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rssftfrbiJL wri'ittiiizr'- :. $a t. r.f a wvm BMinuur.i k , - if'jr- jm&&v" ;lV;ini',.-v "',?yt ", f ,SsnBJtffiBPSHK0vwMCBr- as w. JJM M . "" in Keute for Heme, I wily 'W(e'md at 8a n Joie Italraslst March .1. (Bv A. lnvernnr HnNiul. nf 1'imnicvlvtt- L-VAa w.rtv.l.Ml it trnit M.filiMmA ntl tti nvi.uiiiti ft Hiifii t ivvimj w t Je Bap Jese, Ceeta Hica, says ten irem mat cu.v. rettrnlng te the United States. HBnlv'ff - h annfartiirprs ?W eat-off from corrugated N bKa In various sins of circles (Hares; wllf sell cheap. Cor Cer t4 Cantalner, Company. ESSS IH4DERW0OD, NO. 5 549 bur '" a. KTii,' -.f mil ' 'ED &;?'?' 1 M.VKU JUA. J t. 1P Latest Medel 'iujureEiC'OrrcREO at (-SBM'rHHT. ntr. TRf'.I. "flwrni nrmtN'TF.R TTHmiiriint.v nrrexsTELXTrr. iqeft&tftik st Vft BUTOY, TYPEWRITER CO. r S.C! tuittR ir,t v. '." '.' urara EW: s ggfiSia jff WEDS IN COMMONS CHAPEL' A dispatch from Ixmsten announces the marriage today of Lady Scott, widow of Captain Rebert F. Scott, Uie Antarctic ex plorer, who, with four ether mem bers of his party, perished tfurlnr, a bllizard while re turning from the Seuth Pele early In 1913, te Lieuten ant Commander E. Hilten Yeung, financial secretary of the treasury. The ceremony was performed In the crypt of the chapel In the Heuse of Commens by the Dlshep of St. Al- bans. Austen Chamberlain, Gov ernment leader In the Heuse of Com mon, gave the bride away. The ceremony was sim ple and there was no reception. Her young son also Is shown in the photograph AawlfBa E'liSW' - iaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKPlBBBBBBBBBBBBV tK bbbbbbbbW&J.'V ' bbbbbbbbB HIHraaVKW LbbbB aH'iWTiKH Wg--:J::;"-::JaW ( .bbbbMbm - - - Ji vv mH kvvlBBKaBH .WB tsrigl,s,Tvta "'ng,t'' S'fyTr "iWHUtMMI ,-irf5itit;,P,"T"lP",""""""B" PfrfflAni' tna vim. r9BP9HBBLIBBBV''i w'c,' -'' ....-.. rf ,.. r. siVwiB if : PWS INSURANCE 'M'SPARRAH VEXES k ssS TO BE IffiFUNDH) DEMOCRAT CHIEFS $ I rtcerdi and roll ARE BEST w will g i -4)A CAR FARE. X t?I, - Fas Tret 7137 Fai Tr. 7159 -117..-.. (Rnmr th tev CennnrlMd rtcer4i kn'd roil 'with ethr mke. K yiu'r het oenvincJ Connerlzed Ttcerdi and roll ARK BEST v, will ctirruIlK rtfund our menty and CAI FARE. g CONNORIZED MUSIC SHOP 4 NOXTU OTM 8TRKCT g ByrewgMiKi?GapMiwy?iPfl i - . s 1?. m ' c !&, PAINT VARNISH and Varnish Stains PER . QUART Allied ready for dm. AU tb beat color. W. T. GRANT CO. 120 Huket St & - m Startling Disclosures Premised Regarding Amnesia Victim's Disappearance $10,000 WAS PAID ON LIFE r ii tfr' r.w? Bd'i - Biva T. ?&'-' r iv- 11- A k.a; CVJl k n5w Treat your beauty fairrvi Ne matter hew lovely ' veur features are veu cannot be trulyaltracfivc ' with a red blotchy ' oily skin Restnel Seap and Ointment make bad complexions smoother softer and ' generally charming, RESINOL 5oethinq and He&linq 2, . m '! -1 PJBaBBBaBWBaIIIMlBBl itffl SSS"1 "(?"" InMirance of S10.000 paid tn the wife of Dr. Ilnreld n. Rey. former Swarth- mere student who was thnucht dend when he nnndered threuch the Wc-t for n ypnr. a victim of amnesia, will be paid Old-Time Besses' Plans Upset by Women Who Insisted en Granger HAD MIM FOR SECOND PLACE Sp'rint Dispatch te Evening Public Ltdaer Ilarrfeliuri;, March 3. Old-itlme Democratic leader, elttlne back today ami Alcwins the Inderbemenl handed jpMerday hr the Democratic Slate Coin- back te the lneurancfi rempimy, it wasjmittee of Seventy-two te Jehn A. Mc Fam today at tne eince or ur. i raiiK Iley, New Yerk dentist, father of the victim. Dpi Moines insurance cemnnnv had filed n suit for that amount uhen Dr. Rey retrained his memerv suddenly in Kanrias City recently and intimated , tnat some sensational disclosures would Sporran, mater of the' State Grange, are s-eniewhat perturbed. Met of the Influential Democratic leaders are net satisfied with the se lection of McSparrnn, but for the sake of resularlty must support him. The old-time Democratic lenders had MrSn.irrnn In mind when the cenven- be made in connection with the man's I '"n M waR,tirusf 'TJ!'"'.'''. )"iLth y dlsappenranep planned te make him the tall of the gu- Dr. Itey disappeared en March 17 of I bernnterlal kite by havlnc him Indorsed Inst vear following a ennee accideut In 'for I.ieutenant doverner. the Hudsen Kiver. He wns gt'en up di i .iiicianuii si u w as drowned when his wrecked canoe ua-' ?t the first meeting in the Orpheutn found iinrt nia wife left he Vn. Vn i Theatre, and his. oratory swayed the home; where he was a dentist." nnd ent women in the convention. They were te live with relatives In Les Aneele Dispatches from L?s Angeles centirm the statement from the office of the young tnnn'B father that the wife in tend te refund the money in a few days. Dr. Rey was a star athlete when he attended Swarthmore College. He graduated there In the claw of 1000. AVhen he "awoke" n Kansas City he found himself in the aacb of n' laborer and had some Canadian coins in his pocket. He could remember nethln; of what had happened te him or where he had been In thp time that intervened after the accident. Impressed with the nnnarcntly frank and open manner In which McSparran expertly criticized cverythies Republi can, nnd from the middle of his speech en McSparrnn virtually ms as geed as indorsed. The women wanted McSparrnn te head the ticket nnd thev landed him in the kcjftene position. When thp Com mittee of -Seventy-two met yesterday there were fifteen absentees, giving the women a majority in the committee. Charles P. Dennelly, of Philadelphia ; William .7. Breimen, of Pittsburgh, and Vance C. McCormick, of Harris burg, scarred political veterans of many bitter party feuds, realized the danger . a1amIh mw hblttAAjkM M lt-1 1SA a t. r t- .tn -v ' "i fuiffiiUK any -uiiu.uirs, Jiti mu fIrii'JZMfhnXZVMWn supporters in the majority. lL lil tn ILL vl.? v ?.i,f:, 'Hicy fought for delay, but the Of his plans te return te New erk. wemcl;t M& bv ew m membcrg who wanted McSparran, succeeded In 24 PEERESSES MAY SIT ' I'nlting through their program, and the ,,,, V ... I Lancaster County farmer was indorsed. IN HOUSE OF LORDS SOON Departing Democratic leaders left here without much slsns of cnthuslJsm en Lady Rhendda'a Victory Advances tD(,'r I0.e- -wny et mem regara tne ' -... convention idea proposed by State Cause of Sex Equality Chairman Bruce F. Sterling as a fliv- fituciai CeM Dintatch. Copyright. it wr nnd lelleve the party could have done tiettcr iy nnvme a nine sreup Londen, March .1. Twenty -four women may seen occupy &rnts in the Heuse of Lords as a result of a suit i wen by Lady Rhenddn ypsterdm . Lady Rhondda, who is a peeress in her own right, having succeeded her father, the late Welsh coal king, brought suit he- i fore the Heuse of Lords te gain the right sit sit with the lrds through vir tue of her peerage. Her lctery achieves another gain toward set equality. WLlf' W-WrKS &&, VZ4 ' Just melt in your mouth! asce CREAM MINTS 25b At all our Stores The ether peeresses who ulse may sit ' mcnj of 'caders fellow the old-time methods of getting together t-emewhere In a beck room te pick the tliket. Wlun the committee inlets here next Thursdny it will -irdubly select the remainder of the ticket. William A. (!!n-sw, (if Philadelphia, nnd General Richard Coulter, of ftreensburg. are understood te b.- seriously considered! for the United States Senate indorse- In the Heuse of Lords nre: The Duchess of Fife (Princess Arthur of ( ennaught), the Duchess of Norfolk, the Countess of Snfield. Bareness Beaumont, Baron Baren ess Berkely, the Countess of Cromar Cremar tie. Bareness Burten. Bareness Cllfteu of Ie!cliti)ii Bronsweld, BarenesM Darcr 1 de Knuvth, Countess Vnrboieugh, Bar- nomination i eness Dorchester, countess ilMrmey. ScieetIen of McSparran ns the gubcr gubcr Bareness Gray. Bareness de Res, Bar-' "iTi ..n.n,in. in nn ,vu. Insnrps hurraeny. Judge Ijiigene C. Bonniwell and Judge Samuel Shull, of Menree, Cantaln Beb Pnttlsen. of Overbroek. son of the late Governer Rebert E. Pat Pat tlHen. is considered ns geed eh indorsed for Lieutenant Governer, while Mrs. Themas I. Murphj, of Scrnnten, wife of n newspnper mnn. may be Indorsed for the :ectetary or internal .nnirs one&s Lucas of Crldnell and Dingalt, Bareness Furnlval, the Countess of Ixinden, Countess Roberts. Visceuntess I St. Davids, Bareness Wentworth. Bar Bar oness Strathcenn nnd Mount Revnl. Bareness Welsey nnd Bareness Zeuchcil. j who lend the Democratic dissenters, were net here nnd sent no potential emissaries. i it is generally cencriicu mc.v win cmci thn prima, v nnd launtu u ngnt en mc FASCISTI AND POLICE FIGHT 'har.mV- ti.ket. IN FIUME: BOMBS THROWN 'NATI0N REQUESTS BANKERS TO REPORT FOREIGN LOANS BJJPffT3 Jrti'i v-ms&i j!rn,'. imi- Xfi "'.fc tmi JIC TWINGE IE YOU WINCE! ISB Slean's freely for rheumatism, Cecutica, iumbaje, ever-worked muscles, neuralgia, backaches. ' Joints, ajid for sprains and strains. ypmttrtttti without rubbing. i very first time you use Slean's IMt Vqu will wonder why you r vmi jt.befere. The. corafertine Band quick reltel from paw win Jully surprise you. sjrlerty years, Slean's the world's l acne uiument n ecen nuieng :taousanaaet tnencu. ask or. i Slean's handy, and at the first An ache or pain, use it. rQ VJrufglsts 35c, 70c, 11.40. uu It nti-Gevernment Forces Storm Pal- . ace, Terrorizing City J Fhune, March ."..(By A. P.) Finnic and environs were in a state of I terror tedny following the renewal of 'conflicts last night between the Fascist! I nnd local police whkh resulted In the ! death of one of the Fascist! nnd the wounding of n srore of participants of both factions. 1 Carlblneers today occupied the Gov ernment palace In nn effort te restore order, but the conflict between the Fas cistl nnd the police In efforts le disarm each ether still continues. The Government paluce wns stormed late last night by militarized companies of FhpcIMI who bombed the buildings, exploding. at least lull grenades in nn effort te force President Zundelln te vacate. Several buildings In that neigh borhood were wrecked by the explosions. A Pitched battle lasting two hours ec curred In the suburb of Drenewi, mid I it wns here that most of the lemlmt-, nnts were wounded. The renewed outbreaks were m-cn-l slened when a member e the Fascist! j named Fena ,was shot and killed In I the street. NEGRO FUGITIVE FREED Canadian Court Denies Extradition of Man Wanted in North Carolina HamUten, Ont., Mnrch :i (By A. P.) County .Iiulsn Snider tedny re leased Matthew Bulleck, American Negro, who wns held at the leiiucut of I'nltcd States uutherltliH for extradi tion te Nerllna, N. I'., where. lm Is wanted en n charge of attempted mur der. ' The Southern State refused te send witnesses te Canada te testify in ex- . ....,,. State Department Wants Advance Information Washington, Mnrch 3. (By A. P.) Netice was issued today by the State Department that the Government ex pects American bankers te advise it fnllv nf thn ilptnllH nf ferelm leans with ether Governments or municipali ties abroad lfore negotiations of such lenns nr ceucludl'd. ! The notice, which wus In the nature , of warning, ?uld thn desirability of co-operation In sucli lenns, which was explained te the DanKing interests at a conference last summer between Presi dent Harding, Cabinet members and bankers, did net seem sufficiently well understood In banking nnd Investment circles. "The flotation of foreign bend Issues In the American innrket," the State Department said, "is nssumlng nn in creasing Independence nnd en ncceunt of the bearing of such operations upon the pruper conduct of uffulrs, it Is hoped that American concerns thnt contemplate) mnkiiig foreign leans will Inform the Department of State In due limn of the essantlnl facts and of sub sequent developments of Importance." Officials explained that while there Is no law compelling bankers te fur nish such advance information te the Government, the department believed "that in lw of thn possible national Interests Involved it should have the opportunity of saving te tlie under wrlteis concerned, should It appear nd visnble te de, se, that there is or Is net objection te any pnrtlculnr Issue." "TKNNIH ON TIIK ICK1" Jlr' a nw sport. You'll if-y It' axclt Irrtil And you will surxly want le rad about li m )) M-arazlns fipotlen of nit Bunaay! yr . r. 'taT JI"SB I n nr.j- mS-a I ( Jv SHihac ADVEirriSIrVG lMrnaMnl eiper.fnes ,r artea mm. .. ' H. ARTHUR . ENGLEMAN TrsassAiiatlen Bits. BDntetTWIi Raes 1MT Ttila ta Hab7's rlnrt Walklnr RkM Tnn. nUnt nd Whit Make Ne Experiments With Them Till U . Rahr's First . Meetantn. Al Is hUh ns law with n.tlhl leather sol ler heuie or street. ' rTHE supremacy of Geuting's in babies' footwear is I aQ undisputed fact. Net only are Geuting baby x shoes of the finest materials, made by the finest hand'werkmanship but they are built ever the fa mous "Shoer-Tred" last that poises and develops the feet into adult grace and Btrength. And they're rea sonably priced. . , ..... i. Step in and let us make a fitting chart of baby's feet then let the responsibility be ours. . Spring Styles for Children We've been famous for many years for genuine variety in Children's Shoes; this Spring nil our former stocks are far surpassed. .... .. In both high nnd low shoes you will find that practically every smart new thought in adult footwear has been reproduced in our Children's Department all made, of course, ever our famous Shoer-Tred last the most sclen tificially perfect for growing feet. Step in seen and see the new things. - -p - W (roneuncsb arms) IThc Stores of ffcmeua 3Keca u 1230 MARKET ST. 1308 CHESTNUT ST. Shoes and Stockings for All the Family 19 Seuth Eleventh St ?' Srvie Mtn't Shep Every Feet Professionally Fitted Three Geuting Brethers Supervising Columbia Grafonelat and Records t.artMt itleetlen tn N. B. mo me tlsn. Evtrrtmna musical. Ear terms. GEO. ROSS jua iUNnn ivr. fheaN, rraakfera nss. Open Ereniacs Blank Beeks, lc te $30 Fer Evry Tarawa XtW Leal IMkn, S8.50 ii.nU V.la. J BLANK BOi LOOSE.-LEAF' LEDGI sier. 1 f f.' w t. Vrnc ana a ypvwriiere auttsl At Lew Arch St. PriptfU una pp. abaters. Day i Boek. lenrttalt. U Value f: rrffs- s3iasea Bneelal BUutk ns an a&rA ?!?&!??'?' . aissyztii afiiwrafissa smsr KCtitsLissMArchStriet J HARRY B. LEVIS STATIONER 702 Arch 8t,:l Women! Your Spring Clethes Are Ready i Men And en Our Easy Credit Terms! Spring is just around the corner and STERN & CO. are prepared. Our spring stocks are arriving and they denote every style-thought that women who want correct fash ion will appreciate. A small payment down the bal ance te meet your convenience. Spert Suits & Tep Coats The vogue this spring will center en sports suits and top coats. Tweeds espe cially will be favored and hemespuns will prove just as popular. Stylish Stouts. In Suits & Dresses We are making a specialty of fitting the women who need suits, coats or dresses of 42sa te C2 bust. The same styles their thinner sisters will use are reproduced in these larger bize models. S 25 f Spring Suits $1 Q.50 19 Werth Many Dollars Merel Fer just ,ene day's selling we brine the price down te this low level. The smart new tweeds, wor steds, cassimeres and mixture cheviets in styles for the young man and conservative dresser. Beys' 2-Pair Trouser Suits Neat mixture cheviets with two pairs of lined trousers. $9.95 it s TERNOft 712-714 Market Street America's Largest Hern of Furniture &ie, at&tib &Jsyhsxfa,& W e se r--m- -asa' ev aaruBB mm mr SLatv mr -w m mr - LS Piff9M-iyA'lzsZ, &,r&;i A Jj&sX hvw ''i lW lid I . a t r Lu ' vS' m "a 1 lAl , .&iVTm II J VV Al pejiW Aam iTrW yfeJWJkh&mx&w && II " ' "- - .' Baiti nmviw.v vw vvwi-.i'i I'l'.Nnrii v,.-i. km'i tmimfflmxmmm Outfitting the Family for Spring We are ready te help you net only mother, but baby, small son or growing daughter. The rearrangement of our store gives us better facilities than ever before for appareling the entire family. Come Saturday and prove this for yourself. The Juvenile Shep A certain amount of practicality must be con sidered when cheesing clothes for th,e infant, small boys te 6 years and the various ges of girlhood. However, there is such pleasure in soaking indi viduality and distinction in their apparel that one is surprised te find se little attention is given else where te needs for young folks. That is why We feel that our Juvenile Shep fills a real need there is no ether in town just like it. Coats, Dresses and Undergarments for girls up te 1 7 years of aget boys clothing up te 6 years and everything for baby. Misses Spring Garb We are featuring this section paying particu lar attention te the individual requirements of the girl of 16 te 20 years. Coats, Suits and Dresses, including the famous Betty Wale Frecks. Women's Coats, Suits and Dresses Levely new Wraps and Coats, smart Suits and wonderful Dresses. The best-selected spring stock we have ever had and at a wide range of prices. Spring Millinery Millinery is new en the first fleer a special little salon for the higher-priced and mere exclu sive models and attractive tables for these of mod erate cost. We carry only Hats which are distinc tive in style and thoroughly well made; a price range from $7.50 te $30.00. Corsets Cessard Frent-lacing Corsets for every figure; $3.25 te $18.00. Fur Neckpieces Many lovely new ones have just come, and the prices are surprisingly moderate. Lingerie Fashion has a penchant just new for Lingerie in color wa have some dainty pieces at as low as $1.25. And you will want te see the Radium Silk Petticoats at $4.50. ''liiiii-'i1!-1''!11'.!-!!-;! i!',li,l:.'i-i'j HM.iih'ii'ii.Jiiirl;::':;!! : . i : 'J : -1 . ! i J ' ; . ' ! ! !i il,il..:i:li.M:jl I.,;, iMi -! i1 ,, : .,!... ,..!:!.:,,- iiiiiiiiimiii iiiiimiillilJUililiiiiimiiiliiil Spedaliang in Coats, Seil's, Dresses and Skirts 9 1222-1224 Walnut Street Fer Saturday An Unparalleled Offering of Smart Street Dresses Nodes of Distinction and Originality nf J-heSP dre8Ses t(4 of Vhich ,arc illustrated) are among the most attractive of any we have shown this season. They include Canten and SSSTSdffiS: tineS and Piret TwiU3' in a -Wld aaS&tS They were up te $75.00, Reduced te $25.00 SECOND FLOOR :m m -) ftl ,J-CUO i.BDO. BV) L ft r Mfe JmZJM m, rt t mu" .r 1 f ttR mF&,A. .,Mk l'. ..'H3T BSSSBBSHaajygjjiFjjjWf Prf-AMj'.t-t. ., .'.. ?..i ,fi '' - LkL rSi 1 A1 .&Ute&iSi&n:?&SZM i;.STBWijfeeainis.