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gyfiNItfQ LfePGSK paifcADBLfi'HtA. tftJSSDAY, JANUARY 18. 19iG
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1 FRENCH CAPITAL
Parisian Financial Expert
Discusses LJimcuities 01
folIECK SCARCITY NOTED
Income Tax Criticised for Ten
dency to yvitnaraw de
posits From Banks
By YVES GUYOT
. utnlsler of rublte Works. Editor T.'Agenca
a-1"" Eeonomlquo et Financiers.
W- Tu Cable to th. Eienlno Ledoer
PAWS, Jan- IS- hot'e spoken of plans
.v.i have been discussed for nssurlitB
tile resources necessary until Hie end or
fOne of the reasons It Is necessary to
..... .. Inixrn nmnllnf t,l 1,(1 t If ll nt Oo
u the mall ueo mmlo of checks In
rnnce. The French people do not know
law to ua checks, nnd tho plnn for nn
i..ma tax. Instead of maklne the Use
til checks more qenernl, restrains It.
Many persons, unnniiiF, utw uuicuuiiviu
will compute Incomes from the number of
cffclts used In tho course of the year,
Sii withdraw their accounts from banks
lit hire safe-deposit vaults, where they
wlllieep their monoy, thus withdrawing
from circulation larpo sums which must
it replaced by new Issues of banknotes.
, nnestlon of the moratorium Is nl-
... under discussion, and til lit of the
moratorium for renters of houses and
'nirtments 19 particularly acute In Paris.
tji. .MH1! renters linl'ltirr refused In nnv.
.'ll,, arg0 ones follow tl.clr cxnmplo un
' ttr one pretext or another. Tho provi
sion that no ono called to tho colors can
to .dispossessed before tho end of the
trtt has ncen Branny uaibiiucii, uiiu niiiuy
w . .... in npnnrlAlnr4 "W txmtttw
to put our money Into Government bonds,
jwhlch will bring us Interest."
i Ml expect that nt tho end of tho war
Fti! stato will Intervene to rcRUlala tho
6jih nf renters mid Indetnnlfv nrnnrl-
lom. At a meetlnB of proprietors, M.
EUlrollc, member of tho Chamber of
Sn.nutles. made a big hit becatiso ho made
Etitni that promise.
', rrotnlses of that Kind cost nothing to
tfcOfe who make thm and brim? only
Jeceptlon to those who believe. Hut tho
mentality of men who can tnke such a
(proposition seriously proves the definition
lot Oattlat nlwtys exact: "A Stato Is a
'peat fiction through wnicn encli would
Hie at the expense of all others."
E. B.THOMAS AGAIN HEADS
LEHIGH VALLEY KAILKOAl)
Directors Also Re-elected at Routines
President Eben H. Thomas nnd 12 direc
tors, of the I.ehlKh Valley Uallroad wero
ri-elected at tho annual mcctlnc of tho
tempany held at 2IS South 3d street
today. Only n fow stockholders wero
present In person. Tho business of the
netting was only routine.
la the absence t-' President Thomas.
hols confined to his home with tho grin.
'the meeting was called to order by I.. D.
Smith, vice-prcsiucnt. un motion, wn
Utm Jay Turner, n stockholder, wna made
Tiainlnitnns renelvlnc thn nnnilnl ronnrt
t and afllrmltiR tho notions of tho bonrd of
f directors were adopted. EfflnKhnm B.
I Morris, Francis I. downn. and Frank T.
i Palliraon wero the Judscs of election, nt
,swhlch 852,947 votes wero ensr. Nearly all
ttM them wero hold In proxy by tho com-
tile lollowlnj? men wero re-elected:
Fraldent. Eben Ii. Thomas; Directors,
Htird.T. Stoteshury, CJcorgo !'. Baker,
EJnrd B. Smith. Ullam II. itooro.
PanldO. Bold. Kdwnrd S. Moore. William
HButler, Henry B. Ooxe. X'red. SI. Kirby.
Moms L. 'Clothier. William P. Clyde and
UtBuel T. Bodluc.
ftj& 0. DOND ISSUE APPKOVJSD
ptocltholders Vote Unanimously to In-
iThe stockholders of the Baltimore nnd
CWo Railroad Company In Pennsylvania
Ttted unanimously to Increr.so tho bonded
Indebtedness of the company from $10,-
o,IX to $50,000,000 nt a special meeting
et-,the company held today In the office
el the superintendent, at 24th and Cnest-
The stockholders of the Baltimoro and
.Philadelphia Railroad C. mpp.ny, a subsidi
ary, 10 me uaitimore nnd o.ito, at a mtet
r held Just prior, also voted unanimously
twir approval to Increase the bonded
faidthtedness of that company from
KSMJW to JtO.OOO.OW. Both meetings
kete held In the same room and con
sumed about K) minutes. Tho Increases
to ooth companies will be covered by
mwvv M a ntrt?'r fkiriP'r
New Ynnw ii.,, ia r-,..!... i.. i.
....., ..,. u, ttduiim in iitg
HnA mrla .millnn.J ...it.. lnJ.. ...1.1.
. --- ...,.,,.i vw,,,,l)Ui:u ,UIOI. IUUR) 1VIIII
'it ,ch,unees narrow and unimportant.
-.yyiiiiin, eenument was a little mnro
,arlah owing to the continued decline
.lit RlA rtninild whtAl. ..... i.n....i. n
LPQlCate a DOOr trailH with Tturnn anil
nvldences that Hrdxll Is trying to sell
e here at concessions.
tTMre was a rumor that a steamship
,,-.. - cu vuai icrt'ii iu curry couee
ui ' to ,,ca'"llnavla has been can-
C. .". """ ,ne steamer win nnng
;q to ew Orleans instead.
. 7 !. T nit
BH ' r rlinrywORD ITS THE IT IT ALWAYS WASTHE F.Nr-ST S , RMHEMBER HOW . USED 1 f. I I j( tV
mm irrFnllk w .ooSTiJi ( slipewtown owing To the ) towur water on .tofTJ -wi f MElAr.
WI , L ( THE WAY THE BOYS M SUCKES TLO OKIN&5 u '?f pENSJTY OF the oou,TlC LIMESTONE Llll Cold nhGHT! J !$&& 'uU BET IVE-2-"'
Wig jo rTHi3 If ,N'9,M MUST HAVE A TRY AT j1 jpM I L M CwC" ll ImES SwEHAlr L
PROSPERITY IS RISING AND SO ARE
PRICES, SAYS HARDWARE MERCHANT
F. J. Semple, Vice President of Simmons Hardware Co.,
Predicts Wonderful Year Why the Price of Silks
Is Rising Explained More Conventions Coming
"Wo are dolnft a wonderful business
notwithstanding that prices nro polng up
In almost evtry tine," snld P, J. Semple,
vice president of Simmons Hardware Com
pany, 423 Arch street, today.
"There la one thing I can't understand,"
he said, "and that Is, how this wave of
prosperity seems to havo swept all over
mo country, ann yet we mid It has not yet
reached tho little dealer In tho country
"I can't figure, for Instance, why wo
Rhpntd be told by dealers In such places
na Bethlehem, whero every one seemj to
be making money day nnd night, that
collections nro slow. And Bethlehem Is
hot the only instance. Wo get It from
other prosperous places, where ammuni
tion Is being manufactured, But about
prices going up. There's a telegram Just
came In asking us not to make any more
quotations on certain bits nnd drills as
they had gono up 40 per cent. Tho fact
of tho matter Is, high-grade steels are
not only selling at a premium, but they
are getting scarce. Tho demand for cut
ting steels, for machines for these muni
tion plants nnd for many of tho munitions,
ns well, has created almost a famine.
Then tho men who were experts In tho
manufacture of these steels went over to
the ammunition plants for better wages."
"N'alls," continued Mr. Semple, "aro
hlghor, but they are not high enough. I
havo ngurcd out thnt the same weight
of steel Ingot or stoel rod that goes Into
tho manufacture! of a keg of noils would
bring moro on tho market today nt pres
ent prices than tho nails. The keg costs
tho steel company 14 cents, so I deduct
that from tho prlco nnd I can't seo why
It pays to through the three operations
necessary to make tho nails, when tho
raw material, ns you may call It. costs
moro than tho manufactured article. Wo
export to every country In tho world,"
snld Mr. Semplo, "nnd wo seo a big year
ahead of us."
Velvet Ribbons Scarce
"Wo don't Import milch In the way of
ribbons," said U 13. Chapman, of Bowen
Dungan Company, wholesale dealers In
ribbons, velvets and millinery. "Velvet
ribbons como principally from tho neigh
borhood of Lyons, Krnnce, nnd they are
very scarce. Thero wns nn unprecedent
ed demand for them last yenr, and every
dealer was cleaned out. Wo aro expect
ing a slmllnr demand this yenr, and nro
prepared for It. .Most of our silk rib
bons aro mndo In this country in Pater
son, N. .! nnd alt over Pennsylvania.
In broad silks for dresses prices aro
going up. The demand for silk garmonts
of every description In tho United States
Is enormous, A few years ago silk un
dcrwenr for ladles was a luxury only
thought of by multimillionaires. Today
silk underwear Is almost common. Look
nt tho young women going to work nnd
show me ono who Is not wearing silk
stockings. Silk for dresses never was
In such demnnd, and the prices for raw
Bilk' aro getting higher nnd higher. Per
sonally, 1 believe thero Is some manipula
tion of the raw silk supply. As for arti
GRAIN AND FLOUR
WHEAT. Receipts, Sill.OUli hush. Tlio mar
ket whh strong and 2c. hlRhcr under a good
demand. Quotations: Car lots. In export ele
vntor-Xo. 2 retl. spot and Junuary, 3i.:iH1.3.'!:
No. 2 Southern red, $1.21)171. .'II: uteamer No. 2
red, St.2MJl.Sinj No. 3 red: l.2il.:i(i: rejected
A, $T.2.-iH1.27H; rejected II, $1.24K1.2tl.
COIIN. ltecetpts. 10.B7H buih. ortcrlncs
wero light and tho market ruled llrm. thouah
quiet. Quotations: Car lotn for local trade, an
to location Westprn No. 2 yellow, HlfibSc. : do.,
uteumer yellow, 82VarTMHa ; do.. No. : yellow,
wxgfCc; Southern yoltow, SOit82c: cob, per
70 n., NB81c.
OATH. Itt-celpts. fW.50l bush. The market
advanced lUc. under Hutu orfertnEts and a
fair demand. Quotations: No. 2 white, AMP
W'4c; standard white. M'.fTiSSc.: No. 3 white,
52ViftKIc.j No. 4 white. WWmc.j samplo
onts. -tBifllH-jC. j purified mite, graded, .v'nf
t-lJOVll. Receipts. 1MW bids, and U70.S20 llig.
In sackfi. Tho strength of wheat Influenced
an udtanro In mill limits. They round It
difficult to afreet business, however, owing to
the competition or cheAp second-hatui tocks.
(JuotAtloni per ltxt lbs. In wood Winter clear.
3.i.Vtin: do., straight. t5.liOKtl.2.1: do., pat
ent. Ji)..".3l.tW; Kansas, clear, Jute sacks,
.33frs.70: do., ttralRht. lute sacks. 13.S5fld.10;
do., patent. Jute sacks, Jd.trStl.33: sprlntr, first
clear. J3.vVft3.uO: do., straight. $(MH1.2.i: iln.,
patent. $.23ft.73; do., favorite brands. $0,83
7.25; city mills, choice, and fancy patent. Jtl.S..
Si7.23: cftv mills, rezular grades Winter, clear,
3.r,ovirn.1: do., straight, 43.lioaJ.23; do., pat
ent, J0.33ff.70. . , .
HVB PIXJUK. Tho markot ruled firm under
small vunnlles but trarin was quiet. We quote
at $5.23ifr3.GO per libl.. as to quality.
There was a fair Jobbing Inquiry and values
were well maintained. Quotations ranged on
the following, basis: City beef. In sets,
smoked and alr-drled. 2l23e.: Western beef,
in sets, smoked. 2li23a: city beef, knuckles
and tenders, smoked nnd alr-drled. 20iV27c,i
Western beef, knuckles, and tenders, smoked.
2tVft27c: beet llama. J28S30: Dork, family.
2i.Sfiii3: hams. S. P. cured, loose, UHWlSc.;
do., skinned, loose. lBfllSKci ,do..,do.. smoked,
17V-jftlbo.: other hams, smoked, city cured,
aB lo urnnu unu aHPr; ,'..m. ' ..' .. .'
smoked. Western cured. itlWU7c.l do., boiled,
boneless. 20o.: plonlo shoulders. S. P. cured
loose, lU'Jc; do., smoked. ll!Ml2c.: bell las In
Pickle, according to average, loose. 12.W12HC:
breakfast bacon, as tu brand and average,
city cured, IMfl8c.; breakfast bacon. West
era cured 'lSSfOcj lard. Western. reHned. In
tierces. 10c: do., do., do,, tubs. lOKc: do.,
pure city, kettle, rendered. In tierces. lOVci
do., pure city, kettle rendered. In tubs. lOkc.
The market ruled firm, but there was little
trading-. lteflnerrf list prices; , E!ra nne
granulated. B.73o. ; stsndard granulated, S.bOo..
Sow'lered, B.83c: confectioners1 A. S.e3e.; soft
Hl'TrEIt. -Demand readily absorbed the lim
ited i rerelpts of fancy stock and values, were
well sustained. Following are the quotations:
Western, fresh. solld-nacW creamery, fancy
srieclals. 30c: extra. 34c; extra firsts. .Ilea-'c.:
first 1'aaMc.i seconds. 23W27c; ladles. 2tv
22.: nearby prints, foney. 37c: average eg.
tfi 3l83cfi firsts. 2832c.: seconds. 2fl27c.:
ipectal fancy brands of prints Jobbing at 4d
KOha.-Itecelpts were light and the market
ruled Arm and 30c. per case higher with de
mand fully enual to the offerings of strictly
tins stock Following are, the quotations: In
free cases nearby extra. 37c per do.: nearby
firsts to"20 per standard case; nearby cur.
Pent receipt. W-8 Pe' J"!-A'so'iin'ift
firsts J1O.20 per case: do., firsts. 10.90 per
cass ;' fancy, selwHed candled eggs wera Jobbing
t 3&to41c. per dozen. , . . ., . ,
CHEESE. Tho market ruled firm under light
offerings and a fair demand. Following are
fho quotations! New York .full cream, fancy,
hlld ISSlS'Je.J sDeclals" higher; do., fair to
glod, hsTd, iVdlTHc.! do., part skims. lOdlSc.
LIVK. The market . was quiet and un
changed, with ample offerings. Quota-
ficial silk, the price of It has more than
doubled, with none coming from nbroad,
only one plant making It In the t'nltcd
States, nnd It Is now paralysed by a
strike. We nro looking forwaid to an
Can't Get Norwegian Cheese
Swiss cheese, tn fact, every kind of Im
ported cheeso Is advancing rapidly In
price, and some kinds are not to be had
at any price, according to Thomas Mar
tlndnte. of Thomas Martindale & Co.. 10th
and Market streets.
"Norwegian cheese cannot be bought
today," said Mr. Martindale, "Honuefort
has advanced and Is going up, nnd Brie
Is very scarce.
"There has been an Unusual demand
this year for high-grade dried fruits and
the quality Is unusually good. Prunes
long ago only came from Krnnco, Serbia
nnd Bulgaria. We still get them from
France, but none Is coming from either
Serbia or Bulgaria. Tho supply now
comes mainly from California, whero tho
crop has been unusually good this yenr."
Another Convention Coming
The Convention Bureau of tho Chamber
or Commerco has Just secured for Phila
delphia the next convention of Commis
sion Merchants of the United States. The
number of members expected to attend
will bo 1S00. This Is one of tho most Im
portant commercial bodies In tho country.
Foreigners Want Our Goods
Among tho Inquiries for prlcos, etc.. ac
companied with samples of goods desired
from foreign countries received this
morning from Washington by tho Bureau
of Foreign nnd Domestic Commerco of
tho Philadelphia Chamber of Commerco
wero tho following:
Cigars and leaf tobacco from Franco.
Willow for making wicker chairs, otc,
Paper, various kinds, for wrapping,
Wlro for the manufacture of beds nnd
chairs, from France.
Tobacco pipes made of wood, from Vnn
couver, B. C.
Syringes for disinfectants from London,
Hosiery cloth for men's underwear from
Slngnporo a British possession.
All theso can be seen for a few days at
tho Bureau of Forolgn and Domestic
Commerce, 12th floor of the Widenor
12 FirniH in U. S. Making Dyes
The Bureau of Commerce. Washington,
reports that American ilyo works nro
turning out coal tar dyes nt tho rale of
13,000 tons annually, made solely from
American raw materials. It Is claimed
that there aro now 17 llrms engaged In
manufacturing Intermediates nnd 12 flnm
turning out finished dyes. The total Im.
ports of artificial colors before the war
was 23,000 tons.
tlons: Fowls, ns to site and quality. inniRc:
roosters. liMJiaWc: spring chickens, accord
ing to quality, ldifisc. ; turkeys. M822c ;
'..!' 9 " am' quality. tBB17c; geeso,
13SJ17C: guineas, young, weighing 2 lbs. and
over apiece, per ralr. SMOOc. ; weighing !'
lbs. apiece, per pair, 73'BSOc.: weighing 1 lb.
"Piece, per ualr. r,0c. ; guineas, old, per pair,
60c.: pigeons, old, nor pair, 25B2SC.; do.,
young, per pair. 18320c
DRESSED. The market nite.1 fir ...uli Am.
mand readily absorbing the limited offerings
of desirable stock. Quotations: Fresh-killed.
ltrvri9rUa.( fnu. . It .. .,.. ,.., .T
dry-parked fowls. 12 to box. dry.plc.kedT fancy!
selected. in4c.: do., weighing 4 lbs. and over
aDleCO. llli.! rln.. a'lpMn. 'All lh. nnl..b iu.. .
ens. Jersey, fancy broilers, 2ir20c; other
nearby fancv broilers, 22a2lc: Western broil
'"' rKf'-tfln? 'Wii-J lbs. apiece. 22824c North
ern Illinois, fancv yellow chickens, weighing 4
bs. and over. In boxes. 20Hlc ; do., do.,
wcghng SUg.jtt lbs., mboxes. ISffllic. ; do.,
wolghlng -mnji .bs. In bbls., 17B18c. other
if.V,rn' wlahi.n,'t 4 lb8' HnJ ver. Ill boxes.
-Sffllrc: other Western, weighing 2(,.ii lbs.
b-?LLM,-i 10,7tl, "ther 0estern. weighing
2J4!ulJ4 lbs.. In bbls.. Maine.: Inferior. He.
Turkeys, nearbv. fancy. 27B2SC: do., do., good
to choice, 2aB2fK-.; do., Western fancy, Jilc:
SSn-e?0" f004 ,'P choice. Klacnc; do., fair,
SJ-S, doolcl om. 2tc: do., culls an.
No. s. 10ff20c. Spring ducks, nearby. 18ft
20c-.; do.. Western, fancy. 17SflSc; do., do"
fair to good. 12:.v. Geese, nearby. HMrlHc:
do.. Vjestem, 1401. Squabs, per doz. White,
woighlnz 11 to 12 lbs. per doi.. S3 10fitl:
white, weighing 0 tri 10 lbs. per doi.. st.nnti
3; whlto, weighing 8 lbs. per dos.. M.73J14;
d?.. do,. 7 lbs. per doi.. WH3.30; do., do."
WJjdU lbs. per doi.. J2.&02.73: dark, K.SSH
2.3; small and No. 2. $11.23.
Demand was only moderate, but alues gen-
other Mtrlelles. 11.301)2.50: No. 2', li23lT'.hn:
unnld. In knit. r. ll. ,, .... .u... ..."
-ri"" ; ww.r., vt ixz. ",B-. uc.wi.oii;
crair. t.ooni.ou; lemons, per nox. sajri; pine.
?PI)le?).JCCi:rate forto Itleo, J2..WW3.23: Flor
ys.,2.B0: cranberries. Caps Cod, per bbl.,
Wtfll: do.. Cape Cod, per crate. I2.50'3: do..
Jersey, per crate. S2.23S2.73; strawberries.
Florida, per qt.. 25S33c
. The general market was quiet and without
Important change. Quotations: White pota
toes, per bush., il.lutti.23; white potatoes,
Jersey, per basket No. I Hose, noftJOc. : No. 1
other varieties. BOS7oc; No. s. 30fl40c: sweet
potatoes, Jersey, per basket No. I, 4"S30v :
No. i". 1.1B25e sweet potatoes. Virginia, per
bbl.. ll.nOt.1.73; onions, per Ido-lh. bac-Xo, I,
12.23fc2.7J; No a. 7Bu.dll,S3i cabbage. Danish
per ton, 10ttl2: celery, New York, per bunch.
UWIOc; spinach. Norfolk, per bbl.. 1181.23:
kale, Norfolk, per bbl., tH'fjUVr. : lettuce, Flor
ida, per basket. 111.30; do.. North Caro
lina, per basket. 75o.f31l: do.. Texas, per
basket. GOS73c; beans. Florida, per basket,
ll.CO&Gi peas. Florida, per bssket. 124;
peDpera Florida, per carrier. SUVJ.SO; egg
pUnt. Florida, per, crate, 12.23fc2.73: mush
rooms, per 41b. basket. ilei.So.
Strikes Gas "Well
NEW YORlC, Jan. IS. According to ad
vices received today, the Umpire 1'otrol
eum Company has struck an exceptional
gas well, the first flow measuring 1.250,000
cublo feet of gas per day. The strike was
made on the edge of one of the company's
oil pools and U said to be very rich In
a?" "fiSh'T" :l ,1)s. apiece. 17c: do., smaller
sires. tsaiOc. Fowls. In bbls., dry-picked- Fan-?fif-rll,aW1
ov'r "D'ece. 18Wc. smaller slies.
JoirliC (lift mnjttern ilv.nlfrnA U. f.Kit.
n 'v.. . r.ir-uijr iiem, wuoiniions: Applet,
per bbl.-Jpnathan, fancy, I3.233 30; do., fair
1" good, 12.DOS.1; Mcintosh, s.lKl.r.O: Wlneaap.
t.T-SSr?2-S3! ,,,la.,lw,.I,S,la0li,'''-:li Hlaek Twit
.S-fSS?'15 "f'njea' aolden.J2.56oa; OreenlnK
42.5033, York Ifnperlal. jT:i; Tweniy-ouneS
S2iitt: Ptnn n. S?fi.1r Tien rinL-i. t. 'r-... -.,.!
ABSENT-MINDED ABNER He
CURB LIST WEAK
AFTER EARLY RISE
High-Priced Issues Suffered
Most Oil Shares Steady.
NEW YOIIK, .Inn. H.-I11 the market for
outside securities todny speculation wns
on c somewhat lighter scale, although at
tho outset strength developed ori re
purchases by those who wero partly In
strumental In causing the upward turn
yesterday. Around mlddny, however,
considerable realizing set In, which
brousht about a shnrp reaction, especi
ally In tho high-priced issues. Mldvnlo
Steel, after selling up to 72, declined 111
points, International Nickel, after an
Improvement of M. sold off 111. Atlantic
Oulf and West Indies shares were down
1H for tho common and 111 for the pre
ferred. Tho Marina stocks ruled strong
In sympathy with tho Issues In tho
Stock Kxchnnge. Motor shares were re
actionary. While eased olT nearly a point,
while Chevrolet moved within a rnngo
of about 2 points. Chandler, after selling
up n point, lost the gain. Maxim Muni
tions was again under pressure and de
clined more than a point.
Oil stocks were generally steady but
less active. Cosden cased olt a small
fraction while S. O. nt California on
good buying moved up 3 points.
Copper shares, after early firmness,
doveloped a heavy tono In sympathy with
the balance of tho list. Ketinecott, after
moving up to Mi. cased off to C5?, while
Klrst National declined to 7. Hondo wero
strong- under the lead of Haltlmoro nnd
Record Year for S. O .of New York
Notwithstanding Interruption of busi
ness and Hcnornl development work
abroad, last year was the best ever wit
nessed by th Standard Oil Company of
Now York. Tho compnny s earnings nt
the close of December 31, It Is sold, wero
a big surprlso to even those In charge of
the company's operations. Tho last quar
ter of 1915. tho greatest from tho stand
point of enrnlngs In tho company's his
tory, displayed a return at nn estimate
rate of over W per cent, on the 175.00O.P0O
capitalization. Tlil.s feature was the ro
sult of sales only and did not Include,
earnings of tho company's shipping
brnnch. The Stnndurd Transportation
Compnny, a Standard Oil of New York
shipping subsidiary, during 191. enjoyed
tho exceptional year In the matter of In
come. In fact, estimates on tho yenr's
returns avcrngo botween SM per cent, und
300 per cent, on tho company's 113,000,000
Favor Taking Kcnnecott Shares
Replies havo been received from vir
tually all of tho stockholders of tho Gug
genheim Exploration Company on tho
question of distributing the Utnli Copper
stock held by tho Guggenheim Company
In the liquidation of Its business. The
replies show thnt moro than 93 per cent,
of the Guggenheim stockholders havo
elected to take Kennccott shares for their
rights lt l.'talt and less than 1 per cent,
Atlantla Oulf fc V I
Cuban Cane Hugnr
Inter Nickel new
Kelley-Mprlngtleld w I
A J.i 1 Itubber Ini' w I
Atlantic Utilf uvua
Canadian Car ."fe Foundry
Citmdlnn Cur t Foundry pref ..
Chevrolet Mutnr Car .t
Haskell Ilurker Car
International Mer Marino
Internntlonnl Mer Murine pref ..
Kathndlon llronzo pref
l'onte Knglno Ac Machinery
Hi Joseph I,cnd
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favor of tho Pennsylvania Salt Manu
facturing Company for land taken from
tho company for the opening of Weccacoo
street from Snyder avenue to Sliunk
street. At present there nr more than
200 mandamuses outstanding, amounting
to 1S3.40O and bearing 6 per cent. Interest.
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS
CHICAGO, un. lS.-HOOS.-IIecelpts, 23.
000; market strong. Sff'.lK. higher; mixed und
butchers. 17.10417.iul: good heavy. !7.03tt7.:
rough heavy. !7.037.2: light. 10.0uii7.4O:
pigs. S.7.'vaaR3: bulk. 17.15U7.30.
CAITLEJ. ltecetpts, rorfl; market steady and
weak: beeves. lH.3tMi9.70: cows and heifers,
s:i.:iias.40: Teians, 18.4OU7.40: calves. 17.23b)
HIIEKI, rtecelpls. in.OOO: market steady:
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slightly firmer, ton grades; receipts. 3MU
fiackagea: extra creamery, 3.1c,: higher scor
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BiG3. Market vtrady. firm, rerelpts, 1)071
packages: extra firsts. 3IA33C. , firsts. 321(g)
i'lc; nearby whites. 3061410.. mixed color.
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Falls Into a Reflective
A. V.JOHNSON DEAD;
FAMOUS 'MOW STAR
MADE MILLIONS LAUGH
Death Claims Popular Actor
After Several Months' Ill
ness That Followed Nerv
GREAT LOSS TO LUBIN'S
Tribute in Verse
lo Arthur V. Johnson
The curtain falls upon the play
No more to riso in boiir.
The last strnin of n symphony
Is lost in the weeping throiifr.
The calcium darkens on the screen,
No more to brighten hearts.
Tho mnster hand of it master crntt
Is lost to stage-set marts.
But the spirit still remains in song
As the calcium dims its light.
I hear the weeping throng all sob,
01 master hand, good-night!
Henry Malcolm Baker, 191G.
Arthur V. ,1ohlisou. "movlo" stnr. who
mude millions laugh and weep. Is dead.
His final exit temoves one nf tho most
popular actors In tho world of silent
drnma. llut doath will not removo him
from tho photoplay stage. While rela
tives and friends are mourning the actor's
loss today at his home, 1711 Spring Gnr
don street, ho Is entertaining multitudes
In every nook nnd cornor or the worm
whero moving pictures are known.
Tho last scene of his ovcntful llto wns
enacted as he wished It to be quietly.
Ills mother, Mrs. 'M. A. Johnson, wns
summoned from her home nt Northamp
ton, Mass., a few days ago and watched
him night and dny. Just a fow minutes
yesterday, when ho seemed especially
cheerful, sho left him. When ho re
turned to his bedBldrj he was dead.
His eollnpso wns duo lo n nervous
breakdown brought on by overwork. Ha
wos 111 for several months.
News of Mr. Johnson's death canto ns
a great blow to tho officials of tho J.u
blu Company, who regarded him as their
own particular son. Slgmtinil l.ubln dis
covered his worth when ho was playing
tinfeaturcd roles for other companies, and
tho "movlo" stnr soon proved that tho
locnl producer wns right. At the studio,
20th street and Indiana nventie, where
Mr. Johnson was a familiar figure, nil
was quiet today. A feeling of gloom per
meated the various stages In this llttlo
world of romance. Tho actors could not
put their hcartH Into the work. The "ex
tra" hoy. who wns simply n pnrt of tho
"atmosphere." as well ns the other stars,
all know tho depnrted netor Intimately.
MADI2 MILLIONS I.AITHI.
His oyes alono frequently told as much
ns tho entlro story. Ho inado un nttdlenco
laugh by the mere elevation of Ills eye
brows. Tho artistic touch wns apparent
in his liveliest comedy ns well as in his
most romantic drnmn.s
Ho sat on a chair with the unconscious
gruco of a Chesterfield. When he kissed
a woman's hand It wns llko a rhaptcr
In history. It was a treat to see him
enter and leave a room. He gave his
hat and cano to 11 servnnt like a lord of
tho manor. His frown was a barrier
against Intimacy and his order to u hire
ling was n command from an emperor.
Tho spirit of romanco radiated from his
entlro being, and It Is small wonder that
ho dominated ovcry sccno In which ho
Evidence that his memory will be per
petuated Is already forthcoming. The
I.uliln Company wns besieged today for
nlcturcs of any kind In which he hns ap
peared. It Is figured that tho public will
be more engor than over to seo the man
who has been their prime favorite for
In epenklng of tho .' nintis 1 ovle actor.
Mr. I.ubln uld:
"Mr. Johnson unquestionably held n
unlquo place as 11 producer nnd an actor.
He stnmpotl tho impress of his nrt on
every photoplay he lllmed for the I.ubln
Company. He could hundlo n delicate,
complex situation with surpassing skill,
nnd the next Instant attain a climax with
almost terrifying strength and passion.
There was an ever-present virility nnd
certainty of expression in a Johnson
photoplay. Thoie wore nover any slurred
moments nor did he ever sink to tho
maudlin nor resort to tho grossly sen
sational for his appeal; yet he projected
his message unfailingly. This may ex
plain why a woman, unable tn read tho
captions well, declared that It didn't make
any difference when the big man acted.
"Mr. Johnson was prodigal with his
time and patience when working. It was
not an uncommon sight for him to do-
vote 30 mlnutoi to continuous repetitions
of n bit of business which nn 'extra'
could not grasp, rather than speak
bluntly to the beginner. It was this con
sideration of others which endeared him
to the rank nnd Ilia of Lublu workers.
He had an Inimitable sense of humor,
which was almost Impossible to record."
HORN IF IOWA.
Mr. Johnson was 30 years old. He was
born in Davenport. Iowa. He. ran away
from college at the age of 19 and Joined
11 traveling company which wns pro
ducing Shakesperean plays. Then he
drifted to tho romnntlc drama, playing
with Sol Smith Russell; Robert U. Man
tell, who hnd not yet essayed Shake
sperean roles; Mario Walnwrlght, and In
Shaw'8 "Cashel Byron's Proftsslon."
He responded to the call of the
"movies" about seven years ago, and
Joined the Blograph Company under the
direction of D. W. Griffith. Ho played
opposite to Lillian Walker, Mary Pick
ford, Henry B. Walthall, Marlon Leon
ard und James Klrkwood. Four years
ago he Joinefl the Lubin forces.
Ik Tnhnann'a nthpf la lt.A T7t. Tin
..41. muww. m ..... .u ...w ..u. -,. 1
M. A. Johnson, a retired Episcopal
clergyman. His wlfa Is known on tho
stage as Mary Vaughan. In addltlpn to
his parents and widow, he Is survived
by one daughter.
Mood! By Walt McDougall
REV. JAMES M. WELCH
South Philadelphia Minister Dead
After 10-Day Illness
Tho Hew James M. Welch, psstor of
PrcsMlerlan Church of the Evangel.
, ISth nnd Tnsker streets, and ono of the
best-known clergymen In South Philadel
phia, died yesterday nl his home, 233.
Wharton street. He wns K years old. He
had heen 111 for only 10 days,
funeral services will bo held on Thursday
afternoon for the deceased minister In his 1
church, with the Itev. Park K. Miller,
formor pastor, officiating. Tho Interment
will be In Mount Morlnli Cemetery.
The Itev. Mr. Welch Is survived by n
widow, Mrs. Martha O. Welch. Ho wbji
n member of a family of social standing,
his ancestors having been nctlvo In the
American Revolution His father was
also a minister, with a congtcgntlon In
North Rurfolo. Pa.
Mr. Welch wos graduated from the
Wnshlngton and Jefferson College. He
received his theological training In the ,
Allegheny Seminary. For extended philo
sophical research ho wns ownrded tho de
gree of doctor of philosophy by the Grole
IMtv Cnllene. Mr. Welch wns n linllvn '
of Cnnnonsburg, Pa. lie .occupied the
pastorate of the Mvangel Church for
about n year.
Found Dead, Hanging Front Tree
MKDIA. Pn.. Jan. tS.-Thn body of nil
unidentified mnn was found this morn
ing by .Intnes Cnrtcr nnd John Williams,
of Media, hanging from the limb of a
tree In the woods along Ridley Creek, nt
Rose Vnlley. Tho man was evidently n
foreigner, nntl had been dead since Sat
urday, ns thero was snow 011 tho body
from Sunday's storm.
JONl'.S, In loving rememhrnnen or MARY
ll.. true, honest and lieloed wife nf oen
Jnnea. who departed this Ufa January 18,
1007. Not forgotten.
llfSHANl). SON AND DAfOHTRRH.
Thete Notice Are Printed in the
Evening Ledger Free of Charge
IIROW.V On January in, 101(1. CHARLES
It., husband nf Mary llronn (nee Alrhelmnni.
ngei! M years. Relatives nnd friends, aleo
Holy Family Society. Volltfsfest Vereln and
West Philadelphia Distribution Department
of P. O. I., nro Invited to attend tho funeral,
on Thursday, nt : (1. in., from his late
residence. r030 llntcrfonl ave. Mas of Re
uulem at St. IgnalluV Church at 10 a. m.
precisely. Interment at St. Denis' Cemetery.
Automobile lortege. Doytestown papers rlejsa
CAMI'llKl.r.. On January 10, 1010. I1K1.RN
.lOHKI'IUNM, only daughter of Joseph nnd
Nelllo Campboll men llnrreni. , In her I'th
year. Relatives nnd friends nnd the pupil;
of St. Thomna' School Invited to attend
funeral, Thursday. S'.'IO n. m.. from residence
or parents. 2.11:1 Wntklns el. Mass of
Itenulem nt the Church of St. Kdmond. 10
a. ni. precisely. Interment Holy Lrosa Cemo
tery. CAIITKIC At Trenton. N. J . on .lanunry 10,
R1W. WILLIAM II. CARTRR. In tho 81s'
venr of his ago. RelntUes nnd friend", nlso
Ooo,l Intent Lodge. No. It). A. O t . J ,, nre
Invited to attend funeml ser Icee. U ednes
day, Jnnmiry 10, nt the M. R. Church. Helds
bornugh. N. .1., i: p. tn. Interment llnnleii
tnwn Ccmcterv. Remains may b viewed at
hli uei-how.i residence. Wlnllold S. Carty.
57 Nolicl ave.. Trenton, N. J.. Tueadjiy, ,
tn t . tn.
CHARLTON. On Jnnunrv 10. 1010. FRAN
CIS, husband of Mary K. Hart Charlton,
aged t;7 years. Relative and friends, also
Keystone. Lodge. No. 271. F. nnd A. M :
Colunibln It. A. Chapter. No. 01: St. John a
Cmniuandery. No. I. K. T. T.: Philadelphia
Consistory A. and A. Rite; Mneonle Vet
ernns' Association: Excelsior fridge. No. 411.
I. O. O. F. : Continental Republican Club:
1'fllh Centurv Republican Club; trustees nf
the stnle llnsnltal for the Insane, and all
other organizations of which he was a mem
ber, nro Invited to attend tho funeral aerv
reu. on Wednemlay. nt " n. tn. precisely, at
Ills late residence. .'I ''J Oxford st. Inter
ment at West Laurel Hill Cemetery. Auto
mobile eervlce. Remains may be vlatvod on
Tuesday, betneen tho hours of 7 and 0
CHAHU. KLLEN FLORENCE, widow nf
William Mlnot Chase, en January 17, 1010,
In her 80th year, nt tho residence of her son,
Rdward llerwlnd Chnio. Radnor, t'a. Serv
ices at tho house Wednesdny. at 4 p. m.
Carriages will meet train leaving Broad Ht.
Station at 3:15. Interment private.
CLARK. At his lato residence, Torresdale.
Philadelphia, on January in. I0l0. JOHN ,K..
husband of Elizabeth Clark lure llahl).
Friends may call on Wednesday, between s
ami 10 p. ni. Services and Interment strictly
COOPER. On January 17. 1010. HARRY L..
boii of Thomas and Knthyrn Cooper nice
lllgglna). Itclntlvea and frlenda aro Invited
to attend 1110 itinera! services, -i-mirauuy ui
iTiioon. at 1 o'clock, nt his late lesldence. 000
South St. Bernard at. Interment at West
Laurel Hill Cemetery
D'AI.ONZO. On January 10, 1010. ANGELO,
husband of Mary d'Alotizo. aged 3 years.
Relatives nnd frlenda urn invited to attend
Ilia funeral, on Wednesday, at H:30 a. in.,
from his lato residence. InSl Christian st.
Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Rlta'a Church.
Interment ut Holy Croea Cemetery.
RAMPMAN. At his residence. 3i.t North
SiJ St.. on January 17. Will. CLARENCE A..
husband of Emma Dampman and son of the
late John and Rachel Dampmun. Notice of
DKWKES. On January 10. 1010, CHARLES
IL. husband of Anna I llowees. Itelutlvea
and friends, aleo Orescent Castle. No. 08, K.
O. E., nro Invited to attend the funeral serv
ices, en Wednesday, at U p. ni.. at his lato
residence. 810 North 03th at. Interment at
West Laurel Hill Cemetery. Remains may
bo viewed on Tuesday, from 8 to 10 p. m.
DONNELLY. On January 17. 1010. HENRY
DONNELLY, husband of Mary Donnelly Inee
Smith) and eon or late Charles and tfusan
nnnnnttv. nt Ciintv Tvrcnn. Ireland. Rela
tives and friends, also St. Michael's Holy
Name Society; Division No. 10. A. O. II .
nnd Court 1'ontlac, No. H. F. of A., are In
vited to attond funeral. Thursday, at 8::it)
a. nt.. from late residence, till oreen St..
Chester. 1'a. Solemn Requiem Mass at St.
Mlchaol'a Church. Chester. Pa . at 10 o'clock.
Interment Holy Crosa Cemetery.
llHYREN. At her home, nernardsvllla. N.
.1 . on January 10. 1016, CYNTHIA FAIR
CHILD, widow of John F. Dryden. In her
73th year. Funeral servlcea will be held at
her late home, Deruardsvllle. N. J., on Wed
nesday, at '."aO p. m. A special train will
leave Ifoboken 011 D., L. and . it. R. at
1:13. stopping at Newark at l:'i and Ht
Summit at I 13. Llmouslnea will be In
waiting at Rernardsvllle. Returning, train
leaving Ileroardsvllla at 4 n. m. Interment
Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Newark. N. J., at
convenience of tho family.
ELDER. At her residence. JR North 30th
at. on January 17. 1010 EL1HA1IETH W.
widow of Thomas W. Elder, aged 83 years.
Notice of funeral later.
ELY. At Perkins. N. J, on January 10,1910,
WILLIAM II. ELY. In his 40th yar. Rela
tives and friends are Invited to attend funeral
service. Wednesday, at L':.10 p. ni.. at lata
residence, Perkins, N. J. Interment private.
KNO.VRIJ. On January 10, JUKI. SUSAN R.
ineo Uossard), widow of William Engard.
Relatives and friends ara Invited to attend
the funeral services, on Thursday, at 1 p. m ,
at her lata residence. 3341 East Norrla St.
Interment at Northwood Cemeterv.
KI'HlCIHTv-On January 18. 1010. at the
residence of her son-in-law, William C liv
ett. &&31 Addison St., MAROARET, wlfa of
Frank Eprlght and daughter of tho lata
Maurice and Sarah James, tn her 72d year.
Relatives and friends are Invited to attend
the funeral services. Friday afternoon, at -o'clock,
at tba apartments of Oliver H. Ualr,
1S20 Chestnut st. Interment private, at Ar
KWINfi. On January 10. 1918. SAMUEL E.
EWINO. aged 70 years. Relatives and
friends ara Invited to attend tns funeral serv
ices, on Wednesday, at 'J p. ra at his late I
residence, 128 York ave,. West Cspa Mr.
K V. Interment at b!! llrtck Church em
tery. Cold Spring, N J.
IMMOVrV On Jsnutrfln. iOlfl. HUMS! A.,
wife of O. Norman Famous, Fimersl from
residence ot brnther-ln-lsw. tmle fleetfh
Radnor, Pa. Services at Oulf tCm-lst(ss5
Church,, en W eaneaday, at 2 f, m. interment
t Oulf cemetery. Jrake Philadelphia nnd
Western trains to Ouir Btatlon. Remain
may b Mewed nn Tuesday evening.
rr.OVI).- At the residences of lir slMef. Ws.
K. V. Wells, 21.17 N. Uber St., on January
17. lOtC. in.iZAllHTir B. H.oVl. 'daughter
of the late William nnd Elizabeth; Rogers,
Notice of funeral later.
roSTKU. On January 1. 1010, FRANCIS
H. FOSTF.lt. ege.l 4!) year. Relatives and
friends, sleo Solomon's I)de. No, 114. F.
and A. M., and nil other organizations of
which he waa a member, nre Invited, to at
tend funeral services, Wednesday, at 11 a, m.
precisely, at the chapet of Andrew J. ftair
ft Ron, Arch and 10th sis. Interment private.
Auto service. Remains my ba viewed Tues
day, from 7 to P p. m.
ritAV.VK.On January to. 1BI0. rATIUCK
.!. KRAYNK. htil)fld of .Mary Frayhe ne
McOInn). Relatives nnd friends, also. Lots
Order of Motwe. Lntlge No. M, are Invited
to attend tho funeral, on Thursdav. at 8:30
n. tn., from his late residence, lain North
22d st. Polemn High .Mnss of Requiem at St.
wi is abetlt's Ohttr h nt 10 a. m. interment at
Holy Cross Cemetery.
MA1IMAN. On January 17, 1010, MACItJA
I.KNK OARMAN. widow of Charles Oarmsn
(nee Young). RetatUes am! friends ara In
ilted to attend tho funeral services, en
Thursday, at 2 p, m.. at her late residence,
2010 North .list si Interment at Atount Ver
non Cemetery. Remains may bo vle-wed Wed-
neiuny, alter a p. m,
, aitKnN.-On Jjnaarv '.Ma ; nosadaugh.
ter rr the late Rdwarrf and ftusnn Oreen
Rets lives and friends, also St. Elizabeth's
Heneflclnl Society, Sacred Heart Society nf
St. Stephen's Church, aro Invited to attend
the funeral, on Friday morning, nt 8j30
o'clock, from her late residence, 342.1 Old
York rond. Solemn Requiem Mass at St
Stephen's Church. 10 o'clock precisely. Inter
ment Now cathedral Cemetery,
lREi:Ni:.--Oii January 17, 1010. MINERVA,
wire or Thomas M. Greene. Relatives and
rrldids ate Invited to attend the funeral
services. Thursday morning nt 11 o'clock, at
the residence of her daughter, Mrs, C. Q.
Abbott. 21.1 Poplar ave., Woodbury, N. J,
Interment private. Motors will be In wait
ing nt Woodbury Station to meet train leav
ing Market st. ferry at 10:30 o'clock,
IIADI'IELI).- On January 1(1. 1010, ROS
ANNA. wife of late William llndfle d, Sr In
her 7d year. Relatives and friends are In
vited to attend funeral, Wednesday, 2.30
p. m.. from the residence of her son, F.lljah
lladfleld. SP27 Klpp st. Interment Relvue
Cemetery. Remains may lie viewed Tuesday
evening, after 8 o'clock.
IIAI.I.OWKl.t.. On January 17. 1010. JOHN
HALLOWELL. aged ftt years. Relatives and
friends nro Invited to attend the funeral, on
yvedneaday, at s p. m,, from the offices of a
(leorge Clarke, undertaker. 172 Rrdndwny, if
Camden. Interment nt Evergreen Cemetery. Rl
HARPER. On January 17. 1010, HANNAH
A., nldnw of Joseph M, Harper, In her P2d
year. Relative and friends nro Invited to
nttend the funeral services, on Thursday,
20th Inst., nt 2 o'clock precisely, from his
late residence. 2012 N. Cnmac at. Interment
lll'.NDUICKSON' On .tnnnary 17, 1010.
EL1.A ANN llBNDIllCgSON. wife nt T.wla
T. llendrlckson.. aged 77 years. Relative
and friends are Invited to attend tho funeral
rrrvtvee. 011 iniireuay. at p. m.. nt nei
nue resiuence. on vvcusicr at. interment
IIKNN.-On January 17, 1010. CHRISTINA
F. HENN.tnen Jordan), widow of John J,
Henn. aged 70 years. Relatives and friends
also Tabeu tirllrs' Society, of St, Jakobus'
Herman Lutheran Church. Invited to attend
funeral cervices, Thursday. Ii30 p. m., at
residence of her son, Charles J. Henn. 2121
N. Pulrhlll st. Interment Qrcenmount Ceme
tery. Automobile tuneral.
llEltlllNL On January 10, 1010, REMt
1IERRI8I. uged 78 yeare. Relatives and
friends, also members of Herman Lodge. No.
123, F, and A. M.. nnd tiermnntown Maenner
chor, Invited to attend funeral. Thursday. 1
p. m., from residence of his nephew, Charles
P. Ensel, 31 Colllngawood ave., Onklyn. N. J.
Remnlnn mav be viewed Wednesday evening
,. . 1. -.j:' -. i.v..-.-.--.- : .,".,- .
Interment Ivy Hill Cemetery. n,
ii.i,iii-i-.i 1, ii. -un January iu, iuiu, Alt- Vf
TllUIt S., husband nf Esther Hollopler Inee ''
I'orter;. iteintivrs nnd rnends, also lonlo A
v.,u, ,,, ... -,,,, 4,i,, jiiiaiiiiui, nFHi 1110 ai- j.
tendance officers of tho Hoard of Education. 7
Inviled to attend funeral services, Wcdnes- 1
(lav. 2 p. m., nt late residence, 3231 N. 13th 4'
HP.MMKI. On January 10. 1010, JOHN F. 'it
iiu.vi.MGU in his .nth year. Relatives, and
mends ate Invited lo attend funeral services,
Tuesday, nt 7 p. tn., at residence of ills son,
John W. Hummed, 141 N. Parson st. Inter
ment Dauphin, Pa. llarrlsburg papers pleaso
IUITTL1N. On January 10, 1010, HERMAN,
son of Edward and Louise Oebhardt Huttlln.
Relatives and rrlends, also IxjchI No. 1, Mu
sicians' Union of America, are Invited to
attend funrrnl services, Wednesday, at 2
p. m., at lato residence. 037 W. Johnson St.,
liernmntown, Interment private. Remains
may be Mewed Tuesday evening.
.lENtHEN. On Janunry 10. 1010, FRANCES,
widow of August Jnnlgen. Relative and
friends are Invited to attend funeral, Thurs
day, nt 8:30 a. m., from residence of her son-in-law,
Robert J. McICre. 0022 Duffleld St.,
Frankford, Solemn Requiem Mass at St.
Joachim's Church at 10 o'clock. Interment
St. Joachim's Cemetery.
JOHNSON. On January 10. 1010. MARY,
widow of John A. Johnson. Relatives .and
friends aro Invited to attend funeral services,
Wednesday, at S p. m.. at late residence,
10.11 N. orlanna st. Interment private, at
Mt. Vernon Cemetery.
KANE. On January 17, 1010. ELLEN M.,
widow of John J. Ivntie. Hired 81 vears Rela
tives and friends are invited to attend the,
funeral, on Thursday, at 8 a. m.. from her
late residence, 31 Church st., Clifton Heights,
Delaware Countv. High Mass at St. Charier
Church, Oak View. Delaware County, Pa.,
at 10 a, m. Interment ut St, Charles' Ce ras
ters'. KEEN. On January 17. 1010. ELIZABETH
1... widow or John It. Keen, aged 87 years,
Relatives and friends ara Invited to attend
the funeral services, on Thursday, at 2 p. m...
at her lato lesldence. 22 York at.. Camden.
N. J. Interment private, at Harlelgh Ceme
tery. Remains may ba viewed on Wed
nesday, after 7 p. m.
KELLY. On January 10, 1010, PATRICK
KELLY. Relatives and friends ara invited
to attend funeral. Wednesday. 7:30 a. m
frcm sister's residence. Mrs. E. Kavanngh.
1337 (llrnrd ave. Solemn Moss of Requiem
St. Phtlln'H Church. II n.. m. Tntermenr
strictly private. Holy Cross Cemetery. R
KENNEDY. On January 18, 1810. PAT- !
RICK, beloved husband of Bridget. Kennedy. S.I
Jteiattves anu rrtenas or tne ramify are- re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral, on
Wednesday morning, at 8:30 o'clock, from
tha residence of Mr. Jnmra Rowan. S27
Rrown at. Meet Philadelphia. Solemn Re
quiem Mass at St. Agatha's 10 o'clock. Inter
ment at New Cathedral Cemetery. Auto
KIEMEIa At his son's residence, G730 Haiel
ave.. January 10. FREDERICK KISSEL,
husband of tne late Itarbara Kleael, aged 37
years. Relatives and friends also members
of Third Ilapttst German Church, are In
vited to attend funeral servlcea. Wednesday,
at 2 p. m., at. the Third Baptist derma
Church. 10th and RItner sts. Interment si
Femwood Cemetery. Remains may bo views
Tuesday. 8 to 10 p. tu., at 0730 Hasel ave.
KIMI.-On January 14. 1010, SARAH, widow
of Patrick King. Relatives and friends In
vited to attend funeral. Wednesday, 8:.10 a.
rn from residence of her niece. Miss Sarah
I'arlln 313 V PamAn St. Kntemn A(sa nf
Requiem at St. Edward's Church. 10 a. m. M
nreplvelv. Interment nrti-nte. -ffl
KIRKI'ATRlt'K. On January 10. 1010. MA.
TILDA KIRKPATRICK. widow of John If.
Klrkpatrck, Relatives and friends Invited
to attend funeral services. Thursday. S;30
p. in., at late residence. 4701 Sheldon St..
Manayunk, Interment private. Leverlncton
KOIIEK. On January 17.1010. MARY EL1.
A1I13TH. wife of Harry Kober. Relatives and
friends are Invited to attend tha funeral, on
Thursday, at 2 p. m., from her lata reel,
dence, (ills Woodland ave.. West Philadel
phia. Interment private.
KKAt'SE. On January 10, 1016. fJUSTAV
A., husband of tba lata Augusta Krause.
aged 72 years. Relatives and friends, also
the members nf Schiller Reading and Itenart
clal Society, Freemen Beneflclal Society, No.
1. of Philadelphia, are Invited to attend tha
funeral, on Thursday, at a p. m., from his
late residence. 102S North L'4th at.. Camden.
N". J. Interment at Oethel Cemetery.
KRAIITER. On January IB. 1016. EMII.1E
KRALTTER fnee Buehner). wlfa or J. nnrw.
Krauter, In her 04th year. Relatives and
,.-. w.,a . ,t.iurBB s,uv
members of Bethlehem Luth
cran Church, ara Invited to attend ths
tuneral services, on Wednesday, at 3 d. in.,
at bsr husband's residence, 2131 North 31st
st. intermsnt private.
UFFEKTY On January IT. 1918, MARY,
daughter of lata Frank and Mary Larferty.
Due notice of funeral, from residence of rier
brother, John Lafferty, ZiM N, JJouylsr tu
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