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,-, ! ft , 7 . i r Conference Facing Clash en Submarines Continued from P 0ne rleus nntlennl groups nlse nrc mere or less obscure, but the UrltlMi wiy they iinfct fortlflcntiens te be mndc the bud wt of still another special treaty, con cen finMl te the Unttd States. .Tnpnn and ?he Netherlands. They believe that rent Hrltnm need net be n party te tht treaty, as the only fortifications she Ima In Pacific waters are at Hongkeng en the mainland of Asia. Speedy Action Expected Delegates definitely hope for com motion of all their major tasks by the nd of tbe year, There are Indications I hat Japan Is about ready te accept the r,.r..3 naval ratio proposal. The Conference Is Se far ndvanoed inward the achievement of Its announced objectives that In virtually every vlslt Ine delegation discussion of homeward lestrvatlens hat become n matter of Immcdlate Importance. All of the British delegates with the exception of Sir Vucldand Geddci, Britain's Ambassador here, have errnnged te sail for home De rembcr 31 en the steamship Olympic, .ding that the main Issues of the Con ference will have been disposed of b. that time. In making this announcement to te Hv a British spokesman said that while there was no positive indication that the work of the Conference would be finished by the last day of the year, the British believed that all the big auctions will have been decided and the lesser mutters may safely be left for the consideration of the Ambassa dors who arc resident here. Should any questions arise, which, in the judg ment of the Ambassadors, appear te re (iiilrc special direction from home of fices, they can readily be consulted by cable, it was said. llcjend the actual work of the Con ference itself the British were repre sented as feeling that the prcsence of the delegation was net necessary, even In connection with the Shantung mat ter which is being dealt with in di rect "converi-atiens" between the Chinese und Japanese delegates, as sisted by American nnd British experts, it was suggested from a Hrltlsh source today that a sub-committee might lin ger after the Conference adjourns te deal with the matter. If the conversations nrc fruitless in bringing nbeut n direct settlement of the Shantung problem, the ltritlsli dele gates say the Chinese delegates have It within their power te bring the mat ter directly before the Conference. TO RATIFY TREATY, HITCHCOCK SAYS WasMngten, Dec. 12. Senater Hitchcock, tanking Democratic member' of the Senate Committee en Foreign Relations. he directed the fight for the ratification of the Treaty of Ver sailles ajid the League of Nations, said Inst night that in his opinion there Is nn question but that the fnur-1'ewcr treaty for pence In the Pacific will be ratified by a vote that will largely ex ceed the three-fourths majority required b the Constitution. Senater Hitchcock raid lie approved the treaty because, in his opinion, there is nothing in it that would jiiftif.v him In opposing it. "I have only read the treaty text as printed in the newspapers," said Sen Sen aeor Hitchcock, "and I see no reason for oppe'iiis it, and I nt the same time Fee no reason for enthusing ever it. It reminds me of the sajing that it is poed enough what there is of it and dinncli of it such as it is." While some of the ether Democratic le.ulers today announced that tliej would support the treaty, the pact was ultlcled in n statement Issued today b Senater Itoblnsen, of Arkansas, who aid It would take the I'nlted Stntcs Inte the League of Nations through u "rear deer." The Arkansas Senater, who noted sis chnlrman of the last Democratic Nntlennl Convention, did net indicate hew he would vote en ratification. "The treaty substitutes for the Angeo-Japanese alliance n lengue, or alli ance, between the I'nlted States, France, Kngland. and rBitaln." ald Senater Unblnsen. "Japan lejelces in thenar rangeinent because of this fact. First Mmh Inclines, me te believe that It affords a menu for relieving the tension between the I'nlted States nnd Japan. The treaty will back us through the renr deer Inte the outer chamber of the League of Nations a sorry entrance for under Article IS of the Lengue Covenant. France. England nnd Japan are obligated te file the document with the tccretury of the League." JERSEY SENATORS FOR 4-POWER PACT Bu a Staff Corrrspeiidciit Washington, Dec. 12. New Jersey's Senators will support the four-Power Irenty representing the Administration's new policy for the Pacific, nltheugh Senater Frcllnghuysen insists a satis factory understanding with Japan shall first be reached with respect te China nnii the fortification of the Islands of the Pndfie. He is mere concerned en this score tlmn Senater Edge, who characterized the treaty today us "a very great ac ac icmplislmient." Senater l"iellnghusen. before com mitting himself te the treaty, said he "wanted te sec what gees with it." "I consider the treaty n very great accomplishment," Senater Edge said. "1 cannot ngree with these critics nhe profess te find In it sonic similarity te the League of Nations and some of the objections Inherent in the League. Te inj mind the distinction Is perfectly Plain The Lcague undertakes te 'pre 'pre urve' the integrity of the possessions of all member nations, while the new treaty simply binds the four Powers te lespcet each ether's rights, and, if dif ficulties arise, te get together nnd dis cuss methods of adjustment or co-operation te remove them. "It Is u difference between an obliga tion te net and an obligation te con cen fcider action. The treaty binds uh te co-operate Mth ether Powers. When the time comes that the United Stntcs cannot ee. operate, it seems te me we will have "ached n situation which would net only be very dangerous, but very sel fish," Senater Frcllnghuysen, nltheugh a nose personal asseclntc of President Harding und one of the Republican "gulars In the Sennte. wants te be sure the United States does net nbanden any ex sting right in the Pacific. I Tint tin Hint tliti tiAiit Uftnrv ill rfn mtiencd upon the reaching of certain rccmcnis with respect te Ynp nnd tue tuandated islands." Senater Frellng nuyeen said. "These agreements will e of the utmost importance te the Jetted States. While I am heartily in laver of the prlnclple of co-operation nd discussion enunciated In the new "eaty, I wai,t te bee what gees with rODT AMI I.IMU TROUllLEri Tnitnnllv rllvaA by our iptclal reb upperts, titled itnd dJuttcd by trU. ..Our StamlMi Kltatle Hosier. lh rn e t comfortable uppert for varl varl ceb ln, awelUn llmb, weak knHi and anklta. TrUlaea. atirinmlnul fV'w of 5.flll ,nd' ,. LarMt manufaj. llSliii.lIt0.i,VL,y P" '" n world. b...- and iih,n,i ... I GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS ON TRIAL .MmmmmmmmmWimmmiLmm. awwC'S aaaaaaaa. 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I assume, of course, that this thought Is also in the minds of our representatives who arc engaged in the present negotia tions." FOUR-POJVER TREATY. PLEASES BRITISH Londen, Dec. 12. (I?v A. P.) Ratification of the four-Power treaty relative te insular possessions in the Pacific, which was announced en Sat urday, Is believed te-be assured when the convention Is submitted teathc United States Senate. In the view of newspapers here. Tedaj's jeurnuls, which have been commenting favorably upon the proposed treaty, today greeted the terms of the convention with en thusiasm, nnd based their forecast of ratification upon the fact that Senater Ledge presented the treaty at Satur day's plenary session of the Conference en Limitation of Armament. The Times hails the agreement nt Washington ns nn achievement of which the American people nnd their Presi dent may be justly proud. 'Never," says the newspaper, "has a document of greater premise te mankind been adopted by the representatives of four such mighty States; never lias an agreement upon a subject of such un precedented importance been se easily, se glndly sanctioned by the spokesmen of tuitiens whose most vital interests it concerns. "In lands where peace is cherished as the chlrfest of blessings it will be welcomed with profound satisfaction." "The apparently impossible is. In effect, an accomplished fact," said the Telegraph. "Our alliance with Japan has passed out of existence upon the only terms which Japan could regard ns satisfactory nnd which we could feel te be honorable, lly this achievement alone President Harding's Administra tion has fully justified the bold and magnanimous stroke of statesmanship by which It amazed the world a few months age." The newspaper concluded by paying a tribute te Japan's "generous nnd far-sighted policy throughout the pro ceedings." In the opinion of the Westminster flezettc. the one weakness of the treaty lies In the fact that it does net guaran tee the integilty of China, but, with that exception, the newspaper declared today it regarded It as the "ideal solu tion." It remarked that the prevision of the convention that n threat by one Power should be the business of all contained the spirit of the League of Nations, adding: "We have emerged from a nightmare of misunderstandings nbeut Becict motives and Mr. Harding hns carned the geed-will of the world by his ini tiative." Under the caption. "The Real Thing at Last," the Morning Pest expressed hope that optimism regarding the action of the United States Senate en the treaty was well founded. It reiterated It opposition te the League of Na tions, saying: "Article II of the new treaty Is n much surer guarantee against a breach of the peace than all the debates and the edicts of the machinery of the League at Geneva. The world, nt last, Is returning te common sense." r.rent Hrltnin will be immensely ben efited by the treaty, while Hoelland also will gain through It, declared the Dailv Chronicle, which especially re- I jeiee'd that "the bend between Grcnt liritnln nnd .Tnnan has net been severed but only enlarged se as te bring in ether friends." It expressed gratincniien ever the "prospect of close nnd definite co-eperntlon with America," saying it would "correspond with the dominant political instinct of nil British demoe- I racy. Reports that a world economic con ference will probably fellow the discus discus blens nt Washington were referred te by the Daily Express, which said: "This Is the best news the world hns had in many years." Twe Killed at Railway Cretalnrj Galesburg, Mich.. Dec 12. Twe persons w-ere Instantly killed and an other received serious Injuries when nn niitomebilo wn struck by a train at (be Michigan Central crossing here yester day. OPEN EVENINGS Curry's for Gifts Will Selve the Problem "What Shall I Give This Christmas7" Ladies' Hand Bags Vanity Cases Fitted Ovcrnifbt Bass Filled Suitcases TriTcl Bat Trarsl Slippers Jewel Bexes Cellar Bexes Trarel Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Cigar and Cigarette Casts WalleUf Brief Cuti, tic Everihirp Pcncili Fountain Pent Deik Sell Dcik CileecUri Calenders Fine Stationery Address Beeks, etc. Boek Ends Incense Burners Candlesticks Frem $1.00 lllattraltd Beekltt Philadelphia's Popular Gift Shei JbiviiNlii' PUBLIU. IRISH IN U. S. ASSAIL PACT Frlenda of Irish Freedom Alse Hit Four-Power Agreement New Yerk, Dec. 12. The Friends of Irish Freedom made it plainly known, in closing their convention at the Hetel Aster yesterday, that thev have signed no pence with England. They adopted resolutions und pledged mere than ?2, 300,000 te carry en the caiupulgu for Irish independence. They denounced the Pacific four Power treaty, the 5 -5 -.'$ naval agree ment, funding or cancellation of for eign lenns nnd the Angle-Irish ngrco ngrce incut, and demanded that the Uritlsh West Indies and Ileriniida be set free or ceded te the ('tilted States. They de clared their faith in the republican form of Government. Rebert Einiuet O'Mnllev. of Kansas City, declared the Washington Oen- fcrenee wns part of a Hrltisli plan fur "quiet conquest of the world." "Let us have violence." snld Mr. O'Mnllcy, "If violence Is necessury te preserve I A 1t.n!r.ri 1, InflAnfinflfiunn " I a.i..a .v.'. iiiiiviii.11111 lltr. SANTA CLAUS SHIP SAILS Laden With Toys for Destitute Children New Yerk, Dec. 12. Thousands of toys dells, lire engines, tops, marbles and ever thing te gladden the hearts of sick and destitute Central European children nt Yuletldc were forwarded by steamship yesterday by 70,000 New Yerk grammar school children. mcmberB of the Junier Red Cress. The gifts will be distributed by the Amcrlcun Red Cress In children s hospitals In Vienna, Budapest and Balkan States. Children In 100 public schools have been collecting the presents for a month. They ubed their own discretion In the selection. Seme of the toys were made bj the boys In the vocational schools, but the majority we.re turned In frenii the youngsters' own stock of plaj things. In addition, there were 1000 boxes containing handkerchiefs, snap, teeth brushes and ether useful gifts. BOY-RUN OVER; LITTLE HURT Heavy Truck Passes Over Nell Sher man Without Wheels Touching Him C'ollliiK.sueixl, N. J., Dec. 12. Six- ycnr-eld Nell Sherman hnd a rcmnrk- able escape from being crushed te death Saturday nlfibt when n large coal motor metor moter truck Huddenly stejipcd en the incline ever the railroad crossing at Celllngs avenue and then (.tarted backward, HtrikiiiR the boy, knocking him down and passing ever him without the wheels touching him. ' His left car was nearly tern off, re quiring several stitches te fasten he lern part, and his back was badly hurt. SUNRAY Fer. Scalp and Skin Invigorates the skin Gives it that healthy color color Dees net clog the pores. Beautifies and Heals Ask Your Dealer for Sunray 8VNRAV COMMM'. Inc. 810 North Sth nt., riillndelphliv WHY GROW OLD? Why be alck, sleepless, have bad nervei or become decrepit? I)r Gelrel of (he IViculty of I'arls, lias evolved a Bittern of treatments (tractlle rub binge) by ulitrh a number of Ilia can be alleviated without medicine. Have ntudlrd vilth Dr. Qerzet and received a dlplem i from him te 'teaclj In United Htatej hie "Ufalth Method" an eet forth In his IwuU ".Vever Grew Old." Only representative In U S. Consultation Tree. FLORENCE WIMPENNY 4C3 Nenhnll St.. I'hlla. OPEN EVENINGS Boudoir Lamps Cameras for Children and Grownups Photo Albums Camera Cases Camera Accesserits An Enlargement Frem Your Favorile Print Framtd te Ordtr Framtd Mottoes Framed Pictures te $100 Mailtd Upen Rtqattt FJ.CU1FF?Y I 8i2Wnut5t.8ir LEOyj5K PHlLABJbJLPHlA, MODA, DE'eiiJMBJbii 12, -"lOai Slain Physicians Mether Falls Dead Centinard from l'mcn One clnred he went through bankruptcy nfter the judgment was tendered. Iteth the women convinced the police they knew nothing of the case. One had net seen liltn, hc said, for fight months, the ether fur many years. There were theories in plenty te ac count for the killing. Though Dr. Gllckstcin wns happily married nnd the father of three girls, tha oellce con sidered the nes'iblllty (hat the crime might have been the result et nn old love affair. In 101" he was arrested en a charge of selling narcotics and served several months in the Federal peni tentiary at Atlanta, being pardoned by President Wilsen through the interces sion of pelltlcnl friends. This led the drtectlves te inquire in underworld cir cles about the possibility that his death had been ordered by n drug ring. The police, with n most unusual job en their hands, confessed themselves deeply puzzled ever the case and al together astounded nt the audacity of a woman who would cheese as her killing time the verj period when six ether patients were waiting for the physician In his anteroom, and yet could plan se well as te get away in spite of them all. and se arrange mat ters that they should net even hear the fatnl shot. One thing that may possibly be traced, nnd may lead toward a reve lation of who she Is. Is the revolver, a weapon of a widely known brand, ..'12 caliber. This bears n number and se may be followed from the makers te the seller and perhaps te the bujer- The ether object she nbandened in the doctor's inner office is n dark brown skunk fur neckpiece. It was In this (wrapped nreund her hands in muff fashion) that she carried the weapon. Alse, beyond doubt, it wns the wrap ping thnt acted as n silencer and pre vented the sound of the cartridge's ex plosion from reaching the cars of the hnlf dozen persons outside, and only n few feet tinny. The neckpiece bore no maker's or seller's nahie, but It may pexslbly le identified by some one fu miliar with it. Te Quir. Patients Captain Carey yesterday afternoon eaut.ed Dr. Ollcksteln's private safe te ie opened and nil his correspondence nnd what llsttt of patients he had kept were token for examination. In this way a number of names were found, but ob viously the list of patients was net com plete, for It was known te his family nnd his neighbors that he had hundreds of women constantly calling nt his office, nnd the names found totaled only tw ocere or se. The clearest story told by these in the anteroom came from Mrs. Herbert. "It was just nbeut Tit.lO P. M. and Mrs. Wolssen was next In line te en ter the doctor's inner office," she snld. "when this stransie woman came in the room from the outside hall. "Tills woman attracted my attention . at once, first because he stared at 1 Mrs. Wolssen nnd me. Apparently she ' felt that we were going Inside when the patient under attention cumc out. The most striking thing about her was that she were nose glasses of unusual thickness net the horn-rimmed glasses j en see se much nowadays, but thick, heavy glasses without any rims. "About two or three minutes nfter 'Member Marie? Of course you knew vvc mean Marie Antoinette, the regal lady who wondered why the folk demanded bread when they could have lived en cake! Mecnehan's Electrically Baked Bread today is far beyond the wholesomeness of the bread of that period, and perhaps Marie would have had little trouble if her subjects had had their regular supply of Mecnehan's Bread. MEENEHAN'S . Electric Bakeries 18 Seuth 52d Street 2604 Germantown Ave. i3 Seuth St. Sensible Xmas Gifts Blankets Bed Spreads Comforts Dmiflrllvfr's TTniilflaec TZaAAinrr i Hair Mattresses Bex Springs Bedsteads 1632 Chestnut Street i a. 1'k The Gift Supreme Th EDEN le Electric Wasjher Regularly Priced $160 SPECIALLY PRICED 109.75 A Clear Saving of $50.25 This is the famous Eden machine that sells at 5160 and whicli is giving the greatest satisfaction in theubantls of homes. Every one of them brand-new and carry a year's guarantee yet the price is only $109.76 upon these SPECIAL TERMS FOR GIFT-BUYERS $10.00 Down Delivery Christmas Eve. and Ne Monthly Payments Until February 1, 1922 New here's an opportunity te give a wonderfully acceptable and valuable gift at a great saving in price, upon terms within reach of all. Tut jour order in at enre te areld disappointment as we bare only i certain number of these machines te sell at this price. ROBERTS BROS. ELEC. CO. 426 S. S2nd St. JBUSS0 "Pay As Yeu WashJfs she came In Dr. fllleksteln opened the deer leading out Inte the nnte-roem te greet the next patient, who wan Mrs. Wolssen, when the strange iveninn get up from her se.it and hurried across se that she thrust herself before the doctor, In front of us. "The doctor said : 'Helle, hew arc you? When did you get back from the country?' "The woman had around her hands what we thought then" was n brown skunk muff, hut which turned out Inter te be n neckpiece wrapped around se It resembled a muff. Until her hands were In this, and she did net shake hands with the doctor. She simply said : 'I want te see you.' The doctor made no explanation te any of the rest of us about letting in this woman ahead of her turn, but simply steed aside and let her go into his consulting room, men closed the deer. There was no douet that lie Knew the woman and for some reason let her In ahead of the ethers. "After this the waiting room was fairly quiet for about five minutes. Seme of the patients exchanged words with each ether In low tones, but there was no noise. And certainly no sound eninc te us from the inside office. At the end of about five minute the deer opened nnd the doctor stnggered out. He did net screnm or shout or sny n single word. He just keeled ever und fell te the fleer." When en nmbiilnncc from Williams burg Hospital nrrived Dr. Jncebs, who came with It. said Dr. Gllckstcin had died nlmest iustnntly. SEEK NURSE HERE IN NEW'' YORK SLAYING Philadelphia Is being searched today by New Yerk detective" for a young woman, said te have been nn overseas nurse, who is wanted for the murder of Dr. Abraham Cllcksteln, of Rrook Rreok Rroek lyn, Seturdav. The woman who killed the doctor had a revolver concealed in the folds of a stele. She wnltcd some time In his reception room before belnc admitted, and when she finall entered killed the physician as he sat at his desk. Mrs. Gllckstcin obtained n descrip tion of the woman from ether patient who hail observed her as slie sat In the reception room. It Is believed she ha come te this city and Is in hiding here. 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I aWR'flS3Slai aa" WELFARE DRIVE PROSPECTS BETTER NOW THAN BEFORE $2,000,000 Raised and New Methods and Adjustments Planned Although but $2,000,000 has been raised during the (nmpalgn of the Wel fare Federation, Arthur JI. Scwall, one of the trustees, snld .vesterdny the agencies In the federation have better prospects thud they have hail in the past. He said: "Compared with the $2,000,000 se fnr raised In the federation's first cam paign, the records of the agencies show , total contributions for 1020 of $1.1110, I 857. and expenditures aggregating S2,- , 022,iVJ7, the difference being made up of $40,114 taken from the principal. $280,008 borrowed from outside sources nnd $82.41)0 efiarged te a total deficit of $402,080. These records arc based en a twelve-month period, while the federation's first aggregate member budget and Its first campaign contem plate a fifteen-month period from Octo ber 1. 1021. te December HI. 102,'t. "The federation suggests and trusts that the agencies will co-operate en n basis of adjusting their requirements te h total of $3,000,000. Instead of $4, 000,000. ns originally plnnned. for the fifteen-month period. This sum will provide the agencies with $.'(70,000 mere than thev would have used had 1020 been a fifteen -month period, and $877. 000 mere thnn was nctunlly used In the twelve months of 1020." Mr. Sew nil said the federation will net abate Its efforts te obtain further contributions from the public and keep laitn with tne ngencics, se that all tlielr needs may be filled. Te Launch Carge Carrier Wllmlnrfnll Ill. Den 1' fri, 1 D. Leenard, a, etfrge carrier for the At lantic Refining Company, will be launched from the Harlan plant of the! Bethlehem Shipbuilding Cerp ration next week. The vessel Is 270 tec long, .'50 feet beam anil 20 feet deep HTBMS1-S BERMUDA fflVffi Under Contract With Bermuda Government Extra .Christmas Ship nV.Y-lTnMv S. S. "FORT ST. GEORGE" TemeK N. 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Vn t.iHRnnrlii riri tilri1 f nt Hai. eiiiA- e ,1 u,..., PIlRNP.c; RPRMIiriA F INF , . w...-- --.....w.. -,.,,, turnes. iiiij a ie i.iu.. iiouree limit., rniln.. or Anj Tourist Asent TOCItS COOK TRAVEL SERVICE CURRENT PROGRAMS THE MEDITERRANEAN The Wdnder Cruise of the season by S. S. "Carenia,' sailing Jan. 28. Strictly limited te 350 guests. SOUTH AMERICA A cruise-tour amidst scenery unexcelled for grandeur and beauty, by Grace Liner "Santa Elisa," sailing from New Yerk Feb. 4. WEST INDIES - PANAMA -CENTRAL AMERICA Cruises of endless interest and entertainment at frequent intervals throughout the season. BERMUDA Inclusive Rate tours; frequent departures. An ex quisite holiday at moderate cost. CALIFORNIA - HONOLULU Large variety of special California - Honolulu tours choice of route by sea (Panama Canal), or land. De partures: Dec. 18 29; Jan. 819: Feb. 16 27. EGYPT -THE NILE -PALESTINE Te knew the Nile is te knew Egypt. The best way te travel is by a Cook's Steamer or Dahabeah. Large selection of itineraries for Escorted or Individual travel. JAPAN CHINA Spring Tours, exceptionally well planned, suitable for Individuals, Families or Groups. Departures from Pacific Coast Jan. 24; Feb. 2 21; March 425. EUROPE Seuth of France Italy Escorted or Individual travel covering all routes. Reservations for the Passion Play at Ober-Ammergau. Full Information and Literature en Request THOS. COOK & SON 22i bOUTM BROAD ST. BELOW WALNUT SI PHILADELPHIA Telephone Wulnut 0300 and 2632 M-W YORK BOSTON i uhu.n re ISO Office Coefc uoea f RAn. Vlvlanl Prepares te Return Heme Yiililngten, Dec. 12. M. Vlvlanl, head of the French delegation, hns tele graphed the French Government that In Ids opinion the Armament Confer ence was sufficiently ndvnnced te permit his return te Paris. M. Vlvlnnl hns arranged pnssnge for himself nnd Mine. Vlvlanl en the Paris, snillng Decem ber 1 1. r.nrrvnny.M. Until Scrrs BUSINESS COLLEGE new Leurie in AcceanUnc) for Women c . nw limbs Mill form ul tlar't n Obruary 1 llUJ ftr lnstru,.i.n In tli Important brincli of builneaH i-mv r-rnoei ;vbii' Hclioel ll'nn VV'nlniit strM f"i IiM-i-xtb 3 I -IV 807 CHESTNUT BT. poaltten xuarnm'd. Enter new, liar or nlehl. Ml'HH'AI. INBTIUTTIOV Phila. Musicul Academy Ormiintenn flrnnrh, 30 FJ. Walnut Lr. Catnlertie. 83th Heaeen. fltn. MSI WINTKB IIKHOnTH MOUNT. rOCONO. TA. Trie Ontwoed 0vrn aU 5wir' 'ent inc wiiihuuu ,,ulen upeclal fall A winter raten, lllkt i: l & n.V Artman AKIIKVII.I.i:. V. C. Write ter SPECIAL Fall and Winter RATES BATTERY PARK HOTEL Ashcvillc, N. C. sTi:vimni's -LINE dies 'ruises 25 Days Each fivt m:h tuin.miumi February 4 March 4 1A Uk!..U.II Cs xicur vintr , Mimcuau jucci, nt,n sunn. TOIIIH CHICACO SAN FniMnsrn LOS ANGELES MONTREAL , VANCOUVER Throughout the World Travelers Cheques everywhere Jt; 3E OI 19 S li I Mtl . HlVi-M n i im-nV-i- 1 , 1 tttiiiKii tincntiTa " ATLANTIC MTV . j ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. , I DircctlyeRKeOccMi ARAmCTwnPfaaliotilefPisl 3Wf- jiiinnmi CAJVscrrv oe QARAOK MzlrarS.Bti nZarlboveuqh'lBlenltelm ..fe.i&WfctlIif&v'.& i Virginia rtvenut, near touch. Prlvata bath ruunlnc rater. alavater; reduced rat. , Bam Blllt. Owner N J Celllm. Mir. HOTEL CONTINENTAL &li epn, alnajre ready i terme mwleraMi rl, mm t h.,... U WAUlf ntiMftAM. Hntfl Rnirnhei Kentucky Av. nr. bant rate Am. A Ku ulu. Ph.117. A n.MAItlOM T.AKi:WOOIl. N. .1. . "A QnA Hlnce te Heatd" LA VAH'SAR HOl'HE. I.AKKWOOD. N. J. Select Clientele! Moderate rtatee. Kit II.MIIM). VA. 7UfcC7. Mt mmmlflrent lintel In I lie Seuth. Roem eMKle ur, en unite, nltli nnd without hath. European plan. II Inatrnted booklet en rr nnenf. O. I WEIHUIKR. Mcr. AIKEN. B. O. AIKEN Uiieen of Winter Reeertt Highland Park Hetel OPi.N DKCkMHKI! Til HAT "l'eMr ii ell una nil lt nun" CLIMATE nbCKEATION IJNVlItONMENT Addreee J. J. HWEENEY. Mnnaree BnmtJffr Whllefae Inn. I.nke I'tnrtd. N. T. FLORIDA'S MOST AHRACTIVE RESORT Hetel Royal Palm FORX MYERS FAMOUS FOR ITS CLIMATE lliwn .Inn llh in April Hllll. IN hole (jelf Course, Orass Oreens VjtchtltiK. Ilereehark Rldlmt Ten nis r Hiinir and Hunt tita SntmrnlnR Peel, fciiripheny Orchestra. Kverr Henm vrlth I'rlvMlr Tin tH. .1 I., vvi.snv i ve fc& t-e235 1'IHtT I.IIIKKIMI.K. l'l. Ne Ceal Bills te Pay It Is (ilerlnns Snmmertlme In FORT LAUDERDALE Ilnr'.dii's Trepleul Uendrrlund IIOAT1M. IIVUIIM. .rifellINO Mend ter Illustrated llenklet HECi. CIlAMHUIt OF COMMERCE IIKK.VII'I HAMILTON HOTEL BERMUDA llprn .litntntr U Modern In Construction and Operation "50 Suites with luih Klrfpieu Accommodations for fiOO Ceneerts t" Rrltlsh lleelmenml Hand N. V Office. Sniir Travel Ilureuu 425 Bill Avenue (Booklet Cable Address "Hetel Hermuda" Mnnnsrment of .1. A. Sherrnril Alse Hetel Preston Heach Hluff Mass (If Kit IX . (AVAI)A The International Winter Sports Seasen'' is en at the frentemc t QUEBEC CANADA Frem new until the end , of February guests of the Chateau will enjoy one continuous round of ex citing winter-sport events indoor and out. Triple chute toboggan slides en DufTerin 'lerrs.ee. Curling rinlv in the court el the Chateau. Ski jumping un Citadel Hill and open air skating rinU, both close te the hotel. HecUev games and snow shoe trtmpv. Curling Hnnspie! in l-chruarv. Indoor golf with professional instructor. At night, in Fienlenac's glow ing halls, geed fellowship, laugh ter and song, mu&ic and mas querades and the comfort, ser vice and cuisine of a Canadian Pacific Hetel. La , eoyhfe'tao'.: r via tci trial, J;rr 'ejt.i'.'. .op a' t'rt I lace I t;.r lleltl Reiervstien- tl.ru CANADIAN PNCIrl'- HOTELS 629 Chestnut St. Philadelphia r CHATEAU i..w . ...i.Qnk.c,Ci. Till Its Zi'Dty West Indies Cruise $350 and up Threuch Gate Teut ?i.. :!."" ,,riV cover vverythlnsf, -.h .m.? kt. 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