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-..' . l',"i..'. . f, .'. sir r - f ""' !i ' VJW1 , art, ,WU Mt ' t- s . s - ' i .- ,., ' .! J3OT6W I1- ioierong r SECTION PAGES 22, 23, 24 . I! r,)v"i.,irt EXTRM V VOL. HI. NO. 197 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1917 CorinifiiiT, 1017, nr the Pontic I.trxam (Tourist PRICE TWO CE1 . i - PICTORIAL aaW waW S 1U-NUIP D ANOTHER U. S. SHIP SUNK; 33 MEN SAFE, 13 MISSING ROCKINGHAM HIT BY U-BOAT, SAILORS SAY i '' ' Patrolboat Brings Survi vors With Tale of Latest Outrage VACUUM SKIPPER SAVED LONDON, May 2. Thirteen men of the crew of the American steamship Rockingham, tor pedoed and sunk by n German sub marine, were missing today when a patrol vessel brought in word of the tragedy through testimony of thirty three survivors. The thirty-three were picked up yesterday. Thdy were in two boatloads. One boat, with the thirteen men still unaccounted for, is missing. Survivors said a German submarine sank the Rockingham. (I.lojd's docs not list an American steamship named Rockingham.) LONDON, Ma 2 The second boatload of survivors of the American armed steamship Vacuum were officially reported saed toda The. addi tional survivors Include Captain S. S Har ris, Third Mate I'd Husted, the boatswain, and six American bluejacl.etr, gunners on the vessel. The sK United States gunners landed with Captain Harris In the second boat are .lamei n. Williams, of Indianapolis, Ind , John Williams, of Doltou .Station, Cook County, 111 : George W. Parker, of Norfolk, Va, ; Oswald II. I.ucUe, of Jacksonville, Kla. : Henry J. Musshorn, of Mount OIIc, III , and Frank II, Loree, of Philadelphia, who died of exposure as lie was being taken ashore. An American consular representatic de clared the seven additional men lauded Sunday on an Island near the coast vvheie there was no telegraphic communication and therefore could not leport their pafc arrival Captain Harris advlpecl the American consul that Lieutenant C. C Thomas, 17. S ,X., commanding the naval gunners aboard the Vacuum, had been lost. He said three gunners were likewise still missing, i hu rls and the other sur Ivors of the second boatload were en louto to a Bittlsh pott today. In contradiction to the consular report, the Vacuum Oil Company's unices here re ceived word that six additional gunners had been picked up, which would make n total of ten saved. Survivors who reached London today, In cluding some of the American bluejackets, aid It was about 10 o'clock Saturday morn ing when the submarine was first sighted, very close to the Vacuum. Hard'y a min ute elapsed before the torpedo, which the U-boat Immediately tired, struck the side of the ship. A tremendous explosion re sulted, throwing many of those on the Vacuum's deck off their feet. Survivors said the Vacuum began filling and sinking at once, going down astern Meanwhile the submarine slowly circled the hip, firing four shells Into the foundering hull. Thec smashed the wlielcss All of thoso tescued united In asserting that the attack came so swiftly that the Vacuum did not have a chance to use her defensive armament. Lieoige Wilson, of the first sutvlvots' party of eighteen, arrived at Liverpool to day with a graphic story of the disaster ' The submarine fired her torpedo, then submerged." lie said. "Later she teap peared and tired her guns at us, complet ing the work of sinking the Vacuum Two of our boats were damaged In lowering and sank, drowning the occupants." PHILADELPHIA GUNNER ON VACUUM CREW DEAD Fiank H Loree, of 2268 North Houvlei street, one of the United States gunners of the torpedoed steamship Vacuum, died of exposure as he was being taken ashore on the British coast with a boatload of rescued men. Another Phlladelphlan, who Is iinac rounted for in the London dispatches, is Charles F. Fischer, coxswain, twenty years old, of 2247 Somerset street. He was the son of Roman Fischer, who was born In Wurttemburg, Germany, and came to this country many ears ago to escape the Iron heel ot Prussian militarism. WET GROUNDS AGAIN KEEP ATHLETICS IDLE Soggy Field Forces Mackmen and Red Sox to Call Off Second of Series BOSTON, May 2. For tho tecand straight day the scheduled gamo between the Athletics and Red Sox has been post poned, wet grounds today causing the Idle ness of the players. Only one game has been played In this scries and that was a victory for Babe Ruth, whose bat and arm played a very Important part In the triumph. Mack probably will use Joe Bush In tho final game, tomorrow, as he at least wants an even break In the series. The players are In good condition, and tho only dis appointed ono In the Mack camp Is Mc Innls, who Is anxious tn get his dally safety, but with the games off his chance Is lost. , THE WEATHER 1'OItEOABT For Philadelphia and vicinity 1'alr to night and Thursday; not much change in temperature; moderate tccst and north' west Kinds, I.KNOTIt OK PAY Pqn ! IIMpm. Moon aoutha.R VI p m. bun ieti... . .8.43 p m. Moon outhi.8.90 p m. UKLAWAKK RIU.lt TIDK CIIAMU.3 , CIIFSTNUT BTIIKET lw water,. 4 SI m, I Low water.. R 2J n in. High vur.. 10,14 a.m. I lliih wa.ter,.IO.tt pm. TKAirEKATUBE AT KAC1! IIUUK "51 n i iu i 1 1 1 vj i ii mi ' ' 6 ff It-69 1 601 UU4 611 Oil Uti CO M .BUmA vSaaSaaaaaAtaVLak MataaaaaaHaat isUtBf i.TWs' fj rVfr W. v-r A. TJksVI FvKSSV Two detachments of United States marines participated today in a realistic sham battle among the debris of the leveled-buildings at the eastern terminus of the Parkway. Crowds lined Arch, Filbert and Bioad streets to witness the spectacle, which, in a measuie, resembled the scenes in the wake of the German retreat in France. The event wab "staged" to arouse gt eater intcicst in lecruiting. BERLIN IRATE AT AUSTRIANS' PEACE STAND Vienna's Eagerness Causes Friction and Dissatisfac tion in Germany" HOLLWEG MAY GIVE TERMS Morgan Partner Predicts Peace Parleys by August NEW YORK, May 2. ONE of the most active partners of .1. P. Morgan & Co. has ex pressed the belief in private con versation that peace negotiations will be actively under way by Au gust 1. Other Wall street financiers are of the opinion that the days of the great war are numbered. The-e expressions are largely based on tho known food and labor conditions in Germany. AMSTERDAM. May 2. The report printed in the Berliner Tageblatt jestcrday that Dr. on Beth-mann-llollweg, the German Chancellor, will make a peace offer to the Allies in the Reichstag tomorrow was denied to day by the Vorwaerts, of Berlin. The Vorwaerts, although a Socialist news paper, has been exceptionally close to the Government during recent months. 'XHi: UAOUn, May 2. The possibility (hat Germany's, peace terms may be known to the entire world within tho next forty-eight hours was the all-absorbing topic of Interest in all circles today. If, us reported from Berlin, Dr. bn Beth-manu-IIollueg uddtcsses the Reichstag on Germany's war alms tomorrow, lie Is ex- Continued on Pan, Nine, Column live WHAT MAY HAPPEN IN BASEBALL TODAY NATIONAL l.UAfili: Won Lout I'.V. Win I.nt New orU H 4 .(S67 .flu.! ,015 (hlrago in 1 .H .AH W HI. I.ouU U 7 .AAS .SHU ,SD I'hlllles A .AOU .I11H ,404 llo.ton A H ,."lll .ASH .4(1 i llntlnnall in .41.1 .son .(50 l-UUburrtV ..... t II .1HH .441 .3H llrooklrn a 7 .400 .set .473 AMKIIICAN I.KAUUti Hon li.t P.P. Win l-ol lloatcn I I .V2 Ihruno ... ...in .flt.1 ,fft7 ,SM New orli ..... 7 I .SIS .571 .500 St. Uul . . H 7 .511 .581 ,500 lTlnil , . H 0 .171 .500 .114 Mlilctlr ..... " " . i-t i,i llrtrolt ..... 5 0 357 ,100 ,31 tWhlnslon ... 5 8 .Sil .100 ,333- rtnoned wet rounU, , SEA SOLDIERS STORM PARKWAY RUINS BIG ARTILLERY COMBAT RAGES ON WESTFRONT Great Gun Duels in Prog ress From Lens Sector to St. Quentin PETAIN FOLLOWS GRANT i,o.nn.. m.i -i Altlllerv li.ittles nio tnd.i.v uikIiu; along n llft.v -mile fiont from the Lens seitnr In M Quentin The Win OITIlo in .i brief" htntenieut todav announced tie lenmval of thu blg.gun lighting last night Tho state ment follows Between M Quentin and l.i lis Iheie vns mutual artillervhiK at night In the neighborhood of Knumiisut a t!er inau laldlug tiU was ii'PuImmI The halt In major npeiatlnns nu tlie lliltish front has now cMruried civet till e o dajs Meanwhile the nnnles on both sides continue locked along the Naipo, neither side being able to gain ng.iliiKl the big forces opposing The growing violence nf tho bomhtrd menlH Indicates that l'leld Marslml llalg has begun prc-pai.itlcins foi another series of Infautiy assaults and tint thev will hn launched when tho Trench let up on their Infantry prcssui north mid south ot the Atsne Itlver nnd in Chnmiiagix PAHIS. May 2 Intense artillery flro In tho Mont Ilaut and Mont t'ornlllet icglous and a successful French raid on German trenches around Hparges were among the active Incidents of last night's fighting, cm the Krench front, today's olllclal statement repoited There was considerable act Iv It j In the Cornlllet sector, tho statement bald, and Krench troops succeeded In gaining ground, paitlcularly In tho forest west of the height Hepulso of Gorman attacks in tho front between fern, Ilurteblbe and C'raonne was also detailed In the region uf tho (.allies' Highway artillery nghtlm? Intieased French patrols in Lorraine took u number of Ger man prisoners. The stntement also told of a French raid mi railway depots and military stations around Laon, Bethel and Vouzleres. General Pctnln, the new French, c'nlef of staff. Is determined "to light It oilt to vie tory on tho Arnis-Alsne-fhampagne lino If it takes all Hummer," declared n military man todav, paraphrasing tho famous ex pression of General Grant No effort Is made here b military men to hide the fact that United States troops aro wanted on the firing line Just as quickly as they can be brought here. BFBLIN, May sT1' ralluro of British and French advances around Lens on tho noith and along the Alsne to the south was reported In today's official statement. Seeks Repeal of Full Crew Law liArttUSBinia. May 2 Senator McKee, of Allegheny, Introduced a bill today to re. peal the full-crew law which was enacted In 1911, until six months after the war has ended. It is designed to take the place nf e full-crew repealer Introduced several weeks ago, FRIENDS PLEAD FOR ROOSEVELT TO RAISE ARMY Conferees Debate Difference on Selection Measure PLANS DRAFTING ' WASHINGTON, May 2. Referring to statements that the United States had irtually decided to send an expeditionary force to France, Secretary of War Hakcr today made the following authorized statement repre senting the War Department view: The question to be determined is how can the United States best, that is, most effectively and most rnpidl.v, aid in the prosecution of (he war. , As each form of effort is de termined upon, so far as is consist ent with the proprieties of the case, it will be announced. Prior to such announcement of intentions speculations and statements of pro posed intentions on the part of the Gov eminent are, of course, en tirely unfounded and cquallv un fortunate. WASHINGTON Mav 2 The P.ooscvclt division lsue again today was the most Inlet est lug, If not the most hnpoitant, hofoir Hotihc ami Senate con fcreea on the Ailnilnlstiatlon s aim; bill All other differences aie expected to be settled cpiicUlj Since the bill passed the Senate late es teulay stiongest piesMiie has been bi ought to bear on tho'-e opposed to permitting Itooeve't to plant tl.t .Stars ai.d Stripes on tho battle fiont Tlfso opponents are known to lie waveilng todaj, maiiv of them having taken the stand thev did agilnst It solelv because the thought that to Inject the Hoosevelt Idea Into the selective draft light would weaken ami perhaps kilt tho nntlniifil (in Puce Nine, ( oliiinn Iwo BRAVES AGAIN LEAD PHILS EARLY IN GAME Stock Kills Boston Batfest by Making a Double Play, Un aided, in Second Inning HUSTON' MarnnUtle, n, Mtte, ill. CnlllnN, i.r. Mtiiree, If Kmtrtrht, lb. smith, :lli. Ulllmlt. rf. (Jowdy, r. Ilurnra, p. Atteinhinre PIIII.I.IKS Pahkert. i f. Iltinrnift. n. stock. .111. ( niVHtli, rf. VWilttnl. Ih, LmlrriiM, Hi, MrliolT. 'Hi. Mllerrr. I , OrnliiiTr, I'. stno. PHILLIES BALL PAIUv, Mav ' A fast double-plav by Slock, unassisted, cut bhort whut ptomlsed to be a big hatting fest on the part of the Boston Braves In the feeeond Inning of today's game. As a re sult, the visitors wero able to get only a single run across the pan In this frame. Wild base running prevented tho Phillies from scoring In the first Inning, A per fectly good hit was wasted and a miserable fumble by Massey could not be used to ad vantage. After Paskcrt was thrown out, .Bancroft was saved by Masscj'H en or. Then Stock doubled to left and Bauny went lo third. Cravath hit weakly to Konelchy nnd Bancroft was out by n mile. A double steal was next attempted and Stock per ished by another mile. The Braves took the lead In the second when Mageo singled, went tn third on Konej'H out and tcorcd on Bed Smith's single. Wilholl's sl;igln sent Smith to third, Continued en rate fifteen, lolumn Twe LATEST PTIII.S WIN ANOTHER FROM BOSTON BOSTON ...C 10000000 -102 : 'SULLIES ....3 C 0 0 0 2 0 C X-2 7C TJaiiit j uiul Gowdy: Otachget niul Klllcttt. liyiou r.nd (luijjay. ATHLETICS BOSTON ... ANOTHER IN THE WON COLUMN PHILLIES r- ,cr cf n.T.orcft.s otock, 3b Cr.ivatli, rf Whitted, If . Ltiderui,, lb NichofY, 2b Killcfcr, c. . . . Oe&i'liBer, p Tot.tli li 0 0 1 0 0 1 j; i: NATIONAL LEAGUE .000 .000 Sehunp nnd McCaity. BROOKLYN . . . NUW YORK . . . Cheney nuil Miller CINCINNATI . .. CHICAGO 0 0 0 0 0 Toncy niul Huliu; Vnughu nud Wilson. ST. LOUIS 1 0 0 0 0 PITTSBURGH . .00000 AtiicfrniitTSnycUr: Orirw-s-nnd X'lkchoi. AMERICAN NKW YORK . 0 10 WASHINGTON 0 0 0 rihiiei niul Nun.unakf i ; Johuoou and Ahibiuitlu CHICAGO 10 0 CLEVELAND ........ 0 0 0 Williams niul Scbalk; Cottmbe nnd DETROIT ST. LOUIS LANSING WARNS OF SERIOUS U-BOAT SITUATIOX? WASHINGTON, May 2. Sfccietaiy oi State Lansing thib nttei uoon voiced nn otficinl warning- to tho country that tho submarine situation is "beiious." "We might as well wake up to tho tact aurt make up out niimls that the situation is beiious," lie tleclntx-d. ARGENTINA REJECTS GERMAN EXPLANATION; MAY UUEAK HUi:.OS AlltKS, Ma -'. German) 's explanation of the toriudoini; of the Argentine hlcnmsliip Mmtc I'rntecido is nnsali.sl'aclorj lo tlte ArRenline (Jo ernnient, according to information front official sources today. 11 is general! believed that ArKentinuill break with Ceniuii). No announcement was made as to tltc exact excuse advanced by Germany for the sinKinj,'. The .Monte Protegido was sunl. off the Spanish coast. At first there was some question as to the authenticity of her Argentine registry, but this was cleared up. ' CHILIAN ENVOY DENIES SECRET PACT WITH HEREIN WASHINGTON. May 2 Don tiustavo MiinlraKa-Varcl.t. of the Chilian Kniliassy, today denied the utory tliat there was a f,ecrtl iiKircuicnt between (Jctman and is eountr) FOURTH INCREASE FOR WEST VIRGINIA MINERS HUNTINGTON, W. 'n May 2 -A oliintarj liicieiic) In wanes or ten per cent uns given minors In tlio WIlllaiiisun-TliucKei Held, .ffcitlo Mjy 1 About 10,000 men arc affected. This Is the tliiicl oluntary Inctcasc In the last four moutlfa. OFFICIALS ONLY TO ATTEND TEMPLAR CONCLAVE Instead of the special tralnload of hundreds of l'lilladcllipla Knights Temtilar who In former years attended the annual Ktato conclave, only tho olllclal leprc sentathes of tho cummandcrles of this city will nttend tho sixty-fourth conclave at Pittsburgh on the 21st, 22d and 23d of this month, liecuube ot tho piesent national crisis only business stsslons will bo held, and all pai tides, balls and public demon strations of pomp and glory have been called off, according to an order by Andrew G. Williams, grand commander of the Grand Commander? of Pennsylvania There are nine Knights Templar commandcrlcs in 1'liiladeljihln and vicinity. 1,300,000 GERMANS KILLED IN WAR, BERLIN IS TOLD AM8TEUDAM, May 2. -To date Germany has lost l.noo.000 hilled In fighting, according to statistics compiled by Dr. Frlcdilcli Kallmann and announced In a recent lecture in Hetlln, according to advices here today, Kallmann estimated that with this staggering total of Killed nnd tho dectcttsn in tlio German birth rate, the German population hns been educed by 3,800,000. The surplus of females over males In Germany, hn figured, had' been Inctcnscd ftom 800,000 to more than 3,000,000. SPORTS Postponed Rain BOFTON Ivlata::ii!t, es Massey. 2b Collinu, rf. , Magcc, If. . Konetchy, lb Smith, 3b . . . Wilhoit, cf . Gowdy, c . . . Barncb, p h I 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 r l 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Total, 1 G 1M 1G 'J , " i. T "a LEAGUE 0 1 O'Neill. -" REIGN OF CRI IN THIRD WA1 MAYOR IS T( P.if.iv.onc Finwonrl .n tion Threaten tSP Form Own Defense frfl COMMITTEE CONFERSj WITH CITY 0FFICUI Thieves, Murderers. Dii , , ITT , -r V1 oraeny women ana uoi Fiends 'Unmolesiedf 'ftl SMITH PROMISES RELIB1 - - 'm Will Make Police Changes District, Now Trainer's Bailiwick llnw tilcl.po i1cl. Runmen ,. .i. tork tiroprlctorn or disorderly liouseg an from '. , ilnpn" nciiild linxc Invaded the Third War4,i"., tlut If tlllt.C. .. 11 .1 A .if nl..lA nil., Ul l. I ...... .1 ..,.!, .. .,., v.. WtlllG UIIV. ICIll CJ,V IW ti not unpurallelcd In tlio annalt of the PhlU'.l mlrlplila pollco clepittincnt, was dtalld't. M.tMir Smith and Director Wilson VtllttV .iftcrnoon by it committee of prominent, Clt!$j rttn ii'iiii uif niliu. , .J inn romimuee tnciuaeu Danhers. pityKu' . ol.itH nml clcrcjmen. TJhey described co'Sl- ''j ilillnllu .iu InlnlanlilA ,.ti1 .l.f.lar.4 taA4i'v' null-is the ndmlnHtrutlnn took action Wytt ....... .!.. 1 ...nl.. .. . I..II.. .T ""iv iiiu. .ui,iii uiK.lie a ,iKllullC( lmwy iiinipn nnii tmce tne law into tneir ow3 l a ii.iiicii i-onowinR imp conference the ran-yf lioip of the committee paid the Mayor hai'W jiicMiiiFPii to ni.iKo Home -miii pone1 cliiiiiKcc at one in the district. The Third Ward Is the bailiwick Select Councilman Harry f. Trainer, IVnnikc-McXiclioI follower, who has loncyr hi en a tlinin In the flesh of the Smith adVt ministtation -i"f"i The coinmltlee was In conference wtufi-S. inc .ii.-cjor ami Director wtison for mora than an hour Members of the commltt ilecerllieil eondltlons with much emphaa mi' .Major nnd Director Wilson were to tliat roljliericM In the ward ranee from t to tceiit-one per day, that hold-ups at.tfciw point or tne rcolxer are of almost dallir . oicurrence, and tint tho number of murdw! In the wind huc tripled during the ei3', mere uro iitteen uisorclerly houses run-i nine full blast In the ward. accordlnr.'Uf. the c ommlttee. uiul nioAt nf tiiaj. i1a nrn onnrntttii- In r(.tlfi,iu nf ,lia ,...il uikULi.. ". " .-.."... w. .,,c na..u nurwihf neiocoioio -were cousiuered suitable lot evidence of decent citizens. One memli nf the oommltteo told Director WllterfSl tne imciiiiB or a nasttctrul of empty, in a.Micaut house, Thin house wa meetliie place for a cane of nlckDoc Aflfr li.inlq IIiac Hint thrA In illlrf.v loot Children of the ward, according 'ti '!. ' the committee, am lielntr corrupted tiytsTJ iniiiicnce or disorderly women and- llcnds Tho Ite T J Tei lizzie, rector I.ady of Clood Counsel Catholic ChtjWfcftMli ClKhth and ChrUtiau btreets. told the May Hint tilt llr,. ciih thre.ntpntl In fh BanMA!JiiiCA. .irj hecauie he tried to Improve condltI6bjf Tlio committee was headed by FrankJ$x '1 Cuneo, fontiei Common Councilman froKIQ, 9 the Third Waul Othera In the commltt" & tk iiic-iucuMi i laniv ci iicricruuiu, uanKer, anv I'l.tnk Collllnba. liresIdLlit nf thA PhllAdali jl phH ll.nh ?&$ i lie ponce neaci in ciiarse or tne seconoOTT-' dlftilit which Includes the crlme-lnfestei'v?1 Thlid iue.ci Ward Is Lieutenant John Tvht.. .'?; TAPPAM AID (JUUPUK ,'AVftT: r.T.r. nivr in Avni?7 i League Island Chief and Head & t.' .1. KT l ,.!.:-. TJ.. 11.ER c-ciui.n iuvui uisineL ray irri'J Official V st ajW?TH t'o.ll Atl,lt.lt 'P.l,.,itm tlia nAi.1. H . pointed coinni iml.iiit at tho League Island -'jV .N.iy Vanl, uiul Captain ticorgo F. Coop who Is in ch.tigo of tho fourth naval dls-? diet today paid mi olllclal visit to Mayor, Smith at Clt Hall tfjfij Iteai dmlr.il Tappam recently assumed lonimanil of naval arr.iliH here as the suc-w cc."soi of Captain Itussell, who has beenv in cm;e i 10 ea ciut wicn me isiaiio squaajni ion i ne cn.inge oi oinccrs louowea umu escape of interned German Bailors from thSC i.ifilpm .ct Lrucriin IhI.cikI 'j-1iT?A ...... .Mav or Hmilh welcomed the new COB Miami. im to Philadelphia nnd will retUfl the cilllclal visit In the near future. ..$in J -CUTi mi tTtr i a onppnv im ?iT,jiLM in UlTIiV X lLJUJX Ot UUL1 li! PIMLICO OPENING D tSVM&V.t Tickolet'c, Long Shot, Makes nZ2 "JE.V. Shovvi ? ng, but Fnils in Stretch, j1" Taking Thitd V i'i.mi.ii ci Ki. .Aiav .. licKoieue anin Peilgourdlnc. carrjlng liberal oddg, made'n'l game atlunpt to shoot home in the lead,! the opening sprint here today, but U ttlla. it well-supported favorite, had necessary i-peed to hold oft her chalten nnd take the first event of the day. ' V Perigourdino, place, and Tlckolettei l JU 80 for show Hutmnai) hum UACi., ro jear-oius, jiurio wv.yy .. ....... . . mmA-J 1 C'lTlHCHItt iu.' ..iiu'ruaf, ,,,iuu .vu c.n J IVrlKciunlln", l'.'tl, B. Oiinip- J IwH . 8.90.411 3 TlikulPttP mil. Iljnn H lime, ti I..1 Drey Kagle, Onward, Tit rut Itial Arc li, uatu uienn nnd Martial iiImi) mrT Hi:coNI ItAcn four-ypar-olda and upw I lie I'utapKo SellinB Hlpiecnaa, purae'i I Vtr.lmch. H5, llu.h M80fUS0! J Stucco, 141 Johnson,. atHii .1 limnbon, 14.' 8tvnon.. .... .... 1 lllll. "1 C" liii rvuia, ui.f . II iiulruniiliiB. New llnven. Superhuman,-'! Klirr. Karl) Light, llucebrook and Cap .VUtloik aim ran. 1 mid) ItACi:. three-ear-oM maldena, S7IHI. a furlo ma: 1 ,'n.n 'ruaMI. 110. J. Me. Taiwan Mt.OOMJIJ 2 Hlerl.h',- 110. Ilutwtll., .... 85.00., 3 lluilibonrd, 110. K. Camp. TIp. t'.t's'i's" vVatuia'ilV, Sorcerer ill n. Ilrlnht and Kuril, Day IirraK, T -ln it nuliln flnndfeUnw. Melodrama. Jade, Jimmy Kurnn, Klldara and lur ofjt also ran, i 1 erincrtnn ItpmiHa ' '" r . 1. nimltrl Jin. Crump t..M W-l Arrli I'lottcr, 113. Uuoae,. .... 1.1 a. I.ucky U. 110. OomlnirK. , -.c, Vv Mart, (Jlelpner, Anna Kruter alo rf! I). A. It. Supports tr Philadelphia Chapter, pp Amer'can ItevolulloB. met t htiruce street and voted to.'i tlio work pt propredneB"'hH committee will b appointea. arrangements': forliKlBC Ited Crt-vt'lU-tli,BKv j.-orvnw! otht'- ""' (Mi i R.M SV ,v.- H ,,.w, J-x V- M v w5 ji asy :m&m,& .&& &.3S& ' . - &M&u si - v is V-w:;?'