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v&fmm!mMMWmWfivnrF SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL icurttm VOL. I NO. 53 PIirLAJDJELPIIIA, 1TUIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1014. CortsionT, IBM, nt tub Tdblio t.enora Commni. PRICE ONE CENT m mwtwnmm meager JM tJri JlSw.Sj'M vLf "wvi g z GERMAN RUSH ONYSERCAML THROWN BACK Kaiser's Troops Fail to Gain in New Attempt to Crush Allies and Cut Road to )ea. Vlolonco of Fighting Diminishes Following Ropulso Ypros Holds Against Invaders. French, Gain on Aisno. Attempts of the Germans to cross the Yscr Canal, west of Dixtmulc, by a sortie from that town, have been repulsed, according to the official statement issued this afternoon by the French War Office, which also states that the battle in that rcfiion is crowing less violent as the German efforts to break through the Allies' lines and clear a road to the sea are repeatedly frustrated. Other German attacks to the north, east and south of Yprcs, the key po sition on the battle line, have also been repulsed. Farther south slight gains For the Allies arc reported, in cluding the occupation of the village of Tracy-lc-Val, in the operations north of the Aisnc. In northern Belgium, the fighting during flic last two days has been in a driving rainstorm, which has caused much suffering, while on the heights of the Vosges snow is reported. Constantinople reports the com plete rout of Russian fdrccs invading Armenia, and the precipitate retreat of the Czar's'forccs all along the line. A German submarine was sunk by a French torpedo boat off Westcnde, near Ostend. says a Paris report. The French craft was slightly damaged. A report reached London shippers that the Karlsruhe, German raider, bad been trapped by British warships IpfT the coast of South America. Russian "forces have advanced from the ground gamed at Lyck and Biala on the far eastern frontier of East Prussia, and in a sharp engagement took Johannisbcrg. on the Mazur Lakes. This victory and that at Soldau open the way for a projected drive on Danzig, designed to bring the Czar to the German shores of the Baltic. Success in this field will en tirely separate the two German armies in East Prussia. Petrosrad reports a sanguinary battle near Kalisz, which one wing of the retreating German army has been using as a base on the Poland-Posen frontier. Thousands, of Germans were left on the field and many pris oners taken. The Russian forces now are advancing on favorable ground in Posen province. Berlin discounts the Russian report of victory at Kalisz, and officially claims that a cavalry dash was re pulsed in this quarter. Austrians have evacuated central Galicia, with the intention of strength ening the defense of Cracow. 'The Russian advance force against Cra cow continues through southwestern Poland, In Galicia the Russian col umn has passed the Wislok River on the road to Cracow. Przemysl is again Under heavy bombardment. Loyalist commanders, under Pre mier Louis Botha, inflicted a severe defeat on the Boer rebels led by Genera! Christian De Wet. Several laagers were captured and 250 pris oners taken. King Nicholas of Montenegro rushed to the front to head his troops opposing an Austrian invasion. Su perior forces of the enemy were forced out of western Montenegro. TURKEYS SHOULDN'T BE DEAR Department of Agriculture Warns Against Exorbitant Prices. "WASHINGTON. Ntm 13,-Wlth the ap proach of Thanksgiving Cay the Depart ment or Agriculture has Issued a. warn Ing to housekeepers against unscrupulous dealers in poultry wjib may seek to chsrge exorbitant prices for turkeys. The explanation of the extr.a charge. H Is suggested, will he the prevalence of the foot and mouth dUeaae. S.uch ex planatlons. the department experts de clare, should not ba aweptad. Tar the disease virtually will, hay B0 tft on the quality of the fpws Or their mar king. ' CLOU DY-"i&l THS WHAT HER Fr PMUuUiphla and vUiitylH. crtatjgif elowipttsi tonight and warmer. CtMtr tfafawd. For UtaU$, tm t jhmk FROM 12 TO 30 KILLED IN CHEMICAL EXPLOSION Factory In Brooklyn Wrecked Mnny Bodies in Ruins. NEW p'ORK, Nov. J.t.-From 12 to .".0 persons were killed and a number of others were Injured In nn explosion this afternoon In the Ueckei Chemical Com pany at I07 t'nderhlll avenue, t!iooktn. The olanl was wrecked. Klght of the Injured were due out of the ruin of the building and taken tu hospitals. The wrecking crew of the llrej dcpnitmcnt was called outto dig out the bodies. The factory was a lame two-story building. More than 40 persons were em ployed there. The explosion blew oft the roof and let the whole contents of the building, Including the employes. My In the air and then drop Into the cellar. Then came the flreB In the debris. Firemen and police worked frantically to extrlcato tile victims. As fast ns they could.be dug out they were rushed to the hospitals. Twelve of the employes were taken out badly wounded, and this Is nil the police and firemen have so far ac counted lor. Among tho Injured Is S. It. David, of South street, Boston. He Is badly In jured. ' Officers of the concern, the superin tendent and foreman, were caught In tho explosion. The explosion was heard a mile away. Every window In tho block and In the houses opposite tho works was smashed. Operatives In a flvc-story factory on the corner were thrown Into a panic and rushed to the street pell mell, but none wore hurt. BARBER AIDS TRAPPING OF COUNTERFEIT SUSPECT Customer's Silver Dollar Bogus, De tectives Say. In the arrest of George It. Davis, of XS14 North 24th street, today, the police believe they have the man who has been peering counterfeit money among mer chants In Northwest Philadelphia for the last six weeks. Davis was held by Magistrate Ilenshaw, at the Sth and Ox ford streets station, without ball "for the action of the United States Commis sioner. Davis walked Into a trap laid by Si idol Policemen Douglas and Clcgg and Policeman Klelbscclne. He had been In tho habit of visiting the barber shop of Rose Zuudy, at 2324 Itldgc avenue. The baiber was instructed that the sliver dollar piece Davis offered' the next time ha came In was to be kept separate. When Davis went to be shaved this morning, the police were already there. POLICE SEEK TWO NEGRO ASSAILANTS OF WOMAN Miss Lillian Bier Beaten and Bobbed Near Kensington Home. - Search Is being made today for tho as sailants of Miss Lillian Bier, 27 years old, daughter jf Louis Bier, p. former membw of the State Legislature, who was rfl tacked by two Negroes within a few doors of her house, Frankford avenue and Pa cific street, last night. Miss Bier was returning from a drug store and when within the shadows of her own residence two men leaped upon her. As she was borne to tho ground she received a blow In the face. Beaten almost Into Insensibility, sho screamed and the two men lied with her purse. A chase by men and boys of the section proved fruitless. A Negro was arrested following an at tack last night upon Sirs. Victor Paulln. of 2209 Batnbrldge street, at 12th and Spruce streets. The man was captured after an exciting chase In which revolver shottwere fired by policemen. He gave his name as Horace Hope. 1212 Bainbrldge street. THROWN INTO FIERY BED Man's Assailants Then Thrust Hot Cinders Into His Mouth. John Walton, 67 years old, a section foreman on the New York division of the Pennsylvania Railroad, while walk ing the tracks Just outside Camden late this afternoon, was attacked and robbed by two Italians, w)io threw him Into a pile of hot cinders and after tying his hands and feet pushed hot cinders Into his mouth and gagged htm. He was picked up by the crew of a passenger train and taken to the Cooper Hospital, He described the Italians be fore lapsing Into unconsciousness and said they took $47 from him. BERLIN ADMITS DANGER OF RUSSIAN ADVANCE Iteports Repulse of Invaders on Posen Border, However. ' riEltLIN. Nov. IS. Beml-offlclal sources admit the serious ness of the Itusilan movement against Posen and East Prussia. Ilusslan pressure Is now being felt along the entire frontier. The advance Is being made with ever-increasing forces The German border force has repulsed a detachment of Itusalan calvajry at Kalisz, 60 miles from Breijlau. but over the Russian side at the border. There la every Indication that the renewed activity is -In much greater strength than the advance which was roude soon after the war was declared and which was completely repulsed. KARLSRUHE CAUGHT, RUMOR ! -m. London Shippers Hear of German Disaster in Atlantic. kONDQN. Nov. .-8hlpplna firms that received the drat pew of the bottling up of the cruiser Koanlgsherg beard today that British Marihlpa bad trapped the German cruiser Karlsruhe, which has tn active on the east ooast of South Anierlea. TURKEY DECLARES WAR ON THREE ALLIED NATIONS Report of Formal Dealaratioa Against All of Tripl Entente. 1 AMSTBKDAM, Not. ti- Turke has de ! ra war immmi all nations of tbe IrtpU BHiHi. acQrdloj to a meug itr4 ttr ta4r W Ctjttmm),fr AMERICAN MAYORS HEAR ARGUMENT FOR PUBLIC OWNERSHIP Delos F. Wilcox, Franchise Expert, Tells Conference Utilities Should be Operated- by Municipalities. TOLEDO DEMANDS PUBLIC SERVICE Tho people of Toledo have been uwakencd to the fact that public utili ties corporations obtain their right to exist from tho peoplo: that the cor porations must servo tho people eco nomically and Well, nnd that when thny no longer servo tho best Interests and operato only in tho Interests of a few stockholders nnd high-salaried officials. It becomes the right of citi zens to operate the public utilities cor porations themselves. The people of Toledo will never ngaln grant a franchise that docs not con tain a clause giving them the right to purchaso a public utility corporation at Its physical value. They realize In flated franchise values Increase tho prlCe they must pay for the service cotporatlcms supply. They will endure this no longer. The street car company In Toledo at present Is operating without a fran chise, because the company will not give better service at a lower rate of fare. The experiences of Toledo will benefit the nation. I wish Philadelphia success In her efforts to obtain better transit facili ties. Mayor of ToledoO. Municipal ownership and operation of public utilities was vigorously advocated before the first Conference of American Mayors this morning by Delos F, Wil cox, a franchise expert, of New York city, "We can havo nof sympathy with the attempts being made on every hand to hinder, hamper and render abortive the municipal ownership movement," he said. "We cannot approve of the attitude ot those who are willing to saddle the city with an enormous over-capltallzatlon as to its Initial handicap when It under takes municipal ownership " He asserted that public utility invest ments, if retained under private control, should bo placed on a non-speoulatlve basis and that their Mcurity should ap proximate that of municipal bonds, in the establishment of the non-speoulative character of tbw Investments, cjtlw should not undertake to make good past losses, he eoatended "So far as future Investments In the standard utilities are concerned " Mr Wilson said, "th oilltw should auutni the risks ot losa dua to unforeseen uauses and should substantially guaran tee the Integrity of all investments made at the request or with the apr proval of pubjla authority. "Public utWty service, as an MaUa,l public fu actio, stight not to be djin4 et upon s, threw of tbe dice by the mi nlButaM At steeks and beads, it ought not to funxteb opportunity for any saaa or set of man to 'get rich ' It ought to furnlsb to multitudes of people ot comparatively mull means a safe and tonaervatlve investmeut for their saving I ait strongly of the ont. i.-tton tbac it is dugrattful to a dly (u he its pub ii seivk corpc idtiuas In receivers hands ulruui a dte,ra.eful as it soali S B ,IWI $&" W Wfftffl An .,., A ssw sTH . v Wmi ja-JttHa- t-s .?. fc.xvvitAir -- rt-tn him finum I- VlrY m IF vxVlSXviYy As if&w.f Jiffs' y?)'. i jyjt 'H'-jujii umij mmi m 'wwbpwt" I M J 7JL J A STRAP OR A SEAT? Facts which will show the necessity for high speed transit lines, as recom mended In tho Ttrylor plan, will be presented In tomorrow's . Kvenina Lbdobr and further Illustrations of tho beneficial resultn brought to that section about MARKET AND 60th STREETS will, be given. Business firms of na tional prominence nre arranging to enter this neighborhood. The cause of this Is due to the Mnrket street elevated line, which has carried pros perity to West Philadelphia more quickly than any other agency. FOREST FIRES RAGE IN CITY'S SUBURBS, CAUSING BIG LOSS West Philadelphia the Scene of Two Fierce Blazes. Dry Leaves Feed the Flames. Two forest fires In West Philadelphia baffled six engine companies for several hours this afternoon, destroyed many hundred dollars' worth of fine timber and threatened the heme ot Francois tiuplot, a gardener. Gardeners employed by Suplot on his big nursery at 58th street and T-nn-caster avenue, were put to work throwing up mud embankments to prevent the blaze from spreading to his greenhouses and truck and flower beds. The ground all through this section, which is heavily wooded, Is covered with leaves, Because of the lack of rain recently the leaves are dry and highly Inflammable. WEST PHUjADELPHIA FIHE. All 4 o'clock this afternoon both fires In West Philadelphia were still smoldering. Only engine company No. 5 and com pany No. 40 remained at their posts. Had a big fire started elsewhere In the sec tion the district would have had to de-. pend on the centrally located statlohs for protection. The first fire was discovered at 70th street and Haverford avenue. In and near Cobbs Creek park. Several engine pom panles responded and had difficulty get ting up tbe steep Haverford avenue hllL The firemen could find no water In this section and had to fight tbe nre with blankets, eoato and shovels. Farmers from surrounding properties came to their aid. DRY LSAVBS FED FLAMES. A ehort time later alarms were sent in from the neighborhood of fieth street and Lancaster avenue. This seatlon Is heavily wooded between Lancaster. Woodbine, 60th and $th streets. The blaze spread with startling rapWUy. Jed by the dried leaves !ad fanned by the high wind. A lawn in tbe rear of the home of Mrs. Arthur Firof. at SMI Woodbine ave nue, was 'swap by the d1a muS th s as bad basA chaired and htaakMMd, Fir costpftnla that csjue by way J Lf ft eastor fcvsntM bad UlfHeuU) flndlg wa.t. The lompaaM iaf weal over m sumst found it Impossible to xt UP w avenue hill KlgB powtred automo&iies owned by :iJijis ut the neighborhood aooss-oua- itis KJ( tores ineJ fcufftsA to tfe TAYLOR INVOKES JOINT CONFIDENCE IN TRANSIT PROJECT Director Offers Solution of City's Gigantic Problem in Address Before Confer ence of Mayors. Director A. Merrltt Taylor, of Philadel phia's Department of City Transit, an nounced at the conference of American -Majors today that a solution to the gigantic transit problem confronting Phil- adelphlu would be attained with honest I protection affored capital Invested for the reasonable service of the public. lie informed the municipal, State and corporation officials, tho theorists from universities and the practical financiers that I'hlladelphlana stand for a square deal between the city nnd the vested In terests. Ills utterances Indicated, however, that Philadelphia has now reached the atage when Its present outgrown transit ays tern will be amplified either by co-operation of existing companies, by Investment or innepenaent capital or even by expen diture of municipal funds in a publicly onned and operated project. "We want Philadelphia to stand out as a safe place for the Investment of capital for public service," he said. MUTUAL CONFIDENCE. "We recognize the great part which the railroads and other public service cor porations can take In the development of this city and Its Industries, but so to take this part they must have credit upon which to raise large sums of money and they must be assured of an adequate and attractive return thereon and Immunity J from unwarranted competition or political and public attacks. "The capitalists of this country nre go ing to Invest their money In communities vinere capital is Justly treated and per mitted to earn attractive returns and are not going to Invest capital in communities where Its security Is Impaired and its productiveness Is unduly curtailed by un reasonable legislation, regulation or com petition. 'I believe that the time Is past when corporations, through political, financial or ether Influence, can retard the develop ment of the resources of our great cities, niaku unfair bargains for franchises, or refuse to co-operate upon Just term In carrjlng out great municipal develop ments and undertakings which are de pendent upon their co-operation. "On fe other hand, I bellevu the time Concluded on Pass Six WOMAN KILLED BY FALL Body Found Under Window- in Hob . pital Yard. The body of Miss Marjory McLaugh lin. T9 yers old, of Qlaueester. f?T J . was found late this afternoon In the yard of St. Agnes' Hospital beneath the win dow of the room 'he occupied on the seaond floor. It la believed that Miss MaLaughlin yam ssi.zl with vetlg ajd fell from the wladflw. She was suffering from aetite neural gia and was admitted ts thai hospital Juu H at tbe rsqiisst of the Rev Father itrie, rector of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church of O4otr "MR, DOQLEY'S" SISTER Hi CHICAGO, Nov It -Mrs Asastta Hoakay, principal of the Howutad Siheol aad stottr of Ftaley Peter Dunne tlr Oonlsy), the amaorist is miicuUy m at a MHM has. Har coadutua U GALE COMES SOONER THAN EXPECTED AND PLAYS HAVOC Windows Smashed) Signs Blown Down nnd Pedestrians Hindered. A gale scheduled to nrrltr In this city tonight arrived several hours ahead ot time this afternoon, smashed two $$-M) windows of the Font automobile plant at Ilroad street nnd Lehigh avenue, tore, hat from thn heads of men and women ami cnt them scurrying In nil directions, nnd worked linvoc with small signs throughout the city. The high wind blew down 100 feet of fencing on Market strer-t at 50th street, which surrounded the alrdomc. an open air moving picture hmow place. The fence was ten feet high and was topped by several feel of canxnp When il iuii ll , until uuwii tvii-imiMiu dim vivt;- trle llcht wires. Women neat 11 road anil Chestnut slrcett I umi umer lunii'ia near me uciiue oi tnu i tlty sought the slieltei of storea and door 1 nays when the cloclty of tho wind bo Lame so Krcnt that It was almost Impos sible lo walk against it. They had gleat difficulty making any headnn, being hampered by fluttering skirts. Tho mile was not expected to reach this i city until tonight. Warning had been re ceived by the weathei btircau to hoist 1 storm signals along the entire coast, fioni Norfolk, Va., to Kastport, Me. A few hour? after tho warning enmc the wind, I whirling dust Into tho c.es of pedestrians, upietting signs nnd tnnklng wires sing. Although the weather bureaus along tho coast flashed out Hie warning of the gale by every possible slgnnl, It is feared many small craft along tho coast may not linvo reached shoie In lime, and a sharp look out Is being kept nt all stations along the coast for vessels In distress. WIRELESS CALL SAVES 800 ON BLAZING STEAMSHIP Three Vessels Respond to Appeal nnd Prevent Big Loss of Life, TtOMK, Nov. 13 A wireless call sent out in the night while 150 miles from the nearest port saved the steamship Cltta dl Savona, carrjlng S00 passengers from Port Said to Catania from destruction by fire. The Minister of Marine this afternoon wan advised by wireless that the fire was under control and the steamship would reach Catania this evening, escorted by the Italian torpedoboat Saffo. The wireless came from the steamer Valparaiso, tfie of three esols which hurried to the assistance of tho Cltta dl Savonna, when she wirelessed for assist ance. The passengers aboard the ship included 00 Arab soldiers from the Italian colony at Krvtrea. The Cltta dl Savoi.a Balled from l'ott Fald for Naples late Thursday. Last night a wireless was received fiom her stating that she was burning and assistance was needed Immediately. Tho plea for help was answered by the steamships Kntellu and Valparaiso and the torpedoboat Saffo. CITY BLOCK MEMORIAL TO MRS. W00DR0W WILSON Women of the Country Asked to Con tribute Fund. WASHINGTON. Nov 1.1 -Appeal to the women of the country to contribute to the building of a memorial to Mrs. Wood row Wilson, late wife of tho President, wns mado today by Mrs. Archibald Hop kins, chairman of the District of Columbia section of the National Chic Federation. The memorial Is to be an entire city square of model houses to replace the alley shacks condemned by Congress m response to Mrs. WllBon's dyjng wish. The block Is to contain a municipal wash house, a day home for children while their parents are at work and other re forms In which Mrs. Wilson was deeply Interested. Tho project has the most cordial approbation of the President. It is estimated that this memorial will cost :50.000. RESERVE THWARTS SUICIDE ATTEMPT ON BROAD STREET Bluecont and Unknown Man Struggle for Possession of Revolver. Walking up to Reserve Policeman Hunch, at Ilroad and Vine streets., today, a well-dressed man about 35 years old, said: "I'm going to die Mion and I may as well take you with me." Hunch tried to console the stranger, but his philosophy on "it la worth while lllng" didn't appeal to the man. Suddenly the man whipped a revolver from his coat pocket. The revolver was poked at Bunch. The policeman, besides knowing the traffic rules to perfection, knows all the high points of Jujutsu. For more than fite minutes Broad and Vine streets was the fccene of a rough and tumble fight. Finally the policeman succeeded In getting possesion of the re volver. Policeman Bunch took his capthe to Central station, where he was arraigned before Magistrate Renshaw, Search of his pockets revealed there was nothing on him through which he might be Identi fied In' one of his pockets there was a let ter The' letter read as follows: "Smyrna, Del. "Dear Sister I am sorry for this act Hope, ou and the world will forgive me "YOUR L.OYING BROTHER," in the prisoner's overcoat pocket the police found a picture of Colonel Roose velt and his family seated in an automo bile. The man told Captain Cameron that he was an admirer of Colonel Roosevelt Hefcvas held In ISCO ball for a, further hearing FIND 1200 INDICTMENTS FOR KENTUCKY ELECTION FRAUDS Grand Jury Expected to Return as Many Mom in ProLe. rXIN,O.TON, Ry., Nov. II.-PUM were prfeiA hrc today to begin a weapjqg UvwtlgaUoji of wholesale eltltloa frinU w my rtwintlas is Ken tucky. Mjare tba 1M0 tawllatwenU have bejl reAUfMd s Pike County and as suhy mare w expected before the Grand Jury fluUhes its inquiry Tit probe u the owtc sweeping ainoe thai in Adama Count., Ohio t'uee years ao when more than jfiOO s er dlou&tlfled. foi similar urai fi. tha tot f4 wbj committed tj era 1 OPTION OBTAINED ON SECOND VESSEL FOR BELGIAN CAUSE Thanksgiving Ship Sched uled to Depart Week Aftcf Next With Food fof Starve ing Thousands. Second Relief Fund Under Way Lncks $34,000 of Amount Necessary to Provide Second Relief Cargo. Srtne time during the week preceding Thanksgltlng a second relief ship, laden with bounty, the result of Philadelphia' scncroslt.v., will set sail for Rotterdam to lelleve tfio distress of the hungry women and children of Belgium. After n meeting held In John Wana. maker's oftlce today of the subeommltte of newspaper publlihers who are spon soring the campaign. It was announced an option had been taken by Mr. Wana maker -jn a .steamship due to arrive In this port on November 19, and If final ar rangements aie made to charter her the) work of provisioning her will be carried on with as much dispatch as possible. Tho name of the vessel was not an nounccd. It will bo known as the Thanksgiving Ship. Meanwhile many generous offers ara bclnt mado to glvo fresh Impetus to tho campaign for tho second cargo, no that the same remarkable generosity which characterized the sending ofnha Thelma will mark tho going out of tha Thanksgiving Ship. BENEFITS FOR SUFFERING:. George W. Bennethum. or a North! 3th street, nn owner of 16 moving pic ture parlors, has promised to turn over to the fund M per cent, ot the proceed which he takes In nt this nfvvnoon'.a an this evening's performances at all of his houses. Also a benefit performance, fo which no dato has jet been set, -will bo held at the Academy of Mtiilc, th proceeds of which will go to help toward swelling tho fund. The Thanksgiving Ship will be of 'prac tically the same capacity as the Thelma whlch means that Just as much cargojt IQOn Inn. rtf fniAaitffm tirlll 1.n . i.A (itopatcd to fill her hold. A man Walked Into the headquarter ot' the Relief Fund In the basement q the Lincoln Building this morning, -and with these words drew out a dollar from the Innermost recesses of his vest pocket ami placed It. down on the table. ""Name, please?" said the clerk clerk 'If y. "Jut charge. "No name," he said modestly. mark It cash. "You know," he went on after his con tribution had been put down anonymously In the book. "Philadelphia did a might? fine thing In sending 1!W0 tons of food to tho starving children and Women of Bel glum, but if we talk so much about it wo are going to be mighty apt to think that we've done enough. The thing to do la to stiffen up, stop patting ourselves on th back and forget whaf we have done. That's the only way to get the aecortj ship off In good time." He wnsn't a particularly affluent man. Moreover, ono of the clerks recognized him as having contributed toward tho fund for the Thelma In the first days ot the campaign, but his, in the opinion of the workers up at the station, was th proppr spirit COMMITTEE RENEWS EFFORTS. Forget the Thelma and bend all of your energies toward stocking out tha Thanksgiving Ship. That is the spirit which the committee In charge of tha relief work la doing Ita best to Incul cate. Yesterday, despite the fact It might have been expected that all of tha people with any interest In the starving women and children of Belgium would l'.ivo found their way down to the dock Ij see the Thelma depart, yet quite a number went to the basement of the Lin coln Building and left donations. Less than JfOOO, however, marked tha day's contributions. This makes about X70.W0 In lltnd as a "starter" for tha second ship. A tidy little sura. It la true, but It took 5101.000 to stock out tha Thelma, nnd since Mr. Wanamaker haa announced that the second ship he will ihartet shall be ot an near the same slzo as can be obtained, then It ts easy to see that it the Thanksgiving ship is to sail as quickly as humanity demands that she should sail, then the citizens qf Phila delphia will have to put their hinds deep. Into their pockets and bring up all that they can afford. Tho receiving station will be kept open Indefinitely, from S in the morning until 8:30 In the evening. All who haven't con tributed their share arc invited, nay urged, to come in and pay a visit, and thoa who have given are asked to "coma again." One Utile girl who said her name was Sarah peeped In this morning on her way to school and announced b1i was walking-back and forth from tho class room In order to save her carfare for the Ut$S Belgians. , ' "At the end ot tne wee hi pavo " centa for some hungry little gir)." aha said proudly, and then went her way. CONVICTS MOVKD BY PkBA. Even the inmates of the Kastern Pent tentlary" have felt the call of the BeW glans. Yesterday a latter from Wwdefl MeKwUy came ta the nation, announcing a eollaettofl had beta taken up aad uugb raR6r",liaijia coMactad to IrlbuW y oayrajia pf w towaj-tf yta stocking Of th Mffaa ahl A )utpet of (tour wwaaW , theafcpe th money value of thrt gift was Jl-J, Add to this donation of H. which a from Won John, a Wast Fhttadeipbs, Cldocac, and his family, and the MW check from tbe Union Laague and attT otbar MM one from tha Thomas RoaaM Caaapan. will ' Uow tbe PP' of that taaocant war victims baa reaehtd aU claaaes. iardle& of easu. 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