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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, January 18, 1922, Postscript, Image 24

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PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 18, 1922
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MISS CAROLINE NIXON MRS. VICTOR C. MATHER MRS. GARDNER CASSATT - MISS ISABEL FRAZER MRS. CHURCHILL COLEMAN
SOCIETY FOLK APPEAR IN "THE MARRIAGE TAX." THE PLAY WAS PRESENTED LAST NIGHT TO A LARGE AUDIENCE, AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, IN AID OF THE SEAMAN'S CHURCH INSTITUTE
!CAN YOU RECALL THIS.BITnOF :OLD."PHIL:ADEl:PHlX?.
EARL PALMER gives exhibition of trick skatms; at Lake Plucid, N. 'l
After he had cleared the three barrels, he turned a somersault, landin
en his skates. He says it's a geed cure for rheumatism. Ever try t?
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'10W DIFFERENT MARKET STREET LOOK; TODAY' The photographer Meed at, Fortieth
-tieet. looking toward the Schuvlkill, when In made this photegranh, en February 9, -"Ob. .1
The photograph was contributed by R C. Humlmrgcr, of 40:!8 Market street. Have you an eldi II
I'liilndnliihin nhntepinnh? Rend it tn Mie Kvr.Ninn Pnnr.in LKDHKIl f'l
THEY MET IN A WESTERN ( IT I-iank Morrison (ngnt), scert
tary of the Amricnn Federation of Laber greets Eugene Debs, recently
released from the Atlanta prison by President Harding Hern . i.m
REGISTERING I ERROR. It would -icm nun 'en..
Danka could de with little or no effort, as lie hung from
a cornice ever a i.es Angeles street ' '
1LLIAM H. CROWN, general sec
Ktai'y of the Germantown Yeung
Men's Christian Association
"'1 HERE'S A FIRE GET THE COFFEE HO'I ! I hat must be the elder in the Cincinnati fire
department when mi alarm rings in. The "coffee wagon" is new a pait of the lire equipment in the
Ohie city. Twe men are assigned te prepai e and serve
OUR-CITY'S WORKERS AND WHAT THEY DO
BUSY PHILADELPHIANS
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U' WAS A tlRCUb! bvine et the lolk'wlie tool, part in Hwj Pe-i
Richarl Club's frolic last night. The girlH are i Alice Carmen. Vcannu
Mllp, Agnes Drennen, Betty MelreEC. Frank J. O'lieck; was l rankUn t
JOlt MUikU .lA . iijuh.-i ANNLAJj PILGKlMAUi,. .
Uc grave of Henjamin Franklin, Gcotge W. Norris (left) made un
addrcsB. Philip C. Staples id holding the wreath
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