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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, June 02, 1921, Night Extra, Image 4

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GEDDES LIFTS VOICE
FOR WORLD PEACE
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British Envoy Tolls Virginia
..;Studonts English-Speaking
Peoples Must Load
WAR SAPS NATIONS' VIGOR
ny llio Associated 1'rpss
. Charlottesville, Va., June 2. The
Knsllfih-Hno.ikliii' nconlfin of Mm wnrltl
should be "bnndoil foeethor in louder-
lp of nil the nntlonn to the era of
'rld pence, and an n first step to the
ra In which the wnrs which even now
8 can recognize ns futile nnil tinner?
Mrsary nre done with forever." Sir
Auckland Gcddc, the Brltinh Ambns
mdor, saldjn an ndilrcss here today at
centennial exercises of the Univcreity
of Vlrjrlnio.
"The contlmmnce Indefinitely into
the futuro of pence between our peoples
. .is bo obvious a necessity of our national
Hves," Sir Auckland said, "that I do
not dream of the contingency of its
rupture. WHmt I am concerned with is
Something thnt seems to me far greater
nd far nobler."
Deprecating war ns a sapping of the
jnyeicnl vigor of nations und denying
that "pence will rot tho vitals of n
nation, tho Ambassador expressed the
belief "that now Is the time for the
English -spenking peoples, with their
treat and peculiar advantages, to re-olvc-
that never again will they permit
this fajr world to be devastated by un
necessary war If by standing firmly to
gether they can provent it.
"What Is to hinder their co-operation
to this great end?" ho asked.
"Nothing that I know of but Ignorance
of each other's Ideals nnd aspirations
nd the suspicion that Is the child of
Ignorance.
"Once again the world has parsed
through the furnace of war," the Am
Dassatior continued. (Jnce again the
horror of the battlefield, mode more
" horrible by hcicnce, has bitten deep Into
(the minds of the nation. Once again
for a time they yearn for peace, but ns
ver the human mind Is forgetful of
horror. Already the memories of the
biHlne!i of war grow dim and the
Wcc-llections of the fellowship, tho
cnuragu, the glories of the human spirit
rising triumphant nbove the terrors of
the body grow bright and brighter. Our
minds are straying hack to the old clr-
;ilnr path that lends men to speak of
e honor of war and then of its glory,
Mid, juct before they again know its
horror, of Its desirability.
"I abate no jot or tittle of what 1
have said in the past, but abating noth
,tag I think It 'Is no derogation to speak
of the gross folly of war and to beg of
this, great university that It will sec
that Us sons nnd daughters, ere they
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the higher or the subordinate leadership
of thci" nntlnn. know clearly what Is the
cost of war."
MMMUmmi
Fresh from the farmyard
Gold Seal
Eggs
35c
carton
of twelve
At all oar Stores
OTO
HPnirf-1 y
lBTOBtS to. m
nriCiuCial
:o.
MBUIIUnH
-We Buy Old GolcP
SlXVKlt. PLATINUM. DIAMONDS
JEWELRY or AM, KINDS
Penn Smelting Co:
TnK m.Ti nnrn ctmn
0Ol Filbert St. Eat. 1887;
If you like People
EVERY perplexing exper
ience that life has brought
you counts in helping people
out of trouble. If you have
known sickness, anxiety, or
personal difficulty, and if to
that knowledge you can add
genuine liking for people,
capacity for working with
. . them, and a willingness to
x benefit by training and in
struction, then an opportunity
to be of service to others
awaits you.
A lame and well-Btabllhd
erxaatzatlon tngared In social
i work offers two positions to men
or women having a college educa
Hon r.Jh8 equivalent Address
Box C-203, T-odger Office.
Buy Your Coal Now
2240 Lb., to Erery Ton
For 38 Year.
We Serve You Right
OWEN LETTER'S
SONS
A Yard That Ha, No Equal
Trenton Ave. and
Westmoreland St
. Kfttunt- Jfrut 104
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VETERANS ON SLACKER LIST
Two Wilkes. Darre Men Who 8arved
Abroad Wronged by War Dept.
Wilkes Dam, Vs.,, June ZTwo
men whose names were Included in
the list of nlleged deserters from the
United Stntea army, published here
yesterday, served their country as
members of the 100th Field Artillery,
tho homo regiment. Theso men are
r"t.Dnvlof ,48 Ncw '
JiIkBnrrc Township, and Michael
KtirsJnn, formerly of 52 Stanley street,
Askam, now n resident of Cleveland.
Thomas Davis enlisted in this city
00 ,Dc7'mcr 8l lnt7- nn'l served hon
orably, In Franco until Mav, 1010. Kur
rlna was discharged on the snine day.
It seem; that they failed to fill out
ii T.ratt. Do.ar(1 s nucstlonnnlre after
enlisting In tho 100th Iteglmert.
Clothing Workers End Strike
New York, June 2. (By A. P.)
Approximately 05,000 New York cloth
ing workers today begnn n gradual re
turn to work following n general strike
i.i 4 ,An.tlu'"'ry stnrtlng last Decembor.
inlrty thousand wcro expected back In
the shops today as the result of an
agreement reached between officials of
the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of
America and the Clothing Manufactur
ers Association. A formal settlement,
drawn up nnd signed today, provided for
a 15 per rent reduction in wages for nil
workers except cutters, who will be
graded according to the class of work.
EVENING PUBLIO LEDGER-PHILATJELPHIA; THUBSDAYy JTJJB 2, 1921
4 IRISH POLICEMEN
KILLEDJNAWIBUSH
King Georgo May Open Parlia
ment of Ulster Juno 21,
Belfast Hoars
By tho Associated Press
Dublin, June 2. Four members of
the police force were shot dead and
throe others wounded In an ambush nt
Clonmore, County Kerry, yesterday, It
was announced at headquarters here to-
LASH THE WHEEL
and steer a MeacV course
to Vonderhsrchen's. Then
heave anchor here, step
aahorc, and see our line
of marine supplies. Vn
!., anAllvl. 4m .KllaV,4
any yachtsman either oapn or cook,
F. VANDERHERCHEN'S SONS
7 N. Water Street, Philadelphia
"At the Bipn of th Sail"
ofa-fa
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The Newest
Sports Straps
in Semi-Brogue effects
Light Tan Russia, $9
Fine Wliite Linen, $8
Note the new slightly wider toe effect and the
well poised straight heel. Delightfully trim
and smart, those new strap models in Walk
Overs give the comfort and secure tread of
well-fitting oxfords.
Harper's 11228 market!
r(0er
IQ22 CHESTNUT! SHOPS
r
day. The klll,ed wet Police Inspector
MncCaughsy, a sergeant and two con
Bolfast, June 2. (By A. P.) -The
News Letter today says it has learned
"ont llul .$& authority that ip nil
probability King Oeorgo will visit Bel
fast for tho purposo of opening the
Ulster Parliament in state, on June
21."
Tho Parliament will meet next Tues
day for tho election of a speaker and
the swearing In, of members. Tho pro
niwttnirn will tlA nf n hnvilw l.llalnnna
character, although tho lord lieutenant
will attend.
London, Juno 2. (By A. P.) The
Tropical-Weight Worsteds Superbly
Tailored to Your Exact Measure
$50
THESE are in pin nnd pen atripes. Unusual
fabrics, unusual values.
Special summer offer of our Dnylighted Mer
chant Tailoring Shopon the Second Floor.
Order one before you go on your vacation.
WILLIAM H. WANAMAK.ER
1217-19 Chestnut Street
French
Gingh
(uoemsH
SCO.U.
MT.WT.
am
tn frocks
for Women
15.00 t0 35.00
Gingham not only fashions the
entire Dress, it is used in making
flower applique for Voile Frocks;
while Organdie, Pique and
Linen are Binding Friends of
Lady Gingham.
Irish offlce today, stated It was unable
to confirm tho report that the King
would open tho 1'nrllamont of North
Ireland In Belfast on June 21.
Rptclat Calli DUpaleh. Covvrtoht, Hit
Dublin, Juno 2. Tho sale of the
Freeman's Journal and the Dublin Eve
ning Telegraph arc forbidden In the
martial-law area from June 2 to June
I). The order was communicated to the
editors yesterday afternoon.
One soldier was wounded In an at
tack on a military patrol yesterday 111
Dublin, the bomb placed in front of the
lorry blowing away tho protective wire
netting. Cases of liquors consigned to
"Black-and-Tans" at Cork were cap
tured bv Irish volunteers nnd destroyed.
Twelve Oars 8tolen
Twelve cars, of a 'total vak -,
?2 1,000, nnd a ?2000 rautortruek r J
rcporicu juoiuiunjr iV vllo noijpj -.
hnvlii been stolon during tho pt-JJ.
l..- .,4fnitp tinnra THik ...J t(-l
.tnlitn nn llin hlfhtvivn. l.tl. . ."
niniiMl n lock on n enrncro ,inn iT
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BONWIT TELLER & CO.
sJhe Specialty Stopc'QialnalionA
CHESTNUT AT 13 STREET
Hudson Super-Six
Again Reduces Prices
second time in eight months
Prices of all Super-Six models are again lowered. Last
fall a reduction of from $200 to $450 was made.
Effective June 2nd a further reduction of $150 was made
on each model.
The new prices F. O. B. Factory are now as follows:
Seven-passenger phaeton $2250
Four-passenger phaeton 2250
Cabriolet 2850
Coupe 3125
Sedan 3250
Touring limousine . 3475
J Limousine ,t 3850
Gomery-Schwartz Motor Car Co.
128-140 North Broad Street
Sales Room, 128-140 North Broad Service Station, 2400-14 Market St.
rOUR old shoes will be'good for monthVof 'wear yet!
if you have your repairman resole and fit theni
with O'Sullivan's rubber heels.
Insist .oti getting O'Sullivan's Heels they cushion ,tho.
v
shock of every step. Their special blend of new litfej
rubber combines greatest springiness with longest wcar
O'Sullivan's Heels
Absorb the shocks that tire you out.
rrtis
on lh Sale, of
Mnir Sho
Quantee,tjut
ThyArRlW
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FOOT COMFORT
S E R VICE
onth.SoU.or
Vbur Sho. U
Qiiaranl'e.ljut
fhyArRlih1
99 Per Cent, of Adults' Feet
Are Distorted Are Yours?
OUR forte is fitting of feet that are hard-to-fit or
require shoes not usually carried by other stores.
We have an excentionallv Im-crn and vowo nn..k
ment of specialized shoes for Men, Women and Children.
Know the Comfort of
Active, Tireless Feet
H
OW happy you would bo just to be able
to walk and be unconscious of vour
""- uu ue unconscious of your
xltl. iii Mr Jinn -uuhnn nui. ii tn
onthe?Ur Wdght frm ne achins f""t to the
THE cause of many foot troubles is poorly
fittmg shoes. Weak or broken arches
callouses, etc.. are' directly responsible
iZ Tany i.hol nnd. P"ins which annoy you
and,riadly interfere with your day's work
Thereforo you owo it to yourself and to
SoPrPa0xttb00k t0 ,BW' Mst.1?
Pc-Dom-ic Shoes
for men, women and
children are orthopedically
connect and assure absolute
satisfaction.
Hy-GienicCushion Shoes
specially designed for those
who do much walking.
Nurses' DeLyte Shoes
meet the needs of every
woman who needs foot
ease and comfort.
A Free Demonstration
-will be given at Dalsimer's for the next two weeks. Remarkable
Wizard Foot Appliances will be on display, under the supervision
of competent experts whose advice may be had absolutely free.
You are invited to come in.
WiQM
Foot Appliances are economical, light and practical. They are
worn inside your shoes and cannot be seen or noticed. Thev will
save you money because when your feet are in proper condition,
your shoes will last longer, retaining their original shape and 7ou
yourself will feel better and comfortable.
Don't let this opportunity slip by. Learn how to keep well,
feel well Find complete relief for your foot troubles olid
Remember-DalsimeSs-headquarters for foot suffer".
Four Di0 Floors with .eating capacity for G00 pcopic, und devoted to cnrrect ehoe.mng
THE BIG SHOE STORE
For Mm, Women, Uiua, Boys and. Children
1104-06-08 JVlark;et Street
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