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LAZAR R E
By MARY IIARTWELL CATHERWOOD
iw Prnch notlcmen. drlrtn.out Jurlng tlie
MIution. lire In Enm.nd In 1TB3. A pariy
mnt tn Urt for America ducuiere little
Chllil. who la the Dauphin, lielr to the
llnnn. tuppotrd to be dead. Ilia guardian
lave, hltn away to America. ...
Tlie narrative Ihon neglna again wlin
ri'mlnlaTncra of a chlld'a life among tho
indljna 'antl vaguer memorlea of Vrance.
nivlng, the child tlruck a rock, and waa
retcued by a doctor, eurgeon to Count on
rhaumonu The Loy'a guardian, who ray"
he la hlH fathtr, an Indian named Thomta
wllllain. cornea for lilm. hut the doctnr
refuae to give him up. The hoy runa
away, and. meeting with a Frenchwoman,
arKa to her. Hho courteilca to mm and
call him 'Sire." Tho motion recall
many things lo him, particularly the family
or Do Fcrrler, whom ho had met In I.ng
land yeara before. Kagle de Kcrrler rec
ognliea Jha boy a tho dauphin, heir to
the throne ut France. The boy goe back
with hla "father." the Indian.
Luter the boy reecuea a man nnd woman
and la again rrcognlted hi the Dauphin
by lime, Tank and the do Cliaumonti. al
though the latter pretend to iiubelteva.
None tho Iraa they offer to keep the boy
and to teach him. The boy nka hla aup
poted mother whether he la really her
TS' IT truo that tho chief U not my
bho mndo no nnsWer.
"Who ends money to bo spent on me
Still she made no answer.
"If I am not your Bon, whoso son am
In tho sllenco I turned to Skoneclonk.
"Isn't my name Luzurro Williams,
"you are called Lazarre Williams."
"A woman told mo last night thnt It
wad not my name, nveryone denies me.
No ono owns me and tells whose child
I am. Wasn't I born at St. KcbIs?"
"If you were, there Ih no record of your
birth on the rcclstcr. The chiefs other
children havo their blrtlm recorded."
I turned to my father. Tho desolation
of bclnn cut off and left with nothing
but the suesses of strangers overcame)
me I sobbed no the hoarse choko echoed
tn tho-cabln, Skcnedonl: opened his arms.
and my father and mother let ,mo lean
on the Oneida's shoulder.
I have though slnco that they" resented
with stoical pain his taking their whlto
6n from them. They both stoofltrfaverely
reserved, passively loosening tllb 'filial
All the business of Ufa was suspended,
as when there Is death In tho lodge.
Skenedonk and I Bat down together on a
"Lazarre," my father spoke, "do you
Want lo be educated?"
The things we pine for In this world
are often thrust upon us In a way to
choke us. I had tramped miles, storm
ing for the privileges that had made
George Croghan what he was. Fate In
stantly picked me up from unendurable
conditions to set mo down where I could
crow, and I squirmed! with recoil from tho
I felt crowded oyer the edge of a clllt
and about to drop Into a valley of rain
bows, "Do you want to live in Do Chaumont's
house and Jearn hla ways?"
My father, and mother had been silent
when I questioned them. It was my turn
to be silent.
"Or would you rather atay as you aro?"
"Ho. father," 1 answered, "I want
The camp had never been dearer. I
walked among: the Indian children when
the evening" Urea wera llgnted, und the
children looked at me curiously as ut an
alien. Already my people had cut me off
"What I learn I will come back and
teach you." I told the young men and
women of my own age. They laughed.
"Vou are a fool, Lazarre. There Is a
good home for you at St. 'Regis. If you
fall sick In De Chaumont's houve who will
"Skenedonk is my friend," I answered.
"Skenedonk would not stuy where he
r tying you. When tho late freezes you
will be mad for snowshoes and a sight
of the St. Lawrence."
"Perhaps so. But we ara not made
alike. Do not fprget me."
They gave me beltB and garters, and I
distributed among them all my Indian
property. Then: as If to work a charm
which should keep me from breaking
through the circle, they joined hand, nnd
danced around me. I went to every cabin
half ashamed of my desertion, yet un
speakably cravlne a, blessing. Tho old
people variously commented on the meas.
ure. their wise eyes seeing- the change
In one who had been a child rather than
a young man among them.
If the wrench from the village was
hard, the induction Into the manor wag
harder. Skenedonk took; me In his boat,
skirting the long strip of mountainous
shore which separated us from De Chau
mont He told me Da Chaumont would rwrmlt
my father to pay no more than myexact
"Do you know who sends the money?"
l I Inquired.
The Oneida did not knqw. it came
tntaugh an agent in Kw Yerk.
"You are year alrtsr than I am. You
must reBwmiMr vry well when I waa
"How can that bT' answered 8ke
datik 'Nobody in the tribe knows when
you were, born."
"Arm children not (Ike the young of
otear creature-? Whr dkt I aume
"Tm came to th tribe with a man.
and cttlaf WUllacaa admted you."'
"Did ou see t laan!"
"Nn I was omits other Bid a of the
ocean, lo France "
"Who saw hlm?
"Noa of our people. But It Ut very
well known. f you had noticed any.
IhJiitf you would have heard the story
What Skenedonk said was true. I
asLcd him. brwliocred- "Why did I never
The Oneida tapped hiB bald bead
"Wben I M uu Hiat vyu were not
lb big (iv ish ataku,x ,ia ihat
i toi 'iu would .U ti'iin un
n i.! .uuast. l' mii. 'uuhi tLbuui of ,
on aits) nr Biuvintf ettept when food j
put la vour hand As you arew ;
i iki iti4rrii dia?.i you siitoutf j
i ij u!4r Yuu lMrn.,a t nab atnd
Copyright by tho llobba-Mtrrlll Company
hunt nnd slm; and know us, nnd began
lo tnlk our language. Now nt Inst you
nro fully roused, and are going to lenrn
tho knowledge there Is In hooks."
I asked Skenedonk how he himself had
liked b?uks, nnd he shook his ln-nd, mll
ing. They wcro good for white men,
very good. An Indian had little use for
them. Ho could rend and wrlto and
cast accounts. When ho made his great
Journey to tho far country whnt Inter
ested him most wns tho behavior of the
Wo did not go Into the subject of his
travels nt that time, for I began to
wonder who was going to tench mo books,
nnd heard with surprlso that It wns Doc
"Out I struck him with tho llttlo knlfo
that springs out of n box."
Skenedonk assured mo that Doctor
Chantry thought nothing of It. nnd thcro
wns no wound but a scratch. Ho looked
on me as his pupil. IIo know all kinds
Evidently Doctor Chantry liked me from
the moment I showed tight. His Anglo
Saxon blood wns stirred. Ho received
mo from Skenedonk, who shook my hand
nnd wished mo well before paddling
Do Chnumont's houto wns full as a hlvo
around the three sides of Its flowered
court. A ball was In preparation nnd all
the guests hnd nrrlved. Avoiding these
gentry wo mounted Btnlrs toward the
ruof nnd came into a hurst of Bplendor.
As fur as the oyo could see through
square east and wcHt wlmlnwu. tin.
broken forests stretched to the end of
tho world, or LHko Oeorgo wound, sown
thick with Islands, ranging In size from
mere rocks supporting n tree, to wooded
The room which weaned me from ab
original llfo was at tho top of the ccn-
uui iiunuing. Doctor unantry shuffled
over the elenn oak floor nnd Introduced
mo to my appointments. Thero were cur
tains like frost work, which cnuld be
pushed back from tho square panes.
At ono end of the huge apartment was
my huge bed, formldnblo with hang
ings. Near It stood a table for tho
toilet. Ho opened a closet door In the
wall nnd showed a spiral staircase going
down to n tunnel which led to the lake.
For when De Chaumont Ihst came into
the wilderness nnd built the central houso
without Jts wings, ho though it well to
have a secret way out, as his chateau In
tho old country had.
"The tunnel Is damp," Bald Doctor
Chantry. "I never venture Into It,
though nil the corner rooms below give
upon this stairway, and mlno Is Just
It was like returning inn n. i. t
use in my own accustomed wnv. li-or n,
remainder of my furniture I had a study
table, a cupboard for clothes, some arm
chairs, a case of books, and a mnsslvo
fireplace with chimney scats at the end
of the room opposite the bed. ,
I asked Doctor Chantry, "Was nil this
made rendy for mo beforo I was suro of
"When the count decides that a thing
will bo done It Is usually done." said
my schoolmaster. "And Mndame de
terrier was very active In forwarding
The Joy of youth In .the unknown was
before me. My old camp life receded be
Madame do Terrier's mlssal-book lay on
tho table, and when I stopped before It
tongue-tied. Doctor Chantry said I was
to keep It,
i"Sfche. 8'ves,t t0 vou- was treasured
In her family on account of personal
Cathoj c. she was brought up as good n
Protestant as any English gentlewoman."
I told her It was my mother's. It
seemed to be my mother's. Hut I don't
know-I enn't remember."
..My..mastcr ,20kfl1 at Ule rnlaaal. and
tfn!; "," a flne nec"nen of lllumlna-
.. .- . """- 'uwmu nie was so
changed that I found it hard to refer
to the lancet. This, however, very
naturally followed his examination of my
head. He Bald I had healthy blood, ad
tentlon. The pink cono ut the tip of his
nose worker In a whimsical grin as he
heard my apology. "
"It Is not often you will make the
medlclno man take his own remedy, my
tJV'.V began our relation with the
best feeling. U has since appeared that
L1E.V blM""K J.? Doctor Chantry. My
educa on gave him something to do.
For although he called himself physician
to Count d. Chaumont. he had no re
occupation In the house, and dabbled wUh
poetry, dozing among books. De Chau.
mont was one of those large men who
gathsr , the weak. HI, older 8
had come to America, with his father
and were attached a. kindred, a natural
cffumli Vk8 D0Ct0r Cna,,,ri' took ?o De
Chaumont as means of support; and it
was pleasing to both of them
My master asked me, when I wanted to
,?,'" my tudies, and I said, "Now "
., Vat,!Iown.al lne tabl' a"l I Earned
'bi"" i alphabet, some phrMuVVf
;". ,a.lk' BOm Wlntr. and trl.ed
my first characters in a copybook. With
consuming desire to know. I did not want
to lav off at dusk. j 'that high JoZ
day lingered. The doctor was fretful for
his suppw before, w ro ,rom ouru,'a,
f ,. Th" whl h8" tl i air of
fwilvtty. pootor Cfeantry a.k.d ml ?o
wait In a lowar corridor wblU be road
coma chana In hU drM.
I sat down on a broad window UI, and
OemolMlle do Chawnoflt Uartad around a
SSiJr, . and bar MofcsT h
aad tbm began to danea away to the ou
poalte dlre.tloii with stur Uaui, as a
lamb do tn springtime
I saw aha w in pain or trouble, need
ing a servant, and md haste to roach
hn when he hid her rai-e on both areas
agahiai the wall
Uo off' ' sba Uane "-B-n! tK off'
I hvnt ftoythlB,: oui-Don't go oaf!
unn roy door for dm quick! bf or aay
Uw1 rl iosam Uat tb hail I"
j t iy.. ... ---- '-w i'ifi ' : 1 1 -y -
..iV . Wj. tftC?S9V , ' tllifift V . J7 &
m u.TmftjrzrGA. , tfjuBf,,.. v ,.j j
,ui.aV' - i 1 - - v-aife.-V.
showed me. It hnd a spring catch, nnd
she had stepped Into tho hall (o see If
tho catch was set.
"Tho cntch was set!" gasped Mademoi
selle tic Chnumunt. "Ilrenk tho door got
It open anyway Quick!"
By good fortune I hnd strength enough
In my shoulder to hot tho door wldo oft
Its spring, and sho flew to tho inlddlo
of tho room, slamming It In my fnce.
Fitness nnd unfitness required nicer dis
crimination than tho crudo boy from the
woods possessed. When I saw her In tho
ballroom sho hnd very llttlo moro on
than when I saw her In tho Hal 1, nnd
that little clung tight around her llgurc.
let eho looked qulto unconcerned.
After wo had eaten supper Doctor
Chantry and I sat with his sister whero
wn could sec the dnnclng, on a lauding'
of tho stairway. Do Chnumont'H generous
houso was divided across tliu mlddlo by
a wlda hall that mndo nn excellent bnll
room. The sides wcro paneled. Ilko tho
walls of tho room In which I llrst enmo
to my senses. Caudles In sconces were
reflected by the polished dark lloor. A
platform for his tiddlers had been bul't
at one end. Festoons of green wcro car
tied from n cluster of lights In tho ecu
tro of tho ceiling to tho corners, making
a bower or ennopy under which the
It is strang( to think that not ono
stone remains upon another, and scarcely
.i trac Is left of this manor. When De
Chnumunt determined to remove to his
ieat nt Lo Rnyville, In what was then
colled Castorland, he had his first hold
Miss Chantry was a blunt woman. Her
consideration for mo rested on my being
her brother's pupil. Sho spolco moro
readily than he did. From our covo wo
looked over tho railing at an nctivo
"Madame Eagle Is a picture," remarked
Ml(.s Chantry. " Eagle!"
"What a name for civilized people t3
glvo a christened child! Hut these French
aro ns likely an not to cull their boys
Anne or Marie, and.lt wouldn't burprlso
mo If they called their girU (Jul or Uug.
Eaglo or Crow, she Is tho randstimest
woman on tho floor."
"Except Mademoiselle Annabel," the
doctor ventured to amend
"That Annabel do Chnumont," his sis
ter vigorously declared, "hna neither con
Bclenco nor gratitude. Hut nana of tho
French have. They will lake your best
and throw you away with a laugh. '
My master nnd I watched tho brilliant
figures swimming In tho glow of wax
caudles. Fuco after face could bo sin
gled out ns beautiful, and tho tennt
dresses revealed taper forms. Madamo
do Fcrrlcr's garments may have been
white or blue or yellow: I remember only
her satin arms nnd neck, tne rosy color
of her faco. and tho powder on her hair
making It white ns down. Whero this
assembly was collected from I did not
know, but it acted on the splrlld nnd
went like volatile cssenco to tho brain,
"i'heugh!" exclaimed Mue c'huntry.
"how tho Fiencli smell!"
I asked her why, If she ilutchted them
po, she lived In a French fai.iiiy, und sho
replied that Count do Chnumunt was nu
exception, being almost English In his
tastes. He had lived out of France since
his father came over with Lafayette to
help tho rebellious Americans-.
I did not know who tun rebellious
Americans wcro. but Inferred that thoy
were people of whom Miss Chantry
thought almost as llttlo as she did of tho
Crognnu looked qulto n boy among so
many experienced gallantf,, but well .1,1
polnten In his dress und stepping through
the figures featly. He was. Miss Chantry
aid, a student of 'William and Mary Col
lege. "This company of gentry will bo widely
scattered when it disperses home," sho
told us. "Thero Is at leatt ono man
I thought of the drlgnon and Tank
families, who wero probably on the road
to Albany. Miss Chantry bespoke her
"Thcro he Is."
"Who?" tho doctor Inquired.
"Ills highness," tghe Incisively re
sponded, "Prlnco Jerome Bonaparte."
I remembered my father had auld that
Bonaparte was a great soldier In a far
off country, and directly asked Mlsa
Chantry if the great soldier wbb In the
She breathed a snort and turned upon
my master. "Pray, you are teaching this
lad to call that Impostor the great bn
dler?" Doctor Chantry denied the charge and
cast a weak-eyed look of surprise at me.
I said my father told me Uonaparto
was a great soldier, and begged to know
if he twten deceived.
"Oh!" Mian Chantry responded In a
tone which slighted Thomas "William.
"Well! I will tell you facts. Napoleon
Bonaparte is one of the worst and most
dangerous men that ever lived lie sets
the world by tho ears, and carries war
viouia America lint vary
progreulye. The Llama has
been carrying lumber down
ho Andes Mountains for fj
itunareus or years.
Not tho game Llama, but the
Edward F.Henson& Co. vl
M SlrmUroi Luubcr- and Jtmtcr
fjfiw M H1UUTW. 1'fali, M
.""" I. s ' La
Into every country of Europe. Thnt Is his
youngest brother yonder thnt atipcrllno
gallant, In tho long-tailed white silk coat
doun to his heels, and whlto small
clothes, with diamond buckles In his
shoes nnd gland laco stock nnd rulllcs.
Jerome Bonaparte spent Inst winter In
Baltimore; and they say lin Is traveling
In lhi north now to forget a charming
American that Napoleon will not let him
marry. He lias got his name In tho news
papers of the day, nnd so has tho young
lady. Tho French consul warned her of
ficially. For Jeiomi- Bonnpnrlo mny bo
mndo a llttlo king, with other relations
of your great soldier."
Tho young man who might bo mada n
llttlo king wits not as largo ns I wits my
self, and had u dclicnlo nnd womanish
cut of countenance. I Raid ho was not
lit for a king, and Miss Chantry retorted
thnt neither wns Napoleon fit for an em
peror. "What Is nn emperor?" I Inquired.
"A chief ovrr kings," Doctor Chqntry
put In. "Honnpurto Is a conqueror and
can set klngB over tho countries ho has
Sick Sinn Commits Suicide
Joseph Covington, CO ycura old, of Lex
ington nvfuuc, Eddyalone, died In tho
Chester Hospital Into last night, several
hours after ho had shot himself In tho
hcjd. Tho police bcllcvo ho becamo des
pondent over a long lllncAB, which, they
say, compelled him to glvo up his posi
tlqn at the Eddystonc Print Works, whero
he hnd been employed for moro than -5
CKO.MMIi;. In loving remembrance of my
husband. WIM.IAM D. CltOMMIi:, who de
parted this life Auguat 18, 11111. WH'IJ.
HAKIMS. In loving remombrance of our
father, ISAAC IIAHIIIS. who died Auguat
18- IMS. HIS C1IILDHC.N.
AUSTIN. Suddenly, on Auguat IB, 1015, UD
WAItU C. AUSTIN. Funeral services Wed
nesday, nt 2 p. in., ut bis late residence, U'JM
lUrlnu' tl. Interment private.
AVItTON. On August 14, 1015. IIAHIIY,
huebund of Sarah Ayrtnn. HelatUea and
friend, nlao I.oyul Order of Moose. No. SI.
nnd Steamntlera Union, No. 41'0, are Invited
in attend funerul services, on Thursday after
noon, at 2 o'clock, nt hla lain reKldin?n. 1.11
S. Uucknoll at. Interment Mt. Morlah Ceme
tery, itemnlns may be lewod on Wednes-d.i.-
evening, between 8 and 10 o'clock.
111)1 i:ii On August 18, 1U15, at his lato
rmitdenio. 80 I:. Duval at , Geruiantown,
llm. SIMON K husband of Iluiiunh Kun
'ln.ll llujtr, aged -1.1 years. Duo nuilce of
luueral will Iju gltell.
lllt.l)l.i;v. Suddenly, on August 17, 1015,
JAMha !'., husband of tho l.ue Lucy Ilrad
iey (ma coni-oy), aged 51 jenrs. ltelutltiu
snd irlends, also loosku Lodge, Order
Shepherds uf ncihlet.cm, also the employea
or Cdwtn II. Fitter Ilcpo Works, aro Invited
to attend tho funeral on Fr!du, at 8 a. m.,
from hla into iculdciuc. 2u;s Pratt at.,
Iirldesburg. Solemn High Mum at All Saint'
I'huren, tt 0 a. m. sharp. Interment ut
1IIIASS. On August 10. una, JAiJOIl, son
uf the lato John ci. mid Mary Urasa, in ids
Slat year. Lato residence, dt:o Ilcnner at.,
v Isslnomlng. Duo notke of tho funvral Kill
C.Ml'lli:i,T,. At Burlington, N. J on Au
gust II,. 1013, LAUHA II.. widow of UtoiKO
II. Campbell and daughter u: Jacob nnd
Mary A. Zimmerman, in her 40th year. Hel
atlns and trlomU aro Invited to attend tho
funaral from tho resldeiico of her patents,
tin Talbot at., llurlliigton, N. J., on Wtdnea
day, at 7 i :. m. Interment at Cedar II III
Cemetery, Frankfurd, l'a. Itcinuliin may be
Hoi.ni in iiiu i.t'iui!it.ary iiiapei ai ..ill i. m.
CAltVKU. On August 17, 1015, FRANK C.
husband of Mary L. Carver (ne MLarr,
.ibc.1 41 cara. Relatives ami friends, aUo
Washington camp. No. 515. 1. O. S of A.,
und employes of the M 1'. Uould Company,
mo Iniltod to attend the funeral, on Frlda.
at 1 : Jii p in., from bis lute leslditice, 40
Vlnoua avo., Norwood, l'a, Scivli.cs ut
Kinar.ucl Lutheran church at 2 p. m. Inter
iiunt priwitc. Friends may view tliu remains
on Thiirad.-.y, from 7 to u . in.
CI-IXTON On August ID, 1015, ut Wash
ington, WILLIAM IILHN CLAXTON. In
terrel In Alexandria, Va., Tuesday.
CI.UIK.-On August HI, 1013, at her late
residence, lt-flu N. Marvlna at., lHtllKILT.
widow of 1'atrli.k Clark. Relatives and
friends are lulted to attend funeral, un
Tbursda;,. nt h.,10 a. nu. from tho residence
of her son-in-law, Thomas Clarey, IS'.".' N.
4th at. SoKnin lllnli lUes at Our I-idy of
Mercy Church ut 10 a. p.. Interment lloly
Sepulchre Cemetery. Autainocllo funeral.
CUOWLKV. On August 15 1015. JOHN,
husband of Mary Crowley (nee Learyi. Rela
tlM and friends, also Holy Nome Society of
St. John the llaptlst Chunh, aro Invited to
attend funeral, on Thursday, from his late
residence. 4'U.I Terruie at., Manuyunk, at
S.:iO a. in. High Masa at St. John the llap
tlst Church at 10 a. m. Interment West
iUII.lli:!lT. On August 10, 1013, THOMAS
M., liuslMiid of l:hnu It. dultticrt ami ton oi
tho late Nicholas und Charlotte Uullberi
Funeral private, from his lato residence
Woodlvn ave., 'l"rooiir, Montgomery County'
l'a., on Thursday, at 3 p m. Interment pil
vate. DOM.. On August 13. 1015, IJMZAMCTII,
wlfo or Frederick O. Doll, dauiiluer of lltu
jamln and Mary Soank, In her Wth year.
IteUtlve and friends are Invited to attend
funeral service, on Thursday, at s p. m , at
her lata resident. Hl'-'T Ilegermau at., Wa
sli'imlng. Interment Magnolia Cometary
Frlenda may call Wednesday, from 7 to 0
KI.I.IS. On Aurust lfl, 1B1H. JOHN A
Kl.I.IS. Sr.. lUlatlvea and frlnr1 -i. n.
ahamlny Tribe. No. 28. I. O. It. M . Ka.t Knd
Court. No. Oa. F. of A.; Cieorce Washlnglon,
IlelUnc and Vigilant eaily IlenfflcUl Aa-
inu vigiiani i eariy nenrrlcUl Aa-
ar Invited to attend the funeral
n Friday, at 2 p. in., precisely, at
ildnc 2ICII Souib Percy st. In-
Tnl-i lata rsflldenc
twtnent private. Friend may call Thursday,
EVANS. On August 14. 1015. JACOB MK
SEHTER KVAN8 (formerly of tlarrettford.
l'a.), tmsband of Emma Evans and son of
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the lute Andrew and Ha r nil Btnns. Relatives
nnd frlenda nro Invited to attend the fuheral
services, Thursday afternoon nt 1 o'clock, at
tho apartments of Oliver It. U.tlr, 18'JU
Chestnut at. Interment private.
EII'i;. Suddenly, on August 16, 1015,
HARRY, son ut Hnrry nuu Joacphlno C,'-,
nnoil 10 j cars. Relatives and Irienda urn In
vited to intend tho funeral, un Thursday nri
ernoon, nt !i o'cloik. from bis ii.miits nsl
denco, 110 N. tirlanni at. IntiTiiant at Foiii
rOWI.IRL At Moorestown, N. J nu Au
gust HI, 101.1, MARV o widow of Nathan II.
Fowler. Relatlte nnd frlenda, also Winona
Lodge, No. 51. I), of It., ara Invited tu attend
funeral, on Thursday, nt 2 p. m., from her
lato residence, .1 E. Main St., Moorestown,
N, J. Friends may call Wednesday, from 7
to 0 p. m. I'rlvnto Interment, Colestown
ritKNCIL Suddenly, on August 15. 1015,
MATTlllLU 11, eon of Dnktr C. nnd Mnr
gnrot A. French. Relatives 'and friends nro
Invited to attend fiinrrnl, on Friday, nt 1
p. in., from hla tinrcnla residence, 25 Reck
st. Interment IVrnwood Cemetery.
HATCH. On AugUHt 15, 1015, EDWIN S, D,
HATCH, aged 37 oara. Duo notlco of tho
Mineral win Lo given, from hla lato residence.
1W7 Wallaeo st.
HAYES. On August 15, 1015, FRANK" T.
husband of Roberta K. llaes. Dun umbo or
funeral will be -hen, from the funeral uar
Inrs of William II Chew, in!S Federal st
HRATON. On August 1(1, 1015, ANNA, wld
i'W of James llenton. IteUtlvi-a nnd
menus ,-iiso the einplovea or tliu Herman
town Ito-Meil Mill, nre lin In-d lo uttend
tho funeial eertlrci on Thuradiiy, nt 2 p. m
at Kicplman'ii Chipel, ;n;n Kenalnglnn avo.
Interment at Oakland Cemetery. Itemulna
may be viewed Wednesday attir 7 p m.
llENIIIIirKS. In Reading, l'a.. on 14th
Inst.. JESSE HENDRICKS, formerly of
North wales. Itelntlves and frlenda are In
vited to attend tho funeral nt the Lutheran
Church, Tr.ippe, on Thuraday, at 1 !M a. in.
Interment In adjoining comotcrj.
IIETTI.KII.-Un August III. 1015. MAROA.
lll-.r. lle of John Hcttler llcltleH and
ftlends ure Invited to nttend the funeral
cmrcs on '1 lliirsilnv, at 2 p. in. nt her
.in- rraiuciu-p, ih.,'1 ivonoiK si. Inter
Vale, lit I'Jni thivni1 I'.Mni.iu
IIINDS. Suddenly, nt Atlantic i.Mti, N. j
un Auaust lo, llil.l. jriSKl'III.NK M UINDm!
iRe.1 ,T '-nis Itelntlves nn.l friends are In
vited to attend the funeral i-irvlrcs on
'""day. at 2 p m . at her late residence,
.. f-.nrth llth st. Interment at Mount Ver
,I,,.).'J'V.,AN- n August 1.1. 1015. FttAN
C1S v., husband of Ellabeth Hnrahan (nee
tihaw). i,on of James mid Maiv Ilnrnhnn
Helatlves nnd friends, nl-,, emplnven of the
I'ullman Company, und the l.eigue of the
Sacred Heart nf St Mb hael's I'liuri'h. are
Invited to uttend the ruiieral. nn Thursdnv,
at S:"0 n m., from his iiuients' le-ildenee.
1171 crease at. Solemn Requiem Maas at St
Mlcluitl's Church, at V a. m. Interment at
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
HOUSTON. On AllBUSt 1.1. 1015, WILLIAM
1'AVNTKIl lUlfHTON, huabund of Margal'
Ifouitnn nice rYawtoid) llclntlto" end
fVb nds. Hleo I.ndKe Ni, 2. K and A. M .
Mellta chapter R A .. No 2S4. St. Albans
, ,-, hi.
i immaii'ieo. .-,i it, k. t. and l-n l.u
Temple 'A. A n. N M S. are United to
attend tho funcnl. on ThurHdas, at 1 p. m ,
from hla late le-ddem. 2211(1 HafllbrldKe st.
Interment private Frlemls mn .all Wed
lie tin 7 to ft p in Automobile funeral
INOENITO. Suddr.nlv, on August 15, 101.1.
ACIHLI.B M. INCKNITO, aurd III years
Helatltei and frlendH an Putted to attend
thu funer',1. from bis inrfnts' t-fNtdnn, h-'n
Christ hip it , on Thursdnv. at H a m S.ol
en,n Reriulem Mass at 1 adv o Mcrcv Church,
st 'i a in Interment at Hol CinH C'cmetert
JAIIIIEN. On August 1,1, 101.1. KATIE
RELL JARDEN. daughter of Elizabeth and
the late John S Jurden. Relative nnd friends
are Invited to attend the runeral services.
Thursday morning at In .10 o'clock, at her
lato residence, ISJR Falriuouilt ave. Inter
ment strictly prliate
JONES. On August 17. 101.1. CATHARINE
il., widow or Ilenrj c Jotic. agvd 04 iciirs.
ltcliltlteH anil trieiits, also Ruth Iadge. No
7. S. of II., are Invited tn attend the tuncrol
icrvlieH. nu Thursday nt X p in., at Steel
man's Chapel, .".nil Kensington avo Inter
num Friday morning nt Tiemont Cemelcrj,
KELLY. On Auguat 15, 101,1, GERTRUDE
A , daughter or Patrick, J. and Sophia Kelly
(neo Wirdl Relatives and friends are in.
lted to attend the funeral, on Thuraday at
R.:iu a. in . from her pnrinta' residence, ,'ll.M
Relgrade at. Solemn Requiem Mass at th
Chimb of the Nativity, at 10 a. id. Inter
ment at Holy Hopuh hr Cemetery.
KELLY. On August 17. 1015. JULIA C,
daughter or the late Klusi.i Hnd C.ttharlnti
K'lli RelatlM's and friends are liulted lo
.tlcnd the funeral nu Friday, at ft .'10 n. m ,
from hir late lealdtma 410 North .1Mb at.
Meet I'lilladrlphlu Solemn Requiem Mass at
St. Agatha's Chunli. nt m n. m. Interment
in St lienls Cemeterv. Ardlnnre
KII.IIIIIDE. On August 10. 1013, PAUL A.
KlLIIftlljE. son of Thomas c and Mary L
Kllliiide. aged 7 eara Relutlte and ftlends
aro Invited tu attend the funeral, on Thurs
day, at I p. in.. Irani the residence of hla
..an-nis, 2'US North llouard st. Interment at
ll'ilv Senulchre Cemetery. Remains nmv i.m
viewid on Wednesday, alter 7 p. m
KRIMMEL. On August 17, 1015. MARY W
KRIMMKL (lie Heiih.). widow of Frederick
W. Krlmmel. Relatives and frlenda are in
vited l attend the runeral wrvlces, at her
late residence, 1202 North 10th St., ou Frl
dnv. at 2 p in Interment private
KULI', Suddenly, on Auguat lfl, 1015, GEO
If Kl'l.l'. Relatives and friends, also rm'
plojes of John II. Stetson Co., and all other
sm letles of -vhlch ne wa a member, are
Invited to attend the funeral service, on
Friday. Augu-t 2(1, at 2 p. in . nt the parlor
nf L. Mytri, 418 West Cumberland at. Re.
.itutns may bo viewed nn Thuisday, from 8 to
10 p in Interment private, at North wood
LMJIIKNGAYEK. On Auguat 10. 1013,
Ry using fire-door plates accord
ing to pe. Ifliatlnns of the
Roard ol Fire Underwriter.
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l!lutraiea Circular '
CHARLOTTE, wife of Oeorge Laubengiiver.
Relatives nnd frlenda are Invited to attend
the tunernl -.rrvlres, nt her ltte restdeme,
2115 N. 2iltli st., on Thurslnv mnrnlng, nt
10.10 o'cb'cU pre -Isely. Int'-rment pi Rate.
LIKEN. On August 17, 1015. MARA M.
LIKLN. wlfo nl th" lute Jidin II. I.lken.
Itelntlves and frirnds an Invliid tn attend
the funeral servlees, at the rrslden'-e of her
son, 4101 Aspen at., on Frldav, the 2nth Inst ,
at II a. m.
I.OONEV On August Id, 1015, MICHAEL,
husband nf Annie Lonney and son of the lato
Dant'l nnd Ellen Loonev, aged 12 yeara.
Itelntlves nnd frlenda, nlao nil societies of
which be waa a member, are Invited to
attend tho funernl, on Thursday morning, nt
8 :t0 o'clock, fro n his lato residence, Ogontr.,
l'a. Solemn High Requiem Mass at Im
maculate Conception Church, Jenklntovvn, at
in n'rln-k. Interment at Holy Sepulchre
LOVNS. On August 1(1. 1015, WILLIAM !.,
son of Uernnrd T. And the lato Mary Loyns
(nee McNulty), Relatives and friends, also
Sioux Tribe. Nn. 20, 1. o. R M, are Invited
to attend tho funrnl, on Thursday morning,
nt ft o'clock, from hla lato residence, .111
Cumberland at . Uloucoster City, N. J. Sol
emn Requiem Mass at St. Mary's Church, at
0 o'clock. Interment at St. Mary's Cemo
tery. MARTIN. On August in, 1915, MARY,
daughter of Edwird J. and Elizabeth Mar
tin. Due notice of the funernl will bo
given, from her parents' residence, 174S N.
MrCAITEKTV. At his late residence, 138
vvjota si., on AugUHt 17, 101.1, EDWARD j ,
bmland oi Hie l.ue Mary A. Mrcirrcrt Duo
notice of the funeral will be given.
McCI.OSKEi. On Auguat 13, 1015, HER
NARD. uon of the late Remind and Mary
M.CIoskev. Relitlves and Irlends aro In
vited tc attend funeral, on Thursday morn
ing, at 7.:so n clock, rrom the residence of
William Ilettrl k. 2nm E. Allegheny ave.
Solemn Requiem Muss at the Church of tho
Nativity at li o'.lock. Intel mint at St.
MrGILL. On August lfl, 1015, PATRICK
.Mciiii.i,. iieiuuves rtinj incutis are invited
In attend the lumral, on Thursday mnrn
liiy, at 7:10 o'clock, fioni lie residence of
Jnmia Hasson, JOli; ninnjywlnc st. Soliiin
Riquiem High Muss at St. h lands Church
at 11 o'llots. Interment at Holy Crosj
3,l'N.lL1,T0".AVl'urt .'1. JAMES, son
of Michael and the late Noia Meane, from
Borrlsokane, County Tlpporury. Ireland. Rela
tives ami irlends nf the family aro Invited
to attend tho funeral, on Thuisday at 7 .10
a. 111., from the rcsiden. o of his hrothei-lii-nw,
Mr. William epilglev, :i:t22 Mount Ver.
I1..11 at.. West Philadelphia. Mass at St.
Agatha's Church at 0 a. 111. Intcrn.ent in
M01.V cross Cemeterv.
J,.n'I'.,.:.,.t'".-n August 17. 101.1, WILLIAM
H. MILLER, In his SOth year. Relative
and frlenda, also Welccme Lodge, No. 2211
1p.11- . !.'" "1"1 "" .'"anasers of the odii
FeiinvvV Home, are InvlteT lo attend tho
funeral, nn Thursday afternoon, at 1 o'clock.
tl!1 ,he",l'l Kellows' Home. S. E. Mir
1 ihim," gl1 ""' 'ntermi"t at Cedar IIIU
M-m'it,,,,.!i'?:u;(?.".ii,"","v' August 13,1013, JOHN
IK I'SI N M.lRR S. at llrell,,,, Wnndi; "
1 .,' J.H " hriF'.. """" Funeral iroin hla
v...., , ."" ". -.' Il.t",,n,,,t 'll. on Thuisl.iv,
.'...' .'"' '" '.',." c'mk- Interment prlv ite
s"r" ?",V ".,"!, m,ct '"" I'M'hig limad
nut Vllfl " " m- 0n arrl4al "-I l-'best-
'MRllol"ll7T?"v,A,!?"st 'W"1- ALBERT
II. .VIUIJUION, M. D, ag.d 02 years Funprul
1C,IMU?t!,,,1, ,n"!rn"" "IfRtlv private
alt LI.I.ER.--O11 August 15. 1013. ADOLPH
In'-hu'te'L0' Clsra I. Mueller (nee Ira"
ihuiaJSUh.W "elallvea and (rlends. also
:'..:.".".. v iii'-r, v. rv. 11., are Invited
to attend the funniai se'rvicea, 'in Thursdas',
sniedley ht. Interment private, at N.irlhvvoon
vv'.,?,1".1.:. h..r'ZnH my view remain on
vviuneeilav. nt N r.
I l!.',lT(?!'..Al,,,,t " 10l!i- CIIAIILEB
.."!" "'. '"tbaiTne and the late chm-Tea
iv.i1,y-rrtn,Uei'i"""' .h0 ",,,cral IUkS
Biven, from Ids mothers residence. 4831
.Mei on av... West Philadelphia
tvWriI:"T.Hu!!.':'5ly' " Auguat 111, 1015,
S'iUli. J'-. XK.J-nA. a?dl 5T year"' husband
neral'Tlli beMBlv!e?ld- UUe r0l,lB 0f " ,u-
''nr:0 A,uS"t I". 1015, MARY E .wlfo
of Rnbert Neelv and naughter of (Jenrgi .
and Susan Parker. Relatives and frlenda ar
Tt-.b rn,Y' a.' ' M n- "' nt '""' late realdince.
riU'l"!," ,",' , Srvlce at Memorial
Impel or the Holv Communion, 27th and
Wharton ata , at 2 '10 p. m. pieclsels. Inter
ment at Mnmit Mnrlnh Cemetery. Remalna
,,.'H,V.V.,".H',, on Wednesday evening.
O'RONNELI.. On August II), 1013 DOM.
'NIR O DONNELL. husband of tho late Ellen
ODonnell. Relatlvea and friends are Invited
to attend the funeral, on Thursday, at R :to
a. m , from his lata residence, Mary at Oak.
view, Delaware Co., Pa. High Mass 'at St.
ChaHes Churih. at 10 a. m. Interment at
St. Charles Cemetery
O'HAItH. Suddenly, on Auguat 13. lnia.
CHARLES, husband of Mary o-IIare (ne.
Flannagani. Due notice nf funeral will b
given, rrom his late residence, Lewis and
Bermuda ats , Frank ford
PRICE. On Auguat 10. 1015. ETHEL SPEN.
CKR PRICE, aged 17 veara Relatlv" ,
friends aro Invited tu attend the funeral, n
Friday, at II a. in . from his father's "Veil.
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12 noon. Remalna nmv bo viewed on Thnri.
i:n evening. Interment nt Eden ( emeteVJ.
lit SSEI.I.. (In August HI. 101.1. WILI IAM
beloved husband nf Mary n. Russell' Pn..
Terrell) mid snn of tho, late Wlilism -nd
Mnry Guthrie Russell Relatives nnd frlendi
aro Invited to attend the funernl services 7m
Thursday nfternoon nt 2 o' lock , ',J1
apartmenta of Oliver II. Hair, 182u rhesinui
at Interment private, In Evergreen cm.
tcry, Camden, N. J. -'nu
rilll EI.II.S. Suddenly, on August 14. 191s.
JAMES H. husband of Eliaan.in ( Shields
and son uf Andiew nnd the late M.irv Shields,
Relatives und irlends. al.. st HteDhen'a
Ilnlv Name Socletv, emploji . ,r stii,,i.
Steel Company. Court I'rlde of Nl, eiovvn No
201. F. or A nnd Muakoka Trlh. n .S"
I O It M aio Invited tn attend the "fu
neral, nn Tlmradny, t N '!0 0. m , (mm his
lam residence, :i7 North 11th s Solemn
High Masa of Requiem nt St. steidicn'2
Churih. nt 1(1 11. m Interment at Hotv
Sepiilchru Cemetery. '
SHIPrER. At his late residence. 0311
(lia a ave, on August 17. lin. Will.tav?
C SHIPPER. Duo notlco of the funeral will
be given. u
blLVERTIIORN On August 10. loir,, MARK
E , husband of Ada M. Sllvertlmrn Relative!
and friends, also employes of Central Hlsh
School nnd FranclsWIIf Cnumll, No 371
American Mechanics are lnilird to attend
the funeral, on Thursday, at 1 ,10 p m , tnm
the residence nf hla nephew, isat Ulnnodo st
(18lh ami (llrard ave.) Interment at urecn
Mount Cemetery. Remain may b vievied
on Wednesdny evening, from 7 to 10 n deck
TURNER Oil August HI, 1015. at Doyleal
town, l'a . GEOIIUL, Jr., son of (liorge and
the lati ( hnrlo'to Turner Funeral service
nnd Interment at Laurel Hill Cunetery on
Thursdav. the lutii. at 12 o'clock. l
WAONEK. On August 10. 1015. EDWARD
-M-J ''"f--" -" ---
J WAGNER, son of Charles F. and Cora
Wagner (neo Lutz). Relatives and friends nt
the family ore Invited to nttend the funeril
services, on Thursday nfternoon it J o'clock,
at his father's residence, linn wilt st (10th
and Montgomery avc.i Interment private, at
WALTER. On August 17, 1015, JACOB L
vt ALTER, lllisbiin.i ul Mirab Vlttr, uae.11!)
veins. Rtiativea nnd Irlends. nlsn Ulii Post
Nn. II, (I A I! : Seminole Tribe. Nn 10. l'
. It. M., are Invited to intend the funeral,
n Frb' 'v, nt '.' p m. frnm hla late resl
deiico, 221 Collon. b' , Oeimanlnun Intcr
1. 1 ill iitlvntr. 111 W.st 1 nur.-i Hill ivm. ier
WALTER. On August 17, 1015, WILHELM
WALTER ogeil ml 51.un ,, t.v.-, .,,.1
frlenls. also Sheklnnli l.n,ge. No jn. v
an.l A M.: Kcvstuue Chniitir It A M,
nro Invited to attend the 1uncr.1l. m .-.itiir-diij.
at 2 ti m.. from the riinnial npartn cuts
nl John C Klmmerle, 11,11 South llroai l.
Frlenda may view the remains on Friday,
frnm 7 tn O p. m, Autn fumral.
WAYIIA. On August 111. 101.1, LEOPOL
DINE, wlfo of Julius Wnda. Sr. Relatives
nnd friends are Invited tn attend the funeral
services, Thursday nfternoon nt 2 o 1 loi It. at
her late residence, 5023 Chestnut st Inter- 1
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