Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, January 07, 1915, Night Extra, Image 1

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CorttroiiT, lots, it tbi Peiuo Lzcoix Commot.
20,000 BOW HEADS
$30,000,000 LOAN
fGod Has Foreordained
iThat Sinners Shall Go
to Hell," He Cries to
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Fiery bvangelist in 'ihar
$ actcristic Sermon on
f-Faith" Stirs Big After
noon Audience.
kku-A l.ntf rnr,nrr!nll1fd that VOII Cn to
IjC vrou I'10 ..-- -
twii yu oon l )""" " -
rdalned that you go to Heaven if you
to" shouted "Billy" Sunday this nfter
kcon (o more than ,000 men and women
wjiq had crowded Into the tabernacle to
liear Wm preach. He was preaching on
'Faith." and ho made It plain that In his
itlfef there uere a- great many of the
ehimSh members who did not have falt,h
enough and did not pray enough to as
sure them success In communication with
the Almighty.
t The wiry evangelist reached the taber
Bade shortly before 2 o'clock. It was
VltK difficulty that ho made his wny
througji the great ctowd that had as
sembled nround the ministers' entrance
In the hope of catching a glimpse of lilin
s he and "Ma" Sunday left their auto
mobile and went Into the structure.
Like a champion prize fighter, fit to go
half a dozen rounds as Sunday says he
always Is "Billy" Jumped up the steps
Cf the platform whllo Prof. Homer
Vi', Rodeheaer was leading the congre
latlon In singing somo of the Inspiring
revival selections.
, As ho stepped to the pulpit his face
was radiant. Looking down upon the
tea of upturned faces, he became almost
Jubilant and spoke to himself:
lrhi Is a great bunch."
Ttieii, while ho stood and gazed around
him, lie asked God's help during the after
noon In one- of Mb characteristic silent
jrfyer. -
jtSIay;applaudeiI as Mr. Sunday stepped
forward to make announcements, and
Ih'rouchout his sermon tho audience an-
fpjluded, laughed, cheeied and bowed
.thtlf heads as hepoured hlB red-ho
sentences imp n. ivs usual, mere were
Bany out-of-town visitors present. The
Majority of the audience was composed
cf women.
Throughout his sermon he lurnned
'around the platform, now Imitating some
, solemn deacon, now mlmlcklng.some hlgh
jalarled singer, and again acting the part
ectho sin-covered peoplo he discussed.
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WH. how do you like this spring tern-
Wratyre? By shutting one's eyes and
Gulag a little Imagination It Is almost
IJOJslble lo believe that summe'r is dodg
U?t right around tho corner somewhere,
jjjw birds certainly feel that way at least,
jgjaays the unassuming commuter, who
fwinea In five minutes late every morning
find it am rot ihn .T..v miiFi .t V.I.. .iin.ii .
pBjjihe weatherman la not worried at all.
L-.'ETery winter has Its warm snots." ho
Iff- W kav warm spots In our heart,
if ue.
KJiut not for this winter.
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IfotV and colder tonight and Friday,
0hA Umptrainr war freezing Fn
g2f morning; fresh to strong west
Briy vtinds.
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Sutulaygvams From
Afternoon Sermon
Ood has forcordatnetl that vou no
to heaven If joit ropenl. Ue has
foreordained that you go to hell if
yon don't; so do your own voting.
The church of Ood today ought to
nana Its head in shame and disgrace
to think that there is so little faith
In Ood.
The biggest farce of the average
church is the piayer meeting.
Every age has got to tccatt Its
vocabulary to preach the Gospel to
the people. t preach the
Qospcl In the language of today.
Lots of prayers arc rigmarole.
You have not Ood In your mind
when you pray.
If you go to Ood icllhout faith
you insult Him Instead of honoring
Don't ever swell tfp with pride
and think that your intellectual de
velopment is sucli that you can un
derstand everything there Is in the
Without faith there is no love.
Without faith the family goes to
Former President Will Wind
Up Busy Day With Talk
of "Old Times'
Yale Alumni.
Foimeprresldont William Howard Tart
becamo tho gucqt of tho Ohio Society In,
this city ftoday. A delegation of wem'
bem of the society, 'headed by JolfnB.
Qensomer and C. L. Bundy, met Mr. Taft
at Broad stiflet Station on his nrrlvnt
at noon today. '
The party proceeded to the H(jtet
Attclphla, where a reception was held.'
E. O. Aloslcr, president of tho society,
presided at a luncheon, at which Mr.
Tsft spoke. Following tho luncheon Mr.
Taft paid visits to the University Club
and the Union League.
There will be a dinner at. the Adelphla,
after which Mr. Taft will deliver a leo
turo In Horticultural Hall, under the
auspices of tho University Extension So
ciety. Tho title will be "Executive Powdr,
Duty and Responsibility."
After tho lecture Mr. Taft will meet
tho members of the Vale Alumni Asso
ciation and talk over "old times" with
former classmates.
The Yale Alumni Association of Phila
delphia has an anged a smoker In honor
of ex-President Tnft for this evening at
tho University Club. .The smoker will
commence at 8:13 o'clock, with a selection
of lantern slides of various views around
the university, Including pictures of dif
ferent athletics events. Mr, Taft Is ex
pected to arrive about 9 o'clock and will
say a few words to his fellow alumnlsts,
after which there will be an Informal sup
per and singing by various members of
ths association. It Is expected there will
be narge attendance on hand, as this
Is tho first opportunity the members of
tho association have hail to meet Mr.
Taft since he was present at the annual
dinner of the association during his term
as President.
Then thero will bo a supper at. the
Adelphla at 10 o'clock, when Mr.' Taft
will make a third, address,
For Railroad Extension, Distributing
Systems and Dredging.
WASHINGTON', Jan. 7.-Lbera appro
priation for Improvements to various navy
jards. Including fuel oil storage arrange
ments, are contained in the naval appro
priation bill, partly completed by the
House Naval Affairs Committee today.
Among the Items In the bill are:
Extension of railroad and distributing
systems and dredging, Philadelphia Navy
Yard. J55.CQO. m ,
Krectlon of marine barracks. Mara
Island, imooo.
Krectlon of marine barracks, Norfolk,
Va KM0.W0.
Naval hospital. New York, three con
inrlniM disease units. $15,000.
B -tension of wharf, naval training sta
tion, Ban Fropcuco, TW.
Police Search for foreign Criminals
pifTHmmGH. Jan. ' 7. JTollowIne
threats by alleged "blackhanders" that
they would burn aown in town tvn
klnsburg unless the police ceased their
war upon bands of foreign criminals, flra
started In that suburb today, and when
reported under control at 19 o'clock It
had caused a loss of JWftvm Two per
sons were overcome by smoke and sev.
era! women on upper floors of one pf the
office buildings destroyed were rescued
with difficulty. mL
The fire started shortly after Policeman
Don Snyder was shot by three suppose
yesgmen whom he attempted to arrest
But Australia Exports Must Bo Car
riod Jn BriUfh Ships,
WASHINGTON, Jan. f.-T& State. p-
nwet w informed, today that tho
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tjSiLt States o ibat tt wee!
JrtJupea in BUttsfc vis.
William Howard Taft reached
scheduled for one speech at a
and a third before Yale Alumni.
Powerful Machinery at
Work in Washington Pre
vents Exposure of "Slush
Representative Palmer Says Sa
loon Men Contributed $300,
000 to Senators Campaign.
trsou ode siAtr conncsro.NDENT 1
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7. The most
powerful machinery In the country the
liquor party, with Its arms reaching Into
both parties Is now being exerted to
prevent an Investigation by the Senate
into the campaign expenses for tho
United States Senato from Pennsylvania
and Illinois. Tho activity of the liqupr
men Is becoming more apparent overy
day, and It Is the belief of those who
know Its power that It will throttle an
Investigation Into tho money expendod
by Senator Penrose and tha liquor men
In the primary and subsequent campaigns.
The reason for the opposition of the
liquor element Is that If this Investiga
tion Is started It will Involve the liquor
Interests of the country In the greatest
scandal and expose its operations In dif
ferent States In the Union.
Appreciating the strength of the liquor
party, Representative A, Mitchell Palmer
said today ho was not confident that the
Investigation demanded by him would bo
sanctioned by the Senate Committee of
Elections and Privileges, of which Sen
ator Kern, the majority leader of the
Senate, Is the chairman. Ho said ho bad
presented to the committee enough evl'
dence to warrant the Inquiry and had
done his duty. It now rests with the
Democrats Senate to complete the ex
pose for which Mr, Palmer has laid the,
"I have the affidavits of many liquor
dealff u In Pennsylvania t-the effect that
tha liquor men were heavily assessed In
the last campaign." said Mr. Palmer.
"Some of these men left the secret jneeU
Ingi, refused to contribute to the 'slush'
fund and are now willing to tell what
was done by the liquor men o corrupt,
tho primary and election last fall lq
In Carbon County the saloonkeepers
were assessed (30, while In West Fhlladel.
phla. the assessment In some instances
was -ISO, and In others It reached as hfgh
as flOO. Tha evidence In the handaot
the Democrats Involves many leading
liquor men In Pennsylvania It Is pro
posed to summon them before the commit
tee and require them, uqder oath to testify
to their contributions and the uses for
which the money was. raised.
Mr. Palmer furnished the committee
with a long list of men who have knowl
edge of the transactions of the liquor as
sociation of Pennsylvania.
"How much do you think -waa raised,
Dy me iiquvr uTaiers oi cnnsYivanjar
he waa asked.
"If they rild in all counties what tbey
did In those J have personal knowledge
of, Use amount wouUI reach f300,000," he
"Waa ,t sn f the Uo,iw money
u( U ewt (aembwrs of the legislature,
aii j ni
. fi rinded m Xwh.
the city today at noon as the cuest of the Ohio Society. He was
luncheon, another before, the University Extension Society at night,
General Pau's Columns
Advance Close to Al
satian Railway Centre,
and Paris Momentarily
Awaits News of
The French advance into Alsace
has reached a point only Z'i miles
from Altkirch, and Paris believes that
the capture, of that important rail
way centre is now but a question of
hours. Nevertheless, the forward
movement, the official communique
issued this afternoon admits, has
slowed up because of the heavy rains
that have turned the Alsatian roads
into quagmires.
The French claim progress at
Lille and farther north in the region
of Dixmude, but on the other hand,
Berlin reports that French attacks at
Courte Chausse, in the Argonne, have
been repulsed with heavy loss.
Jn Flanders and along the Aisne
the fighting has been confined al
most entirely to artillery conflicts..
Possession of Mlawa, on the East
Prussian frontier, is the objective of
a sudden Russian offensive in North
Poland. Already Rozrowa, an en
trenched German position PH the
road from Przasnysr to Mlawa, has
been captured by a brilliant bayonet
charge and penetration into the
enetny's country at Sojdau must fol
low 'Russian victory in the great bat
tle which is developing.
German official repprts speak
slightingly of the Russian forward
movement west of Warsaw, calling'
this a "feeling out" movement of
minor significance. The same reports
deny marked Russian su,'c:s9 in Ga
licla and Hungary, where, Tqwever,
Petrograd is emphatic In its state
ments of progress,
Turkish forces have occupied Uru
miah, a Persian city on Lake Uru
Pan's Troops Capture. Forest 2$
HHes From Imporjast Position.
PARIS, Jan. 7
Dflving forwad In Altac. tU French
troops, though operating unfler weather
coBdltlsnj lilgfely unfAvoraWe. are sow
Cqtteittdwt us fate lout
Many Breaches of Interna
tional Law Charged
Against Invaders in Offi
cial Report of Commission.
I'AIUS. Jan. 7.
"No wur between civilized nations tins
over been characterized by such savagery
and ferocity as our tmplncnble enemy
has shown on our soil. Pillage, muuler,
rapu anil fir are common practices of
our enemy."
This Is tho gist of a Ions otllclal report
made to Premier Vlvlanl today by a
commission nppolnted to Inquire Into
breaches yf International law by the Ger
mans. The report dwells nt considerable
length upon the attitude of the Gcrmnn
soldiers toward French vvomen, and It is
charged that many women Ilvlns in
French territory held by the Invaders
have Buffered at the hands of the ICalsei's
"Tho outrages against young girls aie
unbelievable," enva tho report, "and are
of great frequency. Wo hava authenti
cated a large number of such cases, but
these are only a email fraction, ns most
of the vlctlmu are preventod by modesty
from coming forward nml exposing the
Inhuman treatment to which they liavo
been subjected. Few of such outrages
would have occurred If (he German chiefs
had taken the trouble to warn their
troops against rapt. Although they may
be considered Individual, spontaneous
acts of unfettered brutes, the German
high commanders must accept full re
sponsibility before humanly for the de
struction of villages by Are and for many
cases of murder."
Lackawanna Itoad Buying 20,000
Tons Prom Three Companies.
NEW YORK. Jan. 7. The Delaware.
Lackawanna and Western Railroad are
'said to have divided orders for iO.0'0 tons
of steel rals between the Pennsylvania,
Lackawanna and Bethlehem steel com
panies. Southern Hallway's New Terminal
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Jan. 7-Finlay
Yard, the new gravity classification yard
and engine terminal of the Southern Rail
way, Just north of Birmingham, contain
Jng 39 miles of track with a capasity of
2000 oars, has Just been placed In service
Railroad Shops Beopened
bile and Ohio shops here resumed opera
tions today. They were closed November
6. The men wflt be put to work grad
ually until the entire force Is at work.
Specifications in Finished Products
Increase 50 Per Cent.
PITTSBURGH, Jan. 7 -According to
several managers, specifications tor oon
tracta for finished steel products during
the last four weeks exceed those- re
ceived in the previous period of similar
length by at least, U per ceat
Tbi UraaU uppeaie. to be emecJaUy
trut with refereoLe to plate, shapes and
iaJ bars, demand for which bas bun
heavy fee last two wk
Chronologic Review
of Transit Situation
October 37, 19t necessity of
high-speed transit pointed out by
.'vlwato Lfwanii.
October 91. Dullness men In
every section urge Director Taylor
to addresi them on transit situation.
November A People vote for ap
propriation of SiOO.000 for relocation
of sctccrs in transit loop, as part if
Sit 00,000 loan.
November J2 Event business or
ganization In i'Mniiefphla Indorses
WEXlNa LVDODIVS fight for
rapid transit and urges mass
meetings. November 10 Director Taylor, by
request, begins tour of city and ad
dresses meetings in every section.
Xovetnbcr S3Itesolutton intro
duced in Councils to appropriate
fiOO.000 voted by people.
December 3 Common Councilman
CosieHo (ntrotftice.i ordinance rccom
tnrndlna Franhford "L" alone.
December S Every member of
Councils, with the exception of
three, indorse Taylor plan and con
demn Costello plan.
January 7, Hits Bill introduced in
Councils providing for a special elec
tion that the people may vote to In
crease tha city's indebtedness to the
amount of S30.000.000 fir the pur
pose of establishing, purchasing,
leasing, locating, constructing,
equipping and Improvino transit fa
cilities, wholly or in part.
Tonight residents of the northeast
will celebrate this victory tvith a
tnnis-mceting, details of which ap
pear elsewhere In the EVENING
Neutrality forbids Investiga
tion of Charge Against Al
lies, Bryan. Notifies Count
von BernstorfF.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7r-Charges 1y the
German Government that United States
manufacturers were supplying" 'dumdum
bullets to Qreat Britain will not be In'.
vcstlgated by this Government, secre
tary Bfyan today formally notified Count
von Bernstorff, the German Ambassador,
that the United States, adhering to Its
policy of complete neutrality, could not
uudortako an Investigation Into tho ques
tion. Tho Ambassador, on behalf of tho Ber
lin Government, twice submitted written
protests ami alleged samples of tho bul
lets picked up on the battlefields, of Eu
rope. It waa charged the missiles wero
tired from tho British trenches.
President Wilson, Bryan stated In hla
note, will ubo his Influence to prevent,
as far as possible, the sato of dumdum
bullets or othor objectionable ammuni
tion to belligerent countries whenever
evidence can be lirpught that American
manufacturers Intend selling such am
munition. In tho note to the German Govern
ment was included the substance of "vol
untary" replies from American arms and
ammunition manufacturers denying em
phatically tha charges brought by the
German Government thnt they had sold
dumdums to the British.
"I can assure 'your excellency," said
Bryan's note, "that I nm not unmindful
of the spirit In which you bring to the at
tention of this department the Improper
practices which aro alleged to hava oc
curred In the conduct of the present
war. But while this Government may
take these statements and charges under
consideration, It is. In Its effort to main
tain strict neutrality In the present con
flict, obliged to refrain from investigat
ing their truhtfulness or making any
comment lit regard to them, The time
will come, however, when the truth may
be Impartially determined and when the
Judgment of the world will be passed
upon the charges of the various belliger
ents of violations of civilized warfare,
"Your Excellency also states that tha
British Government has ordered from tho,
Winchester Repeating Arms Company
20,000 riot guns and M,000,000 buckshot
cartridges for Use In such guns. This
department saw a published statement of
the Winchester Company, the correctness
of which the company has, confirmed to
tha Department by telegraph. In this
statement the company categorically de
nies that It has received an order for
such guns and cartridges from, or made
any sales of such materials to, the Brit
ish Government, or to any other Govern
ment engaged In the present -war
"Your Excellency further calls attention
to 'Information, the accuracy of -which Is
not to be doubted,' that 8,000.000 cartridges
fitted with mushroom bullets have been
delivered since October of this year by
the Union Metalllo Cartridge Company
for the armament of tha English army
"In reply I have the honor to refer to
the letter of December 10, 1914, of the
Remington Anns-Union Metallic, Cart
ridge Company, of New York. It states
tl-nt Instead of the 8,000,000 cartridges
having beep sold, only a little over ltf.OuQ
soft-nosed bullets were manufactured and
100,000 were sold. These cartridges were
made to supply a demand for ft better
sporting; cartridge with a soft nose bul
let, and the letter states that such cart
ridges cannot be used In the military
rifles of any Foreign Power Of th.eso
only SCO cartridges went to British North
Amrlca and 100 to British East Africa.
"If. lipwever. you can furnish the de
partment with evidence that this or any
other company are manufacturing and
selling for the use of the contending
armies In Europe cartridges whose use
would contravene The Hague conven
tions, the Government would be glad
to be furnished with the evidence, and
the President direct; ma to Inform yo'j
that n case any American company is
Bhown to b engaged in thl Ufttftc, he
wilt use !U Influence to prevent o far
aa BGitW sale of such aniLUnRuH to
the Pow4f gagd jB the MmnHmjr Wan
without rgard of whetber It U the duty
of 1W awwrameni upon legal or um
vntiwml grovB&t to tke such anttetu"
Connelly, Who Led in
Opposing High Speed,
Gives in, Introducing
Bills in Councils.
Submits to Vote of the Pco
pie Plan to Increase Debt.
Evening Ledger Hastened
The peoplo have won their fight for
real rapid transit. Two ordlances pro
viding for a vote. of tho pcopl6 on an
Increased Indebtedness of $30,000,000 or
new transit facilities wero Introduced" In
Councils by John 1. Connelly, chairman
of the Flnanco Committee, this afternoon.
Heretofore Connelly has been foremost
In tho ranliB of tho forces opposing tho
plans of Transit Director A. Merrltt Tay
lor for reat rapid transit, aurfnee, sub
way and elevated, In Philadelphia.
Blnco tho Evenino LnDann was found
ed, September 14, 1014. less than four
months ago, It has fought Incessantly for
the creation of n new rapid transit sys
tem In this city.
Through Its columns the vital Impor
tance of the rapid transit Issuo has been
put boforo the public with a. -wealth of
detail for the llrst tlmo sltico tho plans
wero conceived. Tho opposition capitu
lated today.
Thoso who fought against tho compre
henslve plans of Director Taylor admitted
today thnt their fruition was Inevitable,
that It was utterly impossible for any
man or body of men to deny tho citizens
of Philadelphia the facilities for nettjuff
from point to point swiftly that have been
created by other cltios. -,
"Tho estimated cost of the lines recom
mended for Immediate construction Is
?IB,000,000," said Director Taylor this after
noon, '-but it would be unwise to autiior
Izo an Increase In tho city's Indebtedness
to that amount for the purposes of Iran.
sit development nt the present tlmd.
"The remaining necessary Increase )n
the city's Indebtedness wjilcli Hvlll.tio re
quired to complete tho facilities can to
rfodlly authorized at a general election
In the futlrre
Jubilation Instead of protest vlllileiltturt.
ruling spirit at tho big mass-iitCetlrig; tt
be hela In tho Academy of -Musjo the
night of January 14. Plans for th('rn?tt,
Ing are going on as though tha hardest
part of the transit victory had not been
Instead of organizing ctty-wlde action
to force the bills through Councils, as
had been planned, thoso behind the fight
for rapid transit wilt utilize the meeting;
to drive home the fact that the question
now Is virtually up to the citizens
A special election will be called at a
date to be decided on. At this Phlladel
phlans will be asked whether they Want
adequate transit facilities or1 continuation
Indefinitely of the present long, tiresome
rides, trolley cars Jammed to the doors
and long waits for cars.
A special election Is provided lor In
one oi the ordinances. The other sig
nifies tho desire of the city authorities
'to Increase the debt of the municipality
by flO.000,000 "for the purpose of estab
lishing, purchasing, leasing, locating, con
structing, equipping and Improving
transit facilities, wholly or In part, oi
for apy one or more of them, and tho
jMe nnd operation of tho same within
the corporate limits of tho city of Phila
delphia arid within the limits of atV
Jaccnt cities, boroughs or townships."
Tho Mayor Is authorized In the othef
ordinance to give notice of sucl election
by publlo .advertising. By tho wprdlup
of tho titles to tho ordinances as quoted
above, it will be seen that there Is- (o
Concluded on I'age Xtro
Suit Under Sherman iayr Believed.
A completed report of the Investigation
of the business affairs of the United Gas
Improvement Company It waa learned to
day ftom Washington had been made to
Attorney General Gregory by the antN
trust bureau of the Department of Jus
tlce. The report covers a period at two
years and shows the gradual Increase of
tho corporation's Influence, as well as ita
alleged absorption of various subsidiaries
Assistant Attorney General Todd said
the department was not prepared for
court proceedings at this time. That some
step will be taken shortly by the depart
ment was evident. If prpcsedlnffl at.
begun against the United Gas Improve
ment Company they will be brought In
the Philadelphia Federal Court, under the
Sherman anti-trust law
avH"? 1" the Byenlng Leilter ot ireortet
ta the "Loat and Found Bure.u ' t edgu
CnU?l wlU be llttu) fur Q dart. TtwreTjks
can ah t ua rtbe Mala 6ftlc. Jih w
CbMinut sU. .Lest and Kouotf' Mll
wtnts can. l lttt t ay of tr. drug tott
receiving, Ltfr adt or can b tSSftamSt
dlrrctly to L4fr Contra! Call VrMnut
Main 30OO.
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maU cold omu 2tia
waUl), thre Initial 14 on the bait to
ward II rnurnea 1 jwi wtuuitw
iSst A wallet, -oontalninr money auJ W trip
Mlcltet BUBiUy, January 3. betMfM tlUi aim
CbUa ve n.a Sth B4 mb art, jue
UwBmrt John J Uood Co., 1BJI At-H
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uoocb and lUrw diamond riots teew
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