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ij: 5t Sr'A'""'1', -" " f'WPSS SCWn r -V' 7 tell! t IN TRIPLE MURDER Weman Twice Divorced Frem Accused Man le One of ' the Victims "PAPA DID IT," BOY CRIES j nr he Associated Press ., mimlimn, 0-. Ner- 21. An cle ment ct mystery today continued te mrreund the triple murder Saturday alint nt Cuha n Ti,laB nenr hcre' ? whlcbOHver Vandcrvert, need thlr !!. tw0, who claims te be n fur dealer of 'this city, Is being held en a murder ' Be far police ntitherlttea have been .M te find the gun with which the iCtlng was .lone. Vanderrert's ten-vSr"oW-en Oliver and two younger v.nVrvert children witnessed the latins When questioned about the Klnj; Oliver told the police, "Papa dlMr Jeff Whitlow, aged fifty-seven, J. of the victims, alee told the au Xrities en her deathbed that Vnn Vnn Vlerrert had done the sheeting, after hi had come te her beuse In an in nrleated condition and had started a AtiVrrel. The ether victimM were her Shter, Bertha Whitlow Vandrrvert, 22 thirty, twice divorced from Van Van Xrrert. the second time only recently, ind Heward Besler, aged twenty-four. Mid te have been a caller en Mra. nn- Vandervert disclaims responsibility for the murders, claiming he is the li,Hm of circumstances In having been found at the scene. LAPNeTbURIAL WEDNESDAY Jirvlew for Fermer Real Estate Man t Laurel Hill Cemetery runsral services for Leuie J. Lad fr. flfty-ene years old, who died at 111 heme at Mount Helly Springs Frl 'dir. will be held Wednesday afternoon t b o'clock at the chapel et Seuth lanrel Hill Cemetery. Interment will be In North Laurel mil Cemetery. Mr. Ladner was the seu of the late Majer Leuis J. Ladner and wan born jn this city January 8. 1871, nnd re vived his education here. He was one engaged In the real estate buelnese and was at one time connected with the Commonwealth Trust Company. U was active in National Guard elrelcs and served In the Spanish Amcr icin war. During the late war he was appointed by Governer Brumbaugh as a member of the Pennsylvania Council of National Defense and Committee of Public Safety. "MOONSHINE" KILLS MAN Themas Byren, a Tailor, Dlee Frem Weed Alcohol Poisoning Jfoenahlne whisky, containing a high lcrcentage of weed nlcobel, was respon respen Hble for the death of Themas Byren, n Ufler, forty-six years old, 2S0U East Clearfield street, yesterday morning at Northeastern Hospital. Dr. Heward Weed, reddent physi cian at the hospital, raid that the whisky Byren drank contained 72 per rent weed alcohol. Saturday nlgbt Jehn Mllllevl, of 3026 Miller ctreet, and I'rank Walsh, of 8050 Almend street, found Byren lying en the steps in front of his tailor shop at Belgrade and Ann rtreets. 'Polices of the Belgrade and Clearfield streets fetatien were notified And Byren was removed te the hecpltnl, w'lere he died. S& 82 HOTEL ADELPHIA Chettnat at 13th Stnmt Htnrl Merlin frumli Arneld Jehnsen's Amtrlen't Bart Dpncm hlviic What is your feet trouble? See us! Improved Cushion Sele Arch Support Shoes and Oxfords Relieve Fallen Arches and I'Ut Feet n.oe te Improved Cushion Arch Support $2.00 te S3.80 :?! Writ for Cutaleru. nd Men- .mk mmis: neney rtmnneu u no! "1 M I ftf rffrr Improved Cushion Shee Stere we e Women's .BUM... Sizes.... 37 Se. 9th St. Phils.. Perm. Us OPPOSITE .FOSTOPFiCE sssjl khL KlieumaM l Painfw I Pains I jh Heel I cured btil Icausedby wfltudinay Vanterier drch nditier 13-00 m ) . r.vcm It,: A Atbmduitt JW' AfSS rjjv All Brown 1 Wbdr ' leather V e e e a CHURCH FIFTY YEARS OLD Cardinal at Gelden Jubilee of Sacred Heart Parish Colorful ceremonies marked the golden Jubilee of the parish of the Sacred Heart, celebrated yesterday la the Church -of the Sacred Heart, Third nnd Heed streets. Cardlnnl Dougherty was a special guest at the celebration. Frem Third nnd Merris streets he was escorted te the church by parochial societies bear ing United States flags nnd papal ban ners. A detachment of pollen from the Twenty-fifth District escorted the Car dinal's automobile. The Junier Hely Name Band of St. Menlca'a parish headed the precession, A large throng greeted the Cardinal when he arrived ut the church. A neng of wclcome was sung by 800 children from the Sacred Heart Parochial Scheel, each girl wearing a brilliant red bow In her hair and each boy a red ribbon In his coat lapel. CHINESE SING T.0 PRISONERS Nine Render Christian Hymns In Cellroem at Central Station Nine Chinese boys sang Christian hymns for the prisoners in thp cell room of Central Station lust night. The Innovation was arranged by IMgar C. Clymcr. ergnnlzer of Christian! Lndenver societies, who has been de voting much times in the attempt te inake Christians of Chinese here. Michael White, n vaudeville performer, who happened te be in City tlnll when Mr. Clymer nnd the Chinese boys ar rived, aided them In singing for the prisoners. Earlier In the evening the Chinese youths sang at services In the Central "?. M. C. A., 1-121 Arch street. (ewftfefy ep WHEN Grandma was asirlahohadteget up in the morning and "start a fire" that's why she, especially,appreclates the Simplex Sunbewl Ra diator. Nowadays she just at taches the Sunbewl te an electric light socket and enjoys real comfort, secure from the chilly weather outside. Sometimes Grandma dozes off te sleep and leaves the current turned en but It's safe. Theheatcan only reach a certain degree. Let it bring comfort into your home. A I Jjeur Jtaltr't Simplex Electric Heating? Ce. C.mtmdce, Mm ELECTR1CSUNBOWI, VlfBlMT'l -Jr S III Simplex ALBERT D. LASKER Chairman of United States Shipping Beard, Emergency Fleet Corporation, SAYS "It is the Popular Way" ADMIRAL WM. F. BENSON Of the United States Shipping Beard, Emergency Fleet Corporation, SAYS "It is the Proper Way" WASHINGTON OFFICE The U. S. Shipping Beard 19 & B Sts., N. W., Washlngten.D.C 0 CAMDEN OFFICE "Fairview," Camden, N. J. lEVENItfG PUBLIC DR. BOLTON BACKS PARLEY 3ay If People Speak Arms Confer ence Will Be for Peace The "dawn of international peace and geed will" te being witnessed In Washington, the Iter. Dr. ,T. Gray Bolten, pastor of Hepo Presbyterian Church, told 1600 officers nnd men of the United States Navy at a service yesterday In the Philadelphia Navy Yard. "The greatest opportunity confronts the world In Washington," Dr. Bolten said. "It Is the question of human progress or war; of saving civilization or lapsing back te barbarism. Secretary Hughes'- speech shows our here dead did net dle in vain. Militarism Is crushed, never te rise again. The man The Six Big Divisions of Library Bureau Service tlbnur Berciu tug for 45 jers eathfled th fllin tad record need et sunu factum, bank, (neunnce companies, teUiteti, and prtcUcjiUj eery ether kind etbutlnesiand vrofMiten luge and small. . Special Service Aniljils Service Induing Service Statistical Service 2. Specialized Departments Bank Department Government Department Jnanrance Department library Department J. Filing Systems Alphabetic OeotTaphle Numeric LJ3. Automatic Index Subject 4. Card Recerd Systems L.B. Sales Recerd L J. Stock Recerd t.B. Card ledger t JJ. Visibls Recerd File 5. Cabinets Weed and Steel Card Index cabinets Counter-night units Horizontal units ' LJ3. Card record deiks Vertical units 6. Supplies Cards Over 1 ,000 styles of plain index and btedc forms Felders I,.n. Reinforced feldera PUin and tab felderj Guides Plain, printed and coUe- leided Removable label cuidea Metal tip gulden MSsif S I v Ih1 nssjBagi3raw.iF imvttxnmmJBVBAA' tiiJr2ZWl!2ZI2W . -.TT1'HHVUHICT FlrTKIWI'JRKW j "smtmws fflffl I 1UIJ ELMER SCHLESFNGER General Counsel of United States Shipping Beard, SAYS "It is the Right Legal Way" THIS MEANS THAT UNCLE SAM IS GOING TO SELL 1578 beautiful Houses at "Fairview," Camden, N. J. 320 beautiful Houses at "Harri'man," Bristel, Perm. Artistic brick, detached, semi-detached and attached houses, built during wartimes te attract the best type of empleye cost was no object new te be sold by Jeseph P. Day, Auctioneer, te highest bidders, at Public AUCTION commencing Saturday, Dec. 10, at 1 P. M., en the premises at "Fairview," Camden, N. J., and every day and evening thereafter until the last house is sold at Camden and then at Bristel, Pa. Booklets ere in press. Fer further particuhrrs write te Jeseph P. Day at any e; the following offices; "ti-m L"'T;'VY - 67 Liberty Street, LED(iERPHiLADEIiPHIA, MONDAY, or nation that aids peace will be blessed by coming generations. "The dawn of peace and geed will Illuminates the Oapltel at Washington. The humnn race is en trial. What will be the result? If the people of the world speak It will be for peace." Wemen In Camden Pulpltn Women occupied the pulpits of two Camden churches last evening. Mrs. Frederick W Matthews preached te n large congregation In the Second Pres byterian Church, Fourth nnd Bensen streets. She Is the wlfd of the pastor of the church. She took as the subject of the sermon, "What n Weman Can De." At the Bethany Methodist Church, Tenth and Cooper streets, Mm. J. Mer cer Hunt, wife of the pastor, took as her subject, "The Master's Call." R. H. Macy & Ce., Inc. say: "Ourrecerd vault became overcrowded and unwieldy. We considered carefully recom mendations from several equipment manu facturers, and finally decided upon Library Bureau. "The special filing equipment recommended by Library Bureau net only saved us several thousand dollars ever the recommendations of ether manufacturers but also accommo dated several years' additional records with out increasing the vault area. The space V"a saved we consider even mere valuable thi the actual money saved in the installation." w Twe-fisted saving! Can't you, tee, reduce file Every healthy business your business hau "growing pains." New conditions must be met quickly and with least possible friction; old conditions must be remedied te keep step. Yet, ene of the most impor tant sources of waste the filing department is usually given last consideration. Step Guessing When bave you last person ally looked into the condition of your tiling and record systems? Arc they the well-oiled business building systems they should be or are they dangerous profit leaks? Are you satisfied with your files just because your buzz for a letter is promptly answered? Time and again lest sales, lest accounts, bad debts, injudicious buying, over stocking, slew collections and ether profit-devouring evils arc traced te inade Library Bureau Founded 1876 Plans H Makes iCnrd and filing systems Cabinets Supplies! M. W. MONTGOMERY, Manager 910 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia Telephone s Hell 3334 nnd Main 1301 JOSEPH W. POWELL President of United States Shipping Beard, Emergency Fleet Corporation, SAYS "It is the Only Way" MEYER LISSNER Commissioner, United States Shipping Beard. Emergency Fleet Corporation, SAYS "It is the Best Way" siuctiuncer New Yerk City CONDUCTOR FOILS ROBBERY 8elzea Passenger Who Grabs Coin Bex and Holds Him for Police When a Pine street trolley car reached Ninth street last night about 10 o'clock a passenger presented his fare te the conductor, Leuis Kramp, 1511 North Wilten street. Kramp low ered his head te make change, and as he did se the passenger struck him and attempted te tear loose the coin boxes strapped around the conductor's wntst. Kramp yelled, grabbed bis assailant and held him until Policeman Butler arrived. At the Twelfth and Pine streets station the prteehcr said he was Wil liam Jenes, Seuth Schell street, ne was charged with attempted larceny and iiBMtttlt and battery. department costs? quate or faulty filing and record systems. If you think of Library Bureau merely as makers of filing equip ment and supplies, you are doing yourself and us an in justice. What L.B. can de for you Library Bureau Is helping te solve problems in connection with every kind of business administration from the gigan tic task of initiating a system for the handling of the Veterans' Bureau records te the devising of a methed for dentists te keep a record of their patients. If you have problems in con nection with sales records, stock records, correspondence filing systems, LJ). places at your command its 45 years' expe rience. It will pay you te see an L.B. salesman. A phone call will bring ene of our representatives . H installs! PHILADELPHIA OFFICE The U. S. Shipping Beard J 14 North Bread St., Phila., Pa. BRISTOL OFFICE "Harriman," Bristel, Pa. NOVEMBER, 21, 1921 STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER CLOVER DAY ft These Are a Few of the Additional Specials Which Should Make' the Second Clever Day as Busy as the First Te-morrow will be another wonderful day throughout the Stere. Many new Clever Specials are added te the leta that were in quantities sufficient for both days. Therefore, the variety will be practically as great, and the values fully as attractive en the second day as en the first. This is the month when every department is exceedingly busy en Clever Day apparel, home furnishings and all articles of utility are in great demand, and thousands are buying ornamental as well as practical gifts. Every One of These Specials Is Far Belew tlw Regular Price This Is Only a Partial List There Are Hundreds of Others Tf you were net here again te-morrow! Miscellaneous Wardrobe Trunks Excellent Value--$21.00 Theco dependable Trunk at w notable savin. Stun l(hx21xis Inches, Kwdrebe rtyle, oenrc nlently arranged Beeks for Yeung Felk. Men and Women Save Boekn In wliVi and varted assort ment, many that would be Just th thlnsr for BlftB Ml far below regu lar price. Colored Silk Umbrellas A Great Saving at $4.65 Wemn'n ftnp UmbrMlan of ga;-' colored Bilk. fitted with bakelife handle. Kxrnllent for irlftfl. Distinctive Necklaces Half Price New $1.50 In fact, maTij arp lews than half price Handsome N'er-klace of beadr and metal linka in leveh colorings and designs French Pearl Earrings Notable Value 50c pr. Pearl Bead Butten Earring. ffeld-dllcd harks. Werth double an7 mere. Geld Pocket Knives Wonderful Value $5 Solid Celd Pocket Knives, con- enlent medium size, engrave! handle, fan he trern en chain e" cord. Fine Silver-plated Rell Trays New $3.00 A gift suggestion ! One of thefie handsome Rell Tray, In pierced dealim. Leather Suit Cases Under Price $8.95 of brown cevhlrtc, t atreip and exceptionally ncll made. ISs tra deep. 24 Inches lenr. Floating Castile Seap Remarkable Value 52c T.arffe bars of this tlne Castile f-'eap at a worth-while s.iNlnp. Cocoanut Oil Shampoo A Great Saving at 25c Ir fnc, F"edec "'nrnanut Ol! Phampoe Is worth double the Clever price. Many will antici pate their needs. Rese Peroxide Cream Four-ounce Jars 38c An excellent P. fc f. Special Com plexion Cream for mtusagc or for chupped hands and faces. Kepdry Household Aprons, Special 15c Watorpre'if HouselieM Aprena of rMhbr-baeked cloth which house keepers find se useful. Stationery Cabinets Excellent Value $1.65 Pretty Cabinets rtl'ed with 1Q0 sheets of hcay white Writing: Tavier In llnen-tUiish. nnd 1 r'0 En velopes .vith pointed flaps. Butterscotch Wafers Away Under Price 32c fSrewn-ups ii'.rt ch'ldreri like, there Mnn "' I", buy "e'eriil peunrli at this lox price - 01c . pound. - A Small Let of Cotten Filet Lace 7c ! I In medium tilth, for can.lseles send ta: flirt mesh -,ve-k 2000 Yards of Narrow Ribbons 12c a Yard Pleet-edce. two tone Hlhbenn. " e'.e'en different co.er combinations Fashionable Trimming Tassels 15c and 20c! T,irce nd neillim sizes In fie riftlrab'.e Mack Babies' Heed Stroller Ge-Carts new .S23.90 T Isht and eas running: reclln l.g buck and adjustable front. Dolis'GeCarts Save One-fourth $3.25 Beautiful iTe-''a:ts -''ith rea rub'eer-tred wheels Ceaster Express Wagons new $6.90 llnndseniu. well-made WaRent, with roller-bearlng wheels. fii.t H31 Inches. Selected Repainted Gelf Balls $3.50 dozen An unusually Reed grade that would ordinarily sell at $5.00 a deren Sold only In lets of ene dozen for J3 B0. Official Basket Balls slightly imperfect $5 Cowhide cover. The Imperfec tions are tee slight tc amount te anything. Excellent Balls for prac ticethe kind that would other wise sell for threi times this price. to - day, te - day, be sure te come te-morrow Women's Apparel of All Kinds Greatly Under Regular Prices Tailored Tricetine Dresses new $12.75 Tunic models In black and na.?. made with vwrtee and trimmed will. ancy braid. Seft SatirTTunic Dresses new $15.00 In black, navy and dark brown. Three-quarter-length aleeves, round and square necklines, trimming of c.lustern cf tucks, Serge and Peiret Twill Dresses new $18.75 Ceat, basque and tunic models, embroidered In silk or trimmed with flat hrald. Serge in black and navy Peiret twill 1n black, navy and dar'. brown Fiftv Fine Tailored Suits new $20.00 .'evlet, sllver-flppcd burella and Hilvertene, n belted and Btralghf line effects , notched and con vertible cellars. Black, navy and Oxford gray. Smart Tailored Tweed Suits new $23.75 Samples wonderful value. Belt ed models with plaited and yoke barks. Blue, tan and green Tricetine and Tweed Suits new $22.50 Medium-weight Suits at less than : alf price. Various belted and un belted models Black, nav; . blue, tan and brewr. 15 Fur-cellar Belivia Weave Coats $30.00 RRDL-CHD ONR-THIRD. Twe smart models, one In loose-hack '.'vie, the ether belted. Beth Tilth beaverette cellar and silk - 'Ineci throughout Three-quarter-length Ceals new $22.50 ll-areund-belteri model of reel jm brown cloaking, delichtfuih "oft and warrr, and silk-l'nec throughout, SlurtslnPIaids and Stripes new $5.00 Mmc former!) doable thla price Made in plaited stlc). Alse some Serge Skirts and a few Pepllr Sklrtj in raw and Mack. Fine Batiste and Voile Blouses new $2.50 .nii -tailored fir Ih. tcert. nuehed -e'tv color, alpn 'aoc 'aec rimmed r St and f-r: effecti. Broken LotseFwhite Blouses new $1.50 Trimmed and sml-tnilered t e rls. several with colored cellar ane cuffs Men's and Yeung Men's Clothing Remarkable Clever Day Savings nan, bchallner 5c Marx Overcoats $39.50 Of tin.' all-Aeo! fa'.nic-. faultlcbslj tailored in the emarW -iryips for men and jeuiiff men. Wenderful ' alue. Men's Overcoats at $18.50 and $27.50 Men's and YeunK Men's Ulster, and Ulriterettcs of handsome rabnes, at saving., that average one-third. Practically all sixes. Alce and Wickham Overcoats $34.00 Distinctive new Ulsters and Vlstercttcs. tailored with pains taking care, of fine all-wool fabric-. Extraordinary value! Suits with Extra Trousers $22.00 J-.ued, well-tailored all-wool Suit., h, neat dark mixtures. Prac tically n complete range of Mzcs. worth one-half mere Suits with Extra Trousers $26.50 ' tT rvnt,v 8t.v,.c' of standard worsted fabric. Werth ever one-third mere. Regular, stout, abort, tall and slender sines Suits at Half Price $12.50 and $17.50 Odd lets from our regular stock reduced one-half for auick i?erratmentNOt W eWy but an excclIent "S i2 the Men's Odd Trousers, from Suits $5.75 Fine Suits Tailored le-measure, $45.00 ur regular utaff of I'uBtem Ta' er.s will make a Suit from your choice of 40 dlfferenr patterns ter ene-third lers than the UHual price. Men's Knitted Four-in-hands- 55c Very close te half price for th.s Popular Neckwear ln the smartest of new patterns and colorings. Many Imported Dells at Less Than Half Price 35c te $5.00 Jointed Baby DeIIb and Character Della, purchased at s nrlen. cencesbipn from an ever-stocked importer. Ust year these delJi were sold for two, three and four times these prices. i5; If you were here, come W. B. Corsets LesB Than Half Price 95c Of ilnV oeuttl. semi-elastic top, 'entf hlpa, free hip pa.ce, Odd Lets of Fine Corsets Reduced $4.95 Discontinued models, including our Trench Jessies, W. B. Cerseta and ethers. MANY WORTH DOU BIR AND MORE. Warm Flannelette Night Gowns new 85c Tour hundred Night CJo-wne In p'nk and blue striped effects. Muslin Underwear Reduced One-Fourth Seven hundred garments, In cluding Night Gowns, Petticoats, Pajamas and Envelope Chemises ail In broken slues. Philippine Envelope Chemises new $1.85 Hand-made, hand-scalloped and and -embroidered. Silk Jersey Pantalets Five Hundred at $1.95 Made with a shirred cuff. In black and colors, 11.95. Twe uundre3 In extra Hires at J2.05. Gray Transformations and Switches $6.95 K great reduction en these, flne Wavy Gray Switches and Trans formations. Broken Lets of Silk Blouses new $4.95 Crepe Georgette and Crepe de ""nine Blouses and Ovcr-BIeuses, n flesh, white and light ehades. 'Neatly under price. Three Hundred Pongee Blouses new $2.65 Tailored and semi-tailored, with arleus sliaped cellars. American Fex Animal Scarfs new $20.00, $30.00 and $40.00 .n b'ack and brown tenea Seme r double effect, ethers open and 'nt-d with crepe meteor Levely Fur-trimmed Millinery new $5.00 WORT" riOl'BI.K Yeung wom wem " wll' be delighted with these .-mar' Hats with velvet crowns and fur cdgei nnd prettily embroidered .i d trtmniM with made flowers. Fine "Queen Make" Heuse Dresses $1.65 Ve hundred Heuse Dressen of :r.pd gingham nnd figured and striped percale .Sizes 38 te 46. 200 Men's Percale Shirts new $1.10 Remarkable value. Made by one of our eldest suppliers. In a variety of new btrlpe effects. Seft Felt and Velour Hate $3.15 The Felt Hats at about half price The Velour Hats at lesa than hiJf prlee. New styles.