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Evening EDtrnttPHiLADELPfaiA, j: off pay, September u, ioi4.
TWO GIRLS, CUT OFF
BY WAR IN FRANCE,
REACH HOME SAFELY
IsolatqJ in Breton Village,
They Are Held Eighteen
Days, Then Make Their
Way to Paris.
To be stranded In a seaport town eight
lioms frotn rnrlf, ami cut off from com
munication with tho outside world for
eighteen days durlns the mobilization of
tho Trench nrmy, ms tho expel lenco of
(no Phllndolphlfl. fllrlfl, Miss Jlortonso
t,e, UU North rifteenth street, nnd Miss
Helen Abrahams, 311D Diamond street,
nho returned to this city yesterday after
n scries of exciting experiences within the
nr zone They wero at a small seaport
town named St. Jean du Dolgt, in Brit
tany. "Wo woro no worse off than the rest of
tho women Of Uuropo and a great deal
moro fortunate than the majority." said
Sites Levy yesterday In apeahlnst of her
experiences. "Everywhere the men have
deserted tho villages and the women are
taking over their labors.
"On August 1 I was attracted to tho
nlndow of my room by tho pitiful crying
nt a funeral which was being held in a
picturesque cemetery across tho street.
It was nhllo In tho midst of this" dlnniRl
scene that tho tones of tho tocsin bell
broko In, telling that war had been de
clared. Tho proclamation calling for mo
bilization, which was pasted before tho
mayor's ofllcc, was several yards long. It
was received at 5 o'clock Sunday evening
and at tho B o'clock church set vices tho
nest morning no men wore present, all
were In the ileitis hastily harvesting their
crops or wcro on their way to tho front.
"During tho period of mobilization we
wcro not allowed to lcavo ths town. Wo
were with little money and were cut off
from news and friends it: the utsldo
TRENCH WERB COURTEOUS.
"Tho French wcro cry couilcous to
us. Prices wcro not raised. In fact, Uic
prices on butter and vggs camo down,
llutter could be bought for 19 cent1) a
pound, because tho usual souicos of Its
outlet were cut off. Notices were posted
noticing, the public that It was a penal
offense to raise prices.
"While wo wcro Btranded wo knew but
little of what was going on on tho out
side. Tho men had all left, and nil the
activity of tho town was carried on by
the women. AVe spent considerable of
our tlmo sewing for tho Red Cross.
"On August IS wo wero able to reach
Paris, after many passports and papers
had been signed. The trip took 23 hours,
while it usually tukes but eight. On tho
trip to Pails wo stopped at La Moris,
where tho first trainloads of wounded
were being brought In.
"At Amiens wo saw tho ariival of thn
J3.CO0 English troops. They displayed tho
greatest good humor and were singing a
pppulai song. 'Tlpperary' which the na-
tltes believed to bo their national air.
Tho, postago stamps of France, which
formclly cost two cents, arc now selling
fqr three, tho cxtia cent being used for
thd Red Cross lellcf work.
"Everywhere wo found tho wildest ex
citement. Tho soldiers go on their way
Inghig, the women hang flowora from
their windows and ecn tho wounded do
not lose their good humor."
Jllsa Levy and Miss Abrahams arrived
on the steamship Finland nt New York
jesterday. They say that tho congestion
of touilsts ut London has been relieved
and pralso the work oftho American
committee They had to work their own
way from the coast of Rrlttany to Paris,
hut in tho French capital they met
friends, who assisted them to reach Lon
don. Trains from New Tork yesterday
brought home two Philadelphia families
who had como oor on tho steamship
Campania, landing at New York. Mr.
una oirs u tiartman Kuhn arrived jes
terday evening nnd are registered for a
few das at tho Bellcvue-Stratford. The
other couple were Mr nnd Mrs. Morris
Dannenhaum. of 1901 Spring Garden
WAR NEW3 IN LETTER.
An Interesting account of the war con
ditions In Antwerp and the attack of
the German Zeppelins on the city is con
tained in a letter received by Max Hcbs,
of :035 Arch street, from Ms brother
Philippe, who has been attending school
in that city.
"Schools, theatres and cafes have been
closed," tho letter saJS. "and have been
turned Into hospitals. Automobiles and
motorcjcles hear the Insignia of the
armj Soldiers patrol tho streets and all
business Is suspended. All the soldiers
Urtlug for tho front are loaded with
nowers. cigars, candy and luxuries. The
Lnehsli allies recelvo ovations whenever
the appear on tho sticets."
The attack of tho Zeppelins occurred at
1 o dock at nlqht. according to tho letter.
Wo ull had retired." lie writ. "n.i
tho p-oplo had heard no rumors of an
enemy f0r some time, when suddenly the
city was shaken as If by an earthquake.
a series of explosions followed at short
"nervals and people
trcets. not knowing
bomb would fall.
Tho Kltle tlQ ,m( movc(J ftUh hig
lamiij ,0 Antwerp. Is said to have rulicd
into the street coatless and hatles Ten
bomb3 wci aroppcil and eight people
the"..!!1;! a"', ? nUl. Tho whirr of
hMrdn li .7 U,c '""fliers c"W be
--.fcH-VI wt Ull V1JHIIJ
HOfMiCONGRESSMAN LOQUe r
Cftthollcf Total Abstinence Union
ThnnJks Representative for Ald
t L'A,the C?1,",0"0 ,ToM Abstinence
Union presented him with a copy of reso
lution at the opening of the fall cam
paign of the Union in the Cathedral Hall
afternoon "" VU a
,Jih ro"0l,uon thanked him for his un
tiring work during tho last twenty year,
and wero hfcftentefl hv .1 ,,,. n-..;.:....'
rtmlimnii of h.rnm.r.7" ""'"."."?:
Falls lastnmonth.f l"e Un'n ,n Nlaeftm
Congressman Logua briefly replied In a
"E"h .0"l hc, unlo for th' prog
grws made, In the last forty years nnd
. THROUGHOUT ITALY
Frequoncy of Disorders at Homo
Causes Alarm Consoquoncos
of War Heavy on Budgot.
A strong light Is thrown upon the
prcc-nt condition of affairs in Italy,
nnd upon tho decision of tha Italian
Clovcrnmont to maintain neutrality, in
n letter to the New York Evening Post
from Its Naples correspondent, of
which tho following Is part:
Cerlgnola Is a Ilttlo city In Apulia, In
the south of Italy, between tho Appe
nlnes and the Adriatic. Yesterday, as
certain oratora of the Liberal party
wcro speaking In tho public square, a
bomb burst under tho platform of tho
orators. Tho news of the event Is not
as yet precise, but It appear that n
poor young man wm killed. It is hardly
known how. Wo read already that
Corlgnolo. Is a "nest of anarchists": tho
Intervention of the Government Is al
ready Invoked for making arrests In
mass, or. If .necessary, setting up some
now kind of gallows In tho public square.
In largo propoitlons the same
thing occurred In tho tumults of Ro
mama and during the dais of the gen
eral strlko and of the threatened rail
way atriko a month ago.
I was not In Italy when there took
place, on the 7th of last June, the dis
orders of Ancona, which have been dis
cussed largely by tho national and Inter
national pross. After a private political
meeting, about 200 persons, Socialists and
Republicans together. In small groups,
directed themselves toward one of tho
city squares, tho -Piazza Roma. A cor
don of police hnd been already placed
to bar tho way to the crowd. A conflict
ensued between the crowd and tho po
lice. Tho policemen say they were hit
by stones and bv a few nhntn flrrrl.
'which last they have not been able to
prove; the demonstrators deny It. It la
easy to believe that the carabineers were
maltreated by the crowd, just as It Is also
believable that nothing terrible would
KaVe happened If 200 or moro persons
had been allowed to walk about freely
In Piazza Roma, in Ancona, and to shout
a few hurrahs and the revorse.
I camo back to Italy from a long Jour
ney In Greece, and first to Rome, where
ho general strike had already begun,
and the most varied and sensational
events wero in progress. The Conserva
tive and Liberal papers were full of
catastrophic accounts; they spoke openly
ui unii-inonarcnicai plots ana of organ
ized revolution. Thus a great, pdnlo
spread through all Italy.
Italy can bo ruled only by either a
tyrannical Government, like that of tho
Popes or of the medieval nobles, or by
a strong and laborious demoracv. con.
sclous that faith In ideas and in the men
that represent It Is to Southern peoples
not le3 necessary than tho perfect or
ganisation of the administration and of
Certainly, this crisis of growth and this
Initial distrust In a form of government
Insufficiently active and operative ac
cording to what most people believe to
be the material and spiritual necessities
of Italian life, have had their share in
the recent disorders.
They hero continued to consider and to
treat the peasant as they did B0 years
ago; they have dominated tho local ad
ministrations, and have had tho Govern
ment at their service; law and Justice
nave Been almost entirely on their side.
Thus, between proprietors nnd laborers
there has risen a barrier over which Is
sometimes stretched the hand of a mad
man, armed by a criminal, to fire tho
fuse of a bomb,
The consequences of tho war weigh and
must continue to weigh heavily on our
budget. Italy, having shown herself
strong nnd great In the presence of the
wholo world, has created new difficulties
tor norselt abroad, and this la another
reason for not llludlng ourselves about
her Internal conditions and for not falsi
fying their origin and cause.
Tho Italian Government has chosen
the direct road of neutrality In tho x
ploslon of this homicidal madness of con
quest. It Is not enough to say that the
road chosen Is tho most loyal, by reason
of tho honest Interpretation of the treaty
which binds Italy to Germany and Aus
tria. It must be recognized that this Is
a duty toward the nation at this moment.
CONTRACTOR SUES CITY
rushed Into the
wjiere the next
of Tim '" . "a" tl 'ow droning hum
?hVd?.Pn?PU,ir Wa,,w' w reeded
Pilot .!t,?,K f a bomb' afe- which tha
o an m "!c ',,a,,1"n btjond the range
mi Kp"SfclbI- attack.
nut ., . " "elUs must b covered at
th . '." pr"e'" future attacks b
PW "v . .Lt1,?' Dail wverin.
llreeu .. "B,l,a nn,, !dlera patrol the
The 1. ,' louPsardort an nttu.k"
mi !u bv r,UhUl1 had '"Be portion- of "
the "st,u. r,Cn",fc,or' "lso ''ad a map of
dnJghur ''"' returned with his
the Si U", M'rtam Clark Kane, on
-ung through vw,";' ""'.". "?." ,""'.,
Visited i.n.- .. " "n(J Bcouano a"1
during .V"?0 v.- Kdlnburgh nd Londoi
Seeks to Recover Money Deducted
for Pavement Repairs.
David Peoples, a contractor, sued tho
city In the Municipal Court today to re
cover HOO, which he claims wa Improp
erly deducted from hta bill. In Septem
ber, 1912, the city awarded a contract to
Peoples for the reconstruction of main
tewers. Part of the work consisted of
the building of a sewor In Chestnut street,
from 42d to 43d street.
While tha woik was progressing on the
Fouth side of the dtrcet. tho United Gai
Improvement Company, Peoples sas, tore
up tho sidewalk on that ildn to get at
its gas mains. The city repaved the
sidewalk uud charged the cost. flOO, to
Peoples. When tha contractor was paid
for his work this amount was deducted
Tho contractor declares that he had noth
ing to do with tho tearing up of the
rgh and London-
L'vor-ui,;. ,."5 the army
tmislax-n." ,. , 'und the gieatest en
.u,M' of mtrn i ,,KBne- "a"d, 1"
un.t I., d.cl8,. V1 JM one acted as
fJotlci ' v, I- ' "4 war una us
.. . " l 3" Kane fcaui , i. .-,.....
."-'"l "'! the trln vTu,T .'." '."" :.
- m no ncr i
i unbr n !!','eer- and that larso
iiiiirririinH Kia .
nait.,.s tran;:,(".,. "re in, r'"M
wero i m..i -""on. n. i
TODAY'S MARRIAOB UCENSES
I'rmlnlo Falcone. Hon Slawr. nd CsUrlna
llurnni. Uryn Mat
I arl llulab. IV'H B Chrlten ae, ani Emma
K, Hlinar. 3411 Frankfonl avc.
John WUh. i'M7 North Sill l . and Lllll.
Van All'n, 1V03 tihackamaxon el
rancls O Ilttrlck SOTO Martha at. anj
Kinma U Paul, '.1C) I? Matiard at
ISnlck rhwaitz d03 Calloalitll at, and Kathtr
juni bu. caugniii ki
William llrowri tU ltD'Iman t . ana Mary
WbOdanla. 17 North Feltun t.
Krrt lltl.tcrlna DM North Warnock at . and
tiutale Htrger m van norn at
Dux U .Votcle inn l.fhlgli uc, and Huth 11
Uerhart. 2u2l North -M t
notirrl Saunders. T1U bouth Mol it . and
M'irv Mltrhrll 1r'l Mont at
Sara Epltcxorr. 1 110 N 18th at , and Marls
l'anfch. Ut Harrliou at
Milton U. Mycra. MO S Uro4 at., and Kthel
K Altihular, .ttS3 llavcrfcrd a.t.
Vroncl V Ilorahan, ttTl Crjo at., sod
Mltabtth B. Ehaw, vl'll Deltrado at.
LuUl Romaaro. 30a Ciriottr at , and Annla
Marlnclll. SOS Carpfoitr :
IMvld noblnaon. till Pembarton It. and
li'Uhcrlno Rrlfrla Kit Tcinbtrton at
Allan U Uland 5IJI pioc at . and Llllle
.V MorriJ Ml N. to-n it
Jcnh A F.lnhrt, -III W Pnn at . and
Margutrlt K Dunn. JH0 N Mervlue n
Vntoiilo Uopu New Castle. Del., an I Maria
t ulvarcac, New Catlt Del
cmoa A ivnliarn. ilia n, Turk ave, and
lola B. HroHii. 1720 Park avo
i:iiibeth it. Mtdoir. 3100 Columbia ave , and
Hannah Cohen. 1611 fi. 6th at
ituiolph Schiller 1231 Oreaq at., and Iftlcu
J 'dE w aa made bvth."1' "P nd..lno KUii. Swan, ra
U' route. y ,Ue tremo norther- c" A,,aack. saos NichoUa tt nd Carrlt
I Tt' SSW tt Htn it.
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REV. ROBERT E. L. JARVIS "
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BETHANY'S PASTOR RESIGNS,
Tho Rov. Dr. R. E. I,., Jiuv1b Will
Join Evangelical Extpnalo'n Wdrkf
Much to the surprise iot tho majorl'ty
of his congregation, tho' Ilev. Dr. Itoh
ert U. it. Jarvls has resigned tho pas
torato of Bethany Presbyterian Church.
Ho gives up his work to become director;
of tho ovongcllcal extension tcpartinent
of Stony Brook Presbyterian Assembly,
a position whloh will tako him to fll)1
parts of tho United States. N
Members of tho congregation aro to.
meet on Wednesday night, Septqmber ':,
to tako action on Dr. Jarvls" resignation,"
and to consider tho selection of a sua1
cessor. John Wnnamakcr was largely
Instrumental In bringing- Dr. Jarvls 'to
Bethany, nnd, because of the strong at
tachment between tho pastor and him
self, he said ho could not cast 'his votd
to consider tho resignation.
FIRE DESTROYS POWERHOUSE
AT BRANDYWINE SPRINGS'
Skating Rink nt 3?ark Also' rails'
Victim to Elnmes. '
WILMINGTON', Del, Hpl. tt.-tfire
early this morning" destroyed vtljo skating
rink owned by W. W. McCool, at Brandy
wlnc Springs Park, and tho auxiliary
powei house of the People's Hallway 'Com
pany. A number? 9f houses In tho suburb
known as tho Cedars, wero threatened. A
call was sent to Wilmington, and several
Wilmington flro companies responded, but
tho rink and powerhouse, were gone when
The skating rink has been out of service
for somo tlmo and tho powerhouse was
kept as an emergency plant. The cur
rent for the amusement park In tho sum
mer season Is furnished by an electric
company In Wilmington, hut tho other
plant which was formerly used was kept
to be put Into service In cuso of an
emergency. Tho lost on the skating tlnk
is estimated at HOOO. The loss on tho
Power plant will run close to $20,000.
The skating rink building was u por.
tlpn of tho, ..water exhibit booths which
formerly-.stood, In Jhe court of City Hall,
MAN COMMITS SUICIDE: a
WOMAN FAILS IN ATTEMPT
Two VlotlmB of PolsonrTakoiv Several
Days Ago, Dlo in Hospitals.
Ono man committed milclde yesterday
nnd two women who swallowed poison tab
lets several days previous died In hospi
tals. A womln made an unsuccessful at
tempt nt suicide.
rMnndent because ho -an unable to
' bbtalh work at his trade, ns a carpenter, '
owing to falling evcslght, Chnrlrs Tiout,
67 yearn old, 1648 North Opal street,
committed nulclde nt his home eiterday
by Inhaling Illuminating gas Several
months ago, according to tho ma,n' wife,
ho lost his work becauso of poor eyesight.
Since then ho had hccOme partially blind (
and feared that he would loso his. sight '
j entirely. Ho brooded over tho matter nnd
yesterday was found with a gas tube fast
ened in ins moutn,
Catharine Orr, 10 cars old, 1324 South
Thirteenth street, died In St. Agnes' Hos
pital from tho effects of d, number f
poison tablets ho hnd swallowed on au
gust 23, mistaking them for hendniho
Mrs. Madge Tolhert, 30 years old, 1733
lillswortli Btrrct, died at tho Polyclinic
Hoinllnl nt tho result of taking poison
with suicidal Intent. She wnllowed thn
lotion on September 8, nnd had been In
tho hospital since then
Lena Itlcks, 35 jciiih old, 431 Galloway
ntrootj jumped from tho roof of her homo
Jn n'ri unsuccessful attempt to end her life.
According to the police, tho woman wor
ried because nho was ordered to bo sent
trt thb Philadelphia Hospital on account
)f being partly demented. Her injuries
Will probaDly.TirOvo serious.
, 'L'OSES EIKGER IN1 MOTOR
..Bertha Knoelke, i joars old, of B03
Sovltlo street, lost tho little flnccr of her
right hand this morning, when sho stuck
U Into tho motor of an electric wnsh
hiv; mnchlno, oporntrd by hor mother,
lis, ltcnrj Knoelke The finger was
tut off. The child was taken to St.
DEATHS OF A DAY
WILLIAM H, COOPER
Soloct Councilman Long Had Been
Identified With Politics.
VIllhvm II. Cooper, Select Councilman
Jfiom th'q 12th Ward, died of heart dlsense
at hs l).dmc, 712 North Third street, yes
terday, , Ho was stricken suddenly while
talk"lng''wlth friends nt Third street and
ralrmoilnt avenue and died at IiIb homo.
M. Cooper had been Identified with 12th
Ward politics for many years. Ho served
Wo' terms' In Common Council. He was
cle'cfcdttr Select Council Inst December.
He w!t('n member of thn Ulks and of thn
12th "WarrtMlopubllcan Kxecutlvo Commit
ter Ho 1s survived by a widow, two sons
nnd a daughter.
GEORGE TO HEAD REPUBLIC
Will Probably Be Made Manager of
ITHACA, N. Y Sept. H.-Tho executive
committee of tho. Board of Trustees of
tho George Junior ltcpubllc has voted to
attempt to keep that Institution open. It
has been decided to recommend to tho
board of trustees that William It. Georgo
Ue placed In charge as manager, and thu I dav a(trnoon from tho home ut hor nn n-im
isou tho belief that the , H tl. Seybert, 1007 Christian btreet.
JOHN H. CAMPBELL
John H. Campbell, a mining engineer
nnd chumlst, of -Ml S.irisom street, who
was superintendent of several big mines
ill Arlzqnn, Nevada and other Western
States, and owned largo mines In Mexico,
died Saturday. Ho had returned to Phila
delphia shortly after tho trouble In Mexico
began. Mr. Campbell attended tho
Friends' School, at Ilfteenth and Ttace
streets, and was gtadttateit from the Uni
versity of rennslvanla'iii 1576. Ills 111
ne&s, due to a stroke of apoplexy, lasted
nbout four months Ho is survived by a
widow and four chlldron.
ELIZABETH BARRY HEPBURN
Elizabeth Barry Hepburn, wife of W.
Horace Hepburn, an attornoy, of 172S
Pino ttreot, died jesterday ,t hot Mum
mer home In Atlantic City after a Bhort
Illness. Mrs. Hepburn was a great grand
niece of Commodore John Barry, and a
grnnddaughter of Commodore Bnlnbridge.
She was a member of the board of man
agers of the Infants' Hospital, and of the
parish of St. Stephen's Protestant Epis
copal Church. She is .survived by her
husband, a daughter and fix son.
EDWARD P. POMO, ot 24n Bouth fl'.M
Street, for many yearH with, the commercial
department of the Hell Telephone Company,
died at his olime yesterday after a short
Illness. The funeral ulll he held from his
home on Wednesday afternoon nt 2 o'clock,
lntermertt wilt he In Mt Ptace Cemetery.
MRU. JANE H.iUOWEI.r.. n Idmv -nf, Joaeph
U Hayell. tin urtlat. died eiterda Th
funeral will 'be held tit two oVIncW Wadnef.
new management can meet the existing
debt of IC000.
Mr. George told the executivo committee
that It would bo Impo&siblc to keep tho
republic open under tho tlnanclal condi
tions that had prevalqd In Freevlllo for
a few years past, but that tho republic
could be run successfully. Mr. George
also hinted that If the State Board of
Charities sought to take over the republlo
ho would organize a ilval Institution on
grounds adjoining the republic belonging
MRS MAItY PARKER KEH.Y, wife of
William "Kelleyi an attorney, died at her noma
IU1Q7 Aryh Street, jetlerday. In her eeventlcth
JPKATH8 .... .
runferal t-ervlcet and Interment prlvat.
rovldence (It. I ) paper please copy. ...
JIAYMC. On September 11, WU, JOHN
IiAYI.B Relative and friends nr Invited to
attend the funeral aervlcea, on Wednesday,
Hcptember in, nt 2 oelock preclely, at tha
funeral pnrlora of Harry C F. Caraon, 1213
Bouth llroad at Interment private. . .
II(VI. On Baptemlier II, 1014, DANlnt,
IIOYI). .Relatlvea and Irlends nro Invited to
attend the ftintal aervlccs, on Tuesday aft
ernoon, at 3 o cloclc. at the apartments of
Oliver II, ttnlr, lsJO rfientnul at. Interment
at Mount Morlah Cemotfry,
IIOVI.K Ort September l2, lll4, MICIlAEf.
HOVLK, nseil IIS en Funeral on Tueaday,
nt 8 n. m . from 112 Bouth Cnpltnt at Sol
ran Requiem Maai nt the Chureti of Bt.
Thomaa Aquinas, at n.io n t
lUIAIir.fiY. At Or.ntr drove. N. .T . on B"p
tember 10, I'M I. JOHN' IIAIIDV HRADI.nv,
huabnnd of Mellle 1. Illoll' m u
nnd son of Mnrthn nml Inte John II nradle,
need fll vi.ara HMntlve uriA frlrnrljt tind
Orient frfKlKe, No 3Sr,, r, and A M. : Mellt i
f'hapter, .o 281; Mary Commnnderv, No.
'Ill; Philadelphia fonMMory and I,u t,u Tem
hie, A. A O M, H , Ket atone AwmHr, No
'.', A. O M V , and rmr! of the Hughes
. Ilrndley Co, are Invited to attend funeral,
nn Monday, at 1 H0 p in., from late real
dence, 4"11 reilar ave Kervlee In Wharton
Htreet .Memorial M 13 church r.lth nnd
Cathurlne ate , nt 2:,'ll) orlotk. Interment Mt.
ltltAVIID.N On Keplcmber I.'. I0H IIMIIA
J. DHAYIION widow of Arthur Ilraibrn
I'unernl fervlies on Tuemlny nt 2 n. m at
SI'.O N Colorado at Interment renm-md
ItltOdAN. On Heptetnlier 12. IIIH, PRANK
W IlltOOAN, lnnlimi I ,.f l.llm llrogan I'
nernl servlrcn, Tuevlnv nt S p m , nt IV!
N Front t , Camden .V I Intennent Ilni
tint Ccmctory, oodatowu, N'. J on Wednea
lu CAMI'fllll.T.. On Heptember 12 1014, JOHN
II. CAMI'IJEI.Ij, Hrd l.O enra Hclntlvot
nnd friends nre Invite to ntliml thi funeral
nrvlces on 'luenday, nt lo n m , nt his Into
ieldn'e. 4414 "otwnm t Interment prlvnte
CARBON. Oil September 12 1UH MARYO.
v Idow of Incob Corson In her 7 Id y. nr,
Funernl rervlccs on Tu,dn, nt Emlllc road,
near Ilrlstol, at 2 TO p in Interment a'
C'OLMNH. At Mooreslnun, N. J., nn NMnth
Month 12th, 10H, RACIIIH, A., wife of John
H. Collins, In her 71th yenr Relative nnd
friend are Invited to nttend the funeral, from
her late realdence. m i:.mt Centml nv,
Moorestown, ou Third-day Ninth Month nth.
at 12 m Interment nt nlentown Cemeterj.
''arrhiBe will meet 11 ij trollev from Mar
ket at ferry, Camden, ut Chester uvc ,
COOrilll On Heptember la Itlll.WIM.IAM
It rociPKR. huahanil of llnnnh M i nop. i
Iteldenee. 712 North Id et Due lutlie uf
the funerel will be lrti
CRANK. On Peptember 11, 101 1, nt Wond
lynne, N J. MARY D 1 , wife of I'rancl
A. (.'ratio Puiieral erle on Tlntrada). lit
a 1. in , hi in" reeiupnce ni ner FIHier, .Mr.
Ray W Cox, 1102 Cooper i , Camden, N. J.
Interment Rethel. N. J.
CHOJILKY. Sud,enl, nt Mndenwold. N. J..
."eptember II, lull J"ll.s v , hui..inJ ct
Mary J. Cromley, In his lth x enr Kunernl
airvlce on ednedny, nt J p m , nt hie
late residence, Undenwold, N. J. Interment
Ht IJerlln Cemetery.
IIAIINEI.T,. At lit Lnurel N J , on Ninth
Month., 11th. lull, AI,Kltl.I DARNUL,!.,
nsed "H ear Relatlios nnd friends nro
Invited to nttend the ftitu rnl from hi Into
resldcneet Mt I.nurel on Ihlri-dn, Ninth
Month, l.ith, nt 2 p m i arrlacea will meet
!?, ;!"J'. V.- trail. from Market street Terry.
I'hlln'Telpbla nt Moorestown
IllIISKVI On cptetnber 1.1 Ifll I. EMMA I..
DI.ISIJM, widow of John II Delem. I'uneral
servlre on Thuradav, nt 2 p. m , at her lain
residence. "J I North Hth nt. Interment ut
West Laurel lllll Cemeter
IIAI.MMVEt.t, On Heptember 12, 1014 WII.
I.IAM. husband of the late Citharlno N
Hallow ell, nged ,4 Jear Due notl, of the
funeral will bo clven, from the resldenco of
his dniiBhter, 1S4S Vnn Pelt t.
IIIU'IILKN. At her residence. Atlantis Cltv
N, ,'.,it 1 a. m on '-eptcmber 13, t'llt,
EMA1IETII llAltRV w,ie nt W Urn
Hepburn Tho relutlvtn and friend aro In
vited to attend the funeral services, on Wi '
tics lay iifternoon, at 1 o clock, at her cp.
home, 172S I'lno St., l'hll tuelphln Int
II INK l.i:. On Reptember 13 1014. OEOROE
1., son or tleorit i un I Kilz.ioMh llhu
niid Kranilson of lohn nn I Murv Hlnkle n
l.dnnrl ind M irv rn h ascd ."! we,"
Jtinenl on Monday at 2 p m. from 2!(
Dickinson at Interment at Holy Cross On
"iV.'.wo07''"0" September 12. 1014. ANV V
RL.MK, wife of J. Howell Johnson. Relatives
ore invited to alum funeral services, on
Wednesday, at 2 p in pr laely, at her lata
. jrj.,.'!jr.p.e' "4 ll Columbia ave.
''C'&tVrV'tTLJJd, ,N.lnt1' Jn" l-'h. 1011. JO
htPH LEKDOM RelailveH are Invited to at
tend the funeral, from Oiiktnont, Delaware
.,V.'JUJ'!.V. Pa- on Ninth -Month ISth. nt : P m
K,.'L,I.?..,r7.9n heptember l.t. 1014. MARY
.1 PARKER, wife of William Kellcy. Dlu
notlco of the funeral will bo given, from l.cs
late residence, T107 Arch t.
",'. k'!MvPn P'Ptember U, 1014. KATIf
l.RINb M. beloved wife of the lute Chirles
Klamler (nee Poo, In her fisth jear. Rela
tives and friend atno members of the ladles'
Aid hoclety of at Vim ent s Urphiii V i
Taon. Ht Mar' Society of tho Catholic
Mother, nre Invited tt, nttend the funernl, on
Tuesday mornlnK. at 0 .10 n'UnrU, from hor
lato residence, a IJ8 North Rroad st holemn
Requiem Mass ut .St. btephen a Church, at
11 o'clock. Interment Holy Sepulchre Ceme
tery. MALItKIt, Buddenly, on September 12, 1914,
OTTII.IH N. M. MAURER, daughter of the
late J, J, nnd TAUIIno Maurer, ared 43 year.,
At. Supt of the Lutheran Orphans Hot u
now Oermnntonn ave, Mt. Airy. Relatives
nnd friends nre Invited to attend the funeral
aervlce. on Wednesday afternoon, at 2
o el irflt. In the chaperof the Home Interment
private at Herman Lutheran en e
MdlAI.E. On Bepteniber 1.1, 1014. KRANCIS
J., eon of the late I'eter and Elizabeth Mc
lln'e I'uneral on edneday, nt 8 to a m ,
from 41111 Thompfion at , West Philadelphia.
llh.li fna n nhtirl, nf Our Mother or Bor
interment at cameurai
SAUNtlKnS, On Beptembef 12,1014. TlnNHrK
SAUNDERS, husband of Bmma Baundera.ul
r..,M-l ni prtieadfiv. fmm 3710 Concord avc.
Cnmden. N. J. Interment Arllncton CrMP ""f
StOt'M.ER. At rikton, Mil, on September1 A ,1
10. 1I4, Or. dPniALD F., ton of nv Jfn 1 I
, ana Mry r, Dcuuiicr. liviaiivc-n ena 1
friend ftro Invited to attend tho funeral serv-
Ice, on Monday afternoon, at 2 n'clook, at
the apartments of Oliver II. Balr, 1820 ChH
DfkiiitfirKn.RAnmbe 1.1. 101s. nrcnnnn '
N.i husband of Mary K. Hoiirbeer, aited 41
Kunerai service on iursoav, ac i ri
row, at 10
I yillKK-On Feptomber 12, 1014, np-
WARD r , huaband of the late Demnrin u.
Mllllck, nised 78 year, funeral on Ttieslay.
nt i ii m , from West Chester road. Upper
Darbv. Delaware County. .,, ,
VIor.lfltl.K On Reptember 12. 1014 PHILIP,
husband of Mary Moohrlc. eon of I'rancl and
tho late I'hlllp Moehrle. Duo nollco of fu
neral will be given from hla mother' resi
dence ami N 28th at.
MOHKHKAI). -In Lnndnwn. Deliwaro Co,
I'a , Heptember 13, 1014. MARCKLLA A .
widow of tlustavuH K. Moorhead funeral
from N B. I'or. Owen nnd Drexel aves.,
Lanrdnwne Pi , on Wediicda. nt 1 p in
Interment private a' Mt Peaie Cemetery
MIHtHAN On Heptember 13 1014. lAMHS
MOROA.N. husbniul of the I He Juinle Jlnr
Kin und non of the lato John and Ann Mor
xnn I'uneril on Thursday, nt i 10 n ii ,
from bis Inte residence Il.'l K 17Hi si
HlBh Mn-n nt M Rita Church at 10 u. r.i
Interment New ( athcslrnl Lemetorv.
Vlt l.ll()l.l,AM).-i)n Heptember U 1014 nt
HI losephs Hospital. RO.SII Ml LHOL-
LAVIJ ttelutlles nre Incited tr, nttenil f 11-
neral, Wednehdaj, at 8 10 n m, from 2.12U
Hreetj st Rotcmii HIkIi Re'iulem Muss at Ht
r'rnnrl Xavlcr'n Church ut lu a m.
MI LL. On Heptember 13 1014 nt her Int
realdtnce t.120 Overbrook ave , Ht'HAN JAM!
MULL. Ill her 87th jear. Due notice of Iu i
neral will be clven
Ml ItPIII. On Kentember 13, 1014. HARAH
TRANi L-4 MPIII'IIV, wife of Thoma A.
Murphy. Tuniral Bervlee on Wednesday, at
2'0 p ni , nt the rcsllemc of her husband,
Jerferson t., Went Mannunk. Interment
private, nt Wctmlnsler Cemetery
NOLAN. On Heptember 13, 1014, WILLTAM
.1 NOLAN. In Ills 7Mh year Hervlte at tin
r'eldetire of his son, Wllllim C Nolan. 2U
Allert nve, Aldin. Delaware Count o.i
We Iiim lav. f pti mlier 1'), lit 2 p. in lnter
iu ni nl ArlliiRtui i emttiij. funeral serv
Pes nnl Intermmt private
O'DO.NN'i:!.!.. On September 12. 101 1 NORA
O. wife of John O Donnell funeral Wednes
day, at mi a m. fnir, .'tl.' N uh
si Holemn Reiulem IllRll Mnes at tho Church
of tie. Isltatloll ll t'l n m
ORR. At his home. 172 Central uve , Haul
OrnPEe, N, I , on Heptember 1.1 1014,
I'HAril.Ki W. ORR. formerly uf this citi
funral serv lies will he held at the humo of i ,
his mother. Mr. Josepn orr. a.-i .-. .viiincit
st , West Philadelphia, uh Tucsdas Septiin-
ber If. at 2 p. in.
OI LTON On Heptember 10.1014, CHARLUS
HARVHY OULTON. I'uneral service 'Mon
dav at 0 n m , ht his lute residence, 21.10 '
Arch st Interment strictly private. I
POHI.K.. On September 12. lull, EDWARD '
f beloved 'iiivbtind of Anna 1'ohlu It. la
lUrs nnd frli ndn also rii"mber of I nl n
Sews Relief Assnilatlon PioRresslvo Assem
1 Iv No 4, A O M P , and Commen il
Department of Hie llell Telephone i rrum
of I'enn"lvnnln are lnltl to ntten I t -funeral
eervbes on Wetnesdiv afternoon
2 i i loi k, nt his lite ri'sMenre, Jlj ii
1 2 1 st Interm.nt u M ml Peaeo I enieter
It'iiinlns mnv bo vliw-I Tuesday ovenins
ii in , nt hi late residence, 1.120 North lt
st Interment at Harrlaburg Cemetery Har-rlhur-.
TIKMANN. On Benlemher 13, 1014, KATIQ
II .wife of Joseph T. Tlemnnn, nued flt year.
Funernl nervlre on Thursday, at 2 p. m., nt
her late residence, 2121 last II n av.
Interment prlvnte, Kt Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Vr.TriJItl.KIN. On Heptember II. 10M. JO
SEPH BMALLWOOD VKTTERLEIN. Rela
tives and friend Hr Invited lo attend tha
funeral rervlces. on Monday afternoon, at a
o'clock, nt hi late residence, 4312 Spruce- at.
Interment private. ,
VOOKL On Heptember 12. 1014, 8AD1B
VOOEL, seed 41 yenr. Relatlvea and friend
are Invited to nttend the funernl serv ee. on
Tuesday afternoon, nt 2 o'clock precisely, at
her late residence, 7J4 North 8th st. treat).
Interment private, at Adath Jeihurun Cents-
1AOOLKKV.- On September 11.1014, ELIVBN,
widow of Nlmrod Woolery. Funeral services
on Wednesday at 11 a. tn at the rbapel of
Andrew .1 Ilnlr A Hon, 10th and Arch t.
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