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VtJ I et . r ? l& 6 MRffilllWWllP lanpi a '.-.. -. j i i,j k. srnwsr- i-r jtir-i j.. : v trji-j ." Bm en -" r",F i- r,iejw i-.r t ns m'v . - ist-ght m : !3i-.iiji( '.rt, im'm,2. jr,' ri, .;;. ifv- in .1 tu i jfi,i,ii i tc uear r ii -.i. v. arfv ..' 'jfc . i, - m. ii itijj m r i - t . v . - ' r v j v rr yr .J -a n .: iJtkPi hl i'hij'.ti it. j- wtrvm rj .1 t w n w ifjv ju'ii .--i y$ 'raiffMrffe ': v - x rarwt4w 'iiir mAfwrw , y. -nmw 'wr wKfPr M '- l " , EVENING PUBLIC liEDdER-PHtLADELPHrAr fmjRAY; OTNEt7i; 1922 DREAMLAND ADVENTURES "Tem thm Taatar" lly IAMY i. ;;.. rn inrfe ntirf .duet In nirdlai'd wen a goblin alan t ha, miffed !' ',c W ? ,""-' J1"'"' S ewm, Ac tag 6jcfc. A rp rp er come" that the npblln giant Is teasing Oiant Cress-Patch. CHAPTER IV The (iehlln Giant' Trick POLICEMAN BLUB JAY's message thrilled tlie fairies and the birds. "Come! Ceuiel Come!" screamed Blue Jay. "The wbl I In giant Is teas ln (Jlant Cress-Patch " Janet and the birds started te fellow nine Jey through the weeds. The filrips waited long enough te find Tick's magic fairy rap and drop It en hi" head. In n wink .lack changed from i boy te a fairy nnd could flit nleng with the ethers. They came seen te the river. There they found Giant CreNs-Pntch stretched out en the grass, his bare feet over ever hinging the bank. He was fast asleep. Ills fiplipeln was prepped beside him, the line dangling In the water. Seme one else was en the river bank a most peculiar looking chap dressed in a clown suit. The peculiar looking chap was tickling the car of the sleep ing giant with a long twig, and grin ning mischievously ns the gfnnt drowsily tried te brush the twig nwny. "Sv! Sav! Say! That's the cob- Hn aiant!" wrcamed Policeman Blue Jnv. "Watch him!" As they watched him the goblin giant thought of a new trick. He took' n llsh llsh line irnm his Decket nnd looped one end ever the glnnt's left big tee, doing this se carefully mat tne giant am net unke up. ... The goblin giant then threw the free end of the line ever a tree branch that overhung the river. Thli done, he tied the end te the giant's own flshline. The giant was thus fastened by his tee te Ms own hook nnd line. ' All the time the giant goblin was doing this he kept grinning nnd chuck ling. It was plain lie was up te some take en Oinnt Cress-Patch. Ha nuickly showed what the Jeka was. He threw a stone into the water, where it made n great splash. At the tome moment he let out a big yell: "Fish! You've get n bite!'1 Giant Cress-Patch, startled by the yell, jumped te his feet. He saw the water rippling back from where the etene had landed. "Whoopee!" shouted the giant. "I've caught a whopper! The giant grabbed his fish pole and gave a mighty jerk. And then he found that he had indeed caught a whopper. He had caught himself. "Woepce! It's a whale!" yelled the giant, and he gave a second jerk harder than the first. That jerk pulled his feet right out from under lilm. Over he went en the slippery bank, and.thcn down, ker splash ! into the water. t'p he came, thrashing and splutter ing. He still clung te his pole, and he still thought it had hooked a big fish. He jerked a third time n Jerk se mighty that he jerked himself right under the water. "He! He! He! He! He! He!" laughed the goblin giant. "That's funny!" Giant Cress-Patch came up again, thrashing and spluttering. He saw the laughing goblin giant. He lifted up his own sere tee nnd looked nt it. He saw the line going ever the tree branch. He knew then that he had been tricked. "Yeu will. net think it is se funny when I catch you," he yelled, and start ed up the bank. But the line was still fast te the tree. It held back the giant's tee nnd tripped him. Down ha tumbled en his face, while the goblin giant ran nwny as fast as he could. PLAN MERGER OF 4 SYNODS Eastern Penna. Lutherans Try te Abolish Overlapping of Werk The mergfr nnd redisricting of four Lutheran Synods of Eastern Pennsyl vania will be considered by the Lutheran Ministerlum of Pennsylvania when It meets next week in Old St. Jehn's Lutheran Church, ltnce street below riitli. 'I he merger preposition is of great interest t Lutherans becnuse it Indirectly affertu the constituency of the Mount, Airy Theolegicnl Seminary, the Jiettyburg Theological Seminary. Muh lenberg Colleges and. all told, a hnlf hnlf dejen cellppes nnd seminaries. Tremendous overlapping Is hampering the work of four Synods namely, the East Ppiinsyhanin, the Ministerlum of lennsjlvanin, the Susquehanna and Central Pennsylvania ajul n Committee n the Relation of the Mlnistpriiim 10 tlicr Lutheran Bodies Weiking in the Samp or Adjacent Territory, has been trjmg te nuUc at a tmtisfurtnrv solu selu solu tlen of the problem. The Itc'v. Dr Ocergp GppliPi-t, of Tnmnqiin, will rc rft the. findings of this committee lun the Minibtcrlum begins its work. POLISH SCULPTOR WEDS Szukalskl te Give Up Art and Raise Pigs, He Says Chicago. June 1. (By A. P.) Miss Helen Le-iivp Walker, daughter of Dr. Samuel J Wnlker, Chicago phjelcian, jas married last night te Stanislaw SsukaNkl. Peli-h sculptor. SzukalMri's arrival last week with the announcement of his appreaehinz CrrT .'?. 'Mlss Ikcr caused a flurry In Chicago social circles. Szu kalskl. son of a blacksmith in Poland, and who gained recognition n America as n sculptor, said a few dns age he hp'n,l m fe'lT? "" tl,ls. .werl nn(1 Pigs. rhey left last night for Terente ami a honeymoon in the Canadian After-Dinner Tricks j k J Ne. 177Te Clianr. U'.f.. . of Mltir lWivf ' 1S ,thrown evcr nPa "'ha-Hcl lift ,'t.!l '" ss the PttMeil ..k '? "rSePllshea by n com cem ber ,? ... '. ' -Wa'Pr te"" ink. Itcmem- will be ,, V,:,n lT ,Ue ink. resulting HI h fm'L'i' fr Practical purposes purposes i'i. i.. i. ablet Kiunn nr water. htndkrrf,iir' "L "rapped ,, iiv inn "Iter bVn .! i v"" ''"leldlng . rlu .. i ','"""rmaueii takes r p.,Mt taa tf.ct 1 itMUlBi? twn ItfllVV awr 1 7i!i I MARY PICKFORD "HAPPY" Court Declilen en Divorce Gratifies Mevie star Carsen. Nev.. Juim 1.Mnry Pick ford s divorce from Owen Moere was sustained jesterdnv wIipii the Nevada SupiPine Court, afflrmed the order of District .Itidgc Frnnk P. Langnn quash ing service of wimmeiiH In the notion brought by Attorney (leitcrnl Fowler te set nsldc the decree granted the movie star, San Francisce, June 1. "I nm very, very happy mere- happy than I can express," said Mary Plckferd. when Informed of the decision of the Nevada Supicme Court upholding her divorce from Owen Moere, nccerding te her counsel. (Invln McNab. who telephoned the news te her in Les Angeles. Te Inapect Museum en Parkway Members of the Fnirmeunt Park Art Association and the City Park Associa te. B.n.',.,.hclr. SUMts vl." Inspect the Philadelphia Museum of Art new under construction en the Pnrkwny nt fj e clock this afternoon. After the In spection they wi.ll hear an address by LI kirk Price en the portico of the Fnirmeunt Water Works. ! m VXiv . vWp ""Xf;"r ,. Tss'OVfm L .. . -J - - ' -1 -" ( n- laV Here's a real treasure from Nature's storehouse TJOOD old Mether Nature has - placed in wheat and barley the wonderful feed properties which build and sustain life and health. Many se-called "refined" feeds are robbed of vital elements which the body needs. Grape-Nuts that famous wheat and barley feed brings you all the natural goodness of the grains in perfected form, ' with a crispness and flavor that charm the appetite. Yeu will find Grape -Nuts an ideal dish for breakfast or supper-time. Ready te serve from the package, with cream or geed milk. Order Grape-Nuts grocer today. Grape -Nuts Made by Pestum Cereal Company, Inc. Battle Creek, Mich, V Yeu can't as Ne reduce irilliillll I mill II if.i.ln . ' z "zzZ AHea ill j&b I City Changes Herse Peed lidding A new; method of contracting for feed for horses owned by the city was nnneuueed today by Herace MeFmhen, nctlng purchasing agent. The cltS-'hiix Geerge Allen, inc. 1214Chestnut Street 1214 Summer Hats for Summer Wear at Lewer Prices All our smart Summer Hats have been reduced many te half price. The values are irresistible, you will surely agree. Yeu will find in this sale just the extra hat you want for every warm-weather need, and at a price that will astound you. 3BMs&iarsKaA WTO' mam r, - . i-nrr . rimy.!,. isaBiSHVS from your the Bedy Builder beat Cream Buttermilk a Spring Tonic Sir, there is nothing else just Buttermilk te eive a fel this time of year. It he his ever-weight, tee. GOLD MEDAL CREAM BUTTERMILK One of the SUPPLEE-WILLSJONES Products A wonderful spring tonic for business men school children everybody. Order by phone, or from the driver of our wagon which passes your home. Alse at soda fountains and restaurants. SUPPjLEE-WILLS-JONES been divided Inte sixteen districts and separate contracts will be awarded for each area. Bids will be opened June 1L The procedure used previously wns te let one centrnct covering all the municipal Mablea. e Si minis ( thJ wMllW WC "There's a Reason" GOLD MEDAL CREAM BUTTERMILK j like geed Cream ew the toning-up he needa ps a man who is dieting te WANAMAKER'S The Wanamaker "MMMiWMPWMWiMiMWWWMMMBMMIIIWBBWWMBMIMMMIIiaaMMBMMWBIBIMIMMMMMW Summer Frecks With All the Airy Charm of June Colorful as flowers and quite as fresh, these de lightful Summer dresses open vistas of all sorts of geed times vacation fun in town or country, seaside trips or mountain jaunt. Materials are better than they have been in years. Ginghams, for instance, are of remarkably geed quality, and frocks of fine imported material can be had for as little as $4. Organdies arc sheer and fine and of exquisite coloring. The Plenty of Dark Voiles Navy blue and black voiles show small white figures or dots and are made in the conservative styles best suited te these materials. Women find them per fect for street wear in Summer. Gingham Dresses, $2.50 te $8 Organdie Dresses, $3.50 te $23.50 Linen Dresses, $10 te $25 Voile Dresses, $5.50 te $16.50. (Market) The Surf Stere Opens With "Three Cheers for the Water! aaaML yvSr iaMf Geed-Looking Bathing Suits Start at $1.75 ! A pretty black sateen suit is i trimmed with black-and-white. There are about fifty styles be tween this price and $5. There are many interesting and colorful knitted wool suits this year sizes 34 te .16 at $4.50 and en up te $7.50. i Pretty silk suits are $"."."). Knicker bloomers of black sateen are $1.75; of taffeta or satin, $5.50. i (Murkrt) Vacation Luggage, $5 Suit cases, traveling bags and hat boxes, each for $5. Many of these were made te our special order, after our own specifications, and are the best value that we have seen in many years for $5. Fer instance, black fabric is used in the enamel goods instead et the usual white material. This means that it will preserve its appearance long after the ether kind has cracked and shown the white backing. Other points of finish, usually found enlv in expensive luggage, have been embodied in these geed things. Hat Bexes, !e Of black enamel fabric in round or square shape, 18 inches across. Round boxes are bound with tan or black; square ones with black. Beth are prettily lined. Traveling Bags, $5 Black or tan cowhide bags, leather lined and soundly con structed. 18-inch size suitable for either men or women. Ontrnl) Women's Oxfords and Mary Jane Pumps at $6.50 Pair flood, conservative oxfords, tee, looking like mere than their price, because of their excellent lines and careful finish They are of black calfskin with full wing tips, small, neat perfora tions, welted soles and low heels. The Mary Jane pumps are of fashionable patent leather with the regular instep straps and low heels. (Cheatnut) JUNG frock sketched is a ruffled or gandie at $10.50. Linens here come the smart sports frocks are in the soft, lovely shades that seem te be found only in linen. Mauve tints, amber, light yellow, I gray, sKy blue, pmka with just a touch of orange, white and i se en. Everything is away down in price! We can't keep the geed news, se have te tell it first of all. And such bathing suits and such caps and such shoes such every thing for that best of times in the water! Whether it's te be the roar rear ing, tumbling, stinging surf of the shore, the velvety coolness of the quiet stream, or the peel in the city, there is something here for every woman and child te wear! Caps Begin at 12c and geed rubber caps in plain diver shapes. Hundreds of ethers are lnc te $1. Shoes and slippers arc 38c te , $1.90. Tights Begin at 7ec Women's well-made, closely knitted tights of lightweight black cotton nre in sizes 28 te 46 at 75c. Part-wool tights are in sizes 28 te 34 at $1.65; 36 te 46 at t4An'M, .... ..... e are $25 (Thik of what thev were last year:) Suitcases. S5 A deep case with a tra. is of i black enameled fabric with leather corners. It has a geed lock, short straps aciess the top 1 and a lid support. 24 and 26 inch , sizes. A woman'.-, case, in dull .. bright enameled finish, has two locks instead of strana nH is ,,, tne it, ii, -j and 21 inch sizes. 1, 1922 Down Stairs Stori Men's Navy Blue Suits, Of All-Weel Serge With Twe Pair of Trousers, $30 The serge is of the best grade we have had thii season, a fine even weave of standard quality in ft geed dark blue that will held its color. Coats are made with two or three buttons and are suitable te wear with white flannel trousers. '-' Careful Wanamaker tailoring throughout and fine value for any man's $30. Fittings in all regular sizes. (Gallery. Mnrkel) Men's Half Hese Special 12V2C In black, cordovan, navy and gray worth getting at least a I pair of each! They arc of fine ' cotton, closely knitted and re inferced. Pure Silk Half Hese Special 50c Of pye thread silk, with mer cerizr1 cotton tees, (heels and tops, the half hose are in cordo van, black, navy and Russian calf. (Oallery, Mark) w Leng White Gloves ferWeddings and Commencements Special, $2.65 Beautiful gloves, twelve-button length, of fine white glace lambskin, soft and elastic! They are everseam sewn and have Paris-point backs. Surely the best that can be said of any glove is just what we say about these fine enough for a bride! (Central) Astonishing News! The First Felt Hats Appear $6 and $8 The first comers are in every ! color of the rainbow and many mere and what delightful hats I they are! Little turn-up. or turn-down hats, large, graceful shapes, medium size , hats they're all here. And each is I an unusual, individual style that one would cheese as a complement te a smart sports suit or frock. Ideal vacation hats, for they will de any occasion justice. Fer trimming they show little quills and feathers, unusual ribbon or bird ornaments, and some of them are combined with straws. White Felt Hats, S3.85 wAVJAzXlifc' smM sports shapes that a" (Mttrliet) June Waist Sale $1.35, $1.65, $1.85, $2.25 rresh white blouses in dimities, voiles, batistes and novelty white materials. Coel and just right for Summer wear with sports skirts and suits and with sweaters. Plenty of Peter Pan vu.mie WI s,,uare necKs, long or Miirkrt) Oval Plaited Rag Rugs i .,u.:.T,B W'C qr,u iidi equais me quaint ZT I ?" , quick,y ff,ve atmosphere te a place rented Many people take up carpets and heavy rugs and use bare floors with a few oval rugs here I and there. The floors can then t be washed or oiled and the rus laundered when soiled, and that's ' all there is te it! i We wish te emphasize that l( llrntiiiit Clearaway of Handsome Capes, Wraps and Coats $35 te .$75 Women who op luxurious things will appi relate these leely wraps, full of charm, distinction and sound weith. Most of them are of the newer, finer, softer Behuas, lined with heavy Canten crepe, lustrous and beautiful. The fashionable and ec plcasing shades of giay giay brewr.s are here, many of them, warm browns, rich hennas, tan, a few blues and some wraps in black Mostly there is but one or two of a kind. These are the wraps that women want for the seashore, the mountains vacation anywhere. They are wraps that lend or enhance distinction immediately they are worn. (Mark) WANASlAltll Vi." i Men's Summer Bathrobes, $5 Light, Summer stripes in men'i robes of terry cloth or madraa a geed variety, generously cut, Madras robes are particularly geed for week-end trips, a they take but little space in a travw cling bag. (Oallcrr, Market) J( Men's Athletic Combinations, 75c Fine checked nainsoek suits made In the most comfertabl of all styles for men's summer underwear. (Gallery. Market) short sleevi i'es. charm of oval rae ruus ' cnarm et oval g rugs! What that comfortable homelike for the Summer these arc a heavy pradp of rag rugs, made of fresh, clean, clearly colored rags bright in appear ance and heny enough te lie flat. 18x36 ins.. $1.7.". 27.'l ins., $4 2436 ins. $2.25 30x60 ins., $5 3672 ins., $7.5(1 ' ' i Lin I iw 7- ifflV irf-5( I fa ftVVi f ,yflliiOny iiifflll' '&e$ ' Ifa In ' i ' H IV 1 III ' I ill I r $65 pr i&m m 7 4 v & At -A "r v 'Ir-'-'M T Ah- , N r art .