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THE PHILADELPHIA INQVIfcfcK, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1936 24 a b d e f 4 it; I If i ; fe ' - i ? ,i I fil',1 1 ' .1 : RADIO i'i STATIONS ON THE AIR W I Mi: M i.vll 11 Letters. M, M5 49J 4M 452 3D 349 330 399 300 S94 959 ci 934 229 991 919 K.O VVAHCSnlon llnslrale Wl Al'-Olil limit. W TN.I MomiiiB llrvntiullS We'll.-1 1 cii I Hi Forum 9 A. M. WKIt. Pnllv ami .Iran NIP Siilviilli.n Arinv llaml WHAKOItl Ikii'ti.r Jim WJZ IImiii o Or. Ii WOK I liur. li 11 nns kVW Hii nl.il in Willi: Slnllliilii.iis WCAU VV Vim V itrlcli mo-irriiiii VV HAT Nlnlh I'rc.l.l Iitihii Oliilrrlt Vi VS llr'tv Or Hnniid Jr. IS VVHI. Brnkla-t Clnli WIP M.Ik" 111 Hit.. Wlill 'lull. Mchl-rii I Ivlne KVW. W K.AK-v'nrlctr iru-i: i ;uii II I VI Emliniitlntr M m.ciiie WHAT Kituiili li..t.n -, 9 30 wil' II. 'i nil W l!A .0 ti Ml iiriiurniii W I III! Alfred Srunr.l WI'AI'. W ABO Ailu'd to Mm I VVTN.l Nnn Htiveiipnrt W KM. W OK -lean VI. lire 9 45 tt nll li Klelrlier W II X Jrwii.li Np W Altc En-. 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IF WW ml DRAMAS OF EVERYDAY LIFE Tune In for a fascinating program depicting dramatio Incidents In the lives of typical everyday people. I i : kJ FEATURES (All Schedule in Standard Time) Tuesday, April 21, 1936 Broadcast Highlights 12.00 Noon KVW, U'EAF San Jacinto Battlefield Field Mass. 2 45 1. M. WCAU Details of Vankeen-Allilftiu Baseball Game (WIP at 2.55 P. M.) 10.00 I. M. WFII., U JZ-Emers;enry Peace program. Ringing; of Liberty Bell by Mayor Wilson. Addresses by Mrs. Franklin I. Roosevelt and others. 10.00 P. M. WCAU, WABC Adolphe Men-Jou and V'erree Teasdale, guests of Mary Plikford. 10.45 P. M. WABC "The Wagner Housing Bill," Senator Robert F. Wagner of New York. 10.15 P. M WJZ Acceptance of Presidency of National Republican Club by Col. Theodore Roosevelt. W It AX Italian prnfrmn WI'AI', W Mil' ll. li ii I rr nt h VV. W KAK Mil' Oiiarti'l W II' linrl.-n lli 11 30 WKII. A ill li'l W illi Mil I'rrkill". krl' li W II X l'..li"li IMI'klH'll V lllll rlni0il N.' , . kill. 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I." Krank W 1 llrllv ami Hull. Sk'lih VV IIAX Pull-li Pmaram KVW. WKAK Woinam mam Activities of the Day in Real Estate WHITEMARSH, STENTON AVE., 25-acre farm, opposite the Aviation Country Club, has b?en sold by John deZ Hamilton for Charles D. Hnckett to Winslow Lewis, of Plymouth Meeting. It was held for sale at $20,000. Elkins, Slieble & Co. co-operated in the transaction. PENN AND McMICHAEL STS., S. W. cor., two-story garage, assessed at $.")500, has been conveyed, by L. H. Richards, Jr. to J. W. Snowden and others, trustees, subject to a mortgage of $8000. The lot is 70 bv 90 feet. 334 E. WADS WORTH ST., new house, lot 78 by 100 feet, has been sold bv A, E. Hayes to R. S. Wood, for $11,500. 547 S. 49TH ST.. property with lot 23 by 93 feet, is reported sold ! by Frank T. Harrison, Jr. for a j client to Joseph T. Scanlan. It is ! assessed at $6000. 1621 CONLYN ST.. dwelling, has i been purchased by Samuel Jasner, : Jr. from the Castor Highland De-j velopment Corporation, for $6950. j Friedman & Friedman, Inc. negoti-1 ated the deal. j 716 N. 16TH ST., three-story i house, held for sale at $2000, has j been sold by KlinKt'l-Wllson-Schmid j for a client to John A. Goodwin. iThe lot is 18 by 103 feet; the assessed valuation 55300. I.IMELKIN PK. AND MICHE- ! NER ST., N. W. cor., plot of ground, j 80 by 100 feet, has been bought by Morris Goldstein through Albert M. Greenfield & Co. from the receiver of the Fr?d Shmidheiser Building tc Loan Association, for $3500. It will be developed with a group of dwellings. Benjamin Glnsburg co-operated in the transaction. 4061 ROWLAND ST.. two-story dwelling, offered for sale at $3200, is reported sold by Harry E. Thomson, Inc. for the Allegheny Avenue Building & Loan Association. Myers-Davenport, Inc. co-operated In the deal. 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WEAK f 'yanl'i Orrh WPKN I Han. e Mulr W'CAI' -Xiiht Onl Proiram 12. OS W.IZ VVIIIaon Orch m.10 WCAU-Dallay a Onli 19 15 WIP lilPlp'a Orrb. 12.30 Willi Ji.l.iiann a Orrli. KVW WKVK N'orrla' Onh VVCAI' W All!' -CiiL'al a Hrrh WJZ UPOnrr tltarii'a Orrh. 19.45 WIP Kraa'ttn Or. h. EAGLE, CHESTER COUNTY. ROUTE 100, farm, comprising 175 acres, has been sold by Horace Hause to Clement Rutter et ux. Charles E. Pusey represented both purchaser and seller. 910 MARLYN RD., two-story residence, assessed at $4800, is reported sold by Penn M. Mooney for a client to David Ferrcns, represented by A. C. Carrigan. 211 S. FRONT ST., four-story building, has been leased through J. Labe, Jr., to the Florida Shrimp Producers. 1930-32-34 SANSOM ST.. vacant lot, has been rented by Edgar D. Fitzgerald from the Chartered Investment Co. Valdcs & Co., Inc., negotiated the lease. 920' . CHESTNUT ST., store, has been leased by Richard J. Seltzer for a client to Wilbur S. Hitchman. 1214 N. ORKNEY ST., one-siory building, has been rented by the Bryn Mawr Trust Co., administrator of the estate of David M. Hess through John J. MacDonald to Russell E. Nittinger, Inc. 13TH AND MARKET STS., N. E. cor., Room 305, Colonial Building, has been rented through Harry C. Lleberman to the Misses McEnery and DeAzeuro. 116 S. 13TH ST., store, has been rented by Bernard Glickman and Abe Orlow from the estate of Wll-l'am Freihofer. Albeit M. Greenfield & Co. negotiated the lease. At the Recorder of Deeds office yesterday the following were record ed: Deeds,' 44; mortgages, 33; assignments of mortgages, 9; releases of mortgages, 2; cash considerations amounted to $6o,890; mortgase con sideratlons amounted to $39,350 and ground rents were none, All Instruments left for record at the above office to April 10 are now ready ior delivery. BUILDING PERMITS GRANTED NEW STRUCTURES John Anilrtaaal. 7HIM! (otlaa at. tvra "I"" mvi'iiiin s aide JJerlUan al. R u i iiiri , tvaey 1 ti.iiy. ADDITIONS A. A (7. Srliiirlaili. noli:, N 11112 Soiilli al.: mat i.'UHKi. 101 h at., to ALTERATIONS Ale Jaatririiibki. 4T.12 1'lrrce at., ..ui rupiar nial eMail. Lmtvi'lK Collali llrlion Co. 230(1 a. Sill it tu lllll South at.: roat SK'ili. Mortmia- Servlre ... . l:,(H Walnut at. to 23U H. Broad at.: wt $:anaj. Itriib.li Kara-ow. 2420 8 tub, at.. . SOU Lluil.y at.: roe! e.tai. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Onlniilerallon In the following tranfira la nominal, psrrpi where ante prlre I. kivii: illl. e a. 2tl' a Mountain ll Mulder to vi u nana. APnt i... iii:ui u''i4v Hiatal. HUH :.-,, N -VI Craig to A M Chambera, Anril 17. jii.m i.n n 'iii;' v.'.iiio. ATI V NTH , l'.'HI W-C MiM.-r lo A I. aiacinnia. rttiru j... in.oi ta t,ii hii-mi BANOnilKT IV a JI14B'' a Wolf -V .lima turrl lo A Kapoalto, April 13, Hum. 1 i ti i 311' '21(kl UKKlllto. ate, 113 1',," a ' llui.l. mill Cum- rnnk.i Mnldln To tu R PrlB'o, A or II IS. ltiim. .irn"irrii l.t.vai. Hold to J.ilra Lulu. Iuc. April IS. 1931. llilfpa IL'4IMI. CARLISLE, w . )'" Snyder-f Mar tin lo M BoBilanoff. Atirll 10, lHo 1.VI40' nno oiia Kiiai, CKHAH 111)21-1, I.ltow to 1 LHnw A or II IS 11136, I.V7"i"7 1," nut 2.a1 CI'MRKItLAMi. 410 VV H R'dPk'r ll P M'lolP. Anril 16 llllW. l'i5.V. I7.'I. niAMIINO. n a. 33' w 3-d -1 H W lllll" to K Ri-aapl Anrll 17. 1936. 1 W)' SHkl. mil I llal EMORV, a ' a. 4B'7U" n Bitckltia f!'n Caaimir I'ulaivakl H 1. In S Kiwiknw- kl. Anrll 17. I WW. 13'9'i "tJ7' JI7iai KIIIK. '.'Ill J Kniknihrrarr to I T Mac- alll.lpr, Anrll 17. IKIW. I4'2"i07'. 2. KKNVVVN. n f a. anil a t a Ur-.'r K S S'luipiilrr In H T Jacohy April 16. 1938. Wil Hi' SHiiiiai, Sold lii J J Srli'iik. Anrll 16. 193B. Sold tu S T Jkcolir. Anrll 17. IU36. all J'Jl.Wl. I.IPPIM'OTT 111-Krankn lloldlnit Co In t Ward. Aunt II. Hlllll. 1CHU 3 '. HI2.'.. LIVTNOSTON, 3il II A KalilTiini lo J P Martin. Auril 17. 11)36. 13 ll' lJl'6 '. nuiai. .. ... MAOIIK. SIHIl-litraJ Itomra. In', to tt W llnkrr. Anril HI. H'lHI Hi'lT'lHl'-". f4.(l. l'OPl.Alt ami 27TII. n ar or Phllanlliroi.' Muliial I, Ina Co lo V W liilinil. April li. Until. I4';"u'". 7:a- rilTTKR 33'.'3 J W SliP'ta. Jr to E llrrniaiiadoifi r. April 14. 1930. '.4 J.VI . H'.pjr.ii. RKKSK. 4117 V O J DoP'r to R r Rparlie. Anril 17 11136. I4'4"i6!l' VMM IIIIHIK. li ' a. H7'4" n w I'arri.h -0 ( aril. .op to M M KrhiiaU. Ore 74. Hi, 13. ' 23.V. ItlSINH KI N. w a. 8S'2i," I Ijiray. 16 "H'OV- liiinrannon. n a 224 7 Hi Kronl. 16'Jlll.l' - P N Olialiman lo A M Illilav. Anrll 7. HUM. . . , RVAV. 33111 K H.'lillllint la 1 J Pla't'r-pI'IpI. Aurll 17. 19311. l.VI!'4"lHkrll V . .'.2IHI SKHOI.KV. n w a. r,S2V w lOih W O Honan lo M K PI", al. April 111. 1H36. 14'IIV 177'lt" mllra li). SOVIMKHS w a. 4:.B'li" p 74lh yP-K KlPly to 11 U Wilaon, April 1.1 193H. Hi'iim'. . . SI' It A i: I K n a avod a a a O.iraia J A I'.n.rkPH In J A llnirkrii Jr. Aurll 7. 11)36. 'n'7V'x7.V. nilifra p.'i'JVO. ST1IILINH l!l,'. J A No'pn In M A Unt. Aor 17 lll.'tn 1 K 1 1 loo . I.44lal. TASKKR. a a. 47' ' Jiinitirr A Or Cam to K Itiiiman,,, ilarrli HI. num. i.i xtu . "rKi TOIIIIKSDALR. a a. .W a w llpvprrain- E H sun ii. lo l, ,N la-allivm, ai. urn ii P.I3I1 T.Vvl.lV WAKItlNOTON. 3S4.V-p.una Co in VV r H Amnio Anr 13. 1911(1 l.l liar, aiai W Kl I.IXOTON n a a 2!7'7V n w Kw land - I HatiniL'an lo .1 J nil'k. Ainrrn 111. HIIW l.VlliV'tNS'llV' SMIIO ZHHALHA. 2211-M II Hiinli to VV VV Harrla, al. April 17. lli:iil :ni:r MORTGAGES RECORDED 2D S'JO X I Soniartnan lo K Oolilamllh. stlaal. 3111. Sil.1.1 X-n J Rartipa to K J UcCtrren, (2H3N.X4. 7TI1. Hlllll S-W O Baaa lo I. 1)1 Snnlo, IIIIIO. 13111. 1931 S-J Ounrlnl to P-tina Co. trtia :.4i). ISI'il. 1024 S I llnarlnl to Hume Otvn'ra Loan ( oro. 92I1IIO. Ill I 1 1 . 2334 N -K N Chambrra to Slarkl.am K .V I,. X7IM 2tST, 2223 S-W A Wi'at'nh'rg to Hrc.'nd Soul irat..rn H Aaau. Hl'.'lal. BANITIOKT. a3ll2 S-A Kapoalto to B S moo. trtia SHaMI. RKIiHIIO. 'JillS H H I'rlnio to Land Title Bk A Tr Co Iriia. SPJikl. BMHIIHI). 2HI4 S It Prime to Ijlnd Title Hk A Tr Co trtia. I 2(l. CI.K.VIKNT1NK. 20(11 K K P Bur to lle-I.r On II A I.. H ikl. KIIIK 231 VV I i; llarallialrr to J Krork nlirrirrr. S Ma). KltA.IUK. 2M1 8-C Killtnn lo Girard Tr Co. trua. I1IMHI KliONT 21122 24 X H Strumnf to let Jilt ( ..rn of Phi . 2s.taai. KKNWVN. n ' a. 1 (Ml' a l.arte g Jnroliv to trankford "r Co. 42ii KKNWVN. n ' a. 12f.' a p l,iirp S Jnrohv lo Krankfurd Tr On. I42IMI KUNWVN. n ' a 13n' a f lirire S .inrinv to rrinkrun Tr Co. 42ial KF.NWVN n ' a. 17.1' a e large S Jnrohv to rrankford Ir Co. f42tai LAItOK. a a. and n e a Krn.vyn 3 Hilipiik lo Krankruld Tr CO. 12 1.SIKI. LIPPINIOKT. Ill W-C Ward lo SI S mrotl a II A I.. 1W1. I.IV'INliSTON 30SI--.I 1' Marlln to Eaatarp rtiiia H I.. Jlliai. MAOKK II till i H W Darker to 0 W fred r . k. 2Sim. MII.I.KR. 3HI2-T Adamlk to J T Slihlnakl STIMI. MolililS. 1S13-P A Rodia to Liberty Bell H Ann siiaai RVAN. 3.1111 -.1 ,f Platter.nlel to Xortli'tat Natl Hk or I'lilla. 942tai. SOVIMKHS. 74.-.A-H (i Wilaon lo O Smith. a trua. 3iaai. ST ALBANS. 2IISS-.1 St Clair to Horn' Bui . rra II ft I.. l 2(a). STKHI.lXil. 1D.1.S (i II l.ar.e to 1 T Nolen k Solia. JIIIIKI STKHI.INi) 103S O 11 Line to J K Nutt. nl ':o ni , TASK Kll. 1110-r Ililiialano to A Uwrence ll A SI2IBI. W ADSWOIt I'll. 334 E-R S Wood to Penn MiiHiii I. ifr Ina Co. T(kl VVKI.I.INO'I'ON, 322II -J J Hurke to Bene- Br a S V Sor. 2lili. ZKHALHA. 22rt-M H Dunn al. to A Simian, al. trua. II2iai. 2 BOY KILLERS GIVEN 199 YEARS IN PRISON CHICAGO, April 20 (A. P.). Judge Joseph Burke said to keep them in the penitentiary the rest of Sentences oi 199 years, designed the lives, were imposed today on two of the four 'teen age gangsters indicted for murdering Dr. Silber C. Peacock, child specialist, last Janu- EARLE BLAMES RELIEF HEAD FOR REQUEST Continued From First Page Women's Luncheon Club at the Ritz-Carlton. "Reactionary newspapers have criticized me for presenting a large bill for relief," declared the Governor, "It wasn't my bill, It was re quested by my relief director, Mr. de Schwelnltz. "I fought a battle last year to get a sufficient amount lor relief, but they said relief was only necessary for one year." De Schwelnltz at Harrlsburg last night said he assumed full responsibility for the estimate. "It's entirely true that I gave the figures to Governor Earle," he stated. "It's my estimate and I take full responsibility for it," Earle, however, is chairman of the State Emergency Relief Board, and with the other members must determine if de Schwelnitz's demands are excessive. In his address. Earle also repeat ed that he Intends to Include flood relief and control, social security legislation and laws to relieve over crowding and fire hazards at State institutions in his call for the special session, which will be issued the latter part of this week. To Protect Animals Also, he said he would add an other subject, heretofore not men tioned, in tne caii. It will prohibit the torture ol animals at roadside zoos. "Relief is the hardest problem in the United States," the Governor told the Democratic women. "If the problem is going to be solved, we are going to solve it. "Direct relief is a terrible problem. We are now spending $8,000,000 a month and that amount will not be reduced if WPA is cut down." Earle's claim that $8,000,000 a moiuh is being expended for relief in Pennsylvania is not borne out in de Schweinltii's regular weekly report on unemployment assistance costs. Although de Schwelnltz Is asking for $70,500,000 for relief until December 31, on the basis of $9,-000,000 a month for May and June and $8,750,000 a month for the subsequent period, the relief director's weekly report indicates he Is spending on an average of $5,000,000 a month. Committee Opposes Demand In opposing the huge relief request, four Republican members of the legislative harmony committee, and at least two Democrats, contend that the costs are dwindling due to the pickup in private employment. Earle, In his address before his party workers, declared that the number of relief chiselers is dwindling. "I think the chiselers reached be tween two and four per cent, of the relief load." Earle asserted. "That number is being reduced. "If you can show me any scar ary 2. The other two wait trial. The pair Durland Nash, 19. and Robert Goethe. 19 pleaded guilty to the murder charge and Goethe testified he shot the physician, who was enticed from his home on the pretext of a "mercy call." Racing in Mud at Fair Grounds Upheld By Court THE State Supreme Court yesterday came to the aid of 'mnrlrlArs M tVlncp laA Vinrspc. that are at their best in heavy, mucky going. The Columbia County Agricul tural, Horticultural and Mechanical Association, the Court held, was un der no compulsion to postpone the races at its county fair because the track was muddy. In so ruling, the Court reversed the decision of the Superior and Co lumbia county courts, which had allowed Mrs. Bartholomew James, ot Northumberland, $1000 as damages and an equal amount to her husband. Mrs. James was bowled over by a runaway horse at the fair in September, 1930. The Supreme Court also held there was no legal substance to the woman's contention that the fence surrounding the track was of insufficient height. The horse, after racing wild around the course jumped the fence and struck Mrs James, who was walking along a roadway in the lair grounds. HOSIERY UNIONS MEET The 2ath annual convention of the American Federation of Hosiery Workers began a week of sessions yesterday at the Adelphia Hotel, with 200 delegates from 18 States present to represent the 65,000 members. Congressman Henry Ellenbogen, of Pittsburgh, told the convention that the National Federation of Textiles, the Silk Institute of America and other employer organiza tions now have backed the bill he introduced providing for creation of a Textile Commission, to be ap pointed by the President with five- year terms. This commission would have power to establish minimum wages for both skilled and unskilled workers in textile industries. Emil Rleve, president of the Federation, accused President Roosevelt of having "made a grave mistake when he failed to increase the members of the Supreme Court so as to insure a majority of liberal." WOMAN LEAPS TO DEATH Mrs. Josie Floyd, 40, plunged six floors to her death early yesterdav from a fire escape of the Hotel Roosevelt, 23d and Walnut sts. Po lice said she had been ill several months and listed the death as a suicide. Police announced Mrs. Floyd and her husband, John M. Floyd, an em ployee of the U. S. Department of Commerce, went to a motion picture snow Sunday night with a daughter, Martha, 14. On their return to the apartment Floyd sent out for Ice cream and all soon retired. Another daughter. Miriam, 19, returned hoome at 1.30 A. M. and went into her parents' bedroom td' kiss her mother good-night. She found her mother's bed empty and aroused the other members of the family. city of agricultural or manufacturing products, or a scarcity of labor, I'd believe relief is a racket. There is no scarcity of agricultural manufacturing products, nor of labor. Doesn't that show that relief is necessary to prevent starva tion?" The Governor said that he tried to avoid including controversial subjects in his call for the special session and that is why he has aoout given up the idea of asking for labor reform laws. Insists On Flood Control Although the legislative harmony committee, which will meet again in Harrisburg tomorrow, has agreed that flood relief is necessary, the Governor has ignored its suggestion that flood control be eliminated. "We may need enabling legislation to match that passed by the Federal Government for flood control," Earle declared. In demanding that fire hazards and overcrowding be eliminated at State institutions, the Governor asserted that he could not see where those subjects would be controversial. H? said that unless overcrowding is eliminated the State would soon be filled with roaming criminals. In striking at the torture of animals at roadside zoos, Earle said the situation must be corrected since it is "degrading and debasing to chain animals at the roadside stands." ' It Is understood that the Governor's office has received several hundred letters protesting against the practice. Discussing th; request of mine operators that State Police be sent into the anthracite region to stop coal bootlegging, the Governor declared he would not comply unless local authorities admit they are unable to cope with the situation. "Just the minute that local authorities send word that they need assistance State troops will go there, and not before," Earle asserted. "I, as Governor, must protect property, if it is done in a legal manner. There was one precedent esiaDiisnea Dy my Republican predecessors that I will follow out that I can't send State Police into local communities until I am asked for them "If I started to send State Police into local communities we would need a force of 25,000 men, instead of 450. If I did that without a request from local authorities, I would be criticized for violating nome rule." Earle took occasion to condemn his former Relief Director, Robert L. Johnson, for his series of ar ticles in the Saturday Evening Post, which criticized Democratic leaders for attempting to Inject pol itics into the Administration of relief. Directing a question at Johnson Earle wanted to know whether th? "articles were written by a Mr. Hood, who was a Pinchot press-agent," Earle claimed the articles were unwarranted. Delaware Student Wins Prize Richard A. Haber, a student at the University of Delaware, was awarded a prize of $20 for presentation of the best technical paper yesterday, at the second annual student convention of the Philadelphia section of the American Society of Engineers at Pennsylvania Military College. More than 150 delegates, representing nine colleges and universities were present at the convention. The check was presented by Charles S. Shaughnessy, president of the Philadelphia Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers. DIED ARK WRIGHT. At Wlldwood Croat. N J.. April IN Ai.vrlHKW. Iiuat.aiiil of th' lat' Murnurrt Arknrltilil. litre CalTreyl. " lnea and friinila. alao Major 11. I. '"k1!, man. Jr . ( amti 111. V. H. W. V.. and all oilier omaniitnlloliB of wlilrh lie lial a m-m lirr. are Invited tn funeral, from hia lot' rraidenre. Mttkl Pariflc ave.. Wed.. I A it lhli llriiuleiil Maiia. 81 Altu a ( liurrh, 8 A M. Int. Holy ( roaa Cem.. I'lilla, 11.4.i A. 11. Krlende may tall at late realdeuee Xiiee. eie. . BtRGtR On April SO. ANNA, widow of William Heritor. Mr. llelativea and trienila are invited lo Hie nervier oil VV'rd, nl 2.IPI P. M. al her laie rrauleiit'e. 238 W, Queen lane. otn. interment private. BETTS. April 211. WILLIAM TAYLOR. Inii-litfiid of Klorenre Kliuw Helta. Kllllora. arrvirea 'llnire, 11 A. M.. realdrnre of hia Bon, Charlea M. Hplta. ?.d. oxford and overlilll rila. Cvnivrd, Pa. Int. private. Friend may rail Wed. eve. BLANCHARD. Anril 111. at I'ilt-liurgh, Pa,. KMMA S.. wife of t lie late Krnest I,. Hlanrhiild. ltrlntivea and frleuda are Invited tn alien. I funeral nervlcea. Wed.. 2 I' .VI. Funeral Home of Jam.-a H. M'-Cltirg A Son ltiti.1 llarnaon al.. rkd. lut Onkiitud. BLUM Anril IS KIIA.NK. Imliatid of DaiM.v llititii. aced till. lielalivra and friends, also Moxurt Iitlke, No. 4HS V. nnd A, M,, and Ctirlieiitera' lliiloii. are niv.trd to fulier.l aervir.-a. VV'rd.. 2 P. M.. at Ilia late resl.lelire, 2Ct3 N, College live. Int. private. Krien.1 inur rail I lira. eve. B0VARD Anril 111. AI1KI.1NK J . widow of .Newloti 11. Hortird. formerly uf 43IHI Mau- a.vtink av. r-inierftj aervirea Itlea.. 2 I. M., ,it Weller Klliieriil llninp. (11121 Kids' ae.. KoxlHiroiiifh. Interment Leverlnitton Cem. BOWMAN. April 111. PAI'LIVK A., Inee Derkerl. wile ot the late Tliomaa S. Bow-iiniii. Itelativea and friemN tire invited to Itllieral aervirea. Tllltra.. 2 P. M.. lale real oleiire. 2121 N. IStll at. Int. Ilillaide Celu iewittg Weil, eve, BRADLEY. April 18 RI'SIE IIRVDI.EY. diuiuiiler of tin' Lite. Cornrliila and Mitry Hitlilley lute Miirtill'. l!rl;llivrs ami friellila invited to funeral. Wed.. s.l.l A. M. from Her lale leHtiletne 11143 Christian at. Solemn Vlaaa uf lU'iilietu at 81. Terrta'a Cliurrli. Ill A. M. Interment, St, .Mary'l Cetll., I'ltoeiiixville, l'a. BRlCKlR. Anrll 21). Hit. ROBERT O , liilaliiud of lluldit 0. Brirker. funeral aervirea A interment nrivtile Krirllila may rail at hia laie realilenre. 323 K. Iliitklev ave. Kidley Park, Pa.. Wednesday eieniug. BUCHANAN. Vprll IS, JOSEPH A., hita-hand of Jlaritaret Btielianan Hire Wood I. aueil 72 veura. Itrlativra and IrienC Invited to funeral. Weil.. 2.3H P. M.. from resilient'. 33 HidL'e live.. Ambler, Pa. Int. or vate. Viewing Tuea.. eve. BUTTER WORTH. April 19. WALTER, htinliand of Hie late Anna Bill tenvurlli. nue.l 7X Jeara. Rrlatlvea and frietula are invited to attend funeral aeivlrea. 'I'liura.. II P. M., Apurtnienta of Wm, 11, Itnltera-t'.v. 3HHI N. Itroad at. lut, Ureetiiiiouut Cem. Viewing Wed. eve, CAI.1,18. Anrll .VI. SKI. IN" A Bo HO CAI.I.LS. wife of Edward J l'a 11 i-a. llelativea nml friend are invited lo liie turn nil. Wed . s.'Ki A. M,. from the KrunK T. Hiiinn lllilir. P.H13 Sprinii Harden at. Solemn Heijitieni M:i- In St. Kratn-ia Xavier Cliurrli. It! A. M. ltitrrment llolv Seiiulrnre Cemetery. Krlentla liny rail Turadtiy eveuitlL'. CALVEY. April IS HKI.IA T. In" Huiltrl. wit' or Jamea ( aiw.v A: dnii'lit'T of tl.e late Martin ami Anna Hurke. of Swln-ford County Mavo. Ireland. Relatives, frleuda. I.eatruw of the Sarre.l Heart, Altar and lioittry Sorlety and lllesaed Vlritltt Mary Modality Invited to ftitirral. Wed.. 8.30 A. M,, from her home. ,'.2;,l Iteinlinrilt at. Solemn Mnaa of Rmiuiem. Chun h of tile Mint llleaied Suerament HI A. 31. Int. Holy Croaa. Cem CAMERON. April 13 at Illl W All' iMieny. JOHN C. Iiitalia-id of Christ, na Cam eron (tire HhbhoIII, lleliitlvea nml friend-, tltao Electrlr Servlre S'lPnilia Co.. lire In vlled to Hie aerviee. 'J'lmra.. 2.3t P. M , iiiru.ra or iinroni tl .Vlulltir.lii. lllll u l.rluali av. Int. Iwiwnview Cem, rienda inav ran vvpti, eye, COPELAND Amll 17 MARY C. wife of William .VI. Ooiielatul. llelativea an I frietula are tnviirii lo aern.es VV eilue -da v. 2 P. JL. from her home. Hi:.:l s. Conestoi.'n at. In iprinent private. Vleivine Tueadar evening. 8 to HI. . CREIOHTON. Vnr'l 13. ANNA, dail-th rer nf the l.-lle VVilh.uo I ami M r .. . u ( reluhtoti. .iced III). Servlrea In St. Mark'a I iiiirrli 'lhnrn.. 2 P. M. Kriemla invited to rail at Hie .Intnea It. MrClun & Son ........iii noun., i no. i i-iarriaoti at., rail., ed- '. Int. All Slums Burial Urouuda iO"-errl.,, CRE8SMAN. Anrll IS. HERBERT R l IILSSMA.N. at New rk Cilv. llelativea -..n in riuis are invueil to Iilll'-ral aervirea, Weil.. J P. M.. Parlora of Tlllow Itroa t'V I ' n,,,r""d ."' '"'' ''"'' ,rniM jiiea.. I 10 11 1'. i. DATFSMAN. April ID. formerly of Dim nM.Kaiou ril . H.VKKIS B. ha,iml f A liertliie Diiteaniaii. Ilrlnllvea ami frirn.lj , I in.iir.1 io iHnernt aervirea. Weil V .. at Hood a rmieral Hume. 7217 Calvin jo.. I'm r umas. ra. jrienda mar call . DIAMOND At Allantl' City Anrll IK r.LI.KN. dnitahler of the lale Patrirk ami Ann Iliamoiid (nee llraltvl. Rel'itlvel and friendi are invited to funeral Wed. HSU J; M", ."oni J . J, Kran A Son Bhla.. 2."aM v. i.enii!l) ave. Solemn Menu em Masa Sil 1 1 olnmra a ( hurrh. HI A. M. Interment Holy orpini-iire vein, rrieiina may call Juee. eve. DUHMFT, Anril in H-wif if.ii. J'inhul. wife of Joaepli P.' iluiimel. Itela !.!." n'1 .friendi are invited to fune al i iiur... rs. jo A. II . Rue reaid'lire. 3S7I1 Ai'ler at. Solemn Maa nf Reo,ulem at the iio.r -sniii I n in1 i lit a u in. ii..t- l. lima l rill. tibtLE. Anr.l 13. MARY C, widow of liK Hll I',.llaaf4 )(. I 7(1 I o tli iripmiH arc inviti-tj to Thiipm. Wed . :iti V- at St. H'm-ivtMHiira' l bun h. Ill EMI EN nrll "n Bin t-t u..i i ,Miir;(iii 1 1 . Kinit'ti moo Hi. itnH,i.,i,io fli llit J'fntiHvlvaniii HoHt'ilnl. tn the r7tli ' "t nm iil'p. Ktlntlv ntnl fr pimIh HIV IPII IO III lli tiff fiimi-".! t rilflltH JIPPI I ill? llfllWia liitllti.a. ml al... ivrfrmuiilowii itvf., (Il-i.. 4. I.'i Wp.lnpxdliv af ItTiimm. April 22. Vrn mil Howit. ERWIN At fliA mm Af U t ltw. .liimpR II. Tn vlnr ' i'-.'O'l lmll.,in &i ( h.'fpr. mi April IK. AXA KMWIV. falrliinth lmi(rai I'nrlom 1t'xi F,.Tmoiit nvp.. lhp,(,.r. Krlrn l-. mny mil Mnmliiv vp-uiiie. luteniiMit liipsti-r Itiirnl ('..nift rrv EVANS Anr l n lin A f Vv 1 vnrn n.. lj. iiiikiui 111 i,r tip ll lo Kntik Itl.L-r. V mi, riinerai m-rviopH. pd.. 2 p. M, nt i ihip ri?siti'nt'c j.f.i rrf.'krl- T. An) mnt. Ta. Int rriiute. Friends iiiat call I " B 1. 31. FERNBERO At dnr hnm inm r.,tn "1.. on Ann ni r:Mit in ibk .iaiIiri.tne. of th( lt;l ril-'irlPr. nnd Hnr'noll 'rn. Ti ' n,' "Kr', ,nT'' "t tne Oliver 11, Hatr '.. in." 1 utauiiii hi, . GARRISON. Suddenly. April IS. at I'ala 'in... .N. J.. CHARLES A Relative and friends may rail Tuea anil pro lni-il..a 1.1 aiirii'i iniierai. vieu.. at hia late reaulence. ...... 1 . jj. mi. unvei m. K. (cm GRAHAM. On Anril 1!) mvill l,oMl,ano of Catharine Graham, neliillv'ea and friendi. iiiviirn in tne aervlre on linn's., at I . M . at II tat ate resiiienpp .".1411 I'alha rin at. Interment Feruwwd Cem. Krienda may ean V, en. eve. unx.NE. At her home Son.lprlnnil aina.. on Apr I 111. ISVliHITA V u- rio it- f Albert 0, (Ireene. Eiinernl on Thliraila.y I . I . .11. Tri.ril (2."i 1. amlrll o r.l Ci-n wvd. Pa Interment private. ULfcrdJINHINri On 1 n.ll 1Q 1.1. home, (hestniil Hill rl,..t 11..I.... nl... :':."""' '"""H aervirea nt St. Thomas i 'iiireii . HlitlPiiiarHi. Pa. on Ttteaday, Aptll -.. i -. 1 . si. aiiiern enr nrivu e. .""""TH Apr I IS. lata of V.kll S. Sth ... an oranniiaiioni nf wlileh lie waa memprr. Invited to funeral. Tu.a " t' ll.. Parlora of V llouun jc lQ..n iniu u 2d at. Int. private. Krienda rail Wed eve GUBITOSr. Anrll la VL'iite ,.,- To.sl. lieltillvra anil friends' Hie Invite, 10 attend futirra . Wn! 7 mi A M tr .... , i.rimii ai. soipmn llisiiitem vlaaa St. Thomas' Chon-h. II A. M. ltil. Holy Croaa UUWStNHOUSER. Suddenly An-il IS. HAHHV.SH.. beloved hii.hu ll, I of IflUlae .1. KiioaeiiHoiiser. oi js:ti a, llntarto al neiaiivea nmi irienita. also mrliihera o M, K. Chtirrli, are Invltnl to attend tb ervliea. Wed.. 2 P M., Keater'a Kim-nl nome. 011 r,, Atieelienr ave Int. Ml Moriall Cem. Kr'eilda may eall Tuea ft. ai Mineral itnnie. HAOERTY Anrll 111 MlltPV TlvuV'PIt hllst.nml of Hip late Anna VI lli...f0 ...... Iiowtintri anil rather or Safer Anna ami Slater rrnnrea Ootiailii, S. H. .1. Kelntlvea and frietula. employeea nf the Appralaera of ". n, 1 uaioma. are invited 10 altrnd Tn nernl. Thur... 8 30 A. .VI.. from hia late realilenee. 31141 X Itroad a) Mtpmn Mn.. of Requiem. Cliiireh of the Holy Child. 10 A. . ini. iioty 1 roaa l.n. HAND. April ID. MARY M . widow of ...'on iiaun. 01 .11.1 . VI ton at. lie at ve and friends, alao Camp No. 183, V. 0. nl .v.. invttea 10 itneral aervirea. Tuea.. 8 I M.. David G. Krankenfleld Bid;:.. 317 N ..-11 at. int. lu.kahue, ,, J., Wed, HFMM. April IS. at 733 N. 40th at ANNIE, wife of John Heniin. Kilneral aerv Irea, Wed.. 2 1" M.. David tl Kratikenfl' d fitiir., 317 n. 0211 at. int. Montroao cem v lewtne niea.. a 10 111 p. .VI. HER AT Y. Anrll II) SCSAXXAIT 1 IHOVIAS. widow or Mrhael P. Herat tCeiattvee and friends are invited to funeral, Wed.. .1ll A. M.. from her lat' resldenee 11123 Wayne are. Solemn Ileotiiem Mobs nt st vtneent a ( hurclt, otn., 1U A. 31. lot Lathedral (.em. IFFRIG Anrll 1S. late of 403 VV Diamond at.. JOSEPHINE, he'oved wife nf Oeoree Iffrl- Inee Herneheri and aialer of R'y. Irenapita J Her.rlier. 0 K M.. Pro. feaaor l.llirar'an at St Boiiarenttitp'e College. Bnnaventttre. N Y, Itelativea and frienda are Invited to attend tl" funeral. Wed. K..HI A. M.. Parlora of A. .1. Binlent. 178 W. Diamond at. Requiem Maaa at St Ronifare Clmn h in A. M Int. Holy Sepiilrhre. Viewiiia '1'nea. 7 to 10 P. 31. KEARN. April 13. THOMAS 11 htlv haml of EMral.elli Kearna tne. Clinimineal, aired 4D veara. Fielativea and frienda al ' Waslrneton Camp. No. 4M. P O. S of A,; Woodland Council and emnloveea of V. 1. T. are Invited tn attend funeral aer-vteea Wed.. 1 P. 31 . at hia late reald'nre 23(1 Norwood ave. Itnalyn Pa Int. KfM-wnod Cem. Viewlne Tuea. eve. KESSLER. On April IS. I.KONAIin. hna-hand of Edna H. Kler (nee ll'ilmesl nf 137 Abbotsfora rd. Servki ttn WW. it 2 DIED M at the Oliver H. Rair Bide . la, i Chestnut at. liitetui'iit private. KOCH Inee Wled'merl.-At Alia. 11. City. N. .. April HI. W1I.HELMIN A K. wife nf John II. Kueh aiieil Ml yelr, Servirea Wed . 2 P. M.. at Hie Oliver r" nair diii.. 1 n 'J vumuui ai., 1 Olia, lot NorthwipHl Celu. LABBE. April 18. WILLIAM, hiiaband of the late Rexlua I.abhe. aaed SI veara Relatives and friends are invited tn ful ueral. Wed.. 8.30 A. M . r'sldenee 1.10 K Louden at. Solemn Requiem Masa st' Hriiry a Church. 10 A. Jl. lut. Hoi,' jj ' deetner Cein IACHMAN April IS. ELIZABETH wife nf ilarrv l.arhuiau. Itelativea and frienda. alao Camp Ihll. P. O. of A.. Invited to fu'. neral W rd . 2 Y. M.. from her lale real, ilrnre. 4744 I'nibrla at.. Manaviitik. Im Wealmlnater Cem. Pottatowa panera pleaae copy. LAWLER. April 18. CATHERINE f 711 Eilarmore ni. Helativs and 'riemls are Invited tn attend the funp-al, Wed ' a, 01 A. 11. , from 0. (i. ('10 aon'a. BH42" Ijii,'. ilowiie av. Solemn Req.ilem Maa Ht Oal llstiia' Cbnri'li HI A. M. Int. Holy 'croaa Cem. Krienda may tall Tupb. eve. IIEBNER. At 5217 N. 7th at.. RERTHA ree Oltl. w'dow of Jinei.li Llrbmr H'ir. tivea and friends nre Invlled In fin, ,0,1 Tlinra . 8.311 A. M.. Parlon of Harold h Vlullltan. lllll W. Lehivit ave. sl,, Reuu nil Slila. St. Kilwurd'a Church ll A. M. Int. Holy Hiiuu'chre Cein. ' iU McINTYRE Anril 18. HAliltY C s husband of Hie lale Marguret Jl Mii'niire Itelativea and frienda are IiivIImI to allena funeral aervirea Wed.. 2 f. y., M , J,' C. lierrtah Eiliiernl Home. 2301) E Siiso !. hiinnn ave. Inl. Ivy Hill ('em, Krienda a . lpiilnl Tuea,. 8 tn 1(1 P. II. ' I McKERNAN Anrll IS JANE Inee ton. nor., wife of the inle John .VIiKerunii !(,. ativea and frienda. alao It V. M SoilaihV and Altar and Itnaary Soelelr Invilei'l t funeral Weil., s 3(1 A. SI., rra'driire of h " s.ilrmn Masa of lti quirm. -tv 11 r.-l'i of ' th. Tranaflkuiation. 1(1 A. Jl. Int. Holy Cra. Cem. " MeMANUS, April 19 CATHARINE .if. nf I lie late Patrick MrMa Kunri.l Thiira.. 8.111) A. SI., from her 1.1. ...t ... "' HIII2 S. I.jlli at. II111I1 Huns s,, (,,ard.i Cbunh. lu A. M. lut. Holy Crosa Cem MrMiCHALL Anrll "It al 1.-.1,, 1 a.., ton al., EHVVAHI) VV hiiaba r' 11..1 '." V rVH. Iiael lopo Hn.Uonl li..i.,l.. r' ". frienda. also members of Ivanhne Lodce v! 441). K. and A. il. and Ivanhne rt Chapter. No 3I)S. are Invited to funeral serines Wed 2.3(1 P. M t-'unrral ,,Jr 'I ailllirn el. oifir 0. .1.1.. 1 111! nut lit Int. Ml. Siorlah Cem. Krienda ,V.. "..".! lies.. 7 to It I'. M. ' MrMULLEN. Suddenly. Anrll n SVPUt Willi, W of Holier! J il,.Vt.,li'.. ' .... Srliuunl. Itelativea. frienda ami Imlen,... lire Lodee. No lUI Out.. nt wi,..,..-j. Ilrllllehrni invited to funeral aeivirr. wr'''-,- 1 !?' ,.f..rf"!llll'n,v "f dauiihtrr; Mn. Alinn Herrn. 1"23 F. Se,lel0 .... ,...' Oakliind ( em Viewing Tue. eve. ' MACARTNEY April 17 ANNA C VIA-' 1 r 3:,.U N' (ir,I t Rei-ii'J, and friends are Invlt'd to aervirea. Tuea 1 r. ii.. runerai Home of Andrew J P..I. Son. 31-23 Chealnut at. Int. private'. MAGUIRE or sin vv ti . . April IX. CATHERINE HAN'T.ON .tn 1,-1. 1 . V nf the late Peter an. I r..lli. it...... ' Ilrlnllvea and frienda. also R V M sn iniity of si. Rdward'a Clitiieh: Aon Ladies' Auxilarv. 1 liv. No Is. Invi,u' .' attend f ral. VVetL. 8 3tl A. JL. Funeral Home of Jietirr VV. Klrrhner s ' Sonnraet and Hittrhlnaon sta. Solema Hetlilielll Masa. St. Edward'a Church in M. Int. St. nomin ee Cem. MARTIN Anrll 111. at Ills late resident. IijS N. Waterloo t.. A LB AN K hit i 01 the late Cora H Marlln tnee Krro- -atn. fiemiiies ana irieuus bp. nv leA aervices. I hura. . 1 P VI r......... Home of Andrew J. Ralr A " Son 311 healnul af, int. Hopewell. Pa. Krlenria mav call Wed. 7 to P. M. MAURER. April 1". OEOIir.r l,,,.,,., of the lute .Minnie 31, Maurer tnee Jloer. inal. at hia late rraiifpnre .a:,'i V vi.. ahtill at. Mervltea private at the 'convenl. enre of the family. MAWSOH Anril 17 Illl Til ,l.,,l,i Hi' Inle John K and Mary Layrork Mawanti. lieu lives and frieitili. l'rogreaa Chatiter Vo .'in II. b. ,S.. and al oriranlzal ona nf tvl,:,.k she waa a m'niher are Invited to ae'vices Wed. 2 311 I. M . lat' residence 2737 n' !3'h at. Int. North Cedar Hill Cem. Frienda may eall Tuea eve. MENEELY. 4I?I (till,. i,ti 1. ELIC-VIIETll wife of the lata William Meneplr. Re at Ve ami frienda I,,-!..... In the funeral eery ire . Wed 2.SII P. M . at 1 0- r, merai nome or .ntnn lociimond. 61.' vv Ionian ave, interment .Vlaanolia Krienda may coll Tuesday eveiiint. Cem. MOHLET Anr'l IB I11IV. 1....1..-.1 Ibe late Mary Morlev. ' Hrlallvea tin, frenda. alao St. Ilnbriel'i Holy Name So. I'-ty. are nviteil to all ...I r..n...,i VVr.l N an a vi e..M ,-...'.' Ellinir al. So'etn'n Hieh Slass of neouie,..' Oaoriel'a Churrh It) A XI lot llol Crnaa Cem. NEUBERT .Anrll 10 VA'l via-pirn ...... Enatriil. wife of Paul VV. Neiill-rt. aired 41 llelntlvea ami frienda are lnvllt.,1 1 a'TVlre, Tllllra.. .0 P. JL. Parlora of Harold R .Mollient, 111(1 U' l.l,..,. .... Int. nrliate. Viewing Wed. eve. PARK. On Aoeil "(1 PI .17 1 Hl'TII n wife of 11,. late Samuel W. Park, llelativea and friends are Invited to the aerviee 011 1 I'liura. nt 2 P. Jl. at th' Oliver H, H.Hr bide. 1820 Chestnut at. Interment private, friends may call Wed. eve. PRATT. Anrll 18 Kviliv t uni-i-p wife of the lute John Piatt. Funeral' aer' vlrei VV pd.. 11 A. M . 1 the reaidpine nf Mra. lieoree WeyL'aml Sfl V '..til. .1 Camden. N. J. Int. .New Camden Cem. View-Inxr 'I nea eve. KAINEY. April 11). FREDERICK A., hna-hand of Emily Ettton llainrv. of the Cam-hrlda-e. at Aldan Park. Itelativea and frietula are Invited to aervieea Wed. 8 311 P Jl. at the new parlora of Lafayette Tailor-Sehuvler Co.. 2n35 S. Broad at. RILEY ttiirinVnlv Aorit 1? trri 1 1 1 11 T.. huaband of Bertha Hller. Relatlvea and friends, and Phila. Ueneral Hnapltal. are Invited to fnner.il. Wed.. 8.30 A M,. lale rraldenee. "All S. Juniper a(. Hieh mast of reotiiem at !li Etilnham Cliurrli. 10 A 11. 101. iioiv 1 roaa 1 em, RITHROCK Anril m U(DT Aw widow of Krank Hllhroik. Itelallvs ami friends are Invited to attend funeral, Thiira,, - 1-. ni.. rraiaenre l.vil 8. L'tlth at. Inl. Jit. Moriall Cein. Krienda call Wed. eve. ROBERTS. Anrll 18 lrr.11 v ttaoeh. ter of the lat' Alexamlee and Kllnn ' Rolr.rta. of 2113 Hansliprry at. Services Tuea 3 P. L. nt kirk Nl"''e. Mill Gerinantown ave. Interment ivy Hill Cem. ROBENSTEIN On Anrll 11 al lll.nlie Cltv SOIOMON. aurvlvrd by widow, at.n and tun tlaiichtera. Relatives and friptids invited to afford the funeral Tuea.. Atfil 21. 1 !'. .VI.. from hia late revldPtiep. .,32 Taskpr at. Intprmeul Jll. carmrt Crmetery. RUSSELL. Suddenly, April 17 ANNA P. Int"' MrKelvey I. wile of lieome .1, Rlfnell. Itelnflvea n 11 it frienda are Invited lo atlettd fittiPilll. Weil.. 8. Illl A VI friim fraitlrnrp of brother. Edward Jti Kelvey 3127 Banietr st. Solemn lteqitiem Alaaa at the Churrh of tlif Maternity H. V. M. Btistleton. Ta. 10 A Jl Int New Cnthedrnl Cem. 8EELY April in. CItACE EDITH daiirh-ter of Hev, Vlontreville anil Sura Seely loop Ponlel Iteltitivea and frienda are Invited to intend the aervirea. Wed,, 2 30 P. M-. nt her parents' realilenee. 3lll S 4th st.. Ilarhv. Iliterment Jll. Peace Cemetery. Ktieiuls may call Tueadar eveulne. SHEPHERD April 111. In Wilmington. Del.. E.VIVIA 11., wlfp of the blip Charlea VV. Shephetd. Relatlvea and friends are Invlt'd to aerrlcea. Weil.. 2 P. SI,, at her late residence, 1041 W. Tlokt st. Int. private. STEWART. April 19. MARY, wife of the late John .Stewart. Relatives and frienda are Invited to aervirea 'i'liura . 2 .111 P. II. , at her Inle resldenee. MM BiiII.h it av,. Y'ddon. Pa. Int. Arlington Cem, Krienda mity call Wed.. 7 (0 11 P. Jl STRUCK. April 10. nf .1378 Chew at . WILLIAM K.. Iiuahan.l of Lllll' K. Stlil.k lure Seeirerl, seed Ml yeara. Relatives aid frienda. also lxntite No. 2. K. and A. Jl . are invited to fitreral aervirea. on Wed . at 3 P. Jl . Apartmenta of William H, Bat terabj. 311111 N. Broad at. Illl. Nortliwood Cem. Krienda mor call Tups. pv. TAYLOR. April III at her home. Ferryman. Sid.. ANNA ELIZABETH Olee Stork-ham I. wife of the late Joneph Woolman Uaylor. Kuneral aervirea gl the Spe.'i'ia Ciiiireh. on Tue.t in A. U. Int. Coleatown Cem.. N. J . at 2 P. M. TOBIN Anrll IB, THOMAS JL. huaband of Sarah Coleman Tobin. Relatlvea and frienda. alao Holy Name Society. Clineiaty Tribe. No 300. 1. O. It. M.. emnloveea of Autocar Co.. and Dir., No. . A. O. H.. are Invlt'd to funeral. Weil.. 8 31) A M . from bl late residence, 33 Cricket Terrace, Ardtnore Pa. Solemn Reotiiem Mass. St, Colnnn'a Chiirrb. I). 30 A. 11. Interment St. Dennis' Cemetery. WILLS. April 18. JACOB W.. husband of tlte late .Mary A. Wills (nee Slovlani. Relaliv'a and frienda are Invlled tn at-leud funeral. Wed. 13D P. M. from Wm. K, CiKliiirj's IH117 Pine at. Int. Trlnlt' Lutheran Cem. Krienda may tall Tuea.. 6 to 1J P. II YARROW. April 18 FRANCES, wife nf Jamea Viirrnw. lielativca ami frienda jre invited lo funeral on Wed. 7. lit' A M . from the residence of Edw. J. GentltPrt. ItHI S. 4th at. Ileitnlem masa at 9 A M at St. Peter a Chun h. Int. Hull Redeemer Cem. WHITEMAN. Oil April 10. SI.VHY 0. WIIITE.VIA.N tnee Soniervlllel. widow "t (Ti.lrb a K. Whileinnn. it dativea and friends are Invited to Hi' aervlc on Wrd. st -P. Jl. at tb' Oliver 11. Hair Wdg.. Is-" Clieaitiitt at. Intenneiit privale. Friends may call 'lnea eve. WILLDIGO. April 18. HKHBEKT. husband of Margaret Willd ee. Itelatlvrs, friends. memlnTs of Pioapert Park Jl. E. CJiiirrli. employees of liilldwiti IjjeotnotlV VV orws and nran!r.ntlons of wlhch h' was a m'tn-I'er. are invited to attend funeral services, 'lues. 8 30 P l. 81!) Pennsylvania av?'' Proapect Park. Pa. Int privale. wed, Oreenwood IK. of P. I Crpl fllNO CHARGE FOR U S t f LilOF FUNERAL PARlOISlU OLIVER H.BAIRC? FUNERAL DIRECTORS at A IAI. frei.dsal RIT. 1581 RACE 1110 Arlington Cemetery The Air of waiting until t death has occurt'od before buying a burial lot has paastd. IHIKXFL HILL EJ IIIIIADEI.IHIA Q Tai. Clearbrooh 4 CEMETERY LOTS .m uiiuiill IT.METRHV-4 fiKA'K f." i'Oii 'AI,K CUKA1. i'U. ti8rmutwB HVi. I': ':

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