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"A- A -U- I! r ome Frem Washington and Gossip Names a Herde of New Governors for Pennsylvania (THERS ASK PENROSE AID, Governer Sprout return tedny nfter a abort vlult te Wnnhtnetnn In the C urse of which he lmrt n telephonic c nfcrcnee with Sennter l'cnrcwe. , The Governer's prlmnry purpose In r ltlnc Wnshlimten ww te ntleml n d iner given by Vice l'rcdlilcnt und airs. C lelldgc. ' Several ether 1'cnnBylvntilii poll pell t Inns culled en Sennter l'cnrenc dur i the lny. Among them were Themns ( Seldcl, of Hending, iiepueiienn i c airman for IJerkH County : Charles i 1 Inisen, of Norrlstewu, trcnt-urcr of t e Kepiibllcnn Stnte Committee, nnd f K. Cnrethers. clmlrmnn of the Up-j- bllcnn Committee for 'Washington Unreitl ehnttcd with Senater Penrose' c er tbn telephone last night, but did I .t dlsclose the fiibjcct of their' talk. I rlie Governer had n long visit with I l e Senater two weeks age. lacy talked ' i ate politico nt that time, running i f O gamut 01 BUUJCCIU IIU" IHI1H.HMV.11. 1 connection with the fiuming of a nte ticket. The suggestion wan thrown I u while the Governer was here lest i Mit thnt political topics were ex 1 msted en his earlier visit, nnd that, t . far as he nnd Senater Penrose are r ncerned. "politics Is ndjeumed" un t i after Christmas. Many Aspirants Tallied Of Nevertheless his chat with the Sen or nnd n scries of calls by ether Pcnn- j, yr "" " "v . .. . .. .,. ,t t ivania nepimiicuiis m m . u..j r two have served te revive polit pelit 1 il gossip. Aterney General Alter, , Pittsburgh ; Iinnklng Commissioner 1 ,hcr. of Indlann Ceunty: Highway ( .mmlsslencr Sadler, of Carlisle: Cen. , cssinen Tuis T. McFadilen of Can u nnd Jehn A. Bell, of Pittsburgh, i a being named here in the tentative , sotisslens. All of them nre rated as icgulnrfi." . .. tnc last uny revive pellt- Fer Meutcnant ijevcriiur i"" m.'i- bccm te ee tiiu T. Davis, of l s t ... niiinf nf stnu ei nip iwuiij' -hth Division in the erld V, ar. nnd . :w chief of Muff of the Pennsy vanln J atlenal Guard, aUe City Solicitor of f- i-nnten and nn authority en municipal 1 xWntien; Ilrlcndler General Ashcr Incr. of Wllkcs-Uarrc, nuethcr colo celo cole J i In the World War. who came back l mis n leg nnd with several cltitatleim i r heroism, nnd Colonel "Jee" Thomp Themp t , of Heaver Fulls nnd Pittsburgh. 1 niier football coach, lnwyer and le 1 rtment commander of the American Of" course, the Congressmrn-at-large i 'ie will lese out by the -eapportien-I ..nt of the State, unless there should 1 an Increase in the Heuse member t ip which would enlarge the State i presentation, also come Inte the plc 1 re. but at present net in the fore fere j eund. Fisher Playing Twe Cards Henking Cmmissiener Fisher's cull ( i Penrose started gossip going in two rcetlens one thnt he was sounding it the Sennter en the governorship, t e ether that he came down te urge t ,e appe ntment of .lames McGregor, ' Indiana County, for United States ; nrshal nt Pittsburgh, te succeed Mar t ml Jehn Short, Democratic incum 1 'nt. and te see what there was te the t erv that State Representative Jehn . 'Davis, of Ulairsville. Indiana itmty, is te be the new Prohibition 'Mrccter for Pemih.vlvnnn. Commissioner Fisher appeared greatly i ttcrcstvd in the Davis story. He left i ic impression that if the Davis up- ilntment were te interfere with Mc- .reger's candidacy for Marshal, he clit he ngainst Davh. Heth come : em the same county. Other enndi- .ites nre Ed Ueyle. of Pcavcr, and euK T. Ce'drcn. of Johnstown. Penrose is understood te have assured tilers in the Inst day or two that he id net premise Davis bis support for ie prohibition 'job when he came down ' .tc recently. This is in direct contrn centrn i ictien of the belief held by Davis' i lends, and also at Prohibition head i mrtcrs. The report has reached Commissioner I syncs office thnt Penrose is"for Davis. was suggested today the Sennter i .ight be throwing up a smoke screen I I conceal his designs. There Is the I cnte'.t optimism nreund "dry" iicad i uarters thnt Dnvls will seen be in- al'ed as the new prohibition chief for Pennsylvania and that Director McCou McCeu ' el will resign in the next two weeks. Frem Paris with our ether novelties "SLIPPER BUCKLES" A beautiful collection. $5 te $20 Striking Styles 1121 Chestnut Strcet Baskets & Hampers of Delicious Fruits i 'hristmns Dainties; imported lus-' ieus hothouse Grapes and all ether elected Fruit in geaBen, artistically ' rranged and properly delivered te ny address. TRICKS '- ' IjTJP"8 Frem $.i.00 up Ua8kcB Frem 3.00 up ' Q. Perfetti 13 SOUTH 15TH ST. UMORS RUN WILD S SPROUL RETURNS UREKA FINE STATIONERS Heiress te Wed Again HIeLLLLLHi eVViikkkkM VBP9KBH&IIHRi m MKS. JOHN h. 1)K SAULMiS The cngageincnt of airs, de Snullcs nnd a Chilean mining engineer Is nmieinired. airs, de Saullcs shot her former huMiand wluii he re fused te give up their son after bhe had obtained dlvorce LEIB REJECTS PARDON PLEA Petition Drawn Without His or Family's Consent, He Says William S. Lcih, who is serving from three te five years in the Eastern Peni tentiary for fraudulently making a writ ten instrument, has requested that nn application for his pardon be with drawn from consideration by the Stnte lienrd of Pardons. D. T. MeCoel. of Philadelphia, who filed upplicatlen for the former resident clerk of the Heuse of Representatives and former Republican leader of Schuyl kill County, nprared te argue the case. "Neither Mr. I.clb nor his friends are responsible for the tiling of this ap plication," he said, "but It is out of grntltudc for many kindnesses received when he was happy and prosperous thnt I have made the petition te your honorable body." ASSAULT B. & L. TREASURER He Fights Off Twe MenThinks Attack Was Held-Up Attempt Felix Gambine, treasurer of n build ing nnd lean association nt Hread nnd Federal streets, was attacked in front ' of his home, 5721 Chestnut rtreet, at about 11 a clock last night by two young men. Mr. Gambine wan about te ascend the front steps of his home when the men leaped from the perch, one of thorn striking him en the lirnd w'th n black jack. Gambine, although dazed, fought nnd shouted for help. The men became alarmed and escaped in nn automobile standing nearby. Gnmblne said he thinks the men at tacked him dn the belief that be was carrying n large sum of money. Ills head was bruised nnd he was treated nt Miscrlcerdln Hospital. McCLFES GALLERIES 1S07 WA1JCT ST. CHRISTMAS GIFTS PAINTINGS MEZZOTINTS UinUOBS UHONZEH Framing a Specially rnlnllnrs Itesterril ETCniNOB LAMPS mndig's old ruci: S.E. Cor. 4th & Guard Av. IIKNKV IIOKHAf II Game end Sea Feed This Week's Special YELLOWSTONE VENISON STEW Cntrrlnn te rrlvntr l'nrttn MuMc Uunclnit Ret lew YOU MAY KNOW WHAT YOU ARE, BUT- en Perhaps you knew some man who believes with Burns that "a man's a man for a' that," and who, conscious of his own financial worth ,drcsses just as indifferently as he pleases. And while receg' niziing his right te dress as he pleases, you knew that he sometimes suffers injustice and less be cause of his unwillingness te leek like what he is a successful business man. It is the same with a business which believes "Everyone knows us ; no need te put en frills," and writes its letters en any paper that will take typewriting. Every new and then some one siscs it up by the leeks of its stationery, and sizes it up wrong. Yeu knew that the man and the business would be better by overlooking nothing that helped te give a correct impression. One must de business with the world as one finds it, and the world is just as apt te judge by externals as it ever was. ioei selected new rag stock 120 years' experience Bank notes of 22 countries Paper money 0438,000,000 people , Government bends of 18 nations Crane's BUSINESS' PAPERS ' "-Li"" ' EVEMj(&0 Elfej3 - - . U. S. TO PROSECUTE MARIINCAFE MEN Warrants Prepared After Liquor Is Seized in Raid by En- forcemomV Agents FORGERIES ARE CHARGED The Federal District Attorney's of fice announced this morning that three warrants arc being prepared for the proprietors of the Martin Cafe, Wa'nut street near Twelfth, raided early this morning by prohiblt'en agents, who sny tltcv seized n quantity of liquor. These named in the warrants nre Arthur Schwarz, president of the cor cer cor neratlon nnd one of the cafe managers: H. M. Rcrg, treasurer, also one of the managers, und Frank Schelly, secretary. They nre charged with the illegal pos session of lliiuer. The raid was cptuiiicted uv nnrvev I ri. Duncan nnd Rebert Ii. Abel, of the Stnte Prohib'tlen Director's etlice. with mere than thirty ngeilts, who stormed the place through front and rear doers while guests dnuced te the strains of u jazz band. The ntcnlH say they get n qunntlty of whisky, champagne nnd "h'eh-pewcr" beer. The raid wns the result of purchases made In the place bv nrohlbitlen agents nosing as guests. Several agents were in the place last night, hut took no part in the raid. Find Forged Prescriptions Prohibition agents Investigating re ports that drug "teres near the Uni versity of Pennsylvania had been sell ing whisky te students cnine ncress n trail of forged permits, according te n statement of S. F. Ituttcr, nssecinte prohibition director. Mr. Ruttcr's nnme and that of William McCenncll. Stute director, were found en the per mits, Mr. Rntter said. The discovery was mnde. he added, In n Woodland avenue drug store. When agents asked te leek ever the drug store record they found evidence thnt some one had supplied it complete set of "cover-up" papers, including pre scriptions nnd permits. Seme of these were signed with rubber stumps, nnd. according te Mr. Rutter. clever imita tions of these used in his office. Ne arrests wei-p mnde, but tl" "cents will continue their Invest lgut!' f and if the drug store owners ;irr fVnd nt fault prosecution nnd revocation of the legnl permits will fellow. Mr. Ituttcr Isaid. Hunt Cellins Weman Pal The search Is centinuing for the woman who is believed te be the con federate of "Dapper Den" Cellins, skipper of the rum-smuggling yacht Nemnd. The woman is known as 'Mush" te her friends Further investigation into the career i Extraordinary ! ! ! I Ve nre tnlilnr persunnl rnRrntlnu orders from jour platr, ou all en- I craved i Cljrijstmag Car&si eniiKns nut;i:ivi:n today Delivery Friday I nfter taklnir your order. 1 All Uncrnved Chrlntniun Curds Willi i isnveiepes lieuueeu 10 Te I BURT & BURT I ROOM 201 1001 Clientnut Street J r New, seriously, is your advertising printing as geed as it ought te be Z The Helmes Press, -THnters 111 5.29 Cherry Street Philadelphia Meya Prisoners Give $100 Purse te Frecit Convict The news of Sabntlne De Mnsl's pardon fe ra double murder which no one ever believed he committed was telephoned te the Eastern Pen-. Ilentlary hist night by C. Stuart Patterson, Jr., Ids attorney. The warden was plensed nt the news, nnd called eut: "Het Tti male (de ainal's nickname), you've mnde it." The prisoners heard the call and cheered. "Thank Ged," said De Mase, "get someone te tell my sis ter In Gcrmnntewn I'll be home for Chrlstmns." The prisoners subscribed u purse of $100 te give the freed man n new start In life. of the Nemnd, new held bv the Gov ernment, developed thnt Celiius person ally did net negotinte for the purchase of the sub-chnser, although the man who did used the nnme of Cromwell nnd said he was Mr. Stotcsbue's stepson. inn Nomad was purehned from Henry A. Ilitncr & Sens Company, through Hugh A. MncMullln. nn offi cial of thnt corporation. Mr. Mnc Mullln said yesterday three or four confederates of "Dnppcr Den" were present while negotiations were under way for the purchase of the smuggling era ft. In response te Inquiries from Mr. MncMullln ns te tbu use te which the purchasers intended putting the beat, members of the Cellins band snld they were ubeut te take 11 pleasure cruise .te Flerida waters. ALLENTOWN MEN TO RESCUE Would Pay te Make Heme Here of Jehnsen Pictures Fireproof A letter wns received today by Mayer Moere from n prominent business man Oi Allcutewn, offering te pay for fire proofing of the home of the late Jehn (. Jehnsen, MO Seuth Uread street, '11 vliich the pictures he bequeathed te tlic city will be put en exhibition. "I nm very pleased at the offer," said Mayer Moure. "I have written tin.' men expressing niv thanks nnd say ing that the city should 1 able te pay for such improvements as an." needed, even though the- Income derived from funds new in the hands of the trustees be insufficient. "The offer allows n fine spirit cpe i hilly coming from an outsider, and it curries itH lisen." The Mayer ordered ni inspection of the Jehnsen property te learn what measures should be taken te make the building fireproof. Newspaper Advertisements Written Clrrtilirn prepari1, l-nnklrt compiled. e. letters composed. advCrtls.'nsr of all UI.tIs prepared by expertf In your efflce Maxlni"ni Frrrfr lllnlmMm Coit r cei. i.r.nnKR (irnrr: ilr Card Index Supplies Filing Systems 904-906 Chestnut Street Wanted - I've, henril a fellers! And 1 lel nbaul regular knew there are many tuny eecutlve who nre uJl ' ?-', 1,""nn.n. ""I1. -l",rt":- Tltry liayiit foritetten tie Uujs of bnr feet uml tummy urhe. The fnit In, I would like te work for audi n man. And I am net IiunKry or illxceuruged. I nm n crratlte nilTertlBliiK rami--with fultli, enthusluHin, Idea sales Instinct und expcrlnnce. TfetKim- C 912, Ledger Onice We heartily thank our many customers for the Largest Volume of Christmas Business that we have ever enjoyed, and invite their continued patronage in these last few hurried days. Our stocks will be found full, varied and satis fying, as they are daily replenished. We give courteous, intelligent and efficient service, assuring instant attention and the avoidance of long and tiring delays in making purchases. Nowhere will you find a mere satisfactory place in which te shop than this "Man's Itere." Especial features for Christmas found in our assortments of Neckwear Heuse Coats Handkerchiefs Mufflers Traveling Bags Sweaters Jjeunging Gowns Moter Wear '"ur-lined Coats v ""' Dress Clethes JACOB REEDS SONS MM-I426 ChestatSCrcet - . .. . NNOCENT1 WILL FREE I MAN IN JAIL 12 YRS.SsI Parden Recommended for Sa- batine de Mas! en Confession of Real Slayer of Twe Men WOMAN AIDS IN FREEDOM Snbatlne Dc Mnsi, who hus served twelve jenrs in the Eastern Peni tentiary for n murder he did net com mit, may be home by Christinas. A panien nun eeen reeemmeuae. j i. State Parden Heard 'nt Hnrrisbuig. . De Mai wns the victim of the spite ' 1 the victim of the spite e the rcnl murderer, ri.', ,, n ni-lsener in rte. new n. prisoner n lltnl for the Criminal ii'i rAMM.i nnd vengeance Michael Compert the Stnte Hesv Insnnc, nt Farview. When C.omperto was arrested f'ir the murder of Jemes Quinn and Henry V. Sayler, In Qulnn's saloon, Hrn.ml and Eyceming streets, 111 September, 1!lOi), h'e wns told thnt De ainsl hnd 'squealed" en him. lb' nt ence confessed und Implicated De Mn-1 in the hooting. Sentenced te Re Hanged De Mal uii! sentenced te he hanged. His attorney. Charles J. Reiicy, win has since died, believed hint te be in nocent, lie fought te the Inst, ditch for liis man and obtained him a .new trial. Again the verdict wns murder in the iirst degree. Rency died nnd his widow took up the light. Mrs. Renoy finally succeeded in bavins the sentence com muted te life Imprisonment. Meanwhile Coinperto had been ad judged insane and removed te t'ie PUBLIC PARKING SPACE When mhi come ilen lenn te lti fnr.iire nt fiiKlit pnri; jour car nt THE PARKING PLACE 1 in n. i:tii sTitr.irr Open S ,. M. te 11 V. M. rurklni; CliarKCH, DOc Me Holidays 5NTEKEST never takes a holiday; it works 24 hours dr.lly. Yeu can have this faithful servant, INTEREST, working for yen if you will open a Savings Fund or Checking; Account with this Com pany. DOUBLE Your Savings It CAN Be Dene COMMONWEALTH Title Iemriace and Trait CempB7 ,N. W. Cor. 12th and Chestnut St. Kutabllahert ISSil that "regar feJler" I am nn executive of u national " nml &.... nK acrtlilne anil kale promotion nlnn,, I am h copy .peclnlUt writer of editorial nnd bit about "relliB." I Imvn net "nrrlred." I wnnt te lieep reIiib and crew- lK. under neinc rettiilar fellow "he lini nn ndiertllnir problem worth ellnir. I'm 2 nnd pnr- tleuliir nbent choelni; my bem. lie will be the nnme ubeut me! giving are Gloves Heuse Robes Silk Shirts Canes Belts Hosiery Bath Robes Umbrellas Gelf Teggery Dress Waistcoats Fraternity Wear u DECEMBER 2& 1921 . , nsylum. Then, one day. nt confession, he told of what he had done. The mat ter wns brought te the attention of District Attorney lletan by the Rev. Themas H. McCarthy, or sr. iwtwnru ? Mi tli inml lerk s ,1 Ynrli (.(reels, nnd ns closely questioned. .. v... ....----, ...I.l.,..,t.. ,f.p,l case lm nnWyndmittcdtef lie naici ue .uasi r.nu woiue. ism mm I rhc first chance he get. This led te ' the story of the supposed "squenllng." I nnd flniil'y admission that lie hud 1 . ... .v. " , ,., ,.111 1.1...! I "framed" De .Mnsl te get even. . , Mm. iinnnr. f Hinnif lnterseii. i.t nr,i,n.i tn Tin reu. Mnlnr Wviine. W...,T. OLlillli 1 ... . r-'.', ' " .WU !-, tvt V '( I -..w. , j, . chief county detective, nnd Assistant District Attorney Charles Edwin Iex :U once redoubled efforts te have l.)c Masl freed. Mnjer Wynne, Mr. Pat terson and Assistant D'strlct. Attorney Fex hnd their final interview with Cowperto last Monday, nnd then he mnde his finnl confession that freed the mnii lie hated. Mrs. lleney Appeared as Counsel Mm Uenry npnMr,, us IISM)eintr PMi willi Mr. Pattcr.-en before the pimlen R(,nrd. At iirst the District i'r,ien lienrd. At iirst the District j 1 Utemcy's office weh inclined te wait ' f "" further Investigation, hut the Par-; 4m (en,( ,,()p,r,,,, lint twplv iVtn, .H tee jen, fel. ,nnn te serve when I 1. . .... .i..t.- .. 1.1.. i....n.A.w... such n crave doubt ns te his innocence existed. A pardon wns therefore ice- j emnicndrd. j Dc Mnsl expects te spend Christmas j villi his sister, whom he brought te 1 this country from Italy seven mouth j nv with money lie hnd earned making1 bended bugs nt the penltentlnry. When ! lie wns told of his pardon by M'nrdi-ii f.reKtny. De Mnsi was moved Ie tcai. I He had been a model prisoner through) nil the twelve yours, nccerding te the, vnrden. ' "It's been n wonderful dnj." Mrs.) Renny sniil. "Chnrlle knew De Mnsl 3BWC-"- Mjletide Hi k II ,C -Mns. filLVEBWWm Sr."! nw FOR GENTLEMEN Traveling Ceccs - Umbrellas Wakingticl - Belts - Card Cases Suit Cases - Military Brusties Wallets - Humidors - Traveling Bags StaUoneW-handzcKielfAexctimLcaiher, ' Circassian ifbinut axef FlabcgcKp Bed Quality -Moderately Priced iM STm eS? 5ir 1 ,c ia'i m.x.' vjj m.LLs&iz 1 -v v --- -y "v- 'sjSr f" s 304-56W5G8:-jriflh New Yerk Paris &tt? Carlten etri BROAD AND WALNUT STS. PHILADELPHIA CONTINUE THEIR , December Sales Reductions Include All DAY DRESSES EVENING GOWNS COATS CAPES AND WRAPS SPORTS APPAREL FURS AND MILLINERY Steal Cfjrfetma (gifts Fashionable Hand Bags Vanity Cases arid French Novelties ' SPECIALLY PRICED I t ""1 1 i I I TO I J I lit J rcrr Lew r.ctff" en yvarShpta fi I T3TIC7 Ttm I A aj&&M S P O 'Mm f ti 'j pair pcrftt!; emj fjm, ,r.,r fully selected fv iunfitjA l.cnj pai. Iirl.'fci D mal;t th s lUc ,ti.l re,- ar!. uble lietlinj rceni of the siaiev Women's Pure Thread Silk "Geisha," Extra Quality 1 ') strand: all .shadci: (fi f h JT .' pr. $4.00. or a pair. P J- 0 U Women's Silk and Wroel Clex Hosiery !1 c-olers ami (T -t P7 p? '.cM'licr shadrs. ... p JL O Women's Pure Silk Hosiery 1 ul! lashiened. Q J QT 11 wanted slul.w pXt0 Women's Weel ii: 1'rewn heutlur inixiurcB Sex for Men! Silk and Weel . In heather shades. Quality Silk Sex i wns innocent nnd he wns sure he would be freed." , , , "On behalf of the. defense, we wnnt te thank the District Attorney's of flue for the fairness nnd courtesy it uTs shown. te us in tins case, nna csnr- clnlly Mnjer Wynne, for his untiring . . . . 'Clieris mill SKlll in uii.;..:viii. C..UUH. Ad . I.lll -. .-ubt AllABtA material importance." ... ....... .1 "Late te Werk" Excuse Confirmed , Murket street enrs were held up j twentv minutes this morning when the . lnnki - of 11 Reute lil ciir beenme jammed In rounding the loop en Frent, street ut iilieut M e clet'K. A service I.ruCK W" ; -; f .' . .' . . . I... rushed te the scene, but the tie-up had extended beyond Eleventh street lielere the crippled car was repaired and con tinued en its way. If disappointed - We emphasize the fact Ihat our large assort ment of magnificent; Xrnas cards still offers the same opportunity for individual selection and the prices are unusually low. ponten's Cnestn'Jt Ta. -"".nch, Gifts fl ill H i?l 4 JI VXl: &:ULJUA -AvCnUC 4G"ne47'STS. v "w " IB - iRi;t n -.ae c v ?&& WMi fitfS- Prices for Last-Minute Gifts- Unusual Reductions rices Lowered te Move Out All Holiday Stocks-! Hosiery Slippers She pi-actlcai, accei'-,-blc and ecoueiu.. iar gif. r''ii(4iicr isjerft? and n' jailnff.s- that will h,lp ieii fill yei r Christmas list icei.e iicalty. Fer Women &g& $1-$1.25 -$1.75 IPnv Hi fill T c "lPar 95c and $1.95 Fer Children I " 95c and $1.95 Hosiery 95 c THE BIG Four Floers II , Mei, IJeineii, 1204 - 06 - $1.15 95c E ' Of"3 Melting Like . Snowbanks DAY by day our splendidly large stock of Super -Value "melts away" under the cheerful smilc-beams.ef satis- ficd customers. That se many J thousands of Philadelphians , want them is perhaps the ' surest proof that our Suits x and Overcoats are what we r claim they arc: SUPER-VALUES ', 2S 33 38 & H3 YOUR WINTER OVER- ,.' COAT will suit your taste as perfectly as it will fit your manly shoulders if you select from our frequently replenished variety of Ul sters, Conservatives, Rag- j lans, and great coats. ,' p v. it n y s YOUR WINTER SUIT can be the best you have ever had if you get it here, for there are no finer quali ties of goods, without re gard te price, than you'll find in our Super - Values. Yet the prices are reason able enough te be mighty attractive. r r: n it y rf GIVE THE BOY a Pat rick Mackinaw for Christ mas. Useful and pleasing te the iuveni!: eye. $15 and vld. Perry & Ce. 16th and Chestnut SUPER - VALUES in Clethes for Men FINE FRAMING Etchings Prints Water Celers Paintings TOE ROSENDACH GALLERIES 1330 Walnut Slrect F Quick Servict Experienced Salespeople Comfert In Shopping Goods Delivered Promptly 1628 Chestnut Slreel Christmas Cards and Caltndirs Xmas Sale SHOE STORE', Scaling Capacity for 000 1 .1isses, lieya und Children C 08 Market Street " ' ! I it "' i 3' It 7 t J i -i tt .n.. . .-rWji cr si fi. ,. -- - t . ..