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Psrisul isttniiiea ClliUt Jtttr. ararni The finest Butter in America: f &ueu&i 44 lb Sold only in our Stores iiflrmrftui il jtT v tf ?Qlt iiiiimiuHiti'ieiiriiiuiai'iiiiiiiiii' Don't envy the girl with a clear skin use RESINOL Soefhinq &nd He&linq Seap and ointment They gently cleanse irritated pores, overcome roughness, subdue ufly blotches, and usually produce skinnealth Have a healthy skin thai everyone admires. At all druggists k " "j , A fcTTTTTTTi THE PEOPLE'S FORUM 5SP:I 1 i r...i. . ' ' tilaf i I llnilVlillUll "tnii "" 'nrp r i I" , " ' "" -"" " t.4 1 AB8ENC8 MAKBS' IWR MAM' OltOW' itA'J'faOA'BlR'ttJI v ' I rnMPPt siirrRSS mL II HV Letters te tlie Editor Te Question for Statesmen the JJdlter of the tficnliie i'uMfr Ledger: Sir "Whnl'M mi Ainuifir tlip MOC- ters?" EVENINO 1'UDI.IU IiEIIOEU, June 2. With "dfcencc vanlslilng." ns shown by statistics and history, obUeusl.v the iat and pertinent answer of "Mr. Common People" te the liEDer.n s in quiry would be: AMiy should we worry? Hut with the doctors It Is altogether different. Disease is vanishing. And being up nguinst Increased ex pense for education, equipment and maintenance, there surely in something serious "up among the doctors." These doctors who function add te the potential nluc of the community hew can this be done en nn empty stomach? The conclusion of the whole matter Is this: The State should by statute put en Its iinvrell one doctor per every 5000 Inhabitants, whose entire energy. time and talent should he deveteil as per announced purpose and program te the practice of preventive medicine. The cost of this would be apprexi mately $i"000 per year per doctor, presslen we can knew of the God head ;" I would Miy that man is net nn expression of the Godhead at all, Since mankind's fall In V.Aen man's Imoge hns been marred by sin, und there Is no tin in the jwrsenallty of Ged. Christ, the Sen of Ged, Is the only expression of the Godhead we can knew and we knew Him through the Scriptures of the Old nnd New Testa ment and also by Ills giaclutis Indwell ing. ills atonement en Calvary is the only means wherewith a fallen and sin-marred human race can be made again In the Image of Its Hem only Father. STAXLKY II. MILES.. Middlctewn, l'a.. .Tunc 0. 1022. Sunday Scenes In City Streets Te the Editor of the irit(n7 TuMle Ledger: Sir Without a doubt it Is a dis grace te w-elk along some of these streets In West Philadelphia en Sunday. It Is nearly ns bail as the l'ast Side in New New Yerk, near the Howery. And who arc these offender? KusMnn, Greeks and ethers from that part of the glebe. They don't have any mere resard for our Sunday than they de for their own. Why, they don't knew the meaning of the word Snvleur. Their Ged Is the dellnr, and the American people are te blame. When all the stores nre rleed, the But apphlng the old axiom here, that ' ones run by Americans, thee I.urepcans .?.." A. . IM..am11.u.1a........ . . iiu.l TnlfllA Jill. mi' (uimtt'u in Billy )ri.ii uuu iuitiw uui laws by profiteering. We passed n law some years age where any one keeping a store open en Sunday was fined ?"."0. nnd they used te arrest dozens every Sunday en Seuth street. Why doesn't the ndmin ndmin tstrntlen enforce the laws Instead of hnrplng about n few boys playing hall en Sunday? Why shouldn't the boys play hall? It Is an American game, nnd their broth ers and fathers feusht for this country, nnd te think n let of geese from Kurepe can centinunlly violate our laws and get away with It is mere than I can understand. Foreigners have the best of every thing In our big cities, It seems. Anyway, I guess they are afraid of the alien vote. CITIZEN. 839 Windser place. Philadelphia. June 12, 1022. H.A.WEYMANN&SON VICTROLAS KBfSv eriS Why delay? Once you realize hew easy and convenient it is te own a Victrela, you will have one. Come in , and let us show you our selec- tien of Victrelas. Our payment plan is made for you. 'everything musical WMANN mmamm r.mti... .. uww M doctor would be ns useful as sixteen or dlnary doctors. Doctors, en the ncragc. are sup- peed te earn ,$2000 per annum. Which being granted. Hie prevenuve nlen would effect an annual saving of 27.000 te the community. Where is tne sinteMiinu who is unmu unmu vislened, forceful and re-eurccful enough te write this In the law? DIl. GLASGOW. Bristel. Pa., June 12. 1022. Invisible Government Te "i- Editor at th' F.venlitp T'ltihc Ledger! Sir "titles nre ruled, saw nn eui tntlal in the Emm.ne Prw.K Lcihieb of June 0, "bv invisible government directed by and for the political under world A ward under a ward boss Is n feudal holding." The. very day after that appeared thorn worn thrown tin te us In the news column of the rress the names of for ty-eight ward autocrats rneen in rep resent these feudal holdings In the Re publican City Committee, the organism In this ns in ether cities which held tlir. nn.ltle.il raste firnilv in the feat of patronage nnd the profits of publle office. I'ublic emce Dcing the tie tnat diihis, It was but natural te notice that fully half the number of the forty-eight wunl oligarchs were them'elvc-" conscien tiously in possession of remunerative public positions. Three held munifi cently nlarled count eilices with large entourages of placeholders under them. Among ethers nre noted five City Ceuncllnien, three Stnte Senators, two Congressmen, two Ileal Estate Askcs srrs, two Mercantile Appraisers, u Po lice Magistrate, a State official with lucratlte possibilities In addition tn his salary and u responsible officer of the Federal Treasury Department in Phila delphia, parading before the eyes of the government civil service his proficiency In the party political management of n West Philadelphia ward. All except the jHillee magistrate ab sorb from $.-)0)0 te $10,000 nnnunlly each from the reservoir of public funds. Three in the llt arc olheehe!i!er.s emeritus, retired in opulence but still In sympathetic touch with the general autonomy of ofiiceheldlng. We hear much new und then of class government. What can surpa's the unity of class consciousness in this olleehelding sect? Securely intrenched In the machinery of the ballet and In a hedj of election laws that adroitly per petuate the germ of partisan pellticnl control, they leek upon the unorganized masses of citizenry with about the same shade of hostility nnil defiance that a community might feel for a public enemy. Ei en the personal legtstrntlen act keeps consistently te the beaten path of party regularity. Petitions will be filed by July 20 with the Registration Commission for the appointment of four registrars in each of the H.iu election districts of this city. The appointments are made annually in August. With n few exceptions, comparatively negligi ble, one-half the cirtire number ere the patronage of the organisatien machinery of the wards. Petitions without limit may be filed, but the ukase of the ward committeemen will determine, without controversy thee that will be approved. The appointments ns a rule ere In rcc ognitlen of party aid or sjmpathy with these In control of the machinery of organization. Seme day In the far-off future ilu-re may be n nnn-partluii framework of the ballet in Pennsylvania under n new or revised State Constitution. Hut the horizon l as yet very dim. E. Lawrence Fell, chairman of the Philadelphia Registration. Commis sion. In a statement in the Kvcmse Prin.ic LEDQEIt of May IS. under the heading. "New My Idea Is This!" em phasized as one of the ndvnntagi's of the registration net the extinction of the se-called "phantom vote." Ne one would be e rude ns te challenge Mr. Fell's icw. and certainly no one bold cnuugh without proof. Hut In the heavily enrolled machine wards one may be forgiven the reflection that the remark is at least tinctured with opti mism. Commissioner Fell observed that ecry colored woman In Philadelphia hud been registered and that "they had taken advantage of the privilege meie than the women of any ether clnss." This should net Imply unusutil volition en the part of the colored woman any mere than the non-colored woman. It merely signifies energetic volition en the part of the committeeman and the party worker te Fen that dependable voters arc qualified. The some thing would epply te the colored elector of the oppo site sex. end doubtless doe. The Twenty -fourth Wnrd. once an Impregnable fortress of the independ ent voter, hns had a large influx of racial population In Inte jears, which with ether changing elements Is rapidly moving the ward Inte the rank of n machine bailiwick. In time the ward may drift te a close parallel with the old Seventh Werd, where for many ears It has been possi ble te closely 'ipprexlmnte the vote at an election before the polls open without waiting for the monotony of counting It. E. P, II. Philadelphia, June 11, 1022. Belief In Personal Ged 7c the Editor at the Kvening rublic Ledger: Sir I wish te take Issue with these persons who nre attacking the hellers of Mr. Iiryun concerning the evolution- nrv theory. The conception of the Godhead thev would substitute for Mr. lirynn's belief Is utterlv fereleu te the clenrly express ed definition In the Werd of Ged. I mnlntaln tlint it Is net "kinder gnrtenlsh" te exalt Christ te the throne of Deity, for the Hihle cleerlj Icnchei' that Christ as the necend person of the Trinity is equal In power and glory with the Father; Theinnsr addressed Christ as "my Lord nnd tny Ged!" nnd wn mildly rebuked for net believing It be fore. Was Christ nn Imposter then? I lind sixteen dlffeient naines clearly signifying Dei y i.pplled te ChrKt In the Itlble, se that rather than calling this "an unblblcal be'lef" It Is the only scriptural viewpoint we can have of Christ, lie In Ged. ' Mr Drysn'H assailants are wrong also la stating that "man is the only ex- Questions Answered Locomotive Postage 8tamp Te lie ;;jter e the Kvening Publte Ledger: Sir I hnve In my possession an old lhre cer.t postare stamp bearing the picture of a ocemotlvc. Will seu please tell when Iheie atamps were Issued? INQUlStTIVD. Philadelphia, June 0, 1D22. The blue three-cent stamp taeue of 18(10 had the tngrnvlne of an old-fathleneil loco motive. Largest Weighing Machines Te th Editor of the Evening Puolte Ledger: Blr Where are the largest weUrhlnc ma chines located? J. O. BARNES. rhlladflphla. June 0, 1022. The machine at Watervltet, N. T,, Ar senal, uaed for welching rum, hai a ca pacity of 803.000 pound. Th lara-cst rail read or track ecalea are auapended plat- rerm scales in tne west Albany yard nf the Kew Yerk Central Railroad. Theie have a capacity of SL'S tone. Cartoons Drawn With Pencil Te the Editor of the Evening Public Ledger: Sir Can newspaper cuts be made from penciled cartoons? Deean't your Mr. Sykea draw his line car toons by pencil? ' Will seu pleate explain the dlatlnetlen between "pica" and "elite" type as applied te typewriting machlnea? R. KERSHNER. Tamaqua, Fa., June 8. 1022. Newspaper cuts can and frequently are made from penciled drawinaa. The pencil should be very heavy and black tn order te be photographed, although lead-pencil draw ings can be reproduced by the "half-tone" preceie. Mr. Sykea'' cartoons are drawn with heavy black crayon The names "pica" and "elite" are descriptive of distinctive type uaed en writ ing machines. James S. Douglass, nrlstel, Pa, Consult advertising columns of newapapera and city and telephone directories for Information you request. Poems and Songs "Absence Makes the Heart," Ete. Te th Editor of the Eventna Publle Ledaer: , sir Will you be Und enough te print the I old poem, "Absence Makes the Heart Grew Fender." and oblige. EXILE. I Philadelphia. June 10, 1023. FONDER Sweetheart. I have grown se .lonely. Living thus away from seu: I'er t leve you, nnd you only. Still t wonder If you're true. 1 regret the harsh word spoken,. Thai I knew have caused seu pain. And my heart Is nearly broken Say you love me once again, CHORUS Absence makes the heart grew fender I That la why I long for you. ' Lonely thre" the nights 1 wander, Wend'flng. darling, If yeu'ra trua. Distance only lends enchantment, The' the ocean waves divide Absence makes the heart grew fender, Longing te be near Jejr aide. v lis a the love that one waa dearer Than all els te m grown cold? Or has absence drawn ua nearer Te each ether of old? Premts Iben you will net sever Frem the tie that bind u two! Bay you will be mln forever Tell m that you still are tm. He Likes the Forum Te the Editor of the Evening Public Ledger: Kir Am very desirous of obtaining th two penii, "Ounga Din." by Kipling, and Mi...! and M'lllU'a Prayer." Pleaae And Inclesed stamped and addressed envelepapr I'd also like te take this opportunity of pressing my deep Interest -and appreciation of your Forum. It afford me a great deal of pleasure. T. T. Philadelphia, June 8, 1022. Asks for Twe Old Songs Te the Editor 0 the Eventna PliBtle Ledger: Sir i would appreciate It very much It ou could publish In the Forum two old songs, one of which gees something Ilk this: "A sour hair grew whiter, I will love you mere. Though your vys were brighter In the day of yore, And as your footstep falter My love will ver alter." , That Is all I can remember of that en. The ether contains their line: "If you live te return, Teu can tell them 1 are gene, Lying In a Hrltlsh eldler'a grave. Tell my aged mother net te weep for m. Fer In the battle I took a noble part." I think Sergeant Hoever, of Lancaster, must have left out at least two line of the last verae of "Twe Little Olrli." I cer tainly would appreciate locating them. MRS. W. P. QARRETT. Philadelphia. June 5. 1022. The reeple' Forum will appear dallr In the Evening FuMl Ledger, and also In the Sundav, Publle Lednr- Letter discussing timely topic will be. printed, n well aa requested poem, and 4uestln of general Interest will be answered. 'Unchckd WASTE -In 'paring vegetables .1 Eatravaganc Continued Eatrav aganc mean Fllur CLAD'S PARER turn WASTE Inte WEALTH KileW EejaissMtt for Hettls sss RuUsrsstt VICTOR V. CLAD CO. 'll12l S. 11th St. tHTl fpl "A 2 ilsaMiaaaaaailMflMBMlB I nXZSaaSiafrD "" II I iMMPn H " i J lUwiav 'J I WV jlW? White Porcelain Enameled Gas Ranges Automatic Oven Heat Control If Dealred Roberts ft Marnier Stere Ce. hulava Cat Companies and Dealers FRANKLIN AT RIGHT the first Franklin ever sold, as it leeks today, 20 years later. Seated in it are S. G. 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VV;;I1 Twenty years age June 19th, the first Franklin was sold and te the owner of a water-cooled car: Today the Franklin is selling faster than any ether car of its class. $1950 FRANKLIN MOTOR CAR COMPANY 2314-22 Market Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. Once a Knight Owner Always a Knight Owner gW saaasf fc Mevm CAM The use of the KNIGHT meter correctly engineered and built, coupled with chassis and coach work of the better grade, is the reason for the advancing popularity of the STEARNS-KNIGHT. It is the biggest money value e)n the market today. Open Car, $2250 SCOTT MOTOR COMPANY 908 North Bread St Phenes t Poplar 3244, 3245, 3246 The Knight Moter at its Best in a Steams I " i 1 $ LOCOMOBILE 1 he last word in dc luxe read travel, the strongest and safest car America has ever produced, second te none in the world. It was never finer than new highly per fected, up te the minute in every small detail. It carries a unique Guarantee, proving the economy of its excellence. It will be kept in the lead by the men who made it famous, and who have dedicated themselves te its perfec tion, working en their old policy of limited production te insure the highest quality. THE LOCOMOBILE COMPANY Philadelphia Branch 2330 Market Street LE qp qggF "Hp-SiBc f'nmden Franl.lln-.MtKe mm Ce,, Inc. H'eat t'lieler Weed & Tnyler llrlstel Franklin Moter Cur Ce. llurllugten Nw JeMejr Automotive Ce, Ileil Hank Red Hank Moter Car Ce. I.ukewoed Tliemn C, Drewn Kaaten 8. A. Teel Uonger -B, A. Teel Atlantic CityFrank J. Chamber Clearfield Market Btreet Aute Sale Ce., Trenten Moter Shep, Inc. Kullels Kf Ant aarvle C. Inc. Instant Approval of this Great Car with 31 new improvements at a tremendous REDUCTION te $ JL qJ yv7 . e. b.fattery is shown in the sweeping demand which inunedi ately followed the announcement. 150 further reduction en top of 655 already made! "Every one who has ever driven this car knows It's a Great Car! STEPHENS 37 horse-power 18-20 miles a gallon 2 te 60 miles in a flash Nen-Skid Cord Tires Hand-built Coachwerk Real Leather Upholstery Comfortable Alley Springs Easiest Steering and Control TRAYLOR MOTOR COMPANY i?"1 N""TII ItRO.Ul hTIIKKT nuAvni-L. '!!" Kt milieu, I'hene tarunt fluie STEPHENS MOTOR WORKS, Freeport, IIL mrwwtmcv, isppnancta, "fvwerfMy CapiUukta i, 'W 'i S ) JsT i il ' la m tfeZi ' J&. i, Sf-Jijili 1. 1 r . . .A-Sii! MXEtAi&Z.