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IS, FREED FROM
GE PERIL, AWAITS
litary Governor Tells War
linister Capital Is No
longer in x " "
. WIILIAM PHILIP SIMMS
TAHIS, Sept 14.
L..iit.r declaring that nil danger
rlogo Is now past, Oencrat Onlllcnl,
... - f Pal-in. today notl
fcry uvr.u. - --;-. .;.., the
i can be returned hero at any time.
.ni.i.i rfocrpe retranoiemiiH "
1.5' fnr m tho very near future. .
Ranwhllc General dalllcnl Is senuinir
majority oi ... ----- the
yVEyiKq LEDGERPHIL'ADEEPHIX MONDAY, SEPTEMBER It, 10X2.
IPai-Ii WO.WO men, iu "''""" ""--ln?i.
forcci now flghtlnir desperately
r"."V... 11.. nnt-mntin onCK across mu
r . .. f....iirti. Tliev
tern . """"'.. :.:.- h10 .h-h nnd
'1 I1C.V lit- u,... ------
arc no longer
"jou.ly announced them to lie. It wrnt
.renersettc attack and complete die-
sl of the troopjuBcu uy V.-.V.... . ....
Vila movement to the
W of & that enabled the Brit.
Trench forces to attack tho main
.n rlnht wine, thus bringing on the
II. of tho aiarnc, without noing ex.
. to nn overwhelming assault on
tat'm doubt that the Knlser's
.'.. i.. 1,1-nUi.ii. I have returned today
"" - .ioto liiflimctlon of the front
sd;BiJie neighborhood of Menus. Chateau
butlttrry and Solssons, ami from close In-
..,..:.. .i .n-mlnv nf the ofllclal re-
"HliWP" "'" i. fi.iinhlnff tho entire
IS "no of It, neatest surprises by tho
tat to wnicn mo iiiuivmuui U.........W
i., trnnn has triumphed over the
Lan Intensh'e organization.
ALL-DAY AUTILt-EnY DUEL,
hen I reached Solssons an artillery
Tho opposln? bat-
I was In progress,
s were well concealed behind the hills
it nettle around the town. The Kicnch
fflery was posted on tho heights south
tho town. Tlie uermnns were inoro
n a mile awny, their guns masked in
mm of woodland. The German guns
ernated a rain of concussion shells on
(French artllcry ana Mirnpnci nn inc
.nch Infantry aligned under the eup-
Iri 'of their guns,
-is dud started at sunrise on Sunday
oraiil continued throughout tho day. To-
rd nightfall. Hon over, the tiermau
became weakened and the French
lien- experts explained that the Gcr-
p guns were being withdrawn, having
n used merely to cover tho general
one period of the artillery duel, I
id 82 bursting shrapnel shells during a
ile minute, Indicating the tlerccncss of
c'German lire. Several of tho houses
Solssons pioper weie set on tire by
nUns shells but there were very few
alltles among tho inhabitants owing
the fact that the German tiro on the
was mostly shrapnel. The In
bltants had taken rcfugo In the cellars
d were out of harm's way. To this
atributable the fact that thore were no
he French gun crews weie absolutely
affected by the fire, and the Infantry,
urns me oraere to go rorwanl, weie
y cheerful. The Turcos (tho French
rerian troops) were hard to ken In
iks They have an utter disregard of
Rr and when the orders flnnllv mi
charge drove forward recklessly, their
Jhter rising over the sound of iniiK-
cy. incir one nnibtlnn wi-m, in i,.
desire to outsstiip the Trench regulars
FREXCII i:SPIT ADMIRABLE.
9 French army organization la mar-
ilously compact nml elllclcnt. Tho cav-
Infantr, artillery and supply trains
Tic coolly, In close formation, without
h;tch or without trace of excltm.nK
-e adltlonal exeltnhip !. ,-r,,.,
pi was nowhere In evidence, so far
J could see. The nflWra t-... n..
fiternlilns with their men, overseeing
eir Jd andTieeDlnir hnir -i...n,....i.i..
' TI.I- '." ." ."".. IIUII
vst. ., '"? ""3 '" marKed con-
: tllc brutal methods or the
jiniccrs. which have been reported
Mfpartsof the lighting line.
..nch commissary is simply won-
? '?, ma"talnecl very close to
ota single mommi u i. i- ... ..
i supplies and ammunm.,.. o" ." .V"?
cnveri of tim Kiinnii- . .
lr cigarette., read newspapers and
while awaiting orders to move for-
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BERLIN IN GLOOM AS
PARIS REJOICES OVER
RETREAT OF TEUTONS
Ban On Official News
Causes Anxiely Through
out Germany French
Sing General Pau's Praises.
GERMAN PRISONERS IN A WIRE PRISON
l.fni nK!td. P. a
-w . a-mors, some ot tnem from the Heligoland sea fight, arc prisoners behind wire entanglements and every eveninE they pray and
nattonal anthem. The picture is that of prisoners at Frith Hill. The wires are charged with electricity. ' "
sing the German
DISLOCATES ARM AT
WILL FOR DAMAGES,
TRANSIT AGENT SAYS
Alleged Swindler Is Indicted
for Perjury and Obtaining
Money Under False Pretences.
ha French at Snioon,.- i... .......
crlSced the comfor s rnd" H."ln, r
m;i Cr?ss "realization i order
th,mi,., 7 "CUI operations
'11 m'jUIailfi.S nnil mm.. n
far In the ,w. ", .h- ..rf?
take baek In sucl, vehleie, as cou Id
'" into sprvlrn. Tk r-
"K the line of onttln hum h,.
,V,k 2.LJU",de" t0 " niercles of
a .h Th" Pench doctora who ar.
&t the front from i...i- " .
htaUr """?.! 5!leiIyero..
rlle. r.M. ...""' ""ouramutlo or-
lint, of " nu thcro trom tt
line w. 1' eo,nrias!1- Instead, tvery
I'nsT was moved uin, i. '.. '
tr. th. new teie:i "rr "?":
.." llrilffl In touch nth r.v.- -.i
.tha French cmm T. " ' ."u'"
in ik. .,, . "o. nuae con-
OEItMANS NOT Yt-n n
WHS" 'he , " ;r' ,.
JTZl '"" t the
,rs, but h, 7Z1.. u B rruehlng re-
&: Sr ,s 'r
' -, Will nf0KRlnfV,
tUhonin,",e (Serman -ray.
, 18.u?"'c"s lth whom I
Ability to dislocate his right arm at
will h.iB brought several hundred dol
lars to Frank J. Martcr, of Sherman
dale, Pa... but efforts to work the nick
for damage claims in this city were
futile, and this nfternoon ho was In
dicted by the grand Jury on charges of
perjury and attempting to obtain money
under false pretences.
Tho man, nccordlng to F. ir. Oasklll,
special agent of tho npld Transit Com
pany, is one of the best "accident
fakers" In the country. His airest was
due to an Investigation made by Cios
kill during the last two weeks.
Shortly after his arrival In this city last
month. Marter went tj the subway station
at Fifth street, threw hlnif-elf to the plut
form and declared that his right arm had
been broken In falling from a car, said
Gasklll. The following day he presented
a claim to tho company for 41000. Tho
company Ignored his claim, and about a
week ago Marter said that lie would
cept J1O0O. This was also refused, nn.l M,
man finally said he would bo initialled If
the company would give him $2 a week
for his room.
lie finally confessed, according to Oas
klll, and pleaded for lm-n-y becnuse ho
has a wife and three children. His case
will come up for tiliil Wednesday.
A a result of Inquiries mnde In Now
York city, Gasklll found that Martcr in
jured his arm when lie was li) jeais old.
and it Is said thut he has mulcted railway
corporations and other large concerns by
using the old Injury for damage claims.
The prisoner left Now York last May.
ii i sum, unri canceling ymo from un
Indemnity Insurance company for a claim
against Fox's Fourteenths fitreot The
atre. Marter claimed that he was in
jured there by sitting on :i broken chair.
Plicrtly after tins the man clnlmed to
have been Injured while working on a
building in New York. He was ciuptojed
as a steeplejack and snld ho was Injured
by a bolt falling on him. Again tim In
jured arm was used. A month Inter, ac
cording to Oasklll, Marter collected '?3u0
from the concrete, Kteei, .Mason and Pon
Miui'tlon Company, fur whom ho worked
on the New York subway. In this case
he said ho was Injured by a plank falling
Liter, It Is raid, he threw himself from
r platform nt tho subway station at
Fourteenth street. Uu gnw his name as
Frank Haker or the Central Hotel, It Is
said, nurt claimed that his right elbow
luid been dislocated The railway eotn
puny settled with him for J225. He after
wards worked for n contractor In Long
Island: his ami was ngaln Injured ami he
c dlected W73 from the Aetna Insurance
STRAUS AT 0YSTr;R BAY
DENIES PEACE MISSION
Visit to Colonel Roosevelt Merely
Social, He Says.
OY.STKR HAY, Sept. ll.-Oscar Stiaus,
who has been nctlvo for the past few days
for pcuco by mediation, called at Oyster
Hay with Mrs. Straus, nnd had luncheon
with Colonel nnd My. Roosevelt.
While Mr. Straus Insisted that his visit
was entirely social, the fact that he called
upon tho Colonel In the thick of Mr.
Straus' activities for peace, caused comment.
"My vllt to Sagamore Hill Is simply
and purely n social one. Mr. Straus and
myself aro old friends of Colonel and
Mrs. Itcot-evelt," said Mr. Straus.
Asked If the call did not have some
relations with Mr. Straus' appaient efforts
within tho past few days, and was made
In an effort to enlist tho former President
In the cause of peace mediation, he re
plied: "Absolutely not. I am not here for that
Mr Straus when nsked If, irrespective of
ills visit. It could be assumed ho was try
ing to got Mr. Itooscvclt to enter the peace
movement, ho Insisted It was not fair to
mako ntiy Mich Inference. He simply re
fused to discuss It.
Colonel Itooscvclt also refused to dis
cuss the Straus visit.
Tho Kaiser has at various tlme.s shown
his friendship for Colonel Hoosevelt by
sending him letters, autographed books
BRITISH AVIATION CORPS
USED FOR SCOUT DUTY
But General French Narrates One In
stance of Deadly Bomb Dropping'.
LONDON. Sept. H.-Oeneral French in
reporting to tho War Olllce todav ex.
plained thnt ho hail not been unlng the
iiiltl.-dt aviation coips as a general propo
sition for bomb diopplng, the members
being needed chlelly for the collection of
He reported one night laid on a Ger
man bivouac, however, which was suc
cessful. An aviator dropped a petrol
bomb which struck nn ammunition wagon
that exploded killing fifteen.
TROLLEY CAR STRAYS
FROM STRAIGHT PATH
Couldn't Run It and Talk at Same
Time, Says Crew.
A trolley car ran backward on Spruco
street from 31th to the great surprise of
tho residents of that street this morn
ing. The car was loaded with passengers
and they appealed indignant. The mo
torman ard conductor explained that
they couldn't run tho car and talk at
tho same time, so the riders had to
grit their teetii and wait. Tho car that
back slldcd was a Subway. Angora
This Is how It happened. The car is
supposed to turn from Spruce street to
AVoodland avenue at 37th. But this
nioinlng the car kept on at normal
.peed to 34th street.
Passengers who had heen ririiuc . ,i.t-
line for months worn somewhat aston
ished therefore when they were greefd
with a change of scenery. Houston Hall
and other nice buildings pased before
them nnd then some persons asked the
lumiucior wneie tney were going. He
Informed them that the car was on tho
wn to the Market street subway. Some
one Informed him that it would be a dif
ficult f-nt of navigation to leach thero
7 L- 'o me car was taking. Then
tho conductor stopped the car and held
a conference with the motorman. He
was also somewhat puzzled.
Meanwhile there was a deluge of sug
gestions and opinions. It wns finally
decided to run the car back to Thirty
seventh street in order not to meet other
cars from tho opposite direction.
After reaching there the car finally
managed to find tho subway by way of
woodland avenue and Market street.
DOCTOR THOMSON TO BUILD
Plans for Haverford Home Now in
One of the most pretentious homes In
tho vicinity of Philadelphia will be erect
ed at Uuvorford. Pa., by Dr. Archibald
O. Thomson who man led Mrs Thomas
H. Wanamaker about four jrais ago.
Tho plans and spcclficatJo'iis an now
In the offices of several Philadelphia
builders and bids for Its election will bo
received until September a. The house
wil bo constructed of briek and stucco,
three stories In height and will measure
fii x 115 feet, with a kiMmn wing or
17 x ST feet. The first floor will contain
a largf tapestry room & x 27 feet, a din
ing rojm 2', x 37 feet, a large living room,
outran?" hall, library, news loom, break
fast room and several rooms in tho
The second floor will contain ten bed
rooms nnd seven baths In the main body
or the house and four rjoms and two
baths In the servants' wing. The third
uour win nave eleven servants' looms
and two baths, and three bachelor rooms
will baths. Ccd-ir room, a valet's :oom,
maid's room, clothes press and closets
aio also well arranged en this floor.
The house will be complete nnd luxu
ilous. nnd when completed wil be one of
tho show-places in the vicinity of Phila
delphia. Tho house was designed lij H.
Urooks Price, nrunltcct. of Now York
city, and will cost about Jioo.uno.
LONDON, Sept. II.
The Dally News Ttotterdam correspon
dent telegraphs: "I learn Berlin Is be
coming very anxious nbout happenings on
tho Western frontier. News now Is not
published so freely by the Government,
and nlthougli outwardly there Is as calm
a feeling an cX'er, great anxiety exists
i among tho general public.
1 "This suddn restriction of public news
J when tho public knows thnt a decisive
battle has been fought both In the Kast
and In the Wt Is causing suspicion.
fong lists of olllcers killed appear to tho
pnpers nightly und In some cases Well-
known families hnvo been wiped out."
GENEVA fby way of Paris), Sept. 1L
News of tho German retrent, desplto
every precaution, lias passed through
Switzerland to the noith and has caucod I
profound depression In Germany, after so
many announced vlutoiica.
According to auvi-es received her, po- ,
p!o have githerd In tho streets In var-
.as German towns, shouting: "Tell u
the truthi Give 03 tho news'"
The newspaper ofllces at Munich have
ban closed, ai disorders nm feared.
It Is also repotted that the news ot
tho steady retirement of the Germans In
Franco hns trickled Into Berlin and bo
numbed the people.
Along the Hwiss-Gcrman frontier tho
full oxtent of the German retreat Is
known. People nre crying: "If the French
have beaten us, what will tho Itusslans
LONDON, Sept. 14.
Dispatches from Paris and Bordeaux
to tho London newspapers describe scenes
of enthusiasm, mingled with the thank
fulness of the populace, at the news of
the German retreat.
The stnots. the dispatches say, are full
of people, nil too overjoyed to express
emotion by noise or singing, but men
are seen embracing eaeli other with
fevror, while women give vent to their
feelings by crying quietly.
Everybody is amazed at th" unexpected
change In the tide of war and the fullest
credit is given General Pau, w ho Is re
garded as having, by prompt and decided
strategy, changed the face of the cam
paign. Everybody is asking what the Germans
will do: whethey they will be able to
reform their forces nnd make a stnnd,
and what will become of the Crown
Prince'" army, tangled up in the wooded
It is understood that the factor which
brought about the changes in the fortune
of war was tho new army which General
Pau formed quickly and quietly nt Ver
sailles, composed of some of the best
troops from the eastern frontier and a
fine body of cavalry. This army marched
through Patis northward and then turned
northeast. Its effect was felt at once.
IN EAST PRUSSIAN CAMPAIGN
Russians Admit Retreat Koenlgs
berg Now Secure Against Capture.
PETROartAD. Sept. 14.
Instead ot? Russian troops capturing
Koenlgsberir, the German stronghold on
tho Baltic In East Prussia, they have
been forced to retreat. This wns admit
ted today In tho following official en-,
Generalissimo Grand Duke Nicholas
communicates tho following:
Our rapid movement In East Prus
sia, has been retarded owing to the
necessity of giving our main atten
tion to tho fighting In Gallcla. Con
sequently tho army of General Iten
honkampf has suspended Its march on
Gerdan (39 miles southeast of Koe
filgsberg) and Labia (26 miles north
east of Koenlgsbcrg). On Scpbynber
7 the German troops began a general
offensive against this army and .
spreading movement In the direction
of their southern frontier.
It was dlfllcult to entlmate the
number of German troops engaged
owing to the dlllllcult nature of the
country, but a deep ovcrflowlnr
movement against the left wing of
General Itcnnenknmpf was revealed,
on September 10. Wo weie forced to
retreat on the following day In order
to hinder tho enemy's offensive oper
ations, which soon showed tho Ger
mans to have a greatly superior
loice. righting continues along tht
News from Berlin confirms tho rctroal
or mo missian army about Kofnlgsber?;
fifllrms the previous announcement thatth
Germans lind taken the offensive nil ntong
tho lino In East Prussia. Kocnlgsberg It
now safe from attack for wome time,
G.-n"iai Von Hlndenhurg reporting th
tho Russians hnve retreated in haste,
abandoning guns and supplies.
General flennenkampf (In Eaat Prussia,
south of KoonlKsbergi, however, in re
ported as continuing an nttempt to halt
the German advance to the East through
tho Mnuor See region, until ho can bn
HYNSON DECLINES TO RUN
WILMINGTON. Del., Sept. I4.-Georg
B. Hynson, Progressive candidate, for
Governor In the last election and looked
upon as the eandldate for Congress, to
day made a statement that he would not
h" a. candidate Hflrt favors Louis A.
Drexler, of Sussex Countv, who was tha
candidate in the last election.
APPROVES $1,000,000 FUND
FOR TRADE EXTENSION
WOMEN'S CLUB CONVENTION
VERDUN FORT REPORTED
TAKEN BY CROWN PRINCE
. . . - uuibp n.111 ... i.
-fsaniwtlqi. of th. ., ' '"uato a
111 many of h. "" uerman
We behind h.n"eI'l, thla m
.... Mtiman frontier,
ENGLISH RELIEF FUND
P6h H" Here to Aid W.
-' "'"'h- oeutl. h..v
l"'or th "kw and ii. We "ntrlou.
?" and ,h"a j lef Pt tho widows.
Vokliera o: r, "'""dents on Cng-
,. -- ur EAiinp-. i.i. .
w war Th. .'" 'iica or wounileil
In th.if" a"v" "t thene
Eu., tnet m thr .h ,". Luv" ".'
!' "i ronnulat.i :""" -unsuiat.j to
kout of ,h2 pur'noi"? J0' e cam
l..b known ,'. loseat the cominii.ee
Young Cyclist Injured
Isidore Soffrunsky, U years old, of 2124
South Ninth stroet. while riding a
blccle, crashed Into the iear of a noitli-
bound trolley car at Ninth street and
Suder avenue today, and was hurled to
the ground. He bus concussion of the
Man Drowned in Darby Creek
Hennan O. Triebe. 47 enrs old, of this I
Uty. was drowned when he fell from a
slip In tho front of his bo.ithou.-o on Dar
by Creek, near Prospect Park. Friends
attempted to save the Hum but lulled Ac
cording to membcrb of tho colony around
ilia bnathousc, Triebn was murried, had
two ihlldren, and was employed as a
machinist In the Baldwin Locomotive
Works. Ills family cannot bo found
Seizure Indicates Attempt to Open
New Line of Communication.
BERLIN. Sept. 14 via Rome.
It Is stated illiolllcially hera that the
army of the German Crown Prince,
which was previously reported as having
surroiinueu vermin, nas captured one of
tho fortified positions southwest of that
city, und that tho heavy siege artillery
has been brought up to attack the other
forts on tho southerly sldo of tho fort
ress. (The Crown Prince, during the last few
days, was reported as having led tho
Gut man forces which repulsed the, Rus-
fcinns in uast Prussia. Later he was re
This later dispatch Is taken to Indicate
an attempt to break down the French
salient nt Verdun and to establish a lino
of communication direct from the Ger
man centre between Chalons and Trla
court 'o MeU and Dledenhofeu.
Committee Named to Select
Place of Meeting.
ATLANTIC CITT. Sept. lf.-Pliteen
members of the Board of Directors, headed
uy .urs. t-ercy v. i'ennypacker, of Austin
Tex., nre here to select the place for hold
ing tho next biennial convention of tha
National Federation of Women's Clubs
Atlantic City and New York are said
to bo the leading candidates.
Tho complainants aro Mrs. Helen Har
ney, a 17-yenr-oId bride, of Su Conestoga
street; Miss Ella Swanson, of Rowling.
ta., ana ails Sarah Turner, of 4023
Powelton avenue. The threo young
women were positive of Baker's Identity.
After the ulleged attneks on tho voting
women Baker evaile.i nr., " ..
duys. but was finally taken Into custody
on a clue obtnlned from one of his for
mer Sunday sohool teachers.
MenM.' I1 " pOSitile
Identltj of the young women witnesses,
offered testimony to prove an alibi and
submitted a diary to show he had not
been near the homes of tho young women
at the times they alleged he entered their
homes representing himself ns a plumb
ing commissioner to do repair work.
Secretary of Chamber of Commerce
Indorses Central Labor TJnlon'n Move.
The movement to raise a fund of SI.'.-
000 to advertise and extend the trade of
Philadelphia to all parts of the world,,
begun by tho Central Labor Union, today
received tho Indorsement of N. B. Kelly,
secretary of the Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Kelly pointed to the unusual oppor
tunities now open for trade deieli.pmcnt
ana declared piompt action was necessary.
Tho comynent by Mr. Kelly was occa
Floned by a resolution adopted by the
Central Labor Union yesterday, asking
the co-operation of the Chamber of Com
merce with the Labor Forward Move
ment Committee and the Central Labor
Union In raising tho H.OjO.oOO tund
When tho resolution was brought to
Mr. Kelb's attention he siM- "i am
back of any movement which has, for its
aim tiie extension of tho trade .if phila
delphla tn South America nr 1 t other
parts of the world. Wo ore fuee to fan'
with unusual opportunities at this time
and prompt action is neoesnary if we
imuiu iiiuMi any loruard &tei
Plate Glass Window Smnshed
A large plate-glass window In the con
fectionery store of George I. Nickels,
southeast corner of Ninth and Vine
stieets, was shattered last night. There
aie rumors of an eirlv morning street
tight, but residents of the neighborhood
say that they heard no sound of breaking
bi white and yellow
very sweet and juicy,
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Developing and Printing
"H IIKTTEH KIND"
Speclaltle, for th Amateur
not fminri '! k-..
fresh let u read) tor you at
Nicaragua Blend Coffee
Th's famous blind U the utm iai la
coifes quality jc u. rra tabid irlve
MERRILL & HOPPER
JtK.WlIMi TUHUIN.M. MAKKKT
fcli.ll, I3I7-S8 Arch St. bide
Keep your pilma frh as
olI aa together In our
Picture Frames and Framlntr
Imported and Amerliai
.........a mill 5 u JJ00,
PRANK J. CURRY
TIIK CAMKItA 6!'KC!.M.IhT
812 Chestnut St. 812
'TIS A FEAT TO FIT FEET
nown as the t,i... .e.con'lttee,
, - "" Brlttoa j. , ojn
T h:'"' "n. Manv .:...Z. ""
Sn-C" Heet r . inion.
."'u Urn.1,1 .... '
va Niei".1.' avenue.
"00f' l'Sve,Slr V P the "th,e"
Metal and Slag
Roofs Are Standard
RESIDENTIAL WORK A
Crescent Compound keeps roofs
watertight for five years, and is
Real Estate Roofing Co.
S343-2349 Wallace St.
Bf'l rojfar ton icrntoue ae ttii
While War Rages
man perfume aiitl toilet nrrdt
former fy Imported cannot be sot,
ttr at Krrutljr admnccd prlc.
me r lean women, houcrer. will
Und American make rquallj sood.
and Our Own citracti, toltet
tutrr. tic, ulll not rhanso lu
price detplte higher cot to m.
rhlladelpbU' Standard Drus 8tor
1518 Chestnut Street
.NolhUic ! daintier than our Gar.
1 1 dmla Toilet Water. 5o and II 13.
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a Luncheon, 50c
j Sliced Club Sandwich S
m Avocado Salad iff
Blseulta and Butter 0
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5 op M"k lea Cream ffi IV.
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The white onei are jmt the thins
Grapes for Jelly
Little rel nnd white fellow fine
Coni'orils anJ Mr- hfte tuhle Kiapes.
Bartlett and Seckel Pears
KXTUA FINI1 QtWM I'Y
For Apple Pies and Sauce
you'll nant our 1)1 tr. .sunn.i i.-c..
Rocky Ford Cantaloupes
Genuino Rockv Fords from Colo-
Fine Jersey SWEET POTA.
TOES, hi, tender CORN, bie,
aouna lummuLO, line, meaty
LIMA BEANS and BRUSSELS
David H. Simon
Fruits and Vegetables
Reading Terminal Market
First in Fashion
For Early Fall
Style Shoes for Women
Ihis exclusive model embodies all
the new features ui stile The anm
and heel toxins i silk bound TopninS
of hit-heat quality cloth, in black Fawn
Bray and mode shades, with "limri of
patent, dull or broiue- leather '
makeOTrtfUl achl" i' h. boot.
The Big Shoe Store
1204-06-08 Market St.
Ere.it viirietj of th.
nrrneeful lie. U orna
ments -now and artls.
tl'- deMUns, h.-t with
Diuinoiids, 1' e a r 1 n,
ineth8t ete at a
prim ranne of
$2.50 to $125.00
C. R. Smith & Son, Inc.
Market Street at 18th
To the thousands and
thousands of men who know
and wear Perry clothes, no
matter where they be, this is
our hail and our welcome at
the entrance to a new sea
son At Perry's.
Our invitation to them
and to the other thousands
who would be Perry cus
tomers, if they knew us as
well to all a hearty bid to
come and see us
To see the splendor of this
new season's wonderful pal
terns; to see again, or to
learn, the difference of
"N. B. T." workmanship, fin
ish, and fit
And to make tlte acquaint
ance of the manliness of this
Bi Store, the friendliness
of our service.
Perry & Co., "N. b. t."
16th & Chestnut Sts.
ONYX HOSIERY DISTRIDUTORS-Sapt. 14th-SU,4 Clcti. B.3Q P.
and his New Baby!
course it will hi- : 'Vr.,,
eu'B. it was needed.
The Ryerson W. Jennings Co,
wishes that every reader of its first iu
knew of the peculiar excellence of their
ned oysters (a la Finelli); if they did,
they would stand fa line both in Pn
Square and Fourth Street waiting their
turn to get served.
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