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' i '.'.'" V 5 t"0 '" .' '"-' SpWVVwii" EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1922 RIP I'M " - " ' f" fer 1 1ft II I Ll il i I v.! ft s 1 H 1' ,i ifi-Ml I 3W Senater Vare Dies After Sudden Relapse Continued from l'tr On ileztnit off, just n I hail scen Mm de, ter a few moment of much -needed repose, lit the end of Heme MrenueiM 1 hit n f tin1lMin1 (.iimiiuliMilllC. l!of r' i . . . . . . ' ,. i i. i Jils eye oieeil ins tunue none m-'i member of lils family n silent Reed- , by." News of Death Spread Kapldly New of the Henntnr's denth spread fust. e fiiiet tlint tlie family scarcely had left tin bedchamber when tlie tele- 39TH WARD IN MOURNING; MANY HOMES SHOW CREPE Hundreds of Men and Women Gather en Sidewalks te Dis cuss Senater J 'are's Death Nearly Every Family Knew Him m HE Pianos listed below hnve been taken bh part payment for the famous Matchless Cunningham Piane3 or Plaver-Pl.ine? they have been thoroughly reno vated at our own factories and arc like new. Although the.-ie in struments are priced at these low figures, they arc fully guaranteed by us. EASY TERMS UPRIGHTS $475 Vese & Sen, $51C Like New iw (Mahogany Case) $500 Ludwig Ftane, $n C !.IUe New &lJ (Mahogany Case) $550 Chickcring & Sens, $9JC I.lUr V, tijO (Mahogany Case; $600 Schemack- er Piane, $OC ft UUe Nut UJ (Mahogany Case) $625 Blasius & Sens, $JC (Mahogany) f Senater Vare's dentli, as we had Hopes of his recovery. My deepest cyin tii YiJ"M ' family. He wbh the 1 nilfldelphlnn who rne from the ranlts l" talie a c6mmitndliiK place In the nf niirg of his city. He wax a man blessed with many streii and loyal friendships. He never forget his birthplace, iih the great Improvements In the southern sec tion of the city amply testlfly. His ,?" Jv" be mourned by thousands of his fellow. cltlrens." William always fulfilled his contracts as they were specified." A. Nevln Hflrlrh. campaign "''in niter for (SliTerd Plnchet. Hepubllriin nominee for (loverner: "I am deeply grieved In hear of the death of Senater Vine. Penniiiilly, I was very fend of him; his Mrnlqlitferward IlKlitlng innll innll tles wen for him a host of friends nil ever Peniislvniila. Without uiiestleii, friends of teclal lr-glnlntlmi mid of all legislation affcctlnc the nverane ntnii, woman and child lese a Rfent frlcnil in the death of Senater Vare." W. Frrelnml Kendrleli, Hecelver of Taxes: "I have lest net only my most vnliu.il imllilrnl friend, but also one of my dearest personal friends. We first IB wsm PLAYERS $800 Cable & Sens, $07u !.lke New I O (Mahogany) $800 Ivers & Pend, $OAC I.ll- Nut T (Mahogany) ceAic-- $800 Lester StPianoCe.,$CA (Mahogany) $1000 Scho- macker Angelus, Mk, yrf, 360 (Mahogany) GRANDS $1100 Sohmer & Ce., $49 C (Mahogany) $1150 A. B. Chase & Ce., MUi. w TT i 3 (Mahogany) $1180 Steinway & SenB, $CA (Mahogany) IT PAYS TO THINK! Wa VfiMMMZ 11TH AND CHESTNUT ei'i:n r.vr.viNes 'Foctery, 50th & Parksidt Galvanized Beai Pumps ir-3 M.irnifnrtiiri il liv I.. I. V.rrKir I n. ,1!) V III t. Main P71', Market eg; w PAVING : ALL KINDS BUndarrt lencreti'. Iriik n-l blerii ilrlv"T.T (ildrwftlk" ('l:irfi nn-l fl "f Onrb Mtilnir nn.l l"t. ;, n.-; ft!mDt rin-r-felly fn" '" ' JAMES KANE SMART s. k ceu riie.sr tc i:ai i: srs Tl. Mnrlirt S'J'fi or I'-ilnr ICT". W I 14111111 XVIII'tl llilll i iinm T MMi.l.nll iin.ih- - - --'... i , vuiiii'ui-ii. ut-j,iMT in t.ttiP I iltjiinfii in pv mm i fiTiir iriruii- phone calls and telesrnmi liepm te pour ills: "I reKret verv much te hear of ; ij, ,M.ntlnued. Senater Vine's deve- '"'They came from men bit!, am. low. ,' Alme.t the entire Thlrtyntatl. Ward' Peer Kd " .,,; m.1,1 at her l!'!pvlS:t& aml'lildfl n .Ir.bWhlV'hen!; Ste from the lioverner. from Senater Pep- , "house of tiiniiriihiF;" today SlnnelieiiM' lane. "Many a one will mi-s became fast friends and I spent the Inst "'','n,. '. ,r. from officials biirli in the Cievem- f Spl,n,r y..rr-v .... ...,. I'lm. I have known lilin for llfiy-ll.' two winters with blm at St. Lucie. " ,.,, iV.,EMIP - iJeiinlwell: "The ment of Nntlen. State ami city. They "" "I "n'er an s .lentil peni , r(.ni,.ln,,r w)l,. (Joeiy and Kb,. In my pIemj association with ' ,, ;'' ' , ' r VnrT f llewlnc hN came from hH wannest per-enal and triitnd through th- see en. K,i ,, tm vre went le the old lliu-k hint I learned te knew of his devotion I ,?, , l,,.n ' L en A pellllral frlemK and fro.,, l,N blttwt 1'"'1 ',t;rcd politic. In the old rm n.ioel. le his family. In the death of Senater I ''',', 'e7,f V(, , leln I l . Ul cs l" i,ultlnil fi.es line nml nil enress.,l I lr-t U anl and continued hN aetlvltes ... .. , , .... Vare the llenubllcnn ercnulr'itinns It, ".RJ I'-'tlire e I lilimieipnia pem i s , pe. mi in iees. tine nnu in exprisiu, ..,.,,. ,. Itml ier Mnrrlfd Twe Sisters 1 1.. .1 L '""laieiienn oigimiK.mens nil, , .... ..... ., htr(., enceidered in Its . . i ... !. .. .,. i... . - - tt .... ........ .. n,,-.,,i.i (iiiitii unxvn lit f tiK.i'11 r i inn .. . . . . tin, i nirf v. tnttrii iiiifi '"iiie ii ...! nrt rt iirtti ii r w int in i inta ' nil I r.i n i iitv n ,i i i" .u. - i.. . WMthhi nn'nh"i r l!!ii nrtnnt nelltlcal It "eui.l hardly be an evaKserutlen new Fourth street and Snyder avenue ! " ' .,,..,, , finer etmllties of Its public me... Sen- Z"!: Mend, "f il"!' "a!;,!- ' v r Ty obi - J .emember.well when Kd s court , , Irlcnil te the Pour , ater Urv becn.ne he lea e of gn ir.B be-in te arrive at the beautiful f'"'il.v in the ward. lie i-a ed the Mera Merris, who became Mrs, (ire. , . wln.,,m -., , , , . ami responsible "UT ei ii 'par i) ui ueUntn bulb tit nrht" "' '"' rM nnn,.;, knew the Urr sister M mnrrle, I CenRrcatna,, j M f, 0 ' '." $ ; f ; n t h ' em, ' ''w , 'n H''' nn J ID at Amblnr. The number ..f mn- '"."- " "' children In hi- old ward are the Senater s brother. ..... later Vare Is se personal a less te Tme w" p,' wwmi" Mi" Hv ilrnl ie"nl? He elilncH in .!,- BM.in.N Br.. n tin-inlii. ,0'"1 ,lla-, n'"' ' " Instances "Lil and his lfe II ved In n It , thn, j m ,lt,er. ,,, , (rl L ; T'f " low v cel lltle n 7 ,.re,l. and ,l,e ,nesilKe. by wire P I' ! ;j" "! ,-recer.es le .1 n- hene near h s , ,,I he : e Myy l. , 001,,,eeed sentence expressive of my jS Mini Ilia fm!fllyTrf"etln '.i lt.pll.-l p.nerisi,cti. r I, C ,i n" ,;rli,n':',, V" l,,ml rH "f "10 V,n",I ,he wna oveipewerlnc. That his Illness was AI.H...B the rtrM fne.ids ... ren-1, lie Crp)p I)r.,I)pil , Wlndews ' "Ker fl,. 1 i f.utv ven,-. Senater h. f" 'riS.' "1,:wJ.. J1'!.,. , t)mX '"!" ' ngcravated by an. abiding eenccrn for ""ii"" "iii- hiiimiii "i i Hi-Hi 111111-11 .Pi T..... . .. ... . i i ..i.i.... f .,,.. .,,. """' "".". " ' iiiuiniini iii j, u win i.ia aiifrnrini? iiiiL-uer en v nili h In lie ... i. i in i hi i i i iiiiii ii i ; i i ii' I'vi i imiii' iiiii nun i ht 1 1 iimviiiu inn- vi i t ; ' ThV'J... .. i, , - rrmi thrntrri. Part of the city, .nuil is In this nard. II,. never made any dis- ' V V "p V "m, ."'""' - MiSllitle f..V I 'iE1 r'l " '' """y l0'.-: . ,,..ii ,-i't t , r,i ii ' m,'1 ,""I,I-V I'? w"'l ""'"" !''" !,1","t il c""' ,0 0,,j,,J' ; low tl at he win Vnewn Mn ,,,,s. eveev ,Mw. Aw;hlbnM R. llBriniin. preslileiit persona less, said Mr. Ha.leti. M Mimin street an 1 (be Delnwiire River ileiii- It " . low tlmt lie was i.nenn te most eerv ,,f , , Wemen't Ueptlbllrnn Cub: and man I have known him praetl.-nlly TnU-lu ,T men and '" r fe.l Merriwn. a court officer, whel i;1 1t $&W hU'''mtnr iT'" ,,"n"' ', f V0'"!1 nl of lit life. p Wi.i. 1.. H-l.oel t.i- vP,bied r, Ml,,.wnllP. and at doorsteps IUph en Stoneheus" lane, burst li't" T ne fr end I'l HaS lie was a wonderful fr end. Bnthrr i.n.1 gre ,.,. toether In the old , tl,0 w , , niernn. nl, tna, tnrs ,,, merllll,K ns ,,,, piiP f the T, J" .n f,, jl,; bent Ien Je of tl I c U " J ,H,t ,'"'-V "J1""' ,,,"t, 'n enn ,of th" Mist ard. PuiiiiB all these jeais we ,.,. ,i, ,,,.... ., ,.,..., ........ ,. ,,. ir ..., v u, u im. '"8 m,,n '" "" csi sensn ei tne iMtnl". I members of my r nb. Mere words can- m never had a nuarrel. dearet friend." I lia AIIIhr for Twi, MunlliH lef m lKin mean te the wan In a few Instances, old pe'ltlral fel lowers liastlly ImtiKllt i repe and plaeei; It around nhotesranhs of tlie dear ,i. .. i., .,, vi t ice.. ,he i orener uiiuam ii. ixnigiu, jr. : "in, net i.nresiiiir sorrow Thiriv. ninth Ward ' for thlrM -five 1" lpn,b '" 15r.nn,nr nip Philadelphia1 Mrs. (Seerge A. Dunning, chnlrmnn ears. hnsle:,t one of Its foremost citizens, lie f ,e Ortfanlr.iitlen Committee of He- Mrs- Afni-rirnn Inlil hew the Senater . oeveieu un-iiini ini-inj .h-iiiii in mn me puiMWUII nil, en ei i cillisyivillllll : 1 Britain Insists en Three-Mlie Limit Continued from I'ne One the short by inenim of their own sninJl benis. New Yerh, Oct. 10. (Hy A. 1'.) The Oevernincnt'n contention tint n riim-rnnner may be seized outside the three-mile limit, but within four lcafiiies of the const. If It can be shown she has been carrying en Illegal truffle with the American shore, was upheld by Federal .ludce llnr.cl today In a ease against the British schooner Henry L, Marshall. Judge Hazel eranted an ap plication for (ondemiialleii and forfeit ure of the schooner and her cargo of H.0."ill cases of liquor tiled by Assist ant ('nlted Slates Attorney Clark. Testimony showed the schooner, seized off Atlantic City In August, 1H21, had landed part of her cargo at Menlnuk Point, .V. Y.. and Atlantic City by means of small beats. liVldence also was Introduced te show that the Marshall left the llaliamn Islands with two sels of manifests. One stated she was In ballast. Tim ether gave her cargo as llipier and her des tination ns Halifax, N. S. AppcjiN Frem Daiigberly Ittillng Counsel for the Helland-Ainerirn Line will appear before Federal Judge Learned Hand today te ask for a tem porary order restraining (Ievcrnnie.it eIliclnlH from enforcing (he Dnuglicrty liquor ruling oil the line's vessel. Cletus Keating, of counsel for Ihe In. tcrntitiennl Mercnnllle Marine and the American Slenmshlp Owners' Associa tion, dcclaled the case is a "tremen dously Important thing for America." "In the Seuth American run." he said, "foreign shlpi reIiik north ran carry liquor as far as Ilermudn ntul drop it mere or can inue u en tnere w-wuiTjwj t'pnii SIS SPECULATION Politicians Agree Man With Meney Bags Is Needed as Leader in City GRUNDY'S NAME HEARD Phllndelnlila's nelltlelnn. i.. . snectilatlen en the subject of H,.. n Vare's successor In the leaders ilnTAk City Qrnn!xntlen and el ! h iZfJ' In the Hlnte Senate. 6tiecejjer The dlscuiMeu only brought out ,. fact that nothing definite Is kae. ningliani nnd Iibikelv I). .r"r and Iteglster of Wills Cninbill. Xft? .... . ....I iiuiuimr uennite is known a. decided upon en these questions i Or Rnnlaitlun lenders, sue.!, ns Tem r?,l nllichnn, nn.l Ttl ,t,t " t. i'.m. n Jcr. J .Wills Cnmpbe their friends tlint It I uiiuu ijiiii wnnn it ma .' Ized that he had only n nKhiln7,.i,.. for life that the lcaders"XnnacTh,a cated te their friends that It I nd bin eniner M,n- nnu eeeii i iiiug i ,,,,,,. whc, ,h ,nkpiVed In their would walk through part- of the ward tlie nieresis nt riiiin.ieipnia and tin . very mrry te Hear the news of . the south run. In the case of Ihe wn month,, cr mere. Ilc hd a threat windows. .vrndemillv talking te everv one be i Kepubllcnn I 'arty. He was one of the Senater Vare's death. His private llf,- Kroeiilaml, which touches Helglnni, we lnfeei,en which developed Kradually. Mrs. Itedelln Thompson Is one of the ,ct. She Villi Vare often said he felt I '""" liepiilnr leaders lint PhllmMj.lil i n a plendlil example te a great many ; nln afoul of Ilelglan lnw. which re- it, spite of treatment until it l.ecnm.' ld residents who had known the Sena- he hnd a special dulv toward residents , "M" '"" . "is home life wan ideal. 1. p ,,.. UU politics I have net found ,,res tlint we carry twenty quarts of i, s-rleu bleed infection. Death was ter since he was a bev. of the ward ' .among ethers, feel his Ie ery keenly. different from many ethers. He was nl- , l,or for every 100 thlrd-clafs pns- pr.ineuneed by his phlci,ins le be dm. . ' ' Colonel Shelden Petter, president I way? a koeiI friend le woman suffrage , senBers. t.. n streptoreceiH toxemia, which is a peNunlng of the mtire sy.inin caused bj a piH-preducinc micro-. .rgniilsui kneun ;i the streptoeeeei,.. with enrdlne f.-iil-u".' and pulmonary edema. Tlse jii.lsi ning yd ,,p l.v the germs ...' the .llsen-e i-pread through Hie ;u-t.-m until the whole bb oil .-trenm was pelseneil and the Setu'ter's In art nnd '-..ngs alike failed under he .strain. Tills mis the cnuue of death. Chelten Trust Cempany: "I slucerelr and actively helped out. My perseual . .1.. .!...!. ,.f 13 .- .. ..' ..!. !.... ...III. U ... V 1.- I legrei Hie ui-iuu im nvnuiur i nre. lie r.-uuniis mum .i-iiiii.'i . hi .- uini- in- for the Ward Executive Committee, of the menev be ret from city con lie was well liked by everybody and had tract. and was used te na.v the poll tax ! ..." (,ieil m vrrv emwl frl.m.i i'n n,n wnvs been ninsl tileasnnt." plenty of energy. It was .imn after receipts of Itepubllcan voters. Had It . nmj Verv Mib-ta'nlial nid te me dur- ' " liis ruber's il nth and hy wan looking net been for Senater Vare' money the , llu nilinlnistrutitm as Director of, G. A. R. Pest Nearly Extinct n i i-i i -ii .-in. .1 lliitlllK l" II 1 H1UI IHT l.-(Miuiumi I11MJW1 II, 111 nim,i.i.,ii.i I'll PUP INlU'lJi "I II"! It 11(1 II'IMl, 1 .. I.rt. T nMA.1 n 1.1... 'rl. .x . t. .t.i !... !.. ...,nii.. t.rt.lnnrul nl' . I..n . .. t.t "ii.-.i . ..un.-u ii. nun. Linn nai, lie- mm .nil iiuw uvvn srem i.-i.uwu , wns ,OI lis iillliuiue villi , , .., ,f,.p,l pinrv p. nf ,I,0IJ f.,rn llie Fl.f U'n.,1 ... r.,l. .... ... HOP mil. .flr.e,l ..nt nltni.nltini- ....... ... I I .. 1 I ..... ' !C AIIICU. MOrj I n OI IIIOI.. A "' 4 "i11 ...." .-.(.ill 11,1 i" !.......,..- ...,fv-., "i.i .....f,- .... . . I'll ,111". .l.s I ...l.-i ill UUMI l'S.1, 1 HIS ,.f MnneliAaltie hi ...., .i, l-i.e. ...i tii.... ..1...1. "r. ...,,. 1 r ......... in I... In i m. l- ...... t ........ of .inneneiei , mis iiri.i. ..!-- . tir.L iiuu i mi i. iiiiiin i ..linn i. j.. . in .II...I',' Pnn 5,;itv iii ..ii. .int.-. nun j could net .,., Wards. politics. Ter instance, about .s...W sav f ny ether contractor, that he ! I.L . - .... .. .1.... l..l I I,. ..m ll.n .mil In. I I'" ..'iiaier , are was as line a mail as iuum ue lurinnui-u iii ,m. in'- i" i. ... Membership of j !(.. I ceiiniy, has If we lese our case, we will merely have te cheese In which country we prefer te pe te Jail." Krassln Quits ns Soviet Minister Klzn. Oct. Ifl. nty A. P.) It was operated with the Senater wetiM..w together after 1,1s death. That ii it'!!? agreed te st.cit tege her pemJIne il, . rival of the Inevitable new deal? ' BN Man With Meney nags y't AH the leaders made It p!ln ti... what was required, from the! p"n' lac view, was a mnn with the money b,., Such a man. it, was explained en,u! win the control of the Cltr Ormff lien; he would supply thn flnaiicV , J,'i they would de the practical work ? carry out the orders. '"' Coincident with this eW-i inern were wcii-rniin.iA.i . Jeseph It. Jr.in.ly presldcS? of ' Z Pennsylvania Manufncturers' A.4c. tien, leader of Bunks ('eunftta,; acrefs me une irnni 11.11.. feu.ity. mid n mnn with a wl,le r.P,a tntlen ns a collector of nn,i ,ii..jl.Ku of campaign funds, was ceaKMeri!;! entrance into Philadelphia polities. ,ns' n ii!i i-a iiiiiuru iiint hi. is would he te finnncn senm L ...'."' nnneiinced here teda.v flint I.eenlil ' resident leaders: lm n-mit.l i, .1. ' ,no lc T nn snv of Mr. Vare. tlint I cnl,1 n, '." ...,,ln,n .p. .... n?... "m' ... '.,n', ICr.issli, hnd resigned ns Ituss'an Soviet with Ihe menev Imps n,1 ..- I""! v..-.---.- ::- - - ".. ..-. ini n p irini inriv-iivp rii bit ninin. --. . . .- ... .... ..--.. --.., ...... wl,. ,, Hn h. " . . ' II .. .In- rtl -I nml.. .il rfiliima-nn I I.I...I .l.n ..nun. ...I... ..lt... .. " .illllinii--. ... ..I.'.- .. ...... ..v.. ... u.ii', ..in uau n nJ lllllllfll ,MP Cfpin.. I ever knew. He wn,i Imnmi. nl.vnrk icceltiN In one ward alone. Ihe qui kept his word, nn.l never forget a 'ion of who can succeed Senater Vare ) friend. He saw te It for a great mnnj is mere n question of finances thnn of venis tlint I was nrnvlileii inr. Urst. i ulltlc. Lliere ere inanv men who nave re"lied. he refused te give in. He had lie iret me a mmltlnn en the Mini When the Dualities neccHsarv for leadership, mi unusually vigorous constitution, nnd be gained mere power b hacked me but they 'nek the money with which f..r a long time seemm te be nhle t for the legislature. Later he had me te support an organization." thr-.w "If the poisoning sucess.fiilly. He .trpelnted an inspector In the Itiireau Themas W. runningham. Clerk of lu.ide In last public appearance n' nf Highways, and then, in mv eh! age. the f'eurt of Quarter Sessions, trens- eks nge today, when he addressed ., jlP personally recenimended me for ni- urer of the State Committee and one of (lie lenders in the nmiiine: tsen- ater Vare's death i a great les te his family nnd te the city nnd Stale. I had known Kd Vare for thirty years, j and I knew that be was a mnn of ser- I ling character. He was a man who ' did thousands and thousands of kind and charitable acts, and nobody except thn. concerned ever knew anything limit them. And he was a great man er In Ihe pat fifty years. Made Speech Twe Weeks Age Though from th. start th" .rrinn ncss nt tnc fcennter , illness was i icrting of the Republican City Cen.- .ointment n's a tipstaff." mni"e, te urge me werKrs te get out a large registration for (JilTerd Pinehet. Condition Heroine Serious Op the occasion ,,f hi last appearance th" Senater showed the physical sign of his illties plainly. He began te speak in a low and halting voice, but gradu ally sained vigor and his old fluency as he warmed te the work. WALSH ADJOURNS COURT OUT OF RESPECT TO VARE Says Politician's Llfe Should Be Example te American Youth Judge Waist, adjourned hearings in the i-ivil division of the Muni'-ipa! te leek after bis followers and see that I'he Senater remained nt home fel-,(.urt upon learning of the death of the get jobs. His place will be hard lowing this final effort in the Interest of party regularity. He did net take te l..s bed. limvevi r, until several dns later. Kven then the piillie did net knew Hint he was seriously ill. Whci 1 he tirsr announcement was mad" hw fnniilv did net b"lieve the umln.ly wei.ld refuse te respond te treatment. In fii.t hi illness was made light of at f r-' Then came persistent reports that he was In a serious condition. Finally the bulletins, during the curl part nf la-t ."k. became .iJnrm.ng. r or twenty four hours his death was looked for momentarily. Then mere cheering news came from the sick chamber, and his friends nnd family felt that the crii3 was pat. Sennter Vare, nnd directed a tribute te fill." te b. spread en the court minutes. lilakely P. McCatlghli, Collector nf "We note the passing of one of the Internal Kevenue: "The denth of Sen foremost citizens of the city and atnr Vare Is 11 great blew te hi host Stat;."' he said. "His life is an ex- of personal nnd political friends. There ample which might well be followed by was no one like him te keep in tue.h TELEGRAMS FLOOD TO SENATOR'S HOME every American boy who s"eks the nln- uncle of recognition, and is net afraid te work hard te attain it." Court will resume tomorrow. Leaders Deplore Passing of Vare Continued from Pat-d One might acquire advantages which be him self had net enjoyed. with conditions in every ward in tin cn. lie will be missed by tin; party and the organization." , Clinten lingers Woodruff, chairman of the Civil Service Cemmi-lnn : "I have known Senater Vare .dure we were in the Legislature together in 'M. He1 was 11 man of force and courage, true te Ills word anil true te ills trien.ls Chnrk H. Hall. Vare leader in Ceuncil: "I am very deeply grieved nt Senater Vare's death. He was a geed living husband and fnthcr and n geed citizen. He possessed a striking "The Sennter had many public works personality and was a born leader of men. lie win ne greatly missed uy ills army of friends." Harry J. Trainer. Kenublicnn organ izatien lender, Third Ward: "Sena- Telegram of condolence are flooding into Senater Var'" lcine today. Alexander P. Moere, publisher of te his credit. He h,, rnsen te annre cir.te the value of education and whnt he did In this behalf will probably consti tute his chief monument." . Hariy linker, chairman of the ter Vnre'r. death is a blew te the He Republhnn State Cemmittee: "I can- publican organization because he was "et sn hew grieved 1 mil te near 01 its leader. lie was the best judge of SJieinfnr Wire's ilelfli Alfhnllt'll we hnd linm-in ..nlllpn 1 ever met In nl. nit- the l'lttsburgh Leader telegraphed te j,,,0,Vn of his illness durlni: the Inst two political experience. I shale with all . .mgresMnan A illiam arc : 'weeks, we hoped tlint the strength which Seuth Phlliiililphiu in the less of ai "I.eenlv -he ki.il te learn of your mi carried him through oilier crises tcj reseniative man." wenii'Tiui en.uier s n.-nui. .. e ij.ii, .euI, ,,., ,lim tlrm,ai, this lime. Sen- lease convey my sympat.iy te the tain- nter Vme te m.. was net .evy a political len.'er. whom it was n privilege te knew and work with, but was alFe a close and honored j ernal friend. HI" death menus a great leu te me, as it doe te -he r'st of the State. HI influ ence was felt net only In Philadelphia. but also throughout Pennsylvnu-a. nnd will be n hard one te fill i I 1 ym iii S-ftSS) m III Zi im m v.v,. .-;-1 1m mtx. J W. gai' :m im m Ma &m i.i--.::' W:j mxv&v; .it m mm Wi &. m m I m M m "Sk W m W.& mmt. Win l&MM I .-.. 4..SV mm mi te m w- W.r&(.--m- Itirliard Wegleln, president nf Coun cil : "I was greatly shocked te hear Krem former Judge Pattersen: "May I join with thousands who send their message of sympathy te you and tours." Fermer First Assistant City Solicitor T.r u is wired : c.eii!itir are w.is muyncuv. ue iinu ijs p;1( many geed qualities of which the gen eral public was unaware." Senater Pepper telegraphed te Mrs Vare as fellows : "Senater Vaie filled a place In t'v. cei -in mitv which nobody cl.- I-- 'i'.-'y te fill. His mnnv friends nre 'eellng 'le shock of a great perseual less, th!. however. Is Insignificant win ii throughout i. .n. pared with your own bereaven.. rt. I'ernut me te express te you my pro pre fi.'ird symiathy." Ir. Ilnrclav II, Warburtr.n. vi.e et, airman of the llenubllcan State c.m. ir.-.'tee. sen' a telegram of conde'enee n Mrs Vnrc this morning. VARE'S DESK IN SENATE DRAPED IN MOURNING Get Your Heme Wired Including flxturrn e rer b'auty and charm e design nnd quality by ur wonderful organisatien. Ettr.bli.hed 19 Yeari Orlflinoterj of our own distlnnive and flexible '.nancnii; Plan ul.ich insures te cash customers ciutabli tavmn as compared wth thn de ferred ptun WALEW-CROSBY ItTpstaff who helped Entire Membership of May Be Named te Attend Funeral HnrrMuirg. Oct. HI -The dek , ' sleni'er F.dwin II Vare !. (!. f:-en r..w In the State Senate i haniber wi.s dr.- ie-l In blink tedav es ;. sn .,; nieurnlni for the Phl'adelpl.ia legls. 'llter ft is probable the entire Sill ale niemliersliln will be nani'd a.-, n i.iinmltlee te att'-nd the fm.er.il. The desk of the Senater wns . n t' r. tight side of i In. main al-'e In: iHi.il..' iHi.il..' nerew. from th.it eccuiued by ike 1 .te .Senater William K. Crew. ents these two c'ese pnlitleal friend, hid ..ccipud for many .wars and where t' en- Inst leg islative acts were p. rfermed t,,. d;.'. the fjeneral Assembly of IflL'l ad journed. News fif the lenth nf the Senater was I marked by many evpresKp.ns ,,f regret nt the fnplt'd. f.lcntM,:!!it liriMrn.r ll.-idleman sent a n.M.-nge ..f -Miq.nMiv te the family and vr.I. e. his .,,rr'.- nf the death of an exp.-rien. id !egi-..iter , and personal friend. An Irreparable 1is.s "Philadelphia and Pennsylvania have le.t greatly by the death e, emi nent public servants during the last veiir. The Hepubllcan Pnrtv has lest ir.a'.v Milunble lenders in this time. I tii'iiv I spenk for meniber of tnc party the Mate tvlK'li I saj d!s death leaves n most Irreparable less of an able leader, and of a friend who gave and inspired loyalty My heart gees i, u te the bereaved fninll." Hi! Ixiss te Party, Says Lane Datid II. Lane, veteran leader of the Tw'itMli Ward: "While I was mere or ickr expecting it, Sennter VnreV death came in a tremendous shock, ll mi-ii us a great permnal less te me, but n.e, . does It mean n less te the He- ,1'ibitran Party, leth locally and na Chamber tlenally. I bellevn his end was has ten..! by the adverse criticism directed tewi.rd him within the Innt few months l,v I is political opponents "Ills denth is a great Inns te the p.'.ny financially. He gave awav sain, 'ortune annually te the party. This represented a considerable portion Te Mothers Having Daughters Considering Employment re yeti Inti resteil In ttfilne year ilicnrliur euii'lJTe'I hi n Mh..li.etn imlremnent will e I living nn up up perluiiltr te earn te the maximum of l.-r nMllty? If .e. we nr nlwin-s c'.-i.l le tails err iliesn npiHirttinltl.'s. oipeclBlty new ha some excellent clerical iinsltient ar open. TIu'sh inirlli-'ihr iiupllleim reipilre no trcvlus eti.rifni e for h 'j fers' l.lcli sclie-l plrl nn.l nln- nrli nnh U hours a welt "I'll n halt lmll "li.v en Salimlny. Tt.e Cniplevnient (i:tl'-e n-lll l.e open fe in sen ,, jj, tu s oe 1'. M. en lluli'li.)'. HAVE YOUR DAUGHTER CALL AND SEE US, AND WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO COME VITH HER. MRS. PATTON Cnrtti Publishing Ce. CM Samem Street ffl m rw. eat '! $m .m 'm is m txzrn mm m mi mm . 1V : .'-, sv m& m m SSJ!S 140 N. 11th St. j Open Evry Evenlnit Except GatuMar XL fiZZZZL 1518 Chestnut Street g. u me nuiueer te wirm or LLEWELLYN'S 'j'hlUdtlPhlk' standard Drue 9ter V. 151K Cheatnut Street mm n.....y 77s,vs.si;v;'. ,. ';. . ;,:jm:jM VARE IS DEEPLY AFFECTED Rebert H. Smith Picked Senater for Energy and Popularity Among tlc.se inns, il(...,v n fee ted when news of Senater Vine's death spread through Cltv ll.ill ti.,, ;n Hehert II. Smith, a tipstalf la the Mn. nlclpal Court and former memher of the State ii;islnti!re from the Kirst I.egis I.egis lative IdHfrict. It wan Smith who pave Vare IiIh i lirnt Intreductien into prdiilcx. when in, canned Ills election te the Ward K.xecn. live Committee from the forty -fifth di vision of the lrt Ward, In lM. AecidiiiK te Smith, new well advanced In years, th Senater never fnrifnt him and lien looked out for his welfare for many years. "I was In polities at the time," Mr. Hmlth Mid today, "and picked fsennter Vare nn a Ilftefy looking ynnni; 1 fellow who would make feed, material Dyeing Cleaning Exactly as you 'want it done We have no connection with any firm of similar nam. I. HERZOG & CO. 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