Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, February 09, 1916, Night Extra, Page 14, Image 14

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Moran's Men to Open Sea
son at Home With New
York April 12
In the making up of tho Benson's schctl
Ulo for the National League pennant race
of 1918, tho champion Phillies wcro lib
erally treated In nwnrillnif tho rich plums.
Tho season will open on Wednesday, April
12, nnd tho Phillies will open tho raco
at home with tho Now York Giants ns
tholr opponents. The Phillies nnd the
Giants arc close rivals, nnd the fact that
McGraw has built up his team with the
signing of several former Federal League
stars adds moro than usual interest to
tho series. The Giants will he hero for
four straight games.
Tho Phillies will nlso entertain the
Giants at home on Memorial Day, May
30, nnd they will have llrooklyn hero on
Labor Day, September 4. Pnt Moran's
men have 12 Saturdays and two holidays
nt home nnd 13 Saturdays nnd flvo Sun
day dates; nbroad. On July -I tho Phllllei
will clash with tho Iloston llrnves nt
Boston. Tho other opening datef. aro llos,
ton at Brooklyn, Chicago nt Clticlnnnt'
and Pittsburgh nt St. Louis.
No changes can be made In this sched
ule that will conflict with tho American
League schedule, copy of which hns been
handed to tho Schedulo Committee by Ban
Johnson, president of tho American
League. Double-headers must not bo cre
ated on conflicting dates save by Amerlcnn
League consent, to be secured through
President Johnson, except on the Inst trip
If absolutely necessary.
Philadclphian Lends Atlantic City Of
ficials a Merry Chnso
ATLANTIC CITY. Feb. 9. -John
Dornndo, 13 years old, of UOS Annln street,
Philadelphia Is the nerviest prisoner who
has over been taken Into custody here,
nccordlng to Detective Captain Whnlen.
Ills latest offense Is robbing prisoners In
tho city jail.
Dornndo, confined to the shore Jail until
he can appear nt Mays Landing, became
a favorite with the turnkeys. He wns
allowed tho freedom of the corridors.
At once things begnn to disappear nnd
finally tho complaints reached Captain
Whalen. It wns necessnry to assign a
detective to the case nnd he had himself
locked up. Tho boy was trapped while
robbing the sleuth. Now he's back In
a cell again.
Young Dornndo had tho shore police
mystified for 10 days by his depredations.
He selected avenue shops within n stone's
throw of police headquarters, tlnnlly loot
ing tho City Halt barber bhop. Just back
of tho city Jail, throo times In live days.
The chief patrons of this shop are cops.
Last Tribute Paid to Mrs. Garsed by
Her Atlantic City Friends
ATLANTIC CITV, i o i. 9.-In St. Nich
olas Church, where, she had attended
service for many years, relatives and
friends thl-. morning paid their Inst tri
bute to Mrs. Josephine Garsed, of Mount
Airy, one of the six victims of tho Over
brook fire horror.
Mass was celebrated by tho Rev.
Frnncls J. McShane, who spoke only In
passing of the manner of herdcnth,
while ho extolled the exceptional quali
ties of tho dead woman. Mrs. Garsed had
spent tho greater part of her tlmo here
for some yenrs, nnd ninny persons she
had met In tho hotel colony wcro among
those who mourned. The body wns sent
to Philadelphia for Interment.
The funerals of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas
A. Mott, who also met death lntho blaz
ing hotel, are being held in Philadelphia
this afternoon, with services In tho
Friends' Arch Street Meeting House.
Coroner Bew expects to start tomorrow
the slow-moving Inquiry Into the Over
brook disaster.
Nonagenarian Victim of Grndo Cross
ing Accident
BURLINGTON, N. J., Feb. 9.-James
Wilson, 97 years old, this city's oldest
resident, wns ground to death lato yes
terday afternoon by txio "Nellie lily" ex
press from Atlantic City, on the Penn
sylvania Rallrond. Tho accident occurred
at the west end of the stutlou, and wns
viewed by several norrlllcd spectators,
who saw tho old man's danger too late
to save him.
The express was late and was approach
ing tho station at unusual speed when tho
aged pedestrian started across Broad
street toward the station. He evidently
misjudged the speed of the train, and
was Just stepping off tho rails when tho
pilot struck him and threw him between
the train and the station platform. Ills
legs were severed, his head crushed and
his body rolled under three coaches be
fore tbe train was stopped.
Fireman Seriously Injured and Traffic
PQTTSVILLE, Pa.. Feb. 9. A car of
the fast freight train of the Philadel
phia and Reading Railway running be
tween Philadelphia nnd Newberry Junc
tion was derailed by a frog at the East
Mahnnoy Junction at 2:20 this morning.
Seven cars of a southbound train also
left the tracks, blocking them and Inter
rupting traffic for four hours.
Fireman Frank Nelfert. of Taman.ua,
of the southbound train. Jumped and ho
sustained a compound fracture of the
tight leg, lacerations of the scalp and
a, fracture of his skull. He is in the
Fountain Sprlnco Hospital.
Former Police Commissioner of New
York and Active in Tammany Hall
NEW YORK, Feb. -9,-John q. Sheehan.
a. well-known Tammany politician, died
suddenly in his office here today. He was
67 years old and a millionaire.
Mr Sheehan was a lawyer by profes.
jslon and was at one time largely Inter
ested. In contracts, both State and pri
vate. More than 20 years ago, when Rich
tinl Croker was tho dominant figure in
New York; city politics, he was Police
Commissioner, and he was for a time
conspicuous in factional quarrels In
Tammany uaii tnat attracted national
attention. In late yearn his Interost in
politics has been less active, but he main.
talrwJ his devotion to the Democratic
Fkmts Destroy Auto Worth $2000
Fire destroyed a 12000 six-cylinder auto-
iuqWIo in the private garage of Robert
Lehman, ta the rear of hi home, at U19
Ar.-ctt street, rranKiora, early toaay.
Tea eau of the Are is unknown. Fire
A(i tntm Br.slun Company No, M, of
i .iiiKird rca4 and Orthodox street,
i-ivsil mast Of tbe garage.
Doyle (N. V,), .320
April 20,21,22.21
Juno 28, 29, 30,JUly 1
Sept. 8, C 11
April 2G, 2S, 27, 28
Mny 2(i, 27, 20
Sept. 1, 2 (4, 4)
Apr. sn, Mny 1,
A. Mi P.M.
July .1 (I, t) n
.Sept. B, 0, 7
June 15, 10, 17, 17
Aug. 8. 9, 10, 11
Kept. 23, 25, 2t
June 10, 12, 13, 11
Allg. 3. 4, H, 7
Sept. 20, 21, 22
June 2, 3, 5
July 2.V2G. 27, 28
Sept. 12, 13, 11, 15
June 0. 7, 8, 9
July 29. 31, Aug.
Sept. 10, IS, 19
11 Saturdays
Bunker Hill Day
July 4
Labor Day
These Notices Are Printed in the
Evening Ledger Free of Charge.
ADAMS. On February "-. l'll. WILLIAM
L. husband of Mngglo Ailnmt (nee Auner).
nged 70 years. Relatives and friends, also
Wlnghocklng Tribe. No. .13. I. O. II. II , nro
Invited tu nttend funeral sirvlccs, Thursday,
February 10. at 2 o'clock, nt his I.ito real
denee, Eddlneton, l'.i. Interment Comwclls,
At.FOHII. On February 7. 1010, IJENJA
MIN M ALFOHIJ. Relatives and 'frlenda
nro Imltcd to attend the fumnil on Satur
day n'tcinoon, nt I o'clock, nt late residence,
40 N. ."lOth street. Interment private.
Friend mny call Friday afternoon after 3
o'elo k.
ARMSTRONG. On Fobrunry 0. 1010. RERIE
I., wife of Thomas tV. Armstrong nnd daugh.
ter of Thomas ami the late Mary C. Wagner.
Relatives and friends are Invited to attend
funeral services, Thursdny, nt 2 p. m.. at her
late residence. .'1114 North 11th street. In
terment strictly private, Mount I'eacc Ceme
tery. Remains may bo viewed Wednesday
from T to 10 p. m.
AMIENHAril. On February 8, 101O. LOUIH,
hush tnd of Marv Ashcnlinch. need ."fi years.
Relatives nnd friends, nlsn Humboldt Lodge,
v., i. I'. ;. I). II. S.. are Invited tn nttend
the funeral, on .Siturd.iv. at 2 p. m., from
his late resldrnce. liida Huffner St., Nice
town. Interment nt Northvvood Cemetery.
Itentnlns niav be viewed on Friday evening
ll.Vl'i:it. On February (1, loin, jllNNtn M..
daughter of Charles F. and Mary Ilauer and
granddaughter of Andrei nnd Christian
ltauer of llrlstol, I'a., aged 21 jears. Rela
tives nnd friends are Invited tn nttend tho
funeral services, on Thursdav. at :t n. ni., nt
her parents' residence. .1410 North Water st.
Interment ut Orccmvood Cemetery. Itemalns
may be viewed on Wednesday, after 8 p. m.
IILAIR. At her residence. r,0O.-. Spruce
rtreet. on February 8. 11)10, MAHV, widow
of Joseph lllalr. Notice of funeral later
HtlYI). On February 0. 101(1. JOHN W.,
husband of Kllzabeth K. ltoyd. Itelatlvea
and friends, nlso Welcome Lodge. No. 4t.t,
H. and A M. : Mercantile Lodir-, No 12. S.
of H.i emplojcH of A. II. ft F. II. Llppln
cott Company, nnd nil other societies of
which he was n. member, nre Invited to attend
tho funeral, on Thursday, t 'J p. m., pre
cisely, from his late residence. 2.104 North
Colorado st. Interment at Mount Peace Ceme
tery. Remains may be lcwcd on Wednesday,
after S p. m.
CIIK.STNL'T. On February 7. 1010. SAMUKI,
H., son of Samuel and Sarah Chestnut, of
Dollywutt County Antrim. Ireland, aged 21
e.irs. Relatives and friends of tho family,
nlso Wjekllffe L. o. I... No. !15. aro Invited
to attend funeral, on Thursday, 2 o'clock, nt
the residence of his brothcMn-law, William
Iloyle. I'd North Uearlwrn st. (near KOlh and
.uarxew. jmermeni jireen .viouni vemeiery.
Friends may call Wednesday evening, be
tween S and 10 o'clock.
COltllHTT. On February 4. 1010, HHNJA
MIN, husband of Anna Corbett. Relatives
and friends, also I. O. B of A.. F, of A..
Washington Camp, and employes of John
vvvetn company, are inviien to aiiena tne
funeral, nn Thursday, at 8:30 H. m..
his late residence. I.'t'.'fl South 1.1th at.
,mn Iteaulem Mass at tho Church of Ht.
Rita, at 1U a. m. Interment at Holy Cross
DAWSON. On February 7, IDIfl. JAMES St.,
hUBband nt BophU Dawson and son of tho
late Daniel and Agnes Dawson Relatives
and friends, also tho International Moulders'
Union. No. la. of Philadelphia and Kensing
ton Circle. No 4. II. of A., aro Invited to
attend funeral. Thursdny. at 2 P. m., from
hla late residence. SO'in n.ist York st. Inter
ment private, at North Cedar Hill Cemetery.
DFNKillT. On February (1, 1010, CLARA A.
F., wife of Albert Dcnlght and daughter
of Anna P. and tho lato Joseph H. Buchanan.
Rclnttves and friends are Invited to attend
funeral, on Thursday, at lltl n. m from
her husband's residence, 4tO Conger ave.
(Centre and Tatem ave.), Colllngswood, N.
J. Services at tho First M. K. Church, at
2:30 p. nt. Interment private, at Harlelgh
Cemclery. Friends may call Wednesday,
after 7 p. m., at her late residence,
1JKNNKY. On Fobruary 0. 1010. JOHN II
UKNNKV. Sr , husband of Catharine Denney
(nee Femel). Relattvea and friends are In
vited to attend tho funeral services, on
Thursday, at 1 p. in., at his late residence,
l'JIK Wolf st Interment at Hillside Ceme
tery via funeral car. Friends may call Wed
nesday, from 8 to 10 p. m.
IIOL'OHKRTY. On February 7, 1010, JOHN,
son of John and Hannah Dougherty Inea
McLoughlln). nged l.'l months. Relatives and
friends are Invited to attend funeral, on
Thursday at S p. m from hU parents' resi
dence, 3712 Lena st., Germantown. Inter
ment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
ECIOI.F. On February 7, 1010. EMILY, wld
ot the late Qeorcs Egolf. aged 08 years.
lUaltlvea and friends Invited to attend fu
neral services, on Friday, at 2 p. tn.. at her
late residence. 25.13 N, llroad at. Interment
Mt, Vernon Cemetery.
III.I.ISON Suddenly, on February 8, 1010.
KIW1ENB U ELIJSON. aged 70 years. Fun
eral services will be held In the Church of
tho Saviour, 3Sth above Chestnut street, on
Friday. February tl. at :i o'clock. It Is re
quested that no Mowers ba sent. Interment
KVKI.ANI). Suddenly at her husband's
residence. 0307 Sherwood road, Overbrook.
February 8. 1010. FLOUENCB OBUHARD:
wlfo of F, Wtnaor Eveland and dauuhter of
Frederick A. and the lute Mary A. (iebhard.
Due notice of the funeral will 1m given.
FKIMT. On February S. 1010, FREDERICK,
son of Rose and the lato Godfrled Feist (nee
Hsssenfoder). Helatlvra and frlenda are In
vited to attend funeral, on Saturday, at 8:30
a. m.. from his late residence, lms E. Lchlxh
ave. Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Donlfaclus
Churcli. at 10 o'clock. Interment Most Holy
Redeemer Cemetery.
FIELDINQ. On February 7, 1016, HENRY,
uiwMui ui ortiu riciuingr mes iaiyi. 4(eta
tlves and friends, also St. Albans I.odge tio.
KS. F and A. M.. Court 1'tnna.. No. 07. F.
?.'. A fS.re w VanDuns .lleneHcial Aseo.;
W a. Wharton Beneficial Aaso., and mem
bers of tho Uethany Presbyterian Church,
choir and Brotherhood and employes of he
Union Tank Una and Atlantic Refining Co..
are Invited to attend funeral services, at his
daughter" residence, ireo Shunk St.. on Sun
day afternoon, at o'clock Interment Fern
wood Cemetery Remains may be viewed on
Saturday evening-, from, 8 to 10 o'clock.
F1ZONK. On February U. 1018, MORTICA
FIZONE, husband of Sallls M. Fixes (nee
Sprague) and son of lata Mortice, and Eliza
beth FUone, aged 33 years. Relatives and
friends, ana Lieutenant John T Clrsblo
Camp, No. 10, 8otu of Veterans 5th Division
Jd Ward Republican Association and Old St.
Paul's Club, sjre, InvlUJ to. attend tha fu
Brsl on Tnureda) at $ p. in., from the
reiiMM.-e ot bu faitwr in U. Wuiiwn U,
April 12, 18, II, 15
May (30, 30, 31
June 1,
August 12, 14, IS
May 4, B, . 8
Juno 19, 20, 21, 23
Sept. 2$, 29, 30
Curry (Pitt.), .10
April 29, Mnv 1,
July 3 (I, 4), 6
sept. 5, 6, 7
April 17, 18 19
Juno 23, 24, 26, 27
Oct. 2, 3, 4, fi
Crmnlli, 2H0 Imam
Apr. 20, 21. 22, 24
June 2. an, no
.Inly 1
Sept. N, O, 11
.Mny I, fi, ft, H
June II), SO, 21, 22
Sept. 2S, 21), III)
Juno 2, 3, B
Aug. 3, I, 6, 7
Sept. 12, 13, 14, IS
Juno 6, 7, 8, 9
July 29. 31 Aug. 1, 2
Sept. 16, 18, 19
June 8, 7, 8, 9
July 29. 31, Aug. 1, 2
Sept. 10, IS, 19
June 2. 3, D
July 23, 26, 27, 23
Sept. 12, 13, 14, 15
June IS, 16, 17
Aug. 8. 9. 10, 11
Sept. 23, 23, 26, 27
Juno 10, 12. 13, 14
Aug. 3, I, 5, 7
Sept. 20, 21, 22
1, 2
June 10. 12, 13, 14
July 23, 26, 27, 23
Sept. 20, 21, 22
June IS. 16, 17
Aug. S, D, 10, 11
Sept. 23, 23, 26, :
12 Saturdays
Decoration Day
13 Saturdays
July 4
Sprngue. 227 Mnnlon n(. Pervlcea In St.
John's I'rotestnnt Eplscopnl Church. 3d nnd
Itecd sts.. ,'t p. m interment I.ifnjette
V'-iult. Remains nny bo viewed Wcdncs-
Iny evening.
rOI.I.YAltl). On February 8. 11)1(1. MARY,
wife of John Fnllvnrd, Relatives and
friends are Invited to attend the funernl. on
Saturday, nt .3(1 n. m.. from the resident
of her hon-ln-l.iw, Thorn. is Mctlarev. isu
North Fnlon ave., linsdovvnc. Del.owiro
County, I'a High Mnsa at St. IMillntnena'ff
(hutcn, at 10 n. ni. Interment nt Holy Cross
FRAZER. On rebrunry 0. 1010, 11HNJA
MIN. lrisband of Mary Fr.ir.cr (nee Walsh).
Relatives nnd friends, nlro the Clrclo St.
Albnn. No. Kr, F. of A. are Invited to at
tend funernl. on Thursday, nt H:.to a. m
from hit lute residmrp. .'212 N. 11th st. Sol
mn Requiem High Muss nt Our Lady of
Mercy Church nt 10 a. m. Interment Old
'"itthrdrnl Cemetery.
FltKAS. On Fenrunry fi, mm. OEOIinn
FREAH. aged 117 cnr Relatives and
friends, also Washington Camp. No. ,l, P O.
S. of A., nre Invited to attend tho funeral,
on Frld iv, nt 1 p. in., from his I.ito resi
dence. Cold I'otnt, III. Sen lees and Inter
ment nt St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Ran en
Hill. Pa., at 2.30 p. m.
FHKK.MAN. In New York city, nn Fobru
nry 7. 10111. KATHERINr: FREEMAN.
I"uner.il ,tm Thursdny, nt H.:m n. m from
the rcsblenci' uf her sister, Mrs Margaret
Hnvle, 0O North June st. Solemn Requiem
Mass nt Our Mother of Sorrows' Church, at
10 ii. m Interment nt Holy Cross Cemetery.
Funeral and Interment private.
1'llYi:. On February 7. 1010. GEORGE II..
beloved husband of Anna Frye. late of .110
Spruce st. Relatives and friends are Invited
tn nttend funeral servltcs on Thursday, at
i:hi o clock previaeiy. at tno npnnmrnts or
Andrew Eberts' Sons, s.V) S. 4th st. In
terment ut Odd Fellows' Cemetery. Remains
can be viewed on Wednesday evening from
7 until 10.
IT'I.I.ERTON. On February 7, 1010. -.lA7.-A
IICTII. widow of William II. Fullerton
(nee Esher). Relatives nnd friends ure In
vited to intend funeral, on Friday, at l:':n
p. in,, from her late residence, 110.2 W.
Mnamcnslng ave. Interment Fernwood
Cemetery. Remains mny bo viewed Thursday,
after 7 p. ni.
OANTNEII. On February 7. 1010. EMMA.
wire or J. Mnrtln (lantner (nee Helnkel).
Relatives nnd friends aro Invited to nttend
funeral services. Thursday, at 2 p. m ut her
I.ito residence. 2021 S. Cecil st. Interment
private, at Mt. Mori all Cemetery. lrlrnds
mny review remnlns on Wednesday, from 8
until 10 p. ni.
CiKiniAN. On February 7. 1010. HENRI
ETTA, widow of William H. Gchmnn Rela
tives and friends nrn Invited to attend tho
funeral services, on Friday, at 2 p. in., ut
her lato lesldence, .11)07 Melon st. Interment
at Mount Morlnh Cemetery. Remains may
ho viewed on Thursday evening.
GERHORN. On Februnry B, 11110. ALrRED
EUGENE, son of Alfred Theodore and
Rlanche Wlntergerst Gerbron, aged 2 years
7 months. Relatives and friends are invited
to attend tho funeral services on Friday
morning, at 11 o'clock, at hla parents' resi
dence. T..1J East Washington lane. Oermun
tovvn. Interment private. Remains may bo
viewed Thursday evening,
GODFREY. On February 8. 1010, LINCOLN
GODFREY, in the imh year of his uko.
Funeral services at St. James" Church, 22d
nnd Walnut ats,, Thursday, at 2 p. m. 1'leaso
omit (lowers.
tiOKDAN'. On February 7, 1010. JAMES A.,
son nf tho late Hugh nnd Jano (Jordan.
Relatives nnd friends also employes of R. II.
& II. W. Fleischer, are Invited to attend tho
funeral, on Friday, at 8:30 a. ni.. at his late
residence. 078 N. 33d st. High Mass at St.
Agatha's Church, :tstli and Spring Garden
sts.. at 10 a, m. Interment at Holy Cross
GRAHAM On February 8, 1010. LAURA
K. GRAHAM. wife of Christopher C. Oraham.
Duo notice of the funeral will bo given, from
her late residence. 2303 N. Lambert St.
1 1 It A II. Y. On February 7, 1010. MILTON
C, husband ot Eliza Morlson Grnfly, In his
71st year. Relatives nnd friends, also the (1th
uenna Cavalry, are Invited to attend funeral,
on 'Ihursday. at 2 p. m. precisely, from his
late residence, 2102 N. 20th at. Services and
Interment at St. Thomas" P. E. Church,
Whltemnrsh, Fa., at 8 p. m.
GRAY. On February 7. 1010. JOHN GRAY,
husband of Annie dray (nee Megary), and
son of the late James und Ellen Cray. Rela
tives and friends are Invited to atttend fu
neral services, on Saturday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, at his late residence, 2332 S. 17th
st. ' Interment private. Mount Morlah Ceme
tery. Remains may be viewed on Friday
evening at H o'clock.
HA tH. Suddenly, on February 7, 1010,
friends, nnd all organizations of whlcb he
wsa a member, aro Invited to attend the
funeral services, on Thursday, at 1 p. m. at
his lato resldenco. 2C33 N 8th st Interment
private, Ikmalrs can bo viewed Wednesday,
I to u ii, m.
HAMILTON. On February 7. 1010, MAR
GARET D.. daughter ot the lata Robert nod
Elizabeth Hamilton. Relatives and frlenda
are Invited to attend the funeral on Thurs
day afternoon, ut 1 o'clock, st the resldcnro
of her sister, Mrs, W. A. Cloud. SO E.
Clapier st.. Germantown. Services In Trinity
Lutheran Church at 2 o'clock. ,
HKIMCKK. On February 8, 1010, GEORGE
F.. husband of Clara Helnlcke, aged 41
years. Friends, also members Brewers' Union,
No, S, and employes of Louis llergdoll Brew
ery und Harmony Singing Society, are In
vited to attend the funeral services, on Sat
urday, at 2 d. m. precisely, at his late resi
dence. 2730 Eyre st. Interment private. Re
mains may be viewed on Friday evening,
HENDERSON. At Norwood. Del. Co., Pa..
on February 6, 1010, ADAM U, husband of
Agnes M. Henderson, seed SO years. Rela
tives and friends, alio Monitor Lodge, No.
521 F. and A. M.. of New York city, are
Invited to attend the funeral services, on
Thursday, at 1:30 p. in., at hi late residence.
43 Ridley ave. Interment at Greenwood K.
of P. Cemetery. Remain may be viewed on
Wednesday. New York paper please copy.
II 1 1. 1- On February 7. 1010. BLIZAIIUTH
HILL (Da Wark). wife of Noble Hill, aged
76 years. Relatives and friends, also nwmh,,.
ot tfcols Presbyterian Church. Broad st. and
Castle ave.. nre Invited to attend tbe funeral
services, on Friday, at 2 p. m at ber late
re tdenca. 1712 South 13th at Interment at
Mount Morljb. Cemetery. Friend may call
Tt.tr(tjay. B D, m. Automobile funeral.
IIII.T Oo Fsbruary 7. 110. MARIAN
SINGER, daughter of Ruth A Ilannum and
late Horace M. Hill. In ber 12tb year. lL-la.
tlvet and friend are Invited to attend tha
funeral services on Friday afternoon, at 3
o'clock, at the residence of her mother. 2811
North Uth st interment at Ivy Hill, Re
mains may be viewed on Thursday evening
HO MILLER.--On February T. 1916. MAR
THA F wife cf Henry Homlller and daugh
ter of the Ut Aaron and Margaret Eagle,
aged OT years. Relative and friend are In
vited ia attend to funeral Mrvices, on
riZ J" 1 P- ."- at ber late mloence.
C020 York rsiU. Urancf town. Interment pri
April IT, 1H, If)
June 2.1, 21, 2(1, 27
October 2, .1, -I, B
Mny 13, IS. 16
July II, 12, 13, 14
Aug. 2S, 29, 30, 31
2, 3
April 2.1, 20, 27, 2S
.Mny 20, 27. 20
A.M.. P.M.
Sept. 1, 2, (4, 4)
Mny 22. 23. 24. 23
July 19, 20, 21, 22
AUg. IT, IS, 19
April 12, in. it, IB
A.M., P.M.
Mny (.10, no), .11
June 1
Aumial 12. 14, IB
May D, 10, 11, 12
July 6, 7, 8, 10
August 24, 25, 26
Crnrolh, Sit buses
on bnlls
Mny 17. 18, 10, 20
July IB. 17. IS
July 24
A Utt. 21, 22, 2.1
77 strlkc-outs
June 10, 12, 1.1, 14
July 2B, 20, 27, 2S
Sept. 20, 21, 22
April 27, 23, 29
May (30,30),31, Juncl
Sept. I, 2
Sept. 29. 30
June IB, 10, 17
Ann. 8, n, 10, 11
Sept. 2.1, 2.1, 2B, 20
Mny 3, I, 5. 6
July (4. 4), 6
Aug. 12
Sept. 7. 8, 9
km up O, 7. H. 0
.Ally 20. ni
Auk. 1. 2
Sept. 10, IH, 10
.llllir- 2, n, B
Allg. n. -I, B, 7
Sept. 12, in, 1 1, IB
,prll 20, 21. 22
Juno 20. 21. 22, 23,
Sept. (I, 4), 5
IS Saturdays
Decoration Day
July 4
Labor Day
12 Snturdnyn
Dccnrntlon l)ny
Labor liny
At Chicago (S) May 7, June 25, September 10.
1 -
HORSFALL. On February 8. 1010. SAM
UKU son of Samuel and Anna Horsfnll (nee
Ixiutse), nged .1.", vears. Relatives nnd friends
arc invited to ntirwl tho funeral, on Friday,
at 2 p. m.. from funeral parlor of 1 ndcr
tnker Frank Drnvor, 210." West Olrnrd live
nuc Remains mav be viewed on Thursday
evening. Interment at Fernwood Ceme
t ry.
Ilt'NTKK. -At Westnelil. N. .T.. on Frhrunry
7. 11110. WALTER HUNTER. Relatives
anil friends nro Invited tn nttend the funeral
htvIcch, on ThurNdnv, at 2 p. in. precisely,
nt the nirlors or George Chandler Paul &
Sons. 1.12I North 13th st. Interment at Ar
lington Cemetery.
IIUMIlt. On February 7. 1010, JOHN PHI
FOLD Hl'VER. Residence. SC.2 N. 22d st.
Duo notice of tho funeral will bo given.
IREUXNI). On February 0. 101(1, JOSEPH
II., husbund of Kntlo V. Ireland (neo Car
ter), .mil son of Mary nnd tho" Into Jo-eph
Ireland, Relatives nnd friends, also Pea
body Circle, No. 31. 11. of A,; omplojes of
tho Recorder of Deeds' Office nnd Westmore
land Republican Association, are Invited to
attend funeral services, on Thursday, nt 2'30
p m.. precisely, nt his Into residence, 2tr78
E. Thompson st. Interment at North Cedar
Hill Cemetery. Remains may bo viewed
Wednesday. S to 10 p. m.
JACOns. On February 8. 1010. nt Fort Lo.
gin, Col , Captain DOUGLAS II. JACOBS.
12th Cnvulry, u. S. A., Hon of tho lato Lucy
Owens and Samuel F. JncobB.
KAUl'P. On February 0. lOlfl, MICHAEL,
husband of Mury A. Knupp, nged 0." years.
Relatives nnd friends, also Harmony Sick
nnd Beneficial Association, aro invited to nt
tend the funeral services, on Thursday, nt
2 p. m.. nt his into residence, 1021 E. Le
high avo Interment private, nt 'Grccnmount
Cemetery. Automobile funeral
KHEHLEIt. On February 8. 1010, EMMA
L.. wlilow of Godtrov Keebler. In (be 77th
year of her age. Relatives and rriends of
tho family nre invited to nttend the funeral
services, on Friday, at 2 p. m nt tho Ch.tpel
nf Andrew J. Ralr & Son, Arch nnd loth Ms.
Interment private. Auto service.
KELLER. On February 0. 1010, at 22S
Smith .V)th street. Philadelphia. JOHN
SC.IIROEDER. son of tho Into Daniel S,
Keller, of liellcfnnte, nnd Martha E. It.
Keller. Due notice will be given ot tho
KKNNKV. At her residence. 01,1 N. 1.1th at.,
Philadelphia, on February 8. 1010. ALICE
II. KINNEY. Interment at Oakland Ceme
tery, West Chester. I'a.. on Friday.
KING. On February 8. 1010, ANN. widow
of John King (nee Wnrnock). nged 03 yenra.
Relatives nnd friends are Invited tn attend
tho funeral, .on Friday, February 11. at 2
p. m.. from the residence of her grandson,
George W. Kenton, 1718 North Hambrey st.
Remains may bo vicwea ihursday. from
K to 10 n. m. Interment private, at Mount
Mnrlah Cemetery.
LEATIIKHMAN. On February 7, 1010,
HENRY LEATHERMAN, In his 70th vear.
Relatives and friends nro Invited to attend
the tunerul services. Thursday, nt 8 p. m,
precisely, ut tho residence of his nephew.
Charles Lentherman. 2.1.VI N. 7th st. Further
services nnd Interment at Splnneratnwn Re
formed Church, Friday, nt 11 n. m.
I.OOM1S. Suddenly, on February 0, 1010.
JOHN L. LOOMIS. aged -18 years. Relatives
and frlenda, nlso Perkins Lodge. No. 402, F.
and A. M,, and employes of Swift & Co.,
aro Invited tn nttend the funeral services. Frl
day, at 2 n. m.. at tha residence of Mrs. Cnth
nrlne. I. I.oomls. 15S N. 00th st. Interment
nt West I-iurel Hill Cemetery. Friends may
view remains Thursday evening.
LYNCH. On February 7. 1010. THOMAS,
husband nf the late Sarah Lynch (nee Con
roy) Relatives and frlenda, aim all societies
of which he was a member, are Invired to
nttend the funeral, on Friday, at 8:30 a. m.,
from his late residence. 3200 N. Oth st. Sol
emn Mass of Requiem nt St. Vernnlea'a
Church, at lu a. m. Interment at Cathedral
MAIIAHA On February 0. 1010, JAMES
MADARA. Relatives nnd frlenda are Invited
to attend the funeral services, at his late
residence. 2220 Mount Vornon at., on Thurs
day, at 10:30 a in. Interment privnto.
MAGKE. On February 8, 1010, ELLEN
FRANCES, widow of Henry Magee. Rela
Uvea nnd frlenda aro Invited to attend the
funeral services, on Friday, at 2 p. m., at
her late residence, 200 Llpplncott ave., Ard
more, Pa. Interment private.
MAI.I.OY. Suddenly, on February 7. 1010.
JOHN M ALLOY. Relatives and frlenda ore
Invited to attend tho funeral, on Friday, at
7.30 n. m.. from the residence of his brother.
Patrick Malloy, 1018 Cambridge st. Solemn
High Requiem Mass at the Church of the
Gesu, at 0 a. m. Interment private, at New
Cathedral Cemetery. Remains may be
viewed on Thursday, from 7 to 10 a. m.
MALTMAN. On February 0. 1010. DEBO
RAH D. MALTMAN. wife of William T.
Mailman. Ttelatlves and friends, alto Will
iam luynolda Circle, No. 137, Ladles of tha
G. A. It., are Invited to attend the funeral
services, on Friday, at 1:30 p. m., at her
late residence, HorseShoe Shoals. West Group
Light Station, Fort Mifflin road, Interment
private Mt. Morlah Cemetery. Automobllo
Mrt'AUTV. At Newtown. Pa, on February
t, Catharine e. Mccarty, wife or
John Mccarty, aged Eu years. Relatives
and frlenda are Invited to attend funeral,
from her late residence. North State at.,
Newtown, Pa., on Thursday, February 10 at
8.30 a, m. Requiem Mass ut St. Andrew's
Jt. C. Church. Newtown. Pa., at 10 a. m.
MeDEVITT. On February 7, 1010, JOHN,
on of Hugh and Marjory McDcvItt (nee
McIIugb), aged HI year. Relatives and
friend, also Young Men' Catholic Club of
the Immaculate Conception Church, are in.
Mtrd to uttend funeral, on Friday, at 8.30
a. m., from his parents' residence. 1120
Leopard at., near Front st. and Glrard ave.
Solemn Requiem Mass at Church of the Im.
maculate Conception, at 10 a. in. Interment
at New Cathedral Cemetery,
McKNIlOE. On Fehruary 3. 1010. at law
ell. Mass., MATTHEW, son of the late
Matthew and Margaret McEnroe and brother
or Catherine McEnroe. Relatives and Irlenda
of the family are invited to attend tho fu.
neral on Thursday morning, at 8:S0 o'clock
at tha chapel of Andrew J. lUir & Son.
Arch and . lUtb st- Solemn Requiem Mais
at St. John' Church. 18th above Chestnut
at., at 10 o'clock. Interment at OM rniKal
dral Cemetery. Reman may be viewed on f
MrtiLASHISN. On February 0. 1016.
JAMES, husband of Elizabeth McGlaahen
(nee Rafferty). and ion of Mary and tbe late
James McGlaahen. Relatives and friend of
the family, also tbe East End Democratic
Association, are Invited to attend funeral, on
Tburadav. at 8.30 a. m., from hi late resi
dence. 2127 Eat Thompon t. (25th Ward).
Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Ann'
Ctaurcb, at 10 a. m. Interment at St. Ann'
METCALF. In Norrltown. Pa. on Febru
ary 7. 1916. EDWIN JIETCALJ. ThS rela
tive and friend areTovlted to attend the
funeral, from, hi late residence 620 Hamil
ton st Norrlstown. Pa on Saturday the
iztn inst ac v- m. uuermem private at
Riverside Cemetery Remains may b viewed 1
en Friday, from 7 to , to, M '
Mnv 17. 18, 19, 20 Mny 10, 11, 12
July IS. 16, 17. 18 JUty 7, 8, 0. 10
Aug. 20. 21, 22 Aug. 24, 23, 26, 27
May 10, 11, 12 May 17, 18, 19, 20
July 7, 8, 9, 10 July 15, 16, 17, IS
Aug. 24, 15, 26, 27 Aug. 20, 21, 22
May 21, 22, 23, 24
July 11, 12, 13, 14
August 28, 29, 30
May 13, 14, 15, 16
July 19, 20, 21,22,23
August 18, 19
.Mny 13, It, IB, 10
July 10, 20, 21, 22,
Aliff. IN, 10
Mny 21, 22, 2.1.21
July It, 12, IB, 14
A iik. 2S 20, .10
Apr. 16, 17, 13
Apr. 20 May 1, 2
June 30 July I, 2
Sept. 3 Oct. 1
Apr. '23. 21, 23, 26
Mny 7. 8
Juno 23, 26, 27, 23
Sept. 10
Ale., W..1I, 1 10
April 20, 21, 23
Juno 20. 21, 22, 23, 24
Sept. (I, 4), 5
Mnnpinrd (X. V.)
Lavender (Chicago)
Apr. 12, 13, 14, IS
Mny 25, 26, 27, 28
Aug. 13, II, 15
April 27, IS, 29, 30,
Mny 1
May 29, (30, 30)
Sept. 3, 30 Oct 1
April 23, 21, 23, 20
June IS, 19
June 23, 26, 27, 23
August 12
II Saturdays
14 Sundays
Decoration Day
Labor Day
11 Saturdays
17 Sundays
MII.HTKI). At his residence. Hotel Lincoln,
1.1th and Locust sts.. on Fobruary 7. 1010.
tho runrrnl will be given, from the Oliver
II. llalr Building, 1820 Chestnut at.
MONAHAN. Suddenly, on February 0, 1010.
JAMES, husband of Mary E. Mnnnhan (neo
1'owers) Relatives nnd friends, also the Holy
Name and Rosary Societies of tho Church of
the Sacred Heart and C. K. of A. Branch,
No. lis, nro Invited to attend tho funeral,
on Thursday, nt 8 a. m., from his lato real
dence. 411 Wlnslow at.. Camden. N. J. Sol
emn High Mnsa at tho Church of the Sacred
Heart nt 0:30 n. m. Interment nt Calvary
Cemetery. Rcmalna may bo viewed on Wed
nesday ovenlng.
MOORE. On February 8. 1010. MARY
LIONS, widow of tho Rev. George R. Moore,
aged ,S7 J ears. Relatives and frlenda nro In
v ited to attend the funeral services, on 11
dny, nt 2 p. m, precisely, nt her late resi
dence, MXlj Ridge uvc., Roxborough, Inter
ment prlvntc.
MOORE. On February 0, 1010, THOMAS J.
MOORE, nged 57 yenrs. Relatives and
friends, nlso Camden Council. No. 410, K. C. :
Camden Lodge, No. 2!.I, 11. i o. E., and nil
other organizations of which tho deceased
wns a member, nro Invited to attend funeral.
Thursday. February 10. Ii n. ni from his
late residence, 142 New Jersey ave.. Colllngs
wood. N. J. Solemn Requiem Mnss nt St.
John's Church, Colllngswood, N. J., at 10
a. m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Auto
Mfl.LEN. On February 0, 1010. MARGA
RET MULLEN, widow of Mlchnel Mullen.
Relatives and friends nro invited to nttend
funeral, on Thursdny, at 8:30 a. m.. from
the resldenca of her son-in-law. James T.
I.oftus, 1.013 Greenwuy ave. Solemn High
Mnss at St. Clement's Church. I'aechallville.
nt lu a. m. Interment St. Mlchncl'a Ceme
tory. Chester. Pa. Automobllo service.
Ml'ltl'III. on Februnry 7, 1010, THOMAS,
husband of tho late Ellen A. Murphy. Rela
tives nnd friends, also employes of the P.
It. T. Roadway Department. Division No. .10.
A. O. II., and Sar-sflcld Branch, I. C. R. U..
are Invited to attend the runeral, on Friday,
at e a. m.. from his late residence, 1250 South
liucknoll st, (24lh nnd Wharton ats). Solemn
High Mass of Requiem nt St. Anthony's
Church nt 0:30 a. m. Interment at Holy Cross
Mt'h.SO. On February 7. 101(1, nt Vlnoland.
. J" HAIA'ATOftE. beloved husband of
Emma Musso. formerly of Philadelphia, aged
. y.'.ars: Itelatlves nnd friends nrn Invited
to nttend the funeral services, on Thursday,
The Reform Movement
in Atlantic City
Reform! Uplift! Atlantic City is in the throes of the
Stough revival campaign, and her residents are divided
among themselves. There are those who believe that the
clamping down of "the lid" has injured the Boardwalk City.
Again, the followers of the revivalist see only good in the
reform movement.
Tomorrow the Evening Ledger will publish the first of
three articles on conditions in Atlantic City following the
Stough campaign. It will deal with the opinions of those
who do not see eye to eye with the reform party.
Friday's article will set forth the views of those who
believe reform essentially good for the community.
And on Saturday there will be an account of Atlantic
City's present prosperity the greatest in its history an out
line ui iw recent rerorms nave benehted the resort and an
indication of such other reforms as appear to be urgentlv
12 Saturdays
6 Sundays
Decoration Day
13 Saturdays
5 Sundays
.July 4
Labor Day
12 Saturdays
r, Sundays
Decoration Day
Labor Day
Mny 10, 11. 12
July 7, H. I). 10
A UK. 21, 2.1, 20, 27
m Jinfiirilnys
B .Sundays
July 4
Apr. 12. 13, 14, 15
May 26, 27, 23
Aug. 13, 14, 13, 16
10 Saturdays
11 Sundays
14 Saturdays
2 Sundays
Decoration Day
July 4
Labor Day
Mny 3, 4, B, 6,
July 3 (4), 6
Sept. 8, 9, 10
Anr. 16. 17. 18
14 Saturdays
4 Sundays
July 4
Juno 29, 30 July 1, 2
Aug. 31 sept, i, i, -i
12 Saturdays
G Sundays
Decoration Day
Labor Day
Louis. .234
Iloston, .90848
13 Saturdays
13 Sundays
July 4
nt 7 o'clock, from his late residence. 09
Myrtlo avenue. Vlncland, N. J. Interment at
Monument Cemetery, Friday nt 11 o. m., at
NEILI.. On February 7. 1010, EDWARD
THOMAS, son of Elizabeth nnd the lato
yV llllam Nelll, nged 31 years. Relntlves nnd
friends aro invited to nttend the funeral
services, on Thursdny, at 2 p. m... at the
I'lirinrs oi L-iavin u. i rnnacniiciu fie sons,
.122 N. r.Jd st. Interment nt Ulocklcy IJap
tlst Cemetery.
PACKER. At hlri Into residence, 713 N. 41st
st., on February 0. 1010, Captain EDWARD
E. PACKER, Pr., In tho 81st year of his ago.
Relatives nnd friends, also St. John's Lodge,
No 115 F. nnd A. M.j Il.ittnllon and Old
Guard of State Fcnclbles nnd Ladlca' Aux.
lllary of Old Guards, are Invited to attend
the funeral services, on Thursday, precisely
nt 2 p. m nt tho Stnto Fcnclbles' Armory,
Broad below Rnco st. Interment at Woodland
Cemotory. Remains may bo viewed nt his
Into residence, Wednesday, between 7 and 0
P. in.
PAURY. Suddenly, on Second Month 7th,
UilO, ISSAIC PARRY, of Horshnm. I'a.. In
his ,.'d year. Relatives nnd frlenda nre
Invited to nttend the funeral on Sixth Day,
Second Month, at 3 p. m.. from Horsham
Jrlends' Meeting House. Trolley will meet
Jim " m' ,ra,n 'rom Keadlng Terminal at
Willow Grove.
PENNOC1C On Second Month 7th, 1010. at
li-r lato residence, 400,1 Chester nve.. West
Philadelphia. IDA' HAY. wlfo of Abrnham
I.. I'ennock, aged 5., veara. Relatives only aro
Invited to attend the funeral, on Fifth-day.
nt 2 p. in. Interment private.
1'?iiiT'iM7N0"T;0n February 7, 1010, ELIZA
IIU1H. widow of Antonio D. Pessano and
daughter of tho late Samuel and Mary Jones
Si?' '" .nef. ?oth year- Ilclatlvea and
rflends are Invited to attend tho funeral, on
Thursday, nt 2 p. m.. from her sister's rest-
nrFvi.-J11'' Ilo.'t",T0!i,. "v, ferment pFtvntc.
,,J:l't,s--'T A,, Unddonfleld. on Second
Month, 7th. 1010. RUTH P. REEVP.S. nged
ii.ioco" """?!.. '',rvlt!, on Flfth-dav.
.liiS 's"m M Washington ave.. Had.
donneld, N. J Interment private.
"tvIT0" J'e!;ru.'lry 8- 10,n' EU3ENE
REJIvR, In his 74th year. Funeral services
?in,JrhuSo,?a.y' -",' S D; m- at the old Man's
vat Baring ats. Interment prl-
ItlllNnilAHT. On February 7. 1010, MARY.
wlfo of Harry Rhlnehart (nee Smcdley), aged
58 years. Relatives nnd friends, nleo the II.
V. M. bodallty of the Visitation Church nnd
May 21, 22, 23, 2i
July 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
August IS, 19
Mny 13, 14, 15. 16
July ... 12. 13, 14
Aug. 28, 29, 30
May 17, 18, 19. 20
July 15, 16, 17. 18
August 20, 21, 22
Women of the Holy Family nd Altae e"
to attend the funeral, on Friday. I? ?'
m., from her Into residence. 2970 1 Vm2.fi
st. Solemn Requiem Mass si the r,'i?H.
the Visitation At 10 n. m. Interment a. n f
Kemilfhm Omelerv. '"1 ' Molt
Church of the Holy Nnme. nt n , L" S1"
terment nt Cnltnry Cemetery m-
ntMlKHH. On Februnry 8. Into. t P
wicks. N.J.. DnMd II. Rogers In Til,, ft"
year of his age. k Relntlves "rid rrleSS.0?"1
Invited lo, nttend the funernl, from tfc. ,,'P
dence of, his son. Wl Ham II. IlngTrs r."1'
wicks. N. J., on Friday. February li C.r,0",";
n. m. Interment nt Allentown. Nj i ' 5LM
mobiles will meet tho 0 n. m, train from 'ni'S
ndelphla nt Herdentown. N. J. "om r"H-
HVAN, On February 7, 1010, MICHARt ,
husband of Caroline Ryan fr.ee MaVinV;1
Relatives find friends nre Invited to at?.?!
tho funeral, on Thursday, at 0 a m '"lenl
his lato residence, 1524 North 18th ' W
rain Mass of Requiem nt Church ,v
Gesu nt 10:80 a. m. Interment privaie 'it
New Cathedral Cemetery. Automobile, .'err!
SAI.IIEtt. On February 7, 1010, CAnortMo
SALRER. Relatives ana friends, also it!
societies of which he was a member sr. i.
vlted to nttend the funeral services." on Vh
day, nt 2 p m nt her lato resident", m
Richmond et. Frlenda mny call after S?
m. Thursday. r ' ft
SCOTT, At Elwood, N. ,T on Fehruf s
JAMES W.. husband of ErteabVth Bcou 2,
Freed) nmi son of Mary nnd the late ni.fS
Scott. In hla 41th yenr. Itelatlves nnd tr?,lV?
nlso Phlln. Lodge. No. 51, L. O. O It.Ji
employes, of Link llelt Jlfg. Co. are innPA
to nttend the funernl servHcca. Friday ,M
p. m., nt his ate residence, 3n:,7 &
Itemalns may he viewed Thursday. 7 tn.
n. m. Interment at Ivy Hill Cemetery
SKEI.KY. At Esslngton, Pa., on Fenru'rs
1010, WILLIAM W. SEIILEY. son ef oVere.
nnd the late Henrietta Seeley (n?e LlmV
nged 22 years. Itelatlves nnd fr ends, also iVl
Sunday School of tho Central Haptlat Churlh
of Woodbury. N. J., are Invited fo MtSSTh.
funernl services, on Thursday,, nt 1 n m i!
Ills slater's residence. 2.122 South Sartaln at.
Interment nt Fernwood Cemetery, FrlVdt
may call Wednesday, 8 p. m. Auto aervlce
SHIVE. On Fobrunry 7, 1010, MARY. ldn
of Nnthanlcl Shlvo. Sr., formerly if itJm
Washington, Pn nged 02 year; nelatlJI.
nnd friends nro Invited to nttend the funlrsl
nervices. Thursday, nt 10 n. m nt her liiJ
residence. 1.115 Auburn at. Interment prlvit!
nt Doylestown. Pa, . Itemalns may be views
Wednesday, from 7 to 10 p. m. ""
SIONKTT. On February 8. 1010. MAUt
wlfo of David Slgnctt, nged 70 years nil.'
ntlvea nnd friends nre Invite,! in -,
funernl services, on Saturday, at 2 d m
nt her Into residence, 1.102 K Conestoga, at!
Intcnnent Mt. Morlah Cemetery,
SJIITII. On February 7, 1010, at hla lata
residence, 1B0.1 N. Hope St.. CHARLF.s! hu,"
band of Anna Smith (neo Kcnrney). Relatives
nnd friends nro Invited to attend the funeral
on Saturday, nt 8:30 n. m. Solemn Requiem
Mnss at St. Michael's Church, at 10 am!
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery,
SPRAGUE. On Februnry 7. 1010, HANNAH
II., wlfo of Frederick Sprague (nee Chal.
lender), aged 33 years. Relatives nnd friend,
nre Invited to attend funeral services, on
Thursday, nt 2:30 p. m., at her late home
2102 W. Fletcher st. Interment private" nil
mnlnn may he viewed on Wodneaday ere,
nlns. Trenton, N, J, papers plcaso copy.
STREET. On Fobruary 0, 1010. SARAT7 :.
STREET (formerly of Hurst, England), wlfi
of James W. Street, aged 75 years. Relative?
und frlenla nro Invited to attend tho funeral
services, on Thursday, nt 2 p. m., at her
huabaod'a residence. 1,01 St. Paul at.. Nlcs.
town. Interment private, at Laurel mil
SWEENEY. On February 0, 1010. HUGH
husband of Cathcrlno D. Sweeney (neo Dunn)
Relatives and friends, also St. Mary's Hens!
flclal Society, St. -Charles T. A. R. Society
employes of Southern Pennsylvania Traction
Conipnny. nre Invited to attend the funeral
on Thursday, at 8:30 a. m., from his late
residence, 433 Wnahlngton ave., Clifton
Heights. Delaware County, Pa. Solemn Masi
of Requiem at St.- Charles' Church at 10
n. m. Interment at St. Charles Cemetery
Kellyvllle, No carriages. "
SWIFT. On Februnry 7, 1010. nt his resi
dence. Hnmmonton. N-. J., FRANK 9
SWIFT, in his 00th enr. Funeral on Thu!
day, a. 2 p. m nt Hammonton.
TOKKINdTON. On February 8. 1010.
FREDERICK C. husband of Irene Dond
Torklngton. nged 44 years. Relatives and
friends nre Invited to nttend funeral services,
on Saturdny at 2 n. m. precisely, nt his lata
residence. 832 Wynncwood road, Overbrook
Interment prlvntc.
VAN8TONE. On February 8, 1016. WILL
IAM II., husband of Rose nnd son of tho late
William nnd Julln Vanatonc. Relatives and
friends, also Yolo Tribe. No. 377, Imp. O. It
M. ; Georgo Chnncellor Circle. No. 5.1. p.. of
A.: employes of Henry Dlsston & Sons, are
Invited to nttend funernl, Saturday, at 8 30
n. m., from his late residence, 1028 East Le
high nve. Requiem Mnss at the Church of
tho Visitation, nt 10 oclock. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.
VAIJsIL On February 8, 1010. ANN ELIZ.
AHETII. widow of Mlchnel Wolah, aged 73
years. Relatives nnd friends nre invited to
nttend funeral, on Thursday at 8 a. m., from
tho residence of her nephew, Francis E.
Hnley. 310 Mercer st.. Gloucester City. N. 1.
High Mass at St. Marv's Church, at 0 o'clock.
Interment nt St. Mnrv's Cemetery.
WOOD. At Evesboro, N. J., on February 8,
ELIZABETH S.. widow of Thomas R. Wood,
nged 81 yenrs. Relatives nnd friends ara
Invited to attend funeral, Thursdny, at 2
?. m.. from the residence of her aon-ln-lavr,
loward O. Wells, Evesboro. Automobll-i
will meet the train leaving Market St,
Ferry. Philadelphia, at 10:40. at Marltos
Station. Interment Cotestown Ccmcterr.
Friends mny cnll Wednesday evening,
WUllSTEIt. On February 0, 1010. MART
A., beloved wlfo of rhlllp Wurster (nee
Orjden), In he 43d year. Relatives and
friends, nlso Ladles' Aid of General A. Koltes
Camp. No. 228. s. of V nro Invited to at
tend funeral services, on Thursday, at 2 p.
m.. at her late residence. 723 W. Oxford at.
Interment private, Fernwood Cemetery. Au
tomobile funeral, Remains mny bo viewed on
Wednesday evening. 8 to 10 o'clock.
ZIKGI.KK. Suddenly, on Februnry 8, 1016,
LEWIS D. ZIEGLER. Sr. Relatives and
friends are invited to nttend tho funeral
services, on Friday, at 2 p. ni., at his lata
residence, 1018 North 10th at. Interment private.
nOOAN. On February 7, loin, ttr-tt...
wife of Horry W. Regan, n alRl?'??!
friends of the family are InvllM to 5i."I
the funeral, on Friday. February 11 ,?W
n. m.. from her Into residence, fllT niSJi. ?'
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