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ROTARY CLUB PLANS rZ
Candy, Dells and Various Gifts
, te Bring Cheer te Needy
.FOR 4000 'FAMILIES
Tlilnk oft! Tens of cnnily! some
of it the kiml turn reaches its ralcen
ii. i. in nni l'niitiiriniM nlinrt bite, the
i kind tint gnve rine te the estntlc ejneu-
latien "nn hnn,l" reme "f It these
ftcchflrlnc Attenuations ei ucnusi-nnr-
lug firmness that extend MIbs beyond
any sensible limit!
ThOllRrtntll Ot UOIIBI oerae ill meui
tt, lnncnrmtfl f lllllll-ffircd tyDC that
when yen find a place for them te lie
ie at once te sleep I Seme of them that
have cteppetl directly fiem fairy stories
f or from early morning (irrnms-i eume
tbe nturdy, patient, forbearing dells of
, rg and nawdust bodies ! Thousands of
. them! Think ef.lt! .
. win if l the nresnertius Indies and
rtntlcinm who have beuRlit automobiles
OT ttlCir cnimruii nnu "i k;v iucte uuu
( '.ether prizes en tllspny at the rooms of
the I'ncKnrci Awninoeiiwc vAJiiiimny i
Ne! The candy, the (lelU the knit
irtceatcrs, the toy locomotives, the muf
Has, the wool stockings and nJl the
Test de net bclenz te the Pacltard com
pany, but te the. lletary Club, and
i prettv seen that is te say a day'-or se
, before Christmas they will belong te all
. the peer children and mothers nnd
fathers who, let nlenc automobiles, can
not even buy enndy nnd toys and muf
flers and things.
Yeu see the Santa Claus Committee
of the Hotary Club li busy agan. It
' has bought the geed things already men
' tlened and assembled it.
It is being wrapped into large brown
'parcels and en Thursday and Friday
of next week twenty members of the
committee In twenty automobiles will
deliver them te 4000 families rccom rccem
taended by the Society for Organiilug
Therc'b Santa Claus for you !
1 TALKS ON RUSSIAN BOOKS
i . 4
' William lyen Phelps Dlecusses
, Turgenev at Academy
William Lyen Phelps, in his tnlJ en
. , books this morning in the Academy of
Music Feyer, took up the works of
.Russia's two famous heiib, Chekhev and
- He dls-cussed also the plays of Ros
tand (Nerman's translation) ; "The
i Life of Victer Huge," by Madame De-
claux; "-erty lears in tne Lrfterary
"8hep," by J. L. Ferd; "Memoirs and
nNeten of PcrFens and Places," by Sld-
ney Celum : "The Life of Christ," by
R. J. Campbell ; "Goethe's Literary
' Criticisms" (edited by Seingarn) ;
"Contemporary British Literature," by
Manly nnd Ulckert : "A Greatheart of
the Seuth," by Petcat ; "Practical
x Hymnology," by Poteat; "Mrs. Far-
rell," by William Dcnn Hewdls; "The
Urasa Ueundcr." by David W. Ben?;
"Ben Thorpe," by Arthur Crabb;
"King of Kcarsarge," by Arthur Frlel ;
. "The Man Who Did the Right Thing."
eiby Sir Harry Johnsten; "Far te Seek,"
" by Maud Diver; "The Girls," by Edna
Farber, and Herace Walpole's "Let-
FANNIE HURST SUED
r Action Based en Criticism .of Photo-
jSL play Frem "Stardust''
New Yerk, Dec. 10. Mb Fannie
i-'Hurst, autlier of "Stardust," a novel
' -which is the basis of n picture of the
name name being produced by the Hepe
' ' Hampton Producers, was Jsued in the
ASupreme Court by the Hampton con-
tcern yesterday. Se far only a summons
J has been served in the case.
5 It was stated thnt.the action is for
'Hibel and is based en criticisms which
have been made by Mihs Hurst as te
the divergence between the structure of
her novel nnd the picture film which
has been founded en it, the scenario
being b Antheny Paul Kelly.
-SUICIDE WITH SON'S PISTOL
III Health Believed te Have Caused
Man te Kill Self
Using the revolver of his son, a
ttotercyclo patrolman, Scntt Leng,
fifty-two, shot himself through the right
temple at 8 A. M today in the front
bedroom of his home. 1!020 Seuth Fif
teenth street. He died shortly nfter
ward. Scott Leng, Jr.. the motorcycle pa
trolman, was en the first fleer eating
, J?raIj'ast when he heard thq shot. lie
Had left his service revolver en n bu-"au-
He took his father te the Metho Methe
Ql6t Hospital. Mr. Leng had been ill
Anether son, Herbert Leng, Is n
Patrolman, of the Fourth street and
enyder avenue station.
8upreme Court Meets Here Jan. 4
The State Supreme Court, through
i-nier Justice von Meschzlsker. tedin '
announced the Court will net convene 1
uiib city te hear uigumenls until
January -1, which will permit these
no Hve nt a distance te enjev Ne.
lear s at home. On January :i. the
eurt "M hit te accept pertinits of
former Chief Justiee Brown and (he
late Justice Stewart. The commlsMei:
?t J,usti Schnffer, under his recent
v..uu ier a 11111 term, will be tend u
eusaien et January 3.
Save Bey Frem Tetanus Death
J0m,pt . inJe,ctln of nntl-tetanic
niuimtby..phys.,?,nn8 at St- Mnry' """
P tal in the slde of Matthew Metnrskl,
Pine venm nl,l nnie ei.' ....".''
ti?..nti?.,ly,Ehet ytrdny. i expected
ave him from denth by tctnnus. The
hnLWniS plnjlnK wlth rifle at his
wenn AV,,' wa( dlsclmW,,1. inflicting
ftratdianteiy0.8pltn, nm, thp m"
An unusually def
er designed ring in
r'alintim and geld.
AHlstic etlnlnal deslKtu In sold.
Wntlnum nd creni Beld rile
nl&y te unusual advantage the
beauty of Mitchell Inmond.
We InMte your Inspection of
our Chrlstmaa Storks
Bend for latest Illustrated
Open 0 A. M. te (1:00 V. M
, Diamond Stere
.'37 Seuth 8th ... 'e .
', jm,. r- 'i.-g-tW.f.. 'ijy.
Array of presents assembled
MAGISTRATGETS NEW JOB
Price, Defeated for Re-election,
Made Real Estate Assessor
Magistrate Geerge W. Price, sitting
nt the Twetit.'-sccend nnd Hunting
Park ttatien. who wns defeated for re
election last November, was today ap
pointed n real estate asscver by the
Beard of Revision of Taxes. Mnglstrate
Price will assume the new pet January
1 at a salary of 5 MOO n year.
Magistrate Price has only served one
term, having been elected en the Wash
ington and Franklin Party ticket. He
is a political follower of Director of
Public Works Frnnk Cnvcn in the
With the appointment yesterday of
Magistrate Jehn Mcclenry te the nn nn
iltien of chief of the Bureau of Wel
fare, Maglstrntc Rebert Carsen is the
mly magistrate defeated for re-election
who has net been appointed te nnether
The Beard of Revision of Taxes nlse
appointed the following real estate as
sessors for nnether term of feur'yenrs:
Jehn XV. Boileau. B. A. Irwin. Arthur
E. Buchheh. William L. Peltier. Al
bcrt II. Harrison, Frank Gasklll and
CARSON'S CHANCES FADE
Governer Says He Will Appoint
Democrat te Elsenbrewn's Place
Governer Snreul made known today
he will appoint n Democrat as Magis
trate te succeed the late Mnglstrate Wll
llam Klsenbrewn, thus disposing of an
effort by independents te have Magls
trntc Rebert Carsen nppelnted te the
Mr. Eisenbrown wbh n Democrat, and
the Governer believes the office should go
te n member of that pnit. Magistrate
Carsen's term expires next month. 11
was backed by the Voters' League last
September in nn unsuccessful effort te
win a Republican nomination for mag
istrate. William F. Campbell, Combine leader
of the Twenty-fifth Ward, will resign
as Magistrate seen because of his 'elec
tion us Register of "Wills, nn office he
assumes next month. The Governer
today indicated he will name a man
from the northeast te succeed Campbell
WORKERS ASK TARIFF AID
Want American Valuation Plan
Adopted for Their Protection
New Yerk. Dec. 10. In a telegram
sent te President Harding by the Cen
tral Trades and Laber Council, the
State Federation of Laber and the New
Yerk Allied Printing Trades Council,
the President is requested te urge upon
Congress the enuctment of n tnrlff law
"which will give American workers an
opportunity, new denied them, of com
peting with the products of foreign
workers which the country has been
Heeded with during the last year, re
sulting in thmi.sands of American
workers being thrown out of employ
ment." A telegram was ale sent Samuel
Gompers, president of the American
Federntien of Lnber. requesting him te
aid In urging upon Congress the need
for tariff legislation with the Amerlcnn
valuation plnn ns desired by the workers
of the ceuntrv.
Water Celers Paintings
THE ROSENBACD GALLERIES
13SO Wslnnt 8trct
9th Large Printing
The new novel by the
1 author 01 retiensm
is being published te put rsu in touch with
An Advertising Writer and
Manager of Proved Ability
who Is epen for whole or part time.
'b preposition is tee large. Ills ex ex ex
perlonce virtually covers all line of
merchandise. Fer nlneiyears he has
clven particular attention te Teas,
Ceffcps and Feed Products.
lle'H a capable printer and lay-out
mnni he Kne type. Competent
mdses put him down as "nn excep.
Ileiuill.i ulile writer" persistent and
cenviiitfinc There's business-brining
quality in his work, and hia rtfer
encej are unriueatlnnnlile. '
c 711. i.niiauit epi'ici:
Intelligent and cheer.
ful cooperation with our
customers plays an im
portant part in our
Tus Helmes Press, frinttn
1313-29 Cherry Sreet
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BRING XMAS ' CHEER
by Rotary Club for distribution te -J(00
KITTEN MOURNS IN TREE
Refused te Come Down After Mis
tress Died Rescued by Firemen
When Mrs. Jennie Fqx, slxty-five
yenrs old, 1134 Crense street, died Inst
Tuesday. "Jlmmle," her maltesd kitten,
climbed a tree in front of the house nnd
refused te come down until today when
Kngine Company Ne. 0 was called and
a firemnn brought him down with the
aid of a ladder.
Mrs. Fex was found dead in her
chnir by neighbors and when her body
was taken away by her niece, Mrs,
Charles Schwartz, of Holmesburg,
"Jlmmie" found himself without a
home. People in the neighborhood hnve
been tryine te get him down for three
days and when he wns rescued by the
firemen they took him te the Enst
Girard and Montgomery avenues pelice
suiiien, wnere no nns seen adopted as a
GOLFER MAY LOSE EYE
William Yocum Injured as He At
tempts te Hammer Cever Off Ball
An attempt te, hammer the enver nff
I William Yocum, of Rosemont, Upper
n rnir hnli rPRiiltnrl In eni-lmtu tili. t
.iiuriuu, wuiL-n may result in less of
sight in one of his eyes.
Mr. Yocum placed the ball en a rock
and began te hammer at the cover when
the ball slipped from his grasp and
struck him In the eye. He was taken te
Montgomery Hospital, where physicians
say that cartful treatment will be
necessary te prevent a permanent In
jury YOUR CHANCE
Greeting Carbs '
at greatly reduced prices
I Seme as low as 35c a dozen I
As the responses will be heavy an 1
! eariy soiectien is advisable.
BURT & BURT
BOOM 201 1001 Chestnut St.
210 BO. IIHOAI) 8T.
The Utmost Expression of
One's Confectionery Wauls
Fancy and Imported B.igs.
I5a b k e t s and Bexes
75c te $20
Order Nowrersennl Attention
Milten C. Werk's
"DATJ A T TrTT-TVT
Standardized hands that
add te the -fascination of
Mr. Werk's New Boek
UP TO DATE"
1121 Chestnut Street
delicious flavor it
At all our Stores
A t Srt!A ,., ,
a.M.jrj A"j-l i';'t,-.'Vr''a . i, f-.
- 1 j-. :
needy families at Yulctlde
24 PINTS A DAY, THAT'S ALL
Thirsty British Columbians Limited
in Purchases 'of Beer
Vancouver, II. C, Dec. 10. (By A.
P.) Twe dozen pint buttles a duy Is
ell the beer one mny buy from the
British Columbia Government en a
provincial icrmit henceforth, 1111 order
in council today specified.
The measure was adopted In an ef
fort te curb the activities of "beer
clubs." Formerly there wan no limit
te the amount.
of Outstanding Value
fit and fabric in these
suits with these offered
elsewhere at the same or
a "higher price.
f This is all that will be
needed in order te place
your name en our rapidly
growing list of satisfied
JACOB REEDS SONS
Full-back nnd Chesterfield Coats, street
Ulsters, Ulsters and Great Coats. Beautifully
hand tailored of finest all wool fabrics, specially
selected for warmth and service, and for their
appropriateness te the fine models. These Over
coats stand alone in distinction and value, in
A complete variety of expertly modeled and
tailored suits, for men of every brc, in all
the finest wool fabrics. Each suit of the most
superior character and beyond comparison in
geed leeks, fit and value.
1334-1336 Chestnut Street
The car of the ten proven units
Mma, - m Poplar 1428
f I .
POET AND ESTHETE, DIES
CeUnt Fexensac'e Aricester Fur
nished Medel for Dumas' Daredevil
Mcnteiuv, Ffa(ice, Dec. lO.-'-Ueimt,
Rebert de Montcsiuleti-Fcaensac, well
known poet, is dciid licic. He was
born in Paris In 1&"i5. Siicccm) mimic
te him follewi'113 the publication of hi
first book of verse, "Les Chnuvw
Seurls," In 1811'J.
Count Montesquieti-Fczensac wni u
lineal descendnnt of the (inwreli here
whose exploits Duiimh immortalized In
Ills creation of the D'Artagnnn, of the
"Three Musketcern." But the Count's
nmbltiens ran along mere esthetic
lines thatt thexu of that daredevil. He
dropped Inte poetry nt un early age
jnst its his protagonist took up tint
Count Fczeniic'H first volume of verse
published in 1st)" imve him untrv Inte
thc literary world, in which he since
una maintained n lespectablc If net
He had love for the sensational
nnd fantastic, In his manner na in his
dress. In 1003. he delivered a series
of lectures In New Yerk under fush fush
The Count's career included the fight
ing of two duels, both of which lie lest,
u Homewhnt different record from that of
the doughty D'Artagnan.
N. Y. MEAT PRICES RISE
Strikers Say "Big Five" Preventing
Independent Output Increase
New Yerk, Dec. 10. Leaders of the
meat strikers charged yesterday that the
"Big Five" packers have prevented the
Independent concerns ngnlnst whom
there is no utrike from increasing their
output. Meanwhile, the housewives in
every part of the city nre paying nn
average of 30 per cent mere for their
ment than before the strike began.
Retail prices yestrday In most parts of
tin city showed n slight lncrcnse ever
"Helle Santa Claus! Yeu're
a little out of date with your
bundle et nic-nacs.
1 just bought La Petite
Sedan that new Moen
model and it's going te be
a Merry Christmas for the
whole family every day
my vnnsimas shopping I
consisted of a demonstration I
in the park. Yeu better
take a leek at that car.
A te Prices :
Open Car - . $1785
Cleied Car $2785
F. O. B. FACTORY
TIEOElABKR iy ,192.1
r ' u- "
"ns "StWaunmu 8,1
Thfe Sba30Ti'a production of Diamond
Jewclzy- though mast moderate in
price is of distinctive design and
Jir all occasions
Antique American Furniture
The largest collection of fine Antique Amer
ican Furniture ever offered for sale has been
gathered in our galleries.
There are numerous pieces which would
make charming gifts and the whole has been
priced quite moderately.
The Rosenbach Galleries
1320 Walnut Street
We specialize in Gloves of 'tJie
"known and tried makes; our
stocks of mocha, cape and buck
skin gloves are all fresh, well
Mecha, gray and tan, $8.50 te $5
Tan Cape, $2M0 te $5
Buckskin, asserted colors, $b.50
(The Gift Problem is Solved When
Making Your Selection Here
50c te $J
$8 te $10
$2 te $4
Mufflers $2.50 te $18.50
Christmas Gifts Appropriately Boxed
Clothiers & Outfitters
AgenU for Rogers Peet Cletlies
CRestivwfc Street at Jumper.
year will have
It will be surprisingly easy for you te have this amount, or mere,
by simply depositing a small sum each week a sum that you will
hardly miss. We will allow interest at 3, providing all payments
are made en time.
Payments may be made in advance, and your pass book will show
payment dates, as well as amounts deposited, and their weekly total.
Payments may be made as follews: 25c, 50c, SI, $2 $5 510 S9n
and a Weekly Club for any amount te begin any time
Decide te Jein NOW!
Christmas Club of t fte
West End Trust Company
BROAD STREET AT SOUTH PENN SQUARE- PHILADELPHIA
Heuse Robes $6.50 te $100
Silk Half Hese 60c te $5
Sweater Ceat $8 te $25
Handkerchiefs 25c te $2
like te receive
a6euf December lst1922r
Jein our New Christmas CfuBNOWf
thrifty people are joining the Club, and next
a substantial sum te de with as they wish.
G O O D
at Prices tliat
at 28, $33 38
are making a number of
new friends for us every
day. We have yet 'te v
hear of any man this
season who has been
able te buy fine quality
clothes at anything like
our Super-Value prices.
Come and see for your
could be made merrier
by a present bought
from the money you
could save en a suit or
overcoat from our Super-Values
at $28, $33,
$38 and $43. We have
by far the largest vari-,
ety of styles and fabrics
in fine qualities.
Evening clothes should
be chosen carefully-
with an eye te comfort
as well as correctness.
Our evening clothes
are right and priced low
te be in l.ie with our
TUXEDO COATS and
$38 $45 and $48.
FULL-DRESS COATS and ,'
$48 te $65.
SILK VESTS $7.5Q up. ,
Perry & Ge.
16th and Chestnut
SUPER - VALUES
in Clethes for Men
Every Bey in Town
will want te get the bijr cut-out
page in next Sunday's Public
Ledger containing four joy
producing ARROW PLANES
Se ask your daddy te erder
next Sunday's Public Ledger
new and be sure of your
ARROW PLANES. Yeu can
make them de all kinds of
stunts loop, come back, spiral,
And don't forget the six full
pages of fun-Eiaking"FunnleB."
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