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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, November 24, 1914, Night Extra, Image 4

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XS JUDGE AROUSING
POLITICAL INTEREST
qvernor's Actioh in Ap
pointing of Brodhe&d in
Northampton Causes Hints
of Alleged Deal.
Governor Tenor's netlOn in appointing
In, Democrat as a Common Plena JitdAe of
'Northampton Couhty woa discussed with
greet In political clrclfrs today. J. Davis
head, of South Bethlehem, a former
reSontativo. In the Democrat whose
1 appointment to succeed the loto Henry
CWi Scott was announced by Governor
Tetter In Harrisburg last night. At the
'same time Governor Tener announced the
appointment of John Faber Miller, a Nor
rlatown lawyer, to flit the vacancy In tho
Common Pleas Court -of Montgomery
County, caused by Uio death 'of Judge
Henry It Woand.
Gossip about tho Northampton appoint
Vnent hinted that It was the result of a
deal whereby the Democrats would sup
port President Judgo RUsscll C. Stewart,
of tho Common Picas Court of North
ampton County, for ro-eloetlbn In 1617, It
was said. Judge Brodhead succeeds n
Democrat, but political tenders here said
today that many Republican leaders of
Northampton County had made' different
plarfs Iron! thono carried qut by tho Gov
rnon ' Judge Brodhead was a member of the
GOth 'Congress. Ills father, Richard Brod
JinJ, was elected to Congress In 1343 and
,to tho United States Senate in 1551. The
now 'Jndgo was" District Attorney of
Northampton COunty frdm 1.&S9 to 193,
and for 19 years was Solicitor of ttio old
.borough of South Bethlehem. Ho nun
educated at Gnnrffptnwn CnUntrn. Rtnn
tUall and Tale University, and was ad
mitted to the bar In "1SS0 at the ago of 21.
He was a delegate to the Democratic
National Convention which nominated
Cleveland for a second term In 1892, nnd
tvas delcgato-at-largo to tho convention
'of 1901. A. Mitchell Palmer succeeded him
In Congress. Ills commission oa Jndgo
.'wilt run until the first Monday of Jan
uary, 1918.
Judga Mlllor Is 49 years old nnd Is a
graduate of tho University of Pennsyl
vania. His appointment has been well
received by Montgomery- County teaders.
Judgo Miller has been a member of tho
Montgomery County bar for nearly 23
years and for several years was County
Solicitor. Ho Is n member of tho law
firm of Miller & High, nnd for years has
been chairman of tho Montgomery County
Republican executlvo committee. Judgo
XMIller was admitted to tho Philadelphia
bar In 1SSC, and tho Montgomery County
'bar In 1S92. His commission as Judgo
wilt expire on tho first Monday of Janu
ary. 1919.
Representative William S. Varc, In an
,itildrcss. at tho dinner of tho "Old Guard"
of tho Young Republicans, nt tho club,
house, 221 South Brood street, last night
pledged the Legislature to fulfill tho party
promises made during tho campaign.
"Our duty Is clear." sold Mr. Vare. "Wo
were given power by an .overwhelming
Vote, and tho party should act speedily
upon; tho plhtform pledges. Ily ihfluenco
will be extended to Governor Brumbaugh
ar.d I will do nil I can to bring about the
enforcement of his pre-election pledges."
Representative J. Hampton Moore, In a
short address, asserted that this country
should learn a lesson from the European
war, and bo more prepared for war If It
.should come. More fortifications aro
needed, he said. Among tho other speak
ers were Henry M. Du Bols, Charles II.
Edmunds and II. S. Phillips. More than
K of the ''Old Guard" attended. Charles
H. Sayre presided. l
The Speakership fight Is now up to
Senator Penrose, nccordlng to political
leaders. When William H. Wilson an
nounces bis randidacy within a few days,
every possible means will bo used to get
the Senator to Indorse him. The Vnrcs,
It was said by politicians today, would
'seek the aid of Senator McNIchol, and
ask McNIchol to use his influence with
Henator Tonroso for Wilson's candidacy.
Senator Penrose, according to Republican
leaders, would favor the selection of any
man who would suit tho other Organiza
tion leaders. In tho meantime, friends of
'Richard J. Baldwin, of Delaware County,
are urging Senator Penrose to support
him for the Speakership, on the plea that
Baldwin Is the leading candidate from
outside of Philadelphia. The Wilson ad
herents, on the other hand, are pointing
out that Baldwin cannot seriously bo
considered as a country member, since he
lives within the shadow of Philadelphia.
The dinner given to Michael J, Ryan
In Scranton last night was In the nature
cf a house cleanlm? within tho Demo
cratic iarty, wttli Mr. Ryan's friends'
wielding the broom, according to political
leaders here today. Tho City Solicitor
was the chief speaker at the dedication of
St. Thomas' Hall, In Archbold. After the
dedication, Mr, Ryan was the guest of
prominent Democrats who supported him
for the Democratic nomination for Gov
ernor. One hundred Democrats sat at
the dinner, but the assemblage was
notable for the absence of the leaders
of the Democratic organisation In Lack
awanna County.
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JUDGE ROBBED IN COURT
Overcoat Stolen 37rom Looker ns He
Dispenses Justice From Bench.
NEW YORK. Nov. 24. While Judge
Frank U. Rudkln, of Seattle, Wash., who
' by special designation is sitting on the
, bench of the Federal District Court, was
trying a criminal case yesterday after
noon a sneakthlef pillaged his locker and
'stole his overcoat. Judge Clarence W.
Sessions' overcoat, which was In the same
looker, was not disturbed.
Overcoat thieves who during the winter
months make periodical raids In the Fed
eral' courthouse a year ago carried off
Judge Julius N. Mayans overcoat. It
was recovered In a New Chambers street
IKtwmshop.
DBAG BTJBNINO AUTO
.yfrc) In Garage of It. J. Keppel, In
.
Qermantown.
tfm of unknown ori? n was discovered
th garage of R. J- Keppel, a furniture
jHtuUiMiturer, in toe rear or nig nome,
qft tjreene street, Gertnantown, this
wiBMug, and damage Uia building and
r turlag ear which was stoa In the
i4kiy.- The loss will eroowiU tV ttQU.
A, milkman who was pMlg the haute
firtly bore f o'cloek saw names faoot-
Jfg Jf9m (e wirMiuws u- in wiiwims.. e
in an siarm ana men sroiuss tne
. With the aastetauce of Mr Kepr
h 4rat7ed tl burolng automobile
M$l narage.
Stee 'BaiOAN8 AilXIOUS TO BUMST
,- , OTTAWA, Nov 24 One hundred thou-
wot nt wym men ui me umns euioa . oi-
nSwr pfi- tU V1MUN. IH iMUWNB i -rlc .u
l&mcap. 8-ixoratng to Hajor uenerat
ItetftlM. Car.adlttn Mlnlat.r of MUtUa.
itr) ilughfS said he was In favor of
oBillac the ui.n hu b4 offered ham-
ssftei. Uuuaruls ut A,mei ltsau. h aa
MTted are lidj wttb tfe &rt aad ac-
'.w xml wm emtvmmm
r.AST MtNVTB RUSH
TO AID BBLGIANS
Continued from Pmte On
tern Checks addressed to the Philadel
phia National Bank will be used to pur
chase food For whleh starting babies are
I crying In far-oit Belgium.
OUN SAILS TOMORROW.
Pinal arrangements Are being made for
th departure of the Orn tomorrow
promptly at noon. The ceremonies will be
more Impressive than those altchdlng the
tfepnrtuto of the Thelma.
Philadelphia's factory whistles for noon
will be the signal for the sailing of the
City's second ship of mercy. Every steam
craft alpng the river will salute the Orn
ns she slowly backs out Into the middle of
the Delaware and points her nose toward
the ocean.
She will be greeted alt along tho river In
the same manner. Tho public Is Invited
to attend, and when the ship weighs an
chor the throngs will sing the "Star-Spangled
Banner,"
Tho following contributions wtre received
today :
IJudilv"
.20 Crewon 0.00
"Ht, Anthony" .
Thomas Mann (12
.years)
Jsg. E. Clcavsr.
In memoir of
ha bob), rather
and mothsr....
MeGca'a Mill M.
1& tiundnv
z.uui;aia Henderson .'j
H. w. F...
2.K)CAh
a.OOCaah
Uuakortown
a.on
1.00
1.00
M.
ti. B. H...
1100
1.00
1.00
2.00(1 B. N
o. r. ,
Mill Illllln (-.!
School .... 1S.2.V
nadian) ,. l.in
ainiif r vnas, wm. Cash
a.uu
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Pins (irovn Untnn ij. koss urcgory
;na urovo union Dmif Ilnv
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1.00
J. U. Horning and M"-. ?' c- Iten-
family n w n
Xatherme John- Mg jK-knlfM
1J. D. Stunner . B'.ub'j e.' n?
Therein Ileadln. 1 w R- '' ?,
Jltllof Fund... moo BympathUer .....
1.00
B.UO
1.00
0.40
2.00
6.00
1.00
O. E. P., Lam- llclglum (rrench
bartvllle, N. J., l.oo .woman) 2.00
O. W. Jamesln.. J.00 "eln Chany.... 2.00
Mary A. Maula. . 2.00 B. C. Baker 2.00
A friend i ooll. N. I.......... 1.00
Mr. K. l'lnaclit 1.00 From a eootcli-
O. II. II., Atlantic man 1.00
City 1.00 J. M. Kirk 10.00
A. M. Stadeltnnn 100 B. 8. Hret l'rca.
II. V. Hanford. n.OO Church, Chea-
J. J. Nixon Sou tor, Pn 20 00
Cath 2.00 J. J. N l.W
A Widow's Mite .20 Caih 1.00
M, M. B B.U0 1:. J. W 2.00
J. J. McCloakey 23.00 Mlfs B. Baker,
l'uplla of the
Chester 2.0"
uncnennam
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k. ji. n
M. O. H
N. V. I)
Wycombe Bap
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The Hev. B. T.
Hampton ....
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tist Church . .
Mm. William II.
Jones
W. 1. W
Dorothy A.
Chapprlle . . .
Claaa 7-l, til
rard College.
j. a m. ii
Anna O. Boyd...
From Cellala ...
A. Ml R
Chnmbersburg.
I'a
Dr. and Mrs. W.
Q. Jones
B. It C
A Header of tho
North Amerl
can
Mr, and Mre.
. CxaIT oung
10 00 People's Soc ..
1.00 Chas. V. Mac-
1.00 Manns
BOO Austin 'Bojd
. . Jcraol Wagner. . .
8 f llrs. Kdltaboth
M. Ceni-ar (Ilor-
den'a Condensed
nnn milk)
0 Cash
n, T., cash
B.OO
29.0C
10.00
.50
4.00
1 00
.80
2.00
,u . '' .v '
First Prosbyte-
- rlan 8. 8., Oer-
mantown. No.
6.T3
.60
1,00
2.00
1.00
2.00
32
Cash
15 00
mm .Mrs. rt. .. ...vo
2 00 Cnsh
iiinj. A. II. .......
1 rn ward Dearden . 10 00
n. C. Crcor . . B.OO
.1 oo Geo. C. Davles,
i do Jr. 1,uw
lU0Mr. and Mr.
aeo C. Davles 10.00
2.00 V. Y. 'OO
Mrs. M. Crces. .. 1.00
fash 3.?o
(Jeorge llaze-
lotto COO Cash
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4e a.K.. TronvtA-
.Syrian s: B"r...22no
Caali ,vrJ
1.00 s. A. Bulsaon 1.00
p, M. Clamblo jO
Baptist B. 8., of
Httddonfleld, N.
Cash
8. H. Nleld,
Urldesburg
Junior Club
of
St. Paul's
Church of
Doylcstown,
Pa
Ralph C. Endl
cott Tho Bev. Her
man B. Duhr
Ing. D. D
Edna Hart
"Irishman"
Cash
Yeadon School . .
Cash
H. C. II
J. K. H. (milk)..
C. N
Cash . ,
Cash
M. S. (good luck)
Cash
N. II. C
H. II
Cash
Cash
J. II
7.10 No Nnmo
. Wayne Presbyte-
2.00 rlJn S. S
C. II. 8
. P. V. A. C
000 Cnsh
10.00 famh
1-00 . AnaW. P.
.30 jj. 8 8
T Princeton Presby.
1.00 fl. fl additional
2.00 cash
" 50 Msster Kdgar Geo,
2.B0 Brown -.
1.00 Master W. Bot-
2.00 ten ...'.
.73 II. A. M
B.OO Old Soldier
10.00 Mary .1 . Nice . .
1.03 Nlta W. Thom-
1.00 son
1.00 r!. J
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ooo
2.50
2.00
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7.00
0.40
1.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
8.00,
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5.00
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1.03
.50
100
1.00 O. ra. D
3,00 Cash
C.
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1.00 lams .
2.00 'Mrs. I. Norw ood
M. P. '
E. T.
and
M. T.
Mary fiweency...
J. A. II
cash
Cash
Cash
E. J. a
Cardel
Cash
Cash
Thompson
M. F. Culhane,
Lanadowno ...
Cash
M. C. Qulgley...
I.lttlo D's
Sympathlrer
C. Lona Weiss.
.50 Lnsn l n r o u k ji
1.00 Wnnamaker's
00 storo 10.10
i 00 F. W. Bevan. . 2.00
S3 Acnes Foggs ... 10.00
1 m Bertha Harrison 10.00
ion Mechanical De-
IXJ ... ...tc., ....
amaker'a ....
n.r.o
l.oo
n.oo
2.00
l.oo
2T.25
8.00
2.00
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AA '-1
Cnsh
Vr fi.ri
rS. Penn'a Manor
?-S Orange 1530. .
,n'2iMr. W. A. Col-
In As Much..
Two well-wisher. B.OO ,, r'"ii"'KiA'.
""YY linn
00 rtr 20 0
A r rienu
D. J. Kecm
A. Bonxella
Cash
Itecord Reader.
Cash
Mrs. B
American
A Bread-winner.
J. P. Donnelly..
Bowl
Bowl
Agne. 'U. M
A. Hots. B
Bessie 11. Work..
Florence Work..
Cash
lion I s . . .
J. U. BeU
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"J" Mrs. Croft 1.00
fOO John J. Weber. - 00
J-00 s, k. C 5.00
l.w Bristol Commn-
i-52 nlty Committee in oo
2.00 p. d, Pratt 5.00
1.00 Miss Seftcn's
1.00 class, St. Paul
2.l Pres. 8. B H.25
1.02 Clash 1.00
i..'i Additional (II. v.
.50 D.) 3.75
.50 Primary Depart
.50 ment, the City
.50 Mission ary
2.00 (laid
15.21 Mary II. M. ...
i na Cash
.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
.1.00
5.00
8.00
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0.00
5.00
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1.00
1.00
s.00
1.00
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2.00
1.00 M. C. F.
Mabel Macferran 10.00 Cash
Cash
k nn ?ash
W. H, N.,
P. Marian........
s. c n. d....:
o. w. a
S. U. Koch
C. P. McKlnley.
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E. E. D...
Mrs. W. J- N...
Cash
Irwin If. Frees..
D. P. MeManus.
Hurry, Pleas.. .
W. II. Harding.
C. P. nalland...
8. U. C
Daniel CM. Ins...
Mrs. Parka,,.,..
Mlia Frear
Mrs. Uuchanan..
Bowl ...
Cash
Lubln Players...
Howl ,..,,....,.
Cash,
St. Andrew's P.
E. 8. 8 :.,
Princeton Presby.
8. 8., additional
Cash
Mastsr Edgar
Ceo, Brown...
Master W. Botten
H. A. M. ...,..,,
Old Soldier
Mary J. Nlcs... .
Nlta W. Thom
son C. J .......
O. H. D
Cash
Miss '&"D." Will
lama Mrs. I. Norwood
Cash throuth
Waaamaker.
tons
K. W. Bavan . . .
25.0011. B. ff.
"i'oo Hiss Delk
j 00 Mrs. V. a. Nick.
nn I"
T'oo Mrs. Francis M.
1 00 Cresson
lioo S3""'" Henderson
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5.oo rxsf jjoy ......
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l.oo Mrs. II. c. Ban-
7.BJJ croft
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3.0Oj.nueseU Knight
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500
1.00
2.00
2.00
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1.00 Woman)
2.00 Helen Chaney .!
K. C". Baker
1.00 n N. P "..
2.00 From a Scotch
1.00 man
2.00
1.00
1 00
10.00
1.00 J M. Kirk
8.O0S a, First Pras.
6.00 ter. Pa 20.00
BOO J. J. N 1.00
5.(0 Cash 1.00
40.COM. J. W J00
1.03 MI11 8. Baker,
ius(r ........ 2,uo
Calvary Young
18 c
1.00
I'eoDle'a so-
eieiy
Cbarlea V. Mae
18.30 llanus
5.00
23.00
10.00
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10 00 Israel Wainer ..
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l.OrtCash 1.00
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1.00 r" JWMUirtsr-
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EVENING LEDGES-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
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PROGRESS ON "BILLY" SUNDAY'S TABERNACLE AND
FLOOR PLAN
Although the carpenters and other artisans have been at work less
than two weeks, the heavy timbers and planks are fast being shaped
into the form of the mammoth citadel at Logan square, 19th and
Vine streets. The building and vestibules will accommodate almost
20,000 persons.
Bev. Francis A. cr
Brady, Media . 10.00 Eleanor Warner
Mrs. Illsdon 25 00 Cope, Trcas.
M. U Nicholas. 1W.00 Young Friends'
First Presby. Asso., Wrights
Church, west down
Plttston C.10.C3vVm. S. Hunder-
St. James' P. E. wood
Church Sunday James D. Wenz.
School, Heston- n. C. Gray . . .
2.00
10.00
3.00
.'1.00
2.00
2.50
5.00
1.00
VlllO o Wm. B. INOUl..
Mrs. A. E. Wea
J tkrr I TV TVit.l-
sels
C. U. U
Chas. C Coopor.
Cash
Mrat Presby
terian Buuday
Bchool, iJins-
S'JfiJohn L. Carson.
"S Hugh C. Forbes. 5 00
5.00 ida Hursh Sharp 20.00
Ollbcrt T. Iten-
lnger LOO
.. Marv E. Itenlna
downe. Pa.
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. - .iirt nn w ............. .ww
labile School Chll- JaJ .."..... BOO
dren and People .,. c cort... 5,oo
of Iionesia, Nancv J. OrLiwell 5 00
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Uinrt V'n'lai: Howard Clark.... 2.00
ASSS" .": .?.'": 10.00 U A. Adam. 6 00
U Itomaln. Olat- V,f- "H 7'
Mr and"-Mr's". North 10 00
a tv Hheafer Proceeds of organ
oY rotuvm-y' "ct,al lv" b
J. Urlnton White 25.00 byterlan Church 50.23
simrtnv School of F. C. I. ... ...... 25.00
McCabe uJe- A baby a mother.
inSrial M. B. A. Phlladolphlan.
Church. Wll- J. Watwn Phll-
mlngton, Del... 20.00 lips
Citizens ot R- Anna William.
novo, Pa 25.00 C. A. Llttlo
n. K. Dougherty 25.00 Mary Appleby . .
B. K. Dougherty Wm. It. Snyder.
(Hour) 23.00 M. J
W A. Fulton... 5.00 H. 11. II
Mr and Mrs. J. .Helen K
W Foster.!... 25.00 F. E. Kennedy..
Miss E. Keynolds, A Friend . . . . . .
Washington, D. Frank B.l'lsher.
C 50.00 A. and M. Q
Primary Dpt. St. J. -M..
Paul'B Presby. Mra n Ileger. .
Church, Laurel P. N. Brum-
frma.''FuNnd,J: 10.00 Ml..;: Ill 1 1
2.X)
1.00
100
1.00
1.00
20.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
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200
1.00
1.00
200
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
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niommton and E. U. ford.
23.00
vicinity 100,00 J. H, Morning-
and
R. em
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10.00
2.00
2.00
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1.00
0.50
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1.00
2.00
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400
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B.OO
1.7J
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.60
B.OO
21,23
8,00
1.00
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ploye.
Frank
Savery. .
Uriug
sine
l.lirvnnrt Kn
Mr. and Airs.
-"t. -.. ., ....
no ixouse. .. rt natty .Yru ..
M..mFt. Pa. 46.00 Hash
Drl(
Q. K. Johnson... 50.00 Mrs. B. W.
citizens o. 0UI.1 . .i-iivt
Grove. Pa...... 50.0015. It. II. (Flour)
People of Lewis- Oscar Harknees.
burg, Pa ?,J'JX' P""1
L. MT A 23.00Cash
Ladles' Study From an Invalid.
Club of Seltna' M Mr. and Mrs J.
Orove .100.00 F Kelly
Eckley B. Coxo, S. Lester Mes.
jr, 50i).00 trogat
W. 3. Hood .,.. 6.00 A Widow and
Frank B. Davis 00 Little Son ....
J. KV Shirk 5.00 I. F. Molester..
Wm. M P. Sher- p. L K
wood 13.00 M Is. Anna
II, C. Kehter.,.. l.oo Dunne
Geo. Davidson . . 1--0O Miss Mary Mc
Htolli Hhody. ... 1.00 Donnsll
Jolw T. Van Der- Mlaa Mary
.w canion .,..
Tha Rev A. C.
Thompson.
Slary A. and
Harrison Woith
lnEton w 'imaqua ....
1.00 Blf BprlnK
6.40 (Jiviq club .. .
5.00 o. W William.
5.30 and family ....
B.0OA; Friend . .. .
-f.,(iJ O. R. Anderson.
Jos. II. Blchols,
Mrs. B. Lurler..
Itobt, O, Porch,
J. O. Pari......
Helena, W. Ellis
HUen- Walker .
P. B. Wlldman.,
bv.w u, u.
F. Barrett Live- II. A. Fillmore
s.y B,MiiBsd at Mov-
Daniel L. Krausa 8.00 mg Pictures In
Florence Camp- .. Muncy, Pa. ...
bell . 2.60 w. A, Bill.
Atwatcr Kent II. B? Christian..
13.63
100
1.00
Mia, worn... .y pr. w. t.
U 41. Groves..., 3.00 Ktstlsr 1000
Mary C Wlra. .. 10.00 f. c. Stroh..,., 6.00
W. Loula yan.. B.OOtwo Bablaa. Jan
F, C. Semar 6,00 and Susans
Alfred Lehman. . 1.00 Hannum ,.,., 10.00
B. Sym. ., 5.00 John C. SUndt.. 8.00
Kdna. U. Iau jam uasn ,..,
Frank McGlnnls. 2.00 T. F. II ,
Francs. S. Paul. 3.60 K. C. Brown...,
Geo. W. Jasoby. 26.00 Miss a M.Wood
Dessle D. Snyder 1.00 Additional from
Tbss. W. Ellason 26.00 Ashmun Pres.
Florn M .., ..Church .... ,
Wolv.rton .... 10.00 M. C- Benedict.
Henry K. Beyer. 6.00 Mr. and Mrs.
Ida Donnelly 2.00 ..Geo. B. Snunk.
Octavta Lorrala M Mr and Mr.
Sahuyar .. . . 10.00 Wm. B.
etXJT y nHinn ntii Maaksv
BOO
2.00
5.00
8.00
8.00
6.00
B.OO
8.00
moo
Ullie B. Algt. 8.00 Walter Oltey. . ,
l&ht f. LilVltt 8 00 Th Bev. A. R.
.... t. .. 9U uawiii aaa
-M2r JT7 .T. a m fiAMtthv nAttiitt
T.
YSitV"4 ""a.rtrl.'Rrkorl.
UwU
10.CO Walter
DUek.
Robert OiaJs"
saSffiV'
Margam UakKu
fimiiy )fFMo
r .........
H J. Warlaw
Res S. fiUheurer
Lswll B. WlUon
2,00 Tbl4 Orada Pu
8.00 P" Sledfsrd
SCO While School.
!'H MaJferd. N J.
y II. I. Xilman.. .
4.00 Frank L Smith
8.00 B. LF . v r e.
1.00 Was blugteo,
2.00 D. 0 50.00
2 00 Hro4d aaa Ansa
-...& ..
Albert . iU- Powell 100
vmjr ...... s.w Laura, Hl'Uley.. is.oo
y:.ra knA
a-w
ST.
s
13
s9
S
N
V
VSSTBCfLS
W. II. Ives 10.00 Alice Chadnlck..
Dora Moses, K. H. Orser
Treas. for Oroen A Family, . Em-
.50
2.00
Hill Bunshlno
porlum. Pa. .
3.50
.i-ai- r An FVank Wells Fav.
Sarah II." QUbert 1.00 nicbard. Doug-
J. 1 Qenscmtr
las Keck, Max
H. Johnson, Jas.
Fay and John
Packard
nu Family....
Mra. Mary P.
Ilagley
E. Elizabeth La-
throp
Edith Rohrmsn.
Richard Graham
M n a t 0 r II.
2.00
1.00
1.03
2.50
Mildred Held
, , lyyland Sunday
i-r: sci
fiVinnl Twin nA.
2.oo pa. .:........:
B.OO Geo. D. Einstein
4.00
COO
600
1.00
B. II. Crowther.
1.00 Presby. Church
50.00 of Llanerch . .
Union National
Qraham
J. SI. Fox
J a. m a a W.
Gardner
Ceo. W. Lott....
J. Leslie White.
M. L. McLough-
ltn
Kensington Post
1.00 uank, Lewis
3.00 'mr',-ra
R nn F. A. C
31.50
10.00
Chas. L. Itemy
- Co
5.00
w Jenklnlown
10.00
O k,l.nlnH A,
al Station
10.50 R, Ann. l-nls-
Mary C. Death.
From Ivt o
Sister.
Cash
A. and 13. Ji.
Qermantown ,
Walnut Street
8.00 codoJ ChaDel.
. Wllow Orove
12.73
.23
o.uu cash
1.00 phlla. Class, St
John's M. E.
6.00 8. S
Geo. W. Maeee.
5.00
25.00
5.0O
1.00
Patriotic Asso. 10.00 Mrs G. Magee.
Cash W n
...i. aa Newton Hauare
chas. E."skn: eioo B.Ptlet Church 10.50
II, n. Stevenson 8.00 V'?nlrt.i.2m"
3
John O'Connor,
Mr. and Mra. F,
Wilbur Smith.
.23
.25
.23
1.00
1.00
B- neri Po"rkV
Con-
11. ana 11. ,..-,.-
WInstow ..... 10.00 Ed.ar Sleloy.
Mrs. Laura W. Man clerk...
Bossier 5.00 Thomas James
Geo. W, Adklns 8.00 Johnston . ...
Amos II. Helsey 10.00 Cash
Sirs. Geo. Beck A.C0 Woman's Bible
Cash 10.03 Class of Bethel
Walter E. Mas- M. V . S
land 10,00 Camden, N. J.
Miss Anna C. vvC,a, i
EmploVea" 'of II " Wrmn
.0. Dunmlro Co. 13.60 "-',
6.00
1.00
a.ou
5.00
1.00
10.00
20.00
4.00
1.00
.50
1.00
0.50
LOO
1.00
BOO
Menomng " Overbrook Pres.
1. o. o. r . as
Hemdon. Pa. . 2.00 A yYiina- . . ; .
Chas. II, Young. 3.00 cash ..........
Holmesburg Im- cash
prov.iment As- cash
soclatlon 200.00 Cash
B. Rldgway a.-H Cash
Son 10.00 A Friend
Employees Phlla. Cash
Office Swift Anna. Chilian. . . .
and Co 7.23 Slother , and
W. Armstrong Mr llnftn.r " "
Oiaves B.OO Mr. Itottner .. .
Miss Rodney.... 12 BO A- I. K
It. S. Weaver.. 6 00 y" w.'cfi, i;
B.OO
2.00
l.UU
1.00
.23
ur.ai vouoy Shirley M. Crale
23
Prea.
unurcn.. c E.- society of
i: .-" tS'SS ha Fr-
Paoll
Geo. H.
nun .. J-y.v" cnurcn
COO
2.00
6.00
M. W. II.
100 a Friend .
K. MacDonald..
Idlsa Jennie
Hyde, aged 0
year. .,,,,....
Fox Chase
Saml. D. Blanch
L e o. R. Bur-
Ungam.
II. P, Fries
Mrs. Mary J.
Fall
Mr. and Mrs. A',
u.uu cajn ....
E. C II.,
rlstown
2.00 Cash ....
2.00 Cash ,.,.,
2 00 Cash .....
' II. Q. C.,.,
nn Caah . . , , ,
moo ";"
Nor.
3.50
l.W
1.00
5.00
6.00
5.00
.. ..100.00
Heott 1 (Vt
5.00 cy;h
X.UCUB,,.. 1.UO
,t V,
T r 1,1.1, X
J, County
moo ji.vhi". :.::: 5S
C. M. B. Hur- J. 11. T
10.00
lock a.w 1; a. II..,,,.,. Too
S.40 Windsor St.. Francis P. Crow-
Reading 10.00 ley 200
Mis W. ElUa- Mm. A. C. Miller LOO
both Evans. ., 2.00 Jeter Kupf. , 200
Seaside Park ?L P I'leber loo
Klshsry 16.00 Fred F. Miller.
E. 8. Rhoads.... 2.00 y"- Lewi.
Elsie P. Haine. 5.00 ..W. P. .... .
St. Margarefa R. "g"1"
C. Parochial Kca 't'Z'
School Chll. Mra."!! alVaV:
dren. Narberth B.OO ca.h " IVani
"""SVMft cS """"'
Rev R,F, Cow. . .. bSS.1..,.: "
1.23
3.00
1,00
1.50
.50
.50
100
8.00
100
1.2s
8.00
.50
20,00
ley, Nartiertn.. Isoo-rifoVri "
Wm. B.
.uycra. . "."u tr n
H. N. Smlt
th.... l.Bu i"ii
HE. W. Rlege! .
casn ..::::
1 m "." f- Klrk
A mlt from Nor-
rlstown
P. A
O. 11. Whit ..
Frank P. Lar
Marg. M. Martin
BUle M Llvlng-
?:0O tSK' r-'.i.
ir. &T;
1.00
jw s. s. .-":
s M i09r. Pa . la 80
i:ca:hrmp,i,,,u"' "00
. mu
lanual Pres- ri".T'.H" "a-
bxterlaa Sunday casJi "
10.00
8.00
MiStsF. Iliimii- !!.1 t!
if fe
steal, ueaaurw stt"'.?. i
IB Trleden. .siSle
1:88
1.00
8.00
LOO
SrVSSSBS ? jr .:
Slr & wcosrAw;-
LaeUaman fl.00CtraiJ) ...
Preabxterlaa Sua- BuU6 A. Dun
day tjabool of dor. Wmols.
Bristol. Pa. . 14.50 ort . .
Sent members of f
ill First Kp.- Tbea. J. Btoia. .
tM Cbwsh. Juler c
Ml
1 oOTnntnriTlll
.to jjfformed en.
LOOCajth .......
23.06
.23
p. n. noare
8 id F. T. Dare.
Mrs. M. M. F
z.c
OOniverton
rot-
Snwtng Circla (p
little girls, Had-
4.00
ernes
Mrs. If, T. Vlnn
S.OO edge, son nd
daughter
.Cash
B.13o. Planitlne .....
. Fannie M. Hunt-
3 M er . .
2.00 Class 10, Tioga
is 00 Pretbyterlan B.
1000 e
1.00 Cash
Seven Dirts ,from
eon Hel;
ghts) .
Junlor
8.S0
ue
nart-:hard-
ment
nie1
.10
B.OO
1.00
son Mam. a. R.
Rebert Me!en-
hall flavin
W. W. T
II. Kent Day...
fl. V, Fawner. .
Hi C. I), Jr.. .
Mr. Tutta Mil
lers Estate of Jane
Hutchinson ....
I T
fl.W
.10
!.
Sffiel" .... C9-00
. tJIMtHM'sl
lOOOneT. Francis A.
x w nraay, wwmi
10 00
1.00
1.00
B. O. D,
" i'a.
Cash 0 83 f chaa. BhenR I.TO
htlh .... .... iO.OO kf.il. Trfinr
.i
Miss Snyder ... 1.00.T m. and C. H
Cash l.W Wolfe ...... i.
2.00
Cnsh ........... "' rtes. S. B., or-
uneie Jann .... i.wi dentown, N. J. iyx
Cash B.W Cah
Proceeds .from ca.f,
3.00
1.00
a.oo
1.00
1.00
cr Baie, vsk .,., Cash ,......
Iwine ......... W.W gish
Training School Friend ..,..
Hulscopal Hos- Rossloyd Mission
pltal ,., 1.00 g s. ,,
Mr. Itlchsrd Kll- t Bash ....
dey . LOO a Friend
Miss M. W Mor- MrB. Dye .....v
rls J jxi jonn nna Sarah
2.05
3.00
5.00
2.60
4 nn
5.."" -.'. .?. Krier
I? 00 Elisabeth Moore
1.00 Buburgh J.JH
1.00 Cash ...- 'B0
.50 Trinity Church,
100 'oiford, Phils.. 20.00
Xf 111 AH11
Cnsh
Cash
Cash
Mrs. n. Itolman.
C. It Alburger. .
Cash
"" Trinity cnuicn ,
.03 -i.tlvll1e.
Mrs. c v. i-.
2 00 Phlla 55-20
C. A. 8 II. ... 10 00 Mrs. .Ins. Rowle 10.00
loulse BurDoli' Mrs,
nsvM win
1.. ..... l.nu
ters. OlenoKien
1.00
I.I ............ I.I., ...W..W.'-.
r-nah ..... .U3 t In. D Avll
Isabel J.00 oienolden .... l.J
Joseph 1.00 For the Belgian 2.00
Creshelm, Arms.. cash .
nuaevllle show 158 M rrrnest Messm-r. B.OO
A. v Polls .... i.w Merchantvllie
Mra. Chas. Holt- Field Club ... B7.00
ner ........... 3.10 Mahlon D, Hech-
Mrs. O N. Sler- ler ,. B.OO
ry weather .... 8.00 prank D. Black,
Frank Stewart North Wales.. 1.00
Iyinit -, Ira J. Williams. 1000
A little boy .13 cash 100
Ells. F. Stewart 6.00 church S. 8. St.
A (hankful moth- Johns In the
r 1.00 wildnfnee.
Tho.
Conlon.... L.00 oibbstown, N.
Cash
Cash
T, A. Conway...
Class No. 10,
Wlrsa. M. E.
S. 8
Florence I. Dav-
1.00 Henry Hcliaefer. 6.00
1.00 A. P. r. ....... 10.00
Primary Schools
of the Church
2.1S Good Shepherd . B.00
uasn l... s.w
I 1.00 In memory Of J.
fi.00
1,X)
COO
1.00
Cash
" ..---. T .
wn. a a.'n.::::
8.00 Donnell K, Wol-
1.23 vereon
1 00 Ruth and Dor
I oo othy Glassman
j.l,l Cosh
j nn Cnsh
Pcnnn. Grove W.
Helen. Doris anil
Joyce
Cash
Mary Slemler. . . .
M. II. 8
Cash
Cash ,.
Katlierlno II. Hoi
1.00
.10
1.00
0.40
r :' nn t
C T. u.
vr -: .';.. nsrrel flour
m r.. N..
1 Cnsh
cnsh
, J. 0. II
Cnsh
, J. V
1 Mrs II. II. Stew
I art
ViVi iJirtle-,' lilhle Clas
,', Trinity I.uth-ran
1 ,V Church. Ocr-
.23
2.00
.50
3.00
5.00
1 (SI
mnntnn n
The Epnorlh
league of .the
llnllfnx Metlio
rtlst Dplscopnl
Cnsh . ..
Cash
Sympathy.. . ..
Sirs. McKlnley.
5.23
.-fj; Pitman. N. J., SI.
J-"0 B. S. 8 S3 00
S-OO Cash .C5
.5(1
cnurcn
M W
I..
;.(kj ---,.
n. P Tnvlor
?22 Cliss A Hucy
I'00 Schnnl, West
, m Philadelphia . .
Her Lucky Piece
Katharine Eggles-
ton
Cnsh
1.80
4.00
- j nmi r r . . . .
i'nV, Charles and Al-
.i'S2 hert 1
"j .1 nnfi .. r .
Mrs oilmer . .
Phlla. Paving Co
SI. C.
Caah
Miss Josephine
r)hnm ....
no
,.i."
Cash
Cash
' Cash
10.00
1.00
2.50
2.00
1.00
, Off Ico Slachlnery
?-2X Division. Phlla.
aiC :'TrKNavy Yard
11.00
0.40
l.oo
0.00
0.11
1.00
B.OO
1.00
.50
B.OO
1 00
.50
3.00
.23
Cnsh BOfj vv- B
Richmond M. R Mech." P. il ' ii
r8'-.;;' JV'nn Drawing. Room
w to Minns...' am (collection)
James Ilostwlck
west i'niia. jtign A nn nP (hA
TrlX0' u'n!,V B-4''rf
srut.'.r'PaT: 20.85 Wr Sutton
A C. llenslnaer
1.00
Stokes
An Admirer of
New Bloomfleld
.00 ,J "elslans'
i' !i.r.?A' i'nn Irishman
SUn" .v:.v.: 23:Ho Von-SchooV.::
B. H. Smith.
. nn casn
A.W -,,. .. T- rB-.
From the Children
of tho Forty
ninth Street Sta
tion Day Nurs
ery Cash
Cosh
Cash
Eleanora Horln
stein Cash
Cash
A Citizen of Phil
adelphla ......
Cash (Gold)
SI. SI
rih
son 1 00
11. F. P 3.00
Cash 1 00
1 o Defenders of tho
,on Cross 7.00
,'on SI. Martin 1.00
J'!,5 Virginia Hankln-
son 1.00
1 nn Cash 1.00
1BO O. E. Bell 1.00
i'nn Oeorge D. Baker
luu Miss Rocletv. 1.00
son First Pres. S 8 ,
050 Philadelphia .. 2 75
10 50 Cash through
i'nn Wanamakor's
Slisa Loverlng...
'Sirs. B. L. Roche
SI. A
SI. S. C.
n c. c.
Cash
Friends' Central
School, addi
tional Caah
W. M
ones Sadie Ma
hood L. S. O
Slarlo D. Potter.
F. Williams ....
T. J. Callahan..
J. I
Bennle Leach ...
W. W. R. . . .
Miss Mabel S.
Graham
For Slllk
Miss tamberton'to
Class, St Mary's
B. S
Just SI
Cash
St. 11. Valentine.
Cash
Sympathy, milk.
A. R. B
air and Mrs Jas.
McConaughy . .
Redeemer and
Andalusia ....
Cash
B. F.
nnn Store 11.1(1
10-noCag 200
no F. s. 8 1000
-1 nnCaBh
i'ngc. si. o
BOO " T. R
DW T. D I.. Jr. . . .
School Children,
22 40 Slapls Shade,
2' CO N' J
a'nn Cash
.100
2.00
100
.50
5.00
1.00
2 00 Mafy Bethell. 100.00
1.00 Cash 75
25 00 Employes
3,uo Stephen Greena
l.ou Company .... in fio
1 00 Cash 1,00
.20 5- W. SI 100
1.00 F. 8. C. B.OO
pirs. a. J. wu-
2.00 "On
l.OU g. J. P.
Rose and Wm.
Williamson ...
1 to P. SI. ill. and
1.00
2.0!)
!.00
l.ou others, Slana-
.i yunk 2 25
8.10 Bhworth Ieague,
X.Uu Lnnsdowne M.
i'.oo Hi Church .... 14 55
8.00 M. R 2.00
From Three
4.UO Lansdowne
Friends 7.00
1.25 Cash 11
1 mi Anna Walton, or
5,00 Larobertvllifc,
Oak Park United
4.00
Prrshy. Church 11R.MI R. SI. StOCker.
A.asn
Box Starconl ...
Ernie and Betty
Haines
Cash
W. A. B
03 oy Scouts
(Olenoiden No.
1
Class 7. St, An
drew'. 8. 6. ..
Cash
A Little airl . .
Friends
Mrs. V. A. G. .
Sllss Mary Berg.
Sirs. A. D. Moore
Miss L. E. Moore.
2.00 of llonesdale,
1.24 ra ...,
Sirs. W. 'JI, Ew-
1.00 Ing, Weatherly,
l.oo Ia
2.00 Rev. Wm Bul
lock, of Honey
brook, Pa.
1,00 A Friend, of Sler
chantvllle. N. J.
1.23 II. R, Maglnley,
J.Kl Norrlitown ...
.10 Magnolia M. V.
0.50 8. B
a.oo J. k. 11
1,00 Cash
l.Oo Employes Thos,
1.00 Henry Sons ...
J. F. M
10.00
2.00
1.00
5.00
1.10
10.00
21.00
1.00
l'H.1,3
SOU
.no
Pupils 01 Catho
lic uirir
Cash ....
High 23.K1 Cash
10 Kenderton Public
cash
5.00 ncnooi
31. Hi
2.00
.50
60
l.OU
QwyneOd First-
W. W. 8. ...
aay Hchool ....
Frankford
Aaron Packer . .
Cash
Slyrtle Read. Tex
SI. E. Mission ..
Sllsa Paddock ..
Mis Kirk
Cash ..,,..,,,.,
J. E. C
M. P, ,
.(, S
Geo. Ferguson..
Frances Ferguson
ledger Central .
Alexander Mac.
Klnnon
C. B. Wlngard..
Mr. and Mr. C.
F. Sleeper
Two Cheater boya
Rev. II. E. Will
lama Chas. If, Bollck,
Sympathisers ...
Ladles' Twelve
Club, Water
ford, Pa.
W till, Qeorg
1,1.00 Sllss M, Klster
1.00 Cash
lo.wj Fover Junior.
1,00 Mr. Rlsdon..
. 21,00
1 (in M. I. Nicholas.. 20.00
1.5U First Presbyterian
1.00 .Church. West
1.00 Plttston 6-10,0.1
2.00 St. James P. 13.
,&u Church Sunday
1,00 School, Heston-
6.00 vlll 18.23
1.00 Mr.. A. E-, Wes-
1.00 sets 2.00
Oi.Xj C. B. L. ..... , 0.00
Charlas Craig
4.00 Cooper , 1.00
S.OOCash 5.00
First Presbyterian
0.40. Sunday School
1 no Lansdowne, Pa. 74 on
' November ..... .300.00
2 00 Publto School
0 ou Children and
1 OO rniu ui ttuu
,w esta. Pa
B. E. Y
oT.MeU!e I. rjlat
"" felter
Amanda E. Qlat-
57.78
50.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
arm jjauy Aiaf-
caret
2.00.
feiter
John W,
iU Romanle Giat-
Camp.
.. ' - -aaa niter .........
oh AliZUi'" Ana r- ni1 Mr. Ar.
"itiUvJsn;: thur W. Shaef-
Mo! Qransj ,, , pottavllla.
No. 11 82
25.0J)
100.00
Raloh IllDDle..
r-
JS J Brlnton White 25.00
LW Sunday 8chool of
- , SloCabe Memo
100 rial M. E.
-0o chureh, Wll
Rm "jwiten. Del .. 26.00
vo. Pa ., 28.00
, Blancha B.
16.25 Dougherty .. . 28.60
f W Mary C. Gordon 25.00
is nn X(- Iit" V 0
12.00 Mr. and Mr.. J.
5.00 Primary dspart'-' '
1.00 ment St. Paul'
E. N. HtrlUln. . .
Mia Slam Spang.
lr .... .
J. A. Bogar .. ..
A Muslefan
Robert U Park.
C. 0. Marrow. . . .
Twelfth St. U.
E. Church . '
W. K. T
Gomery-Schwartj
ornery
Co.
casn
Isabel Smith
8. K. Chamtxr.
Eugenia, and Hel
ena LotU. ....
A Friend .. .
Mrs. Anna May
Dlshl
A. II
Thomas A. Dudd
wsuvifffian
2.00 Cburcl
rcn. Laurel
1 AA Sn.4n..
t'M C&istm'a. luai 10.00
N. J.,
Rev. B. I. Luekwblll. one psokar oietblog.
Mrs. J. M. Blllott, I paskag aendxwad milk.
No saro, on paekag HorllcVi milk.
Voting People's Guild. 1 bag- cette.
Mrs. S. Kati. on paakag eiothlng.
iHlxII Attdsrson. two bag bans.
Mrs. 8- HU(lalHl, oo paclui cletWag.
Aahs Ctwitsfat Company, oo Boskage choo
ewat. 8i Ajliaaj, oa packag rte. oa ptk.
AdelAld Klftf ..
TrftehiBB
Jos. Martin
a ea of con
densed milk
24, 1914.
W,.r4 A Thetnn. t0 " "'
denied
mc.k'i linn, mx t e,'5;5t3,a"n;iik.
bs.Sn?ndTorerh joeea
F. Lencowlts, on box ,',!,"
Mm Lentre, ene bo A"?fIiSn milk.
W C Bprnanee. one cj" v. besTns.
Mrs. J. 1. rolaehete, two bat t1"'
D. C. Price, en barrel nM1'--. flour.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bansbortie, on barrel nour.
Mrs. Runk. on ease eondensM miiK. rf
Haltxsn, Oreen ft Co., three cases canneu
Mrs' McNally, two barrel flour.
W. Lang, two barrels rckery. k
Mr. Vatielaln, two boxes condensed mil.
r. C. Grets. on box pess. i-iMnr
Mr. Chirles Habner, on psckar; elolhlng.
W. A Collins, three bags cernmcai.
II. Fraslcr, one barrel flour. . ,.k
Doctor Saioune, oil ens condensed m k.
Turner Steel, ono case condensed milk.
K. L. Prowattan. one package elelhlntr.
Mrs, Kuyck and friends, two bundle clotn
Inc. ono pickaxe goods,
Mr. Margaret Trullt. one evercoat.
Belgian relief committee, West Chester, two
barrels tlothtng, two boxes canned goods.
Mra. Lentr, on box canned goods,
Mrs Hover, ono rnckago groceries;
nriahton Casino. Atlantta City, end barrel
flour, one box groceries .M,a.a
lwis jvi. jonnson, xviiuvinr, w..w -
C. V. Robert, one package clothing".
W. C. Power ft Co., ten-pound package
Kreltner's salve. ...
William Wilson Sensemnn, Allantlo City, on
casa groceries. .
Miss Lillian B. Lysle, four cases canned
goods.
Miss Mary R. Lysle, two cases groceries,
Mrs. J B. Counselman, on case peas.
Lloyd Smith, one taso milk.
GREArTOScFOAST -
OPENS OPERA SEASON
AT METROPOLITAN
Farrar, Scotti and Martinelli
in Puccini's Opera Make
Notable Artistic Event of
the Winter.
In spite of tho European conflict, Phil
adelphia's opera senson begins tonight nt
tho Metropolitan. Puccini's "Toscn,"
sunt; by one of the best casts that could
bo nsscmbled anywhere, In war or pcaco.
will bo heard hero as the first In the
series of nine operas to be given In Phil
adelphia this winter by Mc. Oattt's com
pany. Although the I'hllndelphla-Chlcngo Com
pany nnd tho Uoston Institution felt com
pelled to Rive up their seneons this year
on nccount of tho war, the director of
tho Metropolitan Opera IIouso went nhend
with the plans that ho had outlined before
enllliiR for Europe In tho pprlnr. With
the exception of two singers, dctnincd,
temporarily at lenst, for service In the
opposing armies, tho company has been
nblo to assemble, rohearne and nppenr In
public performance exactly on schedule.
In view of the situation in Chicago nnd
Boston, Philadelphia may count herself
lucky.
As a consetiucnco, tonight will seo per
haps a larger, certainly a more eager, ns
semblnge of Phlladclphlnn music lovers nt
tho Metropolitan .an In any previous
year. Opera as n social Institution must
depend on the series of performances be
gun tonight. Tho cast rhqacn for tho
opening bill Indicates ns illllnnt a sea
son nn usual, so far as tho artistic sldo Is
concerned.
CUPID WINGS A RECORD
LIST OF HAPPY COUPLES
Tlianksgivlng Bush for Marriage
Licenses Hay Break Becords.
Foot and mouth disease and consequent
quarantine regulations' may do their best
to lecop the turkey from family tables
this Thanksgiving, wnrs abroad and busi
ness dcpresslonns nt home conspire to
banish the .fovlal spirit of the season,
Jack Frost muV 'do" his worst to tho
cranberry crop, but the crop of Thanks
giving brides and grooms will be a bumper
ono.
Cupid, nlways busy nt this senson, m
excelling all past performances, and U
Marriage Llcenso Bureau promises to
make a new record If tho rush continue."
at the present rote until next Thursday
More than 100 per sons sought Clorlt
Ferguson's aid yesterday In their ques.
for marltlal bliss, and today more tlittii
125 licenses were issued.
The list today Includes:
Charles P. Fretz. 2211 N. 2nd St., and Mabel
It. Staltor. 8754 N. Bth at.
Charles 0. Gory, Ml 2 N. inth St.. and Ade
laide C. Stewart. 2110 N. Oth at.
Max Bonksen. 020 N. Franklin St., nnd Pet-
rlne Peterson, New York city.
Charles E. Rtaub, 1731 Bristol st and Rose
F. Barels, 0118 J ft.
Harry D. Bitting, 8027 D t.. nnd Anna SI
Cooney, Keystono and Cottman sts.
Franklin J. Cox, 20.10 E. Clcarflolrt St., and
Bertha Slorrls, 2108 E. Clearfield at.
Walter W. Roth, 17.11 Foulkrort at., and Slart-
alene. R. Coats, 2113 Wakellng st.
Dr. John F. Mcdonough, 1707 8. 22d St.. and
Kntherlne -A. Slulllgnn. im.1 8. 22d St.
Harry A. Clothier, 241S Trenton ave., anil
Louisa Sf. Breunlngcr. 2131 Ii Norrls st.
Nathan Fall, 523 Cross at., and Polly Smo',1.
623 Cross st.
Samuel E. Ulman, Wllllamsport, Pa., nnd
Laura SI, Schneider, Wllllamsport. Pa.
Joseph E. dish, Newark, N. J., and Teresa
McCort, 1537 E. Palmer at.
Edward II. Wilson. 15M N. GOth at., and
Annlo R. Jacobs, 853 N. 12th st.
Harry Watt, 524 P.. Penn at., and Ada R.
Bouret, 8410 N. 22d at.
Charles D. Dunhnur, 3023 Wallace at., and
Phoeho B. Smedley.-lOO Union t.
John B. Powers, 5520 Lancaster ave and
Sarah M. Gallagher, 1703 Walnut St.
Walter P. Smith, Rochester, N. Y and Eliz
abeth V. SfcCabe, 712.1 Keystone st.
Samuel J. Glover. Camden. N. J., and Uu-
belle Cathcart. LTI2 8. 20th t. .
Edward Robmson, 1333 Brown st., and Pauline
Hackenburg. 1400 Ridge ave.
Louis Schwarts. 330 Leaguo at., and Annie
Blackman, 1521 N. Marshall st.
Charles O, Thatcher, Swarthmore, Pa. and
Angelina J. Power. 4100 Glrard ave.
John J, Jakob, Jr.. 2502 N. IKth at., and ejan-
nette 1). Chambers. IA1R Walnut st.
Edwin Jocohson, Tuckerton. N, J., and Sadie
M. Seay, Tuckerton, N. J,
Louis Brod. 870 N. Oth st., and Fannl ZIon,
5143 Parrlsh st.
Nathan Werllnskv IR2R Wharton t., an!
Nettle Dolgln, 1R2R Wharton t. '
Thomas Lukey, RL1 N. 20th st and Isabello
Hart. RW N. 20th st.
Raymond Danlev, 2,112 Emerald at,, and Mary
E. Crockett, 2512 Emerald st. '
CARLISLE GIVES ?1000
Quick and Generous Response to Ap
peal for Belgians.
CATtLISLE. Pa., Nov. 21. The news-
pnper appeals for supplies and money
with which to succor the Btarvlnsr Bel.
gians have met with remarkable response
In Carlisle. Some days ago the local Min
isterial Association pledged a carload of
supplies from the town and county. DIt
rectlons -were given several days ago to
gather a cash subscription as qulokly as
possible.
In 88 hours, with no large subscriptions,
Dr. William A. Hutchinson, chairman of
the Belief Committee, announced at noon
today that JlOOO had been raised In Car
lisle.
GBrrraoH. musicals tonight
A muslcale will be held at the Wayne
Avenue Bapttat Chureh, Wayn avenue
and Queen lane, this evening, jn addl
t ton to selections ly the ohurob. choir
there will be readings, reoltatlons and
solo numbers. The soloists will include
Miss Florence Hall, sonrann? nn.. cm!
O. Burkett, contralto: Harvev Mart..
basso; Mum AUee Zahm. ninni.,. "J
Dr. Frank O. Nagle, vlelJulst
HOSPITAL'S DONATION DAY TEA
Tho board of trustees and the Ladiaa'
,,-, "" - "" "" """won irom 4 to b
ocjoek on the occasion of the annual
donation day. The hospital wU be Z
for inspection. Donations of mojiW
touting and, gtocoffea in y r22?Tv
ANHOISE LAW
AIM OF CIVIC CLUB;
DEMAND ORDI
Experts Address Meeting on
Evils of Unnecessary
Sounds in Streets Doctor
Harte Has Remedy
A system of petty fines as tho solution
of the nolso problem In Philadelphia was
advocated by Director Harte, of tho De
partment of Public Health and Charities,
at a meeting of the Clvlo Club's Commit
tee on Unnecessary Noises, nt the Acorn
Club, today,
"I wish wo would Inaugurate BUch n.
system," said Director Harte, "whereby
a policeman coula. on proper complaint,
collect a small flno on tho spot nnd glvo
the offender n receipt. In this manner
we could bo rid of a great number of
nuisances."
Director Hnrte urged the Clvlo Club to
work for nntl-nolso ordinances In Ita
campaign to' suppress useless noises in
the city. Ho admitted the Impossibility
of eliminating many noises, but expressed
himself ns Btrongly in favor of reducing
them to a minimum, because of tho
nervous disorders and denfness they
cause.
The meeting wns attended by over 1U0
persons, city oindnls, hospital superin
tendents, cdttcntlonnl leaders, represen
tatives of companies and women Inter
ested In tho work. Under tho present
cumbcrsomo system the complainant must
go to a magistrate, Bwcar out nn am
ilavlt, furnish witnesses nnd take tho
case to a pollco court.
John P. Onrbor, Assoclato Director or
Publlo Schools, advocated tho posting of
warning signs, reading. "Public School:
Careful nnd Qulot." In tho Immediate
vicinity of publlo schools. Death takes
Its nnnunl toll from nmong tho school
children because of tlio lack of adequate
warning facilities, he said.
"Teachers, who nre the most anient
advocates of nulet, school children and
vehlclo drivers would benellt from tho
placing of such signs," Bald Mr. Oarbor.
Tho pollco nro helpless until a proper
ordinance Is passed, said Lieutenant
'.Mills, representing Director of Publlo
Snfcty Porter, who was unablo to attend
the meeting,
"A confusion of authorities often .re
sults," he said. "For Instance, If, for the
sake of quiet, we order chickens to bo
placed on low porches or In cellars, the
Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals takes a hand. Complnlnts by
property owners on account of unneces
sary noises aro numerous. Until nn
ordinance is passed, wo nro unablo to
act oWcIcntly In quelling useless sounds."
Ofllccr Pease, of Baltimore, "the only
nntl-nolso olllccr In the world," also de
livered nn nddress. He reviewed tho work
done In Pnltlmcre, from tho regulation of
the tint-wheel trolley car to the beating
of blpcults In tho cnily morning hours.
"Moral suasion backed by adequate
nntl-nolse laws has worked wonders In
Baltimore," said Mr. Pease. "The .city
Is quieter than It wns before the nntl
nolso cnmpnlgn begun. Philadelphia
would oc much more pleasant to Uvo In
with tho passing of nn anti-noise ordi
nance nnd the appointment of an official
to take chnrge of tho work."
So noisy Is Philadelphia that when Leo
pold Stowkowskl, leader of the Philadel
phia Orchestra first cumo to the city ho
thought seriously of resigning and leaving
Philadelphia, according to Mrs. , Imogen
Onklcy, chalrmun of tho committee, who
presided. The concert leader's work, sh
said, was so disturbed that he was unable
to distinguish tho liner tones until he. be
came accustomed to the noises,
Mrs. Oakley outlined tho plan of tho
Civic Club to obtain laws for the regula
tion of street vending, uoal dumping, tho
rrowing of roosters, nnd all other ndlses
which come under the category of useless.
Tho Philadelphia Itapld Transit Company
announced that It would co-operate with
any efforts to suppress unnecessary
noises.
GOVERNMENT WILL TEST
RAILROAD SAFETY.LAW
Attempt to Ascertain Scope of Statue
Before Court.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2I.-In a test case,
filed with the Supreme Court today, the
Department of Justice seeks to discover
whether tho new safety appliance law is
applicable to all classes of trains run on
railroad main lines. Tho case, brought
by tho Government against tho Brio Rail
road Company, Is of great Importance.
Tho ruling of the court will affect cases
of personal injuries running Into hundreds
of thousands of dollars.
Tho question Involved Is whether the
provisions of the new law, making it
unlowful for nn Interstate carrier to op
erate any trains or cars not equipped as
required by law, are applicable to trans
fer trains moving on the carriers' main
lines or freight tracks between switching
yards several miles apart.
The Government will ask tho court to
advance the case for on early opinion,
ACCUSED OF POINTING PISTOL
Attorneys in Real Estate Trust
Building Threatened by Man.
Anthony Antella, 26 years old, 6118 Cat
lowhlll street, was brought before Magis
trate Renshaw In the Central station this
morning aqcuBed of pointing a, revolver
at Harry and Joseph Goodman, lawyers,
with offices In the Real Estate Trust
Building.
According to the testimony, Antella'a
father was struck by an automobile yes
terday. The son retained the Goodmans
as. lawyers, and, It Is said, signed a paper
to that effect. This morning he went to
their office and demanded tho paper.
Upon their refusal, the police say, he
snatched It from a nearby desk, tore It
to shreds and pointed an unloaded re
volver at the two men.
Harry Goodman called the police. Al
the hearing he refused to prosecute An
tella, who was dismissed with a repri
mand.
PRIZES FOR MOTHERS
Winners of Hospital Clinic Contest
Given Thanksgiving Baskets,
Thanksgiving baskets Btocked t0 the
r?hClVn today M Pritea a the
close of the clean-UD carnr,!,, i,.i.i .
SrSUn!!!"1 ""iter SlWc at
ia --... -.. ouiueuiKtmic Hospital.
Franklin and Thomjwon streets, oday
Mrs. Margaret B. Rimn h.j i.?" ..
Lh'j'f t had bwn annoiincd prttes
? l bK wartd to the mothers show
ing the best result in th. imnj ,.' .7,
of their babiM and Improvements to their
?iS.Mi'1, Hortna. W Worth Amtr-
nbMl"U wer B'1' Wore than
whf" e?tw'"1 th catt- nd those
wh 4ld not get baskets received gar
meats fox their cjtfWrea.
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