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RWTV l - 'iTTJT"'.'. . . C'V. .. v i r'lv-.- -"4 -1 ,vWwiw - ; vj . K'i it. 11 V I h '6 1 EVENING tfBLIO LKDGElPHIliADlLPHlA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1022 6 ORPHAN CI DREN i END FDD MARCH Leave Frezen Bodies of Parents and Tramp Many Miles Through Snow BOY OF 14 LEADS THEM By the Associated Ircss Fert William. Ont., Jan. 27. Six llttle Indian children, who left the fro wn bodies of their father and mother lit the northern trnpplnc Jldernei. today reached Wntcemb en the Canndlnn Gov ernment Ilnlbvay after a fortnight of tramping ever Knew-covered ground. The fhc jetingcr children, ranclns up up wenl from a baby of a few month, were brought back by their fourteen -year-old brother and a ncUhber. Their father. Atchlme Nan Tuckets, trapper, nnd their mother both died of lnfluenra in the fnmliy woodland hut en Friday. January IS. That day the father called Atchlme, the eldest boy. te hla bedside, told him the end was near, srave him $1200, the fruits of his trapping, and bnde him care for lit s brothers and sisters. Thcre was little feed In the "home. Unable te bury the bodies, Atchlme left them In the shack with the the ether children whiVi he eet out en enowshee te fetch the nearest neighbor, thirty miles away. Twe dap later Atchlme came back with Jehn Iiln Iiln Iiln poesh, the neighbor. The five hungry chlidreu were chewing raw moos flesa for nourishment. They had burned most of the furniture te Veep from frees Ing. The bediea of their parents were frozen stiff. The younger children were packw en the deg sled by Illngoesn nnd Alcht-1 me, who then began the long mush tel Wuteemb, where they were- fed mid! given im-uicai mil. It la feared thq baby will die. MORSE WOULD GO ABROAD j Ship Capitalist Wants te Seek Med- leal Aid at Reme ! Washington. Jan U7. (H.v A. P I I 41 1 . X, . N... ..-1. ..1.1.. .. vnnries . .uur."". e iuh rnij ltii Unllst, wliee truiiNicHens with the Khltinlni? Heard nre the wiblrct of In quiry by n federal Grand Jury here, tednv reeucsted United States Ulstriet Attorney Gorden for information n te whether his persrmul nppenrance before , that body was necctviry, ince he dc- sired te pr. a seen in possible te Heme i for Mitdlcal treatment Mr. Mer.p ald he had come te Wash in2cn in erilr that ln nilaht be en I hand if needed, but had renhe'i no in- titnnttnn n te whether lit or ln nn ' ' would Iv? railed. ' GOOD, WHOLESOME and TASTY there you have the reasons that regularly fill the bread-boxes of se many families surrounding any Meenehan Bakery. GOOD bread or rolls or cake or cinnamon buns sometimes a bit mere in price, but oodles better in quality. MEENEHAN'S Electric Bakeries 18 Seuth 52d Street 14 Seuth GOth St. 2604 Germantown Ave. 4009 Market Street - iflg Seuth g ' " Open Every Night jR1h( -1019-21 Market 'St J t I .Hlllll Ml .H I ' ' ' I ,, AJ vyj Every One Is Talking About This Wonderful Price Smashing PHILA. FIRM GETS WARSHIPS i Eight of Nine Obsolete Craft Awarded te J. Q. Hitner . Sens Washington. Jan. 'J7 night of the nine obeleti warship PYcntJj offered for sale by the N'ay Department linre been awarded te the firm nf J. ;. Hitner & Seni. of Phil ide'tihla, the Navy Department nnneune-l ledav. The aggregate bid br the Hitner com pany, which wai the highcut received, was 235,000 fe- the eight hipn. The ninth chip, the old cruler Mem phis, new wrecked en the sherei of Bante Dominge, was recently sold te 'A. II. Rudcttky Iren and Metal lorn lern Ipany, Denver The ehips will be broken up for tcrap. It wa said. Sarraut's Condition Improves Washington. Jan. 27. 13 A. P I Albert Sarraut, head of tha French ' arms delegation, suffering from n bron bren ichial attack, showed a slight improve ment today but muHt rcmaiti 1" hia ! room for several days. Anna Maud Hallam AND Alf aretta Hallam De Yeu Want te Get Well? Bring Your Friend and Come te the Withcrspoen Hall Saturday Afternoon, 3 o'Cleck Withcrspoen Auditorium Juniper and Wnlnut Streets Subject 'THE LAW OF HEALING EXPLAINED" AIe 8:15 P. M. "THE BIG IDEA" NO ADMISSION CHARGED Cbargc Accounts Invited Mail Orders Filled 1215 Chestmit Street Illustrated Fashion Felder Sent en Rcqactt in this Sale of Furs Because we are merchants, net speculators; because the very essence of our Business philosophy is based en the free and quick movement of a large volume of fine furs; it new becomes possible for you te enjoy these enormous savings with Winter just beginning te get under way. Hundreds of fur garments that run the gamut of geed style, that religiously adhere te our usual high standard represent ing the choicest furs, for one-half less than their original low prices, at which they the best fur values in the city. Buy New for Next Season's Needs A Small Deposit JPtJZ Reserve Your Purchase in Our Storage Vaults Until Next Fall, Payments te Be Continued Monthly Through the Spring and Summ-cr frwudk 0ri U TUti Cmt Evimt Cm! f Ovd Umtlrti. 48.00 Refcvdarly 100.00 Fur Coats Of Marmet, Russian Peny and Trim med Hair Seal in Spert and & length models, large shawL cellar and eafffi. 00 Regtdariy 140.00 Fur Coats Of French Seal, Russian Marmet, Trimmed Leepard Cat, Opossum trim med Russian Peny, in H length models. 97.50 Rfralarly 195.00 Fur Coats Of Natural Meakrat, Sknnk Trim med French Seal, French Seal Wraps, and Raccoon trimmed Marmet Ceata, in fi length models. 125, 00 Regularly 250.00 Fur Coats Of 40-inch Natural Musk-rat, length French Seal, Skunk or Bearer trimmed and extra large size 40-ineh self trimmed French Seal Ceat. 165.00 Regularly 330.00 Fur Coats Of length Mele Coats, and 40-inch French Seal Coats with phawl cellar and bell cuffs of Sirairrtl, Beaver or Skunk. 195.00 Rcvtlarly 400.00 Fur Coats V! 40-irwh med. 36-inch med, Moleskin Wraps Natural Raccoon Ccatfl. Hudsen Seal Skunk trim Ui,Unn iieil Self-trim- and 40-inch Fur Coats and Wraps 2sjr AA (28 only) I II I Natural Srairrel Coats. lenjrth. 0 9Je V V Fun length Moleskin Wraps, foil length Black Caracul Wraps and full Revnlarly length Hudsen Seal Wraps, self or 550.00 contrasting cellars. Fur Coats and Wraps 00 ft Resralarly 900.00 (19 only) Natural Mink Ceata, Full Length Squirrel Wraps, Taupe Caracul Capes, Jap Mink Wraps, nudeen Seal Wraps, and Scotch Moleskin Wraps. Extra Size Coats and Wraps Frem 44 te 54 Bttnt Entire Stock of Chokers, Steles, Sets and Children's Fur Coats and Sets at Savings Up te 50 Per Cent! vs 33B E 3EiB $500,000 STOCK Absolutely Without Res ewe at HALF PRICE n miiH liiaw: -.- it 7? r UHnmiiiiiiiiM. fjiMf'nfi t- i ia bbti iianr. " - v vr ssiraiiiiiiiiimr.wuvrr" V VTf MJB? m&fV-J l" Y V yW ';& W$l A J M--J-- Oh, Bey the sale is en! The crowds ave coming and going away happy with their purchases of the smartest and newest suits and overcoats at HALF MR. HILL'S REGULAR LOW PRICES. Yeu see ethers all clamoring with sales and imitating every thing Mr. Hill is doing but you can see that none of them can even approach MR. HILL'S DRASTIC PRICE CUTTING AND BONAFIDE VALUE GIVING. Yes, sir the. entire stock HALF A MIL LION DOLLARS' WORTH OF CLOTH ING ready for your cheesing at EX ACTLY H A L F PRICE ! Nothing like it for actual value gning has ever been known before and nothing like it will ever be pos sible again. OVUKCOATS anil SUITS $ OVERCOATS Sa and SUITS a OVitiHCOATS and SUITS ! iiwiRiiiiitr'"4i-r-jW BjB' Thousands and Thousands of Suits and Overcoats In Every Style and Material There is nothing a man could want either in a suit or overcoat but that he is sure te find it here. Tlib entire R-story building is devoted exclusively te men's and boys' clothing and it is from these tremendous large stocks THE LARGEST STOCKS IN THE CITY you new cheese and pay only HALF PRICE! All Men's Topcoats HALF PRICE: OVERCOATS and SUITS Men's Pants HALF PRICE Largest Stocks in the City One Entire Fleer. Men's $2.50 Trousers . . .$1.25 j Men's $6.00 Trousers . Men's $3.00 Trousers. . .$1.50 Men's $4.00'Treusers. . .$2.00 Men's $5.00 Trousers. . .$2.50 Men's $8.00 Trousers Men's $10 Trousers . Men's $12 Trousers. .$3.00 .$4.00 .$5.00 .$6.00 kS&Jw rm and SUITS All BOYS' CLOTHING at HALF PRICE! $6.00 Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws $3.00 $7.50 Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws $3.75 $10.00 Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws $5.00 $12.50 Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws $6.25 $15.00 Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws $7.50 $17.50 Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws $8.75 Beys' $1.25 Pants 63c Beys' $1.50 Pants 75c m OVERCOATS and SUITS 1000 Beys' Sample WASH $ JD $. SUITS IB 1 Open Evenings Phildelphiu'a Largest Excleitve Men' and Beyt' Clothing Stere "d?s!i,,te?3fr "Hii!?jiV Sr-jlfr W3B HH li- WLJim L1KH OLMim ,s3gli Jt& PPSjIjj RiH3 Stere Orders Accepted Philadelphia's Largest Exclusive Men'i and Beya' Clothing Slet 1Q19-1Q21 Market Street Agmtt Order Acayr) dl-.- ? nr.,vpr , U ..t' .r . 't;v' . HV4trt LLJLmJ:' ' ''k jjftAitei& -