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EVffiNINO I, EDGE ft PHILADELPHIA, WEDNEHDAY, JANTJABY 18, lfllg.
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A GREAT MYSTIC STORY
Xuiora la left an orphan at an early
uge. Iter father is kitled In a gold mine
he haa discovered. Half an hour after
teaming of the death of her husband Zu
iara't mother, a tight rope walker with a
drew, is aeited with vertigo, falls, and la
Zudora and the fortune from the mine,
which later grows to be worth 110,000,000,
ere left to the guardianship of Frank
Keene, a circus man and the brother of
Xudora's mother. T.udora, giving promise
of great beaut, reaches the age of It.
The uncle, who has set himself up as a
Hindu mystic, and Is known as Hassam
All, decides In his greed that Zudora must
die before she comes inti possession of her
freat fortune so that i mag be left to
tm, tho next of kin, ana he prevails upon
the girl to leave her mo.iey in his hands
three gears longer and to sag nothing to
any one about the fortune, llassam All
tees an obstacle to hta scheme In I'm per
son of John Btorm, a young tatcyer for
whom Zudora has taken a fancy, and he
commands the girl to put the man out of
her mind. Btorm 'comes to ask llassam
Jill for the hand of his niece. .11 first the
crystal gater tell! not listen lo the pro
posal, but Zudora insists that f she can
wot marru Btorm she will marry no one.
'Well, toell." said llassam Ml, "It you
take such a stand I'll compromise. Solve
my next 10 cases and you can marry
him; fall In a slnols case and you must
Zudora, using the knowledge gained
from years of association with her uncle,
unravels a series of baffling mysteries.
A United States submarine and a collier
Belonging to the Btarr .Arm for which
Storm la attorney, are blown up, appar
tntfy through the agency of a ray which
melts metal under water.
EPISODE VII (CONTINUED.)
"TT.VCLE, what do you think of this
U new ray talk?" asked Zudora one
evening-, after reading some editorial
comment upon the half-forgotten sub
ject which had not, however, been for
gotten In the least by her. "Could there
be such a thing;"
"My dear child, these days nothing Is
Impossible. They fly In the air; they
Wtni under water: they speak from ship
to ship without any visible means. A ray
to penetrate steel under water Is not only
possible, but" probablo. I'll wager that
a. hundred men across the world are
trying. to accomplish this."
"And evidently one man has."
"Evidently," agreed Hassam All.
"But why should he blow up Htiips In
our own harbor? Why should he deal
death without Just cause?"
"Ah, these men of true science! What
is the death of a man or-two compared
to the achievement? I dare say that this
man could not resist the Impulse to try
his Infernal ray upon the living. All sci
entists are egotists. Why don't you dig
into It? There's International fame for
any one who solves this."
"What! Pit my forces against the
whole of the secret service?"
"Yes, but you have faculties that not
very human being has. And then you've
something that not even I have."
"And what Is that?"
"Then you think I am lucky Instead of
"Both, my child, in an extraordinary
degree. No one knows that better than
I," with a. smile, which she did not see,
nor would have understood It she had,
Hassam All rose. Ills fingers were Itch
ing to fondle his gold.
Zudora remained In the mystic room
and reread a letter she had received from
Storm that day. The poor boy had lest
his only photograph of her and desired
a. new one. Well, he should have it, and
just as soon aa aha could have it taken.
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BY HAROLD MacGRATH
She sat down beforo the crystal globe.
So her uncle thought slio wnu not only
skilful but lucky? Was he regretting
She stared Into the globe, and presently
a slrango fantasy appeared In Its clear
depths. She saw herself standing upon
the crest of a hill, In silhouette against
the setting sun, gaibcd In (lowing white.
Presently she was Joined by nnothcr
Zudora, dressed In black. Then thy two
Shanes enmo alowlv down the lull In
separate paths, and at tho end of enrh j
path stood a somber Hassam All. The
white Zudora, when she reached Hussam
AH, threw her arms around his neck nml
kissed him. The black Zudora repelled
the seer, her face expressing doubt and
suspicion. The forms faded and dis
appeared. Zuroda rose, troubled In mind.
Sho doubted her uncle; there was no use
In denying the fact; she doubted and
feared him. She had given her word, and
her very loyalty to that word seuled her
lips. She must go on until the end.
Twenty exploits, and her life In her
hand each time! So bo It. And she
sensed that John had his suspicions nlso.
Indeed, he had once been outspoken
She left tho mystic room and passed on
Into the living room, where Hassnm All,
having satisfied tho craving to piny with
his gold sat smoking his pipe and dream
ing. Sho did not disturb him for a time.
The remarkable control this man had
over his features wos one of his greatest
assets. Ills expression at this moment
was of absolute contentment, and yet In
hli mind's eye he saw the mine, this
Klrl's father struggling for breath and
life: he saw the will which made her one
of the greatest heiresses In America; ho
saw his own sinister ends accomplished.
And nil the while Zudora believed -that
some happy recollections had served to
give that face Its benign appearance.
He lowered his pipe as If he had not
beon conscious of her presence.
"What Is it?"
"Do you know of any unusual photog
rapher? I mean, a genius of his kind,
something out or the way."
"Hum! Let me see. There used to be
a chap In 3d street who had some new
tricks, I believe that these were too ex
pensive for tho geneial public. IJesldes
Me, was one of tho&e cranks who sluvo
for an Idea and to whom money Is noth
ing, I've got the name somewhere. When
I come across It I'll let you know."
He gave the name to her the next
morning and Immediately left the house.
He had an Idea; he was always having
Ideas. About half, drier 9 he arrived
downtown, stopped beforo a building,
went Into the corridor, and searched the
wall directory. He found Kal Green, the
eccentric photographer, on the twelfth
floor, lift was about to seek the elevator
when another name caught his attention.
"He!" he murmured. "And I had for
gotten all about the man! Well, the world
moves fast. I believe I can make some
thing out of this little Journey."
He did not stou at the photographer's.
H went on up to the next floor and
knocked at a certain door. A tall, gaunt
Individual opened the door,
"I, my frtend. And so I find you at
"Vou have been looking for me?" dis
tressed, "And not I alone, my friend,"
SIMPSON, THE VILLAGE QUEEN HOW WAS FULLER PROONS
NEW $70Q,000 SCHOOL
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The upper picture shows the progress on the high school building
avenue, Germantown; the lower, the new building at Oxford pike
"Hush! Not so loud! In God's name,
n-t so loud!"
"So wo haven't given up that great Idea,
cli? It Is four years slnco I saw you last.
And you've got It!"
"Yes, yes! I'vo got It! I have dono
what no other man In the world has done.
A levolution In the world 'of science!"
proudly, forgetting his recent terror at
tho sight of this man, llassam All. "To
mo falls tho honor of bringing a world
peace! There will bo no moro war after
' ilut tho colliers and tho submarine,
my old friend, especially tho submartne?"
The Inventor suddenly hid his face In
"Clod knows It was accidental! "I meant
no harm, only I had to test It. I had to!"
"A marvelous Invention!" mused Has
sam All, glancing around the room and
noting tho array of retorts, tho queer
generating machine, the glass side and
top to the room. "We shall become
"Even so, inv friend. Itlch beyond all
dreamt that is, If you obey my will."
"Ah, I know you, Hassam All! It is
some devil's work you want me to do."
"Devil's' or angel's work, you will do It,
or pay tho penalty tho law requires for
tho killing of 10 odd men. In mere caprice.
Take your choice." The voice was not
suave now, but cold and deadly.
"What Is It you wish mo'to do?"
llassam All whispered his directions.
"Death?" said the Inventor, horrified,
"Death. What Is one more?"
"Uut that was experiment; this Is mur
"What you have done is to law one and
the same thing. O, I hate -u, my friend,
I have you. You will oo my will, and In
a very short time, too."
"I will do It under compulsion! Upon
your head be the result."
"Thin laboratory Is directly above
"Wo will cut s small hole through the
celling," suggested Hassam All.
"Quite unnecessary. I can adjust this
ray to any distance up to live miles. I
can pass It through wood and Iron and
burn what I wish the other side. It Is all
a matter of mathematics. I made a mis
calculation, or the submarine would never
have been touched,"
"Show me how the Infernal thing works,
I don't mean the chemical analysis of It.
I mean Just the simple mechanism."
CopyrlfM. 10H. Wlfurold MacGrsth,
BUILDINGS IN COURSE
First-hand Accounts of Land
and Sea Conflicts Told by
the Fighting Soldiers and
t?"1 real tear correspoiirfenls o the
present European struggle are the
men lit the trendies and the men on
the quarter deck. Professional writ
ers are not permitted at the front.
All they know Is what they can glean
from the wounded occupants of am
bulances taken to the rear. The
Evening Ledger will print from time
to time thenlu intlmafe sfde of the
war the reflections of soldiers and
sailors In their letters home. German
letters, when obtainable, as well as
those 0 the Allies, will be printed.
Briton Praises Germnn lied Cross
Letter from Lieutenant Jlose Troup,
Royal West Surrey Iteglment, wounded
and a prisoner at Schloss Celle, Han
over. About H) wounded men from all aorta
of regiments traveled with me on tho
same train as the German wounded. AVo
were very comfortable In a big covered
truck, with straw, on which the badly
wounded could lie. The lied Cross men
were at every station, and gave us coffee
and bread and sometimes an excellent
We traveled all Sunday night and Mon
day, anil on Tuesday afternoon arrived
nt Hanover. AW then went on to Ham'e
lln, the fomous town of the rat-catcher,
where there Is a big camp for prisoners.
Apparently I had been sent along by
an oversight, and should really have
been taken to another place reserved
for officers, so I was sent down Into a
little hospital until I could come over
here, as Celle Is the nearest officers'
The doctor at this hospital was a
civilian, and a most cheerful old chap.
All the English soldiers there loved him.
They were also attended by lied Cross
Sisters, who gave them cigarettes.
On Wednesday I camo on here. This
at High street and Germantown
and Wakeling street, Frankford.
Is ono otytlio castles belonging, I believe,
to the Duke of Cumberland, and It has
thn Hrltlsh Arms over tho gate. I am In
a room with three young University men,
two from Cambridge and ono from Lon
don University. Tlioro Is nlso a young
IliiHslan In tho room.
There arc about 100 prisoners of war
herc--Engllsli (qbout 2.1). Itussian,
French and Belgian. TJtere are generals,
admirals, colonels, captains, etc., hut
they are all In civilian clothes except
myself. I am tho only officer here who
has coino from tho front.
Wo are nllowed to havo oxtra food
sent In from the hotel. So we get along
very .well. Ono of the students lent me
40m. when I got here, so I could get
somo UKdcrclothcs nnd other things, ns
I had only Just what I stood up In, hav
ing loft my haversack and equipment In
Comradeship In the Trenches
Letter from Lleulenant Feneslre,
Si9th French Infantry, to his brother
In the woods, in little straw huts, your
boy and his comrades In nrms are keep
ing guard for their country. Tho Ger
mans are a few hundred yards away, and
occasionally send a shell to show us that
they are still polluting our heloved coun
try by their presence. They are hungry,
we know, for prisoners come crying to
uh to be tnUcu for wunt of food.
Ilut not for long will they bo here,
for Mep by. step, yard by yard, wo are
delivering our soil of tho stains they have
pluced upon It. It la being Washed by
their own blood,
in u short engagement a few nights ago
they attempted an attack about 11 o'cloclf,
and they left COO wounded and dead on
They advanced tipou us In their hun
dreds nnd had no Knowledge that we were
so near and bad placed wire about 30
yards In front of our trenches, which
were very nearly Invisible.
They tripped over this In their moh
rush, and wo had the rarest sport in
shooting them down like rabbits. Had
they been rabbits wo should sooner have
I am happy as It Is possible to be, and
satisfied that I am doing the duty which
my own dear father set me to do. It la
his will and my desire to give myself to
the last drop of my blood If necessary In
delivering our beloved France from this
plague, and Europe, If necessary.
Our English brothers, like us. wish to
be rid of the contamination In the Interests
of all, especially of our loved ones,
TO KNOW THAT CON
EXrOFFIClALS TO APPEAL
Former Atlnntic City Councllmen
Will Tight Sentence.
ATLANTIC. CITV, N. J.. Jan. .-Ap-peats
will bo taken nt onco In tho cases
of former Councllmen John Murtland and
Harry Dougherty, whoso convictions for
conspiracy In the boardwalk concrcto
contracts were nfTlrmett by the Supremo
Court yesterday. Murtland Is confronted
with from one to thrco yenrfi In Jail nml
$1000 flno If tho Court of KrrorB refuses
him a new trial.
NEW YOllK, .Ian, 13, Henry Sellgmnn,
90 yenrs old, a retired banker, who estab
lished the banking firm of Sollgmon ft
tlatcs, wllh branch offices In Philadelphia
anil Chicago, Is dead nt hlfl apartments
nt tho Hotel Florence. Mr. Hcllgninn was
born In Cologne, Germany, In 1821, Ho
cnlnn of a family of Uiinkrrs, who con
trolled the starch Industry In Ormatiy,
With his parents and two brothers ho
settled In this country In 1S39, and soon
nfler established n slnrnh factory nt Ja
maica, I,. I. llo assisted tlrneral Charles
C Dodge In flnnnclng the Cnpe Cod Ship
Canal, which was completed recently, .
EDWIN A. STOBEY
Edwin A. Storey, 76, 4DI!) FnlrmoUlit
avenue, for SO years n proprietor nt a ir
pafr shop for Sansoiii sticct Jewelers nnd
Instrument makers, died suddenly this
morning while working In his shop on
tho third floor of a building nt 7;ii 8nn
soni ntrect. Death wos due to heart dis
ease. Tho body was discovered by Jainen
McAllister, of Media, who had long been
a friend of tho aged machinist and who
enmo this morning lo make a brief cn)l.
Slotcy had reached the ofTlco nt 8:30 ap
parently In good health. Ho was alone
When ho died. Two sons mirvlvo him.
WILLIAM EBNEST DUNCOMBE
HELMSIiEY. England, Jan. 13. Wlltlnm
Ernest Duncombe, Earl of Fcvcrsham,
died today from worry brought on by tho
wnr. He was S3 years old. He was Dep
uty Lieutenant and Justice of tho hence
of tho United Kingdom, and owned ono
of tho largest realties In England, about
39,000 acres In nil. He was born near
Doncnstcr, January IS, 1829. nnd was a
son of tho eighth Earl of Galloway.
YOniC, Pa., Jan. 13.-Jesse M. Wcycr. G8
yeare old, n wealthy bachelor, died sud
denly from apoplexy nt his homo hero
yesterday. Ho Is tho las of his family
nnd his will disposes of public bequests of
17j,000. Zlon nnd Lutheran congregations
get $75,0CO, and the General Lutheran
Synod Hoards. $12,000. while $82,000
bo held In trust for tho erection
municipal hospital In this city 100
MBS. A. W. SMITH-CLABK
BALTIMORE. Jan. I3.-Mrs. Anna
Woodnil Smlth-Clnrk, 72 years old, a
lineal descendant of Thomas Mifflin, first
Governor of Pennsylvania. Is dead at her
home In Ttlvcr Springs, Md. She Is sur
vived by five daughters and one son,
Holph Smith, of Philadelphia.
WII.I.1TS KVANN At Hip Church of Our
Snvlour. on Tuesday, January 11', thp Uev
Itohert Johnson. Ilcclnr, united In matrimony
Al.ICR. ilnilchter of Hip Inlp Kranklln Evans
and MKimiTT N. W1LLITP, of Ml,l,
1,AiMli'57IClt'Ji.ni'il.lt r'lV"ibrane- of
ItACHKf. A. l-MIULKl. wife of Albert
llaversllck, who died January 1.1, mis,
WKIIiXKIt In loving memory of our nnr
l.plncd iiK.rtirr, Mrs. CUSTAV A. wi'iij.
NKIl, born Caroline I.nura Mattlies, who
departed thin lire .lunuary 13. lull. Daugh
ter and kon-ln-law, '
Mil, AND MI1S. KIJOEN KI.KI-;
C013 Clieslnut st,
AONntV. At her parents' residence. 2I0S
llranilywliie at., on January 12. 1UI5, AONKS
o., nifonf James C. Agnow and dauuhter of
Thomuo M. and Catherine Hem. Duo notlco
or thn funeral ullt be chen.
IMIIItV On January is. 1015, EI.lZABr.TH
T., beloved wlfo or Charles A. Uarry. Rela
tives and friends are Invited to attend the
luntral, on Krlday mornlny. nt S:.1o o'clock,
IlV" 'ifJT.,18 ,rf",de",ce- u Walton nvc.
.e?.1 I'hlladPlphla. Solemn nequlem Mass
nt the Church of tho Transfiguration, nt 10
o clock precisely. Interment, Holy Cross.
1IKCK. On January 11. 101S. CHItlSTINA
S.. widow of Jacob ll. Uock. of :l 1 1 1 York
roan. I'-uneral acrvlces on Thuraday at '
P. m., at the parlor of C. Jt. Jlartranrt. 3021
(lermantown ave. Interment prlvato. ai
(IIKOWNK. On January 10. 1013. THOMAS
(nee Desmond). Funeral on Krlday. nt 8 a
in., from am St. Alban'a place: Holomri
Itenulem Mass at St. Anthony's Church nt
a. m. Interment at Holy Cross Ceme-
COLV1.V. On January 12, 1015,
,uun ut UCUIHO AU1V1I1. 1' Unrm Kl),vi
ni'n,,, rty' nt a.p' ?'i ot her 'a'0 realdcnce.
1110(1 Jefferaon ot. Interment prlvato.
CltKACKIt On the Ultli Inst., at Iteadlnr.
1'a., ANNA M wife ot Oeorge U Creaaer
Jr. Helallyea and friends nra Invited tn ut
lend the funeral services, on Wednesday.
January la. at a r.. m from her parent,'
lesldciu'e. at Heading. 1'a. Interment prl-
HAI.V. On January 10 1015, JANE, widow
or Jamea Daly (nee McCann). Funeral on
Thursday, at 6:30 a. in., from thoTeslJenc,
of berAion. lidwnrl Dalv. 2728 Xorth Maic er
?,. 'f.nl.'l '"l"1',"' as at the Churcli of
the Visitation, at lo n. in. precisely, inter
ment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
KIlKHWr.IN. On January 12, 1015, KATE
EUHRWCIN (ijeo Frammggen). wife' of John
, Kberweln. Funeral on IPrlday, nt 2 n m
from her at? residence. .'1071 Janney at. ill"
torment at Northood Cemetery.
r.i lUlAltlir. At his residence, son X
Carllilo at., on January 11, 11115, AXDn
A., iiuananu or Agnes B. Eckhardt.
notice of the funeral will be given.
KDIIV On January 11, 1015, JCATHErtlNH
EDDY, wife of the late' Henry C. Eddy. Itel.
Atlvea and friends are Invited lo attend thn
funeral services on Friday afternoon, nt s.mj
o'clock, at tna aparlmenla of Oliver H, Balr.
1120 Chestnut si, Interment at Woodlands
VVIIIkVI f t
on January 10, 1018,
an.ia,., winiwor John Ehrlerfnta Dahm).
runerai on inursasy. at 7aQ a, m.. from
2121 North 5th st. "lle-ulem Mas. T "at "f?.
lionlfaclu.' Church, at 0 a. m. Interment at
Most Holy Hedeemer Cemetery,
EVANS. ELBANOIl EVANS. 025 South
GIIEKN. JOHN QREEN, S33 South Camae
TRAFFIC HAD MADE
uuii. on January 11. Jets ,a
Jlt;tS. son of thsVs ttobirj I$m
.Hue, of I'ottttown, J. iinVJ!
isy. from the. res Idenre of hil '.," 1
M. Alice nehltrwrcilSoM V'tfa
ave. ami CDuntr Line. Ardmore A i
HAMILTON On .Isniiary 1 ,,ll
lilNtt. willow nf ll, i:fl ffi.J'tH !
H. U nt the residence or h U?"S.
.ur? Hammon, KinniotTta,!B fflS
I',. Iieljved hllSlMnrt nr m1iLWXCi
Msthehioii). Itelstlres nnd rriends Ivrj
V27 of 8rflsfiqi.are M'rSsAW
I.Odpn, No. 200, I. O, O P, Hfii
vltrd to attend funeral S'rle?s;OTk,ti
fit 2 to. m.. Hi Ihn rMnM. '.SITriafrt
Isw. William I,. Hushnell, tn mS1
ntrrment private, t dr ifflM
IIOAII, On Jsnunry 10, 1015. Pfii?
MAfltn, .IniiKliirr of John i anViAJ
Henr inco Kmam. ptmrMl Anl
M tn.. ffnm IT rl. (.,..... '1 i'rirti
thnny'n Clinrch nt (V30 a, m, intjj&f
"J i. niv nt ani.i tvdar at. Intf,'2.
vale, nt llVeemvood IK. or r.) c'SSffil
mrv II, Itil.V JOHN w 'llSllBfluilHM
llinern mi TliurxUv. at I nWH
the M. 15. Church, lltnrkwoo, frr,"W
. p. in. Interment at nincltwood ''itty
ju;iin Oil .intiiinry 10, inin. LOUIitiKl
Imtiil of Klliel nnd pen of Uenrn sift it:?!
-jntilo Kern (np Ilpftupr) Funeral inAW
fathrr, atoruo Kern, 8r 2111 Nwih SJ
in, hi - ii. in.i rrnni inn ri.i...:
KNII1IIT. On .Inntmrv 11. IniK mIVSHB
widow of Jnmps KnlRht... Itinera! nTrSM
ni a ii. in., rrom tun ie iirntn nfhUSPt
Inw. Alberlus llpwlll, lnnn Vaffc ItanSJSl
cnnwlen. N. J. Interment OTlvi".rnl5Sil
.MAUVII.U On .Innunry 12, WIS, WlLtTifl
ll., iiii-nnnii oc nmc ll. .Manllt, n,in
nml rrlonils nrn Invlt'd lo ntten,! til H"t
iPrUCPS. nn rrlriay afternoon, at 2'2
nt Ms late residence, lf)2i Rnrinrelv?
Irept. Intennpnt nrlvnlp. -r "
Sftr "JTITIA MON8K. UC.tffl
I'lUI'urt RuddPntv. nn January ll ilfl
(IIX)HUr. I IMOtl'Eit, Due notlcVVsil
tiprnl will h Rlvpn. "" cMfiJ
ItOHKitTH. On Jnnuary 11. 1818. ETjns
ilfliUFhro. nt lha lain Tn1.M r '-if1!
late 'John C. anniS?
il from the resMpne, m2
If. Iloberla, 1123 Einffi
;. at 2 p. tn. InJem Jg
brother. Charles 1
!., on Tnuisnay, at 2 p, in,
SAI.I.Allv. On January 10, 1010 ichu
SALLAUV. husbnnd of Itose BaliirrVS1
McCahe). Funirnl nn Thursday. iiTtf?.
in., from 822(1 N. 2Stli st. Solemn ll5 3,-1
of Ueniiein ot Churcli of Moit K1
Itlond of Our Lord nt 10 a. m, btSnSSi
llnlv rross epmcterv. em
SHArFKIt, On January 11. 1815 Jar??
widow of Bnmuel Hhnffer. Funeral on Iria
nesdav, nt H p. m nt ini Cartarn tL.rJZj
lien. N. J. Also sprvlees nt PreabrUaVJ
church. Dlackwooil. N. J., on ThnndiKnr I
11 n. in. Interment nt Preabvfprlan rL.M
SIII'.K, On January 10, 101(5. ELEAN'Onlj
wife of the late John T, Shee, apd ;j ,..,J
nnintlx-ps and friends aro Invlteil in ,h..1
the funernl services on Thursday, il s,j,S
. i.mm l.l. ali1na D.ln... r.Z -
ni iivi , .o... i.iiiu,, utiin.
County, Ia. Intennpn'i private. Trilni nt
Iirnnil Rtiect S'ntlnn inr Prlmoa tt I n ,
Slfl'ATII. At nurllngton; N. J on Jlk'
unry iv. ii.. juuh wir.on.u, son of ni
lato I'hllllli F. nnd Allco J. Sllpath. runi
iroill Ilia mi" luBiuuiin-, ut, ingn l.,1iJ,
ii..!... nn P)iittMi1n' .lannnrv II a, . i
lniermeiit private. iSml
" nldnw ofv'o'Pph Blsoni. Funeral serrleeia
Tl'tinidny. tit, 2 n. m.. from sinr HrMt a
Frniiltfnrd. Interment fp,nr Hill rnrtn?l.
SNII)i:it On January 10. 1015, WILLlM
I,., husband or Slnry E. Snldpr bin Kwtf
Funernl on Thursday, nt 7:.10 a. m..fttl
2T0O oxford st. nign oiasi at the Cbnt
, i,n Mia, T'rpe niia Illnoil or Our I-aH'-,
a m. lntrrmpnt nt Holy Cross CemHoiii
SI'AltKS. Suddenly, on January II. ltSI
I.AHHA A. SI'AltKS inco Watson), L'
Hparks. runernl on ThnnciTJ
at "M n,
in., ironi ntr iuit. rcsiafnuVsn
Cnmden. N. J Interment S"
X. 2.1 St..
Camden ('emetcry. . ,
IVlllllUlll. '-"' """"1 .' " , "'". WI-I4H
J riauglitPr of tho lato llcnjamln and Un
ti ii.nH llnlflllvpH nnd friends are InHiMi.
.. ...... r ,MH.,nw ,1 lnm lum.i
nttPiid the funeral sprvlees, on Wediwtifl
.,i.M,vi,i t 2 o'clock nieelselv. at 5llt i l
l.'.ih t Interment prliale at lit .Raft
Cemetery. . ltttm ,.. M
VAt.SII. lanuary 11. 10 HI. MAItT, .HT
or John ivnisii iinirrai on Jiiuriaii.'M
ii in., rrom anm Mnln at.. Chestnut KM
Solemn llniiileni Mas" ttt Our Mother of ffcjj
sola! Ion Church, at 10 n. m. IntfrmtBtij
St Anthony's CrmetcrV, Amhlcr. 1'a, -ism
tVI.IIt. un .innunry in. iimii, aiAlluar.il
A., daughter or tho Into Alcxand t anil Hit
iinli U. Weir. Funeral strvl"ea on fryii
nt 2 p. ni. precisely, at 0712 Hides irj
lloxborougn. iiucrmcr.i pruaie, ixrennFi
ti'ii.i.lAMM. On .Tnniiary 12. 1B15.
ilINIA TltlMMnn. wlfo of Waller lUtta
Kelativea Tim irienua are invne.l lo si
the funeral serviccn.1 on Hatumay ann
n, " o'clock, nt her Into residence. 703 l
ciw street, Mt. Airy. Interment prlrttiil
iVfiirrillNflTOX At Trenton JunetlAo.
J., .lanunry 11. WIS, MIltA ATI.EB, wist)
nt lir Anthnnv II. Wnrthlneton. rtmMr
aprviipM. at the- residence of her stiter His
aiIpp. Trenton Jiincllon. N. J., on . TbnndiM
nt I p. m. Interment Lancaster, l''S(S
I'-rlday. nt 2:.'n) p. in. . Sat
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Rllttntlnna wanted. thrPA Inser- 'Set
tlons In a week 10o rw"
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Ono Insertion .... ? ffiK
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l aiiniu lines io, uiu lutn,
Dl'ATII NOTICES-cllher paper
in llnesnne time
Tliree Insertions. ,.. ,..,.,
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h1 Add four cents per line net to rsl figi
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LBIKHift WITHOUT ADDIIIOM;
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will aocept r .rr want ads at oltlca i
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u inv not unair ma in ,is, v""J7.h.,i
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A STUDY OFIT?
IKKIAltTH On .tnmmrv 11. 1ai ...l
,it,iy , r(,-n Lprnpiprv,
v.. huabnnd nf llnnnnli M. ilMSrWi.
i.'rnwrenl), Itelallvrs am Weno. EMMS
M nttcn.l th funeral rcVvIr tl ri, "& '