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MPHflHWftlM yuapaynfiuM- jwj IVENING L'BDaER-PHIL'ABEEPHlA, SATURDAY, OCTOBEE 3, T0I2, ( s REGISTRATION LIGHT IE EARLY HOURS, BUT RUSH LATER LIKELY Party Leaders Estimate That Fewer Than 40,000 Went to Polls by 10 o'Clock Re cess Last Day to Qualify. Penrose Henchmen, Armed With Lists, Trying to Herd Voters in Every District Nearly 200, 000 Eligibles Had Not Regis tered When Polls Opened Today. Despite f i antic efforts of tho I'oliroso lleutrnnnts nnd the liquor men, rcRlatru tlon th ft mnrnlns was fairly llsht. l'urtj1 leiulure nt noon estimated that fewer than Ift.ono had quullllixl to voto at tlic Novrmticr election before the polls closed for a recess at 10 o'clock tills morning. Indications are. however, thnt the to tnl registration today will lie InrKC, ns every political organisation Is matting a sllotiB effort to get the citizens to tho poils to register, Itcpulillcnn Organlza Umii waul liuHscs, particularly those In thu doAwitown wards, nliirinul nt the out pouring of the antl-l'cnrose voters, had lien litnen working In nearly every dlvl e on in Philadelphia this morning, to herd tlu Tenroso voto to the polling places. These henchnicn have been tinned with ll.ts of electors who did not register on September 3 or September IS, and are making n personal canvass of the voters In every division In an effort to line them up to legHter as members of the Pcnrosc-aicNlehol-Vare machine. They made llttlo headway this morn ing, as the heaviest registration was In the Independent wards, where tho He-pub!i.-nn organization docs not control tho voters and where the antl-Pcnrose senti ment, as a result, Is overwhelming. LAST RKGISTUATION DAY. Totln Is the last registration day for tho November election, it Is the last chance for the citizens of Philadelphia to qualify to vote on November 3. When the polling places opened this morning nearly W.OOrt, or half of the cltlz ns u'iiiiki- names are on the as sessors' lists nnd who arc eligible to qunl'rv vote. Had not registered. The pnll.- opened nt 7 o'clock this morn ing iukI '"i-pd for a icccss at 10 o'clock. The r.'opi'ii nt 4 o'clock this afternoon nnd in I lemnin open until 10 o'clock to-nl- t P' '" d receipts can he purchased nt the i "ill." by citizens who have been nss, -. 'I for a poll tax prior to Septem ber l P rsons who have paid n State or 'Hinn tax since November 3, 1911, or who wen ,Tse.ss.ed prior to 60 days be fote th. i lection this fall, are eligible to re uist '. p! milled they show their tax re,upi at the polls. lN!:i.T.Mi:.T NOT NECESSARY. Sl'h,,' . i tii.. leaders of every party have bff making an effort to have tho vot. -lstrr under their party imtne. enrcll.nrM-t Is not necessary this fall. Vot- n rrr..lleel this full will not he eligi ble t.. v .tr nt the primary election next i-iir wit'. cut enrolllr.g ncaln next year. Th. ri,! advantage In enrolling till fall Is t m II the party strength on paper, and It is fnr this reason thut the Itcpuli llcan fitv i-onunlttoe, the P.ilmer-Mc- "orntilc Li-ague and the AVashlngt-m party C)t (Vmmitlee have deluged voters v.ith enr.ld within the past month, urging them t" enroll when they register. ARRESTED F0R(nT0XICATI0N, 48 ARE FREED TO REGISTER Penrose Buttons on Prisoners Who Fnce Magistrate and Escape Pines. Vorly-clght men arrested for Intoxica tion were freed this morning by Magis trate Tracy, In the Eleventh and Win ters streets police station, when they appeared before him after the gencr.-l hearings wcro over. Each expressed I desire to get out and register. They all wore Holes Penrnso buttons. It required two slates to list the great number of Intoxicated prisoners, nnd Lieutenant Smiley was busy for sonic time getting names nhd addresses straightened out. When the prisoners were brought from their celts Into the hearing room, ench wore mi all-wise and confident look. Tho magistrate, n Penrose supporter, dis charged the men without lines. The led W. C. T. U, WOULD DELUGE PRESIDENT WITH ITS LETTERS .'St' 4 -jF- .,-.. V ";. M. " W. t.rj ,."OV .f'M w Million Requests at New Year's for His Support of National Prohibition, Plan of Executive Committee. Oil. CITV, Pn., Oct. 3.-Last liUht's session nt the opening of the 10th nlitiual C'nlitentliiM nf tlio Stnti. W. f' 'P. It. lier mLrMoKnM: T.." . ,",,",,t b,,t nn ntlcntln,,co wh,ch ,nxttl Hut one fellow watilnl to do the right ' l"-' seating capacity of Trinity Church. thing, and he consented to return for hi l)r. .1, U. Slirglns, .Mayor of OH City, sentence If he could only get to his poll- , tv,P,iP1 n ec.idfnl iv.lr.mi to the dele. gates, nnd spoke of the gient woik the (irgnulxatinii Is accomplishing. The Itcv, Ing plmo and "do the right thing" b Ms division leader. He even consented to have a policeman uecompany him tc his voting plnce and hack. EXERCISES TODAY MARK SAFETY CARNIVAL'S CLOSE School Children nnd Inmates of Or- phans' Court. T-idne'e eterrlses will mark the close of the i 'ar nival and Convention of Safety at i"iinntinn Hall, Brond street and Allegbeuv n nnue. Children of public and nar-.-hlal schools and orphan asylums are the guests today of the Home and Febool I.e.tgue. Several thousand children from the Cath.iji. Home for Destltuto Orphans, fialvntii'M Army Home for Children, Wid en. ' Memorial School, Hume of the Mer clflu Si- or. Klktiin Masonic Orphanago for ij) H Il'dbrew Orphans' Home, Jew Jso !' i- Home and Hnptist Orphanage, are es: t-.1 to attend tho afternoon and eve. n; i ifornmnces. b ii - ' the police and fire depart me. t i,.t Hoy Smuts, tho peace pageant aoa'st- I . th- State Ftnclbles und illiis- t in s on the rules of safety, will t both sessions. ph It Wilson, chairman of the ht- been asked by tho Home . Idgiie of Chicago to address ii nival In tint city. She has nt. ,1 ii member of the edurn- a U of the Chicago National t-a' d 1. b . w S't- J cai- .,' aiio -' ii a J.it- ' beer. ' tll-ul I'l.. BLOW AT DRUG TRAFFIC IN COCAINE THEFT CHARGE Two Men Are Held, One for Stealing, the Other for Receiving Loot. An. i- -i how at the drug tratlle, in this en- ,. trii. k today when Magistrate B;i- n. r rti the- Tenth and Buttonwood strn- oidiion, held two men for court. Th. . ri- Urns Wlktr, a Negro, of 1013 " x "ii blii-et. accused of eteiiling ve-' i a.il boroln from the plunt of S" ' 'x ' ii-i- French Comnanv. wberp h i until a thort time ago. und " ott. of 1331 Jtuce street, whom Walker was captured was held, on the charge of ti.i- drugs, in GOo iau for court, ti in h total of liono bail on i iiuvuiK me arug in nis posacti- I rn e-lving stolen goods. vao i W i tr- n : Bit j i ci- ,- - El HI...I INJURY IN FOOTBALL GAME FATAL AFTER TWO YEARS Boy. Kicked in the Spine, Dies as Result. A ki?k in the back, received two years 8;" otwi he us plijln;,- football with a liur t'.i of ioiipuiilou, m rt-nponalbla fcr le dtaili of U-e.ir-old liuriock D. Merlin, tun of Mr. ami Mr Jerome X. Mtirtli of 27;7 North 'JHb street Funeral scrvKf will be heUl next Monday after-i-""-i at l o'elock. at the house, with prl va" t'jr'-il at Arlington Cemetery Tl"" fy whose father I a. paying teller i i.u i Tliio und Trut Company, lt"b;-n r-.i. ,,iy in fnUr werka ago 1 f"t time, Vii b-'n gradually v. k Hn f rj'"'ly hid euf- -n t-5 k-k ' the Blafi.lbU FOREIGNERS, NATURALIZED, RUSHED OFF TO REGISTER Several Frankly Admit They Acted on Politicians' Orders, Obeying the wishes of Organization ward heelers, U0 residents of South Phila delphia were naturalized today In order that they might register. The new citizens were sworn In by Deputy Clerks llrondbeck and Cobaugh in room 321 In the Federal Pudding. After receiving their citizenship papers the men hurried nway to their home wards and registered. According to Federal officials, a person who becomes naturalized can register on the same day. Several of the appll.-nnts frankly admitted that they had become naturalized nt the request of politicians. Since May 1 3.VXJ foreigners have been naturalized In this city. UNITED BRETHERN ANNOUNCE THE ELECTION OF PASTORS Membership Reported to Be 22,802, Increase of 033 in One Year. The successful pastors In the election of the confetence of the United Brethren, In Christ, being held in the Second Church of the United Brethren, at BOth and Cath arine street, arc the l!ev. S. F. Knglc, conference treasurer; tho Itev. 1. H. All bright, conference historical secretary; the riev. II. I.. Carl, the Hev. S. U. Wcn gert, the lie v. H. F. nhoad, the itev. I. N. Seldomrldge and Jho Itev. J. A. Kclper, conference t'ablmtli School Hoard: tho lt"V. I). S. l.ongenecker, the Itev. H. K. Miller, the ltcv. P. II. Balshaugh, the Hev. Thomas Garland, the Hev. A. Leh man and the Itev. A. G. Nye, trustees of Conference Preachers' Aid; the Itev. O. F. Hrclnlg nnd the Itev. A. S. Hecklcy, trustees of Lebanon Valley College; the Itev. D. D. Lowery, editor of Conference Herald; the Itcv. J. T. Spanglcr and the Itev. E. A. G. Bossier, Kducatlonal Bourd; the P.ev. C. S. Miller. Publicity Commit tee. Itcturns from the membership census showed that the total membership Is 22,b6?, an Increase of 9?3 In one year.' M'CORMICK AND PINCHOT EXCHANGE COMPLIMENTS The Candidates Give Exhibition of Campaign Amenities. PITTSBURGH, Pa., Oct 3. Glfford Pln chut, Washington party nominee for United Stntvs Senator, who Is recuperat ing at the Fort Pitt Hotel here, received felicitations nnd wishes for his speedy recovery today fiom Vance C. McCormlck, Democratic-Washington nominee for Governor. Mr. Pinchot in turn Informed Mr. Mc Cormlck that he expected to resume pce.chmnklii Monday In Butler County. The Progressive nominee and the Demo cratic State candidates, who have been campaigning here, are quartered In tho same hotel. The possibility that Representative A. Mitchell Palmer nnd Mr. Pinchot, rivals for the Scnatorshlp, would meet last night gave rise- to considerable speculation. Mr. Palmer came to the hotel after tho mass meeting at McKecsport, Pa., and left nt once for Washington to resume his duties In Congress. Other Democrats said today they did not believe Mr. Palmer even knew Mr. Pinchot was at th hotel. Mr. Pinchot said this morning that he did not meet Mr. Palmer. ?1 582.55 IN "WAR CHEST" Suffragists Send Melting Pot to Mint. The suffragists arc enriched by J15S2.55, representing the amount of gold and sil ver bullion assayed from their "war chest" tent this week to the Philadel phia Mint. This chest, containing watch cases, nil kinds of tnblc ware, toilet arti cles, rings, spectacle frames and edd pieces of Jewelry, was collected by the suffragists of the Western States. It assayed J11S0.37 In gold bullion and J302.1S In silver. The money derived from this chest will be used In the States of Montana, Ne vada. North and South Dakota. Missouri, Nebraska and Ohio In the fall und win ter canidlgn. W. K. .McBrldc extended a welcome In bchnlr of the Oil City Ministerial Society, nnd Mrs. U. B. Simmons spoke for thcr Vcnnnsu County V. C. T. U., of which fchc Is president. Response wns given by Mrs. Bng geily, of the Schuylkill County Union, who spoke In plnce of Mrs. Moll, presi dent of the county union. She presented Mrs. George, the State president, with n bouquet of red loses. Mayor Slgglns wns cheered to tho echo when he re marked that' ho was piolld to bo the chlet 'executive of n "dry" town. A fenturo of the session was the stir ring address of Mrs. Addle Bolleuu Pnr sels, tf Philadelphia, vice president of the State orgnnlxatlon. She made n i tinng Impression. The session this morning was devoted to hearing reports of tho various depart ments ainilatetl with the organization. The address this afternoon Is by Dr. Amelia A. Drnnga, of Pittsburgh, on "The Moral Care of Our Children." This evening nn address on "The Silent Partner" will be given by tho Itev. Messa Mario Varney, of Paw Paw, Mich. Tho Executive Committee hns decided to havo 1,000,000 letters sent to President Wilson at Now Ye'ar's, requesting thnt he. tibe his Influence In securing a national prohibition amendment to the Constitu tion of the United States. The program arranged for Sunday calls for the convention iermon by the Itev. Messa Mnrle Varney, of Paw Paw, Mich, The Itcv. W. P. Murray, D. D., will preside nt the service. In the after noon a Sunday school rally will be held, nt which n special program arranged by Mrs. M. A. Irwin, of Bellevue, super intendent of Sunday school work, will bo followed. Mrs. W. E. McRrlde, ot Oil City, hns arranged the evening pro gram, when the princlpnl addicss will be given by Daniel A. Poling, of Boston, associate president of the International Y. P. S. C. K. Society, nnd chairman of the Good Citizenship Committee. fiW Wto :-Vi ' Wzm&Zm&mt v.-'7--.;feMv "vah &tx $3 Www! TOw rVimHIfilff'L i ' ( COUNTY FAIR AND MARKET DAY AIDS CONVALESCENTS St. Francis Home Will Benefit by Proceeds, The country fair nnd market day for the benclit of St. Francis' Country House for Convalescents, Darby, opened this morning. The opening of the event was attended by society folk, friends and supporters of the institution, nnd many guestH. h-Jt mostly by housekeepers, who came from the countryside for miles around to purchase fresh eggs, chickens, vegetables, flowers nnd produce. The grounds of the home were pic turesque In their autumn dress. Booths devoted to the sales of farmers' produce nnd useful and fancy articles were pre sided over by pretty glrlB, who form nn Auxiliary Committee of the fair. More than "00 women were on hand this morn ing to assist In opening the fair and making It a success. During last year. It was announced, St. Francis' Country House has aken care of 6i convalescents, who have been nd mltted free, irrespective nf creed, from the many Imspltals of the city. DIES WAITING FOR A CAR Man Standing at Street Crossing Sue combs to Heart Disease, Death duo to heart disease came to Joseph Flnkelstein, SO years old, of 334 Balnbrldge street, this morning while waiting for n trolley car nt Fourth nnd Balnbrldge streets. Flnkelstein was seen to drop to tho sidewalk by hundreds of pns.sershy, nnd he was Immediately conveyed to the Mt. Slnnl Hospital, where he was pro nounced dead. A widow nnd three chil dren survive. Sleeping Girl Overcome by Gas Grace Willis, G33t Theodore street, nar rowly escaped death by asphyxiation this morning. Tho. girl's mother found her lying In bed unconscious at 5:30 o'clock. The gas fixture was leaking badly and the girl would have been past hope of recovery In another hour, physi cians stated. At the University Hospital the girl was revived by use of the pul-motor. WsWi The Philadelphia Art Galleries S. I-:, Cor. 1,1th nnd Chestnut Street, 3d Floor REED H. WALMER, Manager ''0e 'rhnman Son. AT AUCTION Last Day's Sale This Afternoon at 2.30 o'clock THE KASAB COLLECTION of Oriental Rugs and Carpets In All Weaves and Sizes NOW ON EXHIBITION djsmj fch U lh olilrat ahlo drt.tiful "Fleet nf lUIUf eoe l unoDiniKl iritr tuaennzi irvai iu The Old British Convict Ship SUCCESS The Oldest Ship Afloat (launched J 10 A. 1.) and Onlr hurilior of Eneland'. Terrible, fleet of "Ocean Hell" Now at Market Street Wharf, Phila. En Itoote to ban Franrltco where ! Trill be a feature at the fireat Panama Kjpo.ltlon This Wonderful Vessel Has Made History Tbroufh three teniurlea She marked the bcclnnlcs and lh end of Kn land's momlrou, oenat ayatera. n the world and ilia only ontlct ship left afloat out of that wnicn saiiea in reten mii in mv a. v. n all these jeara. nothlnr belne omitted but lerbuiaaa freltht and their j tteeltlea and barbarttlei practUed upon tbeni. , " T"1 rVraiW. '?, r ahown. Id their orlsloal atate. all th alrtea I 'tfjsiiwlrtiiii A Aboard her are u.' ahnwn In their orlslnal elate, alt I duuxeona and roadenned cella. thi thippluc pot. the Dianaclee, toe sraaoiox irosa. th pualaauieot Dana, tat leadcn-iippM! ci o"nlDe tall. th coffin bath and the other CiDdlaa toTeoilooa ot rsan'a brutaUtj to bla felloir maa. The Coatlct Shin la Suhted tbrouxhout with tlectrlcttr. Open to the Publio DaUj from S A. 31. to 19 V. SI. Market St. Wharf J?d"?h"JS5.rt Philadelphia Admlaaloo. Jcludlna; Sanlcca of a tiuld auid Lecton, Uq Jot Tba Lgarrtti rt bo boa-OM UiMCtTttwa, tb fjfyaaaKajaj aaaar piaaa. m- THE GUNMEN' BEST "BETTER BABY" WINS TRENTON PRIZE WITH MARK OF 100 Six-months-old Carl Deutz Gets the Gold Medal. Others Close to His Record. TnBNTON, X. J., Oct. 3. Prizes for tho youngsters In the "hotter Imblcs" con test nt the Interstate Fair were announc ed here today after the physicians hud carefully gone over all the nvcraKos of the 250 children entered In the different classes. Carl Deutz, fi months old, of 227 Centre street, was pronounced the most perfect nnd champion hoy. lie received nn aver age of ICO per cent., which carries with It a prize of $20 In gold, a gold medal and an additional award of $10. He Is In the class for city boys. The most perfect girl Is Kvelyn M. Kirk, 6 months old, of 116 Stuyvesant avenue, Jersey City. Her average was 0D.5. She will receive prizes of $20 and 110 each, and a bronze medal. She was entered In thu champion city girl division. Krncst 13. Long, of Wrlghtstown, Pa., TYPEWRITERS nenianufautureit machines, all stand ard makes Unrieruoodx, Kemlngtons, Olivers, U C. Hmtths. Mnnureho. etc., at HALF PRICE Tvpemiter rented and repaired, MARCUS & CO. ftiVeYtW Send for ratatoa; N'o. D. will receive a bronze medal for the rural boy contest. His average Is 08.5. The rural girl In the same class Is Ruth Austin, Xew Hope, Pa. Her average Is the same and she will nlno receive a bron.e medal, William I.. JIcGrath, of ECO Centre street, will get a bronze medal' for an average of 9D In tho city boys' contest, Rteanor M. Martin, of Hutchinson's Mills, will get $20 for having shown the greatest Improvement In the last year In the rural baby class. A filmllar prize will go to John Heiirlng, of 252 I'carl street, In tho city baby contest. FREIGHT CLERK BADLY HURT William Owens, Struck by Train at Wayne Junction, May Die. William Owens, IS years old, a freight clerk nt the Wayne Junction station of tho Philadelphia and Heading Hallway, was struck by an outbound train this morning and badly Injured. He was taken to the Gcrmantown Hospital, suffering from concussion of the brain. Tho phy sicians believe he cannot recover. Owens, who lives In Norrlstown, came to the station this morning to check a number of freight cars. In doing this he stepped out upon a nearby track as the train wns approaching the station. His father, A. T. Owens, Is freight agent nt tho Wayne Junction station. Ho was not there when the accident occurred. MATTEL DENNIS I fkl LANT9C CITY N.J. IN AUTUMN Provides a charm of comfort and ea amidst characteristic environment that haa estub Ushe.l It as an Ideal seasnoro home. Dlrectty on tha ocean front. Capacity UC0. WAJ.TEIT J. nUZHY. BICYCLIST HIT BY MOTOR TRUCK Driver Rushes Boy to Hospital, Then Surrenders to Police. August Wahl, 14 years old, of 42-11 Oak dnle street, was struck by a motor truck belonging to the Cudahy Packing Com pany, and driven by Charles Wilson, of 2111 Xorth Stole street, as he wns pro ceeding on a bicycle south on Broad street, at Columbia nvenue, this morning. WllJon rushed the Injured boy to tho Woman's Homeopathic Hospital and then surrendered himself to Policeman O'ls'cll, of the Klghth and Jefferson streets sta tion, where Magistrate Morris held him under $500 bail for court pending the re sult of the boy's Injuries. MEXICAN WARRIORS IN ARMED CONCLAYE DISCUSS PEACE PLAN Fifty-eight Constitutionalist Generals, Each Carrying a . Big Pistol, Continue Deliberations. By ARTHUR CONSTANTTNE MEXICO CITY, Oct. 3.-Flfty-clght Constitutionalist generals, nearly alt o them wcnrlng big calibre nrmy service pistols In their belts In plain view, crowd ed Into the hall ot the Chamber of Dep iiticn todny to continue their preparation of plans for tho National Peace Convcn tlon, which will probably open on Octo b.r 10. The chief question for settlement today wns the eligibility of Francisco Canseco, of Onxaca, to tit as a delegate. In th peace conference because that State ha never formally acknowledged allegiance to tho Constitutionalist Government. General Itatnon Outzlerrez lias been elected president of tho national pcac convention and Cenornl Francisco Mur gula, of Monclovla? Stato of Coahulla, has been chosen vice president. It I likely thut First Chief Carranza will b represented by his confidential agent, Hoberto V. Posquelra. Tho news that Genoral Villa has exe cuted Augustine Perez and Jose San doval, two members of the old aristo cratic Clentlflco party, Is taken here to mean that Villa will devoto nil his energies lit behalf of tho peon population. Unless First Chief Carranza and Ills ad visers guarantee to carry out reforms In favor of the peons demanded by Villa, the one time bandit chief will unques tionably go to war against the Constitu tionalist Central Government. MAYT0RENA FORCE ATTACKS TROOPS OF CARRANZA Fighting Reported at Nnco in tho State of Sonorn. BI. PASO, Oct, 3. A special dispatch from Waco, Ariz., to an El Paso news paper state3 that General Maytorena' force moved forward to attack the Car ranzlstas troops at Naco, Sonora, early today, but up to S a. m. onty light skir mishing occurred. " TTT , a- - OM ", wedding Oliver If ynu havo n. wedding gift to buy. seo our very attractive assortment of Sterling Silver nnd hard metal plated ware. Gifts thnt nra always appro priate and acceptable. Selections of tho highest character ut moderata cost. C. R. Smith & Son, Inc. Market at 18th Street AUTO REPAIRS i H. B. Underwood & Co. 1015 and 1025 Hamilton Street Uatiilillahcd 1870 r-AU' H. B. I 1015 an The 1915 Hudson Six-54 lmSiSSttiSSSSaKS-!KS'.'SS5iiS5; The New Shop means comfort and beauty, wider range of choice, and if possible better values. But it does not mean higher prices in any of its departments. eh 1420 Chestnut St. "Where only the best la good enough." iaiiiii.M ibZjjU Steiderolalt ma h mr.. i Dining-Room Lighting- A Practical Artistic Creation The shades furnished in color to match the room decorations. They are white lined, thus insuring a bright light on the table at much less expense than ndirect bowl lighting. The Horn & Brannen Mfg. Co. Designers Importers 427-411 N Broad St. A Short Walk Alon Autm?bilt, f. o. b. Detroit You Cannot Buy More Power, Quality, Beauty and Size, No Matter How Much More You Pay Here is the car for men who want bigness im pressiveness. Such a car, with six-cylinder engine, has cost from $3500 to $5000 heretofore. But Hud son scientific engineering and Hudson quantity output have brought the price down to less than any other car of equal merit on the market. The divided front seat insures an easy driving po sition and permits ready exchange of seats without leaving the car. The engine is larger than in our former models, developing 55 horsepower. Four forward speeds with direct drive on third speed. There are so many wonderful features of thiB car its size, beauty, dignity and power that you will find it difficult to discover any reason for paying more than the price of this Hudson Six-54. It em bodies all we know how to offer to men who want big, distinguished, distinctive cars. We offer it in comparison with the highest-priced cars made. Limousines and Landaulets $3500 f.o. b. Detroit Gomery-Schwartz Motor Car Co. 253 North Broad Street, Philadelphia PKon Ftlberi tit). Catalog on Requm v., caio.