Kueni public Seftger
PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1921
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MAYOR BUYS ( HIUSTMAS SKALS. After making nn
appointment te see Mnyer Moere, Miss Evelyn Dimmick
rppearcti as a representative of Philadelphia Health Council
DAUGHTERS OF BRITISH PREMIER.
Mrs. Cary Evans (front) and Miss Mo Me
Kan Lloyd Geerge at Bournemouth, Eng.
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west corner of Bread and Chestnut streets. It was tern down in 1897 te make way for the present structete.
At the left is n glimpse of old Lafayette Hetel. Have you an old Philadelphia photegrnph? Send it te the
' Evening Public Ledger.
A WONDERFUL PET. Eugene Eislcn, of East Orange. N. J.,
photographed with a blue-ribbon White Brahma rooster at a
Newark poultry show ioyteni view
IN AMERICA'S FIRST POGO RACE. It was staged en Fifth avenue, New Yerk, en Thursday. Th
winner, Madge Merritt, is at the left. The ether contestants nre Doleres Reusee, Sherlcy Vernen,
Blanche Mchuffey and Gertrude Mitchell
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MME. CATHERINE BRESHKOVSKY, known a.i
the "Grandmother of the Russian Revolution.'
She is new living at Prague
MISS MARY CARROLL R0
LIN. She's selling Christmn
seal stamps. lt'? a buy life
WILLIAM MURPHY, captain
of the Central High Scheel ec
STARTS ON NEW DUTIES. Jehn G. Williams., presi
dent of the Philadelphia Real Estate Beard, was photo
graphed at his desk
I-N SCHOOL CAST. Mibs Mary Steir as a court musician in
show given by the Dramutic Club of the Germantown High Scheel.
A number of productions have been given this term
ELMER D. BALL, of Iowa, repicsenUj
at Arms Conference cenuai Nr'1,
TO FACE bHIPBl IIDIM. INVESTIGATION.
( harles W. Merse agrees te --nil from Havre te New
"if rk en Monday if net am.ted. He's under guard
AT THE LEFT WHO IS IT? Charlie Chap
lin had te lemain quiet a few hours while Mrs.
C 'are Sheridan, English sulptr5ss, worked
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lMISS JIAY ROGERS, 3G77 Stanten street, operating a machine at GETTING .READY t ja "; s' a " s't H n surgeon te hell them. They braved the rain te niuke their appli- Mend, Demer, is attending Mcth
ESBiSi Aii?rfn Knltfln.; Mills. Twenty-Bccend street and Lehigh avenue. children who want the 0.AtUluIVrn will visIt Philadelphia seen edist home mission sessions
. The yarn is beinf transferred from skein te cones
SAMUEL T. HOLT, a teller at the Cern Exchange National Bank, vrheij
he has been for eighteen years. He is married, has three children and
lives in Chew street, Germantown
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