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-V i?vX t-y- jy; ' i.f 7 EVENING PUBLIC LfiDaERr-'PHILADELFHIA' THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1921 fc V., Kttcr was appointed for a previsional rerled of three months, which expired this morning, lie siicrerdc.il Mr, Herry, who hud bi-en holding cm In his job by the simple expedient of eutwalking the bureau chief who wanted te "fire" hint. Nathan IT. Hnmbe, Knlls read, llex borough, foreman of cleaners nt City Hall, prebabl will get the $2200 l. He was the first en the cllgU-.e ''-C last Quits Scheel te Wed . Mr. Oelbncli's letter te Mr. Dice reads an fellows : "The right will nlwo.ve conquer, am I nm positively convinced thnt jeii nre in the right. I have fired a stationary boiler in my younger years and fro! ETTER LOSES CITY JOB Superintendent at the Hall Makes , Way for Anether Charles II. Kttcr was dismissed tednj as superintendent of maintenance nt firmly forged each link In its case If it wished te succeed. A copy of the reso lution adopted by the Iloreugh Council should have been submitted te prove that the speed-warning signs were or dered erected according te law." The failure te prove these signs bore letters five inches high, as required by low, and that thev had been duly erected by order of the Iloreugh Council, was one of the technicalities upon which Bqulrc Yerkes lest his case. MINISTER OFFERS TO -FIRE ENGINE IN EVENT OF STRIKE Writes Reading Head "Right Will Alwaya Conquer" The Hcv. T. V. aelbach, president nt the Oncn Doer Hcccuc Mission. Inc.. Hint i reuici nre nu engine, with a lit tle instruction nu te the water. I in- i"""'"" n ie me waicr. I City Jlaii, tee job mncie neinuie ey .i. thereiore offer my services in cese of Ilofgnte lcrry, the "mnn In the brown emergency." "derby." Citv Hall, the Jeb made notable by .1 LThbnipsen nnd Lee strectn, hni offered his services en a locomotive tircmnti te Agncw T. Dice, president of the Phila delphia and Heading Hallway, in the event of a strike, July, with Utter third. te COLIR TO DECIDE ON MLLBOURNES FINE RfGHTTOCARRYGUN MILL STILL GRINDS Stere Owner, Arrested en Rob bery Suspicion, Held for Having Pistol POLICE AND LAWYER CLASH i The quctlen of n eltben's light te tnrrv n tf'tnl te protect lilmpf nn Magistrate Yerkes Says He Will Fight Spoeders Despite Legal Setback hid meni"' ni ,,p iiii"in'ii win in rwiin fellow iiiR n lienrl.13 before MagUtrntP (V-wfllil tncliN. Harrv It I'uiK'T. 1821 North Wnr nwk street, proprietor .if n ripir stoic, wns Mnndlng henca'.U un inwilng near the corner of Tenth Rtreet nnd Humiiib r-nnnn ivemie. phertly nftr tnldnlnlir Memlnj morning. ITeny Hieh "JDHT Xertli Vnietrcntli street, noticed liltn (lid bcdine tightened, Ihiukliij liim n lilglijviiian. Gress creed 'lie street (ilngennlly te avoid I'nrkv. Twenty ratmitc latir lie inft nnnthcr tiiim nnd nicntinui'd I i -uniclens nnd the two (.topped Sear ppfltit l.nww and Piitre'mnn .Schmidt. () the T.rnlleti and Berks streets ntii ntii tien. I.ewiy and Schmidt Mint Innldnc for the eunpMem thnrncter nnd found Parker 'nIMns te l'ntreim.iii Tutt e, of the s-inie station. Lewrj ordered Tuttle te put I'nrker under at rest en Mi'pinen 01 aiicmpieu highnnr reblier.v . When lie nr tenrched n heavy (allber automatic pi (el wai found en lilin He was held li Ma?itrnt' Oiwald m S150O ball en the'hlghwnj robber cbnrge and currj ins coecMled ilnilly weapons. The furth"'- beanir; canto up th morning and I'nrKcr ws icpresentcd In Attorney MeneiH. wiie presented Ihe rlaini a law hnd been pncfied In Harris bur? allow Ins the man cnmlii'; icitiptv of a sOre home niter dark te pe rrmed. A thl jiineture District Dcteclhe Themis .1. Cndden, of the Twentieth and Berks strcctn station, jumped in ape! awinieit the role of prosecutor. He contended there was no law permitting citizen te carry concealed weapons for eny r"a?en a iccti tut mimicm be tween Sewers and Cadden, with the re mit Mnjis'nUe Oswald fmallv Inter ffrrd In iimiii; n ('adden contended that it w.iis a matter for .the court le decide, and held I'm her In MOO bnil for court. The highway lebbeij chaise was Igneicd DEAF-DUMB GIRL "SOLD" AS WIFE; WINS DIVORCE wwi' . a jj IIELKN Y. I,KK .Miss Ixc, although Inr.ii here, went te China when mi infant, but re turned nfter turbo jcars, te com cem com plcte lier education. Ncv she is (e Une Khoel te become .Mrs. Jue Hay Clicc , CHINESEGJRLTO WED Helen Y. Lee te Become Bride of Juc Kay Chee An cightcen-jcnr-eld Chinese girl who returned te thh country nfter twehe J cars' absence le complete her education, is Rhine up school te wed. She Is Helen Y. Lee. 58 North Dear born stiett. Hern here, she went te China when verv jeuntf and icturncd te the United Stnte.s about a mouth aj;e. She met Juc Kay Chee, Tenth nnd Chestnut streets. Chee Is buyer in n Chinese restau rant in which the brlde-to-be's father is one of the principal stockholders. Mr. Lee is new In China. The 'wedding date hns net jet been set, but the church hns been selected and that is the First Baptist Church, Seventeenth and Sansom streets. HITS KEYSTONE AUTO CLUB Atlantic City Weman Deserted Re tains Custody of Child Special It ipntrh te PictilMO l'ub'lr f rtlerr Atlantic City, Oct 20 A- sordid nnd r elfish in'irrfnge, contracted with a deaf and dumb Rirl for what amounted te a financial cnnsideintien, wns the finding of Special Mnster Coulomb in the action for diTeice biniifiht b Mrs. Mellic Had ler, of this citv. As a iCMilt. final decree of divorce has betn entered ngaiust the husband, Alexander HeilN'r. of Itroekhn. The pounds are desertion, which Mrs. Ilad Icr charges ecriurcil In April, 1DL", nftir their "hollev wedlock" had been blessid with one child, new In posses pessos possos nen of the mother. Mr Coulomb repeited le the ceuit that the petitioner was lMnj with the fmniK of her brether-ln-Inw. nnd that liniller was werkiiiR there at the time and agreed le many her If the biether-la-hw would put up the rash te start him in business in New Yerk. Till bar- cnin was made, but later Dadler is al leged le have sold nut the business. Kept tne uceipts of the ale nnd de-Mrted WOMAN HIT BY AUTO Delegate te Humane Society Session Severely Injured Mrs. Dlmibcth I'.uck, fifty-four years old, of Lancaster, who is in the ylty nttendiiiR the annual uucIIiir of the American Humane Association, was run down and serieuslj Injured last night bj an automobile nt Sixteenth street nnd ItidRe luenur. The driver of the uutnmebile did net step. Mis. Ituck was tak n te SI. Jeseph's Hospital, wheie it wat found her hip hnd been fiactuied and her fnre cut. Mrs. nenjnmiu I Heffmnn. of llaln bildce. T'n . who wns with Mrs. Ruck, was net injuicd. OPEN RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Bosten University Professer Speaks at Presbyterian Church Pn.fessei Herbert C Mnjer. cif Tio--ten IniM'isit, drlnered the address last eculns nt llie opening of the Srhenl of Principles and Methods in Rolleleus education in IJethanj Temple PresbMeiian Chinch, I'lft -fourth and Rpriee stnels. under the nuspiCLs of the Philadelphia Kuncht Scheel Asso Asse Asso eiatlen .Mere than .'(00 Suncliv school teachers, repu sent lug US Sund.iv rriioels in We,t Philadelphia, have en- imiii-ii nun it is anueipaiKi that lie enrollment will leach ."()() .Sessions will be continued tenlglit and tomenow TiiKhr Piefessni MUcr's topic was '"Ihe Principle f ltellgieus IMiirntien." Dnn Mlnnlik. lend of the IMiunticiunl Department of the Cnhnsny of prnn lnnin. -ns one rf the speakers. LOVE RIVAL GUILTY Jury Convicts Man Named in Di vorce Proceedings Dudley Armstrong, nil automobile salesman, was declared gullt teda of a statutory offense, bj n iur before .fudge lJenniwcll, in the Municipal Court. As a result of the affair their arc new cress suits of (liwuce between Mrs. Louise Kroiider Shirk, of fiOl." Neah I'lccnth street. Lee.in, and her hus band. Hubert .1. Slink. Sentence wns cli ferrcd pending a motion for a new tiial. Auivtreng wns iele.ied under MflOt) ball. I labels ceipus hac been begun by llie liitsbind for jiossrsen of his chil dicn. riedciick, eight Nrars old, and Ida, lie mmis old, who will seen renie into S10.U0) a ear from their grand fathei's ctnte. Mrs. Shirk iccentl in he riled STeDI) a jeur Mlllbeurne's "fine mill" Is EOlni te keep right en grinding out its grlt of fines and costs, nccerdlng te Magistrate I). Martin YerMs, regardless of the set' bark the squire rectlvckl in Media be fore Judce William II. Broemnll. There were nine nppcals In fining enses taken in Media jestcrdny. Six were upheld by .fudge Ilraoniell, two were continued in the nbsence of the defendants, nnd one was held under ad vlscnicnt by the Court. "This se-called ilctery bv the Key stone Automobile Club will have no cf feet upon us here," Raid Mnglstrntc Ycrkes In Mlllbeurne today. "It Is our sworn duty te protect the public. 'c will protect It. I told ,T Borten Weeks, president fe the club. Just thnt. "They did net attack the fines I levied upon the merits of the case. It wns no real victory, Thny wen en tech nicalities. This is just a bombastic campaign te get members te join the Kcj stone. Automobile Club that's all It la. "I have received letters nnd telephone calls from lets of people, commending us for the action wc have taken te safe guard the public from meter speeders, and it is only this club thnt has made complaint. A mnn may well cry 'Ged sne the Commonwealth' If public pro tection Ih te be interfered with by menus of legal technicalities." According te Mr. Weeks nnd the club'u counsel. Hebert W. Hcntty, the wnr en the "fining squire" has only just opened. Hundreds of motorists linve been arrested and fined since the beginning of August by the squire, all the motorists being accused of reckless driving nnd speeding. Mere thnn S1000 fines nnd costs have been collected since the se-called speed trap was put into operation. Iij announcing his decision, Judge Uroemoll said : llie Commonwealth should have V A Pearl Necklace H The Gift Supreme The experience) ermaiir'j'eara in the extensive aelectten of the finest Oriental PearJa ia at the service of patrena FINE FRAMING PAINTINGS CLEANED AND RESTORED THE ROSENBACn GALLERIES 1320 Walnut Stmt MacDonald & Campbell New Fall Suits you should buy $30 te $65 Te men who wunt cxclusivencss, style, long bervice and economy of price, wc offer MacDonald & Campbell suits as the best solu tion of the problem. Most graceful, beautiful fitting models, in a piofusien of fabrics, color ings and patterns no ether house can show. The values defy competition. Nole Just in from Thexten & Wright Londen. The fincit of Gelf Suits in true Scottish shades of Partridge, Heather and Thistles, $45 and $55. 1334-1336 Chestnut Street We write your copy and print your work properly. It pays you and us. The Helmes Puess, 'Printers 1315-29 Cherry Street Philadelphia SEEK FUND FOR HOSPITAL Women Map Out Campaign te Raise $125,000 Membif, of the "ie flllld-rnislnir woman enmp ili;ii (Oips in for the NEGRO SCHOOLS AIDED Tuskegee and Hampton Benefit in Will of Catherine Ncwlln I5cquest of M."i(ltl ( a h te the Tuskr gee Institute. Tit-kegce, Ala . and the Hampton Institute. Hampton. Va.. were made V new n teda in the will of Calheilne New 'In. IS"! I Pine Mrcet, who died September - The estate is nli.td at StiO.enO Otnei will, piebated were the'-e of Jehn Scnuiid, .""'JO (irrmnutnwii ave nue S-ilS, ."SOI) . Nathan (' Wcinreich. J7(:s Diamond strict "57000. and P. I hi J lime, JTO .ini-tieiiir striet, ?4:i.(KK) HdfkSSi BncftEjraBr SAVES CHILD FROM FLAMES When Mrt.. Marv Itueschiws1i placed liei lne-jeir-eld ell Waltei In bed in a thiid-etni) roeiuln her home nt .IOL'1 I.ii'-t Tliomtisen street shertli befeie iiiiilnight last nisht she left a Mnnll candle luirnins en the diexsinj; tnble. A "dieit time later, heailni: the 'cries of llie child, she went back te find xiaericnu lie.pttal , I)s(1.,s f tlie child and an n-ine was called te ex- iiiiiuiini u uinciiten te(ia in finculHli the li!ae, which was cunQned . le the one roeta. it.. . ' V K Stomach the III lli.iur-Ktiiiif.ir.l we cliaiiiuun. Mrs Walter " . i-ir-jiil l. llSM-SMfi m linn nt hni mlnt".. Mis W WiiMieMtalKecic "'"V'lf't'i'vtcd in this movement nie1 " William II W.iiiamal.d. Mrs IM ii .. ,.s""kh"iM Mr- i'lanU It Ul- Ilett Mm II H fieddaid Mrs rteh- ' t Hiiwlex. Mis .Inlm Coeler Hirst, i i,r "llliani K Dreisbach and Mhs r A dieines I 5t.i0fin will (,pU, ihe camiMlsn AVed ' tifsunj HELD FOR ROBBING CABINS ; Youth Said te Have Entered Sum mer Hemes Near Lenape Park West (heslrr, p.,., e, t -j,) . Hrni "reiMus, tent-tliue ,.f Krnnctt "quire s ,.vC(i ,1!( , th cijp,,,, seuiit prS(IM 4llIf t)ln U11 u,j(, f(ir nil in liiiiinm in il"iimll of .s.Mlll nil. (hiri;e, it, lel.bin,; Miinmercab V'l "' '"'"I"' '"Hi uXlr K, '""'ilrif. K.m- lishuis ''e nnd furniihlnp hair hi en t.il-n rf tlHlli!n''f ,. ""1,",1,t0,l "' 'l ""'"liei WANT REPRESENTATION PhMa- c"lnese Appeal te Harding In Disarmament Conference Pr sllll'm ''n '' ,'Mn ''ni i.MueMrd Reut """Iiiik te mc ... n t,at tlthuu, uitl, H, 1.01)0 000 snnnirl Pie hi "'"''it.iM and L'OO iiOO.tlllO pro pre pro eenfrro,l;"0'","ll ut dUarmnment rete L r , rP"nl: fm S,,utl1 nilu.i," ttrs i i Vi,, ,or """ npanese cne.half fh!"' c,'nn t-einprlw about tat or I0. ir"Pl"ef f'l.lna l it 4mnte?- that tl",J t,,eu1'1 net ' Ja!l! D,lad at Dread and F""ert 5600 Bvsa',tlrn,V flY n" f Miwalk . i?. Mi ' ft-;U ,lcn'1 en tl" ?'treVe of n'n Wh,cre he was tnl(0" "Id W death '"'P0'110 wns thp cause of Square deal advertising is the kind that is square te the public, because it tells the truth and te the advertiser,-because it tells it welL Twenty years of suc cessful effort along the proper Unes gives us the right te be emphatic about this. Phene LOCust 5540. THE HICHABD A. FOLEY ADVC RTISING AGENCY. Inc. PMIIADCUPHIA A PtBBOWAL-JEBVICt COnPOBATION ai? A New Feature Just Started Draw checks en Savings Deposits SIX CHECKS PER MONTH INTEREST AT 3 Savings Fund Deposits (net subject te check) 4 INTEREST START TODAY TO ENJOY THIS NEW SERVICE- Ol NEW YORK RITZ CARLTON HOTEL BROAD AND WALNUT STS PHILADELPHIA Notable for the Wonderful Paris -New Yerk Fashions Shown in their Philadelphia Salens. Fer: Town Wear Country Wear Sports Wear Evening Wear Beautiful Evening Toilettes Gowns Wraps Hats Furs for the Reception, Dance, Dinner, Theatre, Cards and every formal or informal event. With that "chic" and jeuthjul appearance that has made the house of Cidding internationally) l(twnn. G1DDING PRICES THIS FALL AND WINTER HAVE TOUCHED A NEW NOTF BACK TO PREWAR LEVELS. I i i ! I I I PARIS t I ? I I I I If there is any man net convinced that Perry 's values lead, lei him see our INTENSIFIED SUPER-VALUES in Fall Suits which we are offering for one week only at JP UP IflldihMnq&le. MEN ARE PAYING $45.00, $50.00 and $55.00 for Suits of identical quality at geed stores everywhere and considering themselves satis fied. FINE WORSTEDS and silk mixtures, fancy cheviets, soft serges, handsome herringbones, well cut and tailored, light and dark shades and pleasing patterns, sizes for everybody there's net a man who wouldn't pay $12 te $20 mere for these suits without batting an eye. The Intensified Super Values play the leading role here this week, but don't forget, we're also sell ing suits, overcoats, tuxe dos, sports suits, trousers everything a man wants in the way of clothes. They're SUPER-VALUES all of them. EVERY LETTER YOU WRITE ur. ung that can- y Bank of Commerce 713 Chestnut St. Nathan T. Felwcll. President f! fathnsl Benk with a Savins fund Department Try as wc will, wc cannot keep sentiment out or Dusmess. 1 here is always semcthi net be reduced te "brass tacks " Strictly construed, any piece of paper will de te carry a business letter, but business cannot be thus strictly construed. We are human beinas before we are business men. Therefore the letter paper of a business house should add bemcthina te the bare typewritten mcssagc.AVh.it is thus added may be mere important than the message borne houses settle the matter by using only Cranes Bend for all letters. The mflucnce of such a paper is never lest and never wasted. loe?;, selected new rag stecl no years experience Bank notes of 22 countries Paper money 0438,000,000 people Government bends of 18 natwm 1 Super-Values always Intensified Super-Values this week Get the Idea? Perry & Ge. 16TH.& CHESTNUT M PFR-VUAI- in Clethes for Men 1 lEpjiKSsgsggsE'ssgsgega ,, E If! l.-ltln, ?$ 9TT ") W "V K SI ,,i, ,;,J ?r 'n ..eJ nf ,,ctrlcl2 n -"SVv fl T u-'!vVf 4 v.i'ii.b 4J 1 - JX S3(4 hi I r. i'" lirt.iti.it M I y r5 S' 'M w e J Awf& 1 - il ..lift H!C!felrT5CJ-J',-,ftl W 0 ' ' . T A I 'W teiiLiaPS.! I Al Your Tcclh WH? ; I -- - r.fe i ' '.'-i'','.(,:.T'; I I ft-Zi.r SOcSr-i L r,,,, uv'a" kkl' ' i ! 'i K" ' 9 ' jj LLEWELLYN'S ', il IM.I!.. .1-1-1.. .... '' , ...iri.nn fc Xuildinl Itru . i, U strc 151S Chestnut Streut i S7Z. Crane's BUSINESS PAPERS D&ED'S Standards of Quality LX in Fabrics and Tailoring applied te the production of Men's Clethes give elegance and enduring excellence te the varments. q Clothing made ,n accordant mth eui exaamg requ.rements hns ALL the elements neceM..ry te w7ar U"8.Tmenf that net only B,ve splend- 1 near and se.v.ce. but that u-,11 preserve a geed appearance until actually worn eat. tj Compare th:. .upener cloth,B w.th the erdinu.y tvnc nnrl un ....11 . l . ""' " '. - "' nuiiiuer iul a"3 nea customer. tj TT.C im ler In.11 Su.... W 0 0ts . ', " , u ""l- n ,inie te eiler for 1-ipvi.uii alucs at 5)i and $50 another satis ir years JiACOB REED'S SONS M24HM26 dkcshmil: SfareeS Adelphia Grill u get exceptionally geed feed here at ex ceptionally low prices. Centrally I eca ted near c crj u here and quick, efficient service. The lunching meeting place for business men. Hetel Adelphia Chestnut at 13th -& m Wu IOCZFES2SS2& iftgaKaKaaKSit n.