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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FItiDAY, MARCH' 8, IMS
f"7 . . v i t -kV,v-
TO AID LUAIN LMIVE
J. E. Clayton Went "Over the
Top" Seventeen Times;
Now Gives War Talks .
l TROOPKU "JIM" CLAYTON
He lias n record of goiiiK "over
the top" on seventeen occasions
k with the Thirteenth Australian
f Light Horn-, lie will he out of
I the trnil blazers in tho third
Liberty Loan compaijrn here.
I Seventeen lini' "ui tin top" In tlm
". ru'ortl of Troop-i .nitri i,' II Clajton. nf
? the Thirteenth An tr.llmi Light Horse,
who will he "' "f tin Hull 1il.iir.or- lit
the tlilril Lilitil.v Loan campaign
Cla Ion lin. been wniiiidcil I iv Ice and
'MFi'ed" nnce ,md ! Kind in he nllie
id fell .ihoiil it I iv "-aw n iirnii ma;
nf iictlcn nt Viidiin. Ilapatniie. Hulle-
I couit and prior In thou1 enptKi nientH
If tras amonK the AiiHtrailan fniivH which
fought nt HalllpiiM. lie fpent 4."iT days
"J In nrt-lltie tieni'he. mid, in use Ida
i 'own word", nlnin-" had a prixiiial Intro-
duetlou to Hi" , lir.nl i.MleitaKer whlh
' ' In till. Inail'h ,1 the n,li
,4 Willie auailllip: IMe npenlliK nf the
; ntxt Mliftti l.nan 'auiiiiii;ii t'l.iylnn
In fprnKlllC mi fund cnlli (T,lllnll. Ill
Ihat.cnnnrchon he i-,im he tan llo ilrnt
hind Infoiniallnii, h.-nlus had the e-
It ptrlfnee nf B'Mif, uilhniit any "r.itv" for
i fouril.it Afier helin; dl.-i'hatBeil from
w fcrvlce on nceiHint nf poor physical
, condlthn, ilu- tn htrenumiK service, I'lay-
v Ion hy chance Mopped ner In Phlla-
fl delplila. lie ilmppul Into the United
E Service I'luli. "' Sntilh Twenty-Mcnnd
' rtreet. nne i IkIH and nave- a little talk
f On Ills xp'l .einex. II proud mi Intei-
Hllnit that l.butetiant ('oiiiinanch r
f Vayne, nf lli I'nlted Stal-s Naval
1 Honie, iirRed lilm In i-pcnlt In behalf nf
,'? the movement vvhlcli aie cnuneettd with
', the work of I lie army
v Clayton liai delivered isevtral fnicifill
J- tilkn with trnnil rertiMK He iIoomi'I
!l hunt for "fntu":.-" vvonl", hut lie ptitn his
.f iriuments "nvrr" In cnuvltirliiR form.
M' Tonight he will talk to the I'hlladelplila
Ji saie.niansnip i itui lit tne uniei aiici
, phla. i'li1on eintiian thai most per
. fons, res'iidles-'i nf uatlniiallty, rut ton
muin, and he ayn lie ean ahnvv with
figures md facta that all human lielnKS
i may ho lirtlthlir Willi less fond.
! FARM LABOR CRISIS
REPORTED IN JERSEY
Decreased Crop Acreages May
' Result if Situation Is Not
Improved, Agec Warns
TltHXTOX. March . '
The farm labor slluatlnn In New Jer-
5 s prions and unless remedied de-
: crtased, crop averaKes may result, in.-
I cording to the monthly prop report nf the
t Bureau of Statistics and Inspection of
! 'the Slate Department nf ARilcullure, nf
! Mch Alva Asee Ih i ecretary, tasued to-
J, It la alsn slated by Ilic bureau that
t In tomei sections prallis and Brass did
X not winter well; the cold weather Is
'J reported to have damn (red peach buds,
.- rartlcularly In tho northen counties and
- Vlrylng throueh Ihe Sl.ile nrenrHlne
Ml location and variety. Krult Rrovvern
K., -to warnea uy .me nurcaii ugaliisl a
tW v" rf'1!1?0 P",','. ')or',r' W,IC" h.as
. Men found In severa northern count es
Hid Vlllleh hnrnu I,, ll,.Al n-n,. l
ii- , , ' " .. ht-niMh
i noots and attacks the fruit.
nc buiuniarv or Hie r-roti ,'nrresnr.mi
1'' "llmates fnr the ..mtre Stale-un
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iv? t it i-iitim 4-iutir ui
luy i w warcn i i ;im follows:
ii CcTn ,ast .vt'nr8 i-rnp rrmalnlnK on
rf "rms.March 1, 4t por rent; wheat. Inst
vi" v" iciiituiuiiK "ii larius Aiaicii
, 5 ncr rrtit n'liu tool i-,.t.u ..-,...
r .i t v lui'i. jnu n tt
P? llnellMliicT tki i.-i.i "iv ..
j. . -.- mni nt hi nr mtu; rruiaui-
y, ingon farms March 1, 10 per ivnt.
tj apea or male farm labor 1018. aver-
IV nt wapo ner month with hoanl. S33:
!Ki"Ee por ,llonth wlwt lKai'f1,
WtiT.V " whbo per nay for day
iK' I a nni rn. t. ... . . - ;
'J im. , "rvent work with board,
. ;..tii ror harvest work without bnard.
f HI labor other than harvest t, I: win
Ward, ti.nn ,.,!, ,, ,. I
fit 1irr lli -in liMt-t nul i i,l-
V "llnout boaid, $:'.50. '
71 1,,"?' ,a'ue per acre nr nil farm
I'M? ou Improvements. ?5.
flS, h.. '5. 1,ro,urtlo for '""'a
ftlffltW1 1,la"ls)- - Per cent;
.... , "" miprovcinents, JlOfi: with-
mii r.' , lur I'Cirtiary
(w 30 1,cr ec"t
l IP.WIM rtxr . .,.,... . ..
... v,n -jjl AT WAlt"
ff Noted fnn-,n- 1 ' 1 ir-i. t-.
I ... "respondent Will Describe
ji- .kuifun imiLte o ronis
miaoLh Ir'vln- noted lecturer, war cor-
It .;l"?"?f'.1t and niacaxlno writer, will
n .. -,'c k tiiIb ........ . :. ........ .....
bk is.1. .. .- "nn (iniKitzina writer, wn
P Mualo a .rf"1"? "t the Academy of
r Irwin "iti Tho ,,,atJn at War-" M--
LBoWlii. r,c"R "oin a ursi-iianu
tlm iion'J ?,' ,wa,r conditions In Italy
K Iwei.V A.""' Illan ball le fronts, with
fe rttwit iJfnSIV" 'c. the .recent Italian
I? AuJtrlan IVnVJj asda."5 " Teuton and
pine from. J.V . it" .,.,"n" "' '" ""'
southern lCuropo will also
1-u. . 'V.
Wplrti T .,' " '?)" K'ven ""der th
PKta Of the Ita an enmmltte. n
' MrV S.'nF.ei?y i9- of whlch committee
i - "enjamhi Miller Is the chairman.
TODAY'S VADRMfici netiMDvo
lfWlUUl,i, J, Kutherlsnt). "DOS lie Unry .l".
ifWit lluih C' "KGlle. HI. David.. IU.
t llr"lKn'T,L"n,D D'"' N- ''' "n" B,el1
KChirii! t.'.. T Unrue si,
llvllB. v..."""i..i-,., nouin .,
JMm i."'"..",'.'Imn '
E' Jiun ii . ",,IK"',. OIHioiaen, !., a
fuSl P.. mP'n". ISIT N. Uth it.
li-riit'id."..!"1", B0rt N- Mr.h.ll it., a
ha. t ,,..Y--"J -"'.T...I.I ." -, .
i. 'r""- M. ford. VVIlmlnston. D.l.
VL2xi.l& .S5m .rc . J
i uwa i.,. . sniii , sou guiin
U. OP P. CLUB TO GIVE
PLAY FOR WAR FUNDS
l'roductlon of '"
ry Society Plans
Tho Man on tho
Uox" to Aid UcncfUs
The Zolosophlc Literary Soeletv of the
I nlversity of IVniiK.vlvn.nla Ik desirous
'.'.' K.'.v "K I"' "'" 'The Man mi th
Lot. before Philadelphia clubs unci so
cieties which wish to rnlso patriotic ben.
tilt funds. The play Ik to be produced nt
the Now Century Club drawing rooms
shortly nfter llaslor liy the society as
part or ItH regular dramatic program
'''"'fr tho direction of Mr. ami Mr?.
in order to dtp a uuiiilirr nf pa
tilotlo benrllt performances f-i- I'hlla.
ilclphln iirguiilzatlnnj, ihrip will In, seV.
fa I eninp'cte casts rehearsing fur the
p'ny. Tlii will bring fnrih hII the
talent in ,. sorlot.v n ml It Is believed
mat n liomirdous nuoecss is asrttrtd
Ini the play "I'll.- production In adapted
fioiii the bot.l; by Harold Mncriiath. and
Ih professional thcnlrlijil pruductlnii
win tremendously successful
Anv clnh. socio!) nr n'lii i nrgniiht.i.
I mil that would Ml:c ihe tf.ln.i-phlo urn.
diictloii Riven ii ii iin-iiiiH nf mining n
ruinl for -.nine pntilntlt puipnsi mat'
i;"inmunlcnlo will, A I-' liiivehe IS1
Alumni, inivorsltv nf Pennsylvania ilnr
mltnrlcn. GLOUCESTER'S PAST
SOON.ONLY A MEMORY
Homes of Men of Brain and
Brawn Who Build Ships
Will Replace "Follies"
hie nf Philadelphia's ruillet le, tea
linn resorts will soon he hut a ineninr
All that lemalns of iSlouoestcr's liver
finnt vvlileh blazed with garty twenty
years ago will soon he nhtlterated. The
foinier Kile ur the "KolHes" of cllouees-ter-xvill
be nci-upled ,j t, homes nf
men nf Iiralii nnl hi.ivtu ulm will help
huilcl tho shlp.i vvliti-h nte In i-.trrv "vlo
tnrj w 'liners" m-ros,- Hie Atlantic.
The haiiK ,r h.tininer mill n. will
Mart In a few ila. nn the nld buildings
and runner reinii halls,
'I'he nld strut-tiiie which idgo the
I'elawaie. Hie nld rare truck that
htniicht both glnmn nnd happiness In
I'hlladelphla (ports nf earlier davs. the
lliiena VIbIii Until and oilier landniHi'tt.n
will rail III Ihe dust which blazes Ihe
way fnr iternor and tnnrc durable tlihiEs.
It was at the Ituena Vlsln ltntfl that
the late "Hilly" Thompson, familiarly
knottii us the "Ihike of Gloucester.'
lived. It was he who roncelved the
pliinkeil.shad dinner, vvhlcli was one of
the headline attraellona on the Vl'tu
iiienu. The "liiike" made Gloucester
Tlions.inila spent their "week-ends" nt
ntuiiceMer In the early nineties It was i
tin re that wine and music mixed liar-I
inonloiisly for a time nt least, even nn
Sunda.' There was a vaudeville slum
In nearly every concert hall alntiR- the
bench If nne'a lasto ran In other direc
tions there was horse raclnc. baseball
K.iines between the old Athletic Club I
and tailing teams on Hund.iy. and other
fninis nf adventure vvhlcli appealed In
the spnrt nf ample purse.
lke all such plnces. however. Glouces
ter cut beyond control even nf the
"Duke" himself, .lust before it received
lis deathblow he Mnrtcd Washlnclnn
I'aik, a shnrt distance belnw nn the
same Mrip nf Ihe river.
The icnres nf rlilapldated bnathouses
alniiK the Delaware will alsn bo In make
way fur the shipbuilders The Govern
ment will lend the money In build the
shipbuilders' hnmes. which will be paid
back In (en jeailv payment" A survey
has alM been made nf the vacant plant
of the Anemia Prlntlm; Company, alniiK
, the Dclnvvnre, vvlileh was used for vrars
l,J III," cieiiticn ciiiiii,in.v
FRENCH WOMEN HOLDING
JOBS WHILE MEN FIGHT
Will Return to Firesides After War,
Says One Nation Not
N'o. Ihe women of Frant'e weie nut do.
1 cadent befnrp tho war A u type, they
! have always beep true and loyal and
j they've no Idea of usuipliiB the places of
men whose jobs they've taken while le
pollti Is busy llRhtliiB the Kaiser.
That's the way Mile. Blanche C'oulon
nan .iK.irru n. mip i- one o me xery ,
ffw l.Vnel, u'nmni to euve hep nallve.l
cniintry and reach America since tho
world war Marie.i nil. sue , Kain-
1 erne- nf fr ends nhntit Krance mid the
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I .. n,. n n ,,,Anll(v in Hie Ileum f,f Airs
.Inlin Markoe. 1630 I.ocurt street.
"llverywhcre I hear In this country I
how much the .war has done ror
France." she said "No, that Is false ,
The Frenchwoman as a type always hai
been etroiiR and true and loyal, sin
has always loved her home nnd her hur -
band and her children.
"No wa were not decadent before the
war and It Is tint true the war haSiTuikey durlliK
saved us. France always has had
I within her thoso tiualltles vviurit the
world seems to he tllncovcrlnR tonay mm
the war has merely brought tlie.ii :. tl
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"Moreover, no noi tnuiK 1110 i-rcucii
,. 1,-vinir to nsiirn tho nlaces of
i,ft ,,,r. n-n.st is mil ineir snir i
! . .... 1.. knl.llttif 1a tilniiAO frtm limit.
nro nivr i j (luimnh i"- i-i.iv. .-. --t .-
nien, atlfl w-ncil llie men irtitin iiict
woman wants to go hack 1o her home. '
Tlens, I havo held your place for you,"
Elie hopes to say to her beloved I
"For Instance, soon after tho war
started 18,000 men left the postal jerv-1
Ice. Almost Immediately 12,000 women,
nrnrlv all wives of soldiers, had filled .
the ranks. Tills is also true of th f
ctreet-car lines. .
She told how llie women of France
had stepped In and conducted their hus
inn nn cr-" ......
. bands' businesses to keep the life or His
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REDUCE AUTO OUTPUT
.'10 PER CENT. IS ORDER,,
Manufacturers Ajjrcc to Curtail Fro-1
duction This Year ns a Wnr j
,NKW VortK. March 8.A cut of 30 .
nr cent' In the production of pleasure
aiilomoblles during the present fiscal 1
. ,.,,. ha been' ordered as a war mens- 1
1111c ny uie .xaitoutii duvuinuunr urt,,,-,
ber or Commerce. The. reduction ap-
1 Plla lo th" entire iinconipletetl schedule
for the war. I
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Full details concerning the action of
the Chamber of Commerce were not
inado public, but In 4 statement Issued
regarding the decision lo curtail produc
tion It was slt that representatives of
some cf the largest manufacturing con
cerns were buinmoned to Washington re
cently by the War Industries. Board and
th. fuel administration to discuss the
situation, Tho-Blatement continues;
The arrangement for a curtailment
of production Is entirely satlsractcry to
the War Industries Hoard, the fuel ad
ministration and the manufacturers
themselves, permitting the latter to ad
Just their affairs to meet the Government
program without unnecessary business
am financial disturbance."
A special corps of automobile engi
neers will be maintained at the Wash
ington headquarters to assist manufoc
;urers In connection with Government
tyurlc, II was announced.
ci.i. stnlli. IJnail.Work Cost
.n,oniitin Ms. oh 9 IllcllW&V
UAIIItliltitJiiu, . -. -.--. .
nd ; Coinmlasloner O'Nell has agreed to i renew
an ' arrVngement with Fnklln County
nithtrtriR ror rct'uuaii uvuvu . v.
rz.ii... e. T.imAiii, lllchwav be
i IN THE MOMENT'S
Sports Frock of Wood Fiber
Silk and Angora
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This is one of Ihe most fascinat
ing frocks of tlto sprint season,
It is of whito xvood liber silk,
will) tho weave of the material
lieinj; manipulated to produce a
self-trimminpr effect. The col
lar, deep cuffs and tassel ends
of tlio Kirdic are of atiRora wool,
CHAPLIN'S NEW FILM
Movie Comedian to Make
Spring Reappearance in
"A Dog's Life"
Charlie Chaplin will make bis IOIS
,t.rpfI1 ,Mn ,,rP
ToK's Life" at
tho Vlctniln Tlieatm this sprlns. The
llnlshlnc tntiches of the comedian's latest
effort are now beliiK made at tlm Chaplin
plant in Hollywood.
"A Dob's Life" Is Chaplin's first pio
duetlou under his mllllnn-dnllar contract
with the c'irst Natlnnal flxhlliltnrs' cir
cuit. Nearly elKht weeks huvo been re
quiied to lllni tho stnry and while-,lt Is
a trifle lunger than tlm usual two-reel
subject, 40.000 feet of celluloid were
used in carrying; out Hie idea. It Is tho
star's original cteallnn. Tho iialuro of
the picture will be made public a week
prior to tne rieiiniie incase oaie.
TlnoiiRhout the pinductlon I'luiplln np-
amusluK and lovable char
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acler. Kdiia Piirvkince, tho comedian's
, ,,.. ............ 1,u nAiitrnll, senn lit
iriniiiiK m,,i,h,,,. ,.., f,.,.v....... .-. ...
, ;,,., ,,,,. h ,,ct. --A Dog's
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T.ife was prnil let ri uniu-r lilc pt-rstnmi
nil. ""- i
dlrictlon nf I'harlle Cliaplln.
I UEI) CKOSS MAN SPKAKS
i . . rMu M.mk. lln.,
i ntisiness Science Club Mcmbcis Hear
1 0f Famine ill Turkey t
Famine condlllnus in reii.i ami
the picsent war were
lectin e hv Charles t.
at the luncheon of tho
ii,,ui,',esM Sc'ence Club ill llie llellevlie-
Stratfmil. Mr, Ileury, as commissioner i
i ri reilof anil ltd Cross work, left the
I.-..,.... iiJ.ies lost before last Christ-
t.llliv ,w..,rt. H,Pfi,lpI, lllluQln ',,,,1
i mas. if- ,,, ,--", ,., ,,,, ,..,-.
I other couutiles.
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The House that Heppe Built
FOUNDED IN 1865 ADOPTED ONE-MICE SYSTEM IN 1881
C. J. Ilcppc t Son1117'1119 Chestnut Street Cth nnd Thompson Sta.
Records your selection
. . 3.00
Total cost SXI.OO
Pay 13 down, tt.it, monthly.
Records your Selection.
, . a.TB
Total coat SM.T5
Fay II down, 13 monthly,
vicrnoi,A VIII- 113.00
neevrds your election.... 4.00
Total coat 40.oo
Tay 4 down, 13,50 monthly,
vicrnoL. ix-. vstmi
Record your (election,... fkoo
Total cost ,....W2.SO
Tay f5 down, fi monthly.
HOTBEDS AND COLDER AMES ARE
FIRST STEPS FOR HOME GARDENERS
Prepare Simple Wooden Box
and Start Seeds in the Warm Rooms of
BV t'SIXtl lititbetU and cnldfrainei. fori
cunt Ihk out ly plants nf I'abbape,
cauliflower, tnimitn, pepper. ecRplant, !
lettuce mid salary, the Kardeuer m.iy
have larpo plants tn set In the Kaitlen t
as soon as the weather permit" and
thus B.iln thrco or four weeks in ptoduc- !
Ills these mips. Tho hnthed l used to1
M.art the very catty plants while the I
weather Is still cold In 1'clnuarv and
March, and the coldfratne for starting
aler plants fur hiler trnnsnlnnllnc Into
tho R.ilden. The toldfrnnie is al-m used
I lo haiilen off the plants ctowi In the
liolhed. Plants stli In lln- hntbetl arc
' tender mid caniint be taken duett from
thete In the Ktirtlen without h- iiik liaid
etifd off by belnc kept In i t ,-! teui-
t peraturo for ten days nr ttvn week"
llolbpils and cntdfrauie. differ nnh In
that hntheils tna.v have p.t'j. and fer-
' ineulluR hnrso inaiune med as a
source nf heat III the hnthed Inn tint In
the cnldfranie. j
The fiainn ma.v be niatle nf l.nartl.. i
brick nr conciete. If limit nf brick nr
concrete the hotbed walls and ends ex
tend from the bnttnin nf the twn.fnnt pit
tn lint kIiisii sash.
1 The front wall I" frnm elRhi in twelve
Inches above the Kmum! and the liaclt
wall four In l Hit lies IdeliM'. The low
wall fhniild f.iee Ihe frtuth, sn thai the
plants will cet the full lienedl r the
heat nf the un
The ortllnary frame Is made of hoard1
elcht Inches lilKh in front and twelve
inches at the back. 'I'he ends aie made '
tn slnpe frnlll the tnp nf 111. b.n It lt Ihe
top nf the frnnt. A frame of iln kind
'' r""" '"iicil frnm place In place
-Sl,ice the size of kIiihs .ash Is Hire
lit i feet, the tramps r, made i fee
1.1. I I .,.,,...1.. .r t..n li
in width and unne multiple nf three In
IciiKili. tlepetidhiR npnn Hie number of i
-.ash tn he used. Sttmel lines i Inlh in- .
-te.iil nf sah ta used for ttte tnp. I
Tn make u linlbrd, i iimiBh fi.-sh lnil'--e
ii'auinc, withniit Inn miii h --itaw. must
be nblallli'd tn fill Hie pi, nr .tn make ll j
pile upon which Ihe frame Is in be set
The inauute Is lift In a pile until II
gets hot and sleaiulnc It is then foiked
over, throw Ins the miisiue into Hie center
of the new pile Afler about a weei; It
will be hot ucaln and must he forked
nver Into a new pile in a few days It
will be lint iiqajn and should he placed
tn the pit In layeis six Inches deep, each
mm belnc tramped down ilrmly before
the next Is added When the pit Is full,
sptead six Inches nf rich Kardeii soil
over the maniiie and put nn the sash
to prnteel tl frnm rain nr snnw.
To make a suiface hotbed r-pread the
heated manure nn the ground in a six
Inch layer, a bout three or four feel
wider and Innger I Inn the flame. Turnip
this down until the pile l abntil two
feet thick Then eel on the flame and
hank up with manure against flic sides
and ends. Put a six-Inch layer of rich
soil over the maiiuie Inside the frame
and sel mi the s,i"li.
After n few days the bed will become
verv Iml, bill will soon heBln to cool
orf When the temperature Roes down
to Sf degrees l. the Rnttlen seeds should
be planted and Ihe bed warred Great
t-aie Is necessary to give the bed pioper
ventllatloii'aiid yet not chill Hie plants.
The plants must be watered regularly
lo keep them growing iRnrnusly.
After the plants aie huge ennugh fnr
tratisplanllliK and the weather Is mild
eimugli so that the cnldfranie will pin
tect them, they may be set In the cold
frame whore they can easily be "hard
ened oft" by careful ventilation In piepa
ratlon for outdoor planting The plants
can, of course, be hardened nrt In the
hotbed, but that would rnol It down like
Tho colilframe may be used for Rrovv
Inc plants If a hnthed l-i lint available.
but the iced should he planted perhaps
three weeks later than in the hotbed.
Some timet will bo Rained, however, over
waiting to plant nut of doors
Foliage crops, such as lettuce, splnucli
and kale, do fairly well In partial .dinde
but even they need sunshine two or
thrco hours a day. Plants wlth-li must
ripen fruits such ns tomatoes and egB
plant, should havo the sunniest loca
tions. Kaillrr crops can be seemed by plant
ing certain needs Indoors and settliu;
the youiiR plants out III the open pardon
Thief of Time
A (iOOD bonfire clears the car
" den atmosphere.
Any low spots lit your garden?
Filling in or a' little ditching
Your fence again! Js it really
Styles and prices to suit
every home at Heppe'e. In
addition, we have' arranged a
plan through which you can
rent a "Heppe Outfit" a
Victrola and Records and
apply all rent toward the pur
chase. Call, phone or write for
catalogs and particulars of the
Heppe Rental-Payment Plan.
- Time Outfits
VICTllOl, x-A 9KJi.no
necords your seieciion,.., 0.00
Total cost SSO.OU
Tay ii down, IS monthly,
VICTItOt.t Xl-A 1110.00
Records your selection..., S.00
Total cost 1118.00
Tay IS down, It monthly.
VICTIIOI, XIV 1163.00
Records your selection,... 10.00
Total cost 1IT3.0O
Pay 10 down, S monthly.
Records your ailcctlon.
Total cost 1230.00
ray 10 down, 110 monthly,
With Well-Manured Soil !
Spade Your Lot
or You'll lie Shot
TVS kocxI In sit before tlto lire
and vtalcli lite coals a-Mailnc,
far out of reach of Wilhclm's ire
and cruel deeds amaiiiK. It's
pood In cat three ntcak a, day in
en. room ur kitchen and feci that
oil are far away front Hidden
Imrfr's wllil ptchin'. I I'm kihiiI In
mhiikkIc in our bed. in blankets
without number anil not to lie
awake and dread that Hints will
wreck nur slumber. '1'hnt'tt "hat
wo do hack here at litintc, wc
folks of whom I'm writing, who
have tint crossed (he ocean's foam
lo save (lie flac by fiKhtiuk', Hill
how about (he Yankee hoys
who've one anion); the French
men and jjivcii up their fireside
joys (n be a nation's (renchtueii?
It's up lo us to think of them and
sec that they don't sulTcr, and he
who fails we'll all cnitdetnn as
slacker, slob and duffer. We've
e,ot to feed our Kalliint troops and
keep them lit for battle, and if
we don't we're just plain K'tops,
as dumb as driven cattle. We've
jxtit to hustle, vou and I, lo help
to save the nation: we've (jot tn
raise a fond supply as hie as all
creation. (Jet read then In spade
your lot and make a wartime
gnnlcn. If jnu refuse I'll have
vou shot, without a chance for
pardon. Now write to the Na
tional FmerRency Food Harden
Commission at Washington, send
ing si two-rent stamp, anil eel a
free garden printer.
after Ihe weather bet-nines warm. This
may be tlnne with tninalnes. labbage,
h'llll, e. cauliflower, peppel.s and epi;.
Any wntiden box. Miallow and tv itle.
will make an Indoor garden. Put out
Inch nf Ri'.'ivel or cinders In Ihe bottom
for drainage, mid fill to the top wllh
Rood soil, linn s nf plants may be ttvn
Plant eight nr ten seeds In the Inch.
keep the soil damp, and set tho hax- In
a window. When the plants aie an Inch
hlcli tratiFpliint them tn ntlier seed
bnxes, spacing plants twn Inches apart
I'hls Insured sturdy plants with koimI
Mrs. Itorcr on Food Conservation
Mrs Sarah Tyson llorer will lecture
mi "I'noil Cnnservatlnn" in tho Ftiiaiit-n
Committee tlciom, Nn, ijiil. citv Hall,
tills afteinnnli at It o'rtnek The dlvlslnn
nf child Itygietip, lirpailineut nf Public
Health and Charities, Is in i-harRo or
A handsome assortment of
la vallieres attractively set with
aquamarines, ihe popular
A dainty gift is one of green
gold, with an exceptionally line
aquamarine in an octagonal
drop of pierced design, the
connecting link set with a small
S. Kind & Sons, mo chestnut st.
DIAMOND MiaiCHANTS JUWKLURS SILVURtiMITUP
The S. S.White Dental Mfg. Co.
211 South Twelfth Street (Below Walnut)
In 1M4 Dr. Samuel S. White, a Pliiladelphian, started what
is today the largest dental-supply industry in the world. A
single attic room was suflicicnt for the humble beginning of
a business which has tal;cu an active part in the municipal
development that identifies Philadelphia as "the workshop of
In 1868 this same business had grown to such proportions
that ! reepiircd the S. S. White Building, the landmark that
stands at the corner of Chcsitiut street at Twelfth, to accom
modate its various departments.
As lime went on two large independent factories were
erected and other manufacturing space was engaged to take
care of the demand for its products, leaving only the executive
departments and retail store at the Chestnut street address.
In 1918 the Chestnut street building was found to be. in
idequate to meet the rapidly growing needs of its Adminis
trative Departments and Retail Store. This necessitated re
moving them to a new and more spacious building owned by
the Company on March 1 at 211 South 12th street, which was
especially built to suit its increased requirements.
The first floor of its new home is given up to the retail
business, and is especially arranged and equipped for the con
venience of patrons.
S. S. Wliite Tooth Paste the standard dentifrice and all
other S. S. White Mouth and Toilet Preparations are sold
to the public at retail prices, as well as supplies for the Dental
THE S. S. WHITE DENTAL MFG. CO.
V "Since 1844 the Standard"
211 South Twelfth Street (Below Walnut)
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PUSHED BY CONGRESS
I Provision iMado for ARrlcuHurnl
1 moth vrowocr jnnuuni.i:
WASHINGTON. March S. - As the
War Jep.irlnieiit prepared today to call
out iniincious allotments of specially
trained men during the next few mon'tlis
fnr service. Congress today worked on
Important dmft legislation.
The Senate Military Committee favor
nl, l it-ported a me.isutc tn permit draft
of teiliiln aliens.
'I'he llou'e approved tho Sennlo bill
1 iiutlinrizliift furloughs ror drafted men
when they aie needed for farm work
Provost Marshal General I'rowder
-cut out ordeis aulhorlziiiK ilassltlciitlnn
In tl.tss ,-, of all agriculture students In
Hie upper thlid nf their senior year who
enliM in the reserve corps of tho quar-
li i.naster s department.
M Ihe same lime he .1111101101-011 that
in, 11 who hate leached Iwenty-nnn years
it .ice since the first registration will be
,i-simll,iird Into class I mid called nut
together vvltli. imt. after, nthers pre-vinit-iv
placed in class I.
f 6 Reasons
lnre and innre penie every
year beenme wearer' of
For Men and Women
t They instaltlly lellcve tho
pain from swellen Joints,
callous, nun 1 alien nrcnes,
3 The leslllent Cushion
Sole gives perfect ease
in standing and xvalkitiR.
" - Tho Tell and cork insoln
Is a. non-cotidiirtor of
beat and dampness, lnak- 3B3
lug tho shoes wet-proof, S
cold-proof nnd heat-proef Mm
I As th constriietlou and fegj
not the shapn or the gS
shoo Is the secret of. Its S
eoturoit, tho models nro 3
stylish and tip-to-dnte. B
fi. -The best materials and Sj
workmanship nsstiro sat- (Si
tafactnry service. gm
fi. Prices aro always mo-der- 3
Cnutlnnl Iteware or fraud. B
Tho genuine, nriRlual Cushion feBa
Shoes cannot be had any- jg
where In Philadelphia, except 5?
ft No. 8 North 13th St. z
TV 'J , . K1 , .'Vtfv.l
w Modcralclu Z:i.
! Priced ; t
f f ' v 1
BONW1T TELLER aCO.1
For Tomorrow Saturday (
Chic, Toufhful Expressions in.
"JEUNE FILLE" Fashion ;
Individualized Tipcs Specifically
Designed for Misses 14 lo 18 ,
Misses' 'Taillcur Stits
2Q.50 to gs.do
Misses' Serge Frocks
'23.06 to 110.00
Misses' Afternoon Frocks
35.00 to 8g.so
Misses' Dinner Gowns
5Q.50 to 143.00
Misses' Evening Gowhs
65.00 to 95.00
Frocks T w o attractive
models. Suitable for
street and scmi-drcss
In Tupe, Brown, Gray,
Copen blue and Navy.
That the Government controls all
newspapers in Germany is a fact well
known in America, but how is this
What news do German papers con
tain? Are they "yellow" or conserva
How are German successes, and
German defeats reported?
i nese ana many outer aeians rela
tive io me autcinuiuiiun or news "M
through the German press are dealt '.'
with in tomorrow's installment of
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