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O LJKJUfGKK PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER
17,
1914.
COUNCILS PROCEEDINGS
ooumls' $50,000
-,.ME WON'T SOLVE
PROBLEM OF POOR
0-i 1 .!..,
Charity Workers Take
Mayor Blankenburg's
.View That Appropriation
mftWas a Mistake.
j ,
, pbarity worker aalil today that tho
10,000 appropriation of muhlclpal fund
fdf relief of the unemployed, first agitated
months ago by Councilman. John P.
hcllr and othr Ornahliatloti leaders
9 -4 I - .
WJk hro-electlon appeal, Which la finally
v'lnblb by Mayor litanlionbura's sic-
' tfathrn. mil not mltr the tnoblpm.
F,J. "the Major issued, at tho time of sign
ing the measure, a statement reiterating
, hla opposition to the principle of giving
public money as alms to relievo suffering
and declared he sinned tho bill merely
j, lojaemonsimie mo imiiiiy 01 bucu ap
F plication of public funds.
! lfo repeated his belief that the munlol-
L- pol revenues should bo niert In creating
worn ror tne unompioyou on peimanent
f pjlbllc betterments.
BsSrt, approve It because It has not been
I" declared Illegal by the t'lty Solicitor," ho
rsrtiu. y
jtWlthln a ftv hours after the Havor
sinned tho measure four of tho leiullmr
5hur(tnblo organisations of the city Is-
,t,1 n Inltif atnfamiiiit 1n1lnltifr l nlnrii
p their facilities for Investigation and din
tr button nt the dlsnosnl of tho l;mcr-
lKfncy Aid Committee h distributing tho
Svowjj.
The four societies refusing their co
rporation and their representatives slgn-
lng tho statement are the Home Mission
ary Eocloty, Arthur Warner: the Union
Hencvolcnf Society, u. C. I'urvcs; tho
united Hebrew Charities, Max Herzbcrg,
and tho Society for Organizing Charity,
Btevons Heckscher.
Tho Emergency Aid Copimlttee, through
u filch tho money Is til bo expended after
(j tMlng appropriated to the Department of
Health ana Charities, Includes In Its
membership a number of Philadelphia
society women. .Hoadquarters of the com
mittee, -which, had planned to uso the;
fucllltleo of the established organlzatlonj
itr charity in distributing the (30,000, aro
nt MS Walnut street, .
THE MAYOR'S STATEMENT.
Mayor Blankenburg, In hla statement,
commondfl the motives of tho members
1 ot. the Emergency Ala Committee, but
"" Municipalities should Increase their
public worxa o as to give employment
to the greatest possible number of those
who would ordinarily be employed In
nrlvti enterprises.
"The money of the city Is money raised
by taxation, and Bhould be devoted to
purely publ(q purposes, and not distrib
uted In eharllablo relle'f through any pri
vate' acency. however worthy.
"In times of distress, citizens who aro
blessed with more of this worlds goods
than Is absolutely necessary for their
well-being should Increase tholr charitable
contributions, even to the point of deny
ing themselves luxuries and comforts
which they would otherwise ue jusuneu
IjVjenJpyipg.
QHA1UTY WORKERS' STATEMENT.
' .tfha heads of the charitable organiza
tions rofusfni their co-operation with the
Eiriergency Atd Committee repeated their
opposition to the appropriation.
In part their statement said:
"Wo would deem It unwise to take part
In the administration of .public moneys.
"VYes think thai, the Emergency Aid, the
churchea. charitable, organizations, em
ployers and Individuals can, by co-operation
and the support of a generous public,
meet tho present situation without c'ty
funds, and can quietly and efficiently
administer to the Individual needs of each
case aa necessity requires
fOf the first Kd applicants to the Emer
gency Aid. 6C1Q were already under the cara
of existing haritles. We believe that tho
experience gained In administering tho
JSO,O0O fund will show It to be unwise for
Councils to make further appropriations
for relief. Large appropriations should
be made for public Improvement, as other
' cities are doing, thereby giving real work
to the unemployed at real wage."
Tho heads of a number of established
organizations for cj.ia"rl,ty have opposed
the, municipal appropriation" plnce It was
first suggested, and several days ago a
, representation called on Mayor Rlsnken
burrr, urslng him to veto the bill.
The leaders; of the charitable organiza
tjpna sy the municipal appropriation is
a bad precedent, attracts dependents to
this city, tenda to diminish the contribu
tions to the societies from private sources
and Qthamise cripples thler work as
veil as Increases their burdens.
BETTER APPARATUS
FOR FIGHTING FIRES
ASSURED TO CITY
COUNCILS GETS ESTIMATES
ON 1915 MAINTENANCE
Demands Are 90,000,000 More Than
Probflblo Revenue,
Coujiclls received today the recommen
dations of the Finance Committee on the
appropriations for operation and main
tenance of olty and county deportments
during 1913.
Seventeen of the county ofllce budgets
were pasted by Council nt the aeeelon
last Thursday '
City Controller Walton says tho total
available revenue of the city will be
$31,(75 060 during 191J. The requests from
munlclpnl nml county branched for 1915
lmvo reached a total of (3 1,00, 0"0
T11 tho secret semlem- of the Subcom
mittee on Appropriations Items In tho
nlclpal departments receiving principal "K'""' "Sym promises .to effect re-
attentlon. Members of the rinanco Com- lonna nucr a series ot aiannine
mittee contend that Items' aggregating-closures mado through lnVesIsations.
WCO'.MO arc for permanent Improvement As soon aa a printed. atatemonV pre-
atid should be met from the loan fund ..,i K.. .1,. . 1 'ii--. t wif
The City tlepirtinenta asked for amounts 'a,'1 tho National Board of Pre
rg'-re-tntlng 15,W,l"':,''r 131." Thin jear I'litlorwrltcra and summarizing the de
they rc-lcd I:,"I9."M. fnttp, it plncrd before Couhclls, that
Holh blniichfa 0' 1 oiiftclln I mcti In ' -,, uilrtake action to jjrgvlde adequate
'f !nl session nel 'I'tiesdat 1 ntl the wok ' protection tor tho tlty.
Reforms Will Be Result of
Investigation Conducted by
National Board of Underwriters.
Pressure exerted on Councils td correct
Meiious tuvflicleniy of Plladelphla' lire.
fellonlng to pass nil bt.d-fcti toi main
tenance of tie comit and city depurt
menta and the ordinance authorizing tho
"II, "00,000 municipal loan,
DEVICES TO SAFEGUARD
TRAVEL ON "L" ROADS
Interborougli "Manns:erThlnlcs Inven
tions Will Prevent Collisions.
NEW VORK, Pec. 1T.-A aafetj device,
which will tmder colllslciis on electrically
operated railroads practically Impossible,
and another that will eliminate danger
of fire In the event of a wreck In which
wooden com figure, are being experi
mented with by tllo in'srboi oukIi Rapid
Transit Company, according to the testi
mony given by Frnnk itcdlcy, general
manager of tho company, before the Pub
lic Scivlce Commission, which la now
Investigating two recent 1,-iood "W celts.
Mr Hcdley raid nfter the first nreck,
In which two persona wero killed and
about M Injured, he had hit upon a de
lce by means of which any passenger or
guard on n wrecked train could tin 11
off the panel at the substation by press
ing a button, and thus pi event tha short
circuit, which Is the cause of fire Tho
second device Is Intended to prevent tuo
trnlnM approaching very closely, except at
a rate of speed which would cause no
damage In case of n smash-up
Tho witness bellovod that wooden cars
had some ndxnntagcs over steel earn,
absorbing the force of n collision more
teadlly; whereas, ho Kald jitccl Cars might
bo thrown to tha street. He also ex
pressed tho belief that the operation of
n train from the fourth Instead of tho
first car was safe In nn emergency.
"Mr Hcdley." said Chairman McCall,
"I don't believe you can over make us
believe there la the proper degree of
safety In that kind of opetatlon."
fc-JIlE OPPOSITE STATE OAPITOI.
irAUUraBURO. Dec. 17 - Flra this
morning damaged three upper floors of
the Harrisburg Maspnlo Temple, opposite
th main entrance to the Capitol, to the
extent of 110,000. Two lodgerooma and
Cti quartern ot Pilgrim Commandery, No.
X), Knights Templar, suffered most.
TIIE WEATHER
Official Forecatt
WASIUNCTON. Dec. 17.
ir eastern Pennsylvania and New
fty- rair tonight and rrjdayi not
eriamre in temperature, moderate
j-fah west winds.
11 tewperaturM are siigpuy lower tlua
ring in the Ohio basin, upper Mlchl-
xna poruona of New Bnsland. while
SWhere there haa been a moderate but
a-wieral reaatlon to warmer. Along; the
middle Atlantis slope the rlae haa been
tbftut S dtgreea, but In the northern
?l-ln State? It Jm amountad to from
Jft t W dasrafes. Th ereat of the illgh
1 area is pver Indiana, and no
chanve in temperature la indl-
the (astern portion of the ooun-
rue next s hours. Mfht pre
h4a (icourred in the Lake
1 iHHtthem Plains States, south-
ana eoutrurn C'ailfgrnla.
U. S. WeatUe Duresu Bulletin
1 V1J tn- w Vm
KlLm.H$mJLlti
&&. n
X .H-H
?3G,000 FOR TWO SCHOOLS
City Kecelves Annual Appropriation
Front State Department.
An appropriation of HO.OOO was received
today by City Treasurer William Mc
Coach from the State Department of
Public Education as the sum puid an
nually by the Commwealth townrd main
taining the Philadelphia Normal School
for Girls and tho Philadelphia School
of Pedasogy. The appropriation is
merged with the general school fund.
' FIGHTS COLD STOBAQE BILL
C. F. Droste Denies There Io a But
ter and Egg Monopoly.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 17 Charles F.
Droste, president of tho New York Mer
cantile Uclianne, uppeaicd before tho
House Committee, on Interstate arid
Foreign Commerce today In opposition tn
tho McKtllar bill, limiting tlm period of
cold storage and foodstuffs. He denied
thut theirs was any monopol of tho
butter, ecir or poultry business.
"It Is tho moat wide open competitive
scramble in America," Mr, Droste de
dal ed.
This assurance -was alien by Common
Councilman John P Connelly, chairman
of Councils' Cotnmltteo on Finance, to
Chalrmah, Bnsch, of tho committee on
Mknllelirtr;ffalrs of the Upard ot Trade,
nrtd to ,1, II Howland, engineer of tho
l'ho Prevention Commltteo wf tho Na
tional Uoaitl of Fire Underwriters, follow
ing thiee d.iyo" conferences with Mnvor
lllankenburg and other cltyiOOllals, Tho
printed statement wll bo prepared within
Mr. ijowland's mission In Philadelphia
was to awaken Councils and pther oftlclalt
tn the nrnvity of tho situation. Before ho
left todav he expressed himself as en
couraged by the conferences and promises.
Ah a sequel to tho Visit, Director Porter
will have testa made pf seotlbns of hose
which havo been In Service for more than
thieo yenrs
The visit was occasioned by complaints
of Insurance cnmpnnles'arld business men,
who contend that the syslcm Je defective
nn"d that If n great fire should dnc,o make
headway It would sweep tho cfty. In
surance rates In the central part of tho
city arc exceptionally high, "and, on the
othrr hnnd, iho Insurance companies
umlptnln that tho risks nro et too great
"Tho fire department haa Improved
since 1011 In the Installation of some motor-propelled
npparatus and the estab
lishment of drill Instruction," said Mr.
Howland. "But comparatively little has
been accomplished toward carrying out
tho more Important rrcommcndatlons of
our orcanlsation, the object of which la
to prevent large fires.
"For example, trio ladder service Is very
weak and nddltlonnl enpdne companies
and hose companies are needed. The
fire alarm system la defective! the box
elrcullR arc heavily overloaded, and
the undersroiind system should be ex
tended. Higher water pressure and larger
mains nre necessary, and tho excessive
per capita consumption of water ought to
be stopped. These nro some q,f tho moat
Important featurca that require Immediate
and favorable consideration.
"The total amount of hoso In service
here compnres very favorably with that
In uso In New York and other large cities.
Hut 40 per cent, of tho hoso la more than
five years old, which of dtsclf Indicates
that there, Is a feature ot unreliability
thoro that should be cdrrectcd. A great
many hoses ha"o buist at fires, and regu
lar tests of tho older hoso have not here
tofore been made,"
LIVE WIRE HELD KAN FAST
N.Y. DEMOCRATS AROUSED
Send Word to White House TJrglng
Harmony.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 17,-New York
State Democrats, It was said today, had
aent word to the White Ilout-c that unless
patronage rows between the Administra
tion and Senator O'Uormtni were quickly
settled harmonious action by the Demo
cratic party In New York State In 1910
would be Impossible.
Representative Smith, of Now York, to
day conferred with President Wilson
over the rejection of the nomination of
John D. Lynn as, United States Attorney
for the Western District of New York,
He told the President frankly what New
York Democrats thought about the sit
uation and that most of them were In
clined to uphold Senator O'.Gorman in I
i.i ftiiiK I
by
ASSESSMENT COST 848,471
1250 Assessors Paid for Work
County Commissioners.
Assessment of voters In the 1346 election
divisions of the city haa been completed,
and the assessors today made their re
turns to the County Commissioner.
Bach aasessor received I3S.50 for hi
work, payments being made by the Com
missioners today. The total amount paid
the IMS assessors was 11S.171.W.
Six Men Had to Work Hard to Re
lease Lineman.
POTTSVIULiT:, Dec, 17, Morris Werner,
a lineman, mounted a pole, a dozen
squares away from the scene of the Are
toduy, looking for "wire trouble."
He cmno n cont.ict with a live wire
and was held fast on the polo until a
half-dozen other linemen supplied with
rubber sloves came ito his resoqe. It re
quired consldeiable effort to release him
from the electric current's embrace He
la unconscious and In a critical condition,
Per cent dividends heeded more In
come or Increases In fates'
"7. When did ihe Commission or any
Individual commissioner see George Dal
las Dixon, or any other agent of the
PehnsylvanlA. Railroad, prior 15 the
promulgation of the order ot Decem
ber 12.
"8. Hdw many private hearings or
meetings .were held with railroad offl
olola or tliclf nguntn prior to the pub
lic announcement of tho commission's
order of December 127 Where wero
theso meetings held, how many meet
ings transpired, who was present and
what was said 7
"9. Why wero not counsel for tho
commuters Invited to attend these prl
ate hearings?
QUESTION BOARD'S FINDING.
"10. How did yoilr commission arrive
At the conclusion that It was fair and
reasonable
"(a) That 100-trlp tickets should bo
limited to six mouths 7
"(b) That Hi cents per mile should
be the basis of computation for the
100-lrlp tickets?
"(c) That tho ten-trip tickets bo based
on a 2-eent-a-mllo. computation Instead
of I'i centM, or W per cent, of a single
faro charge?
"(d) That CO-trlp monthly tickets and
school tickets should be good for 'CO
daa In addition to date ot laaue'?
"(e) That no action should be pub
Ilshed regarding the abolition of work
men's tickets, package tickets, round
trip excursion tickets or the 60-trip
tickets good for one year?
"(f) That the 60-trlp monthly tickets
should all be advancod approximately
on a K cents per station basla?
"(g) That tha M-trlp school tickets
should all be advanced approximately on
a SO cents per statlcn basis?
"11, Why wan It necessary for tho
railroads to receive advance Information
of the commission's final order? '
"it Why wm It necessary for tho
railroads to Die new schedules before
December IS?
"la To what conclusion did you come
relative to yo claim of Improper post
ing? "14. Did you consider the evidence
pointing to collusion?
"15, On what, basla did you adjust
tho Philadelphia rates ''and limitation
of privileges, when It was admitted that
New York commuters from New Bruns
wick and Intermediate stations nre
privileged with a DO-trlp family ticket
good for one year?"
Seek Assurance of Snow's Removal
A delegation of business men from tho
vicinity of S2d and Market streets called
on Director Cooke toduy requesting that
snow-removal work of the city this win
ter be extended to Include several blocks
on each of those thoroughfares. The Di
rector told the delegation nn effort will
be made to comply with their request.
PI1W DESTROYS BIG
BLOCK IN PQTTSVILLB
; . ,i , i f.
Continued horn Part One
the fife was discovered the entire square
was a roaring biaz.
Sp&rks wero carried, for a. Qlstahco of
half a mile and burning pieces of wood,
a foot In length, woro hurled through
thb air and dropped on the rpofs of
buildings within a radius of several
squares.
The tlamc's spread rapidly from the
Woolworth. store, occupying the leased
P. J. Ferguson building, and the Academy
of Muslo and Union Hall were next to
go. They were a mass of ruins Within a
half hour. Tho Cowen drug store was
then attacked by the flames, and next
the hat store of O W, Mortimer, both
being burned to tf)e ground.
These buildings were all about the
Woolworth, where the blae had Its
origin.
CHRISTMAS STOCK DESTROYED,
Just to tho north, the fire Jumped to
tho JOrltton Hoffman Company's large
store, which In a short time was burned
to the ground, Continuing Its northward
sweep, the flrn next attacked the Moun
tain City Building, one of tho city's old
cat landmarks, tho oradle of two plptleer
banking institution, lately remodeled for
the largest department ktoro In Schuylkill
County, that ot J Mlehle & Son, In
corporated. Thla, with Us Immense Christinas
atock, was burned to the ground. The
groat heat from this fire caused the
flames to leap across Korwogtan street
to the building of B P. Mortimer, a dry
goods merchant, and that of Dr. E. A.
Goodatl. Some new buildings. In progrtaa
of erection by he Mortimer cstato. In
tho path of tho flames, were alsd badly
damaged.
Th liKlrv ntnre of W. II. Mortimer
and the tailoring; eatauuanment or w. it.
Warmkessel and the dental quarters of
Dr. J. T. Flulrr were also damaged to
the extent ot thousands of dollars.
The properties of John I.agus. a res
tauratour; Mrs. Herman Raben. and Wil
liam CRelff were also badly damaged.
The big business firms will claim 0 per
cent, on their stock alone from Insur
ance companies. It Is said.
The Pennsylvania National Bank Is also
destroyed. On account of the great heat
all overhead wires were melted and tele
graph and telephone and electric wire
poles have fallen, together with the
walls of the doomed buildings.
This made It hazardous for the fire
men to fight the flames and several ot
them had narrow escapes. Many Indus
trial establishments are unablo to work
because their machinery Is run by elec
tricity, all power being cut off tempor
arily, Local newspaper plants, which depend
on motor power, have been hard hit and'
experienced great aimciilty in getting out
their editions. The fire had Its origin In
the same building where about 11 year
ago tho Woolworths had a heavy loss
during the holiday season.
MURPHY'S STORY
READ AT HIS TRIAL
FOR FISHER MURDER
Accused Man Causes Ex
citement in Court and Re
fuses to Have Anything to
, Do With His Counsel.
v
MT, HOLLT, N, J Dee. 17,-Ilepeatedly
commenting on the testimony given by
witnesses called for the State and push
ing his counsel away when efforts were
made to quiet him. Edgar C. Murphy In
jected some excitement In Ills trlat fpr
the murder of Herman Fisher when the
case was resumed 'today. It took two
men to keep him quiet at times, und he
refused to have anything to do with his
countel When ex-Sheriff Jordan and
Clifford R. Powell testified they had
found Murphy's suit case and an um
brella along the Taylor's lane road, Just
tUiere he had told them he had left
them on tho day of the murder, and
mentioned that a letter addressed to Ella
Ooldy, of Camden, wan among the con
tents. Murphy called out:
That letter was not takon from my
coat pocket at nil. What's (he useo f
lying about It that way. I never told
Powell no such thing."
Sheriff Jordan testified that after the
umbrella and amtctuo containing Mur
phy's clothing had been brought to tho
Jail the prisoner was shown the con
tents, Jordan, Prosecutor Atkinson and Clifford
B. Powell, stenographer, said before Mur
phy made his confesalon he was warned
that anything he mleht say volunarlly
would be used as evidence against him.
After a lego! battle over the admission
of the confession, Justlco Kadlsch ruled
that, as It was voluntary. It was,acceptl
bla as testimony, and It was read by
Aaaemblyman Robert Peacock, who s as
sisting the prosecutor. It covers 19 pages.
In It Murphy said:
"About three or four jears ago I was
Uis
Have a Real Santa
Claus in Your Home
aire thi Klddlts a real treat
Santa Claua coatumci. wtgB anil
btardi to hire, reasonable.
HKI.IANCi: CO.
lit Walnut Ht,
run over by a wag and ever slm &
l,ave been bothered with palnr '" m
head I get epells and don't know what
I am doing. On Saturday my head b"-,
gan hutting mA 1 didn't know what I
was doing, tf I killed Herman Flshf
I didn't kpow what 1 was doing thn '
did it with r. gun t got from home Two
days before that I had PM, got"
gun ond hid It In the woods and I left t
there until I u,cd it. I waited for I r
matt alohg the litis irf Mm rem When
he came along I pulled tho WeJ. j
pulled the trigger, I did I had ih -spell
that I could have pulled the half
but of my own head. When X was spin
home with the gun I met George, Her
man's brother, and my common sense
seemed to come back.
"I went home with the gun. got ti re
volver and went out with him to hunt for
Herman, I knew what had bftome of
Herman, but didn't tell him We found
tho body. That afternoon I started 'out
with a allse anvd umbrella and hid Iherni
along tho Taylor's Lane road. I guess 1 1
started to go to Camden to see Ella
Goldy. I don't know where I went nfter
that. Before Herman camo along l law
in the bushes with my head In my handn.
I had n spell. When my hest) hurts I Just
stagger like a. drunken man. I got -the
shells from home, and those empty ones
ou found nro Just .like tho ones home I
aw Herman In the afternoon and ho, told
me ho was golnir to see his girl, I knfwr
that was at Wllhelm's house C vmltcd
about nn hour fcr him I would have shot,
anbody coinlna- along then. I had noth
ing on my mind about ;Hermun Nobody
know I was going lo do It. t Just got up
and shot, but heard nobody come along.v
It Just happened lo be Herman wan hit.
I had three shells and shot twice Every
thing I say Ib true." .
Many other things of minor Importance
and already brought out by witnesses
were Included In the confession.
Flro In Baltimore Factory
BALTIMOHE, Dec. 17. Fire In the
showcase factory of F. X. Ganton. South
Baltimore, caused $10,000 damage this
morning.
Useful Christmas Gifts
COFFEE
PERCOLATORS
CHAFING DISHES
FIREPLACE
FIXTURES
The Pric are Not High and the
Good are Choice. Come and See.
1 1 626 Chestnut St.
f z vn
CITIZENS BETRAYED
ASSERT COMMUTERS
Continued from I'ueb One
state Commence Commission
cember 7
"3. Did not your Commission adopt
thla scale of revision as the basla of
your final order?
"M. Why werei the hearings in Phila
delphia necessaty, and did you con
sider the testimony taken there In ar
riving at your final oonclualon?
"5. Wusn't It a violation of your oath
of olllce to give private hearings to
litigants In a case before your
"0. How did you conclude from the
evidence that the Pennajlvanla Railroad,
still paying 6 pet cent, dividends, and
the Heading Hallway, still paying "0
5
For "HIM"
nothlnar could be more acceptable
than larre bottle of coolco bay
rum or toilet water to uae after
harlnr. Or a fine ahavuiE bruih.
Wo have a varied and complete
lock of men's toilet luxuries, and
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Unfermented
This Joyoms Grape
leverage Brings New
Christmas Cheer
THIS is Champanale's first Christ
mas! It is the newest and best of
beverages. Its flavor is new, its bouquet
is new. Fresh and sparkling as Christmas
morning, Champanale has a spicy deli
ciousness which amazes connoisseurs.
Champanale is an unfermentedchanipaene
joyous, bubbling, brilliant, but without a trace
M alcohol pressed from world-famous white
Niagara grapes, sun ripened and luscious. With
this rich white grape juice is blended-ripe grape
fruit, an infusion of pure ginger, and pure cane
sugar just enough of each. ,. '
Champanale is Nature's ehhif-Puli. rv,,;-
beverage, appetizing to folks in robust health
and recommended by physicians for q'qnva
lecnts. IVy a bottle before Christmas your
grocer- can supply you taste its wonderiul
flavor and get its vivacity. It will be your
incentive o order a supply for Cnnstmas dinner
and for rtany a future occasion. Served bv
leading hotels, cafes and clubs of the city,
Sample bottle free if yQU will send us the name
of your groceiand ten cents.
Serve in Champagne Glasses
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