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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEKBEEl719l.
gES OF BRAVERY
BY ALLIES WILL BE
ROMANCE, TRAGEDY AND COMEDY
. IN THE THEATRE OF WAR
founded Private Tells of
hcens Bays Daring m
Meeting German Attack.
Engineers Sacrificed at
By A. J. BOBKB
jlAVfiC, Fiance, Sept. 17. It Is prob
l4 tlmt iho iletnlls of the wonderful ami
darlnS endurance of the troops or tlio
.,IC, forces In the present cnmpnlgn will
eMr be properly written, but they will
wmAln In tlif ''carts of the French an)
HI bo handed down from father to son
In the villages nnd towns around which
men arc baltlliitf for Iho freedom of
Most of the icBlmenls will bo able to
nibroldcr Into their colois tlio names of
many historic llslits, but lmrdly any wilt
Doable to lund down such stoilcs as thu
Rfcond Diapoon Cltmrds and the Queen's
flays wilt transmit to their futuic re-
'iCcre I' the story tlmt waB told to mo
lf Private Uryant as he lay wounded In
the hospital ship:
I don't juit remember tlio date, wo
hiienot had time to think of datrs lately.
But It was just over a week ago. We
) somnwhero In the nclghboiliood of
ci Quentln. Wo hnd been fighting all
ixf We had picketed and watciod our
horses and lato that night thought wo
had seen the last of the Clot minis Tor a
"In' the moininff, however, the Colonel
vo orders to saddle. Wo Jumped on
Jur horses, and at the same moment
hells began to buist overhead. Our
horses stampeded. Tlio enemy's sluup
jhooters were already In position, and
while we wero recapturing our horses
hramiel. canister shots and bullets were
malting the air sing around us.
FIELD ARTILMJIIY IS DELATED.
"The German artillery flro increased In
Intensity. Wo began to wait anxiously
for our own Koyal Field Aitlllory to get
Into position. It was delayed by tho fact
that the battery horses welo being wa
tered. "Something had to be done, bo wo got
tho Maxims up, despttu Hie withering
Arc, Our bos boon got busy. It would
haie done jou good to sco how calmly
andnulctly they went about their woik
"Our men realized the meaning of their
job. It was to hold on until tho artillery
came up. In other word's, It was to save
the regiment from annihilation. Within
a few minutes they vero sending somo
6000 shots In so many seconds among- the
"Then tho artillery arrived. Wo had
four mnis against 11 for tho Germans,
tut some of thoso 11 were silenced.
"It was not long before the Uuys wcie
Itching to charge. Almost before they
tNpccted It the buglo sounded and they
nerc off, 'hell for leather,' nt the enemy's
"The net losult of that little sciap was
the capture of 11 Krupp guns and many
Unfortunately, Uryant uiih loft wounded
on the field and was tnailo u prisoner
ty tho Germans. lie lived for five dnvs
on bread and water, all that the Germans
nould supply him. On the fifth day a
detachment of Ftcnch cavalry at rived,
rescued the pilsoners and raptured the
German tioupers who wete guarding
"The Biltlshus wcro taken to Pennine-,
nhero tin wcie ctitul for by the
DtUTIKlI 1UTT13KY WIPED OUT.
Ilrjitnt toid me that in the action of
Et. Qutntin of an entire llrltlsh batter
ergaged but 17 men wero left alive.
Gaston Dossier, a private In the Sixth
Cuirassiers, who Is known In civil llfo
as Darlno, a lyile artist at the Comedie
TrancalM- and a Ca nrltt- of the PaiHI
ennes, tolls the following story, which
seems nlniust an eclipso of the Mowing
up of th. Dnlhi Gates.
Bossier, King wounded in Normally,
itb gi-atun ,, but falls buck j-ruan n-:
b sliupnil, tolls tlio htnrj In true Uuliio
manner Hi- trlis. to rise and illutrut
with eestiin-., but falls luck groaning.
"We ro tiigethtr, the I'liiiiil-tilt rs of
France ami Hip English Itoyal Uimlnccrs,
8s wo rctuuted acio.ss the Alsnc at Sols
tons. Tim iltruians ndnnceil i.tpldly,
trying to iusIi masses of soldiers across.
"Utldso after blidgo hud to bo blown
tip. The Get man slinipshooteiH were
flrlps nl us from a clump of trees and the
mitrailleuses wero woiklng havoc among
'SudiknU a party of English engineers
rushed toward tho bridge. They lost
!null, lint -iiiciecdeil in landing powder
U!fUlpnt tit ilnctrnv If llnrnft tl.Ai' ...itl.l
''SM ft all of them were killed. We waited
"'iii" Aiiothei party of jour biavo ongl
Ji'ers treia near the bridge. The took
'o Lovtr. 1 ut the Germans got their ranee
wi'i continued a ileadly lire.
K.UIM;i;its OFFIHt UP LlVHS.
"Then w. I iPiuhiiien watched what we
fi'ist rtmcinlier to our dying day. One
engineer ..uJ.U-nly dashed at orio of the
' He was killed befoio half way
tiere j,piund followed and fell almost
upon tho body of his comrade. A thiid,
ourth and ilfth ian in the gauntlet of
merciless l.einian tiro and met the samo
aeain. i tie iamo way 0lctl f0OWC(l
ma lomradPH until U had been killed.
f l"e Utf'in.m lire seemed to Blacken
ranin..tant. and In that time the bridge
Won ii up, fur the I2th man. dashing
"7 '?' "'ue ",'l with tho bodies
- ui III, mis
"lite.1 it 'lli,
,uir iu tli.
uuisie, ,,., ,, riSurl. of ,,e ijcunan3
--. .ijuil lu
uiih n B.' " "" ""'BSi'il on Ids knees
a",n 1',""ls ,ll'l hehlnd him while
lark ir "at l,la la"co against hl
cut ,.. I n' "" "' traimpuit wagons often
"'Ut Hit" win, tlicir wlims as I... ii.issp.1.
The French papers nre recalling an In
teresting tcply which General Pnu made
n car ago, when his admirers proposcu
to piescnt him a swoid of honor upon the
occasion of his giving up command of tho
20th Army Coins.
" rertnlnly Ehould not accept tho sword
or honor that ou and other well-menn-Ing
patilols think of giving me," ho said.
' Such a recompense must be reserved
for tho man who shall lead our victori
ous nrmle." beond Mcts and Strnssburg,
beyond tho llhlne, Into the Very henrt of
the Gei man Empire. As for me, modest
worker In times of peace, enemy to pub
licity mid popularity, It Is sufllclcnt that
I have tho conlldence of thune Who have
solved under my oidots, nml tho suffrages
of good pcoplo such as you."
At tlio illago or Totirches, In northern
France, a wounded French sergennt, out
raged by Germnti brutality, shot it Prus
sian ofllcer. Deforc being shot ho wns
given water by a dauntless lad, Emtio
Dcpres, who thereupon was nlso con
demned to Immediate execution. Just ns
tho Boldlcis wero bandaging the boy's
eyes pioparntory to firing tho Oermnn
captain, with a cuiel smile, cried cynic
ally, "I give you life on condition that
you net oh executioner of this sergeant.
He asked for water, you'll give him lead."
After a moment's hesitation the boy
ameed. to the horror of his comrades.
Seizing u rifle, ho aimed at the sergeant's
bienst. Tht ii, nuddeiily turning, ho blew
a holo through the mice! lug German. Ilo
was harked to pieces with bayonets,
Ij! Ptcdzo publishes an Intel view with
the private soldier Turcot, who with his
comrade, Hroiissard, captured the first
Gorman Hag. He Is now In the hospital
at Mortargls, slightly wounded In tho
back by a spent bullet Turcot tells a
veiy modest story. lie says he lost his
leglment wandering In a wood, when he
saw a wounded German standard bearer
trlng to hide his flag. Calling a com
I'mlc, Turcot attacked the German and
selcd the flag. Then cnnie the hutdest
part, the wllhdruwnl cuirylng the tiophy
amidst a storm of bullets. Ills knapsack
was pletced ton times and his tide broken
In his hands.
A correspondent writes that between
Chateau do Castenu and Eobbes, a par
ticularly desolated neighborhood, from
whence Hie Inhabitants had fled the
Germans found a hungiy canary in un
abandoned farmhouc. Without having
oxpcrlenccd the genuine, almost womanly,
tenderness of the German soldiers, one
would have called their feeding- of the
canary an affectation, or at best a pass
ing whim, but It was typical.
A ftory has reached Pails of the coura
geous action of Mine. Jlachere, of Sols
sons. When the Gormans arrived thero
they demanded to sco the Jlayor, who
was absent. Is'ono of the ofllclnls re
sponded to the call, whereupon -Mine.
Sliicherez went to tho Germans and said:
Tiiero Is no .Mayor here, but I answer
for every ono and everything as you will
have to do if depredations are com
mitted." After disputing the requisitions and tho
conditions of tho Germans, the coura
geous woman saved Solssons on cosy
Alan liott, writing to the London
Chronicle from Bordeaux, says: "French
athletes have been distinguishing them
selves on the fighting line. Two days
ago a notice nppcured In tho oftlclal ga
zette that n. corporal named Oforges
Andre had been promoted to sergeant
bofoie members of his regiment and rec
ommended for ii military medal. The
paper suggested that this might lefer
to Georges Andrea, to whom tho French
Premier r"cently alluded as an all-around
athlete and the best Kugby three-quarter,
and who was second In the London Olym
pic games. Prom Inquiries It Is learned
that this Is Indeed the case, and follow
ing Is tho story of how Andrea, who Is
with tho Piench army In Loiralne, won
"With six men ho wont into a, village to
find looms for tlio officers. In the mniUct
place was i largo hand of Germans, who
immediately set upon the small detach
ment. Andre snatched a sabre from the
Qeiinan neniest him and killed two men
with It. Ity this time he saw that his
companions wero dead or captured. Ilo
grabbed tho flag from a German, and
putting It under his nrm he inccd through
tho village street as though attempting
a try In Hugby football, n number of
Geinnns following nt his heels. After
splinting a qunrlur of a mile he left his
pursuers behind, and laltr.ho rejoined
his regiment with the flag. " Homo days
piL-vlously ho wiote to a sportsman
friend: 'Tills Is hell. Wo are lying In
tmichca undei the Gerinun artillery lire,
but are not allowed to reply. This Is
tho only time I llnd to wtlte my cor
Tho following from n brigadier of dra
goons Is a specimen of a certain class
of letters that have begun to arilve In
"My Dear Pironts If you iccelvo this
lotter It will be because I have been
killed, but don't weep for me, since my
fato will have been the noblest n French
man cnu dream of, to die for his counliy
on tho eve of victory. We shall be tho
victors because wo have right and confi
dence on our side. I shall have done my
duty to the end, and I hope my death
will have Ijppii useful to my country. My
lut thoughts will Iip for you."
With this lotter there camo another
from the cuto of a tittle llelglan village
giving the details of the death of the
Dmlng an animated discussion among
several Englishmen In London as to tho
possibilities of whipping Gcrmnny, ono
man sat quietly for some time. He finally
said: "1 suppose we'll give them Homo
Utile, the same ns wo did tho Uoers."
There arc now five beds for wounded
snldlcis In the room of the Uclglnn Itoyul
Palace usually occupied by tho Kaiser
on his visits to King Albeit.
A stuiy Is tout in Hiussels of a lilt of
"Vunkee" genius. When the Gciinans
reached thero they entered the cattle
mm hot to buy up ovcry thing In sight
und found the cntiro market had been
bought up, not by the energetic burgo
master, but (bo the story goes) by the
Tho corner in beef was complete and
the officers went away empty.
Cardinal Amlette, archbishop or Paris,
at the special praer services yesterday
In the Cathedral of Xotio Dame, an
nounced that be proposed to laisc a
temple In Paris In honor of Joan of Arc.
He snld that to her was due, for tho
second time, her country's deliverance
from a lorelgn foe.
A story Is published to the effect thut
on tho very day when tho Germans
reached Complegiip. thoso who bad the
scelctlon of tho French soldiers' pass
word, choso tho woids "Jeanne d'Arc."
On the following day tho Germans left
An Amstcidnm dispatch says that tho
Herllncr Tngeblatt complains bitterly thut
tho size of tho ryo loaf which usually
costs 12 cents Is gnawing smaller and
that bakers all over Germany nro le
ducing the weight of the Indispensable
ihllo roll. Tho ordinary ryo bread of
he working classes is now more than
4 cents a pound and the tendency Is ever
Hairy Lauder's songs have been heard
on European battlefields. Tho Ulack
Watch, tho famous regiment of High
landers, sang them ns tho German shells
burst over their heads und bullets
whistled about their ears. A corpoial
and two piivates arriving hcie wounded
told of the fighting and singing.
"The Gormans wero ns thick as the
Illelan heather," said the corporal. "Wo
stuck there poppin' off tho Germans, an'
In tho thick o't a' wo were slngln' Harry
Lauilor's latest It was gran.' A' aboot
us were the dead an' deeln,' an' every noo
and then German shells btust. An wo
poppcicd awuy wo sang 'Roumln' In the
Gloamlu' ' an' "TIip Lass or Kllllecranklo '
Many u sang aboot tho lassies we sang "
FALL OF LIEGE FORTS
BLAMED ON GRAFT
Belgian Government Inves
tigates Alleged Misuse of
Funds and Use of Inferior
reached tho fuse and
bridge exploded with a
ub'iucer fell before thu Gor
but wus iL'Simeil bv thu
told mo shocking details of
Ill's which lln nprsnnnllv
Up liimseif, although wounded
chai... """" "'io n ccuar at .Neur
16 hi n "i"h "aa almost 'va when he
f"akl. l. ' "n',n tno strcc,s ,iml vo'ves
Wi 1 ''';f b ' ,Ic was i hi
lutd. Au set-ollrs" "-'id was run-
USES TIN CUP HANDLE
TO CUT WRIST IN CELL
SrUonefs Scieam Brings Turnkey
," Attempt nt Suicide Fails,
. Ill MI,K-,I., ,-....,, .. .
to cOI,lmt aul.-Ulu u a fC of
JejUni.r V. ,fa. jveuuu nation house
" of tin ,U;;K "' "rbt U,U tl,e
tot few ,.i . ''"l "ot '"e" 'n "'
"" a., '",nuUs 'n lie tore the ban
". lii 1 sc u"a ben hhli his
K u ra.",b..l,rouht ,ho '"'"key.
P Th? wl ,,, H W'UaJi'Jphia Hon-
n wiZ ' c,zcU wU1 delirium tie
i0nllt!(ju is 6"rJy tu tlie hPltal una his
ANTWEHP, Sept. 17.
Graft, and not tho bravery of tho Ger
mans nor the power of their siege guns,
was responsible for the quick fall of the
forts at Xaniur. And this nlso, It Is
htuted, was rpnponsible for tho collapse
of tho defenso at Liege, notwithstand
ing tho fact that the Liege works held
oiitout longer limn those nt Namur.
It was learned today that the Govern
lucnt has been conducting an Investiga
tion over since the Mons forts fell. It is
found that while the defensive works
were being built millions of dollars were
deflected from their proper channels Into
the pockets of contractors and dishonest
Tlio plans for the forts wero dravn by
General Brlalmont, of the llelglan army,
one of tho foremost mltitnty engineers In
Europe, but the materials which went
into the battlements wero far below the
Hpeclllcatlons In many Instances. No fault
was found with the plans.
It Is ngieed that tho fortresses wern
built upon the stiongest positions that
they could tlnd. Tho llelglan ordnance)
also Is booud criticism, but steel and
coiieieto and stone work wero of poor
quality. At Namur It was found that
the cuncivte supporting one steel turret
was so poor In quality that u single Ger
man shell demolished It.
It Is fin ther alleged that the builders
hail not constructed all of the work
which General Drlalmont's plans specified.
months' illness. He was G7 years old ami
is survived by his widow and a son,
Charles Lcatherman, who Is In the ex
press business at 122 Market street
of ULURN A.
ber 10, 1IU0.
.v'.I.ut,lY. who rt oi S-Vptem.
HUSHAND AND CHILDltUN.
-PASQUALU ALUVATA, 1 year.
ALTING. 00 years. 1851
lOH. MAUV c.
lunera! sei vii.es
Ml 1'leice st
AKIN. On Septouiber 14.
Wlilov of Jospr.h 'P AM
at h.r lato renineacc. tho Motho s "rpbconu
tvinetery: ' Intcrment iIol"it Muiuli
'AV'R'.r0,". September 12. 10H. MARY
ciTon VrL Vuo !,otlco of the funeral will ba
BAI.IMriN.--At Ills residence. 211 North Sli.
VUI.1II It, Inisl-amt of Ada U Harbour. aceVl
?n Jf.a,.f'. ,tcl"",nnd frlctiUs are , VnWtSl
to atuud tho funeral ernkw, on Thur.diy.
"ui;.ftsya.S.nllt."!,"r,B,fm ot OIhcr "
IIAL'IIOK. On September 1(1, ion. lirjriTHA
II.. .laughter ot Albert H. ,,,.l' liertliu c
llaulinf, aKed I!) eurs. 1'iineial ten lies on
"-",? wV' ,a5. 2 '' . ,nV- at lri"' real" 1CB
"iKX'f.1, lf."n "' Oennantown. Interment
lit illlsllde Cemetery, ila funeral car.
lHJfct'KIIAN. HArtRV BDITKMiv ,.
jeuM. ull North Vi.lllpM.''LCKMAN- 12
"fflmf "mVilJK'.k4! inftm'Sira
,,.V?,l.;.,l.5Vh":T0n .Septamber IB, lnu.
."'" """J" Ul UIIUIOli llreun ncrr In
KIII1..QI r..i U... ...... -
- .......... rjiuriia, u n p
ni., from :ill5 North iirn.ui , in..'.ir r.
Jlount Cemetery. "
THREE HELD FOR ROBDERY
Accused of Entering Silk Waiat Man
ufac tilling Plant,
Three men suspected uf lobbing tho
sill; waist manutacturiug plant of L.
t'littlebauin, lO.'I Hideo ui-m:e, wero ar
rehtcd i-uriy toda and held by Magis
trate Itelcher in the Tenth and liut'un
wood streets police station In $W ball
cacti tor a further hearing next Tuesday.
Thuy wero John Kclchiaiiu, 21 lears old,
MM MvKcan (.treet. Hurry Murtluett, 21
euis old, 001 Noitti franklin street, aifrl
ci.iude McKlnley, 7SI Wood Mrcct.
Tho plunt ot Chiittlebaum was robbed of
blurt waists allied at more than fM.
Spoiial I'atiolmon Hairy, ljrntt uinl liark
.u rested thu three men curly today.
DEATHS OF A DAY
Joseph Lcatherman, 437 Itliawn street.
Vo Ohuse, died clcrday aftei teveial
her "Sih ear
' "S&TSAUAU OW.V. 32 jears. 3HS
C 5K!!&8 o . banaarihal. C1
lenin oudy Ceiuetcr. rtl
CIl.tllMinSKl H'.I.TUn CHAa.MKT.SKI
1 III.I.MIA.S.-On September 12, 1314 at
rsaliitonn. N J.. m.RV I. wlfo of Jo'
j.eph b. theeanun, In lr Mill jeur. Tunei.il
on itsurwlay, ut 1 p. m Interment Zloii
Cemeteiy. KarMlntaikii. N J. "mBnl 10"
ll..ltlt. -On September 11 1014. PIUXK
ill' at -. ''; "' rrom hl la,e resldeme.
r-r h"ir,H?f." "A hnerineiit Fernwo.,,1 iVnieiery
!'m-... J""- 'i hepteinber HI. lull. HlUl)
il,A,v f0 of I'airlck Clifford and daugh
ter or Martin umt Ilrl.lset Plalieri) of ".m .
ly ItosLunimon. Ireland. Kuneml on Satur
day, at S30U. m., Irom the resldcnco of her
Miter. Mra John Kelly, 2m .. l-ark .,.
..'''erineiit at Hul i'roVB i emeiVrj
v!!.;r.l7n September IS, 1011. ISA IP
iiillUN. ton of" tho lato Jacob "ml Earah
irlenda alw Meridian 'sun iJdso, So. lss
&-?!'"1 -, M " fnvltcd to attend the fiT:
neral sirylces. on rrliaj. at 2 u. m. it hln
etltn and ltlsier ..v
I'llMtdW'.-Oii Septimber 14. 13H DAViti
K lONiltMV ocell UI jeirs. lito reldei."
l'en.ea8U0 "- 1U' nj"i0 vt f'"'eiul will A
CIIOI'KIC On Senteinber 13
town. Mg at M. Vincent's rhureh at 1)
p. m. Interment st Old Cathedral Cemetery.
I'I'ltNOI . -On Beiitrmber M. )P14, JOHN
W , himbnnd of the lute MRry furnott (neo
Kenny) 1'uncrnl. on lrMay. nt 7'.10 a. m.,
from Ills Blcel nt. (nboe illtniii t ) Mans
at tho fhurch ot St. Thomas ,o.ulnn-. at V
n. In Interment at Cathedral Cemetery
l)i:AN.--On Soptembor 14, I0t4. CATH
AHINH A, UITAN. wli'ow of t'harles W.
Dp in, ronldrnce, Wjfl Union t. T'linernl Berv
Iccn nnd Interment atrlctly prlvatn
DlilHKN. -On Heplember 13, 1014. IJMMA L.
1t:iKi:N nie Inirke), widow nf John K.
IJ)elien. I.unernl ferileoH on Thurmlny, at 2
p in, nt ;j Nnrlli nsth at. Interment at
Vet Lntirel Hill I'dnrterj
lti:N'i:f.Hllt:('K fmddenlv. nl Overbrook. N.
J, Hcptcnibcr 14. l'lll. OMA, wlfo ot .Ineob
Denetsbiu K. nRcd 10 senrs. runeml afrvlefs
on Tliursilns nt I p in nl l'' "'". ,",''
of her niotbrr, Mra Hmnvi Mcl.rnn, vhlto
Hnr. iiilto, Oierbronk. Interment Chen a
TimlliiK M t". I'emetery
HIIMI'A NICOIjA UHV1TA, 77 ieara. 1119
Wharton at ...
HHVI.IN. On September 14.1014, MirHAHL.
hUHbiitiil nf .iBhe Uellii I'unernl on Tlnira
ilny. nt S::io n. in. from 2711 North Holly
wood t. (2Mli nnd Lehleh ne.l HIkIi H
fiulcin Mnn8 lit Iho Uhiniii nf Ccirpua t'hrlati
nt in ii. in. Interment nt Wcatinlniter Cem
etery. 1II r I.IBSCIH HIVAC, 10 yeara, 1B20 N.
1H (IIIHItTV. On Septenilier 13. 1014, 131.
1A11 T, widow nf John .1. Dougherty (nee
Dnnoliue). Due tint lee of the funerel will n
Ellen, from her late r-'ilden'-e, 1211 ("nth-
DkVJjHAN. Hl.titlN DIIUOOAN. 70 jenrF.
I.sth nnd .lafferaon ats
HAItNS. On Selitember IS. 101 1, HAIIItlHT
M. IIAHNH. tlrlntlie? nnd frlfti'ls iTf In
Mtcd to ntte il tho funrrnl fori I ", on
Tliurmlny imirllnK, nt II nVlnik, nt tho In
digent wliinns mid KIiikIp Wonfen's AHvluni,
.Ull." f'hesttnit st. Intermrr.t at Orcnt Hilov
llaptl-t lliirilni- rlivund. . .
HASri.ACK. CATHAHINU HASTLACK. Tm
o f II' IMlilltmll'1
Lini'AIID.H At Arkendnte. Vn . nn S, pteni
b.T II 1014. r.Vi:i,YN MU'IINIA I3H
WAtlUl wlfo of llnnild It rilmmta I n
nerMl n' Arken Hln. oidenibi - IT
I'HINSIIIIN. - A1.1IHRT rillNSTHlN. IS
M'.ua 221", William rt.
THNOAK. On September 1.1. 1011, of
Uphold foirr. Al.iri: THOTII. belmi-d wlfo
of Wilbur 0. reimnr nnd ili'iiphfr nf Mr. nnd
MrH. Chrlatripher itriizer. I'unernl ncrvlcei
nt her piiemn' leildeniH, ."ill Bill me., An
bury Park, N, J. on rrldny innriiliiK nt 1 1 ..10
n'elock. Interment private, nt Newark, N J.
1'INK. ANNIH 1'INH, 2 yeara. 20.1 Heck
rOHAUTY. On (September in. 1011, JAMHS
r., aoti of th" Into lMwird mid dun In
enrty runeml on Sntiirdns, nt 1 ") n. ni.,
fnmi n2l South l.'.lll Kt
1'OICO. On September 111, Hill. illlonOIJ
HOWVni) foil of Ilnniini mid Muile 1'nnl.
nur 1 2 nniH 2 month! Puiieril rorvlCMM nil
Tildnv nt 2 p in., nt bis parent-' residence,
ir.to Sin tli llililt iilncn. Interment at
l'prnwnnd (Vm torj
roiiH'.rKit .loniii'H roitnsTnit.ts years.
ir.nl s. Tntiej kt.
rilAHIIIt. On Seiitei-iber IS, 1014. HMILY
It , n fo o flpnriro M rrnper. I'unernl on
S.iturilni. at 1 p ni., frnni hi r lite residence.
2ii0il Wlinrtoti "t. Intcriiiont Mt. Morlah
t met, i
litlDHMlKIH).- On uentrinliar 1T,, 1011.
HANNAH A., i If" nf Ixnn H. frklcnberij
Itelntlim nnd friend" iitp Iniltwl to intend
the funernl ferilo"!', on Thnrsdny nfternnon,
nt ,2 i. 'i lock nrpi.H.l. rt Iit lute realdence,
1012 North rrinklln at lntcuncnt at Mt.
riMY. On SoiitPiiiber IS. 101 1, nt Woodbury,
N. J.. SAHWl A . Mldiiw of .lolin V. Knw,
ntipil 1 ipir. runeni' rer Ir pi mi Krlday,
nt 2 ii. Mil. tit stPiliiian I'lntnl. ."iu'll Kcn
plnntnii me Inlermiiit nt ISnllciuo Ccme
rv. (i.l.l,i:.S" On September HI. 1011, .TAMHS
P.. llllVllllHl 'if Allm T iSlllletl I'UIIPI'll
Mill tnki plaie on Thuiwlai, nt Mill) u in.
fmtti 2.M." llnmti nt Snlet.in .Mua of tr-
IuIpiii, ot St. I'nin la' Chun h nt 10 u in.
prci"!clj. Ii.tcnrcnt nt Old Cntliedrnl Ceinc-
OAfl'.. CHAl'.I.HS GAUL. 7 yeara. C120
fjr.NAVIIlt. HAItlSIUT CIENA VHIt.157 years,
2-IM W HiiIiiph M.
(IHOlttiU. -Sudilenli'. nn September lit. 1014.
MAUV CUiUtOi: wire nf ,Inp.li Clporue,
nuod 1,2 pirs. 1'iinent on Snturdav nt S a.
in., from 1i r Hto nalilence, 2M'i Oiorlnuton
at HrlipbiirK. Snlpinn Iteiiulem Mnas at
All Saints' rhureh. of iirl IpnhurK. Interment
nt St Dninlnh'a. Holineaburu.
fiUKST. On SeptPinlier IS. 1014. CHAHI.rR,
huabantl ot Sanih Herat, nppd iii; ciir!i. ftel
ntliea and frlenda are Invlt.d to attend tho
funeral aerikea, on Krldav afternoon, at 2
o'clock, 'it hl Into resilience. 711 N. .'17th st.
Interment Ftrletlv private.
Gil I.. On September 14. 1011, nt his lato
rcaldcnrv. .'!. North list at.. I'UTHIt. liua
lmnd of rannle OI1I. Due notice of tlio fu
nernl will II" fflien.
r.l.AIIINi; On September 111. 1014. at her
Into iialdeine 7n7 Pine ht , Mrs I.OCIS1:,
widow n' Wllllnni tlladlm;, ased 07 jcars.
Due notUo of the funeral will bo iiivcn.
UOI.AsIC HHI.HNA GOL.ASIC, 2S years,
22t) Tlrown nt.
GHKUN. AI.HIHIT GltnUN. 2 yeara. 017
GltllliN. On SetitPiiilier 1.1. 101 1. CATH
AKINi: ltANKHUAl) (lllUILV, wlfo of Hoh
crt llankliead ilreen (noe Mcilee), nurd 10
cnri.. I"unernl on Kilday, 'ippteniber is. nt 0
ii in . from her Into residence, 127 Webster
at., Camden. Interment nt i:Prgrecn Cemc
terv. GISKUIt. On September 14. 1014. IIAItRY,
f-nn of Mar und the late John Greer. Keln
tlvcs anil friends are Inilted to attend th
funeral ..enhea. on Tliuraday, nt 2 p. m..
at Ilia mother's residence, 2UI4 Lombaril st.
Interment Mt. Mnrlali Cemetery.
(.CI I, AN. -On .September 12. 1011, JOHN
HDWAItl) A. Ultl'HAN, III his likh jear
Puneral on Thursday, at S "0 u. m . fioin
his Into resident e, I24S CJjjden at. Solemn
Itcfpilem Much at Our Mother of Sorrows
Cliunli nt 10 a. m. Interment .nt Cathedral
IIANNAV Suddenlv. on September II. 1014.
MAItlH A. HANNAN inec llonneri. wlfo of
Jnmcs C. Hnnii.in. I'unernl on lliuradav. at
s .!0 a. in., trom 2l-, N. th n Solemn
Itcquk'in Muss at St Kdnnrd's Church at in
a. in. precisely Interment at Old Cathedral
HAI'lUlt. WlLIT.nD IIAUSER. 52 ears.
US N. lflth at.
HAM.OWHIX. On September 12. 101I.WII,.
1,1AM, husl und of the late Catharine N.
Ifallnnell, need 74 enr. Duo notice of the
funeral ulll bo Riven, trom the residence of
ins nnuiiuier. mis van 1'eit at.
Ili:itl UK. On Septcniber la, ion. MACSDA
LCNA, wife of Louis Ilcrler (formerlx i:k
nrd), need -IS jeira. Due notice of tho fi.
nerat will bo elu'ti. fiom her lato rtildence,
1027 Shunk at.
Ill MKh. On September 14. 1011. KARY R.
wife nf William Humes, l'uuer.ii f.eribea on
Tliumlay, at 1 p. in , nt r.iy WiiMilncton
ae. interment private, at Nortliwood Cem
etery. J.f)I'i:S. At Locust firovo l'arm. N. .1 . Sep-
tenibcr ia. inn, KuzAiiin'H n.irr-
HUltNL', widow ot I'ruf. Dai Id Hnlnli
Jaquea. Tuneral aerilces will be held at tier
Into realdence. Locat llrme Tann. near
Railway, N. J., on Thuraday, September 17.
at 10 30 a. m. Internivnt at the conienknca
of tho fain Iv.
.ji:i'ri:ns(N. lovinu Ji:rri:nsoN. o
jenra 1121 Toplnr at.
.HIsKIMI. On September II, 1014, In Pitman.
N. J . MAUY L. JOSHl'H. wife of William
.insepu. i uncrui rrom ner into residence, cor
ner I'ltman and Fern wood aiea., Pitman, N.
J , on Tliuri.da, September 17. at I M p m.
Seniles at the house. Interment Cedar Green
Cemeter. Clajton. J". J.
KIH.I.Y. On September 13. 1014. HARRY J,
husband of Mary II. Kelly and ton of Ariic
and tho lato Captain John R. Kellj. Kunenil
on Thursday, September 17. at s 30 a m.
from White Horso I'lke. Magnolia. N. J.
HlKh Mass at th Church of St. Rose of
Lima, Huddon Heights. N J., at 10 a. m
Interment Old Cathedral Cemetery.
KUI.I.KY. On September 13. 1014. MARY J.
PAUKUR, wife of William Killej Itela.
til ca and friends are Imited to attend Ui.i
funeral services, on Thurada afternoon, at 2
o'cloi-lt. at her late residence. 3107 Arch tt.
Interment urlvate Please omit n.ners.
KI.HNTNKII. LAV5HH KLHNTNKR.60 yeara,
27ii!i fletcher H.
KOTZ On September 111,
W. KOT nsid 31 iirs.
iintai. at 2 p in., from .'HOJ
st. Interment at Noithwood
hi IU, -On September ID.
'unernl m r-at-N'orth
COLLINS. 3 jears.
Iftll WIIT.lt W
Ikan I.xeiultiM f'.,.titt,A , ,.,. n.'..t
..K,. .. . "- -.... .W. ..m nan ice.
1.1,1 h u. V"" ' am ,"' olher -IMia of
whkh he was u member, ure Inilted to at
tend funeral, on Thursday, at uVloJk. it
ate residence 7i. North 3d t luierment
irate Cemetery. Remains m-v k.
1101VMI U'm n.uln
CKOSLfc. On September u. 1014. at hi
Uie reWnco. Church uie . lu.ru in Pa
WLLIM RIVVLY huihioH it-.; i ,
Crole, a.-ed 10 oarr. Fuueral aerili.a on
Thurduy. at 2 p m . at the Uerwyn M K
Church Interment at Qraat Valley Iluutltt
I'IM.MIMI.S. -On September 18 IBM, HUGH
son of Jamcj and Citlunne Cummlnis Fu
neral on SutuxJaj at 7 '.0 a m fi0m hlj
jiatenta' rctHiiKc 22 J Cbur.b line, German.
M MANDRIL Wlfo of Cll-irlra L. Kuen
Due notice nf the funeral will be glien. from
her late resident e, toriier Prospect anl Moun
tain aes . Oak Lane.
LA('IIKMAli:iL On September 1(1. 1011,
MAUY wllnw of John 1-u henmnlor. Fu
iifral kervKok on Saturday, at 2 p in., ot
Iho resl. lento of hi r bnii-lii-lau, Harry Mc
Keone, 2DII N rth llolwtHl st. Interment
prliale at Nortliimod Cemeterj
I.ANZ. Suttdenl. .at hla lata residence, cor
ner Marshall and Danes ue.. Norrlstoim,
on September 14. 1014. lit 8TAVR LANZ, Ir,
his UJd )eur Funeral aerilcea at the lleth
nny Kiangellcal Church corner Swede and
Marshall sta.. Nurriatonn. on ThursJay, Sep.
tember 17. at 2 p. in. Interment prhate, at
LlllDI'.I.L H UIIIV LIODKLU 3 yeara,
jaSl R. Sergeant st
LINTON. At Newtown. Pa., Monday, Sep.
leu uer it, ii'ii. iiii.jiii? i. i.i.iij.-,. ugui
la uurs. Itclatlies and Irlends art) li'vlted
to attend the funt.r.il. nllhout furthtr notka,
Hum his Utu rceldeiue, Wiuhington uie ,
Newtown, on Thurslai, September 17, at
ti.fi p. ni. Interment at Nentown Ceinctcri.
Train for Nentonn leaves Reading Terminal
1.2a p. m.
s,'V,!!.,!'....Sui,tlenly. on September 14. 101 1,
t'l.WIIINT h MiJOIt. In Ills slth ear Fu-in-ral
aervlcu uu 'lhursda. at )i p. in . jt
1127 Kkhmond t Intel inent at Lceaburg
N J on lrllai, .September IN
31 lVKIIs.-S.-iitenibar IS, 1914, CAROLINU
M. wldoiv of 1 harlea I. Maura. Relatives
and friends aro Invited to attend funeral
services, lTida motniug precisely at II
o'clock, at h.r late residence. 11J7 Nurtn
JOth at Interment private.
Mil'.rn:it. On September 10. latl
iVTI Al.VN'i: d.uh "' 'uUum and tho
late C.itliarlne Mtinirfery. ato.1 2rt vears.
ULmX? u'i hatur.lj at h 30 a. m . from the
rcsidei.o of her brotber-In-laiv. Robirt I'm.
Ltr' i1.1, '. vvso'' " . Wtwuhlikoii. Internieiit
.. 5. .'"tr'tk s Cemiterj. Norrlstonn
,,t'uio,l,i,W,S,K ,un, September ' 14. 1011.
? AH -.''""fchter of tho l.ue bai.iuel
JV.". 1',l.labll MH'ambrWge. Funeral ser
vice ou Umrsdav. at 1 n 111 , at H.12 BUvij
11 I..,,,.1.1',,,' "" ). Inleriiient prlvat.
sin liNH' ." ,'"l"mlr 14 UH4. Jt
m ii.!.-' ","' "'1 'ato Juhn and Mar A
Mtirirtucy Kuntral on Frtdaj. ut it 30 a
nnt.,',','. 2VU N' 'l"'k Sjlinm Itf
Clmrch 5 ?4S. ,at. OU,r. o( IWilu
Ceineu'rv Interment at lloli c'.ws
3IL-T" L!:;V..rILLl AM T .. at the I.r
r,i...:, :..""-?!?.""' : ""s. "
r.i vicaicnia cnurt.11
""'.) : inursuaj. 10 a. m
MOHrSCHI. -VICTORIA MOREf3CHT, 01
years. S.I2 n. Rlttenhouso St.
.Mritl'llYV-MlC'ItAHL MURPHY. 79 yeara.
27C0 Helen at
NKFF-On September 14, 1014, HARRY Vf ,
husband of Martha J. Neff and aon of th
lato Daniel and Susannah Ncff. Funeral aer
vlccs on Thursday, at 2 p. ir... nt hla late
residence, 13in North 02! at Interment pri
ote. nt Mt. Vernon f'emelerv.
O'NF.ILL. On September 13.1014. RIIAtlf.TlS
V . rcn nf Mary O'NcId (nee Cotello) and
Iho lato Oeoriro O Nell!, aired i'l yenra. Fit
nernl on Friday, nt R 30 n m , from 221 fl.
Syiltnl.um at. Solemn Requiem Masa at fit
i'atrlik'a f 'hurra at 10 a. ni. Interment at
New Cnth's-lral Compter.".
I'F.RLING. -7 t'ASANDRA VHUIANO, RS
jears. 1)M S 3d at
I'FAFF. On September IS, loll, of diph
theria, JOHN c , Eon of Philip nnd Anna
I'rnrr of :iS28 RUa at., used f, jeara. No
1'1'FIV Oil September 14. 1014, nl Wllitnood,
N. J.. TIIIIDOHF. lmabnnd of Atmlo I'm
lev Purr Scrvlcea on nidui, nt 2 p. m.,
iit.lbe funrrnl upnitmrnta of William Itnncii,
..:'.'!!. '? .Ohi'd ne Intrmunt prlinte.
1 ! ,.,,.,,f?'...'J.n. MenipnUipr hi. foil, HARRY
I. VWItiLS'ci: IMMtVIS Jr ami or ,v.ri n
mi'l Hnrrv L. Pun la, nRpd 3 monlba Fli
nt ml scrilcpa on Sunday, nt 2 p m., nl Iho
residence of his parcnta, 2120 .North 2th at
RANDALL At tho reslilenro of her ton.
Howard rj. ftnndnll, nt Stnofivllli Itu
,.?.m,l,V. .'?.'.. r.?n Wcslnasilny. cptamlipr III,
'4, RACHrL A RANDALL widow of
tr iiIkii Rnndnll nuod 2 inns 1 niontlia.
uiiorul from Thompson Memorial church,
Lower Solehurv Fn , on Snturdav. Stpt. 10
nt 11 n. m.
JwiV t'M-iiD" Rn7,'Jt -M,lry ' nn'' h" Into
... n? ,K' ""llelntlies nn.l frlemla nro
liiiitpil to attend funeral srrvlrce, nn Thins,
day nfternnon. nt 2 nVlnelc piprLely. nt Ilia
latp realdpntj. IO110 North 13th it Interment
nuni ii iiiuihhj i;nmporv.
Itl-IIV.-SARAH ItRI.V, 71) oar..
,!ii'v!'fiiM RcHmO; '' SPlemiier 14. 014. '
, 'm,'" '.."' rn"' "'"'".liter of the late I
pV",'milW';"f,.,,1,1,"1 "minnh L.vvl, WlatJ?
?"lvnlp U'hl-nm i: Hoaeia. Interment
010 Hniilli 1
lilLMANO.- ANGHLO ROMANO, 8 yeara,
KI5 South 0th et.
HOONRY.- -On September 14, 101 i. HAN
NAH, wlfo of James lloonry I unarM on
Tnuraday. nl fi'30 n m., from 1740 Wyllo at
Solemn Illajli Masa of Requiem at tho Church
of tho Gcsil nt 10 a. m. Interment Holy
Illl(IT.--On September 13, 1014, RMMA M.,
wlfi of Orlow H Root. Funeral tcrvltea on
Thursday, at 2 10 p m.. nt her late., esl
tlcne, 2.S0S Hollin et. Interment nt Mount
Fcai c Cemetery
SALMN LOUIS SAI.VIN, 40 cars, 73S
HFLLKlt On Septpmbpr in. 101 1, nt the
William I. Flklna Mnamilr cirpluiiKiKP.
ANNA 1ANI1, wire of William . Scelrr.
ni?pd i,s viara. Funpral aorvlcps on I rldnv,
prpcl'Pl nt 2 p ni.. ut tho OnilidliHR'', llrond
nnd cnuga at.. InlnrmPiit nt Mount Fearu
HllF:i.l.ilon September III, 1011, HOWARD
HUNT, ami or I'.rrv V. D. and Floremo
Hunt Slielli. nitcd to months. Funeral airv
Icoa on Frlrlaj, nt 2 30 p in., at itrnnd
I.nrentB' rrs'ninrp ."nj llano at, tlerin.nn
iiuui. Intpriii'-iit prliatp.
SIM LI. DAVID HHULL, 1"! eara, (111
SIMII'.IL- On September II. 1011, LAM
lit: 111 SlMll'.R. Iii hi. iC,ih vrar. Funernl
rrr nos at the f 'linn It of tho Good Sl.eplijrd,
Rosemont, Fa , on -l hutsdnv nt ' 11 . 'n
lornvnt nt the CMir"h ot tho llcdccmcr Cem
ptery. Itrj n Mun r. Pa.
SMI I II At Tiilljtnnn. t'n , on September 11.
1011 JAMR1 11 SMITH, foimorly of .Moorcs.
town N. J ni'ed m v. nr I utiiM'
nn Krldnv. nt 2. (I 11 111. nt tlio ro'ldence nf
Rlmpr i:. Jphnaon. Tullvtonn, Fa. Interment
nt Tiillvtovvn ivmct'ri.
M'l.l.ti AN. A hla rt bIiIpiipo. rt2" Cherry
I., Camilrh N. .1. S'eOt 1! 1011 JOHN L.
husband of lniy iillluii ni?p.l 27 venr.
One notice rr tho unefi! will bp ulven
r',rilllll.. On SpptPinbi - ID 1014 SOFltfA
wll. hi ian in.ppii -.vni. mi in opt ,,in
v'i f'unrril ppr I p mi iturdnv. nt 2
m nt bpr litp i-ialliiit. 12' I I'olnt llrcpo
, VLI IIP 1
SI I.Ltt AN KATII MUM!
wnrs U.n4 Tl 1 tm son '.
TAIIII . SOFIA TAIIIIA. H ears,
M I.I.1VAN 20
TAYWin HENRY TAYLOR, on yeara, iuj
TKKSK. CAftoMNH TKESC, 57 Jtnra, 221C
Raat Oimberland at.
TOMIKRT. MAllfin TOL11ERT, 80 year
17.11 Bllaworth at,
TRKINAN. CATHAR1NI3 TRRINAN, 01
inrt, 2121 K. Hoston ftvo.
MHITMGHi:. On September IR.IOll.MAIttA
A , wlfo of Rv. Franklin R. Whltmore. 111
nernl aervleea nt hr huabamt's' realdence,
7015 Germantown nve., chestnut Hill, on
Friday, nt 11 ft. in. Interment ot Ivy Hill
V4IHMAN. On September II, 1014, AMRLtA
, , wlfo of Augusto WlJman. Funeral asrv
tn on B'rld.ny, at 2 p. m., at 2410 N. Wnr
iiopk st. Interment private at Nortlnvool
11,11. MAI.IiT WILD. 83 yeara, 2E0O North
i'lLKS .TAKT3 WILMS, 31 jeara, 1817
irilHKOW On September 13, lot 1. SARAH
II., widow of Andrew J. Wlthrow. IlelntlieH
nml friends nre Invited lo nttend the funeral
Hrvl'CR. on Friday evenlnir. n o'clock, nt
her late resident p. S4'l North Preston at.
Interment private nt Flensniitvllle, N. J.
VlOLF. On September 1", lflt. FRANK
WOLF, r . In hla (I1a pnr. rnneral Berl
ins on Saturd.nv. nt 2 p in., nt his late real
dence. 1n2l .tetTcraoh st. Interment prliatp.
WRIGLRV. On September 14. 1014, JOHN
JAMKS. husband of Sarnb Anna Urlglpy,
BRed 4S vpnra pprvlrca on Thuraday. nt t
p. m . at 311,2 Tnmpn at. Sorvlcea In St. Na
thanlel'a church at 2 13 p m. Interment
wi'lisr. In IVnn'H Manor, on Seiitember
10. 1011. RLMIHA S., wife of Fred tl.
Uurst, In the 13th year of her one. Funeral
from her husbnnd'a resitl'iice. in Fetm'a Ma
nor, on Saturday, nt 2 p. m. Interment tit
7,AI:NGRRLI:IN on September 10. 1014,
III Dol.l'll bPlovpd liusbiind nf Kntharlii
aeiixei 1'ln, nK"'l 47 vpnra Funeral Satur
iln ot On m . rrom 271s Jeffrson at.
Solemn Re'iiilem Mass nt In n. in. nt St.
LiihviIk'h Chun Ii Interment at Holy Seput
. hri tViiu'pn
y.l ItLK. LOL'IS ZURRK, 4S sears, 21
L'Ol h an. I
35 ciri 1103
Store Opens S.30 A. M.
nuMign mm um.iwtwcaiMWJ.AiHutiaiJ.iiM'Jii tin,.!! !! vimji
Store Closes 5.30 P. M.
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.... n h si nn 11,1111213 h
n Stii .tnnn lVu 51 is OQ CB Wl E'
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1 1 i 'iijjfli mini ra n m un iiini '
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Grand Organ Recitals 9, 11 and 5.15
A mew collectioini of vomen's feSfl and winter coats In very
fashSoirialble lines. They range frcm $25 for tihiree
qaDarter leng-th, roajgin, slimrdy diagonal cheviots,
to $67.5 iror very liandsomme black velvet, of
imported material, In Rediogote style,
(First Floor, Central)
A showing, not a posing, of new autumn fashions in the
Little Gray Salons. These costumes include a
Barge number of authentic dresses in winter
fashions, as well as American copies.
(First Floor, Central)
Brand-new collection of men's London top coats made
by the famous Kenneth Durward and priced $32 each
(Subivuu Gallery, Chestnut)
LARGE GOING SALES
Housewares Cut Glass
New and delightful lace and chaff oro waists for women, some never
sfaowira before, $6 to SI 2.
(Third Floor. Central)
A large, unusual showing of miew Mack suaiongs nd dress goods
sneluolang a number of imported things, 50c to $3
(First Floor, Chestnut)
A speeisl sale ov men's fall knitted neskties aft 3 for SO
Neckties in th new autumn
soinrae are "seconds.'
Hower Price Store,
(Subway Uullery, Market)
e new French hats having arrived, the Wunnmnkor showins of
v frail millinery has been bet for next Monday, September 21.
A fine new Jot of Khiva Bokhara caripets just come into &.
Orients! Rug Sale, $0S to $97. SO? ateesVft- xJttml 8 feet,
Fifth Floor, Market
Ail extraordinary disposaJ of certain patterns of imoorted
silverware m the shape of meat platters fiowSJ
vases, compotes, fruit baskets, eandl
slicks ana other pieces. Prices
reduced about onethird.
(Jewelry Stvic, Chestnut & Thirteenth)
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