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SPILLS AND THRILLS
AGAIN STIR SOCIETY
FOLK AT BRYN MAWR
fourtK Day of Show Opens
With IN ear-accidents to
Daring- Horsemen Half
breed Hounds Staged Tc
biri! that unflsr his atm cost rlppls llk
Hoofs that spurn the springy turf o miles
behind him reel; ,
(Tills l thu beastthcr JudKo today at Bryn
Manr's famous course,
tTbe proud and prancing thoroughbred, tha
friend of man the horss.
from a (tafv oonnr.sroNDr.NT.
BRYN MAWR, Sept. 21.
Two thrills marked tlio opcnlns of
the fourth day at tho Bryn JIawr Ilorao
Show, Lurman Stewart again bclns tho
principal nctor In the little drama, which
for a moment looked to be a tragedy.
Mr. Stewart was riding Sloe Gin, In class
Va, a post and rail Jumping class with
unusually interesting entries. Sloe Gin
became "Slow Gin" just at an Inoppor
tune moment, and tho decided halt In
his gait threw Mr. Stewart completely
oer his head. The rider remounted al
most Immediately, and neither horse nor
rider a) the worse for wear.
The second spill and '.ncidental thrill
f .lowed almost Immediately In tho samo
class when a groom riding Transport for
Willis Bharpu Kilmer took a header ,ot
ery much the same description. Trans
port's manners, howover, were not con
'dered au fait, and ho was transported
from the ring.
HrillUnt weather, which has character
ized each day slnco the opening of tho
show, continues. A heavy blanket of dew
vb eerywhero apparent in the early
hours, hut the sun coming from behind a.
mist later in tho morning quickly dried
th(' damp grass and soggy canvas cover
ing the snud. Later the band appeared
and soon every person wns happy.
Kegaidless of Mr. Stewart's acrobatlo
attempts to win a bluo, the first prize went
to Howard II. Henry, on Colonel Obannen,
a new horse. The second was taken by
templar, an entry of Ixmls C. Clark, Jr.
6t. Winifred, from Glen Riddle Farms,
In the second class of hunters and jump
trs .fudged, a fcatuicless competition
aside frum remarkable riding, tho bluo
was talcn by AVlllowklng, a former prlzo
dinner, from Glen Riddle Farms.
Sally Combeo, entered by F. Ambrose
ClarK, and another blue ribbon horse, toolc
lecond In the contest. Thitd and fourth
honors went to F.illan, of Highland Farm,
and Wild Irishman, lost cat's wlnnern
ef the Radnor Chnllengo Cup, and entered
from William T. Clothier's VallcyhiU
Mr Stewart figured in a third spill
hardlv before he had brushed the tan
laik fiom his clothing following the other
two. Hr was riding Benjamin, Now York
entrv of Robeit I Gerry, when the lioiso
ffused in front of hedge near the judge's
lland. The rider went head over heels
to the ground.
Stewart lashed savagely at th horse's
Jif'k with his crop after remounting, but
could not make Benjamin take a rail
feme bovond tlte hedge nf misfortune.
Jli was obliged to withdraw from the
E B. McLean's Alarm ran nway with
lirst honors In the last class of huutera
jnd Junipers judged before noon. The
irBiwan, a tiien Riddle entiy, eanio
In second. AV. Rlunkett Stewait'a
Triumph was third, and fourth honors
Hamsalo, Robeit L. Gem's
shows most marked ability at this sort
of work will rcci-lvo an award.
MORE THRILLS EXPECTED TODAY.
Horses In harness, saddle horses, and
ponies under saddle ridden by children
will feature earlier afternoon competi
tions, while, was ns the enso yesterday,
a large field of prlze-wlnnlne hunters and
Jumpers ridden by daring and expert
horsemen Is expected to thrill tho crowd
as a concluding evont.
In tho first-class horses In harness,
Samuel M. Vauclaln's Broadlawn Fauns'
entries, Broadlawn Maid and rride of
Jersey, will bo driven. It Is expected, by
Miss Constance Vauclaln. Babette, an
entry owned by Miss Florencn Woolvf-
ton, Is popular. Mrs. wlkoft Smith has
entered Tlnkor Belle, nnd Miss Isabella
Wanamaker's Natoma and Miss Jean
Lister Austin's Warwick Queen com
plete tho entry list. In this class, horses
are to be shown with a Mcadowbrook or
similar two-wheeled cart, driven by a
There nto three horses In hnrness
classes. Popular entries In the last two
are Dr. S. Merrill Weeks' Compton Manor
Flame, Metlor, from Wllllsden Farm, and
Charles R. Hamilton's Senator. Pandora,
from Broadlawn Farms, who was shown
so well -with Andora, is also an entrant.
SADDLE HORSE CLASS TODAY
Tho saddle horse for women's class
Is another Interesting event which -will
add to the attractions of this after
noon's Jud-jlng. The cup In this con
test must bo twice won before it be
comes the holder's property. In the
meantime It is to remain In tho custody
of the Br j n Mawr Horse Show Associa
tion. Each :,ear a medal will be award
ed to the winner by tho association.
lar. Her stlff-brlmmcd black hat was out
lined with a garland of loses.
Mrs lVtul Denkla Mills wore a novel hat
of fine black straw. The crown was out
lined with quilled white corded ribbon
and surmounted at the top with a band
of typical bridal orange blossoms. Her
white gown was belted at the wnlst with
a beaded glidlc embroidered In roses.
A. J. Antclo Devorenx divided his at
tention between the horses and hla at
tractive small daughter, -whoso escort he
was during the morning.
Mrs. aeorge II. Enrle, Jr., was ac
companied by hci two little ginndohll
dren, Kathryn and Charles Mather, who
dhcussod the merits of the oxhlbltory
horses with almost professional knowl
edge nnd criticism. Mrs. Thomas Ashton
occupied her box during the morning In
a fiock of French blue nnd white pla d,
and Mrs. R. Penn Smith and Miss Kitty
Smith occupied seats on tho grandstand.
Mr. and Mrs. David Sharp were also
among the early nrrlvals of the morn
ing, accompanied by their little son.
Mrs. Sharp wan wearing a white lingerie
dress over which wan a whlto Rhntlnnri
sweater. Mrs. Sharp joined Mrs. Mc- t
Grann and Mrs. Brown In tho latter'B
box and from there watched tho Judging
of the morning.
Mrs. Reed Knox and her son were I
among tho morning visitors. With an
all white costume embroidered In yellow, '
Mrs. Knox woie a natural colored straw
DIES FROM DRUG IN OHIO
Suicide Prtct Suspected Between Dr.
II. F. Bishop nnd Girl Assistant.
CINCINNATI, O.. Sept. 2t. The death
today of Dr. II. F. Bishop, a former
Philadelphia dentist, now located at Ak
ron, this State, from an overdose of
morphine taken last night In hi offices
In the Second Notional Bank Building
there, Is told In private advices to pro
fessional friends here today.
Doctor Bishop went to Akron, O.. six
months ago from Cleveland and opened
a dental office In the Second National
Bank Building there. When Doctor
Bishop took the poison, Lillian Bronspn,
employed ns an assistant In Doctor
Bishop's office, called other physicians
In tho same building, but he died within
n few minutes.
Accotdlng to the story told here. Miss
Bronson when asked what Dr. Bishop
had taken picked up a bottle of morphine
tablets. The bottle was handed back
to her, whereupon she poured several
Among the entries in this class are Lean was clad In a beautiful whlto cm-
tablets Into her hand and before she
hat. trimmed with small flowers. i could be testralned took the drug. She
Miss Edith Rlvinus was a morning s ) hospital at Akron dying,
visitor, dressed In a crushed raspberry .,, , , . ,. , ,
linen suit and a small black hat trimmed Mlss Brns M "he met Dr. Bishop
with tulle. about six years ago in Philadelphia.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ldward B. McLean also , When he came to Akron she Joined him
She refused to give any reason
put In an early appearance. Mrs, Mc- i,r,r
Karat and Marjory Morcland, Robert L.
Geriy's Flatiun, General Forrest, own
ed by Arthur J. Fox, and Mrs. Herboi t
Wadsworth'a Hnid, tho latter a previ
In tho last class entered today, tho
hunters and Jumpers, Wild Irishman,
who lost yesterday's Radnor Cup to
Robeit L. Gerry's Hamsah. Is nn en
trant, ns is the winner. Sloe Gin and
High Ball, the foimer a Highland Farm
and tho latter K. B. McLean's horse,
aro also nmong tho champions which
will compete. Willow King, a prldo of
tho Glen Riddle stables. Is looked upon
ns a possible winner, with Templar.
bioldrred costume nnd black and white
hat tilled with nsprey.
Miss Gertrude Conway came over In
her riding togs and Mrs. John R. Fell
joined Mis. A. J. Antelo Devereux later in
the morning. Mrs. Fell was looking par
ticularly tovoly In a white costume and
close-fitting hat of green straw outlined
"with roses; tho narrow brim was formed
Miss Hope T. Beale-chose a white llnn
skirt nnd whlto blouse with collar and
cuffs of black-and-white stripe. With this
was' worn a small black velvet toque.
Mrs. Robert Kelso Cassatt was among
the early arrivals of the afternoon, clad
for her act. A double suicide pact story
is being prohed by the police, who claim
that the double suicldo lesulted from
Jealousy between Dr. Bishop and another
professional man over the girl. Dr.
Bishop Is said to have a wealthy brother
living at Northflold, Ohio.
Louis C. Claik's entry, and the other I '" a wonderful lingerie costume nnd large
champions also runners-up for final I 'f. nnt- ....
.mjhh .jusrpniiic uHincr nurc a wmie
SPECULATION OVEH FINALS.
Knthuslasts have now settled down to
regular mid-week hotse show attitude.
Already possible winners In arlou3
classes are being picked for entry In
the championship competitions which
feature tho labt day of tho exhibition.
Horses which hae been consistent in
tnelr actions under different riders, mid
others whlth sipcu the opening of the
fhow have t.ikeit seeral blue ribbons, aro
the subject of roiibiderablo speculation.
One of the burning questions among spec
tator teems to be, which horse will such
fcnd such an owner enter In champion
ship competition from Ids string of win
ners. A number of favorites of other daja
hae I'oiiiuiupii In their old-timo form at
ru Xtour during the week, while a few
Hewioincia have bhown marked ability to
Callop oft win, iirst l)rzes.
Among tho hounds, jb0 principal com-
the i"ikH i yaro u,e Had'10'- ""''I Club.
r'.k.r,dee Hunt Club mid the U. 8. V.
exclus,;.1!?' Jht Joeing will bo confined
umifl ly to Jialf.Uieed hounds which
pal s tt b"c.":!' "?s !!' ."
,!,. - "i ma entrants
ncm before during tho wrek.
uanv Antkh.i.... ....
ene ur ,Jll!pla' " anxiously awaiting
the l,,,e ",0fct "'terestlng features of
hlch u?h,mal,on h-ae and hound show
! ,,?J l?r l? teirlvra. There aio
there uVv "'!. pa''ks ot hunting dogs
the hoHmi.nia,,J,elr,or wlllc, ru,ls ""
etm . k" aud wh0Su Khle function
hol rl0 a "tarjlng the quarry out of
Polo muu,!Ul ba """iieed at the
Mog u,lds in a "Penally constructed
UlDn".;t.J?lve, '6l the terrier
eed to di. The little fellow who
Class 20. horses In harness rirst, ('. It.
Hamilton's Habette; second, Oroadlawn Farms'
IlroHillnwn Maid; third. R. P. riniieKnn'a
llM 2T!. horses in names" First, Miss Isa
)flla Wanamaker's .S'ntoma; second. Miss
Flurcnco Woliorton's Ilabette: third. Mis. Jack
MtfEarKce'H Wlmberlj ICIns; fourth, Hroadlawn
larms I'rlde of .Icrsey.
1'l.isn in, imes under saddle First, Del
chester Forms Stud's Second Whip; second,
Demnidene Chase's Ilonny Jean; thlid, Mas
ter It. .1. ilojt's Kesmlt, fourth, Jean Scott's
Class en. hunters and Jumpers First, How
nrd II. ltenrj's Colonel O'llanncn: second.
Louis C. Clark, Jr. 'a Templar; third. Ulen
niddlo Farms' Wlnlfrld.
Class 1)7, hunters and Jumpers First, Olenn
Itlddle Farms' Willow King; second, With
Innd Tarms' Falllan; third. F. A. Clark's
Sall Combeo; fourth. Valley Hill I'arms'
Class (VS. model hunters rirst. B. II. Mc
Lean's Alarm; second, Olcn fclddle Farms'
'IIib Virginian: third, W. I". Mewart's Tri
umph; fou rlli, Hnbert I.. Oerrj-'a Itnmsah.
Class S3, Hunters and Jumpers First, A. It,
IIlKqlntou'3 Itastlme. second, Mrs. Herbert
Wadsnorth's Hard: third, Honaid 11 Henry's
Ronnlo Iiddlo; fourth, C. 1). McLean's Sir
Class hS. model huntcrs-I'lrst, 13. I, Hla
lon's Honcstj', seiond, ft I.. Qerr'i Flat-
I run: third. A. If. HlBjrlnson's Huntsman;
rourcii. iiiKnianti rarms. Meotiiic.
Class M. model hunters First. r 'A Clark's
Hallle Combeo, second, Htrontla Farms' Hran
ton, third. F. A. Clark's Supplement; fourth,
U'en Hlddlo Farms' Willow ltlnc.
Class TO, model hunters, heavyweight First,
Oln Klddla harms' Italb heather; second,
lilen Riddle Farms' Olendalough, third. Ulen
Itlddle Farms' Tim Virginian, fourth, Robert
I,. (Jerry's llenjamln.
Class no. model hunters, heavs weight First,
fllen Itlddle Farms' nalljheathrr; seiond.
lilen Itlddle Farm!" OlendHlluush; third, Qlsn
Klddlo Farms' '1 he Virginian; fourth, n. U
Saddle liori.es l"lrst. A, W Atkinson's Miss
Joirocks; second, MUu Auna A Austin's Dixie
Arnold; third. Hroadlaun Farms' I'rlscllla;
fourth, Mrs. Herbert Wadsnorth's Hard.
Class .'., horses In harness First, u. J'. Fin
nlgau's The Commodor. seconil, Wllllsden
Farms' Meteor, third, c. P. Hamilton's Sena
tor, fourth. Dr. H. Merrill Weeks' Compton
Class 2 unentered dog hounds First, rtad
noi Hunt Club's Nlgnn, second, lladnor Hunt
club's Oordon, third, Klkrldge Hunt club's
Class V'l, unentered bitch hounds rirst, llad
nor Hunt Cluh's .Nosegay; second, lladnor
Hunt club's .Vancy, third, Klkrldgu Hunt
Clab 30. couple of unentered dog hounds
First. Radnor Hunt Club's Ninon and Gordon:
semnd. Klkrldga Hunt Club's Teddy and Trim,
Class III. couple of unentered bitch hounds
First, lladnor Hunt Club's .S'auoy and Nosa
KO Uest rouple of dog hounds First. Kaduor
Hunt Club's IVH'tor and 1 .miter, second, Rad
nor Hunt Club's muster and Iucrlnian, third.
it r. iiinii i im, n .tiniiHrr Mii.i I eier
Host couple nf bltrh hounds First, lladnor
Hunt Club s Firefly and Frantic . socond, Rad
nor Hunt Club's lilory and Hafts.
.Class '!-, best dog hound First, 0-. S. V.
Hunt Cluh's Manger; second, nadnor Hunt
Club's Poster, third. lladnor Hunt Club's l)lu
tr. Class 33, best hitch hounds First, Radnor
Hunt Cluh's Frantic, second. Radnor Hunt
Club's Flreflj : third, Radnor Hunt Club'a
AFTERNOON CROWD AT HORSE
SHOW MARKED BY FORMALITY
Society Appears in Best Itemains of
BRYN MAWR. Pa., fccpt. 21Thero Ja
a delightfully informal atmosphere at tho
hoise show in tho morning which is lost
In the larger and more mixed crowd of
The morning attendance Is, for tho most
part, composed of the hunting element of
Main Line society, who motor, or en
walk, over from their neighboring homes,
clad slmpl) in linen skirts and blouses
with panama hats, while In the afternoon
toclcty turns out In a body, clad In tho
best rcnalns of their summer fiiury
Mrs. John Valentine and Mr. Robert
L Gerry were occupying tho Valentine
box bofoie the opening of the show, while
Mr and Mrs. Richard P. McQrann ar
rived a little later with Mrs. Alexander
mown mm ansa jvuae aim Alexandra
Dolan. who are Mrs. Brown's iin,,.
guests. Mr. McGrann was, looking par-
embroidered gown nnd a pale yellow hat
tiimmcd with roses of the same shade.
With Mrs. Charles Wheeler In Iter box
were her daughter, Mrs. George Thayer,
Mrs. Charles Packard and Mrs. Wnlter
Miss Sydney Rills, accompanied by her
debutante sister, watched the judging
from the rail. Miss Florence Wolvcrton
defied the rays of the hot sun in fa red
velvet hat, tho crown outlined with skunk
Mrs. William TJlfeton entertained a
number of tho debutantes In honor of
her daughter. Miss Pauline Disston.
Mrs. James Francis Sullivan occupied
hor bov, accompanied by her daughters.
Miss Frances Sullivan and Miss Leta
Mr. and Mts W. Plunkctt Stewart were
accompanied by their house guests, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugeno Levering, nf Baltlinoto.
Mrs. George D. Rosengarten was ac
companied hy Mrs, Malcolm Macleod and
tho lntter's children. Mrs. Rosengarten
wns in white, with an all-black hat.
Mrs. William J. Clhthlor selected a
sheer white lingerie frock and a white
straw hat. on which was a black vel
vet bow and pond lilies. At her belt
she wure a huge bunch of orchids.
Mrs. Harry Wain Harrison, who motor
ed down from Devon, wore a small mo
tor lint of rose pink silk faced with
ivhlte stiaw and ,t -white lnce lingerie
Miss Amy duFont, of Wilmington,
made her initial appearance at the show
In a whlto cheviot suit, with a black
hat trimmed with white.
Miss Ada Wethorill appented In a
mustard colored silk gown with a black
hat. Miss Wetherlll was accompanied by
Miss Christine Wetherlll.
Mrs. A. A. Atkinson was gowned In a
white lingerie frock with a Dresden
figured girdle and a large black velvet
Miss Irene A. Hunter was accompanied
by Miss Murray Boreman, of St. Louis.
Mrs. James M. Reed, who lunched
with Mrs. George. D. Rosengarten at tho
clubhouse, wore a white linen sklit and
lingerie blouse. Her black hat was
trimmed with shaded nlnk roses.
Mrs. James Potter, who was also a
guest of Mrs. Rosengarten, was gowned
In a navy blue silk with a small hat of
the same shade.
A third guest nf Mrs. Rnsnurnrton im.
Mrs. Alfred Hansen, In au all whlto
gown with a black velvet hat.
Archibald J. fiarklle, who has just re
turned from abroad, was among the
early afternoon visitors.
Miss Uleanor G. Gamble, In a white
lingerlo frock with a nlnk rlrriln nrwi o
leghorn hat trimmed with roses,
motored over from her home.
Mrs. Rdwnrtl V. F-ige appeared in a
suit of navy blue serge with a small
black moiie lt.
Mrs. C C. Fltler and Mrs. J. Warren
Couiiston wetc among tho early aftei
Mrs. "Jack" MegRrgee. who drove In
class 23, was wearing a rowij of black
silk with black chiffon and a small
WOMAN HABITUAL DRUNKARD
Sentenced to House of Correction for
Failure to Reform.
Mrs. Kate Kodashlnsky, of 733 South
Front street, was sentenced to three
months In the House of Correction todny
by Magistrate Renshaw at Central Sta
tion on the chnrge of being an habitual
drunkard. The woman took with her
to the reformatory her two-months old
Mis. Anna Twczydle, of the same ad
dress, another daughter of the prisoner,
testified that her mother had been abus
ing her children. It was testified by
Mrs. R. T. Webb, of the Society to Pro
tect Chlldtcn from Cruelty, hat her or
ganization recently took away the wo
man's children, returning them on her
promise to reform. The promise, she
bald, was not kept.
POLICE FIND WRECKED AUTO
Machine Believed to Have Been
Stolen at Wilmington.
An automobile, believed to have been
stolen from Miss Marion Postel, of Wil
mington, Del., was found pnrtly wrecked
by the police early this morning at
Second and Noble streets. Tho machine
had crashed Into a telegraph polo, dam
aging the hood and crushing a rear
A card ot membership in the Delaware
Automobllo Club and bearing the name
ot .nihs t-ostei was tile only clue found
In tho automobile, which bore a Dela
ware license tng, No. 2579. Detective
Glenson. from City Hall, Is at work on
PRESIDENT NAMES ENVOY
F. J. Stimson, of Boston, Selected for
WASHINGTON. Sept. Jt.-Fredarick J,
Stimson, of Boston, was nominated today
b President Wilson to be United States
Ambassador to the Argentine Republic.
Mr- Stimson Is to sutcceed John V. Gar
rett, who withdrew from his poHt some
time ago because of his wife's Hi health
and requested a transfer to a European
Mr. Stimson Is a well-known lawyer
and essayist. '"er
FARMERS' MARKET FOR
FRANKFORD GREAT BOON
Trolley Company Plnns to Bring
Produce Direct to Consumers.
Announcement was made today that
tho Trenton, Bristol and Philadelphia
Street Ttalltoad Company linn tinder con-
elderatlon the establishment of a trolley
market at Urldge street nnd Orlstol pike.
The announcement camo from the office
of M. J. Hill, general manager ot the
trolley company, nnd was received with
enthusiasm by housewives and business
men of Frankfort, They are Jubilant be
cause the plan promises them fresher
nmtket goods for less money than they
are now accustomed to pay.
U' means of tho frelnht servlro mi tho
trolley line tho farmers can deliver the
tnarkot goods to the consumer illreel ntid
do awny with the middleman's profit. J.
Ilarry Shoemaker, piesldcnt of tho
I-rankford Hoard of Trade. wIimi in.
lenrned ot the plan, gave It his hearty
"Tho Idea to establish n market In
Frankford Is a splendid one," ho culd.
"Two years ago the Hoard of Trade went
on record as In favor of a public market
plan and will furlhrr any effort on the
part of the tmllr-y company to bring such
a market to Frnnkford."
,.M.ri?' V!tl:r ,,r'"ton, president of the
Mothers' Club, of FranKfonl, was another
Who expressed hearty unnroval. "Prlcr
will bo slashed," she said. "Jt Is one !
of tho greatest things that has ver come
Throughout alt Frnnkford there Is a
general feeling the benefit to the com
munity will prove beyond estimation, nnd
expressions are heard on all aides of
tho liopo that thero may be no hitch In
the carrjlhg out of the project.
SHUBERTS WANT CASTLES
Management May llcvlve Old Suit
Restraining Vernon Castle.
Action to revlvo an old Injunction
Issued hv Judge Klnsey May 10 of this
year, restraining Vernon C'n.stle from per
fanning In public other than Under the
SliubTt msDagnment, may be taken to
day. Attorney William A. Gray, for tho
Castles, ban pre"ntod a motion for dis
solution nf the former preliminary In
junction, but so far no decision has been
inndn hy the Court of Common I'leaa.
The pirllinlliary Injunction obtained by
the HltnlicrtR wns based on a contract In
which the Castles agteed to nppenr Under
Hhubrrt management. The Injunction was
made to apply only to Vernon Oasllf, be
cause ot a numtinn as lo Mrs. Cnstlo's
signature to the ciintrart.
GREEK GOVERNOR KILLED
LONDON1. Sept. 21. A Router dispatch
from Aonna teports that HorastH,
lreok fiovernor fieneral of Kpltus, has
been killed In .in automobile accident.
DEALER MUST PAY BACK
DAMAGES WON IN SUIT
Court Orders Denier to Remit Sutwj
Won In Rcbnte Suit.
In an opinion by President Jtidgo Mar
tin, Common Pleaa Court todny directed
Samuej D. Hall, an Independent coat
merchant. III his $100,000 rebate suit
against the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany, to remit all of his $51,089.79 verdict
over 13621.63, or lake the alternative of n,
retrial. The court pr-fused the company'!
motion for ludgtwmt In Its favor.
IlnH'R suit, onn nf the largest rebate)
cases "ver tiled here, wan placed on ttlal
on April 16, MM, and resulted In awarding
the plaintiff $2.1,370.62 damages and ,$2i,
2iri,17 for delay In payment The amount
of the verdict was based on the rebates
paid Downing Brothers, of thla city,
DuiliiK the ht'iulnu testimony ot tho
payment of rtrnl rebates by tho Pennsyl
vania Itnllrotul In fuvored dealers In thla
city, nnd tho method" used (o conceal the
evidence of such discrimination, before
tho late A. J. t'rtssntt became president ot
tlio company, was given. William C.
Downing, of Downing Urns., admitted on
th5 witness stand that the firm lecelved
lebates niiioinitliiK lo "fveral hundrrll
thousand dollars, during the ixrlod from
1Md to !''Q1 Ills firm whs a competitor of
Hall, who whs compelled lo pny full
Ftrhediilod intos on Ills coal Downing also
dr-clRrcd that flroige H Newton & Co.
also were favored shippers, obtaining rv
bates during the period.
LICENSE COURT TO SIT
Will Hear Petitions for Transfers on
Judges Carr and Davis today announced
they would hold a sesblon of the license
court on October 30, and would hear petl
tions for transfer of liquor licenses from
person to person and fiom place to place.
Owners of saloon properties where the
licensees allowed the licenses to Upsa
through non-pajment of es also will
!HVa1 P,rtunlt- to ftlc petitions ask
ing that tho lapsed licenses be revived
Owners' petitions and those for change
of location must ba riled with the clerk
three weeks before h hSi. e ,,.,. i
while petition for transfer from person To
PRESSER'S FALL OPENING
Display of Frocks and Wraps
The display of frocks and wraps at tho
fall opening of the Presser Shop shows
to what perfection clothes can attain
mVn,,.ItIe" tHslft ls '"I'-hly supplier!
with tho best that there Is n ttio way of
Aelvets and furs and chlffoni and silks
ara used for variations of the present
modes, yet each costume has distinctly
touches that show it to bo a complete
crea ion and not a model for unlimited
duplicates. Tho subdued colors, such as
haisw- gra. taupe and grape, arc em
plojed for some of the handsomest wrans
and gowns. ' "
Tho shop caters to a class of pop
who prefer rc.lnemcnt In dress ratherthan
tho sensational "
Ocularly well tody In a gown of black . Petltlona for transfer from person to I main hti
bw-tt.S crepe, with a flaring Wh.Ue col, ' thl'l "Just b on flle ten da'a Preceding I Doctor
DOCTOR AGREES TO PAY
D "''"hard Gerlach. a member of the
stuff of the German Hospital, agreed to
pay is a week for the support of his
wife Mary, and their daughter. In the
nnmailln n.lnll... n ",c, H in
............ ...,u..Umo vuun loauv.
Mrs. t.erlacli's lawyer insisted that Doe.
tor Gerlach furnish substantial aecurUy
for the pajroent of the order, siting",
hla reason the rumor that the physician
Medical Corps of that country during the
present European strife. Doctor GeJlach
donled that he Intended to go to Ger
many and explained he was under a
moral obligation to support his aged
mother, and to do so would have to -
Um tautaE. "'" l"w"u,,'r.. i.X""J?u 2' " . "-UBht.r
Store Opens 8.30 A. M.
Store Closes 5.30 P. M.
The Grand Organ Plays Tomorrow at 9, 11 and 5:15
OF THE BIGELOW
RUGS IN THE
There wiM stOB be ami ample variety tomorrow
moriiile9 Ibunt we shoiuifld ask our cuistoinni
ers, ainixDotuis to possess these rags amid
to profit by the savnirag, mot to
deflay amy flomger nmi nuiakflinig
The rags are going very fast, at 25 per cent.
The variety amnomg the favorite 9x12 Wifltom,
Body Brussels aed Ax mi mister rags 0
various 'desigmis, is still atbininidamTt
These are mew 19U patter mi Bigelow rags
They are superior to old, discontinued
patterns that may appear
inn a few little lots
Whoever has observed the floor coverlids of
the BeflflevueStratford, the motel Wafltoini
amid the New Bingham must have"
noticed that they were very fine
and no wonderf or they are ?
Bigelow carpets and rugs.