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JWJPWJl'''l- rriwrnqijjnTp.m 7 ;J r 3? MADE i- . ,i" ' 'i " - i j. ..,?;.' M , s LUMBERINDUSTRY STABILIZATION PHILADELPHIA. IS ARMY DENTIST MARINES SWELL CASUALTY LIST Honor Roll of Sea-Soldiers Numhers 69, Including 65 Dead 12 ON CASUALTY Hm . PNEUMONIA VICTIMS i. f y I SslssBgsr " '.V'.aHL..- . isaU! Honor RoU for City Today DIET) rnOM AOCIDKNT OR OTHER CAUKE lrlTt "ireef"8 T' KEI'rjlAN- Chestnut DIED OF niSEAAF, rrttatrs UfB?l5ST.S n"11":. 672 Wt Twen ItrMt NKuMAN, Jr., 1710 Unity WOUNDED RUOnTLV I.lfnlenant IYPT DICTATOR Mlion. Grave as Disor Department of Commerce Trying Same Method as With Steel ChntcauvThicrry Hero Dead After Five Months' Fight for Life ders Spread Through HiWholc Nile Valley .bsbbbbbbbbibbbbbbbbbbbbbW WE ATTACKS REBELS ; , ' Annorcd Car Fires Unon the Miw-t. i k$ Rioters, Killing 13 and UTi WountliiiR 37 the Uw "y ",c -Associfited rress ir, V.1UVU, AliaiVll - Vr....pj .V '"jrfave eltuatlon in Egvpt and the pres cience ot General Sir r. Reginald AVIn- fate, hlsh commissioner for Kgypt. In jdon, General Allenbj, tho com- 'jmander oF Allied forces In Pslesllne. has Kf;yi , , Baleen appointed special high commls- BS' aioner for Egjpt and the Soudan He EjjJhaa been given supremo authority In Uf 1t military and civil matter-? and will ELs takfl all ornedlrnt measures tn restore jlV ordM and maintain tin npnfftnlnraln .v r 4 Lgypt, according to on ouiciai announce- K.-wnt, Unofficial advices from Kgjpt show .JL,that the disorders In that country have spread through the whole alley of the ft .Mile, irom Cairo to Assuan, and are l& being largely directed toward the de struction of r.iihvaj and telegraph line" If The latest Reuters telegram from Calio U UUUCf UAir UL A.IHI.il Ji BlilLfU Midi fe... (!alra had hepn fillip, fnp tun rifln. with ip the exception of an Incident in thn IMK, li. J 4l ) tWfiiJfp" HINNEGArW , m JX I POT I I i fw PART OF BROAD SCHEME Scope of Business Revival, Program Includes All Raw Materials i Uy ihr Associatrd Pre Umlilnuton, Starch 2J Price agree ments affecting many of thn more Im portant raw matoilals in an effort toward relnl and slabillzation Qf bust- nes, nro expected to follow qulckl the agreement reach'd hem jeterdnj" 1 between stetl producers and the new In dustrial board of the Department of t ommerce Lumber njg taken up toda leaders of 'ho indu-ttj (onferrlng with the bo ird Although elements In tho lum ber situation tiro In some repects dlf fuent fititti thosjo in the tel lnduslr the same basic goal wai piesented to the lonfereet Relation of lumber to other buililing niaterialH hIio was inoled The lumber confeience began with an i r of optimism and oo operation e Ident. though it wns .itl that in tho absence L mi ii i i m iih 1 ltllftrJJLi' Vl I ;",! :Jbi9KBfBm9iS9KIfl iity HivBfl n ' lalbilBtiHyiH&JJrVH MW nMiyff iwfflf iiSii ' tMsS fry DAY'S TOTAL IS 659 Army Losses 590, of Which 90 Are Deaths in Action tal Surgeon, Will "Sec Tt Out Lieutenant V da P Turler. a T'hlla- of i ..airman 'Jeoige PetK. who Is In i delphia dentil Burgeon. "ajs there Is still n I I un-,8,5"s,on "rDa,lv i work for him abroad 'uits to be worked out lievt weel. Theie are no contagious diseases In our Thn example set b the steel industrr .outfit, onl wounded Anxious as I am Lieiilcnant V. lc S. TucKcr, 922 North S!xt)-tliinl street, Ovcrbrook, is diief dental Mirgeuu at Ilaee IIopital 108 in Tranrc FINDS WORK AHEAD ABROAD " PRUSSIAN CABINET FAILS"" Lieuleiinnt F. tie S. Tucker, Dcn- IVt-iuicr Itciiiains, After Assem- lilj Action, to Form New One BROTHERS IN ARMY MEET lelied on itrongh b the industrial ooiifi as an tnnuence toward success in negotiations with represntatlcs of other raw m-iterlal men Mthough the effect of the steel prioer. to return In nraetlro In Philadelnhla. I sure don I want to go while 1 can do anything for them here And I know If Mill could see them ou would en courage mo to sta here with them," no sajs tlie American ooys iccene I Ssylden Zcnal ciuarter where an armored Vi car flred upon rioter killing thirteen PS and "wounding- tlilrtj-seeti K Thft Situation In th npnllnrpa Vin-n r r " ever, was reported to be w orse nioters Bf feil rrverl 4n l.a. a &..ni aA t. a mhUb W. "- ,vwfcv mj i.n.r jiiiv.cvt kite .una fk h ,'., .v. ard I,eK,(ah nd to, DlUlnCJa IW AKITll ITlfctl lowered from m to 14 per cent. Is ex-, the best dental rare and that they are Bp( .., .wfvvi nio 3iti.Liuii l ivckiuji v i. j Pected to bo utlprflf tpmimpnHlv at nuieu lor men smiles ann wiiuc iri-m M .h Ottllnoul, on alrnlnn .ll.,.r.,l ...I I I..I... II-. 1 i ' " l. 'P ll"ef' temporarily at MwilMnnt Tll.i 11 ntlnrhml In lu 8-'' Vi: T 7 . . :.' . ' " -!-- miiuiuc iliiil juiiii IllllllOIinil imi-, leasr on a iew or tlie so-callco ' lilsn-ii,.rr., Vao . " ?.....:..;..." i i. v.i-e i l.. .... li,. i.i.i:... WOWU 01 rioters, innictlng a number or I r I ! i- I cost qtpsl nnnnf i-tnroi- tl,. ..nral ', plldl " '" ' '""-, unr in- in ":' -' "" n'l n..iilli- .Laaualtles. The l.,r Urltl.h for,-, of JOV Reunion While on l'lirloucll , ,' . !eI mlr"fict.Ur.er?' . "e gem?r.al 'dental and oral surgeon lie is n grad-I '." I.lZ:: .1 . i ' iiiuu-iriai ip-im omciais uenee, win ne uate of ht Josenh s Colleco and tne pj, iroopB aireaay in x gipi aro oemg re- iwo nroiiinis rioin Philadelphia, beneficial and lnmdlateK to Un!erslt of Pennshanla IT. nfnrmA . Qari itio- m flm i cm. ... .-.. n)ien...l . i-V"" '."." ' "" -v"" .tiiu w..7.,u i-no sted Drue acippmpiit it . rtn- - 1& . , .a . . , ., ITIftTir a. nn, ... !--..... a...41, .flnu - " . imku uuiuucr vi urnieu ieuouins " ......... ... , .,, , , .n,. , ,ui hav entered Bebelra nnnince lower a "'Paration of ten months K vEypt, from the west, and are robbing , ','','" '"-others lie Ambrose T and John i ,rukt Ia r,air lowna ana -viuatres tne situation Is "-"" r"T ' "l l i-"w" :- nf ,h io,intriii hnnr.i Mnr.r,. R. not regarded as presenting anv military 1 C 11 ! ' "! L?!r """'" b TO terda with Vttornev Genera PalnVer. itannr. . : " '.V -V "" " i'" '-.. "" ... .,., , ... .. . . I mx-w urTrnrn -r -w -r-rrt T ? " . . . irs jonn t; Hinmgan Two other Hln- " reeu imneier raiu tt was mereu III VI H M 'I X I .1 .1 H i ino .Turkish nag Is reported to be i negan the brothel -. lousin1- ire ser Ing a orul call v' i--'-'- iixjjjAAjkj 4iyius in gome MiiaRes ot ueneira pro- iiiiu counir in -rlIlCe (oiienhngeii, Jlarch 22 (By A P ) - dibintch KceUcd here from Herlln sijh the PrusHlin Assembly on Thurs ilnj adopted u bill provisionally rigu latlng thn 1'russlHii Oocrnment and that thoriMipon l'lemler Hlrsch for mallv tendertd the resignitlon of his cnblnel The l'lemler w.ib renuested to ret iln his ftinctlon pending the for- iiniiiiiii in ii new imnisir I WatlilngloD, March ir Another ma rine corps honor roll, containing- glxtv nlne names, sixty-five of whom are re ported dead, In Included In four armr lists with a total of 659 casualties, re leased by tho Tar Department today. Of tills total, excluding the marine corps list, 296 were In the morning re port ann JD4 are In tho afternoon record, oiviuett as follows: Died of disease, ninety; wounded, 201. Summaries of the mmin, - n. t '"'",? tllP VI army casualties to ?i "n .. 5 ct""P'cte roll of officers and mi vJ I t UTsonnel of Pennsylvania and cv Jcrsy, are (flven below: He ported Killed In at lion tiled from w ounds . . . Died of dlseauo Died from accident and other causes . .. Missing In action, "in cluding piIsonerH , . ounned .. today DO 61 Grand totals I1-. -.1 .. :,t 1. .. . ni-iru win noi w queHtionel as .1 sup-' mT.-ITTrp-AXTC TiTCTTGC I'ubfu luiauuu ui iih" oiierniiin aim- i j. 4 j x. ll J 1XUJ J KJKJ irman Peek and members. PLAN TO DECLINE ince. There are no reports of any mbrosn lllungHn went ibroad as a casualties having been suffered bj the wagoner in the supplv iompan of the military. UOth Held itlllerv On i furlough he ., traveled fioni the N ice-Lorraine iiinninmmi . .,, border where bis i ompanv was sta- HARRISBURG CLUB BURNED ' tlonetl lo vi"nav where he knew his limuUJUUIWUMJU UunilLU 1 biothei John was seivmg with Base 1.. 1 . tm . . , . , , I Hospital G The In others met there iiuenaams riee in MplltclOtlies Later vmbrose Ilnimgan continued on tlNnati'li iiiIiIq tli.it In ii... -nn.tnn National Asimnbl .Minister of ,tho In terior Unas strongly protested against the reported Intuition of Franco to an nex the Kih I region, east of btras buurg, which ban various manufactures mi cunsiiiHriinie irnue anu a good liar- AUSTRIA TIRED OF CHARLES Government Again Asks One lime Emperor to Quit Country iilienliiiKen. Match "2 (Uy A. P.) Plio Vlcnn i government onco morn b.na uiitllieil the iibdlcdted Emperor Charles is iicainioie tint lie iiuit the no pressure una Deet Hi it It i outitrv but A During $100,000 Blaze Near City ' .VimnV0"'1" &er Harrl.burr, Maroli 22 The hand- V.mbroe Himegan writes ihnt YANKS MAKE GERMANS PAY Pc- i-?atc Aiay Send -iSil HinOfinil M,t 11o0;.,l r "l6" '" "tl wiun 01 , ir is -jm mat tno mnlntcnanoo of n .l.UUU.UUU Murks Deposited lor raurtin llc'ttm which according lo War Material UitH-eil (11 ..i.. iii inwei- lntrnus to pstnmisi ( oblenz. March 22 (B A Pl-lht .'". Mwh -fBj A T)-1he nurlcin .milt m authorities vesterdav ""'",'", 1", ".vhi ""' rctiulred the lthlneland Government to I cI!necl FnJ -l "Pcciil mission to Pal l upon fhuiet. iiitrnils lo establish, is contrarj to the nf w constitution adopted hv thn national a'-'viirBls Some loninient itors insist that Charles convirt his t online Htltiii of the throne deposit three million marks with the I for a meeting with the members of the 'list Nuvemliei into m absiluli nbdlca- armv of occupation as a guarantee of i Allied Peace fonfeience If the ipports aie correct that the Entente powers will , and Ljotis and on the .Spanish border ! stlce night with a - e r.0U,,li1. ,A,Vlrp" "lnnegan. of M In n the i .erman armv ev aeuati tl the linli'nrl s"o 1t0,nianj ,' "(1 Ammunition Train. Mmricaii bridgehead it left mom than rhe origin of I is '",. Ml,,I?'- J- r-incc. nwalting oider 1000 horses many trucks and other war rtained lo enlbarK for h0""1 m itcrl.il. whl h It was unable to remove. some new home of the Harrlsbure- Coun. ' ;. " ...V , ," V" r"'.. ""i. J" Pavment tor vjar. materials unlawfullv trofiiih in ti,. mnnntiin. n..-' f,7i. ,'V". l,,c '-"' '" """ "B" " fiiris (iisnoseu of uiiiir tne terras o ne arrnl &- in. live Tnl UN nnrtli nr IIia oil. ournea vo me grounu last ti loss of J60.000 on the bulldl fh 000 on the furnishings The orlcin nf ' '"i"1';'' ,r"""1' -iwauing- oioer luuu Horses many trucks ana other war " ' 1 1, A (u. l.nn ..... Waa.. nn ...I -J 1i-Im.m.h .... Ili...!.1.... . ..... -" 11.Il mnfn.1,1 nl. Inn. n, Ii... tl. lvn.an.n ll... Hi IICIIICII 1IUIII 1 Itll I laiJUl reilCnefl lUP ..... .......-, .at Bu.u...u.iinui i.,v.IIIV IIIB I.iolub too late to be of service except In Refue Pa--, to iiin Kriner piopertv of the American armv. Instead " me removal or atnietlo trophies and a .. ... ,. , r timing the propertv over several ol iew vaiuaoie rugs caretakers and at- """u. -""ira -- idv a t'.l tne 101 ai govetnnieuta sold It, especiailv utendants asleep on the second floor had father O ria.nlc.in. of Roscommon, the hordes, to Individuals Tho Amer- ne -in me iinmei-ina govern- Wallace Uft for I ranee in Anril intii tno tnree , , . ,, . ., , ... , Bited vesterdav Waslilngton, March 22 Hugh C Wul the government lacei nenlj appointed ambasrador to ..i.i... ..? ..... ..f t.. fitnriu Krnnrp cm en at me ivnttp niina ..,. . . - - .. - - .".. ... ...nui'.i; u. ..... u. '1 ...II... - -.... .- r r .k I ciunnouse a rcw miles east I ica. it was tne purpose of Father i he monev wai forthcoming only after terdav lo see hecre'arj Tutnultj He said ix burned five.-vVJw 'ned la5t "lslu wa8 O'Ianagaii to go to the I'nlted States i Hie ilMnnan'offleUlu had lodged Tuotests he expected to sail foi Francv duiliiR I on ueiiuii oi hip ointi i "inei s wini uie general rouunanuing tfe first weeu or prll, probablv on the Hon foi himself I ipsburg in d the House of . 110 .590 OFIICERS' LIST Died of DiHon Totals 31,867 13,339 21,733 3,483 6.728 193,460 260,600 1. oel, Dubois, lnd. Ilsyll. TVh. Krd rhleago. ore , William Vf'ISft I n i vroundetl Sllchtly ""I YorkCfht;.rl, ,C.lwrS. Liv!nt?n. . CAPTAIN- Wall.; .J,'"V..e.w "'A mil , UI-UTHNANTS Bartol, IVarsaw, William A Armstrong. forvallle Ore. . ChuriM f) a ...rmt" ron!f' Onter. Kan Wnni 7 In 5 ii'K0'" t,,.... nr ",-:'".".' "! luup utreet. Pullman Wa.h ' rii?iin "ii"xi,. Va , Iwl Daln Art.i, -vt. I.uklns t'luer Hon Air uum. j.rfn in un I'jsnsle V t ' -vi . ,i -sicnoi JlacGun e ii il ..f Halm Ml hvaukep AVim P-.ui ,hurr',".rj.r,,;.,'.r..,!"" ?prln. A?a' Oe?al.l .. j .in ivillllEnr M WoriratM-, Mnge HrooklMt C: Rnhnti vv trr.ii Imid Savior Wilson! ri.VNSW.VAMA Died of Dlneniie lORPOltALI .tmmonc! o Il,,il.i "ff'l'no Whur 01 Thriip r" " PRIVArBS Herbert T nurke 872 West Gn'nlSn'"', 'SITS-... .,.--''J ?. . Jv$ VMIU.n, v, "'"'; "'.'ITi- .'." -oeipnis r.. ...-: -."..".. ii or lliil lin 11 h rpn 6):". JFA8TWO0D, 7080 trtet, Tacony, Bertrsiil ERNF8T W. 11F.RTSCH. S917 Biventh strett. Mechanlo s. "CO Oermantoirn . Prltate raJtt!D D nART0!f- 20l Pemberlon HrMt M SNYDEB- "80 Walnut i0'h ,0;,e,.Rt,EN- 213S N"l Thlrty-.ee- tiis.?rv:',pciaM,i'oH' lil0 "CTJhna- J Mc,UA,D- '-n4 Title JOHN DKADFORD KCHRET, 102 Park avenue. Fox Chaa. "" Tulip North 'FACE THE FACTS,' BAKER IMPLORES Secretary, Pleading for World League, Says Pub lic Is Hesitant JOIN ALL INTELLIGENCE not permit of a di"CUslon of the draft of the peace treatv The German delegates. It Is ptated consider that if tbev ate not to he given a hearing thev can spare themselves the trouble of j trip to Versailles and in stead send a messenger lo bring the drift of the peace tieatj lo Welmni HAMBURG STRIKE FAILS Hi '1" r u l i .i i.-n, -ri ',""' i inapman, .w arbor Iie-Lp Broken and the '"r" Th"' i i)iiBan. scranton Steamships Clear Poit Again Uy the Associated Press 1A raso, Te., March 22 "When Picsldent Wilson comes hack from Pranoo with thn treaty of peace con taining the leagTjo of nations designed to save the world from a repetition of that awful catastrophe through vvhloh It has jtwt passed, T am going- to bo for that league, and I vv 111 not be alone," Secretary Newton D Baker said hero last night In in address 'Over In Trance they aro writing a treaty of peace to end this war," he continued We havo a champion there pleading thnt the constitution of the 'eague of nations, which will substitute Intelligence and nrbitiatlon for war, be Included In It This Is not a parti'an question In this countr-, and rightlj so The most effective advocate of tho league of nations Is ex-President Taft, whoso speeches have been eloquent In Its behalf It Is a question of making an alignments that will unlto the forces of Intelligence and nnnklnd and substi tute arbitration for forco In deciding International questions Shall we have a league of nations founded on Rpprut nnlcnnta n. a 1An,,n Philadelphia James y o Donneil JMJO I ,n which ovi i y n I'lon maj be a mem- OMa ei DurV ' m"ae"mIa- Martin A. . Der ol a, Dody rormed for tho puipose J I of bringing together the Intelligence of '(una, iiejrree I ndefermlneri .mankind on Interns! onal H snntoM ntiri PRIVATKb DoUKlan 11 R USJ5.'L " 'ii? ir espejin tneir nignt vice president of the Sinn Fein Sod- ua drn" ifcciwimiiB, mo hit opreaoing rapiaiy ne- ptv hnti been nntiflH thm ti, Ri-ini, meni reponiDe and t Store's, high wind . Virtually all the ,??? .ti , .' I ., h,?itJlle. Br,i'ish million mil ks were depo a 'Tt?1?11""8 ,ana nea""ll a" the golf ami ':''"" ',,.. "-i iu lesue Ulf. AmfirCans forbade , uiniciiu ciiuiDment viere mar. H"""i'v i-- mi iimi iu iuoi.eu iu ATiit-r. ,.. .t U minded Sllilitlj i riiiti iic .... . ... I .....Ion. Match JJ (B A P )A , or, sn.Y.tV ' Ph lade lohlaTPauf J dispatch to I he Exchange Telegraph ' Morun Downlnnn Jule a Rimer Irwin fiom openhagen sas the seamen's I ri-'i . Snj.li-i Dinahama Fern mtikp ai tuiniuure iti.ieu ana mat tne t tvwM.ri- steamshiDS Clevclmd and Patricia bave.' a.lc.m thus ending war?" The difficulty with us Is we have not looked war In the face." With five more dead on the clty'n honor roll today the total listed fatalities for the week among; the Philadelphia men with lhe army goes almost to twenty, Twelve of this number died of pneu monia last month tw,o were kilted In action In the laat drive of the irat. one succumbed to wounds received In. action several months ngo. Two deaths were tho results of acci dents, whllo the cause of three others have not been determined Those reported dead today are Charles T. Keleglan. 484E Chestnut street; Herbert T. Burke, 872 North Twenty-sixth utreet; Jacob Johnson, 4626 Walnut street, and James F, O'Don nell, 2420 Brown street. Seven In tho city's report today are wounded, Including one officer, Lieuten ant Lewis F". Eastwood, 7030 Tulip street. Private Charles T. Kelejlan, wounded September 29, at Chateau-Thlerrv. dlert jot his wounds after Ave months In a i-.ciicn uaao nospuai, according to word received br Mrs Q. rigram, sister of the hero, 4845 Chestnut street, a few dajn ngo Kelejlan was a member of Com pany C, 14flth Infantry, In letters homo the soldiers wrote ha had been In the thick of the righting? three months beforo ho was wounded. Under slate of September 8, In the last letter ho wrote, he told of the grsat work the American boys were dolnr and how they were driving the boche out of France Kelejlan was thirty-one years old. He. joined tho army last April and trained at Camp Lee Sergeant Georgo Herbsleb, 3834 Tair mount avenue, a member of tho Seven teenth Aero Squadron, died on shlpboaid whllo en route to this country. He In survived by a widow, a son and a. daughter. Tho cause of his death hal not been learned. Private Edward Kelly, 2J01 Bast Thompson street, died of wounds. His parents, who live at the Thompson streets address, had been notified of his being severely wounded, September 29, but Were unable to get In communication with him, or to learn of his condition. Kelly was twenty-six ears old ana a member of Company F, 316th Infantrv. Two bi others, Francis M. and William J Kelly, served In the army durinr tho war without injury. Private Edward B. Smith. 7150 Oer mantovvn avenue, was wounded August 10, at the battlo of the Marne He en listed In July. 1017, and after three, months' training at Camp Hancock sailed for overseas as a numbar e Machine-dun Company, 109th Infantry. Later he was transferred to Company D, United States Army Replacement Battal llon Smith has written several letters to his mother, Mrs. Kdna Smith, who lives at the Germantown avenue address. . since hostilities ceased. In his last letter dated February 8, he said he had recovered and was on guard duty In Paris He Is thirty-one jears old, and before becoming a soldier was employed bv the Mldvale Steel Company. ine two casualty lists Issued by the burned five years ago 9- i-1 SEE ANNOUNCEMENT DAILY IN THE PUBLIC LEDGER AND EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHOTOPLAY PRESENTATIONS FOR WEEK OF MARCH 24 TO MARCH 29 sailed for fheibourg and reverai other vessels aie readv to sail today Compensation Board Sitting '1 lie State t'oinpensation Board todav mnounced that it will sit In Harrlsburg I April 1 and In Philadelphia April 2. 3 'and I Healings villi be held In other i it ies during the month Kcvere House Declared Nuisa.i.R ii...., -ir.-. .. ni ... ... -Wflr nnnrtmAnt ..,. .1... ......... .-.a Andrew I lerco Shaffer. New p charges that the Hevere House. In Bow-I contain 569 names, a few less than MKOHAMc injni 11 Smi.i, Tisn n.,. doin Square, once Boston's most fashion- lyesterdav. 'w'rfJ"1, ', l,XC..i1lrHl,,'',Ui'ann.:ere..,s'is-t . C!a M. Snyder. 5560 Walnut t-diy.nl n narton -niu remberton ,.rei .' otd.r for final to Jfc'M s. another reported wounded, was jon.1 mrtosh Hervln Ed P Brown In Superior Court Tim. ,in. "eu '" Ju"e tl n!s recovered and fendants will havo a hearing on the lasu- " now "" '-ompany C, 117th Field ance of the decree and If theli objec- ' Signal Corps, In Germany Ho enlisted tlons arc oveiruled, the hotel will bo I In October, 191?, and received only ten forced to clORe javs' training before sailing Philadelphia ii a M J Haatir Pittsburgh nuv.-i, -nai PBMllp Kdward Subject to Change ALHAJinilA I.) 12th, Morris & Paxyunk Av ipnixo (,) B2d and Thompson ht ARCADIA To Chtatnut below lth st DKLMON'T Hi and Markat si, BLUEBIRD (,1 llroad & Susquehanna Kvt BKOADWAY Broad and Snyder Ave OBAB Oth and Cedar Ale () CHBST.VUT Iin.1, 832) Qermantotvn Ave OOMMAI, K-.-, q;a and Map!wood V.v.1 "'' " B-i-1 tOUSBUVf " AtMarket bet. 59th and (10th mm! .niainayuiiw MfVCKEKA ivu aaa irKc su &.P?-T..-a. - h.,' mm e..njfc m K 1 "AHWIOUMT nu. ni iiu viirarn jilt IXAMCFORD 71B IT&nKtom Ave MONDAY 7 ir B altli.ll i i Th Talue Faces A IllUm rarmim li JIoodnia.ii llltud Blllie BurkR in Good Cirarioufl ninibtll-' Star ant i , lhr Ios of (lie Kdi I o TUESDAY H IS WalthaU in I tin it rden in Hullnrf 1'aisions WEDNESDAY THURSDAY I FRIDAY I slo TerKuson in The LI Theda lUu j i iIoiiip WW Tojc Lion and the louv AVallace Rtid The Dub Brant Mashburn In Th Poor Boob Bilho IJjrKp in Good tlrjiious m.e.b-l!e ai iiet hi 1 lhe Ross Of Tt a Ram ho ' Jf B Walthall i i 1 h Kals Face- Jcorge alh m I-uck anJ PIutK Ilille Burkf in Guod Ol acinus nt,abell Harrv t're in lhre lounted Men Pauline Fredrl Pild In rVl Bert l.ytell in ralth BHlie BurUe In Good Gracious Annabel Pauline Frf-drmU In PaLJ tn I ull XorniH. TalniHiibie in Thn lfeait of Return. SATURDAY Deaths of a Day Pauline Frrd-rirk in Paid in Ful,l i oust mi o t Hiinadsa in Jtomanti and Arabella I "'heda Bara In j Sd Ionic I Alir loi JAmn and th Mouse ' rhfda. B-ira The he OpmI Bryant Watibburn in iiw I'oor uioii Duatln Famum in 1 h Man In lh Open TV S llait Bred of in Tm. Tarnurn Tor Freedom V K IIncoln In nomun- of larxan W Uurr Bred of Mti () L'3f " OWOM, BT. TTIlw-VTUF j , Below boruef 8t r , - -w 4jt ., aiic vi vr EV: ti lUTKRIAJ. 0th ana Walnut st m-t.z.- , 39th and Dauphin Ms tfi Front afed Girard tve BtiB. lt and Lax ca iter Are () ',, -,road and Columbia Ave. h . ... . (a) iTlOU8T ry,nRd and Ixicuat Sli ll 1 ,1. . VHAJurarr st. tiucmkk r .if ttarket St KMBDE ( NIXON Kd and SUrl.at Sli eVBRBROOK 8d and Uavarford Ava (a) iVlAT.nT! k.SJ.1 ltU AJarlMt at. W" , i i I, (a) RtMK ' fU&r Ave. & Dauphin ,t mm d and Porter file (a) krrrtCBS8 afcT- - ww fc V Tru (1 rfUMfflENT Jlavarkat St. balotr 17th ( THIAt.Tf) rtrOtn, at Tulrwhock'n 1 (a) V at. ' aUaA ( M TtA KUtlMAtn Rf tt St. balow 7th, () arkst St. () ief abo-v 16th (t) Ave. at Venanio. IIA ath and. Market St. () m ALI.EOIIKNY ",l i,and Allechany Ave. lo Atlantic .City (a) Hie i-eieniai Tneatre Mo.rroe hallabur Tha Light of Metory Juna LlvlJas In The Jloral Ueoailno U B Walthall In lhe Falce tares Frank Keenan in 'lodd of the. Times Alice Hradv In rl lndestructlbln AV Ife n!ta Stewart in irtuoun ivea Wm Farnurn For T re-dom VltUn Martin in Jane Coe a-VVonlna" Horls Williams Gentleman of Quallt; 1 1U Feruueun In fha Lie H B Wallhall In J he raise I area Ha id Dali In A Wild uoiise haae rhula Hara. 'n Salome VV l Ifart tJre-d of Men lolm Barrmoie Here romee the Brld- . Brjant Vaahburn in lhe Poop Both Kail VMllldtna Man VVouldn I lei! Mabel Vorm-nd V J'erfeit 1.1 Bert lltell tallh rhailen Tta The (llrl Dodier lletuy n Walthall In 'lhe I alaa Fare lotlatanie lalmadga tn Romance and (Arabella 11am . are. Mi Three .Mounted ilen l ecll It I)e 1II1I a Old Wives for New iWa'dlne rsrrar Shadoiva VV. S Hart Breed of Men I harlotte W ulker .Viet. .arla Willlana In A Oentletnan of Quallty T Stuart Blaikton a The Common t auae Tom Moore Juit for Tonitlit Wallace Keld in The Dub Blllie Rhodes Lion and the Lamb Bi'lle Burka In ..nod Orai ioua Amiabellu ' Willam 11 iiell in Where ths West Beams nSL'i?,"16 '""naJise In Ltllllllt Itomama anil Arabellj Blllie Ilurka in flood l.racioua Annabelle Dealer Die Hitler pieaideiil NF.W 4 MUM I. V IJIed nf Dlsrnae l.V.l1.'.'1"11' Harrv Oahnrne VIou.Elown I'mA1Lft John J Itusaell Bayonne, Oac-ar II Keruh). Atlsntlr lllshlanda. Stan itlan Serilnskl Rltrateth Wotimli-il, Ilrzrre Lndetfrmlued PRIVATE Ullllam U Vtoorehead, I.liza both Mounded Sllchth bbRUUVMb Uraeme lll'llllll"'''rrrrrmrVTTTTTTsjfrr LEWIS H. SWAN Af, I ,. v r.uuc vms uraeme rohn ViHcKeuwn, Allt'l l.Ollgi eimrk Krai n fnderwood Audobon l Oni'ORILa Georse ( Anermeir. Jer Re; tltv Thomas J M. Dermott Pateraon Isit Fersufcon in , Ilia Parisian Wife Gera!dln Farrar in tihudoiin Special t'ant The Old Homestead Krelm Nesblt I Wmt to Foiget Lurle W illlami. in V. Gentleman of CjjalltT Jack rkkforil In Pe.enli'en Anita -itewart ill Irtuoua Wliea V.llie Brady m Tha lndeetruitlble Wife Allie Bradv in die Indestruillhk Wife Vni a Htaart In V IrtuoUK Wlies Norma laltnadge "lhn Vloln Mas MdMih 111 The alesku, Suratt In the houl of Broadirvv TudaIlne Travera The 1. anger one Willam Kuaaeil in A here lhe West Iit;ms Wm l. Hart In Creed ot Men Gerald ne Fairar In fehadons ... Bessla oie The, fcnchanled Bar EIsIb Fariiurnn HI I'arlalan Wife . "T? wllama In v Gentleman of Quality ,,J?MZ,'Y "Wiaon lhn Winning Girl Hals llamlllci. JQ'i"n on the Spot PFlIArLH John VV ill In in AlMerunn vv-ee iiii.t.n,. r-nn.tuni nf . T,vr" lKP i leio tjailie.r, ItanilHl IV 11 umber lonipaiiv, or 1 1Um i-,an,1( IerH(,, nu uf tlie 1 MUtll.VM) Wounded Mlihlli I l'KlIh-, Lwnils AtMuod hrneat S lJllane Ilrletol MTt(.IM Died of Dlnciikr - Ferris Mitchell Constance lalmadge ll. Wlo Cares Kthel Clalton Maggie Pepper t'onatance lalinadre It. Romance and rabella Vlilan Martin In Y.iu X-iei P Suih .. Girl Clara K Young tn Cheating I heaters Vlt Marsh In The Mwiv Allison In Te'ilng1 of Mlldren Vara i Montasu Ixiie In Tho Hand Invisible Lila. Lea Th 8ecrt Garden Wm S. Hart In Breed ot Man W iltlam Desmond Deuce Duncan Win S Halt In Breed ot Men Bondage of Barbara Bondage of Barbara Vnlla Stewart in Virtuous Wiles Gcraldtria Fatrar hadona Slrr i ast The Old Ilomsstsad 1 Pauline Frederick In uaugnter or Old South Anita Stewart In V irluuuH W lies Jioroths Dalton In Traut Fear Cecil da Mil. 6 a Don't hanga Uuiband L Orant in What Sha.l Wa Do With Him Pauline l-rederlck in Paid In Full Mont a cue Loie in The Hand Invisible Montague iuve in The Hand Inviaible 1'auiiti'i i ledem Paid in Full Harold Txickiiood in Tho Great Romance Mav Allison tn In for 'lhlrtv Days Earle. Williams In A Gentleman of Quality Constance falmadge Romance and Ara1 i tn ibella. Florence Reed In Wives ot Men Bryant Washburn In Poor Boob Harold T nckKOOd in lha Great Romame Paul ne Fr-derli k In Paid In Full Elile Fei-fcusou file Lie Louise Hurt in look if Oreatits C.rlilc Blukivell in Courage for i wo Pauline 1-rederlck in A Daughter of Old South Clara Kimball Young, Chatlng . heatet-a Charles Ray In The Olrl Dodeer Torn Moore in Go West Young Man Viraim Pearson in The Lcie uctton Harie Williams in . Gentleman ot Quality Berr Lytell in Faith Bryant Washburn in Venus ot the Kast Barbara Castleton In Slna of Ambition 1 lorence P.eed In VVIies of Men charlea Ray In I he, Girl Dodger Mm Nazlmnva. in Tojb of Fate Mae Allison In Peggy Doea Her Dvrndest Lady Teen Mel in For Freedom of the East John Barrymore In Here Cornea tha Bride Bryant Washburn in The Poor Boob Enid Bennett In Happy Though Married Evelyn Greelay In Tempest and Sunshine The Woman on the Indix Pauline Frederick In Paid In Full Star Cast In Tha Better 'Ola Mry Plckford In Raga Jlx Beach's The Brand Lady Taen Mel In For Freedom of lhe Cast Half Hamilton in Johnn on the spot Blvant Washburn in lhe Poor Boob Lvelyn Greeley In Tempest and Hunshine Viola Dana in Satan Junior fha Woman on tha Index Pauline Frederick I Paid In Full Klar Cast In Tha Better '0e Oeraldine Farrar tn Temptation Ilex Bearh'a 'lhe Brand Karle Williams in A Gentleman ot Quality Mum Care K.oel Florence Reed In Wilts of Man Jazz and Jailbirds Mai Vlaist- li Tha Bondage of Itarb.ra Lisle Ferguson in Hla Parisian W ifa Mae Allison in Her Inspiration Viae Marsh in The Racing Htralli Ladi Tsen Mel In For Freedom of the East Char!ott Walker In Men Conitence. Talmadse in Who Cares" Besslde Barrlscale In A Trick ot Fale Florence Used in Wives of Men W'lllam Farnurn in For Fieedom Mav Mlisou in Peg-g) Doea Her D.inidest George Walt-l? In 1 U'k and PIULk John Barrjmoro Here Comes the 3 Ida Charles Ra It. The Girl Dodger illeury B Walthall in The Falsa l-acea Charles Has in Tha Girl Dodger Viola Dana in Saiaii Junior CMira K Youn in Cbeatiuff C1. iters Jan and Jailbirds Kdlth lloterta In The Teat of Life Florence Reed in Wives of Meu Constance 'laimadae in Romance and Arabella Wm Faversham In The Silver King IT II Walthall In The False Fine Kitty Gordon in The Unveiling Hand Montagu Love In The Hand Invisible Mrt Charles Chaplin In When a Girl Loves Doroths Dalton In Extravagance Knld Rennet tn I Happy Though Married I Dorothy Dalton In Extravagance ConsPinre Talmadge in Who Carer- Monroe ballsbury in Light of Vbtory What Khali We do With Him? Tha Woman on the Index Pauline Frederick In Paid In Full Star fast In lhe Better 'Ole Nailmova in Eye for Ee Madallne Traverse In GambllnK In Souls Carlvla liUckwell In Hit or Mlia The Woman on the Index Ethel Clayton In Maggie Pepper Mar Caat In The Better "Ole Nailmova In Eye for Ele Mme Nazimova In Revelation Mir.o Nazimova in Lie for Eye S Norma Talmadge In The Heart of Wctona Harold Iickwood in The Great Romanco Anita Stenart in Virtuous Wlvea Tha Woman on tho Index Ethel Clavton In Magglo Pepper S(r Cast In Tha Better 'Ole Clara K. Young- In Shliley Kaye Harold Ickwood In Tha ureal uomanca I.fiiin lr n an. Bi-rklei Hnv and Norfolk, a . Is dead at his home In the I'alifa iia.itmentn, Wajne avenue and School lane nftei an Illness which i Mended ovei .1 veai Mr Swan silent the Kie.itei poitlon of his buHlncsM life in the South belup 1 piomliieiitlv connected with 11 numbei 1 of luinbei firms in that section He i w.H at one time preaident of tlie Ham- pni A'lK ilton Ridge l.umbei Conipan of Kleh-1 !,ire niond, va, anil was Identified with Its, Wounded Slbrlilb man iBement up until the lime of his SLROLAM'S Rnboit A Moore ilrath lie was also .1 director of tne j niton t sele Vorfolk YAv 1 1 iiac .National rsauit 01 riiiuiiriuuui, .1 j vnenuurer vii han was horn In ( asopolis, "Mich, heptembei 2. IStil Aftel leai uifc vchool f went to irginl... viheie lie lived until about a vear una, when lie moved to Philadelphia Ml hu.ui was inomlueiit In the Masonic Order, being a meinbei of a Blue I.odge of John Barn more in ! 'o'edo, .. niembei of tho Norfolk torn Here Comes the Bride """ider. , Kulglita Templar, arid a mm- ner 01 me nuiiaiu xeiuiue 01 i.ie .mjs tic Shrine lie Is auivlved by a widow, who be lore her luarilaKc-, was a Miss Char lotte Violet lltintoi, of (Icrmantovvn ; two biotheig William Hvvan, of South Benii lnd and l.uulon Ij Swan, of Mich and one h stei . Mrs 1 thai lea IVrguaou ot lllkhart, lnd Funeral services villi be held tomor- 1011 110111 111s nome inieinient will lie at ulHlev I'emeteiJ Hendricks t Win H Hart Breed of Men Louis Bonnlson in speedy .Meade lilj.. itb.it.. 1.. ...... Neier .saw such a Girl MJKia. Clara K Younif In 1 heatlne healers William Farnurn In For Freedom Monroe Sallsbun in The Light of V ktoi - Mabel Noi man I In His Hopkins John C. Forstbnrg heater, la . March 2J John (J rorntbiuir brewer, farmer, leal estate biokei and well-known business man of &lencer, Swarl I'OttPOKAIi Pein I! 1 divarda Boyklne i-iiiiAiii jonn t; unis Kiinmonu MRINB (tIRPS 'SUI,TIES , SlMMm OK TODAY )illed In action Died from wounds received in nttion . Dlel of dlseae-e Wounded In action degree undetermined Total B l'KSNmiVANW Killed in Action PBlVAU.s Otha Bvias Kelrn Westover. Harold V Knecht. Vazarelh, Kenneth 1 Neil man PHtshursh Died him oiiii.In Heeelrrd In Action l'Rl 1K Klmer c' Wsman, Neftaillle Died ot Disease skroR'ANT Harry W Lee Mara. PIUVA PK N'orrnan B. Brovtu Ardmore Present for Duty, Previously Reported Misting PR1 VfE Patrick Foster, Pittaburgh mjw ji-atsi-.v THE al 1214WfUNUT STREET 1 Bessie Barrlscale Two Gun Belli Charles Ray In The Girl Dodger Shirley Mison in The Wlnnlnic Girl Charles Hay In The Girl Dodger VII. 0 Lrudy In 'lhe Indestructible Wife Clara K. Young In Cheating 1'healers Jazz and Jailbirds tlilfc .It j, died at "Red Gables," hid rtl.k In Hospital. Prevlouib Reported Missing it-Hiuence 111 village uieen, vesieruav. pri ATE Frederick Witt. Irvlncton His demise was caused by two fctiokea of apoplexy oupled with tho worry of I - iodine ins wire unu nni daugutei duiuip the last three months lis was aiMj-thiee vears of age. Mi rorstburs vius president und one h.lf owmr of the Chester Brewing Coni panj He was also one-half ovvnei of the I'orstburg & McClure Ileal Hetate Compani, viliich owned and controlled a majorltj of Chestei'a hotels, Including lhe imperial and Colonial hotelrle The deceased leaves an estate valued 1 at moie than J500.000, all of which was amassed In the last twenty ears The late William J McClure, head of the Chester political organization, was Ills friend und business associate. Elelyn Xeshlt in I Want to Forget Floience Rend Ln Wives of Men Tho Rev. Philip H. Fogel Mleiiloivn, I'u , March 22 The Rev Philip Howard Fogel, Pli D, formerly nrofessoi of nhliosonhv at Trlni.A.nn Pauline rred-rkk n J-'nlvorBlty, is dead at Ills home at Paid in Full Togelsvillo after having suffered for a neek with pneumonia. He was thlrty- Els'e Ferguson In 'Kht yeais old He was latterly asso Hla Parisian Wife elated with the Macmlllian Company, of New York, us an assistant publisher "'?)! Barrlscale In land was also emplojed as a special ex- A frlck ot rats pert In the Bureau of War Risk In- Dorothy Dalton a ,UM"te at Washington during the wa.. uxtravaganca Claude M. Johnson l.exliigtrn, Kv Mnrch 22. Claude M. Johnson, aired slxtv.alv- rhlef nf ilia tc. ' Norma Talruadga In I eral department Bureau of Printing" and I fhe Heart ot Wetjiiq ir.ngravlng ut Waahlngton under the first cieveiHi.u uuininistraiion, later United States Jndlun agent In Arizona, is dead here After serving the government lie, was sent to London and Paris na head ' of u printing press company. He was author of a number of books on civil government Ho was a son of Mrs rtosa Jeaffrejs Johnson, southern poetess. Llale Ferguson la His Parisian Wife Earls Williams In A Gentleman of Quality Oeraldine Farrar In Shadows The Woman on the Index Ethel Clayton tn Maggie Pepper Star Caat In The Better 'Ole The Secret of the blorm Covin try Harold Lockwood ln jne ureal jiurjuncs r3 UtidJtfl,ttton PlClUrW tbroUh T" STANLB5r Booltln Corporation, which 1. a guarantee ot early abowln ot th. dn.tt product.o DM. AJ) ! T. Charles A, Dushong Charles A. Uushong, aged ninety-two years, died on Thursday, at his home, 13 west Coulter street. Oermantown. Mr. Uushong was a natlvo of Lan caster County, but lived most of his long life In Heading, where he was con nected with the Heading Paper Mills unlit ho rellrc.1 eight years ugo und moved tqvthlu city. He lived liero with h s daiichtcr. Miss 11 It. Bushonir. Five other children uurylve PEACE first, j and peace ?ioiv without entang-' ling alliances andwithout "a de liberate attempt to dragoon the Sen ate" this is the plea of a strong editorial in this week's issue of The Nation ' 10c On sale at all news 'standi. Subscriptions $4. a year. Rome Was Not Built in a Day We have had hundreds of inquiries: "When are you going; to open?" It looks like the middle of April to us but we hope for surprises from our decorators it may be sooner. i The Painters the Carpenters The Importers Labor are only four of the many reasons why we are behind schedule. And besides the "Orchid Tea Room" itself is a creation and you will agree it's worth waiting for. Bui, however, we see progress ahead and before many days the best apparel shop on the street will bid you welcome. emP,fi$r'"xx"r M3g j Help Your Skin WhileYouSleep withCuticura AU4nicUti Boipp.OIntrnej3t25Arfl, Talcum ?S. uujpteicmreo '-uucmx, itj,i( . - NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS ONE PER CENT DISCOUNT IS ALLOWED ON CITY AND SCHOOL TAXES FOR 1919 if paid on or before March 31st. It is advisable for Tax payers to procure their bills in advance of date of intended payment. Bills may be obtained at Room 102, City Hall, or will be mailed on written I'equest when a self-addressed stamped envelope is enclosed. WATER RENTS are noio payable and request for bills should be made at once, and payments made as soon as convenient, to avoid the rush of water rent payers during the closing days of May. After May 31st five per cent penalty will be added to all water rents, on sohedule charge, remaiiiing unpaid. PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX bills now due. A penalty of five per cent 'tOill be added after July Slst. W. FREELAND KENDRICK Receiver of Taxes 1 1m H 1 .13 t t 'i j.t "..,. ilyy - .. . . Mt- . y .. i 1 '.Vv- J- .K',lt.',"Jj(n.l. ij X ' . Z'rtn WHVvf Cf?.. A f - '..V ' - "K '-,, "; a & 4m a 1s rft&M'A i-j- 4i try A JL -.