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."it W 7TTfl iT EVENING PUBLIC "rEDOEB-PHIIADlilI'HIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1921 . I mtfATORS PLAN TO STAGE "COUNTER ARMS PARLEY" Berah and Others Bound te Keep in the Limelight Washing- Adjusting: Claims ten All a-Flntter for Great World Gatherings ti'.ihliicfen. Nev t n counter "Armament Conference" wtre beard teilny en tlie cve of Wash- Inrten's internntiennl gathering. ' We"1 ctime tll0,,BI, t1tlkroem elmn" bis thnt Senater Hornli, of Idaho, is MUlr te have n few remarks te offer In he Senate ww ""- .. -. iffulr gets inv nlenB en ll8 Jurn'' nl111 ..t he will 1'C nldc'l nnd nbcNF'1 5", Ills Vu a tiiaff Correspondent 10. Mumblings. wnB Dolite nn.l Imd n hekc- for iimm. Approaching an American statesman, the visiting Journalist nU: "I nm , representing the , .Tapnn newnpapcr, Japan correspondent. I nm here for conference. Ameri iu fine. America splendid. Wc nre glnd I te be here. Jnpnn hope conference, will wicceed. We liere te help. Washington is a beautiful city. We like Washing ten. What about Yap'" Wl."i. n im nrearesH br ether Sen- Hotels lniallr overflowed today and - d . mi both sides of the aisle. ' ti-ncd way nil npplicnnts i:,cn Hie , ' e ninr "Pat" Harrison, whose reve- l'lcn of regular patronage availed , .in reniieMlng the American clelegu- "ought, 'ion might have stepped there '?' tund for open bwmIeiw wan , both times you were In the cnpltal. but i li-.;i this week by the Senate, linn'" meant nothing. I ptewn or down dewn ra.n leas eh te the meaning of I town, close In or far out, the story If they nre net open m me nmc. a no local real estate definite Mce- srsulenn. If tlicy art &?"'"' It develop, tit Se the Conference Is de 1L" or "IiB Feurs" done by "ltlg "III lTmirL" nr "Illn SLm" behind closed doers and in the L,7Us of hotel rooms, as happened at nils, that subject will be discussed. in addition. Senater l'emcrcne, et ,11- nUn a Democrat, has a resolution r.,:.n..nd nil nnvnl construction dur rnt t in l-i.nl OOUVII UIHItTtOOK te meet tllP Cmnr. Ki'iiey e.v estaensiung iicauqiinnqrH for information concerning rooms, but the rooms were in private beuses, without I bath. te Ujn." . . f .. (V,nf,...,,lu.c Mill he is anxious te get atflen, and J. wlnslilfring measures te get it before SS and Inte the headlines Society editors of the capital are In cle, rejeic- Central Nig 1'hote CHANDLER 1. ANUISUSON Of Ncvj Yerk, who lias been ap pointed te adjust claims of Kuro Kure penn subjects against the United States arising out of requisitions by the Shipping Heard Emergency Fleet Corporation during the war their clement, nt their pitmc inc nnd despairing Mmultanceuslv. Thev dully call ter mere space, their col umns btretch out interminably, until If plnccd end te end they would reach from well, figure It out for yourself. At any rale, they arc supplying mere pieces lliriv - - . . ... ii rn. i,, nAM !,. . l .wrterUl attempts te u r; enK .me e , - ," ,",,","' "" "SS.,"" . vq writers, prima .donnas nn, trained front pa8es ne-fpuu mu ui'i' W," j ' - -- ""' seals will get into tlic tir.st plenary ses rlnir. senators niicr !. , . " . . Men of the tonference en tlic Minltn erl; when you tlitnic tney eukmi ie iwi neperteis, cei respondents, news tien of Armaments and Inspect the ...nlns. , wrucis. tiepe writers, picture u iters, ugeudn nt close range. Uut nobeth else . . 1, , r.i,f,, i!-i,!n,i "-,M,,;ril,tivS writers, journalists, feature will. There's no room for the test of They l e Ufims uit ,.. - ruui, m-uuu rucrs, Cdltewt, lis- Hie iiulillc. .ji. i,mnf nf vis ters. The Heed- I ,.: i.iiinnri.i. ,.,'.... t... ,',... ....... . Kht. threw- the perfect proportions of. '"" """ """" """" wr " i' "ccvc ": .he dome URainst the night and cause . - America's guests te gasp win wi.imr amazement. It Is one of the capl til's most Impressive sights, seen from "ny angle. It bursts en the view from We'nWit of President WiUen's .Speech in April, 1017. the Capitel mi mlltarly liglited. It had rained ind low-flying clouds scudded across the Jiy As the President spoke, u gigantic nl'cd helmet appeared outlined in the Av he -red for an hour and was gene. It nns the shadow of the dome thrown alnt the clouds by the flood lights. fn the Heuse wing, where Congress was ,. in war ecsslen. The phenomenon set appeared since. . ins , Jfassntliiisetts nenue. the home of tecl'ty nnd milllennliei!, has become philemath' Uew for the period of the conference Along its aristocratic lenjth within u space d"f n few blocks, re (lie official residences, cmbassie?, lo cutions or working tiuarters of spveral of the visiting delegates nnd delega tions. Culling cards arc the currency cf that dMi-kt. Far le it for American reporter." te trt aspersions en or tell stories about 1 their cenfercH from abroad. Hut one itery Is te geed te keep. IIe was a Jnpanc5c. here for the parleys. He I Jes.K, I DAVISON'S I Sens. inc. 2 Jewelers Designers and Makers of Diamond Jewelry of the Highest Class Remounting a Specialty Comparison Invited 210 S. 13 St. MfiOOOaOEttablUbtti lS6JKWlOOfp t$MBMEsm&M MMBZiimumMssxsmwwBm ra 1 W Tlf v- I irli W i; B( ai 3 1 i 1 Frechie's Fixtures The Best Place en Earth is home. Why net make it as attractive as you can afford; and the most economical way te this end is the right use of Lighting Fixtures. WALL BRACKETS OR SCONCES, as pictured, give you litfht, color and decoration all in one. We have tifty different de.-igim finished in Silver, Bronze, Japanese (ield, Reman Geld, Polychrome, Flemish Brass, French Gray. Grecinn Antique, all waiting for jour selection and approval at moderate, fair and reasonable prices, intended for sale te moderate, fair and icasenable people. Our show room is attractive, our service Reed. Come and sec us. Open every business day until 15 V. M. JOSEPH E. FRECHIE & CO., Inc. 07 N. 7th Street, Phila. P I I I Ti Sif2jf35$T255 ill r Mini.iT (vn .!? 1 trt 'vh Open Saturday Until 5 P. M. 3 iaisaBMgBetff sagg&.gi7titM r R rF 204 Chestnut St. 11J9-21 Market St. I Founded In 1894 11 Seuth 15th St. 3 Special Groups OVERCOAT Frem The Kirschbaum Sheps 27.50 Values up te $40. Ulsters, ulster ettes and box-back coats in warm, fluffy weaves; Chesterfields and fitted coats. 37-50 Value up te $50. Greatcoats and town ulsters in fancy plaid -back fabrics and fine fleeces; satin-lined Chesterfields. 47-50 Values up te $65. A wonderful showing of rug-back fabrics and ether rich overceatings, tailored in all types of ulster models. I Mr Ccpjrlsht, 1931, A. II Kirschbaum Company GOV. EDWADS REORGANIZES JERSEY NATIONAL GUARD Headquarters of 114th Transferred Frem Camden te Pateraen Trmiten, Nev. 10. Governer Dl wanln n cemninndcr-ln-clilcf of tlif National Ounnl linn IhsuciI nn order rj dnMsnnlliie nnd reorganizing units of the. New .Icrncy Infiintrj, which wn threat ened with disruption upon the reignn reignn tlen, some time nge, of nbeut two-ncero of the regiment's efllccrR. following the election of Ocnernl Hernce H. Berden, of Oceanic, wealthy militiaman, tin commander of New Jersey's Infantry brlgndu ever a war veteran. The nw-t Important chnnge ii the trnnsfcr of the licnMqimrters of the llllli Infantry and the Ktntlen of the Kktrlrttntil n I nniMn mint, flrtlft fl ml Stflff. I l Vf, lllll.lllll VWlUIKHUllLl) . ...-f from Camden te l'ntcrsen. It In believed in National Guard 1 rttfnlnn itn lirt flni nrtlnr'n nftu nrilnr Estate by Will H lW P0i,iUen of the problem, irlatlve A bequest of S200 te the Church of ' te alleged dlHsatlsfnetlen nmeng the cherished just new by your .regular washlngtenian. Thta Individual tlllnl( ahvnyH thnt whatever happens Is nr innged for bis upeclnl bencllt and that If he doesn't get n front beat, with the piivllcge of criticizing the. arrange incuts, the engagement ought te be can can elcik That s his view new. He wants te Isifew why newspaper men should get In, nnywny, and, of course, there's no answer. Mrs. Maria I'retz, the White IIeusc coeh, has solved her problem. She will kcrvc tongue n la Harding te I're micrH Itriand nnd Lloyd Geerge. The Ingredients nre beef tongue, potatoes, rulslus nnd nuts. "ou hcrnmble them or something. If they deu't llke that, Marin is strong en hnsli. And as for llupjachs, ask folks In Mnrlen. LEAVES $200 TO CHURCH Rese Myrtctus Disposes of $13,598 Our Lady of Mercy. Uread street and Siihiuelmnnii incnue is contained in the will of lice Mjrtctus, of '-'.111 North Thirteenth sticct. which wan probated today ind dispenes of $1(5,508 in prl Mite beipiwth. Othir wills probated were thee of Clnik Shirk, who died In Ocean City, N. J.l!).r00: C. Winten Jllf.lcy, !(: Osiige avenue. 20,000; Ambrose I. lclttcr, 4".' AVcst Hermitage i-trcet. .fO'-'OO; Mary S. Jiuticr, 71.'53 Crcslielm tend, S.'.IOO, nr.d Sarah Crocks, I!77J North Frent btrcct, ?5u00. efllcers in the regiment and that by the changes thcie may be less trouble In the future, Tf is also pointed out thut the etdcr will bring some headquarters companies closer te the units attached te them. FREE -AHIBIUON PAINTINGS and Jf l.iitln'n I'nrlrHlt nf uKNunAi. runsiiiNO IYIcCLECS GALLERIES IB07 WALNirr HT. Rare Ktrhltui and Mrrzetlntf Frnmlnc a SpeclHltv (r HALLAHAN'S who are looking for shoes that arc belter value than the average- will find plenty of "geed shoes" at the Tlalla han stores te satisfy their wants in every particular. Tep-grade cordevana, Scotch grains, tan Itussia calfskin and gunmctal, in a variety of styles that gees from ex treme college lasts te mere conservative models for elder men shoes that bv every comparison ought te be at least . i.eu, but priced ncrc MEN V'! en V. J! 1 V.V , n.V T S ""."utfyw x0.1:-. " iv.. C! fei "'54 "- 5iL - YW -v. - tS-v rPai iiivFn y'i 'V.'.' l NM."- '.'JetTrTK' .'.. 1 11 1 1 L S kOfts. Ul New f CfA y.eu Fer the Beg Whose Feet Arc Most as Dig as Dad's Geed bhees with lets of pep in their get up but ut 10 sianu tne gait, lan ami uiack leathers and plenty of styles buch as were 7.C0 te 8.50 New J' OO HrLLAMAN;Q GOOD SHOESkJP 921 Market Street Tl'cst Phila. Branches 52(1 Street cer. Spruce 60th St. cer. Chestnut North Phila. Branch Gcrmcutewn Brunch 2736 Gcrmantewn Ave. 5604 Germantown Ave. All Branch Stores Open Evenings Never Saw Such Values as These $24.50 About 700 beautiful, plaid back overcoats and all wool worsted suits are available at Sixth and Market Streets at this figure only se long as they last. PHEY came te us from a geed manu facturer who wished te dispose at a single stroke of his entire remaining Fall and Winter stocks. . We purchased them and had we bought them under normal market conditions none could have been marked less than $35 and many would have sold for $45. Take your choice while the cheesing is geed. tWanamaker & Brown Market at Sixth for Sixty Years J STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER 1 - mmi MM The Gi reat Disposal of Our Wonderful Purchase of "Alce" Suits and Overcoats Presents an Opportunity for Every Man and Yeung Man te Save $7.50 te $20.00 from the Regular Price SUITS AND OVERCOATS $27.50 SUITS AND OVERCOATS $31.50 SUITS AND OVERCOATS $37.50 SUITS AND OVERCOATS $42.50 Overcoats- The Arnokl-Leuchheim Company is one of the best and largest of our manufacturers. We had already bought tremen dous quantities from this house for our regular stock, but we were glad te seize this extraordinary oppor tunity te buy these Suits and Overcoats at away below the season's cost prices knowing our cus tomers would be eager te get them at such remark able savings. A great throng will be here Friday and Saturday. Will YOU be here? Ulstcrellts and Chesterfield -Visit rs, Medels Suits Xewest Youthful and Conservative Medels. De net forget that ALCO Suits and Lheixeats arc exceptional values at the regular ericcx. They are indeed EXTRAORDINARY at thef-e reduced price?. 100 Women's Fine Coats Samples at Less Than Wholesale Prices The latent group of sample t" tc returm1 I t 'ur factory model inmi which hundred. et order have been taken: many were bought for our own tck and are among the best selling number- of the .oaen. All Are Ceals of Xew Hifjh Grade Fabrics $25.00 te $75.00 Many hae fur cellar.. Al.e included arr- unc Plush Ceat, closely ivembling fur and made en the simple lines of Fur Coats. All in size .'Hi. but owing te the loe.e, easy lines fashionable this seaen, many v uniui wearing larger sizes can be fitted. Exemplifying the Elegance of Velvet in Afternoon Dresses I ipci .!) when th'-1 Dies i nl' luiut. t nnd the wulu flowing Jinny Oc.ew me t ( frn Mti)r in n. kind nf i lontie'l mat .1ickii '' u touch of hibei. cli'ts with jet funm- .ir. the quint--erncc of e'ckiiiicu j.ikI ilipnit.v Oti c of le-s siately demeanor uu'1 cnibrenU icil in nietnllic thrcnii or softly contia'-ted with le e j ribbons. Nny, brown and black in the cel ci tien all fine civet, some of ehitlen chct 01 velvetcc:. ?150.00 te 17i"i.OO. The meile! sketched, ?G5.00. Serge and Peiret Twill Dresses, Special, $32.50 Xew medelh m navy, black and blown, m rodinRetc and eiicular-hklrt f-tyles. Trinuned with rat-tail braid, novelty braid or French knot enibreidciy excellent inedelb and e-NcePent, values. -btiawbriilsj Clethir s i.l r Market !iti! Second Day of the Sale of INT HOI 1 Iu shup ,stup prcspnied a bu- seer v te-d.ij - liut about J.,ii'i0 pair- cf Shoes were in tb Sale te bepin with, and w tlmll hac a geed selection for all who cheese te-morrow. Thi.i cerit includes special purclmses of high and low shoes for men, women and ehildien, as well as linen fieni our own stock mid These Shoes Arc Werth One-third te One-half Mere, as Rased en Present Fair Regular Prices strawbrlcUn . C lelhltr Us'ith nnd I'llUrt 8trt Friday, Armistice Day In sympathetic accord with the spirit of the Procla mations of the President, Governer and Mayer as a mark of respect te the mem ory of these who gave their lives in the late world war, as typified by the unknown and unidentified American soldier who is te be buried in Arlington National Cem etery te-morrow This Stere Will be Opened at 11.30 Instead of 9 o'Cleck At 11 . f . te-morrow will be gin a fifteen-minute Seng Service by the Strawbridge & Clothier Chorus, followed by two minutes of silence at 12 o'clock neon. The Stere will net be open for business until 12.13. but a Market Street deer will be open at 11.30 for the accom modation of all who wish te join our empleyes in the Memerial Service en the Second Fleer. The announce ments en this page are for Friday after noon 12.15 te 5.30 o'clock. Time te Begin Your Christmas Shopping V great many of our customers are beginning their Christmas shopping. There's a real advantage in starting early net only in the buying of the mere practical, useful gifts, but in the selection of the nov elties the ornamental things, jewelry, stationery, leather goods, etc. Our holiday stocks are practi cally all ready. Many ex clusie gifts, or novel articles that come a long way or that have te be or dered long in advance, will be sold out before Christ mas, and cannot be dupli cated. Besides., there are n u m c r e us opportunities every day for picking up appropriate gifts at less than regular prices. Buy New, Pay January 1st' If you h a v e a charge a c c e u n I here, all merchan dise purchased from new until the end of December may be paid for the hirst of January. 1922. We are opining main new charge accounts cverg dag. V V S iKf-rtAi