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Book t deule with the results of the
Trench Revolution, which drove noblemen
from that country Into England In ITU.
A party about to depart lor America die
vera the Dauphin. heir to tha French
throne, believed dead, and takee tha child
with the boy, Laaarri
em. The narrative then begtna again
)e Loy. LAaarre. In an Indian camp
St. Krgla, along Lake George, N. V.
There be meeta Count de Cbsumont and
famll, and the Count' a Dhrslclan. who
later becomes hla tutor. Doctor Chantry.
Lsaarre, after living aeveral years In the
samp, go-s to the Count's home to be edu
cated. Midi Eagle d Ferrler recognlsea
the boy aa the riauphln, but de Chaumont
refuses to believe It.
Toward the end of the flrat winter word
seanee that Eagle' aged hueband la dead
De Cbaumnnt. In love with the 18-) car-old
wMow-mother. decldea that the easiest war
te have her la to take her back to Prance,
ad telle her ah muit retilrn to Europe to
beg- Napoleon (or ber confiscated landa.
Lasarre and Eagle, however, are In love,
when the boy run away aha follows him
and perauadee him to return to the man
eleo. On th return trip they meet a potter
and I-oule Philippe. Duke of Orleana. There
Laaarre reallzaa for the flrat time that he
a the uncrowned king of France.
At the opening of Book II, Lasarre and
Kagle return to .the caatle. The former
ewterratne sto go to. France. Doctor
Chantry, finding It Impossible to dissuade
uiearre, oeternunes to go wun mm.
rat atop la a hotel at Saratoga,
Laaarre meets Louie PhlllDDe aaatn and
Skenedonk, hla old Indian friend. Loula
arrange, for the aafe paeaage of Laaarre,
Doctor Chantry and the Indian to France.
The Aril day In Parle, while out chopping
mltto 8kenedonk. Napoleon's carriage passes.
laaarre join the crowd to aee. in the
bustle, Bellenger, the potter, ahovea a knlle
Into Laaarre'a hand, and then crtea "
attaetnl" The aor la arrested and thrown
tnto the priaon of tit: Pelasle. Uel.enger
bad followed Laaarre alnce the meeting In
the woods. Laaarre'a cellmate la dying of
frver. While the prieat la admlnlsterlns the
wat titea the Dauphin, ualng- an Indian
trtck. silently knocked the aacriatan uncon-a-leu,
.and taking the proatrate man's
robea, followed the print to freedom On
a bridge tho youth met Bellenger again.
Laaarre mu aeli-d by a atroke uat aa he
wa about to atrlka hla betrayer. He did
regain conectouaneaa until he reached
i .morgue: there a etratige marqula flnua
n. ana lanee nim. aacnedo
takea him. Bkcnedonk and Doctor
antry to nia palace.
arouta dtl l'lfaav. a nnhle. who haa been
able to retain the favor of Napoleon, la La
.aarrt'a :rai benefactor. He ahowi the
'DMiphln - aakefiit Jewele which be waa
able to eave tram the mob when the royal
Rlf waa aarked. In It Laaarre aeea. for
flrat time, tbe photographa of hla father
' and mother (tha King and Queen), hla plater
wu uiiupcm ujw n kinhi n- te me ivina
ex France. At a, ball given by Napoleon a
peeler, Laaarre meeu Eagle and telle ber
t Ma love,
Bbe refuaea to lUt-n to him, aerloualy,
becauae of the difference In rank. Laaarre
then determines to go to Mltau to aee hla
Jtncle the Count of Provence, and hla .liter.
The latter, Mme, Marle-Tfiereie d'Angou
l, recognliea Laaarre aa her brother, but
the Count la ckcpilcaL hen Laaarre opens
tl'e CHkt ot lewela ho notices that tne
soaeTbox and two baga of coin are mlea
inc. While" he, hla -liter' and Skenedonk
are before Oic Count, Uellenger and the
allot, ynom Bellenger aaya la the pre
nder, enter the throne room. The Count
ecldes to hear the claims at both Lacarre
rjWfi kins acaln kltaed my slater-a
' J. hand, and placed her In a seat beside
WU armchair, which hs resumed.
"Mensteur the Abbe Edgeworth," he
MM, "having- stood on the scaffold with
r martyred soverelcn, as priest and
nmforter. Is eminently the one to con
ct an examination like this, which
tewehes matters of conscience. "e leave
''V CM , Abfra Edi
AMe Edgeworth, fine and sweet oC
stood by Uie (tlnff, raping: Bel-
mo iuiou ana. poor creature,
hv nt. envlrnnmanl intiwA at
jLpmrft tk h8h room cornera or amlled expert
OaMIMtaMtally at the courtiers, stretching his
emetwa upa over darkened fangs.
"Vou are admitted here, Uellentjer," said
the PfieflC "to answer hla Majesty's ques
tkHM la the (iresence ot witnesses;"
"I thank- hl Majesty." gald Bellenger.
The) abbe hesan as If the idiot attracted
Ms iwMm 'for the fhlvt! time.
nwha te Vhe unfortunate child you hold
wHh year right hand?"-
"Tho erati4in of Krarjce, monsieur the
." sbetn out BeUenjter, his left hand
"WKat! Take care what you aay! How
4 ym ltow that the dauphin of France
a ret aertosa; the llvlneT"
HtlaiieirTs countenance chanced and ha
tMk Ma hand off his hip and let it hanrl
'I fr the Pr'nce. monsieur, from
iene.w took hlra out 'of the Temple
Aiep you never exenangrea mm for an
Hr9n, or allowed him to be sop
1 from your
Mariner swore with xhastly lips-.
"Newer, n my hopes of saltation, mon-.
W the abbe!"
"AimtUAng that somebody cave you this
Mid 16 "keep by the way. how old If her'
"About SO years, monsieur."
"What rlg-ht had you to assume he was
"roil had Woefved a yearly pension, moq.
irvep ia majesty nimseif, tor the
j 'ne prince."
d the yearly nenalan
hand, acting; as hl Ma
W, Jus Malcstr Waa over
K? tlje fertaate. He has
WrteV WsaM kswa you lived
Kea-..i. gssjasUmas in the
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rn alias Ml aUaui avf
ex satanaa sapMettee: re.
he the ohmmt said!
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th awunti- e aL Ciwat da
a frhuW of Pteajtrte's."
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bttvf iulu bin. iit ho reMiSetel
.11 SMMMMUr ' I
MARY HARWELL CATHERWOOD
"Was he encouraged In this Idea by tho
friend of Bonaparto whom ou men
tioned?" "I think not, monsieur the abbe. Hut
I heard a Frenchman tell him he was
like the martyred king, and since Hint
hour he has presumed to consider him
self the dauphin."
"Who wits this Frenchman?"
"The Duke of Orleans, Louis Philippe
de Bourbon, monsieur the abbo."
There was an expressive movement
among the courtiers.
"Was Louis Philippe Instrumental In
sending him to France?"
"He was. He procured shipping for
'.'When the pretender reached Paris,
what did ho do?"
"He attempted robbery, and was taken
In tbe act and thrown Into Ste. Pelagle.
I saw him arrested."
"What were you doing In Paris?"
"I was following and watching this
dangerous pretender, monsieur the abbe."
"Did you leave America when ho did?"
"The evening before, monsieur. And
we outsailed him."
"Did you leave Paris when he did?"
"Three days later, monsieur. But wo
passed him while ho rested."
"Why do you call suoh an insignificant
person n dangerous pretender?"
"He Is not Insignificant, monsieur, as
Vou will say, when you hear what ho did
"He was thrown Into the prison of Ste.
Pelagle, you told mo."
"But he escaped by choking a sacristan
so that the poor man will long bear tho
marks on hi throat. And the first thing
I knew he was high In favor with the
Marquis du Plessy, and Bonaparte spoke
to him, and the police laughed at com
plaints lodged against htm "
"Who lodged complaints against him?"
"I did. monsieur."
"But he was too powerful for you to
"He was well protected, monsieur the
abbe. He flaunted. While tho poor prince
and myself suffered inconvenience and
fared hard "
"The poor prince, you say?"
"We never had a fitting allowance,
monsieur.' Bellenger declared aggres
sively. "Yet with little or no means I
tried to bring this pretender to Justice
and defend his Majesty's throne.'
"Pensioners aremot often so outspoken
in their dissatisfaction," remarked the
J !Ei"Lhen ,? X th0UCht t the shifts
.ku Sh nI,enEer must have been put.
Abbe Edgeworth. with merciless dryness,
ta'ur " were you abl8 to post t0 Mlt"
"I borrowed money of a friend In Paris,
mons eur. trusting that his Majesty wll
requite me for my services."
"But why was It necessary for you to
post to Mlttau, where this pretender
would certainly meet exposure?" "enaor
ih CS)"e l d",covered that he carried
with him a casket of the martyred
duep?essy!',!rel1'' "t0l8n Uom the MaW
"How did the Marquis du Plessy obtain
Pfit".l0.n the queen's jewels?"
"That I do not know."
.rt?UteVieweIt.ft,'e tha law'u Prop
erty of Madame d'Angouleme. He must
have known they would be seised."
I thought It necessary to bring my
evidence against him, monsieur."
.nJiZ. wBS ""' dneer of his Impos
ing himself upon the court. Yet you nro
rather to be commended than censured.
Bellenger. Did this pretender know you
were In Paris?" '
"He saw me there."
"Many times?" '
"At least twice, monsieur the abbe."
"Did he avoid y.oti?"
"I avoided hUr,.' I took pains to keep
him from knowing how I watched him."
vZtJSKw? """ted. When he left
reported?" """ "" Cenera"y
"You learned It yourself?"
"But he must have known you would
.u'Iliett .w,tn lrreat "crecy. monsieur
the abbe. It was given out that ha waa
merely going to the country,"
. "Yht..m.ade ,you uPect he was com
ing to Mlttau?"
"He hired a strong post-chaise and made
"But didn't his friend the Marquis du
Plessy discover the robbery? Why didn't
he follow and take the thief?"
"Dead men don't follow, monsieur the
abbe. The Marquis du Plessy had a duet
on his hands, and was killed the day
after this Lazarre left Paris "
Of all Bellenger' absurd fabrication
this story was the most ridiculous. 1
laughed again, Madame d'Angouleme
took hsr hand from her face and our
eyes met one Instant, but the idiot whined
like a dog, She shuddered and covered
Th priest turned from Bellinger to
Je wKh a fair-minded expression, and
"What have you toay?"
I had great deal to say, though the
ojly hearer I expected to convince was
mr ltr. If she believed in me I did
met care whether the others believed or
nC-vI waa g to begin with Lake
af. the mowtaln and the fog, and
HoUfinr' fear of m. and his rage
wfcea Ll Pta!ll told him the larger
perMon erf. the mtwiey ent from Europe
Wm otvea to me.
PaeiJur tar(-Therese, therefore, in
stead of AbW edgeworth, J spoke her
Wte leok tm sfic wore. And, ins-Uad
9t hetw i Wtevit.. I wm udnly on
balcony at VersHe! v
h afct taaeeaape, chill and dim,
atha hty- multitude of roarln
nauth. Up, flaming eyes, ilium-
Ma wr ihhi, me neaaa ornamented
a iree-roore in ng stuck Into tha
. JHY hand stretched out for .uppVr"
eaaH th lht clip of toy mother
vs. J knew that she waa '
hs4aM MH.7kr and mn (atriae
BT3Ut?r 'JSS USSLSS
NT cty- I lb A a-iir Ta4
became tho humming of bees the vibra
tion of u string nothing!
BIa.CKNES8 surrounded the post car
riage In which I woke and It seemed
to stand In a tunnel that was afire at
one end. Two huge trees, branches and
all, were burning on a big hearth, stones
glowing under them: and figures with
long beards. In black robes, passed be
twixt me and the fire, stirring a cauldron.
If ccr witches' brewing was seen, It
looked like that.
The lust ccllpso of mind had come upon
mo without any rending and tearing In
th.) head, and facts returned clearly and
directly. I saw tho black-robed figures
were Jews, cooking supper at a largo
fireplace, and wo had driven upon the
bitck floor of a post house, which had a
door nearly tho size of a gable. At that
end spread a ghostly film of open land,
forest and sky. I lay stretched upon
cushions as well as the vehicle would
permit, and was aware, by a shadow
which came betneen mo and the Jews,
that Skenedonk stotd at tho step.
"What are jou about?" I spoke, with
a lush of chagrin, sitting up. "Are we
on the road to Paris?"
"Yes," he answered.
"You have made a mistake, Skene
donk!" "No mistake," ho maintained. "Walt
until I bring you some supper. After
supper we can talk."
"Bring the supper at once then, for I am
going to tnlk now."
"Are you quite awake?"
"Quite awake. How long did It last
"We are not two days' Journey out of
"Welh when you have horses put In
tomorrow morning, turn them back to
Skenedonk went to tho gigantic hearth,
and one of tho Jews ladled him out a
bow'ul of the cauldron stew, which he
brought to me.
The stuff was not offensive and I was
hungry. He brought another bowful for
himself, and wo ate as wo had often done
In the woods. The fire shone on his
bald pato and gave out tho liquid llghta
of His fawn eyes.
"I have made a fool of myself In Mlttau,
"Why do you want to go back?"
"Because I nm not going to be thrown
out of the palace without a hearing."
"What Is the use?" said Skenedonk.
"The old fat chief will not let you stay.
He doesn't want to hear you talk. He
wants to be king himself."
"Did you see me sprawling on the floor
like the Idiot?"
"Not llko the Idiot. Your face was
"Did you see the duchess?"
"What did she do?"
"Nothing. She leaned on the women
and they took her away."
"Tell me all you saw."
"When you went In to hold council, I
watched, and saw a priest and Bellenger
and the boy that Qod had touched, all
go in after you. So I knew the council
would be bad for you, Lazarre, and I
stood by the door with my knife In my
hand. When the talk had gone on awhile
I heard something llko the dropping of
a buck on the ground, and sprang In;
and the men drew their swords and tho
women screamed. The priest pointed at
you and Bald, "God has smitten the pre
tender!' Then they all went out of the
room except the priest, and we opened
your collar. I told him ou hod fallen
like that before, and the atroke passed oft
In sleep. He said your carriage waited,
and if I valued your safety I would put
you in It and take you out of Itusslo, He
called servants to help me carry you. I
thought about your Jewels; but some
drums began to beat, and I thought about
"But, Skenedonk, didn't my sister the
ladv I led by tho hand, you remember
speak to me again, or look at me, or try
to revive me?"
"No. She went away with the women
"She believed In me at first! Before
I said a word she knew mel She wouldn't
leave me merely because her uncle and a
priest thought me an Impostor! She Is
the tendereat creature on earth, Skene
donk she I more like a saint than a
"Some aalnts on the altar are blind and
deaf," observed the Oneida. "I think she
"I have nearly killed her! And I have
been tumbled out of Mlttau as a pro
You are here. (Jet some men to fight,
and we will go back,"
"What a stroke to lose my sense at
the moment I needed them most!"
"You kept your calp"
"And not much else. No! If you refuse
to follow me. and wait here at this port,
house, I am going back to Mlttau 1"
"I go where you go," said Skenedonk.
But best go to sleep now." ao-
This I was. not able to e uut .'tafia
tossing on the thorn of chagrin wm me
out I was ae-hamed like a nreeMaa
baffied, and hurt to th bruising ofmir
soul. A young man' rhtend conMeaca
In himself fs hard to bear, but th lost o?
what was given a a heritage at birth Is
an Injustice nor to V endured,
The thro of France was never my
goal, to be reached through Mo utd
revolution. Perhaps the 4mKfUc -.
tlon in my father's breast have feud
wider cope In mine, I wanted iZ
enc men, and felt even, at that time that
I could do It; but being kteg was Its to
wy rulnd than beta acknewj
dauphin, and brother, air nisjul wrth
lay real name. "
I took my tut In my hnds ad swore
M 4?Ut ditr tt-kNt tr4Ma- U
the cnalse and I gave the postilion orders
myself. The little fellow bowed himself
nearly double, and said that troops were
molng behind us to Join the allied forces
At once the prospect of being snared
among armies and cut off from all return
to Paris appalled me a a greater pres
ent calamity than being cast out of Mlt
tau. Mlttau could wait for another ex
pedition. "Very well," I said. "Take the road to
We met August rains. We were bogged.
A bridge broke under us. We dodged
Austrian troops. It seemed even then a
fated thing that a Frenchman should
retreat Ignomlnlously from Itusslo.
There I a dell!h antagonism of in
animate nnd senseless things, begun by
discord In ourselves, which works unrea
sonable torture. Our return was an abom
inable Journal which I will not recount,
and going with It was a mortifying facil
ity for drawing opposing forces.
I10U"E. On Auguat 80. 1918, MARQAnCT
UOWK (nee Lyona), widow of Michael Bowe.
Itelathee and frlenda, alao ltoiary Society,
are Invited to attend funeral, Thunaay. at
8 a. m , from her late rraldence, 7)0 N. Ilur
llngton at., Olouceiter City, N. J. Solemn
Requiem Mats at St. Mary's Church at 0
a. m. Interment St, Mary'a Cemetery,
Gloucester, N. J.
I1HF.KI). On Third-day, Eighth Month 31st.
1M1S. MAUY'J. WU:r.D, In Mat year of her
age Funeral from her late realdence Mil
Oreene at.. Oermantown, Pa , on Fifth-day,
Ninth Month ltd. at 1.30 p. ra. Interment
IJIIHIOS. On Auguat 80. lpIB, JOHN A.,
huaband of Suaan Drtgga. Itelatlvea and
frlenda are Invited to attend the funeral serv
Icea. on Thureday, at 11 a. m.. at tha real
dence of hla niece. Mrs. Ferdinand Herman.
4M3 Lelper at.. Frankford. Interment prltate.
mtOWlnV On Auguat 20, 1018, CATHARINE.
, wife of Thomaa lirown. Relatives and frlenda
are invited to attend the funeral, at 1710
Folpom at., en Thursday, at 8 a. m. High
Maes at tha Church ot the Oeau at S o'clock.
"JfXSSrr0" ,A"U- ! "IB. SAMUEL C.
PIlT8E. ;lt'VM ? frlenda are Invited
to attend the funeral aervlcea, on Friday
Sf!""00"' ' 2 o'clock, at hla late realdence,
3135 Lancaster ave. Interment private.
CAKKOI.I,j Suddenly, on Auguat 80. 191S.
CLAJIA E. CARROLL (nee Kolb). Real,
dence, 4821 North 2d at. Due nolle; of the
funeral will be gven.
CILLS. -On Auguit 81, 101S, RODERT It..
"ono,nichara .nna tne lat Ellrabeth Cilia,
aged 21 yeara. Relatives and friends are In
vited to attend the funeral aervlcea, on Frl
mT'JJ' 2,p-,m" - nlf '"t realdence. 20 a.
BZd at. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery.
Remalne may bo viewed on Thursday, be
tween 8 and 10 p. m.
CLEVELAND. On Auguat 80. 1013 WILL.
121 E. Cliveden ave.. Philadelphia, aged 78
afn,Sry.Imn,,rfl,ow,.tr.ftr,Ct,y """ &
COON, At Burlington, N. J., on Aurnat Rn
. WILLIAM k COON' ReUtUeV'.nd
frlenda. alao all organlaatlons of which ho
waa a member, are Invited to attend the
funeral, from hla late realdence. 350 ELPearl
at, Burlington, on Thursday, at 2 n. m In.
terment Odd Fellowa' Cemeteryt Remains
may be viewed Wednesday evening. """""""
COWD11ICIC On Auguat SO, 101B. at her
parents realdence. 2tt Richmond i. amt
CATHARINE, daughter "fcfArVyton 2nd
Jtary E. Coworlck,aged 24 yeareT ? no
tlce of the funeral will be given.
C?LF5IJ'-?nu Au 20. 1915. WALTER,
huaband of the late Mary Ann Cullen (nee
Otlffln). Itelatlvea and frlenda are Invited to
attend funeral, Thureday, at 8 30 a. m,
from hie late realdence, 2524 N. Warnock at!
Illgh Maes of Requiem at Church of st
Ednard at 10 a.m. Interment Old Cathedral
Cemetery. Automobile funeral. "-"'""
DICp:il80N. On Auruet 81, 1018, DAN
IEL, huaband of tha Tate Margaret Dicker-
BmnAotl'ff Pdn,rtff,d'' V" Washington
camp. No. 3GI, P. O. 8, of A., and tha em
PloyM of the P, R. T." car barn" 46th and
Vroodland aye., are Invited to attend the
funeral aervlcea. on Ftlday. at 2 n. rn., St
his lata realdence. 8218 Pine at. Interment
at Fernwood Cemetery. Uemalne may? be
viewed on Thureday, from B to 10 p. m.
DII.HKH On Auguit 80, 1915, at Narberth
Pa., EMMA O. HALDT. wife 'of Edward M.
given' of 'tho funeral will M
DIHIWOW. On Auguat 80. 1918 NATiram.
IEL DIHimoW, ln'hli BS'd year, ntfatlvea
and frlenda aro'lnvlted to attend the tuner"
aervlcea. on Thursday, at 2 30 D. m at r..i.
dence of hie eon-ln-faw. V. U "tiylor "a
south 4th at., Colwyn, 'Pa. Interment 'prl-
DSl,,LieTiPniA.U,?,t 29 191B- OEOROB N..
aon of tha late Lvan and Mary A. fiohii
No. 140. K. of P.j Fldelty Caatle. Nolua
JV'iACi' Lionel John ci.rkCounc?, i&
815. V, P, A., and employes ot Henry Uleston
fc .Bona, are invited to attend the funeral on
Tburaday, at 2 p. m., from hla alater'a Veil,
dence, 2S21 Jthawn si , Itelmesburc llui.
M, Sodality and all aocletleabf which' aha
d?nS;MSJhaVros.?" SBS'iffis rH'i:
Quiem Mas. at Bt, Francis XavWi cWn
at 10. m. Interment Holy Croe. Cemeter.
EOEj On Auguat 28, 1918, ARTHUR rt
EOE. of WU Erl. av. . hustana of Anii
apartments of Oliver II. fa"r. &0 chtnut
at. Interment at Mount Moriah ttmetery
fun;t Wieli 'iS' SffiJJS M end lb
.t ;k: v.u:c: r. v.""ltj?? .p. m.,
l-fferty, Pearl at, NewneldlV. " IntVrment
private, at Cedar Ofeen rii5iIl,1,Hr"55
hanu StiKf Dv ftjH,
all orsaalMHona of which he was aSemiSE?
are invited (Tattead the f Saeral aJVv?,ebJJ:
tw yn. Avwuat ,
FRAliC.t On Auguat a. lia. e !,,.
KunAmmin, w.ol Herbert J.irlir"
Z Jiife TSjK'r
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p?7a.vlUTt; SeiS-tiJtZXiS SL&
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H Wa d Um
aence, .n wai
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DEATHS DEATHS J-a"w" . , .
' ' ' - i ' ' ! MH II
funeral on Thuraday, at 10 a. m. Services
will be held at Doyleitown Chaiiel, on ar
rltal of funeral car leaving at 10 43 a. m.
Remains may be Mewed on Wednesday, 8 to
10 p. m , at her huanand's realdence. JU0
llldge ave. Norrlitown and Ioyleitov.n papera
GIIIFI'IN. Suddenly, on Auguit 80. 1018,
MICHAEL J., huiband ot .Annie Grimn. ltel
utlvta ana fiiende, alio League of the Sacred
Heart of the Genu, are jmltcd to attend
funeral Thuraday, at R.30 a, m., from hla late
realdence, 1840 Nortn Judson at. Solemn
Requiem Maia at St. Elltabeth's Church, at
.1, a ... Inlarm.nl nt Ifnlv IVai. ramA.Aw.
,1, K. .... ....b....... B .v., ..vB v,t.l,l,l
UAIIIUH. On August 30. 1018, ANNA.wldow
of Vt llllam llarrla. Relatives and frlenda are
Invited to attend the funeral aervlcea, on
Thuraday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at her
late realdence, 422 South 21. t it. Interment
at Mount Morlah Cemetery.
1IOLZ. On Auguat 30.1913, LOUIS P. IIOLZ,
huaband of Mary Holt (nee Leach), aged uo
eara, Relatlvea and frlenda, alao members
of Purity Council, No. 2W, and Ex. Coun
selors' Ar-floclatloti ot Penneyhanla, U, U.
A. M., are Invited to attend the funeral serv
ice!, on rrlday, at 1'30 p. m., at hla late
reildence, 442 North 7th st. Interment pri
vate, at West Laurel Hill Cemetery.
HURLEY. On August 80. 1918, OERTRUDE,
daughter ot Mary and the late John Hurley,
sited 18 years. Itelatles and frlenda are In
vited to attend the funeral services, on Fri
day, at 2 p. m , at her mother'a realdence,
Rlttenhouic and Oreene ats , Oermantown. In
terment Weat Laurel Hill Cemetery. Re
main! may be viewed on Thuraday evening.
JACOIIS. On Auguat 29, 1918, MARGARET,
widow of Conrad Jacobs, aged G3 years. Itela
tlvea and frlenda, ailto members of the Ger
man Evangelical Emanuel Church, 4th and
Carpenter; Ladlea' Aid boclety ot the aame,
are Invited to attend the funeral cervices on
Friday, at 1.30 p. m , at her late residence.
303 '( at. Friends may view remains on
Thuraday evening. Interment Hillside Ceme
tery via funeral car.
JONES. On Auguit 31, 1915, SHEPPARD
II., huaband ot Nora Jonei (neo UraerT) and
ion, of Andrew and the late. Emma Jones of
Mlllvllle, N. J. Itolames and friends, alao
Filendly union of the John Chambers Church
and employee of the Harrison Chemical
W or 111. are Invited to attend the funeral
services, on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock,
at hli late residence. 124'J South 27th at.
Interment at Mount Morlah Cemetery. Re
mains may bo viewed Friday evening, from
7 to 0 o'clock. ' "
KANE. On August 29, 1918. MARTIN W
KANE, of 20th and Westmoreland au . aon
of the late Michael and Ann Kane (nee Ros
en). Relatives and frlenda, alao Phlladel.
phla Lodge. No 84, L. O. O. M.j Court Sham
rock. No. 210. F. of A.: MoMonlgle BenencUI
Aatoclatlon, James Stephen Beneficial Aa
soclatlon. and the Irish-American Society
are Invited to attend the funeral, on Thurs
day, at 8 SO a. m.. from the residence of
hla brother, Thomas R. Kane, 2350 Eaat
Clearfield st. (25th Ward). Solemn Reaulem
Mass at the Church ot the Nativity at 10
a. m Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery.
K1MMKRLY. On August SO. 1918. GEOROE
nusband or Anna Klmmerly (nee Oil), and
aon of the late John and Fredericks, aged 54
years. Relatives and frlenda, also David K.
Thompson Council. No 54, O. of A. M . alao
h T,1 fTm. fa.ttft Hn aft V ., n rl "
Invited to attend funeral on Thursday, at 3
P. m.. from hla late residence, 830 Vteat
Venango t. Interment Oreenmount Ceme
tery. Retrains may be viewed on Wednesday,
from 8 to 10 p. m. "
LOFTC8. On Auguat 30, 1915, MARGARET
LOKTUS. daughter of 'the late John and
Mary Loftus. Relatives and frlenda are ln
vlte.l to attend the funeral, on Thuraday. at
8 30 a. m., from her late realdence, 15J7
Myrtlewooi st. (29th and JefTeraon ats ).
Solemn HWuiem Mass at the Church of the
M.",5 Ynm' Sl00i. ttt 10 " m- Intewnent
at Holy Cross Cemetery.
LRV.CKS' At Mont Alt. !-, on Auguat SO.
Kf?'.llA7?(Jr' S" Jon.'' Amelia Loucks
L'.,ic,,i .pela'lvea and frlenda are Invited to
attend the funeral aervlcea, Friday after
noon, at 2 o'clock, at hla late residence, 3850
Olrard ave. Interment strictly private.
MacANNALLY On August 30,191B.FRANriB
MacANNALLY, huaband ot Euu&tn MaeAn.
i?fJlyh ""W l2 rV- nves and friends,
alao Greble Poat, No. 10, O. A. R.. and Oltvi
Branch Circle. No. 40, b. of A., are Invited
to attend the funeral services, on Thursday.
at 2 o'clock, at the residence of hla daughter:
Mri. Ivlnia Caaaaday, 2221 South 18th at.
Interment private, at Fernwood Cemetery.
Remains may be viewed Vt edneaday evening!
McCLEERY. On August 30, 1018, KETURAIt
" wli" .J i,ohn "' McCleery and KeturVh
A'an5 the te Peter Baybolt. Relatives
and frlenda are Invited to attend the fu
neral services, on Friday afternoon; at a
o'clock, at her resldenc. 1410 N. 15th ,t.
Interment at North Cedar Hill Cem.t.ev
8110 ? ThU"4,,y " -'"'
Wa .15eU.tlvM ?"Q 'rlenda are Invfted S
attend the funeral, on Friday, at 2 p m
from her late residence, 1227 H. 15th at. Si
terment at Mount Morlah Cannery Ital
7" m.may vlewed on Tnu"sday. after
McGINLKYr On August 29 IBIS trin.
BbTH .. daughte? of WIlMam ir'anait"
fbeth R. Mcghiley and rranddaugbter of the
i,(5 J.?.bn ,nd K'I'sbeth Bherldaa and Annie
and the late Cornelius McGlnley. a5 5
MeNALLY-On August 80, 1918. HAnraif.
fa'terToVaa -nffetTtlyS "?
of the Church of the Sacred li.Ar 'f'"
Interment St. Mary's Ctmetery cnS1.0.ck'
N. J. Automobile Yervlcts. ' alouctr,
MEADE-On August 80, 1813 ri.lv.
sustlne JJeaeflclal AaaociatloK VSt ,Au
Ilenenclal Aaaoriatlon and mstnb.r.KW,
rolton Club, are Invited to, attSS.h" ?' cr
on .Thursday, at Tio a m fmm' IV."'1
residence. l5b N. 64th at Bolem? iV" Ut?
ltequlem 'at the ChVreb of Our Lady oviS'
A. Montgomery (nee ElUs) a,.f n LUI
lUsldeace. 6ta ; Filbert st Dul'nii? yfr''
funeral will be given? ""c ' '
MUELUSK-Suddenly, on Auan.t ee .-.
CHARLES a., son if thou?. ?.' ,815
Ohrlatlna Uuellr .,A iu.'S?. "' . John and
Mueller (nTeilikerT. A.illvi an'i0 J'
of tha famllv mr. T fi.lfl!! , '"..Bd fllsnda
leaca, 1748 Mcouir;
after 7 o-clock. " eveatag.
NAUKY-Aug. 81, 118, HAHRT i.i,,.
NAHKY. son of 'th. lata u2L5t'P
Narry. Funaaai tnm rea4aUa aas TMiLi?
at., on Thursday, at V .. rl.?1 ah
st. on Thurad.y. at lT'MiJgt
NMWSLl- On August W. lain uabv .
(ne. Nlchouoa). wiVit th'e laTisl t
vanui'. H. iTTWyS'Uftt
at 8JM a. m., frm bar tat'ra3iei2r
Xtrehaw at,, -efaet Hlallals!.
wm culSik aa Trto&taS?f lff
GRILL. Suddenly. Auguat 80, 1913. DAVID
O , huiband of Klltabeth Grill. Due notice
of the funeral will be given, from hla late
realdence, 3572 Queen lane, Falli of Schuyl-
the funeral, on Thursday morning, at 8.80
o'clock, from the residence 1814 Christian at.
Bolemn Requiem Maaa at Church of St.
Chtrlea liprromeo at 10 a. m. Proceed to
Cathedral Cemetery. Interment private.
rATNCll. On Auguat 81, 1918. FRANK
PATBOH, husband of Louise Patach (nee
Btrassner), aged 3 J years. Residence, 4W
North 15th bu Due notice of the funeral will
rATTERSON. Suddenly, on August 80, 1018,
JOHN F.. husband of Bailie K. Patteraon
and aon of Edmund and the late James Pat
terson. Relatives and frlenda, also employe
of U. G. I. Co., are Invited to attend the lu
eral services, on Friday afternoon, at J
o'clock, at hla late realdence, 129 Mifflin at.
Interment private. Remains may be viewed
en Thursday evening, from 7 to 9 o clock.
roTTS, Suddenly, on Auguit 20. 1913,
EMILY N. POTTS, daughter of the late
Daniel and Katherlne Potts. Relatives ana
friends are Invited to attend the funeral aerv
lcea, on Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock,
at the apartmente of Oliver 11. Hair, ltUO
Chestnut st. Interment private.
roTTS. Suddenly, on Auguat 20, 1913,
ANNA V. POTTS, daughter of the late Daniel
and Katherlne Potts Itelatlvea and friends
are Invited to attend the funeral services, on
Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at tbe apart
ments of Oliver II. Uatr, 1820 Chestnut st.
1'ltESCOTT. On August 29, 1918. ALICE,
widow ot Henry Prescott. Relatives and
friends, also Altar Society of the Nativity
Church, are Invited to attend the funeral, on
Friday, at 8 JO a. m., from her son's resi
dence. William Prescott, 3203 Miller at. (25th
Ward). High Mass at the Church of the
Nativity, II. V. M., at 10 a. m. precisely,
lntrrment at New Cathedral Cemetery.
RAMUO. Suddenly, on August 80, 1915, JA
COB, husband ot Eatella M. Itambo (nee Dry
aon). Relatives and frlenda, also Standing
Elk Tribe. No. 22. are Invited to attend the
funeral, on Saturday, at 2 p. m., from his
late realdence, 22 Mercer st, Gloucester
City, N. J. Interment at Cedar Grov e Ceme
ten'p Gloucester, N. J. Friends may call
Friday, after 7 p. m.
ltEEHE On Auguat 28. 1018, CHRISTIAN,
husband ot Caroline Lupier Reese, aged 75
years. Relatives and friends, also Cavalry
Post, No. .18 O, A. it.: Cavalry Camp. 3. ot
V., SchoSeld Command, No. 1, U. 8 R. A.,
and N. V.: Sixth U. S. Cavalry Encamp
ment, No. 71. U. V. L.: Rising Star Lodge.
No. 120, F. and A. M., and Philadelphia Quar
tet Club, are Invited to attend funeral serv
ice, on Thureday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at
his late realdence, 315 East Brlnghurst at..
Germantown. Interment West Laurel Hill
Cemetery. Remains may be viewed on
ItKlIM. On August 30, 1018, WILLIAM H.
KUHM, aon ot tbe late Conrad N. and Catha
rine Rehm Relatlvea and friends, also
Northern Liberty Lodge, No. 17, I. O. O. F.:
Cherokee Tribe. No 10, I. O. R. M and
Survivors' Association of 2d Penna. Vet
erans, Heavy Artillery, ere Invited to at
tend the funeral services, on 5hursday. at
8 p. m , at his late realdence. 2234 Falrmount
ave Interment private, Friday.
KA?Sl'r0n August 80. 1918, EDWIN B.
RISDON, aon of the late John and Sarah
Rtsdon. Relatives and frlenda are Invited
to attend tbe funeral, on Thursday, at 2
V; ?,: i"""!?. "sidence of his brother. John
h. Hlsdon. 3301 Rhawn St., Holmeaburg. In
terment at All Saints', Torreadale.
"'HERTS. -On August 20, 1918, GEOROH
B., husband of Ella B. Roberta, aged 63
yJarj- &ela.Jlv? an"1 friends, alao employes
.h.tf.?P4.U' Ti Co- o Invited to attend
the funeral services, on Wedneaday evening,
at 8 o'clock, at the residence of his brother-in-law,
the Rev. Thomaa A. Lloyd. 4183 Leldy
,ve.V A11!0 rvlces Thursday morning, at
10 80 o'clock, at fcaat Brandywlno Baptist
?&$ Che'r County. Pa. Interment In
J&iin1"' .cem,e,'r?' .Carrlagea will be In
waiting at Uownlnctown lUtlon to meet
Kfi'n Ie"X'"f Broad Street 8Utlon. Phlladel.
Pr'S'.S' 8'40 m' arriving at Downtngtown
at v 3i a. m.
K,ti.sc,!I'n;8udlenllp' at nr summer home,
1804 Paclflo ave, Atlantlo City, N, J., on
August 29. 1915. MATHILDB II., wife ot
Oeorge J. Roesch and daughter of Helena M.
and the late Frederick A. Poth. Relatlvea
and frlenda are Invited to attend the funeral
aervlcea. Thuraday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at
her late residence, 210 N. 33d St., West Phil
adelphia. Interment private. Those who de.
aire may view remains at her Atlantic City
home on Wednesday afternoon from 1 until 3
ROVtNTREE. At Bristol, Pa., on Auaust SO
rah Winter Strickland. Relatlvea and friends
ST! !J"te,d Si th, -funeral aeVvlCM.at
Kf iai" ".tSBf'' Jerson ave.. Brls
.frUlUb.0m.Sry?)r Rt 2 P " InUment at
RUDOLl'HSuddenly. at Atlantlo city, N.
l-.'J"1 VE" ,00.' 1 ANNIE I. wtfi of
?nvm.eAIt:n!!a?,,,5- .Hv" "ha '"ends are
Invited to attend ths funeral services, on
Thursdsy njorntng, at 10 30 o'clock precisely,
at '?.? residence of her brother-in-law. Sam-
t'.'rt'pr'lVa2312 Nrth V" ' '
62 years. Relatives and friends of the "am-
l2. rnembers Olive Branch Lodge, No.
115. L O. O. F.. and employes of II. Belfleld
Co.. are respectfully Invited to attend the
funeral services, at his late residence 1227
Melon St.. Wednesday evening, at Relics!
Interment private Thursday momlnr.
SCHWAMII. At Atlantlo City. N. J.! on Au.
gust 29, 1015. ELIZABETH (neeVPowell) be.
foved wife of! Frederick Schwamb. Relatives
and friends are Invited to attend the funeral
on Thuraday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at her
late residence, 30 North Pennsylvania ave
Atlantlo City, N. J. Interment atrictVprl':
vate at Pleaaantvllla Camaterv. m t ' y
s?,'Kcr0.n.,A'imt 3,!2.8. mc.b fsIr.
wwuy,, " v.. im ..iiwi ji, ana Jennie
Bxu.' f.te.d.5 y.Tf. , Rs'stlvea and friends
are Invited to attend tha funeral servlceaat
ths realdence ot bla parenu, 2320 South Tftid
vaUrFSaaaY'lO1 " ,n,era" P
8CKANTON-ln Ltndenwold. N. J., on Au.
K'tfrvSJ Yn'o-: 'SSHs-SSiS
W8, of Llndenwoldl the Eaglu of Lauf?i
bprlngs, nd Pressmen's Union of Phlladel.
phla, are InvlUd to attenf the tuners J aery1:
Ices, en Thursday, at 2, p. m., at St. ijivv
reneVs lloman Catholic Church, Laurel
Springe. Interment at llarlelgh Cemetery.
Camden. N. J. Auto will meet train at
Llndenwold leaving Market st. ferry at 12 26
Mw f iknmB Jl',...'!."!1''1.1-!
bers'of Garfield Lodge. No. 19, 8. of B.
KiVr""aK:"..i."" SZm&t '"m the real.
dence of Mri. Julia Bniodley, 8540 Crowaon
St., aermantown, on Thuradayrlt fi. S,
interment at lyy' Hlll'cemete. Frtends
may call Wednesday, from 8 to Id n mWMi
SMITH. On Auguat 29, 1918. EDWAnn .-
ot PaUlck and Ellen Smith, aged 1 year an?
S months. Uelaltve and frlenoi ari7ni.
to attend the fimeral. on ThursdiV at ?
p. m., from the reaJdence of his i Daren't, i.t
WeM Jalmr7st. (2d anf Columbia avi'v3
lnurment at Uoly ulcbx,metery e '
WKII)MAN-On August . 1IHS jlfcnn t
" VE1DMAN. huaband of Anna vt wSR8
(nee abat). aged N jreaSf R7fatlVM nS
frtends, also .Reynolds iST, Nori fllT! "J4
a Invited to attend Ma f unenl'scnfoM b
1l?,5"HE',-p ATtiel M, 1818, UARTB
Mt?p.&,of B!ThiJaygd frir..
aJrcft"' W?f- ' ? SruS:
WaTT. Oa Auguat (1, lls onntm.
isttx?hv?rgx hT iLsusf
Oa., at 10 a m. ' Traaillir i E ??
St??- tMioJ b22! 2ftL5?'rs
t nTWLafwif i iTM n ... '."r""-rTs
TllsWAr-il4iwof "JK2. I.e;
nevur (ne Mullar). aaad aa i. J: .wf'v
4 frtoa.. slaeteatalSiLS", ?Je
TYaUnatty it the Uy lCZK. i"e"-
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Many energetic, bright BOYS and
GIRLS who come under our care are
now available for office, shop or
factory work; NO CHARGES.
Telephones, Race 3337. Spruce BUT.
tAtl Htlo Wanted end Situations WaatiS
advertising- Inserfed 4n tis Dally Publfe Ltigtr ,'
s rrveated in the Evening Ledger (ne jam ;' :
jay milhout eddllionol enoroe, , J
BOOKKEEPER Hiperlenced and caBab!-4a
bookkeeper, with some knowledgo of short- I
v.n mnA tvtiewrillfir. M A.1S- IArtr Pn ' 1
BOOKKEEPER and STENOGnAPHEIU Ut
exp aalary and refa. 11 153, Ledger Central.
CHAMBERMAID and waitress, assist with
child: refined woman. Meet employer. Room
230, Ledger Office. 2 o'clock, Wednesday.
CLOTH WEAVBR8 wanted. John A James
Dobaon, Inc., Blanket Mills, Scott's lane,
Falls of Schuylkill.
COOK, wash, iron, downstairs work; young.
, IIWII, wwnM .B..0 nw.n, jhud,
, Protestant; reference. Meet employer,
i 230Ledger Office, 2 o'clock, .Wcd'day.
COOK and chambermaid. 2 girls, assist lllht ;
waan: uerman irot. prci. aieei emoiorer.
Room 230, Led. Off.. Wednesday, 12 o'clock.
COOK, Proteatant. for private family, suburbs.
See- Miss Reed, Room 230, Publlo Ledger, 8th
and Cheatnut ats.
COOK Experienced German preferred; s
washing or ironing. Call 3028 Wallace.
COOK, white, for Chestnut Iltllt no wash! ',
aaalat Ironing. L 70S. Ledger Office. IA
COOK1NO and downstairs work; permanent: ST
experiencca coiorea jiirt; Aiianvio t-iiy, must
have reference. M 12S, Ledger Office. Nj
GENERAL HOUSEWORKvaiRLS Me in con-
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waitresses can also secure situations in tne
beat Philadelphia families You can reach
these employers through Ledger Went Ads.
and ths service of the Household Registry
Call at or write the Bureau today. Miss
Reed can help you to a good position. Suits
230-230. Ledger Bldr., 6th and Chestnut sts.
Free service to Ledger Advertisers.
HOUSEWORK Capable white girl for ganerat
housework In small adult family; reference,
4337 Baltimore ave.
HOUSEWORK aiHli-Good home.
LADY, educated, ambitious and industrious,
wanted; opporturlty to learn good bualnesa;
IV) per month to start; j-eferences. V 618,
Ledgrr Office. 1
LAUNDRESS Competent Proteatant, white;
permanent: must have ref. L 702, Led. Off.
SALESWOMAN Store handl'ng flrst-claes line
desires aervlcea ot sales person; must hav
chnracter; give full details In application.
II 231, Ledger Central.
SALESWOMEN wanted for cloaks, suits and
dreaaea from 10 to 6 p. m., Mondays. Wednes
days and Saturdays; high salaries to those
thoroughly experienced In cloaks and suits.
Apply at once. Superintendent's ofnee.
Frank & Seder Company, 11th and Market
STENOGRAPHER and conveyancer for large
W. Phlla. real eatate office. A 134, Led. Off.
STENOGRAPHERS, TYPISTS, DIRECT DIC
TATION OPERATORS, LANGUAGE TRANS
LATORS Thoroughly efficient stenographers
needed; opportunlttea for beginners that qual
ify. Lyon Publlo Stenographic Bureau, 383
Mutual Life, 1011 Cheatnut at.
STENOOTlAPHEnS, bookkeepers and clerks,
aee Miss Dean, of Ledger Central, It you
are seeking a position. Through Ledger
Want Ada and the Commercial Registry
Department a large number ot young ladle
have secured good positions. Miss Dean
will help you write an attractive ad, list
your application and aid youto secure the
kind of position you seek. "This Is a frea
service to Ledger advertisers.
TYPIST Immeolate employment Is offered to
a rapid typist desirous ot learning phono
graphy; operators must have high school
education and bualneas experience. Call at
tho Curtis Publishing Comran v t-.mplpyment
Offlcev 7th and Sanaora ate., Wednesday, ,b-
IWINl AA iUUiUUW..
"WOMAN, over 23, married or" single, good ap
pearance; whole or part Urns; permanent
position, worth 810 weekly. Apply Immedi
ately, giving telephone number. O 740. Led.
WOMAN for general housework: family' of 4;
no washing; wages 85. 821 E. Washington
HELP "WANTED MALE
Ail ifelp Wanted and Sltuallons Wanted
advertising imtrttd in fhe Dolly Publfa Ledger
Is repealed (it the Evening ledger tht same
day without additional charge,
ADVERTIBINO BOLlCITOR-dood oppor, to
man who can prove hla ability. P 032,Led.Olt.
ART STUDENT wanted to. color u p'GTack and
white poster drawings. Call Wed. bet 0 JO ana
10a,m.,JdgjjrmraBrod and Chestnut.
BARITONE for quartet obol'r. West Pblladel-
pbia; good snualo; moderate aalary. Address
U 100. Branch Ledger. 4828 Woodland ays.
BoT Bright.' rnanTy white Toy, willing to
work and learn. Cuthbert's Pharmacy. 40UO
CirAUFFBUK. white, single, experienced1 'on
Packara.-ear, .Meet employer. Room 230.
CHAUFFEURS, coachmen. cooksT'gardenefs'.'
butlers, valets and housemen who are aeeklna
poaltlons can reach the well-to-do employer,
threugh Ledger want ads. Your name, ad
dress and experience will be Hated free by
the Household Registry Bureau. Led air
Building. 0th and Cheatnut ats. r
Oood positions are being; niLad every day
This service Is limited to Ledger advertlserS
Cixril WEAVERS wamedr-Apily ?ohnA
James Dobaon. Inc., Blanket kills. Seott'a
lane. Falls of BchuylkllL ' ' Bc0
aTarpENERVVanted. arWyanewood. Pal" "at
gardener who understands care and feadU?
of poultry; board home; suta wsiea i and I raX
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