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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1917 .
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IE THAN $30,000
& ARMENIAN FUND
tiro-Day Campaign Ended
I, Last AW" """
tions in wi"irco
Lher city news briefs
: j will Be Last Day to
I T Mail Christmas Gifts to Sol-
diers arm ouuvio
I" .. than $30,000 was collected In the
! y r1'" ffcrers endlnB last nIKht. It
k;SfiSSndeoe5.y. Tho exact total ha,
!' SiTSn churches last night, was
fc ' uMbV the Armenian committee or me
I rncy Aid. headed hy Mrs. Gcorise
IreVf1.m-r Kifty j ounf? women under
I ."ff.j erinn vnluntecr-J made a thor-
S street campilBn. The result w era
LJr at Kctory. according to N Oo Irdan.
rfihe Philadelphia committee for Arme
... relief who sild that there are more
5 I 0000 destitute orphans In the Ulble
I .. Armv Vmns fiifis Thursday
I'. Members of the Hnstcrn rennsylvanla
' Bemud-. .-i,n noil Hross are
F K at ton ,V-d to Supply tho Poono
P SdBtoil Oifl-Hnm pack-Is for Foldlers
fe j ..Itors that must ho mailed not Liter
t SiMr IB The chapter's allot
H Ct lner"sed from 110.000 to 200.000
Si ""VJennnn Instead of 1.000.000 were
h pked from' the mtlon Xonmembcrs may
f , Musical Maier uu.i oii.
I tl1 Unre than 3000 persons attended a Sun
,'HHoreina" ' . ,hn ii.i.. Quartet.
. r mu.ica ,-u.-. -,,-.,-"" ,;. n..r;
r& t the annuai"ua.er color and
Bta'iture exhibition at tho renntvlvanla
failmy of the l'lnoArt '
' War Widows' Refuse Planned
A 150 000 camiMlsn to build a refuse
itDivisi llle, near Willow Grove, for women
tnd children made homelebs by tho war
Us teen begun by the Sunshine Home.
Catholic Club liaises Flag
. ...i.a Airrpiurq wpm held at the
V Wrtrii Catholic Club, B435 Vine street, yes-
tertar when a service flaK with 108 stars
vita raised in honor of tho members in
' the county's FcrUee. It was tho gift of
Signal Classes for Draftees
The Philadelphia Mllit-iry Training Corps
Ut announced thit clashes In buzzer oper
atlcir and signal work h.ic been opened
tor drafted men They arc bcinff held at
Thirty-second s-trret and Lancaster avenue
on Mondaj. Wednesday and Saturday
Waitresses' Union Urged
More than SHOO waitresses In thin city
treat the mercv of clrcumstnncis, utcord
IngtoJlrs D A llt-ulcy, of Boston, intcr-
SoVkJw r-?haflnl0f hote Bnd "staurant
ilnlnn n; . mads an urnt Plea for a
trafLtr Union" '" U"S My ttt the Cen'
St .H!" Sca' On. Dead
..TiJ... """' "rown was k cd and four
Sm.7 iero bUrncd nnd overcome by nm
fumes when a storm spilled part of an
nnl.o "?' to the master of the
anr'ti5t,!antt.rpo?!.n LCX'"Bln' ""
$5000 Gems Stolc in Apartment
. n,.t,,!,n ntly ",eccs " Jewelry valued
nt fBOOO were taken by n sneak thief f
the, ailment of Ot.r Wolff lawer Tt
tho Klngscourt. 103 South Thlrtv.sl.ih
street during the absence of the family
according to a report to the police. '
Thousands View Park "Mums"
Many thousandn niin.io.i .. .
chrysanthemum show- in Horticultural Hall
ralrmount lark. jesterdiy The banks of
o?rcoTorSfor",r SnMt n dell6htfu' '"-
or color for tho Sunday crowd.
"DAUGHTERS" AGAINST MUCK
Managers of Society Urge Acceptance
of Resignation From Orchestra
iw .pn,,rlotl ocletles are urged to n-o
c r'nf"co toward having the reslgm
ton of T)r Karl Murk accepted by the
llos on Symphony Orch.stra. A re-olutlon
to this effect was adopted by the board of
'""1" e i-ennsjivania Society of
tho Daughters of the Revolution.
Announcement of the action was made
today by the organization, which alo ex
presses the hope that he will conduct no
more concerts in this countrj
Automobile Kills Chester Man
rHi:ST,:il. Pa, Nov. 12 -White at
tempting to cross a post road at Marcus
Hook, John I.elch. of this cltv, was struck
bv an automobile driven by ltobert Harnett
1S0S fnlon street. Wilmington, Del, and
instantlv killed The driver was released
bv the Marcus Hook police
FIRST HONOR MEDAL
GOES TO OHIO MAN
Patrick McGunigal, Humble
Ship's Fitter, Saves Balloon
Pilot From Drowning
W.RHtN'r,TON Nov 12
The first medal of honor "for extraor
dinary braverv" to be awarded to an Amer
ican fighting mnn during the war has been
given to I'atrlek McGunigal of Youngs
town, Ohio, tho Navy Department an
McGunigal Is n phlp's fitter nbo ird n
t'nlted Stntes cntler In the wnr rone His
heroism in rescuing the pilot of a naval
klto balloon from drowning brings him an
honor medal and a gift of $100 from the
Tho captive balloon of the cruiser was
4040 feet In the nlr, Its observer senrchlng
for submirlncx. when It was struck by
n squall The balloon dropped 200 feet. The
spare cable was hauled In nti the ship but
tho basket was whipped mid twisted and
the pilot was so entangled In the ropes that
there was no possibility, of his releasing
himself The balloon was hauled to the
ship's side but the lucKet trailed In the
water submerging tho pilot
' McGunigal who has been fourteen jears
In the naval service went over the ships
side and Jumped to the ropes He cleared
the tangle nnd fastened 1 I online around
the pilot, who was then hii C on deck.
Perry's Certainly Have the Clothes!
TM BBTTOn KINO
send for pRtce Liar
Stand Behind the Government
LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE
THIKtl INHA1. DISTIIHT
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iiiininnw vain inn wniiiiiioiiiiiBiiiiiini im had id
TToncnntYi Tt r n c Hl,
AlUllOVVlll - X K O
afe not taking advan
tage of the scarcity of
groceries to advance
I 1233 Market Sfrrrt nnd Ilrnntlirs T
Cheitnut and 10th Streets
Ha exceptional facilities for private
Receptions, Weddings, Cards, Dinners
George Allen, inc.
1214 Chestnut Street 1214
200 Decidedly Smart Hats
Advance winter models introducing clever stylo notes.
Featured for Special Sellinr at
$6, $8, $10, $12
No two alike. They will sell quickly.
Jabots and Collars
In Satin, Filet Lace, Crepe,
Organdy and Pique
7oc to 511
Special value Neckwear
Excellent lino of correct
styles in mourning neckwear.
Sales Manager? and Executive
with eitabllihtd record for sales and
(drertlilnr development. Knergetlc,
lth (front; personality) capable
Jimljilnr conditions, creating orlc
inl telling plans and training sales
erganliatlont apeelal experience la
eloilnr sale by contract. Married,
an 33, exempt from military scrvlctv
Discontinuance of business repon
liMe for this ad. Ledger Office 11 IS.'.
Guard Your Good
Arpearances count everywhere. Keep
""" lopKing ny Having a clear.
foil. Healthy kln. 'the enalest way
"J1!"' d'i'y " of our Bkln Food
rlellhtful and liarrnless whlci
f,.a,1,."0'"n" I"1 nourlahos. Handy
tubei, 35C Houdolr Jars. $1.
IMi , LLEWELLYN'S
I Wluilf lihla' '.standard Drue Store
1010 t.Iiestniit Sfrr.pt
Roe and Vtrrli for pearly
OUR NEW STORE
Situated right in the hear of
jne shopping district, is equipped
o serve your every need prompt
ly, courteously and efficiently.
f Our largm variety of thing! ((
ncai toivtt the practical
'. l South 13th St.
1008 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
A Tasteful Housekeeper
can always find use for more linens, especially when
prices as well as goods are supremely attractive.
Most Welcome Christmas Gifts
Our New Madeira Goods
Sets of 13 pieces $5.00 to $20.00
Sets of 25 pieces $10.00 to $55.00
New 'Form Oblong set, 37 pieces $110.00 per set
Bridge-Table sets, 5 pieces $6.50 to $7.50
Oval and Oblong Tray Covers 35c to $6.50
Scarfs, 20x36, 20x45, 20x54. 20x72 in., from $2.25 to $25 00
Round and Square covers, J8 inches to 54 inches, $1 to $40
New Mosaic Linens
Table Sets, 25 pieces $35.50 to $80.00 per set
Round and Square pieces, 24 inches to 40 inches, $7 to $40
Scarfs $9.50 to $65.00
Filet Lace and embroidered 63 in. round, $140.00; 72 in.
round, $150.00; 90 in. round..,, $250.00
Madeira Hand-Embroidered, 90 in, round $55.00 ,
.Mosaic, 54 jB.ril...V,,r.,...v,,.f..,;.,., .....135.00,
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CL TODAY we would have to pay MUCH
MORE for the Fabrics, Linings, Trimmings for
all the Materials in these Overcoats and Suits than
they cost us when we bought them most of
them close on to a year ago! Today they are
actually worth from five to ten dollars the
garment more than we are selling them for !
Cut, tailored and finished without rush or
haste, they are the finest Overcoats and Suits we
ever put on our counters! Thousands and
thousands of them Overcoatings of soft, fleece
like fabrics, rough-faced fabrics, sturdy weaves,
and in scores and scores of cloth patterns !
Many can't be replaced at all! None can be
duplicated at what these cost us ! Buy today !
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H - - a T W 1
i arm Lio-hrinQ- fixtures
I itMl i$35k liilJi i
1 Tf? !rp of artistic excellence. Dc-
" 1 J L M I ' signs that combine art and
l) 1 III a utility. A comprehensive j
i ff ll & showing of the various peri- j
Ifcjl s at arc now l'lc vofiuc
1 ll5 anc tnat cannot c sccn c'sc"
1 T The Horn & Branncn
JR Retail Salesrooms j
I 427-433 North Broad Street
H Open Saturdays , . . i, , v . , , i
J. H .. ... n... "A short walk nlmur Atitoniolnlc 1
rt umu rive --- Rem j
i WJD. TFiepbara (5t
F V. s c s
Fur-Collar Overcoats Score!
J But, what a difference there is in Furs! In some, the fur is so rich, thick and
plentiful that you can scarcely find beneath it the skin it adheres to; while in others, a
soft breath will reveal the bald spots!
f Every skin for these Perry Fur Collars was selected from thousands for richness and
life soft as silk, but bristling with vigor in the cold! Fur-Collar Overcoats, $55, $60, $75,
$85. Fur-lined and All-Fur Overcoats, $60, $75, $100, $150, $200.
1 Overcoats for Everybody! Single-Breasters, Double-Breasters; great, big, long, roomy
auto Ulsters with regular skirt pockets and two big warm velvet-lined muff pockets; Trench
Overcoats whose belts sport big buckles, or just button; Trench Raglans which are some
thing else again single or double breasted; Kimono-sleeve Overcoats; Box-back models,
shapely backs, Conservative Overcoats with fly fronts buttoning through, velvet collars or
cloth collars; full lined or lined only in shoulders and sleeves of every desirable fabric from
smooth dress cloths to soft downy beavers in plain colors, in mixed shades and tones of vary
ing hues. $18, $20, $22.50, $25, $30, $35 to $65.
I Plain-back coats and all-around
belts that buckle or that button;
vertical pockets piped, breast
pocket welted; slanted pockets,
outside patch pockets or regular
pockets. For Young Fellows,
Double Breasters with iridescent
silk trimmings that rival the col
ors of an Autumnal sunset. $25
Evening Dress and
I Fabrics are Bird's-eye coat
ings, full satin lined or skeleton
lined; some satin faced; in some,
the collars, pockets and cuffs are
piped with silk. Cut on conven
tional lines with the addition of
distinction to the "set," "swing"
and "fit" of every part of every
garment. $25 to $50 for Tuxedo
Coat and Trousers; $28 to $50
for Evening Dress Coat and
I Conservative models, two-button-sack
coats; soft-rolling lapels,
natural shoulders, waistlines that
scarcely show, and waistlines that
shoot in with an accent; pockets
for every taste from conserva
tively flapped to new moons and
vertical side pockets a young fel
low can rest his hands in and keep
his elbows at a smart angle. $18,
$20, $22.50, $25, $30 to $48.
Selections, Assortments and Numbers are at their
Best today! Come in, look them over, and BUY!
PERRY & CO."N.B.T."
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