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feVEtflNG LEDttEB-PHlLAPECTHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 191X
REFUSE TO LEAP, BUT
MUNCH AT HEDGES
Thoroughbreds Show Shock-
ing Presence of Ordinary
Appetites Heavy Skies
Threaten, But Crowd
in ellnglnn itown milady wears with charm-
rt. dainty fathrd, pert chapeau that
frames her elalc face!
Kht them, the gloves and aema she wears at
nryn Mawr's yearly show,
"Tell why some never see the horse who to
th turnout go.
i raoM A KTArr coxnxiroNDCNT.
' BRTN MAWI1, Pa., Sept. 25. Dancing
Knd hungry horses which did the heal
iatlon, chewed hedges Instead of Jump
ing over them, and otherwise performed
Jn a manner decidedly unclubby, fea
tured the hunters and jumpers' class
which was first Judged today at the
Bryn Mawr Horse Show. During the
entire Initial competition there was not
one spill from a field of 36 entries. This
la a remarkable thing when one con
siders past performances.
The first arrival, acting In a decidedly
uncalled for manner considering his birth,
as Benjamin, an entry of Tlobert I
Gerry, of New Tork. Benjamin stopped
short when he camo to a hedge In front
of the grandstand and began to partake
of a late breakfast. Horrified Judges
rushed to the rescue of tha hedge and
the horse waa turned oft the oval for
bad manners. Benjamin's conduct the
last two days has been quite naughty,
l'eiterday he upset Lurman Stewart In
a spectacular manner In front of the
grandstand and otherwise cavorted In a
wanner decidedly unbecoming to well
Display showed terpslchorcan proclivi
ties. Hermnnus, a Highland Farm entry
of John R. Valentine's, danced about the
tan bark In a manner which would have
occasioned the envy of a Vernon Castle.
Ecry step was hesitation, and despite
the lashings administered by Lurman
Stewart, his rider, Hermanus tripped
about the ring In reckless fashion. Not
until he had finished the dance did the
animal consent to take the Jumps.
MB. TOWNSEND THROW
Whal at first looked like a set .
dent happened early today at
Ilawr home of John R.'Valent
J. Taylor Townsend, of New Yoi as
hurled to the ground by a vicious horse
belonging to Robert li. Gerry, of New
Tork. Mr. Townsend, who Is a house
guest of the Valentines, was trying out
the animal when It threw him. His ear
was badly cut, but he Insisted the Injury
was not bad and rode a horse In the first
hunters' and Jumpers' class, wearing a
bandage over his head.
Robert L,. Gerry's Hamsah, winner of
Ihe Radnor Challenge Cup on Wednes
day, captured a blue ribbon In the hunt
ers' and Jumpers' class, the first Judged
today. None of the horses whose
peculiar performances featured the con
test took a prize. Second honors went
to Branton, of Stronla Farms, a Balti
more stable, while Huntley, another of
the Gerry horses, took third. Hard, Mrs.
Robert Wadsworth's horse, came In for
One of the Interesting mounts in the
first class was London Smoke, A. Henry
Tflrfylnonne lincan mThlnL i..t. ... j
era qualified or green ghown oyer the
outside course, will conclude the day'"
event. This class Is also to be ridden
by members of hunt clubs In costume.
Nearly overy horse which has accom
plished anything during the week will
be entered. Willow King, Ballyheathet
and St. Winifred, from Glen Riddle
Farms; Louis C, Clark's Templar! Alarm
and High Ball, belonging to E. B. Mc
Lean! Robert L. Gerry's Hamsah, win
ner of the Radnor Challengo Cup! Sloe
Gin and Wild Irishman, Fallan, Lono Ben
and many other famous hunters will bo
among the competitors,
HOUND SHOW ENDS TODAY.
Today marks the last of the hound
show, and special prizes are being award
ed to winners In the various competi
tions. Among the hounds, tne principal
entries are from the Middlesex, Hart
ford County and Rrandywlne hounds,
while Brandywlne, Cheshire Hartford
County, Elkrldgo, Middlesex, Green Spring
Valley and Pickering hounds are entered
In .the fox terrier clasa.
The fox terriers will compete In an In
tel tstlng event known as digging. With
each pack of hunting dogs there Is al
ways a Imall terrier used to chase the
fox from drain pipes or other covers.
The ability along this lino will be dem
onstrated by entries In the working class
Middlesex had slightly the better of
Judging, with Brandywlne a close sec
ond among American-bred English hounds
at tho dog show, Brandywlne, Trimmer,
Donovan and Pilgrim took blue and sec
onds, while Wanderer, Harvester, Work
man and Ranger drew first prize for the
Middlesex hounds, as well as second
honors In such classes where they did
not feature as winners.
In the obedience class Valley Hill
Farms' Jim Leglno galloped off with iv
blue; L. C. Clark's Templar, a post entry,
being second, and Fallan, a Highland
Farm horse, third.
The consolation class for saddle horses,
which afforded former non-winning entries
an opportunity to regain lost prestige,
resulted In a blue ribbon being awarded
to Compton Manor Flame, Dr. S. M.
Weeks, owner; tho second prize went to
Miss E. Kolb's Preference, and third and
fourth honors to Mrs. Wlkoff Smith's
Bluebird and F. Ambrose Clark's Rabab.
Clasa S2, qualified or green huntsrs which
ha ner won a prize or ribbon at any
rcognlied show Won by Hamsah, owned
by Ilobert L. (Jerry; second, Branton, from
Btrontla. Farm; third, Huntley, owned by
Robert L. Gerry, fourth, Hard, owned by
Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth. First prise $33,
second prize SIB.
Class 52, caddie horses, consolation class
First, Dr. F. M. Weeks' Compton Manor
Flame; socond. Miss E. Kolb's Preference;
third, Miss Wykoff Smith's Bluebird; fourth,
F. Ambrose Clark'a Rahab.
Claas 01, Obedience class-First, Vnllcy Hill
Farms' Jim Iglno; second, U C Clark, Jr.'a,
Templar; third, Highland Farms' Sloe Gin,
fourth, F. Ambrose Clark's Sallle Combeo.
Hlgglnson's horse, which took every jump
In fine style but one. His aversion to this
particular ODstructlon caused him to halt
suddenly In front of It. and Instead of
Jumping, stepped deliberately over the
rails. Laughter from the stands greeted
HEWY SKIES THREATEN.
Gray skies and surly clouds greeted
early morning arrivals. But it takes
more than these uncertainties to dampen
the enthusiasm of a typical horse show
orowd once spectators got the habit of
being present at the Judging. The possi
bilities of a spill or the thrills of excite
ment when sleek hunters, handled In a
Jnasterly manner, go gracefully over dif
ficult Jumps, far outweigh any misgiv
ings caused by a possibility of rain.
And so people kept coming into the
stands and walking about tho rails. True,
straw hats and other Palm Beach attire
pe nay to raincoats and typical fall
headgear, but all that goes with the
change In climatic conditions, and rain or
rhlne. warm or cold, the Bryn Mawr Bhow
rieier fails to attract crowds of hunting
enthusiasts and lovers nt h hnr Th.
attendance this year Is augmented hy thi
combination hound show, which is being
held In conjunction with the other fash
Disappointed horse owners whose saddle
Jiorse entries have failed to come up to
the expectations of admirers, will have
another opportunity today to enter their
Mrlng of non-winners In the consolation
tlass This event Is open only to non
winners. The horse show catalogue does
"Ll. ecord ,ho names of those animals
which ate to compete In this event, and
one of the chief topics of conversation
among typical rail birds naturally la
which horses will be entered.
INTEREST IN TODAY'S PROGRAM
Today's events comprise In their en
tirety probably one of the most Interest
ing programs of the week. Hunters and
jumpers figure particularly In the list.
Jn the obedience class, run off shortly
before noon, awards were made to the
horse making the best showing over a
erles of nine successive Jumps, three
over at a walk, three at a trot and three
Ri a canter. Manna in ,m0 ...
were especially considered.
The ladles' obstacle driving class, which
1 ,... i e ""1 anortl' "r the noon re
5"s, is another contest in which crr.
lVTiV a.nd sk,,,ul handimg'or
Under d,raeut condltlon8 are rse
u adV?nta8uei Jhe PT,ze I" this event
given for the best driving by a lady
."tlg .stePPe In harness are also ex-
the ,hn P'Sf0 ih afte"n crowd at
ine show. The famous Pandora, from
Bamuel M Vauclaln's Brnrti w "m
at Rosemont. is an entry. This horai
weeK. Another well-known horse which
JMIl be seen In this class Is The Whin
J 2mmRr.oa1,awn Fa' Charles R
ih.,Uqi,s Senator Is another entry
HUNT CLASS WITH HOUNDS.
Just before the closing event late this
BUernoon, a hunt class with hounds will
be shown over the oval In front of the
W 5.lJnlila.r even wa run off on Tuesday,
LrsonVhlVV6. a,ternoon tha 5
TlTh,.hfd,aIready le th8 grounds.
Jno.t n?.1 Cla" wUn nou,ld ' ne of the
Sg ThriurSwl'i8.ent' ,n tod"V Jud
are J,'!? hu club8 wUh riders and dois
ihown m? any "cnl"d club to be
hylhl th,nve c?uple8 of English hounds
form a Ur and two wht " ""nt un.
cou. ,iUY a r,de abou the inner
Th. ,!? d?? ". kenneled and Judged.
btwn lpetVfj?. ,n thu cU" today '
S!!e.n h.e MIMlesex fox hounds. Bran-
hound. "l.."nd Hartford. County
Clasc 11, Encltsh hounds, unentered dog
hounds First. Middlesex Fox Hounds' Wan-
i rtcrcr; second, Brandywlne Hounds' Pilgrim.
third, Middlesex Fox Hounds' Han ester.
Kngllsh hounds, best couple of dogs First,
Middlesex Fox Hounds' Salisbury and Ranger:
stconrt, Middlesex Fox Hounds' Wellington
and Workman; third, Brandywlne Hounds'
Doncnan and Trimmer. '
Class 22. best dog hound First. Brandywlne
Hounds' Trimmer; second,. Middlesex Fox
Hounds' Tarquln; third, Middlesex Fox
Class 24, best couple dogs First, Brandy
wins Hounds' Donovan and Trimmer; second.
Middlesex Fox Hounds' Tarquln and Wander
er; third, Middlesex Fox Hounds' Royal and
Clans 1.1, English hounds, couple of unentered
dogs First. Middlesex Fox Hounds' Harvester
and Beaufort; second, Brandywlne Hounds'
Pilgrim and Piper; third, Middlesex Fox
tiounns- uampcr and Darker.
Class IS, English hounds, best dog hound
First. Middlesex Fox Hounds' Ranger; second.
Mlddlenex Fox Hounds' Workman; third,
Brandywlne Hounds' Trimmer.
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MUST NOT ERECT HOTEL
IN PATH OF NEW PARKWAY
Harrison Estate Heirs Win Suit
Against tho Executors.
Tho question as to whether Councils
should not bo compelled to formally con
demn property now In lino with tho
I'arkwny, ns proposed by the city, was
decided by Judge Dickinson In the
t'nltcd States District Court today In nn
opinion filed. The case was brought by
Theodore L Harrison and The Phila
delphia Trust, Safe Deposit and Insur
ance Company, executors under the will
of Joseph .Harrison, Jr., dr-cmscd, against
tho city, Tho court orders the plain
tiff's bill dismissed and a decreo to be
entered entitling tho defendant to tho
costs of the RiiH
The Harrison estate Is the owner of the
properties H01-HO3-14O7 Filbert street. It
waa proposed by the executors to erect
a hotel on the property, which would cost
about $100,000, hut when the heirs of tho
estnto objected to this Improvement on
tho ground that tho properties, were al
ready on a lino with tho Parkway, ac
cording to tho city plans, and that there.
i fore no damages could bo recovered for
! buildings erected on tho site, the oxecu-
tors sought the nld of tho District Court
Jtldgo Dickinson's ruling upholds the
argument advanced by the heirs, that It
would be inadvisable to Improvo the land
with a 1130.000 building nt this time.
over his land In advance of such street
being declared to be open for public use,'
advises Judge Dickinson In his opinion.
By tho term "paper street," Judge Dickin
son means tho street ns proposed nccord
Ing to tho city plans. Tho court holds that
tho Parkway wns projected In good faitn
by tho city, and belloves that It will be
completed ns soon ns tho proper aulhorl-
Ma a ItttHtr ft eVtMttrt fttfl.
"Many laws in their application work
hardships," tho court explains, "but such
hardships do not reach tho dignity or
legal Injustice. Tbo evil hero complained
of Is, moreover, not even real, or at least
present. It Is threatened only.
BUILET STOPS FLEEING MAN
PollCemnn Shoots Suspect When He
Refuses to Unit,
CHESTER, Pn- Sept. 2S.-Charles
Taylor, alias John Smith, who, with n
companion, had been taken Into custody
early this morning, was later shot by
Policeman Hanley. Taylor fell with a
bullet In tho back when he tried to flee.
Ho was removed to the Chester Hos
pital. His condition Is serious. His com
panion waa Zachnrlus Adams, of 013
Wnrnock street, Philadelphia.
The men were loltTlnir on Market
street and lied nt the approach of Police
men Hanley nnd Owens When over
taken thev said they were on their way
to Philadelphia Tailor then broke away
from Hanley. who repeatedly ordered
There Is no net of Assembly of Penn
sylvania which provides for navment nf
or requires security for any damago which i him to halt The policeman shot threo
n, property owner may sustain by reason I times In the air and then shot Taylor in
of the laying out of a paper street on or ' tho back.
ELOPERS CAUGHT HERE
I ! i si ns
Negro Married Man arid Girl, 14,
Arrested Leaving Train.
The elopement of a Negro married Map
with a H-year-old colored girl from Snow
Hill, Worcester County, Md., crime to a
sudden end In this city wli&i Detective
Qreeby and Tucker arrested the pair ftf
Broad Street Station. The man Is Cleve
land Smith, 27 years old, and the girl la
Sheriff W. II Richardson, of Worcester
County, notified detectives here yester
day of the elopement and asked them to
watch trains from the South. He has
been Informed of the arrest and Is now on
his way to thin city with the parents
of the Klrl The elopers will not be given
a hearing until the sheriff arrives,
Smith and tho girt were arrested at
P 30 o'clock last night ns they stepped
from n train from the. South. Both re
fused to make statements to the detec
tives Miss Parnell declared she was
17 yenrs old, but her age Is given as
14 years In the telegram from her home.
GEORGE W. VALENTINE
Death from an attack of heart disease
camo yesterday to George W. Valentine,
1C25 Vine street, who for many years had
kept his fish store In tho Beading Ter
minal Market. Though Valentine was
85 years old, he was actively engaged In
business until about eight months afro.
All summer he had been In feeble health.
Ho was a member of the Evangelical
Luthern Church, Slat and Chestnut
streets, for the past GO years. Ills widow
Copyright by Underwood i Undent nod, Neu Yolk
PRINCE OF WALES BOWED WITH GRIEF
Bidding his men good-by as they left for the front, the British heir to
the' throne wept because he was denied the privilege of accompanying them.
The Prince had hoped to lead his old command, the Battalion Grenadiers, but
was transferred to the Third Battalion,
TOP COATS, FURS AND SOFT
FELT HATS AT HORSE SHOW
Rainy-day Costume Most In Evidence
at Bryn Mawr.
BP.T.V MAWR, Pa., Sept. 25. Top coats,
furs and soft felt hats comprised tho
regulation costume at the Horse Show
here this morning, although not a few
persons came over In their riding toga.
Among them were Mrs. Wm. J. Clothier
and Miss Hose Dolan, who Joined Mr.
and Mrs. David Sharpe In her box. Mrs.
Shafpe was wearing a suit of pale blue
cheviot. Around her throat was a white
Angora scarf and her dark brown straw
hat was trimmed with flame-colored vel
The Misses Ellso and Eleanor Hopkins
were among the early morning visitors,
accompanied by Miss Letitla McKlm.
Miss Eleanor Hopkins came in a red cloth
suit of danger signalling coloring and a
largo black hat. Her sister wore a full
green top coat and soft black velour
MrH. Robert L. Gerry wore a. taupe
colored corduroy coat with a full collar
of fisher fur. She chose with this a small
American beauty colored hat, trimmed
simply with roses of the same shade.
Mrs. Valentine came today in a Norfolk
suit and brown felt hat.
Mrs. Gerry Delper chose a white gown
with a coral-colored woolen sweater and
white felt hat. Mrs. L.elper was Joined
later In the morning by Mrs. Arthur
Cooke, who wore a navy blue cheviot
suit and black velvet trlcone hat.
Miss Margaret Burton chose a white
linen suit, a buff colored sweater and soft
As the day wore on the hot sun made
conditions more favorable, and a num
ber of arrivals dropped In during tho
late morning, many preferring, however,
to watch the judging of the hounds in
the outside ring, among them being Mrs.
Harry Wain Harrison and Mrs. Victor
C. Mather, Mrs. J. Stanley Reeve. MIbs
Josephine Mather and Mrs. Howard El
lison, Jr. The latter. In an attractive
cadet-blue norfolk suit, was accompanied
hy ner two little daughters. In rose-plnk
coats and bonnets. Ms. Harrison and
Mrs. Mather left early to attend the
luncheon given by Mrs. Charles Randolph
Snowden at the Radnor Hunt Club, where
she entertained 25 guests.
some interesting visitors of the day
were Miss Anne Connor, aocompanled
by her niece. Miss Irene Connor, both
very prominent horsewomen of Savan
nah, Ga. Miss Connor and her; niece
made the trip North solely to be pres
ent nt this show and obtain some
pointers In regard to a horse show to
be held later In Savannah.
Mr. and Mrs, Henry C. Collins, of
Pittsburgh, who, however, have been
residing at Devon for the past year,
wero among me arrivals or tne morning
Mrs. George Dallas Dixon over a
white linen gown wore a white silk
sweater and a small white hat with tho
crown outlined with blue velvet.
Miss May Reeves, of Phoenlxvllle, was
with Miss Frances Sullivan In the Sul
llvan box. Miss Reeves wore a worsted
crochet hat of rose color and navy blue
and a black and white coat. Miss Sul
livan covered her white gown with a
jellow sweater and wore a Panama hat
Mrs. Henry A. Hlgglnson. over a blue
serge costume, woro a light tain.Mi.
ored top coat and large white hat faced
with navy blue.
$4000 LEFT TO CHARITY FROM
ESTATE OF FRANCIS HEYL
$100,000 Holdings of Alfred D.
Silliman Co. to Family.
Charitable bequests of $4000 are made
from the $17,589 estato of Francis Heyl,
who died recently In the Gcrmantown
Hospital and whoso will was admitted
to probato today. Tho residue of tho
estate is bequeathed to relatives.
The Pennsylvania Hospital for the In
sane will receive ?500, tho Summit Presby
terian, Church. Gcrmantown, $100; Board
of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian
Church of the United States, $1000. Of
this last amount, ?500 Is for tho Arthur
En Ing Memorial Church College In tho
United Provinces of northern Indln, and
$500 for the School for Christian Women
and Teachers of northern India.
The Board of Homo Missions of the
Presbyterian Church of the United States
will receive $500; the cause of synodlcal
Instruction in tho synod of tho Presby
terian Church, J0O; the cause of church
extension, $200. Each of tho following
Presbyterian organizations will receive
$200: Board of Education. Church Educa
tion Fund, Board of Publication, Board
of Relief for Disabled Ministers and
Widows and Orphans of Deceased Min
isters, Missionary Fund, the College
Board, the Board of Temperance
The estate of Alfred D Silliman, late
of 625 West Upeal street, valued nt more
than $100,000, Is devised to the widow,
Ada L,. Sullivan, and the children The
widow Is named executrix In tho will
Other wills probated today dispose of
the following estates; Charles H. Fold.
Bteln, 1826 West Ontario street, ?2i,0n0;
Susan Myers, COll Torrcsdnlo avenue,
$1300; Sarah E. Tanner, 290S Diamond
street, $2500; Michael Boyle, 1312 South
Capital street, $2000.
Letters of administration were granted
In the $3356 estato of Mary Meeker, who
died at Wlldwood, N J. Personal prop
erty of Louisa V Stone has been ap
praised at $10,557 33.
NEGRO RAZOR WIELDER
CUTS SWATH IN STREET
Policeman nn Artful Dodger and Ar
rests Man and Wife.
There was general lellef in the vicin
ity of Eleventh and Lombard streets to
day when tho residents heard that Chat He
Diamond, tho Xcgro "cut up," was in
Jail. Diamond, according to the police. Is
Justly named. Lnst nlKlft, It nppeaip, tho
rain spoiled his program of social diver
sion and being unable to tango at his
favorite plac. he found fault with things
In general nnd persons in Lombaid fitreet
Diamond's wrath eventually renched
such a high pitch that he took his sharp
est razor nnd went out to look for some
real trouble. The police sav he en riled
tho razor In his hand roadv for action
It appears this caused some comment and
enabled IDamond to have an abundance
of room on tho sidewalk Two or tbico
remarks from pnsoersbv roused Diamond
to the proper pitch, and. according to the
police, ho attempted to cut a number
of men and women on Lombard street.
When Jacob Holland, of 0O5 Lomhard
street, tried to stop Dlnmonrl, the razor
wlclder's wlfo suddenly appeared nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Diamond made Holland
declare for peace
But Policeman Nelson, nf tlm 12th and
Pino streets station. Is razor proof nnd.
after some artistic dodging, he spoiled
the fun and brought hotli Mr and Mrs.
Diamond to the st.itlon hnue
Diamond was held In S1V0 and his wife
In $500 ball for couit
PRISONER HAS FIT IN COURT
SCREAMS PREVENT ROBBERY
Woman Ignores Intruders' Threats of
Death nnd Summons Policeman.
Threats to kill did not terrify Mrs. Mary
Lorra when two men entered her room
in the houso at SM North Franklin street
with the intention of robbing her last
Her screams drove the men out of tho
house and. brought Policeman Belale, of
the Tenth and Buttonwood streets sta
tion. He arested James Martin, who said
that he lived at 2517 Wateiloo street, and
James Tithes, who gave his address as
2208 North Third street.
This morning they were held under $S00
each for a further hearing next Tuesday.
In the pocket of Martin was found $2
which It was testified was stolen from a
room In the house.
Attack of Epilepsy Nearly Causes a
Panic in Quarter Sessions.
Confined In the prisoner's ence In Room
453 of Quarter Sessions Court, tndav,
awaiting trial with a senro of nther
prisoners, Adolph Davidson, a Nesro.
was overcome by nn epileptic fit, and
nearly created n panic amnnpr the prison
eis and spectntnrs se.tted near the cape
The afflicted man. writhing nnd moan
ing, roused the other oeeupints of tho
restricted space to crowd to the fnr.enrt
of the cage, while women spitted a few
feet from the barred' compartment, ap
parently believing that a outbreak among
the prisoners was eminent, showed signs
of hysteria. Court officers wero kept
husy for a few moments with Davidson
and the excited woman
The man was finally carried to an ante
room and it required the combined of.
forts of four men to hold him while
Jacoby. a sheriff's officer, annlled rpatnrn.
tlves. Davidson was to have been tried
on a charge of stabbing his wife
TREAT EMPLOYES KINDLY
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
WtUUm B. Weill. 2201 Mldlion Sou.r.
Florence A. lIollU. 1215 8. Mrko .1
Carllto Parclul, league Itland. and Ann
Bell, Darby, Pa. ' a Ann
John C. Schmltt, B730 Poplar at., and
XSth at., md
Stahl, 1M Wyoming at
John J. Schoenln, Jr . 223S N,
Harriet S Hooper, Lanndale.
frank W Toon 4M1 Daynton t., and J.nni.
M. Nelman SMU Boyer at ' a Jnnle
wnaiq " nuniiey. -ttw banaom at
Margaret D. Hurrf. 4UO Sm.nm .,
TVIItlav.1 CMimMf Adar Atn T,... . '
Vllllam Schmldtetter. 410 Uvlnieton . .
Elliabeth Buraeaa. 1118 E. wiii -. " ' tni
Alfred n. Wright. M4Z Tacony at., and M.k.i
Cameron. M28 Tacony at. ' a M"l
Thompson, at High School.
Makes Couitesy Plea.
Capitalists "who treat their emploes
as hands and not as human beings
were condemned by Dr. Robert E Thomp.
son, speaking on "Courtesy at tha morn
Ing assembly today in the Central Hlgn
School. "The futuro will see an Impiove
ment In conditions." said Doctor Thomp
son. "and cmploers will regard their
employes as desenlnu of conrtosv .i
not merely as a means to an end.
"The European war Is due to a lack of
humanity and vnluatlon of life among the
nations lighting," he declared "Thev re
gard the people not as human beings, but
no more iTeuiures. as tne south looked
upon slaes before the Civil War."
GETS GLASS FOR DIAMOND
Customer Charges Jewery Clerk With
Case of Substitution.
Archibald Bryson, clerll In the Jew
elry store of William H. I.onu. 1625
ovum aireei was neid m his own rec
ognizance In m ball for court today
by Magistrate Ilenshaw on the chargo
of substituting glass for a diamond In
the ring of Mrs. Mary Costello, 153ti
South street, who left It at the store
to be repaired.
Mrs. Costello testified that Bryaon
charged her $7 for the work. She then
.ii Tne CUP I Piesented by the I Ci-arles C. Jonei. M0 Weetmlnater av. .
CwtnihUo dtMtn to aU bunt. ' fXPi&lfiZS? " " "Aalu . took to a pawnshop and learned tha"
"""'""i Una stone was worthless, she sald.
Camden County Board of Taxation
Orders Increases nt Colllngswood.
The Camden County Board of Taxation
today ordered tho followliiR Increases In
assesments In the Borough of Callings
wood General Water Companv. $19,350 to
$58,000; South Jersey Ons. Electric and
Traction Company. $,850 to $32,250; pi,.
i'.eSevl.ce Electric Company, $3150 to
$Jo.5. Delaware and Atlantic Telephone
and TeleBrnph Companj. $!0,6no to $15 000
?l!iSW00'1 Se"nee Company. $36,100 to
in mo iiorrougn or woodlynne the ns-
-nmcni or tno wmnen and Suburban
Hallway Company has been increased
from $30 to $5000
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Announcement of Assignments Is
Announcement was nude today of the
appointment of th follow mK priests in
th Archdiocese of Philadelphia
The Hey. Eugene A Kelly to St Ed-
to St Philip Nerl's. tho Hev FranJl
BiJ.'W' l th0 Church ot th Mom
Blessed Sacrament, the Rev Thomas J
Nolan to the Church of the Holy Sntrlt
Sharon Hill, the Re-. P A Collins .
Our Lady of Lourd.s- the Re "'C
Store Opens 8.30 A. M.
Store Closes 5.S0 P. M.
The Grand Organ Plays Tomorrow at 9, 11 and 5:15
THE WANAMAKEE S
The lunipackimig of more of the famoms Bigelow rugs
Ira the spec5a3 sale at 25 per cent, reduction
off price. Plenty of choice in practi
cally all brands and grades.
(Fourth Floor, Market)
A special clearaway sale of 3000 pair of children's
shoes, all marked at somewhat below
the usual factory cost.
(Subway Gallery, Market)
A large and distinguished showing of new black velvet
millinery in the $10 and $112 grades, out
of- our own workrooms.
(Second Floor, Chestnut)
A special sale of 700 new Autumn hats, priced at $5
each, in the little Millinery Salon.
(Subway Floor, Market)
Special sale men's Balmacaan
weather-proof coats at $5.75.
(Subtvay Floor, Market)
A little posing of some of the BechpffffOavid Co., Paris,
gowns and wraps that were not displayed 'in
the recent Egyptian Hall showing.
(First Floor, Central)
The last Saturday M the September sale of Housewares
In the division of housecleaning helps there '
are more than $4000 worth of goods alosm
(Subway Floor, Central)
serge skirts in
$3.75 to $7.S0,
(First Floor, Central)
a special sale at