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EVENING LEDOEB PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 19:U
ARE COME, SADDEST
FOR CITY BEGGARS
Hard Times for Mendicant
'rmy, Due to the Police.
Jimmy Conners in Correc
tion, "Slats" Despondent,
"Shoestring Mary" Gone.
Hard times linvo befallen tho beggar
and the profession Is not what It used
10 be. Men who onco "nmdo" 13 to J3
o day have been either driven from the
streets or aro serving sentences In tho
House of Correction,
Even Jimmy Connors, who was the llfo
of a saloon near Eighth and Callowhlll
itreets. Is In tho House or Correction,
and what grlovcs James most Is that
he cannot Kot out, although ho hired two
lawjcra to nccompllsh tho object.
James got out of tho "Correction"
fvlre, Just for brief breathing spells,
while HI" attorneys argued writs In tho
courts, but each llmo James was re
turned. Ho Is mourned by his valet and
Mi companions. Ycb James, tho beggar,
has a valet.
In some manner Connors lost both his
nrms. It happened when he was a child
ond he does not know exactly how tho
accident occurred, but It was a lucky
ncdtlent. ho thinks, for since then James
has not worked. He had a valot and tho
funds to keep moro or less In state of
Connors Is only ono of nearly 300 beg
gars who In the last few months liavo
been driven from the streets or sent to
llio Houso of Correction. Ho It was who
openly boasted that ho never had been
locked up for moro than an hour or so.
Ho always had an attorney whom ho
paid to keep him out of Jail. The attor
ney, generally ono who could draw a
pathetic picture of Connors' affliction,
to pathetic Indeed that Connors himself
believed him when ho was arraigned in
court, but Connors afterward boasted to
William von Bevern, an agent for tho
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Char
ities, that ho would not change positions
with a man who was whole.
WHEKE CONNORS RULED HIS KIND.
Near Eighth nnd Callow hill streets is
a barroom. It Is dirty and dingy, but It
harbors the men who never work. Hero
they assemble to drink "scats," a five
cent whisky, when times aro bad; to
drink a better grade of whisky when
fortune Is moro kind. Times aro now
bad-never were worse.
It Is hero that James Connors met his
cronies. It was hero ho carried tho tin
box which hung about his neck during
"working" hours Into which money flowed
from charitably Inclined persons. James
nould empty tho box on tho bnr, and he
and his companions would drink until
Ions after daybieak. They would not stop
until the money from kind heart3 had
gone In a debauch.
Then James would mark an unsteady
course toward his room on Callowhlll
ttreet. accompanied by his man. The
mar. would undress Connors nnd seo him
tafcly In bed. If Connors happened to
be In that frame of mind that lie did not
remember or c.iro how much money he
had, the man would return to tho saloon.
If Connors wns peovlh and could re
member to a nickel how much hu had in
the box fastened about his neck, the man
would not return. Ho would dance at
tendance upon James, and James wns no
Jacob Silunldt is known to tho police as
"Slats," Ho expressed his opinion of
organized charity. Its agents and tho po
JIMMY'S FRIEND "SEATS."
"Slats" is a personal friend, even when
he Is sober, of Jimmy Connors. Whon he
Is drunk ho is even moro than a friend of
"You can say wlint you please, but cops
ain't no good, society agents nro worso,
and l'lullv Is going to tho dogs," is quot
ing ' ,siat" in an expurgated manner.
"Slats" gnzdl mouiirfully Into the
emptj wlu-,ky glass beforo him. He then
looked hopefully toward his Intet viewer,
and at a nod from tho man ho was con
versing with -'Slats" rapped tho glass on
tliH bar to be infilled. Ho brightened per
tentibl) after two or threo drinks and in
an optiniNtln mood prophesied that
Jlmnn would scion he out of the "f'or
rer ttun and the police would soon forget
their nniinc,.,lty to tho men who do not
A fen weeks ago tho Society for Or
ganizing 'hatjtlcs received a telephone
message from, a young man. He said
that he would nice to make a call at tho
society's moms If he was sura that he
miM not ho arieslcd. Ho wns guaran
teed imirunltj if lie visited tho rooms. A
day later a well-dressed young man en
tered the oflhe and Introduced himself.
ll wip a fictitious niuno at first and
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SISTERS OF MERCY AND RED CROSS NURSES ARE DOING THEIR BEST TO RELIEVE THE SUFFERINGS OF THIS VALIANT BELGIAN
Belgian and German, men of every race and creed, who bear the wounds of their service on the field of battle, have reason to thank the capable hands that
have healed their wounds and given them a new lease on life.
Philadelphia, hoping to ply her trade
without molestation. Tho West Phila
delphia business men appointed ono of
their number to Investigate her case, as
she had won much sympathy as a widow
with a bnby to support. She waa fol
lowed to a room In Ninth Btieot. neur
Vine. Mnry was &oen to glvo the alms
she had collected to a man, who was six
feet tall nnd who at ono time was a
horseslioer. Ho Is her husband and has
not worked for ycats.
Mary gavo up her baby and she and her
Blind beggats aro still giving tho police
trouble. They refuse to go Into Institu
tions, for they say that they like family
llfo ond tholr homes will bo broken up
If they are driven from tho streets.
Moro than 30 blind mondlcants have
been forced to stop begging. David
Kline, who formerly played a small organ
at tho corner of Fifth and South streets,
Is trying to get out of tho ITouse of Cor
rection upon a writ of habeas corpus.
Judgo Carr has tho writ under consider
ation, but has handed down no decision.
In tho Houso of Correction is tho blind
nnd armless man who for years stood on
Market street In front of tho postolllce.
Ho had a little house on Spring street
near Eleventh. This was presided ovor
by a colored woman who posed as his
wlto. Tho rows between tho cripple and
his black hclpmato kopt Spring street In
good humor for ycais.
Tho colored woman once In a whlio
would catch her helpmato so stupelled
that he could not help himself. She would
search his pockets for money and rjulckly
transfer It to i Tenderloin b.-iloon.
She would drink as much as possible
nnd then leave as many dollars ns she had
left with tho bartender us a drawing ac
count. Whon her husband would nwake and
llnd that he had been robbed ho would
hunt up his black partner. If her brain
was not too bofuddlcd she would leavo
homo for sovetal days until many things
wcio forgotten. If sho did not leave her
husband would light with her savatto
style. He had no arms, but In prizo ring
parlance ho had a. punch In either foot.
The days of tho "pnitles" In Spring
street are gone. The nrmless and blind
man is In the Hou.sc of Correction for
tliroo months. His wife linn disappeared.
In tho picturesque langunge of tho Ten
ileiloln, tho woman "peddled" out tho
house when she learned that her hus
band would be fcntely away for many
long days. She spent tho money sho
lecetved for the fiitnitino on whisky, and
when tho money was gone, she nlso dis
appeared. There aro but fow of tho beggars on
tho stieet today. Tho notion of tho po
llcu mid chniltablo organization has made
tho lire a miserable ono. A "panhand
ler" 13 soon occasionally at night on
Arch street. Ho does not linger long.
When ho bus obtained tho price for a
big beef stew and n what he styles a
"Hop" on Eighth or Ninth street, lie
loaves the district. It Is still too early
in tho fall for tho Houso of Correction
to hold out any inducements to the panhandler.
UNDERGO MENTAL TESTS
Additional Point In Exnminatlon at
Prizes for "Infant efllclency" were
awarded today during a baby show at
tho Woman's Hospital. 2139 College ave
nue. It wns tho first competition In which
mental ability has been mndo part of
tho tests for prize-winning babies.
Children six months old should bo ablo
to follow bright objects with their eyes
and show Interest In silver dollars held
beforo them, nccordlng to physicians at
tho hospital. Only those who passed this
test figured as prize-winners today.
Standards for Infant efllclency for older
children flguicd in nil competitions. John
Mullln, 14 months old, son of Mrs. Lillian
Mullln, was a first prize winner in his
e'ass. He wns able to say "Dada" nnd
"Mama," and showed considerable In
terest In tojs put beforo him. Ho nlso
recognized Ills mother among several
women, thereby fulfilling tho final condi
tion set for children older than one
(tables two years old were expected to
imitate gcstuics nnd distinguish objects.
At two and a half youngsters were ex
pected to bo ablo to manage some sort
of talk and recognize all the members
of their families.
Th-c next standard was that sot for
five-year-olds, who were required to tell
nursery stories or be ablo to manufac
ture a talo of somo sent. Tho entrants
were gathered from a list from tho ma
ternity ward of the hospital.
GRIPPED BY SHOALS
MAY REACH SAFETY
Prospects Brighten of Res
cuing the Atlantic City
From Threatened Destruction.
SHINN TO SUCCEED COLE
Governor Fielder Names Atlantlo
City Democrat to Judgeship.
TRENTON, N. J., Sept. 15. Governor
Fielder today appointed Clifton C. Shinn,
of Atlantic City, u Democrat and presi
dent of tho Atlantic County Tax Hoard,
as Judge of tho Court of Common Pleas,
of Atlantic County,
Mr. Shinn will succeed Judgo Clarenco
U Cole, who will resign his oflleo Octo
ber 1. Tho appointment of Mr. Shinn is
an ud Interim one, and will bo sent to
tho Sennto for confirmation for a full
term when that body reconvenes In Jnn
CHILDBEN TO DESCRIBE EVILS
, .. "-oKtH UU IU Mill IUl
P cm IiH(.rn in Ignorance long.
' am iioin Pittsburgh. My people lo
iu w' '"-'-" '' Philadelphia for
wm.'"th ' v;a,lt t0 know Jut "Qw
thi , ,',s '""""'"ness of tho socloty and
I"'"" IJ 'ng to continue I had
bm i J .'" ",ako Philadelphia my home,
ul lHnt " ",l3 thl"K -etps up.
nuik? ,:'; Murs Sllla ttiut " nver
.,, '' a boy he had learned
a.d l'h. " 'mi1 tlu dictation
lir,"i" alrly f,uit iU shorthand. Von
fwi J "5U"e'1 tu Myew. and then of.
tip b'ggiK """ B l'mon ,f h0 would
Then u... .... ..... .
habit- ,i .. ?"' ",al "? nau few
h Us! . "B " a '"'1""P- Ho drank
lu 2,o;.. le d'd"t want work; h
fiJ Ptani' " Pllc0 ",,p'onco with
could lWV,'nfrmed tllat BUcl "trance
Von BUevernSl,Ve" t.lWm- al tl,a"kei1
fcrsa xxjr-u ,s ,jc,i8vca
W fne!:"C9.btPn Mt the
the opponents "3 P-art f U,e rt,'
cene ?.,? f wnrk 8l"ftet, "clr
Wd Qermn? aVOr l West Philadelphia
ed tu Ike i.?H' a'tno,u" contln-
that tha wJ?eyr..b.?tfamo so "' ou
"Witt', '"adelphla Husiuess
the police p3Jolt up Ul mat0,r ""It
beggars wLnrrCStS ere ma,le' but
tt leacu-f n t"'e" by meraberb of
y heeded tu'" Uurne'1 to leave- a"u
Tht p warnlnw.
lulne m.n' avwom'i' Interekted tha
8 with n", ,Sho U tho woman who
Mm? w. -by.. on "er arm a"a for
ctntrai nari a,we-"nown rtgur. In th
4'Sh.iS,r V".9 ca'- Sll kwn
Bh string Mary "
h 5ldan,niW2rnea by ,h soclety that If
" woum ' l" c,"m otc the streit
i wem-i oe arrf.t.,1 o ...,. -.
CIVIL WAR BICENTENNIAL
Committee Also Discusses Plans to
Observe Officlnl Canal Opening.
The nieentennlal Hxecutlvo Committee
met tills nfttrnoon In tho William rutin
House. Kulrmount I'.nk to complete plans
fur the euli bration of the fiftieth nnnl
vti'baiy of tho ending of tho Civil War.
I'rep.untlons to observo tho ofltclal open
ing of tho Panama Cunal also were made.
A flag will lo presented to Colonel
The members of the Executive Commit
tee nro Qeuerul It tlu llenaon. Oenornl
Thcodoro K. Wicdeialieim, Francis If
Heaves, Culuiul M. Itlchnrds MuoKle,
AlcNander 1. Colesberry. Cyrus Hfrgner,
James l'olIocK. Thomas M. Thompson,
Lewis .1. l.evleit llcnjamlti I". ubdii?tr
Supiemo Court .lustlco Poll and Charles
W. AltMindcr, soeretary.
' on ,
oe arrested So,
W n'.'? arm. n--J her basket o
otuer, she went
WANTS 50,000 FOR GIRL'S POOT
Amputation Follows Loss Under
TRUNiuN, Bept. I5.-ThQ right foot of
a, 6-year-old Kill Is lalued ut J50AO In
a suit filed In tho Supreme Court by
IMtllip J. O'Keute, of Camden. IIo hus
tturic-.l this action against the Public
Service Itallw.iy Company for Injuries
suffeicd by Ids daughter, Catharine.
U Is alleged that Jho girl ivaa run ovor
by a trolley ear on August gci last, ami
tliut her foot was bo badly crushed that
it had to bo ampututed. The company 1$
charged with negllgouce.
Will Compete in Essay Contest for
Home nnd School League Cup.
Tho evils of cigarette smoking, tho dan
ger of running tho streots and other temp
tations to which children may lie sub
jected will bo described by the public
school children of this city In a hnfety
essay rontest, which began todny. under
tho direction of Dr. John I. Oiirbor, As
sociate Superintendent of Public Schools.
About IS0.CO) chlldien will participate In
the rontest. tho object of which Is to en
cnurnpe them to avoid dangers of nil
A cup will bo piesentod to the winner
at Convention Hnll, Hroad strict and
Allegheny avenue, on rieptomber 20 at
tho conclusion of a big safety carnival.
ATLANTIC CITY, Sept. 15. Prospects
for saving the $100,000 steamship Atlantic
City from the treacherous grip of tho
Inlet shoals which wrecked two sister
vessels of tho Atlantic City Navigation
Company nnd sent tho line Into bank
ruptcy weio brightened today, when It
was found that during tho night the liner,
under Its own power, had materially Im
proved Its position. Only a short spac
of sandy ledgo now separates tho Atlan
tic City from deep water and lino offi
cials aro confident tho craft will float on
the next high water, probably about S
o'clock, this afternoon.
Edward L. Foster, treasurer of the
Union Trust Company, Washington, Pa.,
one of tho passengers taken from the
Atlantic City yestorday, made positive de
nial of sensational reports that passen
gers wore lashed to the rails and to the
mast when tho Atlantic City first struck
In a violent northeaster on Sunday, or
that Captain Townsend, tho veteran
skipper, refused at any time to set thu
passengers ashore after the stranding.
"He simply convinced us that It would
bo a foolish thing to uttompt to go ashora
In tho midst of tho galo on Sunday whon
tho ship was perfectly safe," tho Penn
Captain Townsend remained on his
bridge continuously until noon yester
day when weakened by hunger nnd exhaustion.
FRANKFORD AND TAC0NY
ASK SEWER IMPROVEPENTS
Doctor Dixon Tells Delegation He
Has Advocated Changes.
Representatives of tho residents and
business organizations of Franl.ford nnd
Tacony visited Dr. Samuel Dixon, Stalo
commissioner of health and chailtio3, at
his office in tho Academy of Natural
Sciences, today, and requested him to In
tercedo In dealing tho Frankford nnd
Tacony Crooks, now used as sewers, of
tho mass of dlseaFo breeding material ac
cumulated In and along theso creeks.
They asked that a modern sewerage sys
tem bo constructed In tho district. Doc
tor Dixon replied that his depaitmont has,
on previous occasions, called tho atten
tion of the city authorities to tho lack
of sewage facilities not only In Frank
ford, but in other sections as well.
"The residents of Frankford and their
representatives evidently nre surprised to
discover." said Doctor Dixon, "thnt this
department ha tried at various times to
securs the co-operation of tho city of
Philadelphia In remoJellng and tho re
building of sewors In various parts of the
city. Chief Webster, a very honest and
onterprlslng rlty olllclal, is doing his bint
along this line but tho city Ims fallc d to
make the necessary appropriation for t!ic
purpose. Of course, it Is possibles to ex
plain why municipal galleries should not
be mndo to wait until sewers are reached,
ibut Mill we hope that when Wo call tho
attention of the cltv authorities to tho
sowprago needs of Philadelphia thev will
co-operate with us in tho matter."
Mrs. Ahna M. Dutcher, In Arlington,
Mrs. Bee was tho widow of Isaac Bee.
Bho was born October 8, 1SH. Sho In
survived by n daughter, three grand
children nnd threo great-grandchildren.
MRS. EMMA DENELSDECK
Mrs. Emma Denrlsbcck, of Overhrook
nenr Cninden. died yesterday from In-
I juries sustained by being struck by nn
aittiimobllo on tho White Horso pike on
Sunday night. Mrs. Denelsbock was on
i lier way to church at the Urn'-, and tho
autolst who struck her nover stopped
to look Into the accident, but hurried In
the direction of Atlantlo City. Sho was
I iO years old.
captain Patrick tjrqtthart
Cnptnln Patrick Urciuhnrt, a retired sea
going ship master, who had numerous
i menus in I'liiiaaeipma, uicu at ins nomo
1 in Liverpool, England, several days ago.
i For more than 80 years he had com
l manded steamers plying between Liver
pool nnd Philadelphia, nnd had frequently
enloyed tho hospitality of his Philadelphia
fr ends whon tho Lord C'llve and dough
were In port. Captain UrqUhart retired
20 years ago. Ho wns SO years old.
ROBERT HENRY BONNER
Robert Henry .Bonner, a Pennsylvania
ntcrnn of tho Civil War, who had taken
trnrt In several of tho principal battles
I nnd had been promoted for his bravery,
I died at his homo, 2330 East Sergeant
I street. In his C9th year. For several
ears he had been a worker In tho Drexol
Piddle jjiuig cinss or at. l.uko-8 epis
copal Church. He was a member of
pnst No. 61. Q. A. II.
MRS. RACHEL W, ROOER3
Mrc. Itaehcl W. Rogers, widow of Wil
liam B. Rogers, who was a vlco presl
d"iit of the Philadelphia Havings Fund
Srrlety, and daughter of tho late William
nne Wlster, who wns president of
the National Hank of Oermnntown, died
vetterday at tho homo of her daughter.
Mrs Edgar Wright Balrd on Navahoa
avenue, Chestnut Hill.
MRS EMMA BALL FITLER
Mia Emma Hall FItlor, widow of Er.
r'bnrles Henry Fltler, died yesterday at
tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. S. I3oyd
Oirrlgnri, in Absecon, N. J. Mrs. Fitter
was a member of an old Philadelphia
Funeral of Mrs. L. P. Sawyers
Tho funeral of Mrs. Louise P. Sawyers,
wife of James Pawyors, a produce mer
chant, waa held from home, 2037 Dia
mond Ktreet, today. Mrs. Sawyers had
been affiliated with tho Episcopal Church
of tho Advocate, Eighteenth and Diamond
streets, for IS years. She was 62 years
DEATHS OF A DAY
AI.IIHN. On September
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE
FIXES SECURITY PRICES
PROMINENT FIREMAN DIES
Frank P. Stott, Assistant Chief at
Coatsville, Typhoid Victim,
COATESVILLE, Pa., Spt IS -Frank
I) Rtnlt. nauinriilit .'lilol nf hn t.. .1.1....
tun Hose Compan, and a ver prominent '
(Iranian, died from typhoid fever this i
He whs a son of the lata John A Stott,
who at rug uf.mi was prominently
f" a I n. .td with tho building of the new C;
" i ifl at Harrfsburg This is tha sec
t3t 1 ictim of typhoid in two weeks.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
IUmmi. w lipilfunl. Iftlf IMise'ey 8t. and
llerircll. Iln krlt. L1417 .S". SeNC-mti t.
Anilrum Tillman, liviu Randolph st , nnd Hos.i
Keller, 1h"-"J (lermnntown flve.
chcirl.'s n Urothc-hcn, 251", N ."Oth et., and
IMmi Eilelman. SS15 N'. ':0th ft.
John Uri'gan, flucks County, Tj., unit 'Mar
iner, t Mmra. HVo NoMa st
Harry 8. fonlo. MIS Hunter mc. an! Mar
inn E. rcmell. lrt'."J N. 63th t.
William I'rydRM. 112! S. !.Uh t.. nnd Mar-
!ha Tnylnr. 2Va Miinton ft.
lleiirc Kerr, Ml II AMepheny nve., and Mary
I I'.itVrson, 431 Musi lier st.
Jlonuril S. Tumiiii, 3WJ VHnKlrU St., and
I lliabeth Clarks.m, 4s2l Mulbrrry t
William J. W'lnterliottom, I'SH Penn at,, an4
Mur n. Ilenr. 4112 IVnn st.
Angela in itetra luso frow t , and Anna
Du a. 1020 f'ru.s.i hi
nai1 Kldianort, Sisu V lOili at., ami Uertha
ItMllml. 110') l.i My iup
DaM VV. Pchmll '.'HI'I N' flih . and Heslu
S WarrlnKton. 3S5S K Hniu 1 t.
Janus W". i.ormlo. t'.'IS Dalkii'th tt., anl
Hllzaholh n IlmiKh, 2'3 S. t-rier et.
John l.ykcns. Dlnl-lioro Pa., and Utura Mllll-
ken. Dlrilbbaro Pi
C'hailes Mwtcin 2(li:i N Matcher t., ond Xfar.
Karet Mullln 'JWl N Domler it
Uarry J L'Bgly 431U V l'jr at., and Marl
M. Adams 3013 N. Percy ft.
Anthony A. Fellt lOlci Walnut t.. and Jennie
M Haggan, fiOtO W'ulnut st.
Matthew A. Maisee, .". !T Prirlsbton at, and
Nr.ru Isaacs. lrlili;clll lel
Harry n. Uarry, 1004 IJ Orleans st.. and
Clara V. Sieuard. 40S Falrmount ae.
Uvrnard J. Tra.i, IM1 UtinstmJ it., anJ
Mar H. Onrmlcy 112 North Wilton t
William 11 Jennrtt. HHO North pt-lton St., and
Mary C Cash. rt.IT liaerfnr, fte.
Omruo Jordan, 71 Church lane, ami Cora M
Stowurt ll')i North llih t
K Iwnr.l llurccr. Jr. 'tny2 V ,rth llandolph tt .
and Mary V I.i,a 4 4i i -n iset hi
rrelcrl U J ttu niir, Vralon. I'u . and Ellen
S. Thoii as. Veadon Pa
Jnhn W l'atiUIl,l I'.'ST I"irier St., and Helen
c Unlllng, 2:'2-l Omnttlih st.
Ipitvaid W" Mnrrl ' umdiii N J. and Flor
ence V Thrush l' I N rth 36th H
Jnhu V. IVadcr Prt, la , and Brolly Tay-
lur. Camden. N. J.
J"hn It Ch'ai, Comlv and Wlsslnomln sts .
and Florence A Kelly lin U. c'olumtila nvo.
Clarenca H. Illddl. W'llmlnitton. Utl , and
Initio Stcor. Ulkton Ml
lUiymnnd M Lvctiuii Kl-S N Sftth st . nnd
Ada U Tbninpscn. 2.V1T S' 27th tt.
J.pb I: Montnmer . '.'"-') K 11th tt. and
PUs ibttli B funiinr Vull S Iierten i
l'ranclj O Rrlen. 42 Main t . and Jane Hale,
Falls or SchuNlkll!
Hauuel i'bau 23 N 37th it , and Uars-uret
M Brady, 4031 run? ct
Chartea II Oerhapl. 180 l.vceum ave . und
Fnimt S. Mccliuuhau. l'!2 Dllmora tt
Ji.hu It Hue. Jrd 111'J Piue st.. aud Htlsa
II. Illcharvls. GeruuintuHn.
John V Koeiilif. N'l riou and I'owcUr Mill
lane and Janet ( Suiter 3.V)3 Lancaster ao
iJorn W Fo nil N. rth 32.1 st , and Koe
M Pevlne, R.I-) Hutt n st
Al red I n H rn cnwyd. la . and May-
U'lo F M y HcU U
Ix' la Orecn'-? 4-'0 Wider t., and Lime
M' ik"'.iUi, 41S cross tt.
Nitme Official Quotations nt Which
All Sales Must Be Made.
LONDON, Sept 15.-The Stock Ex
chanuo Committee today fixed prices tor
nearly 1000 British, India nnd Colonial
Kllt-cdgcd securities and other trustee Se
curities. Sales below tho established
prices aio forbidden. Transactions must
he for cash. Options nnd timo bargains
will not be allowed In the securities for
which tiuotatlons liav. beon fixed of
ficially. Dealers were ordered to clear sales
from brolters to buyers before selling
from their own books. The committee
tiroes members to make up stock
JONATHAN E. RH0ADS
FILM SHIPPING CONCESSION
Old Containers Mny Be Used Until
March 1, 1015.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 15 -Shippers of
moving picturo films today received a
concussion fioni the Inetstuto Commerce
Commission. It wns announced that In
asmuch na It appears that soma of tho
larger shippers of movlne picture films
have on Imnd a largo quantity of con
tainers tor turn shipments by express,
which conform to the commission's reg
ulations Kovernlns tho transportation of
such articles by epress, but which do
not conform to the regulations which
were to bocome effectlte October 1, the
commission has granted the- following ex
tension of time on paragraph 43 of the
regulations for the transportation of ex
plosives and other dangerous articles by
expiess, on October 1, VjH:
"Strong, spark-proof. vulcanUcd haul
fibre cases, made of fibre not less than 070
of an inch tu thickness, reinforced by
metal at the corners, purchased prior
to October 1, lid), may bo used until
March 1. 1915. for the shipment of mov
ing plctura films enclosed In interior
up.uk-piuot metal cases"
Member of tho Widely Known
Leather Belting Finn.
Jonathan C. Rhoads, ul ,1 11. Rhonds
& Sons, 12 South Third str.ft. who hnd
been In tho leather bolting br-lnes since
1ST7, li dead ut his home in Wilming
ton, Del Ho was S3 rars old Ponco
work had been Mr. Rhoads' prime Inter
est for many years until his health beean
to fall thrto months ao.
Mr. Rhonds was a member of nn old
Philadelphia family that hnd been as
sociated with tho leather business slnco
1702. He was a minister of tho Society
of Friends for many years and was a,
member of the Philadelphia Yearly Meet
ing Mr. Rhoads mis u member of tbf
Board of Trustees of tho Wptton
Hoarding School He was n&socinted with
sovernl charitable Institutions. He Is
survived by four sons. (1.-o!bo a. and
William K.. who will uewd him In the
business: Josoph. a'su cnuiiiu'ted with the
firm; Dr. l:dwuid i, ithuadf. of tier
mnntown, nnd n daughter, Mn. Klizii
beth Rhoads Tntnall, of Syracuse, N. V.
The funeral will be hi-id tomorrow morn
ing from tho Friends' Meeting Houso,
LOST LIFE SAVING CHILD
ANOTHER COBB SPEEDY
Harry, No Relative of "Ty," Sprints
Away From Sheriff,
WASIIINUTON. sept 15.-Pollce of
Washington and Sheriff C. M Walters,
of Raleigh, N. C , are searching toda for
Harry Oi.bb. light of foot but no relation,
so far ns known, of "Ty" Cobb, noted
for his base stealing In tha American
liasbaU League. The Sheriff brought
Cobb as his prisoner from Massachusetts
and left him for a moment in the waiting
room at tho Union Station When he re
turned Cobb had sprinted away Cobb
took with him one pair of handcuffs The
Sheuff was too dazed to teal the charge
Major Dies in Tronton Body Will
Bo Brought Here.
The body of Clement Major. 4T years
old, of 3127 Richmond stritt, P iltadelphlo,
who died In the Mr.r Hospital Tren
ton, yesterday, as ho result of Injuries
which he suffered In attempting to stop
a. runway and save a child's life, will
he brought to this city tomorrow It will
be received by his sister. Mr Amcli.i.
Webster, wtth whom hi- i.ud tun m.ikinir
his horns while In this, clt.
Major ftoppei the runaway and save.)
tho child's llfo near I'urllmjton, Bucks
County. The iiors. , attache, to a heavy
wagon. In which was a little girl took
fright, nnd as they came dashing town
the road Major, hj wa walking in
the opposite direct) u, ran forwaul an4
stopped them Mn.'or was upuek by tli
HRgon Shaft and li.'ured Iniernajly,
JAMES P. GALLSN
James P. U a lien, i'JJ'i Hrown trj, a
paper bag manufacturer, a former mem
ber of the school board nnd a atanci)
Democrat died from r utonitU sit tit
Joseph's Hospital U Iwd l.-en m for
s, week nnd lulled to survive an ouara.
Mr. Oallen was senior rartn of
James V Callen it &.n w,. i,,,,! h,.
I'resident of the St Vincent 4 Ptil go, !
ctely arul of the Jeiferc-u club nJ la ,
jieli) executive position in vri
building end loan associations. ne .
longed to the Knights of iv umbiis.
ills wife, two daughters. Mi Wi.ilam
Henry aud MUs Mar liuUm, and two
sons. WUllant J tiallen, for many years
a postolVce employe, and Jamea 1. qt,
ten, Jr.. associated (Q the tlrtu. survive
him He was S3 jcars old
MRS. RACHEL V. D. SEE
of Joshua I. Alden Funeral on Wl
wife of Jushua V A.'len. Funeral on Wod
npwJaj. at b .'10 a m , from Miln l'a"h.tll
Pve, Weit riillaiteUihia Solemn Ittqulem
Mdi3 nt nt i Itrn. nt J ' hurch, at 10 o'clock
Iri iment at H - ' rnis ' Vmterv
AI.KVATA PASQUAI.C ALEVATA. 1 year,
.1 I'lPrco it
AVI.MKIt. On September 12. 1014. MART
AvUinn. Duo notice of tho funeral will bo
Klen from hr lat residence, 41)15 Warrn
ft . West Philadelphia.
UA1KI). At tho residence of Eugene D.
Ilad. I'rtimlum loln'. New Itochelle, N.
Y.. on Sunday, S-tptemher IJ. 11)14. M.I.A
., wldovy of jams W Kalrd, ancl ilauKh
tcr of tho late Charles T. I'arry. Itclatle
and frlnd are Invited to attend the funeral
services, on ednea la afteinnon at IJ (0
odock, at tho ajjiirments of oli,r II.
lUlr. i2ll r-hi'fnut nt , Philadelphia Inter
ment at West I-aurel Hill Cemetery.
IIAI.IIVUN. At his residence. 211 North Ma
ple ae. Uiiiedowne, Pa, on September '3,
1IH4. Jfilix r. IIALDWIN. aged 72 years
funeral services nnd Interment prtaiu.
I rovldenco (Ft. I ) papers please copy.
It.WJ.K. On September 11, 1014, JOHN
IIA1LE HelatU'eB and friends are invited to
nttonl tha funeral services, on Wednesday,
September 10, at 2 o'clock precisely, at the
f cin-ial parlors of Harr C r. furson. 1213
"'iih llroad st. Interment private
11IK1I. On September IS, 1014, CATHARINE
i. . wife of h.iriea II. Bii 1 !: i,.t.ve ,i d
I r eids aro l.'nited to attei d funeral on
Uelnesdai, at 2 p n. , at her late reslden-",
1 Ml .North cttd st.. Overhrook Interment
male. Jit Peine cemetery. Itcmalnx may
be Mewd "Put -In' 'loin s to 10 p m
IJON.VEIi. On September 13, 1014, ROBERT
UlvNKY UO.SM it, .-r , Hrst lieutenant Cj
0 Oth Itewimeiit. i enna. Volunteers hus
lan I of Martha J. Honncr (nee Uoldsinlih).
1 uneral on Wednesday, at 2 p. m.. from i .n
Kust sergeant t Interment private, at Odd
fell .vs c phh tery
"JXi'S-0.1! . September 11. 1014. DANIEL
BOYD. Relatives an! friends are Invlicd to
attend the funeral grrvlccs, on TuoHcwy aft
erncun. at 2 ocio, at the ajartments of
C'llver II. Bnlr. 1S20 Phestnut mi. IntNan,
at .Mount Moriuh f'emetny.
Iif'l.j: --Oil .September 12. 1011. MICHAEL
IloI.E, aged n e.ir Funeral nn Tuesday,
ut s a. m . from 1.112 South Capitol st. Sol
emn Requiem Mass at the Church of St.
1 nomas Aqu.nas at 0 I" a n
Hl:.I)I.i:v. At Ocean Grnve V J. on Sen.
tember in. 1014, JOHN HARDY BRADLEY,
husbanl of Melllo K li-uho ni.i h ,i
on! son of Martha and late Jnhn II. Bradley.
aired ,,l Va.rit. TtelnrKAH nnl fHanl. t.mA
Orient Lodge. No Ssl, F. and A. M. . Mellta
.rd;!?r.' ,No 2S1? M'ry Commanderv. No.
,I. I'hiladtlphu Consistory anl I.u Lu Tern
5le'.Ar,A,.,M p : Keymnnn Anembly. No.
J. A O M P., nnd emploes .f the Hughrs
a ilrndl t'n , are Invited to nt'-nd funeral.
nn Monlay. nt 1 .'lo p. m. from late resi
dence, J71I1 Celir uve Services in Whnrtnn
Su.et Memorlil M. E. Church. T.lth and
( atharlne ts , t : 30 o'clock. Interment Mt.
I'.ltAN HON, ,n September 12. 1914 EMMA
J. BRAYBoW widow of Arthur Braybrn
Funeral services, on Tuesday, at 2 p. m , at
24f.il N Colorado st Interment rernwrod
n!;!,.",t!, gp;mhr 12. ion. frank
U BUCiciAN. hu.tmii ,f Kl.. 1 Hr k'at Pi
neral servbes. Tuesda. it 8 p. in at tJ,-'v
N Frrni st , c'amden. N J. Interment Bap
tist Cvint.tery. oedstuwn, N. J., on tVedae..
CAMI'lli:;.!.. On September 15. 1014. JOHN
11 c AMt'BKI.I., ,'.! .in je&rs f'.rlatn.
in. I rl.nl in. Iml'el t atlen 1 th tuiirral
ivl s on liivsilnv at 10 a m , at hi iu'e
If . r a41l - . , I-,,..,, . R. . .. ...
f-;pKI.I.-Jn September 2. 1014. MAR-
ItrUtlvea ,i. I i en.'s are Invited in a'te-J
lunirul wr ,s it S p m. on WediesJas.
at her lata i,Mi-i e 4V84 Merlon ave In.
termrnt Mt l r'lh ivmn.rv
(AIJK.T-On 8ptn,ber tl. 10H. MARY A. E.
' Al.lt. lt i .buries au i ui.era.
s. rvi.e. in reel iv hi 2 p ill. at the rest
dtne of her juh w, Mrs Rose A. rlijb-,
2d l Fernv . I tvtaware C". Pa Inter.
. !".'." U'i' 1'1"'- i.'iiieterv Vocarrag
C',fcft;,'7"." epi.'inher 14. 1014 MARY O.
widow of Ja'iii Carson In her T! y.ir,
Funeml .rv' .s n. iuislav, at Emlllo road
near nrl-t.-i m J ., j, m. interment
Hveihwu- I iVnivterj.
CIII MSh. ai M"firtt(.wn N. J. on Ninth
M.n; hi ..!, inn. itACHKI. A., wife of John
("nllin. III her 74ih .ar ReUiHus and
fib nd- ir Itivtt.d to attend the funeral, from
her law rell..n.e. :;3 East Central ave .
Ursionn. on Third day. Ninth Month lftth!
at 12 m Imerment at CnlMtown Cs lstsry.
Carrlaw wi'l n.t 11 0 trolley from Mar
ket st furi, Camden, at i'nter 0ve ,
t'UIII'Flt.- On h.itenler 13. 101 1 tMI.l.l AM
le!itm.a an c : ..! I
jfcfitct nn! Corn,", ' council.
aT.EASON. On September II, i14, LOUlB
W.. wife of Samuel D. Oleason, daughter of
Catharine S. nnd the UL Char if P. Klselj,
In her 33d year,. Funeral service Tuesday,
t 1 p. m., nt 029 Penn tt.. Camasn, ft, J,
Interment private, at Wst Lurel Hill Cem.
OOLASIC HELKKA OOLASIC, S8 yttrs,
220 Brown tti , .. .... ,-.
OOIIMLEV. On September IS, 191.. JOHN
J., ton of Johan and Winifred Oormley tree
Kelly). Funeral on Tuesday, at 180 p. m.,
from the residence of hit parenlt. 100 rlr
mount nvs. Intorment Holy Cront Cemetery.
OOHSI.EH.--On September 11, 1014, ANNA
B wife of John Y. Uossltr. Funtral terv
Ices Tuesday, tt 2 P. m at her late resi
dence. 2410 W. Allegheny . Interment
OH KEN ALBERT OREEN, 2 yttrt, BIT
HAt'T.H WILFRED HAOSER, 82 yttrt,
lift N. 10th tt ...,..
HAM.OU'ELL. On Sepltmher IJ. 1014.WII.
I.IAM. husband of the lat Catharine N.
Hftliowell, Rited 74 years. Due notlej of thj
funeral will he riven, from th resldenct of
hit dnujthter, 1848 Van Pelt tt.
Iinrilt'HN-At her residence. Atlantlo City.
N j , it 1 a. m. on September, 13. 1914.
r.Ll.ABETII UAimy, wife of V. Hortc
Hepburn. Tht relative and friends aro In
vltod to attend tho funeral torvlces, on wN
nesday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, at her city
home, 1728 Pine st , Philadelphia. Inter-
IinitTER. On September IB, 1014, MAODA
LBNA. wlf of Lout Herter (formerly EcK
nrd), aited 48 year. Due notice of th fu
neral will be Riven, from her late residence,
1027 Phtink tl
II INK I.E. On September 13, 1014, GEOROn
E., son of George C nnd Elisabeth Hlnkl
and itrandson of John anl Mnry Hlnkl nnd
Edward and Mary Lvnrh aired 3 week.
Funeral on Monday, at 2 p. m , from 2100
Dlck!non st Interment tt Holy Croe Ceme
tery. IIOM'F.M,. On September 13, 1014, JANS
R., widow of Jnreph II Howell, nrtlst. llel
etlves and frlond nre Invited to attend th
funeral, on Wedtiosday, at 2 p. m., from th
residence of her son-in-law, Henry o. Sey
bert, 1007 Chrltttan t Intorment at La
Ilt'TCIIINSON. On Feptember 12. 1014.
A0N'E3 C HFTCHINStJN, dauehtcr of the
late Wll'lam nnd Ellen Smith Funeral on
Wednesday, at 8 30 a. m.. from f.020 Chest
nut tt Mats of Solemn Requiem nt tho
Church of Our Lady of tho uosary at 10
a. m. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery.
JAC1URS. On Sunday nl(?ht, September 13,
11114, ELIZABETH HAIt I SilOIINE JAUUKB.
widow of David It. Jaquc by sudden Illness
at Locust Orove. neir Rahway, N. J. Du
hotlco of funeral later
JOIINfiON. On September 12. 1914. ANNA
REMS. wife of J Howell Johnion. Belattve
are Invited to attend funeral services, on
Wednday, at 2 p m precleely, at her lata
residence. 2141 Columbia ave.
KEI.T.EY. On September 13, 1914, MARY J,
PARKER, wife of William Kellej Rela
tives and frlendi are Invited to attend the
funeral eervhei", on Thursday afternoon, at 2
o rloek. at her late residence. 3307 Arch tt.
Interment private. Please omit flow err
I.ACEY. On September 11. 1014. OWEN,
husband of Annlo Lacey Funeral on Tuos
da, at 8 .10 a. m., from 1H.V) Dounlon st ,
Nlcctoivn. Solemn HlKh Mnss of Requiem nt
fet. Stephen's Church at 10 a. m. Interment
nt New Cathedral Cemetery.
I.EEIHIM. On Ninth Month 12th. 1014, JO
SEPH LEEDOM Relative are Invited to at
tend the funeral, from Oakmont, Delaware
Cmintv, Pa . on Ninth Month 15th, nt 3 p m.
J.l'nnEI.T. HARRY LIDDELL, fi year.
2351 E. Serneant st
I INTON. At Newtown. Pa., Monday, Sen.
tember 14. 1H14. THOMAS B. LINTON aged
73 years. Relatives and friends nro Invited
to attnd the funeral, without further notice,
Horn his lata rerldonce, Wnshlnuton live.,
Newtown, on Thursday, September J 7, at
2.4 p. m. Interment at Newtown Cemetery,
Train for Newtown leaves Rending Terminal
1 .2J p. m.
KEI.I EY On September 13. 1914. MART
J PARKER, wife of William Kellcy. Du
notice of the funeral will bo given, from I.er
late residence 3307 Arch st.
KI.AIDER. On September 11. 1014, KATII
ERINE M , beloved wife of the late Charle
Klauder (nee Fox), in her 58th year. Rela
tives nnd friends, aiico members or the Ladles'
Aid Society of St. Vincent's Orphan Aylum.
Tncnny; St Mary's Society of the Cathollo
Mothers, are Invited to attend the funeral, on
Tuesday morning, at 0 30 o'clock, from her
late residence. 3328 North Broad st. Solemn
Requiem Mass at St. Stephen's Church, at
11 o'clock. Interment Holy Sepulchre Ceme
tery. MAUIIER. Suddonly. on September 12. 1014.
OTTIL1E N. M MAURER. daughter of th
late J. J. and Pauline Maurer, aged 43 year.,
Asst. Hupt of the Lutheran Orpnan Home.
1050 Germantown ave, Mt Airy. Relative
and friends are Invited to attend the funeral
services, on Wednesday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, In the chnpel of the Home Interment
private, at German Lutheran ccmeterv
MrCART On September 12, 1914, SARAH
J. McCART, widow of John McCart aged
M years. Funeral services on Tuesday,
September 15, at 11 a m., at 111 Penn St.,
Marchantville, N. J. Interment private.
Milill.l.lN. On September 11. 1914, at hi
lato residence, 1722 N. Hope st , PETER,
son of Margaret and the late Peter Mc
Olllln. Funeral on Tuetda at S-30 a. m.
Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St,
chad's Church at 10 a. m. Inter- "
Holy Cross Cemetery. , ivrvri (VI
MILLER. On September 11 0,vJVJvJ.VJvJ
husband of Emrmt Mill, r inee .ewrtieisterj",
agel fiy vears Funeral services on Tuesday,
at 2 p. m , at 3412 Orlauna st. Intermont at
Orecn Mount Cemeterv
.Mil LICK. On .September 12. 1014. ED.
WARD F. husband of tho late Demaris ID.
Mllllck. cured 7S wars. Funeral on Tuesday.
nt 2 p. rn , from West Chester road, Upper
Darby. Delaware County.
MOEIIItI.E -On September 12. 1914.PHILIP.
husband of Mary Mochrle, son of Francis arid
tho lato Philip Moehrle. Duo notice of fu
neral will b. given from hla mother's resi
dence 2631 N. 2sth st.
MOREM III VICTORIA MORESCIH. 61
years. :2 E. Rlttenh iuse st.
.MfUtltlsnY. Suddenly, on September 11.
l;iI4. Ji'HN, husband of Mar Mornssey.
Tun, rul on Wednesday, at 8 30 a. in . from
2)1 iri'-wrrth st Solemn Mass of Requiem
u ' Phll'p's Church at 10 a. m. Inter
nie'it at Holv Cross Cemetery.
Mil. 11(11. LAM). On September 12. 1011. nt
St J.ph Hospital. ROSE MULIIOL
I.AND Iteiatlwt ure Invited to attend fu
neral, Wednesday, at S.30 a. m. from 2320
Orton t Solemn High Requiem Muss at St.
Franc-I Xavler's Church, at 10 a m.
Ml"! I. S.p'.mLer 13. 1014. SL'SAN JANE
MILL, in her S7th vear lielailvei. and
frlen Is are invited to attend tho funcial ser
lieu at 'ier latu residence, 6.(20 Ovcrlirook
nve. on Uednesday, Septeml or 10. at 4
P. m. Interment at Charl.ii i:ans Ceme
tery. Rca uns. Pa, on Thuieua
.Ml EISS. On September 12. 1014, EMMA E..
Bid of Wlllfntn Hunter Mers. of Wish
tngtcn. D. c Interment a- Washington I) c.
NKMEI.I.. On Septeml er 12 1014. ANNA
M., widow of Foster Newell, late of 22U
North Ur'iad t Helativ-s and friend ar
Invited 10 atterd tha funnul services, ,m
Hednesdny aftern'on. at 2 'W o'clock, at
'he arartment of Oilier II. Balr, 1WU
1 hestnut st Interment at West Laurel HI'I
O'DO.NNEI.I.. On September 12. 1014, NORA
O , wife of John O'Donnell Funeral Wednes
da, ut s ,n u. m . f n .'11J N..rth II cim
st. Solemn Requiem High Mass at the Church
of the Vlsl'alim, a: 10 i rn
OLI.'IO.V on September 10.1914. CHARLES
IIARVCV UL'LTON Funeral services Mon
day, at 0 a m . at hi late residence. 2139
Arrh st lnti rmont strlqtly private
POIIl.ir.. On September Vi, 1014. EDWARD
F.. beloved Uujbah i of Anna 1'oh.li. Itela
tlves and frun.ls also u. embers of t'nl in
New Relief As ,''awn progressive Assein
Uy, Ng. 4, A M P. nnd Commercial
Ueiartmant the Hell Telephone Company
of Pennsylvania are Invited to attend th
funeral nerviies. on Wednenday afternoon, at
2 u'clgck, at his lat rsl lent-. 2(1 South
"" interment a- ji ant pea. e cemetery
Remains may le view, I T insdav evening
"iltVlV-'V-SP. NlnUl Month 14th. JONA
THAN E ntlOAI..-. in th. kVn jear or hi
aee. llelatlv.j mid Tl.-nts ire Invited to at
'" He funenil at I'm n In Meeting Ilouss,
Mb and Tainall sts Wilmington. Dal . on
Ninth Month Idtli. at 11 oclo-k Interment
HtlOEHS On Morduy, September 14, 1914,
!:,'." KVM,TKK 'l"hier of the lat
llllani VAv-ii.e an ai m,h lwl Wlster
and iktio of WU'lim li l(oer. Interment
SAtVt i;ita. On feepumber 13. 1811, LOUISE
P. . f .tun. i-awvtri, ItilatUet anl
trlenus r invited to aiteul lb uneral serv
l on edn.ly aftern on, at 2 o'clock.
it her 1st residence J'flT Ulaniond t. In
tern, rot frlvate
SAI'MIBHS.- un Repteinber 12.1014. HENRY
Svr.VTIFRS hiMhan.l of Ewina Saunder.
Funeral on Tu..lj frriu 2TIU concord av
Intcrnunt Arlington Cem
n ihii i,iAiKku sr.it i i i"ir riitn t. .. o . L ..
IWfJSi i B .: " F riVth WaM 1(7 , -0 t-HV'Pr wn'F'wHns
-..rr ";"" "iii.", i.in warn iw- ' u mhi-v r neouuer Itolattve Mnl
puKI.'an Aksii . anl all other .'ltie of. frlnd ore lnvlti.4 to attend the funeral srv-
i V.i . nT ,;,,'..! lo " ' !k "" aiiero-iin, nt ; o'clock, at
. . . . ..... -- . . . ... ,.-,,, n . ' ', .
nis late rei lenre, 71? vcirm tf si
llAHSEI,L.r-At lit. fcaui
M"iii'i. 11th I'.ili. A I
rf I IS vta.S lic'l.v
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viewt YiettorKMy enlnir to lu o'clock.
u'L.N J . on Mnih
Ufl4 frlun u Au
Invll.d ( Jltend ite neiuT from hu lit?
. i lie Mt Laurel en TUhrUJay, Ninth
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11 ' i a. ai Wretiomu,
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ftllo'. of ...- , i .Bh li, T.ei i
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t' r " rvi s. 90 Wednesdu) , at 2
t.ou k at ihe parlor f William R-iweii
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, v. na. ,
- cm tieptemtwi II. 1014. saraii
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im t''d mte ral 'inniery
the atrtnientk of Oliver II Hair. 1520 Chett-
ISeBtembee 11 inii Ti'DRrlR'-
N . husbanl at Pran.u Rtnt. ,,.a
Alteinu) Funeral serM' es on Tuesday ft-
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NEW yORK ft. .t
Vanwart lut.hei .
of Is.i i itiw irt vt
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is dead at tha Wnu
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I HfU.a t'n Moo4a, foUMiku 14, 1014
v . f Hi ui 1 tarie Henry FuiJr Tt
tie ;h er , ber M. ' leri'i fr. Li
Sulllvdti ud 27 ai.
luneral will be ylvcn
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