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EVENIHC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1914,
HAPPENINGS OF THE DAY AT HOME AND ABROAD. TOLD BY THE LENS OF THE CAMERA
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"MADE IN AMERICA" LABEL
AND ITS CREATOR
Effie Griffin, of 2625 North Thir
teenth street, is the designer of a
label to advertise and designate
American-made goods. The label
represents the Spirit of Commerce
driving the trade of the world to
America, Mrs. Griffin has made ap
plication for copyright of her design.
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left, shows Miss Emma Connell. She entered the line on a bet and held her Place al nLht The n!c,r, i7 H , "Tu.uT t0 SpfUCC Street' Thc lower Pictur. n
long night hours by playing card, The lower rihtT"h MO'b?, whodgptace fomstlok X. " midnight' " " tto fanS Whi,ed aW
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NURSES WHO WILL BE GRADUATED ON SATURDAY
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thought to have
Orr, 9 years olil,
OMEN BURNED RESCUING
CHILDREN FROM FLAMES
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gurry xnree to Safety From Biasing
Two women were badly burned today
csculnar three children from the home
ft Samuel Orr. 8606 I.aycock avenue.
Milch was almost completely ilestrojed
PV fire because the city water uupply was
inadequate. Neighbors were obliged to
u ne niemen by forming a bucket br.
". me oiaze is
Started when Samuel
plaed with matches
,'" r,''- who was downstairs prepar
J"S b"aUfas,t. wab startled by a cry
ff1"' the by that his bed was on tire.
ttAi i same tlme Mrs- George Young,
1 'fcoclc avenue, saw smoke coming
l?J? , w'Jow Beside Samuel, his 10.
jear-oid sister and brother, 7 years old.
were Ule bedroom. '
iS iv,1?10 women ran upstairs and. flght-
Shf 1h r, Way' thr0UKh flro to '" bds of
Safet n ".'. cn.rrled them downstairs to
Sierih-rti0t,h Mrs, rr and Mrs- Jnes
were b-dly burned.
Ltton'!.i.h? arrlved attach their
&th ,ir f'y plus at Tlnlcum avenue and
forced ,L hhat a 8,ream could nt be
house ThB SCnd St0ry of th8 burnln
i?"e . lne firemen carried thalr hu
t.urlb""dl a up,UI to the
noors lormed a bucket brigade and
men and women helped the city depart
ment fight the Humes. Before they were
able to effcttUely check tho fire, it had
nearly gutted tho Orr home and spread to
the Jones' house next door.
Several hundred persons gathered to
watch women fill buckets of water and
pass them up over a rear shed roof to the
The Orr house was damaged to the ex
tent of more than 120CO, while the Jones
house suffered upward of 5600 damage.
DOG FIGHT BRINGS JAIL TERM
Fisher Accused of Shooting Man
Whose Animal Beat His,
Frank Fisher, a former circus man, of
Market street near Kth, was sentenced to-
oay oy juuge atartln, in Quarter Sessions
Court, to threo months In tho county
Last April Fisher's dog and one owned
by William Kader, 6511 Walton avenue,
were fighting, and the former's animal
got the worst of It. Fisher. It seems,
took up where hU dog left off and Kader
went to a hospital with a bullet througa
Suit Against Boston and Maine
BOSTON, Oct. 7 A tl'5,000 suit against
the Boston amd Maine Kallroad was be
Run todav In tha Suffolk Rtmpm- nM..k
by Willis B Sargent, of Somervijle. who
is seeking to recover on fifteen JlO.OOO
notes made on February 1, 1913, and pay
ablo 6 per cent, yearly, on which pay
ment was extended until Jun t, 1311
MAYOR AND CABINET DISCUSS
PROTECTION TO PEDESTRIANS
Steps Will Be Taken to Lessen Dan
ger on Streets,
Protection to pedestrians from acci
dents while crossing streets was consid
ered today at the regular conference of
Mayor Blankenburg and his Cabinet.
Following the killing of nine persons
one day last week by vehicles of various
kinds, either through accident or care
less driving, and the recent charr n
the Grand Jury by Judge Sulzberger, the
Mayor announced that "safety first" to
cltlians, who had the right of way at
crossings, would be one of the things
taken up and discussed at today's con
ference. Every director but1 Doctor Harte. of
the Department of Health and Charities.
wno is out of the city, was present at
the meeting. Many letters were reaO
from citizens protesting against condi
tions which cause accidents to pedes
Ihe solution of the probUm was left
to Director Torter. of the Department of
Public Safety, lie will confer with traf
fic officials, and It is expected a new set
raf4j rules, formulated to safeguard
yiimuuag uuuuiuaauy, win De issued. I
LUMBER JACKS" IN BAD LUCK
Tale of Unemployment Touches Mag
istrate's Heart to Extent of Dollar.
Tho sympathies of Maglstrato Wilgley
were enlisted today in behalf of two six
foot tall and broad-shouldered "lumber
I Jacks," who camo Kast from the State
of Washington In seaich of work and
could not find it He gave the men each
50 cents and wished them luck.
Tho men weto Henry Rusk nnd James
Lighthnll, who for many months had been
Uvlnt In lumbor camps. Shortly after
the opening or European hostilities they
heard of many reservists leaving thl.i
country and decided this was nn op
portunity for them to get employment
Husk and I.lghthall were arrested ns
suspicious characters when they allghtid
from n frMcht trnln In rim n... r.i..
tlon freight yard of the Philadelphia and
ROMANCE QUICKLY SHATTERED
Young Woman's Admirer Gone, Also
Jewelry and Other Valuables.
The three-day romance of Anna O'Con
nell, of 5601 Baynton street, was shattered
today when she learned that Thomas
Flynn, a boarder at that address for only
six days, had disappeared It was also
discovered that Jewelry and clothing be
longing to other boarders were missing.
Fljnn proposed to Miss O'Connell when
he had been there only two das. Ho
admitted that he only had 25 to start
housekeeping, which Miss O'Connell de
The boarder suid that he was formerly
a nurso at the State Hospital for the
insane at .vorristown.
BLUECOAT "ON DUTY'
Hears "Murder" Cry. Hops Out
Bed and Makes Arrest.
Hearing ciles of "murder" shortly
after seven o'clock this morning, patrol
man Lafferty, who was In bed, responded
to the call In bare feet, clad only In his
shirt and trousers, and arrested Morris
Lipton, 23 years old, n tailor of 2S33
A an Pelt street, who was being chased
down the treet by his wife.
When arraigned In court some hours
later, Upton explained that his wife was
j.-.nuu ui some ui nis women customers
und this brought nbout an argument
which resulted In his hasty exit from the
house Mrs Llpton declared hr hus
band hnd struck her on tho mouth. Lin
ton wns held in 1500 bond on the charge
of assault and battery
FIRE CAUSES S3000 LOSS
Fire of unknown oricln rtnnnr-n,? .
erty owned by Mrs. C. Mvidmi. iiir
South 49th street, this morning to tho
-Mum ui mhi jne names were dls
covend by Walter Duncan, whose resi
dence Is directly opposite to that of Mrs
McMunty He sent In an alarm, and
Engine Company No. 10 responding, suc
ceeded In confining the blaze to the
second floor of the structure, although
considerable damage was done by water
to tho stationary and sporting goods store
which occupies the first floor of the
LUMBER SWINDLERS LOSE
United States Court Denies Their Ap
peal for Rehearing-.
A formal Older refusing a rehearing of
the appeal of tho live convicted nromoteis
of tho International Lumber and Doelop
ment Company, a JS.OOO.OO') swindle, was
filed today by the Judges of the United
States Court of Appeals in this city.
The last lehort of the convicted promoters
to escape overhanging sentences Is the
(.'lilted States Supreme Coutt, where their
case may be heard on constitutional questions.
The convicted men, who have made
despdfate efforts to keep from going to
Jail, are John R. Markley and Isaiah B,
Miller, of Chicago, the contractors, each
of whom was fined J10.000 and sentenced
to one year Hnd three months In
the Eastern Penitentiary; Charles M.
McMahon, secretary and treaiurer of tho
company, under a sentence of two yeais
In the penitentiary and a fine of JiOjO;
Wlllfnm H. Armstrnnir. .1r. ntnnnPftr nr
the company, also sentenced to two years
anu nneu r."N. ana uoionei a. u. Stewart,
special commissioner and vice president
of the company, sentenced to one jear
and one dny In the penitentiary and ilntd
THE REV. CLEMENT CAPOZZI
He was a priest connected with the
Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady
of Good Counsel. He has petitioned
Bishop Rhinelander to take"him into
the Protestant Episcopal Church.
HOWARD LOOKING FOR BAIL
Last of Storey Cotton Group Brought
Back After Pleading Wot Guilty.
Arthur O Howaul. said to hn h t.
man wanted In connection with the
famous Storev cotton swindle hero and
who was indicted in 1901. was brought
back to this city for trial today by
I nlted States Marshal Harry T. Harvey
Jr. from Providence, R. I., where he
Contrat y to previous reports, Howard
did not plead guilty at the hearing at
Providence before United States Com
missioner Cross Ho pleaded not gullti
accoidlnsr to Marshal Harvey. anS ball
was tlxed at $7500 Howard could not
rale this nmount at Providence, but said
ho could get It In this city.
"V".?? l3 now bel,,S held at tho Fed
eral building ponding the result of his
,,i ., i i . sct oa"' Ho "111 not be ar
raigned before- a United States Commis
sioner here, but will go on trial at the
December term of the United States Dis
trict Court. Howard arrived In this city
n th custody of .Marshal Harvey on
the Federal express that reached Broad
street station at 7:30 o'clock this morn-
MAN ACCUSED BY GIRL
Declares Former Policeman and Wo
man Lured Her From Home.
Repentant and 111, Katherlne Emma
White, 33 North Tenth street, a 16-year-
old runaway, told a story to Maglstrato
Renshaw in Central Station today which
Induced him to hold without ball for court
Henry Lnngsner, 30 years old, a former
member of tho police force, now engaged
in the real estate business.
In connection with tho disappearance
of the girl from her home more than a
year ago, Mrs Leonora Taylor. 1513 North
Ilouvler street, was arraigned last week
In Central Station and held under 12500
ball, charged with violating tho Mann
white slave act.
The girl told tho police she had been
taken from one house to nnother In this
city by Langsner and Mrs Taylor. She
was found recently on a farm at Water
town. N. Y.. operated by relatives of Mrs.
Taylor, and brought to Philadelphia by
Mrs. Mabel Kellogg, superintendent of
the New York Society to Protect Children
From Market Slrret Hharf
Atlantic City. T 30 a m. ;
Wlltluooil. Anslesea. T 2ci
a m until December 2T
Baruegat Pier, Bay Head.
Pplnt 1'lemant. 7 20 a. m
until Oituber 23, Inclusive
Aibury Park, Ocean
Oruve. Long Branch. Bel-
mar bea Ulrt, 7 20 a. rn
until October 25. inciushe. '
From Broad Street Station
J9 flfl Baltimore. TH a.
Tfc.UU October S8. Noiemb.
Wai hlneton. 7 33
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Pennsylvania R. R,
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iare pleased to announce
many beautiful additions
to the stocky English
and Dutch Silver.
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Months and months be
fore each season, we look
at, handle, and pass upon
literally hundreds of thou
sands of different samples
with the keen sense of qual
ity in our fineer-tiDs' he-
gotten of years and years of
Heaps of stuff we simply
pitch aside as unworthy our
consideration for any Suits
or Overcoats we sell
Cheap, flimsy materials
such as we know that
most stores think good L r'
enough, and the best THEY
can afford, to put into some
of their clothes! It's not
The cloth in our $12, $15,
$18, $20 Suits and Overcoats
has the backbone that
wears For, we do our own
work and put the saving
into the quality of the
Perry & Co., "rur
16th & Chestnut Sts.