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EVENING LEDGER flHlL'APELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014.
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150 Policemen and Helpers
In Department of Public
Safety Will Observe Day
MISS MABEL KITTKEUGE'S HOUSE AT SOUTH YARMOUTH, MASS,
BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES
ONE day in the late fall, three
little leaves were talking to
gether under a big pine tree.
"Wasn't that fun to sail through
the aid" exclaimed the oak leaf.
"Funl" cried the maple from a near
by tree, "I should ay it was. I'd like
to do it again."
"So would I," echoed the sycamore
leaf, which had blown clear up from
"What arc you talking about down
there?" asked the green pine leaves;
"you all seem to be having a lot of
"Fun!" shouted the maple leaf again
in rollicking tones, "indeed, we arc!"
"What's it all about?" said the pine
leaves rather crossly. "Can't you even
tell a person what you are talking
"To be sure we will," said the oak
leaf slipping on his dignity which had
fallen to the ground. "You see, Friend
Pine Tree, we have beep on our same
trees all summer growing and work
ing, working and growing, and we
got really tired of our jobs.
WHITEWASHED ATTIC ROOM
PLANNED TO INVITE REPOSE
story what happened after Jack
"Oh I" laughed the oak leaf, his ill
humor instantly forgotten, "then the
winds came and loosened us from the
tree and gave us such a sail I
"Over yards and fields, here and
there and back again, I never had such
fun. You must get the wind to take
voti some day and then you'll know ed bod, with lta cover of white dimity.
, ,v. ! : ;cipi I and washstand to match, scorns to lit so
wnill living isi I happily with the whitewashed walls. The
"Oh dear, id like to gol signed windows daintily curtained In white com
Clever Arrangement of Furnishings
In Spaces Not Often TJsed.
THIS attic room with Its whitewash
ed walls and blackened beams In
vites repose. The clever arrange
ment of the spacious drawers undor the
caves of the houso on one side, and the
closet, which much bo delightfully roomy
on the staircase. Is an Idea for these
spaces which usually harbor boxes and
trunks not opened frequently.
The table built around the rough chim
ney Is most artistic and serves very
comfortably as a desk, whllo the cnamel-
thc pine leaves; "we're tired staying
here on this tree anyway. We're been
here on this same tree ever since we
"Too bad," murmured the other
HJBwKP- MJpptJf"? Let, "' iViHF-
Bo all night long the pine leaves Jrctted
ami sighed and legged the tctntl
to take them a sail.
"We were tired of our plain green
dresses and tired of our work. Then
one day who should come along but
old Jack Frost, who took pity on our
greenness and gave us beautiful col
ored frocks. See how handsome I
look in this red and green dress?"
And the oak leaf spread himself out i Tq open door3 whhi ..If.you.p,ease.
GERMAN WAR CHEST
pleto this very unusual room.
Cheesecloth, by the way. makes the
most nttractlvo curtains of this type and
may bo bought for as little as seven
cents a yard, while each visit to the
laundry, makes them more sheer and
dainty. Of course, the wide floor boards
, .. ,. .,.. ..,. ,,, : ana oiacKencu ueams or tins om attic
leaves so synipouici.iv.aiiy mui i..v. i..v. ( lmvc nlde(1 n decdciiy artistic scheme,
leaves felt worse than ever! i but the general Idea will appeal to those
c -it ..:!, l ti, r.; leaven wn nave wondered what to do with at-
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fretted and sighed and begged the
wind to take them for a sail.
And all night long the w'nd answer
ed back: "No, we can't take you you
arc needed where you arel"
In the morning some people who t
lived nearby went walking under the
pines and one said: "This is the poor
old pine tree that has been whining
and fretting all night."
"I wonder what it wants," said the
other person. "I wish it was happy,
for I love its leaves that stay green
after the other.' have blown away."
"What's that? what's that?" whis
pered the pine leaves, "somebody
loves us even if we arc just common
green all the year through!"
"Think how lonesome those kind
people would be," whispered another
pine leaf, "if we had gone off and left
our pine tree all alone I"
And every stiff little pine leaf bris
tled erectly and shone happily in the
CLARA INGRAM JUDSON.
Copyright 191, Clara Ingram Judson.
Tomorrow A UIRD SCHOOL.
BY MALCOLM 8. JOHN'BTON'
"O-pen the door!" "O-pen the door!"
I know they hear me when T roar;
But still they sit and take their case,
Because I won't say, "If-you-plcisc."
For they have said that I have hung
Three little words upon my tongue,
Three pretty little golden keys
Opera Benefits for Wound
ed and Sells Decorations to
flat so that the p'ne tree could see
all of his lovely colors.
"I think I'm handsomer than any j
old oak leaf," said the sycamore
proudly, "see my lovely brown dress?"
"Pooh!" interrupted the maple, I
"any one can see I am the handsomest.
None of you has such colors as my
reds and yellows!"
"I'm sure you are all three very
beautiful," said the pine tree tactfully,
"but I want to hear the rest of the
I wonder why I'd rather stand
And pound the door, and hurt my
And kick and scream, and almost
Than say politely, "If-you-pleasc?"
Oh, how I wish that I could turn
The knob; I'd make the grown-ups
How mean it is for them to tease,
And make a boy say, "If you pkasc."
Copyright by Malcolm S, Johnston, lull.
GRAND OPERA SINGER FINDS
MAN SHE MARRIED BIGAMIST
Mme. Sophie Traubman teams She
Is Third Mrs. Schroeder,
LONDON, Sept. 2S.-Mme, Sophie Traub
man, a grand opera singer, who has 'ap
peared before Philadelphia audiences, has
applied to Scotland Yard for a warrant
gainst George Albert Schroeder, whom
Bho ehaigea with bigamy. Madame Traub
man avers she was married to Schroeder
In New York on September 1 after the pair
had become acquainted as fellow refugees
on a voyage across the Atlantic.
Later, according to Madame Traubman a
etory. &ne received a letter from a man
describing himself as Mr. Schroeder s
brother who told her that her husband
already had two wives, one of whom was
Jiving In England. Madame Traubman
cabled the English wife to meot her In
London and then persuaded Schroeder to
accompany her back to England. The
English wife met them on the arrival of
the boat train and embraced Schroeder.
Madame Traubman culled the police, but
her husband got away In a taxlcab.
Georgo Abbott Schroeder came original.
ly from Cleveland, O. Ho now renldes In
London, where he described himself bs In
tho moving picture builness. The London
rollca ore now seeking Schroeder. His
English wife also has disappeared,
Leave of Absence for Br, Battin
A year'a leave of absence has been
rranted Dr. Benjamin F Uattln. that he
may devote his time to the work of the
Carnegie International Committee of the
Carnegie Foundation for the Friendly
IteUtlona Among Churche-. Pr. Hattln
received his degree of bachelor of arts
t Swarthraore n JSK and Idler studied
Exercises at Tabernacle Lutheran
Church Will Continue All Week.
The dedication exercises of the new
J25.00O church erected for the Tabernacle
Evangelical Lutheran congregation at 53th
and Spruce streets were held yesterday
under direction of Rev, H. H. Weber, of
New York. The evening sermon was
preached by Rev. E. G. Miller, of Colum
bia, I'4. Services will be held every eve.
uing of this week In the new church, con
ducted by the Rev, William J. Miller, Jr
who will continue as pastor of the con
gregation. Another dedication of interest held yes
terday was that of the new building of
the Tully Memorial Presbyterian Church
at Sharon Hill. The church was named
for the Rev, Dr. David Tully, veteran
Presbyterian minister, the services being
conducted by the Rev. Alexander Markle,
pastor of the church.
60,000 TO MAItCH TOR LABOB
Federation Plans Imposing Street
Parade in November,
A feature of the American Federation
of Labor convention to bo held In thU
city during the second and third weeks
of November will be a parade of 50,000
worklngmen on Novomber II
The State Federation of Labor and the
Central Labor Union have agreed to co
operate in determining definitely where
cacti candidate for the State Senate and
House of Representative stand on
nueations relative to labor legislation by
asking each to All out blanks requiring
NEW YORK Sept. 2S.-Frleda Hem
pel. coloratura soprano of the Metro
politan Opera Company, who has been
acclaimed as tho surtcssor of Morcella
Sembrich, has written tho following let
ter to her American manager:
"Finally I found some one who is kind
enough to take this letter along to Amer
ica. Well, I am safe and uell taken
caro of, and 1 am happy about our great
"I contributed all rny Belgian decora
tions and medals to the Red Cross to bo
told. I feed somo children and I orlng
cigars to our soldier. I was fortunato
to be able to help somo widows and
orphans. I give all my spare time to
the opera, and I am now singing at
overy benefit performance arranged for
the victims of the war. Am I not right
to give as much of tho 'gold in my
throat,' as you used to say, to this splen
did cause? And, dear friend, millions do
and think as I.
' Germany ! ono big family. It Is mar
elqus how everytnlng is going on
smoothly here In Berlin. Whoever Is
not permitted to go to war is working
In his way for the common good. You
never would believe how wo all are feel
ing. Everybody is enthusiastic. All of
our Socialists havo disappeared. Thej
ali are today friends of the Kaiser. What
a good fortune to live In n tlmo as this!
The God of our fathers la still nllvo
among us or our great victories would
"You see flags everywhere. I person
ally have two nt my window, a Germs!
and an Austrian. Whenever a victory
Is announced the bells are ringing.
Really It Is a glorious time. And our
soldiers how they are happy to go to
the front! Some of my worklngmen arf
so anxious to light that I cannot halt
them. And how handsome the boys are
looking lovely In their new uniforms of
gray! It Is touching to seo them depart
to the front, so young, so brave and so
full of good humor! If the whole atfalr
were not so sad, you really could laugh
Seven enemies seven against two!
"Our German women are great. They
do not cry, they do not complain; they
all know it's got to be, and they sub
mit. They all do their duty like our
men. There Is no misery, no hunger, no
poverty. There is money enough all
"The Kaiser Is alive and the people
love him more than ever. The whole
nation Is united They know they will
win. They are fighting a Just tight and
God Is with them.
"Don't believe for a minute that we
are gloomy and oppressed. Wo did not
look for war here In Germany. But
now when the war la forced upon us wo
do all to bring It to a giorlous end. May
God help us further!"
FIND 35 PUKSES ON HIM
New Tork Police Think Man Huns
"School for Pickpockets."
NEW YORK. Sept. 2S.-Thlrty-five
pocketbooks on Michael Osewgky, 13 Ber
gen street, Passaic, N. J., led to his ar
rest. The polloe say he ran a "school for
pickpockets." Three pupils In the primer
class, boys 10 and 12, went through a
lesson at police headquarters.
"Jimmy Just bumps into htm. He looks
around. Then I reach from the other
Ide. get hli wallet and Dass it to. Joe."
iicclslve answers to jueUcn concerning!!. They tried it on one of the sleuths and
tucu attitude on labor liwa.
his purse easily.
More than ISO Jewish policemen and
other Jowlsh employes In the Depart
ment of Public Safety will he cxcupcd
from duty tomorrow at sundown until
Wednesday evening, that being Yom Klp
pur, the most solemn day In the Jewish
calendar. Director Porter will Issuo a
hotlco to this effect In alt tho station
houses throughout tho city some tlmo to
day. Other Jewish employes In the de
partment will receive Rlmllar notices.
Tho Director will also lisue orders to
tho lieutenants In all tho Jewish dis
tricts to permit the Jewish storekeepers
to keep their stores open the next two
Sundays until eleven o'ciock In the morn
ing Instead of nine, tho rogulnr closing
time on Sundays This, in view of tho
fact that the Jewish housewife must
prepare on these Sundays for the two
holidays which come after, when ortho
dox Jcwa are not permitted to do any
labor, marketing included,
Yom Klppur, or tho day of Atonement,
wilt bo ushcicd in at sundown tomorrow
by tho Jews throughout the whole world,
both orthodox nnd reform, as the day
of fasting nnd prnyer. Tho orthodox
Jews will spend tho entire day In tho
synagogues, while the reform Jews will
have scvciul hours' Intel mission between
The day of atonement Is one of the
cyclo of holidays, said to have been In
stituted by Moses. It Is one of tho old
est and most solomn days In the Jew
ish calendar. Together with the New
Year holiday observed lost week It forms
what aro known as the holy days. Tho
10 days between Rosh Hashannn and
Yom Klppur are known as days of peni
tence, when special services are held In
all tho synagogues.
CHARLES M, RORER
Member of Frankford Family Came
Here to Attend Funeral.
Death due to Intestinal trouble came
yesterday to Charles M. Itorcr, of Cass
vlllc, N. J., nt the Frankford Hospital,
Frankford avenue and Wakcllng street.
Mr. Rorer, who was a member of a
well-known family of Frankford, had
come to this city several days ago tq
attend the funeral of a relative nnd was
taken III the same day. He was a mem
ber of the Masons, Patriotic Order of
tho Sons of America, Odd Fellows and
tho Junior Order of United American
MAMOUONECK, N. Y , Sept. 28,-Harry
Darlington, of Pittsburgh, wealthy op
erator In Iron, oil, steel, gas nnd other
Industries, died yesterday In his summer
homo here. His wife and threo children
were at the bedside. She Is the daughter
of J. W. McCullough, once first vice
president of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Since the death of his fnther-ln-law Mr.
Darlington had been solo trustee of the
JOHN H. ROWLAND
NEW YORK, Sept. 2S.Tohn Henry
Rowland, a real cstnte broker and vice
president of the East Brooklyn Savings
Bank, died at his home. 470 De Kalh
avenue. He was a member of an old
Long Island family and was engaged In
the real estate business In the block on
which he resided for 40 years.
ARTHUR M. TREE
CHICAGO, Sept. 2S. A dispatch
ceived today from London told of the
death there of Arthur M. Tree, former
husband of Lady Beatty, whose present
husband Is the naval hero of England,
because of his victory over the Germans
In the North Sea. Tree died following
an operation for appendicitis. Lady
Beatty Is the daughter of the late Mar
shall Field of Chicago.
CHARLES F. WAT
NEW YORK, Sept, 23. Charles F.
Way, born In Brooklyn CO years ugo, died
In his home. 40-i East 2lst stieet. Flat
bush. Formerly ho was In tho employ
of tho General Accident nnd Casualty
Company, of Manhat'nn Ho was con
nected with several singing societies in
Brooklyn and Manhattan.
MRS. HANNAH KNIFFIN
Mrs. Hannah Knlftln, widow of Dr. J.
Bartletl Knlflln, died yesterday at her
homo, 2013 North Broad street. The
funeral will be held from her home to
MRS. CECILA BANDLER
Mrs. Cecilia Bandler died yesterday
nt her home. 2302 North 22d street, after
two months' Illness She was 52 years
old Hit death was due to a complica
tion of diseases. For somo time Mrs.
Hnndler was actively Interested in chari
table work with the Shut-In Society. Her
husband, a son and Ave daughters survive.
MRS. M. THERESA
Mrs. M. Theresa, 87 years old and for
70 years a member of the St. Peter's
Churth, Fifth nnd Glrard avenue, did
yesterday at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Helon M. Puhl. 1311 North Twelfth
street. She had been ill for the past
two years and succumbed to an attack
of apoplexy. A daughter survives.
MRS. MARY McDOUOAL
Mrs Mary McDouqal, 62 jears old. was
stricken with heart disease and fell
while on her way upstairs in her home,
183 Baldwin street. She died before medl.
cat aid could be procured,
JOHN T. MTLLIKIN
WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. 28 -John T.
Milllkln, foreman of the bollershop of tho
p so ,t Juius C imp i . il d last
night. He was 51 years old and leaves a
wne aiid family o ;.''n h d-e Ho
was an expert in his lino and had been
sent bv his employers to a number of
distant points to superintend the erection
MISS MARTHA HAY
Miss Martha Hay died yesterday at tho
home of her parents, 20.il North 31st
street. She was 15 years old and had
been 111 for nearly a year.
AIKEN On September 2T. 10H. WALTKn.
ton at J mnl.) Aiken (nee hproule), End the
Ute Matthew Aiken Funeral on Vei)ueddi,
ai 2 p Hi . from 4(1.10 Junta at . Kiankford
lnter:ntit at North CeJar Hill Cemeten
AltNOI.II. On September S3, 1011, ANN,
wife of Uenjauiln Arnold Funeral in 'lui'a
iUit at 2 p. m . from .ml Donath t. Inter
S";?5.R5jJCi5'- ' u " Cemetery
AHIICltAFT.At Bwedesboro. N J. on Sep
umber S7. 1011. ilAHY ASHCRAFT, In her
8llb year, rurmral on Wednesday, Sep
tember 30. at 10 30 a. m. interment Epl
nt 1Af J r,w
of llenry Handler, nfred
wltA rt lln
Ilelntlwi nnd friends aro irixlted
Cr:i.IA, licloed w
r.2 iftAfR. ttftlntlw
to nttend the luneml eervlcee. on Thursday
afternoon nt S o clock, nt nor late residence,
211 North 22d nt. Interment prliatc. New
Votk impers plennc copy.
llAVMI.I'll Mn R,nl,niMr 27. Mi I. C.K-
CIM.IA, be!oed wife o' Henry Handler, aged
M jrar. Itelnthrs nnd friend are Invited
to attend tlio runeinl nervlce. on Thursday
afternoon, at 2 o'clock, ol her late residence.
2ID.I North 22d ft Interment private. Now
York pipers pica so copy
liAltltinr. On September 27, 1014. MAIIY,
ttldiw 01 John unrctt Mineral on Weilnca
rtn, nt 7 n. in roin 207 North Judron st.
Mass at tho Church of St. Columlia, at 8 a
in lo prnteed via ii:37 a, m train, Columbia,
ave, l and It 11, to Ambler, la . for In
terment, lllilM. On .September 23. 101 1, ni,tiA
llirif, widow o Adam Hers (ntc uross)
1'unrral nit Tuetilnj, at It p. m, from 2H
Jnrk.on et Interment private, at Ternwood
IinaSOMlTTK On September 27, 10H,
VIM.IAI T IIKSSOMrm Funeral on
Wednesday, at 2 p. m., from iiVtt Master tt.
InUrmont prliate, nt C eSnr Illll Cemetery.
Itemalna may be viewed on Tuesday evcnlnn.
IIINi:v. On September 27, 1B14, JOHN
III'.VHV. .tr, son of John H. and late I'.llz-i-betli
D lllnney. Kuneral on Wednesday, at
1 p. m., from the chapel of Andrew J. llnlr
& Son, lluh and Alch sts. Interment
IlftlHCOi: On September 27, 1014. SAItAlt
C, widow of John II. llrlscoe. Due notice
of funcial from her late residence, 2.11(1
C.i On September 27, 1B14, .IAMBS
C'AItnv, aired 8(1 years t'nnernl on Wednea
lay nt H it. m , from 27", II. Third et.,
MooreMown N J. IHeli Mass nt Sacred
Heart Church Mt. Holly, N. J., at 10 n. m.
interment St. Mary's Cemetery.
CAMI'IIKI.I,. -On beptemiier 2',, 1014, JOHN
CAMH1HI.1. Kuncrtil oil Tunilny, at 2 p.
m , iroin ',721 Market et Interment at -Mount
CMMI'IIKM,. On September 20 1014.
IHMTII t'AMl'l i:i.l, duuKhler of Harry W.
nnd Sunimi.1 Campbell (life 1 award) Funeril
on Tuesday, at 10 t n m., from Monroi Wile,
N. J. Intcitnmt nt M i: Cemetery.
COKSf)N On September 2(1, 1014, '.IN
WOOD S. COItSON M. 1)., of Olen Mroro,
Chmter County, I'n, Tunrral on Tuesday
nt 8 p. m from 10th and Arch Mb. Inter
ment Ocean View, N. J.
CI! ril'.iiH On September 2,1, 1014,
lUCHAltD, husband of Mary A. Chambers
Funeral Tuesday. Ht S Hu n. m from 1W7
Wood Bt. Solemn M.ish of Iteiulem Ht tht
Cathedral, nt lu a. m. Interment Holy
CKANrirON, On September 20, 1014,
ItoiJiritT A husband of tho late Ann Cran
ston (neo Mulirren). rum nil from SHU Mut
ter st , on Wednesday, nt M .'!() n. m. High
Mass of Requiem at Our lady of tho Imita
tion Church, at 10 a in. Interment at Holy
CIIOMWKLI, On September 24, 1911. EVA
A., wife of John M Cromwell, need .",5 years.
Funeral service on Tutsdnv, at t p. m.,
from 11.16 Harrison st., Frankford. Inter
ment nrhate, at Xntchnood Cemetery
HANIKI.S. On September 27, 1014, LULU
rjANHJL.S (neo Schiller) Itelativct and
friends are Invited to attend the funeral ser
vices, on Tuesday, nt 2 p. in., at Mil Hacr
ford ae Interment nt Cincinnati, o.
DAVIS. On September 27, 1014. ALVEKTA
D., daughter of IiuMnoml Atleo and May
D.ivla (nee Itotan), aged 11 months Funeral
on Tuesday, ut 2 p. m , from lr.OS est
Olenwood are. Interment at West Laurel
DOVI.i;. On September 2(1, 1014, .TAMES F.
boii of the late Jamea and Mary Doyle. Fu
neral on Tuesday, at 7:!i) n m., from ill II
liaynton St., Germantmvn Solemn ltequlem
Miss nt St. Vincent de Fnul'n Church, at II
a. m. Interment nt Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
JH'NCAN. On September 2(1, 1014. ANNA,
widow of Will am F. Dutiuin. Funeral on
Wednesday, nt lo a m.. from :i022 West Le
high ae. Interment private, nt Mount Ver
non Cemetery Hcmains may bo lenod on
Tuedny, 'rom 8 to in p. m
HITMAN On September 2.'i, 1014. ELMHtA
V. DITMAK, daughter of the l.ito Henry W.
nnd Elizabeth Dltman Itelnthes nnd friends
aro invited to attend the funeral sirvlces, on
Tuesday. September 2Htli at 2 o'clock, at
her sister's rcsldonco Mr" Tllchard C. Allen,
141" Oxford road. Frankford. Interment pri
vate DONOHOi;. On September 2S. 1014, FltANK
A., husband of Marv V Dnnohoo fnce Mal
lon). Funernl on Tuesday, nt 8 a. in , from
:14'I(1 Sunnyslde ave.. Falls of Schuvlklll
High Masn nt St Hrldget'a Church at 0 :!()
a. m. Interment Westminster Cemetcrv
FAl'l KNEIt On September 2(1, 1014,
LAUHA, wife of Arthur Faulkner (neo.
Ileice), nged 20 years Funeral on Wertne
day at 2 p. m from Haines st.. near Llmo
Icln pike, I'ittvllle. Interment Northnood
Cemetery. Remains may be viewed on
FAI.I.ON Ol September 27. 1014 VINCEVT
nr, FAL'L h-isbind of the Hte Bllen Fallon.
Residence 1S12 Stiles st. Due notice of tho
funeral will to given
riHIII'lC At Illverton. N. .!.. on Septem
ber 2(1. 1014 CONRAD riSHER Sr . In Ills
S7th vear Funeral on Tuesday, 1 I. M., from
M2 Mnln st.. Illverton. N. J. Services at
the Moravian Church, at Five Point", at
2:10 I. M. Interment churchvnrd.
FltUOOI.I. On September 2.-,, 1014. JOHN
P., husband of Jcannetta rrugoli Funeral
on Wednesday, at 8 10 a m. sharp from
his late residence '2"02 F Cumberland t
Solemn High Requiem Mass at St. Anne'
Church at 10 a. m Interment at St Anne'n
(lALMtllX On September 2.1, 1014.
PHILIP, hon of the Into John nnd. Marv
dalllgan Funeral on Tuesday, at S 10 a m
from IdOSi ramlngo nve. Requiem Miss
at the Church of tho Nativity, at 10 a. m
Interment St Mark's Cemetery. 7Mtol. Pa
GIT.IINnit. At Old Point Comfort. Va , on
September 27 ELIZAHETH J. wife it
Chirlcs W Olldner aged C2 jears. Due no
tice of the funernl will be siven, from lli"
Oreene st , Germantown.
GOTSHAIX. On September 2(1, 1014 DORO-
Tttv fATIIAIttNn, daughter of Daniel P.
117 Bessie J. (jot-halt, in her loth year Fu
nernl on Tuesday, at 2:jOp. m . from m
Pine st.. Darby, Pit,
(HUSiJIV. funeral ,tin"
Interment nt Mount
OIti:i!N. On Sefitember 21, 1014. CHAttl ..ns
II, husband of Amanda L and ra
.Martha nnd tho late Charle- Ofcen funernl
on Wednesday, nt 2 p. m . from 27J0 N. 12th
at. Interment private. ,.
illlir.Hi:N. On September 27, 1014. SI
THERESA, wife of the late He n.in
OrlcBen. Funeral on Wednesday, at s .on
m from 1.141 N. 12th at. Solemn Requiem
Maes nt St. Peter's Church, at 10 a m. in
terment at St. Peter's Cemetery.
ilAI.L On September 2,1, 1014, JAM, ANN,
widow of Thomas D Hall Funeral on
Tuesday at 2::io p. m from W'13 H Carlisle
st. Interment private, Mt. Morlah ( eme
tiAltKKlt. At 1'olntvlllc, N .1 .on Beplern
iirr 2.1,, 1014 ANNA 1. HAllKER, diuslitcr
of the lite llenjamln and Catharine H'irkrr
Funeral from the residence of her nephew,
Richard Harker, at Polntvllle, N. J., on
Ti'ciday, Siptemiier 20, nt 11 a. m ?' "l1"8
nt the house. Interment at Fpper Spring
field. IIAV At her reslilenre 2021 N .11st st.. on
Sep-.embcr 27, 1014, MARTHA, daughter of
Ihomnfl f nnd Isabella. Hay. aged lo jears.
Due notice of funeral will be given.
IIKL Sit.SO (neo Keohlmatin). On Sep
tember 2(1 Kill CATHARINE C . widow of
.fo'eph Helvtrsoii I uneral on Uedne'dny. at
8 .10 a. m , from 012 West Arlrona st. Sol
emn llciii em High Maffl at St Ldvvard B
Church, at lo a m. Interment at Holy Sep
ulchre Cemetery. Remains may be viewed on
Tuewlay evening. ....
HESS, On September 25 lull, ANNA MAIl
OAKET, widow of Thomas .1. llesa. Funeral
on Wednesday, at K .1(1 a. m . from 2J0.1
South Juniper st High Requiem Mns
at Epiphany Church. Interment Holy ross
Ill.St Iti.KY On September 21, 1014, nt her
summer home, Snuiilimorp. Pa., SALLIL
F, wife of Robert II. Himkley. Relatives
and friends are llivlled to attend th funeral
services, on Tuesday mornlnn, at 11.HI
o'clock, In Cnlvarv 1'iesbvterlnn Chinch. I it i
nnd Locust Intel mint will bo strictly pri
vate. HILI.Ei: On September 20. 1014. ANNA E,
daughter ot the late JTIizi and Albert lllller
Funeral on Tue-c.aj. nt 2 p. m.. Irom 23J
Hancntk st Inuimcnt private, at Ureen
HUUIir.S. At Phoenlxville, Pn. on Septem
ber 27, 1014, THOMAS F , husband or It iho
Hughes and Hon of the lot. Mar) T. Mc
(llenoev. Funeral on Ihursiliiv, at 0 a. m ,
from 2.1(1 1st ave. High Requiem Mas at Ht
Ann's Church, at 10 n. m Inti rniunt at Ht.
Mnrv's Cemctorj, Phoenlxville I'd.
JACK EL On September 20. 1011, WILLIAM
J.U KI.I-, htlBbnnd of Helena Ja-kel mee
' inilottl). I-uneral on Wednesd.iv. nt 2 p m.,
from 211S South 11th fit. Interment at Fern
Wood Remains may bo viewed on Tuesday,
ut s j). m
.IONEH On September 20, 1014, SAMUEL
K JONES, son of J.ime nn I Mary Joni s.
aged ::2 venrn Funeral on Wedncsdaj. at 2 p.
m.. from 7U10 Frankford nve Holmeeburg.
Internum private, nt Mignolla Ccmetciy
Friend? may call Tuesdaj, from 7 to 0 .,0
KANK On September 21. 1011. JOSEPH
A., son of the iate Edward nnd Hanna Kane.
Funeral on Tucxlny, nt 7 .110 a. m, from
COO Uenson St.. Fox Chase, Pa. High Miss
nt St. Cecilia's Church nt 0 a. m. Interment
at Holy CrosM Cemetery.
KOHIt On September 20, 1014, FRANK
LIN I., son of Frank M. nnd Ella Kohr,
aged 18 years. Funerol on Wednesday,
September .10, nt 2 p. m , from 102S W.
Cumberland at Interment private.
KH.I.EN On September 21, 1014, CHARLES
M. N, K1I.LCN. Funernl en Tuedn nt 1
p. m , from 47.13 Hazel ave. Interment
KIl.l'AT'tirK. On September 20. 1014.
MAROAItET A KILPA TRICK. aged K
sears. Funeral on Tuesday, at 2 P m , at
120 Chestnut st. Interment at rornwond
Cemetery. Friends may view remains Mon
day evening, from 7 to 'I o'clock
KELLY. On September 20. 1014. ALBERT
II., son of Charles J. nnd Reglnn T. Kelly.
Funeral on Tuesday at 1 .'lu p m . from
.1SJU Rrown st.. West Philadelphia. Inter
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
KNIITIN, On September 27. 1014. HAN
NAH It., widow nt Dr J Itartl'tt Kiiitfin
Tuneial from 2(i." N. Ilroad st on Tuesday,
at 4 p. m Interment Ktrlctlj private.
LA'.AI'.FS On September 2.1, 1014 HARRY
G., husband of Sadie Laarus. Funeral on
Tuesday nt 2 p in. from 2.112 South MM
st. Interment private Friends may call
Monday evening, from 8 to 1U p. m.
I.ENAHAN. On September 27, 1014. MAR
GARET T.. widow of the lat Jninc Len
ahan. Funeral on WedncsdJv, at 7 10 a. m.
rrom 1011 N I.elthgovv st solemn Requiem
Mass nt St. Mlehir I'hur h at 0 n m.
Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery
I.EVIZ On September 2.1, 1014, nt his sum
mer resldmre, Ocein CItv, N J, HARRY
I) LENT55 Sr.. husband of lo.ei hmo S
Lentz (nee Simpson). Relatives .mil friends
are Invited to attend the funeral Firvlees, on
Tuesdav afternoon, at 2 o'clock precisely, at
his lite res'demo, 1'kiJ North llth st.. Phlli
drlphta. Intcrmen' private. Kindly omit floral
MneDOrOAI.L. On September 20. 1014,
.sARMI Ma HOI'CAI.I. (nee Worts), wife ot
liiini-imln MacDougall. a(.ed 02 ears ru
ncril tii Wclnetildv, at 2 p m from lvi
l!nl lu n .t . Manajunk. Interment at Lever
lm,t n Cemetery.
Met I. TIIY. On September 27, 1014,
CLARA wife o George II Mei'la'hv miM
Ruhlandl. and dnugh'cr of Ilarb.irn and the
late William Ituhland. Due notice n the
funeral will he given from her late r ldcnee
.Viii. I.ansoovvno ave
MrfM'AItt In Hrl leeport. Pa., on Sep
tember '-'II I'll! MAR 7A PIT V
Funernl from (111 Green ft Ilrldgeport Pa
on Tuerd.u at I .0 p m, without furthc
notice. Interment private
MrCII CKEN On September 2fl. 1014 i
DAVID, husband of the late Nancy J Mi - I
en. Funeral on weunefluay, ni i p. "
2018 Edgemont Bt Interment private;
Cedar 11111 Cemetery. , f
MEKKEt.. On September 2.1, 1014. CLEM
ENS, hurband of Ottilia Merkel (nee Mer
kel). Funeral on Thursday, nt i 30. . pi
from SOI N. Randolph st. Requiem mum nt
il a. m., at St Peter's Church Interment
at Mast Holy Redeemer Cemetery.
MITt'HEM.. On September 2fi, 1014, MAnT
ANN, widow of Robert Mitchell, Funernl eirt
Tueedav nt 1 p m. ftom 7.11 Ernst Ontario
st Services nt the Trinity Reformed Epid
eopal Church, at 2 p m Interment at obk
land Cemetery, Remains may be lewed on
Monday after 8 p. in
AIHOHK On September 27, loll, tH.ANCH
II , wife of Alexander It. Moore. Funeral on
Wednesday, at 2 p. m., nt 2S(U W, Gordon
t Interment nt Mt Peace Cemetery,
Friends may view remains on Tuesday, at 8
MO.SS On September 21, 1014, MICHAEL.
husband of .Marv Mobs (nee Magulre),
Funeral Wednesday, nt 8. .10 n. m.. from
'W.1 Welkel nt. Solemn lleqnlm MatB at
the Church of Nativity. Interment Holy
Sepulchre Cemetery at 10 a. m. ,
AiOlt.SE suddenly, nn September 2d. 1014,
FRANCIS (I MORSE, of Chicago, 111., aired
III) years. Due notice, of tho funeral will lie
MORSE. Suddenly, on September 211, 1014,
11 JULIAN MORSE, of Chicago, III., B0n
of Frnnrla fl Morse, need .12 jenra Duo
nntle, of the funiral will lo given
.Mil HOLLAND. On September 27, 1DI4,
DAVID V husband of tho late Catherine
Mulholland Relatives and friends are In
vited to attend the funeral, on Thursday
morning nt 8 in o'clock, from his late resi
dence, northrist corner of 12th and Pine
ets. Solemn Mass of Requiem at St John's
i norm, at iu u. m. interment nt cathedral
t Vni tcrj.
Nt'OEVr. TAMES LLEWELLYN NUflENT,
husband of Florence Unldwlti Nugent, nt
Southern Pines, N ('.. S-p i tn'ier 2.1. Inter
ment nt Cnconnut Grove, Florida.
PARKER. On September 20, 1014. ALBERT
PARKER aged 4(1 jearB and 7 months.
Funeral from Mulllen Illll N J. on Third
diy Ninth Month -'Oth at 2 p in Services
al tho house. Interment In Friends' Ceme
tery. FFVI.TZ(iHAIT.On September 27. 1014.
I.nvvAPD P eon oi (icrge and Julia
I'falU.rrnn', aged 7 vears Residence, 31.11
Weetmin ter uve Duo notice of the funeral
vv II be given.
I'ET'lts On September 20. 1014, MTIS.
NETTIE PETERS. Funeral on Tuesday, at
2 p. in , from Schuyler's Ilroad and Dia
mond cts Interment private
KOHIlfl On September 27, 1014, CHARLES
.MILTON RORER, huslund of the late II.
Ernn.i Henrlilckson Rorer of Cassvllle, N. J.
Relatives and friends, also Newtown, Pa.,
1 o Ige .So. 127 F nnd A. M., Oxford Lodge,
No 14 1. o. O V,, Washington Camp. 1(11.
P. O S of A , HajBlde Council Jr. O, IL.
A. M. Anchor Grange, No. 171. P. of IL
(N. J.i. are invited to nttend funeral erv
lies. Tued,iv evenlnir September 20, nt 9
o'clock, at the residence of his brother, Will
iam W. Ronr. -112.1 Penn St., Frankford.
Interment Wednesday morning at 5lon Ceme
tery. e-w Eirvpt, N J. CarringeB will meet
train li-ivlng Market st ferry 8.12 n. m. at
New Egvnt 10 10 a. in.
SANDMAN. On September 20, 1014. JOHN
T.. husband of Mury C. Sandman. Funeral
on Tuesday, at S.30 a. in., from 3.121 N.
20th t Requiem Mass at Ihe Church of
the Holy Souls, nt 10 a. m. Interment
SCHICK On September 27, 1014, SARAH
t , widow of Thomas Schick and daughter of
tho late William and Elliheth Cornell Res
idence, 1211 Eist Susquehanna ave. Duo no
tice of funeral will he given
sllivurr On September 21, 1014. MICH
AEL SH1VDLE Funeral on Tuesday nt IS
P M, 'S'lth and Markit si. Itemalna may
be viewed Mondav eveninx after 0 o'clock.
Interment at Mt M irlab Cemetery.
STEIENSON At Sevvell. N. J., on Septem
ber 21, 101 1, o If . husband of Sarah A.
Stevenson (nee Snngg). Due notice of tho
funernl will be plven from his son's real-'
dence Harry S Stevenson. 5110 Viola t
M2d nnd Park-lde ave ).
STI'1 FV.OV On September 20. 1P14. ROB
ERT" STrVFVSoy. Jr. aged 41 years Fu
nenl servlres on Tuesday at 2 p. m., at hl
lite rcFt-'ence 401S Klngsesslng ave. Inter
ment private "
STKWSS Qiiddentv, nn September 24. 1014.
at Miami Tla WALTER STRAUSS, son of
Eon ar 1 the Inte Samuel Strauss, aged 31
years Relatives and frlenda nlsn memberiC
of Rappapnrt Ludge, No 21 I O. S. r and
Dlrneli Lod.c Judaic Un' n, arc invited to
attend the funeral, from the funernl parlor . '
of J. It Goldberg. 121 Eat 02d at.. New
York el tv, nn October 1, 1011 at 2 p. mf
Interment at Union Field Cemeterv '
TOMKIVS On September 20, 1014, FRED
ERICK ARTHUR TOMKINS formerly chief
steward of American and Red Star steamship
lines Relatives nnd friends are Invited to
nttend the funersl on Tuesdav nfternoon. at
2 o'clock precisely from the re'dence nf
his brother-in-law. George Clarko. 2122 North
Grat7 st Services at the Chapel of the
Church of the Ad.'cnte, at 2 10 o'clock. In
terment private. Buffalo and Brooklyn papers
TRvINOR On September 2.1 1014, PETER.
husband of Mary A. Tralnor Funeral on
Tuesdiv at 7 Mi a m from 2 '40 Melvnle tT
High Mass at Nativity Church at 0 a. m.
Intermtnt nt IIjIv Cross Cemetery
It'll vov On ntember 20, 1014. W1LTJ--IAM
If WII-cox aged rt vears Funeral on
Tuesdav nt 2 p. m from 111 Hnddon avrA
Camden N J In'ernv nt nrlvate, at the
Rat t!t Cemeterv Had lonflcld. N J. Ile-n-alns
",av be een on Mondav evening, from
7 to ' o clock.
" I-"i: On September 27. 1014. CABniE
i; t ISFH daiu-hter o' A illlim nnd the Inter
Rebeera J W rec Funeral on Thursday, ot 2
P m 'rm 2'7 Br Hge it Ri-idesburg Re-
ma'ns nav be ieved en Wednesday, between
S and 10 p m Inte-mcn' at Cedar Hill Cem
VttV On Septe" ' "'! 1014 ELIZA-
""Til wpvy . ii h Bouvler st-.
Itinera' en Tuej. - i. m from lt20
Chestnut st Irter vate
s SpOHANE THE f CH? S
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"The St.Pau! Road," Shortest Route to Pacific
North Coast Now Passes Through Spokane
"The Olympian" leaving Chicago September 12th, and
"The Columbian'' leaving September 13th, and
thereafter, for the Pacific North Coast, will be operated
over the "St. Paul's" new line through Spokane. The
traveler and tourist will appreciate the extension to
Spokane of the distinctive "St. Paul" service one road
one management one service "St. Paul" all the way.
. 4. -J
all steel perfectly equipped leaves Chicago daily at 10:15
p. m "The Columbian," another all steel train, leaves at
10:10 a. m daily. Both trains through to Spokane, en route to
Seattle and Tacoma via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Ry.
Travelers ever this route are afforded the double advantage of
"St, Paul" service and a route of great scenic variety the pic
turesque "Trail of the Olympian,"
Description books and fitll Information Jrea on request to
G. J, LINCOLN, Commercial Agent,
818 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa,