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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHIEADEtPHIA. WEDNESDAY, JUIiY 31, 1918 '
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TRENTON BISHOP
ASSUMES OFFICE
The Right Rev. Thomas J.
1 Walsh Is Solemnly
Installed
WELCOMED BY CROWD
Cardinal Farley and Many
Catholic Notahles Present
at Pontifical Mass
Trnlnii, .TulJ- 31
The Right new Thomas J. Walsh. D
D . former rector of St. Joseph's Cathe
dral, Buffalo. X Y. as Installed as
bishop of he Catholic rtlocee of Trenton
at St. Marj's Cathedral at in o'clock
this mornlne The solemn pontifical
mgn mass wis celebrated bv Aich
bishop Dennis J. Dougherty, of Phlladel
phla, who Is a close friend of Bishop
walsh and who was bishop at Buffalo
until recently. The sernnn was preiched
by Bishop Thomas V Hlckey. of Roch
ester. Cardinal Farlev of New York, was
among: the distinguished gathering of.
prelates who occupied seats in the sane
tuary. Dozens of pastorsi of churches
throughout the southern p-irt of New
Jersey embraced by the diocese were
present, along with represcntntles from
their parishes nnd many visitors from
their congregations The ceremonies
proper In the Cathedral were preceded ,
by a procession from the episcopal resi
dence. In extending welcome to the new
bishop for the laltv of the diocese Jilin
P. Dullard, State Librarian, of this city,
referred to the nchieements of the pre
late in bther fields, and emphasized that
ne would stimulate the communicants of
the diocese to more fenerit zeal In their
religious duties and to the uphuildlng of
the diocese He referred to th late
Bishop Kagin. of Philadelphia, halng
dedicated the first Catholic church In this
city on June 12, 1814, and the growth of
the diocese, which In 1881 was separated
from the diocese of Newark.
There are now upward of 175,000 souls
In the Trenton diocese, he said, with
nearly 200 Catholic churches, alued
at millions of dollars, and more than
. 200 priests, nnd there are two colleges,
three academies, two orphan asjlums,
two homes for the aged and Fecral
hospitals and day nurseries, aa well as
numerous parochial schools, which aie
providing religious and secular educa
tion to 15,000 pupils under the direc
tion of nuns
Bishop Walsh reached this city Hst
night, and, despite a rainstorm, was nfct
at the depot by thousands ofCathollis
and persons of other denominations, and,
led by a band from Camp DI, was es
corted to the episcopal tesldence be
tween a continuous path formed on the
streets by people of the Catholic parishes
of this clty,ho braved the storm In
their desire to extend a royal welcome
The mighty bella in the towers of the
Cathedral and the Third Presbyterian
Church nearby pealed out a welcome also
to the new leader of the diocese,
PAID TO LEAVE WIFE
ffevf Yorker Explains Alleged Deser
tion When Arrested Here,
Arrested today for deserting hla xxlfe
,ln Erie county, .n. j , i-ranK uicnei,
3060 Ann street, surprised tne aeieciixes
when ho told them that he had left Iter
because she had paid him $25 t 'get
rid" of him '
The money, he explained, was glxen
him after he had ciuaneled xxlth her
and along with it she expressed a xxish
that she might "never lay ees on him
again." He Is being held toawait extra
dition to Krla County, where he can de
mand an explanation from his xxlfe
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Who was installed today as bishop
of the Catholic diorete of Tren
ton, N. J.
CASH FOR FREIGHT TOMORROW
McAtloo's New Rule Eliminating
Credit Eflccthe at Midnight
R) the Associated Press
II nulilti-tmi Till, H1 Aflni. i-nlilnltrlit
tonight l.illroads will collect millions
of dollars) In frtlght chirges on a cash
basis by orders of Director Uencral Mc
Adoo abollblilntr th old practice of cx-
fndlng credit to big shippers P.ivment
of fi eight bills now will be required
nominally on the day the shipment is
rlAlltnrml n1tlwtiirli tl,1u Inn Immi tutni.
prcted as peimltting a day or two in
unii.ii to man tne migm mil and
tiaiiEinlt ,i check in letuiu.
By furnishing bond most laige ship-
freight without leuulrlng sepaiato p ly-
IIILIIl IUI LdL -II,IIIICili 111 UIVPU , HO, -r,
ralliojds will rcntlci bills covering a
nuinbci of bhlpnirnts, nml as long ,is .i
week may be permitted In which pay
ment may bo made,
G.0. P. WAR PARTY, HAYS SAYS
National Chairman Addresses Ne
braska State Comciition
Lincoln, .Neb., July 31 Will II.
Has, in an address to the State Re
publican Convention, characterised the
Republican party bh tho "war party of
the nation," and Insisted upon the "right
of full participation in this greatest of
all crises " He charged the Democratic
pirty was "plajlng politics" and closed
with tho assertion a Republican lctory
In 1910 woultUmcan an ecr increasing
prosecution of the war. He left here
for Dener.
The comentlon adopted resolutions
pledging alleglanco to the nation; fa
orlng a "nonpartisan conduct of tho
war," and Indorsing both the equal suf
frage and prohibition amendments to the.
Federal constitution
OUR NEW ,
Food Confections
will be ieady for sale
at our stores Saturday.
August 3, 1018
Made of products of high
food values, and having
small sugar content. De
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FOR U.S. WOUNDED
Relatives May Visit Hos
pitals Where Convalesc
ing Heroes Are
TO ADOPT ZONE SYSTEM
S-oldlers In the American army In
France from Philadelphia nnd eastern
Pennsjlanli who are wounded are to be
sent home and placed In a hospital near
their own homes, where relatives and
fi lends mai lslt them
The old sstcm of sending the return
ing wounded to hospitals In different
parts of the United States where the
will be fir from their homes, relatives
nnd friends, and mty become homesick.
Is to be nbindoned In faxor of thone
plan, which will be known as the "zone
hospital s stem "
I'nder the new zone svstem men who
were drafted or enlisted from Pennsl
ania will be returned when wounded to
the Peiinsj hanli zone hospitsl The
same sstem will be npplled to other
States as soon as the plan can be worked
out
The zone hospital for Philadelphia
and eastern Ptnnsjlxanla, which Is the
first of Its kind, Is to bo located at the
B berry Tanns
Fixe new bulldlng3 there, xxlilch are
Hearing completion, xxere offered to the
War Department by the city authorities
and haxe been fornnllx accepted by
Colonel Hoinsby for" the surgeon gen-
CIil . i
In theo nex- buildings the medical
coips will establish a general hospital
for tho treitment of men Injured it the
front. Ihire will be a reconstruction
ward In connection with it where men
will be equipped xxlth nexv limbs when
needed
This zone hospital Is to haxe exprv
facility for long nnd extended treit
mcnt'Of patients, so that It xrlll be un
necessary to moxo them to another hos
pital for operation, reconstruction or
ronxalescence, it it said
These extended treatments e innot be
glxen at the hospitals at the front, where
the principal object Is to get the men
In Fiich shape that they can be moxed
furthei back from the fiont line to make
xx ay for the exer-floxxing stream of
casualties from the points of xxar ne-tlxlty.
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CAMP MEADE SOLDIERS
MAY WIN COMMISSIONS
Men From Each Company to
Be Scut to Training
Schools
CHANCE IS OPEN TO ALL
Many Transfers ami Promotions
Arc Announced in Various
Units
Tamp Meade, Admiral, Aid , July 31.
Soldiers who haxe been In training
here for a short xxhlle xxlll haxe the op
portunity of attending the Central Of
ficers' Training Schools now In session
at sexeral cantonments In the South It
xx as announced this morning that of
ficers are making obserxatlons of the
xxork of the new soldiers and a per
centage of those xx ho properlv "measure
up" xxlll be recommended xxlthln the next
feix xxeeks for the training schools
It Is understood to be the Intention of
the authorities to recommend at least 2
per cent of the total number of men In
each company and to make the selection
of the candidates from these chosen
ones
This Is a part of a plan of tho War
Department to keep tho officers' schools
continuously Jn session Instead of start
ing a new school In each of the camps
exerv three months After the first of
Septemberyhere xvlll be a graduation day
each month at the schools, and the gr.ad
u.ates xxlll be qualified for lomnilsslons
as second lieutenants
In -the training battalions of the 151th
Depot Brigade here theip ,ne minx men
of education xxho nro entluulastlc about
their ne life, nnd xU would be xxell
qualified to command xxlth the necesarx
training It will not be only the college
men, howexei, xxho will be selected to
attand the schools ns the door of oppor
tunity is open xxldc to all
One of the manx lads xxho xxlll trv to
win appointment to one the training
schools Is T X Buttedalrt. n Phlladel
phlan, xxho Is noxv n prlxate at the
Hum Auxiliary Remount Depot But
u.,,) .m . , ... , I . . .,
,1.1. hi. ,V i. X rml?,c ", . n 'T doing himself He ij not fully con
delphla and another at .Ignklntown. Pa . . . .,",
before he was selected for sPrx Ice in tho
itional Aimv He. Is an expert horse
man nnd xx ould like to win appointment
In the army as an instrurtor-in equita
tion Hussoll n Smith, son of f'dgar Smith
the well known librettist of Weber and
Fields fame, xxes among the selected men
xxho reported here for dutx a few dass
ago from Xew-York Smith was .1 fea
ture writer on the New York World" and
Is also xxell known as a magazine, xxrlter
and a plaxw right He too announced
his Intention to win appointment to the
training schools for officers Smith pre
fers the aviation section of the aims
He Is a member of the Frlns Screen,
CJreenroom and other sueh well-known
clubs of Xexe York
Mnjor Hrri It Whitman, ihlef of the
utilities detachment of the quartermaster
corps, announced this morning that the
men In bis command xxlll bold a field dav
on Satin d.ax. August in There will
he baseball and other i-portlng lontests
Prizes xxlll be axxarded to the soldiers
making the best M?oies
I Irst I leutensnt Theodore II TIaII f.m.i
hrro tod.v from C-imn XX heeler Oa . nni
was assigned tn the t,ilth Depot Ilrlcade
PrtXHte Mcllrlde McPadden c'onipm,
C Mpentcenlh Infintr,, hts been selectel
to attend tho Centnl Offliris' TralnlnB
Vhnnl nt louisxllle Kx
Prl, ite first tlnss (Icorse Plerco Medl
rat Department has tteen Transferred to
tho Sinltarx Detachment ?i3sth liiBlncrr
Spi-, Ire Ilattallnn
Prlxate Moeene Uhmnnn Thirteenth Com
nan, IMth Depot Hrl idr, lias been trans
ferred to the Quartermaster Crps and as.
slt-ned tn duty with the Thlrtjnhlrd Labor
llittallon
Plrst Lieutenant Ocorae W Itamaker has
tieen asslened as the assistant to the camii .
medical suppl and property officer at tho
Hit. Hospital I
First lieutenant fluy XX'jrlik Sanitary
Corps has been relle,cd ,f dut xxilti the
IHsn Hospital and transferred to Wash
ington Prlxates VI, Ian Lewis rhui P Moran
an I Pohn J XXaters of the Depot Nrlcade
M,p Iwn trnnsferrel to the SIbti-iI Corps
nnl sent to Fort Leexenworlh, Kun , for
dut, i
the followins men hd,e leen transferred'
IlVII3.ILIl?irilG33
to Cmp Alfred Vll, Mttlo Silver, N. 3.,
RB follow 8,
.iT? ?'nl Corps Repair Shop rrlxntrs
.Michael j Pelmarmol. ix-o P Trudcnu.
Joteph I Orablee, Hvrly It Hecknsr. Ir
A Crlon nrt John M Frnnti
To 410th Telearmph Pattallon Prlxate
KrtKarn P MrCahe, William c Slwart
lam's rclrle. Herbert II IlarlMt Pressly
II Strlnefellon ami AU.n J llrrtmn,.
Upon th recommendation of the com
mamunfi- omcxr, uaserv company wuarier
master Corps the foltoxxlnsr appointments
and promotions hax-n been made under his
command
To be Quartermaster Serjeant Q M C,
N A !ereant Clarence C Pool
To ho Perceant Corporals l.mlte Panuln,
John C Sprinener, Kdear II Matthews itoh.
ert l.uehrs Carroll If Wtsenbsker, ltussvll
N Xlover, rturen.lt XX'hlte TrUntes tlrst
class Paul HlllmSn William Talgart Prl
xates XX alter I, Ib-onn, Herbert A Krazler.
llnre, ) llsll
To be Corporals Prtxates, first class,
fiox n S KcKman Klmxr L I.orx Hax
mond r emmel Laban M Connollx vlrt
xxard J Smith. William W Harrlman Pres.
ton I, Xard. George J Meera Edward
t.nxlns. Ornvep Perrx . Privates Albert K
nidlash XMIlIam II Kragle. Antonio Del
conte, Clement II. Korean
To be Prtxates nrst-rlass Prlxates Mtlm
I. anas XX llllam J Sweenex. Walter K Sees.
lex S Illchardson, I.ucene J Rarca Petep
II J l.uers Henrx V Klein Iuls H Hud
son, Henrs H Holllster. Jams Hamel Mor
rls Fleishman, Milton Dubln Plelro Detlllipl
I'rank Cox 111, Ilohert I,. Clem I.ouls XV
tklns, Charles Itledenkapp, John Hennas;
Harrx K How man, Thomas r nroder.
Uoger I. Martin, rrederlck K Aimer
Prank c Simon John Itoskorskl Ansrelo
Itizil Oeoree n Perr, Cornelius A I.tnk
Thomas J Jore Jimes n House Henrx
P Hoermsnn William 11 Ouj Adolphus
l'olettl William T Urlehorst Lauren K
Culp Peru M Cooper, Tonx Catuccl Leo
J nannon. Frederick P Homely, Aujust
nopp, James A nreslln, Clarence J liunt
Ins
91, BUT WANTS SHOT AT KAISER
Marietta Veteran of Three V"ni
Eager to Fight
.Marietta, Ph., Julv 31 John B Bas
tlaii; of this place, xeter.an of three xx-ars
celebrated his nlnetx -first blrthdav here
xesterday Asked xxhat his greatest am
bition In life is Just noxv, he answered
"To go to xx ,n ngaln ex en If I am too
old I am a retired undertaker nx 1 em
balmer and x ould like to get a shot at
the K.alsei "
Mr E.astlan came to this countix In
1851, settling In Philadelphia after
serxlng In txxo Fiench x.irs He serxtd
nearly four xears In the Civil War lie
xxnti xxnunded so sexcrolx at Fort Flhei
Va , tint surgeons said he could not
lixe for twentf-four hours Since the
Clxll War he If is llxed In Marietta He
has elexen child! eh Mnnv of bis gi md
chlldren nie In the present conflict nit,
friends hax" tried to ronxincc him tiiat
thcte aie doing for him In the wut xxhit
MIS ilU. itlllfU UJf IIUeillB nun immii
HANDBOOK OF NBW ENGLAND
UntrrtnlniriRl DccrriMUo of Town nnd
rnuntry Alonir th1 Houtfs of Automnl (If
Tral II mil HpIp "oh In PlinntiiK or
Knjmlnc Tour VHoatlon Tour s?i. ptrpi
mait nnl llitintrntloni Crimson talhr, J1
AMIRIf N I'R1VTK SCIinnis
A nulitp Hook for PirenlB to Mo 1irn
t ;5'con'lfr SrhooW nnd Kducntlon 4th Kdl
linn iJ pp maps and iiiURtrations f "
t'nr 4tlo at all Hook .Sloron
-sR,I,NT'N, lliindltnok-., fto ( onBrr- St.
I.nfctnn, Mum,
Comfort and style
Underdown's
SHIRTS
.1.50 Each
for $4 iu,e0rV.uoan,
n r(Cs)H.
rantted ninl-
lt nnd uorUmanshlD
ruffd Attnchfil or Delarhfd
A. R. Underdown's Sons
Rubber flood, and AIrnn FurnUlilnrf.
202-204 Market St.
Kstnbllslinl Since 183X
EZJELrJEXlJLJ
MOTOR TRUCKS
The name "F-E-D-E-R-A-L" a guarantee of service
It is the quality built into the
"Federals" that makes them outserve
and outlast.
to 5 Ton Capacities
For Immediate Delivery
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FEDERAL SALES CO. OF PHILA.
1830-34 Market St.
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Men's White Oxfords
FOR-
Comfort Style Economy
White is right for Summer ! Dalsimer has the
largest variety and the
White Canvas with rubber sole CQ QQ
and heel
White Canvas, with white Neolin $4.00
soles and rubber heels
Blucher Yachting Oxford of Sea A CQ
Island Duck, with fiber soles Px.yv
White Sea Island Duck with Cg QQ
leather soles and rubber heels
Sports Oxford of white Duck with tC QQ
white Neolin soles, beveled rubber heels v
XEDS The National Outing Oxford
White Canuam With Rubber Sole.
Tnnnic rwfnrHs S9
Dress Ked, $3
CLOSED SATURDAYS
DURING AUGUST
JSa&umeX
fJ1-THE BlG SHOE STORE sJB
in in
SOLDIERS' SISTERS CAN GO
War Department Modifies Ban ou
Workers in France
Washington, July 31. Because the
Ametlcnn Red Cross, the Young lien's
Clnlstlan Association and other allied
bodies doing xxar vxoik In 1'iance are
unablo to obtain n sufficient nunrbcr of
xx omen workers, the War Department
prohibition against granting passpoits
to relatives of ofllcers nnd men In the
American expeditionary forces has
been modified bv General March, chief
of staff, so ns to pcimlt slstets of sol
diers to servo ns workers under cer
tain conditions.
The order ptovldes that tho slaters
must ho duly accredited members of
one of tho authorized organizations;
nlust be partlctilntly qualified for the
woik to be done: mURt bo sent to
France as xxoikcrs and not ns rela
fixes, must make no effort to visit
telatlves in Fiance, whether sick or
well; must bo leturned homo by the
oignnizntlon to xxhlcli they belong if
they violato the tules as laid down by
tho dep.titm.ont ami must automatical,
lx bo returned home if thev marry
ofllcers or soldieis in the American ex
peditionary foiccs nftcr their arrival
abioad
Gertnanloxxn Oppocs Guelehus
Resolutions condemning the action of
the Major In summarily dismissing the
three memoers of the Recreation Board
vxho failed to p-enction the Oudehus ap
pointment were adopted at a meeting of
the Oerimntown nnd Chestnut Hill Im
provement Association The meeting,
which xx as held In Vernon Hall, Ger
mantoxxn xxas attended by -exeral hun
dred residents William M Hardctt
pieslded
BALEt BANKS
andBiddleCo.
Diamonds
of Superior Quality
color and cutting
Perfection'that assures
permanent satisfaction
foriendadement rings
biggest values for men.
Tjin.f rimmed Oiitinir. S2.'2i
Dress Ked with heelv $3.50
'Tis a Feat to Fit Feet
1204-06-08
Market St.
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And Now
The Big Mid-Summer
Reduction Sale
of
PERRY SUITS
at further savings on Prices that
were already in the Bargain Class!
The Perry Season-End Clearance
Sale is watched and waited for by
thousands of men in and around
Philadelphia as the clothing event
of the Season!
$40 & $45 Suits
Big Original Value
$35 Suits
Big Original Value
$28 & $30 Suits
Big Original Value
$25 Suits
Big Original Value
$20 Suits
Big Original Value
In the interest of Conservation, we will sell
ONLY ONE OF THESE SUtTS to a CUSTOMER!
I GOODNESS is the Keynote
of these Perry Suit Values-
they were GOOD Suits all sea
sonthey were GOOD Values
all season they were BETTER
than their regular, unreduced
Prices indicated, when you came
to make comparisons! x j
Practically every good kind of
Summer Suit represented in
this Clearance Sale!
You can be Cool and Comfortable
with Economy in one of these
Palm Beach Suits
$7.50 to $15
All shades Cream, tan, sand,
brown, blue, dark with stripes.
"Breezweve" Suits
$10 and $12
Mohair Suits
$15 to $25
Closed Daily
Saturdays at One P. M.
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16th & Chestnut Sts.
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( $35.00
now $28.00
($22.00 '
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($24.00
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at 5 P. M.
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