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steps the pain instantly. Then
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Stores will be closed all
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sortment of everything
needed te make your pic
nic lunch a success-rgoed,
tasty, easily prepared
Step in one of our
Future," should be
read by every man
having a family de
pending upon him.
We will gladly give
or mail a copy te you
Opmn Monday andFrtday
Evening; Six te Nlnm o'Clech
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Refuse te Take Action en Re
lieving Germany of 1922
SEE VIRTUAL MORATORIUM
Uv At$ectatrd Frtt
ParN, Sept. 1. The French Cabinet
tedny simply "took cegnlrancc" of the
decision of the nepnrntiens Commission
en the German moratorium question,
neither approving nor disapproving It.
t specifically reserved, however, "entire
liberty of action" In case later develop
ments mndj ether action necessary.
The lecilen relieve Germanv of mak
ins any further ensn payments for the
remainder of this year, but defers the
moratorium is'iie at present.
The Cabinet held that Inasmuch as
no mornterltim lind been Granted Ger
many It could only "recognize" the
situation, but it insl'ted that n con
ference should be called, attended by
"all the Allies without exception" at
which the question of interallied debts
and reparations should be fully consid
ered. The first effect of the decision Is te
take the reparations question out of
the hands of the commission for the
present and te make it a matter for
negotiation directly between the Dcrltn
nnd Urussels Government!. Ilelgium 1r
left te determine what guarantee she
deems netesnry te acceptance of the
Should the two countries fail te agree
en the necessary guarantees, Germany
then is required te deposit nn unfixed
sum of geld with some foreign bank ap
proved by Belgium. It is believed,
however, that a speedy agreement would
be reached, as Ilerr Schreedcr, the
German spokesman, yesterday virtually
premised M. Delacroix, the Belgian
representative, that Germany would
give nny guarantees demanded.
The decision also anticipates an
allied conference in the near future, at
which a reduction of the indemnity te
about fifty billion geld marks and the
settlement by cancellation of the inter
allied debts will be undertaken.
The Reparations Commission prom prem
ises te consider later Germany's request
for a moratorium of several years' du
ration. This will be taken up after a
new scheme for radical reform of Ger
many's finances. Including tbe balancing
of the budsct, Is presented te the Berlin
The relief granted at the present
time is for the purpose of giving the
commission time in which te complete
the new schem of reform and Germany
the opportunity of carrying It out.
The commission cipects that these re
forms and the relief afforded by the
virtual moratorium for the remainder
of this year will permit Germany te
float external and internal leans, the
latter te be usetl partly te pay repara
tions and partly te rehabilitate the
The manner In which the decision was
arrived at wns dramatic. M. Dubois, the
French representative and president of
the commission, held up the meeting for
nn hour and a half while he pleaded
with Premier Poincare te nccept the
compromise and thereby preserve against
Germany the united front of the En
tente. He returned te the meeting en the
run, and when he breathlessly an
nounced the French acceptance by
Poincare, tbe members of the commis
sion restrained a cheer with the great
est difficulty and immediately took their
Prime Minister Lloyd Geerge, of
Great Britain, is believed te have ap
proved the plan ever the telephone
only n few moments before the de
cision was announced, and the Itnllan
and Belgian delegates are known te
have be?n In telephonic communication
with their capitals during the late aft
ernoon. Thus he decision came pri
marily from the very seats of the En
While political circles generally are
favorably Impressed by the agreement,
It Is received with anything but en
thusiasm by the press this morning.
Londen, Sept. 1. (By A. P.) Al
though considered only In the nature
of a respite, tbe reparations decision
rendered in Paris yesterday had quite a
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indicating the sensitiveness of the money
interests and the amount of speculation
Quotations en the mark en the for
eign exchange market, which yesterday
ruled around 7500 te the pound sterling,
ruled 5700 at neon tedav. Paris ex
change strengthened te C7.50, as against
A 6lmuar eltect was experienced en
tbe stock exchange, where repurchases
hardened the war lean te 100, while
ether gilt-edged stocks and French
bends showed fractional improvement.
DYING GIRL WAS THROWN
FROM AUTO, POLICE CLAIM
Doctors Say She Was Attacked.
Fourth Case In Few Months
New Yerk, Sept. 1. Mercedes Itam
Ircz, prettv Perte Hlcan girl, found
vpsterdav In the read at I.urrhment,
N, Y., after she had been attacked nnd
thrown from an automobile, was tin tin tin
eonseieus and at the point of dtnth in
th New Iteehelle Hospital last night.
The police have learned from 1". Mc
Neil Dielman, I.archmunt, in vvhe'-e
home the girl was employed as a serv
ant, that Wcdnf via , night he took her
te a carnival, leaving her nnd promis premis
ing te return. Witnesses have been
found who saw the girl drive off in an
automobile with thrte men.
Surgeons at the hospital have batls
fie) themlveR that the girl was nt
i ld II r kill is frartur'd and her
"-'d.f.en such that it is hopeless te
Several times during the day a man
'V.'H the hospital by telephone but
'fjjwwl te give lils name, although
r:d all information regarding the
i.r unls he diMlesed his identity.
T' yj.i'ft ere trjing te trace theie
The girl is twenty-two, and has
w'jffced at the Dlelman plucp two
"'-.hi. Nothing Is known regarding
r friends or relatives.
Sr.e rgiri d onseeuness twice, for
.v.,r.-.ent or two, but her only words
".-. ")') avvaj, Jcnvf! me alone."
K ii t;.e fourth girl pit knl up under
x: renditions In that ielnlty
-..r. ti.f laiit four months.
TOBACCO CROP JDAMAGED
Ljr,'.ater County Growers Hard Hit
ljirtflfr, Ia,, Sent. 1 A severe
.Ttri uterrn Hwteping the county
t ' umi.t damazed tobacco in Kdeii and
i " lmm'iri- Tewnidjlps, where crops
.! pTleuily been hit by hail.
f.iMnlng utrutk the barn of ThemaH
'r.ari West (Vnllce, and deMre.ved
i , 'he "taseii s crepn The home
A JJaii.ei Kliher, at (Jap, was alto
truck, but net burned badly. The
extent of the damage te tobacco by ball
cannot be estimated as yet.
GET THE PUROCK WATER HABIT
THE water habit is a health habit. The person who
drinks water only te quench thirst loses its chief
Purqck water has the power te invigorate the human
body by dissolving and absorbing the waste tissue that is
constantly forming. Ne ether water can de this as
thoroughly as Pureck.
Pureck is distilled scientifically, by a special process, se
that net a particle of foreign matter remains. It is chargcd
with life-giving oxygen and delivered te you in scaled
Let your drinking water always be Pureck. It is mere
than a thirst quencher and is inexpensive.
READ THE WANT-ADS
IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION
THE- CHARLES E. HIRES CO.
210 S. 24th Street, Philadelphia
ORDERS for our Fresh Peach Ice
Cream poured in from the very first
day we started making it. And new that
the big, sweet-flavored, juicy, Jersey
peaches are giving it an extra delicious
ness, the demand is beyond all experience.
Your dealer has Abbotts Fresh
Peach Ice Cream fresh everyday
Abbotts Alderney Dairies, Inc.
for thirst and health"
are here and overcoats
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It is only a question of a month or se when you
will consider your Fall Topcoat or Overcoat! What
better investment could you make than buying it new in
MR. HILL'S HALF-PRICE SALE.
Mens Trousers at Half Price
Greatest Values in the City
enc-nau uw : : ! ,
Men's $2 Trousers $1.00
Men's $3 Trousers $1 .50
Men's $4 Trousers $2i00
Men's $6 Trousers $3.00
Men's $8 Trousers $400
Men's $10 White Flannel S500
Men's White Flannel and Blue Serge
Trousers at Half Price!
Beys' Clothing at Half
Outfit Urn Ben for Scheel at These Savings x
Cheese from the largest stocks in the city-and in-this sale at HATl."
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be possible very long.
in n2 I"-.8' Rverceat8 & Mackinaws, $4.00
I x 1 fUvS' Sverceats & Mackinaws, $5.00
Ii 7n U'?' verceats & Mackinaws, $7.50
jJtSOSuits, Overcoats & Mackinavs, $8.75
$1.50 and $2.00 Wash Suits, 75c and $1 00
I Stere Orderi Accepted
Latf't Mtn'i & Beyt'
Clothing Stere in
1017-19-21 Market Street
of th& Sweeping Reductietii
Hills Great Annual
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$500,000 STOCKS OF
New, for Eveirt
Fer a Quick
many of the
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else matters but
value N giving
row are the
have ever been
in this sale.
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