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IkeDGER" HITS WATCHMAN
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STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER;
Fashionable Heep Earrings
These lioep earrings arc made of 14-kt. green geld.
The style shown is very popular per pair $7.50.
Fashion decrees earrings again this year.. Yeu
will find in our assortment a splendid variety of
designs and styles.
S. Kind & Sens me chestnut st.
DIAMOND MEIICHANTS jr.Wi:W3na SILVnilSMITHS
.MHS. ANNA BKLL
Only Hie quirk wit of MrH. Aimn Bell,
telephone oncruter t Wayne, Pa., who
Jtinmniencd tlie police te the fcenc of the
dtrucRlc she lirard evrr the wire early
Sunday morning, prevented the murder
nf fVrll Stanford, nlclit wiilchmnn iu n
?,... liv n ilruir-inndilcnci'l addict.
" fcU".' -' " " i
"At 2 e clock Hunnuj morning, sani i
, Mrs. Bell, "tlilmjs wen very qulet licre. I
wlicn tlie t-lfiiinl Unfiled from the Iwl
Clnrncc. eer en I.aneneter plle. 1
pliiBKed In. and at tlcst I could hear only
g crash and then a voice said, 'Give me
tlmt money.'
"After Hint there worn blows nnd
cursed, nnd it sounded us tlieiiKh tin t
furniture was belnc broken te pieced. I
railed tuc llniliier 'lewinmip pence at
THE PHILADELPHIA
ART GALLERIES
S. E. Cor. 15th and Chestnut Sta., Phila.
REED H. WALMER, Auctioneer
Expert General Appraisers
AT AUCTION
LAItUi: IMJ'OIITATION OK
ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
JANUARY 30, 31, 1922 ,
APTURNOON'H AT -30 O'CLOCK
.., AKTimNOONH AT -30 O'CLOCK
iw l! TllTi",?A.l,.,:HT AND CIIOICIIST IMKL-KH KVUIl HBI3N WIM. 1U3 POS p
SIZLS
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i"iii nllfvilu .i'l. "' ' UUHTA NH .MANY I'NUHUAI. I'lHii.n '',", ' .
OP KqUAr? AtpAl "TV!1138 AND A ''AMU AHSOIITMUNT IN SMAULbll
NOW ON EXHIBITION
SIN
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once
I'ntrnlnicn Smith and Benes were Aw
patched te the wene und broke In. Bim"
In hnnd, jiiHt us n HtrunRC mini was
lifllns a hntchet uhevc the pretrutc
form of Stanford.
The nt-fulluut dropped hix wennen nnd
nurrcndered. while Dr. Kilgur Miller
was Hummened te treat Stanford, who
was unconscious en the fleer, with the
bleed MrenmliiB from three gaping
wounds in hit head.
When tnken before Cnptain of Police
Sweeney, the accused gave his nnme as
Tlinmns Wllllnins. twenty-eight, of Ber
wjn. where his victim nlse lives.
"He came Inte the unrnRe Saturday
night during the storm," said Captain
Sweeney, "nnd .asked for a plnce te
t-lccp. Stanford told him he could sleep
In the office, nnd pnve him a couple of
blankets for a bed.
"Before reIiik te sleep lip nRked Stan
ford te lend him five dollars. This wni
refused, and he went te bed, apparently
tatlflrd.
VVWlien Stanford went into the office
it 2 'o'clock jestcrdny morning, Wil
liam demanded he turn ever the con cen
(mis of Hip cash recister. This Stan
ford refused und Williams attacked him
jiith a hntchet.
"A fierce struggle followed. They
fought all ever the room, knocking ever
furniture and upsetting the telephone.
Williams succeeded In hitting the ether
man sexernl times with his weapon.
"He hns confessed he Is n drug uddict.
and he wanted the money for mere
dope, lip was willing te de anything te
Mt it. nnd undoubtedly would have
lulled Stanford if be hud net been pre
vented. Mrs. Bell Is the one who saved
liMlfe." (
Stanford was tnken first te the police
jtatlen for medical treatment, where
j)r. Miller took thirty-two Pitches In
lili head, nnd Inter scut hi into the linn
Maur Hospital, ns seen ns the condi
tion of the rends would permit. His
condition N serious,
Willinius was given a hearing tndn
wfeie Magistrate Price and held with- '
(nit bail te nwall the result of Stanford's
Injiiriei. 'nptiilu Sweenev hns c.
PiessiMl his Intention of writing te the
Ijdl Telephone rempnny in commenda
tion (,f Mrs. Hi-n, hr.se quid; thinking.
l;e snjs. was tl.e. means of saving a
milium life.
"Oh. nnjbedy would have done the
Mine thing." kns Mrs. Hell, a jeiing
widow. "One naturally would call the
police wIumi murder is being attempted."
SALVAGING A CITY
CAMP LEE, PETERSBURG, VA.
AT AUCTION
BEGINNING FEBRUARY 6,
AND CONTINUING UNTIL ALL IS SOLD
BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR
we wilt sell at public auction te the highest and best bidder all
buildings, structures and improvements, with the fixtures and
equipment, within the military reservation known a Camp Lee,
located near Petersburg, Va.
THOUSANDS OF BUILDINGS
Warehouses, officers' quarters, mess hall!, garages, 6tables,
shelters, sheds, latrines and numerous ether types.
EQUIPMENT
High and low pressure boilers, radiation, piping electric
wiring, poles and transformers, refrigerating plants, water
heaters and tanks, stoves, furnaces, hotel and kitlien equip
ment, plumbing fixtures and many ether items as shown in cat
alog. Camp Lee Is the largest cantonment the Government built,
costing $18,000,000.0060,000,000 feet of lumber; 200,000 square
feet of radiation, 13,000 units of equipment; 2,400 buildings,
ISO miles electric wiring and-many ether items of Innumerable
uses.
Fer free catalog showing Inventory, teims and conditions of
sale, write:
R
LOUISVILLE-
eal Estate & Development
D,C. CLARK. PRESIDENT STARKS BLDC, LOUJSVILLE. KV.
LOCAL OFFICE - CAMP LEE, VA.
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ATK7msi;MiAr avi;kti"skmiVxt
gMfeK & (flP
If you arc wcuring rIusscs or if you contemplate wearing them,
BT PAsJ Q R UIICV OPUnni you will find the firm of Wall & Oths most efficient in supplying your
3,3 rAbb b. B. HUEY SCHOOL el(jSf 'The ULTEX ONE-PIECI-: INVISIBLE BIFOCAL made by
Class te Give Sketch at Exercises'
Tonight
1'ift.v-three sehelnrs of the eighth
Rrnde, Snmiiel 15. Huey Scheel, I'lftj -second
and Plue streets, will he pro pre
"'Med with diplomas this evening by
PupervlMiiR Principal James Met 'rack -Mi.
Jr. The principal addrens will be
ninilebv )r. 1aw1h It. Hurley.
An ehiborute pregiam will maik the
iMjarture of tlu members of the class,
wjnn of em will B t0 West Phlln
'Wpliln Illijli Scheel te tuke higher
Jjiiilies. The t,ers will be assigned te
III" annex at Tlilrtv-lifth and Spruce
Urcets. Music will be by the graduates.
A sketch. "The Patriotic Pennut
tniid, will be the feature.
GARDEN HOSE SAVES" HOME
Stream Played' en Colllngsweod
Heuse as Adjoining Bungalow Burns
"A small stream of water from n
rcleu hose saved Hie hear of 1'rnuU
MlillKUiejer. Colllngsweod, from ie ie
Mriictlei, (V , 1U.1) tm)n H,1(11
lies ruiitt-al a new und unoccupied
miiignlew adjoining. .
Iho newly completed buiiRiilew at
r,n. V"1 """"'stead avenue. Ii.nl been
"' t hj Claicnce Lair. Iladdentichl.
'' liieunt te offer it. for sale. The
o'clock u"l:n""" "1,Ii- started nt '!
fn.ni"B,np,cr nml members "f his
,"'.' w,,c aroused and began re
"lng furniture. Neighbor aided mtil
Ki rMi." w,,u'r ,,la5'",sr " "'"
them ranks high among meaern optical invenciens.
THERE was u time when persons,
had te have two pairs of glasses
for far and near seeing. Then came
the bifocal, with its noticeable divid-
ii.. ...ul.,l, ..mc tttiitniipM nv 1111111V
en account of its unattractive appear
D
zburaJhs &catn
ID you ever notice hew some
f'UUiU S. Vilutlll:n 4llVUB 1UUIV JIUV
and their heusefurnishings fresh nnd
attractive? It is because they knew
hew te take the proper care of their
belongings. A man who has his suits
ancc. New, however, since uie -, cieaneu at regular intervals is Deunu
vent of the clear-vision ULTEX I-( te appear well dressed as compare,!
i;rf!L made by Wall & Ochs, Opti-i te the man who is careless about his
.mm vvneii i Hy cieaneu i
ss, is the highest type of while the woman who sends her
ion lens ever produced, i sviiled blouses, frocks, gloves, etc., te
ill find tlmt all the glasses Bargs' will be delighted with the re
Ittct by Wall & echs a iv tlie stilts Ami did .seu Knew that Hares'
... - tiatii. untihn and are also make a seeclaltv of cT:inhi(- rnfru.
double-vision
Tint. VOU W
, . i n,,A
'.. ..:,. .V an iltlstlc HClibt-
moderate In price as well
also imtl.e a specialty of cleaning rugs,
illinium, ,.i iivt it -a tuiu uuiuni
SPLENDID ready-te-wear suits you TJ AVE you seen the International
ii al it the store of MucDenald I 1 1 Exhibit of Fruit at Hallowells'?
will find at the store . ei . iu pcaches, Plums, Apricots! Ian't
& Campbell, 1334-J6 Chebtnut btrtet. ,t nsteumlinK that We w
1 t. jc n fact that the asseriuium- " i nb e te procure tliese lusc eus sum-
U "
into .. . ,.,! ninl satisfac
t?en Ai , tee, the excellent quality
";i,i,. abrics fcheviets, tweeds,
hr,. " ' I finished and unfinished worsteds)
BAPTIST MISSIONS HARD HIT ave wen for them the favor of the
of this city.
- . -j-jfjW -- w
inances Lew, Mlnlsfers Are Told in I
Repert at Meeting
L..i,i'enM,f",.fllP ,,,ll,tiM niur,,h' ,M,,h
ill in ' f,";,,;l, ""' '"a serious ce.i -.."'ii
niiaiicialli. acceiiliiiL. ... t-..n,.i-i
ft!' "ll ""I'tlst Hunch,
j. "in i Hi ami hfciusem streets.
rle X i a ,..","t,M:u,r"1 I'0"" will be
'Wfiin i1 W '"" emirlPH recalled tin
"?' funds ui-e forthcoming.
. ...Ill 1... ...i .. 1T..II .. . ,r. .
iimtlcls is se urge that you win ue mer rruiw ui luuiewens- (jsreau
"in te obtain just the suit for you. below Chestnut)? But while we are
i.l having worn one you will no having the coldest days of winter
i,V, . think it necessary te go te I here, en the ether side of the equator
?,,, Vxtra expense of having your i Fruits are r ; pening under the sum
wiiimV ninde te order, for they net mer sun. '1 hose Fruits are sent te
c,ft fit se well lis te J give the wearer us from Seuth Africa, while the
.. vrrpmelv smart appearance, but , Peaches and Plums come from Seuth
?tVv are also made te give the great-1 America as well, grown among the
they are aisuiumiui j. RI1tisfuc.l foeth s of the Andes n tbn nrnv.
atiivi ivi ... ...,, t,.u.,,, uiiiuiif 1.1.1
foothills of the Andes in the prev
tnn.i nf Mnndnza. in Woelnrn A 11111.
tina. 3ut these are only two of the
many countries represented in the
Exhibit at Hallew-cuV. Don't fail te
see it.
. . I. . A ....1 rl...ii.i..f.n S?n1n. M'.linll Id l.nl. 1...1.1 nil
YrvTI (.limild net miss l ne minium b.cunuivii '"""" " "v.nh ..m en
this week, beginning today, nt the store of Dniley Banks & Diddle
n ,mmv If veu have a gift or two en your shopping list, it will be well
CXveur while te take advantage of this unubuul opportunity. All the
Steles include in the sale are of the well-known Bailey quality and are
sure te be greay appreciated as gifts. I was simply amazed at the reduc
sure 10 01 nh,'-"v! yilver-D ated Wine tliere me many pieces which you
tienStf will Kfln inest useful. Then you will be delighted with the ex
yourself Will Una '""p,," V t)l0 beautiful Mul.egany (Jlecks. Leather Dairs.
'"'tfmS&taB and ran'es : vvl.llMne iale of Htatlenery Is bound te Interest every one."
""" the CHESTNUT STKEET ASBUUlATlUN
Beginning
Wednesday
February 1st
Men's Clothing
Clearance Sale
On the first day of February, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK IN THE MORN
ING, begins our great Clearance of Men's and Yeung Men's Suits ana uyer uyer
ceats. We have a larger stock and a better assortment than ever before at
this time of the year, and we must sell mere than $200,001) worth of Cloth
ing within the next few weeks te bring our stock down te the desired end-of-scasen
quantity.
(Hundreds of Suits and Overcoats that have net yet been reduced will
be in this Clearance at the
Lewest Prices in Years
Fer equal grades, and hundreds that have been reduced are re-grouped at
a still mere radical sacrifice of profit. Read the details te-morrow, and be
here Wednesday. '
z&''"-f?h ii ta .
iftttlK(f( It jsplM A m .-lyaw. . riMTrir-r TB,.i.iflMiBSMSMfltli7 I i r'
All the Furniture in this
Great Semi-Annual Sale
Conforms te Accepted
Standards of Geed Taste
Every new style, every new adap
tation or reproduction of a Period
style is worthy te grace the Ameri
can home of refinement. There is
nothing gaudy te catch the eye, no
show pieces but it is Furniture of
character. Furniture that will held
a place of honor in your home years
hence.
Fer many years our Seal of Con
fidence has steed as a symbol of fair
dealing between this Stere and its
customers. Te say that every piece
of Furniture in this Sale is sold under
our Seal of Confidence is positive as
surance that every customer will be
satisfied.
The Handsomest Furniture we
Have Ever Had Marked at the
Lewest Prices in Many Years
FIRST Our entire regular stock is in
the Sale at reductions from former prices.
Scarcely any of this Furniture has been
here mere than a year. That means that it
is all NEW Furniture new in style and
new in structural improvement's. It also
means that this Furniture, until new, has
been marked at new low prices based en
the new low level of manufacturer's prices.
Nete, please, that the February reductions
have been made from these already-low
prices.
Our Deferred
Payment Plan
AtTerds customers, who de
net care te pay all cash nt
time of purchase, a liberal,
dignified method of time pay
mant. Ask the salesman.
SECONDLY the Sale also includes a
number of large special purchases secured
at far less than factory prices.
These purchases include sample lines,
close-out lets and ether special groups
secured from our regular sources of supply.
The Furniture included, therefore, con
forms te our high standard of quality in
every way and is of the most desirable
character. Whatever savings we secured
by the manufacturers' price-concessions we
new pass along te you.
After all is said and done it is the Furniture
and- the values that determine the merit of a Sale.
Therefore we urge every prospective Furniture
purchaser te make careful comparison here and
elsewhere before final decision. The little extra
effort will insure GREATER SAVINGS for you
and establish the matchless character of Straw
bridge & Clothier Furniture Sales firmly in your
mIn" --- Straw brldce 1'lel'Uer Third I l -
These Linens at an Average
Saving of One-fourth
Honseheld and Decorative Linens at such price advantages as
we cannot duplicate for some time te come. These are a few of
the groups at exceptionally low prices:
Linen Damask new $1.65 te $5.00 a yard
Linen Napkins new $3.60 te $8.00 a dozen
Linen Dinner Cleths new $4.00 te $20.00 each
Linen Huckaback Towels new 50c te $1.50 each
Turkish Towels, generous sizes 25c te $1.00 each
Sturdy Linen Toweling new 25c te 85c a yard
Decorative Linens Remarkably Reduced
Doilies, Centerpieces. Lunch Cleths, Bread Tray Cov Cev
ers, Carving Cleths and Scarfs, some slightly rumpled.
av-y atiAWbrldsu 4. Clothier Alslei 11 tuel !.', I'entre
Over-Blouses
OF CREPE DF. CHINE AND
CREPE GEORGETTE
$5.75 $6.75
$7.50 $8.75
These are special groups of
Over - Blouses, unusual in
beauty of design and orna
mentation." In dark suit
shades, black and the gay
novelty hues, se lovely in con
trast with the dark apparel of
winter. Beads, embroidery,
dyed lace, novelty braid, tucks,
sashes, girdles and the smart
est of becoming cellars are
features of this exceptional
collection. A- for the values
they are wonderful.
Mrnntiixlai- & (.'milder
Htxunil l'"lier, I'enlrn
One of the Graces Presiding
Over the Fashions of Spring
The Cape Costume
WOMEN'S GOWNS
' Of Light-weight Weel Jersey, $25.00
Made ns shown in the sketch Slip-en
Frecks with flared sleeves nnd shoulder cape,
in jade, rose, tangerine, rust, brown and navy
blue, trimmed with novelty braid te match;
the cape, sleeves and neckline faced in white
te afford the sharp contrast se fashionable
this season.
Tailored Cleth Dresses
Special, $20.00 and $25.00
Smart tailored models you'll want for the
ceatlcss days of Spring preferably a coat
model, or one with long slendering panels or
with the new circular skirt with its smnrt
swing and slendering propensities. Very
geed values in all of these. Duvet de laine,
Peirct twill and tricetine. Black, navy blue
and dark brown.
Levely Showing of the
New Silk Frecks
Bouffant taffetas and softly draped crepe
silks, with charming new ideas in modeling
and trimming. Prices $23.00 te S77.50
- StrawlTlUB1 tc Clothier .Snow. I'loei Market Hlrci
1W 35
in H t
JTMtf
Z-jy JjLi
Off
Clearance of Corsets
New Less than Half Price
Odd lets of Corsets in broken sizes, icsulting from the great
volume of selling in th Sale. New still further reduced te ibse
them out quickly:
303 S. & C. Special
Corsets New 50c
Excellent Corsets for women
of average figuic Chiefly in
small sizes. With low bust and
long hips. Less than half price.
500 Corsets of
Excellent Makes 95c
S. & C. Special and ether
makes. Medels for women of
slender and average figure.
With low bust and long hips.
Pink Brocade Bandeau Brassieres new 38c
Cambric Brassieres, hook-front, reduced te 50c
r y Sir.iulinilB" & C etlilrr Th,rt r.oer Marl, t Mn.i nt
Anether Let of Several Hundred
Mill Ends of eq 7c
Fine Velours j P-'3
2V2 Yards te Each Piece
All fine Velours of the grades that sell for $2.50 te $3..")0 a yard.
Geed length for draperies, couch covers, pertieies, etc. Blue, brown,
rose and green. Better come early for these the last let went se
quickly. ' r- StumhrldBc & (.'Inth.r n.lnl I'loer C nlr0
Victer Herbert's '
Orchestra
The following Victer Double Deuble
faced Records all made by
Victer Herbert's Orchestra
are obtainable in the Piane
Stere.
, American Kant. "isle")
. J Part 1 t ,,
jeO-i., . American Kantaslef 5I "''
' - Part II '
, N'nuRhty Marietta.
..... i Intermezzo
juOjI . Babe.s In Tevland (
I'l.llVJll.-'l III' IWJI
1 50
05101
55103
55094
35044
Hmllnuirc
(HiThfrO
)
I II.'I HI ri I .
Ilnlies In Tejlaml (
The Military Ball'
I Carmen Suite 1
('arnnn Suite
' New 3 ami 1
i Uream (if Love
ll.Uzt)
Jrianivwif the Hours)
('(.ilecniiila") f
Kninennol-Ontrew )
(
1
) Madanip Butterfly (
v Kant.is.ii '
M,ttl.f l.iii
..,,,.. ' (T.sdialUeui'M '
joine Alr for O .Strlngf
(Bach)
Xatenia )
..,,, I n.-iKKfi- Iance '
""ii- Swethearts (
I 111' .IlKflM
1 30
1.50
1 3U
1 30
1.30
1 5U
nl, Tristan anil I-olcle , ..
0,1 t Tiaume (Dreams) 1 ' " J
! 1 eij
... i
4ul-.0 , waitzini.' Pell
451SG
4 3052
431S7
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) i"a,illerla Itustl- (
l iMna Intermezzo
I .VnrcluiiiH I
j MeleiU in V I
j Tlu Itearv I
I Wueill. Hid SUrtcheai
Hlr.ittilvi- Oliithlei -Piflh
I lour, V nt
PINK BATISTE
UNDERWEAR .
At Notable Savings
Seme trimmed with hem
stitching or lace, ethers With
lovely hand-stitching.
Night Gowns, 75c te $3.75
Envelope Chemises.
50c te $2
.ifie in the .S'e.'r
Petticoats, 51.00 te $3.50
Of cambric, trimmed with
lace or embroidery.
Pajamas, $1.00 te $2.05
Twe-piece models, vf batiste
seisette and Windser crepe.
Combinations, $1.25 te
$2.75
An unusually wide rungc of
choice at these special prices.
Corset Cevers with Diawcra
or Skirt, of nainsoek, trimmed
with lace and embieidury.
SlravvbndiTP K. 1 lei nor
'Ihlrd Heur W st'
1 llll
1 nn
1 "0
-A Straight -line
model. Of stuped
Notable Values in
Heuse Dresses
$1.95
Ti gingham, with gingham vest
and sash and white piuuu
cellar.
dJO QpT A leng-w a i s t e d
D Li. UP n,edel. Of checked
gingham, with .-quaie neck,
vest of gingham, white cellar
and cults nnd narrow black
belt.
(! a bridge S. r'u'lt -r
'IhiM rinnr rtliKrt Mrt.pt . t
Nete the Lew
Prices for
These Rugs
They are typical of the prices
throughout the Rug Stere, af
fecting many well - known
btandard mnkes:
ROYAL WLITON
Rugs, S.:ixl0.6$G8.50
Ruys, 9x12 ft. $72.50
SUPERFINE WILTOX
Rugs, 8JX10.6M2.50
Rugs, 9x12 fl.$97.r0
WILTON RUGS
11. 3x12 $100 and $120
io.6xi;h;$i:ie, $1:15
11.3x15 $i:S,t and $i:,0
St it v 111 ulu A nihlei
I JUr'll rUwi VwV
Beys' Wash Suits '
Samples, Away Under Price
$2.65
Little fellows of II te 8 yeais seem te be especially hard en
their clothes. But mothers won't mind se nmch when they find
hew little it cots te bu high-grade Suits, te-morrow. These are
samples all far below regular price. MANY WORTH DOIBLE.
They are of durable fabrics thnt withstand wear land tear; in fast
colors. Ami they aie all full in cut. k f
Beys' Middy and Oliver Twist
Suits, 3- te 8-year sizes
- -MniulnlilK' i I'luth.n- -uiiiil I in, r I'llli'Tt Hirtci I-jaif
.!$i.95
Strawbridge & Clothier
MARKET STREET EIGHTH STREET FILBERT STREET
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