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IMIII.ADKLlMirA, Tl KSDAY, JANl'AKY 12, I!) LI.
Pit ICE ON'E CENT
r r ).!! , mj',
I rt ,rr ' omi i
Russians Decisively j
Checked in Invasion,;
Kaiser's Assaults Win,
Plock on Vistula Ger- j
man Columns Effect!
Junction in Poland. !
French Throw Back Enemy's j
Assaults and Gain Morel
Ground at Soissons, But
Admit Loss of Position in
Argonne, Where Invaders.
Are Developing New Of- j
fensivc Against Verdun. ;
A Budapest disputih reports Mint the
Russians have received u decisive cheek '
In their attempts to Invnde Hungary
nd nro retiring from the liuUlu Pass, i
German forces have seized Plock, an j
Important industrial city on Mie Via
tula, ES miles northwest ot Warsuw, ac- I
cording- to n Warsaw report transmit- j
ted to Potrogrud. Tho town was liudly
battered In n heavy lioinbanlment he- j
toe tho GennanH entered, Petrogrnd, J
though not acknowledging Uio capture,
U3 Issued u. statement to tile effect
thit possession of Plock is not deemed ,
essential to the course of tho campaign,
fcut its position on the upper Vistula
li apparently of strategic value. .
The Kaiser's army driving from
llliwa from the northwest on Warsaw
Is declared to have effected a junction I
tilth other flciman forces south of tho j
Vistula. No locution Is given, hut tho
indication Is that tho Junction occurred j
In tho Plock region
Petrograd chronicles success in '
trench fighting west of Warsaw, a Ocr-
Ban repulse, near Sklornlewlec, and j
progress In the Carpathian campaign, j
French troops liavo repulsed the
German attempt to rerapturo trenches
Borth of Soissons and have made a
light advance in that region, accord
ing to an ofllclal statement issued in
Paris this afternoon. Tho statement,
however, admits that tho Hermans
have gained a foothold within the
Trench lines at Beausejour, midway
between Itheima and Verdun, at
which point the Kaiser lo believed to
be aiming a new drive with the pur
pose of encircling tho Verdun de
fenses. The completo absence of official nows
recording further gnius in upper Alsace
Is causing alarm in Paris. Notwith
V Yma o
V ) Ift ;ar.- v
1 1 C JTS .--w j
It Is not good form to ho a bromide.
'ti'ther than that, li is llkoly to be bor
'"l. But there are occasions when to
J't tho obvious is a great relief. So
t.i,Ihjr ls nn,hlnK the matter with the
iach)lphla cllmato if you think of each
y by Itself, but it Is tho sudden chanea
wit works such havoo with one's health."
Ji We reel b,,tter. But apeakins of
r. it makes us think of a certain lion
U never rained hut ho roared!
For Philadelphia and vicinity
n, fossibly turning to sow, and
mtly colder tonight; Wednesday
m and colder; high northeast and
, For details, eeajwge S,
Observations at Phlladslphla
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tamps toBe LJghted
" na oth.r ,hclM S:Up.m.
u CHESTNUT OTRBflT Wtr4HP
P'ttVatVr 0.10 p. in-
er tomorrow O.ISu. ui.
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r tomorrow .' 2U a in.
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"r tomorrmv . . . C.01 a m
standing the explanation Hint heavy '
."now falls ttnvn Interfered Willi opera
tions it Is rented Hint Uenrrfll Pith's
iffphshn hn- been '.inltctl by the fresh
tumps the Germani have riiiihr-tl to Mint
U'-rllti reports the repulse nf ntiniher I
French attack lit CcNliiy t rtennhelml. I
ill I'pprr AKh'p. !
GERMANS CAPTURE PLOCK;
JOIN FORCES NEAR VISTULA
1 Enter After Bombardment Itns
P.iitly Destroyed City
I'LTItmiUAIi. .Inn I.'
I 'lock. ;, miles nut ill. nnrthwei of
, Warsaw, on Mm Vistula. I.i repotted In n
' dlxpntch fmm Warsaw In hnve hen
captured by liermtin tionps after putt
of the town had been tlestloverl.
'I'bi' tSoim.ins advancing toward Novo
rtenmievsk from the north and lmtth
west me pulit to have elleeteii ft jtimtlnn
with those operating nualtist Warsaw
south of the Vistula.
No oillrtal Information n to the 1o.
"f Pinch by the Kusslntts lins been given
out lieio, lint It Mils stilted at the War
OlnVe todav Hint the possesion of I'lneU
wiih not essential to the successful ims
lim' of the tuslnn iitmp.iluti In t'ohuid.
CRUISER BREMEN HITS MINE
Germnn Warship, Damaged, Tnkeu
IM-rrntMirtAD. ,lnn. K 'I'lie tinman,
cruiser Hreinen hn arrived al VI!1hmh- I
haven, the fleimnli naval lme on the
Not Hi r-'en, in n badly il-imngrd condi
tion ns the result of mining In rontn. t
with 11 mine, nicnicllng to Infoi niation .
received liy the Russian Admit nit v tn.:n.
'Hie Hretnen la n prntei ted er'tisej of
"Ji tons ii ltd Is cnptible or making -'. -,
knots mi hour. She irm laid down 111 I
line niiil completed !." months Inter She
rallies 297 men, jiciotdlng to the naval
KARLSRUHE REPORTED SUNK
AFTER DEFEATING F0E"S SHIP
British Cruiser Last Victim of Fam
ous Haider, Panama Hears.
PANAMA. .Inn. l.
IJcpnrts are rut rent here that the Her
tnnti cruiser Karsrulie hntt been sunk after
destroying n P.ritlsh cruiser In the Carib
The r ports are said to have been re.
teivd by wireless finiti a merchant -hip.
No confirmation has been received
KAISER MASSES BIG GUNS
AND MEN ON COAST LINES
Infantry Flghtlnpr in North Centres
nt St. Georges.
PA i! IS, .Inn. 12.
fSerloits fighting Is leported In progress
at St. c'.eorges. In Itelulum. but elsewhere t
along the lln.-s hi the north a lieitvy
storm lins prevented Infimlrv altsi'ks.
IUpntehes from irollainl say the Ger
mans are making determined efforts to
itrenuthen their const lilies. The mouiit
Iiik of addltlntiNl heavy cutis nt Zeeliruggn
and other positions on the sea Itt nccepicd
as n purely defensive measure, but fresh
troops are being massed there to larje
rniictiided en I'uce I'nur
'BOB' GUINNESS SHOT
BY FRIEND OF POLICE,
'NOT A POLICEMAN'
Poolroom Proprietor, Prob
ably Fatal ly Wounded,
Refuses to "Squeal" on
Foe in "Sporting World."
riobett i"Hubbv") fimntiess. ell known
about town and proprietor of a poolroom
and sporting men's resort at 12 South
;uh street, lies in Hahnemann Hospital
wounded, pmbably fatally, Willi a bullet
in bis side. ll reiiises to "squeal" on
the mail w ho shut him. i
fluiuiicsH say that n man connected
with the Police Department was his ns
tailaiu and even indicates that thin as
sailant wus either mi offlrer of high rank
or a man in the councils of high officials
in the department.
With a remarkable display of nervo ho
carried th bullet in his body for hours,
even attending a theatre performance,
before collapsing un 12th street near
Mai lid al 4:M o'clock this morning. Po
licemeii Wiedei'tnan and Sperber, of the
11th and Winter streets station, who sow
him staggering ulong the street, ran to
his assistance and caught him as he. fell.
His shirt and coat were soaked with
blood, but the overcoat showed no bullet
niark. No weapon wag near.
While wailing for an ambulance, tho
policemen u nest toned Uulimoss, At first
lie made ligtit of the matter, saying that
lie had been accidentally injured with a
billiard cue and that the injury did not
amount to imi'h. Kven while unable to
regain tils feet he told the policemen,
with a great show of composure, that lie
was waiting for n ear. He stuck to tho
story of n slight injury from a cuo until
physicians at tho hospital began feelins
for tho bullet.
Finally admitting that ho had been shot,
anil not by hU own hand, he refused to
tell who hud wounded him.
"This Is a private matter," ho muttered,
"and I'll deal out the law myself when I
get well." When told by physicians that
his luns was perforated and that he had
little chsneo for recovery, he repeated
that he would get justice for himself.
"1 was shot by a. person closely con
uected With the police department, und It
wasn't a policeman, either," he said.
This statement was made to Magistrate
noouey, of the Uth and Locust streets
station, who visited the wounded man in
the hospital to obtain bis untemortem
dultweas became angry when ques
tioned further and refused to talk, ex
cept to ety the shooting occurred "oui
gid pf tho Mb police district." In an
effort to inftke I'hu revoal how he was
hot. the police called In some fileuds
of the nuti, but be would give them uu
Information Fhe men are Michael Con
nelly, lh an1 Walnut streets; Samuel
Cohen, 10t! Noitb Camac men, a id ilor
rix Seluinaii. IK.'.t South Sib tit The
nijjhl deik "f u iiearlx hot. I h.ii.l that
he siW ljuioiie-- ou'1 '- fl fl ' " ' iod
l into a ! " ' '" 'r,,t' l"'i"- a
touifi to !lnd thct Hi'U,
VSllIiKS WHO IIASDLK CROWDS AT THK Sl'NDAY TAJ3KHNACLK
' - w ' ' J? jl t
Lett to ripjit II Hnrtmnn. Charles I.. McCoindle. J. S. Armstrong.
H. S. Spears. Baker, hc.id usher; J. Simintne.ton, G. Schlichter and
II. S. Kuth. i'heits is the difficult task of providing scats for the
thousands who cjcIi d.iy bchicuc the tabernacle. There arc few hnrdct
worked persons on duty there.
HOPE OF DEMOCRATS
INN, J. LEGISLATURE
Declare $50,000 Would Be
Saved Yearly by Centrali
zation of Departments.
New Jobs Provided.
TltKNTiiN. Jan. 12. Senator Walter K.
Kilge, ol Atlantic I'otintv, and ArSeitilily
m.in Arthur M. Agnew, o: Keigeu, are to
have full charge of taumhing the admin- I
Isttattoti's "eeoiioniv anil elllcteiic.v" bills.
This was determined at the last or the
weekly conferences held hv the Heuio-
ermlc leadeis bet ore o.g.uil.atlon of t!ic
I.eglslatuie today. j
In bis message rend todaj itovernor
I-'lelder piactically demands passage of I
the "iconomy and efflciencj " bills In I
piefrieiice to nil other legislation. Jf Ills j
reipiest is granted, he will have some j
choice offices h, nil, with terms running
far beyond that or bin own. These of
lino t'omnilssfoiter of Shell Fisheries, for
a term of Diree .enis, at n ralnn of $2tW0 j
oil" t'ontmlssloiier of Health, for a term
of Ave years, at a salary or S700O aiiniinlly.
- roinmissloner of I'onsorvation and i
Development, for n term of five venrs, at
a sal u v i.f $7000 annually.
President of the Board of Taxes and
Asci's-inent, at a salary of $.JKK) annually.
Four members of the Board of Taxes
and Asi-etsment, at ft salary of fSOrt annu
ally. One Commissioner of Commerce and
C'nnehtiled on Pace Two
WILSON DENIES ALLUSION
TO SECOND TERM IN SPEECH
President Itefuses, However, to
Comment on His 1010 Plans.
WASHINGTON. .Inn I:'. President Wil
son todn.v told callers that he did not
have a leiinniinatioii In mind when he
spoke In hli Indianapolis uddtess of op
portunit.v the voters mnv have to pass
upon his .Mexican policy.
He denied specifically that thoughts of
running again for the Presidency were lit
his mliul at the time, nut ho dirt Intend
to create the impression that the Demo
cratic pnrtv would stand by big Mexican
policies at the next election, he suld.
The president was asked direct!?!
whether he intend. d lo he a candidate
for reiiomlnalion In Ifl'I. He leellned to
comment on the siihiccr
15-INCH SNOWFALL OVER
NIGHT SWAMPS ALT00NA
Business Paralysed and Trolloy
Al.TClfiNA. l'a.. Jan. I". -When Al
toonans awoke this morning tboj found
that during the night l' Inches of snow
bod fallen, thn greatest snow of the win
der. Burmei's was puralyued. Trolley
schedules neie abandoned and lialniticn
told to do the beat they could under the
circumstances. Suburban lines to Holll
daysbuig. Uellwood and Tyrone wero
completely snowbound, with little pros
pect of getting them open before late
The sii"W lias aUo interfered with traf.
fie over the Main Line of the Pennsyl
vania Itallrottd, but not very .erlouly as
yet. However, should high winds spring
up and the snow be drifted, tho trainmen
will have a difficult time of It. Additional
motive power will bo provided on all
trains and the freight tonnage and num
ber of cars win bo reduced to prevent
XANE TIIiD "UP BY SNOW
BftUronas Get Out Plows ta Clear
Wny for Traffic.
KANE.Ta., Jan. 12. The heaviest snow
fall in this section in jears has fallen
In the last eight hours. Tlie snow meas.
ures frorn 10 to U inches In depth and.
with the snow still faliliig, much trouble
is expected b the ralltuads. Tho Penn
sylvania and Ualtlmore and Ohio Hull
roads have put ail available snowplovvs
in operation lit some places on the Kune
ami Kits Bailroad snow has dtified to a
depth of 3D inches, and a large number
of men oie at worB tr lug tu keep the
Aviators Fall Jato Sea
MANILA. Jan. U. Two foited States
aviators had nariovv escapes from death
today while living over Corregidor
Islaiiil. The Imiiopljiie piloted b Lieu
tenant lleiheii A Haiue fell Into the
tea flooi a lieilil of 175 fi I and lie ail'l
Mi wst'i.d loitjurui Uoiid, weie
KEPT ON SIZE
OF BREAD LOAF
Chief Virclin, ol Weights
and Measures Bureau,
Will Require Bakers lo
Maintain Pound Weight.
The ll'hcat Situation
as (ions timer Sees J I
llnrrclrtl flour hnx pmir In $".?..
Thin is mi inrwasc ol lj cent
Vomit In fnlloicnl bu nil increase
in mii); of thr rnnirr rctnil stores.
yrir hill ill Crmjrcis threatens
cxfiorlrii it'll h loil snitrnti:
A Ion o lirrnd must tmuh " "
I'liirt Vlrriln. of Ihr flurrini of
"W'rijihts anil Mriisnrrn, nlll prose
ciilf nffrnrlliifi hal:rrs.
H.rportrrs shippril nmrr than in,,
OflH.non hn.ihrls o n-lirnl Inst wrrh.
Millers sou slump in nhrnl mar
krl irlll not readjust prices or
Xo Immediate relief in slfjhi.
Brokers attribute their troubles to
war demands and speculators.
r.mbnrtio and individual cold feet
prrrlpltatcd yesterday's slump in
Ilrolcers and economists recom
mend corn bread as more succulent
and healthful than icheat bread.
All bakeshurs, large and small, will be
kept under surveillance by the county au
thorities, ns soon as the promised in
cronso in the ( ost of bread takes place,
;u cording to John Virilln. head of the
County Commissioners' Bureau of
Weights and Measure, when he was
nrkeri today if his department had the
power to enforce the putind-ioat law. Mr.
Virdili said in paJ't:
This Is n splendid Idea. The poor con
sumers of bread should be protected and
the exportation of wheat should be
stopped. I believe in chnttty. but char
itv begins at home. The entire Influ
ence and energies of this department
l!l be used to insure to the consumers
of bread a full pound for their monev.
We will get after the bakers as soon
as the cost of bread goes up and the
dailv output of every Imkeshop In this
city will he Inspected for short loaves.
I regret that we cannot regulate the price
ourselves, beenuse, if we could, the spec
ulator who have stored away enormous
.inutilities of wheat and flour would not
be able to run the prices up as they are
doing. It seems to me that everything
U going up and the dealers say it is on
account of Ihe war. Kven the pHco of
fish has gone up In the last few das.
What'a the war got to do with that?"
LOAF MIST WIUtlH A pucnd.
The law which compels a legal loaf of
bread to weigh a pound Is an ancient
statute that has been u, thorn In the sides
of generations nf bakers for US years.
II was passed In 1737, and though it has
been attacked times innumerable, it still
stands, vindicated by successive Legisla
tures and upheld by many court de
cisions, the last having been uttered in
1901. The statute says in port:
"All loaf broad made for sale in this
Commonwealth shall be eold by the
pound avoirdupois." The Courts say
that this means a pound loaf, no less.
For a time Mr. Vlrdln was under tho
impression that this old law was an
nulled by the new law of lDns affecting
weights and measures, and giving the de-
Cnnrluded on rage Tna
Conoressmen have ta listen a lot
and promise uuthlnu- Vuclcnvuod is
called upon, by more people devoted
ta more trifles than any other mau
in C'onun-ss. but he has a iraj xvlth
Mm, and does Champ Clark, onlu
it's a different iray. itann's ivau is
different, too. In his happiest vein,
E. Y. Townspiul
member ol Congiess and euteitain
iug writer, lias some interesting
ania ta tell about the multilariaus
requests, protests and advice that
our legislators at Washington re
ceive, 'tlieu wnlce an illuminating
ailiclr. ii huh it ill appear lomonow
on Ihe ediloitol patje of Ihe
N. J. ASSEMBLY
IS ORGANIZED BY
! THE REPUBLICANS
Indications Point lo Purpose
i to Undo Democratic Lcg
' islation Governor's Mes
sage Well Received.
; TltKNTo.V, .Ian tj - From the wic be
I ginning of the oiunnlKiitioii of ihe lllSt'.i
Legislature here todtiv It was manlfes'
, that ninny things done by the Democratic
majority in the last two v ears are to be
1 undone by the present IScpuhlican lioliso
Senator Pierce, of t'nlnn. ftrpiibicau.
this afternoon Introduced the same grade
crossing elimination measure which Gov
ernor Wilson vetued In a stnrm of pro
test from the people of tile upper part
of the Stale. Pierce also put In his In
determinate franchise net, which th
Demnriiiis did not like when Wilson tvas
in the chair.
Court' s.v to the Indies was one of the
first considerations, when Mrs. Alexander
F. Jameson, of Lawrniirevlllc, president
of the State body of women against suf
frage for the sex. and Mrs. Clara Vnzlii,
of Kllzahoth, chairman of the State Kx
ecutive Committee of the antis. were
promised a hearing of Statewide Import
ance on January 25 next, on a resolution
to allow women to vote. The local
option lull of the Anti-Saloon League,
which provides for local option on the
county unit, was also allow oil to go In on
tho opening day. The economy and efii
clency bills wero also Introduced.
GOVJSn.VOirS MKSSAflK APPLAUDED.
The message of the Governor praising
the economy nnd efficiency commission
bills, consolidating State departments and
cutting down expenditures, was received
by the members of hoth Houses with ap
plause, when his message was rend. That
the Chief Executive did not commit him
self to any of the plans was considered
tight and proper.
The members also seemed to like iht
portion of the message in which he de
clared himself unalterably opposed lo l
ing UP the money the State will lecelvr
from the abandonment of the Morns
C'ina! ami allowing the A ppropi unions
Committee properly to dispense it for
State institutional work and for employ
ment In endeavors to lighten the taxes of
tha people with Stale aid, like road
That portion of tho Governor's mes
sage where he said he was oppose .1 to
tax assessors longer being elected, and
urged that they be appointed nfler civ I
service examination and to work under
rules of the State Board of Kuualizalion
of Taxes in proper valuing of assess
ments, was considered a step In ad
vance. OJlGAMiVr!ON' OF LKOISLATL'ltK.
The organization of the two brandies
of Ihe Legislature was effected without
noteworthy incident in tho presence of
large audiences, the presence of women
in the spectators' seats giving an aspect
of brightness that contrasted pleasantly
with tho dismal weather conditions.
There was an abundant floral display in
both Senate and House. Senator Walter
E. Kdse, of Atlantic, was chosen presi
dent of the Senate, and Carlton Godfrey,
.-Iso of Atlantic, was made Speaker of
the House. Upton 8. Jeffreys, of Cam
den, was elected Clerk of tho House.
A protest against the seating of Arthur
M. Agnevv, Edgar A- PeYou and John J.
Johnson, the three Bergen County Demo
cratic Assemblymen, was offered by
Judge lUinyon, who is the Republican
majority leader. Jt camo in the form of
u, resolution asking that their seats be
declared vacant oa tho ground that they
were not elected properly, and was re
ferred to the Committee on Elections, a
llcpublican committee which will icport
The resolution recited that there were
COO Democratic votes excluded in Itergen
County In the reccount between Archi
bald 31. Hart and John D. Prince for
Congress, and. therefore, the exclusion
of these ballots fur the Congressmen
should be for the Assembb man. too. thus
defeating the Pcmucrutie Itepresentu
lives In the lower house and giving the
majority to the Bepubltcan three who are
contesting the seats. It is believed that
the Republican Klectlon Committee will
not unseat the Bergen Democrats, as the
protest was not offered until after they
had been sworn Into office as Assembly
men and alo huause ilie Itepublicans
are not anttuub o stni a piiiisjn
light especlallv as " inw u laige
wortklug major i v and w.i'i no fights
1 wnhm then tires.
SUNDAY ONCE MORE
HITS AT HYPOCRITES
ON CHURCH ROLLS
un i v ,vf ; t v I
ic? h ;;;;.' im t v
0 ;n it nt ft sM' ' jinvjri atert- j
lit'is in '.'I I hit i U i
;? in Mi suuilii'i nrlrlirssrd cm.
pinna of the Inhn II. .st t'oill
li'iny. ' p. n -'J nhri nnelr semee. .Mr.
Snndaii will ilrhrtr his set man,
"I'leaiislni the 'lent pie."
.1 p. in. .1i.M Oiutv Mo.tr will hold
In i- first aenerdt Hlblc class, mid H'ltl
me intl ructions on "How to t'sv
the llible in Huul-Wlnnitiij" the
7 '" p. mi Tabernacle service.
'Ihe iibiect of Mr. Hundnn's sermon
ii ill be "Storing t'citniii llcliefs."
A limber ,if sernitini pi'Citt'hrtt hit
Mr, Siindtiji simc Jnnuriiy .1. . 1"
,V it in bcr tit am atons to be
preai lied be fare flic end of Ihe
i oinptilgn 101
ATI ;: i . '.'.
Sppinximiitr urn ml Intnl... Jmi.'irtfl
lr iiijr (dnilui W.litiO
rcratie tin Sumnits. .. . M .titfO
A umber nf p ismts " Im ' Hit
Ihe Irnil" tm 'lul mil foe
ton i rrls 1 .1 )'
Ctil.l.l.r I lti s
llinntt lulitt ,.",.' ;,."!(!
.1 vctapc dniln i,INt.02
Averntje contribution from
i in li person .0.1
HOUSE IN ALL-DAY
Women Throng Galleries lo
Hear Arguments for and
Against Amendment lo
WASHINGTON Jan. l:. Without a
rol! call, the House todav adopted by n
,-olc nf 'jiv.i to ",1 thn special rule which
reunited a six-hour debate and tlnnl vote
On the Mondell woman suffrage resolu
tion lcfore adjournment tonight.
Tho r solution, which provides for an
aim mlnieiit to the Constitution of the
I'nltcil States, giving women the ballot,
will reach a vote probably at 8 o'clock
tonight. Women who are leaders in both
tho s iffiago and anti-suffrage associa
tions of the country thronged the gal
leries of the House to witness what many
believe will prove to be tho last attempt
to make suffrage a national rather than
a State Issue.
The vote is not indlcatix'e of the line-up
on the suffrage issue Itself. Scores of
members who are opposed to the Mondell
resolution voted for the special rule to
give it a privileged status, "to settle the
question once and for all.
I Hut the suffragists In the galleries
! greeted the vote as a positive victory In
I that, In compelling the House of liepre-
entntlves to devote an entire day to a
! debate and roll call on suffrage they had
! accomplished what they had failed lo ac
j compllhh In 10 .vears of agitation.
! STATK ISSL'K. SAYS UNDKUWOOD.
! When Representative Henry reported
I the suftrage rule, ihe House decided to
I vote on It at the expltation of one hour
j and a half of discussion. It also ngteed
I ( inirliidril on Vase Two
; chasTedwarFervin !
married secretly !
UPSTATE ON DEC. 10 i
, Mrs. Harold Ellis Yarnall,
, of Edgemoul, Informed by j
I Letter of Son's Wedding!
i a i wiiKes-parre.
Mr. and Mrs. lUrold K. Yartwll, of
Philadelphia, announce the marriage
of their son. Charles Edward Krvin,
to Miss llorth a Bachman. daughter uf
Mr. and Mrs. John Hachman, of
Hsjleton. Pa., at the Memorial Pres
byterian Church, Wilkes-Harre, Pa.,
December 10, lflH, llev. Dr. A. J.
Mr- Ervln was employed by the Le
high Coal and Navigation Company
tn liaxieton, where be met Mite
Recently Mr. Brvln left for the,
West where he has made nw bul
Behind this announcement, made today,
lies a romance which be-an In the heart
of the coat region of Pennsylvania.
Two days after the marriage, Chatles
Edward Uilpln Krvtii, :1 yeais old, a
llarvaid student and the son of the late
Spencer Krvin. who IB years ago was a
pi eminent banker in Philadelphia, and
his bride were aboard a train for the
West. They avrlved in Chicago recently.
Young Jirvin is the son of Mts. Harold
Kllte Yarnall. who resides in fjdgemotit
and is piominent in Main Line society.
Although the marriage took place a
month ago. only a lev friends of soung
Krvin in this city knew aboutit.
For the last eight months, Brvin had
been employed as a surveyor by the l.e-
t high Valley Coal and Navigation Cotn-
lunv ,il ilKo.-ll.it re. lor two month-,
he welled in Hie I'll of dtfctellt , i,.
in a. a U4ll he brusrtU t-huuldei s vvith
Cuniludcd en l'ase l'wo
"Holy Spirit Will Not
Live Near Li m burger
Cheese And Moral
Filll.," He Shouts in
Evangelist Addresses Big
Afternoon Audience in
Tabernacle After Advis
ing 5500 Stetson Workers
Not lo Be Idlers.
Alt c.iiiie,it (.en for the old-tune le
llgion was made by Hilly Siinduv in a
pounding, thumping. Jumplnc. pcisplnns
set mon in Ihe tabernacle, l'jth anil Vine
streptK, this afternoon. He was ptenrh
lug on "Cleansing the Temple." ,m,l no,
since he came to Philadelphia hns he so
severely criticised hypocritical chinch
Contra I y to expectations there was a
monster crowd in attendance it had
len thought by some that tin rain,
which hud been descending from early
In the morning, would eaue the at
tendance to be less than usual in the
afternoon. However, every one present
socnied to think that every one else
would remain away today for this icison.
and beciuise of this belief .vent lo the
tabernacle expecting to get a good scat
I .arte delegations of men, unable to
work nt their out-of-doors ocuipatlnns
because of the ralu, went to the tabor
n.u !e, their dinner palls In hand, and
vvlille waiting for the meeting tu start ate
SUNDAY IX FINK l-'OiiM.
Hilly Sunday wns In excellent spirits,
after his day of rest at Atlantic City nnd
Chelsea. His voice seemed much im
proved over what It was nt the close
of the three big meetings on Sunday
night. He wns vigorous und. without a
falter, he hammered his sermon on hy
pocrisy Into the minds of his auditor
with Ids fists rattling down upon tho
pulpit nnd his athletic body whirling and
svvavlng and racing over the platform.
"You can put n library on eveiv enrner
nnd let. every church member ! a col
lege graduate mid that will never save
you from hell." he .veiled. "You need the
old-time religion. You don't need more
culture or money, but n Hood tl.lt- of re
demption. You can have your cluns, lit
erary societies, but that will never save
Never has Hilly preached more In
earnest. The great tidal wave of con
verts that flowed forward and engulted
Mr. Sunday and Ills assistant at the.
platform, following the two Invitations on
Sunday, seemed to enthuse him to extra
vigor. He had never seen un.v thing like
it. Ills eyes and his words showed it this
"Do you suppose God wants to ..olt
through eyes red with the dissipation of
the night spent In debauchery?' Hilly
howled at the attentive listeners. "Ho you
suppose Clod wants to work with hands
that are lifting a beer glass one moment,
a deck of cards or a dirty novel the next?
Do jou suppose God wants to use f.et
that can walk into a booze joint or a
house of Ill-fame one night and into a
church on the next? Don't jou know
that your body Is the temple of the n,.y
Spirit and you have the right to keep
a STinniNa appeal.'
The Holy Spirit will not live among
timburger cheese, Anhuser-lluch or
Pabst. It will not swim in tobacco juicg
up to its eyes. You have a right to Keep
oiir body clean."
It was a stirring appeal for the men
ami women to live the kind of lives the
professed, and many of the audience shed
tears during some of his saddest stories
of t i.e dangers of hell for those who vvc.e
hypocrites, and of the miserable lives m
Mine for those who follow the hlghvvav
of sin and sham, and disgrace God and
Among the most Important woi k
Ponrhided on Vase Two
12 HURT IN COLLISION
Motor Duaes Crash find One Person
WILKKS-HAHP.B, Pa., Jan 13-Twe.'-persons
were injured In a head-on n.l
llsion of motor 'buses here today. Miss
Jessie Hooper may not recover.
The diners lost control of their ma
chines on the slippery pavements.
CAR STRIKE CALLED OFF
WUkes-Barre Lnbor Trouble Adjust
ed by Iiabor Department.
WASHINGTON. Jan .-The Wllfces
Harre, Pa., street car strike, ordered on
December 31 last, has been Hilled off.
Secretary of Labor Wilson today was
advised by his agents fent to adjust tho
They went to Wllkes-Harre on January
j and succeeded in effecting a com' mmtse
between the companies and their em
ployes, according to the report.
I.QST AND FOUND
AH. -lost axb roi'Ni" Aimcua
.dvrtlti in Ihe Evenlug LeJgcr ur M riel
tu tlie "Uwi and Fout.d llurcuu" at 1 i.tn
I .titral will be listed for SO du T, se U'
isn also t seen at the SJln offue .ih an i
i"liemt t- "Lost and Found" auinn,
meuis iB be left ut any ol the dru, ior, -(n-il'ing
Lidger -!. m con te uhphor.cJ
ULreUb. t LeJser Ceuirsl. Call Walnut vr
Cr'HTW'ATE -l.ost qr stolen, certificate of
tick. Ko- US, SM0 shares Panama Mining
Co., Issued " ii'" Ilobaa & l'o le Mplf
ution b been nd for pew certificate
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