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KA'KNTNG LEHGEE-PHILADELPHIA", MONDAY; SEPflEMBEB 28, 10,12. INDUSTRY FAIRLY PROSPEROUS LAST YEAR IN NEW JERSEY State Bureau of Statistics Re ports Increase of Product and Number of Wage Earners. Oomtnlttrp MilK-cl. however Hint the for in'p head of the onrnorntlon had I'ron iitrrl from nny conncetloti with the liualnrTfl. Klv- (lustres hiivr l)ffii llnmnl to holil nil t hf slock In the Mercantile Stor"i i iVimmiv iimi tmme Its tllirctors until nil ili-tit" liave Iippii imkl. TIipj nre .' un"8 S Alpmnpr nn1 John W. T. Vli Imls nml Henry lltvvi Now YorU, . Knir"t Itmnlil I'M iru. "nil Philip' ."iiiHKtoii. Hooton. NEW FEDERATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS IS FORMED HERE FINANCIAL BRIEFS m Statistics of niPiiufRctureii of thp Stntp Ilurcau of ltidiisti lul Statistics of New Jersey show that the yenr IBIS Wn fairly prosperous oiip for the 3WW per eohs whoso Incomes, whether In the form of wages or salaries, are drawn from the products of lhiltitrls. The Increase In the number of etn,b tlshments n 19H, ns compared with 1914, was 82, or 1 2 ppi cent. The capital lit vested has kuhvh from $319,l::,l0 111 intit to JMfc 790...VU In 1M3, nit Increase of J.W CW.SJJ, or 5 3 pel cent. The distribution of this onomi'Mis onpltnl, ncoot thrift t" the requirement of Industry, was n follows; Invested In land nnd buildings. KKI.3R!'. 123; In maclilner, tools nnd Implements, 9210.3S1.939; 111 all other forms, rush on hand, bills p.i.nhle. stook In process of mnmifnctuie, etc., $o.n.J,s65.3.. The rost of all stock or material used In 1912 was fr.ls.lll.nM. In ll'II! It Was . "SV.v W2.5T6, an Increase of $40,fiM.4'.'J. nt .S pel Hi Oelobrr T. nl 2 p. m the llepitrt menl of Atfriinlture Mill issue u report of condition and Melds of grain ernps. 'flip t'tlrn ?lenm and Mohawk f'otton Alllls, of t'tlrn. J?, V., lmve received nn order from the French Government for frm.ow sheets. President Hubert I.mnont, of the Amerl tan Steel t-'onndrlpB r'ampnny, on an In spectlon trip of the com says that It' will be necrssnr some or the plants nnd curtail production nl other works. Mr. Iximont said that the foundry business was decidedly poor ut present. Retiring directors were reeleeted at the annual meeting or the Chicnuo, Mltwau kee and St. Paul. State Body Covering Life, Fire and Casualty Brokers Will Make War on Pro posed Obnoxious Laws. I'OKT OK PHILADELPHIA to p.m. Sf.V AN1 TIDK.I. fun Tint . fi-.'.iin.m. un .ct 1'Hll. MiKt.rttlA Hlldi vvatr. S Stlii m. ,H1r1i ter. P..W p.m. 1j wnttt . u.'ll a m !, water.. ;i 111 p.m. KEKIiV iMLXNti H.th wnter, nian. High ttuter. n-III p.m. I.ovv w.iir -i m. i l.ow Water. .12.0 p.m. tmiMKWATnii HlKh vv-aier. .VlOp i. I.nvv wntir.,10 ftl p.m. cent. The total omnn vaiu' oi tin mms i mKt, ntrr. .! .11 u.m. mndc or work donp was $!.51, 102,7115 in I t.- water, nl,". am. 1912, and $i.i2Si..N9 in wis: the ihcn.is. i Vesaols Arriving Today for the latter rur was, theiefi're. "TT. r:i,- ... , t . , f-i nl. -.,, ,.nt 1'tnilnlin iBt i. Inshiim, Liverpool, pnssen lul. or i.u pel i mi. ,., on,( ,IInli.'n,llM. Ameru-an Line, tlc-ke.l Tho KTcatest number of vvasre eann'ts j -iiMtismii uienue nharf si m employed nt :inv time dtirlna the .Vi.'i frvi.cm is i. r rt Antonio, fruit, Vnite.l 1313 was Sffl.321. !,. imullert number -. i ' "' '"; . S9i.l33 nnd th.- iv,'t:iRp numi i-r. .(...". Itnuk, Joseph '. i!.ibrlel Point llre. The ilirternmi" n,'i'fm tne two esirenn-K was 35,Vi. or IT j pet cent., which Indi cates th'- ptnpottion of uni'tnpIo mt-nt experienced 1a the factory and workshop wnse earner of the State ilutltns 1913. rt NOTF.S OF THE HAIL Steamships to Arrive PAtftXJ8ll. Nume. Prom. M.tniinltnn Ulitriron ... tiunpa!lii N'uptes . . . , . li i uui Litirpoul ... l illtoiala Cop nliaen PttBIUItT. ritv nf Durham. . l.K SH .V decii.i"i nt 5 l r ci-nt r :n ! In total nperalin'.? tivniii nl vallr mi' In June tompari il with 'In- same m mth ot lust ear Is shown In the summary of the Bureau of Hallway Ken! omic. Thi Bummarv also i-hr.w that there was a lei rease In opir.it. n., cpeni-s of t.l pel cent. The net o,ii.!tlngr revenue per mile wai 23 smalli r or 7 r'r cent., when com pared with Jutv. i!i J. Mart Tolnt . .. Man Mivilncr.. A.I Ho Muimrols , (.anuilla r-renliers n . . , Xinlk Raplilan Missouri Uaketan , liwnwleh Wlnlatnn Man. Miller ... Corriston ...fpt 1 ...fnt. IS ...Sept. U ...Sept. 1U ...Sept. 11 ...Sept. ...Sept. 1ft ...Sept. 1S . . Sept ...Sept. 19 . .Sept 1-3 .epi. ...Calcutta .. ...Hot pnlnm ...Ixi nil. m ... . ...MniK'lipuer ...Huelrit ... ...I'Hlrutta ., ...Stainntier , ...OirllCf .... ...MIMlPsbnru ...Lelth ...liniUm ... ...min . . . fllV-fl!i,. H r , I . . .St Vim en-.C.V Sept. 17 .. ..MinsHeiter ... (tnt '-'1 rorre.i. sept. I'S Steamships to Leave FAj-iiExnett. Fop. l.lveriiosl . Naples .... Ll rrpf'Ol . (ilagiw ... Copenhagen FREIQHT. ' t'rnnlenbo-r Coi)cnl)aen 'West Holnt Lumlon ... I linnnJlH I hfif irinld nivfriieemi nt .1 iiasen- , iimcmn.i Division of the I " Orcnnlfttitlou of the lltsttiniice t'Vilem tlon of tVnnas'lvunlii has heen completed. It hns ctiihllKh.-d leniporni'y henil ltmrters In thp ronnis of the l-'lro Insnr- puny "s plants, j nlw ney- ' I'ourth street near Wnl-sani-V to close i hut. The federation Is made up of life, lire nnd disunity insurance agents nnd broker throughout tho State. In n letter to brokers and nuents, J. W. Mrnrv, in-esldent of the newly formed federation, declarea Hint tho future of the insurance niteiit In I'onnsylvanla Is In dancer, nml that there must bo made a co-operative attack on laws, which, he sns, the net L,e.llnture pinna to put throncfh roVerliiR liisurntice regulation and operation. "As you are well nware," says Presi dent Henry, "the Insurance business hns been the subject of attack by Legislatures in Severn t Status, nnd, ns you know, the lnurincc nsents of Ohio, West Vliginln, Wnshlnetiin nnd other states, have been put out of business after working years In bnlldltiR up their agencies. We arc nl ths time runfront-il In Pennsylvania with a Leirlolnturc about to convene to Blve consltleratloti to measures vital to the hite'im or ihe Insurance nscnts in th State of Pennsvlvnnla, and we mnt b.-lu-tpnied lo meet the Issiii. fairly hy be Inp orRnnlzpd into a body Hint will wield such an Inllurnce as will pinnt to n- n noents nnd cltlzeiw of the roininonwenlth of Puinsylvnnhi n rlcht to continue in the insurar.ee business ns a means of livelihood. Had the agents been orpin Ized In Ohio nml other states, they would still have their business. "If tlv insurance business Is attacked and legislation paced which is detiimcn tal to tho business, tlipr- will' he no fuither mod of the iRent. The Insur- anci companies have no right to come In nnd iay what character of leRislatlon sh.ill be passed but we. ns citizens. tax- Mil reus Suite,! ..Sept. HI ..Sept. IS .sipt l!.l ..Sept. - With the Intention of breaking up the practice of jhism nirei-s rldin-: on plat forms of moUntf passenger ears, the rcnnsvlvania U.iliroud has posted no tices on bulletin boutds ot the 'lttiburgh i California Division wiirnit jr passensers of tin. dan ger in so doing. Name. Tiomliilfin lampttlla Mrlon . . . M. nitcllan Through a lost ger on the Man land Pcnnvlvanla Hailroad recovered $110 . rrAIch he had lost on the platform in Erond street station and which was picked up by i hrnkeman and held by the companv until the omn-r was found. I OtHclals of the PinnsUvania saw the ad- l verusem"nt. nr.un appenren oi, ", KOI i Name. Into communication with the m.iti nnd ! ilumbla thn monev. which was the unvlncs of a I KrlstlanlfJ-inl six months' cniise on a sailing vessel, was returned to hlra. tlate. ...Oct. 3 ...Oct. II ...ivt. 10 ...Oct. IT . .Oct. IU ...ept. ..Sopt. 3-1 . . . Oc-. 0 1 .elth i Sept. $) Rr t It i turn . . lint tnn. Mariner M.ticlictcf ....ik-i'hi start Po.nt v luil'in on. lo MIsaiurl ... titul.in not. 14 Rapldan ... Lelth Oct. IB PORT OF ?nEW YORK tors believe resources should -be' ion served " Although the franchises of 16 Ohio cities with the Kast Ohio Oas Company author ized that company to lncrene Its price for natural gas from SO cents to 85 cents n I0t cubic feet, that company decided that In view of present tlnnnclal condi tions It woild nil moke the advance. This decision will help the consumers of the following cities: Akron, Canton, Mnssll lon, licnnlson, New Philadelphia, Iluck eye City, Iianvllle, Uhrlchsvllle, Nllcs, Warren. Itwst Palestine, Lowellvllle, Slultheis, IlubVard, Olrnrd and Canal Hover. Tho Ohio Public Utilities Commission lus nutnultecit the Cleveland ltnllwa.V to Issue eomnuin capital stock amounting to $I,0M Spp par value, to be sold for not less tlum par. Hlicctois of the Columbus Hull way, Power and Mght Company, which Is inan nueil anil operated by u Philadelphia Mini, have declat ed thn rcittllar iiunrterly dlvl iipni! nf IU tier Cint. on the preferred slock, seiteu A, payable on October 1. The directors took no action toward iluiiiiolm; propisod lmpiovcmi,its. It Is said, how ever, that Improvement and extensions which tie urgent will be llnnucud out of earnings. The third 2100.)iorsepowcr unit of tho Coon Hnplds hydro-electric development constructed ny II. M. Hyllesby .t Co. on the Mississippi Hlver has been placed In commercial operation. An average of ;.-,u.0ii0 kilowatt hours will bo supplied weekly to the Minneapolis Oeneral Klec tric Companv from these three units. The fourth unit will be placed In opera tion about the middle of October, and the lirth and last one ot the Initial Installa tion in November. GKIDIRON GLEANIKGS xr.w HitPsswii'K. x. J. Pent, as Wretchid pasplna 1 Mii'lcmUcy. coupled with frequenl fumhllnic. i'"t the, HuiBora eleven t itinmva In the eontct nt I'tlm-eton on Pntur li Mem' fia of the tr.im ntntp tint Limcti Poster .".inforil lian been tirnuit it to re.;ll2e more -"'.ly the ltnpnrtar.ee uf that nrnnd or open piny which l'riiKiton sprung on the senr let. Not inh will Hie forward puss iccclve mu.-li cmpliatl-. hut the Itutners sccomlary de fnnvc will he drilled well in the methods to lire lit It up. XX Allltnil, Fcpt. 2 - I'naeh Yost still has nvire't'uin hair n .liweli plans on the Mtchunn team unfeltle.l with the otynlng Bnmc with Ii-pauw t nlierslty but two d.i" distant. The In.uiles to Clalt, cteran rUht half, and Wat Frn, wlm h.nl clnrhed the rluhl tackle berth, still further conplk-atc the -Ituatlon. fnttlett or Ha.tlin will stall at ImU. with Hugh tt. tfnlawn nml Maulbctsch the others. The line re ualns a puzzle. 'AUI.lSt.i:. Pa. s-ept. i;s.-The Carlisle In dians returned here eter.1ny after the eloso tame with W.-sl Vlrslnln esleyan at larks l"iri. with cvrr reilnkln In Kooil pluslcul con 'lltton i" e niieit fiilved .i ltnl prohlem with th.! Indian ...uilics n p.i.niins n a -iiuil-c ,- payer, and tora of tl,U .ommonw.alth ' J" r'ea'rneTialls the s loAf should say what sort of legislation shall i viltctte wll' bo to end, where he is valuable. be put upon our lneui' and butter niitv ,rr-n!,l!,Hn .... .... ...! . cnl-TIt HP.TI I l.ltll UM. Pa.. Sept 'J. tiruni- ..... .. ,.. .,.. ..w,( ,,i b. , . iviiii iiei" .- .. I ni.i ,,,........ ".- -,; ,- -. . - , 1. , k I-.lKirs. lUtf rig m i a. k, . -. , " -V team it was u si.oM-ie,i ie,v.'..,j ",". "v,'.t.i r.J .. . i.r.i.. n neiit I'nrearm In Saturday's iame with Kr-u.klln and Marshall, it occurred i-i th. 'onth period, hut (irumliiik playe.1 to tlw iiid of the mime Tho nntnre ..f the lnjur I IU eo the pl.ncr out of the game for the rr l of lV-f m ir. Illr. los w 11 lie mo't keellh felt ..s It iPiii-s onl four I. men on the team, the five rtlurs hai ins been bancd for siholas tli nanns Vessels Arriving Today Chicago is now assured of its new $'. OOO.mO union station and passenger ter minal yards, the Pennsylvania and oshpr roads Intere-Med in its Joint construction having accepted the city ordinance gov erning the undertaking. This involved tha payment to tm city of I3J5VK, nnd a few weeks ago there was danger that the Km June M'nnehahii Krom ninB')W- .. .I'rfrt."n Havre . I. n.kn KP-SM mm enterprise would be delayed In anticlpa- I njuiso tlon of dltliculty in raising the money. J,-" "Ai'-teriiim lining lii iiit- imr. iitia appedrs uj nuve been overcome. The work is to be com- pleted in five years. Statistics show that only a little ni,p. than U per fnt. of the paxM-tiger cars turned out last voir were of wooden con- i structlon. and In n few years those u? wood will have disappeared from the principal arteiies of travel, if not from all , roads. In the coming vear ail pnta! en's must bo of stpel. In the four vears ended January 1. 19!t. steel pnssenc-i- , nrs in- ! creased In number from ffiiS to 7;T1, and steel underframe enrs fiotn K71 to Sni, i eaoh of the 'ormer (ntit'U' '".onn wrpeli serves to indie-ite h.nv expi n vu it ' f the railroads to make th, ch.iru, to metal equipment Steamships to Arrive lu'l; Ti'tiAY. Name. Kr. m. St. Anna Nap'es DUE TCKfiDAY. I'nlted Btate Copenhagen . rfiamplllci ...N'ui'lcs Steamships to Leave Name For, Dm ke 1. n.m. . a. in. ....l a.m. . . . . 1 p m Date. .Sept. 14 ..Sept. IT sSfpt. 1 retiiate to us the need of the agent In 'J it w. s dlsLovere'l crter,ia that he had men's compensation nnd life Insurance wo know will bo matters for considera tion by our next LeglMntutc, we must, for the salvation of our business, be organized in a compact body, worklnc hr.nd in hand in legislative matters to safeguard our buMneas." Otllcers and dltectors of the federation are: J. W. Heniy. president; S. If. Po. nnd J. S. Turn, vice presidents; J. I, Hivolta. treasurer. Directors: ttnbert M. foyle. Philadelphia; Wallace M. Held Pittsburgh: Charles K. Yungman, Phlla- lelphla: James P. Tanner. Urle; H. A. Logue. rittsliurgh: J. V. Ban-. OM ritv. .1. B. I.ongacre. Philadelphia: F. S. IJar'r. Lancaster: J. U. Parnell. Indiana; Jerie H. ISarr, Reading; H. H. Hair, (ireens burg; J. F. Brnadbent Hcranton, and Jesse S. Bed. Wllllnmport. ELLAK'S CLEARING SALE KROEGER BELLAK Mahogany Case Mahogany Case. PI BLIC LTJLIilKS ....Havre . ..H.rdeaux . ...Kiiterdam New lent uvcriiou . .M.i.uretinU .I.!v-rpo4 . ..Jrtatl, I.lvi nml . i-i.iiir'r la itl,iv2,,u liula.!' hla I.lvirponl 1) ,i d'An-tu ....... Naites .. Miuiehihi Umdon Uipan- Ma vie Dale. Sept. is . . .Sept. L' . . .Sept 'II Sept. :t.i Sept. .'u Sept. :m o t. i ivt. :: Oct. M .' t. : ix t. :; FREIGHTS AND CHARTERS The unihatod moderate luiuml for iromin boa's Keeps ihe r tdtn mirket .1 t.ve ant ihim Ha. 1 luirti-rlng In the sal; market l at a n'an IstiU. STKAMSHIPS r-l'msshv 'He I. New York ti ikkr.l pirtv t'r.t, 1 K nit ! m .rnln. '.'l.',. ijuarter", .' ".I., prjmr.t, opt tun Kr n-ii Atlantl' pur... .' '.'ii.im .Ujrters sain, . fn n. In .HinoLiKliig tlieli deiicion nut to de cline the iPKUh.r iii.ii-trrl dividend of 1 I per ctt't. on common .it.uk, which would nominally be paid Oi tober l.'i, directors of I the Pusel Sound Traction, Light and Power Company make tills explanation I In a letter to stockholders, received heio today; , Durlng the last two years the Puget Sound district has suffered from gen, nil in pi, ssinii in business throughout I'acitic I Stitti and HiitNh i.'olumbil This ha Iwn r lb i-ted in larnlngs available t. 1 I ! lomm n .-t'.ck dlvld, ml. As it ha.- ul, 1 t-tantlnl i.i-h talanie nnd no Moating di In ' 1 th, co'iipiiuv s-tioni; niiaiHi illv. tmt I a j. it 1- imp .-sib1, tn ft-tim.it. huw long I buine-s Icpierhlnn will icntlnu, dlu,- ' CHICKERING BLASIUS EMERSON MARTIN KNABE MILLER .FRANCESCA MARION GABLER BLASIUS HAZELTON LESTER Player-Pianos $250 Upwards 1129 Chestnut Street Mnhogdny Cafe Wiilnut Cntte Small Case Mahoffany Cane MaliORany Cnrta Mahogany Oaso Mahogany Bellak's CREDITORS GET PLAN OF CLAFUN REORGANIZATION Will !l,l M lirllel ' lltr I li n,i ilia -' ,ki-,lr, ii.r i. lulf to Hivre. a-nn :in , irtr, I l'., mt'lir Kiniii.i 'l:i U-ilf t. ',1 ai ' n"i 1'ni'. 1 Pine I m. criln "s. optl m Kren. h A iai". io-ts. .'.. M1., or M-Jlttrran-an p..r:-. .;,.. ,. ! pr mp- S.iPitandfrlno li-pan,. TKH tons, tran-nt-lanti.- trade, one trip wii time charter ratis ii lid., ,llvery (Julf. redeitverv I'nlted KIpk lum ,r,,rnpt. ' NIN .Nor I 1101 tons. Prirreso to Mobile, i hemp, lrt leiits, j roTipt. l.aeil lAm.i. I'JVS tn miwl trade. , on ira.1 trip, irlvate term, promiit I Kli.at Idwal illr.i " t nn Virginia f Mnntevldei eoaj lli. ii.J rrompt. Irrstin i.rir.i i it- ' r-i r.aiTinii're a iman- e.ial. K, reian st, am r reur r'"rt .utr.t i Uth axil, I) UU '.".' ! Vrthir Txa t I etr leuni l.W -i p- it, O, ! T ,X i u, , 'f-4 Cash Payment of 15 Per Cent Be Made Available. Banking and merchandise redltors of the H. B flatlln Companv. which went into receUershln three months ago. today . .,. . v--.., ... i&Finm.v r nl i.riviile rrr'i ir mnt. reueiviii miin u.t- ,vil iullt. . umimi. "."iV,,. ijfr.,. lVn , n jl.liimnre t Ha it-w iiiKii uiuiia hi iiiu ymu tur reUrt(ii vana e.ial, private lerrr-i. i romi-t. ization or tne company. in-v vveie a-Ke.i to give their consent to th pmvli.1 mi nf tho plan. After this pei-mii-slon !ia? heen obtalntd. the authniitv j" the K, i cral Court will bi sought fur the pur pose of putting It Into ImmedUti i-p. ra ti.in Tho plan pugge-ts the a, , , ptan.-e ,f a pav-ment of 15 pc-p i ei.t. in axh and SJ IT cent In threeymr , nl it, rt1 trust ' Votes, renewable for two v. h at ma. rarity. The notes an to t- i-su.i ii .; terlcs corresponding p, th, ii , ..'i'uhii es nnd each is to bv si'ire, ,. u,e i.t.i-k of the paiticular eon, i an Tne Jobblnz hniiw, II i" I'liflin Company itself, u t b- i--,i ! i. o spnrate coiittrn, ;. ' n ' . i , t, r- w,,' likewise reniv.. H per .,,.(. , , , i, ,x ,i V, per cent in mue Aftei having fiven hi- two I r,m, m t Storristown N I . i i m t-i Vdiem,. r'a-'-lvS to the ,i.t!tt..ra .- hi- ,n -..,. lOiporalif.n II H ' l'"i r ' r phuI ft, i a part in the ii was learned t LARNED AND CLOTHIER WIN Veterans Get Better of Little and Pell In Noble Final. The dounles title in tin. invitit'on tutiiiiiimnt tor the Huntin-'don Valb y j challen cups t ruptured by the vet- I erans, W. .1. Clothier and V. A learned. I in straight sets from Theodore R Pe'l ,nid It I I,ltflie,. 'ajit veal's winners. , n tl tlth Knirt .it Vo lie .vesterdav .,. , . M r, -inJ to 3. 1.., .. 1 and I'lntliitr reaehetl the final i .i,l i 'm i victory our fi htvaoi, .. ,1 H, 1 it Minn vemeiia-- ninrnirig, the latter eomriinititin making the vt enr.a work Hit limit to win the .-erond nnd l.n.-tl ?. I.itti- and Pell earned tittr pla.-t a ,n tne tlinl I und by rea.,n f v., t',-i , owr A Thavrr an 1 W.rlate 1 .hi,.- n and ri't..r !ewlmriit and Rich- ; 'Match! Values ess We Are Offering This Autumn Will convince you that the huge Van Stiver Plant, with its Factory, Warehouse, Shipping and Sales Rooms Inexpensively Located under a Single Roof, Materially Reduces the year-round Cost of Fine Furniture to the Housekeeper. Trifijirj frjr- !!!!!''!' in- i - ,r -illt 13 ant llrt KvSSfsaEE: y Ardmore Park beautiful home is '. ir- -it jirartically rittr ii prut an.) nn term- to tut vein kou r- only l, minute-, t. nn tin ii!i St l'levattil Tcrni'nal by way of the I'luli ami W'-tirn Kulvva or the Vrilmure trolley, while tiie I'ciinsvlvaui t Railri.at! Statu, n m rlmrre i lei than .VKl urd- from tin- property. wnmterfully equipped nrvv sii,i,t,l, churvlu--. shops and hmnea. et, due to stttbii' the Wnml estate, lot-, arc niic-half .imHes of firmr prices. A $10 lull secures an oik then ?l 25 t $i)fl a week. Come ti rd ninrt 1'urK. et n(T at rilmire Junction our office is one lij,,vl. ,iav-:iinl let our representatives show )ou around this ticuutiful suburb Wood, Harmon & Co. 8?8 Chestnut St., ta Ufmmmprfmm THIS LAIiCE Cnl.OSlAl. I.HlliAItY TABUS ii one of the many hnndionic sttjli i i""' on ilisiluy. It him solul maliayaiiy oval top, SJxHt inclns; itli neihoiinny-finish banc; t07 CZf Hide drawer and ."roll ftt. Vice tp4 I OU Many astonishing values in Library Tables in dull and antique Mahogany; also in Jacobean and the rich Fumed Brown Oak. Prices Reduced for Quick Selling to make room for incoming Fall poods. Wonderful as sortments of Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Buffets, China Closets and Dining Tables in Mahogany and Oak, including com plete Bedroom and Dining Room Suites ut yreat savinus. Floor Covering Specials Do not purchase elsewhere before seeing these reductions. Royal Wilton Rugs i Perfect goods in this season's choicest designs. Reg. $77 11 3xl.S $56.50 Reg 45 9x12 31.50 , Reg 41.50 8 3x10 6 30.00 ' CARPETS $2.00.$1.75 Bigclnw Axnun 1.75 Wt'ton VtUct 1.00 Tapestry 1.15 Wool Velvet . . Tard 51.15 . 1.15 . 65c . 00c 10-Wire Tap. Brussels Rugs 526.00 11.1x12 $18.75 20.00 9x12 14.85 18.00 8 3x10.6 12.50 $35.00 Seamless Wilton Rugs 9x12, $22.75 iiiiTtiV.N imi nit i'i:itn Splt-ndi'l v.Uu in maclu-to-order Veluur Put tit r. s Meictiizetl Cot ton vVouil Silk Kaput K Hllk; Sun Taut .iiit) Iice 'ui tains. 1MMIOM SIIVDIis, made-tool .it r aii'l stock .it vtry low priccn. ft. nd for estimate Jt M $km Smmwm ffmL V Restaurant. Market St. Ferry, Camden, N. J. U.S.COMMERCE BOARD WILL INVESTIGATE EMBARGO SITUATION Makes All Coal Railroads Parties to Inquiry Into Re ported D i s c r i m i n a tion Against Shippers. tloontiso complaints have been inatlo Hint certain conl-carrylntr rallroatls liavo itttriMlshrtl ctnlmrRoea that rcsultctt In (llscrlniltmtldii utfnlnst slilrrpers, tlio In torstnle Commerce Commission hns de cided to ItivestlKatc the question o( em hnrnne? Rcnernlly nnd the conditions un der which they nro established. Ac coidtnfrly, nil the railroads. of tlio coun try tlint carry coal will be nmdo parties to the Inquiry, which will bcirln In Chi capo on .fnnunry SO, 1915, and from which the Commission hopes there will result the rptubllshmont of n system of cm linriro regulations. The order of the Commission coverltid the Inquiry follows: "The subject of the rules, regulations and practices of common cnrrlera by rail havlnc been brought to the attention of tho t'umrnlsslon by Informal complaints, wherein It was nllcRcd that ccrtuln coal loads established otnbargocs which re sulted In unjust discrimination against shippers; and tho Commission, ns a con M'iUencii, desiring to Inform itself gen erally ns to the question of embargoes, the eruditions under which they nro es tablished, and tho manner In which no tice Is given, with a vlow to prescribing reasonable regulations for such em bniffoes. "It Is ordered, that u proceeding of In quiry nnd Investigation be, and the same is hereby Instituted Into and concerning the subject of the rules, regulations nnd practices of carriers In establishing em bargoes. "It Is further ordered, that all common mrriois by rail, subject to tho net to rot'ulate commerce, be. nnd they are here by made parties respondent to this pro ceeding; that this proceeding be set for healings at such times and places as the Commission hereafter shall designate that the parties respondent be required to appear and testify or to produce books, documents nnd pnpers as the Com mission shall doom necessary." BOSTON BRAVES MAY CAPTURES FI.ACJ TODAY Itcfore nightfall. George fltnlllngs may be In mathematical possession of the National tongue penant. The Uraves lmve one frame schedul ed for todny with the Chicago Cubs, while tho New York Giants Imvo a couple of contests with the Pittsburgh rlllb, Should the llmves win their game nnd tho Giants drop two to Clarke's charges, tho ponnnnt of 1914 would automatically become the prop erty of the Ilravcs nnd the Nntlonnl Commission's plnns 'which they have been making tentatively would be come olllclul, This morning the standing of the leaders nnd runncrs-up In the Na tional Ijonguo Is: Won. trost. Tct. lioston 86 66 .CM New York 78 65 .516 Counting the games nn tho docket for todny, the Uraves have eleven more nnd tho Giants nn equal num ber. Therefore If the Uraves win to dny nnd the Giants lose twice, then Iloston loses the remaining games of tho season while the New Yorkers win nil of theirs, the standing nt the finish wll be: Won. Lost. Pet. Iloston 87 66 .568 New York 87 67 .661 THE GOLFERS' AETERMATH Tho oft-repented naosrtlon Hint tlio quality of local golf linn been kept from full develop ment lierjune of the Inelc of illrflcult rrturnes around tho city teems In a fnlr way to lie proved The performances of local solfers ilurliiR th; tumtner and so fnr llila niitumn lmve hern of the bct, and lioth men and li nman iilniiara tin ta 1ai nlrnnat" PrtntlnhllV In the llmellsht vvomfn players Imvo been lmotJ constantly i mc iimciiani The now Arontmlnk course has .heen of In estimable benefit even thug far, and It will lie nf liitlnltcly arentcr value when the memliera oro able to play over the four holes vet to ho opened! It Is nn extremely dlftlrult coitrto nnd already Its effect on local conditions has been felt In the llala tournament acven of the plavers who qualified for the first sixteen were Aronlmlnk members. They alfo had mora representatives than any other club nt St. Iiavld's. Whltemarsh and at St. Martin's. AVhat Is the answer? The two courses nf the Merlon Cricket Club, which nro lnoated nt tlnvcrford, especially the new course, furnish nbout ns exacting tcsM of Bolf ns Ihe avernno player could ivdl lmnKlne, nnd they also havo left their Imprint on lornl Improvement. Tho achievements of Howard W. I'errln nre too well known to require a chron icler, but two other members have also achieved distinction lately. H. n, Charvvood was tho winner of the medal In the Oelst Cup contest, nn 1 lilt performance thnt day was a reallv meritorious one. I,. M. Washburn, though still in his "teens," has been travellng.nt top speed this fall and has turned In some excellent rounds. Worthy representatives, these! I'lno Valley, thoilrh still In Its Infancy, must not be omitted from the list. It seems safo to vny tint this course will, when completed, bo the most difficult In the State. If not In the Kast. Its construction has proKresscd, but slowly, and tho founders aro determined that It rhal'. rank with the best when completed nni that nothing that foresight and care can prevent will be left undone. Pome of the holes have been playable since spring, but the turf and greens h.ivo been Jenlously guarded analnst nnv possible tlamnge, nnd H will not be ready for constant use for sotno time, (leorpa A. rump nnd Dr. Simon Carr are among the most prominent plavlnir from this club, hut there will undoubtedly be others. Terhnps In no other club In the Philadelphia district do women players receive the ncour- airt menl that I lvn Uism at the Not th Hill. Country flub. Durln th prln mimmir tJ rail months nro icnedulefl events that Mil ff, competition nmonic the best women plsyerf . vwll as the less skillful, FTltes at offered Vns handicap events nro numerous, so that there, is a. chance for every one. The trom,n' club rltamril,,tihl. oaa .ntl mm.i,.., .",.' ,,.... "'I- ,;;, ., 1 ..,.uuw unneti out pincucffliv All oi ins women ners wnn are souers. nd Thn champion :n ram. for the coming .year. Is Mrs. V. N. Maher. who .Y. renien .virs, j. i-, vv nmuen in true nnai round 0 up nnd 4 to play. tuuns, . Florles of weird hnppenlnee on th rolf conrto hive como nnd Bone. But it seems unlikely lhi nnv thine more frealdsh hns heen recorded than nn Incident at nt. Martin's a row days aa-o H W. Onrk, 3d, drove a long; hall from the lstK tcs and It bounded across the Brcen and landed In Ihe open hand of a spectator, who vraa walk. Ing ptst. The spertntor vvns consldernblv startled nnd not a little, puss-lcd to Itnow what to do with the bnll. but after some hesllnncv ho dropped It, and Clark played It from whera It lay. Had. the, man carried It In the green nnd dropped It into the cup, what world of dis cussion would havo nrlsen as to whether or not t'Hrk had made the hole In one "ol PHILMONT WINS OUP AGAIN The I'hllmont Country Club nssuied It self of the challenge cup for another year by taking four out of five In the men's doubles nnd two out of four matches In tho mixed doubles from the Surlmn Country Club, of Baltimore, yes terday, thus mnklng thd score stand IS matches to 4 In fnvor.of the local club. Tho two organizations compete annually for the trophy. READ OUR GREAT AUTOMOBILE SALE of Brand New $1500 Touring Cars and Roadsters 1915 MODELS i AT $875 Ar-rCARING ON PAGE It OF TODAY'S EVENING LEUOUR GORSON'S AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE 238-210 N. BIIOAD STIIEET PHILADELPHIA, PA. -ffl DONWI T TELLER &.CQ cZne (Specialty (S-hob ofOriamationd CHESTNUT AT 13 STREET Unusual and Individual Styles in Women's & Misses' "Tailleur" Suits Wraps, Dresses, Frocks, Blouses & Millinery Women's "Tailleur" Suits 29.50 39.50 45.00 Unusual styles for women who would express their individuality in dress. Suits developed from covert cloth, gabardine, broadcloth, bay adere cloth and vclour dc laine. Misses' "Tailleur" Suits 29.50 39.50 59.50 A collection of unusual styles which express every trend of the mode for the younger set. Sizes 14 to 18. Silk Chiffon Velvet Suits 98.50 225.00 Costumes elegantes ill compose effects of velvet and Chantilly lace, all velvet and velvet with fur in beautiful new shadings. Junior Misses' School Suits 19.50 22.50 29.50 Girlish, youthful models, featuring long and short coat types in suitable fabrics, Some trim med with velvet or duyctyne. In black, navy blue and the new colorings. Sizes 13 to 17. SPECIAL VALUES TOMORROW Women's Lace and Chiffon and Fur Trimmed Blouses Lace over Flesh Chiffon, high Charmeuse Collar closing at throat with broad Ribbon Band. 5.50 Chiffon Blouses in all the newest shades. 8.50 Fur trimmed Chiffon Blouses in N'avy. Flcoh Fink, White and 'fete dc Negro. 13.50 Women's "Trotteur" Frocks 17.50 39.50 59.50 Simple tailored effects for the well dressed woman, in all serge or compose models of sergc-and-satin. Many have the new garniture of Byzantine beading. Women's Charmeuse Dresses 22.50 39.50 59.50 A variety of styles adopted from the best mod els that nne arrived from Paris this season. Women's Plaid Plush Coats 29.50 35.00 42.50 Designed in flare lines affected by the new sports coats in vnri-hued check and plaid patterns Women's "Broadtail" Cloth Coats 49.50 75.00 95.00 Made from imported fabrics in exact simulation of fur. Exclusive styles, with or without fur trimming. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Women's French Hats and Reprodux " 18.00 to 100.00 Paris clmpeaus from the leading modiste and equally interyatillJJ adautoUfills and originations from the Bonwit Teller mill iicry workrooms. SPECIAL FOR Tl'KSDAY Women's Trotteur Hats 10.00 xfl .