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BULL MARKET IN
CHICAGO PIT TODAY
I" Early Prices 1 3-8c. to
g; Higher Than Yesterday's
Profit Taking Again.
CHICAGO, .tnn. C Another rampant
tUll market tvns seen In tlio wheat pit
todfty. iSntly prices were 16 to 2c. higher
than yesterday's close. There wns Kenernl
commission IioHbo buylAff, Trading wns
on a heavy scnlo nntl, 'white there was
considerable proflt taking, offerings were
The market at Liverpool ioso In n sen-
. rational manner, spot wheat moving up
" i to fiJid. Millers thcro 'bought freely at
the extreme rise. Some Amcricuu offers
abroad wero 9d. higher. "
The vlei6ie supply of wheat In Europe
decreased 7,3fil,00o bushels for tho week
to 78,918,000 bushels against 81,312,000
bushels, last week and 73,000,000 bushels
last year. Argentine freight remained at
COa. The rlso In whont has had Its effect
on tho flour market, and If It continues
the prtco. of bread will have to bo In
Argentine wheat Is offered more freely,
but at higher prices. It Is dlfllcult to
see Jilbt where the vessels are to bo ob
tained to get wheat out of 'AiRo'ntlria.
Com ulso moved up sharply' In .sym
pathy with wheat and on n Htrnnp or.
cited market at Llvorpool. wheio thcro
was heavy buying. All offerings were ub
aorbed for a time, 'but the market eased.
Plate corn at Liverpool was 2!:.d,
Oat were higher on n general demand.
There was a great deal of profit .taking
and prices reacted. There was n large
business In rats In Argentina.
Trade In provisions was fairly active
and tho market showed fair strength.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Wheat. Open. High.
iMy t.ri7 i..w;
July i,t i.2i
-frn new aeiiveryj
Way . .
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIOiNS
bulk. 77.20. CATTL,E.-llccelpts, 751)0: mar
UCt Weak, beeves. Sn.rVTf 11.75 : rnun nnrl hnlfnru
JC1.5OR8.40: stockers nnd feeders. S4.50AH 40:
Trani. BW7.25; calves, J700.60. SHCBP.
Ilecelpts, 15,000: market steailv: nntlvS and
Western, W.SO.B0.50; lambs, fS.75;8.e').
GRAIN AND FLOUR
WlIteAT. Receipts. 140,358 bush. Thero
was a good export demand and with stronger
outside adWies. prices further advanced 2c. on
both, spring and winter varieties. Quotations:
Car lour. In export elevator No. 2 red, Hpot
and January. 1.3IUl.:iU; No. 2 red. Western,
Jl.S8ifIl.40; No. 1 Northern Duluth, il.42fl.4.1.
CORN. Ricalnts. K?.D4.t hit, nrr-lntra
ra tirtiu nnu mo marKet was c. Iilgner.
JOth a fair demand. Quotations: Car lota for
local trade, ns to location.' No. 2 yellow. nw,
JltJ7Se.: steamer yellow, new, 7W377c:
r -3no. 3 yellow, new, ?5'SB70c. sample ellow,
rew, 70H872'5c; new cob, per 70 lbs., 72
OATS. Itecelpts 1H.488 bush. The mar
ket advanced Wc with a fair local trade de
mand. Quotations: No 2 white, 5llU37c ;
standard white, 53H!J50c; No. 3 white, 55W
ItVB was scarce and firm. We quote at
I1.11S1.10 per biuli.. as to quality, in export
levator: and at tl&l,10 for small lots of
nearby grain. In bags.
FLOUK, Receipts. 1150 bbls. nnd 3,100,
120 lbs. In sacks. Mill limits ruled very Arm,
but trade waa quiet. Quotations for 1110 lbs.
In wood Winter clear. J3.233a.50; do.,
straight. J5.50Q5.73; do., patent. J3.85Sd.40;
Kansas, straight. Jute acks, J5.75S5.00; do.
patent, jute sacks, f 3. OOfjO. '.'.; spring, first
clear. J5.503rj.83: dp., straight, J3.!)Ot0: do.,
patent, Jtt.25iS0.60; do.. faorlto brands. jn.75
0.90; city mills, cliolcn and fancy patent, jn.73
CO.OO; city mills, regular grades Winter, clear.
.- ..-k.- . sc' "--. ""-".. '-.--
,o.-.vr.-..Ki; an., siraigui, o..kj'((.'. (Oi do., pat
KYq FWHJU. -Supplies were small
the market wns llrm, but trade was quiet
quote neojby and Aestern In nool at
The market -waa quiet and without Important'
enange. quotations:. City beef. In sets, smoked
and air-dried, 2SSJ2VC; Western beef. In sets,
fnwked, 2sJrM.; do, city beof, knuckles and
tenders, smoked and. nlr-drled. 20fr;i0c: do.,
S5.5!lfn, b'efi knuckles and tenders, smoked,
SMte A. beet hams. JWJ.'H; pork, family.
JS3.30f(24; hams, 8. ft cured, loose. lWOUc;
Qgi, skinned, loose. 13l3l4c; do., do., smoked.
lifiWlK,; other hams, smoked, city cured, as
to brand and average. J4Utfl5c.; liaroa,
ftnoked. Western cured. H'iflioc.: do., boiled,
boneless 2021e : plcnlo shoulders, 8. I', cured,
loose, HKBlUjc;; -do., smoked, 12UffI24c:
PJJlles. In pickle, according to average, loose,
14Wloc. j breakfast DHCon. as to brand and
averace. citv cured. 18tinn. An u'atA,n
eVfi. 18Plc; lard. Western, refined, tierces,
llQUMr ; do, do., do., tuaj. listuvic.; do.,
pura city kettle rendered. In tierces. 11
"Mc j dp., pura city, kettle rendered, In tubs,
Tho market ruled firm, b'ut trade -was
quiet Keriners' list prices; Standard gran
ulated, 5i , Una granulated, I.SSc.; towdered.
0.05c, canfectionere A. 4.63c; soft grades.
BUXTEIl. There was a fair demand for
desirable ttock and the market ruled firm under
llettt orfci-Jugx Quotations: Western, fresh,
olid-packed, creamery, fancy, specials, 37c:
exceptional lets higher; extra, ,'I5c,; extra
firsts. U3.11c. , firsts. 3Hffi2c; seconds. 27
Oc. . ladle-packed 22i)24c. as to quality,
nearby prints, fancy, aucj do., average extra.
aTWi'.; do. nrats, 3')lc. ; do,, seconds, 2S
80e. ppeclal fancy brarda of prints Jobbing
EOtSS. Tho market ruled firm on fine new
lsla eggs, demand for which really absorbed
iliB limited retelpts. Quotations. In free
eases, nearby, extras, 44c per dozen
nearby firsts, $12.60 oer standard case;
nearby god current recdlnts. 112 per standard
ease, mixed held and fresh and ordinary stock.
tlO.'.'OBlLlO per case: Western extra firsts!
$13.60 1 Pjr cass. do., firsts, $12 per case; South.
ro, $U.012 ryr eas. Helrlgerator eggs
spring packed, choice M?27u. per dox.: do.:
ordinary to fair. 23tt24. per dox. Fancy se
iticted candled fresh eua were jobbed out at
474!c per dox.
CHliKHK. The market .was quiet, but
teiUi', under moderate offerings. Quotations:
I . 'n.f JV I
Fvrtlu'y JoaTl f WZJ r 6 0Mtt 1 I MA hah ) r- . I Vc"& - Vei r- '
BOUSHT ACAr- 1 fo MSSSfS. I II f IFSS
v to Ti.e HoxAi r $ -i"!i- VjsS) r"y v y J
Mm)HL & - H Jin i5s-H5!!-
iH& iA flu yfk MM J-Sy
New York full-cream, earlier receipts, choice,
inc. . rln., i!o.. current make, choice, 15c , do.,
do , fair to good, lit014'ie.: ilo., part sklmn,
b ti lflc.
I, I VI.. The market ruled firm under mod
erate olterlnea ami n fair denmnil for delrabl
stick. Quotations. Fowls, litgiite.; old rooJt
era, 10g 10'ic ; aprln? chlckcna. according to
luallty, U'lyHc; turkeya, lSBlic: duckK. 146)
15c : RCCftC. IRHlriC. . cutnn.lR. nunir. welfflilnc
2 Ihs. and oer nplece, rer pair. 50c: neighing
lMitfli lb apiece, per pair, 40fi4.K). ; gulneaB,
old. per rlr. .iO?4oe.; plgtona, per pair, 15
lHIKSSKl). Oltcrlngs of desirable turkeys
light and the market nrm and lc higher, with
trade fair Other description quiet but
Blfady. Quotations' Turkojs, dry-packed
tancy. laige, nearby 20'rt21e . do. Western.
'Me ; ateraRe recclpln. 1113'lSc. ; InTcrlor l"it
15c; Xo 1 old. 18c. Konlj. 12 to box, dry-packed,
neighing 4',jW, lbs apiece, 17'sc , do.. IfT
4li lbs. apiece, 17e.; do., I lbs. apiece. 10'ic.:
do. IMA lba. apiece, HtriBc.: do., :i ftn.
and under, 12Srl3c. Towls. bbls.. dry-packed
Ueatcrn, ory-plcked, 4'ffB lbs. apiece, ltfHc.;
do., do., 4 lbs., l.VJc; do., do., ;i'i lba., lie.;
do., do., .1 lbs. and under, ISfil.lr. Old roos
ters, dry-picked, 12iic. Broiling chickens
Ncarbv, 1H1J2 lbs. apfece, 200220; do., fair tc
ccd, liimfic; Western. l'JBl lbs. apiece, 20c.:
do., fair to good, 14Jfl8c. nonstlnif chickens,
dry-packcrt. In boxes-Mlllc-fed. 18 to 24 lbs.
to dor., 22Jf23c: milk-fed, 2r to 21) lbs. to
noz.. iu2l' : corn-fed. 18 to 24 lbs. to doi..
i0?21a: corn-fed. 2.1 to .VI lbs. to doit.. ISC
H'c ; milk-fed, :it to n in. to doz. Hue.,
mllk-fcd, .17 to 42 lbs. to dcr., 144c. i milk-fed,
4:1 to 47 lbs, to doz., l.VJc; milk-fed, 4S Ibt.
10 um., nc: miiK-rca. t;o lbs. mm ocr. the.;
eorn-fed, .11 to .10 lbs, to doz., inw14c; corn
fed. :i7 to 42 lbs. to doz.. l.'UMJHc.'; corn-fed,
4.1 to 17 lbs. to doz., 14Hlfic: oorn-fed, 48
lbs. nnd over to doz., 17c: corn-fed, 00 lbs.
and over, lc. Roasting chickens, dry-papked,
'n bbls Western, milk-fed. dry-Picked. .', lbs.
and over, 17c; Western, mllk-Ied. 4 lbs., lflc;
Western, milk-fed, 3tJ lbs., ll'jc: Western,
miiK-rca, dry-picked, mixed nclghts, HnM'Je,
21.W3 lbs.. Mo.: Western.
corn-fed. n lb
nnd ocr. Inc.; Western. corn-
fed, 4 lbs., 15c: Western, corn-fed. lry-plcked.
mixed weights. 14c; Western, enrn-fod, 3',
lbs.. 14c; Western, corn-fed. 2'5Tj3 lbs.. 1.".'4c
Spring ducks, lrt917c. Spring geese. 1,'IffHc
6qunbs. per doz. White, weighing 11 to 12
lbs., per doz.. J1.2.V!f4.R.'i white, weighing It to
10 lbs., per doz., J1.n31?.13; white, weighing
8 lbs., per doz.. J2.73W3.15- do.. '.! . 7 lbs.,
per doz., J2ff2.A3; do., do., Oflfl'i lbs., per doz.,
J1.25S1.90; dark nnd No. 2. f0c.ffjl.10.
Demand fair foe desirable stock and
nines generally steady. Quolatlons. Apples,
New York, per bbl. King. J2U3; Iialdnln,
Jl. 7332.50; Crooning, J2fi3; Spy. $220.127.116.11;
other iro'"' e?tlng varieties. J1.75!f2.30; me
dium. Jl)fl.30: apples, Western, per box, 75c
HlJI.50: apples, Delawate nnd Pennsylvania,
per hamper, .',0001c: lemons, per box, J2.n0fp
3.50; oranges, Florida, per box. J I. '-'.Mi 3; tan
gerines. Florida, per strop J'.'II2.5ii; grape
fruit, Florida, per box, J1ST2: plneapp'cs, per
crnic. i-orto jiico. ji.ni...i: norinn, siitr
2.iKI; cmnberrles, fancy, lute varieties, per
bbl., J2i4; do.. Capo Cod. i:ar)y HIack. per
bbl., J23, do., do., do., per crate., 75ctf?1.50;
d,-., Jersey, per rrate, 75c.WJl.25; pears. New
Vnrk, Kleffer. per bbl., $t?2; strawberries,
Florida, per qt., MSOOc.
Tlic market steady under -moderate offer
ings and u fairly active demand for choice
slock. Quotations: White potatoes, per
bush. Pennsylvania. . 5.1?l,nt:-; New York.
40g4tic; white potatoes, Jersey, pel bskt., 33fj
bush., ('iifJoVlc.; do., choloe, per lOH-lb. bag.
1; do., sfconds, per tOO-lb. bag, 00Jf7.'.c : cab
bage, domestic, per tnn, XS1J0; do , Dnnlsli, per
ton, J14W10, cauIIMouer, New York, per crite.
75c.f1.23: spinach, Norfolk, per bbl., $2fl2.50;
kale, Norfolk, per l.bl., uf(75c- lettuce. Flori
da, per PSKt., &:.iHri.i; uo . vortn warounu,
per bskt., JI.50B2: bcntiB, Florida, per bskt..
1.7582.50. peas, Florioa, per bskt.. J2.-iOH5:
eggplant, KlorMii, per box. J25J3; cucumbers,
riorlda. por bskt.. J1.75r.".50; Hquash, Florida,
nep bxkt.. 1. 5042: neuners. Florida. Per ear
lier, $2.50t:i.5U: celery. New Vork. per buni'h,
2Jfl45c. ; mushrooms, per 4-lb. basket, $191.50.
NEW YORK COFFEE MABKET
NEW YOHK, Jan. 5. It a evident that
tho strong tono In coffee futures on the
New York nxchange naa continued today. At
tho opening adtanccs of 6 to (I points were
Opening futures January. n.O0H0.O5c; Feb
ruary, .OTe. hid; vMkirch. 0.21c. bid; April,
II. 10c. bid.; Jlay. B.40'fjll.45c; June, tuiomuuc.;
July. 7.21k.-. bid.: August, 7.25tj 7.35c. ; Septem
ber, 7.30r 7.4.1c; October. 7.45c. bid: Novem
ber, 7.50c. bid; December, 7.55c, bid. Sales,
NEW YORK BUTTER AND EGGS
KWV YOrtK. Jan. . HUTTRrt. Market
steady, receipts, 13.011 packages. Creamery
extra, 3Hc: higher scoring, 30ifr.t7c : stato
dairy, 34.l5c; imitation creamery. 2S'h'25Hc
EGUS.-Market strong: receipts, 12,u7d cases.
3 rsh extra, tlrsls. 12c; fresh nrsts 40841c.
nearby whites. 474Bc; nearby mixed, 38
41c; special marks, 23c.
COTTON MARKET STEADY
NEW YORK, Jan. 5. In the afternoon
tho cotton market was notably steady,
with sentiment considerably divided.
Liverpool cables scarcely came up to ex
pectations, but aotlvlty in that centre
was, nevertheless, strong, spot sales
running to about 10,000, bales, a duplicate
of yesterday's figures. The demand In
other foreign quarters Is developing, and
all signs point to a steady call foi spots
from abroad. Southern factors entered
the market today In some strength, but
the Bupply was by no means alarming and
was consistently absorbed.
Yesterday's II 1 2 so
Close, upen. A.M J'.JI. J' Jl.
No. 1. $2(82.7.1; No. 2. 31.S0W1.iM: sweets.
Jersey, per bbl. -No. 1, J.ni3.50: No. 2, 2
2.25; awcdts, Jersey, per bskt., UOUiSc; onions,
choice, nt-r bush.. ,075c : do., ordinary, per
& , WrPi-Z-, r-y IfJiw PiTcHeotf l 1A, ?7r I., VfrtTtTfrS. ..KVv7 .7i XT3 K 1 WM
evening ldgeb-phitjAbblpsia': tttesday; JANUARY
MxJ HEARD? I I lip CDDIC WAS
v flRAUY Bur rtil (-
IS ALWAYS TAKING THE JOY
At miction In this city today $1000
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Be. sold nt
At a meeting of the dlrectots of the
Fidelity Trust Company tho usual an
nual .distribution to Us employes wns
authorized, the amount being. J18.6S0.
The Tradcsmcn'fl Nntlonal Bank today
retired the last of Its emergency cur
rency, the amount bclnjr $119,000.
Ocoi-ko A. Huhn ;s Sons will rcmovo
from their present ofllcca In tho Land
Title Building to their new offices on tho
ground floor and basement of tho Uclle-
vuo Court Building, Walnut street nbovo
uiiwi, en .uoiKiay next, ueorgc a. titnin
recently purchased tho new building.
It Is undcrstooa that the Land Titlo
Trust Company will, extend Its olllces
Into those recently occupied ,by .Messrs.
lluhn & Sons.
Miami Copper Company again deferred
action on the quurtcrly dividend.
nmergency currency to the amount of
$320,150 has been retired nt tho local Sub
treasury; Tradesmen's National Bank,
Jl.'O.OOO; Market Street National Bank,
$100,000; Ninth National Bank, JM.ltfO, nnd
First National Bank of Kansas City, Mo.,
Tho January circular of the National
City Bank says:
"The business situation In the United
Htntes, while showing no pronounced
chungc. Is continuing to adjust Itself upon
a surer basis. There Is a creeping confi
dence abroad, which has grown notice
ably stronger from week to week as
progress toward normal conditions has
been made, but It Is held In check by tho
foreign situation. The decision upon rail
way rates will help that Important Indus
try and through It several others in which
unemployment has been large.
The New York Stock Exchange has -admitted
to the list $349,5DO,4G0 Now York
The greatest number of failures In his
tory was recorded by Bradstrcet for tho
past year, while the liabilities of falling
traders have only been exceeded twice
beforo since this compilation was estab
lished. There were 10,753 failures, a total
of 15 per cent. In excess of 1913 and S per
cent. In excess of 1803. tho hitherto record
year. Liabilities of fnlllng traders In 1914
aggregate $302,235,31;, a total of 22 per
cent, larger than in 1913, but K.5 per cent,
smaller than In 1907 ar 1883, the years of
evil pie-eminence in rallure damage.
A meeting of the creditor and stock
holders of tho Standard Roller Bearing
Company is to bo hold tomorrow after
noon at tho Manufacturers' Club.
The nnmes of Samuel T. Bodlnr. Oini-i
S. W. Fnckard, George W. Norrls and
Chllds Frlck aro mentioned as possible,
successors to the late N. Parker Short
rldgo for vacancy on the Pennsylvania
The minimum price on Baldwin Locomo
tive common was reduced to 33.
The annual report of tho American
Brake Shoe and Foundry Company shows
a decreaso of :56.834 In earnings and a
surplus after dividends of $301,572, against
$6057087 In 1913.
A New York Produce Exchange mem
bership sold for $6C0 against $323 the last
::: 8? ::
... nau ..
2of 10S0 registered
2a of ltKli) coupon
Panama 2s registered
Panamn 2s coupon. ,,..,..,
Panama new :ia registered,,
Panama new 3s coupon
3s of 1018 registered, ,.....
3s of ll18 coupon ,
4s of 1021 registered
4s of 1023 coupon.,..,.,,,..
Receiver for Cotton Press Co.
NEW VORK. Jan. S. A petition In bank
ruptcy has been filed In the Untied Stated
DlitrlU Court by, faiierke. Canfleld ft stone
against the American ItounJ Bale Press Com
pany, a corporation with Ita principal plant
In Texas. Judge Hand appointed Paul Jones as
receiver under a bond of $50,000, The llabltt
ties aro $!4,H07. The assets consist chlerly
of 5 cotton ginning plants and presses in
tho South, on which no aluatlon Is placed.
Small Illinois Bank Closed
WOODllULL. HI., Jan. 3. The Farmers'
Hank, a private Institution with 300 depositors
and $.vo,oco asssts, has closed Its doors.
DIARY : IT LOOKS
f MT"lR5f,' C -TiDGE A0DISON- S. IRTYj-'SoSf ' fS -v . f$ I f7 7 1 1"a?1
,Mm,W .' &t"m I JT5rL.. '. ' . mm
OUT OF LIFE
N. Y. RESERVE BANK
BUYS CITY BONDS
Chairman Will Not Yet Iteveal Which
NEW VOftK, Jun. 5.-Thn Federal lie
serve Bank of New York Iibh purchased
$50,000 of tnunlclpu! bonds. Chairman
Plerro Joy is quoted as saying that he
hud not yet received from the Federal Re
serve Board In Washington nny regula
tions concerning Investments In bankers'
acceptances. Thos covering the purchuJie
of municipal revenue bonds or wariantB,
ho snld, were tentative and confidential.
AMERICAN SHARES STRONG
Expect This Market Will Be Thrown
Open in Jdondon.
LONDON, Jan. .'..-Trading In securities
on tho Stock Exchange was narrow to
day. Buyers predominated. American Is
sues were stronger In spots. Canadian
Pacifies sagged because or the decrease
In earnings. Irregularity marked tho
dealings In home railways. Arcentlnn
rails larked steadiness on less favorable
Shell trading' nnd transport Issues were
strong on an official statement that the
dividend for the past half year will prob
ably be maintained. There wns Invest
ment buying of Egyptian securities,
which were considered cheap. It Is ex
pected that the American Stock Exchange
will be reopened nevt week. Jtlo Tlntos
The closing prices wero as follows
Ilaltlninre & Ohio
Chen & Ohio
Chicago A (Ircut Wnstern ....
Chlcigo. Mil & St Paul
do 1st rref
Denver & rtlo Grande
LotilsWlle & Nashville
Mexican Petroleum ,
Missouri, Kansas nnd Texas..
N'oifolk & Western !.'.!"'
New York. Ohio & Western,
Southern Railroad ',',.'
United States Steel !
- j urn icmrai
GOLD GOES TO PARIS
Bars to the Amount of ?2,000,000
to Be Shipped.
NEW VOrtK, .Inn. S. It Is understood
that $2,000,000 In gold bars has been with
drawn from the assay office for export to
It will he recalled that frequently tho
Bank of Franco has entered m "1
ments with bankers here for tho purchase
of gold irrespective of tho position of
exchange. At the present time exchange
... .... ,,. ,,; export or ,0 mctn.
rather tho market favors gold Imports
NEW YORK CURB
Riccne Cananea ....
Tobncco Proilucts pref.
llnltKl Cigar Stores...
do preferred ...v...
I 7-fo i n.tn
Powder Stock Quotations
Du Pont Int Prm.i.n,..r "ii- Asked.
Int Smokeless rowder ft Cheni'n'f'
do common F
13 I du Pont-Do Nemours!.'.'.'.'.'.'.
do preferred ,
do 4Ji per cent, tonds '.'.'.'.'.'.
Hercules powder Co '
do preferred '
do fl per cent, bonds '
Alias i-OHOer Co , , (nn
do 0 per cent, bonds ','.'. 05
Foreign "-"Discount Rates
. . 5
Date of last
Aug, 8, mu
Aug, 20, inn
Dec. 23, 11)14
Aug, 21, 1014
Oct. 31, 1014
.,r,r.IU(1 1'allwV an Electric Companv of
Uultlmore, i r cent., (uyable January 15 as
reglstsred January1 7.
AtihlKon. Toncka and Santa Fe Itallnay
regular, IV per cent, on common, payable
March I to'slock of record January it).
Hamilton Woolen Company semiannual 3 per
cent., payable January 11 to stock of record
National Security Bank, regular semiannual
S per cent , payable on demand.
Harbison-Walker Refractories Company, reg.
ular quarterly HA .per cent, on preferred, pay.
able January 20 to. stock of record January 0,
LIKE A LONG REST
.. .14 i- j:
. . S.SH 7i
..102 - 14
.. 22 -Hi
. . 75 - M
.. 1H u
I II I I "
HEItMAN J HAMM.ETON
Herman S, Ifambleton, a veteran of the
Civil War, ts dead at the residence of
his daughter, Mrs. Charlotte M. Arm
strong, Faraday Park, Morton, Pa. Mr.
llamblcion was a member of Company
P. Uh Iteglment, Pennsylvania Volun
teers, and wns taken prisoner at Sulphur
Hprlngs, He spent J4 months In Llbby
Prison, Andersonvllle and Camp Loudon.
For moro than 30 years he lived at 10th
and Federal streets. His death Sunday
was unexpected, He Is survived by his
two daughters, Mrs. Charlotte M. Arm
strong and Mrs. Anna M. Morris. The
funeral services will be held tomorrow
evening at the Armstrong tcsldcnco at
WILLIAM V. LYNCH
William V. Lynch, an undertaker for
nearly 25 years, died yesterday at his
home, 270 South 20th street, of pneu
monia. He was a brother of tho late
Rev. John F. Lynch, who was rector of
the Catholic Church of Our Lady of tho
Hosnry, G3d and Callowhlll streets. He
was 6T years old and was lohg a mem
ber of the Knights of Columbus. His
widow and two sons survive
HOLAND Y. LUTHER
Roland Y. Luther, vice "president and
general manager of tho Peerless Coal nnd
Coko Company, at Vivian, W. Va., died
yesterday at the University Hospital from
an attack of kidney trouble. Ilo had
been 111 for many months, but not until
last wcok wns he removed to tho hospital.
Ho wns a member of a Schuylkill County
family. Tho body will bo sent to his
home In Vivian.
MGR. P. F. CONNOLLY
PHILL1PSBURG, N. J., .Ian. 5,-Mon-slgnor
Patrick F. Connolly, rector of St.
Philip and St. James Catholic Church, of
this place, died yesterday of pneumonia.
Ho was born In Ireland. 71 years ugo. Ho
wns ordained Juno 2, 1871, and celebrated
his llrst Mass at Bellvllle, N. J. Ho had
been rector hero since 1S97 nnd two years
ago . was made mouslgnor.
CIIOI'MK. Tn loving remembrance of my
dear mother, SARAH A. CHOUSi;, who
pansccl away January 5, 1P01. DAUUllTHIl.
MUI.roni). In loving remembrance of my
dear mother, ANNA 1SA1ILL,A MIILPonu,
who departed this life on Jan, 5, 1U14. Lnicd
by ono who knew her. UlUt BUN.
Al.MAN. On January 1, 1015, WIMllifl
A1MAN. Funeral strvlccs, on Tuesday, at 1
p. in., at ins late residence, U West Hartnell
avc, Chestnut Hill. Interment strictly pri
AI.I.UN. On January 4, 1015. CHAItLCS V
husband of the lato Frances F. Allen, In Ills
75th car. Relatives and friends are Imltcd
to attend tho funeral services, on Thursday
afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at his lata residence.
203.S Diamond st. Interment private, at West
Laurel Hill Cemetery.
ARMSTRONG. At his residence, flraver's
lane, Chestnut Hill, on January 5, 1015.
THhODOHi: ARMSTRONG, aged 70 years!
Further notice of the funeral mil bo given.
H.UCNKTT. January 4, 1015. ANN IJLIZA,
utdow of John Bnr.iott. Funeral services on
Thursday, at 3:15 p. m.. at U2:l East Chel-
ten uve., ucrmaniown. interment private.
11KNNIS. On Jnnuary 2, 1015, MARY ELISS
AUKTH, widow of John J. Bennls and daugh
ter of the late Michael and Margaret Mee
lmn, uged 54 years. Relathes and friends are
Invited to attend the funeral, on Thursday,
at 8:30 o'clock, from her late residence, 2024
West Fletcher at. Solemn Requiem Mush at
the Church of the Most PreUous lilood ot
Our Lord, at 10 o'clock.
MINNS. -On January 4, 1015, WALTER A.,
son of the late Charles H. and Janet Ulnns.
Funeral servlcos on Wednesday, at 11 a. m..
at the chapel of Kirk ft Nice, l-IUl Main St.,
Uermantown, Interment private.
I! LAW. Suddenly, In New York city, on
January 1 11113, MORRIS BLAW, formerly
of Philadelphia, aged 48 years. Relatives and
friends urn Invited to nttend the funeral
Ben Ices, on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
at the apartments of Oliver H. Balr, 182U
Chestnut st. Interment private.
BOHLKIt. On January 1, 1U15. JOHN II,
BQiJLER, aged 00 years. Relatlvca are In
vited to attend the funeral services, on Tues
day, January' o, 1015, at 2 o'clock, at Ml 4
McKcan st., Philadelphia. Interment at Mt.
IIOYKR. in Denver, Col., on January 1,
1015. WILLIAM F. UOYKK. Relatives and
friends uio invited to attend tho tuneral
services on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at
tho apartments of Oliver II. Balr. 1820 Chest
nut street, Philadelphia. Interment private.
I1RKNNKR. On January 2. 1015, HARRY
UHBNNDIt. son of Uottleben and the lata
Andrew Brenner. Funeral services on Tues
day, at 2 p. m., at his late residence, Al-
oany ave., uurringion, .-s. J.
IlKOH'N. On January 4, 1015, EDWARD
J, BROWN, son of James and the late
Urldget Brown. Funeral on Saturday, at
S-.30 a. m., from bis fathor's residence, 128
South lloiiball at. Solemn Requiem Mass at
St. Patrick's Church, at 10 u. m. Interment
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IIL'KNHIDR. On January 2, 1015, JANI3 M.,
wife of James Ilurnslde, Funeral services
on Wednesday, at 2:30 p. in., at tho chapel
of Andrew J. Balr ft Son, Arch and 10th sts.
CAIMt. On January 3.1015.MARTHA CARR.
Relatives and friends are Invited to attend
Iho funeral, on Wednesday, at 7:30 a. m.,
from 718 North 22d at. High Mass at St.
IVancls' Church, at 0 a. m. Interment Holy
CIIAIINI.KY.-On January 2. '1015. MARY
JANU CHARNLEY. wife of ilugh Charnley.
"w.i uh xiiursuar, hi o.ii a. m., rrom
7.11) Frankford ave,, Ilolmuburg, Pa., Mass
and Interment at Bt. Dominic's Church,
CI-VYTON. On Jonuary 1, 1015, CATH
ARINK A., widow of tho late Abraham
Clayton. FuneraL without rurther notice, on
Tuesday, Januury 3, ut 1:30 p, m from the
residence of her son, Soymour Clayton,
Huntingdon Valley, Pa, Interment WillUm
CLAYTON. On January 2: 1015. NELLIE,
wife, of John A. Clayton, Due notice of tu
neral win be given, from, the residence of
her father, Frank Feaster, 2122 Manton st.
COPPAUK Suddenly,, at Philadelphia, on
January 1. 11)15. lilltAM K., husband of Ella,
N. Coppaga and son of .Eugene and Ella
Coppage, Funeral services on Tuesday aft
ernoon, at 2 o'clock, at Malvern, Fa. in
terment at Malvern Baptist Cemetery.
CKAVKN Suddenly, on January I, 1018.
WUAAM T beloved husband of Elizabeth
Craven (nee Fllcmyr). Funeral services on
Tuesday, at 2 p. m.f, at his late residence
2041 Last ork at. Interment at North Cedar
nyOMHIStjO. AR1IANDA DI TOMM03.
KAMTVOOI).-CHARLE8 W. EASTWOOD
71112 U'ch ave., Ilrooklin. rsssed away Jan
uary 2. 1015. after a long Illness.
rihf'illHt. On January ! inin nuinrta
K beloved son of Frederick and Catherlno4-
a ttBHsi. uitctAi, u,i lunuuy atiernoon.
lntennent at Oakland Cemetery. ""'"on,
UI.AZIKR. Suddenly, on January 2, 1016.
HENRY ULAZIEH. Funeral on Wednesday!
at 1:110 p. m., fiom his late residence, 2tni2
Rlutvvn st., Holmesburg. Interment at North,
w oud Cemetery.
(HIEKI.EY. On January 3. 1015. MARK,
husband of Augvitua H. Qieeley (nee Bode).
Jlue notice-of the funeral will be given, from
his late residence. 3204 Diamond st,
GltKKNWKI.U On January 8.1016, ET1II3L
ORETCHEN. daughter of John, 'Jr.. and
Lthel Oreemvcll. aged 7 months. Relative
and friends are Invited to attend tho funeral
serv Ices on Tuesday arternnou, at' a o'clock,
ft her parents' residence, 5031 Irving street.
Intrrment at Mount Mortah Cwneteiy. , . .
FOR THE &63V1 'ifc AMONiSR
OREINKn On Jgnuary 4, "8','9"AA,f
M1LNB anEINEn. Rf tlv; nn Att ln M
the family re Invited to attend tho I"""",!
services on Tuesday afternoon at a ofl
precisely, st the chapel ef A. J. Blt & Son,
Arch and lBlh sts. interment private.
OltllTITHS. On January . , ''" 'lifl
JUlMA II (IRtFFlTHB. lie I MUM and
friends ar Invited In attend the funeral lerv
ices on Tmirtday.aiteriioon. i ----.5--clsely,
at the res dence of her brother, i lev.
Kdnlii r. Griffiths, loi Larchwood ave. In
terment at Woodlands Cemetery.
CRIMES. On January 1. 101R. t?Bh, wife
ot John utme (nee Nugent). unJ "' ,n.
Thursday, st 8:30 n. m., from her ae resl
drnce, 2110 Moore st IIIlthtMss of Requiem
st St. Edmund's Church, nt 10 a. . Inler
ment nt Holy Cross Cemeter-.
friends are invited to nlfend the funeral ser
vices, on Tuesday, January B, at lwO o'clock
precisely, nt his lato residence, 20j N. Jlth
it. Interment private.
lIAOKNIltJClI. On January 2. loin. WILL
IAM Il.i husband of Christiana Hagenbuch
fneo Buker). Funeral services, on Tuesday,
it 1 p. m.7 at U120 Rockland St.. Igan.
Interment prlvato, at Ardsley Cemetery.
1IAMIH.KTON. Suddenly, at the residence
nf his .daughter, Mrs. Armstrong. Mitchell
and Un ly aves., Farraday Park, Morion. Pa.,
nn JantarV 3, 1015, HERMAN J husband
of the late riarnh S. Hamblelon. Further
nctlco of tho funeral will bo given.
HAMILTON. On January 2.1D15. EDWARD
F husband of the late, Annie Hamilton
(nco fan-). Funeral on Wednesday, a t 8:30
a. m., from his lute residence, 255 Ann st.
Solemn Requiem Mass nt Church of thn Na
tivity, nt 10 a. m. interment at Holy Cross
1LVYKB. On January 1, 1015, CATHARINE,
daughter or I'atriCK nnu unugci imj. r "
neral on Thursday, nt 8:30 a, rn.. from her
parents' residence, Oil South Orlanna st.
Solemn High Mass of Requiem at the Church
of St. Philip Nerl, nt in a. m. Interment
nt the Holy Cross Cemetery.
1IK1TZ. On December 31, 1014; NICHOLAS
11E1TZ, Funeral services, nt the German
Baptist Home, 7023 2d st, pike, Fon Chase,
Philadelphia, on. Tuesday, at 2 n. in. pre
cisely, interment private, at Hillside Cem
etery. HOLMES. On January 4, 1010, at Bt, Clair,
Penna., W. H. HOLMES.
JAMIHON. .tnnuary 2, 1010, MAltY, widow
or the iste inomas Jamison nnu uauiiucr o.
tho lato John and Ellen Roach. Funeral on
Thursday, at 8:30 a, m., from 0505 Llnmore
st. (5.1th, below Woodland avc, West Phila
delphia). High Requiem Mass at the Church
of the Blessed Sacrament. Interment New
JOHNHTON. On Jnnuary . 11)15, DAVID,
son of the late James and Mary A, Johnston.
Funeral Thursday, at 2 p. m,, from lata
residence, 2510 Christian st. Interment Mt.
JOLI.Ii:. On January 3, 1015, JENNIM H,
vvlfo of W. N. Jollla. Duo notice of fu
neral will be given from her lato residence,
273 South Aldcn st.
JUSTIN. On January 3, 1015. WILLIAM
JUSTIN. Funeral services on Thursday, at
1:5(1 p. in., nt his lato residence, 0J21 Sic
Callum st., Gcrmuntown. Interment South
Laurel Hill Cemetery.
KJSLLY. On January 3, 1015, FRANCIS, A.,
son oi KoDert ii. ana ucncvieve Jieuy tnce
McGruddy). Puncrnl on Tuesday, from his
parents' residence, 275(1 North 28th St., at
2 v. in. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
tKKNNUY On Junuary- 2, 1010, SOPHIA C,
v vvlfo of James Kcnncy and daughter of Iho
Kite John and Margaret McFadden. laincral
on Wednesday, nt 0:,I0 a. in., from 1242 Kim
ball st. (below Carpenter st.). High Requiem
Mass at St. Theresa's Church, at 11 a. m.
lntennent at New Cathodral Cemetery.
KEYS. December 31, 1014, ELIZA KEYS.
Requiem Mass at tho Church of tho Ucsu.
Interment at Cathedral Ccmotcry.
KING On.Tiinunry 2, 1015, FRANCIS E.,
husband otvMargarct E, Curtln, late ot Bel
last, Ireland, funeral on Tuesday, at 7:.I0
a, m. from his late residence, 2113 Stewart
st. Mass at St. Elizabeth's Church, at 0 a.
m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
KITE Suddenly,, on Jilnuary 8, 1013. VIR
GINIA BRI8COE, daughter of tho lato Alox
unucr J. and Josephine Huro Kite. Relatives
and friends aro Invited to attend tho funeral
fcoi vices on Wednesday .afternoon, at 2
o'clock, at. her late resldonce. .11(1 North 40th
Bt, Interment prlvato nt Woodlands Ceme
tery. KI'IT. On Jnnuary 4, 1910, at tho Tracy,
3Gth and Chestnut ( streets, Philadelphia,
I-IZAUETH 1). KITT. wlfo of tho lato
Thomas J. Kltt. formerly of Media. Pa.
Funeral services nt Media Methodist Epis
copal Church on Thursday, January 7, 10JJ,
at 11 o'clock. Interment private.
KLOOS On January 2, 1015, FREDERIC!!,
beloved husband of Louise Klooa (neo Klotz
hflrh). Fnnernl on Tuesdav. Rt l;n r n.
from his Into residence, 1340 Poplar st. Serv
ices in St. Johannls German Evangelical
Lutheran Church. 15th below Poplar st., at
1:3(1 a. in. precisely. Interment private, at
KItHEIt. On January 2, 1015, LOUIS, hus
band of Maria Kiecr. Funeral services on
Wednesday, nt 2:K0 p. m., at 0327 Lena st..
Germantown Interment at Chcltcn Hills
LA HE. On January 4. JOIB. ISADORE.
widow ot Henry Ii. Lare. Residence, 438
KraniH ave., Roxborough. Interment Rox
borough Presbyterian churchyard.
LAIJHLIt. On January 2, 1015, GEORGE G.
LAL'BER. Funeral services on Wednesday,
at 2 p. m. precisely, ut tho res'dence of his
nephew, James W. W. Laubu 15(1 West
Luray .it.. Cernmntow n. Interment private.
Laurel Hill Cemetery.
LAYRi:. On December 31. 1914, SARAH E.,
daughter of Albert nnd Hester Layre. Fu
rcral services at 1821 Glnnodo st (18th and
Ridge ave.). on Tuesday, at I p. m. Inter-
,,,L',ik .ti lA.tiiitKiun Lonicicry,
I.EVINSON. BENJAMIN LEVINSON. 1011
Trco st '
LISTER. On Jnnuary 2, 101B, MARGARET,
daughter of William II. H. and the late
Rosannu Lister. Relatives and friends, also
Ladles' Aux. of V. F. Assn., St. John Com.,
No. J, IC. T.i Ladles' Aux. L, B. T. I. T. 1.
A., Pciin of I, O. O. F.. are Invited to attend
the funeral services on Wednesday, at 2
o clock, at her father's residence, 2.15 North
5th st. Interment prlvato at Sit. Vornon. Ro
malns may be viewed Tuesday evening, 7 to
MeAIJAMS. On January 2. 1015. HUGH,
husband ot Mary McAdams. Funeral on
Thursday, at 8:30 a. m from his lato resi
dence 2.143 W. Oxford st. Solemn Requiem
Mass at St. Elizabeth's Church at 10 a. m.
Interment nt Holy Cross Cemetery.
MarDONALD. On January R, 1015. ANGUS
MacDONALI), husband of Mury MacDonald
(neo Brannlgnn). Funeral on Thursday, ut
8 a. m., irom 2508 Christian Bt. Requiem
Mass at St Anthony'n Church at 0:30 a. m.
Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
MANHEHZ. Suddenly, on Jnjxjury l, 1015.
FRANK, husband or Eva Mnnherr. (neo Hotf
mnn). Funeral on Wednesday, at 2 p. m..
from 2007 V. York st. Interment at Green
MARGERUM, On January 2, 10IB, rIDA
BLANCHE, widow of Flllmoro Marserum
nnd daughter of the late Jacob und Parah
Matson. Funeral services on Tuesday, at 2
P. m., nt her late residence, 010 W. Indiana
uve. Interment at Northwood Cemetery.
MARTIN. On, January 2, 1015, DANIEL,
. yn January 2, 1015, DANIEL,
d of Cutiu-ilno Martin. Funeral on
ays 3' ; m.. from 750 N. ilth at.
JUsh Requiem Masi at St. Francis
s Church at 10 a. m. Intorment at
lhA,4lol rAM4 AMae Y
iiueuaim u, i.uu.1'1 1UO .lanin
Old Cathedral Cer.ietoy,
MAYER. On January 4, 1015, MAMIE, wife '
or Louis Mayer (neo Salinger), aged 25 years. I
jtciutivesano menus, also H'Nath Jeshurun
Lodge and Queen Esther Lodge, are Invited
to attend the funeral services, on Thursday
morning at 10:30 o'clock, precisely, at her
lato residence, 2H!S Richmond at. Interment
at Mount Cannel Cemetery. "wrinrni
MrALLlHTER. On January 4, 1015. JOHN
C. MCALLISTER. Due notice of the funeral
will he given.
M.'CORRY. On January I, 1015. JENNIE
K., daughter pf the lato James and Eliza
beth McCorry. Relatives and friends ura In.
vlted to attend tho funeral, on Thursday
morning, at 8;X0 o'clock, from her lata real,
dence, 174 West Master it. Solonin Reaufera
Mass at St. Michael's Church, at 10 o'clock?
Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. "
McKAY, On January s. 1015. William
JACOBS, fcon of Annie and the lato Thomas
James McKay. Funeral on Thursday, at
R- SVl 'ton? ,.h re'l'Ienco of his mother, 1131
B. 2Jd st. Interment at Mount Morlah Ceme.
JIEIKIL Suddenly, on January 2,1015,CARL
EDWARD, son of the late Edward and U'll.
belmlna ifeler, aged 44 years. Funeral it.
vices on 'i-uesday, January 5. at p. ni.. at
tho residence of hii brother-in-law; Samuel
A. White. 3125 W. Cumberland si. Ii, J
ment nt Northwood Cemetry er-
JIOONKY. On January 2. 1013, THOMAS
W . hu.band of Hilda, and son of the lata
Henry ond Husanna Mooney. Funeral OI,
Wednesday, at 10 a, ro from HIT W. Oaki
nalo t. Interment Westminster Cemetery.
.J'i'U'.l'J!1 services on Tuesday, at 8 p. m,
MOOIti:. At the Pennsylvania Hasiiltal. on
January :i. JII13. CYRUS MOORE, of Colum-
""en " 0t th0 tan'1 will &
,M()ltaEY, On .TaSuary 4. 1015.. REBECCA
J:.Mlfvof -William if Morgey.'-' Due fio'tTce
of tho funeral' win b given, from her lata
resldencs, ,1030, Cambridge it. r m
MORRISON. At her residence, 2010 viT36
en January 2. 1015, ELIZABETH rjni.l
and Interment strictly private, "
MO.SBLEY On January It, loin, Mm, ttf
i.r,i, wmow vi tviiiinm Aiorrinn tk'v
hi. iuvficjua. u.icrnt serv iceji 4,91
lato residence. 14 IT N l.ltli at., ori nKVI
day. at 11 a. m. Interment private 2ffll
MUNICILOn January 2, lolti, JohEprf
son of Margaret and iho late Flotl.-,
niit. niauva Atid rrin,i a. i--.:1
nttend the funeral, on Thursday mornivi'
8:30 o'clock, from his mother's i-SiSS"
aires jn. jiroan si. ooicmn Jtequlem iiilfs
tho Church of Our Lady of .Merey VA?'
o'clock nreclselv. lntermnnt nl m. ".Ill
dral Cemetery. ud
PARTRIIH1K. On Jahimry I, lOlCTltnilH
PARTRIDGE, 1n hl 07th yrir, . lii,?SI
and rrienes arc invited to attend th Ti'Tj
pervcr.-on Tuesday, nt 2 p. m Vlsl
residence of liln, son, J. H. I'nrtrYaA1 PO
Chester rosd., Ridley Park. Pa !SL'!J
hrlfain CVi ftrt irM will -- a?.- i1 "11111
lialn from Broad Streot Station, "3
PKRKINPINK On January B.lOlB TtnJrl
BETH W.i wife of the late David I ft iKhI
pine. In her 78th year. The relative
friends of the family are respectrullv ilJP
to attend the funeral services, m W,.rtW
afternoon at 2 o'clock precisely, at ti I,.
dence of her son, -David R. rerkliipln, KL1
Baltimore ave. interment private. trP.
wood IC. of P. ' 0 otm
PFKIfPRIl Hn.Mnnl.. nn t . 'm
WILLIAM.hiisband of the lato Anna r'.J'Sl
Kur.ernl services on Tuesday, nt I n CSMI
his lato residence, 003 n. C carflJir.itl
prorce.i to Franklin Cemetery Vault J.'ll
ment private. Groon Mount Ccmctcrr !al
I'RICi:. On Jnnuary. 3, HUB, ANNAPnisil
Relatives and friends nro Invited iril!cM
IhA riinrrdl ufrVlrMt nn WArinnHj... Y, B"CBI4I
S.' ," i!,'!;k4,nt.,h0 epartinents of oiTreVvl
Balr, 1820 Chestnut st. "Ttr 3
timnf rfi ttlll P.m..... ' vw WI"
"vin rj 44111 ciuLHDIJt
PY'KH. On Jnnuary 2. 1015, HENRY I
of tha lnlo Dnvl.l Pvlin W..Zi, '
Wednesday, at 2 p. m , nt tho anartmJi..fl
SrW' Ea'r- 1& CilC8,nut Bl' S&
HEILLY, On Jnnuary 2. 101B, PATIUptt n
husband of Anna R, Rcllly (nco McDmi1
Funeral on Wednesday, at 8 : m . JiSL'W
jn .iHiiuary- ., iuid, PATIUPtt fl
: Anna n, Rcllly (nco MeDwi1
WodnesJay. at 8 S. mT. frS. vT
ndelBhla, Solemn High Mnss nt at. hiitiiSi
Church at 10 a. m. Interment Holy RSJ
Cemetery. " "W.
KICNNIE. At her residence, B03T Unln.iS
on January 2, 1015. CAROLINM I "tS
widow of Samuel Rennle. Funerat nt
on Tuesday, at 2 p. ni nt tho anirimiSl
of Oliver U. Jlnlr. 180 Chestnut st" 'S,!?.
RIDOWAY. Entered Into rent, nn t .-1
4, 1018. SUSAN It. SHREYU niDQwiv7.
widow of Richard C. RldRivnv. tsm.Ml
Mary's Church. Locust nbovo 30th street 73i
Thursday, January 7, at hnlf.paat 13 o'cLkV
ItonERTS. At Trenton. N. J., on Fi3
Month, Flrst-dav 3d, CHARLES W. Si
of the lato Hugh and Arm Roberts. BerviS!
at the residence of his eon-ln-law, jjh 5?
Claj pooh No. fl West, End ave., Trenton, xl
J., on Pourth-dny. ;th Inet., at 2 p. n'u"
trrment Itlvervlew Cemetery. ft
SAAVYKK On January 1, 101B. KATD l
wife ot Llewellyn A. Savvver, and dauzhtn,'
of the lata Thomas A. nnd rillza H. Oric?
Itelitlvpa and friends nro Invited to ttr5
the funeral services on Tuesday, the 5t itl
rt m nml.nl,, n. I.av I.I. ..-I. r.-?
t. VA.l' rVI .'. v lv iuv ..ucnce, 'IMS
ri. i-in nt. intorment private -at
8C1I.MITT. On January 2, 101B. JOHV w"
husband of Bertha Schmltt (nco Muhlhiucrfi
l-Mneral services on Tuesdnr, nt 2 p. ra Vh
f'?1 ,H.'v,5i 8l". Camden, N.-J. Intermt
Harlelgh Cemetery. 3i
SCHUSTEIL Suddenly, at MnDle Shrl. rl
J., on January 4, 1013, EDWARD SCHt'J.i
THR, Sr husband of tho lato Thtresf
Schunter (nee Kammcr), In his 87th year. A
otiHT. un jnnuary 4, mm, CHAIIHi
IIBNRY SCOTT, very suddenly, at ht. r.H..
dofice. Radnor. Pj. Funeral services at Stt
Martin's church, Radnor, Pa., on WedntM
day, January 0, at 11 a, in. Interment n.s
Off t f mr .. t..ii. t .
ai.i,i,.,i. m tiui iiiikluii. i. ,1,, on .iBnniri
2. 11)15, LEWIS K.. husband of Mary a
Selllck (nco Buck). Funeral from the frM
denco of his eun-ln-law, George l. il
icarn. u vv. i-cnri st., xiurungron, on wtor
ncsday, January 0, ut 2 p. m. Intermtn
Odd Felloivs' Cemetery. -
SHAW On January 2. 1915, CATIIAIHW.;
wua ui rruiin o. onavv nice uarreit;. 111.'
neral on Wednesday, at 7:30'n. in., from 13,
York el., Camden, N. J. High Muss at U
Holy Name Church ut 0 n, m. Interment!
Calvnry Cemetery. . a
SHORTitlDGE. On Jnnuary 3. 1015. $1
PARKER SHORTRIDGE. In the 80th year!
his age. FUnernl services on Tucmlay, the ttil
- Inst., nt 2:30 p. ni at tho Church ot tl)
Redeemer, liryn Mawr, Pn, Klndlyv emltl
flowers. Carriages villi meet the 1 :43 p. mi
trnln frcm Broml.St. Stntlon nt IlaverfonLa
SIIUFPLEnOTTOM. Suddenly, on Janoiffl
2. 11115. FREDERICK, ,on of the late aeor1
fihufflebottom. Fniicrnl on Tuesday. Jannanl
u, nt 2 p. in., from J. 11. Stanser ,t Bro-J
roulilAi.m J'Ull VfonlfAp.) a.n liVn nl,f.rJ 7
Interment East Ceoar Hill Cemetery.
S.MKDLKY. On Flist Month 3d. EDITH,!
daughter of the lata Edward G. and KIIu
bcth S. Smcdley. Relatives and friends art,
invited to attend tne funeral, on 1'Our.tn-oiK
(th Inst., nt 1:45 o'clock, from tho FrlooK
llMlln. II.M.n 'l....1 ... T..n 1l IfllkPf
ment ut Mlddl'etown Friends' Cemetery, 'M
SMITII.On Junuary 2, 1015, CHARLES W
SMITH. Funeral on Wednesday, January V!
at 2 p. m., from 4355 Orlscoin St., Frankforli
Interment St. James' 51. E. Grounds, OlMrtt
SNYDER On January 2, 1015. MARTHAS
widow ot Casper II. Snvder. and dauchtui
or tne taie junu mm Aiartna cnesterman. rij
ncrul ecrviccH on Wednesday, at 2 p. m. priK,
ciseiy, at oo.o vv niton uve. interment
STEHHE On .limlmrv " KIIK. WILLIAll.
nusuanii or tne late Anna steerc, runt,
servieH. on TueadBV. nt 2:30 n. lil. at th.
resldencM of his son, Joseph Steere, WWII,
Wnkct'eld Bt., Germantown, Interment lf
Chellen HIllH Cemetery. 41
STEINHAKT. On Jnnuary 3, 1915 EMMA
('., widow of Robert A. Stelnhart and daug
ter ol lL-nry and Mary Housr.er. Funtnv
on Thursday, nt 7:30 u. m., from 21)27 Nertj
.'Id st. Requiem Mnss at St. Bonifacliu'
Ui.l..i:ii, u. I' n. ill. i.i.ci iiicitb ub ,.c, v.m...
dral Cemetery. 4 !
STOCKTON. At itnnrocah. N. .1.. on rim
Month 2d, 11113, SUSAN K. 8TOCKT0.N,;
daughter of the lute Abraham and Rachel A
Stockton, In her Hist year. Relatives ol
frlenda of tho family aro Invited to attrsa.
tho funerul on Tuesday. First Montn nuij
at 2 o'clock, from her lata resldenco, !Uj
cocas, N. J. Train leaving Market stretU
Phlladelitlila. nt 12:50 n. in. will bo mit it
Masonvlllc. N, J. M
STUARH. On January 2, 1015. MARTHAS
daughter of thu lati- John and EllzatxU)
Stuard. Funeral services, on Wednesday. t,
11 n. in. precisely, ut 214 Bridge St., llpti
ton, Delawaie County, ra. Interment at Ar
llngton Cemetery. .
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TAGGART, husbard of the lute Maria Tl
gart (nee Thompson), Funeral services
Wednesday, nt 2 p. nt.. at 17211 North How;
anl st. Interment at East Cedar Hill Ccm
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ll.ii.unn. un ijuiiuii. it. .uini i,. j
daughter of the lute Jonathan und Ban
Thomas. Relatives and friends are Invited to
attend tho funeral, on Wednesday, the "
insi - j'. in. precisely, jroui iicr uw a
cleneo 1508 Green st. '
TIIOJIPSON. On January 2, lOiB. ROnEBT
A., not) of the late David E. and Sopbi.
Thompson. I'unerni services on Tuesday,
l:::o p. in. precisely, at Schuyler's. Bret'
and Diamond sts. Interment at Monumcc
TOHVKYr On January 3, 1015, JOHN J;
liubU.inu ot Jiargaiet m. torpey inee vvisiu
and son of John J. and Margaret C TorMi
(neo Soward), Funeral on Thursday, Bt
a. m., from 31)14 Pulaski avc. Solemn R(
iiulem Mass ut St, Stephen's Church, at l
a. ni. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery
UDEHMAN. ELIA UDERMAN. 319 SoutS
VALHH On January 2. 1015, JOHN b1;
band of Mary Walsh. Funeral on Thursday.
at 8:30 a in., from 11.115 North FMUP
High Mass nt Ht. Veronica's Church, S
und Tioga ttu., at 10 ,a in. Interment 81
Holy Svpulchre Cemetery. ,.,Yi
AVAItD. On December 31, 1014. SALINA,'
wife of Jamea Ward. Funeral services "
Tuesday. Jnnuurv 5. at 2:30 ii. m.. at flu.
late resuence, 4tnl Lesher at.. FrankWl
WKlll. On December 81 1014. MARY
ivMnW nf tVIIIUm M'slx V.'.,nanl nt, TUM
ilu. itt 1 n. in,, frini he.- granddauglitert
mmrin.B, d.iB. v.uru. riaig, (am iu
Audubon. -N. J.
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ELL1COTT. widow of KIwln L. Woolley ssJ
iiuugmer or tne late my and ItltU ruui
Elllcott. Relatives und.frUnda are Invited t'
attend 111a itinera! services, on wedacsui.
afternoon at 2 o'clock, al hr Intn reatdend
40 North 32d st. Interment private, at Ws
2INNH. pn January 4. 1015. WAITER
son of the late Charles Ii. und Janet Zli
RcUtlve anu friends are Invited Jo utuM
the. funerat service. Wednesday morning, ajl
Mn? !.k' ai th,e. Chapel of Kirk and KnUbg
. ,l s!.a,n ?t" Oermuntown. Interment prfJ
vato. Itemaina may be v lowed Tuesday evJ
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