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I and PdbKclty Man DEMPLING PLACE BY DAYLIGHT
I'titcntlenal cmerlrnra In Inilim-
rbllcltr. eipeeUlly trained In
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fJ. 620 MARKET ST.
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-IOS. LEEMING &fO. NEW YORK
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Offers exceptional facilities
Cards. Dinners. Dances.
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Phene Poplar 4697
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t 800 North Bread St.
'I lie picture ghes part lew of (he court Hint lends nbetit 100 feet Inte
a blind fence from De Ijincey street Ju.t east of Third. There are three
of these small Mine duellings en cither hand, made from what originally
wcic probably two houses built. It Is guessed, late In the eighteenth
, ccntur.. Uetuccn the windows Is the "Green Tree" llre assurance shield
DETAILS OF OLD CITY SHOWN
IN SECTION OF DE LANCE Y ST.
Though Seme Designs Are Scratched, the Lines Are Seen
Three Blocks Westward of Frent Street Markets
1 ins ft inc 'rreuil nj n jrrir'e fir. nnii U.tllll ni sun percl
fiWrt ichich tall appear in Ihr Evrmnn I fronts ntul snrnge spaees.
Puhlie Lrdacr from time tn tjmr ir- l,nncevtreet hptwenn Pre
svnhiita litttr nooks ami comers Hiiilru i Fourth iignint "the fercls
iV WPi ft n ri n n n n ri ri n'rfi
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Kr'l f.' i 5oelhinq And Hfcklinq B
Ii 1 Because ifs B
Pinr- I Invaluable for H
CJ3p?. a I. burns Chafing n
K4w'1 1 StjiM Rash H
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77im ft the -reii(7 e i srnct of ar. nnil wistful nf sun perches, terraced
:. preserveil Ue
rent street and
caint "the roreienpr. '
autiy in tjir heart of the eitij: )(iri It hecntne "De t.nnee street" through
aiiami nun ine quniiumn i un im one or tun rcc:n.iiirntiens tunc iminni-
j World city and filled uilh the tomeitcci Ipalities are cicca'-iennllv nijstcrieusly
of a long-age ;.fitt. impelled te miiKe. Meiuitime.'ef ceurse,
i a l)( T.nucc) -tiret hail crown tin west
-1 I'er three blocks wetw.itd ftem the of Seventeenth --treet nnd hnd beenme
irrent flreet n.iirkets. De l.ancey street '" """ic um hi genini'i axiiespncic.
offers a falrlv complete detail of the Old I111''1' thp, tyi should nrbltrarlh ordain
iflt. In p'lnces the design has been " Part of lie l.aneey Mrcet. folk niight
scratched, in ethers obscured or con- UP rP" Mtting en strnw-werk mats
coaled, or obliterated, ns where a front I 0Vpr the front doorsteps or lugging bats
has been hacked out te make room for , i " me mi.pnii panic mat was pinycu
a show window, or a reef disfigured for i very twilight in the middle of leek
1 .U- 1 - -.. .t-.. r,AAA.-.m i Fireer. eXClIlllC tile Other lie l.nmm
Kestoratien. eicn ,ct. would seem Inl1?:.0' ?Ti f'"'0,"; ,
nr rot.iH.el. rn., mMlter. IV I.nncei '" .tl,pl.r Indlgnntlen thl'r descended
street has been only a little while in the . ., ,i', i, ','"', ', , """' T"
h,.mK of lJhiliMlt.es. Indeed the mar- I " ' ,nl ''' ? n.rtr, l';''P"l
Sin ..f the Philistines' majerit.i is still i "l1 "' V'f0'1." ' !'nt "," n''
te slim as te be open te question. Bin!- mTt wl.nt tt n.t T . l "" l""S"r
nes, u mostly the desultory hii-lnc-H of , ""J! "' ''"' " n" '-''"
shoe living, notion and ice-cream ceui-'linA '? '""? ,Nns 1'nrdlr mm., popular
selling, and odd jobbery. Counting, of " er7n Pn'1, ,"'"" 'T"01 !'
.eurse. the tenements, it icmains largely !?;,b rrn' r'-.nmJ l "le strppt t
would sta.i. though the city might call
' it what it pleased. This, perhaps, was
unconsciously the most logical wav out
of the difficulty; plurathc in spite of
Ilien ledav thetc Is a sucp;estien In
I the wm-ds "Oe l.ancej street" thai i
I remethlng else than De Carney street,
jbitwee,, I'rent street and reu'rth.
press .lacksenian ideas en their riials W am exettus dm net begin as
of the "(Soed IntetiP' Company, who i "''k'1' p MiPPesed. from the smaller
unnear te hnie beenWhig. I houses. 1 reason for that, theuf.li.
uppenr te naie e civ n ui. as pre,ab)j economic, for the small
Street as Old as Neighbors houses had become parts of big estates.
Deilbtlrs.., there was an inrlier natup 1 1'el the Philistines hae possession of
than I'nien strut something niberal. i en,' ,np (,i,'p of Scheel Allev (called
for the stiret is as old. at least, as its b"p" Iinpllriff Place and still later
neighbors. Who lived in the (hst houses hetith Kndine street), the court that
that weie built there it is difficult, if extends nbeut seventy square feet around
nor imes!ble. te nnil our. .or tnc i """"" ""no mv miiuih-m nnti pos
'a place where people Inc.
"1'ninn treet" thev tailed it in the
limd elder il;is. nerhans In irelli . be-
(aitse the most trusrwertliN traditions
h.iie it that the street was Democratic
Cirtainlv the "Hepe Hese." which had
Its fueheuse iust below Second Htrcct
was Democratic, nnd took occasion be-
feir, between nnd during tire-, te nil
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t ' - ... n uimriiiTii tn iittii nnr nr inn i u ii.t iiiiiiii n iirin inc niini iii-m nnti luiu
"POR forty j-ears Slean's Liniment Itioierner tleneral nnd etlie,s of great sblv the eldest or the house are.
Ihas been the quickest relief for , Importance, huause tin- eldei houses Hie exodus is net ever, lhe houses
, neuraleia. sciatica and rheuma- are emnll and unsuite.l te tine com- "f n,na'f ''"'fn surviving families scat-
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ucuiaivu! w,iaiiL4 ant,! incuind'
iiara, urea muscies ana lame eacKS.
Aik your neighbor.
Yeu just knew from its etimulatine
itwthy odor that it will de you geed!
'Keep Slean's handy and apply
ffcely at the first twinge, if penetrates
These sudden sprains and strains
sjwich unfit you for work or play are
een eased when Slean's is used.
j!The sensation of comfort and
sMkrmth surely and readily fellows fts
Vie. Slean's masters pain,
.'You'll find Slean's Liniment dean
-At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40.
I im fTiO-riT (Paixis
. .vjs. a venemv
Thotertnro of iktniteh
will quickly ba i tlitred by
applylns before reUrinf,
trent. Onaef Or.Hobses'S
iPvTtn a Oi n m rn
anutfca kwebuc ntersum
Known and pre
scribed by the
i far many years as
tered through three blocks, and it is
no hard job te nick them. The in.lnv
in each case is cleanllne.s and paint.
The eldest is Patrick .Murphv's the
little gnxerv nt the Third street cor
ner. Man and boy, Mr. Murphy ha,
been there seventy-five years.
University Museum Curator Sails for
Seuth America te Make Excavations
I Dr. William C. raralee. curator of
esnle tob.ifeiiists, grain dealers the American Section of the (Juiverstj
sii en. nnil innj be a few ship mas. ,,,, ,ni, ,. ., , , ' '
though th kept geiieraltj still 3llp,'ni. ''p'' for heuth America Sat-
panic. Probably artisms.
The larger houses inme later. That
is evidenced, if by nothing else than
the beginnings of what is called "the
Kmplre stjle" In them. Corinthian pil
lars en the deer jambs. (Jreek denlgn
'aried into the mnntlepiece (entam-
iimtieii that was net quite corruption. r,D.nrr ,,. .
The attic,, the spindled stalrwnjs. the I FARABEE TO STUDY RACES
doerllghis ami the floorings were all nc- , .
cording te t h niitiie unUr. One can
inl spcculat, as te the chandeliers.
These weie itie home of men of trade.
clothiers, chandlers, suar merchants,
closed t" the rlier front bourgcehe i unlay te Imestigate certain pre-his
i!ie showed tlie dreen tree lire as-' tone rates belieicd te have cxltcd
-iirence enihli m whlih Indlcntecl they enfM1 , T.f. ..
paid nothing extra for having their -000, Mra ' ,T cfore electing a
pinements shaded. 'paitlcular field for his operations, Dr.
Menti te Chestnut Street rarnb-c will visit several Seuth Amer-
. . . Icen nnnUntu nnd tnr Ci .. il. it t
Later en thej meicd with business vj,.t.. ,,u ,..,, , uiunnri
, te Chestnut htreet nnd with fashion te, ties regarding the possibility of making
'the spacious districts eutljing Pcnnl exsaiatiens.
'square. TIiIh migration, though, must I Dr. Parabce Is n distinguished
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hae neon very grauiiiii, ler even iu -iK-uiegisi uiui mm passeq many years
these days the metamorphosis of a exploring in Brazil, Peru and ether
street tnkes time. Seuth American countries. It was he
Slewlv Irish nnd Germans of the first who first brought te the Peruvian Cov Cev Cov
inimigratlent. nnd a few Swedes took (rnmunt knowledge of the atrocities In
possession of the street, I the rubber country, which eie
It Is weith lemarklng thai li has pieinptlj suppressed. I,nt summer he
been these families that, until a few was one of the dffifinl delegates sent
cars buck, whin the first ami second b. the I'nitcd States te Peru en the
generations were dead, the tldid old ( asieu of the 100th unnlicrsary of
and losing lic.it t and the fourth icsthe that leuntrj s independence.
Uncommon Sense ISe Slump in the Ability Market
By JOHN BLAKi:
YOU can nlwnjs sell brains, provided either because he lacks the time or the
j ou bring them te the right innrkct. ability te de it. '
Able and experienced men and women' Vim ihnve K" ,0 sl,ew,lllm ,,lat '
are mere In demand In hard times than , rm'"0fVn"' J"" llP t'"'1 mukp nenc.v for
in geed time.. In, f" 'TiPro,.net1 "n'' nn,,bl'ie"p. ""
' n "Mii. iiiui-j hit iii'sni-s ii nii'ii nn nnn
SlBBilBeaiilir riti I ' v .- u
J&SgC. who . oreughlj knew their business keep ovSe hii'lf. "Vat ,," .n.bett
lr InLau tiwtrn irnlllL. (A Lim itiibink.a
l; tl. I s" Ve r , buslnesV Z ?" ?""' M" "",P M0 WW '"'
, :. . ,i . i "" r1.1 " ,"ll ("til. I
pressinn than it dues when oerbodj' n ... .. . .
. i,u ..r.nnr 1111,1 la snei.iliiiL It f 1 1 1 K . ",,p ,nn knew li te the writer has .
Hard time, hit the untrained and the """5! 'Vii!'.!,!! I'i L,l!Br..n '"!
i I'STMFM in uruuL iiiiii. lininri
TN THH i
1 selling tl
THK abilil. market is never over
crowded. 1, frennenllv linnnnnu
Jiniins for that sort of weik than thej
l'lin matter et biains, heweiei,
III..M iliAdi lii ine- na 1 tn tinhl ft ti f no
. a M Jllllt I IIUll m juri. iiiiiv liiiit, id
i having them.
Yeu maj be satisfied with jour abll- however, that great TTblllty never getn
Ity; jour parentK may be sure that jeii te the right market, or never gets te
'are unusually gifted nnd competent market. nt all, Self-confident e Is ncc-
Your friends mav piedlct n Inilllant fu- t'siyv te competent work ; It Isstill meijj
ture for jeii all or wlilcii will de jeu necessary in foiling competent work,
mi geed whatever. If jeu hnvn ability nnd can sell It
-J.. . i nit ii 111 ant nlini Hit i mi .inn ,!!,.
What veu'iavc am te de is te rnn..'"" "" ",v, " "" -"" "
".- . .' -!".- : ' T :
vlnce the bu
tbe sort K
"of brains that jeu have
uat he needs.
develop ability nor market it without
work. Begin en that theory aed jeu
will bare less te worry abetif la hard
ice cream con
PHILADELPHIA ICE CREAM
WITH lightning speed the geed
news traveled "Chbce-Pics are
here ! " And as eagerly as a youngster
greets the circus, Philadelphia
welcomed this newest creation the
tid-bit sensation of 1922.
Chece-Pic is en everybody's
tongue and in everybody's mouth!
Nothing you ever, tasted can quite
compare with this luscious combina
tion of smooth, crispy chocolate and
velvety ice cream high in feed
value and easily digested by the
A tid-bit rare beyond compare.
Tempting, tasty and wonderfully
inviting! Try this novel dainty for
dessert or a hasty bite during the day,
or whenever your appetite craves
for something geed.
Choce-Pics are relished alike by children and
grown-ups and equally geed for both. Truly
a treat for you te eat
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