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PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1911.
PRICE ONE CENT
ALWAYS A CHANCE
FOR DRINK VICTIM
IN ST. PAUL'S CLUB
Derelicts Lifted From Seem
ingly Hopeless Degrada
tion and Made Useful and
A sodden wreck of a man shuffled alone
the river front and wondered how long
It took to drown. He had hnd a long
light with John Barleycorn and he had
lost. Ho had nothing to HVo for. He hnd
lost everything ho had to loc, family,
friends, business and health. The whisky
had even taken awny his appetite for
food, and now he could not even Ret
whisky. So he nerved himself and ctept
closer to the bulkhead. The waves mur
A laborer on his way to work noticed
the loiterer and intercepted him. There
was a short conversation and the two
went off together. They turned In at 4U
Lombard street Old St. Paul's Club and
tho man to whom death hud called was
put to bed. Then, In the brutally direct
parlance of tho street, he "went to the
This Is almost nn everyday occurrence
at Old at. Paul's. Sometimes every one of
the 18 beds In the Institution Is occupied,
and none but Inebriates are admitted.
The club might be culled the house of the
last chance. Us avowed object is to give
to the man who has lost everything, who
lias given up the light against liquor,
As a matter of lact, St. Paul's gives
each man fnui chances before It classes
him as a congenital drunkard or a pro
fessional panhandler If he "fall down"
the first, second or third tim" .lfter the
club has "put him on his feet" h! spon
sor Is bound liv hi pledge to bilng
him back. Putting a man on his f"t
at Old St. Paul's means Just that. H.
Is fed and cared for until hf Is able to
work. Then a Job 1 obtained for him and
he Is kept until his first payday.
Tho club was founded five years agi'
and Is said to be the only institution of
Its kind In this count rv. Without endow
ment, without appeal for charity without
advertising save that given It b word
of mouth, it grow 4 and tcnds each year
the scope of Its work, literally dragging
men out of the gutter and helping them
back to self-re.speet.
The whole scheme of the cluh is mar
velously simple. With the exception of
the house It occupies, which is donated
by the episcopal I'uv Mission, the or
ganisation Is fcodf-suppoiting, yet there
aro not stated dues. Kacn member coti
, .tvmtnn what he thinks he can afford.
""Ko questions are asked and anything U
accepted from a five-cent piece to a rtve
DRINK VICTIMS ELIGIBLE
The rlub has about 100 members. Any
man who has been or Is n victim of tho
drink habit is eligible to membership, and
none who has not is admitted. This ap
plies evm to the others with the single
Nceptlon of the Rev. Dr. H. Creaaon Mc
Henry. tne president, who also Is buper
Intcndent of the Episcopal Cttv MUhUjii.
Th other msmbtra of the club are 1". II.
Dougherty, treasure! and gentr.il .nuu
nger: Prank J. Trice, vice president, and
Thomas Collln and Prank Ji.w-. 'n--tarles.
Mr. Price also la the Sunday lee
tutor when he is In the cltv Service
aro held at th club every Sunday affr
noon ut 4 o'clock. This Sunday service
Is In acknowledgment to the Episcopal
City Mission and Doctor Mellenry for th'
use of the houo. It was. ihti onli stipu
lation majo by th clergyman when h"
turned oer tho building for the use of
the club. , , .
Old St. Paul's also has a superintendent,
but one man rnre! stays long m this
olllce. Sometimes u man hulds it nlv
ono day. The sup- rlmndent is u man
who has been brought In off the siietts
to tako the euro for drunkenness. He Is
generally in the eonvales. . nt stage.
Whll he Is recuperating preparatory to
making a new start n w
.,-oinii ir some one eisu i ''"
duties of the superintendence
Failure means loss of your vote
at the election, November 3.
Large registration, reform lead
ers say, spells defeat of Penrose.
October 3 will be the only other
Registrars will sit In every poll
ing place from 7 a. m. to 10 a. m.
and from 4 p. m. to 10 p, m.
Enrollment under a party name
is not necessary.
Poll tax or property tax receipts
dated since November 3, 1912, will
qualify elector for registration.
Poll tax receipts may be bought
from the division registrars, if the
elector's name appears on the as
TO DEFEAT PENROSE
275,000 Voters Qualified to'
Register Today and Octo
ber 3 Failure Means Loss
No questions are put to tho man who Is
taken in by st raurs, " " - ..
he Is asked to malt" a simple pledge to
Bbstnln from Intoxicating liquet i H
Biionsor-the man who has picked him up
eomewhe.-e and brought him tn-tas a
stronger pledge. Ho promise to sward
nnd nrotect the newcomer to tne ne oi
,! ability, to help him In every y w
can. to follow him if he falU 'off the
wagon," and bring liiro ba- for another
chance. ... ,
No mcdUlno is given the patient, and
tfhl3 treatment at the club is i ileulm-d to
rhow whetlier or not he lua that 'Hiahtv
In a man known as "sand " If he has
riot, the club cannot help him. H he ha
verytWntr possible Is done to make of
him a good citizen.
Ho Is told plainly that the club cannot
help lilm unless he has soma will-power
of his own and is determined to us It
Then. It he has been drinking mown, h"
"goes to the mat and sbos the nakfc "
"While in that condition he is elojeij
watched. If he should prove to b in any
danger he Is removed to a, hopltn'. The
men who wuUh him know the svmptowi
and the disease Most of them have had
It. They know its terrors, and they Kpi'W
what Is best for the patient
The Friday uvenlng following the ad
mission of a patient he U proposed fur
jnembershiP at the regular meeting of
tlio club bv his apoiiaui, II u hums is
duly entered on the boohs and everything
epent on him lh cnarge'i "P agaii n-m.
When work la obtained fo- him, after lie
has recovered und Is able to woik. he
puys back thU sum. There Is no eiTort
made to collect it. hontver, should the
beneilclary provo ungruteful my
walk out scot free, and not a. hand will
m raised to halt hlni or demand payment.
The into of payment is like the dues
anything the man can afford
The olficers and memMrb of te club,
however, are rather proud of the fact
that they are seldom "double-croiSfed."
They fight ehy of the professional bum.
and It Is the claim of the ultleers that
this type aolds the Institution. Oe.
castonally theie la an exception, but not
On the membership roll of the St. Paul's
club today are men earning1 aa his?h as
512,0CO a year. There are others earning
ii or $9 a week. The cluo I a pure
democracy and i; self.gov ernlng Th?
nuui who earns $9 a week .ir who i still
j la the convalescent atage fiom a long
pree and earns nothing mingles c . equal
teruia with the JU.WJ man with the gold
The go'a b Jtton Is ymbW! ut Ave
fa- s o-lef" It Is th h!s:Het bonnr
tna O'ib " tT rff-r p.l tue m" who
t.er .t T zi P Is y The bvtt-"t
yan.ui t..i ta at t u sioiim. ine man
Oppoitunlty to vote In tho most Import
ant election ever hold In IVnnsjhanl i 1
hinges on registration. Today and Oct"- I
Wr I) are the only opportunities for el
tors to qualify to vote in this elect'"n
on November 0. The failure to register ,
moans the loss of franchise rlchts on that i
All parties are awake to the Importance '
of n iarjfc- ieBltratIon for this Novembei '
loctmii. Among tho reform leaders the '
"loean today is "For the defeat of Pen-lo-i
a largo lesistratlon." In conse-
ciuonce of this, every effort has been
li'arie by the ward workers to Impress on
ach elector the fact that his vote 1"
vital to the political welfare of Penn
sylvania. "Failure to tcg-ister means throning
away the greatest opportunity in years
to defeat Penrose." declared Albert n.
Turner, a banker and n member i; the
Committee of ( me Hundred, this morning.
Frnncis A. Lwl, Sr., who Is also prom
inent In reform politics In this cit, snid:
"We mun have a largo registration, since
a Uige iec.ltiatlon moans a danger dg
n.' for the Oicnnizailon, which in this
election is equivalent to Penroseism."
Iilvislon rtlstrurs will sit in every
polling place In the city today from 7 n.
m. to 10 a. m , and from 1 p. m. to 10
p. m. livery citizen to legibter must dis
play a receipt for poll or property tax paid
since November 3, 1012. Those receipts may
be bought at the polling places from tho
registrar, who ban been appointed n deputy
Naturalization papers or a certified copy
of them will bo necessary for the regls"
tratlon of anv naturalized icltlz.-'n who Is
voting In .i division for the flist time. Any
prnn "lui'iiing citizenship by reason of
his lathe- naturalization mu-t produce
his 'athor'- p.ipers or a certified ropy of
them, nr i-ls make affidavit that hf'vrnt
uimW 21 when his father bic.im'' a citizen
and that h l now unable to produce his
At prnv u'Ul '.TOOfO citizens In thit. city
are quuliflod to vote at tho November
lection provided they regli,ter. Of tlu-se ;
mwiiIv Su.ft"' rogistored on the first day,
September 3, lenvlng nbout iT.OO nual'i- !
fl-d to register tod4J" and on October 3
Figures from previous , lections show the I
flist day's teglstratlon is always the
iN'htont, and for this reason a vegitra-
th in in e?ieess of It),CiO h expected todav.
'I he heaviest registration ver n corded '
In this city was &.,:,';, In i.dl. when
lllaiikonburg wan ecteil Mat or. " i
The impoitonce uf this ele"tir,n, j.otu i
fiom tl'e poift ot offices to bo till, d ,md
th issue, to be determined, have IttJ toe '
parti lendei". to express the hope that th.
total registration trit joar will excee I
that in 1S11. I
Ai thttre will 'if no ptlmary election
before September of next year, party en.
rolment w not c ?entlal this time. It is
likely, howewr, that the arlous partv
luadeis will urce thlr men to enrol as
well as icsiter in order to uphold the
numerical prestist. of the party.
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THURSDAY TO TALK
IN MIDDLE WEST
Colonel Will Return Octo
ber 1 and Will Begin New
York Campaign One
Ni:V YUHK, Sept. 15. f'olonel Th. o
dnre Hoosevelt will leave UvsUr 13.iy
net Thursday for a two weeks' speaUIng
trip In the Middle West. He will a
tend his tout four duj.s longer than
originally Intended. He will return mi
Octobtr 1, and after n week's rest will
begin hlfe political campaign in New York
Thr Colonel Is due in Kansas on .-v-it- j
urday. und that night will .-peak in
Wlciilta. Tim following Muiiday he will
speck In Kam-as City, and on Tucwduv
he will address a iwetlng In Lincoln
Neb. His other i-ncu-tf ments are as f.il
lows: udneada. ri ptember i Vc
Mollies: Thuisduv, Slth, Chicago in th.
morning and Kast Hi. l.ouis in the eei
ing, Friday, I5th. indianapulis. I
He wilt be in Ohio nn September iS anil
Si, ami in liny City, Mich , on Si p-
BY 2698 AFTER
Curtis Defeats Governor
Haines and His Party
Wins Legislature Three
of the Four Congressmen
PORTLAND, Maine, Sept. 15,-In one
of tho closest elections the State has ever
known, the Democrats yesterday elected
Oakley C. Curtis Governor. The several
thousands of voters who supported
Hoosevclt In tho 1012 election flocked to
tho polls yesterday to back tho llcpub
llcan ticket, but thclf number was not
snough to down tho Democrats.
Owing to tho exceeding closeness of
tho voto no one could be at all confi
dent of tho result until the last ballot
had been counted. Tho returns from nil
the cities, towns und plantations gave
Curtis, Democrat, 53.ST7; William T.
Haines, Republican, K.17D, and Gardner,
Progressive, 17,117; Curtis' plurality, 2C0S.
Tho four Congressmen, Asher C. Hinds,
John A. Peters nnd Frank n. Guernsey,
Republicans, and Daniel J. McGltllcuddy,
Democrat, were rc-clcctcd, aceoullng to
the same teturns as those lccelved In the
governorship contest. Tho missing towns
are too small to chnngo the count, al
though tho plurality may bo l educed
The returns Indicate that the Demo
crats have made gains In tho Legislature.
The repiesentatho districts reporting
have elected W Democrats, 12 Republicans
nnd 2 Progressives, ju.st tho teversal of
the Democratic and Republican count of
two yoais ago, while the Progicsslves at
that time icpoitcd thtee. The Sonata ap
pears to bf about the t-nme as two yctua
ago. The House elected then was made
up of 72 Republicans, 52 Democrats and
The eaily returns favored Curtis, then
the tide turned toward Haines but after
midnight Portland and Ilangor were heard
fio'ii, mid the foimer failed by 1000 to
Ut p up the pace set by tho lest ot the
State, while Hangor fell off completely
un Halms,' votes.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE OPENS
DOORS FOR 91ST YEAR
CARRIAGE HITS MAIL CAR
7 Tr7P:j??VCc: J?rtPA V RrtOTOG?7fHy
WAR. HURT DAIRY BUSINESS
X-ws ot customers mrown out of work
and unaIe to pay their milk lu'ls be
rausf of the war in Europe, aero'dlng to
i'H creditor, has made nefessarj a !
'lw fr,' the Cinver Dairy Farms.
Limited Welnstraub & Co. is one of the
t rnw ,itliug for the receiver. It as
erts. in th- application, made In fr.urt
N. 1 that there ere pressing liabilities
of Jsflft) .it-aunt the Clover Company. Re.
finest ih made that the rcelvr take
ehartte f the affairs of the company an.
til lu debts ate wiped out.
tiro Km a blu button: a red button
how months' otriety; a white b ut
to.) nine month and a llvr button one
Th club puWUhe a monthly moeailne
e al d "Old St. Paul" News." Publh ution
of this ia gem ally su&jiended In the mm-m'-r
in.'iithn In ilw magasinw each month
i. run the fnlUiWing item under the head
iiu' of IiMii't t'o. Out Prosecute"
"Tt jou du not know how to proi'tute,
ctl! jp'in or write to the p."e-ldeM of Old
St, Pa.'i rjub, and be will cheerfuli
advUu ,Hi His name Is the Rev II.
'lesson SI' Henr hU uddres U 2J5t:outh
Third street He is 4lways ready to sery
When can im htrif for liquor fcellmg.
Statute permitB families of drinkers tu oU.
tain redrt-fn from saloon men."
According to 5Ir. Price, the Vice Prei.
dent. ili ilub succeeds in saving about
Su per ent. ot the men It takes In. 3Uk
ing alluwance for longeiiitu! runkarpi
and professional beggars vho Impoge on
tb organiicatton t times, he considers
this figure tslrty wttufactory.
As Instance of the cluh'q statement
that it Is nonsectarian. it i pointed out
that Dr iUlItmry the President, is an
Kplseopalian. Mr Price Is a Piesbyterlim
and Mr Dougherty U a Catholic. About
every other denomination Is represented
In the membership
The religious service on Sunday after
noons takes this into account. There la
singing of hymns and a "ltcturt" not a
sermon. ThU lecture t a talk couched
Is fhort words and simple phrasing It
la generally of the variety known as
straight from the shoulder" and It g-ta
Runaway Horse Drags Man Who At
tempted to Stop It.
r.:ia..i hoi.se, diaggn g a m.ui who
.ihih .ituinptcd to slop it. crashed into
a trul ty mail car at .-d sim t and Haiti
n.i re- attiiun this mniiiius and th' n
larteiKd .isainst n tilcgrapii rr!. s-iiash-mg
the light carriage to whiih it w.i
fatta lit.il to kindling. Th man, John
KHJ. an employe of Sloan's IHvr
stable, M J2d street nnd Uroomall nve
iiiie, escaped with a saih In tho head and
The hoise lb tho property of th.- Flu
Deiuittment. It was being cl,',tn'l in
Hunt of the Uvery btablo when it in. ami
frightened by a passing nutomi hi:.- tna
tiolli-d. Kelhy eouroueouslv imti hf.1 ut
th bridle. Ho nil lifted off hi fet nnd
Hllhoush In dunger of being pliiit-d l.v
th ih4ft of the carriage, h-l 1 n
A mail car wan passing ".M i-tre, t n
Baltimore nvnui- when tn rtmawaj
turned out of Hroom.ill avenue The
tiiotormnii eiweded up Id "r '" the
effort to avoid a collision, but the nor1-!
turned so sharply in pasklnsj the car in
the K-ar that the carriage struck the
trolley car. The Impact nearly threw
the horf, and in recovering the uniina'
Kinst-d a telegraph pol". and this biought
the runaway to a stup
K llev wai, taken Into a drug store
n. .mil f f r trrntnifiit and then Kent to th
Vf PhtUdlphlO Homeopltliic Hospital
In the patrol of the Kth ai.d Pine nr. ts
Station. IJ1S lUni!!Ml I" ii'it -:. .''.I
hoi'e wo-- tot injured
"L." SCHEDULE CHANGED
intervals Between Trahi& in Early
MRS EMMA BALL FITLER
-Mrs. Duima Ijiih Nlii i k, ot OvtibiniK
inar I'nmden, dim iii'ida Hum in
juries sustullifd b an automobili- on the
While Ilniso Pike on Sunda n'ght. .Mir"
t'tntdsbeck was on hrr way to church nt
the time and the autoit who struck her
never stopped to look into th accident
but hurried In the direction uf Atlantic
City. She was 10 years, old.
IN HARD STRUGGLE
Night ilders on the . I. '.atid-mi.w.n
"owl" trains are ameuvnii.,' taut t
hiti-rvnla in oueiatim of tin f.uns l
ttteeu 1 ud 5 u'eloeb In U- inorni!.- ,tv
eu txtMMl'd by the IMiilad. li-l.l i Kapnl
Transit Company to ftftin inhiut. - in
sl'ad of ten minulej-
Apntlicr eiidiige in th M-tuuu.. i- tin
lrrtKihenl'ig of the Interval ltwii tiain
betwt-en 1" and I p in l.r'm
that period of the tlay trains now run
evtry two and a half minutes insttud ot
every two minutes. .Vo ehung.- is likth
ta be made In tho present hchedule -f
trains during the pt-rioite of heaviest
tratile In the "rush hours."
Local Men Aid Btitisli Hospital
The Mcond list of eubserlpttons to be
raised Ameilcan women iu Unglnud
for funds to equip a sui.'ical hospital and
an ambulance ship has been parted
Robert i; Straw brldue uud Anthony J
Drii.el, of flilludelplUu, each ubcrllMi
J1W)U, tht tlrst dm the books w.-re ojened
THE REV. L. M. COLFELT, D. D.
He has resigned as pastor of West
Green Street Presbyterian Church,
REV. DR. COLFELT TO RETIRE
Although tie club dots not a4em , Leper Taken to Wilkes-Barre
lls.f nearly Zn men ittt-nd its Htriie. The lci.rr J.- t-n Notmau who was
etery bunuay Uffcs t'.an half tnis oum I eeot t-j ihe iluami"! II pi'at on batur
UT aie regular m"intrs At tho ilosu d vj bi inn heitth ,t
of eacti meetifg anrn-mcem"nt Is mad In an a it"rrrt,te t S t!" es tUrr't late eir y f'itu-e
tMt nnv "ne who wlhs to Join ran I en M"la ' Ca'nf rt tho r),-f t'olfclt oaroi to the city to !.
Jo Et iitUi the servips, and fah Sun- I Bureau j -"- iau vlll bo k-ft rcr pat"t of Onf"'d PresytT an
day tnero ar more reeruitij tq self-re- In his I j Ms wifa audi h m JWU ard has pen-d tti nt
Pastor of West Gieen Street Presby
terian Chutch Resigns.
One of tin. pity's oldest and best-knoAn
Presbyti rimi ministers, (lie Ilev. Hr. Iiw
ieiKe M I'olft-lt. padtuj uf V'i st llli-tu
ill nl l'n tip tcrian t'buiih N'lneie-iitli
aiul Uirtn Mitels, is to rt.Mii tli-. i.s
ibiiatwn and the matter of el' tins a
S'j'.ii-"r will l"i considered at a cm-
r nn s was lak-n i grisatlonal inn tins to Do caned In the
r.f rt tl"
tq self-re-1 in W ( . y p wire, audj
He Captures One and Beats
Two Others After They
Attack Him More Ar
rested On Suspicion.
n. ut highwaymen, who jumped out
i an alley und attacked Acting ger
L-unt U'illdridije of the Twentieth mid
1 '. di i al streets pollee station, near Twmi.
ii th and lllUwortli tretU, a l was
vulKmi; iiIuiik In plain clothlni; early to
ii louiid that they hud picked tho
rtion n.aii afttr a IlKht ot 15 minute, in
"linn alt three ueie badly beuiin and
' m wu.s captured.
' tei-iteunt, bruied from uad to
i' "i .mil at tbo point ut 'hautlou,
i jiit John McCartney, S3 year old,
t lii Muntnrj, street, to the station uftr
i.i- other us.sailaiua had ud. Uiler
iti nurd lleude, ss years old. of SU South
l.i-'lith Htteet uml .Stephen Conowuy, JJ
i -. "id. of S31 Se.r st.nl, weie ur
i- tul by Patiultntu Jlellluty uni
- hwuiuK on mispicion ut lith und Mur.
i MP Is.
Ii. .stigeapt, ou hid uay liuiitf, !tad
jn-i ..ii wj thu entrance of a dark ulle
iw.tn jith uml ilt stretts. ttiu-ii. with-
ut wutuiuK, the thr-e irp-u lojunct-d on
. t.iui He was knocked tu the (trounil
Him at-kniUntB (iUfL-ed htm Into tin
alliy and tried to rol him. he iltc-Uues.
WllliliUU'e miici.-Jid in pulliiiH oijt hU
Ijhi'kjack. He strusBltd to his feet,
strik'iiK out riKht and left The men
kltkfd iiunchod and trU-iJ tu ehuko him
but WillflildiCf kfpt lo his feet lind ill a
f.w minutes AlU'aunvy utu knuckeij
down by a blow from ta blackjack. The
AH of the men orrenteil are known to
the polhe. Thu-e or four bijfUvygy rob
berle have be-n pisrpi-trtjtwj In the lame
neighborhood downtown within tho last
School Repair Contiacts Let
Thn proj i i ivnm'tt. o th" bo-iij ut
edu-illo I'linrj tu i ird awird'l contra-1
iig'-'iCfTlr-s f'in)0. t'-ti aflU'inpn,
t" rr"l-ir - tint jrt'iil t'f ;-w 1 g-1-IfT
Tstur'-i "i rii' at'J e- r i
Ofd n kit'ij rth r imp nv tncnts in
FERTILE FIELD FOR
Interdiction of Austro-Ger-man
Wars and Stoppage of
European Trade Creates
Qrcat opportunities are avallabln u.
tho establishment of an enormously n.
creased export trnda with Canada 1 D
"mado In America" goods, according t M
ijuuiey uarticti, enier of the Poreln
Trade Bureau of tho Philadelphia Com. t
merciat .uuaeums. Thcso opportunity
mo a direct retmlt of tho European war
through the uctlon of Uio Canadian Mini
Ister of Customs In prohibiting tho lm.
porlatlon Into Canada of goods from dor.
many nnd Austria-Hungary. Tho Im.
portB from thcso two countries Into Can.
ada amounted In round numbers to $1,.
000,009 nnnunlly. It was also pointed oiil
that tho Imports from Prance, Belgium
and Ilussla, which for tho tlmo belnj
aro ns effectively cut orf as It they were
forbidden, nmounted approximately to
$20,000,000 a year. So this prohibited and
Interrupted Import trado ot Canada totali
"It is reasonable," Chief Bnrtlctt sayi,
"to assumo that Canada will bo In th
market for substitutes for tho gooli
which mnlco up U1I3 total. That they
will have to be Imported Is a reasonable
assumption. It Is hardly likely that th
Canadian manufacturers at this time an
In a position to make up the deficit,
though they may selzo tho moment to
develop along tho necessary manufacture
ing lines. Thl3 leaves two alternative!:
lmpoitntlon from Groat Britain or fron
tho United States. It Is hardly reason
able to expect that British manufac
turers will be able to taho advantage of
tho present opportunity. On the other
hand, It would not bo surprising If In.
ports from tho mother country, which
amounted to $1G9,04(!,3W last year, should 9
Via inmnftrnrllu niirtn tlp,1." t
Tho present opportunity for American H
miiuuiaciiirers in i-uno-un i piinwiyuuy
In the lines heio enumerated And to
make the Information of pructlcal valug
the Importation on the lines glien from
each of the belligerent countries are alto
given for the fiscal year ending March
HisUetB-nelKliim, 51.1,321: Franco, $G37J;
llronms I'ranco, $Lin,.".ll: Germany, ?,C23.
I'loi ks Hermans-, $tlli..r..'M.
Cutlery Herman , JtOO.OU". . ,
Glass inlilPiiuro and cut ulnss-Austrla-uun.
gary, fSl.UtS: Uerman, JlH.Tr.rt.
lloslerj, cotton Orrmany, Jltl.R'iS. ......
Lamp clilmney -Austria-Hungary, Us.lSt:
Get many, $l.T,ii1T.
riuK.ir Uerinatiy, Wtfl.SilS.
T.ililenaru ami china Auatrla-lIungiiT,
JT.l.TJ-!, Germans, SlOO.tiii)
Tlira. lucomotlie ami car whcvls -German;,
Wiiolrn iinlcnve.ir flerman $2ill,4"l
Woolen knit roikIs Uvnnunt, SP 1 13'J.
i:pi;arilliiK the f'anndlau t.inif, llrltlsi
goods entei (.'iinadn undi-i th. "preferen
tial tuiifr," mest of the Krm. n goodi
under tho "li.fnnedinti- t.uia - and all
Ameilcan goods under tin 'gnu ml tar
Ill." Th. pn fell nee bihi brltlsa
goods is ni'iallj nom 'M tu I" r cent
of tne dutli.4 on Aui'Mican R ''s
a ----- ii. II ll fill i i .to-s-.aemjg
JOY RIDERS WRECK AUTO
Undertaker's Car Demolished and
Three Young Men Arrested.
Tiueo Joy riders, who used an under
tilKei'j automobile, received ii seven
lectute today at a hearing bi fore JlflgH
tratc fln-lic In the Kails or liuylklll
jMiIlce lUatlon. After haUng n iod tiro
with the car, they cinslud into a telf
giaph pole and left the iniuhine in coa
dltlon for tho Junk shop.
Tile prisoners Hobort W us it. f
Itidge iuenuo; Charles lt.utnt of ISH
llldge avenue, and John tVivamuisu.
'Qi llliln Mt'ftiiiin trrt ;iripRt,ll llV hPfi-
clal l'ollcemon Piendergaat and Whit
wot th. They weie accused of forcibly
entering the garage of Vincent M'llvalne.
an undertaker of 3US Icidgo avenue, anl
stealing his machine. The car was !K
nt Harvey fctreet and Pulnskl avenue-
Cuvanaugli. who said that Ilnff rty
gestfd the lide, was discharged. WrlgM
and Itaffrty wero held In Jj bail for
WORKERS APPLAUD GOMPER3
Mechanical Arts School Has Lnrgest
Eniollment in Its History.
'1 In- ri.inUlIn Instil ut Hihoul of
M i-h.'inieat AitH IrvsL nU'.n Ii. nii Its. ilst
iai. with the laigext iuoHiik nt in the
lu-toiy of t'li- Institution. Th.. i-lasses
in in.itliematlc.-i, iiiechnnlcs, mual ar 'iii-u-iture
nnd diawlng showed gains in
i ongressman Oeorgo AV. Kdmonds, of
tin- l'uurtli Pennsylvania DIstrKt, has of
fi led live scholarships, Tliej lover n.
P"-iloil of. two ye.iiH, and aie nffereil In
tin- depuitmenls of dinwlug, mathematics,
mtUinnlcs and naval nrchlti-i nnv Samuel
J! Vauelnin, vice piesidmt of ibo IPtld
iti l.ocomotlvii Works, Imh uffi-ied a
piizi- for the pupil who shows most merit
in the department of niechauli s v, jj,
Kildwlu. prtsld.'iit of the Otii lllevator
'iiiiiliauy, und J. U. McCall, pi.sldent of
tht. Philadelphia Klectilc Coiupunv, h.-uo
offuni piizfb for studonts hhinving tho
moot aptitude in drawing and mathe
nitttlci. The Ihiue It. Thorn and Ii, II.
K.utol seho! uahips for merltuilims stu-ilt-ntK
wishing to continue their favoilto
studi-d is still In elTect.
The Alumni Association continues to
offfr pilzes tr the most piotkient htu
deuts in the ailoua classes The winter
teim of tin- a.huul win ,..uJP jjert.mber 17.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR TWENTY
Boys nnd Girls Will Hnve Free
Tuition at TumBenieinde.
The names of ten bojs mil fn girls
from I hi- i-l. mental y oihoois Ui bo
select. d from a l,st furnished bj pri,",,aU
Soptemhu- ; fur scholarship. tu H, Klvoll
by the Philadelphia Tui ngf m, i,i0
honor uf r.,tai lrf,m huj.i,, .,,,, Tl(J
seholaifchlj", will piovldo fri-.- tultUm for
one year In B runasths, wl,..mi ig q ,
man. ilrawiu iij,B alll, handwork
in ehissis ioihIiuihU by the Turim mlhutn
Bo that U.B (ltk wiU not U?J ?&
hi-ivuA t'uinmittie. th.irm,.n ", ' ,!,J
HcMaivhlp '-oiimii tee u, j ',?,.. J. ' V'
t'tidint or Bi-hools. ' Superln-
City, as Trustee, dIs qf L(Jts j
Third nnd Porter Streets,
Two udJuuuuu iHowHus ouupji,,,, tit.
and Porte, stuets r.-.p.-ctivUy. base beT,
sold by Ih- city 0t Philadelphia, uiwia
of lui fapla-n Qlrari, tHate
SW BiU " Biouml 8Ull
tine pro..,ty coutpri,- a front of
ft it on Itltiier atrtet, Bth n lit. th .t H!.
lt. and th, other 4' front of "f,
Purtei- striet und SSi ft fhU wH
a dtp h of Z t.,t atoll "' t
ll'ith lots are aswwiej ut toJilTf jm
md the piiiibts.. JwB4i.ai,n U "
meet lot to J. It VVuhX'utb 7r ' X
nortga-eon th.- Itittur ZZt M. U
Auto Driver Held iu Bail
1 'hiilt- 1 11 1 , .. 1. , . . , . .
,..u,h.,lh,; If -: , v: ;;
'-irate Mw -it i, r vrwH , pw ,'
f..r n fun-., .,nrs lo ,,,' JJ m
.'.wnrii.li-.,..,-. ,.. rtd"nllr,
itnlahrf "H"iJt ...fiM i, -i. Ik -;.vh ,rt.M
" , j . j.ttf r z rv :-. ji
vU .riii .jcum fc . ,
lato 11 11 .-.. jh
Gnrment Makers Receive His Coa
grrttttlntion nnd Praise Porter.
Congratulations were extended by Sim
pel (Jumpers, president of th Mncn
I'Vilorntlun of Iibor. nt tho A' ailemj-
Mush: last night, to the garment "t"5
who rui-mtly settled their grn.Jiies '"
the loial munufactiueis An aii "f P1
piL-ailed. and tho onthusiasiu wut
iipplaud.il nil suggestions for .piare de-'
Mr Uompeis said that mic e m
nn In, lil. 1.1 It. .1... ,.,-,.r,r. ...j .if 1 hat
being done to ameliorate iniiditn el
Dli.'Clor Poiti-r, who u. ted a- -"ml',
tor in tne conliovtuj. was '''"'"y.j
u hpn itit..,i)fi....i .. -i tii-. m.ifi w ln ..
a lurp.- bharo lit iottilng tin n'k'
BUYS OLD SHOE FACTORY
Shirtwaist Manufacturer Will MaM
Alterntions in Ptopeity.
..... . ..n'l-
"Vbui'iaiu Htelntelil, a btiiiiw.u-. ---
r..... , .. .1.. nw-toioij
'ui.uit;!, ii.irt pmcnaoeu m. ..
building h.cuteil nt tin- -uuiln '-l,"ur".
-f Thirtt inth nnd t'heii stn l , ,
make rkuwu' 'ilti-iat'oi' "' '' ''"",,.
ujoti iievotm: it to iinimij' in""-', j
wises. The bulldlu-' hn a liont ' w " h
a InclKs on Thlrtienlli if J"'1 " '"".,.
if lu fi-t .,n flicriv siiti ,,tU
it for thu preunt vr.u at ' '".
Tlw ptirchnse p'lco has mil b. 11 ,uuflt
The bulldlm." was encttd n tiw
"tin Jiui-tlell who u-e.i 11 n ". " ,.
.r ....u ..u .. .,.,.. ....... in .
-. .. a (. Pitt,,- !.,..-.. - ,hl!r
"'d bv (lie Slundi-ll .-slat.' " ' '" sl0
'lillaplu'r tvltuve itite i' ''I " Iju
-nlha u- to H ii'amiii 'v 'Jt' t
is in Jum dl8ix"ed of tin- p 'i"u
BSTNKS MEN TO MEET
The bu'iif!M man's v ew vf Tl! .,
flit of the ir on llui .-- ' tirf
forth Sipttmber 21 at a meii'i'S '
HluladilpbU Ijimsioii, baWs y" wrt
Abo. Utli.n, at Kusler-s The '"..
wl I incpnlo John J, Oibsir ""ji
Motorear Company Irai'k f r i
mrawbrlK- , 4c I l--h'--, I '""! l
.- - . vv ii t M "' ' ' ' .