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EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914.
LOOMS UP TO SMALL
"PORK BARREL" BILL
Determined Stand May Be
IVladc to Restore Many
I Items Eliminated By $33,
WASHINGTON1. Sept. a.-Opposlllon
In the Houo to the drastic reduction
of the rivers and harbors "pork barrel"
pproprlatlon bill from J53.000.C00 to $20,
000,000, ordered by the Senate, 27 lo 22,
late lat night, loomed up today for
midably. Senator Burton, of Ohio, leader of
the filibuster against tho "pork barrel"
bill, was given credit for forcing the
reduction ordered by the Senate. Bur
tun won his filibuster fight. The Demo
cratic leaders In charge of the bill wcrS
routed, unable to hold nil Democrats
solidly behind the bill. Fifteen Demo
crats voted with Republicans to recom
mit the bill to the Commerce Commit
tee with Instructions to reduce its total
to $20,000,000, as predicted yesterday.
Wishes of the President for exercise of
(greatest economy are. reported lo have
Influenced the split in tlio Democratic
The Commerce Committee met to pare
the bill to $20,000,000. It carried $i3,000,
COO as It passed the House, and the Sen
te committee added $10,000,000. Today
the committee was working to spread
out the $20,000,000 directed by the
Senate over the greatest number of
trojects. Continuing work on the Miss
issippi and Ohio Itlvors will bo amply
provided for, It was stated.
Whether to make the $2O,000,rO0 a lump
uppioprlatlon or divide It among con
tinuing projects specifically was tho
Question facing tho committee today.
The reduced total means that no new
projects will be authorized.
A. fight In the Houae against accepting
the Senate cut to $30,000,000 was deemed
certain. Tho House may make a deter
mined stand to restore many appropria
tion;. The new reduced bill will probably be
reported out by tho Senate committee
LEAVE FOR NEW YORK
Notables to Address Five-day Con
vention, Opening Today.
Phil-idclphla'3 reptesentatlves to the
(eventh annual convention of the Atlantic
Deper Watenvays Assoclatloiflleft Broad
Street .Station at 0:13 o'clock this mom
Ins on a special train for Xuw Yoik, moie
tlwn a hundred strong. Ey the time the
tuln teaches Xew York It will have
picked up nearlj 2W additional delegated
fiorn New Tersey cities and town.
t-'ou" of the live days of the convention
ic t) be spent on it boat, the steamer
rkshiie. The delegates will view the
.feast and Hatloni Kiveis, New Voik Bay
.and Haibor. the Statcn island Sound and
,ltaritan Bay to Pel th Amboy, N. J. They
Tvill also have thtee dujs In which to
inspect the oconco along the historic
'Hudson by daylight and stops will bo
nude at West Po"?ii. Hudson, Xewburgh.
'Kingston, T'ouniik'epsle, Albany and
Troy Adrtte&sei will be reade at Albany
h Secietary Daniels, of the Navy, and
Eecretaiy I.?ne. of the Department of the
Interior, tvlth the Governors and foimor
Governors of a number of States.
The (list session of the convention Is
fiheduled for 2 o'clock this afternoon In
the Hotel Majestic, New York, and tomoi
ioh the delegates will board the boat for
the rest of their convention. .vieniDers
nf the association fiom all the Atlantic
toat States will attend.
Among the Philadelphlans who left this
AND FLINN SPREADS
Bossism in Washington Party
Which Dictated Lewis'
Withdrawal Swings Inde
pendents to Brumbaugh.
Opposition to the Fllnn-Van Valken
burg "bosslam" In the Washington paity,
and particularly lo the airangement
Whereby William Draper Lewis was pre
vailed upon to withdraw from the
Oilbernatoriat race In favoi of Vance C.
McCormlek, the Democratic candidate,
continues to srow through the city and
The 25lh Ward Washington Party Com
mittee In this city, meeting at 2S23 Frank
foid acnue, last night denounced the
withdrawal of Mr. Lewis, lepudlated the
Washington patty and icorganlzcd Itself
Into the Progressive rtcpubilcnn League.
Following this action Dr. Martin G,
Brumbaugh was Indorsed as their candi
date for Governor.
In Montgomery County C. Ty3on Kiatz,
the only delegate to the Anti-saloon
League Convention at Hnnlsburg last
week who openly opposed the Indorse
ment of Mr. McCoimlck by the condi
tion. Is urging his political friends lo 10
volt against the leadership of Fllnn and
Vnn Vnlkenburg. In an open lcttei es
terday to William Flinn. C. A. Van
Valkcnburg, Glfford Plnchot and Wil
liam Diaper Lewis, Mr, Kiatz charges
them with being the worst enemies
Colonel Roosevelt has In Pennsylvania.
Mr. Kratz, who In 1012, as a delegate
to the Chicago Republican Convention,
battled for Roosevelt, declared that
Colonel Hoosovelt will come Into Pcnnsjl
vanla this fall to fly In the face of 00
per cent, of his own fi lends in order
to suppoit a Democratic candldato for
Governor. JXr. Kratz also speaks In
high praise of Dr. Brumbaugh.
In the Western end of the State pioml
nent Washington party 'men ate fast
rallying to thu support of Tt. It. Quay,
who last week openly denounced the deals
of the Fllnn-Van A'alkenburg "machine."
Charles Kerler, editor of the Blalrsvlllo
(Pa.) Courier, one of the main Progressive
standb.vs for Itoospvelt in 131J, In a two
column edltoilnl jostoiday discs Pio
giesslves to deert the Washington paity
"bo."ses"'and vote the Republican ticket.
II D. W. TJngl'sh, of Pittsburgh, one
of he i ite Ixiirletj III 1312, who returned
from Europe Sunday, is expected to taky
u flttind with Mr. Quay within a day or
paris "-c "v ""m- Sn n jd- irvfS?''' I
Y ALLIED -- X -"' 5. -?i
V GERMAN X3 I Jp I
The hgnting on uie Aisne, consisting of the greatest artillery duel the world has ever seen, with fierce hand-to-hand contests, continues, and
the Allies are apparently slowly making their turning movement around the German right, Von Kluk's, from Noyon and Lassigny. They also have
advanced over the'Aisne in the corner where it joins the Oise. In the centre toward Craonne, and north of Rheims, the fighting from intrenchments is of
the most severe character. Eastward slight changes have occurred in the Argonne, over a wide range of mountain and wooded country, but the relative
positions are not much altered after an eight days' battle, though the general belief is the Germans, though claiming success for their offensive movement,
are really retiring, except possibly on their left, near Verdun. v
OFFICER GIVES HIMSELF UP
AFTER SHOOTING TRAIN RIDER
Man Falls With Bullet in Hip During
After volunfatlty surrendering lo tho
Police Department, Special Officer Michael
Cm son, living at 221 Kast Clearfield
street, employed by the Heading Railway
Company, was held In I5C6 ball at the
Belgrade and Clearfield streets police sta
tlon this morning by Magistrate Camp
bell to nwalt lha lecovery of James Mo
Olnley, 20 years old, of 2i9 Cast May
flold street, from a revolver shot In the
On the night of September 1", McGlnley
nnd n companion, rtavmond Sieger, of 3033
liast Thompson street, were sighted In
the Allegheny avenue yard of the rail
road riding the bumpers of a fast freight
train loaded with valuahlo freight billed
for New York city Corson, Who Wfl
accompanied by Special Officer Slccr,
were watrhlng this train, which had been
Bubjeet to hoUoes and thieving train
riders, who stole thousands of dollars of
valuable freight Tho officers called on
the pair to surrender,
McGlnlev and Sieger .lumped, and a
chase through the ards began, the flee
ing men separating and going in opposite
directions. Cut son and McQIntey strug
gled among a lot of boxe, and In the
melee McGlnley fell with a bullet from
Curson's revolver lodged In his hip. At
the hearing Curson charged the revolver
was accidentally dlseharged. and alleged
that McGlnlev attacked him with
COLLEGE HEAD HONOKED
SOUTH ORANGE, N J.. Sept 22. Ths
Very Rev. Mons James T Mrtoney,
D. D., president of SMon Hall College,
was tendered a surprise dinner at noon
yesterday In honor of the 25th anni
versary of his ordination to the priest
hood. The faculty and several hundred
students of tho Institution presented tha
priest with an elb following the dinner.
FROM VERA CRUZ
France Lays Claim to a Por
tion of Customs Receipts to
Satisfy Loan to the Huerta
Tonn opens s.no a. m. and cr,oi: vr n-io p. m.
5 m vii, on 1'itoMJ onnnrts im.LnD ;
I'llfTord 1 nrt
TV s Harvey
Sir and Jlra K.
W n Vnderaon
Harry It Edmund"
O n nanleit
p H r.Hlngton
Jim DorothJ Ed.
' W Blinker
'aob I, IvtoM
Vls rarrtf "!mlth
Mri 1 W Rran.M
anrt Mm Mnr.
Jlrs Charles M Wes
Jllllam S tVooilnari I.M C Ileynolda
ocerr i, Shejpirrt .lohn Jaconj
Hoivaril .1 Saece- lamea n Pnnnei
r M Mia Bdn-ard Thomas DeMIn
C. C. . naWH Jr.
Miss Coin Ilaldl
I! C mlllnifi
llnbert T Coirnn
t)r and Mrs John H.
lames n I'onwaj
Geoige T. Cwllllam
Mr and MrJ- John It.
Howard O I reneh
.Hinei I, McNally
William J Hradley
lMId I I.eaa
n H I.es
I'rank U .N'a'l ...
Charles Klmer Smith
r. N Harils
Mr. and Mr' A. It.
I v rry
' Ij Hurnell
I V rirnwn
'r K rklnblne
" c a fjjh
William !: Heimrd
lames J- nyan
T-.usene riy .
.1 Hamilton Moore
Mls (.'-rrle Mrndin-
r J" Smith
V J! Iii'nh-m
r TV Summerfteld
C W Vounx
JERSEY'S HOT PRIMARY FIGHT
Gov. Fielder's Supiemacy Disputed
in Hudson Contest in Atlantic.
Trenton Bept J2 New Jersev today
' deciilliiK a primary election devoid o'
ontesta for Statewide olUces. hut full
nf local nghts which have enjnossed the
attention of the peonle duilng the last
The two chief battlesrrounds III these
fontests are Hudson Count, where a
Jitter battle for the supremacy of the
democratic Party is in progress, with
oernor Fielder's followers arrayed on
"e aide and those of Naval Officer "Witt
Penn on tho other, and In the Setond
J oneressional District, wheie a hot flght
ii1. the Republican nomination, and
!,., "e Plrant-Emerson nichaide.
'; Atlantic Citj-some days ago took re
'ourse to the courts to prevent an oppo
riiJ r,'!aac Bachaiach, alio of Atlantic
m.V" J" hav'ns his name on the ballot.
ichards lost the contest.
BOH1E JOIKS REORGANIZERS
former "Old Guard" Anntoves Cm
didacies of Palmer and McCsnuick.
thl ni"te B K' Brle- W" "'0'A" '
ret rt least 1ctlon ' tho " 's o.
2( ?!ert of the reoreanlwtloti ele
canti, the Democratic party. He rc
bi n ?ade known his poIIUcal standing
goffering a resolution at a point meet
uiii.. , ,Twnty.thlrd Ward Demo
ard ,!','; end the member of the
Dem,.- m,lt" ""PProvlng of the Stale
rT.enUH?' ?ni,the candidacies of Rep
Stat V ? Mitchell Palmer for United
4 ? Gov.!r "nd VanCe C' McC'ormlck
- ba ?l,'W,01'tllV bccaU8C e had formerly
.tord We. w"M" ' the "Old
'a of th Democratl" City Commit-
PALMER AN M'CORMICK
IN SCHUYLKILL COUNTY
Large Audiences Hear Democratic
Candidates in Anthracite Region.
POTTSVILL.E, Pa.. Sept. 22,-Enthu-siastlc
receptions were gl'ven the Demo
cratic State candidates, who swept
through Schuylkill Countv today. Chap
el oued by Congressman 15. K Lee, who
came home from Washington for the
puipose, nd the countv executive offi
cials, tho itincraiy was taken up at Ash
l.vnd, speeches being made at that town,
Giiardvllle nnd Shenandoah during lha
morrdniT hours. At noon tho State can
didates addressed a large assemblage of
miners and working people In general at
This afternoon was occupied with mass
meetings at Frackvllle, St. Claii, Schuvl
klll Havsn, Orwlgsburg and Mlnersvllle.
The Schull:ill trip will conclude at
1'oitBVilie tonight with a niass-mectlng
at llio ACddcmj of Music, which will
open what will piove one of the hottest
campaigns of yeais
Congressman A. Mitchell Palmer and
Vance McCormlek will discuss State is-
hucs. Judge IT. O. Bechtel, piesident of
tlie Schu!UlI County Courts, will preside.
LARGE VOTE ON PROHIBITION
Beautiful Weather Bring Many to
the Polls in Virginia.
RICHMOND, Va , Sept. 52. A beautiful
fall da., also "summet" hot. today
brought out an unusually heavy vote in
the special election on State-wide prohi
bition foi the Old Dominion.
Both "wets" and "drjs" weie claiming
victory, but the blight da was generally
believed to favor the white ilbbon forces
lj developing an unusually heavy coun
ti vote of faimers.
Rousing campaigns, pattlclpatcd In by
national temperance workers, closed in
alt paits of the State last night. Tha
"dis" today claimed victory by about
10 000 majority, while these favoring con
tinuance of local option claimed ths
State hv 20,000,
All saloons were cloacd today. A'otlne
began befoie G m.. and the polls te
maln open until 6 p. m,
COLONEL 0FFT0 NEBRASKA
Will Tieach Progressive Doctrine
Tonight in W. J. Bryan's Home City.
KANSAS C1TV. Mo, SN't 22 -After
calling upon the voters of Kansas and
Missouri to stand bv the Progressive
ticket in the fall election. Colonel Theo
dore Roosevelt left here for Lincoln, Neb ,
wheie lin will speak tonight. Owing to
the advice nf physicians not to put too
nnali strain on his voire If hewlshed
to preserve It in good condition for the
temalnder of his trip, it is not llkelv that
the Colonel will speak en loute to tha
home ll of William JenmnRs Br an.
'jt jou conscientiously believe In the
prinripies of either of the old parties I
do not eJpect you to vote the Progressive
ticket." oald Colonel noosevclt In his mes
sage to the voters of Kansas and Mia
slut I. "but If ou believe In the doctrines
of the Progressive party I shall e.pect
vou to vote accoiding to the dictates of
jour conscience "
PINCHOT NOT READY TO QUIT
Washington Party Leadeis Fear His
Withdrawal Might Anger Roosevelt,
Despite continued tumors that Gifford
Pinchot may be expected to withdraw
In favor of Congressman A. Mitchell
Palmer in order to unite opposition to
Senator Penrose. A. Kevin Delrlch.
Washington Partv State Chairman, and
William Flinn. Washington Party leader
in Pittsburgh, united yesteiday in de
daring that Mr. Plnchot would not
Following a Washington Party con
ference in Pittsburgh yesterday Mr
Fllnn laid that Mr. Pinchot was the
only man who could get his own name
off the ticket, and this must be done
within a given time. It is also argued
that If Mr Plnchot would withdraw
Colonel Roosevelt might not be willing
to come Into Fnns Ivania. to take the
stump for the lect!on at two Democrats,
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. P.epicsenta
tions made by the Fiench Government
regarding customs collections made by
Gcneial Funston at Vera Cruz, it was
learned today, aie postponing American
evacuation of the Mexlcon port. Until
tho financial tangle Is unravelled Funston
will not move his tioops.
Pait of the collections are claimed by
French financiers as security for a loan
to the Huerta government. That theso
claims should be Batlatlcd by Funston out
of Mexican funds he has collected, with
out bflng paid to a constitutionalist iep
resontative, Is the contention ot the
Officials today disclaimed knowledge,
and scoffed at reports of a Villa "up
ilsing" In Sonora. All consular advices,
It was stated, point to complete haimony
between Villa and Carranza. It was
pointed out that Villa personally tele
graphed such assurances to President
Wilson only a few days ago. It was also
pointed out that tho succession of rumors
ot trouble between Villa and Cananza
originated at El Paso, where a Huertlsta
junta is and has been In opeiatlon. Sec
retary of State Bryan recently Issued
public warning against placing ciedencc
in the El Paso reports.
MEXICO CITY. Sept. 22.-Plana are
being completed today for a monster re
ception to be tendered to General Villa
when he enters the city on Thursday
with SO ot his delegates, who will sit In
the convention that will choose a Pro
One hundred and thirty million dollars
In new Constitutionalist currency was put
into circulation today.
VERA CRUZ. Sept. 2.-Eight hundred
Mexican tefugees sailed for the United
States today on the steamship Mexico.
Seven hundred sailed yesteiday, includ
ing Theodore Dehesa, Governor ot Vera
Cruz, and Eduardo Tamarls. ex-Mlnlster
Tho exodus is caused by the fear that
after the American troops are with
drawn General Aguilar will attempt
eprisals upon the supporters ot former
Ingrain silk have high apllred heels,
double soles, relnfoicod Raiter tops. All
sllk-llned tops, others have cotton soles
and tops. Come In black nnd all tho
popular shades tho black, white,
smoke; in extra as well aB regular
sires. FIRST FLOOR, SOUTH
11 ATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE
Market Eighth Filbert Seventh
Help furnish your home with some
of tho many attractive things you
can get with filled books of
It's far bettor merchandise than
other trading stamps secure.
9 n mm e
I W$L ' $ZW
omens ana m
$18.50 Values, $12.50
sses' Autumn Suits
$27.50 Values, $20
Two Fine Special Lots Replete With Nexv and Smart Style Tendencies one of Each
The Suits at $12.50 ! The Suits at $20.00
Are of cheviot in newest Fall
shades with velvet trimmed 46-inch
coats of the new Redingote effect,
lined to waist with guaranteed
satin; skirts in one of the prettiest
arc medium-weight serge, gabardine and cheviot, in Hunter's green, dark
brown, navy blue, the new Holland blue and black.
Show extreme English cut-away or flaring-skirted Russian coats. Some
are trimmed with silk braids, velvet bands, cord ornaments, fur cloth "ti
collars and eufl"3. The skirts show new side plaited or yoke top effects. Jj
Women's & Misses' Ne
$16.50 Values, $12.98
u ttt J QO cheviots, kersey and other fashion
Al J)l.70 able coatings, showing the new box-
plaited backs, plush trimmings or vel
vet collar and broad revers. Come in blue, brown,
gray, green and oxford many are lined to waist
with yarn dyed satin
Autumn Top Coats
$25 Values, $18.50
ii ClQ Kfi There are several striking models in
A I OlO.wll pebble cheviots and Scotch Mixtures of 1;
rich colorings. Kipple bacK and redtn- Jt,
gdftc fashions, many richly trimmed with fur cloth or X
plush and lined to waist with guaranteed satin. -,,
SECOND FLOOR "H
ITALIAN VOTERS ENLISTED
TO END AGAINST PENROSE
League Adopts Resolution to Oppose
Despite the thieats of Ihe Republican
Organization leaders of South Philadel
phia to bieak up a meetlns or the Italian
Political League, which was held last
nlsht at 731 Carnenfr street, several hun
dred Italians attended the meeting and
adopted a resolution, unanimously pledR.
ItiB themselves to work and fight to Ihe
end against the re-election of Senator
Joseph rerslcliettl, chad man of the
league, presided over Iho meeting and
urgently pleaded for the elimination of
Peliroseism and Vorelsm. Upon hi sug
gestion a resolution was can led to the
effect that no parties be indorsed until
the neM meeting, which will take place
W M. ilarello urged that votets unite In
full force for good government. Other
speakers were Joseph Tumollli. Thomai
S. Rusio and Henry di Berarblnl.
Handsonie Beaded Tunics
$12 to $35 Values at
$7.98 to $18
Special for the Opening Display and
These are all imported tunics, ex
quisitely pailletted in white, crystal, sil
ver nnd pastel sequins, on white, or
The latest pointed, straight and coatee
Exactly one hundred hardly
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any two alike
You could choose nothing more fash
ionable or more beautiful for the new
evening gown. This special lot saves
you from one-third to one-half on the
price. One sketched.
j Charm and Variety Reign in Our Millinery
j;j Here are hats so totally different that you would hardly believe r
the same workroom had produced them all.
Huge sailors and little toques, with Inah trimmings or flat ornamen
tations are shown in impartial profusion.
Sketch shows one of the many very nevv and smart tricorn
turbans, with an ostrich pompon trimming. Tinted plumes
of delicate pinks, greens and amber are salient note of the
handsomer millinery. But then
to view the whole collection is like turning the leaves of mi intcresl-
s in a book.
Something new on every side! Always fashions that arc orig
inal and appealing. This applies to all our hats, from the costliest
down to those in our
Famous $4,98, $5,98, $6.98
and $7.98 Displays
We are also specialists in mourning hats, millinery for elderly women, young
folkB hats and bonnets, at medium prices.
ASKS PALMER TO RETIRE
"Washington Party Committee Wants
Only One Antt-Penrose Candidate,
The 2(th Ward "Washlnston parts nm
mittee has adapted resolutions calling
upon Congressman A Mitchell I'almri to
let! re aB a candidate for the United State?
Senate and commending William Draper
Ufinis for retiring. The committee also
has Indorsed Vance C McCormlek as its
nominee for Governoi
This action was taken last night at tha
opening of Ihe new lieadquai tera at IQth
street and Lancaster avenue. The city
committee was icquested to ask all waid
committees to join in a petition to Mi.
Palmer to wlthdiaw so that the anti
Penrose vote may unite on one Senatorial
candidate. T. Henry Walnut was in
dorsed for re-election to the Legislature
llr. C. B. Baker presided.
1000 FIRE CAUSED BY RATS
A fire of unknown origin caused con
siderable damage to an empty house, 3200
South Eleventh, street. The house was
a two-story frame dwelling, owned by
Vr. Q. B. Sllfer. TOT RItner street. Pass
ersby saw the flames and smoke coming
from an upper window. Rats are sup
posed to have gnawed at matches Tlie
loss is estimated at flWQ.
w A W
$3 Groups at . .
SKETCH SHOW rj.VJ OF EACH
Plnln, Smart Mjle for Prncllral Vv er; lo 1 cry
lleaullful, Ilrcany Fahlon,
French voile with French beading
seams, broad plaited panels, t,tlish
nanus couai nnn tuns oc curaaune
tp Fine silk shadow lace over white
-" China silk Haveprettj taffeta vestee,
'.-ollai and cuffs
New Pussy Willow Taf
feta Waists, Special. . . .
White and delicate pink tint
charming suiplice effect with hemstitched folns.
the new long sleeves and .i pinttv, soft loll collai
I,ook exieedinglv ilainiv and chic
MrLLIXT.RV SALOV. THIRD FLOOR
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Sale of Neverbreak $ i CA
Wardrobe Trunks, W.)U
Jt 'it halt t a doubt the best medium
priced wardrobe trunk on the market.
Made of three-ply veneer, teinforced with brass
plated steel clamps and lined with cloth. Three
deep drawers and hangers to accommodate ten to
i; J5r ' a '
" rjiffFhiii 1 1
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Just the Shoes You Want
Here at Gratifying1 Price-Economies
Women's "Lit Brothers' Special" Shoes, do c?f
Beautifully made shoes, very dressy in appearance, and tDOeOvl
thes'll save ou at least a dollar v w
Over twenty-tlve new models
glazed kldskln Sizes 3. to 7
In natent coltskin.
vv id t lis A to K
gun-metal calf and
Big Girls' 3 and $3.50 Sample Shoes, $1.65
Wanted leathers, hand-welted soles Mostlv all sizes si, to 6.
Men's "Lenards" at $3 "Stratfords" at $4
Popular leathers in lace, button and Blucher Sizes SH to 11, widths
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