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jV pjraji. X H? l I ' IV- V, vr r .V A. 4- '. i t I- h. u I'U s Ir. hf fJ' ; w Vt ks 5; ts i?A 4i ill . j. A Wl vsi nor Wi 3K mux Za' " . :S 275.000 H. P. SPOONOFWATER ,MDr. Asten Warns of Danger in Controlling Power in "Angry Atoms" IIUNTOLAST10BILLIONYRS. f. V.Vl, t ... . m xne win win very nicely itcep ourn eurn g'JStnr lO.OOO.OOO.OfiO venrs. It will If n jt&Vt " theory Adduced by Dr. P. R. Asten, lfl ft seuuw "i xriniiy veim'kc, milium uim-. JRnginnd, Is correct. He explained the theory nt the Frnnklln Institute, yev terdny In the last of Ave lectures en "Atomic Weights nnd Isotopes." Accerdlne te this theory, mankind may be supplied with llmltlcw power lj(vi hd hent If some one Invents rt machine w trunu miu u muiui nimi u itiuuiu m liv.lenf.en llmf tMeir lin fArtm-eil wlfll a. i .. .. 11 ......... -4m.. EAKSfrni 4.000.000 te 0.000.000 volts of 9 "' ..-...- tTtlaif Inttir ns ti-tintnfnn lu frii-vAili-ir f (in fa " ter through their hltie and cause the v fcnriien. The scientific Importance of the , theory Is thnt It brines Inte unison for !vthe first time in history the two elcnces of ecology and physics. In the past virtually nil criticism of scion- tlfie work Iiiin lieen linwd en flic eon- Ify . flllf nf flirt tlienrlea evnlvnil lir fellow. if rs of these schools. The conflict rnme In the effort te reconcile theories ns te the nee of the l enrth. Ah the lecturer nut it Tester- dny, geolesj' needed n hundred million 3 cars or se in order te account for various phenomena found within Us field. But physics made this age 1m- ' possible by t-hewlng that no known ' nentinir clement rnulil nnsillilv linve V rt lasted se long, basing Its contention s en tnc Known present rate of exhnus r tien of tlie.se elements. , Hydrogen transforming Itself or , Being transformed Inte helium Ii new "Tint forth ns thb mluhlne Hnb. Aeinnl. Ing te Ur. Asteti it is new possible te , account In positive physies for almost , ny age for the earth that geology de mands, because of the extraerdinarv "energy crcnted by the destruction of tl Te put the. discovery Inte everyday , (liar,1, ui ujuruKl'I! terms, it nas oeen shown Dy the masi epectegrnph expsriments that there s neugh hydres , a spoonful of water te produce electrical encr; hydrogen lnt zy. merllybv turSthel !-?.'., cre.-llahtly nmbuMicdby e helium. Tiat encrev Is I"'".1""' "le ' """, .','" '""'' x roughly equlv Bewer. nlpnt ( n-r. nfirt u, picture just noevc mm i ne por per alent te -,..,000 horse- ., '. , 0 ,no thnt ,P( t0 A warning against tinkering with the angry atoms, was sounded by Dr. Asten ' after he had announced the foregoing facts. He, made It clear that the preb- Jem of controlling that extraordinary I energy will be even mere difficult thitn ( ' the work connected with Its discovery. - - NEWMAN CLUB IS HOST TO VISITING STUDENTS v a .Catholic Club Membera of Ten Cel- ' - leges Guests of Penn Society ;m The Newman Club of the University ni-t l'ennsylvnnla. at S74.T Spruce street. ' 1 entertaining Catholic students from yten non-Catholic colleges and universl- 'itles of the Pcnnslvanla province of the e Federation of College Catholic Club" ifer a three-day conference that opened - - yceitruuy nun will uhiw iiMiiurruu. This morning the delegates will tour 'iJtthe city and this afternoon there will be 1 a business meeting, at which Dr. David wi'II. Gibsen, of Hosten, president of the f federation, will speau. Hemer It. Sul .llvan. nresident of the IVnnsylvunln $ province, will preside. Anether speaker will he professor David A. Jlei nhe ,7y,?t Princeton, vice president of the Jirevince, ''"'Tlie Kncyelicnl of Pens Pius X. "On the Teaching of Christian Doctrine te 41..S Q,,lnnu nt Vin .Cn flinl In Tnellfii. V'tlens Throughout the World." will be dlsctissci by tlie llev. Jehn . Keogh. chaplan general of the federation nnd i .chaplain of the Pennslvanla province The delegates end students will re ceive Hely Communion ln n budv at the 8 :15 o'clock ma-H at St. Iledc's e Chapel tomorrow morning. Vnlvcrsl Titles nnd colleges represented nre1 ,-. Princeton. I.nfavette. Temiile, Hahne Ji mann. Philadelphia Dental, Jeffersen. W,Templn Medical. Weman's Medical. Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Pelrce. Ywterdny evening was given up te " , getting acquainted and reglBtrntlen. THE DAILY NOVELETTE . SOUR GRAPES By Martha McCulloch Williams v, T OVB is the law of my being, my ;JJ JLircal life, indeed." Miss Malt '' Jand sighed uncttieusly te I'ref. Grant lifting her eyes, then ini-tnntly drop- , j.plng them as though nbashed by such , approach te self-revelation. She wan, , by estate, n btilnster of uncertain ag thirty ia her own rose-lighted iiarler, something far be.vnnd tlmt in plain, 'unefjuivecnl tin light. My profession jj lien-lniiitlng was her Bpeclaltj. .Since no was mere titan ricn and 111 tne very forefront of clubdem, khe hed splendid ,6it chunces for her favorite pat-time. " But like Jehn (illpln's wife, nhe had m frugal mind. Other folic might ex travagantly dine and wme and make g" , house-guests of visiting celebrities the a.' town went in for culture up te Its el bows but she con tlneil her efleits te afternoon receptiens: they weie tee sf f.r elaborate te be clnsted as teas. if. l(T f Since 8he had her pick of the liens the "'' .receptions were net tee many, three it most in n muheu, uut tney gave ner 11I.ai. ,. I.,, nn.nt,. tl.nun n,A.nnl ...l.i.n- &;:. ' ...- ..ii,.i.., .,. .. ..1, i,,...-i 1,, r$K' ttt( Other houses. Her guest list was highly ff- ' catholic; being a highbrow reformer te .tne Dene, sue mime n point 01 nugin ln new mid usaiii borne 0110 of her tradespcep'.t milliner, eattier. florist, wliatnut and showed them 11 line high courtesy that made the new -rich btarc. She belonged, jeu fec, te the heldeih of unearned increment there were three feneratiens between htr nnd thu ni. cchtral blaikMnitli whose shop had grown up into a big plow factory. Of fni,r.it tin, f.ilK' win, kowtowed te her ) - wiw in thebe casual guests pi oef of her ainceru demeiSuey, her excellent heart no less, Mut there weie enptieus ones who biiecred that she had morn sub- i. 1.I..1 . ... il.,. .,,.,1, it.cl, .,,,,. J V. y UIIUIII1 reueuiie , lilill. niiv-u ,u I vtinw.. tV's. lflr were mild for in discounts nnd special :. nrivileges. Mut they weie nothing com- IjIW.i'pnred te thu unbelieving imiltituilt. SSi Which wns went te say of her favorite tyrt' v piaiiiiuie, i.evc 13 me law ui mj tiY,,9elng," that it was gospel truth, since t'Wi la JlaltiaiKi levcu nouetiy uut nerseii, iffifr"IIer money, of course, being impeibeuui, 3?&i ranked above liuniunity. WSic, Onli""Pl ten jearn irn at least, ami iWTVfc without In oilier (ir fihtiT. hhu lived W-tii lene n n Rritml, ratlier K'oeiuy lieuhf, B' 4. t f lii n v lile vim) nt the hili nf (111, WW avenue the tevvii'M lini"'t htici't. Kle H Mth Caiuureii. her ceui-lu coiiinaiileii, of Bia?ji'Wurie UIU net count. . mnnii, meusey, fr'iWV'fclthful iwrsen, lHcltlng ether Hheltcr, " VwjUh barely cueusU iueonie Je clothe I ."'' artiHIv n,l neither trelnlnz ity ,for work, she jtei ' jWlllini and graceful ' JiarMU Jeyeutly at aa IPPSffiBP Mjr In the ether woman's service. She get In return n net unkindly tolerance, many half-worn garments and a fceit of moonlight social position. Cousin Anna was glad te have El pcth included In Invitations, but adroit in se arranging things thnt they could rarely be accepted. Elspeth, you see, was llke the paying guests with a difference, that she paid as sign manunl of Miss Maitland's philanthropy. This, tn nilillllnn in helnc secretary. SClim streps: in extraordinary, errand girl, mnid and overseer of the servants, was no bad return. Ulsncth's 'heart sank sometimes nt thought of her future If Cousin Annn should marry. Hut she bravely masked her tremors nnd made the small jests as te wooers her benefactress purred under. Miss Mnltland had truly Imd beaux n-plenty but for the most part they had cWdcntly been captives te her rent roll and bank account rather than her charms. Detplte n hawkish nose and tight, tliln-llpped mouth, slie was net Hi looking In full regalia. Stately things sufteil her almost Oriental darkness m did the glow nnd flash of Jewels, nnd tlie seftenings or rich tur. Alse I...- ",Vlllt. background set off all these things. Se, If I. n( utrntiirn ulm lmil rntlinr taken A 1S , ?. i "tr,ul(!,e Wie linu railltr "'" lilt" visiung pruiisur uy niuiiu iu "' talllsh. lean and eoed-tcmncrcd, n wld ewer of long standing, nnd verging new upon forty-five the perilous yenrs of Indiscretion for the male of the spo spe clcs. rilnnlng thence te the coffin lid. Likewise he had impressed MIsa Mnltland. She was n-wenry of single life, of queening It In her provincial environment. The atmosphere of n big college appealed strongly te her Imag ination. Se she had given her intend ing suitor glance for glance, sigh for fclgh, nnd was fully persuaded te ac cept him when next he came te town n matter still Indefmlte In date, but sure te happen. The two of them made a fine, stntely pair In the dlnfng room. It was richly furnished dark carvlnr;, rare rugs, much burnisiicd silver and gleaming glnvs, te Miy nothing of a fine antique mantel nnd really creditable pictures Hung sparely nnnrc tne wainscot. Just new it was nt Its best candle-lit with n long table running cat-a-terneied, and nil tee crowded with rates of the beat. It was decorated with ft tilt the centerpiece a mound of hot house gropes, gleaming, translucent, f puque line, In the cress. lights. Somehow the grapes fascinated Orant. Ne huil eaten a hasty, very greasy luncheon after the -nernlng lectin e, washing it down with thirst-provoking liquids and punctuated the drinking with eliws. .Se, when the hostess excused herself nt some urccnt beckoning, he set down the heaping pinto which hed been thrust Inte his hands, plucked a 1 npe. ate It with such MtWnctery i; v "' , "" """., I ' t, . Hvlpus of staring ejes al about I'res- r'":, ''" Vrrrsl , 2 open the butler's pantry, where worn all the tpseivc cilibles. Voices came through it. lushed but distinct. One was a grewly bass, the ether a piping tieble, almost a wlilne, Tlie bii"s voice i-ald e!canlcall : "Yeu tell her she's get te idj ; I'm clenn find of all thi" fhce nunlgnn. Them grapes is wuth all of twenty-f-i-v-e dollars! Yeu henr nie! l'nless she docs pay right off the reel she'll be a sorry woman." "Mr. Jacksen, hew can you ! With Cousin Anna se geed te you giving jeu all her business; and jeu knew that brings you a let mere," from the treble. "And I de It nt a les hern, I mean; 10 per tent off wholesale Mie will insist en and renting my best frultses fer show-oft. Tcllln' me the honor beln here is se much. T.erd the makes me i-lcll mill nil It stands me lu is uelir lntichcil nt by the rest here. They knew old Dick .Taeksen ain't no social ornament ; nlse nnd finder (hut Mi's Ann Miilthind's ns cle-e as as the hark te n tree. New, hem's the word with the bark en It: I'll be paid fer the dee-vnfdiitlens of thnt fellow with the one-eyed spec tacles, else heat out the truth te every body that comes Inside 'the bhep to morrow." "Nobody could hnve eaten all these beau-tl-ful grnpcR The bass crew led I" ,,!.,.. ,ln,l ll, (vl,l linck: ".Ne, Oiic K.ve couldn't 11 hilt the full of 'cm but with his plckln' anil fhoein' he split every bunch I pet proof my bend waiter seen him and leek notice. Tell that ter jer Cousin Ann. Me, I'm through." Heavy footsteps followed, with n cheius of soft sobbing. I'ref. (Jrnnt slipped outside te see a slim, small rrcnturc in n soft blue frock, her face bin led lu her hands, tears ruliilut: through her lingers, drooping ever 11 huge plotter of salnd nnd shaking plte uisly. Somehow he found cutinige te take nwny the handx, lock into drenched hlnte-blue eye- and wy IHiirb tllllt dried the tenrn ill tllPlll. 1 iw- ceiintuuiy ne ie tne owner nt tium away te the living room. MI Malt land found them thete an hour later, Miilte oblivious of nil the rest of the world. When Prof. (Jrant brought his new wife te the college town she had never a jewel beyond her wedding ring and the simplest possible tintissenu. Alse blatc-blue eyes that laughed rather than wept, nnd they laughed whenever any body said, "Sour grapes." Cepuriaht. less KOVAL WKimiNC! PIIOTOfiltArilS A full pnt'p In leautifu rotogravure the flrst te app-'ur In any newspapw In America. shewltiK thu ll-st iihet, Krnphs of tlm miurluKH of Princess X!nr Klni; OeerKe'n niitv dauiehter. te Vlireunt La&ceilns. in nxt aundaj'3 Publle LedKcr. .lilu. 2Beat!)s nAI'nn March 10. l'22, nnr.THA. lie. loved wife of Auirust Iliuer (nee relkmuni, In her 2Sth ear ltelatlves ar.d frlendj are Invited te an nd funeral, Xlen , 1 1'. XI lit., residence ,He' N 11th st. lnt Norttivveil loin Itcmalns may be viewed Hun., aft.'r 7 IAL'i:rt Xfareh R. im.vr!A ,ir. (lei r.-e llauer. ltelatlves and friends In- vlted te funeral Xlen,. a P. M . 1118 Snvd V ave, Int. Northwood Cem. I'rlenda mav call Sun. eve. IIOIINTOCN. March 3, LOl'ISA. beloved wlfu of th late Nicholas licntiren a.d si Ilelatlves and friends nre invited te nttenl tuniral nrvlces Xlen., 1 .1(1 P XI. preclselv, at the parlors of J. K. Ilacknmn, UD7 XV Lehigh ave. Int. private, Uerman Lutheran tm jritOWN On Xlarch 10. 1022. JAXIHS husband of Jennie Diaivn ltelatlves and fr.ends, also Woodland Council. Ne 17U I () of A nnd Cji renters' Lecal t'nlen, Ne L07, of Chester, Pi., ale Invited ta the sen lies, en .Monday ufternoen at 2..10 o'c.eck, at his la.e residence, '.'010 MUllclc at. Inter ment private, 1ItOWN. Xlarch 0. 1022, ANNIK. widow of William II, Hi own uttj hi ltelatlves and friends are Invited te attend funeral services Xlen , 2 P XI at risldeni-e of daughter, Xtrs Sarah Knous, 3G10 N. 15th st Int. private. Leverlnmen Cem IirilTTLUIl .March 0. ALPItRD hus. band of Anna Uuettler Ilelatlvea uml friends nre Invltid te attend funeral, Tues, ij jij A XL, late residence, 132U H. Paxson st. solemn rcuulcm m.isj, Church of the .Most lllessed Sacruir.unl 10 A. XI, Int. Ht. bents' CALVlini.r.Y. On Xlarch 8, 1022. XIAIt OAHllT 11 CALVnitl.liY. widow of UenJ 3. Calvcrley ltelatlves and filend'j linlied te funeral cervices, en riaturdiy ntternoen lit I e clock at lale nsldence 2430 W Turner st. Interment Hllisld,, Cemetery, Friends may cill Prlday everiins, 8 te 10 o'clock, CASSIDY .March li, THUMAa J , ren uf Themas and Xlarsnret Cassldy IttlitUes and friends, n.su Veterans of l'urelcn Wars, .llnln inranirv .e, u, vvuiierii nn i trie i lid Ward it puunc in i iuu I'hllail Iphli luarlelte inviuu tu lunerai uerv ies cm Monday. 0 A XI. at til tl XV Aubuin st JUqul. in mass 10 A. XI. at Ht lMivard's nut' ii CHAIIWICK March R, RATIIARINR M (IIADVIL K unusnier 01 tn le late William snd .lary nirrew ii'M.iuve. anu minus nre Invited te attend run ral, .Mnn gl.'iu A, M , from her iaH residence, ss-Jl Carpenter H. Helemn rcnuiem mass .St. t'harles' Church 10 A. M Int. NeiV C.ithcdral Cum. COMna. At rtlverten. N. J., en March 9. 1022, CAKOLINIS B.. daughter of the lata I Themas E. nnd Jemima C. Combs, H.rvlcs Bat., 8 P. M. Int. private. DON, On Mart 9. IMI. ANNA 'JmAMCiSB. widow ct CbDdes. 4 '"PUBLIC; EVENING PKATHB ns yean, Relatives nnd friends s,r Invited te the services, en Monday afternoon, nt S .10 o'e'eck, at her 1st reildcnce, 17117 Monre nt, Interm'nt at Fernwood Cemetery. CHANR, .March 10, 1922. AUGUSTA A.. wlre of Hebf rt v. Crane, , nred 76. Ilela-tHi-.i and friend are Invited te funeral, Men., 'i V. M., reildence. 1402 . Slet at. lnt private. bARRAH March 10. 1022, EMZADHTH W. .DARHAH. widow of 11. Hendersen Dar rnh, ltelatle and friends nre Invited te funeral eprlces, from her lute realdence, Hnrtvllle, IV, Men., 2 P. M. Autea will meet trelky at llatbore leavlnc Willow Oreve at 1 P. M. DINtlWAI.I.. March 7. .1032, DAVID. huehnnd of Mary Dlnitwnlt (nee Crlllyl. ltelntlvca nnd frlrndu, efflcera of the Third l'oilce district, nre Invited te attend funernl, .Men., 8 A, M.. from his late residence. 2(7 I f.nnccv st. M,im of requiem nt Ht. JeMfh'e Church 0:30 A, M. Int. New 1 I lrn i em DOWIII.I,. March S. WlI.T.IAXr, be Imecl husband of Mary Ann Deupll. Itela JUcii and friends alee tiie Amnlaamated Mm Onernters, Urnnch Sn. 1. and Forrest Ferrest era Qunker City Ne. 17, nre Invited te attend the funeral, en Hat,, at 2 P. M.. at his late residence. I'Olu N. 17th at. Int. private. I)Ut KKY. At hr late reeldence, 1721 lilt- nor at . cathaiiink, wire or tne late wu. Il.im Duffy (nce Heran). Netice of funeral DtanU March t, rnHDEIltCK, husband of Anna Pusel, aKed -12 tears. Ttelatlven and friends, also Court JcKlew 1', of A.! lunari iriric. u. Jt. .!.; euiuiQe . or i'. T. (Allegheny nve barn), Inilted te funeral. Men.. s:30 A. M.. .M47' N sem at. "n rciiulem miss Most Precious Weed Church le A. M. Int. Hely Sepulchre Cem.' DYint. M-irch 0, 1H23. UI.MUR H. m rtl runeMI scrvires .Men., 'J 1 .M. precisely, at his late residence, 4C0 Green lune, l'nxtHiretiirh Int. private, DY.SON, March , AIIUA.M I.,., husband of Mary 1. Djsen Itelatlves nnd friends are linked te attend funeral services. Men,, 2 P. M., late resld-nce, 2118 ifellmore uve. Int. North Cedar Hill Ccm. Trlcndu muy call Hun. eve, nnu.s. At Sea Hreeze, Fla., March 8, 11122 WAI.TUK O., husband of M-llle i:ells IlentUes and friends, also Wnshlntten I.edise. Ne B0. K. and A M.: Harmony ClMPter. Ne. B2 n, A. C.i Mary Cem. mandcry. Ne. 80. K. T.: Lu Lu Teme'c. A A e. N M. 8.. and empleyes of frank hcholile A Ce. arc liulted te the erlc Tuee.. 3 P. M., at the Oliver II, Hair Hide., 1820 Chestnut at. l'hlla. Int. private. i:C10 March 0 PATKICK. husband of Mary llire (nee Allnrd). Due notice et tlm funeral will be Klven. . , , KNUI.D. March 0. DAVID K.. husband of the Inte Jennie 8. Knitle. IlelatUes and fel.H.i. ...t... . . sitntnt ltd ran It. In. ;it,.,i ln funeral Men.. s 30 A. M.. resi- nnnre. zu H. enmne nt. uequiem nihh iiwa Church of the Epiphany 10 A. M. preclseiy. In, ' ,,...,.., ,'. rAjctiuit. March v. siaueahjji, who of William rarmer. JtelntUes end friends arc InUted te attend funeral. Tues.. h JO A M.. from her lulu residence COlO Mag Mag eolia ave., aennantewn, Helcmn insert or ri'euiem rt Immaculate Condition church 10 A. M Int. Hely Sepulehie Cem, riSIIKR Mnrch . W22, HAHAIt K., wld )v of William H. Klsher. atted 7l. II a fives, and friends are InWtcd te attend fu fu ner.il, .Men . a P. M.. from her son a ren dence, rrnnlrtln Fisher. MAT Oak'.ey at.. Laundsle. l'hlla. Int. Oakland cem. ri.ANNKlAN. March t. J1.UITIN. hus bind et Delia Hannlcan (ne.. Oillather) llelnthes and friends, nlsj Hely Name So ciety, 1, e. O M., Ne. 5-1: Court Pelham. !' of A., and empleyes of Mldv-ile <.l Works. Invited te funeral, Men . U.sn A. M . from his late residence, HS1 K. eidlawn ave. Uermantenn. Solemn mass of re iiulem at Immaculate Conception Church 11 A M. int. Hely Sepulchre rem. I"I (A NIC LIN Suddenly. March S. 1(122. JOHN, hutUmd of Cecelln Frnnklln. Ilela lives and friends, also Court WnsMnqten, Ne. O'l I'. nf A and Hely Name ScK'Icty, Invited te funeral, Men.. S A. M.. frm his Htc rcsldnce, 010 Monmouth St.. C.luuevster, V J Solemn requiem mw nt St Mat a Chlire', e M. lnt .U St. Jt.-rVs Cem rHIIDnitlCKS. March 8. AllItAM V . hiialmn.l nt liimt.ifl W ., ml nn nt ()1IW nnd the Inte Ahram t redericKs. Heunves nn.l rrlnmlu Invifivl tn funer.it. Snt.. 2 i) V. M resldence. 023 Wolf at. Int. Tern Tern weed Cem. I HUMI Til. Marcn lu, iii;.nih l.-., nus banl of Careline rremuth. l'uneral services Men , 2 30 1 M . at his late residence, Churchvll'e Pa Int. private. Tr.iln for Churchvllle leives Ileadlni: Terminal 1:2J OAI.I.i:N. On Mirch 0.1022. CATItr.niNn CIALLUN. ised 73. nelntlvcs and friends Invited te funeral en Merdnv. nt 8 A, M. telilence. I'enn St., Cliften HelRhts. Solemn requiem iiuii tt. cnarie a cnurcn, iu j, .11. Interment St. Charlu'a Ccmeierj. Ne con cen vejanres. OAI.I.nN Mrrh 0. DANIEL, husband of A Ice Oillen (nee Sweeney). I'.elitlves nnd friends. Helv Name Society. Invite I te funeral Men., S 30 A. M.. residence. 1S.1B S, St. lWnnrd st. Smemn rcnulem mass St. I'mncls He Sales Church 10 A. M. Int. Hely Crets ("em GOALDUIl March 10. IDA J. GOALDHn (n- Trte). widow of W. W Oenlder. Holu Helu fives nnd friends Invited te nervjees en Tues iliv, 2 V. M.. nt Ssr,l r.ilrmeunt ave. ln- tt rint Vflmuflnil fTemeterv. nnteiM, Mm, tdMnlv. t Lleh I", j y 111 1 11 ,, ..,. I...M nt . ,,a I'h.rlM "nl Mnrlhn Tm.iI 1 :, cup Htrvlces Sun.. 2 V. M.. 1024 Arch ' '"v. rr'" " nn&l wl.lnlv Mnreh 7. CHARLES. hustinnil rf the late Timlin Qrnu (t.eu Kei! mcxr). fernitrly of 2i.lfl N. Rth St.. niteil nre Invited tu ntier.u lunerai, -ion , e ,m A. M.. late residence. r.3!S Deven st , Oer rnntnwn. Solemn hlsli ree.ul-m mnss Ini m.ieulnte Cencepilnn Church II) A, M lnt II i "epnlehre Cem (RUUAN. Mnrih 0 MARY A., dnuehter of the latii Jehn and -nrih ilru'jnn He a tnH and friends Invited te furieinl, Men.. S 30 A. M. from the le-ddencc of lu-r lirnther Jehn Orunn. 3H2S tl-avs I errv mad S"limn rcuuletn inns',. St Cabrlel a Church 10 A. M. Int. llrlv Cress Cm liCY. On March 1(1 ClIARLOTTII OUY, mntlwr of Alice fiuy-AHInt .-e-vlenii nri M nday. at .'I I'. M . at inrlers of Oliver II. Ilalr lvjii Chestnut st. InKrnvnt private. H.VINKS On March 9 ll).,., CLARHNl r. It . son of Sarah Haines. Relatives and friends nie Invite I in funeral en Meml.iv, M irch 13, ht 2 1 M from his mother's residence, 1010 S, Uttlnc st Int. National ("en eteiy tl...ll nv n .iiufii i' !-- j,.i.,.i e iiiwni'pv tiuUilin. ,.n,i irinu,, nU.i ......:... rx .. w , .,.. Anrnn. V '..'..., t r.i.Cn Vf. 71 t1 nn.l a ! .,.,'... i. .. . r.v...t- v., ,ii . lnhn . x . . ! T n.., A..r,i.u rf i omiiiiinuery.. ;..,.. ;". '',".'.' '..'r.7S,n Wv", ', ".".'LViA'ri .' s" iV" kV n .'.n. tleld vriiiH 110th nnd ."irln.t Harden Ms Vrieniin mil Sunday evenlns. H te 0. Inter ! KY sAw, of l0, jiijwairt. ltelatlves and friends In - v 11,1 te attend funernl services. Xfen . 2 1 XI. resldinc". 2347 N 31 st. Int. private. Up." i(n viewed Sun. vy HAZLV.TT. Xlarch 11 SXHnL. husband nf It, t,e. llazlett (nee (Irnlnm) and snn of Siniui.1 fl and Elizabeth Hiulett, ancil 31 vears. iu.ln.tlv.es and frlind. also eniplees "f M. L. .iher miller Ce lnvit,l le fumral services en Tuesday 2 P. XL, t hla iinrents1 residence, ,2040 K Pickwick st Interment private, North Cedir Hill Ccnic terv View ins Xlend.iy evenlmr II AZLUTT. Xlarch 10 lU'SSni.L .. snn of A. II. and Kutherlne llalett. S40I .V 10th St. Services and Int. private. 1'rlendj miv call un afternnen. HINKLU On Manh 10. 1022, ANNIi: i: , widow of hiimunl H. Hinkle Relative mil friends are Invited te tha ser.lceti, in Sunday afternoon nt 4 o'clock it the resi dent e of hr daughter XIis Ilerthi Saunders r.0.13 it vine st Interment at Harrlsl.uri,- Pi nn Tlleday. 2 P XI miiH-M .VN' On Xlarch 0. 102. 1MITT.TU r . Iiimli.iri.l of the late Xlartrirct Hoffmann Helatlws and fr.ends are tnvl oil te the serv ices, en Xlend.iy afternoon r.t 2 n'clei U. nt Ills late residence 2020 Pepler t Inter ment private Friends mni ca 1 Sunday evo eve nlntr I'em S te 10 o'clerk, JIDOD At Atlantic City, N J. Thl-1 Xli'nth IHh, 10.'2 MAKY KLLA lloen lielntlves and friends Invited t.i f, rv I, s, seventh-div 3 P M, at rrl"nds Xlealii; Heuse Seuth Carolina nnd !ii Ifle avs , llantlc City Ale) eervics l'rst-d- 2 l f nt H.ulsburv Xleetlnrr II use ( hrtsli. una' Ii. Train leavei Ilrenl St, fctatiun it 12 21 I M. Int. at inn, ! ' IIL'.SEY At the home of fatherlne w, '""P". Third Xlenth 11th HAXII UI. II III, I SLY In his TOIh.year. RiUtlves at d fii n Is i Invited le f un ral at ineniis jtectlnu Hjih' 1 aiiainiuen ia. en nun ..n.iuu i ini u P XI Train leaves llread St M.i. for Xlorrlsvllle at 12.03. Cenveyances te l'allj- '""KiaTff'lI. Xlarch in r.VA. widow of Hdward XV Keltsch Hue notice from her late residence, it02 Sprlnu ave , Neble Pa KIINT tndd nly. at I'lavment Hel. n-y Thurs.. Xlarch II. 122. CHAni.r.S I . n,n f lite Dmlel II. and XI Chi'.ih Kent, runeial services at "UoeiwiLii," Clajment Ii, 1 m pi Hi) o'clock. Xtendav inurnlnir, Minh 1.1 Intirment prlvnte KII.LIDN March 10 JO.'J THOMAS II. vir.T.irw. husband of XIait'aret Killlen (n,ie rierrltj) ltelatlves and f 1 1 nd ,ilse the Veterans of the l'hlla uml IK adincr Hallway it.d all serl.' s or wnicn n wis n mem - her Ir.vltid tu funeral en Tuesd-iv sin A m Z hi, lutu residence J0O7 I'.inlnr ', SnKrnn hi rh mass nf requiem at rhun li of the uesu at in a, m iiuermeni trnt.. i.mjj (meterv. KINO Suddenly. Msrrh 10. NICIIOLAa O husband of the late Msry H Klnir tnee Herner), nweil fii Relatives and friends lire invited te attend funeral seniles Tues 1 I' M nricleelv, nt his late resldence. J120 N I'irfc rive lnt Thelten Hills Cem, KiriiH.NI.tl -iini' ' i, i ii v jv i. r. n KLVTTKA KlItniNnil ltelatlves and frl nds are lnviud tn attend funeral, Rat , v M r"sldsncn of brethr, "inn Huist ave lnt Mt Merlnh fern, VlevvltiB I'rl, eve KLOl'l. In Hlirlden l'l , m the 10th lull ADAM C, KI.OI'P. .med fll nelii tlvis and friends and all omanlitlens of which he vvps n inemher nre Invlled te ttmd the funeral without futther notice, from his late resldtnce at Hlt'ldsn. I'.i., en Tuisiliy. Manh U, nt a V. M. All ,.r. i... u nt the houve Intvrmcnt ln Tulne. lerk'ti flefermi'd Ceinelery, Knfii .Mirch ie. vxn rjinnuiiicii UtK If liuband of the late AhUall Kech (noe Shaercr) ltelatlves nd filends are in vi il te attend services Men . 8 30 I, M , it his lute residence 20f,0 i: SielU ave lnt Nlhky 1III1. Htthlehem, l'a., Tuej. after noon. LA NOCn. March 0. niANCna. wife of Hauatlne La Num. Ileli.tlies nnd friends are invited te nttend funeral, Tues , H.SU A. St., from husband's resldence. (1113 nidce ave,, Wlssahlcken. High mass Ht. Jehn's Church, Manayunk, ID A. U. Int. West minster vra funeril . il r " P U Wp' Ien e H c nn.l fVlerids alsbTest Ne. 2. U A. R., MVTriiemC"lc'i?n.iderVsePn idi As'. CurT.- rrnf0lS"l,"'mrtcUen,hrVffli btmX:JW& ?,.. 1'?.5! teiSL 10 '-sftv1 'f.,ennWunJt fS ,ll IIUIIII- .1 ,l.,,l,, ......,.w. ...;. .....-... DELLJL M-. wtf of Jimss U. LlttliWes. f.' LEDGEK-l'HiLApELHL; fkfiMk'''. ' ' ' ' DRATnn aged Til. Residence, 207 Watklns at, Serv ices and Int. at convenience of the family... IXmr.N. On March lu, l!U.', M.UH11I2, .. Imu is liil ft T.nrenv flnpllnna nn f rttl dav, nt 2 P, M.. at 1-117 N. lloblnsen at. Interment private. Vlewln Sunday evenltm LUIUMCR. Died In Glasgow. Scotland. Mn-rh s, 1022, after n brief Illness, IlUtlH KHNNKDV IXjm.MEn, of J, A n. Steven son. (llnsKOw, and the Wm. It, Lurlmer Sen'a Compare, Philadelphia, I.UTZ. March S. KLIKAnETH. wlfa of late Daniel It. Luti (nee; Pchnatt). Funeral, te which relatives and friends ara Invited, Mjn.. 8:.10 A. M., from residence of her aen. in-law, Jehn C. .Bowden. 2S.14 S. lTth at Pel mn mas of requiem Church of St. Menica te A. M.wecfsely. Int. private. . LYONS. March 0. DANIEL 3 huseand ef Catherine A. Lyens (nee Talev). at his residence RS2 N. Met st. Funeral will leave llreid Rt. Station. Men,. 7:2,1 A, M. train. Hlah muss Hely Cress Church, Dever, Del,, 10 A. M. Int. Hely Cress Ccm., Dever ltelatlves and friends invited ta attend, rrlends may call Sun. eve, at hie late rest- "'.MALONn. March 10. ANNA, widow of Themas Malene. Relatives and friends, also rnetrliers of the Altar Society, ere Invited te attend funeral, Men.. 8:30 A. M., from her Isle residence. ilUH N. Heward st. Solemn r-'aulem mass at St. Mlrhael'e Church 10 A M Int. Hely Sepulchre Cem. MAY. March 10, JACOI1. husband of rimma May. AKed fill. Relatives nnd friends nre Invited te attend funeral, Men,, 1:30 P. f , from his late residence. 2010 W. Alle gheny nve Int. Northwood Cem. Remains tnnv be Mewed Sun. eve. McCAnNUY. Mnrch 0, ANNIK M widow et Patrick J, McCarney (nee Kelly), ltela tlves end friends, also II. V. M, Sodality, nre Invited te attend funeral, Men., 8:30 A. M . late residence. 1441 N. 11th ft. Solemn reuulem mass St. Malachy'a Church 10 A. M. tnt private. Kindly emit ftewete. vlrCI.EVAM MniTh 10. 11122. ELLCN V. McCI.tl.MAN. Relatives nnd friends, also Annunciation U. V. Jl.Seunilty, nre in vited te attend funernl. Tues., 8.30 A. M,, rnm line Intn residence. 2340 H. WArneik at. Solemn hlith masa of requiem at the Church of the Epiphany 10 A, it. Int. New Cathedral Cem. MLONKOHY. March . TRRESA R. Mc- CONLOHY. Relatives and friends are In vited te attend funernl, Men.. 8-30 A. M , from the residence of her brother-in-law, Hllvvoed C. Linn. 6030 McCallum at.. Ger Ger mantewn. Hluh mass Church et St. Vincent de P ml 10 A M. Int. private. McCllACKEN. March 8. IUYMOND, husband of Mary McCracken (nee Cenlln) ni d ren et Dmnia F. nnd Inte William Mc cracken. Relitlvna and friends also Camp Ne 270. n O. S of A.i Fourth of Julv Ledge. Ne 100, K. of P.. nnd emplejes et Frnnklln Suaar Reflnlnc Ce., nre Invited te attend funeral. Men,, 2 P. M . residence, 2H24 S. lleechvvoed nt. Int. Arlington Cem Frlm.iM miy call Sun. eve. MrDOWIILL March U, JOHN, husband nf Marsiret McDowell. Funeral Men., 2 P. M . residence, 1841 n. Cornwall nt. Int. rwklnnd Remains may be viewed Sun., nfMcGOVnnN. March 0. MARY, wife of Rebert McClevcrn. Relatives nnd friends In vited te funeral services. Hat., 3:30 P. M litn residence. 2007 St. Allmtis at. Int. Mt. M rlnh Cem. Friends may call Frl,, 8 te 1 "mVkl'i: PFU Y. March THOMAS ,T., hufbjnd et late Francis D. McKeefery. Rela ting anil friends, also membera of P. It. I. Relief Asse. and I. O. O M Ne. fit. In vltcd tn funeral. Men.. S'30 A.M. from late residence. 10K3 S, G3d st. High mnss nt Church of the Most lllessed rl.icram.ent H A M lnt nt Hely Ci's Ccm. McKUOWN. March 0. 1022. ANNA A.. l,... .. ,.. ,...aa a ,IM,D(iwn In.n Crowley). Relatives and friends Invited te f fuiieriil Tues,. 8 30 A. M., into resilience, nam Dltmnn St.. Tnceny. . Solemn requiem tiitics nt St. Lee's Church 10 A. M. Int. St. Deminic's Cem. . . Mi 1 1'AIC Mirrh 0. 1022. DMMA C, be loved wne of Claiborne McPenk. Relatives nnd friends Invited te funernl. Men., 8 30 A. M from late residence, 29.14 Rhawn st , He'.mesburc. Requiem high mass and Int. nt St. Domlnle'B 10 A. M. Please emit flowers MI1NORRT. Dld nt 1 o'clock. March 11. RICHARD MENGUIIT. 320 W. Duvnl St.. aed HI vcars. Due notice of funeral later. -U.NKll. .Viarcn rilAMIS I... iwiihimi riusban'l nf Annn. W. Miner nntl eon of Mnry Ilusjlnirer nnd tne late unnrics .Miner, brimi 2'i. Re utlves anil filends nre Invited tu it it teml funeral. Men., S.II0 A M., from his Inte residence. 211!! E. Seltzer ht. solemn nlBh mafs at St. Ann's Church 10 A M. Int. Helv Redeemer Cem. MI'LLEN .March 10. 1022, Rev WIL LIAM II M 17LLEN. asteil 70 Relatives and frUiiils Invited tn funernl servlcis, nt 's lite residence. 1412 Lnudn St.. Min , 2:3J F. M I'reclsely. Int. Northwood Cem. NELSON In IIeI!uimii. I.es Anseien, Ci.lf , 011 Fehruiry 22 AMY nOllEUTA. lc lc levil wife nf Horitle Whlteway Nclsin. of Ardmore. l'a . and Illilev. EtiKlund. lntcr m"nt nt Anlmnre. strictly prlvnt". NEWnURRY. At the Covlnslen. en Mnrch N, 1SI2.'. LUCINDA C widow of M 'ten Nevvherry. M n late of WhIK marsh. and ilnushter of tlm late rrcnericK a. mar tin M. D. Relatives nnd friends are In- ted te the service. Sat.. 2 1". M.. at tnu Oliver H. Dalr Hide., 1820 Chestnut st. Int. PrNP'ULLE. Suddenly Mnrch 10, S. DE; LI LA widow of Theodere A. Nlcelle, audi Mi. Relatives and friends are Invited te nt tend funrnl. from Inte lesldcnce, J. L. llrmcliurst st.. C.tn.. Men.. 2 I'. M. Int. pri vate, lv Hill Cem. Friends may call Sun.. ' NICHOLSON. On Mnrch 8. 1022. Lieut. Cnl JOHN I'. NICHOLSON, hushand of rslenolsen. nKeu ey jeure, nu o'clock at the Church of the Saviour, asth end Ludlow sts. Interment private, l'lease ""e-NKIM'-M'irrh 0. JOnPII J husb.nd nf Mir C O'N'III nehvtlvea and friends. aKe Criepi rs" Union. Lecal . 1US, are In In vlted te funeral. Men.. s Tl A. M . reslileni". 1 ins N l'elten st Sel, mn rcnulem mass St llev of Lima Church 10 A. M Int. Old CY'WlA Suddenly. Mirch 10. ANDKEW rClf, Ilelatlves niul frlends, nln Arle Ne. 4J. r O i: : Phlln Uilm, Ne. 6t L. O " M Mliurv.i Council. Ne 3RH. '. V A 1'ciuihI Trll', Ne 11. Inm. O. It. XL. e-iks Club nnd all ethT societies of which he was a numlT, are Invited te rum r il servres, Xler. 2 I XI.. at inrleiH f (Jinn W llarrett. l'.uk nnd I.ehlKh nves. Int. NirtlivvrHil Ccm Trends may mil sun e l'.'.LXII-.lt .March 0. 1''22. XIAItY. wife of ifhirles Palmer HlittleH and friends aie , .. . . i ... n..an,i ruturu srrvire. at 11 u, , .,. ,-.. .- ;v'. -'r "' . s,. i.iritr, nf Sniiilel Kehr & ren. i . n, '!! nn.l Iiiamend flts.. Xlen. 10.10 A . vt ..a,.,. v Tnt flroenvveod IK. Of I'.) i 'i. .p..ltt m"V null HUn.. 7 til HI. .VI I v i.'ni ,',.;' v.rth H. MII.TOS'. bus .,,' V , f'...; intn' Ann e U. Phillips, nied 7(1 Sears. Ilelatlves anil menus, nise iiteiuiu Hue, XIanuf icrers' Assoc'allen. Invited te i , XIeu runirnl nn snturuay. at i i-. -', "" '"" rei.Iuence, mj. , evn hi, iim.-,,us,i. Xleunt ernen Cemetery. . , , I'ICKAIII' Xllircn V, JUr.ril, nunnnim nf Annie II. Plckard. ivsred 77. It lullvei nnd friends, also Mt. Carmel Idee, Ne. 21il. A A. S. I! i Abe) Ledir.ii Ne. t! A. of S , Shiik (rctre Leilite, Ne. 10. S. or St e and S of St (J Wheelmen, lnvlld te nttend funer il Xlnn 2 P. XL. from his late rest. Hence. 031'' Paltnttte st., Lavvndale, Phila. lnt Xlt Vernen Cem. Fi lends may mil "U"el.r Tn Trevldence, It I., Mnrch Id ,f.. , nnni' n i:s. lfe of thi lite Svinu"! pivv'el of Newport, It. T, and rtnusht' r f the Inte Wlll'ams nnd Charlette llope ei id. I dird) Illnniv Punerat heiv'es Men, Xl.uh 1. 1022. nt 1130 A. XI. nt her I.,,.. rnl,1enee 11 ltrevvn Ht. lilt, rtnetlt a' tl i island Cemetery, New pert, U I . at " ' . .:'. -. . a innn A-n,l"lTiri T i ... i .-.i l Vie. ..; h Trln (lift IliChtt'r rlll . en Maicn a, ii--. i..".... , , i.ur-i . i-i . ";:":: ,:v. ' v'a rriA...iu ,.i ..i ftp- J ' inrn. j,niilii.K mm in1 ,n hut Htiea et wnirii im r n.. ! ; ties ' . i i i .. - nn m n.ip 1 n 1 1 it I . iA fiB.tf.tl Knrlr.i 1)11 MnnunV, (It 1 f M nt his lute resldmce, 10:10 vv. uirnni inn. I'll rnient private nt Ardsley Lemetir). Priends miy rail Sunday evenlng HANCK Xlnrch U. 1H2.'. XIA1H L. wir.j of Adim P.. llanck. ltelatlves and friinds m Invited te HTVlrce. xrn 2 P. XI at hT lnt" residence. '-1T S, I'rar ni, In' M i ir . (' n Prliid" mnv ("11 "inn eve Mi vnll.1111. On Mnteh 10, S .Ml 111, I-I II llnl.nrit nANDcj I'll, .hushn i,l I of Paiiilre ltandelph (ne Shuster). Relatives and friends Invited tu f mural h, rv 1 1 . n Miiidav. at 2 P XL. frum resie.neu 0i pir ''"s tilll 7S i, 0'iUl si .niul iiiv ui. i'riitiie, 5,TvV?e-4urtarffrch 10. BDWIS O lusbind of Stu In ltni'P, nucd Bit I"uncr.i' .,il,. Mnn . " P. XI. Inte residence 1,07 Mate nt , Currdn N J. Int. private Prlei.ds may call Hun eve. itimriiu n xiaich k cAnmn a. wife of .lelin II llcdlleld tnee Peunder), need OS I-uneial Mnn. March If, IP. XI.. late rest d nn-. Kim et.. r mth Vv es'vllle. N J b'tvces2P XI In Westvllle llniulst rinirch Int. i larksWiru, N, J. Prlends miy cill SlTll':iLll.Yl March 10, HLIZA A. ItHILLY In 1"T Ms. vcir, Ilelatlves and friends, nlsu II V XI Sedillty., nie invited te attend fu neral Xlen ',''3n A. XI . ftem her late resl ,'eri" "nt W fhe'.leii nve Helen.n muss of teiiulein st Vincents Church 11 A XI, Int. Hely s-ouufhre. ,,IT. .. IlliNiSAilll viarcu a, i.iiui e , ue in I the late llenjatiiln I". Hcnntiri Itelillves inru nii-rma ,unu .... .,, .. .....;- . . . ...,,, ' Ne .1. D. of L Itcse LedBe. Ne Bl. H of It of TanRliore. N'. J., Invited te funeral the ' s-rv lees. Mnn, a r M.. luuj i. uriiwe live XV I'nll.nKsvvded N. J. lnt II irl IkIi Cem l'i lends mav cnll Hun., arier i J'. .11, Ite-ii:NI nl.l. March II. VI22 KATH ritVN, wife of Leepold lleenfeld, aire. (17. Ite'.ittveH and friends, nlse Qien Lather I 1 1U0, Yorheveil Vereln, AU"trl.in-IluPB irl in Hen Asse and Yeuntr, ll'inmrlm Meclntv, li ted te prrvlers hurl.. S 111 I' M. lain ip Ideiice. L'UU N jutn si. mi. mi. carmel ( 1 ni ntmxs At Moerestnwn N. J., March in, rlel'llIA widow of William S Iteiven (nee I.andenberiier) Due notice of tuncral, Ki:ipr.L March 11 MAJIY K beloved wife of lale Leuis II. Heldel ltelatlves nnd frlendi Invlled te funernl. Sun . l, jj f'em 1 210 N. lbth st. Iut. nt Northwood Cem, HMITH March 0, nMSIA n. wife nf Teter hnilth aged 31 ltilutives and friends sie Invlled te attend funeial, Hun 2'3() I M from her Ulc resident e, 1325 72,1 uve Dak l,ne lnt Norlhweod Ccm. Jlemalns TuifV In, viewed Kat, eve. PA KTNKKSI HI'S r i...i ii . imi b. .n ni-,1,1 Mil iniirfl itnin. eCS -Bstfea I ,f beIal estate for baAb MTY " ' ,..,--,. - 1 -SSS;i,,,.iMMe..j...aiMa...as.aJisSiMssMi.aaaiisiagaijaia.sst Northwest Cerner BROAD & THOMPSON STREETS Four-Story Exceptionally Fine Property PRICE UPON APPLICATION The Industrial Trust, Title & Savings Ce. 1944-52 N. Frent Street Philadelphia, Pa. SALE 230S N. TATtlC AVE. 2327 N. JWHIC AVE. 2152 N. 1VROAD ST. 231S N. lillOAH ST. OO.'O N, 11TH ST. inoeN. mrii ST. 020 N. KITH ST. S2M N. 10 I'll ST. 2IUPN. 181 H HT. 2,131 N. 1DT1I ST. 2,102 N. 10TII 3T. 11141 W. UltlE Avn.. 133(1 FAIRMOIINT AVT. 1024 N. (1KATS5 ST. t33 ROOSEVELT BLVD. C. Harry 1420 CHESTNUT ST, SALE NORTHEAST CORNER BROAD AND LEHIGH AVENUE LOT 124' x 205' Rccepnizctl as one of the most strategic corners in Philadelphia. Directly across from yards of Phila. & Reading R, R. One block from Freight Sta. Penna. R. R. Unusual for important industry or central distributing agency for large business. HORACE H. FRITZ, 713 Walnut St. nKTII SMITH March 0, ritANK K husband of the lain Anna Oelsner Smith, aired tl7. ltelatlves nnd friends are invited te attend funernl. Sun.. 2 P. XI,, from Aslier & Sen s llread St. Chapel. 1300 N. llread St. Int. Xlt Slnnl Cem. . ... ...u S I Ol K'l'ON At Dclnnce. N, J.. March 10, 1022. ClKOIlOi: V. STOCKTON, need OS. i,.in,i,. ,,e,i rr.emia nrn Invited te tuneral. Xlen.. 2 P XL. from residence, llurllnirten i ave., Uelance N. J. Int. private. Trlends may call Su-i. eve. VACHC .March S. ANNA. M.. wife, if I NaiKilten Vecbe. need 0. nelatlves and i frit nils, also I.ndbs' L O. L.. Ne. ll'i, 1. nl.n Cloned Vn 144 S. and 1). Of L . Camp Ne. MS, P. O. of A,: Ollve Tcmple. Nr.. 18 Ie a. I., are Invited te attend fu i.i ral, Xlnn , a P. XL. from her Inte resi dence, 172-I XV. Venanite st Int. Xlt. Peace dm 11 resins mnv b lcwed Sun, eve. VOLl'IJ Pr.Iut. At Phoebus. Va., Xlarch 0. 1022, XIAItY Xt . only beloved dauehter of Jehn and Catharine Velpe and Brand (laughter of Peter and Xlarla fabartiere (nee I'Vriettl). aired 14. Ilelatlves and friends are invited te attend funernl. Xlen.. 8 A, XI.. trem her piruus' residence, 1J14 XIcKean st. Solemn hlKh mass of rcnulem at St. Hlta s Church Ii 30 A. XL lnt Hely Cress Cera. "vALKIIH. March , Mrs. SARAH 1'. WALKKIt, niteil S7. Tuneral services at the llaptlat Heme. 17th nnd Nerrln stSj. Sal.. 10 A. XI. precisely. Int. Hatboro. ra. lv.tV..JV 'V. i. n eenVLM inn 1.- V.I.&. bind of Clara e Ward (nee Linn), aned OH. T Ilelatlves and friends, also America ioun ieun il Ne 30, I'. 1". A., and Kenderton Iidne vi ".Mid 1. O. O I-'., are Invited te nttend funeral servlcs, Xlen, 2 P. Xf,. at his lute resilience, 2800 W. Somerset st. Int. prl- Nawi:LSII Xlarch S, 1022. CHAni.OTTP. T widow of Walter It. Welsh, aged 07 ilelatlves and frlinds are invited te attend fun" al eervices Sat . 2;30 P. XL. late reel Hence. 20?.MPrucetl . Celvvyr. Pa IVlends mrw crtll 1 rls. ii it" i i"'"' unilTi:. On -March 10. 1022. HAHHY, leleved husband of Katherlne L White tnee ll.irnl Relatives and friends, also Xlellta I odes Ne. 205. C and A. SI., nnd McCall Pest 'American Lecien. are Invited te the tervices en XIend,i afternnen, nt 2 o'clock, nt l is late residence. r.OOO Chestnut st. interment private Vlewlnc Sunday evenlnc. Wll !l)EI Mirch K. 10J2. CllAHLHS IL. 1 iiHiiind of Carolina Wlrder. Ilel.itlvis nnd ( iKnis also (hevrn-Ahavnth-ChCMil. Invited ii, funeral, S"n.. - 1. XL sharp, from lale r.eldeiice. :3U N. 12th Bt. Int. Mt. Carmel C WirOMANN. Xlarch 8. TILIZAnRTH. be loved wife nf Julius II. Wlenmann. aced OS sears, ltelatlves and friends Invited te tu ieral Sun., 1 P. XI. precisely. Itesldenje. 1731 Wolf Bt. int. Xleunt XlerUU Cem. e.i.n.i. rev rail sat eve. i'l'T. XI irch 0. XIAKV I... widow of IVrdlmnd Witt. ai;ed 7J. Ilelatlves nnd Irlends i.re invited te attend funeral serv- ,et Mell,, 2 1, .l., cnnpei in vnurew J. Ilalr &. Sun, Arch nnd 10th sts. Int. private. WiieiV Mirch 10. AMANDA C. widow nf Isiac V. Weed, aKed 44, l'uneral Xlen., I M . IHO ri'UUlT. e, .,.wu, vn.u.i ,,, ... w. O. r. Cem. FARM AND OARDEN BURPEE'S The Best Seedsthat Grew Burpee's Annual is The Leading Amer ican Seed Catalog. It describes the Tinmen Oualttv Seeds. If veu are in- itcrestcd in gardening, Burpee's Annus! will ba mailed te you free. Write for, your Annual ' today. W. Atlee Burpee Ce. 485 North Fifth St. Philadelphia PARCEL POST (IriinrfniU Cundy. Fresh from Ilerlda Grape fruit droves. Drill leus, healthful, unique, neiiiitlful llurlilu art box mailed prepaid. (1 lb, Ilrynn Cindy Ce,, Haines City. Flerida. Help Wanted Situation Wanted Employment Agencies and Lest and Found Advertising will be found en Page 20 STORAGE AND MOVING MOTOR VAN SERVICE . TO ANT DISTANT POINT Weekly service for small shipments bstween Philadelphia nnd Wasblnsten, The Big 4 Transfer Cq., Inc. itn ani liarkst rf sHrtne xsei BEAXi ESTATE FOR BALE . CITY M (107 W. I.TTRAT ST. S334 PAOB SV. .. 6712 TO 20 N. SYDENHAM ST. 2087 W. TIOOA ET. . 4132 OLD YORK ROAD r012N. 12TH 8T. 1218 WAGNER AVE. 4001 N. WAUNOCK ST. 108 Vt. LOUDEN ST. 0027 WAYNE AVE. 240 H. 40rH ST. 4100 W. UIKARD AVE. !i017.1ll-21 S lSTH ST. (OATlAnE) all OIIAYUNO AVE.. iARUERTI. PA. Jehnsen USED AUTOMOBILES TmckB n: 1 T 2-ten chassis. ceed u LIcuuuiiu A new, jlflOO. Fulton m-ten chassis. eplendld con- dltlen, 300. D-n,.l 3W -ten with cab. steel durau ranaru bedp and heist, ISOO. Onfltrla 24 -ten with cab. express vnciua beay and top comp,,,,,,, overhauled and In line condition, S120O. Splden lH-ten with express body. top and cab. runs Ilk new. '1875. International 13? A"1 "; top, ceed condition, $500. ReO J?18? nBOn.c,lth new Inclesed "v-v' panel body. $300. Will clndy demonstrate or phen Dia mond 1015. TRAYL0R ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING CO. BltOAD AND LEHIGH AVE. FOB SALE TYPEWRITERS RENTED VISIHLi: 3 MOS.. JO BO AND UP Factory Rebuilt Typewriters "See Our New Machine, the Century" American Writing Machine Ce. S02 CHESTNUT ST. Walnut 2450 MaIn 4:95 Antique Mahogany Dining and Bedroom Furniture ITALIAN WALNUT LIIIP.AnY hand carved, indudtnir crandfather's cled: twin I'.rist bids, .also household ceeds. Keine West: call Monday and Tuesday: u dealers. -11123 Nivvhall at. APARTMENTS HANDSOME APT. $100 Peven JirlKht rooms newly decorated, hard wood floors, vapor heat svstcin. epn firi places; diolce location. 1T07 Xlnstcr st. HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS NO. 1530 LOCUST ST. (S. E. Cor. 10th & Locust Sts.) New 10-stnrv fireproof heus"keeplnt apartment house. Wevenl desirable apartments left. Apply te Superin tendent, en premises. NO. 257 S. 16THST. (N. E. Cor. ICth & Spruce Sts.) Sixteen-story llreproef housekeeping apartment house, :i apartments vacant: one for $100 n. month Apply te Super intendent, en premises. c APARTMENT HOTELS HOTEL WINDERMERE IinOAD AND LOfl'SiT hTS Special rates for peimannit yviests: complete hotel service at very reasonable cest: Inouhe for special American plan rates. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE CITY 828 VINE ST., S. E. CORNER SCHELL ST. and l in ni:An Three-story, hricli, taloen preperty: lm mediate possessien: will snM property B"ed wll , Ixtuies ttnelt nnd license tnr IIIO.OOO: en theri.UKhf-11., tn the Delttware ltlier llrldse. utt Immediately, MASTBAUM BROS. & FLEISHER 1421 K IT.NN SQl'Ann l?!lll.l!l11ll!l,lll!IIIIIIIPIlllirill!ninil'll"!llll!! 523 MARKET STREET Threurh te Cemmerce st. with let HO.f-xL'OO; l,ul,inKH substantia nnil modern, vilh elevator; Immediate possessien: rUht prlcu und terms REALTORCj S CHESTNUT AND 13TII STS 1 MM'iinii ifiiiiinJUJiiiiiUi 'iiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiigi ijiiiiiiiiuiiiiii'iuiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiijiiLiiiiuiiiLsiiiiiir I Frent St. North of Market H rre,n,ta'0 '', " ''ePth .'0S ft,, with 1 for7,v.,titehe0us0,r7a,ctofir,;?c10'lil1' j C.F.Simen, II2S. 16th St. iiuiniaiiiinnn CENTRAL PROPERTY We hnve seme desirable cemmerciut i.,..,.. Inita: iise suiiauie ntcs for left buliiiini. itc.i suite your Kqulremenn. """dings. E. S. T0MLINS0N, Jr. .Lincoln Ilulldlni JVi:ST l'UII.UHXPIljA 5130 SPRUCE ST.$ll00(r 50N,T,l,M REAL BHTATE gOB SAJM wrwT rniLAnKT.I'HI limMMlillMIIlilWIUffl Anneucement- Radie Telephone Service Built in These New Hemes The $1,000,000 worth of new homes which we are new building will be . wired for Radie Telephone Service, connecting with concert service from Pittsburgh, Newark and ether centers. This will add greatly td the enjoyment of these new homes. JOHN H. McCLATCHY , Builder of Hemes 848 Land Title Bldg. mm mmmmnmmmawmmmmmiMM few Stene Hemes in beautiful Overbroek, an unusually exclusive loca tion; 20 minutes from City Hall. Spacious living; room with open fireplace; hardwood floors throughout; two baths; large closets; 20-ft. fronts; enclosed and heated perches. Garages. Central Plant Heat Heat and het water furnished by a corporation, regulated by State Commission, at a, cost lesa than your ordinary coal bill. Ne furnace, no ashes, no effort te heusekeep without a servant in this advanced plan of a house. Sixty-eight of our houses were supplied with het water and heated last winter at an average cost of $107.85. TERMS TO SUIT r e .1 OT NORTH OF DJlll Ol. LANSDO.WNE AVE. MOSS & TAYLOR Builders of Hemes (or Thirty Tears Take "L" or surface cars te 63d street, pass north te Lnnsdewn avenue or surface, cars Ne. 11 or 41. Walk two blocks west. One fare. pilWMMHMmM HOME BUYER If you are looking for an artistic 7 or 8 room home with garage, examine this sample house today. 54th AND ARLINGTON STS. WYNNEFIELD These homes ave selling; the price is lower than the spring market. $8800 and $9300 Pass north ever 52d St. or drive through t airmeunt held Ave. and south three 1 J. HARKER I LAND TITLE BLDG. aiii 54TH AND wvxTMrrrn rvl GAINORROAD VV I IN IN E,r 1EL.L.U ttrThp T let IVrwA" In nema Construction X fit, lultdt ir UI a and Cemnlctrncs.i WKv Wai'iO BUILDING COSTS wny w ait.-' advancing daily New homes, ready for occupancy; according te estimates just received, cannot be duplicated today for $16,000 ONLY A FEW LEFT AT $15,000 COMB AND UK CONVINCED Furnished Sample Heuse Open Daily and Sunday ,iiiinr0J,.i?Iy B',1'-,l0t'lcl",l homes with 4 and r. bedrooms nnd 2 baths making house ssraks. maid's room with bath, distinctly Hpait from ret of A-Eir ideas is' LiaiiTiNa fixtures Wnn?llwi,S!l!iu.0n.Ilr.ftl" V" "" " 54t" ana Galner read' en f"9' KM' DANIEL E. H0GAN, Builder irain'iiiiiiiiiuiiciiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiui'NPn ' ONLY 3 LEFT Just built, 1000 bleclt S. KOth St.; main .treet property. $fiui)0. no-th of Weed land ave. i 7 lame rooms. Inclesed heated perch. Dutch hall, whlte-and-mahesany finish, Trench doers and vvlndnvvs, hard wood floors, gas kitchen, electric IlKlita, hut-water hat. ciment Heps, haseuieiit laundry, with deer te yard refrigerator roem: near churches, schools, stetes and tiolleys. Sample house open dallv. In cludlne Bunda. Eugene L. Townsend, Agent Wynnefield Cerner Fer Docter or Dentist Immediate occupancy, 2 story, 8 rooms pantry, laundry. I! Iiathm am,,,..,. i , t , ' w,.w nut. nclesul peich; a new home, modern ln every respect. Thickly Populated Community Ne L'einp tltlen G. PERCY FOX ")T N, 40lh et, l'rtsten 401)5 l-eyil HKD II.MS; newly reiievnleij elect,, new reef, 2i,'.'l H. sstl, , ' small amount of inch, ihiku ., ...... pl" Win. U Craven's Huns. fMh ft Chss'ter MODERN i?:"00" "r wiu i tsoe i ' ' i li C EJ N. W. coil, tilth amUIaildlnitten st ' H (below Jelfersnnl, Ihoieughly med. I H ern. ueiacneu c.irane, no leasenuble I i M .unisssmi ilWtaui' y HUI"J,l' -le 5 iiiiiciiiiiiiiiii!iiraiiiiiriiiiii!iiJMaEiiiii!iiiiiiU''B , . ji rnRNRR J- '' ' RIAL ESTATE FOB BAtui (car 70) te Arlington Street Park te 54th and Wynne- blocks. CHADW1CK . SPRUCE 0397 rVT niltDKT.pniA ,? SRSaBpiJaHwm,nlHn,UUSIIIRRMnBBBBaBSSSBBBBJ9aiHBpajPJSJpM ( ULiiiffiiH-j- I'liiiisiiiirjiiiiijiiiiiurniii'u.'uiuuiruiiiiiiJiinjujfd'iuuuiiiuiiiiiJFUJiiumyjiiiiiMUJiitniJFUKiniJ traast8J and Completeness ON rHEMIBES B4TH i. QAINOIl HOAD EEIEtfg 69th Street . Section 17 Minutes te City Hall One Fare A community in Itself-eem-prisini; stores of nil desenp desenp tiens, office buildings, opart epart menta; excellent macadam reads, with improved under- drainage, all within easy acess H ever new concrete highway vi auto or by the Elevated. VKHV MTTI.1. C.KHII l VIMiV IUHV T ' 1852 SOUTH YEWDAI THOHOUC-m.Y IlENOVATED flPRN jU ALLEN&REEIV I VKHV I.1TTU: OA HlJ.IJ5fIBEI' LL i Bm,MM ON PREMT8JM qniBM ., 1 ,UV r W J" J 11 lk?' .i,i ufW)&.P.i . -it.- v LV ' ml mM:,.