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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XXVI, No. 49, Saturday, September 11, 1915.
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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XXVI, No. 49, Saturday, September 11, 1915.
30 October 2014
Ardmore, Pa. : M.J. Ensign
Historical Society of Montgomery County
Montgomery County (Pa.)
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- past mon l'hlil,dl't . I I 6" gr. L-‘“‘::‘ “m VOL. XXVI N0. 49 NEWS llollasl LOCAL.- PERSONAL, GENERAL Items of Interest Picked Up‘ Here and There for Chronicle Readers. POINTED PARAGRAPHS seplunber. ' Boulllts oi the Ivvle are bcntling low : moss-cuvt-re vlall. with green and russet and red Iglow, ’ n r at early tall, The rclvet pcaeh, the plutn and the car bountcous been in their yieltls. ‘VIIIIC wavuu; grain in the gcnllu all Make Llilluwa ol gold the ticltls, The vines llarltz heavy with ritrnind gem Awsittng tlu-ir purple dress, At morning sparkling like dtndcrns As thcy rnteh the sun's caress: The Dulnpkiu's donning its golden hue, mu rue out are ere, The landscape‘: a picture lnir to view, Scplcmllt-r's prido oi the year, The nilzllts are cool and invite repose. The sutttttter heat has gone b , The surnae with scnrlct beauty grows, ‘Heard is ill: ti lpoorwiIl's cry; The farmer whistles and sings with V0 . sccs reward tor his toil, Nature’: respond.-ti abundantly with wealth lrom her yiclrllng snil. - ugust Trcodwcll, in Brooklyn lzstlc Mitlsulunler weather. Returning vacalionisls from. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Huddlesloll and tantily, o at; Kent road, have retuntetl from a six weeks’ it a Bay Hcatl, N. J., and Stamford. rm. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kerwood, of Ardmore; H. P. Y. Gibbons, of llnvertorrl. and Jordan Cumner, oi Ardluclre have been on a trip ’thruugh ihc Middle west. Mrs. H. Allen Dzlllyfwho re- cently returned from Kennebun.k- port, es will leave shortly with Mr. Dally or 2 motor trip through the Pocono Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Lud- law have closed their cottage at Beach Ilavlzn and opened their home on Llnlllair road. Mr, and lurs. John 5. Arclllicld and lnntily, oi’ 308 Clifford avenue. are spclltling several weeks at wildwbod, N. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Abrallaln ct sley and Master Richard croslt-y, oi 307 clilrord avenue. have returned from a two weeks‘ stay at wild. Ill’ x lllr. Jnrnes McCrea, Jr., ol Woodmcre, L. I., is the guest of his mother, ‘Mrs. James lllccrca, Lil I3alIyhcnther, at hot cottage at Hot springs, vn. Mrs. Louis Sample Clarke, who is visiting her rno er at v burg, will rcturn to her home or Gulf road today. . Mrs, Richard E. Norton. oi Bledllyn oad, will return Thurs day trom Lockport, New York. to 3. The regular monthly meeting ol 1h: wt-r ('YlDI] chocll Boa ‘ was held on Wednesday evenill and considerable ruutinc business transacted. ', l -t no Mr. Beiljiulliu Bullock has gout to Narragansett. where e is visiting Mr. alld Mrs. David S Baker tor a low days. Mrs. Alexander H. Davidson and cllildrcn have returned to their Artltnoro home alter spending tltc th at Cape May. Dr avldsorl spent the week-ellds with his family rlttt-ing their stay at tht share. lrs. B. Vail Illarsl, Mr. and Il 'DI3VC returned to hir summer ome at Havcrtorrl, alter spending the summer at Chelsea. Mr. R. E. Ilaas, director of thc Ardmnre Playgruttntls, left this morning for his home at Mt. Ver- non, N. . . Mr. William H. Kane, of Ard- mctr avenue, is spending the week- end at Atlantic City. ' Miss ,Gcrtrlllle Ill. Shea, of 20; run avenue. its gone to Eric. 1’a., to enter boarding school. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac H. Clnlhicr closed their surnntor plate at James- n - csl rtln, nntl lurnet their home at Wylluewood today. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Henry llortol Brazier will close their Ciipe May next week and rt.-lttrn to l Mr. .2 (I Mrs. Miler! E. Kennedy will lnff(l(IllCC their dauglltcr, Miss . lilic P Kt-tutezly, icty at a In on Friday, November lg. c SCHOOLS OPEN FOR ' 2500 CIIILDREN ,Meriou . Begin Anew to Climb Hill of Knowledge H A L F DAY SESSIONS Throughout the lcngtll and brcsdrh pl Lower lvlerion township -rucsrl-.y morning, boys and girls ol varying ages, lrom little ones at t anricipnttntt their lirst struggles on the hill or ltnoulctlge, to high school slutlcrlu acquiring cerntan nnd Latin, wendcd t cir way ioyously to school. .'o tordirtess ol (out or rice or gloutn could be noticed as the children inur- neyrd in groups and singly tn the Viln- d pupils were on hand and enrolled at the lirst session. No classes were h the tune was taken up In addresses by Ienchcrs and in prepnraticn tor the routine work which began on Tuesdny. only one session has been given dur- ing the week. preliminary to the apeuing on Turn. tlay the tcaching lorce ol the town- sh lllerion High school building on Monday, at a reception given by the Board or Education. The superin- tendent, principals and teachers were all present and enioyed meeting with their co-workers niter the long vac.- od he rect n I was to - on once oi teachers and the school dircerors in wlltcll t c BAGGAGEMAN ACCUSED OF ROBBING TRUNKS Entplnyeo at Naverford Arrested carrying Articles Belonging to nnu. - c. s- K. c . morning in I e slreei and VVo0dbine avenue. when he wzln found carrying a bundle contain- ing jewelry, silk underwear and xhrcv boxes of cream chocolates. ’ tslignlioni, the police say, re. tl lphia was arrested early yesrer I1 vie" it ots’ l lord, on the Main Line. and that he Ila robbed the trunks ot widely- hnown lunirr Line and ovcrbrook rt dcnls by opening thorn in the uter- let belonging to Mrs. Francis Ogden, No. 875 2 N v. ttrst. a lawyer. who lives at No. as-ls Lan- nue. ‘Root was nrrc ted by Patrullllatl o ‘:I it = s E 5. = o 5 er er zuagistrpte Boyle sent hint to city Hall alter holding him in bail, and in city l-lnll he was turned over lo thc Ardrnnrc police. lllrs. 0 til.-u was present at Root‘: hearing and idcnti- ncd her Draperly Here is where the glad seashore trunlr goes hark undtr the third-story bed at home and stays there tor an- other rtlty wet s. Livingstone "The Angel ot William evening. so our her. Admi stop is tree. Mrs. Slac B. unytl, Glenn road, who, with It. Lloyd and lamily, R the Sulirnge Meeting to be held in son Hall rlex 2543: ll ‘ st in Canada. Mr. Lloyd, who is on A hunting trtp, WIII rernnnt in can- ada until the middle of this month. Mrs. Louis Olry Lusson and her (lnllghfcr, Miss Lucile Anna dc ltlcrlin Lussnn, ol the Lilac ha roturnerl from “arrcut va., tt-horc tltoy wore exltllsiilvlv nt r- taint-rl. bliss ussnn wi tn.-tlre her tlclutt at a lea to be given In NOVl‘lllI)(‘r by her parents. ursj G. Clynlcr Rrookc, of Br 1 Ardulore, is visitill d 7t cc y Brow, her parents, ilr. an Irs. Elling- am Watch Hill, R. I. Boys and Girls of Lower rt chi. and most ol tt tp were entertained at the Lower - . tirnt along the lower Min! [A1658 my-third s 5 , J.-tcobe. ol the sixty-l‘trst and Thump I. son streets police station. According tidy Rose Chinatown," will be the spenlrer It " 5 tori y me ARDMORE, PA., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1915 TO FREE LOWER MERION TURNPIKE , Master and Jury Were Ap. painted by the Court at Norristown PETITIONERS C L A I M - la The Court al Norrtstown Tlturrday puncd a rnastcr and ntry to con- sult-r the amlllrallon oi nurncronr cilt. runs o Lo r .ucr.ort and liclnlly to hnvr lIl1It.ll'(‘d lire ol mils and to la: contlt-tnnctl Ind pllrclllscd by the c unt pitta nntl llryn . [like which is locnttd in Lower lltrion and is otrc oi tlt bcst paying turnpike: in the county. b 'l‘ttc ntnstcr nntttrrl by Julligc Aaron 5 stvnrrr is Attorney lrvin p. Kvlipe nnd the jury lnhn Hampton, ul Nor- srown sntnt .01 I 5'. = torn. Luwcr cuyncdd, L’. Frank Bauleher, OI Allllnluu nnd John McFarland, pt 3 L . t M crton. a so e 5. Tyson, tte-nographer in e OIIIIZ1! of Attorney Henry M’. Brown- to the lntsint-st and illlprovelllcnls tn t the that porli n p oouuly; that the cnllcrttpns n t l is one nus, voca- n tl troublesome, and w ttld ol the county to have ‘n freed Anollltrr hearing i hnvc the Willow crote and German- town plank r lreed ox tol o - curred tint morning in court room No. 2, belorc Frank L wright, mas- 7d - an ter, and a yury. BRDOKLINE ACTIVITIES Attraction: Galore rt rnlr Fnpular Suburban Seltlervlenh Brootltnc ytas III:-ceutn at attrac- I plt-esurt-- - t- tcutttrex ol thc program The circus was continued Monday night when an automobile was given p ntvay. The committee in charge in- cltttlctl Edward 1-l, Bryant, ehatrrnan; l 'rst, sccrt-tnry; William 1. R.lt. kins. ]r., Mrs. A. Gourtlier. Alburl ltltouli, llrs. R. N Hlrst, Mrs. Ull. ilrs. in us, Mrs. . Br d Mrs. c-lly. ...L ( - At the regular meeting or the Bruplt- an t the r s '1‘ c cotntnlttee is Mrs. s n. The prizcli were won by ltlrn, ltittcr, Mrs. v. 13. Bond, lllrs. Turtle, Mn. Frazee, Mrs, Merrill. The fllolll was beautifully ducorztcd wt llowcrs. R lre.-hntt,-nu were served. A tht-airu btncllt will be held early in orlobur. The masquerade will be BIVHI on'llallovte'en, as has bcrn the custom. "ts Night in Gay Parcc," will he an attraction illis nlollllt. Mrs. J. Brown returned on Maud: r a mo tvcelt's trip to Atlantic a tty. , Mr. Clark, ol Second and walnut stret VII the luclry man to get the ur. and Mrs. <2. Alvin ltlcad, nnd ltly, ol ‘Mill mad, brpohline, have vt.-d to Norristnwn, a. The speed-boat "Unldo," owned by R. .l. l irrt. ol strathntore mad, llrooltline, won the silver loving cup in ntotcrboat races at lslnnd Heights, 9 r Day. an N. J.. on Labo School to Rev 3 rtupcntng of Ike w n r ntary school and Ix dcrgarlcn Class on ltlontlny, Orlaber ll, at No. ills vrnlnnl avchttc. Artlntore, 1'' es Vur Nari! Show. ltctrinsltl Vanderbilt and Lewis 'al'm.x. tslm art to be iudlgcs II the coining liryn upur Horse show, WIII otnlpy lhc stewards‘ cottage at the Ritllxlor Il'lrIl club duruuz the show. F .xlr. Vantlcrbilt has bccn a horse show ‘utlgc [or several seasons. About the only ditlcrcnce in ballies ll. luorrts. or 'cednrlturst, ls tn the personal oplntpn of tltnr lrnottttrt. REPUBLICAN VICTORY WATCIIWORD IN COUNTY ' Rosy outlonlr Gives winning . PROBABLE WINNERS xorristown, Pa, srpt. IO-Victory ' l lllt: s thc I'al ol uontgontery ronpty ,xetcr ha e rpndntonr been more ptonllslng Ior ., t, svclliug success at the ' T (-lwllon Ftlrluvlale, rndt-td, ml y of Montgomery the Philadel- Haw yortty ol totes at the .lrri.'.lrl:s 10 be held on Tuesday, scutcrttber disc tor ,, to nun it will be etptnaltnr to cl.-ctton In Novcnllurr. the bent oi re:sIi7e lrotn contact with that nentueracy is "down and out nd n ll WUIL ’ tug at the polls. Jud rllak location will play an inttlor an t tr.-'4 Tllc court I appoillled nits in lllt: iurlrlatlan ol the ltepubltca Ih cl. orr, wnintrs at the vrlularlcs aside lrotn I ' whnh arr uutinlc ol t a lllu: Lollls . hagle, oi cltcltenhant, tn in the castcrn c . ol Lower Mrrluri, tor county torn- luissiollcr, in lhc n llorltngtun utn-ltnolttr, pl l-pttstown. >: em 9. f - s n the action to ‘ nl it- h the Poor ultcre are lu be ten chosen) n set A concert by . brass band and a display ol lirevrorlrs wcre Allolllt-r oeite thnt I5 sfzrcclw-l'n h the ratnpargn t-ost is County suney. or, lur which there are tvlo canrl. ttutc-, Jnincs cresson, llresclll menu.- A- '11 1-vwls. Jnntcs Lloyd. J. ll. Om , bcnt, alld )phn ll, Lhtgtr us, Ilaruld Prlly, Etlward Eaton, “' Jackson, Some or the and red. t . , g . , I t , ants int-lutlcd W. J. Hrown, J. H. ]il- "’”' "F :k"’”‘“l“ M ‘M R"‘"‘m 3" llollllnzllull lot Sheryl? cleared ill: ,,,,- woy (or easy ptcling irtr Mr. xsglt. walk. lle has been candidate tor Rice on a number oi areas it rt cue :lrrY harltlolly- J. Attorney were brightened by the wltlldrawzl or Abraham ll. i riclts. hlr.nnd ’ lllur years, IS assistant in the 0 lcr P nl District Attuinc e s learned the routine and has dcrno strated in court his ability to be the cutitntopwtslths attorney. -.a : strung tutor in h tlttlnty lot kt-gister pl wills. lsetorc hc cnlercd the o lee ol county Coin I r h-rlr he was a ' among men especially among r nndurs. he being in charge or rcws oi the Rea ‘ tltrpughnut the county for many yrars, Then while in the cnnrniis. P. = cordrality a Ill! ahlllly to serve, wlllrli clenlt-lit: -t . he 1li.ll:)lllubIIe at the Llfuu on Monday U W 0, Wm,‘ ,, mmssm 5' :‘ 3 3 o a hat business-like methods which he intro- duced and carried out during his lu- paper publrs er n uua running lor county Treasurer. lie is known In all an the soul or honor. Ht ‘not the man to place in charge olxllc “ lirst parade or the Sunday school. in no he h a bitch clcclcd so oltcn attest. his great yopulzrity at hon ccssful in business, Mr. Hatfield pos- u a it ' Candidates at Primaries As- surance of Success in Nov. eltword D Republicans txotcn. 5;’ o get on the tic-tot. tltercrnre. t. the many candidates. 1 hey the pearl: make but a ve Athletic Contests and Falls PRIZES AVVARDED [mil At the (‘uxl(‘IuSiI)II ul the rxllllmlull crup ..l past tr.-it-rs rt rt The best guess. tltoroi ot be p rllsan con- entl; (I. once Sullllan. soulllur end, 1 a e. tor Director 0! ll Ilxlelllzrsh, tn the The wlllldravtal or lltlltatn ll. h withdrew in the intcrest cn Aubrey .irtdcr- Ins cltantcs Iur success as District t-lcn crson. during thc past sheiv a-==i so kobcrt C. .uiliur's personality ' tnv rasC 2 to ntl uuitorrtt <0llH<s)',:lllJ wtll take into the oiiice ol Rugts "well done, good and laitltlul scr e olnce a -e had occasion to observe the is not necessary to tell uny uewr ' h ltlontgotuery nnything about the slcrlilll 1' es of Editor Estrdlvlanr Vito is . . . . a l-rltt-en y-cars a Ltnttnttsstoner ol ‘cs oucr lllcrlon, with purity co te. Suc- ess abtltt h es- sential tor the cities or cotumisstoner. "‘ (Continued on Fast 3) in e- a lie judicial ralllllllialta . . h or in Illi tan- :r-.-- ‘L 77PItICE THVREE gnlrwg REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE HONORED BY FRIENDS North VVnles Residents In- dorse Rhine Russell Freed for Controllership. AT PUBLIC MEETING Cilizrru oi North waits, I"a., the hat d in the borough tor many years and uho hate trtotrn Rrine Russell Freed personally; men who have viewed stun tntrrest and Plunse tire and s ' 't:l'Llit Mr. rrerds nliuit‘-hearted rnorts la upllulfd . ortn H'2les lhrtillutl Illi ODel:l ' [art in iil public and epic 15111, paid rpert - cxcmlllg. ulttn they met tn Amuse- county. lltc meeting was an unusual one, rnrrttttc as it did not only =PP7:<i1- (lull -.l hlr Freed as a North Wales runn, but thc nttpreyurliced best wisltcs x tcntl. and ne ng I'III:L‘l, nut only in soltthlytrlz UIIII Pu-rl section or Mr. lcrecd. . as against his opymnunl Heebner, but in all sccllllns of llonlgumtfy taunt)- Mr. rt d, the has srrted in a nutnbr-r tn April. uales orhtes, up D Borough Coun:ll or vttticl: tr ’ ‘I'll: ntrettng n-as pr iderl over by l: b an attorney.-and tn close succession utlhant G. ltttlmvay. tcr : at an r. II. . <Ixlt‘r nil mado addresses lattrlstory or xlr l-rrcd ztud is case a soon. it tonl, by the spcaters, but ti,-many at Mr. Iwretl as In respanse M the Llrgcllt -euocsts oi mrtny Ixepublzuns ar JUN’! rrpresenzatlle cltimns or 3 (true earner)‘ county, lehirtc lcusstll lrreed dds announced his purpo-e oi sub- tnttting his name to the Rcpubllcan tntcrs oi the <'allrt)"as a canditlatc ior tnc olhtc or County controller at tho prnnary election to be held Sep- rt-tnbcr :t. e tt Resolved. t we. his lrieuds and nettzhbors heartily endorse Ills call- with the amlrobatiorl oi the Public and Mlll rent-rt ert-dir upon hnnseli. s, r. l-‘rec is nn ardent cput. in port of the can W‘: cordially recommend him to tht lat-arable r ‘ ' oi the t-ott u hlnntuorncry county, contident that Ih: pnbbc's iultresls vtil bott scrtorl and saieguardcd in his highest possible xllanncr by is nllrllinaliull and ultimate rlecllon. At the Couflumon ol the reatlmil ol lhl: resolution Mr. l-rerd was rollnwntg Mar :1 Hill at a loss or expression to ts-ll you or nly :yl'(CClA(lttn oi your ' 4”]! lecllllg lounrd lie an the srtltndtd tcsttrttonial you hm: given rue in )'Our connucndatinn or my r all that you Illne d4tnc or me and s a I crtt any ronlidence yo repose in me. At this 2 wltcn every trtenrl counts. it is twe- iall aliiyimz to know t ere is us nantnttty ullong my fellow-citizens. c u , it a now mt: well, to support in ear- rytng to Vlclor the banner which hundreds oi my rientls throughout the placed tn in = Ienlllll and brea t or the county h y hands. ntutnne y county ltticntinns to properl till the ochre nuuly Controller; Iy entrusted with hat responsible po- i shall give it my personal pt- qua t. s . Ienllmi: sltnll rrtt-e n the best service there is in me null shall ice to it Ihal the tottntyhc luudli shall be ex- penutt only (or ones-t. lawful and ily in l slanlllilx wll e rner. r’ r tn.-e o S: uho suul-n it n: (ht approlal ol tnt ..le [lrmtle o- ll e tonnty. i e t. -t lltanes ior ur pi, lrten U ml rrv earnest . -l zl tbnt ry rive .. re. .-ll urn... ll'l‘ . . tnnry cletrtnn . : tut no lh( Sallie nnalttmity as that with uhleh you have endorsed my undidacy." ,