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'V.T l VI ' ... ,r "L''fifMHfc.fK. . Vr if J! V . . TOF?( 's flMG&Tf. . ' " .11 A. .' "4 T 4T J, '' r ; ';' : i , . . ' r ,' i . h ' i V. t ,1 tJ j. v &.i'i 2 , B .r IrT r '?tfvl ' i r - .1 "5J . V . i: ' ' , v " v . A A ALLIES GIVE BERLIN PROVISIONAL DELAY Reparations Beard Acta After French Delegation Loave3 Canned WON'T HALT GENOA PARLEY By Mie Associated Vrthi CwinM. Jnn. W. ht Allied Itcjft- trttWn Cotrtrtldnleii rtt n emiffcficc hre M tlMded e grant ft rfetlclOha de- Jiy te Germany en her rcnrnflens nc- vii Wiirtrte Cteintell edn xAtttliu(l (he KlttiAtlAn ttMtt) by th dcpftrtUM of (he Kronen (ineKnuen nnn ruiru innt incisions en wlilrh n complete agreement hi been renrlied should beegme opera tire. r&prclnlly tliAt retarding the Gcnen (inference, for which l'remlcr Uoneml, tt Italy, wa chftntfrl te Imue Invltn Invltn lien. The Indefinite, decision will be fienncldered. The Invltntlorte were rertrAMed te ,y. The United States and the mere Important oeuMHo wefa nl(ed (e end ti Genea n minimum of three nnd n HiAJtlhulitt of five delrsnleh. and the elher nntlen two enrlh The date of March 8 was nrnvUldiinllv Mixed. A meeting ( the committee for the nritnUttlen 6f thi e)trnl Ihttrnhtlenal C(rp6rntlnn. called for by the council'; plAti for the economic Mobilization of 4 Kiirepe. line been called for January 25 At Londen. The ceuliell met nt 11 o'clock for Mte hetirc. Prime MlnUtcr Lloyd Geerge fad te the members a telegram from M. Itrlaud giving notlrjjief Itf n reJctin reJctin llen from the French premiership. The reuncll directed Mr. Lloyd Geetgc te trlegfnph M. rtrlftnd, expressing re tret at his relgnhtlen and the inter ruption Of negotiation. All the delegations called here by the Supreme Council flre lenvlng Cannes to te dnr. l'rime Minister Lloyd Geerge will leave Cannes for Londen nt 7 o'clock this evening. He may, It Is i stated, step in l'nrlM enreute te confer with President Mlllerand and with M. P6in- CuTe. Wllft IX ffir fill IIP H rmhlnnt in mir cced the Drlaijd ministry. The Itepnratlens Commission will gram wennnny n proTiHenfti (icmy ter liaymjht of tll6 feilili tine .Tnnuary 10 and February 10, 6 far as thfce pay ments were net covered by pnyments In cash or In hind, en certain conditions. iThcsc conditions nra : Fir. During the period Of previsional delay Germany must tiav In. approved foreign sreurltUs !11(6(K),600 geld marks every ten das, the first payment te. be January 10. feecend. Germany within n fortnight milst submit te the commission a' plan for reforms or appropriate guarantees for ita budget and paper currency, and also ft program for reparation paymfmtfl in cash and In kind ter 102:!, .Third. The period of previsional delay shall end when Ihc o6mmlsslen, or the allied Gevernmehta, have reached ft de cision In regard te the plan and pro gram mentioned In the second condi tion, the balahcft clue becoming payable n fortnight after the commission or the nllle have reached a decision. Berlin, Jan. 13. (By A. P.) News of the Hriatid ministry's retirement reached elllclal (luartfrs from Paris ut the Olexe of yesterday's Cabinet bcsslen. Cabinet member declined te discuss eventualities, but Ofllcial opinions con cur In the belief Hint the reparations Issue for the mertient has again been thrown into confusion. Official speculation centers around the predicament Inte which Lloyd Geerge WaN suddenly placed through "the Ids of hla dancing- partner." which Prlaml has been designated since the Cannes peurparler wera Queued. Man Overcome by Gas Adelph Mnrnskl. a boarder nt 105 SaJalgnac street, was found uneensrintiB from riftS fllmr liv Mn K-nit. ,:.. Tamasr.ewsk early today when she called him te go te work. At the Me. merlal Hospital It was said he will icreTer. inere was no thought of sul clde, police said. EVENING PITBTjIC IEDGrEKr-PHILABELTHlA, FBIIAy , - ' "-"-i"' i f ( , 611. . ! " lK ,t,'.li- i5,i'ih.t f fl - . d" i mi jANUAte. is, m$ l 'It 'na i ;,' A, - j.r h : td 'v; MP Uncommon Sense ., Iiy JOHN HIAKK Suapended Scntcncb IV IS necessary for some people te judge ether!. Thcse people are. placed en the bench nnd in Jury bexefc. They arc paid te dlschnrge the duty of Judgment, nnd discharge It they de. though the task la often disagreeable. The .rest of us make Judgments be cause It 1b the habit of every one te innke judgments. AVc llke or we de net llke people sometimes because of their exactleiia personalities, often because of their actions. We, nr very ready te condemn them if they de net obey the 'cede that we have ndeiitcd as our ewti rule n( con duet. Hemetimes we condemn them because we de net like the shape rtt their noses or the color of their hair, or the way they tot their meals. AKB judgments we must but we nnn iiituruuiit sentence If we like. nflrl uh 1.I1AII ile ml, ell llHIIIlier. ftHd fcl't along better with our frleutla and neigh - brtiM If we de. M i 'PliM a.Hk& Ha. ilia IuikhI luifii.n lin -IU JIIUII lll lIM: IVI1UII IIUi-1lW IIM inakes hU Jihlgmentv, thu jury in the box befere. It brings In u verdict, linvc nil pebsible evidence ai hand. The whole machinery of tln Htrttc Is nvoll nvell nvoll tible te heciire this o.vldence. we make our individual Judgments With very llttle rvldcnce iiHiiully Willi the evidence ngnlnsl I lip person, whom we Judge seldom taking the trouble te leek ever the evidence In lile favor. This being tin4 case we can ery well nfferd te held our verdict, or our ecu-' tencc, In 1cscrvntlen. HAT we thllik of n man may net alter lilrf Uhole life: but, If our w opinion Is adverse, It certainly will dd him he ge6d. It will be virtually lm lm pensib ( te keep from cemmunleiillng It te ethers, nnd thus character I a under mined nnd careers brought te ruin. HuNpcndcd sentence merely given these uheiii we de net approve n chance te show that yve have wrongly estimated them. This most of them will de in the long run. . ... Of course, if a ninn Is n proved thier or M-eiiudrel. It Is well enough te Id him nlmir. IJut It Is far better te held our opinion mid our behavior toward him In reserve until wa enh get nil the facts In his rase for nnd against. Cepirtaht, 1911, lu Pullle Ledger t'empnnu vinelandmAnends life Leuli Letr, World-War Vataran, Commits Eulclde In Heme Vllicland, N. J., .fan. ,'). Letjls Lelz, twenty-sir years old, one of the proprietors of the Klin Clothing factory of this city, shot himself In th" bathroom of his home, 23.") PIuW. i shortly after w o'clecK this 'wm T.nritl. iflai ltlHlnfll,ll.r,(illM. ItlA piercing llie, skull Just above tlie.-jl car. S'e cniise Is assigned. i Letr. was married and has n tut year-Old son. He was an cx-tl man ami inemlter of 'ilieednra jj veil I'eat, Alncrlcnn Legien or laud. Can Be Laid Without Interfering With Production .New is the time te gat h new factory fleer or te mftkq old, worn floors water-tight and weftr-tlght wiVn Kreolite Weed Bleck Floers. These floors will meet every test of every manufac turing condition. They are resilient, quiet, warm and comfortable under feet. Let our Kroelite Factory Fleer Engineers give you their advice and suggestions without ceBt or obligation. We are also in a position te furnish immediately from stock Railroad Ties and Structural Timbers treated with Kroelite Preservative Oil. Call our Philadelphia Office, Locust 6469. THE JENNISON-WRIGHT COMPANY 1420 Cheatnet Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Pheno Lecult 6460 THE JENNISON-WRIGHT COMPANY, TOLEDO, OHIO AUTOMOBILE SHOW January 14 te 21, Inclusive OPENS TOMORROW NIGHT Commercial Museums Building 34th St. Belew Spruce St. 10 A. M. te 11 I M. Admission, 50 cents wATax niiiKCTieN or The Philadelphia Automobile Trade Association The boy himself probably won't realize the value and saving here. But the father ervDali , ITOIQ KS J Olnni Sied U20 Chestnut Sti Extraordinary Sale Plush Coats Saturday- I I LEDGER SHEETS, BINDERS, RING BOOKS, Etc. 'Wmk II.. V?" Steek "' Tranttar Fllt. Crd IncUxi, Vtrtletl Fit M&iJ Hi ffLJHHk MBlK. jfHI fi 1 Felden. Guld Cnrdt. indtx Crd. Bex Fllei. Copy Paptn, Immediate , I33ISSSM WsJBs. Ks2S2 nilMllilimifmTriWa HiHHA. HHk. Sacend ShetU, etc. Offie. Furnltu.. MUy WMMfM WW OSR13lhB I 11 fllHi 111)) I I'tPncttlPMnntrrhtmilVALi Tell Ue Your Fillnc Requirement! Mwr I I nj ffflfM B ' J I ii I HARRY B.LEVIS P (;l;'iff il kii'l 6, J STATWmK 702 Arch St. W llMlMii IPBlPliiJBl I I I LOOK FOR THE GENUINE SALT'S LABEL Eleventh and Market Streets INSIST ON SEEING THE SALT'S LABEL ft?Wl?lf educed ! Reduced ! Reduced ! Net a single coat in our enormous stock of Salt's Plush and Fabric Fur Coats reserved. Everything gees-including bur very finest coats! Only two of the reduced groups are listed here but every ether coat en the fleer is drastically cut in price Remember ! REDUCED PRICE OIV CREAMyWHEAT AT ALL GROCERS Always in Packages - Never in Bulk . 4 Genuine "SALT'S" Fabric Fur and Silk lush COAT Reduced for Saturday te $70Salt,sP!ushes OSalt'sPlushes $ OSaifsPIushei MSSalt'sPliishes I wK m hring aid Pec Seal PSisfcs Insisten seeing the 'Salt's'' Label in every Ceat. Yeu pay no mere for a Salt s Silk Plush, and you get a Ceat that se closely resembles Genuine Fur that at a distance it cannot be detected from a Fur Ceat e are absolutely sincere when we say that any woman who buys a Ceat without first coming te this Sale will be doing herself a real injustice. 80 Salt's Behring k d Seal Plush Coats (S $75 Salt'sHudsen eal Plush Coats iSBM HS&B liaH jg&r v8 tern Main Ceat Dept. FIRST FLOOR All these Salt a Plush and Fur Fabric Coats are cut full flare and de signed en Fashion's very newest lines in scores of individual medbls that appeal te the well-dressed woman. Belted, elaborately silk lined and further beautified with trimmings of genuine fur A wide choice of new styles, including three-quarter, full-length and jaunty sports models, featuring new sleeve and cellar treatments FRANK & SEDERFIRST FLOOR V ,FOR SATURDAY AT FRANK, & SETR, ft mv . - - -...' I if: mffe-V ' J&R itt -- C ; j jf mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm B -(i f 'H '.. -f THl A ' . w ..