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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, July 05, 1922, Night Extra, Image 3

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5IXTH TIME FOR STORE
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- C'ntuinbtn nvcniic. nt .1 X. e clock
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nt Fifteenth mill emnium iniiiin-.
1.011ns Dclmiev. wntchmnn nt the
r heiinl h ""ISC nt the rnnr. Ah
rwrlicil the iloer he lienriJ the crash
'.... nn.i rnn back, hut the
FAber bail disappeared.
W5P. .. .- .1.- .lr i nttpinnt te rob the
...In1 tin- Inst two years. It blfn
?Hil 1p ermlneil what the vnllCr. of
Ptl cVnlnii eoedi I". Ill the. window
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PAUPER PRINCESS IN FUNDS
Ruitlan Refugee Leaves Here for
New Yerk by. Twin
Prince Kltznbetji Tcbernltchcff,
who walked here from WnnhliiRten n
few ilnj's age, rcMiined her journey te
New Yerk today. 'Hie I'rlncess wiim
nennllcRst upon her nrrlvnl In Phila
delphia, but nmih supplied with money
nt the Heuse of Industry. 71(1 C'utliurlnc
vtiect, where nIic Btepped te rest.
The PrlnceH left by the 7 o'clock
trnln en the lViiiiKlviitiln ltnllrend.
"When I get te New Yerk," she snld,
"I will be nble te carry out my plans,
which I hnve had In mind for home
time, I believe my f-en Is In New
Yerk, nnd after I lind hlm I will take
stcpH te recover some of my rightful
possessions."
Princess TcherMtcheff'M husbnnd
owned vnlunble mines In Hussln. prier,
te his asynsslnntlen by the HeHicvlki,
nt which time the Princess lied te this
country.
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ALARM KILLS FIREMAN
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fnlnr Wns .?:?0.000 worth of jewelry.
'TdRhbers en Seventeenth street mli
TMt after the cmsii
1
that
At the corner
ttrpet nnd Columbia
K n nluhtgewn; in which the brick
if, Seventeen"!
,IML. .. rniMinil. wns found.
rnnllne te the store watehmnn he
n taxlcab drive round the block
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Getting your
engravings
when you
want them is usually a
matter of mathematics.
Getting them the way you
want them calls for ability,
experience and skill. That's
kvhere we come -in.
The Che'Tnutj?treet
ENCRdKINCCe!
E.C0R.ir-SCHEur7tt
He bellcvc-i n stone was
IfliB In aealru-t the icnr of the bulhliiR.
VKl .i... rnni- of the same store ear lv
L. Time 8. a robber suspect wan shot
J Wiled by Wllmer SehwehmbcrB.
til wrrs-eas veteran, et JU.li .eitli
'januaPy lb'. Chnrles Frederick
itl, (lip Mil. hunt uiuiiiii Avnii uii'ii
IZSkw the Hterr. "Frcuy" Muth
la kidnapped in.inOS.
m. Xnrlv' yesterday, broke the large
Sue Bin" window of the Walter
fcker store en Seuth Penn square and
I A. Mint Arcane, uirccuy m-ress irem
,he .Mini . '. . llw .:., ,,,,
'g'.ctetiln valued nt $110.
The same band, It Is believed.
.m.,hfd the display window of the
SSS Drew Shep, at Twenty-second
I Cambria streets. Clothing valued
I? $200 was carried away.
A lone Miiasher. a woman, the police
.t robbed the display window of W.
u Stelgcrwnld, at li20 Chestnut
Sreet of a pnlr of woman's slippers
5nd slecklnRH. The robber get away en
moteric --,
Veteran of Camden Force Dies After
Falte Call Frem Near Heme
A false alarm of flre turned In from
the neighborhood of IiIm home se un
nerved Jnmes McDnile, sixty-five yenis
old, of Engine Company Xe. C, Cam
den, that he died In tlie engine beuse
last night of heart failure.
MeDnde lived at AV2 North Frent
street. The alarm came In shortly
after 11 o'clock. Seme ene remarked
Ihnt It was near SIcDade s nemc. He
urged Jhe men te get there with nil pos
sible speed.
On returning te the flreheusc Me
Dnde complained of feeling ill. A few
minutes Inter he died. He was onCef
the eldest firemen In Camden.
SHORE TRAINS BRING
25,000 BACK TO CITY
PottHellday Traffic Breaks Recerd.
60,000 Autes Return
A sunburned and weary but happy
crowd of holiday merrymakers rushed
back te the city last night, but far less
nggresslvcly than It hnd rushed away
three or four dns age.
Each shore trnln that stenmed Inte
tlie terminals carried a throng of
beach-tanned week-enders, Just ns
eager te get Inside tlieir Hemes as tliey
bad been te get out of them last Sat
urday. Tlie post-helldny pnRRenger traffic
breke nil records for numbers.
The Pennsylvania and the Phllndcl-
LWY
Steel Lockers
Shelving & Sheet
Steel Specialties
DARBY STEEL EQUIPMENT CO.
.57 tdBana 4n
EDWARD DARBY SONS CO.
1922 Qermantewn Ave., Philadelphia
Pll Columbia 4464 Keyttene Park 4626
1 window In the store of Samuel
Welssinan, at 3000 (iermnntewn uc uc
ene, also was smashed. A kedak wus
Itelen. ,
FIREWATER UPSETS ENVOY
Chippewa Chiet, aeeKing a New
Treaty Ter I HOC, nuuucu ncrc
,i llpiluimr. representing 12S0
members of the Chippewa tribe, has n
complaint which he says he will deliver
te rrfsltlciu linriiuiK- '- "" nuiu
Chippewa Hills, Kan.
it nrrivpil here jcstcrdar afternoon
cm" his way te Washington te sec nbeut
t new treaty for his, tribe. He met
lemc men in Bread Street Stutien. They
live him some firewater nnd while he
was en his way te Vlnelnnd with them,
believing he was bended for Washing Washing
ten, he was robbed of $000 when he fell
asleep.
Spectacle Dealer Robbed
Thlees entered the establishment of
Bitry E. Davis, dealer In tortoise shell
rims for glasses, at 807 Snnsem street,
jn.irdn, by forcing a second -story
rear window. The place was ransacked.
Police were unable te determine the
talue of the articles stolen because of
tbelr inability te get in teucii witn tlie
enncr.
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A carefully planned
direct-mail advertising
campaign may solve your
selling problem.
The Helmes Press. 'Printers
1315-29 Cherry Street
PhlUdelphU
v
It s horse sense that te
held their shape, light
weight clothes require the
best of workmanship
Like Rogers Peet's!
Coel, two piece worsteds. tueeilj and
hiimehDuna Juit m little lining ns coej
ullerlni; will Hermit.
FERRO & COMPANY
Rogers Vcei Clethes
Chestnut St. at Juniper
WA
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Ji NEWtriumpli
astonishing Motorists everywhere
Continental engineers have done it for
Reamer alone. They have built America's star
performer in a six cylinder meter. This new
12XD meter is the last word mere power,
greater speed, vibration eliminated and sur
prising get-away.
A Marvel of Power, Quietness
and Snappy Pick-Up
The design is a masterpiece of balance
you can't find a vibration point at any speed.
Special Lynite aluminum pistons and spe
cial Alley metal connecting reds no whip
in the crankshaft at any speed.
The new
"1 f TX Continental
JLyvJL MOTOR
lw'eUOAMER
This sweet-running, silent meter of astonish
ing performance gives fifteen miles te the gal gal
eonmatch that record in a meter of its size
and power! It has long life and vitality. See
it drive it test it you'll find it only under
the Reamer heed.
BARLEY MOTOR CAR CO., Kalamaioe, Mich.
PHILADELPHIA ROAMER CO.
842 NORTH BROAD ST.
Phene Poplar 2346
II
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'Shake hands with
the sunlight through
actinic glass windows
Utilizing in a com
mercial way the prin
ciple se extensively
employed by opticians,
actinic glass transmits
a soft, pleasing, lumin
ous light easy te the eye.
It excludes 85 of
the ultra-violet (injuri
ous) rays and 55 of
the infra-red (heat) rays.
These are the invisible
solar chemical rays that
hasten the fading of '
colors, are se destruc
tive te rubber fabrics,
and are fatiguing te the
eye.
It is suitable for sky
lights and sidewalU of
factories, trainsheds,
warehouses and- build
ings of all kinds.
It is supplied in two
surfaces, one a fine rib,
the ether a corrugation
like corrugated iron,
and also with or with
out wire mesh in it.
Stnd for ft ampl
Founded 1864
HIRES TURNER
GLASS COMPANY
Manufacturers, Distributors
Exporter
Philadelphia
Rochester Alb.nr Washington
mm
pbla and Rending railroad companies
entlmetc thnt'nt least 1225,000 men,
women nnd children returned te the
city. The Pennsylvania brought back
125,000 while the Rending crtrrlcd 100,
000. Automobiles moved up te the ferries
in n continuous line. The ferry com
panies kept no record of tlie traffic, but
former empleyes sny nt lcnft 50,000
niitomebllcs returned across the Delaware.
BAND CONCERTS TONIGHT
The Municipal Rand Will play tonight
at Mnnnyunk schoolyard, Umbrln and
llcimltage streets.
The Fnlrmeunt Park Band will be at
Uclment Mansion.
VISITH 1IKR OWN TOMnSTONB
With iireparMlnris mnde for Inevllable In
Irrment. I,nura Jpnn I.ll)l-y. creator of n
hundred heroines, la ery much alive. Her
aplcy comment en the "nappcr" nppenra In
the Mairaalne Bittleti of the Hunday 1'tuLlc
I.KtHKR. "MnUe It H hahlt." AilU. ,
Cellins
Batlhis
Electric and Steam Massage
Salt Rubs
NIGHT AND DAY SERVICE
SLEEPING ROOMS NO TIPPING
219.25 NORTH BROAD STREET
STANDARD
EIGHT
The Car With Airplane
Lubrication
Built almost en
tirely in the im
mense Standard
plants, which are
unmatched in facil
ities for production
of meter cars of
highest quality.
Airplane lubrica
tion yields ever 500
miles te a quart of
oil adds years of
life te the meter.
Visit our show
rooms. Ride in the
newMedel 98 Stand
ard Eight. Drive it
yourself and knew
real "meter car efficiency.
EASTERN MOTORS
CORPORATION
Distributors
Urend St. nt Wallace, rhllu.
The Standard Moter Car Ce
Pittsburgh, Pa.
rtlSBAHsSlijft
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PEARLS AND JEWELS
This Establishment enieys international
reputation for supremacy of quality
56th Street
VVba' n - 'i vI
Xjyi
rriFTH
NEW VOKIC
RITZ-CARLTON HOTEL
PHILADELPHIA
57th SUed
Are New Helding
Their Annual
Mid-Summer Sales
Reductions of
V3 teV2
Original Prices
EMBRACING
Tailored Spert and Costume Suits
Day Coats and Evening Wraps
Day Dresses 'Evening Gowns
Tailored and Costume Blouses
Street, Spert and Dress Hats
Sweaters and Skirts
Hand Bags and Vanities
Jacob Reed's Sens
Announce a Semi-Annual
Repricing Sale
It affords us genuine pleasure te again announce one of our
noteworthy Semi-Annual Repricing Sales.
We find that these sales are greatly appreciated by our regular
patrons who are eager te save money en clothing of a quality
with which they are thoroughly familiar, and which they fully
appreciate. In addition te this, the sales are frequently the
means of new customers first becoming acquainted with us
with the natural result that they, tee, become staunch adherents
of Jacob Reed's Sens!
This season's sale is unusually advantageous because our prices through the
Spring have averaged 20 lower than last year and with these substantial
additional reductions, provide an exceptional opportunity te purchase the
highest grade clothing at a moderate expenditure.
The Sale is composed entirely of clothing made en Reed's Standard of Quality,
which signifies the best of fabrics best of tailoring and includes our regular
lines of Spring and Summer weight worsted, unfinished worsted, tweed and
cheviot Suits the finest, shapeliest and most serviceable ready-te-wear cloth
ing manufactured.
The reduced prices are as follews:
$30 Suits are repriced te $24
$35 Suits are repriced te $28
$40 Suits are repriced te $32
$45 Suits are 'repriced te $36
$50 Suits are repriced te $40
Beys' First Leng Trousers Suits. reduced in same proportion.
Alterations charged for at cost.
Closing Heur, 5 P. M. Closed All Day Saturday
9 ,
IONS
$55 Suits are repriced te $44
$60 Suits are repriced te $48
$65 Suits are repriced te $52
$70 Suits are repriced te $56
$75 Suits are repriced te $60
JACOB REED
14244426 Clhiesteimft Street
X,
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If Meney Is Ne Object
don't leek around before buying clothes
but if QUALITY and PRICE are
important, visit several geed stores and
compare with ours quality for quality
and price for price.
PERRY'S
Palm Beach Suits
Frem the cold-water shrinking te even ths
smallest detail of painstaking workmanship,
they speak quality. Our Super-Value Prices
$14.50 and $17
Fine Silky Mehairs
You'll appreciate at once the distinction, rich
ness and coolness of these mehairs. Sizes up
te 52 inches regular, short regulars, stouts,
short stouts and long stouts. Super-Values at
$18 and $20
Featherweight
Tropical Worsteds
Our chief trouble is te keep these cool, hand
some suits in stock. You'll understand why
when you see them and note our Super-Valus
Prices.
$25 and $28
White Flannel
Trousers
Finest quality flannel.
Our Super-Value Price
38.25
Imported
Linen Knickers
The hit of the seaiea
with every golfer.
At Our Super-Value
Price
$4.50
Courteous Perry salesmen will help you
make your best selection from the hug
stock of clothes that require two full floors.
PERRY & CO.
16th & Chestnut
SUPER - VALUES
in Clethes feY Men
(C) 1822. P. & Ce.
We want a few
mere men
at once
SEVERAL openings still exist in our
Sales Department. We desire te fill
them at once. They constitute an un
usual opportunity for a few qualified men
who can measure up te our requirements.
Ours is a large and successful corporation,
backed by mere than thirty of the best indus
trial and technical brains in America. Our
Advisory Beard includes such men as P. H.
Duesenberg, President of Duesenberg Meters,
Inc. ; Dr. Charles P. Steinmetz, Chief Consult
ing Engineer of the General Electric Ce.;
A. Russell Bend, for 18 years Editor of the
Scientific American.
We de net believe in transplanting "high
powered" executives from outside. We make
promotions entirely from our own sales staff.
Naturally we select new men with extreme
care. And our personnel records show us
hew mutually satisfactory and profitable this
care has proved. Every man here is building
solidly for a permanent business future.
Yeu may or may net be the exact type of
man we are seeking. Yeu may or may net
have had selling experience. But three things
you must have: courage, determination and,
that intangible something called "personality.'''
Te arrange for a personal interview, write
at once, giving a fairly complete outline of
your work and yourself. All communications
arc held strictly confidential. Address
DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL,
A 524, LEDGER OFFICE
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