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EVEOTm PUBLIC LEDaEKr-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, , JUNE 14, . 1921
"OUR MARY" PICKFORD
IN A TYPICAL ROLE
Now- Version of Carmen Story
In "Gypsy Blood" Other
Btanler "Through the Bock Door"
ence more brings out "our Mary Pick
ford" In the youthful rolca for which
.U became noted. Tho story is free
from all complications of plot and moves
along without miwri lax upon inc
thinking .portion of tho head. Marion
Fairfax wrote it.
Jack Fickford and Alfred Orcen di
vided the directing honors, nnd their
rlforU have resulted In a number of
excellent comedy situations. A few of
them while not new, were effective in
. laugh-making way. This team of di
rectors Becms affected by the "Chaplin
Sennett brand of slnp-Rtick comedy, for
tJie Httlo lady appears on the scene
with scrubbing brushes on her feet and
proceeds to clean up the floor.
Animals, and well-trained ones, too,
were just as interesting as some of the
nlajcrs and had a shire itfthe comedy
itunti. The photography was good nnd
ibowed artistic scnie on the part of
the camera mn.
Frank IJuhlcr'a conception of a trip
Into the past of the movies was well
received and ho gained a hearty wel
come for his revival of "features" that
appeared in dnva of yore. The music
was especially fine. ,
Stanton "Dangerous Business" is
the' result of lessons in scenario writ
ing ns taught nt Temple University.
One of the pupils, Madelnlne Sharp
Jluchannn, supplied the scenario, which
jives Constance Talmndge her starring
role. It was originally called "The
Chessboard," The combination of John
Emrson and Anltn Loos made the
changes necessary to give a proper set
ting for the talents of the star.
fieri. ! a novel type of story In which
a socially prominent girl tells the man
she is to marry when they are at the
church, thnt she is already wedded.
Then her relatives make her carry out
the Mb she has told, but, of course, in
a clean and wholesome ns well as un
rennorable way. Tho denouement la in
teresting and follows somewhat along
the style of Cosmo Hamilton's "Scan
dal." Constance Talmadgo is effective, and
Kenneth Harlan, George FawcCtt and
others contribute to the fun.
"The Skipper's Flirtation" is
another of those droll stories which Ira
Lowry haB made out of the series of
"Toonervllle Trolley" cartoons. It will
give the contestants for honors in the
movie beauty contest n chance to sec
tho character players with whom the
lucky winners will act.
Arcadia "A Message From Mars
is a play of the "morality" type such
as one In tint tn fltiil nroiiml tho holi
day season when all is well with man.
Tho original play was by Klchard
Gnnthony and Arthur Zcllcr, and
Arthur Maude made the scenario. It
was ably directed with great attention
paid to the star part, by Maxwell
Ucrt Lytell commands attention
thronghout tho whole picture, and he
has not had such a good role for many
pictures. The introduction of the
character of the messenger from Mars
Is so well handled that one Is apt to
forget the unrcnllty of the part and get
into the Hplrlt of the thing. The mes
scngcr shows man where he Is wrong
in ninny ways nnd, of course, these er
rors are corrected.
In tho support of Mr. Lytell appear
Rny Dean and Alphonz Ktblcr ns the
Victoria "Gypsy Blood" Is another
nf thimo riprmnn-made film plays, but
this one is exceptionally fine for It give
the 'true meaning of the writing 01
Prosper Merrlme's story of "Carmen
cltn," the Gypsy. LubltRch, the Grif
fith of Germany, has given a wonderful
production to the story. Tbcre-hnvc
been three other "Carmens," but this
is the bent. Chaplin made one. Thedn
Bora and Geraldine Fnrrar added the
more serious version of the famous
Gypsy vnmp. Edna Purvianco was the
Carmcncitn in the Chaplin version.
The settings In this picture are real
istic to the descriptions in the novel
and are cnrrled out pletorlnlly to min
utest details. Pola Negri is the alluring
cigarette maker while her soldier-lover
is played effectively.
Begent "Puppets of Fate" is a new
Viola Dana subject in VTiich that Uttlo
star appears to advantage in a role
that gives her a chance to get away
from the general run of hoydenlsh types.
The story is filled with dramatic value.
It deals with an Italian who comes to
America and foreets all about his sweet
heart until that lady also gets here nn!T
discovers him nnd then the fun begins
for him. She shows how big her heart
is in her trial sceno where her former
lover is called into a court. Dallas
M. Fitzgerald directed the piece which
Donn Byrne wrote.
Capitol "The Highest Bidder" is it
story of social life in which Madge Ken
nedy appears as the star. Lionel AtweTI
is the chief male support while Regi
nald Mason and Vernon Steele have
prominent parts. The story Is about a
girl who is forced to marry a man for
his money, but she really loves him,
and so the wedding is not such a dif
ficult ono to negotiate.
SANTLEY AND SAWYER
HEAD KEITH'S BILL
Pretentious Review Act Scores
Hit Solly Ward Also
Has Good Act
Keith's Joseph Santlcy nnd charm
ing Ivy Sawyer have n pretentious re
view act. 'entitled "Kllck Klick," which
nnrrteil off headline honors on a bill
which is chockful of entertainment.
Tho four scenes are unique with ngpro
nrlate costumes worn by the company.
Dainty Madeleine Von and vivacious
Helen Kroner each do on exceptional
turn. The dancing Trade Twins nlso
havo n big placo in the net. The prin
cipals, howevor, carry the burden of
the review and this they did well.
Solly V'nrd and Marlon lurrhy have
a meritorious farce which they call
"Babies." Ward, as the henpecked
husband, was a riot. Tense moments
were cleverly Interwoven. Jcane Eliot,
ns tho "other Bhc," capably took tho
part of the seeker of subscriptions to a
babies' relief fund and for n moment
it looked like she was going to ruin
Ward's "happy" married life.
A renl novelty act was that of Mr.
Hymack. Here is a quick-change artist
who Is above par. Dave Both scored
one of the big hits in nn act of versa
tility. Bartram and Sexton sang some
songs ns thnt were meant to be sung.
Avcy nnd O'Nell in "The Young 'Uns1'
scored. Tho dancing of this team was
good and the audience liked It.
Hobson and Bcntty, two clever girls,
were one of the surprises of the show.
Thev are billed second on the program
and ought to be moved up among the
topnotchers. Their singing was highly
entertaining ns was their dual pinno
Tim Cnitehficld in a "BrcMO From
the West" has' nn act with o, humorous
touch. Evelyn De Lyon nnd compnny
were seen in unique ncriallst stunts.
Globe "Sweethearts." a plcasim:
summery musical comedy, won headline
honors. "Little Miss Hunsliine" was
another breezy musical act. The Mon
nrch Comedy Four were Q hit. Fred
nnd Tommy Hayden, versatile comedl
ans, put their act over. Others who
nlenaed were Johnny Hurd, songs nnd
dances; Paulino nnd Francis, "A Little
of This nnd a Little That," and Gllles
pio nnd Leonl.
Ilroariwnv Tom Brown's Musical
Highlanders won the house with their
COLONIAL "Tho Witching- Hour,"
with Thomas MelRhan. . .
AhH Air n It A "A Btnall-Town Idol,"
with Hennett cast. ...
MARKET STREET "The. Fnlth
aitEAT northern "omctr w.
66B," with Tom Mooro. . ..
LOCUST "What's a Wife Worth."
BELMONT "Out of the Chorus,"
with Tom Moore.
JttVOLl "Tnis Golden Hone." '
LEADER "The Glided Lily."
COLISEUM "Seven Yenrs' Bad
Luck," with Max lender.
ALLEGHENY. PALACE, IMPERIAL
-. and EMPRESS D. W. Griffith's
"Dream Street." with Carol Demp
ster, Ralph Graves nnd Charles
A Move to Reduce
the High Cost of Living
The war is over. This is the reconstruction period
a period of readjustment of business conditions and a
general reduction of living costs.
As certainly as the sun rises and sets every twenty
four hours, the cost of living has got to come down.
Manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and workmen
must all bear a share in the general reduction. Labor in
many industries has already accepted wage reductions
and prices in nearly every article of necessity have come
The Wilton and Brussels carpet and rug manu
facturers are doing their share and have asked labor to
co-operate. But the Wilton Weavers' Union has refused
to do its share in accepting a just reduction of the heavy
increases in wages granted in war times.
If Wilton weavers continue to draw war-time wages,
the consuming public and workers in other industries who
have accepted reductions will be paying the price.
Although the Wilton weavers are now receiving two-and-a-half
times the wages they did before the war, they
have refused the manufacturers' compromise of a 20
reduction and have been on strike for over five months.
Therefore, on June 15th, the Wilton Mills of the
countru purpose to resume operation on an open-shop
Employment will be open to suitable men, either union
ARCHIBALD HOLMES & SON
ROBERT CARSON & SONS
THE MODEL MILLS CO.
BRESLIN BROS. CO.
Gloucester, N. J.
J. WHITTALL ASSOCIATES
MOHAWK CARPET MILLS, INC.
Shuttleworth Bros. Co. Branch
Amsterdam, N. Y.
A. & M. KARAGHEUSIAN
Freehold, N. J.
HARDWICK & MAGEE t
THOMAS DEVELON, JR.
H. G. FETTEROLP CO.
Scotch melodies. La France and Joel:
son mixed mirth and melody In their
skit "At the Kbony Club," and- sev
eral other good acts were offered.
"Dream Street," feature photoplay,
won marked and deserved npproval.
Nixon Oscar Lorraine, tho "Vlo
Sisters were seen In dance creations.
Johnson, Baker and Johnson do clever
juggling. Walsh, Mealy nnd Montrose,
acrobatic comedians, proved that origin
ality always will bring good reward.
Itichard Lee, minstrel, won approval.
Grand Jim and Mnrlan Harkins, in
their new act, "Tho Laugh Eternal,"
offered 1021 comedy In large measure
and the confidential chatter about cb
comedians kept n riot in motion. Brown
and Barrows interspersed good comedy
with music. Other good acts included
George (lautler, blind French singer,
and IJostock s Riding School. Lnrry
Scmou in "The Bakery" is the film
Cross Keys A good summery bill is
offered with "The Hose of Spain,"
musical tabloid, as hcadllner. The
cast 'includes n number of good singers.
Jones nnd Cnvannugh met approval,
Benson Fnber and company were seen
in n novelty nnd The Olockcrs, water
experts, also scored.
Walton Hoof A whirlwind dance 1
La Hovln and Ollmoro is one of the
big features. Sccrnl brand-new songs
were offered by the Tip Top Four with
good results. Blanche Ln Gordo ap
peared in Oriental dances.
Trocadero "Palm Beach Girls" fea
tured the Spanish trio of dancers and
mandollnlsts In nntlvo specialties. Grace
Goodall, pP)inn donnn ; Marie Baker,
"girl with winsome smile" J Scotty
Frlcdell, eonilquc; George Walsh, the
"ncc kid," and George Carroll, funster,
won applause in the hurlettn.
"Dream Street" at 8everal Houses
"Drenirr Street," the new I). W.
Griffith photoplay, which had recently
a prolonged local engagement at high
prices, is on view this week at the
Strand, Palace, Kmprcss, Imperial,
Broadway und Allegheny. It is nlso
being Bhown nt the Grand, Camden;
Virginln. Atlantic City, and Washing
ton. Chester. It depicts brotherly lov
In the sordid surroundings of the Lime
house district of London.
We Buy Old Gold
SILVER. I'f.ATINIW, DIAMONDS
JEWKI.RY OK AM, KIMIS
Penn Smelting Co.
Tltr. OLD GOLD HIIOP
000 Filbert St. Tot. 1887
ALSO BAGS & SUIT CASES
SAa.BWK.VS SAMPLE CA8E8
and All Kind Trnnkn. Run ami
...-KU?J'"!,A :'"' "'.-
48 N. 7th St.
VALISB CO., Inc.
made spick, span nnd inviting.
Outside rooms, cool, cheerful.
Pick from these:
Two Rooms and Bath.
Three Rooms and Bath.
Four Rooms and two Baths.
Rittenhouse Hotel, 22d and Chestnut
ATLANTIC CITV. N. J.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
ALL the old charm
of these two
famous hotels now
combined and added
to. Hospitable. Home
like. Finest cuisine.
Every modern com
fort and service.
LEEDS AND LIPPINCOTT COMPANY
. ATLANTIC CITY. N J
Oo eh Beach and th. Boardwalk .American Plan- Army Open
Vlrctnla ave.. ntar twach. on block from
Kteel Pier. Private balsa. Elavator. Capac
ity 300. Danclnc. 4000 feet of porch tpaoa.
Batblnc from boua.
RUNNING WATER ,IN EVERY ROOM
American plan. tS.SO up (tally. Buropeaa
8.,!5L'..i.1,lL0 .HE. dJ!y. peclal wteklr.
OAnr.K tt TIKYITT. Nw 0mr.hlp Mrt.
I3.BO DP DLY.i SPEC. WKt. AMICR. FLAN
jnd fireproof Annex. Tenneues ave. near
utach. Capacity 400. Central. Open eur
roundlnm opp. Catholic and Proteatani
churches. Prtvnte battia
Running Water in All Rooms
unite emnro. Hcoklet. R. n. LTOY. M. D,
Stun Dlr.i flp. MTtly. Am. Plan (with meat)
Cor. Pacific und Arkannn avn. Prlv. re-
frlreratlnir plant: elcctrlo kitchen open for
Inspection; runnlrg- water, all outilde room
xuiuuuiuusir cienn. Kiev., prlv. name. Dan
InK from hotel; bath houae and nhowera free.
urcneaira. aanclnif: white aervlcef cerate.
woolclet. New management.
KnT a iiocrcnNDunr.
Directly on the Ocean Front
An American-plan hotel of dlellnctlon
.., . CAPACITY COO.
GAllAQn WoJter J. Butbv
60 SEA WATER BATHS
flrtnla Ave. 2d home from Uoardwalk aai
tel PUr. Uvery appointment. Illaheal itul
art tn culilne and rvic llooklet.
( IIOTirWKl.U Prop.
Alwaye open. Alwaya ready. Terme mod
erate. Writ or phone. M. Walah rinca.
ATGLEN Michigan K Near neach L
, ' Ml lion Dollar Plor. On
block from Heading- Hta. (inthlnir allowed.
U'.&t) up oally. Hpec. wkU J W llyley. Mar.
New York ave., nr. Ilencli. Kurop, plan
cup. 300; runnlns wnlir nil rooms; private
hatha, elevator; electricity. t2 On up dally
Vlrclnla Ave. at Ileiirdwnlk. Wrenrnof.
rataii ilumrnrlun out.
Hiwclal rate. American pl'an. St. 00 uVr.
New Reading -u.s i'"cinc ,. m0i
tine. Dietary Inwa ohmrved Hoffman ft Bllbiir
Westmimter ft1,"lu.ck AV.?-, ' n:a
ii """"" Ulevator. Pr vate hatha.
..mm.i. ..n.c. 'ITH Mil TWT 1 , (C1'I
BceclnVOOd 't"tcky Ave. near Ileach
Pjw Clnrion Kentucky Av, Uoardwai
new v-iarion (Wm wjth l)ft 4 wm'-
' --- -- w.wn .. .. ..wr. l ,ca,.l-
D THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SBCT10W.
Mlchlnn A, cloee to Btch. three bloeki from eew
Indeiroae (Amuitment Center), eonrenletit te ell
plen and unuiemenU, op'n urrounillnte. Lar lrr
rooraj Running wtr. rrivate bathi
Anerleaa Plan, 17.50 up weekl', (3 ap dallr
European Plan, ll.SO up'dallr
Moalc, aun parlor, ipocloaa porchca. free bathlnc
prlrllejta. ahower hatha Noted for well-eookad foed
STery attentloo glran to comfort and aerrlee.
ALL YOl"D ITPPCT tTcrTTT. TO IM
Be. CereHae Ave r. Starh.rlfhteff Beerdwelk. Terc-
fcitnt S b1dit U Trot. A Clh Churchia RannincitW
m eoM waUr J roci- pt bthj, opm Qn-widTnri
j.-i. aawHw, .! i, to m an nmMBS m arwwfrl Z
gnw.riM, HNOyair BPe. WKlf. a
Pf f ror MiTO-wtftD, tut K
Ronnlna I t
etraet raid. Him. era
Allautlo & Maaaacauaeili
Avea. Capacity DUO. All out.
aide, airy rooma. Open all
year. II BO 6y up. Europ
flan. Special wkly. ratta
mtim v m. Tiittnwyn
Miitinla Ac. Llooe to Ileach nnd Steel Piar
Capacity 250. American plan Private
batha. Itunnlnn water iilovalor. Rlectrlcltv
lmthlng from hotel ALOIS ORIH1EK.
JSl, iuri,..a Ae. aud beach. Cap. IDU.
rlunnlne water. Private batha. Ulevator. biu
arlor. uneiejlltd eulelne. U. Ileveaay.Ownaf
Kentucky Ae Adjaient to T1eata.
h;ry appointment. Culelne and eere.
loe unexcelled. Mod ratea It. Uruckar Cax
ft. Jamee Place, overlooklnr the MoareV
aralk. Fireproof. Capacity 360 Private hatha
nunniner water, movator. u. a. urarr. ui
r.LtftiLft I U al uc.an mud Connecticut
IHDUI1 iniV l..t iiu-.llnn! Ian.. -!
roome. Bathln. from hotel, mb aeaaoa;
moderate ratea. J P A A M. DUNN
i-t. a T 1 a N
UUi tA.L.L. Ainer. elan
Maine Ave. On Beach
II 00 day up.
OCKAN CITV. N. J.
HOTEL, and COTTAGES
OCEAN CITV . N .J,
Special rates for June
Cottages 2-3-5 Rooma
For tho Season
Rates on Application
Special low ratea for
A. )C UAKEIt.
Hie Walkins ftou"i CaJ!1? v. neVr
Mrlt, .Nfoderalf ratea. !-. II ArnnM a-:
HOTEL LEWIS " Tlzz
,.. .. . Kucjllent table.
v in it- iemn uwn jfc prnr.
1911 Atl. Av. ,rK?' .R,lry .f00"" "!
...Jj- i i f i " ""'miiit,
Pennmont l? B' Vermont av near boh.
Amir. Dlan. T! nr .-
NATIONAL Tn"; v- 1 hou" ':. i'"i
Bfikattkn llt. Ho. Car. Amir. Huron?
""""' Ijf- from hon-H.. afM jtahrS
May and June
SwartKmore "unnlnir w ater throuuhout.
;; Near t"ncn ann attractlona.
Biscavtie Itunnlii water In eery ruom.
matayne nooklet E. nt.UNDIN.
Attrlen 0th Central, rtun'e; water tn all
o rmmi. Tnlile unanrpaaeed
rt.i.f irmiaKeir Ik central ave..
near beach, eicel'ent table, bathlnc from
ttouae; reuaonahl- ralee
OCEAN PITY. N. J.
"Ameriftt'a (Irratret lriui)lly Iteaort"
.. . iHcT ,:L'', of 0rrm ttM 4nai
llotela In thla imper nn Weilnmdn r evenlnr
wn-jiwoon. W. 4.
t vrtrlrimet SilUCeilar, lilnnn from iioam.
.' walk' in wate. Mr. Olrtw.i
rK K CIIAMPI.AIN. W. Y.
T.AKK f IIAMPLMN. V. V.
IVCottages For Kent
IM Own Golf Links
af fTatMHlai VtnnalHM tintlilnty fl f V.
Orchestra, Stenm heat. Supplies
from ncarhy farmu. Fresh vegetables,
H. P. SMITH
TTeatport-on-Lake Cliamplaln, N. T.
AHIlimV I'AltK, N J.
THE NEW QCEAN H0TEL
RATKS 30 TErt YrtLT.K. UP. AM. TLAN
Aabury Pnrk'e Nrweat Todlmc ltotl
Runnlna; water and phone all rmei etev.
Phone 2380 EWELL ft CnAWFOnD. Ownera
ASI1URY PARK, N. J.
Only European Hotel on ithe ocean front.
Headquarters for auto tourlala" ahore dinner
n. epeclalty JAB. KELBET. Prop.
.IDING on the Green
Drive a turfed bridle
path cut through the
forest in the Hotel
Park is but one of the
kinaly sports so -
for at Willi Point.
There are also Golf, Tennis,
Dancing and Water Sports.
J. V. GHF.AVES CEO. LOW
Umitagtr Cm If Sup u
tint fat Offit
lil FIFTH AVX.
OTHEOO LAKE. COOPmSTOWN. N. Y.
AHDtlKY PARK. N. . . ,
Capacity 3001 Orrhratra. Elevatori noejttet.
7a. Ileerre. Prop. C. II. Reere. Jr.. Mrr.
WFI I INfiTON flthAve.,Abury Park.
WE.L.LaNlslUrl nght Rt the OMnn.
Running; water In eviry room: elec. Bklt.
C. W. HAIIT, Ownership-Management.
Annirnv PAnn IVPORMATION
Write MUNICIPAL I1UREAU. Iloardw'k. for
hotel or other Information; free A authentic.
NORTH AHRORY rAnK. W. J.
OTSEGO LARK, COOPERSTOWN.
WILL OPEN FOR THE BEAflON ON
SATURDAY, JUNE 2STH
Under tn Personal Jvrar.aa-ement of
MR. DAVID B. PLUMER.
New York Ofllca)
The Bpur." 2Z Klfth Are.
Tel. Vanderbllt 374
15 " "25
Malt ordera Mnpe(l
Immediately, We seH
copper tuhlnn. unions,
Dixie Mfg. C,x
t tnSO K"nalnctnrt Art,,
' Plilln.. Pn.
OLD PARLOR SUITS
w a nae vnfiaT. Via Tff.W
niavn .- w -.--..
Made ta order.
We carry a larct
etnrk nf tinhola.
lerlnp materials at wholesale prlrei.
American Upholstery Co.
Oldest and Largest "oas ef Its Ktmat
305 Arch Street M7rL,et0$o&,on
OLCtPI.X. .a.N 1.MIKK 11LOCK
Directly on the Ocean front
Capacity 000 , All outslds rooma
lirKHN JUI ID
Hot and cold salt water la all
Perfect Cuisine. White Service.
HIIRIUIAN DENNIS. Mannsrr
New York Offlee. B W. 40th at.
Phone: Vanderbllt Sl'OO
OCKAN OROVK. N. J.
New, modern hotel: hot and cold runnlns
water tn every room: private bathe. Ocean
Pathway facing park ft ocean V C. Haynee
TTio 'WsLVarlv 10 Ocmn Pathway, new
me YYRveriy nianBltemf,ntf vUWi
Oret-claaa cuisine. H. HANK. Owner.
Directly on ocean
fielect family hotel.
The Otieen Erectly on Ileach Front
POINT PLK.SAXT. .V. J.
tOlMT PLEASANT, N.J.
Amonr the pines on the beautiful Manas,
quan River shore. Every attraction of
seashore, river and country. All outdoor
sports. Now open. Booklet.
J. K. Ileerbower.
Concerts Dane. All Spts Robert M. Croneh
IIKLIIAIt. N. J.
The New Columbia
On the Ocean Front, Relmar. N. J.
Caterlne to the Beat Clientele. Amer. plan.
Rates IS to 110 dally. Modern: capactty
850; music: elevators to street level: carafe:
write for honk'et Y. K. LfCAH. Mcr.
U PRLV O LARK. N. .
On the Ocean
WARRFN UPRINO LAKE. N. J.
VV .r-i.rviia'l. 0olf nathlnc. Ruins.
Tennla MTJalc. Dancing W. H Stuhba Prop.
M'RINO LAKK RKAril. N. J.
SPRING IwKK RPrn. N. JT.
OI'RN MAY 28
F. K. HPANGEXnFJIO. Prop.
Hprinr Lake Reach, N. J.
ON OCKAN FRONT
9PBING LarKE BEACH -N J.K
(I i ? Inn t ' . , rm Mcr aa
SKAHinK PARK. N. J.
Dlrec on the ocean front Capacity 300
Hi.nklet H ltOPB TURNER Owner-Prop.
nKACnilAVEN. N. J.
THE ENGLES1DE Vu'
Prltate baths with aaa and frean wate n
ttnnla courts: booklet. R. P. ENOI.E Man
aaar Also th rovlnaton. Weet Phllai pila
LAKE rLAClP. N. Y.
Grand View Hotel
LAKE PLACID, N. Y.
Opens In June. Extensively improved, flneat
electrical equipment: running water, private
bathrooms; elevator: porches: danclne.
FURNISHED COTTAOES FOR RENT
All out-of-door Adirondack diversions. Clr
M. H. MARSHALL. Msr.. Luke Placid. N. Y.
FOR ADIRONDACK BOOKLET and Infor
mation npply to tiro. W. Rmn. Heo'y.. Plntta.
pure. N. Y. FOR MONTHKAL-QXEI1EC
ROOKLKT npply to Tourlsta lliirrnn of Mon
treal. 900 New Illrka llldc. Montrenl. Can
0 Commonwealth Ave Boston I
Boston House !
One of the moat homalrhe I
hotaJo In the vorld.
Mrr 3ntl for Our BooWeH witJi
Guide to Historic Doston.
High and Cool in the Brtkihittt
A HOTEL OF DISTINCTION
Opens June 18 Elevation 1400 feet.
Oolf. Saddle Rtdlns. Orchestra. Qarars.
Dealrsble Cottanes with Hotel Service
HOWE A TUOROOKR. Mnnnaere
Winter Resort. Prlneese Hotel, flermnda
JEFFERMON. N. II.
NEW WAUMBEK ""rSJ-"-
A Distinctive Hotel of the Hlichcr Typ.
Booklnic Offlco. S W. 40th L. New York
VERMONT FREE HOOK
"Vermont Motor Toura ' "Oroen Mountain
of Vermont." "Hotel Directory." "Cottarei
to Rent and for Sale Write
Vermont Publicity Bureau Montpeller. VL
While They Last
All goods must bo sold for
How-end lied, Full Vunlty Dressing
Table, Clilrfurette nnd Large -
lucb rturenn: Oennlne Am ericas
Walnut, SInhocnnjr or Ivory
1.S0 HOUEI)KEhES. SSo
(io(Ml Uuullt) Prrcule
IIRYANT. 3J15 Lltchlleld ht.
PRIMTINri C o nt in e r rlul Stationery,
Hteel and Copper Plate Encravlns;. Eieellent
work cind tinnnnll prompt servlre.
Jl'HTICE PRINTINO CO.. 007 Filbert Nt.
HEAIIKHHIT. N. J.
A delUhtful hotel on- the Ocean. N. Y7
oflloe. Sherman Square Hotel. Tel Col 400
HITQII J. FLYNN. Mgr
IAKK HOPATCONO. N. J.
Hotel Montlcello main auto road
. , u . . uaraie. Iloat Land-
Ins. Table d'hote and n La Carte Service.
DEL U ARE WATER GAP. PA.
Glrea you a feeling of
real comfort and the
asaurancn of perfec
cising or playlns
icames of any kind.
chafa. Perfect pooch. Patactadopen
ta la front. May be boiled to cleanae.
TWO WEEKS TRIAL.
If ae sstlaf aetery return and money
wfll be refunded. Mailed on reeelpt of
MsaLak 1 alHalaa.....
P"lf" -saaaamia. wsjufc UtWIUITIlUm, Mf ji-
T.?! WA,'TB r' WARE CO.. Dciit. I
103U Uprlni: Htreet Phllndrinlila
Thaaa alllln rnnt thA ma.n.UfJLC'
turera $384.00. NccdlnK cash t
ence, they have turned six auiiosi
3er to us for disposal at Just one
,mtf thn ivhnlen.alA nrlea they sret
from tho dealers. Cfome and look
these over. Will hold them ln our
warehouse until you are ready for
Feveral Bargains In DlnlnK-Room
Suites, and Tnprstry Velour over
Btunea ana Cnne Heat iivmsj-uussai
Entire Car of Wicker Suites,
WE DO NOT CARRY SECOND
Army Cots, new, complete,
Mattress, Pillows; just the thins
for the bungalow $6.00.
Sincle and Double Beds. Mat-
tresses $5.00 up Sheets and
Porch Sets Settee, Table and
(Jhair; ideal for the country or
lawn ?5.00 complete set; new.
Two complete floors of brand-new
furniture. Including eery Item that you
can use tn Jour home all must be so'd
regardless of their cost, positively none)
sold to dealers. Come early and convince
Entire car Refrlirerators 2 floors of
new Furniture all to be sold for charcss.
Special Prices to Clubs
Equipment for Camps
and Sales Co.
128 N. 3d St., Phila.
Open Dallj Until ilr M
Opn Monday and Friday 0 P. M.
We Are Only 2 Blocks from Ferry
i uauy wejiveriaa to i amnen ana virinilT
Us Your Name lor Uur UonUuV
The Bellevuc piJimui?n,,if,ui orcn- danc
. . .. ,rxc table. Jtoderate rat's
Chester .McDonald Wm. p. Murray. Props.
MOUNT POCONO. PA.
Mount Pleasant House " f"0"'.
. . ...... P1- Prlnte
umiia. irvrt Karaite v A ec ti M. LEKCH
PAfll.ES MERE. PA.
Eagles Mere, Pa.
The summer issort that Is different be
"UJf It combiner mountain and seashore
conditions with unique surroundings.
rh.sandy beach and temperate water
'S" .rink ot ho Ps es afTord splen
did battling- 2200 feet above sea level,
one of the finest golf courses In America.
For booklet and rates, write:
THE CRESTMONT INN
WILLIAM UOOnS, Mannrer
THE FOREST INN
HERMAN V. YKAGER. Manaci
JOHN 8. Until SON
L. II. C. LIST, Manager
HIGHLAND TERRACE INN
iinV,"10Mi,,ie1.."nd refurnished, ideal Joca
ggjrgfggyAfg P HCHULBB
THE O-NE-ON-TA 8ou,n Mountain
llreiem home cnmt "Jl".-).'.-.
SfiTlSl'.J l.'i.wh,t.we "r-Hlon't aand os a cent;
lUwewaotliaebsnenjjro,, to you the eieelleai
qoajitr saa low coat
HKnrom, Ni'itwn. v
IIP.IIFOltl) HPItl.Mis (1.A , HofFiTZFr
lent email... all snon. 'MAaV',ln"e'nTEyj'.!-
Vacationing In the lllue lllda. mi. , ..
scrlptlve bClt. A list of hoiel. a. h.SJ 'r "
in Illus Rld; ARa. write? aenplSj' .V,'
.t.r.. Manmn.1 R.ilw'., n,..l;.'tfj
nKRR PARK Hit,
UPKpT"mR V0TEL tf-
Oo?f:"T.rnUn: ?WfenA'J!S5flr S800 tw
T. F. MI'I.UNS M,
TIIHKK FAMOUS LONDON IIIITFI T
Yletorlit Hotel, tirand lintel. Hole" "".,'
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a i this
-Surplus Stock From
Vitreous china, new
complete Flush Uo
How 1, heavy b u
All sizes, one-half
what you puy else
who e. Also Wua
lasts. Jut aaiwl
SOlor whan onlcrl
with yourpeatrasa p
past perfectly aatui
torn aod ave will rail
leci i y ,
lar for artry
aaa sji d any
on walat and
aklrtla of all
over wool era
sets the entire
dreaa on to a
about 1 1 a at.
jtractl v e n e a e.
Illelt la of aalf .
material The all
I around (old at
hlDa anil .int..
oi wsiai aealgn la en
.livened with Mottiernf
Sri buttuna Orra. hmm
popular short alreaaa and
shapely rat colterlaee neck
which la beat aulted for sum
If after eiamlnatlon yon do
not think it the beat bargain
jrwu ever aaw 11 won I coat
you one penny Juat return
It at our eipenae Laitiaa'
Colon U I u a and fteee.
uraer Dy no. EH.
ind addrcaa and atula alxj, and
bendreaa arrlrae dapoelt 11.11
n uennic tor poftsge ena
) thla wonderful bargain re- i
ft penny you have paid cat.
Stationnrv Wash Tnh
GKXl'IN'll STflVP Trw.l,,,l
nieT nil flttltiKs, complete to
Double White Porcrlaln Wash
Tubs, conipleta J35 00, ret? tlOO 00.
w1" W.. ,lno t Kitchen Slnka.
uutn Tubs. etc. Positively nuw.
A Lnrt'f Shipment
of Showt-r Uutlis
,.l2E,u.'"n." .',', "'."'".'s and curtalm
ready to Install without the aid of a
t While They Last, $9 Each
Not Houm-Wrecklne Gooda
Special Prices to Clubs
Equipment for Camps
H'l.llu ...... .... ,. . . .
" lurj iat, uuaranteau in, every ,s
resect T 1 1
and Sale. Ci rU .
128 N. 3d St., .,'
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