Chester Times, March 16, 1915

Chester Times

March 16, 1915

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Chester Times (Newspaper) - March 16, 1915, Chester, Pennsylvania Copies Is the EDITION of yesterdays CUES TEU TIMES This la by far THE LARGEST CIRCULATION In Delaware County THE WEATHER Generally cloudy cold followed by rain with light to freeh northwest becoming Variable partly cloudy to continued cold preceded by snow qr rain v CHESTER TUESDAY MARCH lB 1915 PRICE ONE CENT TURKSSHQW SENATE PASSES SUFFRAGE RESOLUTION Favorable to Amending Constitution Giving Women the Right to Vote Great Preparations Apparent to Defend the Bosphorus Against Attack of Allies MOUNTING LARGE GUNS Indications Point to a Deter mined Resistance Against An Invasion Special to the Times Athens Greece March Turks are making serious tions to defend the Bosphorus against The joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution giving women the right to vote passed tho Senate at Harrisburg last iilght by a vote of 37 ayes to 11 nays and tho measure now goes to the people to on at the November election The vote by which it passed was Croft Crow Daix ISn sley Farley Graff Gyger Hilton HEARS of An Italian Count Notified That Father Has Been Seriously Injured in Stephen Oilenzani of 17 H West Second street a merchant in that sec RARE CASE OF POISONING Timely Discovery By Attending froVcamSaw Pastors and Delegates Leaving futhor Count Anthony von Calenzanl I CONFERENCE OF METHODISTS PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT OF THE PUBLIC PARKS Band Concerts May Be An Entertain ing Feature During the Summer Season Physician Who Promptly Notifies the Board of Health Officials VICTIM A YO U N G GIRL McConnell McKee W Moore Pat ton Phlpps Salus Shantz Semmens I r TU Sensenich Smith R Smith w An Unusual Disease m 1ms bee J I kJlAlLUl JIJI1H1 ii Snyder C Snyder P Sproul Stewart Tompkins Vare Warner Washers Buckman Burke Catling Dewitt Gerberlqh Hackett Kline Sones Thompson Mills MOTHER SAVES CHILD tion and Infectious in Character father Count Anthony von Calenzanl who has beun fighting with the Aus troGerman forces in the Carpathian mountains was shot and seriously wounded In a recent battle and his condition is reported us bcinx critical According to the cablegram he Is not expected to live longer man two weeks and Mr Calenzanl is urged to hurry his parents bedside Count was a commanding for Norristown to Attend the Annual Ses sions No time Is lost with thIm provements to Chester and akx Crozer Parks In preparation cominR of the summer season and when tho changes have been completed U will muko much more places of the two resorts Wesley S McDowell Superintendent of the Department and Public Property has been outlining tho plans for severalweeks GUtlimng IIIO piano lOl auyyuil WKCIVSI PHANOES EXPECTED a now In readliwsa to get Ms men tbV nrolects and hasten at work on the projects and hasten them to an eurly completion ACCUSED OF MANSLAUGHTER Trial of Reuben Bunn Who Raa Over and Killed Samuel Ostrow At Brya Mawr SELECTION OF A A case of anthrax poisoning was re ported to the City Health Authorities yesterday afternoon The disease which Is ot an infectious character is Jl fl I lllvill tv Count was a commanding Both Chester Park and Orozer Park officer in the German army and play Indications Point to a Return 01 havo at all times boon popular resorts cd an Important part in the I I jufjug summer season and when Most of the Present Preachers tions to defend the Bosphorus against i wmuu IB UL any attack by the Allies ueot or by I Prompt Action Prevents Daughter I uncommon in this city making its ap 1 FrorM Rninn in I in this COUntlV through young recruits for service 11 is not known how the Count became con nected with the AustroGernmu forces in the Carpathians as tho last letter received from him on December 5 of last year stated that he was engaged In the work of drilling recruits He is during the summer season and when the changes have been completed this spring and the people who frequent the parks1 make a trip out for the first time they will bo well pleased with i the changes which have been made While the Billy Sunday mooting In Qnci feature which wlllbe appreciated nisirnfniT will keep uiiiriin thn nftvinir of walks IcadlnK an Italian and owns much property i iie umy sunaay mcuiuis Mjno reaiurc wnicn win uu tyi uvimmu Hc isthis cltv on Frlcluy morninc will keep wur be the paving of walks leading Perty UnmB of the leadlnc Methodists ivway from the dambreast to Madison street city NorIn Chester Park Previously there has vwno i f fhp leauinC JMeiuumovo ivnwj i LUU fcu Mr will leave this city to to be hold in Nor In Chester Pork Previously there has morrow for New York City from tomorrow Interest been no paving thcro and when there w I rlSiOWn PCfalllllUlt J I From Being Burned to Death pearance in this country through of imported hulr present case Is the the Russian Baltic fleet Privatead i i vlces received here said blg guns are I Heroic action displayed by Mrs John I the handling being mounted on the heights netir Colenski of Third and Bunting streets goods Ihe present case ib ine Scutari positions along the undoubtedly savedthe lifeofhef three lirst to bo reported to the local auinor Bosphorus v yearold daughter Katie from being Hies Dr Robert S Malson found BOSpn burned to delth yesterday afternoon symptoms of the disease when he was ALLIES PROGRAM RECEIVED The child left alone in the kitchen ot called to give medical attention to Miss her home for a few minutes sot pos Elizabeth Morris of 5261 West rd Washington D C March session of some matches and when she street and immediately State Department today received from lighted one the tiny flame ignited her tided City Bacteriologist Dr J R T 0 j Termr otrirlten the little irirl I Gray morrow lor where he will set sail on FrMny for his nstown old home He will undoubtedly inherit among the pt hc entire estate as he Is an only son will and child ROYAL ARCANUM i tne i cot i utoii was any rainy was some min time botoro tho mud had dried up The ly son will be centered In 1 blocjj8 to bo used hod been removed isters and the delbgales for tho week from S0mo of the streets whichwere i I Gnat intoteat is manifested in whether i scveral months ago and for not a change will bo made In tha winter they had been stored In Iwnv fit 011Q I llfTnlAnp InTtH flf tnn dtV time tha 1 L1M1U n Interesting Meeting and Visitation of I charge State Jjepartmem ioaay receivea iroin i unu me Ambassador Page in London the Brit the girl Gray engaged at the ish setting forth the factory which is located A HIAC pnfftrdlnsr tho I on Pfinii street On Saturday a Chester Council La ciiango win uo iimuu tnu winier inoy iiuu UUBU a hata riiinlster may remain at one different tho city i There Is a sentiment that tne Another feature which It Is of time should lie chansel awl bo made possible is that believed Many members of No semi na visnatiwn vi i Qnargo f length of time should be changed aua bo nuuje possible is that meeting held last eveUD returned Whether any changes will should bo decided upon it bo no Allies program for enforcing the and the child frantically trying i of the German coast It was to beat out the names made its appearance on e understood yesterdays press represent Mrs Colenski picked up a piece of I side of her face ana old carpet from the floor and wrapped it taken on proportions of a boil The LL i nf thp vounir nauent is ed this correctly the ue suffering oriheTounfepaUenl who is GERMANS PREPARE AN ATTACK toe before 16 yearfof W becamo thaf Katie had been severely burned about the parents summoned wr Petrograd Russia March de the legs Mrs Colenski also suffered Diagnosis Confirmed termined attempt to reduce the fort of slightburns of the hands 1 The physician upon suspecting the ha Vvcpn bv the Ger A call was sent in for the ambu probable character of the disease im meeiiiiK IOXH i no rcturncu g Members of the o e s havo asked for the return sided Members of the sat ona navo Vntlrclyup to carnauon Club of Philadelphia were will have chBrso of present as were Philaconforoncc There Is some talk that Guarantee and ivtninm K Shaffer of Madison presen aelphia DuPont Guarantee Councils Street M E Church win not Following the close of tho business to thlB city but there la no a number of new members 1 formation on this subject session a nuiiiuci uiiiw nt tie church poop eously with the assault on SWEDISH STEAMER HALTED done so andher quick recovery is as Copenhagen Denmark March 16 the hospital The Swedish steamer Gloria carrying I corn from LaPlata to Hol land has been halted by a German warship and Isbeing convoyed to a German port on according to dispatches SHARP PftOTEST TO ENCiLAND Washington D March sharpest protest yet prepared as a result of the European war will be the answer of ihe United Englandon her right is might dec laration The orderineonsul note and the realization that the English reply to the question ot foodstuffs is 3 curt refusal has feeling of reaentmentin governmental circles It is realized that part of latest order is for home but the to make the Unite States aparty to the starvation of Germany arid by having it Euaranteed Khali reach ris will be no in deaHng with this latest todip lomatic announcements of the flame Fortunately she ad not patient anil an achievement of note In disease lUUNCHINGOF PENMLYANIA The Worlds Greatest Dread naught Slid Down the Ways at OClock patient ami iTiXai the medical The disease 1 rarely makes Its appearance In this country being found principally tho lower animals and in foreign coun tries and brines the physician tuto con tact with It on rare occasions SCSSlOn U wore admitted to membership Ihoy were Inestructcd Into the mysteries of the order tho degrees being conferred by InrCarnation Club and the degree team of Cheater Council Cheater Council is entered in a con test with the CbatCBVllle Council for a class new membersand Chester Council Is confident of winning Past Regent Elson named as the past regent who will be pre sentedwith beautiful past ofncers jewel by the Supreme Regent should this council win the contest All new ceasary to build a bandstand or pa tho one now In would hot be largo enouRh for all the pur poses tho llnal plans not yet boon decided upon but It la the intention to make n formal an nouncement in tho course of a few Case Began This Morning in the County Court Tho case against Reuben Buna la charged with manslaughter for the killing of Samuel Ostrow at Bryn Mawr by running over him with an automobile was started this Court Tho case was called yesterday and nine Jurorjj ot the wcio selected This opening of Court a special venire of thirty men were brought into Court by tho sheriff following tho by Court From those thirty there maining three Jurors were nelected The Jurors selected were Michael ward W S Gntbb Fifth ward this olty and Thomas Hoopes oC Media Both the Common vealth and the each ed twenty wen which la all that law provider Two others called were excused by agreement t ormaiion on I i of the church poople trom ims boenfavorltQ resorts for persons who city will visit conference Soino togot out of tho city and enjoy wiU go eyoryxlay while othBrs will PoU B hort tlme dUrlnK nnf rliivs to tnelr visitH i vuo thSt day willVe tho largest Conference Notee ct with It on rare occasions this council win the contest All new it Is not considered as especially con mcmijers taken into tho order before iKious from one human being to an SQth wlll nelp to form a class r I rAA ha an ne ana should give of 500 which will be fear for lls spread I honorarytestliponla Specialto the Times cNewpqrt News March greatest which will pride of the American sHdfrnm Kiin trie IJVLIC Anthrax Is a disease of cattle liorsea and swine CTie spores of the disease are present in the hair and hides of these animals and the disease canbe trans milled to the human being by the spores of the disease The prompt treatment of the Slsease and the timely discovery of the serum of anthrax is Early treat ment Is essentialforthu of the person Infected andthf act vity 0 the city health authorities in the matter will undoubtedly dispel any opportunity retiring I1UIIUI Al Grand Regent Hon Arthur B Baton of Philadelphia at the session of the Grand Council to be held in May at Wllliamsport Orator Walter M Jones chairman of the entertainment committee afterat tending to the wants ofthe in the way of and Rev Samuel McWilllnms pastor of tho Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church Third anrt 1arkcr streets left Chester this mornlnfffor Norriatown where ho will attend the opening aesHlona of tlio annual Mr McWllliRnis is a member of the Examining Board of the Conference DeleKiites who wore eleotea at prayer fnectinK on Wednesday evcn ng at the Trinity church will leayo Chester Friday on the train over tho Pennsylvania Railroad for Philadelphia where thoy will board the train for Norristown Providence Avenue Church will re presented by Rev FrankJ Andrus Miss Carrie Wilson John F Dalton pavid T Christy Edward Platt Elwood Blytho Howard D Taylor From Madison Street Churcn Rev William H Shaffer will be In dally at warm weather as there Is usually a cool air going and the beauty of the ecenery adds to thecharm of tho lo cality and makes a trip all the more pleasant Superintendent McDowell will leave nothing undone to have tho places as attractive OB possible for he feels con fident that the work will bo appreci ated by the public In general here oclock this morri KpmHlaoe of distinguished nien and In the way of coffee sanawicnes ana have called It probable probabla of them will attend Friday g Alluan Wolfe Brechlman Haight and tver Conway who made excellent short ad dresses Tho entertainment commit Tho following will rcpreseni rss tee empowered to arrange for adles night to at an early date sent to Mulford j Laboratories 1 tnft UlS Mar 3ohn Cope charged with the murder of his nieco Florence Cope last fall will ba women of the ThePcnnsyl yania Headed by Governor Brurabiaiugh reached hel e shortly af ter ET oclock L this morning and will re turn after taking dinner at Old Point Comfort andwill reach Har risburg early tomorrow The dreadnaught is named after ifc ease tw atGlehplden where lftrithe ola case Is made later admim expected attenfllng hope to conerpnce AVooley John Joatph Faw jilaced on trial today A first degree illv Ih wS aneacceidTnt Great State of Pennsylvania and Cope intoxicatedwhen went tons capacity to tlie farm house He used a shot gun to kill the girl ERINS COLOR ROYAL BLUE Pittsburgh March blue is Hit national color of Ireland At least ihe Ulster Pittsburgh de rlarefl so today when it unfurled a lianneiof that hue in Us hall today luring meeting and celebration in hon ur ot St Patrick Tha shamrock was set in the midst i the blue field The association adopted Its a Long Way to Tlpperary as its official song REVERSE FOR THAW Xew York March 1C Thaw today suffered a serious re verse in his battle for freedom Su preme Court Justice Page denied the Thaw to be returned to New Hampshire following his acquit tal on Saturday on charges ot con spiracy in his escape from Matteawan CALLED OFF BLOCKADE Washington D March Consul Sllliman advised the State De partment today that General Car ranza has called oft his blockade of Progreso Mexico in compliance witn tho Washington department demands ACCIDENT TO BATTLESHIP Washington D March battleship Connecticut sprained its pro peller shaft as the vessel was entering uantanamo Bay after a short cruise ihe Navy Department announced toda The milder was badly damased There were no casuallles Erecting a New Home Charles S Thompson draughtsman at tho office ofRobert Wctherill Com pany has awarded a contract for the erection of a new residence to V Mer crulantc Thn residence will be erected nn Knscmont avenue Ridley Park It will he of stone and fancy brick ana ii6 of the most attractive alons Chest er Pike Mr Thompson and his family reside at 327 West Ninth street New Century Club Mrs George B Harvey will be in chars of the meeting of tlio Chester Century Club this afternoon in Half The meeting will com at 3 orlock Irofessor Pruned H Green of the West Chester sute Normal Schnol will he me poakcr of the afternoon His snPjecv will bo University and Her Literary Brcflk in Water Main Trolley traffic was delayed for some time last night at Third and Penn Btreets when a break occurred In a water main at that point and sent a stream of waterhigh into the air James Donlevie of the Highway De xvas on the scene and noti fied the New Chester Water Company The water was turned oft and the residents of that section were depriv ed of their supply untilrepairs were made at midnight The Beautiful Snow Snow began falling this morning at foolins the weather man The forecast announced last night was to Ihe effect that today would and unsettled with possibly rain or snow tonisht The lurries this morning came unexpect edly If sun rot shine today residents whohave been In the custom of planting sweet peas on St Patricks Bay v will have to abandon that act tomorrow and delay until the weath er gets warmer the spread of in the patient and although an improvement was her condition toflay she is still in from the effects the poisoning MRS ELLEN Wife of Prominent Contractor of Prospect Park Died This Morning Mrs Ellen D Price wife of John Price the well known Park contracting builder died at her home in that borough this morning Mrs Price had been in ill health for the past few months During the many years she has re sided at Prospect Mrs Price had laken an active part In church and civic work in the borough and had a long list of friends among the residents of the entire county Be sides her husband Mrs Price is sur vived by several grown children The funeral will take place on Fri day afternoon at 2 oclock from the family residence corner of Twelfth and Lincoln avenue Prospect Park The interment will be private but GUARDSMAN IN POLICE COURT r Bain Charged Upon Custodian of the Armoryand Landed in the Guard House vVMlllam H BaJn of 225 West Fifth Thq ease for opened District William explained at length the taiy aud Involuntary maiwlaughfer Ha then trave the hUtory ot the case r At torney Taylor dealt thelaw regarding the operation of an automobile byintoxicated and speeding of automobiles This indicat ed that the Commonwealth will h deavor to prove thatBunn cated and TJVBS speedlnj at the time aUuok OstrOivr The finality ocoutred f October 1 1914 Jury The most Jmportant of present term called so far was that against Reuben in charged f voluntary and Involuntary Jman slaughter for the kjlllng of Samuel Ofc trow at Wayne by runningsover him with an automobile Thls called and work of selecting a up Im mediately upon the calling at the case It became apparentthat H to bitterly fought and the chosen In the manner usual for calling of murder man whencalled wag wornand examln t ed by the and later by thoi defense made x M Dlslrlct Attorney Hannutn dldr of ase o street a member of the National jjroomalliand ae court was a defendant In municipal morning as aresult caonge asked for questlonsr but Jhn Win of mUllsLrymaneuvers perfprm D stating that form rif DI B Churcl have voted to Invite the Washington D stating inat lormof olney havevoted 10 mvue uio er Congressman Ai Mitchell Palmer Conference to hold HM aea NritlriTisil rromiriltteeman KlnnB for 1916 In the church ecllilce ill Kf ru nn Democratic National Commlttecman Hlons for 1016 In the eculice n the Court of Claims Mr Palmer 13 I Jarecst and en accommodjl wellknown to a number of residents iionS by which tlie ncton mcaln ot all of this city He a student fat the ministers attending the Conference Swarthmore College and was a roomI can be served Inthe church mate of Senator Willlain C Sproul Und a sufficient number ofrooms to pro He has paid numerous visitshere vide for all commltteo work ot Iho con It was generally accepted that folference and Bradley at Bightl L terday afternoon Specinl Offlccr Bradley custodian of the Armory ap peared against Balu apil gave testi mony to the effect tlmt he had or dered the defendant from tho Armory on Saturday lo remain away Until to night Bain mado his appearance yes terday afternoon at the Armory under tho influence of liquor and defiant y i announced to Bradley that ho could not bo ejected Bradley ran for his 1 club anil and then tackled Baliu nccVssary h the 8lxtti Regiment Aimory h and New Market streets yes Joh John B ONe EleVenth Boles the President Ing a personal friend of President Meetina of thi County Chapter ing i h Biiin Jumpeu out ot mo Wilson Humor had It that he was of County Chapter and conie around to the front fSrtdnf rtecH Daughters of the American BevoluUon came in asaln loH renew the hos B who will held their monthly meeting yesterday Bradley succeeded Ihis time In afternoon at the home of Mrs John capturmK him and Bain the Chester John B jiieTenia ward Chester Joseph Ellison Cplwyn G Waller Haverfbrd William Bryan Tlfdley township George J M Atnan Radnor George McCorralck Ninth f waid Chester Joseph PJlerce Tenth v ward Cheater and MIddletown sheriff waji notincd to empanel a ofy thirty men and havoHhem at 10 oclock morning r It wns charged by the that a machine Wayne and had with him several men corner at Benn street but too fast up on the sidewalk and i a pedestrian defense will be is not known held their moniniy roeeunu i succeeuuu uns uiuo afternoon at the home of Mrs John capturing him and Bain spent the L Black 1223 Potter street njgnt In the city lockup HlB defense I An interesting feature was a paper was r dpnt remember anything Donationsto Bread Line on Women of the by Ubout Maglstratp Ulllott gave him The fonowln persons made dona Gay which vomoat 5 and costa or twenty days bo succeeded by Mr Palmer will re sign on April 1 The following persons made uona Airs uan tlons to the bread line talning and inspired in those Present i1 Kn Inntrna flf fnollnlr of natriOtlSm MISS Canine Visitor at City Hall Former Officer John Piggott appear ed at the City Hall yesterday with a fine specimen of lemon spaniel a white curly wooly specimen of dog dom which he prizes highly The ani mal is six months old All the attaches of police court were attracted to the intelligent actions of the dog Ar rangements were made by which Chief Vance expects to get possession of the same specimen of house dogs Concert at Y M C A Members of the Young Mens Chris tian Association and their friends en joyed a last evening in the social parlors of the Y M C A BuildingThe concert was under the auspices of the Chester City Band and the music was very entertaining On each Monday night in the future a band concert will be conducted wmcn aleo tends to rehearse themusic by the members of the musical organiza J JlC lIlLtJJ many friends of the deceased will at tend the services at the home Scientific Lecture Dr Edgar T Wherry was the speak er before the Afternoons With Science yesterday afternoon iri Bdgmont Hall Welsh street and Edgmont I The speaker was greeted with a large and appreciative audience and his ad ject was Radium and RadioActive The speaker treated the discovery of radioactivity and of radium the de velopments of the theories ot the dis integration of matler the structure of tho taom the occurrence of ra dium radium minerals in Pennsyl vania and the present day radium in dustry The lecture was one of the most Interesting of the season and was highly appreciated Special slideswere made and the subject was made suf ficiently elementary to be thoroughly understood by those not specially versed in chemistry Mrs Woodbrldge presided Other Hwrnngi Robert Simmons of Pancoaat street loaves of deeper feeling of patriotism Acme Tea Company Mary S Homer was honored by bo a wellknown character started out bread Frank J Harrison delayed on his way picked him up at Third and Market streets drunK JTJ i I iitJVl AS a pleasant termination of the and disorderly He was given five days I unnt TVH ta aim Creamer 2B cents Other donations were made this morning QcLBIlBD WD u j lleved that the case will take two for trial and as Judge Broomall trill not be in court today all Jurom not engaged in case were excused un til tomorrow mornlntr Additional Court THE TIMES BIBLES Recent Consignment Going Rapidly But Stock Not Exhausted Billy Sunday who will honor Chester with a visit on Friday of reamer ZD cents utner i a nleasant VL LHU ana uisurueny ere made this morning meeting the ladies enjoyed refreshm the lockup but sentence wag BUS weekp he realizes that all the goed Misses Anna McFale Blanche Leach sorved by Ihe hosless Mrs pended Simmons was terrorstricken he accomplishes or hopes tc accom TITU J he honni the five and niiah lu hrpniise he Breaches tho Ola Annie Chandler and Mrs Norman I Black Craig are collecting subscriptions and donations and have been meeting with successs S M Challenger who heads the S M Challenger Bible Class of Leave Winter Some of the animals belonging to IJUllUcU when he heard the five and asked the msgiHtratc if ho wanted to kill him by a term in the local hostile Albert McNeal of 1112 Herbert served and it is expected that tho day will be successful shows it was deemed advisable to John Musch 630 Morton avenue Meeting of Teachers ship them to Virginia where the openI wns arrO3ted by Officer Jarrett at ing will take place Quite a number and Market streets for tlrunk of teachers I nt viii ILIILI Meeting of I cher ofb persons witnessed the shipping of He pleaded guilty to taking The teachers of the public schools th too He was discharged Ill oftPrTinntl nt O lnC I One tion Addressed Bible Students Choir Rehearsal The members of the the Nicholson Hcmminpcr will hold a vcninK aL tho Trinity ipal Church Third and Pa S oti is ihr leader ot which is to br composed of more ivo hundred voires Tickets for the Billv moctinpr to 5 Die tafHrriaclc at Kisiilh and will Vx distribulert Rev Frank J MacDonald of the First Baptist Church spoke at the of the Chester High School Bible Class ast evening The meeting wns held in the social rooms of the Youns Mens Christian Association Building Seventh street and Edpmont avenue Kollowins the meeting dinner was served several of the mem bers made interesting remarks The Bible Class will meet on Monday even ing of each Miss Wedding Ceremony Mario f Black Mr Mr Hnry r Thursday 1P to Edward fonwell w Mrs Aencs R Conwell of T pland be performed at the Mr anil Mrs vVilljam M rnwfl Miss Black beins sister 01 over ITV hnndrcl cufs present the ceremony Workers Meeting PcreonaT workers of the Nicholson Hcmminser Campaign met lost cvpn at the Second Presbyterian church Thrd nnd IMrich streets Rev H w Koohlor pastor of the church is Ihe chairman of this Thief Steals Tank Durinp the tcmporan absence of S D Ignazion of 1122 Wost Third stiwj erlv yesterday mornin a sneak thiot entprvd his ostaMishment nnd stole a tank from a motorcycle He reported the afTair to the Store Remodeled W C Kelly of Third and Flower treetF has the interior of his itore remodeled New fixtures have been installed and the place now pre a most attractive appearance duPonts Increase Wages Announcement was made yesterday at Iho headquarters of the B I duPont de Nemours Powder Company in Wil mington of a 20 per cent increase in the wages of all payroll employees of the company effective April 1 This increase affects men and will mean an increase fn the companys payroll of about a year Twentyfour plants operated bythe duPont Powder Company throughout the country are affected but officials and clerks In the main offices are not included The Increase Is voluntary Rehearsal For Circus The girls gymnasium class of the young Womens Christian Association rehearsed yesterday in the gymnasium of the Young Mens Christian Asso ciation under thp direction of Miss Hamilton The girls will take part In the which will be conducted on two evenings next week by ihe Yuuns Mens Christian Association The girls will take an active part Rushing the Work An effort will be made to have he tabernacle for the NicholsonHem minser campaign at Kighth and Welsh vin meet tomorrow afternoon at a general meeting in the assembly room of the Larkln Grammar Schdol Su perintendent of Schools J Elsenberg will preside and several im portant matters will be discussed The meeting will be held at oclock in tho afternoon and this will necessitate the dismissing of school early The pupils will enjoy several hours from their studies Motor Vehicles Collide Edward Boil of 338 Howell street Motor venicies i arrested by Officers Cummins and A liffht Ford automobile ami a tourI Fariell after a family jar had caused Ing car collided at Third street ana I him to get into action Hc was held Highland avenue yesterday afternoon I for a further hearing tonight at There were several persons in the tourI Magistrate Blllotts office e plish Is because he preaches tho Old Book from cover to cover Mr Sunday declares Bible should always be regarded as Indispensable among civilized people And yet no doubt thero aro families in this city and county who do not own a Bible There are others who may be well sup plied but they do not pos Wss a Bible with all the helpful fea tures contained in the Times Bible It will cost nothing to call at business ofllco of the Times and ex amine this Bible And if you want ono o single dollar and one coupon clipped from the Times will secure the great est bargain you ever made Boy Scouts Change The Boy Scouts ot Troop 2 of this city have changed their meeting place ing car who susialned slight Injuries Inflicted by flying glasH from the wind shield which wan shattered The oo cupanl front headlights Ford machine were broken Additional In addition lo the order of fifty new shield wmcn wan snaitercu mu uii jn axUjiiion lo tne oruer 01 cupanl of Ihe Ford car escaped The I cnsincs received by the Baldwin Loco front part oC the larger car was badly TOOttve Works as announced ycster damaecd and the headlights on the I plans for fifteen additional loco mo dny plans for fifteen additional loco motives have reached the Eddystone moves plant FIve arc to be built for the Chicago Burlington Qulncy Railroad from the St Pauls Parish Struck By Motorcycle While crossing the street at Third and Market streets last evening John P Dougherty of Fifth and Franklin streets struck by a motorcyclo riven by a man supposed to be an mployee of a local concern Dough ty was struck a glancing blow and 10 driver was hurled against the a Marcus Hook trolley our No amage was done to tho machine or he rider and Dougherty was tho orst sufferer several bruises and lock comprising his injuries of the hooi which was of iron Urge Favorable Action I A bystander picked ihe hoy up anil car a serial meeting of Swartfcmore him to a nearby plmrrnary where lontmy Meeting Of Friends held Third treatment was administered He was month fourteenth David L Uikens Inter taken to his and Arthur H Tomllnson were ip loinled to prepare and forward a mln streets rushed to completion so it will be ready for the visit of Billy Sunday on Friday morning 7 Irvin Taylor wants fifty men this evening to assist in the work The building is equipped with lighting Emergency Aid Society An allday meetinz of the Kmcr renrv Airt Society will be held row in Chester Free Library Hall Do nations of clolhine slioes food ar money will be received all day and Ih committee will be present lo care fo the worthy and destitute who appeal for help Franklins New Apparatus luinitu i He to Delaware countys representsI ncw combination motor appr I f TTIrA 11V ite to Delaware i j no new ctimmniium ives in the Stale Legislature rgirtg I lf tno Kranklin allirmative action on the County Local 1 wjll by Option measure now under lhc latter part i lion Novena at St Anthonys The in honor of St Anthony wmr which is conducted annually at the 1 the machine were pleased Church or St Anthony of Padua will I appcarancCi begin this evening at o clock The i Fire Company the manufac turers the latter part of this week or early next week but will not be ship ped to this city until the latter part of the month All of the members who visited Ailentown on Sunday and Playgrounds Association Mrs Henry Clay Coehrane Presi dent of the Chester Playgrounds As sociation and other officers ot the or ganization are completing arrange for the annual meeting It will probablv be held in tho aunltorium of the Franklin School fonrtTi nnj Concord Avenue find an Invitation may be extended to the public to at iitrKiii iiiia v ft novena will continue for thirteen con secutive Tuesdays Special cervlres will be held In the afternoon for those unable to attend the night r More Poor Donations The Christian EndeavorSociety of TI the niKni i the Marcus Hook Baptist church has Tht ermoi thN evening will be desent lo the Times office the sum of by a pr est mlngton for the poor fund of the oily merea I 0 be Kiven to the tnlon Benevolent Auxiliary Society and the Emergency Aid Com The Auxiliary of the TounR 1 mlttce ofHwNcw Century Club Mns CTirlstinn Assoelatlon met yesI WOTICE frdnv afternoon in the 01 1 firm of N M otrrdt I wni conlimie under lenl The meeting Wednesday April will be held on A Crash of Glass Residents on Mcllvaine street were startled night the crashing o A Polish family moving into a house in lint vicinity was hauling some furniture on a small push car and a tub filled with glass dishes punchbowl and tumblers fell into th street About thirty dollars worth o goods were broken An Aid to MoShers If I iiijrf atii x i the V M C A Building Seventh street I prorers wilt coniimie miacr to estalish a nurstry the V arrt HMsmont avenue Reports of the I tnp name and ronluctcd by I w c A socjai headquarters at 70 various committees were received and Dorainick P Cobots Mrs Mary A N Markcl Urt n charsc of Miss M HowUnL ancl flensral News Oenpral Mcrlia Ncvs Editorial Classified Ads Nearby Towns New YiarKej sunec i nc Sports mre In charge of Miss Anna Rowland j CtotMer Fhr the bendit of motKnrs who sire to atlend the meeting to hel in the tabernacle a Eighth and Welsh streets U has too ThirtyFive All previous records were broken ast nighl as regards the number of applying at crs for accommodations Previously vhcn there or twentyfive men who made application was nought it was a large number but asrS night there were trangers who applied Two of uesta of the night stated that they ad walked from Havre de Grace and were unable to go further Employees Hear Sunday Employees of the Sun Oil Company of Marcus Hook went to Philadelphia Sunday and in the evening visited ths Sunday tabernacle where reservations nad been made Over one hundred anl liftypersons were in the party it re quiring three special cars to1 accom modate them The party left Marcus Hook at In the afternoonA check of S125 was presented to Billy Sun day following the service J ;