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BRIGHTENS AS BOND
TRADING IS RESUMED
Local Committee Begins
Sessions to Arrange Offi
cial Prices for First
Authorized Business Since
Trading In unlisted securities was re
sumed hero this afternoon under the
supervision of a spcel.xt committee nntnetl
by the principal bond lioiisiM mid ap
proved by the banta and the Philadelphia
Stock Exchange. A similar committee be
Kan work along the same Una In New
York. Each announced, at the close of
tbo first day's session, that the situation
In the Investment market had assumed
n moio decided tone for the better, and
that there Is every Indication In favor of
n more general resumption of b .nines? In
the next Week or so.
There was general response locally to
the rt quests of the committee for sub
mission by broken of offers to buy and
fcell and thousands of dollars' Worth of
high-grade 'bonds changed hands today
tuulor otllclal supervision. Th com
mitter, at tho close of Iff first session,
expressed its cninrletn satisfaction ulth
the piosii'sa of nfl.ilt md while It t
iiiiiiouiu.mI that there wnuil be no pub
licity gUrn the piici at uhlt.li the vari
ous tpes of Imesttmtits chunk' it hands,
tho rule that prices .11 of Jul 30. when
the stock exchanges of the country wero
clllcinll closed, would form the basis for
ull trading. Is bylng strictly adhered to.
Of course, with unlisted securities,
there is a wider margin between the bid
and asked prices than thern Is In the
case of the llsttd bonds, and this fact the
committee ha-s taken into consideration in
Us approval of sales and purchases. In
the case of bonds for which a certain Ab
ut;, was bid Just beforn tho close of the
Exchange, if there is evidence that there
lias been no material interference with
their worth becajse of the war situation,
tin' trades are helm, officially endorsed on
the basis of the bid prlc-.
The bund housrs .iml the committee
have agreed iyii thcie hu!l b.- no price
cutting oj.-nny kind, iur wi.l any at
te?iUaiiVc cln to mere bond nwhnncn.
,Tho Idea Is to afford some relief to thu
jnarKet in a legitimate wav. and it is
Deueved that under the restrictions to
bo laid down by the committer a con
siderable business will be done in high
"3'e. Stock Exchange Committee con
.lust La dealings in listed stocks and
beginnl nas alieady approved th plan
Mlsslssig In tho unlisted securities
light b' bramlies of trt iiUfstment
'v part, horking In cnmpl-t harmonj
thisjjoen Indicutlon for a healthj
resumption of trading, which shall go a
long waj toward imparting to thn mar
ket a conservative feeling of confidence.
Kurope, of course, holds th kev to the
entlto situation Pmress of events
abroad governs conditions here IVith th"
reported successes of the allies coircs a
better sentiment and thr genera! opinion
seems to b that lvapropment from this
time on Is llkel til le quick an I drastic
Tin re Is talk In A-v ork toddy of re
opening the Cottl.n lXchange, and more
-tbn.l, win hi ol;e I ha- "-tu'ed tl' pre-uii-iiuii
tiut bV fntilnr !" the txchanges
nf tho countrv will Huln e In fu.I mine.
This, of course, is nil ,1 matter of gus
work No one can i-etell what I likely
to happen, hut ludmg f-om ront events
In thf flnanciul 'leM. lnllcatinns aio not
Jacking that th" gus is likly t be a
Then- nppeaied to h more wlimir thnn
buying "ill. - 'ti th l.nl -.tin k ma-k-:
toilui Vci . t tti-- !itT-: v a --hown.
and the public 1 1 1 1 shiv1- : , Imlini'lon
of doing Htijthtrc . , u r V.- o'her
to nny large extent. The following offer
ings were made- United State Steel Cor
poration, oCi, ex-dlvldemi; Union Trac
tion, to, nnd rnlted Gas Improvement,
approximately the same as the closing on
There Is little chance, It was lsnrned
here today from bankers, of Germany ex
pecting to obtain any money In tho United
States If tho proposed war loan of $250,
000,00) u placed.
Tho Kaiser, they assert, must look to
the bankers and financiers of his own
nation, for there Is a virtual bankers'
hojeott hero against loaning money to
Germany lie Is said to have t een
warned of this before the war began, hut
disregarded the warning. A banker who
has done much International business
said eery money market In tho orld Is
closed to Germany, Rnd It was for that
reason tho Emperor determined to mako
his dash on Paris that he might coltect
an enormous war Indemnity.
J. P. Morgan & Co. today engaged
JP.000.000 lii gold for shipment to Canada
The same firm will mak further ship
ments on Wednesday, but the exact
amount has not been definitely decided
upon Hownxer, it Is expected that
about $s.ftVN0 will be Rlilpped to Can
ada before the end of tho week by the
Morgans The shipments are to be
made In connection with the maturing
obligations of New York city In Europe
News from tendon was more cheering,
and there Is talk In the financial district
thut ther Is a possible reopening of the
stuck Exchango b tho midillo or next
tropth. rrenoh bankers hoar that tho
Hourse at llurde.inx the new French capi
tal. M hkel oon to be reopened.
Urnerallv speaking. the outlook In
brighter now than nt any time since the
stock exchanges closed.
WHEVP lteeelr.t. SS4 biiih ; market
sroiik nt primer ,v loner Cnr lots, In ex
port e!eator. No red spot and September,
t.07Tl 12; No, 8 re.!. Wentern, 1 1HJ1 10, No
2 Northern Duluth. M 21W1 2S
roiiN -ttocfli.ts. H.n2T buh , mntket .lull
an J Ue. loner, with mors liberal offerings
Cr lots for loos! trade. s to location No. 2
and prices 4c
4S bush . dftnmnil slow
loner No 2 white. MUtllw .
nhife Mffr.4it( . o .1 tvlitt Ki6f
VIXt'It. Iteeelpts. T.W libls , 1 OK.BAR lh
in ck Trmlc slow nnd prices lOii'.'V per
bbl lower. In ninijinthv nlth hent winter,
c.!er, 4 T.lfll, ifo , straight IVi?(l2,l do, pat
tnt, 1 40flC Kansas Ptraluht. Jute t k,
11.103,17.1, li patent Jute sacks. $1 s-.ian.
Mitlnjr, first clear w.i 21. ilo , straight. S23
SiJMt, do. patent. J fXif. do forlI
trandj, Kl J.lflr, 7.1, cltv mills, choice and
fane) patent i121i1i,'i, do, regular crades
IVInier, clear 4 7.1A5. do, straight. iittC.nn.
do ratent 1 SOffr, 1IVK FI.OUU dull atui
weik. We quote nearbj and Western at J5rt
. r t er bbl In wood
PltOVIMONS In fair Jobbing request and
ruj beef In sets smoked nnd alr-drled 31ig
31c , Western beef In seta, smoked filsi.tSr .
I cltj beef, knuckles and tenders, smoked nnd
1 atr-drlel, Tjff Mi . Western beer, knuckles nnd
ten lera, amoked 1!'3.14c . beef hams, 40341c
pork fnmlli. $3ttfl27 hams 3. I cured.
1 I we 1flMn7e do., sklnneil loose, lrt'Jftl7c :
I do . lo. smoke 1, tsiifniic other hams,
I emokel city cured, ns to brand and nerne.
1 ll'tf.stc hams smoked. Western cured. ltl!t
2'c do, boiled, boneless, ZlfKllc: picnic
shoulders. P P. cured, loose, ia4frt1c, do.
smoke 1 lMN.lHr ; bellies, In nlckle. ao
mrdlng to nernge. loose. lOStlsc , break
fsst bacon, as to brand and axernge, city
c ired 24M122- do, do. Western cured 2TKI
I 1Z lard. Western, refined tierces. tlt?t2c:
1 do do. do., tubs, ll,jiUt2c , lard, pure citj .
There has ben a constant decrease In
the numbr of idlo freight cars of the
lines of tho Pennsylvania Hailroad In the
Inst th-ee months, caused primarily by
t. e Ulster number of cars used for crop
inotnrf purposes. On June 1 the number
of idlo cars on the entire system, lines
east nnd west, was 79AV). while now tho
total la ul.t'CO, or a decrease of Approxi
mately Zh per cent.
Application for a charter for n new
state bank, to be located somewhere In
the northern part of this city, the site not '
having been definitely determined, has
ben fUd In Harrlsburg. The Incorpora- 1
t'-irs are A. M Nlaslev, Joseph T lladen
and illlam Heindel. John P Connlh Is
counsel The capita! stock will be JW,!.").
The banks gilned from the Sub
treasury on Saturday, fJ3t,'', since last
Pr'day tl tfil.f")
Ther ? a report in the street thxt the
directors of the Central Coal and Coke
Compani, it tnelr meeting tomorrow, will
pass the quarterly dividend of llj per
cent, on the common stock, duo at this
tlin. It is understood that the regvlar
quarterly dividend of Jl 25 per share on
the preferred stock will be declared.
Electrolytic copper sold In tendon to
day for 124 cents pe: pound.
Net earnings of the Tonopah Belmont ,
Envelopment Company In August crs
JlJS.Ml, compnred with $l(Bu) In July. I
Jim Butler Tonopah Mining Company
August nt earniiws wero lai.'J. In July
they were r00. !
An additional M10.SCO emergency cur
rency to Philadelphia banks was lssu'd
by tht bubtrcasury toda.
Herbert A Pcheffl. a partner of J. S
Bache ,t Co., of New York, died on Sat
urday Conditions resulting from the Europ'an
war are Riven as th cause for the action
of the directors of the Augusta-Alkon
Railway and Electric Corporation In sus
pending paments of dividends on th
compam-'s p-fferred stock, which lue
ben paid ''irtofore and are cumulate h
at the rat' ,' pir o-nt annualh Ai
otlklal "titeT"t Issued by the compam
na9 ti at !' 'ret ts will remain sus-lende-'
r t'l "inn ml and general I is;.
ness c Uo s . 1 pr e
Irand Trunk svstem, first week lnPcp
tember, total cross, jl,f'0,113. decrease,
$11116, from July 1, gross, J10.655.ST0, de
crease, JO TM.
Chicago and Alton, last week In August,
gross, Si07P7: decrease, S7IG.il: from July
1. gross. .'.5?4,fi41; decrease, tr3,.1S4.
New York, New Hnven nnd Hartford,
Julv op-ratlng revenue, V.7R5.G.13: decrease,
S,.!0:: net income, W57.C32, Increase, $7C
Wl Ulo firande pAuthcrn, first week It Sep
tember, gn ss. $insW, decrease. Jll"s, from
Tulv 1. gross. VC6 370, decrea-e. JIS.OC;.
Toldo Peoria and Western August
gross $117 221: decrease, $S30. net, $2S,211;
increase. 4S2: deflclt. J10.DOJ
Texas and Pacific, Julv gross, $1,473,202:
Increase, !$S,4$3; net, S323,2?J; Increase,
Central New England, July operating
revenue. 276.9?im net deficit, 324,573.
New York. Ontnrlo and Western, July
operating revenue, f99S,61, decrease,
115 736, net, 1236 666; recrense, J2S4.
Missouri, Kansas and Texas first week
of September, gross, $.".71.70) decrease,
$17,315, fiscal year, $.1,973,6, decrease, $226.-Ml.
Louisville and Nashville, first week Pep
tember gross, $1 070.000: decrease, $117 775
from July 1, $10,fi7S.2CiS; decrease. !6'jO,7S4
Toronto Railway Company, quarterly
I per cent . p.oable October 1 to stock of
t'cord September 15.
Cincinnati and Suburban Bell Telephone
Companj, regular quarterly, 2Vj per cent,
on capital stock, pavab'.e October 2 to
stock of reiord September 22.
Goodvear Tire and Rubber Compiny,
regular ijutrterlv, 134 per cent on in--lerrcd
stock, piyablc October 1 to stock
of record September 19.
Julius Ka sr Company, regular quar-te-ly,
14 per cent, on first and "ciind
preferred, payable November 1, l't per
cent on 1 unimon, payable October 1
Philadelphia Traction Compan, regu
lar seml-attnuil. 2 tier cent. paablc
October 1 to stock of record September
Brazilian Traction Light nnd Power
Compam . regular quarterly. U per cent,
on preferred stock paab!e October 1 to
stock of record September 24
West India Electric Companv, recular
quarterly, P, per cent on common, paj
able October 1
Grand Trunk Railway regular seml-an-unl
4 pur cent on guaranteed stock, pay
able October '
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I HARPER & TURNER
1001.1012 STOCK CXCHANOE BUILDING
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RESERVES OF BANKS LARGER
Weekly Statement Shows Increase of '
806,000 Loans Expand. j
Tl is weeks statement of condition of I
the fiemberh of the Philadelphia Clearing
H"Us- Association shows that the tm in
ber' strengthened their resene position
JSOnfti) during the wiek While loans ml- ,
arced $1 J32.0O. Individual deposits fell I
off Jib?!'!" Deposits of banks increased
$1 ! OM
pt 14, 14 prec o-pt If., "11
. ml $17 43.1 I mi
Jtoi .(. $i :
Iec'r'i Jli" fiH (k liiun
r;j'a-' 1 14 os4.oi.v- jtr,i ro,i
Pi- fr bus 4S(til1- l-tf.m
,pi"i :.'4WfMi- ifot'i
rx .earn 10 4S-timV- 2 444ni
It. sre '5 57.if) 00(.)
Re- re j . .
fejr, Js ...
s irplus vf i t-rntr IS lfill mji
-P Tit-.r :l 1010 fll,4r5,7SO S-.
J 4J9 "O
-Ir. ra." De. reFe
JM 'U4 1
M t.ll HO
CANADIAN MILL RESUMES
After Eifrht Months' Partial Opera
tion. Textile Plant Goes on Full Time,
T 'l." Pi Can . Sept. 14 -1h- Dominion
letti. . ,pany has rsunnd till woik
.nrf t -.e ,1 lis ten mill!. Tor . 1 t
in .. trs, me 7m) emplojeg had been work
i! e Jit n uv iug3 of "0 per nut .1 . '
Jt is am 0 meed in Chicago that the
' 'mnv.nweaiUi-Rdlson Companv has 1.0 1
.if mor- than 500 employes in var'ous m-Purfnents
BUTTER AND EGG MARKET
I new VOriK .Vpt 14. niTTnn trnre
I reiitn vrii SJ to :iiV,c. . cream flrstii, '.-fci,
11 ,e s-te ilalr t'4h, S3 to 3o.
E'e.s 'rrr ilar Nearby whiles anl fn les,
' n 40 r-a-,y hrnun fane, 3Jr extrui.
' ' 1 r'i, Q o C
FRENCH BOURSE TO OPEN
A '-is agency dispatch fmm I. mil m
sa. " it at the, request ut Mli,Mtr '.f
I 'rat e Itibot. brokers assoilateij at
! ,uie.x hao decldi-a to reopen tho
H arse t1 ere
BALTIMORE GRAIN QUOTATIONS
come to those who have cap
ital. Start an account in our
and be ready to take advan
tage of speci'al offerings that
may come in the nc.t few
3 per cent, Interest paid
Two weeks' notice to draw,
nu.r.ui.itE, bpt. J4-
W HEA r
Chestnut St. at Second
CHICAGO LIVI3 STOCK
HI A'.' ppt ll-IIOiij! Ite.eli.' -,.,.
'A ' 1w luuer rnlil ant 1 ji hr.
J4"iaV) K o'l he J'.Wi9."" roaKri
'J..41' I't'q',l Uht ! TVnn ."i i.M.ssVs
SS ' u'k JS '"f"i ls ' ATTI.1-- rt.rti,,,,
.1 mo tnarkrn 10 luer hemes IT 404711
w an-1 i.,.i'.r, )fiiiTS it rker ni, I ' Ia".
er !4fiiib.' Txanii JI U'fis , ralei
;DM3J ', -KP !teelt .umiiO mar
rete tir.nr rilis and Uittrn i.fl'M
KK'V y HK Sept H -foil nsfe.l oil open
Inn -i!mter S MMsft W (.! hr jl '
V5 2 N itmr HlXltt1 lJe-.-nlr n ;f
f?i Jinr Sit'CieiiiiT February Ji m
SaiS Mirrh lOVWjiJ.i'i) April. 8 SS4Ji. V,
Oil. UTV. Ti. Sept J2 . Credit talanees
K U I I.AItK & t o itjuk r.
Ofllre of TIIK (OI.IMIUS ltt.llr
. I'OttKK 1 11.11 1 (d
I'Kferreil sjok -,rir A llitldeml Nil 3
'i jml.uj Ohio ftijplni.lcr 10 1914
The Iloar 1 ,1 lilrerior. of Thu loluml.i
rtallw,. Power & I Ichi C-i , d..r.i iht
rtxuUr quarterly dlUJend of line ami onr
lialf per cent. (IWfil upon ihe Preferred
t.K Sertta A of th Coiup4n. puyable
Oitober lat. 1911. to atockhoMtra of recor.l
at Ih cloae ! Ijualneia September ISth. 1SH
C'hecki wlU b mailed
f V HI'ltlSi-.TON Secretary
INMtl. JIKKTINtiS "
lv- THE Ht HOCK II I 4.NSN
-" The i'lh Annua Mrciirc t.f he aio k
r - a wi n h)d TueaJay Kir trut 13.
at 8 o'clock, at tS Ar b for th? e tl' n
(C ' tr and Dlr-t9ri aj to rf-ele the
an- al report A rw aeries of ei-k itiji l
lnuti Ko entrance fa
10UH Ju B.NSDIin. Eecittiry,
kettle rcmlerel, In tierce. ll12e.j do.,
pure clt, kettle rendered, In tubs, ll40ti:c.
tlL'TTER. Dfmand absorbed Hie rerelpln of
of dee.lre.ble (roodi nnd prices rtiicd firm,
western, fresh, solid-packed erentnery, fancy
Apeclftls. .14c , exceptional Iota higher, eitrn.
ajiSJ.TJiic , exirn first', 31c j firsts. 2'itjcc
IMjC; seconds, 2" i..Ct2Si5c India picked,
SI ik 2.1c, nn tci finality, neirbj prints, fnnc.i,
1"'C. , do crace extra. ,1lKl34c. , do. flrtss,
i!0cn2c , do seconds, iiiisne Special fancy
brnnds of prints Jobblns at 304lc
KtUtS. rirni, with Rood demand and Im
mediate rcielpts. In free cases, tieirbv ex
trns. 11c per dor j nearby rirsts, 1 4(1 per
standard case, nearby current receipt. $7 fiHfe
i.-0 per standard casei Western extra finds,
,X8 40 per case, do, firsts, (',', T.OMT.SO rer
case; do. seconds, JO OO&ttl.OO per cne.
Cnndleil nnd recrated fresh eitirs were Jobbed
out nl R.Md.lTr per doz., as to quality.
CIMI3SB dull .nd flcak, nlth moderate, but
ample offering" Xen York, full cream, chole,
lHVic, fair to eooi, liHtlCc, part skimp,
TitVK IMI I.THY -Offcrlnits fairly llbd-al
nnd (he market tnrely steady.
Ton Is, ili.'Ue 1 il 1 "c . do, poor nnd thin.
lHfilHij,- , old roosters, lK(12c , .rln!i hlrk
ens, line lare, l,Vlsc, do, medium sl2rs, 15
JiiC, ducks, o.d. 111114c, do., spring, lljl'c
Pigeons, per pilr, lMflc.
UlltSSl'P Pol I.TitY-rouls nf fine ounllti,
scarce an 1 141 higher llrolllng 1 lib kens In
falrl) 1Ujii.i1 suppl nnd quint
rrech-kllled fol. Western, per lb. t electe 1
heav, 'ti,c extra, 20',c. aernge receipts
41141., its. ncr.tge ivwinc . do. smaller
sizes, W-filiP.,. old roosters drv plckr 1
1?'W.. brclllm! ihlckers, rearbi welnhlni; I'j
02 lbs. nplnc. lupllic 1 do, fan to good 111,;
1'c : chicken Westirn, .lUfl 1 lb and mcr
nplece. I In do. do, 2130.1 lbs apie e livy
lie. IrolliiiL- 1 hi kun Western ikIiIiik
l'iii2 lbs IT lis 1I1, filr to good I'.lflUr
scjual s. j cr do white weighing llftl-' lbs
lor dor ,44 411 white, weighing ufiio lbs
ler doz Jllmiso wlilte. weighing 8 lbs
per doz .' .".Hn.' 10 do, do ' ps rei doz
Ji2 2. do 1o II 10 i, lbs . pr .107 , ?1 50a
1.75, dark 1111J Vo 2 toe fijl 10
Olt RUN' Fltl'IT'f rnnc apples In good re
quest and Arm other fruits sold falrli an 1
Atirlcs, rer hi 1 -Virginia Clraensteln, tllush
2. .n2r.".mcr """n" -niii, otner nrietlcs
Jl ..nfl.'-o arris t'eli are. ier banirer, 40if
5i : lemons 1 er I ox Wit I plnenpnii 9 ptr
crate Porto Kl Jlii2r.n l'lorld 1 Iii2i,
Sr,.nf:rirl"' ' 'l ''"1 I5arl lilmk per bid
Jl .nn:.. cram rrle I'ape I'od JJarli Ilia 1.
per .rnte fl 7' i.' ranberrles ,lerci er
rut. I.irk I7-iJ'."i light tlirl i, huckle
i'jrries )cr tt 4i 1 1j kberrles pei ot .
To- icachen lrglnM per 2fi.h bask, t Sin
f"C do do 1 er rite ,,'c oi( fin. do , Uel 1
are and Mnnland per lia-ket. i".f?75c., do
do., per crate T'.c.flSl 2.'. peaches, .terci,'
while ler ".-basket 4c(Plj do. do, ellow ,
lei .-batket. in- ttjl . ear. nearby, per hhl I
...,. .-11, l... t ( n,t,,,; UO , i0 i:, J.T07r ( L,,'
C-Iatp raorlte. No. 1. JT fiOffS do.. So 2
JJi1n 25 other varieties, J2fft, enrcs
Southern rtelsnares per cirrler. 475c!
grres, Concord, per crate. 40tfoOc. ; plum,
per 8-lb. basket, 4rt!t25a.! cnttoupes,
Colorado, per crate. $101. W; do., no,. nt,
4W(70c.i do., Maryland, per crate, inawe.1
watermelons. Southern, per car, I50SJ1W); uo.,
Jersey, per 100, fS'JKi,
V170IJUMLr:S -Polntoes In moderate sup
ply nnd firm, with demand fairly Acthc. Other
tgetables gcncrill stendy
White, intotnes per bushel TennsjUnnla
choice, O.'i'dl r . tfo fair to good. (WMrtlc,
Wnlio tiotntoe", .Toraey, per bskt , oarifle,
Kneet potatoes tlistern Snore, per bbl. No.
1, II 7."1?2..t' No .', 75CRX1, Sweet potatoes.
North t'arollm. per bbl -No. ' J1.7.MI2: No,
2. 71c H'l. eets, .lersev, per bbl No. I,
JJftWI. No 2, JloOfflTiS. Sweets, Jerey,
per li'lit "iimi- onions. Western nnd Con
neiticut allei choice er 100-11) bag
Jl 2. Onions lonnnon, per 100-lb. bag,, ffio.
t'elerv, Vnv ork 1 r imn h 1 Jif 10c. Mush
rooms, per l-lb bskt, SOcJIJltO.
THE HAMILTON ,
One unfurnished apartment.
4th floor, west side.
0 rooms and b.itli
Option on rental of parage.
Apph to Janitor
Spruce and Twelfth Sts.
An Apartment lintel xrlth ihe
lirlini'?- f n home.
I.lclit, cheerful Anartmont-, with
m ivato liatli.
rnriilslieil or t'lifiirnlslicil
l.orntpcl nenr contip of city; con
venient to HuMness tJoctltm, Tlio.i
tros, Itnilua HtatioiiH anil the Shop
r!to or phone for pnrtlcu-
wS - 4e?3.BStr $ssaar jsbo F,V,
II .. '? T!,8! fm ,r!
?i jr j ,? ol"".
'wr Sf irr 1-71
13th Street Below Spruce
An Apartment House With Hotel Service
FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED
Suites arranged according to your requirements from two rooms
and bath to seven rooms and three baths.
Conveniently located within walking distance to the shopping,
theatre and business centres, yet sufficiently separated from the busi
ness districts to have the characteristic privacy of a residence.
J. H. HAWKINS, Manager.
Vrl&V tin' CVHiv
SiSi5iiLl'' " L1 W''k
iTT-JTi-ii Araa kii rT7Sf-i3!2.
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H. J. JOHNSON, 30G Dailey BuHdin?.
1327 Spruce St.
1327 Spruce St.
Apply on Premises
Northeast Corner Broad and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia.
Suites Facing Broad Street Southwestern Exposure
Permanent or Transient Terms
Beautiful Roof Garden for Guests Banquet Hall
and Parlors for Dinners, Receptions, Dance, etc.
ARTHUR F. HEEB. Manager.
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Atraclive Roof Garden
OVERLOOKING BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN SCENERY
PUBLIC DINING ROOM
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can M f afel i c Ifur rcr a sau t m I 9 fur 1 1 u u, 1. .k-m-iu every tlay
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714 COMMERCIAL TRUST BUILDING
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190G-8-10 Sansom Street
(Extending Back to Moravian
IToiisekeepiiiK Suites with all
modern conveniences for house
keeping, includiiiK abundant
-upply of hot water.
Apartments eiiipped with
cas .mil electric light (private
Excellent caterer in building
Arrangements can be made
for care of apartment-..
Meals served in dining room
ir in apartments.
I'.lctatur runs all night
Rentals, $500 to $800 per year
Whiteside & McLanahan
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