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EVENING LEDGER PBH.AfiflLP'HJA', THURSDAY. dTAyiTABY 18. flOlB.
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OFF PALM IN 1914
Output of Four Plants
One-Third of Total Ton
nage Constructed in Entire
Th Dataware River's claim to the title
X "The Clyils of America" was lncon
troTertlbty established In 10H, when cn8
third of the total tonnage of ships built
in the United States was constructed on
Its banks. The New York Shipbuilding
Company tunica out more vessels than
mjr other yard In the country. Cramp's
w fifth, the American Car and foundry
Company, of Wilmington, ninth, nnd tho
Harlan and Ilolllngsworth Corporation
Twenty-six shipyards of tho country
turned out during tho year a total of 1E6
TselS. of 270,962 tons. Of this number
&V of 93,167 tons, were constructed on tho
Cramp'h had tho honor of turning out
two of the largest passenger and freight
teamshlps ever built on tho Delaware
the Great Northern and tho Northern
Pacific. These vessels were also tho fast
est vessels built -for tho merchant service
Uurt year. They are for tho Paclflo coast
service and are equipped with triple
River In 1914 follow
on tho Delaware
TOB NEW JORK SHIPBUILDING COM
PANY. CAMDEN N. J
gklshoma Battleship U S Gov 17 IOO 240(10
JMcasqn Destroyer. U. 8 Gov . 1 mo IT TOO
Quniht-01l tanker. PortArthur 5.150 2 '.CO
Qulfstream Oil truiker, P. Arthur 6,1in 2 BOO
Mayor Gaynor Ferry. Now Tork 1,11.1 1 1)00
'225 ,'T'-Oar floats. N York. 4 800
.T?.1:XN.ln! Vels or 44.905 tons and enslnos
I 48.450 I. h. D,
HK WILLIAM CRAMP A SONS COMPANY,
fBrlen Destroyer, tl. S. Gov ... l.O'O IS 000
Hlcholeon Destroyer. U. S. Gov.. 1 n'o IS mm
Wlnslow Destroyer. U. S. Gov... 1 0.50 11 000
p. NrrUirrn .1-ea. turbine. Astorli H 2Vi 25 (HO
Not. Pacific n-ic. turbine. Aatorli 8 235 25 000
enry.. naKierwi,-.. car lorry
2.6IW 2 BOO
Total Six vessels of
550 tons and. 100 300
American car, and foundry
tant, wilmington. del.
Charles McNeill Tub New Tork PO
Chief Harbor lance. New York R7"
i vessels Sea bse . WtlmliiRton n.77
f vessels Car ferries. Now York 'I 'iOO
S vessels Dump scows. N York 2 750
Total sixteen vessels or 10 401 tons
HARLAN HOLLINGSWORTH CORTORA-
Stands Hanlfr Coaster. S Frnn. 2,7x
Delaware Ferry, Comdcn N, J . 807
Jlanover Pnddle Madlsonvilte . 4iit
Weehawken Ferrv. Now lork. 1.020
Commonwealth Elcator. Phlla . 2'W
Him va.aala ,,icltin nnlvl . .
Total FUe vessels of 5J52 tons and enetiies
f 4SJ0 1. It. n.
The foregoing list does not Include
Elinor craft built In small ards.
WOMAN ON NEWARK BOARD
CMy's Executive Keeps Pre-election
Pledge in Nomination.
NEWARK, N. J, Jan. 14 Beatrice
Wlnser, assistant librarian of the Newark
tr library, has been named to a vacancy
on the Board of Education, by Mayor
Raymond, in conformity with a pledge ho
ins.de to the women of tho city previous
to his election.
Mayor Raymond has atsoiamed two
vroraen to the Board of Health, but their
nominations were turned down by Com
mon Council. The Mayor says he will
send In the names of other women and
teres council to act.
1018 SAX00N3 ABOLISHED
Saw Tork law- Has Closed That
Number Since 1010.
JLLBANY, N. T., Jan. l.-One thou
sand and eighteen saloons have gone out
f business In New York State since 1910,
when the ratio law, permitting one saloon
to every 750 persons, was adopted. This
foot la brought out in the annual report
of Excise Commissioner Farley.
There was 24,391 hotels and saloons In
the State at the time the measure became
operative, or a bar to every 373 persons:
The present rate Is one bar to 423 per
sons, and 117,466,615 -nas received from
liquor licenses last year.
RAPS PAID COACHES
Xr. Hlbben. Advocates Change in
VHINCETON, N. J. Jan. 14 In his annual
retort to the board of trustees of Princeton
pnlrenltT Pruldent Hlbben dwelt at soma
length on the coachlnr system of athletics In
Kami tarouihout the country, expressing hli
pa that tie paid coach would some day dis
appear and leav the direction of the play to
IB captain. "Onr athletics." said the prest
dent, "not only in Princeton, but throughout
the country, are, suffering: from an ovsr-or-a&ntud
system, of coachlnr. I hope the time
inay come when the paid coach, will dlaap-
epealtlar of the captain of s, team, ha said:
"Particularly in football the captain should
te the aole responsible person for the manace
Meat of his men, dlrectlnr their play In prao
tloe camea so that In the critical situations of
a areat contest he and his men will rise to the
vooaalOB and win or lose with honor,' and the
team will rise to the responsibility, in Hlb
Concluding- hie remarks on athletics, tho
Besldent aaldi 'Jf wa can release our under.
sraduatea from the unnatural domination of
thetr sports by graduate coaches we will stm
DUTY the whole atbietlo situation and liberate
,uy ine wnoie auueiio sicuaiioa ana uoerata
iteroollectate sport from the abnormal in-
iatercellectate sport from the abnormal in
eukus of a, superlmpoaed system which tends
Laaa puppeip ot ids Diayere taa uzuie uie
ftAr of their natural Inltuttra."
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IN FIXING PRICES
Real Estate Men Say Point
Still Holds Good in Busi
ness Districts, Particularly
Corner locations are considered by real
estate men as an Important factor In
determining real estate values A corner
location frequently Increases tho value
of a house 23 per cent. Kccent sales aro
proof of this fact.
The tea-ton for this, particularly where
retail store properties ara concerned. Is
evident to everv business mitn-n store
property bordering on two streets will
bring more business than a property bor
dering on one street.
IjIOIIT 1MPOUTANT POINT.
Tho question ()f light which enters here
Is also of great Importance. Tho corner
affords the greatest facility here, ex
cluding even the wider Btroet nnd side
walk. Only a few years ago, remarked
a well known real estate man, second
floor ofllce rooms In buildings at Broad
and Chostnut street, with windows look
ing out on Broad street brought approx
imately $2 a sriunro foot; Chestnut street
fionts brought only $150 per square foot
At tho same time Cncstnut ntreot first
floors will bring moro than Brond street
first floors ono tnklng the business di
rectly fro intho street pavement the
other from tho bettor light of the wider
street. The same determining points
hold good today, except in tho change
It Is a fact that the average shopper
or buyer can remember a corner more
easily. Tho owner of a corner can often
seo ahead the Increased needs of a grow
ing trade, and from time to time can
acquire ndjolnlng property, often at ery
reasonable prices. Such purchases In
crease In vnluo, being part of tho corner.
HOW RESIDENCES 'Altn AFFECTED.
In tho closely built up sections of the
city corners are still desired and con
tinue to bring better prices than prop
erties on Inside lots, In splto of the fact
that the long stretch of a side pavement
Is annddltlonnl care.
AS TO SUBURBS.
It Is becoming more evident that the
best suburban nnd semi-suburban devel
opment can be obtained by building
houses In pairs cither on tho building
line, or, where the depth Is ample, well
back from the street.
The advantage of such a building policy
oer the corner can be easily seen.
Street Improvements such as roadway,
sewer, waterplpe, curb and sidewalk
changes would bo charged against the
full depth of the property. This, on a
EO-foot wldo street, would cost about $3 50
a foot, or evon more on a depth of 100
Properties on corners are harder to
heat In cold weather, a matter of con
sideration for householdeiB; a pavoment
Is milled which has to be taken care of,
and snow removal Is quite an Hem
In high-class neighborhoods, where tho
pair formation of dwellings has found
great faor, the possibility of putting n
store on the corner Is not an Important
element, as this Is not soucht for. This
can bo said where prices range from
3000 to $15,000 as seen In the North Broad
street and the Logan section.
JERSEY'S MOTOR REVENUE
Report of Commissioner Shows Ag
gregate of $814,535.30 in Col
lections. TRENTON, Jan. 14 -The report of the
Department of Motor Vehicles for the
last year has been submitted to tho Leg
islature by Commissioner Job II. Llppin
cott. It shows the amount collected from
all SDurcos was $814.S35 30, and the com
mlslons paid to agents totaled j;6,93150.
These Included the following Items:
Phlladelphlax$S3S9E0. commissions J2S6 2S;
Atlantic City I29.62813 collections. J1000
commissions; Brldgeton Witt, commis
sions 5601.75; Camden 110,293 63, commis
sions 51600: Cape May W57.M. commis
sions $153 60: Now Tork J69,1S5.97, com
missions $1915.50; Trenton $71,343.71, com
missions $1300; Salem $6775.75, commissions
$381; Woodbury $11,098 60, commissions
$5SL23. The amount of fines Imposed by
the department amounted to $25,025.
Owners of cars from other States have
frequently violated the motor vehicle
act, the Commissioner says. During tho
last few years there has been such a
noticeable increase that It was necessary
for the department to have a "rogues"
gallery," and one was opened In the
State House, Trenton. Tho Commissioner
says that great assistance was given by
the Philadelphia and New York Police
N. Y. TJ. Has Big Schedule
NEW YORK. Jan. 14. The Now Tork Uni
versity traJk schedule, aa announced yester
day by Manager Bears, calls for four dual
mffts durlne the coming; aeaeon. only one of
which, however, will be at home. The com
plete schedule la aa follows:
. February 19, match relay wtth Fordham.
TNaval MUltU games, at llaTerfords April if,
Hwarthmore. at Stiarthmore; April 24. penn
relayn; May 1, Ilaverford, at New Tork; May
K. Itutrera, at New Brunswick) May 18,
Middle Btatea lntercolleglatei, at Haverfordl
May 23, Stevens, at Uoboken) May 23 and 9,
WIFE AND MOTIIER WHOSE RETURN
HOME RUSSIA FORBIDS
Mrs. Louts Zeben, whose husband is well known, In the Russian
colony here Is shown with her two children from whom she Is
separated because the Russian, authorities forbid her to leave the
country while the war Is on.
Jiff 'CSSwA$ i
CAPTIVE IN RUSSIA
BY LAI'S RIGOR
Woman Visiting Native
Land With Her Children
Not Permitted to Leave
Until War Is Over.
Louis Zobcn considers himself the most
unfortunate man In tho city. He Is a
victim of tho war nnd Is Interested In the
various battles, not as a mere spectator
but as one whose ery life depended on
this move or that. His pockets are flllod
with maps and charts and data nnd every
time thcro Is "news from the front" he
takes out his data and compares notes.
Sometimes a victory brings Joy ofttlmcs
Zeben is married; he loves his wlfo
and his two children, but the war has
taken them from him, nnd this has vir
tually drken him to despair. He Is not
a rich man. He lived with his family at
the corner of 5th and Balnbrldge streets,
where he kept a music store, and thus
supported himself and his family. Before
the war Mrs Zeben arranged to take a
trip to hor old home In Russia, whore
lived her parents, her brothers and sis
ters and her childhood friend1) She left
for Europe with the two children, Slma,
four yetrs old, and Slgmund, two years
old, about eight months ngo. Since the
war began she has been trying to get
back, but there was always an obstacle
in the way to prevent her return.
KEPT CAPTIVE BY RUSSIA.
For several months Zeben failed to
hear from hor. But Secretary of Stato
Bryan instituted a search and located her
in her home town In Vinltsla. where she
Is under the care of the American Consul.
But even the American Consul is power
less to send her back, for the Russian
authorities refuse to permit her to leave
the country. She is a Jew and was born
In Russlit, they say, and for that reason
America has no Jurisdiction over her,
despite the fact that she Is the wife of
an American citizen.
LETTER FROM RS. ZEBEN.
Yesterday Mr. Zeben received the fol
lowing leter from his wife. In which she
tells him that she may have to remain in
Russia until the war Is over:
Uly dear Louis This letter, if you
only get It, will Inform you of condi
tions with which the children, mother
and myself, were confronted at s, time
when the first ray of hope had appeared
and when we thought we could finally
c-uit the place where we have been
hounded and oppressed so much. Yes,
dear, you thought we were already on
board ship, returning home. Fond hope,
it's all gone. I had to get certain docu
ments and I haven't succeeded yet.
"Since you brought the attention of
tho American Consul at Odessa, through
the help of our blessed State Depart
ment at Washington, to my desperate
condition, Z have bean corresponding with
him. Just at the last moment when I
was about to leave, I received a letter
from the Consul informing me that In
order to return home I shall have to
procure a Government passport, and tlult
the Russian Consulate could in no way
help me to procure it The Consul also
asked me to write how how much money
I needed to go to Moscow, but I decided
to go to Odessa and see the Consul per
sonally. "Last Sunday I started for Odessa,
despite all the dangers of the martial
law existing there. I arrived safely and
in a very short tlm was in tho com
pany of n very sympathetic friend. Tho
Consul received mo cry kindly, but
cavo me no satisfactory reply. Wcro I
not Jowlsh, ho said, ho could cosily have
sent me to America without n Govern
"Thero was only ono thing left for mo
to do and that was to get n Government
passport. The consul gac me a paper
Blgned by him by which I could receive
help and protection from the American
consulates In tho countries through which
I might pass on the other sldo of tho
"On tho samo day that I returned to
Vinltsla, I took a trip to brothor in
Prelokl. That is my native town, you
know, nnd I nsked the authorities to give
mo an ordlnarv passport. They told me
that slnco I left Russia, more than ten
years ngo they have no record of me and
therefore could not Issue any passport
Anothor reason ho gave wns that I was
married to an American and my children
were born thero At present there soems
only one thing loft for me to do to wait
until thli horrible war is over. Thank
God we nre all well nnd nro aching for
our dear home far across tho beautiful
nnd distant sea in good old Philadelphia
Dear Louis, do not lose any courago, for
tho Rorrowful time Is bound to pass and
our happy llfo will begin anew I nm
longing for the time when wo shall bn
able to talk of our troubles as a thing
of tho past. The children are constantly
asking for jou.
"With many kisses I nm forever,
Mr. Zeben is preparing to go to Wash
ington in the hope that Secretary of
Stato Bryan will bo ablo to help him out
of his present dllema.
BALL PLANNED TO HELP
EMERGENCY AID WAR RELIEF
Proceeds Will Do Used for German
and Austrian Sufferers.
Plans for n ball to be given at the
Bellevue-Stratford on February 11, the
proceeds of which will bo used to pur
chase and ship ambulances to Germany
and AuBtrlo, hao been made by the am
bulance committee of the Emergency Aid
Mrs. George B. TuUldge, chairman of
the committee, presided at the meeting
which was hold yesterday. Addresses
were made by Mrs. Walter Thomson,
president of tho Gorman-Austrian Relief
Association, and Mrs. Antonio Erlich,
president of the Gorman Society of Phila
delphia. The committee will hold another meet
ing on Saturday morning at 11 30 o'clock
In the rooms of the Emergency Aid Com
mittee, when nil of the subcommittees
working In Interest of the ball will make
Among those attending yesterday's
Rlchara Paneoast L. H I'rtnoe
James M. 'Williams Prank Bhumui
Lewis J. Kolb Chrletopher Dormer
John H. Lofland lfa IJ"auf'n
lLlr. rreund . Brightly
A. II. Hartunr T. SI. Dougherty
John Meyers D. o. Iiauptner
J. (Henry Bchaefer
ACCUSED OF $50,000 THEFT
Standard Oil Man's Secretary Ar
rested on Bobbery Charge.
NEW YORK. Jsji. 14. William L.
Harkneas, a capitalist and member of
the Standard Oil group of financiers, yes
terday caused the arrest of his confi
dential Secretary. Wlllard B. Thompson,
on a charge of theft, within the last four
years, of about 150,000.
A check for $431 Is alleged to have
been drawn to settlo a bill for Mr, Hark
ness. but the bill was never paid, it is
said. It was this speclfio Instance of an
entanglement of his affairs that led to
He was taken to the Tombs Police
Court and held in $2500 bond on a charge
of grand larceny. Ills examination la set
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ROGERS FIRST WIFE TELLS
OF NUPTIAL DIVORCE PACT
Grand Jury to Investigate Ida
Walters' Mental Condition.
NEW YORK, Jan. 14. Until tho Grand
Jury resumes Its session nctt Monday tho
offices of District Attorney Martin will
bo occupied with an Investigation of Mrs.
Ida Walters' mental condition, with a
view to combating tho dofenso of tem
porary Insanity sho will undoubtedly pre
sent. This wcekB session was taken up with
the examination of Mrs. Anno Deproe
Rooucmoro Rogers, tho first wlfo of
Lorlys Elton Rogers, who told of her
nupttnl divorce pact with tho young nt'
Sho oxprcssed a belief that If Rogers'
second wife had kept her part In a simi
lar divorce pact with Rogers that ho
would have given his name, as well as his
affection, to tho woman who will face
next Wodncsdny tho Grand Jury investi
gation of tho poisoning of her two chll
dien. FTJNEBAL OF A. B. CLABK
Poetry, proso nnd his favorite song,
"My Old Kentucky Home," marked the
unique funcrnl services of A. B. Clark,
editor and publisher of "Cracks," held
yesterday afternoon at his home, 2633
South Broad street Tho service, attended I
by many fi lends and rolatlves, was con-
ducted by tho Rev. Joseph Carp, rector of ,
the' St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal
Church. This was followed by a reading
of verso, written by Mr. Clark, entitled
"At tho Sign of tho Stone,", and in con- '
formlty with the editor's wish expressed
In his will, "My Old Kentucky Homo"
was sung. Miss Floronce Dunlcay being
Funeral of Miss Gertrude Clarkson
The funeral or Miss Gertiude A. Clark
son, long Identified with charitable or
ganlzatlons, will bo held tomorrow after
noon from her home, 3240 Chestnut street.
Services will be conducted in the Church
of Our Saviour, 37th and Chestnut streets.
Sho wns 71 j ears old and Is survived by
a niece and nophew.
CAPTAIN J. M. VANNOTE
POINT PLEASANT, N. J., Jan. 14.
Captain James Monroe Vannote, one of
tho best known of New Jersey's sea cap
tains and for many years a prominent
lumberman, died yesterday afternoon
after several months' suffering with
diabetes He was 71 years old. Ho
was affiliated with the Masonlo order
for 40 years. Ho was also a member
of the Knights of Pythias and the Howell
Society of Monmouth County. He was
the Democratic leader of Point Pleasant,
and served tho borough for one year
as Major. The funeral will tako place
TONSILITIS OEBM FATAL
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Jan. 14 -Dr. Wil
liam J. Shcehan, 41 years old, one of tho
best known physicians of New Haven,
died after an unusual illness. On Christ
mas Eve he sprained his ankle While
stilt partly crippled Doctor Sheehan was
seized by a ae ere case gf tonsllltls. Then
the anklo Btarted to swell. A consulta
tion of fellow physiolans developed that
the tonsllltls germ had lodged in tho in
Andrew Taylor, engaged in the real es
tate business for moro than SO years,
with offices at 417 Pine street, died yes
terday from a stroke of paralysis. He
was a sufferer of Blight's disease. Mr.
Taylor was 63 years old and a member
of several faternal organizations. He
was unmarried. Tha funeral will bs held
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from his
home, S052 Susquehanna avenue,
BT. GEORGE H. COOKEB
CHESTER, Pa., Jan. 14. St, George H.
Cookee, a civil engineer of Ridley Park,
died nt Fort Bayard, Sliver City, New
Mexico. He was 31 years old and had
served five jears as a captain of Com
pany B, Engineers, of the National Guard
of Pennsylvania. He Is survived by a
widow and three children.
REV. ADELBERT FRANK
The Rev. Adalbert Frank, assistant
rector of St. Peter's German Catholla
m...u kit, atmet nfl fllrnrd avretiusk
who died Tuesday night in Bt- Agnes'
Hospital Uxm pneumonia, will be hurled
Saturday morning from St Peter
Father Frank wns bom in Prussia 63
years ago. He came tr this country when
a young man, and studied for tha Priest
hood at Hehester, Md, Ho was ordUn4
in 1878, and was rector of Catholla
ohurches in Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Buf
falo and Now York. Ho came to this
city two and a half years ago.
MBS. LTJONOBE IT. DABBAOD
fr. T..nnnr it. Dorrash. a portrait
painter and sister of the tate Colonel
Georgo Storm, also famed as an artist,
i.rt wihmltv at tho homo of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Thomas Donohoo, in Bdgewood,
,. r.. t HntM(.1 (tin nortraltfl of
prominent Phlladelphlans, among them
being tlio into juage ji. "n ..uD.
and Samuel C. Perkins. She mado her
homo In Germantown until about 15 years
ngo, and for years was a leading flguro
In art circles of this city.
WILLIAM H. MABVILL
William It. Marvlll, president of tho J.
R. Kelm Woolon Manufacturing Com
pany, Is dead' at his home, ISM Spring
Garden street, following an Illness of
several months. Ho was 60 years old, nn
was born at Mllford, Del. He was a mem
ber of tho Union Leaguo for many years,
and was affiliated with several Masonic
bodies of this city. His widow and two
MBS. JOHN WOOD, ApTBESS
LONDON, Jan. 14. Mrs. John Wood,
actress, who nppearcd in America years
ago as Opholla, died Tuesday nt Blrch
ington. Sho was born in Liverpool in
1833, and boforo tier marrlago was Matilda
Charlotte Vinlng. Sho made her last ap
pearanco at tho Drury Lano Theatre in
1S0G in "Tho Prodigal Son."
MARRY. On January 12. 1018, ELIZABETII
1., beloved wife of Charles A. Uarry. Itela
tlven and friends are Invited to attend the
funeral, on Trlday morning, at 8 30 o'clock,
from htr late residence. &33U Walton ave ,
teet Philadelphia. Solemn Requiem Maes
at the Church of the Traneflguratlon, at 10
o'clock precisely. Interment, Holy Crois
BKVNfcR On January 11, 1D1B. SAMUEI,
HENNEn. Funeral sen Ices at his late reel
donco, 2238 North 7th at,, on Friday, at S
p. m. precisely. Interment at Laurel IIIU
BLACK On January 13, 1015, WILMER D.
husband of Mary Black. Funeral sorvlcos
tiaturdsy. at 1 p. m share, at hie son-ln-law'a
reeldence, Walter P. Rogers 1210
North 10th st. Interment HtlUlde Cemetery,
ln funeral car.
BJ11II.ZS1KIN. KU1N DLEILZBTEIN, BOS
r.l itKIC ANNA BURKE, 3004 Princeton
CAMKIION. On January 13, 191B, ROBERT,
husband of Jane Cameron. Funeral services
on baturd&y, at 2 p in . at his lata resi
dence. 24.13 South Bancroft st. Interment
at reran ood Cemetery
NHL!.. On the 12th Inst.. AMANDA.
widow of Charles Cornell. In her lttd -loar.
Relatives and friends of the family are re
spectfully lmlted to attend tho funeral serv
ices, at her late residence, 1U0T North Ttb
st , on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o clock. In
CAItlt On January 10, 1016, EDWARD P.,
eon of the late Patrick and Mary Can. Fu
neral on Saturday, at S 30 a m , from 13
East Indiana ave. Solemn Requiem Mass
at church of the N'atlWn at lu u. in. Inter
ment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
CLAIiKC On January 12, 1018. DANIEL,
W CLARKE, of 232 llonshuri st., Herman
town. Funeral erlccs on Friday, at 2 p. m.
precisely, at Schuyler's, Broad and Diamond
stB Interment private
t'f AltKSON On Taminry 12, 1P1S. GErt
TllUDE A. CLARKSON. Funeral on Fri
day, at 2 p. m , from her late residence, 320
Chestnut at. Interment strictly prUate.
UlIi:.V On January 12. 101S, JACOB II.,
son of the late Hart and Henrietta Cohen,
aged 40 jpara. Itolatlvea and friends are ln
Wtod to attend the funoral services, on Fri
day morning;, at 10 o clock precisely, nt the
parlors of Morris Rosenit-erB's Son. 1.O09 North
ilroad st Interment private, at Mount Sinai
COOKE ST. GEORGE H, at Fort Bayard,
New Mexico, on January 12, 1015. Notice of
funeral will be given,
CUIIKV. On January 13, 101S. MARY A.,
wlio of Charles B Curry. Funeral on Sat
urday, at 8 60 a. m , from 21&2 North Cleve
land ave Interment at Holy Cross Cemotery.
DAIIA. On January 11. 1015, JAMES
DAILY, son of the late John W. ond t.Uia
betli I ally Due notice of the funeral will
bo glcn. from the residence of his sister,
Mlra Catherine HlKSlns, 21 1U Christian at
DEAIIM.ISY. On January 10, 1815, ISAAC
DEARNIXY. Relatives and friends are In
vltod to attend the funeral services, on
Baturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock precisely, at
his lato residence, 75V) lildfe ave., Itox
borourh. Interment private.
DI ANTONIO. FRANCESCO DI ANTONIO,
1015 Fernnn at.
DONNELLY On January 12, 1015. FLORA.
widow of Patrick Donnelly. Funeral from
the residence of her son, John J Donnelly.
102S C'olona st. (30th above Susquehanna
ave ), on Friday, at 8 10 a m. High Mass
of Requiem at the Church of the Most
Precloun Blood, at 10 a. m. Interment at
DOTTS. On January 12. 1015. 'WORTIIINa
TON E. DOTTS, husband of Mary H. Dotts
(nee Henry). Funeral services on Friday, at
1 SO p m , from 2032 North 0th st. Inter
EDDY. On January 11, 1015. KATHERINB
EDDY, wife of tho late Henry C. Eridi Rel.
atlvea and friends are Invited to attend the
funeral services on Friday afternoon, at 2 bV
o'clock, at tha apartments of Oliver II. Balr,
1820 Chestnut at. Interment at 'Woodlands
EIWEN. On January 18. 1015, WALTEIt
ERBEN. Jr.. eon of waiter and xmmi T, B.
Erben. Relatives and friends are Invited to
attend the funeral eerTices on Saturday, Jan
uary IS, 1016, at S p. m., at hla late resi
dence. Radnor, Pa. Interment private. Cor
rlaxes will meet 1'Jfi p. m. train front Broad
EVANS. On January 13, 1915, MAItY A.
EVANS, dauibter of the late Edward and
Sarah Qulnn. Funeral on Saturday at 8 30
n. m from 1336 Orthodox at., Frankford
Solemn Requiem Maas at St Joachim's
Church, at 10 a, m. Interment St. Dominions
PAin'v'lil'Suaaerdy, on January , ibis,
JOHN FAHEnf.Funeral on Frraay. at 8 a.
m,, from near Fort Washlrurton, Pa. High
Mass at St. Anthony's Churoh, Ambler, Pa.,
at 9 80 a. m. Interment at St. Anthony's
FAUCET. MART FAUCET, 1816 Catharine
1'AUfJT. On January IS. 1015 wn-LIAM
8 , husband ox Corlnda U Faust and son of
the lata Henry and Emma Faust. Funeral
services on Saturday, at 2 p. m , at his
lata residence, 1027 East Tlaga at. Inter
ment private, at Ore en Mount Cemetery.
X1TOEBALO. On January 13, 1916,
JOHN, son of Marcaret and tha lata Patrick
Kltzseruld. Funeral on Friday, at S SI I,
m , from 108 Catharine at Solemn Illsh
Majs of Requiem at St. Philip's Church, at
10 a. m. precisely. Interment at Holy Cross
FKANIt-On January 12. 1015, Bee. ADEL
ItERT FRANK, C. B 3. R. Funeral on Bat
urday, at 10 a. m. sharp. Solemn Requiem
Mats at St. Peter's Church, eth and Glrard
ave. Inter-menu at Most Holy Redeemer
January j iiT
ron of churles and Bella iSJ&1f I
parents' residence, outhwehSL- a
OATMST-On January 15, ,,, W
P1UNH, widow of JoeeM, cAu.?,'0B
Sr of the late Dr. Tnornai r'?.!
Morton. Helatlves ina Mensf" "M
de'nVkS Norih jars. Ktsp3
?nlnTi?UlaA aT2. m l
V A s7HE!u a ?
nTOClTINSON.-o jTnn, 5 Z?i
J.i.spn ef Benign .W."tiai5,ll?
Hutchinson. tS,m-i""" "!? .te viZH
u ms rrnm
law. Co,imd neices, edV NrntV VrlJijiV
Mass of Requiem at the Chttrch1erh8
at 10 a. m. Interment tirSS rJL?? ErttSS
.initKonu . . c-rj
ffjs. (fin?. ikw
of the funeral will "b? alv.S1? "wisV!
residence, 225 8outh fiynns'iil.t9" ll
d.lphla. Boaton,Ser7piVa.. h&
i "","7"i January is, 10111 ,;;', ?h
band of Mary Kane. Fun"?! i0Iiv- S
st 8 BO a, m. from ' lsas wMi. SitaES
lleoutm Mm, ifc 7 i".VW" SI Ifcd'
cro..- ssssjs si' v&sm
KAVANAail On Janua
n January lj. im, jii
nern! on Friday,
residence 8118 Roanoke s' eJS W,I7
Solemn Iteou em Mj,.. .. ,r"'l.'nt tnt
Consolation Church, at 10'. !
nt Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, B tou,1)3
ittmnicn n- t.. .. w. 9B
ZWTJ v .
Z11Z""H " uiuunry ik. lflit i?
KiwiHEn. asod S2 vears rw. Vi.' HJ
Ki.iciiiiiii. Bed H2 vears Doe Vmi''W
141 Krtios st.. Wlssahlckon. '" Sl
KHEJV1TT. January IB, ANTUOvrm
husband of Mary A. Krewett i.slS?
Philip and Marsoret . Martir,1. ",?.J? 1!
aouthoast corner Parrtsh at.
LEWIS On January 18, lain. 1-. ir
u rj. m.
nVeclseV. at theTSW
Germantown. Interment private,
LORD, On January 12. hub
widow or John V. Lord Funerirm
day, at 1 p. m., from West l'omul
rnantown Services at St. Peters ptf
JVMyneand Harvey ats , at 2 80 1 f eT?'
.OT.....t ,,..,.., t "o.oriiniion Cem,tL
LTONS-On January 18, EUZA J J?"
of Louis Lyons nnd dauithtcr of (krx?
Domlnlo and Ellia Robertson FunnTl'iJ,
icoo on I'Tluay, ni o 'lu D. m. ueeiriT:.
3 rcsiaence. nm Eyre st ftfJUS
K-. " the conveniens onhe'JiEW
'VANj-r On January 13. 1811 iiP
husband of F.llen Macirowan, at hlsfst.S
denco. SOB North 40th st Tn."i!!!.f
funeral wlli be Riven
MAOUIItE. On Janunry 11, J01S. lvw
C. widow of Andrew MaruliVcS
nlngham). Funeral on Friday, at aSn if?.
from 5322 airord nve Solemn Reqwera S
t nhureh of Our Ldv nf viiii"7? St
m. Interment Cathedral Cemotery. li
MATtVILL. On January 12. 1815. ttnti
IAM II., husband of Kate R. Marvnla M.
tlves and friends are Invited to attenii?
fdneral services, on Friday afternociTJi
Garden st. Interment rjrU-ntn. '
MATHEWS. Suddenly, on JanuarvH tSf
HARRIET M . widow or Charles v7n,2?
Funeral services at 2101 Diamond iS
Friday, at 10-BO a. m. Intermt ri
uuui vi Jilti vtiiiuir;( r, .
9IeALLI8TEII. On January 13, 1015, JOBS
Margaret McGulBan. Funeral on Mocdir 3
h a. m., from 152 McClellan sL Mm 3
Heiulem at tho Church of the Batrrf
at 0 30 a. m. precisely. Interment, El?
MrCARTHY. On January 12, Ml jnf
SEPH P., son of Annlo and the late Unti
McCarthy. l"uneral on Friday, at 8.30V
from 504S Wado st. (near nermantowa m
and Manholm st.) Solemn Requiem lUaM
mnntown, at 10 a, m. Interment u SH
Hcnuicnro cemoterv. mm
McDONALD. On Januory 13, 1J18, eZT
.. , uuuKiuer 111 mH mie iBlscai ana tuum
McDonald. Funeral on Monday, at 1 1, a,
1 rum ner itiie resiaence. lij w iRUUUUta
Interment callieural Cemetery, ust.
.iie.M.n, on January 11, 1810. T7ILIJU,
T., husband of Clara McNeil Funmlio
Icoi on Friday, at 1 p m., at resldtnca, a
Woodstock st , Germantown. Interment p
MILLER. On Janunry 13. 1013. ot HiV
therla. LOUIS MILLER, eon of Ucorii?
and Elizabeth C Miller, at 611 South U
ford st . near COth nnd Lombard sU. bio-
ment private, In West Laurel 1IU1 Ce
MOllIIOAV. On Jnnuarv 11. 1015. ANMU'
MOIlltOW (nee Curtis). TIdow -ot W1I1M
Morrow, Jr. Funeral on Friday, at Ml
m, from 1329 Catharine st Hljh ltuiil
St, Teresa's Church at 10 a. m. Intnra
Holy Cross Cemetery -Bf
NUSS. ANNIE NUSS, 521 North Fr"l
OSINhllA SIUIISLAWA OSINSUA. El
Marcaret st. s
TRESSEU. On January 12, 1813, X0WJ
C , wife of John C I'rosser (nes Buefln
Funeral cervices on Saturday, &Viy nvt
West Laurel Hill Cemotery. W
ItArTEIt-On January 12, 1015, lUBIB
husband ot the late Annie Rafter. Funul
on Saturday, at S 50 a m., from 804 SB)
Ttlipkn-tl at lltffh Mn&H nt SL Fltjk
Xavler's Church, at 10 a. m. IntemuJS
Old Cathedral Cemetery J"
SHEA. On January 12, 1015, DELIA SHU
1 uneral on rlday, at 8 a. m , iron 15
Race street. Requiem Mass at tha CiukA
at 0 a. m Interment Downlnjuura,'!!
Train leaves Broad St. Station at IUI,
SIMrsON Suddenly, on January 11, A
l'uneral services on Saturday, at 11 K
the apartments of Oliver H. Balr. lSj
nur, ac. iniermeni pnvaie, at cug
SNIDER. At Centreton, N J, ffliJWl
12, 1U15, CAROLINE widow of Chrlitosa
Bnydor. Funeral on Friday, at 2 p m,.ira
,Dn K...l. , ... Ul.tln.4AlnV.la Pa. tiJP
.O-, .lull,, IBl din, . HII.USIHI - Tli
ment Mount Peace Cemetery &"?i
SPENCER. On January 12. lOlfkHJ
Y. Friends are Invited to attend t R!
to bo Held Friday. at:p ro.. irom i.
residence, 1101 Prospect ae, JlelroMn
BTKIN On January 11, 1015 OEORCJJ
STBIN, husband of Mary Stein. ",
Charles and Ina Stein runeral on TO
at 8 30 a m , from OU Vorth 2tli 1 it Ig
High Requiem Maes at St Ludwirs ffi
ai lu a in luiermuiifc a, w. j0
SULLIVAN. HARRY 6ULLIVAN.fl
Rff JK. "S- . avdIR
. .. t Trn,..n ann Harriet Turn
ir.m..rfll rvlc on Baturday 4Vt 3 tV.t
at hii tat reatdonc. S032 fiuQUiiiaii"i
.OTsra.' Manv3Sss CietQ7i urn
widow of Thomaa Tlerney. Funeral n
day, at S 30 a. m.. from nor ' '7i, iS
24W North Sydenham st. Solemn Hip "
of Requiem at Church of Xr Lady
at 1U a. in. iaienneufc .iiu Mr - -.-y
VANSANT. On January 18, IMS, "'g
XfNSANT. ?llatlv..d WenJ,
day evening, at 8 o'clock, at her Uteg
dence. 127 South ,10th St. Interment at K
Mile, Pa., on Saturday. pliaKt
WALSH. On January 11. PXh,S,Sa
aon of Mary and late Patrick h.'fVg
ty Mayo. Ireland Funerai on Frldsr,
a, m from residence ofhls broinsr-ij.
KfieV H. Callahan. 6023 ,&
rnantown lltsh. Mass. at the JJSHSSSl
Conception Church, at lu a. rn. 'u"'"3jsil
rei&.-On JanuarV 18., 1015 JOBjgjI
widow of John Weiss. Funeral on Sgre I
It 2 p CT. , from SM8 WeatmoreaBd Jgl
view street. ML Airy Intermeni
WILSON. On January i,
WILSON, husband, of the late RoJ .
&.. -.I . D.tKdUv nt (ISO la Ij
hi. Tat." residence' 3il PasJX,,l
niFs On .Tafita. .- w
termeni ririvaie, uiwn,iw"'i,--VQiic W
HILLIAMH On January 12, ."'fejS
OINIA TR1MMF.H, wlf7,of W Ur WJ
Relatives and friends are Iny ted tswg
the funeral strv ces. on Saturday .WCi
at 2 o'clock, at her late rcsiui. ,sl
Ulan Mass at St. uewiii :uXi.iiilM
vlll. Intermont noly Cross CemsWJWll