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WHAT; AN AJRTT5T NOTICED AT A' PUGILIST'S WEDDING
People Who Have Been
Trying for Years to Knock
His Head Off Congratu
late Pugilist as Bridegroom
She who was Mln Angelina Negrd early
last night Is now the proud Mrs. An
thony Lauletta.
Lauletts. Is a namo to conJuro with, It.
With Anthony tacked on to It, is the
name bestowed by those' who christened
no other than "Tommy Howell," a thin
faced, broad-shouldered fighter of middle
weights; he, who makes his $3000 a year
for stepping Into the rlnff of a boxing
Club once or twlco a month.
.Tho marriage ceremony wns performed
at Hio Church of Our Lady of Oood
Counsel, Eth and, Christian streets. Then
Sir. and Mrs, Tommy Howell gavo a
danco nnd reception at (Jarrlck Hall, W7
South 8th street. They left tho hall at
a a. m. and appointed a receiving com
mittee to act In their stead. ,
Whin they left there wero still un
tapped six tiuarfer kegs Of beer, numer
ous bolttes of Italian wine, but little
whisky. The receiving committee Is still1'
there,
Hocauso of the foresight of. Tommy and
Ills father-in-law, tho refreshments did
.not- run out. The committee will do their
duty until tho last Ltmburger sandwich
. fiaa gone Its way. and tho kegs are
parphed. .
rUOIilBTIC STARS THERE,
T.ony Lauletta, who was congratulated
by the stars of pugilism In town last
night, Started llfo humbly, Ho Is tho son
of dtamcattlsta Luulcttn, foreman of
street sweepers fcr Vare Brothers. Tony
111" his carlv days was never a white wing,
for then they did. not wear duck uniforms.
He zigzagged about "Broad street, how-
eVer, pushing a Bltovel ahead of him and
trailing a broom behind.
Qno night, when ho was 16, ho fought
for h. purse of t3. Ho got tho whole purse.
A shprt time later ho wdn $5. Ho handed
It to his dad and foreman. The next
tlmo ho fought lie made JIB. This money
ho also turned over to his foreman during
working hours, who was off duty the
fattier of him nnd clx brothers and three
Bisters. Because of the size Ot that fam
ily whlte-'wlnglng would not keep It In
tact. Tony reformed and bocamo a fighter
Fearing that people would not believe
ho could light he changed his name to
Tommy Howell. Thereby, with tho help
of lists that would not crack and cour
age Ui at did not fall, ho made slightly
muro every time ho boxed than ho would
have made . in a month by being tho
motive power of a scoop shovel circling
City Hall Square.
But what is the use of tolling how Tom
my won fight after fight, although his left
ear lost Its shape, his nose became a little
flattened and his teeth needed strengthen
ing now and thon? We arc not mention
ing the times that some . said he wasv
shaded.
. FATHER LAURETTA'S ADVICE.
Sir months ago. 'the elder Lauletta went
to his son and said: "Tommy Howell, my
boy, It Is time you were married. For
advertising purposes you are 24 years old,
hut 'remember you havo been fighting for
JS years bb a professional. Between you
nnd me, you are getting somo older than
23, and 'that Is a sklddoo ago for' single.
men of Cur race. I will find you a wife."
He went to Sermano Negro, 915 South
th' street Sermano' Is a man "6f means,
thee .means coming from a milk .route ;
and among his possessions was Angelina,
10 years old and fair. The match was
' soon made. Tommy courted his bride four
months.
As was stated, tho bridal reception was
last night and this morning. The uncle
of the bridegroom conducted tho orches
tra. "Frenchy Al" and "Chappie tho
Commission Man" conducted the bar.
After the fights nt the Olympla Ath
letic Club last night. Hnrry Edwards,
Eddie Holland, Professor of ' National
Boxing Frank O'Brien, Pal and Willie
Mooro, Young Erne, Billy McGonlgle.
Dick Curloy and Adam Ryan, who used
to fight, but Is now conditioning fighters
and "up-to-tho-mlnute" business men,
stopped at Qarrlck Hall.
Both Young Erne and the bridegroom
flvo times tried to knock the head off the
other. They will no doubt fight again,
but last night Erne grasped the hand of
Tommy and wished him luck. Erne Is an
old married 'man.
All In all, the reception to Tommy nnd
his bride was all that could be desired.
When fighters meet together, and
specially when they travel to drink a
toast to a fellow mlttman and his bride,
every one has to be good.
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FUEL, MAY BE MADE
AT TRIFLING COST
Discovery Will Enable
Motorists to Produce Sub
stitute for Gasoline at Two
Cents a Gallon.
TANKER WILL BE FIRST SHIP
HERE FOR U. S. REGISTRY
Arrangements Being1 Hade for .Ger
man Vessel's Transfer.
The first foreign steamship1 to take out
American registry at this port will be
the German tanker Pennoll, now lying
at Point Breeze. In a few days the
American flag proudly will wave over the
vessel. .-
Arrangements are being made at the
Custom House for the official transfer.
Before Unole Sam will accept the vessel
as an Acquisition to the merchant ma
rine, satisfactory information must be
furnished that the craft Is safe and
sound. To ascertain this, the Pennoll
will be placed .In the drydock at the Wil
liam Cramp & Sons Ship and Engine
Building. Company tomorrow for examlna
tton by Government officials.
Representatives of the United States
Steam Vessel Inspectors will conduct the
examination and an official from the Cus
tom House will measure the tanker tn
determine her exact tonnage.
Under the act of August U, permitting
forelgn-bullt vessels to be admitted to
American registry, nearly JOO craft have
been transferred. The Pennoll will ba
"the pioneer ship to change her flag at
Philadelphia-
The Pennoll Is owned by the Pure Oil
Company, an American concern, although
to enable her to fly the German flag her
noma port nas oeen JJamDUrg. The ves
sel nailed from this port shortly before
war was declared. When she was "half
was serosa the Atlantic Ocean she was
recalled by wireless, as her owners
feared she would fait Into the hands of
tho English.
Until yesterday the vessel was lying
at Marcus Hook, with more than J.OOO.WO
gallons of oil in her tanks. She is now
ot the Atlantlo Refining Company's plant
discharging the cargo preparatory to go
Ine Into the drydock, ,
The Pennoll was constructed In Oreen-
iock. jsngiano, in January, luca. she is
a steel screw steamship of itU gross tons,
with 100A1 Lloyd's classification. She
is 363 feet 3 Inches In length, CO feet 1
luob In breadth and St feet fi Inches
depth. ,
Interned In Rotterdam Is the steam
ship Purelight, a running mate pf the
Pennoll, owned by the same company.
WHXS ADMITTED TO PROBATE
Two Estates Distributed in Private
Bequests.
Wilts admitted to probau tday are of
uha iloAtoer. lata of 8101 South BVail.r
ts.rrs.ee. ao4 William UoQartMy. Kta
sty street. SVu estate to valued at lSM
TBavswria
Stills for manufacture of zollne, tho
new two-cent-a-gatlon substitute for
gasoline, will shortly be brought tp Phil
adelphia by automoblllsts to give the fuel
as thorough a test as given at Indian
apolis. Orders have been placed by sev
eral well-known motorists, and the stills
will be sent here as Boon as they can be
manufactured.
Announcement was made In Indianapo
lis, where automobile manufacturers put
sollne through a rigid test, that Instead
of marketing the product at so much
per gallon, It has been decided to market
tho still. A formula for making the fuel
will accompany each still. This will allow
the consumer to manufacture his own
fuel and keep as large a supply on hand
as ho may desire.
The manufacture of zollne consists
mainly In the collection of large quanti
ties of rain water, for this fluid forms
about nine-tenths of the Ingredients' of
zollne. The other Ingredients consist of
certain coal tar products, chiefly naphtha
line, which can be bought at Bmall prices.
SOLVES FUEL PROBLEM.
The still can be placed in any back
yard and the assembling of It In quite
simple. Thf manufacture of the stills
will begin at once, and those back of
tho project state that with the stills on
the market the high cost of motor fuel
will be solved.
The flrst opportunity the East will have
to cee the new product will be at the New
York Automobile Show. A still Is to be
placed at the show and zollne produced.
The mixing of the chemicals with rain
water will bo open to public Inspection.
Philadelphia automoblllsts have placed
orders for these stills as soon as they
are manufactured, but their orders will
probably not be filled before the flrst of
tho year.
A 1000-MILE TEST.
The final test of the effect of zollne on
the motor of the automobile used In the
1000-mile run on the Indianapolis Speed
way has proven that .the fuel has no
chemical effeot on the engine. Accord
ing to the report of a technical commit
tee the test has showed zollne to bo supe
rior to gasoline In many ways, besides
being more economical.
Officials of gasoline refineries acknowl
edge that If zollne Is what Its promoters
claim It will mean the end of gasoline
for use In motor cars and launches.
While they have taken no official action,
It Is announced the subject will probably
be considered at the next meeting of the
National Petroleum Association.
JOT BIDEBS HELD SOB COURT
Accused of Using- Automobile With
out Owners' Consent.
WJLIHNO-TON. Del., Nov. U-Judge
Churchman. In the City Court today, held
Homer Lane and George. L. Evans under
ball for the upper court on the charge of
taking away automobiles without the con
sent of the owners. Arthur Bauman, Ev
erett BU. Samuel Hlnger and Horace
Ball were turned over to the Juvenile
Court, as they were under IT years old.
It was shown the crowd at various
times had taken a number of automobiles,
and after Joy rides had abandoned them.
One machine was wrecked and all were
more or less damaged.
DELIVERY COMPANY AT WORBJ
Service Between Reading Terminal
and Suburbs Under Way.
The distinction of having received the
first package delivered by the new Ter
minal Market Delivery Company from the
Reading Terminal market was gained by
Charles A. KUnk, ot OH Wakefield street,
Oermantown, when he received a large
hamper ot fruit
Regular service will be established next
week by the company in West FhlladeU
phia and territories around the Main Line
u far as VlUanova, Media and the
P. B. & W. branches. Later the system
will be extended to all suburbs of the
eity.
Big Eire at St Georges, Del.
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BUTCHER SAYS L0EB SAVES
$200,000 YEARLY ON MEATS
Joseph W. Salus Compliments Di
rector of Supplies for Municipal
Economy.
An average of JIOO.OOO a year has been
saved tho city In tho purchase of meato
and poultry since tho Incumbency of Di
rector Loob, according to a letter written
the Director by Josoph W. Salus, of the
Arm of A. Salus & Son, packers.
The testimonial to Director Locb's
operation of tho Department of Supplies
came after a bid of tho Salus Mrm for
furnishing $24,000 worth of meats to tho
Bureaus of Charity and Correction had
been rejected becauso It was not nccom
panlcd by tho required bond and tho
award was made to the Froosch Pack
ing Company.
Mr. Salus called on Director Loeb and
learned that, although his bid wns K0
lower than tho ono that received tho con
tract, tho rendvertlslng of tho contract
would cost tho city $1S0 and delay receiv
ing of the supplies until late In Docember.
Ho wos convinced the Director has
adopted the proper course. In advising
Air. Loeb of his belief ho wrote:
"I have calculated that the various
changes mean n. saving of at lepst $200,000
a year during your administration, and
lve opportunity to other than favored
contractors to obtain business."
Salus was a recipient of contracts under
the past Administrations.
LIBEL CHARGE IN COURT
Land Agent Sues Ruthenian for Pub
lishing Letter.
Testimony In the libel suit of Bazll J.
Motolltz, president of tho European
Colonization Company, against tho
Ruthenian National Union, publishers of
the Freedom, a It u then Ian newspaper,
wns heard before Judge Wheeler In Mu
nicipal Court today.
The basis of tho suit was an article,
alleged to have been written by a farmer,
who accuses the company of having
duped several Ruthenlans Into buying
sand lots near MlUvllle, N. J., represent
ing the worthless land as farming soil.
Tho author stated when he discovered
the alleged deception he tried to recover
some of the money he had paid, but was
arrested and taken before Fred W. Ware,
then Mayor of MlUvllle, who. It is as
serted, was Interested In the sale of tho
property.
BEWARE OF COLD STORAGE
TURKEYS AT LOW PRICES
Somo Dealors Inclined to Eorget Law
When Offering Ancient Gobblers.
Thousands of Philadelphia housewives
are considering the turkey problem to
day. Each is examining tho stock of
gobblers and each Is wondering how sho
can be sure that tho one sho buys Is a
"sure-enough good turkey." It Is n
hard problem, but there are a few funda
mental points which should bo considered.
If tho price of the bird is exceptionally
low it Is wlffo to proceed cautiously, for
thero are many cold-storage turkoys held
over that must be disposed of, and al
though dealers are compelled by law
to declare cold-storago products as such,
somo aro Inclined to forget the law and
offor tho birds as fresh turkoy of a
poorer quality.
It Is hard for nny ono not nn expert
to Identify a cold-storage turkey.
If a turkoy Is discolored, with a
tpndcncy to npp'ear green, tho bird has
'spoiled In shipment. It is n "green"
turkoy thousands of these woro con
demned In this city last year as being
unfit for sale and it Is not wise to tako
any chances on such birds. On the
other hand, a turkey that appears blue
Is not spoiled; It Is merely a spring fowl
that has not been properly fattened.
Those who wish to bo confident of the
gobbler to bo purchased will select a
plump, bird, with flrb, white skin, clear
eyes and wings and neck that do not
appear dried and discolored.
BEGS PENNIES, GRABS NOTES
George Wehman Says Negro He
Helped Robbed Him.
Accused of snatching a handful of
bank notes from a man who was giving
him pennies with which to buy food,
William Daylls, a Negro, who Uvea near
19th and Lombard streets, was held under
$600 for court today by Magistrate Har
rlgan In tho 3d and De Lancey streets
station.
The man was arrested on complaint dt
Georgo Wehman, 423 South Front street,
who said Daylls approached him at
Front nnd South streets last night.
FELL INTO DELAWARE
Attempting to leave a steamship on
which he applied for work as a boiler
scraper, Harry McAlecr, McKcnn street
near 2d, lost his footing and fell from the
gangplank Into tho Delaware River at
the Race street wharf.
The crew of the ship fished him out with
boathooks, nnd Reserve Policeman Price
had him sent to the Jefferson Hospital,
whero ho wos pronounced suffering from
alcoholism nnd exposure. He recovered
sufficiently to faco Magistrate Pennock
on tho charge of Intoxication In tho Cen
tral Station. He was sent home.
Z0LINE PATENT RIGHTS
OFFERED TO GERMANY
Pennsylvania Propose to Sell Gaso
line Substitute Secret.
WASHINGTON, Nov. il.-Oermany has
been offered patent rights for the latest
substitute for gasoline zollne, which can
be manufactured for 1U cents a gallon-
it was learned today. The patents are
owned by MeKeesport, Pa,, citizens and
offers havo been made to tho German
Embassy here.
Zollne has Just been proved a successful
Bubstttulo by experiments on the Indlan
apdlls motor speedway, It Is not known
hero whether Germany accepted the offer.
LODGE EX-TREASURER HELD
Percy D. Parker Says Illness Pre
vented Payment of Punds.
Becaueo he had been Incapacitated for
work by rheumatism and unable to pay
further Instalments on $300 promised flvo
years ngo to tho Bright Star Lodge,
Percy D. Parker, one-tlmo treasurer of
the lodge, was held under $200 ball for
further heating. Tho man wns arraigned
beforo Magistrate Emely today, accused
of embezzling tho money.
According to testimony given by Par
ker, ho lost tho money In 1003. Being un
able to prove satisfactorily that tho $300
had disappeared In this manner, he agreed
to pay It back from his own pockot in
small nmounts. By January of this year
ho hnd paid $S0 to tho lodge, but then
became 111, and, being confined to his
home at 1611 West Cumberland street,
was unable to make further payments.
Parker wns arrested on a warrant
sworn out by Mrs. Sarah Castaden, ono
of the trustees of the Bright Star Lodge.
FIRST OPERA SUPPER TONIGHT
Many Boxholdera Will Visit Hitz
Carlton After Performance.
Tho first "opera supper" of tho season
will be given in the main dining room of
the nitz-Cnrlton tonight, following the
performance at thd Metropolitan Opera
House. Many boxholders will attend tho
supper. There wilt bo dancing In tho
ballroom.
Among those who havo reserved tables
at the Rltz are Edward T. Stotcsbury,
Mrs. J. Gardner C.issntt. Captain E. B.
CaBsntt, Mrs. Barclay Warburton, Eugene
Dixon, Dr. Charles D. Hart, E. B. Coxe,
Edgar Scott, Joseph E. Wldcner, William
C. Wledershelm and Eli Kirk Price.
LIQUOR AS BEVERAGE
FOR TROOPS, NOl NO!
SAYS CROWN PRINCE
German Heir Hastens to As
sure "White Ribboners
He Is Not Encouraging-Intemperance
Among Men.
FRANKFURT, Nov. St-A telegram
received from the headquarters ot Jih'e
Crown Prince by the Deutsche Armee
blatl requesting the procuring of rum for"
the troops at tho front has caused 'in
quiries to bo made as to whether the
army chiefs had altered the principles
heretofore observed regarding the use of
atcohollo bevernges by tho troops. In
reply to nn Inquiry addressed tfy the
chairman of the German Society for the
Prevention of the Intemperate Use of
Alcoholic Drinks, Dr. von Strpusa Tor-
noy, to his Imperial Highness tho Crown
Prince, tho lattor caused tho following,
message to bo forwarded: . '''
"I havo tho honor to acknowledge the
receipt by his Imperial Highness, tho
Crown Prince, of your Inquiry of the
7th Instant, and to reply to tho same In
tho namo of his Imperial Highness, that
his recent telegram, to which the Inquiry
refers, does not In any way allude to
alcoholic beverages for our troops as a
refreshment or stimulant, but solely as
a medlclno against colds, dysentery, etc.,
for which tho medical authorities at "the
front consider It of Importance.
"His Imperial Highness wishes me fur
ther to assuro you ot his personal sym- '
pathy with tho principles for whlchHhe'
society Is working."
ARRESTED FOR MOURNING
Ministor Wearing1 Sackcloth Failed sv&j
in Peaco mission.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21 Wearing sack
cloth In mourning for tho devastating
war In Europe, tho Rev. John Aldcti '
Copeland, of Rochester, N. Y., camo here ,
today to call on members of the dlplo- -matlc
corps to urge them to unlto In re
storing peaco In Europe Ho was later
arrested.
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