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EVJGKItta .LEDGEK ll-lJLADldW-HlA, Tl-ITJIWDAY. SlCPTlfBKB 28 1010
YN MAWR HORSE
SHOW OPENS WITH
BIGGEST ENTRY UST
Ijflgtorlc Exhibition on Mnin Line
Promises 10 icupau xi"
liant Record of Predecessors
PRIZES EXCEED $10,0 0 0
.. n.n Mawr Horse Show opened to-
r..i .. thn crounds of the Horse Show
ITjiecUtlon Bl Dryn Mawr with nn entry
ftayiYreater In most events than ever before
lain In some repccts exceedtnit anything
EST association hnii known. More than
ItioOO" In prlies will be awarded to win-
Piir. during the. four days of the show,
ijrtlch wll' close on Tuesday.
A cloudy sky with tho hint of showers
fcune over tho grounds when the show
S,nfd this morning, but a mild atmos.
!rt and the hope of clearing later lured
iml a sood'slicd throng of spectators and
Ely a few raincoats. Fall costumes have
Mt made their appearance yet. though be-
tore the show Is over most of tho new Ideas
In dreJS for both men and women will ho
m.. .iixw will maintain Its standard as
Hta best exhibition of hunters In tho coun
try and this year will establish a new
"il-j n. i,alnir the largest entry of draft
Series. The exhibition Is noted as tho
(ergot nunier snow nirniuj.
k ft.. American Clydesdale Association has
Mtde tlie Bryn Mawr show Its official ex
hibition, and tho Tercheron Society of
America has taken similar action. Both as
oclatlons will offer n number of special
IwlJes In addition to the horse show prlies
iiirarded by tho Bryn Mawr association.
No children will bo admitted to the show
itintll Saturday. Tho State Health Depart
I went has directed that admission bo denied
"-mMr.n under sixteen years of age until
latter September 29. Tho order has caused
Ethe shifting of four classes, which wero
?iii orleinally for Thursday, until Satur-
VtttT and Monday.
S More than $10,000 In awards will be
1 ghen. The biggest prize will bo the gold
.r,l1ne cun. offered by Joseph n. Wldener.
alt Is valued at $1000, and the first leg was
wn4&st year d- r. ana .urn. uumii u.
fVslentlne, of Highland Farm. Bryn Mawr.
s Challenge cups In the harness and saddle
classes will also be offered.
i New members of the board of directors
tthls year are J. Ni Conyngham, W.llkes-
tBarre. representing tne wiae.uaie jHsocia
Itlon: J. E. White, of Leesburg, "Va., repre-
iuntlng the Percheron society, anu J. bian-
ley Iteeve, of Haverford.
P diss 110, Jumping class for irre-n hunter;
utnlyivon ay uranuywino mauiva, aimiiiueri
Is-rond. Chilton stables. Cohurg Hoy; third,
FrhlHon Stablei. Oracle; V. II. C, Mir Adam
i Beck's Melbourne.
IN; The Hound Show summaries are;
Cltts 1, American hounds, unentered nog
tkniinil- Vnn bv Hamu-1 1. Hlddle'8 Hnot: sc
lend. W. a. Utile's Spot; third, Samuel D.
5 Riddle's Tllot.
v. Class 3. American hounds, couple or unentered
Igor hounds Won by Samuel D. Illddle'a Tllot
Class fi, American bounds, dog hounds Won
er Samuel n. Rlddls'a Hob; second. W. U.
Uttle'j Dlstral; third. Samuel D. Illddle'a Andy.
Clasa 7, American hounds, rouple of dog
Eooanas -won Dy snmuei if. tuuaie s uouiuer
;nil House! second. Samu-1 D. Itldille'a Sam And
'And?; third. W. U. Little's Dr. Steel and Three
fr Claia 10. American hounds, stallion hounds
1 Won by Ssmuel I). Illddle'a Jerry; second, aim-
2 Ml D. Riddle's Hock.
6QCIETY AT HOUSE SHOW
PUTS END TO DULL SEASON
p BMTN MAWR, Pa.. Sept. 28. Despite
gtfce, fact that U)e sun had refused at first
j to smile on the opening day of the Horse
sEhowr, a goodly number of society folk. In
morning frocks and sweaters, apneared
f'early on the scene to see the first events.
Owing to the fact that bo many persons
.have prolonged their stays away Into the
autumn, the season has been ery dead" so
. far, and It was a Joyous relief to see so
J.tnany familiar faces around the oval and
R en the green.
Among the early arrivals were Miss Char
ge lotte Rush, who wore a brown cloth suit, a
u crown velvet toque and a seal fur scarf.
Pr An Interesting group Included Mr. and .Mrs.
J. Stanley Iteeves. Mr. and Mrs. Victor
j mr ana air. ana airs. Alexander urown.
Kill Elizabeth Miller entertained her two
' ruetts. Miss Becky White and Miss Mary
jft Bonsall. With them were Miss Cecily
i-ISeanor Hobb appeared In n pink sweater
?and smart brown straw hat. Miss Gladys
LEarle looked well In a blue sweater and tan-
color straw sailor.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Chew arrived
early, Mrs. Chew wearing n, reseda green
J sport suit and smart black velvet hat. With
jthem were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Straw
' bridge. Mrs. Strawbrldtre wore a tan rid-
ling habit and a dark-brown harem veil.
Mr. and Mrs. Wlkoft Smith watched the
exhibition of Jumper's from the green.
j miss Christine Baker looked well In a
7 dark-green sweater and green cloth sport
Mrs. Sydney Bullen Dunn arrived toward
snoon, wearing an old-rose sweater over a
(short Unen skirt and sheer blouse. Her hat
of cretonne was effective.
SLOVE OF FINERY LED TO THEFT
3Puline Lamdezk Steals $100 Worth of
Employer's Clothes and Is '
The deslm tn nniun foniitlful ttViln
Bifid flnerlH raailltwH In tt,A thrmm nt nt
niaventeen-vear.nlH Taniin T.amriAis Ar
LTwenty-thlrd and Callowhlll streets.
IPaullne, who was employed as a servant by
tMra, Bertha Thall, of 195lSouth Twenty
toond street, vanished one day. More than
r" jnn oi cioining disappeared at tne
The rlrl waa irrait kw TMbIa n.t..
Rtlre Cope, of the Twentieth and Federal
iMaglstrate Bakir this morning.
." was placed In charge of the Court
taV? f ocle,y ttn1 'will remain In Its care until
' iwemy-one years of age.
WANTS CUSPIDORS AT SHORE
Mrs. J, Harrison Smith Wants Board-
walk Improved Bacharach
ornV,TiVM,C CITYTs7pt. !. rretty and
w.m.T ' cu'",,d0"' I" th form of sand
.nwiiJ f 'I1. nrdwalk are necessary,
i. .?li ,0.Mr"- J- rrlson Smith, who
Is stopping at the Traymore Hotel.
mi tf..lJil2LMayor Uarry n- Hacharach
f.t J! ".? 0PCTr Doctor Talbott by letter
fo -I. V11 8houl1 Provide such receptacles
way to btautlry ,h tlK wooden-
U.;iBmllh'Ah0 !' n trong advocate of
Pk. . ..i .?nd hyB,en. ld In her lcttet
.5. 'tlnnl10 cly was a beautiful city and
?;,' T01', 1 rame tnere t0 "t and regain
their health, and It was Important to have
the sand boxes In order that the health
of the community be, preserved.
Mayor Bacharach said;
'I do not see the necessity for the cus
pldors. A pretty big cuspidor of sand out
lines the Boardwalk. I hae neer seen the
ordinance forbidding splttlnk on the Board,
walk violated. 1 doubt whether they ould
e?.r. . u,'', nnd ,f lho Clty Commissioners
III take any action relative to the matter."
to university museum
Bequest Mainly for Egyptinn
Exploration nnd Antiquities.
$100,000 for Faculty Salaries
A legacy of SSOu.uOn Is left for th lint.
erslty of Tennsyhanla Museum In tho will
of Kckley Brlnton Coxe, Jr., ono of Its
founders and most liberal patrons, who
died at the Coxe summer residence, Drlf
ton. Pa., lakt week.
Tho exact amount bequeathed to the Uni
versity Museum wai mads known today
by Charles Sinkter and John Cadwalader,
Jr., who were named by Mr. Coxe as his
executors under the will.
Besldesjthe half million, the Income of
which Is To be used exclusively for the mu
seum. In so far as ft may be needed for tho
Egyptian section and for meeting the needs
of that section for explorations and ex
penses of transportation of collections, Mr
Coxe left $100,000 In trust to the UnUersity
of Pennslvanla, to be applied to increasing
This endowment Is to be known as the
"Charles Brlnton Coxe Kndowment Kund."
Other bequests are:
Children's Hospital. Philadelphia. J100,.
000 for endowment; $10,000, the Income to
be npplled for Christmas presents nnd
dinner at the hospital for the children,
nurses, servants and dispensary staff,
Y. M. C. A., Freeland. J5000.
Pennslvanla Epileptic Hospital and
Colony Farm, $26,000. for endowment. "
Philadelphia Orthopedic Hospital and
Infirmary for Nervous Dleases, $50,000,
Leonard Hall, South Bethlehem, $50,000,
Mining and Mechanical Institute of Free
land, Pennsylvania, $25,000, the Income to
be used as trustees may determine.
LITHE GIRL KILLED
BY AN ICE WAGON
Youthful Companions Make Un
availing Efforts to Drag
. Her From Peril
The efforts of 41 e-year-old Paul Summer
and his olght-y"?h.-old sister, lretta, to
saxe little Veronica, Summer, three jemrs
jold, proved futile today when the latter was
crushed to death by an Ice wagon near her
home, nt B12 Pine street, Camden.
The llttlo girl's mother was standing In
a doorway holding n aw enter, which she
wanted the child to wear while playing.
An Ice wngon wa coming down the street
ns the little girl started to get the sweater.
The mother shouted to her to wait, Ve
ronica misunderstood and darted in front
of the horses. It was then tbnt Paul nnd
!,oretta ran to save her. The boy reached
out to catch her dress, but was brushed
aside by his older sister, who wns nfrald
that he. too, would be killed.
Veronica Summer was trampled by the
United States Loan Society
117 North Broad St.
414 S. Mil at. 2518 Grrmnntown are.
Alfred M. Bloomingdale
Original Ideas in
217 Walnut St.
anscom s v
are serving Grand Banquet,
the world's finest coffee, at 5c
a cup with pure fresh cream.
Hit MAKKKT ST.. AM) IIRANCIIES
Insist en a "TIlinENT." Often
Imitated never equaled.
ANK lOUR ri.U.MIIKn or
rhlla. Meter Co. Vfl Real
Estate Trust Ilulldlnr.
Chas. Delancr Allen's system of Character
Analysis. Tuts.. Oct., 8, 8 p. m. First of 10
lecture course. Ladles Invited
West Ilrancli V. M. C. A.. B2d and Hansom 81s.
Tailoring of Refinement
When a man goes to the
trouble of praising Dixon
Tailoring and Dixon. Service
to his friends, It's a sure sign
he's positive that our skill,
ability to please and prices
are right. Word-of-mouth
publicity has placed a lot of
names upon our lists that
give rery Indication of
being there to stay.
Fall nnd winter
woolens in attrac
tive, beautiful col
orings. $35 $55
1111 Walnut Street
Shoes for Fall
with. Brown Mueda
' Uppers 111),
To appreciate just how
..dainty and stylish these new
t models are, you muse see
them. The 'fashion lines are more graceful than
mere words could suggest the new shade combinations,
too, are more dalightfiil than ever before.
SorOSis Shoe CO. Chwtnut Streat
horses, although the driver1. Thomas Wheel
ing, did All In his power to stop them
He picked the girl up and went with all
possible speed to the Cooper llospltnl Her
mother coltaped when she saw the little
girl's form Under the horses' feet
On being revived by neighbors, she was
placed In a passing carriage and taken to
tho Cooper Hospital, where tho child had
been taken In the Ice wngon
The little girl died as her mother dashed
to her bedside still cnrrlng the little red
The driver was arrested.
Says Japan Women Cold to Voles
Tho women of Japan are not Interested
In woman suffrage, according to Miss
Susan llnuernfelnd, superintendent of the
Kvnngcllcnt Association Illblo Training
School nt Toklo, who Is v, siting nt the
home of Mrs. Wilson A. Dolly, 2711 North
Excursion of Letter Carriers
The nnnunl excursion of the Keystone
Ilranch. Xo. 157, National Association of
Letter Carriers,' to Mauch Chunk nnd the
Switchback will be held on Sunday, October
1 The proceed" from the excursion nro
used to mnlntnln the sick benefit branch
of the organization.
FLAMES DESTROY SIX
HOUSES IN RURAL TOWN
New Holland, Lnncnster County,
Pn., Scene of Fire Big Cnr-
ringe Works Burned
LANCARTUrt, Pa.. Sept !g-sSljc build
ings. Including the big ltoseboro carriage
works and the Wr'ght bakery. In New
Holland, were destroed by fire today.
The blnio started In the ltoseboro plant,
sprend to the Weller residence adjoining
nnd destroyed both The Wright bakery
next was destrojed, together with the sta
ble and dnelllng houses nnd KM Hess's
garage. The New Holland National Hank
wns badly i.corched.
Neighboring fire companies nnd the
Unndywlne Company, of West Chester, re
sponded to calls for aid. f
Wilmington Schools Stay Closed
WII.M1NOTON, Del.. Sept 2 Health
officials of this city hao postponed for
another week the opening of public school.
owing to the Increase In Infantile paralysis.
abbbHGS!7VV9bWHHL sP4fiP'vilC5&eSaaMa&SEa SbbbibISbb!HkvK!V
longs from the Heart
of Merry Old Ireland
V MIE Land of the Shamrock has produced and
1 inspired some of the best-loved "songs of the
-- heart" that have sung their way into our affections.
Chauncey Qlcott, among other famous artists, has made some
Columbia Doubfe-Disc Records that will touch the very heart-strings
of every son of the Emerald Isle. These
records by Olcott and others arc partic
ularly fine examples:
k f I LOVE THE NAME OF MARY.
Chauncey Olcott, Tenor.
WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING.
Chauncey Olcott, Tenor.
MACUSHLA. Hardy Williamson, Tenor.
MOTHER MACHREE. Hardy Williamson, Tenor.
, f WHERE THE RIVER SHANNON FLOWS.
A LITTLE BIT OF HEAVEN.
Whether or not you were born in Ireland, these
records will have a message for you: a message of
beauty and warmth and perfection, in tone, recording
Look for the "double music-note" trade-mark
you will know from these records what it means in
A'cw Columbia Rtccrdt en salt the coth cf every month.
Columbia Hecords in all Foreign Languages.
Tliit advertisement was dictated to the Dictaphone.
tfTii.. ...'' p. JUtTC1 yva.
GRAFONOLAS and DOUBLE-DISC
FOR SALE BY
Cunningham riano Co,, 1101 Chestnut St.
I'enntyltanla Talking Machine Co.
1101) Chestnut Ht.
Nnellenburr, N.. Co., Kill and Market Nts.
Mory A Clark 1'lano Co., 1103 Chestnut Nt.
Slrawbrldie ft Clothier, Bill and Market Hts.
Clly Line Fliarmaer, York Itoad and City Line,
Hotter, John C, 1S3T Itoekland St., jl.oran.
Fulernlk, IlenJ., 140 Nortli lClilith St.
Ideal l'ano and Talking Machine Co.,
SS35 dermantown Ave,
Jacobs, Joseph, 1606 Germantown Ave.
Oldewurtel'a, 2618 tlerinantown Ave,
Olney Musle rarlor, 8S13 N. Bill Ht.
rhlladelphla Talklnr Machine Co.,
U00 . Franklin tit.
Kelce, I. H Did Olrard Ave.
Hcherier's I'lano Warerooms, 839 X, fttl St.
Schuell Megahan, 1713 Columbia Ave.
Ilurr, Edward II., till Vrankford Ave.
Colonial Melody Shop, 3330 X, Front St,
Franktord Musle Store, 3337 Orthodox St.
floodinan, I. I-, 3T7 West Olrard Ave.
(lulkovrakt, Victor, Orthodox and Almond Sta.
Kenny, Thomas il, 3334 Kensington Ave.
Krygler, Joseph, 3133 Mlrhmond St,
Mttlnger, Samuel, 1201 North Fifth St.
I'hlladelphla Talking Marhlne Co., 044 X. Second St,
Ilelnhelmer'a Department Store,
Front and Susquehanna Ave,
Carson, T. Il 33J0 dermantown Ave,
llavls, Franklin, 8006 Warne Ave,
Kalvralr, Martin, 4303 Oermantown Ave,
Keystone Talking Machine Co., 3801 North S3d St,
Moore, r, II,, 6616 Oermantown Ave, ,
Tompkins, J, Monroe, 8147 Oermantown Av.
Carr, II. F., 812 Main St., JUrby.
Oeo, II, Davis A Co., 3030-3036 Lancaster Avo.
KaUlns' I'lano Co., 261-63 S. 82d St.
Tillman. W. II., 6124 I.ansdowna Ave.
I.edane, Harry, 418 North 82d St.
Melchlorrl Ilros., 4033-40 Lancaster Ave.
rlhull'a Drug Store, 3031 Market St.
Unltersal Talking Machine and Record Co.
SOlli and Chestnut His.
West I'hlladelphla Talking Machine Co..
1 South 60th St.
Du Itrow, Louis, 1208 South 4th St.
I.uplnacrl, Antonio, 780 South 7th St.
Miller, II., 604 South 2d St,
Philadelphia Fhonograph Co., 136 E. Tassyunk Avo.
I'hlladelphla l'lionoxrapli Co.. 833 S, Oth St.
Stolfo. Harry, 613 South 0th St.
Kakosky'a Department Store, 73 Fayetta St,
CAMDEN, N. J.
Dudley. If. J., li::-37-20 Ilroadway, Camden, N, J.
-s ' i sat
" .. ' A TTS
have secured weaves and
Patterns of. Woolens
in Warp and Woof
a little better than
we know of in any .other
V 1 u
FOR YOU.Nd MEN
Coat narrow shoulders and
Klecves, nllh plenty of room
arms hark close flttlne waist,
deep ent. Vent with or with
out collar; trousers narrow
from belt to run.
"JUNIOR Sr-ECIAL", FOR
VERY YOUNG MEN
Coat Is comfortable across
khouldcrs, anug at waist, 'with
Inverted pleats above and be
low fastened halt belt. Front
has three outside patch pocketa
with buttoned flap.
Suits and Overcoats
$15, $18, $20, $25
,J It's a great thing to have a fixed and immut
able standard, plus the practical knowledge
which, enables you to enforce it.
IWe say that advisedly, because every Suit
and Overcoat in our store would love to look a
flock of sheep in the face the fleece in the one
and on the other would recognize their comipon
J And our intimate personal knowledge of wool
and woolens never stood us in better stead than
in the months and months we spent selecting
the fabrics that make these Perry selections the
absolute criterion of worthiness in Men's and
Young Men's Clothes this Fall and Winter.
CJ Take a look at those in our Windows I
PERRY & QQm&F
16th & Chestnut Su.