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EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA; THURSDAY, MARCH .30, 1916.
GRAIN AND FLOUR
w . i-ie 05 ft.-.? hnahet. De.
F WP-.V" fair nnd" the market ruled, Arm
VESEe strong ouieine ",':55 ?UT":
y ; "iim t the ' la o advance with de mami
ity&MM tho limited offerings. Quotations:
ISffiT; No Vre low, T4H78tte.i tfo. 4 cT.
iWlittOMHc.! cot., per 70 lbs.. 70e.
M'SiTftLltecelPt". 7490 bushels. Demand was
S ATnd the market ruled firm under light
E??.; ".":.. ?d white, 40HOS0HC.I No,
F'Vsr'sWW i No. 4 white, 40!447tto.i
I tiftie oats. 43044c! purified oata, graded,
it'ftJiitrt neeelptK. 2080 bbls. and I.R00.018
KLVir.jirke. The market wen quiet and with,
if I?ili?i.nl change, Quotations per 111(1
i6 't'mreft.nt change". Ouo(.lon r llif
IK!. In" wo!L Winter, den;. Mrt.SV do,
I tAJiM. '"a";V ".".-AviT'Ii jubSX'
ISratgbt. cotton sacks..".205.4() do., patent.
IIKS ekV. $3.40v.i.(IOi spring, first clear.
'V.;. isYoCto'l do.. faborlte brand. IU.15W
ftfnt, ''',.'.Vl"Lu-i-- n.1 fani, nte.,l til Ife
ifis' i&.TrMOlar, jrades. "Inter, clear. If
KyI pOTt-old steady at former rate.
iuote at ISffB.nO .cr bbl . as to quality.
. . -..I-. M- til. f.t. I.L!.!..
.The mr;ei ru.r ..r... "" ,;,' ","S'"
r'SSullon, i follow, City beef. In sets, smoked
J5!Ilr-Srle'l. 252flc.: Western b-ef. In eets.
j'llw 23O200.I city beef, knuckles and ten
iraoM. ''",' -lnTied. 2728r ! Western
weirs, r'"",,... onH tenders, smoked. 2702Re..
SiMI. loose. 17' TO mc i no., no., smoKon,
Eiaufll9c.i other hams. smoKM. city cured,
I1"1.". -n.1 nvprin. 17'40ltKp.! hnms.
itll lo uii'.'! ""---'"";' .IaVS.o..-. j-
r.mMted. western cur, i-n y .m.-. uu .
JvbolleaY boneless. 30c: picnic ahouTderj, S. P.
tnnl loose. laV"" io.. smoked. ia!413Me i
Tu013c.. breakfast hnopn. as to brand nnd
iwre- elty cured, I7WIBC.I no., western
SJwJ 1718e,, lard. Western refined, tlorres,
tfMe.i doT. do:, tubr 124c. I do., puro city,
llrtlle rendered, in tierces, 124c; do., do,
51a law. i-rw-
irtlra fine uranulated, 7c. powdered. 7. Ilk. . I
twifectlonera1 A, O.UOc . soft srades. U 25 W
rnw, nimv iinrriiTr"ro
- .rt .1 . ifilaa nnd 4ia i a 1f jtt
' PlIKlUnt- I rMUC I1D ( miij uir umin'-v
fcrnted flrm under IlBht offorlngs. Ouotallona:
v ATAofrvsriiki: as::
rnnVrVtnt- wr Urht and the mar.
. fV'.ii i 1 ..nri. fair riarnnnrl. Dtintfl.
i niieu Jiriii u"'"j. i i-.--."
.- -. . irtoAAii niin.naKLrivi n
ro$rt offrrlnKs and a fair demand. Follow-
sStra. Mc. Tr dozen: nearby nrflts. Ifl.-in per
7LV.i 1 ---. H.ahtf rnrrnnt rfnlnt. 1(1 "tO
n1. "..'17,Vj;iwrtV-TL" in Tri'r rn-V
Jar ants. 0.30 Per case! Southern, per case.
i LiTaa an. n tn ntinlltvt fancy eelected exes
'wtnTTonblnic at 27W2BC. per dozen.
t. LIVE inn mitrKri ruin Mini iuu.- ..t...
Jveffwlnn nnd a cood demand, and prices of
i fowls wero a ehada llchter. Quotations:
SSSerii. soYt-mcate. in2(c: do., atany.
t, ltBltc.i ducks, as to alio and quality. 18
tt91w.t do., jounir. per pair, 2liQ2Sc.
DBE8SED Hecelpta were Iluht and the
nirket ruled firm with trade fair. Quotations:
I ticked, fancy selected. 21c: do., we chine 4 4
tSl lbs. apiece. 20 4c: wclghlns 4 lbs. apiece.
dturDjnK; Jl ins. apiece, iiuiov;, A- .'. " u,",0'
sfn?r. dry-rlcked. welffhlnB 44 S lbs. ap ece.
h :0c.: wetghlnc 4 lbs. apiece. 20c.: omall sizes.
f( 1101BC. old roostera. dry-picked, lfc Chlck-
eu Jersey lancy iiroiiprn, 11;.,. S"Tf
leitliy fancy broilers, 224J24C: Western brpll-
,' er. welihlnc 14W-- lbs. opicce. .'swxic.;
iiCNorthern Illinois chickens, fancy yellow, weigh-
'filial HW U11U UVCI, 111 uura, ''
em Illinois, fancy, welshing- 2434 lbs. In
itWIBB, JOUflUi: i.uiurcui .,..w,, "..v.
WMlBlng SWiWaM IUH.. in num.. 1.1 if oij..
other Western, welglilnit 4 lbs. nnd oor, In
TlH lbs.. In boxes. 10017c: other Western.
.wJlrhlng 24 034 lbs.. In bbls.. 15010c: In
ferior. 14c. Capons, per lb. Weighing S0 10
L ,L- . ..VAA'IUh . mill., talfl ,'lM9fl(,
JrlO. . WTO...."., "K'-'i". "i". ." -, :
" Turgeys, lancy. youiis urns mw iun, "J'
an. fair to choice. SntfflOc.i do., old toms, 23c.
n.ttm. HnkH. inarhv. l s 0 'Jttc. i do.. Western.
, Uncy, 1701RC, do., do., fair to good, 120
1JC. ueese. IDW-uc. nquaus, ir uujcii i ".
wtlghlng 11 to 12 lbs per dozen. 5.6O03"5.
I wnite, weisntng u to jii mo. rcr uiikh,
1.50: white, welghlntr 8 lbs. perdozen, 14
' .DUJ uo , uo.. I lua. per uwrii, .j " " , "',
flo. 6O04 lbs per dozen, J2.25W2.75. dark,
, 1202.75. small and No. 2. 1101.35.
Choice stock sold' fairly and ruled ateady
itraaer moderate offerings. Quotations: Apple"
per bbl. Wtnesap. 1II04: Ilaldwln. l2.r.(IW
1 ,I1S; Greening. 1J.25W3: York imperial, jaw
litis: Hen Davis. 1.7fi2.r.O; other Mirletlcs.
t ll.60O2.60i No. 2. 11.250150. Apples In
Itbulk. per 100 lbs.. n0c.t9ll.SU. Apples. West
"era, per box. 11.2SW2. Oranges, Klorlda. per
sVcrt. J2.S()fS4. Tangerines. Florida, per
itrtp. 1203 50 Grapefruit, l'lorlda, per crate.
1 1268.60. Lemons, per box. 1208. Pine-
SiPPlea, per crate Porto Illco. 12.5008.50:
gsnoriaa, jL'.suwa.ou. (jranoerries, jersey, per
EbbL, 1307; do.. Jersey, per crate, 1102.25.
.Strawberries. Florida, per at. Refrigerators.
WlAnifin nnAt nwatAca nfrflfl(l
vijfwvi vy;ji wiutvos i.v'U'vui.i
Tim mirlit rntiid firm nn chnteA stock of
fmoit descriptions, with demand absorbing tho
moderate offerings. Quotations: White 'Pota
toes, per bush. Pennsylvania. 11.3001.40;
,uw xorK. 1.1DIU'1,.;V, tYPSirrii. i.auv.-u,
voiui poiaioea. jersey, per oasKei nu. j tubb,
MtjlBc: No. i other varieties. 05075c; No. 2.
10u40e.i whits TMtatoen. llortda. per bbl.
RNo. 1. 1708: -No. 2 1007; sweet potatoes.
Jrey. per baiket No. 1. 40050c: no. a.
SStTSOc; sweet potatoes, Jersey, Delaware and
Maryland, per hamper No. 1. 7Bc.0tl: No. 2.
10060c; sweet potatoes, Virginia, per bbl.,
tl.tO01.75; onions, per 100-lb. bar No. 1,
(1.7502; No. 2, 75c. 11.25; cabbage, Danish.
rir ton, 110020; do., Florida, per hamper.
101.23; do.. South Carolina, per crate, 11.23
HI Kl. -.1 Ul l n.n. TKt't .lt.
bm. v.'.v, (.cirrjr. riuiiun, par vihid, jr ."'' -...
WPlnach, Norfolk, per bbl., 1102.25; do..
inn per hamper, 11.5002; kale. JMonom.
Er bbl., 750!)Oc; lettuce. Florida, per basket,
hll.7502.50, do.. South Carolina, per basket.
-.iv.; ao,, florin warouna, per uasicei. ,iu,
:.60; beans, Florida, per basket. 1203 60;
P. Florida, per basket. 1306; peppora. Flor-
1l1 . .- , tmtsun .r . ....,..... L'U.M.
I-i wi iimri ii.uuva.-o. vsajuiaiii. r iui iu,
Per crate, 1202.50. tomatoes. Florida, per
.- ciii.jr, .uv&.iw. 1UUII.V. iguiw.ii
:ipa,ragus, per crate tiouth Carolina. 1204;
0orgla, tI.'J308.6O; California, 1203.50;
,Miuiufuamsi per 4iu. Doaaei, iovMiw.
American Window 16 P. C. Dividend
PITTSBUnQH, March 30. Tha Amer
ican Window Olasa ComDany has declared
A dividend of 1C per cent, on the preferred
tock, payable April 11 to stock of record
WASHINGTON, March 30.
For Eaittprn PAnnsvlvnnla and Naw
IJeraey; Partly cloudy tonight and Frl
4y; Kentle to moderate northeaat winds.
Light rains occurred along the Atlantlo
lilope from Virginia northward Into south
ftm New England during' the last 24 hours,
but the storm has moved off the coast
nd the clouds are beginning to break
way In some places. The remainder of
the country westward across the Mississip
pi Itiver is covered by moderately high
treasure, with partly cloudy weather and
tensrally seasonable temperatures. An
area of hll?h harAmAl'p la mnvlna: In from
Ilia northwest and has caused a slight drop
ui temperature at most places In the
Plln8 States, but no severe cold.
U. S. Weather Bureau Bulletin
Observations taken at 8 a. m., Eastern time.
. .. ft last Rain- Veloc.
111. I n ,fc"MY.,i ln "JiV?; . "-
Atlantic (llv . 40 as
BUoiarck. N D. Hi 32
Poston, Mass 4J 38
. . Clear
, , Cloudy
BuftalO. N. Y. 34 3J
varleston . 50 48
Uiicago, III. ..40 3H
Cincinnati, Ohio 42 3
ctevelanil. Ohio Si art
iMriVap Pal a a na
JHtrolt. Mich 44 30
gtlvestori. Tex. OS en ;, B 12 Clear
"irrUburg. P. 40 42 .04 NB .. Cloudy
tttyraa. N C 4tl 44 .0J N Si C oudy
lillfax. N 8. 40 34 ., N ,. Cloudy
H.t.n. . . nn
.Juron, s D . 42 I
luianipolls 4Z H
Lli.ir.llta n.- in et
Wltle, Rock B2 50
.Angelas 84 52
W$2is.r ii liJ
w iv uMir
NB .. Cloudy
nh it P.cldy
NW .. Clear
NB . . Clear
NB It Rain
N i Cloudy
N 0 P.CIdy
Montreal? 5n. 4? 3S
ub.viu, Tenn, 44 40
mv Orleans 60 Ao
htir York 4a !
orroik. v li !
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IS YOU THINK IN
SO ARE YOU IN YOUR WORK
ii, XSta,rt With 1Iablls Thinkintf You mold your own life with
att. of your own mind. It is neither heredity nor environment that
Hr.tt. jyouJ f,a,le,' . Evcry unfavornblo condition mny be overcome by your
Iw.,1? of .t,hjn,Iinff' You possess tho powor to crento hnbits of rifiht
vi iu?twhlch nab'ts.will lead to the overcoming of every difficulty.
r 11 c,oura58 nnd your fear is Rone. When filled with optimism,
X,.. tut 1 5IcsPalr If yo ore determined you arc never indifferent. If
you think nlonp; honest lines, you cannot bo dishonest. Insist on perfec
tion, nnd you will not have imperfection. Success starts in right thinking.
.. iU.r. com.c? v,'hcn you tnink yu ennnot succeed. It is tho positive
qualities which succeed; it is the negatives which fail. "There is nothing
cither good or bad, but thinking makes it so."
Irom Your Habits of Thinking You Go to Hnbits or Acting Tho
world judges you by what you do. Your nets arc tho telltales of your
inner life. Your action habits arc but tho reflection of your thinking
namts. You can mount up to success in action only nftcr you havo
thought out tho ways to get success. "As you think in your heart," so
nro you in your work.
Create Good Habits at Will Good habits are tho only kind worth
while; they bring success. Bnd habits bring failure. Substitute for
wrong habits of thought the positive, right habits of thought. Desire
the beat and you will absorb it from everywhere. Correct your thinking
first, and your action habits will correct themselves.
Break Bad Habits at Will You brenk bnd habits not by trying to
break them, but by making good habits. Tho breaking of undesirable
habits of thinking, followed by nction of like kind, is accomplished only
by living in an improved atmosphere of thought. You can never elim
inate fear, for example, until you arc filled with courage. You will bo
tilled with courage when you think courage all tho time. Thus is tho
habit of fear broken.
Our Destiny is Shaped by Our Habits Tho wholo outcome of lifo is
but tho sum total of our habits of thought, plus our habits of nction. Wo
grow into greater usefulness to ourselves nnd to others, or else make our
failures, through habit-making. We have tho power to choose, to be suc
cesses or to be failures.
fCopurlonf, lite, 01 Boil! I,. BmUh, Philadelphia)
IN MARVELOUS MOVIES
Now Phose Follows tho Ani
mated Cartoons, Silhouettes
What are the alx best pholoplnm? "The
nirth of n Nation," rertnlnly. lint what
are the other Are? Rend rour. list. to. the
I'hotonlar Editor 01 tno i.
it will appear In the Ac
By the Photoplay Editor
When tho movies start experimenting,
peculiar results nro In order. They havo
glvon us "Hcoza Liar," tho Bllhouetto
movies, "tho Trlcklds" nnd tho "Canncmat
od Noos." Now they glvo us yet another
Tho Universal has sinned Itldley V.
Taylor and Wllklns W. Whcatley for nn
unlimited series of "manikin pictures."
Tho manikin films will be. In a way,
nftcr' tho fashion of tho animated car
toons. Tho advnntago of the use of tho
manikins Instead of the drawn characters
lies In tho detail that tho photographing
of real, If Inanimate, plnycra will make
possible. Backgrounds and settings, in
stead of being merely sketched In rough
ly, ns Is tho ciso In the making; of tho
cartoons, will bo real backgrounds and
real settings, built for tho plcturo than
Tho work of mnldng tho nverago ani
mated cartoon la tiring even to consider.
Kach of tho characters has to bo drawn
by itself nnd to register nn expression,
ench of tho features has to bo drawn again
nnd again In the various stages of Its
development. A cartoon with from 7000
to 10,000 Individual drawings is not un
usual. The new system, however, will employ
nutomnta, each abla tn nssumo the dc
Blrcd positions and abla to do not only
what tho living actor can do, but many
tilings of which tho animate player Is in
capable. Taylor, onu of tho Inventors, Is a con
struction engineer. Ills Interest In motion
pictures began during the construction of
Universal City, whero ho was employed
In tho construction of tho various build
Ing that mako up that plant. Uo enlisted
tho aid of Whcatley, at that tlmo with the
Long Ilcach Brick Company, and together
with William Horsley they worked out tho
details of the Invention.
Theda Bara la still "vamping.- Her
next Fox picture has the delightfully evil
title of "Tho Ktcrnal Sapho." If her
eternal Sapho Is any more evil than Mary
Garden's only Philadelphia Sapho, It Is
"some Sapho." Still we may bet on The
da Bara as equaling Mary Garden In evil
roles. If not In art.
I1ROAD "The Little Minister," with Maude
Adams. The famous play of Scotch life by
J. M. Ilarrle. telling of the pranks of Milady
LYRIC "A World of Pleasure." with Clifton
Crawford and Conroy and La Mario. A
Winter Garden Show with music by Rom
berg, words by Atterldge and staged by
J. C. Hoffman. ,
ADEf.PHI "Nobody Home." with Lawrence
Orossmlth. A musical comedy from the
Anglo-American Allies flood music, fair
"book," excellent comedy from Orossmlth,
QARRICK "It Paya to Advertise," with
Louise Drew, (Irani Mitchell and lien John
son. A novel farce with much fun In It.
FORREST "Zlegfeld Folllea of 1013." with
Ina Clare, Hert Williams and Will West.
Here we find tha acenery by Joseph Urban
and the usual sort of Zlegfeld show by the
WALNUT "Kilkenny," with Flske O'Hara.
Return engagement of the Irish comedian
In a familiar play,
STANLEY Wednesday. "Audrey," with Paul
Ine Frederick. Thursday. Friday and Satur
day, "The Sowers," with lllancne aweet.
VICTORIA Wednesday and Thursday, "Hon
or's Altar." with llesite llarriscale. Friday
and Saturday. "Her Oreat Price." with
ARCADIA All week. "Tha Moral Fabric."
with Frank Mills. A Trlansla-Kay Bee
film dealing with a sex problem.
PALJtCK Wednesday. "To .Have and to Hold,"
with Mae Murray and Wallaca Held. Thura
day. FTlday and Saturday, "John Need
bam'a Double," with Tyrono Power.
KEITH'S Melville Ullla and Irene Bor-
donl. Frances Nordstrom-Wllllam Plnkham
1 Co.. Foster Ball and Ford West. Ruby
Norton and Sammy Lee. Burton, Daniels and
Lester Conrad. Oruber" Animals. Marguer
11a Farrall, Sablna and llronner, Alexander
brothers; Sells- Tribune pictures.
OLOBE James J. Corbett. the Fe-MaU Clerks;
Sue Hlgglns and company. In "Polltlca";
Walton and Oolden. Three Norrla Slaters.
Alice Hanson, Nealand and company. In
The Fixer"; Joe Lannlgan, the Duffln
Redcoy Troupe. The Magla Kettle.
CllOtlS KEYS "Tha Oarden of Mirth." "Miss
Thanksgiving." Colonel Jack Oeorge. Val
online Fox. Pbllbrlck and Detcau. Delhi and
SxT'WBSK pToV'wlu? h
Robinson and Oeorge Arvloe la the leading
KNICKERBOCKER "A Fool Thsro Wag."
Tbe Knickerbocker players In Porter Emer
son Browne's play, with Emily Smiley as
DUMONtTS Dumont'a Minstrels. In satire oa
matters of current Interest.
, ' ,
Cars Collide in Fog in Chicago
CHICAGO, March 30. Flfty persons,
most of them laborers on their way to
work, wera injured, some of them serious
ly. In two street car collisions In tho south
western suburbs of Chicago today. A
dense fog; over the prairies was responsible
for the collisions.
ROELOFS' FUNERAL AT RYDAL
I I I I I I I
Ship to Sail From South America
With Body Tomorrow
The body of Henry H. Koelofs, the re
tired haf manufacturer who died on Tues.
day at Buenos Aires, from apoplexy, will
be brought to the Roelof residence at
Rydal for the funeral services. It will
ba brought to this city on a steamer,
whlh is due to sail from South America.
onMonday ,, . .
with a UUfy & Bertba U Uselofa. lft
.k. cmit-h tn rrtcra!n hla htmltH. tils
wute. f9rly His Mfimte Sttvo, iiauij-
Police Court Chronicles
BUI Blake Is preparing for war on his
own account For weeks ho tried to rnlso
a volunteer army, but It was Impossible
to get follower:: for tho rensnn that ho
seldom wnlked straight.
Blnko found It necessary to keep full
of onthuntnwi uhllo ho wns recruiting In
order to reach this condition he exercised
hid thirst until It was going nt tho rnto
of 40 miles nn hour. Incidentally Bill
profited by his patriotism. Ho confided
to many of those whom ho approached
that tho overhead expenses hnd brought
him down to bed rock, nnd ho let It bo
known that there wouldn't bo cry Btren
uous objection to nny ono slipping n stray
quarter of half dollar to help pay tho cler
And no tho contributions wcro so
numerous that Bill found It very dlfllcult
to malntnln discipline, ovon -within himself.
When skcptlcnt persons criticised Blnko
and his plans ho dug a trcncll down near
Stone House lnno and placed a number of
terracotta pipes along tho top. They
looked Ilka sure enough cannon- A
broom with nn old blue shirt lljlng from
Its business end helped to add to tho mil
But tho kldB In tho neighborhood wcro
mnd. H seems that BUI mado his trench
right In a spot of ground whero they
wanted to play ball. Thoy attacked Blnko
when ho was dining and BUI wna obliged
to reply with n few whisky flasks. Ho
also used tho enemy's ammunition after
ho hnd received It.
A policeman broke up tho last of theso
battles and brought Bill boforo Maglstrnto
Baker. Tho Judge was puzzled as to what
to do with tho patriotic prisoner, when a
man In tho court soUcd thoulllllciilty by
giving Blako a job.
And tho Maglstrato sentenced him to
Dr. Rucl Stewart
Dr. nuel Stewart, 87 year old, n wide
ly known obstetrician, died yesterday nt
his home, 1840 Green street. Doctor
Stewart was born In Hackcttstown, N. J.
Ho was tho son of Thomas Tnlgo Stew
art, at ono tlmo president of tho Medical
Society of Now Jersey. Ho studied at
Princeton and graduated from thero with
honors, and later studied at tho Uni
versity of Pennsylvania. He Is survived
by a widow and two daughters.
Albert M. Barnes
Albert Mortimer Barnes, 71 years old,
a retired manufacturer of military goods,
Is dead at his home, 42 West Schoolhouss
lane, Germnntown, after a brief Illness.
Mr. Barnes was born In this city nnd
was for a tlmo associated with the firm
of William II. Horstmann & Co. Later
ho engaged In business for himself at 317
WHITMAN. In remembrnnco of my mother.
l.AVINIA P. WHITMAN, who died March
80. 1000. JOHN F. WHITMAN.
7"nee Nottcet Are Printed In the
Evening Ledger Free of Charge.
AYRF.S. On March 28. 1010.
JOHN A . hus-
band of Catherine K. Ayres. Re!
friends, alsn mpmhera nf IhA flfnm.mpn'n
i lub, ure Invited to attend the funeral serv
ices, on Saturday, at 2 p. m.. ut hla lata
residence, 401 Monastery uo , ltoxborough
Interment private. West Laurel Hill Ceme
tery. Friends may call Friday, 7 to 0 p. in.
RAKER. On March 20, 1010. THOMAS J
IIAKER, son of Ferdy and Margarot llaker
(nee Conlln). aged 2 years and 1 month.
Relatives and frlenda are Invited to attend
tho funeral, on Saturday, at 1.30 p. m.. from
the residence of his grandmother. ilrg. Annie
Conlln. 1420 S. Ettlnc at. Interment at Holy
BARNKH. On March 28, 1010. ALBERT
MORTIMER, husband of Harriet H. L.
Rarnea. Relatives and friends are Invited
to attend the funeral service, on Saturday,
at 10 a, m.. at his late residence, 42 West
School lane, Oermantown. Interment private
at Doylestown Cemeterr.
BARNHUItST. On March 28. 1013. JOSEPH
llAIl.NUUnST, In his 84th year. Relatives
and frlenda are Invited to attend tha funeral
services, on Friday, at 3 p. m.. at the reel,
denca of his ion, Washington Barnhurst. 410
West Prlca at., Germantown. Interment
BRADFORD. On March IS, 1019. MARY
LOUISE, wife of John E. Bradford. Rela
tlvea and friends are Invited to attend the
funeral, on Saturday, at 1 30 p. m , from
her husband's residence. 1321 Morris at
tlemalna may be lewed on Friday, from 8
o 10 p. m. Interment strictly private, at
BRADY. Suddenly, on March 28. 1018. JOS
HPIT. husband of Maraaret Brady. Tula.
tivea and friends are Invited to attend the
funeral, on Friday, at 8 30 a. m., from tils
late residence. 2610 Wilder at. Solemn
High Mass of Requiem at St. Gabriel's
Church at 10 a. ru. Interment at Holy
I11SSRTT. On March 28. 1010. JOHN V.
MISSETT. In bis 72d year, Relatives and
friends, alao Camden Lodge. No. IS, F. and
A. M.. are Invited to attend the funeral
services, on Friday, at 7:30 n. m., precisely,
at 300 Market at . Camden, N J. Interment
private, at SpotswDod. N. J., on Saturday
1II.AKIE. At Crosswlcks. N. J., on March 28,
1910. MINNIE L. BLAK1B. In her 83d year.
Relathes and friends are Invited to attend
tha funeral, on Friday, at 1 p. m., from her
lata residence, Crosswlcks. N. J. Carriages
will meet B a. m. train from Phlla.. Market
at., and tha B.40 train from Trenton, at
Bordentown. N. J, Interment at Allentown,
BOYLE. On March 28, 1916. at her late resi
dence. 208 N. 58th el.. ANNIE BOYLE (nia
Toland). widow of Cbarleit Boyle, born 14
lb Glen of Olenites. County Donegal. Ire
land Relatives and frlenda. also Rosary
Society of Our Lady of Rosary Church, are
Invited to attend the funeral, on Saturday,
at 8.30 a. in. Solemn Requiem Maaa at
Church of Our Lady of tha Rosary Chucb.
at 11 a. o. Interment at Holy Cross Cams-Wry-
BRYAN. Suddenly, on Uarcb ST, 11. ELIZ-
5 years. Relative and friends, also men-
nt Broad Street M. 15 Church and
8ayres Memorial M E. Church, art Invited
t Id. at precisely at her late residence,
5020 Catharine at , Interment at Mount Ma
rian. Cemetery Frlenda may call Thursday
to attend toa lunerai services, on Friday.
from 8 tu 10 p. m. Brooklyn papers please
eon uatee st. ibis. ,
JfrttBja rtt tolled to Jteria lb
fearvte. on Saturday at 9 D. ,. at
irvU'ca. 00 Batuxday t 3 p. n). , at JKarine
Fellows' Cemeterr. nemalna may M vlewjil
at her late residence. 1522 French t. tlfith
Jt. and Susquehanna ate.), on Friday after
7 p. rn,
CAMPnr.l.T-OntrFITHt. On March 24. 1010.
ANDREW M. CAMIMiniiL. hulbnnrt Of II.
Elizabeth Campbell and son of tho Into John
nnd Annlo M Campbell Rolathei nnd
frlendi nro Invited to attend, the funeral
'"nlcea, at tho Oliver If llalr Building, 1820
Chestnut at . on Saturday, at 2 p. m In
CAllR, On March B0. loin, at For Chase.
Philadelphia. ni.ly.AHr.TH It., widow of
Howard r Carr. naed 50 eim .. Ilolatlvei
nnd friends nro Invited to Attend tho juneral
ivrlcr. nt the reKlilence of William J, Rob
ert!". 7i3 e at. Fox fhnse. phlladelpnln. on
Thurmlay at R n m Interment and Airlher
"ruin nt Dojletown Cemetery Chapel on
I rldai at 11 a m. Aulnmobllo funeral
CAIliO.V. On March 30, loin, after a tone
lllnees, IRATHlliLA ("ARSON, daushter of
.To,ph and Mary Cnreon nnd stater In-law
of tho late Hdward Perry. In her 7.1th nr.
Funeral arlres from tho reKldent-" of her
nrphew. .loneph M. Perrv. 2010 North 22d
et on Saturday. April 1. at in -so a nj.
Interment strictly private Pleneo omit
Onners . ... .
CHARLTON On Mnrrh 23. into, ANN. wife
of Alonio P. Charlton, Itetatheti and friends
are Inilted to nttend thn funeral, on I rldny,
at 8 30 a. m . from her lata resilience, 31)10
Aepen t , West Philadelphia HlRli Kenulem
Mam at St Agatha's Church, nt 10 a m.
Interment nt Holy Cro Cemetery
CLINTON. On March 28. IDtn. SARAH C.
CLINTON" (nee Ran). wlfo of John J Clin
ton Relatives ami friends nn- Invited In
nttend the funeral, nn Saturdny, nt 8 JO
a m.. nt tho renldenro of lier nephew. .Li
ttoral J. mtdnln, 2,"3n S 11th t High
H'qiilem Mass nt St Paul's Church nt 10
a m. Interment nt Holy Crni t'emelery.
CRANSTON'. On March 2n, 1010. TIOIIJ.
uldow of Mkhnel Crnnetnii. formrrlv nf St,
Thnmna Aiiulnna parish Helatlei and
f Honda nro Imlted to nttend the fUnernl. on
Monday, nt 8 .in a. m from thn resldenri
of her nlcro. Mrs Mnry Rowan ll.i N
Hollynood at. Solemn Requiem Mnes nt the
Church of the Most Proclmii llloml nf Our
Iird at 10 n. in. Interment at Holy CroM
CRI-,r, V. On Mnreh 2 1010. MRV LT
NLTTi:. nliloiv of Mb hurl Creevv., late of
South netl.Iehem. Pn. Relnllira nnd frlenda
ore InMted to Rttenil the funernl. on 1 rldnv,
nt R .10 0 m from the rreldenro of hrr
eon In law. Robert JleKee r,."0il Inlnc et
High Maw (it the Church nf the Trnnneurn
tlon nt 10 n in Interment pronto, nt
DARRAII. On Mnrch 27. 1010, THOMAS A.,
eon of Katn and the late Charlea linrrah,
aged 2.1 jeara Relative and frlendi nrti
Invited to nttend the funernl on Friday, at
7 10 a m . from hla mother a reldenm,
17.VS N. Wnrnock at Hlgn Requiem Mnsa
nt St Malnrhv's Church, nam. Interment
nt St Marv'a Cemetery, Doylestonn. Pn.
ri'ltl.lN. On March 21 101(1. TANNIE T .
lfe nf John I", llphlln Relatives and
friends also n A Hhubert Cntinrll. No 3,
D of I, , nro InMted to attend thn funernl
eerlrea on Saturday, at 3 30 p m , at hi'r
Inle rraldenre, 2142 South Daggett street
(O.'.th nnd Woodland nenue). Interment at
Mount Morlah Cemetery.
r.NOLISH. On Marrh 20, 1010. MAnOARF.T,
widow nf John Kngllah IlelntUea and
frlenda nro Incited to nttend tho funeral, on
Monday, at 8 30 a. m . from her lato resi
dence. 2", Collom street, Germantown.
Solemn Requiem Mim nt St. Trancla Assist
Churrh nt 10 o'clock. Interment nt Holy
F1H.S. On Mnrrh 28. 1M. EMILY II., wife
nf Robert H. Fela nnd diughler nf the lato
Rev. Or. Francis and Agnes C Hodgson
aged 00 years. Duo notice of funeral will
be when from her lato residence, 1011 N.
m.I.HIlIMKR On March 20. 1010. Hr.NRt
ETTA, ttldow of Ilenrv rellhelmer, ngert 7S
jmrs Relntnea nnd friends nro Imlted to
attend the funeral, on Sunday, nt 2 p m .
from tho parlora of nmnnuel Aaher is Sons.
11102 Diamond at Interment prlvnte. nt
Mount Slnal Cemetery.
FLANAGAN". On March 20. 1010 AONf'.S
MAY. wife of John II. Flanagan, Jr., In her
20th sear Relatives nnd frlenda nro !n
lled to attend tho funernl senleen, on Sat
urday, at 3 p m . at her Into resilience, 410
Baltimore aenuo. Clifton Heights In
terment prlate, at Fernwnod Cemetery
Remalna may bo lnwed on Friday ccnlng
from 8 to 10 o'clock.
11,1 NN. On Marrh 28. 1010. MARY A .
widow of Dennis I'lynn. Relatlea nnd
friends nre InUled to nttend tho funeral, on
Friday, nt 8 30 u m . from her lato resi
dence. 4130 Crescent at , Mnn.ayunk Re
qulem Mnaa nt St John the llnrtlat Church,
nt 10 n m Interment nt St John'a Ceme
tery. ronitr.S. On March 20. 101(1, CHARLES,
husbnml .of Anna Forbes, need fit senra
Relntlies and friends of tho family, nlsn
Illusion fil. II, of I. K.. are lnlteil tn at
tend funeral sen Ices, nn Saturday, nt 2
p tn precisely, ut his lato residence, 0230
Chester avenue. Interment private, at
Mount Morlah Cemetery.
l"Itli:HRI('H1. Suddenly, on March 2S. 1010,
PHYLLIS, only itaucbter of Mr. and Mra
II C Frledrlclis. Funeral nnd Interment
atrlctly prUnte. Kindly omit flowers
ri'NK. On Mnrch 20. 1010. JULIA, wlfo of
tho lain Charlea Funk. Relatllea and
frlendH ure Invited tn attend the funeral
neri Ires, on Friday afternoon, nt 2 o'clock,
nt the Oilier II llalr Ilulldlnrr, 1820 Chest
nut Ktreet. Intorment nt Mount Morluh
C.AIIF.L. On March 20. loin. I'DWIN W
eldest son of John D and the lato I'lla H.
Oaliel and grandson of tho Into John nnd
Sarah Clabl nml the Into Joseph and I. Urn
Hamilton. In his 30th year. Duo notluj of
the funeral v. Ill ho glen.
HACKKTT. On March 28. 1D10. IDA J . wlfo
of Harry J. Itackett. Relathes nnd frlenda
nro !nv.lted to nttend funeral irvlcca, on
Friday, nt 2 p. in precisely, nt her late
residence Mir. Chew atreet. Germantown.
HAM'NIWr Suddenly, on March 28. 1010.
HARRY Jl. hushmd of Mary llascnpat.
aged 48 lears. Duo notlco of tho funeral
will bo (men. from his lato residence 20J
HIGHLAND. On March 27. 11. LOyiSIJ
C widow of Eugeno Highland, nged 75
jenrH Relatlvea nnd friends nro Invited tc
attend funernl services, at her lato resi
dence. 220 Cedar St.. Ilrlstol. Pa . on l'rld iy
at 2 30 p. m. Interment prliato, at Urlst il
HILL. On Tuesday eienlng Mnrch 28. lolfl.
MILTON V. HILL, ugeil 70 enr. Serilcea
nt his lato residence. 1 10 W. Ups.il at , Ger
m.intown, on Friday at 11 a. tn. Interment
prltate. Kindly omit llowera
HI'ITON". On March 28. 1010 MARY H
HUPPON Relatives and friends urn Imlted
tn nttend the funeral services, on ' Ihursday.
at K p 111 . at her lata resldenre. 4001 HprltiK
Harden at Interment at Union Hill Ceme
tery nt Kennett bquare. Pa.
IBWIIS". On March 28, 1010 MAROARET 8..
wlfo of tbe lato Israel L. Irwin. In her Slat
ear. Relatives ar.d friends are Invited to
attend the funeral, on Friday, at J p. m .
from her late residence. 2d I.lanfalr avenue.
Cynwyd. Pa. Interment at West Laurel
JACKSON". On Marrh 20 1010 MARY 17
JACKhON. aged 81 enrs. Relatlvea and
friends nre Invited to nttend tho funernl
services, on Sunday afternoon, at 1.15
o-cloek. at tho Oliver IL lUIr Building 1820
Chestnut street. Interment at Baptist Ceme
tery. Wayne, Pa.
JONF.S. On March 28. 1918. JOSEPH F.
husband of Gertrude M Jones nnd son of
Mary F. and tho lata William Jones, aged
3J years Relatives and friends nlso Cres
cent Lodge, No. 403 F. and AM, are In
vited to attend the funeral eervlcta. on 1 rl
day. at 1.30 p. m, at his late resldencn.
f77 North 0th at. Intorment prlvnte. Friends
may call Thursday, from 7 to 0 p in.
KKF.nAN. On March 28. 1010 HELEN 8 .
wlfa of Harry H. K'eegan. of 400O Olive st .
aged 02 years Relatlvea and frlenda are
Invited to attend tho funeral services, on
Friday, at 10 a. m . at tha Oliver II Bntr
Ifuildinc ib.u irnesinui bi. tiuctiucuv vit
iate, at Fernwood Cemetery-
KKIKN. March 28. 1010. WILLIAM If.
KEIRN. 8538 Hunters ave West Phlla
Relatives and friends, also members of Mt
Joy Soldlera" Orphan Association. Landmark
I-odse. No. 127. and St. John ti A, Chapter.
No. 10, of Baltimore, Md . are Imlted to
attend funeral servt.es, Thursday. H p ro.
at his late residence. Interment Friday, In
KOKOKL. On March 28. 1016. CHARLES
OUNSTAV, son of Sophia and fate John
David Koegel. In his 82d year Relatives and
friends, also Aerie No 42. F q E . Comet
Club and employes of Frankford are Invited
to attend funeral, on Friday, at 8 p. m . frpm
hla lato residence. 2103 B. Gordon st. In-
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lie viewed on Thursday, after 8 p. m.
KNOLL. On Mnrch 28. 1BI. PAUMNR.
vldow of John Knoll, aged 74 jears. Rela
tives and frlenda are Invited to attend thn
funeral services, on Friday, nt 2 P. tn , In
St John's Lutheran Church. Centre Square,
Pa, Interment nt St. John's Burlng
I.r.'Wt. On March 28v Into. 1IKNRY A.
husband of M. Agnes Lewie, aged 02 tears
Reltlvea nnd frlenda, nlso P R. T. Co.
Co-opernllvo Heneftclnl Association, are In
vited to nttend the funernl services, on Sat
urilfir, nt 2 p m . at the Monumental Bap
tist Church, 41st and Ludlow ata Interment
nt r:dMi Cemetery, nemalns may lie tlened
on Friday, from s to 0 p m , nt hla late
tealdenco 040 North 41st st
t.r.MIs, At thn residence of his daughter,
Mls Laura M. Lewis, New. York city, on
Mnrrh 28 Idtll. (II'DIIOU W l.r.WlS. Sr ,
huthnml of the late Josephine I' Iwls
nged n yenra Relatives nnd friends aro In
vited to nttend the funeral serilces. on Fri
day nt 2 p. tn precisely, nt Schuyler's
Itrosd nnd Diamond sts Interment private,
nt Mount Vernon Cemetery.
I.()(in:. On Mnrch 21), lnlft, Mtaa KATE
Un-JUR, daughter nf lh Inle John 3. and
Mhrln Tigiie Relatives and frlenda nro In
vited tn nttend the funeral "services, on
Snturday. nt 2 p m , at her late residence,
1M2S Weit Venango st Interment private.
MAHII.Tfl.V On J'.nr'h 28, mi. MARY,
wlfo of Alexander Mflailton (nee Noble) nt
her realdenie. 1041 South Reilfleld at (SOtll
st. and Chester ave ) Interment private
MneLM'GllLIN. On Mnrrh 20. 1011, ANNA,
widow of Alexander MncLnughlln llelatlves
and frlnda sro Invited to attend th f ineral
services on Friday. Marrh 31. at 1 .30 o'clock
precisely, nt her late residence, 2210 Chris
tian street. Interment at Mount Morlah
Cemetery. Frlenda may call Thursday even
ing nfter 8 o'clock.
Mrlirtllli:. On March 27, 1010. JAMF.9 17..
husband of ElUiabeth A. Meltrlde tnee Kl
ley). llelatlves and friends, nlto Division No.
21. A O. II.. nn1 Dauphin Yearly Bene
ficial Society, nre Invited to attend the fu
neral, on Saturday, nt 8 30 n m , from hli
late reslilmre, 2013 Edgemont M (IRth
Ward) Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Ann'n
Church nt 10 n m. Intermint at St. Ann's
Met AFSLAND. On Mnrch 21 1010. MARI'I..
wife of Wlillnm A Mrl'nusl.md and daugh
ter of Georgo " and Jane Dele. Relatives
nnd frlendi are Invited to attend the funernl
sentres, on Frlflav at 2 p m , from late
residence, 1012 Klnsey nt. (Trankfotd ave.
nnd Unity at ). lnt-rmcnt nt Hlllaldo Ceme
terv. MM'fH.T,. On March 20 1010 PATRICK Me.
cni.l. Iiuslinnl of Isabella Met'oll, Relatives
nnd rrletuls nlso Cathedrnt T A It. Society,
Cntholle Knights of America, Whlto Coarh
mrn'B Union nro Invited tn nttend tho fu
neral nn Saturday, nt 8-10 a m, from the
residence of his son John MrColI. 23d and
Summit Orovo me , lirvn Mawr Solemn
Requii tn Mass nt Church of Lady of Oood
t ounsel. itrvn Mavvr, nt 10 p. m Inter
ment nt Cnlhrilril Cemetery. Remalna miv
be v levied on lrlday. nfter 7 pm. Automo
JteHr.VITT. On March 27. 1010. JAMES, be
loved huabnnd of Annie T McDevItt (nen
Cnrr). aged 01 jenrs Relnttvcs and friends
of the family nro respectfully Invited to at
tend funeral services. Frldny, 8 30 a. m.,
from his Into resldenre, 31)12 N. 18th st.
Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St.
Stephen's t hurch. at 10 a. m. Interment
Holy Sepulchro Cemetery.
McOINEKTY. On Mnrrh 50. 1010. JAMES T..
huaband of tho lato Rose ri. McUlnerty.
Duo notlco of tho funernl will bo given, from
hla lato residence. Halnea st . west of York
MrUHNNA On March 28. 1010, JOHN B.,
son of llanniih nnd Into Jnmes MrKenna and
brother of Rev C O. McKenna O. S. A
Relatives and friends of fnmlly urn respect
fully Invited tn nttend funernl. on Friday, at
H 30 11 in . from resilience nf his mother.
331! N. 03d st Solemn Requiem Mass nt Our
Lnily or Rosary Church nt 10 a, m. Inter
ment St Denis' Cemetery.
Mrl'NItlllT. On March 27. 1010, ELIZABETH
w Mcknight, wirn et John w. MeKnight
nged fit sears Relatives and friends nf
rnmlly nro Invited to attend funernl, Frl
rtnv. 2pm, front residence af her husband,
3.15 Sheduker st . Germnntown. Interment
JleNAI.LV. On March 28. 1010, ROSE O .
daughter of Edwnrd A. and Sndlo M. Me
Nnlly In thn loth jum of her age Relatives
nnd frlrndn, nnd children nf St. Gnbrlel's
t-ihool nro Invltnl to attend the funernl.
on Saturday, ut 7 30 u. m , from her
parenta' residence, 13J"i South 32d at. Sol
emn High Mass of Requiem at St. Gabriel's
Church nt 11 a m. Interment ut New Cnthc
JII'.I.I.ON. On Mnrrh 28. MARY MELT.ON
(nee McFndilen). widow of William Mellon
Relntlven nnd frlenda nre Invited to attend
funernl on Monday, nt 8 30 it. m . from tho
resldenco of her son-in-law. Lnwrenco Mc
Dermott 2(151 Llvlnaatnn t . (ISUi ward)
Solemn Requiem Mnes nt St Ann's Church,
ut II) o'clock Interment St Ann'n cemetery.
MULI.ON.On Marrh 21). CATHERINE II.,
widow of Lavvrenen Mellon Relatives and
friends ure Invited tn nttend funernl. on
Hilurdav. ut 8 3(1 n in . from her lato resl
denco Frankford uve and Conv tint lano.Tor
riadnle Solemn Requiem MnsH and Intcr
jnent nt St. Dominie a at 10 o'clock.
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MARGUERITE SNOW in
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Blanche Sweet ,n "mt "S&nw
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Mr.lER (ne Frlck). On March 27. IMC,
DOROTHY, wlfo of Herman Meyer, aged 84
years. Relatives and frlenda r Invited to
nttend funeral, Friday, at 1 p. m.. .from
residence of her aon-ln-Iaw. William Gless,
4551 North 17th st, Interment private, at
MORRRI.T.. Suddenly. March 29. CHARLES
T. MOIinEl.L, son of the lain Wallace and
Mary Morrell, aged 71 years Retatlv-ea and
friends, also Chester Iiodge, No. 238, F, and
A M . Tuscarorn Tribe. No. 20, I..O. R M.J
F.xcelslor lxidge. No. 0. I. O. M.s I.nrkln
Lodge, No 78, K. of P.; members of Poat
Wild of Chester, ti A. Il . and Major M. A.
Gherst Camp, No. Bl. S of V., of Darby,
are Invited to nttend tho funeral, on Satur
day, at 1 30 p. tn . from hla lato resldenre,
Hal 8. HRth st. Interment Mt. 7.lon Ceme
tery Remains may be viewed Friday even
Ing from 7 to 10 o'clock. Automobile
funeral INCH. On Mnrch 28, MAROARF.T 8 .
widow of John (J. Wunch Relatlvea nnd
frlenda am Invited to attend the funeral
services, on Friday, at 2 p m,, at her lato
residence. 40(1 Dupont St.. ltoxborough. In
terment private. Friends may call Thurs
day evening, 7 to 0 o'clock
MURRAY. On March 27, 1010. BUSAN.nldW
of John Murra llelatlves nnd frlenda aro
Invited to attend funeral, Frldey. at S'30
n m from resldencn of her brother. James
Keliv sm North 50(1 st West Phils. Sol
emn nequlem Mass at Church of Our Mother
nf Sn'rnvvs, nt It) n tn Interment nt Holy
t ross l emelery
NAi'Otmi. On March 27. 1010. JENNIH.
wife of Stephen Ns smith nnd daughter of
.tames and Agnes Drown, In her 31st year
llelatlves nnd frlenda nro Invited to nttend
funernl, on Saturday, nt 2 p m . from her
lato residence 1220 East Kedgley ave. Serv
ices In St. Paul's Church. Kensington ave
nnd Iluller st , nt 3 p. m. Interment Oakland
NFTTALL. On Mnrch 20, CHARLES, hus
band nf Ileatrlrn Jervls Nultall and son of
John and Martha Nuttall, aged 43 years,
Relatlvea nnd friends, also Lucius H. Scott
Lodge No 352. F, and A. M.. nnd all other
societies of which he wan a member, are In
vited to attend tho funeral services, on Frl
dnv. nt 8 p m . nt his Isle residence, 00
Km Hevmnur st , Germnntown. and at his
parents' resldenre. 340 Enst 11th st Ches
let. Pa . nn Siturdny, nt .1 p. m. Interment
at Cheater Rural Cemetery
O'lltllF.N On Mnrth 20. 1010. MAROARET
A , daughter of Eugeno and Agnes O'llrlen.
ng'd I yenrs and 7 months. Relatives and
friends are Invited to attend the funeral, on
Saturda, at 10 30 a m . from her parents'
resldenre. 203t North Napa at (near 31st
and Huntingdon sts ). Interment at Holy
r.WSON. At l.nnghnrne. Pa nn Merch 2R.
1I1III. SARAH ANN PAXSON. widow of
Thomna Paxson. aged R.I yenrs llelatlves
and frlenda nre Invited to attend the funeral,
without further notice on Saturday, at 2
p tn , from her late residence. North Belle
vue ave . Lnnghornc, Va Interment at Mid
dletown Friends' Hurling Ground l.nng
hnrne Pa, Carriages will meet nt Lnng
horno Station train leaving Reading Terminal
st 12 35
rinr.lt. On March 28. 1010. HARRIETT J.,
widow of Rev J. Teler. Relatives and
friends aro Invited to nttend tho funeral
services, on Friday, nt 2 p, m.. at her late
resldencn, 1700 Oxford nt. Interment pri
vate, nt West Laurel Hill Cemetery.
I'lRMANN'. On March 27. 101(1. WILHEL
MINA J., beloved wife of Christian Plrmann,
Jr. (nen Felder). aged 43 years. Relatives
and friends, nlso Arrhconfraternlty of tho
Holy Fnmlly. Sacred Heart League and Al
tar Society of St. nonlfaclua' Church, nre
Invited to nttend funeral. Friday, at 8:30
a m . from her late residence. 143 West
Norrls st. Requiem Mass at St. Bonlfaclus'
Church, at 10 n. m. Interment private.
POWrX. On March 8. 1010, FLORENCE,
wlfo of Joseph K, Powcl. Relatives and
friends nre Invited to attend the funernl
services, on rrlday. at 2 p. m., at the resi
dence of Mrs. A I. Powel. 20 Roberts ave,
Glenslde, Pa. Interment prlvnte.
PREOI.E. On March 27. 1010. CHARLES H..
eon nf tho Into Charles II and Sophia O.
Prenle. aged 00 yenrs Interment at Fern
wood Cemetery on Friday, at 3 p m.
RICHARDSON. On March 28. 1010. ROSE 8..
wife of William W P. Richardson, daughter
nf Jncnb nnd Marie Koch, aged' 38 yeara.
Relatlvea Bnd friends nre Invited to attend
funeral services, nn Sunday, at 2 p tn.. at
her parents' residence, 2410 North Bouvler
st Interment private, nt Woodlands Cemo
tery Remains may bo viewed on Saturday,
from 8 to 10 p m.
R I Kl 1 1.. On March 28. 1010. CHARLES IL.
husband nf Adallno A. Rlehl (nee Coffin),
nged 03 jears Relatlvea and friends, also
emi'loves of P. It. It., Pennsylvania Relief
and tno Tenn Yearly Benertclal Association,
nro Invited to nttend the funeral services, on
Siimli.v. nt 2 p. m . at his Into residence.
3215 Sergeant st. (32d nnd Cumberland sts ).
Interment at Greenmount Cemetery. Friends
may call Suturd iy. nfter 7 P.m.
St'llli'al.KR On March 27. 1010. HERMAN
SCHIHSLCH. son of John nnd Christina
Schlssler lnc HnucK), nged 20 years. Rela
tives and friends, nlso employees of the Se
curity Lean Company, are Invited to attend
tho funeial services, on Sunday, at 1 n. tn..
nt Ills parenta' residence. 720 South Park
ave Interment at Fernwood Cemetery. .u
tnmobllo funeral. Friends may call Saturday
nftcr 8 p. m
Vh. V-f avil-v " iT..i mmnint.
the STANLEY Booking Company.
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JULIUS STEGER in
"THE BLINDNESS OF LOVE"
WORLD FILM FEATURE .,
Robert Warwick '" "ZS?
Logan Auditorium "T&ES Ave.
ROBERT WARWICK in
T OOI TCT 2D AND LOCUST
JLiUCUOl Mats 1 30 and 3-30. 10c.
Kvgs U 30, 8. 0.30. 13c.
DE WOLF HOPPER In "DON QUIXOTE"
TOMORROW "THE PRICE OF MALICE"
Market St. Theatre 333 MArrnT
VITAORAPH PICTURES Present VIRGINIA
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SUE "GRAFT" I3VERY WEDNESDAY
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THE GRIP OF GOLD"
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THE TWO-EDOED SWORD"
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SrilURR. On Marth 2f. 11. ROSIEj I5
daughter of the late Joseph and. Johfnna
Schurr (nes Dokenwsdel). aged of. yosra,
Relatives and. friends, nlso.camT ,No, nj,
P. O S. of A., are invited to atlen thm
funeral, on Saturday, at 1 p. m... from her
late residence, 0153 Hoapeil si., .West Phlla.
Interment private, Northwood
Kindly omit flowers.
SMITH. On March 58. lfll". HARVET fl..
husband of Anna B, Smith (ne namm).
Relatives and friends, alto members .ot
Southwark Council. No 4, A O. of H, B.,
are Invited lo attend tho funeral, servleeci en
Thursday, at .8:15 p. m.( at his lata resi
dence. 2280 N. Delhi at. Further aertleet
nnd Interment on Friday, at 12:30 p, m . at
the New Goshenhoppen Church. East Green-"
ville. Pa. interment church burying tround.
SMITH. On March 28, 1010, JF.NNlE, Ivif.
of lwls Smith. Relatives and friends aril ln
vlted to attend the funeral services, on Sat
urday, at 2 p. m.. nt her lata residence, ,743
North 40th st. Interment private, at Mvun
Morlah Cemetery. Remalna may b vlewe
on Friday evening.
SMITH. On March 29. 1910. HARRY C..,sen
nf Margaret and the late Johnson Smith.
Due notice of the funeral will bn given, from
hla late resldenco 638 North 20th St.
BTrjnNnF.nn. Suddenly, on March 29, 118.
PHILIP, husband of Lena Sternberf, tvired
41 years llelatlves and friends, also iMt,
Morlah Lodge, No. IBS. F. and A. M.-pnel
Liberty Ixidse No 0. P R. A., ore Invited
to nttend the funeral services, on Friday,
at 2 11 m, precisely, at his lato residence,
300 Pine at Interment rrlvate.
STI'AVART. At his residence. 1RJ0 Oreemt
st , on March 20, 1BI0. Dr. RRUEL STEW
ART. In his 87th year. Funeral service and
SULLIVAN". Suddenly, at Balem, N. J." .on
.March 20. 1910, CORNELIUS A. SULLI
VAN, aged 46 years. Relatives and frlimde,
nlso members of A. O. It., No. 1; II. .Py p.
11. L O O. M . No 038. and O. H. B. A..
Branch No. 0. are Invited to attend tha
funernl, from his Into residence, 133 A-nr-renter
st , Salem. N. J . on Saturday, at
11 30 a m. High Mass of Requiem at St.
Msry's Church nt 10 a. m. Interment at St.
RI'I.LIVAN'. On March 20. 1910. CATJfA
RINB, widow of Dennis Sullivan (nee"Mo
Caffrey). Due notlco of tho funeral will be
given, from hr lata residence. 1234 Cabot
st (between Thompson and Stiles sts.,
THOMPSON. Suddenly, on March 28. 1919.
WILLIAM THOMPSON, aged 62 years, Due
notice of funeral will be given from hie JaU
resldenco, 54 North Tomona St., German
town T1I.TON. On March 20 1018. ELWOOD ITIIe
TON at his daughter's residence, 0104 North
Warnock at. Duo notlco of tho funeral will
T1VF.R. At Elllslmrg. N J., on March 28,
1010. JOHN Tivnn. In his 58th year. Rela
tives and friends nre Invited to attend tha
irienun are inviiru 10 uitcuu vuw
1 Friday, at 7 a. m., from his
ce, Marltnn pike, Elllsbunt. N. J.
nt the Church of Our Lady nf
tunerai, on Friday, at 7 a. m., irom nis
High Mass at
Good Counsel, Moorestown. N. J., at 7:30
a m interment at Mount Carmel ceme
tery. Carriages will meet trolleys at Had
donfleld nt 7 a. m. h
WARREN. On Marrh 28. 1010. HARRY
BELMONT, husband nf Margaret It. War'
ren. Relatives and frlenda are Invited to
attend the funeral services, on Saturday
afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, at his lata resi
dence, 701 North 41st street. Intorment
private at Westminster Cemetery.
WATSON On March 28. 1010, ' LAMBERT
WATSON, son of the lato Allen andOR.
becca Watson Relatlvea nnd frlenda of, tha
family, also Wautnnckee Tribe. No. 303. L
O of R M . and Carpentera" Local Union,
No 8. aro invited to nttend the funeral
services,! on Saturday nfternoon, at -1:30
o'clock, nt his lato residence. 2337 North
Opal street (20th and York streets.! " In
terment nt Magnolia Cemetery. Remains
may be viewed Friday evening, 8 to 10."
WIIITF.CAIt. On March 20, 1010, MARY
ELLA, wife of William II Whltecar. Due
notice of funernl will be given, at hor late
residence. 6300 Malcolm st.
WISIIHART. On March 28. 1010. ANNA 8.,
wire of Robert Wlshhart (nea Powell), Rela-'
tlves and friends nlso Harry Clay Council.
No. 00. Sons and Daughters of Liberty.-" are
tnvtted to attend the funernl services, on
Saturday, at 1 p m , at her late residence.
030 Powell st , Gloucester City, N. J. In
terment at Oakland Cemetery. Frankford.
Pn. Remains may be viewed Friday after
7 p, m.
WORKTZ. On March 28. 1010. OEOROri
FREDERICK WOERTZ. of 1710 North iOth
St.. aged 37 years. Relatives and friends,
nlso Continental Lodge, No. 100, 1C of P.:
Ilellevuo Council. No. 002., O, I. A.. and
Llthographera' Association's, A.. No.. 14,
nro Invited to attend tho funeral serrfces,
on Saturday, at 2 p. m.. nt tbs Oliver II.
llalr Building. 1820 Chestnut et. Interment
private, at Mount Morlah Cemetery. -
YOUNO On March 28. lOlO.riULIP YOUNO.
husband of Rebecca Young (nen Hhoada. la
his 85th year. Relatlvea and friends are
Invited to nttend the funeral services on
Saturday. April 1. at 2 p. m . at hla late
residence. Cove road and WcslOeld ave.. near
Merchantvllle, N. J. Services also at Trin
ity Lutheran Church. 18th and Wolf eta.,
Philadelphia, nt 4 p. m. Interment at Luth
flli AWIl 62D and MARKET STS.
,Jvrtlal- MAT DAILY. 2 P. M.. 80.
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