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SONS OF AMERICA TAlfi
OF SITUATION CREATED
. BY STONE'S ADDRESS
President Nonemaker's Criticism
of .Preacher's Statement Dia-
cussed Leader Say3 Organi
zations Can't Work
ELECTIONS NOT YET OVER
Btonemen and members of the Patriotic
Order Sons of America aro discussing the
situation which has arisen because of tho
address of the Rev. II. C. Stone, founder
nd head of the Stonemen's Fellowship, mado
before tho opening; session of the fiftieth
Annual convention and golden jubilee of the
The criticism directed against Doctor
eiinn's address by 1'resldent Clement E.
jfonemaker and Beveral visiting delegates
to the convention Ib today tho chief topic
of conversation around the P. O, S. of A.
headquarters at tho Hotel Walton. Doctor
Btone nsserted that the purpose of the two
organizations wero similar and that they
should get together. Shortly nfter the meet
ing yesterday It was rumored that a co
operative working principle would bo ar
ranged. This was denied by President
Noncmalter, who stated that the scopes of
the two bodleB differed widely.
Mr. Nonemaker said:
."The positblllty of such a coalition Is
an absurdity. Tho Patrlotlo Order Sons of
America contains both a religious and a po
litical side, but tho rcllglout character of
the body Is nonscctarlan and tho political
tide Is nonpartisan."
An emphatic dental of what Mr. None
maker said was mado today by I. Beltler,
president of tho press commltteo, .but Mr.
Konemaker, who was present at the tlmo,
repeated the statement to tho newspaper
men and also said ho did so becauso It was
In answer to numerous questions asked him
on that subject.
Another prominent ofllclal of the order
said this morning that the Stoncmen had
aroused a great deal of feeling among mem
bers of tho local camps of the order, and
he added that tho npplause which greeted
Doctor Stone when ho took tho stage at tho
Academy of Music came from tho Philadel
Tho spirited fight for tho presidency dur
ing tho coming year resulted In favor of
Ernest E. Clark, of Pittsburgh, tho former
Vice president, who, It It Is said, Is tho
champion 01 mo reactionary taction, said
to havo opposed tho attempt to ro-clcct
Gabrlal Moyer, of Lebanon, won n close
contest for the vice presidency. He defeated
E H. Bulllngton by only" 22 votes. Robert
Clauser was chosen Stato conductor and the
position of Stato Inspector wa.3 won by M.
II. Haas. 'WllkeB-Barro was selected as tho
next meeting place for tho convention.
After counting tho ballots untlt an early
hour this morning, the election board an
nounced that the rule requiring a candidate
to have at least GO per cent of tho voto cast
for an ofllce would necessitate a second elec
tion fnr many officers today.
A second ballot to choose candidates for
positions which were not filled yesterday
was taken at tho morning session.
Presentations to camps showing tho larg
est Increase In membership for the last year
were made this morning by National Presi
dent J. Calvin Straycr, of New York. A
large American flag was presented to Camp
No. 281, of Chester, for the largest Increase,
182 new membors. Tho flag was accepted
by John W. Harper, Stato conductor, on be
half of tho camp. More than ono hundred
certificates of merit wero presented to other,
amps for showing an Increase of 15 mem
bers or over.
A night session will be held at tho Acad
my of Music at 8 o'clock.
EVENING LEDaEEr-PHILADELPHIA", WEDNESDAY, 'AUGUST 23, 1910.
CHANGES NAME; ADOPTS
NEW SYSTEM OF WORK
Now Kne-wn as Catholic Federa
tion of the United States.
To Try Boston Plan
DIOCESE IS THE UNIT
NDW YORK, Aug. 23. Kansas City was
chosen this afternoon as convention city
for 1917 by tho National Federation of
Catholic Societies All the old officers,
headed by John Whalen, of New York! as
president, were reelected, except John n.
Hrennan, of Boston. The convention ad
journed shortly after noon.
Tho convention voted to change the name
of the organization to the Catholic Federa
tion of the United States nnd to organize
under the Boston plan with tho diocese as
the unit of organlrallon rather than tho
Stato or county. This plan will flrnt be sub
mitted to tho bishops of tho United States
for their approval.
A debate occurred between Col. Patrick
Henry Caltahan, of Louisville chairman of
the religious prejudice commtttoe of the
Knights of Columbus, nnd Joseph B Brort
nan,. of Boston, during tho morning Besston
of tho Federation.
Callahan had praised tho non-Catholics of
tho country for their tolerance.
CATHOLICS AHC CITIZENS.
"Much has been mado of tho factihat tho
Catholics form dne-slxth of the population
of this country," ho Bald. "I want to com
pliment tho five-sixths for their tolerance.
Catholics hao been able to do more nnd to
progreis farther In Now York than In somo
Bronnan, speaking as an Individual,
gained the floor by vote of tho Federation
and characterized Callahan's remarks as
"ridiculous" nnd as "spreading soft soap,"
declaring Catholics nro American citizens
Rnd have tho same Tights as others.
"One purposo of thl3 contention," Calla
han said, "la to tlllluslon tho minds of non
Catholics of the belief that Catholics look
only through the eyes of tho capitalists. It
Is very ovldcnt that thero Is no Catholic
unanimity. I picked up n newspaper today
which showed that Catholics voted three
different ways on the Mexican question.
"Tho question of religious prcjudlco Is
more Important than the question of tho
hyphenate. IJnlosn It Is considered nnd Its
Influences counteracted religious prejudlco
will do more damago to this country than
Catholic voters throughout tho United
States were "Urged, nt a mas3-mcetlng of
the German Itoman Catholic Central Voreln
here last night, to unlto nnd cast their In
fluence at tho polls 'where It will best sub
servo tho high and holy principles" for
which Catholics stand. James F. Zlpf, pres
ident of tho Conzaga Union of St. Louis,
who mado the appeal, declared thero were
at least 3,000,000 Catholic voters In tho
country "quite a force," ho said, "for tho
bringing about of proper conditions."
Arrangements Being Mado for Funeral
of Former Politician
Arrangements are bolng mado for the
funeral of Edward Furlong, 70 years old,
widely known for many years In political
circles, who died yesterday nt his home,
651 North Tenth street. He had been 111
for nearly two months from Brlght's dis
ease. Mr. Furlong lived In Camden for
many years beforo coming to this city.
He was active In Republican politics In the
Twentieth Ward hero ancl was at one tlmo
business manager of tho Philadelphia North
American. After the ownership of tho pa
per changed he was associated with the
late Henry L. Bonsall In the publication of
the Camden Daily Post beforo Its merger
with the Camden Post-Telegram. After the
consolidation Mr. Furlong was connected
with the advertising and circulation de
partments of the Public Ledger.
Mr. Furlong was a member of the old
Fire Commission, serving with the late
Hamilton Dlsston. He Is survived by his
Widow, who was his second wife.
AWARDS TO INDEPENDENT ELKS
Money Prizes Distributed to Partici
pants in Parade
Congressman William S. Varc, heading
the judges of the Independent Order of
Klks's parado, awarded tho following prizes
at Point Breoze Park:
Uniformed lodgo coming the longest dis
tance, $100, to the Capital City Lodgo, of
Best dressed lodge, $50 to Capital City
Lodge, of Richmond, Va.
Best band, $100, to tho Monumental
Lodgo Band, of Baltimore, Md Capital City
Lodgo received tho second prlzo for tho best
A prlzo of $25 was awarded to Wilming
ton Lodgo for tho best drilled lodgo.
Members of tho order nro on a sight
seeing tour of tho city today.
A four-cornered fight for grand exalted
ruler developed at the Grand Lodgo session
In St. Peter Claver's Hall this morning. The
next convention will bo held In New Haven,
Conn., or Cleveland, O.
I)ont suffer from Varicose
Jelnii. Jr Ulcers, Weak Ankles,
Swollen Legs, or other UK
troubles which need constant, cer
C0IILI.S8 LACED STOCKINO
will make you harpy and easy.
Throw away torturlne olastlcs or
troublesome Lamlauea. and forcet
Irs troubles. Corliss Slorklngs
made to measure, without elastic,
wear for many months Wash
able and sanitary, lleht nnd dur
able. Cait nnlv 11. 75 pnrh. nr
two for the same limb. 3.00, and
you'd gladly pay much mora for
the support and ease Call and
be measured free, or write for
self.measurement blank No. 10.
Hours 0 to a dally; Sat. 0 to 4.
We also make abdominal belts
(non-elastlci to order.
I'ennu. Corlfm I.Unb Kprrlalty Co.
1211. 13. in Filbe-t St., 1'hlla.. Pa.
Suite -ISO. Dell phono Walnut vol.
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So says the United States Geo
Here is a grandeur and sublimity
of scenery unlike anything else
on the continent incomparable
glaciers proceeding from the slopes
of stupendous Mt Rainier, giant
trees, rising to a height of 300 feet
and more and acres of gorgeous
Alpine flowers all these wonders
centers Seattle andTacoma.
Enroute to this master wonder of Nature
is the master achievement of man cec
triflcation to thrill and tell its fasci
nating story before your very eyes.
Smoothly, silently, and with infinite ease
the powerful electric locomotives haul the
aU. steel trains, "The Olympian" and
"The Columbian," over the mighty
Rockies. No smoke to obscure your vision,
no cinders or gas fumes to disturb your
Milwaukee & St. Paul
laKfSPSL, , SaJ fir Rolnkr Path anjelhcrlraoj
mBmWh M G. J. LINCOLN ?
WJBMfwlJm-. A General Agent ?M$R
WwflMSmmi. 818 Chestnut Street jffi
ryfclMi5M Philadelphia, Pa. n53q&
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SISTERS LICENSED TO WED
Young Women Go for Permits Ono
Serves as Guardian forOther
Two sisters, Alice nnd Knthryn nIn
Ingcr, 21 years nnd 19 years old, respec
tively, obtained marriage licenses this
morning. They elder sister, who resides at
4230 TerraCe street, will be married to
.Augustus McDoyltt) 28 years old, a. dealer,
of 201 Hermit street.
Kathryn gave her residence aft 169 Green
lane. She will wed Charlei Helms. 23 years
old, a plumber, of Haines strctft and Ogontz
nvenue Both parents of tho girls nre
dead, nnd It nai neceslary for Knthryn to
hae a leg-al guardian nppolnted by tho
Orphans' Court. After obtalnlnc her
license, Allco ncted as fruardlnn for her
alitor. They will be married by the Hev.
V n. Chalfont.
Other llccrfses Issued today were:
Stephen Hntznl, 401 U. Orlnnna st., and Louise
A Loefflor, 4230 N. neese at. . .
Clarence Oreeory, 0T.12 Chew st., and Florence
T. Miller. 47 1! 1'hll-r.liena M. . , .
Arlstltlns II, Ko7nltns. 28(1 B. 10th St., nd
Murli Msiou. 210 H. 10th St.
nrnest rturke, a 112 HmernM St., and Helen Mil
ler. 2730 KlrUbrld st. ,
Stefan Ochltowskl, 2700 Indiana ave., and Bte-
fanla Zuehkinska. 2147 Illrd t.
Charles A Carr, R5B N 20th St., and Julia Ills
slnicerf 2018 Omlcn st. . .
Itenjamln P MncNral. 603 N, 83d Bt., and Lucy
P. Wntson. 180 Howarth st. .,
Casper Knrrell 3500 Warren St., and Sadie Tay
lor. 2000 8 71st at.
Stanlslaw Puleckl, 4024 Bermuda St., and Mary
CrckaJ, 4024 llermuria. st.
Prancls A Hern. 2110 n. Clearfield st., and
. Ploranca A. .Harm. "15 K. Cornwall st.
Joseph M. O'Brien, 1S20 Mt. Vemon St., and
Anna, M O'Neill, 400 N BOth st.
Chnrles p Magulre, 44R0 N. 18th St., and Anna
. M McPall, 453S Wayne ave.
William N. Davis, 803 Lombard st , and
Josephlna K Alexander, HarrUbure, Pa.
Marriage Licenses nt Elkton
ELKTDN, Md , AllBUSt23. The following
mnrrlago licences wero Issuod here today:
IMward J. Dugan nnd Frances 13, McCornv
lch, Paul Hentschho and rjllrabeth Moyor,
Ocorco P Francis and Ivy T. Corllos, all
of Philadelphia; Lawrence Small, Brooklyn,
and Treslo McKeefery, Philadelphia; Del
mar Parrants, Town Point, Md , and Hdlth
McClcllnn, Philadelphia; Ardon I Albert
sen nnd Allco Munnoy, PcnnBtrrove, N, J. ;
James V Wright, Coatesvlllo and Anna II.
Mondolhall, Parkorsbunr. Pa.; James It.
Cox and Klva M. File, Wilmington, Del.
Arrangements nro being made today for
tho funeral of John Jennings, 86 years old,
who died yesterday at his home, 1741 South
Seventh street. Camden. Ho Is survived by
his widow nnd two sons, one of whom Is
Dr. Charles II. Jennings, of Merchantvllle,
Si Crede a Parigi Che lo Sbarco
Italiano e Russo a Salonicco
Debba Influenzarc la
GLI ACCORDI RAGGIUNTI
ItOMA, 23 Agosto.
itananl, costrettl a rcslnra presso
cho Inoperosl sulla fronte dell'Isoiizo almeno
per quanto rlguarda oporazlonl In grandc,
nttaccano 11 ncmlco nltrove, suite Alpl. II
generate Cadorna annuncla tnfattt clio lo
truppe ttallane hanno conqulstato nuovo
posUtont ncllo Alpl Dolomltlcho e preclsa
monto nella zona delle Tofane.
Ecco It tcito del rapporto odlerno del
II ncmlco ha bombardato lntcnsa
mento lo nostro poslzlonl In fondo
alia vatle dell'Astlco, martcdl sera, ma
nl bombardamento non feco scgulro
alcun attneco dl fanterlo. Nella slessa
sera un tentatlvo del ncmlco dl nvan
zaro tra Cnsalo Zlngarelle, Casalo
Zebto o Pastorllo, BuU'altoplano dl
Aslngo, fu arrestnto dal fuoco dcllo
Ierl nella 70na delle Tofnne, dopo una
vlolcnta ed efTIcace prcparazlone delto
nostro nrtlgllerlo lo nostre truppo nl
plno o dl fnntoria conqulMarono fortl
potlzlonl nomlcho sullo fnlde occidental!
delta Tofana Terza e netla vallo del
Travenanzes. II nomlco soffcrso gravl
HEAL- ESTATE FOR SALE
Victor and Home
A new principle: con
stant supply, 24 to 30
(als,, le, llttts ludla
Accept no substitute.
Thero Is nothing
"Just as Bond "
Send for Free llooklet.
45 N. Second St.
perdlte e not facemmo una quarantlna
Nella zona dl Gorilla rl hanno duellt
dl nrtlgllerlo. Ncl pomerlgglo dl lerl un
reparto nemlco che si avvlclnava nl
torrente dl vertolba fu resplnto e
lasclo' sul terreno moltl cadaver!.
In questl clroott politic! si contlnua ft
dlcutcre lo sbarco delfo forze Itallane n
Salonicco, dl cul pcro' nulla o' Btato an
nunclnto umdalmente qui. Notlzle che si
hanno da Parlgl dlcono cho II contlngcnto
Italiano sbarcuto a Salonicco e' dl propor
zlonl Importantl o cho lo sbarco o' consider
nto In Francla come dl grande slgnlflcato
moralo glacrho' mostra una volta dj plu' la
stretta cooperazlono che eslste tra tuttt
gll atleatl. Inoltro st pensa cho II contln
gcnto Italiano, Inslemo col contlngcnte rii'mo.
formcra' un notevote rlnforzo dcllo truppo
che gll atleatl avovano nella Pcnlsoin Hnl
canlca formato soltanto dl frnnccsl, lngtesl
La pcrteclpazlono Itallana alia campngnn
balcanlca mostra Inoltro cho nccordl pre
clsl 8ono statl rnggluntl tra l'ltalla o gll
alleatl nel campo politico, glaccho' flnora
era noto cho I'ltnlla bi nstenev.a dal par
tsclparo alia campagna balcanlca a causa
delle profondo divcrgenze che, a proposltlo
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ncglstered in U. S. and Canada
Nourishes nnd strengthens the follicles
and thus promotes the growth of the
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of unhealthy accumu
lations and secretions.
Gives a rich gloss, Is
highly perfumed nnd
free from oil, makes
tho hair light and
fluffy. Send 10a for
Applications nt all flrst
class Barber Shops.
467 W. 34th St.,
Sold by att druggists,
or send $1.00.
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To Every Buyer in
nmfc, 1 1
We are giving $15 in addition
to the big reductions of $100 to
$300 on scores of guaranteed, little
IS GOOD FOR
on any Piano In this Sale bought betweon this date and
August 31, 1916
If presented nt tlmo of purchase. Only one coupon
taken on any ono purchase. .
F. A. NORTH CO.
D. I 8-23-16
(Made by Auto Piano Co.)
Full Size. Mahogany. Like
Large Size. Handsome
Mahogany Case. 88-Note.
Like New. Magnificent
flTTIT J Mahogany.
UUILI Medium size.
Cost new $250. Our price
Cost new $500. Our price
MraES1" """ Fu"
Cost new $300. Our price
Cost new $300. " Our price
Cost new $300. Our price
U'CTU'V Lar&8 slit. Mahogany,
l!ajlljX ' Excellent condition.
Cost new $450. Our price
Cost new $375.
T T7CT17I? Mahogany case.
L1!aj1IjH Large size.
Cost new $550.
Cost new $350.
Cost new $400.
Burl walnut. LIko new.
T?nAT TT TITTT'fl (Ilenne),
LUUUMW JULtta Mahogany.
Cost new $315.
Cost new $350.
(Ifeppe). Large size.
Mahogany. Like new.
T 17CIT1I7D Medium size. Fine
Cost new $350.
(Blaslus), Large size. Ma
hogany case. Nearly new.
Cost new $325. Our price
Largo mahogany upright.
Cost new $600. Our price
11tW A ln,fcarBa "'" Mahogany case.
liUWAIUJ Nearly new.
any. Fine tone.
STEINWAY IT"- Swee;
Cost new $500, Our price
Cost new $275.
J. & C. FISCHER
Cost new $400.
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1306 Chestnut St.
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1306 CHESTNUT ST PHILA.
Gentlemen: Please eend me your complete bargain list
and full details of your easy-payment plan, without In
terest or extras.
dell'Albanla o delle lo!e deft'Egeo occupate
dall'Italla, eolstevano tra Orcein cd Italia.
Intanto nl nttendo con an s tela' la de
cisions della Rumania Tutto fa credere
che nuestn declslono sla gla' stata prcsa e
che II govcrno rumeno alia concludendo gll
tiltlml nccordl forse dl natura mllltare, In
fattl contlnuano, a. quanto nffermano tele
gramml da Parlgl, le trattativo con l'addot
to mllltare russo n Ilucarest. Da fonto
autorevolo si npprende che la Itumnnla
potra' mobllltaro circa 800,000 uomlnl che
linnno nvuto una lunga prcparazlone e che
sono stntl perfettamente lstrultl. Qualche
glornale ptrlglno anzl affnceln l'ldca che lo
nbarco delle truppo russo a Satonlcco eta
sjnto operate epecfatmefits eon lo wevgn I '
Influenzaro la decisions della, JRutratsA- f
o Che I'lstecsc- c6po nbbla. avutfl lo
del contingent Italiano.
Ad ognl modo ' un fatto che tanfd n. rv
lino cho a Vienna si e YiTamente mltar
matl per I'lncognlta rumena, Dlief
gluntl da Bucarert alia capitate ungherew
dlcono che Hon VI el alcun idubblo che II
presldcnto del conslgllo rumeno, Bralhm
Abbla ragglunto gll nccordl rtecessarlf eon
lo potenze dell'Intefca o che altra tratUtrm
per l'lnterventb elano affatto inutlll. II
dlspacclo agglunge eh contlnuano ad
rlvare In Ilumanla munlzlonl Invlate dal In.
Francla e dalla Itussta.
Remarkable Road And
Race Track Records
JUNE, July and August have re
corded a scries of remarkable
racing records achieved with the
aid of Goodyear Cord Tires.
These victories arc valuable be
cause they offer corroborative evi
dence of the very qualities for which
Goodyear Cord Tires are famous.
The terrific speed of the shorter
contests, and the sustained speed of
the longer ones, arc added proof of
that stoutness, liveliness and spcedi
ness which every Goodyear owner
experiences in cvery-day use, and
which led to the adoption of Good
year Cord Tires as standard equip
ment on the Franklin, the Packard
Twin-Six, the Locomobile, the Peer
less, the White, the Haynea .Twelve;
and the Stutz.
Goodyear Cord Tire achieve
ments to date have been aa
Wotld'e record for one mile on one-mile track.
Dei Molnea, la., June 25. 1916, Do Plm
driving Mercedes car. Bpeed at tho rate of
103 miles per hour.
World'e record for S miles oa oae-tnll track.
Dei Molnei, la., Lewis drrrinc Crawford
car, 3 minutes, 3 seconds. BS miles per
Fourth place, 150-mtlc race on one-mlla track.
Ds Moines, Is-. June 26, 1916, Lewis driv
ing; Crawford car.
First place, SO-mlle race, on coe-tnUe track,
Dea Moines, la., June 26, 1916, Lewis driv
ing Crawford car. 89 miles per hour.
Second plsce, 20-mile race, Dt Moines. la.;
June 26, 1916, Lewis driving Crawford car.
92 miles per hour.
Second place. 10-mllo race, D Moines. Ia
Jane 26, 1916, Lewis driving Crawford car.
90 miles per hour.
sTlrst place, S-mile race, one-mile track, Des
Moines, Isu, June 26, 1916, Lewis driving
Crawford car. B0 miles per hour,
First place, 100-mile race. 1M mils dirt track
Jpoor condition), Kansss City. Mo- Da
'alma driving Mercedes car. 63 miles per
First place, Eddie Rlckenbacher driving Max
well car. Third place, Lewis driving Craw,
ford car. Fourth place, DePalma driving
Mercedes car. Fifth place. Henderson driv
Ing Maxwell car. 3S0-mlIe race on 2-mile
track, at Tacoma. Wash., Aug. 5, 1S16.
Speed of winner 89 miles per hour.
In this race, tie Hggest event or the season
on the Padfie Coast, and one of tho few
c3. "cosjidxed by the American Auto
mobllcAuoclation. Eddie Rlckenbacher won
on Goodyear Cord Tires without tire trouble.
He changed his four tires for safety's sake
only. Lewis who won third changed but
one tire. De Patma who won fourth changed
but one tire. Henderson who won firth wens
through the entire race without stop.
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