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EVENING iiBbGfBlB PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1915.'
IN QUALIFYING PLAY
AT MERION TOMORROW
Over 100 Entries Received
for Thirty-six-hole Phil
Cup Contest First
Match at 8:16 A. M.
More ihnh loO entries have been re
ceived for tho 34 holes qualifying; round
; of the Interclub team championship for
Hie Philadelphia vnp at me .Merion
Cricket Club, Ardmore avenue, tomorrow.
Ort nrrnnnt of ihe large number of entries
It may bo found Impracticable to play the
Z holes- over ono course, nnd In this case
the committee wilt decide to use both
courses. In this case, IS holes will be
cloved on tho east course and 19 on the
P-vest course and contestants scheduled to
start late may be given an earlier time on
tho alternate course. The pairings fol
8,15 W, P. Cleveland, Aronlmlnk, and C. H,
'JO It P. Blattell, Aronlmlnk, and partner.
8 25 O. II P. Pepper, Merlon, and Leslie
8 30 A. I F Keloher, .Merlon, and Norman
B.35VllMn Potter,'. Philadelphia. Cricket,
and II. p. Smith, Pine valley.
8;40 tlowland Llpplncott. Huntingdon Volley,
and nobln Macdqnald, Philadelphia
t 43 N. C Huber, Merlon, and A, I. Smith,
8 50 It. Steele, Merlon, and E. II. Fltler,
8.55 It. P. MeNeely. Merlon, and Clayton
Dixon, Philadelphia Country,
0.OO n. 8, Frnncls, Merlon, and It. A.
Thomninn. Philadelphia Country.
0:05 C 13. lluxton, Huntingdon Valley, and
Dr Simon Carr, Huntingdon Valley.
0.10-C. S. MacCaln, Philadelphia Cricket, and
M. c Burton, Huntingdon Valley.
B:1S Wlnthrop Sargent. Merlon, and Lewis
9:2011. H. Krnnilne, Huntingdon Valley, and
It. A. Sands, Merlon. . . ,.
9:25 W L. Thomrron. Huntingdon Valley,
and II M. Clements, Merlon.
9:30 W, M Weaver. Huntingdon Valley, and
William T, West, Philadelphia Coun
try. 9:3511. U. McFarland. Huntingdon Valley,
nun o. u rnomas, jr., I'nnaacipnia
Brtu J. I). Merariana, Huntingdon vaney,
and It. L. Wllloughby, Philadelphia
9:45 George V. Elklns. Jr., Huntingdon Val
ley, and I. J. Williams, Philadelphia
9:30 J. It. Oay, Jr.. Philadelphia Cricket, and
Fltzwllllam Sargent, Merlon.
0:5511. P. Deacon. Philadelphia Cricket, and
J. n. Maxwell. Jr.. Merlon.
l?10:00 O. U. Fmlth. Merlon, and J. W. Clcgg,
10:050. A. crump. Philadelphia Country, and
; H, vv. I'enin, jierion.
10:10-J. 13. King, Philadelphia Cricket, and
Sidney Sharwood, Merlon.
& w A. Howiana, iiununga
(lowland, Huntingdon Valley, and
w. K. Yarrow. Merlon.
r 10:20 H. Kluon. Philadelphia Cricket, and J.
u. Lindsay, jr., rnuaaeipnia country.
. 10:25 It. W. Wlster, Philadelphia Country, and
DoF. P. Wlllard. Merlon
10:30 Howard Hoffman, St. David's, and
George Phlller, Jr., Philadelphia
10.35 H. A. McCloud. Philadelphia Country,
nnd S. W Sarccnt. Merlon.
fr 10:(O J. M. Sailer. Philadelphia Country, and
u. u. suuuaras, -vicrion.
10-45 W. W. Turner. Merlon, and W. N. Price,
Bj. 10:500. V. Smith. Merlon, and J. C. Baker,
10:55 S. L Ilrumbaugh. Philadelphia Country,
and n D. Brown. Philadelphia Cricket.
, 11:0011. E. Hanson, Philadelphia Country, and
ri Mnlt. Iluntlnednn Vnllev.
I3X.0S M. K. NelfTer, Huntingdon Valley, and
, H. W. fcmeijley. Merlon.
S"J1:10 J. W. Hobb, Merlon, and K. B. Hum-
. phreys, Huntingdon Valley.
fil-13 A. J. Carty, Philadelphia Country, and
F tl lionien, Huntingdon vnuev.
L11.20 H. C. Henry, Aronomlnk, and J. 'A.
Sluttnrv. l'hllfldplnhln fVninfrv.
SJsll:25 C B. Calvert, Aronomlnk, nnd Ed Sat-
1:301 N Shelly. Philadelphia Cricket, and
C. M, Young. St. Dnvld'a.
35 O. W Slatzell. Aronlmlnk, and O. C.
v Klauder, Aronlmlnk.
fcvs. n. Wright, Jr., Aronlmlnk, and O. O.
G ren Woodbury.
gccA. -A. M. Wood. Arortinlnk, and W. H.
3. n nevnolds. Woodburv.
fi- 111500. "N. Richmond, Aronlmlnk, and George
ll;55 George Watson. Aronlmlnk, and C.
12.00 II. C Marshall. Aronlmlnk. and Walter
12.05 F. E, SchorleM, Aronomlnk, and Boyd
. 12.10 LeRoy Bartholomew. Aronlmlnk, and
XJeiijKiii.il milieu, uwwuuiy.
12 13 L. I,. Cook, Aronlmlnk, and It. II. Mote,
12:20 TV. A. Hamlll, Aronlmlnk, and O. Wash
12.25 T). I" Mitchell. Woodbury, and partner.
. 12'30 D. II Clark, Woodbury, and partner.
12-35 II. Klrcher. Woodbury, and J. T.
Hunter,, I'nnaueipnia cricket.
HOUCK GETS CHANCE
TO PROVE HIS CLASS
Meets Mike Gibbons in New
York Tonights-Victory Will
Mean Much for Lancastrian.
Leo Hotick, of Lancaster, will have to
night the best opportunity In tho world
to prove his worth as a serious con
tender for the middleweight champlon-
. ship. The Lancastrian will meet Pompa
dour Bilker gibbons, the St. Paul flash. In
New York. Word received this morning
from Lou Durlacher, Houck's manager,,
says that the fighter Is In the best shape
of his career.
Although a few critics Include Hotick
In the same class with boxers who are
recognized na leading aspirants for the
middleweight laurels, others believe
Houck Is no match for Gibbons, Jim
Clabby, George Chip and Young Ahearn
' In bouts qf 20 rounds or more. A victory
tonight ove,r the phantom fighter, or even
if he gives Alike a hard battle, will place
him ort an ven scale with the quartet
Once before Houck battled hl3 way
close to the pinnacle of the "38"-pound
division, but he was toppled to the bot
tom of the heap when he was decisively
defeated by Jack Dillon In six rounds
i pacK in 1913. Since then Houck has met
the Hoosler twice and redeemed himself.
Leo also has whipped a number of other
I' clamoring middles, and tonight he wll ba
i jncu iii4 BUII7BL lesi since "coming
Joe O'Donnell sent word from Gloucea-
' ter today to Promoter Muggsy Taylor, of
"the Broiujway Club, that he Is down to
the required weight for his match with
p Wine alack tomorrow night. O'Donnell
wju do a, little gym worlc this afternoon,
rest tomorrow and then he will await the
Bound of the gong.
- Seven of the 10 boxers billed at the
Olympla A. A- next Monday night are re
puted hard punchers. Joe HenTernan and
s.WUlia Moore, who clash in the wind-up,
are, two of the hardest hlttlne welter.
tveignts in the country. The other flght-
grerg or puncn are aaiior Urande, JIarry
Biuktrv Johnny Mely, Joe Welap. and Al
antt. uianiey Hinewe, Young Jack
1'Brien and Willie Herman are the clever
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Chicago Officials Even Get After Free
Tickets to Games4
CHICAGO. May 26,-The police cam
paign against baseball pools was widened
today to Include the arrest on lottery
charges of cashiers of restaurants which
have been offering tickets to local base
ball parks an prizes to patrons.
Those taken Included n cashier In one
of tho string of restaurants operated by
Charles Weeghman, who has been Riving
away passes to games of his Chicago
Federal League team, and two cashiers
In the lunchrooms of John R. Thompson,
who offered tickets to the American
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
BEATS CHAMPIONS AND
CINCHES SECOND PLACE
Bareis Pitches Fine Game
Against Northeast Pen
nant Winners Southern
High Forfeits Game to
Catholic High Nine.
INTEnSCHOLASTIC LEAOU!! STANDING
Won. Lnst. P C.
Northeast High 0 n 7.V)
Central High School fl 4 WO
West Philadelphia High School, a 5 .111
Catholic High School 5 B WTO
Southern High School 1 10 oil
"Vhllo tho vlctoryof Central High's
nine over Northeast High School, cham
pion of the lntcrscholftstlo League, did
not' nffect tho standing of tho tied nnd
Black, It served Coach Dr. O'Hrlcn's bue
baltlans In clinching the runner-up posi
tion. The contest was plnyed on Houston
Field yesterday afternoon nnd resulted In
a 6-4 score.
Bareis, who promises to develop Into
Central's mainstay on the mound next
season, pitched splendid ball nnd ho was
given good support, only one error belns
chalked down for the Crimson and Gold
Bareis allowed the champions half a
dozen hits, nnd by bunching a few of the
blngles In tho opening period Northeast
assumed an early lead by sending three
men over tho pan.
However, tho Broad street boys took
tho lead awny from the chnmplonB In the
third period, due to the timely hitting
of Broomtleld and Bareis, coupled with
errors by Rldpath nnd Landberg. Broom
field clouted out three hits during tho
game, while Bnrels was credited with
Tho contest between Catholic High
School nnd Sout'ncrn High School was
forfeited by the lowly Southwark nine.
Tho downtown players refused to travel to
Catholic's Held for tho scheduled match.
Yesterday's schedule was t'no olllclal
final frays. Two contests postponed Inst
Friday between Catholic High nnd West
Philadelphia High and Central High and
Southern High will be played tomorrow
The Northeast High School baseball
players Wno brought tho fourth cham
pionship of the Ecason to the Sth street
and Lehigh avenue school, nnd who prob
ably will be awarded their letters, nre
Cnptnln Paul Webb, Wilson, Baikcr,
Keller, Dougherty, Heuer, J. and W.
Rldpath, Landberg, Ebert, Montgomery
When the Blues and Reds of German
town Academy clas'n In their annual
athletic competition Friday afternoon It.
CUrte will lead the former, while Isen
bcrg will captain the Reds.
Seven events are scheduled on the pro
gram. Including the 100, 220, 440 and SSO
yard dashes, high and broad Jumps nnd
flFrariiJ' x m
Good Intent A. A., organized from the
male members of Good Intent Council
No. 187, Daughters of Liberty, Is now uni
formed. It Is booked with Frledln and
Simpson Memorial, both Church League
teams, nnd would like to hear from 17-1S-year-old
teams having grounds and pay
ing half expenses. Address W. Wolst;n
hohme, 1915 East Llppincott street.
The Centenary A. A. traveling team has
Decoration Day (2 games) open for nil
first-class traveling teams In or out of
the city. Address C. James Copeland,
5012 Haverford avenue, or phono Belmont
Home teams desiring a first-class at
traction and offering n reasonable guar
antee phone Germantown IG6S or address
F. Robinson, ISO East Chelten avenue, for
games with the East End Giants.
Allegheny Baptist, Jrs., want games
away with 12 and 13 year old teams. Ad
dress John William Stanney, 5019 Ogden
The Ketterilnus Boys' Club would like
to arrange games with any 11-15-year-old
team paying a fair guarantee and having
grounds. Address J. Strode, 405 Arch
street, or phone Market 1623,
Greble Camp 10, S. of V would like to
hear from any 17-18-ycar-old team for
July 5 (two games). Address Robert L.
Beecher, 600 Mountain street.
Cullen A. C, has a few open dates fo."
first-class home teams. Address Robert
Doak, Jr., 2421 East Dauphin Btreet. Both
phones. Call between 6 and 7:30 p. m.
Rambler A. C, a fast first-class, fully
uniformed traveling team, would like tn
arrange two games for May 31 (a. m, and
p. m.). Also have May 20 open for such
teams as Blackwood, Mantua A. A Pot
ter A. A,. FalrhlH A. C, Stetson A. A
West Berlin, Penn Mar F, C. Spartan, of
Merchantvllle; Kensington C, C, or arty
other first-class team paying a. fair guar
antee. Also have June & open. All first
class teams ehouid not overlook this fast
attraction. Address Joseph A. Ecker.
2142 East Stella avenue, or phone Ken
sington 3657. Bell, or East 66S3 D. Key
stone, after 7 P. m,
The Elmar A. C. would like to hear
from any first-class team In Pennsyl
vania, New Jersey or Delaware. Have
May 29 and July 3 open. Address A.
Cramer, 6008 North 19th street, Logan.
The Resurrection A. A. fully uniformed
traveling team has Memorial Day (May
31). also dates In July, August and Sep
tember open for first-class 18-19-year-old
teams. Would like to hear from such
teams as Lumberton, Beverly. Delanco,
Hammonton, Pemberton or any other
team of this class having grounds and
paying a reasonable guarantee. Address
J. Wilson Clark, 1221 North Both street.
St Nathaniel B. C. 3d has a tew open
dates for August and September tor any
11-12-year-old team on our grounds. We
wish t hear from Charles Kelly, man
ager of the Thompson A. C. For this
attraction address Fred Rhodes, 30 East
The Ascension All-Stara would like v
arrange games for Sunday at their home
grounds. They won the championship of
Kensington from all the best-known
teams in the northeast. Would like to
hear from all semlprpfetelonal teams in
the city Address H. Nolan. 3383 Hart
The Richmond C C. baseball team Is
desirous of arranging garnj for Satur
day and Sundays, in or out of the olty
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POINT BREEZE MOTORCYCLE
RACES DECORATION DAY
Great 30-milo Event Planned for Next
Point Breeze races open "8n the night
of Mav 31.
With George Wiley, of Syracuse, N
Y., champion of America and one of the
best pace followers ever developed In
this country, riding against Clarence
Carman, of St. Louis; Percy Lawrence,
of San Francisco, Cnl., and Pete Dro
bach, of Chicago, III., In a 30-mllo motor
paced race In one heat, tho program for
the first professional race meet of the
season will bo ono of the greatest cards
Chlcifeo nt Philadelphia, cloudy.
St Louis nt New York, threatening.
I'lttsburBh nt Brooklyn, threatening.
Clnrlnnatl at Boston, cloudy.
Philadelphia at C.'leelaml. cloudy.
Washington at Detroit, cloudy.
New York at rhlcngo cloud.
Boston nt St. Louis, rain.
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh, threatening.
liuttRln at t'hlcngo. cloudv.
Newark at Kansas Cltv. rain.
Bal'linnre at St. Louis, rain
Providence at Itochestcr, cloudy.
Richmond nt Burtalo, cltar.
Newnrk at Toronto, cloudy.
Jersey City at Montreal, rain,
mond street, or Herman Ordeman, 2731
East Lehigh avenue, Philadelphia.
The Sparrows B. B. C, a traveling
team, would like to arrange games with
teams In New Jersey, Delaware and
Pennsylvania, offering fair Inducements.
Sunday and holiday games preferred,
Address A. O. Stroff, 310 Poplar street.
The Young Ascension Juniors, a fast
uniformed team, 12 to 11 years old, would
like to arrange games every Saturday and
Fourth of July. Address Francis Dach
erty, 912 East Ontario street.
The Hanlon A. C. would like to hear
from Whentsheaf, Oaklyn, Dunn F. C. or
any lS-to-20-year-old uniformed team that
will pay n fair guarantee. Address Fred
Glllen, 305.' Cedar street. N
The Glory A. C. would like to hear from
all llrst-class home tearps, euch as West
End, Shanahan, Aberdeen and Chesman.
Address William Grundahl, 433 North Con
Joe Bally, outfielder on the East Spruce,
has resigned as a member of that team.
The causo Is said to bo shortage In finan
cial compensation for his valuable serv
ices. The East Spruce Professionals hnvo
April 17 and 24 open on their schedule,
and would like to arrange games with
any first-class In or out-of-town teams
paying a suitable guarantee, Address
Harry A. O'Brien, 219 Spruce street.
The Temple A. C. team, of West Phila
delphia, a fast 18-20-year-old team, is de
sirous of arranging games with clubs
willing to pay a reasonable guarantee.
Write to Harold Tuckwood, B118 West
minster avenue. West Philadelphia,
Tho Carlisle A. C. would like to hear
from first-class teams playing Sunday
baseball and offering a reasonable guar
antee, The club will be exceptionally
strong this year, having secured the ser
vices of Boppell, Miller and O'Neill, the
former Harrisburg Trlstate League ball
players. Address J, T. Qaynor, 2133 North
Sydenham street, Philadelphia.
The J, J. Itiley A. C, a J6-17-year-old
aggregation, wishes to arrange games
with clubs of corresponding age. Ad
dress J. A. Kondasch, 623 Titan street
The West Philadelphia A. C, would like to
hear from 17-lS-year-old teams, home or
away, such as Chesmar, "Wlldwood, Mel
rose and any other team offerlne a r-
sonable guarantee. West Philadelphia
easily defeated the Woodland club of
West Philadelphia. All clubs desiring this
attraction write to Charles Brown, 6863
The violet A. C. would like to arrange
games with all 9-10-year-old teams hav
ing grounds and paying half expenses.
Would like to hear from such teams as
Ha,yes C. C, Juniper Juniors, East Logan
Juniors, Daisy Cadets, Swain Juniors.
Reliance Juniors or any other teams of
tho above calibre. Address Richard Wei
mer, 1303 Germantown avenue.
The C. II. Wheeler has May 29 and
Decoration Day (two games) open for any
flrst-clais team in Pennsylvania or New
Jersey wishing this attraction.
The Day Field Club has a few open
dates. It would like to book games with
first-class home teams. Day has already
won two games, having- defeated Melrose,
of Atlantic City, and the Tacony team.
Would especially like to hear from such
teams as Logan, Potter, Atlantic Refining,
V. G. L, Itoxborough. Stetson, Newman,
Aberdeen, Point Breeze, or any other
fast home team playing Saturday, Sun
day or mid-week games, offering good
inducements For games, address John
Jl. Campbell, 603,Ujraiu street.
OUR BUSY BURG
A . .
FOODS IN SEASON
By ELSIE C. McKAY
Slowly tho vegetable season Is ap
proaching. The markets begin to be more
tempting with their array of fruits and
vegetables, being more nearby products
nnd consequently better for the shorter
tllstitnco they have to travel.
Strawberries havo been Injured greatly
by lalns nnd though tho prlco has been
Ulto low It would not be advisable to
do any preserving until they nre In a bet
ter condition. Thero will bo ample time
for preserving when tho homo products
of Jetsey arrive more plentifully. There
nre eomo Jersey berries In now, but they
will bo lower In prlco as the season pro
gresses. Most of tho berries In market
now come from Maryland nnd Delaware
Pineapples are about ns reasonable ns
thev will be. Therefore, tho housewife
should look over her stock of jelly glasses
nnd Jura preparatory to canning and pre
serving of this fruit, together with straw
berries nnd rhubarb,
Delaware and Jersey asparagus Is ex
ceptionally fine nnd plentiful; nlso somo
from Pennsylvania have arrived.
Peas are coming In much better, slnco
they are especially best when picked a
short tlmo from the vine, nnd as Mary
land and Delaware have been sending in
plentifully there Is n good supply at
reasonable prices. Jersey peas are slow
ly comlns in.
Fish Is qulto plentiful nnd very reason
able, with the exception of shnd, which Is
quite high. Blue llsh are coming In larger
and more reasonable amount nnd nre
n special favorite for broiling. New Ken
nebec salmon In at 45 cents a pound. The
first arrival of the peach was made for
tho benefit of those with unlimited means,
who always crave the out-of-season, but
nre quite high In price nnd green; there
fore, not Inviting and certainly not to bo
considered by the average purse. Sweet
corn from Florida Is nlso In the market,
nt a high figure.
Peas contain next to beans, tho largest
percentage of proteld of any vegetables
nnd when young are easily digested, They
should always be served with starchy
foods or meats.
Peas are one of the most delicate vege
tables when properly prepared, but much
of flavor depends entirely upon the cook
ing. They should always be thrown Into
cold water for about a half an hour to
freshen; then drain and put them Into a
kettle of boiling water. Always add salt
to water; boll slowly In uncovered kettle
until tender. Rapid boiling has a tenden
cy to harden them. When done, season
with Bait and half teaspoon of sugar if
they have lost part of their sweetness.
Turn at once Into vegetable dish. Season
with butter only or add thick sweet
cream. New potatoes and pens cooked
together with cream dressing are good
PEAS IN POTATO CUPS.
Mix. cold mashed potatoes with part of
tho yolk of an egg, reserving other por
tion of the yolk for brushing the potato
cup. Form potatoes Into cups or nests,
brush with egg to which little milk was
added and place In oven to brown lightly;
fill cups or nests with peas, seasoned, and
serve at once,
TEAS IN BREAD CASES.
Take stale bread, cut Into squares and
hollow out centre; brush over with egg
and toast in oven or fry in deep lard; fill
with creamed peas and serve with sprig
of cress, lamb chops and mashed pota
toes or browned new potatoes.
Any remaining peas from dinner can
always be utilized In a salad or vegetable
soup. If only a few, while If a number
are left they will make nn excellent pea
CUCAJl Ol' UHEiJSJM i'ttA. tSUUI'.
1 quart peas 1 pint water
1 pint milk 1 tablespoon butter
1 tablespoon flour 1 bay leaf
1 miall onion
Shell the peas. Wash pods and place
In kettle; cook one-half hour; drain off,
saving the water and adding to It the
peas, onion and bay leaf, Cook 15 min
utes; press through sieve and add milk.
Rub butter and flour together, moisten
with little milk and pour gradually Into
peas, stirring constantly until creamy
consistency. Serve at once.
PIQUANT PEA SOUP
One peck fresh peas; cook until tender:
put through sieve.' Chop two onions and
fry In butter; add six cloves, one bay
leaf and atlr all together. Put in a table
spoon of salt and a cup of canned or
whole tomatoes. Let all cook very slowly
for an hour. If It seems too thick add a
little boling water and let It cook a lit
tle longer. Then add pinch of red pepper
and tablespoon of butter and Just before
serving a cupful of squares of bread
which have been fried brown In butter,
GREEN PEA PUREE.
Steam one pint of peas In one pint
water until soft, rub through sieve, add
salt, pepper and other condiments to suit
taste. Boil and then add gill of cream
and boll again, and serve with fried
bread or toast. And left over peas can
be very nicely made Into puree peas,
which are always associated with roast
Iamb, chicken or any other meat cro.
quettes, and form a nice garnish around
the edge of platter containing any of the
GREEN PEAS. STEWED.
Shell Vi peck young Peas, put In sauce
pan, add 1 tablespoon of sugar and suf
ficient boiling1 water to cover, add 3
ounces of butter and 1 head of lettuce;
boll 15 minutes, remove lettuce, add small
teaspoon of salt and cook until about dry:
add little pepper. Mix 1 egg with H cup
milk, add to peas; let It remain a few
minutes over the fire without bolting,
PEAS STEWED WITH LAMB.
Chop X pqiuid of lamb, cook slowly with
1 pint, qf green peaj in water to cover
until done. Season with butter, pepper,
salt nnd V4 teacup of cream.
NOVEL WAY'S OF SERVING PEAS.
Have freshly cooked, seasoned peas
hot. Make n nice light omelet, turn out
on platter and beforo folding over place
some of the peas on omelet, fold and
pour remaining peas over omelet and
servo at once. In the same manner
mushrooms, asparagus tips. Jelly or to
matoes may be used for variety.
Bread should bo 1 day old, sliced
very thin, crusts cut off nfter filling
nnd then cut triangular or heart Bhaped.
Various kinds of sandwiches are legion,
but If ono wants them made of meats
It does not nccessltato tho outlay for
meats If there are any left-overs of any
kind. Veal, chicken, Iamb, beef or any
thing left from tho Saturday or Sunday
dinner, can be minced, mixed with
mayonnaise, and an excellent, tasty Eand
wlch will result.
Cream cheese and pimento should bo
inciutiea in the list, because of their ex
cellent appetizing qunlltles. Spread layer
of cream cheeso on buttered bread, cover
with ringlets of pimento-stuffed olives
nnd another slice of thin, buttered bread.
Potato salad can be packed In wax
paper In a paper container, and on serv
ing place several tulip radishes on Indi
vidual plate and cut skin of red radish
to form tulip.
Sweet sandwiches Very nice are dates
mixed with rolled nuts and spread be
tween buttered bread. Any nice fruit
syrup mado of pineapple, strawberries,
oranges or lemons, separate or blended,
und placed In bottles. Is excellent when a
thermos bottle containing Ico is taken
nlong. Hot coffee should be In another
thermos bottle. Thus ample refreshing
drinks are to be had.
If one has a party of friends gathered
together this day It Is pleasant to servo
a dainty repast out on the lawn or open
veranda, If possible.
Decorate table with flags at corners and
red, white and blue candle shades. In the
centre of the table place bouquet of rid
peonies, white snowballs and blue flugs.
all of which are tn bloom and significant
of the day. Serve at each guest's place a
little tiny basket (either knit or of straw),
filled with hub flowers and tiny flag; In
the bottom of the basket place severil
Cream of Pea Souo
or Tomato Bisque tn Bouillon Cups
. Wafers Stuffed Olives
Fried Chicken on Cress Bed or Chicken Salad
Creamed Peaa Potato Salad
Strawberry, Vanilla and Grape Ice Cream
Sweets, Nuts and Black Coffee
The recipe for strawberry Ice cream
was given last week; vanilla Is known to
all. Following Is grapo recipe;
This Is as beautiful as It Is delicious.
Take one pint of rich cream; half pint of
milk, one cup of sugar and one cup of
grope Juice. Freeze, pack In a mold and
let tt stand for several hours before
serving, It will be delightfully flavored
and tinted a pretty violet. Have a brick
of each of the three flavors and cut
small sections of each, placing together
tho three sections. In ribbon style, for
each Individual, or the three may be
packed in Urge bricks together. This
makes a very pretty effect.
Make white cake of choice, put to
gether with strawberry marshmallow or
plain strawberry Icing with thick layers
of Icing between cake layers, giving the
effect of red and white stripes when cut.
Ice top and sides of cake with white
bclled icing or marshmallow and with
Fame of strawberry Icing In paper force
bag, start from centre of cake and make
red mrlpes to edge and down sides of
cake to plate, reserving space between
stripes on the side of the cake large
enough to place a star of crystallized
vloletc at Intervals to Bupply the blue
note, so as to allow one star on each
serving when cut. This cake can be
made the crowning effect of the whole
WHAT MAY HAPPEN
IN BASEBALL TODAY
Club. W, L. "Pet. Win. Lose,
Brooklyn .,..., 15
St. Louis 16
Pittsburgh .... 15
Boston .....,,. 15
Cincinnati .... 12
New York ,,,, 11
New York .
St. Louis .
W, L, Pet. Win, Lose.
Club, W. L. Pt. Win. Lose.
Pittsburgh .... 21 13 .618 .629 .600
Chicago 21 14 .600 .611 .583
Kansas City ..18 15 .545 .659 ,529
Newark 1 1 -543 .659 .628
Brooklyn .. 1 16 .500 ,519 .485
St. Louis 15 16 .484 .500 .469
Baltimore, ..... 19 21 .382 .400 .371
Buffalo ....... 11 22 ,33 ,553 ,324
PHILS AND ATHLETICS'
AB. .It. It.
TB, SB. P.C.
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Cravath ,,,,, lot
N ehnrr , SI
I.uderua ,,,,,. 5rt
Kllleter ........... 8S
Burns ,,,,.,.. in
I'xsk'rt ....,.,.,,, BS
R. H. TB. SB
ID 27 .12 4
21 .12 47 1
10 .It 41 4
10 17 20 4
(1 40 48 H
fi 20 30 O
l 2.1 21 a
10 10 22 1
.1 n it 0
4 11 1(1 o
n ,18 24 0
0 2 2 0
1 1 a 0
1 2 .1 O
Strunk .. 10:1
Mclnnls ,.,.,.,,.., (H
Barry ,, 117
IConf , 72
Lapp ,..,. ,10
McAxny , , .in
Walsh ,,,,, TO
Thompson , 10
McConnell ..,,,.,. in
Bostlck ,,,. 7
rhlllles. .1; Chicago, 0.
St. Louie, lit New York, 6.
Ilrookljn 5j Pittsburgh, 1.
Boston, .1) Cincinnati, 1.
Athletics, 0; Cleveland, 5.
Vashlnton, 8 Detroit, 4.
(Other games postponed,)
Kansas city, fli Newark, 5.
Brooklyn, 4i Pittsburgh,' 2 (first game).
Pittsburgh, fis Brooklyn. 4 (second game).
(Other games postponed.)
UnNNKIt, In loving remembrance of MAR
OARET B. HENNEn, who entered Into life
eternal May 2(1, into,
FMNN. In fend remembrance nf our dearly
beloved mother, ANNA T. FLINN (nee
Duckley), who passed away May 20, 1011.
ELLIOTT. Suddenly, on May 21, 1015,
CIIARLKS HAMILTON, son of the la'a
Joseph S. and Sarah M, Elliott, aged 57
Sears. P.elitlvea nnd friends, also members
of the Vesper Boat Club, are Invited to at
tend the funeral serMcei Friday afternoon,
nt ,1:,10 o'clock, at his lalo residence, 11211
Montgomery nc, Interment at South Laurel
, Hill Cemetery.
OftOTON. On May 25. 1015, Rev. WILLIAM
MANSFIELD QnOTON, S. T. D., dean ot
Phllauelphla DlWnlty School. In his Kith
j car. runernl services on Thursday, at 11;.10
a. m., at Holy Trinity Church. 10th nnd
Walnut sts. Interment at Westerly, n. I,
HUNTER. At his residence, Coolkcnny.
IIaerford, Pn on May 25, 1015, THUMAfJ
P. HUNTEn. lielathes and friends, also
employes of tho Acmo Tea Company, ato
Invltod to attend the funeral on Friday
morning, at" S.."o o'clock, from Ills lata real,
dence. 1S2(! south Itlttenhouso square. Sol
emn Requiem Mass nt St, Patrick's Church,
at 10 o clock. Interment private. Friends
may call Thursday ccnlng from 8 to 10
o'clock. ICIndly omit flowers,
KEKIt, At her residence. Trainer, Pa., on
May 24, 11115, IDA .MAY ELLIOTT, wife ot
William M, Kerr and daughter of the lato
William and Mary Elliott. Belatlven and
friends ale United to attend the funeral
services, Thursday, tho 27th Inst., at 2::i0
o'clock, at tho Tenth Presbyterian Churct,
17th and Spruco sts., Philadelphia, Pa. In
LEONARDS On May 23. 1015. at his lata
residence, :i20 R. 12th at., LEONARD M.
LEONARDS. Funeral services and Inter
NKIDE On May 25, 1015, ALICE, daughter
nf thu lato Joseph nnd Hcbccca Bhafer
Neldo. of Pottstonn, Pa, The relatives 'und
frtenda are InWted to nttend the funeral
sen lew nt her lato residence. .18-'l Chestnut
st., on Thursday, May 27, at 5:30 n. m.
Interment at Pottstown, Pa., on Friday upo.i
arrival of train leaving Broad Street fftatlon
nt 11.08 a. m.
SKI.IOMAN. On May 25, 1016. BERTHA,
daughter of Babettn and tho late Marcus
Bellgman, aged 12 sears. Relatives and
friends, also Spring Garden Council, Daugh
ters of Liberty, are Invited to attend tho
funeral services, on Thursday afternoon, at 2
o'clock precisely, at her late residence 715
N. 2d st. Interment at Adath Jcshurun
SIMONS On Monday, May 'M, 1915. MAR
GARET NAUDAIN SIMON), widow of M.
Laird Simons. Relatives and friends aro In
vited to attend the funeral services, Thurs
day afternoon. May 27, at 2 o'clock precisely,
at the residence of her son, Laird If. Si
mons, 3112 Baring st. Interment private.
STEWART. Suddenly, on May 25. 1015, S.
, BLANCHE, wlfo of David W. Stewart, axed
42 J ears. Relatives and friends are Invited
to attend the funeral services, on Friday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock precisely, at her lato
residence, 104 West Engle road, Oakmont,
Pa. Conveyances will meet Ardmore trolley
from CBth street, Interment private.
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DEATH NOTICES either paper
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HELP AND SITUATIONS WANTED
ADVERTISING IN THE PUBLIC LEDGER
MAY BE INSERTED IN THE EVENING
CHARGE. Wmi0UT ADDITIONAL
There Is a drug store near your
home that will accept Ledger want
ads at office rates.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Experienced roller, on all-tobacco clgarettea
Apply N, E. cor. 11th and Wharton ..?"
CLERICAL POSITIONS for
naviuir uv least two sears
in; rapid buslneia pennwnhlp eMentlal:
y 18. Apply, before 11 o'clock. , It th
fen'Mc J-"!"' l.hhVCo,m?
Employment Office, Curtis
pany, 7th and Sannom at,.
COOK, white, for downstairs work: assist
C2?Ji ,aniclH!nfer'raJdu a.nd altreM; two
L"t,'Larg.'roic;i - ri aamt """"v.
.7R050OmniS0.,OpuirhKr.t,?r5ri ""' A
aoVBRNESS, cultured. FrenohTSplSmT'
Piano; tactful: competent. Address Mrs I'
B. Krebs. 2217 qilpfn av... Wilmington. Del'
jii-x-E.iv in i countr
i'ER In a country home, four adultVTK
lly; rait be refined and a good nialn
it rets. Address W Lansaown. Pa
llnURmi'finif rinAA ....-. . ... - -
HOUSVORK-Colored girl; 2 In temily' ti
perweek.Tlephone Uerowntown M04 iF
.mustjdeep out.Ap. A, 4035 Chestnut c'
OPERATORS. exp.,oa ehlldreS'r"whte"dresseT
also ladles' waists. Altman. 214 8 12th t '
Paper novvK-v-w.ri.n..i i - S
PAPER BOXW-KxperlenceJ cov.rlnT
chine girl, wanted, steady work. iSa iSZ
all year around. Roxford knitting c-o i?f ?
dnlDh and Jefferson .( ai,u5JJ.C0' "
STENOG R A PI I ER-Must b quick and ..r
rate. U Sg, Ledger Central.4 " ""' accu"
WANTED bv an advert!. l. .
girl of nt and comely ippearanci
BJdg., Wedne'aday, Ma
jr o. at
y wt suiy
WANTED-Younr women to learn nursln-
uofc.T vv"". i an opportunity: annfl
iisli' education should poniii. iV -V ""-
education ahould eonsut of ot leiit 3
In high school or equivalent: courii in
jg 3 year, ta a mootU u glvio Srlt a
a and.M lherer tot ntdiUkiv'! J
penats. Tni hospital otfera a fine bonor
tunlty for thoae de.lrlnjr to enter thi nSraS,;
proteaaloo. Addrea, PJps. Ledger OfflcJ "
HELP WANTED TEMAI.B
WANTED A refined person, aermn..n.T7 "
to taket charge of one-year-oM bKkJ,nT'
. respectable family. C s. t2J2.. ?Br..rIl
WEAVnilB wanted on Broad .".(.. :
Clipper looma. Apply at of flea of .hL" "
. ford Mills, 8tentoPnP and Oo"??.got.!.h.; "ft-
i - ',, "..v. uuicr
KXPEHIBNCED white woman under as -ire
refe . for housework and plain cooift'n'l"
small fam. of adulte In Wyncole-i nXlV ln
Ployer Thursday morning at il"!
Room 230. Ledrcr llljt. l " "ock.
GENERAL homework, en. tirlt'famiiVr-'
wages i,v .Tenklntown. Meet emffoylr &
210. Public Ledger. Thursday atPA n m m
UKRMAN Ulltb or mlddle-nged woSSn7S
JSTrT&an'lM Under 2! "?&"
HEIiP WANTED MAI.E
BOY wanted for office of large manufacturing
company! good opportunity for bright ,51
active boy. Address In own handwrltla.
Central ""' f"nces. M ms.iXftb
CHAUFFEUR By physician young whits
man! to live In house: $10 ani board! givt
references Box 121, Wynnewood. Pa. "
ITIRST-CI.ASS JOINERS wanted at Newrm
porn'va.'" Dry DocM?
MAN AND WIFE, experienced, as i,ni.
tor and housenoman, to clean work,
rooms ard parlors In dressmaking estab.
llshmenti must understand hot-water
heating; strictly temperate persons re-
quired i own apartments supplied,
ADDRESS M 750, LEDGER CD
rA,,NL1J?s.r' too painters and 1 helper. A
. rly 5.130 Yocum st., West Philadelphia.
PIPI) CUTTER wanted In sleamflltlng supply
house! man experienced In cutting and thread.
ins j'ljra wiui power macnine, Apply to Hun.
ter & Dickson Co ,215 Arch st.
SIN CAPABLE MEN, between 2.1 and .15. ffi
terestcd In Christian work: n splendid opcir.
tunlty for service nnd advancement. Add1
4 p. m . 727 Walnut at,, Room 3 " T
WANTED Four high-class salesmen to sell
gne appliances, Apply 0 a. m, Slonday, us
Federal St., Camden,
A ANTLD Competent mechanics In plaster,
stucco, cement, stono nnd wood carving ana
general mason work by large concern run on
prom-sharing, co-operative basis; good wage,:
state age, trade, elc. L 520. Ledger Offlcs
WANTED Two llnotypo operators! permanent
positions. Darby Printing Co , 000-7-0 E st.
N. W Washington. D. C.
WANTED Men to make novelties at home:
exp. unnecessary. AddrcBa C 313, Led. Office.
WEAVERS wanted on Broad Knowles and"
Clipper looma. Apply nt office of the Brad.
ford Mills. Stenton nnd Godfrey aves., Gtn
VICTOR TALKING .MACHINE COStPANx1 M
hub vacancies lor
Woodworking machine hands
Physical examination necessary. Apply Vlc
tor Talking Machine Co., application office,.
Delawaro aye, and Market St., Camden, N. J,
MARRIED WltlTE MAN, general work small
farm, house: $.10 per month. 'C. M, Wain,
Westtown Station, Pa
LRIOIIT BOY wanted In real estate office. Ad
dress, pan handwriting, P 43a, Ledger Office.
Pa., U. S. A,,
May 22, 1015
Ledger Central Office.
Kwant to thank very sincerely for your
hind and generous efforts sou havo put forth
In securing me a very desirable position
through sour Commercial Registry Bureau.
I had been a consistent advertiser, In the
"Situation Wanted" column of sour paper,
and I roallzo that It pay, to advertise.
Again thanking you very kindly, I beg to
Very truly sours,
b. n. m.
P. S. Mr. Hunt,
Am getting along fine; am very pleastd
with the position 1 cannot thank sou enough
for sour kindness. Have been awfully busy.
Will stop In at my flrst opportunity,
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
ADVERTISING WRITER Woman with news
paper, department store and publication house
experience secka new connection! good or
ganizer and systematlzcr, executive ability,
Jnltla tlv e. 13 (112, Ledger Central.
BOOKKEEPER nnd stcrosrapher: (1 years'
experience: cnpablo of taking charge of office
or secretarial work. E (157. Ledger Central.
BOOKKEEPER and atcnoiraphcr, 4 years' ex
pcrlencoi energetic, n 353, ledger Central.
CHAMBERMAID, exp. In hotel work, wishes
position, cltv or seashore. 212.1 Arlington st
CHAMOERWORK English Prot.: best rels.
Apply 10 to 12. 41, W Winona aye.. Otn.
CHAMBERWORK and waiting, experienced
white girl, test ref Call ISO Pine st.
CHXMBERMAID or waitress, colored, desires
position to go away; flrst-clasa references.
251S S, Lambert.
CHAMBERWORK and waiting; experienced
and capablo: good reference. L 015. Led. Off.
CHILDNURSE experienced and capable, for 1
child! Prot.: beat refn I. 60.1. Ledger Office.
CHILDNURSE. S'oung girl, experienced with
children; best reference. L U10. Led. Off. .
CHI f.DNURSE Capable Protestant: Infant or
older child. L CIS, Ledger Office.
CLERK Good penman, quick at figures;
years' experience. E 1B5, Ledger Central.
COACHING In Latin, German, algebra and
grade work. Phone Chestnut Hill mil w.
COMPANION to elderly lady or mother's help
er; fond of children. C 40S, Ledger Office.
COOK and chambermaid, Protestants, wish
positions together: first-class reference
Main Line or seashore. Write or call 2031
COOK, flrst -class. Prot , wishes position, moun
tains or seashore; good reference, 327 Aubrey
road. Phone 580 Ardmore
COOK Experienced: best reference: out of
city. Can bo Interviewed Room 230, Public
Ledger, between lu a. m 11 a. m.
COOK, chambermaid and waitress, two women.
with reference; suburbs; away for summer.
E 841. Ledger Central.
COOK wishes place ln country; good cooX
reference. 2118 Lombard at.
COOK. German. English-speaking girl, wishes
position. IK15 Nectarine st. (bel. SnT.Cardenl.
COOK wants nlace: country preferred: refer
ence. Call at 2054 Pine st. .
COOK or cooking and downstairs work: young
German Protestant. L 020. Ledger Office. .
COOK, good, wlahea seashore orclty suburb;
pest rererence. miv i'lno.
COOK, experienced, want, position: no wja-
ing. i.aii vn re. ni.
GIRL wishes chamberwork and wlu?,0.r
housework. Apply caro of Mrs. W. Lewis,
Box TB. Haverford. or pnone jvroinoro 11-
OIRL wishes chamberwork or chamberwork
and waiting: best reference: Oermantown
prererrea. wioi, lacoma st.. uBniwum"".
GIRU colored, neat, young, desire, asssuni
nouseworK or nursing. 1 none nan"r .
GIRL wants downstairs work and cooking.
5814 Lfna i,. ucrmaniown.
GOVERNESS or companion, young woman. .10.
rinnateri nnd musical, desire, position from
June It experienced In education and Physical
care of children: willing to travel: reliable
refef-encea required and given,
1W, iUKcr w,,,i.c
GOVERNESS, trustworthy, North German, re
liable In full charge: 4 years' reference.
Write Governess. (121 N. 17th at.
GOVERNE8S-N0. Oer., Eng Frch., Hw'
visiting or res. Dleck. phone Wal. 7178 w.
HOUSEWORK Settled woman, with good
mfrncAs. Call 1817 Ranstead ,t.
HOUSEWORK Girl want, tyace.
country, m- . j.otn.
INFANT'S NURSE, thoroughly experienced;
nignest rererence. u nn. i-cug- w....
LADY, closing housa. would like vca CcrS
maid, about June 1: copk and waltres,: w
erence. 130 S. 23d st,
LADY'S MAID-Young per. Prot.t comp.1 gd
seamstress; embroidering. L elaLeilHi.
LAbY'8"MAID or comp.: thor. comp.; god
sewer; best ref. P 631. Ledger Office. .
LIGHT chambwk. and walt'g.: Prot.i good ;.
327 Aubrey rd.. Wynnewood. ArdmoreJWj
MAID WANTS position to travel; exceiiem
references. Apply liai wiinui.
MAMAOINC1 HOUSEKEEPER or) moiner.
helper; capable, useful; Protestant woman.
I mo. iiagi
NURSE, German, exp., wlahea js.. """'7 r
seashore; beat rate, E SW. Ledger Central.
NURSERY GOVERNESS, Swlsa. speaking Oer
man, French. English. Call-up Mra. I La '
BoReaUX. pnnmijnrirnMlltr 3t8.
PROTESTANT ruald and seamstress, under
atanda dressmaking, embroidery, fine jewing,
food packer and traveler; good rier,nc'
hone Cornwall,. 153 W,
STENOGRAPHER. CORRESPONDENT, SEC
RETARY. WISHES POSITION OP BE
SPON8IBiLlTY AND REQUIRING fcX-CETOONAuVbII-ITY,
PERIENCED AND CAPABLE OP HAND
LINO CORRESPONDENCE INDEPEND
ENTLY. C 314. LEDOBR OFFICE
STENOailAPHRR-Yoving lady would IIM jo
iltlon where neatness and accuracy a s SP
preclateu. moderate salary, rsferenca. H 111,
STENOGRAPHER - Expert, '?"?"
rapid; Bvri experience, well fducated. nor.
afraid or work, m ih uour v ..
BTENOaRAFHEJl-Eipert typist desires worle
tab. done at horn, evening, at ,"''
price. xMt ci- wm 4w. ' "-T .
charga of oaice g 355, Ledger Central
At secretary E?55' Ledger Central
bkjf lot accural, willing E 158, Ledg. Cent.
6TENOURAPHKR and ol- assistant '-
xp. thoi knowl of bkkp all Led Oir.
WAITiNO pr' chambermaid 0'H !
referent. L OIL Ldgr Otttca.