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f r: ' V 'l xr v X" J'l V u EVENING PUBLIC XEDGERrrPHILABEEPHlA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, IPSE 5 (ALIGNED MICROCOCCUS IS FRIEND OF HOOCH HOUND $es Heme Brew Possible and Docs Lets of Other Notable ht Things. Valiant Defender Sev.c things about me. 1r thinking harsh thing, ..a ernldlne h m nil tlie titi Siiii It the moral of ft popular lecture i-i.t cvcnlnc by Prof. Leuis Gcr- lutA'jit the Philadelphia Colloge of Jjnwer and Science. I'TjTfflcn," began Prof. Gershcnfcld W"1"' . " ,nln,,n ,! 1,l. tnn vmutr .-i.-. nm firmlv established jjr. nre objcctlenablo or harmful. Srhe mere fact tljat an ergnnl'tn Is .producing docs net mean thnt Jll produce ulscnse under nil cendl' .. Upphuse n smnll boy may pull flll en creat provocation, de we rk him down as utterly Incapable of -iim? Tlicre are many inllunncw I ra regulated nnd shared by the faf r . .- .... t.i- .. Lfmr ia microceccuu bu me wtiy zZ,h tour system misunderstood nnti JSdjea. n pathetic victim of your id co or i(iui".. .U80. Oirer U", n miuuwia-UKiuujr And '"'. .I ml n pnsuv nn net. . iheuld net discourage his frlcndll I T il 'believe and their thnt nil bnctcrin as well an the human being. Ne mlcrobe Is capable of producing dls dls tape under all conditions In nil animals. Then It should be remembered that there are a number of general factors that predispose person? te disease with which the Individual microceccus has nothing at all te de ngrt, hunger, thirst, fntlgue, cxposure, extmnca of tempera ture and heredity. "Loek," Bald Professer Ocrshenfeld. 'at nil the microceccus docs for the human race nnd almost never gets thanked for. In the leather Industry, In the curing of tobacco, In the produc tion of sauerkraut, In the characteristic nremn of cheese, nothing can be done without the help of the microceccus. Ner, save for the microceccus, could we have such vnluable things no acetic acid, lactic acid, oxalic acid, citric acid, am monia, nitrates or glycerin. Ne, we could net even have home brew." Judge the microceccus mero kindly, Lew Heel and Squared Tees Women who thought they never could wear low heels have found in our Cubist a fit, comfort, and smart daintiness they have never known in an outdoor shoe. jy Black or Brown Grain no 1228 MARKET Harpers WakDver Sheps K22 CHESTNUT wri 5-a mmrxxjgi Cheese Frem the Largest Stocks in the City at Lewer Than Usual Cash Prices What's the use of paying cash or hesitating- for the lock of It! Teu can open an account with us and we will trust you te pay you may select any article of Jewelry from our Immense stoek with the assurance that you are gettlne the best at lowest possible prices. Cheese new while ur stock Is plentiful. Shep In th raernlnjr If peavlble. Open Every Evening Men's J-Stene Gypsy Rings 50c week Men's Diamond RINGS $31.50 50c week 39.75 ,$m mMA. Mil iMTi il . i'waal' Evenings 5953c'p Evcninirs NfCwV Wt " DIAMOND BROOCHES I -5HsS: DIAMOND BROOCHES The most complete assortment of biindsome breeches In town. SOa a Week mM ysiw& Diamond Ring; Larxe pure white Perfect cut stene, hand - carved Basket setting. $37.50 We K Week Men's Firm Signet Rings In solid sold from T op. SOe Week Beautiful new setting, with bril liant stone In handsome ftlhrree mounting. Tre mendous bargain. Value A 7.30 J80. SOe a Week LADIES' DIA MOND beauti fully cut gem. Pure white ; set In U-kt geld mount ing. VaL I -I Q.SO $28.60... 10 60c a Week 11 til LS TOILET SET Comb, llruih nnd Mirror Fine silver plate or Ivery toilet sets. Manicure Sets In a large variety La Tesco, Richelieu and Other PEARLS 50c a Week Rogers' Silver 16 handsome pieces fully guaranteed In handsome case. An Ideal gift. Yeu will be sur prised at our ex ceptionally low price. SOe a Week JS'SSiSJSSSjr., 7 ItiLUIN N? WATCH IDV'H ULGIN H'ltlST 1VATI1II I4.kt. geM.ftlled 20-ycar case. Wy guarunteed tO 00c n Week LAVALLIERES Jn,L "" nuv v J III UlUIIIUilUO, rti u wnnnnrrui mitm PPcclul Lew PrlMs.'"'"" " 0e A IVI'.KK 9 ELGIN I lsMifcjiiia. xffr. twnK our SURE OF ADDRESS-LOOK FOR NAME ON WINDOW r I OUR, ONLY STORE I " SlMONIp. LARGEST EXCIUSVE CfiEDIT jpxmfi Dr untie iai duii AhPieutM 139 North 13th Street hWritaMMMB . ' T-mrrew? Heart te tfee Last Saturday Before Giristatas ? Sure i Be a' Great Day ip StrawWdge Outer s "SS SemeAimig for Wt'W Men te Nete j&:l. And mMwM Act Several Hundred Smart New Overcoats are New $24.50, $31 .50 and $44.00 Men would go a long way before they could find such handsome Ulsters, Ulster ettes or Chesterfields as we new have here at these three prices. They are beautitu y tailored of fleecy and smooth plaid-back fabrics in the newest patterns. In the gieup at $44.00 are some extra-heavy Storm Overcoats made by Hart, Schaffner & JUarx. Crombie Overcoats $58.00 and $78.00 Fine Ulsters and Ulsterettes of these rich fabrics from the looms of J. & J. Crombie, Ltd., of Scotland. Men's and Yeung Men's Suits, new $24.50 and $31.50 (Seme With Twe Pairs of Trousers) "Wickham" and "Alce" Suits with one pair of trousers, and ether geed Suits with two nairs of trousers all new and smart in fabric and style and all remarkable values at these prices. s- Men's Seft Felt Hats at Remarkable Savings 400 Hats, Werth About One-lwlf Mere $2.15 SOO Hats, Werth About One-third Mere $8.15 h50 Hats, Werth About One-half Mere $445 Three extraordinary peups of Hats all smart and new in shape nnd in colorings, all well-made in every essential nnd all much under the regular prices. Fine Fur Caps, about one-third under retail values, $5.45 and $7.45 7$ . Strawbrldge & Clothier Second Fleer. Uarkat Striet, Eait Men's Shirts Assembled here, for men pro viding for their own needs, as well ns ethers seeking practical gifts for men, is the finest and most comprehensive collection of dependable Shirts te be seen in Philadelphia te-day: There nre Seft Shirts in almost unlimited variety of col ored stripe effects, at $1.25, $1.35, $1.50, S1.& and $2.50. There nre All-white Seft Shirts at $1.25, $1.05, $2.00 and $2.50. There are Silk Shirts at $5.00, $0.50, $7.60, $8.00, $9.00, $10.00 and $12.00. BtrMrtrldjrs A Clethtsr East Stars, Eighth Street Men's Smart Furnishings for Gifts Neckties A wonderful se lection of Necktie3 from Paris, from England nnd from leading American manufacturers. Prices nre 50c. $1.00, $1.60, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.5", $4.00, $4.50, $5.00. Mufllers France, England and Switzerland as well as America have contributed te our excellent collection of fine Mufllers. Prices start at $3.50 and range gradually from thcre up te $18.00. Htrawbrlfiae A Clothier Eighth nnd Market Streets - Strawbridce & Clothler Second Fleer, East Durable Socks for Men Are these "INTERWOVEN" Socks, with the interwoven heels and tees. They arc moderate in price, tee At 50c "I ntorweven" Socks of black cotton, un bleached soles. At 75c "I ntorweven" Socks of thread silk", in a geed weight. In black, navy, tan, cor dovan and gra. At 75c ''Interwoven" Socks of fine ribbed wool in black, brown, green and oxford. Htrawbridge & Clothier Alole 3, Market Street Many Gifts for Men Who Smoke Pipes, Humidors, Ash Trays, in many styles and shapes, Cigar and Cigarette Helders, Tobacco Jnrs, Smoking Stands of weed and of brass a won drous profusion, with prices ranging from 50c for a quaint Ash Receiver te $18.00 for a complete and elaborate Smoking Set. Strawfcrtdee Clethier1 Basement Time Is Short Until Christmas Better Come Straight Here for These Gift Gloves WONDERFUL STOCKS HERE all kinds, all sizes, nil styles, nil shades; and remarkably geed values, tee. FOR WOMEN Eight-Inch Weel Gauntlets with fur bend at top $3.25 Smart Strep-wrist Mecha Gloves at $0.50 Twe-clasp Washoble White French Kid Gloves $3.50 Leng Kid Gloves, blaclc, white, tan, brown $5.50 te $8.00 Lined Gloves and Gauntlets, some fur-lined $4.00 te $13.50 Fine Embroidered Strap-wrist Kid Gloves very geed-looking, $0.50 FOR MEN Men's Dress nnd Street Mecha Gloves $4.00 te $5.75 Men's Lined Srr- nnd Drlvinft Glevcs-i ' yjl2.00 MSetW't0 GeUnt,etS- Men's Fur Gloves nnd Gauntlets $4.50 te $12.00 FOR CHILDREN Children's Lined Gloves and Gauntlets $1.50 te $3.25 Children's Fleece-Lined Mecha nnd Capcskin Mittens, $1.00 te $1.35 Children's Weel Gloves, Mittens and Gauntlets $1.00 te $2.25 (&- Strawbrldge ft Clothier Alike 12 and 13, Market Street First Showing of the New Embroidered ) (T71 Faille Hats j - 1 Special Purchase Fashion's latest whim Hats that were intended te go Seuth but were captivated by Northern fancy. Fnille Hats, in shapes that take kindly te veils, and in bright shades with colorful embroideries that give jest the desired touch necessary te bring out the beauty of furs nnd fur-cellar Coats their warm radiance en a wintry day is .delightful, Vhi-ntmwbrldgt A Clothier Seoend Fleer, Market Stmt. Weet : T . -3-L- Sensible Gifts Frem the Basement These Are Excellent Values Felding Card Tables, felt-covered tops $3.50. Aluminum Percolators 05c. Brown Japanes'e Waste Paper Baskets 75c. BlaacU'a Cuce Ball-bearing Carpet Sweepers $5.50 Otrawbrldda i. Clothier Daeement Cheesing Corsets Is an important matter for girls who are buying new frocks for holiday paities. Every kind of Corset here thnt misses nnd slim, youthful figures require $1.60 te $15.00. FOR WOMEN S. & C. Special Frent- nnd Back-lacing, Neme, Smart Set, Rcdfern, Warner Rust-proof, La Resista, W. B., Royal Worcester, Ben Ten, American Lady, Gos Ges sard Frent-lacing and P. N. Prac tical Frent Corsets. Alse Trce and IL & W. Girdles. Prices range from $2.00 te $25.00. Our Exclusive Jesslcn French Corsets $15.00 te $35.00. Third Fleer. Market Street, Went Women's Raincoats Rubberized Cashmere, $12.00 te $22.50; nevelty suitings in mix tures nnd plaids, $12.00 te $20.00; Silk Coats and Capes, $20.00 te $35.00, Htrwbrldg A Clothier Beoena Fleer, Filbert street Rugs Make Geed Gifts THESE, FOR INSTANCE Small Axminster Rugs, 27x54 inches $4.50; 30x70 in. $7.50. Royal Wilten, 9x12 feet, $03.50. Axminster, 9x12 fcet-$35.00. Hassocks, carpet-covered $2. In the Lewer-priced Section Rag Rugs, hit-or-miss patterns, 27x54 inches $1.00. Cocea Doer Mats, 10x27 SI. Crex Gress Rugs, 27x54 $1. Rubber Doer Mats, 18x30 $1. Rag Rugs, 9x12 feet $9.00. Tcn-wire Brussels Rugs, 9x12 feet $20.50. Btrawbrldre & Clothier Fourth Fleer, Weet Women Appreci ate Silk Stockings At 75c With seamed backs, cotton tops and soles. In black, navy blue, Russia calf and gray. At S1.00 Black silk, with mercerized tops and soles. At S1.35 Seamed-back, 1G strand Silk Stockings, with nar rowed ankles. In black, white and cordovan, $1.35; 3 pairs, $4. At S3.50 Full-fashioned in grain silk, sflk from "top te tee." In black, white, tan and cordovan. Heather-mixed Ribbed Weel Sports Stocking $2.50 ptrtwb IdKO It Clethkr Alle 8, Market Street; and A!Ie 4, Centre SILK PETTICOATS OF SILK JERSEY with mes mes snline silk flounce. In black und smart shades $5.00. OF RADIUM SILK, trimmed with narrow rufiles. In black and pretty shades $5.50. Extra-Size Silk Petticoats Silk Jersey with messaline flounce, in black, plain shades and changeable hues. An excel lent value $3.95. StrawtirMire & Clothier Second Fleer. Wett Singing Te-morrow 9:30 A. M. Second Fleer Strawbrldge Cook, Seprano; William S. Thunder nnd Agnes The & Clothier Chorus, assisted by Elsie Lyens m S. Thunder nnd Airnes Clune Quinlnn at wwV..r r f -- 7 - . - -j" i the pianos, and an instrumental choir of brass, PROGRAM Tableau The Prophets 1. O Come, O Come. Emmanuel . Candljrn Tableau The Annunciation 2. Christmas Night ..Trunk Tableau The Shepherds The Shepherds' Story Dickinsen Tableau The Wise Men Hely Art Theu (Large from Xerxes) Handel Tableau The Nativity Hallelujah Chorus (Messiah) Handel Tableau Christmas Mern 3. 5. Beys' Winter Clothing At Werth-while Savings Parents confronted with the problem of buying the boy warm Winter Clothing which he really needs and also providing him with the Christmas gifts which he expects will find a happy solution here. The following groups of desirable garments arc marked at savings which will pay for very handsome gifts: Suits, with Extra Trousers $12.75 All-wool fabrics in new patterns nnd colors. Twe pairs of full lined knickerbockers te every Suit. Sizes 7 te 18 years. Chinchilla Cleth Overcoats $10 and $15 Small Beys' Chinchilla Cleth Overcoats in popular shades, at sav ings of one-fourth te one-third. Sizes 3 te 10 years. Beys' Overcoats $18.00 and $20.00 Great warm Ulsters for boys of 13 te 18 years. Beys' "Makine" Coats new $13.75 These comfort-length Coats of warm blanket cloth the sort every boy wants. Sizes 9 te 17 years. Black Rubber Raincoats $3.75 te $5.00 Tan Rubberized Raincoats $5.00 and $6.50 Small Beys' Wash Suits special at $1.95 Blue Serge Oliver Twist and Middy Suits $8.50 ;&-- Strabrldeffe & Clothier Second Fleer, filbert Street, East M any Fine Groups of TOYS at Reduced Prices Te-morrow Here's surely sufficient incentive for an early visit te the Tey Stere te-morrow! Santa Claus will be here all day te greet the 1 ittle folks but in view of the sharp reduc tions we cannot expect all the special lets te last the day out. First and foremost A Great Special Purchase of Children's Automobiles 150 Bright Red Autes $5.00 25 Yellow Racers Werth one-half mere. Adjust able seat. Easily propelled, rub ber tires. Fine for small children. $7.50 A long, low racing type, with large heed and low seat. Werth ever one-half mere. 25 Royal Blue Flyers $8.50 This handsome Automobile; size 36Vxl3 inches finest type, rubber tires. Clese te half nrice. These and Many, Many Other Toys Reduced Electric Trains, with Transformers $8.25 Children's Desks with chair $5.00 te $15.00 White Enameled Tabies, 2 steels $3.50 set Hewling Alleys, complete $2.00 White Enameled Dell High Chairs 75c blackboards, easel style new $1.50 Walking Dells, With Natural Wig $7.50 Dells' Sulkies, two styles $4.90 and $6.95 Children's Red Rocking Chairs new $1.00 Children's Dishes $1.50 a set Aluminum Kitchen Sets new 65c Icycle Ribbon Tinsel 10c a package Tree Ornaments 5c each, 50c a dozen; 10c each, $1.00 a dozen "" S?r MrawbrtU9 & i lothle -Fourth noer Te-morrow A Great Under-Price Sale of 200 Women's Fine Coats An nrlvnntnrrrniia rmrpTinen nlan Alnnnnn, .. i x.i j i i. ,,. , v eAVrm'Tw T ' , , " "-iw xiuiu uui rcgumr aiecit, including some ccuuuiBiy mie oiui-ie ei wnicn, or course, there is only one of a kind materials are beautiful and the styles arc the favored of the season. The High-grade Cleth Coats Fine Seal Plush Coats- -new $15.00 te $75.00 -new S20.00 te S75.00 f 7KiS an instSnn ValleS' e 9eats at $15'00 were formerly $25.00, and the Coats eT..vA . "?1UU'WU luitiiy in loose, wrap-like styles, and Chiefly in medium sizes. many fur-trimmed. EBi y Btrawtrl(Jr 4 Clothier 8iicena Fleer. Ctntr Moderately-Priced Fur Scarfs in Magnificent Gift Array Te-morrow Hundreds of women are centemnlnrinrr f!hr-ifc tv a mental picture of themselves in new Furs. We knew for a certainty that hundreds are going te get them, and we have provided for hundreds nf nflmi-e ; n,e ,-i;i tow the finest display in years. mer Animal Scarfs, Ceat Cellars andChekers Black Belgian Ceney. S9 te $13.75 Japanese Cress Fex, $20 te $38 Natural Raccoon, $13.50 te $85 Natural Beaver, $10.00 te $85.00 Natural Mink, $18.00 te $100.00 Russian Kelinsky, $22.50 te $115 Canadian Wolf, $25.00 te $55.00 Genuine Mele, $30.00 te $75.00 Hudsen Seal, $38.00 te $95.00 Natural Skunk, $18.00 te $110 Black Fex, $22.50 te $67.50 Black Lynx, $65.00 te $105.00 Alaska Fex, $33.50 te $100.00 American Fex, $15.00 te $35.00 A Beautiful Collection of Large Cellars Fex dyed skunk and cub bear, made deep and wide $28a00te $75 00 Ver and sheulder3' Prices PUtWff jju 1 95' 'tab JM e , UK . fttf if inn If ccr , !l J ael i jet i H i A tea irtl (U -IT 7T tli il r 'Of 1 r '1 Jl . lr n fl m VK3KS A. i.t V t'f ,y T. -V- - s-.' ,HlLjtJ8J.''.J,r y;. ifnis r r 7. tfe ii i - - "ttd.