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MAYORS LIKE DELEGATES
TO ANY BIG CONVENTION
Visiting Executives, While Burdened With Public
Affairs, Find Time for Witticisms as They
Mingle in Hotel Lobby.
EVEyiNG LEPGfltt-PIIlLAPELPHI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 101
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Tho Mayor's Conference. A play In
Seone Lobby of the Beltevuo-Strntford.
Dramatic Tersonne (or those present)
Many American Mayors, delegates to
tho confereneo of the American Invest
ment Bankers' Association; delegates to
the American Federation of Labor con
vention! society folk! guests! sightseers!
ibelt boys, nndo.tlicrs.
Mayor Carl 11. Keller, of Toledo, O.,
was tho nrst to arrive. Ho has a strong
personality and he means business.
"Boys," ho said, "I'll tell you of a llttlo
war wo have been having all to our own
In Toledo. It's war on tho traffic Just
plain ovcry day street railway traffic.
For seven montliB-tlio people of Toledo
rodo freo on tho street 'cars." .That's
L going some for Toledo.
Mayor Mltchel, of New York, wore a
light suit, light both In color nnd weight,
and no overcoat. Tho, youngest Mayor
certainly proved n favorite with tho
.women, both old nnd young. They turned
i lout In lnrge numbers to hear him Bpeak
! Vt WItherspoon Hall. "He's so good to
Ws wife," ono of tho fair sex was heard
"How did you llko Wlthcrspoon Hall?"
ono Mayor had naked another. "Don't
know her," camo tho reply. "Where Is
Deleted by the censor Mayor u
of ; Mayor , of ;
Mayor , of , and a few others
at tho hotel bar.
Mayor Blankcnburg's double attracted
a. good deal of attention as ha sauntered
.leisurely through tho lobby and down
"Peacock alley." Ho Is C. .1. Kclm,
Burgess of Catasaun.ua, Pa. The rcsem
blnnco Is striking, especially at first
glance. Mr. Kelm also has a slight Ger
Louts D. Brnndcls registered nt the Uni
versity Club. Mnny of tho visiting Mayors
spent tho afternoon there. There are
BoVeral hundred delegates at tho confer-
dice. Tho mnjorlty are at the Bcllcvuo.
Mayor Charles II. Ellis, of Camden, was
late. Ho said ho had n good excuse,
namely, tho trolley service In Camden, or
the Public Service Corporation. "Wo cer
tainly havo a nervy Public Service Cor
poration nt homo," ho said. "I havo coine
hero to learn how to unnerve It."
"Traction Director Tabor's report on
rapid transit Is the finest work of Its kind
I ever read," said Alfred Bettman. former
City Solicitor of Cincinnati, who Is at
tending tho conference. "Cincinnati Is
about to spend J10.000.QOO on rapid transit,
and wo hope to learn a lot here."
All MnjorB look nllke to the bell boys-
thai M all but Mayor '"nudolph" so called
by one of the Montreal delegates. vThe
bell "hops" certainly had a buiy ony.
Standing In line to register was quite the
thing. Something like election dny.
"I am stopping here, at least I hope I
Btni" ono Mnynr was heard to Bay. He
had somo difficulty In getting a room.
Mayor Oscar B. Marx, of Detroit, was
willing to discuss anything but tho war.
Tho corncob plpo Is tho latest at tho
Bcltovuo. T. S. Scnnlou, Commissioner of
Finance of Huntington County, Vn., be
lieves In comfort. Ho prefers the corncob
to perfectocs, nnd acted accordingly.
Said the Mayor of North to the
Mayor of South , "it's a long time
since we saw anything like this. We
don't know u rbul and not a soul knows
us. Home was never like this."
"You bet," came Iho reply. "If we had
a 'Peacock alley nt home we'd charge
Harvey S. Chase, representing the Bos
ton City Club nt the conference, was tho
only '"Hub" delegate. "This seems like
old Utiles," Mr.-Chaso said, as he glee
fully rubbed his hands. "I don't quite got
3 on," tlii inquisitive one ventured, nnd
asked, "What old times?"
"World's setles1 times, of course."
Mayor T. W. Kevin, of Easton, Pa.,
looked quite "natty" In a neat gray suit
nnd "top" lint Mayor Kevin said Mnyor
Ulnnkcnburg acted with wisdom nnd tact
In cnlltug down the suffragist who up
braided him. "Wo haven't nny suffragists
up r.ur way," Mnyor Nnvln said, "but wo
have a fine college, r won't say that's
It was somo Job to find the Mayors.
Members attending the American invest
ment Bankers' Association woro badgei,
and In tho early afternoon they wcro
stopped on several occasions and mlstnkcn
Mayor Wallace a. Kjc. of Minneapolis,
snld ho wts elected because he was a rel
ative of tho famous "Bllt" Nye. Ho spent
yesterday morning nt Vn'lley Forge. Ac
cording to Mayor Nye, Minneapolis has
"some line" street car service.
Mnyor George N. Soger, of Passnlc,
N. J., said Philadelphia trnfllc regula
tions were tho best "ever" nnd that tho
policemen were among the finest
W. Sanderson Dctwllcr, chief burgess
of Columbia, Pa., made "some Jilt" In
his smart-tailored suit. He looked spick
Thp largest delegation Is from Montreal,
Canada, and Includes Thomas Cote, O. H.
Letourneau, J. II. Levagne, L. Turcot, J.
B. Rochon, G. Menard, G. Vnndlac. W. H.
Panzo, T. Marcel, J. Elle, J. L. Dubois.
J. B. St. Plorre. J. B. Barbeau, J. H.
Chartrand, A. II. Denis, W. S. Waldon,
N. La Polnto and M. Huchln,
FOR SEVENTH DEGREE
1 200 Candidates Expected to
Report in Wilmington
Playhouse Visitors From
Many States Speak at
"WILMINGTON, Nov. 13.-Promlnent
imembers of the National Grange wero
busy today rehearilnB for the conferring
of the- seventh degree tonight. In con
sequence, tho reports of Stale Masters
went over until afternoon, when an early
session was held.
The Pennsylvania report may go over
riintil morning on account of Its Impor
tance, tho mombers dt the granges in
that State having been active In tho
'highway ilght, and also having been suc
cessful In defeating the 150,000,000 road
While tho degree team was rehearsing
fen open grange meeting was held for tho
ylattors. Georgo AV. F. Gaunt, State Mas-
ter of New Jersey, presided, and speeches
vere made toy persons from almost every
State represented, bIyIjis an idea of the
excellent, work being done by the granges
ltd those States,
The session today was shorter than
usual, because It was necessary to pre-
pre for the ceremony Jn the, playhouse
Itonlsht. It was also necessary to register
How many will report when the time
pomes to confer the degree is not known
at present, but it Is expected there will
About 1200 In all.
In Manchester, N. H., last year, there
ere over 6100, but It Is explained thero
gre more Grangers In some of the coun-
Jes,of New Hampshire than thero are In
t)d entire State of Delaware, and there-
bre It is not to be expected that the
Umber hero Will ba nn Inreo Thero
gsllt bo many candidates, ho,weer, from
amr jcojr, i-cmiayivunia ana .Maryland,
End it would not be surprising If the
luraoer snouia do much larger than ex-
Judging from the manner in which the
Solution Of C. B. Keulev. of Wnslilne..
6n State, protesting against the removal
I rurai roan carriers from the classified
Irvlce, allowing the routes to be oon-
wciea cut, was received, this resolution
t, going to raise more stir than any whleh
as so far ben presented. Tha iranitn
ecteie they have posltlva Information
t such a plan Is In contemulatlon for
b 40,000 rural free delivery routed In
ht country and they Intend to fight It
neia mai u mo contract system Is
pim, ine rttrat mm aellvery system
go back to where it stood in exnerl.
atai days and that the service will -t
l the bands or politicians.
piwui'U the resolution offered by Mr.
egley and referred to a committee wo.
mreiy ior senaing a memorial t
'" miiog n ia present WW
VIC system b continued, tha irran
not likely to atop wltU this 9tiou
ry grange ut ine oouncrr ww b ask
to uh Its Influence la Its awn ud.
SOlty tied ReprMeBtatlVe and Seoatorf
i) parts of the country wttl fee bon-
. , i ,
Barrtaoa Haada Highway Asn,
aTIAKTA Ua, Nov 18.-rirfx. Har-
1 Urultieuc of thu aouthr,i Bal..
b tii! jetected prteldeMt o lUtiraer-
' S' AMvtftUua Ui t-silcn fieri.
NEGRO ACCUSED OF KILLING
CAMDEN MAN HANGED BY MOB
Taken From Jnil After Mrs. Sherman
Fails in Identification.
ST. PETHnSBURG, Fla., Nov. 13.-John
Evans, a Negro, was taken from the city
prison hero last night by a mob and
hanged to a telephone pole. Tho Negro
was charged with hilling Edward F. Slier
man of Camden, N. J., nnd with attack
ing Mrs. Sherman
John Evans, tho Negro first suspected
and arrested for the murder of Edward
P. Sherman and attack upon his wife, and
who was reloased by the authorities after
Mrs. Sherman had been unable In her
semiconscious condition to Identify him
positively, was rearrested near St. Peters
burg Inte in the afternoon.
A bloody nnd torn shirt was found In
nn outhouse nt the Evans home. A shot
gun, tho one Evans is supposed to have
used when ho killed Sherman, was also
found. Mrs. Sherman is still In a hos
pital. Owing to the condition of her eyes
Bhe wns unable to positively Identify the
WOMEN PLAN TO AID CHILDREN
Discuss Need foe Industrial nnd Edu
HADDONFIELD, N. J., Nov. 13. Tho
Child Labor Committee and the Educa
tion Committee of tho New Jersey State
Federation of Women met this afternoon
In the Indian King, Hnddonfleld, for tho
purposo of advancing the subjects of In
dustrial work, educational matters and
child labor legislation. The speakers
were Mrs. John B. Webb, of Glen Itidge,
chairman of the child labor department,
and Mrs, John V. Cowling, of Mtllvllle,
chairman of the education department.
Conditions In Camden County were dis
cussed. Many interested women from dif
ferent parts of Cainden County are pres
ent and efforts have been made to get tho
assistance of women of the Camden district.
LEAVES $46,625 TO FAMILY
Will of John S. dibb Admitted to
Disposition of an estate of J 18.623 Is
made In the will of John 8. Glbb, admit
ted to probate today. It is bequeathed
entirely to the widow, Jeeala H and tho
daughter and son, Mary B, and William
Other wills admitted to probate were;
Gertrude C. Murray, 2H West Thompson
street, J1?,4S0; Frederick M. Walton. Bev
erly, N. J.. I870Q; Amelia M. "Gordon. 1817
Gal den street, 780O; John II. Maurer,
4315 Main street, Manajunk. $S200; Itlch
ard J. Kfenan, 1S03 Wallace street, 16000;
Brama A. Weaver, 231 North Uth street,
Letters of administration were granted
in tho estates of Mary Allen, 109 South
ISd street 'valued at f 33,813, James Mc
Cormlck. who died In the Episcopal Hos
pital J8I.000; Andrew J. McLaughlin. 330
North d street, J7900. Thomas. Welsh,
01 North 60th street. 11160; Margaret Mc
CUary, Bridgeport. Pa. t9Q; Charles. P
Foulkrod, 800 North th street, ItSOOj
Sarah A Smith, 6903 Lawton avenue,
IWi. and Charles J. Loach, 2239 Ann
street, J4M. Appraisers have fixed the
value of the personal effects of the estate
Of Margaret E. Dill at S2T3&59.
High living Cost Laid in Part to
NOTV YORK, Nov. U.-Ignorance of
hoseJcenn and eoonorajr is attributed
to bolt) the lmpeountou and tha wealthy
wewaa of New York In a report Issued
yeinly by fee executive oomralttee of
the Meyer's CommUtte on Food Supply
Tk rwjeort Is lgua by Q. W Perkins,
chairman It saye working: girls who
marry are uuUy untrained In domestic
economy, tutd that the came to true of
tfc 4utftitei ( rUfc Xnniltea. TUe re
Vftant trfrtaiuke t a oucuUnt 4rio
tie Jo4 suwplir of Hv Xrk.
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MAIL Oil rHONK UHDISns PILLIKD
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TZTayZ Our Great Anniversary Sale
is Overflowing With Values That Will Break All Low-Price Records
Otot'ca at Specialty Low Anniversary Prices
Women's $1 & $1.25 Gloves, yQc
Two-clasp kid In black, nhltc, tan and gray! ono row
nud Paris point.
Men's $1.25 Cape Glbves $
In tan shades; P. X. M sown; ono-clnep.
FIUST FLOOIt, EIGHTH STREET BIDK
HATS TRtMMED FUSE OF CHARGE
Double Yellow Trading Stamps With Every 10c Purchase
Until Noon After That Until Closing Time, Single Stamps
Marfiet Eighth Filbert Seventh
Anniversary Special Tomorrow Only
$1.50 Irish Linen Table $
72 Inches wide nnd extra heavy. Modo of flno flas yarns In
an excellent assortment of patterns, Including: '
Rose-and-atripe, plain satin stripe, poppy-and-stripe,
pansy, American Beauty rose, carnation, tulip and others
rillST FLOOR, NOIITH
GOO IN ANY BOOK
A New Series Today
Series "4XXA" & "4XXB
To Every Purchaser of $1 or Over
Good lu Any Yellow Trailing S(nnip Hook, No Matter
Hovr Mnnr Other "Uxtrn" Stnrapi You 3Iny Alrendy Hare.
In Spite of the Amazingly Low Prices
$1 Crepe de Chine, 59c
JStirpIii sloofc of a Uadtno Amertcan manufacturer
They nro 88 Inches wide, closely woven In very attractive crepe effect.
Cream, ulttfc, ttlac, Ian, golden and Havana bro ten, rose, wistaria, amctUpst, pray,
cardinal, garnet, golden tan, reseda, Russian green, Copenhagen, peacock, delft,
midnight, imt'j anil light blue; also black.
$2 French Serge, $ 1 .IK
64 inches -wide, In black, midnight
blue, navy, taupe, Havana brown,
wistaria, delft bluo and terra cottn.
79c French Serge, 49c
3C Inches wide. In black, reseda, Jtus
tlan green, wistaria, garnet, rose, wis
taria and navy, midnight and delft blue.
$2.00 Black Dress QO-,
Unusually flno qualities; B4 inches
wldo. Lot Includes poplins, ohov
lots. tnllor and costume sorges,
fancy diagonals nnd striped gran
Very Nice Kinds Are Offered at
Savings of a Third to Nearly Half.
FIIIST FLOOIt, SOUTH
The New Sand and Fuchsia
m & 7.98
Worth $10 $
From coast to coast
wo have becomo fa
mous for the presenta
tion of mllllnory nt
these popular prices
always Imparting to It
those now and delight
ful niceties of fashion
usually excluslva to
only tho costlier hats.
Trimmings include furs,
ostrich and chlo ribbon
$1.49 Com- Qgc
Of nainsook; somo princess models,
others bolted at -wnlBt; daintily
trimmed with lace or embroidery.
Covers . . .
Of nainsook, trimmed with lace, cm
broidery and ribbons. Sizes 3G to 41
' $4 Silk Petticoats, $2.69
Sample lot; mcssallno and silk Jorsey
cloth In desirable shades; plaited and
$1 Muslin Gowns, 69c
High nnd V-neck or slip-over models;
nlso empire effects; laco and embroidery
$4 Blanket Robes, $2.98
Vailoty of colors in tho Indian pat
terns; raglan style; trimmed with fine
quality mossallno ribbon; cord, and
MAIN AnCADB AND SECOND FLOOIt
$6 Lamb's Wool $2 QE
Blankets . . . daOtJ
FJno quality white lamb's wool; soft,
Jleecy and warm; inndo on spool cotton
warp with dainty pink and blue bor
ders nnd silk mohair binding-.
Size 72x82 inches and special SO OC
for today only, per pair a,OD
Every Woman and Miss Should Make Sure
to Reap the Advantage of These Extra
ordinary Anniversary Sale Values In
Suits & Coats
$15 Silk & Satin $Q ofi
Comfortables . . ? O O
Pure Australian lamb'B wool fllllnc
Covered with fluured rsntin centres;
plain satin borders and plnln silk
backs in p nk, bluo, lavender nnd
old rose. Size 72x78 inches.
FIRST FLOOR, NORTH
The assortments, qualities and prices are such as will be
long remembered by all those who share.
NMisses $18.50 Suits $
Include cheviots, serges and novelty suitings in navy blue,
black, plum and green. Have the newest length coats plain
tailored or effectively trimmed with velvet and novelty collars.
Misses' $27.50 Suits $
Six of the prettiest new styles we have had with short French
jackets or long redingotc coats.
They arc of serge, gabardine, cheviot and Venetian cloth, in nut
brown, lichen green, black, Holland and navy blue. Many arc
handsomely trimmed with velvet or braid.
Misses! $20 Coats $ O QO
Picture Shows One of the Several Smart Styles
Particularly attractive are those in zibelines of richest shades,
finished with patent leather belt. Others are of cross-bar
cheviots, Scotch plaids, zibelines, kerseys and mannish mixtures,
in brown, Oxford gray, Holland blue, navy blue and green.
Some drcssily finished with fur cloth and velvet.
Juniors' $14.50 Coats $11
Twelve latest plain tailored and military cane fashions in zibelines.
plaids and mixtures; some with the new reversible belts and trim
mings of velvet or fur cloth.
Women's Very Fine $35 Suits at $2,
Elegant and dressy styles in gabardines, poplins, serges and broadcloths. Some copies of im
ported suits with military blouse, showing fur bands at wrist and neck; also others attractively
trimmed with fur cloth, velvet or genuine fur. SECOND FLOOR
Of beauty and fineness far superior to
what prices would lead one to believe
35 lnchos wide. Beautiful soft qual
ity. Newest ovenlnfr and street
shades, as well as white and black.
$1.50 and $1.75 Crepes de
Chine and Crepes QQn
Lovely lino textures with a bright, rich
sheen. Comos In tho fashionable
shades of tho season.
$1.50 Imported French CQP
40 Inches wldo. Stylish, noat effects
and colorings; superior quality.
75c to $1.00 Newest AQ
Fancy Silks u
Latest fancy silks for waists and
dresses. Pretty effects in up-to-dato
$1.50 to $2 Black Silks, 99c
Ynrd wide. All standard qualities. In
cludo peau do sole, messaline, benga
lino, moire and taffeta silks.
FIRST FLOOR, SOUTH
Half Prices Rule For
$2 to $3 $
Coutll and bntlsto; high, medium or
low bust; two and throo sets of sup
porters. Sizes IS to 30.
$2.50 to $3 Corsets, $1.50
P. N CB a In Splrlte. Thomson's Qlovo
Fitting, Warner's Rust Proof and
American Lady styles. CoutU and ba
tiste; medium, low or glrdlq top.
$3.50 Lyra Corsets $0
Medium bust; six supporters.
Folks Who Buy Furs Here Are Protected
Against the Masquerading of Inexpensive Furs as Costlier Kinds
-against Misrepresentation of Style or Value
Fur Sets, $29 75
Choice of Black Fox, Blue, Black or Cin
namon Wolf, Red Fox, French Seal or
Several styles; trimmed with head and tails.
Both pieces handsomoly lined with fine peau
J 60 HUDSON SEAL AND LEOPARD MO Cft
TrmifMrrn bp.tr . . . . ".jv
(Fitch Trim- 97 SO
J 10 FRENCH CONEY
Children's and Misses' $1.50 to $35
Fur Sets, 98c to $22.50
About fifty new and distinct styles.
$40 to $75 Russian Pony Coats,
$25 to $57.50
Attractive models In latest lengths.
Misses', Children's and Infants' SHOES
From the famous Sinbac Shoe Co., of Chicago, III.
A new pair for any that fail:
Mfn?oi.?1 t0 79c I Misses' $2.25 and $2.50 $1 CC I
$1.25 bnoes. . hoeq " '
Tan Russia calf, white Nubuck, patent S.f-!.i.tV " n..".i".i 1..11 ......
colt skin: hnnd-turned soles; button style. t,t?t.?iVHlVit?,ni,?!2!a2.o,n5ul?h"
hizkh 1 in iu metal, dull and cloth tops; regular and the
I Hlze i l ?'- 1 new high cut; button styles. Sizes 11
Children's $1.25 to QQr I to2-
$1.50 Shoes OI7C Big Girls' $2.50 $1 gC
White Nubuck, patent coltskln, kidskln and $3 Shoes. . .
and tan Russia calf; plain and tipped toes; "wanted leathers; hnnd-welted and flexible
regular arid high cut; dull and cloth 'tops; sewed oak soles; newest and up-to-date styles,
nlso combination tops. Sizes 4 to 8, Sizes 2U to 6
FIRST FLOOR, NORTH, AND SUBWAY FIRST FLOOR, NORTH
$22.58 Overcoats, $ 1 3.75
Wonderful Opportunity Today for Men to Buy Clothing for the Whole Winter Long None but the
able The True in Fabric and Quality and After All Paying but Little.
$13.50 for these Suits; $13.75 for these Overcoats, on which you Save about Ten Dollars or More
Suitt of Fine London-Shrunh Materials That
Are Every Thread Pure Wool and Hand
These are the newest style fabrics the kinds
usually found only In merchant-tailored garments.
Men's $15 $o CA
Many of our customers are taking advantage of these
special Anniversary prices to make their purchases for
Christmas a very sensible idea.
Men's $2 French g
Of Very high-grade French tlannel warm,
yet medium weight and not bulky. Splen
didly made and perfectly finished. Jackets
cut military style and fasten with silk
froga. Trousers amply full. Neat patterns,
$5 House Coats, 53,49
Perfectly tailored of smart double-faced
otjwrlot. With shawl
collar, patch pockets and bound
with silk cord. All sixes.
$1.50 UNION SUITS Q&tfT
Egyptian yarn In ecru and gray. Woven neck; long sleeves
and ankjo length. Uood sties.
$3.50 Blanket Bath 0 AR
T? nil no or & J
Rlah two-ton figured effects and pretty colors. Made
full with folding collar; piped seams and oord and tasI
$1 Silk Knitted Neckwear, 25c
Limited quantity of erocbet and aecordlon weave In aobbv 3
oros strip streets will uue the large knot QdAs and; 1
ad at ta regular Jl grad ' 3
FUMW FLOOB. aSVSNTH AKD MARJOtT gynjumi
s&am U? MiuwHiMts
The Overcoats Are of St, George Kersey the
Celebrated Quality Known to All Men Who
Know Thoroughly Good Fabrics
These are in the choicest new styles; fully lined
with flno Skinner's satin, bearing the maker's
guarantee to wear for two years.
Xnvy lllue nnd llleh mixture.
Men's g!5 Suits, ?g e
Strasser English Cut,
Xr cheviots, casslmeres, stylish
plaids and pin stripes.
h 1 hi fKr fin
M III I II F f J, lM n.jffV,. ,! TsW 1
Men's $18 Overcoats, $9.75
In Choice of Tivruty-Slx Nevr Fabric
Smart, heavy Winter coats with Iron-clad sleeve
lining and double warp serge body lining.
Men's $27.50 Overcoats, $1 fi.C.n
OP "WAMSKUOK" CHINCHILLA TUB FINEST MADE.
Stylish blue and dapple gray. Double-breasted, with shawl qollar.
Just Arrived! A Second Large Lot of
25 Full Dress and Tuxedo Suits, $1 C
Special at LU '
Seems as though we cannot secure ejBSUBh of them. They are the
ultra-best stylo tailored from nice quality materials, with silk
or satin fuels? and fine satin-flnlsh Venetian lining.
r-3lm f S m
Also-Uncornmonly Good Values in Soys' Winter (JJotfnir T
Boys' $8.50 Chinchilla Overcoats m
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la brown, blue aad gtsjr. Smart belted-back effects. S4xs S v IS ye44d tor mail bm-
Boys' 5.50 to $6.50 Norfolk Suits X
Have patch poilntr aad pt;-top trousera. Choice of svnl4 tMtHiUaiMa 1 1 1 yr
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