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MORE SOLDIERS REBURIED HERE f Military Funerals Given I Brought Back .From F France Men ARE HELD TODAY FOUR r heroes who lost their liven in Ma f t''dl" t,0,,,,lry 0V'!,8CM ,WC ri.LKl to their tart resting phiccs ?W.8pnlforthrrcoUiowwmi.o U tomorrow nnil Molidny. Tliomns.T. Klnnncry. who was killed . lB "on at Als.ic Height-. France JpSnbcr 7. 1018. was bur led (. the home of hi. parents, Mr. . In?. '!"-'uV r..ln.nt'M Church. Pns- W.H nnd' Interment wan made In Holy 'S &"; rw tery. The fW.nl was nt- tniled hv members of vompnny u, Infantry, Twrivly-clgh. I, D I v l.1" ... .. i.lni. in served tic Holy r Name Society and Hone). Post. Ameri- can I.ogiou Sen Ires ,nil killed held todn Mr. nild , Vn Ires for lHclmnl J. Wcisc. wl.o wtt killoil In nrtioll in irnuco. m AT 3' 'Mrn! Oustave Welsc. IS02 M.ir street. Interment wns made in Hoy Kciiermrr v. cuh-iw mong those who attended the sorv (M were the Hnrry h. tlroonvood ii:.. i.norlpnn Lee on: members of - - - LmiaIavI' the company In which ho fought . o v 0 -peas, Haldwln ('(imp. No. 118. "Wood me" of tl"1 WrtA- ,lml ,,u, 3nmcii Mt Caffcrly Club. To Ho Buried nt Norlhwood lohn W. S'tnhl. who lleil In France. 'Mnreh HO. 101!). was burled today -it erllivood Cemetery. Services m held (it the home of his pnrents. Mr. Sn'l Mi. . I'rnnk K. Stnhl. 2711 North Tark nienue. at 2:.'0 o'clock They ne.-o attended b members of the ..l.ith Infantrv Itmid in whieh lie served, i-m-ploTos of John Wiintimnker nnd mem ber's of St. John's rjvnngclicnl Church. Sergeant tlcorgo W. Meel, who wn killed In nrtloii nt Flumes. France. Hep. tember tl. 1018. wns buried this Hcrnnnii in Westminster Cemetery. Servics were held nt Robert (irnhnin Church. Twenty -fifth nnd Thompson Streets nt 2 o'clock. Among thosp who attended were member1) of Coinfiany D, 110th Infantry. Twenty-eighth 1)1 Triion. of which ne wns n member; Hoi- nteln McDndc Post nnd McArthur Post, Veterans of Foreign Wnrs; Unniitz Post anil (Jearty Post, Amerienii Legion, nnd American Wnr Motheis. Andrew W. Mnyer, who died in Hne Hospital 111. Frnnce. April 11. iJMS). irill be buried tomorrow nfteruoon in Fcrnnooil Cemetery. Services will b held nt 2 o'clock nt the home of bis parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. William O Marer. .IM!." 01tb Tenth street. Mem bers of Compni I. "J nth Infantry, Seventy -ninth Division, In which lie lerved: Hewitt Post, VctCrnns of For eign Wnrs, will nttend. Services for (1. V. I). Stuart Geoige V. 11. Stuurt, who died nt Havre, France, April 0, 1010. will be buried tomorrow nfteruoon in Arlington Cemetery. Sen ices will he held in Glenolden Congrjegntinniil Church nt 2 , o'clock. Members of Compnny !. l-j.'th Inffliitn. Thirty -seventh Dhislon. in rtleh he. soncd. nnd Murray Sjuarl Post. American Legion. wiI nttend the servlcis. Coil McAllister llenkels will be buried Moniluj morri.ng in llolj Sepulchr Cemetery. Tbcie will be n requiem high nmss in St. Vincent's Church, Knst Price stred. (Jennniitown. nt 10 o'clock. Veterans of the World War will bo among those attending the cervices. SUIT TO HIT P. R.T.PARK Upper Darby to Seek Injunction Against 63d Street Project A bill in cmitj ujii be filed in Medin f the Itntml of Commissioners f u" ,wnr"J lownsinp to restrain we rhllndelpliin Rapid Transit Co. from PMnbliKliIng an niuusenient imrk Hixlj -third and Market streets. Announcement was mnde iccentlv bv we oinpnn that it ould conduct n Paik nj tlal U.;,it, ,,-,.(, js jS )P. yond the Pliilndejphla County Hue. .0,rMs "R-'iinst the pinposition were niae l) tl,o Ston-'hurst Improvement Association and other orgmibntions. An oidiimnce prohibiting the con firuainn or iiperntinn of such n park w tlie township was passed Inst night .L" ,n(T"n.? of "p I"rd f Conunis woners In IVmwnod. OUTINGFOR CHILDREN Two Hundred Guests of "st. Vln- cent's Society te'ViM,M''' r',"'rl),,, -00 Ki,lM fl',,m f1.'.,.i. , "' '"" mini) lo lie fort heie,l, frm llf , y,,,.,,,, f s ... '' ii'riT ii ii.. ..1 rati -- ."; '"-, "'"I mis is tie n-,t ot a chil- j ,: "" "oiiiirs ior poor en ,;;; in coniiiKteii the so- Morn Him. mj t ! i ... . i.i ,." -".n, ein ureii wi ic en- ::' el.o r., during ,!,P ,t Zn ..' ""'''"dmg man) of tbe-clu. fe,1 r" l,,,,",f "sN ,,f "", MoiIutb i"1''"11 (oinmlttpp nnd soeir' service fcpartinonts l)f ,,,, ,,,,, MRS. MACNEILLE'S BURIAL Municipal Court Adjourns Monday , In Tribute to Judae's Mother Monday ' .HI Ml (' (III I 'hi. I ...til ..ii a h tiihutn lo Mvs Harlmol ,-... - .miii. win JMlMMiril i- "' i a nii hi ...ni... .. .. , i nrni.A , .... - Tl. "0.TI1IOIU I H...V :''.."' ."l'le rome, iso,, ThuiMlnv in- ! nip, will! l lii'll ill bur Last Pass) uiik meiiiie, Juke l '"!I". !l'"rf" ' ther tn,f II, , r, , " A ""'"'I'1" l'"'li will nt Veil, u '"'!" """ (,n- Ml M Ki l1"!. "Id. She wHl j""' i" Nnrii.-iiiist. ccmrco,,,;;;; Md. Btrawbrldge & Clothier Chorus tll :. "wjiiiikp j no Nt, .... i.t., - ' Clothier Chorus awritlVIHowlffl iUill nfu,"'0,' "d eVeiK when thor sw ,: f"' ""'" I''i'dents, the la I W? ' 7wVl '"i"'1 ,,f "N "H'dreede of Mush. ,"m,;rr. Kiven at the Acadcmx '! -Mirll S8. at the second section of to r.-rtii ' ," ,,"n concert, 1 ;'M nsson' ""'-'Pnino: Murle Stone "nor mi """': ;ldiii Campbell. Widen" i. '""M" I"'"", baritone, n will I . . ,S"" "f GounodV Faust" lhrL',l?ll,B.,,H,'1M', "'"' " B iluilln.' ' V'l'i'nr v, numb,,., . . ,. " ' ei'i villi 01! (I, ,.,.. "" "'HMOII Will "'nsloti a g.il.i tale ' night illirni Il'i iif Hi rberi. '"fd'OMrn will ''"","S' "'oisK ","1 tin bert I. BAND CONCERT TONIGHT p5 ititV,e,,,.M,;t,1',(l'' It,"'V wi" ;' "''' P1 Wgl .Uuth itr!irn ScVCntcent" ji-vi One Happy Winner " I'i IS 5 .a ' i. ,v " i x wmt t.erlBor I'hoto Pervlce GItACIi JOIWON Media girl who gut tier own birth day present In the form of a free blcjrlo from the Public Iidger Contest TR00PA IN REUNION Event Takes Place at Estate of Paul Denckla Mills The annual icutiiou of Troup A. First Pennsylvania Cnvnliy, wns held this nftcrnooii nt (into House, the home of Pnul Llenekhi Mil's. St. Davids. Present nnd past members of the or gnnizutiou assembled at the cavalry nrmory. Thirty-third street and Lnn enhter avenue, nnd proceeded, mounted and in uniform, to Mr. Mills' home. The Intter, who wns n major' during the war. Is a former member of the troop. A feature of the dny wns n polo gnine. This evening a bmujuct will be the prineim event. The troopeis will bhounek in "nun" tents on the estnte of Mr. .Mills, returning tomorrow 4 to their post. Among the notnbles who will attend nre Mnjor (Jenernl Willlnm (5. Price nnd Arthur (', Colahun. now colonel of the First Cnvnlrj Regiment. Kdwnrd C. Hoopes'is now cuptnin of the troop. FALL UNDER WAGON FATAL Heart Attack Makes Germantown Man Collapse on Street .lohn W. Mitchell, lift) two jears old, (110 linynton street, suffered a henrt nttnek while crossing Rlttenhouse street uenr Ra.Mitou jcterdn) nnd fell in front of n wagon The vehicle pn"scd over Mitchell's bod) before the driver, Ch.nrlcs II. Curriin. 1 unlit stop it. Currnn took Mitchell to the (Jcrinnn town Hospltnl. where he died coon nfter bring ndmltted. Todnj, Mitchell wns held without bail for the action of the Coroner. RUN THREEJILES FROM FIRE Horses Are Found at Woodslde Park After Milk Company Blaze Five of the 1."0 horses rescued at a lire Inst night in the Supplee-Wills Jones Milk Co. stables. i"0!l Lnncnstcr inenuc. run nil the way to Woodside Park, n distance of about three miles. They were found nt " o'clock this morn ing quietly munching the grass. Four firemen were Injured in the blaze which wrecked the three-story building. Damage Is estimated at .?20.000. VETERINARIANSJAKE TESTS Those Who Qualify to Examine Herds of Cattle F.xnminnlions of et riunrians are lieinir held todiiv nt the T'niversil, ..f I I'nunui li.tiii 1., 'nlniiiiiiii. CK.nl .....1 . mi -,, i . i,i.... . . i. i unit ., -i,iiiiii IliltllT the uusplces of the State Rureaii of Animnl Indiistr), the men who qualify to be employed in muking tubeieulin tots of accredited herds of cattle. Dciyi L. A. Klein of the school, ex plained ninny uiese cxniuinntlons are under State ausiices, the I'nlrer.sity only loaning the facilities. About twenty cteriiiiirhins nre taking the test, according to Dr. Klein. They are the liicn who were unable to be present nt n similar cxnmiuntion about n month ngo. City Deaths Decrease Dentlis in Philadelphia this week were eight) -nine less Hum the -109 re ported for the week previous, nccoulitig to the icport of the Bureau of Vital Statistics. Roth this week nnd the cor lespomliug period of U)l!(l had an equiv alent number of .'18(1 deaths reported. Two of those in the 111-1 period were from sleeping sickness. TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES Tlmmas Sniltli, IIHU lUlnbrldKO 81 . and .Mary Stuck e "J0 14 Orrllt nl Ijiwrnnci. A. Vnunif, Athintly fiti , N, J., anil KJItli O .Shnw Atlnntlc City, N. ,1. Al'xnnrtpr ViT llllll! Ore. nio ux . nml Mars . Htinlrr. HlllC, (Ireemvav a . Nornitn WolnRiist IM4I N Kami el, nnil 'totinrlil lleelf.. -O Mdn HI K.mcv ,i IliifiPI ml I N rrnnlillii ot . nnl l.iittio lletk 4iri lireeimirn nt. Jolm I' r,i. Uan Choltt'ii ne . nrd L.tura T Alrmk 'Jii.lil Hnrfonl uw Ailliui T i:iilrlilii. '.ISil Hnnum Ft , nnd Holon K. Hull. '.IIS Arch ,t ." rnnlil ti- Ii, nill'iii .'llja Vnrk rT,..l. nrd Dnrnlh) .M linllMfhor MOO S. Ith nt. John II DaliMlnh. l!2s Hrlnuhiiret nt., nnd l.iiiu . A l.'nii.'l SMI'N Ulh tt. Innliu.i Ii.' In .M'I7 l.udton nt , nnd Anna I'hic Mil.!" I.udlow nt llcinv S. IloiiKhten. 13ft J S Colorado nt,, and Mnr Hlunl Llfill llnlnbrlilue nt, WllllJin ) MclHw. 4L't) N lHth nt , and .Muri C.ile. I.1LM V Teach nt. Kiiuonui Cnncnrdil. '.'4L' H Nth st nnd Itnlim I'lilnino 1MJ H. 8th nt Klnii r l' (lia. Atlnntle t'lt, N. J, nnd ..Mamie Clmj. Atlantic f'lt X 3 IHiunr.t H Ihirtmnn. llini (lroti nt , nnd Herlhu M llnlmrlM f'h"ter Vu. Jena Smith 'J0II V.iPil nt , and Julln l tirown. .'.'io i.uiiinuru ni John Hli'blk IH17 N Muinhull nt . nnd Helen locki 17.17 N lid st I nu s iihs.iIIii. Ardmori ln . and Adrllnn 1 u i-lllln LT. J I t MaMlold nt l'elor F Milones. Ml.' N ICiih nt , nnd IIikhIi. M .Mi rabe L'.'OS N tilth nr Cliiiri i: C.nlnon. .Till Wnlr nt . and r.llza- lii'th Uruli 1 I S. Onwn nt I'lmrlPs lliixen. tIII7 S SI erlil in nt. utii! Annie illbcrnon l!l 17 H Sheridan nt. Charli'i Timns-iMi'l HO in lluwd nt . and .Mntii-I H W'nlkn iin.lil ,' Mrnad nt Hniiin,. .MhiipmniIip I01J Kllnworth nt , nnd i:ii Miuiilunn, .N'nrilniinin I'u ,, Hkhnrd T Hmith 104:: Walnut nt . nml .Maud I lli'inch 1(111 Will mil nt ( liarlon W Jatni'.son ir.'J7 H. L'7th nt . nnd Mnr II. IDdi- srt.l N Htitlmaii nt. Ilinr (1 IIUKlun. 4IJ.1J I led (to nt nnd Hone- mum Mclvliino 2Q' Cc-dar Nt Ilany .M Wcso.rvi'11. Heading. I'a , nnd Kntle HiimiIk. Hrndlni: J'a he) iiuiur .SclnMicr. .S'cw York, und I'aula Hti'luln'ri; New York CAPE L'AIGLON AnnniinrtN CHARLIE KERR and Aim KINGS OF SYNCOPATION I "Sn UMilcM II. line Mump ' N lii limn" I liiiiiliiK J.Ju Tii lluiiai; ff-fiStl o 1 1 SjJJ CHC'TNVTai' J-W MtMlt EWNflfGf PUBLfti IE Media Youngster Worked So Fast Black Beauty Came Ahead of Time IS A . GENEROUS VICTOR Anyone ,who Is skcjitleal about the qualities of a Rlnelc lteauty and who wants to malic sure of Its ease of riding Is udvled to go out nnd ee Grace .lob son, 'nine jenrs old, 107 West Frank lin street, Medln. She's willing to give any one n ride. (Irnnt nillnti 1 tl vncfnr.ln.. nn.1 ..,. tUn w. ... ...... ... ... .tiiii.j ,,(111 KUb , .,' bicycle for which she lins longed these; wnily months, in roet. it might be colled yenrs since this Is the on" thing her porents have denied her. They thought the proper time for her owner ship of ft wheel would be her tenth birthday. It wns promised nnd flrnee watched the days slide past on the calendar and August 2 nppronch. Then two months before the long-expected day she learned she might own n Rlnck Reautv by get ting thirty-live subscriptions lor the livening, Morning or Sunday Pim.ic Lr.nuMi. TJint was enough. She knew a hlc)cle would be hers before the birth day. Mother wasn't so glad to henr, nor fnthtr either, but they thought "fib well, her birthday isn t o far off. might ns well let her try to earn it." First it was her acquaintances nnd then strangers. Hut nlmost ever) one seemed to be willing to help this unburn hnlred girl, who was willing to work so hnrd for her prize. When school closed Grnee went up o F.Ik View, Chester County, for n few days' vacation and her work for th bicycle had to bo Interrupted. On Jte return home the last few were ohtnlneii and she waited patiently until she could get the prize actually Into her posse sion. Some of her friends In Media nre. working for a Itlnck Renuty nnd (iracc sn. she Is going to let them have It once in n while co that they may be spurred on In their work by 'the pleas ure of riding on one, of the pri7es. HOLDS ALLEGED BANDITS Two Arrested In Camden Sent to Jail Without Bail Two nlleged. automobile bindits charged with robbing two re'dents of Camden were oriestcd early this morn ing h) Detectives Ostenholt and Dorin. The prisoners nre William Mnrslinll. Twenty-eighth and Cambria streets, this cit). and William Nathan, Ninth nnd Cooper streets. Camden. The wefc committed to Jail without hail todny b) .lu-tlre of the Pence Hewitt. Marshall and Nnthnn held up V.. C. Smith, n Camden Ice denier, on Marl ton pike, a few nights ago. according lo the police, nnd took his gold watch, (bain and several dollars in cash. The prisoners aKo held up and robbed John Lntnont. of Itromlwnv nml tvnmiu street, recently, it is iliarg'ed. nnd took several dollars in cash. The police sa the prisoners are icsponsiblc for sev eral other robberies. "INVITATION DECLINED" Policeman Wouldn't "Come Out side," but Kept Lawyer "Inside" llenjnmiii Leiternian. an attorney, arrested Inst night in the Twelfth nnd Pine streets station on chnrges of breach of the pence, disoiderl) conduct and threatening nn officer, wns discharged nl n hearing there todnj. lie hud in itcd House Sergeant Kennedy outside to fight, it is chaiged. when the latte. icfuscd to rehnsp the enr of n client who hud just In en gotten out on n cop) ff the charge. The client wns John Levitt. 10 )ears old. who hud run down n'ne- ear-old Annie Clark, of .V'." South Twent) -seventh street, at Twenty -seventh mid South streets. The child win. takPii to thp t'niversity Hospital. After his teleasp tho iMilice refused to give up the automobile, ns it bore a South Carolina liiense only. " GIRL SCOUTS TRAIN Officers Take Special Course of In struction at Camp The fifth national training school for t.irl Scout officers opened today at the Philadelphia Girl Scout encampment at Lnnghnriie, on the Xcshummiiiy Creek. The camp will close next Snturdny. The school, which is under the dliection of Mrs. Flora II. Mund), in cludes prncticnl instruction in nature lore, swimming, military drills anil home nursing. Officers from Pennsylvania. Xew Jersey und Mnr)lond registered for tho course. Among Philndelphinns who will attend are Miss Klleu Mary iVsatt. Miss K. (Iwen Martin, Miss llnchal Price, Miss Frances Clnrk. Miss Ade- kudu NpwIiii, Miss Helen It. Itebmiiun ' Uml Mis.s Utith Isfnel. TO "BUILD UP" PUPILS Ailing s Ones of Wharton School to Get Country Outing A score of frail pupils of the nutrition-tubercular class of the Wharton Public School, Third and Lombard streets, this morning were taken to the Malvern Sanatorium by Dr. T. Mellor Tyson, medical director of the Hush Hospital, for two months' treatment They will be given special ifi.e in dieting, rest and recreation out of doors Seven children of the same school who were ticutcd last summer showed im provement In health nnd in their studies during the Inst school term, ac nirdlug to Miss Mary (J Desmond, supervising principal of the school Chinesc flrncrican Restaurant 12214223 Cheitnut St Opon from 11 A. M. to 1 A. M. opecial Bunnell Men' Lunch . Full Conrs 60c Sunday Dinner, $1.25 Chinese Course $1 Dinner . , Ji. o 00 Penril from n lu V I Our t.iottoi Strvlem, Quality A Senitatiih Uancinj Every Erening Mimic by Vincent' Broadway Fpur Of II 'Phniir Wl. 8178 GIRL WINS BICYC FOR HER BIRTHDAY ijyi Chinese- j J J3 Anierican :oL IP Restaurant acir I I 'n .. (pat BBDGBRPHIJbiSWEPHIA, SArJMJBDAr, JUNE v2d 1921 DOMESTICS' WjJMDRUMLIFE BLAMED FOR WAYWARDNESS Holmcsburg "Guest List" Shows 479 Recruits From Women Doing Housework, but Only Five Chorus Girls Four; hundred and Mvcnty-nlno house wives nnd girls in gcncrnl housework served time In the House of Correction In the Inst jenr. The jnzzy little chorus girl wns just about ninety times as good ns her sis ter who serves In the kitchen. Only five girls of the utagc passed through the gntcs of the institution during that period. Domestics were a few hundred time's more wicked thnn tiinntcurlsts. dust one lone female of that species had to change her address to Holmcsburg in the year 1020. Figures obtained from the House of Correction for the yenr show further hlghwntcr marks in humble callings. Forty-five laundresses nnd seventeen cooks swelled the figures of crime In that time. Socinl workers discussing these ligures attribute the high' percentage among general-housework girls and other do mestics to loneliness. Strangers of a Great City The girls, It Is contended, frequently come to the city as strangerH without knowing which way to turn. Often they nre victimized. Their misfortunes arc further attributed to the hum drtininess of nu occupation that uffords so little variety nnd amusement. In all, 027 feminine transgressors were sent lo the Institution.'. Single women were In "the majority. Ages ranged from sixteen jears up. Three telephone girls were included. Six mill workers, twenty-six wnit 1 esses, one huir dresser, three nurses, one bookkeeper, thirl en senmstresses. two saleswomen, two elgnrninkers nnd two hosiery workers figured as well. Offenses ranged nil the way from it -(orriglblllty to intoxlcntion. drug tak ing, larceny, vagrancy and disorderly conduct. Mrs. Lena Roberts, head of the So cial Service Deportment of the Depart ment of Welfare, pointed to the signifi cance of the high percentage of domes tics who figured in the 1020 Holnu'sburg record. "It is evident the humdrum occupa tions feed the ranks of offenders ti u gienter extent thnn those where girls nre ordinnrll) supposed to be exposed to more temptation. " Mrs. Roberta said. "One remedy for the situation would be shorteV hours, but the l-egulntion of this must come through the enactment of InwM." Hfciuty Hani to Resist Mis. Roberts also drew attention to the tunptations to which the occupa tions of some gills subject them. "Take the waltiess. for instance." she sold. "The othei day I was in n restaurant and waiting on a table very TO PLANT SOLDIERS' TREE Marquette Council, K. of C, Will Set Valley Forge Memorial A tree in memory of American sol diers in the Into wnr will be planted by former service men of Mnrquctto Council, Knights of Columbus, at Vnl- lo Forge tomorrow afteronon opening event of a week s bazai ns tne :mr nt the new lienduunrtcrs of the order, 1.11M Not th Hrond street. The bimiur will be for the benefit of the fund being raised to build the proposed $1,000,000 elub-house,.- The tree-planting will be conducted by n committee of former soldiers nnd Milium. Fifteen hundred members nnd their friends will leave the headquar ters in motorcars at 10 o'clock in pa rade formation. The bazaar will open Monday eve ning. CITY POOLS OPEN MONDAY Many Will Be Reserved Mondays and Fridays for Girls The cit)'s twenty-eight bathing pools w ill open Monday. The pools nre in nrious sections of the city Many of them will he re sened Mondays nnd Fridnjs for girls and women. In other sections differ ent dnys will bo arranged for the girls and women. Last summer, according to the rec ords of the Hurcaii of Itecrcatlon. LVMS.SVO persons used the municipal pools. FIRE ON SOUTH FRONT ST. Shull Coffee Co. Building Damaged by Blaze Fire which started on the fourth floor of the Shull Coffee Co., 14 South Front street, shortly before midnight caused .3000 damage. The Humes also spread next door to the building of Steclmun & Archer, toy manufacturers. Through quick work of the firemen the bln7e was confined to these two buildings. RESINOL 5ooihmq andHe&lina Promoies5kin Health HEPPE EpQUARIIJULEs Here is a miniature baby grand piano that requires only the space used ijy an ordinary upright piano. The price is in proportion to its ' Price size and best of all ; !h.)o jt m a y be pur- .'ha3ecl at m o r e rental rates through the lleppe 3-year Rental Payment Plan. Call, phone or write for par ticulars. C. J. Heppe & Son Downtown 1117-11111 CliMtnut St, Uptown lltli nnd TlionipMon Nti. GRaJdIiaNOJ Only One Manicurist . at "Correction" in J 920 Six hundied and twentj -seven girls nnd women served tcntenecs last year at the House of Correction nt Ilolmcsburs. These included 470 house wives and domestics, forty-live laundresses, twenty-six wultrcscs, BCcntcen cooks, thirteen seam stresses, seven drcssmokcis, l mill workers, fic actresses, throe sten ographers, three telephone operntors, three nurses, two saleswomen, two luce workers, two clgurniakers, two hosiery workers, one huttonhoto maker, one kid glaer, one hair dresser, one clerk, one clonk maker, one bookkeeper, one box maker, one talloress, one wcn,cr, one nmnl-curlst. (near wns a prett) waitress. Several men were trjlng to force their attentions on her. The poor girl had not the slight est desire to accept these attentions' nnd I felt sorr for her. Mrs. Rachel P. Webb, of the Women's Criminal Division of the Municipal Court, spoke with feeling, too, of girls wlio come within the toils of the law. "I would attribute that high per centage of housework clrls on that llt i to loneliness in n great measure," she said. "Mnnv of them hnve had small cdneatlonal opportunities and little good home influence. This mnkes them euv prey nnd frequentl) they are victimized. , "The nnnlciiriHt is more able to take, enre of lieiself She has very often bad more ediicotionnl opportunities and is shrewder. Her position likewise biings her in rontnit with a better class of people. During nil ni) experience in court work I have onl) coma in contact i with one manicurist, nnd shV wns the I victor in the case. I can recall hut one j actress, and sbp, to,,, was awarded moiic) b) tin, point. "Here in our work." Mrs Webb explained, "we do not consider girls Jim. oiii) uniortunnte. In e. In imuit prises it is n first offense thnt brines them ' to us and wp do everything we can to help-tliPin "The stiietpst prixney Is kept In their hearings so Hint the world may not know about the trouble. " ttnr ,i... ni.i.. . i . i i , ncr Hie trout) es linvp been tie red nmiv dviiMtiii,,. .Ln nt i ii in; m ii Kirh'liT 'fci;'" pfnnlnvmnnf ilnniihtnn.iii , ...:.i. I -.,"" " I'll! ,111. II I I I'll ii-.-1 , ,i wiill the court and positions are obtained through this DEMAND JUSTICE SPEED UP Radnor Women Appeal to. Judge to. Sentence Convicted Man More than a scoie. of well known women of Ilftduor Township appeared in court nt Media today and presented to Judge Johnson a petition, signed by 1204 men and women, requesting that Percy Green, coiuicted Inst week of nn attack on a siv-ypar-old boy, be (sen tenced inimidintely. Green who was charged with at lack ing six-year-old Francis Kelly , of (Jar ret I Hill, Inst December, was released in .$1000 bail pendins argument on mo tions for paiolc and ,i mw trial. ' Mrs. J. S. C H,ire, of Itadnor. ' chairman of the Hndnor League ot Women Voters, headed the deli gat ion John M. Hroomull. repre-entiiu Green. .ild his client had a loiistitu ! tioiiul right to be admitted to hail. Judge! Johnson agreed, but said the nrgumrnt ' must be presented next Thursday. Among the women who appeared be foie Judge Johnson weie .Mis. Alfred Low pry. Mrs Marshall II. Smith, Mis C. Martin. M's. Fiancis Gugert. Mrs William Arthur. Mrs Y. P Dawkins Mrs. II. I. JJudger and Mrs (Jeorgc Anion. luWl-1-1- o- Old Jewels r2iIiili',Tus 5.Uvnn5Mrn(3 s... UIJ ip-ia i" liia L'stabliairticnti factlilios for ptcparitia designs and oxecujmf work at moderate cost arc unequalled Wmm jM s cTlie substantial reduction in the prices of Klaxon Horns f-r all makes of cars, trucks and motorcycles Becomes effective to-day-June 25k- Askanygoodaatomo&ile supply dealer. Look for the KUXCJLM name plate MED HEROES GIVEN REAL TREAT Girls Swoop Down on Navy Yard Hospital and Stage ' Enjoyable Party OTHERS ARE PROJECTED The ".oldlcr with the emptv O D shirt sleeve was just snvlng to Hip ma rine who hut u leg nt Flsmes "Aw, whnddimi expect? The wnr' over. People n In' t got time to be doln" the things for us they wns nlwaj pullln' off back In '17." "Guess- you'ie right, old-timer," ald the marine sndh. And just then 100 of the prettiest .girls of Wisxnhlekon. Mnnnyuuk nnd I Roxboroiigh. not one of them more than I eighteen )onrs old. w pt down on the Red Cms Hospitiil nt the Philadelphia Navy Yard lust night, nnd from r o'clock until 0:-l." the soldier nnd the marine nnd the -est of their buddies forgot then- woirles, their lonesome- ness, their disabilities nnd even the 'bent. Those girls, in their lovely Mimuiei I frocks, were ieh armed with u cal ! und n box of home-made ennd. and I members of the Hlittul Tnylor Po-t ! Veterans of Foreign Wnr. who nr- i tinged the surprise part), added sixl ,fie gallons of ice cream to the nl fte-io The gills sang the songs which tin 'di-abled veterans hud whistled in tin n bikes from niie spetor to another or I "' sung in their dugouts to scare the lat own v. Some of the girls danced f-u tl. men, who danced themselves a few -hurt year ago It wns n hilarious tni. And after it win over the soldd i wit'i the cnipt () D. shilt sleeve said to the marine who lost a leg at Fistm- "Wh'idda.Mi sa. now. -oldici ' Hut tin- marine didn't sa ainih.ng becnusn he couldn't, lie bad n mouth fill of cake mid enmh . The girls who went to the puiti ln' night and the Veterans of l-Vrugu Wars post Intend to isit the dis.iMcil Mildiers. sailors and iniirnns at tin Xnv) n t 1 once encb mouth. The committee which iiirnnged fh Ice erinui. cuke and enndj showi' .u Ice crtiiu. iluded ' Stenhi n (iillnrd. commander of 'the Ilattiil-Tavlor Post. Rein ri ( ai jpenler and Logan Dnyli u I - i Shov Aids Irish Fund i .. , , , , ,, , Sp trill thousand dollar-, wire real , r . , i , , r( fri)nl a minstrel shew umi tinner B'! nri't in lunnmn Hall. the beeeiit of the Allien.. 'in ( 'oiiiiiiitti for Relief in Ireland. Thomas I! ITn'i was in t barge. t' iMiuVi rj',i wiwirawi'iii i ww irawiio nu um $ 5 0 Pi 'ri utter Today i s I & . I' i 3i ii At all our Stores T STORES CO fig I'li'ffiiniuEii'Hiap ll'l'l!!! ,rl0... -sits Modernized Have you ever tasted f -. KB! I IS STORE WORKERS' OUTING Sncllenburg Employes to Have An nual Week at Camp Welfare week, planned for the benefit nnd plensure of the employes of tho Snellenhurg store, will bo featured by n special celebration on duly 3 with n s"r!cs of activities nt Cnmp Ncsco throughout the (In). u It dissolves "IDYLWYLDE" i:sTrr.oi nvtso.s i . i lira, nni i. OLD YORK RD. & RYDAL RD. 5 ACRES -'ENKINTOWN, PA. i in in: sum, r n hi.ic sai.k Wednesday, June At the Ke.il Itate ale. rooms. particulnrR In ii indliil!". By order of The I'roMdent Life liilzabetli Boswcll Fuqua, i:ccuturs SAMUEL T. FREEMAN & 1519-21 CHESTNUT BliiiiiLMiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiilltiriliiHiiiliiiiiniiiiiiiTm 'Face the Future, witft A SAVINGS West End Trust Company BROAD STREET AT SOUTH PENN SQUARE f?!tiiiniiiiniiniiiiiiiiiuiiiiiniiii j. ou can't Purse Pig's I "fc-fc-faJBhLKaclfl I "Y Neither can ou make serviceable, stylish i i I Junius irom poor materials. Kven if yf)U ie line fabrics vmi will not net satisfat tor clothimr unless the garments arc prop el ly a n tl efficiently tailored. RitiI's Standard of Tailor ing allied with woolens smli as uc splirt, male an un hiMtabli tombi nation. q n It ow want uitnlmtio'i loiinc uc unite niir El it t i i ui i if V ) ..f,. , &fr - i .t'lin.iKf. t JACOB REED'S SONS 1424-1426 Chesftiimt SftmecS I ,. " Of. ;- Tho camp will bo Wit on ktr(eikr military Hues. Activities on July .'1 will open with rclfcloiiircxcfcUcB, followed, by cnmp inspection by members of th Arm anil store executives. During tho afternoon the Sncllenburg Milltnry Jlnnd will give its second an nual concert, und In the evening the Sncllenburg Choral Society will nmko Itu first appearance In on elaborate mil slcnl program, directed by Henry dor-' don Thunder. U.. rAT.OTK. completely j 29, 1921, at 12 M. 16l?-21 Chestnut St. I'hllA. run And A: Trusi of 1'hll.nJeli:.. a COMPANY, Auctioneers ST., PHILA., PA. ACCOUNT90 """"."""""'""iiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiinl M make a Silk from a Ear." Siinnp a , Summer .Niiifi Hint ii rr cruelly "uih'il tn jioiit- n nuire in ni i me pi-ici'd $so tnul iipwii.il, ;il, won, Irifiiltll iittnietwe val iff' nl $',: uvil y5. in ! . t tt ,, .Aj K 1 a. Ml .''1 I f ' W ' 1 m fir, J .'