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V J "-1 V M " ri'T, i v '7"; E LU'-f I 1 KB fe P.. - T 8 EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY,' NOVEMBER 10, 1921 MISS BOURNE SUES BROTHEUFOR F Suing Her Brether Mrs. R. B. Strassburger's Sister Claims $315,120 Less in Island Purchase NAMED MAID IN GEM THEFT Miss Mnrjnrie itenrnp. lt(r of Mf. Ralph llenver StrnsHlninjcr. of Ner innndy rnrm, CSwynrdil Vnllej. U suing her bretlicr, Arthur K. 1'etirnc in New Yerk en the charge of ricfrumlitig Jier of 531.".120.n". The Ilenrnps nrp daughter nnil Mn of thp Info Commedore Frrdnrlrls 0. Boump, who wns Iiend of thp Sinter Sewing Mnrliim Company nnd left nn eitntr npprnNrd nt $40,000,000. MIih Heutnt. while vliltlng nt tin 8lrnsRbnrKPr liemp Inst Mny. a the victim of what wns tlrt bc'lccd te be thfft of n MO. 000 ppnrl necKInn nnd n $fi000 dinmeml tinru. Sub-pipiPiitlv the jcwels were recovered nfler nrrpt ' of Mnde'Ine JSontinpret. n Si- mnld. who snid he thought Mis' lleur.ie hnd Riven tliPin te her. Thp mnld did net ppnk 'iigllb fluently nnd Interpreted olio of Ml-H Tlourne's reinnrks as n pioetitntion ! the scine. When tin uipim I tbpfi I VMS discovered he hid tlictn. e n convicted at .1 trial In Nerti"- n but paroled. ' Dispute 0er Value of Itdr.nd Mii' Heurne" unit against her brother I apparentl. is bned e i a dispute of the value of Park Inland in tin St l"i l"i rence Hi, or. where Commedore Heurne had one of bl nuiiienm rosiden . Statements In tlie papers filed In con nection with the suit n.ert the netuV value of the Island is .7 1.000. although MIR Ilnurne purehnsiil It from thp estate of her father for S:t' '.'0 07. Miss Heurne in her pemplnint says riie hnd n strong feeling for Dark Inland nnd remomberi d her father's eft-cxprc-ed wishes, nlse stated in hi will, tlint the Island lemiin in the fam ily. She sa! she spent innn '"immers there with her father, and a strong -en-timent for the property developed through that fnel Her brother. Miss Rennie nwil. knew hpr feelings te this connection anil falsely represented te her that the exec exec ueors, of the estate, (if which he was one, intended te soil the lVund te the highest bidder. Kstiite Valued at $10,tr::,7.";5 An npprnisal of Commedore Heurno's CTtntr, tiled in Noemhpr. 1!U0. re venled he left n net tut of S10, 6.Vi,7."sl. There weie seeu children, who beside specific bequests hud equal shares In the residuary estate, valued nt $10,000,000. Mint Heurne charges her brother said If she wanted te own the island she would have te fign a receipt for nn nmeunt equal te Its book value, this te be ehnrged against her share of tin, resi duary estate. She sajs her brother Arthur faKelj represented te her the book value of the island ns'.53M).1-0.!.7 and that this was less than the actual market value, nd Induced her te sign nn agrceni'iit accepting the property at that valua tion and having It charged against her fcbarc of the estate. Last month, the complaint says. Miss Bourne discovered the true state uf af fnlrs that the nctunl value never did, and even new did net, exceed ST-J.OtR). She asks that her agreement nccpting Dark Island prenertj nr n initiation of S3SD.120 07. be cnneeled and her brother IO ordered te accept deedx ie ie cenveylng the prepertj te the estate nnd te repay her the money she lest or mnkc it up from the undistributed portion of her father's estate, which . he Bays amounts te $-1,000,000. Business Men Organize Fer the purpose of advnncing the lnterestw of business men unit proper ty owners In the vicinity of Chester nvenue and Fifty-eighth street, n new nnociiitien hns been organized, te be called the Chester Avenue and Fifty eighth Street Husinest. Men': Awecla- ( tien. Jp ' wjllfl"f'flrrv" yhbI v tWit wjPtvJsTLi U9V9WK t ' niK3C,,M)l3i SwKmW 5t XfTZZ Have Yeu a Better Name for Werhrs Fair in 1926? The World's Kcelsier Imposition Is suggested bj. Mrs. Themas Nelan, of 4041 Kunnem street, ns u name for the Sesqul-Centennlnl Ktposltlen here in 1020. Ltlterty's Shrine C. L.. W'tmilers Exhibition is suggested by Mrs. Ag nen Itardin. of Uantrch, I'n. City of Hretherlj Ixne World's Affair, b Martin 11 ('.inter, of 10."8 North Twenty-ninth stieet. The Weild'h cter Exposition, by J. .1. Neluii. of ;i!M7 Terrace street. All Welcome World's IMlr. b Mbj 1- Dtmlj. H V I).. Columbus, N. .r. World's I nited I'eace .liibilre, b Willta tt II.tr'.N. of !;) I'uplur Btreet. Uncle Sam's I npaiallelc.l Iv.luca Iv.luca tlennl EHsltlun, In .1. II Clark, of 107'J Drexi'l IluildinR The Cradle of l,lbert Sesqiii-C'en-tennlal Kpxsitlan, by Ml-s Lereth FeHter. of K)s. West I'enii itrcet, Gertuuntewn I'nltctl People's Fair, b. Clara A. Ilelwj , of Il'JO Mechunic street, Camden, N J. The IC '.MM, Ftiii.ic hi.iKii it in receiving many of these suggestions. Have j en a name te nffci , ,w , .isvlCiw'Jrt-' t MISS MAIMOItlK HOIUNK Sister of Mrs. Itnlpli II. Strass burger, who rliarget she wen de frauded by her brother, Arthur, of $:tt.p, 120 In the purrba.se of D.trlt Island, In the St, Laurence Kher Scheel, Hunting l'nrk nnd Cermnntewn avenues, hut has net appeared there since Menda morning. When the boy left home lie were a blue sweater, blue lutd white woolen cap, brown shoes and brown stockings. SKELTON AGAINST FEES Newly Elected Merlen Township Treasurer Would Abolish System Jeseph .1. Skelton, Treasurer-elect of Lewer Merlen Township, ha declared himself entliuslnstieiillv. In favor of abe'ishinent of the fee "".stem, of his of fice. The question made one of the sorest spots In the pe'ltical campaign, but enlj Mr. Skcltmt. of nil the tanili dates, deflated himself in favor of lim ing them abolished or reduced by the Legislature. As the (ilhce is new, fees roll in from three sources township, count v ntnl State. All Lewer Merlen is in favor of hnlng the Legislature scale down the fees, which lust ,enr brought mere than SIS, 000 te the ofiieehelder. Frem this nmeunt. however, ellicc expenses, In cluding cletks and even stationer, must be paid h rhe Treasurer. BABY BURNED TO DEATH I Little Brether Sets Fire te Slster'r Clethlnjj With Match at Play When Mrs. Thclpin lllmcr, 40(1 Myrtle street, went te n corner store at 1 o'clock esterdny afternoon, lenxli her tucnt)-two-menth-old daughter Thelma, nnd her thrcc-onr-eld son Icrey, In the house alone, the boy set lire te his sister's clothing and the In flint died last night in Itoescvelt Hes pltnl. The mother Is prostrated wit. i grief. In the mother's absence the ley ob tained mntches nnd It Is believed while attempting te light a mnteh the blazing ' hend Hew en the infant's drc. Othei f persons henrd the screams of the chll- I ilren nnd extinguished the flnmes. but net before the infant hnd been herrlbI burned. DNU 5oethina nnd Hc&linq Household Ointment SEARCH FOR LOST BOY City Being Scoured by Police In an Effert te Lecate Andrew Mejnar A cit -wide search Is being made by the pi lice in an elTett te Mud sum clue as m the whereabouts of nine- ear-old Andrew Mnjiinr. who has been missing from Ms limiie. 1000 l'.entt. street, j since Mendat neon. He was a student at I In Stanislas "TIDEY" FURNACE CLOCK ; . m T COMPLETE i.; f- READY TO l rh-C' ATTACH J AUTOJIATICAILY AND SCHIXT Turns en Ybur Heat Before Yeu Waken Oiiens the draft, nnd even close the ttti d'nr If you kere 1' nPin nrr nlKht Any etU' furnnce het-air, plpelenn. het-water ur Htcum Duntproef, ruatlcan, 3-er uiltit . Iiihi.i a e rv I M Twelitv mlnutp Ne need te get up In u cold tie rtturn ! u tela hetnu. The American Scheel Supply Ce. 1110 Snnsem St., I'hila., Pa. HV-YU rneNT I'nrffl Teut l(lc Kxtr.i MERCURY TRACTORS . TRAILER TRUCKS TO UK HUM) m . SEALED BIDS te bi recciTtd until 12 o'clock neon Thursday, Nev. 17, 1921 J3 Mercury Trai tore Including V.'. M. L Type, Datterleii 108 'Truller lruclv eruliipe,i wl'h canter wheel In front nnd truik wheeli In rear lull of Owhc truika huve plutfermii 2" x ve' , una u haMs aij" x ;" piai- fermv AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTU ITITY TO DUY INDUSTRIAL PLANT EQUIPMENT AT YOUR OWN PRICE I B!d will b reeehed only for the entire i untlty. Circular preixxal, fernin fur nub mlttlnc lild. nnd all further Information tnar txt obtained by communicating- with the rtl-AUt.Lf H1A OKDNANCE ' SALVAGE BOARD ARSlWAXi i, i"' lPr",,,I. f sU I 9 1 ONE CALL - ONE HEART - ONE ANSWER 125 Institutions Working Together for better results from, the money given by Philadelphia We appeal te you ONCE instead of ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-HVE TIMES Give YOUR answer next week Space Contributed by Commercial Truit Company 1 00.00 in Prizes 1st .... $25.00 2nd .... 15.00 3d 10.00 and fifty $1.00 prizes Judges MRS. ANNA B. SCOTT, Feed Economist of North American MISS M. TULLIDGE, Philadelphia Inquirer MRS. GEORGE ABEL, of Qermaniewn Awarded for the Best Fudge Made from WILBUR'S Baking Chocolate CONDITIONS Each contestant must mail or bring, en or before November 18th, net mere than l lb. of Fudge. A receipt from your grocer showing you hae purchased a xi lb. cake of Wilbur's Baking Choco late must accompany same. Send your entry of Fudge te the Wilbur Beeth at the PHILADELPHIA FOOD SHOW 1st Regiment Armery Bread and Callowhill Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. Feed Shew starts Nev. 7th and ends Nev. 19th Don't forget te visit our Exhibit Booths 5 and 6 H. O. WILBUR & SONS, Inc. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Store Opens Bally At A. : All These Goods en Sale Tomorrow After 12.15 P. M. : Cleu 8.30 T. Ttt Armistice Day Tomorrow A Memerial Concert te Which Our Customers and the Public are Cordially Invited Frem 11.30 Until 12.05 o'CIeck. Selling Starts at 1Z.15 o'Cleck. All Goods Pur chased in No vember Will Be Charged en Bill Rendered Janu ary 1st, 1922 HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE n Market Eighth Yellow Trading Stamp With Every 10c Purchase All Day Filbert Seventh Alse See News of Oar Big Men's Famishing Sale en Opposite Past Starting Tomorrow at 12:15 e 'Cleck A Most Amazing Anniversary Sale Purchase of Men's oe te$45 Suits and Overcoats One Price $ The greatest money's worth we have EVER offered in Men's Clothing, the greatest we can expect te offer! se Value 1 We never saw se much value for this low price. Entire reserve and' surplus lets of a celebrated maker 1500 superb overcoats and suits in one spectacu lar purchase offered at a price that will be the sensation of the city. BmmiQ i We asked two people, who knew clothing but didn't knew the price en these clothes, what they were worth. Their opinion was: "They'd Be Mighty Geed Values at $45!" Come in, examine them as minutely as you wish, materials, tailoring, fit you will find it a pleasure te cheese in our Clothing- Department, which is the most magnificently appointed of any in Philadelphia. We have enough salesmen, tee, te give you every attention, without hurrying in the least ihe Suits All Hand-Tailored The Overcoats All Plaid Back Materials Absolutely all-wool, wnrm wintei ninfnriula lieni semely tailored and finished. All models, including many with belts all around or half belts. Set-in, raglan and kimono sleeves; all the newest shades; wide selection of tweeds and Scotch effects. Every overcoat a garment of masterful style and tailoring! Whatever you reauire in an overcoat nr 'e j t ;ra is far lower than has ever been asked for anything like this quality. Remember-we looked at quality before price, you think only of price mjniscase, we u guarantee the rest. ut Bretherss Fleer, seventh street, i Strictly all-wool materials superbly tailored and lined. All popular and conventional models and every one in both single-and double-breasted styles. ' Practically any color you wish, some fancy effects such as fine pencil stripes; and your size whatever it is! Styles for business and in- t t ti- r 1 aj-mu O. V ti a luiuiui wear, euner values, an XiISBBOTHBRS LTX SKOTXSXS : -3 ) .1 "iE'S .