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-v- tv ,-. r ' A EVEX1X0 PUUWC LEDGEK PH1J.AVELPU1A, SA'l'UliDAY, SEI'TJrjJElt US, l'JIS .a J:- fcfc ' ja A. i. r t. t- STREET SPECULATION STOPPED , .. r g'lfourth Liberty Loan Absorbs Brokers Refuse lo Execute Buying Orders on Margin for Best Customers . 1 1 New York, Sept. 28. - "QO KAtt as speculation in securities Is concerned, "Wall atieet maj be "' O said to have gone out or bitxlncsn. The formal opening: of the I.lb. wrts Ioan campatRii by President Wilson last night means that for the "three -teki during iliioh the Intensive campalsu for the dlsttlbutlon ,Mhc fourth war loan will bo-continued eer-thins In the financial dls- V trfet must be epeeted fo defer lomplctely to the sale of war bond", Stock exchange lfoue, Grange as the statement may appear, atei refusing to do business on unj thing like n large scale, for even some of their most valued customef. If a person desires lo buy securities ami ha the full purchase price, or within tcasonable distance of the pur chase price, he need experience no difficulty In having his ordeis to pur chase stocks executed. JJut If he iIcsIicm to trade on margin, say even s high as 20 or 25 per cent, hl broker. aie, as delicately as possible, refusing to transact the businc-x for him No ''oney Available (or Speculation The edkt hax gi.no forih ihai there Is r.- rauncj nvalUble for xpecu latjpn llepic arv ii .ittfiipt-iie, t" iornl.ite miit possesx virtually t'hq full amount of the pui.iiise in-lee, ilrn'e bu.vlng tor u tlsc seems v constitute the oiilj form ft speculation that is permissible. Short .-i-llinc Is considered unpati.otlc. Theiefoie, If a man's speculations' ate to be confined very close to the point wheic lie can finance it In full with his own capital, it seems quite safe to assume tlut the volume of business Involved must be very small. An excellent Indication of how really dull tho market is is the cortv ploto absence of customers from the boardrooms of tho various com mission houses. In the specific caie of one of thf. largest houses, which had twenty-nine clerks at the beginning of America's c-ntty Into hos tilities, only ix lcniain. Tlicie has been no disposition to dlscliatge them, but nierclj to icfit-e to up point sneer ss'ois when the old cleiks left either as n result of the iliafi or ut oiipoi tunlt to place tlicm-the In better pacing po-'ltlmiH uf lio M nit?m-r comprislrisr this ame firm, only one now lesulatl.v itports foi dutv dailv. This is lij iu means an exceptional Instance Some Active HroUers Retire Another significant example ha been the retlieinent tif active mem., hers from some firms and their drllon lo lernaln as special partners,. thus leaving n certain amount of their capital in the business,, with a complete check to any possibility of a loss greater than the amount thus left in. This, of course, suggests caution and a dlspoilton lo look for unpiofitable business for some tlmo lo come. The collection of subscriptions to a fCOUO.OOU.OuU wji loan within n period of thicc weeks Is a task never before attempted by any count!. It Is true that the tales of Uritlsh war bonds, so far as the latest is-uip Is involved, aie now running ery close lo the $!,JU0,O0O.0Otl point. Hut that is another proposition, for it represents months of constant and effective efforts midc the continuous borrowing plan. Hut no single loan of J6.000.0u0.000 has ot been placed, and the l exults arc being watched with the keenest Interest in banking circle at this ccntci. Oversubscription of Loan Conceded That the full amount will be subscribed, and in fact oeru!jst;:lbed. Is widely conceded. The banl. wlm h alieady hold mole than J4 vuu.uou.uOu in Treasury 'certificates issued in anticipation of this very loan, may be depended upon to guarantee the success of the Issue. The will, of course, do their best lo Induce their clients to invest liberally and will bo apt to extend credit with utmost freedom to accomplish fills object. Uut it is one thing to obtain subscriptions In the form of banking funds and quite another thing to Induce investors to gather together $6,000,000,000 representing new minus to Invest It in the Government's obligations, in some States it is well known that the banks ate still carrying very large blocks of all Hirce Liberty Loans ahcady issued for customers who nre content to pay Interest to their banks who arc carrying their loans for them. Some banks, it Is understood, aie loaning their funds nt4i, per cent the Identical rate which tho banks themselves pay and thete appears no widespread disposition on the part of the customers to pay up. The net lesult of such a condition is, of course, that it is the banks .themselves and not their clients who are the bondholders. ISut even It Jtljebanks charge 6 per cent for their funds and their clients continue to renew loans of whlclf the bonds are collate! ul, the net result is that clients are paying the difference between 4H and G per cent, namely. li per cent, for the privilege of large blocks of Go eminent bonds. ItanUeis aie inclined to seek pa ments of these old 1'p.ms In as hoit u time as will be possible without Inviting downright disaster. Efforts to Collect Small Loans About two week ago 1t became knonn that a movement, springing from ofllciai sources, had started among tho Dinks, of the country to force the payment of. binull loans, man of which have been carried year In and year out by banks without any real determination on the part of the borrower to pay up. The borrowers regard the transactions as banking conveniences and are well satisfied to pay the Interest as' de manded. It has been suggested that the real object of this concerted move has been to forced the pament of mans small Icin.i thioughout the 'country which have giown out of the Libert Loan sales. As to the war, the developments gratifying character, which may be formly excellent undertone which the during tho week. However, there seems widespread agreement as to the technical position which the market has assumed since General Koch started his counter-drive in .Tune last. Today the maiket expects a continuance (with peihaps a few temporary wtbacks and some ncces nary restriction of opeiatlons In the winter months; of the long series Of Allied succes.-es. This Is a feature that .has grown up umlei the list of expectations, nnd to that extent has alieady been discounted by the steady investment demand In comparativel .small lots, which has been- one of the out standing features In Wall stieet dining the last thiee months. Being as expected, the Influence, theieforc, is not gieat frum day to da. HOUSE WAR REVENUE BILL DEVISES NEW , . - jSonic of Them Arc Mail-Order Sales, Sliuotliii; Galleries. Ridinc . . , ' ""'"fc Academies, u Busmen License. I ax ana 1 axes on the Use of Automobiles and Motorcycles Aitiiti.i: i i IstaJJ CorrripOitdtiit Bu VVanlilntlon, .Sept 2l Under the head of "Special Taxes1' Congress in the new war tax bill makes one last sweep at 'a variety of Industries of the bill. This section touches with a more- or less heavy hand a number ot Industries that are not otherwise burden ed with war taxes and applies addltlon- V? r 1 taxes levied In a diffeient manner -. m a number of industiles already tax- '-- . , ' J10JO- l-'or Instancy), It places a special tax - . . . . ..... -. - f&ti the capital stock ol corporations oier. i .60U0 taxes theatres, mueums. concert1 halls, fairs, cltcuses and other exlilbl jkn. and places speclabtaxcs on manu facturers of tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, fftc ' This Is the section whb-h levies a tax Lw VI jro'n ?ll IO au "fi lur n-c in -u.v. ' 'mobiles. b5 which it is expec-ieu io Ml.. t?3 nun. uon iA' Thlu .eetlori of the moposed law Is &Wlinted io bring 161,7K itf to Urn v .Aasur in vvay taxes by levying 5 at ,ia.. v . ...'. .I.- 1n .. ,.j,a,.. I iriinf. use or iituiurcjcir. uu via ..wav- ''fUiiibllea of twenty-three or less horee- fA.nSwor, J2tion automobiles having be- H-Jiu-uai ihtriv and forty horsepower anu 3 tie on nutomoblleB w Ith more than fifty .-.....,....,.. c-teiriei a iilfimnblleH are iWIDaimnai ....m . to bo taxed IS per horsepower and fifty tfwuts on each 100 pounds of weight Sew mediums of taxation reached In this bill are mall order- sales, shooting 9, riuiaim owuciiHcs, n wmd,,,v- rl and taxes on the use of ltm and motoicyr rs rnunillons with H can'tal k'Oek r'ftoW,St"'0 Sl? tc. be taxed tl ftWH of capital .wcw, imrti- TO HELP WIN WAR All Interest in New York. I showing their patriotism by holding during the week have been of .1 accorded responsibility for the unl- ' market for securities has displayed SPECIAL TAXES , lofore tlma tax hah nor been applied to coipoiatlons with capital stock of less than J9D.0UU. This will Increase the revenue fiom this souue from l.'j.Omi - I to 7u.fjuu.u0u aimuall. Brokers aie to be taed J1U0, as com paied with J3u at present. If the broker is a member of a stock ex-change, boad of trade or similar organization vhei-e produce or merchandise In sold, he will ue iu ?ou aoaiiiouai it ins seat or membership was worth net more than . :oou last year; 1U0 additional if it was worth between ?20U0 and ;,UOO, I and I15U If it was worth mure than1 J5U0U. i Pawnbrokers aie to hae their n-.ir tax increased fiom CU to J100: nhin- . ,.... m ... . - ---, ....,, uioners iiom t.u to ou, anu custom, house brokers from J10 to ISu. Tlm tax on theaties Is lo be doubled so that the theater seating not more than 250 will pay J30; between 25tl and 500, J10U: bettveen Sou and S00, JlSii and exceeding 10'-, J21M' ' I'ireuses are, to have a peclal tax of 2i'o levied on them for exhibition in each ear Stale, eompated with $ltin latt BoHjIug alle and hillUrd rooms are to be taxed tlj for each alley or table shouting galleries will bear 12') tax and riding academies. J 10", sightseeing automobiles arc to bo taxed 10 per cent of their gioss recelptH for tho preceding jear ending Juno 30. A tax or siuwu in aeiaition to all other I ta'xes is to bo lev led on the business ol i a. brewer, distiller, wholesale llauor a brewer, aisiiuer, w-noiesaie liquor dealer, retail liquor dealer, wholesale I dealer in malt liquor, or manufacture I of stills, contrary to the laws of any. i .State, lu any place In which such busi ness Is prohibited by taw The speelal taxes on inauiifaf 'liters of to-ba eo, clgafs nnd elcarettes uie doubled as nio alto the aes on u lit pleasure boats, niotr-rlwiils and failing iioatf more tlian flvr net to.ns GOSSP OF 77 STREET INTEREST SHOWN IN MARKET AGAIN , . . , i t ... SoillC Al'ImlV Ul81laClL UIU i ' i c.'ii n- Liberty Loan Is Still Uiif ''"lul. -" e i wpI Tonic gCM lOJJH A Ittle iroie Interest was shown , In slock quotations tn 'he flliuliclal dls- trlct cterday thr.n for lomo tlma P-s" IklUlpmcnts, uteelii and some of the oils, with ftcadln? and Intel national Meican- I III. Marine preferred, claimed the moft sltcntlon. 'flic stock inatket was par- ' tlculally strong, (ionic in oktrh said this iirii a telleotton fioni the splendid war news which continues to come in from all fionts. rrhPI TVflS lTlllLh riis.nsslon over the, ' report of x leanest for an armistice fioni i Bulgaria, which came In befoie the mar- I ket opfiieu". bu" as the flist jepoil came iluousb (Jeinipny tlieie wax consldeiablr doubt of tts ,iuMiiittcity until It was eonflriiied fiom Fianr .The swililen a'lvau e in Meslean ' l mai tlm tlos' ias alli'.t.KOil " Hie soufolns of iht shii-s. .I'tlio.Kh .r is sa.il b hose who specia.me in oils thai leflnerlrs aio not able to inet demands prompt iv and the suppl of oil leirltory is beaoni- lmc .seal co. I The Liberty Loan campaign is com- I mandlng the attention and activities of almost every one In the financial dls- trlct, and any other subject Is almost considered "tubon." Tin. i;nor.il nnlnlon in th t-'trcet Is that niil tin., minify situation stands hi the w of Ii Kiwi pi Ices. In any " nr. dceliiics of an; eonsoqueiue .in .uv ticlpated , luurtli l.lberlj I mm. c hanker remarked ex.ieida. Bprt - pros Ike fourth Llberts J.ffti that thn nubscrlptlons for tnitid States rertlfi eates of Indebtedness tn the ammitit or Jf.OILUol. Odii tn connection vvltn the loan were the stHinRest1 nMuiaii" "i i IU silt ces which It would be possible l to give and meant that lrtuallv onl ' about JI, 000, OOO.tlOO of tbe lean re- , niained to be subscribed The. sixth bl- v.eoklv ianue of these eertificites of '$600 000,000 was over-subscribed by J23,S16.50O. which icficcttd the eicdit conditton of the e.ouiiti'. l.ibetlv Loan l's weie anive -n the Xcvv Voik Stock i:change jester dav, although the volume changing I luiids was not so large as on several , 'previous d3.s There was a stronger I .demand for the tax-free 3i.s around . JO). Koieurn Issues were stlong with' a CL.iiBiderab;e turnover f louses deal ing larsc.v In railroad bonds said tjusi ucss was ciuiet and little charge In quo tatlons. Ititeiiiutioiial Meicautile Ma rine .inking fund G held around 'JS"i to !'. Power IXteiiftlon I'Un Una of the reasons wh the auanpe nient for financing the Philadelphia Klcitrlc po-er extension p.an has nor been completed sooner is understood to be tli" amount of capital Uie Kmei gency Fleet I'uiporntion Is to advance I Ar-Vorrlliicr 10 our.-eiit report, it has I oeeu nopeu euai nn- uuiaimmi,. - ... ' ...i. ,. tin nnn dftil nf t be Uov eminent woiuu ilQlHIiVU MO iliui.ll o .y.ww.. -- - 114. 500,000 project, but a Washington i .,',.. i i.-.i.,.. n..t ti: Run nnu n thVTgure while oHginalify published I reports were to the effect the Govern- mint would suppl all of the funds. IM, mutter 1 not r OSed let atltl IS . ..in ai, i,.n,i. a,f tii. B'llnii'.nir boaid . ,,., ... i.,aAA.ie f t.rtin aim- Hasillllffaun. ""' -'- uncieisiood io eonsttuction costs :uc to be abs.oibeil I and written oft aie cpiestlons which must fit st be solved. The passage of the emergenc power bill In Congress also figures Urgel in the situation. t.erniana-'s Post-Mar Plans A downtown binher was speaking of the future of Philadelphia In refeicm-c to shipbuilding and shipping, and par ticularly of the lecent statelneius on the subject' bv Air. Sefnvjiib and 1'etei O Knight, lie lemaiked that we in thl country are so engrossed vvlfh our own ' aec-ompltshmentH as to fieqiientl ovei ' look what "the other fellow" I doing He called attention to a statement by an oineial of the Cuaranty Trust Com ' pany of NVw York lecentl, in which Is etven all outline of what Cermany Is i actually doing along slmllat lines to - ties to the contract arc- be still working on questions relating age the salesmen io no uiei oeei to tho "a U6 of the puns as a basis on I "Third The offer of wre-kly piue tl, xvhioh the. government nut be rcim- -- Jl ' bureod ror us ouiiay-, mv i.unuinwi ; ------ -- . i! VrTifs in tmtLt nf iTiAtAriAl nnd the Mnnl I conterts luMili' ono M& out-. store her merchant mui ine after the wai l;nw j realize- they've got about twice ' This statement showed eil-rm.iny had (ler nqnn.il buslnesv, for many of u 'two methods In xlcvv or.e an ambitious have brought presume to bear on pros i plan of State subsidies, the other lo peels who kept putting it off, so as lo 'destroy every vessel whether enemy 01 , . neutral. i To can-, out the first method there was passed a law in the Ileich'tag on October tl, 1317. and the submarines weie to attend to the second. Interring to the subject still further. this .statement sas ,.m, - .. .....- !.. l. ..! I.. ..kn I 1.1 !.,. IIIC C.MirilSe IIII'MICII III I CUUiluiun . the mercantile marine will be enormous. and to overcome this difficulty many of the laicer concerns have Increased their l , capital great! I'rcm August, IfllG, to. .Noxenioer mei eleven ox ine jarKtu coiu- , panics had ine.reai.ed their aggregate canllal from 41,900,000 uiarkR to C0.200,-. uon marks Slany new companies nave be-en established: others hax-e been coin- bll",d ln, coiporatlcns of sufflolent : ie to cope with the new problems. Ship- rds are hems enlarged and new ones aie being planned. Many or uie gTeat munition manufacturers are making ar rangements to niter the shipbuilding field as soni as tho war ends". The big banks are interested as never befoie tu promoting these xenturirs. Among thi schemes to encourage! shipbuilding is the cfctablishment of a ship-mortgage bank for the benefit ot tlicie who lack sudi oient capital. Before the war this claps was dependent upon the Dutch fillip mortgage banks, but th Putch banks made advances omy wue.ii ine prospect- ive shipowner agreed to have the lestel built In Holland, uerniany proposes nor only to build her own ships, but also to. haie wliatever profit there may be in ship-mortgaging banklnr " ' ,. t. . i..i I llogus ratrlatltm The local manager of a large New , York banking and investment concern i---- ..,.... ,.j.. . a I called attention piiiimf i " uiumr . t,t chean patriotism vh!ch Is being -practiced by certain shster eotfeerus in I ' connection vvlrii their attempted sale of llaogus securities. With the "convincing" I literature which the send out Is Inclosed , a copy of tho national anthem the "Star Suaiigled Banner"prlnted in red, white and blue ''Such a display ot cheap patriotism for hdvtrtislne pm poses onl.'' eaid the manager, "may appeal to a user, hut It Is as obnoxious to tho?e who dstect the counterfeit, an wing the Stars and hirlpes for adver tslng purposes, which Is prohibited b.v law. In Pi' opinion, thero should be a Kln.ilar law applied to the use of tho national anthem for advertising pur poses." Fourth Liberty Loan INC Morton II. Alexander Phils. Stock Exchange. Bldl 17 WllUmi. l. V w. ntr - BUSINESS CAREER OF PETER FLINT A Story of Salesmanship by Harold Whitehead (Coviirteht) I Vr. hilchmd mil fiMietr void- lmr "'lioii on biiuinu, nrllUm. nrficrliiu ml (Hii!avi,irr. sk nr c7url;o.i t'nti.u viitl ..,", alL "" "'" '"' toirrrl irl ','" a,tdW! "'"' be ''" ' "' iuiii- y.oj, tchhh are anouumant Must b' tuiturtil. ,""",', 'o'rehnlcal .niri(.is mil he vnl bu mall. Olhtr qitnltoitii vill h inwr"l , ,, or ,,,., fcr 7,'0,, "."." Jlif ,tu of Vtln Htm ,.,, l J)N,' "'" moic week of Hie "silk ; J umbrella" contest. I lust the $1" bonurf this week, by a nieaslv five points, i for 1 onj. BOt ,( nity n the week. lnal thousand-dollar one. oil, If fd only managed In land an 'extra five bundled that little dve-cen- tin policy would pave been mulli ten bucks real velvet. The bulletin lsued this- toda.v i tad lll-s- writ I i. in t.i.i: ii v mi. x The third iwind Is nnlb il now foi the grand fl"al spurt Secrl i 'mi.gi's In tin .-id. ib' week. ' rofcon sMll lead- I"'.'1 ''H tn sixth 1lnve a look nl lh I "ldei arid see bow hih ou Imv illmbid UP the one hundlrd t lings T.i'1 lend eis ate: I'rofton Xd point" Men lam T." imlnt" Sterling '' points Weston , 72 points flaita 71 points Flint 70 points Only thiee men qualify for the 10 bonus by 1,'ettliig eevent-lt pn'nts or better Kxenbodv 'i.n n i-t'iipie t" vi" c fo'- e-eibid: who lifts mil pi'iiis will i am a datidv ntubirl'i 'm the ladv nainrd as the pilze iir,v The sK lenders arn nil uitlei t'' points-, so il s iinbod's inee el ii, Son for n Addeil Mlrailln" Kveiv man Retting tn the mc of the ladder will receive the ten dollar bonus flo it, addition will be eniei tained nl a ievlal ' line hundred imlnt bHiiipiet Tn he lielrl nevt Wednesriav evening at the Palatial Hotel. Chaile- I llk. of J'lttsburRb has ae-ecpted an n tlnn inspeak at this bar.qmt Let's clr ''I"' 'Ik mihII'H Wrathci for the week: Ti;eie u-eatlier foi the weal:, bill it k uta- iii i n u- lating and sunny for the stionc ANMVHHs 1 (ltKIi;M"'s's Oeitrude' - ltK a. good idea, but Instead o. taking out a pult v '"i voutself lor the whole amount lie icglsteis. Hldlt fifty-lift .wnli him. tell blm that ou'll take 1"0" wot til c.f Insurance fm every thous4nit no CPts elsewhere up to the annum uci-is-sar to get the one numbed pmiit" "l.l??.ie"--'jo tn It if 'i "" '" there's 'io rensou nil earth wh M"l sl.ouldi. t get hl'ii nuiie Pl-P"t" ,,, I met Francis in a beanciv ,ii inhlda .mil 5-how-ed him tlie bulb tin. He's stud: on the contest ami Is ltiteia.su n nij fee how it wmks out. I It's siilendlil." he said afKi bed r ad I this bulletin -This i a ical . i ntest aim planned ilevetly -Most sale- nmtests put almost impos-lbli- niiuitim nl busi ness to 1-e hecured. Then Jhe, fmiiieiitlv let tho thine fizzle out hVc.io-e the n sult is a forgone conclusion aftn a few da Now. tills rontest of the .Masiiltude --- ...... i, ,., r,.,. . , ... .. i htrlkcs me as very c-levei fur sevei.u icasons. "first. ItV nho-t. vet lot enable all to get their ......tu b.v working, -a too short rontest iiiav be wuii by .. salesman who 3"s ha a 1. " '"'-., - .M-M, inej K.-1 uii- .,,....-.. - bv awarding tho prize tn the woman nominated bv the vvlnnei That means I-,.""., . ,!. .t H ,,nlll in.ii. hid imhhc-u ,,uiu.,.....- ,- ue.-i lit ilg nf ale-men and thus stimulates the iv-m-petltlve spirit "Fifth r.vei erne ha a good banc -to win a prfov if he gets his miutn- ru all ean hae the i-oinfm table feeilng ,r having 'made good' iven ir tlu-.v ilu.i't win the big pilze and that take avii any sting nf defeat. "And lastlv. ihe ptnmlse if a relrbin tlon with sulIi a big rpeaker as I'hailes Oaks, of Plttsbuigh. bilngs In the rm-iat utmospheie "A xery well-planned sale ,,,mr.. he concluded When I think nvii the way the 1 1 pt us plugging without b-ttlns us kum- ii I've got to hand It to Coldm i i, who doped the thing out. I don't think I'd have thought about it in nnv other vva than a lilt of good ,;. p; Franc-is hadn t said what be did lillie IH II llBuniifiiP .... ..........fc Ci!! TsTHJ Continental- Equitable . Title sh Tuy st Company 12th Street above Chestnut, Philadelphia I I $1,000,000 Capital lew lultu- durltiB the conies :: licrlml I'm Jiiil mlnir in lav tn extra Imrd next wreh and eo If t can't cup Unit "Ilk timhi'flln not for Jliu.v llllleitple' rnke. of ioui,c but oli Jiirt to wj" I did, t ' It' J no l.iio now to iite nbotit the 1 1 minim t Jlfltiimti'H tilt eveiilmr, "u in ten nuuiii ii on .moiuiij. ion h Dnil'l be III MMIss i:i'tlllt.M luo illpiilflnl; It's not livi'ifirn, . (Pent b.v II. Ii. N.. e-l Voik.) What does this fin an to Atir? HiiMucss Oucslions Anuereil I Vuri! nsn I tnnk a nu-s In Meiiusiapliv and IMwrltlm., uhteh. hoter. 1 never Inaile iii.o of Whllt ttiktuir tile tolire ln euipla.r ih lihi' tutliir ntul ,lreini.iliei I uae m, n inme ijerinimnt nusitt,)n iut t wnm p.ihptil i an nlilr is -til vvell.tneuiilna friend tn ilik in tin. i.eivln? lliiui.eys wet,' Inrt filial ulle tlmUKllt Ihe bltJ 111 tlir tian.l whs wnrrh two In the bush. Iiinte n I hml it f.llrlN rti-ail Multlnn 1 iliil not thbik t i-i-i-vain tn look utmui for uuytliltiK ele Imt the lat vear nnd half business hm nut .epti h Komi us II ntluht lip lie.Ml an. I thai ulttlnok Is ver' bin l i:tinuah mi rur in- lo lt tin and take ....II. .. s V .. ..!., t .. a .. ,Z1.... I , t. la fl.,lilll Ihlntt it wnul.l be nilvtsMiie for ine tn brueh iin teimsrniiln end t n tltln- pr no intiiU I uni a..., ,,M II urn nur furtvl In Hurl this Unit if Wr.lW and is- al'le In in.il." nai I" Nit dniii l miii limiw wln-ii h n( re.ni '.s tint a- mimic n Hi' llaul I" le i taker inns' r tn art , ni'trthinl ' '! sitanlinn I'nllln wii .nn.. ..ii ill - , Is. v ii Ii 1 tillklll I.TKe II" H .1 i, IMS nf lul''., '' sua, lhl fllv nl ail I ilvn l" VV I 1 -I luualv .iwall n u n.-iiM llimusli me palier 111 I fia. ueal funn- k. 4 Thete Is ;i Ihnlv ili-miiiid fm "lenngia plieis at the pie-ent time The pa for btglniiPlM Is nbout Si; ii weak If vour mind is otmg enough tn adapt Itself to new business, method", and oiir letter hidlrntex that It l. theic- Is no leasoii wliv Mill should lint be nblo to iidvaiiie In' siime large urgnnizntlon to u posltlnn uf minor executive. Whv don't von cill pelt-finally on the i llioe inaiiiigi t uT oiii- 01 Iwu or the Huge ptibbi s. t v ii - i ipoiutlniis iitnl as!, them to ndvi-i nii .v'int lo il i In nidei tn ve -IIIe a iviiltilill In tlnli illlpl". I linxa- i.i hum h lli.it v m wniild ve v llll nil!- a pn" linn lie vaell a- e-md aillrn I IlllVr .Mill l-Vi-l IIIIIIIUIH nl KUI11K I" inn I itetit inwMit Ht -. tn see if von i-utllil K't ii pusltlnn in tin- diess nr mill de IMilinetit? With vim t.nuwieiiRe an. sum rni.iU uni niiElit iii be valuable a saleswoman, fur mim i-uiild mil imlv sell but i-nllld FilKK-t 'it'll make the suggesi. ed aliernli'ms I Iiojii. thai tin a suggestliiiis will eithet piuve fie nn s tu solve Mini pmhleni an at 1111. i.ile stimulate ideas whlili will Kslllt in Ms suluilnll WONT FIX COTTON PRICE I'ruli'sts Fniiti Soiitlii'i'ii lnlcivsl luvoke Dt'linilc SlaltMiieiit Hiisliliigluii, "-epi 2S -The (Jovein metil doe-- not expeii tn tl.x the price of taw m'tiii nt pu-n-nt t'liatt man Thotnax W l'.ige of the Ptasiil, ni'v i-otl.iii I'limmitt n, .iinnounred, nor left (he will the oi. mi tie,, to.ommenil n t"ie UIK.llon ,ltul (I.ni,i,,ting watte, was In exi . pt ,-is ii I i st te.sot- to keep the mai- ,,,.,, .... . .,!fn,.atl,m After a llveh I fioni t imtiiiig w ilil I The uiitmiuue mi nt in-ne as, nn aftit math of a week of violent pinte't lodged I by sni.thein lllnKlemelt and glowers osailft .,,n nheim to tontiol the in-ion Industry tlumigli pi In- CxIiil Mr. p.ig,. clei-lated Ills uonimittee pn-led tu uPuvv li tosi tin ffl lUillidenl time In a lap-i i as it st.ihill.mg in r. a a.slgin d in tin amn - i t iniiiii nl llu im Oil i '! lull alisli ibulluii, bi'iided bv e li.i lc-3 .1 l'.r.iii'l. i .Vgrkilltun The cnipnvveieil to buy r the liriiaitiiicul of ni.ut lotumltle-' is tin intion fm litiv-! eminent and llud ariomit, penning m ve -liiat'o'i iff tlm iudusli to be con tluoltd b.v All. l'iigi s roimiilliii IRELAND TO SUCCEED GORGAS Sn rein (iYiici'iiI lo I'n-s Service- Ae Limit nil Ofl.iht'l' ii , " ")" ,'" lecelved fi,.m Co- r luinbtis. i).. asking the nssoclatluu l AVaa-hlngtun sept JS.- Alujor iimci.il iu,ti p, n,.Nt annual co-ivention in thai! William Coigns, suiueun geiiei.il of the , c!t., , was refenefl to the exceutlvi .inn . is to retire n head of the aim' , council which will .lelert the next mcc-t-liiedinil ilepartint'lit nn i ii-ioher 3. and lug place. ' ii tu be si, ceidiil In Al.tjnr Ceneial 1 Tim delegates enthusiastic-all ap-1 Alettltif W, liekiml, at pietcnL ehlef Mil tie-on of the Aineilrau rxpfilillnti.it v fniies, aiiordhiK to nutlioi llatlvr In roiiuaynu ubtalnad at the War lvpart inent. lieuetal Cnrga. who enjovs an intei -nn, ui. il ic-piitnlloii, will be lai.xtj.fuiir .iiiis nid on uc-tobiM- i ami aiitnmaii- .ill li Hied. He will be laSloird to lie live lul al eiiui b.v Sei-rrtaij ll.iker, ami It Is consldeied likely be will obtain n di-t.-ill with the supienie nillliavy i-ouu(iL.of the Allies nnd tin- I'nltid States at Vei sallles. JlTre Towns (Jo Over the Tup s. !.. Sepi. L'x .1. W. Hauler, lleierl.v tho local e-lialini.il-. states that, while not ila-slilug to break tbe lilies against a pieuiiiture canvass, ihe little com munity In and ainund Ueveily and lklge- l water Path, N". J bv ptomptly useein bllug Ihi la'gtr Kiibcilptions, la able' to aniKiume at midnight, p'riday, Sep tember i7, a Mihsc'ilptlou to tho fointh i l.tlierlv l.iinn aninaliatll i.i ll In a,.! uf tho quota of $luii,uon Liberty Bonds of the Fourth Issue Good Investment for a Good Citizen "It pays to be Good" 4!4 per cent Subscribe NOW. The war canJt wait. National, State and City Depository BANKERS CHEER "PEACEBY ARMS" Applaud Daniels's Di-niaml for Unconditional Sur render by Teutons STATE FACTION GAINS ! C o n v e n t i ( ii Hccgnizc3 , Women Equal to Men World of Work in ' fif AisortiitrJ Pre' ( llhsgn. Sept I 2 llnlAOillfia I,. Ilin flirt -ffllirt 11 II tltltlfll i-otiveutlon of the Atnei Icnll LiaiiKers As- soi-lntlon, vvhieb elnsid bote ,velerday ported to the ollk-i nf the surgeon gen imp tu their feet and a heeled fur seveial pr. of the unity during the tw tit.v-foiiis m'nules wlieti ,tni phtis l"itilel, -Vi'ii,- hiiur peilud Hiding at tiomi .vesteida; laiy of the Xavv irfeiml to ltulu.it In'i This wps an Ineiensn of in,-, nver the tequest for nn .-n-ii lu-e and ilelnrnl m-w i awi-s tipniled the day In foi e tinil that nothing but nn timundith-iiul ui-1 brought the total foi all i-anips tu leuilei' uu llie u.il- nf the 'elltl ii I I'uw ot a ' i '-il"! could end the w.it I Sceietary Kanlels i-iitu-ludid hl ml , . t .1. 1 I...... ., nl.n. . . . . oress uy urging mi- iimim-in iii sin- their henrti- Miimoit tn the fourth Lib- ertv rin,,.i i, .nn ! ert nondhan. .-,,. Otto IT. K'.ihn. Hi- New- Voik banker. spuke.on "Ihe in -nae" of patet unli'in and . billenUeraev ' I! siinke of bl teeenl II spnki- of bl teeenl , ... 1.- I visit to the initli-.iti troops m Ktatn-i- ,.,,.,,..... ,,.,.,,,. land tiredlcled ileuy fm- the Allies The eoiivrnliin tiefore ndjnUiuiuent adopted a reio'niiiendiillnii or the Stale . . "" seitlnn uiglnc nil Stale- to iuks laws wlileli II make It desltablp fm- all State lnliks and 1 1 llt a ouipiiili a tn bei'nine mei'tibers of the 1'iilcinl Iteseivi' s. stent. Viler (iinllliitliiii The tiiiivi'iiitiuti nf the assoelallon was i hanged Ineienslng the ntmtbrr or vice pie-sklents ftom one in two nnd ptovlding fm iuleiUiite lepreseutiitiun nf 'tate bank-, in the lift of ndk-ats. 1 niln I this uiiiiTiucfiii.nl the State banks will be I given the pies deney of the oiguniatlon In tfO. The (Invci nmcut'a ngrli-ulluial war 'plan provlditm feir tlm active co-npeia-! tlon of bankets, tnrnicis and tho l-'ulcial i food ndmlnWir.itioii. In stimulating pn llseiisslon lb" delegates de-cllutd to ap- prove nn liiil.netnent nf a bunkers' urn- i tual b'uiid nnd butglar im-uiaiu-e cum-1 pany. OMkeis wrn 'leilid for the ensuing e.ir sis fullovv ' ' ries'dont, lloheit F Jladdox, Atlanta ejn. rtisl lea- u-esideiil. r.ii'li.itd s Ilewej, if St. Loinx ! Seeond re pusldent. John S utini of San I'lant-isru. Tieasurev, .lanii! I), lloge. of Sentile ; Later tho e-xiiut vr rounc-ll le-elcrtcd thf-so oflirlalr : l tleiHial secretin, V II Fatnwoith. 1 of ,"ew- Yolk. I Assistant genei.il secietar, W. L' r.ts-.w ll-oii, of New Yoik, !enet.-l lounsel, Thomas P. 1'aton. of -Vf"' Voik. plauded the leading of war bulletins giving details of the Allies' victorious mutinies on the vailous battle fronts and then stood for n minute uf silent player for the siinc.- nf the Allied aimle nt the fioni. after wluili the , Ureal Lakes Hand pla.ved the "Sun spnitgled li-jumi- .1. '. Tiionip.'on, uf ALiiueapolls pie sentiil the upon of tin- Ameiiraii In ftilule of li.-mkliig eecllnu. railing at tention to the fact Unit beuatisc nt the war nue-thlid of the au-niplo.ves of Aim il ea n banks at pteent aie women The repoit leronmiended that women be admitted to the banking business In the .it Ions rapacities they mo now em. ploul on the same burls a men. It was uiged that tho dUTcient local rhap-ti-is undertake to tialn women for the banking business. The cunency commlstlon ot the ns-o-elation recommended that no luueney legltlatn.ui bo enacted dining thu wai. but that the situation be expeitl siuuieu wuii a slew- of meeting the Im- nfll taut, ri'mniiiiln i.illiwlinnrtla l.li.li will be neecfKiry aftet peace Is declared. s .$1,000,000 Surplus -'-- SPl&lliiK fella Mm m GRIP SPREADS IN ARMY CAMPS pBEl s.vlvanlau. Jlls widow, Mrs. Marguerite- - ' Feely, lives lit .1S0i Powcltoti avenue, West I'lill.idelpblii 6824 New Cuarsai-i.!ir.cc.I.,J to Surgeon General i During Day 1'iNEUAlOJNIA DECREASES Camp IJi Has Larjic.sl Epi (Icinie lncrcagc Cains at Meade lly the lirinfre 'reee UiisIiIiikIiiii, s't-pf. L-1 Spanish In Ileii7,i iniitlnms to tapieail In nriny (amps, i;i2 new nisis having been rr- I'neumnnl.i eases showed a slklit tie I eri-.ise, 717 new i-asa-s being teportid It-omiialetl lltli 7'J.t llm in. ..e.lln .11 - -- ue-Htiis ero 17n, inuniii. .. . .-- r. ---. were l,n, mostly from pneu- I'l'aientl.v the situation at Camp 'Vv.-ns. .Ma-arhusetts has been gotten lllto ,,,, ,,.,. (, spooi(, .1I0(.,,gh da thi-tn wa a detieapn In the number "' '" " ia,' tipoiiaai Hm total rm- tile I'J' ''el'tk- .'in The 1111111I..M of n.-w lliMUlniili .-i ,.iu .1. fieri i-ased. bill -eight -one deaths wem lepuiled .Vu iii'vv i-amps were ndded tn the, list )of Ihosi- win-in Innuenza has appeared , I'ainp ji. N .1. lepurted the largest jlllimhei- of fil-vv (..M. wnli lulu, Pneli. muiil.1 eas( ifpnitrd win- tilneii rfml death thlilyalx t Influenza Is lin'itaslng ,-iI--o at ('amps i .Meadn, Aid . ami pike. Atk M nshliiiiluii. Sept. 2S. I Spanish liilluenra made furthei tn Itn.iils t Camp hlx .vestenlayj The ! Wilghtsinvvn i.inlimment led all mlll taiv ramp lu the number of new--eases, miutdlnc tu the silt genu gen etal s np.it Then' .tie ltil'j new eases at Caiiip UK with ninety new- eases of piietuni.ul.'i and' thlit -six deaths, n-aklng lb,, taiial 12 rases of pneu monia and HIS deaths. For Hie ,.,.); rnamg September SO in- 111-.1111 l.ue was i.i per tent, rom p.ued Willi 2." per rent the pieuedlng vvielf Afler i-unsiililng with heallh ortlelals. Senator Weeks nf Alass.-n husetts, toda Intrndtii-ed a resnlutlnu apptopi kiting si.Mipi.iiiiu fm thn piiblli hi alt h sen lie's campaign The reniluilnii was leferred to (be Aipiiipt.ntlons I'uiumlttee and Al.ijnilt Liadei .Martin piouiIslM Its piompl rn-lMriliatlou Seliiilm Weeks u.sohitlon proptised EDUCATIONAL yM Until Sevrs All Departments of TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Now open except the Student Army Training Corps, which will open October 1. Students in all branches should register 1 at once. 'Plume, llhiimiuil ti.1I TEMPLE UNIVERSITY llrnail l. Iietnw lterkt I'hlU.Tllilll.l We fit Branch z -Y. M. C. At Young Men and Women Prepare for Advancement liiir firms arc loMiur thousands of executives. They must have others. If you arc trained in the fundamentals you can step in nun iiiiiKc koo'i. Our preparatory comse will fit you for a more responsible position. It includes Mechanical and Structural Drawing, Stenog raphy, typewriting. Bookkeeping and Elementary School Work, Business will need you be ready. Day School open Sept. 1(1 ifiglttfSchonli! open Sept. Z3 Write, phnne nr call 'Ihe Dlreihir, rr'il nnd illliiln (, BAWKSt MIGHT MuutiiiAMi ami ii(inKi;ni:i'in Our RrjiliiHtrs Hie In lonntinit iiemnnil. Oooil ravine poaltlouv niMllt )ou flreui; Short hand, the. easy. Fiiecity Pintem. fomplete inmliiefi nml eeerelurlul amirrieN. n.iv nn,l nliilit a l,m Inf nn ve training rnroli niiy lime l'hII nr write I .into. fnr full liirlii-uhare nml intalnz i iSilM 1'iiir. . in mm.-ss (iii.i.i.t.i; tflla mill fiilli-fe nf Cninmerie ,Pr 101 I IfrMimi M riilliiilelnlil.t - -- - Teiulfrr. llnnleil 1'a-ltlnii- iv.illlnc. Free ifKl-t'n fur I'olleiie t. Mnrmnl frr.i(lujt' iodfrnirnjj!;r.,ji!ir-iliiijiii1Ikrjir. You lie Men ami llojw I'UIM-KTnV, X. .1. Princeton Preparatory School Colletr preparatory -chool for boy. over 14. Hapla proErool. Limited number of 'pupil 160) and freedom from rlirld clan organisa tion. Kxcellent equlpmertt and facllltlea. Spe clal attention clven to alhletlra and moral welfare. Military Inafn ft drill. 43lhyer. J II VIM:. lleHilnna-ler. I'rlnrelon. X. J. ouiir U'onirii nml dlrU The Gordon-Itoney School ror niri.,4iis spnir. street Start Some- I &CHOOL ?x &' Do sou wnnt tn get nn In life? Tn Im 1 ft Indlacennnlile In the world nr IjijsI E K nets? You ion iln It, i.ut jnu rnnait H train for It. (let tliln ttiorouidi preii.ira K tlon Innur la or .Mslit Hfliiiiil, Mi.irt! y M Utiu at ywltt ,Si fons, llaltr anu time. .,. i.e.lnut M , I'hUail.lptll.i. Roof saideii and, liim. 111." BONKT. Frio. ' ,Ja- d I that the money be inado Immediately ' available, i The, Xavv Denarlmenl nminnnreit lnt len.uil .iiiliu l.ee Fl'lier, V. M, X nt Wilmington, Ji.-l Lleutennnt Fisher's mother. Jlfs .Maty II. Flshei. resides at I'oOl Jcffeison atlcet, WllinhiRton. ni:t.ii)ioi-s MiTicr.s IlihlUt up: n:.m.i: liiiJi"!1 J!7pl'"."r. ','1"" north. .sun- f,V.7 L'r-""1- Iru-d.rkk JJ. fUmke Or- teL? i.V.a!ivM...r'v?.u ...- s'-'yta iileha --..-.,. a,,ri.u,l, siiiks nuuusr Albert N t lloxle ea rllVi-lu an..l l.a i ds r.lli-rtv Slnr III ll-.lll, fl o.tTlclal War Itevlut null I.Hle.t VVT.r JJullellns, L,.r.,,,e""i,7"."ll!ln I" "" scuircil In husliie.. nnlff. Temple may bo ,',i,,L:sV,"r sTKKrr IIMTISTllU'Rfll I'he.tiiul ,, , uf ,f,4, u""1" ' ' Itli: I. An.VVIS.iri.. Pastor ll'e Its", 'Slr'VJ A'jl "' "' rre.e.1,11,. b.x ! i""m lilla. s'liu.iii .Preshijejrhiii '"ii".' 'u'i'iC'!,.1!,"- "'l' ""' ''-, sr.v 1 i! i.tw.iti aiau.mii' !"',,V" J1'1,' Imllteililfi lam- " IJ.IIII u Mill N hulll. , in tlriian ll-ntal s4nn----w JJiijtJi"kat War"" "lnril,l',l:!l.,:,,l,,!',llil,, ' i:km" ( ia m a llro.lll lltlll Mliiiniii.il mt !i'.v J!-'ilr.'.,l.i.- J'.AVIliS.' Pa.tnr. vl.1J;-,ni,'-V. "- HHIIIIMAN. At. A.. Assitnnt Pastor. '.'.:!!! ." !" Sfurnion bv the Pastor. S .-'- i'. in. .-.lai-uain stiioni. .13 !:, m Sneilal Sermon bv tho Ps the MrrolMiis uf tbe War." II. in .ahl..n, I.I II... I I U 1 tnr Turn ... ,,u, ,iiii-,ii cn i", "llll-Imlill'M Urntmln nf Kllr.ib " lialltiilK. Mdii'-lirKH l1l All Ye Pni,e and I'ainu- tu Ale. ' y'W' ' "T, ",' W-tblil'ie iner limrei Nelthir Slatiiliers Nnr flaena. ' liililraltn . soln "Niie tulii Tli m Thlat' t-'ursal.e Him ' luiet, enpiroti and barltnne VVIiat llave 1 tu Im vvith 'met. llh Alan ut ajiiu . 'If inn '"Iii "Ve l-ennle nemt llearte ami Not Vnur eiarnieuts Tnur .-Jin irra l.,-rinJl lelfrmie A SPKl'tAI, Ai)r)itns ".. !' P.."1 ""v I! lllbshlilsn. At A.. will delleiei an address III the ehiirell hefnia the Vleif Kilneiilv lllble l'lss. sulileit -The llre.it llatll at Vrni.-I. don" --tjedHl uitislenl numbers In tlm uneniiiK- exrcJ.se., Pmf ('has. Ilreyfijk, at the nraan. The nubile Is rnrdlulh Invlleil , I'riitest.inl l-.iilsi iiiml si-. .IVMI.s', ";,i 1 Walnut sl Itev, .liihn MockriilRe, il. J.. Hector. a in llnly eViiiiinunlon. Ila in Holy e'otiuuunlnn with Surinam. I n in llvenliiy Praier tOhoral) 'I lie Pe. VVIIIIam VVio. Pecior of (lri, I'hurih, r'harlcsion, S. C will he th nftli lain I'nllai-lan riiisr iMr.iiuw niritcii. i-i-.--, "llt nutt Pan- riintJUKICK 15. lintlT'IX Allnlslei II ml III - Air .lilllTlli will pieaifi On i lirtstlin Manif.uds Iii lime nf War " Anthems- "I Will t.lfl l'i Minn Kje ' l.v H. S. Smith, nlld "(ind Is a Spirit, bv Hinna-lt Phllln II ilneyi msanlsl, I Ml Vltl.VN Ml( li:i'V IIP (.IJKMAMOVVN i helten ave and llreeile ht. lia v lliXIKIt S rullllKM. Alllilst r tl i lit "IIIIJ MhiAMMl A.S'Ll 11IK. .vh-siiis nr sYVii-A'iiiv j viis-s .iiAxxnii: ,i:sm:r, li anu vnke. uti umiMHist, .'t1l.'5 teaiher of Walnut St. Itiilh Sexen F R EN C H Class for physicians and nurse's,, officers anil men goin; to Fiance, Conversation, reading and raiting-. SPANISH Class 'for coi'iespondfJIits, salesmen and foreign trade students or lcine- Mtativcs. l'.cparation for com- niei-cial work in fcouth American tiadf. Kveninif women. lasi-e.s ojirn lo men antl Wi-ili-. phone or call lc'garilinjj eve- nin.ij.s, hoursi and fee:'.. Director School of Commerce and Accounts 1121 AllCII ST. t Strayer's Business College i I'hll.TlolPhta'i Kicntet liustnes nchool n 1 io ntll knomi tl"it IhT'Cc fiJrUs'mint Inie iniiiccfwao AVo hn the bet Teacher In town anl mm. of tlic-m, Uneriuil.l ilpni.M.t rrarllral (ournrv. rttmn am! OreBir horttiflnd, ut, v It bout extra tharsr. Stnotp tw f.tmon michlne method, whldi 1 lotl morn rapid nd morr ecrurati I thnn nn liand-wrltt"!. method ot shorthand I Siinntlfio Touch Tjirltlnf, Stiajer iUidcnt win mort cold medaH fur sped and ftt(iirtf Jn tspeivrltJne than ar wan h th' Mudcnts of nil nthfT liualiifps nclioo. i In I'liiiiiiMphtH taken tnsether, (Vrtilleil ruhllP Aftount.nt uthorli ot i liookKi'inns". i:Frjlhlnp eUp to corre fpniid TudlldiMl uda'.rf meiit, Chargf niodrral''. T'oiitlntu nutr-mtped Iiy and I nlpht tUie. ;onif urn for nnr'lf, 1 70 student now attend. nir. strt now. . HOT ( lif htnut trret I'lion M'ali.nt Ml , , ' .Thousands of Positions Snr nvallatilt tn Tonne Trflmrn In Rati roarfii, lntrrninrnt Work and litomaBry WMI-trnlned "tenocraphem & bookki en to fill the vacancies left bv men. The rnt of our rourse tn trnln Ton In imU nnd It takpn about 80 days. Our erad uttt hold an me nf th beat poaltlona t the city Write NOW for boni;lf or caU. 30-Day Business College rarkway Itldc, rtraad A Clierrr SN. Spring Garden Institute Ilioaiil mui SiiIiib linden Streets TKI'IINICM. Ki loni.S Art Mechanlce KUatili-'ty Autumoldle llltitroleil Piospeclns Term noav nnen, Wninen'n .riflnnri- In lltnniriblle. Archltec- lural i "MectmiU-Jl lMnwinc. Tliiok jllu WIHBLESS" TELEGRAPHY niAiuuts iNriTiri;, win arch st. Classes for men and women i prlat nerlodi. 1' 'TZ1'1 .r..!'.l'Pno TncMiat 3584. THE FARNUM SCHOOL 1R07 Vine St. Kenpena Sept. 30th. Klndeisarttn. General, t'ollecje Preparatory fm j raew. tm J A 1 1 le hqv a. MISS WHARTON'S SCHOOL nm 1'i.Ni: sTr.Knv iiuoprns oct. i. nlr nml t.lltle llav. CIIITNL'T Illl.t,. 10.-. rter a Tf a. .Voble'n faehnol for llrl Hnd I.lttld lioia ,'' ulienia .Mnnilii. tlct 7. ITilli ar rei Zeckwer-Hahn WJ" " ' .uvinivai i;a,ieiuy Ifltl -Minne t.. riillnJeluliln rmlii'iit fmuliy mnrtrn enulpnient. ArlJrenn f-liorlttin t.ewl. Murphy, .Munanliitr Director I FFFSON.HILLE cuNSKitVATiiny ' LGrXOVJll-niUUC 0F ,u,Sia ' 1824 Ch'itnnt Pt. Mlh Av. and Tort na) i ok I.iine. Pnlillc Stchonl Mu.lo faupervlaUa. - UHOI'KNS RKPTKlinKK I4TH I ,,'Irnii iVT Cw "rpf fiT-m xi EDITH WAL I ON HAMLIN I'lano liunnlnir S it err,. I'mere-slis Serlna. IllOO Mutter St. Phone. PopUr 290 W riAvo. vinfxn TEcii"kn MAUY i:.MHaT VKHNO.N. JH3I1 AUCil ST nAxcixo 5 r-lHVATB DatlCUIg taESBO.NB jr Tlie COKTISSOZ SCIIOOt,, Mirrored Stmllei J 120 Cheetnut Ht. Day a Cva. trfcuit ai. A TliArilFU Fllll K-VfillV 1'1'l'n, " CI'KttAI. RATF.H FOR MKN IX l'XIOftnM - --"i Al II MS llllMIKT-i v!l.j'llivi ..i,. i HOTEL B0SC0BEL UEtuc!jr . Amt-i Euro, plane. Unit, A, KJUmi ' Jl ' 'I u -ui m '.' '.J '" " - , -, '" iS. . i si Av a r ' W - , ', - ,.. :?el tie-- ;' .