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V rmSMBN EVERT TEN FEET Forgct-proof protection Yeur QLOBE- Automatic Sprinkler Sy trm Is alwajri ready for action at tha ciltical moment, even If your nlnetr notild fofset to Impact It for our own Iniptctor will eiamlne It at regular Inter val and report lie condition to you. Write for details of this new service. GLOBE AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER CO. SOU Wathtncton Ave. Dickinson HI Th. wmr.-Ore.Uad build.., .1 S.W5. N. v.. lu. h' DETECTIVE'S BIG CATCH "Bill" Greeji Hauls In Slippery Cus tomer Eel Measured 36 Jnches District Detrctlvc "Billy" Green, of the Munnyunk station, lias caught so many slippery" characters In his day that eels just naturally flock to hlru. Billy caught an eel last night In the Manayunk canal that measured by the yardstick thirty-six Inches long and two inches thick. He does night duty 'and lie sets his lines about 0 o'clock every night. In the morning before Minup lie gathers in his catch. Within the last two weeks he has hooked seven eels mensurlng more than thirty Inches. MacLAUGHLIN TO RUN Director Says He'll Be In Field at General Election No matter who wins the llcpublicau mayoralty nomination Joseph S. Mac Laughlln, director of supplies, says he "will head an independent ticket for the general election. Asked today if he still contemplated making the run independently follow ing the primary the director replied: "Positively. Immediately after the primary I will announce the commit tee which will direct my campaign. "This is a right between the boscs; Penrose on one side, and Varc on the other. I say it Ih time to let the peo ple rule and will make my campaign with that as my slogan." 2 WOMEN IN AUTO CRASH Machine Is Smashed and Hubby- Chauffeur Held K. W. Wills, 5835 Thompson street, has a .badly wrecked automobile rmtl $400 bail hovering over him today as the result of reckless driving, the police say. His wife is in the Presbyterian Hospital with a lacerated face and his other passenger, Mrs. J. U. Stewart, (5120. Media street, has a broken nose and a face badly lacerated from flying glass. She is in the same hospital. -Wills was driving his car on City Mne late last night. At the Bala bridge, a "blind crossing. " he crashed into, the open car of Roland Hill. -0 . South Forty-eighth street, in which were five passengers. Magistrate Harris heard the evidence and held Wills for a further hearing next Sunday. HOLD-UP SUSPECT CAUGHT Policemen Outrun South Broad Street Man's Alleged Assailant Samuel Copper, of 2214 South llroad "trect, was held up by six men early rsterday morning. They beat him with their fists and a blackjack but failed to obtain his money or jewelry. j The hold -un occurred on Jackson street below Seventeenth. One of the Wen accused ct complicity in thp rob bery was captured after five shots had been ' nrcd at him during a chase jjiver fences and tlirnugn dark alleys. The' men were beating' Copper when Sergeant Fuhs, of the Fifteenth street nsid Snyder avenue station, appeared. When the assailants snw Fuhs, five of them ran., Two policemen chased Frank Jones, one of the alleged highwaymen, for four squares, succeeding filially in capturing him at1 Sixteenth and Bitner streets. Jones was held in ?100() bail by Magistrate Baker. NEW PLAN TO REOPEN BANK Stockholders Will Consider Operat ing North Penn Institution Coincident with the announcement that several, lurgc financial institutions in Philadelphia have offered to take over the defunct North Penn Bank comes, word that stockholders of the bank are also considering such action. ' One hundred thousand dollars has already been pledged with this idea i view, Ut is said, and the plan will be discussed nt n meeting tomorrow after noon at Grand Fraternity Hall, 1020 Arch street. Invitations for the meeting have, been sent to stockholders of the wrecked, in stitution by .milium Morris, 3124 Ridge avenue, secretary of the special commit tee of stockholders, which is headed by former State Senator John J. Coyle. Ranaley Sees Victory ' ly Sheriff 'Harry C. Rausley, chairman or rnn turetconirnucu-ciiy committee, "dopes i out" that Judge Patterson will havci a majority at the primaries of exactly 58,450 votes. sslsaBE " " V LliHiassallalBK Sttsttsl tV HssBHHi'A a-IML j "v ' i P JWaSlBrsatSsfcBlBWialsaHsWaHWPtWsBsW i - ' ' .; i' ' J I SB ItfUV fl ' .J'LSW 2 KILLED, 3 HURT N GANG FEUD HERE Froe-for-AII Fight Ensues Whan Shot Is Fired at Restau rant Proprietor y VICTIM UNDER INDICTMENT Two men were shot and' killed early this morning and three scrionsly wound ed ns the result of old feuds. The Bhootlngs. according to the po lice, are the latest In n list of murders and assaults nmdng a lawless element in the southern section of the city that has kept the pofice busy for the last two jears. The dead are: i Giovanni Cancello, fifty-eight years ' l, . inn null ..J n.l T7.1 OKI, oi o.u v nnsiian Hir, mm ju waruo xersnni, iweniy-pix ycunt uiu, League street nbove seventh. The wounded are: Frank Costalione, thirty-one ye&.rs old, of 1203 Peter street, now in V. Agnes's Hospital with n bullet in llio. left side of the back; flaetano Bruno, ) thirty-eight years old, of Oil Washing ton avenue', In the Pennsylvania Hos pital with a broken left leg, nnd Michael Marbanl, thirty years old, of 741 South Eleventh street, shot .through the right thigh. Ho Is In the Howard Hospital. Cnnecllii and Bruno met each other in a restaurant run by Cancello at 820 Christian street. Botli men were sit ting at a table drinking coffee when Bruno, without warning, raiXed his cof fee cup and said "Here's luck," open ing fire at Cancello ns he .did so, with a revolver held In the other hnnd. Cancello drew his own pistol nnd re turned the fire, while the thirty or more patrons in the place made a inad scramble for doors, windows and shel tering counters. Bruno and Cancello rushed to the street, where, according to the police, others drew guns nnd the shooting be came general, Cnncello, having been hit by a shot fired by boiup one in the crowd, staggered back to the kitchen of the restaurant, where he collapsed. Costnlione managed to reach Klcvcnth and Ellsworth streets before he fell. The others were picked up in the street outside the restaurant. Tersani was not identified until this afternoon, ten hours nfter his death, when some of his friends saw his body in the Morgue. j Patrol loads of policemen and plain clothes men from the Second and Chris tian nnd Seventh nnd Carpenter streets stations soon arrived nnd six men and one woman, Mrs. Marie Cancello, were arrested and taken to the Sev enth nnd Carpenter streets station. Little light was thrown upon the af fray at the hearing before Magistrate Coward. Seven witnesses? were held for a further hearing September 2.". Men, held without ball as suspicious chnrac ters were Joseph Cimmiuo, of Scventht street below Christian ; Cesarc t Ma znrola, of 820 Chrestiau street; Bendol Monteccllo, of Wilder street above Eighth, and Gnetano Squambatti, of 820 Christian street. Those held under $400 bail as mate rial witnesses .were Joseph di Cesaro, of South Franklin street near Ells worth : Farelll Fcronte. same address, jinil Mrs. Marie Cnncello. Uctccuves lieeneKC, Jiaruunon, wen notti nnd Hago, with police detolls un- der Lieutenant Kerns, are investigating. Cancello, according to the police, was under indictment for the shooting of Vincent Petruzzclli, forty-three jears oftl, of Eleventh street nenr Fitzwnter, who was shot October 11, 1018. Marbani was shot at 745 South Eleventh street, a garage, by Frank Fischelli, twenty-nine years old, of 750 South Eleventh street. Fischelli is now awaiting a hearing at the Sec ond and Christian streets station. Depths of a Day Mrs. Charles S. Bradford Mrs. Emily Bradford, wife of Charles Sydney Bradford, of 245 South Forty fifth street, who was related to several old and prominent Philadelphia families, died yesterday in" Atlantic City, where she had been spending the summer Mrs. Bradford was n daughter of the late General George Archibald McCall nnd Mrs. Elizabeth McNurtue .McCall. Major James Sydney Bradford, dford, who J." with' th'e .. is a son In Franc, served in the engineer corps American expeditionary forces, of Mrs. Bradford, and Mi M. Bradford is a daughter. Mrs. J. .Bradford . Ramsey Catharine G. Ramsey, wife of J. Bradford Ramsey, Jr., 'manager of the Ramsey Paper Company, i of .this -city, .lfn.l KAut.Rilni. n hnr Imma f)OQ dt.tli Forty-second street. Iter funeral wlllj be neld Thursday ntternoon.. ,y Mrs. Thomas Mulgrew Rebecca J. Mulgrew, wffe of Thomas f ,tl(yntt Htn.l -?uflrTfl V nt her 1inm .-.,, ,.., ... ,..... -""Y -- --- , 0020 Old York rond. Funeral services will be held at the home Wechiesdrty'i afternoon at 3 o'clock, and burial made in Northwood Cemetery. John 8. Thompson Reading, Pa., Sept. 15. John S Thomnson. sixty -two years old. for merly treasurer of the1 Colonial Trust Company, city councilman and school controller, died here Saturday nlght'of nervous ailments. He was postmaster under President Cleveland. FOR JUDGE OF THE ORPHANS' COURT. Place your X after first' name on the ballot (Patrick P. onway) for Orphans' Court Judpe. En dorsed by the Central Labor Union of Philadelphia and by Hon. Samuel Gompers, Presi dent of the American Federation of Labor. For 25 years a-mrm-ber of the Hattero' Local Union, No, 18. Remember Conway on. the 16th - ,-r EVENING PUBLIC "LEDGER-P(HnJADETiHlA MONDAY, ., "MISSING" HEIREISS AND HUi3BAtfi) I &Lv.?Mfli ' N t JaraVrvljs&. - t . 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Home .relief nnd home service work will be .carried on by its mem bers, who wilf also tnke an active part in the Red Crofs drive for membership, which starts oni November 2. The board of directors of the Inde pendence KqiKire Auxiliary Includes Mrs. George Ffciles Baker, Mrs. Robert E. Hare. Mrs. E. Burd (Jrubb, Mrs. Frederick English, Mrs. Otis Skinner, Mrs. Theron I. Crane, Mrs. Francis X. Dcrcum, Sirs, Charles V. McLean, Mrs. Hnmpton L. Carson. Mrs. I. II. O'Harra, Mrs, William Sheppard. Mrs. Rodman Griscom, Mrs. J. Bertram Lip plncott, Mrs. Joseph Leidy, Sirs. Reed Morgan, Mrs. .1. Wellington Shannon, Mrs. S. P. Snowden Mitchell, Miss E. P. Dickey, Mrs. Charles Borhman nnd Mrs. Walter Waring Hopkrnson. IRISH START TREATY FIGHT Mass-Meeting Begins Nation-Wide Campaign Against Pact . The Friends of Irish Freedom, made up of Irish society representatives in nil parts of the country, plan a nation wide campaign against the league of nations. The campaign is booknl to start in this city at a meeting to be held shortly, at which Eamonn de Valern, president of the pro-visional' Irish Re- Ipubllc, will preside. r -it-l--i! t- 11.- I..HII. nt iintlnna WUJCCUUI1 HI Utr liurt" " ........... is based on its failurewto recognize the -Irish republic. Delecates ot the Friends of Irish Firoedom in this city met" last night, mud. formally urged ngainsti ratification by the United States Senate of the league of nation. They denounced nlsc Enland s ram on oiuu rein headquarters. HVidnv teleernms were sent to Presi dent Wilson nnd Senators Knox and Penftose, telling of the action. 'AU'iREVOIR, STRAW KATY WlltedRemnants of a, Happy Sum mer "Go West"lToday Good-y ! Farewell thatched chnpeau ! Au revoir agricultural headgear! In other words straw' hat get out ! This Is Sentember 15. Mtfnv lingering strnws are taking l,oir Inst ffasn today ; and they look It Some should have Yctfrcd many weeks ago. Although their complexions have been changed with all sorts otconcoc inns, the snurt of youth was only tern poray and it left them sad and strained looKing. Wills Probated Today ' Amon l,ll0se t. ;,. mong the wills probated today were n probaten touay were . Trotman, of Cam - f Mary l mO00: Ventura Blanco. 1211 North Frnnklin street, $10,000; Mary L. Fallon, JflU.uuw; -uarma auyer, "508 North Nineteenth street. i0000, and David J. Simpson, $5300. All plicants. Tries to End Life After Quarrel William Grecnwald, ot 1727 North Tnrlt nvenue. nttempted to cbmmit sui cide by swallowing poison, according 'to' the police, tonowing n quurrci mw friends over politics. He is in a seriousl Icondition ut'the Wonian's Homeopathicl fjjospitol. H If SilWramiths Stationers ffancsoinQjp J)ecoraied Service Plates of . English Bone Cfyina t Lenox China is noil for sale, elsewhere in Philadelphia SHOTS.? IRED IN THIEF CHASE L 'run e Man Caught by Police Loot Is Recovered Afters' robbing the home of lsnac RodsiiJ .'1227 Oxford street, early this i tiarniijs. three men slipped out the al 1 y lefuling into Thirty-second street, n d Uito the arms of two passing pa ti totiDJ?!!. Will' men dropped n bag and rau. Pn tmltnen Faul and Kling gave chase. Th ir yells to 'the men to s'top being unh Wded, the policemen opened fire with Hhfir revolvers, with the result the men u-nn faster than ever. The chase contl tilled into ".the section known as Snydi ir's wo ood-. nt Thirty-third and Oxfor tl streets, Here two men mad their lescane. Jnml mip vn their nnd one was captured, who t Jic li. poo cc say woh one of the gang. I The man tf aid he was Jnk M. Lus kin, t lenty -one years old, ntyf n veteran ,ofthe Canadian army. Both policemi In ,-erc ex-service men. They returned I a nd found the bag dropped by the fu itlves contained about ,100 worth of, jewelry, clothing nnd 'other nrticles. f Luskin will have n hearing nt Central Police Cd urt today. Two "Hurt In Auto Accidents StrucB by an nutomobile while play ing nea; her home. Henrietta Stranb, eight yd ars old, 1187 Whitman 'avenue, Cnmden , suffered lacerations of the scalp a jd body. She was taken to the Cooper llospital. "Edward Waters, nlnetrsj n years ojd. of Pitman. New Jcrse , isin the. West Jersey Homco puthic Hospital suffering with a frac ture f the left leg. He was hit by an anion! lobilci O ounty to Address Rotarlans U. J. County, vice president of the Pei rnsylrania Railroad Company, will be J he principal tjpenker nt the Rotary Ch li dinner next Thursday night. He wi- I take as his topic "A Successful Re tonstrurtlon Co-opera.tion Must Be Sul stitutdl M- Discontent." Another spc aker rtll be Robert E. Lee, who rep res 'nted the government during the r,e cen waif In mobilizing industrial nc tivi lies niiungnoj-e than 50,000 workers in (nrioiri fields (Carrier Held for Mail Theft ' Areihrd of robbing the malls while net! btf as n letter carrier at Wildwood, Hartj Doughty, twenty-two years old, was loc'ted up in the Cnmden county jail jV Deputy Marshal Voll. The ac cus M man is said to hnve admitted spt tiding considerable money in excess ot his salary w!hle entertaining at I the see Ude nssort. 1 Che complaint wns made bv Albert I Ft h-nise, ,ti postal inspector of this city. ,i , i, . 1 lb MolvJlCTS Having F laughters Considering V,heir First Employment (rn ou hntewBted In elnz your daughter I hiplo edj I itie mtixfm in wnoirsomp envirnnment as i a vlna: an opportunity to tarn to , mum of her ability? Tf fo, We are always Rjftd to talk oer thrae cpporiiy nuea, eapsrciuuy uuw wntn Mmi ex cellent rlerleal ponltlon are open. ThM I ttariicruar posuionn require no previous . pexlerice for a 2earh hlsh school arlrl. HAViS TOUIl DAUGHTER CAIaT. AND SHE US NP WB WOULD LIKE YOU TO COME WITH HER. Cjrtis Publishbg Company 7th and Snsom Streets Q) !M M it if H (At ,- AT . lit fltv." i .X ' W. I HEIRESS SOLD HI TO PURCHASE FOOD Constance Minnick, Missing Girl, Sacrificed Locks to Cot Money WEDS A PHILADELPHIA?. Constance Crowell Mlnich. sixteen-year-old daughter of a wealthy New York man. whose disappearance caused a nation-wide search, was forced to sell her chestnut hair for $." in At lantic City that she might have food, nccording to Detective Brown, of this city. 1 The girl is the bride of a l'hilndel Iphian. She was married on Saturday to Joseph Ia Grossa, twenty-fiw. nf 007 Christian street, a member of the real estnte firm of Langsner & La Grossa, 501 Liberty Building and Chestnut streets. B. E Mlnich. vice president of the Vu I r ,mr,r J , I T 7- ,. 7 r i .1 i , , of ?.,00 in lis efforts to find the girl. ....in ri iirxuu'iiuuiuuiiir, iiiiu- mese are vexatious prolileins. nut lug to Detective (Brown, she was re- ti1Py'ie nothing nt nil compared to the duced to straits in Atlantic City. housing problem uhidi confronts the Following her disappearance from her 'college bojs. home in Westchester county. New York. The University 's matriculation this according to Brown, the girl ndmittcd JPar js nnuMinllj heavy, while houses to him that she had made her way to fnr the undergraduates' are unusually Atlantic City nnd there had run out of 'Hcnree. And nt that some of the fresh funds. "Ln Grossa also told me," sniil .men are fnr once in urenter luck Minn Brown, "that he found her wandering ine iioaruwniK, hungry nnu penniless, lie sum ne iounu n room lor ner ui a ( uipii- exdusnn use. hotel nnd left her there. Later he met William O. Miller, college bursnr, her in Philndclphin and married her. Sn.s that every dormitory room was "The girl confessed to me that she engaged ns long ago as last June, with had been farced to have her hair bobbed, a loug waiting list of disappointed up She sold her beautiful chej-tnut locks to.cnnts. n hnirdrc.Kncr for .." witV which to buy A students' residence committee has food. Slfe told me she had left home been formed with headquarters nt the because her parents had beeu tool Houston Club, and every effort will he strict." made to lodge the students nenr the The marriage license was obtained University, o as to stimulate college Saturday, rfter the Marriage License i spirit. Bureau iiu'Citv Hnll hnd closed, from the derk nf the bureau, at his home Divorces Granted Today The marriage ceremony was performed (,,, t 0f Common Pleas No. I to- n me iwv. Alvin L. I ooncr. l!i.ij,in. ,.r,min,i ,ir,.,.. f ,ii,-r,. ,,. m, North Sixth street, nt the house 114 South Twaoty-second street, where the bride has, "lived since she motored to this city with La Grossa from Atlantic City. lthnugh hut sixteen years old, the irl gave the date of her birth ns March 5, 1K0S. nt the time she and her intended husband applied for the marriage license. Father Here Saturday Mt and Mrs. La Grossa now live jp,lnPirt treet. .1. E. Kenyon, sixty at the house where the ceremony took j flvp Jpnri( olil. is in the West Philadel place. Today the youthful bride, wear- ,,,),;., Homeopathic Hospital lu a serious ing a vivid green tarn o shnnter and a condition, gown of dark blue serge covered with i ' n dark blue cape lined witli n figured '. gray silk, accompanied her husband to' his real estate office. There they were found by newspaper reporters nnd pho tographers nnd willingly consented to pose for their protogrnphs. "Papa was over here Saturday night," said the bride, "and I am going home for n visit Wednesday. Joe." she added, looking nt her husband, and blushing with pride, "will come over for the week-end. "Papa came over on the 8 o'clock train and left on the 10., "58 Saturdav nlght." "Yes," broke in Mr. La Grossa. "nnd my wife talked with her mother ovr the telephone from Broad street station." "Oh Joe, there's no use telling that," i pouted the bride. , "We are very happy and wish the newspapers would let us nlone now,"' the bride continued, in answer to qucs- tions. Acquainted Three Years "Joe came to Atlantic City for me and we motored up to Philadelphia. I "How long hnve I known JoeV "Oh, I don't know. How long have i I known you, Joe? "Three years? Oil ; it's been louger than that." Over the telephone today the ad mission was made by the secretary of the girl's stepfather that Mr. Minich had vUited Philadelphia last Saturday ' night and teen his newly married daugh ter. All other information was refused. ' l1 Hats that are definitely appro priate to your individual type and taste. m 1 .'J o SEPTEMBER 15, 1919 Mr. Mlnich having been declared to be much depressed by his daughter's marriage nnd her mysterious; dlsappcnr nnee from home He requested, his representative snld, that nothing more be published concerning l(Js stepdaughter or his family affairs, "What age did I give When we ap plied for our marriage llccnseV" asked the bride todny. "Oh, what difference does that make. You know what the j laws ot rcnnsyivania are ami you ougui not to ask that question," countered the groom. "Yes, t was going to Wellesley Col lege," said Mrs. Ln Grossa, "but no more school for me now. I've attended several Schools nnd I've traveled quite n lot. I expect to remain in Philadel-1 phio some time. Joe nnd 1 hnve a lot I of shopping to do today, "Why did I leave home without tell- ! Ing my parents t was leaving? "Why. I came away to get married. .ihi.'i 1 rv i. .i,...i ......I..- . 14 1 tin a. (ft- nu i tpniiii tii in M ii her husband, and he smiled "yes." STUDENTS SEEK HOMES Housing Problem Confronts Penn Men for Ensuing Term Not the Intricacies of the binomial theorem, nor Act the vncrnrlcs nf the Broad ( temperamental Greek enclitic: not Cne Isar's fondness for "indirect discourse." i nor the sleep-inducing propensities ot r ,1,(r,,r,n,lnl l"ilus are troubling , vpr,mnl Drnins ol "l0 "-csnmen nt I ,..nn tM, TMr. i the upper clnssmen. for n lnrge pnrt of I the dormitories has been reserved for . I. Russell from William J. Russell; Edith Washbnurn Schliff from William M. Schliff; Hannah Mary Strouse from David Strouse; Marion Hewlett Bap tiste from John Bnptiste: Dagmnr Han sen from Frederick Charles Hansen. Fractures Skull In Fall Suffering a fracture of the skull when he fell down n long flight of stairs in frnnt nf Ills nnnrtments fit 1K Stmitlt JbououLfanou) aaaaasnaaaaaaaaa 1 taaaaaaaaaaaa. saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaaaf TCohsos (Zmu nab an&c$i& vtsT alt- umr-rcrwrvcL euma2a m mwu&d 31 deujk a tfsjar aSotie 90 AjuctfttA, 5 dmjf vdowr M. OAJtraae We show a broad & lec tion here nothinfcf less than the most diverffied variety would be adequate to the requirements of our great following. Full consideration is given to differences in tastes, ten dencies and types of men and our responsibility to provide a becoming effect for each. Soft' Felt Hots, Ameriam-madc, $4 to $10. Soft Felts from Borsalino of Italy, Mossant,.J'allon and Argod of France, $10. Velours, $10 and $12. Cats, $2.50, $3, $3.50 and $4. JACOB REEDS SQM 1424-1426 Clestoraft Sihredb FWi-w HOT AND NIGHTIES FIGURE IN BLAZE Occupants of House, Who Flee to Hot Roof in Bare Feot, Rescued DAMAGE IS ONLY $800 . ,, , , . ... .. KevoUer shots, nightgown esc es 1m"" fni window, to sheds In the )' T" "K '7, ,,r?Pu. ,1 ?'" h" " rrp "'1 of " firC t0'la, Ut lint i.liswonu siren. Damage to the store and dwelling. property of .loe Treliro. ,wns estimated at SS00. A revolver shot attracted attention of n poli emun to the blaze. Trefiro. his tcn-nar-old, daughter Maiy in his arms; his nightgown-clad wife. Angelinn. shivering nt his side, was dancing up nnd down on th" reli shed, sputtering in the smoke nnd tr) -ing to get down. Neighbors effected the rescue nmid-t a snlvo of cheers. Hie fire had gained considerable ncn(hwlv i front. ,U,en Mrs. Joseph Vonutti. occupant of the third floor. of (, (.!a(, bnnt through a front window to the tin awn ing over the sidewalk with her niece. Josephine Pnresn. the jears, in her nrms. The i oof was hot. Her husband ap peared. In their bare feet, they were obliged to dame on the roof At this point the firemen appeared, n Indder rescued. wus Iinstily hoisted nnd nil hands were -piln (.n,1N(1 of th(1 f,rp is not known. Rivet front tires caused heavy dam age to property nnd cuucd the Injury nf one mnn on Sunday. The plant of the Atlantic Refining Company. .'5144 Pussyunk nvenue, was menaced by fire, which destroyed a por tion of n pier nenr n lnrge tank in which 120,000 gallons of oil were stored. Three bolice boats, two tugs of tie refining company, six engines nnd thirty hand trucks of the corporation were called nut by two alarms, a quarter of an hour apart. Patrick I-'lynn, thirty two. Magazine lane and Thirty-second street, nn overseer at the refining com pany, was burned. Another fire almost destroyed tiie Weymouth, a newly commissioned boat of the Bowers Southern Dredging Com pany. The craft was moored off Pier 0, Greenwich Point. Five hours' hard work by two police crews nnd the men of four engine companies were needed to snve the boat. Fire late yesterday damaged the waste mill of Charles Devlin & Co., at Kensington avenue nni! Hilton street, nnd destroyed more than 100 tons nnd other wnste in bales. The total loss is placed nt S10.000. && - ero. V 31 onui nwtmijXM 10 fo S v-lvr ;VM, fc' SJOTi Here's the Round -Up Clearance Sale of ' $30, $35, $38 and $40 Overcoats and Suits A at One j Uniform jj X X JLV.- - JPBV i I ' 1 J t $25 if 1 You can't makelahy mistake in buyintg one or two of these Sraits. You couldn't make lany mistake in themiat their original prices of $30 to $40. They weret good values at those prices. 1 They would be good V values at $3U, ftddH, $40 today! t $ We are cm:ng tiidm r,i,4- he!iiick VU- tr ri-ziirj just one, two, three, ' four of a lot. We don t want broken stocks. But all you are inter ested in is just oneiiSuit. If you get your sitee in this Sale, you'll Jhave some suit ! , And Overcoats! Cfl Medium weights and heavy weights. Con servative styles and snappy styles. f And all for the mod est sum of $25 each! Fall Styles are Here ! 1 Hundreds are buying them. If you want to know what's what, come in and look them over. Perry &Co. "N. B.T." 16th & Chestnut gts. 1 : f- t "-;i j -t'S r1 v.Sl n "3 "t & '-rJf ' Yow; antl JUbor'jt fymA M t WaaMaa?fTiay .'V i2iffi WWr r. I ss UHsf,;) ', tf ) - t. si -s-ft.v Jt-hr (" s.Akoi JJUfA mi, .. .. .. " 'A n: 1 , f ' 't, ) n a f - . - MA-A . t z,Ff.x2i&. m,.ffia ' l i " "4 . i,.. .