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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA MOpT, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014m
Itat Wi tt m:i 15: VS.! 4 '- swi -r. . W ?i .r. j "' , ITALY HOLDS FIRM IN NEUTRAL POLICY; WAITS ON TURKEY Overt Acts by Porte Will Mean Rupture of Triple Alliance as Mobilized Army Joins Allies. OK.VIiVA. Sept. 2' The ioHi. tin that ltnlv u'll break It llPlltrnllti ollpv ntul inter thr- war on the ulil" f thi- AW' linn lieci iWifiisi-d t.l tho npj (i 'tit effect of thi Orec-k-liUnt'ir.ltr-lttilBprinu nl'lnnc on Tuiki -liolllKr-rtht Intentions, a ttlsp-ttcli. ,-t from l!oini. rUsratrtirsi from Vienna ntiJ Tticste lei; of nreparntloti ttv Aiistrl-t to insist dti Italian lnvnloii. Maaar refitments lmv boon Rent Into TrctHlno to leiilam tin rpglmctiN rnt to fvtvla nt the lirRlnnlti-' of llio m ir lcn't' ti." 1'iin ! t iiii,i Mum 't t'-- gOVr-IHttU lit to nidiiitiuil t lit in 111 allH It him im-li oiirp-ntlj ln.li-1 I 'hit .im OV'Ctt Hit l Tmk' V HM ltn ill -i '"' by Ttn't. i ii l lm h I'l l-tn " m" '' nn1 imviil tr.w tm.Mll 'I r t . u-'U The ir''"im- " thr nntl-tn-uiuilitv fue tlon on the K..v.rnmcnt h.-i imt ttr.ioa-.O ntthoiich pu'iUo demonstration" h.He hern clirho.l In the ar-Wller. Dftilto tli" olllclnl d-nlnH hi- Aust! I. it Is t.isltlielv Known that the Au-tr .in forces on the Italian rrontlei me briny strongly wln'orecl. All or the recl-m-nt S up of t.oons of Italian blr h or torn tho frontier lt-lf. !urp ltn.1.. sympathy Is strong, haic been trnn-fuie. to Gallcla . ,... While the' o l no chance In the o -Ilclfil Itallnn attitude. tlvre Is lilt - doul-l unvwhere that the date- f-r iml to en ter the war rar'dly appio.irl 'hk Thi is bollevrd not only bv t'le reproa. nt.UIes .1 tiiUd Sut ulcn hv the dlli'.omatli representatives here of tin- 'Joiman ami Austrian CJnvernments. The have used all of their Influence to keep Italy neu tral. but It Is noticeable that thev have not been seen about the I-'orelan OUlic rccentlv. , Reports are circulated lirrn t'ir.t Russia Is preparing an iiltlmatnni to T.irhev de manding demobilisation. !t Is stated th.it tho Czir' flovrnment ha. now drll.iitely decided that. It Auit.lan 'ampalKn v ins successful. It is In pnltlon to with draw large numb"-" of men to hold Tur key In che-U and flit, at a rcult. tr Porte will rie civi n the eholco of domob lllzlns or fis'itlnc. LETTER FROM GERMANY TELLS OF SACRIFICES (Cnpirlchlcl by fnilorwood lndcroo1. New York ) SILENT TRAGEDY OF THE BATTLEFIELDS OF THE MARNE French soldiers arc buried where they fall. A cross marks their graves. The crosses are made of the handles of mess tins and the dead man's cap and scarf are placed on top of the mound. Wonnn Whose Husbind Fought in Two Wars F.encly to Yield Tour Sons. An example of the sa'-rHlces which the Germans arc reported to be mak'njr In order that their arms may be ultimately victorious Is shown In a letter received by Mrs. H. Hllhert. 3I.3 North Front street. The writer of the letter Mrs. Franz nberhart. of Itelchenb-i h Germany. Is the mother of the Philadelphia woman, and her husband Is a cterin of two German wars. She as In the letter to her daughter that her father, who is T9 years o'd. expects his four sons to bo called for frvice at anv time and has written to e-ich. of th.-m, urcins th'-m to go unfrfHerlnsiy to the aid of thv Fatherland. When the letter arrived at the Hubert home It was oionod und appeared as though It had not been sealed. It Is the belief of Mrs. Hllbert that her mother did not senl the letter because sho realized that it would be opened and Its contents scrutinized by the mili tary author.tles. Following is th letter in part, which na3 mailed on Septemb r 2: "There are no uremics on German soli, and the ent're 3erman army U In France and on the border of nii"sia Ever d V we receive memases of tho victories won by tho German troops but we also hear when our men are beaten. "The peop'e !tand at the railroad sta tion everv da w.i'tlns for the trains to brinu In the prisoners and wounded. This world war Is terrlb'e Many hjs bands and sons arc separated from their families perhaps Tou-ier. But there is no erlng or sorrow, and the children in the streets say that their fathers will asaln return. "I don't like to so Into the streets, because you see younc: women who are twitting the ret im of their husbands. This recalls the dais In mv Itfe when in the Prus!nn War of li"i and In the Franco-Prussian .ir I was like tMem and waited for Fi.ira to return. Your brothers have not b.-en railed yet. but they expect to be c ailed almost any day. Father has written to each of them, telllnu them to help their country if necessary. He "-ais there Is no rea son to be afraid dnce we whipped the French In IW1 and will repeat in this war. The French would rather he -ap-turcd than shot, nnd we do n"t ox ixict the war to ;ast aB long as the Franco-Prussia war." THE GOITERS' AFTERMATH The oft-rerte'l nsenrt'.on t1 it tho quality of lool e"" bMt fcn kei fr im ' 11 ileielcp- ment tw-ju of He i it diffi ult ur round tn e'ly vm in i fair ivav t.. i Jroied Thv r ciruiajn ni 1 . nt guten urtng th umiier an.l v, r.r im. .t-imn have Y-en vf the Uil, jn I i nh men ami wamtn pliycr" luiie been atridt n-niiiaittly in th limollsht The nrv Annunlnk urn htm lti ' In. utimabl benefit ovn thus far J'ni It w.ll be of tnanitely rater lu u i n xh rnairbra ore able to play i.ver u f"ur helea : t b onenwi It U an ttrtnil, itifffglt ''our. nnd alrtudy it tt un ! ! i-nmiltton h.i teen f In h" KU fiurnttinent kvmi f the plsieri h" iulilr'i fir thrt rtrst stit'ea yere Ariinlm n itivntir 'Ilt-i also Harl m rpreDta'li' than am .tier .I'll at ft. l)llM', W"hl'.-mr i ir.il .n St. Martin V "What Is the a.i-" Thfi two courtw iir tit Mrl .n '-rlkel i itih. vhicb T9 lotttfl ..; lt.1-erf i ! ebiiclfet'y th , EJi as th avorsiio iimer .- u: 1 wii uniyine &1 tRey uln htiv !t tncir .mirliu rn Toat iapreverni4t Tin huivnitfnti. ut liuuarl it Iwrln sr tio nll Kn'n tu re'iJlni a hron itlff, tut t" itiir nifin 'r Wi u Lmj a hitiwl uiMltK-tiun ' ' ! r t mr' I m toe wianer ut ih m.l! 11. the i.et.t iup . 'Meat. SB' bl priurinti. that 'Itti & -ally nwr tertou" nu I.. M Wa'iiuRi lui irfh sUIl In tail "tnk " hits bwi truvlli ut t'v ffl tato fall s4 kus lurned in n.-llnt rsundi. Wurtby repr.w.it !'.. iob! ru Vlly. IhiU'li !!!! In l; Infsnc 1r.1t' not be oijiltttd frn th llt It Mm "' t y ttwt thl i-uur will hu inplt.i. l th Biot dilfcult in tb Xtai If not lit th KtVt. Its oonatru' tlon ht rutriid ) it 7TT.. Im. nwttk tl. I. .Ildilal T. .l.u 111 H 1. 1 lh.1 MUllUi ti , " , '"V "-, -" '.-"" -- "' 1 fBiLll rlUI 1.11U irfl nm wurii mmiiiiviv aad tht aotblBa thji fiwaiKbt and art. ttfnt will a n t un nn 'mir ur ina n 'e hlv beK pl8v''l K'n "Pi'fK 'U' III I ir aalul anv io.l l air4 li u. r4ttu 'i- c'niaiit utf- f.r rvjj ln.t A i rumu ttti'l lr sti.1 11 'a ." .un iim-M iniiniii.nt iia-liit lr 1 1 l- Ibcr will unu uutu3l In vtntl-. Frbp 'B co nir lub 11 t" iV.ji di.itit 1 .lo ULiiuvii uUivvra r. i. tie Uiuidt llut 111 Kuril I low at lliv VtIh i! ,inii. . liib lnjrluac tht lrp 4aniun i bill tuoatki are m-blultMl t-n-ttf nui Jil eauiMUtUi) aniims it. It .nin p a -Witt a tb U-i-a SiU'ul I'rlit nr. iitiu 1kaai4l'at. i nt-f ar imunr wi . tn.i t ...' W Clnrk. -M, drue a lorn; lall from tV ls-b te ami It bnunlci) ac.ni" thr Bt t-n anl Inn led In ihr optn hm.l of i sivotnlnr. who n t walk Ins pist Tho ie.-titnr was conlloratly ilirtlcd and not a little puzzlcU to hn w what 1 to do n th the ball, but after some hultancy he 'Implicit it. and Clark plaed It Iron where It lav Had the man earrtnl It to the creen nnl dropped It Into the cup. whit world of dis cussion wou'd h-iic arlten a to whether or not I Clark had made the hole In one I The curtain will drop on local golf tourna- ' rent competition tomorrow follnwlnc the n nt' h iday iomr-tltion of the I'hiUdelrhia 1 it If Airoelntlon t the Merl n CrUket flub. Thi annual dinner will te held at nlsh-. v l.an the 1 le tlon of iitTlcers will be held und olhtr bu.'lneti transai ted. The llellleld fountn Club Rdfer will -n c ee In medal play thli wek In the annual ilu ihimp "nnhii' fiiirnanieni. Thliti-tt. (.olftrs .ll.t'let int.. Jiiir In ilon. surilie! ihi ipjalifMn-: nund and. of t jurc. the drat c'-ht In-lcde.' u h well-knu-in Winter pln -era as Hate, King and Hack Mrs. Kdw'n 11. Filler of the Merlon Crleket lul . hi "tct 'ied Into .he clar- if w mei polfrs wht h tni lu lea the ieri best in thi ( iintn In a lUld of 70 -nrters she won ter way to the final round of ma-.ch play, de ft'rftlnt: tuch plaers a-s -Mrs Itonald II 1'ar liw an.l Mrs 'alb r Fox In the courso ot elimlnnit n. e i-ittirlnif the handsome lle-thel-lti i'up. tirenented In Caleb F. Fox, of the Hintlnc'on Vuilev r iin-r "lub 'he nlaie! t.nHtent Eolf throucnout tnc tournament. H iraee P. no n' Merehanti !lle. who htv l-.en taklntt part In th" nu-nnmenn held In thin nettlon wa" the yrholaatlc soif champion of this i-l'v n"t n man .mars aso ne repre sented I'enn Charter -h ol The junior chnm tl 'hln now In pmcress wMl Kite an I"il crpal Acidemy plater title honor". I'meta and surprise follow each o'rer In crlf Dn' 'av wi re.td that Franrl- Oul-ne-i'eelni, weird reter-al of form " and the next our sror'lns eartlon will read "Gulmet I"ace New Mark at ilreer.n ch " and so It coe tV dn not eTi-t the nat'onal ih.vnp.nn ti win alt the time hut I- was pleasant to -oti that nfer a rather erratb how!n lat k n his earlt- lomnetltlon he came ba-k 'rone an' defea'el .lerome I T-avers tee l"l" title. hoi ter for the secirl time this ei sn This would seem to lndlcilo that hla e. tiri In the title etent was not 1 fluke an 1 - he leads Tratcrs In tournament competi tion D. rthnnden a If-een-vear-nM eolfer 'mm he -irlnbs-en rvintr riuh has the ink. Inc ! 1 BO"1! P'ar He la a fle Laneey - hnoi 1 t 11" ' M- work In the ttinlor t .urna- eo w K one of the n-r-ie of the dai--ri mst'i nM ext erlenced he finished a cool 'rrl 11 lb. nnnllfvlni n un I He ht a ten f. n o co up in the nr - hi-t will ot -r-cnie thla after moro tournament work Pie tVebnters are th-ouvh with coif for the eau'n N. ne of th Frinkford Country Club iprntlv benr'ne 'hat namo will comM-e In Mi. etent a' Me-'on tnmorniw. '"'lement It V.el ter Ir win won rn'i-e c.ms and tm'l" hnn ant other plater In this .-eetlon durlns ih. 't seawrn will not be seen on the Hn-: r'l n-s' tear lie I" 'ntdaln of the fn'ter- 1 nf Pnri'tapl so re- teaei snd nr r row .tartu wrk 'n thl more itrenunu. i ort In aU'i'n ti thU r-nr.r IVehnter led 'be it !f tarr GRIDIRON GLEANINGS vkw iinrvftvi'-K. V.J. f'ff. -"- Wretche.1 tsin bj U - like. cupled with rr.ttuni fi-nl.llns c..t the Itmeen eleien t it-ant ea In tl 'nte.t nt frln -etrn on s-aiur-d Men., era nf I'." team tat' that 1 oi-ri Foater San r1 I a een brmiKht to realize nort, 'u!l th. imp. name of that trai d ' ..ren nlay whun I'r tn-eton aprung on th. - ar- ei Not nlv will the forward ,naa ro-elie itiu. h etnphasli. but th IW "''?", J fena'i will be drlllei well In thi meihola to Inak It Ui lee AltTiOR. fc'-nt Coath Vot fctil' vaa m ihinTilf a 'Swirplae.. c.n tie MicM.an eaM unaattWd with the l ?nlnB mp w I 'i l'epauw"ilteVsli but tw-.as dliwn, ti, lnlurlei to (ialt veteran rlrfht half, aid . at L 1 who had cinched th rwht taikb bertr i further onpllcote th. Ituation . ; p iiii m am start at half .th !. iistitt dfn"a"l Maaftwct T the other. Tie lr.e remains a pusale I emfi-it i j,pt JS. The Carlisle It 1 Cm " 'rtl here Site?J after h. . .o.e i-ii w'th Wrt Virgin' Weilejaii at 1ark biVrs it" ry redskin In koo.1 pll-al eon fir, orit rhd a vlt.ll problem 1 th .J" Indian ' . he by ntlns to a choice be i en AillUte and Henry llr-ker for 'i ; J!" The latter earned laurel at the e ait Ion flrtw wll W andwt.ere lt l valuable b-, . TiVlen s I IS r'Bht tucfcle a lost to tho ?.cin It S . dla u,.rl .lr'li that he had IMrr..! a 1 'kn rlhl forearm In eaturdara m. ilih ivankliii and Mariha.ll , '""'''I fn The ""rth parind. but nrurnback played to ih.-end ..ft" ni Tne nature of the lnlur JV11 keel, tie Plaar "Ut of the name for ilia r.ll .f the i.ar His los will be nioit litenly lift i ,t m ea ool" four I. men on the team, the ia..ir.rs having ln btirred for aebo.aa l reason JOSTON BRAVES MAY CAPTURE FLAG TODAY Before nlchtftill, George StnlllttRs may be In mathematical possession of the Xutlonnl I-eaKUe penant The Braves have one Kime schedul ed for today with the lhlcaco Cubs, while the Xew York Giants hate a .ouple of contests with the lMtsburith lub. Should the Bmves win their came and the Giants drop two to Clarke's charges, the pennant of 1011 icmld automatically become the prop erty of tho liraves and the National Commission's plnns which they have been making tentatively would be ome ofllclnl This mornlnjr the standing of the leaders and runners-up in the Na tional League Is. Won Lost. Tct Boston 8 30 .6M New York TS CS .510 Counting the games on the docket for today, the Braves hate elevei more and the Giants an equal num ber. Therefore If tho Braves win to day and the Giants lose twice, then Boston loses the remaining games of he season while the New Yorkers win all of theirs, the standing at the finish wil be: Won Lost, ret Boston 87 66 .563 New York S7 C7 .564 TRENTON FAIR TODAY Annual Race Meet Will Start at Jersey Capital. The four-day meet of tho Trenton In terstate Fair, which starts today, till! hate one of the largest entry lists In its history. No fewer than IM horses will lake part In the opining day's events The majority of these arc enteied from Philadelphia and nearby points In Jcrsev. Fred A. Upton will net as starting judge: John A. King as pi cabling Judge; K. B. Allen and It. 13. Konover as as sociate judges. The entries for today's races arc: First race, for all ages. 4'i f 111 longs Ogemnh, 12G; Leda, f" ; Miss Cavanaugb, 107; Uummage, 102; Ossary Maid, 87 ; Utamaha, 12.1; Ivy Marquette, S7 ; Louisa D, 110. Second race, for 3-year-olds and up ward, 6 furlongs Miss Sherwood, 109 ; Rummage, 99. Apnsslonate, 110; Louisa I)., 110. Alamapa, 115; Long Tinll. 99. Third race, for nil ages, f furlongs Phew, 119; Joey Marquette. 100; Mubbs, 110, Herman Doyle. 122; Ossary Maid, 97; Louisa D., 11G; Muskmelon, 113; Long Trail, 110. BANK TO MAKE PAYMENT held hl own with tho Allentown battler. The bout waa a hard hitting affair and the honors v ent to McCarron. The old car barn at Forty-first and Haver ford avenue, nlll likely be shortly converted I Into a biTdnir club. "Jack" Ilurke a well ! ktioisn I'hllaitclph a "portlnn man, will be one , of those Interested and "Jaik" Hanlon will likely be th- matchmaktr "Kid" WaKner. the eloncatel tVllkos.narre middleweight U In to.n looking for a match with any of the middle .tcUhts. "Tommy" Howell waa offered a match with "Joe" Itorrell. but .tlannner fipatola would not allow his harse to cite away the weight Ried by llorrell "patola claims that Hon ell W a legitimate weltirncight and offera to prote It bv putting his boy on the scales at any time. After rteferee Tailor had stopped the match Wtween "tVHIte" Ilouck. of this city, and Willie" Pehaeffer. of New York. In the nfth rntin I on Saturday night. Manager Mr'lulgan offend them a return engagement for nejt s-aturay night but the .Nen York boy was un. Tradesmen's Trust Company to Pay 20 Per Cent. More. Auditors who are going over the books of the Tradesmen's Ttttst Company held an Informal meeting this morning with Percy M. Chandler, the receiver, and John C. Bell, Attorney General. The auditors are Eugene Snyder and Henry Borneman. They are hopeful that an other payment to tho depositors can be made within a short time. The bank hns made two payments to de positors. One was 37'4 per cent, nnd the other 13V4- Tho third and probably the last one will be 10 per cent The audit ors reported that they were about ready to close their work. alio to accept as he Is scheduled to box In .New t.irk on llial night. Herman Hlnden, who has in charge the af fairs nf "Harry" Smith. "Jack' Palmer an I Didle Itevolre. has matched the latter w'th Jim" Parry, of Pittsburgh, to box ten rounls In Haltlmore Friday October 2 All his pots are trulnlng at Hlnden's gttnnaslum. Eighth and Lherrv streets. Cyclist's Injuries Cause Death Walter Akin, of Orthodox street near James, died In the Trankford Hospital of Injuries he received when n motor cycle he was driving early yesterday morning rnn through n barrier guarding a sewer excavation at Longshore street nnd Torrcsdale avenue. Fred Cuhn. of 4743 Melrose street, who was riding on a renr seat of the motorcycle, escaped with a few bruises. Street Cleaners Win CLEVELAND, Sept. 28 Tho Eastern A. A. Club, of Washington, lost to the Street Cleaners, amateur baseball champ Ions of Clevtlund, 2 to 0, for the Inter sectional amateur championship. ROPED ARENA NOTES ,1 tb. int bouts between little fellows 1 ..... ... Ilu-.u hi.ltti tin 1 " llirnit ' T.ui.1 no'h these lads are 1 ..xlr.s ji, rhaii I i nshlp 'orm nd both ato clever ar.l , Ore STOP LOOKLISTEN Attend the Safety First Carnival and See the Peace Pageant Sane Fourth Parade Boy Scouts in Pageantry Lincoln Chorus. 4000 Voices Music by Police Band Tschopp Mandolin Orchestra Drills by Police Department Drills by Fire Department, Demonstrat ing Life-Saving Methods German Singing Societies' Chorus Drills by School Children Safety First and Accident Prevention "Slide" Demonstrations The Home and School League Provides This Wonderful Educational Carnival at CONVENTION HALL September 26-28-29 2.00 and 8.00 P. M. Admission Adults, 25c; Children, 10c ItescrTed Seats, ROe and 7 So, at (.Imliel llrntlirra lr,B Vm 111 il Ir 1 Wt Inird i i'tera llarr l.aK - Al' M , - an I in 41 rat tallica f' r tory m c th 'in," ' ' i I wa - r. e' .ailed - I a tl . 1 L. Il l -' 1 II lul I .' ' Irt M - .1 f . I M i I Wil a , in -1. ii. i " ........-. m I trrom '.'".i ! zfiK-V i-i to S3Kr i I i ftfy 1- fsM ii i i :! i u r i in .e jWntiti.te f r tin S'atlTMl -.iiur'a nt jf i f the ax rosin U . re w.an t o Our Tile, Slate, Metal and Slag Roofs Are Standard RESIDENTIAL WORK A SPECIALTY Crescent Compound keeps roofs watertight for five years, and is also guaranteed, Real Estate Roofing Co. 43-2349 Wallace St. OCTOBER OUTINGS Mountain and Seashore THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS AlTl.MN M5r KKCUKNIONH MAUCH CHUNK AND SWITCHBACK ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON bl'KriAI. Tlt.tl.NH ONI.V Leaving JCeadlna Terminal liSO A 31. tor time at ether points and special rates are Fljrrs. $2.50 EVERY SUNDAY TO ATLANTIC CITY, OCEAN CITY, SEA ISLE CITY, STONE HARBOR, WILDWOOU, ROUND TRIP TICKETS SSa.5S3v Iatlnir f hrstnut-ind Koutll Ms, IVrrlea 7sW . . CAPE MAY $1.00 TURKEY ISOLATES AMERICAN SCHOOLS IN FACE OF CRISIS Communication With Out side World Cut Off and Uneasiness Grows in" Mis sionary Circles. ! NEW YOniv, Sept. 15. Kor ft wcclt there litis been tiotlilnpr lit'nnl from tlio three Krcat Attterlcnti rol- tuppM It. tli" OMnil-- ' " ' ' - lege, ths Aninl. in College for Girls ant tut Annum., t u,ll.m ... . out. , i olid ulurtii Is felt by the trustees und representatives in tills country. I'. Wiutcr Roberts, trensurtr of the Kplscopal Hoard nt Dostoti. wild hns been actliiK for the American missionary soci eties since the Turkish Government unnouncid its withdrawn! of tho capitula tions, vald that not only is all commu nication with tho American schools In Turkey broken, but that It has been Impossible to forward much needed lunds from this country during tho last ten days. After the war began and the various missionary societies realized that they could no longer send, money to their workers In Turkey by tho usual channels the Standard Oil otrrr'(l Its services and undertook to transfer considerable sums for the relief of American educational nnd religious institutions In that country, hut on Saturday thn Standard Oil re ported to Mr. Itobetts that It had been unnble for tho last weok to communicate with Its representative at Constantinople, nnd that It was Impossible to give relief. The uneasiness which this situation aroused has been Intensified when It was reported through Rome that the Ottoman Government, besides suppressing tho capitulations, had determined to abolish all foreign schools within the empire. Dispatches received through diplomatic sources from Home state that the conditions In Constantinople nre most serlouii. Absolutely nothing Is known ns to the welfare of foreign missionaries or col leges In Turkey. It Is naturally sup posed, however, that they are beginning to feel the pinch of unusual conditions nnd possibly to be in sorlous need ot llnnnclnl help. Besides the big Ameri can colleges in Turkey there are nearly DUO smaller schools that arc conducted by religious bodies As an Indication of the fact thnt the Armenians In this country nre fearful lest trouble come to their relatives In Turkey mnr.v of them have made application to the Amerlcnn Hoard during tho last week to have money transferred to Turkey. In each ease, however, that money has had to be refused with the explanation that tho board has no means of sending It. FLOOR SPACE 14,000 Sq. Feet As we are removing our Print ing Department to the Curtis Building, we have this space for rent, ready October 1. Robert Morris Bldg., 919 Walnut St., 2d floor, light four sides, steam heat, 2 passenger nnd 2 freight elevators, low insurance rate. Apply to The Beck Engraving Co. G20 Sansom St. Phone, Walnut 1S73 CHURCH 25 YEARS OLD Archbishop Presides nt Epiphany -Parish's Celebration. "With Archbishop l'nindergast presiding, a Solemn High Mass was celebrated yes terday In tho Itoman Catholic Church ol the tJplphany, 'Eleventh and J.teJtson streets, by the Itev. James Nnsh, founder nnd' rector of the organization, In ob servance of tho church's 25th anniver sary. Assisting Father Nash wero Hie IteV. William McMnhon, pastor of the t'liurch of tho Maternity, Huptleton, tho Itev. Michael Curley, senior assistant of tho Kplphrtny Churah, nnd tho Ilev. Thomas t.arkln. of Mniich Chunk, who preached tho sermon. In the evening the celebration was con eluded by tho singing of solemn vespers. PASTOR'S FAREWELL SERMON The Xlov. Dr. E. L. Jarvis Makes Last Address at Bethany, The llov. Dr. Hubert Ii L. .Tarvls preached his fnrcwcll sermon ns pastor of Hcthany Presbyterian Church, 22.1 and Balnbrldgo streets, yesterday, and ho will Immediately assume his new duties as special evangelistic worker for the Stony Brook Assembly, Now York, During his services John Wnnnmake'r, who has been u cloro friend of Doctor Jarvis nnd lion been the lender In Ueth nny for nlmosf hnlf n century, eiiloglred tho retltlng pastor, and other words of praise were spoken by D. Ij. Anderson, nn elder of the church. At nn adjoin tied meeting of the Pres bytery of Philadelphia this afternoon ac tion was tnken on tho dissolution of Doctor Jnrvls' pastoral relntlon with ttothany Church. MANY MAYORS WILL COME Seventy-five Have Sent Acceptances to Attend Convention Here. In reply to an invitation sent out sev eral months ago for a conference ot American Mayors, to be held In Philadel phia, November 12 to 14, Mayor BlahW- burg already received 76 acceptance. The conference, which has for Its tj,iL end a free discussion of municipal poIic toward public utilities of all kinds, 2? called jointly several months ag'0 Mayor BInnkcnburg, John Purroy im ' chol, Mayor of New Yorkj CarUf k'l Harrison, .unyor ot umcago; .NClVton t) I unker, Mayor of Cleveland, and Qeorr, W. Schroyer, Mayor of Dayton. Th.. American Academy of Political Stitnceisl rn.nnnrflliiil udtti tlinm 1 . , 4 mnTlAvto nrAiinTAeTi t . f ii o .uiii.iv.iviii.vrxj -uiUiiNSEg Itobort W. Mcl.cnn, 1030 Orecn St., and ll.i- B alien, 10.10 areen st. Uli Nnrrls StniMmnn, Newark, N. J and n.ui. ', Kvtlllmaii, .Norfolk, Vn. "tu ' Cliarlcs A. Kschcrt. t.eauo Island, and tit omo M. Dates, M4 H. sarlaln st. nii' William II, ltolicrts, Jr.. Moorestown. N i nnd Helen IJ. Kcster, iMl; Spruce t, " ' t"eK, 7U,S.DeeI.'tICV "" a"1' J,IM,e,I n,,- Ornrse Keck. 3C07 llrlilgo t., and Marnrit I (JtuiTclner. ilolnieiburc. ""'si Wllllatn Mclntjrc. 2T5 lament at., and rj.Mill ttude Itowland, 275 Latnont St. uN'l t 1a u nnl Johnson, 223 H. Sartaln .-iinzie I'urncii, insu .Mounimn at Mi' John I'nulk, "inl llrooldtn at., and Mart. I M. Hollldny, 7211 llrnoklyn st. "".il Vllllnm.,.Moure, 22 IJ Katcr St., and Coring 31 , t:. Hall, 2121 Cariientcr st, wn. inis m. j-resion, incony, t-a., nnd Wllli.i. I mina l,.iCrolx, 122.1 Wallace street. "u""l Hani ureenDurir. atxi H. .M drcd at., ..ill lUlla lllaturf. i2.l I'lerco st. ' M, Hcnr llcnuclti HI limund, Va., Rnd Bul.$l l'olnlck. Dnltlmcrc, Mil. UUT1 J.imcs Mngee, m.h woodland ate., and Ann John II .McVtien, lilt Venango, St., and Anm'1! tl. Sttmid, 2IHI N. Dlh st. "" Annsi uutuon T. Harris, mi union St., Rnd Jtan. ncttn A. QlliSiin. nrookllne. MnM. '" Archibald V. Md'hall, SK7 Iocut at., anJ I lilih M Wells 5.VJ7 Webster st, ' nl,l Jlnljns hcoki, I.s-J'J '. Howell st , and Derts Itlesz. 1S2J N Howell nt. r CliarlM Mctlimldc, 2021 Ahluall St., nnd JIr. caret M. Delne, S-tll llutton st. ' , Biiauer w. Asimcr, iwji .N. utu st , and Ida a Dixon. ir.oM N. 0th St. George A. Weaver, Jlllil Amber at., and Mu. Kitrri .. iiHKNiriifi an-, vuiiiiiriit nt Joser Klnscli, HOW WcIrIo St., and Klara ;. kobl, 1J1I N t-awrence st, . i Ildnln K Hershberaer, MorrlstoRn, Pa onl Hnrel II. Mcflouchan. 1321 llutler st. " Charles O. Itltter, ini2 Arch at., and Hirbaii.l tr.-.in- 1ful V Intl. -. "-, a rif.ii-ii i". ... ...... .. John J. O'JIrlcn. 1020 Ilcach at., and Mary B. O'Mclll 17.M N. Front St. Oeorgo Johnson, 121(1 Webster St., and Dtin 1'hlllp, 121" Kenllworth st. William Miller. r.HI H. irdli st.. and Margattt Aiciniosn, xti't uccuimuou c(. Both Are Ready THE OCTOBER RECORDS On Sale Today. Hear thom; each and every one is an excuse to stay in at night. THE MAIN STORE at Broad and Walnut, has been enlarged and beautified. We added tho entire second floor, giving us the largest and most beautiful building in the city devoted exclusively to tho sale of Victor Products. Victrolas, $15 to $200 PAYMENTS CASH, CHARGE OH MONTHLY. Talkieg Machine Main Store Opp. Union League Broad ab. Walnut Street The 3 Branches Open Evenings Broad & Columbia Ave. 52d & Chestnut Streets 4124 Lancaster Avenue M W'efi C . f m J v S W f mzai rwvfa b Founded 1837 .6 Look nnot qui yesteirdaiy bout onn tHne opportmnniiltues of today We Make These OpportMne Simggestioiis : A T5mnieHy Pimrclhiase of Silks On Sale at Less Tihaai Prices Curreiniit Before Presenut Condluitiomis in Europe A NEW LOT OF THE CREPE SHIRTINGS in white grounds with double and triple colored styles. This quality is woven specially for men's shirts, and is guaranteed pure silk. Will not fade iii tubbing. Limited quantity of black and white. Other colors, brown, navy, cadet, helio, green and gray. 32 inches wide. Value $1.25. For 58c yd. CREPE DE CHINE A special lot of extra heavy Crepe de Chine. The weave favored most for afternoon and evening frocks; colors, white, light blue, pink, corn, steel, amethyst, reseda, delft, taupe, olive, nigger, light navy, dark navy, midnight and black. 40 inches wide. Value S2.25. For $1.65 yd. BLACK SATIN, a soft lustrous quality, specially adapted for the new frocks. Every yard guaranteed to be pure dye. 36 inches wide. Special For $1.35 YARD-WIDE TAFFETA and PLAIN SATIN DE CHINES in all the wanted street and evening shades. 36 inches wide. Value $1.25. For 95c A VELVET OPPORTUNITY IMPORTED CHIFFON VELVETS jii.rcl.at.ctl in April and received here before existing shipping difficulties. No advance price paid, therefore they are of fered in this sale at $2.95 yard. 40 inches wide. Value $4.50 Colors, Purple, Mole, Olive, Taupe, Navy and Nut Brown & Ostrich CoSDars A Special Purchase on Sale at Conces sions of One-Iialf from Regular Prices FRENCH COLLARS, BOAS AND STOLES in many lengths and combina tions, beautifully fashioned as is only possibleto the French. Prices begin at $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 and upwards to $10,00, Values one-half more. VEILINGS at small prices, imported hex agon mesh, soft finish, in black, white and colors. Value 25c, at 15c yd. MOIRE GROS-GRAIN RIBBON of ex cellent quality, 7 inches wide, in all the fashionable shades. Regular price 90c, at 55c yard Neckwear at Special Prices COLLARS New shape long rolled em broidered and sheer double organdie. Value $1.00, at 50c COLL A R S Hand-embroidered, new shapes. Special at 50c & 75c NEW CRINKLED TIES in solid colors and Roman stripes at 18c each Damcimg Frocks for Misses Two Especially Attractive Models AT $2 50 Crepe dc Chine frocks with accordion plaited ruflle and long tunic skirt, bodice trimmed with lace and chiffon, and flowers on shoulder; in white, maize, flesh, Nile and pale blue. AT $25 White chiffon frocks; skirt with 3 ruflles, edged with metal trimming, bodice lace-trimmed with girdles of Nile, orange, pale blue, pink and white. ,a 12628 Cfjestmtt street i il illilHTWifiiililillliili'WiiHT IT' .