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KVEKIKG LEDaEllPgtTJABELFKtA, WEDNESDAY, SfiPTRSfBER 23, J914.
I a w ORGANIZED REVOLT AGAINST SMITH AN ! ANTI-PEMOSE STEP Washington Partymen and Members of Republi can Ward Committee Would End Former Post master's Leadership. An organised revolt atsalnst the leader ship of former Postmaster Thomas B. Bnilth, with a closely allied atitl-Fcnrose motemenl, has begun In Ilia 23lh Ward. Thl w admitted today by members of the republican Waul Cohunlttee. The Hist steps In Ihe move to oust Smith haxe been taken by Washington parly iron. Smith Is a icsldent ot Glcnsldc and, ac cording to those leading the revolt, for number of years has not had the right to Note In the Mth Ward or U maintain Ms leadership there. Despite his Glen lde residence, Washington parly men as lert he lias continued to vote In the SSth. Ward and lias been the actual lie publican leader. Republican committee men declare they do not object to his votlns there, but oppose- strenuously his methods In cnforclnc hl3 leadership. As t concrete Illustration of his autocratic, control, one member of Ihe Ward Com mittee today pointed to Ihe election of Jeph Smith, Thomas B, Smith's brother, is chairman of the Ward Committee. "Thomas B. Smith never Mud ben a member of the Ward CommllUr until ho was chosen chairman," I ho protesting com mitteeman declared. "We were nol asked nether tvo would ncept him, but Ihe word was passed out that he was to be placed there and we nati no cnoice mtt lo elect him. Please don't Rive my nann INDORSEBRDMBAUGH FOR GOVERNOR IN GLOWING TERMS Letters From Leading Citi zens of City and State Show Increasing Strength of His Candidacy. fnr If thev knew I was fomenting a re olt I would be ousted before mun days." A meeting of the Ward Committee 1ms bcn called for tomorrow night when the entire question probably will b" thicslied out. The prime movers In the revolt Admit that as yet they are a minority In the Waid Committee and doclarp thai unless they can win others to their way of thinking, the protest will be futile. At present there are 72 members of the I!e. publican Ward Committee. More than 20, It is claimed, are In sympathy -with the anti-Smith movement. While there have been no open ne gotiations, co-operation between Wash ington Party men and the revolting Republicans. In the ward Is ndmitted. On the second registration day. Sep tember 15, William r. Kicfer, a Jeweler, r Washington Party registrar and com mitteeman, challenged Smith on his at tempt to register from tho 16th division nf the 2Sth Ward. The challcngo was Wed on Smith's Glcnsldo residence. Smllli immediately made aflldavlt that he was s properly qualified resident of the 15th division. He was then nllowed to register. The matter was brought before the Commltt'eo of Seventy and they intend to make a thorough inves tigation. If the facts warrant they will take the case to tho courts. One point In common between the Washington Party followers and the republicans In levolt Is a strong antl Penresc sntlment. TIiIh is admitted by loth sides. "The leadership of Mr. Smith in our waid," one of the Repub lican commUtecn"n stated today, "Is for nothing else than to create a Pen rose condition, and th feeling of the naJorlts of the Republicans here is not toojjnrm foi Mr. Penrose." ifthc revolt gains sufficient strength to act against Smith, it Is believed one nf the first steps will be to oust Milton K. Iteedmoypr. the Republican City Committeeman from the "Sth Ward. To f.rt this would" require a two-thirds voto ot tho ward commltttc. i " i - n i ssLEflsF-iir-fliHssssH HB utraJtsssssLH XHH mmMn llliiyfi THE SANTA CLAUS GIRL DEEPER WATERWAYS DELEGATES LEAVE ON HARBOR INSPECTION Congressman Moore Heads Party Which Leaves New York Today's Business Session at Perth Amboy. "MADE IN AMERICA" TOYS TO GLADDEN YOUTH OF EUROPE Plan Underway to Send a Santa Claus Ship to War torn Countries From Every Nook and Corner of This Country. PALMER EXPOSES PENROSE'S CHLD LABOR RECORD Shows Senator as Opponent of AU Measures to Ameliorate Conditions. TAMAQL'A. Pa., Sept. 23.-Congressman A Mitchell Palmer, candidate for the l'liltcfj States Senate; Vance C. McCor mlck, candidate for Governor, and the Democratic campaign party arrived here this morning to complete their tour of Carbon and Schuylkill Counties. Meet Ings will be held In eight small tewns during the day and tonight the candidates lll speak simultaneously In Mauch Chunk and I.ehlghton. A vigorous assault upon Senator Pon roie s antl-labor activity In the Senate and his Interference when such beneficial labor laws might hnve passed our Ftato I-ofiiJlature was tho substanco of Con eressmatt Palmer' message to tho miners throughout Schuylkill County yesterduy t arid at Pottsville, where he spoke last night. In the nineteenth of the CO counts In his Indictment of Penrose, Mr. Palmer tald: ""'hild labor bills, coal-wclghlnsr mens- "res and Industrial safety propositions have been defeated time and time ngaln in this State by the Penrose boss-ridden legislatures." To obtain beneficial labor legislation, lie eeclared. Penrose will havo to be rimi Jilted, Congressman Robert K. Iee and 'nlted SlateB Marshal Frank J. Noonan Joined the party at Ashland yesterday. SUPERINTENDENT'S JOB THAT GOES A-BEGGING One Applicant for Place Where Con tagious tyseases Are Treated. fh0",1 ?.n,B Pnylclan made application to m Civil Service Commission for the J3000 ill?.1 ?." fWlntendent of the Philadelphia hospital for Contagious Diseases. Con tequently the examination scheduled for today was postponed, ih. Bpl,w ot the remunerative salary of the position, vacated by Dr. William IT. a"h, the restrictions Imposed on ofll ,.'',' ,h(! hosP"a- dun to dungeis of ontagion, have evidently deterred ph claiiH from appling. examlniH11,1'? J'",l:ans a.e taking the examination for superintendent of Inde pendenee rwi al JW) a ycar ,nlV, u?"3 "'- the post to become ti. i?.Sh'.lettVW"flld JofJan. curator of the halt, has been fllling the placo. Bute!6, 7 nt"d!Mate-s for "ewarJ in the W eanSirt0, rharl"?3' a' a year, and iJ candidates for chauffeur, at im to J1200 CiviTc "" a3,so belne examined by the Mvll Service ComniltMon. TUMOR WEIGHS 92 POUNDS Colored Woman Dies Under Its Tremendous Pressure. th'tib!.1Iar?.e8t tumor " recoiU came to T f'entlon of physicians at the Ger Wintown Hospital, whera Miss Itobertta fc a NSie.. of Wayne and iuiatki avenues, died under lis tre mendou, weight esterdaj. The growth rounasUr fcet Nvide a,ui weU-hea M thrhnIl0l'.'r.t r,ttneW. chief phsiclan at he hospital, said that It had been grow- Is?,.. " ea"' and ,na' ft w ho lort 'i,?1, lecfded In medical lilt to H. u hen, ,he woman was brought t TJ I t0,Pete on her because of -tr weakened condition. Loiters Indorsing the candidacy of Dr. Mnrtln .p, Brumbaugh continue to pour into the Brumbaugh Citizens' Committee from all sections of. the State. Among tljoae arriving this morning was one from Richmond U Jones, an attorney at Read ing, Pa., and another from J. Wilmer Roselibcrger, of Lonsdale, Pa. The letters follow: Dear Mr. Biumhauoh: ljnl: P-imlng word on the cm rent political i!fihf "''e of t!en 1n- In quitting ht ii!lh!nt sl11" an.'1 IJaln"t lt will and teta. rrent bequenfilng th derelict lo Mr. McCor m.ck. Iniprees nil oherei n the best eil rtinco r.f th tiiiieaworthlncs of the craft from wlili h l-o look hit timely lae. nils practically iteart the ft a. for a single conibit, ami thre-fourtli ot the ProgTttrites will o to vou. This prediction Is hoJ upon local ohierva tlon, which Sinn indicate that nmny Domo cms will be found supporting your cause. Tour practttRl nmt sensible speeches, olrt of ""ensJ.ina wy from the conventional llns of political caniassln?, ar cffoctle and sat isfactory. yer.v truly jours, (tlsntd) nifHMOND I JONES. Reading. Pa Septimber ST2. IBM. To Ihe Brumbaugh C(t(;cnj' Commlftef, IAn coin Burning, Philadelphia, Pa. Cteo'lemen. Although hcl'evlns; In H-publlcan prlnr.lplcs and alnajs giving my lull support In Its be hair, I was not In a position to do very much netlvo political work heretofore, but now In view of havln such an honorable and able bodied man for Governor as Dr. Martin O. nrumbaujh. I feel it should bo the duty of all Republicans In Pennsylvania to give their hearty support to elect him nlth an over whelming majority. "Snurs for success. (Signed) ,t. WrLMKft UOSENRBfiaKR. "A Btaunch nrumbaugh Supporter." Lnnsdalo. Pa. The following names from all sections liavn been added to the Brumbaugh Clt izem' CommItt"c John K. Potter, Fourth avenue and Grant strct. Pittsburgh, Pa, W. II. Davh, postpffico box N'o. 3W, Hazclton, Pa. T. D. Jones, Hazellon. Pa, Lewis J. Lcvlck, 2211 Land Title Build ing. Philadelphia, Pa. Thomas D. Davis, M. D 257 Shady nvenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. Samuel W. Wray, 5524 Wayne avenue, Germantown, Pa. Cyrus H. K. Curtis, Sixth and Wat- AnthonvH. Oeutlnr. two M.rk.t'tim.i I u ls no"' '''s''1!' Pribable that shortly Philadelphia, Pa. I before Christmas a "Santa Claus Ship," Thomas P. Hunter. Fourth and Willow I loaded lo Ihe wntrr !!np with tm-. mr,. trlbuted by children from every nook and corner of America, rich and poor alike, will leave these shores fcJ Europe, there to unload the dazzling cargo and orfer Jt as n joyous Clirlst nias gift to the children of the war torn countries of that continent. It Is said that most ot the toys will bear the trade mark "made nnd contributed In America." The success of this enterprise has teen practically assured tlnough the efforts of Miss Olivn May Wilson "th5 Santa Claus Girl." of Jenklntown. who for n. number of ears lias supplied poor children with Christmas gifts and who desires to extend her work this year not only on a national but international scope. She has the support of some of the most widely known and most pow erful men In the Vnited Stales. In cluding the Ptesldent of the United States, who, in nn Intel view granted her some time ago, expressed his doslre to co-operato with Miss Wilson In every way. Miss Wilson has just returned from Washington, whore she laid her plan before a number of Senators, Rep resentatives and department heads and leaves this week for a tour of Xew Kngland, where she will address numer ous social organizations and child wer fare societies on behalf of her work. U. S. EMPLOYES TO HELP. When Commissioner of Immigration Caminetti heard of her plan to have Gov ernment omployes contribute Christmas gifts to the destitute and orphaned chil dren of Europe's war devastated coun tries he Issued a circular, addressed to the employes of Ills department throughout the United States, in which he suggested that they contribute gifts for the "Santa Claus ship." other departments have al ready followed suit. In the meanwhile. Miss Wilson is busy """ i'rcuminary woiK. Since her nrob streets. PhilndelDhla. Pa. Jnmcs H. Billlngton, 113 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. S. R. Brungcs, president, Tunkhannock. Pa. Charles Gibbons Davis, 23th and Bristol streets, Philadelphia. Pn. Charles H. Elliott. Dresldcnt Charles H. Elliott Company, Seventeenth street and Lehigh avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Harry Valentine Elliott. Seventeenth street nnd Lehigh avenue, Philadel phia. Pn. Walter CIar Etliott, Seventeenth street and L?hlgh avenue, Pnilcdclphla. Pa. Maurice V. Swcnoy, Seventeenth street and Lehigh avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. George Irving Merrill, 603 Common wealth Building, Philadelphia, Pa. Frank G. Grler. 5012 North Eleventh rftieet, Philadelphia, Pa. William W. Keen, M. D.. 172D Chest nut street, 'Philadelphia, Pa. John T. Small, East McKcesport, Pa. FEARSTEFANSSON AND COMPANIONS ARE LOST IN ARCTIC Explorer and Two Men Set Out on Exploring Trip Over Ice Last April No Word Since. NEW YORK. Sept. 53.-A special dis patch to the New York Times from R. M Anderson, of the Canadian Arctic Ex pedition, dated Baillle Island, N. w. T., August 21 via Nome. Alaska, September 22, says Vllhjalmar Stefansson, the Arc tie explorer, nnd his two companions, Vorkereson and Ole Anderson, have not been heard ftom since the supporting party returned from Iceland early last U'lll. Stefansson and the two men started out from .Martin Point on a journey of dis covery over the Ice In a supposed at tempt to reach the coast of Banks Island In the opinion of Mr. Anderson It Is doubtful if they succeeded In getting far to the northward, on account of the pre vailing strong easterly winds nnd gen eral westward offshore currents. There had been much open water off shore from Baillle Island all the spring. Captain G. H. Walklns, n command ot the schooner Mark Sachs, which Is on her way to Hanks Island' to search for Stefansson and his companions, was last reported on August 13 near the mouth of the Iletmon River, In Franklin Bay MRS. MAURY I. DIGGS BEGINS DIVORCE SUIT Wife of Californian Cites Two Es capades in Action. SAOnAMENTO, Cal. Sen xi mathi' k ,D'er U,t '" d'e fame'up In the Superior Court here todav h petition cites two escapade with wom,n In which one charges that ?er husbn? 2 Tha first of these was the notorious caj.e in which Marsha Warrington V Drew Caminetti and Lola Norrls nS'ured with Dlggs, resulting in the ppieeVtton of Dlggs and Caminetti on charge 0" violating the Mann white slave law. n convictions and In sentencing of the two jum.. oii iu ivuns in tne penitentiary not yet enforced on account of pending appeals. mimj The second was an Incident In which the names of Dlggs and several men com panions were linked with that of Ida Pearring. They were tried on accuaatlon of offenses against a minor, but basing thoir defense, not only on denials of the gills charges, but on the ground that she was of age, uete acquitted. Mrs Dlggs maintained that these "affairs" constituted cruelty toward her. Diggu' answer admitted that he was guilty in the Warrington ca, but argued that for that his wife forgave him. He pleaded also that his two trials have ruined him so that he could not pay alimony. fEW YORK, Sept. 53.-More than 700 delegates to the seventh annual conven tion of the Atlantic Deeper Waterways Association, with their wives and other lelatlves, left hero today for nn Inspec tion of nearby harbors. Headed by Congressmanf J. Hampton Moore, o Philadelphia, president ot the organisa tion, the patty boarded the steamship Berklhlte at 10:30 o'clock from the foot of Desbrosscs tteet. The steamship Is scheduled to pioceed around the Bat tery, up the East River to Blackweiri Island and Hiker's Island for a view ot the Harlem River. Then the Bronx Hills and the Hell Goto bridge will be seen. Returning by way of the Brook lyn Navy Yard the party will pass Ellis Island and the Statuo ot Liberty, go through the Narrows, nround Staten Island and tlnough the Rnrltan Bay to Perth Amboy, N. .1. The day's buslnesA session will be held at Perth Amboy, where Ihe address ot welcome will be delivered by Governor James F. Fielder, of New Jersey. Mayor Georgo Ainsile, ot Richmond, Va., Is to make the response. Other addresses will be delivered by Mar Ferd GArrct son, of Perth Amboy: Mayor Frederick W. Donnelly, of Trenton, and by TV. Par ker Runyon, of the New Jersey Harbor Commission, tvlio is slated to speak on "The New Jersey Ship Canal land Its Place In the Waterway Chain." Others who will speak are James A. Wells, of New York; Newton B. Kllimcr, Brooklyn; Charles P. Glllcn. Newark; Congressman George W. Edmonds, of Philadelphia, and Congressman J. W. Ragsdale, of South Carolina. The Berkshire Is due to leave Perth Amboy at 5 o'clock for this city. A meet ing will be held aboard the vessel at S:r.O o'clock tonight when five minute ad dresses will be made. led by John' J. Martin, of Boston. Socechcs arc also expocted from Charles E. Falconer, presi dent of the Merchants and Manufacturers Association of Baltimore: Mayor William Ward, Jr.. of Chester, Pa.: William A. Hours, Jacksonville, Florida; Mayor Charles II. Ellis, Camden, N. J.; Mayor Robert H. Ford.ce. Paterson. N. .T. : Mnvor John R. Mcintosh. Auburn. N. Y.. nnd John Fee, Jr.. South River. N. J. Philadelphia and other parts of East ern Pennsylvania, together with the whole of New Jersev nnd Delaware and Mary land, arc well represented at the conven tion. Tho delegates are enthusiastic over trie acquinltlon of the Delaware and C'hejnpcake Canal bv the government and the further development of a chain of Intra-coastal canals and waterways from the Cape Cod canal to Florida, via the Delaware River and other Interior pas sageway. The delegation from Delawaro Is headed bv Governor Charles R. Miller, Mayor Donnelly, of Trenton, heads the repre sentation from central New Jersey. The delegates and their party are scheduled to start up the Hudson River tomorrow, with the first ston at West Point. The convention will be bi ought to a close next Sunday morning with the return of the delegates to this city. JAIL SENTENCE WILL MAKE BOY BAD MAN, SAYS MOTHER Court to be Asked to Show Mercy to Convicted Child. Convinced that a sentence for her son In a reformatory will result In making a criminal of him. Mrs. retr Parson, 3143 North Phillip street, will appear be fore Judge Gorman in the Juvenile Court tomorrow and make a plea In behalf of her son, Russell. 7 years old. Rue-sell Is now locked up In the House of Detention on the charge of stealing J1.S0 from a cash drawer of a candy store at :? West Thayer stroet, owned by Mrs. Elizabeth Felton. While the proprietress was In her rooms In the rear ot the store, the police charge, Russell rifled the cash drawer. When the boy was arrest-id after a chase lie wns barefooted. He told the police of the Front and West moreland streets station that he didn't have a good liome like other boys. "Russell never had a chance like the other boys," said Mrs. Parson this morn ing in the kitchen of her home, where she was busy preparing breakfast for her five- other children. "My husband Im hp.n nil nf wnt-k fn- n lin? ttma lorn thiB year is both of a national and I lf ".v bo' "'' 8'e!l anything he must International scope she will be obliged ' Ilnva 1)een ta,(c" ' tl,e place by some to perform a double duty. F.rst fV?l?!!l!rnl!S,:,1 N'ow I suppose they will a,-iiu 4.upr3ii iu u. jau ur iri same outer Institution. If he Is sent away that means h will bo a bad man when he comes out. I will abk Judge Gorman not to send my boy away. A sentence in jail for my boy means lie will associate with othe- bad boys. I will end my life if my boy Isn't given another chance." luty. First of nil she has her thousands of little friends who remember her from previous years' to take care of. They are already, in hundreds of letters lecelved by Miss Wil son, clamoring for their Christmas gifts Then, sho has to think of the thousands of little ones on the other side of the sea whose hearts will yearn in vain this year for a little Christmas gife. And, to add to the magnitude, oV her problem, Miss jrilson has wcelvoil nlthln the past year 8000 requests for drums nlone. Rome of these requests have come from outblde of the United States and from such remote points as Rio Janeiro, other Brazilian citlos and Newfoundland. But Miss Wilson does not despair She has mustered toaether nil i, .. and all the sympathy of her IS years and FIRE ALARM FOR POLICE Woman in Need of Aid Employs Drastic Means'to Bring1 It. Nearly every fire engine company in the central part of Uus city was brought out by Mrs. Mary Young so that she could find a policeman. This morning when e bnnrl PUmose Of nhtnlnino him t. " . " - ,..... , ...- ... 1 meiit n franiT..;. ...i..n. ' uovern- i ei" "jecieu wuui wicir roam mis morn ... ....... ,.u iiit6t, suineiiunc nn has settled down u work to T carrv ' lor I a P""- '" morning whei Plans to success. In January of this year brouent befor' Magistrate Belcher, th Miss Wilson visited Washington for th i woman said that she and her husbam the order nf h ,.:' .7 .".""'". Dn . ":".,"". -J""''" Ui senators i""iiiiies ior tne purpose of sending to folks at home speeches they never delivered. e DENIED FRANKING PRIVILEGE. Miss Wilson wanted a franking privilege which would permit her to send her gifts by mail and parcel post without charge On this matter she sau the President' Secretary Brian. Admiral Dewey vice President Marshall, Representative Under wood and other prominent men Last week Miss Wilson took another trip to Wash'ngton and conferred with Post, master General Burleoon on the franking privilege. Mr. Burleson said that he was thoroughly In sympathy with her plan and would help her In every way, but that he could not grant her the franking privilege, as It nould be Impossible for the Government to diminish its revenue at the present time In view of the finan cial Inconveniences -already brought about by the war. This, however, has by no means dampened Miss Wilson's enthual asm or diminished her hopes. She Is In her wprk to win, and judging by the way he has gone at It the cannot help but win. So. that It is with great o that the children of Europe ma contemplate the day when far out on the horizon there will tise a ship, loaded not with gums and ammunition, but with beautiful toys ot an atscnpitans. carrying a flag upon i wnicn win e inacnoea. -ii-rom in chil dren of America to their little brethren In Europe ' . ing because they couldn't pay the rent. "I looked for more than an hour for a policeman," .said Mrs. Young, and finally In desperation I turned In an alarm be cause i tnougnt tne noise and clatter would surely bring one out." She was held in $IJ0 bail for a further HCUI ins. TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES Qeorge T. Inlander. MS N Woodstock na .vary i,. scuoiifnoerrer. 1021 WojdWt.v--.' and Anna Miller, nl I-crutta iarvey J Martha St. John niand 1025 Sprint ' 1745 Woclstutk st Jme J McCoy. 2tWt South st V. llL-findo -JUS Fine at Uarvey J Forrest. SOU Woodland ate .nj carmine 4Sth nrt uvti....-, '-.:"'- ......- .. . " .... .. . . - ""..til !. vwiuam n. joynei isi m n st.. and Fri. ces H Oardlner 301 Cjntrtll st. " JSh0HJ,i..MS'jierMof.Tr .',0" " "d E"" MeWTaX,r,ff3 S- "' ",l " Ep'ln MnVr",n. ,,-.Hh',.!in5- J,8,2.1 "'!!.;'. nd KIL. ... .... uv., . cwam'lCK av. imiun Aiipn. .mu b. ztlti st . ami K.rfi. and Washington Niton 1320 S. 2th st . and Bronaush, 1122 6 34th tt Ira. L. Thomas, 460 N. Doarborn at c.r . piuuiwi, uu o. tieaneia at Abraham tipivalt :ao4 s Cohen. 3to Durror at. Frederick Harlni. Jr. 3200 Leanue Island road, and Jnn! Baker. Sheaf fan. John V Herllhy. 6M N 1.1th it and Kath. etln n. Keller 10M Bith st EJward J Ton.- Jr s&so X l.o ., and r-ranres M Case, S4 N 10th it Ct i-b. U. Ujj.hlfn. Woodbun N J and tivtB' M Whltlty, 2US E Stella aie Parr U Stleo,. soar E. Oceans t.. and """ -T " AtrsLrBt; ac. 7th it . and Lena LusitaMa (Jets order for trip to fiery port Anonymous Letter for Captain as . Ship Sails JFrom New Tork. NEW YORK, Sept a. Just as the Cunard Mne steamship l.usltanla left her pier at 1 o'clock this morning an envelope containing a sin gle sheet of paper was handed U Cap tain Daniel Dow, tho ship's master, who merely smiled when he read It. Wrlt ?, capital letters was this sentence: Go to with the whole nation of England." ,.The, '5.tler ''d been mailed at the "rjnd Central station last Monday, . I-,ue,tanIa carried 128 first class HO Recond class and 250 In the steerage. Among the saloon passengers wa Lieutenant Moreton P. Gage, military ?itacuh.c P- lh.e rUIh Embassy In Washington, who left to Join his regl went, the Fifth Dragoon Guards. The Hon. Alfred Anson, on of the Earl of Lichfield. al6 sailed, Mr. Anson re cently completed a tour of tW country, and said he would volunteer for th war, ABANDON WRECKED CUTTER Tahoma's Crew Believed Rescued by Japanese Liner. SEATTLE, Sept. 23. Cable dispatches received here from Seward, Alaska, re port that the United States revenue cut ter Tahoma, which struck a reef last Sunday, 90 miles west oX Klska Island, In the Aleutian group, lias been aban doned. It Is believed the crew was rescued by the Japanese liner Tacoma Mam. Further advices from Valdez, Alaska, say the Ta homa had plcke up tho crew of an un identified steamship wrecked on Semlchl Islands, In the Aleutians, -rrrj SHEP TUGS AT BEDCLOTHES, SAVES FAMILY FROM FLAMES Blarney, Irish Terrier, Brings Aid to) Master In Well. NEW YORK, Sept. 2S.-Flve lives Irf suburban towns were saved through tliej devotion and Intelligence of two dogs, Had It not been for Shep, a dog, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Husch, of Smllhvllle, South L. I., and their children might have been burned to death In a fire tha started In the Busch home at 2 a. nn jesteiday. Shep had tried In vain lo arouse Mrs. Iluech and her children He ran to Mi Husch's bedroom and tugged at the bed clothes until his master awoke. Th family escaped a few minutes before the sUlrway caught fire. The house was totally destroyed. e Hnncikerchiefs Womon's all - pure Inert with anrlptami block lnltl.il. .,. encircled by wreath. Regular value: lir d07fi" 59c FlftST FLOOK, SOUTH STOItE OPBNft 8.30 A. M. AMD CI.OSKS AT 5.30 P. 31. HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE Lit Bftlter r Market Eighth X Ol'lt flltt HESTAUIIANT IIBST OF KVEHYTIIING AT Filbert Seventh lowest prices nrrit fi.ooii T.... A Vou ret a viaer cnoico ., snd better quality mer ,hndle for Yellow Trading Stamps thn for nny "'hfr-arul ion '-an amtimulate them faster by shopping hers In th mornlnj;. s Sle rtoutil" rellow Irsrt inc Stamps In the fore noon Just a Suggestion in Exceptionally Smart Styles and Notably Good Values We Are Offering in Autumn Apparel ! Women's & Misses' Suits gg SS itably fi 1VLW mSffm mm Wbi W 1 IHB il H V( r in VTa-y4 vwjjt yrp k n&iX These arc expertly tailored Karmcnts exceedingly Rood looking and of qualities that will give excellent wear. Illustration Shows One al Each Price TUn. l M1 no are of medium weight navy blue and 1IIU3C dl P16.yO black eerge; also in black, blue, green 3 and brown cheviot. Coats are of Red- ingotc effect, with cloth or rich velvet collar one style also 3 showing satin sleeves and braid trimming, and all lined with 3 yarn dyed satin. The skirts are in yoke styles prettily button 3 trimmed. include six striking styles, in English cut-away and long skirted Russian fash ion,, trimmed with silk braid or velvet and lined with guaranteed satin. Skirts have side plaits or yokes. Materials include serge, gabardine and cheviot, in Autumn's richest shades. Those at 18.50 .4129-3, Women's and New Dresses . Misses' $16.50 $11.50 Of navy bluo and black serge, with velvet Jacket satin sleeves and underskirt. Also rich satin mescalines of latest shades, with flowint: tunic and white benfralinf" collar. Women's and Misses' $4.50 ;0 QO Autumn Skiris Pw0 f..11.... ...... ........... l.MMI I Wc can fit you perfectly, give you every shoe com- $ 5 fort and save you a dollar or two on $ Your FALL SHOES! 5 We have three special brands 3j that are made to our particular oraer, ana we don't know i of nny shoes anywhere else S that can touch them for j less than $1 more than our prices. i Women's "Lit Brothers t Special" at.... Women's "Lenards" at $3; Stratfords at $4 i i The most fashionable leathers with dull calf, cloth i or combination tops; lace, button and Blucher, with ? S hand-welted white oak soles; newest heel and toe shapes, bizes 2 to 8, widths A to E. I Women's $2.50 & $3 1 Misses' & Children's New Fall J1 QO $1.75 to S3 Shoes 5 Shoes ... v ''-' I '" 8V4 I -sue, nia a inn t From Tbomnon - Crooker J nn sV & flSWft Autumn Skirts Several smart yoke top and plaited st les. in nav; blue and black Ml sere;?. SECOND KIXDOR $3.50 r i i I I!!'!! ? ttfffiffiMil -W5SiFimf jlMEs W t We are specializing tomorrow on some unusually attractive New UNDERMUSLINS For Such Little Prices $1.50 Nainsook Combinations g Shoe ("o, of nonton, SIosii. i S1.39 98c Onp nkrleheil. Covers ti imnied w i t it Val. and sliadow laces, em broider and lace niPdalllons. ribbon run Drawers edsed ith lace. $1.00 Gowns T n i 11 t nrtltnlfln nr,,n. Plltflnt $ metal calf and Blazed kid- rnetal calf and dull coltsVcln. $2.65 Run- ,, brlil. '; skin: welted and flexibla -1 (sewed oak soles. J5 PriilriYon'c 51 O-l T X Kidskin Shoes, 89e I Hand-turned white oak ' soles; wedjro Iicela; button styles. Sires 4 to 7 S P skin lace, button and S Blucher. Stses 2U to Men's S3.50 & ' I Children's SI. $4 Fall ? Shoes . . . S From Emllcott -Johnson. P Kndlcntt, -. A'. 5 Patent coltskln. cun- metal and tnn Russia! S calf: lace, button ana JJluclior. with hand-welt- ed and stitched oak soles. 5 Sizes 5 to 10. 5 FIRST FLOOR. NORTH :itttVlUittWiltttVVlVVVVVtVl1AtUXUV Boys' $2.50 Shoes, $1.98 Patent coltskin. nun. j metal and tan Russia calf t welted and stitched white 5 oak solos Sizes 9 to 6'- One Hlilnlrnteri. fambric and nainsook. In hiBh, ' V," squaro n-ck and slip-ovor models lace, e.nbroldery and rib bon trimmed. One style with ee let embroidery yoke. 40c Cambric Drawers, 25c Cluster of plaits and hemstitched plaited ruflle. .kc fii IMW "':? V i. -.s f con(l IWI ' OyC 169 . IJI r? 75c to $1.50 Flannelette Gowns, 49c, 69c & 98c Xeat stripes, with turn-over collar or collarless trimmed with braid, frofjs and stitching $3 Silk Petticoats, 51.98 McsBallnc and taffeta. In btai-k, changeable and plain colors, with plaited ruffles $1.50 Crepe Kimonos, 9Sc Kloral designs wrh round collai and sleeve, finished with silk cord Klastlc at waist. Imported Fall Wool Dress Fabrics Every Yard is Priced at Substantial Savings ! 2 All-Wool J5Q $2.75 Imported AlWool Gabardines $2.25 Fine close weave with clear cut cord effect: 50 indies wide. Colors taupe, Belgian blue, wistaria, Havana, Burgund, olive, midnight blue, navy and black. $2 Satin Prunella Cloth $1.50 Beautiful high, lustrous finish; 50 inches ide. Colois include pea cock, porcelain. American Beauty, Delft blue, taupe, Havana, gun metal, wistaria, wine, Russian green, iniJniglu blue, :ia y and black. FIRST FLOOR SOL Til I.ous H. Vitl. Jr. B3S5 Crowson st.. Helto si, rcurine-, 5518 Illoyd . tod I i l I Ij rfffls i1 rMU H l wlig& j 'a If 'I I III )SSSSSK fc-xceptlonallv One tjn.ilm --,'lohelv woven round clear . ord ",-,o in. ,s uUIe Colors- -taup, Iielft blue. matiOKan!. iope ihafteTi. wistaria African brou n HurRUiiUx ItasaUii .!'. "" """iiiBiit uuie. ana black. navy $2 Chiffon f r-n ! Broadcloth vl.Ot? , jO inches wide In the correct . hiffor. weight with n.Bli aauii ma.re bpoiiged and shrunken Choue of rolluwing .-luides taupe, Afncau brown. plum. Havana. Russian (rreen. Boff r.l perto-K. Bun-ineta" tango muhogai.j . Ainei lean tleauty. uimuii.iKen. iniethit Delft blue C?.ff!2in- wisiaria Kelfiinu blue! nav a..d t,Ia k Fashion's Latest Dictates Are Always Reflected in viadame Lyra Corsets tell season the) anticipate the mode and are ever. 1 laumess tounaation ror tne best Kowns ne are made for eer Msure and bear highest' ipuia ur IUUIL1V93 ill Prices, $3.50 to $10 $3 to $6 Corsets, $2 ety o models, of coutil, batiste and brocades t.ii iiicuium, low aim Kiruie top. blzes 18 to 36, t every size in each style, but all sizes in lot. $6 to $10 Corsets, $Q l roken sires of up-to-dato Roods. - aJ 8np in S1.2S Mnrlnl Cv3w3r IlruQcfnrnc anrl rsTV Jfr-vt-i VEa . . V m I C K wv"- vu ;.. Bust Confiners . i.llltraidrv inrl ln.ilntm4 i.Ala. V.n.t, m m , !. orVKr.iJ. j.":";,;,vi. ." "y -"u "om- . H.ur.VU4 Sizes 34 to 48 SECOND KUXm -ejtra i IX Outfit, $75 A GENUINE Pooley record cabinet in any finish you de sire to match the Victrola is part of this outfit. These 5'25 iooley cabinets are special at $115 . '" this outfit. They. toKether with a Victrola IX at $50 and a doz!n -in1-" double-faced records at ?9, make the total only $75. $5 a Month Pays for This Outfit On Our Club Plan at the Cash Price SO TRAUISQ 41AU1S HUH 111 KOr Aii OH RE'ORVl SECOND FLOOR LIT llHOTIIEUs ! MAH. Oil ritO.VK OHIJKUS FILLED I 1 5 LIT IIItOTIIEHS E