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EVimiyq LEDQER PHILADELPHIA, THUBSDAY', SEPTEMBER 17, 11)1.
CALL FOR ITALIAN
TO MEAN EARLY WAR
CHAUFFEUR WRECKS AUTO
TO AVOID COLLISION
Drives Machine Agnlnst Trolley Pole
ind Prevents Hitting Tftxlctib.
PrivlnR lili automobile Into n trolloy
t nip to oscnp' Ptnoh ns Into n tiirkMb
nl tiUlit nt Sixteenth ni Pi'Htmit
Mirot, John Kot. n i liAiilYrtir, tinrnnlv
mlMdl InlurliiK his ptnpl".rM Morton
Knhn. mid Miss Orflcc HemliiKWax, the
The rlslit front nhecl was torn from
the nmchlno with the pcept1on of the
huh. nnd the orrupntiN pip niniost
luirlrrt over thp iin1hlplil. K.ihn ,cn
sUiiipcI miiPli iiiystorj In rolinertfon with
Hip apclrlent hv teniovhut nil inn k of
idptitlflentloti from thp vipcknl nn- nn
i and lorklits them In a box on the m K
1 of the car.
Knhn I. connected with Hip firm of
Solomon Knhn Son. furnltine dent"
notified to report oil September Z, accord- ' SIS Went riltnrd hmmiiip. Up IK h 2-"
North TlliriPrnin Ftrcri. nun .ni" urm
! Iiteunv nt 1540 Notth .Vliietpentli trpt
Martial Spirit Rife in Italy
and Troops Are Held
Ready to Quell Disturbances.
LONDON, Sppt. 1.
in I'aHs have been
Ins to a dispatch lo the T'lPRKipti. They
expect that Italy will enter- the war.
110.MK. Sept. K,
Strong forees of troops are held In
reserve, not alone In Home, but in nearly
all of the larger Italian cltlrx, to quell
preadins nntUtieiilrallty drmntitrntl"tia.
Thero seems lo be a ffenernl concerted
movement, the source of which feivmlrn
hidden, to force tlia hnnd of the (tavern
ment. make it repudiate Its Triple Al
liance treaty obligations nnd amalgamate
with the alllci nsalnst Germany and
The Goernment. up to the prexent, has
refused to be Impressed with the naltn
tlon, and has constantly Insisted that the
original proclamation of neutrality M to
be rlcldlv adhered to. However, there
are extremely Mronc rumors that rhanKe.i
In the cabinet are Impending, and If they
come It Is exppcted the government will
be forced to tnk .leflnltp action.
A number of newspaper todnv print
torles declnrlnc the Ita'.lnn military at
tache at Berlin has left there after
vigorously objecting to sevpre criticism of
Italy's attitude by lilsh court olllrlals.
None c.f these storing Is conflrmpd by the
Marquis PI San Glullano, th Italian
Foreign Minister, ha tendered his resig
nation, but It has not yet been accepted.
He Is one of a veiy small group of
Italian statesmen who believe that Italy
Is morally bound to support the Triple
It Is "Innlflennt to note that a feellnu
of hostility has sprung up ncalnst the
foreign minister This Is said to be
shared even by other members of the
Cabinet. Should the foreign minister
withdraw his duties would devolve upon
Premier Salandro. who Is looked upon us
being In favor of "a government policy
which would he more popular."
Baron Macohlo. the Austrian Ambassn
dnr. and H. Do Flotow. the German Am
basador have exhausted their diplo
matic resources to force Italy to declare
hers-elf openly in favor of Austria and
The chauffeur was cnhlpllinpiiti i l
Mr. Knhn. Up said that had tlim Mip.k
the talcah they could not li.ne oui.l
The accident occurred nt 10 sn u'llnik
ami the car was not removed until this
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S. P. C. A. Wants Motor-Driven Patrol
A ommtttee representing the Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
nXcoiuUtlnK of S B Rutherford. William
VPhUUps and H l-fi-per. .Ir. called on m.
Vetar.-Pftr today and requeued that
a n Ttor-dr-ven patrol be 2ipn to the
Tacom pn'i. station Tli" .committee
feinted o it that the district, In which are
ircluded Bust'eton Summerton. Fox j
chase and I-awndal and which comprises
S3 square mile. is entlrel too large to
permit the empioment of horses, par
ticular! in view of the hard roads they
PINCHOT IN ELK COUNTY:
MAKES MANY SPEECHES
Arrives in St. Mnry's After Visits to
Half a Dozen Towns.
.-T MAHY'S lu . Sept IT -lliffnid l'ln
chot. tatilldnte tor fulfil M.tH-e Sen
otor. arrived with his purt.v at noon today
fiom riirit Mines In touring car. The
St. Man's band, together with about 0
school children and reception commute!,
ench benrlng n stnall flitted Stutm IlnK.
met the vlsltois and esmrted them to the
oi s.ippn uii pj.!;p rtiuptpuu.i eiJ,
nn nudleiu.. of several tliousond persons.
Later an Informal leceptlou was held on
the spneloiis porch of the hotel, and Mr.
l'lm-hnt was Introduced to a latge tniiii
liot of voters.
At 12:-W n lHticilit ftt which the in
ception conunlttep nnd n large number
of friends were preent was sered In the
parlors of the hotel.
Mr. I'lnchot had touted through On -Imls,
Shawmut. Hruekport. Weedxlllo,
Kersev nnd Ilngus Mines nnd delivered
nn address at each of these p'aoes. lie
left St. Mnry's ot 2 15 p m. for Hldgwuv,
.Tnhnsnnbur?. Holfe and VI1 ox. and was
nccompanled n far as Hldgway hv ev
eral local politicians.
AUTO WRECKED AGAINST TROLLEY POLE
View of Morton Kahn's roadster at Sixteenth and Chestnut streets after
accident caused by his swerving to avoid a taxicab.
SHOT BY HER ADMIRER,
GIRL DIES IN HOSPITAL
have to traerse in answorii:
WASHINGTON. Sept. 17.
For eastern Pennsylvania Increasing
cloudiness followed b. showers Friday
nnd In smith portion tonight; moderate
For New Jersey Rain tonight and prob
ably Friday: not much change in tern
pcrature. The southern storm has mi. vert inland
oer Georsia nnd is losini; eneruy. Ail
danger to vessels has npparentlv paused
and warnings htte hewi ordered down
along the South Atlantic coast. Th
storm ha- been attended hv moderately
heavv rnins which hnve covered the en
tire Atlantic slope from Vlrcinln south
ward. High barometer continues over the
northeastern portion of the muntry at
tended bv fair weather and moderate tem
peratures. Thunderstoims continue In
Iowa. Minnesota and Wisconsin and the
temperature has fallen rapidly in thoss
Btates during the last 21 hours
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M'CORMICK AND PALMER
SPEAK TONIGHT AT SCRANTON
They Attend Convention of Stn'
Federation of Democratic Clubs.
SiT.ANTnN. r.i Setit IT -Th- .mil
vention of the Pennsylvania Fedeintlon
of Democratic Clubs began its sessions
here this morning at the Hotel t'asev.
The session was devoted to rectlving cre
dentials of the delegates. Leonard Levy,
vice president of the federation, is nn
nctlve candidate for the presidency to
succeed V. U. Wilson. Secretin v of I.i
bor. Mr Wilson, ns well as the Dem
ocratic candidates foiigiessmiiu A.
Mitchell Palmer for the Senate and
Vnnce McCormlck for riovernot. are at
tending the convention and will speak at
a mass-meeting In Town Hall tonight.
The lien! committee lias allotted in uitn
utes of the program tor woman suftiage
200 TEMPERANCE ADVOCATES
IN POLITICAL DISCUSSION
Liquor Opponents at Harrisburg Will
Nominate Candidate for Governor.
IIAUKIsnrn'S Pa . Sept 17-HetWfcn
;C"i and n.0o t-mpeinnce advocates from all
p.i'ts of the State ahsemble.l at the Bojid
of Trade Huildin this, afternoon to dis
cuss tii" political situation, with the pui
poe of indorsing a Governor and prob
ably a I'nlted Stntes Senator and Con
Tho meeting tesnlted from activity the
last month on part of the Pennsylvania
Anti-Saloon League, but opponents of the
iiilUQr tratllc- of all shades of belief are
Hohert Ritchie, a leading Anti-Saloon
League worker In Bever Count. who
lilglnuted the cull for the conference.
W8 temporary chairman, and E. U.
rtuekalow. of the Scranton Y. M C. A..
was permanpnt chairman. The confer
ence Included n number of winen
Chairman Bucknlow refened to Brum
baugh and McCormlck as 'the splendid
educator from Philadelphia ' and "the
nonlest speeinien uf manhood the public
ha- ever had the privilege of voting for
This nus HppliuU-d. Buckalew was np
pluudtd for discarding Senator Peni,e
as unworthy of coiihidprntlon.
Mention of Congressman Palmer
bi ought (.nine applause, but when Gilford
Pirichot was named, the crowd clappid
vlKorouslv and broke Into cheers.
Robert Ritchie, of Reaver, was elected
eorftlni.. Resolutions were adopted ilu
rgardlng l party principles nnd it.Mpt
Iiib onl moral Issues In recommendiiis
candidates, and favoring county incm op
tion as a step toward State nnd national
pionlliitinii The resolutions weie offered
by . P. Johnson, of Bristol
Who Inflicted Fatal Wounds
lie nh claimed the second Uctltn of the
double shooting on July 55, nt Oerninti
town avenue nnd nakdnlo street, when
Agnes Wnlsli. enrs old. of 2.M! Xorth
T'lith street, expired at the Kplscopnl
The young woman was shot by her
admirer, M. Weslev Whniton. 12 years
old. Tlioy luil iiunrii'lid and separated
mil another innn was paying attention
to her. burton, who lived at HliK N'orth
F ghth Mreet, accosted her on the stteet,
and when she refused to return to him
(hot her down. He then turned the re
vnUer uii hlnielf nnd died of his wounds
It few ilnj s later.
NIGHT SESSIONS FOR SENATE
Democrats Plan Drastic Action
Break Republican Filibuster.
WASHINGTON , Sept. IT.-Dptcrmlned
to meet th Repiibllinn tlllbuster against
the rivir and harbor bill with drastic
m tlon, Democratic Senators todav
PATROLMAN DENIES HE
TRIED TO SELL CHANCES
Other Accused Members of Force Also
Appear Before Police Board.
Patrolman Matthew K. Dutterlng, of
the Fifteenth street and Sn.uler avenue
station, denied today that ho had tried
to sell chances at a block party on August
27 dm lng his tr.nl before the Police Bonrd,
made up of Cnptnlns Tempest nnd Davis
and Lieutenant Dlnlocker. Dutterlng was
accused of threatening Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Slcsser. of 2719 Ringgold street,
when thev declined to buy a "paddle."
Dutterlng declaied that he had not been
near the block party on the night of
John S. Collins, nn engineer on the
potlce bont King, accused of Insubordina
tion by Lieutenant Walsh, of the King,
testllled he had refused to obey Walsh's
order to tiiin over his keys because he
considered It dangerous to leave the boat
without uii engineer.
William H. Adams, of the Twentieth
nnd Heiks streets station, and Kdward
latined to begin night sessions, tonight N- , 0j t-,,-e Tv!0tih and Pine stieets
f .... call. I.i V.,,1 .flll.l.. tl.n ... , .In. .i- I "--'. . . , M
If possible, but within thp npxt day or
two in nnv event. Senntor Shepp.'ird. o'
Timis, who has been nctlve In the fight
to pass the bill, was delegated to obtain
signatures of those Senators who would
fierce to attend night sessions so as to
nsure a quorum.
Senator I",enyon. of Iowa, today con
tinued his attack on the bill. This is the
fourth day that he has occupied the
I station, weie accused of neglect ot duty
, Lieutenant Tryon testified he had found
Nelson drunk when he went to the Nel
son home to see wny lie ram mneu 10
report at the police station. The testi
mony was submitted to Director Porter
for final action.
MT. LASSEN'S NEW FISSURE
Ash-lnden Vapor Escapes From West
Side. Below Summit Crater.
MIXI'ItAL. Cal . Sept. 17 -Vast quan
tities of ash-lnden stam vapor nte es
enping todav hk n nsult of a violent
eruption vpnteidnv nt La.n Peak. The
vapor I? escaping from the west side of
the mountain below the rim of the sum
mit crati r. The indications are that the
crater will Mil up and that future erup
tiuns wl.l occur through the new Assure.
WOMEN GET BERTHS WITH CITY
Mrs. Mary E. Pnssmore Is Named
PieslilPiit Judge Hi pun. of the Mimic
ipu1 Court, todav nnnouncid the appoint
ment of Mis Mary K Pussmnro, .WkI
Powolton avenue, as probation otllcer, at
a salary of $200 a. year. Mrs. Passmoie
will tnkp i barge of juvenile delinquents.
Miss Florence Conroy, of 13n0 Kerbnugh
street, was appointed stenographer for
tho Juvenile Coutt ut a salary of Vu10.
Miss Conroy was originally nttnehed to
the House of Uctentlon. but left some
time ago to toko another position.
MANY BAR APPLICANTS FAIL
1 'tea r
' 1 r.U 1 '
P clnu 'y
P o. u4y
LOCAL FII.E RKCOfJF)
LONDON BANKERS STILL
DISCUSS THE LOAN PROBLEM '
Cannot Apree to Extension Without j
Aid of Government.
I.nND'iN'. Sept 17 Thrognmrton -t..t
er,ntinu4 iheeiful today, but tiaditu in
se' irit was not brisk Tne Sto k Kx-
change Committee and the but.U,i- ,i
xperoneing dltllculty in agreeing r,-u inl
ine the qiiation of outstanding loans
The bankers are maintaining that it
wou'd be Impossible to consent to an
exunnon of all loans for a ear without
a guarantee i,v the Government.
Tho public showed a disposition to ex
ercise more caution pending the ri''elit
of freah news regarding the figniing
Rates for hills were easy at S pel lent.
for three months. In spite of the fa 't
that the Bank ot Kngliind rate remalnd'-d
The state of the British Treasury hii:
issue has made a great Impression The
French (iovernment is prepailns to pla- u
yeorlj S per cent treasury bills here.
Fewer Than Half of -100 Candidates
Passed State Board Test.
There, Iris been an unusunllv huge num
ber of f.-illutes of applicants for admis
sion to the Bar at the State Boanl K
ainlnatlon, and of l0 students examined,
fewer than tlftv per cent, obtained the
necessury nveuige to piocure certltlcates
Tho examination, which under the, new
rule of the Hoard bus been made quite
sevpre, ptoved u Mumbling block to the
tuajoilty of tile students who believed
themselves equipped with sulllelent knowl
edge of the law to obtain tho right to
prxrtho in tho courts of this State
Although the t-Numlnntluu took place
in the summer, theio hus b;en no pub
lication of tho complete list of those
who passed and thos-o who failed The
secietury of tho State Board Is cimilps
I. McKePhnn. who bus law olllces In
the Wtst Knd Trust Building The rc
tetan of the Philadelphia County Board
1 1- V.tie't L. Molse t'nder the law all
-' id, nts have to take the etnte cvunjiiu
t on. i I '1
MANY MEN ENTOMBED
IN KENTUCKY COAL MINE
Rescuers and Equipment Are Hurried
to Scene of Explosion.
KNOXVILLK. Tenn.. Sept. 17. Word has
been received here of nn explosion In a
coal mine at Hockport, Ky. Rescuers
nnd equipment have been sent to the
The dispatch received heie asked for
Inlp nnd stntcd only that a numbei of
men had hcen entombed by an explosion.
NO ACTION ON RATE CASE
UNTIL EARLY IN OCTOBER
Officials Close to Commission Think
New Henrinff Will Be Held.
WASHINGTON, Sept 17. The next step
in the now live per cent, advance rate
case will not be taken until the eatly
part of October, Intetstate Commerce of
ficials today said. Then the commission
will consider the petition of the Knstern
rallionds for a leopenlng of their case.
Olllclnls close to members of the com
mission expressed the opinion that the
case will be reopened and a date set for
the new hearing.
PRESIDENTIAL TENT FOLDED
Canvas Covering Removed From
White House Lawn.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. President
Wilson has folded his tent.
No longer does the canvas covered sum
mer olllce stnnd on the rear lawn of the
White House. It .was lemoved today.
The President will not miss It much.
As a matter ot fact It was not a suc
cess. T'pscted under his orders In otder
to give him a cool ictieat In which to
work on hot days, it failed of Its pur
pose It was not a cool retreat The
mslde office was coolpr.
Diplomatic Character of Mis
sion Will Precju.de Pro
test Against Alleged Ger
man Cruelty at Public
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.-The Belgian
commission which came here to present
to President Wilson evidence of alleged
German atrocities In Belgium today went
to Mount Vernon nnd placed wreatha on
the tomb of Washington. No public meet
ings will be nttended by any of the com
missioners, nor In any other way wilt
they depart, while In this country, from
their diplomatic character, It was an
nounced. They will return to New York
by way of Philadelphia preliminary to
sailing for Belgium next week.
"We are grateful to President Wilson,"
snld Counsellor of State Paul ttyman to
day, "for the kind reception given us,
nnd we aie deeply appreciative ot the
mnnner In which our vlsft hns been re
ceived by the American people. We go
today to lay a tribute of flowers nt the
tomb of Washington, chief ot tho founders
of jour Republic, on behalf of the Belgian
"We shall not address any meetings In
this country. Tho chief mission with
which we were entruste'd has been in
formed nnd within a few days we shall
sail ftoni New York for home. We shall
stop first nt Philadelphia and shall prob
ably remain In New York several days
pi lor to sailing.
"How long the war will lost or what
will be Its testtlts for Belgium we cannot
pi edict. Belgium hns suffered much and
all because through the violation of Its
neutiullty by one ot the very powers
that guaranteed Its neutrnllty, It has
hern forced Into this war."
WAR MAY RECONCILE
CHURCH AND THE STATE
Heroic Work of French Nuns and
PAIUS, Sept, 17. War may reunite
church and stale In France.
Hundreds of nuns havo been recalled
from IJelglum, to which country they
Vtcro expelled when tho religious orders
were dissolved, and are working as hos
Moreover there nre 22,000 monks on the
battlefields. It Is thought Impossible that
the heroic work of both nuns nnd monks
should be lost on a public which is ever
quick to recognize devotion to duty.
Probably the Concordat In France will
never he seen ngaln, but under a new
Pope It Is believed that tho war will In
duce a better understanding betwepn
church nnd Government. Churches still
will remain (he property of the state.
There will nt least be nn era In which
not onty national monuments, like Notre
Dame, but all churches will he main
tained nnd repaired nt pilbltc expense.
SENDS APOLOGY FOR
Ambassador Spring - R5Ce
Expresses H i s Govern
ment's Regret for Attack
On Wilson by British Dip.
LOW WATER CLOSES MILLS
Nearly 400 Persons In Manayunk
Plants Made Idle.
Nearly 100 persons were thrown out of
work today by the closing of several
Manayunk mills on account of the lack
of water In the canal. I'nless rain comes
to their relief none, of tho manufacturers
will be able to operate for at least several
Thoe most seriously affected nre yarn
and plush manufacturers, who say that
this Is their busy season. The water Is
ten Inches below normal In Flat Hock
Dam. nnd unless It soon rises It in be
lieved that more mills will have to close.
LETS GAS ESCAPE. LIGHTS
MATCH, IN SUICIDE ATTEMPT
When Explosion Falls, Man Is Ar
rested for Beating Wife.
An attempt to kill himself and family
by tilling a loom with Illuminating gas
and then striking a match, led to the
nnest of Henry Orth. oT years old, of
4sdS Garden street, Brldeshurg. last night.
Ho was held this morning by Magistrate
Campbell, of the Frankford pollcp sta
tion, facing a charge ot assault and bat
tel v. preferred by his wife.
Mrs. Orth's cries attracted Policeman
Hnrmnn. He broke Into the house and,
after lesculng the woman nnd her chil
dren from the gns-fillfsl room, arrested
Orth. The man, who Is a stone mason,
was formerly employed in the Frank
ford arsenal, wheie he doubtless secured
the shell with .vhlch, it Is allged, he first
attacked his wife.
THIS CANDIDATE A HIGH FLYER
Andrew, of Massachusetts, to Cam
paign for Congress in Aeroplane.
BOSTON. Sept. 17 -Campaigning In an
acioplane Is one of the latest novelties
in political stumping In Massachusetts.
A. riatt Andrew, candidate against Con
gressman Gardner for the Republican.
nomination for Congress, hns made ar
rangements to sail In n Burp.s-Wrlght
biplane piloted by Clifford Webster from
one town to another throughout his dis
trict. Andrew has planned to gpt an early
stall from Marblehcnd Saturday foje
noon and fly to Swampscntt for his first
Fletcher Commands Atlantic Fleet
NBW YORK. Sept. K.-Renr Admiral
Prank P. rietcher, who commanded the
1'nlled States Hoot at Vera Cruz last May,
was Installed ns Commander-in-Chief of
the North Atlantic fleet at the New York
Navy Yard today.
Metal and Slag
Roofs Are Standard
RESIDENTIAL WORK A
Crescent Compound keeps roofs
watertight for five years, and is
Real Estate Roofing Co.
2343-2349 Wallace St.
Htl! Poplar 1007 Keuttone Ract 36i
SECRETARY DANIELS TO SPEAK
Other Prominent Officials Will At
tend Navy Yard Ceremonies.
An event of Importance In the Philadel
phia Forwatd Movement will take place
on Monday nt League Island, when
ground will be broken by Director Geoige
W. Norrls for the now shlpwnya to be
constructed nt the Navy Yard. Secre
tary of the Navy Daniels will be present
nnd make the principal address. Among
others who will nttend will be Assistant
Secretary of the Navy Franklin I). Roose
velt, the members of the House Commit
tee on Naval Affairs, Mayor Blankenhurg
nnd his Cnbln.et nnd nil the members of
Councils. A number of business men's
associations have also been Invited to
nttend the ceremonies.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT. JR.,
WILL JOIN LOCAL FIRM
Will be New York Manager for Mont
gomery, Clothier & Tyler.
Theodoie Roosevelt. Jr. eldest son of
former President Roosevelt, will beco"j
associated with the ilrm of Montgomery,
Clothier & Tyler, Investment bnnkers, ot
l.Tt-Itt South Fourth strept. and will be
resident manager of the New York branch
of the Mint, which will be opened In tho
Robert I.. Montgomery, the head of the
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1".-The Brltl.h
Government today, through AmbassaT.
Sprlng-Rlce. apologized and tZiiuul
great regret to the American Governmin
for the Interview alleged to have S
given by Sir Lionel Carden. in -n.?,,?
Ctrden criticised the administration fn?
withdrawing the troops from Vera Cnii
Sir Lionel Carden was banished from
Mexico by Provisional President c
ranra. This was the aurprlslnc staii
mpnt made today by a high nm
clal. It was intimated that h.
catisp, of tho known animus of sir Utynll
Cnrdcn for the Mexican Constitutional
Government, tho Washington Admlnlstn.
tlon would take no further notice nf th
diplomat's icccnt Intprvlew In New York
In which he characterized the withdrawal
of American troops as a "desperats
Carden Is now on his wny to KnsUnd
and from there will go to Brazil where hi
hns been accredited by his Government
Cardcn'fl published criticism of with
drawal ot American troops from Mexico
was regarded In administration clrclt
today ns unfair and untrue. No official
confirmation of the widely printed Inter'
view war nt hand, government authorltlei
were Inclined to view It as the outburst
nf a diplomat, admittedly personally dfs,
gruntled nt the Cnrranza administration
A high diplomat here stated today that
ho would not be. surprised if Fram.,
should withdraw her Ambassador to Men.
Ico, because of tho treatment of nuns' and
monks by tho Constitutionalists. In dip.
lomatlc circles It beenmo more evident
that serious difficulties In securing com.
plete leCognltlon from foreign Powers
confront the Constitutionalists.
LONDON KEEPS GUARD
AGAINST GERMAN AIRSHIPS
Police Restrict Street Lights Air
LONDON, Sept 17.
Scotland Yard Issued n statement today
saying that In view of tho known power
and ranee of modern Zeppelins the Com
missioner of Police hns been advised by
the aviation department of the Admiralty
that It Is desirable to continue for the
present the diminution of lights In tho
streets and shops.
An airship will be sent for several nights
to examine London from above, but tome
time may be required for this to be car
rl"d out satisfactorily ns Intensity of the
dnrkness varies on different nluhts As a
result of this examination It Is hoped to to
able to modify certain existing restrle-
I tlnns. In the meantime, the statement
says, It Is necessary In the public Interest
that the reduction ot tho illumination of
tlrm ana tho stock Echange member.
will spend a part of his time In the of- ! streets and shops should be maintained.
nur.H in iin.1 uiiy anil part oi it in rsew
BRYAN HAS A NEW DRINK
"Villa Sorrento Limeade" Displaces
the Grape Juice.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 17.-Secietary of
State Bryan Is Introducing a new "dry" '
drink. lie calls It "Villa Sorrento
Limeade," being made of limes from
Villa Sorrento, his Florida home. Sec
retary of War Garrison suggests that It
be named "VIIIa-Carranzn-Hnpata."
The limeade Is a substitute for grape-juice.
TURKISH ARMY REPORTED
WITHIN RUSSIAN BORDER
Petrograd Hears German Cavalry
Officer Is in Command.
PETROGRAD. Sept. IT.
It Is reported by a semi-official source
that Turkey has concentrated a larja
army on the Bulgaria frontier.
General von Sanders, a Prussian cavalry
otllcer, who has been assigned to servlct
In the' Sultan's nrtny, Is expected to coip.
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UNCONSCIOUS ON SIDEWALK
Man Either Fell or Was Thrqwn
From Window .Woman Arrested.
May Allen, ti years old. 51S North Se.
entli street, today was held without hall
bv MagUtrute Belcher after Charles Rich,
".J years old. MS North Seventh street.
had either fallen or bevn thrown from
life tire fltefl 1
FOUNDED IN 1865 ADOPTED ONE-PRICE SYSTEM IN 1881
C. J. Heppe & Son 1117-1119 Chestnut Street 6th and Thompson Streets
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6 joMl-n-lS Webster it aareboune is In the Hahnemann Hospital with
, ncfs.rs" nrT.. "bik fenc" of di'eii ",,B I broken ribs, a fractured skull and Internal
in; up!"! M'rrli Oorlan Trtninj I injuries.
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man Selbman . TrWine
TO REPORT LIGHTING PROBLEM
Area May Be Erected Whole Length
of Frankford Avenue.
The lighting committee of the Frank
ford Board of Tarde will make a report
on th lighting problem of that part of
the city bt a meeting to be held tunight
at 4612 Frankford avenue.
In connection with this work, the Phila
delphia Electric Comoan Is oon to erett
ftv mple arc lights on Frankford ave
nue, north of Orthodox meet If these
prove citutsxtory similar lights will
probably be erected the entire length of
A telephone call to the Tenth and But-
tnpwood streets poire station early today
sent Special Patrolmen Barry and flark
to the Seenth street house They found
filch, scantily lad. unconscious on the
sidewalk Later May Allen was arrested
She pr nested, saying she knew nothing
of Bich's Injuries, and told the police
Rich had. given hr drugged whisky. The
police beliete she knows more than she
has told of the accident.
SOUTHERN STORM LOST ON WAY
NEW YORK. Sept 17 -The Weather
Bureau today announced that the South
ern storm had passed Inland to Georgia
and that it would lose Its Intensity.
Warning! cre ordered down to the
We have the "pianola"
in four models, the
Stroud, Wheelock, Web
er and Steinway. Prices
What great pleasure there is in knowing that
your piano has also been the choice of great musi
cians ! Chaminacle and Rosenthal enthusiastically
indorse the Stroud piano.
What greater pleasure it is to have the
"pianola" as the player in your piano! The Stroud
Pianola contains a genuine "pianola," for years
the only successful player and now the only
Best of all the price at which you can buy
this extraordinary Stroud Pianola. 5550 is the
cost. We guarantee it to be superior .to any
player-piano other than more expensive pianolas.
Write for illustrated catalogues.
C. J. HEPPE & SON
1117-1119 Chestnut St.
6th and Thompson Sts.
The Hanidlncraflt of the
Chippendale, Adam, ifiepplevhSte,
Sheraton and our own Colonial styles are
represented In the shovroonis off our
Through our Contract Department and
artist-decorators, entire rooms may
correctly portraying the chosen period.
estimates and Sketches for the Complete Furnishing
off Apartments, Club Houses and Residences in City or
Country, including Vall Papers, Interior Frescoing and
FALL OPENING NEW MATERIALS
skill off our
We will submit
as aeo Draoenes
NEW FILET NETS. Grenadines, Madras, and Scrim in While, soil
ivory and deep Ecru tones for sash and long curtains.
Beautiful Cretonne. Taffeta and Printed LINEN, in newest designs
TAPESTRIES. VELVETS AND BROCADES, for Hangings and
For nit mi re
On the floors of our showrooms may he seen the best examples of
I eriod Furniture for Country Residences and Town Houses.
Also Reproductions of American Colonial Styles at Special Low
Mahogany Gate Leg Table, 42-in. top; value $32.00 $25.00
Mahogany Desk; value ?55.00 $45,00
Mahogany Adam Dining Room Suit of 10 pieces; value $400, $345.00
Mahogany Four-Post Beds; value $75.00. Pair $60.00
English Upholstered Fireside Chair; value $32.00 $23.00
ine Antique Embroideries
we nave a very choice selection of a few valuable Tapestry
u iJ0,?er,es m .the Flemish, French and Chinese art, which
should be appreciated by collectors, and could be framed under
glass for an exceptional wall treatment.
Af . . ,.- ALSO
A limited shipment has been received from abroad of genuine hand-
Sd BulSfnan Embroidery of a more inexpensive type.
suitable for pillow tops or table covers.
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