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K ,v,'iif.r. ( jc '-?y' ft i fir B Si A HO ST1LLMAN GIF! EVJMTCNG PUBLIC LEDaEH-PHlLAUELPHiA, TUESDAY, BEOEIBEll 27, 1021 FOR ANNE AND GUY cnd Chrlstinns nrctents te tliesc lie Is ngMlnn," "Uliln't Mr. S'tillmnn scml tlnliy Guy f'Veti n ClirlMnins card?'1 "Ne." I "De you knew where Mr. Stillmnn spent Christina.?"' ( "Hew slituld I knew. I de net fol fel low liim nretind. I nm net interested In liN movements." wld. U te lenrn French. Hhe denied lier fntlicr vnH engaged te be married, hh 1mm been lilnted tcveral time"). Miss Stillmnn will snll for Kurepu ngnln en ,)nniinr,v 7. TOOTHACHE STOPS ROBBERY ClienlM for Turn Flrlnr Rn. !:3,lJ",!f,n SUl! i"s,r .""T '"" A" tlent-Scares Thieves Away ,.v,. ,w, , avw miw wifwi ii III 1-lUsMJI IC riU' Ol" IIHU HIT KMIU MUMr? However, Are Sent te Mether's Heme Dentist Returns te Office With Pa tient Scares Thieves Away Chicago. Dec. 'J7. An nching teeth the jewelry Mera next deer. The bur glnrstlmd net bored through te the jew elry stere nml had evidently been fright ened nway upon bearing the two men iinprenchlng. A kit of burglar's tools weighing nl nl mest 100 pounds and n bettle of nitro glycerin, were found In front of the hole in the wnll, opened the coat. Strung about her neck . was n string of pearl. UMl I urrr i-A-rnrn ennu "YVm Snntn Clans recfi te you?' WILL MEET FATHER SOON .Mrs. Stillmnn was aked. "rerliaps I hnve lieen geed te in?. Weman, 65, Asphyxiated . .. ..l..l.l!n .1... I.. .1. ,.., fi-,i i ni.mii !.. ..! shhmku. urr. -i. .in ncmng loom .rciucnini u ij w"i u iu h u--'-eat fastened snugly nbeut her nrck .,. . , .,, .!,... Pnec!len. raineil tlin dent h ntu nm Innkn.I Mm nlptiire nf lienllli u uit-ii i-uiiru iiimin . inrncr ai.u " -. . ;....... ... . iMiting the course of the Interview slw.,1. J. beldchecK. a ilcntlfst. te the latter t elf," plie replied. ! Offered Toe I.lttlc New Yerlt. Vcc 27.- When Mrs. I ...... r .. l . ft...... i..:ii ---.I , , ,, , ,.n Mr. Stillmnn was partleulralv anx- the hall doei of her apartment, at 010 inlH , .m lne mr.rcslnii that the mhI J'lfth iirenue, Christmas morning, she i den arrival In tills country of MIrn found twn ninll inr,.lnnns Irlnp en (lit I Stillmon had Hliy Mgniticencc Other I i.... n, . .... ,i ,i , t,. I than a Christmas visit. She .nld no tloer. 0, xwis addreed t.. .Tames A. , ev(r(HrM fe,. n ,Pttlemrnr llave brrn Stillmnn, .It . eldest en of the banker, made recently although several "feel and the ether In Aleinniler SlIllniHii. ers-' had been sent out during the Slim- second son of Mr. Stillmnn The en- mer. but in each instance, she said, si i velnpcs had net passed through the ' cttlemcnf was Impossible because of mails They had been placed there l the smallnes of tlie financial rotisiilera retisiilera rotisiilera (enie one. biit iust who that person was jtlen. Mm, Stillman said emphnticully Mrs Stillman has net been nble te i mat n recent illation wun ner misnami i learn Kafh envelop contained a is "' of the question, bin indicated I i heck the amount of which was net.th.n a settlement might be effected If tevculcd. and thev lepiesentcd the ' hei future and the futuie of l.aby t.uy i'hrKtma prevents of the hanker te his were amply provided for. we sons. Airs Stillman announced that she and , Miss Anne Stillmnn has been at t lie JStid" will go te Montreal for the Ca- home of her mother since Pildiij. but , tuidiatt hearings in the sutt. She said' there was no envelope for her. It was, her husband' deteiminatien te carry' the first Christmas that she has net re- , the suit through te the end was re- ' reived a stable iheik or some ether fleeted by his H'taining "the greatest, token from her father. Mis Stillman i criminal lawyer in Quebec" te light the lias net heard diteetlj nr indirectly allegations uf liribery made recent I v by from Mr. Stillman. although meie than ' .lehn l- Hrennnn. Iier chief counsel, nnd i three dajs lune pased im c she Jehn I'. Mack, guardian fr Juv Tt reached tlie city. She probably will see is Mrs. Stlllm.iir plan te go te Can- , her fitlier at a li.iu heen Wednesday ndu a few days in advance of tlie hear hear emeulii ie m lower Manhattan, which ing She feels iier presence there is as' office Sunday night prevented burglars from entering the jewelry store of II. Zelkln. They found the front deer of the dental office broken open. A large hole had been made in the wall between the dentist's office nnd the fccenil Uoer of of Mrs. Catherine Campbell, eighty-live jenrs old. one of the eldest residents of Pert Hlohmend. In her borne, '2U1 Tnst l.ipplncett street, jesterday. The body was found by her grandson, James Qiilrk. Mrs. Campbell leaves two sons, one of whom Is new t-ervlng aboard the 1'. S. S. Tenncsaee nnd the ether en the V. H. S. Kentucky. idviscd the three ncccssan as it was at IVnighkeepsic. ".My presence, she ;! ill. inav com. jiel the witnesses te tell tlie truth " Mrs. Stillman snnl her daughter has no definite plans for the fiiliite Her JIrs Stillman ' Mr- Si Minan lias children te attend. "Happy Family Gathering" Tlie nie Has the outstanding in cident that attended the . iirittnn. ninln nbti' i at present fcicDratien atiu reunion m tue Miiimnn children In tlie home of Mrs. Stillman. The celebration was described last night by Mrs. Stillman as "a very happy , family gathering." All members of the immediate Stillman famil. with the I exception of James A. Stillman, were present. The Christmas spirit pre- i vailed, and under its spell Mrs. Still- I man counseled her children against nuj nn!niesit toward their father because I'd the divercr suit. I Inst Christmas Mr. Stillmnn sent i James. Jr , a rifle as u present. The package was nei even opened, such werci the feelings of the boy toward his father at the time. It was immediately sent back te the banker. Hut the checks that arrived this Christmas will net be returned. In line ivith the desire te I disassociate tlie affairs of her children I from the divorce suit Mrs. Stillman has1 advised her sons te retain the dncks. Thec facts were brought out through ! nn inquiry as te whether Miss Stillman ' Imd broken with her father, te which I Mrs. Stillman replied: "Ne. There lb no reason why she should. "Why should children become ' Involved in the difficulties of their par- I ents? I have told them that they showed heir feelings once and that was enough. The children arc coins te have luncheon with him Wednesday. I told them te go. Th're Is no reason why theyi should net go. There is no hostility te- ward Mr. Stillmnn. Tf any feeling ex- i Ists at nil It is feeling of pity." ' None for Her or (Jny "Did net Mr. Stillman send you and llaby Guy any preseuts?" shu was nske'd. "Yeu could hardly expect a. man te 4k2 A Diamond Engagement Ring Mede of platinum in picned design. The diamond is shown te geed advan tage in the octagonal setting $210. Our diamonds arc of a uniformly excellent quality, and arc artistically set in platinum mount ings, designed te enhance the beauty of the gems. S. Kind & Sens nw chestnut st. DIAMOVl' Mi;i;cllA.TS JCWCLURS SUA'ttltSMITHS -) Office araJ Bank Supplies! PrnnLun '-fflarn NacmCemptcry I 319 Market Street An Armful (IK Popular Beeks ion A Few Dollars Jey-Hcadin"; for Leng Evenings ' r.ir.i n, i e f i'i u '!. ' T 1 "eKs fr m hip ' 1,'aiv 'i, Ye'i !! ti1mI, ' fin 1 the I e' r OU ' i" iImi S f' Frem C L" , e e lr. 1 MJIH i'.i ai d r " i i Womrath's Library Shep I) S. Thirteenth St I'ltiluilplphiti JSk Have Yeu Thought of This Gift? 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MOIIV THA 7 HT.VTV W.Y YCAHS GOWNS WRAPS SUITS FURS BLOUSES LINGERIE HOSIERY jfl U&$ nn- Chestnut Cerner Twelfth SWEATERS ' MILLINERY SKIRTS PETTICOATS CHILDREN'S APPAREL NEGLIGEES Our First After-Christmas Reduction Sale The "Harris" Stere backed by an experience of ever 26 cars as manufacturers of Outer Garments" "of the better kind," has already demonstrated its ability te give values that outrank the best. This is significant and important te keep in mind as you review the Values of Our After-Christmas Reductions The reductions are based en "Harris" priccs--nev known te be lowest in Philadelphia for garments of the better kind and tjuality. Ezery Department 'lhreuqh'tut the Harris Stere Participates. Silk Underwear Xerligecs Silk and Weel Hosier it Blouses of the Belter Kind Petticoats Weel Scarfs (towns and Frecks Ceals, Capes, Wraps Furs of Qualilu Children's Apparel Juniors' Apparel Sweaters BLOUSES Prices Halved I his reduction applies te ni.iny of tin lmrliest .styles in our wcll-sclcctcil vtet.k t blouses, very beautiful and unusual ftvlc. 0.015 reduced te ' Pricu -1.98 12.93 i-cauced te i-i Price ".IS 11.95 l educed te '. Price ".IS lG.O.'i i educed te 'i Price 8.I& 18.50 reduced te ' Price 9. 22.50 leduccd te 'i Price 11.t." 25.00 l educed te 'j Price 12.5IJ 27. 50 reduced te 'i I'rice l.l.S.i 2!i.5tj rrdticed te 'j Pnce 1 1.75 !2.5't iTfluccd te ' Price Hi. 25 1 IRT M.OOU DRESSES for Every Occasion of Distinctive "Harris" Origination 19.75 te 75.00 I'jrmerly 37.50 te 150 00 Merclv te illusttate tlie wonder of thec Urcs .ilue- a a whole RlaiKf at tlie D.uue and I'ciiik (jnwns of individual bc.iut in t.itfet.t, crepe Rema, chiffon, cl rr and ihiffen with Ltcc. AVenderful niiidel'. Rcduted te 25.00, 32.50, 44.75 MX.'ON'H M.OOIt -COATS, CAPES AND WRAPS- Stlc Sckxtieu Sut.li a Veu Usually l-'ind .it the Beginning of the Season 29.50 tO 150.00, Formerly 49.50 te 225.00 Kxceptien.il te a decree wonderful selection et thr winter's niet desirable Ceat 1 .isliieus. Qu.ilitv and aluc that ineie and mere impresses itelf as ou inspect the Coats at clec ratine. Matetials are newest, iikIuiIiiik AVonder.'i. l'ull.inn.i. I'.in- daine. Marvella and Gerena. Straight line and Meuse cffcits; urciil.ii .kin. Cellars et nutria, epes?um. wolf. hcacr, caracul and -quirrcl. THIRD FLOOfJ After-Christmas Reductions in This Different Kind of Juvenile Shep Merln-r- will hmi selections tli.it are cuiiiptehrn've stvle ter littlr telk .mil StewtiR Kr's J'1 " "'c very smart, at rc.it savings. Girls' Fur-Trimmed Coats, 12.50 l-nrmcrlv te IS.iO r sr.irrclv need te add exceptional .iluc 'J hey arc of pchlile cheviot set off rliariniiKjly witli fur cellars': Imrd and intcrlinH. Tu blue, tnatoeii, brown and rGiris, Coats, 18.50 lerrm'th te ,?J.i0 -m,i'i niveiiile styles, well tailored m N'einianrlie Cleth, Trench tic; ,ilk lined and warmly interlined. Per ages 0 te 14. Girls' Dresses, 3.75 Formerly te b.i Girls' Dresses, 6.95 formerly te 12.50 . M berg'1, Peiret twill, trn'etnn- ami jersr). Straight-lmc ll'n!.e efTcitj mi practual two piece st!r In navy blur, rut, tan and brown. Well-tailored and correctly shaped. Fur aes -t le 1 I Velveteen and Party Drrttet of light colored taffeta), greatly reduced. FOURTH FLOOR We specialize in ttyle that slendcrile the larger Women ALL SALES MUST BE FINAIf BONWIT TELLER &, CO la&j Siep Orialnatieti CHESTNUT AT 13th STREET UneSpec Sec announcement of the big Sate of Women's Coats IKcdttcs dai in both evening papers. A most remarkable event. TOMORROW: WEDNESDAY Items listed below are rcprc aenlativc of the values offered in eurClcarancc which includes our entire stock of lf'tntcr apparel. OUR ENDOF-THEYEAR CLEARANCE SALE REGARDLESS OF COST Women's & Misses' Distinctive Apparel Misses' Afternoon Street and Evening Dresses GROUP T Formerly te 65.00 Street and afternoon frocks of Peiret twill, clvct, Canten crepe, satin and Georgette. Onc-nf-a-kind models. GROUP II Vermerlu te 79.50 Georgette. Canten crepe, Peiret twill and elct in smart modes for daytime and evening wear. GROUP III Formerly te S9.50 Youthful models for formal and daytime wear in Peiret twill, velvet, Georgette and lace. GROUP IV Formerly te 135.00 Distinctive dresses for evening, afternoon and street wear, of Canten crepe, elet, I'eitct twill and lace. 25.00 44.00 58.00 76.00 Women's Afternoon Street and Evening Dresses Misses' Tailleur, Sports and Costume Suits GROUP I Formerly 05.00 Suits el vcleur dc lainc, showing the fine tailor ing characteristic of suit modes sponsored by Hon Hen wit Teller & Ce. GROUP II Formerly te 70.50 Sports and tailored modes of duvet dc lainc. checks and imported tweeds, with cellars et Australian opossum, wolf and kit fev. GROUP III Formerly te 08.50 Costume modes of soft, rich meiissuie, niechatcv and veld uc, trimmed with cellars of mole, wolf or heaver. GROUP IV Formerly te 125.00 Iligh-tjpc costume suits of nieussync, mechatc or cldync and luxurieush trimmed with squirrel, wolf or hcacr. Misses' Coats. Capes, Wraps Tailored Dress & Sports Medes 26.00 34.00 58.00 76.00 GROUP I .... Formerly up te 89.50 Street and afternoon dresses of cloth, Canten crepe, satin, velvet, chiffon and lace. A diver sity of models. GROUP II ... Formerly up le 125.00. . . . Street and afternoon dresses of Canten crepe, velvet,' chiffon and cloth. Newest colorings and styles. GROUP III ... Formerly up le 150.00.. . . This group et dresses appropriate for street, afternoon or dinner wear. A wide variety of fabrics and trimmings. GROUP IV Formerly te 225.00 Afternoon, dinner and evening gowns; elabo rately trimmed with beads or embroidery. GROUP V Formerly up te 175.00 Dinner or evening gowns of crepe Rema, satin or chiffon ; beaded or embroidered. GROUP VI . . . Formerly up te 185.00... . Dinner or evening dress of black jet or net ; white crepe Rema or chiffon. GROUP VII . . .Formerly up te 225.0th . . . Dinner or evening dresses of chiffon velvet, brocaded chiffon or Spanish lace. GROUP VIII . ..Formerly up le 235.00.. . livening gowns of chiffon velvet; rose or sap phire; dinner gown of navy Georgette. GROUP IX . . ..Formerly up le 235.00. . . . Dinner dresses of Canten crepe, crepe Rema, Spanish or metallic lace. GROUP X . . ..Formerly up te 265.00. . . . Dinner gowns of chiffon, crepe chiffon or velvet biucadc; headed or embroidered. 33.00 47.00 59.00 97.00 125.00 135.00 145.00 150.00 165.00 175.00 GROUP I Formerly le 69.50 llcltcd, hleuscd, Hate and straight line models in Normandy, Ivcrn.i or -efr leating clouts. GROUP II Formerly le 95.00. ...... Youthful coat modes et pan vclaine, cerdclla. Neimandy or mediates, with cellars et AiMia lian opossum or welt. GROUP III Formerly te 135.00 Coats, capes and wraps of cerdclla, pan claim and gerena cloth, with cellais of wolf, beaver or Australian opossum. GROUP IV Formerly te 165.00 Coats and wraps de eloped in Pollyanna, cerdclla. Helivia or Orlande. Cellar? of Australian npesiun, caracul, welt, beaver or squincl. GROUP V Formerly te 1S5.00 Chiffen velvet evening wraps w ith fur cellai and cuffs. Jade, American lScnuu , sapphire and black. Fourth Fleer 36.00 68.00 78.00 98.00 88.00 Women's One of a Kind Daytime & Evening Dresses 125.00 Crept chiffon dinner dress; beaded 83.0(1 129.50 Black caracul clelh; metal brocaded. . . . 85.00 135.00 Silk duvctyn dress; bended 89.50 135.00 Rust crepe Rema; embroidered 1)5.00 135.00 Emerald-green crepe satin; beaded 95.00 1 35.00 Sapphire sequin evening gown 95.00 135.00 Orchid velvet-brocaded chiffon 95.00 195.00 Black chiffon velvet gown; embroidered. 155.00 259.50 Silk duvctyn afternoon gown; embroidered 185.00 255.00 Black chiffon evening dress; beaded 195.00 250.00 Black velvet, lace and jet dress 195.00 Second Fleer Women's Dress & Tailored Suits SUITS & COSTUME BLOUSES 6.908.7510.00 Formerly Priced 10.50 le 17.50 I.encI) hleLi5 of Georgette, Canten i rrpc and ncpc ilc dime .-hew .irti-tii- dciign in heading and h.md rmbieidcn. 12.5015.00 Formerly Priced 15.00 te 32.50 Handsome suit and costume blouses of beautiful fabrics, in na, black and bisque. Lace tiimmcd, cmbreidcicd or beaded. 19.5025.0035.00 Formerly Priced 37.50 te 95.00 ISrecaded clct. ihillen elct and csquisite laics fashion these distinctic costume blouses. l'.ihienablr shades. "BONTELL" TAILORED SHIRTS Formerly 13.50 le 16.50 btiutU tailored Unntell shiits el uepr dc chine, Tiuhu silk or Uonsjeie. I'ten, 111 00 Cambridge and Muster Uiewn cellars. "" V7 Fimt Fleer 35.00 59.50 75.00 85.00 125.00 59.50 English tweed suits; fur trimmed 65.00 125.00 Black meussyne; Persian lamb trimming. 89.50 135.00 Vcldync suits; fur trimmed 89.50 1 50.00 Vcldync suits; fur trimmed 100.00 169.50 Marvella; caracul cellar; wool embroidered 115.00 165.00 Marvella; fur trimmed 1,')5.01) 195.00 Brown manclla; beaver cellar 150.00 235.00 Cray meussyne; wool embroidered jfurcellar 185.00 465.00 Navy duvctyn; Kelinsky cellar and cuffs. 295.00 Second Fleer GROUP I Formerly up te 79.50. . . Suits of nieiissMic ami duct dc Jaiue; some lur trimmed. .MestK small sics. GROUP II ...Formerly up le 125.00. Aleus.stnc, s t-lils in, twill, muchatcs, duct dc I. line and tweed; fur trimmed and tailored. GltOUP III . . ..Formerly up te 115.00 . . . Suits et ii'iiussjfu anil eldne; bcautihilU fur tnmmcd. GROUP IV ... Formerly up le 125.00... . Mnu.ssvnc and, wondeia yiits; fur trimmed. Alse one three-piece model. GROUP V Formerly up te 175.00 Suits of meuss.Mie, Dundee and Scotch tweeds; fur trimmed. MILLINERY CLEARANCE Regardless of original rest, every hat from our exclusive winter stock is reduced for immediate clearance Without exception, these arc the most remarkable values wc have ever offered. 50 bmart Hats , f( Fnmwrh, 10 00 i IR SO 275 Smart Hals I 1 5 Smart Hats Third Fleer 5.00 YQ Formerly 15.00 te 30.00 2Q.00 F"crl) 20.00 h 40.00 ALL SALES MU.ST KB FINAL Third Flqer s Wz Y -UUiVfy .. .,, , - f -- lvJw ' ..