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RArEJimG EBDQBB PHIIyADBLPHIA, TUESDAY, SBPTEMBBB U, 1915.
Kent Coast of England.
Four Persons Injured
kDV TOWNS' SHELLED-
' ' LQMpON-. stpr.it.
Krwch ailaton on thtf eoithem end
the attlefront are kepplnp up Ihelr
naive against the Germans.
Thf lttfjtortnnt Oerman raJlwmy point
Bfcnsdotf lias been bombarded. The
n cantonment; at Chatl In tho
ne fore, have also been shelled
m the air.
W The latest attacks by1 French .airmen
-Jr- officially announced todayt by the
nh TVar Ofllce.
Basdorf lies JS miles southeast of
iUT In Lorraine. It Is upon twe rail
.v Mne -connecting MeU with Straes-
r and laaJao on tho railway that
he ftora Saarbruecken to tno n-encn
Chatel lies west of Apremont and
heaat tf BJnarvIlle.
French iivlators raided Treves and sev-
other.Oerman towns yesterday wnue
Irrraft nt thn Knlser's fleet at-
pted at foray on the Kent coast of
tland. It was drhton oft by two Brlt-i
Wlks Streets With Broken Back
rXnohnrrrpi! nk unfit for work In a
Ifennaylvanla coal mine, following an ac-
stdent in which several miners were
killed. Nicholas Orlanskl walked tho
kfreets of fiCTJUlton, New Tork and this
Mtv for nearly a month with a broken
fbck; which was not discovered until tho
pence of the uui ana vine streets station
"relied In a physician alter tne weaxeneu
nan walked Into the station house and
ported he had been robbed of 525, all
tots savings, aa ho slept on a. bench In a
tie was sent to uw x-nnaaeipnia iioa
Ltai where an ooeratlon may be neces
ftary to save his' life.
tfefflght PhUadclphians Wed at Elkton
ELKTON. Md.. Bent. 14 Seven coudIcs
Ifpero, married In Elkton this morntnp.
four coming: from the City of Brotherly
Jove, They were Charles O'Neill and
fary K. Edwards, John A. Baer and
Anna N. Feeley, Fred J. Kemme and
Margaret Isles and Hugo Ptomero and
Blanch De Dues, all of Philadelphia:
If John Creswell. Port Deposit, and Flor
id nee Pierce, Colora, Md.; John SI. Con
ner and Sarah B. Temple, Wilmington.
DeL. and William W. Downham. Elk
. Hills, Mil., and Mary II. Haney. Harris-
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
SlUs E. Rennle, 4028 Parrlsh St.. and Kuth P
riadler. 15(11 S. KOth M
(Edward J. Herbott, 2GM Poplar st., and Mary
I E. llsnrm. 123T N 20th at
lOcorie It Koulke, Went Cheater. Pa,, and Dor
ic othy F N'awhall, "3(3 Mural Une.
Samuel Kamlnsky, SOtJ Ellsworth at., and Itosla
I OUck, 210 Christian at
John V On ens, 1241 Cambridge at., and Helen
Morgan. 1218 Poslar at.
'Edward E. SlnnUton. Ridley Park, Pa., and
: Anna f. uickei, :hi v. iiaroia at.
Herbert a. Chase. 1203 Walnut at., and Ella
I LvCror. Camden, N. J.
(Flank Trusilell, 4003 Orchard St., and Bertha
I Field. 2tlU Hawarth at.
iOreffori Lerroowlc. 4850 Melrose at., and Elli-
atxin imeuwaxa. szxz tiowartn at.
1 if Max Kurth, 440- W. Ontario at., and Ella
iJEfrtschi iJelaware County.
I - JrtTta, Somervllle, Mass., and Marie O.
ras.il. 7G8 a. 8th at.
Itobert Wlltoo, 2D1 N. 3d at., and Anna M.
uovrnie, :ksu vvr. maiana ave.
Fred. n. Haddock, 6S2a Norfolk at., and Marie
H". Curry, 8031 Keno st.
Charles B. Frasch. "1 Ttelnhart St., and
Katherln C. Lena, 2420 Harlan at.
Michael Hurley, 41 Harvey St., and Hannah
McGlnley, 5-J E. Costrrove at.
Lbv.il Moaely. 1011 Euclid ave., and Mattle
Corston. lops Euclid ave,
afelvlUe Cox. 2410 E. Adama at., and Anna R.
Proudman 723 E Thayer at.
William Woodhouae, 2010 Catharine St., and
.uite Thompson, 1318 S. Garnet at,
TSiomas E. Oandy, 21)04 tf. Franklin st, and
Florenceli. Ia. 2931 N. 6th at,
Gaorra 3J Croyden. 1742 Pierce st., and Mary
R. JoiAnon, 18U Moore at
CtaxeBce Elsenhoser, Pottavllle, Pa,, and Cora
&ti(th, 1013 N. 7th St.
JSJTler R. Smith. 220S N. 7th st., and Eliza-
oetn c. aiaurer, 1323 N. Orkney st.
if Leon W. Shnte. 1939 N. Grata st,, and Mar
it garet M. Beach, 1402 W. York at.
I John Hlldebrand, Camden. N, J and Julia
W Lucha, SOS B. Thayer at.
f Walter A, Keller, 1S02 W. Glenwood ave., and
;: Anna, It, Hardwle, 1302 W. Glenwood ave.
: James 8. Patterson. 2227 Federal at., and
- Mtonle J. Breen, 2218 Fltzwater St.
inBbllniOraJiara. 014 Pine st., and Katherln
I Tulbot. 014 Pine st.
Sinai J. Zelaler. Jr., Cambridge, Mass., and
Fiancee T. Marburg-, 4 119 Baltimore ave,
ThAinaa P. Toale, 312 Spruce at., and Anna
F. Barrett. 191S & 22d at.
Joha E. Strickland, W0 Hermitage at, and
. Martha. A. Robinson, 43 JerZerson at., Mana
U' Doucette, 1831 8. 85th at. '
, 5 BrnaH. B. 'Warrtaeton. 2200 Naudaln at., and
' ' Anna Robinson, 2123 Naudaln tt.
Dr. Wllltanj C. Kesaler. Ehrenfeld. Pa., and
'.' SAan4 ST. Tivnn. T..,t. T-In n r . ...
! Kickman, 20ff7 ja Bomerset at.'
1 Kobsrt Worthlnirton, Maple ave., Somerton.
bevel IlX I m avtf aa 1 ieilla. n, kiUi-- .le. j
smm mw ev wu.svc, uueliCWHl PsV9 DOmer-
jirnat. w n i uncock at., and Re
l IDwer. 213S N. 2d .
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asral aWvareaa. mm R fith mt Bn T..ini.
Jfreatosjie. 706 Annin at. .
Hwm J, eiumner. 182B Greta ft., and ilav
- Ftrnk. 2524 N. 2SU at. ' '
ank flahmtdt. 1434 v Taw.,. . -..
Maralt.Bettendort, 1347r N. Pal.thorpe at.
MR2SL 4r.?..W..Jfl10!' . and Pa-
.l,fte.t.60U,b 'U'' "nd Anna
Aiidrew p. Cade, 12) rf. Frailer at., and
Emma U Floyd, 5323 Girard ave
Ksbart 8. McOuell, R28 N. seth at , and Car
oljae H- Olaaaon, S43S N. lTth et.
HQUKD $2.00 Tn,P
September 24, October S
i-trSFIBCIAI, TRAIN LISAVKS
r."illadelhla. Broad St t , 8 10 A. M
J7'est Phtladelphi 8.14 A. M.
J'iror Cara, Dlnlna; Car, Day Coaches
,UJ picturesque Susquehanna Valley
lckta aood for FIFTEEN dAtb.
"stop.tiver at Buffalo and HarrUburj
(rtturnlnr Illustrated Booklet of Tick.
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MOUSE FIRED BY THIEVES
Mntchoa Delievcd . to Havo Stntted
Dlnzo Near Cnsh Register
Thieves are bellofd tio havo mused n,.
fire In the house nt tho southwest cor
ner of 10th and Wolf strerts. which short
ly after mldnluht threatened the Uvea of
12 persons, and caused cctnsldorablo dam
npe and excitement
Theflre was In the homo of Max Llober-
man. who conduots a. birtcher shop on
the first floor of tho hulMlnc. At the
time the Are started ho nnd his wlfo
and their tttree children were asleep on
the third floor. On tho second floor was
Harry Lloherman, his wife anil four
Children. Thoittto men led their families
to safety whim they wero nrouscd by
An Investigation ahnwed. that the din-
Inn room window, on the first floor, was
open. The Are started tinder a counter
In the store, near tho plnco whore tho
onsh resistor stands. It Is tlmusht that
the window wait forced, and that In
openlwr the cnsh. rcBlstor the thieves
dropped a match In a pllo of newspapers.
BASEBALL TOOL PKOBEJ ENDS
Grand Jury to Report Tomorrow on
Wholwmlo Gambling Caso
The taking: o( testimony by the Federal
Qrand Jury In the cases of John C.
Walsh and John J. Klhcoyne, alleced
promoters of a baseball pool operated
through subscriptions to the Weekly
World, a Wllkes-Ilarro publication, was
completed today, and tho finding of the
Jury will be presented to Judgo Dickinson
In the United States District Court to
morrow. According; to tho postnfl authorities the
scheme was national In Its scope, and was
operated by more than 100 agents nnd
suhAitents throughout tho United States
Tho Kedornl Qrand Jirry In New York,
nccoidlng to Inspector Smith, yesterday
returned true bills of Indictment against
Ktlcoyne's brother Hdwnrd and William
KlI. Helnbaok on similar charges,
RECRUITING CONTINUES BRISK
Applications for Enrolment in Mili
tary TrnininffCnrnp Pour In
tho Drexcl Diddle military training canyi
woro received today by J Do Witt Jai
born at the pennsnent hendiinrtorn of tlno
lllblo clnsMS at 1917 Mount Vernon atroet.
One hundred and fifty were recelvedVI
yesiornny, tno openinp; any. it is ex
pected that tho enrolment will have
swelled to 300) by tho lime tho ciunp
opens on October 1. All tho enrolments
must be mado by mall.
It was announced nt tUio headquarters
today thnt tho first drllt would bo held
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at tho
Lansdowno home. A reirular army offi
cer will bo In charge. Participation In
tho drills does pot Imply ottendanco nt
Tho Ilov. Dr. Floyd W. Tomklns, rec
tor of the Protestant Epfscopal Church
of tho Holy Trinity. 10th and Walnut
streets, hns been aaked to he chaplain I
of tho camp. A general from tho Na
tional Guard of Pennsylvania will be '
asked to command tho force.
Accused of Knocking Out Tcclh
Kdward Cnrmndle, of 2161 Ingcrsoll
street, was held In $100 ball by Mnglstrate
ll'ennock, ut the Centml Station today, for
n. further hearing noxt Wednesday,
, charged with knocking out the teeth nnd
breaking tho noso of Frank J. Cote, an
aged man, nt the headquarters of the
47lh Ward Young Men's Ilepubllcan Club,
at 5103 Columbia avenue, Inst Sunday
night. Cote lives at 1713 North 2Jd street.
RUNAWAY GIRLS ARRESTED
Picked Up by Police After BcgRinff
Food for Several Days
Two runaway girls, 18 and 19 years
old, who had managed to subsist for
several days on scraps picked up In the
neighborhood of Wayne Junction, were
arraigned before Magistrate Tennook to
day nt the Qermantown police station.
Thoy said they wete Bdpa Itoblnson,
1019 Orleans street, and Florence Hum
mell, 101! Orleans street, Newport News,
lloth gills refused to say why they
had come to Philadelphia, except for the
statement that they "wanted to see the
world." Policeman Troxell, of the Qer
mantown police station, arrested the
girls lato last night. For two days he
has been looking for them, following the
receipt of Information thnt two girls
wero lounging nbout tho Wayne Junotlon
stntlon and railroad yards. Troxell told
Magistrate Pennock thnt tho girls had
got nioit of their food from brakomen,
who fed them from dinner palls.
Tho runawavs were sent back to New
port News today after the hearing.
Ex-Mayor of Chester III Here
Crosby II, Black, a formei ' or of
Chester, Pn Is at the Jcffetso' Hospital
today In a serious condition uffmiig from
uremia Ho fell over unconscious lttBt
night In front of the Ttcndlng Terminal.
Mr lllnek's homo I at Ith and Madison
FATHER PLEADS FOR SON
Says Boy Held in Media Jail Is of
After hearing a father's plea for an
Insane son In tho Media Jail. President
Judge Isaac H Johnson, of the Delaware
County Court, has promised to withhold
sentence until the youth's mental condi
tion can be determined by competent
physicians. The name of the prisoner Is
William J. Smith, son of a traveling
.salesman of the same name, of Newark,
N, J and according to his relatives he
has already been In four Institutions for
He has been In the Media Jail since
May, when bo was charged with having
robbed tho homo of a family named ltlch
nrdson of several thousand, dollars' worth
of diamonds. He pleaded guilty In June
and has boen awaiting sentence ever
since. It Is admitted thnt tho Irrespon
sible lad has been kept In solitary con
finement and that on one occasion he
was thrown Into a dungeon for 48 hours.
The plea of tho lad's father was con
tained In a letter sent to the Tubllc Led
ger, which was forwarded to Judge John
son. The Jurist promptly agreed to with
hold sentence until n sanitary commis
sion has tltno to act.
Our seed is bred for heavy
yield and extra milling quali
ties, free from smut and for
We handle only the finest
strains of Fultz, Miracle. Red
Wave, Winter Fife and others.
Send for Prices and samples.
Store Closes 5.30 P. M.
518 Market Street
Great Values in These 1
Last Six Days of
For Homes, Stores, Offices,
Clubs and Lodges
Halls and Vestibules
wherever a beautiful,
lasting hardwood floor is
desired. Many designs;
28 Vears (he Floor Bdainets
3034 W.York St EM
Clean-up just prtor to entering our splendid store, where
everything will be in harmony with the new Widener Building.
We will smash all prices and practically give away broken lines
of our entire summer stock. The following partial list gives
you some idea of the savings:
White pleated and stiff
bosoms, $1.50 and ?2. . 50c
$1.50 madras and mercer
ized 75c ; 3 for $2.00
$2 and $2.50 madras and
silk and linen 95c
$3 and $3.50 Soi tie Lux. .$1.85
$4 and $5.00 Silk $2.50
RAINPROOF COATS (fcc
$12, $15, $18, broken sizes.P,
$2 and $2.50 $1.35
$1.00 Neckwear 50c
50c Neckwear 25c
$1 50, $2.00 and $2.50. ... 50c
At These Addresses Only
908 Chestnut St.
Juniper and Filbert Sts.
20 and 22 S. 15th St.
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the lb. tin
Enough for 60 Cups
Wilbur's is never
sold in bulk
AN EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF CHOICE
now In progress and to bo
continued throughout tho
remainder of the month.
The pieces constitute an
unprecedentedly large as.
Bortment of separately
selected Oriental floor cov
1 crings, ail of which are
AT PRICES MUCH LOWER
THAN ARE USUALLY ASKED
FOR SIMILAR GRADE RUGS
Occupying our entire first
floor the ensemble of beau
' tiful colorings contains
many helpful suggestions
for beautifying and fur
nishing the home.
Open until 5.30
HARDWICK & MAGEE CO.
Philadelphia' Exclusive Rug and Carpet Centre.
1220-1222 Market Street
FRESH PAINT J
JERSKY GltAIN-ll.D ItHITK I'llKIN
jut-jinuiitiil.r.im (.1111.14. run)
and Strictly l'rrsli Ks for Invalids
The best of table butter Fresh tegs from
the country. Fine, clean-dressed poultry. These
you can count on getting here altnayt. Every
thing fresh every day. Deliveries anywhere.
ONLY THE IJEST
IirjTTEIt, KGCS AND rOCIiTHV
READING TERMINAL MARKET
Filbert, 2330-:3S7 Itaoe, 1633
Beauty of New Boots for Fall
Brings them an Earlier Debut
THE ultra fashionable are already wearing
new fall boots.
Tha new models of kid In the new ahadei soldat blue
... ...-.. ,.v,..,..o fc.ccu, ncuirai jrrey. wiui Button either
mhbW.0. n nt hlnnl. hh . ... .!. .1 . . . ..
ty 4id " "'v ui iu mnicu tno colored Kid
j, JM r"are remarkably attractive. All
;a "" mines wiui nai wnue buttons
iff are, amnnir th. rrvnm
Hare Illustrated Is one of the new
models which Is buttoned ttraioht
UP the aide. Klvlnsr the ankle and
Instep an exceptionally trim appear
ance. A front seam with dnlnty
perforations, underlaid with white
add to Its beauty
New Fall Shades with covered
heels to matoh. 7.50. Black. o.oo.
Don't lack the enterprise to make
your home good looking. .Real paint
ing pays both in neighborhood pres
tige and property-saving. YOUR
Painting and Decorating
' Oct Our Vttimate Flrtt
Both Phones. 28 S. 16th St
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FOUNDED IN 1865 ADOPTED ONE-PRPCE SYSTEM IN 1881
C. J. Heppe 6c Son 1 117-1119 Chestnut Street 6th and Thompson Streets
The genuine Pianola-
the most fully developed instrument of its type
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Mann &. Dilks
1102 CHESTNUT ST.
(n a Knitted Fabric)
A manufacturer's difficulty and what we consider a wonderful purchase
permit of the following prices:
6.50 Golf Jackets 3.00
12.00 Norfolk Coats. . . 6.00
5.00 Golf Vests 2.25
14.50 Norfolk Coats .. . 7.75
18.00 Norfolk Coats ... 9.25
25.00 Overcoats 12.50
1.50 Caps 50
omens 28.50, 29.50 "Sport Suits" 18.50
Golf Jackets, Vests, Sweater Coats, etc., etc
Mann & Dilks
1102 CHESTNUT ST.
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Shoes and Hosiery
B204-06-08 Market St.
When self-Dlavine- nianos firct hon, i.
bility, the sole ambition of inventors was to procure
an instrument to render automatically every power
of human fingers and every interpretation of master
The Pianola became the first successful player to
accomplish these ideals, Patent after patent was pro
cured by the Aeolian Company, Today 312 patents
protect the Pianola.
On the Pianola you can render in the most amaz
ingly simple fashion exact reproductions of the best
., human, playing. Through the Metrostyle and
Tiemodist, you can simply produce eyery accent
every shading and every bit of melody, '
More amazing still you can purchase a genuine
Pianola at prices much less than that asked for imita
, The Aeolian -Family (
of the player-piano world ! on ale at Jfeppe'j
At Factory Prices
-atelnway Pianola ,.$1250 I Vheelqck Pianola 2750
.flOOO I Strpud Pianola $550
" '.Weper' Pianola.
The Stroud PUook
Equipped with MctrostyU ai
Acolua 2?Iayer.Fiano ..,.,.,...,..,.,.,, .,.,,.$395
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All rant niln purchase
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With the windows raised, a luxurious Sedan.
And the change can be made in a minute.
Women wil find here all the elegance of the
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