RIGHT OF SIX MEN
TO SIT IN DELAWARE
l Speaker Holcomb, Secretary
to Senator Saulsbury,
Among Those Whose
Eligibility Is Challenged.
DOVER, Del.. Sept. 2S.-Tho eligibility
of lx members of the Gcnornl Assembly,
Including- tho Speaker Of tho House,
Cliaunccy P. Holdomb, to sit during tho
special session called to net upon a re
vised codo nnd oxecutlvo appointments,
was questioned today when tho legisla
tors nssemblcd at noon,
Tho members who may be ousted In ad
dition to Speaker Holcomb, who Is secre
tary to United Stntcs Senator Siiulsbury,
aro Dr. T. 0 Cooper, of Wllmlngtop, Al
bert t. Swan, Dclawaro City! Charles J.
Bloccltcl, of Sussex County, and Zacliary
1. Harris, of New Castlo County. They
ire Dsmocrats. Chnrlcs II. McDonald, of
Now Castlo County, Is another. He Is a
If the members arc ousted the Ito
publlcans will tlo In tho Senate, whllo
lipr will bo 13 Democrats and 15 Kc-
publicans In tho llouso. Tho clinrRes de-
larhiB their Ineligibility wero prepared
In a concurrent resolution offered by Rep
resentative Grantland, of Wilmington.
Tho paper requests tho Attorney General
lb give an opinion.
Doctor Cooper was appointed Inspector
ot Drugs and Chemicals, attached to tho
Philadelphia Custom House. Ho an
nounced this morning that ho had re
jlgncd. Mr. Swan, was appointed post
master at Delaware City by President
Wilson. Theso appointments were made
Inco tho last session of the Legislature.
Mr. Holcomb Is secretary of the Senate
Committee on Const and Insular Survey
In Washington. In Jils defense Speaker
Holcomb asserted the Supremo Court
had given an opinion that secretaries of
Bcnato committees should not bo regard
ed as Federal appointees.
Tho clnrge against' Representative Mc
Donald Is that he has moved from the
district he represented In 1913. Mr. Mc
Donald says there Is no statutory law
calling for his withdrawal from this scs
ilon. Governor Miller, In his message, tersely
told the object of the extraordinary ses
ilon and requested tho legislators not to
be dilatory In considering the code.
Three new Inws nre proposed The Ilrst
calls for a uniform fisheries bill so that
Delaware laws may conform with Now
Jtrsev's over Hshlng in the Delaware
Itlor and bay. Another concerns par
tition of istates.
A light piobnbly will centre over nn
let calling for direct election of Senators.
A" the law Is now framed It proposes
that tht Governor call a special elertlon
If a v.u.in.y occurs. This measure Is
favored bv Democrats, and Republicans
are supporting a proposition to make It
optional with the Goernor to ordir a
ipeclal election or make temporary ap
polntmints. A new law written Into the codo re
quires sptclal Flection of Representative
and Scnatois It a vacancy occurs within
a month of adjournment.
EVENING f;niDGT8TC-'PHII,ABIPHfAMONDi.Y, SEPTEMBER 28. IQlf
. i M'r-rfyDTnMoiM I nn tit in tit mimnrnno h "t it was impossible.
STORIES 01? ADVENTURE
FROM EUROPEAN WAR ZONE
CAMDEN PROGRESSIVES GAVE
ONLY 229 VOTES TO HIGGINS
Official Count of Primary Election
The offlciul count of last Tuesday's
prlmiry election In Camden vvns an
nounced today at the court house. It
was shown among other things that the
Progressives polled only :J9 votes for
HlRSlns, their candidate for Congress,
while llrownliig. the Republlcun candi
date received 1J.G4S votes.
Following are tho Ilgures:
Demoerntic-Por Congress, Nowrey,
iiJft8, ltlehmond, E6I.
V For Sheriff Pitman, "IK; Mnloney. 9S2.
Hepubllc.iu Assembly Kates, 10,809;
Pancoist. WIS. Wolverton, M)10: Tort,
t3l, llrebsc-j. 2050
bhtrlff-IIuines, 8010; Scovel, 41)3; Glbbs,
i2. Murner, SJ0
Excise Uo.irtl-AIff. E593: Bancs, 36H;
Wright, 3600, Lee, 3153; Z.inmater, 3013.
TAKES HORSES FROM FIRE
Quick Action of William Huttenlock
Effects Their Rescue.
!HUwk nction 1,y Vllllnm Huttenlock.
jw U Muet, who saw Ilro In tho stable of
lreciiltk I'rej, a baker. 2923 D street,
nortly before noon today, enabled Iilni to
lead to mfetj several horses locked In
At the time tho fire stnrted Trey and his
two sons. William II. and Frederick. Jr.,
were asleep (i,Pr llolne wIlch ,g ,
rornt o the stnblo. Huttenlock. who
f .i. V p c"mll' from tho second story
r-h. i ," "'""' tall''', to Policeman
nai .8 jMuheit. of the Fmnt and West
moerland btriets station, who was pass.
Daubcrt wakened Frey nnd his sons
dV la ,,me,,I'"-k -s leading tho mad
ll . 'i?'3 from the buinlng structure
"''',h," mc" wUh Trey ' his
2' "J"1 b,nrrP's "f "our from the
PWie ami push. , I out several wagons
ui.IL . y' "ftcp t,le hlazo wns cxtln
or mi i "'If ",mb' to estimate his loss
"i manner the lire started.
A sfrlkln'lncldent Occurred al tho
conclusion of High Mass In St. Patrick's
Church yesterday when the vBt congre
gation was astounded to hear tho great
qrgan peal out tho tune, "It's a Long,
Long Way to Tlpperary." St Patrick's
Is tho largest Irish Catholic congregation
In Cnnada, and thousands of Its members
nro In tho contingent of 32,00) Canadian
soldiers now on their way acrosB the
Atlantic to the war.
As tho first note- ot the now famous
tuno were heard tho wholo congregation
stood still, amarcd by the unusual non
church mUBlc. The feellnc of surprise
was followed Instantly by smiles and
every evidence of enthusiasm as tho whole
congregation fell Into step, and many loft
the edifice singing tho song.
An exciting story of the war li printed
lodny bv the Petit Parlslcn. It concerns
the adventures of niclmrd Mncgraly, a
private In tho Scottish Highlanders, who
was captured by tho Germans near
Into the Olso River whllo the Qerman
Boldlers shot at him. Altnougn ' ""'"
Ms passed all around him, the Scot dived
fnr beneath tho surface. When ho bobbed
to the surface again tho German soldiers,
who were sunning along tho banks of the
river, opened another fuslllado with rides
and magazlno pistols.
Macgralv again dived and swam as long
ns ho could under wnter. Again ho had
to face the vollejs When he rose to the
surface, the bullets spattering the water
After being In the water flvo hours and
Bwlmmlng many miles, Macgralcy finally
found tho French lines nnd Joined lila
loRtmont. Kxccpt for a few scratches,
caused bv striking obstructions In diving,
tho venturesome Scotchman was un
harmed. Ho estimates that moro than
500 shots were fired at him.
British warriors have a new song.
Jt la: . .
Mm of Yorkshire, men of Kent.
Cavillers. O CnvalltrsI
Yo who Into battle ont
Tor your filth, nml ye who "Pent
For your King your blood and tears
Annwer us who call y" now.
Ppcik nrro-s tho vanished years
Prom tho harvont fields aglow.
Battlefields of InnK ngo.
Cavaliers, O CavallersI
War has rent the veil that hides
KnsIiniVa stre-nutli. nnd It appears
Connau&M now hy Ulster rides,
And by et the Ironsides,
Pav oilers, O Cavaliers!
Ftlll tho noble fornlinds stand,
silll her Rrceii tho oak treo wears,
Ptill tho lias of England grind
vvmrs nhovo tho nngllsh land,
Cavaliers, O Cavaliers!
""tne for KIiib nnd country nil..
Heedlejis how tho lattlo veers,
Potiml tho bunlo! At tho call
Jjp us. so wo hold the wall,
Ironsides and CavallersI
A letter written by an English private
"J see you arc all excited about getting
us plenty of socks but Heaven only
knows when wo shall get a chance to
wear them. I haven't been out of my
boots for a fortnight. ... It would bo
much more to tho point If you would
send us men to glvo tho Germnns 'socks.'
'Merry nnd Hrlght' Is still our motto.
. . . Don't get downhearted, no matter
what you hear at home. Some of theso
days things will come all right. Keep
your eves wide open and you will have n
big surprise sooner than you think.
We're all right, and the Geimans will
Ilnd that out sooner than you at home.
"PRIVATE J. WILLIS"
A British soldier writes this to rela
tives at home:
"Things are a good deal easier with
us nov. for the Germans ate getting
tired of always butting their heads
against a stono wall, and we are keep
ing our spirits up wonderfully, every
thing eonsldcied Wo don't mind how
hard the Germans press us, for wo can
alwajs give them as good as they give
us with something to spate as a re
minder to Kaiser Bill that he's backed
the wrong hoise this time. I expect
he knows It ny thl time, and I wouldn't
be In his place for the world. It must bo
avvtul to feel that jou have made mugs
it .n mini. nnn. nhnnu .. I.. m .. 1 , ' 1 I
... vj ....,, ,'ti,. v..i,'o niiu U1C UUlilgf I
CARBOLIC ACID CHEAPER
BgBibts, Interested, Tell of the He.
cent Advances in Cost,
mmh'i'.'f" ""'' 'tWK men ,0,la' "bowed
noui J,',,l,,B.t '" Tliomus A. Edison's an-
K in B .?" ,u,il' acW B"thetlcall of
Klbu. a . " rrf,,"-l. of the- Smith,
oniuiru.- ''IV111' f'omi'.uiy. vMmli,.lo
af 1 Mm' '" ,f Ml Uilln"i ciiliolle
as Li a',?wei' fr nuillciunl puiu.M"
hall I? "Mt. " haw be "sl"' "
I .Sir V,fy s1'1'1 nf " '- fc'niDlv up
l.li,' ,.. . f"" '" "ul"-' the goods, Cur
todu i,1l.ls,!";ll"K f01- cnta a pound
tain. .? ..V of ,S con,H n n011"'1 m "
war . "p""1 1,efor, w btulniiliw r tho
tit ""'ope "
llmlort1,3?1,, I'0""'" "f catholic ccld
fr m PL" al3' ,'7fiO0,,,, l'- '"
",JI" IMIil 1 III 1 nrul 7i-. ,ii.
err ol? ,XVI! l ' "" of supply mt
"ilailni. ,,uu,u " ''li: dtmaml fut thu
MAN FOUND UNCONSCIOUS
BeIleved to be Suffering From
.riLU',,,"U,, ",an- helleved to be suf-
ixkomI Z , wl ,ul!i0'""f. found I
he ii "T ," """"Mil v onnviiy 01
n.mom5 iL V.0hra,strfeU B,atlon "
u ' tioout 40 jars old.
sent lo their death for no good reason
that any sane person can see."
A visitor to tho American Hospital at
Ncullly sends this account of the TuteosV
"Splendid fellows the Turcos arc, most
of them, with their white teeth nnd fiery,
feverish Eastern eyes They smoke In
cessantly, some of them' 80 cigarettes n,
day. Ilul English cigarettes aro not fiery
enough for their pttlatc. rortunatclv, I
hnd brought with mo a number of Eng
lish magazines, nnd one of them, tho
rnont profusely Illustrated, I left for the
Turcos delight. 'They lovo pictures,'
said tho nurse, 'and will llo looking at
them for hours at a lime.'
"One of them, a magnificent fellow,
with tho torso of Hercules, Is the loy of
tile ward, He has a smite that will not
c'ome orf. He was not so cheerful when
ho came In, for It had been found neces
sary to remove one of his front teeth,
which had been split In a ilcrco hand-to-hand
encounter. Our Turco mourned the
loss till ho was assured that he would
bo given n gold one a nice, yellow, shin
ing gold one In Its place. Since then ho
has not ceased to smile."
An English Hussar, wounded at Com
plegne, showed a correspondent tho bullet
that hnd shattered his thigh an ugly
missile, with all tho appearance of an ex
plosive bullet. Tho point wns bored, and
tho lead behind had spread out and flat
tened. Ho got the man who fired t. Ho
hnd been through all the fighting, from
Mons to Complegnc. They had seldom
had more than a coupte of hours' consec
utive sleep. "We slept with our arms
through our horses' bridles. Hut It's a
grand life," he said, with gusto, 'and I
want to bo back at It."
He had only contempt for tho Uhlans.
"We enmo upon a dozen of them due day
In a village. Wc woro sovon, but a's soon
ns they saw us up went their hands. Wo
took them nil " A packet of English
cigarettes tho first he hnd smoked for a
month wero a welcome boon. Ho Iny
back, and took his first Inhalation with
an Infinite satisfaction. English soldiers
seem to find the French tobacco too
harsh and strong. Newspapers, too, nro
always welcome, for In modern warfare
It Is tho looker-on who sees most of tho
CHARLES MTtoflfffOS WILL
MAKES GIFTS TO CHARITY
Churches nnd Homes Share In Distri
bution of Estate of $220,304.
The estate of Charles M. Morton, who
died In June, 1913, amounted to 220,39M8,
according lo tho accounting of tho execu
tory, Thomas S. K. Morton and Arthur V.
Morton. The account has been filed with
the Register of Wills for audit by the
Booker T. Washington Normal and In
dustrial School for Negroes, at Tuskege",
Alabama, received a 0 bequest from
Other chnrltnble disbursements made by
the nccountnnts under the terms of the
will are! Christ Memorial Heformed
Church. $2750: Theological Seminary of the
dleformcd Episcopal Church, 2-00; Board
of Foreign Missions of the "formed
Church, $5000; Children's Senshore Hom,
Atlantic City. $2T-00; Mercer Home for In-v-allTwomen.'
IW Philadelphia Auxiliary
of tho McCnll Mission, $2609: Women's
Union Foreign Missionary Society, 230O;
American Sunday School Union, $150);
Christ Mission of New York, $1000; Phila
delphia Home for Incurable, $1",00; Penn
sylvania Hospital, 2300j Pennsylvania
Bible Society, $'00.
Wills admitted to probate today wero
those of .lens Hcnsen, late of .437 Oxfoid
pike, disposing of nn tfltnte of J20.21S In
private binueMBS Louis Pollock, S73 North
23d street, $l't,0C0, Annie E llamscy, 6IJ1
Wnkofleld street, $0000: Ann B Lnlighlln,
4451 North lPth street, $0000, Chtlstlana
Wnldner, 2"M Enst Montgomery avenue,
$1250; Ilhepeka N Fablblan, f.033 Market
street, $200. Personal property of John
V Evers has been appraised at $1011.38;
Mary J. Lcavltt. $332Sfi8.
BURGLARS OVERLOOK JEWELS
Frlglitened Away After Leaving
$200 Worth In Bureau.
Burglars who broke Into the homes of
Joseph Wohl, at 2118 North Nineteenth
street, overlooked $200 worth of Jewelry In
bureau drawers they ransacked. They
wore frightened off, leaving the family
sllverwaio they had packed up.
Mr. and Mrs. Wohl teturned to their
home nftei nn absence of a few hours nnd
found everything upset. The silverware
had been wrapped In a tablecloth and left
In a rear shed. ContentB of bureaus In
the upper floors were scattered about, and
the Jewelry was found thrown into a cor
ner with some clothing.
DAY IN AND DAY OUT
plays a leading part in the industry and
material comfort of our city. Almost
everybody has found out that in weight,
quality and preparation it stands
SEPTEMBER CHUTE PRICES:
. $7.00 Nut .
. $7.25 Pea .
25c extra if carried
GEO. B. NEWTON COAL CO.
1527 CHESTNUT STREET
:V';:, I :-Ji' :v 4 lJM:"V::!l'l::-:rr I',''!
PRINCE, IN TATTERS,
MET WITH REBUFF
AT WOMAN'S HANDS
Prince August Wilhelm
Courteous to Nurse, Al
though Men Were Not
Admitted to Hospital.
PA1UB, Sept. it.
A Kcd Cross nurse who has ben at
Hhclms since tho first shells fell on
September 2 soys the Cleimans behaved
In the most correct manner on thrlr
entry Into the place on September 1,
when neither civil nor mllltniy authori
ties remained In the town. Many of tho
officers and men believed they wpre only
1C miles ftom I'nrls. '
"One day," sas tills nurse, "a voung
olltccr, whoso uniform was lattend and
extremely dirty, nslted mo politely In tho
street, after saluting me, whether I could
receive some wounded In my hospital.
hlace wa already full and wo wero un-
ablo to feed those who wero there. The
ofTlccr thanked mc. I saw him then go
to a shop, where- ho made somo pur
thases. He enmo out of tho shop with
his hands filled with sausages nnd other
eatables. Tho ragged young ofllcor was
1'rlnco August Wilhelm, tho Kaiser's
"The German general explained that
the first bombardment on September 2 was
duo to a misinterpretation ot nn ore'er
given to tho battery.
"The Germans began to leave on Hep
lember U and the Trench arrived tho
"On tho day the cathedral was struck
by tho first shells we wuc tompolled
to empty the hospital We transferred
the Injurod during th night while them
was two hours of quiet and Installed
them In chotnpngnn vaults I hnd '0
mysell In one rellar We were compelled
to seaich for provisions during the day,
and In this work II vo religious and three
lay female nurses weie killed
"Life In the vaults was terrible, and
I feir It Is still continuing. Tetanus
ulul gangrene threaten' d noh sufferer,
rnil Infortlon had to be fought every
minute, which was most difficult, as
many of the wounded were limbic to
movr Hetween 7 o' lock in tht- morn
ing and S o'clock In tho rvi'nlng I counted
180 shells falling or passing lintncdlntrlv
over us Tin odor from th" bursting
sliflls m de breathing sometimes Impos
sible The uproar was -U(h that It was
Impossible to linnr ind wc or oblig d to
shout into riifli othti s e.HP
GERMAN CASUALTIES 104,509
05,008 Jleportdd Wounded; Only 15,
nmttilN. sept. 28. The total German
casualties In dead, wounded and missing,
ns oITlcnllly reported to date, nro 104,689.
Theso are mado up as follows: Dead, 1S,
C74: wounded, 65.003; missing, 23,007.
The casualty list announced yesterday
adds a totnt of 10,627 casualties to thosa
Tho last previous summary of totals,
which came out from Ilorlln was dated
Inst Wednesday. It announced that 10,
OVi Germnns had been killed and 39,700
wounded, whllo 13,621 were missing, a
total of 01,117. The loss of a thousand
more Germnns vwis chronicled In a. dls
patch sent from Amsterdam last Trlday
nnd evidently quoting official Gomau
Yosterduy's list Included onlv 10,627 so
that rtpparcntly other lists, totnlllng more
than 21,000, vvrm Issued In Berlin be
tween Wednesday and ftindny without
irarhlni? the outside world These figures
bnar out all the reports about tho terrlflo
fighting that has born going on. especi
ally along tho line of the Alsno
swssanihTr r .
The royal significance
of the Pianola
Years ago the ability to play the harp was used as
a method of distinguishing the freed-man from the slave.
A harp was a possession which a slave could not afford,
and the ability to play it was an art that none but nobility
. had time and opportunity to acquire. All royalty played
Today, kings, princes and all other grades of royalty
5SBfiSS!2 "s.e the "anola. It is the standard court instrument of
LT'r- -a ii i -
t cm Europe.
TeSvv ' of a1'' locJay' unlilce l,le davs of he harp,
?XiS&F$Nc everybody can enioy these roval Drivi'leces. TV, n.'.-,!
is built in models at various prices to accommodate everi)
nal Warrant of IWlWHOn.
ApPi"!"noiB-inVh" Heppe's will arrange terms for those who do not
Maj.stj'ueoiKo v care lo mae cash settlement.
cf " PIANOLA-PIANOS
Steinway (grand) $2 1 00 Weber $ 1 000
Weber (grand) 1800 Wheelock 750
Steinway 1250 Stroud 550
Francesca-Heppe Plajer-Pianos $450
Aeolian Player-Pianos $393
Write for complete illustrated catalogues,
C. J. HEPPE & SON
1 1 1 7-1 1 19 CHESTNUT ST, 6TH AND THOMPSON STS.
Store Opens S.30 A. M.
Store Closes 5.30 P. AL
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The Grand Organ Plays Tomorrow at 9, 11 and 5:15
THE WANAMAKEE STORE
A)niiniiuiecas fr Tinriirirw
In tte Great
There Is I
of BIgelw Rings
Jpleindlidl ChIce no
2 Feet Sfee
ThQS n a safle of large stocks amid complete
assortmeets miot am emergeinicy collectiom oir
odds amd emids0
It ns a sale that came aboiut Bnatiflraifly by
reasonn of a very Dmportannt amd very munnmsmial
flfindMstraal eveimt the merger of the great
Bagelow amid Ciartford rug Siradiuistnes,
It broiinght to mis the Bigeflow warehomse
stock Sun such large variety that yotfl mmay
choose from ten differemit weaves In most
roomsS2e rimgs0 For example:
Here is yomur clbiIce of 9x12 ft0 ras
at a flat redintiini f one-f ouartlb
BigeSow A relet il Wiltons, $45
BogeSow Dahestan Wiltons, $37 JO
BigeSow Balkan Wiltons, $37 JO
BJgdow Bagdad Wiltons, $32
Bigelow Poritan WiStostis, $27.50
Big!ow AHingtcinss, $2$
BigeSow Bagdad BnuiBseJs, $24.5
BigeSow Utopia Axmimster, $24
Bigelow Middlesex Brussels, $21.75
Bigelow Electra Axminster, $118
in several other rowrNsize mgB the
n 5s as Saree as In the 912 mum. and
w. - .--- -,,. .,-,wv w4
are many small rugs m the same vari
(Foutth Floor, Mai kit)
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