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'bt ' V,il r'lws. J iXV "tl , yi t ? , j 1 , , 1 , 1 - . 1 il mmm-m . m f ! re j 11 '' I F C ' THE PEOPLE'S FORUM u Letters te the Editor Who Is te Blame: Mistress or Maid? Thinkii for Service a (he Uiitar of Iio i7venlj PuMe ledaer: Sir Mny I cxprrw te you the fin cere thiinkB of my celicnijucs end "IE mII for the very srent service hlch the Kveninu I'ow.ie LuneEU liiw ri 'Attei te our recent appeal for the Amer lean Jewlsh'rclief fund. The kindly hoc hec Iiitillty of your news columns was of the , (Matest assistance in making our cause l Inwn te a large section of the com' "unity. I want you te knew that you hiTO my slnccre appreciation. " CYnUa.ADLBll, Chairman. Philadelphia, February 10, 1021!. . American Legien and the Benus j tht Editor ef tht Bvtntne Publte Ltdeer: tan Legien end waa active In forming the chapter te which I belong, because I thought it would be a line opportunity te have a club of this character that we boys could get together end talk eyer ear experiences.. I am qulte inactive new. however, since my chapter, along ultu ether chapters, has placed the racrlcan Legien in polities and sent its representatives te Washington te boost the bill, te threaten the) legislators and te boycott any one who was opposed 'VanTnshamcd of the patriotism dls nlsred by the American Legien and Ul have none of it. All my ideals as te what is meant by a patriotic Ameri- nn. by "loyalty te country," have been Mattered. Wbere is the Legien man who can say with the poem : BrMtliW tturs a "";"!? eul d',a' Who never te hlmstlf nss sal. . This Is my own. my native land." There are plenty of them, but, un fortunately, they are drowned by the Mg majority of ex-scrvlce bonus seek rrs. who seem devoid of any patriotism, lint their nole ambition is still further te embarrass the Government by forc ing It te pay in small sums te the ex -servlce men mero than a billion dollars. I knew of dozens of cx-scrvlce men in tny estimation the real patriot who have done everything poulble te ",ccn the organization out of politics, Imt the money-grabbing element seems te dominate. At the chapter headquarters you will always find a let of members sheeting peel, playing cards and jrelllm , for the bonus. They nre without funds, they iay, but they will net go and hunt a position, but are leafing nreuna waiting for the several hundred dollar b that tbey mean te ferce Unde Sam te py tbcui. Shame en such patriots! I have removed the button from the lapel of my coat, which I had se proudly placed there several years age. I will net sell my patriotism, as one who ns-i-isted in saving my country, for a mere mess of pottage. I am amazed te tind that the young American manhood is net made of finer and better stuff. GEOKGE T. CLAIIKB. Philadelphia, February 13, 1022. An x-8ervlce Man'e View Te the Editor of tht Bventng PueUd Ledger: Kir I am an cx-scrvlce man of the World War and I am also interested in etir paper? Last cenlng I read n letter wiitten te your paper by Geerge T. Lnnler about the soldiers' bonus. Mr. Lanier claims he is a patriotic American and he disapproves of the bonus. , , Let me say thnt the very way this man expresses his thoughts of the men In the World War. te the effect that they had the best berths they ever had. indicates he must claps the majority of the men as being bums and unwilling te uerk. He also claims the men came out of the army prepared te teke up a line of work that would be profilable te the ex tent they never would have enjoyed had they net gene into the nrmy. New, sir common sense can explain te any half-witted persons that there v,cre no trades of any sort learned while the soldiers were fighting their way through te victory. I'd like him te knew thcre are mero men out of work new tbnn there ever were befere the World War, and the majority of these men hocking work are ex-servlee men. Without a doubt they looked after ( ur families with the nlletment we mnde uit te our people, and perhaps n few (ellnrs mere, S10 u month, whleh made it total te the large sum of $23 a month te me en. rrrrn. Philadelphia, February 10, 1922. Advice te "Three Score" Te the Editor of the livening Public Ledger: Sir 1 would say te "Three Score" ie take daily walks; te visit the hos pitals, and especially te vls.it old peo ple's hemei nnd make new acquaint ance". The people in the homes appro appre date the lf-its and will be Kind te have n dint with ethers outride of thejiemes. !e te church regularly. Keep eung by halting the boys' koIieoIk. Hunt up some of jour old friends younger than vonr venr elf. MAItY T. BURNT. Philadelphia, February 0, 1022. The Bible and Science Te tht Editor of the ll enine Public Ledger: Sir In your editorial comment en Wilbur Glen A'ellva's reversion te the e'd thoeloglral theory of a flat world, you concjude by saying, "The notion that the nible is a scientific textbook his long Mnce been abandoned." This Matcincnt, in my opinion, is net quite in accord with facts. On the contrary, there seeni te be Indications that the "lil "notion" Is tuklng en new life. Hew iheut Hie evangelistic campaign of Hh ler, the chcinUt of T. N. T. fiime, who his been proclaiming te large anil sup 1'iwcdly Intelligent audiences In Phila delphia and ether large cltlcN through out the country that the Bible and sci ence are In exact ncceid? A hill was recently Introduced in the Kentucky Legislature which would step "in tcaciiing et tlie theory et evolution in all the schools of that State. Of eiirse, It Is hardly necessary te buy that the sponsors of this legislation are hellevcrs in the cosmogony of the Bible. William Jennings Bryan, a believer in the Bible from cover te cot or, Is an avowed opponent of tne theory of evo lution ; vet, If a man truly believes that the Bible is the "Werd of Ged" he heald net he blamed for opposing a theerj which .conflicts with It. Tf the "Ruler of the Unherse" is net an au thority en bucli matters, who is? It teems that a considerable number of people e-t 111 regard the Bible ns tin iintherlty en matters (.cicntllic ns well "spiritual, und te the writer the cicdu lit of a pcisen who telle rs In a flat world in no greater than that of u be lleier in the Isieelltisli creation nijth. CAUL K. MOKHIH. Scwell, N. J February II, J 022. Ne Widow for Dim Te tht I illtur of the l.rntig Piililtr ledger: Slr-1'kune eciiM) caul, ns I tun in hum te exinc-h inj opinion as te 1 nole llim anil the (iiiiiipK. It Is tee lad l'liole Ueis net meet n nice, pious pieus int woman, juiiug or iiiiddle-ageil, who v"iil'l make liliu n jjued wife n ml m JJiiuld le hupp, net a widow like this .imlir woman. I uijej lending tlie Gumps eerj ".hi. und I wonder hew it will end. I The Servant JWriiii.t Te the Editor of the llitnbig Public Ledger: tuna 7 ., sr.j::? vih f": ,". ; -- ';ie ,-n;ii. iiiie uic n0Ann.,prebIc,".ls l1"' Miecl.iUst serv- I .J """' an cmpleeil there In ?..i rlcln- The hpeclalist cooks !? ' th.,.r ''"lopcndciice ke much thnt they will refuse te de nn thing except .,,, ." wueuiiij incir own mimics aim coeKing utensils. My dlnlng- ". am it, Buppeseu te also wash tlie lu,hes, with the afslstnnce of the cook. jmii me cook rciiiscs te have unj thing te tin u'ltl, ,1.1..., tt .1 '.. . ? i. i . . ' iiiitr nicy nuc icit hfr hands ter tlie dining room. l hen there Is a constant clash be- i PfMi tiinNA fji wtstaHiu rrt.. 1 maid, whose duly it is te keep the liens.) cJeiiH anil the rooms und beds In order, refuses In mntin tlm hrut. .. i. alning-roem girl, or clean their room, uuu iney insist tnat tiitlr special posi tion calls for such servlcc en the pert of the roenunald. What ia the conse quence? There Is another clash. Then the laundress, she refuses te help in any way with the, cooking or the straighten Ing out of the rooms, and because the ether maids have te wait en her in this HflV tltnrn lu nnnltin Im.I ..l ,. .... . ., uivurci L-iutu, uiiu quae rrcqucntly conditions get te the stage "". i iiiu M-Ti.iniH win nave no finenkinipfieniialnffi,f n..n ...i.t. il. ether, and it is necessary for me te go unu ni-Dirraie or siraignten thlngw out, -. - wwi, iu,vi ail H1UUUU, nnd each ene thinks I am favoring the iiucr, ana nei inirequently things get into a frhtful mess ew ing te the serv ant specialist, and 1 am compelled te eischarge one or two of the most un reasonable of the "ledles of the kltch cn: ,' ..... MKS- W. W. A. Philadelphia, Februnry 10, 1022. Treats Maids Kindly Te tht Editor of the Evening Public Ledger: Sir I would like te say a word or two regarding what "Mrs. W. L. M." has te say concerning the servant ques tion. In her wuy of thinking, bcrvants are ignorant, inferior creatures who must net be allowed any freedom or pleasure. In her letter she has shown herself te be a heartless snob, and un doubtedly is inferior te the girls whose misfortune it is te be placed under her. if such be the case. Much a ene cannot keep a girl any length of time and Is soured thereby. I have always used kindness with my maids and received in return courtesy und obedience. I knew of one case where a servant was employed by u woman who, befere her marriage, cooked nnd washed for n family of( ni-tvu, mm nuer inarrjing u wcuiwj man, could net open her ejes in the morning until her maid bathed them with rose witter,' and the Jnntd, after hearing that the woman was once n servant, became se disgusted that she left hurriedly. MUS. .T. L. 11. Philadelphia, Fcbrunry 10, 1022. Beth Sides te Blame Editor of the E cntng PubUe Ledger: Sir Why se much severe criticism against servants, nnd by servants ugalnst mlstrcbses? Beth sides are te blame. Servants no mero caie te be continually seeking new places than de mistresses onjev looking for new help. It only requires a little sanity en em sides te live peacefully and happily. I have employed maids for mere tliiin twenty years, and bucrul,ef them at" still with me, and seem like membcis of the family. In selecting servants from the start I hae been ubloMe read their disposition, and took care te enlj employ these with Intelligence enough te consider their positions, und I Iium intelligence enough, fortunately, te realize that they nre human and want just and consldcrate treatment. It is a wife's duty te eversee her house, and tlie duty of the benntits te take instructions and keep the heut In the order in which the mist rem de sires it. In my case I work with tin servants as much as possible, nnd treat them, net ns menials but as helpers. I have no trouble whatever In getting u much work out of them nH Is nccccssar , but I never ask them te de unnecessae work simply te keep them employed. The melds de better work -when they see the mistresses are Interested in them, nnd the periods of rest I giie them better lit them for the ncccssurj work te fellow. If they have nothing te de there Is no reason why T should keep them In the lieui. nt ether Umci as well as their day off, or their eve ning off. They appicciate thk by faith ful services. If all mistresses would leek upon their servants as women who must cam their living, Instead of being slaveys ei dray-horses, they would net have te be running around looking for help all tin time. I always find thnt the women who nie continually changing their servants are themsehes te blnrae. for they de net treat theni properly. Trear your serwints as jeu would be ticntcd :l you were compelled te earn your own living In the kitchen, tlie laundry, the dining room or as housemaid. MUS. .T. L. B. Philadelphia. February 10, 1022. hardly think Blm will ever marry Zan der. MKS. TIlAINKIl. Philadelphia, February 11, 1022.- Questions Answered Ministers and War ?e tht Editor of tht Evening PuWe Ledger: Sir Will you pleas tclt ins wtiat pari the missionaries took In tbs Revolutionary and Civil Wan and who the most prominent ones were? O. K. R. Philadelphia. February 9, 1822. Missionaries as such took no part In the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, livery reg iment had Its chaplain, arid ministers served extenslvaly both In the Christian Commis sion and the Sanitary Commission. Pennsylvania Benua Te the Editor of the Evening PulUe Ledger: Sir Has an effort been made te seeurs a bonus for the ex-servte men who enlisted from thts StatsT Hew much will tbey re ceive, according te any bonus hill whlen may be pendlnsT D. A. T. Philadelphia, Itbruary 10. 1922. A bonus bill has passed the Stat Legis lature once, but It must be passed at an other session, and a constitutional amend ment will be voted en in November, 1023, awaltlne legislative act and referendum te pay a bonus of J10 a month of service, $200 belnsr the maximum. Savings Bank Depositors Te the Editor et the Evening PuBlte Ledger: Sir Pleae Inform me threush jour ques tion corner Hew many peeple hae a savlnss ac count In the United States In all banks? What Is the a erase ameui.t of each ac count? Hew many people have a checkln ac- unlT ... .v... Hew does the aerae eompare with oilier countries? ;vu,i,iji """"" Philadelphia, February 0. 1022. Of the 1707 salngs banks in the United States In 1020. mutual salnsii banks num bered 020. with 8,1B.3J7 depositors and I3.180.84S.000 In deposits, stock vlnss banks number! 1087. lth l.92;,V niT poslters and $1.340.WS.O0O In deposits. Un Un Jertunatels. ve ere net able te lve ou the average amount of each nceunt Germany 1b credited T.IIU -';"B:' i'. posllers. with dpcelts totaling- 18.105 069.- M3. "?. '" !!''? .Tnu.' ila fourth, francs nf Ih and Italy sixth The Bgures for these countries were no doubt ceUeeted prier te the war. and ; no con cen con slderaUen Is glven for the present low "lue of the money of "ego countries. We cannot give you any facts "nrf'n the people with cheektnir accounts, as th vary se much that It would be hard te mil., a, reckoning. ukst'a the Difference? I Te the Editor et the Evening Public Ledger: ' ' ii tn .n Lha.t la the sir l'lease cv,' v . .. difference between the heir apparent and the I 2'7 X?r,mMv. te the throne In England "" "-"" oueiUJE T. CUHillNS. Philadelphia. February 10. 1922. The difference between an heir narenl and an h'lr presumpthe is that the hair an SareSt must sucread. If he survhes. the resent holder of the dignity, while an heir present iiu.e . ,. . . , . la ln0. ' fftaKhl". hi. right te th, sue , "" Ien Vfeated by !. Wrlh of another lelr There cannot, therefore, be at the same thnn an heir apparent and an heir ' ,.m . The Prince of Wale, for iSL 1 alwajn the heir Wlwnt ' te the ihre ie Bheuld there be no Prince of V. ulei , Jn the nearest heir In the legitimate sue 1 ewlen becomes the heir presumptive, his ler her rights te the succession being al5s liable te be defeated by the birth of a direct heir. tf you put our mouth Inte rainbow shape. Pray, let the bow be lnerted. . Though ou be ellKhtcd by fortune's pets. Though jeu be eeerneil by the scerners. Still keep a heart that 13 (true and strong And a mouth cuncd up at the corners. Don't leek en life through a smoky glass. The world Is much ns jeu take It; "Twill yield you back a gleam of light. Or a glow of vwirmth If jeu make. It. Heweer fertune may teem te frown, However may scorn the burners. Still face your fate with a tearless eye And a, mouth curved up at the corners. A Humorous Peem Te the Editor et the Evening Pubfle Ledger: Sir; I am leiy anxious te secure a hu morous poem entitled "Ialce of Geld Finn." Can you supply It through your People's Forum? 8. A. R. Philadelphia. February 9. 1023. TjAKE OF GOLD FINN It was early one morning jeung Willie arose And up te his comrade's bed chamber he gees, Saying. "Arise, dearest comrade; let nobody knew; It Is a flne morning and a-bathtng we'll "'" Se they walked right along till they came te a ten? lane. And the first that they met was the keeper of game. He advlbeJ them for sorrow te turn back again. Fer their deem v. as te die en the watery main. Se leuntr Wllll.im stripped off and nwain the lake reund: ITe eweni round the lelsnd, but net the rlcht irrmintl. Crylna: "I'emrade. deareit comrade, don't' jeu cnture In; There Is deptn In false water In th lAke of Geld Hnn." The day of his funeral It wan s sad right. There v,ero four and twenty jeuns men. all dressed In whlte; They rnrrlcd him en their shoulders and lall Mm In the claj; I31d adieu te young Willie end they all marched awas Jean Langin n1.p for the poem cntltlcO "Kelly, llurke and She." McCLEES GALLERIES 1507 HAJ.NCr hTRllKT FRAMING A SPECIALTY Etchings, Mezzotints Bronzes & Lamps Paintings Restored " Loese Le&ti Outfit Including Corduroy Binder Leather Index 200 leaves $8.50 umriaitBiLemi Q29 Market Streel reel Poems and Songs Desired 1 tls- .,",!" I eneti-'H I eruni ulll iipprir dally 1 .,"' mlng PiiliMi. I rrinrr. nnd ule "' Hie SuihIiu. I'ulille lilrr. Itlrr iviikklm; tliiTrU .inpliH will he printed. urll in, requested imegai, und oursllens aultr.il Interest wlllTt, unswerVtl. "My Own Away Frem Me" x .. wA,inr nt tks Evening Pubtfe Ledger: Sir can roe locate for me the poem of which the llnee guen ociew are a pan; uiae the name m tne nuiimr. "The stars come nightly te the sky; 'I lie tidal wne unto the sea; Net tlnie, nor space, nor deep, nor high Can keep my own away from me." It. O. Philadelphia, February 10. 1022 Twe Songs Desired , le the l.dller et the ;tni!i0 PubKe Ledger: Sir Will teme one of jour many readers supply Iho hjinn co naming tne roiiewing; "Keine happy das, some natpy day, When uu will see the face of III111 who died for 1110 " And ene villi the tllle "When the Wand was Pliulng 'nixlii' 1 was IlunimliiT 'llmne, Sweet ltenie.' " nitTCK OAMJinil Janteti. r fehru. ry 7. 1022. "Keep Your Meuth Curved" ,i the filllei 0 (lit Exmlnu 1'ubllr Irdaei: f,r 1 uin nppreelati It If nu ulll print Mi jour I'replt'H I'liriun the poem "Keep 011r Jleuth L'umjr Up at the I'eincrs" W. I,. I1CU.L.A.ND l'lilliifldphln. lVbruiuy 10 1DJJ. 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All Sizes 26 te 12 1200 Men's $1.50 te $3 Sterling Silver Belt Buckles at, QK Each , VOL Cash pur chase ftem a leading m h n ii fin-. tuier-his entire discontinued stock. Engine turned effects in several attractive designs. bNELLENBURflS First Fleer We Arc the First Stere in Philadelphia te Offer The New White "Phillips Cuff" Shirts for Men Made 'ith Reversible Cuffs of the Same Materials as the Famous I an Ileuscn Collais i.. r .. U in i i i i-, these shirts are origi nated ane tailored by the makers of the Van Ileuscn Col Cel lar, with lf ver.sible cutis of the same famous self- s t i ffening material of w h i c h the cellars a r e made. The Most Distinctive and Perfectly Tailored White Shirt Ever Offered In Five Slides THEPHILCOVE In White Cambric THE PHILGLEN In White Madras . . . . THE PHILVALE In White Oxford THE PHILDELL In White Cambric THE PHILROGK In White Satin-Stripe Madras SfTi f 'i ijS First 1 loer I U A $2.50 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 K $3.50 Anether Let of These Splendid 75c, $1 and $1.25 Blouses for Beys at 59c Each Well-iuadu 1'li.u es of geid'-iai I" e.ile 'ti utti.ii'tivi stiijRil pnttu'i , b .1 chdiubia.v. and tii iirrcl cloth. Made w I'i cellars attached a. id .oft cull-- Sues C tu 10 jears. Mouses that the boys eartnet lime tee many of for school and general near. 1 e.'uc- uise mothers an taking advantage of the extwmely low pritc te Ivif in a geed bupp'y. v r SS Ft. 1 lern- Stanning lace sill, leckings in several patti rn : !- -uni; (ii geed looking nov nev cltv Italian ilk stocking i iiiclud"d 111 this estiaeidmaiily lew-piicul let. $2.25 Kull-Fabhiencd Sill- Stockings, i Sligh'lj lr'cgular. tops. . ur. ith $1.15 mciccrizcd 1 irst Fleer Twe Exceptional Seap Values Sncllenhurg's Hardwater KQ Seap. Deen C'akes OZjf Abdu eH tin be-' h.uiKati r soup ob eb tiunabl a huge, fiagia'u. aliiiijiid-'Centcd ike, d 'i I'tful fei lode ami bnth. Jergen's Violet Transparent Seap. Dezen Cakes 75c j 5 Fiist Fleer 75c 2-Qi. Aluminum Lipped KJCl UL IT iJ (X, i li3 UMn 7r -sswiibt 2f Big Sale of These Popular $1.25 Mel-0-Dcc Player-Piane Rolls liZ .ach at included are clussics, marches, waltzes and popular music. Phenomenal values! Piane Scarfs, Special at .$1.75 t $9.:5 eleur, poplin and felt W all the wanted shades. Greatly reduced! SmcLLENBURGS PiWh Fleer IN. SNELLEN1JURG & CO. Fashion and Economy Beth Appieve The New Snellettbiirg Special Seft Hats and Derbies &-z- for Spring fc nn r.r i-Jy They have the 1 ijrlu "leek" -- and the'll Cive the fcervieu of hats iriced up te ?u.50 elhcvvherc. IMen'b und Bex s' New Spring Caps, 95c "$2.50 I ine Liif-liih tweeds and a laif-e vanetv of plain conservative and snappy patterns 'i 1 7n5Gr5S Pi'"!-t Fleer Special Purchase of Unbleached Muslin Bed Spreads and Bolster Throws Stamped te Embroider at$ 2 .35 Complete Spreads of excellent quality unbleached muslin sheeting, full sue, and stamped for Trench knot embroidery. Extremely effec tive cxtrnerdinaryatthia new low price. bNELLENBURflS Second Fleer y " J s ? V I ! C- B 1 fJr-l29c 'I 'us 1 tin IevmsI jinn, en record for tlne s.niei.p'in-. e irlicvud the maker of tin- tronui'deui iuan'ity 111 euJtr tluiL he niiKht ketji hie laclei.v running lull time the enormous number we stcured enables ui te efli.1 '1 1- eMraerdmarj value. Mail und r en Ox 1, a I'tllcd. S2.").()0 Jewel Vuaiurn Cup. Kn Utinninu FJall-Hearin Washing 'Mai'hine $15.95 Sel Sli2..-)0 .' r.urner (as Coel, Slec, $14.50 U ith IG-inch even; v lull, panel deer. ILL ite Leenard Clcan-as-a- China Dish Keiriyerater $46.95 fueil I Sultl ii, I i lain. nber. I 11 leled 11 Iwsr. tic lull I'lun. N. SNELLENBURG & CO. SS0.00 HiRh- Whitc Enamel Kitchen Cabinet, $35.00 Wlilte enamel tlniih. Interior, 3 ilriiwrrf ulilte nlldllis erculalu top, deep Heur Mil, Klnss BiiRnr Jnr 11 nil I wplee Jari. Held en Club Plan iNEU-EN5UR0S Third Fleer. JnjQafiJ jQd uim N. SNELLENBURG & CO. 'I M m -hi 1 "& .v i St, M' ,T 1 a. ua. l sft'r ., - j ! Mmm J&jjkjtL&A., ' K - , ' &.3l lfcf&SsSiJJi a:2. tfSlAkrtMJsfcSisij WM.-VA.l , ..