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TO ADMIT MENTAL WEAKNESS
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New Yerk Expert Is Wrong in Hirsute Theory
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JfiVisaiNU PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA. MONDAY; MBRTJAKY
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for lip writes of prohibition In his
prize-winning paper: "Se It Is for us
growing bejs te tnnke nnd help this
country te be dellglitful mere thnn It
is. for we nheulil net forget that we
have n tiower In enrselrc te fight the
enemy that Is tempted te net evil upon
K. of C. te Qtva PUy
The St. Lawrence Dramatic Amecla
Hen Mill give the inuNleal cemeriv.
Popular Mllllennlrc," nt Mercantile
Ilnll tonight for the benefit of the relief
fund of Nt. Lawrence Council, Knlghti
of Columbus. The play will be followed
by n danre.
Polling hair menus falling mentality.
"according te Dr. William II. Prlt chard1.
Xew Yerk nllcnlM a dictum which
finds little favor with some of the
brainiest of Philadelphia's baldheacK
Dr. Prltchard unburdened himself of
Ills opinion the ether day nt n hearing
, In a will casp In the Npw Yerk courts.
He testified he believed Ames F. l.ne.
rrcpntrlc millionaire, wad suffprlng from
, senile dementia when he made his will.
Te back this up he catalogued a list of
symptoms. One of them wns lialilnes.
The reports of the trial say that Ter
te put It baldly mere than a little
Hew About the Bailies?
"If the New Yerk doctor Is right."
Mid Dr. Cnttell. "then It's a fair infer
ence that all children nre born idiots,
llaldiiesq always has gene along with
goodness and Innocence. Saints wear
liodees te hide their bald heads. I'm
net concerned about being bald. It'a
that much less between myself and
"Of course. If a man Is going te use
Ills head te wnsli ulnilnux iMMr mnn
of hair will come In hnndlh . Hut it It's
..- rviiuiiui iuv; '"'"". "; '"- or nair win come in linmlil. Hut t It s
ineKTust ep Clarence J. bhearn. of New I bin head and net bis belr he needs In his
iki fihlcf ,ea' frhe estate, looked business, be may have n dome as smooth
decidedly pnlned nt thp doctor's words
nnd rubbed his own bald spot tenderly.
Oeergc D. Perter, of Philadelphia,
bald, or nt leut rapidly getting there,
te be ns charitable as possible, didn't
reach for bis own brilliant dome when
the doctor's opinion was narrated te
him. but he was quick te see the In
Perter Can't Agree
"A let of people hnvp said I wns
cia7.." aid Mr. Perter, who is new
one of the rlt'n lending bankeis nnd
used te be Director of Public Sufrty in
Mner Ulankenburg'n Cabinet. "Any-
fiillt I'm l.alrl f Jieriu Tin ilntitlni. ffiat
tee-evident fu(t. ' Unable te Speak English Twe Yeara
"However, I'e known people with . Age, He Carrlet Off Award
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I country from Itnly In December, 1011),
he could speak no English. Today he
iiiiu siuiiy as n eiuinru Ball, and no
cause te be unhappy. I don't object
te being hairier at both ends.
"After all. It's a small tnntieiv TM
like te hear Mr. F.ne's opinion of I)r.
I'rltchard. Mr. Ene hnd bralius enough .
te make a fortune, nnjhew.
"It's one of our misfortunes nt pres
ent that we are Inclined te werhlp lit
tle tin-god experts."
YOUNG IMMIGRANT WINS
PRIZE FOR SCHOOL ESSAY
, Sterling Silver
Substantially made df sterling
silver, beautifully pierced and
gray finished, Sj inches in
I diameter $16.
Gifts of sterling silver arc always acceptable
for weddings or anniversaries. Our selection in
cludes many suitable suggestions at moderate
S. Kind & Sens me chestnut st.
DIAMOND MUHCIIANTS JUWUUSnS SIJA'EUSMITHS
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seemed proof ngalnst time nnd age. who
wpre patiently suffering from senile dc-
menun. And l re Known n few wm i nlnner nf ni .. n.i.. nt n.. if-"
were ahem -ns held ns I am who mPr S(.hoelJ Germniitewn.
seemed . te nil xNlble purpose te have in rompetttlon with Amcrienn-bern
thpir. wits about the,,, In btilte of their Hilldren. he wrote nn es,r J , i...
1 really rail t qiinlifv I t'nfnrrvinnnf." tSn nhtn..t ,.1l..i u
the Ocrmantewn W. C. T. I'. He Is
ns n authority except that I'm bald.
Dr. Edward .1. Cattell. City Statis
tician, who (an make statistics sit up
and de parlor tricks at a bampiet beard
and has. talked himself around the
glebe, has n low opinion of Dr. Prltch
ard'a conclusions. Needless te say. Dr.
Cattell Is himself what might he'cnllfd
just fourteen years old. but was grad
niitprl tills mnntli with thn Ifa... M!,i
winter class. I
Lack of finances will prevent him en
tering High Scheel, as he hnd hoped.
no Dcueves mat tne jeutn or this
country have n great task ahead of tnem. '
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An Inte..ia.jnal Exhibition of Fruit is new bcine held at the itere
of Henry R. Hnllewcll & Sen, which is extremely interesting and
Yeu 11 taste the difference!
When you drink your first cup e the
delicious Asce Coffee, you'll taste the differ
ence! You'll agree we have something
worth enthusing about.
Asce Coffee is a combination of high
grade coffees, but is sold for 25c per lb.,
although coffees of the same grade are
selling at 40c and 45c per lb. What we save
in our method of distribution, we pass en te
you in the form of a lower price.
Winter!; THE little Bride looked with pleas-
Forty surprises in every pound
one in each cup
Sold only in Asce Stores, located all ever Phila. and through
out Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.
i will find them all in the International
Exhibition of Fruit at Hallewclls'
(Bread below Chestnut). And hew
luscious they tustc! Isn't it amazing
te be able te procure them at this
season ? But while it is winter here,
nn ffin ntllttT. atria nf trio tftflUAter.
UOM Fruits arc ripening under the warm
summer sun. Plums grown among
the foothills of the Andes in the
. i uruwuiu ui ut:iiuu4.u. -rvi KBiiwua,
!? f) I and Peaches, Plums and Apricots
u '4 1 from Seuth Africa. Belgium and
i ih I Spain are also among the productive
3 countries represented in this unusual
$ q I Exhibition. Don't fail te see it. Yeu
'A l will find it well worth your while.
j 'k 4THI!3 old fur scarf is the most
'jAff A provoking thing, it soils every
,jS ' thing I wear it with," a friend com cem
sCr. plained te mc recently. "Why net
Van "ave ifc denned ?" I laughed. "Well,"
J 4 she replied, "I never thought of it.
Where can I have it done?" I told
U 8 i her te send it te Bargs'. 1113 Chcst-
?i nut Street, whose work I had alwavs
found mere than satisfactory. Fer
instance, I had a little blue silk hat
, which I was about te discard because
it was soiled when I suddenly had
i the happy thought of sending it te
Bargs' and new it is as geed as new.
J If you can get the habit of having
i clothing cleaned or dyed at Bargs
I you will find it te be a most econom
ure upon her Wedding Ring. It
was an exquisite circle of diamonds
set in platinum and had been espe
cially designed and made by the
Bailey, Banks & Biddle Company. It
was just the ring which she had
dreamed of. This type of Wedding
Ring is coming mere and mere into
use and indeed it is the only fitting
style te go with a Diamond Engage
ment Ring the one lends beauty te
the ether. And speaking of Engage
ment Rings, The Polished Girdle Dia
mond, exclusive with the house of
Bailey, Hanks & Bldtlle Company. Is
the enn te bn selected en account of ltB
marvelous brilliancy nnd quality. Yeu
have, only te compare It with ethers te
appreciate its superiority.
A RE you completely satisfied with
the service which your glasses
arc giving you ? Are they perfectly
comfortable? It net, you should go
te Wall & Ochs, Opticians, 1716
Chestnut Street, for they have made
a special study of selecting spec
tacles or eyeglasbes which will fit the
vocational needs of the individual.
Perfect vision is necessary te skilled
workers in every occupation. Cor
rect lenses are, of course, impera
tive, but te make a satisfactory pair
of glasses the frames or meuntinga
of these lenses should be adjusted
with the greatest accuracy. Wall &
Ochs" niters will ifle you expert adxlce
In cheesing frames most suited te our
OAVE you visited the Balcony at The Blum Stere, 1310 Chestnut Street?
I i was pericctly delighted with the exqutsuc assortment ei inexpensive
f dresses which I found there charming little gowns beautifully made ac
cording te the very latest modes and of such lovely materials, tee. Yeu
will hardlv believe it when I tell you that they are priced as low as $16.50,
$18, $19.50, $22.50 and $25. These dresses arc truly of remarkable value
and se well displayed that it is a pleasure te shop for thorn. But then.
have you ever noticed hew well all the departments arc arranged at The
Iilum bterc? I he regular gown department is still located en the third
fleer as formerly.
'THE CHESTNUT STREET ASSOCIATION
Founded in 1865
The Heuse that Heppe built
Inaugurated the One-Price System in 1881
C. J. Hcppc & Seu Downtown 1117-1119 Chestnut Street Uptown N. W. Cor. 6th & Thompson Sts.
Ada hannell, the tutenttU
hnrpltt. xrlirt wnAri ifrnrrf ex
cluJltfly for the Ylctreta.
The marvels of modern science continually
astound us by new creations. Here is a musi
cal instrument that will
actually reproduce every
degree of expression of your
favorite pianist. Yeu may
hear the pianist whenever
you wish in your own
The Due-Art is made only in the Steinuiay,
Weber, Stock, Wheelock, Stroud and Aeolian
pianos, all en sale at Heppe's Prfces arc from
The world's finest
Baby Grand Pianos
Seven different makes are offered
by C. J. Heppe & Sen. Net only
will you find the celebrated Masen &
Hamlin and Henry F. Miller pianos,
but also the Weber, Steele, Edouard
Jules, Heppe, and H. C. Scho Sche
niackcr. We carry a representative
stock of each make. It is the great
est display of grand pianos in Phila-
rielnhia. Prieaa in faMD S745 UD.
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A few special values in
rebuilt pianos all guaran
teed for 5 j ears and ex
changeable within 1 year
at full price paid.
Decker Bres. upright
.Piane Walnut... $185
Jules Upright Piano Piane
Pease Upright Piane
Checkering V p r i g h t
Piane Mahogany 240
Royal Upright Piane
Something Special !
A Victrela in the latest style period
model Console type cabinet just the
instrument for the modern home ether
Victrelas from $25 up.
I Victrela J I
1 I Period Cennie Cabincl I I
i leeks like $250 cabinet)
ray only $1.00 Weekly
pjMail This Coupon for Full Information
C.J. Heppe ft Son!CPrern-VhniTT-0cmhr.oa,,fit.:!Pliili.
' Without any obligation en my part please send
f kill information about (mark X below) :
0 Pianos H Player-Pianos 0 Victrelas
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the Approval of Thousands
Q Chiefly because we have the Furniture the people want at the savings the.' public expects.
We have always had both, and the great things we have been doing for mere than forty years
in the Furniture World speak with mere emphasis and economy new than ever in our history.
That is why the magnitude of this Sale will astonish you. Its styles and varieties will give you
delight, as the values will surprise and please you. '" '
J Luxurious Overstuffed Living - Roem
Furniture, as fine and dependable as ever
was made, covered with rich and beautiful
fabrics. Furniture for Dining Roem, Bed
room and Hall. Period and Medem styles.
Almest every Suite and Piece of it recently
made. Furniture that exemplifies the ideals
that make the home a sanctuary of delight, ,
& Quantity purchases, great facilities of
manufacture and storage, factory-te-you
economic; and a location that saves custom
ers $250,000 a year all lift this Great Sale
above the level of any similar event in the
SkrL--r3iNf'nIlBBW w.A Fl km 1 II invifl KL
iiiu.uT wlllll llie lllchitcrtural interior nf the home, tin; Hide irMjimrs nf tliln nir.it Sinn, tti.il... tirwllttn llu.1 enlnrtlnn rtt Inat
the Itlnd of. Kurnltura that lll accord with tlie ci-tatlns airnnittinciit -emii as this luurlmi Ovustufful Kurtiltiire, the product of our
own factory, with Its rli-h nnd colorful filezn ceerlnK, Imrmenlzcri Ith .the HfttliiR of thin modern I.IvIiik Heom. Uery l'leus of Kurnlturs
Illustrated here, from Footstool te Ouxrntieft, In taken from the liinurmralili .SiiIIi-h anil I'lncfi en our Salfw rioers. Vim iclver Dcccruters
are trained te plan the Interior of jour home In ccry detail or te adlsc jeu In the pchctlen of 11 bltiBlc Piece.
AN IDEA OF THE RADICAL REDUCTIONS
Special. "Walnut Queen
Suite. 4 nieces. i04.nu
$193.00 Maheerany Bedroom Suite, C pieces,
s:t0.00 Mahogany Bedroom Suite, 4 pieces,
1310.00 Walnut Bedroom Suite, 5 pieces,
Mlfl.OO Mnhesany Leuis XVI Bedroom
Suite. 8 piece's. 3in.eu
fBSO.eO Mahogany Uedroem Suite, 4 pieces,
1640 00 Walnut nnd Kbeny Bfdroem Suite.
8 pieces, 1518.00
S'SB.oe Combination Mahogany Bedroom
Suite. 7 piece, euo.eo
fietO.OA Mahecany Bedroom Suite, 8 pieces,
$1810.00 Walnut Leula XV Ucilroem Suite,
7 pieces, k I. 1.0.00
blNftl.i: 1" I I, (' i: .s llril.. Chirfunlrr,
Ilurraiii.. Trlil - Mlrrr Itrrxulnic Tnlilct
nnd Vunlly Drr.srr nt firrpllemil t.ii.
Int. rrlrn titart n low us IO.Ti for
u iielltl n olden Onl liurrnu ullh hlinpeil
top, ami Frenrli I'lule SuliiRlnc (IIiikh Mirror
ullli CHrtrd top, Clilffnnler of Munie ntinil,
nllh St Inning Mirror, Jiy.2.'. i without
$30.00 I.UInqr-Urjem Sult, vlth t.ipchtrv-
ceered spring unats B,ti ls arc nf ma-
heBHiiy. 3 pieces, ,'i5.00
$105 0(1 MnheBanj -.ind-Cane T.l liip-Tloem
Suite, spring seats', .ecicd with xeluiii ;
3 ph ccs, f 85.00
$IOH.ne MaheRany-and-Canc Suite, tapes-
try-cexrred wprlmr scats: 3 plccex, $150,00
.M-. no Otvnttuffed LUIiir-Roeui Suite, loeis
curIiIeiis: .: piecfH jiio.eo
Specltil Ox ci stuffed loose-cushion Suite,
3 Illicit.'. $350.00
f498.ne OuTstOffed loere-cushion Suite.
Miring bcatH. cexcred with a fawn-color
mohair; 3 iccrH, M40.00
roeg.oo0er.stuffed loee-cushion Suite, cev.
erd Willi wool tnpestrj ; 3 plecen, $530.00
S893.00 0erluffrd loeio-cushlon Suite, rev-
ei ed with frieze; 3 plcceu, $835.00
Propertionntc Reductions in Dining Dining Dining
lntenperl nml i:n ( linlrN, Tnblm, Heek.
Mtit'h nml Day IJeiU ut wen.
WlfKFR FURNITURE Styles that nrc net only abre:,-sL f the times, hut greater savings than wc have ever
tt ivn,Lji w , m. va.-i known with mere designs te cheese from than you will find anywhere.
HERE ARE RARE SAVINGS IN RUGS
Reductions based en today's market prices. An opportunity that comes in February only. These de net comprise special
purchases of goods of doubtful qualtiy, but instead standard American and Imported w eaves from the looms of the leading man
ufacturcrs. The only kind we carry. Handsome designs and rich coleriiiR?. Jinny exclusive te this Stere. Values that sug
gest prompt action, as they are unmatched any plucc e Knew.
$202.00 Royal Wilten, size 1114x16 ft $165.00 $85.00
5185.00 Royal Wilten, size 10xl8Vi ft S147.00 Se.l.OO
$165.00 Royal Wilten, size 9x15 ft $126.00 $02.00
$110.00 Royal Wilten, size 0x12 ft $89.00 S 15.00
8100.00 Royal Wilten, size 8.3x10.0 ft $79.00 843.50
$89.00 Royal Wilten, size 9x12 ft $67.50 $39.00
$85.00 Royal Wilten, slze 8.3X1 U.ti it $63.00 $37.00
$95.00 Seamless Best Velvet, size lUixl.'i'j ft $76.00
INLAID LINOLEUM REMNANTS SPECIAL REGULAR
THO TAP.D8 WIDE. SUFFICIENT OP MOST I'ATTIJKNH Teil AI.MOHT
Seamless Hest Vehcl, hire 11I4.12 ft $69.00
Best ANminster. sie 9x12 ft $49.00
llest Axminstcr. size 8.:ixlO.(3 ft $47.50
.Seamless Vehet, 912 ft $34.50
Seamless Velvet, b3xl().(j ft S33.50
Axminstcr, bize 9x12 ft $27.50
:ininsier, hue b'.ilxlu.U ft $26.00
$29.75 Scamles.'. Ve! ct, hire U 12 ft. . '. . . . '. '. ' ' '. ' ' ! '. '. '. S22.50
iR $1.75 AND $2.25 QUALITY, NOW 75c PER SQ. YD.
ENTIRE STOCK OF ORIENTAL RUGS REDUCED 25 TO 33 1-3 PER CENT
pfnfiiinrinni urn n.innn rtu rni-iei'n nHmnn !.. . . i...ir a i
.v.w,..,.. ..... w........ v.. ulttJ a Jt iuc, iin;i.i,iiii); nun tne pi ices ex a year
Savings that will warrant immediate pur
chases: Van Scivcr "De Luxe," 60x80 in 85.60
Van Scivcr "De Luxe." 70x80 in $6.00
Van Scivcr Special, 60x80 in $6.95
Van Sclver Special, 70x80 in $7.50
Van Sclver All-Weel, 60x84 in $12 50
Van Sclver AU-Weel, 72x84 in $14.50
Van Sclver Hy grade AU-Weel, 60x84 $17.63
Van Sclver Hygradc AU-Weel, 72x84 $21.00
Unusual values, tee, in Comforts and
TYPEWRITER DESKS, $27.50
Sslecled, plain Oak, av illustrated; dull
finish. Fhe-ply built-up top nnd three-ply
built-up panels. Tlucu drawers in pedes
tal. Length, 12 in.; width, SO in. A great
alue at $27.50.
Other Flat-top Desks begin at 17.50 up.
Ilwry piece of Otlice Furniture en our
floeis, i educed, Chair, Desks, Sectional
Heek Case. and Dii feters' Tables.
A reduction of about -l( per cent. ecr
last year's prices.
CLOCKS, LAMPS, BRASS AND ENAMEL BEDS, ALL UNDER PRICE
i nose who wmn iu cAjniyu rAYMGNTS for Furniture or Furnlahinna ...
NOTE Tlure re ce:
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period of several months can make convenient and tsatist actor, arrantrinenla
rtaln 11pm cf Furniture en our Hear, ftry ,lav throughout u, :, ,i,t re lnBrU0 no in In v,h .l.ai .!! . , .
canmit Le innrl.nl loner " " "'ll eve '" ! Ji:
Manufacturers, Imperten and Retailers
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