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WHAT ONE MAY SEE ON THE MIDWAY AT THE TRENTON FAIR
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NESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914
diseases. For the Insl three years he
hntl been In poor licitltli, rainier, was
born in the Kensington district, and
wlillo still n youth ho learned to bo a
machinist. Later ho becamo a stationary
engineer. He was n member of the ?lst
lteglmcnt, l'enhslviuila Volunteers, In
the Civil War, and after his rclcaso from
I.lbhy Prison he Uns placed on duty In
a, I'lillRdclphla hospital until tho end of
(lie war. Palmer Was a member of
Kearney Post, Vo. S", Grand Army of
the Hcptibllc; Aahworth Post,
Ot and Army of the Republic,
Knights of tlio Golden Eagle.
NinVAniv. N. J , Sept 30. Francis
Child, lawyer, chairman of the Pasaalo
Vnlloy ScvvcritRO Commission, twice men
tioned as n candidate for Governor of
Vevv Jersey on tho Domociatlc ticket nnd
foimotly n Judge In the Circuit Courts
In l'sso County N. J., died sestorelny
.tt his homo at 110 Proud street. Mr,
Child ns born In Storrlstovvn In 1S12,
Uli father v.ns Judge of tho Court of
Cnmmon Pleas for three terms.
LOSE EIGHT MILLION
DOLLARS IN OCTOBER
Corporation Dividends Next
Month Will Be That
Much Smaller Because of
European War Influences.
TEN THOUSAND FIRES
IN THIS STATE DUE
So Fire Marshall Reports
After Investigating Causes
of 16,500 in Two Years.
Because of tho European war, which
has forced many corporations In levv
of a stringency In general business, to
conerve their assets as much as pos-
lble, stockholders of railroad. Industrial Now that fall housecleaning is under
and utility corporations will receive dur- i way and l.iper and rubbish is being
log the month beginning tomorrow a
total of JlW.3S6.5Sj in Interest and ellvl
dtnd disbursements, as against Slwi.UM,
53 paid out in the some month last at.
Dividend pajments will be smaller than
last October by approximately $S.03(.26S.
thrown around the house Indiscriminately,
tht Pennsylvania State Tire Marshal's
ollku considers it an opportune time to
cull general attention to the dangers of
The department in the last two .vc.irs
This falling off Is due to the action of has, Investigated the causes of more than
many companies In either passing their , lb.JW tires in Pennsylvania It makes
dividends or reducing or deferring action ' tho asseition, In u stuUment Just 1s-
Of tho total disbursements to be made,
interest paments will aggregate iSl yo,
000 and dividend. SW.SSfi 5.V!. A "ummarj
of the October dividends this jcar, com
pared with those of a year ago. as com
piled by the New York Joutnal of Com
in,:. ii wj
-T ."Ii HnI
,-t -.;; .;;
7 T47 OiiS
7S "stf 55 MJ osu v,vj
fitret rsttlna9 .
Among the more important changes In
dividends, as compared with the same
ptrlod a ear ao were
American Shiphu Min? preferred
Aurora ElearlL and cable common
Central Coal and (. k tommon
Colorado and nrst prefrrrid.
Cities Service common
Cities' frerWce preferred
Colorado and second preferred.
Dominion Steel Corporation
International Harvester Corporation
Mexican Petroleum preferred,
Remington Typewriter common.
Repubili. Iron and steel preferred
United Mates Lai lnn Pipe preferred
United Mates imcltlng and llennlnx tummon
sM M.LKR PAVMiJ.STs
Anaconda i. 1 1 er
New York Transit.
Now York Mats Railways common.
bouthwestern PennslNttnla Pip Une
The complete record of the pasments
made by industrial corporations by
months Is as follows:
January . .
October . .
Ill l.". Mil
JZ u i;-i
II) 1 V! Tol
4il, US iri
a 07 1.S73
J7 sin 110
ll .VI sinl
v -vrti 4III-.
III T.U ls
Jil I..I 7V I
U ST. Ti
sued, that of this total (,0 per cent , or
neail lO.OuO, uf these llrc3 were due
' entirely to carelessness. '
Accordingly, the Tire Marshal has di
rected his deputies and the llrst olitcials
in the various municipalities in this State
to at onte begin a ' safet tirst cam
paign One of the dt-pai tment's sugges
tions is that the l,332,'.,'il school children
in tho State bo taught the chemistry of
tire as well as instructed In tire drills
The Fire Marshal as
The work of fire tiKhUnj can be materials
I !. ne.l b working for tiro prevention M re
mention and tare i.houll be KUtn to the iou.
struaion and iii-iturl.il usn in neA buildings
and the rem al .,f old and uiUpiUtel bullJ
Intrs. whkh ar tire traps and a memue :i
In this work tr one uliethcr ho belong
to a rlrt. compan tr not. should be lntercie 1
' nnd b hi example and efforts encmrajrt th
i ulshliors and other In the work IndlUdaal
mimbers or associations formed by the mr n
lers uf tire companies should make frequent
. xumlnatlona and beeome thorouj;hl familiar
with the Lonstruetlun of bulldlnes in their rt.-sreitlve-
districts, and wheneer or wherever
buildings are found especla!l liable to tire an I
uri so sltuiied as to (nd4n-tr jiher r ipert
or where an trash ir rubbish ha teen allowed
ti accumulate In or about buildings which b
Its Inflammable nature mlht ause tire then
(either b persuusi m of the lnUUduil or as
s. elation or b reportlni; to th, ,r uer au
i in. rules sec that the same Is remove 1 cr di-
Ii, this wav man auses of fires will be
el mlnated nnd ionaenuentl thero will be a
saving of rr' per: I.ei tire prevention stait
with a genera! cleaning up and a destruction
or removal if all tiro breedln; material and
the advocating of better construction in bulla-
I A movement Is under way to organize
a new casualty company In I'hllodelphla
and tho promoters are endeavoring to
Interest bank orllclnls.
ATTENriarJ VJITW A
THE WRST IMPRESSION
out the suggestions of the commission
as to consenlng net tevnues It r
understood that President Wlllard, ot
the Ilattlmore and Ohio, who oiencd the
case originally for the rallioads, will
make the opening statement at the forth
Western trafllc olllcers, who expected
last week to file rate advances within
une month, now say It will requite two
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA
Sl'N AND TIDES
su rise T, 1.1 a m I Sun ets .. 6 16 p ro.
HlKh water 10 Warn 'High water. 11 11 p m
Uvv water a lit n m j Low water Sl'it'in
Hleli water. 7 11 a m I High water. 1 OS p m
Livv water 1 41 nm I Low v. iter.. S 07 p m.
Hlh water " m n m I High water. . tn p m.
1-jw water 11 '.'Jam I lw water. .11 11 p. m
Vessels Arriving Today
Mr Mart Pvlnt illr ). Isndon, merclnndlse.
Charles M Tivlora Sons
str. Jof-ei b dl tilorglo iNor.), Port Antonio,
fruit Atlintlc Fruit t'ompin
-tr Molina INor), Port de Palx, logwood,
Gailc Davis A. Co
'tr. Ptwnec, Rich, New York, merchanllie.
-ohr Ilrlnt P Pendleton, New York, bal
last D Cummins .v. Co
Steamships to Arrive
Mongolian Glasgow ..
Ktampalla Naples ....
Merlon Ltverpool .
Cltv of Durham Calcutta ..
M in Mariner Manchester
I Narvik .. .
Rapllan . .
U Inlatnn . . .
Sewatle N It ept
ri v inceni.c V ept
The Penn Mutual Ufa has allotted an
increase in dividend!, for 1SH abole the
eustomary gain for advanced ago, which
will give an increase in dividends to
policyholders of from ll'j to IS per cent.
over lost -ar.
STitinirt I The Zurich Oensral Accident and U
ii UiT 4
!'' .4" .Hsi
Steamships to Leave
Dominion Liverpool ...,
Stu-npMla Naples , ,
Merlon Uvcrpooi .. .
Call ornia Copenhagen .
. . Oct. 10
. Oct 17
Christ la nt.t
Grnctana I elth
fllltjH . Rottfrdam Oct. s
Man Mariner Manchester . w lu
Mart Point Im Inn Oct ID
Missouri London Oct. It
Itapldan .. Lelth ....Oct. IB
PORT OF ISEW YORK
united States Copenhagen
StampnlU .. Sept.lt
Sept. J Naples
faept. -J . . .. Liverpool
.h a m.
Steamships to Leave
Total for veor
Following are the combined luam rail
road and street railnav vi1tnd paj
ments by months.
. . (ii If! 'in
SO . 1JT
. ., 4i.tolT4k.i
. . W 7J1
. IT .'it T?n
billty Innuroncc fomnani has Just nn- ' Columbia'
rolntpd the olllt. of Charles E Mather us i Philadelphia
manag-rs for Philadelphia and vicinity.
March . .
Anru .. ..
Auiust . ...
September . . .
Total for jar
T'te Interstate 'ommiree Commission,
not having notified the Pennsylvania
Ralltoad and the Phlladolphln nnd Head
lug Hallway mpa of an suspension
uf the- proposed mileage booh rnte ad-
. .. Liverpool
... .Naples . .
Ixjmlon . .
. I 5 '"' ' ancev. tne nea rates will automatically
jo v?. Sii become effpclive tomorrow The Commls.
Ij'i't.-J" slon has iriven Its "Ihi It aimrov al" to the
'"5 -"L1 ! '-'1 '"J nnniiiip.l irirr.awsa tint Inter it mar direct
J1 III) 1I su vli 4111 ---- - -'- - --
4 JTt 4Tj hm ii, , a general Inimiry to detrmln the causes
fWi'.riT' Itn " .v;r. I The Increases will boont the milcaga
win mix i nil ui inn rtunwus eakt oi
I'lttt-burtih and north '! tin Pot imac I
Kiver In ottur Kurds, trielfi who now
Tt iftsl.milf bfb fi,r ii" will have to pnv
tomorrow , RJI0 for the same nooK T"0
rate for the lUifemile interchangeable
boolj, which Is now iii. with a return of
U upon presentation of the book cover
11 luT .-.-
f.rl Ji't ii:i
STAUB FAILED TO LAST
NOIiniSTOWT. Sept 30 -An un-
pected reversal of form by Willie Staub.
of Norrislown, In the eenth round of aftr h mileage has been used, will to
the wind-up at the wet-Hly shut of th 'ii'irroty h . with a rebate of only JJSO
ralace A C here lat mght caused the u,:'.'in r',urn f ots' . .
..,,. , ,. .. . " ., Thi- r.iilnad. hav nut et made appli
leferee to stop the bom to 4ve l,im ,atl ,0 the cn-nmll.m for permission
from further punishment Opposed to , u iiurva thtir fcingle trip passenger
Johnny Ferguson, of Philadsipbla, Staub ,teli Suoh a ri-ciuest had been planned,
hail nmuhi h K...- , . . , . but the oflli lul of the Eastern lines ap
had somewhat the better of a series of, r3,nMy flguri.a ,hgt lt BOuld be more
slashing exchanges and was nUtld to . eonkUwnt to ewalt the commission's nc
the verdltt at the end of Ave rounds lon " 'he iropoftd 5 per nt freight
' rat advances . rfiiearing nas iiecn
i irrantud the roads in this application It
The sixth, however, was a different
story Ferguson began matters b drop
pin bis opponent to the canvas for th
count of nine The latter struggled to
his feet and managed to hold on Until
I'eur the end of the r..und. when lie was
again U"iuiletl on the Moor by one of
vtlli b? held Ortohfir 1 at Washington,
It is the general feflint; In railroad clr
i If that the Lommlssinn will see the
necessity fur at least part of the proposed
i ate .tdv-n't-a and that it will pt-rmlt tho
enforcement of lncros'd tariffs In that
rcn-uson's (lunches but the bell i-nmo , tvrnt. If the increases to be granted shall
to his rescue Seeing that his minute's
rest naa lautu to nave a recuperating
effect on Staub and that it was but a
question of time before the end woqlil
come, the referee stepped between thu
fighters and dctar4 Ferguson the
Domlulck Tollerlne. of Noiristuwn.
made up for his fellow townsman s huit
tomings by getting the better uf lew
Stinger, of I'hiUdetphU 10 the fcuu
wind-up The prellmlnares resu ted is
follows Batting Hudson gm the ilu
be in th- reeUhborhocid fo tne 5 per cent
asked for. there will probably be dropped
the plan o boost revenue Income by
higher passenger fares.
Presidents and counsel of several Bast
era railroads met In New York toda
to plan for the re .pen ink' of the Eastern
rate ap Itefme tie Intfi ..t ctt nmmerie
i cm mini' a ii Uit'iher 19 Witnesses will
l I I lil tn at ' the -l end tu le
rcu tpe ii ailv n , n r ur peao w.ii
has itct'd an me'gen tn meri.an
. Oct. 1
FREIGHTS AND CHARTERS
The stcamihlp market has assumed a quieter
tone the demand for nnndxe show ln a slleht
neillne Rates remained stead) The demani
I r sail tonnage Is exceedingly light.
Tauntun (Nor). New Y"rk ti Scandinavian
prts, refined petroleum WX1 barrels, prlvatu
Pr sper 111 iNor I Ztf. I tons. New York to
i.jenhaon ceniral targ, private terms.
promt i nut as previous! reported)
faommerstal iNur i. VJiJ tons, Uqlf to s an
ilravlan i,rts. 11 ,ukc ur c ittun, private
llercubs mutch) 1172 tons. Foney to 1'hll
ai.elphla. china clay, private terms, prompt
Kran.es iNor). mm tons. Jamaica to New
York ur htamford. Ct., lusttpod. private terms,
Schr Karl Orey. 17a tons, rirldgswater, N
S to Cuts, lumber. J5 north side, ssvj touth
nchr. Carrie A. I.ane 703 tons. Phllaflphla
to I'once ( R i.dl. private terms
lrhr. Ilrrna P Pendleton. Ml tons, Phlla
cltlphla to polni-a-l'etre coil, rrlvate tirro
Schr J E-lvvard Drake. 71 tons. I'hlladel
piila to Ma.vpnrt, eoal. private terms
tcbr. Van Aliens II'uiKhton. IW) tons. Phll
uilfljihla to Ristoii. coal, private terms
Schr Medtia illr ). !7s uns, (iulliurt to Ma
tanias. lumber 'l
Schr. Mark Penlleton 45 tons Mlragoane
to New York or htamforit, logwood, prlvat.
Caledonians Resign From League
Nl WAIIK. Sept Da-qecatiie of the
wiilulntw il of the ('aledoniiins of this
cits, the .Vatl'inal Football league will
ba forced to start the season with but
nine clubs The season l to be opened
on October 4 nnd the final games will
be plaeil February IS The IlroMjn
Celtics were after a berth In the league
but owing to the Caledonians' tard resig
nation were not admitted The Celtics
have since signified their intention of
Joining tho New York State League
DE PALMA AT TRENTON
Noted Automobile Diivcr to Tnke
Part in Contests Theie.
TnUNTON. N J.. Sept. 30 -The auto
mobile meet at tho Ticnttm Inteistate
I'alr, Fildiiy, piomlsus to he one of thu
best ever i mi on a half-mile track With
cars, of different m.tkes cntoiul nnd a
number of famous diiiers the day villi
be one of the best of tho week
Halpli de Tain u, the "king of speed
ers," will, undoubtedly, bo thu centic of
attraction. Ho Is the only man In uuto
mobilu history who has won two Ulgin
national inccs, two Vnndcibilt nnd two
Cobo Trophy rices. He was the dirt-road
champion In 190 1300. yiO and 1912 and is
now lrailiiig foi the lo.ul-rncuig ch.im
plunslilp hi 1911 Jlnnj drlvets, envious
of his recoid, will push him to thu limit
for the honuts of the day. His f.tst .Mer
cedes has been shipped from Knlamaroo
to Tienton H.tniond II. Hiown wllllme
the Ibottn-rraschlnl. This car, which Is of
Italian make, is the laigest enteied nnd
has a plrton displacement of m Inehts.
Tlic famallcM eai in piston dHpl.iceiiient,
but ono of the fastest on tho ptogram, will
bo driven by Jack LtCnln This Hubj
C'hoMolet led the 100-mlle race at Hiighton
Ue.ich until It was foiccd to wlthdiaw on
uccount of u mishap The fearli s-h t.e
C'aln is considered ono of De Palni.t's most
O'Keefe Draws With Burns
l'OTTSVIM.i;, Pa, Sept. mAn injury
to his hand In the seventh louiid, pre
vented Tomm O'Ketfe, of Philadelphia,
from Bitting tho deci-lon ovct 1'i.inkle
Hums, of Wilkes-Hmre. In ,t un-iotitnl
bout heic last nUiit. The light was, de
clared a draw. O'Keefu led all the wav
during the llrst ?l lounds, but ultsr his
mishap in tho seventh was foiccd to
tight on the defensive.
FUNERAL OF W. G. EOTHFUS
The funeral of Willi tin flottlob noth
fus, n vetenn of tho Civil Wat, who
had solved under Tnrrngut In the bat
tle of Mobile I3a.v. will bo be Id on Tliurs
dnv from hh home, 1MJ5 Cedar street.
Hi was 73 irs old mid died from un
nltnek of limit ilSeaFo Ilothfus joined
tin nrmy at th outbn.ik of tli' t'ivil
V, ar and was later tt.msfpucil to thi
navy, where hit received several prbes
for ships captuiiMl by ships ho setved
on Ho was u member of the Red Men
Knights of the Iron Iting. Philadelphia
rtlflo Hub, the C5 A. It and miny sing
ing societies. He was n dliector of thu
Hygela Ice Company. Hi3 widow and
five children survive. Interment will be
at the North Cedar Hill Cemetery.
MRS, MARGARET SEVERSON
MONTi'l.Mlt. Sept. TO-JIts Miugarot
Sevcrson, 79, jeari old, died j.n the
home of her ton-in-liiw, Pi j k
Uurgess. of 6 ralrfleld stteet Mis
hevcrson, who was a native of Philadel
phia, resided In Ualtimoie most of her
life, coming to Montclnlr live eirs ngo
She lived In Washington during the Civil
War and was active in lellef work for
tne soldiers She leaves eIn children
Mis Iluigess of Montel.tlr, Mis C M.
Hardy. Thomas K Severton nnd I' V.
rieiversoii, of Uultimoir. Mrs. John P.
Gtea.cun and Miss .N'noml Severson, of
Itoyal Oaks, Md
DR, SOLON MARKS
SIIWAI'KCC, Sept, SO-Dr holon
Marks, ageit S7, one of tho most
widely known surgeons of Wisconsin,
died esteida. Di Murks was one of
tho founders of the American Suidlcal
Association He served as surgeon in
the Civil War fiom 1W1 to U6I first as
surgeon of tho 10th Wisconsin, later us
biigado surgeon undci Uener.il bill, next
as division ungeoti with General Uous
scau and fln.illv us chief surgeon of the
first division of the Hth Army Corps.
Thomas Palmer, 7s ,ais ld, a veteran
of thp 'vil War, ivni) liad seen service
at tifttisliurg nnd Hull liun, died estei
daj afternoon at his home, IjII Oxford
street, Praukfiud, tiotn a complication of
NK, In loving memnrv of .TOSUPH F.
WANK. Died (September .10. 1012
Hear If the Rrnvo where our lovcil ono
Sweet Is the mc.nnrj Hint never shall
I' ' inn v wither lev? fnll ond die
Others foraet nu, never shatl 1
SISTtHt. IIIIOTHIIIIS, NKI'llllW.
IKIlN. Suddenly, on September 27. 1014.
WALThlt, foii ot Jennie Alkcn, and tho lato
Jtntthcw Aiken, nucd 2(1 senra Tuneril
services on Wednesday, nt 2 p. in., at llttO
I lines st , Prankford Interment North Cedar
HAMll.i;it. On Septomlier 27. 1014. CC
CCt.I.V, beloved wife of llenr Handler, nsccl
JJ years Itelotlvea nnd friends nre Invited
to attend tho runenil Bcrvlces, on Thursday
nrternoon nt 2 o'clock, at her late residence,
2WI North 22d s. Interment private. Nc-v
vork imiers please copy,
Itr.ASIO CI.AIIA HLASIO, 13 jcars. 1I21
"I'A'.'.y-n"0" Monday. September 28. 1014.
;!'"', , HCllI.lA, widow of the late Joseph
K Hbler, In liei iVitli jenr. lnlcrmont In
I ernvvroil rcmetery, IVrnnoml, Pa , at 2
i" in MV.lnesilnv upplemher "n.
"!!;y.,.IM,AN' " September 27, lOH.Onir-
I nil A son of tho late Kdvvard nnd Sarah
Hoardman. rutienl services on Vcilneilav.
at 2 p rr . nt .11 nit Itovvman st . falls of
s-chTlklll. Interment private at Mt. Vcnion
i emi terj
HKAIMi:. nnniXCA BIIAIKIC. fiO jcars,
,JH IVmhorton st.
IUIIAK. HANNAH BUilAK, 82 years. 2117
S Ninth st.
lU'ItKi: On September 2S, Itlll JOHN V.
Iiu..l.-in'l of Mrv liurlto. Pnnernl services
on Tliiirrilnv. nt 7 10 n. m , at 20it2 15 Hoi
ton live High Mass at St. rtonlMclua'
Church i.t n a m Interment nt Holy Cross
IirUHMH I.OUIS DUTOI'SKI. 03 -enrs.
2JciS S, Hlghtli st.
Ill ZItV. On September 27, 1!14. nnHUCCA
II . v.lfc of Chnmtcs" M Iluzbj, nited 71)
vents nnd i. nmntliH I'uncril from the resi
le nco of her hiKbnnd, Vv'onnnah N J., on
r.iurth-ilaj. Ninth Month anth ot n 10 n. m ,
nlso services nt friends' Meeting House
Miilllc i Hill, N. J ut II a m Interment
(AI.HMIII.I,. .1. AMI BUT, Midilenli nt
Hniirnemnuth, Hngland September 20th
V VI.Dtt i:i,l. Of appendicitis, on .September
27 inn nni.i.N l.Aforitt-Aiii:. widow of
l lmrlr 11. Caldwell funeral services at
St Mnik's Church. HUli nnd I.ocut sts , on
Wednesday the tlCth lust , nt 2 10 p. m.
CAKMOI'Y. On September 2S. 1(111 WINI
ritl.D J , iHiiKhter of tho Into Michael and
i nthiirlne Carmodv Ilelatlvcs and frlcnili.
nlwi League of tho aacred Henrt of st
ThoinaB" Church arc Invited to attend the
tuneinl en frld iv innrnlng at 10 o'clock,
from hei Into residence. 1 .Js s-nuth loth sr
Solemn Itequlem Mass nt St Thomas'
i t.nr Ii, nt In o'clock Interment at New
i Hthedrnl Cemeterv
CAItltOI.I On Ninth Month 2'Sth. 1014.
ANNA II CARIIOI.L, need 7", vcirs. ltcli
tlvfs nnd friends nre Invited to nttend tho
luncrnl fervlccs on I'lftli-eliy. Tenth Month
lut nt .' 10 o'cl ick. In f rlrn N' Meetlnc;
House, at ISth unci Unco sts. Interment pri
vute CA'IllCAHT. On September 20 Wn.nTHIlL
I.HC eldest daughter of Willi mi Ledjard
nnl Mamie I). Lee Cathctrt. Services nt her
late residence i.MJ Westvievv i-t , flerm in
town, on frldnv, October 2, nt 2 p in.
Trnln leives llroi 1 St Station nt 1 14 p m.
for l'psil "titlon. Interment prlv ite.
C V AN l (,ll. MicMenli, on September 2s
1H14 KilIN J. CWANAfeiH. husliand of
Agne I. Cnvsmuah (nco McCTrih) ntid miu
of the Hte Mlchiel J nnd l.'Ili ibeth M
I'avnnnJKl' funeral on Thurml iv nt s 10
n m from 171U N llrond st Solemn He
nulem Mns at St Stephen h Church nt 10
. n Interment Holy -e ulchre Cemeler
(CMl'IM AMtnilT CHMPIN1. .'.9 jcnr.
171 1 N Carlisle st
COI 1 INsi DWAP.D COLLINS. .19 jenrs.
tol f. fhelten uvc
t HKIsrilN. On September 29 Hill. MKL
I lliott liushiiKl of the bite Cntlnrlne Clirls
.en ng"d S cnrs funeral on frldi. nt
c 10 n m from 4'.s lirocn lnue, Hnxborough
Itenulem Miss nt st Man's Church at 10 n
n IntTricnt prlvato at St. Mark's Ceme
(IMI CATHAIllNi: CUSH, 42 jcars. 1030
N Palethorp st
DII'lINO V1NCUNT DIPKNO, 14 months.
lOoi fernon st.
1)1)1.1. VltlON. -On September 21), 1914
MMHOV i:I.IX.VI1i:th dunhtcr of James
ntii fiizibeth ri fniiarton (neo Ornnt)
Putnnil services on friclav nt 2 p, m , from
IV.7 lcce t Interment privnte
nosriiit. nnoitni: dostku, 2t jcars
r.'.'l Vnrth .'ftb st
Dot (.LASS LILLIAN DOUrsLABS,20 j ears.
P.l 1 inmore rT
i:.MiM.i:it saraii CNs.MiNonrt. ca
veir- 2201 ilrat st
IlltltirKMIV.- September 27 Mil. FRANK
liiiFtand nf Alice llrrb Ksnn meo I.jnch)
1 i 'lernl on llnnsdij at On m frnm 21'.
i.irr'n bt llb.li Muss rt nequlcm nt st
I'lull,, a c bur, 1- nt lu a m Interment Hob
i ki-s c, metcrv.
1 (lf I II. -On September 2S 1014 DAVID
K husband Anna Forsjth (nee Wnlfrujn),
and on nil'ahetii nnd James K. fnrsjth
Kelatlves and friends, nli-o loska Tribe. Nn
37'i, I. O It. M., nnl Court Perseverance)
ir7, r. nf A., nre Invited tn nttend the fu
neral, on Thursdaj, nt 1 SH o'clock, from
his late residence, 2117 Enst Williams st.
Remains maj be viewed Wednesday evening,
after S o'clock. Interment at Oakland Ceme
tery. I (). CONRAD FOX, 0 jears, 272.1 Ortho
I 111.. JOHN FRIZ. r,9 J ears, 237 South
1 HOST. On September 2s 1014. THNNIi:
r FRO-T (neo Ilvrne) wlfo nf A W. Frost
funeral servl es on frldnj, at 2 p in at
the icsl.enii of her biotlur-ln-lavv, Itobeit
Cr nshej, ftlfld Main st , Clcrmantovvn. In
,l.l-si:i On September 27. 1014, HENRY
J. CiHsSnL. husband of Kmm.i tlclssel cn-o
herg) in his "7th uir funeral on Thurs
dav at 1 10 p m . from Hill frankford nve
Int, rnient at Oakland i cmetery
fillllAttll'I V. On September 2S, mil, Very
Rev M J ORRAniirV. D. D , O. S A,
rector of Our Moihr of Cnnsolalinn Church.
Chestnut Hill nKed 47 jears. Rev. elerv
an I frlen Is are Invited to intend the funenl
Silemn Reciulem Maes, Thursdaj morning .it
In o'cl ek Iilvlne otthc betlnj at 1)10. In
terment at Villa Nova
filtllUN'. Sinldeiily. September 2B.riIAni.ES
R, helvf, husband of Amanda I. and nn
of Martha and tho Into I harlcs Orutii Rela
tives nnd friends, nlsn Richard Vaux Lnlse
No. SSt. F. and A M Kcrulnet n e hVi
t.r. No SHI It A. M Kndoah coniiminciery
Nn V"), K T . Pitman Mabonlc Club, eifflc rs
and dliertors of tho American fnteiprbe ind
Irving llulldlng nnd lin Assnclstlnm and
.-iiiiuuj r-o ,., uir c t ,, line ut'iiini iiinu-
faeturlng I'ompaiiv nre Invited to attend the
luneiol (enlfcs nn Welnefdjj afternoon nt
3 o',l tk, at his lute residence. J7i(l N 12th
ft Interment irlvaf
4.REKN. K.t.lni:.V 2S years, 2118 Stew,
1,1 On Septeml er 27 1014 fr.I.ATii TH
vvllovv of John clu. ibe I VI years run rjl
m.. from the .far-
en vvcuncraay, oc lion h. in., iiwhi etiej.,..
lots of V. J, Carroll, 2(4 North, 4th st. Illlih
Mass nf RcrjulonT nt St. Atifiittlne Ch'irrn,
oly Cross Ccmo-
hCJIOtll.S ANII COI.IKHKtt
Penns)Ivania School for Social Service
410 Viutli lirteenlh Street
t'lais work Includes leetures and discus
sions on the development of the social Ideal
and the growth nf social Institutions present
ho principles nf relief, organization and
inanagemi nt ,.f t oc I il ugemles and con
ell u. live programs for social reform
I leld viurk uffnrcU an opportunity for
prae tic cl experience nnd training under the
supervision of experts Send for cataluir
Opening date October 2cl
Ion over Eddie Clark, and Harry Davis rai'roid affairs, and t des-nbe the ef'
tested Kddlo Russell
Frank Chance Reaches Chicago
( HK'Atio Sept 30 Frank hante. the
recently deposed manager of the New i
)nik Aiifrieans. reached this city jes
ttrday on his uutoinobile Journej arioss
trw 'ortluent to his home In California.
He will stay here for a few days and "will
j forts the railroads have made to varry then continue bis trip,
Mountain and Seashore
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS
AiriJIN .I,A r(lllsloss
MAUCH CHUNK AND SWITCHBACK
ROUND TRIP TICKETS Y , v 29 CA
Iavlnic ltrudlng Terminal 7.30 . V JPcVsVy
tar time at utber poliiU und special rates see I'ljrrs.
TO ATLANTIC CITY, OCEAN CITY, SEA ISLE CITY
STONE HARBOR, WILDWOOD, CAPE MAY
ROUND TRIP TICKETS YJUKSSKfci ei Af)
leaving Chestnut and South his. 1 e-rrles 7.30 A. M. )r V7 J
nt 0 a. me
IIAII'KY. On Beptember 20. loll. JOHN
.? , husband nf Mantaret M. Ilaftey. riinernl
on Wednesdnj'. nt S 30 m., from .120 North
Hotton t Solemn Mass of Iteclulem ft
ihiircli of our Lady or the ltofnrv at 10
n m Interment nt St. Penis' Cemetery.
, Ri jears, 110 Hermit st.
ilARRIS. MARTIN HARRIS, 40 years, 1832
HOWARD. Suddenly, nt Wlltlamsporl, I'a ,
September 2l, 1014, KMMA A. WIllTKLUV,
wife of William II Howard, of Emporium,
I'a. Funcnil services at Emamiol Church,
Ilmiorlum: I'a., on frlitny. nt 11 n in
lltMllUMMttr. rln nlember VR. 1014. MR-
NLST htisbiinil of Mnrj Klimsmoro nnd son
of Wllllnm anl Maria Klncsmorc. nxed 2,
sears funeral on TIltlrsc!flJ. nt 'j,'',.).B' m,i
Irom 221J fierce st. Solemn High Mnsa at
Church of St Edmund, nl 10 a. m, liter
ment at Holj Cioss Cemetery
KOll It. On September 211, 1014. FRANK
LIN I , son of Frnnk M nnd l.Iln Knhr,
used 18 jinrs Functnl services on A trine
daj nt J p. tn , nt 1021 est Cumberland
st interment private
I.AIEH.On Septeifiber 21. 1014. I'AUtj P,
son of fredeilclea teller (nco flckert) nnd
the Inle Onttlob Iiler nged SO vears Fu
neral services on Thursday, nt 2' ) p. m nt
2SI0 North Wnrnock st Interment ut Urecn
.MAUKA'lll.- in l'hllndelptiln, nn September
27. 11)14, lATIIAIUNI. MAORATH (ntn
Itnlli), ilniiKliltr "f the latn .Moses nnd
Catharine Rath funeral fiom His tcsldence
of her brother, James Rath Depot st ,
IJrIJgcport, Fa., on Wednesday, at s a. in.
HlKh Mass In Ht Aumistlne's Church, nt
H 'to a m Interment nt St Augustine's
(oineteiy, Itrldcepprt fa
MAHKTT. On September 27. 1011 IOHN
W , son of Philip nnd Mnrgiret Mnrett, In
hi" 21th J ear ilinernl services on Thurs
ilaj, nt 2 p m, at .vol Cilttenden st. In
terment private nt Cheltcn Hills Cemeterj.
JIA.sSKi- On Heptembcr .11. 1IH4, MARTHA
J MAre'lJV fnee Quav) II, latlves nnd friend"
aro Invited to attend the funeral services, on
Thumbi) nt 2 p. m., nt her Into residence,
mil North i"7lli st Interment private
Met I,A1CI1. On Scptoniber 27, MM,
CLARA, beloved wlfo nf George H Mc
Clatcby and daughter of Ilnrbara nnd the
Into William Rtiliiand. Relatives nnd friends
nro Invited to attend funernt, Wednesday
morning, at 0 30 o clock, from his late resl
deuce, .'lins Linsdnvvne nve . West I'hlln.
Solemn Requiem Mass nt Church of Our
Lnd) of the Itostrv. nt 11 a. m. Interment
nt Holv Cross Cemetery.
Mef.NROi: On September 20. 1011, MAR1I1
TI1.HNI3V McHNIlOi:, ivldovv of Vndievv Mo
Hrroe, Hue notlio of the functal will be
JlrlUlflNNV fANNIF. McILHENNV, 57
jcars R30 North franklin Rt
Mel.VLdlll.lN. HUMAN McLAUOHLIN, 10
veari S012 Oikford st.
MILI.KR. IOHN H.. on September 27, nt
Reading. I'a funeral services ut hli Into
residence. HOI Center ave , Heading, nn
Thursday, October 1. Ilurlal at Adiimstovvn,
tM . by trolley.
MOIISi:. huddenlv, on September 20, 1014.
II JULIAN MOHSn, of Chicago, III, son
of Frauds O Morse, nged 32 vears. Duo
notice of tho funeral will bo given
Ml'I HOLLAND. On September 27. 1014
DAVID v., husband of'tho lato Catherine
Mulhollnnd Relitlvcs and filends nio In
vited to attend tho funeral on Thursday
morning, nt S 10 o'clock, from Ids late resi
dence, northeast corner of 12th and I'lno
stL. Solemn Mass of Requiem nt St. John's
Church, nt 10 j m. Interment nt Cathedral
MIWZO MARA- MUNZO. 70 jenrs. Juniper
and Whirton sts.
NAt.l.Il. On September 27. 1014, MAROA
RI1T ALICIl, daughter of George C. nnd
Hllznhcth A Nngle aged 4 month" nnd 1
week. Funeral services on Wedncslay, nt 1
p m. preclselj, nt her parents' residence.
.11" Cambridge st Interment at Fcrnnood
NHtt MAiKR-On September 2S, 1014, Dr.
HARIir NIIWMAYHR. ion of the Into San
der" nnd Rachel Ncvvma)er. nged 21 jears
Relative" nnd friends nre Invited to nttend
the funtnl services, nn Thursday morning,
at 10 0 o'clock precisely, nt his lute resi
dence, 2007 North ".Id st. Interment at Adnt I
NICHOLAS. -n r-eptemher 2S 1014, LO
VINA ZElllKNFl S-i. vvldcivv of Joseph K
Nlclutas In her (Ud jenr Rclntlves nnd
friend" nre Invited to attend the funeral serv
ices on Thurfrii) evening, nt 8 o'clock nt
residence "f her d-iiuhtcr Mrs C Mander
btci, 1.I"s AV Columbia nve Intcrmint
Frlunv mornliiir it ellersv llle Fa
O'K Ni;.- On r-eptomber 27 1014, HRID
tlHT wife of titrlik O Knne runeral on
"inured".) nt S "0 a. ni from 2700 Tnskcr st
r?nSSte"lar' nt P "' Jnt 'tU
IIP.VNOLIW. On fieplembtr 27,1014 jAslfo
on of Isabella and the lata JoVtBh n
no,,', e2,rJ' 5n Wednesday titJSn."'
from 2010 need t. Soltmn High Ma.'s n
Requiem at St, Gabriel", Church i o," "f
Interment nt Holy Cross Cemetery n' m-
IKIltF.R. on September 27, itu pninm.
MILTON RORhn, husbanilof '(he, i.nJ,5?
Kmma Hendrlckson Rorr "of Cas.vnii m Ii"
Tletatlven and friends R," Newtdwn' Nii.J'
i ni -jii. nrn miiioei tn nAU
.Z " " 1
ices. Tieslnv v.n n K."."LA?"eHl "rv
II?i3.,i5nfir.,Tii,lJ,I,rj noxLEY' ".
K Margaret Rnthfuss (nt Tlnumsnnv
nged 73 years Funeral on Thuftday IP's
men't AffiS-,- Je'Sal SIB gentry ""'"'
"SPfSSToT" "mbu no m,
82M7'llo,t5elVZ8AMUEI' BCnADER. 4 yf,,
Atl V-"5 r.r"l,,"nc-"' h" son.
. ,, iiuiki'm, ,,ii e:eii.i
Mnntrlilr N. J, on September jj mi I'
J AHOARHT Mi:nniHTII.PffleTw of ThomV;
.l.Hrirrton I" her with ear. Notice nf the
fi-nerol hcrenflcr Interment at DsUimnri
iiwi. n.iici.ii, em September 27. mu
HM.A L. w fe nf .fnhn V. Ihc.hc.. ...lV7'
n7th )ear Funeral services on Thursday si
2 ," ."' .nt"M? Norl h st. Interment
nrlvnle. nt Nnrthvvnod Cemeterj-, ",orm'n'
SHULI LENA 8HULL, 8 years. 011 South
MMAIONH. HLIZAnnTH SIMMONS. 21
vears. 1010 fl Hub st. ", 2
SMITH. JAMES SMITH, 8 ytars. 4123 War
,SI F.IMlFROfn. HELF.N HTEINUEROER
1 venr", 1003 N Marshall at. '"""""i
STEVENSON At flewtll, N. ,t.. on Bentem.
her 21, 1014, a. , H husband 'of Sarah.
Stevenjon (neo Snngg), Due notlct of thj
funeral will be given, from his son's resl.
drnce, Harry S. Stevenson, 0110 Viola it
C.".2d and I'nrkslde ove.). v "'
8TRAFS. Suddenly, nn Reptsmber 24, 1014
nt Miami, Fla WALTER STRAUSS, son of
Rosa and the late Samuel Strauss, aged .13
jears, Relatives nnd friends, also members
Rnppaporlo Lodge, 21, I. O. F. S and DIs
rncli Lodge Judaic Union, are Invited to at
tend the funeral, from the funeral parlors
nf Martin Pick, 120 West linth St., New
York city, on October 1, nt 2 p. m. Interment
nt Fnlnnfleld Cemetory.
THORNTON. On September 28, 1914. EL
MINA L. THORNTON (neo Conard), wife o
Edward Thornton. Funeral services Wednsi
daj. nt 1'30 p. m , nt hsr lata residence,
Rhawn st Fox Chase, Phlla. Interment
tFoIIE? rRANCIS TIGHE. 1 year. 2831
TINNI1V. Suddenlv. on September 28. 1014,
WILLIAM MARSIHALL, son of late An
drew nnd Saraii Tlnnoy, and beloved bus
bind ot Minnie Tlnney (nee Miller). Due
notice of funeral from his late residence.
1410 S 21d st.
THVSZ MARY TRYSZ, 11 years, 2221 Vine
WANOI.ER. On September 28, 1014, GUB
TA Il A., husband of Mary Wanglcr (neo
Murphy). Funeral, nn Thursday, at 8 10
n m . frnm 1410 S. 40th st. Solemn High
Mass of Requiem nt St. rrancls do Slic"
Church, nt 10 u, m. Interment Holy Cross
Alini:. On September 28. 1014. ANN E,
widow of Charles S. White, formerly of
Dojleslovvn, Ii., In her 70th year. Funernl
Hen Ice", on Thursday, at 2 p. m , at 303(1
jtouvlor St.. Tlog-i. Interment private. Odd
WILLIAMS. WILLIAM WILLIAMS. 30
vears ."213 Pulaski nve.
YA1A IET.. JOSEPH YAWIETZ. 18 months
3211 Almond st.
EIIKKt. On September 27, 1014, WIL
LIAM II husband of the Into Katie Yerkes
(nee Mcflllnn) and son of Elisabeth and the
into John Yerkes, nged 37 jears, runeral
services on Wednesdnj, nt 2 p. m,, at 312S
N cn-ilrle "t Interment privnte, at Mt
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