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WALTER S. COWING
Scout executive of the Philadel
phia Council, who reviews the ac
tivities of the Boy Scouts in 1914
for the Evening Ledger.
By WALTER S. COWING
K firmer hold on Its recognized place
a, an Integral part of our city's Institu
tional life was realized by tho Boy Scout
movement In Philadelphia during MM.
Through the policy of expansion In
augurated by Dr. Charles D. Hart, chair
man of the Executive Scout Council, tho
membership Increased materially and tho
improvement In sjalom through tho ap
pointment of n Scout executive Is marked.
But dearer to tho hearts of tho men
Tvliose lives nro wrapped up In tho move
ment Is tho repeated formal and Informal
recognition, by public comment, by the
Press, by organizations and by tho mu
nicipality Itself, of tho valuo of Boy
Scout training In educating for manly,
The Boy Scout Movement In Phlladel
Pblt celebrated Its third anniversary with
a great rally In thd 2d Ilcgiment Armory
last New Tear's Day. This was followod
by 12 months of Scout activities which
make tho year now closing n golden
pnoa in scout annals, with Philadel
phia, tho leading city In the United
Statesv registering 2S00 Boy Scouts.
A first-class hlko to tho Philadelphia
Country Club, where candidates for the
first-class Scout badgo were examined,
was held January 31. nnd another such
hll(e was taken April 25.
Public Interest was aroused to a high
Pitch by the treasurp hunt along tho
Wlssahlokon on Washington's Birthday,
following the "discovery" of a crypto
ETnphla canvas scroll in a corridor of
City Hallt The mysterious writing baf
fled the city detectives, but was solved
by. the Scouts, COO of whom followed tho
difficult trails through a blinding i.
storm to the hiding place of the treasure.
Several hundred Scoula attendej the
lectures of Doctor Gordon at tho Uni
versity Museum on 'Tho North American
Indian" on March 12 and . The Ath
letics and Phillies, In their annual spring
practice, designated April S as "Boy
Scout Day" at tho Philadelphia baseball
park, 1000 Scouts witnessing (he game.
f.a ,unr('en badges wero presented In
City JIall April 17 and 24 to Scouts who
passed the test.
On the invitation of Hear Admiral
Caperton. 1M0 Scouts "hiked" to the
League Island Navy Yard, April 18, to be
shown over the ships there. On April
23 Dr. It. Tolt McKenzIa lectured to sev
eral hundred Scouts In the University
Gymnasium on "How to Build Up a
Boy'a -Muscles." with "Mike" Dorizas. tho
intercollegiate heavyweight wreatiini-
poalng. Forty-two troonn of
fansported on tho steamer Colum-
V fl ill A nlnltratts,n n .1... .iu .
w f K? 2? the. estnt of General
Ea- " Worrell, near Torresdale.
on May '
Tha -J'iUrlh Annul encampment at
Camp Fell, on the estate of John It. Pell,
In the Whltemarah Valley, was held May
23. SO nnd St. 1200 Smut. fnuin-.- r
"orraa Borde. Ji1" Daurtters of yie American nev'olu
"u,u Hon presented Am.ri..n n
n Independence Square on June 13. Ex
lovtrnor Edwin S. Stuart addressed the.
A itew baltu PI After the field-day events at
non Park, Germantown. nn Jniv-4. h.
southern th.:aft1P " Treasure Island. In the Dels..
official repi ware, was opened for the summer. The
,v ' ' '""m wh more man 400.
The scouts who saw service at the
Oettysburr encampment In July. 1S1J
formed the Gettysburg Boy Scout Service
Corps at their first annual dinner In
Scottish JUte Hall on July it Seven
troops, with bands, participated In the
ennual Sunday achoot parade, Septem,
Nearly every troop waa represented at
the Safety First Carnival In Convention
Hall September 28 to October 3, inclusive,
as ujhrs. orderlies and messengers.
Eash session was opened by the scouta
With a salute to the flag, and their
demonstrations were features of the pro
grams. In a unique service BOO scouts
weenujiea in independence Square Sun
W& October t, for a. "peace servlee."
Mr by Rabbi IfrnnaVnnr th' T... -.-
Tfeyd W. Toroklna and tho Rev. John It
The, Boy Scouta acted as ushera at all
football games on franklin Field this
year, with the exception of tho Army
Navy game, Invited by the University's
Athletic Association, 3000 scouts attended
the Navy-Penn game In a body October
II and went through a drill after the
The fourth annual field day was held
at (he Philadelphia Baseball Park
Qalober !1, with 11,(30 aehooi children and
"tike the latter part of the program was
eja oremoer l on emont Plateau,
U'reeR w winnini; the trophy oip. A
series at anniversary celebrations was
Inaugurated November M. when Troop 18
had as Its guests Troops l, 3, 6, II, J8, OT,
sn4 JM- The inviuUen to nearby
troops to aUwul is essential to the eels
brailsjif The Sy Scout Campaign for (M.000
was sqeeeu fully carried through on
Dcqabj: 1. 2 aiul J, not a penny was lost
in the ooJUslto by lbs Souts, The
mod immkm ot the Gettystwrg Service
Cerps was heW at Wayae hue CaWn De
cember J. Durlax toe fall tha Pfcllad!-
ptyi Mf wt N wns seusded fey
several wesps. ThrouqtwMtl the year at
g4r Utiervals M SwwKtwasUrs'
&iis4 1taW was bid at ssmsTwmtefs.
Uestt the aum woo ar reejnii'N ft
tha gmk of the tiK.vmnt assecsit to
4ius euii.., .... t i li.teu to WOks
by eatlisHS c wi naj ;.( ihB ri
'fate is tae (Hibli record of B cot
eetlvAVts 4uiut llt It w a brlsfct
isuont But V.K.L ntxU be m4 of that
i-tid mada b the iiuiuiiiisJ .biev
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deedsi of the gradual reclamation of an
errant boy; of the almost Imperceptible
transformation of a piece of boyhood Into
a thinking unit for good?
To mar tho realization of n perfect New
Year's Day rnlly, news was received at
headquarters of tha Illness of Waller B.
Cowing, Scout Executive, who Is con
fined to his bed nt his home In German
town Overwork Is tho cause of his Ill
ness He may not be able to attend tha
Scoutmasters and Boy Scouts who took
part In delivering letters for the Kmer
gency Aid Fund can obtain tickets for the
Academy of Music tonight by applying
More than 6000 homes were visited
during the cast week bv Bov Scouts.
whb delivered letters asking the recipi
ents to subscribe to tickets for tho con
cert Under tha nusnlcea nf the Plillnrl.1.
phla MUsle Club tonight at the Academy
of Music The concert, which Is for the
benefit of the Bed Cross division of the
emergency Aid Committee, will be given
by Miss Florence Hlnklo, the Philadel
phia soprano, nnd the glee club of Wes
lcjnn University. So great Is the Inter
est shown In the concert that all the
boxes were sold before the p. bile sale
opened. The list of patronesses Is la rite
and Includes many of Philadelphia's most
A large cottlo dog, whose home Is out
near Flourtown, Is thankful that tho Boy
Scouts do a "good turn" every day. On
a lB-mllo "hike" taken last Sunday by
four members of Troop 9G, the untrodden
snow along tho Wlssnhlckon revealed the
tracks of many animals nnd birds. The
niKers . Assistant Scoutmaster Alfred
r.oeb, T,ouls Moss, Michael Itosen and
Nathan Gamn trailed rabbits, field
mice, squirrels, sheep, birds and gulncns
and ono lone dog track. They became
Interested when tho last-named trail led
to an area of rumpled snow with the
pass underneath pawed up. On follow
ing tho trail for hnlf n mile they came
upon tho dor. slttlntr In tlm annw ami
looking disconsolate. Twenty sharp
cockle-burrs wero lodged In his shaggy
coat His tongue and tall expressed his
relief and gratitude when the burrs were
Tho second annual entertainment and
danco of Troop 83 will bo given nt tho
Young Men's Hobrnw Association Hall,
310-12 Catharine street, tomorrow evening
at S o'clock. Professional entertainers
have been engaged and n feature of the
program will bo scout games. Tickets,
which are IS cents, are on sale at tho
Music Settlement School, 427 Christian
street. Tha funds realized will be npplled
to meeting tho troop's expenses for the
The Park Avenue Camp FIro Girls pre
sented an American flag to Troop 32,
Scoutmaster Christine, In special services
at the Park Avenue Methodist Episcopal
Church Sunday ovenlng. The Rev. Rob
ert nagncll, tho pastor, preached a ser
mon devoted to the activities of Boy
Scouts and Camp Fire Girls. Troops CO
and 131, In uniform, attended the services
as guests of Troop 32.
Troop 12 will sit down to a New Year"a
dinner In Its meeting room at tho Chest
nut street pier after the New Year's Day
rally In tho 2d Regiment Armory. The
dinner will begin at 8 o'clock.
The Christmas Day scoutcraft contest
of Troop 61, which was held at the home
of the scoutmaKtu', William S. Rosen
baum, 544 EoHSTOrd street, was won by
Scribe Hymtn Rich. The prte wns a
hunting knife and sheath. Second and
third prizes wero won by S Sundhclm
and I. Blumcnthol, respectively.
A thousand Boy Scouts wero extended
tho courtesy of tho Curtis Publishing
Company yesterday and shown through
the plant from tho roof to? the ground
The wonders or tins, tna largest publish
ing house In the world, were explained
by 25 guides. In a letter to the Boy Scout
editor, J. W Patton, deputy scout com
We feel that great thanks should
be given to the management of the
Curtis Company In so kindly caring
for this great number of boys.
Scoutmaster J E. Reynolds and 23
Scouta of Troop 9. Scranton, Pa., are
In Philadelphia with messages from Ed
mund B. Jerrnyn, Mayor of Soronton, to
Mayor Blankenburg and to the Phila
delphia Boy Scouts. They will also call
on Governor-elect Brumbaugh. The visi
tors arrived yesterday and will be In the
city sightseeing, for three days. They
are staying at the Central Branch Y. M.
C, A., where the gymnasium has been
commandeered for them for sleeping
The letter from Scranton'a Mayor to
the Philadelphia Boy Scouta reads:
"The Boy Scouts of Scranton send you
their sincere greetings. This has been
a busy year for tha local Scouts. They
have taken up active part In the conduct
of our city affairs and have rendered
very valuable and efnclent services In
behalf of their city. I know that I am
echoing the sentlmentB of the city of
Scranton when I say that the Scranton
Boy Scouta have done their share during
the last year In helping to make Scranton
a better and cleaner place to live.
"The bearers of this message are tak
ing advantage of their vacation from
school to visit and explore your city,
Immeasurably rich in relics and posses
sions and history so dear to every true
American. I feel certain that jou will
take good care of our boys In true Scout
form; and I take this opportunity to ex
tend to you all a most cordial Invitation
to visit our city of Scranton, so that we
may reciprocate your kindness.
"Very respectfully yours,
"EDMUND B. JERMYN,
"Mayor of Scranton,"
SUFFRAGISTS AND "ANTIS"
PREPARE FOR STRUGGLE
Draw Battle Lines for Decisive Fight
The forces for and against woman suf
frage are thoroughly prepared for battle.
Nothing ha been overlooked on either
side In the way of statistics, literature
and facts, and when the Legislature be
gins It work next month both armies
will be ready to pour forth the ammuni
tion. Every member of the House and Sen
ate has been well supplied with Informa
tion on the subject In the way of pam
phlets, circulars and newspaper, and
each legislator can also expect a personal'
visit from committees representing suf
fragists and the antls
The suffragists have a headauarters In
Harrtsburg from which the campaign
Is dtreeted. In a fsw days the State of-
SeUIs will name the delegates who will
o to Harrtsburg to represent Philadel
phia County for the cause These will
be taken from the various division pf
suffragist. Including the Equal Kranohlae
party, the Limited Equal franchise party,
the College Suffrage League and the
Squally eoafldent of suscess 1 the Penn
sylvania Association Opposed to Woman
Suffrage. The most prominent olubwo
met) of the State are arrayed on eaoj)
aide, and politics baa already esabled
them to aaqutre the dlptems.y wbleb is
mwittgl to sues.
"Hsly N!8t Iy r StuuUy Sdaool
"Th NaUvtty, or the Hajy Wight," In
ttte title of a play to be tn the
BiviAw Seboat of the at Murks Bpjpeoiul
"Lu.4i al Vrajiklord. Usla aHrJnar. Wif-
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iccu cnawaeusra nu mete yn s ice I
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ftVfclifG 'LADDER PHILADELPHIA? TUESDAY, nttrHSMBBR
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j?j3.ee new year's bally
tickets at heacquahtebs
DOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
"Boy Scout Editor,
"The Evening Uedfler.
"Dear Sir We take this means of
Informing every Boy Scout In Phila
delphia who has been duly registered
at this office for 28 cents, that he
can obtain a ticket at Boy Scout head
quarters, Bth and Chestnut streets,
for the New Year's Day rally at the
Sd Regiment Armory, provided a
ticket has not already been received
through the mall.
"Very truly yours,
"J. W. PATTON,
"Deputy Scout Commissioner."
Tho decka aro cloared for acilon,
Twenty-flve hundred Boy Scouts, with
as many guests, will crowd the 2d Regl
mont Armory, Broad Street and Susque
hanna nvenue, Friday nfternoon for the
,second nnnual New Yeai's Day rally, tho
one red-totter day In the Boy Scout cal
endar. Music, speeches by prominent men,
Scout yells nnd songs, moving pictures,
Scout contests nnd general jollification
will bo Included In tho two-hour program,
The banner year of 1914 will bo brought
to n close and the brighter J ear of 1815
will be ushered In with pomp nnd cere
mony. When the program begins massed
bugles, picked from all the troops, from
Troop 1 to Troop 131, will sound tho call,
"To the Colors." This will be the signal
for all to rise and the. Scouts will coma to
attention for the snluto to tho flag.
The salute will be led by J. wood
bridge Patton, Deputy Scout Commis
sioner. After the ceremony the audience
will remain standing nnd sing "America."
Dr. Charles D. Hart, chairman of the
Executive Scout Council, who will pre
side at the meeting, will deliver an ad
dress of greeting.
Director of Public Safety and Scout
Commissioner Porter will award merit
badges to 31 Boy Scouts, after which he
will make a short address. Tho Gettys
burg Sen Ice Corps, composed of the
Philadelphia Boy Scouts who saw serv
ice nt the Gettysburg encampment In
July, 1913, will use for tho first tlmo tliolr
new locomotive yell, nnd the Scout yell
will re-echo throughout the halt when tha
3500 throats respond to tho signal,
Ten picked Scouts have agreed to fur
nish an exhibition of fire-making with
out matches, after which the entire as
semblage will sing "Tha Star-Spangled
Perry Ivlns In an Illustrated talk,
"Around the World With a Bunch of
Boys," will ba Introduced by Doctor Hart.
Mr. Ivlns personally conducted a world
tour of an expedition of boys and has
collected an Interesting group of pic
tures and reminiscences.
Many Scouts will crano their necks to
seo If he Is present In a reel of Boy
Scout pictures by the H. B. B. Weekly
and the Pl'umc I.EDdEn, which will be
shown. Tho reel Is divided Into four flec
tions, showing the famous hike to tho
Leaguo Island Navy Yard; "Connlck"
Mack, "Red" Dooln, "Home Run" Baker,
"Eddie" Collins, "Hans" Lobort and other
stars of the Athletics and Phillies nt
the "Boy Scout Day" game at the Phila
delphia Baseball Park, views at Camp
Foil, the model camp, nnd scenes on
Treasure Island, the summer paradlso
of Philadelphia Boy Scouts.
To close the program the words of the
Scout song, "Sling Your Pack," will be
thrown upon tho screen, so that every
one may sing. The brass bands of
Troops 1 nnd 21 will lead the music.
Massed bugles will sound tho signal
for leaving tho hall to parade on Broad
sireei to Columbia avenue. The two
bands and the fife nnd drum corps of
other troops will lead tho march.
Final Instructions to scoutmasters.
Issued by the committed In charge, are as
1. OVoopB should bo In charce of scoutmaster
?r .Vli,ta?, Scouts unattached will rtiwrt
,0i!.r 0an at tuth end of bulldlni.
2. Hcoun mut be In their placea promptly
ai a O CJOCjC.
3 There muit ba no blowing of busies or
aoundlns: of other musical instruments except
aa provided on program,
.; Form at "to the colors" and at "retreat "
1 assemoljr" buglers will report to front
of hall and fall In. In front formation, facing
audience. At "attention" scbuts will rise and
stand at strict attention, saluting at the last
note of "to the colors" and "rereat."
B. After "retreat" scouts will retain their
positions until signal from scout usher at end
of thtlr row. They will then file out of tho
Carlisle street etlt and form In Carlisle street
In columns of eight for march down Broad
street to Columbia aenue.
INTO THE HOUSE
Representative Mann, Re
publican Leader, Offers
Measure Creating Board
of Five Members.
WASHINGTON. Dec 29. Representa
tive Mann, of Illinois, minority leader in
the House, today started the Republican
campaign for tariff reform tn 1919 when
he Introduced In the house a bill creat
ing a tariff commission.
The measure, which will have the sup
port of practically all Republicans in
Congress, provides for a board of five
members. This board Is empowered to
make inquiries and report to Congress on
the subject of revenue laws. One ot the
five members of the board is to be chosen
by the President and the other four are
to be named by the Senate Finance Com
mittee and the Ways and Means Commit
tee of the House, each party representa
tion on these committees to name one
member Each member will be paid a
salary of JIO.OOO a ear. The bill also pro
vides for a. secretary, who shall be paid
J5000 a year
The bill Instructs the board to make
Inquiries to determine the difference In
the cost of labor and the cost of raw
materials n the United States and for
eign cpuntrles. and to report the results
as thay may be called for by the Presi
dent or either House of Congress.
The tariff board, which Is to be an In
dependent body, 1 empowered to sum
mon witnesses and to enforce the produce
tlon ot book and papers. The bill pro
vides that the board shall not dljolote to
the pubtle business secrete comrounloated
by any Individual arm, corporation or
TESTING NEW EXPLOSIVE
Interesting Experiments in Progress
at du Pont; Powder Plant.
WILMINGTON. PeL, De.-Whlle
little Jnferniatlon can be gained eetveera
Isg It, experiments are bi?g conducted
sir the Caraey Point plant t the du
Pent Powder Cenpany, oplts) tajat 4ty,
Ma new wplQelve wUefe I expected
to ptak the avsjage W gun eonalder
Uy ho !. Tfee explosive If a
sew ewejdoetlon of la powder comply
and) experimaau are being made with
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It la tMi3rtoo4 taat taiae rure for
me svjtpamttvis wui M ptacta Man as
the i iui-'.3wiit are cotiaus4 am ma
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MAILED TO GIYE
BETTER HOUSING, BDT
MADE IT A BIG ISSUE
Closing Months of Year
Marked by Vain Appeal
of the Poor for Enforce
ment of Reforms.
The work In this city In 1811 for better
housing conditions, while unproductive of
actual reforms, was fruitful In making
the question one ot public discussion and
In placing t'le responsibility for the tack
of progress. Tho closing months of the
year were marked by a vain nppeat of
tho poor for tho enforcement of the new
Division of Housing nnd Sanitation. Ap
propriations for tho maintenance of this
division were withheld by Councils' fi
nance Committee, nlthough tho division
was created by the Legislature nnd sign
ed hy Governor Tener. Every effort to
get Councils to appropriate the needed
The movement for belter housing con
ditions was Inaugurated by the Evinjno
Ledoer some weeks ago.
The new housing law, which, If en
forced, would havo given some relief to
the poor of tho congested sections, wns
enacted July 22, 1113. Tho act had the
support of 53 social agencies, noted phy
sicians. Jurists, lawyers and civic workers.
PRESENTED PROOF OF EVILS.
For many weeks physicians and men
In nil walks ot life brought forth con
clusive proof that crime, disease, do
mestic troubles and other evils were duo
to present tenement conditions. This
proof was accompanied by facts and fig
ures. Director George W. Norris, of the
Department of Docks, Wharves and Fer
ries, president of the Philadelphia Hous
ing Commission, waa among those who
labored hard to change conditions.
Some of the rlghta which Councils
failed to gUo tho tenoment dwellers are:
1. To have a sink with running water
In every houso and In every apartment
of two or moro rooms In a tenement
houso If thoro la a water main In the
2. To have the house directly connected
with tho street sewer nnd other Inde
pendent nnd unhealthy arrangements dis
continued. 3. To have broken plumbing repaired
4. To havo uusafo stairs, leaky roofs
and slmllnr defects repaired and kept In
C. To havo the cellar protected from
being flooded by ground water, and the
rooms protected from dampness duo to
defects In the walls.
6, To have In a tenement house the pub
lic halls nnd other spaces outside tho
apnrtmonts kept In n clean condition.
7. To Insist that no part of tho build
ing bo used as a awentshop, nnd where
manufacturing Is done It must be under
permit of the Board of Health,
8. To Insist that no material of easily
Inflammablo character ,1)0 stored In the
building, so as to make a fire risk.
9 To insist that every room shall havo
a window of ample size opening to tho
outslda air. ,
10 To Ilvo with privacy and without
the promiscuous herding that Is recog
nized aa a prolific breeder of vice and
Among the Organization Councllmen
who opposed the granting of appropria
tions were ueiect uouncllmnn Charles
Segcr, of the 7th Ward. This ward Is
full of "cellar rooms" and filthy tene
ments. Another Councilman who de
clared himself against the housing laws
was Common Councilman John P. Con
nelly, chairman of Councils' Finance Com
mittee. Among those who asked that the tene
ment "plague Bpots" be eliminated was
Archbishop Prendergaat. Clergymen of
A GREAT MYSTIC STORY
Zudora U Uft an orphan at an tarty
agt. Her other s killed in a cold mine
he has discovered Half an hour aIt
learning of the death of her hueband Zu
dora' mother a t Iff M-rose walker icllh
a cirrus la tetxed with vertigo, alia and
Zudora and the fortune from the mine,
icnfci lalrr orowt la be worth tl0,oio,eia,
are left to the ouardtanthlp of Frank
Xeene, a circus man and the brother of
Zudora'e mother, Zudora, giving promise
of great ieauiv, reachet the age of It.
The uncle, who has eet hlmeelf up a a
Hindu nst(a and U known as Hate am
All, decides In his greed that Zudora must
die before ehe comet into possession of her
great fortune, so that It man be Uft to
hint, the next of kin, and he- prevails upon
the girl to leave her money in hie hands
thrss yeare longer and to say nothing fa
any one about the fortune. Haeeam ail
eeee an obstacle fo his schsnts In the rer
son o John Storm, a young latoyer, for
whom Zudora has fatten a fancy, and he
commands (he girl to put the man out of
her mind. Storm comet to aifc Hat earn
All for the hand of hie Alms. At flret the
crystal poser vAU not llsfen fa the pro
posal, tut Zudora Insists that if ehe can
not mam Storm, ehe wilt marry no one,
"TFell, well." said I! at earn All. "If won
lake such a stand III compromlss. gotta
m next twenty caste and you can marry
hint; all In a single ecus and ou must
Zudora, utlng the knowledge sained
from yeare of association with her uncle
unrauefs a erl of baffling myeteriei,
the flret of which selna a case In which
John Storm (j saved from being csndctsd
0 a murder instigated by Hat lam All
To trap Zudora, Haeeam sends for tua
msn who have an Invention of a feaity
nature, designed fer use In war time. At
his Instigation Ihey say they have lost a
Tintarlabto gem, whtoh disappeared from
A little rtortntine catkit. Zudera ie given
the fash finding it.
THIS OASifl OF THE FBRPBTUAL
"TCAN make an effort," said the girl.
X ''Where do you two gentlemen Jlvj"
They named aSmill suburban town.
They lived In a bouse oq the North, road,
wbleh waa a continuation of the village
main street, W-en tha two old men had
departed an4 Zudora was struck by their
extraordinary likeness to one another
Hassan) AH rubbed his band.
"A 0ajM ease, pay dear. Thw two
eld abase live very moderately. JJVvary
penny ttoy tan serapa tethr gee to
purchase soma curtoaJty. Tfeto f ecu baa
the rut wanderlust f Mtmamm. it Ma
been ali aevetal Ussms n4 elwaj- tjug
hjtve managed ta rovr It Bui tkta
time iby are at at Is a realty an
beirlcwm, the suclaua ot tnelr tolUtUori.
!u sow wy they hate her(t ot es-
milt r&AJI antl hnlti-tfd tt,..-.- u..n.. tu
4 ibti uud fiVL.'i f i. 3$.i&i,
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every denomination Joined in the appeal
for better housing laws
Tho reply given by Beger, Connelly and
the other Organization Councllmen was.
"The hew net Is too severe
The wards most affected ns n. result
of Councils refusing to enforce tho act
are tho 2d to 18th, Inclusive, nnd tho
16th, 17th, lSth and 30th. Their POP"110"'
according to tho cemus of 1910, was 31M0S
They contain 61,459 houses Tho total
number rented Is 51,427. Summed P.
thefo nro nbout 265,000 people i In these
wards living In rented houses, alt of whom
would have been benefited by tho opera
tion of tho housing law.
FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS
INSTAL NEW OFFICERS
Ceremonies at Annual Communica
tion of Grand Lodge.
The nnnual communication of tho Grand
Lodge of Pennsylvania Free nnd Accepted
Masons was featured by the Insinuation
of newly elected officers nnd tho trans
action or Important uusiness ye-Hciuujr.
Tho officers were Inducted Into ofllco nmld
gorgeous surroundings, The ceremonies
were attended by grand mastcrR from
Maryland, Now York and Delaware.
Grand Master J. Henry Williams pre
The following ofllcera were Installed:
J. Henry Williams, urand master. Louis A
Walrei, deputy sraml matter! .lames JJ
Krauie, acting grand wnnlenj John H 1311,
Junior grand warden: William II. Harken
bur, grand treasurer, and John A 1'errj,
grand secretary, . .
Among the appointments nnnounccd by
the gand master are tho following:
Ocorue r Knight, secretary to grand mas
ter, and Abraham II. Ileltler. Casper Dull,
tleors-e C. Burgwln, Murdoch Kendrlck and
Henry J. ficott on tho Committed on Appeals
J. Henry Williams, I,ouli A, Watrea, James
n. Krauae, John S. Sell Oeome II Ortacly,
John D OofT. Kdward W. Tatton. Oeoreo W
McCapdleis, William JI. Donaldson Anarow
II. Hershey and Henry C Schock will com
prise the Commutes on Masonic Homes, and
the following will icno as district deputy
grand masters . .
In Philadelphia John C.Tajlor, Carl A
Sundatrnm, Samuel A Hoylo, Thomas Diddle
Kills, Thomas It, Kenton, Charles y Uoncr,
Bamucl ,T Ilredln nnd John K. McCully .
District Nd. 1 Ihaddeus (J. Helm; No. 2,
William S Snjder. No .1, Samuel M Good
rear. No. i, Oeorgo 11 Shirk. No .",. Charles
A. Bulllvan, No. 0. Thartdeui B. Adle; No. 7,
Jcnkln Hill: No 8, Kdgar 8 Nash, No II,
Joseph V Andrews: No. 10, Aaron It. Truni
bower: No 11. William S lugh; No 12.
Harold N. nustl No 11. Thomas V. Wells:
No 14. William II. Hulslicr; No IB, Homer
K Spencer; No 10. John W Codding: No. 17.
Howard Franklin Marsh: No 18, 8 Carbon
Wolfe, No. 10. Ezra C. Doty: No SO. Henry
It naleli, No. 21, Wilson I Fleming, No W.
John P. Melvln, No 2.1. William J, Oealy:
No 24, Dsvld A. Bawdey; No 23, Adrian W.
McCoy: No. 2fl, John S. Wallace, No 27,
William 13 Meredith. No 2S. William M
Hamilton, No. 20, James W, McDowell; No
JO. It Kay I'ortser: No. 31. John r Core, No
.12. James McLaren. No 3.1, J. Harris Mua
alnaj No. 14. Howard C Fronts, No 31, Har
vey A McKlllln, No 30 A. O Crlswell
Bmlth. No a". Frank " rrrtourke. No .18,
Samuel Hamilton, No 3t, William S. Daugh
rrty. No 40, William II 'Maxwell. No 41,
John O. Droad No 42, George Hay Knln, No
43, George H Frantz: No 44, ITrnest f. Went
north, No 45. Ira O Iloss: No 40, rrederlo
A Godclmrles: No 47, William V McElroy.
No. 4S, J Harvev Harrison, No 4D. M. Wil
son Stewart, nnd No. 1,0. Bamucl 13 Bhull.
Womnn Hurt by Tall Downstairs
Mary Kolly, 233$ St. Albans street, a
dressmaker, Is In the Polyclinic Hospital
suffering from Internal Injuries as the re
sult of n fall from the third to the first
Moor of her home. Sho started down
stairs to make some tea. As sho leaned
on tho banister sho lost her balance and
fell to tho first floor.
Thomas Ilatlgan, who for 30 years wns
bookkeeper for tho firm of James Magulre
Company, wholcsalo liquor dealers, died
jestorday at his home, 2721 North Park
avenue, after n brief Illness, He wns
GO cnrs old. Ho leaves n widow. He
wna a member of tho Church of Our
Lady of Mercy, Broad street and Susque
hanna avenue, whero Solemn Requiem
Mass will be celebrated Thursday
MRS. ANNIE F. MANNING;
Mrs Annie F. Manning, widow of Cap
tain William J. Manning, who was treas
urer and gcnernl manager of the South
ern Electric Light nnd Tower Company,
died nt her residence, 1615 North 16th
street, yesterday. She was In her 70th
jear. Mm. Manning was a resident of
this city for many ycara and n member
of an old Philadelphia family. William
BY HAROLD MacGRATH
they can't afford much In the tay of
reward. I dpn't think tho amallness of
the reward -till stand In your way. You
have a trilling Income of your own,"
"And heaven only knows how I'll ever
be able to get rid of a tenth part of this
inome. Borne day I'm going in for real
"Charity makes tha recipient only the
poorer," he commented.
"i. don't mean that kind." she replied.
She was thinking of establishing some
day a community. But until her tongue
waa free and until she could confide utter
ly In her lover sho must perforce hold
this ambition on the leash.
When she returned to her boudoir ahe
found a note from Storm, via the pigeon.
John stated happily that he was free for
a week or ten days, and wanted to know
If she would not go out and make a visit
with him t tha old folks. She hated to
disappoint him, but bIiq was compelled
to -write back that ahe waa going to
be very busy and that It would h i.
possible to join him. much an h nnM
have liked to. The next morning a pigeon
dellevered a noto to Jlaesam All, Zudora
already having gone upon her new quest.
Haxsam All destroyed the message. So
cuorra waa given leave to Infer that
Zudora had Ignored his note.
Zudora went out to the village. The
iidubo occupied ny tnese two old curio' col
ictiura waa a ramshackled affair It
looked to Zudora an though some violent
hurricane had taken It m. mil.. ,
an5 tJJ0W,J UI10n tne hltl haphazardly
and ihdlffewitly. The alte of it did not
... ""' u'rus n ner mind. M01t
collectors were mad n-nn u,i. -...,
little or nothing for the roof over their
,.v.u, , i, wunwe on weir backs, so
long as they possessed the wherewithal
tO DUrSUO their Mlnnn,.l.. ot
learned that the two old fellows were
the other greeted her at the door nf the
house. A qulok glance at the Inter!,"
of the house convinced her that what
ewloe they had were eeourely loiked
away The first thing ahe did was to
ask the complete history of the misting
tone. It baloome from India originally
a part of some loot long ye bife&
the mutiny. Its real valne li? Kite
eternal Are There were tlmea when this
gleam w dlanernlble even In a dark
roofln, They wanted it back very badly
and WWW be willing tn pay M wSTm
fS SJU !"' Zul0"1 inquired I?
the brothere bad seen any strangers re
nently Ko. Did the village ieopT, ow
anything about their UtiimUaar Th
m laugnted a4 mVuZ ta&
swir suww ; Tney think lfca.t
we are a coup of tooiUh quxShl
We; to no way can H atcount STtli
41s appearance." p "
"Can you desertb the dtaatondl"
We nave SsunaiUna: h.tt.r h.l .
evripHnn. Hare ta a -irDJ tT.
Vttfiujat. HH-i if Ht,rm U-luo.
. ,.i,wr,.r Of the
J UfannlnK, It, " "rtVarue J1n
department ot stores M fg0ur.
Navy Yard, 1; a " ffjL'Vmtiant A
3ES ? ? & 'Aeerran.
and five grandchildren.
Frederick THAww. son of the le
JJ. Illdway, who was ft Pfmln.e.n 'AwfhB
of Ithaca,5 N.Y.. died tI.Vm"
homo of his sister. Dr. MarJ.atown,
way, 5343 Wayne nue, Oermantown
following tn attack of heart disease. Mr.
S ?wlll be burled In """'$.
In Ithaca, the funeral services to take
place Thursday afternoon.
REV. RICHARD K. WAKEHAM
NBW TCmK, Dec. -The Rev. Rich
ard If. AVakcman, widely known as art
educator In Catholic colleges, died today
nt Cold Spring, N. Y. He was 68 years
old. For 31 years he had been engaged
In the education of priests, having taught
at seminaries In Boston and Baltimore.
REV. JACOB B, KERSHNER
HEADING, P Dec. 29,-The Hey.
Jacob B. Kerahner, a native of Oley, this
ciunty, died suddenly from apoplexy at
his home In Jersey City. He had been In
the ministry for 39 years, having charges
In Dauphin, Luzerne nnd other counties
ANDREW C. PETERSON
GIlASS VALLEY, Cnl Dec. 29,-One ot
the last, If not the last survhor of the
batllo between the Monitor and Mcrrlmno,
Is dead here today. He Is Andrew O.
Peterson, 80 years old. As a Finnish sol
dier of fortune Peterson entered the Con
federate navy In 1S62 and was assigned
to the Mcrrlmac
JOHN S. BALDWIN
John S, Baldwin, 71 years old, a Grand
Army veteran and one of the few sur
viving members of the 12Uh Iteglment.
Pennsylvania Volunteers, In which com
pany he saw nctlvo service throughout
tho CM1 War, died yesterday at his
homo In Wajne, Pa. He was a member
of tho Colonel Owen Jones Post, No. 691,
G. A. it., and Camp No. 15, Sons of
Veterans, The funeral services will be
held from his Into residence Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
ANT1IONV. LAWIIENCE ANTHONT, 1021
AP,5.,5ln2NO d" Member 27, 1014,
MAHY B nidow of George S Armstrong.
.,HW!J on Wednesday, at 2 p. m. from
.'017 West York t. Interment I lit ate,
1,AI'.VM.,N.,0n December 28, 1014, JOHN
,.nB.AI,Dv,N- '" 14 yers runeral from
'Wl tynesieja road. Wayne. Pa . on Thura
tVLY,.rccomf r. 3X ot.2 " m- Interment at
Itadnor Haotlit Cenutcrr.
1,EMi!'E'rTVrn December 20. 1014. SAUAU,
widow of It. C. Bennett. Funeral on Wednes
day, at 10 30 a m from the residence of
her son, Isaac Dennett, Johnsvllle, Pa, In
terment at ChurchMlle Cemetery
nonCKKL. qn December 27, 1011. ANNA
U, nldow of nicliard Dorckel (nee Muehl
Ji'"..??.'1 on. Wednesday, at 1 p. m .
nom- t15, W" olrrd ac. Interment at
"STTrJi"'131;,- 0n Decemher 27. 1014,
i-Hm', ",','". of, Jonn -w- Iloltomley,
nineral on W cdnesday. nt ! .10 c m . from
motery "' lntermcn' Fernwood
"nimVi-,0"' December 28, 1014. ALICE
rfii.11'.!.'1" Hu"ie' Funeral on Thura-in.'l'-LJ0.,"
.m; from lno North 10th st.
n'mML.n"n,,!l" '-aure' I"11 Cemetery.
iViIi,SS",?n December 28. 1014, KDWIN T,
Sil"?' """ml of Bessie A. Morris and
i"v-5? Thursday at 8 .10 a m . from
-JOI North Mnachor st Solemn Iteaulem
J!a,",,:' Church of the Vl.ltatlor? it 10 S
Tii i,x.i "v."oly. "TO" temeierv.
ritri .Vn U. UCCKmQCT Jt,
PLinfrfll tin H'ndnaaJ.L .a -P
frftm 1?!?T Ram ft. ...... i i
Maas.t'Bt- OahrleT ."church, at D a."rn?
nni',I?,',,,n ?l, Cathedral Cemetery.
?(! nC,J, iYorH, cn SI"1"!. December 28,
M S.eq,ulrm .M." at B Patrick's Church
fill1 ?5i.iSSi,tiil,.rcol ,n Thursday mofni
iVi..DccrShL 3l,t' .nt eleven o'clock pro-
ntr, Ind . SAUAll EI.LBN, -widow ot Lewis
7u?'0I ,FUrk .0IT"lr ."' .Lansdowne l".
Due notice of the funeral will ha aiven
COaUAMANTONIO COOLIANO? Tl S.
CONWELI,. On December SO, 1014, LEWIS
A., husband of Fanny D Conwell. axed 7e
years Srvlces and Interment private. Tues-
dence, 1201 Master st. Remains may be
fiowe'rs Mondy "nlnr. T to l). Kindly omit
0'j!'-.On,J D,cmS?r. :r . ". ' her
r-i.A,;.ca'"J"f"'L''.-. ".. -onn . in st.
rtPAVvn ""rment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
I1BAM5II. On December 2S. 1BH, EMMA
(nVKifn!?1" "Christian an'd Jlary Deaner
dov It i' JTunerlL,5,?lc" .in Wednes
day, nt 2 p m at W7 East Allen il Tn
n?' SSb10 ,Palmer Cemete" Vault? U T
DMIEE8, In Ilerwyn. Pa, on December
ST. lfltt. FRANK DKWKES Vuneral o
SftUTJmynl.A Snr' t. the Pey'llapl
nI,slN"ifIeA1A),n iSeSSBSIr1 S?UVfT
CARMINE DI BENEDETTO ad "'
Funeral on Wedneiday. at II a. m, f rom 75a
5fLu"h.nAh ,? 8,o'ffn Illah Ma's, a?st.
It hiJ'a,'.!1 2? p?,, Church. Montrose
nemrv ' Int"m"' "olr Cross
PHILIP U. husband of tho lata Elisabeth
Douxherty. Funeral on Thur.day. at 830
a m.. from 1823 8t lea st. lllxft Iteaulem
Mass ut the Church ot the Oesii at 10 a! m
T,1,r"m"' v Cross Cemetery. '
DIMIN. On December 20, 1014, MAP.T A
daualiter of the late Archibald and. Mar'y
Drain. Ilelatlve and friends are InviTiS
to atttnd the funeral, on Wednesday morn.
-n.5hJJ.2 eettfrom her late rcildece?S.U7
Catharine st. Solemn Mass ot nequlenT at
St. Anthony's Church, at 0 80. Interment
.Private, at Cathedral 6emelerr. Jluermen
IJUI.IN. Suddenly, on December "ft ioj
i?bii?lJIyL: "? o? j"m' bu, ":
?rt; "" daushter of the late Marr aiui
John O'Connor. Funsral on Wednesday at
S 30 a. m , from 2431 North LelthVnw' .,
Solemn Reoulem Maw it St. Eaward'a
C.hm.Ct.ry.' J ' m' M'm" Holy Cwis
1'AltHKI.l.'. AJ her residence. B10J Chester
ae. suddsnly on December s ,1,7
Wurmen r,"er D"11" ot " w3H
FEKHV. On December "7. 1BU. Minv
wiaow or Bernard Ferry and dauahterni ' t h
W.'.J.oJil '". BjrldMt ToSbey Fun.i SS
Somerset at Solemn Keaulem illah Mis. .f
fhtS9SLASSfI& 0 m. InHrSeSJ
Z'?'! o.iu a. m . from luii' v'
SerrSt g.lL K-feS
at lilverrlew Ceme-
FI8HKR. On Sundsy,
WILWA BEAD" FI8IIEB. ,n tY. ifof
December 2T. 19H.
n'E3HNfl?lJrJn,2n0,ff: W 'rm.nTp:'
I'UtZillftU.Oa December ST 1814 far ii
nnnwRvv5S?,c S' '"''rment wiyate. '
V5,jysyTn Dember U7. ISlV. oiTir
ARINK. widow of James aodfrey FriiiH;
on Wednesday. t SO a. m . from h2i ilfl
raaMtnu 21C Krams ave ManayunV' VSi
outem Wasi at tha Church oftbs TWoly vl'
cimftW" " "' an',rm" W&Sr
GKACC On December SS.1B14 ia.n,.. .
?M Captain James GrieiT SSnI
services, on Wednaaday i Som. it 'hli
lata residence. 2027 e' t!;,1(.-.d -S- .V .hr
nient Oakland r.m-lii. - - ., joier-
.noiaiia ava. inter
OUKENO. SARAH Oil
IEENO. 1MX South
IIACKIIAK, On December 28 low n,,,
Viineral aarulra. X iBIJ-iVJi'"1 J..ltttOO.
Ward. IntsrOMOt Worth Tsdlr'Tl 111 C.U:
"rliiAHJiS.0 DSSJSb.,r M' ."' WILUAll
cUer'sT"' Bti"Lte- S1b CaVI
,,hV.fKIRBNB OVBB. )8l Korth
JOXOrl. On DecJuiber 28, jjj ., hl, .
pfetni.ra,WBW,lt ,,rt W'tJ:
?0SOEBHQ December sa. 181, matjv
A. J0O?. we of BeaJatato JoVrHASY
KAISl!R,Oo Peeembar 2T. inrt
1ISB1 tlfl u UArcAVA v.i .2
" eHvata, at
f AltY F wila of
n.usiur m tut
JMB PI 14JBI
ot LeWiTul. k uJSnf
c5. ".rs. r?sffv mem ueTt
-gg ts- -srizju?
n!.h ffi' fend ."SSSS il
Fmrtn-aay rnominir. Twelfth Month sort, 3
10 30 o'clock, from Tier late horne rSst nl'.;l
on t. ricrmantown. Train ei tS!iLP'l
lnr Station leaves Rmi
m intettnent private.
MAhi dsnsMer 6f th.'E?".?.? H
demuth. Funernl aarvlces T on Ci1 9
at 2 p n , at her late residence 3427nwl
uilii bu iiiLCiiticiiL na. luniins ir ., n
iiryt m. ...orian C
F. (nee Dillon), wldnlr of w t ,,A'iN
- '"'..", ,...uoih ,10 NAMh IAii. 11
.1 i i.i. m.m.hj I,. .1 -, Ainnnme.
n notice or runeral -nrlll h iinn "1
tTIN-On Decemi er 27, IBM "itxii. J
N J. MARTIN, .IneralVn ThurlJf.Ea
rarrlairea will meet train leavn.Lnl2,nl1
MAVIIIZ. UNIVKRSO MATJRIZ. 2SS a.
mon at. el
MrCAIIB. EDWARD MeCABB 22 w.
Preaton l. ' " ""i
McCONNKLT,. Al Atlantlo City, v T
rd ThiT "latS WIllam'McCo'n'ner "rvJ
brother'a residence. 40S Tlo!l,,T '.Jenj M
mnnlnn tt. .1. Pdlr.in T!nl. w " t 'J
Joseph's Church, at 0 a. tn. IntermeitJ
jiammonion, jn. j. a
icuuruiiKun n December 25 loTol
JOHN. Jr huaband of Emily b. Mcf'ufAiSI
(nee Meier), Funernl , on WedneVdai. ,h,9
(nee Meierj, rurierai on Wednesday; ,T
p. m , from 21)24 Richmond st Inter!,.,
prlialr. at Mount Vernon Cemetery1
' t Intei
r. loi, ,
iiciwr.wyi un uecemDer ar, 1914. 3nni
i.... .--r:v. ""''7.
J., husband of Ellaabelh MeKenna tne. ii
??" -""; "i,."l!"r. urzemttr
m H s m., imm i.i Kiiaworth It bi
Masa at Rt. Anthony's Church, atoah. J
Interment Naw cathedral.
aicrtAKiAi.i. un uecember
3IF.I)I. On December 27, 1tli fiTil
adaiis. wire or cnanes jiedd. Fm,.i:i
?!??"2?rA ..?.X; "?.: 'roJ.t'f.ifi5l
unite, wtiuv uibrmi o., uermanvalt
terment private, Ivy Hill Cemeterr. fl
O. MTI.UT. Funeral on Thuradav. hZirSL
Waverly at. Interment Eden Cetwfwl
i. ... -h -Wfsjji
I J ., , O. E.?,S
MONTEITII-PATTON. On DecenW ,?
1914. ANNIE, wlfa of James MonUetV
dauchter of William C nnd MnHh, f.u.
Ion. Funeral on Wedneaday, from th t
dence of her parents, New Freedcti yS
Market it. ferry. Ph la. IT
JIORniS, On December 27, 1BH, illit
,iid iri.ii.ua ,,,. itiviiua wo 4I1VHCQ W
tend the funeral services, rin Thurt1 ,.
noon at 2 o'clock, at her lata residence, MS
Chester ne. interment pniate i,P
MYKIISV On December 28. 1914. nvntnl
W., son of Mar- Linker and lata WitaJ
ADtia riinciai un ., uuiifaunjr. k. q 0,l
from 110 North 0th at. Interment at M
side Cemetery on Thursday tnontlnt tU
l-Aiuunoun. un uecemoer 2(, JHU
ANNIC ulfo of Georre PArklnlon. U J
rmii year. Funeral on WednesduTibiS
remher 30. nt 1130 a. m.. from inoa WmJ
t., llrlitoj Pa. Interment Bristol Ormnl
PARTRIDGE. On December 28. Dili
Abiub n. junnaun, aauanier oi m
II PArtridat.. nt her lata refldnr,v 1
West Tlorn at. Due notice of the Ioiki
will bo ulvcn. if
TETEHS. On December 23, 1814. TJIlioi
P , husband of Ellen J. Peters, Funeral wn
Ices at his lata residence, 1409 Nortti Rit&M
st.. Thursday. 1:30 n. m. Interment fciintt
PII.L.-MICIIELE PILLA. 408 Mbntttwt
ri.ATT. Suddenly, on December 2tliil
ELI.A A., wife of Cleora-o Piatt, larrr-j
of 3232 North 13th st. and daughter 4t f
late Joseph R. and Rebecca lleddls. &
lives and friends aro- Invited to attccito
funeral serrlcea, on Thursday, at 3 l.
precisely, at her iato residence, 316 We!
Venango at. Interment private, at ArMo
Cemetery. Remains mny be vlenred Weteo
any etcmnff oeiween i ana u o ciock. '
katioan. On December 28, 1DI4.TH03UI
P.. husband ot Grace Helen Raima is
ron ot the late Patrick and Mary RatlfK
Funeral on Thursdny, at 8 30 a. ra. m
2721 North Park a e. Solemn Requiem Vu
at the Church nf Our r.nrtv nf Merer, stt
a, m. Interment New Cathedral CenutcqjD
KinnYVAY. On Decemfaer 28. 1D14. at 04
residence of hla sister, Dr. Mary D. Rliil
nay, E348 Wayne ave.. Otn , FREDERICt
eon of the late Mr. and Mrs T, A. B. Itlcjl
way, of Ithaca, N Y. Services and Intel
ment at Ithaca, N. X., on Thursdayr
1 ,JM n m '
ROCHE. On December 25. 1014. GEORG
J., husband of Florence May Roche Fraeii
on Wednesday, at 8:30 a. rn from 2l
Rrown st. Requiem Hlsh Mass at St Fnoy
.xavier cnurcn, at 10 a. m interment i
Holy Cross Cemetery.
ROEDEIt. On December 28, 101
HAUHARA, -Rlfo of Frank Roeder .(n
Yeauer). Iuneral on Thursday, at 8-tO il
Vn.. (mm I011 TTl .. Rnl.mn Tlnnnl.m VhA
at St. Ilonavcntura Church, at 10 a. tn. Ii
termtfnt Holv Rcdocmer Cemetery, ...,
ROS9NKH-On December 27. 1014. SAIXli
HO.SSNKU (nee Olci.i), wife of Fredtrlcf
itossner Funeral services weanesasy. H
1 p tn , nt 231U South Warnock at IH
lerment at Fernwood cemetery. i
ROULEAIt Hn n.r.mh.r 5T. 1014. FItANS
liuebend of lato- Elolso Rouleau. In hi Stl
tear. Funeral on Wednesday, at 1ft a. m.1
from his lato residence 2118 North 27tb rj
Interment private In Holy Cross CemelwrJ
4.urj.niuD, un uecemner -r. iuii, jui
w nusoand of Amelia Rupertus, it
Krlecer) Pllnomt nn TV.Hn.tdflV. nt 8.30
tn., from ll)3o North Orlanna at. Hlh.ll
m at, iuicnaera ctiurcn at lu a. m. jc
inrin prnniG, . A
StIIHAM On rw.mh.r 7. 1011. TVI!
IIEI.MINA SCHIUM, Funeral servlcesefl
r naay, ut . p m at nortnwesi corner .jw
and Srrlnr riiirn.n tttm. Interment All
Mnrlah Cemetery. . .. 9&
BUuncilUFT. On December 27. nut,,.
402" North 17th St.. EUZA. wlfa ot Bin
.j. ucowcroii. inerai services on inuw
at 2 D in., nt 4hf Tlnlteri Rvnnirellcal ChOl
10th and Wvnmtnr n Tnt.rtnent nrlTftSts
Hillside Cemetery. AM
8IIKPI.EY On December 23, 1014, JAMM
SHFI'LEY, husband of Sarah Ann Saertl
Funeral on Wednesday, at - p. m Iron 2m
i.iS iK9lUV.KV, anij jinsiio 91.) ''je
H(,h,ivll.ttl Q.rvln.a In Philrnl, nl flf liM
the Less, at 3 p. m. Interment at.
BHUTT. On December 27. 1014.
wife of Alonzo If. Khutt. Funeral
leysvlllo. Pa, at 11 30 a m.. Janus
anon acrvices at 2430 West CumDcriaaa
8IMONTON. CHRISTINA SIMQNtON.W
Norwood st. 4.
SNITCIIEH. On December 27, lOH. HI
TEIt. widow of Daniel N. Snltcher ruwi
on Wednesday, at S p. m , frcm resldenfj
ner ion.in.uw, Ueorge w. Dalbow, i
uiutuimm ,i, interment at ureenwven
or P.l Pf.mef.rv
STEELE; On December 28, 1014 JOSSfl
or Mary J, steole mnei
iiiursaay. at s p. m from 701 Ea
8TOI.TZ. On December 28. Toii. ADAH
lusband of Clara It, Btolta Funertll
Thursday, at 1 p. m.. from COl SprlB
. ''"hie. Pa Interment private .$
MUAUT. On December 2T. 1014.J FIA
'"", uus i, once ot tne lunerat wi
SULLIVAN. On December 21
TIMOTHY SUU.IVAN. husband pf 1
bulllvan Funeral on Wutnwiir. st
a nu. from 13l Upland st HUrh M
i vuutra of in iloit uiessd Bu
AVJ0mnl,-m' !"" St. DnU' Cl
8 lSJ!yr!5r2 P."!br 2T. lM.,tt;
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".; t7.von inureaay, at j
HWfir-0" December 27. 10H. Tl
TAYIXJIt Inea Krarir.-k .1,. r W
Taylor. Funeral service 'on Wednesday
.cmvvi ., si x u D. m at her isle
interment private, at North Cedar Hill
TA.lx5.nr-1 December 27. 1014, WT
n'i tfZ1z. f Btrk and ton of w
and Mary Taylor .Funeral on Wednesday
tJL ?Lerm.ent..a "n Mount Cen'sUtT,
US HAR.Y A M.. wife of Rev
f. "". rurorat oa Wednesday
YniSin.i'?,liQ 0nve Vlneliad
THOMPSON On SecembVr ST 1B14. A
.i...9 .iSfnw rjsrsni
.f 'n"Sm.'" , Wllaey at flquleai
at U a. tn, at tit v.t.. mW 1
"BJ..i.loat Holy Redm.r ,-.trr
n. ..;, rl:B " James a Townseno-
Jo iSnrlr rJlt, ef his fUtr.
iuabervfiK W. J, on Wedosada
Jn'tvlffe.ntiy''- Intarm.n. at
lr',i,,?r!rrfn Deoembsr 28, 1914. CA.1
n.v.t " ,,u" or wtillam II Tnidn i
mJiiS Tffr hr aon-ln-law Ctarensl
at BrTrtil liviS'1" tltOI, -a tl
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1Kfe?n December 27, 1I MaBTI
3le Of QaOrK Vmih. V.,.B.t ..r,(,sA.l
St Ji ' chfiftulf Vv.fii.ii
misieSttJvlSPl. . ,
uM,.,T 'l! ew ortn aaari
wMfet WaU iruaarril oa Wedoeeiav
tx. '' Owners reaWiu.e iTr
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v?m b SliWifttw, ia rsH.i J
nuHEiiT r... nuaoana or Elliabelij;:
Namara (nee Marker) Funemt on Wfli
day at 7 10 n. m from 1820 Chettsat!
solemn II ih Mass at St CharWSSa
is n in. iniprnisnt r tiniir itass r.
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