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wmwL - IJND CUPS HER HAIR porethy Kauffman, 14 Years i ... --.In H.hnlrarl In MnrfU Hatboro Heme IdOBBER GETS $2.50 IN CASH .twntliy Kmifrmaii. fourteen yenm Kl mi empleye In Hip lietiic et Sirs. JJ'.An if 11. Uuis.cH. Jacksonville r North Huthore, lmcl her hnlr ttd by n Negro, who entered the ?"??: iefn plprluy nftorneon and S nnd Ixjuiifl the chlM. norethv wns nloite. fclip wtiR In the .A wuim ilewiiPlnlrs. f no told tuc no- ..i i hnn tthe lipnrtl the frrtnt. E opened stealthily. ,. child rnn te the front hnll te i j,gd cntrrcd the hniise. cur the Lairs 'I"1 rnrountered the mini, whom d dcctlbei ns about thirty yearn old. urfenml well built, dressed In n blnr.'c nit m old Hint It wns turning green. Ills y' wcrc hidden by nn old slmteb J,t and Ids fnec covered villi a growth ,i Jtubbly lizard. I jn'.d nothing. Dorethy told the wlicc, but seized her and curried her Ld te the. Kitchen. She t-eiciuncd. ud be Milled hr eulcry by tleing a tenel tljlitly around hrr meiitli. He twlhtl anntlirr towel about her neck c'lazereuily tight, though he did net jiekc h"r. Then lie harked at her hair. He found a icleti and clipped out Htrniuh la (rout and bark, leaving Iht hair fined- He '"ins nrr te ,J,1C h'(I then. Kd reuvickrd the house. Frem n wau dinner iipstnlrn he stele $2.ii0, but reuld find netliliip eNe of value lie went te the cellar nnd broke Inte a locked trunk. 'I'he contents of the trunk Iitc net jet been cheeked ever, te it fenet Inemi hew niueli he get liere. The girl lay huddled where he had tkrenn her. tee frightened te move, wli! she heaid him leave the house. Thfn she managed te loosen the towels nblcli bound lier. and ran te the lint lint lint lere Koundry Company, a short dis tinct away. The police began te pearcli the reade llltreuiid Hatboro, und continued their lant all night, though fruitlessly. It g repotted that a man partly nnswer gi the ileseilptlen given by the child Jid bearded a train from Hatboro. OBJECTS TO ASSESSMENT Weman Thinks Tax Unjust Because Business Is Peer A woman retailer, who protested be fcre the Heard of Revision of Taxes yilnst the Sl.'.OOO assessment levied n her prepert . said that business is peer aad for that reason she did net btllcrc the assessment Just. Mrs. Melllc Davis, 470 North Sec ond street, the complainant, was ud tired that the beard Is net responsible for peer buslniss conditions. She wuh told property slmilnr te hers hi the line neighborhood sold for $18,000. Few complaints were received by the beard today, the number averaging two from cacli of the nine wards set aside for today's hearing. They were the Firth Sbcth. U'eveiitli. Twelfth, Thlr iKDtb, Fourteenth, Sixteenth, Setcn t'lntn and Twentieth. ' David N. Fell, secretary of the beard. id pretests were few because only a fcif essessments uere Increased. Seme complainants objected te the beard ibeut the tux rate, he said, although iiinj the tat rate is the function of umncu ami nor et tne uearu. The beard wilt net sit tomorrow or Eitardav. Monday pretests will be Iwrd from owners of property In the Twenty-fifth, Thirty-third and Forty Ferty Wth Wards. REGULAR, consistent, di-rcct-mail advertising is an investment for the future. The Helmes Press, 'Printm 1315.29 Cherry Street rhllidelphl The Open Firepl ace lhe warmth and radiance, the chtcry crackling of the legs as the lancing flames sheet up the chim neywhat a pleasant welcome alter your day in the city. This is one of the se-called little things i that lifts, a place out of the hum f eram and commonplace. The at mosphere throughout Strath Haven is svnenvmniia tvifli li- warmth and radiance of the open SWARTHMflDl? TA '"'y-one Minute from Bread St. NEW PRICES Jt. Touring , ". Sed .., . Coupe . . . Detroit ....$1230 ,...51250 ....92180 ....82100 THEiiATCH MOTORS!? '0 N. DROAD ST - PHILA 1 (AMtrOHIl IJKALKli t.lin.l 1 .-.. . J1? KrnnUfnrri Mr. flWtJJ.N-T(N IHULUll pi" Air. A; ll'iitlilmtmi T,nn WAIN LINK DKAI.KIl i ". itemuiid, Jr. Im-.lrr e.. II urrfnnl. i. ""Cumnbfll Moter Ce. L TJJtBKm f ybBplO LBDEli-lilLABEiMlA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBTJ)R 1Q, J92t HELD IN WAGON 'THEFT Man Accused of Stealing Lead of Groceries tfnder $1000 Ball Arthur Jackaen, of Eighteenth street near Wharten, who was arrested yes terday with n stolen wagonlead of gre ceries nftcr n chase of nearly n mile, was held In S1000 ball for court this marnlng by Magistrate O'Hrlrn. Tcstcrday afternoon William S. Reap, wheIrircn n wneen for Llnnln- cett & Ce., wholesnle creccrs. stenncd at the Jeffersen Ilesnitnl te tnnkn n delivery. When he came out his horse una wngen were gene. Alcxnnder Stewart, of 202.'! North Twenty -second street, who nlse drives ler a wholesale grocery company, nnu who knows Heap, heard of the theft. At Fortieth street nnd Lancnster nvc- nue lie saw Heap's wagon with Jacksen driving. He called te Jacksen, but Jacksen whipped up the team and started away. Stewart gave chase and at Thirty first and Snrinsr (iarden streets he caught up with him. When he jumped off his wagon Jacksen struck him with a whin, in the meanwhile a crowd had joined in the chase. Jacksen tried te get away, but was seen captured hid ing under u perch nnd wns nrrestcd. WOMEN GO TO WASHINGTON Overseas Service League te Attend Ceremonies for Unknown Soldier Lecal members of the National Wom en's Overseas Service League left i'hll adclphla at 8 o'clock this morning let Washington In preparation for the ceVc ceVc menies" tomorrow in honor of the un known Soldier. In tlin party wcre Mrs. Oswald Chew, of Radner, the presi dent r Mrs. II. Urnden Kyle, vice presi dent of the Philadelphia (Thnpter, and Miss M..snret Naglei Heblns, n mem ber of the Executive Committee of the rational beard. Others in the delegation were Miss Oertrude Ely, Mis. Ixuise Snowden, Miss Frances Clark, MIrb Julia Wil liamson, MIhs Edith Gillinghum. Mi.-s Mnrgnrct Law, Miss Lucy II. Diihrlug, Miss H-bekah W. Elliet, Mrs. Hunter W. Scarlett, Miss Julia MneAUster. Mrs. Edna Flenner, Miss Elizuwlh I.engacrc, Miss liertlia Laws, MIs Marjerle Persons, Miss Helen Knight, Miss Ilutli Israel and Miss Alice de Ferd. SUGGEST "FOCH AVENUE" Legien Wants Parkway te Bear Name of War Here Changing of the name of the Park way, Philadelphia's scenic drive, te "Marshal Fech Heulevnrd" or "Mar shal Fech Avenue ' will be suggested te Council nnd the Mayer today by repre sentatives of Henjamiu Franklin Pest, Ne. -lOe,. American Legien. The pest determined te initiate the movement at a meeting last night In the Elks' Club, when the matter of lMilhuIelphln's compliment te the here of the World War was discussed. It was deemed especially timely in view of the visit Mnrsbal Fech plans te uinkc here November 14 nnd 1.". The Cham ber ej, Commerce nnd the county com mittee of the Legien will also be asked te sponsor the movement. The sugges tion came from Dr. Merris Iloeth Mil ler, n member of the pest. RESEARCH BUREAU FAVORS EDUCATIONAL COUNCIL Thinks New Move Will Help Selve Problems The proposed formation of an cducn tiennl council, a body representing the empleyes of the public school system litre, was commended today by tlm Bu lean of Municipal llescnrch. The bureau rcfericd te the recent "constitutional convention" of teachers and ether teheel empleyes, called te draft working rules for the proposed council. An executive committee of the convention Is new Ptudying plans of educational councils in ether cities. "Among teachers and administrators alike th"re is confidence that this new move will justify Itself," the bureau commented. "Net only in the less tnn giblc, but equally impeitnnt elements thnt constitute morale is gain expected, but nlse In the practical working out of educational problems it is hoped te utilize the incalculable wealth of ex perience and judgment In the posses sion of our fine corps of bchoel em 1 leyes;" FIRE ENGINE SKIDS and Plunges Inte Stere Window Driver Is Injured Hugh McKennnn, driver of Engine 11, suffered serious injuries last night when the motorized uppnratus skidded en a wet street, narrowly missed un elevated column and plunged Inte n cigar store window nt Fifty-second nnd Market streets. The ether firemen en the truck leaped te safety when the machine skidded. The engine company, which is sta tioned at Sixty-first street ami Hnvcr Hnvcr ferd avenue, wuh en. the way te a lire in a lingerie shop en Fifty-second street near Market. As the apparatus nvareel Fifty -second street It skidded, and as McKennnn tried te right the hose wagon it plunged past an "L" pillur and struck the front of the cigar store. McKcnmiu wns badly cut und Is be lieved te have suffered Internal injuries. He wns taken te the MIscricordIe Hospital. The fire caused little dam age. MOTORCYCLE STRIKES BOY Mether Sees Accident and Faints. Rider Escapes While walking with his mother near Ins home today, six-year-old Illiam Illrch. of 2707 Seuth Mele street. stVnncd from the curb in the nath of a motorcycle, and the machine ran ecr Iilm. His mother. Mrs. Margaret Ilircli. fainted when the accident occurred, and the drhcr of the motorcycle made his escape In the confusion. The boy was rushed te St. Agnes' Hospital, where It was found that he had cseapeel with lacerations and lirulscs en his ueuy. Aute Hits Weman; Driver Held Laurence P. Lankford. of 5040 North Mnseher street, was held In SHOO bail (IHs ineriiliie bv Macistrate Price. Last niuht. at Ninth street and Roosevelt beu'evard, an automobile driven by Lankfeid knocked down Mrs. Eminu T. Meltzer. Mrs. Meltzer was severely in jured. She Is In St. Luke's Hospital. LINK FOOTBALL AND WAR Penn Students te Parade for Armi stice Day and Team Mere than B000 University of Penn sylvania students arc expected te inarch In the parade tomorrow morning in cele bration of Armistice Day nntl te see the football team off for New Yerk, where they play Dartmouth en Satur day. The students will be nsscmblcd by a bugle call at 8:30 tomorrow niernlng, nnd the parade, led by the University ISnnd, will stnrt promptly nt 0 o'clock. They will march te the Itread Street Station, accompanying the football team which will leave for New Yerk at 0 :40 o'clock. , POLICE ROW NOT .ENDED National Park" Mayer-elect Has Only - Minority In Council Citizens of National Park are greatly acltntcd about their dual police system. which bus been In force several mouths nnd nre wondering If the election of Edward It. Allen ns the new Mayer will change the situation. Mayer-elect Allen is u member of the Cit.v Council nnd Is one of the sponsors of the police force appointed by that body te work in competition with thnt appointed by Mayer Wnters. Mr. Allen said he would have only one force, but he finds after election thnt he has only, a minority in the City Council, which may appoint its own separate force of policemen. Fire Damages Apartment Fire caused by crossed wires in un elevator shaft of the Trianon Apart ments, Fifteenth und Poplar streets, late last night routed fifteen occupants of the apartments and did $1000 worth of damage before firemen gained con trol of the blaze. Firemen found it necessary te tear down part of the walls nbeut the elevator shnft before they could use the hose te advantage. CHARGE TWO WITH ATTEMPT TO SELL STOLEN ALCOHOL Men Arrested When Druggist Be comes Suspicious The prompt action of Merris Rebblns, n druggist, of 130." Point Ilrceze nve nuc, In notifying the polled of the Twentieth and Federal streets station last night of two men trying te sell him stolen alcohol resulted in their arrest and also the nrrest of n third who wns sitting nt the wheel of a motorcar out side tlic- store. According te Ilebblns Jacob Fried man, who gnvc his address as 037 Seuth Garrett street, nnd Mtclincl ITaiidllnger, Fifth street near Titan, cnteicd his store shortly nftcr 7 o'clock last lBjt. with three fifteen-gallon cans which thev bald contained alcohol. Friedman s actions aroused the druggist's suspicions and he notified the police. When a detective arrested the men and left the store with his prisoners, William Deleher, a Negro, Lclthgew street near Carpenter was seen te dnsli from nu automobile. He was taken Inte custody. . . , . Tl. ,.nna tvllPtl rlnllt I'll Were feUml te contain double bottoms nnd held but one gallon of alcohol aim leiinrcii gallons of water. The three men will have n hearing this morning. X !2totei 4Q&&, L swl J'JII:ill fm filfci: lK)JX (II "SJIjl W IPPii 364-S6&r.05G8 -ihlltlt ,-APCnUC Jete erft fin Mjigil fepi1 w 4yve47'STS. $avtS a&itKariten etel BROAD AND WALNUT STS. PHILADELPHIA With that chic" and youthful ap pearance that has made the Heuse of Gidding internationally known. Gidding prices this fall and winter have touched a new note back te pre-war levels. GOWNS SUITS COATS DAY and EVENING WRAPS BLOUSES and FURS MILLINERY 499 AND I CtTJ There arc mere things about business that can be accounted for en the pages of the bookkeeper's loese4eaf ledger. History is full of instances where trifles have had mere weight than things that mattered. The stock comparison is that half an inch off Cleopatra's or was it Helen's nose would have changed the course of history. And se in business. Yeu may send out five hundred letters a day, and only a few of your correspondents be sensi' tivc te the eloquence of a piece of fine writing paper, and only one of these few in a position te add te or detract from your prosperity by a real order. But that one order would pay for CraneY Bend te send te the 499. 100 selected new rag stec 120 years' experience Banknotes of 22 countries Paper money 0438,000,000 people Gevernmmt bends of 18 nations j ITclLlC S DUSINESS PAPERS Tonight 8 Sharp PUBLIC MEETING AT T1IK ACADEMY OF MUSIC James R. Garfield Srcrttary et the Interior undfr Tlifodere lloescielt, und Geerge Wharten Pepper" Philadelphia's Welfare Federation The Vital Question of the Hear no Ticur.TfS nr.diinr.D DL A , H wr The owl leeks like a Wise Bird, but he has an osseous cranium: Owlishness and rubber tired specs in advertis ing conference some times conceal a paucity of the Real Thing. The proof of Advertis ing Wisdom is in the results achieved. 'Phene LOCust 5540. THC RICHARD A. FOLEY ABVE nTISINU AGUNCY. Inc. PHILADELPHIA A PERSONA!. SERVICE CORPORATION lr In accordance frith " President Harding's Proclamation as a mark of respect te the memory of these ivhoJave Uieir liven in The WerldWar this Establishment will be closed all day Friday. November llu Venetian Glass The quaint designs, the exquisite colorings and the dainty grouping of flower and fruit applied decorations all combine te make these products of the glass factories of Venice gifts that are appreciated by all levers of the beautiful. We are new showing a large im portation just received and priced at specially low prices, from $5.00 up. The Rosenbach Galleries 1320 Walnut Street Fine Picture Framing. MacDonald & Campbell A specially prepared line of Suits $48 te $65 Fer the men whose tastes run te, the finer things, thet,e suits will prove most pleasing because the draughting of the models, the tai loring, the selected Cussimercs, Cheviots, Fin ished and Unfinished Worsteds, and the exclu sive colorings and patterns are all of superior character and make them appropriate for cither business or dress. Wc offer these suits as ab solutely unmatched in geed leeks, comfort and economy. The meit dittinguiihed Evening Drcis Clethes in America. Nete Armittice Day Stere open for business from 12:30 te 5:30 P. M. 1334-1336 Chestnut Street TAILORED AT FASHION PARK IjltifmnJ TAiumuDAT r.vsiuen r.r.!t ArmniSsitke Day Friday, Nevemibeir llih, 1921 penn 12.15 Noemi 4 5.30 P.M. $55 fKTCiM SEIIV1CU WITHOLT rilL, ANNOYANCU 01' TIIY-ON lUlADY-TO-PLT-ON TAII-OnUDATrASIUON l'AHIi This is important Lets of points te consider about your overcoat. Critical eyes will review it. Uncomfortable temperatures will attack it. Its price must demonstrate economy. Its wear must prove thrift. The sum total of these requirements is te be found in the Par-Kerry eutergarments developed by our tailors at Fashion Park. jr 1MXM MEIEP 1 mm m m i m - - Vi 1424-1426 Cliestii,u,t Sti-eet. S A-- In recognition of the solemnity of t Armistice Day this store will remain closed until 12.15 P. M. 99 "GEE these are GREAT SEEMS like we've heard this remark dozens of times if we've heard it once, from the men who have been thronging in these last few days, picking out their Winners from the bountiful groupings of Overcoats each one a Winner and se many Winners that a fellow hardly knows which te cheese in particular. SUPER-VALUES in Winter OVERCOATS $28, $33, $38 & $43 YOU will share our enthusiasm when you see and feel the fine fabrics especially the soft warm heather mixtures in brown, gray, olive, tan and reddish tinges that our abridged dictionary fails te describe. AND THINK of owning such splen did Overcoats for as little as $28, $33, $38 and $43. Here is "Back te Nor malcy" with a punch. All a result of our Super-Value Policy a policy that is Perry's exclusively, because stores of less volume cannot emulate it. These Super-Values in Overcoats SHOW THE DIFFERENCE. Come, see. PERRY'S The World's FIXBST OVERCOATS Beautifully tailored from over ever over eoatings made by J. ,5: J. Crom Crem bic, of Scotland the world's linct loemers of cloth. Our Super-Value price ler a Crembic Meiitagnac (made our May) is f85 for a Crembic Ulster $6S. Tiy and match these prices anj uhere else, n'c have the larg est vaiicty of Crembics in Philadelphia. Perry & Ce. 16th & Chestnut SUPER - VALUES in Clethes for Men JESiiigriiMriri :,',;;;, il. vih ;i t ...lAJZnza'i . , . .u'liti'i'iiriraq REDUCED FARES TO " NEW YORK UlKETS GOOD . DAYS Round 3 '-(T' Trip iiUOMIenul CCO I'M' PENN-DARTMOUTH GAME SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 ARMY-NAVY GAME SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26 Special tickets Reed Keintr en trains leaving Keadintr Terminal at 1:00 A. M.. 7:00 A. M. 8;00 M o-eo A m i?'nn A' Man 'U00 A- M- November la and iiG (Ahe en" 12:00 neon tiain, November 2C only) Returning en any ttnin leavlnir New Yerk V "'M i - &M3Si,. "'"" ,2:' "-S' '' ?S Tickets and Parler or Sleeping Car Reservations ou Sule I v.iij- nciu'i umce l.'Hl CHESTNUT STKEET Telephene: Walnut 61!78, 0279, 0100 PHII.AnRI.PHTA JP READING RAILWAY i Rri i.piiiinmiiimMiiiiiii :n iniTHi I -i in II 1 1 1 n I nr.ni J- i " inu nia. 4t I'M 1 $$V A" i a .n .- v. j . -. i , r . X ,k w -'