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PHIL'ADELEHIA, SATURDAY DEOBMBBB IX, 1920
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CANTON BULLDOGS ROMP IN SNOW. Jim Thorpe took his football team te -&LJU ' '' v 11f t$llllk& MOTHER GOOSE. PARTY AT WAYNE. The Saturday Club gave n pageant
the Phillies' Park eterday afternoon for the find practice hefore meeting the .' 'Wv4v7 f 'ffitS isjb"-)' & $ffimiEi'$M yesterday which dealt with the. rhymes and doings of the children of years age.
Union A. A. team tcxl.n. The three Indium en the team are Guyen. Thorpe and ft&V $' SP , l$ .&gffiZMmmaZ'. M KHraiBSPfc, The "peppermint stick girls" were Miss Dorethy Park and Mrs. P. H. Scllman.
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'WkliA' '1 "KW? WiVT 7 ,1 WARREN G. HARDING. A new THE REV. WILLIAM B. FOR- dllwW !
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Oil . ' i. (( 1 iT l i i I i i'I LINCHEON. It was given jester-
day at the l'me'-genc Aid Cufci".i h- M . and Mrs. Andrew Wright Crawford.
Left te right m t!'c group are Mr Skinrt"-, Mvs. Geerge Herace Lerimcr, Mrs.
Crawfeid, M's. Hareld Ellis Yamall and Mr.s. Heward . Prnceast
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HE LIKES THE NORTH POLE. Captain
Rebcit A. Bartlett, of the steamship Cha
teau Thierry, who made six trip.-, with
Peary te the North Pele region. He hope hope
te get another northern journey
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WARREN G. HARDING. A new
character study of the President
elect, as he smoked a cigar en his
arrival in Virginia fiem the Pan
ama trjp t'ncK'rwnel 4. rncJorwneO.
THE REV. WILLIAM B. FOR
NEY, of the Philadelphia Sabbath
Association, discusses Sunday ob
servance in an interview en the edi
"WILD-BILL" DONOVAN TO MANAGE THE PHILS. His signature te the two
year contract was made in the presence of William F. Baker, president of the local
National League team. Donevan started his baseball career in Fainneunt Park
Ledger Thete Service.
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CHRIhlMAS ALE. I' a: . u I h' tm - !e .." the Pmnniran
Guild Au.iliar h lieinp lie-:'! at I i: ' 4-c-n str tt. Ml-s Marien Moere
had charge of the dell department
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OUR CITY'S WORKERS AND WHAT THEY DO
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GUARDING HEALTH OF "THE LADIES." The
"doctor" is M. Labussiere, of Londen, whose daily
feed is earned by looking nfter the welfare of the
wax models. When photographed he was get
ting a few of the "ladies" ready for Christmas
season work I ' rwoel & I'nderwoeil.
LOOKING OUT OF A SI RWAY EXIT. The photographer went down
below the first landing of the exit en the north side of Market street at
Juniper te get City Hall from n new viewpoint. The men, tinding en
the sidewalk, were watching him work and get en the nrgative
L1 l.er rhrte . rli e.
MISS CATHARINE LISMAN at the
Bal Beliemc" of the Three Arts Club
held nt the Rittenheuse Hetel last
l.Mifer Thete fccrlce.
THE YOUNGEST CONGRESSMAN.
Clarence J. McLeod, from Michigan, is
being referred te as the "Baby of the
Heuse." He li twcnty.flve years old
Wide World rhote.
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THE BEAUTY CORNER
EXAMINING DYED YARN, (laud Zcrbv, .-J J Lyce-im .-trect, Rex-
borough, matching the dyed jain1- ith samples, se that he proper
hade is assured, at Anten Derfner & Sens, 1321 Girard avenue
Ledeer I'hote Serlce,
CAPTAIN O F PENN'S
BOXERS. He is Themas TMal
ley. Twe professional bexera,
Ray O'Malley and "Johnnie
Mealy," are his brothers
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''Hi: "KING" OF Al rOMOIULK ROW. He U
Charles Bunch, the rcsene patrolman stationed at
Bread and Race streets. Bunch has been en that
corner for ten years of his nineteen in the police
department. He is forty-six years old
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LONDON'S i. LORD
MAYOR. James Rele in the re
galia of his efflec. A lord mayor
holds ofllce for ene year
lizabeth Rosemary Lack, of Leng
Beach, Ca if., who has been elected
?ddetnhlth rilerimS' PaKeant- t0 l,a
held thore ww, WerW l,het0f
MISS SARAH SMITH
423 Locust street
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