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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-I'HiLAI)ELl?Hl!, SAVURDAX tfOVEMSBJEt Or 3,918'
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45C0NVENTI0NS
TO BE HELD HERE
i zJC&mmevc.c Chamber Lists
Meetings and Lxhibitions
for Next Year
S.EYERAL T1II0 MChNTII
O ' 'Royal A rd Mason
KliM'trieal
Engineers ami Indian Kigm
Body in Deceinher
"torty-fite contentions anil exhibitions
to be held In Philadelphia this year nhd
ft -nit year hitte been Unto J by tho Cham
brof Commeice
Tile exact opening date lue not ben
decided Mr some of Hie unit em Inns, bill
the months are given In I lie following ,
list ' "
Neten.ber II IS. Unman. Il.-iii" Mission-
ary Hoi-lefv or Philadelphia Conference,
Methodist i:ptcup.i 1 i'nui"ii '
November I.". t'nlled Hut-.' lliluml uf
rennsilvnuhi.
November IS. A 11111 1 pur Athlelli fliliin of,
S5:U.ri, "JS'II u - t...,. iiB'
Ttaite t'nlnn
Leanu Hlle Coiiferehce
Kotemb.tr 25 3n. Annnrini lleiel r.xpuel
November 27
ennstlialill "III" lintel
Aisacutfon
Deimbr. Amt-rl, an
ltintllu'v of e.Iettrl-
'Cfti nmnppi.
Dtcembpr .t. (lran-1 I'hatili-i Hnn Afpfi
Maon of PpnrmHnnla
l)rmUr 12 or IJ. Indian liuhir A-
oiaiion.
Oermtpr 27 (IrHrut I'hanti
Maaona of I'elinsi Unnia
r. Ilusal Ai-pIi
IN 1IIIH
Janury N&Hotial .llef i unri-rpn'
Januar) ("onlfirpnrn uf Inilian Krlpnila
Januars'. rniladelphla I.nlah f'luli
January Gaatrn ltetall ImrileuiPiit anl
Vahlcle Ipalfra' Auoclallun
January ivnntlanla 'lrud C inarlpa
Aaaoclatlon
January 11 IS Phi'arteHih' Autntnuhilp
Show
,. January 13 Itllltarv (Inlpr ..t l-orp'Rn
Wars. Inmiuanl!i I'omniaiuleM
January 2223 iVnnavlvanla itHtM uuin-
Wrmrn'a Aaaoi-I.itlun.
Fabruary. inillKr. iirl'i lml l.aln.
mat i ominander
February 12 (Irouu
2. lvnnvlatila
-iiankvra' AaaiKlattun
March, Jeulnn I'ubi.i aliun Hui-irty of
Amarica.
larch. (loappt llluatratoia t'ornenltmi.
April. American Acailumv uf rnlltU'ul and
Social Sctvnce
April, lnnphanla tnttliutp f rr'llpil
Public Arcnuntanta.
11)-, Itoal lllai l KnlEbl uf Irplarid.
Statw branch.
May, Military OruVr i.r l.ni l.rtfon
Statn Oommalnlpr).
May, iluaiial Alllauio ..r in- I llltP.1
Blaiea.
Mae faapond weoki Nan, mill Aiftui-iatlon
Of Hoalery and I'ndriwpar tl.inufui turoiii
lilblp
May 2.Juiip 2 the Intpniiiiiunal
Pjinfannpi nn ihp Upturn nf (lur Lord
Jena Oenpral Almnnt Anaoetainiii ul Hip
Unlteralty nf Ptnii'iKanln t
June. .National nuinpna imm i niuu
I..acFtii nf Atilprlpa
I
""'"'"
June. Natlinal Ar.fcPi union nf II
ravna'M unit tin urnrt-r.
Juna Amrlraii tlull.l of lunjulala. Mali
dtfllnlala and (lull-trial
June. Amprlpn J'rpa llu.tml'al
June. American -tlnlli ,i r'UMholpgp'.tl A
aoriatlon.
June 4. Holntrln-rrifglan Aaoriutlon nl
Ameripa. . , ...
June 1S-21. Ordor nf the Snna of I'mr-ar-aiice.
National l,tainti
July, American Klpitruplairra AMocia-
"O" . ... . . . . ...
JUiya.l. I icacenuania or tup .".lain r in in i
Declaration of iniimenfleii-'e
rt?IPnnAVilt t-'ocauoi. .,. tur- VV(,le ,,,, , ,0 w.rnm(., ,,,-,, , rp.
Heptember, supreme ruuncl, nf ihe An- moe Ms Imiuoteiiieiits Iheie and sell
elent Ai-cepled Kcottl.h lill.a for the Nortll.; ,,eln ,,. Halv.-m,. prices. It would HUffel
arn Masonic Jurisdiction nf th I rued , , " , . , , , , .
Slates. a tienipndous Hnaiiclal los. he pointed
Hept'ember, lndtnenilenl Order V'fliiaters I out.
"iVwmb?r.'lKnlJ.hu,1T.;nnlar .Ira,,,. Kn-I ' W llolton. p.esldent of the Marl
campmem ot the i;nlted males i time l.xcliaiiKe and a member of Dlrec-
eniemiier in, niimnm ,soi laiimi 01
National
Hent l.n Vallnnal Aa-uiclatlpli of Letter 1
.carrfers, l-adles' Auxiliary.
iTER MOB FIGHTS POLICE
-w'-tfpi-mi lnil In Tf.l..2.i
Solilier
. Heltl in Arrci-t
'Cbener, Pa., Nov !' - Two tbous.nnd
or more citizens flushed with excite
ment of the teve ol tlctor threatened
to utorm the city Jail Thursdat nlRht to
release Richard '"rottell. a member of
the Vlrnlnla Coast rtlllerj. who bad
been arrested on a charge of disorder
ly conduct. The police, nr-tlne under
orders of f'lilef -nf l-ollce Vance, turned
Crottell over to his roinmandliiB olllcer.
and he was taken to the BUardhouse
ut the barracks.
The troublo besan when Pilfli. n J
negro policeman, attMnpted to place the '
.uiuirr uiiuei ii--i n-r uii u i-kcu
-,n-t-.i- itr-re-it tnw
I.--.-.-.. .1. - .......... 7.. ..-.-.. 1 ... I. .!.
-.,-. . --..v... -. -,, ,,.-.iu
"""' "-."'-. I"..-"-1 Jije.-.iil-.ri nnei-
rereu, and atcKlnney and uaxter. po-
llceman. went to the assistance of fltltli. I
III an Instant a mob surged ubout the 1
policemen and their soldier prisoner and
threatened to take him away by main
force. Itc-enforcements were sent from
the City Hall, and thp imllee. with I
"'"' ir-.ui.ri-.. om.iUHr.i .u Kei . Ml- I
tell to the police statlo together with
C. A. Jones and A. S. .usli. who were
charged with Interfeiei 'p. Stlth was
chased by the mob an 1 a relieved
from duty for the rest of the evening to
void trouble.
A SflURd of soldiers was hunted to
the police station to assist the police
In preserving order, and at the le-piest
of a sergeant the offtndlng soldier wns
turned over to him to prevent reilous
consequences.
Mayor McDowell ordered an saloons
closed as a precaution asalnst further
trouble.
CENSUS OF NURSES BEGINS
Red Cross Sturts (.ountiii",
Philadelphia and Nation
HI
To ascertain fully the nursing re
ouices o the country, a surtey Is be
tnt conducted by the American Ited
Cross. This organization undertook the
Investigation on request of the Secretary
rrt War and the surgeon general of the
army.
For Philadelphia and the four adjoin
tng counties the Southeastern Pennsyl
vania Chapter of the fled Cross Is
taking charge of the work. Dr. S. Lewis
Zlfgler, chulrmaa of the rut try cjimnlt
Ue, with qfflces ut 1C25 Walnut street,
beads the activities.
Jn this chapter tne survey Is being
made by means ot questionnaire ...n
j !. to all trained nurses, listed or not listed.
Doctor Zlegler raid yesterday some mis
understanding prevails as to the aim of'
the lnveitlgatlon. Many nurses, 19 ,aj,
bell'eve that by signing the blanks they
plays themselves under the obligation
for overseas duty.
! , "This Impression e entli ely Incorrect."
r f 'he continued, "rue sole object of the
survey l to obtain a complete record
. If we had nau much records during the
Uifluenra epidemic much unnecessary,
-,.-. -work and trouble might have been
1 voided,"
I?-. - -
fAT , LOCOMOTIVK HITS AlTTYi
t
SfcsKeil on Track, Driver Jump Ilefore!
Jfc qra.1.
"''Wiilbry, V. J.. Nov 9,--Joseph Cur.
'.!. o-f wooillyn, had a nuriow- escape
tebrrroa'd", "h. ,
s-flvHf a cur and stopped the machine
rtebt on the crossing toask the fisgnian
ittV-way to Phlldelphla. Ills engine
MUd as a louth-bound steam train
rMM around the Westvllle curve. Wll.
Pm Uickett. the flagman. ian up the
Iraek nnd endeavored to flag the train..
Mraa Minmllli'lV IlirilPil lieniliwl nml l.i.ll..
..--, -,-,...,--- ---.-- : -'". tjuij
MWWd. .rurrar Jumped Just before
th' ra'n hit the car
nil llle Car
BefnocraU Prob? Vole Plot Humor
.Wilmington Ie., Nov . Democrats
this city announced an Inves-
vrai under way to ascertain If
that WOO vot were purchased
UlUte by Itenubllcnn workeea tn
IrtlWi'oe Tuesday waa true.
4
WED $100,000,000 !
TO BUY SHIPYARD
Sum Required to Convert
Hog Island Into I emu-
iiiil. Sas (loonies
SIIII'IMiM; Mli.N AHOl SKI)
Head of Mariliine I'.M'haii-'e
I'rges Stmey of 1'orl
I'aeilities Here
1
p. .peart development of Urn! Ii
j as n great ocean T-nii mil wmi'd
!;i ml
Hip city ntnl Stale uppiuMinaO
j.-.n -
ftnin
i iniu.iiuu sltoulil I'ltner ..t both pm
the 'aland and lis Impnivcmi ut
! the tlovprmnpni hi flu i inclusion f
peace.
I Tills Is ac'iinllng m Unwind 1 'ion v,
. i i.i . .... 1. 1. .
'"' I1"1,"1,"" """'" ' '
inriioinllu.il, vt ho tin husk 'led tha. Hi
lie (limp
,, ,.,. .... .. i i ,
- Coonley epresspil He op u."ii
f Iml for JKin.lllln.iinn Hip Island sliipvaid
- fHl I'f bought. nri.Mil.il il vnn
' llifllt ilelclllilucil In kpII II .mil i
Ii
il
expansion iih n let initial
"t
I lltll PlllllUHldRlii' iipI' Hip laixilbl
IIps of l'hllnilW!il;i ii u uin.' palil Mi
j (Vionlpy t lilf ufipr-tniiin. "anil I HiinK
' that If the plt fiilla lo ihUp udmi.ui;p
I uf In liii.sltlon. It tltl hi- mile Rh.Mi nf ,i
1 pfllni' I'lilliiilplnhlii iiimv lp nlmiiKl IipIiik
rm-cpil lo licpoiiip Hip wrpatrnt IiIiiIhk
celitPi' in thp I 'ulteil SintP."
rHrllitlp. Ilrrp .Niih
'Plillatlt'liihlu ilopn't iippiI any (ti'pui
poll ilPtpluiiiiiPiil. Tlif 'apllllea aip
nllcnib lieip. n ml iniily iippiI In In '
takpti HtlvntitiiKP of in Hip IIuk '
Islnnil projoi-,il, Hip clnpf iiupstlun i
wlipthpf il i'ouIiI lip Iipsi tianillpil a a
nubile or ni'itiite liihtltutluti The dipt
I'onnlitprntlon alioulil lip kpii bv the
Slatw ami ilt voterniiipniii. I Hiliil.
othprtvl.se nrltate Intpipstn Mill vtpp In "
It in Mr. I'nonlpj's Idea tli.it Hip cil
anil Slatp Hhuultl oiionifp Hub Nlanil j
hm it lerniin.tl and nut a a Mniixml.
The i!p of Hop Islaml n neil by'
the Aiitpileaii Intprn.'tlliinal ''niiinia.
Hon. w'hleh palil J1.8iki.00ii fur It. The i
iiutprninent has biipiiI about JuT.Oiili.ii'in
111 improvements. At any time, under I
' the terni-t of an MUlon. thp Ouvernmein '
t lna purehaie Hi
alie fm- the Fiunn
riiotailnn and wllh.
prlre paid b
the
"ut lilTt-si:
Ml-I.il.p in i.Iip In 1.1,11,,!
Should Hip !ntpiiinipit fall in lake
Hdvniitntre of thai option, lnnteter. Hip
Aiiipi lean Intel national i 'in point Inn mya
purehape the linpriAPineiitii,
liii'ludlnB I
the shlpways, at
prlre lit be tlxril by I
thlee appialsers. one in be tiumrd by
the corporat(cn. annthpr lt Hip Mhlppln
boHid, and a third to be (.elected I'j Ihe
first two.
"It would be a Bi'e.tt mistake in wreck
Hob Island completely." said I'eiei n
'...l.-l.. . ,w.l,l l ......-..,
,hh,h. .-(h .-.,;,,, ,,i,n r.r,i-i,,i
oun-
siJ of the corpoiutkin. tills afternoon.
(or W6lisler special ominlltee which
IS
In charKP of the orKanli-ed pffort to
briiiB more business to the pott
dared loda.v Hint. In his judBUient. I
is
essential to lcam what the rjovern
ineul's Intentions are in lesard to Hm
Iniproveinenis it lias niadn here, so that
Philadelphia may plan to lake adv au
la Be of them.
.llnlton favor-! Purvey
' I think Till. iVionley's stiBBestion of a
complete Mill try of port facilities us they'
exist at present, and their telallon to
the needs which will arise as the port1
detelops, a te,r sensible one indeed.",
said -Mr. lloltnn, "We should Hud out I
as soon as pos-iible what the ilovern
niPnt pUns to do with the physical Im
provements 11 has made nt Hie port of
Philadelphia. ,
"For poll ilptelonnienl waiphmi.l-ir '
facilities are an absolute eetitlul. The
e,stinB farllltles here are not sufficient
,nr .., i,.,. ,nafH ur .... ,l,uni,
m-. ti... ix.-.n.. su ..r .... ..-.-..... .,.., -. .
I"l 11' U'lni'ivr. M, UII -.iailUeU IU11
r.,..,.,,,!!.. i. , ,,! ,. ,,f .,l -,,,.
' '. V, , ", , , "m-
"-ents. Cerslhable goods must be canii
for ",l111 "'' inllioads can move them
to their destination, outgoing goods fot
Milpment abroad should also be held in
warehouses Instead of on freight tars.
-r,fl nuaiiprinuster's department has
,!!, ., Hue wnrpbonses In Hi. ..mifli.
em part of the city, which could lend
lly be used for poit purposes after
the war.
liniilil Mart ..Vnw
"It Is not loo early now- lo begin to
agitate the question if how We are to
proceed after peace Is declared. it
should be possible to determine lu a
short time what the tiovcrnment's plan,
are In legaril to Hug Island and tin
quartermaster s stores in South Phila
delphia. "1 believe the thought ' f Hie shipping
and business men of Philadelphia Is
rystalllzlng on the matter of port ex
pansion. We liato a guod sturt.' Kvery
onn Is Interested. Tho newspapers ale
supporting the project admirably."
IMreelor Webster lleinliri.
Director Webster, of the Depaitineiit
of Wharves, Dockn and Feriles. in "dis
cussing Mi. Cuonte)' -.uggestlnii loda.
po'nted out that the city has staited
a development project lu South Phila
delphia, which the Director thinks should
take precedence over any plan for tin
purchase of Hog Island
"It l:i quite possible." laid Director
Webster, "that Hog Island may be utlll
ZPd us u great railroad center or that a
pr.vule corporation may establish a
fielglit terminal then- corresponding 10
the tluah Terminal in New Yolk
"I do not think It likely, however
that the city will uudeitake au.v puit
development outside the-elty limits.
"We have tlver from land already
bought for pier sites. Woik hns begun.
One great dock for ocean-going steam
ships has beep built at the foot of Mr
Keati street. A total of ten docks me
called for In the development plan there.
Further extensions of the municipal
dockage system can be made on the
Schuylkill r.lver
"We have f lu.iiuo QO11 available for
this use nt present The work has been
I held up because of the war It has not
1 been pus Hi I e to get mater nl. With the
return of normal conditions we will
resume this Interrupted woik."
t'he port expansion committee lecpully
a"-"-lnU"- ' -lr-tor Webster Is at
present eugageu in obtaining (Jala 011
( which to base Its future w-orlt.
G. 0. P. HOLDS N. J. ASSEMBLY
T-r..liiliiti(in f'liunces Inuiravoil In
' ""'lUllloil tnli( es llliproteil ij
AliparCIlt MuioritV of Ttto
' , ..'...
By ie ,oriaied iVejj
Tr,llloll v. j Nov. 9 -New- leraev-
, 0 vote on in imuor qurntiuii, seetuinglv
win hat. a Ilepubllcan mnlorlty. accord.
to vote on the lloOor question, seemingly
' .- ... ..Hlelul nlllrn. 1iiTv (-,.. iii.i
, dleseic County, Indicating the election of
lone Republican and two Democrats. The
' H'ate'd soldier vote Is still to be count
ed
The ttepuhllcan platform pledged ihe
party In favor of prohibition. I'nless
he soldier vote oterturns the results In
nny of the dlstrluts. Ihe Middlesex re
turns assure the itepubllcans thirty-one 1
-,uUa ajid Uia Ucniocxats twentj-uJai '
.-"'fa'.
W-.-
-i.r
1-. It
I i & & ' f -1 B: TV-Nk A t - -v .vtHH rite. lb & l ta?T E J
CHAS.U.DEVLIN
U, CORCORAN
wounded
Yountf.'U
C.W.Ke-LLY E.R. bUCHANAN
oicdofCucaie Klll-a
fRANK EIOAMJR JOHN HCALHOUNJ.-;
KILLE.D KILLfO
21 From Here
Dead In Frame
t onllfiiiPil from Piirp lln.
.lune In n"c leiier Ii" tnlii or how be
thiexv a hand KrPiiade mlo a ileriiiaii
diiKoiit and rouipfl four tfprinaiis who
were pln.illiK laidK. He wt. that lliey
lefl In h.iHle, while he look possession
of their 1'ardn and lamp for noutpnlrs.
I'rltale Biii'liaiiiin spred Hit yeais
Willi Hie old Tlilnl l.eulment. National
lltianl of I'clinsi h.inl.i. and. Ihilil.lllK of
Id" HUI)' to Ills wile anil small elilld,
it f uped n llrst pprciant's Job when our
noopa went to the -Mexican border In'
IJHij. Howpter. be waned all claim
for cxcmpllon later and went to fanipt
V: . with a ill. -it i ipiota from this
city He was twent -ejuhi ears old'
anil a pa't'Ur bt Hade
Prttnlp llnrr trnnlil. seprelv
wounded, was drafted In the autumn of
tist jear, Unified first ut ''amp Meadn
nml later sent ol lamp iiam-oca to nil
the milks of the iniiib Infantry, lie
went otersfaa In .Ma.t of tins vear, au
'was wounded so Ioiir iijid iliat he bad
Iippii bark with his unit fur ten days ,
or so before the odlilal notincutiun of'
his Injun reached Ills parents, who live
at liiSU llelmont atenue
Private Itnsarln Patiine, died of
wounds. Is of Italian pnreiitiiBe. He
' was diafleil about a yenr niro, was I
I rained al I'anip Meade, niiil has been In
' France since .lul.v of HiN ear lie
lived ut 2333 Tanker Mrevt He had
previously been reporled wounded
I leillellnnl Irani. I'. vvnilt
has been
wounded In the bund, a
lecelved bv ills futliel
ordlnir In word
oruiiiB to. worn
I',,t.-.rl t il Mil
52 North Tlilrt.v-seventii siieet. Lieu
tenant Walsh is iwtil-io veal's old.
I and Is Willi I'ompan.v A. lu'ith lufanliv.
lie seited with Hie National Cuard on
Hie Mexican bonier and while at i'anip
Hancock tiuinhiR for iiveieeas peivb-e
wits pnunoieit to tlrst serBeaht. In
1 France be attended an onicers' trainiiiK
school and Hirte was commlwsliind a
' lieutenant He Is u Bradiiale uf i atholli
Ich Scliool. and was emplovrd In the
!'"""".. T... "","""'' "." '"'
liutieri il. vtaisn. i now i i amp .Mel-i
titt-
Conk t.llberl
t. i'oiiii y II. JiH'lli
lufaulr.v. was Bassed
ep ember Ik. ac-
corilliiB to it letter
io ii i-4 siaiep, .virs.
I'lirolllle lletSPhe
2H37 North Fifth
(.'no.- ir uuililril
I'll ive
at r.,i trail Thierrji
street, (in .Inly 1D(
bis cook ear was
blown up hv a shell
but he escaped. 'Ihe
) ,' ... t nriTPi ) REMEMBF-R lAIMT 1 rSjf.-e'
T 7 v 2M(JLADr-lt PCACK. ( ., 0.,.,, ..,,--,,,, THE PfWTOA ITX
Ci-il I I lALWAV. HATED r-1 SA- oAt AS AUSTRIA. 1s-, MCRftfA p. A
S tS The family '' "" ' C"-
Cmt ChildremN aud mime vjiu-VJ ccJ& fl TXIZTZ 1
, I " I v.WT FIGHT VJlTrt) ) KlS, VcOURS TS '' ' f 'e OME BACK
I 1 I VauR CHlLDRtW 1 300t WIGHT CVER'r) L 0 ; ' Ao III WORK ,
irr-: V-v r "ORB WHEAT !--Sl
. '" - -ff ( W A r BREAD SIR ?
Ql (i e) ""-h. HOW AAAMY ' ri-:ZIZr '
- -" 'Mm' -. JLt'QfD ''--'.i LUMP5 ?F l ' -. -
..... . ..t ......-. ... . ....-., ...r . iflaBtf i -j--,.. I, i fmrffaaiiHU-iiiiiiiJi r'tiiaviiiiii iiiT'',i"TOCTMiMt1iitr'lt--' r.-aSiifaii'itriAii-fii-n
- INSCRIBED ON THE ROLL OF
L MAbbtTTI
WM.E.OVENS
vZoundcd
Gftt3 ecl
-J ej. LALLY
SWt..J tWILLlS
VOOlAUcci
III M (l.l lie U.lh WOlllllltll Willie Roillff
ner I tie top. lie had njoined his
eonipaii), iiimpKlplv iproeied, w Iipii lie
hub Bassul
I'lirpnriil t'lnrpuip It, tlnnupl, roul"
pauy l. tilth lnrautr. is In a hospital
ipi'oveilnn f inn kjh. aeioiilhin In a let
ter to his mother, Mrs. Aumisla .Minimi,
lia.'.l) Keeillllllll Slleel I'olpllllll M.lflUpi
ays be as In detarhment of 200 pent
lo lellete a liallallon. The had to
pass HiioiikIi n tnlii of Heniian slielln.
over thiee open Held'-, anil he sa.ts the
rtsriiliiK part;- lost half its nietiiheis.
I'rltiitp lii'iinl-i HiiKPrl.i, lllllh Am
biilniice I'orp. llii.Mli Sutill.trt Tiuln,
as wounded I nilie Ipk Sepie'inlipp "!,
ai'i'ordlnt.' In a lellei lust tccelted from
lilm b his sl-,ier. -M,n IliiXerty. 1S.M
I'lne stieel I'rhaie I Iiibii l , who was
horn hi lielaml. Iited at -ii.'..l lliatidv.
V""" "'"' oeooe ne was uraupu in
eptenibi i. I'.'li. He ualiieil at C.imp
Meade and weni mers.is In ,lul. He
.ir tit, ,, i , i, i ii, , , ,- , . r ' .
I'lirporal .lolm llrnd.. I'ompany M,
I lltll Inrantrv, was killed In action
dclober I, act oidlni; lo word lecelved
by bis sIsIpi' -Mi p I' I,. ImMh, iuil
i,hetr stieel fioin Hi' War Hepait.
ineiil. Two or his hrolliers and a
hrolhei-lu-law ale in Hie service. Krank
Urady in Ihe iiiedlial corps and ,locpii
llnuiy is a chief peii olllcer in Hip
nni CnslKit C I. ials. who 1 with
the natal rallwio battel ui.imilnjr thp
Ameiicaii but buiis in Ktance. Is bis
brother-in-law.
I'rlvule .1, II. Trncej, Knssed. Is rap
idly inMiperatliiK In it French hospital,
dctordltiK to ii teller lecihed bv Ida
futhei. Mlcliail Ttacpj. of ?. I North
Thiri.t-setpntli slieet Tracpy eiillsled
over a year and a half asu, and went
to Ktaiice last .lime as a number or
lle i"y.n iinini. i up iiermaiis
''HlllSIll " iiaptiiiiK ine nine inc.! Basseil
, ., . ,.,.,.. ,, , ,
I ",r "'- " ' " ..ini-u
"(,1
mid we ate jusi acinus 10 Bel out of
; litre and Hiuaie Hie count '
Private l.eniisril MaHetll, wounded
while carryinif a illspalch for his lum
i nuindliiB ottlier. Joined Hi,, colors on
, Octotier n. 1 !" 1 7 . was trained al I'aiiip
I .tleailn and became a liugler and nies
i vMiKcr In Hie 315111 lnfaiitr.t, Plilladel
' phla'H own regiment of selected mpivIcp
I men. HiiBler Masspttl lias two broth
els in Hie Italian anil' The -.nung
suldler tnaue ins Home al 2ii Wlliier
sttppl with a lirothpr. AiIpI MassetH,
mi,,.,,. tti.aMin ,:,u u ..io..i,,.. i..iv...i-
' fn llm lied I'loss iiiil 9 i.. u.-v li lo
j i)t.nir treated bv the muses In "ins list
! teller tu his brother.'
Prlvalr .tlilloii Mtern, twenty-Hte
Company I.. 3l."uh Infanii.v. Is lepoited
killed In mtiuii Septemlier 2!l lu u let
ter dalid lu October, Sam S'eRal. his
friend, wiole to Stern's sistei . sa.vhiB
lie had set n Milton in the inoruiiiB and
in till Uttellionu ,p had seen lilm "cai-
SOME OF THE
I .- . t
Hu.lfi , .11
b - - - a - - f. - -..i. . i i .. i. . j
HONOR
d.fc rWACEY
C cJ J (I
CHAS RPURSLf Y
V-(Jun3;ci
I leil oui " He did not lXpl,lll 'lal be
iiieatit b Hie lei hi .SIpTii . userpil Ihu
sertiip on May 2". and was emplo.tpd
h a Kalesimin Hp lived with his
p.ueios Mi ami Mis. Mortis Sipiii,
;'J. Sorlh Van Cell slrepl
l.lpiilpiinnt Kawnnnil T. 'I'urr, son ot
Mr and Mis. John S. 'I'm n. fonnir
exIilPlltS of (iveibrook, was killed In
he steie llRhtlnp norllipst of VpiiIiiii,
Sepietiibpr 2i. wIipii Hip Met vihj, -ninth
Division welil Into notion
I'bls Infnrinaflnli was leeplted bj bis
parplils, now lesldPiits of New Voik.
from l.lpulpnant Itobeit Van Hiircn. ol
Hip .tlJtli Infnnltt.
l.lpulpnant Tuiii. tvim was allaehid
'n 1'oiiipauy I. JIBtli Infaiitl.t, was bum
in WtomlUB I'otliitv In I8':i. Up was
eduialpil lit Ihe I iilt'erlly Sehool of
I'letelatul, the Cpihip' Itaiila Siale (ol
lip and the I'nltersllj of I'piiiis.tl
Minla. He piitPinl Hip nlllepis' tialnliig
ecliniil at l,-oit Mauarn lu Miu. 101 T.
Ills father Is mm eire-.uy of the
New York ollli'ps of Hie Aelna l.lfe In--iiranie
Compan.v.
sprtcpiinl 1pnmlpr .. llHrrhiKlnn,
iwenly-tlirep tars of ace. Is lppurled
in mi ottlelal aiinouiiepiiipni fioin tlin
War IHpartnieiit as batiiiK been killed
III aitlon on Seplemlipr 20 He llteil at
27211 West 1aiiplilii slrept lip nt
listed flip years iibo In what was then
I'ninpany t I'nst HpkIiiipiii. N O, v.,
now the Itll'lh Infant r. He saw sert Ice
on the Mexican Imrdir .SerReant llnr
HiiKion was trained at f'amp llimruvk,
and went overseas last May.
Ouiirlernin-ter -erKPsnt tslilen lillilil,
thlrt.t -one
atiauou seriiiiii. intirinu
iiii ps. illeil In im'.iiic" oi pneumonia on
November 4. A lettPr to Mis. Knuna
It. Kdwaids. nn auiil. Willi whom be
llvpd nt 2"7 Lincoln drltp, iiernuitilntvn,
from WashiiiK'ou siaied he bad suc
cumbed In a hospital In Calais. France,
and wns bulled In a cemeli ry near that
cllv. His sister. Miss Mill' ttnilil, also
I -Vetted olllclal word of his le.ith.
Kndd enlisted a tear iibo and received
his chevions at Miami FIpIiI, J''la. He
was emplo.ved b.v the CurtiBS Airplane
Comprtii.v, Hanimondfcpotl, N V.
lie wns Hie son of Hie late Chris
topher and llnty Ashton llutld and a
hint her of Lieutenant Francis Itudd.
tULld FU lit illllery. and Joseph Uudd,
27 Fast Woodlawii avenue, Herman
town. U. S. TAKES LEIPER ESTATE
I'roiicitt Near Clienter Will
id
Site for Worker' Homes
After beiriB In one family for inoie
tlmn 20ii jean-, the Jolm c Leiper p
tale, on Ihe Chester I'fke near Chester,
has been coniinaiideeied for sites for
workmen s houses Fifteen hundred
dwellliiBS will be erected on the p!k!iIppii
ii'ips of Elound wliluh the liotpriimeiit,
throuKh Hie Fineigency Fleet Corpora
tion lias taken h right of eminent do
main. ,
The pslaip lies mainly between the
Chester pike and the tracks of tile Haiti
mole and lllilo It. 'illton.il. and extends
ft urn Kldle Creek to Hullan's lane.
A ninety-foot deep fronlaBe from the
main gateway of the old Leiper mansion
lo what ale locally known iih Leiper
Flats has been claimed b.v the fleet cor
poration. This will take In Ihe old resi
dence with the stables and other out
buildings, which has been a landmark
for generations. The dwelllliRs to he
elected on Ihe estnte will be In addition
lo Sun Village, tvheie war woikers ale
housed
C WIDEN STOKK BAN KNDS
Karl; CIomiik Rule Sispcnileil for
Clirislnias Shopping
The early chslnif b-;n on Camden
mercantile establishment? vvnrf lifted to-
diiy by Walter J. Slants. Federal fuel
ndmlnisllator for Caindeii County, to en
nblo inercliants to handle holiday husl.
ness. The old schedule will be resumed
Jnnunry 1. If the cnal slluatlon is not
Improved h.v that time.
JOYS OF PEACE
T
SLAIN WOMAN
NOT inPNTIHTPn
Hotly I?ouih1 on Head
Cape May
Point
at
DMl'.hbKI)
FASHIONABLY
Mullet Wound in Hi
it
I CHI
Oil
pit Initials "J. W.
Ming luqiivt-l Monday
ape tlay, N. J .,n. ji. -uiltclals
heie are trying to identify Hie liody of a
.vnuiiB, fnahlMiiAhly diesspil woman,
found, apparently murdeipil. on Hip
beaih at Cane .May I'olnl teierday
The body was lyliiB paitly In the water
or tiplawnie Hay. ,
There was a bullet wound In Hip
woman's right tpnilitn nml ii tntire bltllspl
on one side of her face. A careful
win eh of the beach rivpiiled no weapon. '
Coioner W. A. Luke hellevps the woman
was tniirdeid! nn, I In-r body iIiiibbuI to
Hie water's edge
Tile unit clews found wctc tbtpe't InR"
on Hip vvoman'H HiiBPta and u small
photograph of n hungelow' wllh a man
ptaudiiiK on Hip potch Oiip of the HtiKs
the wciniHii wore bad the Initials ".I. W."
The tlclhn was about twp,tyflv
.tears old, of medium-sire, tvillli blonde
hair, and appealed to Iip a woman of
refinement.
The bod) was found b (Jeoige W.
Draper, a iipbio.
Corotipr Lake will hold the iniiuest
Munda.v.
SEVEN CHURCHES JOIN
IN MEMORIAL TO PENN
Six Other Denominations Hep
resented at Anniversary
Meeting of Friends
The lilcpuleniilal of William I'enn's
death was lortimemorated last night by
Inemliers of the Society of Friends lu
the Meeting House, Fourth and Aieh
Street.
I'.eprespntativeK of six religious de
nominations that J'enii welcomed lo
his colony woe present' and voiced their
in 11 lee of I'emisylv aula's founder
A message fioni (iovernor Itiuni
li.iugli was read by Charles Francis Jen.
kins, piPsident of the Site and Relic So
ciety of tiPi'iuantuwn.
Auionu the Friends who lend memo
rials were llowald il. Jenkins. Jean
Harelay I'eiiu-tlasklll Hancock, lloberl
It. Logan. Albert Cook M)ers, of Moy
Ian: Isaac Sharpless and John llussell
llu.ves, librarian of Swaithmore Col
lego. The clergymen and inyiiiPii who ft
Pleased appreciation nf I'enn's tuleiance
of all religious denominations were Hev.
Floyd W. Toniklna, for Hie Fplscopall
ans; Itabbl Joseph Krattskopf, P.ev. I.d
wln Heyl Oellc for the Lutherans; Har
ry H Suavely, of Lancaster County, for
t lie MennonlteH ; Uev Ut. William II,
Ilobeits, for the I'resli.vterlans and Paul
Selberl Leinbach, for the Itefotmed
Church.
INFLUENZA BAN LIFTED
Quarantine Undeil KM'ept in Ketv
Isolated Section!! of State
B.v the Associated 1're.u
llHrrlaburg, Pa Nov. 9. The most !
pxtenslve iiuarantlno order ever Issued'
In Pennsylvania was raised In every
county todny by Dr. H. K. IlovPr, act
ing commissioner of health. Only fe,v ,
isoiaipu pecuuns wi-ie excepieu.
The (iiiaiantlne
ne ban was Imposed on
heck the spread of In-
Uftnner 3 to
fltienza.
tcA?:
y.-V
'
'
14,500 called next week
IY'iiiuvlvaniiui, Deferred During
I K-----. Summoned to Camp
Bv ip Astoctatrd 'rrtt
lliirrKlniri, Ph., Nov P. State ill h ft
i lipaihiiiartpis Indny annoiiucpil that the
..on ttiPti called for Camp (IreeniPaf Ua
n nn sciitoiiiPti to tiioip. m mp wpph hi
October LM. but deferred because of Hip
Pierrpii op-'auac ui in
e, would pnlialn npxt i
i illicit to bo In I'ninpa
ti will tilo nloti npxl I
I Influeiitn epidemic, would enl
i vvppk The niPIt
' Men dp and Crnno
week. Today Son iupii for Ihe navy ale
nn the way tn Philadelphia.
"Including the tlrppnliaf movement
i 'here wll be about U.SoO feitsylvatila
I mill sent to tin pc en nips next week and
I lie ti inn schedules villi for hip move
ments lo begin up Monday and cntitltulu
for lite data," said Mnjor W. (I -Mur-dork.
the rlilnf draft oftlcpr. toda.v. "Il
Is shotl nothe for the bo.inN regnrdluK I
Hreenleaf, but they hate nipt tunny ,
emergencies' and tlw elllclency of the se
lecllve service wllj lie ugalll demon-,
stinted In this Slate, I feel uie."
Tim rnlltoad admlulstintloii Is protld-l
HiB spei'lal trains for n titimber of locall
ties and the drafted men wl
btasstds or aim bands
wcarj
All local bnatds tvrre today directed to
slop sending men tn the S.viscitse camp.
KEEP MERCHANT FLEET
WHEN WAR HAS ENDED
Govcriiiiitfiit I lilikclt
pose of Ships. Saj 1
fessor Hiiehner
Dis-
Thst Hip Hovermueiil Is not likely tn
dispose of Its lleei of men-hunt ships lit ;
the close of the war wns Hip nseitloti 1
this nfleinonn of Hr. (Iiover lluebnei.l
nsilstiiiil piofessor of tiansiwrtatlon and .
comiiieice at. Hie fiilveislly of Cenn-!
is.vlvanla. . '
1 Piofessor lluehnpr. in a lectuie mi '
'the-Atnerlcnii ineiclinnt iiiatlne. clten'
hi llouslnn Hall, outlined tlj" po'sllilll
tles of Hip merchant liiarlne and urB'd
Hie fimiiiclal. business mid manufac
turing Interests 10 lnd their ru-operit-Hon
lit tlip wuik of making Auiprica's
lii owing MppI of merchant ships a per
manent institution.
Doctot Hupuiipi- sail It would mil l.p
dp!iahlp for the (ioveinuieiit io sin - . "nlr,'",u' trench.
lender tlhe ships In private companies I , '",'"'" t arrived nt our portion we
Immediately nfler the war ' ,ay l!mv" " "10 "n" lo ntvnlt dawn,
"he shoriage In Hie wo, Id's lonnng- " lm.1. , ",ot !" '',.'11; .. , .,
af,er the war. am?,, 1, alsol-u,, ,' 1? " ttck
a sbstantlal pari of the orBanlxai.o.i s.arted at K o'clock vylli, ,hP SMtl. In
of the Kmergency clcel Cm pornt!o'i ' rnnlry. lending, supported by Hie M5th
may iptiialn Intact for a while. I ndt r 1 Hifnnlrv.
Hipsp conditions the novpinnipiit shn-il.'
be able to oppiale Its vessels. o as lo
It-over a pal, or Hip Hli'pbulidltiR costs
which hate risen fioin $70 and $75 lo
$200 and S250 ppi- deadweight ton, ami
ut Hip same time in the Intciesl of the
win Id's conuneue tender beter sleiiuuhlp
strvli-e to competitive murkets than was
foimeilv Diotlded hv fntel-rn itijiiiyi,ir.g
companies. It can also Ihiough Its own
organization assign what tessids II
clioo.es to tlie transporting r m.wled
uiaterlalK lo war-lorn Kurope.
Wlien. hovte-er. normal canditlons
telurn. It is probable that bctlu- results
itn In Ihe long run m attained by ad-
heilng to Hie present prov'sion nf the
shipping act which calls for Ihe ultimate
sale or chat lei- of Hip Hoveriimciits's
ships to priviate American shipping coll
ect n
MAGISTRATE ASSAILS
ALLEGED VARE TRICK
Sleei)sn Declares Prisoners
Were Taken. Away While
He Was in Camp
.Magistrate Maxwell Stevenson. Jr.,
' ""s '-R'"'nt this afternoon over what
! Ile frined a contemptible trick" eiigl-
neeicu ny tne v are rorces uuring ma uu
sciice atti all otllceis' training camp.
No prisoners were kept for hearings at
the three station houses assigned to lilm.
I Magistrate Stevenson said. The ptis
loners had been Iransfened to the Thlrty-
second htreet and Woodland avenue sta
tion. ' "I went to (.amp Zachary Taylor. Ky..
October 23. to attend the artillery offl-'
,cert' scliool." Magistrate Stevenson said.
' "I had presided over hearings nt the!
, Thirty -ninth street and Lancaster ave
, nue ftittlon, the Sixty-flrsl mid Thomp
son stteets station and the Flfty-fourlh
and Media streets station.
I "When I entolled for service. I asked
, Magistrale lleorge W. Price to conduct '
' hearings in Hie three station houses
I during iny absence. Hut on November I .
1 Hie Hoard of Magistrates met' and by
jit'Snlutlon urged tho selection of Magls-
trait; Kvan T. Pcnnock to preside over!
jibe three West Philadelphia station!
I liou-es." i
I lltll soon after Magistrate reminds '
i began conducting the hearings, Mag's
' Hate Stevenson asserted, all prisoners
1 wete Iransfened to the Thirty-second
street and Woodland nvenue station,
i Mnglrtrato SU-vensou said the assign-
nieiit of Maglstiate Pcnnock to that
! section and the latest move In switching
prisoners was nothing short of a Van
political move lo gain ascendancy In
Hie Tlility-fouitli and Forty-fourth
Wutds. . ' I
' WOMEN ASKCHARTER REVISION
1 (ood Government League Aimapi'i.v
I -,:-.., n ........ r.. i-i I
. piios tr iiciisuiia iui -cliuilgt"
j ( The Women's League for Good Oov
ernment, of which Mrs. Frank MIIps
Day Is chairman, urges Ihe following
leasons why Philadelphia, should have
a new charier this year:
Tho ure.ent a-atem Invitea dirt and eul
ileinkH.
In a tltiift of labor ahortaga tho padded
polltkul payrull is a nubile menace.
Conservation demands a chant-e. Our orea
I ent avatern la extiavniiant of labur, supplies
' aril monei.
We nerd policemen and firemen free from
. the drag of politlcsl assessments.
1 Councils as now nrgiinlzcd ere irreapunsl
i lie. It Is no una's fault when things go
vviong. .
tVo need a mall council of trained bilsl.
ness men paid for their work unci lesiionalble
- to tlie people.
Navy political Influence prevents enforce
ment of law.
; Child vtelfdi-e detnsnds a well-run pity.
1 Hstnemher Ondehus and Hie plsysromids.
! Last year Philadelphia tin,; a higher Inrsnt
.Lull, ri.tu lliun Neu Vnrl lhl-u -.., II....
' ton CleveUlid nptrolt or St, Louis. I
We are lavUriliiir money useltsily and t
i slilinplnz nubile nect-saltles by uur tluinsv
' )'lein pf finance,
Thn present -)Bteni plays Into the hands ,
.of iilisirunulous contlNetnrboases.
1 (otitraitnr rule protrcta vIcp. . '
Cuntraetor lipases corrupt electlona. Ke. .
i member ihe Fifth Want.
1 While flahtlnir fur nutlonHl iteninpraev. nur
Ilit. at nurriiiiiniii
rron autoerscv
-lotal a-ivernnient should uol be a contractor
MISSING .MAN DHOWNKD
llelieveil Jo Have Ended Life While in
Fit of iMeluncliolt
Norrlatnwn. Pa.. Nov. 9, The body ot
, Tliomss Mnrdy, Jr., was found lu the
I Schuylkill Hlter today. He- wandered
I fiom hlH home on West Main street ev.
-nl days ago, after recovering from In.
I fluenra, and Is supposed In lnve cut his
throat while hi a fit nf melancholy, mak.
' Ing sure of death by Jumping Into the
rvr,
The nolle searching for the. ml.slmi
man found a clue lu a bloodstained t-oelul
etkillte, woiui wiey iCKni -up ai ine
aauri etUe.
PENNSYLVANIANS
WIN NEW HONORS
' j(n
Trained at Camn
IMeadc Tuke Germans'
"Little Gibraltar"
. 'Cwrit
U
REGIMENTS Ii IT
Lelter I'rom Captain AlcClin-
toek Tells of Valor of Men
I'Voni This Section
C'linsjlvanla soldiers trained at Cnmn
Meade plnye,) ,K ,,,.. h, lt, c:,pluro
i ..luniiniicoti. slylcd by Cirmans "Hi,,
little nihr.illin." Two reirlmrm of ICev-4
Moti- men paitlclputed, the 3Hili and
Ihe story of the vnlnr of the Is-ys
from Ihls Siale Is tokl lu a Idler from
! npinln 1'ird McCllniork, commnmler
(of company F. SlJili Infantry, which
i went into the jiRht with 213 men nml
I came out Ui 16s. The SlElli Ilcgl.
. nietil look up the halllp, Iip says, after
I I lie SM1I1 had been "mole or less de
molished."
The liMier denvribvH how Lieutenant
Setb c llptherltig'.on. or this city, met
his dratli, and tr.entions other olllceis
of Ihe lPBlinent nniong the casualties.
Lieutenant "lllll" Sbechnn. he s.i.ts, was
hilled. Aiming (hn' wounded be men
tions Capiaku Hotlck. -Ma lor letter-
FOM. (.11lln tn Ti'llrlimii-in TtAiitttntinta
(jmiitH rl. Marker, Van Horn and Hash,
all slightly hull.
"tneral Joseph V.. ICuhn. ronimander
"' ,lle 'Hvisloii, recenlly Issiud an order
"nnnendlng the bratery of his men In
"' eapluie of Montfaucon. Captain
ll,'lllll"l'k tlvidly describes the acllon
" delnll.
Xlarted After Hark
"On Hip evening of September 25,"'
I he wtiles, "we pot older to move nut
j to our positions of attack at dark. We
started at 8 o'clock, prowled In single
Mile thtough the pitchy darkness of it
'dense forest, hiked alone a. tramwnv.
! "len along n load, then In a deep and
"My company was detailed as nioj
per-up and was split up Into small
spcllons. following the leading companies
of the First and Third tlnttallons. This
formation was preset ted for the first
three days, so my company was virtually
In Ihe ffont line during the engagement
There was very little mopping up to b
done, so they merely Joined the front-line
J fompanips.
Praises Sergeant Cot
, -A, 3 ()ui0l.k wc ,.,. nR.;llll hfa 1p
I )V mi,-1. piachlne guns and some artll-
Pry fire. Here the 3Hth hecnuie more
I or less demolished and the JlBth took
iho lead. As my company was spilt up,
I look cointnand f.f inv troons with tho
First Unttallon and put Lieutenant Sliee-
han In charge of tliosn with the third.
Wo pushed forward tbn advance with
Company C. and my tlrst platoon was
In the tery first lines,
How llellif rinxliin tiled
"At dtiyllglit Ihe enemy artillery lire
became terrilb'. There was nothing tu
do but advance. At this time Lieutenant
Hethenngton wns killed outright, within
100 yaids of me. Major Patterson and
(,'uptaln Illckelson were both knocked
down, but uninjured, by the samq shell.
"The previous day Captain Ilk-kelson,
Lieutenant Jou-nea), and several others
had passed completely out from cxhaus
tun and nertous breakdown. My, but
they were pitiful s'.Bhts!
"Thp morning after tvo withdrew, I
counted my men and had setenty-elght
out of 213. However, many had become
separated, many had been carried back
wounded, some had been left behind, and
ns these hate now Joined me, I have 168,
Sewerage Hearing November 13
HnrrUhnrg, Nov. 9. The Public Serv
Ice Commission has fixed November IK
as the date for hearing tha complaints
ngalnst the Wayno Sewerage Company,
in which a number ot districts adjoin
ing Philadelphia are Interested
iJLEld.wxxjjyiirlLil;?-
l.AUOHKItS, .MALI. AND KKMALI
AUTO MHCHANIC
la.l.O'-T.ICIANS
HOD CARHlIirtS
taYP.ns out
ItltiUKlt.S' HBI.PKItS
HlVKTHnS' HKl.PF.ns
ATLANTIC HKFININO CO.
3M4 PASSyUNK AVR.
TO L'. S, KMPLOrMKNT OFFICE
ASIC FOFl SIR. HANTHORN
3D AND WALNUT ST.
B. JUNKIN8
1521 ARCH ST.
RHINO THIS AD WITH VOL'
MA1.B OPKRATORS
WOODHL'HV IIAQ-LOADlNa PLANT
L'nltct Slides O-ivernnient'vvork, Waililus
Ion Park, Weattllle. N. J., on I'ennat'rspln
i Hullrosil ivvesi jersey nnu eeiisnore illvl
slotilt nlaii by trol from Camden.
, Free transportation to and from. Pb'ls
Cumut-n and Intermediate points, t-'ura re
' ",WJ f0r MKN OPERATORS
Working houra. T u. in. to 3 p, m. and a
'n m. lo tl p. m.
. P "A CKNTH TO Bl CKXTH -ER HOl'B
This clvra you an opportunity tv sirnw ;oue
' iMirlalliimand do you.-i bll, ss His operation
f pf this plant Is essential to our overseas
! Lunih may be carried into the. plant or
purchased, at cost In tli cafeteria
Further Information may he obtained by
spplvln. to nny U, S, or Federal Kmpioy.
..-., nrfleea. or
Kmnloymtnt Deparlmsnt
Msi-AltTHt'lt HIIPH. COMPANr
t HaillllKlUII INI
tVestvllle, N J.
iiAUrKBl"?. drlterr. htlpars. freltht
lisnillers and vvay.blll clerks art naede-i pt
ones. Api,.liriAm?rlc-ln,n?llwS!' KjPreas Co.,
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