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NEW' YORK STOCKS-SATURDAY I Pres. IlT. Sales. ' mocks. Hich. 40O AJax Rubber SVa 500 Alieka Juneau .. .'. ... 34 100 All Anier Cable 97 400. Allied Chem & DTe ' 63 200 AIHa Chalmers . 40 100 do preferred 92' 600 Amer Brake S & F 7 1 IOO do preferred 103 lli!00 American Can 9044 100 do preferred l0634 100 American Express 91 100 Anier Hide &. Leatb 7Va 400 American lie 86 100 Ameiican I.a France 10' '2 200 American I.ineeed pfd ... 34 1 2 900 American Loo 687 a 600 American Metals 4218 300 Anier Roll Mills pfd 988 100 American Snip 10s. 8 600 Anierican Smelting bSa 200 Jo preferred 97,a 100 Anier Steel I'dry 35' 500 American Hucar . 6034- 200 do preferred 100 IOO Amer Sumat Tobacco ... 1 8-V4 600 Arrer Tel A- Tel 1231-2 6 A A 7 5 7 3 7 6 "7 10 3 7 "6 7 9 12 400 Anierican Tobacco 147 A t 100 Amer Water Wkn 1st pfd. 9I 2 7 1100 American Woolen 71 '4 3 5200 Amicondn Copr 353.4 100 Ann Arbor pfd 30 ICO Armour pref 89' 2 20Q Arnold Constb I54 A 1000 Asm) Dry Goods . 75' 2100 Arch Top & S Fe 96' 2 3 100 do preferred 874 7 100 Atlantic Cst l ine I 10' a 3 1600 Auto Knit Hosiery ..... 13 7 9100 Baldwin Loco I 15' 2 5 4 100 Baltimore A Ohio 56'4 2.40 1200 Beechnut I'k? 69' 2 6 ISOO Ketlilehem ft I 47',a' 400 Bur. Kmn Stl 2d pfd 16' 2 8 ICO Bklvu Edison 107 ... 400 Ekln Rapid Tr . 4 IOO do full paid 31-1-4 2 &00 Rrcwu Shoe 44 14 2 200 Burns Bros ( las R 233,-4 50c 100 But re Copr & Zinc 5 500 Butte Superior 132 200 Caddo Oil ' 34 14 500 Cal f Tetiol 183,4 200 Calli Lead & Zinc 4 10 ICO Canadian racitic 144', 4 I CO Central Leather I4S8 500 do preferred 40 8 I CO Central It R of N J 20 1 14 I 1600 Ceri fie ru.o 38 8 3P00 Chandler Mtrs 445 a A 1 200 Cl.evj Ohio 657 8 800 (Imago &. Alton pfd 8'.4 IOO ll.ii- rt Vest pfd 9 If 00 Ciiic Milw & St P I5','4 fOO d- preferred 26 ''4 8 6C0 Chi.- 1'neu Tool 8 1 6 300 Chi.aga 4 Nn 62' 2 600 Chic R 1 & P 228 7 100 do Tr, pref 78 2' a 1500 ChiH Copr 26' 4 I4C0 Chiro Con Copr 1 6t4 5 200 Ciuett Pesbody 68 7 100 d preferred 10314 7 800 Coca Cola Co 73' a 2.60 5C0 Columbia Gas & El 324 2600 Columbia Graph Vz 100 d i preferred I Va 200 Cou m Solvent A 30 100 Con mo I Ciears 18 8 ICO Control Gas 60ia 100 Couscl Textiie 64 4 2200 Continental Can A7a 400 Continental Mtrs 6 8 600 Com Products 12234 1400 Cosrten Co ". 2538 A 600 Crucible Stl 598 ... 400 Cuba time ?u-ir II ... 600 5o pre "erred 45 8 00 Cuba Amer Sugar 30-8 I 100 Cuviimel Fruit 60 1 s 1400 D:vNoo Chem 43 ' 4 100 Te Beers Co 2 I 3 3 9 400 I'e'.s-n-are - Hudson ....109 '-2 . 12 ?C0 lM:i L-k & Wet MIU 4 200 Dome Mm 37' 'z 6 1600 P'J Pont de N 1253 84 500 E" Sfgt Batt 573 6 400 Lnrti Jimsoa 61 7 I GO do piei erred I 12 600 trie 11 R 1 3 ' 2 4C0 do 1st pref 2Kb 20O do 2d pref 1 5 '. 4 8 600 Famous Players 69's 3 ICO do preferred 89' 4 S4c 500 Fifth Ave Bus 9'4 10 7C0 r icher Ri Jv 153 400 Fisk Rubber 68'' 100 Fieiort Texas Ill's 3 2C0 Vnl Anier Tank 40 200 Gtil Afphalt 27'2 6 SCO C.cl Elec special 104 I. CO. 6800 General tttr 137a 7 200 do 7-- deb S5i,4 I CO Gimbel Bros 46 7 200 Goodrich R F pfd 72 200 Good i ear Tire pfd 367 a 400 Granby Miniug 15 .... 100 GraT St Davis 7 8 500 Grt North pfd 541a 2 ICO Grf. North Ore subs 2834 100 Greene Cana Copr I5Vb 4 I6C0 Gulf States Stl 728 7 200 Hanna pfd 93 7 300 Hart-nan Ccrp 83' s 1000 do rights 2t 3 400 Hayes Wheel 34s 100 Houston Oil 475 3 100 Hudson Mtra 23' 2 600 Hydraulic Stl 8 7 300 Illinois Central I04?4 8 10 IagersoU Rand 145 233 do rights 'a .. . 100 India homa Refg Ms 2 ' -600 Inspiration Copr .......... 25 I CO Interboro R X 1 2 1 4 400 Interul Apric I 3 IOO Ir.ternl Cement 34 82 1400 Intent Combustion 20 a 200 Internl Harvester 73'2 00 ln.einl -Merc Mar pfd 23 600 Icter il Nickel 1114 CO Invincible Oil 8'2 100 Iron Products 41 100 do certificates 4118 CANADIAN MINING STOCKS COBALT STOCKS Bid. Akl. 23 29 2.40 23a 28 22 25 1 2 Va I2V2 5.60 P2 10 103-4 32 35 3 Vz AVz pPSTer Cons Conlagac Kerr Lake Rose ,.I-Kinley Dar N ipisslng . Ophtr oierson Lake Vcmiskaaiinz 1 rethewey PORCCFINE STOCKS Apa 24 11 If ton . jna Went Dome Lake 26 Tiome Mine 3734 iloldal . . - 52 ;.)1.J Ref 2 Holllnger Cons 11.25 Inspiration . 10 Mclntyre Mining- 16.45 Moneta 17 "ewray 45 I'orcnplne Crown 10 Porcupine Keora 7 Porrrnin Tisdale . ..... - 3 16', 23' 3 8 Vz 53 2 '4 11.35 - 12 16.59 18 46 12 . 7 'a 3 I2V2 5 35 83 67 7Va rrt-aton E D 123, Thompson Krlat 4'2 Vlcksrs 33 ' 87 Yipon4 C KIEKXAND LA KB 1IMI - 64', Udood 73-a fhinnt TT 4 ("oliiinbns . 12 Dominion I Ilunton 7 8 KlrkUnJ Lske 33' 39 Lake Shore 3.33 ,3.35 Teck Hughes 1.22 1.24 Toufh Oakes Bnmalde 64VS 65 Wrta-ht Hugbe 3.00 MISCELLANEOUS Atla 4' 47 Baldwin 63 634 Iteatty 9 10 Bucklnir'am 6Va 7 f astle Tr 30 30'2 ('town Reserve 61 62 Hattle 12 Keeler 1-83 1.85 Torr-iine C 1 9 1 9 '4 Match Gen 7 Mlniug Corporation 2.97 3.05 Wakenda, 5 Wasapika 4V4 West Tree 634 7 W'sttlaufer 10 II Standard Oil Subsidiaries Bid. Anfl American Oil 14 Atlantic Refining 103 Aske4. l4Va 107 , Ao preferred I I 6 Va 117 Borne Scrymser 132 137 Buckeye Fipe Line 76 78 Cbesebrough Mfg 225 230 I 14 37 Va 17 105 97 61 108 I 14 32 Va 157 99 90 151 135 24 95 105 56V 23 160 99V 178 94 121 82 503 54 40 92 225 33V4 I 17 42 275 119 do preferred Ill Continental Oil 36V'a Crescent Fipe Line 16 Cumberland Fipe Line 102 Eureka Pipe Liie 95' Galena Signal Oil 60 do preferred nw 104 do preferred old 110 TTnmbla Oil 31 Illinois Pipe Line 155 Imperial Oil Canada 98 Indiana Pipe Line 89 International Petrol 154 Magnelia Petrol 132 National Transit 23 V'4 'sw York Transit 92 Northern Pipe Line 102 Ohio OH tfw 55'2 I'enn Mexican Fuel 20 Pratrls Oil & Gas 165 Prairie Pipe Line 99 Polar Refining 173 Boataera Fi:e Line. 93 Booth era Penn Oil 119 Bootnwest Penn Pipe Line ..... 81 standard Oil California 50V4 standard Oil Indiana 5334 standard Oil Kansas 39 H'andard Oil Kentucky 903-4 nt"- -Krk-l 215 Standard Oil New Jersey ........ 33 do pieiei red I 16 Standard Oil New York 4 1 Standard Oil Ohio .270 do preferred 117 Swanson k Finfli 22V t'nlon Tank Line 84' 27 90 do preferred I I07V4 l08'2 Vacuum Oil S25 50 -50'a Washington Oil 20 25 (, Ex-diridend. THILADELPH IA PRODTJCE MARKET Philadelphia. Oct. IS. There was a fsir volume of general business transacted durina the past week snd prices ,v.r wejl maintained on most descriptions of !iiTchanrt1se. W.'-eat was irregular, prices be-'ng alteroatelr h rliT and lower and at the l.e UowtJS a net Jcl:ue of 2c. Corn ad- nnr4 3 'ic under ncnrcirr. Oats were quiet l.nt steady. Klonr dull and showed littl imnro. Dirable grsden of hT were well in liie week, but afterwsrds advanced lc Pres. DiT. Low. 5'4 3.4 97 62'a 40 92 '-4 70' a 103 894 10634 91 718 8534 I 0 ' 2 34 12 68, s 42'8 97' 2 lOa 55 97' 34 60'4 100 ale. chance, T.at Net Palea. Stock. - Jlgh. 1 4800 Island Oil 14 800 Jewel Tea 13, 5 '-4 .. 34 la 97 I 63 IV 40 fa 92'4 ' 70 'a Vz 103 90'4 V 10634 '4 91 'a 718 85 V4 '4 10 12 VZ 34 ' 2 18 688 v 8 4218 , 98"8 'a I OAa a 55 12 9718 - 34 34 ' 603, a a 1 00 ia 183 I 1 23' 2,.. 147 I 9 1 1'2 "a 71 18 353a Va 30 89 '.'2 Vz 153 4 ZA 75 . 14 96'.'a 5,, 8734 , 3e llO'a .. 12 - 2Va I 15' 2 'a 5618 V'4 69' 2 2 46' 2 14 1 6 'a 34 107 3.8 14 18 3P4 .. 43 '-a 233,4 34 5 1 3 '-a Va I 34 .. I8'S Va 4 44'4 'a 148 38 39'.4 I '2 20 I '4 Va 38 '4 437'e I V 65 a .. 8V4 V 100 do 7 4 I OO Jones tk 500 Jones Tea 800 Kansas City Sooth 30O Kansas Gulf 100 Kayser J 1900 Kelly Spj-f Tire 3200 Kennecott Copr ... 500 Keystone Tire ... 100 Kresse S S 400 Lee Rubr & Tire . 8 2 7 12 4 200 Lehigh iw L,if b 8 OO Lima Loco 1 00 Loews Co Inc 1900 Mack Tracks 100 Mairrifa Con Copr 800 Mallinaon Co ... 100 Manati Sugar .... 200 Maracaibo Oil ... 3100 Marland Oil .... IOO Martin Parrr .... ' 400 Math Alk Wks . 1100 Maxwell Mtrs A . IOO do ?las B ... 183 1 23 ib 147 9 I '2 708 347 a 30 89' 2 153,8 ' 74 961a 873 4 I IO2 nn I 148 557 s 67 4 4614 I6',2 107 14 31 '4 4 3 '-2 2334 5 I312 I 34 I 8 14 4 44'4 48 39 201 ' ? 3734 43 65 '2 8 9 15 26 80' 1 6238 223,4 78 2534 !6'a 63 1 03 ', 4 73 32' 2 2 7a 30 18 607'a 64 467 a 6 12218 24T 8 - 59 ion 441 303 8 60' 8 42 'a 23s 108 I I 1 14 3 7 '.2 124 5734 604 I 12 1312 2 I '2 I 5 '4 6834 8914 9 154 6 I I ' '8 40 27' 4 103-4 138 I 40 . I 600 Mclntrre 600 Mexican Seaa Oil ... 500 Miami Con Copr 1600 Mid States Oil 100 MidTale Stl '. 200 Minn & St Ionis ... 800 Mo Kans Sr. Ttx 500 Missouri Pacific 300 do preferred 100 Montana Pwr ....... 1600 Montemy Ward ...... 100 Moon Mtrs 600 Motherlode 200 Nash Mtrs 600 Natl Biscuit 3 I 6 3 6 7 6 6 "f 20 5 100 Natl Enam & 9tp .. 6 OO Nevada Con Copr .... 1300 N Y Central 800 N Y Ch A St L .... 900 do preferrad ..... 20O N Y N II Hart .. 100 Norfolk West 300 North American .... 300 North Pacific 600 Oklahoma PAR,.. IOO Ontario Silver .... 100 Orpheum Clrc 18 600 Owens Bott Mcby 42 Va 5700 Pacific Oil 39 V4 2200 Packard Mtrs l2'a' 6C0 Pan Amer Petl 57 '4 1900 do Class B 54 Vz 1300 Pennsylvania R R 42'a 1 200 Penn Seab Stl 7a 100 Peoria & East 9 1100 Fere Marquette 40'z 100 do preferred 59 500 Philadelphia Co 42-B 1200 Philip Morris I7 3500 Phillips Petl 23'2j 100 Pittsb Utilities pfd II 200 Pittsb 4 W Virf 4034 9700 Prod & Refrs 213 100 Public erv N J 42a 300 Punta Alec Suar 65 V4 400 Pur Oil I7V4 100 Rapid Trans Seen 12 1800 Ray Con Copr I 1 34 1000 Reading- 76 100 do 1st pref 847a 900 Remington Type 347a 200 Replogle Stl 9 300 Republic I & 8 43 1200 Reynolds Tob B 68 100 St Louis Sl S F ISVa 200 St Louis A Swn 27 30O do preferred ......... 57 I0OO Savage Arms 30'a 600 Seneca Copr . J 7'8 1300 Shell Union Oil 14 12800 do righxa 34 200 Simmons Co 25' '2 80O.Simms Petl 7a 3800 Sinclair, Cona I9'4 ICO Skelly Oil I63, 600 South- Pacific 867-a 15600 Southern R R 33'a 100 do preferred ,.68 '-'4 700 Standard Oil Calif 5 1 '-'2 12 2 12 8 8 6 . 9 15 26 81 62a 2234 78 I 4 4 34 Va Va 253.4 1 6 'a 68 Va 3K 4 4 14 l03'4 1 3-4 7 3 'a 4 32-4 a .. 1 7 a 30 18 607 a 634 .. 47 c-4 6 I22'b 2518 598 1034 44'4 303-8 60 '8 423.8 213 b 108 I I I '4 37 '2 124 .. Va ','a Va 4 Va 3,4 Va Va Va 34 14 38 18 78 14 Va Vn I "i "2 "k "i 2 1 7 to 10 6734 61 7a 2200 Standard 112 2'8 400 13' 2 300 Stewart 2 178 Va 1514 3-4 6 9 'a a 89 '4 3,4 9'4 .. 158 3'2 68 B Ilia Va 40 378 271'a .. 103.4 Va 138 lB . 95V4 2V4 7600 Studebaker 100 Submarine 200 Superior 1600 Sweets Co 214 I 1 00 Texas Co 41 100 Texas Gulf 6634 100 Texas A I'acifle 19 100 Tex-Pac Coal & Oil 73 100 Tidewater Oil 102 400 Tlmken Rollbrc 343a 2300 Tobacco Prod 56 2600 do Class' A 87 600 Trans Con'l Oil 2Vz 600 Union Pacific 129 100 Union Tank pfd IO8V4 100 Unit Rwy Inv pfd 32 Vz 800 U 8 Cast I P A F 367a 500 do preferred 78 "2 300 IT S Ind Alcohol 5 1 1700 U 8 Rubber 37 9000 U 8 Steel 86 300 do preferred 11834 1300 Utah Copr 67'2 100 Vanadium Corp 27s. 100 Van P.aalte 34 ICO Vivaudou Inc 17V 200 Wabash 9Va 2700 do preferred A 31 100 West Maryland 9 Vz 300 do 2d pref 1634 100 West Union Tel "4..I05 100 Wejhse Airbrake 81 OOO Westglise Mfg -. .. 567 200 Wheeling & L E 6 95' 4 46 71 '4 36f2 16 7 54 283-4 I 3 18 7ns 93 8234 2' 3 34-3 8 473B 23' z 8 I 04' . a 145 "2 I 14 2434 1214 I 34 20 73 1 227 a I t4 8 ',4 41 4 1 18 46 72 3612 16 7 54 12 2e3V I 5 '-a 72 '4 93 8234 2'8 343 8 47 a 23 2 .. l04 34 145 Va .. I 3 B .. ! 34 -"4 3'4 9 34 I Va I 14 3a 1 3a 8 7 5.60 8 247- V8 34 I 2 '. 4 IOO do preterrea iu-b 2 200 White Eagle OH 22'4 8 100 White Mtrs 48 700 White Oil Va 800 Willys Overland o 300 do preferred 59 Va 100 Wilson Co 207 5 200 Youngstw S 4 T 65 Va () Ex-dividend. Total salea for day. 226.600 shares. 1 34 203 73' a 227 I I 14 8 4 41 I V Va 41 Va Ta and cloeed Brro. with supplies well clesned up. Pine fresh eggs were scarce and la2c nighcr under a gooJ demand. CORPORATION EARNINGS AMERICAN TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO EARNINGS REPORT fi fth r.nd ft Mths. End. Bept. 30. 1022 Sept. 30.1923 EARNINGS . . . $33,282,388. . $39,890,945. 9.04S.1M). 9. 409.273. 47.724. ll. 03.379.023. 139.271. 277.509. Dividends Interest Tele. oper. revs. Misc. - revs Total $00,104,015. $102.955.7S1. Exp. Incl. Taxes 29.183. 1B2. 31.952.270. Net Earnings ... Deduct Int Balance .... Deduct Divdi. ... $M.O10.833. $71,003,480. 12.188.268. 9.747.338. $48,872. !S84. 38.409.871. $61,256,142. 46.770.738. Balance ... Sin 872 71 f 14 4SS 40.1 Sub1ect to minor chaoses when final figures for September are available. New York Cotton Market Special fo The Inquirer. NEW YORK. Oct. 13. In response to strong-cables from Liverpool and a rather ' bullish consumption report, the cotton market dis placed a strong undertone, showing gains of sbout S3. SO a bale in the earl-r Iraiiim T'n lavuratue wesmer reports rrom tne western portion of the belt also contributed In siding tne aovam-e. ine census report placed the totai amount of cotton consumed during Sep- tember at 488.852 bales, against 491.604 bales during August and 494.013 bales lsat vesr The total amount of cotton on nand in consuming establishments totaled 773.173 bales, against 804.61U bales lsst month and 1.065.816 bales at the end of September last year. Traders generally accepted the figures as bullUb. in view of the fact that the rather i-harp reduction in mills stocks, compared with last year's figures, would force mills to enter the market on a more active scale. A sharp advance in Liverpool combined with private reports of unfavorable weather In the belt caused active buying at the outset, which forced initial prices 45 to 53 points net blgher. After absorbing scattered offerings on the call, the market again resumed its upward course, hbowinsr guins of more than 70 points la the early trading. Buying during- this period was traced to local commission bouses, the trade and Liverpool. However, on the peak of the advance profit-taking and scattered hedge selling appeared, which proved sufficient to check the upturn and later resulted In a partial loss. Weather reports from the belt were decidedly unfavorsble. Heavy rains were reported at several stations In the Western belt and temperatures ruled moderately lower. Private reports Indicated tha possibility of frost over the week-ol. TodaT'e Previous Month. Open. Hlfn. Loir. Close. Close. Oct. .. 28.00 29.28 2.0 29.19s29.20 28.45 Dec. .. 28.45 2. 70 28.38 28. 68s 28 60 28.00 Jan. .. 27.97 28.1 17.90 28.08a28.11 27.49 Mar. .. 28.02 28.2 28.00 28.1s.28.20 27.50 May .. 28.07 28.23 28.03 28.17a28.1 27.62 6uot d 0 Nival Stores SAVANNAH. Oa.. Oct. 18. Tnrpentlna, firm: 97; sales. 88; receipts. 108; shipments. 11; stock. 13,181. Rosin, Arm: sales. 1253; receipts, 1S56; shipments, blank; stock. 117.-23. Quote: B. 4.50; A. 4.B7H: D. B. F. 4.55: A. 4.S7; K, n. I. K, M. 4 7U : N. 4 80; A. 4.87: -w O. C.J0aS.25; W W. 6.207 A. 6.25; W to . 6.26. YELLS SAVE.CASH Cafe Man Routs Bandits fcy Shorrts When Halted A good healthy pair of lungs yesterday protected Samuel Folick, a restaurant proprietor at 1127 Columbia avenue, from two bandits. As the robbers started to-rifle a cash register containing about $100, Folick let out such a bellow the robbers turned and fled. This change of front on the part of the intruders gave Folick courage and he started in pursuit of the would-be bandits. The men gained a motgr car a short distance from the cafe and escaped. Pastor Wins Slander Suit Before Judge Audenried in Common Pleas Court No. 4, the jury in the slaDder suit of Rev. P. p. Samuel, colored, pastor of a church in Mt. Moriah, against Rev. Charles Blackwell, pastor of the colored church. Central Baptist Church, near Twenty-third and Lombard streets, returned a verdict yesterday in favor of the plaintiff for $500 damages. Zast Net le. change. Va .. Low. 1618 67 Va 108' 28V2 17 Va 35'2 23 V4 32 2'2 226 14 60 21934 63'8 1634 68' 2 '2 28 Vz 52 14 19 , 23V4 26 35'4 36 .105 l6'4 9 22 6 25 I Va 12 97a 267 69',? ' 2 I Vz 23 BVa 85 V4 46 Vz 447 a I I lOO'a 75 89 ',4 12 l02Va 20 Va 54 1 14 534 18 4 2 'a 38 I I Vz 56'a 53 42 17 9 40V4 59 4 2 Vz 17 227a I I 4034 20 427 55 l7a 12 II 7518 547 a 33 Va 9 42 Vz 68 . I8V2 27 5634 293 718 133.4 34 251 a 73- 188 1638 86 ' 32 68'4 51 Va 323-4 I 16 80 94 Va evz 2Vz 2'4 40 5634 19 73 102 34 14 56 86'4 238 I28V2 I08V4 321-2 36 7 8 Vz 503 36'2 86 'a I 1834 5634 27 34 171 9V4 SO Va 9V2 163 105 81 66'2 6 'a 10 2214 48 3 6Va 59V4 207 65 !6'4 37 '4 1081b 29 17 14 .. 3512 2334 32 14 I Vz Vz V4 V2 Va 3 preferred (!7iA jtn nft ....!08'8 2 9 ',-4 - 1 7 'a 14 . 35V2 . 233-4 . 32 Va . 2 ' 2 .226 . l4'2 fiflla 2Vz .. 226 2 ' 14 3 60 Vz 2193-4 234 632 7 . 1634 .. 68 . I 28V2 .. 30 1 52 V4 23-4 19 Vz 23 V 26 .. ' Valley aiyers pfd B 21934 63 Vz . 163-4 70 . 28 Vz , 30 52 14 19 23 26 36 36'2 I05B I6a 918 233 5'4 25 I Va v 12 10 273 s 59 V2 22 23 8'4 85V4 468 4478 I I '4 10038 75'2 90 1238 I02Va 2038 548 I 14 3514 36'2 .. 108 .. 1 6Vs 9 233 5 Va .. 25 IV .. 12 10 273 69Va 22 .. 23 .. 8Va .. 85 Va 46 4478 I I 34 Min V4 Vs V4 24 Vs 7 34 IO0V4 V 75 I BO 123 I02V2 .. 20V4 54 l'4 .. 6 Va .18 42V 39 Va II V4 V4 Va "- " Vfe Vs 38 I 3 8 a V4 V 6 'a' 66 Va 53, 42 I Va .. 9 403, 59 I 42V .. , 174 23 1 I 403V 2 I V4 427 4 3,4 Va 4 3,8 V4 Va Va 55 14 l7Va 12 I 1 34 .. 79 v tti? i a!?'- 9 V4 V2 43 68' 18" .. 27 57 30V 7(8 137 .. 34 .. 25 ','a 738 I9V4 163 Sfil2 33 Va ea 'j. 513 3234 116 80 9434 8'2 .. 2'2 2'4 .. 41 5631 .. 19 73 102 34 Va .. 563-8 8 6 Vz 28 .. I28a I08V4 32' 2 367 4 V4 I '2 3 . 8 Va Va V4 V8 '-4 a I 2 3, V4 34 Va V2 V2 Vz Va Oil N J 324 do preferred .Il6'a Warner 808 Mtra Boat .. 95 8 Vz Oil 2'2 Vz Va 3 Vz 78 '2 I 503 3634 863 I 1834 57 27 14 V4 14 14 12 3,8 34 2'2 17V .. 9 V4 30 9'2 .. 1634 105 81 56 V2 V'4 V4 n v lB 3 ev2 .. 10 I 22 V4 .. 48 .. 63 69' 207 65 V4 V4 Va V4 TWO DEATHS ATTRIBUTED TO SLEEPING SICKNESS Increase of 21 Indicated in Weekly Mortality Report, to Health Bureau An increase of twenty-one dealths during the week ending yesterday over thp "-k previous were reported to the Bureau of Health, according, to vetKlN stiitistica published yesterday. The total number of deaths for the wek was 397. Two of the deaths were from sleeping sickness, and the largest number of deaths in the various wards was twenty-three, in the Twenty-seventh ward. Of the total deaths for the week. 201 were males ana i were 1 7 , j- c v A - j females, including tltty-nve DOys and f nrtv-eizht eirlS. J.ne estimatea an- if j " .v, 0 nn th Hentha nua" death rate, ba sed on tne aeains of last wees, is ju.40 per ctuu Among the deatns ana tneir causes reported were: Encephalitis letaarrfc 2: wnooptna cooah. 1: diphtheria and cronp. S: Influenza. 2: tuberculosis of the luBt-a. 2S: .cancer and other malignant tumors. 50: simple meningitis. .8: apoplexr and softenln of brain. 12: orranic dk..u, nt the heart. 63: chronic bronchitis. 4: pneumonia. 11: broncho-pneumonia. IB: other flisesses or vae KBpiraiurj wivem iuwil-u m-sis excepted). 8: diseases of the stomach (cancer exceDted). 2: appendicitis and typhlitis. 6: cirrhosis of the lirer. 2: scute nephritis and Briarht's disease. 29: homicide. S: all other violent deaths. 24: suicide. 2; all other diseases. 84. BLOW OF MID1R0N KILLS GOLFER ON JERSEY LINKS New Brunswick -Man's Skull Crushed by Friend's Drive During Holiday Game SOMERVHXE, N. J., Oct. 13. His skull crushed by a blow from a mid-iron In the hands of a companion on the links, Charles Reed, president of the New Brunswick Republican Club and employee of a New York trust company, died last night without regaining consciousness. It was the first day of a two-week holiday Reed was going to devote . to learning golf, after having gone without a vacation for several years. And it was his second game a foursome with Howard Stahlin and two other New Brunswick friends. They were playing at the Raritan Valley Country Club without caddies. Reed drove off at the third green. As Reed stepped back to pick up his clubs, Stahlin drove with a midiron and strode after his 'ball. Glancing back, he saw Reed lying unconscious. Stahlin's midiron had caught him over the left ear in the follow through and he had dropped without a murmur. Shetzllne Plans Banquet The Armistice Day plans of William T. Sbetzline Post No. 96 includes a banquet and a dance to be given at one of the larger hotels. The entertainment committer has announced that preparations for the post's celebration Sxt being made. 0, THE PHILADELPHIA .INQUIRER, SUNDAY luORNING, OCTOBER JUST PLAIN 'IViUTTS' WILL HAVE A SHOW Special Exhibit of Unped!-greed Dogs Scheduled for November 3 Cats Also Are to Have a Look-in Even If They Are of Alley Variety -All the "dain" does of Philadelphia jare sitting up apd cocking their, ears at the announcement of tneir own spe cial show which is to be held in , the building of the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals on November 3, under the auspices of the auxiliary to that "organization. Notices for the ninth annual "mutt"1 show are now being sent out and youthful owners of canines which are not eligible for bench show honors, to say nothing of older persons who have pet "purps," are planning for'Fido and Rover to look their best on the momentous occasion. Every child who 6hows a dog or cat, for both are admitted to the event, will get a prize, and twenty-five silver cups will be given for the best entries in as many classes, witbta fine large cup for the dog which is judged the champion of the entire show. . There will be cups for the best dog owned by a policeman, by a ' fireman and by an employee of the postoffice; for the best shown by a school girl, a school boy, a Boy Scout and a Band of Mercy child. Men and women may enter their animals in special groups. Then there are the usual humorous classifications of dogs "most resembling" toy poodles, fox terriers, bulldogs, spaniels, setters, collies and Airedales; for the best puppy under Bix months old and for the oldest dog. There is always- keen competition in ':the class for vellow does, t houeh the classes for tHe blackest, whitest, small- esc ana ugliest uugs uiuisuui iuu yuuius from every section of the city. Though it is decidedly the dog's day. one cup is presented to the best cat shown. The cats' have a room to thein- The" Philadelphia society is the originator of the plain dog show, an idea which swept the country. Many cities in the United States now hold annual shows, copying the methods used by the local society. Entry blanks may be obtained from John F Cozens, secretary of the auxiliary and manager of the show, at 924 North Broad street, who reports greater advance interest this year than ever before. s A Si 00,000 Oi Value of Business Property Shows South's Progress The Dayton, Florida, papers report a 99-year lease of a business property purchased for the erection of a large business house on the basis of an estimated value of $100,000, or pearly $2000 a front foot, the frontage being about 55 feet. The lease' calls for payment of $6000 a year for 20 years, $$000 a year for the next 10 years, and $0000 a year for - the final 59 years; the total amount of the lease- being for $801,000, while this property was purchased in 1881 for $300, so the papers report by the father of the lady who has just sold it. It is true 42 years is a right long time, but the rate of increase in value from $300 up to $100,000 is a rather profitable investment. It is especially interesting to note that the lease on this high valuation has been made by two of the lending bankers of Daytona. The real interest in a deal of this kind is that it indicates the growth which is going on not only in Daytona, but throughout nearly all of Florida; and, for that matter,, throughout the South. This growth will mean that the enhancement in the value of many properties in the years to come will be equally as remarkable as that indicated by the lease of this property. But not every property will do as well and nobody can tell in ad vance what property will make such wonderful records. Manufacturer's Record. ALLEGED SWINDLER JUMPS $30,000 BAIL Arrested In Series of Confidence . Games at Atlantic City . Special to The nafrer. ATLANTIC CITY. Oct. 13. Frank Davis, arrested in New Tork In connection with a 6eries of swindles here amounting to $56,000, has "jumped" his $30,000 bail and la a fugitive, according to reports here. The report was brought back by Frank Harrold, chief of county detectives, who was sent to New York to pave the way for the 'extradition of "Australian John" Mack, . arrested there also In connection with confidence games here. Mack, however, has served notice that he will fizht the ex tradition proceedings, and on Monday Assistant Prosecutor S. Cameron Hinkle will leave for New York in an effort to have him returned to this State. , . . Mack has been held without bail since his alleged confederate, Davis, disappeared. The latter was first held under $75,000. but this later was re duced to $30,000. IN HEART FAILURE CASE Decision May' Affect Worker Who Lost Both Legs at Different Times BprrinX to The Inrtrr. POTTSVILXE, Pa., Oct. 13. State Compensation Commissioner Houck today refused compensation to Mrs. Clara Leonard, of Lancaster, whose husband fell dead while .In the employ of the- John Farnum Company of that place. Physicians said 'he died, from heart disease and the widow loses all State aid. Tha board Is atfll hearing rases, soma of which date back to 1915 be- ACORN PRODUCES COMPENSATION REFUSED fore the compensation was in effect. This had a bearing on the case of Peter Nincon, of Gilberton, who asked the board today for total compensation because of theloss of both legs. One leg was injured years ago and the other has since been amputated. The board awarded Sincon compensation, but not for total disability. White Haven Home Begun "White Haven Poet has completed the foundations for its new home, the funds for which were raised by popular subscription and in part by the efforts of the veterans. Erection of the build ing will be started early next spring and it will be completed before the ena or next year. OBITUARY THOMAS W. BONSALL Aged Glenolden Resident Was Veteran of Civil War "After a brief illness, Thomas W. Bonsall, Civil War veteran and widely known resident of Delaware countj, died early yesterday morning at his home, 213 South Chester pike, Glenolden, in his 87th year. He was a widower for several years. The passing cf the old veteran Is said to mark the extinction of the rank pf mate in the United States Navy. He is believed to have been the only survivor of the 734 men who were listed with' that rank on the wooden ships of the Union navy daring the Civil War. When the war broke out he answered the call for volunteers and enlisted in the old First Pennsylvania Regiment. Wounded several times, he was discharged from the army after the battle of Antietam because of physical disability. He immediately re-enlisted in the navy, with the rank of paymaster's yeoman and before the end of the war he had been promoted to the rank of mate. He retired in 1896. The funeral will be held from the Bonsall home on Tuesday, and interment will be made in Arlington Cemetery. He will be accorded full military honors and will be buried in the uniform on the collar of which is a pair of binoculars, the insignia of his naval rank. . GEN. EVAN M. JOHNSON Hero of Five Campaigns Led 77th Di vision Overseas Special Cable to The Inquirer, Copyright. 19t3, t Kew York Herald Co. All riifhta reterved. PARIS, Oct. 13. Brigadier General Evan M. Johnson, the hero of five campaigns and an officer with the 77th Division in France, died in a private hospital here today following an operation. General Johnson was born September, 1861. in Brooklyn, N. T. He enlisted at the age of 21 and reached the grade of colonel in 1916. He served in the Apache campaign in the Southwest, Spanish War, Philippine campaign, Mexican Expedition in 1914 and in the World War. Later he was appointed Brigadier General and became commander at Camp Upton of several infantry brigades. Then he took the 77th Division to France. At the close of the war he was apf pointed military attache at Rome and was retired from the active list at his own request in January of last year. In addition to American decorations, General Johnson had received the Croix de Guerre, was an officer of the Legion of Honor of 'France, and commander of the Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazanis of Italy. Before he died General Johnson requested that he be buried in France and. that the ceremony be private. A. Brook Fleming FAIRMONT, W. Va,, Oct. 18. A. Brook Fleming. Governor of West Virginia from 1890 to 1893 died at .his home here early toflay. Mr. Fleniing was a member of the directorate of the Consolidation Coal Company "of West Virginia. He was 84 years old. Brigadier General Evan M. Johnson SCOTLAND NECK, N. C, Oct. 13. Brieadier General Evan M. Johnson, retired, who served with the Seventy-seventh Division in France, died this morning in Paris, according to a cablegram received by his daughter, Mrs. William O. McDowell. Deaths in Two States Spectol to The Inquirer. BETHLEHEM. Pa.. Oct. 1. Dr. Louise Schneider Blum. 70. widow of the lata Rev. S. J. Blum, who for more than 26 years was principal of Nazareth Military Academy, died at her home hera today f heart trouble. She was born in Philadelphia in 154 and was graduated from the Woman' Medical College there in 1879. fhe was one of the first women doctors of Philadelphia to give free clinics. LANCASTER- I. K, Wltmsr. 64. editor of the Lancaster Inquirer, is dead at his home here. Witmer assumed control of the weekly paper in 1889 for Major Elwood driest and in 1913 purchased ths plant from W. W. GrlesC POTTS TOWN. Benjamin 1. Detshar. Tl. Is dead. Besides his widow, Bosanna. children who survive are Jacob M.. at home. John and Horace, of Philadelphia. GLOUCESTER. Edward Braanon Is dead at his home; 12 Thompson avenue. Be bad been ailing- for some time, but wss ont walking a few hours before his death. He was sslTajre master of the Pusey and Jones shipyard and at the time he was taken sick was manager of the Fairview auto bus line. He Is survived by a wife and six children. ALLENTOWN. Milton Beheat. 8. retire building contractor and CiTil war reteran, died from a strobe of apoplexy. Ha was wounded in the Battle of Anteitem and 4 carried a bullet la his body up to hi death. ALLENTOWN. Francis K. Koenlg. 72. the oldest of this city's sctla Tolunteer fire men, is dead st Ills home ner louowing a long illness. He was a resident of Allen-town all his life. DIED ADAMS. Oct. 11. POROTTJT JAWW. danabter of Lenns 7. and Matilda Adams. a?ed 4 years. Relatives and friends axe invited to attend fnneral. Mon . 2 P. M-. residence. 2507 g. Hodson st. Int. Arlington Cem. ALLARD. Oct. 11. CATHARINE, widow of Peter Allard. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral. Mon.. 8.30 A. M.. late residence. 5733 Knox st.. Germantown. Polemn Requiem Mass. St. Vincent's Church, 10 A. SI. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. ARCH BALD. DLIZABETTT r.ANVOW. wife of Robert W. Archbald. at Soranton. Pa.. Oct. 12. suddenly. Funeral. 2.30 P. M.. Mon.. at 266 Monroe are.. Scranton. BAKER. At Plainfield. N. J.. Oct. 11. LAURA U... wife of Frank H. Baker (nee Sauerweini. Funeral services. Sun., 2 P. M.. 4647 N". 13th st. Int. private. i RnKTTTVfirR rin r it tLwrxtrrw MAY. beloved daughter of William and the laxe iviary Kotnman Boettuier. aged 22 years. Relatives and friends, also , employees of the Curtis Publishing Co.. rd invit.rt tha service on Monday. 2 P. M..'at the residence of her father, 2"219 N. Cleveland ave. Inter ment private. Friends ma v call Knndnv eve. ninir. . CHALLENGER. Oct. 12 at Wvandntte Mich.. THOMAS EARLE CHALLENGER F-neral. Mon.. 2 P. M. M.. at Wyandotte. Mich. CHARLES. Oct. 11. DOROTHY E.. wife f I.a erne Charles (nee Frits). Relatives and friends, also orth Penn Council. No. 151. 8. and I. of L.. invited to attend funeral serv-lcesi. 5Ion-. ,2 P- M-. at the parlors of George 8. Kowen & Son, 2744 N. 5th st. Int. Hillside Cera. Friends may call Sun. eve. CLARK.-Oct 10 ALEXANDER, beloved huband of Martha Clark, aned 70. Relatives and friends, also Camp No. 24. P. O. 8 of A., employees of City Hall, invited to fnneral services. Mon.. 2 P. M.. from residence. 164 N Warnock st. Remains may be viewed Bun.. 8 to 10 P. M. Int. privute. CODEY. Oct. 11. JOHN F.. beloved husband of Mary T. Coder. Relatives and friends, also Holmesbura; Council. No. 125. K. of C-. and all other societies of which he was a iiemher are Invited to funeral. Mon.. 8.30 A. M.. from his late residen.-e. 3201 AKhburner St.. Holme-lure Solemn requiem mass at St. Dominic's Church. 10 A. M. Int. Bt. Dominic's Cem. CONNER (nee Hunter). Oct. 11. MARGERY, wife of Elihha Conner. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services. Mon.. 1 P. M.. late residence. 2034 S. Salford st. Int. West Laurel Hill Cem. Friends may call Sun.. 8 to 10 P. M. DELL. Oct. 12. WILLIAM, husband of Roe Dell, in 78th year. Funeral services Mon.. 2 P. M. precisely, residence. 1240 E. Berks st. Int. private. Frienda may call Sun.. R to 10 P, M. DOWNS. Oct. 12. MARY, widow of Michael Downs. Funeral. Mon.. 8.30 A. M.. resi- Oil:., . . . . w . .. l i v j . mess. Bt. Ktwsrd s Cnorcn. 10 A. M. Int. Old Cathedral Cem. 14, 1923 FENTON. At S124 Colonial road. Bay Ridge. Brooklyn. N. Y., on Oct. 11. IDA L.. widow of William P. Fenton. of CollegeTille, Pa. Serrice on Monday. 11.30 A. M.. at the Oliver H. Bair Bldg.. 1820 Chestnut St.. Phila.. Pa. Interment private. . FRANKLIN. Oct. 10. WILLIAM, husband of Mary F. Franklin. Relatives and friends, also all soclties of which he was a member, invited to funeral. Tues., 9 A. M., from his late residence. 232 Market St.. Gloucester City, N. i. Solemn requiem mass. St. Maiy's Church, 10 A. M. Int. St. Mary s Cem. GRAY. Oct. 12. EUGENE G"R A Y. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral. Mod., 2 P. M., from his late residence. 2162 N. Franklin St. Int. private. Fernwood Cem. Remains may be viewed Sun., after 7 P. M. HUME. At Ventnor. N. J.. Oct. 10. KATH-ERINE T.. widow of Thomas Hume and dauli-ter of late Benjamin and Catherine Myrtetus. Relatives and friends invited to funersW Mod.. 8.30 A. M.. residence. 100 S. Stratford are.. Ventnor.- N. J. Solemn requiem mass. St. James' Church. 8 A. M. Int. Old Cathedral Cem.. 12 P. M. JERVIS. Oct. 12. ELIZABETH JANE, wife of John Jervls (nee Crawford). Relatives and friends Invited to funeral. Mon., 2 P. M.. from her late residence, 2335 8. 11th st. Int. Mt. Moriah Cem., Frienda may call Sun. eve. JONES Oct 18. WILLIAM C. beloved bnsband of Mary Ellen Jones. Relative and friends. Concord Lodge. No. 7845. I. O. O. F. M. V. : Court General Garfield, No. 161. F. of A., also employees of Folwell Bros., are Invited to attend funeral services. Tues. 2 P. M.. late residence. 2531 N. Lawrence st. Int. Mt. Peace Cem. Viewing- Mon. eve. KENNEDY. Oct. 11. JAMES E.. husband of the late Rose Kennedy (nee Guckin). Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral. Mon., 7.80 A. M.. late residence, 8104 Amber st. High mass. Church of the Nativity. 8 A, M. Int. New Cathedral Cem. KLIN'G. Oct. 11. HARRY W. KLINO. aed 47. Relatives and friends, also Washington Camp. No. 861. P. O. S. of A.; Philadelphia Commandery. No. 4. P. O. f. of A., and P. R. R. Relief, are invited to attend funeral serv- Llces. Sun. 9 P. M.. lata residence. 1649 N. ooin si. int. ipu, a. KLOTZ. Suddenly. Oct.- 12. CHARLES 8.. son of Louis and latsEmma Riots. Relatives and friends, and all organisations of which he was a member, are invited to fnneral. Tues.. 2 P. M.. residence. 2113 8. 5th st. Int. Mt. Moriah Cem. Friends call Mon., eve. KUN. Oct 12. LORENZ. husband of Betty Kun, aged 5. Funeral private, residence. 419 S. 8th st.. Sun.. 2 P. M. Int. Monteftore Cem. McARDLE. Oct. , 11. CATHARINE C. daughter of late James and Catharine Mc- Ardle. Relatives and friends, also a. v. si. Sodslity of the Transguration Church, invited to funeral. Mon.. 8.30 A. M.. from her late residence, 5825 Washington ave. Solemn requiem mass at Church of . the Tranafigura-tion, 10 A. M. Int. Cathedral Cem. , McDONALD. Oct. lO, DAVID a., husband of the late Sarah E. McDonald (nee Cum-mfnsi. Relatives and friends, also Phila. Lodge. No. 64. L. O. O. M.. and all other organizations of which he was a member, are invited to attend funeral services. Mon., 2 p M.. at the David G. Frankenfleld Bldg.. 317 N. 62d st. Int. Mt. Moriah Cem. View ing Sun.. 8 to lO xr. M. McGOLDRICK. Oct. 11. BERNARD F.. bus- band of Catherine McGoldrick. Relatives and friends, also Holy Name Society. Court Green- way. No. 34ii. F. of A.. Division r.o. r. A. U. H. : Phila. Lodge, No. 54. L. O. O. M.. invited to funersl. Mon.. 8.30 A. M-. late residence. 5501 Regen at Solemn mass of requiem. Church of the Most Blessed Sacrament. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. fcVAfEF Oct. 12. MARGARET C. aged 22. daughter of Patrick and Mary ,McNamee. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral, from her late residence. 839 N. 21st st. Solemn high requiem mass at A7hurch of St. Francis iavier. Tues.. t A. at. int. uia catne- dral Cem. MERroVTfH. Oct. 10. ANTHONY, son of Anthony and the late Mary Mercovlch (nee Dillon). Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral. Mon.. 8.30 A. M.. from his father's residence. 4038 N. Fairhill st. Solemn Requiem Alass at St. Veronica'a Church. 10 A. M. Int Holy. Cross. Remains viewed Sunday ave. MORRIS. (nee McAnney). Oct 12. MARY T. , wife of Daniel Morris, aged 58. Funeral. Tues.. 8.3 A. M.. residence. 2434 East Firth st. Solemn requiem high mass. St. Ann's Church. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre. Friends may call Mon. ere. MORRISON. At her home In Washington, D. C, 10th Mo. 11th. ELEANOR S.. wife of John L. Morrison and daughter of "the late James P. and Ellen M. Serrill. of Darby, Pa. Funeral and interment at Sharon. Pa. MORRISON. Suddenlv, at Cairo. Egypt. Oct. lO. CHARLES R. MORRISON. 4007 Chestnut St.. aged -nearly 20 years. Son of the late Mary Clark and Robert Morrison. TVBRIEN. Oct. 12, MARY (nee Sweeney), wife of the late Morris O'Brien. Funeral, to which relatives and friends are invited, Tues.. 8 A. M.. from residence of son, Daniel O'Brien, 2148 S. Howard at. High mass of requiem at Church of the Sacred Heart. 9.30 A. M. precisely. Int. Holy Cross Cem. PINKERTON. Oct. 12. SAMUEL L.. bna-band of the late Rebecca Pinkerton (nee Branson). Funeral services Tues.. 2 P. M., 1241 N. 56th st. Int. private. POWER. Oct. 11. JOHN M.. husband of Margaret C. Pow6f. aged 85. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend funeral, Mon.. 9 A. M.. from his Jate residence. 6116 Funston st. Solemu High Mass or Requiem t Our Lady of Victory Church. 10 A. M. Int. St. Denis' Cem. ROGERS. On Oct. 12, Mary Rogers, sged 82 vears. Relatives and friends are invited to the service on Monday, 2 P. M.. at her late residence. 728 South Smedley st. Interment private. ROSENHEIM. Oct 11. PATJT.INB EINSTEIN, wife of the late David Rosenheim, aged 81. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend funeral. Sun.. 2 P. M.. from Asher & Son's; Broad Street Chapel. 1309 N. Broad st. Int. Mt Sinai Cem. ROWAN. Oct. 12. at her lata residence, i "'M KnrnoA st.. LIZZIE A., widow of Patrick Rowan. Relatives and friends are invited to solemn requiem mass at et. jonn s i nurcn, 13th above Chestnut at.. Wed.. 10 A M. Int. prvate. , SCHONEMAN. Oct. 11, SUB D.. wife of J. Arnold Schoneman. Funeral services. Moo., 11 A. M. precisely, at her husband's residence. Bonsall and Morgan aves., Drexel Hill, Pa. Int. private. SHEERAN. Oct. 12. ANNA C. beloved wife of the late Frank P. Fheeran. Relatives and friends, also Sacred Heart Sodality of St. Augustine's Church, invited to funeral. Tues., 8.30 A. M.. from her late residence, 240 N. Lawrence st. Solemn requiem mass. St. Augustine's Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Meyer Uoth Company 'Che largest .commercial art or ganization in the field, offer you a different training. If you like to draw, develop your talent. Study this practical tcourae -taught by this widely known institution, with twenty - two years success which each year sells to advertisers over ten thousand commercial drawings. Who else could give you so wide an experience? Commercial art is a highly paid. D intensely interest inc profeaaion, equally k open to tneo and women. Home a tad y I instruction. Get facte before yoa ea roll ia any school. Write for our epec. ialbook. "YOUR OPPORTUNITY for one-halt the COt o oailiB four tPfAU it stamp. PHILADELPHIA OFFICCl 1214 Walnut Street. Dept. 5? M EVER BOTH COMPANY A Department ml Art litttrecttoti S I Learn Languages By Conversation Trie famous Berllts Method ef conversational instruction enables every student to acquire an excellent knowledge of any modern lanjruatre in a very short time. French. Spanish, German. Italian, etc., taught rv experienced native teachers. Private and Clasa instruction Day and E?venin. Free Trial Treason fl Jr eci-iooL, ok T f LANGUAGES KaT BRANCHII 1541 Chestnut St. Tel. Spruce 4UH WE PRE? ARE Y0TJ FOR COLLEGE e?t?s?It. in 12 to 16 months PHARMACY. Moraine: er areata. LAW. ETC. Moderate rates Call or Write, for Circular. Lincoln Prep. School 638 PINE ST.. PHILA, Dr. M. E. Laoayowker. Director. Strayer s Business College 807 Chestnut Street. Walnut 03-84 OfrirA WnrW We develop the highest VIlice TV oris. ,kln lQ Shorthand. Typewriting-, Bookkeeping, etc., in our students and get the largest salaries for them. PHILADELPHIA TURNOEMELND , Broa and Columbia Are. Schools Onen in September Tnstructien in Gymnastics. Swimmlar. TMv inr. Life Savin and German. Booklet. Atolr at sfBca. 1705 N. Broad St. f-II tVF-I Who' of pva e instmrtion. Stenography. Bkp'g. etc. 11 S. 16 th BOOEKEZriKO and shorthand, dav and nieht classes. Phila. Business College. 1710 Market. SHEPPER. Oct. 12. TTLLIE. beloved wife of Casimler Shepper ( nee -Kuka wsks I . Relatives and friends. ls empluyees of Kwro Hosiery Mills. ;ire invited to iitrenj funeral. Tri".. I) A. M.. from her mother's resilience. yU7 E. Tlionmpson st. Solemn hiuli r':i"'ein niiis Mt St. Liitirentlus Cliurch. Hi A. M. Interment Holy Redeemer Cem. SHERIDAN. Oct. 11. MARY, daughter of late Jmnes and Ann Sheridan (nee 1'runtyl. aged 75. Relatives and friends invited to attend funeral. .Mon.. t.30 A. M., parlor, residence of John W. Shea. 141H Christian st. Solemn mass of requiem. St. Teresa's Church. 10 A. M. Int. St. Patrick's Cem.. Norrlstown. Pa. Remains may be viewed Sun., until 10 P. M. SPATES. Oct. 12, MARY C ( beloved wife of William Spates (nee Olsont. aged 52. Relatives and friends, also members of Advent Lutheran Church, are invited to attend funeral services. Mon. 2 P. M. precisely, at her hnsband's residence, 2337 N. Orlanna st. Int. Hillside Cem. Viewing Sun., 7 to 10 P. M. THOMPSON. Of t42f Spruce t.. on Oct. 11. LEWIS A. THOMPSON. Relatives snd friends are invited to the service on Monday. 11 A. M.. at the residence of his brother-in-law, Howard (;. Mitchell. Woodly road. Merlon. Pa. Interment private. UNGEU. Oct. 12. ANNIE C. UNOER. daughter of John H. and the late Kate L. Young. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend funeral services; Mon.. 2 P. M. precisely, at the David II. Schuyler Bldg., Broad and Diamond sts. Int. private. WAGNER. Late of 2227 N 22d st. Oct 13. BERNIIAHI). husband of late Mary Wagner. Relatives and friunds. also employees of (iulf Refining Co, are invired to attend funeral services. Tues. 7 P M, funeral parlor of William H Chew. S W . cor 56th and Spruce sts. Int. Feru wood Cem. Friends may call Mon.. 8 to 10 P. M. WALKER. Oct. 10, ELMER H.. eon of William and the late Lydla H. Walker, In his 17th year. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services, Mon., 2 P. M., father's residence, 22H0 N. Bouvler st. Int. Mt. Peace Cem. -Remains may be viewed Sua., after 7 P. M. WALLACE. Oct. 12, HENRY F.. beloved husband of Ida A. Wallace (nee Roe). Relatives and friends, Klngsessing Lodge. No. Classified Ads Received After 5 P.M. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WEST PHILADELPHIA SIDE YARD HOMES Two and Three-Story. Stone Construction. Central' Plant Heat TYNNEW00D ROAD AND MONTGOMERY AVE. Block from 63d and Lebanon Avenue INOVERBROOK. Car Route 41 SEE AGENT, 6346 MONTGOMERY AVENUE MARTIN McWILLIAMS JOS. A. MELONEY 539 South 52d St. Phone Woodland 7308 MALLJANJTE CLERK, young man. over 20 rears of age. for general clerical work. Apply 24th st. entrance. 24th & Walnut sts.. Atlantic & Pacific Co. CORNICE makers wanted for outside work. J1.10 per hour. Apuly Phila. Sheet Metal A Roofing Co.. 2333 8. Alder st. . DISH WAS HKR. colored, fast. H5; no Sunday work. Bookbinder. 125 Walnut St. ' ELECTRICAN'8 helper. 3 years' exp.. mint have tools. Taylor Bros.. 1x03 K. Allegheny. MECHANIC, young man. to take care of a fleet of trucks, must be able to do minor repairs and wash one car a day. Apply W. L. Kline. 2617 (lermantown ave. MEN wanted, several reliable men. for steady positions in our warehouse. Apply 24ti st. entrance at 24th and Walnut ets.. Atlantic ft Pacific Co. PRINTER, to take charge of imprinting and making labetls in pa!ie factory ;mut be a colorer and make ready man at present to work alone: must be good, capable man and able to handle help when department is enlarged. Answer fully giving experience, sal-arv desired, etc. T-29. Inquirer of lice. SAIESMAN High-grade man to handle ana solicit saving- accounts for centrally located bank. Excellent proposition for man of ability and clean record. Call Monday afternoon. 032 Ilrexel Building. SALESMAN and shipping clerk for inside, munt know both thoroughly, for wholesale hosiery house. good position to right party, chance for advancement, state age. salary and exp. W-2B2. Inquirer ornce. SALESMEN We have the best cosl-saing . i ., i. ti Hm to sell it to v,n t.ihernl commission insures large earnings. 1U t nestnui iuwu SALESMAN, with car and following in general merchandise, toys n; n"1"--''" ply Monday after 9 A. M. 244H Frankford, SLAG roofers wanted. Ayvy FM. Sheet Metal Sr KOOTlne LO.. 51. iicr wi. TIN roofers wanted. l Pr hour. Phila. soeei Jietai ac. nwum j g. Alder st. .... FEMALEJ4 &WJ5 HOUSEWORK General, aleep out. 1. 2731 N. iztn st. Ki-wnPiPKR advertising solicitors. Excellent opening with bright future for real Producer. Permanent. Give past exp.. present sslsry. future hopes and phone, confidential. W-254. Inquirer-, xifuce. PAPER boxes, exp. girls on ti t I n ar m a -rl n. lso girls on covering mn-innc. " . idv work. 720 Houth 11th st. ateao SALESWOMEN, exp. in Jewelry prer.. Desi ref required, good salary, permanent position to those who qualify. Apply Fairfax Jewelry Co.. 933 Marketst. . SITUATIONS WANTED MALE aC?T PRSSwlshes worklnlromerTaTl Granite 1488. 22 North 67th street. YOUNG MAN. colored, desires Thursday. Friday and Saturday work every week, any kind- chauffeur, laundry or porter. Preston 4573-J. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE STENOGRAPHER, des. pos.. S yej high school graduate. Diamond 6276-J. PARCEL POST GLASSES GLASSES SPECIAL . Large nhtll frames. Silver finished hinges. Filled with best lenses for reading. My T A A prescription or your own PJe WW DURE. JACKSON Formerly with FUnaren Optician Co. 101 S. 13th St. Jo W rent. Price reduced on rlaaeee. PE-UPHOLSTERING -Aa It Should Be lone ci nS 1 S S2 5 SL,IY COVERS TO ORDEE Brass Beds Helaeqnered Samples r trimarrm rj,r I CROWN UPHOLSTERING CO.' KSft-Hvio Walnut bt. Backed bv 40 Yrs.' Experience tiring Ron. Dining Room A Bedroom Furniture at incomparable Pnl"- Phone WaTnnt 1MW. Main tllB MONEYJTJOAN YOU CAN BORROW MONEY ON EASY TERMS This society loans money In sums up to $300 on household furniture, pianos, talking machines, etc.. without removing the se rur-lty. Also on notes to ownera of real estate. Men and women can borrow here where monthly payments are arranged to suit the convenience of the borrower end lawful interest charged only for the actual days money-is used. All transactions are prirate and confidential. We welcome inquiry; iBfiirnia-tion cheerfully given. Call, write or. phone. SPBCCB 1-3-4-0 ATLAS LOAN SOCIETY ROOM 20, TRANSPORTATION BLDO. 2nd Floor (One Flight Up) 28 SOUTH 15TH ST. Supervised by State Banking Dept AN INDIVIDUAL WTTX t,ENT TP TO $300.00 TO DESBRVINO PEOPLE OWNING TI1E1R OWN HOMES OR rURNlTTJRB. NOTHING BUT LEGAL RATES. CALI WRITE OR PHONB. Walnut 6-8-8-0 WALTER L. WESTPHAL 408 Victory Building 1001 Chestnut Street ASK FOR MR. GEORGE L. HENDERSON Other Money to Loan Ads on Page I of Classified Ad Section. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Walnut St.i Auction Room f07 Walnut st. Sale Tues.. Oct. 16 1023.10 A. M. i. van load household goods frmi storage and private residence most be sold. parlor suit, washing mac w i,V- pieces. 1413 Ritiier t. - - " b 25 209. I. O. O. V.; Mary Johnson Rebecca Lodge. No. l.,2. I. O. --O. F. : KliicsesKlnir Quoit Clu!, are Invited to,funernl. Wed., i. V. M.. re-.lden.-e. 14.12 S. 4!h st. Int. private. Arlington Cem. . iewlng Tues,, eve. WIRTH. Oct. 11. .ANNIE- B.. wife of August Wlrth. Relatives and friends are lnvlt.I to attend funeral services. Mou.. 1 3t) P M , at the apartments of William If. Battershv. 3.116 N. Broad st. Int. Mt. Moriah Cem. Remains viewed Sua., 8 to 10 P. M. Wl'RSTEK. Oct. 11. PHILIP, husband of late Matilda Wurster (nee Krausei, aged 8:.. Relatives and friends invited to services, Mon., 2 p. M.. at the Frank T. Hessloger Building Susquehsniia ave.. east of Front at. Int. strictly private. Hillside Cem. Viewing Boa. evening. ?0P,Kr0("t- 7- Manila. Philippine Island-. DAVID F.. soa of late David 8. and Ellsabaili Zonk. 1520 N. 12th St.. Phila. Due notice of funeral will be given. IN MEMORIAM CHRISTY. WM. D . on 14th day of October. 1921. Sadly missed but not forgotten. Mother and Sisters. IN MEMORY of eur'dear mother. Mary A. Kpence. who departed this life October 14. lfli; HER CHILDREN. S BROAD AND BROAD AND DIAMOND CEMETERY LOTS HILLSIDE. 8 graves. Chelten Hills. 4 graves. nf.6 W. Penn st. LOT IN EVERGREEN section of Cemetery. 920 H. Cecil st. lilllsl.l. LOT FOR SALE Mt. Morish. near old trance. 2346 St. Albans Place. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WEST PHILADELPHIA jjYT JERSEY fc KIRKWOOD -9 very deir. homes. rrae ' b an convs.. prices ranging iimtn to S7.VM1 nice locality. Also nue house. 1 rme aivi r on.? ,cr found. $10.(K0. See Mr 11 CjJiiMjrsJnJJJfJrkwoodx. J. MT' U' CITT "ished ."J'' ro",? th. unfurn- rnlng854S M. "U d,y 8und'- AW. pra'ce""1 P'ft f hOUe' 2305 CITY BUSINESS ROOMS AND OFFICES ,.'r . spacious. Frankford ave. very reasonable. REAL ESTATE WANTED WANTED, by builder, unimproved property rveJ(rjjLrra.J2ii,s, Inquirer office. ROOMS TO RENT HOLLIWOOD, N aNe. 1549 Two rooms, reaion- YORK w.li- S'-.J42'1 rurn- aecond story rm ad I. hath. Southern exposure, elec. A ht rei 12TH. N.. B17 Nicely furn. rooms, for lodg-lng. elec. hot-water heat, rm.. reasonable. uiH T.. N.. 2001 Two nlcelv furnished housekeeping, elec. hot-water n. 47TH KL. 8.. 1128. off Chester ave hKpg. run., ail convs.. electricity . furn. ItCirn A I ITnmnn i i roSBcoupo7xcJyi Moon Agency. B3L'2 North Broad street FORD touring 1919. good condition. demT Bargain. $110. 3.358 N. 10th street. NATIONAL Sextet sedan. 1920 model. A I cond. Apply 2448 Frankford ave. after Mont Repair Shops AND Garages A well-known motor truck manufacturer will consider appointing; a first-clasa repair shop or garage as lta - OFFICIAL SERVICE STATION for Philadelphia. Only a high-grade corporation or Individual will be considered and who has facilities to ndn-quatel.T render A-l serrice to tha hundred or more trucks now operating in this territory. Parts stock of $7000 must ba carried, which the manufacturer will liberally finance. Present parts sale averaging $400 net profit per month. For Interview, address reply MANUFACTURER Box No. W-224, Inquirer off. FARM AND GARDEN PLANT, BULBS NOW to have Spring's Earliest Flowers TTe hare Just rcelred from Holland a supply of famous "W ill o r o w" bulbs. Plumb nad solid, these bulba yield far more gorgeous and fragrant blooms. Ttae following offers are truly unusual. Mixes' Croessst 20t aer aaz.. $1.00 tr 100. $8.00 aer 1000. Darwin Tslips Mixes celert, 50s per sec. $3.50 per 100. $30.00 Par 1000. Single Early Tulips Mixetf colors, 50s per 102., $3.25 pr 100. Doubl Early Tatips Mixes (alert, 50a par del., $3.60 per 100. Cettaos Tolls Bert varieties, 60s per so.. $3.75 psr 100. , Narcissi Best varietiet. $1.00 Bar ., $7.50 per 100. Hyacinth Light er ark pink, light er ark bias, er wtilts. Stats ealsr. 15 sash, $1.50 per sot, $10.00 per 100. "Fall Planting Suggestions and Directions," with list of Bulba in named varieties for outdoor or Indoor plants, free on request. B. F. BARR St CO, Keystone Nnr series) It Bavrr BldaT. Iaui raster, pa. DOGS, BIRDS, ETC. OAXA.BIE8 CANARIES, $3.85 Roller and Harts Mt. canaries. These are rouoa; canaries of hicheet anality; every one guaranteed slatrer. Best mixed seed. 10 lbs. 75c. Psrcel Pest S1.00. Wholesale end retail. Larce Tariety ef canary cares sold direct to you at wholesle. Bend for free Illustrated catalocue. Open Sunday Biddlet 2238 Ridge Ave. FOR SALE HEATERS. 6 Freed heaters 40S.1 Richmond heater No. 10. OOO ft. steam radiation. All or one can be bought. Price ress. Wm. Scbwarb-man. 40 S. 62d Bt. Kher. DIAMOND rin. solitaire 2 karat, absolutely perfect, blue white, private party will aav flee for cash. N-269. Inquirer oftlce. JBUSTNES Tpv Ty T On account of other btislnes. IJlVUvJ I sm offerlnir for ale my dreir store at a sacrifice. fr I wonl.l r( fry T T7 consider au n-tHe rartner; JSjiXX!!i c"l Orepon S.'iD'j for miiioiut-ment. fjuuday and Monday only. ', ! GARAGE and repair shop. tl.Vl month, .how room car aeency. 6 used enrs included, priv 7SO Art auick. Spruce 7912. PERSONAL rtOlVU TO FLORIDA Refined couple with home in Miami n; d n-d to tn'rine offers services nrrsncina. ci'J-ir.tr companion'!!. drivliiK. party lirn in r with enousrh room to Miami for expanses will use own KrankMn seisn If ruirtv i;l purchaVe at $175. Phone 0503-113. W ilmii. ;- fi-n 11. " HOUSE V1KIN;. special prteea. eusy tenu . rell Preton 536( for estimate. ' 4'

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