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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, March 10, 1922, Night Extra, Image 3

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ACCUSED ffl AUTO THEFT
rested 'sevrral times betew for Minllar J
offenses. The automobile, which bore (
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Youth Arretted Before for Taking
Pennsylvania .license .mi. icFi-ew- . .
snldvte huvci bloodstains en the rmjM rmjM
ter, which Is dented as front a collision.
Can Held Under $1000 Ball
Arthur O'Cenncll. seventeen years!
old. of ''.'t.n.'! AVe-t Clearfield street, was ,
SAVED FROWl BLAZE
SMttltlAtiK OF ROYAL l!KIIK
... a... nrriAntntlnn of thoteirrRtb 9 nt
held under $H)m Dall ny wiigisinm
D0111 today, charged with the laicenj
Prlnerns M.i- weddlnit. In beautiful ret...
n Lrauire aPPfir In nj- American hew-
1 f.fltiVr. wll I inihll wl In tli; Rei.inravur
1 'nix of nsxt Sunday' 1'ubllc I.-dlfr.
hi nu nuicimeDiic. ne wm n-..i..-fnitliei-
linn 1 1 117 iimI ueel.
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sm
ROAD BUILDING
O'Connell l said te have been ur
Plcfy Fair
Freeholders Plan te Civo Plenty
of Werk te Unemployed
of the City
With Yeuf
Firtmen Carry Patrolman! Wife
and Small Children Down
Ladder Frem Window
STAIRCASE IN FLAMES
REALTY MEN ELECT BOARD
1 Members of the Camden County
Beard of Freeholders arc nctlvc In an
. effort te rni.li the work of re-Mirfncms
tbe historic "White Herse' pike from
Camden te Berlin, l'lnns of the free
holders call for a roadway twenty-nine
fed wide. The lead will he built of
wncicte t" .withstand tlm heavy truck
travel. The rrcciieuicrj nux-u in.m...
bends for the rest'nf the work with tbt
im.lcrstandins that the county will h
SbuVsed from funds collected for
iiilemiibllc registration,
'the beard also lim. mapped out an
Mtenslfcread-bulldlmt campaign which
will provide work for njanjr unemployed
re). The Marlton pike from Mil
wR te thcllurllngten County line will
bi ai with sheet asphalt and Eve
itam reMl f'em Magnelia te Mt. Eph
r!m p'.kc will be paved.
. Th: Camden lle.it Estate lleaid has
tleetcd the following directers: Edward
Putter. Edgar Freeman. V llllam Ham Ham
Melen. Carl It. Evered, C Cntr .Tes
kip Mnurlec ltnddoiew. llnlnli 15. Nan
Hart. Heward F. laiplen. William A.
Seckhlll, William Schinld, Gcertrc
Wlnier. Charles 1. I lal burten, prcsi-dciil-clctt
of the beard, hns mapped out
an&xtenbhe ptegram Mr his jcui"
' work.
Fer tbe third time. Mis. A. It. Fra
tee Sr.. of Camden, has been elected
nrHcIcnt of the Lndlcs Auxiliary of
Tru-adi' Cemmandery. Knights Tern
nlnr. The election wns unanimous.
Other officers elected were: First vice
president. Mis. Jehn I). Parks, Glou
cester Cit ; second xice president, Mrs.
u'liiimn II. Fras-.ce. Merchnntville ; ic-
terdlns sceictnry. Mrs. Edwaid West.,
MAKE START OS CLEARING SITE
This photograph was mudc this iiiernlnj at the northeast coiner of Seventh aiid'Sansem streets, the IJrst build
ing te go In clearing the site for the new home of the Public Ledger, mernlns, evening and Sunday, thanes
Heed, thief engineer of the Public Ledger llulldlng; Mrs. Frieda Klpp and Miss tyhel Till, shown here In tlie
order named, loosened the first brlehs
MAYOR AND COMMITTEE ! Public Ledger SISMS IliSif pcpSawy
INSPECT SITES FOR FAIR Starts Rnildina 0N VOYAGE FROM GERMANY
Ph.lade.ph.an Jilted by Berlin Girl I t, TieT, -iS
City's Executive Says Reeemmenda-
While his wife screamed for aid from
a neennd-stery window. Patrolman Earl
Schnell ran thieiish a blazing shed, the
only exit from his second -fleer epart -incnt
at !5S7 Memphis street, today and
summoned firemen. .
Mrs. Schnell and her two children.
Emily. brccI four, and Violet, nged two
were carried down n ladder by I renieii.
The tear staircase, the only exit. wn
ablaze, the. names leacning in- " "
llenr rear room.
The Atlantic and Puclfic Tea Ccim
nanv has a hranc-h stoic en the nrt
fleer of the building. Theie Is no vtair
ca'sc connecting the store with the ei ei
end fleer apartment and a side deer en
Sergeant street Is hoarded up. A frame
shed In the rear Is ucd as a kltclien
ijy the Schnells.
Tlie iintreliiinn. who W attached te
the Trenten avenue and Dauphin street
stntlen. was off duty 'at PtfO c. c-hjek
this morning- He was sitting In Ins
uniform lieuers. nn underhlrt ami
carpet sllppcis Veadlng 0 paper.
Mr. Schnell Ktaited dewn-talrs te
the shed and saw a ic.l slew. She called
her husband, who found the kitchen
nblne. Schnell told hW wife te go te 11
Window and jell for help while lie tried
te break through the burning "hed.
The tire urn 1101 rciien me -nun-, "'" '
nciuic'i
s
fk bV h I
r2KlLk!& SU-VEnSMnw ATIJJW
iTn
Jeweled Earrings v
AH Diamonds -and
Diamond in combination with
Jade, Lajtis, Green-Black wct Sard Oryx -Diamond
ancf Russian Ceral
Parse
Fer Instance:
Perry's Winter Suit
and Overcoats are be
ing sold ait these re
duced prices $28 $33 4JJ
vt.1
1900" ELECTRIC
XONR
tien Will Be Macie Secn
Cnnlliuuil from Puce Or
for Ship's Officer
Anether tour of inspection of pre- '"!? '' T ",n ' X,.1"" ""? K, J-:"' " "KKl'
t..v ,...." - u-niii t.. if ivu trsirriin.v iu .iuti.
tllltl .--- w .,
neveel sites for the Sesiiul-Centennial ! with marvelous speed, the pheti
S5Ji'2!. "?" Jr!K V? "!! SeSenrrnoVingems andllH tlan.-ee. a Berlin gl.l. only te learn
"""" " iiirmuvin i m- i.ii lll 11 1- ., -,.... '..,...!..! ...! ,l,l
Caiiideii: financial
Clinrlc-c Mcl'llntec
KMivtiiry,
Cuinc'eii
Mis
tieas
Committee of the exposition association
The trip took Mayer Moeie and his
party te the proposed Pnrkway-Falr-meunt
Park site and tlm upper ltoose lteose ltoese
volt boulevard site.
Majer Moere said that before next
Tuesday's meeting of the exposition as-
Mociatleu, the lemmlltc-c would lie pre
III" ,-VIUlw . ....... ...... - .
all ether mechanical needs that enter i she- had been woecu anil xveu en cue
Inte the making of a modem news-i0Jllg0 em. uv ti, t-hief efBeer of the
lnncr- ,. , , Wilted American l.lne s.bip Mount Car-
'The first building unit will extend ..
Hefcet en venth'meet nnclUle feet ,,-,,,., nimieltP Kniinft Marie
en Sansom street. Jl w 11 I in ' S.-hle-ser. twenty jcars old. premi-ed
stories, but will be as1 hlsh as the aer- . ,-,.,,. ,., Nlllnmcl. when he
age . six-story builcliiig. s i it,.ij. Atuitit two weeks age
heme near by xvhlln the patielnian began
pntching up tlie nurneu siairxxnj-
THE man who advertises
is in jebd company.
liier. Mrs. .lescph l rtiiac.kciieru. pa'eii in iccoinim-eii n iu-. i-'"""" ,' ,' , , , ,, Mie starteel for America, cliaperencu uy
HndileiilleU. Speaking of the s nintiiiii hi icfer- be twcnty-seen fc.t big h. wh le the , .ss W,v ve Kah1dcn.
cmc te inducing Hcrbcit Hoever. Sec- second-, third and fourth stories will lie Millien Sleidiens. thlrtv vears old.
tfamclcn p-dhe de net heiiexe that ' ictarv of Commerce te nccepi the pest seventeen feet in height, as.vii-ng nu c,i,.f effl(cl. f t,e Mount Carrell, fell in
Edward Kiclic'sen knows nnjiuiiig . """, ,fc' ? "" ,",.'"' ."'"rTT ' '' ' , Icrxe wlin me neriin gin. j 1111 nu-inii
about the at tempt en Monday night te guaranteed by Edward . Hek. Majer chanlcal forces f f(.w lm,(llslir pyenln-s nt sea
wric; West .levsev and Seasuere Moere merely said. "Mr. I cover is In An order has been given for !1. .'..).- 8j,.,,1PllM Illni,. ti. v ferRct Krause.
n Irnad electri.' train .In Camden. The , slei. of the fa-.s will, icgarcl te 000 we. h y" Stephens fea.rd he might lese the!
tuxi.ee lenici all knowledge of th- plot. Mr. Uok's or." ' ment, th largest cyr given in lis , , if' , ,.,, fl. cerPmenv ashore. ,
eisbein" lie I ler fuilhcr Invcbtiga- The tour ..f inspecile.. was hurried, country. The manufactui iiir b Icllns ., ',, . (1 w ni.cvftiiC(l pen V
He ,s bcm. i.ii n jV01. j,oerc , , (l b ,, ie l-nlnn Itself and the c.tl.er c.pilpmer.t wll co :' , ,.w,u.jpP1, ',,1, authority te xveel the V
,l0"' League (".lib te eddiess the IM.llaclilphla another SI.L'.jO.OOO. or a letal of pai,. ,, the hi"l. s,.ns. The bareness-
K?i. CTT.-T SHE DECLINES NOMINATION , I'C, W? JSftlL!!!
M fefl, lligh s.p:c.,n:iMr8. ecrnb.a.er Leaves Delaware , JjZi W.X., al "- ' fcarcns " ' t0 t"1'
Sltf vdI T,Ure 1SS eTrn ; County Weme Undided ...A .inl;,., fctjHc will I, tllt ,e :.lted jeuth s parent
'iiaK - al
Biif iCv l It 3. 1
I CHAS. W
ill
SUPERB VACUUM
CLEANERS
The Helmes Press, I'rinten
1315.29 Chtrrv Street
Philadelphia
c.irnnr.il .MfiM-isnii nnd Miss Mnrzaiet . As Mis. Harclv M. Uernb'ascr
Miirhliall. IS years old. of l'';5 Dudley I. lane.ch. has, it-fused te accept the
mreet. Camden, liad planned te elope Peniecratlc nomliiatleu for the State
. l'.ILinn en T.iesilnv. luil. were stoetied ' Assenihlv from Delawaie County. The
i clw. Vi.f Plillnileliihin slutimi b mniiei- cif seleetlnir 11 candidate h.is been i
his mother. Morrison was first nngeied ' left te the Nominating Committee of
because his plans were frustrated, but I the comity oigeni.atlon. I
Bew he is satist.e.l. Mis. Kewri i . ''-oeks nwnmiuie. n. tw at sp f 0 l.uWll.
- . Wlln lis I.IJI.UCIIK'II s II ,-uimiutit.- euiup , .. .- i,,.ii.i:,.,. ,. l,,lrt .1... .1.1... I M
. V .1.. .-... 1. 1 ...... ..,... ,!. ...w,n l.'-IIKl-r nilliuuii. nun,- UK' lllllll nun
lUIHI, P"ii. ..i... ". ........ .. .....
nu
billed, mi that the Mvadj sticaiu of
papeis will be ceuvejed te leading sta
tions, pitched en uioteiti licks nml
whisked awaj- te lailreud stations nnTI
the M-ctleiial i.eints of cltstributieii
within tlie city by swift motei trucks.
The serend unit et the stuu-tuie will
In the CetitinuatU.il Scheel, at
liieadway and Mount Vernen stirets.
Canulen. representative' of the Contin
uation Schools of New Jersey tomorrow
will attend a conference called hv Iris
O'l.eaiy. Slate Commissioner. Contin
ual ion work among employed children
will bs discussed. Dr. .Tiiiuck 12. Hryan,
Hiperintciident of the Camden schools,
will welcome the delegates.
Tluec men arrested for icfusing te
rav a tine of $100 because they sent
Ml ..!.. .. .1 J.. (JnKimlli a .1 Stl. n. 4 .. , . 1.
As nobody en the democratic ticket , P!ltt.,linir h0ull. te ieln the first '
i.rnn :n. '--; ' ----- -
unit.
Mpp ifpIs i-lwlpn. Mini MV.
. I... i tt..t..i...
"thi.in W 1111 (lISSt'llHlllIl ill HIVIJMUU i ,, i..i . e a i. ....,' !. . .sii
among the Democratic , women of De-imenn t'le i earing of an imposing .stria
ware Ceun'y ever the nc.mli atieu Altc i ,,, tllt. CMtirl al.,.u fl.em
.xirs. iwriiu-HM-r '--- "' "' Cestnut te Sansom sticcts and fiem
name was suggested, but I aNe will net ., . ,.,,. ,t
he a candidate. We de net jet knew
wlie will be nominated."
Adams nud .1. P.
Walker, of West llcrlln, N. J. The
release of the men was obtained by
Walter Keown, their counsel, .lilclge
Kates, cif Common Pleas Ceuit. or
dered the prlseneis' release pending a
reiicw of tlie case.
SIX AUTO THIEVES ESCAPE
I Sixth te Seventh sticcts.
It will be iu keeping with the rapid
ami continuing giewtli of the I'Llil.lc
LeiGl.ll. under the pic-scnr ewnerjhlp.
I fiem a daily circulation of -L'i.OOO te
! L'Tti.OOO. and of n Sunday circulation
their children te Camden Public Scheel ' Delectej striDDinn Stelen Car, They fiem 00,000 te L'.IO.OOO.
without being vaccinated weie released ' r; " . Where, formerly, a c-empuiatlely
today under iflOO ball each. Tliev arc1 Flee as Police ure en i nem fw bcrte-drawn wagons weie adeiiiate
Luke Hates. James Adams and .1, P. su men. cllsieveicd iu the net of r,,.. the distribution of the Pi m.ic
i;. .. . ... ., .. . - .... ... .,.(.. I.. . i - . ..... .... . . . .
snipping a stolen auiomeui c in i.igm.)- jjKnuiii'.. eigiuy-seven muini trues uic
fourth street and Daihy Cieek late lust new lequlicd.
night, escaped atliv u chase b mounted --
policemen, who ,,,e thought te Imxej NEW POSTMISTRESS IS ILL
wounded one el the men.
Mounted Policemen Ciivauuugh and
Walctew. of lb" Sixtj-fifth and Weed- Fert Washington's Off.ce Is Tempo Tempe
land iiMi.ue station, came upon the men I rarjly In Charge of Ex-Postmaster
11:.",0 1'. ,xi. uiej imimiimi.... ,,.,., AVnsl.iii'ten's new pe.-imaslei.
her lied
She as.
I iirc-u it. inv.il. l.i.,,. i sumeci ner utincs insi xvecu.
Tie iiigiiixch i.ii.ci '""ic ' " l.i.ns Kittson, t ie former nesti
rifly-hcxeii'li and oetlund ineiiui. . . fe(, (ml.p lu Mlh ,lM.
Lee's jeiini cliean. icccixed n
i'lll In Camden xchteiclay. when
Wh
...el
Nat
. ., ........ i... ......,-. ....... ----.aai (i- - - - ... 'hi iiiiniii.iaiiirt ii it xi iiii
I'liic. fifly-five '-ears old, a looming- inmned into auelher automobile anil ,, Vfr,n i ., ! ,.,iii(ineil te
house piopricter at 74!! Fleicncc stieet, drove off pumuecl by the efliccis, wlie .jj n Sl,v,.,,, nnvi of ilp.
Dicihc in upon nn iniimuic s(.Pm.- ee.
tweeii Ixatv lllsger. twenty-two jeai-c
old, one of his IecIkcis, anil a seutie
men who wiit. sltllii.-' en her Ian.
"Win. I de jeu wautV" luiuiied the
laclx coldly.
"I want thai Me slop," announced
Mr. Wine, "I wen l have sin It c-uiij-lug
en in my house."
The one outstanding fait lu Ihe eon- n
fusion that follewed.-'iicc-oidlns te Miss'
nigger own statement this morning
befeie Iteceidcr Stackhouse. is that
ererj time the intruder tiled te say
snjthlng subsequently she "rave him a
(inik en the jaw
estuiuster.
:;- ah-
wheie It was found bj I lie police. hme nml n uttend te the duties of
marked with bullei holes and will, one ,i,e efficp , s,P has recovered,
lint the. Tlie men cm aped. I ellcc
lie'leic fiem an exiiuiiuaueu ei ..a- ecu,
that one of its occupants was weuuutcL
FINE FRAMING
Etchings Prints
Water Celers Painting
UE ROSENBACB GALLERIES
ISiu XVnlnut Ktrret
THIS WEEK tLOSES
OUR WONDERFUL
OFFER OF
2
Electrical House
hold Appliance
for the price of
1
Price
$135
Whirlpool
Dish
Washer
Saving
$165
Rainbow
Clethes
Washe;
$135 S
Rer.
ICC
S165?,?;.
laiMiragEw
Until inuthlnta
clllxril unci
cl r niciiistrntecl
In jour linnie.
(iiiicianlrril for
1 ,-irur S135
I
I
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( A?' fir H
J. F. BUCHANAN & CO.
i'lienp Siprure B.I 10
1715 Chestnut Street
My, my, my, hew the
high-price custom tailor's
label can pinch !
Why, why, why doesn't
he try our Rogers Peet
clothes?
Ne finer fabrics !
Ne better tailoring!
And the fit he sees before
he orders instead of after !
Spring styles' new ready.
i FERRO & COMPANY
Rogers Pect Clethes
at Juniper
iBBiriTriifc LfiH
'EliteJl
Hew long
have we been
making phe-
When lhln's calmed down Mls llig. . tO-engraVingS!
Oh, gee! Seme of us
ici't- c-iiller had clepartecl. anil her hett
:h in a badly damaseii conu.tien.
Mie xvas permitted te turnlsli her , u. n1.-i1
own ban ic. await the it.-iien .f tin-, here hate te acknewi
tiiniul .lm,x.
PENiM WILL START DRIVE
FOR $10,000,000 FUND
Dr. Pennlman Says Campaign Will
Net Wait en General Weed
Till- iiri'iiiiwnliiin ' nf tin. Sill. I.') I. (Mill
"ndnunient rampuiKU of ihe I nlxci-ity Jh
of I'euns.xlMii.ia will mil await upon ' Jp
me i liming of (Jcneral Leenard Weed
te liis new iest, but will proceed im
infdiiiielj , Acting I'rcivexl IVnni.ni.n
told the .Marjland Club of the i nivei
h.v ln-t nlRlit iu linltiiueic.
Dr. IVuuimiin wild the tru-icc. Ii.nl
(ei.uiiixsinniil him in form a commit- I
tee f erganixinR the inachinci-y of the
arw;,Blt ( is pluniiccl t Iium- a
cc-titral eflice of the endowment commit
tee in the lTnivcislty. which will e
tiiblixli c-entact xlth ihe alumni alumni alumni
tliroiiglieut the ceiuitrx.
Ur. I'enuimuu told the lllll alumn
t last iiIkIii'm iiflair that icperts of
oveictevvirlns in ihe rnlm-diy weic
iintiun. with ihe ex-centien of ihe
Inn tun Scheel and the Scheel ef1
l.'liicutien.
MlIRi; (iltll'l'INfi SHORT SIOIIIKS
Mm in nf lne, aihcniitrn nml myatery
"Ml ur .icllen unit tlirlMIng Kltuallnim appear
'' M.mlns. In I he Jlasilnc Strtlei. nf
'arli (.inirta. !, Puhile l.e(lKc.r. De sure In
r;l 'The. ,rn Wllle.." liv Kreclerlclc Inlnui
cjn'l'rwiii unit "llulllnii of Hpaln." bj' .MerKH.i
Joiiiiaen, in tlm .Mrcli I!! Issue of the Sunday
Cublic l.eiler lei.
edge hew long.
i The Chetnut Street
ENCRaKINGCp.!n
,702 CrIETNUrtPEET
Portable
Hurdlle Fence
made of split cliebtnut timber
l.nicliMilly unswciH eery purpose '
V'1 l-'arius, Ceuntiy I'lnces unci .
I.Hcsteck llreecllnif Katabllsli
"'eiits, tH rutfirecl, lUHtlu appeal t
"'" bIch the effect of nu I-IiibIIhIi
ti'iiutry Katate.
.X'H'l ur (fciriuilki' Uevl.lil
SAMU"Kh II. TKNDLKIt
Ull l.unU lllle IlldcPUte... I
THE NEW HOMERIC
Largest twin-screw
steamer in the world
ARE you planning a
l European trip this
spring? Boek new for
the new Homeric se
' that you may have the
distinction of crossing
en one of the world's
greatest and most lux
urieus ships.
Sailing from Nctf Ym
MARCH 25
WHITE STAR LINE
ammucamIiwi unfmljg.
DO !
1U Walnut SI.. I'hila
m m f,ew yftK x sill
.-. . ' '..',' m -- -r A w, - . II
mfM FOREMEN I
ST CSTr: JSJ' W LYiPJ '"i' - RTJ
ilL- ' J II $"TO(W 1
1 46 1
m $k RICE CONSIDERED. QUALITY Effil
um ILSJSD STYLE CONSIDERED, NAME WW
g AND REPUTATION CONSIDERED Kttgj
Jrii THE BEST HAT BUY IN AMERICA M
1 MI(dMtlMi?ANY 1
h KTsV luremvuTfr c .. nrvuixrn j
tvj L-nceiiui or. av u kj r if lutt e.jI
' al L . i ' Ji
tz-m0a jj-z?
The "1900" CATARACT
They Say, "My Waih Is Fint en Ihe Line''
Why? Because my "1900" Cataract
xvashca mere clothes ut a time. A small
washer i. always slew! But the real
snencl is lipcati.se the cxclusix-c "1900"
DOUBLK OSCILLATION
Keeps all the clothe in con cen
Htmil motion, xvashin them
quicker and mere thoroughly.
I'hene Diamond CIB0O for Immrdliite tcrTlc r
bciekltt. Vrry euity najmfnt.
EMERY & SONS, 1304 Diamond St.
Man at Table
"Sure, we're here early.
We came down in Jehn's
Moen. That car never
fails. -Yeu better move
out our way or get your
self a Moen."
Prices (F.
Open Cars, $178.i
O. R. Factory)
: Closed Cars, S278S
2H
Moter Cars
The car of ihe ten proven units
MACKIN MOTORS, Inc.
855 North Bread Street
New Scotch Tweeds
Frem Galaschiels
Built te Measure
$
55
They come from Sir Charles Sykes &
Sens, Ltd.. te join the famous English fabrics
(including Clays) which we are new build
ing for gentlemen at the above figure,
although in the average first-class tailoring
shop a much greater figure would be asked.
We would be mighty glad te have you
come in and examine these Fabrics. They
are ideal for tailoring purposes.
WILLIAM H. WANAMAKER
1217-19 Chestnut Street
-$43.
Hew long has it been
since $28, $33 or $43
would buy a fine
quality suit or over
coat? Net for eight
years at least!
Last year the sepa
rate trousers we're
selling new for $3.75,
$5.00 and $6.00 were
nearly double the
price. Maybe that's
the reason our trou treu
ser department is se
busy. Fine cassimere
and worsted in plain'
colors and geed suit
ing patterns.
Of Course You'll Need
a Spring Topcoat! ,
Just come and see (he
remarkable diversity of
styles and patterns we've
assembled en our Second
Fleer. Tweeds, home heme
spuns, herringbones, per
fectly matched over ever
plaids, knitted fabrics,
gafcardiries and colorful
coverts. Most of them
cravanetted, making
them "double service"
coats in every sense of
the words.
An importation of Enjr-' ,
lish coats just in. Made
of British fabrics in
England expressly for
us.
We can't make it loe
plain that these Sprint;
Overcoats are worth
coming a thousand, 4
miles te see.
, Beautiful greeny, grays,
browns and plenty of
' dark conservative colors
and styles. There's a
coat here te exactly fit
in with the wants of
' everv overcoat taste.
Yeu don't need te take
that with a grain of salt,
either, for the goods are
here te "prove up" every
word we say about
them.
And the prices! They
could easilv have been
marked higher and
would still have been
'way under the prices
Items asked elsewhere.
Perry & Ce.
16th and Chestnut
SUPER - VALUE
in Clethes for Men
J1 he Spring Medels Are
Fine
J There is a decided sense et satisfaction in making
purchases here because you are assured that what
ever you buy is in correct tyle ami net subject te
criticism.
jj We ti tu be .i little ahead et competition in uiticjcluuiiK new
tiling, but thex hum be neht lrein a tle standpoint (we
uen't handle tieakisli-lenUnn clethtN impl because thrj aie
ditteient). and se people hae confidence m what we offer.
J Keep posted en-the ceuect nlc in die watch our window s
or hettci Mill, come In and leek at t lit- clothe". we won't pcMri
eii te bin .
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epeciall attractne ahie at S-10 and S4-
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