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J i W?T3r J 7 " ?wft 7 - - - " ST , - .-, -1 ''. .(- l . EVENING' PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA', MONDAY, ' OCTOBER 6, 1919 S . If f lnnaf i I i I, I THE AUTOMATIC FIREMEN firm in iim i i hi iw Reimbursement Every dollar spent on GLOBE pro taction is paid back with Interest. Savings in insurance premiums eventually pay the entire cost of installation and the system then be comes an income producer. Can you afford NOT to have GLOBE protection ? GLOBE AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER CO. B033 Washington Ave. Dickinson ill ThtNewnnttiedBtVerrCo .elSotnerrllle Miss ,hu in prelection I GLOBE Deaths of a Day DR. J. A. HEARST DIES Specialist Was Youngest Student to Take Medical Course at U. of P. Dr. John A. Iicnrc:. tor many years Sromlncnt In medicnl circles in this citj, led nt his homo, at Gcrraantown nvo nuo and Walnut lane, shortly be fore 0 o'clock on Saturday night of heart disease. His health had not been Kood or some months and threo weekB ago his condition became Bcrious, when he contracted a severe cold. Doctor Hearst, who was born on April 13, 1871, nttended the German town Grammar School nnd was the youngest student to enter Central High School. He vi at also the youngcit mem ber of the University of Pennsylvania who ever took up the study of medicine there. For a year after obtaining the degree of M. D. he was resident plijsleian In the Gcrmantovin Hospital. In 1891 he became connected with tho Polyclinic Hospital and remained an active mem ber of the staff there until a month ago. Doctor Hearst specialized on diseases of the eye. ear, nose and throat, and wrote much on those subjects. Wk survived bv his father, a sister and two brothers. He was a member of Uie American Medical Soclctv and the city and county medical societies. Funeral services will he held tomor row afternoon nt the undertaking es tablishment of Kirk & Nice, German town avenue and Washington lane. Mrs. Thomas F. Kelly Mrs. Thomas F. Kelly, of 2401 North Broad street, died Saturday at her cot tage on Beach avenue, Cape May, after an illness of several years. She was the widow of Thomas F. Kellv who amassed a fortune In the thirty years he owned and conducted tho National The atre, at Tenth nnd Callowhill stteets. He also owned tho Torcpaugh Theatre, which is still under the management of his estate, although tho National The atre .was sold a few years ago to the American Ice Company. Mrp. Kelly, who was seventy-six years old, was active in the affairs of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church, Broad street aid Susquehanna nv'cnuc, where a solemn mass of requiem will be celebrated on Wednesday, at 0:30 a. m. A, eon Howard I. Kelly, who was manager of Forepaugh's Theatre, died in Cape May on August 2 last. The surviving children nro: Mrs. John I. Monroe, Joseph J. Kelly and Thomas F. Kelly, Jr., who spent nearlv two years with the 115th Regiment, U. S. Engineers, in France. Dr. George W. Parker Dr. George W. Parker, a retired physician, eighty years old, died yes terday morning in his home, G030 Mar ket Btreet, after suffering n stroke Friday morning. Funeral arrangements hare not been announced. Doctor Parker served during the Otvil War in tho Eighteenth Pennsyl vania Volunteers and was n membor and past commander of George B. Meade Post No. 1, G. A. R. He was graduated nt Hahnemann College nnd was a member of the first graduating class of that institution. He was a native of Philadelphia. Ambrose Pownall Ambrose Pownall, a retired hoy mer chant, who for years was a partner in the firm of Grtest & Pownall, died yesterday at the homo of his son-in law, Howard L. Townsend, at 4012 Walton avenue, after a long illness. Mr. Pownall was in his ninety-fifth year and was the oldest voter in the Forty-sixth ward. He east hlB last vote for Governor William 0. Sproul and the last letter he wroto was to the state's chief executive, of whom he was a treat admirer. Mr. Pownall was born in Lancaster .county, ne is survived by five children, thirteen grandchildren nnd nine great grandchildren. The funeral services will be held on Wednesday and Interment will be at Christiana, Pa. James Dunn James Dunn, a retired merchant, died suddenly yesterday in his home, 2200 South Sixty-third street. Ho was sev enty-flvo years old and death was caused by heart disease. Mr. Dunn had been on A throe months' visit to relatives in West Chester and returned to this city yesterday. $36,000,000 sales for one brand of chewing gum last year And the manufacturer first carried it as a side line. HERBERT M. MORRIS Advertising Agency Evtry Phase of Sales Promotion 406 Chestnut Street Philadelphia Office Organization and Management A new course covering all mat ters pertnlnlne to organizing ana managing a modern office, ' Of utmost value to office man agers and all clerks who want to advance. gas btfflns Tuesday evening, it. 7. .r Ca.ll or write for detalia. SlMltffeWfcf EBfn1flvl Sf 1Hhk- BBTr BBBm. SEEKS ARMY HERE TO AVERTMURDER General Torcom Wants Force for Armenia to Replace British Troops WARNS OF IMPENDING CRIME After taking steps for recruiting here among Armenian workmen for an army of flOOO or 10,000 to go to Armenia when the British soldiers arc with drawn, General Torcom, official repre sentative of the Republic of Ararat will lcae Philadelphia today for Washing ton, to appear before the Senate foreign relations committee. He has nppeared before the committee before. He explained hia plan to raise troops for Armenia, at a meeting last night in the I'arknny Building. Nearly half of Philadelphia'!) 4000 Armenians crowded the hnll to hear him. It was his first address in his recruiting campaign and the beginning of a tour of Amerlcn to arouse Armenlnns in this country to the dnnger of new massacres when the British army is withdrawn from Ar menia. General Torcom Is also asking Amer ica to send troops and provisions to Ar menin until ho can rnlsc his' troops here, "The British nio gradually with drawing the 00,000 men they have In my country," he said, "and unless the troops are replaced bv others, we may expect a repetition of the whole bale murders of our men. women and children wo had during the war. We lost 1,200,000 people through the mas sacres nnd starvation and we cannot afford to lose! more or we will be ex terminated." "The Pence Conference has complete ly decched the Armenians. Once more, during a period of fortj years, the poli ticians of the old world remnin immov able before the tcmble tragedv of our unfortunate countiy. Not only the Inrg. est part of our territory, in which are the graves of thousands of our martyrs, but the cry existence of our new coun try, is in danger. "Ten months ago I appealed to my countrymen in Europe and America for aid in this crisis. I did not peimit myself to be deceived by promises of allied politicians," ho continued. "I knew they had deceived us. Now we must lme help from the Armenians in America and America itself." General Torcom will carry his cam paign In every part of the country. There Is a settlement of 100,000 Arme nians In America. While in this city General Torcom was entertained by the local branch of the Armenian National Democratic Party. LEGION OFFENDS IRISHMEN Attack on De Vatera Brings Denun ciation by Three Bodies Resentment was 6trong jesterdny among Irish-American citizens of Phil adelphia at the attitude of the men of the American Legion who assailed Enmon Do Vnlern ns n traitor at their convention In Harrlsbnrg last week. Irr somo quarters they were called British sympathizers and swivel-chair warriors. Threo of the Irish -American or'gan bitions of the city formally cxnre:sed disapproval of the action of the Legion nnd adopted resolutions to that effect. They aro the United Irish Societies, meeting at 1022 Chestnut street; the O'Rahnlly branch of tho Sons of Irish freedom, who met in the parish schod of St. f rnneis dc SaleR Roman Catholic Church, forty-seventh street and Springfield avenuo, and the Ancient Order of Hibernians, conducting their biennial county convention at 1C0G North Broad street. " TT is much more profitable in the end to serve a customer9 s interest than it is merely to sell him something.99 r"im .t7Z?BH1H V-i Fall and Winter Suits me priced $30 to $80 Fall-weight Overcoats, $30 to $60 Winter JDvercoats, $30 to $80 I feaKSfS?5?55R5S3yiwwiiiiiiiTiwiJw MISS KATIIERINE CKAIG DIDDLE 1 RIDDLE FUNERAL TOMORROW BIUULC rUI.CnHUlUmunnUVy . . .... .. .. for Mfss Katherlne Craig Blddle The funeral of Miss Katherlne Cinig Blddle, who died Saturday in the l.an kennu Hospital, will be held tomorrow morning in All Saints' Episcopal Church, Torresdnle. Miss Biddle's home was in Stnte road, Torresdale. Her death was caused by pneumonia. Miss Blddle was forty-six years old. She was a daughter of the late Colonel Charles .T. Blddle, n distinguished olh ccr of the Mexican nnd Ciil Wars. Her mother, who before her mnrriago was .MISS linmi aiuiutr, mm i'm-i her S. 1018, at her home. 2110 Dc I.ancey plnce, in her eighty-eighth vrni The late Judge Craig Blddle, yrni. """ , .., . one ot riiunueipma raw "V" m SuiUle. was nn uncle of Miss Bitlule. Major Chnilcs ,T. Blddle, one of Anier- lea's most successful aviators in the war, who thrice was awarded the Croix de (iuerre and was commended by Gen eral Pershing, Is n nephew of Mis Blddle. ...PVBANK5& W" Jewelers Silver smilli! Slalionera 5 Hat ervice He cent Importations in various coora and raised gold patterns Copeland Wcddwood Coalport Crown Rqal Doulton Rojal Worcester French China fvHlfl JACOB MEED'S SONS M2M426 ttestaASJreelt SUIT BN CITY LOAN COWIES UP TODAY $8,000,000 of Contracts Roady to Award When Court De- cides Validity .. ..l snid today this decrease may be nt 'ARGUMENTS IN PITTSBURGH trilmtcd directly to prohibition. Eight million dollars' worth of work in city contrncts Is rcodyfor awarding ns soot as the Supreme Court announces the result of the tnxpaer's suit nttnek ing the aildity of the .$12,070,000 coun ellmanlcv loan Aigument begins on the ease in Pittsburgh toda . In anticipation of a erdlet In faor of the cltj, Director Datesmnn, of the Department of Public Works, hns per fected plans for letting the contiacts Itnmedtatily so there mnj be no more delay In the construction of bridges. i sewers and street work to be covered b npproprlntions in the loan I The S42.000.000 genernl loan, author ' i7e'1 in 11)10, nml ""' ?7,ioo,ooo transit nni, poU lolI1 nrcnUnckc,i , the same suit All wlllbo upheld, it is believed llesides this SS.000.000 woitli of woik, for whlih preparations nre ir ti.nlh complete, other public improc rients entailing nn additional expend! ture of nearly $8,000,000 depend on tlie outcome of the suit, These eom pnse tho elimination of grade irossings, i ev bridges nnd the development of the cit's sewage disposnl system. 'Uio work on which bids have been ieceicd or nre about to be received and foi which contracts nre ieadj for award Is: Branch sewers, 100 in nmn Ihi losting nbout $1,000,000; bridges, two in number, rosting .$12.",000; ninln siwers. S2."0,000; sewage disposal, SL"0,000: street lcpnirs, $1,000,000, rtnnvlnc of streets. S')."0.000: nntlnc of streets, $300,000: Rinding of stnets. M "0,000; construction of countij iond, , S-OO.OOO. ... I ( ontincts are ready to be nwarded on nil of the stieet work and 7.". pei ie.it nr tne .ptt(M. nml urugP cuustrui turn. I The remaining 25 per cent now is being nuvcrtiscd ami bids win dc opened within a few da8. In the nrennrntion of l'lans for street Implements nnd seweis the Depirt merit of I'irbllc Works bus been rnicful to include streets nbout to be developed Apprcci'a fed Wcddind Gifts cs Staffordshire - rlinton Cauldon Lenox Nft You w ill notice the above is in quota tion marks we clipped it from a shoe-house adver tisement. It's fine terse practical true. It epit omises Jacob Reed's Sons' attitude to- ' ward the buying public. CI Lasting satisfaction in your clothing purchases is only j assured by buying from a house which plans to hold its customers by giv ing Value and Service. for housing purposes. Many of the branch seert to bo constructed will for the tli vt tlnie Introduce modern ranitntloti In a niimbei of old e tlons !of the olt Contrails nro ieadj for onlj two brlilgcR, which will bo located nt Mor ris street oer the Gerniaiitouii and Chestnut Hill branch of the Pcnnsjl auln Kallrond and at Oxford strict ocr the Cnnneitliie Ralhoad. Only 182 "Up the Hlver" Slnic July 1 the number of male In mates at the House of Correction, llolmeshurg, has dropped from 000 to 1SL H, I,. Dacnport, mnster warden, j: BONWIT TELLER. & CO. FOR TUESDAY ONLY WOMEN'S FALL SUITS AND COATS sj X v COATS OF INDIVIDUALITY SThe Accepted Fashion Ideas Are Featured In These Garments Modes of Unusual Smartness in Diversity of Styles: Silhouettes That Strike an Entirely New Note for Grace and Chic. Exquisite Soft Fabi'ics in Subtle Shadings Richly Trimmed With Luxurious Furs and Some That Arc Without Fur. A variety of smart fashions developed in Duvet de Laine, Plain Velours, Silvertone and Whippet cloth. Cut on Straight swagger lines, showing the latest tendencies in belts, pockets and collars. Peau de cygne lined and inter lined. Exceptional value at fffv m I ROADS IN SAFETY CAMPAIGN Rail Employes Urged to Educate Public In Caution Posters were placed on the employes' bulletin boards of all railroads in tho Allegheny region today to announce n nation -wide campaign of accident pre vention to be condurted hj the rail road administration The drive, which Is under supervi sion of the safety s"ction. alms to bring to the attention of all railroad employes and the publlr1 at large the possibili ties of avoiding suffering and the Ions of life through nrrident uhexfyemlitj chop of -OnaUUdion CHESTNUT AT 13 STREET at Very Special Prices WOMEN'S FINE TAILORED SUITS Equal to Special-Order Garments Included are ten distinguished styles, in plain velour, Silvertone velour and Tinseltone. Plain-tailored mod els with notch collars, button-to-neck collars, and belt ed models. One very attractive model with shawl col lar of Hudson Seal (dyed muskrat). Colors: Taupe, Reindeer and Maduro brown, Navy, Oxford and Black. All sizes from 34 to 44. (For Tuesday Only) 68.00 Women's Suit Department, 50.00 Notable Examples of the Usual and Original Types Sponsored by This Shop Ultra-fashionable and becoming are these coats of Veloilr de Laine, Silvertone Velour, Bolivia, Evora Cloth and Peach Bloom. Many with large round collars of French Seal ; also effective collars without fur. (For Tuesday Only) ' ' 78.00 Women's Coal Department, Blouse, Special Blouse of Georgette crepe, in round or square neck effect, pleated frill trimmed with lace. As illustrated 5.90 Blouse of Georgette crepe, collar, cuffs and pleated frill hand-drawn and trimmed with filet lace. (In flesh and white.) 12.50 STATE POLICE RAID STILL Confiscate Considerable Quantity of I Moonshine Whisky tyear Scranton Scranton, Oct 0 When (he state police snooped down on a farm nt Mount Zion, about ten miles from this cltv, today, they confiscated a consid erable quantity of Illicit whisky, enough Ingredients to manufacture several bar rels of liquor, together with a modem up to date still James ltarilo wnn placed under arrest, chnrged with op eration of the still Moonshine whisky has been finding Its wov Into the mining towns of the valley for somo time. Second Floor rf Second Floor " never believed you could get such a good-looking Suit in Ready-Made Clothes! yy & You see it was his first visit to us.' ff He was brouerht in by a friend, at that. I He was a dyed-in-the-wool custom-tailor man who had thought, it necessary to have a lot of measuring done, following by a lot of try-ons and revamp ings. i I Today he knows bet ter. Knows he can get a Suit that will fit him to a nicety. t f& Knows he can put on a dozen or a score of them one after another and see the finished picture before commit ting himself. I And has discovered also that there's real snap and go to the lines of the coat surpassed by none and equaled by few. Besides costing him less money than clothes of equal character cost the tedious way. y J It's worth investi gating anyway. q Come in! 1 Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats Reversible Cloth and Leather Coats Perry & Co. "N. B. T." 16th& Chestnut Sts. i l 1 srl n pi ,gi i nm s 21 M '. -! i Si fA -ft J m - y n w . vi-5 i . jM " -r A 4 J N , , r A- T" n U .. ' A K J 3.V4 Lt.