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EVMING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1915-
4,'Una Squadrn Itnliium Sor
g' prende cd Attacca le Navi
, Nemloho Impegnate a Bont
bardare San Giovanni
IL RISULTATO 1GNOTO
ItOMA. 10 Deccmbre
. t'ri tclcgrnmma da Atcne illcc die unn
bnttnplln navnlo o' statn combattutu nel
I M.iiv Adrttitlco trn lp llotte Itnllnna nl
ntistrlr.ca. II trteerflhima lion tin' per
ora altrl partlcolnrl, no' nlcum nnnuticlo
ill qiiPfto Kenele e' stnto ntuora (Into u
r noma ilnl Mlnl'tero dclla Mnrlna
E" faclie Imanlnnrsl quanta sla rnttcsa
Her notlzte circa qucstn baltnRlla navalo,
tna 1o nutorltn' sono aticora sllctnloe al
Vn allro tdesmmma da Atcnc dice die
i. non el conorrono iicmmcno cola" I
pnrtlcolnrl od II rlsultato dclla bottnfilla
che sar.'bbe stata coinbntluta Icrl nl
'"largo costa nlhnncse.
Secondo Information! dl fontc dlplo-
u mntlca nd Atone, unn snuadin atistrlica
era Impegmta n bombardare II porto al-
- bnncse dl San Glovnnnl dl Medua, miiinda
soprnxKlunse unn squndra Itntlnnn clio i
dlcde sublto liatUglla alle navi da gucrrii
11 Mlnlstoro delta Ouerrn pubbtlenvn. lerl
sent II seBiiento comuntrnto ufllclntc nulla
sltunzlono sut tcatro dclla jrucrra ltnlo-
"Ih parecclit punll del fronto dl bnt-
taglla 1'artlff'lerla rrnmlca lia trntnto dl
lnterrompcre I tinstrl lavorl dl conaollda-
mento delle nuovc poslzlonl, ma II preclso
ed efflence fuoco dellc nostre battcrlo ha
, frustrate iiucstl tcntntlvl.
a "Nclla zona del Monte Nero, fnvorlto
idalln densn ncbbla. tin reparto ntiRtrlaco
- penetro' In una dclle nostre trlncec sullo
spcronc del Vodll, ma no fu Immedlata-
mente- rncclntn da violent! contraltncclil
da pcrte dellc nostre tmppc.
"Sul fronts dcll'Isonzo le cnttlvlsslme
condlzlonl del tcrreiin In scjuIo al'c
fortl plopitle del filornl scorsl, non linnno
punto fnttn dlmlnulre 1'nttlvlta' dellc
nostro Iruppo dl fnnterln.
"Sulle ulture del Calvnrlo, nd nvest dl
- Gorlsrla, not prendemmo Icrl (mcrcoledl)
Un rlparo nemlco nel quale trovnmmo
fuclll, lnuntzlonl ed altro mntcrlnlc da
"Nel settore del Monte San Mlchelc, mil
J ,Carso, durante una opcrazlone dl poca
Importanzn, nol prendemmo 71 prlnlonlcrl,
frrt I quail tre ufllclall."
r SLtqCKSSI DAVANTI A fSOIMKIA.
ln tclcKninima da I'dlne dice die lo
forzo Itnllnnc opcrnntl dnvnntl a Oorlzla,
che pel (,'lonil scorsl vldero le loro
operazonl plu' o nieno oitacolnte ilnl cat
tlvo tempo, laflorznrono Icrl le loro
poslzlonl Impndroncndoil dl una forte
opera dl dlfesa austrlaca aulle alture del
Gil Itnllnnl ottennero II succcso con un
Kttacco dl sorprcsa opcrato In una densa
ncbbla, che vnlso a nascondere nl nemlco
la loro nvnnzntn. I'resl nlla sprovvlstn,
quando nieno Be lo uspettttvnno, moltl del
dtfcnsorl furono ucclsl dalle bnloncttc
Itallanc prima die II comnndantc nustrl
aco si arre.ie c lnsclo la rldotta nolle
rrmnl degll Itullnnl.
HI dice cho qucsto successo c' Impor
tanto perchc' vlcne a dlmlnulre senslbll-
. mente la dlfesa nuntrlnca della testa dl
ponte di Gorlzla tra 11 Sabotlno clo
perone del I'odgorn.
.'OSTILITA' DUI GUECX
Un tclesrnmma da Balonlcco dice cho I
Bred dl quella cltta" si mostrano
vclotamcnte ostlll ngll nllcatl. II tele
grnrhma c' stato Invlatn al Dally Tclo
. graph dl I,nndra, rluscendo nU cludcro
la ceniurn. e iln nlcuni e-empll ill quest.i
6 ostlllta' rteH'clemento creco ill Snlonlccn.
Non nppena I prlml contingent! d!
truppe nllente crano slmrcntl che I
prezzl del vlverl o degll artlcoil dl prima
T, neccsslta' furono portntl n due volte e
tre volte II loro prezzo orlglnnle ed al
trnsporto dl munlzlonl e dl rlfornlmentl
per le truppe furono appllcate le tarirte
plu nlto numentate dl una soprnrassa del
5 per cento, inentre per II trasporto dl
ognl soldato fu Imposta una tariffa
Buperiore del 7 e mezzo per cento n quella
che si appllcava nd un pnssegero ordl-
narlo, non solo, ma 11 dlrettore dclle fer
rovle preteae che II prczzo dl trasporto
fosse pagato In oro e prima che I soldatl
Se 1 soldatl prendevano In nlfltto una
casa, le autorltn' mtlltarl grcche annulla-
vano II contralto pretendendo cho dclla
, casa avevn bisogno lo Stato. Lo stcsso
si faceva per I cavalll, per I carrettl e
Intanto le nutorlta greche avevano
egretamente rafforzato II forte Kara-
burun, all'entrata del porto ed avevano
costrulto altre opere d! dlfesa montandovi
cannonl pesantl, o si scoperscro cho mint)
a, aubacqueo erano stato prepnrnto o si
tenevano pronte per tssero lanciate alio
foci del Vardar.
, Sullo alture vlclne a Salonlcco erano
t. atute scavnte trlnceo ed erettl rctlcolatl
dl fcrro. montandovi ancho cannonl con
le bocche rlvolte verso 11 campo degll
alleatl. Inoltre l'eseiclto greco, Invece dl
i.- concentraral verso la frontlera della Uul-
.,' garla, dove era 11 perlcolo, si radunava
attorno a Salonlcco e sulla strada dl
ler quanto rlguarda la Grecla, 11 Dr.
Dillon, che conosce la sltuazlone bal
es pica, che el trova a Roma, ha tele
" grntato a Londra che anche se gll alleatl
t- storceranno alia Grecla delle promesse,
essl dovrebbero conslderare sempre come
crave la sltuazlone.
FAVOR LITERACY TEST
FOR ELECTION OFFICERS
Editors of Civic Bulletin Also
Suggest Three Weeks' In
struction at Polls
"Ward Affairs" will be discussed by
A the members of the Civic Club at their
meeting on Monday, when It is expected
that suggestions will be made toward the
- instruction of election officers In their
duties, of office.
The Civic Club Bulletin editors, the
y Misses Frances A. Wlster and Ella Robb,
suggest the appointment of election offi
cers by the Civil Service Commission after
f a competitive examination; or, f the pres
ent method of electing- them Is continued,
that they be required to take a literacy
test and receive at least three weeks' ln
J tru$tln at the polls as to behavior, as-
slstance to voters and sorting and count-
- ins of ballots.
The article contends that the present
elective system Is not good nor Is it con
ducive or the best results. "Would any
" fundamental principle of Democracy be
" undermined f election officers were ap-
polated by the Civil Service Commission
t after a competitive examination?" the
article queries, "And jf such officers
is n wade o serve in any division of
- Th work of e'ectlon pfficera la bust
lies pure and simple. That It ever should
... tie couW be turned Into any other chan
t. and there la reason to sunnose that
It often Is, shows that the present system i
jl. ".nuw, fi ni aangerous.
js Aaother poln? which Is not amiss to
jneoUon here Is that the authorities
" houUl ceo to It that the secret ballot,
upppsed to be loekeU up, does not have
io e deposited n barrels, milk cans,
-. . waslt boilers, boxes anil the UVe ti,ij
j: method Of haBdUng t in Iti'lf an Invt- , &.
W jf ( ml.
I 1& S:HH I
These little waifs are "Ruth" nnd
"George," children of the poor
who hope to be entertained by the
rich on Cliristrruis Day, according
to a novel plan worked out by the
Children's Aid Society.
SANTA CLAUS COMING
TO CHILDREN OF POOR
Friendless Little Ones to Have
Merry Christmas by Being
"Lent" to Lonely Rich
Probably 100 little children, who other
wise would n- doubt ppond a lonesome
Christmas, without any one to look out
for them, will have the fullest measure
of holiday hnpplness tlili year as the re
sult of a novel plnn originated by the
Children's Aid Society Hint of "lending
out" boys nnd girls for Chrlstmns.
Already 30 applications have been re
ceived by the society from plnccs far nnd
near to wend a child to cheer the appli
cants for this unique charity, nnd so far
that number of little ones are assured of
H3 happy a Chilstinas ns ever they will
have, for, in moat cn?cs, they are going
to the homes of wealthy people, who have
promised them the time of their young
A long lino of children Is waiting ex
pectantly day after day at th6 society's
headquarters for Santa Claus In the form
of the kind-hearted man or woman who
will eventunlly come to claim them.
"Will the lady come today who Is to
tako mo to her home nnd show me Santa
Claus and give me toys for Christmas?"
they Inquire dally of Miss Tngur. who Is
In chnrgo of them, Probably the most
Impatient of theso are Kuth, 3 years old,
and Geoigc, who Is i. Little Utah's
mother Is in service nnd cannot afford to
take care of her, much less provide her
Christmas Joys; while George Is so com
pletely filcndlcss that, aside from tho
society's officers, there Is no one to tnko
an Interest In him.
Miss Tcgue offered the photographs of
these children, who nre typical of those
wno nre rjeing "lent out,' ns a pathetic
nppeal to the charitably inclined to como
and take them and brighten their monoto
Tnen there arc Frnnk and Joe, 7 and 5
years old respectively. They nro brothers
and they were brought to the society re
cently irom up me state, where they
were left motherless. The society Is espe
cially desirous of placing these children.
In fact, they are worried more nbout th"
noys in their chnrge than tho girls. In
most cases, girls, especially with golden
curls, are easily provided for, but boys
somehow or other there does not seem
to be so great a demand for them. There
aro those, however, who prefer boys, and
It Is for these they are waiting and hop
ing. Inquiries have come to the society from
all parts of the country. In some cases
hey como from childless homes; In oth
ers from bachelors or spinsters who de
sire to give the children some hnpplness;
whlto In not n few cases requests have
come from need couples whose sons or
daughters have married, leaving them
lonely nnd with no one to caro for.
In many Instnnces children who aro
"borrowed" for the holidays are kept
permanently and adopted Into their new
homes, their benefactors becoming so nt
tached to them that they do not wont to
send thorn back. In this way the so
ciety's novel loan plan often leads to un
For the benefit of those who would play
Santa to these friendless children, they
nviy be seen any day at the headquarters
of the society at 119 South 15th street.
Appellate Court Affirms Verdict
BERWICK. Pa., Dec. 10.-The decision
of Judge Charles B, Wltmer, of the
United States Court, nt Sunbury, who al
lowed a verdict of J.500 to Wosyl Matzok
against the American Car and Foundry
Company, of this place, for the loss of a
leg, has been sustained by tho United
States Appelate Court.
The Christmas Spirit
The joy and jollity of Yuletide with
happy homes, bounteous boards and glad
hearts is eclipsed in belligerent Europe by
desolated hearths and the tears of widows
and orphans. In the Sunday Public Ledger
there is a story or a series of sketches of
contrast. It purposes to represent the cele
bration of Christmas in the chief of the war
ring nations of Europe long, long ago, and of
this year. In actual time the difference is but
two years, but, measured by bloodshed, suf
fering, death and civilization overthrown, it
is an age.
ARE MATURE TOURISTS
FHOM MANY SECTIONS
War Keeps the Europeans at
Home and Few of Them
Visit in Atlantic
PLANS FOR CHRISTMAS
ATLANTIC" CITY, Dec. 10 -Discerning
persons, who spend the greater part of
the year at the shore, among them many
Phllndelnhlnns who retain apartments
nt the most expensive lioteli through nil (
seasons, find "Opes" on the lloardnnlk i
In December no less than In mad and
merry .August time. Young people nro
conspicuously missing, for education calls
them to the colleges nnd schools, but ,
more mature totnlits from alt over the
country ore here In surprising numbers.
Itccause of Ihe war Europeans nro
seaice In the hotel colony. Occasionally
"Paris" or "London" Is written on a
hotel register, but rich refugees nro by
no mentis so tutnioiotii ns during the first
13 months of the coiilllct nlnoail. Most
ot the ultia fnshlotiably gnibeit folk on
the wooden way In December pass for
New Yorkers, whether they nro or not,
while PhlladelplilatiB have Hie reputation
of being the "best-dressed" pcoplo eon
Christmas will be more than tiiuntly gny
In the hotel colony this year. Nearly
every one of tho big liosirtinnlk bouses
will lme Clulstmas trees.
Much Intel est Is evinced by loiig-stny-Ing
visllois In tho picpnrnlloni of shore
people to care lor tho little folk ot tho
poor. 11 was n proud boast last year that
not a single child whose iinmc was known
went without a Christmas present. Tho
Illks mil newspapers provided for hun
dreds. Atlantic City's renl ''Santa Claus,"
howi-vei, Is Miss Jennie Lois Hills, n prac
tical little woman who Is general secre
tary of the shore organized dimities.
IIuhIiicss mniiagcrs of, the Philadelphia
Orehestia have given a lmid-worklng
committee of women, who managed to
make a double visit of the orchestra hero
last winter Ilnniiclally successful, warn
ing of j now rule that threatens to be
embariasslug. t'nless full houses arc as
sured for the two concerts scheduled for
January nnd March, Atlantic City will bo
dropped from the Itinerary of the musical
The Hotel St. Charles, which Is to
have a new l'J-stoiy front of Imposing
nrcniiociuie, win uoi close us uoors (Hir
ing tho process of construction, It was
The old section of tho Ilreakers, ns
the Hotel Itudolf, upon which JiHJO.COO Is
being spent, will be known hereafter,
will be reopened In time for the Christ
'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Illnoiningdnlc,
Jr., arc among tho Phlladclphlans here
l'dwln Lcfevic, the writer, has been rest
ing by taking long Boardwalk tramps
Mrs. William Steele and Miss Hsther
Steele, of Hlklus Park, will spend sev
eral weeks nt Haddoii Hall. Mis. James
A. Spence nnd Miss Helen Covey, of Has
ton, will remain heie over the holidays
Philadelphia Is represented also by Dr
nnd Mrs, F. M. Ijiwrenec, Miss M. V
Kherrock, Mr, nnd Mrs. William G Gay
nor, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. CS. Filler, George
Filler, Harry S. Kntes. Mr and Mrs It.
N. Stonebach, Mr. and Mrs. S II Welter,
Alfred Schleslnger, Mrs. L. von Horvnth,
Mr. nnd Mrs. George liber and Miss A
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I!. Williams
gave a pretty dance In honor of Miss
Sarah Hrowu nt their Vliglnla avenue
home. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Poffenberger,
Mr. nrd Mis. Itobert Scull nnd Theodore
Sharp were the dinner guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Daniel J. Scull.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J, Ityon have returned
to Philadelphia after spending n week
In Ventnor. Mr. and Mrs. B, 11. Greene
have closed their Ventnor cottage and
will spend the winter In Philadelphia.
Miss Mary McKale, of Gcrmnntown,
Is the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
iiurk, of Chelsea.
Miss Elizabeth Kimble, wlio was the
guest of her cousin, Miss Nancy Kimble,
In Chelsea, has returned to Philadelphia
U. G. I. MEN FOR 'SAFETY FIRST'
COO Employes Meet and Form "The
A "Light Brigade," comprising COO em
ployes of the United Gas Improvement
Company, wns formed at a meeting last
night nt Iu I.u Temple. Unlike the "COO"
Immortalized by Tennyson, the new or
ganization has for Its purpose tho promo
tion ot the "safety-first" Idea, and with
this In view adopted tho motto:
Theirs was to reason why,
Theirs was to do, not die;
Cnroful SW Hundred!
A pledge that each man would sup
port the work of John I'rlco Jnckscm.
State Commissioner of Labor and In
dustry, in tho prevention of accidents,
was taken last night nt the Instance of
Samuel T. Bodlne, president of tho com
pany. Commissioner Jackson, W. II.
Oartley, W. J. Shcrrlll and J. B. Doug
lass discussed "safety-first" methods.
"MIKE" DORIZAS TO LECTURE
Exponent of "Muscular Christianity"
Will Discuss Greek Crisis
"Mike" Dorlzas, breaker of all strength
records nt the University of Pennsylva
nia, wrestler and expert football player,
will deliver a lecture tonight on "The
Present Crisis In Greece Her Relations
to the Warring Powers," at the parish
house of Christ Church, Tulpehocken and
McCnllum streets, Germantown. Tho lec
ture will be given under the auspices of
the Men's Club of the church.
Dorlzis s a Greek, and is well ac
quainted with the peculiar position in
which his country and King stand at the
present time. Kver since he entered the
University he lias gone out for and made
Various athletic teams, although he has
not let this Interfere with what he terms
his duties to Christianity.
NICE, NEW PAIR OF SHOES
FOR LITTLE BOY INSTEAD OF
ROOKINGHORSE HE WANTED
Five-year-old Lad Plays His Part in One of
Many Small Tragedies That Occur in '
the Lives of Window-Shoppers
Ho seemed such a tiny tot one of that
vast nrmy of juvenile window-shoppers
ns ho Btood outside a Market street shop,
his llp-tllted nose pressed flat against tho
glass; his chubby, ungloved hand clutch
ing firmly hi mother's thin black skirt.
In his Chlna-bluo eyes shotio a holy
light "of cxpectnney as ho fastened his
gaze on n beautiful shiny rocking-horse.
Thero were drums nnd skates and me
chanical trains In that window. There
was even a splendidly plnk-and-wiilto
Santa Claus, but tho boy saw nothing
except tho rocUlng-horso with Its real
hide skin nnd Its glistening black mane
"Look, mamma, look!" ho said In tones
of awed ecstasy. "Look nt tho hobby
'noise. Ray, ma," this In a pleading voice
as though ho recognized who, after all,
was the real Kris Kilngle, "do you think
Snntyil bring mo one o' them on Christ
mas?" The mother's eyci dropped to the
child's feet. His shoes were nlmost gone.
Tho soles were worn and the uppers
frajed. At any minute they might fall
npait. Tho woman herself was far too
skttchlly dad for the Icy wind that was
CHILD EAGER FOR DEATH
"Don't Wnnt to Got Well," He Says a
Moment Before the End
HLOOMSmrittl, l'n Dee. 10. "I don't
wnnt to get well, father," said Wllmer
I'ngcr, tho four-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Geoigo linger.
"Why not." asked tho father.
"IJccauso 1 am going to Jesus."
A few minutes latter Mr I'nger at
tempted to gle the llttto lad a glass of
milk. The boy turned It aside with the
remark "I don I want any milk, Jesus
will have supper for me "
Has Made Up
With the Gay Spotted Pup,
And with Kiddies
They Play Every Day.3
hat happened before Punky Dunk and
the little folk more than any children's
feature ever given with any newspaper.
The adventure of "Punky Dunk and the
Spotted Pup" is
Punky Dunk Books are entirely different from ordinary children's
iiU,reS,.r 7 a,r- ni0t COarSe' badly drawn cut-outs or comics, but real
child s gifts the kind you would buy as good reading for th,e kiddies.
Remember Punky Dunk stories are real, ready-to-fold books 32
pages, illustrated in six colors, printed on fine book paper. And Punky
Dunk is a big, happy laugh-maker for boys and girls-the sort of. book
companion who brings lasting memories to childhood.
Punky Dunk's First Adventure
"Punky Dunk and the Spotted Pup"
making well-fed, wnrmty-dresscd passers
by clasp their coats closer for protection.
The youngster's eyes and thoughts
were back on the horse again.
"All, horsle," he patted the window lov
ingly and did not seem to mind the cold
touch of the gln9s. "Say, Ma," ho re
peated his question, "do you think
Santy'll bring me tha.t?"
The mother hesitated, unwilling to risk
a lie. The lines on her face, penciled
by indigence nnd poverty, seemed to
"Now, son," she said finally, a.s the boy
plucked nt her skirts demanding nn an
swer, "you said yesterday that you
wanted a new pair of shoes, big, strong,
laced ones, Just like n man's."
One last look nt tho horse and then a
searching gazo at his mother's face. Tho
baby lips trembled. Ho could not have
been more than five. A big tear welled
up. And then the storm broke.
Shoes Instead of a hobby-horse!
The mother stooped to comfort him,
"Another Christmas tiagedy," said a
woman who stood nenr and had witnessed
the scene. Hut the Santa Claus on tho
corner was Jingling his bell merrily nnd
the passing tars nnd vehicles wore clat
tering loudly, and In fnct the festlvo spirit
of Christmas was so noisily nbroad In
tho land that no one heard tho comment.
FUNERAL OF D. V. BROWN
Head of Optical Firm Buried This
Funeral serlccs for I), V. Drown,
founder nnd head of the wholesale optical
business at 7:)S Sntisom street nnd presi
dent of the ll.msom Street lluslncss Men's
Association, were held this morning nt
his residence, nt 1S17 Tioga street, nt 10:30
o'clock. The services and Interment were
Mr Ilrown tiled on Tuesday nlcht nt
his homo after nn Illness ot two months.
I He was well known for tho wide Inteicst I
Pup made up will
the first of a series of
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he took In movements for clvlo Improve
ments nnd phllanthr6py. He was a Ma
son and member of several clubs, A
widow, son and granddaughter survive
Funeral of Father Scullin
Funeral services for the Itev. Daniel J.
n. Scullin, who died on Tuesday In Now
York, will bo held tomorrow at 9!.10
o'clock, In the Catholic Church of St.
John the Haptlst, Mnnayunk. Interment
will follow In St John's Cemetery.
John H. Hoi men
John II. Holmes, a member of tho
board of directors of the Master Builders'
Hxchangc, who lived nt the Normnndle
Hotel, died yesterday at the homo of his
slater, Mrs. W. II. Illcc, nt Cnzcnovla, N.
V. Mr. Holmes Is survived by a son, John
Hershey Holmes, 10 years old; n sister
nnd two brothers. Ho was BS years old.
For 20 years he wns the local representa
tive of J. 11. King & Co., dealers in J
Theie Notice Are Printed in- the
Evening Ledger Free of Charge
AIIHOTT. On December 8. WIS, JOHN D ,
husband of Charlotte Abbott, flRed 47 jcirs.
Itelntltea nnd friends of the family, alfo tho
memtjirs or i. u. is or . , unmp No. 4SS;
Crnmp's Mutual Ucnrflcla Association; Order
of Independent American Mechanics: Chester
Knights of Mnltn, Oriental Commander", No.
Mil, .md cmplojes of Wm. Cramp Shipbuild
ing Compiny, nre Invited to nttend tho fu
neinl services, Friday, nt 8 p. in., nt his late
residence, SI:; Mercer st. Interment Chester
Ituriil Cemetery, Saturday, nt 1 p. in.
AKMOtllt. On December s, loili. SOPHIA,
wlfo nf Thomas Armour, Sr. (neo MncNutt).
Itelatltcs nnd friends nre InMtcd to atten 1
tlie funeral sen lens, on Saturday, nt 1 p. m..
ot the residence of her son, Itcv, Thomas .
Armour, filh ne. and Forrest St.. Consho
hocken, Pa. Interment nt I'ernwood Ceme
tery. AIMI.srHONti. On December n, mir, IDA
JANU widow of Charles Armstrong nnd eld
est dauKhtor of tho l.ito James nnd Catharlno
Orr. Duo notice or tho funeral will be Rlon,
from her l.ito residence. :M25 Pansunk mo.
AltMNi ICOM). on December l, Itilft, WILL
IAM At'DXANDHK. son or Thomas nnd Mar
garet Armstrong. Itelatlcs ami friends aro
lnlted to Httcnd funeral services, .Saturday,
nt 2 p. m., from his parents' residence. 0.11
S. L'.'ld st. Interment nt Mount Morlah Ceme
tery. tl.M.I.. On Decmober R, int.", HDNItY, hus
band of Cathnrlno Hall, aged Ot years. Hell
thes and friends nre Invited to attend tho
funeral services, on Sunday, nt 2 p. m., nt
his Into residence, .11.MI el st. Interment nt
Oakland Cemetery, ltemalns may bo viewed
Saturday, after p, m.
llllAs'lO.V On Dicember 7, 1MB. SAItAH
JAND, widow of George D. Itcnston, In her
7Sth jenr. Relatives and friends nro Invltod
XM!Zt l i I' N JW.V . M .1
mm. . "--,' v
a vv x ; .
1 5 -M'A
real, ready-to-fold children's books x
to attend the funeral services
afr 2 n. m.. at thd (,....- i P"
Chester ave. Interment at FmbSL
101.-., HAY D nuband of VT.iE! A Ml
P.'J.'.n'b'r . ,;M
ton of uanlcl nnd Annie ijee n2, 3
friends, also employes t studebnk2,1.1rM 5
bile Corporation, are Hutted to ttAl!'
denee of his parents, snitt pTrrhi: 1th' 12
ment nt Arlington Ccmeter , && . hS.
mdav ecMn. . "" tm.
10 o'clock. "' ron i5
HKI,t:it. On December 8, lots ., m
X"?. " JaS" S.eI! V". wW"uSM
'"" '; nnriiua nro invited to stlM,;
funeral service, on Rain-as.. -."""U u
st tho restdenco of her son.'ln"i h"W
oiem, vv unu inn hi, interment at m."1?
wood Cemetery. ltemalns may ,, ,,' tt
Friday evening. ' TI"M t;
11(111). Suddenly, on December .."
JAMES A., husband of Jane KJ iJ.. JHF
Donald), rtolatlvca and Irlenas .?
ClraMlte Cutters' Union nnd the ll '
of the Atlantic Iteflnlng Commnv "Tljfl
vlted to ntten.l the fiiniS.i .ilir?"' r li.1
urdny, nt a p. m. preclroly, Rt hil,??
dence. 1W0 South 2.ld tl. Interment .! .53
wool Cemetery.' ltemalns may b tilL'M
service: " m' Atb3
IIKOOMAM.. On December 9. lsis u. J
on,' (Henri,, n.n ,, ,,.,,, "', ',c"r. HHlM,
ester Count: 'Sn
on Sunday, nt 120 p. m. Hemalni it. "V
n"r-'. on .vionuoy, at in a. m., from iv "y
d.nco of fier husband, ftS rjSJniu'w"!
Services In St, reter's Protestant tvi "U
Clurch, Jd nnd lino st... "t "i ". E"i
clscly. Intel ment private. Klndlv n'mi!'.
orferlnus. mends may call on SundJr ',2!
H to 10 p. in. Automobile servicer Xl "
IHtOtVN. On December 7. Inn' mi... J1!
VIN'TO.V IIHOWN. nBed Ri year, ",,w
nrtrl InliiFtiiBii) nti- nil., k.i f ' " OCrTWa
...IV.1...V.IH "'ivUv private,
NAN'CV W.. widow
..wii -'..Sf .J.?.h",'--lvln, '.'.i'W
vi!l,r?..1.1'?"c.;I,m.1,r,fni" of the ii?,,a
!;'? '"'" '" """" urn lunerni servlcH .'i
Sntiird.iy nrtornoon, precisely at s SSf ,''
k.. - Mn-i.f. r. '.' " l" l. lntr.v
l'AMPi:i.l. Suddenly, on Deeemi,.. .3
litis. T1.lll.SA. who of Arthur Carnnte.M
llrndley). Ilclntlves and friends, fV?"n(n?i
M. aodnlltv, Altar nnd Itoaary Stocietlii iM
Conftaternlty ot tho Hacred HeaR .. i'i
vltcd to ntten.l tho funeral, Satunl,. i?
tt n n. m., irom ncr into residence tiM
Aspen st. Solemn Itcmilem Mas, . lJ5
Church of Our Mother of florroivt it u
o'clock. Interment nt Holy Crosa Cemit-A
WSM. un ucremuer 7, 191,-,. jiVSt'.
d icahter of tho lato Dnniet . 5Sr'
Ciiscy.-nclatlvc.i nnd friends aro InrltMi.
nttend tin funeral, on Saturday, at 8 "3 ?.
in,, irom ncr into icmiience, 1,17 Souii, ,T
at. rtolenin High Ilcqulem M,,$ !
Church of the Annunciation, nt 111 a m i.
trrincnt C'nthedrnl Cemetery '"",
COM.INH. On Deeeinbir 7, 101.1, AKNA v&
wife of Thomns V. Collins and dauVhtVSl
llrlditet nnd tho nto .Ininrn ll., ,i- SH' "I
nnd friends. nlo tho l.o.iKue of th. SIS
Heart and tho ltosar
Iry., lf'.,.,1,re ,nnt!
iiliciiii iiiu iwiii'rui, on njriai, nt tti
n. in., from her Into residence, tail v,C
st., (Icrmatitown. .Solemn Ilmulem m
St Vlnront ill. I'mll'i rUinn h -! S,n
Interment at Holy Scpulchro Cemeterr.
vivvvuii ni nciuijicrw,
sis., nn f?aiuruti, irnm f to 10 n, m ""H'
Illt().MI.l:V. On Decembor a in',. '. A
O., wire of John K. Iirom lev nSv '
nnd I 'lends nro Invited to attend Tv1itl!l!
x xt-r -s.3- jym i
iwaa m cnintj uai4i tne ballot on
ih.- v-iiv ui mviwii Drs,
fifiTif f rmrii-Trnrifiaiii