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The women realize It, , but u men de net. . . info than 1000 parents and friends 'kd student crowded the Gcrmantewn "MA Scheel last night te'henr a musical am whlcft had Bcenprciparea ey .- I .... iLitiiiiliinllih aF Attn ijwMwa whice nna Dcen-preipareu uj Dilstnd alumni ns tne' triumpn ei me bVET-w.!'. polfhrniten of Music Week. r- TThe Music Week program for today lkH lunvne. . I) Kaen 12 1 Dand concert In Bread fcTEJih's Theatre Noen-day air,? and fwicals with orchestra of Central Ulan KvHoel for lleya. conducted by Wilten w, '.: Kathertne Urcy. oeprano; Henry F. fiWBit. aeiwr leader, with Jeaala It. Wilsen tCK!2S!!i!;..ifr la-no p. m neiarv EyflNk will have n musle appreciation lac s'' filntre Scheel, Thirtieth and Dauphin K ttnita 11 te 12 A musle appreciation lee W t aaaa ay Miss isess inniei.. MC'Otent Scheel 7:30 p. M. 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Pi Eb" erer the radio. y.f Mdcmv of Mualc Orpheua Club concert. '' entral Seya Hlah Scheel Auditorium 8 " Majer J. Andrew White, director of Uread- B-iMla Uri. Teckla Fnrm-JIcKlnnle aa aole- k .. an f'liinn L. lit: Ainea Clune Uulnlan ut the jUane, under Oil anrelcea of the Phlladelpnla Muale laeaera Aasocianen ttea lecture by Mrs. Krancea Klllett JCIar rrankfard Hlsh Scheel Muale apprecia HOB leciure uy Airs, rimitn rjiiiuu a.ith, kud of the educational department of Vlr- ter Talklnc Machlne Company and National Mention of Music Cluba. lt. Martln'a In the Field Organ recital W A. Oorden Mitchell. Oraca Episcopal Church Organ recital b- fainll noeinson. alssatab Refermed Church. Thirteenth and Wolf streets Hand concert en the lawn a f:15 P. M. with community alnglng, Tfirst Reformed Dutch Church, Plfteenth Ma Diuphln streets Evening Organ ra dial, singing bv choir and congieentl . StaliUr will speak en subject "A Dream '( a Harp." i), Biw ueniury uuiiu, jnui uecust aireei '( fcrlag Club, augmented by playera rrem : Kldle of Viela N. R. Nelll. ' i,euurpn iiuspiiuirruitrttin given D rf'Kitlnee Musical Club under Mlsa A. C. Dai Heme for Incurables Matinee Musical lab will give concert under Mrs. William Mount. M .tfl-a4i.al PlHk ...III l.. mahmi.. ..Jsk ... .. BvMM Ceiling and Helen Rowley. ' fl Kae, for Widows and Indigent Female, frlMrtr-elghth and Chestnut streets, 8 P. M. tveacert By pupils or lieechwoed Scheel. JHfeMfAirn. Pa i,nrf. Vrfttli V MnnnhU RlW. for Colored Felks. Forty-fourth atreet AM Olrard avenue Matinee Musical' Club preaent concert under Mlsa Anna Bar- trvM. trHM. m t . Mkt.j i.iatf u i .5.. F cimieB uniiuran .Bmi Ferris. n nonie .T r rienaieas l-nnaren i Musical Club will give ceucert undr jl." .1... ,.. l5irflv Uc7e9.ray." Ferrr read Matinee lHS?l c.lub wl" s've concert under Mra. t-eiiiKri cvans. v5!f?Srt sl"nent Heuse Matinee I gStwida TeW present concert nJf Mrs. Ii riik -m '"r" "espuai Matinea Mualeal lySJa! pre,cpt en under Mra. Ethel lS!5fli". Kepllsal.2:30 P. M. Concert KSWZZ. w2m.ln'" -c,ub Cheral , .,!,, .4tafii(f,iit i eEiTi;:ni.i0m5 rer Incurablea of the Epla- Ca weed eneert w s,vcn by "" ft rHSi"' A"olatlen of the Scheel of Ob U JCSii Vk", pnwtlc of the Philadelphia 4 iWUiai Scheel A nlann mil .lntl. ...,.1T ft laanull. iif i-iV::--"".. "ISi" X'-i tt sJaaa --- . me KivBii unaer jirs jj. c ,1 i grSKKt1Tc- Ferdinand Jacksen. .'Hr j..."HB..e'reet.. conservatory of iffi.n,;rraliV"ec,u, vocal "d ,n- WaWti-lSPv W Conservatory of fA-S3ihf;;Sir:M,"7?.n"cmbl rec tal by Wll. BSrtiSffi. v iS i? iffUB" WHS- tenor. ' "v'"v" " -" ,Pr?"r-. Yi" department- iWbrldte ft Clothier' Special radio "UniLWogrem. of Italian mualc. dJ? S7 -i,r,"I"n' eiaie xuperlntendent of (KsffirwaSr "" ttddre" en Mu,le fa . S la.lPhla High Scheel fn. Tinv. tirlPre;VatJS,0,-,l.TVfb.t.r.t iWB 2!l".'ment Mu.le 8cheXi.'en " ssa ii Aatlshi. ... . . . BC tarrii.. ""'' "Peeiai musical program. - Aute Bumps a Bear FRANCIS J. McGOVERN LEFT $75,000 TO CHARITY Probate of Will Shew Cstata Value aa $146,800 Catholic instltutlena benefit te the extent of $75,0d0 by the will of Francis J. McGovern, who died 'at bis home,1 702 West Lehich avenue. Anril 18. Th will, which was admitted te probate yes terdny, disposes of real and personal property te the amount .of $146,800. Josepn McKernan, a cousin, is left Sin.fKWI In frtief ati.l 1.1. .1...I. Knnn will no te the Seminary of St. Charles jurruuieu, uuu 10 or. jemts urpnan- ngf. ntift nn Allinl aitim a U TMLf. Hou8e for Homeless and Industrious Beys. Other bequests made were, as fol fel fol eows: Catholic Union of America, of vTUoiunBien, jjwuj unurcn or Ht. Jean of Arc, $1000; Sisters of Mercy for the establishment of n free bed In the Mls Mls ercerdla Hospital, $5000; Epiphany Apostolic College of Baltimore, $5000 rtnrhnlln Vnnlm ri.l.... '0V.1., ' $5000; Catholic College of Armagh Ireland. $5000; St. Michael's Church, oef Bielexl, MIbs., $1000; Catholic Church Extension Society for the erec tion of chapels In Southern and West ern ftratmi fi(W). r,knll ri...i. v-, tension Society for distribution te des titute Priests $1000;. te Cardinal Legue. Archbishop of Armagh, for the building of a priests' house at Leugh Mncry, Ireland. $2500. Ht. .Tn.in't. Opnlmn At-lta.. eaaa . f Cntlielic Heme for Friendless Children! .puwv, , ei. vinccnt m gleme, S3000. and $3000 each for the following In stitutions; Society for the Preposition of thn Fnlfh. Hf Vln. u ' .1 Maternity Hospital, Archbishop Ryan Memerial In-titutien for the Deaf and Dumb, and St. Edmend's Hospital for Crippled Children; Peer Children's out ing fund 'general conference of St. Vin cent dc Paul, $2000; three homes of the Little Sisters of the Peer of tblrf city. $2000 each, and $1000 each te the fol lowing institutiens: Heuse of Geed anepuerti, st. Jeseph's Protectery for Girls, Norristown; Catholic Beard of Missions fbr. work among the colored peoples, St. Mary Magdalen Asylum iur uuierea uins. rive nunurra dollars each te the following : St. Christopher's Hospital for Children. Children's Aid Society of Pennsylvania ami the Altar Society of -St. Edward's Catholic Church. After a nnmhpr nt nrlvafn TunnMia have been made te relatives the residue of the estate has been left te Cardinal Dougherty for such use among the peer and needy as he may see tit. Other wills admitted te probate were these of Albinu O. Butler, who died at 1800 North Beuvler street. $15,000, and Harry E. De Haven, of 2225 Mcm- nhifi htrpif. nhn Ipff SfUMWV An in...,- tery of the personal estnte of Itlchard C. Warner was also filed. It totaled $241,223.30. Judge Lyen Dies In Mahaney City , ra., May 3. Fermei Lyen, of the Orphans K. OF tf KNIGHTS DRILl ... Crack Degree Team' Gives Exhlbf tlen This Afternoon The new drill corps of the Fourth Degree, Knights of Columbus, made nrst appearance this afternoon at Initiation ceremonies for 200 members in the Bcllevue-Stratferd. Many of the sixty-five men who compose the corps are veterans of the World War. Jehn V. Loughney, master of the fourth rlpffri.0. finnrtnntAfl 1.a ImIIaIh exerclses.-iasslsted by Samuel J. Browne, uuuictj ir. sefany, ine ev. William J. Lalleu, M. J. McEnery, Hugh P. Dun- inp, r. a. Aicwarren, rranic a. ttcett ana jesepn u. aicMenamin, secretary. Michael F. Haughey and B. J., Martin co-operated with the drill corps ex hibition. ( ' cop "PINCHES" Whams Held as Material Witnesses In Chase and Escape of Twe Men TTiiIpsr nntriA aim annmini uun 4 a w.w wa,w ',,. a DUVI4 V claim the fourteen fine susar-curcrl hams that were seized last night by Patrolman Nccly, of the Nineteenth and MTrerrl ntfOAfu vlallnM 1a m.J t.1. brothers in arms plan te institute a "perk week" with trimmings. The hams were in a. large hns- which was being dragged along the street at Twenty-first and Columbia avenue early this morning by three men. At Neely's approach they dropped the bag and fled with the officer in pursuit. After a chase of several blocks. In which he fired two shots, Ncely re turned and placed the hams under ar rest as material witnesses. Attack of Hicceughs Kills Man Norristown, May 3. Samuel Husten, fifty-seven years old, a carpenter, died nf tilft hnmn firA affAt. nn Atht-,t.. attack of hicceughs. Charftabt Philadelphia Maket Response te Requests te Aid' Needy in Near Eaet COLLECTIONS ARE STARTED Charitable Philadelphia today. Is an swering the plea made en behalf of thousands of needy Armenians for cast off clothing. These gifts, being collected en "Bun dle Day" will mean little individually te the elvers, lit is dcrlnrrA. but each gift, no matter hew small will mean warmth and perhaps life for some one in fliA Van,. Iftaat Few will fnil in remnrnhm. ftiaf fhla is "Bundle Day," when housewives and etners are asked te donate te the Ar menians 'only whatever clothing is en hsnd and net absolutely needed. Sema 1,000,000 of these people who In a race against siaugnter by Turkish bayonets have fled te Uie sterile fastnesses en and nrmitiH Hfnnnf Ararrnf m. In itanM of death from cold, unless reliet is previaeti neiere September or October when, in that region, winter begins. , Brings Story of Misery A recently returned relief worker tells of having found in one snow-filled mountain gully some 30,000 men, 'women and children who had among them somewhat less than 20,000 yards of American flour sacking. Many were altogether naked. . In the face of such need few Arme nians would be likely te qulbble ever the design or complexion of the gar mcntK sent them, the commission thinks. Hardly any of them would understand mere symbollzatierKin such garments than a measure, of protection against winds and snows, equally as cruel as Turkish Bwerds, and the generosity of the American race. Seme eighteen months age there was a first "buridle day" in the schools and colleges of the city. Among the things that were gathered were well -darned varsity sweaters, once niore or less port able landmarks of the University of Pennsylvania; woolen-striped cricket blazlcrs from Haverford College, dis carded uniforms of suburban volunteer fire departments and warm raincoats used.te wrap diving Vcnuc.cs after their lieriurumnccs. Anything Is Acceptable Nnnn nf thcen fliltifre e.nmn.1 .. it.. Armpnlnnu tnn hixnrrn T.., .... t. . geed many leagues Inland from Bateum a traveler came upon un Armenian ladv of high degree, proudly and gratefully In possession of the cherry-colored swallow-tail of a minstrel interlocutor, and held in place by a girdle marked "Fire men and police brand suspenders," He discovered also an ancient and bearded priest wearing a pleated tea frock, a velvet tam e' shantcr and shoes de signed te euro fallen arches and te prevent slipping en wet pavements. Nothing, the commission is at pnlns te point out, will be refused en the ground of conventionality. The mere conventional the better. Nothing will de se well as a fur-lined overcoat, with or without a cellar, or a fleece-lined truck driver's jacket. It is true, how ever, that chiffons, laces, georgette waists and costumes for classical dancers are' of relatively small value iH'ii,.' "'"jfTyg O Mahaney City, Pa., May 3. Fermer irirn T TT. It. T.vnn n the rt. ..!..... a . --. -.fw.., w. vifUUIin Court of Schuylkill County, died at his home In this city at the age of eighty- uur. w ... .. Sj7(,"'- M8y 3.- By A. P.) 'ftftrmf-J rR'V' upon hls n"val at the ffXLS$ ;cs'.day reported that WianT T "" naa "Sured in an un &rBi'Pi ,n.,h0 r'1 whw ft ?2n 'VrZ..i li ' T,, heast ambled in tMa2Sf- ie,.d'stance- while an in- flm thickets. u returucd te lfeS5;f.aw'7.lM, ffi?VffiSjSi rr SundaJlyf,h,h' Clilldren's "lloelc !g- "Mk It a"l,la,bhl!...8JL,i,,1?v': . TRAWHATS X? (in ..- Wr the Proe.r M. " is2!9a t &ria Denevi Y VM Ii HNE FRAMING .icwngs--Prints m '?0,ers-Palntlngs ;- W3EWBAIH GAUERIES walnut strrat 14 llARD Steel LnrVore Shelving & Sheet Steel Seecinlri- DAPRV CrtMe .-,. lr..-C.:.. "vrae V.W. Miin ""Dlld 1854 "Oermsiiir. .. "7.. " nvc, ymiadelnhU you're out tn ,: s.i. &?&lny tkamc, nSJ" ',ne rjiV-r , ""aiucas US IOr Ttktkm en the diamond iCnve demnstratien ebV? il2s Institute. SP 'NBTITUTE The eeak of aualitv Rogers Peet suits and overcoats ! The world's finest wool ens tailored with a care for details that makes for last ing satisfaction. We encourage looking. FERRO & COMPANY Rogers Peet Clethes Chestnut St. at Juniper Geed selling ideas back of geed photo engravings Our art department has hejped many in planning the right kind of commer cemmer cial illustrations. ... lEfflNUT. A New Achievement by Mr. Edisen Mr. Edisen has hooked up a new idea te the ordinary elec tric light circuit. This time Mr. Edisen has devoted himself te aiding the busy man who sits in a swivel chair and the alert young woman who helps him shoulder his responsibilities. , c Any hard-headed business man, the minute he has the de tails before him, will instantly see hew practical, hew valuable and hew indispensable is this new development of business procedure. We dare you te put Mr. Edi Edi eon's achievement te the test. Just set aside ten minutes today then ring this telephone number. We will call but once unless you ask us te return Telephone Spruce 8340, Race 2738 GEORGE M.AUSTIN 1627 Chestnut Street aiL yiFiTV MHHMiMMIM f t'laad take a tt&mt Tim 't .1 .t- -i'. . m. T - :T.- i4i tnac guise te. " ; r" rrv; ' About low delivery tracks beleaglng te the; leading department stores twill collect the bundles aMxmtvnlghtfall and take them te the Merchants' "Ware house, at the feet of Federal street. Final Appeal Is Mais They will be set into bales and shortly leaded en, a 'relief ship bound for Bateum. It 'is expected te carry the distribution' of them te the farthest mountain limits before the end of Hun. tember. . . " Walter Qeergs Btnitn, TlCe chairman of the Pennsylvania Committee, last -2 nignc imuetr mis sunemeni : . 'The future faith of the Armenians and the1 ether peoples In the Near East depends upon the .wisdom of the Euro pean 'Powers. It Is.tbe policy of Amer ica te leave te them responsibility for all political conditions. We have a SHLJfcl L.. i" y . lXt4, m h a u77aSlCL allLkaTMn tragedy r mm, u JBaBua emt: our abundance, let us ceatlaue te dethe the naked and feed the starving people UBiii unce uiuib uie nu suyvvn iusjsm- selves.'' MAN QOREDBY BULL Upper Marlen Farmer In Sarleua Condition After Attack Norrlstewa. Miy 3. Geerge Wills, a farmer, Is in a' serious condition at the Norristown Hospital, after having been gored by a bull en his farm In Unner Merlen. . near BridaeDert. He was in the stable attending the cattle- when the bull attacked him, Fellow workmen heard his cries for help and rescued him. vW fiimMI ..HAix And i 'ManteiXlecks Jherev conceivable size, and te. i harmonize withanyschemoefdecoraUon Jvr Apartments -LSvfna J?oems$ and Reception Halls i (I TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS 1 Ediph urli IttasaUc Ccnbwt SERVED DAILY 5fe8P.M. DELAWARE SHAD SPRING CHICKEN SIRLOIN STEAK SEA FOOD KUGLER'S RESTAURANT OU &0.15ttl 5T. i Linde Great Clearance Sale Furniture, Rugs, Lineleums One-Third te One-Half Less A gigantic sale of startling values, presenting the most wonderful bargains this wonderful store has ever offered. It is the big spring clearance of our immense store and warehouse stocks, together with the annual factory close-outs of our leading manufacturers. ThU mqkes it m truly ttapcndeuM sreamf. Net jtut a few odd styles marked down, but fully 20,000 pieces of Ltnde standard quality, which means the best te be had. Furniture and fleer covering for every room in your home te go with any style of decoration, and a range of prices wide enough te suit any pocketbeoh. Tfnri -tfr8885 ti I 4-Piece Queen Anne Suit Walnut or mahogany. Splendid cabinet work J-uTa " Large Dresser; full bow-end Bed. Chitterette with trays and large semi-Vanity. $125 10-Piece Walnut Suit , Rlch Queen Anne design. BurTet 60 inches long. China Closet 43 inches wide. Extension Table 48 inches. Closed server. Fine genuine leather side and one arm chair. $149 $115 Thi Suit in Tapestry or Velour is strictly guaranteed, inside and out. Has massive Davenport, U in. long. Large arm and 5 k if cushions, full spring seats Rugs and Lineleums and Y2 Off Wilten Rugs 120.00 Superfine, 9x12 ....96.50 110.00 Royal, 9x12 8S.00 80.00 Standard, 9x12 ....63.00 112.00 Superfine, 8.3x10.6. .90.00 15.00 Standard, 36x63.... 10.50 Axminster Rugs - fO-OO Best, 9x12 40.00 55.00 Standard, 9x12 35.50 SM MHum. 8.3x10.6 ...30.00 e ?Jan,dard- 6-9x12 ..-.25.00 8.00 Medium, 36x63 5.00 Open Friday Xvtnmg Summer Rugs 17.50 Neenah Fibre, 9x12. .12.75 JS-50 Neenah Fibre, 8x10.. 11.50 iftSS ind,eve.r A.rt- 9 12.. 10.50 10.00 Marie Antoinette, 8x10 62S 3.00 Demus, 36x72 in 175 2.50 Demus, 27x60 in. ... 1.25 Lineleums 2.65 Heavy Inlaid, sq. yd... 1.85 ill FXtr 1InT,a.,d.'J3l' y.. 1.60 .85 Special Inlaid, sq. yd. 1.25 i.JU cork Linoleum, sq. yd. .70 3'" i ' ' i ? A . f 2 ,fa3i-aaH , ' . vt. t 'fu Whatever you want in the way of clothes it's here at -SUPER -VALUE Prices! $33 28- -'38 and $43 Seme men wonder whether our Super-Value policy is an all inclusive preposition cover ing everything we sell. We want te say most emphat ically IT IS. If you buy a pair of separate trousers here it's a Super - Value. If you buy a fine quality suit that's a Super-Value. Evening Clethes. Sports Suits Junier Suits Chauffeurs' Outfits every thing en our tables has been marked with Super - Value prices which means a definite saving of several dollars en anything you purchase. Perry & Ce. 16th and Chestnut SUPER - VALUES in Clethes for Men MERCER MOTOR CARS Standardized Design Mercer cars have net been wa terially changed in mechanical construction since 1915. Surely, this is evidence of the designers' early high ideals and of continu ous fundamentally correct con-strnctien. HENRY LINDE 13W Street, Columbia and Rid A witU,ri&MWfYiMism ... ,- .. , .,, k itrJwZ. .&.,. ,x- I A -Ifcd.Strijat, Columbia and RldM A Curran-McDevitt Moter Ce., Inc. 933 North Bread St. Phene, Poplar ll0 OpmlvemlmmM .. ' W ... i ii ttsiXi -M vrrii'Ji mffl ff4 M :J sj Ifli y.i , iS "2.K ,t ti$t .ivWfe -m -S5: t ,j ivr.x . i t Mi iL" "151 tPe " fX v. r? 1 -4 m $ 4. M vi. fjA v?4 .. -:2 A' BI -W ? -.'! -,t wT,l 1 ( l& . 11 ti . .i .. -.I a a Vtf W 4' W UZ. iri -a-i i.t ,kj .? ,'! yx G.n T t'S ftl m "-tkr rX tm y m m i r J. "1 Jt "'.I t ii yi , I. W if) ' Ui it iMJrt . m X. A? "'J' iQMi mm VHK rt! ! K'l ss " ' vi h ES&mshmm I 'M ' ' tA.Jf aamsjsaiii tjfrt1" vs-)-itfiVjt MiZk WJidt-i 'V'C-Jt t' .'