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MVUMIH-g JLfiP&Eft-PfllSADELPHIA, frRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, I9lt.
' in ! "" '' ' 'n'n'nfnmiiliiiiitiiiiiiaiiiiti inn I i"1"""" ' ' '"' ' '--""TtTJiit i.rij'-i ' ' L .,. i - . ! - , , .: . u il fil - ' - ' i . . .. i be held on Monday. At Iho Third Ulstrlct fltatlon houso today ft dommltteo wm chosen to honor the veteran patroltnan'B memory. Police omcern, members of St. Joseph's Comnmndery and the Knlghta of 8t. John, will attend tho funeral, which will be held from IiIh home, R24 South Water street. Mass will bo celebrated In St. Joseph's Church. Interment will bo In tho Cathedral Cemetery. War, died at the Blmon Apartments, i North Klghtccnth street, yestorday. A son, Philip ir, Simon, and two daughters, Sarah E. Simon and Mrs. Bertha McDow ell, survive. t?BAT5 AN ATTRACTIVE BEDROOM FURNISHED IN EXQUISITE TASTE : .O CHILDREN'S CORNER ONE fine sprinp day a gardener picked up a shovelful of Jap anese sunflower roots. "Where do these go?" he asked. "Oh, let me see," said the other gardener, "we can put those here in front of the hedge and behind the golden rod that's just the place for them." So the sunflowers were planted. Now the hedge grew very high and very thick, so that no sun shone through it at all. And the golden rod grew very fast and very tall and the poor little sun flower roots down in between didn't have any chance at all. They spread out roots and sent tip green stalks and leaves, but they couldn't get enough sun. Finally, one day, the sunflower re solved to ask the sun about it. "Oh, Mr. Sun," she called, "what is the matter; why don't you shine on me all day as you used to in the spring?" waStJm and between us maybe we can have some flowers." So the cheerful little Japanese sun flower smiled and set to growing. Every day, from 10 till 2, the sun shone on the plant, and every day the roots grew stronger and the stems grew taller. But the golden rod grew, too never was there such tall golden rodl And the poor little sunflower was completely hidden. One day in late September the gar dener went round behind the golden rod to hunt for weeds. "Well, well," he exclaimed, "if here isn't that sunflower plant I'd forgot ten all about it. It's had a hard time back here in the shade. I guess I'll move it next year, for it won't bloom before frost at this rate." "Oh, dear," shivered the sunflow er," "is it time for frost? I wanted so much to open my buds they are' nearly ready now." The kind old sun heard the sun flower and said, "Don't you worry a minute. I'm going to shine warmly for a few days yet and you can open your flower buds." So the sun shone warm and cheer ful, the warm winds blew the frost away and the sunflower worked very hard. At last, on a warm October day, the first sunny bloom opened. And then another and another, till the whole bush was covered with miniature suns. And the kind old sun smiled down and said, "Now just look at those blooms we did that by working to gether." Tomorrow Jimmy Soutfi-Breeze and his cousin. Copyright, 101J, by Clara Ingram Judson. And the kind old Sun smiled doivn. "Shine on you!" exclaimed the sun, "I surely am trying to, but you see with the tall thick hedge at your bade and the tall golden rod in front of you, I can't even sec you most of the 'ay. But I'll tell you what to do; you 1- 'cp on growing the best you can and I II keep on shining the best I can, LULLABY By MALiCOI,M S. JOHNSTON. Good night, llttlo man, good night. Good night, little man, good night; Far awny 18 tho sun, And our play Is now dono; All the day we've had fun; dear, Good night. Good night, llttlo man, good night, Good night, llttlo man, good night; You must never onco peep, And you'll Boon ho In sleep Safe and quiet and deep; dear. Good night. Good night, llttlo man, good night, Good night, llttlo man, good night; Just another big kiss. And tho light you won't miss; Then a last ono llko this; dear. Good night. (Copyright, Malcolm S. Johnston, PERIOD ROOM EXAMPLE OF GOOD TASTE IN FURNISHING Wall Paper Dignified and Ploor Has Few Bugs, Well Placed, THIS period room Is an exampla of good taste In furnishing. Tho wall paper Is restful and dignified, while the floor, otl-flnlshcd, shows the decided advantage of a few rugs well placed. Even tho most hopeless floor can be mado attractlvo with tho uso of a filler and one of the many excellent finishes on tho market, at tho cost of a few dollars and a llttlo work. Tho rag rugs, which are so appropriate with old furnlturo, may bo purchased from 65 cents up to several dollars for the small sizes. Braided rugs, too, nro charming with mahogany furniture and may be easily majjo at home. Our great-grandmothers always used odds and ends rugs, and, tho cretonne curtains that you are tired of or faded a llttlo can bo used most effi ciently in this way. . The double doors of the closets In this room offer opportunities tor many ar rangements of drawers and shoo or hat boxes. Tho mahogany chest of drawer of Sheraton style appeals to tho lover of a nice old piece, whllo the four-poster, with Its old hand-made spread, Is very appropriately dressed. Thoro has been a decided eye to comfort shown In tho ar rangement of tho bedside tablo, with Its reading light, clock and favorite books, whllo tho pictures are placed ovldontly from a sentimental point of view. The crotonno cover on the old chair, of course. must match the curtains to finish this woll-balanced room. LEVI H, MONTHOBE Levi H. Montrose, Inventor of tho metal shingle and president of tho Montrose Metal Shingle Company, died on Wednesday at his home, 2U York street, Camden. He was tho first man' to make the metal burial casket. Mont rose also Invented a talking machine, hut his Inventions, except for tho metal shingle, failed to reap financial com pensation, Ho was 72 years old and Is survived by his wlfo, two sons and a daughter. HABRY W. DOUTY Harry W. Douty, of flOG North Broad street, who was widely known In railroad circles, died yesterday at his summer home In Allcnhurst, N. J He was 68 years old, and his death was duo to a complica tion of diseases. For many years Douty was a real estate agent for the Central ' Hallroad of New Jersey, with offices at 1 142 Liberty street, Now York. Two sons and two daughters survive. JAMES HOLMES James Holmes, who for ten years had been sexton of tho United Presbyterian Church, at Norrls Square, and for 35 years had conducted ItB choir, died yes terday at his home, 225S North Howard street. He was 74 years old and In apparent good health until nix months ago. His widow, three sons, Daniel, auditor with Elscnlohr & Brothers; James, a clerk at tho Frankford Arsonal, and Uobert, and a daughter, Elsie, survive. MBS. BEDECOA DAVIS Mrs. Itebecca Davis yesterdayj died t her home, 865 North Preston street. Sho Was the daughter of William J. Itogcrs, well known In educational circles In this city. Mrs. Davis was a teacher In the Joseph Leldy School, and taught up to within a few days of her death. 8he was a member of the West Hope Pres byterian Church. Four children, two boys and two girls, survive. JBcatfjs PLANNING FOR NEW WEST PHILADELPHIA HOSPITAL 1014.) TT IERCHAHT ACCUSED OF BEATING WOMAN WHO FOLLOWED HIM Westmont Man Declares Persistent Annoyance Pro voked Him Old Intimacy Aired at Hearing. COLLINGSWOOD, N. J., Sept. 2a-Jos-Ph Pedrlck, a Philadelphia commission merchant, residing In Westmont. Is under I10M ball to appear before tho Grand Jury on a charge of attacking Mrs. Walter Bancs, of Toledo avenue, within a few squares of the Pedrlck home. At tho hearing before Sciulre Dorn It developed that Pedrlck and Mrs. Banes have been Intimate for several years. Of late, )t la alleged, tho woman became Jealous becaube Pedrlck showed prefer ence for another young woman, who la unmarried. Pedrlck stated that -Mrs. Banes often followed and annoyed him. He then became provoked. Mrs. Banes declared Pedrlck beat her so badly that sho was placed under a Physician's care. She also stuted sho had a right to follow tho man, but did not give her reason. Her husband was pres ent at the trial. Pedrlck la married and has resided in Westmont for years. Mrs. Banes has a eon aged 19 and a daughter 16. Tho case will come before Prosecutor William Kraft this week. PEDBICK DENIES CHABGE When Interviewed this morning Jtr. PeJrich said: "The llttlo that I did was in self-defense. I was returning homo later than usual when Mrs. Banes approached me from the shaduw of a hedge and asked to sptak to me. I was late, and as i was wuiklng with another lady. 1 rofused. ol'e Immediately beeun tnlklne xcltiillv and uttempted to tcratcd my fac und mo to my home. I tried to keep her quiet until I could send for her husband, but my wife ordered her from tho houso. Even then she would not go and raged at my wlfo, Sho received no injury at my hands and said as much when tho enso was heard beforo Justice Dorn." Mr. Pedrlck hns known Mrs. Bones since childhood, but says hn can give no reason for her annoyances. Sho has been in the habit lately of visiting his office, although Pedrlck and his wlfo have rupcuituiy proiestca. FLOWER SHOW IN SCHOOL Northeast Annex of Girls' High Scene of Beautiful Display. An elaborate flower show was held this afternoon and will be continued tonight nt tho northeast annex of tho Girls' High School, York and Memphis streets, under tho auspices of tho parent-teacher asso ciation of the school. There are three distinct competitions, ono for students, tho second for mombers of tho faculty, and tho third for parents and friends of tho girls who deslro to enter blooms In tho show. Tho Judges are Dr. Bertha M. Clark. In structor In science; Miss Caro M. Miller supervisor of publlo school gardens: Ml Constance Templeton, Instructor In art and Dr. Edwin It. Greene. A spoclal prize will bo awarded for the best photograph of a garden maintained by one of the school girls. NAVY OFFICEB HAS NEW POST Lieutenant Commander Boper Trans ferred to Washington. Announcement was made at the Phila delphia Navy Yard today that Lieutenant Commander Walter O. noper has been transferred from League Island to the Naval Recruiting Station nt Washington D. C. Tho lieutenant Is now at the Naval Hos pltal, convalescing from an operation per formed last week. He had been stationed for tho last year on tho battleships Ken tucky and Wisconsin at League Island. When he leaves tho hospital he will take a short Ieavo of absence to recuperate before assuming his new duties. Twelve Freight Car3 Burned RICHMOND. Va., Sept. 25.-Pre In the yards of the Southern Railway, this mornlmr. destroyed a. rinn ..i.k.' arms. 1 seUed her and tried to pre- loaded with railroad ties. The lo Jin vent her from making a publlo spectacle, be about 175.000. It is believed that tram.,. a'id she held on to my coa; ami followed were responsible for the Are ,rftml' A, Site for Proposed S100,000 Institu tion Sought by Committee. Plans aro well under way for a new J100.000 hOBpltal to be built near the boun dary lino of West Philadelphia and Dela ware County. Several public meetings have been hold within the last few weeks, and a subscription fund of $3275 has been raised. Tho movement Is fostered by nearly all of the buaness men on Wood land avenue, from 53th stroct to Darby, seven large industrial plants and 21 phy sicinns. Clearvlew Mansion, at 73d street and Elmwood avenue, would make excellent tomporary quarters until the new building could ba erected. It is thought. Tho following were elected members of tho temporary committee: Thomas Demp sey, Paschalvllle, chairman; J. B. Simp son, Darby, secretary; George Shaw, C217 Woodland avenue, treasurer, and Dr. Al bert Smith, Colwln; B. F. Magden. Darby; Samuel Hartzensteln, 71st street and Woodland avenue, and tho Rev. Allan Balllle, 1410 North Conestoga streot. The Rev. Allan Iialllln anlil thcrn In n great need for the hospital In'West Phil adelphia and tho surrounding territory. "Ornnted the now hospital Is to be located near the boundary line between Delawaro County and tho 40th Ward," said Mr. Balllle, "the nearest hospital to tho east Is the overcrowded University Hospital, about four or Ave miles away; the near est to the south Is tho Chester Hospital, about 12 miles away; the nearest to the west Is Media, which Is about 11 miles away, and tho nearest to the north Is the Homeopathic Hospital, about Ave miles away." Large Industrial plants west of Phila delphia, such as Brill's Car Works and Pel's Soap Works are back of the proj ect. Tho district Intended to bo served by the new hospital aro Southwest Phila delphia Lansdowne, Darby, Colwln, Col- lngdaie, Ridley Park and Sharon Hill. A Bite has not yet been selected, but a committee, Messrs. J. W. Camac, 62d street and Woodland avenue; Joseph Swope, Darby, and Dr, John Armstrong, Colwln, is seeking a location. Reports of the committee for sites and subscriptions will be submitted at a meeting nn Tues day, September 29. DEATH BALKS ARREST Man for Whom Policeman Has War rant Succumbs to Heart Disease. WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. 2o.-When Patrolman Bullock went to the home of Walter Glascoe, In French street near Fourteenth, to serve him with a warrant alleging non-support, ho did not get his man. Glascoe fell over on the couch where he had been resting, and when the family found him he was dead. Dr. Mitchell Greenwood was summoned and said the man had died of heart dis ease. Whethor tho knowledge that the warrant was Issued for him worried him and caused his death Is not known. Glascoe was a comparatively young man, but had not been well for some time. He was well known as a volunteer fireman. It Is orobnhln that PnrnnA Spring will hold on Investigation. Business Man Commits Suicide QUAKBRTOWN. Pa., Sept. 25.-Edward J. Thomas, a former Justice of the peace .u a ncii-nnown ousiness man, com mitted sulcldo early this morning by shooting himself through the heart. No cause for the suicide Is known. DEATHS OF A DAY FUNERAL OF PATROL DRIVER Colleagues and Lodges to Attend Obsequies of Veteran. The funeral of Alexander J, Bojtd, Phil adelvhla'a Writ iolice patrol driver, will I THOMAS GALBBAITH Thomas Galbralth, 8 Asbury terrace, Oak Lano, died yestorday at the Samari tan Hospital, Broad and Ontario streets. Ho was SO years old and had been In good health until within a few days of his death. For 40 years Mr. Galbralth had been engaged In tho carpet manu facturing business. He was retired for tho past 20 years. His widow, a son, Thomas Galbralth, Jr., professor of his tory at the Central High Sohool, and a daughter, Mrs. Anna Cotton, survive. MBS. SABAH EVE SIMON Mrs. Sarah Eve Simon, years old and the widow of Philip Simon, who served In tho United States Army In the Mexican AONEW. On September K3, 10H, MATHIAS. liuJi'iuin oc nitran Agnoiv, Ann non nr mo late Kdwnrd and Mary Ariicw. Funeral services, on Saturday at n t. m., nt 122(1 S. Donsall t. Interment Odd Fellows' Com otery. IlAKKNCOl'F. On September 21, 1014, SAM- wain nuuanu oi me laie nerma iiacrncopr, In Ida (10th year. Uelntlve nmi friend, sleo Kraknuer Chevrn, Main Star Uvlna, No. 120. V. and A. M.; Palestine Chapter, It. A.i Itappaport I-odire, Nc. 23, I. o. F. B. of I.; Ilor Slnal Lodge, I. (J. II. II, nrn In vited to attend the funeral, on Sunday morn Inn, at 10 o'clock precisely, nt his lata resi dence, 41157 I.eldy nvc. Interment nt Ml. Cnrmel Cemetery. Klndtv omit Dowers. riAI.mVIN. At l.nnsdowne, on Fifth-day, Ninth Month 2ltli. CHAKITV BALDWIN, In the 7I)th year of her ne. Funernl from the resldenco or her nonhow. iletijnmln If. Shoemaker, iH Owen nve Lnnsdownn, on Ser6nd-day, Ninth Month 2Sth, nt 10 o'clock. Interment private. IinitTON Near Mount Holly, N. ,I on fop. tember 23, 1014. AI.WfI.DA. widow of Will lam llorton, aged 00 years. Funeral private, on Snturdny, September 20. at 1 p. m., nenr Mt. Holly, N. J. interment nt Evorgrecn Cemetery, Lumborton. N. J. UKF.NNAN. On September S3, 1014. "PAT HICK J. ItnBNNAN, husband of rntharlne (nee Heaty) and sun of the Iitn Michael nnd tlrldget Brennnn. Funeral on Saturday, nt 7!.TO a, m., from 22.17 I'emberton at. Solemn Ilenulem Mass at St. Charles' church nt U a. m. interment at New Cathedral Ceme tery. CAHrEIl. On September 23. 1014, HEN RIETTA, wife of tho late Henry Casper, ucd 00 years. HelattVea and friends nro Invited to nttend the funernl, on Sunday, nt 10 a, m.. from her letc residence, 1S0S Diamond st. Interment at Adath Jcshurun Cemetery. Bal timore nnd New York pnpera copy. CASSEr Suddenly, nn September 22. 1014. at Sea Isle Clt". N. J.. MATILDA H., widow of Charles II. Cassel nnd daughter of tho Ints Henry and Amelia Strodlck. Itelntlves nnl frlenJs are Invited to nttend the funeral ser vices, on Saturday nfternoon. nt 2 o'clock, nt her Into residence, Stenton and Gowen aves., Mt. Airy. Carrlngcs will meet the nrrivnl of the 12i50 p. m. train from the Heading Ter minal nt Mt. Airy Station. Interment pri vate, nt West Laurel Hill Cemetery. COWRY. Suddenly, on September 22. 1014. ALBEIIT L., son of Oscnr C A. nnd Annls W. Covvoy (nee Burns), aged IB years il months. Itelntlves nnd friends, nlso I). V. M. Sodnllty nnd Junior Holy Name Soelcty of thn Church of Our Lady of Mt. Cnrmel, nre In vlted to attend the funeral, on Saturday morning, at 8 o'clock, from his parents' resi dence, 2304 South 3d st. Solemn High Mosi of Iteo.ulcm at Church of Our Lady of Mt. Cnrmel nt 0:30, precisely. Interment nt Holy Crops Cemetery. CC8TEK On September 23, 1014, WILLIAM A. CUSTER. Services nnd Interment at Al toonn, Fn, CUSTE It. WILLIAM CUSTEP., 04 years. SOI rreston st. IMVlfL On September 24, 1014. M. RE BECCA IMVIPT widow of fl. Powell Davis, neutls nnd friends are Invited to attend the funeral services, on Monday morning, at 11 o'clock, M her late residence. 805 rreston at. Interment private. Bemtlns may be viewed on Sunday evening, from 7 until o o'clock. Cheater County papers please copy. DOUTY. At Allenhnrat, N, ,Jy on September 24, 1M4, HARIIY W, DOUTY. son of the into' Henry Browne and Helen M. Douty, aged IVS years, Due notice of the funeral will be. given, IllTHnUI,-On September 23, 10l4, ELIZA JANE, widow of Champion Duffleld. Fu neral services, on Saturday, at 2 p. m., 8002 Tlnlcum ave. Interment private. Friends may view remains Friday evening, after 7 o'clock. DUFFY. On September 22, 1014, ANNIE DL'FFV. dnugl.ter of Mnry and tho late Thomas DufTv, of the Parish of Kerry Caa tie, County Mayo, Ireland, Funeral on Sat urday at ft:0 a. m., from 20.10 Annln at. Solemn reiulem mass at St. Charles' Church at 10 n, m. Interment Holy Cross Ceme- EUI.AINr THOMAS EltLAW. 30 years, 2219 Orcenwleh at ., ., ELLIOTT. On September 23. 1814. ItE IIECCA ELLIOTT, nged AS years. Funeral sen-Ices on Saturday, at 10 a, m., at. IS 11 South 18th st. Interment at Olassboro, N. J. ItemAlns may be viewed on Friday, between 8 nnd 10 p. m. Automobile funeral. OltADY. On September 23, 1014, LUKES F., Jr.. beloved son of Dr. Luko F. and Mary K. (Iradv (nee Perrot), aged in years 3 month Relatives and friends, nlso B. V. M. Sodality, League of Sacred Henrt ami Holy Namo So ciety of Church of Our . Lady of Victory, Vletrlx Catholic Club, and class of 1011, It. C. H. S are Invited to attend tho funeral, on Monday, ut R.30 a. m., from the residence of his parents. 2M North B2d st., West Phila delphia. Solemn Maes of Requiem nt Church of Our Lndy of Victory, at 10 a. m. Inter ment at Holy Cross Cemetery- HAINES On Ninth Month, 22d, 1B14. HOW. AHD M. HAINF.B. husband of Kathertne E. Haines ' Relzar) and son of the late Burr and Elizabeth II. Haines. Services on Seventh-day (Saturday), at 11 a. m., at his lnte residence, Magnolia, N. J, HENDERSON. Suddenly, on September 23, 11114, JAMES ROY, son of William A. nnd Anna Henderson, aged 0 vo&ra. Funeral on Saturday at 8:30 n. m., from 46 N. Dowey St., West Philadelphia. Solemn mass of requiem at Our Church of Lndy of Itosary, at 10 a. ni. Interment Holy Cross Cemo tory I.t'NDEOARD. On September 23. 1014, JENNIE B.. daughtor of Jennie and th Into Lawrence Lundegard, aged S years 7 months. Funeral on Haturday, at 2:30 p, m., from (K38 East Llpplncott st. Interment pri vate, nt Dellavuo Cemetery. MTNDY. At Atlantic City. N. J on Ninth Month 23d, 1014, OKOIlOE W. LUNDY. Funeral at Friends' Meeting House, corner Mnln nnd Onrden streets, Mt. Holly, N. J , on Soventh-dny 20th, at 1 p. m. Interment at Mt. Hollv Cemetery. LYONS On September 24, 1014, WILLIAM P., son of the late John and Margaret Lyons, nged 35 years. Funeral on Saturday, nt 8:3U a. m., from 0327 Palmetto st., Lawndale, Philadelphia. Solemn Requiem Mass at St. '"erella's Church. Fox Chase, Pa., at 10 a, m. Interment private nt Holy Sepulchre Ccmeterx- MAKHTlfN. On September 22, 1014, MARY n wife of Harry C. Maerten, oged 4!i years. Funernl on Saturday, at 1 p. m., from late residence, 128 South Rosewood st. Remains may he viewed Friday evening. Interment al Fernwood Cemotery. MARKWARD. On September 23, 1014.MAR. OARET V., wife of Bernard V. Markword, aged 78 years. Funeral services on Saturday, nt 2 p. m., at the parlors of William A. Dun. lap, northenst corner 10th and Falrmount ave. Interment private. MrEWEN. On September 23, 1014. JOHN. son of the lnte James and Sophia McEwen (nee Breeser). aged 30 years. Funeral on Snturdny, at 2 p. m., from 2114 East Will iam st. Interment at Bellevue Cemetery. Re mains may bo viewed on Friday, from 7 to 10 p. m. nCATHfl MICK1M& Oti rflnth Month 2Jd. lt. ROW Attn A. MICKLE. In his Wth year. )lU- ttves ana frienas ars inviiea to """ n funeral, on nixm-ony. ins itie residence, ins onii ei ..au p. in,. ice. 11 West rrotpeet N. J... Train leaves Mar ket st. ferry, rhllndelphfe., st nn p.tti ersl. on Slxth-da: irom m are., Moorestown, xei si. rerry, j-nnnriipni, ai na pi.mi Trolley, foot of Market st,, Camden, X:M p. m. MUItrilY. On September 22. 1914. MAltr ELLEN MURPHY, daughter of Annls and the lnte Dennis Murphy, tged 10 years. Funeral on Saturday, at 8:30 a, m. from her. late residence. 17 Madlion ave,. Mnsdowne, Dels, ware. County. Pa. High Mass t St. Fhllo msna'a Church, at 10 a. m. Interment at Holy Croes Cemetery, NKY. In Charlotte, N. C, on fleptember 2.1, 1014, ANNIE C. NEY, ied 05 rersjne Dotger), sister of Elltabeth Wolff, Dora wr. ner, iienry c uotger ann ms into Anorew J, and William J. Dotger. Interment at Boston. Mars. OltTIL In East Brandwine, P,, on Sep tember 23, 1014, M. FRANCES, wife of Oeorge R. North. Funeral nn Saturday, it 10:30 a. m. Interment Hopewell M. E. Cera' etery. POLIHI. LBTLA rOLlSl, Id years, 1022 Tnsker st. ROSENTHAL. ISAAC ROSENTHAL, 6S years, 617 Catharine st. IH'SSELL. At nroomall. Pn., nn September 22, 1014. MART OUTHRIE, widow of Will iam Russell. Due notice of the funeral will be given. HUTCIIER. IDA BUTCHER, 70 years, 407 Oarhlll at. SCIIOPP. FREDERICK BCHOPP, B4 years, 2710 North Garnet st. SMITH. On fleptember 23, 1014, MARY B.. wife of William II. Smith (nee Holt), aged 41 jears. Funernl on Saturday, at 8 a. m., from 138 Went Lursy st., Feltonvllle, Requiem Mass at the Church of the Incarnation at 10 a. m. Interment private, at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. BNELL. On September 22, 1014, PATRICK, husband of the late Theresa Grace Snell Funeral nn Saturday, at 8 a. m., from 333 Monmouth st , Oloucester City, N. J. High Mass at St. Mary's Church at 9 a, m. In terment at New Cathedral Cemetery. STRIZIK. HELEN STR17.IK, 1 year, 840 South Front st. SUMMERES. On September 28. 1914, CHARLES, husband nf the late Kate Sum meres. Funeral on Sunday, at 2 p. m., nt 2031 Amber st. SUMMERS. MAY SUMMERS, 2 years, 1024 East Passyunk ave. TAOOART. On September 24, 1014, ttH BECCA N., widow of William J. Tngart. Funeral services on Monday, at 2 p. m., nt lf13 South 18th st. Interment at Mt. Morlsh Cemetery. TAYLOR On September 23. 101. UEOROH W. TAYLOR, aged 02 years. Funeral ser vices at 700 Btrahle. st.. Fox Chase, on Sat urday, September 2(1, at 3 p, m., precisely Interment private. TORREI.LI. COLUMnO TORRELLI, 4 Tears. 1020 Ellsworth st. VALENTINE. On September 24. 1014. ged W years. Relatives and friends, also Radiant Star OEOROE W. VALEN' Idge. No. 2.12. I. O. the funeral services, Firemen's Association, are invited to attend unerai service, on jiummr. ine in Inst., nt 2 p m. precisely, at his late real- NE, AlSO O. F.. and Veteran Monday, the 2th lay. the his late dence. 1025 Vine st. Interment private. WASMAN HERMAN WASMAN. 84 years. 017 North Bth st. WEISER. LOUISE WEISER, 92 years, 2100 South College ave. WILLS On September 23. 1014, REBECCA A., wife of Charles M. Wills. Funeral ser vices on Saturday, nt 1 p. m.. nt 1227 Cam bridge st. To proceed to Hillside Cemetery via trolley. Wl'I'PER. On September 22. 1014. AUGUS TUS, husband of the late Margaret Wupper (nee McCormlck). Funeral on Saturday, nt 8-30 n. m., from 1210 South 12th st. Sol emn Requiem Mnss at the Church of the Annunciation nt 10 a. m. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. Germany's Side of the War Question In an authoritative document by noted statesmen, financiers, pub licists and political leaders of the Fatherland, the German viewpoint of the circumstances leading up to the present war and why the Kaiser and the Reichstag were compelled, in self-defense, to enter into the conflict is given. Here is a list of the men who acted as the committee and board of editors in preparing this document : Ballin, Chairman of the Board Directors, Hamburg-American Line. Prince von Bulow, Hamburg. Dr. R. W. Drechsler, Director of the American institute, Herltn. Court and Cathedral Goltr, General Field Dr. Dryander, Chief Preacher, Berlin. Dr. Baron von der Marshal, Berlin. Von Gwinner, Director of the German Bank Berlin. Prof, Dr. von Harnack, Berlin. Prince von Hatzfeldt, Duke of Trachenberg. Dr. Heineken, Director of the North German Lloyd, Bremen. Prince Henckel von Donnersmarck. Paul'Dehn, Author, Berlin. Dr. Drechsler, Director of the American In- Btitute, Berlin, Matthias Erzberger, Member of the Reichstag, HONORARY COMMITTEE Dr. Kaempf, President of the Reichstag, Berlin, Prof. Dr. Eugen Kuhnemann, Breslau. Prof. Dr. Lamprecht, Leipsig. Dr. Thcodor Lewald, Director of the Depart ment of the Interior, Berlin. Franz von Mendelssohn, President of the Chamber of Commerce, Berlin. T5 2 ...... HeT. -. - House of fLord. ' m Cr f thc Von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, Berlin. Count von Onnerl,, M.u ., -. .... ?." Dr. Wundt. Leipsig. nf r;,;: iiTl "".'"cl u "lc nouse iviaaame uo dberger. r.. fdna"l?I,theRe.lchstaB. Blin. Princess Henckel vor -wm.. w woauu warty- WCIincr, Dr. Schmidt, Ministerial Director, Berlin. Prof. Dr. von Schmoller, Berlin. Count von Schwerin-Lowitz, President of tho House of Deputies. Wilhelm von Siemens, Berlin. Friedrich, Prince of Solms-Baruth. Max Warburg, Hamburg. Siegfried Wagner, Bayreuth. Prof. Dr. Francke, Berlin. Dr. Walther Rathenau. Rerlin Viktor, Duke of Ratibor. BOARD OF EDITORS B. Huldermann, Director of the Hamburg. t.Mib.tvau .iuc, uinDurg, iviemher of the Reichstag, Berlin. lersdorff, Member of the Prus- of Lords. Member of the. n. von Donnersmarck. iJucness von Katibor, The Baroness Speck von Sternburg. Madame von Trott zu Solz. D. 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