Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, September 20, 1915, Final, Page 6, Image 6

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Elaborate Racing Program and
Food, Cattle and Poultry
Show Arc Chief
Four dayi of trotting and racing for
prize and pursM amounting to $35,000,
hundred! of displays of farm product,
cattlo and poultry and free vaudeville
and clrcu acta dally are some of the
many attractions of the Allentown Fair,
which opens tomorrow.
Preparations have been made to receive
the largest crowds In the history of the
fair, which Is held annually under the
auspice of the Lehigh County Aaicul
tural Society.
A $,0 coollnR-out ehed and a grand
tand -which will seat 10O0O have tieea
erected, and thousands of persons are ex
pected to be attracted by the races. An
extraordinary winner-take-all match race
has been arranged for Wednesday after
noon between Directum I, driven by
Thomas M. Murphy, and Peter Btevcns.
driven by O. Ray Bnedeker. The stakes
are 5Q00. Should ralivcause a postpone
went of the event, It will be held on
Many interesting entries have been
made for the cattle show, whleh Is one
of the features of the Allentown Fair,
and the poultry and pigeon show, which
Includes entries from every section of
the United States. Is said to be the Urg
ed ever held In this country.
The best vaudeville and circus acta ob
tainable many of them never seen before
in America, will be free to all visitors to
the fair grounds.
Thousands of dollars' worth of articles
and novelties made In America will be
exhibited on the Midway, and It Is said
the display will exceed by far similar'
displays at other fairs.
Phlladelphlans who Intend visiting the
fair may go by several routes. Special
trains over the Reading, Lehigh Valley,
Jersey City and Perklomen Railroads will
bo run dally. Limited trains will be run
direct to the fair grounds by the Lehigh
Valley Transit Company from 69th street
and Chestnut Hill.
Stranger Shoots Another in Restau
rant During Trivial Dispute.
Now Held for Murder
Two strangers quarreled over a trivial
matter In a restaurant and less than an
hour later one of them shot the other.
Inflicting Injuries which caused death.
This Is the explanation given by the po
lice of the killing of Samuel Naplo, 25
years old, proprietor of a restaurant at
ZXlS North 22d street; last night.
John Fcrrlerl, 23 years old, S05t Stella
street, will have a preliminary hearing
today In central court accused of being
the slayer.
Four shots were fired at Naplo, three
of them taking effect. He died In the
Women's Homeopathic Hospital. Ferrlerl
was arrested as he was about to board
a train at the North Philadelphia Sta
tion. Ferrlerl entered Napla's restaurant last
plght In company with Allvcrto Fran
ilsco, who lives at the Stella street ad
dress. They ordered coffee. According
t) the police, Fcrrlerl Btarted to take
some cakes lying on the counter of the
restaurant and the owner objected. The
police say tho patrons had been drink
ing. A dispute resulted, but Fcrrlerl
mollified Naplo and the trouble appar
ently was sotfed.
Soon afterward Ferrlerl returned to the
rating house and fired a revolver point
blank at the proprietor, the police al
lage. They declare the victim and as
sailant had been strangers until the
meeting In the restaurant and scout the
idea that Jealousy of 'a woman was a
factor In the case. Tho rumor spread
through the neighborhood after the shoot
ing that the accused man was a former
rival of Naplo's for the affections of Na
plo's wife Rosa, whom ho married two
months ago.
George E. dollop, 8!0 N. 03d st., and Anna
M. Brooks. 8(f Highland ave.
Robert Hlaut. 2S12 N. Oth t and Jennl
Younr. 8.VI5 N. Water at.
Morris MoMorf. 31(1 MICflln at, and Roie Oor.
don, 824 Jackson at.
William P. Fancy, 2740 N. Hembtrfer at, and
Barah A. Dugan. 1820 Locust at,
Richard F narr.tt, 2101 E. feomsrset at. and
JIln T. Ilellly, 2928 Ilelgrads at.
Samuel R. Turner. 1722 Federal at., and Fan
nie D. Flckels. 021 8. 17th at
Lincoln M. Conaway, New Vork city, and
Emma D. Rlchirdaon. New York city.
Albert J. Mater, 2129 N. 7th it., and Lllllai'
T. Kaumann. 10.1 W. I.lpplncoU at.
Peter Carragher, New York, and Margaret B
Long. Norfolk, Va.
Patrick J. McKenna. 2842 Talethorp at., and
Mary J. Moran, 1824 Catley at.
Anthony Humbowlrk, 1021 Wood St., and
Emilia Kirnla. 1021 Wood at.
8. Rupert McDermond. Aihbourne, Pa., and
Dorothy C. MacDonald. M(13 Thomas ave.
James M. Nlckell, 1414 Arch at., and Mary
L. Williams," Cardlnrton. l'a. '
Abraham M. Plant, Jr., 721 N. 45th at, and
Lillian Caulk, 0.12 Holly at. '
Carmall Cambria, 71(1 8. Percy at, and
Martanna gclllpotl. 782 B. Darlen it
John A. areen. ritteburgh. Fa., and Bessl
8. Coble, Kansas City, Mo.
Robert C. Pateraon, IMa E. Clementina at..
and Mary Lawrence 1325 8. Llndenwood at
Matthew P C, Pelo. iU W, Lehigh ave.. and
Itostna April. 1010 Moyamentlng ave.
Frank Schauland, 22.11 N. 10th at,, and Ellia-
beth Bchaulsnd, 31N. JOth at.
George J. Miller, 712 B. Westmoreland at., and
Anna V. Martin, 2132 E. Huntingdon at
Frank O. Carlln. 1714 Newktrk at., andfKath.
arlne Kelaer, BS20 Paachall ale. "".
Charles Hawn. Camden. N, J., and Adelaide
eilmpaon. 1S23 fl. Sd at.
Harry B. Irvine, 12SJ E. Fletcher at, and Alice
V. Mcdrann, 21M E. IJlreh at
Rocco Malnlerl. 10.12 Reed at, and Tereilna
Btellabotto. 1B1U fl. 18th at.
Samuel Barman. 180 Monmouth at, and Mary
It. Gee, 8030 N American at. T
Eugene J McOovern. 2838 Gaul at, and Helen
It Travera. 2120 Il.-tlmore ave.
Argentlero Vlncentl. South Bethlehem, Pa., and
Arato Bettlny, 1M2 S. 13th at.
Andrew Connors, 834A Falethsrp at., and Helen
Waleh. 181 Glenwood ave.
B'njamln J Btolper, Woodbine, N, J and
Thalia V, McCarthy, Woodbine, N. J.
Thomas Y. Clark. Jr., Washington, D. C
and Anna C. Itirf, 2825 E Lehlxh ave.
Albert Oliver, Jr., 318 Diamond at, and
Kathryn Bueke. 31.1 W. Berka it.
William II Btltiel. Hrrlng city, Ia and lea
bell Pierce. 4830 Umbrla at,
James V. Leach, 334S N. Oth at, and Mary
E. Fltapatrlck 1214 W. William et
Slgmund Katceaner 103T N 3d at, and Iran
O. V.spremt Wllmont. Pa.
Evan F. Bourne, Parkavllle, Ky., and Wallula
K. JIanklntan, 2311 N. 12th at
Vlneanso Maurlamele, 1714 8, Hicks st, and
Wktarsaret Carbon!, 120 a. Mole at.
auric Channlck, Troy, N, T., and Roe
Ko.enberg 1832 8. 5th it
Percy J Garrett. S Itlttenhoua place, and
Etta. Frailer, lis W. lTlce at.
Robert J. Kennedy. 31TB Welkel et, and
Dorotlur II. Btettler, 424ft Romaln at
Harry J. Abegir. 1544 v. Bth t, ani Dorretta
r. HtUr. 15WK. 8th st.
I siWAWiin, venvnev el., ana
rai u wanner. 2iu venaaao at
liUaekln. 2380 Amber ( . anil
ereaa ;j wiiiiame. kaw Amoer si.
"VW, O. rehllag. 123T B. 47tb at, and Flor.
,. jailUi, SAlf wiyh K,
.rwuu, Atlantic wny, n, ., ana
-anr(v, ,i, .. uu i
inner, si iiui ., ana Annie tuo-
abrblg st
, Oele. 2noo Master et.. and Mao-
nrt MOO, Vsr at.
KuaMllX. JMeHon, V llryn fcUwr ave., and
E'ltn a. inaioji, eizz rennigrov n.
George X iof-mann. 1T01 8. Zii at, and
jaaruu aa, woti, J." urria st .
l.ll Aaareite, til . 12th atu and Katie
r.kune. T 8. IJth t. -
atn Avrh 123 Snyder ave., end Anna
epxejon4 TM jinydtr v. "
Pani WarresC Tl Ludlow at. and Carrie
v lrtal. KVl Cherry at
Hnr ytJMicr, 'MM Sannom st, and Belma
T ttarantt. 47 N Yewdall st
1'iajas Uinta. W Anoln st, and Concetta
na. nj
A twin si.
-h TSl ilok, M . lwrence st. and Bar
b r Hlre, igl y,,Thonpoa t.
Unv" ' K Beutleaitlav 1J14 Ktirlnx at, and
Am Bvi iirllit M av". Clarloa t'
i , wt aw rtau ct -. am vwx
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H-u... iu Maraton at., aod M
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Austen if i had
A. DAVIS FIXED AT $754,000
Property Consists Largely of Stocks.
Executors Spend $23,478
The estate of Paul A. Davis, who died
May 7. 1914, Is valued at 1751,005.15 In -in
account died with the Register of WIIU
today for audit by the Orphans' Court.
The Glrard Trust Company, executor of
tho estate, claims credit for disburse
ments amounting to (23,478.18, leaving a
balance on "hand of (730,627.27 for dis
tribution according to the provisions of
tho will.
Included In the balance are 255 shares of
Glrard Trust Company stock, appraised nt
1234,400; IKK) shares of United Gaa Im
provement Company stock, 1131,600; '102
shares or Philadelphia National Bank
atock, (129,880; 100 shares of Lehigh Coal
and Navigation Company Mock.. (39,000;
61 shares of Pennsylvania Company for
Insurances on Lives and Granting Annui
ties stock, (37,271; and 600 shares of United
States Steel preferred, (34,000.
On disposing of an estate valued at (8500
Mrs. Mary A. Yorgey, late of 142 North
C2d street, by her will admitted to probato
today, dlvlses (100 to tho Christ Homo
for Homeless and Destitute Children.
The remainder of her estate Is given to
her husband, Joseph II. Yorgey and a
daughter, Llllle A. Land.
Tho will of Thomas McLaughlin, who
died at St. Joseph's Hospital September
II, disposes of an estate of (23,000. To his
widow ha leaves the amount to which
she would be entitled under the interstate
laws and he devises the remainder to the
Rev. Francis O. Clark, of StMalachy's
Roman Catholic Church, who Is named aa
Other wills probated included those )f
Christian Iteese, late of 95 East Bring
hurst street, who left an estate valued nt
(19,000: Jennie jicmtyre, yjjw, and Samuel
T. Boston, (24W.
Ancillary letters were granted In the
estate of James P. Tolen, who died In
Cape May, N, J In March, leaving prop
erty located In this State valued at 1(0.000.
'(ha personalty of the estate of Francis
McIIolden has been appraised at (6043.04;
Jan T Fischer, (1714.81, and Laura
Foster, K1UU1,
Bey Struck by Gar Lofea Voice
Lout Gruiorollo, J years old, of 7J
Kattr street, lost his voice, when tie wag
truck by a trolley car m nth and
Xljaworth (4rsts, whtla riding- a bi
cycle and htsrlfl Into tha street PhysU
claws Mt th Howard HootMts!, where
he VH tflfctav found thsu kla vm..i
7?" Y er V Ja
The (NTeR-esT a,ndi
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'JMfate hmA hm traaatly UU4.
Wnr Relief Orchestral Concert
Tonight in Celebration of
"II Venti Settembre"
Forty-five years airo todny, tho troops
of King Victor Kmmnnuel II, lfd by
Ocncral UnfTnolc Claldlnl, a veteran o
tho Itallnn wars of liberation, appeared
before the Bternal City, tho Itome of the
Popes, opened with their artillery a
breach In the wallB of Porta Pla and
entered tho city, which had been twice
tho cnpltal of the world. General Clal
dlnl, who hnd won a real battle nine
years beforo at Castelfldardo, was not
on September M, 1870, hailed as a strate
gist or n tactician. Ho had won no
battle, because tho Papal Guard had
ottered virtually no resistance, but to tho
Italians he had won a tremendous moral
battle mado possible only by tho defeat
of the KYench JJmperor at Sedan. He
hnd given Italy her capital and had
destroyed the temporal power of tho
A year or so later, when the Italian
Parliament met for the first time In Itome
and the Qulrtnal was made the residence
of the Klnss of Italy, the day on which
General Claldlnl had opened the breach of
Torta Pia was declared a national holi
day. Slnco then September 20, "II XX
Settembre." as the Italians style it, has
been celebrated by the whole nation. Ir
respective of religious creed. In the land
of Dante and far away, wherever Dante's
tongue Is spoken and understood, wher
ever there aro Italians tolling their way
to better economical conditions and never
forgetting that they camo from tho land
whenco Latin civilisation was spread over
tho known world and whero a nation has
attained In a trldo more than half a cen
tury the rank of a great Power.
The Italians of Philadelphia observe the
holiday as the Italians of any other set
tlement do. Dut this year thero will not
be tho usual banquet. Instead of enjoy
ing an elaborate dinner, they will listen
to a concert, given by tho orchestral
organization of Slgnor lUtore Martini, In
the Musical Fund Hall, and will turn
over the proceeds of the affair to the
competent authorities to be distributed to
the Itnllan Itcd Cross and to the families
of the Philadelphia Italians who have re
sponded to the calt to nrms which has
come fiom Italy since King Victor Em
manuel, pressed by tho nation, declared
wnr on Austria to liberate the Italian
provinces still under Austrian rule.
Had Too Many Bullets; 30 Days
A hnll of heavy calibre revolver cart
ridges, which fell from tho third-story of
a house nt 731 South 10th street, attracted
a great crowd and two policemen, who
arrested Evlgno Mazzano, 40 years old,
na the man who threw the missiles None
of them exploded Mazzano, who was
sent to jail for 30 days today, said ho has
a son who was a cowboy In Mexico, and
that his long absence had caused him
great anguish.
Abington Fire Chief Hurt
Fire Chief William H. Ferguson, of the
Ablngton Fire Company, Is nursing a
badly Injured right wrist today as the
result of an attempt to crank the big
motor chemical machine owned by tho
company. He will be out of service six
or seven weeks. Several small bones In
his wrist were broken when tho engine
Percy Madeira in Auto Crash
Percy C. Madeira, society man and
wealthy coal operator, narrowly es
caped Injury on Township line road
near Jcnklntown last night when his
automobile collided with another car.
He clung to, the Btcerlng wheel and
escaped. Both drivers had their cars
well under control and this probably
prevented a more serious crash.
"But, by Cricky, I'll Not Tell How Bad Till I'm Ready,"
Says Famous Prophet, as He Smooths
New Growth of Fuzz
"The mange, by cricky!" muttered
Simeon M. Mokemacher at dawn today
as he poked around In hlB onion patch
in the loneliest section of tho Neck. "Get
tln' heavier 'n' heavier every day, and
longer too. Tarnation, but It beats me."
Tho lean, angular weather prophet who
prognosticated by his onions, which he
says prove the connection between animal
and vegetable life, straightened up to his
full 6 foot and 7 Inches.
"Sho!" ho said, seeing tho reporter for
tho first time. "You're hero ag'ln, eh7
Fuit thing I know they'll all find me, and
then I'll havo to move again, young fel
ler. What do you want now, young fel
ler J"
Mr. Mokemacher was questioned deli
cntely about his activities In the onion
patch. It was necessary to be delicate
and not too direct, because ho teemed
to be a trifle annoyed.
"None o" yer business," he snapped.
"Now, Mr. Mokemacher"
"Shet up," he Interrupted. "Shet up, or
I'll stuff an onion down your throat. Now,
look-a-hcre, young feller, I don't want to
be techy, but this thing's getting me sore.
I don't mind for myself, but ft makes the
onions nervous to havo strangers 'round
all thr time. Hereafter you whistle before
j on nine near the patch so' I can warn
'em and get 'em quieted down."
The reporter promised, and Moke
macher, mollified, then became more
tractable. It was explained to him that
various weather prophets havo been mak
ing predictions about the winter and that
some criticism has been directed at him
for his failure to do so. Instead of be
colng enraged this caused Mokemacher
to go into a paroxysm of laughter,
"Shucks," he chuckled. "Sonny, I'm
awaiting 'till all these fake prophets get
their Ideas In, go's they can't learn the
truth from me and then steal the credit.
What do I caro It tho Cherokees In Okla
homa are storing up grub 7 That's what
Court of Common Pleas No. 2
This 22d Ward Republican has
the distinction of being one of
tho younRcst "candidates for mag
istrate at tomorrow's election.
Explosion Wrecks House in Al-
toona, Pa., and Causes $5000
ALTOONA, Pa., Sept. M With a roar
that was heard for blocks and a force
that rocked tho buildings In tho vicinity,
n bomb wrecked tho fruit store of Joe
Nnsrella, opposite Ht. James' German
Lutheran Church, nt 1:30 this morning
Nnsrella was returning from Niagara
Falls, but his wife, her sister and the
clerk were asleep on tho second floor.
The explosion blew out tho front of the
building, shattered the soda fountain,
smashed cases, tore a hole In the floor
and knocked tho people asleep overhead
from their beds. Tho police havo no clue.
The dnmago was 50rt0.
Will Inspect Roads to Be Covered by
the Governor
HAnnisnuna, sept. :o.-omc!ais of
tho State Highway Department will In
spect this week tho roads which will bo
covered In the Governor's automobile tour
to begin Monday, October t George II.
Dlles, second deputy State Highway Com
missioner, and W It. D. Hall, statis
tician of the department, will go over the
route, tho former for tho purpose of road
Inspection and tho latter to mako hotel
A slight change hns been made In the
Itinerary as originally laid out. Leaving
Harrlsburg, tho tourists will spend the
first nlsht in Dedford, Tuesday night in
Pittsburgh, Wednesday night In Altoona,
Thursday night in Wllllamsport and Fri
day night In Pocono Summit. The tour
will end ofllclally Saturday night when
City Hall plaza In Philadelphia Is reached.
While many Invitations have been sent
out. It Is the expressed dcslro of Gover
nor Brumbaugh, according to a state
ment Issued today, that automoblllsts In
every county constitute themselves an
escort for the tourists.
Lcmberg for Irish-Americans
NEW YORK, Sept. 20. Abe Lcmberg.
formerly of tho Trinity Club, who has
been running unattached for the last year,
said last night that he would Join the
Irish-American A. C. Ho has dono good
work at the mile.
the squirrels do every year, and the
squirrel Is como to bo a synonym for a
bughouse patient.
" 'S'matter o' fact, I knew weeks ago
what kind of a winter wo'ro going to
have, but I didn't let on. Why should 17
Answer me. sonny why should 17"
Mokemacher hurried on without giving
opportunity for an answer, so he didn't
get one. He said tho onions had apprised
him of what will happen this winter, but
reiterated his Intention not to tell, adding;
"Why should 17" If ho told now, Moke
macher says, all the goosebone and guess
prophets would steal his stuff,
"I'll show you this much, sonny," he
said, "take a look at this here onion. It's
shedding Its bristles. It looks like its
got the mange, don't It. Well, It ain't
tho mange. Tho onion Is growing new
bristles. They're heavier and longer. Now
you An figure out for yourself that this
means a hard winter. If you want to
know how hard, see me when I get ready
to tell. ! won't tell now. Why should IJ"
Allentown Fair
Sept. 21,22, 23, 24
Races Every Day
Philadelphia &
Reading Rwy.
Prizes to Help Boost Royal Ar
canum Membership This
Grand negent L. R. Oetienberger; of
the Pennsylvania Jurisdiction, gave a
banquet to all of his depuUcs In the
Philadelphia district on Tuesday evening
at the Bingham House. In addition to
the deputies, Past Grand Regent Eaton,
Grand Orator Norton and tho president
of tho Associated Councils and Carna
tion Club were In attendance. Brother
Gelsenbcrger has mapped out a series of
visitations by the deputies to all coun
cils for tho month of October.
The rtipreme and grand council prlies of
ffred to councils and mmbfra this year are
mire to b iltrHCtlve and n:!?Uu"lJ?r J
durtlvo nr grrat rnultj. Thfre Is also a
.pwlHl in.lucmnt for the ,v"i 1t.m"!
mothers to beiome Interred In the m em Her
uhlo aettlnr. an prlies will be awarded to the
omen prorln th. sreat.t 'number ap
plicants bftwn October 1. pi, and Mar 31.
ItllO. Thcue prtiPH, in addition to the numer
ouscouni.il comet's, will creat. weat enthu
siasm In lloyst Arcanlan circles thla autumn
and winter. , , .
After the dinner the diners Tuesday visited
Philadelphia Council In a body. vhlchaa then
In aesslon in the Parkway Du"dlng. J
were In limn to witness the Induction ".two
candidates, In which the distinguished ,'t?J!
took part in th. work. Tha gran """
rave a sp endld example of how the orators
position should be conducted, while the grand
irator becams very Impressive while delivering
a neat button speech under tha Ja ."i"?
order, mother Oelsenberger Impressed upon
the membera of Philadelphia Council that their
rivals in Allegheny would put gJg3JJl
hardest test they have yet experienced. Brother
Norton and the district deputies also gave In
teresting talks.
According to the September Issue el the Key.
stone Arcanlan. Phlladelph a Wf,e.t,,S,?fUthi
two-thlrda of all the applications during t"
month ot Aurust In the entire P"1""'1,"1"'1!
Jurisdiction, and Philadelphia has i not ei
struck the pace she Is capable of a01";, Tnr"
hundred applications have been allotted for
them to procure before December t'.."la
whll some of the active vkjrkera J"a'cft
repetition of the Eaton class In the next lour
J. Ed Kllbum. the newly elected secretary of
the Carnation Club, and the leading committee
men on the It. A. outing day. has ; Just com
pleted a detailed report of the Willow Orove
field day, showing a handsome profit to the
credit ot the club In both finances and pub
licity. The Associated Councils of rjitladelphla and
Vicinity net for the first time since their
June meeting- In tho TarkwV u,.Mln:4.i',r?a,d
and Cherry streets. Saturday evening. Septem
ber 11. Eleven councils wens represented ana
the committee reports were received. Tne
euchro and dance for the winter was discussed,
but no final action taken at that time. The
association exp'cts to lend a helping hand In
the counMl work this coming campaign. Tne
next meeting will take place on the nrat Sat
urday In October.
Continental Council met Thursday evening,
Kertcmber 10. IMS. Five more candidates
have been added to their fast-growing Hat of
new recruits This seems to be a arm
weather council, as they have Increased this
rosier 10 per cent. In six weeks. Their goal
Is 100 membets before enow falls.
A. O. OF M. P.
Northwest Assembly Out for Mem
bership Record
Northwest Assembly of the Artisans'
Order of Mutual Protection admitted four
members last week, making a total of 34
for tho year. Dr. II, Hunter Lott, the
hustling deputy, Is determined that North
western shall Initiate moro new members
this year than any other assembly, and
the enthusiastic workers of No 64 are
equally determined to bring this to pass.
Brother A J. Kelley and Recorder C. P.
Calver, of Commonwealth Assembly, visited
Heading Assembly last Monday evening. This
assembly Is organizing a movement to spread
Artlsanshlp throughout that Uerks County
Most Hxcellent Master Artisan Harry C.
Smith dropped In on Fidelity Assembly on
Monday evening. He also visited Energetic
Assembly In Camden the same night.
Union Assembly has designated Its October
meeting as "Harry C. Smith" night. It Is
expected to make thts a memorable occasion
when a large class of new members will be
admitted Most Kxcellent Inspector George F.
Taw ling la back of the movement, and under
his active and energetic management It should
bo a success.
The most excellent master artisan. In an
effort to assist some or the smaller assem
blies, haa asked for the apolntment of a com
mittee of three men from each of the follow.
ing assemblies to meet him at the rarkway
llulldlng on September ti: Commonwealth,
Hadlant Star, Camden, Oriental, faverly.
Eureka, St. Paul's, Kensington, Ihlgh, Rn
ergetlc, Larchwood, William Fatton and Fox
Chase. The master haa some plans in view
by which he believes he can obtain the CO-
operaiion or tnese assemblies.
Most Excellent Maater Artisan Smith and
Most. Excellent Recorder Cox paid an offlrial
visit to Hollldaysburg Assembly on Thursday
evening, where they found a large number
of the assembly present and several members
of Mountain Assembly, ot Altoona. Hollldays
burg Assembly Is one of tha oldest assemblies
of the order.
Lodger Found Dead in Bed
An unidentified man about 40 years old
was found dead In bed today on the sec
ond floor ot a lodging house at 801 North
Front street. The man, who was poorly
dressed, appeared to have been the victim
of heart disease. Police of the Front nnd
Master streets police station are Investigating.
II a-aaaMCI
a this
fcEi 9C1 reduced from
npuO.&K) $58.25
There are three other styles of Combination Ranges
. ' in this sale:
Prices this week, $51, $53.80, and $54.80
Reduced from $56, $58.80 and $59.80
Also a Reduction of $2.00 -on any Cabinet Gas
Range Bought This Week
Rwfectiw t all rt w More er from wprwentativ. ' . . ,
20, 1915:
West Philadelphia Commandcry, tho
"Baby," Proves a Lively Young-ster
Mystlo Cross Commandery of West
Philadelphia held an open convocation re
cently, when officers were Installed. This
commandery, although termed the bauy
commandery, hns shown Itself to by one
of tho llve-wlro ones of Philadelphia,
Slnco Its Institution, last July, It has
made such progress as will be difficult
to equal for any other commandery.
The members are looking for a healthy add -Hon
to the Scarlet and Black Hume" uni
form rank of Philadelphia The commandery
waa called to order without form, due to i tne
public installation After the opening Mystlo
Cross Orchestra played an overture, followed,
by a lively encore. .... .,.-
After remarks by the Sir Knight commander,
the district Installation team waa called to
order by Captain William Clreulnger, who
was In charge. When tha beautiful uniformed
team presented Itself In Its elaborate cere
monious form the Installation proper began.
After the services were over there were re
marks by the commander, followed by an ad
dress by Sir William Oretiinger. His subject
was "Malta Testerday and Today, or rom
1041 to lfllB." . . , .
Then followed an orchestral selection, a so
prano solo, refreshments, a soprano and con
tralto duet Honors were given to the retir
ing commander, after which the floor was
cleared for dancing, which was enjoyed Dy
the voung visitors.
Expect Legal Proceedings to Be
Started by Minority
of Home
Much Interest has been aroused among
members of the Brotherhood ot America
by the report made of the withdrawal
of. two homes from the Grand Homo of
Pennsylvania at the 46th annual session
at Reading last week. Tho part of Grand
Scroll Keeper Kathryn Fritz's report
that has caused discussion follows:
"It Is a matter of common report that Mary
S. Dtsston Home, No. 18, has seoeded from
our ordor and that certain of Ita membera aro
operating under a charter granted by an asso.
elation known aa "The Grand Circle of New
Jersey, Urotherhood or America. Continent of
America," compesed of dlsloyaKmembers of
our order. A respectable minority of mem
bers of this homo aro not In sympathy with
Its action and haa signified a desire to remain
loyal to the Grand Home of Pennsylvania, and
will. In the near future, begin legal proceed
ings to protect Ita Interest nnd uphold the
laws of our order. The Grand Home, In my
opinion, ought to lend every assistance In Its
' Martha Jefferson Home No. 20, If report
re true. Is operating as an Independent asso
ciation. For some reason unknown It would
not affiliate with the disloyalists from New
Jersey. With respect to the other two homes,
1 am unable to report anything but the failure
to pay per capita tax and make reports. All
of the homes heretofore named are still In
.oesslon of the paraphernalia, rituals' and
other property. Some action should be taken
to recover the charter, etc."
In closing her report, the grand scroll keeper
asks that greater activity be shown, so that.
Instead of a decrease In membership during
the ensuing jear, there might be a greater In
creaeo than any year In tho history of the or
Covers Head With Coat During Rain
storm and Walks in Front of Cat
POTTSVILLE, Pa., Sept. 20 -Mrs. El
mer E. Dcrr, wife of Motorman Dcrr, of
Palo Alto, died In the hospital at mid
night from Injuries sustained late Satur
day night, when she was run down by
nn automobile on Centre street, this city.
During a heavy rain shower she covered
her head with a coat, which obstructe'd
her view and deafened her, nnd, it is said,
sho stepped In front of the automobllo of
Charles Brltton. She 'was thrown to tho
pave curb and her skull was crushed and
other Injuries were Inflicted.
Found Tied to Chair and Beaten
Benedict Pocobrodo, 24 years old, who
lives at 603 South 7th street, washeld
under JSOO ball for court today by Magis
trate Coward, accused of assault and bat
tery on Flllppl Scandallato, 25 years old,
of 90S East Passvunk avenue, a tailor.
The police found the latter tied In a
chair in Pocobrodo's home, blood trickling
from a wound In tho scalp, and a black
jack lying on the floor. Pocobrodo said
he had attacked Scandallato because lie
suspected him of being attenttvo to his
17-year-old wife. "
having slated their candidates for Mayor, why not the people elate
their candidate by voting for
for Mayor on tho Washington Party ticket or tho Democratic ticket
or the Keystone ticket at tho primary election held next Tuesday,
September 21st, 1915?
A Gas Range with
a Winter Assistant
Reduced $5.00 Jggk
Here is a line of Gas Ranges having
kitchen heaters which burn coal, wood,
coke, waste and garbage.
The Heater Heats the Kitchen
and Supplies an Abundance
of Hot Water
Reviews of Beneficinl Associa
tions Prepare for Autumn
nnd Winter Work
Quaker City Review, of "W. B. A. of th
Maccabees, elected tho following officeri
for tho next term:
Commander, Mrs. Mary Morrlssey; Hen
tenant commander, Mrs. Jane IIAsteri
past commander, Mrs. Ruby Taylort
record kcVper, Mrs. Jennlo C. Wright
flnanco auditor. Mrs. Fanny B. Hamble
ton; chaplain, Mrs. Emma Hunt; lady at
arms, Mrs. Jodan: sergeant, Mrs. Clea.
by,' sentinel, Mrs. Poseni picket, Mrs.
Tho following wers appointed as guards
Mesdames Harney, Monogue, Campbell!
Stewart, Cunningham, Anderson, Heckler
Lash, Burke, Edmonds, Carroll, Dough!
erty and Gordon.
Tho first meeting; In October vrin be
"Social Night," and It is planned U
havo at least one "mysterious" feature.
New by-laws 'Will be given out.
Olivet Review. ,200, eleoted the foltowtag
officers to servo for the term to begin Octo
ber It
Commander, Mrs. A. D. Kennedy; llantenu
commander, Mr. Alters; past oomnsanoisp
Mrs. Ellle Vance; record keeper. Miss A. Elisa
beth Ilerli; finance auditor. Mia Collins! ejSaa.
lain. Mra. flhlirwar! ladr-a-arma. r..?
...... n ,.. m.... ...::.. v.' -"i"!
int. Mrs. Thompson: rentlnel, Mrs. Rom
l3?v?r! JE11- 1!?' Cotteralj mvurteUa.
I). 11. Shlpway. Supreme Chaplain Burl
Miss I). 11.
gin. who acted as record keeper In the abnV.
from the city of Miss UerlL Installed tha era.
cer. Olivet Review Is making arrangeatata
for a "Jitney" fair to be held in the tw
Itartram Review, CSd street
nr last Monday evening;
avenue, at tneir meeun
elected the followlnr ol
uommanaer, Mrs. .Minnie lsran; lieutenant
commander, Mrs. Bertha Rlter; past com
manuer, Mrs. Brnna Helnts; record keeper
Mrs Kathryn Moore: finance auditor, Mlsa
Kultr: chaplain, Mra. lleuer: lady-at-arms.
Airs. Martha Hanley; sergeant, Mrs. Minnie
Lawrence; picket. Mlsa 'Wood; captain of th
guard, Miss Roller. Bart ram lie view will
make arrangements for an entertainment at
their next meeting. The officers were Installs!
by Supreme Chaplain Burgln,
Betsy Ross Review will celebrate the anni
versary ot the association at their next meet
ing, Tuesday evening, September 28, In Cap
ron Post Hall. 31st and Ruth streets, Kensing
ton. Each member will try to taka an anmi.
cation. On October 12 they will have th third
and final reading of their I
ivlawa and a '
social." Betsy Ross Review will hereafter
devote 80 minutes of each meeting night to
reading and debate on aupreme laws, which is
a lopg step In the right direction. They ex
pect to keep their degree staff busy Initiating
applicants the coming autumn and winter.
Father of 16 Children, Out of Work,
Inhales Gas ,
Trouble and poverty has brought de
spair to the family of (Tharles HUdebrand
for many months. Tho climax came to
day when he attempted suicide at his
home, 736 Leopard street, by inhaling'
gas. lie wna found unconscious by his
J7-year-old daughter, Clara, and sent to
St. Mary's Hospital. Tho physicians say
he will recover.
HUdebrand attempted to shoot his wife
a year ago. according to the police, and
tried to kill himself the same day. He
Is the father of IS children and has been
out of work for a year.
Labor's Candidate J
wm Far Mltntrtnitl 4
For Municipal
Court Judge
Indorsed by th
Central Labor
of Philadelphia
and vicinity
This is the oppor
tune time to plac
a representative
of Labor on th
Judicial Bench.
Patrick P.
(Hatter and
on the
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