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12 mtwi EVENING LEDGEU PHlLADteLPHA BATTKflAT, gBPT EMBER 10 mi II . -- "T - ' ' ' I - - ' T I till' J"-- I-H I, III . ' - -' ..-...... -.1. . ... III ' K 7 WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRi ELLEN ADAIR GETS SEAGULL'S GIFT AS SHIP GAINS SPEED WOMEN HIGHWAY INSPECTOR HAS INTERESTING PERSONALITY Bit of Seaweed a Token of Happiness to Come. Ocean Liner Makes Stop at Queenstown. vt. fmiilinniptoii vatrr on n summer morn tn-r niul the Illtle wavelets Mtrll!nsr In the sun' The sen RUlls circled round nnd round with ctraime and curious cries, itHd oh' the fioslni'ss nnd 'he utter clean tie of their now;- wines' Almio I stood upon the sicriiee deck, nnd watched tile Klioies of Unplnnd slow reCdr. The ocean soon would loll between-ond oh! t loved in native land' "Good-be, sood'byd, ileal- l'iglind,' t was sayiiiff desperately, 'nnd many waters cannot quench love!" Then lieu occurred a curious thins, and one which Rote mo courage once again. Kor as t leaned acatnst the steerage rail with sad and tear-dlmmed eyes a soil Uiv sea Billl came to me. and In hei beak I saw something strange. I am not superstitious, hut my heart stood still, and breathlessly I watched hei. Oh, bird of promise on the waters, boat ins i token of returning hope! Above nn lie i t she elided, hlsh o'er that inlm ioal htalnod omlsrntlng croud, ns ilcnn and puic and snowv ns the drifting clouds j aboe, nnd ntteilns strnngc cries nf pi li test at the scene she saw. "I'ooi toi' Inu. em th-stalned men nnd women on the stenrag-e deck," the sea mill crlnl ' natute Is always ckan nnd fi-sh in.l aung Vott. too. can live as fich and clean and fnlr 09 I. Look up tluou-;h nntuie unto nature's God, fot you have Immortality!" si:a ort.L's vaixed gitt Down at my feet a little piece of sea led fluttered from that seabltd's beak, j No olKe branch borne on dove's wlnss . could have brought a kindlier message. I "It Is a token that tho Hoods will pass, ) nnd I shall once more know true hap- i I ! I' P lllllllllill IT " I fHBiilHi'Iilk ! t!?Mj.if .ix mS JSmvKSs Kf um mm Skit Jft ; US&t ; A WafiMBBSa IS M S PI 14 M 1 " MUgAsSfeMvl w IPs HI S rai nwtwV)dlNHBlHKOIl &M &s WM lit WsMit linp1v!tyXflHP7IS!B.r?KM -? sa ?51 & 3s? sa F MRS. EDITH W. PIERCE BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES C Mrs. Edith . Pierce Extends Her Activities to Loolving After " elfare of Those Needing Help. The personalis or Mrs. Edith V. Pierce i an Interesting and most nttractlvo one She is the only woman every appointed plncss." I cried; "and many wntcii cannot ' olllclally as Special Inspector In the Uu- quencii ct.Tii.il love." reau of Highways and street (-leaning. I have that little piece of seaweed still. U(.v appointment took place In the fol- and ncici shall I pari wun i: The -rreat Atlantic llnr swept alonff past Puit.mouth an dthe Uns'lih battle ship.'. Austere and proud the cruisers looked that July mornlnp in their dear srav dlKnlt" Around th.-in hunu a cer tain bioodinff air of stillness, the calm before the coming woild-wlde storm. nmvTi n;mt the Isle of Witrht we tiulck- ""'" . ., ., ii... ,. I 1III1IIIV Lil ly sped nml out Into it." Lnvi!. .i. .. tho Buitilu ot HishwaJs. statiiiB that she nei. A oen cinnneu i""u -: UOuld like to bu niinolnted as a Special Inspector of Street CleanlnB. This sub KcMlon the chief rather welcomed. A hhort time later a notice was issued to the effect that a Civil Seivlce examina tion would be held on n certain date for Inspector of Street Cleaning and that the woman with the highest average woulu be Riven the position lowing way. One day, about three years niro, on arrhlnc at Bio.id Street Sta tion from New Voik, she noticed how ery dlitv tho htreeth were, and wondcied 1 It inlht not ho possible to do some thin?: to lmproe them. She discussed the matter with sevei.il peisons, and llmillv talked it ovet with the Chief of direction filled most capably and effi ciently. Ilcr work is prevents c In character. She soes to the different schools and Klves little helpful talks to the children She visits social centres, nnd Instruct" nor was nnnouncuii. i weni uen uu joined the rteerase crowd The White Star Line cares well for all. but oh! I shrank away fruir. all these stranso companions' On one side was ,i Rus sian I'oie. unKcmpi, urmuntu "" " , a Somali washed His matteil oeani anu ciraimu wild to save me a nffu uneaslnnss. and he' consume! plnteful after plateful with ravenous rapidity. On the other aide in' a Galician woman with a tired. i,ad countenance, a walling balay cllnc tmr to her lap. I think a Raphuel would have loved to paint her sweet Madonna face' The steerage quarters were constructe l for the nicommi'dnt'nn nf "01 ou!i v. t but -i hate COO emiBiants occupied them As oon as possible I, hurried up on deck am-in. Hut what a chnnire was there' Gone was the sun'iRht. ftone the sparkllnc wnvos a wall of densest fos now met inv paae. A sound, a drearv moanlns sound, as of some lost soul condemned to drift these desolate waters, was walling; from above our fos-horn i-oundins intermittent!'-'. I stood and listened in the muffled mist. STRANGE CALL FflOM TOG. A curious eerie call responded on n Vilcrher key so near it sounded that I i sharplv turned to see if It were by mo. But no' the deck was emptv, and tlv cold srav f-ff stll. wrapped us round The stranijp cnllinp nnd nnwprlnff con tinued. I w itched and waited, then on a sudden started in aUim. For from that mist theie soon emereed u shape a towr liiK awesome shape, that rohe I think for fifty feet ubove the sea I glimpsed a grfat and silent prow then swathing mKts enshrouded all asaln, Wus It a phantom of mv stupid brain, I wondered " "Th' Knlser Wilhelrn'o racing us, I think." t heard p youthfud otfliei ex claim. "She's a maKiiincent boat. The curious, vasrue ulmni still clunu around me. In that dfnse'foa how ens" to collide! Mv thoughts flew back to that rar'.y morninu trnsedv of a shott time ao. when, within Mnt of shore, the Empiess of Ireland sank silent to her !a,t icstln place bene.iti the deep, calm watei.-i of the va-t St. 1itwrncf f'mr Laurence Irlnsr and his brilliant ncti.-s-. ife! No more we see the-n on th I.on- i 'nn imardh' 1 saw him once in ' The I'nwritten Law," and mother sail ti ui eat Sir Heniv had come back to us asaln Great son has sons to join a greater father. The afternoon slipped tn and tvemut hrouf.ht Uh to the nhoiea of France The t'hnnnel fo had lifted now, ,nd t'hfr hours wa in slant A bustllna little ten iler huirlrd out, laden with passenvti". foi the bU Atlantic 1'nei, Dear sun.-ft i.ff the coat of Franco, I see again your ilory and your aoldl Tne tender rad'ance of tnt deep' nir. ; sHv cast slowing shadow on crimsir tea I lingered Inns upon the atpfngf itfk till iiiij1 i.iiwd ('wrm-d id ,.j'.i and twilight lecpened on the ilwics of Fi nice The examination was one, each applicant navin most difficult an eou.il up- pottunlty. lut of 41 contestants, Mrs Pierce came out on top with llylnpr colors and at once received the appointment which, needless to sa, she has In eery j f Q I i 3II5TKR TOAD rWA , on nau oettcr ro way, -Mister loau; T(?N. ' ! T"1rtti'. ct wlf.lnfr flinr,, 1,1 flirt rrrA l I i I V,l T.M .V,,,i hi,,..!. ,,, v,.. .. -t l a I I m atratil you 11 be hurt 71 vlgy And be squashed in the dirt If . 1 When the cart conies along with a -Vjm 1 i-.i IV LwH L '"" A 07 ! Xow, why do you blink there so sad? hdc- You puff out as if you were mad. TwU i Look pleasant, please do; fir i i wont noiner you, irvr vn ' For you eat all the hugs that arc had vJTr V CnprlBht. ll'M. Maltolm Sanders InhnMon Sl) V ' WOMAN OF TITLE EARNS LIVING BEHIND THE COUNTER N you imagine sunset without pink and rose, without violet and blue? With no softly tinted, clouds chasinn; over the sky i and no gorgeous crimson ball drop ping lower and lower towards the horizon? Yet in some lands the sun just slips out of sight without color nr glow. Listen td the story of how the beautiful sunsets came to be. Long years ago the sun shone with I all his fiery fury throuijh the long day ' all the time from sunrise till he dropped out of sight in the west. He thought that was the right way to do, you see. One day two little cloud fairies met each other in the sky. "Isn't the sun a perfectly awful person I" said one. "Oh, no, he isn't awful at all," said the other pleasantly, "he is merely stupid." "Stupid I" exclaimed the nrst tairy in amazement; "how do you make that The second fairy chuckled softly. "That's casyl He is so very stupid he thinks he has to shine his very hottest nml Imrilesf nil the ilnv." "Yes, but that proves how powerful i he is," said the first fairy. (, Mot at ail, repiicu inc owicr; n merely proves he only knows how to do one thing. Now I could make the sun really famous if I had the chance I want." "What's that? What's thatr" cried the sun in his gruff, fiery voice. "Who's talking about mc!" "I am," replied the fairy bravely. I was wishing I could make you fa mous." "Make mc famous," cried the sun in disgust. "Don't you know I am famous already?" . . , r "Famous as a hot-head, fiery person maybe." replied the fairy, "but I could make you famous for your beauty and softness, your color and slow. "Who cares about such trifles as those?" said the sun hcatcdli-. "I daz zle the world with my fire and light that is enough." . Hut he couldn't forget what the fairy had said. He thought of it all the hours. 'Beauty,' she said I wonder what 'beauty' would be like? Would it be as great as strength?" , "You could have both." whispered the fairy, who happened by just then. "Vnw vnii have only strength, but the poorer classes on such subjects a-s ;,an C y0tl how to have beauty, top. The not old sun tnougm a wuiit, then he said. "Very well. I have tried strength and it is good give mc siw'to fairv called her mates and they draped the sun wun rai" rIoMd.1. So the fairy called her mates and they draped the sun with shimmcry clouds. They tinted the sky as a rain bow. They softened the hot rays to a twilight glow. And the old sun was pleased and haopy and thanked the fades for their So ever since that day the sun shows his strength at noontide and us i,n,,tv in the evening. And under lus n. As one Instance of strength the trees and Howcrs grow, iccompllsh things, she n,t under his beauty people love and are happy and the oui sun is am. wondering which U the better. CLARA INGRAM JUDSON. Cop right, 1014 Clara Ingram Judson. IWrORGETTABIiE I never learned the wonder of that lane. Drenched with the summer rain, Where through my boyish feet were wont to pass, Until I left for the passionate town, Marble and Iron and brass, i rilled with all laughter; yea, and filled, nlas, With life's Immortal pain. I Then I beheld its magic. Then I know How every rosebush grew, How every leaf rocked In the wind blown noon, ' Far, far away I saw It beneath the i moon rn mntchless nights of June, When tho untarnished silver of the Foured through tho boughs, And two young lovers whispered deathless vows, And then I heard Each song-enraptured bird ripe his mnd music as we wandered . by. I breathed the fragrance of the haw thorn flowers, I drank the Joy that the black cup of night Poured for my youth's delight While round about me from great steeples and towers The punctual city clocks sounded the rushing hours. I shall go back some day To tho enchantment of that wlldwood way, I shall know onco again the scent of musk In the cool summer dusk, And lay my head upon Night's pillow; lay My fevered body where tho blossoms sway Against the velvet curtains of the dark, I .shall see glowworms light their llttlo spark In tho hushed evening; hear the crickets croon, And marvel ut the moon, Charles Hunson Towne, the disposal of their garbage and other houchold waste, The executive ability and Indefatigable working powers of Mis. Pierce ale too well known to detail. She has a convlnc- Ing way of putting nn argument peculiar ly her own, and a happy tnctfulncsp which mnkeg her Ideas appeal to all classes, for she Is catcful of the feel- I Ings of nil. I Mrs. Pierce was appointed liv Director Poiter to be Vice Chairman of the Phlln- I delphl.i Municipal Committee of the Car- I nival of Safety to be held In Convention Hall, September -'G. 2S. 2?. She has worked day and night all summer, with not nn hour's vacation, In her efforts to make the affair a success. The carnival Is to he held under the auspices of the city Government. Her enthusiasm has over come obstacles that would have dlscour amd many a ma her ability to a has succeeded in getting nn appropriation through Councils of $."00, needed to take care of the expenses of the exhibit. t 'N jy' '" S& If , ''''mM m tS &f4 . -. - -IwMje HI fe- K'l l: 'KZ fillip : '- "-1 SMART WALKING SUIT OF TWEED OR HOMESPUN AMERICAN WOMAN FORCED TO WATER GERMANS' HORSES Civil War Veteran and Niece Have Trying: Experience. PAItIS, Sept. 19. Trying experiences befell Major Kdwln Jacob Stivers. U. S. A., retired, and his nleco, Miss Stivers, who were caught In the line pf battle at Vaumolso, a little village about 45 miles northeast of Paris. The American Ambassndor, Myron T. Herilck, learned of the major's sit uation and sent Lieutenant Edwin St. John Grebel, Jr., one of the young army officers attached to the embassy, in an nutomobllo to bring tho major nnd his nleco to Tarls. Lieutenant Grebel found the American, who is In his k$th year, broken In health. The major said the ltiltlsh troops had been In the village August SO and SI nnd the Germans fiom September 1 to 10. There had been a good deal of shoottns around his cottage. He painted a small American Hag on a piece of boaul, which he nailed to tho cottage, and this was usually respected. Miss Steers, however, was made to do all kinds of work for the German soldiers, such ns seiving them at table, making tea and watering their horses. All their food w.ib taken except potatoes, and on them alone they lived for several j days. Pome of the last Germnns to pass j throuch. Major Stivers i.ald, declared they , had had scaicely anx thing to eat for threo I days. Ho fcayj he saw them eat raw pota- I toes and carrots. As all means of communications with : Purls had been cut. Major Stivers was un able to send word to Ambassador ller rlck Tears camo Into his ryes when ho saw the autrmobllo on which was painted "In the service of the Ambassador of the United States." Within an hour he and his niece and a pet bird were on their way to ParlB. Malor Stivers was born in niooklyn, () , and distinguished himself In tho Civil War. He was mentioned by General Ilorecrnns for conspicuuus gallantry In the battle of Chickamauga. His homo jecentlv has been in I'.uls. DUCHESS AND HER RED CROSS WORKERS SAIL FOR ENGLAND Leave the Netherlands After Work ing Under Fire at Namur. THE HAGUE. Sept. M.-Mllllccnt, Duchess of Sutherland and her rted Cross workeis left for England by way of Flushing yesterday. The party had an adventurous experience during the bombardment of Namur, working In a hospital established In n convent nnd nursing 150 Belglnn, 45 French and S Geiman wounded. After tho Germans captured Xamur, the Belgian and French patients were removed as prlsoneis of war, although their condition was such that they should not have been moved, according to members of the party, Tho Geimaus took over tho caro of their own wounded. Several shells exploded in tho convent jnrd and the house In which the nurses were quartered was burned down. Tho pnity went fiom Namur to Brus sels, wiieio they weio placed under the control of the German military nuthoil tles. Thanks to the Intel volition of nrmid Whitlock, the American Minister they weto permitted to leave for the Netherlands. TAILORED SUIT A WELCOME BOON GRANTEDBYFASHIOffl Refreshingly Simple for Out) door Wear and Designee on Thoroughly PractlrJ Lines. yiillo fashion mnv fnrc . 4 .... fume over our tnwn in. . IU,S Mi refreshingly Blmplo In the country tho walklnu suit nn.i n. . . ' "L . " " sports still pro tnl nr.ivin,lA M,t . . awV ..... lm ro designed iw of nil, on tho most practical lines ' ' The null: In (ho til ,,.,. ., . ' ... WI. ...uatiuiitiii una ... . features that arc well worth consld.Ti .u. I..., i.iauiic-iivo cut nnd style n.- , "f "" -uul Ior instance, whlrt' IB InilP ntlnllrrl. tnr. ... ""S I -.. .. KllltU un ygj g. - enuugn to warn in easily. U0tl, ivitj " """" " mo advantages c( warmth without much wclcht. aA .s' doubt, they wero woven with this lnunA Another polnf that attracts notice u tho high lap, although the lapels are W and low nnd only two buttons are used ill faBtcn tho coat. Tho bolt, which Is at tti walitllno proper, Is stitched to tho --,. nnd Is fastened by one of these two hu. J tons. The buttons nro used to fasten th.J .,.,, ,,,t uru severely plain, without' oven the cuff, or simulated cuff, which' mm unci a long-coniinuccl vogue. The skirt Is cut with a flare for m-oif- froedom In walking than the closely EOrel skirt can give, and, In addition, there art, plaits that aro stitched only to the koe, and add several Inches to Its width. Th, stitched fold at tho bottom of the skirt i a revival of the style that was nnr- .... on golf skirts, and, long, long nco on bicycle skirts. B ' on It gives a ccrtnln finish to a skirt and nt the samo time pievcnts any pojil bllltv of its splitting or tearing at Ins scams. Tho hat shown In the Illustration Is . veiui.v pimpic, out tne roiling brim keeps It from being hard, while tho feather U placed at Just the anglo that gives It dash. And here, ns In so many affairs, it seems to bo not so much what one doei ns now one cioos it. The clirrerenco In the position of tho fenther Is what distin guishes the amateur milliner from th professional, while tho aitlst is born, not made. Although tho suit shown Is primarily Intended for country or mountain resort, unless the signs fall, It will not bo lonj before just such suits will be worn again as street suits In town. For the woman of leisure tho plain coat ami sKirt aro not a matter of much lra portancc, but for the business woman the tallcr-mnde suit Is a boon, Indeed. In fact. It Is tho only sensible thing that can bo worn In nn olllce without gettlnj bedrnggled or untidy and in which onj can go or come In street cars without ap pearing overdressed. PRINCE OF WALES IS TOLD HE MUST REMAIN AT HOME Lord Kitchener Refuses His Plead ing to Go to Front. LONDON, Sept. lD.-The Trlnce of Wales pleaded today with Lord Kitch ener to nllow him to proceed to ths front, but Lord Kitchener, it Is ofTlclallJ announced, nnd to refuse tho Prlnce'l request, saying that as the heir apparent had not completed his military tralnltl it was undesirable that bo should it present proceed to active service. MISS ADAMS TO SPEAK Miss Llda Stokes Adams, vice chair man ot tho Woman Suffiage party ol Philadelphia and vice president of tt Woman Suffrage At-soclntlim of Penn sylvania, will address the Ethical Cu! turo Society, of Canton, Pa., tomorro night on woman suffrage. DANCING MARTEL'S. 1710 N. BROAD Popular Saturday Dance Tonight LATEST DANCES OUCIII'sTKA Sociable Every Friday Evening I'ltlVATK I.UbSONS DAH.Y Call or Tnoni SUFFBAGISTS PLAN MEETING Held at rsjjr-sr - N-5m?v' , xNnXsssssuSs A STOP AT QlEK.VSTOV,. At length the latent of the houi com pelled ine to go down below, Hut J was loth 'o leave tht pMffet scene think the .iaIes Mai stuart, lov-ly Queen. I nge.ed no loneci than did I awl saw tho shoies of hei beUivd Kiante receda with no more id "aoleij"' I tound trn lepintt (.We wa i.ar'l by tiu others, and I haUI -rm ll into rbe topni)H heith I'pon a vriuikl Jncoh's pillow, inv tlceti twad ri!Ltd, and I believe the dreamt of Jatolj mu ! come to me tint nlBh? At Queenstown the next day we paused. T te little town lay la its quit hollow, and oh' tho V eeiuu ,s, iif th. Kmyra.id Isle. Waves splashed u,-ainst ihr trrti-h-eious r.ick-boucd M,at. ni) i.iuilousl we awaite4 tiic 'utcnmifi tender At !'U tllfctOWII, tllj, 1 M .1 LlliiL.ll ljilli DSvorceU Wife of Lara Affleck Em ployed in London Store, , Liid Aftleck, who h.is dhoictd hei husband, 8ii Hobait AWleck, had an in ttrt.(t;n.' (ncri..nce after nuitim; with j him. iht di-cidid that hof" tiiianial iiosi- tlou tumiKlim ii.-r (it unco tu bees a. County Convention to ba Nev Century Club, A ount convtntion of the Woman f-ulfroyo pait will be held in this city at the .New Cei,tuiy Club on South Thir teenth stroot in October. Plans for tht evtnt now aro being made under the di lection of ilits Llda Stokes Adams, the vice chairman. District leaders and or- iivine. and, mini; 4 eenUhle woman with verv little sno'iberv uhout her, sha rousht ; gunlzoa from surrounding counties will i position in a i.irgc j.iiBuan uejiuuiiieni store. Htr altrs i tions. nersonality. knovvledse a$ foieUn lanuuges and oilirr obedient paiticlpatc. J'l.ins also nr- being made for tho week preecdins tin commtian. and tho p.irtj littlr ruubuau mo..nd hmidr ifce i 17 ( luirniB wuswa'a u "r. -.;,. , . ,..,, ,,.. ,. t,.lsaiir aml dans.ini 2 Xn lV2ln P "the New cvmury Cl.,1, at Chrirtm... lr4ttwrS; tte Zlum T Z Tlw bazaar will be open afternoon and SMrf Vt ftbL 5Ki.rtSli2. J"n ami n aUmU.tl.n li.. will bt iiviU n .'! J street I-vlou. and un '"arfc..l lor th claiu.-s All the mono .1.1 till, l,.,nu, ul "ILldame Ju c" tou'l ' ' " """ "" t-aiJeiioro nil. Mr.iU Hpututlon 4S u aplenUia L-rc-at Atlantic liner, and fiom tht. eat hei -beaten IrUh puasant women, u.nt on tilling IiUh l.ic- alii fruit at vorbltnnt prices to th pa:-enur, wer tied around tho watst by ruat rojHw, ant) blowlv hauled for SU feet aboard out -ni"htv vessel Tli Mist aLo&rrl. & hiir dark, handsome woman. a 9 regujai i tMHwadaf.' mountjlneer, for with the anility id a tlv ' t'lM84 on the window pane she planted largv da. t-rmlned f(t on the aide of the liner .uiU UUr.tlli Bulk I up' iUi Urnling o te tetiati' dk was statedly uraeful tor the tu nub-nose4 frttklea lrlh bovs who mampuUUd th giet rope erkfd a suiklenl'. at the end She shot I'inongvi ub n-ad tiist, tuci list "Uih. Miki ii fiile'" she ned amid her laueh er '"The diwl take e for hL own" 'TU ,11'cd I am ontoirely' bUfcinesa woman "1 ti'd sume tataci aniuilns expe rltntek." iuvu nhf "Onus du I had Just coiKljdtd a sale in French with a 1'arixlaii eustonun, ami as 1 turned away another customs! nationlzingly remail.'d 'Ho1 v.il! tlurittd ou shorigirls ai Uq vgy attena evening -'ieu t. tht. sti.tt. foi Us work in tht min,j ' em Burnwell Coal FXNTJ ENQKrg qOMET AGAIN WIIA.1AMS OAV. Wii . Sept. 19 Knckis'tj cojiiki has been relit,ovvit'l by Prof K. K Hain.ird. of the Verkos Db wsrvator, on photograph., he announced kterda The comets position was riifht ai iikiQji 3 houis 4S minutes 10 M..ond, Otclltuliyn uoith 'il degrees 4b mlnuti.--. Our BURNWELI. is no fiction, but a prrade that does indeed burn ex tremely well and pro duces the be&t results in heat and economy. I tt DELIVER AIQ0.-.E10N nio.TSA5t nM E. J. Cummings 1 Yards: Blain OiTice, 413 N. 13th St, I Ufcri5ms!asmSs;- jssfysesssssSi&seiasuS uzm mmrusmm&sss dskfiieWaman who wears a Grossman Suif ffi&jji . 'j-TfTif WUffliHUllilliliaBllHiil'S MA J p) f In I I 'Il t l fit fi 91 ...r 0$nT grossman's Fall Opening In our spacious new quarters you will find the charming Grossman Suits for Autumn. We invite you to see and select. Grossman Suits this season will be more perfect in style, design and fit than ever before. All our im ported cloths arrived before the war. And Mr. Gruman, a master-tailor and master-designer, is now with us as head-fitter. As a special introduction to our new quarters and an inducement to have you come and sec us here, we offer Suit or Top Coat made of Imported fabric $30 to $40 value for $15 and $20 It'c oufiinufce all garments to be pereet fit fit and to give entire satisaction. GROSSMAN THE LADIES' TAILOR 1307.9-11 Market Street ELEVATOR ENTRANCE- 1307 ksssskjsk: Good Suggestions for Home Building If you are building a home, putting up an apartment house, erecting a bunga low or cottage, laying out a country place, improving your grounds, or re modeling, enlarging or redecorating, you'll get many a practical hint from "Indoors and Out" This beautiful and instructive magazine will be issued as a special supplement to the Public Ledger on Tuesday, Septem ber 22d. It contains sixteen pages of sound advice to every kind of property owner and prospective builder, printed on fine coated paper and well illustrated with photographs, plans and drawings. The data for every article has been obtained from prominent architects, contractors, interior decorators and gar deners. To get this big, free supple ment, place your order today for next Tuesday's PUBLIC &&3&J&Mf?i$? 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