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PniLADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1915.
ContiouT, 1015, r tai Pcbmo Lrooi Commnt.
HILS DEFEAT PITTSBURGH, 3-2;
MACKS LOSE; TRAIL IN SECOND
TO START GREAT SUBWAY,
MARKING CITY'S PROGRESS
Je Are Making His-
ttory," Cries Blariken-
i burg to Huge Crowd
i -i.i klalni .... 4nrtfaa. "
V ftrO mailing liaom.jr ucio i...-i.
1th this potent sentence Mayor Blnnk-
rif omclfttty began. Philadelphia's
Meat program of rapid transit dcvelop-
nt this afternoon. Surrounded by his
blnet, by members of both branches of
MttanciU, and by thousands 01 citizens
fiwembled on City Hall plaza tho Mayor
Kroke ground for the first section of tho
ad street subway.
! irf the city's chief executive plunped
Eft silver-plated spado Into the earth.
4br after cneer runs irum uw uuuiib
rM the plaza, ine Muniapai uanu nirum
Fw a lively air and Philadelphia form
UHy began a new era of municipal de
Tlopment. The public ceremonies to mark the in-
Imuratlon of the great project began
Iwemptiy at 2:30 o'clock on tho north-
Mrnr of City Hall Plaza. The
Htayor, with the members of his cabinet
Mtt their wives, assemoiea in inr puunc
iHeeptlon room on tho second floor of
Snt Mill at 2:15. From here, led by the
I'Mnyor and Transit Director A. Merrltt
'Tylor, they marenca 10 me uus-urupeu
sjeakers stana ui me corner ui mo
fV proclamation Issued by the Mayor,
Iwrlllne all Philadelphia to witness the
Winning of the work, had brought out
Itkeusands. Scores of business, lmprove-
LBMnt and civic associations, wnicn aiaea
KjHrector Taylor in his long fight for tho
foptlon of the ftanslt program, were
L'repreienled. A aeiegauon 01 several
qndrea worKmcn paraaea jrom league
l!atM in ihx Pltv Hall.
: Surrounded by this great throng, the
fjteyor. Director Taylor and State Sen-
Mr James P. McNlchol, the head of
i.tk firm which hold the contract for the
lint work, stepped from the speakers'
Kid together. Director Tajlor, with the
ver-plated pick, stooped and loosened
spade deep In the earth and threw
the first spadeful.
'M the crowd cheered, the Maj or posed
fa. motion picture photographer. Then
ke turned and threw out half a dozen
ttra spadefuls. Director Taylor then
toe tha spade, and after throwing out
tft nnriftll4 hniriri II dnnntrti. Iji.
I'Ytalml T1.A Canatn. ., Mn ..a,..,.. .... .. .
te$M his unique position and smiled
taonlngly to the crowd as he pushed tho
tae in the earth. He was followed In
hck succession by Dltectors Porter,
lb and Zlegler.
5 ,H!hU today 'was tho greatest day In
e tfw city's transit development. Director
jrior m nis aaaress maae it plain mat
H was only the beginning. Tho city by
(tracts already executed stands com
mitted to the building of the Broad
trt subway and the Frankf6rd ele-
I featlnurd on Tage Pour. Column Three
.,,, COME FROM BEHIND
B IN SECOND CONTEST
Athletics, With Early Lead of
Four Runs, Unable to Hold
Upper Hand Over
JOE BUSH INEFFECTIVE
IFe box score and details of the
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LfcSrK an1 Cajole each hit successively,
(Wnun replaced him. Joe Bush Started
the, mound for tho locals.
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s. nno running catch of Pratt's sac
wnicn scored Shqtten. and then'
w.uiiiiK. uduu nir nn iiAnara fli
One. run. no hits, no errors.
HS walked Walsh tripled to cen-
eorln Schang, aid kept on to the
W, Lajole doubled to left. Wellman
a 00& for Ht. Louis. On Me.
sacrince fly to Jacobson, Strunk
I-alole could not advanrn. Old.
fe on Ifownril'n 1iwl thmw Tn-
Wt to Pratt. forclpgrOldrlng at seo
ijole scoring Lapp filed to Pratt
uii. tnree hits, ono error.
D SECOND INNINO.
walked. Jacobson fanned. Itlckoy
too vigorously over Jacobson's
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NO runs, tlo hits, tin rrnrs.
lined a claan alnirla In runtra.
flit tO I'AtVBtU tarhfi lliHnl In a..n-
fcrcltuj Oldrinff, and Pr,tt completed
faUud m pgo Two, Celuma JH
" PkilodtltiLLi omJ iii'an'u.
fcl eookr Untight and Sunihin
Mayor and Director Tell
What Transit Means to City
Tills grrat engineering work mark
the beginning of n new era In the life of
Let me rirrrM the hope that the work
on thin great ImproTemrnt may proceed
rapidly and without Interruption.
I ferl that the outetretrhrd hand of
Wllllnm Pfnn from III etntUA nboTe us
Is Kiting a Meaning upon our work.
."My part In to eiprra the heartfelt
tlinnkn of the people of Philadelphia to
thone who haTe labored so faithfully that
this day might come.
Tho gathering and dlntrlbntlon of the
Droad street nub way traffic can be pro
vided for only by the construction of a
The city Is committed by force of pub
lic necessity to .f
A subway from City Hall under
the Parkway to 39th street and
thence ns an derated to Itoxborough.
An derated line from 32d and
Market streets southwesterly througn.
the Woodland atrnue district.
It Is our plain ilutj first to offer the
right to equip and operate these lines to
the Philadelphia Itapld Transit Company.
Independent operation of the city
owned system would not be best for the
cltltens and would embarrass the Phila
delphia Itapld Transit Company financi
ally. One straight five-cent fare between
all points In Philadelphia must be estab
lished. The constitutional amendment increas
ing the city's borrowing capacity must be
supported at the election, November 2.
MRS. VANDERBECK WINS
NATIONAL GOLF TITLE
ON ONWENTSIA GREENS
Philadelphia "Vyoman Defeats
English Woman, Mrs. Gavin,
nf P.Viinnorn. S Tin nnrl
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MATCH WAS 1 UP AT TURN
CHICAGO, Sept. 11. Mrs. Clarence H.
Vanderbcck, of Philadelphia, today won
the women's national golt championship,
completing the final match at Onwentsla,
3 up to 2 to play on Sirs. W. A. Uavln,
of Shirley Park. England.
This makes two titles won by the Phil
adelphia woman this season, as several
months ago she won the championship
of the "Women's Eastern Golf Associa
tion. t ,
yesterday's storm lef cube course heavy,
so that tho ball got little or no run after
tho carry. At many of the holes after
the second shots Mrs Vanderbeck had
much less to do on tho approaches. Mrs.
Gavin was liberality Itself In the mat
ter of conceding putts. She rarely asked
her opponent to putt anything lees than
Starting off Mrs'. Gavin had tho honor
and drove a good ball straight down the
course. Sirs. Vanderbeck, however, out
drove her 30 yards, but It did no good, as
both had to play short of the .cross
bunker with their Irons. They reached
the green with their mashles and halved
In 5. The hole Is 400 yards.
To the 218-yard second hole the English
woman failed to carry tho shallow sand
trap on her drive. Not so Mrs. Vander
beck, who almost drove tha green. Out
of tho sand Mrs. Gavin laid her ball 18
feet beyond tho pin, while on tho like
tho Philadelphia woman chipped up to
within eight feet. Although Mrs. Gavin
had a mean downhill putt, she sur
prised every one by holing- the ball for a
3 and winning the hole, thereby becoming
Although she only had a half maahla
shot on her third to No. 7, Mrs. Vandsr-
' Continued' on Tare Two, Column Seen
TRAINING CAMP HEAR HERE
Plans Contemplate Establishment
Similar to the One at Platts-
burg, N. Y.
A cltltens' training camp to fit MOO men
for army service will be established near
FhuShte on October 1 according to
Announcement made late this afternoon
by A. J. Drexel Diddle.
Mr Blddle spoke at flag raiting exer
cises at the A. J. Drexel Diddle Bible
iii-JL xinm. nur Lansdowne. "lie said
the camp would be similar to the one at
P attsburg. and would be presided over
uj. a genfral appointed by the War P
partment location had not
been decided on at the present time, but
would be announceu . '"' ';
lis ., . months. Mr. Blddle read
commendatory letters rfom Secretary of J
Waj Garrison ana mju w..i. j,..
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Judie Charles V. Audenrled, President
of CoVmon Pleas Court No. . resumed
w. duties at the court today, having re
turned" rom an automobile trip thrpugh
New England, pn which he was accom
panied b) P-fr wife.
Trail KHta Ante Truek Drlw
KENNKTT SQUARE. Pa.. Sept, 11.
Charles Kiel, driver of delivery auto
of R. L. PXi Imh Grove merchant,
was killed Instantly when a locomotive
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Lunno on Niemen Also Cap
tured in Teuton Advance.
Slav Loss Heavy
FORCING DVINA PASSAGE
BERLIN, Sept. 11. General von Ulnden
burg has captured (SkIdel, 20 miles eajt
of Grodno, after a three days' battle In
the Niemen region. In which the Rus
sians suffered heavy losses.
Von Hlndenburg's right has captured
Lunno, 12 miles north of Skldel, on the
left bank of the Niemen.
Sixty miles to the southeast of Lunno,
an Austrian force has driven the Rus
sians from Alba, and la approaching
PETROQRAD, Sept. U.
The battle for It'ga has tEfen renewed
after a soveral days' lull. The Germans
under von Beseler nre violently attack
ing on tho entire front from Krledrlch
stadt to Dvlnsk, and northwest of Frled
richstadt are again attempting to cross
A11 enemy attacks thus far have been
beaten back-, but official dispatches today
Indicate that the assault is growing more
violent. The Wnr Ofllto has every confi
dence that General Ruzsky will hold the
Dvlna lino without reinforcements.
At the other wing of the Daltlc-to-Bes-sarabla
battle line, the Slavs have de
feated tho Austrlans for tho third tlmo
In threo days. The official statement Is
sued early today estimated that about
6000 prisoners. Including 16 officers, were
taken above Trembawla and near Chort
koff. JUST AS HOT AS YESTERDAY
Ninety Degrees at 1:30 o'clock This
Afternoon When Mercury
Stands at 'Maximum
It was Just as hot today as yesterday,
the maximum temperature being 90 de
grees, which was reached at 1:30 o'cloqk
this afternoon. In keeping with the
weather man's prediction, the thermome
ter showed a tendency to be merciful and
started to drop at 2 o'clock, this afternoon,
when it went 'to 88. At 4 o'clock it had
fallen two more degrees. Indications now
bear out tho prophecy that tho weather
wlll.be much cooler tonight end tomor
One victim of the heat was reported in
the northern section of the city. Ho is
William Lob, 13th street and Montgomery
avenue, who was prostrated at 13th and
Nprrls streets and taken to th.6 Woman's
Fortunately there la big relief, due to
the decrease In humidity, which was 69
per cent, at 8 o'clock, this morning. The
lowest temperature recorded today Was
73 degrees at 3:15 o'clock.
The hot weather revived the rush to
the seashore, and the stations of both
railroads were prowded during the day.
The Increase In temperature Also Is a
boon to- the parks, which were hard hit,
by the roary rainy days and the recent
Justice Lamar III
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. W Vs...
Sept. 1. -Associate Justice Joseph R. La
mar, of the United State Supreme Court,"
,ls slightly III t his cottage here.
i ' 'HI' II Hill Ml II III
'The KeMiagtiii Sys;
Bl "PasflmerV' tcenf upihe Pen.
taukenreek Uut Sunday in their canoe
and while lanMng at a ay spot, MUt
XffeN J3tffih wvt an ezMtUion 9
Taylor, Mayor Blankenburg, James P.
SLAYER OF CORD
WAS A WOMAN,
Slain Man's Partner Says
Realty Dealer's Office
Boy Knows Identity
STILL HELD AS WITNESS
Charles Luble. offlco boy, foimerly cm
plocd by Samuel S. Cord, tho murdered
real estate man, knows tho identity of
a woman with whom Cord was Infatu
ated, according to tho latest statement
this nfternoon by Olaf Peterson, "mate
rial witness" In the case.
Peterson still Is giving interviews at tho
rnto of three a day, discussing every
phaso of tho case, and Issuing denials
and retractions right and left. Today tho
only thing he could find to deny was the
story that he demanded $1000 from Cord a
few days before tho murder.
"The office boy knows the namo of the
woman In the case," said Peterson. "As
soon as he will tell her name I'll file a
writ of habeas corpus to got out of here,
go to the woman and Bay: "You're the
one that did' the job. You're the one
responsible.' But I can't do anything
until I And out who tho woman is."
Peterson again became garrulous about
his big Florida timber deal, and added a
lot of details that he hadn't thought of,
ho said, In a half dozen conversations
touching on the deal within tho last rew
days. Prosecutor William J. Kraft pays
little attention to anything Peterson says
iInco he branded the witness a "monu
A representative of the prosecutor is in
New York today interviewing Dr. A. L.
Shattuck, however, from whom Peterson
says ho got the option for the Florida
timber tract. He is expected to return
to Camden late today. Peterson's denial
of the' story that he demanded money
from Cord carries with It tho explanation
that of $2300 obtained by Cord from Mrs.
O. Sprague to pay the expenses of a trip
to Florida, only $1416 was spent. Peter
son says he merely asked Cord what had
become of the remainder of the money.
An unsigned letter received today by
retersonvhas opened up another line of
investigation to Prosecutor William J,
Continued on Pace Two, Column Five
PENNYPACKER BREAKS ARM
HIM I) 1 ! iii.ii-a
Ex-Governor and Public Service Com
missioner Injured in Bed at
Turning over In his bed during tho
night, ex-Governor Samuel W. Penny
packer, of fichwcnksvllle, fractured one
of his arms. ,
Dr, Harry Croskey Allen, who was sum
moned to the home of the member of the
State Public Service Commission, found
the ex-Governor in great pain. JHe ad
ministered relief and then accompanied
him to a hospital here to have an X-ray
made, to determine the extent of the
This U the last opportunity to qualify
for the primary and the central flection.
Ktstitrar lt from 4 to 10 p, in.
To rtfUtrr under a party name,
Ta have your poll tax ur tax receipt
Poll Ik er Ufc receipts dated within
two years prior to November . I'll,
qualify elector for rrslitratlon,
To snake sura today that your name
Is on the UKWtn' Hot.
Last year 1S,M lecal voter (Usfran
cliltcd themselvfs by faltlng to register.
Unlet you rtUUr yen rwnnot vote at
the prtwairy w MinrtJ election.
0 F SUBWAY DIRT
McNichol and Director Porter.
THE PIRATES IN
Hitting of Luderus and
Stock Feature of Hard
TIED UP IN THE SIXTH
FORRES riELD, Pittsburgh, Sept. 11
The Phillies won a hard-fought game
from the Pirates hero this afternoon, 3
to 2. Tho visitors batted Harmon hard,
but tho hits wcro fairly well scattered
and tho score waa kept down.
Moycr pitched In good-form.
Hann Wagner was put out of the game
for protesting too vigorously.
Bancroft had gotten n, life on Vlox's
error and, after ho was forced by Paskert,
Cravath singled and tho two runners ad
vanced on Hlnchman's wild throw.
Pittsburgh mado two hits In their half
of the first Inning, but a luckv double
play checked their offensive movements.
Erskine Mayer and Bob Harmon wero
tho opposing pitchers.
Just beforo the game was scheduled
to start a hard rain set in, and the in
field was slippery. The crowd reminded
one of thoso which liavo been attending
tho games at Shlbe Park recently.
Viox threw out Stock. Bancroft was
safe on Vlox's wild throw. Paskert forced
Bancroft, Wagner to Viox. Cravath
singled to right and continued to second,
when Hinchman threw wild to Balrd.
Paskert stopped at third. Luderus filed to
Carey. No runs, one hit, two errors.
Carey (lied to Paskert. Johnston singled
to left. Barney Blngled to right, Johnston
stopping at second. Hinchman hit Into a
double play, Mayer to Stock, to Luderus.
No runs, two hits, no errors.
Whltted and Nlehoff fanned. Burns
popped to Wagner. No runs, no hits, no
Wagner filed to Cravath. Viox struck,
out. Balrd walked, nnd stole second.
Nlehoff threw out Gibson. No' runs, no
hits, no errors.
Slayer fanned. Stock beat out a hit to
Wagner. Stock stole second. Bancroft
fanned, Paskert walked. Cravath popped
to Viox. No runs, ono hit, no errors.
Burns threw out Harmon. Carey filed
to Whltted. jonnston popped to Nlehoff.
No rui)s, no hits, no errors.
Luderus doubled to left. Luderus took
third as Harmon threw out Whltted, Nle
hoff walked Burns also walked, filling
tho bases. Mayer fanned. Stock singled
to. left, scoring Luderus and Nlehoff,
.Continued on Pare Tiro. Column Six
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SAMPLE CASK Loit. beteen North Wale
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street nd Allegheny te.
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PHILLIES BEAT PITTSBURGH
PHILLIES r h o a e PITTSBURGH r h o a e
Btook, 3b 0 3 3 2 0 Carey, If , 0 0 2 0 0
, Bancroft, bs o 2, 1 3 0 Johnston, lb 1 l c i 0
f "Taskcrt, cf ' 112 0 0 Barnoy, cf 12 3 0 0
Cravnth. rf 0 2 2 00 Hinohman, rf 01131
Xuderus, lb l 2 12 0 0 Wagner, ss 0 0 12 0
,Whittcd,lf o 1,100 Viox, 2b 00331
XTlohoff, 2b .10 2 2 0 Balrd, 5b 0 1 0 1 0
33. Burns, c 0 13 10 Gibson, c 0 1 11 0 'o
Mayor, p 0 0 0 3 0 Harmon, p 0 10 3 0
.- ' Gcrber, ss 0 0 110
0t.?. 3 12 26,11 0 Totals 2 7 27 14 2
'? . .' .
3T. LOUIS BEAT
ATHLETICS r h o a e ST. LOUIS . r h o a c
Sclinnp, If 113 2 0 Shotten, If 3 2 10 0
Walsh, if 113 0 0 Howard, 3b 3 2 13 1
Strunk, cf 1 2 11 0 Slsler, lb 0 311 0 0
Lajole, ss 11100 Pratt, 2b 03631
Mclnnis, lb 0 14 0 0 Lee, cf 2 12 0 1
Oldrlnjr. Ob 0 0 3 10 Jacobson, if 12 2 0 0
Malone, 2b 0 0 3 10 Lavan, ss 0 10 2 0
Lapp, c .01920 Buel, c 00400
Eush, p 0 10 2 0 Koob, p 0 0 0 0 0
AutkOT, p 0 0 0 10 Wellman, p 0 10 3 0
TctAls 4 8 i7 10 0 Totals o 15 27 11 3
today's baseball; scores
ST. LOUIS, 1st O O O I 3 3 1 O O- 8 92
ATHLETICS , O O, 1 O 3 O O O O-'4 1 0 3
Parks and Agnew; Nabors and McAvoy.
ATHLETICS 40 O O O O O O O 4 8 0
Koob and KuoIj'Bush and Lapp.
PHILLIES O O O 2 O O J , O, O-? 3 12 O
pittrqb;,. Q O ,p a,p 2 p.p0n27
f iaayer ana jjurus, -nuijiiuu nuu uimuu,
CHICAGO 003 OOOI O O O- ,4- 1 2 O
BOSTON OOO 100003 1-5100
rr?. Russell and S chalk; Foster and Cady.
DETROIT OOO 1
NEW YORK 1 OO 1
Daus and Stanage; Caldwell
CLEVELAND O O O 1 O 2 1 O O '' 4 10 1
WASHINGTON- 2 1 O O O 1 O 1 X- 5 tO O
Colamore and O'Ncil; Rice and Henry. '
CINCINNATI 10 1110 10
Matliowson and Wendell; George and Win go.
Hughes and Gowdy; Pieice and Archer.
O O O
O O O
PITTSBURGH, ls0 0O 1 OOOO
BROOKLYN 02201 OOO
Allen and Berry; Palkenberg and Land.
PITTSBURGH, 2dOOO O O O O O 0
BROOKLYN 000 0 0 0,0 0 0
CHICAGO OOOI OOOO O- 2
Leclare and Owens; Brown nnd rischer.
NEWARK O 1 O
ST. LOUIS 114
Iteulbach axid Bavldcu; Plank aud Hjyrv ; - ,
2 0 0
MRS. PHILIP RHINELAIDER pIES,0F BURMfe
NE,V YORK, Sept.' 1,1 .Mis. PhlllpXhlpeJindf WI w
in an explosion In her summer
She Vim wealthy In hor own
of the multintlUonalr Rhlnclan'der family, 'mi Rtll t? tow
ago Mis. Shinelnnder was prominent In . sety? Iil Wltb
coueod her eeml-xettroment,
ATHLETICS IN SECOND
002 1 0-4
O O o o
O 0 o 0
0 0 0
O 0 o
homo in ,Tuxed6, N. Y , d'4 A
l-igl't. Hephutband "was a fc-
Qthtr CltuiMi -til e PMf Je '
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