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i SHIPS AND EQUIPMENT, NOT BIG NAVY YARDS, PRESIDENT'S PROGRAM Wilson Tcfls Aides He Will Op pose Political Expenditures for Worthless Army Posts CAN SAVE $150,000,000 Propnredncss to Bo Gnincd by Ending Mlsuso of Congressional Ap propriations System WASHINGTON, Sept. L-Atore cash' for warships, land fortifications, ammunition and artillery and very much less to maintain lifeless navy yards and army posts will be tho slogan of tlio Adminis tration's program for national defense. That was Indicated by Administration of ficials who conforrcd with tho President today. Amortg them wero Postmnnter General Burleson and Senator Tillman, chairman of the Naval Affairs Committee of the ffenate. Thuy received tho Impression from the President that ho would right log-rolling methods, whereby Individual appropriations were granted for the navy yards and army posts In their districts. Tho Administration will try to 'prevent members having army posts or navy yards In their districts from serving on Bcnato and Houso Committees which make appropriations for their support. By abandoning useless navy yards and army posts tho President has been told 1160,000,000 could bo saved. After Senator Tillman left tho Whlto House this afternoon he said: "1 am for a safo and sane policy of military expansion. I believe, however, that wo ought to take advantage of tho lepson of tho European war and not wnsto money In methods that havo been proven worthless." Denial was mado that the sum of $500, 000,000 had been fixed arbitrarily as tho amount needed for rehabilitation. The President Is hopeful that It will be possible to mako a "start" on a program for complete preparedness with much less money. But It Is explained that ho will not mako up his mind on that subject un til he has had conferences with congres sional leaders. The executive expects to spend a good part of the present month In such conferences. Ho will not limit the exchango of views to members of his own party, but hopes to hear from a number of the leading Republican Sena tors and Representatives. The President already Is compiling data for his message to Congress on this sub ject, despite, -the fact that the time for the assembling of the legislative branch Is still three months away. Part of this data he has compiled from independent sources, and additional facts and figures are to bo given hlrn by Secretaries Gar rison and Daniels within the next fow days. ' , MICHELIN MEET LABOR DAY New Brunswick, N. J Games Havo Attracted Big Entry List NEW YORK, Sept. L Two of tho big athletic meetings scheduled for Labor Day will be contested outside Now York. Sanctioned games will be held at Great Neck, L. r., and at New Brunswick, N. J., the latter meet under the auspices of the MIchelln A. A., and In each a number of local athletes will bo contestants. The feature event at Great Neck will be a mile relay for clubs. In which tho Irish-American A. C. team will be the leading entry. Other events are 100-yard dash, 1000-yard handicap, 12-pound shot put handicap and three-mile run. with 175 yards handicap limit Abel Klviat will run on tho Irish Club relay team, wUh Ed Frazer, junior metropolitan half-mile champion: Eddie Coyle, and another man to bo selected. W. It. Granger, the Dartmouth and Irish-American A. C. star; Boy Morse, national champion at 220 yards; Frank Stephenson, of tho Trinity Club, and Ralph Runyan, of the (Pastime A. C are among tho tracks entered at New Brunswick. In these games there will bo 10 handicap events open to registered athletes and three Closed to residents of Middlesex County. CORLEY TO PLAY WILDWOOD Fast Baseball Nines to Clash on Shore Field The Corley C. C. baseball team will meet tho strong WUjlwood team on Fri day next at the latter team's ground, and tho public may confidently look forward to one of the most Interesting mntchCB that will take place on the Wlldwood Held. t Manager Myers, of the Corley team, will present his strongest lino-up of the season, and ho expects to add the Wild wood team, with their lnvlable record, to the list of Corley victories. Tho Corley line-up will be: Buddies start hard work on gridiron Head Coach Ingram v Pleased With Class of Material ANNAPOLIS. Md 8ept. l.-A squad of CO member of Ins new class at the Naval Acad emy. Including a halt dozen weighing In the neighborhood of 100 twunds each, and others who Indicated by their work, speed, strength and capability, pleased Lieutenant Ingram, head coach, and other offlcers who saw the practice this afternoon. During the summer the s'iud has worked out twice a week, but now dally practice has begun, and the squad Is going ahead rapidly. Five teams were prac ticing signals and formations this afternoon, and special attention has been given to for ward nsMlng. llardwlck. the Harvard player, arrived tonight, and the main squad will bcsln work on Beptember 20. viu Costcllo's Jaw Broken Blood will tell In the boxing game, even as ta anytHlrg else. This was proved fast night when Sailor Co.tello, a young brother of T?KV t.f,.ello. In bl- n" North Penn middleweight, after sustaining a fractured Jaw In the early rounds of his bout with Knockout Itusell at the Douglas Athletlo Club, did not once voice a complaint to his seconds, stick. lng until the termination of the contest. He Hospital" h '",Ury at BU Jo,e"' POIITOF PHILADELPHIA Vessels Arrlylng Today Btr. Haakon (Nor.), St. Ann, C, 11., plaster, Keystone Plaster Company Sir. Delaware. New York, merchandise, Clyde Steamship Comnanv, ' .&Ti iillem r)t New York, ballast. Mull von iifiVt kPM'., '?? "RU Ciiii (Greek), Manchester, ballast, o. O. Hempstead & Co. fcallka.ty,AlffVaITuPP1.rfKr-) '"" P"Wc Steamships to Arrive JTIlEiaUT, &.KdI. "'.'.piip. "lro RSI "jQUlque Julyl uiiimK'" Ifuelva July 22 raSlon "i.tt..fAvonmouth (....July Worlds " ...Newport JulySl Wlllefod P" , Aug. 10 TurbTnia'''"" rton Aug. 11 Ulldia "'' Hueiva Aug. 12 virBit.1. "" .wioraiiar .,,,. Aug, tu Virginia . ....Shield. . ... ini it tev.tkk.rr1mo,', -K"r" " uSdJn ,n Uergen . MackVaw" ...Narvik .. . gto-r.:::::::8sea&''"..: z ::.as!ir,h. Aug. IS Aug. 18 Aug, 10 Aug. 1U Aug 10 Aug. 19 Aug. Zt liu. VJ giTi'l ...JLilboe Au.'iW " ....Kltttfu ilur. .All. M .....efeMbav Al Z? ,AU. Wt -JW.sU .: :.::;:;: J5tM v EVENING MARRY EDWARDS' NINE BOOT? GAME TO NORTH AMERICAN, 12-8 O'Brien Clan Starts Near-Riot Whilo Hanlon Almost Pilfers Second Baso The Harry D. Edwards' baseball team went down to defeat before the North American nine by n score of 12 to 8 to day at Mcadqwlrook Field Careless base-running, footing and kicking tho ball alt over the field resulted In the 1M wards baseballlans downfall. A near-riot occurred in tho fifth Inning on an infield fly dispute, when Top J .." ftnd h,s threo husky offsprings verbally attacked tho umpire. However, North American Captain Graham voiced his argument louder than nny of the O Ilrlens and the ofllclnl abided by his (Graham's) decision. The chief fentur. of tho gamo was Jack Hanlon s attempt to steal second after (bentlng out a hefty xvallop to tho right field nvall. which, usually, Is good for a double. Tho line-up: Harry D. Edwards Cnssldy, c.i P. O'Drlrn. .1vii,ind of-,J O'l'rlcn. cf 'and p., T O linen. n.i .inrrn m , uni . li . ler, If.i rrccdnian, cf. nnd 3b., Fox. p. am! North Amprlcan-Knurrman, 2b., McOonnell, rvHrUnBU,"rt'.no,-, f"i ar"h?m- e. t ' Lavan. SI . li. umpire Johnny Hums. The score by Innings: H. D. Edward 0 0 t O 3 .1 0 0 1 8 12 I) torlli American 12000400 x 12 10 1 POINT BHEEZE CARD Long Distance Bike Race on Schedulo for Tomorrow One of the greatest long dlstnnco motor-paced races ever decided In this city will bo contested tomorrow night at Point Ilrecze Park Motordrome, when four ot the most noted Americans, who havo won world's championships, will be brought together, nnd the dlstnnco decided on Is ift) kilometers, 62V4 miles, the longest race ovtr lo'-lded. The men "elected to ride In this big Derby nro Clh7nrA Carman, Jamaica, I I.; Gcorgo Wiley, gvrncuse, N. Y.: Bobby Walthour, Atlanta, Ua., and Jlm mle Moran, Boston, Mass. With tho nrrivat of Walthour, tho Dixie flyer, yesterday at the track from Bos ton, where he won the big SO-mllo race on Saturday, he stated that ho Is In tho best of condition, and ho hopes to be able to glvo Carmannd Wiley tho race of their lives over this long route. Tho distance Is Just suitable to the Southern flyer. SPECIAL FIGHTS AT GAYETY 105-Pound Class in Amateurs Also Slated for Tonight Tho 105-pound class of amateur boxers at tho Gaycty Theatre has dwindled down to tho semifinals, which will bo contested tonight. Tho boys entitled to contest for the diamond ring nnd gold watch are Joe Belmont, Kid Belmont, Billy Hlnes, James McGce, Young Teddy Malone, ,Kld Mar tin, Joo Ruben, Kid Wallace and Younu; wuuy. Three special bouts are also scheduled between Joo Bradley and Charley Chancy, Franklo McKenna nnd Pntsey Bradley and Battling Murray and Young Becker, and tho boys in the 110-pound class will be started MARRIED MAN SHOOTS GIRL Commits Suicide After Wife Finds Note in Pocket BALTIMORE, Md.. Sept. 1. William Munk, 17 years old, shot nnd fatally wounded 17-year-old Elsie Kono and then ended jils own, life by shooting himself In th6 temple. In the cellar of his homo late last night. The tragedy occurred after Munk's wlfo had found a note In his pocket. In which the Kane girl's name was mentioned. Munk died less than an hour after the shooting. The Kane girl is in a critical condition at St, Joseph's Hospital, with bullet wounds In her head and her breast, Munk had four small children. f LIGHTWEIGHT CHASSIS NEXT BIG MOTORCAR DEVELOPMENT Engineers Agree That Future Construction Will Tend to the Elimination of Heavy, Cumbersome Ma chinesGeorge Daniels to Market His Own Car That light weight chassis wilt be tho next big development In automobile conT structlcn ts the consensus of opinion among engineers and others Interested in tho future of the motorcar industry, The old argument of the heavy car finds very few adherents nowadays. There used to be many who maintained for divers reasons that high power and great weight produced a better car, whero upkeep was not considered, thnn lesser weight and correspondingly lesser power, says Automobile. This notion Is breaking down altogether, and somo en gineers go so far as to predict the speedy demise of tho 4000-pound automobile. , Tho Immenso general Interest In the subject among all branches of the trada and also In automobile clubs and places whero users of cars mostly congregate suggests that development along this line will be even more rapid than was at first anticipated. It suggests that tho large, light car will soon be hero in quantities, and that every sales room will have to be equipped with a weighing machine before very many months have passed. To multiplicity of cylinders, to auto matic gear ehlfts and similar develop ments objections are raised, but It seems tho common sense of light weight Is to have no antagonists. Scores of old friends have greeted "Ted" Jackson since ho assumed his duties as president of the Packard Motor car Company, o,f New York, Before com ing to Philadelphia, five years ago, he was for three years sales manager of the Packard's New Vork branch. Mr Jackson's experience in the auto mobile business covers a period of 15 years. He entered this neld as advertising manager of the Searchmont Automobile Company In 1S01. Two years later he as sumed the management of the motorcar department cf John Wanamaker. Nw York, remaining there until VJOi, when he organized the Chadwlck Motorcar Com pany, of New York, to handle the entire output of Chadwlck cars. In December. 1507, he Joined the Pack ard Motorcar Company, of Ne.v York, as salesman, and In t.he apring of IMS was given charge til the used car department, A short time later he was made sales manager of the company. In 1910 he was sent to Phlladelpnia, at the time tho fac tory took over the business In Philadel phia from tho Keystone Motorcar Com pany, MEARS & BROWN CITY AND BUBCHHAN KKAI, E8TATB l'roperllss Manssed Itsnts Collected Insurance and Mortsasti l'laced Litis d application 202 South 15th Street DEEDS DRAWN $1 Morasses ll.M M. J. WAIXACE mi-llll Lmci! BUff. nut ti-w o. cHr H) , ,TEDqEBPHIi;PLtPHIA; WTaTTSTESDAY, SEPTEMTBajTB t, XittS; R. R. CROSSING WHERE TWO WERE KILLED AND TWO HURT MA 1 'Jf '$ a I LbBBBBBBBBBBBBbPiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT .S ''Lt ) IsBBBBBBBBBBBSeBtBTYj t B StaU' f IXLbBBBBBBBBBBBIbL 1 V Ji' H1 l -L sllla.llaBilii..KIWBsPii.Blis...lil.i..lla.llBCT . I l... . , , . t . I t-rfJ"rWWWVMjsla.W EXPRESS KILLS MAN AND WOMAN; TWO . OTHERS ARE DYING Train Crashes Into Carriage at Reading Railway Crossing Near Laurel Springs, New Jersey ONE VICTIM MANGLED Two persons are dead and two others are dying todny of Injuries received when a light carriage, in which they wero rid ing was struck by an Atlantic City ex press, on tho Reading line, near Laurel Springs early today. Tho dead are John Flnkel, 24W Jasper sticet, this city, and Mrs. Mary Slcber, of Gnrdcn Lake, near Laurel"Sprlngs. Mrs. Flnkel and Slcber nre dying In the Cooper Hospital, each with a fractured Bkull. Mr. and Sirs Flnkel had been visiting at the home ot the Slcburs. They started for tho Laurel Springs station. In tho carriage, about midnight. As they wero crossing tho Rending tracks, at 12:10 o'clock this morning, tho express train struck the carriage. Mrs. Slcber's body was hurled directly under tho wheels of tho train. It was so badly mangled that It was not until 10 o'clock this morning that she was identi fied. Slcber and Mr. and Mrs. Flnkel wero thrown to one side, Flnkel being Instnntly killed. The engineer stdppcd the train after the accident and notified a physician, who pronounced Flnkel dead. The injured were hurried to tho hospital In a passing automobile. The Flnkels had been living at Garden Lake for some years. A week ago Fin kel rented the house at Jasper street, but had not yet occupied It, although his fur niture had been moved to this city. Philadelphia Woman Wins Golf Cup WATCH HILL. N. Y.. Sept. 1. Two women chiniplonahlpi. were decided at the Mlsquuml cut CJolf Club c8terday atternoon. The round robin tennla tonrmmcnt uhleh has been run nine for alx neeks ended when Mrs. Ilobert name, or j-niiau-innia, was awarded the chamulonhlu cud wit Itli 10 games, each game counting as a point to her credit. Mrs. Jesse wllltnmeon, also from I'hlUdelphla, was sec ond, with IS credits, while Mrs. Henry Van Cltef. ot New York, finished third. Tho golf championship, which was started last Thurs day renulteJ In a victory for Mrs. Julian Jones, of Cincinnati, with Mrs. John 8. Ovsley. of New Haven. In the runner-up position. The Kelly-Sprlngfleld Tre Company Is now housed in new quarters at 237-233 North Broad street, having removed from tho building which It occupied for years at 208 North Broad street. F. A. Klssell, the manager, Is one of the pioneer tire men In this city, having represented the Kelly-Springncld for more' than ten years. Harry WallB, formerly factory repre sentative for tho Briscoe Company and ono of tho widely known automobllo men of the city, has become associated with William T, Taylor, who Is handling tho Appcrson car, with offlces In tho Abbott Building and selling quarters at the southwest corner of Broad and Race streets. "Tho motorcar Industry has been so busily engaged trying to nil the great demand for motorcars that it has en tirely neglected the basic principle that must underlie every successful business." uid Hugh Chalmers In his address of vfclcome at the recent convention of Chalmers service managers. "The year J913 has launched a great battle of the .survival of the fittest In tho motorcar Industry. Practically every motorcar manufacturer has made a large price reduction. "Tho motorcar company that gives the best service In the future will be the most successful company. Courtesy, which Is ono of the cheapest things in the world. Is one of the rarest. It Is you service men who come In direct contact with the motor-buying public. The first principle of your work should be courtesy. Lots of times when you have been work ing hard underneath a car you are In clined to look upon the 'kicker with dis favor, but it is a man who listens with courtesy to every complaint and does all within his power to right the difficulty who Is the most successful. REAL XSTATE FOB SAXE NKV JKltbKY Lakeview Heights er's daxdaa Spot Ideally situated la tlie fsmaos Pines Jersey. rluoklnv K.Aiii!fi,t AIihh.m. f.li- Th on. of Ksw Ideal place; for jou to Invest la a home or busralen. Wo ars In build and roBiulcto your bom LAKKVlKW lfrUUllTH to-day, Jke?ltw Is 10 miles front and Woodbury Kleetrto Trolley Cot Marked fHackwood. DYKMAN-NORRIS JWI CHaWTNUT CTKKKT. MtM TasOAJ' (Asa M4 Ai;ttt Cfttft4lMtt MrMt - i. The upper picture shows the Reading tracks at Laurel Springs, N. J., whero tho express train struck the carriage, virtually demolish ing it, as shown below. THE DAILY STORY -3 . Vera Goes Fishing There had been a tlm6 with tho Wig leys, when their little house of four rooms vns bright from roof to kitchen with floral carpets nnd wallpaper and varicolored upholstering on nil tho fur niture. 'The BOnp business prospered, nnd Mrs. Wlglcy learned. Their next house of eight rooms had 'nothing floral In Its adornment. Instead, tho rugs every where had perfectly evident oriental medallions that might almost havo been She had discovered them both lacl in the garacn digging for worms to go fishing. r,,,i,. .i. , ,, . , Sr"rSSU th'n.Sd "r "I! ously on the mission stylo that it might , ..v. ..w ........... u rau I.IUUUIUH- nave an oeen turned out or a carpenter shop. Besides there was an evidence of brass that was astonishing. The soap business continued to prosper, and Mrs. Wlgley continued to learn. Next came a still larger house with real Eastern rugs, rich dull mahogany, a very limited amount of bronze, nnd gooa pictures, The soap business flnallv nuterow it. sen ana air. wigiey now having a dozen irons In the Are to open the money pots of tho people, the Wigleys had forged ahead. Indeed. Their home was now a mansion, the furnishings the wonder of feature supplements, servants In such numbers as to be spoken of a "a body," and the family was often abroad or at the country home. Vera Wlgley, an only daughter, had passed through as many vicissitudes In her upbringing as the homo Itself. At four sho had played happily In the alley with the Mulligans next door. At 21, she had her own French maid, her own apartments at home, her own limousine and chauffeur and exquisite clothes from Europe. . Mrs. Wlgley kept pace with her daugh ter and was a very elegant person, to say the least. But Pa Wlgley was still Pa Wlgley, eating peas no, not with his knife, but with a spoon, and Insisting on wearing slippers in tho house. , He was the millstone around the social neck of Mrs. Wlgley. No amount of traveling, lecturing, tutoring nor pleading could polish him. He was hopeless. Just as soon as Mrs. Wlgley obtained a foot- ! .... . . I " Our yards resemble Bee Hives. Busy every second of tho time, with saws and ti planers furnishing the ftf "buzx." Edward F.Hensonfi Co. Structural Lumber and Timber i I'oplar Street Wharrrs, 1'hlla. ssra(y REAL ESTATE FOB SALE NEW JEHSKY zsm a let or two and build yourself position ta help and finance you In lures to four weeks. Cuius to Philadelphia on the Gloucester from Kalxhn Avonus, Cnutden, CO. HKU, s.HONK. WALNUT 1911 TUiiaulsMkl&J "... KnaJrV iJL!iVr 1 in v. u T-T -. OP - . M hold upon tho social ladder, pa would slip and trip them all. Her despair was the more complete since Vera, too, had decided to do her own thinking of late. In splto of her French maid, she was beginning to show decidedly plebeian traits evidently In herited from her father. It had been much worse sinco their nrrlval at the country house. The two hnd acquired the habit of putting on old shoes nnd tramping for miles over country roads. Vern'B complexion was being ruined! And only yesterday Mrs. WIgley's eye were still threatening to run over nt tho verv thought she hnd discovered them both bnck In the gnrdcn dlccing for worms to go fishing. Mr. Wluley hnd explained unblushlngly that he wasn't using his other stuff (referring to his ex pensive outfit of rods, reels nnd flics on display In the gunroom) because he didn't know what the "blame things" were for. He nnd Vera hnd hickory poles he had cut on some of their rambles. "It Just means." sobbed the unhappy lady, that our names will never go through nt the Countrv Club. What will people think of us? Tho very servants are laughing!" But the most agonizing thought of all was about the earl's youngest brother. In some manner they hnd managed to meet him In Kurope the previous spring, and ho had seemed to like Vera. When Mrs. Wlgley heard he was at present a guest of the Jack Turners, their nearest neighbors, she planned a wonderful cam paign. Things Just now were nt a stand still, however, pending the decision of the country Club. True the earl's youngest brother was plain mister but even so! It was all too dreadful? And Mrs. Wlg- ! ,ey cried again. Dear knows whero her !" ter were now. Tramp- mi- ncain or ntttwntri At 6 o'clock the wanderers hnd not re turned. "I know Just how Vera will look," declared her mother. "Really, I'm nshamed for even Marie to see her." She paused. "Here they come now. Heavens! There Is someone with them. Who In tho world can they have picked up at this time of the day?" Sho stood on the broad terrace that ' overlooked the rolling velvet lawn. Three -.AKnA-.. l.n.1 ..-. I.. . .,- . persons had turned In at the big Iron gate and were passing the lodgo Just in side the entrance. "It's a man In a cap! He's got a rod, too! Urn-hum! Some tramp they've picked up fishing, of coursel I Blmply can't stand this much longer. And Just look at Vera! She's a fright, and laughing like a nlnnle at something the fool's saying." The "fool" evidently did not agree with Mrs. Wlgley, for he seemed to have eyes for nothing else In the world but pretty. HOUSEKEEPING APABTMENTS $oob Jlorton (IN (IKIUIANTOWN) WAYNE AVE. AT JOHNSON ST. Overlooking Lincoln Drive. 7 and 8 rooms and S baths. All modern Improvements. II. J. JOHNBON. 300 "-y Uulldlng. ' Ml K.XSA.L. JSSTATJ3 Hull BALE ItttA-L, JSSTAXB if OB SALE REAI. ESTAlal. Bos K. " OKHMANTOWN OEItMANTOWN OEKMAN " JTE " i) methodw $4850 A I A Selling Rapidly F ' JlgC 'C f mTr$ii9 flr 'C'wv B 4 Ji4 HB Tssssssssawa VF4IV utmtm ammwatFti9wn Hff OP&sff oBisss'JBSI bssSpvssssssbJssssvsW i as. Ink 'VirtiX HHRRHHORBjruWA eIbbW f.3? S "sBMWIltil.lltrJJJlrJMM T ' w' Jj.jPxLllM"llWBglMMBHllBBBWr ' vv sbbbbblJ 'VsSMsSSeaSsliCaKwJsssHssssB 'A BH "JV all IK'J-lssl SBW9sBSSSSSBtaHsSBvAtt,av Isl BSBV v I m v-SJJI SSMCh. J1 fsst SSSKBt fvSSSSSSal 'fasi VS -.-wTt.i 1 ElSS?STT SSvsSSSSSSSCSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSBBa ,fl f v SBBJ BssTl 1 1 iH.ir - ti 'E r . OWJB - jSSI?v t W.' BJBBBJiMMBM zzs ! WMrrlll i 4 ., v1.,?' Bw?.Kz2SI'f ssVssTB Hm3$J Ft 4 bssssssssssssssssssbbsskUbsV1'w I T t L 'tassrsVK4lB'Vl XI s. A asw. TZ& 1 """"ssasSSsts1lBSJW--"3HPTCM Bfl Nothing Like These in Philadelphia . Situated Jn the most delightful part of residential Gcrmantown. dose to BEAUTIFUL L1NCOJ a direct road through Fairmount Park to the heart pf the city. vwj Tiled Bath, Hardwood Floora Open FirepUcee, Hot-Water Heat, Gaa Kitcii, Electf i.Uh, ShroBnm f0,r B5r.,ge J1' w,n"t,..1faLk to TulpehocliM Station, oe of the moM ewduaive . uon. R.R. 70 trains dally. Take car on 13th St., Rorte S3. G at off at WMUnfto Lm 4 Way Awt SPECIMEN HOUM ALWAYS 6fKM " - AGENT ON THE PKEMISBS, OH YOU CAN APPLtDIMCTLY TO , JOHN H. McCLATCHY, Land tousled Vera, In her broad hat ! rumpled whlto linen dress. As the trio approached the steps, an, electric shock shot up Mrs. WlKleyV spine and down again She frit suddenly faint and leaned against a pillar for sup port Sho hnd recognlced the "tramp" as the earl's brother Mrs. Wlgley had never stopped learn ing, One of the things stamped Indelibly on her brain was never to show your feelings! Smile' She had saved the day many a time by smiling. There was the time Mr. Wlgley had shaken hands with the Jones' butler. lust now the kv and trees were spin ning, the terrrt cotta paving of the ter race was rolling away In great waves, but tho cfttl' youngest brother saw only a pretty, amiable woman smiling a wel come, and graciously holding out her hnnd, "You remember Mr.-. TomDloton. mamma, don't you?" Vera was say ing "We've had splendid luck fishing-. Wo're as hungry as hunters, too, and per suaded Mr Tcmnlelon to come to dinner. Oh, don't worry about your clothes," she begged when ho apologized. "Mother will tell you we are In tho country now and everything goes. Won't you. mother" And Mrs Wlgley learned something more. It wna that the more you know, the more you know that you don't know, Thero were a few things that aho didn't know, ns she discovered that evening. They were all on the terrace enjoying the moon, Suddenly the young man declared Impetuously, "Ifscrtalnly lino to know genuine Americans. Do you know, Mrs. Wlgley," confidentially, "you havo no lda how many Americana with money are aro making monkeys of themselves try ing to play society Instead of living real wholesome lives. That's why I like Jack Turner and his wife. They nro naturo lovers, like yourselves. And pardon me. Miss Vera I don't believe I ever saw nnv onn m nntural nnd so beautiful as your daugn- icr was out in tne boat this afternoon!" Copyright, 1014, by the McCluro Newspaper Syndics to, FENCIBLES STOP RECRUITING Full Quota of 200 Signs for Broomall Encampment No moro recruits will bo accepted by the State Fcncibles for the three-day enenmpment at Broomall, tho full quota of MO called for having been obtained yesterday. Nearly everything Is now In readiness for the start of the encamp ment, which will be on Friday. Tho limit of 200 recruits was made becauso the Fcncibles havo only that number of uni forms. Each "recruit will bo supplied with a unlfoim nnd other equipment with the exception of shoes, underwear and toilet articles. The cost Is $3 as 'a mess fee for each man. Fifty regularly enlisted privates and non-commissioned officers, the Fenclbles band nnd 10 cooks will go into camp with the rookies. HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS WEST 1'IIII.AItKLI'IlIA ANGORA TERRACE APARTMEN' 53d to 55th St., One Block South of Baltimore Ave. sBsssHstflsHBV'IsBif 'im&W&mt3mWE&:'' .... Apartment are,5;u,'t In pairs, like eldeyard houses, making every OUtslde room, and With heAlltlriil nn1 varl. ot.l.M.. ' If you are COlne: to live In nn particular apartment out of the many, nrt fJlVVJ mU"t.,,b.e ONE BBBT APARTMENT for you where location, and comfort eYerythlns that toes to make a truly attractive apartment f ab'jly U; best and this. too. for a reasonable renti" Pa"menl inrlude. m.f ..- mMMJf Voa can secure one of the apartments, an Lfriri? ?-..' ""''"nt and even heating-, unlimited hot water, courteou Jfct evervff i0.8' vacu.um ?'ian,n? """. "ai. screeni and awnl? and whlfa nim.i i,i. .;.., Sorches.'tVhn.amr'.Witafi f.lic .WSW ......, fc ,lla u,,, inexpensive mine about mem. . oZ'r,hfL'f ,,a,uru"y fu'ntthmd a Samplm Apartment Wo. S440 Angora Ter, remarkably i7fP".0n.aV and "'" "' ' a dihnita l remarkably attract ids theee apartment s realty arm. ' LwwWffELwwwwwWLwF business S BsssssPP j lPITOWrsWessssssssssssa,"ht sessions fssBC &? && ? sssssaB' and class M BT &-4J& tf f moderate. B raH SSSSWAi- ''i Phil S ssit, I issssHseHiHssssHiassssLflHIB 1'A. One of the Pedigreed Angora Kittens WM. H. W. QUICK & BRO., Inc., 8 Sv.VfeSTv,.F. AND Philadelphia and NORMAN S. SHERWOOD, 1411 wSbiotrl SANCHQft FOR CRUBER Ri - r " ' o American Powerboat Ai tion Suspends P,iht of ft motors to Hold Biff Event The sanction for the 1M noutlral motorboat race from the ColnrnWa. uiud to ucean City, on Friday Y urday, has been suspended, aec a telegram received at tho liea or the itaclng Association of So ey Yacht Clubs. e The telegram announcing this fit sent to Joseph I Bailey, secreUi tho South Jersey Association. No ren waa assigned In the telegram, but a 1 tcr Is on the way which Is cxpectec giro full particulars of the suspem ana tno causes thereror. The tele; received by Mr. Bailey was from . unapman, or New Tork, secretary i National Ilacing Commlston of the lean Power Boat Association. , The suspension does not neesWirvM terfcre with the holding of thjo race, no cnnmpionsnip certincate can granted to tho winner, ns ladvertlai nor will the records made In the" race t accepted or recognlied by tHe A. P a. un tne otner nana, the susbenelon i bo regarded as a blow technically to south Jersey Association, since It known that the suspension wtis madfe fa lowing a failure ot the promoters of tk race to conform with the requirements tho A. P. B. A. In obtaining sanctions. To Improve Gcrmantown Parka Proposals for Improvements to "WaariSj lngton Square, Cornelius Square and Ve non rark, Gcrmantown. wore opened day by the Bureau of Property A fun of JM.OOO Is available for the work. HEATING HOT WATER VAPOR STEAM J M.J.MARGULIES&C 125 So. 5th PHILADELPHIA 'Both Phone HOUSEKEEPING APABTM WEST 1'IHf.AUEI.riIlX ati.rlm.ti, t.1 -l, ...- ... .1 many you see on 'every band Is n. uu are nnisnea in Dom netur .?". cabinet las rangesJ "at home" in MINARY l 3 K' -l vuure m ?o Bctaae: oral. I'er. "e $ST t7 Title Builr II 2 Hit WUic Im MMu ... j . . ." sWMm y-,amm W4.