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i (.' liS IS PUZZLED 81 PHILA. SALOONS i BVfcsmra PtBLIO LEfiGBR-PHIL'iiJELPfilA-. FBlftAY, yOVEiBEB 3i5, .1021 & Can't Explain Why 'Seft Drink' Dealers Pay $1,000,000 for LicensQ3 Aftcr-Diiiti&r Triclcs U.S.ACT TAKES PRECEDENCE "wwMnRlen. Ne. 25. Commenting en tlie fact Hint Philadelphia receives 1 000 000 annually as liccnse fees 'under tbe Brooks Mali Wccnse Law, unu.. .n,t,.,i iiv Mm Wenor net, prehi bitien authorities here yesterday we SlTC en one point, and Hint is tlint t,P Federal lnw WKes iireccuciice r inr Suite lnw In tlie mnttcr of prohi bition enforcement. , , . , Th"y ""M lnnKe en,y unofficial mfMOd n te why tmloen men In Phlln ..India t-tlll pnv nn cnormelm nnminl Iconic 'fro nn.l nnd It profitably te stnv !,. l.tisincs tinder the r.mended llroeKs Ilcen'c T-aw. Technically, all the Jinemlcd Kroeki lnw permits them te I-! s "oeft drinks." While declining te venture nn opinion cITliand en the operation of the nmended itroels llish license Law, Itey A. llarncs, Federal Prohibition Comtnls Cemtnls Comtnls dener, stated squarely that under no rondltlens may saloons be authorized by nny State te tell liquors centnlntng mere than one-half .of 1 per cent of nl- W"Tiic fact thnt the Tederal lnw takes nreccdcnce ever the State lnw Is un inwerablc," he said. "Saloons nrc net permitted te tell Intoxicating liquor, and If they de they arc guilty of vio lating the law. "I presume offhand that the fact of h saloon's holding n license te dispense liquors would he the best kind of cvi iHncc of Its guilt." According te Wnyne B. "Wheeler, central counsel of the Anti-Saleen I.eaeue, vhe Is nn authority en prohi bition laws, the Brooks lnw In Pennsyl vania docs net liccnse saloons te sell liquors. It permits them te sell oft drinks nnd it Is for that prlvllege that tliey pay the license, be said. "There can be no question that the ti.fe mnv net license saloons te sell iimmm rnntnlnlne mero than half of 1 per cent." Mr. Wheeler said. "How "Hew .... ii,nrn tn linthinff te nrcvent the .State from licensing them te tell soft drinks. . , ., ... At the time of the adoption of the amended Brooks lnw, Mr. Wheeler said the argument wns advanced that by ii.nBinc f-nlnens te sell soft drinks au therities Mould be greatly aided In keeping trark of them. Otherwise, be said, it wns contended there wns no means b which authorities could keep at their lingers' ends the activities of the saloons. SPROUL ADVISES SCHOOLS TO STUDY ARMS PARLEY Proclamation Calls for Observance of "Educational Week" llarrMntrg, Nev. 2T. (By A. P. l'nm'uhnnla school teachers nre called iiK)ii te impress upon their pupils the eurrmt "mighty events et uisiery Dy Oourner Jpreul in the following proc prec proc hieatlim Issued teduy for "Kducatiensil Week." Whereas, Popular education is one of the prim ipnl aims nnd the chief securi ty of a democracy such ;ih ours, which, like a stream, cannot rie higher than itt source, the intelligent ideals of Its elHternte; nnd Wberea, It teems fitting tlint In the tihteraiiT of Amerlc.iu IMmatlen Wftk r-pcliil attention should be ill KCtetl te Hie public M'hoel lis the one crrat agency in whose hands rest the future of America, let nil who dwell within th" borders of l'cnnsylwinlu ap ap I'rencli tlie observance of this week In Mich spliit of (onvictien ab will eon een Hilutc 'i renewed pledge te the sacred piinclples of demecrnt'j, nntl in such ncclit j of ptirpore as will insure the lierpetuiiMti'i of American ideals. "l'xin our nenrlj .ri0.000 school t'fiPlets I delie te pnrtiitiluily Impress ilii pr :i 'ippeitunlti of observing injdih r ruts of hiwtery In the milking in the girnt t'enfert nee new in session t Wnsliintrteii. nnd T hope tht may fid'eH dust U tlie proceedings from tiny t tin, nntl lead their students into liid of :i c(iiiclne the Importance of ""it n upon tii future of the world may le eenipnrnble enl te the millennium of pence iiml geed will. 'New. tberufuic, I. William Cuni t nn Sprmil, (Sovenier of Pennsylvania, 1 llll tllPii' coiKlitiens til mind, iln lierc. 'J designate nntl proclaim as American Education Wee'c iJccembiT 1 te 10, in- I" he. te be nppiepriatcly observed as ji'li In (he clioels and elsewhere 'lumigneut the Commonwealth." '' Mf) i mimmmmmm, ill S5l 1 Ne. 17 A Disappearing Coin Paste n circular piece of paper te ene edge of u napkin ring or merry-go-round ring, and lay the ring en n sheet of the same kind of paper. The paper pnstcd m tiie ring win appear ns pnrt of tue sheet. Put n celli en the sheet of nncm alongside of the ring. Cever the ring with the hand and lay It en top of the coin. When the hand Is lifted the coin has disappeared, being hidden by the paper Inside the ring. Te bring the coin back cover the rliie nznln. and lift It off. Coptrieht. tilt, bu .Public I.tdger Cempanj DOUBT REPARATIONS PLAN Drltleh Business Chief's Fear Col lapse of Germany Londen, Nev. SKi. The Federation of British Industries Commlttee an nounces that a volume of opinion here is growing te the belief that tbe present reparations scheme is unreliable and that nny nttempt te enferce It will lead te the collapse of Gcrmnny. Thore should be, the commlttce,holdB, a com prehensive agreement of all the Allies, defining the goods nnd services which Clermnny enn provide, nnd Indicating the lines along which German Indus tries can develop without Inflicting serious Injury en the Industries of the allied countries. It Is suggested by the committee that the restoration of the devastated areas might be placed further In German hands nnd tlint Germnn labor might be employed under allied engineers. An An other suggc.itleu mntle Is the transfer ence of obligations between Govern ments Inte obligations between Indi viduals uy the creation of mortgages en German railways and shipping, such securities te be handed evar te the allied Governments, who would dispose of them te individuals. POPE SAID TO SEEK ACCORD Pasparrl Quoted te Effect He la Ready for Italian Reconciliation Londen, Nev. 25. A Central News dispatch from Heme says the newspaper Tempe publishes an Interview with Cardinal Onsparrl, the Papal Secretary of Stnte, who Is quoted as having as serted thnt Pepe Benedict is ready for a reconciliation with Italy. Relations between the Hely See and the Italian Government censed In 1870. when Reme wns Incorporated by royal decrce Inte Italy and made the enpitai of the Kingdom. JURY TO SEE MURDER SPOT Attorneys for Arthur C. Burch te Ask Court te Grant Permission Les Angeles, Nev. 'J.-,. (By A. P.) A visit by the Judge nnd jury te Bev erly Glen, where Bclten Kennedy, broker, Is alleged te hnvc been mur dered, will be inked by attorneys for Arthur C. Burch, charged with the crime. They said they anticipated no oppo sition from the prosecution en such n motion, but added that if their wish wns denied they would endeavor te ac quaint the Court with the geography of the seen" of the alleged murder through pi olegraphs. The reopening of the trlnl today, after the Thanksgiving recces, found nine women and two men tcinpernrll passed ns jurors'. C00GAN ACQUITTED Pottsvllle Man Freed by Jury In Gallagher Death rettsvMIe, Pa., Nev. 2e. Richard E. Coogan was acquitted yesterday of the charge of murder of Richard Gal lagher. . , . At 11 o'clock In the morning the jury i. .-...a l.rn.MlH. T.t.ln ltni enme mie tuuri, iiuuriuuig ni" . L gcr they were divided nnd nsking te be discharged. The Court refused the rp qucst nnd the Jury then asked thnt the ovldcnce of Dr. J. C. Diddle, superin tendent of the Stnte Hespltul at foun tain Springs, be rend te them. This testimony tended te establish the contention of the defense thnt Gnl lagher died from nn nllment net brought about by nny violence be suffered at Coegnn'n bands. Shortly before 1 o'clock the rdlct of net guilty wns rendered. .. Gallagher died at the Pettsvllle Hos pital In October following a conflict be tween himself nnd Coogan, leaving an ante-mortem statement blaming Coogan or bis death. The prosecution clnlmcd that Coogan kicked nnd beat Gallagher. OPPOSES DEBS' PARDON Commander MacNIder, of American Legien,' Wires President Harding iMnsen City, In.. Nev. 35. (Uy A. P.) Ilanferil MncNider, nntlenal com mander of the American Legien, yester day wired n message te President Hard ing protesting against the pardon of Kugcnn V. Debs. Commander Mac Nlder's message te President Harding is: "The American Legien of men and women, who offered their lives te pre tcrc the integrltv of this country, re speetfully ask that no leniency be shown thec trnlters who stabbed tliiiu In the back while they were giving their all te their (eiintry. If pardon Is granted te Debs or ethers uilrlj nnd Tustlv ennUoted of trensen or sedition during tbe time when the Natien's very life as at stake, the IInch of the-e American bes 'who He en the liilds of France nnd these who lie broken In the hespltnls and the homes of till" country have bicn uselessly sacrificed nnd our service has. indeed, been ghen in aiu." Let Fatima smokers tell you ymf "v, lilll m1 saJS i mwmmm A 'Nothing else wili de" tr' FATIMA CIGARETTES TWENTYfer but taste the tcrcncc Liggett & Myers Tobacco Ce. Bring The Family! This Is A Family Clothing Stere Magical prices wonder values nt tract bargain wise shoppers fur nntl near. Thi.s is an event of such magnitude that te cempaic it with nny ether sale ib impossible. Heed the call! S.ie money! Attend tins wile ! Veu will re member the qualltv long after the low prlce Is forifetten. T.etue your purse home. OUIl KASV PAYMENT Plan will take care of our purchase. Jjr Buy your Winter WOlTlPnSVl T, COAT, rr viukii DE.ss, etc., new. Kvciy style, every material, cvciy trimming Is included in our as sortment. COATS n6-50flnd?24-50 SUITS n2'50flnd?29-50 Dresses ?18,50anif$2950 FURS-S: Bay Seal Coats,?13950 Marmet Coats, ?99 50 Men Here is an assortment of ex cellent nil-wool and worsted fabiics; single nntl double models; attractive new pat- i few at these prices, stock in all sizes. breasted terns. Net just but n tremendous Actual values S35 nnd $10 $29-50 d $34.50 ?nvc Vn'uea absolutely in--Oy& comparable. Sturdy clothes styled te suit "Senny" and pi iced te suit his thrifty parents. $g.50 "rf $g.50 amm N I tS 14 te 30 LOOSE-LEAF LEDGERS 1 l Jdua LfiniiAi - H&rM Ul KeP C'ortlurev blntllng, red baclc anil cernerf. 200 Phcct3 nntl Index com plete. OUxllTi He, price, S13.00. Complete line of Cnmmerclnl Stiitlenery, Tranufcr Illntler. !tln tlenkii, Columnar Slieete, 2 te IftO relumns cnrlij I.edRrr Miretn, Minute Hoekn. Hpeclnl Blank Henk anil Hinder te order. Olllce l'lirnlture. $8 .50 It Cesls LessenArchSlrcct HARRY B. LEVIS 702 Arch Street JlQiL l i I -ue. wxutj VTcsAvjr nw - - i ir-j irn v.wrsr't v & wnatoecta Y UK xiJ llf m d Etijey Your New Clethes Today Net Fomerrow ! BUY m CREDIT Women' Coats and Suit $17-5ote75 Men's Suit and Overcoat s20 H PHILA.'S LARGEST EXCLUSIVE CREDIT CLOTHING STORE Open Friday and Saturday Evenings CHAPIRO'CJ Vh? 929ArchSt. P i-s ae rer tneir own sere threats "X wml tn rnntrmtiiI.Tfr vmi. Docter, en the trrcat success I hear you arc having with j our threat cases. I m self have attacks of inflamed threat every winter, can't seem te get rid of them . v isn you would take a leek at mine and tell me what te de. "I guess, Docter, I will have te introduce you te Fermamint a real geed threat antiseptic with which ou will keep the soft tis sues in an almost constant antisepfic bath, because jeu will find Fermamint pleasant and convenient enough te use frequently. I find that the average patient will readily dissolve Iermamint in hii mouth every hour or se, and you knew hew hard it is te get them te use gargles or spraya consistently, even two or three times a day, especially children . "Fermamint tablets certainly relieve sere threats and are head ing off a let of tonsillitis for me, but I am even mere interested in their prophylactic power, and 60 I am advising my patients te use them freely during the threat and influenza season te prevent infection.'! RemmMf J by limit ijkeiIiiIi. phjikltet, dniul tad drujtuU. will hardly be mtiird from your weekly living espentei. You'll find the whole family pleated wild tbe drant(ei that our dicnified credit irilem give GATELY & FITZGERALD 619 Market St. Heme l'iipnllier OIM.N H Ml IlllW redlt ( tntlilrr J I MNtiS ' tbtWwK m I I V "l ' renttA Albert M. Greenfield & Ce. GERM-FIGHTING THROAT TABLETS ' Jfcrmmitienr trade marV. Itidtutifirtorrpreduet. Bif Chfra.Ce ,IneN.Y mmmimamiiUmizjuwBK N-E--y tl'e CHO-hll invl'eii the miiefct'r te tj-ll" Otiinh in clgantte ends. I'ttt thr rwnt- ctte in the enn.hi: hole and out it tjeci A'e smell, no tvwkr, ve ash t U w n dflinnffriJ if he tviihci te re-light the eiyar-ctlc. Ob cfef ASHTRM A Gift te Warm tlie Cockles of HisHeart if The first improvement en the -i 1 1 tt.n siiKe gentl Sir W.ilfci discovered the blcM'd weed. I'utiiiied in u.iint potter; ; or in mahegan; w.dimr or oak finish with Milid br.is fitting. As ,1 table ti:i or as a Miniki-r's stand. S2.00 teSlO.00. IamiiH' a CHO-KR at anv of tht hotter depart ment or furniture stores, gifts or smoke shops, etc. TUT GRIITIN CIIO-KR CO.. Philadelphia 3120 Market Street $& m Geed "bye te the rubber Sac" VT-- narVNTKU ts3V 13 IWJJ -' l!ttwwrffin1Hrjrffi'g Gees a month without a drink An ideal gift that will last a lifetime. Lfie marvelous f The Fountain Pen teilh the I title Red Pump-Uandlt Get your Dunn-Wen at your dealers' today! S. J. Matchett, 31)20 Chestnut St., Philadelphia I'liLvreN nicj TnE DUNN-PEN COMPANY. 300 MADISON AVENUE, NCW YORK A Complete Rml Estate Institution Property Management Property Management is prompt collection of rent, papering a room or house, or mortgage interest. mere than tlie repairing a reef, paying a tax bill In the management of properties for our clients net only are all the dbe'c details efficiently and economically cared for by us, but we constantly aim te get the most out of a property, according te its possibili ties, and te give the owners the benefit of our recommendations and judgment. Throughout the city are many properties whichtwere greatly increased in value for the owners as a result of our recommendations. The old Mutual Life Insurance Building at Tenth and Chestnut, new the Victory Build ing the Thomsen Building, I I 18-1 120 Chestnut Street the Almar Building, 1031 1033 Chestnut Street stores and apart ments at Fifteenth and Columbia Avenue the business corner at Bread and Erie numerous business properties en Fifty-second the business row en Chclten Avenue above Gcrmantewn Avenue these are some of the properties improved and in creased in value as a result of our manage ment. ALBERT M. GREENFIELD & CO. I 5 th & Chestnut Streets fieinrh Otfirc 1 S I'itlh Flvrt MjjjjjIjjM VI I . I rt ft l CM NATIONAL fABPET STORES -623 M"?1 STJ $c-eut 3 SeSMEHni and s Entire Stock of a New Yerk Jobber which we havp just purchased nt an extreme sacrifice from een his low price e turn a') our sa niijs ever te ou in the most sensational sale of fleer ceenngs ever announced in this citv Seamless Velvet Rugs K p(-fi nn I ?t r ( j r u f.iprtlen nt licnii t Iful pqrtin an'1 'iler Miltubli' fur ,i in run n aluc S3") .00 9x12' . $30.00 Value 8.3'10.fi" 25.00 Value 7.6"9 . . $20.00 Value (J xU S3.00 alue 27 34" 18.50 $15.00 $I2.00 ...U.75 Genuine Inlaid Linoleum Recular S2.50,2l .JI qualil, colersi ke through te hack NOW per sq. rd. yifa bruic BTr t i.urimnti Cerk Lineleums Leng per su. Kemuants j tl. Axminster Rugs "'wprrli juali't run hlRlt hfantlfiil pnitrnm nml a i ') l Tnrlt i f loin S 10.00 ahie 9x12 S3S.00 Value 8.3 xlO'.G" .. S2.-..00 Value 6x9' S3.00 Value 27"x54" PREPAID MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY! FILLED AUTO DELrVFRY IN CITY AND CAMDEN 25.00 $21.98 $14.00 $1.98 Special Sale of tflMIl III II a (ONGOLEUM hi ' yd. ( ut from full rolls Congeleum j a ie e fl lit NOW "frtiiiiU ( "Let Our Stores Cever Yeta Floert" STORES MARKIT 5Tr-rllDElPHIA $7.50 $6.00 Bell 'Phene KAJIKtT 81 Keyttone 'Phene UAIK 76t Stere Saves Yeu Mere" I l n a .lllJfcrSt-CrlllH LfK3 R5T' iwiitiSSSfM -IX.