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KTBNINO PtTBIrfO (EjBDaBR-.HILADBLPilA,. TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1921
TO ANSWER SIS
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of 5000 Irlah-Amorlcans
Who Dlod In War to Bo
NAVY PAPER LAUDS ADMIRAL
: Wh!nBton, June 14. The Nfttlonnl
4sMeIstlon for the TlWRnltton of the
lrlh Republic hns nnnounceJ thnt, os
n'n answer to the gpecch mode In London
bV Admiral Sim. It will malc public
list of COOO name of Irlrti-Amerlcnn
nho died m the battle field of Frnnee.
The lid will bo publiphed on the day
A'dmlral Sims laiuMn the United States
da his return from England, the an
nouncement unit), nnd the names will all
tje authenticated at the War Depart
ment. The Armr nnd Varr ttciristor warmly
eipOusc Admiral kirns' cno. fn an
editorial entiled, "The ltrprlmand of
Admiral Sims." the paper pIllorlc the
attack on Admiral Sims ni a ' 'vote
truckllop affair." avails 8lnn Fc tiers
as "mlrcrable traitors." nnd declares
Admiral Sims tuoro entitled to rip
ploii'e" thap a reprimand. The article
"The periodic reprimand of Hear Ad
miral Sims has achieved the virtues of
mathematical precision. About every
so often that officer snys somrthinc with
viicor and frankness that surprise
the Xaw Department, when It does not
openly shock it or, as now., when it
reduces the Bocrctnrj of the rnvy to a
otatp of confersed amazement.
"No language can bp strong enough
In the condemnation of thoe who,
during the wnr, aymwithizcd with (Jcr
many and did what they could to mate
rially aid the enemy. If Mr Donby
wa6 looking for an opportunity to bo
smaied he might very well have trans
ferred his emotions to the ignoble in
cident of the World War thnt found
nrifuh sullied.1) In secret allijnec with
the Germans. The comment of Rear
Admiral Sims upon these miserable
traitors deserves applaue."
Un to this morning no rep
rfome from Admiral Kims to Mecretary
Denbv'is order of recall on Jun 11. o
significance Is attached to that circum
stance at the Nav Department, be
cause, at the moment there Is delay in
London. June 14. (By A. F.i
Commenting on the Sims coso. the
Morning Post says. "Everybody in the
United States and ererybodv in tbi
country knows that Admiral Sinib spoke
the oxact truth.'"
Expressing thorough agreement with
Admiral Sims' anvrtlon that it wan
necessary to ro'intcract Sinn Fein influ
ence fpr liana during the war, the paper
declares it is still necessary, nnd ndds :
"And how this can bo done- If men
like Admiral Sims do not speak their
minds, we are unable to conceive V'
believe that the great mass of Ameri
cans, equally with the people of Orvnr
Britain, are heartily resolved upon the
maintenance of friendship between the
two nations. W thereaoro nppeal t
all good Americans to sro that the bad
Irish, who uro a curse to very land in
which they set foot, are not permitted
to work their wicked will."
TO ARREST ZIQN'S VAMPS
Threaten to Make "Half-Naked"
Women Join Road Repair Force
Zlon, III., June 11. (By A. P.)
ZIon'K road repair fott soon may bo
augmented by women, If CMrs.r Wil
bur Qlcnn vollvn kesps his latest pro
iiouue-nnont Against women who wear
dressos which expose more than their
Jiocks to tho "juncture with the collar
Threo women nlrendy have been
warned by police nnd presented with
printed notices giving them n. "reasona
ble tlmo to retire from public view."
Last night at the Taberrnelc Vollra
iMtucd his final yariilne. "The police."
ho said, "will arrest nny woman in this
town thnt goes nround tho streets half
naked. I wilt not ball you out. either,
nnd neither will jour husband. You
nlll have to pay yonr fino Or work it
out on tho streets.'
UNION CHIEFS SPLIT
Federation Asked to Indorse
British Boycott In Official
FACTIONAL FIGHT FORECAST
MAN IDENTIFIED AS BANDIT
$3000 Recovered nt Suspect's Home,
Say Pittsburgh Police
Pittsburgh. June 14. (By A. P )
The alleged Identity of ono of the ban
lltn who Friday last held up and fatully
wounded James Ncal, bank messenger of
the Hogg!) & lluhl department store, ls
revealed by tho police us Oilbert Kelly,
twenty-two yeur old, of Swlssvllle, n
More than .$3000 of the $50,000 ob
tained bj the robbers was recovered
1at Saturday nt the Kelly borne, ac
cording to the police.
Superintendent of Police Carroll to
rlnv ordered a clenn-un of alf undesir
ables. Special grjunds 0f patrolmen have
been detailed to this duty.
ONION BATHWAS FREE
Atlantic City Bathers Bombarded
With 'Fruit Brought In by Combers
Atlantic City, June M The big
combers rolling up on the resort's bench
vestcrdav hud unusunl strength. A breath
of sea air brought tears to the eyes
of viilors who inhnlod tho ozone along
some sections of the strand
All because of a tidal wave of Ber
muda onions hurled ashore, Bathers at
some of the central bathing beaches en
gaged In a veritable battlo with the
bombardment of "fruit" washed in from
the sea and the pungent odor of the
onions ground to piece by the action
of the breakers almost took the breath
Bench rakers "mined" several tons
of the onions. tUileh had apparently
been east or washed off In crates from
SIX DIE IN OKLAHOMA FLOOD
Cloudburst Swells Two Creeka
' Sayrc. Okla.. June 14. (Br A. P.I f
Sir nersons nro known to have been
drowned when they were caught In llond i '
waters of Timber nnd Short Creeks
after those st'-cams had risen several
fiet during a cloudburst heie iMenln.
Tho creeks flow into the north fork oi
the Red River abovo this city.
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TraaAr .. fS
A wide variety all sizes
grades from good to best.
Alio Hose Reels, Lawn Sprin
klers nnd everything for tho lawn
Beware of Garden Pests
We Have the Remediet
It not too Ute to tel eat Trie-
libit- riant! ltt hT o large 08-nrtmnt.
MIRHELL'S SEED HOUSE
518-516 .Market St.
By tho Associated Press
Denver. .Tune 14. Efforts to prevent
n widening of the breach between tho
two factions of Irish sympathizers'
among the delegates were being made to.
day at tha opening of the second "es
slon of the forty-tlrst nnnual convention
of the Arperlean Federation of Lsbor
Advocntes of Irish freedom, It was
learned, at n mass-meeting last night
appointed n committee which was at
tempting to draft n resolution that
would he satisfartory to both tho ex
treme and conservative groups of the
When this committee started to work.
T. .T. Vlnd, of Chicago, secretary of
the Labor Hurenti of the American
Commission for Irish Independence,
served notice thnt two "official resolu
tions of the Irish Republic" must be
Incorporated In their resolution, or he
would act Independently In presenting
tho documents to the convention.
The "official resolutions" called for
a boycott, not only on Rritish-mnde
goods, but on all products r.inde by
Knellsh capital, and the boycott of
Ilrltlsh insurance companies and similar
business organizations. They also pro
vided that the ctecutlve council of the
federation shall Immediately compile n
list of nngllsh-made goods and firms
by British capital and send It to every
one of the members of organised Inbor
in the United Stnlet- Appointment of
a committee of three by the federation
to co-operate with the British trade
unions to bring pressure to hear on the
English Government to recognize Ire
innd and withdraw troop from the
country alio wan nked.
Mr. Vind declared that tho resolu
tions were drawn by "high officials of
the Irish republic, "but declined to
state whether Earaonn de Valern,
"President of the Iri'h republic," hnd
taken part in their drawing.
A largo number of the delegates have
The finest butter
announced opposition to the official
resolutions, and have presented to the
committee a resolution demanding
recognition of the Irish bv tho UnllcJ
Htntefl, withdrawal, of British troops
from Ireland, nnd repayment by Eng
land of tho ?0,000,000,000 lent by the
United Stales. Four other resolutions
of similar character also have been submitted.
Despite the protest of supportirs of
the "official resolutions," Irish sym
pathizers nt the mass-meeting de
clined to substitute them for nil other
Besides tho Introduction of resolu
tions, tho only order of business bo
foro tho convention was the nddroses
of tho fraternal delegates from the
British Trade Union Cougress .1. II.
Thomas, president of the British Hall
way Workers' Union, nnd W. Wnlker.
pieMdent of the fltcel Smelters' Union
SIX MOTORISTS INJURED
Rescuers Cut Away Front of Ma
chine Wrecked on Ocean City Bridge
Atlantic Clly, Juno 14. Rescuers'
were forced to cut away the front of
an automobile to rescue Fred Harris,
of Thirty-ninth nud Cooper streets,
Camden, early yesterday when n
machine in which he was riding with
Charles Greene, of Torrcsdale. Pa.,
collided with a bridge beam nnd upset
on tho new Absecon bomcvnrd Sunday
Point. Harris' legs were shoved
through tho dashboard, but ho was
not badly hurt. Greene wns painfully
bruised nnd cut nbout tho nrms.
Four persons wcro Injured In n crash,
on tho new Absecon boulevard last
midnight when a machine overturned
four miles out from this city. All
were brought to the City Hospital for
Boston Man Slain by Polish Rebels
Berlin. Juno 14.-(By A. P.) -Louis
Snyder, of Boston, wns beaten to death
by Polish Insurgents near jWyrtwlMi
Upper Sllcsln. May 27, according to
Karl Born, a Hamburg machinist, who
oscnped from thnt region a week ago
nnd arrtud here today.
Bubonlo Plgu Fatality In Moxlco
San Antonio, Texas, June 14. (By
Han Anwn , , th bub0,Jfl
nligu has occurred In Ciudad .Victoria,
WJSea. despite the preonuton of
KleoT where the plague first' ap
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At all our Stores
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Confidence Opnlnr lclure 8 P. M . tru
Jin 27. I.tdratur.
XTTT COLLF.GF.. 1130 CHESTNUT ST.
Bop,Ototratit,Tlra,2fe tnrrvhm Forumplvt
I R E I D A N D
Entire Stock of
Is a matter of moot
lmportanco to you In
purchasing your prop
erty. Put your rtrind at caso
when buying and let
us Insuro your Prop
erty, thereby assur
ing yoursolf of n
good clear title.
AND TRUST COMPANY
S23 Chestnut Street
m S. rot4 Street
Ik i .'
suits arc excepted.
suits are now
Original price tickets
remain upon all gar
ments; deductions made
at time of purchase.
Philadelphia men know us
and the Kirschbaum shops.
They know that only good
style, good fabric, good
tailorwork will be found in
a suit bearing our joint
label. Every garment was
originally priced upon a
very close basis and with
this reduction the values
are very near the old-time
All fabrics, all models,
WINDSOR ROOM 1204 Chestnut St.
fll SQUTH 15th ST.
Founded In 1894
3k promise no more. Ars $W J "i
A leather of character.
Dark tan, or black.
S 7 QooiShop
f M&) Chestnut St.
Here io a fine Victrola n !
fit including a Victrola . iv
oak, a special Cabinet S ,'
match and six 85c Recordi
Tho price completo is $72 fin1
mwn tfV T k "vi
io13 88 10W 55
o vixtCiO wnnirn ..
accepted for this outfit
girough the Heppe ifi,
Payment Plan. Wl
Call, plant or writ for nrthil 4
L.. .1. HfinriA A C Tl
Downtomt 1117-1119 Ckutn St
Ujtown Ctk ri Tl.mpi,. Su,
L'wuunieniimiaiHL'fDHinnHviBiH mm i m
B Street' M
Best Place j) ))
Dresses at $39.50
Which Would Sell Regularly at $60.00 to $80.00
Women's and misses' sizes and nearly every
Dress is a different style! Mostly in the popular
light shades, but there are some in navy and black.
Rich embroidery is applied to crepe de chine;
crystal and bugle beads make a wonderful trimming
are effectively used on Canton crepe; exquisite lace
are effectively used on Canton crepe; exquisite laic
is combined with chiffon for several dainty frocks.
Dresses of the highest type at an unusually low
Only the woman or girl who has worn one of
ihese Suits season after season, in rain and in sun
shine, can fully appreciate the built-in lasting style of
a TWEED-O-WOOL. But to be able to buy one for-
Judged by all previous stand-
riB a new experience,
ards. this Suit is worth
all sizes; several colors.
$25.00. Two good styles;
Great June Sale of ,2000
Suits at Cost to Make
FOR many a day Wanamaker & Brown
have not been able to offer such out
standing bargains in good, new, all-wool
Summer clothing as are contained in the
FOR $25 AND $30 ALL-WOOL SUITS NEW AND
FOR $30 AND $35 ALL-WOOL SUMMER SUITS,
LIGHT-WEIQHT WOOLENS, SOME WOOLENS,
SOME WORSTEDS. ALL NEW PATTERNS AND
FOR $35 AND $40 SUITS. HUNDREDS OF THE
SUITS IN THIS GROUP HAVE EXTRA TROU
SERSWITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.
FOR $40 AND $45 STANDARD WORSTED SUM
MER SUITS IN A VARIETY OF FINE CHECKS
AND STRIPES IN SIZES INCLUDED FOR STOUT
FOR $50 AND $55 WORSTED SUITS. THIS
GROUP INCLUDES FIVE HUNDRED STAND
ARD BLUE SERGE SUITS. EACH WITH AN
EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS IN SIZES FOR
STOUT MEN UP TO 48-INCH CHEST MEASURE.
FOR $65 TO $75 SUITS OF SUPERB QUALITY
AND FINISHED TAILORING, THESE SUITS
ARE ALL FINE WORSTEDS, AND WITHOUT
EXCEPTION ARE AMONG THE FINEST SUITS
IN OAK HALL TODAY.
The great bidk of these suits are worsteds ami
serges and every man who knows anything about
the wearing quality of different cloths knows that
worsteds and serges give the maximum of service.
Market at Sixth
for Sixty Years
Wanamaker & Brown
$135 for This Sofa
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Covered in blue figured velvet; down cushion scata.
Many other special valuea in Furniture of the hne3t kind.
Linens for Wedding Gifts
A special purchase of French cut work and Embroid
ered Linens to be sold Wednesday at very much less than
the regular prices. Pure linen centers with edges of hand
made Cluny and filet laces:
Centrepieces, 24-inch $6.00 each
Centrepieces, 28-inch $8.00 each
Lunch Cloths, 54-inch $21.00 each
Buffet Scarfs, 18x36 inches $8.00
Dressing Table Scarfs, 18x54 $12.00
Hair Nets 95c a D
must be unusually cood. else so manv
women would not wear them and tell their friends about
them. We should like to have you try them: if any prove
imperfect we will gladly "make good" on them. Cap or
fringe in oil plain shades. Mail and telephone orders filled.
Have You Seen The New
One Ton Stewart Speed Truck?
FT gives 20 more mileage on tires, gasoline and oil. Its
power is really amazing, but economy of operation is the
great outstanding feature of this truck. Built to last for
years, this new model is sure to add to the world-wide
reputation of Stewart Trucks for quality and economy.
nr Ir S'tei? (Jriv?rs ad experienced owners who have tried this
Z PhL;?!! l:siturdy !lmchic, pronounce it right in every respect
wnrS V" a,ance' '" flexibility, in stamina. It sums up in one
ChI Jd a11 the fi00d poMs of a weU-rounded Une of
Here is what you get read these
fiTe-Sclfnc?rdTlSBVf,ltCtirlc "St rllh Icsral lenses; electric horn;
wtl, kl, i, i ! truck V radiator: SUlro maiiffanese springs
nrl th-1! Ci bu?hln quipped with Aiemite lubricating bybtom;
"yleS TlSrZLrT trUck'moto,r wih Pre6surc feed oiling
fail to'bJ it Th1!. E,re?1 e"e'neeri"P achievemnt. Do not
the n,a,n featurl.6 "" RX,C ,S f EOnuinc truck and ne ot
Stewart Truck Capacities: , 1, 1, 2, 2M, 3V2 ton. '
Gomery-Schwartz Motor Car Co.
128-140 North Broad SfrAf
SalC8 R0m' 128"140 'lh Broad-Servjco Station, 2400-14 Market St.
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