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The Heater with a IS Year Reputation ft s pear economy te v a few JeSar an a cheaply cenatnicteel Water that ceit $8.00 te $10.00 annually te eprrata. AaS your Caa Company or Da!r for arte latalid and Jein th. bOJOOO PA.laaf.faMa mar. of th me.t tanamlcal appliance made ler heat tea water. aVeUt In Philadelphia since 1901 by Ma Urt.at manufacturer of Caa Water Heater la th. Ea.t. Pliladelphii Steve Ce. SUNDAY OUTINGS Frem market street wharf The tlme shown li Eastern Standard TUB, one hour (lower than Da light Bavin Time.- t exempt.: rraie mown id idu ucr Ueement u leaving at B-3n A. M.. Ewi en 8Ued.nl Time, will depart at 7 30 A. M . Daylight devln Time. Ev.ry Sunday &U.nUcClty 1 .50 Ansleaea. Andrew. Annu. Octan City Can May Sea lale City Coraena Inlet StoneHarber Peerment Round Trip Avalen Atlantic Cltr B. Carolina Av.) . . Fer all ether resorts 304. 6 104. EsTDally Seashore Escur.ien. will ' begin runnlnt; Jun. 19 EVERY SUNDAY I1.8Q Tmd'i River, Scuitt Prk, By Reaad Trie Head d iatermedute tlilijai t2 10 s Glrt- A.bury Park, Z'. Len( Branch, and in. III. t.rmMll.te .tatlent. 92.00 "t Point Pleaaant Market Street Whar! 6.15V,, Frem bread street station $5.00 LURAY, VA. Round Trip SUNDAY, May 7 leaving Saturday night. May li read Street 1 1 20 Wert Fblla. II J6K -e S3 .OO NEW YORK RVunJ SUNDAYS Trip May 7,21 June, IS. Bread Street PM Wn i FbUa. .Ai North Phlla. 0 4 0 $3.75 SUNBURY -I4.00 WILLIAMSPORT S4.00 LOCK HAVEN Round Trip SUNDAY, May 14 Bteppuig at Milten. W.UMntewn. Muncjr ., and Jensy Sucre Bread Street 12.10. Wait Pell. U.UtJ r e I3.BO WASHINGTON I8.00 BALTIMORE EtMkdTrlp SUNDAYS TV, May 14. M. Jun. II. I airest e-W west rmu. eMU 16 ratrs NIAGARA FALLS 1 1 aK aevnir TRir l tJ.fK SM H JU1T , W (JUg. ,, , ai uci. i. System I .aBaBBBr! sOT lBaBa. bT bbbbbbt a yaaailBV 91 LEAF en the 1 DmM Cesser t w "" " -im p - I - W Letters te the Editer Daylight Saving Te th EUttr of thcSventnt PuMle rfdeerr Sir Daylight savlnc, as usual, baa Its defenders and its opponents. Manifestly, und with what appear te be geed reason, the country dweller is net in favor of It. Most of its friends nre te be found in the cities. The farmer objects te this encroachment en the laws of nature this reversal of nn.lnn. fruillHmt nnrl nrilCtlCC. He objects te beginning work an hour be fore the dew is off the grhss and the sun has had a chance te dry the fields, making bis work easier and mere effec- tlve t The dairyman, tee, is net favorably Impressed with milking the cows at an unheard-of hour in the morning and preparing the product for shipment at n time hlien most people are in eea. Neither is It pleasant or convenient for tlir. trnvi'llnr nubile te be compelled te use two different timepieces one for the home and ene for tnc rail roan. The traveler, for example, leaves home at 10 o'clock and beards a train which leaves at 0, and after a two-hour ride arrives at n btandard-time station at 11 o'clock. Thence, after another hours riding he reaches ills desunauen a x o'clock. At the end of his journey he will have plenty of da light in which te work out this problem this Pens Aslnerura set htm by the modern Lu cllds. But what have we city dwellers in common with these who live in rural or suburban districts, or with the travel ing public? Duj light saving is n fine thing for some people. The weary business man, who for fix or -even hours each day has been under the strain of devising means te increase his nrnfltn. trill lmf an onnertutilty te get out and rest his tired brain with a game of golf. The tired bookkeeper. wne lias been Denaing ever ni ijcbh iur Kavnn nr ptehr. hours, with no oppertu nity for relaxation except cenings and half a day Saturday, will hac an op- pertunity te attend a nail game ami excrete his lungs by shouting for hi fnvnrltn nlaver. The exhausted bank clerk, who labors six hours out of the twenty-four, with only the Saturday half-holiday added te his ether leisurt, can rest his fagged brain ana nerves by watching or participating in out-of-deer athletics. And the thousands who hae been long out of employment will also have mere time te devote te sports nnd recreation if they can raise the necessary funds. ... , , By all means, let us, like Jeshua of old. bid the sun stand still en Gibeon while we fight ths buttle of life by the aid of the additional daylight which 60 many of us crae. JOHN T. WILLITS. Camden. N. J., May 1, 1022. Our Dumb Frlenda Te the Editor of the Vvertnp Public Ledger: Sir "Animal Week" is at hand und I offer a few words in observation of it. A eung zoologist wrote that it dis gusted him te hear people bpeak of the "brute" creation und tliut none could equal se-called Christians in placing un unfeeling emphasis en the word brute. The ether evening a young minister nrp-ichpd aealnst the tenets of evo'utien. The writer of this letter agrees perfectly with him, but ie departed from tnc church baddened that the congregation has left without a word of recognition that the animals also possess the finest human qualities. The whole discourse hccmed te be a tacit encouragement te his listeners te evince their superior creation by regarding animals as se much weed. This attitude in clergymen seems ulmest the fundamental reason why the churches de net function with the practical life of today. Many philosophers hne been ready te uccciit "religion," but were deterred w ben they ceu d net reconcile the idea of Geed with a Creater who would de liberately form animals, both wild nnd domestic, te suffer as they de. The llama les down in silence te die when It is mistreated. These philosophers per iii thi human emotions that all the mammals possess te u great degree. They also perceive tliat Mine animals possess the tenses of sight, srae'l, hearing and i-ven feellnz te an Itihnitely Intenser leerep, than human bcincs de, hence their sorrow when tliey witness tne misunder standing and ignorance with which peo ple treat animals. Horses are Inshed right en the streets of our tender heurted city und no pretest Is made by passers-by. The animal question nowadays under lies all the teachings of philosophy and religion, for it will be the lever that will e'ewite all humanity itself. The masses will listen magicully te preach ers and teachers who at least try te handle this subject intelligently, even though they de net accomplish great results. ' This- is w ell illustrated in a recent book which tells hew n social worker In New Yerk City could net gain access te the tenements until she accepted a job with the 8. P. C. A. and went among the peer te ascertain what dogs were li censed nnd what net. Te her surprise It became the open sesame te almost every wretched ubedc, whose occupants then gave her their confidence net only about dogs, but about all their ether uffnirs, S. M. Philadelphia, April 20, 1022. "My Grandfather's Cleck" Te fhe tfi'iler e Die Evening Puttflc Ledger! Sir I tlinnk ou w much for' the words of the heng. "My Grandfather's Cleck." I nlse hail them r.rnt ine from a mini in IVmipjlvanlu, and then I found Ml!., Helen Sharp had filled out the whole Ming. I de net knew her addicts. I Hheuld like te knew in what kemk hook hIip found the music. Man) f my friends who remember it arc glad te have a tepy te place in their clocks, nnd, no doubt, the origin of this song would please them, as it is Interesting te inc. Here Is u part of Itn history : Tlic livers sisters were Ncerees. They brought "My Grandfather'. Cleck" out in New Kugland, I.ucus singing the rele, and an invisible quartet the chorus. The audience in New Iluveu gave them double nnd triple encore. Mr. Werk took the song te Wumbeld, the minstrel singer, but he laughed at it and refused te sing the composition, sa)ing it would de for the country towns, but net for the tity. Then C'arncreHs sang it, and in a few mouths Wumbeld took it up. Dltsen, the publisher, Intel one order for 50.000 copies. All who ever heard Ihe ditty will remember It. A correspondent writes as fellows of the spring tours which Cnrncress and Dixey used te mukc: "Ileadlnc of the death of Jehn T. Cnrncress recalls te my mind his liking for HnrrlKburg, as told me by mem bers of my family, "When Mr. Carncross and his min strels made their early Junius In illf. ferent Hurts of the Stale, there was tin place better than the capital. There be and bis troupe would play at a the atre en Seuth Third street, owned by my grandfather, William F. Murray, who was then, Associate Judge of Dauphin County. "After the performance the company sometimes would be entertained at the famous Murray . mansion, en Market street between TUirti and fourth, Then they would go en te -their next stand in the teara of their snrlna Journey. This te my mlad was la the early '70s or the lata 'tus. "I caa't recall which. 4M.1I J i A BET . ... i PEOPLE'S FORUM wrote the song, words and music, but ue uceigucu ine hub pane. MBS. R. VTSNITCHBR Mount Airy, Philadelphia, April 27, 1022. Uncle Biiris Ordeal Puts Uncle Blm Wlsa 3 the Editor of the Evening Pubtle ltdctri Sir Please publish the following in your Forum where it msy be seen by the nersen tn trhnm It Is addressed ! My Dear Uncle Blm I see by today's tiedger that- the lawsuit Is en and you feel that you are in te lese some dough en account of net having any evidence, but dear Uncle let mc put yeuwise and refer back te your friend the Evening 1'UHLtu J-ErniEii und you will find they have a photo of the diary, aud believe it will help you, old scout. Your friend always, B. Philadelphia. May 1. 1022. Suggestion for Uncle Sim's Weal Te th Editor of the Evening PuMle Ledgert Sir Will ou kindly hand the fol fel fol lewing te Sidney Smith, Esq.? Dear Sir Why net make Uncle Blm the owner and supreme lord of some Island off the coast of Australia Inde pendent of Great Britain? Then being a seereign of an independent state, he could net be sued without his consent. There's an actuul case in the English reports en this point. C. G. F. Philadelphia, April 28, 1022. Questions Answered Ne Difference In Time Te the Editor of the Evening Publio Ledgert &lr Te settle an argument would you kindly adtlM me las te the time In Philadel phia, and New Yerk City? A claim, tee time Is the nmt In Wa.h lntnn. Philadelphia and New Yerk. II claims that there 1. a difference of ten minutes In New Yerk time. A train leav ing Bread Street Station at 2 P. M. (Phila delphia time) would arrhe at S SO P. M. (New Yerk time), although net scheduled te urrlte until 4 P. Jf.. and a train lcavlnic New Yerk at 4 V. M. (New Yerk time) would arrive in Philadelphia, at 6:10 P. If. (Philadelphia time). Will seu kindly settle thla argument for ua. as e will leek for an answer In the People'. Forum. J. J. K. and U W. Philadelphia, April 28, 1022. New Tork, Washington and Philadelphia are In the United State. Ea.tern .tandard time belt; consequently there I. net ten min ute, nor any ether difference In the nom inal time of the three title.. In ether word., 2 P. M. In Philadelphia I. a P. M. In New Yerk. "Standard-time," however, varies from the "true", or solar time ac cording te the longitude of glcn points. There being u difference of fle degree. In the lonettude of Philadelphia and New Yerk, there Is a variation of 'approximately one third of a minute In the ".elar" Umc of th. two cities. Railroad and ether clock, take no account of this divergence, but are gov gev gov erncd by "Eastern standard time." Melding In Pinochle Te the Editor of the Evening Public Ledgert Sir Hew much Is melded In pinochle with this combinatien: Ace. king, queen. Jack, ten and nine of trump with king and queen of each of the ether suits? Would extra king of trump make any difference In the meld? J. P. H. Philadelphia. April 2D. 1022. The ace. king, queen. Jack and ten con stitute what Is known In pinochle as a "straight" and count fifteen points. The nine of the same suit add. another point, which bring, that total te .lxteen. The four king, count eight point, und the four queens-count six. while the king and queen of each suit give two point.. A. them are three suits, six mere point, are add-d. and our entire total Is thlrty-slx. The extra kins of trumps does net count, as you can not meld mere than twelve cards. . Steam Injurious te Moter Te the Editor of the Evening Publio Ledgert Sir In order te settle an argument please in.wer this questien: Dees steam Injure a direct current meter If applied while In operation, the steam h-lng applied about five minute, in a ten hour workday for the purpose of cleaning the machine? Wat-rferd, N. J., April 20. 1022. Dampne.s of any sort applied te an elec tric meter Injures It. Steam being vapor, consequently damp. Injury and possible dan iter would fellow the application te any but a protected contrivance. 1 . Poems and Songs Desired "The Bosten Burglar" Te the Editor of the Evening Public Ledger: Sir I am Inclosing line, for O. McManus entitled "The Bosten Buralar." Can jeu supply the word, of "The Fatal Wedding"? MBS. W. P. GARRETT. West Philadelphia. April 27. 1022. THE BOSTON BURGLAR I was born in Bosten, the city you all knew well, Brought up by honest parents the Jtruth te ou I tell: Brought up by honest parent and ral.sd me.t tenderly. Till I became a sporting boy at the age of twenty-three. My character was taken and X was sent te Jail: My friends all tried, but 'twaa in vain, te get me out en ball; The Jury found me guilty, the clerk wrote it down; The Judge he passed my sentence, and I was sent te Cnarlestewn. Te eee my aged father a-.tandlng at th. bar. Llkewlse my poed old mother a-pulltng out her hair. A-putllng out her old gray locks, whll. th. tears were rolling down. Saying. "Sen, dear son, what have you done te be sent te Cnarlestewn?" I was aboard an Eastern train one cold De cember diy. And every etatlen that I passed I heard the peeple a : "There ernei. the Bosten burglar, In Irons he la bound, Fer some irlnv nr another he Is off te Charlestown." There Is n girl In Bosten, a girl that I love -ai.lt. And If ever I wet my liberty alone with her I'll dwell: If eier I net my liberty bad company I will shun, Llkewlsii street vvalklns and gambling and also Jrlnking rum. Oh, ou who have our liberty, pray keep It u.hlie vnu ran. And de net walk the streets at night te break the taws of man; Fer If seu de eu'll surely rue and find your- s. If like me, Wh'e 1. servlnr a term of twenty-ene years In the penitentiary. THE FATAL WKDDINO The wedding Iwll were ringing en a moon- lleht winter", night: The church was decorated, all within was cay and brlsht: A mother with her baby came and saw the light, aglow; She thought hew these s.me bell, had hlmed for her three year, age, "I'd like te be admitted, sir." .he told th. sexton old, "Just for the sake of baby te protect hlra from the cold." He told her that the wedding there wa. for the rich and grant!. And with the eager wttrhlng crowd outside she'd have te stand, citenuB While the wedding bells were ringing. While the bride and grnem were there, Marchlnit up the ale together while the or gan pealed an air, Tellll'if talcs of fend affection, vowing never mera te part, The Peeple1. Ferani will appear, dally In the Krenjaa- Pablle '.-hi Snail Pablle Mrmmrr. ana aiae leeer. and ala rase, sal ejaaf., dl.cae.lag tunelr. f le. will b SfiaT? U --rflgsnP!rlfii' JBBBJBBJ BB BBBBJBmBtBi SaBVJJBJBrV wBBB BFW ) 'v Just another fata wedding, lutt another oreaen heart. . i She bade the .exten once again te l.t her pass Inalde. "Fer baby aake you may step In," the gray-haired man replied. "If any one knew, reason why this couple sneuld het wed, peak new or held your . peace .,fertver,". aoen the preacher said. "X must' objeet." the woman cried, with voice se meek and mlldi "The bridegroom I. my hu.band and this our only child." "What proof have you?" the preacher asked. "My Infant," she replied. -She raised her babe, then knelt te pray, the little one had died. , The parents of the bride then took the out cast by the arm. "We'll care for you through life," they aid; "you've saved our child from harm." The' outcast wife and bride and parents quickly drove away! The husband died by his own hand before the break of day. i Ne wedding feast was spread that night: two grave, were dug next day, On for the babe and In the ether th. father lay. The story has been often told by fireside warm and bright Of bride and outcast wife en that fatal wedding night. "Little Bey Blue" Te the Editor of (lie Evening Public Le&ar:t Sir Inclese please nnd Eugene Field a Little Bey Blue." which I think Is th poem asked for by e People's Forum reader. MRS. HONOR HUUHES, Gloucester City, N. J., May 1, 1022. LITTLE DOY BLUB The little toy deg la covered with dual. But sturdy and stnurch be stands: And the little toy .eldler Is red with rust, And his musket meld, in his nana. Time was when the little toy deg was new And the soldier was passing fair. And that was the time when our Little Bey Blue Kl.sed them and put them there. New don't you go till I come," he said, "Ami don't you make any noise." Se toddling off te his trundle bed He dreamt of the pretty toys. And ue he was dreaming an angel song Awakened our Littie ney iiiue. OhI the years are many, the years are long. But the little toy friend, are true. Ay. faithful te LltUe Bey Blue they stand, Each In the ame old place. Awaiting the touch of a little hand, The .mile of a little face. And they wonder as waiting these long years through Tn th riu.t of that little chair What has become of our Little Bey Blue Since he Klseeu intra ana pui m"." there. ' URGE PLAY-SPACE FOR BOYS Wlssahlcken Club Told Streets Only Offer Place te "Get In Wrong" The need for a greater number of boys' clubs was the theme of the nine teenth annual meeting of the Wlssa Wlssa hlceon Beys' Club last night at Pulaski nnd Coulter streets. 1 "If a healthy boy plays ball in the .ttwpt and tries, te excel Babe Ituth." said Miss Helen L. Snowden, secretary of the club, "he hits a window, and -. .1 nt tfetfltlV anflfl. ff0fu 'vnnlfl insicau "., "-" - i up ey me puuti:. a wy musi nnve some place te threw off his surplus energy, and because of congested street conditions and a general lack of places te play, he -gets in wrong' ter being right." , , ,.. , . "Mere ana larger oejb ciuds mean fewer criminals," said Jehn T. Emlen, president of the club, and Bpeke of the J InKM. a..,- .. ,rran tin.,.u nlt. I.,n ncVClUun:iik Wt, ,Ut VVJB V.UU 4UCU throughout the country. Girls' High Observes Club Day A special "club day" will be held at the Seuth Philadelphia Girls' High (InliAil tlil.. n(rnrnnnn it liAti iiiaa alia ""'".,' "" ,,, ,',,, ,.Wa IWU uw. i. ..,w ..wm.!.... v. evuuv,.,n Will KUIU ni'IlUHS UllUUgllUUl IUU school building. A number of athletic groups will participate in the yard, and excursions te various points of interest in the city have been arranged for ether stu dents. Seventeen seniors will be in itiated into the Torch Chapter of the National Hener Society. T M STAMDAR D Eight years age, Cadillac introduced America's first eight-cylinder automobile power plant, the V-Type Cadillac Engine. It achieved an immediate and a brilliant success, later enhanced by distinguished service with the American Expeditionary Forces in France. Today, after years of painstaking develop ment and refinement, the Cadillac Engine attaint an extraordinary degree of perfec tion in the Type 61. Net only Cadillac owners, but practically all motorists praise its superb power flew and its consummate quietness of operation. They refer in glowing , . yrl -1. MMng-PidureefManTaking Small Sen OutferRidt::- ' f. -wr .SCENE: -Man starts out feeling jaunty and gay. t - . v Small son feeling even jauntier and much gayer, 'Car turns Inte crowded boulevard. Yeung inquisitive begins te investi gate. Interested in the dials and knobs and handles, Reaches ever suddenly and pulls one down. ' Moter coughs ' haggardly, and car slews up. - - Father reaches.ever frantically. and turns Ignition' en again; ' , Barely escapes running down lamp- PSUBT1TLIB ! LETTHATALONE. SCENE: Small son foiled, but game. Tugs at deer handle while father tries te pick way" through'crewd. Succeeds. - Doer flics open and is sldewined by taxi. , . Father jams en brakes and is bumped by another taxi.' itcscues .aoer.t Gets jawed, by taxi driver. Sec the local MMkdealer rKslSpilrafflrS WCrAtSsSSy 7r im YOUR local ALPHA dealer has a supply ; of the practical ALPHA Service Sheets and Special Bulletins, giving the most helpful suggestions en such cement improvements as: Walkways aal Dttre- OaaeataietlB GuMBtRee". Smalfbam BrMtM.odCelTwrt. jSUkHem Feandatlen aad lea Heat. Rmtehv.v ltaaer. nt GetursndOerb 8aUeTaak . SterageCellar SeullWanhecaa. mi overage iiai TeaalaCeart Just tell him what xarrn, yard, or home improvement interests you roost and get these helps free. When you are ready te buy cement, the dealer will tell you why he likes te supply ALPHA. Alpha Portland Cement Ge. EASXON, PA. 14 8. Dearborn St., CHICAGO, ILL. Mew Yerk Baltimore Bosten Philadelphia Ptttabergh Battl Creek, Mich, "ronten, Ohie Xfanfaaf.' AIpha.NJ. C.menten.N.Y. JamMvill, N.Y. Manheira.W.Va Martin Creek. Pa. La Sail, XU. Irenton, Ohie, BeUtvu, Mich, O F T pendability, emphasizing that it functions with a constancy and a certitude that , suggest infallible performance. But the great and the cardinal triumph el the Cadillac engine is that it ptrpttueut this servicei it ctntmuu running surely and serenely throughout its long life. The metering public admires this 'eight cylinder power plant, net only at a Cadillac achievement, but a the splendid evidence of American supremacy in multi-cylinder construction. In it, they tee typified the qualities that cause the Cadillac car te be regarded at the Standard of the World. terms te its de- NEEL-CADILLAC COMPANY t 142 North Bread' Street i ta. fmrnmai t-jswpar Ikfaa. MM Jaws taxi driver back. 'Sen' Immensely pleased'. . This is going te be a very successful drive. , . SUBTITLE : LETTHATAIONE ! ' SCENE: Out in the country., Sen excitedly calls out te knew what that Js. Father leeks and discovers moo cow. Discourses charmingly en habits and customs of moo cows. Meanwhile, car drops into enormous chug bole, brenklni three -spring leaves, Father spcajts bitterly of 'moo cows. , Alse of inquisitive .son. , Ben wants te knew what that Is. Alse' what that there is. .. ' And that -thing back yonder. 'SUBTITLE: 'SHUTUPWILLTA? SCENE: Car new breezing along nicely. , . Deeply weeded district. ' , Sen wants a drink. Wents it out loud. Father tries' te change subject. Shows son squirrels. Pretty flowers. WeprngVel cenMBtB Tub, Bam aad Bile Plat, nrint com cm BtoraaeHeoM SeMtkcHeat BecUoeM reolttyBeBM Oaresn Forartere ere.nln.ee CealPnaYt Peat, aad Wafls Garages aad Reeves V?HE OUAJANTEID CEMENT 5fc (Stat H w e a x ALPHA HhMJm Itv' kV 's&mmft ' mMLJfflSfcmBUBM '" .a ilAhW,'?. SSwewr -' " -w-.- ri-t ? f- ' vv iik wants' drink' mere than ever. K.I a hnit.A In .lesjt x Fer miles and miles " and miles Hen yells for drlnlf. . , ManMr-nerl-father fltnllv sees house in distance., cpeeas ter it. Arrives nnd finds It abandoned. SUBTITLE: I WANNA D'INK. SHUTUPWILLTA. T KDPCAT10NAI, Toting Wereen and Orrl. TiAABiWa) " QLiGEymRDPRACTlC I OIWALNUTlt MmWUtimA. An Edacitienil Institution ' , . Highest Character . Courses are conducted In both day and evening for ambitious men and wemsa who want te learn chtro chtre chtro practle riant Every person connected with this college Is an experienced chiropractor who hasajnaae a success of his work. siadents are new berna enrolled for our ran classes. beginning Sept iBta. InUrmetlen en reemtet. '4201 WALNUT STREET1 Beth Bene 8EBV1CK WHERE SERVICE COUNTS' We rJecure the Kind of Teacher Wanted -xand the Kind of 1'o.ltlen De.lnd. The Bryant Teachers' Bnrean, lac. eiC-fllJ-fllS Wlther.pera Dldg.. Phils. 910 Keennn tildg.. Pltt.bnrgh LEARN LAN0CA0E8 at the BERLITZ SCHOOL AMI CHESTNUT ST. Entrance en 18th St.) ' Telephone! Spruce 4604 QTRAYER'S The B4 Duslnes Scheel PoslUen guarnn'd. Enter new. Day or night. Yeena Men and Beys The Mercersburg Academy FOR BOYS Mercersburg, Pa. nena xer cainiosue 10 Vb, Mann Irvine. ITi. V., IX. D i Headmaster, Bex 120 MUSICAL INBTRTJCTlfm ELSIE MILLER ltisVcS. 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They nre carefully selected from the bent sources throughout the world. In our enlarged qaarters you will find salesmen anxious te give you the benefit of their years of experience. Come In and let us help you make your selec tion.. Don't lergtt our -new sastier. Hosea Waterer 628 Chestnut St. SPRING RESORTS WHITE MOUNTAINS EAOLES MERE PARK. PA. Desirable furnished summer cottage near lake and golf course for tent by th. month or s.asen. Write II. V. YEAGER, Mgr. JPBTH JVATERjnAP. PA. Pine Terrace Tl,e Leile' uni.s tnctiy modern, all outdoor snorts, own farm prod. N. Wnter Oap. N T. Transue MT. FOCONO, PA, The PENNHURST " -mei. tablei quiet nnd homelike, Mi's Mary Prie"' The Oatwoes. . - & ml:d,d:mmMmm - '- 'aBBaaaBBaaaaaaaaaH " RSth m JllVaHawcVlvV I BflPHBjBjaBrfBjnr 7Jm " jBt a isfiJfjrW2?5SLl" - Brrl JmWmmnjammmmslSliiukWsmieSS lWpKkaawBE&a&KaK al BBsSSKsKatW 9SamBSKSkwSt r'MamaaaaaaaaaaKeamaaaaaawSTTa BBJBkjSjfaav 'I KKaaaaaW?! 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Camp Grange, BeUpert, Lll Liinuieu te ev nnt u-iu yrs. ana rer boy under 10 yr. 60 acre: all s Ocuri and atlll-water baching, hernh.,1 !ng. beating, etc. Experienced teacher i iinalnea Cmtm InarilttM m. Tmihs c. b, haoedern. 1 jwe fTsnj iain -9,t iigw XOrK . iHBaun mjammrr Pipeau GARDNER LAKE; t'QNN. Camp CADAHO for BOTfl Cantp JUA1N1TA for 61 Dlitlnctly teparat camp. Mi the .hoi Gardner Lake. Conn., IB mile nerthwai New Londen. Conn. Milk and vegau .. .. . it.. e-n. n.i-. .,-ATr k,.. June 80 te Beet. 1. Fer hlttt. .1 Mlle Light. Nermal Hchoel. West Chesawl CATBKlfX MOUNTAINS. N. V. rAMP 0N-TI-0RA FOR filRtt ' UAIVir Rip VAN WINKLE FORM ... rn. rF.tm.nT in. iinr.viri. i Tlata f'nO trtr U..nn W A. M. Cowher. 10S1 St. Nicholas Av.. If ,f j Yeung Men nnd Beys B011BOON LAKE.N. T. CAMPWVHWmEBOTtifc Adirondack, Schroon Lake, N. T. .EkE slve camp for Jewish-American boys. tSm sears of age. Individual attention. Ate la character training celned with pbngal and mental development. Booklet en reqsaJt Directers: Lawrnnce R, Shapire, B, 8. hat Samuel B. Prenn. tee W. 108th St. N. l7 BANTAM LAKE. CONN. f CAMP WONPOSET, Bantam Lake,1 Cess, A camp for young boy In the BerkshlraaBI mile from New Yerk. Write for camp baaE 1 ROBERT L. T1NDALE, " tl Knat llat Street. New Yerk $ T.AKK C1HAMPLAIN. V. V CAMP PENN The logical camn for aylvanlana. a nign-grade camp wits moderate fee. Before decldlnn- en a aecure our booklet. LOUIS P. IIOYaCS 8808 N. 10th St.. Oak l.nni 1 CHARLESTON LAKE, ONTAaievi CAMP VFAIA. Cnarlestewn Lake. Osta L'anadalOnly U hours from New Yerk C A select caiip iui i.ua. uiw ceuege coo hr vrv S boys. Ilunaalews. 4 main, i sail beat, unusual fishing. Docter and Infi nurse. vk, -mii raaie Ing set. Radie Instruction. Personal i .i..ten. Fer boekM write WILLIAM O. nAZEL, IS W. 47th tkJi v New Yerk City m Yeung Women and Olrla Pine Tree Camp for Girls vf West Scheel Lane, Philadelphia, Pa, PAOH, PA. a OILFILLAN CAMP for Olrla. Spring Law Farm. Pnell. Penna. T exceptional mer camp for girl. Health, happinea aat safety flrat. Invigorating climate no urn aultee. Fresh vegetables, milk, butter ui egg from the Farm. Ideal location. Drivel lake. Experienced counselors, pajsiesl director. Ail camp activities, herstbaal rldlna. Moterat,. ces'' Write for bee, l.t. Mr. Jehn Q aUfUUn. Guardian. Fhem Malvern 07-B. jj CORINTH. N. Y. ii CAMPMESACOSA " Efner Lake, Corinth. N. Y. -i 200 mlles from New Yerk. i3lK) acres i of ads 11. 13 and ferest: three-quarters of u mil. frrintace. Water sports, tennis. baHfai riding. Excellent equipment Directer: MISS LAURA HANFORD. Addison, N. IJ .MISS lir.HiNAUI.K, AI, XUINIJK, T04CI reliege vjoiumeia university, rs. Y CAPE ren, MASS. MRS. NORMAN WHITE'S Cape Ced, Orleans, Massachuaettfj eeaaiu. uamp in tne l'ine. Uaufteuier: ter girl 8 te 12 H Fer particular, address ' ' MRS. NORMAN WHITE. -J, 4t4 West HBth St.. N.w Yerk Cltr Z RANOELEY. MAINE CAMP LACOTA, Rangeley, Mtka Fer girls from 9 te 14. Ide tl location. 8iat irrnuea. for tillct. uddremi Mrs. Carl H.ZellMSk tait N. 13th St., Phlln. Ph. Poplar StlrW. SPRING RrORTH WHITE MOUNTAINS TMPrefile-i Francenia Notch White Mountains, N. H. Th final man-mad touch tht maksa perfection el a natural playgroups. tranc. el Francenia Notch, 1974 l. I abev th .. Th constant aumm.r rend.iveu. of s large and lncra.lnf group el W" levlni, goed-llvlng, r.d-bloeded men and wem.n from all ever America. Cell, tennl. riding;, wjnnil". canoeing, fi.hlnf. mountain l"w" Recky Mountain -burros, beautiful new ballroom, motion picture., Symphony Cenc.rt erctwitra, epn firplc unlit v.rande. "Startling Scen.ry Pnnanntly At tractive." On el America' coell J!,ertt thousand aero prlvst vprk. Twnty eetts- , Opens June 27 American Plsa from 96-00 per dsy KARL P. ABBOTT, Cen. Mf r. EAST HTHtttinHltUnO. PA.. MOUNTAIN LAKE Heuse, mdrn , hemellJJ own farm, beating, bathing, geed ""gi Jay Huffman, H.F.D.2. E. Btreudsburs. TIIDM VII I A On llu.hklll Pike. 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