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M In What !e ynn ,),, , :, , , Mi i-, . banklnp hours 1; h, u'.h i I , your psitV Even If you ,n .it I ,w . banklnp rnnniv. -s i m-p'-.'" carried witv u i m.- .1 n: venleni. Wc nri ipen frnin !) REPUBLIC TRUST COMPANY 129 Ciestnut Street HOURS 9AM-IOPM uJinn)i!inrjiruBi::tuiiuii.arMiTO!n-'in'"nnip.iH!i'T!iiHia!n!nina:KTii!i!mnit; The finest butter in America! M 1 Butler I Tedn y Cs Sold only in our Stores TLMETHf K ftTencs CO, Eirffliiiria,'i;!iiii;i:irHi?!ii'! ww trew ' "i 'i mm 1 j 11 f - J ------- - - -- n m il I - - - i it u mi In 1 111 1 Itermlne wlictlicr tfint rcjehm Bheuld Imvclfnvltlrt LItlitiftnin dml Tdtdftd t6 con- 1 tilluti iit 1 .It lit 1 111 In (iiivnfnltrilf v. i fiifn tfrntn envlinniln tiilnpnutd lr icntllA RECENT VILNA PLEBISCITE TJm- ronten tin) Ceumll rmiW ilftf fe! I friendly Tower If .tlicy were tmnWc te ..- ngnln ttif rlectlnn, wliieli, lUTerdlns tejreneh nn timlcrKtiuuling between thcm niKiHicliil returns. reFiittnt In 11 lnrttc ftclvcM. Election Conducted by Poland Was ninjirity In fnver of li!Ainl, wnsTtlutt! TI10 I.ltliimiilni rciircHcntntlve here Net Anhnrli.ri ' Poland Iield the lel)lclt6 without the Mid the trouMe wAn.ilue chiefly te fall ienen. .Inn. 1tt.-(Ui A. I'.l-r.uil ,.,. .... ,'.,, WM!, i.vnucht lifm I Huh 11 dellnltc frontier. ITymnns. prextdiiii; eflieer of Ihc ( 01111- ti, (,iiU.n nt (lux wertilns'H wkhIiiik ell of the I.enctie of Nations, in ..essieii 1 when n resolution wn unwilled ter '5urJrJen Blfize of Shots Soreads heir, today announced that the Conn-1 mlnntlnB .H,,'0e,,'r,a. ?ncl1 ,ntery euuueii Diii.u ui .jiiui.3 v,. ,.'.... . j. .. ini'iluirN of Kcltllnc the dlsmite. nrnnrw. ..II .....1.1 .i.tl liili. nnf.iiiniii.rt il inn . . .:. . .. ....' ' ' : Terrer at Isaminger and Vltm ..mh,., 1,,-id last Sunday te de Mifflin Streets , inp te witimrnw its niiiiiary .commis sion of control within one month, mid Senater Pepper Coming Heme Washington, .J.111. 18. Senater l'epper will nrrle In rillladclphln nt II o'clock tonight from Washington te remain ever week end. Blj f I'nrr Ji, .ipm ',Ue ii.rtnn H ImptratlTf te Hi 'err Meturlut kmS BLACK HAND PLOT SEEN ! One man ! ilcnd nn-! nnn''er. nn Innocent hv.tnni'er. ihlni , " r,J"' I ; of a vellev of pltel h"N that "tert'ed Resident In the vlclnilv of iM-nlncer and Mifflin ircet. In-t nlsht. The whole else N shrmidei! in ny , terv. and the murder mimn deteetive ire under the imprcxieti t!ie for an f.taut the -inlster ecret werklnc M he lllncl! Hand Hn-l-ed Inte the open and left it trntl of death ami neenv A trail of bleed en the pnow-cevered 1 'treetn may lend eventually te the mur- ( derer , I The dead man it MlchnM Pnnnlene, iwenty-lx. W! H street N . .. a-h- : ncten. D. '. ra-MMflle I.lhre. tvent four. ll)7 Seuth IseminKcr -trcet. H, , dvlns In St. Acne' lleipitn1. The! 1 ,.eli.e are hunrlng fr Inl,n J ettn. 1 itwentv-tlve. nld te live fit IS'.l lleff- mnti 'street. The family at that 10I lre (;en knenlnc him. S:in.Miilene n -het threuch the enr. cheek, chest, month, hip and abdomen, j sir bullef. in nil hems bulsed in lit l.edv. lie n taken te St. A";;,v Hespltiil nfmidnipht and die I at 1 :.W thin niernin; The met de.;ienit. e(Torts , f the police were fruitless In get tine a 1 connected statement from him. I,ihr: Is In the -nnie he.pllal with two bullets in his nldemen a-i.l tdiyldnns de net, hel, mu.'h hope for hin recniii. Assailant lOsrnped The iraceih eciirred without warn Inf nt 11 :."(' and although the murder, sound hns found four or five w'.Iiiemp. none of them can tell hew th" nffnir started. All agree that a rattle of re- oler slinte attracted every one's nt- 1 tentlen te two men standing In the mid dle of the street, both firing. Then San- ' s.-ilene fell. !l: nsnilant steed eyer, his pretrnte form and continued (Iring until hi wen-mn wa emptied, t'nlinb ' relead:ng it he turned and ran and has net been seen since. W'h -1 the .rash of the gun- -i'n.," . 1 ibrc run nu.ird the two men. - he I prenched two bullru .-truck him ni.d he fell. Themas' Pulie. 1IH0 Seuth I-iuiln-. r street, who heleid imt the df. I man "te the riitomebile will.li t ' h.'ii 1" li. hospital, .said ilus mernin-: : 1 I wiK in m liedrmm when 1 henrd 'i. s',,-4, I Vim out Inte the sf. t . see what It 'n. T looked 'in the ngtli of the .(reet an." near th.- en I. 1 : .er .1 Inine. 1 saw two forms in the ! '.Id'e if the stre't. There le '- in sight." Dying Stalement Made District Directive Transhite'la. if flie Fourth and Snyder avenue station. ' lurried te St. Agnes" Hospital an I tried 10 get n statement from Sansaleti-. He was in such a weakened condition and fuh pain that his statement wn dis dis cenncctcd and net much could he made of Ins Ftery. A magistrate was luis 'i'v summoned te tnke the dying man's .(position, bi;t there was only etunigli ,11 it te incriminate t'usatte. The police are net certain whether Sanalene said he n with t'usatte wiien the sheeting ec.urred. or whether ,.e -aid (.'tisntte hnd done the tiring. Thev are inclined te the lnttT belief hc.atise Cusutte seems te have disappeared. .saiisalniie eiindcd Mure Sansalene did, however, ndinit if was le who tired tint shot that wounded I.ibie. A revolver 'withtwe empty 1 liambers found beside hira In the su,..f, together with the fact that he was, tie-ing toward Libre when the lattu fell, make the polite believe tlild part uf the tery. Scores of people witnessed the last part of the tragedy. Isvtmngci- ctrect is 11 small thoreughtiiro running imrtii nnd s.mtli wiT,t of Twelfth street. The neighborhood H pepulateii almost en tirely bv Italians. mju1 all the ligmes in the sheeting are of that nationality. They are notoriously close-tneutlied in sit. h matters, and the detectives un under the Impression that many knew n.ere than thev care te tell. find Trail of Illoed Detc lives found a trail of bl.el had :cg fr '.11 t'ne miild'" of t..e .-tr. ,-t te M. -Ki.m .'reet near t'ltnulc. The jtelice In .ieve 'bat the sI.i.mt mf-f have hem . uif ned ibij 11, ink ti'.it his hloeil tvu-i what six tied tl.e stu w . line heeiy that Is new being werke-1 t is tlutt Suiistileiie .ame ,,.i i'r. i,! W isbLnisien for the express, purpeje 1 1 illiti'; sonic one in n vendetta, .iml that tin- nth in 111 jet him tirst. liesides lleanj n ml Schcllcr. of the1 mnrdrr squad nt City Hall, and Trim- I sl.itelln. several Italian detectives are ' en t'.ie ciise. With only Sansalene'n jumbled sinry and the bloody trail te go en, all these men believe the unlutien Ins v.iincw here in the niiiiImm- niindx of 1 vendetta c.i-inlieis and thn' the whole truth will net be found out for a buig ' 1 nue. All tleir efforts are new bent ' tuwurd llpiuelninliiig t'usatte. Tl.e poll, c have s.i far beiu able te ham little u'linn .saiistUene. I.ibre , iitu ti tin. .-iiuiitr.v six menthii age, nnd hns been lnluc with hit uncle, at' 'he Iseminger street address. He works nt the Mcl'iiliiin Signr IJetinei.v , at il e Tasliei street w luirf. Delay Stillmnn Appeal te Friday New Yerk, .Inn. ! - illy A. I'. 1 Postponement mull irxr l'rlday of ar lii.iiicni mi .lilacs A Stil iimu'm nppcal ''reii tl.e er.li r gr.iiitiug hi wife S7.".i)il peiiseM m li.dd t'aiiadiuil lienfings in tleii- diverc.- sinr was taken today when tie in se ciinic before ihc appellate di vision of the Siitneme ('mirt. It was 1 t tin- end of' today's en'endur, leaving insiitliiieiit time for urgumeiils. After-Dintw.r Tricks imm p . ydi;i,k LSlligKl BUY FHOM '... V5l?(nOC 1 !,ll 58 j Se. .IS The Man Who Met Ills Mrttcl. A clever little trick with mntchcn is te nrrange 11 number of them In the de sign shown above. Mnny t;uesses will be made by the spectators while the tig tig ure U being formed, but when com pleted It will be nn excellent represen tation of the ex -Kaiser "The Mac , Who Met His Match!" Celrletif. J91S, bv I'ublte Lttterr Company I'llOSIlNlrNT I'AItKNTS INTKHVIKYVKIJ J5. .1" ',.' "V" "i ,wir. or in vi Y tt oAnether Great- OKef-w Recerd! 1 TUCK ME TO SLEEP In My Old 'lucky Heme" Tener with orchestra BILLY JONES g.iliillh1iWAiiii'Wg ' f &0R6 (fermantewnIye. Faultless Service, vSfppoinhtierJsFbods. On the ether side "My Sunny Tennessee" tenor with orchestra orchestra Ne. 4479 10 inch 85c. TWO hits en one OKeh Recerd. That's the way OKeh Records de things. And you've rarely heard two mere appealing mel odies of the Sunny Seuth and you've never heard better reproduction. Buy rTny One of These SIX BEST SELLERS -Lewis James. Mm Iml 4498 10 in. 85 c. 44"4 10 in. 85c. 4502 10 in. S5c. THE SHEIK OF ARABY- Fex Tret Ray Miller, Meledy Kin, and His Black and White Meledy Beys FOUR HORSEMEN--Fex Tret Giant nnd His Orchestra VV1MMIN (I Get te Have 'Em That's All) One Step- Jeseph Samuels' Jar.i Band WABASH BLUES- Fex Tret Jeseph Samuels' Jazz Band LEAVE ME WITH A SMILE Fex Tret Erdqdy anil Hfa Famous Orchestra TEN LITTLE FINQERS AND TEN LITTLE TOES Fex Tret- Erdody nnd His Famous Orchestra 4477 10 in. 85 c. 447G 10 in. 83 c. 4468 10 in. 85c. i I'VE GOT MY HABITS ON-Fex Tret Jeseph Samuels' Jnzz Band MUSCLE SHOALS BLUES- Fex Tret - Harry Radcrman'a Jazz Orchestra WEEP NO MORE. MY MAMMY Fex Tret Glantz nnd His Orchestra GEORGIA UOSE-FoxTret- Glantz and Ills Orchestra ( EIMINI BAY Banjo Soleiit APRIL Fex Tret Harry Reiser, (Accompanied by Reja Dance Orchestra) SHOWERS (Frem "Bombe") Fex Tret Markel'3 Orchestra Fer sale by your neighborhood dealer GENERAL PHONOGRAPH CORPORATION, NEW YORK tf THE RECORD OF QUALITY WSkIwT. IJHtff ' rz ffftTW-AgfTvyya h wM m m rA.' W r jwjra rnt.vmm'kiit tm INC. Jariifftejifi i2628 GjZfrzut Street. Still Greater Reductions in Women's and Children's Apparel for Saturday 1 f i " '.' ' md Misses' Dresses, (lirls' Coats and Juvenile Apparel arc en the Sec Sec Sec Fleer; Women's and Misses' Coats, Suits and Furs arc en the Third. $15.00 for Misses' Dresses formerly priced at $30.00 te $45.00. $29.75 for Misses' Dresses formerly priced at $45.00 te $55.00. $37.50 for Misses' Dresses formerly priced at $55.00 te $75.00. $12.50 for Girls' Coats, 6 te 14 years, reduced from $18.75. $18.75 for Girls' Chinchilla Coats, 6 te 16 years, reduced from $32.50. $25.00 for Girls' Coats, 6 te 16 years, values up te $57.00. $47.50 for Girls Coats, 6 te 16 years, values up te $100.00. $15.00 for Women's and Misses' Suits, previously priced up te $50.00; some fur trimmed, ethers in light weight materials for spring. $25.00 for Women's and Misses' Suits, previously priced up te $62.50. $37.50 for Women's and Misses' Suits, previously priced up te $97.50. $49.50 for Women's and Misses' Suits, previously priced up te $180.00. $33.00 for Women's and Misses' Coats, previously priced up te $39.50. $47.50 for Women's and Misses' Coats previously priced up te $55.00. $69.50 for Women's and Misses' Coats, previously priced up te $90.00. $85.00 for Women's and Misses' Coats, previously priced up te $115.00. $1.95 for Children's Dresses of American-made and Andersen ging hams, sizes 6 te 14 years, previous prices up te $3.50. $12.50 for Girls' $1J5.00 Jersey Dresses, Peter Pan or Slip-ever; with or without half sleeves; 8 te 18 years; henna, blue, brown, red and black; some have the skirts en a muslin body, ethers en waistband; made from the finest grade of worsted jersey. All Fur Coats, Scarfs and Muffs at Reductions of 25 from the Regular Prices ptMMmammmmmmmmMmzm USF A reduction of 23c a dozen In (I weeks! Strictly fresh 4IcI curten of twelve Sold only in our Stores ,?f!E?m;! SJP453..SS raiwsiAftWi-ij HifHnrsnniT,inn.-tinDmri5(riiat;i7imii!t!fjrii!jinr.:inin:irjm;iiiin!inif;.,inninr VBl (i.iM.iTilT.mtmmnmtrtrrtie.n, .,!.,, , A JEJ MHK) mp dim I MA f iTr SH i WS hM WSu m i FMm imvm M$m m See Pftge 2, Automobile Section Sunday Ledger, Jan. 15 Imperative te Every Motorist GST" n J wveitTuntt, lWfttas'Riut axd makhiir of ire.vK.Vfl and cmlvhex's avi'akktj of run uwiikst viiaiiactkr FOli UOltK THAN rWUNTY-SIX VliAUS GOWNS WRAPS SUITS FURS BLOUSES LINGERIE HOSIERY 3 p Chestnut Cerner Twelfth SWEATERS MILLINERY SKIRTS PETTICOATS CHILDREN'S APPAREL NEGLIGEES January Frem Every Angle Displays Strength and Superior Opportunity Yeu ask why? The "Harris" Sale is made up of very recent fashions, selected but a short time age. Apparel which smart dressers have longed te find at a moderate price. This we premised and did. New the reductions are made en these very low prices se that we are justi fied in saying that the Sale is different and better. Dresses Extraordinary Reductions The present markings represent still further reductions, en prices pre viously reduced. The values are made mere interesting by a special and very unusual purchase of high-grade gowns. Street Dresses Formerly te 35.00 16M Street and Afternoon Dresses Formerly te 10. JO 25M Street and Afternoon Dresses Formerly te 65.00 35-00 Afternoon and Evening Dresses Ferme) 1 1 te 89.50 45M Dresses for the Larger Weman Extra-Size Dresses ! Extra-Size Dresses I Formerly te 89.50 Formerly te 75.00 39-50 49 .50 .Sl-XOKD FLOOR Coats and Capes A Superb Collection 29.50 te 125.00 former values 49.50 te 225.00 In this very unusual assemblage of Coats you will find the winter's most beauti ful styles and materials. A number of exclusive one-of-a-kind models that are very desirable. Materials are behvia, Andrea superior, panvelaine, orlande and marvellh models of "Han-is" origination. Yeu can form some idea of the won der of the values as a whole when we tell you that at 00.50 you will find Coats with beaver cellar and cufTs. THIRD FLOOR This Different Kind of Juvenile Sfaep Establishes Itself Foremost in Value-Giving as it Is Already Known te Be a Leader in Smart Styles for Youth Girls' Dresses 6.95 Formerly te 12.50 Of serRe, PeiiTt twill, tricelinc and jerscy. Straifrht'lini', blouse, effects, nnd practical two-piece styles. In Navv Blue, Rust, Tim and Brown. Well tailored and correctly shaped. Fer ages -1 te 1-1. Girls' Dresses 12.95 Formerly te 25.00 Of 1'olret twill, Canten crepe, twTeta nnd velveteen. Clever combination frocks of crepe de chine and scrire nre included in this extraordinary collection Fer ages 0 te 14. msual Charm Great In Reduced 5 1 ur-1 rimmed Coats 12.50, Formerly te 25.00 s news as unusual as it sounds. A ranne of very smart styles in one, duvet de lame, chinchilla, belivia and broadcloth. All have Party and Afternoon Dresses of Unusual Charm dentin v,h,oe,l T 1 T 'P l n -. , ' inns rur-i is inis is silverten large fur cellars; lined and warmly interlined, plenty of the larger sizes. I'er ages 4 te 10, Girls' Fur Coats-Fur Sets Greatly Reduced FOURTH FLOOR and Wc Specialize In Apparel Tliat Slenderizes the Larger Weman IJMrfl 1 ..ij'ufilSii' Ifl I lairiiuinii. nn ' hoei next t Bui7Jeaic9;BU0 LwjiH. .idi;. li -- n KM' Vt-t" rf ii '"LJTainWi-kiWiw Vs J . 'c'(.tV---'-f