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IftOELD IN DEATH'
OF WIFE, HEN 111
Jehn J- Fisher Is in Serious
Condition in Hospital Fol
SAY KICK KILLED WOMAN
Jehn ' I'lstier. of '1015 Locust
itreet, h 'n " s('l'l0,m condition in the
Hnlmcninnn .Hospital, following his
rrct chnrsiil with having cnuscd the
Vntli of his wife. Mrs. Anna Fishrr
.led In the West Philadelphia Homce
'.tli!e Hospital Snlurdny night. She
Li. I her Imibnnd hnd kicked hy in the
iterench n month nge.
Ffchrr N thirty two yenrs old nnd his
Vfe Ans forty. When Pltdicr whh nr
!,t, and tiikf" te City Hnll, lie wnn
l , t0 nnit the action of the Corener,
ti, tMllape'l nn(1 wns fnml'ifd by
iv'itr Snrseen Kgnn. Symptoms of
tibiiKi'inin were dWcevered nnd the rann
nt once token te the hospital. He
,lc.'nrtd Hip kick te have been entirety
Mrs Fisher was shot five years nge
i, her firt husband. Ohftries Yeung,
Ae then shot nnd killed himself. After
in Nines" of many weeks Mrs. Fisher
rcrevcred She then conducted the
ureml-hand shoe store of her husband
tt Klft firt n"'1 Mnrkrt streets. She
rare up the business when she married
"fisher last January.
Hurviving Mrs. Fisher nrc her two
Mnn, Willinm Yeung, nineteen yenrs
old, nnd Jehn Yeung, fifteen yenrs old.
Mrs. Fiher swore out n wurrnnt for
,rr hu'bnnd lnst Mny. charging
eriicltv. When the man wns nrrnlgncd
before' MngWrnte Dugnn she pleaded
te linnl for him he was dischnrged.
Scott Nearing, Formerly of U. of P.,
Still Exercises Jaw
yeett Nrnrlng, once nn Instructor nt
the University of Pennsylvania, nrrestcd
many times during the war for ex
pression of redlenl views, iias made the
dljcoverj that the Limitation of Arma
ment Conference Is n plot bv Englnn.l te
embroil the United States nnd Japan in
Before en nudience nt the Seuth
riread Street Theatre yesterday he de
nounced Knglnnd. he pointed the finger
nf corn nt "c!ip!tnlit." he ridiculed
banVers nnd gave his sympathy te the
peer downtrodden people.
His prediction') forecast a war be
tween .Inpnn un.l the United Stntcs
within the next ten years, nil due
te the efforts of Knglnnd, new rid of
lier continental rlvnl (Jermnny and with
only America remaining (e thwnrt her
Nearing ridiculed America as being
the most capitalistic country in the
nerld. 1I doesn't want us te hnve
nere nitienil wealth than live ether
SUPERIOR COURT DECISIONS
The following decisions were handed
(hmti In the Superior Court, sitting
here, tndnj :
ny jinar: reirrnn
Alnerth t. .Hnrtin Ce , appellant.
Comnienwalth v McLeod et l. appel
lant. Juilmnent affirmed
Glr t, Dlllxpnt Council Ne i etc,,
Arj'llantu .ludRtnnl nfflrmed
Killnk HenJlnn, appellants. Juris
nr ji deb HirvnrjiiSiON
Empire Galtanlrlni; f'n, c Maser rt nl
Appellant .ludmPTit affirmed
ftMikprA' ComniPrelnl erurlty Ce. .
flrer Kntipp. Mppnllanta. Judgment affirmed.
iiv .it nun Ki:i,i.i:rt
Standard rtefrleer.iter ""n e Apldern A
rett e HPpprHiits. Judsrnent Hfflrmrd.
Dihln n Philadelphia rupld Trnniilt Ce,
arp'llnnte Judgment affirmed.
rtnbD e. American Hallway Kxpreen Coin Cein
Mnv apppllanta Judgment affirmed
Plhpr r N'nrth lVnn Hank. Uecrep af
fined at teMn of apP'Mant
OMalliv m. O.Malle, appellant Judc
Hf IlDUi: l.INN
altm"n Northwe.tPrn National In
surant ( (i aprnllunt Judumcnt nfflrmed
Martini - pliectnr Oeneral of Itiillrendi
-I al nnppll id .TudKinent rper4pi. rtecerd
'ftTilttrd te cmrt lwnw for furtlinr pioced pieced
ys ren-lst nt with thin opinion
Slniilen (ii .lerdun. appfllnnt rtecerd
rfmliti.d '(th ln.trtiPtlen te enter Judgment
fnr iVfendant nntu ithatandlmc the erdlct.
Peiel i )op Judcment affirmed
l.Hinliln Dlippter Clpneral uf Hallreail,
aprellint ludKiucnt rpvtraed and record
remitted inr pnn'i t'dlngn censilient with
Kauffuiau h Ni pkp. nppellant Order rp
frB'l leunt" of Lancaster, nppcllnnt, s I'tibllc
h riir,. CommleRlen. Order nfflrmed, cents
d eppnl te be paid by defendant.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
rrmtirTI. s Smith. ISIM N liStli t
. Mnn A Minsrlman. 1420 N 17th Rt
Jmiim I SchlHHlcr, .1171 Miller ft
'.' r i I, Wfhii. 1007 B. Thaver M
NimK ( I.ntterc. Ula K 7th st ,
VjhuMk Mnlne, 7111 Annln Ht.
Jiiiiix s McAfep. asm) N Tranklln nt
rinnm ii i.jne, 1 ISO Jilainend t
Anhur J Osberne. 1114 IJ Rtenner l uml
Lil.lan c MIIIh, tiaS KlnitiieiiHlnir ave
A , I. Maechltty, 1205 Mt. Vernen at, and
f Andlaijezak. 1U3S N 27th at
Jmr j Mt.Menanln. SCO Marliee M and
elld McNeils X',20 Wallace at
Itrael rinlarK 2U4 1 N" 33d at. and Jennle
, I 'via 321 S 12th at
Jnneph Nelan r027 Ash at and Mary 0-
erne Dejlestnun. Ta.
William II .Ilnii 1723 Afldlpnn "I and
lannl r Wct, 153;. Montrese at
.ij8n Hamilton. Chestnut Hill, Ta
and UrniTwIna II. Mnen. 270 H Kith si
nire V h,i(.0 irt enn N nt, Ht nn,
l.velvn Sand- 120 W Noena at
Matilda I, Uhrman 2020 N. 3th at.
v i?-h . Herna 4144 Uoena at., anil Marie
ii... ut;T...,.r"'-.'.'."j""'"u" '
i iie.i nn.ia t. ti.... .. .
Willi.. '-"ik'. iinn j; I'aeine tt
!im V,1;!""' -,;,s N "e t
Miiihi .,.""" "'". uarmantewn ava
i'""w i ix'can. " i nr in.. ,
riiA,. t .. 'i-nti, 'im.iii .-miner
IW.V .'.' VSS..0- .Maatcr at
W? "?.'- 338s Amber
t and Man'
vviii.. .. "" ''"ate, at
leei 8S0 N. UlnsBOlil at.
The largest Advertising
Appropriation we ever
discussed was that of
the man who was
"willing te put all the
profit back into adver
tisingand keep en doing
it for ten years."
However, as he wasn't
willing te make the
ation, the subject was
dropped and we have
never heard of the prod
uct since. Ner ha3 any
f IIIIAO I I. It A
ii"NAI I srrtviCE COIIPOIIATIOM
Alnrl. ni i . n: . - .. ... ,
(Ik,, V".'". '.1811 fortune at.
ivert.1 . "?"$ ni,() N- ''"Irhlll at and
wl.i.rta I'"1!"11. a"31 N Itli at
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Omirlier tollege nlumnne nrc doing nil sorts of tilings te swell the
collrge endowment fund te $11,000,0(10. Mks Margaret Mallnrh. Till
Ileyer street. .Mount Airy. Is shown teaching Kleaner Slialn. MIO Way no
avenue, and .loscpiilne King, lit Kast I'psnl street, llie steps of (he
Cieuclicr "Sl-million Glide"
HELD IN $1000 BAIL ON '
Wine Said te Have Had Belligerent
Effect en Accueed Man
Thin morning Magistrate Dougherty
held I'asquale Tesrf, Merris btrcet near
Flftnth, in $1000 bail en arieus
cliargcs, among them the intention te
kill two men who were Strangers te
According te police Tessi spent most
of jesterdaj regarding his own wine in
its most roseate nvjiect. About neon
the record hns it, he get into a, brawl
with some neighbors from whom he lied
crnvcnl.v. Then after solacing himself
with mere wine, set out te wipe the
stnin from his honor by some feat of
He thought nn opportunity hnd come
when Phillip Cuilen, n letter-carrier,
who lires nt 201S Seuth Carlisle strct,
brushed ngainst him neer Itread ami
Snjder avenue. Cuilen, however, apolo
gized mildly and Tessi, his rage by new
knowing no bounds, proceeded te where
I'eter Kpstcin. twenty-two, of .fnckseu
street near Nineteenth, nnd Humbert
Stroll! were stnnding. Drnwing n re
volver from his peiket Tessi challenged
both of them in Italian. The jeung
Cuilen rushed up and crannied with
Tewl, holding him until police arrived
from the Fifteenth street nnd Snjder
CREDIT CO. ACTION HALTED
Spiese Counsel Falls te Appear in
Action te hnve the suit brought by
the receivers of the National Guarantee
Credit Corporation ngninst Werth &
Ce.. selling agentti of the corporation,
tcmeved from Common Picas Court Ne.
''. te the ( 'ntted States District Court
wns scheduled te be taken tills morn
ing by Henry .1. .Scott, counsel for
Pranklyn .T. Kpeisn, Mr. Scott, hew -eer,
failed te appear.
Spiese is vice president and general
manager of t1i- National Guarantee
Credit Corporation nnd nlse of Werth
This afternoon the receivers, Francis
McAdams nnd Themns J. Meagher will
ask the (eurt tlint a receler also iP
nppelnted for Werth & Ce. Stockhold
ers of this cencent desire such action
It is said.
Membership in this Club
advantages, and offers you any of the very celebrated
pianos and player-pianos represented by the well-known
house of C. J. Heppe & Sen.
Any responsible person may apply, but application
must be made before Thanksgiving Day in order for
you le receive the benefits.
Only 3 Days Left
Members may select
any of the follewing:
MASON 6c HAMLIN
Upright and Grand Pianos
Pianos and Player-Pianos
Pianos and Player-Pianos
Pianos and Player-Pianos
H. C. SHOMACKER
Pianos and Player-Pianos
Pianos and Player-Pianos
Pianos and Player-Pianos
Or any used piano or
player-piano in the Heppe
ROBBERS GET $40 IN SAFE,
BUT OVERLOOK $300 MORE
Evidently Scared Off at Woolworth
Stere, 2637 Germantown Avenue
Ilehbers jesterdny bieke open a safe
In the Woolworth the-nnd-loii-eent
store, LU'iT Germontewn avenue nnd
stele S40. although thej missed ?J()0 in
Police of the Fourth and Yerk streets
station hud n "tip" that several jeuths
were planning te rob the store Wed-ne-dnj
night. A watch was set. but
the thieves did net appear. Since then
patrolmen hoe examined the store at
Pntrelnmn Peters, about .1 o'clock
jestenl.ij afternoon went te the rear
nnd dis(oercd that a window hed been
forced open Further cxiiiuinntinn dls dls
clesed Hint the combination knob had
been wrenched off n small safe. A sec sec
tienal etewbar. i.eeral chisels and a
hammer were ljlng near the safe.
The proceeds from sales made Snttir
da afternoon ami evening had been
placed In the safe. T)c $.100 wns
wrapped up and placed in a small box.
The SHI. the receipts of lute sales was
placid in a drawer.
The haste with which the robbers
worked was shown by the fact thej took
enlj the S10.
K. C. te Feed Orphans
The Knights of Columbus have an
nounced that. Hie Cntliull,. i,-..i r
the city will again have Tlinnltm.lvi,,,.
dluuci-as the guests of the organization
Thirteen homes are en the list te he I
visited bj a specially appointed com-I
mittee and provided with Thunksgiving
Unemployment makes men tle.spernte. Last week scores of rob
beries were reported in Philadelphia. Your turn may be next.
(Rlpflrlc llurKlHr and fire ,tmm)
Keeps Them Out
Marie and sold bv
Camden Appliance Company
Camden, N. J.
01 a limttctl prrmtl id tui initntl
111 mi tuffAeMt atlilitienal rl,aic Xn
Should Jein the
entitlns vnu in evfraninem.
The club closes this
Thursday. Only applica
tions mailed en or before
midnight Wednesday will
be accepted. Fill out the
attached coupon and mail it at ener
Membership Fee 1
All ii costs you te join is $1. If your application is
rejected or if you de net select a piano veur Si will be
Call, phent or write at once.'
Fer Information Sign This
Coupon and Mail It at Once
CI HrinA Sir Snn Downtown 1117-11 19 Cht.tnut Street
. J. neppe OOn Uptewn-6tb and Thompien Street,
Without any obligation en my part, please send me full informa
tion about the Heppe Christmas Club and hew te join it
LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY,
PEGGY COPE FILES
SIT HJR DIVORCE
16-Year-Olcl Ovorbroek Girl
Lived With Atlantic City
Lifeguard 42 Days
HUBBY WAS ARRESTED
Hult for divorce hnving Iteen filed by
sixtocti-jenr-otd Peggy Cepe, of Over
brook, agnlnt her nlneteen-yeor-eld
husband, Charles Cepe, both sides hne
unburdened themselves nnd expressed
their persnnnl opinions of eecli ether.
fope, the son nf nn Atlantic C'ltv
banker, gel n jib ns life gunrd last sum
her, and in August he eloped with
Peggy te Pertehester, N. Y.. where
they were nmrried. They li ed together
fort v-two days.
Mrs. Cepe, when seen nt her home
nt finSfl Ovorbroek avenue, was told
her husband had said lie could net get
along with her. "Charlie hns it nil
wrong." she said. "If wnsn't that he
could net get nleng with me. I could
net get along with him."
"I can go him one better when he
says he wns hnppy with me just one
day, I wns net hnppj with him oten
one dnj. Little girls, tnke heed never
run nwnv, for elepments never come
out right. And I enn tell jeu this,
the next man I marry will be a man.
The worst jeu can think is tee geed
Charlie Talks. Ten
Chnrl'e hnd some innermost thoughts
te express, tee.
"I was linppj with her just one day,"
he explained. "She was Impossible te
get nleng with. I don't think I wns
eer in love with her nnjhew. just
"I realbe it wns nil a mistake I
aw the light when we mil nuav the
first time ami were caught, 1 would
never have nmrried her If It had net
been for her own porjeinslon. Her
mother. Mrs. Milten W. Yeung, came
down te Atlantic City the day before
we ran away the second time te see
us. I told her 1 could net support
Peggy, ns mv family would net take
care of me, because they did net sanc
tion the nltnlr.
"Her mother 'aid she wetud takr
care of us, and see t lint I get n job. I
certainly de net love the girl new. I
could say manj unpleasant things te
gnrding the whole ndenture, hut I
think the least said about It the better
I am in the real estate liu-oiies new,
working bard nnd trjlng te make geed.
There Is no use enteilng into n contro
versy ever tile matter. My familj has
had enough te bear.
"It is nil bosh, the cruelt charge
she brings against nn1 in the divine
action, and the ether allegations ,u-e
ridiculous, tee. As for the non-uppeit
charge, she knew I hat! no mniiej when
we were mniried. As a mntter of fuel.
I she paid the expenses of our wedding
land honejmeoii. Ne, we never would
hnve been married If her met Ik r had
net told us eveij thing would be all
"' "'"cr Against Wife
"I am net bitter ag.iinsi m wile,
we were both foolish, that Is all.-'
"He is right when he snvs I imiil the
wedding expenses," said Mrs. Cepe In
In VhilmlripUm tit trustworthy
p10110 enlcrx leniiili rid.
Wants a Divorce
- X3&Z&.&&V$MiX Jtl
MKS. PKGGY COI'K
reply te this. "I did pay most of the
expenses, but I can hardly picture any
man admitting such n thing.
Yeung Cepe spent three dajs .n jnll
nt Vqntner after the wedding, his father
having had him arrestt-d as a runaway.
The girl's pleadings cnuscd the stern
parent te relent, and the boy get out.
Miss Glndys Smvthe. seventeen-venr-etd
Lansdowne girl, who wns a witness
nt the wedding, snid "the Cepes seemed
the happiest couple ever" at the wed
ding. Thnt is what Mr, Cepe ald en the
wedding ilaj . "I was never happier In
my life." she hnd inbllnnth announced
"You're dog-gene right." echoed her
husband. "It is Ihc best thing we ever
tv" --wzmmg. m&m i
New Distinctive Shapes
v)apphirca and Diamonds
Jadr and Diamond.-
We rnake mirrors, and in consequence
every day some novel design is added te our
The values are bigger than we have been
able te offer for several years.
Special attention is drawn te a handsome
polychrome and gilt mirror 341. x 17 inches
The Rosenbach Galleries
1320 Walnut Street
Fine Picture Framing
litrenTFns nESfWBffs Ar vAKnns or women's and
Cnil DHKX'S APrJ!KL Or TIIK HIGHEST rnARACTER
lOi: MOKB 37. V TWEVTY-SIX YEARS
Very Specially Priced
These are very remarkable values
Quality and making that at once clas
sifies with Petticoats at double this price.
The materials tell the story of superior
Heavy t ;vv dc Lliinc. Milanese, I r.telm
All tailored models superbly made made
Celers arc: American Bcautij, Mohawk, Clwrru,
Emerald, Seal lirewn. Henna, Taupe, Peacock,
Navy and Plenty of Dull, Geed Leeking Black
Your Unrestricted Choice
Velvet Trimmed Hat
In Our Entire Stock
Fer Tuesday Only
jxegarcness et lermer prices
every Velvet Medel Hat in our
entire stock is included without
We specialize in apparel that slenderizes the larger woman.
Stere Hours, 9 te 5.30
NOVEMBER 21, 1921
BUND HERO FOR 'CHEER-UP'
MESSAGES TO WAR DISABLED
Frank Scheblc, Jr., Venn Student Praised by Fech, Says 'Toe
Much Sympathy Can Destroy Aspiratien''
' Ten much sjinpnthy can destroy
nspiratlen teiK, much sympathy can
The force of this trul-m lies In thnt
lit wns mntle by a young mnn who lest
his sight during n battle In the Argnnne
T' CJI...I.1 f t. TIhIimihuiI
1 r rilllK nCHOOIC, .II IHU UIHvinn,,
of Petiusvlvitnin student who exchanged
urcetlngs with Marshal Fecli lnst
Scheblc docs net jet knew what be
will de when he has finished the college
work he hns taken up nfter n lnpse of
thirteen jears but he Is confident.
"The modern attitude toward the
afflicted," lie said today, "should be te
count up whnt they can de. nntl net
te mourn ever what they can no longer
POLICE MUST BE TALLER
5 Feet 8 Inches Minimum for New
Men, Woodruff Announces
Clinten Rogers Woodruff, chnlrman
of the Civil Service Commission, an
nounced today that the height of live
feet seven Inches required of applicants
for the Police Department has been 1
raised te five feet eight Inches, and the '
requirements for firemen from live feet
six Inches te five feel seven Inches 1
Tills clinuge was made because of the !
large number of applications en lile for
the police and tire department. 1)1-
rector Corteljeu and Fire Chief Davis, I
who made the suggestion, feel their ,
departments should get the best possible I
speclmlncs of manhood since there are
se many applications. '
The San Francisce requirements for
pntrelmen was recently inised from five
feet eight Inches te live feet nine Inche". '
de. Last year, when I was camping
In Messnchusetts. I met n young fel
low of tvyenty-three who was net only
blind, but totally paralyzed. That
young fellow managed a fnnn from bis
bed I nsketl him if lie knew where
everything was planted, nnd he re
plied, 'I make them plant things where
I tell them te.' "
Heheble's censtnnt companion and I Klllsen in the right leg. He then took
ntlendant Is his younger brother, hltn te the Episcopal Hospital, where
Ilalph, also n student nt the I'nlver-ilit Is tinder surveillance until he is able
slty. Itelph guides his brother care-1 te appear for a hearing before Magin
fullv from classroom te classroom. ' tratc Delts
The brothers were together when .
Marshal Fech greeted Frank Scheble. NAMED TO CAMDEN BOARD
The marshal said te him, "Yeu are a I . ,,,,, , ,, , .
true American. In that reu ure still 1 Mayer Lllis. of ( nmilen. announced
able te smile."
This Ir the highest requirement
Blind Man's Buff
Has Gene Out of Date
MEN are buying clothes with their eyes
open these days instead of groping around
in a maze of premises and generalities.
are putting clothing values back te normal
with a wallop.
EVERY DAY we are BUT the main point is
making friends galore by i that anything you pick up
our most attractive Super- here is a Super - Value
Values in Clethes for' whether it be a Crombie
Men. Montagnac (made our
OVERCOATS and I way) at $85 or a Frlrc
SUITS of a quality that ' Reefer at $13.50.
men have been accus-
temed te paying censid-lTHAT word SL!PER'
crably mere for, arc sell- j VALUE means a let te
ing here at our Super- you men who are about te
Value prices, $28. $33, $38 ' buy your winter clothes
and $43, it is mere than an elo ele
AND such a variety te . .
. . ,, J , quent phrase, it s a prom-
cheese from. Why we vc
get ever sixty styles efisC that says "Hcre at
overcoats at this Super- Perry's you will get mere
Value price range alone 'for your money than any-
$28, $33, $38 and $43. , where else."
MAKE A ROUND of the geed cloth
ing stores before you decide where te buy.
We prefer te sell te a man who says "I've
been everywhere else in town, new show -me
SUPER - VALUES
in Clethes for Men
Perry & Ce.
16th and Chestnut
( A striking illustration
of our style leadership
It combines comfort
and warmth with style
and appearance. Ab
solutely new grace
ful in line exclu
fl Made in a cemprchen
sive assortment of Im
ported and Demestic
Shetland s, Scotch
Tweeds, Irish Cheviots
and Elysians in most at
tractive shades in plain
and fancy browns, grays
and Levett colors at $55,
$60, $65 and upward.
JACOB REED'S SON'S
M24-W-26 Chnbmt Street
SHOT BY PATROLMAN -
Rowdy Wounded When He Breaks
Away Frem Bluecoat
One man was shot following nn at
tempt of a patrolman te disperse, n.
gang of revulles gathered nt Hnrtr.ell
nnd Cambria streets, about J0:S0 lait
.f li 11 Keen, a patrolman from the
Frent nntl Westmerelnnd streets Bta
tlen, ordered the gnng nwny from tilt
corner and when they refused te mee
nrrested Jehn lOlllsen, twenty. Rorer
street near Indiana avenue. P.lllsen re
sisted antl lils companions attacked the
patrolman, who drew his gun.
At this Fdllsen broke . nwny and
' slatted le inn. Keen lired and shot,
today the appointment of Heward
iiemniiiii. tirj goeus merennni, ns a
of the Heard of Kdiicatlen te
till the place ofe the late Dr. Chnrles P.
m f' Jtr
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