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f v i A .. ri.tln I ?.m f 8Tr..::; r ,j Station in n. . HUGE EMEMLDMONO LOOT u-.il Harrison, wife et the f M. -" Vh0 St. Jeme, Annex, !? T Washington, was toddpe ei a ,nJ in WW" Sunday ' V&t W dWn train at the rtM as bv ;'.. stntlen . New V Pepnsylvania w - . I & robbery becamcknewn today fl8 fc'.i . ..ti. r imr nuviim iviit --- B. 1DB njw"" l.- hnvlnt? rcn wfiilnm K. Miller, nor mm r ""iiv.r 400 Walnut street, prier nrt.nfeV Europe n the Aeiiltanla. "SBf. "- r t0 Ncw Verk t0 : " the trip from Washington te new i a Mrs Harrison was accompanied ?'' lAand and daughter. lAnd.ny V 8wU., M"frnTn ivlatthe ffl-in i New 'Yerk large bags and ,U,ii. belonging te the Harrisons ?" rrlcd eSt en the platform of the , Te novo ether bags Mrs. Harrl-tw,-.H The one containing the jew ZA nd and then t.elncd her Ke nut en her coot. Slip then h J? if i r hp hae. but it was missing. WwSht I I KS been removed te the ' ffifMr tl.e porter. . She tried te CnV te the platfermt dui ucr way web WM7 f insured by Londen The J5'i " T.,,i. Ainnnir the I VnXv"9 a rln containing 'SkTls said te.be the largest emerald in "his country, and one of the largest .X world. Anether rare piece lsn H rhsln set with nn emerald, ruey fflelMOTd in two trlfell leaves and a gKhdeOuerrc. The latter was n gift te Mrs. .Harrison from Count Kehncr it Btauriaux. T8he list also includes the follewing: DUnena bandeau with sixty-two diamonds W'm' containing 851 rearl.lth aianmri claip en end of etrlnr, one solitaire Sirt ilrreunded with narrow and of roae "!?? Marl and llmend earrlnOT. Barpin containing aeventy-nlne diamonds "iAffiKSpMid diamond cellar. , Cabachen emerald rlne aurreunded by WBwadMmXii'ld rlnr with two square din din nendi and amall diamond In aettlnr. Oblenr emeraFd ring surrounded by amall "Vrtlew and white diamond rlnr. Furl rlnr -nllh two dlamendi en either ""swallow pin with email diamond. Fallible diamond bracelet containing- forty thru diamonds at In platinum. Black enamtl canity case with small dia mond patterten en top. Ja and diamond bracelet. Geld chain et with ruby, emerald ami S'amend. ruby and diamond in two trltell Twrei and Croix da Guerre attached, dated Twe ralrs emerald earrings. Emelepe containing about twenty penrla, U tnelere marked "J. E. Caldwell, Fhlla Mlpbla, Fa" OLSHANSKY RECITAL irltene Renders Fine Program In Excellent Manner " ':, Bernarde Olslmnsky, baritone, gave a Kcital at Withertpoen Hall last cvr- sJnf before a goed-bizcd audience, being agisted by Doietliy Rust'llomcriwey, Kprtne? Mr. Olslmnsky's part of the preiram was vlilely varied in clmrac t ter, and made'many dctnaiuls upon the timer, all of which he met easily. Mr. Okhnnsky ha n barltenp voice e( unusually fine quality, and he hhti If flits it with the grtnteht nkill. He sang in operatic gruuii mid a group of I2ng Ilih, but perhaps his best work was done in the three Hiiineuiitn folk-sons'-which he sang nnd n superb selection of in Russian tongs, in nil of which the lager brought out the native Slav cle ment, which is the beul of all the music of the North. - ' Miss Hcmenwny was nlmest equally weeessful, showing u voice, of much btttity tend tinging well the various engs which bhe hud selected. Elsa Treetichcl lnes wns an cfllclcnt ac companist. FRAUD IS CHARGED Twe Men Accuied of Fade Stock Deals en Trial Here u'fl'1 B- Wl"in'' end William M. HeMullen nre en trlnl before Judge Kejers and a jury charged with con- inlMpv a .iAfn...i 4.. i. . V n. . . "i"' iiiiKiisc ixnerr, et ' Owten, X. J by inducing him te In- - "i in mwk et tn6 Automobile Hanking ' ruJr8"011 ,"",er mlsTeprpscntntien , wit It was engaged in a banking busi- , new and earning lurge dividends. Q HAfSfJ"1, ,es,,1Hc(1 ,,e Invested almost Jiuuu In Bteck of the concern, for which aUf-rcc.e,vJ'! about 5500 ,n retllr' EW.,0',lls bler-v- "e mill he nunil that common stock, for which he wis induced te exchange his preferred , wk, was worthless. C0NFERENCEWOtaLEAVE Mme. Lutz, Brazil, Only One of 30 Entertained Here te Stay Over Wll0V.n? l,m -l,c!'tlen 1 their 3E'ta,1bu.t. enr, et ,i,e thry emcn e?f w ?. tl,e l-American confer hew l..(altilmeT' wl, " entertained cltr Terp',.er,uJ'' me dcpnrtrd from the ,.. hcy !ftVc,t?"ne te New Yerk, ulth w"l "all for home. rtawm.T nn le." "l I'utz- of Brazil, tm :?! unl" J1"," "ftwnnen, U thn StVi'n!" Mrs Jli,'lmnl M "ae, .m i)e Lnnccy place. ; DRIVE FOR BELGIUmTTbRARY "III Open Tomorrow at U. of P. 8tUdenta' AIH d.h.i.1 krilMi.t, ralse f"nds te help nav C,.'v'bri"-y nt I.evaln;,Pn?ri P ;.""...! "e. at the Un .: '"".l" ". lomprrew ami will !! iriiTSai i --MaiTl 1 EfaaBrrrj. g a m 7TT9 .1.7 fF iri? . T l . m hl auiL j&FiiWW t T f T Hi t iiJ& lm JCaV imjt ni ! l L Ji a. W . (H ATJ JL V -Jm' iiBrBFrj fiHfAttll I Uil.il BsTVCAlilM "MARTHA" IN CONCERT FORM Chorus Shows Splendid Results of Hard Werk and Tralnlnpj The Cheral Union, under the lender ship of Anne McDonough, last evening performed Flotow's opera "Martha" in concert form before a large audience at Mcettlsh Ittte Hall, -en North Itrend street, the performance being one of the most Important ones of Music Week. As "Martha" Is an opera of pure melody and that melody has little, if any,, relation te the dramatic situation of the moment, it makes excellent con cert material. The Cheral Union showed clearly the splendid work which has been accomplished by the leader, Miss Anne .McDonough, and sang through out with cntliusiasm and snlrlt. as well as (he greatest accuracy of attacks ana releases and the ether technical things which enter into fine choral singing, as well as much beauty et tone. Miss Mc Donough lias done n fine work with What was in the beginning a chorus of virtually untrained voices. She hn net only taught them te sing well, but has apparently given the members of the Union a splendid Insight Inte the real message of 'the music of the composer. The soloists, whose roles were equal in importance te that of the chorus, wrtc Mildred Fae, soprano;'' Marie Stene Langsten, contralto; Henry Our ncy; tenor, and Franklin h. Weed, bass. As may be inferred from the names of these singers, all did the work allotted te them In nn Irreproachable manner. W. Lane Heffner and Edith Myfnnwy Morgan acted as accompa nists. Trelley 8trlkes Girl While crossing the street, Elizabeth Feebauer, eight years old, of lO.'if Buckiua street, was struck by a trolley car nt Frnnkferd avenue nnd Bucklu street last night. She was taken te the Frankford Hespltnl with injuries of the head, face and arms. w-fw. fr Did YOU Ferget BUNDLE DAY? 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'iu f 'AJWH W?iSfW3Ar'W wyrVVP & ! i ' t r mmmmmkMm. W5iw7 $ t . risflMiratftn iffh sliiirinsrr "1gi,-"E::f fc-, -iv-- Avik . -...a. - .' . v,..tj BULLETINS CIRCULARS NOTICES OF MEETINGS STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIE Save en Summer's Most Popular 'Dress Cottens t H Printed Voile, 58c Fine Dress Voiles printed in the block patterns that arc in vegue this season. Navy or Copenhagen blue, gray, black or brown grounds printed in white in a variety of smart designs. As for the quality these are known as two-ply Voiles unusually durable. ' - atrawbrldee fc Clothier Aisle fi, Centra White Voile, 55c Beautiful Novelty Voiles away 'under price, though the is just beginning. A special purchase of 5000 yards, ineV many designs, open-work grounds with neat woven dots and.fli and plaid effects 55c a yard. ' ' 3' (&-Btraw bridge & clothier Alale , Centre iWttstr In Philadelphia is also Music Week in this Stere i The Chorus Sing 8 Saturday The Philadelphia Music League presents as a closing feature of music week, "Music and America" A festival performance in verse," sbng and tableaux by the Straw brjdge & Clothier Chorus, with orchestra of 80 members, Saturday evening, May 6, at the Philadelphia Ice Palace. Windham Player Pianos for $475.00 Exceptional Player - Piane value. Only S10 flr3t payment. Monthly payments are only $13 en our three-year plan. FREE: A piano bench or chair, and also 12 music rolls of your own-selection. Victrela in Console Cabinet, $125 A special purchase of "sepa rate mahogany console cabi nets, especially designed te contain Victrelas and ether phonographs, enables us te S resent this remarkable com cem com inatien value. The first payment that puts one of these handsome Combi nations into your home is only $9 nnd covers the cost of twelve 10-inch double-faced Victer record? of your own cheesing. Payments of $6 monthly en the Combination Victrela and cabinet de net begin until June. Strawbrldse i. Clethl'r Fifth rioer. West 111 IB Satin Crepe $35.00 IT I ' .11 Linen and' Voile $18.50 Can Crepe fJS.OO ter l l Afternoon Dresses, $35.00 The lovely, refined types of Silk Frecks chammy-knit and Canten Crepe, in black, dark blue, browns nnd tans, that one im mediately associates with a smart neck fur and a large dress hat. They deserve the best in accessories, these new Frecks, for while the price is only $35.00, the quality is wonderful, and the style distinction might belong te Frecks at double this price. Twe models arc sketched: ethers in embroidered, beaded and plain tailored effects equally attractive. Practical New Frecks, $15.00 te $23.75 Crepe de Chine Frecks and Foulard Frecks, including the plaited, straight-line styles; plain-tailored, beaded and braid trimmed effects. Rust, black, brown and navy blue. Dark Voile Frecks, $9.75 te $15.00 Black, navy blue and brown, with white dots or figures. Tunics nnd plaited models, some with white lace cellar and vestce. Many trimmed with ribbon and finished with soft silk girdle. Fine Cotten Frecks, $19.75 te $32.50 Ratine, voile nnd linen-and-veile combinations, some severely tailored with just a few pearl buttons te accentuate their trim lines, ethers with the softening touch of embroidery Many with leather belts. Rese, gray, white, mais, russet, brown pink, orchid and tangerine. The model shown above (S18.50) is' VI l(ViltlU-t VII V 3- Straw brldt-e i. Clothler Second Fleer, Market Street Princess Slips Fer Girls of 6 te 14 Kl yK ,JU PA- J zc Dainty Cambric Sliife trim- med with lace, at less thaa. regular price. Ljttle girls, like, them with sheer summer frocks, for they nre se com' "'""O" "WO I UUIITOl Muslin, Unusnal at 880 , Coel for summer wear, but sturdy. Strongly made, with taped buttons. Sizes 2 te 0 years. Straw brldw k Clothier 'j;hlrd Fleer. Weat A New Shipment of Men's Van M Heusen Cellars J Van Heusen cellars loekihW stiff cellars, de net wilt, shrink, or wrinkle and are betti com." fertable and stylish. Can be washed at home as easily, as.fV handkerchief. 1 s Loek ever these styles: V Cliff, Van Garde, 'Van Ince, Van Esty, Van Jack, Van Kissel, Van Hudsrtn, Van Lux, Van Dell, Van Phil and Van Dort They arc all here 50c each. Mail orders filled while the quantities last. StrnwbrldRe la Clothier Alale 1, Market Street Men's Plain Linen Handkerchiefs, 25c Handkerchiefs of the quality of these don't stay en the counters long Jhey go into the pockets of quick pur chasers. They arc neatly hemstitched, and the best values we have had at this price in sonic time. Stranbrldne Clothier Market Street Croaa Alale Men's and Yeung Men's Siiits With 2 Pairs of Trousers, $32.50 Sports styles for young men conservative styles for elder men. Tweeds, herringbones strines blue ,Prffe and worsted.. Tailoring of faultlesscharacter-Strawbridge & Clothier standard.' A i S3 rangl' of K5 prac tically all proportions. An extra pair of treusers-rte insure extra long wear. Remarkable value at $32.50. A Wonderful Array of Suits te Sell at $25.00 i ,?P?rtS sutyle,s.and conservative effects in a wealth of colors. Net for many years has such fine Clothing been marked at such a low price. . uiuumig duu - Strawbrldie A Clothier Second Fleer. Baat f Gingham Morning Dresses Extraordinary Value, $1.95 Women who cheese these Frecks will be bmartly and appropriately clad for home or street, and at the least expense. Four models of checked gingham in the styles sketched. Three with white organdie cellars and cuffs, a fourth with cellar and cuffs of white pique. , All in the attractive, becoming effects of the season's low lew waistcd Dresses. Sucji models are away out of the ordinary at $1.95. Barmen Morning Dresses, 16- and 18 year sizes Several Medels at $1.45 Waist-line, btrnight-line and two-piece models, designed and proportioned especially for mieses and women with youthful figures 16- and 18-year or 36 and 38 sizes. Dresses of striped, checked or plaid gingham, some of per- cuiu unit L-iiuiiiuiuy ?i.4u. S-r--Biruneriaea . uiethler ThlrU Fleer Filbert Street. Weat Men's New Wickham Straw Hats, $2.85 The Wickhams this year are wonders for style, quality and economy of price. Remember that Saturday is Straw Hat Day, and get yours before the crowd comes in. Just say "V"Vi.-. h salesman heTTHtnew thnt vnu f. mean you want the season's best Straw Hat Value. -r--Stranbrldie 4 Clothier Second Fleer, r2M BrMn "w-.") iYamkmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwlcvtli Maiik-t Street. Haat ' In the Art Needlework Stere Stamped Goods Special Discontinued patterns in stamped articles at gieat reductions from the regular prices some one-third under price, some nearly one-half less. Stamped Unbleached Muslin Bed Spreads new $2.00 Full-Pize, including bolster. French-knot pattern. Childrcns Stamped Dresses new 45c te $2JiO Seme net quite as fiesn as ncw. Sizes from 1 te VI years in the let, but net in each style. Stamped Luncheon Setsnew 50c Thirteen pieces, hemstitched for crocheted edge. French-knot design. Stamped Night Gowns new 75c Stamped Scarfs, hemstitched, for crochet edge, 40c vH Btrawbrldife & Clothier Third Fleer, .Market Street Shoes That Fit the Girl or Bey Shrtes thnt mrt rt'lirt-irti;rtti.- i .i u"wi-iiv correct, mat arc '"l '" UU1 i-niiurcn Dy experts, and then the fit roet-u-beope, an instrument that shows you the effect of the shoe en the bones of the feet, the children in te be fitted: Children's Shoes FIRST-STEP SHOES, white buckskin or tan calf, plain tees, bread, nature-shape lasts, square-edge turned soles, pearl buttons. White buckskin $3 50; tan calf $3.00. BAREFOOT SANDALS, chestnut brown calf or patent leather, bread natuie-shape lasts, instep and ankle straps 3.25. TWO-STRAP SAXDAL PUMPS, chestnut brown lf. bread, nature-shape lasts, welted fitted te the verified by the by actual X-Ray It pays te bring RUBBER-HEELED OX FORDS for boys; medium tan, English and medium bread tees; sizes 2U- te 6 $5.00. Grewing Girls' Shoes ONE -STRAP PUMPS, of patent leather, plain tees, square-edge turned soles and low bread heels, narrow but toned instep strap; sizes 2's te 7 ?G.00. SANDAL PUMPS of chest- nur nmu'ti rnii ... A..u.i a. eaK-ianneti leather se es and wT,i t V ' 5 ' m lO08 spring heels, two narrow but- nchLth-" SIeS' 0nc- toned instep straps. Sizes 8.t "Vf nl N 3' tW0 ,"arrW te V-?5.00; lUi te 2-$6.00. &" ? 50 P aPS; " ' ter Beys and Youths PLAIN-TOE HLUCHER SHOES for little boys, modified Munson welted last, tnnned soles, spiint; heels, exact dupli cates of U. S. Armv Shoes; sizes 5 te 8- $ 1.50. ENGLISH TOE OXFORDS for boys, light tan brogues, or durk tun, with wing tips $6.00. ONE-STRAP P Tr M p chestnut brown calf, neat round, ..., nuuigiii, uis, peneiated; pnk-tanned welted soles and low bread heels, bread buttoned in Btep straps; size IiV4 te 7 $7.00. GRAIN BLUCHKR OX I'ORDS, for yeuthw, full round tee shape; sizes U te 13 H-. m.iu niiu fe.uv. r. T" 1 4"tl '.1- TUfl.ftlLf . 5j ' isim&ii " .A AU'C. 5-- UtrawbrWrfe . Clothier lilabth and vm,t u..u - r TT. t, dff. A VBBIJW3BW,V lAffti.' . 71 M"H il ma M m WW .1 1' -m -J-i.'Tl ''"Wl jiCa I "i . r i tUTftd i, -j d "JfLM m m "A m u iSS&ii szw 32 0mm u 41 r"M i 11 s' .