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mm of bonds
IN TRADING TODAY
advances, However, Left
the Quotation of a Major
ity of Securities Below
July 30 Closing.
Thn reMimhtlon of honrl business: on
ih rJw York Stock Exchange naturally
i overshadowed everything else In the mat
'ter of financial Interest today. Prices
i retorted In the short session generally
hawed fralhs fanglng from H to JVt
points over the figures designated as mini
mum prices by the Clearing House Com
mittee, but these advances still left the
mnjorltv of bonds dealt In nt a rnnge
of nbout 2 points under the flnat prices
on July 80,
There are a number of Important ex
ceptions to this range however, New
York traction bonds- and some Industrial
Issucn ruling above July 30 prices. Busi
ness In bonds was far smaller than had
been popularly expected, but this was In
harmony with tho arrangements made
between bond dealers at the meeting
on Wdnesday night.
The transactions In the first hour
amounted to (292,000, second hour 1377,000,
making a total for the two-hour session
of $669,000. Only flvo Government bonds
were sold. Tho largest slnglo transac
tion was In Chtcago, Milwaukee and St,
.Paul convertible VSs, tho total sales be
ing $20,000. Tho bonds sold nt 9SH. while
the minimum price was 97.
Among transactions made In tho two
hour session tho following were regarded
Important! Southern Hallway i at 63;
Central Leather 6s, nt K Baltimore and
Ohio convertibles, at 8tM: St. Paul 4Hs.
at 97iJ Northern Pacific 4s, nt 89: United
States Steel 6b, at 99?; to B9H: Rock Island
4s, nt Mi Southern Pacific 4s, at 84;
Chesapeake and Ohio convertibles, nt 69 VS;
Marine 4',ts, at 32; Telephone convertibles,
at M'H:- Atlantic Coast Lino 4s, nt 87T&;
Interborough Metropolitan 4V4s, at "1T
to 72!i'. Southern Hallway 6s, at BS'i;
Now York City Hallway 4s, nt 70; Beth
lehem Steel proferred, nt 8t?; Brooklyn
Itapld Transit 6s, nt 9SU-
Tho Exchange was closed with tho
noundlnc of the gong by Secretary Ely
and the half day's business wound up
with Kencrnl cheering by nil the brokers
on tho floor.
Thero "wns an Interruption to sterling
exchange trading caused by the fact that
no Bteamor Is scheduled to leave New
York port until next Saturday. Tho
Wecanthlc was booked to leave on Wed
ncsday, but that, steamer Is still In Liver
pool. Some efforts wero mado to buy
exchange for today's steamer, which left
at 11:30 o'clock, and 4.89U was bid for
demand bills, but bankers refused to sell.
Cables were quotod at 4.90W. There was
little business In Continental oxchange
and francs and Relchsmarks wero un
BOND SALES IN NEW YORK
Salon High, Low. Closa.
3II0O Amer Tel clt 4a S7W .
1S00O Amcr Tel cvt 4 Us lV 0U 8SU
2000 Anmour Co 00
S00O Atchison Ken 4s.. .. flOijJ 00i OOVi
niu Aicnison aaj is ni
2000 Atian Co Line 1st 4s S7U
MO0O Bait A Ohio ov 4J4a. RJ4 8414 844
iiuu uoin otnei nu i. . . rc?
SO0O Urook Rixp Tr Ss OS'i . .
300O Canada South Ca 102
2C00O Cent Leath lit 6a.... OH IMli IXHJ
21000 Ka.lt A Ohio cv 4s. OS (5 0S es
2000 Cht M & St P CD Es. 1004
140OO ilo conv 4Kb .... 00 mji rm;
28000 do ncn V,t 114 071 1)74
TOOO Oil II I ft F col 4a. .20
8000 Clev Sh Una 44a (oi
1000 TCrls Ken 4n . ,s ... . ., -fl.'i ...
25000 Distil Secur Corp 8s. W5 Mi 3St
1000 Indiana Btel P...w oft?; ..
20O0O Interbor Mt 4V4s. . T2K 71T4 72U
uw inierDor u 1 rer 09... vayt .,
ftnoo Inter Mer -lr 4Uj.. .12
1000 Lake 6h deb 4s ltfll.. 801. ..
S00O Llsr A Mey Tob 7a... 120
5000 Lorlllard 8 97H ..
20OO N Y Canal 10l)2s 00
1000 N Y City 4 1003.. 102 ..
11000 If TT N II Hart Os OOJS . .
1000 N Y Hwy ret 4a 70
3000"N Y Tlwy adj 60 .... 4714 ..
fl.VMYl Nor Pan nrlor 4s . 80(4 8!) 80
6000 'Ray Con Copper 6a..l0OU 100'fc IOO14
6000 icraainir sen -is ikw
OOOO Itock Island rfd 4a.. (Htf ..
1000 Seaboard A L adj Ss. 02
1000 South I'ao col 4s. ... 84
20000 South Pao ov 4a 80, 801 SO,
BIB00 do cv ret t p Bs.,. im 04i 115
HOOO South Rwy gen 4a. ... 03 02 l.l
loouo nouin Jiwy oon os. . . jti i?i uojt
2000 Texas Co cv Os 0SV4 5 0-I
new 11 0 uov res is ivn
1HOOO TT H nubbor Gai 10041
102000 17 s Steel fla 00T l)lj 804
jw union i'-o jsi -ia.... wire
TOOO Union Pac ov 4a fid
800O Wabash lat 6a U7
HOOO Weat Blectrlo 8a 100
Total, tjond aalos, J 5C0,OOa
DEPOSITS INCREASE IN WEEK
Advance of g317,5Q7 Made by local
The weekly report of the Federal He-
serve Bank of Philadelphia up to the
close of business last night, which Is the
second Issued since the institution was
placed in operation. November 14, shows
an Increase or J617.657 in deposits over the'
previous week and a, falling' off of !51,2S7
In cash holdings. The loans and discounts
of the bonk, which were all mado durlnc
the last week, totaled jsaj.ow. Up to last
night the bank had issued 420,000 In new
Federal reserve notes. All of these were
Issued during the week.
This week's statement, compares with
last week as follows:
Nov. 27. Nov. 50.
Leans and dlacounta 8b0, 000.00
HaM ..nln and raid
certificates 18.803,ft.00 17.!2,042.S0
Ointr ISWTUl money d,oia,l.on J,lUt,OOS.41
Doe from ank, tc 68,819.78 .... ...,.
Expenses, etc , 23,017.10
Capital S3.0SS.114.41 !2,0S3,lU.4l
Federal reaerve notes
outoUnd 11 ...... 420,000,00 .,
DposuT ..;,-:'..!: 18,824:423.87 17.708.8J8.60
New York banks lost to the Subtreaa
uary yesterday J,587,000.
Application has been made to the Mis
sourt Publlo Bervlce Commission by the
Kansas City Terminal Company for au
thority to Issue 11,600,000 notes to be se
cured by deposit of ?2.000,000 of Its first
mortgage 4 pel- cent, bonds.
State Auditor Brady, of Illinois, has
1 Issued a call for the condition of State
banks a? of November 25.
The nit profits of the Cudaby Packing
Company for the year ending October 31
were .403.0l. compared with fl.3S9.17S
in the same period of the previous year.
The surplus, after dividends this year,
was ?320,016, again J509.178 last year.
The first mortgage 6 per cent, bonds
of the American AIalttng Company, due
December 1. of which there are fl,353,Q00
outstanding, have all been extended to
June 1, l17.j
The Qirard National Bank has retired
1600,000 emergency currency.
NEW YOBK BUTTER AND EOfiS
N8-YV YORK. Nov 38. Butter-OKirkat. UB.
seiueo neeeuxs, iwi piiuiu. Lveanery,
31. blnit scoring, 34
32i;33c , boltaltoa craam
. Steady fUselpts, 0D9T
atitL. flraU. 2A&4Q& . i
.Ltrty vluU 7)iJwr' onix4,
Bun cijirtags ta4ay eaaaptrW wHa
Wps. UiUllf vmf -
J- -te . ."f-
LONDON UNDERTONE STRONG
Victory of Russian Troops Helped
Sentiment; War loan nt Premium.
LONDON. Nov SS Trading In securi
ties In the street today was cheeked by
ram, but the undertone was sironn. J. no
mIaIa.i. Mf thtk tlnaalnn trnATWI And the
speeches of t,ord Kitchener nnd Chan
cellor JJavm L.ioj'u-ueorge neipeu senti
ment, ns did tno impcnainc; reopening 01
the rarls uourse ror ensn tiaoinB on
TI.A map TTrlllal, Wftr Innn WAN minim
at a premium of U. Applicants for
amounts up to jtuw.wu win up mioncu
the mil amount. Applicants for amounts
more than JC100.COO will receive 96 per
cent, of their subscriptions,
Many Btnall subscribers to the loan are
expected to pay for their allotments In
full, Instead of In Instalments, owing to
the fact that n discount of 3 per cent,
will be allowed to thdse who take tho
Ilussiflh securities wefo strong. Ameri
can and Argentine mils had" a good tone.
Canadian Pacific's were loi'o
It Is understood that the Stock Ex
change Committee Is preparing to fix n
buyltig-lu day In respect to bargains mode
for the account otlgtnally fixed for mid
November. This Is a further step toward
reopening tho Exchange.
LOAN CERTIFICATES RETIRED
Chairman Rue Notifies Comptroller
Williams That None Is Outstanding.
Levi 1 nuo. chairman o'f tho Clcnrlng
House Committee of the Philadelphia
Clearing House Association, today sent
a telegram to Comptroller of the Currency
John Skelton Williams, notifying him that
nil of tho Clearing House loan certificates
taken out by the banks In this city have
been retired. The maximum amount of
certificates Issued Is understood to have
been between $11,000,000 and 112,000,000.
Now that the certificates have been
retired It Is probable that tho weekly bank
statement showing the conditions of' the
member Institutions of tho Clearing House
will be changed fihortly. Tho coming
week's statement will ho Issued In the
old form, but tho next one will un
doubtedly be In n new form. A special
committee of the Clearing Houso Is now
working1 on tho form of stntoment which
will bo ndopted, nnd a meeting of this
committee will be held nt the Clearing
House on Monday, when some definite de
cision may bo reached.
GRAIN AND FLOUR
WHKAT. Hecelpta. 07.850 huh Uxnort
den-aml fair and Allies steadily held. Quo
tations' Car lots. In export elevator. No. 2
red, spot and November, St,13l.lll: No. 2
red Weetern, 1,1SI1.21; No 1 Northern
CORN. Receipts, 12,311 hush The mar
ket quiet, with moderato but ample offerlnga
nt former rates. Quotations Car lota for
local trade, as to location No 2 yellow, eld,
W4r82Hc . steamer yellow, old Sl'fl2c
OATS. Receipts, 23.403 hush. '1 he market
steidlly held, but quiet. Quotations: No. J
white, MWlfS"- standard white. M'itiBlc :
Mo. 3 white, B5ffS3Mc.
Trade quiet and the market without Import
ant chanire We quote. City beef In ata,
smoked and alr-drled, 29330c, Western beef. In
sets, smoked, 20C!;30c.; city beef knuckles and
tenders, smoked and air dried, 30'itOlo.; West
ern beef, knuckles and tenders, smoked, 300
31c.) beef hams, $30338, pork family, f-'l02.v,
hams. S P. cured, loose, 14ll'4c.; do., skin
ned, loose, l.liifjltc ; do., do., smoked, HViO
ISa., other hamn smoked, city cured, as to
brand nnd mcrairo, 15310V&c. ; hams, smoked,
Western cured, lAOlRV&c. ; do, boiled, bonoles,
2021c, picnic shoulders, S. P. cured, loose,
UWB12c. ; do., smoked, 1313Ma; bellies, In
Elckle, Hccordln? to average, loose, lOJHOJSc. ;
reakfant bacon as to brand and nvcrage,
city cured, 1DS20C.; breakfast bacon. Western
cured, 10820c; lard. Western, refined, tierces,
1212Uc; do., do., do., tubs, lSJjUUc.; lard,
pure city, kettlo rendered. In tierces, 121;
12'Jc. : lard, puro city, kettle rendcrod. In tubs,
Trade slow, but values steadily maintained.
Tleflners' list of prices: Standard gran
ulated, 5.15c: fine granulated, 5.10a: ponder
ed, 5 20c.; confectioners' A, 6c; soft grades,
I1UTTER Offerings of desirable stock
light and values steadily held, but wholesale
trade aa usual on Saturday quiet Quotations.
Western, fresh, solid-packed creamery, fancy
specials, 37c, extra, iljo. : extra firsts, aJJlc.,
Hrsts, 30631c; seconds, 20S2SC, ladle-packed.
sitj'JSc., as to quality; nearby prints, rancy,
38c; do, averago extra, 3SJ7c, do., firsts,
32183V., do., aoconda, 3031c. Special fancy
brands of prints Jobbing at 438-15C.
KGGH. 8trlctly lino fresh eggs scarce nnd
values well sustained. Quotations. In freo
rases, nearby extras, -4042c. per doz. . nearby
tints, IIO80 per standard case, innrliy cur
ront receipts. ?0.9O31O.2O per standard case;
Western extra firsts, $10.80 per case; do ,
firsts, tD.0Oitl0.20 per rase: do., seconds. X7.21)
O7.80; Southern, VJ.OOft 10.20 per case. Refrig
erator eggs, as to quality. 214227c. per doz
Xancy selected candlod fresh eggs were Jobbed
out at 40M7c per doz.
CHISIStJK. Trade quiet, but supplies small
and alues steady. Quotations: Sey York
full-cream, earlier receipts, choice, lSiyoiUc. 1
do., do., current make, choice, lOMc , do., do,
fair to good, HHW15C. , do., part sklma,
LIVE. The market quiet, with ample of
ferings at the late decline. Quotations Fowls,
12fHc; old roosters, lOOllo., spring chick
ens, 12011c; turkey. 13S10c. ducks, 13
14c; geese, 13 14c. ; guineas, young, weighing
2 lbs. and over apiece, per pair, buc., weigh
ing l'-WflJi lbs. apiece, per pair, fiOSSSc,
neighing 1 lb. apiece, per pair, 40g-!5c , do,,
old, 40c.; pigeons, per pair, 15018c.
DltESSKI). Offerings moderate but am
ple and the market quiet at tho recent decline.
Quotations: Turkeys 'Fancy, large, spring, 21
tj22c; average receipts, spring, lb2oc Infe
rior, spring, UW5a: No. 1, old, 20c, fowls,
per lb. Weighing -4VSSO' lbs. apiece, luc, do.,
4 lbs. aiilece, 17gpl8c; do, .'l'.l lbs, uplece, 10c,
do., 3 lbs, and under, 13914c, old roosters,
dry-picked. 13Uc; broiling chickens, nearb),
weighing V.iU- lbs. apiece, 2022c, broiling
chickens, nearby, fair to good,, lufjl&c; chick
ens. Western, fancy fat, milk-fed, A lbs, and
over apiece. In boxes, dry-picked, lUc. . chick
ens. Western, corn-fed. 4 Iba nplece. In boxM,
dry-packed, 18c: chickens. Western. 4HS lbs.
In bbls., dry-packed, 17c, chickens. Western,
UU3V, lbs; apiece, loQlaUc ; broiling chickens,
Western. ltt2 lbs. apiece, 18c, broiling
chickens. Western, fair to goal, 12815c,
spring ducks, l&S18c. ; spring feese, I3d15c,
Kquabs, per doz. White, neighing It to 13
lbs., per doz., t3.00i94.SO: white, weighing 11
to 10 lbs. per doz., f3.10ffO.7S; white, weigh
ing 8 lbs. per doa., 12.60S2-7S: do., do.. 7 lbs.
r' er doz, I22.25; do., do., 04A lbs per doz.,
1.2S4jl.e3; dark and No, 2, eOc.etl 10.
The general market quiet and without im
portant change. Quotations: Apples, per bbl
Jonathan. I383.G0; King. K.B0tiO23; Baldwin,
Sl.7o02.9O; Greening. X1.7t2.e0, Twenty-ounce,
t2.50J, Pippin. 41.7002.70: York Imperial,
1.60S2; other good eating varieties, $1.T52.80,
medium, aiwl.fifl; apples. Western, ptr box. It
01.60; do , Delaware and Pennsylvania, per
hmpr, MiCtWo.; lemons, per box, J3S4,
oranges. Florida, per box. JfJ.7fkS2.60i grape
fruit, Florida, per 6u. l.M4j8i pineapplee. per
crate, Porto Rico, tl.-3S-l.2i; do , Florida, 110
2.60, cranberrlea, fancy later varieties, per bbl..
ttwi.tO: do., Cape Cod. early black, per bbl..
ersey, per crate, JIIoJWl 23; pears, New York,
cer bbL. Seektl, 13.6009; Deurre IJoae, S480.60,
bheldcn, 4S6, Reurre qairgeau. I2.6OQ6.&0:
Beurre d-ArTJou. 12.2580.26. Duccm.2J;
iioweii. m'J wier i,cii, tiw jsrapca.
New York. Concord, per 8-lb. baaket. 13813a.;
do., per 4.1
Daettet, fwufti Niagara, per 4
lie,; do., Concord, per 20-1 b. bu-
lb. basket, 1
Offerings fairly liberal and the market
showed little change. Demand only moderate.
Quotations Whit potatoes, per bush.. Penn
slvanla, 5S3X!c.l do., New York, 43fCOa;
do., Jersey, per baaket, 36fM0e-; sweet pota
toes. Eastern bhore, per bbl. So. 1, i42,73;
do., No. 2. tl 60l.fS; sweets, Jersey, per bbl..
No. J, lf3.50; do.. No. S. 2S.2S: aweeul
Jersey, per basket, 00STOC. ; Onions, oholce, per
bush., 60070c ; do., ordinary, per bush., 60
55c, do., choice, per lt)0-tb bag, SI 2691-85;
dc.. medium, per 100-lb bag, SJctfll; do.,
seconds, psr JOO-lb. bag, 6otr76c, oabbage,
domestic per ton, 10010; do., Panlsh, per
ton, I13SHJ; caullnower, New York, per orate,
76c.6ll.25. lettuce. Florid, per basket. tlO
1.60. do. North Carolina, per basket, 5p473c;
1.60, do . North Carolina, per basket,
titans. Florida, rjer basket. . S1.2&at!.f
beans. Florida, per .basket. . I l.SSge.fiO; egg-
plant. Florida, per box. SJSS 60. cucumbers,
Florida, per basket. Sl.t&arz 60; squash, nf
Ida, per basket, 11.6CX82, celery, New Yorlc,
per bunc2S45c . lAujhrooms, per' 4-rb.
IrSSo- A SIEETINO TN MHslOHV OV
l1" Henry V. llbur will Im hela at
Hrlfli' Meeting House. 15th and Race.
Kleventh "leath, StU (rirst-Day), at I.
o'clock, . za. Act Invltutioa ta-titeaded.
TIIB USFAKT1IBNT OF THE CORONER
will receive bid fr supplies far 1916,
Bohsdule on nle In Oeroaers office and aaa
I.EIHIKK-I'HILAPKLPHIA, HATIJRDAY. NOVEMBER
LEWIS J. LEVIOK
Iewlo 3. Levlek, president of the Crow
Levlck Company, and n. prominent mem
ber of the Society of Friend, died yes
terday nt his Home, 'ChantUly," Uel
mont nvenue, BbI. lie waa ill but n
Mr. l,evlck wnii born nt Qutikertown,
Pn., the son of tho lute Samuel 1. T-dVlok,
wldelv known In the ministry of Friends.
He t-ntererl the petroleum oil business
early In life, nnd In 18T8 established -forelfrn
trade with agencies and Stations
In everv commercial city on the" globe
He was a member, of the Civil Service
Commission, uridor the Ashbrldfte and
Weaver Administrations, n director of tho
Chnmber of Commerce, find a member of
the Executive Committee of the Phila
delphia Hoard of Trndc. Mr. Levlek was
at one time vice president of the Penn
sylvania Pnrafflne Works, of Tltusvltle,
Pa., nnd formerly a director of the 1 nlted
Ufiht and Heatlnfi Company of Phila
delphia. Mr, Levlek leaves a widow, who, befort
her marriage, was Miss Mary d'lnvllllers,
of Philadelphia, and four chlldren-Hcnrj
Ij. Levlek. Mrs. Wlnthrop C. Nelson, Mrs.
Oeorgo P. Atlec, .Tr., nnd MIrs Suzanne
Levlek. The funeral will be held Mondni
mornlns from Mr. Levlck's late residence
JOHN D. DUBNELL
.inhti r. TJurnell. 81 years, a teteran of
the Civil War nnd on Odd Fellow for
many years, died Thursday at the homo
of his grandson. T. Henry Walnut, at
torne), M13 Hamilton atrect.
Ho was a member of tho Apollo Lodge,
No. 296, I. O. O. F. Mrs. Thomas 11.
Wnlnut, mother of tho attorney, is a sur
The funeral services will be held Mon
day afternoon from tho residence of his
ADMIRAL W. L. FIELD
Retired Veteran of Forty Years'
WASHINGTON. Nov 2?.-Hcar Admiral
Weils L. Field, rotlred, 69 years old. tiled'
here yesterday after a lingering Illness.
Ho was a native of St. Louts, Mo.
Admiral Field was graduated from the
Naval Academy In 1SS7 and was gazetted
an ensign the following year He be
came n master In 1870, a lieutenant In 1871,
nnd a llctitennnt commander In 1S92. In
183? ho was made a commander and
reached the grado of captain In June, 10OJ.
In September of the unmo oar ho was
ro tiled nftcr 40 yenrs' service nshorp and
afloat with the ranking of rear admiral
DR. FREDERICK W. KOHLER
Dr. Frederick W. Kohlcr, ES years old,
widely known In this city ns a homeo
pathlst, tiled today nt tho German Hos
pital after a long illness from Ilrlght'fl
disease Doctor ICohlor was graduated
frpm tho Jefferson Collego nnd wns resi
dent physician at the Hahnemann Hos
pital. He studied for several years In tho
universities of Franco and Germany. For
many years ho had offices nt 8th nnd
Cumberland streets. Two sisters, Mrs
James IJ Flnley, of Wyndmoor, nnd Mrs
John 13. Mulford. widow of the late Itev.
John 15. Mulford, survive. The funeral
wilt be held Monday afternoon, from the
apartments of John H. Wetzel, 232S Ger
WILLIAM WHITE ALLEN
Word of tho doath of William White
Allen, nirillated for many years with tho
Lehigh Valley Railroad nnd Lehigh Coal
and Navigation Company, was leceived
hero yesterday. No details were given
In the notice other than that he died nt
Pnu, Franco, on November 12. Mr. Allen
was born In Ennlscorthy, County AVcx
ford, Ireland, and was n naturalized
American citizen. His extensive travels
nbtoad nnd tours through Egypt made
him the possessor of one of the rarest
collections of European and Egyptian
relics. AVhllo In this city he lived with
friends, nnd nt times had apartments
near 16th and Arch streets. He was mar
ried In Ireland two years ago.
WILLIAM' T. REED
William T. Reed, formerly a resident
of Camden, died Thursday at his home in
Washington. D. C , nfter a stroke of
paralysis. He was 71 years old, and for
10 years employed In the Government
Printing Olllce. He If survived by his
widow. The Interment will be made In
West Chester, Pa., where his parent.-
M4 . 4J
JV.,,1 Fit. tu
Ellen Adair's Letters to
"The Girl Who Works"
Based upon investigation and an in
timate knowledge of the girl wage
earner's struggles, Ellen Adair has
written a series of personal articles
to help girl workers get the most out
of their lives,
These letters will appear, with many
suggestions from the girls them
selves, every day beginning Monday,
November 30, in the
REV. WILLIAM JMAQTJIRE
The Rev William Maguire. formerly a
resident of Gexmantown, Is dead at
Franklin, III. Ho was rector of tho Cath
olic Church there. He was pie son of
the late John Maguire, and received his
early education In 8t. Vincent's parochial
school, Germantown. Ho Is survived by
his sister, Margaret Maguire, who Is n
sister of charity.
MARQUIS VISCONTI VENOSTA
HOMES, Nov 28 The Marquis Vlscontl
Venosta, former Minister of Foreign Af
fairs, died this morning.
n.VI9 In loving remembrance of F.UZA
POLLOCK DAVIS, who died Nov. 2S, 100S.
Al.f.EN. WILLIAM WHITE, of Philadel
phia. Bom at Ennlscorthy, (,'ounty Wex
ford, Ireland. , Died at Pau, France, on No
vember 12, 1014
llAltrtKTT - EDITH 1JAIIRKTT. 13(8
Iir.NSON.- On November 20. 19H, MAT1T
M., widow of floors A. Benson, funeral
services on Monday, at 2 p. m. precliely, at
103 Rsat Haines at,, Oermantonn. Inter
ment strictly prUate
IlIIH.K.It. On November 25, 1914, JOHN V.
husband of the late Alice U. Uleler (nee
O'Urlen). Funeral on Monday, at 7 3o a,
m from 2428 North 7th at. Solemn Jlcqulem
Mass at Bt lionltaclua' Church, at n a. m
Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery.
lirtOAHUISI.T. -At Uurllngton, N. J., on No
vember 27, 1014, .TAMKB linOAHHELT.
Funeral from tho residence of hla nenhnw.
Thomas Uroadbelt. 24 West Union at.,
Uurllngton, N. J., on Tuesday, December 1
1014, at X p. m Interment Old rcllowa'
nilOWN. On November 20, 1014, CONFtAD
nnowN Funeral sen Ices at his late resi
dence, northwest corner Falrmount a. and
Shirley at., on Monday, at 1 p. m. precisely.
CAMl'Iini.I.. On November 27, 1014. MAItY
I, . daughter of Oeorgo W. nnd Annie O.
Campbell. Funeral on Monday, at 7 'in a.
m , from 1711 South GGth st. Solemn High
Maes of Itequlem at Church of the Most
lllcsicd Sacrnment. at 0 a. m Interment at
CI.AIlt. On November 2.1, 10H, JOHN, hue
band of Bridget Clair. Funeral on Monda,
at 8..10 a. tn , from .100" Uoudlnot at. Solemn
Itequlcm Mass at the church of the Aarrn
slon nt 10 a m Interment nt New Cathe
COOK. On November 20, 1914, HELEN.
Funeral on Monday, at 0 a. m., from 20t
Ilnet Indiana ave. tnterment at St. Francis
il Halea Cemetery, Lennt.
COOI'RIt. - At Mooreatown. N. .7., on
11th Month 20th. 1014, MAIIV II. COOPER
widow of Claylon Cooper. Funeral on 2d
day, 11th Month, at 2 p m, from Camden
and Talrvlew axes., Moorestawn, N J. In
IlllNPIIV. On November 2S. 1914, near
Mansfield. N. J . WILLIAM DI'Nl'HY Fu
neral from the residence of his son-in-law,
William U Potts, near Mansfield, N. J., on
Monday, November 3d, at It a. m. Interment
at Ilaptlst Cemelerj. .lacobstonn, N. J.
I'OCl). In Trenton, N .!., on November 27.
1014. CAM1LLE V. , lfe of Dallas II. Fogg
Funeril from her hubnnd'n residence. 120
Second st . Trenton, N. J , on Monday after
noon, nt 2 .10 p. m Interment at IUvcrvlcw
OI.OVKIt, -Suddenlv, on November 20, 1014
JAMES a . beloved eon of Martha 8. and
James 7.. Glover; Funeral on Monday, at
10 80 n m . from the resldenca of his par
ents, near lllaclcnood, N. J. Hervlces at tho
OHIEll At the residence of hla daughter,
Mr. O. Ktenkcr, 02:10 Spruce st , on No
vember 20, 1014, JAMES L. OltlBU. Funeral
servicer and Interment private.
GItirriN.On November 21. 1014, MAIty
A , v Idow of Thomas M. Oriffln Funeral
on Monday, nt 8 30 n. m., from 7107 York
road, Oak Lane. Solemn Itequlem Maas at
Church of the Holy Anjrels, nt 10 a. m
Interment nt Holy Sepulchre Cemetery,
IIUI'I'NAni.K.-Oii November 23, 1014,
LULU L . wife of Charles HufTnaKle. Fu
neral on .Monilnj, nt 8.30 h, m, from
Ji.iO cst Arizona street. HlKh Mass of
Itequlem at the Church of tho Moat Precious
Illood at 10 o'clock. Interment at Holy
JOHNSON. On November 27, 1014, FKANK
v., husband of Ella S. Johnson and son of
James A. and Ella Johnson, nt hla parcnta'
resldenre, iiain North rnrk ave Due nottco
of thi funeral will bo given
KALAHAN. On November 25. 1014, MI
t HAEI, F . hupband or the late Mary E
Kalahari Funeral, Monday, at 8:30 a m ,
from 817 North 23th treet. Solemn Ma
of Itequlem at St Francis' Church at 10
o'clock precisely Interment Holy Cross
KINKAII). On November 27. lOlt, WILL
IAM, husband or tho inte Louisa Klnkald
Funeral on Monday. November SO, at 2:30
p m precisely, from 2144 Christian st In
terment Mount Morlah Cemetcrv.
KOHI.LH. On November 27. 1914. Dr.
FUDUERICK W. KOHLER Funeral 01
Monilaj, at 2 p m . from the (.Impel of John
It. Wetzel. 232S Ocrmnntown avenue. In
I.F.VICIC. Eleventh Month 27th. 1014,
LEWIS J LEVIl'K Tlie funeral will take
place nt his late resldenco nt Bala, E'a ,
Second-day, Eloventh Month .totli. nt 11-45
a. m. Train leaves Ilroad Strcot Station
for Itala 11.IH a. m Interment private.
I.OULSOI1ER On November 20. 1014, at
the home of her daughter, Mrs Albert Herr
mann, Ilrooklvn, N. Y. CECELIA, widow
of Joseph Loulsoder Funeral on Monday,
at 8 a m , from 1504 North Lawrenco street.
Itequlem Mnia nt St I'oter's Church at U
o'clock Interment at St Teter's Cemetery
MACKLNTAC1L On November 20. 1014, at
Mt Holl). N. J . WILLIAM MACKI.NTAC1I.
Funetat from Pine st , Mt. Holly, N, J., on
Sunday, at 2 p. m Interment at Baptist
Cemetery. Pemberton, N. J
MrCHEAHV. On November 20. 1014. VIO
LET c Funeral from 20 Thomas avenue,
Bryn Mawr, Fa . on Monday, at 11 a. m.
Services at the Church of the flood Shepherd,
v"i y jl
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RANGE AND HAVE Ar
COMFORTABLE KITCHE N Wl
THE WHOLE YEAR AROUND WWJ?
BURNS COAL AND GAS MAKES
HOUSEKEEPING A PLEASURE
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ftoeemont, Pn. . st 11 o'clock
private, at uien vock. j-a.
MflLAt'OHLIN. Suddenly, on November 2S,
1914, JAMB8, husband of the late MAry T,
MeLaufthlln. Funeral en Monday. tp 80
ft, m, from 1483 Montroa at. (beWw Chris
tian at.) Solemn Itequlem Mass st St,
Teres' church, t 10 a. m. Interment at
Holy Cross Cemetery.
MoNnil.L.- AUSTIN McNEILL, SOlO Njtth
. 24th at.
MEItEDITir. On November 27, 1914,
DAVID II MRrtF-DlTH, hitibftml of Harsh
M. Meredith Funeral servlres on Tuesday,
t 2 p. m , st his late twldenc. 179 North
Owen ave , Lanadowne, Delaware County,
. rs tnterment at Arlington Cemetery.
MONAQHAN, On November 27, 1B14, NEL
LIE V MONACHIAN. Funeral on Tuesday,
at S to n. tn., from 298 Nnrth Oth at
Solemn Itequlem Mass at Bt. Bdvinrd'
Church, st JO a. m. Interment Holy
MOOItlV -AMimoaE MOOHB, H31 Wallace
.MOSES. On Novemb'rk 28, 1014, ADDISON
W. M0SE8, aged OS years, at hla residence,
60.1 North Allison at. Due notice of the
funeral will be Riven.
MURI'IIV. On November 56, 1914. entered
Into reef. MARTHA T-. daughter of the late
John and Mary Anna Murphy. Ilelattvei and
friends are Invited to attend the funeral
service, at her late residence, 1719 Fair
mount ave , on Monday, 30th Inst, Inter
MKYEI18. At Monessen, r., nn November
28, 1014, BBLINA, .wife of Meyer Meyers,
Ilelatlves and friends are Invited to attend
the funeml, on Sunday, at 10 a. m., from
the residence of hor daughter, Mrs. I. Wag
man, 2210 Weat Venango at. Interment at
Mount Blnal Cemetery.
ItA.MIHI. On November 27, 1814, WALTEM.
fiuaband. of Ulllan K. Itnmbo, and son of
William nnd tho late Mary A. Itnmbo. at
hl father's residence. 4r.;o Wlldo at , Malta
Junk Due notice of the funeral will be
HBIIMONI!. On November 25, 1914, MATtT,
widow of I,awrenee Itedmond (nee McDrlde),
ut iramuru, county ijuneKsi, irriana, i it
nral on Monday, at 8 30 a. m from 000.1
aermantown ave. Bolemn High Mass of He
oulem at Holy Cross Church, Mt, Airy, at
10 a m Interment at Holy cross Cemetery
1IEI1VK. JOHN AHMSTrtONO. Infant son
of II. Mark and Mary A. Iteevc, on No
vember 27 Funeral private, at Monument
ItOTH, On November 27, 1014. CATH
LRINA, wife of Goorge Itoth, Sr Funeral
se-vlces on Mondnj', at 2 p. m , nt her lato
reliience, 370 Clinton St., Camden N J
Interment private, nt Evergreen Cemetery
8CHLECIIT. On November 27, 1014,
(HltlsviNA, widow of Martin SchlecM
Fvinernl on Monday, November 30, nt 2 p
Tlie Highest Point in Logan
13th at. : Somervllte nve. (5400 North)
2-story, modern and semi-detached homes, 0
rm. Ilullt by day's work. This la a very
pretty part of Logan and where vnluea are
bound to rise. Take Willow Grove cars Noa.
21, 03 and 03 to Somervtllo nve , 4 block to
13th sl or train to Logan atatlon. Also
corner house, sultnhle for doctor or dentist.
F. & E. AUBEL builders & Owners
ItEAlj ESTATE roil KAI,K
COBBS CREEK BOULEVARD
ROTH TO OOTH ST. (AHOVE BALTIMORE AVE.)
IflO-1'OOT STREET. 142 FEET BETWEEN FRONTS. 4 ROWS OF TREES
i n.Wfc mm mmmma . i . ,
nEAUTIFUL HOMES "Or ADVANCED IDEAS"
Sample house, fully furnished with period furniture and Orlontal rugs.
Mne exceptionally large rooms. Tile baths and ahower baths. Tile kitchens, sras
kitchens, air-chromed (hand-colored) wall decorations. Open fireplace of Fompclian
brick. Hot-water heat Entire front polished plate and art Elass.
PARQUETRY FLOORING THROUOIIOUT
Reautltul electric fixtures of artistic design, found only In private manslona
Lots 110 feet deep Terms to Suit Choice of decoratlona and finish.
Rest ot car service Take any car crossing 00th street, including Elevated, and pass
direct to houses for one fare Also Baltimore avenue Subway cars (Route No. 34).
FOX & ARMSTRONG
BUILDERS AND OWNERS. ON PREMISES. OR 1308 SOUTH 10TH ST.
Somelhing Entirely Different Semi-Suburban
Homes in the
New up-to-date houses, S3 ft, front, with lots
35 ft. wide
Ileantlfui residences amidst delightful surrounding"
Nassau Road between 61st and 63rd Sts.
SOUTH OF OXFORD ST.
Within easy reach of centre of city by wny of
Elevated, pausing1 north on COth street: Over
brook cars on Arch street or Penna. It. It. from
on iremlsea or
4039 LANCASTER AVE.
LOOKING FOR A REAL HOME SEE
Mahon's New Houses
FRONTING ON THE 300. FOOT BOULEVARD AT TENTH ST. AND
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE HUNTING PARK
LAWN TENNIS PLAYQROUND FOR CHILDREN
Large --story, 0-room. porch-front homes, open fireplaces, parquetry
floors, tils bathrooms, laundry, hot. water heat, eas and electrlo llchts. (as
kltchsna, terraced fronts -wittr old shade. Several with carage privileges.
Sample house open every day and on Sunday. Heated and Illuminated
Come and se these attractive homes. Take Bouts No. 21 on 16th street: No.
BS on 11th street, or No. OS on Oth street, dst off at Boulevard (North SIda)
and walk two aquarea saat.
pries 10.30. Small caah payment, balance at terms to ault purchaasr. X
fen for rent at H5. For further information writs or call.
E. R. STACKHOUSE
HOMES OF ARTISTIC DESIGN &STERLING QUALITY
-' ,'Ut "" "5..". . ' x '"'"."'.' T,-fy.lgBaesA-fJilt-WW-----l-aa-M
:L ' raJteTft i, - , iamHHHHH---HU "
j;i;'.' . OjiiBtiiffe."'' 'HwlnBaBBHHl-W-BV
m . frem the residence, of her B-ln-Uir,
Walter Atkinson, 119 Colonist ave., "aiMon
Aelo, N. J. Interment private, Harlech
SINOTT. WILLIAM SlNOTT, 1S4T Illckl
BTACKEn-On November 27, 1914. An-
BAllErr S,. wife of John M. Stek4r. Fu
neral services en Monday, nt ll . m., st
her lato realdenee, JWSS North Camao st.
8TItATTON-On Nevertber 28, IBM, MARY
E., wife of Edward Stratton Funeml en
High Ileoulem MK at the Church etiy
Aionaay, m n ov n m., uum p." """v-.v.
iv. jtv n ju n in., iiuiii ,., vawivu. w-.
Interment Hely Croti
SHIFT. On, November 2B, 1914, CATH
AHINK, widow, of Henry Bwlft (lata of
'lttaburh, Pn.) Funeral on Monday, at
8-30 a, m , from 1801 Jefferson at. Requiem
High Mass at Church of. the Oeau at 10 a.
m Interment at Old Cathedral Cemetery
WARREN. MARGARET WARREN, 471S
WELL8, Uln November 29. 1914. at Bar
anao Lake. X. Y, WILLIAM CtATTON
WELLS. live notice of the funeral will
WIDMAYER. On November ,85. 1914.
ERNEBT FREDnnlCK W1DMAYER. Fu
neral services on Monday, at a p. m at SJOT
North Carllale at. Interment private, at ML
Vernon cemetery. .
tt II.HELM. On November 25. 1914, FRKD
KItICK " , husband of Elliabeth M. WI1
helm. Funeral Tueaday, at 8'80 a. itK. from
1200 North Rlngrold it. (nesr 24th st, arid
North Colleite ave.). High Mass of Ree,ul
at fat Elliabeth's Church, 10 a, m. Inter
ment nt nw Cathedral Cemetery.
UOOI1WARII. At Beverly, N. .7, on Ne
vember 27. 1814, REBECCA W., daughter Of
Joseph and Buean Deacons Woodward, In her
Sttli year. Relatives and friend of, the fam
ily are Invited to attend the funeral services,
on Monday afternoon, nt 2 o'oloek. at her
late residence, 439 Church st IKverlr. N. J.
interment at St, Mary's Church Tart, Bur
lington, N J.
REAL ESTATE rOR BALE
A New Operation
JUST LIKE TUB 118 THAT WE DUILT
AND BOLD LAST TEAR
Sec Sample Houses
4832 North Fifth Street
516 Eleanor St Price $3200
Thee have porch fronts, all modern im
provements basement laundry, Iictrla
lights. Built with the stability that ha;
made tho Loughran house a atandara ot
good construction. See
JOHN LOUGHRAN'S SONS
5TH ST., BELOW ROCKLAND 8T.
AGENT ON OPERATION
OFFICE; 935 N. E. BOULEVARD
boutii of nociciurc
Six largs rooms and oath
and out-llchan, basement laun
dry silt to yardj tsrraesd
fronts, hot-water haat, (as
and electrlo lights, Isras
Eorchas. Vermont slat roofs,
aclt stairway: muit bs aasn
to b appreciated. Impossible
la these) homes
Candleu has car:
many new Idaas in Interior
dscorattnr. a business h
nsa epscianssq in lor ys ars.
Cbas. C. McCandlesa
BUILDER AND OWNER
On Prtmisss, or 4IJI Tork Kd.
AT A BARGAIN
For lounedUt sals, a spscUl
prk la sst upon this beaxitlful
Colonial horns situated on best
tmt ia Palmyra Ceotalns ntos
rooms and bath. opca. Orsaess,
eleciria lights, hirJwsod lOHshsd
floors -U cooveateaees tbat nutte
Tor hOBM comfarts. Lot KSxleTW
ft Threa mlautsa to staUoa. with
nx.-lld train srlc to Cam-en
li minutes) Just cBplts4 under
owner persaaal aupervlalon.
$4840Trmi to Suit
R. G. GAMBU
WMltMOtM Av$, jm VMta
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