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Paoli Scheel Official Declares
Parents' Indignation Meeting
Was Net Justified
I CALLS CHILDREN UNRULY
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Trcdyffrin district nclioel benhl and di
rector of the Pnell Scheel, wifd today
that treuble there ' between ntipllH and
teachers, which led te a parent' In In
dlgnatten meeting last night, is Caused
by the largencs of the classes Jind the
unnillness of many of the pupils.
"There are only four teachers," said
Mr. Whltwerth, "for 200 pupils. The
clas-'cs, therefore, are tee large for
"I have Tlsltcd the school many
times. I have found the children in
many instances extremely disobedient.
The teachers nrc net cruel or brutal. In
one Instance, a teacher struck a pupil
In self defense. I think it was justified.
I have heard of ether cases where pupils
threatened te 'bent the teachers up.'
There must he some means found te
keep the children in line, for their own
Charges were made nt the Indignation
meeting that teachers pulled the chil
dren's hair nnd bent them. The meet
ing was held last night at the Itcd Cress
"Humors and downright lies." was
the mnnne: in which II. Hewnrd neb
bins, supervising principal of the
school, snid today when told of the
meeting and charges.
"One bir difficulty we encounter," he
Bald, "is the refusal of some parents te
co-operate with us, and the result is
that the children from these homes are
openly defiant of the teachers' rule.-"
Xaw Teaching Force
Samuel IV. Tencrt the only member
of the llenrd of Education present at
the meeting, said today that he believed
much of the trouble wag due te misun
derstanding nnd lack of co-operation
between teachers nnd parents.
"We havn a new tenchlng force nt
the school,'' he said, "and, nnturnlly,
some difficulties arc being encountered.
One or two of the teachers nre rather
Inexpevlcnced nnd need nld from parents."
As a result of the failure of the ether
members of the Heard of Education te
attend last night's meeting, nnethe.r
gathering has been called for the high
school at llerwyn en November 12, und
all Cue beard member nrc expected te
' One of the most serious complaints
mndi lust nlgnt came trem a .Mrs.
Ilervl. who said her son had been
dragged about the room by the hair by
his teacher, nnd later subjected te ether
severe punishment for some miner in
fraction of the rules.
Says Girl Was Abused
"A c rl nunll who dared nretent
against tills inhumnn treatment wan
subjected te n volley of disgraceful
abuse by tlm teacher," Mrs. Ueryl hnltl.
Walter Eves said thnt his eldest
daughter, Ksther, fourteen years of
ige, hart been struck se violently .across
the face by a teacher that the mark of
the blew was still plainly visible when
Esther reached her home.
"I de net inflict physical punishment
upon my children, and I won't have
tiwbed.v else doing It." be said. "I
called upon Miss Wheatley, the teacher,
and she admitted striking Ksther, but
said that it was done in a moment of
"Frem my knowledge of conditions
at the school, I would bay that the chil
dren are making little progress in their
(turtles and there is an utter lack of
Sajs Ears Were Beel ,
Mrs. M. Lancaster, whose son, Rich
ard, is in MKs Whentley's class,
rharged today that the child had been
truck ever the head four times with a
ruler nnd. his ears were boxed. She
raid he had been punished frequently,
and often the punishment wns uncalled
for. Yesterday, she said, n girl had
asked him a question during nn ex
amination and he hath answered "no."
Thereupon, the mother nlleged, the
teacher refused te let him take the
examination, but gave it te him later,
fearing he would tell his mother and
the matter would be brought up at the
Similar charges are made by ether
parents, and denied or explained by the
.Miss Eva W. Wheatley, one of the
teachers accused of having slapped
Esther Eves, said today that the child
had pushed past her when told te stay
"I breucht her hack." snid tlm
.teacher, "and must have pinched her
prm in doing se. She ran out of the
deer again, shook her fist at me nnd
nert. then, unexpectedly, she struck
le. I slapped her face.
e hnve net lin frnntpil rlt-hr liv
, The children nre hard te handle,
-.-very effort we make Is misinterpreted.
" I'm cms ran meetings and laiK ei
heir grievances. The children knnw
hey don't have te obey. A child will
aj, 'Yeu better let us alone we'll
'II our mothers, and then you'll gel
reii. l his is nn impossible situation.
Inly yesterday a child tnrnm) in nn
xamlnatleii paper which wns smeared
nd dirty. I told her te recopy It, She
topped en her way te her sent and
poke te one of the boys. I found out
mat she had said te him. It was that
er mother had told her she wasn't
obliged te recepyhcr lessens. It seems
te me that they are trying te force us
ninme Ileth Sides
Mrs. William M. Smith, member of
a committee appointed by the towns
people te luvcstlgatq the trouble at the
school, said today she thought the
blame lav en both sides,
, "Pupils nnd tenchcrs alike nre te
blame. ? think," said Mrs. Smith.' "The
township needs discipline. The teach
ers are having trouble largely because
.the classes nre tee large for them te
"I de net see hew wc can solve our
problem unless we get hearty co-operation
between teachers, parents and
EVEttfttG PUBLIC LEDdER-PHlLAEH'IA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER C, 1920,
SLAIN MAN'S WIFE
Wanted Deputy Warden, Who
Was Killed by Priseper,
INJURED MAN ALSO DIES
Dr. Eliza Yerkes Proposes te
Declare Feminine War en
Mrs. W. Harry King, wire of the
murdered deputy warden of Mie Mt.
Helly jail, had a premonition that
Heincthlng would happen te her husbnud
nnd expressed her nope, only n few
hours before her husband was killed by
Harry Asny.'in the Jnil. thnt he "would
geteut of that dangerous job."
King wns one of two men killed by
flic crnzed prisoner. Charles Bartlett, u
tni'ty, whose head was nlse cruMied by
Asflv, died Inst night In the hospital
nt Mt. Helly.
Detective Ellis A. Parker will tedav
mnke n thorough Ipvtstlgntlen of the
case, primarily te establish whether
Asay was reallv crazed from the effects
SURE THEY'RF FFF.f!IFrJTIef ,,rlllk- "r whether a sinister motive is
eunc mci nc ernwen i im.0,vr(Ii ThU )atter commien ,, ,..
sidered possible because hints thnt Asay
hnd made threats against Bartlett some
time ngn have developed; nnd it is
thought that neHslblv Asn.v when he
went en the rmnpnge in the jail, was
really hunting for llnrtlett as Ihe victim.
The Kinu family lived In .Tne street.
Burlington. Fer nine years the Iis-
imnfl una cen employed at tne prison.
Ills wile erten lniecnted tier iceiini;
thnt the "job was dangerous" and
wanted her husband te get nnether pe-
bitien. SI e said :
"I hnd n feeling yesterday morning
that something might happen. When hu
started for the Jail. I told him hew
dangerous his work wns; hew I often
ay awake nights wondering if some
thing, or anything, could hnppcn te him.
He often I hoped he would get nnether
Jeb. And new he's dead."
Just hew nearly her hopes of nnv
ine her husband nult his nlnce for an
ether were possible of fulfillment Is
nreblemnt cnl. but Sheriff-elect Piatt,
who takes office in Burlington county
with the new year, might very read
ily have nrrnnged for King te retire
with honors nfter nine years' service,
Stirred by statements of n prominent'
professor of dentistry nt the University
of Pennsylvania belittling women ns
dentists, Dr. Ellzn Yerkes. for thirty
years a successful practitioner, will pre
sent the matter te the Women's Dental
It was Dr. It. Hamllt D. Swing, pro
fessor of oral surgery and anesthesia at
the University who made remarks that
have reused Dr. Yerkes and ether prom
inent women dentists of the city.
Dr. Swing held his sister dentists te
be excellent en theory nnd admitted
that women made geed teachers en some
subjects in dentistry but he summar
ized by contending that they never made
"I have never yet seen any high
class work done by a woman dentist,"
he said. "Their work is sloppy."
"I am surprised te hear Dr. Swing
mnke such assertions," Dr. Yerkes said
this morning between busy moments nt
her office nt 4004 Chestnut street. "He
has only te leek around him te find the
successful woman dentist. I personally
have bean practicing for thirty years
and I am sure I wouldn't have done
that if I were net in some measure suc
cessful. "Mere and mere women are taking
up dentistry every year nnd they nre
successful nt it because they are vir
tually suited te it. Women nre con
scientious nnd patient. These arc their
outstanding virtues nnd thnt Is what the
practice of dentistry requires.
"A woman holds the chair of dental
hygiene at Columbia University. That
doesn't prove that wc nrc se bnckward.
does It? As for the contention that
women s work is sloppy, that is absurd
Of course it isn't. But the work stands
for itself nnd deesn t admit of argument.
"I shall bring Dr. Swing's state
ments before the Women's Dentnl Se
ciety at its next meeting, which Is In
BIG RISE IN TAX RECEIPTS IN
FIRST 10 MONTHS OF YEAR
City's Income Frem All Sources
During Period Is $59,274,600.73
Receipts from taxes by the city of
Philadelphia for the first ten months
of this year arc greatly In excess of
the same period last year. Taxes re
ceived from all sources last month
amounted te $2,050,141.80. Fer the
first ten months of this year taxes re
ceived from nil sources nmnuntcd te
?.-0,'274,000.7.1. Taxes received from
all sources for the first ten months of
11)10 amounted te $40,214, 507.1)8.
Taxes from real estate during Octo
ber, 1020, were $1 .045.1 71 .82. while
'for the first ten months of this year
the receipts from real estate taxes
nmeunted te $:,070.2:7.72 ; ns com
pared with $27,052,817.08 from this
source during the first ten months of
The school tax received for October
was $347,121.00, and for the first ten
months of this year, $12,880,081.20.
Fer the first ten months lust year it
Water rents during October amounted
te $273,137.20, und for the first teii
months of this year $5,805,800,115, com
pared with $5,350,288.80 collected due
ing the first ten months of last year.
CHANGE IN TITLES
OFDITY JOBS URGED
Civil Service Reform Associa
tion Tells Mayer 12,000 Are
NO EXPENSE TO CORRECT.
Deputy warden of the Burlington
county, N. .! Jail, nt Mt. Helly,
who was hilled by Hurry Asay, a
(Irin1-crn7cd prisoner, who also
fatally Injured a trusty of the Institution
MERION SPEED TRAP ENDS;
FLAWS FOUND BY CLUB
Act Net Compiled With In Signs or
Taking of Records
As a result of pretests made by the
Keystone Automobile Club the speed
trap which hns been established at
Merien by Main Ilne police for the pur
pose of fining motorists has collapsed
and efforts will be made te hnve all
The section used ns n trap was In
Merlen en Highland, Wynucwoed aud
Merlen avenues. The police were es
pecially vigilant during the last week.
Complaints were made ugalnst mere
than 200 nutomebilists, chnrgltfg them
with driving iir excess of fifteen miles
nn hour in a fifteen-mile zone. Fifteen
of the motorists were fined.
J. Mnxwcll Smith, hecretnry of the
Keystone Club, pointed out te Chief of
Police Dennghy that the signs establish
ing the fiftccn-mlle meter vehicle act of
1IU0 were incorrectly worded. They
should benr the words "fifteen-mile
wiui nullum nin.1 uiuu jtm.i - i '-- l , ,, , ,, , , , i At
and In the filling of the nppelntivcl speed limit." he contended, whereas the
Titles of 12,000 municipal positions
can be changed te deslgijate mere cer
rectly the character of work performed
if the Philadelphia classification report
is adopted, Mayer Moere was informed
today in a letter from a committee of the
Civil Scrvice Reform Association.
This new system of title enn be put
Inte effect without nuy additional cx-
pense whatever, according te the letter
which is signed by Albert bmlth Fought,
lArthur K. Hutchinson and J. Henry
Appended te the communication is a
list of what are termed "specific in
stances of misleading titles." The list
Ucnerat Inspector, assistant civil engineer.
(llre.ter' offlce. Works.
Inspector, assistant highway engineer.
Machinist foreman, assistant mechanical
Mweeper and cleaner, assistant storekeeper.
llecerd clerk, attorney, rollce.
Heleer. barber. Hospitals.
Carpenter, blacksmith. Water.
Krclncer of uenstiuctlnn. HullJInc
epecter. umiainx inspector.
Activities at Venn
" Scheduled for Today
10 o'clock Sophomore vlgllnnce
committee meeting, 3018 I-ecust
street. . .
10:30 o'clock Junier -prom
committee meeting, 3014
1 o'clock Freshman
game. Frnnklln Field.
2 -30 o'clock Faculty
William Ncwbeld, en "Plate,
2:30 o'clock Football game,
Pennsylvania vs. Pittsburgh, Frank
8:30 o'clock Senior Dance,
Object te Joining Meeting of
Veterans Until New Com Cem
1 mrttee Approves
MILITARY FUNERAL HELD
' The American Legien, through n
committee of five representatives headed
by James Frances Ryan, of Dennhue
P st, Ne. 300, presented te the meeting
of the combined veterans' conference in
the Widener Hill dint; last nlcht a
resolution setting forth its rensen for
net participating In the conference ns
it is constituted nt the present time.
This resolution, which was ndepted
by the county committee of the Arrjerl-'i
can Legien at Its meeting last Wednes
day night, recited thnt a previous In- '
derscment of the conference by the
Legien county committee had been
adopted under n misapprehension ; that
the American Legien in this county
favors ro-ep"rntlnu with ether vet
eran organizations, but docs net favor
the nresent combined veterans con
ference; nnd thnt thp Legien preferred
tn defer Its participation in any such
conference until such time, as the new
county committee bad been nrgnnlzed In
Philadelphia and hnd placed its stamp
of opprevel en such n preposition.
The committee, which represented the
position of the Legien nt the confer
ence, consisted of Mr. Ryan ns chair
man, Geerge S. Stewart. Jr., of How Hew
ard R. MrCall Pest, Ne. 20: Harris
W. Watkins. of Frnzer liarnltz Pest,
Ne. 250; W. II. Dullarry, of Harry.
Ingcrsell Pest, Ne. 174, and I. O. Gor Ger Gor
eon Fnrster, of Jeseph Vnsella Pest,
Harry L. Greenwood Pest, Ne. 332,
of which Rebert Hanna is commander,
conducted a military funeral at 1 :30
o'clock this afternoon nt 1837 East
Adelph Pricken, Who Reformed
and Made Millien, Accused
SERVED IN PRISON HERE
ipiere teDine j
SEEK ARMY CAPTAIN
Theodere C. Heek Thought te
Victim of Aphasia
Theodere C. Heek, former army cap
tain and mechanical engineer, who dis
appeared from his home. 5438 Cnthnriue
street, nine days age, is believed te he a
victim of aphasia, nccerdlng tn the po
lice, who arc conducting a country
wide senrch for Mm.
Heek left his home en October 20 te
make n trip te New Yerk te accept a
new position. He never reached ills des
tination. He wns a captain in the Ord
nnnce Rerserve Cerps, being nppelntcd
March 2,0 1020. His wife suiil that he
has been suffering from nervousness
since liis return frpni tlie army, und
hnd been very sick ut times, although
never under the enre of the doctor.
Falls Frem Crib, Breaks Back
Fulling out of n crib in the CnClielic
Renevelent Heme late last night, Cecelia
Smith, a twelve-month-old babv sus
tained a fractured spine. She is in a
serious condition at the Pennsylvania
nlaces under the Piatt reelmc It is net
unlikely that n change would have re
sulted. The body of King wns taken te Bur
lington Inte yesterday. His son is a
rnllrend empleye, nnd when the truln,
of which lie is n member of the crew,
arrived at "Mt. Helly, he was told of
the occurrences nt the jail. He was Im
mediately relieved from duty, nnd nc nc
cempnnicd the body of his fnther te the
little home in Jenes street.
Follewlug the murder, Asay was
placed in the upper cell tier und strip
ped of Ills clethiug. This because there
were no actual eycwltneses of the mur
derous nttneks en King and Rartlctt,
and the authorities wauted Asay's
clothing for evidence.
The murder of King, and the nttnek
en Hnrtlett which later resulted in his
death, were made by Asuy shortly after
neon yestcrdny. Asay used a stove steve stove
neker as a weapon. He hnd been com
mitted for a short term for disorderly
conduct. His home is iu Sprlngdnle, n
hamlet near Hurlingten.
CARTER LEIDY GETS JOB
Flfl Wldener's Husband Takes Shep
Course at Berwick
Mr. and Mrs. Carter II. Leldy, the
latter formerly Miss Flfi Widener, of
this city, arrived in Berwick yesterday
te mnke their home while Mr. Leldy
takes n shop course in the Berwick
pluut of the American Car and Foun
dry Ce. After completing the nhep
course, it is expected Mr. Leldy will
go te the general offices of the Ameri
can Car and Foundry Ce. in New. Yerk
. DEATHS OF THE WEEK
Recerd Is Slightly Lewer Than Last
Week and Year Age
Deaths throughout the city during the
week totaled 400, according te the
weekly bulletin issued today by the
division qf vital htntNtlcs, Bureau of
Health. Last week 413 deaths were
recorded, while during the week ended
October 20, 11)10. there were 413 deaths.
The deaths and the cause fellow :
Tjphelil fever 1
Scarlet fever I
WhoepInK ceunh 1
Dlplvlierm und croup ft
Other tptdemic diseases
signs used in Merien arc worded "Dan
ger Run Slew."
The nttentlen of the Merien authori
ties was also called. te the fact that the
manner of tnking the speed wns illegal.
The uct requires that at least two of
ficers shall tuke the speed, and that
ene must be stationed at cuch end of n
measured course, which must be at least
one-eighth of n mile in length. The
Merlen police were stationed together
at the one end of the course.
IAN BUYS THREE GUNS TO
GUARD $50; ROBBED OF ALL
thieves De Carpenter Werk and Tinroefing te Enter Heuse,
Getting Cash and Pistol Papertveight
Other forms of tuberculesa
Ciincer and inullKnant tumors
Apoplexy nnd neftenlnK ef brain
Organic diseases of the heatt
rneumenla . .
ether dle.iseB of respiratory system.
n'xeasts of I'm stomach
Diarrhea and enterltus
Appendicitis and tjphllltl
cirrhosis of liver
Acute nephritis and IIHkIUh disease. . .
Noncancereus tumere '
GEMS AND ROBBERS' TOOLS
FOUND IN CAR; RIDERS HELD
Flashlight. Mask and Cartridges
Help Reuse Suspicions
A quantity of cartridges, n black
mask, flashlight nnd several diamond
rings nnd stickpins found in the expen
sive automobile which they were encrat-
ing, led te the arrest of two young men
in n garage at Lelaml nnd Poplar streets
last night ns suspicious chnrncters. 'flic
suspects refused te answer questions
concerning themelves, rtie police snid.
They gave their names at the Nine
teenth and Oxford streets stntien ns
lCdward Regan, twenty-one years old,
Twenty-ninvh street nenr Columbia
avenue, nnd F.rnest Stabler, twenty -two.
Peplnr street near Fifteenth.
Returning te the garage where they
had a dispute ever a hill nn the previous
night, ilie two young men wanted te
store their car for the night. The ga
rage manager notified Policeman Rleh
ards nnd Stuhliiecker who placed the
men under urrest after finding the nrti
cles enumerated and n flask of whisky in
FRUSTRATE SAFE ROBBERY
Policemen Investigate Strange Can
dle Light and Frighten Off Thieves
A police sergeant and a district de
tective from the Frent nnd Master street
stntien prevented a safe robbery nt Sec
ond and 'Oxford streets early this morn
ing when they investigated n candle light
in u building.
The attempted robbery was In the iron
works of William L. Xee & Ce., t,outh t,euth
cast corner of Second and Oxford
streets. Police Sergeant O'Brien nnd
Detective Haley, pusslng by en the op
posite side of the street, mw a light
.suddenly extinguished. They forced
their way iu through a rear deer and
discovered the office safe with ItR hinges
pnrtially cut away nud the combination
lock tampered with. Ne truce of the
thieves could be found.
HURT AT NAVY YARD; DIES
(iurliehl Jacksen, twenty-uine years
old. of 2223 Bolten street, died tills
morning in St. Agues' Hospital from
injuries received Thursday when a 700 700
peunil iron pipe fell en him. The ac
cident occurred at League Island Navy
Yard, where Jncksen wns employed.
(Oombensallen rnte Is S4GO hlffher. for an
"ens-lneer of construction" than for ordi
nary bulldlnK Inspectors.)
Ceal passers, cleaners. Water.
Captain, uencral carpenter. Xlrc.
(Receives I4U0 mere than ether carpenters
of the same class In the same bureau.)
Carpenter. Inspector of real estate. City
Uulde. Itupectar of venders' licenses. City
i repeny. .
I'umpman. Junier account clerk. Electrical. I
Mrux-lnl Insner.tnr. lunler clerk. Health.
.. Registering clerk. Junier messenger. Re
ceiver of Taxes.
Assistant estimator. Junier stenographer.
Mate. Junier typist. Dept. of Wharves.
Decks and Ferries.
Helper, lamplighter. Charities.
Uuard. painter foreman. Charities.
Uuard. plumber and ntpentter foreman.
Charities. . .
Uweeeer and cleaner, plumber and pipe
fitter helper. City Property.
Skilled laborer, porter. City Prenerr.
Street sergeant, principal clerk. Police.
Captain, principal clerk. Fire.
Sanitary Inspector, principal clerk. Health.
Assistant Inspector, prosecution clerk,
Special agent, publicity agent. Decks.
Matren, reglstcifid nurse. Charities.
Inspector, senior account clerk. Highways
Steam engineer, senior account clerk. Fire.
Storekeeper, senior account clerk. Klec
Guard, senior clerk. Charities.
Sauare superintendent, senior clerk. City
District Inspector, senior clerk. Elevator
Inspector. , ....
District Inspector, senior messenger. Wel
fare director's office,
Heseman. senior stenographer. Fire.
Inspector, senior tax clerk. Water.-
C-nulkep. storekeeper. Water.
Plumber's helper, watchman. City Prop
erty. eiler, watchman. Water.
Fireman, weigh clerk, Electrical.
WHO HAS SHjUSTER'S HAT?
Somebody hns the brand-new $18
brown fedora hat of Durell Shuster, sec
retary te the Mayer. Mr. Shuster has
somebody's brown fedora hat worth
about fifty cents. The exchange took
place in a restaurant near City Hall,
where the signs rend, "Watch Your Hat
nnd Ceat." Jeseph K. Costclle, chief
of the bureau of claims of the city selic
iter's office, dined with Mr. Shuster yes
terday. Beth hung up their hats. When
the meal was ever and Mr. Shuster
gathered in the checks Mr. Cestellcr's
bat was still en the hook. Mr. Shustcr's
lint, hnd gene. In its place was the
dingy "lid"- left by the man who took
the new one.
Adelph Prlckcn. who served terms In
this city nnd New Yerk for thefts aggre
gating 505.000. and then "went
straight" and became n millionaire, is
accused of swindles totaling $."00,000 in
New Yerk city.
Pricken, who made his money In
warehouses and ether operations, had
n hearing in tlie Federal District Court.
In Manhattan, yesterday and wns net
released until he hnd posted $30,000
Pricken, who served four yenrs and
five months In prison here beginning in
1005. wns arrested this week en charges
preferred by Themas Fvncs. of Brook
lyn, who said Pricken sold him
"dummy" stocks nnd premised annual
returns of CO per cent.
Fynes snys he Invested $15,400 en the
nriul nf Pricken. The nresecutlnc nu-
therltlcs say Pricken get half a million
dellnrs by financing tlie "dummy com
panies. Pricken and his ntterncy. Peter P.
"Smith, denied the charges and said proof
of innocence would be produced nt tlie
trial, which is set for next week.
Prlcken's confessed thefts in this city
totaled $35,000. These in New Yerk,
for which he served time Chcre later,
were $30,000. He said yesterday he
made restitution te the New Yerk firm
nnd is negotiating with the Philadelphia
firm te pny back what he stele here.
Prlcken's rise after being' released
from jail in New Yerk wns phenomenal.
At present he is vice president' of the
Coastwise Warehouses. Inc., and re
puted te be a millionaire.
'Trelley Car Jumps Track
Mrs. Bessie Carter, 2055 Helbroek
avenue, fainted, nnd Miss, Vcta Wilsen,
'J004 Seuth, itounfen sjyreet, wns siigntiy
bruised when a Reute 45 trolley car en
Elmwood nvenue jumped the track this
morning nt Fifty-eighth street, due te
a broken spring. Beth were treated by
a physician and sent home. Traffic en
Elmwood nvenue wns tied up for ever
an hour nnd a half, necessitating n de
tour for cars of Routes 45 nnd 30 by
way of Woodland nvenue.
Te Install New Recter
Bishop Rhinelander will officiate
next Wednesday evening at the in
stitution of the Rev. Albert n. Helt,
the new rector of Christ Church, Sixth
and Yennnge streets.
serving the best Chinese
and American Feed in
Our Luncheons for
55 Cents Including one
entree, 2 vegetables, bread and
butter, tea or coffee.
Can't Be Bmatenl
Try Our Special
SUNDAY $1 OC
at Luncheon, Dinner and Supper
1023-25 Market St.
Open Frem 11 A. M. te 1 A. M.
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Important Gifts Silver
Ice Cream Dishes
Personal Cliristmas Cards
Smart Theatre Parties in Search of Distinctive
Oriental Surroundings Invariablu Gather at the
AT 1016 CHESTNUT STREET
Served Frem 5 te 8
Finest American and
Chinese Feed Best Service
All feed prepared and service
under strictest official inspection
Daily Business Men's
A. M. te 2 P. IU.
Dancing Except Sunday
12 te 2, 6 te 8, 10:30 te 12:30
Private Beet lis and Parties
This Restaurant Has Been Open Every Day
Since Opening Day
Feed, Service and Surroundings
That Are Yours te Enjoy
s1 Luncheon-Platters 70c te$1
or a la Carte Service
Dancing During Luncheon, Dinner and Supper
Geerge Goebel's Musical Entertainers
iSSt rfBS r I
y.ih m m. a rc?
All ether discuses f.S
1 Itll thrPn lnntlml M.mU... t lilt
bedroom, Hcnjiunin IIcN-r, n grocer,
! iwenty-geventh nnd Federal streets,
h.? ? . "re of llls eenfidence, IMser
lieit ij.ll) in cash en hln hureiui. One of
ine revelvpm rnatn.i .... ...- .. .1... .......
"lit (Iiirlnc tlm nltriit ti,i..;...u i,.i
fn and took money, revolve and all.
enfln" n'ueble en-ppntering nnd tin-
S t ,"1 ,v,rc evidently aware nl
ti.fnct t,mt lhn Breeer was 11 heavy
. The hurclnrs firi.1 nlitnl,,ul in.i.i
K ,n . nor by building where repairs
fcnn.. i B ."""" Tll(,y ,1C moved the
Km"1. '!i "i0 lineman place nnlde.
vm- ine luiidcr with braces, ripped
nanlin" bhuttr which would net open
l..u ' rnvcu several panes et
Kia te open a window.
Mii. Ti ' ': "" vimierH " pi eu
pnairs aside iinr um.....i . '!....
Mr taste they "Cr0 ratl,er altli,tlc ,n
That the imrnlni. ll. 11.. i .1 1
hinilnln. it 1 ' l"vm ll lima in
jamming the house was evidenced hv
L,.Vi"(Lral Lni" Pf the voemj thU
""'"g. UlOtUlna Was. .'taken Jf rnm'
(cvcral closets, carefully examined aud
left op the iloer. Itureau drawers were
rilled. Articles which did net appeal
te the vlMiturH were left iu neat piles.
Hciser bought the revolvers because
numerous ether homes In the neighbor
hood liad been robbed.
It in believed the burglars were aware
of his habits and were somewhat ac
quainted with the interior nf the house.
Opportunity for Real
There Is an epenlnir In our ergnnlza.
tlen for the right cnllher man te
represent ua In th sale of Pcnnsvl
vnnln Main Ilne Heil Kstate. We
havn an established clientele In this
section nnd profera mnu familiar with
the territory. We hnve no tlme for
triflers and only a man accustomed
te success need apply. This Is a
lucrative connection for the right
mnn. All replies treated strictly con
fidential. SMULLEN & BARRY
1200-11 Liberty Dldg.
Bread & Chestnut
nnd patrons for the confi
dence they recently dis
played in the integrity of
tjiis Bank and for the val
ued assistnnce they ren
dered us in restoring pub
and Trust Company
Julius Dombre President
Leuis Kelsky. .Vice President
We Open Our
N. W. Cor. Ninth and
About February 1, 1921,
with day and night service
The Notable Feature
in Reeds'9 Repricing Sale is
the fact that all of the cloth
ing is of superior type, and is
K mj reaaiiy distinguished from the
clothing sold tn ether stores.
The Repricing represents an
advantage te purchasers of
ty.-. ' Ten te Fifteen Dollars en each
" I V 4 t SV W 1 lVl firm J
JACbB MEED'S SONS
1424 -26 CHESTNUT SX
Sunday Evenings at
We have planned a most
unsual table d'hete dinner
en Sunday evenings from 6
until 9 o'clock at three
dollars a cover.
Concert in the Palm Court,
under tlie leadership of
Henri of the Ritz rjetel in
- 1209 Market Street
Special Sunday Dinner, 1.25
lUlly l.tinrhren. Bar
OrclifKtrti, Uanc'c from te te !2 r.M
'-:ni; m nnenr rrmssryt
Bread at Fairmount Ave.
under management of
W. B. KUGLER
Iargt and small banquet
rooms, splendidly equipped for
dlnlnkT functions and audi
torium (with stage) eratlnu
400 Kiiests. sultabla for
WTSDDI.N'OS. DANCES AND
LEON ANDRE GOEBEL
Manager, formerly of
ITiJJK.' . TX-.
Voul rill llke our "cnnl"
IV . i '" Prompt srnlrr
fe? IJftch. " """ """'I
Mrnu rhnncrd dally
35-37 Seuth 16th
3 ! 5.30 p.m.
Our Plantation Chef
"111 liatr rtadr for oe
Alse Kterr Thnrsilsj Kit.
1 e 8. KI Meullirrn
$1 I JJ "PfJ-lullir. In ratrrlnc
XI Halls. WkIiIIih., 7m.
P.jtlllllllllllUIIIIIII 40 (ill. I0TII BT. HtJIIIIIIIIIKItlu.?
12 N. OTH ST.
OYSTERS IN EVERY ST
OPEN ALL NIGHT
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