "That Is a very extraordinary state ment," snld Deputy Sellers, lifter tho father had told his story. "Are you sure nf the facta In tho cnso7" "Positive," said Pelllcome. "Doctors have told me since then that If the child had had nttentlnn nt first Ha life could havo been saved." Deputy Coroner John Mdhrlng, who made n partial linTstigntlon of tho case, testified that, nccordlng to tho hospital authorities, tho mother of the baby did not want to leave tho child there, but asked that It ho treated. Deputy Sellers then decided to postpone the Inquest and get the storv of the nurse. Dr. Joseph Walsh, medical director nt St. Agnes' Hospital, said today that he lini ordered a complete Investigation of the case. "I peronally do not know anything about It," he said. "I heard of the case this morning and have ordeied a complete Investigation. If there Is tiny truth In It, there Is n possibility that It may lrivc occurred because the mother refustd to follow ndvlco and leave tho child at the hospital for treatment, or because a nurse may have taken more upon herself than wns warranted and may have Judged the case not to bo a fit one for the hospital to accept " BABN AND CONTENTS BUHNED Fire Causes $7000 Loss on Farm nt Eddlngton. BRISTOL. Pa., Sept. 10. The lnigo barn nnd corn crib on the fnrm of Wil liam ti. Ludnscher. Buck road anil Bristol pike, Eddlngton, were destioyed by flro early this morning. Tho hiigo burn was filled with "." tons of liny, lnigo auantltlcs of rye, wheat and other fuim products. The loss Is estimated nt $7000. MATCH BUBNS FATAL Joseph McOtilrc. 3 years old, 113 Mountain street, who was jestorilny seri ously burned while playing with mutches, died this morning nt Mt. Slnul Hospital. BLEASE ASSAILS SUCCESSFUL RIVAL 'MP THE PRESIDENT South Carolina Governor Says Cotton Growers Were Deceived by Promises to Supply Means for Market ing Crop. Government Seed for Poor Farmers OTTAWA. Sopt. 1!. A million buMiuls of seed grain Is to bo furnished by the Government to farmers of the West whoso crop3 were a lnllurc this year. NEW TortK, Sept. 19.-aovernor Cole Tj. Blenso, of South Carolina, who re cently wns defeated as a candidate for United Stales Senator, Is seeing New York, Ho wns at tho Waldorf-Astoria with Mrs, Ulcasc yesterday. He came North to attend tho Great Council of Red Men In Portland, Me, In n conversation ho bitterly assailed Senator Smith, his successful opponent; President Wilson nnd William O. McAdoo, Sccrctnry of tho Treasury. Senator Pmlth, ho nssortcd, was ro-elccted by fulso rcpiescntatlons, nnd President Wil son nnd Mr. McAdoo ndmltted, ho said, that they lind deceived tho Southern Slates In the matter of financing tho cot ton growers. . Governor fileaso Is slightly built, with black hair and mustache, Ho was In n. gray suit, a biond-hrlmmed black soft hat, n red bow tie and a plnk-strlped silk shirt. Iu that shirt wns u dlnmnnd, screwed In tightly. There woro dlnmondi In his cuff links nnd n ring Hashed on a finger on his left hand. As ho chatted In characteristic fashion with a visitor ho was asked hy Mrs. Blease to hasten things, as she was bun- grv and wnnt?il to go to n thentre "There's tho leal Governor of South Carolina," snld Mr, Blease, "She's red headed. You know by Hint she Is Gov- ' crnor." Mrs. Blenso smiled and ngtiln suggeted hnsto to her husband. He wns niUerl what ho Intended doing after his term as Governor expired. "I Intend to return to tho practice of lnw," nnswered the Governor. "To the practice of criminal law, which I love. But when the next vnenney occurs In the United States Sonata I expect to bo elect ed to the ptnec." By that time Mrs. Blease was the more anxious for her dinner nnd tho theatre. Hownter. Governor Blenpe bad changed his mind, decided to give a 'statement, and dictated one, In which lie s.ild the man who defentcd him for tho Senate, known as "Cotton Smith," hnd "lied" when he told the cotton Stntrs he would guarantee that tho United States Government tinder tho Wilson Adminis tration, by virtue of the currency lnw, would Viiipply them with n hufllclent amount nf monej to mnrket their cotton crop or that they could put It In a cot ton warehouse and that they would be loaned nt 12'6 cents a pound sufllclent money to meet their running obligations. PORT OF IS'KW YORK INDEPENDENT REPUBLICANS OFFER DR. BRUMBAUGH AID Steamships to Arrive DUE TODAY. Nam. Prom Vlrjlnle Bordeaux . ,-..utnii ... rtutfrdain ... i 'unerta AnJk Steamships to Leave Hen Prominent in City's Affairs Indorse His Candidacy. i.uii pr rd nt R I ubllcans and men of all purtbs w 'io o. . up', hlg!i positions in the cin, (ominetrl.il mi tlnanvlal life of Pennsylvania, hue dallv been offering their iorii-s to aid the ami Wary of Dr. M.trtfn "1. Brumbaugh. Hepublican r.oml r ee for iiiivernoi, as members of the l,iuiiioaucli I'ltiaens" Committee. Addi tional i..uMrs of the commltteo, an r.r.'in -ed t nlav nt the Brumbaugh Jv ad oo.i 1. 1, n tliu Lincoln Building. Include: 'rj.ii. N r He-JVM, Philadelphia. i.o.r, w.,ni), PbHadslphla. 'I h !:..- IUl.'jrn M'lilt. Phtludtlphla rim s-tort .feiiks, I'hllsdslphla. pr. k.Sn rioiodlev, Jhllillihla. VWHUm .1 Kl.lrlrJSB. J'hlU.HIphln. cum m. imvth, Philadelphia. . M(oinr- Wright, Pltllmulphis, it tut Pennon, PhlladtlPhlft. .1. .- VV ilolioo. PhUaUelphlu. ilv,rt U,.l.l,in PhlUdolpbU 'I'v - n lr.tt. Norrivtowii, huKii II K.iiuifi hoylestawrt. .rfc. I.lhliv. l lUtlelo) U ' i im I. I.'l.l i .i PMlHilfclpMn. I ... i t 1 unvljle. . t II I.... 1. PnlSudeloMta. I' ' in .i M"l i Mi-br-iM) pftrj,. .1 J n.llvati I'd' B'lolU. lUrrii.tftni. Hu.-fTOM. ph41rtlDbl r . I k'uii I-a l trorlilrv I.- is J Uvi.k. PliltadTlphlB. han.u 1 V . V ruv. 'lill.lelpbl Tl- . 4J Tij '.J plilU.lelpT.ls I w ii f Toi'iluugn VuhinaH,r I Y.n li.r 1 v, ii.rhni'n. riTU'Ji li hi.i. i'.vii II K:rK Plitl.jrwh Nonm. rinliuii . An ons . . Ton mint . Psturls . . Potadam . :. Paul . I.ulunla Pr'teri- i 'averts -Illt. .. ''relie ... '. eland . f'hl'in'.i . A:iirK'.i Csmsronls VII. Por. 1.1 verpo )l ,...Nile .. . Hovro . . . ... JdartelllKn . . ...ItotMilKiii .... Liverpool . , .l.herpo'.j openhuaen . . . N'nplM .... Liverpool .... NaplH . . . . .. .I.lvrrpooi . HdviB . . . Naple . , . i Hung .vv . . Hate H,t. I opt. 2 .elU. II Dale .vpl. It) Sept. Ill .Ml 'I. Ill .o-,l -i ept. 83 xepl. ff; M-! t '.'.I WU, !il "l.i, ' '. M jx-i'i ai ! I VU 8pt ill .Sei in Krueat. Trice. John Lucas .v. io Ilouard 1! 1'rcnLh. aiinui'l II. Prench & Co. .1 w. lUwlc. .1. O. llrlll Company. rlmond II. Itobcitu, Henry I'IijIom & Sons. Until. S. Perry, llarrlann Jlros . Oo. P.lwln A. fiddlier. H It. & I! W. Plelsher. Alfred C Olbiion, iillnon Dus nxture Worki. i tins. 8. Caldwell. 'orn Lxehiuige Hank. Albii Johnaon, IHIdiMn I.oconiotlvs Worki lloht. Ilailfnrd, Stumlard Steel Works. V. IJarnhurH, II Ikltlelil I'uinpany t'has. ll, IJnk Helt 'omnun. Nathan T. I'olvvelt. J-olwell pros k Co , Inc UavM Beeves, PtinenlK Iron Companj. V. Aebury. Entorprlse Manufacturing Company, nuwln W. Hurt S L. Allen & i'n. T. I'Mwm imiKsaii. h. vviute iMnt,u .Manu- servlce and their cost are Department. Mayor Director IHiblle Safely. City Commlrsloners "J Police liureau pi Klre Bureau n'J Director Health and Charltlei.. 1 Health Huresu s Charltlei liureau .-. Director Public Works L' Furvey Hureau 1 HlKhwav liureau li Water Bureau 11 city Property Bureau I Park Cotnmts'lon I Wharves, Docks and Ferries . I Cliy Transit 1 Number Coit . . i $., don on . . l r.,r,no.(io . . 'J 1,,'tSSJ JO . . in 'JO. Illl S", J.lt.-.'n.-. o it.o.vi oo l.",30o to in irj.ioo T.'JIO S.-, a.OnOflO J.'i.nann t.-.. I1M10 i. ins no 4 rnu oo ovxio s.i.vi oo 1ED faeturlnu Companv. vvaitor wosj. u. ireet. D. Wooil &. Co. rlJyitoui .Manufacturing FHISICIITS AND CIIARTI'KS lohn D. C.tnr bliv. cliarles J. Webb. C. J. Webb & Co. fleo W. Xorrla. Director of Wharves, Docks mi'l Perries ' olsiniin Sllers, Ir . Win Sellers A. Co. W i Hempstead. C). l. Hcmpiteau K Ron. Kdward P. Iltnle. John T. lvvln & Pros i ., C T. Weiberill. nen D Weiherlll a Co nt 'Ine llournonvllle. Alfred P Moor. 1. I'. opiHjnhelin, rfnfllenbers v lothlntf ''(,in. Iiny .1, S. llnlton, Bierllntr coal Company. ltkhaM Campion. W H. llarve W. P. Wll r,n U tlrre.J II. S'liolt and Dudloy IUrtlett. A modsrats demand cxiata for tririnaga In the iteauoihll. murkrtn. wMj r.itu ... ! Uitalned. Pulinss eontlnuea to tule the tailing msrhet. STEAMSHIPS. ! Vantmon. (Ur.), Nsw York. Philadelphia or lU'timurs, tn picked porta Pnlted KIuk- l icwi or v oiuin). irain. a uou quarters. . uq . npiion trrnr-n nuns, ' tjr. wood iHr.i. fjulf L'niie.l Klniilom. grain, .s.ouo riuarters. w. voi.k-r. BABY ILL FROM FLY POISON Kins. , tU opti ii Fren h i c.r, Physician Gives Emetics, Then Rushes Son to Hospital. John i". Burrlss, the eighteen months old son of Pr. K. W. Burrlss, 66t5 Tor.es- TWU., prompt! ' dale ave, ate poison ubc-d to kill files to pfrkri . duj. nnd was taken seriously ill. Speed In giving him treatment nnd getting him Totals M Kiin.bcoriu HIT BY TROLLEY CAR George HcHenry Badly Injured on Fifteenth Street Goorge Mcllenry, 1012 South Nineteenth street, was struck by a trolley car and drngged beneath tho fender for a. distance of half a block this afternoon. Tho man was crossing 15th street below Pederal, when struck by the car, which. It is said, was moving at a considerable Bped. Tho motorinnn was unable to stop tho cur quickly and beforo It hnd come to a halt Officer Schoram, of the Fifteenth street and Snyder avemio police station, had succeeded In pulling the man from beneath the fender. Mellonry was rushed to tho Jlethodlst Kplscopal Hospital, where It wns found that tho man's left leg was broken nnd that ho suffered ftom severe Internal In Jililes It Is snld that his condition is serlouu. ff ' jlll AmrfirXvxszsm HELD FOR NEGRO'S DEATH Caurtvl Qinuw,in l.or.. Phl'ladaiiihU to Sran- ! t a hospital probably saved his life. porn, lu.oon l.arrela refined p I When tho hoy was taken ill Dr. Burrlss noted the evidence of poison and Imme diate gave the child emetics Ur Bui fins placed his small son In an automo bile and made a long run to tho Trank ford ilospltul. There further treatment was gtvmi the child and he responded so tapldly to efforts of the physicians that they were soon able to report him out of danger. RATS CAUSE $10,000 FIRE PALMER IN FIGHT AGAINST PENROSE TO FINISH tf I'"" u,l- '"" '! " and ba.k ; - r . yron, lurisa nittnit iu iupori, feaii, privaia terms WU1 Not Retiie Under Any Clrcum stance, He Declares With Emphasis, i DR. THOMAS STITES NAMED euUtU K Mitchell Palmer. Uemoerutle Scranton Thyalclan Made Head of trolum. urlvatn tcriua. DfniDt I Jitituil're . I iuii I. Vew Vols 'o i iii ii I hagtn. U laua l.urrela re0nd poiroleum. iiri . vt tern j n.innt. riavsraak fllr i. !,'lll tons. Newport Nans Io Havana, rnal. nrlvats teriiin. prompt I finngu (Nor. I. IKM tuna Hay of Punily to ' wnt Britain or Just Ireland, deals, Ut to e5j.. ironin. I Avr.iia i. Nor . 1U t iii, Httiv N'ordkvn I Nor I, Slot tons name. I Frlttiof Nonscn I.Sor I jol'l t... iu.ii. Aloxandra din ;1S') tons. New York Io I liavr anu wunt:irK. one trip, time Hurler, ' private terms, prompt. I FUHOONEftS Chlla Harold. 070 tons. Philadelphia to ., .!, ,t e.t rt.... tir.. cn roai. private terms Gnaw Watches ana aet lnrea wyn- .iijee ,w usvanpiii, uus ran, iiaitimura i ..i. TlMlliUnoo AI,l,o A flie, believed tn have been stalled by rats gnawing matches, destroyed a stable anil two garages In Wyncote, Pa., last night, causing damage estimated at (10, U. Two lioises were burned to death. Great diltleulty was expenenced by ilre men In extinguishing the flames because of the scant water supply. The tiro started In the coachman's room In the stable belonging to Edward K. I'enncwlll at 11:30 o'clock ,and later ex tended to the garagea owned by Maurice J, Hoover and Albert Brown. An auto mobile whkli was In Hoover's garago was saved. Fire companies In seven nearby towns responded to calls for help. Included were Old Vork Itoad, Jenkintown, Ablng ton, McKlnley, La Mott and Kdgo Hill. Men Involved In Brawl Await Cot oner'a Verdict. Following the death of William Join,. I son, n Negro who lived at K53 Bnyntoii street. Germantnwn, who died In tho Uer manlown Hospital last night as a result of injuries received In a brawl at his home on Sunday last, two Negroes, l:d ward Smith ami Kinnk Harmon, who lived with Johnson, were held without ball by MngiVitiate Benshaw In f'entril Station awaiting the action of the coroner Johnson came homo Intoxicated last .Sunday, It Is alleged, and began chiudng occupants of the Baytou stiert house with n oarvlng-knlfe, finally stabbing lleorge Washington Smith. He then at tacked Kdward Smith and Prank Har mon, and the two men In protecting themselves, it Is ald, felled him with a piano stool. INVAXID DROWNS IN CANAL noiuliive for t'nited sbN h'. nator, before khviiih tsenttw4pni I'ounty last night. put the flruvl quletu on llte rumor that he ill vit!idrw fro, thu rapipalgii and Wave to Ulfford Ptnchot ttu- Wasblntrton part nonilime. the tntlre llsbt against 1 Vnrt.M!. "Vou vau a for me, 4t any time or in anv jnure. troni no on until after elec tion duv," he said. that I shall not th-tra.- from this light. Vou vannot make tnt OtcUiat on Hio strong I do not pro ivrt to withdraw tu favor of Giff inl Pin cbot. or uiij other mar, if it l.i ncces taiv f,,r i,lv t,, rental that d.-Uration i vtrv d.iv i,i ,,r.ier to . o mi,. . ti.e people if tl is Stilt. jt the hit., . ., ...l.t. .. t-i-i. I have i'l. .Jtt.i iti:-t i ,.. .,..,. i bate.-, l will a, u iau i. the ri.-i.i .. i IJo tor Stiles Is a Scranton man anr! ! . oon not retire Hamburg Tuberculosis Sanltorium, HARRISBUna, Pa.. Hept 19. State Health Commissioner Samuel G. Plxoii fttites, nf Scranton, tu be medical di rector of the new tuber, uloj-is sanltorium at Hamburg. Jioctor Stites will take charge there shurtl Since the division of tuberculosis (llepan. sarles was establlshwl, sevetal years ago, Uoctor Stiles lias been mtdlcal Inspector In ohargo of them. This work will be assumed for tho present by Dr. Karl Si halite, lus assistant n.-e of my strength and a graduate of the University of Perm, , i-ceum Bureau fur Irom "' lsyjvanla. J iecturlps. Wilson Sues for Xecture BUI ST. I.OUIS. Sept J9. -Henry J,an WU son, cx-l'nlted States Ambassador to Mexico, has brought suit In the St. Louis Circuit Court against the American Jiww earn to. be due for Eludes His Nurse at Midnight While Delirious, BRISTOL. Pa.. Sept. M.-Tlie body of Kmlen Neeld was found floating n the canal this morning by Miss Annie Uyers and Miss Kdlth Klum. Xeeld had been III for seieral weeks vlth fever which made him delirious. At 12 o'clock he eluded his nurse and walked from his sister's house clad only in hl3 night shirt. "Arrived!" The New Fully Equipped With Electric Starter CHOKES TO DEATH IN SLEEP Man Goes to Bed Chewing Tobacco and Strangles. LANCASTER, Pa., Sept. 19.-Ueorge Luti. 62 years old, one of the first hose ion of the Lancaster paid fire depart ment, went to bed last night with a chew of tobacco In his mouth While Lutr slept the tobacco slipped Into his windpipe, choking him to death His body vu still warm when immH I this inomlq 5-Pas. Touring Car. 3-Pas. Roadster. SPECIFICATIONS Tapered Bonnet Genuine Streamline Body Modern Fenders Rounded Radiator Cork-Linoleum Covered, Nickel. Bound Floor and Ftunnlnu Boards. Bobo Rail Foot Rest Deep Upholstery Left Drive Left Control Drlvlna Compartment Entered From Either Side Clear Vision. Double Ventllatlno Wind. Shield, Leather-Covered Instrument Board Gasoline Tank In Dash. Reserve Supply Tank Stewart Speedometer Mohair Top and Cover Demountable Rims Inside Curtains Tire Carrier at Rear Electric Llahts Electric Horn Electric Starting and Generatlnalonltlon System Light-Weight, High, Speed BalUBearlna Unit Power Plant Multiple Disc Clutch; 21 Discs Splcer Universal Joint Vanadium Steel Springs Underslung Full Elliptic Rear Springs Wheel Base 108 Inches Color Brewster Green Krit Motor Car Company 256, North Broad Street Phone Spruce S921 SjjjjjsjsMi.ii ! & ijzZZSXxstz ih.r.n.-ffr,.. ZZs i.siiinA a us miirMsssOMOi j'wii mammam