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title: 'The times dispatch. (Richmond, Va.) 1903-1914, November 19, 1912, Page 11, Image 11',
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Sonic of City's Industries Men
of Brotherly Love Are
PhUadelpnta v.?m only one-sixtieth
of the population of the republic, pro
duces one-twentieth of all Its manufac
* Philadelphia's new filler plant, coat?
ing |2*.out>,U(>0. la the finest and most
economically constructed lu the wen la.
It has sixty-five niters, each three
quarters or an acre In extent, with a
uatly capacity ol 2i0.UUO,?ot? gallon* ol
water, total capacity of 3'J4.ut?t>,ooo gal?
Philadelphia has 16.000 manufactur?
ing plants, employing 250.000 skilled
laborers, each year consuming Stou,
000,000 of. raw material and producing
$700,000,000 of manufactures.
Philadelphia leans every city in the
republic In the value of its manufac?
turer of locomotives, cat/pets and rugs,
leather, hosiery and knit goods, woolen
goods, straat railway cars, iron ana
steel ship-building, felt bats, saws, up?
holstery goods and oilcloth.
Philadelphia stands secotid ;n the
production of foundry and machine
shop products, sugar and molasses re
lining, petJi oleum refining, worsted
goods, chemicals, druggists' prepara?
tions, dyeing and finishing textiles,
cordage and twine and fertilizers.
Philadelphia, haa been a ?hlp-build
ing centre for a century and a quarter
?to-day a greater tonnage of steel
ships if built on the Delaware Hiver
than In all the rest of the republic com
Swan* Lively Manntet luring.
Philadelphia manufactures eight
locomotives every working any. eor 2.
SC2 in the year. Thea? locomotives on
a perfectly leved track would haul 148,
000 loaded cars of fifty tons capacity.
Philadelphia manufacturee each year
44,404,000 yards of carpet?enough to
put a bolt around the earth and leavo a
remount long enough to reach Cin?
Philadelphia manufacture* each year
S4.OoS.Ovo yards of worsted goods
enough to make a rait of clothes for
every man over nineteen years of age
now resident in the Mew England and
kiddle Atlantic States,
Philadelphia manufactures each year
12.000,000 dosen hose and half hose?
enough to allow two pairs for every
man, woman and child in the United
Philadelphia manufactures each year!
2,000.000 dozen underwear?enough to.
give two shirts and drawers to every;
one in Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia manufactures each year
4,800.000 hats. The bands, end on end,
would roach front Philadelphia to Den?
Philadelphia manufactures each year
180.000.woo yards of cotton piece goods
?enough to make n pair of sheets for,
every family In the United States.
Philadelphia manufactures each year'
28.000,000 yards of woolen goods?
enough to make uniforms for all the1
armies of Europe now in active ser?
Philadelphia baa 105 naUonal banks,
trust companies and savings funds,
with total capital and surplus of $107,
040,040 and depoeita of S4S7.S4rS.awS.
Philadelphia haa 1.000 buaineaa firms
and corporations engaged in the whole?
Philadelphia haa an export and im?
port trade of $175.000.000 annually.
Philadelphia in past fifty-two years
has borrowed $136.000.000; haa paid
off $73.000,040 of this debt, and now,
with only $43,000,000 outstanding, owns
property valued at more than $277.
Philadelphia's assessed realty values
nave increased flSS.0vo.sa4 la the past
five years, during which period the city
haa built more than 30.000 dwellings
Philadelphia has 440 buildings so?
cieties, with $58.000.000 of assets.
Philadelphia was founded aa a city in
Philadelphia la the city which stave
birth to the B1U of Rights.
Philadelphia is the borne of the
Declaration of Independence.
Philadelphia ts the birthplace of the
Constitution of the United State?.
Philadelphia was the home of the
first United States mint.
Phlladelphit was the home of the
trat United states post-oQce.
Philadelphia haa always been the
financial rallying point of the republic.
In the War of Indspendsncs. Robert
Morris financed the army; fn the War
of 1812. Stephen Oirard trepleniahed an
empty treasury. In the Mexican War.
E. W. Clark successfully financed the
Philadelphia's two great universities
have a student enrollment In excess of
8,404. while her public and Jurocbtal
schools furnish educational facilities
for more than 250.0O0 children.
Philadelphia la the great medical
educational centre of the United States.
With six medical colleges Of Interna?
Philadelphia haa SIC churches. 324
hospitals and ssylums.
Philadelphia haa 311 public schools,
with on enrollment of 2(0.440 pupils,
j Philadelphia has fifty-seven porks
OStd squares, one of them be tug the
largest park in the world, containing
over 3,444 acres.
Philadelphia bos 1.S40 miles of grad?
ed and paved streets
Philadelphia haa the finest high
pressure fire service In the world,
drawing water direct from the Dela?
ware River, with twenty-Inch distri?
buting main supplying twelve and ats
teen-lnch mains Into buaineaa district;
Its apt mal pumping plant, which can
he part bs Instant operation, has a ca?
pacity of 14,4*4 gansau a minute, with
a power to throw *T two-Inch stream
23* feet vertical. That service ts now
being iaatnOed hp other cttteu
Philadelphia has I.MS miles of water
main tn use. If placed tn a straight
lino they would reach from Philadel?
phia to Havana. Cuba,
Philadelphia contains $?14*4 build?
ings, of which 314.4*4 are dweUlnga: $4
per cewt of this* d we Stags ore oc?
cupied by only one family, and St per
ossit have been built attain the pant
ten jus a
Philadelphia bos thirty miles of avail?
able 1 root truest, lylnc bat ? son two
great risers, with a thirty-toot channel
to the eea.
mnadotpaiq has at* ndles of electric
tramways. Including elevated.
rgeut body of B>il1?d Ubor ever
enubsieS tnsjst??i In one city. Is situat?
ed wlthtn a few heerr railway haul of
?he ay son at coal fields la the world.
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tery. and ts the dnstrlhwtlng point for
the trade of 214*4.4*? people.
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