EVENING LEPGBK-FHIIADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914,
PRICES CLOSED AT
LOW LEVELS FOR
DAY; MONEY DROPS
Slocks Liost Earlier Strength
in Late Trading Foreign
, eign Exchange Down.
' Steel' Week. .
NBW YORK, Dec. 22.-TKc dismissal of
the Government suit ngalnst the I.elilKh
Valley Hallro&d caused a moro bullish
sentiment In speculative circles and was
effective In checking lho( selling movement
In the "coal stocks, which wits the fea
ture of yesterday's trading. The esti
mates as to tho limited effect of the
Pennsylvania rate decision received moro
consideration, and In placo of the pres
aure against ths coal stocks, which- fol
lowed the news of that decision, there
jras an urgent demand, which was re
sponded to with- advances over 1 point
In Heading and Lehigh Valley,
In the lata afternoon a reaction set In
In some- of tho specialties and declines
were made all, nlojig tho. l(no In, sympathy.
V. 8. Steel made' a new low "selling for
the present movement 'by selling at 48.
Raiding dropped to Ui. American tee
went to 10, down. 2i from t,ho opening;
.Pennsylvania, 106, off i, Bethlehem,
Steel, on the other hand, was strong, ad
vancing to 45T4, compared with 42"4 at the
More Interest was also devoted to the
effect of tho advances In freight rates
which wllj go Into effect early In the
new year, and there was evidence of
Increased investment buying, especially of
the trunk line shares, Now Haven rose
t aooui i point uetore noon to os, out una
advance was preceded by vigorous up
3 turns In the three classes of short-term
$ note Issues by tho New Haven system
I early In the ,year. For a, long ll.mo these
F: notes were neglected In the Investment
buying which had been noted In the
j short-term market, and they could have
been bought at a substantial discount.
? Today the Now Haven 5 per ceht. notes
range above 97 and only a few small lots
can be bought around this higher level.
Bethlehem Steel made a further gain
of more than 2 points, with the bulk of
t the buying coming through Philadelphia
I houses. A good part of the local demand
' for Bethlehem Steel represents switching
of holdings of United States Steej, which '
f can be effected to advantage by thoio
who regard Bethlehem Steel stock us thu
bettor of the two Issues.
s Selling on thli account has had much
to do with tho recent decline In tho price.
of'Unlted States Steel, but support camo
to, the leading industrial when Its prlco
fell below 49 today. It was thought tlwt
. this was Induced by a desire to keep tho
price Of United States Steel from ap
proaching the Stock Exchange minimum
of 48 ns long as possible.
The general list showed a strong tone
after tho opening. This can be attributed
to a good extent to tho excessive supply
of both call and time money, which Is
forcing a readjustment of market values
of Investment Issues, and has a. conse
quential effect on tho speculative Issues.
Wall street awaited with some anxiety
the debiting of the Lusltanla tonight. This
Is, the first ship to arrive which sailed
from Buropeslnce the resumption of busi
ness on the New- York Stock Exchange,
and rumor had It that there were ap
proximately $3,000,000 worth of securities
Aboard. Whether these had atrcndjrbeenj
f uiantu, ui imuuKii nu(i selling was n
x matter of opinion. So far very Uttlo for
elgrj selling, of .American stocks and bonds
has been reported, but today there were
said to be considerable offerings of United
States Steel 'rom foreign sources. The
stock, however, waa readily ubsorbed.
The fell in foreign exchange ta a new
low level today rather accentuated the
belief that holdings of our securities
".broad might bo o)(J by the warring na-
tloris Instead or patting .with 'heir big.
holdings of gold at this time.
Central Leather did not respond. to the
annbiincement of an Increase bt 1 per,
cent. In tho dividend, tho company today
declaring 3 per cent., against 2 -pet cent
a year ago. The atook was quoted at
37fl. off H. Pennsylvania, held at 107, last
night's olosing. This Issue Is held In
. 'friendly regard by Investment Interests
r and there Is n. disposition In these In-
" Uresis to consider Its dividend maln-
., tenance as certain, no matter what the
H -changes In freight rates' on anthracite
S& m,Hty "'ruok-a new ow level In
the late afternoon by going to :, per cent.
BATES TOR, MOEY
Tort ..., .. 2JJ0 3'Jotjf
g? S 6i & SsK
eailtll UUt. tliraa In .1. ZjLTv... nMil
anityi, lufrp jar cent. "' ""
Reserve Banks' Discount Bates
- 5to!l . i ft
MUiUtlphla. ....;..,".." ft
5feflh)vland ...... 5
S5T Jilehmoiul ., ........... r
r Atlanta ,. ....... ...... &
. rit, 1-oujs ,ii..,jai
Kna city , ... n&
Ctllu ,...'. flU
Bn Francisco .. .-.;.. ..... a -
,, ilANK CLEABINQS '
lUrlk: clearings otdey oerapare iwlth oorr.
ponding day last two yeara-
r 1014. 1UIS .. 1m.
PhllldelphU. ISS.i3-t.0l8 83,10S,SJ l29.717.flH
Boston ,,.. iitojiia Mii iMi isTsTf.'ttta
LOCAL BID Aim. ASKED
Bid. Aaked. BhTAidi
iLv 5fMwIU Wit-..,.-
Tle Sloraja. CT..'..
- ".Er''" v
.tOSU t(M 10S li
MS i3H H i
k lL a A
r ' --' . -T"
J Kay t o ...;
ah rtrat ....
Phlt Co . .
R T t c
xsK eommirc(l (nr 41r U ouSad
3 "" V w iW'wtjt M
sauitiEa to AtjfWi4
NVW Y&itK DtL ii Ul. ITCM -Mrkt
grU SUy. J3Se ..n.U, .iwniery .4
fciiilaj. ilun-i ,eii ad uuasiikd. .
.. t i 'fa.i'. ti3. htzaat fij
. is Vv S..I.
sH sfc ah n.
-4 W SH
vm W J?.; &
".:I t I I
-.f & f ft.
' QiOW frto .-'.
, gT?tt . ,-
i J Six
NEW YORK STOCK SALES
Ym.ci. ftleh Low
AIlij Chlmers tr. . .
21U 25M SO
Am. Cotton Oil ....... 3SW 40
Am. nide A Leather... . -iji Mi
Am. Ice 23 7235
Amlco 23K 23M
American Atalt pref- . 10W
Am.Smelllnp rili ffli
American Smeltlne preMOO -10O
i c.... inn
Am.Tel.Tel....:...117H 118, 117 117M
AmcriMn Tobacco pref. .. I03 VOW 103f
Anaconda Copper .. 23H 2S'( 2."!i
lll. DU..I.. ...... . .vu .wi. . --"
AjsdIi Realltatlon , . . , f a
AtcMson '.. C8K P2 02H
nitohio., on 70 onu
nalllmore $ Ohio prtf . CO C9$ 09)4
tiflbPleel..... 42ii lfi A2M
llethlchem Sleel ptcf 88 S8
nrnnllcn H.nM Tnlt. fUI U!( Rt!
Canadian Pac KM lfiWt 135JS 153Jf
rnlrall.ratheri...... 37K 37!( 30!(
ChesftOhlo 42f 42) 42!f
Chlno Copper 33U 331i 32W
ChlcaBoOreat Western. .. 10i 10U
Chlcapo.Mll. SI. Paul.. SSJlf SSW 875
do 2d pref ...'.,.
. 29 . .20 20 29
Cor., Can ,
do pref .....'.-. k 8S)i
Frio.... .ntiH 2a 22W
Krlc 1st pref
.:t .'. 3S!i 35
Conol (I.U.... .w.i. .
Del. LaeJt. &AVeJt4rjw.
1141J 114U 114!f
124"'12U 12 12H
- -300. 390 390
0 0 GM 0
iHf o . n
Clcneral Chemical. ,'
iU'r. Iw "fiw 10?
.139k 131f 130 130
02 02 92
Gen Motbr pref...
O cod tie!!' Co....'. j
24H 24Mi 24 M
113!f 112 '113W
Great North Ore. .Cent. . . .
HarmtcrN J ...i...w 00H
111 Central l.!..;.l-
Intcrboro Met pref. .... "
International Papor.. . --8
Kansas City Southern
l.acledoClas - '
Lehigh Valley. 133! i
Mercantile Marine, j. . " L '
Miami Copper -.
Missouri I'adflo.. -.'.... 'lOi
National Bbcult.. .'..-.. ..
do pref .,
18! i 18 .
Nevada Con., ... . .
N. Y.. N. II. & a..
New York Cen...
Norfolk & West. . .
107 107H 107H
107H 106U 107
110 110 110
rcoplo's Oas. ........ .110
Pressed Stcol Car 30U
llcpubllc Iron & Steel..
do 1st pref .
do 2d pref
'J ecnessee Copper.
Texas & Pacific.
Union Tac War .
US Rubber 1st pref
Unlttd .Cigar Mfe
145H 144X 144)i
10 19 19
IX 1 1,
2 IX IX
SO 80 80
83X 82 82) i
16X 15 16
45 45 45
31X 31X 31X
80 80 SO
aix ::nx ix
13 13 13
12S 128 128 '
35 35 35
117X H0U H6!i
78X 78X 7HX
27X 27X 27X
102X 102 102X
40X IS'.' 48X
105X 104,X 10-IX 104)f
4IX 4H1 41H 4
United Cigar Mfc'prer .
man Copper, 47U
Western Union 67,lf
nVestinghouse t'lec. -.. . 07
Total salea, 120,400 tiharcs.
NEW YORK BOND SALES
Itleh. low. Close.
SU0O Adams Rxpreaa 4s.... Ml.
MX) Adnnu h.xpreas en 4i, 0074
40OO Amar Cot Oil 4Hs
wJ0 Ann Arbor it
1(100 Armour Co -IVis... .
llOmi Atctilaon -Is
310O Atctilaon adj 4a ntp.
0OUO Atchlaon cv 4a
1O00O Atchlaon 0 5s
l'.'OK) Uuit & Ohio au
. si ;
iuuj iuiil k Lnm rru in..
Iflm Halt Ohio ov 4'l.. 84
30OD il&O V I.KdWV 4a. . . 70J4
fiuou Ualt o tlwn 3U.. Hh
WW Beth 8tl 6 09-S
I7O0O VHtb Htoel rfd 5i... Stji
MOCtt Ilrook Itep TV it 1018. OS.
aw) Brook Hap Tr 5s luuj
jouo urooK lin vaa im d..juo
iOOO Burt llooh & P 44a... 08T,
K tin uaa lt d..hij
llooh & P 4'Ja... O8T1
la. Soillli Sa. .. 101 ti
1-ac lut la ,. . MU
llll Oeorgl K)0
& )h cv 4W 71ii
70UU i.'anaua. 1
ilHX) cant i'i
UXKt Cent -11
lift! Ph.. &
lUOU ITllfJ s. unio f ..
1300O 0" A Ohio 5s 1Kil,
IfHiO l?hl & Erie lat 3..102
5i) fhl Ot Wat 4. . . . K
(.000 Ohl Nwn !n 4a. . SO.
4001) Phi II Q joint 4. . t4tt
1C00 Clll il & Q 111 4.. 04.,
flOOO Chi Mil ft 8t PDtv4 88S
3'.'0 Chi 'Sill t St Pep ,oatplf
2000 Chi Mil 'i Bt P CV 4VJ Ultf
18000 Chi MII& Bt.P n - OJft
jsooocht n 1 p.coi. i2f
8000 Chi BlrP. ".A p deb OatOOH
1M5W) Con a C V W A 6J..10M
40ort iv.l & 8outh lit 4a.... SO
lonu Detroit Kdlton' lat Ss.lOOU
;iooo Detroit unuen -fjw...
1000 IV. Pont Powd 4M...
iooo Erie ireii ntu .. . ow
24()& do conv 4i!ir4. .. Mtf
8000 do Br B I4K
SO01I do 4a 80
- 2000 (lult A fehlB (alands 5a 01
4000,111 Central 3Ha MU
UOOii'lnterh Mat 4& .... 74
.V1M1 Inl.rb II T ret OS. . VOU
- 3000 Inter .Mor !Jr 4Wa..
7000 In , Alcohol B.
4000-Japana pew 4.
6tiO0 KCWStSI ii.. .
1000 Laclede Oa rrd 6 .
56M LIB & It T 8. . .
lflflrt I-pny IilandKen 4a .
7000 NY Ca,nal Imp 4'
2O0O N Y O II 3Wa.
4OO1I N Y City 4 iaJ7.
1O0O N Y CUv 4W I
Nor fao prior a
Nor r"ac M..
1 Ore Sbort 1. Ut 6 .JO
1 Paelfle TI..d . . .. 0
or r'&u M- . .. ..
Paqna 4a IMS. . S
ni. Con Coppar pa 19
Itepub Cuba t 0
Koak Inland 4a .
Vt) Wbik lalaod rid -ia 'j
0 IlMIc laixna oa . . a
OffeaS&aM A U adl Ba 63
l.finnth Ball U...t 0
i South. Pau ev 4a
v ret f 0 fis 1681 IM4i
X) &B11& .. 4Vi
SOOn Texas Co ev St
ilWIX 9M . ..WM
10O0O Tblrd A d to
HI) D A. OL )Y B
eyaj-lgfy riL f.7F nmr w
.aJtSh W KxUrsad Oo.
P. 1 par c4U oa vreiMjeJ, aayttU D
VMah i 111 MlQt
WRww A'r. i . wcWi iHmtu
uurur ajg. Jaawry aa w awea: r
taoxA DtcaBtr 31
tca.u Poerex aud iugat CoMaiasiy, rfxiiiBir
SlsUSeuiy In pe oaai. ou prirM. sjwaiM
fijuiry 2 to elotk of reora D.cetuoexH ' '
Fttuburyh i'wtioiiiJ WareJiouse snd Tt&a
let wroitu aouwf imoi mi) 4i',c e4i ea
;j,u!la Ji. .
I uiMd Smk' j. u k awl HeaUa Com-
tuv umll&i otlM.Itertv BTV. lUU un nrtiiMMtl
111 y ual tsu&t tarty
M.(-. Ja.uj.iry 13 t. Hioca; ut tevocd vaceui-
uuiX I j.
1 J- 1.A H
' him, fit .i.i
vi.l. tics Ed tAiyu la.
aejji rj i 4, ai vn 9ti
ai vn on EHttiGrrfti
t to eia j? .t .ii r
loin v s itaBM ev .lose
1500 V Kwy te . . . m
miM&t&it. .. I.
1-t Tl S..ljua.s.. !
Westmoreland Advances a
tion Expressed Over JudgQ
'Hough's' Decision in ;L&-
. high Valley .Suit. ' '; -
. it . . . .
There wajs little to dlacuss In the deal
ings on the Philadelphia Stotk Exchange
today. It wrts -typical holiday, market,
and prlco changes wero for the most
part confined, to inslgniricant fractions.
A rlso of a point In Westmoreland Coal,
attracted somo attention In view of' the
recent activity in all the coal shares re
sulting from the "various-egal 'develop
ment affecting- them 'one way M another.
Westmoreland Is a bituminous property
.and .enjoys nn exceptional market !?
caustf of tho unusually htglfgrado quality
of 'Hsj product. I.llte -the Lehigh .Naviga
tion Company,, It Is not nffectcd by the
rate reduction Into this city, beng a
producer and not a carrier, f.elilgh Na'v
Igatloh ruled steady today. The point
was mado that the anthracite roads may
endeavor to relmblirso tliemsclvcs for tho
reduction In rntos pnst ana possibly
.pondlner by raUInK tho- price of coat nt
Hie mines. This naturally would greatly
benefit those concerns -which wcro merely
. Jhl(rh Valley, Rending, I'emisjlvanlii
and U. 8. Steel wore none of them par
ticularly active on thn local exchange,
contenting themselves with following; the
trend of prices made for them In Wnll
street The traders' attention was chiefly
concentrated upon Tonoplh Helmont,
which sold down to 4(4 on relatively large
offerings. Tonopah Mining, on tho con
trary, moved up slightly, nnd Cambria
Steel was also In moderate demand. Tho
trading In bonds on tho exchange was
negligible throughout the morning.
In tho early afternoon quite n little
activity developed In the Asphalt group.
Electric Storage eased off, but United'
das ruled firm, advancing to 83. Business
gradually contracted until the close. In
the last hour Pennsylvania turned heavy
and so did Tonopah Mining, but offerings
were not large. Cnmbrla Steel dropped to
tthi on a "seller two-days" order.
Everywhere In the financial district sat
isfaction was expressed over Judge
Hough's decision In tho Government's
suit against tho Lehigh Valley, charging
violation of tho Sherman antitrust law
and tho commodities clause of the Hep
burn net. The Judge enunclntcs tho
principle that tho stockholders of a rail
road may own nil the stock of a coal
company which ships Us product over the
lines of that railroad, provided the rail
road does not direct the business or policy
of the coal company.
LOCAL STOC3C AND BOND SALES
1 Amerlrnti Mill
1 lam iron
SI Cam Sieol
TO Kleo Btor . ...
nno (Jen Aanlmlt .
MS ,in uref
10 Ins Co K Am .
15 Koyat Tnle Co
in Lehigh Nav...
18 Uo t B .......
tn l-ohlKh Valley.
It. lov uons cop
. M'. M 11-10
.'..Vj 0.1 I)
11 Pa aafKMfir
10 Phlla Co ...
100 I'hlla Kleo .
3 l'hlla It T t o
B Phlla Trac . .
lflrtl Tono Hoi ....
TM Tnno Jllnlnc
10 Tenn Copper.
ir Union Trao ..
(9 U (las Imp. .
Oin 1) B Steel
ta Weatm Coal
Total galea. 4,040 share.
IP. Cam Steel rrrlp. 1i II7'4
am i:teo fc I' Tr 4a. 7f 7K
2D0A 1, V sen con 4Ua n7 nil'i
nooo 1. jCav cona 4!i n7Ji tm
40OO l'hlla Kl 1 7S(.5 7Si
II) Phlla Co aerlp. . Ul in
4000 l'lillii Co 1t s. .. U7
Total salea, Sl4,16f.
HALF HOURLY SALES
10 to 10.30 A. IT.
50 an Ap pM. s 4 Penna sin
SCO II H Steal. . 4H's n rnna W 11-115
1 Cam Iron. .43 1 do .. . ..V) 11-in
ID U H fjteel... 4'k J3 Will Coal... M
KO do 4S' 10 Nev Con Cop. 11,
as Tenna ..,.53 11-10 10) Tonopah Mln. 7
SO dm Steel. . . 41, SO lh S'Jll.y. . Bjjl
to Tonopah Mln. 7'. VO do......... 07H
10 "Phlla Co S4I M U S Stael... 40
IS IT O I MVi 10 do 4!
IPO U 8 Bteel... t 21 Wat Coal... S&J4
TOO do......... 40 25 Union Trac.. 30?J
10.30 to 11 A. M.
IW Otn Aap pfd. M
SUB hteal. . . 4
10 Loh Valley.. JJJJ
a dn M'Z
2.1 Union Trae. . SI
K l.h Nav I c. 78
l union 'LTac. . 30
S0 Cam Steel scrip
11 to 11.30 A. II.
10 TT 8 Etetl.... 40jf ,7S Phlla Blae... 53V
BOB Tonopah Bel, 4ji 100 Tonopah Bel. 4i
S Penna, 5511 10 Tenn Copper. 3l
3 Cam Steel scrip Mh
IS Cam Steel aorlp... 07K
11.30 A. M. to 12 M.
10O Tonopah Bel. J J-h ' '?!
300 do 4H 10 Ina Co N A. 21
1 Am Mllllni. .4 S Penoa .... NIC
40 BleVtoraae. 48 10 V If T t e.. 12
3 Penna .,. U-16
13 to 13.30 P, JT.
10O Clan Aap. .. SS W Qea Aap prd.
10 Kloc atorase. 48 Oo... .... JJ.
to Union. Trac 36T. ffl 3en Aa. .,
..n .. .an .1? 1 lUl llfl ........ . X?
100 0n AW..
1UU .,, -...-. - - l .... 4ott
, M AQ ,.M .1.1 ID)
00 Phlla Eloo 4a 78W
IS Cam Steel atrip ,..IJi
IS Cam Steel aarlji , HIS
12.30 to X P. M.
6 In Valley.
iu a i...
7U 20 y
a i. ..
jo ao m
1 to 1.30 P. M,
8PWU Waa. . . 24JK , 20 Leo Valley., (7J,
0 Tmopaa Bel- H
alec & Peep Tr 4a.
iTilla jsiee s,
1.30 to 3 P. M.
10 U 3 Steal : 44 Jg V 8 SU1 . U
10 Lh VoUey
2 to 2.30 P. M .
3.0 tg 3 P. M
U rtuiM. mtm... an jh u s
bo Ua4)p swlai
Uab Mv ooal 4ila.
Lajk VeJ gee esAS a
m wu 'laapu Utl. iu
: ST 8S Immab MU. 'IB
New Low for ?orlga Hihange
atfLH!PtV ommtmt atarUog was
auate4 4.10$ TUt uolUoo ta M low
le.ot tor tlu er ('e.bie aoeaaa 1 ats'
ujika, H', (renoe 5.UI', I
tu tk uriwravor, it tortlfu t.U4i,se mtt
4i a.:.4 tre.4th. a at u.i. wu imj 4iev
J4 sail 't''ltf M u wu tue4 b 4e
n,nd ueri, . ai 4 s riile -e,iil avfi4
u 4 8ev4 rs nmnttti 4. rrui rAvesi
a-w, f. u 1 i rfi ', a sjr
. ,14 (1 iUlfii1 . & fO 1
ONLY 20 PER CENT. OF
EMERGENCY CURRENCY OUT
Philadelphia Banks Have Made Very
Only about 40 per cent, of the total
amount of emergency currency taken put
by the Philadelphia banks Is still out
standing, and' It Is expected that- this
will be retried by .the early part of, next
year, prpbably before the" end of January,
as the banks rloVaTe In nn exceptionally
The" rjiaxlhium 1sie; of Hie money to
local Institution?, leached about the lat
ter part of Septeniber, -was approximately
tll,E00.O00. The first was takerf out about
August 1, when the hostilities abroad be
gan, .resulting lit a partial Upset of the
local financial equilibrium, as -well as dis
arranging markets all over tha world.
The total amount of emergency currency
Issued frofn this city, through the Nation
al Currency Association of Philadelphia,
to the banks Ih Federal Reserve District
k a - .L. -A & 111 AA PAK ffrlM !. lam
r0. , Yas auoyi ll,OW,VW. liiv uaiinn 111
the: district .outside the city still have
At present the majority banks which
have any of the money are paying 4. per
.cent. Interest, and, Inasmuch as thlsiwltt
be increased a half of 1 per cent, on
January 1. the banks which have no n'oed
of the funds will want to retire as rrtuSh
bjb possible. If, not. all. The'banka tyere,
helped largely In malting reductions by.
tho fact that, when the Federal reserve
act went Intoeffcct on, November 18, re-.
,ervea ' were ,reiu"ced, ..thus releasing a.'
large amount of money which had'been
dying, Idle In the vaults. .
PAYMENTS NEXT MONTH .
. . BELOW'.LAST JANUARY
rsisburaamentn "Will Be $8,U0,D!7
iessj Adverse uiviaenu Acuon
by 138 Companies.
While 1SS corporations1 have tnken un
favorable action on dividends since the
Kuropcan war began, soma passing til em
entirely and others making reductions,
It is a matter of surprlao that tho pay
ments .of dividends ' and. interest which
wlU i6 made next month will be tonly
JS,110,927 below the disbursements of last
January In addition, to this, a. number
of defaultB of bonds have 'occurred dur
ing the yoar.
The total payments of dividends and
Interest next month by. railroads. Indus
trial and trust companies, the National
Government and Greater NdW York will
reach a total of j:,33iStB, compared
with J2l3,4l4,"S) last January. Stockhold
ers wilt receive of this amount 133.483,803
In the way of dividends, or 915,133,004 less
than last January. Interest payments
will be (7.024,977 larger at 153,3oO,0OO. This
Is due to new note and bond Issues.
The following table, compiled by the
Journal of Commerce, glvos a summary
of the next month's dividend and Interest
payments, with comparisons:
Ptreet rallnava . ...
Banks and trust coa.
luuuatrui & mlae. coi. -J4.,qgii xx.doo.wcxi
Orenter New York
Grand total ....
. .MM.RrAOOO 14.-,.83.1,021
Tho city of Waltham, Mass., has award
ed a temporary loan ot 175.000 to X. W.
Ilnrrls & Co. at 3.C0 per cent, discount.
The Philadelphia nnd 'Western Rail
way's November report shows an In
ciense of 12217 In gross and a net sain
of J22W. The surplus for the month was
$414J, an Increase of Kill flver 1913.
Benjamin E. Bryan, of Chicago, has
bought a seat on the Philadelphia Com
Morris V. Stroud, Jr.. of William X.
Bonbright & Co.. Inc., 'has been elected a
member of the Philadelphia Stock Ex
change. Chicago City and Connecting Railways
Company has declared a semiannual div
idend of 11.25 a share on the collateral
trust preferred participation shares. This
Is a reduction of Jl from the dividend paid
for the first six months of the year.
Tho Central Leather Company, In de
claring a S per cent, dividend, made an
Increase vt 1 per cent, over the payment
mado at this time last year.
One stiuin of American Milling sold at
l in the local market. The previous high
for 1911 waa 11.
The minimum price of Illinois Central
was made 110.
The City Treasurer, today made settle-'
ment with the Farmers and Mechanics'
National Uauk. fiscal agents for six
months' Interest due on city bonds, also
for loans maturing January 1. 1915. The
total amount paid was 13.931.S33. of, which
the sinking funds paid 13,122,760 and the
city paid direct l$K,092. Of the total J2,
18S.052 was for Interest and (1,793,E00 for
Short Covering Sent Cotton TJp
NEW YORK, .Dec M.-In the afternoon
the trend of the market continued strong
ly upward, aa a result of further aotlre
covering- ami demand from Wall street
wlra houses. Report had It that several
lame speculative ihort lines had been'
covered during- the seaalon, and In one
or two cases was understood that the
former bears has swung over to the bull
side. A feature largely responsible for
this change of front Is the continued
absence of hedge selling of any descrip
tion. Despite predictions made on eaoh
successive advance that the South would
begin to sell almost no offerings have
reached the ring, and this was rendered
th ecoverlng of shorts In competition with
foreign buying very difficult, In mid
afternoon prices showed a net advance
of 15 to' S3 points, Southern spot mar
kets were Arm on large sales. Port re
ceipts of the day, 113,767 bales, were the
largest. Prices follow:
Tee. close. Open, lilt b. Low. Close.
December . . . 7,18 , 7.20 T.34 7.30 7.34
January . J.iJ 7.44 7.JD 7.40 7.60
itarsb 7. 7,jn T.fS 7 7.7B
NEW YORK CtTRB QUOTATIONS
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Autrig WlU Not Redeem Note
NW TORK. De. Jt-AnJWunce4t
tbat tfte -.'r4d4c44a. J( nsH Mid by
ctllaens of eouutriwr nw at war wHfc
Au,trta.-IIungay will tu ttitatMUrarily w
ad4" ws uigd by XKetiWi tvuaib, Uu
Ai4rtaM Ambassador Kg to4y. TtOs
wtU prevent fjarneont w Austrian 4t pr
cent, notes due Jtmuajy l
I!HsOTOHV 4r ACCOUNTANTS
SUeUe CJoliiat4 .i,
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fi STeaiVTiiSr .
AFTER FIRM START,
A REACTION TODAY
Market Affected by Strong
Clblesv Light Receipts in
Northwest . and Small
Offers of Gash Wheat.
CHICAGO, Uec. 22.-Wlieal opened linn
this morning, affected by strong cables,
light receipts lit the Northwest and con
tinued small" Offfcra' of cash wheat from
the Interior. There xyn ome. selling by
export houses. Afler the start, prices
It developed after the close yesterday
that additional sales of 1,500. CM bushels
had beep, madp for shipment abroad. The
Idniriicrclal ' situation '. wna dwlared by
bulls to be tho strongest In years. Atnorl-
can .winters at Liverpool were up 4',id
and'flohr there rose fid, wltli millers buy
ing freely. 'The Continent was a heavy
bldde'r.and took 'freely ot all export of
Freights In, Argentina ure 43s. against
37s. 6d. last Friday. The situation there
Is very, bullish and actual tonnage is
scarce. It la bclfevcd" that tho lack of
st call) era will militate, ngnlnst slhpments.
The visible supply of wheat In Europe la
Sl.021,0001 bushels, against "7.061,000 bushels
last woek and 77,40,000 bushels last year.
Unsettled weather was reported In Argen
tina, with rain In parts, causing a further
advance In prices there.
, Farmers In tho United States Hre be
coming moro Insistent for higher prices.
It Is asserted here that If exports con
tinue at the same rato an they Imvo for
thp last two or three months there will
be little surplus In the United States by
Corn started firmer, with trade mod
erate and local, but reacted after the
oponlng. There was talk of export de
mand, but receipts continue liberal,
amounting to 1131 earn hero today. The
market at Liverpool was strong, with
offers light and arrlvnls smaller. Par
cels there were up 3 to 6d. Arrivals In
Argentina also are liberal.
Oats was firmer at the outset, Willi
tho Other grains, but business was mostly
local. I'rlces reacted aftei the start.
There Is a good export Inquiry for oats
In Argentina, but prices thero are firm.
Piovlslons was Irregular, with trade
Leading tuturra ranged ns follona
Wheat Open. IIIrIi. !.otv. Close, cloee.
December .. 1.24i 1.20 1.83 M.SilS L'Jltt
May 1.27U tl- 11.271
July 1.184 1.20 LIS l.S0'4 1.18V,
torn mew uenicry?-
.May .. .
January May .
10. 07 110.BO
io sn tio.u
110 .-7 T10 47
IS.tr. 118.02 1IR.17
18.0:, 10.12 118.97
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS
CHlCAflO, Dec. 22. HOGS. Receipts. 35,
I1CU. Jtarkeu. atrcnK. Mixed and butchers,
1 707 2r, cood hcnvy, sn.lKKi.33. rough
".avv.iel70fln.Mi 'I'". u.757.20. pits.
J3.2SC0 41; bulk. S7to7.1.-. OATTI.B. z lte
celnta. :H0. JIarkcta, atrotiB. Heevea. f..J!i
off); co oi.ti belters .I..VM18 40; alockers
nrt feeders. 4.5(Jfi M: Tuiians. SU7.23;
falvta. 0.0ciS8.St. tillKi:!' -Itetelpla. 2J,110(I.
Markets, strong Natlxo iiml Wcotern, f-i.-OtP
tt, Iambi. 45.0oG8.J5.
NEW YOBK COFFEE MARKET
NEW YOrtK. Dec 22. Tho New Yoik , offee
market opened firm. Some utures ure un-
ilianiicd, while others are 2 points above last
"'jMuary"'?.! bid: Februarv. r.30o. bid.
March. Il.a.1ln44c: Mn. ,53iil OOc; June,
.. bid; July. 7SMf..40e.; Auguat. i,.iOc
UU; September, (.4767.r.0c; October. . 5S
7.00c. November. 7.ie,7.70c.
11 u m.-March offered 0 41c., May offered
OTTO EISENLOHIt'S FUKERAL
Services Attended by Lenders in the
The funeral nf Otto Klsenlohi. head ot
the second largest Independent cigar
manufacturing company In the oountrj.
who died at his home, M12 Walnut Htreet,
on Saturday mornlnc of ncute dilation
of the lieatt, following a orlef Illness,
was he'd from his late home nt 11 o'clock
this morning. Interment waa made at
West Iviurel UUI Cemetery.
The nev. Dr. J. Ilamsay Swain, pastor
of the Woodland Presbyterian Church,
42d and Pine streets, conducted the serv
tees, which were attended by many men
well known In the tobacco trade In this
tlty and New Tork. Despite the fact
that the family asked that flowers be
omitted, many beautiful floral tributes
were sent to the Walnut street home,
many of them coming from employes of
the 18 cigar factories owned by tho firm
of Otto Elsenlohr & Co.
The pallbearers were Harry Q. Prlzer.
George F. Qraham, Joseph Cullman, Her
man Q. Vetterleln, J. Warner Hutchlns,
George K. Walton, Harry Elmerbrlnk,
Edward C. Dixon. Fred Hlrachorn and
James W. Burk,
FTJNEKAL OF JACOB POX
Jaoob Fox, SO years old, founder of the
Philadelphia S4shwlght Company and
Us president since 10. will be burled
from his residence, i&Si West Ontario
street, Thursday afternoon. The funeral
services will be conducted by the Itev
John Love. Interment will be made at
West I-aurel Hill Cemetery. Mr. Fos
died late Sunday evening. He Is sur
vived by a widow, two sons and two
FTJNEB-A.Ii OF OAPT, MAQTJIQAN
The funeral services of Captain Joseph
B. Magulgan, for many years retired
from the United Slates army and who Jed
Time for Action
The opportunities to in
vest t unusually low
prices are passing with
the abnormal conditions
that have made them pos
sible. FirH .ort0us eoads vw'd-
t4J oi' 04M' ami p
Mrred HMki Ma7
b4l4T rate) r ear
MORRIS W. $TROUD. Jr.
4f tHKOTMl' vntUKT
igct. 44& l'rjt
ti.i , vV
the Mth neglment. Pennsylvania Volun
teers, during the Civil War, will be held
tomorrow morning at the Church of the
Assumption, lath and Spring Garden
streets. He died yesterday after a lin
gering Illness. Mr. Magulgan waa a
member of the Pennsylvania Veterans"
Association and Post No. 2, n. A n
until the services the body will rest at
the parlors of Oliver it. Balr, 1810 Chest
Funeral of Abraham Foerlng
The funeral services of Abraham P.
TAering, of this city, assistant grain In
spector for the Commercial Exchange,
wilt be conducted this evening by the Pa
triotic Order of the Sons of America, at
his home, 2433 North Heeso street. Burial
will take place tomorrow afternoon. Mr.
Foerlng died late Saturday at the Penn
sylvania Hospital, following nn attack ot
paralysis. He was C7 years old.
ISAAC W. KENDEHDINE
laaac Wright Kenderdlne. active In poli
tical reform movements and Philadelphia
representative of several granite con
cerns, died yesterday at his home, 614
Carpenter street, Clermantown, following
nn Illness of several months. .He was 69
years old. Mr. Kenderdlne was born In
this elty, and was nn active member Of
the Society of Friends, He was the son
of Joseph 17. Kenderdlne, founder of the
Urm of Kenderdlne & Justice, hardwnre
merchants, and grandson of Isaac K.
Wright, pioneer cool merchant of Phila
delphia. He was secretary of the Quarry
men's Association. He leaves a widow,
tlrce roiis nnd one daughter. Tho funer
al services will be held at his late resi
dence tomorrow afternoon nt 2 o'clock.
BRIGADIER GENERAL BEATTT
C07.UMIHTS, O., Dec. 22.-Brlgadlcr
Ocnernl John Heatty, United States
nrmy, retired, died nt his homo hero yes
terday from heart failure, aggravated by
Injuries Buffered In a fall n week ago. He
had celebrated lila S6th birthday last
Wcdncsdaj-. Ho served In Congress from
1S6S to 1873 as rtepresentatlve from tho
Sth Ohio district, and then came to this
city, where he entered the banking busi
ness. General Boatty was the author of
eeeral books, among them the "Citizen
Soldier" and the "Belle of Brocket's
Death came to John Owen, 77 years old,
a Veteran of the Civil War, who saw
four j cai a of active service. He suffered
tin attack of heart disease last night In
his room, at 1709 South 2d street. Ife
vas a member of Qrtble Post, O. A, It.
AFI.KC'K. On December 19. 1014, nOBErtT,
butt and of Mary Afteck (neo Maclnnla).
I'niternl services on Wednesday, at 2 n. m..
nt 701H Il4irerman at., Tacony. Interment
AI.I.IllONK. On December 20, 1014. SUSAN
CONHTANCE ALUIJONB. daushter of the
late Thomaa and Kmma Louisa Alllbone.
Ilelatlves and frlenda aro Invited to attend
the funeral eorvlces, on Wednesday after
noon, at 2 o'clock, at liar late residence,
40S2 Chestnut st. interment private, l'leaee
AMIII.r.K. -ItOnCUT AMBLER, 4117 Mnn
AYKHS-Oii December 21, 1014, ALPHKUS
II. AVCnc. Funeral on Thursday, at 1 0.
in., from Dlenhelm. N. J. Servlcea at the
home. Interment Blackwood,
I1A8CONK. On December 21, 1014, OKOrtOK
K. HA3CONE, Sr. huaband of Mary M.
Ilascone Funeral aervtcea on Thursday, at
2 p m., at his late residence. 1411 Knrt Wilt
t Interment private, at Oakland Cemetery.
IIOL'CHAIll). On December 21. 1014.
DMOOBNK. wife of Peter Houchard. Funeral
nn Wednesday, a 11 a. m., from H12 South
Hnmbrcy st. Bolemn Hlah Mass of Requiem,
ai Bt Anthiny's Church, nt 10:.10 a. m. In
terment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
CAUTIIKW. -At the residence of her brother-in-law,
Qeoree llanna. 461H Market at.,
01. December 1. 1014. II. FUKDA CAn
TllEW. Due notice of the funeral will be
CANNAnY. Suddenly, on December.20. 1914,
LAWIinXCIi A., son of the late Lanrence
nnd I.ucy Cneaady (nea CoRey). Ttesldrnce.
li.10 IS. Stonttomery ave. Due notice of the
funeral will be given.
CAVANAnil, At the Rectory of Our I.ajty
of Mt. Carmel, Loylestown. ra., lira. MAR
UAnKT CAVANAOII, widow of Michael
Caanaeh and mother of tha Ttev. J. E.
Caianash. Solemn Itoqulem Mass st Bt.
John's Dvangellst Churchy lllth above Chest
nut St., Philadelphia, Wednesday, at 10 a. m.
sharp. Interment at Bt. Charles' Cemetery.
Kcllylllo, Pa. Kindly omit flowers.
Cl.n.VVKII. -- On December 21. 1014.
I.KTKTIA C. wife of Charles A. Cleat er
Funeral on Wednesday, precisely at 1 p. in.,
from Han-en Hill, Montgomery County, Vt.
Itrtermfnt Hillside cemetery.
CKOMIlin. On December 20, 1014, MAHV,
nlfo of Alexander Cromble. Funeral aer
lctu on Wednesday, at 2 p. m.. nt her late
residence, 20.18 Federal et. Interment at
Mount Mortah Cemetery.
CUI.IIF.HTHON. December 18, 1014, JOHN
11.. Husband of Margaret Culbertson (nee
Dolanl and crandson uf Mary Jane and the
late John Culbertaon. Funeral on Mednee
day, at S a. m from 1835 McClellan at. (be
lrrw Moors St.). Illsh Requiem Maas at
the Church of St. Thomas Aqulnaa nt 0'30
u ni. precisely. Interment private.
DACF.Y. JANK DACF.Y. I0B N. Hill at
He WITT. FRANCIS De WITT. 204 Uer-
EI.I'IIKY. On December 19. 1914, W. .lOHN",
son of Walter and the late Jennie Elfrey
nnd huabsjid of Emma E. Kltrey (nee
Bchmldt). Funeral on Wednesday, at 2 p.
m.i from 2730 W. Fletcher at. Interment at
Mount Vernon Cemetery. . ........
rOKHINfl. Suddenly, on December 19,1914.
AfmAHAM P.. husband of Jeanetta Welrman
Foerlng. aged 60 yeara. The relatives and
(riende of the family, also Waahtniton Camp,
No. 483. P. O. S. of A., are reapectfulty In
vited to attend tho funeral aervlcea, on Wed
nesday afternoon, at 2-30 o'clock precisely,
at hla late residence. 24M North fteeae et.
Interment at Northwood Cemetery. Remains
may be viewed on Tuesday avenlng, from 7
to 0. Auto funeral.
rpilEMANs-On December SO '.1914. FAN-
Uoors W. Foreman. Funeral on Thursday,
at 8 5. ri. from 21M N, Newktrk at. (28th
and Cumberland aU.). Interment private, at
American Mechantca' Cemetery
nnnyitKY On December 51, 1014, JUq
TINA aODFJlBT. wife of William fc. Ood
fray. Funeral on Thursday at 2 p. m.. from
auVlIrlan at. Interment privat. tlreenmount
GomON-On December 10.1014. IIODERT
W husband of Bmroa A. Gordon. Funeral
mi'Thursday. DKember 24. at S p. tn.. from
Ws WTaUenc."lW ,Sou h 2d at., Camden,
N j: Interment at Harleigb. .
GKKKN. Suddenly, on December jn. jn.
llSNIlY C buebind of the late Amanda
Oreen Funeral on Wednesday, at 2 p, gi..
from 2d t . Darby. Delaware County. Pa.
Interment at Fernwood Cemetery,
IIA1IVKV On December SO. 9U. B-ANNT
MeCUTCUBON, wife of Samuel K. Harvey.
Relattvea and friends are lmlted to attend
tka tiiHial aervlcea. on Wednesday, at 3
o m stSir late realdencer 8344 North 18th
Jt "ntennsttt at Laurel H&l at th conv.n-
lIHATON.bn oSeimber 19. 1914.CUARI.B8
B husband of Emma Heaton. Fiweral
iirvlcVs on Wdneay, et Up. m , at hts
Ut raaUtesc, S4 Dauphla at. later-
iiuTtnFllT. Suddenly, at Columbui. V. .T.,
"o Derabex 19. 1914 HBNRY HsIRBBRT
n I on Tburaday, December 24, at 11 a. m
;: nrhuMj.v at 10 a m.
1IOWK. At lr late residence. 410 Chejt
nut it., M iSwaabar 90,1914, KATSHOWET,
dai.ater at tb Uu Matthew sad Mrsri
n fiV. nJatlaa and frlenda ut lb fam
ily at lav lied ta attend th seeetoes, an
wYlB.eday maralag. weoljejy at JOrtU.
Tt St aasasaft P- K&t'lb, "
I 111 Wf IIITOsT ( aneiei" wj)v
KfiLft" t&S" fiaii St ft
rSierai wtB b givaa.
KrWDHBIlJJiS- Oa Dcmbr 21. ,14
ISAAC WIOHT KBNDBRDINK. ta' bU
;Tt. . Salatlvaa and frleaia are lavtted
UlXHw OS iMcamaer io..
K.LJ J t.2LiS!rr j V1T?Caeaa'
iSrjr TJjK.mkar J, 1914 4WANUA.
Ui at UStsyaU La. Fuoaial aat.ica oji
.u.aau a. . v " "- .. ,ua,,i..i
syaiuiu v imawwu. ,..., aai
oi vn.ai Mt
nea Laafi w
. .mi nt 7turada. . a.t & a m fauoi seal
deaCe of her t-epha Pater P Duslr X24
auMth at toiamn Hls al et RaaiUem ax
St Antbjiij'a Ctluri.ti at 8 1 a tn lutar
lurot at Catbeiral awl.
1 1FV. On Iieuxbei 19. 1914 IIAlll Kb f
Fuitiai .i. rt.h sut t 7 .Q a
rt.j EBW lit i auWi, , K..-
.. .JS t..., ,t t f-
IriteVsneat at CoWmbus Cemetery
lIOHto2-On Deoember 21. 1914. JOSEPH
ll630N. formerly of Cheater Couaty
wi Puoeral aervUe on Wednesday, at 8
i m at ht late resldeoc. 14 Narth 5th
ii BiktJrnreBt at New London M. Ceme-
1 - . a. ail H '
iiriti.oH i . u u.i.
II MTllOCrty, wife ef William
WH'l.m r Ufrafe.
at a rfu B. nv, rPrfn
Mass of TUoiiletn Sf
Victors t 10 . r.
i unerni on 'inureosy,
R4I0 Sarlne at Irian
Ohurvh of Our Lal of Victor
Intermnt at Caihenml Cemetery
tiNHV. On December 10, 1914. PATltlCK "
T.UNDV, huiban.l of Rose Lundy (nee Jh--
noni mineral on Wednesday at S3!0 a. it.,
from ?J4 N 6th at Solemn JWqulem MA
at St. Veronica cntireti, at 10 a m. In-
icrment Rt new uaiheami cemetery.
MAOUIOAN. On December 21, 1614. Cap
tain JOSEPH H. MAOI'IOAN Tha rftKe
a d friends, also the 28th nertment Penii.
Volunteers' Association and roet 3. J. A
It., sre Invited to attend the funeral, on
Wednesday mornlny. at a 30 oTIecfc, at til
apartments ot Oliver If. Hair, 1820 Chestnut
at. Solemn Requiem Mace at the Ctitireh ot
the Aaaumptlon, 12th and (Spring Garden els .
at 10 o'clock. Interment at Old Cathedra.)
Cemetery Friends may view tha remain
MATIIKWB. On December 31 10t4.rjBOn6tf
W son of Oeorre W, and the late llarbata
Mathews. Vnneral a-rvlcea nn Wedne.dar
at 3 p, m., at hie father's residence, 20S0 N
nandolph st. Interment at Ureenwood Ceme-
MeCAitTNEr On December 21 1014. MAItT
B.. wife of Henry McCartney, aged 83 Jeara.
Itelattres and friends are Invited to attend
the funeral services, on Wednesday after
noon, at 2 o'clock precisely, at th realdeitee
of her son. Harry 8. McCartney. 18S8 North
Marvin at. Interment private, at West Iu
rl Hill Cemetery
MeCONIXKlUE. On December 31. J014,
MAI.Y. dauehter of the lata Edward am!
Mary McConlogue. Funeral on Wednesday
at 8:30 a. m . from 4910 l'arrlsb at. Bolemn
rtequlem Mass at Our Mother of Borrow.'
Church, at 10 a. m. interment at Holy
Mr.l'ADDEN On the 18th Inst.'. ANN I P.
HcKAUDBN. widow ot Cornelius MeFaddan.
Itelatlves and friends ot ttie family are re
epectrully Invited to attend the funeral, en
Wednesday morning, at 8:30 o'clock, front
her late residence., 2822 Mercy et. t2Mh
Ward). Bolemn Hlfli Mass of Itaroiem at St
Ann'a Church, at 10 o'clock. Interment at St
MeOBnilIN.--On December 19. 1014. MAItT.
wife of Connell Mctleehln (nee Coyle), late
of Klrkneedy, County Donetal. Ireland. Fu
neral on Wedneaday, nt 8 a. m , from 014
Oraya rerry road. Bolemn Itlsh Maaa ot
rtequ em at fit. Anthony Church, at 0:30 a.
.m. Interment at Holy Croaa Cemetery.
Nim-roN-rtEV. mciiAnD itKUBn. d. ,
at Bcnrtoroutb. N. D., December lStb.
O-NKIM-On December 18. 1914. ANNIR
O'NBIIU runeral on Wednetdar. stjSiSO
a. m., from 1804 N, Mutter at. Bolemn nigh
Itequlem Mass at St, Michael's Church- at
..!?. '. m' Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery
OIIIOI..-On December 20. 1014. STEPHI3N
T.. husband of Mary Orlot. natlvn of JYanc.
city of Lyons. Itelatlves and friends. J,.
the employee of It. O. Wilbur A Son am
invited to, attend the funentt on Thunday
mornlnir at 8U10 o'cloelt. from his late resi
dence. S4.1T B. 13th st. Solemn requiem njaaa
at Church of the Epiphany at 10 a. m, In-
itnSt.l'1.1 .IIo,5' Croes Cemetery.
rFE,.u,E,?'' n December IB, 1014, BAR
1IARA. widow of Benedict J. Ottermeln (nee
Poet). Funeral Wednedayy at 70 a. m..
from her, lat residence. 2122 N. Palethorp
at. Itaaulem Maa at St. Uonltaclua" Church
at Si. m. Interment at Moat Holy Redeem
roiNSKTT. -At BwedeahoroH K. J., on De-
vcinoer. .1. 11,14, linviL,t,A II. fOINBETT
jrujeral aerxlcea at her husband'a rceldanoe,
., iinnm ji. roinaeic on xnuradar. UHember
-ea t th t..
14, at 2 p. m. Services at the house. Inrer-
ment at Lake Tark Cemetery.
l'ltlTCIIAItl). On December 19. 1914. at th
oStSSP.V.'SU Mnpltal. MAROAnET 1.
PRITCHArtD. fate ot fcbenei.r Welsh Pres
byterian Church. 21st below Falrmount sve..
on Tuesday, at 8 p. m. Interment at Delta.
I'm., on Wednend&y,
rnYOIb Suddenly, on December JO. 1914.
MICHAKI. P. PltTOn. son of the late Mi
chael Rnd Jano Pryor. Funeral Thursday,
at. R-.30 a, m.. frrm 4210 Aapen at. Bolemn
High Mass of tUqulem at the Church of
Our Motner of Sorrows, at 10 a. m. Inter
ment at Cathedral Cemetory.
RAMAOK. On December 21. 1014. SARAH
IC. ItAHAOE. widow of K. 'Augustlna Ram
are. Funeral services at her lata residence.
416 8. 4Bth St.. on Wednesday, the 2Jd Inst
If." P in. Interment private.
nilADING. On December 20, 1914. HAItni
SON READ1NC, son of tha late Henry M
and Henrietta Harrison Reading. Relative
and frlenda are Invited to attend the funeral,
on Thursday morning, st 8:30 o'clock, from
the residence ot Mr. Charles D. Shipper. 8121
Christian, st Solemn Requiem Maaa at
TransOsuratlon of Our Ird Church, BtUh
and Cedar ave., at 10 o'clock. Interment pri
vate.. Friends may call Wednesday evening.
ItEII.I.Y.- On December 20. 1014, JOSEPH,
son of the late James Ilelllr and Ann Iieilty
(nee Murphy) Tuneral on Saturday, at 8'
.. m.. from 2B0O Memphis at. Solemn
Requiem Mass at. St. Ann'a Church, at 10
a. m Interment at St. Ann'a Cemetery
ItOIIURriH. At Weet Cheater. December 19,
1914. THOMAS a IIODOKR3. Funeral, from
residence of P. J. MaeConnlcV, MS W. Mar
ket st. West Chester. Pa., Wednesday .
meet at bouse at U a. m. High Maes st Si
Agi.ea' Church, West Chester. 10 a. m. In
terment at Bt. Agnes' Cemetery
HOGI'.ltH. On December 20, 1914, HAftRT
T huaband of i:ila V Hoaers. Funeral
icrvlcea on Thursday, at 3 p m.. at th resi
dence of her son-in-law. Oenrgu n. lAne.
1UT Homestead ave,, Colllnaswood. N J.
Interment private at Dversrreen Cemetery. ,
SAUKIt On December 21. 1914, W1I.1.1AM
HAUKR. Funeral on Thursday, at 1 p. ni..
from hla Into residence, 3312 (Jermantcnn
ave. Servlcea to b held In Second German
Daptist Church, at 2 u ra. Interment oi
Oakland Cemetery, Pleaeo omit nowera.
SCIIltAM.1l. CHARLES SCHRAMM, 0t B.
SCHHKIIII'.lt December 19. 1914, LOUIS,
husband of Magdalene Bcnrelber (lice tichrel
n.rl nnd hnn nf the lsto Joseph nnd Gene
vieve Bchrslber. Funeral on Wednesday, at
8 JO a. ra., from 2011 Ijiwrenre at. Requiem
Mass at tit. Bonlfaclua' Church at 10 a
Intrmnt At New Cathedral
S1IA1II'I.K88. In Hlrmlngham township, an
Second Lay. 12th Month. 2lst. 1914. THOMAS
BHAltrUESS. aged 0 yei
ears. Jteialivee. ana
fi lends are Invited ta attend the funeral
tie funeral, on
.1th Day. 21th Inst, at 1I0 p m. from, hla
late residence. Interment at Iitrmingnam
1'rlenda' Durial Grounds Carriages will meet
tralna at est Cheater, leaving Uroad Street
Btatlon at 11:04.
SHF.WKI.T On December 10, 1014. MAn
UAHr M.. wife ot Ueorge A. Shewell and
daushter uf John J. and the lat Ellen I'
Hill. Funeral uu Wednesday, a.t 8:30 a. m ,
from the realdsne of her father. John J.
Hill, S100 N. aih st- Solemn Requiem Ms
nt St. ' Veronlca'a Church at 10 s. In. In
terment at New Cathedral Cemetery
SIMJIONBv Suddenly, on December 19,1914.
PITTtsn A . husband of Mary blmmona toe
Ilaketa). Funeral on Thursdai at ha. m-.
from his late reslJenee, 118 Rlgel at. tol.ron
Mjss of Requiem at Sacred Heart Church
at 0.30 a. m. lnierment at Itol' Croes Cem-
St'li'hON.-On December 20, 1914 JOHN
II.. husband of the lata Mary II. S Riimi
(nee Wllletl). Funeral services on JKedjiea
,tiv at 2:30 p. in. sharp, at the reildepe
o?yhla son-ln-raw, Charle. SchraJer. li S.
nth si.. Datby, Pa. Interment prlvme. at
Mount Morlnh Cemetery ,
SMITH. On December 19. 1914, KLIZA
UhTril .. widow of charlea C. gmltli and
daughtar of lb lat John and Mary Mulre
lrTin.ril on Saturday, at 8:30 a m.. from 1T2S
UHner itSolVmn liVoulem Mesa at S Mon
l"' Cl,uf cb. at 10 a m. Interment at Cathe-
SMITIl!OnrDcember 19. 1914. OWEN J
NUiiif. .iia ui ,,, .. .. .--,.
Services on Wedneada jr. at 5 p.
lata realdenee, 2011 Itrlaso st
lVterm.nl at Cedar Hill Nrnet.
anrillBAbD F SMI
December 10. 1914.
SMITH, husband of Btla
it S T m. precisely. t hla UU re.l4.nefc
10U MoKean at. Interment Prtvst.
STANWOOIl. On December 31, 1914. WIU
L.1AM B "WaNWOOD, Sr. runeral fro) S
tiC: ave.. Pitman, N. J-, on Wednesday.
n.wi. bitrtsir-ai inrvicea uu iieninitusi.
TwImLer 3H. at 10 a. m. interment
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"".E'iv ' X: 7umw in. 1SU. UiRT
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ay, at 1 p. in., st
l?J vAfthaJth ai Interment private, at
'd! James' M. K Cemetery. Oln.y
TAVI.OU.-Vn Deeember 21. 1B14. JOHN
JiiUUB TATLOK, ased 78 J.ara. Ths fu
im MnieaJan Interment will be strtotly
URKVITT. husband ot Eaillls It. Towciead
(nee KWtch). .
iriiiitVKHlV- Io Maliorn. Pa . on December
Ti"l914. AMOS C TBOWKRV FuMjat
wuhout turlhar U. on W edneaday. Sa
camber SS, rom Bt."?ul - 5 .E WI
Malvern, Pa. at S p m lnteraeal si
Uattern BaptUt Ceanlery.
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