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; - W.wii MiNP.TnNhls'PATCH. TUESDAY.' AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER
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NATIONAL LEAGUE i
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- "vRiesults Yesterday.
At Philadolphia 2-10; Brooklyn l-2.;At New York 1-4; Boston 7-3.
t & 4" hency, consular, "franchise, government, a
I internationalism, litigation, municipal-
-AMERICAN LEAGUE , Uy, nentral, "Pan-American, pacifist,
. - .j- T : paternalism, preparedness, referen-
4 4 dum, States' rights, triple alliance,
; and ultimatum. The list was then
i submitted to several rcollege students,
At Pittsburg '7 2; St.
At Boston 3-?.; New York 2-8.
At Chicago 3-8; Cincinnati 0 10.
ArWaShfngton 2 3; Philadelphia 0-1
At Detroit 7-11; Cleveland 5-S.
At St. Louis 2-1 ; Chicago 3-2.
Where They Play Today.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Brooklyn at-New York.
St. Louis- at Pittsburg.
Cincinnati at Chicago.
Whtere They Play Today.
New York:at aWshington.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Standing cf the Clubs.
Boston Tl 48
Brooklyn 72 49
Philadelphia 72 49
Pittsburg 58 7
thicago 9 7Q
St. Louis 5'. 73
Cincinnati 50 SO
Standing of the Clubs.
W L Pet.
Pet. Boston . .
507 ; Detroit . . . .
r,00 ! Chicago . .
593Jew York .
492 i St. Louis . .
464 i Cleveland . .
4SS ' Washington
v MINOR LEAGUES.
two of wliom'are taking post-graduate
courses in a New England . college,
and in .-each, tirstance "the student has "!
! been frank --enough to say that he andr
i his colleague would find it exceed- 1
I ingly lwrd, it not wholly impossible, 4
i'to c yplafir vratir,factorily a large per-11
j centage of 'the expressions." In com--:
ment tine investigator maintains that 5
far from giving young people too
much training along actual and ma-f
terial "contact with life," we are set-
5g5 ting their faees toward the ICth cen
kk4 I tury." He asks that the modern, up-
507 j to-date topics discussed in newspa-
526 1 Prs nnt' niagazines sltould have a 1
r,19 piace. nowever moaesi. on me curr.- paJtnoUi ayir Star,
504 calumn. Young men leaving our insti- In Paramouni Pictures.
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but its summer schools draw many ,
o.. 1 tutions of learning with a precise ac-
l igh classes be installed whevere the Off 'again, on again, Finnegan.
I IV and with knowledge of what is This Famous Players star in Para-
. 1 what is eoine on in the world are mount Pictures wno is now-Known as
person, of other-communions than l 8 jfe0l"a&ysnbl vducedVnor! the "Finnegan of Motion Pictures,"
iho h crnvn Jfkiifrv nf Vripnds noining, Jie stys, uui fuueaieu iBnur ... ...
lert tne i oines some -inontus agu
Creatly increased school facilities X? '
a r uuiuus xiajcrs iivfviuvlwji. nun
the historic Society of Friends
England has iiad a most interesting j
caseof college "Jim the Penman," ai
man who, after being given the high
est academic draining his country
Carolina League. , could give, deliberately become one
At Charlotte 2-3; Asheville 5-0. j 0f ner most remarkable outlaws.
At Greensboro 6; Winston-Salem ". J fjank managers and cashiers th rough -
At Winston Salem i; Greensboro iMont Britain are now relieved to know
At Durham 4;
At Raleigh 4;
that the "King of the Forgers
just been "put away" for ten years
j This redoubtable criminal is Gerald j
Kennaway, son of a leading West 1
! are to be provided thi fall for the in-
j struetion of foreign-born residents of
the United States and especially for
alien candidates for citizenship. It is
the desire of the Bureau of Naturli
zation of the United Stages Depar-
that public school
classes be installed
wherever the need exists for the edu
cation and Americanization of foreign-,
ers. During the last scholastic year , tempting a dance as
, rment or jabor
Bhe la back again in the new "Fol
lies." Next week she "will be off again,
working In the afternoon in the Fa
mous Players studio making a picture,
and In the evening dancing to her
heart's content before the footlights.
It is nc wonder that she is called
''Finnegan of the Motion Pictures."
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virgina Lwgue. , " " " Jers. During the last scholastic year , tempting a dance as an incident in
At Portsmouth U-6; KOCKV Mount v.uuuirjr y aUJr cohonl antJinrities of an-' th nnfnlHIn nf tnrv anH fin t,a
At Petersburg 1-4; Newport News
No other scheduled.
South Atlantic League.
At Charleston 9-7; Jacksonville
At Columbus 0-14; Macon 1-11.
At Columbia 6-1; Augusta 3-6.
At Atlanta 11-4; New Orleans 4-0.
At Little Rock 11; Memphis 4.
At Birmingham 6-1; Mobile 3-0.
At Chattanooga 4-3; Nashville 5-4.
worthy servants to the State, went
to a -great public school and from
there to Cambridge university. His
scholastic record was excellent, al
most brilliant, and scores of well
known Englishmen, barristers, stock
proximately 650 cities and towns in . who really can dance instead of mak-!
forty-four states of the Union were ' ing a painful effort. In her role of i
co-operating with the bureau in this the little innbeent girl left with a j
branch of its educational activity, guardian who would take advantaga
need exists for the education and of her innocence she Is indeed at pa- j
ceived by the bureau, nearly 100 thetic picture and she adds to the il-
brokers and officers were i others have signified their intention -lusion of the draxua by her skill .and
call him friend in their university
days. So expert was Kennaway as a
forger that criminals came to him
irom all parts of Great Britain to en
gage his services for the fabrication
of joining in the movement and all grace in "the, dance of the flowers"
indications now point to a most grat-!nnd as "Yama Yama." .
country are planning to attend the
Yale pageant, which is to be present-
At Minneapolis 11-6; St. Paul-7. ' j Yale-New Haven bicentennial. Satur
At Indianapolis 4-1; Columbus 3-3:idy. October 21. The' pageant will be
Milwaukee 7-t;tt " ' nu muit; innii i,uw aiu-
dents, school children and towns-
people will participate. It is expected
that an audience of 60,000 will wit-j
if ying record for the 1916-1917 school Those patrons who are looking for ,
year. Night classed for teaching of i a much needed relief from the sex '
English to foreigners have been main-f dramas of the. present day should not
tained for vears in most of the cosmo- 1 miss this f ninvahl.i nirtnre.
Yale men from all sections of the politan centers of the United States, j .
but the teaching ot civics in
classes is a new departure.
At Kansas City 4-4;
At Buffalo 2-3; Montreal 0-1.
At Toronto 5-2; Rochester 4-0.
At Newark 1-4; Baltimore 3-5.
At Providence 22; Richmond 1-7
ness the pageant, which will visual- -D
Seek Gold in Arizona River.
j Prescott Ariz, Sept. 5. To deter-
mine what riches if. any lie in the
j great potholes in the bed of the Has
jsayampa River, the California and Ari
j zona Mining Company, which owns
jthe New State, Elk and Perry quartz
, mines, is preparing to install power-
Tomorrow the Royal presents one ful pumps to raise the gravel. Work
FROM THE EDUCATOR'S !
The Haverford summer school, ;a
conference for the study of religious
problems, arranged biennially under
the management of Haverford College
of Pennsylvania, will be held this
week, Sept. &-Sept. 12, at Swampscott,
Mass. The speakers Include some of
the most noted Biblical scholars and
church historians in America. Haver
ford College Is a Quaker institution.!
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Ln nf YAle' rn dnr i of tne mo suPerb motion picture j on the project is to begin immediately.
lit 9nn P , n " Puctions -of the year. "The Inno-1 Several of the holes to be cleaned
ast ou years, its Punose ; - . n , ,, fivo j7..,- -n m ft',-.. .wk
will be to commemorate the moving v " t' , 1
- . , 0. , , duction presenting that bewitching Prospectors who have washed the
New Haven in 1716
lJ'- VJQl"li"J' " 1 lu"usuw'. tHie roies. nanv is nrncpwlinir.nn Hin IhPr.rv that
;R I instructor in history, has just; . 4Th Inn0nfince of Ru(h ,B a play; greater values will be recovered at
. . . . , . of rare charm, of wholesome pwer, depth.
we are over-weighted on the side of . - , . .
. , , . . . . of constant change and var ety. A -
the actual and practical, and give too - . , . . " i , ...
.. ' . ' ... feature in which the Del te w nsome-! France Preoares for Trade War.
ing the past 200 years. Its purpose!
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oajuiuun i. iJt1a L-tnr V)1 ,!,i, a n L . i.. . . . ., ,.
i ....... Hum "aim, viiu nit; 11 11- - ' vei in iuu river ueunavo uiniuruiiy
i iDhal itnK T. ,t .. .1 t.. . .. 1 .. X ..... I fl , ' ' ... .
io.icu oviui, U.UWUIU cuue, m me iwo mei wnu goon returns aim tne eom-
J if h n :
When it's sizzling hof antf sticky; nolfarf
InvonfVk rf air orriincr- nnrl iuf then a refresh-f
VI vmui w"tF ,1 3- - 1 .
ing breeze comes along, whew! it doesf
But besides, Chesterfields are MILD!
This is neu; cigarette enjoyment you never,
y6t heard of a cigarette that would satisfy,:
and yet be mild! .
Chesterfields alone give smokers this nea;
cigarette delight because no cigarette maker; .
can copy the Chester field blend!
Try Chesterfields today!
10 or 5c
Also packed 20 for 1 0c
duet they're MILD
ness of the, lovable Viola Dana is! Paris Sept 5. A notable exhibi-
little attention to what is not "In con-
L 1 V" Pettily brought forth, and offering Hon of FrenQh manufactures and in-
pupils write down the words and ex- 'u, , n, . r. , . . - .
.-.- 11mM, a role -winch, fits Edward Earle with t dustries was opened at Bordeaux to
pressions which they wre unable to r ... . . i j j it . ,
explain and could not use accurately.; aCe' U - ' f,n terta,n; S riay, n"dp the rtsmces f the mmer-
A list of about 300 terms was -fhnV i"8 "d 'futt meMI,re:; thrI" as well!C,al b0!1,eS f 'that clty" Tne an"
obtained. among them being such ' ?ha""' atmusnal feature indeed, f nounced purpose of the exhibition is
iin.y ui iaiins nun ;i.).siuii. ; u eiHiiMsu I'oiumerciai prepareoness
words as alliance, autocracy, arbitra-l
tion. bureauoracy, blockade, cosmo-
Vkki Dana is
a refreshing Ruth, j lor the trade war which the Central
It is re-j Powers are expected Vn carry on af-
r, ....... . ..f . . , ... . i ..........i r iiiiiu ..j visum
me owest yuaKer-coiiege in America. .rg0f m&ekx pity tunclL conWltu-: "K 8fe a 8creen character at-Iter the close of-actual -hostilities.
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'1 likewise certifies
tkat uou are wear-
v ing a garment that
is strictly MADE TO
irom TUKE WOOL
FABRICS ancl supe
rior in evervj and all
Models and Fabrics
on displau at
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win iDiiij as nne a
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tailored specially Jiis
own measure from "relia
ble cpure 'wool.fatries.
rom tlie latest
Wodels - tailored 1 in : tLe
most carelul' skilful watj
wrtb'trimmiiigs and liii
ins ol Superior intrinsic
ive, 'well 1 weatfihg arid
-altogetner -tlie finest to
of Clol res as any
wisla lo r
in, America at
Our selection of fabrics
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at $2j.00 is most, ex-
t e u si V0 . aSid. .e ni h races
everu conceivable effect
in weave, tdue and pat
tern together witb a
rick- displiatj df Woolen
: f nel Roosevelt -will 'iibt "permit; their ln1
1ng' present" 'but T the ; association offi
cers are hopeful that President Wilson
l may find it possible to come to Atlantic
,:City before the convention adjojrua.
- " Two Fires Monday.
'' ; .v ' i ': ' Chimney spark,s caused two fires
Brown of New York, and Miss Flor- Monday afternoon ' in the resident ia'
ence Allen of Ohio, will advocate the ' section of the, city. The first rmvwa
policy of working along both lines as j shortly after 2 o'clock and v:s 1
the association has been doing. frame '-dwelling .owned by Mr. I'..
On Thursday the convention will j Keith, No. 401) Smith streol. It was
be held m Nixon's Theater and the occupied by Mr. K. T. Gray. The
morning will be devoted to routine ond fire was soon after the first and
Atlantic City, N. J., Sent. 5. Dele
gates to the fof-ty-eighth annual con
vention of the National American Wo
men Suffrage Association, which opens
tomorrow, have taken this famous re
sort by storm, and the headquarters
are crowded with representative wom
en, many of whom have journeyed from business.. The feature of the afternoon ! was in the house of Uattie Sanders.
far distant points In the south and session will be the presidential ad- colored. No, 209 Brunswick
northwest and from the Pacific coast j dress of itfrs. Carrie Chapman Catt. I The damage was very small
The proceedings of Thursday will ! fires
conclude with the celebration of a ! . : - .
"Dixie Evening" in -Nixon's Theater Mr
1 re ! ,
'Largest Me cbaiitTailot in the South
i$m cm .''
.Si 'iS-i.-'--m:-'-fE;'iti ' .
States. All of the natidnal officials
were on hand today for a. preliminary
meeting of the -executive council. The
feeling is prevalent that the conven
tion is destined to be the vmost mo
mentous meeting in the entire history
of the equal suffrage movement in
this country. -
Whether the association shall drop
work on the Federal amendment, or
concentrate on it and drop State work?
or continue both Otate and 'FedeTai
work, are the big issues to be decided
by. the convention. Equal franchise
issues, in relation to the presidential
campaign, will receive attention and
the attitude of the association on sev
eral other questions will be determin
ed. The association has planned the
convention to crystallize the : view
point of its members into a definite
plan of action between now and elec
tion time. Officials and leading mem
bers of the association-are enthusiastic
in the belief that the developments of
the convention will pave the way for
what they confidently assert, is the in
evitable establishment of national suf
frage for women.
and Mrs.' W. -T, Common, or
The special purpose will be to arouse Charlotte, wore visitors in Wilming
interest in the suffrage cause! among torr yesterday,-Orton Hotel guests,
the women of the-South and with ' .
purpose in view all the speakers of the !
evening will be r Southern women who
will tell of the progress of the move
ment in their respective States. Mrs.
T. T. Cotnam will speak for Arkansas ; ;
Mrs. Lila Mead Valentine for Virginia,'
Mrs. B. J. Cunningham for Texas, Mrs.
Thomas Jefferson Smith for Kentucky,
Mrs. Edward McGehee for Mississippi,
Mrs. Guilford Dudley for Tennessee,
and Mrs. Eugene Keilley for North
Friday morning .will be' devoted to;
discussions of political, campaign and
f election 'policies and routine business.;
Dr. Anna Howard Show will preside;
oyer the evening session, which will:
be devoted to a discussion of "Why ;
Women Need the Vote." j
On Saturday morning the polls will
be opened for the general election of
cers of the association. Themorn-i
j ing will be devoted to the reading of;
The convention will be called to or- j reports and routine work and in' the f
der tomorrow morning in St. Paul'3 j'afternooti there will he a conference of
the Publicity Council and a meeting!
of the Executive Council. In the even-l
ing there will be a public meeting withf
epeakers of national reViitation. s
.The convention will come to a close
on Sunday, afternoon, when addresses!
will be made in Nixon's Theater by A
"Mrs, David Simpson of Minnesota, Dr. I
Offie McCullom Jones of Iowa, and Dr.
Anna .Howard -Shawv - - . - 1
i. President Wilson, Charles E. Hughes !
church. Mayor Bacharach will deliver
an address of welcome, and then re
ports of committees will be read. In
llhe afternoon there will be a three-
cornered debate on the question of
wbether the association shall confine
its future efforts to7 the Federal amend
ment, to State work, " or to both. Miss
Laura 'Clark, of "Kentucky, and Miss
Kate i Gordon of Louisiana, will speak
for -State legislation ; Mrs.' Ida Husted
Harper - and Mrs. Glendower Evans, of
Massachusetts, will speak for; the -Fed
eral amendment, and. Mrs. Raymond
Thos., A. Edison Presents
THE LOVABLE LITTLE
u an4 Colonel Roosevelt have, been in- 3
pted to address the convention.;' The i
engagements of Mr. Hughes and Colo- f.
With the Handsome
Jn an Entrancing and
A Drama of Fathos and
V '? t 1 PaMion.
Adults 16c. Children 5c
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