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EVBHIN'0 LEDOER-PHILABELPHIA, FRIDAY,
TEMBBR M, l'JlS.
CUBS WIN FIRST
FHOM PHILS, 6-0
Erskine Mayer an Easy
Mark for Chicagoans.
Oeschger Tries Hand
Stock, lb 3
Bancroft, ss 4
t'nskert. cr 4
Cravath, rf 4
f.uderus, lb 3
"Vhttted, If 3
Nelhoff. 2h 3
Dunn, c 2
Adams c 1
Mayer, p 1
Oeschger, p 2
Good, rf 4
Mulligan, en 4
Schulte. If 3
Zimmerman, 3b 4
Sftler, lb 3
Williams,, cf 3
McCarthy, 2b 4
Archer, c 4
Humphries, p 2
Total 31 9 27 9 0
Two-basa hits McCai thy, Archer, 2;
Schultc. Sacrifice hit Humphries. Stolen
bate Schulte. Struck out By Mayer, 2:
Humphries, 4; Oeschger, 1. Base on balls
Off Humphries, 1; Mayer, 2; Oeschger,
1 Double plays Mulligan to McCarthy to
Saler. Balk Oeschger.
WEST SIDE PARK. Chicago, Sept. 24.
The Phillies nt last have been beaten.
Bert Humphries, an ex-Phll, turned the
trick, the score being 6-0.
Erskine Mayer was Ineffective and
Oeschger went to the mount. He was
stung for two more runs.
Stock walked. Bancroft popped to Zim
merman. Paskert hit Into a double play.
Mulligan to McCarthy to Salcr. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
flood filed to Paskert. Mulligan beat
out a hit In front of the plate. Mulligan
died stealing. Burns to Bancroft. Schultc
ivilKed. Schulte stulo, second. Zlmmer
"inan a led to left, scoring Schulte and
taking second on Wanted's throw to tho
plate. Sftler fanned. Ono run, two hits,
Cravatll lined to Saler. Luderus filed
to Schulte. Whttted fouled to Saler. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
"Williams filed to Whltted. McCarthy
doubled down right-field line. Archer
doubled down left-field line, scoring Mc
Carthy. Archer moved up to third on
Humphries' out, Nlchoff to Luderus. Good
filed to Cravath. One run, two hits, no
NIehoff fouled to Archer. Burns
grounded to Saler. Mayer fanned. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Mulligan filed to NIehoff, Schulte filed
to Cravath. Bancroft threw out Elm. I
No runs, no hits, no errors. I
FOURTH INNING. L
Stock, singled to left. Bancroft forced
africn, Saler to Mulligan. Paskert forced
Bancroft, Humphries to McCarthy. Crav
ath forced Paskert, Mulligan to Mc
Carthy. No runs, one hit. no errors.
NiehofI threw out Saler. Williams
waiked. Williams out stealing. Burns to
Bancroft. McCarthy fanned. No runs,
.no mis, no errors.
T.uderus out, Saler to Humphries.
Whltted lined to Mulligan. NlehofC
fanned. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Archer doubled to right centre. Hum
phries sacrificed, Mayer to NIehoff. Good
singled to right, scoring Archer. Mul
ligan was safe on Bancroft's Juggle.
Schulte singled to right, scoring Good
and sending Mulligan to third. At this
point Oeschger relieved Mayer. Zimmer
man fanned. Saler filed to NIehoff. Two
runs, three hits, one error.
Burns singled to centre. Oeschger
fanned. Burns took second on Stock's
out. Zimmerman to Saler. Bancroft hit
to Zimmerman, who tagged Burns out
at third. No runs, one hit, no errors.
NIehoff threw out Williams. Oeschger
threw out 'McCarthy. Archer filed to
Cravath. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Paskert popped to Mulligan. Cravath
filed to Schulte, In deep left. McCarthy
threw out I.uderus. No runs, no hits, no
Adams replaced Burns for Philadelphia.
Bancroft threw out Humphries. I.uderus
made a great stop of Good's grounder
and beat mm to the bag. Mulligan
to Oeschger. No runs, no lilts.
Ited singled through the box. Nlr.
tiled to Mulligan, Adams popped to
arthy. Oeschger filed to Williams,
runs, one hit, no errors,
chulte doubled to right. NIehoff threw
it Zimmerman, Schulte taking third.
Saler walked. Schulte scored and Saler
took, second -when Oeschger balked. Wil
liams grounded to I.uderus. Saler taking
third. McCarthy bounced a single over
I.uderus' head, scoring Baler. Archer filed
to Cravath. Two runs, two hits, no er
rors. NINTH INNING.
Stock fanned, Bancroft filed to Mc
Carthy. Paskert singled through Hum
phrteik McCarthy threw out Cravath. No
runs, one hit, no error.
PEW PfCKS TEAM
FOR FIRST GAME
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Danner, rs 4
Demrau, 3b 4
McAvov, c 3
Rlcluirdson, p 3
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Murphy, rf 4 0 0
Weaver, ss B10
E. Collins, 2b 2 3 1
Fournler. cf 4 11
Jackson, If 4 12
J. Collins, lb 4 0 1
Blackburne, 3b 4 10
Mayer, c 3 0 0
Clcotte, p 3 0 0
Totals 33 7 6 27 9 1
Batted for McAvoy In ninth.
tBatted for nichardson In ninth.
JMurphy out In first, hit by batted ball.
Three-baso hltSchang. Two-base hit
Lapp. Sacrifices Clcotte, Mayer. Stolen
bases Murphy, 2; Danner, E. Collins.
Jackson. Struck out By Clcotte, 5;
Richardson, 4. Base on balls Off Illch
ardsou, 6: Clcotte, 2.
SH1UE PAniC. Sept. 21. Miserable field
ing behind nichardson. Macks recruit
from Marshalltown, Iowa, gave tho White
Sox an easy victory In the Art gajne this
afternoon. The score was 7 to 6.
Until the ninth Inning the White Sox
made but four hits but tallied six runs,
owing to, the fact that the Athletics made
seven errors, xlsx of which figured lit the
Clcotto had little trouble with Mackmen
until the ninth, when Bankston and Lapp,
pinch hitters, both hit safely, the latter
getting a double and Schang then fol
lowed with a triple.
Clcotte then tightened up and easily
retired tho next two batters.
It was an unlntci eating game. Richard
eon's tine pitching In the face of poor
support was the only feature.
Murphy walked. Weaver's grounder
hit Murphy and the latter was declared
out. Richardson threw wild to catch
AVeaver napping at first and Weaver
took second. Oldrlng dropped E. Collins'
easy fly. Fournler walked, filling the
bases. Jackson singled to right, scor
ing Weaver and E. Collins, Fournler tak
ing third and Jackson second on the
throw homo. J. Collins singled to left,
scoring Fourner and putting Jackson on
third, J. Collins taking second himself
on the throw-In. Jackson scored on a
aqueeze play, Blackburne bunting and
being out at first, Mclnnls unassisted. J.
Collins tried to steal home, but McAvoy
tagged hlf out. Four runs, three hits,
Schang out, E. Collins to J. Collins.
Strunk singled to centre. Oldrlng singled
to centre. On the hit-and-run play La
Jole bounced a single over Blarkburne's
head, filling the bases. Mclnnls forced
L Jole, Weaver to E. Collins, Strunk
scoring. Danner fouled to Blackburne.
One run, three hits, no errors.
Mayor got two Wees on Demrau'g wild
throw. Clcotte sacrificed, Richardson to
Mclnnls. Mayer taking third. Murphy
hit to Lajote. who threw Mayer out at
the plate. Murphy stole second. Lajole
threw out Weaver, No runs, no hits, no
Demrau struck out, McAvoy also
fanned. Richardson out to J. Collins,
unassisted. No runs, no hits, no errors.
E. Collins walked. Richardson threw out
Fournler, E, Collins taking stcond, Jack
son filed to Schange. Danner muffed J.
Collin' liner and then made a foolish
and wlM throw over Mclnnls' head, E,
Collins scoring and J. Collins taking sec
ond, niackburne fanned. One run, no
lilts, two errors.
Schang popped to J. Collin. Strunk
filed to Jackson, Oldrlng fouled to Mayer,
No runs, no hit, no error.
Mayer filed to Danner. Clcotte filed to
McAvoy. Murphy filed to Lajole. No
runs, no hit, no error.
Weaver threw out Lajole. Mclnnls filed
to Fournler. Blackburne fumbled Dan
tier's grounder. Danner stole second.
Demrau filed to Blackburne. No runs,
no hits, one error.
Weaver grounded to Mclnnls, Unas
silted. K. Collto walked. Fournler Died
to strunk. K: CoMo stola second. Jack
'son walked, J. Collins fouled to Dem
rau, No run, no hit, no rror.
McAvoy died, E. Collin to J. Collins,
Richardson fanned. flchang walked,
irtrunk filed to Fournler, No runs, no
ata, n errors.
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wlM throw to first, fyr acrlned.
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Immediately after chapel, which opened the present session of the
University of Pennsylvania today, the underclassmen gathered on
the campus to participate in their first encounter.
Demrau fumbled Murphy's grounder,
Blackburne scoring. Murphy stole sec
ond. Richardson threw out Weaver.
One run, no hits, two errors.
Ed Collins threw out Oldrlng. Lajolo
Blngled to right. Mclnnls grounded to J.
Collins, unassisted. Danner lined to
Weaver. No runs, ono lilt, no errors.
E. Collins singled to centre. Fournler
forced E. Collins, Lajote to Danner. Jack
son forced Fournler. Lajole to Danner.
Jaokson Btolo second. Demrau throw, out
J. Collins. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Clcotte threw put Demrau. McAvoy
fanned. nicliard.s5n also struck out. No
runs, ho hits, nor ernfra.".'
Blackburne fouled to McAvoy. Mayer
fanned. Lajple.threw out Clcotte. No
runs no nlfs. n! errors. . V f
Schang walked. Strunk felhgled to left.
Oldrlng forced Sphang, to Blackburne,
unassisted. Lajole filed to Jackson. Mc
lnnls singled to centre, scoring Strunk.
Danner died, Clcotte to J. Collins. One
run, two hits, no errors.
Murphy was called out on Btrlkcs.
Weaver fouled to McAvoy. Ed Collins
walked. Fournler singled to right, Ed
Collins taking third. Jackson singled to
right, scoring Ed Collins, and Fournler
going to third. On an attempted double
Bteal Fournler was caught at tho plate
and run down, McAvoy to Lajole to Mc
Avoy to Demrau. One run, two hits, no
Demrau filed to Weaver. Bankston bat
ted for McAvoy nnd singled to centre.
Lapp batted for Richardson and doubled
against the right-field wall. Schang
tripled to left centre, scoring Bankston
and Lapp. Clcotte threw out Strunk,
Schang scoring. Ed Collins threw out
Oldrlng. Three runs, three hits, no errors.
Ewing Practice Monday
Bwlnc A. A. football team la ready to
schedule any team In the I3aat offering rea
sonable Indueemente. Manager Wjatt alio de
sires to announce practice will be held Monday
cloning, B p. m 33d afreet and Susquehanna
12 MEN SENT TO JAIL FOR QUARANTINE VIOLATION
HARRISBURG, Sept, 24. Twelve men arrested at Green Lane, Montgomery
County, for violation of a diphtheria quarantine have been sent to Jail for 10
days each. This is the first conviction by prosecution of the. State Health
Department under the act of 1SUG.
GERMAN WAR LOAN OVERSUBSCRIBED BY $507,000,000
BERLIN, Sept. 24. Germana third war loan haa been oversubscribed by
more than G07,000,000. The following ofllclal statement waa issued today:
"The war loan is an Immense success. Tho subscriptions amount to
12,030,000,000 mark ($3,007,500,000), Reports of subscriptions are still awaited
from some parts of th empire."
( The amount sought was 10,000,000,000 marks, or $2,500,000,000.
WAR TAKES 10,000 MINERS FROM COAL DISTRICT
JOHNSTOWN, Pa., Sept. 24. Vice President Charles O'Neill, of District
No. 2, bituminous field, of the Un.ted Mine Workers of America, stated today
that this district was 10,000 miners short of the usual working; forces as a
result of the European war and the demand for men in steel and allied indus
tries. Thousands of men have gone to Europe to join the armies of their
respective countries. With only a normal demand for coal this winter, says
Mr. O'Neill, there will be a decided labor famine.
DALLAS OFFERS J100.000 FOR NATIONAL CONVENTION
NEW YORK, Sept. 24. "The South wants a National Democratic Conven
tion. Wo have not bad one in the real South since 1860." So declared Mayor
Henry D. Llnslcy, of Dallas, Tex who is in New Tork today to .bid for tho
convention for his town. Dallas, he said, will offer $100,000, a hall with a
capacltyof 20,000 and a bed for every Democrat.
BRITISH HORSE TRANSPORT TORPEDOED AFTER WARNING
WASIUNCITON. Sept 24. The British transport Anglo-Columbian, lpaded
with horses and bound from Montreal to Liverpool, was torpedoed and sunk
by a German submarine of Faatnet at 9:80 o'clock this morning. Consul Frost,
at Queeaatown, reported to the State Department this afternoon that the
eteaawilp was pursued for 7t miles by the submarine before she flaally was
overhauled and Bent 'to the bottom.
There were six Americans in the crew. The Consul reports that there
were no casualties and that the vessel was given ample warakir.
Officials of tH Mate Department accepted the message of Comul Frost
m proving that .the Ocrmute were endeavoring to carry out the vlitatlo svnd
Mirch ortM psetntfn, fcr Ambassador va roatwsT, Tfc fact, however,
that tk. wtowlM irtMijiss? the Miter for 78 miles was accepted, a fni '-T
the Oeea uaeW-see. VmOs bow are oMrfttiwr at a nueb Mivr eVuUace
off the coart tteaa (oraaerly.
ANNUAL WELCOME TOVtfRESHMEN
PENROSE SEES VICTORY
FOR THE ORGANIZATION
Senator Also Prophesies That Wilson
Can't Win Next Year
Senator Tcnrose sees In the prlmnry
election vote a sweeping Organization vic
tory In November.
Discussing the results In an Interview
today he also Bald the result of the may
oralty election In Philadelphia will have
a direct bearing on the result of the pres
idential election next year.
He predicted that President Wilson
would not carry a single State north of
the Mason and Dixon line when ho comes
up for re-election In 1916.
"The result of thq primaries," said the
Senator, "showed that tho Republicans
polled a most substantial vote, and at
their party election full asauranco was
given of the election of the Republican
nominees In Philadelphia County on No
"There In no mistaking the fact that
this is a Republican year. The election
next November will be the last election
before tho presidential election In 1916,
and evidence abounds on every side that
the people am Impatient to have an op
portunity to repudiate the Wilson Admin
istration with Its free trade tariff and Ita
incompetent and vacillating foreign pol
icy, particularly with reference to the
"The Issues will be brought prominently
before the people when Congress meets In
December. Advices from all over the
United States Indicate a similar trend
toward the Republican party Is going on
In every State
"The war in Europe, of course, has re
lieved the Democratic party from a
crushing and humiliating breakdown to
some extent by alleviating tho Industrial
depression and In other ways, but It will
not bo sufficient to save the party.
"It is generally conceded that President
Wilson will not carry a State north of
the Mason and Dixon line as things stand
I today." '
U. OF P. OPENED
BY PROVOST IN
Registration Figures Ex
pected to Exceed 8000,
Provost Smith opened tho fall term of
the University of Pennsylvania In the
gymnasium today. Tho great crowd of
students who cheered the provost to the
echo In the assembly room was only a
fraction of the,undcrgrnduato body, which
It Is confidently expected from all Indica
tions will exceed SOOO when the figures
ore completo and ready for publication
early In November. Last jcar tho regis
tration totaled 7151.
These figures, of couise. Include the
graduate schools nnd the extension schools
The big nudltorlum In the gymnasium
wax packed to the doors when Provost
Smith at 10 o'clock asked the assembled
thousands to slug "Onward, Christian
Soldiers." On the platform was an Im
pressive semicircle In which Bat the nine
deans and tho vice provost In their
academic robes, with the bright colors of
their hoods Bhowlng their degrees.
Provost Smith showed no effects of
his recent Illness. Ho seemed greatly
moved by tho demonstration of the stu
dents and in the reading of the lesson,
I Corinthians, xlll, or, ratlier, tne reci
tation of It from memory. In his ad
dress he referred to the great tuccess of
the summer school, which had had mora
than 1000 students while his hearers had
been on their vacations, and he expressed
the belief the school had an even greater
He spoke words of advice to the various
classes, quoting from the writings of for
mer provosts, especially of those of the
18th century. When he came to the fresh
men he made a most pressing plea that
they look forward to their careers as
precious things that no love of present
pleasure should impair. Kach freshman,
he said, should think of the man he
ought to be In the '20s and '30s of this
century, when he would reap what he
had Bown. He warned them against
sowing wild oats, and spoke of the sopho
mores who had dropped out of last year's
class because they had neglected their
The Provost announced the gift of tho
Maria Hosmer Pennlman Memorial Li
brary to the University. It is presented'
by James Hosmer Pennlman, brother of
Vice Provost Pennlman, In memory of
his mother, who was Mrs. James Lan
Several promotions of assistant pro
fessors and Instructors were noted. The
most Interesting of these. In view of the
attitude of the trustees on Nearings rad
ical tendencies, was the promotion of
K. M Patterson, InstructorMn finance, to
be assistant professor of economics. He
Is a Kearlng man and radical enough to
have "written a book," It being generally
understood theso days that men with con
servative Ideas on economics do not wrlto
books, judging from student comment.
The true college spirit will be In evi
dence tonight at the University of Penn
sylvania at a reception which will be
tendered the new students by the Chris
tian Association in the gymnasium.
Tho joys of sport and (he social Bide
of college life will be explained by the
leading athletes and officers of the senior
Then, too, there will be an abundance
of college songs and cheers by way of
variety between tthe addresses.
Addresses will be made by the follow
ing team captains: B. D. Harris, football;
J, E. Meredith, track; J, Mann, Jr., base
ball, and W. B. Chlckerlnr, crew. Inci
dentally, "rick" Marshall will talk es
pecially on football to the freshmen. E.
J. McNlcholl will discuss basketball and
"Mike" Dorlzas will talk on minor sports
Gordon A. Hardwlck. president of the
senior class, will preside.
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Continued frem Fas One
Lapp to Lajole. Four runs, two hits, no
Schang filed to Fournler. Strunk filed
to Ed. Collins. Oldrlng singled to left.
Oldrlng tried to reach second when J.
Collins muffed a throw from Russell, but
he was retired, on J. Collins' throw to
E. Collins. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Schalk singled to left Russell forced
Schalk, Turner to Slebold. Murphy
dropped a Texas leaguer In centre.
Weaver forced Murphy, Lajole to Slebold.
Russell and Weaver started a doublo
steal and both men scored when Lajole's
throw bounded off Russell's leg to the
stand. B. Collins beat out an Infield hit.
Ii Collins took second on a" passed ball.
Tournler filed to Oldrlng. Two runs,
three hits, one error.
Lajole fouled to Blackburne. Mclnnls
filed to Weaver. Slebold fanned. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Crowell and McAvoy replaced Turner
and Lapp for the Athletic. Jackson
walked. J. Collins doubled to left and
when Oldrlng fumbled the ball Jackson
scored. Blackburne sacrificed, Crowell to
Mclnnls. The squceie play was worked,
J, Collins scoring on Schalk's sacrifice,
Demrau to Mclnnls. Russell singled to
right. Murphy walked. Weaver singled
to right, scoring Russell. Murphy took
third on the throw In. When Demrau tried
to catch Weaver at second, he tnrew inio
right Held, Murphy scoring and Weaver
taking third. Ed. Collins singled to left,
scoring Weaver. Fournler walked. Jack
son lined to Slebold. Five runs, four hits,
Weaver threw out Demrau. McAvoy
fanned. Crowell filed lo Fournler. Ho
runs, no hits, no errors.
Sherman, recalled from Jersey City,
started pitching for the Athletics. J.
Collins doubled to left. Blackburne sacri
rlflced, Demrau to Mclnnls, the latter
making a great one-handed catch of a
poor throw, slebold threw out Schalk.
J. Collins scoring, Slebold threw out
Russell. One run, one hit, no errors.
Schang singled to left. Weaver fumbled
Strunk's grounder. Oldrlng singled to
left, scoring Schang. Lajole tripled to
deep left centre, scoring Strunk and Old
ring. Mclnnls sent a short fly to Jack
son. Ed. Collins threw out Slebold,
Lajole scoring. Demrau fanned. Four
runs, four hits, one error.
Bankston now playing centre field for
the Athletics. Murphy singled to right.
Weaver sacrificed, Sherman to Mclnnls.
Lajole threw out E. Collins, Murphy
taking third. Fournler filed to Bankston.
No runs, one hit, no errors.
Blackburne threw out 'McAvoy. Sher
man went out, J. Collins to Russell.
Bankston tripled to right Strunk filed to
Weaver. No runi, one hit, no errors.
Jackson filed to Oldrlng. J. Collins filed
to Bankston. Blackburne popped to Dem
rau. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Russell threw out Oldrlng. Lajole hit
to the centre field wall for another triple.
Mclnnls was safe on Weaver's wild
throw, Lajole scoring. Slebold fouled to
Si'halk. Demrau singled to centre. Mc
Avoy, fanned. Ono run, two hits, one er
Schalk fanned. Russell filed to Oldrlng.
Murphy filed to McAvoy. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
Sherman fanned. Bnnkston fanned. E.
Collins threw out Strunk. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
Weaver went out to Mclnnls, unns
plstcd. Bankston made a fine catch of
Ed Collins' drive. Fournler singled to
right. Jnckson filed to Oldrlng. No runs,
one hit, no errors.
Oldrlng beat out an Infield hit. Lajole
lined to Blackburne, who threw to J.
Collins, doubling up Oldrlng. Mclnnls
beat out a bunt. Blackburne threw out
Slebold. No runs, two hits, no errors.
J Collins singled to left. Blackburne
filed to Strunk. Schalk popped to Mc
lnnls. Russell forced J. Collins, Lajole
to Slebold. No runs, one hit, no er
rors. Demrau filed to Blackburne. McAvoy
tripled to right Russell threw out Sher
man. Bankston filed to Murphy. No
runs, one hit, no errors.
President Wilson May
Help New Jersey
New Jersey is seething with the Woman Suf
frage fight. The suffragists believe they will
win. They are banking heavily on President
Wilson's support. He has promised to make s
statement before next Tuesday, and the suf
fragists believe he is with them. Meantime
the anti-suffragists claim the State by a good
The PUBLIC LEDGER has polled the political
leaders in the 21 counties of New Jersey, an,d
tells the situation as it is today in
Ortftr Yr Copy Tday
MEXICANS KILL ,
U. S. SOLDIER IN
American Captain and An-
other Private Wounded
by Raidero in Fight
BANDITS LOSE TEN MEN
BROWNSVILLE, Tex., Sept. 24.Car- j
ranxista soiaiers who had crossed th
Rio Grande under cover ef darkness at.
tacked American Boldlers nt Progresso
43 miles .west of Brownsvlllo, today, J
Killing private stuoDiefleld, of Troop c'j
mn avairy, na wounding Captain A.
Anderson and Private Kennedy,
CspUln Anderson, who was In conj.
niand of the American troops,, reported
that the Mexicans who attacked hla mn
were a Carranza force numbering be"
tween SO and 40 men. Seventeen oth.r
Cnrranza soldiers were sighted on th.
Mexican aide of the Rio Grande Th
.Mexicans ambushed the soldiers. whovf
opened fire from the Mesqulte bushea
nmong which they were hidden. Prlvsts
Stubblcflcld fell at tho first Are, and Can.
tain Anderson and Private Kennedy wtrs
wounded before they could get to cover.
The troopers replied to the fire, pourln i
ttitllafa In, a tU m... ..II. 'MU1"
j,l...l.l ...w ...v. ...tonuno ousnes Whlls
i..i. o nuiiiiiiuuvu ,rom oiner patrols.
Another battle between Americans and
Mexicans, which was still In nroeron. .i
noon, was reported to have resulted InV
iKa Jik4t 1AsAajHH a .. is
... ucu ui iv juoAicana ana me wound. .
Ing of five others. The ncht w. ,.vi. '
place between county officers and bandits "'I
on tho line between Hldalco nnrt q,.t?
counties. No American casualties fitttim
COLLEGE ROMANCE REVEALED
Dr. ChnrlpR V. TWac w:n tw.j "I"
wl .j ,7V;"' "cun..
iunuu xi. r,age jm1
A romance which started when a UnUSi'
verslty, of Pennsylvania student from!
Buffalo met a Philadelphia girl, tta1
which went merrily along amid collrri
dances and receptions, came to light tN-
day with the news that Dr. Charlu v M
Tin, a- CUT nt . . .. w
Bates, of 6H7 Pine street wmiM tt..J
Miss Maud 11. Edge, of 6100 Willows IK?
..J IT T- . r.. 7.7. " "I'C
w. u. .i.ukv, ui Qiyu willow .- t
nue, tomorrow morning. I
Doctor Bates was Introduced tn
iage Dy a renow student when heflrit'1
came to the university, four years . 1
Lost year they became engaged, but nofi
of their friends were let Into the secre'
even after Doctor Bates graduated from'
the School of Dentistry in June of this
year. The marriage ceremony wlirt1
private. Doctor and Mrs. Bates wm
make their home In this city.
BUILDING AND LOAN OPINION
Association Can't Have More Full
Paid Than Installment Stock'sjfi--
HAHRISBURO. Sept. U. An opInlosT
has been given to State Banking Commit- S
Bloner W. H. Smith by Deputy AttoruM f
General Horace W. Davis to the effMt
that It Is not permissible for a h.iiidi...
and lonn association to have more full
paid stock than Installment stock aM
mat me cxiem or lull paid stock pe
misslble is subject to such regulation u
...III M.U..I. !. . .. . . . 7 . mA.
..... ii.twuimii me hiock in an inciaeiML"
relation in thf. tnRfillnj.n .r.L.1.
It Is also held and sunhorted hv. b
opinion of -the Supreme Court thti'fc"!
would bo illegal for a- building and fbh
acsorlatlon to Issue any" full paid ork.
pam siock, me interest or divtdailia
wnicn was guaranteed lrrespectln tl
whether the same were enrncd or not'?
Released Prisoner Rearrested
Morris Helmerllng, 23 years old, ofj7th .
street, near Callowhlll street, wat ar
rested by Detective Walsh, of the city
force. Just after he completed a sentcne
of one year at Blackwell's Island, Nev
York, today on a charge of stealing rollj ,,
of cloth In this city from a department t
store wagon on September 28. 1914. Helm."
erllng was arrested at the tlme.,l)uisf
jumped his ball. He went to New Tort r
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