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BVBiTING fcTJBLIO BbBfe-PHlLI)EIiImA4 WEDNESDAY,
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AUGUST 3; 1921!
Movie Products Ma" Say
Soviet Agent Sought to
iiTi.Tlih npnrim"!.. .--.-
rWi Hr'w tnciM wh.: dmrgc
M,n its fllcliln?. liy iip-tOMiaw tie
llirt with """nnn nf t ho funds of
"torwavrroyUlcl under .
wrt nnn(lon.p'lc 5ro nppnrn us for
'P. . . pre tlmt tomorrow s
jndlM ons 're J
eumlnnt on complete storv of
.riSif Sow 1lnn' climb from
' r to corpornte eminence since 1.1;
I1," w In 1018. Most Important
"I'Vi, rf the new developments, will
PbML-ntIclnfttel from Patrick A.
K pre of the Powers Film
lShePWrtffl was among those who
.r'i .Si nistrict Attorney's office
iS&J He v "accompanied by his
gSS-B-muel P. Moran.
, Power Will Ten story
I- .vtiAnfnff i e Tfl I fl
,k .Wuno ih the
TfetS olr hundred? of
W. J?I hr reselling motion-
tt0Mnwi"7:" i. 'had nranssed for-
C7i by Pc bate of, these material;
""faction of wnrehousc receipts nt
?4pinr teller's window of the Nn-
WSK !ft where the SI. 000.000
H with hlch the Soviets directed
fe to buy n"l b1i1P tho soods wn8
fiti but that beenuse of the
KtaS relation- of the American and
H,n Governments his money wan
K" , Mo-row and he was unable
...fit here. He was in n tight hole.
5!. Ith me if I o d bc williB t0
m him tor film at one-third more
Sin our company's price and refund
to him the difference.
This deemed perfectly reasonable to
under, the circumstances, and I
rat on I Ivorc( nun i" "
it tat'ttrce time,. When .late, after
till My by production of the wnro
kosw receipts, he afd;ed me to buy nil
tli film back at a reduced price and I
dfjllnwl he cliargcii me wmi irnum
roor stock and entered suit agalust our
mpnr. I'll wager he has never ex-
.1 .L. -1..1. t.. .lm iininhnilBn
tfflinru inc aiut'n iu i hmhu.iwv.
SoIct Attonvej' SleutJi
Four otner wncsc8 were i-uin-bed
by Mr. Simmons jestcrdny. In
cluded in tlie cvuienco suumiucu m
Ttrtnl and affidavit form was n ttnte
iwnt thit Cibrnrlo. in order to t;on
titue the camouflage with the rsn
tonl City Bank, has paid in lnur
tn premiums and f.tornse fees a
total of nenly SSO.000. or nearly ns
nAk na iyn nntfrr Villllr. nf fill i 111
motion picture projectors and flint 1
Charles Itccht, attorney fodlio Soviet
Government, is responsible for the
nrosccutlon of Cibrnrlo, it developed
tOKtcrdny, Mr, Itccht, who never snw
tho high-living ltnlian before his ar
rest Monday, happened to observe nn
Item in a motion-plcturo' weekly de
tailing the suit brought by Clbrarlo
ngainst Powers, It mentioned that
Cibrnrlo was nctlnc for the Soviet Oov
cinmcnt. Itccht inaugurated n quiet Invrstlgiv
tlon that conllrmel this statement, but
led into a trail that convinced Hccht
that Cibrnrio was not representing tho
Soviets In the way the SovictK had cc
mtteil when Cibrnrlo was sent to the
United States, Then Itccht discovered
tlmt Cibrnrlo had formed twelve cor
porations with the Soviet money and
was dashing around town in $10,000
nutomobiles, to my nothing of living
In n flat with furnishings that cost more
than the total amount Clbrarlo would
Imvp netted had ho honestly fulfilled
the terms of tho contract with the Soviet
ven on general lines. The departmentf!
us uccinreii Hint ins statement!), as
ublishcd, must be attributed to nu
error In ransmlpslon or a bad version
of his rcmnrks. nu Hmv n pnmnlitetv
in disagreement with tho reiterated
statements made by the United States
Government regarding Its impnrtiajlty
in the conflict between Peru and Chile."
HEADS BERLIN UIMIVER8ITY
Berlin, Aug. 3. (lly A. P.) Dr.
Walter Ncrnst, for many years profes
sor of physlcnl chemistry at tho Unl
crs.lty of Berlin, has been appointed
rector of the university, it was an
nounced hero jesterday.
. IJr. Xcrn-t was prominently identi
fied with Germany's development of
chemical warfare during th0 war. '
mriu-Wi arrcl Uhvm 7fTfiTvl
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U. S. QUERjEJDOUGLAS
Envoy Must Forward Text of Speech
Made at Peru's Fete
Santiago, Chilo, Aug. .'!. (lly A. P.)
Albert Douglas, head of the I'nuei
States special delegation to the Peru
vian centennial celebration, has been
asked by the State Department in
Washington to forward to that city
the text of nn address he made in Lima
on July 28. Dispatches quoted Mr.
Douglas, which have been received here,
have aroused considerable feeling on
the part of Chileans. The following
ofllcial statment was published here
today : ,
"The Department nf State has spon
taneously informed our Ambassador in
Washington, thnt upon learning o
declarations attributed In press dls
patches toSpecial Ambassador Douglas
11 has nhked for tho text of his address
the details of which arc us yet unknown
COME HAVE LUNCH AT
iirt of city
Clam Chowder Choice of Pork Chopt
Fried Sweet Potatoet, Apple Sauce
or Halibut Steak (Platter)
Rolls and Butter Coffee and Milk
ten'nnl CAFE OPEN EVERY SUNDAY .Martir.,.-; I
Market and FouHh Ss.
Do you want your dol
lars classed with other
Place your dollars
HERE, where we will
jrivc them something to
Moreover wc will pay
CAPITAL & SURPLUS
EVENINGS UNTIL 9.30 P. M.
6 New Edison Phonographs
Model A-100. formerly S120: now 1100.
BLAKE & BURKART
S. W. Cor. 11th and Walnut Sts.
aw irVK im jam mk
I J"iSi5' w p'''l l'l'T fJjfssAi 1
is Fragrant and
Sulfite free r.f Cutlcura Laboratorlet. Dent.
XjMtMen, Mtu. 25c everywhere.
For Tooth Ache
Khs&A III !
Extra Salesmen to wait on you. You
will find them courteous and capable
of helping you make your selections.
Open All Day Saturday
Until 6 P. M.
Cool breezes come to
you 21 stories above
the heated street.
Good food, moderate
prices, fine music.
Your wife and daugh
ters will find this n
ery delightful place,
indeed, for Luncheon,
Dinner and Supper.
8 Till Closing
Le MSKf.Vr li P
Be Sure of tho Address 10th & Winter Just Below Vine
Do Not Confuse Us With Other Stores
With Similar Names N T i I f '' S
V s U i I If i , V,
C -?: w -r-
Eig Values Low
Prices, Easy Credit Terras
aic &t Anonst Sale
Keep a Tube Handif
Thot l...ln (Co N V
By this time you hove already shopped around seeking the best and most jour money
will buy. You were perfectly right. But if you have not been here, jou have missed
tho Big Show. Other sales arc mere "side shows" compared with the greatest' August
Sale we have ever held! Here you will find remarkable specimens of the cabinet- S
makers art every "stick" a masterpiece and the lowest prices in town prevail here
Bead carefully every item be your own judge that's fair, isn't it?
YOUR CREDIT HERE-GOOD AS CASH ELSEWHERE
cuyj a litnu
Kill II tuTTTit-
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JMy i uM
This genuine American Walnut Bed Room Suite. Bow Foot Bed, large and roomy Dresser. frcttt
! ilTlasWm WCU f'niShed and co-tructi" ""surpassed. While $200
A community that compels its children to
attend school in firetrap buildings is gam
bling with helpless child life. A community
that builds firesafe schools of concrete
is playing satewith its greatest asset.
PORTLAND CEUENT ASSOCIATION
To Improve and Extend Uses of Concrete
Detroit LotAngele Pirkeraburg Seattle
Helen Milwlukrr Pimhiiraf, C, In..l.
DeMM J?dlPoU MlnneepolU Portland, Owe. Vanccuve-BjC
"tiMoinei hariMjCitv New York Salt L.I. Cirv W..lnton
---w.nou.e nooklet S.J
-JC tTgf'- .g-mMWHw.injmi.... ,.
6-Pc. Steel Kitchen Set
I rtrf litiffet. room
rlcmet X ilniwiT'.,
lilati" mirrors, In
rlosril hprer. rlilmt
i Inset Inrco ex.
Experts Apprentices Helpers
For a quick, "live-wire" job read the
Help Wanted columns in
Ill vrwi ' ' '
THE PUBLIC LEDGER I
MORNING EVENING SUNDAY
This $80 Parlor Suite
. a.plere IJilns room
Bulte, niiilineiinyvfliiUh ijl
S3 triillMimn i eiuiier,
S heavy roll uprlnK, ,
4"w--o ''ffl'ura u
' S" iu
"rnf-f jirrmMi-M--n -.-."
S5'! i""i M
W&& Wk $ WA
Genuine Chase Leather Coach
Brown or Black
Hem j nnk frnnin
luinj mil Hirliici
KtroiiKly c o n -trurtnl,
a reul S.'J
Big nine d i q
One Day Specials 1
Silk-Flou Mattreii ,
Cotton Felt Mattreii
. . $7.5(1 :
STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER
nPHE GREATER part of the
A Furniture in the August Sale is,
of course, for use in the Bedroom,
Dining-room and Living-room or
Library the two latter being the same
room in many homes and such a splen
did assortment we have not had for sev
eral years. In fact, never has our stock
for any August Sale been so completely
new or so well assorted. In addition to
the great assortment of suits are hun-
dreds of single pieces for the various
rooms Chairs, Tables, Tea Wagons,
Desks, Bookcases, etc. at far below
regular prices. Here is one of the great
This handsome Bedroom Suit in William and Mary design
may bo had in mahogany or walnut, and is an exceptional
value indeed. Bureau, 42 inches long, $57.50; Toilet Table,
30 inches long, $53.00; Chiffonette, 36 inches long, $56.50;
Bedsteads, 3 feet 3 inches or 4 feet 6 inches, $45.00 each.
Hundreds of Such Values As
This in the August Sale!
We repeat, the values in this Sale are a rev
elation not since before the war have prices
been so low, nor the Furniture so attractive.
We have never been more confident of the
superiority of the Furniture and values here.
Not only is our entire stock marked at reduced
prices, but our special purchase's are the most
attractive we have had for years. Many things
are about half the former prices.
Our Furniture conies from manufacturers
of the highest character, and some of the best
lines are to be found here only in this city.
It will pay to come many miles to see and
compare the Furniture in tbAugust Sale with
that shown elsewhere. yJ
2 y Strawbrldirn Clothier rurnltur. ThlrJ Floor,
Motal lSdsteada and Bcddlnc. Fourth Floor
4,000 Men's and
Young Men's Suits are
in the Great Clearance
Every make, every fabric, every style and
every color over 4,000 Suits in all are in
volved. This is a Clearance for men who want
GOOD clothing and good savings. Prices have
been reduced one-third and in some instances
Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Stein-
Bloch and "Alco" Suits
$36.50 and $44.50
Many of our finest lines are included in these
groups. Every style and fabric smart and new. The
finest ready-to-wear Clothing in Philadelphia!
Alco" and Other Suits $25.00
Several hundred handsomely tailored Suits, in a
wealth of styles and fabrics including medium weights
for year-around service.
Blue Serge Suits
$23.50, $31.50, $38.50
These extraordinary groups of Suits for men and
young men; well-tailored of all-wool, fast-blue serge.
These are from our best manufacturers and all are
marked one-third less than early season prices.
Palm Beach Suits $16.50 , White Flannel Trousers $G.?5
Fine Mokair Suits f 13.50 nnd $9.?5
Tropical Worsted and Mohair1 Setc Trouerrs-fi 50 and
Suits $21.50, SS6.30 'i'l Gossamer . weight Raincoats
$28.50 1 $12.50
Strabrld .1 i lutliLr- Second Floor. Hun
A Clearance of Wooden
Porch Swings at Great
A sweeping clear-away of
Swings in 48-, 54-, GO- and
72-inch sizes complete with
hooks, ready to hang a re
duction of ONE-THIRD and
Now Marked, $3.75, M.50, $7.75 and $9.90
Ami at these prices they should go very rapidly. Choo&e yours
tO-morrOWl 3- Btrnwlirldtr. & Cothiir Fourth Floor, futtre-
Another Lot of
to Sell at
It has been many a long day
since Aprons like these could be
had for 90c, which probably ac
counts for the fact that so many
seem to be needed now. The
last lot, whi-h we have dupli
cated for to-morrow, went out
ns fast as Wc could hnnd'c them,
but certain modpls that seemed
to take everybody's fancy went
first, so wc advise coming early
to-morrow for yours.
Three models are sketched.
The fourth model is of n clear,
clean, checked perao in preen,
b'ue, brown and lavender, with
collar of white ninne. And the
fifth model is of litrht, nmmery
lookine perca'o in white with
neat black pr'ntircs. made to
open nt the side fin'shod with
sash, nnd trimmed " ith tho nar
rowest of white cotton braid.
Mravt ')"-' rhtk,
Third Floor. Went
Old Jewels Reset
Reveal New Beauty
Have you old Jewelry set with
diamonds and other beautiful
stones that you do not wear?
Let us estimate on resetting and
bringing those pieces up-to-date.
Straw Lrldc (.' nthlT -Tewelr, Repair
Dnk AMi 8 Market Street
Thnt will keep good time,
and withstand the hard knocks
nnd wear of vacation usage,
can be bought in the Jewelry
Sirawlirldir' J. riothle-r
AIU II Market Street
Straight-line and wnist mod
els, one model in surplice style,
and one with vest and long
white collar; some attractively
smocked and piped now $5.00
Jersey Bathiny Suits
Two-in-one model, in black
and colors, with band trimming
in white or a contrasting shade,
?7.50. Another model in bloomer
style with sash, $8.75; and one
model in black and navy, at
vCOO. Mrawbrld i i lothler -
Fine Wash Skirts
, A small group of high-grado
ash Skirts, including some of
surf satin (sllght'y rumpled),
and several attractive models
of fine white gabardine.
Strawlirlitun 4 OotNor
Koi ond Floor Centra
at Lower Prices
, COACHES and STROLLERS,
in benutiful designs and shades
rich ecru, Fionch gray and
white enamel reduced to $47.50.
STROLLER GO-CARTS WITH
HOOD the newest style full
corduroy cushions, adjustable
bnck and footwell. 0 N E
FOURTH UNDER PRICE
STROLLER GO-CARTS, re
clining buck-rest, looniv nnd
comfortable reduced to $16.75.
.Slnxwliridun iinihi. r- Fiurtli Floor
Try Royal Flexible
roof top, gneen fe't back,
proof top, gneen fe't back, guar-
niltLod hpnt.mnrif fin.t mnlu...M
p'-oof. Round, 48-Inch, $'J.00; 04
inch, $10.50. Extra leaves, $12.50.
Special Sizes and Shapes
Made to Order
Btrawbrld.. & C'iothLr
AiaU U, Centra