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CHRISTMAS FAKERS
MAKE EASY MONEY
FROM THE IMARY
p, Worthless Goods Exposed
for Sale on Curb at Prices
That Beguile the Credul
ous Shopper.
The Christmas faker la here so ltst
ttta before bitylnpr ths be bargains from
curbitono merchants. ""
These venders, vrho nro only seen aroUnil
ths holldnjs, como from parts unknowrL
They nro sllb of tonirua and their cooJs
look substantial while the' are on the
Hands or wagons. They move from
ptaco to placo because It Is extremely
necessary. The fellow who sells at 5th
and rflbert streets one day may be
found near 6th and Market streets the
next. Later he will bo found in Ken
Blnglon of West Philadelphia. Some
times he Is found In jail.
An to their wares they Include a line
f poods which rnnke a flash without ex
posing qUallt). This Is not truo of all
the Christmas venders, but, nevertheless,
the faker la as' plentiful as the ono vino
Bills on the level.
The moat,., glaring of Christmas fakes Is
the holiday cologne sold by these open
air merchants. It la Bald to be made of
water, a little lemon julco and a tint of
washing blue. The lemon Juice gives the
liquid a yellowish tlnrro and the washing
bluo Is used for bottles aliened to hold
a special btand.
The concoction Is mixed by the tub'ut
and put up In bottles of all shapes ob
tained from junk dealers. Usually the
labels, which are very fancy, are got
from a printer who does work for the
drug trade. After the liquid Is bottled
and corked, the top of the bottle Is cov
ered with a neat piece of chamois and
fastened with a fancy string or ribbon.
BPIUTING ADROITLY DON12.
When the bottles bearing ths fancy
libers are spread out In a vender's wagon
With a background of straw or sawdust
they look attractive, and the finishing
touch la added when he faker Bpraya
the tops of the bottles with real cologne.
Tho spraying Is done quickly with an
mtomlzer when no ono Is passing, and tho
scent which greats passersby causes
many to stop and buy a bottle for 10 or
IB cents.
The vender announces that they are
"salesman's samples" as an excuse for
the low prices. Fortunately for him
many of tho bottles nro not opened until
after Christmas. And the poor fellow
who gives one ns a Christmas gift never
knows why tlio recipient greets him cold
ly when they meet again.
One of these cologno merohants did a
land omco business yesterday near 9th
and Market streets and later on Market
' street below Eth.
FirtE SALE" FAKEP.S.
The flresale curbstone faker Is an
other who 'gets easy Christmas money.
One of these merchants' operated yester
day on 9th street near Arch and also on
Market and 7th streets. He had cameras
which were bought up cheaply from a
Manufacturer -"whose place was recently
burned out nt Metuchen. X. J." These
cameras sold for 25 and 33 cents, and,
according to the faker, "would make an
attractive Christmas present for the
bdy."
.Photographs supposed to have been
taken "by some" of the cameras were nailed
against the vender's wagon. Some of the
photos wero at least seven by ten Inches
although the cameras on sale wore Vf,
by 3H- The vender had a number of
"plants" In the crowd who always started
business when there was a tendency
among the onlookers to be dubious.
"Jloavlly plated table ware bought In
largo lots froui a firm which recently
failed," wnavapid by an open-air peddler
for, 15 cents ifikoL The set consisted of a
knife, fork and, spoon for a child. Tho
Tender operated near his brother mer
chants and frequently shifted his stand.
His argument sounded all right. But as
the same table sets are sold by one of the
local 10-cent stores for 10 cents, thoso
Who took advantage of the exceptional
effer lost money.
FRAUDULENT SOLICITORS.
In addition to the faking venders, there
are a number of other Christmas fakers
peratlng successfully. One of these, a
well-dresed negro. Is soliciting financial
aid In West Philadelphia for the South-'
wark Colored Orhpans' Home at 9th and
BsJnbrtdge streets. As there Is no auch
borne, those who contributed will enable
the collector to have a very Merry Christ
mas unless his scheme Is stopped.
Two men who are soliciting clothing
and provisions for the "Pennsylvania Vol
unteers" are also doing a thriving busi
ness In the outlying sections of the city,
tepeelally In West Philadelphia. They tell
householders that they will not accept
money, but In moat cases get cast-off
clothing which can be sold for fairly
good prices. Their business must be good,
for they have a wagon to carry awajr
donations. There Is no such organiza
tion In the city's list of charities as the
Pennsylvania, Volunteers. And It Is safe
to say that ths membership consists solsly
f the two persevering solicitors.
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THINKS OF D.SJAVY
STIRS COMMITTEE
Chairman Padgett Refuses to
Invite Him to Testify,
While Hobson Leads
Fight to Give Colonel
Chance.
WASHINGTON, Dec 15.-The Houso
Naval Committee had a preliminary
skirmish today on the question of call
ing Colonel Itoosevelt as a witness In
Its Investigation of conditions affecting
tho national defense.
Chairman Padgett, speaking for him
self, flatly refused to issue such an In
vitation. Representative Hobson led a light to
get Itoosevelt as a witness. Other mem
bers of the commltteo Indicated they
wanted to get at the base of recent Inti
mations by Itoosevelt that he suspected
plans were being made for an attack In
the future on New York and other
cities.
Representative Butler made a request
that former Secretary of the Navy Long
be a witness. The committee decided to
thresh the- entire question out In secret
session.
America's big coast cities would not be
bombarded by an nllen fleet In the event
of war. Commander Stirling, of the At
lantic submarine fleet. Bald today In his
testimony before the House Naval Com
mittee. He counseled against construc
tion of small submarines, saying he did
not believe In the coast-defense idea for
these vessels.
"I can't conceive why a fleet should
come to this coast," he said. "I don't
think a fleet would bombard even if sub
marines were not there. For, In order to
bombard cities. It would be necessary to
annihilate our fleet."
This feat, he Intimated, was not likely
to occur. Hut It the fleet was wiped out
an enemy would have to send out Its
auxiliaries to watch our submarines, he
said. In the cfUrse of time they would
force the submarines to come to the sur
face by reason ot the need to recharge
batteries.
Commander Stirling said that the G-J
submarine was out of commission, that
four were undergoing overhauling at the
Norfolk Navy Tard, five were In the
Canal Zone and nine at New York. Ot
these several were being reconstructed by
the Government and several others were
In various stages of repair and overhaul.
The vessels In the Canal Zone, he said,
were In good condition, but they were
forced to use an Inadequate and unsuit
able old training ship as tender. More
over, the torpedoes of the first division
were of an "old and unsuitable type."
OBITUARIES
EDWARD H. HANCE, SR.
Manufacturing Chemist Succumbs
After an Operation.
Edward If. Hance, St., 81 years old.
founder ot the firm of Hance Brothers
& White, pharmaceutists and chemists,
1 JM iSoWNA
?Ed A SLAVt?,
UMCLB TOM,
imtaJ MUCH
ill PERTENP
MOVING PICTURE OF
of this city, died yesterday at the Qer
mantown Hospital ""following an opera
tion. Ho suffered a nervous breakdown
when his wlfo met her death' In a car
riage accldont last year.
Mr. Hance was the oldest manufactur
ing chemist In Philadelphia, having been
in the drug business since 1?5C. He wai
appointed president of the Philadelphia
Drug exchange and he held the office of
tieasurer for more than 25 years. For
many years ho was a member of tho
Union League and director of tho Ger
mantowu Hospital.
Mr. Hance was born In Philadelphia
'and received his early education In prt
ato schools. He is survived by his two
sons, Anthony II. and Edward II. Hance,
Jr., both members ot the firm. The
funeral will be hold Thursday afternoon
from his late residence, IM West Tulpe
hocken street, Germantown.
t KBV. DR. OHAS. TOWUSEND
OIlANGE. N. J.. Dec. 13.-The Rev. Dr.
Charles Townsend, for the lost 19 years
pastor of tho First Presbyterian Church,
died lit his home, 55 Cleveland Btreat, this
city. He was 5T years old. When a young
man Doctor Townsend became a news
paper man in his native city. He spent
(he yearn touring Europe and writing
travol stories for magazines. Upon his
return he entered Auburn Theological
Seminar' and was graduated in the class
of '83. After his ordination he became
nastor of the First Presbyterian Church
at Lanslngburg, X. Y., where he spent
10 years. Then ho accepted a call to
Woodland Presbyterian Church. Cleve
land, where he remained for two years.
He then came to Orange. Several years
ago he wrote a volume entitled "Forty
Witnesses ot Success," which attracted
considerable attention. In 1903 he received
the degree of LL. D. from Washington
and Jefferson College.
KBS. ELIZABETH COCHRAN
Mrs. Elizabeth Cochran, 'widow of Wil
liam J. Cochran, a veteran officer of the
Civil War, who was captain of the Black
Hussars, a crack Pennsylvania cavalry,
will be burled from the home of her Bon,
Harry H. Cochran, 165 East Walnut lane,
Germantown, tomorrow afternoon. She
died yesterday after a long Illness. Mrs.
Cochran was In her 78th year, and widely
known In Germantown, where ehe was a
resident for yenrs. She was a member
of tho Anna M. Ross Circle, the Women's
Auxiliary of the Orand At my of the Re
public, and one of the oldest members of
the First Presbyterian Church of Ger
mantown. REV. DR. W. H. LAWRENCE
NEW YORK. Dec, J5.-Rev. Dr. William
H. Lawrence, rector of the Union Metho
dist Episcopal Church, Williamsburg, Is
dead at his home, 93 Conselyea stieet, In
his 64th year. He ,was In tho ministry 11
years, during a part of which time he
occupied the chair of ancient languages
In several Southern colleges, Doctor
Lawrence, who was born In Farmlngdale,
N, J . was the son of the Rev. Dr. Will
iam H. Lawrence, one of the founders ot
the Ocean Grove Assembly, Before asum
lrg the pastorate of the Union Methodist
Episcopal Church, ha held charges at
Northport. L. I.; Morris Park, Port Jef
ferson and Richmond Hill.
JOHN L. WELSH
SHAMOICIN. Dec lS.-John L. Welsh, a
well-known attorney and former chair
man of the Northumberland County
Democratic Committee, died here today
following a brief Illness. Ha was State
Advocate of the Knights of Columbus.
REV. CHRISTOPHER McEVOy
Rev. Christopher A McEvoy, ex-preel-
dent of Villanova College, died last night
SNOODLES' DIARY : A STAGE MANAGER MUST
-STVGE STUPF
mi m? I i -
Huri
A COMMUTER WITHOUT
at Villanova, Pn., after a prolonged Ill
ness. He wns H years old. Father Mc
Evoy entered the Order of St. Augustine,
at Villanova. In 1868, and three jcara
later was ordained n priest In this city.
Ho was rector of churches In Ardmore
and Chestnut Hill. He was elected pro
vincial of the Order of St: Augustine In
18S2, and again In 1SS7. Ho became presi
dent ,ot Villanova Collego In 1S90. Tho
funeral services will be held at the Villa
nova College chapel on Thursday morn
ing. KEV. E. ATHERTON LYON
NEW YORK, Dec. 15. The Rev. E.
Atherton Lyon, former rector of Christ
'Episcopal Church, of Yonkers, from which
ho resigned a year ago, Is dead at his
home In Hudson, N. Y. He was born In
England and was educated In Dublin
University. He came to New York In
1891 and went to Dobbs Ferry- A year
later ho moved to Yonkers, becoming as
sistant rector of St. John's Episcopal
Church and later rector of Christ Church
LOUIS ROTHENBERG
LONG BRANCH, N. J., Dec 13.
Louis Rothenberg, a retired druggist and
for years actho In civlo affairs, mks
found dead In bed jesterdny at his
Broadway home. Mr. Rothenberg wai
born In Germany 62 ears ago He had
a wide acquaintance, having for n num
ber of years conducted three drugstores
In the city. Mr. Rothenberg served as
Health Commissioner. He built the
Rothenberg Apartment House, In the
west end of the city, a dozen jcars ago.
FRANK BAYLE
rianK Baylo. one of the oldest lumber
merchants of this city, died yesterday at
his home, 1613 Race street, from a com
plication of diseases. Due to III health he
ictlrcd from business a year ago. He was
77 years old arid a member of the Mellta
No. 281, R. A, M., for many years. His
widow and son survive.
EDWARD C. EATON
NEWARK. N. J., Dec. 15. Assembly
man Edward C. Eaton, actlvo In New
Jersey politics for about 20 years, died
at his home here after v. lingering ill
ness. His death came upon the 51th
anniversary of his birth. Mr. Eaton held
city and county positions before goln
to tho Legislature.
SISTER MARY ROSE f
NEW YORK, Dec. 13. Sister Mary
Rose, who was known as Miss Anna
King, daughter of Thomas King, a build
er, of Brooklyn, dlod at St. Joseph's
Convent. Flushing, aged 21 years. Be
fore she entered the com ent Sister Mary
Rose was in the houses of the order In
Far Rockaway and In St Vincent de
Paul parish, Brooklyn.
Major General J. J. Monteagudo
HAVANA, Dec. IS. Major General Jose
J. Monteagudo, commander of the armed
forces of the Cuban Republic since 1911,
died jeiterday after a long Illness He
had been a sufferer from liver trouble for
several years, and recently visited the
United States in search of health. He
spent some time at Lake Placid, N. T,
in MEMoniAai
COUFLCGII In loving remembrance ef J.
WIS. COUTI.ESH. Dee. 18. X10. I
Beatljs;
UAKKV. Oa Decsmbtr 4. lilt. WILLIAM
V son of lb late Braul C. and Harriet
1 Barrr. Fwoeral on Tburiday, at a p. ro.,
from the mldtnce of his brothar-ln-law,
Ralph V lUehwlne. 2330 eouth 84 it. Inter,
mint Ftrnwood Cemetery
BAVIX-Oo December II. 1811. PRANK
NOT IN
THE Boo
MUSTACHE s
A PAPER OR A CIGAR
DEATHS
IYLK,
funeral
MefA 77 i
7 eJirs. Due notice of the
funeral will be eh en, from this late reit-
tlence, 1641 Itace it;-
nECIITRI. Suddenls-. on December 13,1014,
anniiiJ Ji.. widow or Jacob uccmei
1 uneral services on Thursday, nt 2 p. m pre-
cliely. at 1010 North 20th si.
st.
Interment prl-
vaifl.
I1ENDEL. On December 12. 1014, NELLIE
11.. wlro of frauds X liendtl Funeral
services on Thursday, December 17, at 10 SU
a. m at her lata resides , SI02 Krankford
ave . Frankford Interment at Bcachwood
Ct meter j, UulmeUlle, l'a
IIOOKHAMKII. On December 12, 1014. AL
LEN M , Bon of John A. and 1.11a E. Book
hamer Funeral sen Ices on Wednesday, at
2pm. from Zlon Lutheran Church, whlte
innrah, Pa Interment at Union Cemetery.
Take Allcmotvn trollejs to church.
nltOCAN. On December 12. 1014. KATKA
IlINE V daughter ot John and the late
MaryBrogan t uneral on Wednesday. atSJU
a m, from 4S10 I-ancaator ae., lt Phila
delphia Solemn Itenulem Man at Church of
Our Mother of Sorrows, at 10 a m Inter
ment at Cathedral Cemeterj.
BROWN.-On December 14, 1014 LEWIS
J i IJHOWN I "uneral services on Thursdaj,
December 17. at 2 10 p m , at the residence
of his aon, James D. urown, 10-' 0 Margaret
at., Frankford. Interment private, at Mag
nolia Ceineterj.
UltUHII On December 13. 1014. ANNA
ItRNRV, widow or Cliauncey II Brush,
services nt her late residence, 05 liiat llene
rrt at.. Chestnut Hill, on Wednesda), at 2
n m. Interment prUate,
ntlltNH On December 12, 1014, HELEN
FllANCES. daughterrof Jamea and Elbe M.
J.urns. Funeral on YUnrsda. at 8 SO a, m.
from 6020 Haddington at. High Itcqulem
Mass at Our Lady or Lourdea' Church, at 10
a. m Interment at St Denis' Cemetery
CirnMM NATALB CIPRIANI. 1221 3
Juniper st.
CLAD On December 11, 1014, EVA M. L.
daughter of Jerome A. and the late Annie
M Clad and sranddaugtucr of the lata
Valentine Clad. Iuneral on Thursdaj, at 8
a. m , from the residence of her father, 1711
Sigel at Solemn Requiem Mass at 0.30 a.
m. sharp, at Church of St Thomaa
Aquinas Interment private.
COCHIMK. On December 14. 1014, ELIZA
BETH, widow of William J. Cochran, aged
,S j ears Relatives and friends are Invited to
attend the funeral services, on Wednesday
afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at son's residence.
Harry 11. Cochran, 163 East Walnut lane,
uermantonn. Interment private
COHEN. On December 14. 1014. KATII-
i-itl.NU il. COHEN, daughter of the late
Henry and Matilda Cohen Funeral services
on Wednesday morning, December 10. at 11
o'clock at the residence of her brother,
Charles J. Cohen, 331 South 21st st. It Is
desired that no flowers be sent.
COI.I.ANCI. JOSEPH COLLANCI.823 Cath
arine st
COlinitEY. At Parryf N. J., on December,
- iuii, uiAjduAi.nA I.UUUJ1U1, nue or
wllmer M. Cordrey. Funeral from Parry,
? J , en Thursday, December 17, at 1 p.
m. Interment Colestown Cemetery.
IIVV1H. On December 14. 1014. RICHARD
It. DAVIS, at his late residence. 13.H) W.
Columbia ae. Due notice of the funeral will
be si veu.
1) WIS. On December 14. 1014, J SCOTT.
nuaband of Emma C Davis, In his 74th year.
The relatives and friends are Invited to at
tend the funeral cervices, on Thursday after
noon, at - o'clock, at his late residence. 421
North 34th st. Internment at the convenience
of the family.
K DOMKN1CO. JOHN DE DOUKNICO,
8308 Wharton st.
DK WOI.r. On December 13. 1014. ISAAC
DR WOLF, huibaiid of Fannie De Wolf (nas
I'eUer) Itelatlte and friends, also all or
ganizations of which he wus a member, are
united to attend the funeral sen Ices, on
Wednesdu). at 2 o'clock sharp, at hla lata
residence, 2427 N 20th t. Interment at
Federal St. Cemeterr Remains may be
viewed after 7 d. m Tuesday
DOVI.E. On December 12, 18H. BER
NARD, husband of Rrldget Doyle. Funeral
on Wednesday, at S SO a. m.. from 1018 E.
heltzer st. High Mass at the Church ot the
Visitation at 10 a m. Intermmt private, at
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
DUFFY. On December 14, 1014, LEO
sunatub, son or jiran ana jsaosus. uurty
and grandson of Anna and the late William
Faberty and Bridget and the late Petal
Duffy. Funeral on Thursdaj, at 1 p pi ,
from hli parents' residence, 1812 South
Ileechwood at. Interment Holy Cross Ceme
tery.
KASTLACK On December 12.101. CLARK
V , son ot Clark V. and the late Annie Bast
lack, Funeral services In St John's M. B.
Church. Jd St. below George, on Thursday,
at 2 p m, precisely. Interment at Mount
Peace Cemetery
EINIU On December 12, 1014. EVA ISINIQ
(nee Cunningham), wife or Martb) H Klnlg
Funeral on Wednesday at 8 a m from her
'ate residence. 2786 Klrkbrlde at Rrldeeburs
Solemn Hlsti Mass at All Saints church at 0
TANKLLL F1LOMI5NA FANELLI. IBIS S.
Juniper st
CALLAQUEIL On December 14, 1914.
micnuviii m iiitvh 91DUUI isfuisr:
S1A1VI C1.WU1, VSUMDIK U tfUUIl iui ir7
Gallagher and granddaughter ot Daniel ana
Abby uslUglur and June and the late Ed-
"ward
MM
skaFunaral pn Wednesday, at 1
1
HAE A FERTILE BRAIN,
l WrSMTCHrK
ROOrJP UTTLE
EVA. 9.ji"0
run Th STICK
f Round CHtCKUMgJ
DEATn
p. m., from the residence of her parents,
2922 Federal st. Interment at Holy Cross
Cemotery.
OARDNEH, At Tivorton, R. I on th 11th.
in her "3d year, GERTRUDE, widow of John
A. Gardner and daughter of the late William
E. Bow en, of Philadelphia.
GllinS. Near Columbus, N. J., on Twelfth
Month lltli. 1U14, THOMAS S. 0111133. axed
07 sear. Relatives and friends are Invited
10 auona me lunerat, f irom tare resiaonce,
near Columbus, N. J., on Slsth-day, the 181h,
nt 10 30 a m. Interment Uoper snr
Bpnnsnria.
om Market
Autoa will meet U a. m. train from Market
si. ferry, Philadelphia, ard 0:40 a. ra. train
from Trenton at Dordentown, N. J,
OI.ISSON. On December 12, 1014. JENNIE
T,, wlfo of J. Brooke Ulisson and daughter
of the Kte Jesee O. and Martha J. Phy. Fu
neral rcrvlces Wednesday, at M p. m at her
late rerldence. 1ft.' I N. 55th at. Interment
private. West Laurel Hill Cemetery.
GOLDBERG. LOUIS COLDDERO. 820 S.
.Id at
HANCE. On December 14, 1014, EDWARD
H. HANCE, aged 81 yeara Relatives and
trlends are Invited to attend the funerar
services, on Thursday, at 2.10 p. m., at his
late residence. 104 West Tulpehocken at.. Ger
mantonn Interment private. Carriages will
meet trnln at Tulpehocken Street Station
itavinc uroaa aireet at J'J.
IIKI.TKIL On December 18, 1014. TRED
IiUICK, husband of Matilda Heller (nee Ho
denbender. Funeral on Thursday, at 1 p. m ,
from .701 West Fletcher st. Interment pri
vate, I'ernwood Cemetery.
HESS. Suddenly, on December 12. 1814.
HENRY C. HESS, husband ot Anna 11.
Hess (nee Runge). Funeral services on
Wednesday, at 1.30 p. m.. at 2810 Stiles St.
(near 28th st. and Glrard ave ). Interment
rtrictly private, at Montroso Cemetery.
HHUITTV On December 13. 1914, ANNIE
CAMP-HEWITT. wife of John Hewitt. Fu
neral aervlces on Thursday, at 1 p. m , at
412 Belgrade at. Interment private, at
Nortrmood Cemetery.
HIGH. At Moorestown. N. J., on December
14, 1014, BHLLAItD I... husband of Mary
D. High. Funeral on Thursday, it -' p. m .
from 23 East 2d at. Remains may be viewed
Wedneeday evening. Interment Colestown
Cemetery.
HOLLAND. On December 12, 1014, MART
A., daughter ot the late Bernard and Cath
arine Holland and beloved aunt ot Aloyslus
Holland Twiblll. Friends are Invited to at
tend her funeral, on Wednesday morning, De
cember 1(1. at S-30 o'clock, from her late resi
dence. 830 North liith st. Requiem Mass at
the Church ot tho Gesu, at 10 o'clock. Inter
ment at New Cathedral Cemetery.
HOPE Suddenly, on December 12. 1014,
sJIAURY O... husband Of th lata 1 a.,.. I''
Hope. Funeral on Thursday, nt 1:30 p. m .
Irom 2101 East Llpplncott at. Interment pri
vate. West Laurel Hill Cemetery.
JA15NKTTO, MICHAEL JAENBTTO, 1204
Bouth 8th St.
JOHNSTON. Suddenly, on December 1J.
1011. JENNIE S., wife of I thereto James
snd daughter of the late David and Jane
Johnston. Funeral services an Wednesday, at
'A ? re.vlt"10 apartments of Oliver' H,
Hair. 18J0 Chestnut at. Interment private.
KKI.I.r. On December 11. 1814, MICHAEL
J. KELLY, son of the lato Patrick and Siary
lfell. Funeral on Wednda, at 8 30 a. m.,
from 43T K. Ulde at. Solemn Requiem Mass
at Church of the Immaculate Conception at
10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
KULAK. HENRY KULAK, 1533 N. Front
LAM II. On December 12. 1014 MATTHEW,
husband of the late Ellen il. Lamb. Funeral
Wednesday, st 8 10 a. m., from 3 S. 43d X .
West Phtla. High Mass of Requiem nt fit
James' Chunh at 10 a m. Internnnt private.
Old Cathedral Lemetery. "nnie,
LATH imp. On December 12, 1014. EVA
RAKER, wife of Velmer P, I-athrop. Funeral
services, on Wednesday at 0 SO a. m.. at her
U,a r.,dn.ce, ,i,s:? Tenth st Interment
Green Mount Cemeterv
LITTI.K. On Deremher 12. 1014 HER.
BnRT LITTLE. Funeral services, on Wed.
nesday at I I?. m at 4130 Reno st Inter
ment Mt Marlali Cemetery. .
JleEJOVv At the Augustlnlan Monastery,
Villanova. Fa., on December 14. 1014
VERY RKV. O A. McEVOY. O. H. A.
FuneraJ on Thursday. Divine ortlee begins at
0 30 a. m. Solemn Requiem Msss at 10
a. m.. at St. Thomas' Church, Villanova,
Interment at Villanova
McILWAIN. At her residence, 4UT Leldr
ave, on December IB, 1014 CATHARINE
M. ldow of Hugh T Mcllwain. Due
notice ot the funeral will be given.
HAHON." On December 18. 1014, MART A..
wife of William l and mother of Rev. Jo
septa A Marion. Funeral on Thursday, De
cember IT, from her late residence, 172T
South 18th st . at n a. in. Solemn llas-i nt
Riqultm at St Ttomaa1 Church at 10:30
a m Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
MALAnKEY-December J2. 1814 PETER,
husband of Mary Malarkex Funeral en
Wednesday, at 8 SO a. m., from 403 East
1 UUies si Germ: ton n. Solemn Mtsa of
Requiem at the Immaculate Conception
( hurch at 10 a m Interment at Holy Sep
ulchre. Ceroetery
MMNKY. On December 13. 1814. WILD
lAil husband ot Catharine Malonev (aee
l.i nth). Funeral on Wedaeadsr. at SUS4 a
m. from 4BIS, Wayne Tv., Oermantown
Solemn High Requiem Mass at Church of
St. Francis, of Asstsl at 10 a. m. Inter
ment at Holy Seputthrs Cemetery.
MANNw On December 11, 18J4, CJEORCiE
SAY
fRST 60TTA L6ARM how
MOSTACHP AN' rVVMTS
OOH I
iHATS
DEATHS
hi mm. Re. husband of Itary C Mann (ni
, 482T TSOK'I
ent prlrstey
Hi. ANNA
il from 871
t S 30 a. m
at at st:
st Cedar Hill cemetery
MARONEV-pn December 12, 1614
Kiflow or jonn iuaiu ij ...
North leth st .on Wednesday ', at
HOiemn insn . . """".'ivr;,., . rid
rne n s unurcn bi m j. ,.. .....-
Cathedral cemetery
MABOMf-On December 14. 1014, ED Tit,
st 8 130 a m, from 1001 nitner st SJmn
High Msse of Requiem st the Chnrhi.0i,fiS
Jlonlca, t 10 m. preelsely. lntennnt
Holy Cross Cemetery.
MKMIE L'HARLOTTB MENHE, 4203 Ha"
Blelon st. j !
MOORE. On December 14, 1014, MART B
widow of Richard Mei ruMrat en
Ices at Second Presbyterian Church, 4lh iM1,,
Benson sts., Camden, N, ,f , Thursday, De
cember 17, at 11.10 p. m Interment prlste,U
Evergreen Cemetery.
PEPPER. On December 18, 1014, MAROAp
HBT A , widow of Edw Pepper. Funeral.,
on Wednesday, at II a. tn , the parlors, n
of Albert Moore, 722 North. Broad sL In1
tfment private, at Fernnood Cemeterj". t
liniNFIHK.n. On December 14. 1014
MARIE LOUISE REINI-RICD, widow of
Joseph Relnfrled Funeral on Thursday, at ,
8130 a. m, from her late residence. ,1137
Wallace st. Solemn High Requiem Mass Bg
the Cathedrsl, nt 10 a. m. Interment Cathc
dral Cemetery. H
rilKLAN, On December 14 1814, at Mt
Riyal, N. J., aLESIENT, husband of Beasl
J'helan and son of the late James and Annie A
Phelsn Funeral on Saturday, at 8 a. nW T
from the residence of Thomas Hopper, 149
Rojeberry ft. High Mnss of Requiem at th'
Lady or Mt. Carmel Church, at 0:30 a. m..
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
JIIBDON. On December l4, 1014, JOHN II.
IHBDON. Relatltes and friends, also Car
riage And Wagon Builders' Association of
Philadelphia, nro Invited o attend the
funeral services, on Thursday mornlnc nt
Urandywlne st. Interment private.
SAVAGE. On December 14. 1014, JOHN,
husband of the late Catharine Savage. Due
hot Ice of funeral will be given, from the
residence of his son, Harry Savage, north-.Bf
west corner 3d and Berks sts. J"
SELZER. On December' 14. 1014. JOltNAt
husband of Pauline Reiser (nee llaenel), etrf
hts resldenee. 2241 Emerald at. Due notes'
of the funersl will be given,
8TETHICR. On December 12. 1014, JAMES
'. HTirTSFR, Sr., aged SO years, hushand ot
Busle Sletser (nee Klllle). Funeral on Wed
nesday, nt 2 p m.. from rcald'nco of hie
son, Clalro Sletser, S20 Paul st Gloucester
-J?AV.vM, J' Interment nt t'eilar Orovc
THOMAS On December is. 1014. MART.
widow of Charles C. Tliomas. Funeral eerr
Ices on Wednesday, at 1 p. nt., nt 317 NortS
Sslford at (fiOth snd Vine). Interment pri
vate, at Cedar Hill Cemeterv.
TUCKEn. On December 14, 1014, OEOROE.
husband of Emma Tucker (neo llRmlltontj
Fbneral on Wednesday, at 2 p. m., fromdls
lata residence, 110 Kalgnh ate., Canidcn, N7
.T. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery. ,
VANDroIIIIT. At Elwood. N. J., on ilon-V
day, December 11. 1TJ14, MARTyir, wlfefoLH
Arehlo L, Vandegrlft. runeral services on
Thursday, December 1. at 10 a m N afp
Presbvterlan Church. Elwood, N, J, Interij-r
ment Elwood Cemetery. -
IVHITE On December 14, 1014, WILLIAM?,
It. WHITE, at bis late residence, 1421 West1
Erie avenue. Due notice of the funeral wllt-r
be irhen.
WOI.rE. At Jefforson Hospital. PlilUdel-' ,
phla, at 0 o'clock a. tn . on December 15 v
1014, LEON B WOLFE. Relatives and
friends are Invited to attend the funeral f)
ervtces on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clork.
nt tho apartments of Oliver II. Hair, 1S20 n
Chestnut street. Also services at Lonlsburg.
la.. on Friday morning1 at 11 o'clock. Inter ,
ment In Lewlsburg. .X
WRIGHT. On December 12, 1014. MAnY ,
E., wife of John B. Wright. Funersl sen- '
Ices on Wednesday, at 1 p. m., at 2031
Glrard ave. Interment private, at Northwool v
Cemetery. '
TOUNO. On December 14. 1014, REBECCA,
viifs of William J. Young- and daughter ot 1
Oeorgo E.and Annlo Walton. Funeral on'
Thursday, December 17, at 2 p. in., from?
6am Edmund at., Tacony. Interment Magnolia'
Cemetery. nf
ZHIIACK. SOnilE ZUDACK, 27th ancli '
Passyunk ave. tff
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Situations wanted, three Inser- j
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Permitted In all classifications except HelpST?
and Situations Wanted. Lost and Found, Per
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Three Insertions In a Tfeel:.... 17ieperilna
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testant preferred, able to answer telephoned
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HOUSEWORIC-Whlte woman. Protestan'tit r '
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