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I'.. i?ji.i.. Marr age ana economy
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rf'-?f wr Sruii of l.t Monday .vo
, f-Jn i0 Arlington asks W advice as
f DM C-..V.',irr?r Lome .time later. 'De-
" BrtTldlM ' d,J Ur CJ.hU.rf.h
' .?,' noi.by any -to bo enured Into
P.2 or lightly" but reverently, dls-
Siiledl soberly, and In the fear
earth, advlsea y. -,.-, . ...J that
'"M nod our H,venly Father, -said
nest MiMSi:!.. T will. make a help-
f'n f .w,r US a week and com-
on ray night and throwing the
M.nf "., ,' hs wages) In hli wife's
,a'J?rUhM happy home, The wife
. tf.Uband so trusts her.
If ' r fill to see i""1, almost houdio mai
' Let .hould not do as much, yea even take
i !PaX to Y bulldlne; association, and
Att shares, ie .... .,.,- wki !.
T.n ItoM rlht themselves, which they
ttB ?. ihn can buy hla own home.
t'1: JL.h.nd .hould have no expemee out-
,14. of'hH heme.
JL "his home. Marrying la a partner.
01 . - .nj wife urn nna. not two:
.(Jo ena.m.n -"" --.. ,..,. .
rut marred ana i unto ..u ....... .....
.Vtfc. wedding and make your promise, the
2. iVhe other, to "hare and to hold
. SJ thli day forward (how long?) till death
JfSs part? according- to Clod's holy ord
', ,, nd thus do I plight thee my troth."
1 " would auggeet that the btlde continue
V .& poSltlon until the fall, and let both
' Mrefuliy hueband their reaourcea not aep
f TrKtir hut collectlve.y.
V ',"" DAVID Ii. WITJIEK.
v i.ii.,4.lnhu June IS. 1021.
K V. . T. -..
Relief for atricKen unina
Ii Jt'fM'"'0'''''' the E.cnlnmPiiWC L,taaer:
Sir BcMrrlng 10 me eiaiennni mqt in
..'. ..nr hv xtr. Thomaa W. Lamont.
t I the effect that there ia no further need
Y ti hetb by the famine dlatrlcta of Northern
vir columns to the followlnr cable rei
nlied by thi China Inland MUslon from
tWr luperlnterdent In the Jtwelchow Trov
la; Wr. D. r I'lke, dated Kwelyang,
JWW'.- .. , . ...... . ..
'Tamine prevail. luny cjiair.cui neti
leg upward two million people: dlatreea
innil. financial help urgently needed; cable
idt available relief."
Whatever may be the situation In North
,m China the condltlona In the aouthweat,
li lh provlncea of Kwelchow and Yunnan,
Hi duperate. It la sincerely hoped that
th publication of the atatement by Mr.
Umont wilt not deter any from sending
the grtatly needed help to the stricken
pocli In Kwelchow and Tunnan, There are
mnr channels through which relief may
i, lint. THOMAS L. IIODUE.
mueilphta, June 11, 1021.
Peace, but at Victor
Tih Editor c th Evening Public Ltdgers
Sir "Replying to "A. B, O." In the
Hllele ''We were too late to win." I do
act claim that we won the war, and I
do not think the majority of my comrades
who served overseas ay they did. I do
not know who "A. E. Q." la, nor do 1
cart. I think he Is taking ft slam at
the oms who did serve. As to Oermany
rieiy to throw up the sponge, I do not know
whirs Jie got his facts. Sure, they were
rtily to make peace as vlctora.
k! ., , , WILLIAM H. DAIUl.
nUadelphla, June M, 10J1.
Criticize Admiral Slmt' Statement
TtlUetitorof the .Euenmp Public Ledger:
,Slr--We. the soldiers, satlora. marines and
".".v Lw"? wofkers. native-born citizens.
of the "World War. and readers of your
pipsr, feel thit Hear Admiral Sims, o.
?" "vy,; n hla late London speech, haa
laiolted both our patrlottam and our eyra
Wiy; toward a race of people who are
Ming held down to alavery by the aame
autocrats who tried to hold the one. that
trarely fuught for Independence of this coun-
'X1.".1?7? ani1 1776- Ho clalm be Irish
Jill Irish descent In thla llberty-lovlng. free
JM Independent country of oura are "hy
Tenites." It la tr.-e that this Kepublle and
lie new Itepubllo of Ireland will ba con
JfW together along v,llh other countries
VXr ." ",nonc'l autocracy and In
Mlita democracy and set up a government
rtin the people auall rule.
la another paragraph extracted from hla
unwelcome speech to the ones on this side
of the water ho atates that v. are Ameri
can! when wo want money and Sinn Fein
t's en the platform. To Admiral 81ms.
IMough your paper, we wish to ray that
wi era not the ones who take the platfoMi.
wt ire are In full sympathy with any men
or body of .men who have the courage to
eiprm their feelings with a clear con
elence, and wo do not hesitate a minute to
y that Senator Iteed, from Missouri. Is
on of thoae who haie to be shown ; but e
in men who loe our constitution and would
fljhtany time or pla e for what It stands for
o4 are In sympathy with any people who
(bt for their rtshts. llbertv. uilr mil
C Purault of happiness, the same as Washing-
IP tOn fOUeht th nrm tn . Knm dU. I.
Does be recall the fact that. 40 per cent
f 01 .Washington's army waa Irish. Also let
mm look up the Gold Star Mothers' Assoc!
Hon and he will find a great many of
Inoie mothers of Irish blood. Also let him
look over the Hot of names of tlio hero
Wad who are being returned to thla countr:
ani he will find quite a large percentage
Uriah and Irish descent among them Then
let him look over the slacker llsf and ho
111 find ery few Irish names. Then we
" rot hesitate to say to Mr. Sims that
iJ" mer'cana because it Is great and
"tnt to bo Americans and not because It
Mrs to be Americans.
J we have restricted Immigration to 3
Pr cent It would be well to look him over
1. I.!'0 ,??" back to thB here he
Jts bis mini. Wo demand an apology of
m for the p-marka lie has made which
ii? ,".r h,ar" ana "hleh can never be
''la till he does apologize or the oneh
" power of our Oovernment bring Iilm !.
we tham for an investigation.
I,... 8c'!J'll,n?' but not foroettlng thoM un
Jurt and Inhumin assertions, wo oign our
fanws and addresses as follow a: y
,tLT"nS J,Iara' 20 North Thlrty-second
feet. Charles I. Gibbons. 23oB UonafTtm
IV,:.rsL; nirin,r' 2881 W,,t Lhlgl.
" m. ". Charl" ny. 123 North Twenty,
.il .,,If": D,nlel Dlrgan. 1B16 Hollywood
iir..'..' ?anl" 'lQnnberry, 2112 South Front
A- '. Jamea A "odgers. 2 North Ilohln
!??.",;'' ,JaTe" J' F,ynn' W u"n1
ismoen. N j,. Jarnes Crawford, 0114
,""ler 'treat. William Orady, 8813 Walton
air.T Kl "' chMlck. 2923 Holbrook
!i.!!.i 8ne" " "'on. 2U3 South Front
if. i ' J.1hn n,ck' ll4 Hoftman street! Mar
n Urello. us Vernon etreet: C. Hock. 2020
Hfuth Dorrance street; Leo F, Phelan. Fifty.
"UN and Race streets. Joseph Madden. 283
Minnueuce Op.nlng leoture. 8 P. M.. free
Wn ,un a7 Literature.
5T C()LLr,OF 1730 CHESTNUT ST.
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Pi V liters to
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M-Jy!.r.. ' f
"2 .mount of salary . considering our
ft? '. editions, small, but It was a very
i ' ere""-' nVf!ii,!iOI, before 1014 that
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South .Eighth street! Thomas Lyona, 228
North' Mole istreeti J. F. Gallagher, 5230
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Arch streetl Itobert Ward, 1410 Snyder
Phllade'phla, June IB. 1821.
The Coat of Clothing
To fc Bdilor 0 the uenti0 J'ubllo I.tiatr
Sir Why not aak Mr, Hoover or the
Fede a Trnde Commission to Investigate the
disproportionate Increase In the cost of
clothing peak prices 205 per cent and pres
ent prices 122 per cent higher than In 1014?
What can the explanation be for the preaent
high prices? Surely they are not high prices
of raw wool or cotton. B 1 u-
Philadelphia, June 13. 1021.
For a Buying Campaign
To tht Editor o the Evntno Publlo Ledger:
Kir Thin la Ih lima for all of US tO help
...In,. trnA IIm.. In A.. n-linlfV. TllA Only
ry we can do this la to begin buying. Prices
ro about as low as they can be. wo can i
hope to lower them more until the Industries
are up In proouctlon. and there can n,ver
be production until there Is a demand for
all kinds of merchandise.
There will be no demand unless we all I
get busy and begin buying the things we
want or need. The railroads won't have
freight to handle and tho manufacturers
won't be able to hire help because they
won't have any goods ordered for shlpmtnt
unlen you and every one else starts Buying.
So "let's go." JOHN T, lIAIUiOP.
Philadelphia. June IB. 1921.
A Job for Some One
To the Editor of the Evening ruWo Ledger:
Slr-rWho Is going to be the "big man"
to knock the peak oft the high price of coalY
The railroads, Induatrlea and private con
sumer are entitled to a "square deal," and
until ws get ccal prices down we will find
It Impossible to meet lower prices In freight
rates, manufacturrd products, rents based
upon heated apartment and a savlnc to the
private consumer. Can the laboring man ac
cept a lower wAge with coal prices where
Hey now stand t
Who is the man or body of men to gle
thla matter of coal prices attention? Win
ter Is not'so far oft and coal men are urging
to fill your coal blna now. Why not get
coal prices down along with other com
modities? W. F. D.
Philadelphia. June 11. 1021.
Married Women and Employment
To the Editor of the Evening Public Ltdgpr:
Sir In a recent Issue a lady signing her
self "Married Woman" made a complaint ct
being unable to get employment In office
work. My oplnlcn la that she should be at
her home doing her duty a n housewife.
There are thousands of men out of work
looking for Jobs, many of whom hive fam
ilies to support. If all the women would
stay at home attending their home duties,
seme of these men who are out of work
would be able to support their families
and not depend on charity. I know of
many case where the husband has a Job
and the wife also, taking the Job of n man
who haa a family depending upon him. If 1
were an employer no married woman would
get a Job In my concern.
S. K. DILLMAX.
Philadelphia, June 13. 1021.
A Bergdoll Suggestion
To the Editor of the Evening Publlo Ledger:
Sir The Federal Qcernment has seized
the fortune of Grower Cleveland Bergdoll
Why would It not be an excellent scheme to
selca the fortune of his rrother alsoras an
alien enemy, and, instead of putting her
behind the bara for her expressions of dls
loyalty to our country, send her to Oer
many. Then after they are both over there
Iralst on their never being allowed to return
to the United States. Their fortunes might
be used In ghlng wounded ex-service men
additional attention and care.
W. I.. DKCK.
Philadelphia, June 13, 1021.
To the Editor of tha Evening Publlo Ledger:
Sir Could you tell me If the boys who
enlisted In Washington are getting a bonus7
I enlisted In Seattle, Wash.
D. L. T.
Philadelphia, June 10. 1021.
The Legislature of Waahlnsrton authnrlzvri
a referendum ote last November to pro-'
5oothinq And HeAlinq
For Baby's Tender Skin
Taste the difference?
At ull our Stores
and printing from steel
rVR complete etoel engraving; d&part
v ment offers Its facilities to business
houses who can appreclatn tho chnxactar
of work executed by Maim.
Printing from steel possesses a distinc
tive appearance that Is always worth what
It costs especially If you are one of thoB
who feol that only tho finest kind of printed
matter proporly represents your business
to those who recolvo communications.
vd funds for the payment ef SIB a month
for each month of service .fflr each vet
eran. A majority of three loTMe voted In
favor. The total expenditure for this pur
pose la 111,000,000.
The Boat Problem
To fhe A'dllor of the Uvtrtng l'ubllo LtAtstn
Sir In answer to the boat problem In
Saturday's paper, I would state that If the
length of HO waa more than five miles,
It would not affect the position of the
andlng placo of the scout, which will bo
at a distance of 4.0023 miles below 0,
making the distance rowed to be 6.8243
miles with a time of .0707 hours and
the distance walked to be 10.0077 miles with
a time of.1.4207 hours, giving a total tlmo
of 2.4004 hours. An explanation If de
Philadelphia. June 18, 1021,
About Red Hair
To t h Editor of (he JJuctiliio' Iublo Ledger:
Blr Why is red hair looked upon as a
subject of ridicule for those who grow It7
What Is ths reference to red hair In the
expression from Dryden "There's treach
ery In that Judaa-colored beard"?
ISAAC T. TIIA8K.
Philadelphia, June 10, 1021,
ll has lonr been a current belief that
Judas Iscarlot had red hair and beard,
though there la probably no foundation
for thn belief beyond the dislike Some
people hae for red hair, which U some
times called Judas-colored hair. Tho old
dramatists and poets made frequent refer
ence to It. In "As You Liko It." Shakes
pear makes Itosaiind say: ''Ms i,ttr Is
of the dissembling color," to which Ccila
.ci,,ioi auiiiowiins; urowner man Judas.
Drvden mm! "Tk...'. ..t. ... r 7.
Dryden sas: "There's treachery in that
,V1 VS.. ..
The dislike of English people to red hair
nag been ascribed to their axerelon to
the red-haired Danea. CaJn la also cred-
"V1., wh havlnr a red beard. On the
other hand many of the poets and artists
J" "V"", vArA, ths ,"2 'ocka ' their
l'91"" and models, and Titian's name han
:"-""'-. -. wwi me eoJUen-red
hair of many of his pictures.
White Japanese Habutai
Ileg Price 1.S5 yd. Q -
Oood body: pure silk; ey much
In demand for waists, dresses nnd
underwear. 36 Inches wldo.
Srjfclal Frldar Prim. t-H. VerfW
Lengths from to 4 jards, ac
cumulated during recent sales. Sold
regardless of former prices
Men's Straw Hats 1 7K
neg. 2.B0 f ea. Friday V -
An odd lot, Including Sennit straw h,
fancy straws, yellow nnd Manila hats
at splendid savings. First Floor
Men's & Boys' Caps OCJc
Heg. Prlr tl.80 ea. Friday 'J
Cloth, silk and mohair caps In light
weight materials. Alio outing hats
In white felt and mohair, rirst Floor
Boys' Middy Hats AZn
Beg. Price 7So ea. Friday U
White drill middy hats In regula
tion styles. First Floor
Wide Moire Ribbons ?4c
Special Friday Tries, yd. V
5 to 6 Inch moire ribbons, In wanted
plain colors. A few fancy effects in
the lot. Suitable for halrbowg, sashes,
etc. First Floor
Men's Silk Socks
Special Friday Trice, or.
Irregulars of the $1.00 grade Pure
thread silk, full-fashioned socks, with
lisle soles. Black, cordovan, nay nnd
gray. First Floor
Children's Silk Stockings
Iter. Price Too pr. "J
Fino ribbed silk and fiber stock
ings, In white, pink, sky blue and tan.
SIzeB B and BV4. First Floor
Women's Silk Stockings
Special Frldar Price, (t s s
Pair JJ) 1 ,OD
Pure thread silk full-fashioned
stockings. Block, tan and gray.
Women's Lisle Stockings
Iteg. Price 50o pr. jp
Fine mercerized lisle stocklrH ulth
doublo soles and extra spliced heels
and toes. Black, tan and gray.
Rubber Bathing Caps
Keg. 38o to ft.30 ea, g to S(
Friday 1JC OVC
Stunning caps for tho dier and
the swimmer In many different shades,
and of exceptionally flno quality.
Washes and Dyes at tho same time.
Keg. lOo Packages Special
2 packages for 16c
8 paclcngeti for 20c
6 packages for 3Co
Specie, Frl. J ea.. 3 for
Men's Open-Face Watches
Beg. Trite lo.00 ea. TQ r
Frldar pVe I O
Guaranteed movement, fitted In
guaranteed gold-filled plain-polished
cases. Small size. Thin model.
Men's Solid Gold Cuff
Keg. 5.00 pr. Friday
Loose-link stjlea for soft cufftf,
plain nnd cnglno turned, In many
pretty designs. First Floor
Rouge and Powder Cases
neg. Trice flOo ea. 90a''''
With finger ring and chain com
plete. First Floor
Bleached Seamless Sheets
Heg. Trice 82,00 ra. CI 9K
Size 81x00 Inches. No mall or phono
orders. I' Irst Floor
Bleached Muslin Zn
Ileg. Trlre 24o d.
36 lnchos ulde.
Tho famous Hill
Veil Lengths 29c
Special Friday Trice, ea.
in DiacK nno coiore.
Specially Priced for Friday
26 and 60 year grades in discon
tinued patterns ; also Hovers and other
high-grade brands of tnblo siler
At 18o eacli-r-Tea hpoons
At 38c each Bouillon Spoons, Sugar
Spoons, Butter Knhes, Oyster Forks,
At 880 each Dessert Spoons. Tablo
Spoons, Dinner Forks, boup Spoons.
At 4Bo each Dinner Knhes
At 90e each Cold Meat Forks,
Cream ladles. Sugar Tongs
At 81.46 each Lurgo Urovy Ladles
Also many other odd pieces at re
duced prices. First Floor
Mrs. Jones' Dinner Party
To the Editor of the Evening TmHIo LedCttl
Sir rtcplyltiB to a recent duery In the
People's Forum which told of a man phon ng
to his wlfa naming four people he was going
to brlnr home with him to supper, my solu
tion is as follows! '
First. "My father's brother-in-law" was
Mr. Jones' uncle by marrying his father's
Second. "Sty brother's father-in-law" was
tbls same uncle, by Mr. Jones' brother
marrying his daughter."
Third. "My father-in-law's brother" was
this samo uncle, who was a brother to
Mr. Jonas' wife's father.
Fourth. "My brother-in-law's ., rtjther"
waa this same uncle, whose sob married
Mr. Jonis' Mater.
Hence all U-e relationships were com
bined in the one man, who alone was tht
guest Mrs. Jones had to provide dinner for.
J. W. I.AWBON.
Philadelphia, June 9, 1021.
Head of a Nickel
To the Editor ef the Evening Publlo Ledger:
Bir Which Is the "head" on a, nickel
which las a shield on one sldo and a figure
"6" on ths other? W. C. E.
Philadelphia, June 18, 1921,
De's Coin Encyclopedia calls the aide
bearing the "5" the obverse, which Is the
principal side of a coin or medal, and on
coins which hiue a head, Is applied to
that side. It also speaks of the side hav
ing the shield as the reverse, from which
It would seem that the ride bearing the
figure "5" is the "head."
No Residence Required
To the Editor of the Evening Public Ledger:
Sir Kindly publish how long persons must
reside in the Ptate of New Jersey before
a marriage license can be obtained.
Philadelphia. June, 18, 1021.
Deposit and Interest Problem
To the Editor of the Evening PuMlo Ledger:
Sir In your Issue of the 10th Inst.. "W.
L. 0" asksi "If I deposit In a savings
bank every month 113.75 for forty sears
and Interest la compounded annually at C
per cent, what will it amount to. readers?"
To solve this, I find that twelio deposits
STORE OPENS DAILY AT 9
Val Lace Vestees 59
neg. 76o ea. Friday
Net and Val lace vestees, with col
lars attached. Cream and white.
Silk and Lace Boudoir
Keg. Trice OOo ea. Friday
Of messallne nnd crepe de chine,
daintily laco trimmed. All boudoir
colors. First Floor
Specially Triced for Frldar
GOc Atlantic City Style Salt Water
Tnffy, lb. box, SDo
40o Old-Fachloned Plaited Mint,
lb. box, 25n
Lowney's Assorted Hard Candles,
Full lb. tin. 28o
Ixwney' Assorted Chocolates,
Full lb. box, 33e
Women's Long Milanese
Silk Gloves $1 10
Reg. 81.78 pr. Friday V ,
16-button length, white and black.
Sizes 6 nnd 64. First Floor
Women's Washable Suede
Lisle Gloves 25c
Special Frldar Price, pr.
2-clasp wrlst-lrngth gloves In white
nnd a few colors. Sizes 6 nnd 6'4.
Keg. lOo to 84 yd. p" io
5c io $2.00
Edges, Insertions, all-overs and
flounclngs. First Floor
Keg. 6o to 85.00 ea. to (J Jj"
Frldar jC PVaOU
A wldo selection, varying from nar
row Vals to deep flounclngs all 'S
price. First Floor
All-Linen Table Damask
Keg. Trice 83.75 yd, rt j-rw
Very heavy quality fine pure Irish
linen satin damask. Snowy bleach:
2 jards wldo j In flo 'ery attrac
tive patterns. First Floor
White All-Pure Linen
Specially Triced fur Trlday
Slcdlum-welght suttlng, round threud
weave : shrunken finish
Ileg. S1.E0 Suiting, Jd. 89e.
36 Inches wide.
Ileg. JB 00 Suiting. d. 88.50.
00 inches wide.
Turkish Bath Towels Acc
Keg. Trice 75c en. Trlday Ww
In try pretty Jacauard weao with
colored Jacquard borders; also In all
white, with colored borders Hemmed
ends. First Floor
Bed Sets $7 OK
Keg. Trice 810 set. Frldny yU
Uach set consisting of a cry fine
snowy.whlte satin-finish spread with
scalloped edge and cut corners, nnd
bolster throw to match. Full sIzp.
Blankets $ J 2.95
Keg. 822.50 pr. Trlday v
Woen from highest grade long
lambs' wool, with wldo silk taffeta
binding. Full size First Floor
Women's Hand Bags
Spec la, Friday to jj
Silk nnd leather hand bagH In a
arlety of stIet. P.emarkable sav
ings on eery Item First Floor
Boys' Blouses 0c
Special Friday Trlre WW
Of good grado porcnle In a large
assortment of bright nttrncthe put
terns Made with collars attached
and In neckband and sports stylos.
Sizes 7 to 16.
Men's White Cambric
hpeclal Friday Trice, ea, UV
Perfect uhlrts In every detail.
Neckbands and soft turn-back cuffs.
Sizes n to 1". First Floor
Men's Washable Four-in-Hands
Keg. 60o & 18c, Frldar. ea. -'
All llll.h.crniln u n nh 4111 with IUr
embroidered figures on white and
colored grounds. Also plain white.
Marked extremely low because of
ery trifling Imperfections, scarcely
noticeable. First Floor
White Longcloth $1 30
Keg. 83.00 pr. Friday '''
Fine stronir nualltv chamols-flnlsh
longcloth. 30 inches wide. 10 yards
in the piece. First Floor
STIItmBHAT. junk 10. 1021 K
ENTIRE BLOCK- MJRKET llroza STREETS V. M
sN. SNELLENBURG & CO.:
at simple Interest amount to 1180.40875 at
the end of each year, which w will call "s."
Now, If at tho end of each year, com
mencing In a year, there Is placed at
compound Interest during "n" years a sum
"s," the sum "3" of all these annuities
and their Interests Is given by the formula
8 r (1 plus r)n minus 1
Substituting the proper values, we find
that the amount sought equals 120,471.77
at the end of forty yeara from the date
on which the first monthly deposit was
Thn work computing Is cults brief and
simple, provided, logarithms are employed.
The exponent "n" In this case equals
40, and to raise "1 plus r" accurately to
such 'a high power requires a ten-placo
table of logarithms. A alx-plooo table
gives 120.471.08 Instead of the first-mentioned
Mae Allison, Wilmington. Del. We do not
send home addresses to our readers.
"V. D. F." We cannot gle you a abort
biographical sketch of Iftmjamln de Casseres.
Such a sketch Is not contained In any book
of biography or "Who's Who In America."
He began hla newspaper career on the
Press In thla city, but has made his home
In New York for the last thirty years,
"W. L. C." We never recommend physi
cians or specialists.
Poems and Songs Desired
The Susquehanna Song
To the Editor of the Evening PuWio Ledger:
Pir Can you or any of your readers
furnish me with the name of the author and
the remainder of the stanzas of a poem
"From Susquehanna's utmost springs.
Where savage tribes pursue their game:
His blanket tied with yellow strings,
The shepherd of the forest came."
W. L. S.
Philadelphia, June 18. 1931,
"The Cameronlan8 Dream"
To the Editor of the Lvenlng Publlo Ledger:
Sir Can any one oblige mo with tho words
A. M. CLOSES AT 5 P. M.
White Nainsook $1 30
Keg. 83.00 pc. Friday V
For women's and children's flno
undergarments. 36 Inches wide. 10
yards In the piece.
White Tub Skirts U 40
Reg. Frio 82.00. Friday V -'
Of whlto gabardine, with shirred
tops, finished with two smart patch
pockets and wldo belts
near. Prtee 83.50. Frldar
Long hip line low bust models, In
broken sires. Flesh color.
White Muslin Brassieres
Keg. Frlca 81.00 aa.
An odd lot. lace and embroidery
trimmed models. Sizes 34 to 38 only.
Women's White Pumps
and Oxfords $4 7 5
Sperlat Friday Trice, pr. J eaWU
Fine white linen pumps and ox
fords, with turn soles and covered
heels. Second Floor
Children's Low Shoes
Specially Triced for Trldar
Tan and gunmetal oxfords; also
gunmetal ankle-strap pumps.
Slues 6 to 8, Special, 82.33
Sizes 8Vi to 11, Special, 82.65
Sizes 11 4 to 2, Special, $2.93
Girls' Soiled White
Lingerie Dresses $7 flO
Keg. 85 to 87.30. Frldar U
Just 75 lace and embroidery trim
med. Broken range of sizes 6 to 14
years Second Floor
Middy Blouses and Skirt'-
Keg. Trice 81.30 ea. Qft-
Women's, misses' nnd girls' white
Lonsdale mlddv blouses. Also girls'
Jean skirts made on bands or bodices.
Keg. 81.50 ea. Friday ww
Bilile Burke houso dresses of per
cale: olso bungalow stles In plaid
gingham. Sizes 36 to 42.
Extra-Size House Dresse
Keg. Prlrn 82-05 ea. (t rvj-
Frldny P 1 "
Of gingham, In gray and white or
blue nnd white stripes, trimmed with
plain chnmbrnv Sizes 48 nnd 50
Children's Coverall Play
Special Frldny Price JJf
Of btue denim, piped with red, In
cunning peg top models Sizes 2 to
0 years. Second Floor
Children's Cool Peg-Top
Special Frldar Prlre v--.w
Of excellent nualltj, In low neck,
short-sleeio stsle prettily trimmed
with bands of white and colored
stitching-, blzes 2 to 6 yeirs.
Keg. Trice 83.05. (ft ejn
Made with pleated flounces, In light
and dark colors. Second Floor
Summer Blouses $1 45
Keg. 82 83. Trlday V
Of line ollo and batiste, noiolty
nlles and colored organdie trimmed
with lace, embroidery tucks and flno
pleatlngs: or in simple tailored stles,
homo with glnghnm eollarn and cuffs
Long and short Ieeo models
Women's Pure Worsted
Tuxedo and Blouse
Sweaters $Q 10
Keg. Trice 87.00. Friday "J y
In tho favorlto colors wonderful
val uon. Second Floor
Batiste Bloomers fiXc
Keg. Trlre 81.10. Jrldav "CIV
Cut full, tlnlMinl with elastic at
knee nnd waist, and trimmed with
tailored ruffles Second Floor
Envelope Chemises and
Keg. Trice 81.70 ea. Friday 7
Of lingerie cloth, In several lace
and embroidery trimmed models
Bungalow Aprons tRZn
Keg, 81.80 ea, Friday UUV
In neat figured, checked or striped
materials of good quality Made with
pockets, sashes and belts, finished with
Piping. Second Floor
of an old poem, "The Cameronlan s Preata ?
The flrat verse startal ., M
Tn the dream of the night I was wafted
To the mulrlands of mist whete the martyrs
Where Cameron' sword and hts Bible are
Engraved on the stone where the heather
grows gieen." .....,
Mrs. B. f AUSTIN.
Philadelphia. June 18, 1021.
"The Tapestry Weaver"
To ito .Editor of the Evening Puftilo Ledger:
Sir I am very anxious to secure the
poem entitled "The Tapestry Weaver."
Would It be possible to print It In jour
D. fc. IIANKIN.
Philadelphia, June 13, 1021.
THB TAPESTKT WEAVKK
Let us take to our hearts a lesson no
lesson can braver bo
From the was a of the tapeatry weavers
on the other elde of tho sea.
Above their heada the pattern hangs, they
stuiy It with arei
The while their fingers deftly work, their
eyes are fastened there.
They tell this curious thing, besides', of
the plodding, patient weaver!
Us works on the wrong side evermore, out
works for the right side ever. ,
It Is only when the weaver stops ana tfte
web Is loose and turned.
That he sees his real handiwork that Bis
marvelous skill Is learned.
Ah! the sight of Ha delicate beauty, bow
l( n. him tnr all his COSli
No rarer, daintier work than bis waa ever
done by frost.
Then the master brlngeth him golden hire
and glveth him praise as well.
And how hippy the heart of the weaer Is
no tongue but bis own can tell.
The years of man are the looms of God, let
down from the place of tho sun.
Wherein we are weaving sJway, till tho
myatlo web is done
Weaving blindly, but weaving surely, each
for himself hla fate.
We may not see how the right side looks.
we can only weave and wait.
Misses' Tub Skirts $2.49
neg. 84.00 ea. rrmay
Of gabardine and mirf satin, with
Inset nnd novelty pockets. Some
button trimmed. Mndo in gathered
back Btylo, and belted. Wonderful
values. Second Floor
Keg. Price 83.50 pr. Friday
Union Hardware skates, with clamp
toe and strap heel. Third Floor
Boys' Slip-on Sweaters
Krg. Price 84.00 ea. Cl fIC
Friday aj) I .Ve)
Well-made sweaters In the popular
slip-on style. V-neck and shawl col
lar models. Somo shawl collar, but
ton front sweaters In the lot. Sizes
28 to 34. Third Floor
Life Guard Bathing Suits
Keg. Price Jfl.00 ea- rt A )s
Complete with white sleeveless
shirts. Cherry Valley flannel trunks
and belt Third Floor
Bergougnan Red Tubes
All firsts, with eerlal number.
Guaranteed against defects. Size
30x3 H inches. Third Floor
Speedway Tires Ford
Size $10 00
Special Frldur Price. V,UU
Guaranteed all firsts: serial num
bers. Size 30x3 'S Inches.
Steamer Trunks $0 iC
Keg. 812.00 ea. Frldar 7,U"
Vulcanized fiber trunks on bass
wood frames, re-enforced with stee'
lardware. Madevwlth tray. Sizes 32
ind 36 inches. Tourth Floor
U. S. Standard Khaki
Special Friday Trice, Tord w
28 inches wide; extra heay qunl-
U , fast color Perfect goods, cut
rom the full piece. Fourth Floor
Oil Window Shades 7Qr
Ileg. Trice 81.25 ea. Friday ' 7U
H-ctra good quality oil window
ihadcs, mounted on reliable spring
oilers Size 36x72 Inches OIUi
g-ccn onl Limited lots
Ileg. 822.98 en. Frldat
Made of genuine red cedar wood
"!rooe and tongue construction
Kuulpped with brass locks, limges,
'undies and casters. Vcrv special
Singer Sewing Machines
Special Frl- tfJJ-O (frQ C"t
diiv Trice, ,JOaJe ij)00 aJ)0Z
Floor samples and used machines
tn cplendld condition, 5 and 7 drawer
models finished in golden oak i ut
Plan, J3 when ordering and $l '5
weolly. Fourth Floor
Seamless Velvet Rugs
Keg. Trlre 82.50. frl") l(
Size 9x12 f
Beiutlful colors and
Seamless Axminster Rugs
Keg. Trlre ffi'l.lO ea. Ofs HC
size xl2 rt in rirh Oriental n.it
Unlj in at this price
China Matting C17 oc
Special Frl. Trite, roll etjsj
116 wnrp. best qutllty obtainable.
In neat colors nnd pitterns Full 40
ard; to naoli roll Fourth Floor
Keg. 82.50 aq. j d. 1'rldoj
Best quality linoleum n
good selection of pattrrns
n. ei y
1 r iirth Floor
Heg. 8 to 80 ea. Fridnr
Taken right out of regu'ar htock
to mnko room for new anhals Hand
colored gravures. pastels sepia tones
1L icasa.m nnd ton,,'i mouldings
Oood subjects Fourth ht
Wall Papers 74r
Keg. Trice 50c roll. Friday "
Plain oatmeal, follago 'tapestries
grass cloth chlntx floral ,i.l (I
striped designs Cut-out or Mr"lghr
borders to match at 15e ami .().- mi
Folding Lawn Swings for
Adults eo q-
Special Friday Trice PU.7U
andcrr;SnSSenger mlnKJlnlt,'i red
anil green Fourth Floor
Bloch Reed Pullman
Sleeper Baby Carriages
Special Trlday d 1 ? a.
Fpholstered In corduroy built on
reversible gearequipped with strong.
eas5 -riding springs. Fourth Fi.V.S
But looking above for the pattern, no
weaver need have fear.
Only let him look elar Into heaven the
perfect pattern la there.
If he keeps ths face of our Saviour forever
and always In sight,
Ilia toil shall bo sweeter than honey, his
weaving Is sura to be right.
And when his task la ended, and the web
Is turned and shown.
lie shall hear tho otce of the Mastert It
shsll say to him. "Well done."
And the white-winged angels of hsavsn, to
bear him thence, shall come down I
And Ood, for hie wages, shall give him, not
coin, but a golden crown.
J, B. Jackson desires two selections a
sonar called "X Messenger. In Dlue" and a
poem entitled "Me'n Pap'n Mother."
"C. A. 8.." Allentown We have a num
ber of requests for the parody "Hunka Tin"
and havs received two copies, but they do
not seem comp.ete, and would apprertate
your sending us a printed copy.
"W. 1j. C " dslres the poems entitled
Tlfty and Flfte'n" and "The Broken ny."
B, D. Chichester asks for a poem called
"Lines to a Debutante." beginning'
"Ladles, where were jour bright ees glanc
ing. Where were they glancing )esterntcht?
Haw ye Imogen dancing, dancing
Imogen dancing, all In white?
Laughed the not with a puro delight?
Smiled she not with a Joy serene?"
"Imogen dancing, dancing still."
They appeared, the writer states. In an
Kiigllsh periodical somewhere about 1000 or
The Teople's Fornrn will appear dally
In tne liTenina ruoiio iar
m Ihn Mlllirf.r I'lihllc Idai
dlacuMlng timely topic will lie printed.
as well aa requested poema, nnd questions
of general Interest will be answered.
Wltrit ind Mailing
P3H. ..la. fblUJelphti
Clear the Skin
8MD.O(atarat,TsJeo&.2fc erwrarbeoa Penamclae
addreaa Ctlt.rLbTwla.t)p.Z Kaldto.Haaa.
PTAtm rmii.v:t orjoncE r srun
and KDITH HMILHl. of Osrmint iwn
Married Juno 15. lW.il. by Dr Uuiiam
ALIlUnonn June 14 AGVn VIP.
OINIA widow of J William Alburger aged
CO KelatUea and fr'ends are initd to at
tend tunornl. Hat., 3 P M from her lata
residence. 8'.'3 Stanwood et . Pox i hif Int
Lawmlew Cera Friends in- rail rl e
ALTUHSITZ June 11 KI.KASOn KCTH
rtiughter of Trends J. and Catherine Alter
sltz (neo Itusioll). aued 11 'iths Sat ,
2 P. M.. parents' reildnre S5T N Wan
p maker at. Int. private ArllnKton eni
Prlenda may call Friday ecnlnc
ANUItKUS Junu In IlKlirilV A AN
DnEHH llclatUes and frln I arc nvltnd
to attend hir fun.ral mrMr.n rn . " P. M
precisely, at her lato rcs'denco. ;iU3 N' "th
BANNON June 14. JOHV J., husband of
late Jennlo Bannon (nee Morris). Relatives
and friends Invited to funeral Sat . 8 ID
A. M.. from residence of sister Mrs if
lloberts. 023 X. 12th at Solemn high mass
of requiem at St. Ann's Church 10 M
Int. Pt nn's Cem
I1ARNE3 Killed In action. Aug. 11, IMS
at Flsmes. Frare. FBANCIS son of Thomas
I and Kllzabeth Harne nged m Helu
tlves and friends. Hols Name of B V M
f'hurch; Veterans of Foreign Wars, William
P Iloach Poet No 21 American Legion
""o. II. (1th Ilegt . Media. Va , Invited to
funeral, flat., s .10 A M residence of his
Krandmother. 212 X 2d et.. Darby Solemn
high mass Church of 13. V M. 10 A. M.
Int Holy Cross Cem.
nAfT. Juna 13. 1021. SARAH ANN
widow of Emanuel Dast. Rulnil"e and
frlenrts aro Invited to attend funeral serv
lose. T'lura ,2PM precisely, at her late
tesldsnce 210!) N. Cnniao et. Int. pri
vate. BAUCHER t Olenolden. Pa. June 14.
CATHERINE P . beloved wife of Rudolph
C" Baucbcr and daughter of John H and
Lucy A. Stump Funeral sorvlces and int
Krl. afternoon at Mllbach. Ta. Friends may
view remains Thurs eve at her lato resl
Jence Parker and Ashland aves.. Olen
1 BCWKr.R. June. IS. 1021. JOHN T
' "OWKER Funeral services Sat 11 A, M
rrecliily. at the rei'lonc of Ge nre f
"nwker, 7 Rochelle o". WlsiMekon Int
private TrAin I -vs Reading TrrmlnJl 0 3i
t nnd)r.t t' e)
' BREVN.V riCIIAEI. P hushand of
Mary A Hrennan of 317 N 41st st . died
at his summer residence, In Ventnor Cltv
N J . June 12 Relatives and friends
, nvlted to attend funeral at ht James
I Church 38th and Chestnut sl Prl So!
einn requiem mass at 0 30 A M Int. Hol
Hi TZ Suddenlv of d rMheria HOPE
I I ETTA, elder daughter of Robert I ant
Caroline E. Uutz (non Tainted at her hom
at Alburtls. Pa on fcat June 11 ag-d 4
vears ard 4 months I aid to ret In Old
I 1 high Cemeterj at sunset, on Sunrtai
i ARK Jure 17 1PJ1 VI MA dmiRliter
' Mn nnd the lai John i"nrr f rnerl-
f ICIiS S !3ti. Bt Relat'vcs ml frtende
. ali It. V M So-lal'tv of st Rita i rhurch
nvltej to funeral I"rl S 30 A M fi rn
' lier panntV residence iy; ,nlt t
j! mn requ'em m w Pt Rita n hur-h 10
I V M Int Holy Cross
' r HrfKB lime 13 fit N vrarlt. V I
I i I EANOR S-PirTALL CHAFrEF a- I 0
I 'irs R, Intlves nnd friends nr Invite!
attend funeral. Thurs , lflth Inst . 12 30
! M at North Cedar Hill im
OHTsllAi.l.V At the Jeiwsn Hospltil
Itnn 1 1121 SIMOV COHVI' ;rv rfel
I'l Iineral Trl . 2 P M prei-ll fni i
Jevvle'i Homo, in hospital pre undf let
v r Sni Tern
. nOR On lMh lnt AM'VVPV R
ii sIut or late Hamilton and Cvherinf
i nor "erv at parlurs of herhl'
vi isulra lit' N 20th s un Saturdaj
m v ;u imermeni priinin
ri K June.il JVMl.SK son of the
Htnry and An. adora I, Crock Rela
" rriends art 'nvlted I attend serv
i-s Pat 2 1' -M at his late rrsld, nee
ui? N 31st st Int Loverlnetnn t n.
- '.. .. .. -.-.. ....
v t. tTI On luno 11 1021. Wit LIAM
T husband tt Harriet Mt Custls of Bin-,
ri.'ll . ma. so... ... r , rj i
Vnnouncement of funernl
L.WIS At his residence inn k
hi M rts, up N J on Jlinn 11 Ifi I
urnRiir 1 unban 1 of Beatrice s ri.,
'" ."' i ' ifrl"ni1,i H'. "Hslilngmn
I dee N M I nnd A It Phlla L)Se
N - 1 I " ' an 1 nil nrganlratlu
t wll h li ' m.tnhar Hr tniltd to
ih services n Thiirsdai afternoon .it
, k it til Ol vei H Balr BUlc 10 n
i heitpiif et f'liilh Iitermm nrlvste
PAinnWK June 14 I ID i- l-'AIn
BASK 'ted 17 veara Funeral services
Thurs . P M fr tn pa'entB' renldenc
212" Arrl"'r',e et Int private "",
rORRFSTFR On June 13 1 iji v. t7x
PETH IMRRF.STFR ne, Chafrners)
fe of the Uie Thomas Forrester asd S3
Sears Relat i and friends are Invited to
the serv I on ri ursdas afternoot at "
o clock at tho reld. n e of her on-ln law
Wll am - hank 1417 Mt Vernon it In
terment a' Mt If rUh lemoterj Friends
nips c-i I edai eveninsr
FOSTFR Iwiio 11 HUBERT (1 In.ehand
of f-l!ll A Foster (nee 'orberl ksM m
Rflat IM ml frl n-is ala i St Johns L dee
Vo 111 I aid If xr Ihn s i hei ier
No 23J II V M Falls f s, huvlki I I viae
No 107 I o ' V Wsaluhiiix Tribe Ni
'.H I i R M ani all nhei oeletin ,f
which he wis i member ar Invited to st
tend the f ui ei al "-at .' P M He rei
dence 42.111 R k ave Falls of s, huvilt II
Int Wen laurel Hill Cem
I'REEI "RN' -Jim 14 A PI rw 1 u,
band nf lateia 1-Yeeboni Relutl-v- rn
tnends an Invited !- attend funernl .
It-eK Ml 2 1 M ""t Ills iKIe r'Klilenr. .1 V
ldsinwnt st Int prlv ito North edap mn
FRISCH June 14 ADAM husband of
Barbara 1'rlsih Funernl aervlcss Frl "
P M reallege Jlln i: Blrrh at int
North Cedar Hill t-eni Viewing Thurs b
(o 10 P M
FRtSHMCTH -On June 14. JOHN r w
husband of Hanrah lilddlc rrUhmuili ut
Montlcallo ria aged 77 "ervl e on Sat
urday Tune IS on arrival of 1 21 p
irnin iroin -iiarae' mr e rerr illi' llgnt eav
ilng time) at R vertcn N' J Interment i n
vale 1'lel , e omit tlowora
OVRPNIIR On Juno 11 11JI WT111VM
IjiIlN hUHband of tina M Oar In t ( iee
1 ri'yi services on "iturdnj Brtenmnii ,ti
3 o i lock at Ills late roddem. till J Han.!
't Interment private V lowing Friin
1 1 veiling
I HI lf.NN'EV VI LEV At Vew Ilavm
'i-.im June 11 L.MMV VI I EN wldm "f
S'eniien W i. nnev and daughter of lai.
W'llltam and Henrietta Reevo Allen. 1m
fiON..ViV Sudd-nlv Juno IS 1)1 IS
F Jr stn if LaiIs F nnd Frieda l n
r e ii e Rl. truf) aged 3 vers 7 n iil
Funern from i uents ri s 1 lie H'3 i i
llnsa roal l'alrvlevv Cat ten N J Frl
l ' P 1 Vuends may ill Thurs aftei
1 7 P M Int Mt. Moriah
C1RIFFITH June 14 liui t "i
Farragut terrAw. HANNAH RFB1 i (,
daughter of W Qeorse mid Ruth I ui
(lth Funersl swrvlcaa pri at 8 P M A
cl ' .8nl!I."nt " Apartments SDSO Marl
st Int lrern'kood.
HAINES J.tna 13. JOSEPH B husband
?,11-' ' 'J'HriL". Lanagan Rela.
lives and fritteJA.-vj,,, Wli,uinston Camp.
No. 807. P. O. 8, of Aif IIheAcW Com
manden;. No. ll, p. o. H, M M. quaker city
J-odgo. No. 31. 1C. of PxiMnna M It
Camii, No. 1, h. of vif National Camp.
Transit Co.. Invited to funeral services. Krl .
J P. M at hla iato resl.rence. at37 N. lhlh
?.'.'... I'LV. CrJv,' Rt Arlington Cera. Friends
ttfll'fi'VT; J"no 14, WH,HEt,M!NA
wiwSiVwv . ., il. V'II.HEL,M1NA (ne
rXS-?rr,y V.. of. "enry llardt. aged 81,
Relatives and frlen.U, atsj r,Bdl a' Auilllar
?' C"'"P,No. 13 P. of V.. and members of
Pilgrim CVngregatlinal i.'hureh, are Irmted
to attend funeral sorvkes, Frl . a p. Mn
lata residence, 2iJ2 Amber at. InU private,
1 rlends mav call Thurs eve.
HAHTMANN Juno 1. MART A., wife
of tho late Jacob Hartmann, In her 7?d
year. Funeral services Hat., 3 P. II. , BObt.
LanslovvTn ave. Int. private.. Northwoocl
t'e!Vfe.ll.?'nnB.ln,lr 'x1 viewed FYI, ve.
. HEOINIIOTHOM. June 13. 1821. at
Lakeport, N. If., MART A., wife of Wil
liam Hcglnbothom. aged 62. Relatives and
r.r'r.ni,!.ar5 invited to attend funeral, rrl .
2 P. M., from the residence of ner son-ln
law A. II. Martin, 0412 Rising Hun ave.,
Lawndale, Phlla. Int. private, Lawnvlew
Cem I rlends may call Thurs. evo.
HIMj Juno 14, HARAH. daughter of
lata James and Rose Hill, aged 70. Relatives
and friends are Invited to attend funeral,
htl. 8 A M. from her late res denoe, (10
Hprueo at . .Merchantvlllc, N J. Maes at St.
I c.,P.r..'!.c'n"rc.h." 30 A. M Int. Calvary Cem.
II1P1'.- Huddenlv. June 14. at Ocean City.
N. .T , WILLIAM husband of Kllsabeth
Hipp, aged HO, Relatives and friends, also
Herman Lodge, .No 123, F nnd A M.i T,
II Freeman Chapter, No 243i Master Brew
.,A?80..:.I.hll 'lfleo.uet Clubi employes of
C Schmidt . Hons" Brewery and all other
aocletles oro Invited to funeral, Hat.. 3 P.
M. J?'nc?i..ai w Hoekland at Int,
at CheUen Hills Cem. Friends may calt
tM,t'VStKiVni'7"n, I4: 1021 "Eonon
TIUMITLH, husband of late Annie Humpfer
(nee Ilnrn). aged OS Relatives and friends
are Invited to attend funeral services
Thurs . 2 P. M . at his son's residence. 1214
Oregon ave. Int. private, Oerman Lutheran
.'i!I?T.0N,r"J.une,,:'- ANNIE M wife of
Daniel J. Huston (nee Bradley). Relatives
and friends Invited to funeral. Frl., 8 JO
A. M . late residence 1301 W. Erie ave.
82,mnwreaulSm.,m.".8, Stephen's Cburen
J04v.S:.-Int Holv Cross Cem
MAh'VKI ,7Z. At "'verton, N ,T. Sixth
?iC5h .'J? 1021 Pr- JOSHUA V JANNKT,
In his onth year. I"un.,ral Hlxth Month 18th.
tt. A' r" at Westfield 1'rlende' Meeting
House Conveyances will meet train at River
ton statljn leaving Markot st ferry, Phlla
0 iAAoV 'standard tlmo)
tnii tJ1?.0P,.J..u.?f 14 lv-l al Chestnut
Hill Phlla CAROLINA P JONES, daugh
,,L of thTB lal?. Dr Joseph Jones of Now
Orleans La. Funeral service, on Frl. June
r'h..?L? tin.M .St- Paul's P. E Churoli.
fi-V11 i"" I.nt Private Pleoeo omit
nowers New Orleans anif Augusta papers
To&Fr'L'?-7rJU,n'' M. nnfinT a . wife 0r
t?uAJ' 'Y'1.,"1',, SfeOlnley). Relatives and
friends, also St C-abrlel's u v. M Eodalltv
...... n.i uiurr oorieues, aro invited to attend
iriilVi". .at'o8. ,0 A.M residence 302U
1 2? r'i-i" i. ""'" high mass of requiem
St Gabriel' b Church 10 A M Int. Holv
I t ro-e
KELI.T June 14 ELIZAnETH T
daughter of late William C and A. Bllia
bZJf.lit,y. a,t(!(J.71 Helatlves and frlenda
nvlted to funernl services, Fri . 0 30 A. M
re'yZr'i0, Cemetery ave. Int private
I ..JllNJri'''-T Juna 13 1021. NORA A
vt.'VM.w.Y tnee lx)ughlln). wife of PatricK
Kennelly Relatives and friends, ilaii
League of the Siered Heart of St. Veronica's
ullV.ro11' f," Jnl"?l to, "nd funeral. Frl
1, .. M fr1m. husband's residence. 374t
V . . Sol'mn requiem mass 8
V,Tni'",,'' hurch 10 A- ' Int. New
LVMHON At Los Antrelcs. Mav .11
P121 ANNA V wife of AD, de
aned. aged 83 Rervlcen at the irrave
Ihur. 2PM West LauYel mil CenT
LOUDERBACK June 14. JIART S..
widow of John S Louderback Relatives
and friends Invited to funeral services, FYI
at 2 P. M , at her late residence, 142 Wat
kins st Int. private, Femwood Cem
Friends mav call Thurs , after 7 p. M
AURONEr.-Jun, 14 MARV. widow of
John Maroney Funeral Frl . 8 A M.. 24
N 4th st High mass at St Augustine i
Church 0 A. M Int. Holy Cross Cern.
MEES Juna 14 1021 ANNA CATH
A RING MEEh. widow of Jacob Mes aged
7u Relatives and friends Invited to' serv
'tCV' IrrI 'a? P SL r8"IJ'-nce of son-in-law,
Jc hn L. Steele. Elklns ave , Elklns Prk
MECRAW June 13 JAMES C. beloved
husband of Lucy J. Megrow aged 08. Rela
tives and friends, also Benevolent Lodge,
vtf t401'.0, r Rockdale Ixxlge. No
" h p' . a0i,aIt?1 o attend funeral
services. Sat . 3 P. M . at Prospect Hill
Bapt'st Church Int Prospect Iflll Cem.
Friends may view remains Frl eve
is MViHI9A?"H? Jun". "J.?21- JEROMH
F. MU.LIUAN Funeral on Thursday mom-
nA. ai ".."f""'1'' from his late residence.
1134 8. Mst st. Requiem mass at Moat
Blessed Sacrament Church at n o'clotk.
Interment at Holv Cross Cemetery.
MOSS June n KATIIRYN P . daughter
of Harry T and Elsie L Moss (ma Stein)
aged 0 Relatives and friends are Invited
to services Thurs . 1 30 P M. parents'
residence 4415 N 0th st. Int. private.
MULVIHILL June 13 ELLE M.. wife,
of late Michael Mulvlhlll llelollv.: ,',
friends Invited to funeral. Frl., 8j30 A. SI .
late residence. 2329 Federal st. Solemn mast
of requiem at St Anthony'i
A. M int Holy Cross Cem
ell., ill rfunv IO J-.UVVAKU B.. nUSl
band of Rose Murphy (nee Duffy) and sou
of lato Bernard and Ann Murphy. RelattreM
and friends, also employes of David Luptoii
& Sons. Court William Finn. F. of A., and
Dlv. No. 0 A O. H . Invited to funeral,
Frl . 8.30 A M . from his late reslUnce.
2.138 E f laarneld at. Solemn requiem mssi
at Church of tho Nativity 10 A. M. Int.
O'BRIEN. June 11, ALEXANDER J..
son of LUIa and late James O'Brien Rela
tives and friends, also Lawrence V. Delane:'
Post 'o 26 American Legion Invited to
funeral Frl 8 10 A M late rv.MarM un
MURPHY June 13 EDWARD 8.,
N 22d st So.emn mass of rtqulem St Fran-
r s Xavler Chunh 10 A
.". jni. jtoiy cros-4
PARTENHEIMER -Jun. IB. 1021, ELI V.
J widow of fioorge w Partenhelmer (n.
Cowan I ui eral nervlien Sat, 2PM
I recls-ly at her late reslrt-nce e,n3 RId'g
avo Rox"orough Int private
PKN'DEI TON' On June If., 1021. OAR.
SETT PEM1EI.TON. aged (18 sears, at hiia
rni-ldence, liith and Walnut at rhestar. Pa.
Rdottves and friends are Invited ta funernl
eervlees on Friday nt 2 ID P v sf Upland
Ui"tlt rhurrh Interment orivata.
"JL'IV'N" June 13 BRUJ(iK.i u 0f late
Fdward Qulnn Funcrul Frl 8 30 A. SI
. from her latfl res dence, 727 N 31th st
solemn requiem mass St Agatha's Church
I 10 A M Int Holy Crosa Cem
RrPFORP June 14 nt Ardmore Pa
HFLJ.N HL'IhT wi'e of late Ceorse Red
ford 1 uneral eerviree Trl 11 A Jf , a
st Mar) s i huroh Arimore, Pa. Int. prl
RIENER Jun- 14 1121 PAITINE. b
love wife of Charles Rlener (nee Laub1
ned Cft Relntlvee and friends Invited
attend funeral services I! ID A M e
1 er late -estdence 10.12 riermnntjwn a e
Int Mt Pence i em Remains may ' -vlew-d
Thurs 7 to 10 P M
IU'VCII -At Newport Del Jun 14. IB2I
ANVir. c w fe of Michael Roaih Re'atlve
nnd f i lends .ir Invited to utter 1 th. funeia
fn m !) rtsidem cf her mn Ir Inn Enoc
M Sn lth corn, r of Tames an1 Chrlstls
A ets Newport Dol Frl .DA M Reijule
t ms Pt rilrahuth a chur'h Wllmlrgton
Int ' ati'drji (.em
mH.vn, June 13 WALTER T son t f
the lato .lame and Mary Russell Relativvn
. and friends also Frankford IOdae No 20
f Rnd A M and Chattahoorho Tribe. No
.- t n t Hf ... Imliarf tn r..t....l v
, 4 v .. . . " - ...-.-. ..
P M from his late residence 2118 Mem-
Phis t Int North i ed-r mil Cem View
Inn Thurs 8 to 10 P M
.VlMNO--At Vlncland Tune 1! AN.
TiiMd hual.and of Phlllmlno Siullno ?t1W
nires f requiem at Churrh of Sacred Hear
lielan-' N J mum i a .m runers'
I rl ffm his lain rsldnr, S r cor
nih et and Knder ave (I V M lot
II il. i -oss Cem
SAIr.V - hudd-pl ar ins repld-n e
Wallben fet 1 a v Us Jure 14 wir
MAM HFNRV SA1EN Services will b
h. Id i' ll's l-vte rest lnce Frl 3 P M (fs
light ewlnn time Mimrs will b at Wave
Pa to meet train leavtnc tfroil Ht Sts
p R R 1 1! istsnlanl time) Irt t
.CHOFIF.II June 1 at his late if.
l.nce nO'H R dge ave. i 11 VRLFS IX
xPllilFlKLO Funeral nervlcea Frl 11 A
M from residence of A M Stetler 8re.O
Ridge ave.. Rnxhorough Int trlva'e
Friend mav call Ihurs 7 to 0 P M
Slii i-KI F June 11. WILIIAM i hu
band f Marv A Rhocktcj (nie Nosn F'
neral Sat 2PM fr in Hi late sldn
I 2il N .tilth at, cam len N I Int nlvste
blKMAV June 14 SARAH H daught
of Sarah F S eman (ne Frame! and Is
Iamb hleman ana 1 .1. R. latlvea and frlen t
Invited to aervkea Frl 2PM mother
resilni'-e 1232 F 11th et Int private M
M rah Cem Viewing Ihurs s p M
.Ml I I.r.i Al tne ri sinence oi p
isrents t02J Sihuyler ave tlrmantnw n
"luii" 13 1K21 MAHr.I. EVA dauehter
a unm It an 1 Mabel Smullen tnee Klisle
aged 0 seal Annuum mu lit of f liner "i
""STEVENSON' -- June H Miss UO-V
hTEV I NmiN aced 7.1 I un rai services
Tt urs 2 V M "' 'h l'tl lerlan Hoin
,,sth nt nd t,reonvn.y ave
TOLA Ml - June 1,1 MARIE O (ni
schlHterl wife of Pr Jncpti .I Tnlam'
Jr Funeral tat fr im her lato rastdsne
4nii(i lpr Ht Frankford HuWmn raqule i
iiinss at St Jiiaililni a i hur Ii i) A M. Im
"vVvt.rtH June 1ft lli'.'l THOVrAN hu
l.ai I uf Marntret Walali lii'e Mi,lnnl Rels
ilvee at I filende urn Invit d tn attend f
r ra 8 3D V M residents Bib I
SprlngfVId av. bolemn re'iulem mens
i hur b "f the lllesaet Sacrament 111 A V
Irl U i ' ri.ea t em
W'VTSON At ber r. Hldenee N V" eer
oflll ai 1 S mill ate ' lui 14 1BJ
IVR 1' ills of i .iptuln charlee (J W'
euii ui.1 I 711 sears It. m Ins may te
viewed Thuisdav nveniiig at the tillver II,
Ba r I'ldg H20 Chestnut at Interment n
Mllfold Pel ii Frldav
' Wll 11 Wis huddenlv Jul e 12 ELLI.'J
i..mu ( nnk.l wife uf Arthur Williams Rait
tita and frl. n 1s invjted Io funeral services
Tliurs i i' ii rea'nenee nnv n ra'rnui
t Int Ml.nie Ramulns may be views I
Vel nf 7 P If
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