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i$M e-r- 'V- n tr.t n k: i if A-.iWf ii- mwmxw WHY GROW BALD? Our mtrnet of Cnnthir1d. thor ther thor euV.llv rubhrd In 1i wIP Ihrk-i r vk, will itiituia full nretl) of niatreus twlr. unlM in rnej bulbs nre drnil. A Uell(tl ful toilet nrcMaery. Mhlch hn nln nulls' faction for se-nrr "''c a lxltl. LLEWELLYN'S I4hll(tttrlihla'i(tntitl.ird llfURMerr ISIS Chestnut Street T.tewMlln'n Dandruff Inllen. 75c Cuticura Seap Will Help Yeu Clear Your Skin Be4p, Otfitsint.Ttlnin, . emtitr .. . Himrln tlM of MMt UDcrtMIIU. . X. U.14.1. UUI A LIFE OF SERVICE IXnlilUlitd In 1RR4 tt nre ilclntf l.ulne ledv llh th ctilldr'ii iin'l crnii'lchlMrrn of our rllmti of thlrtj-piRht r-nrs ure. Thr nil Ni rrnceti wtty vf hm niAlntatncd the-' ennfldcnrt of our rll'iUH" Abe Kelsky & Ce., Inc. Bliitillnp J Lean .1 wnrliifJrtMa Krai Rstatc Mertpnpes n. w. tint. rir & MAI.MT TS. MICHELL'S CELERY PLANTS Sturdy plants, fresh ever y tiny. Gelden Self Blnnehitijr, Giant Pascal, White Plume, Winter King. Winter Queen, Hrufrscls Sprouts Plants. Late Cabbage Plants, including Red Dutch Seasonable Seeds and Supplies HUMUS An Mal frtllizir rr,,iiatv atlipiM for creulnsr ekr. ale hI! eihr -table, flrmr ami f-r lawn stork (Te:; n i m. daily i P. M. MATIRDWH T.I.OO FRKK 518-516 Market St. The city at your feet The new Lerraine Reef Garden is the jeyfulest din ing place en top of Philadel phia. Come up for luncheon, dinner or for evening danc ing and supper. CAFE LORRAINE Bread at Falrmeunt Avenue Bftzt irejif reef carden rtttaurant. Feed, danclna, music divine. The genuine happiness you find here will brine you back acain. 5ai!Mt fritti ren PepUr 0S20 f.t rtiimli..! Ptrieul laperritieD of Ckatle Jtlir CLAD'S PARERS" COMPEL SUCCESS Unchecked WASTE In paring vegetables Is Extravagance Continued Extrav aganca means Failure CLAD'S PARER turns .'ASTE Inte WEALTH Kitcbea Equipment for Heteli and Reitmrints VICTOR V. CLAD CO. 119 & 121 S. 11th St. IiEtS '2? I 4r i i ' y ' y t- it . . W ' . (. rer all it is a mans v 't fit ! h- 'i m'f drink in crisp and pi J My bracing tang, women fit , like it immensely -J "I rer us vivid flavor It 1 V'A anc rev'v'nS zest I Peacock ill llsBfe i$.- Abevm all tin, you can tmfStf- diptnd en thm purity I I aKMi of It! tt IS ew. I Ip APuritHVnfodef - - . may i haps KILL 3, HURT 32 Bey Hit by Ball Dies Aute Crash Fatal te Weman Man i Drowns in Delaware W FIREWORKS INJURE NONE Tlu'oe prr.nns nre ilrnil nnrl thirty- , two injured n tlie.roetilt of nrrliliuits In iiinl near Philadelphia yesterday. ' Twe worn Injured by relehratlng the, Fourth with lirenrms. One boy vn klllivl at a ball paliin by a batted ball and a .lining woman win rrusliril te i death when an nulei etertiirned. A man dimmed while attetnptine te slm the Delaware Illver. Jehn Jett, eighteen, nf Spring Gnr den street, wiis burned en the pft hand by the pielnature dNehnrgc of n I'mii tli of .Tilly revolver. .Iinnei Jenes, twenty-Mr, a Negro, of I'lililiill I'reet. wiis treated fur a leunslint wound In the rlijlil b'S at St. l.llKe Hospital ntliT a revolt er lie wiis liaiidllng wiw aerideiitallh disehnrced. Jehn Meyer"., fifteen eiir old. .'1717 M lreet, died of n friirtuiisl shall In the Northeast Hospital aftei he bad been ".Iruek by a foul ball when watch i Ins a baebnll sanie at Sedgeley avenue ! and N street. ' ltemptlnng te swim aero-i the Delaware River te Cainden last night. lieerge I.IiiiImi.v. 1!UL' Oxford -treet. llieeaine iwlinuMeil and drowned in ini-l- stream. i Olrl Dies in Aute Accident I The worst of the niile misliiips w.is I the overturning "f mi aiitniiielillr en llar- leii Ill'l iieer lolieroUKb. Misi esp i.iiiinn. of Ieniiee stiuet near M.m-en, slieel, wits se seriously injiited Hint lie died a few heiirn later in tin- Memerial Hospital from a fracture of the skull, t 'buries Schwartz, Scett'si lane and I'ressen street, l.ust FalN. the driver, was taken te the Montgomery Hospital at Norrlstewn. The ethers', who. In addition te Mis' (jnlnn, were taken te the Memerial Hospital, are: Jeseph I.jle. 111 Walnut bine, tirebable frac ture of the skull ; his wife. I .aura, in juries le the bach; Mrs. Marie Maahs. W,r Manii.Mink avenue, fracture of the shoulder; Deminlck O'Detmell, HO'.'Ci Sarah siieet. cul en the head. Alice Triiuber. 112S Maple avenue. West I ri.,Hhl really did vide en a white Manayunk. cuts en bead and body, and hull te the leg church In Plymouth te Paula 1 eefller, l.'ll'l Jiain street, ' marry Jehn Alden was ordered yesfer Maiiavunk. cut en the head I dn at the annual leunlen of the Mid- Five persons were injured and vve'sf Chapter of the Alden Kindred of tweutj -five liaillv shaken up when the America. automobile truck in which the.v were iii,i Miiit'ui.v. i , ii i .i . im i. i in-,. i.-.r riding te a picnic at P.ustletnn upset at Rustleten Pike and Cottman street, a passuiR nureiiinuiiisr. denrgc . bate at the meeting, which was m Reaver, took the Injured te the Prank- tended bv seventy-five of the kindred, ford Hospital. The.v were Mi. Rac Air' .Inn'e Alden liavve. a mi inher. as Hraniiigan. -02 Rust Albert street, toiled that Prlscilla cenuhl net have frueture of the leg; Mr. Mary Scott, riilileu a white bull, ns no cattle were 1!.-'J:5 Almend street. hruiM-s of the leg; imported te Plymouth until four jears ,uin iirn-u iiiii,-ii, -.- .siijit Mi-i vi, onuses ei iiiecncsi; i eier 1 lerhin, i.(s 1) street, bones in fnet broken, and Jamesi Rewan, .1H.V.2 13 Street, right .inkle broken. Steering Wheel Causes Crash Thrown against a telegraph pole when the steering knuckle of the automobile in which she was riding broke just out side of Lnkovveod. .vestentay afternoon. Miss Kntherine Rnuscli. twenty-five vcnr.s old. of L'0I7 CKfurd street. Phila delphia, suffered In juries which may '.lu-e her dentil. She is in n sellout, condition at the Atlantic City Hospital with a fracture of the skull and possibly internal injuries. Three ether members of the party also were Injured. They are: Miss May Smith, of Philadelphia, in Lekewoed Hospital with a broken ankle; Ralph D. P. di Marllne. presi dent of the M.irtine-Pllleger Company, printers, at l'iftei nth and .Mmiiii V,,J.. linn streets, and Lugene A. Sadis, both of whom live at the Riu-Carlten. , ' . Philadelphia. DI Martine s sculp is anil two ei irti ungcr.s aie iireKeu Jii'Mt Hailley. the chuuleur, escapei In jurv . Tluee persons, inelinting two Phlla delphinus, were Injured in a io11Men I between two aillomebiles nil White Herse I'lke iienr Camden lasr night The nuiihlnes stnnk head en and . nniniiintilL .,( lti-i(li , m .. .. nH. 1 .. fien, their senur",,;,;. of Vbe caVs wi," driven bv William McDevitt, 'J.'i:!l Me- iChdlau street and , he ether by tleerge ' M t'i .:..? V 'vlinlm' Ar ' s!,,,,I'i:v,,tn. '"','. nV' (Wi-?.y i'iiiiiir, i tn.ui.) -iii-i uiiu ' inr1 I.nncaster avenue, uni struck by an aiitomehlln driven by Jesejih Plynn", 712,") I'nlen street. It is possible' he has concussion of the brain. Lesing control of his niitmneblln en Terresdnla avenue near Pennvpiiek Creek, Jehn Sullivan, 2010 .North Third street, drove the nuic:.:ni up en ihe sidewalk where It overturned. Pour ethers were in the car but he was the enl.v one hurt. He was treated for cuts and bruises nt the I'mnKn..! Hospital and then arrested for reckless ""fins. Hit by RIKzsteln Aute Dorelnlek t.ratta. IS Halnlir!,! street, was srrueK liy an nuiomebile last night while crossing Walnnr s,,-nn( at Thlit) second. The autonieblle was driven by a man who gave bis im,P , Samuel Illitzsteln. of .:i sr)1,th Peurth street, ami who peliie believe te be the son of the weahhv l'h...idil phla banker, (liana suffeicd mr- and hruiRcs. The breaking of a rear a!e was re- speiisime ler an autnmel) e aeeident ., . , I . ! , . . . , '' ifct night in wh eb Cimmnn 1' - l'HB 111 L 1 If ' 'I ."""" "'nil'-, nun i. en iser nlla, lleU Orchard street. were hilghtlv injuied. When the aile ,rul.e en Prankford avenue below I'nruh street, the rear of the mailune rellapied. The Injured women were taken te the rrnnkferd Hospital. N'T wnere'?.MtS neli" hH.nl " " -' '" Pe ' &n 'he' knew U ,e be JinZ Westnj';!-s',,1r,uueepathlc "'V'U""nt "!" " l)l"Xrivt C,"'rt h"C Hespiial. Laiiibeit was uninjured. i ...W' i , . While phi) ins In front of Ins home. , Ihlrteen ether men. prominent In .li.ei.ii I ..!.. ivi.iivi. w.,, ..i.i .i Jin- banking i ticbs of flkmiilgee ( eiinty and .,M..' u"u" I,urrn-f eimit smnllMiet In the knee by the accidental ills Charles Heller, thirty-one yeius old,1,8 ''"'"' of -111 Klngsley street, Mana.vunk, and I ofVvelfL?,c1' Tfert(1 (',,t, "'''-"" 30 HURT IN TRAIN WRECK of the bead. 'J hey were treated at the - Memerial Hospital In Rnxhoreueh i , , c r- , . Heller ami bis wife, nH well a-l i the four Bt' Louls-San Francisce Train De- cmiurcn, Mieceeded In sticking te the car, although the vehicle overturned six times while, rolling down the em bankincnt. Policeman Hit by Aute In order te nveld colliding with a motertruck currying a mere of liie. t e"cu. tiei i 'iv . ni i , " , ine 'i !' street, swerved bin me or car s , r 1? and ran down Mounted Pelieemnu .le'm Mengle, who suft'ered a fimtured leg. nickers yesterday nt Tenth and Maiket Jenkins Halted bis innchlne im,l , rled the Injured hhiceeut te the Jeffer Jeffer eon Hesiiltal ami then surrendered nt City Hall. At u hearing before Mag istrate Rensbaw Jenkins was held te nwalt the injuries te the policeman. Detectives say the accident was un avoidable, and bad Jenkins net turn-id 1 0 " EVENING PUBLIC Hit by an Aute KDNA MMi GltUSIION Who was Injured when cm her way home from the Fourth of July relc bratlnn of the Cobbs Creek Parle way Heme Association, at which she was crowned nucen , 1 bis ear n collision woule: have enueil i with the crowded truck. tine or two auiomeoiics mni roiimce i at C'helten avenue and Andeipen street birt night were feiced lewnril the curl) I bv the impact and knocked down ldn I .lone, fortj-twe .tears old, of IK'Jlij Narrngimseti street. She was treated feri hrulses of the body by a neighborhood I tdivslelan. The drivers, (.'buries J. , Deadree, of '-'15(1 Kast Chelten avenue. and Samuel (.'. Dreeme, of 1142. North .Twentieth street, were arrested by the Mioriiiuntewn police and will be given 1 hearings this morning. M'otere.tclo Kims Inte Pole ' In an effort te avoid a collision with an automobile .vestetday, (ieerse V. Chun, twenty jcars old. of West West inent, N. J . ran his niotercjcle en the pavement and crashed into u telearaph pole at Kortt -thlid and Wiiliiut street. He wiim taken le (lie (niver Plty Hospital, where he was I rented for lacerations nf the face, iirniH and body, PRISCILLA'S RIDE ON WHITE . BULL TO BE INVESTIGATED jjehn Alden Kindred Dispute Ling ! fellow's Version of Wedding 1 Chicago, .lul.v .".--(P.y A. P.) - n investlcatleii le determine whether l.oimfellew In "The Ceurlsliin of i .nuclei low III I III 1 "II. Id ' .Miles Stnndish" contended that uilhi did. but the question arniisn I I'rls- vi in., , i . inn ine oiiesiMin :ire isen n in. ' niter Her n.arnnKe Mrs. Harry Nelly, another meniher. said that Longfellow told her when she visited his Cambrldfe home as a child that the white bull version was cor rect. ALTERCATION IS FATAL Weman Found Dead After Dispute, Man Is Held An altercation between next-deer neighbors wns followed last night by the sudden death of one f the parties te the (iinirel, Mrs. Margaret IJenbl. fifty -six j ears old. 'Mel Lee street, and the" arrest of Jehn Rurns, forty-six years old. "4,"(l Lee street. When pelkenien entered Mrs. Gould's home they found her dead en n couch in the dining room. It is believed that the altercation caused lieait failure. Investigation lv the police disclosed that Mrs. ileuld. a widow, had been sitting in the ii.irler window waiting , for her dnusbter. Jennie, te return Inline . wlwn the dispute started. The argu ment was carried en with 1 turns en the t.ldcw nil; and Mrs. (Jeubl In the parlor. Rurns is held for the present under the i Ivirge of disorderly conduct. ARRAIGN GOV. ROBERTSON i Oklahoma Executive Accused of Ac ceptlng Bribe Frem Bank eiimulgce. Olt'-t.. July 5. (I!y A I P.l-Ar.nlgnnuiH of (loverner J. 11. A. Hebertsen. t (Ikluhemn. en a charge Indicted with llie liovernor en Maich "12 after ,i scooping (irand Jury inves inves ligatien into alleged triegulnrltles In the Stale bunking stein, also were up for arraignment. Included among these were Jehn P. Cook and Jehn 11. He He eoid, presib nt mid vice president, re re re spoetlvoly, of the (iiiaranty State Rank, who are charged with having paid a bribe of SLTi.iiOO te (loverner Robortsen ami Pred li. Diniiis, former State Rank Commissioner. It Is charged that the exeeii'ive icieived one-third of the amount. ' NEARLY "SAlMEM IM CAMDEN - Five Hurt by Firecrackers and Guns In Fourth Celebration l'ive persons were injured bv til e -works and revolver- in I'liinden je-. tetda.v. Seme one threw a glunt fireei acker at Leuis lirav. eijht years old, Itll ChesMiilt siriei. neii" his home The ' 'I' -I' Ml 'Nil' I . I '"1 II- Jll " . li'' 1 ...i. i ii -i i plesieu suiMiie bis jaw. He was I nil, 'li l' i .iip'i i l'irii ill ill li priifiiift condliieii Riilpli Aiiilei'-eii, Moerestnwn, N". J , .mil Sephie Zcti-kl, P."7 S.viamere htieet, were btinii d en the bauds ;ind arm" b.v lireerackei- Reth were iiiken te West Jerev Homeopathic Ilesiiilal. iieiiruue i. uens, iiuiideniiciii, was railed in Missouri Kansas City. July .". -illy A. . i . Thirty per-eiis were Injured, none be lieved fatally, when St. I.euis-hau Praiiciscn pa'iigir train Ne. 'je fiem Spiinsliebl. Me . v. a- derailed near here late vi'sterd iv . There weie about one hundred mi M r r,; ;"' '.,,u lr,i,n- T,,wc,,,,; J"nT' ,u " ', "i 'T r""" '?" n"t I ! "i b s frJ1" ,,rekcn t"l0w Hampton Estate $165,823 Invmleiies of the personal estates of the following were filed teday: Jehn W. Hampton, Jr.. whose estate Is nn prnised at 510."i.812.'Lr7 ; Antonie Hour Heur iiiuiulllle. $l.'t.siii;,7,-, Hnd Marian O. Verne, ?$847.il7. ' - v ' ' X ftk iff- i Hl . 1st. .. l..,Krt l neiiiiill n Vliln LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY,' JPLY 5, 1922 WOMAN'S BODY IS SHOWN UNEXPECTEDLY ON PHOTO Gruesome Mystery Disclosed by Film Taken Twe Months Age Les Aiifteta, July 4. On developing n llhn negative taken two ineiillm no lit Hepanga Canyon, twenty-five miles northwest of here, II. W. Andersen found that the mutilated body of n woman lying under a tree was clenrly outlined In (he photograph, according te his story te the police here. When en the trip neither Andersen nor hi'i friends saw the bedj, they told the, police. The latter made n six -hour search, but found no body. PLAN TUNNEL IN VOSGES Reparations Scheme Ignores Pre- posed English Channel Project Paris, .lul.v fi. (By A. P.) The reparations- plan prepared by Minister of Public Works I.e Treequer provides for Improvements" In the lthone River entlng .'l.'JeO.OnO.OOO francs, the Truvere River 1210.000.000 francs, niul I the DordeRiie 120fl.000.000. ! A tunnel from St. Maurice te Wes- I serllng In the 'esge Mountains would , cot 01.000,000 francs, and two sec tions of the Northeast Canal 1.010. 000.000. The leiig-phiiiued tunnel un der the English Channel Is net men tioned, i r'rench engineers are te direct the j work, but the contractors, workers and niaterlals will be supplied by (icrinnuy. ' scinNrn vkiwi'i tn.MT In bntliie. B In etli.T Bpnrts, It Is net ill wnv the heft in.m who wins. Sometimes the les skillful mnn dlfile9 a lack of the "Ainerlenti cMrlt hick of sports, 'of which fullen Cain Is sucli i n nble expositor. Ills .HA.iiHff urtlrtrtn ,,A ,I.a tnllfflif nf tnnllM.Mil. of ri'OrlHinca A rc.TUlnr sports feature of ' tnn 1'Ubj.iu i.f.uueii. ' .vinKe u a uauu. JLJv. OFFICE WORK refsa r,nT Aenn K: . YEAns1 irieiT sciioet, (reMMBnciAt. rernsKii An-t'It.TH. INDUS TlllOt'.S. DBfllRKS rOSUTlON'. m 731. i.Kiifli'it erricr. A lull lint at enr three ilerei, all alt, ttvelv priced Gas Ranges RrnlBTTaTStTI idiiiie.iu.tii 1026 jay 263 Arch r Se. 52nd in i 590 Bread St., Newark, N. J. AMERICAN GAS ASSOCIATION SPECIFICATIONS ASSURES THE BEST IN Gas Ranges ECONOMY DURABILITY Roberts & Mender Steve Ce. PHILADELPHIA Ces Companies & Dealers JLa! m IHiBfeiE se III I I I U tAtartmimmstitisiir A delightful trip te the arctic regions iced BeycuL Tea ctea-tetallv Different immmmMmmmmsmMmmsmmmBmmsmimmwMm TF7L- - T7.. IT wv tru i fifir ffrfficts bv lass High-grade work installed by a re liable house guarantees safety and satis faction.. Buy your Lighting Fixtures from the manufacturer. Original and distinctive designs in solid brass only. BROMUND & SON, Inc. 2337 GERMANTOWN AVE. Columbia 1011 Pl , ,,..,,- YEAR TO PAY Open Every Evening Until 10 jp desired ijjfiErajtMiMajEisMiMs lis: IP IsirasillilsilSisiBl !ii -v. n l n -. u h i; jiN j.J "JH"iS ii Ji H H 3 E IM i i IfiFrwmniTTfiTsMiaiism i in i mm 1 111 JiwiH 1 1 fifj Klnipllf.r yiiir noeltlteplntr b.v the nf nt a 1Oose Isnt Columnar Jeernnl. All Items etiartrd under their proper hfnds nnil posted st th end of thA month. YEO&TUKENSfO. il STATIONERS- JO PRINTERS-BLANK BOOKMFRl 1Z N,.13th St. PHILADELPHIA. YlQWMnutSt 1 Master Cleaning & Dyeing Your summer apparel (men's or women's) cur be made te leek like new and its usefulness extend ed by our master processes. If you are particular you will net trust your cleaning te the inexperi enced. We charge lie mere than ethers of less skill. and1 Veru": 1616-28 N. Ilrnnclies. 1113 'Chestnut St ei rsQW m 5-43i'' Xs Uprights : GYands AVING a surplus eiiv, legcmerwrn several nundreel slightly used, rebuilt and demonstrat ing pianos, inc uding uprights, grands, players and reproducing pianos, which we are determined te move during July, we have se reduced the DHCeS that VQIir rlnllnr iatiII mu-Ka , tl i. . , . j -w...... .., u.wiueu mule man ctt uny previous time in our history. In this mid-summer sale will be found geed upright pianos ar. low as seventy (70) dollars, some grands of well-known makes as low as two hundred twenty-five (225) dollars, ar&d players in first-class playable condition commencing at one hundred sixty five (165) dollars. Any instrument in this sale can be purchased en our easy payment plan without interest or extras. It Pays te Think JPIAN' W Est. S wKT mL 'jB 54 Columns , Phene Poplar 7660 for Aute te Call Philadelphia's Quslily Cleaners and Dyers 21st St., Philadelphia and HEB7 Uermantewn Ave. : Players and Reproducing Flams of the well-known Matchless Cunningham pianos in e 11th and Chesi Facteries: 50th & Parksidc Avenue OPEN EVENINGS XRSheppacdSens FIVE SPEQALS 1. 65-cent Scotch Ginghans, SBc 2. $i.2S and $1.50 Dotted Swisses, $1.00 White with colored dots; colored grounds tfith white dots. 3. 65-cent Turkish Towels, SOc Very geed quality. 33x44 inches. 4. Extra Fine Ribbed Turkish Tetfels, $1.25 Size 36x46 inches. A great tetfel for after the "srWer." S. All-Linen Guest Towels, 65c Sire 15x24 inches. Imitation hand-scalloped. t 100$ Chestnut Street ! Complete Sleeping Car Schedule 3SHTC5 Times shown below are DAILY SKBVHT. IKXOKI'T AS OTHlilHVlHt: NOTKP) I.VATF PlffPlnc far le i,"",.lns, AttItm fPrtrelt 111 A.M. CIIICAfiO OrtO A. M. llwiiil Rapids Oils A. M. Itlilriiee Uiiu A.M. Bt'ITAl.O 0:30 I. SI. tlnfTuIn 0il5 A. M. fMncnra rulli AiSO A.M. TOItO.MO C:30 T. M. Ulnmlllen rt."i A. M. I Terente 0i40 A, M. ROrilESTKR 8:10 1'. M. Rsrlinler 67:00 A. M. nrrrReiT :e r. m. j nuirnie 7ise a. m. I"'," lUrtrelt 1 iil.l Noen WII.MAMSPIIKT tl0i5 V. M. Wllllmniipert 030 A. M. SOMTmVN ht 10:1.1 P. M. f-3i-.r..ten 8:30 A.M. (for Kislrs Mtr) M1W 10I1U 12:00 Mil I. piv 1'erk J:10 A. M. M'RANTON 1113:20 A. M. Pcrnnlen (1:40 A. M. ......, i-'e it MlliiRhnmtcn 7:04 A.M. MR.WlPr. " " lS.iuiiie 11:10 A.M. 1II.Ki:?-IARnK l:.-,0A.M. IlkcMlnrre 7:00 A.M. May rir rrrimlfil 11:00, I. M. HMni lie- nrriii'lrd until 8:00 A. M. n liny lip miuinrii n.uu i . i. in :.iu I'nr KfeT.tlnis "uc; fi Ss. S. .rfiv 55.!!SSv -Q rw L mer te Oe Sts, .1 Frem Philadelphia ' via Philadelphia & Reading System Eastern Standard Time tM.iy l'e rri'iirlfd t):00 I'. M. fe 7l00 A. M. Mn lie eccunlfd until 7.-00 A. M, 7ii:ij lie eccupim iniii 7.iiei A. M. A. M. I) Trlday nlnlits enlr. Consult Tlckrt Ascnts , k; 0i. .... w-t tessrsstnfjtK w,V '