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VT :J- & iID4BRr--Pmi;ll)ELPHIA, TUESDAY JANUAllX '.fflains'.1- SBTO . BVEmNa PUBLIC 31, 1022 .&"? , ffEi TflES 0 HOUSETOP TO ESCAPE FLIES FjOorma!itewn Family Driven te Reef Dyvrire in oiero at 3 A. M. r !-. f ttnltinwn nrltrln nurnf itin irrcoeda ttore of Sticrman Woodsen, nwn. at 3 o'clock tills morning, forcing leccupants of the upper part of the fcUllluing 10 miitte uii'irtcsi;utiu uitr mu nearby reefs. Sfcubnnd. occupies rooms In the rear of thfl tWO-BlOry uuiiuiuji nun ununcni-u ihertlv before 3 o'clock by the smell of ""she'ran te the hped of the stairs, nnd I. I AaaArl Tllftr mil 1 ri - l IIII'll II II II h. . .i l Iia flrt rrnrwia afnrn rm ttm fflrst fleer front, hed already mnde such headway tnac cscnpe tnruun" iue lruiu !0f thd 'building was Impossible. Jllr. nilU Jim. V031U" Willi U11VUVU 11 imp deer In the root nnd climbed out beuse nnd te the ground. "' Toe prompt nrrivni ei wu ure nn- ..... .tWAtmnfml flu Rnrpnil nf flip PSttmcs te the adjoining structures, nnd eennncii mu m' w "" " . m.- dwelling. LITTLE BENNY'S NOTE BOOK By Lee Pape J ''Yestiddav In ekoei Miss Kitty told ltwSCinss n(l numu. yuiii.iiihi.iuii mill wm LV' fearse thing it Is te go te 6lcep witli 1 out having your windows up far rnult Bfiiind the dtffrcnt things thnt3 libel te 9,1 I .. .,. (n fnc vntt fin nn.1 lriMt rite it get cold as cnything and ttartcd , te get even colder nnd I only put mv ! window up nbeut a intch nnd n hnlf wen I went te bed. nnd nil of n suddln 1 1 weftk up, thinking, Heley smenks I forget nil nbeut vcntillntien, G wlzz. A1 T nnlrlr inmnpfl nn nnil nndnnrl iithe window n fnr ns It would go, think- Sing, U. 1 wenuer ir pep nnu ma nnve ieet theirs up. thcyre libel te get sick Jlf they .invent. ah T wnni ilmcn frt liinlr rnnm nmt If they wns both asleep nnd ene window It' - . .. n llftin nnrl tl.A fr.A. nnn WAS Uliy UU i.ifc.u wu. fcuu wuivi www 'wasent up at all. me thinking, Geed Vnite, I jest came down In time. And I opened them both nil the wnys nnd went E LamL ... mi. Am nnrt intrl fflt nndcr tb .-evers en account of it being wte cow a .remi.v, ana it kcp eh geuing 1 colder nrd colder nnd things started te UOCK livvi: lllfll UIUV LUUUUU I. It I Ul.. I en aceeunt of all the wind, me thlnk- ing, Geed nitc, gosh, vcntillntien may ibe all rite, but net this mutch. I. And I get up nnd closed the window V all the wnys nnd then I went down Hairs thinking I better close the wln- flews in pep nnd mn'ti room in ensc they I mite wake up nnd think it wns funny. an wen I cot outside their deer I herd them tawking, proving they wns nwnke Hreddy, pep enying, But confewnd it te Mazes, dldcnt I tell you I never touched the confewnded windows, you Eerencd them jieursclf, Mints wnt you r?M T-nn nnnnpil tlirm veurtclf weather ; you remember it or net. Wlllyum, I did net, you must of ilenc it and youre the eny ene thut could of. n veull knew whose fault it wn8 if lie enwt my delh of cold. I tlinwt 1 wns Bleeping en tne root or semewnrcs vcn I wenk up, ted mn. Jfe tlilnkine. G. they must of rloed jlheci nllrcddy, I gess the bet thing for me te de is KneeK unci; 10 urn. WIeh I did. WAR HERO LAID TO REST Geefge Farrell Was Killed During Air Raid In France Military funernl strvlces fur Grorge Vnrrell, twcnlylliree, killed during nn air rnld while fighting with the Anicri can Army In France, was conducted by the Veterans of Foreign Wnrs, l'est 333. nt 0:30 o'clock this morning. Farrcll's body arrived en Saturday from Hobekcn with four ethers, which wcre the Inst of l'lillndelphla's wnr dend te reach home. Fnrrcll wns for merly with the 111th Infantry, of the Twenty-eighth Division, but wns Inter transferred te the Seventy-sixth Field Artillery. The cervices took place In St. Hrid get's Churrh. Kast Fnlls. A mllltnry escort of Hntell Tnyler l'est. Veternne of Foreign 'N'nrs, took tjie body from the home of the soldier's mother. Mrs. Anna Jehnsen. 0 I.oberntory Inne. te llin church. It wns home te Iho Xn tlennl Soldiers' Cemetery en n cnlsen. At the cemetery there wan n firing squad from the 111th Infnntry. Taps wns wunded by two of the .Tehn 'Wntia makcr store buglers. Hostile t''n ,fet erans of Foreign Vnrn n delegation of the National We- Mothers nnd nnether from the Disabled Soldiers' Association attended. censpTracysjen Action Against Walnut Street Bend Heuse May Be Taken Edwin S. AVnrd. an attorney, who wns chosen chairman of the Stock holders Protective Committee, which t protecting the lntcrehts of the stock holders of the defunct Remington Phonograph Company, today conferred with Majer Samuel O.. Wynne, chlcm of the county detectives, with n view te n possible prosecution of the officers nnd promoters of the company. Evidence in his possession Is snld te prove thnt n Walnut btreet bend house sent out circulars as recently us January 27. ndvlslng the public te buy the stock of the bankrupt concern, nnd it is probable thnt the District Attorney will be consulted en the ndvisnbillty of prosecuting tills firm for conspiracy. FAILED TO FREE MAN; HELD Get Meney te Get Murder Suspec.t Out of Jail, Is Chnrge Hecnuse he Is alleged te hav? failed In his premise te get Antheny D'Mar D'Mar tlne, charged with murder, out of jail. Jeseph Itomce, 2131 Seuth Alder street, was before Magistrate Itenshnw today, charged with obtaining money under false pretenses. The complainant Is D'Martlne's son, Jeseph D. Mnrtlne. 3010 Seuth Jcs sup street, who said llomce called at his home en December 27 Inst and snld he could have" the elder D'Mnrtlue re lented en bnll. The son fcnys he gave Homeo $300 In cash, two $."0 Liberty Bends nnd n note for $400. but llomce failed te bring nbeut the release. Remee wns held under $500 bnll for n further heaving tomorrow. Mitchell Fletcher Ce. Alma Asparagus " Tender, Tell Spears Cntu Det. r'f Seventh Street Heme Robbed Mis. Clnrn llnlfen, -157 North Sev enth btreet. reported te the peliee to day her home was robbed early Inst evening of n squirrel skin rape, a beaded bng nnd a silver ring. The loot wns valued nt $15. 42c $4.85 $9.50 Park Farm Mnine Cern Can,20cj Dez. $2.2B Cac,$4.25 Park Farm Little Lima Beam Can, 3Bcj De., $4; Caie, $7.73 rhenn Spruce B40 18th & Chestnut Sis. 12th & Market Sts. 5600 Gcrraantewn Ave. Atlantic City, N. J. II iiiiiraniiiiiainffliDJHiiiHiiiiraiiiiiiiiraiiMW Quality and quantity Victer Bread Leaf 6 c n Sold only in our Steves uairaainiuiindiJiriiiMaiiinimntDniiirjifflCinudihaiiidnuiHiuHiiiuajKiwffBTi; Tuck-Away and Cigarette , Tables In thit Mid-Wtnttr Reduction Site Tainted and decorated after old French Museum pieces. Verv conven ient and useful. Were $10. New J1U. A. L. Diament & Ce. ISIS Walnut Street nnd nt MrafTerd. 1n. 5oethinq And Hc&Hnq Fer Rashes and Ch&finq -Phene "Tem Feley" for Latest Records and Columbia Grafonelas nell Phene, I'eplnr 371D 1406 GIRARD AVE. I DANCE TO THESE Today's Three Most Popular Hits I ft Ty-Tee (Tahiti) Fox-Tret I " Eddie Elkiris Orchestra . -. I When Buddha Smiles Fex- Tret - I Eddie Elkins' Orchestra J ec BS&T'y!? ) i& TheSheilc Fox-Tret ' $ Wi Ory WfflS and white Meledy Beys fWf JSW Mftgm Weep Ne Mere (My Mammy) A-3519 f u ii c$M Ray Miller and His Black ' )" -TAivi and White Meledy Beys J I I Si v m Leave Me With a Smile 1 U VWW MiVaLv The Happy Six Medley Fex: Tret W AW ' V3i rr.. (A-oelc vWVfllstWvir Sr Hew Many Times -c Mlftv lv The Happy Six Medley Fox-Tret) 'OC lw iMj$mn$ inm Any Columbia dealer win (iKSIlii iAv Rladly play for you any or ' v Si rlr a11 of these records en any mn l $A II Ir Columbia Grafonela. j 1 I Columbia Graphophene Company, New Yerk I W l BUSINESS iietms I 'J te G:S0 STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER 1MPOIITANT NEWS FOU TO-MORROW Clearance of Men s Clothing Starts Te -morrow The Semi-Annual Sale of Furniture Stands Squarely en Its Own Feet Remember the Furniture you cheese this month will be your constant compan ion for a lifetime. Therefore Compare Care fully Grade for Grade Price for Price Knew Where Quality and Value are at Their Best '" - - r.i i Ii ill I ' 1 jJ KR ,r t' .rif'j i.njQii ra 1m " lM jflMlsEplt We could devote this space and much mere te the broadcasting of its praises from our viewpoint. We knew hew carefully we have taken advantage of every favorable trade circumstance that might be converted te the benefit of our customers. But what you want te knew is, hew much Furniture is here, what kind of Furniture have we and hew much can you save! Te all of which we reply Yeu Must See for Yourself! The logical and only way te buy Furniture in February is te shop around, make careful comparisons, grade for grade and price for price then judge by your own findings. Frem our own knowledge affirmed by what hundreds of customers, who have come here after shopping around, tell us we have absolute confidence that your final selection will be made here. The main things te bear in mind about this Sale ALL THE FURNITURE IS NEW Most of it assembled within the past six months none of it here mere than a year. OUR ENTIRE STOCK IS INCLUDEJD at reductions, from already low prices, which were based en lower manufacturing costs. . MANY SPECIAL PURCHASES have been made from our regular suppliers at price-concessions which make very substantial savings possible. Once mere let us emphasize that this Sale stands squarely en its own feet and invites, yes URGES careful, con scientious comparison. Here are a Few Typical Values Overstuffed Suits Upholstered Wing Chairs in the Sale at WW Large comfortable Fireside Wing Chairs with loe.cc-cushion spring seats, upholstered in lifrural tapestry and ve ve eours in asserted colors. Werth one-third mere. for the Living Roem Overstuffed Living-Roem Suits of three pieces; full-sized davenport, high-back davenport. Covered with velour, tapestry or combinations in many figured designs. Werth from one-fourth te one-third mere new $155.00, $17fi.OO and 185.00. J-Piecc bedroom Suits, in the Sale at $255.00 Of walnut in pleasing Queen Anne de sign uith '18-inch dresser, chifforebr. large vanity table with full-length mirror and cide glasses, and full-sized bow-end bed. Value onc-feuith mere. Sale price, $e5. 10-Piece Dining-Roem Suits Unusual at $150. 0Q These suits are in the graceful Italian Renaissance design; 72-inch sideboard, en closed serving table, large china closet, oblong extension table and five side chairs and an arm chair, with seats and back3 upholstered in tapestry. Regular price one-half mere- new ?4.'0.00. -- Slrubrldce 4 CMh'.'r Third !' r The Semi-Annual. Sale of China and Heusefurnishings Starts Te-morrow That is all the intormatien needed, te bring thousands of econemy-iiu lined housekeepers from miles around te this Stere te-morrow. By its time liness, and its wonderful opportunities te save money this semi-annual event lu become se fixed in the calendar of Philadelphia women, that they have been eagerly awaiting this announcement. What particu larly concerns this Sale h the fact that it presents Greater Assortments Than Ever Before At the Lewest Prices in Many Years Mere things te beautify the dining table and china closet, mere aids for the proper preparation and service of the meal, mere housekeeping helps than ever before. Among the outstanding features of the Sale starting te-morrow "Vellrath" White 500 Dinner Sets at Reductions That Average One-fourth Porcelain Sets and China Sets Ameri can nnd imported, 51 te 107 pieces. at ic ic ductiens of about one-fourth from our own already low pi ices. A wonderful variety wonderful s.iungs wonderful opportu nity. A Wondrous Variety of Beautiful Glass Wares Under Price 3000 Enamel-ware Utensils at Half Usual Prices! Pets, Pans every needed utensil in this clean, hanitary ware. Seme pieces have slight blemishes almost impossible te de tect and in no wibc affecting service ability. A whole carload te cheese from, however. 5000 Aluminum-ware Utensils One-fourth te One-third Under Price Many famous makes are included in this collection. Every piece is of geed, durable metal that will last for years. The col lection includes Saucepans, Pets of all kinds, Boilers, Kettles, and the like in all popular sizes. The saings of 125 te fl.'l per cent, are based en te-day's retail prices. Beautiful masterpieces of the art of glass makcis of ether lands colored glasses, geld encrusted glasses and deco rated glasses. Hundreds of crystal clear sparkling pieces of Cut Glass the prod ucts c.f American craftsmen. All these you will see at sa ing.s of about one-fourth. Hundreds of oilier groups for Dining-room, Kitchen, Pantry and Bathroom. Make out your list te-night and come prepared te save substantially te-morrow. t3fr- SlruwlTldwe i I lotliler Ilanment Men's Suits and Winter Overcoats At the Lewest Prices in Years The Sale Starts at ' 8 o'clock Te-morrow Morning! The deer at the corner of Sth and Market Streets will be open one hour earlier than usual for the accommodation of men en their way te their iibirns nf liiiitint; n X? This Clothing Stere has been ry successful, largely because of our policy of carrying very large stocks and great variety keeping constantly busy by having what is ivanlcd ichni it in wanted, and at the right price. But new comes the time te make a radical sacrifice of profit te insure an immediate reduction of stocks en hand. THIS IS IMPORTANT Te men who have believed that Clothing prices should have been lower this season, we state very positively that our prices have been as low as they could be in the regular, safe course of busi nessand there is no sign whatever that they will be lower this spring, or even next autumn. But the necessity for a QUICK REDUCTION OF STOCKS makes a SACRIFICE OF PROFIT unavoidable new, ajid when you see the following groups of Suits and Overcoats, we knew you will agree that Clothing Prices arc Lewer Than Yeu Expected Them te be This Winter Winter Overcoats Finest Overcoats $21 .00 $Q.oe LESS THAN KOR.MEU WHOLESALE PJtICE Men's and young men's Ulster. Ulstercttes and Chesterfield Overcoats of ill-wool fabrics; careful! v tailored. Winter Overcoats $27-50 ALCOAND OTHER WELL-KNOWN MAKES Men's and young men's L'l&tci -. L'lstercttc3 and Chestei field 0 pi coats in the season's smartest fabrics am1 stle-. Winter Overcoats $42-oe HART. SCHAFFNEIt & MARX STE1X-BLOCH AND "ALCO" Mei.'i and young men'-. Ulsters. I'Nterettes and Raglans from America's guaust tailoring houses. Smart new st., k- of fine fabrics, faultlessly tailored. l'i i a ' r jit'U'm ruluccd ou -th'ud. Winter Overcoats ONE-THIRD LESS THAN URRENT RETAIL PRICES rJnglish- and American-tailored Ulsters and Chesterfields of such fine fabrics as Crombie. Worumbe and Crembic Mon Men tagnac fabric? Wonderful Overcoats at icnnirkablc savings, i Winter Suits $V 1 .00 I 91 ALCO AND OTHER WELL-KNOWN MAKES Men's and young men's Suits, all tai lored especially for this Stere. Smart new stlec-, of attractive fabrics. An excellent selection of si;.e-. and proportions regular, stout and short. Winter Suits $27-50 "ALCO" AND WICKIIAM MAKES Men's nnd young men's Suits of line v. flrud fabrics, in neat pin stripes, and aitr:n me giay --hades. All regular sizes nnd'prepm tiei . Winter Suits $47.00 $37.00 REDUCED ONE-THIRD 1 ROM FORMER PR1CI Our ejimi inipottatien of the 1 ,ineu Richard Austin & Ce., Londen-i.tilcre.l Raglans, (.tunnel I'Isteis and hcav v slip slip en 0eii'tMts. Of tine Scotch fleece fabrics as well a Amei uan-taileicil Oxenoat Oxeneat Oxenoat ef fine ii .-li weaves. Suits With Twe Pairs of Trousers I'EMKVBLE STYLE.'? GREATLY REDUCED Mm's an 1 eung men's Suits of unfin islu 1 weisteds and smooth worsteds. Attraciive stjics. A wide assortment of mm legular. stout, short, tall and -lender Winter Suits $4400 $91 -oe $9 ft50 HART, M II U'FNKR ,C M.R, .-.TKIN-ULOUI AND OTHERS Seine of uir ery finest Suit--the products of Ann inn's fnieme.-i tailoring hcuses. Taken directly from our stocks and ir.aiked at a substantial 1 eductien. Ma? $3.oe As smait or ab con-en atic in style as any modern young man or man of le-'erved taste could wish fei . They are weisteds, ca.-simeres and silk mimre, tailored with exactinir caie. The tr.-i unir nf ti-mikiii'u 'with each Suit insure- extia wear. Ml sizes. REDUCTIONS AVERAGE MORE THAN ONE-THIRD. Other Features at a Glance re para te Tr.i 1 or., icduied one-third te one-half -. $2. 'Je, S.'t.r) and Se.".'.. Odd Coats and Ve-ts from suits- $7.00. Tep Coats of che iota ami knitted fab rics -Slii.;.0. Tuxedo Suits, -ilk-lined- new $.'tii.e0. Cerduiny Suit, half pric--$ Li.60. Separate Yosts, evening dress and fancy, halt' price new J2.:i."i te Sl.Uii, Fur-lmed Overcoat at about half price -7.".il te $17.'. 00. ' . 1 1 hi r I. ant MARKET ST EIGHTH ST. FILUEKT ST Strawbridge & t 4 U( r MARKET ST. EIGHTH ST. FILUEKT ST. H I it -i n. M.