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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, August 01, 1922, Final, Image 9

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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1022
A? v
J7ST GOSSIP ABOUT PEOPLE
f
jVflicy ye Sees Mrs. Heffman Delan Playing Gc
at Mcrien Club She Hears of Various Doings at
Various Resorts The Beauties of Media
r q KW Telly Tlmycr Delnrt with lier
I Slml Inst Hun.lsjr nt the Oolf
Hub In Hnvrrfer.1 loeMnR tee S'vect for
nrthlwr. Tliey hnvc been home from
heir MlnB trip about ten dnjrn new.
.ml I must my matrimony nsrera with
Pnllr for she N met undctiliibly hnpp.t.
HlfvM wrnrlnR n flip-en wenter nn.l
"hile rtlit. nml her nburelnnt ilnrk helr
Sns held In plDt-c lth n wide silk
WTh're Wllle nnd Knthryn Osden were
flu. links in the nftei-noen. tee. nnd
Jfcm w M". KnnW lr ew. Some Seme
Sn,v It eulil net crcm nntiirnl net te
JK-. Harlow en the Mcrien links.
And hc certainly H a "wis" nt the
Itnmc.
Sl'BAKIXO of Pelly reminds me, 1
met her mother. Mrs. Jehn n. Thnyer.
Tr In town yesterday, looking very
imnrt. She nnd her yeunuer son I red.
or Teddv Thnyer, were nbeiit te henrd
the Hnr "arbor express. They were
in their wny te visit .Tnek nnd Leis
Thnver who jeii remember hiive beuslit
rover Vnnu, Mrs. Tilton' plncc up
""""heard n rather Interest!? reason
for the farm's name the ether dnj.
Mrs Tllten Is nn nrtlst. nnd It appears
ihc'bnllt the place with the money
rarned In pnliillni nmKazlne covers.
Hence "Cever" Farm. Clever, wasn t
It1
Mrs Tlinver nn wearing n stiiii
nhiB dress 'of nlack crepe Rcorsctte
midc with a narrow nhnwl cape fn llnR
(rnm the slimiltlws te the waist, line.
Her hklrt was long, made en,
tralsht, slim llnr., and her hat wns n
rather large model of black straw, with
graves and stiff aigrettes in the trim
ming. FESTIVITIES are starting nt Snra
nac Lake new that August is here.
During the last couple of seasons giving
n icrles of dinners during the month has
become quite n vogue, nnd that enter
Mining 1ms begun. The "vVIlmer Hid
dies gave n birthdav partv last week for
Elizabeth Gorden. Mrs. Itlddle's daugh
ter, and thev will give several ether
dinners through the month. The Bid
dies' first dinner was at Saranac Inn,
and thev had a darling little electric
fountain in the center of the table for
decoration.
TIIKRtt has been a let going en
around Northeast. Bar and all the
ether harbors in Maine. Pellv Biuanl.
who Is at Seal Harber with her grand
mother. Mrs. Charles McKcan Itawuil.
tae a dinner en Saturday. rKle dn
Pent Is staying with Pelly, and they,
mint be having lets of fun.
At Northeast, light near theie. nl
90t exery one has some one staying
nlth them. Bettv Wayne is visiting
Rarah McLean, who is coming out this
fall, and Hvle Martin, another coming
deb. has been having Izssy Mdllrey
with her. nnd new Bunny Geary, or
perhaps Bunny hasn't get there yet.
She has been staying with Lihhy Wear
at Konnehunkpert for two week.
If I am net mistaken there Is a .ten
nis tournament going, en at Northeast
new. I knew there was one :tt liar
Harber all Inst week. In that tmirii :
nient the mixed doubles weie wen by
Snle Stewart and her brother Billy.
The Stewarts go tip te Bar 1 In'ier
eiery summer with their mother, Mr.
Heb I,e ('onto. MnNle, another sister,
get as far as the peml-tlnals of tlie
Bimlcs. hut was put out.
The Stewarts nre all very geed tennis
players. Maisle uei te play en the
team nt MKs Irwin's, where she went
te school. LiMIe, the third sister, Is
mining out this winter and I'm Mire
khe v. til have a wonderful time. Stis'e
always lias a geed time, ami Maisie was
one of the belles her winter. She cainu
out two years age.
IS IT net marvelous what pedal
things i emnia in our memories of
certuln places and thlncs? ('. mid
Mrs J are at the seashore for the
umnier nnd the ether evening they leik
the seou-year-eld dnuchter of an old
friend of Mr. .T.'.s te the movies with
tliein. On their leturn home Mr. .1 ,
dtriv'ig te make conversation said:
"Yc 4 used te live in Philadelphia, did
you net? I knew your father."
"Ne," said the small gill, "w? liwd
In Media." and added she convers.i cenvers.i
tlnnnllj, "you knew I can't remember
anything about It except the gutters.
They hne the nicest gutters in Media
I'c cut seen. They're all yellow you
knew, nnd wide and clean. Oh, she
sighed, "I de like nice gutters."
NANCY WYNNK.
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
At ilic wedding of Miss Cernelia Shop Shep
f'l Itankln daUKht.r of Mr. and Mr-
Jehn Hall nankin, of Deep nun Karin,
Fnlln, nnd Mr Alfred Hoeves Hunter,
ten of Jin Krnest Heward Hunter, of
niestnut Hill, which will take plnee en
jaturdny. October T. In St. Themas'
Miiaeepal riiurdi, Wnltemnrsli. Miss.
Vi 1 "Mtvii, f T lilt IJII1UI 111,
ri.nn.. Ilelman Drayten iin-1
'mll KalBhn llartnw will he the rr
or honor Tlie brldpsmaliln will
On Mlss,'ltra Kills. Mlsa i:ic
riinunpi. Miss Rctsev W. ll.ivls.
.Miss
maids
elude Miss i C'lntra nilK Mlsa nicaner
r ,?',?",' 'Vs'' Bc8ey W. ll.ivls, Miss
.; ninth A Tayler. Ml?s Kllabeth B
lti'ii !iMi?" "therlnp 1) I'eiter, MIph
fln X "l(,l",ll anil MIhs I.erna Traf-
ilnni l ,'.'M0"' s,l', "' Hebeit
Ytn,Z ""' ,act 'est man for IiIh
n tr r w"1 tl10 ""l"rs will ! Mr I'aul
1 1. ii . Uun.ter nnether brethrr; Mr.
riiiB m" l4 n"Hlle. 2d. Mr Warrtm
Tn.l-H1; r,.l""py larlr. Mr IMwiird
ow'Ti,",Iean" A i-pcntlen will fel-
" '"" "icineny at J)lt jiui, Fanili
after-Dinner Tricks
Ne. saB-A iMtiher , ., silrlt
the ,!l'u 0,',"",., I'aeil threiicli
iwniiPM.' (V .""' I'erter'mT then an-
nev ? U,U' ,ttl'""'t tl.e heldcm re
ywiiB their IiuiiUk. uhlrb lie fli.nlly
triet I?"? '"' '"lwlW' te de the
Whit itf. '" P,,chcr t.hre"h t,, HUck-
the ;.i i iKr'rmer ' ' nn up
Mr wiiii,.' "''" Nowbelil Kly. ,Ir,
wir.1 Wllil I"inl'en. Mr. (;eeiBi Weed-
"llil.mi sun, Nf.,,!,,,. Ml Uev sti-wart.
Air Jelm Ii siuaiu, and Mr. n..il,
kit. -JzHm
u ;,r 'iet .'euc "" . tiuiu
ML tfl -r --
If
Penllyn, the home of Miss Rankin's par
onto. Anion these from this city who will
. .J1 J""'eMe nt the next meeting
jl ft? "enda.v Bridge Club nt the Point
Judith Pole Club. NnrragAnsett Pier,
J hi " JnV, aUfll Prank Samuel, Mrs.
J'hlllp S. j. nnndelph, Jr.. Mrs. Jehn
A- , 'U JIr"' Rdwnrd U Welsh. Mrs
rnr-vlmnebert''' x,rH- Alexander Urewn,
Mrs, ThemaB It Dougherty. Jr.. Mrs.
Prank nehlen. Mrs. nichnrd C Nerrls,
t r,.9'rment Beeves Wnlnwrlaiit, Mrs.
f .H1i',.nIev, ."'en. Mrs. William T
n right and Mrs. Henrv h Cellins. Mrs.
Samuel Is president of the club.
Mr nnd Mrs. Clnronce W. Delnn, of
Tloiemont, entertained nt dinner ln.it
everlng at Seaweed, their villa at New.
pert.
Mr nnd Mrs. Kdwln H. Fitter, of the
rerrnces, nosement, who are spendlnn
the summer nt Watch Hill, It. I., enter
tained ten guests at the costume dlnnei-
i?.C1', 1 Sn!Llriny evening at the M!s
quamlcut Oolf Club.
T.iJ,rs' flrie' J- Mellvaln, Jr.. ...
"Ine Hall. Ardmore. who is spending
the summer at Watch Hill, entertained
at luncheon en Sunday at the Mlsoua Mlseua
mtcut delf Club.
Mrs. Themas nidgway llellly, of 1727
Jxcuit street, who la spending the sum
mer at Watch Hill, 11. i entertalned
at a buffet luncheon last week for sev
enty guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Redman Klllsen Thomp
son, of Derry Brush, Ablngten, are oc
cupying their summer home at North
Harber. Me., where they will entertain
Mr.. Thompson's sister. Mrs. Geerge
Putnam, of Bosten, during the month
of August.
Mr. Richard M. Cadwa'ader nf 2nln
re I.ancev place, nnd Mr. Geerge Broekci,
of Almenbury Henso, Ithan. are spend
ing Fome time nt White Sulphur Springs,
W. Va.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Caner Wleder
selm. of 1G20 Snrtice ntreet. metnrei! lniir
week te Het Springs, Va , where they
win spenu several weeKs.
Mr. Jeseph C Wldencr, of Lynnoweou
Hall, Hiking Park, who has been abroad
fej: about two months, will spend
August nt the Hetel United States, Sara
toga Spring", N. Y.
Mrs. Wll'lam A. Piatt, of 1530 Pine
street and Bryn I.Ienydd. Penllyn, has
iirriveu in tiei springs, Va.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Pnul de Heff Reed, of
Wnshlngten, entertalned a house party
nt their cottage nt Cnpe May. ever the
week-end. Mrs. Reed was Miss Hllza Hllza
beth Noyes Boyd, of this city.
Dr. Geerge K. de Schwelnlt7 of 1705
Walnut street, has returned from a stny
at Het Springs, Va.
Mrs Stncv B I.levd. of this city, who
! nt Wnteh Hill. It I with her par
nits. Mr. nnd Mrs. lMngnatn B. Merris,
of T.vn-y.reed. Ardmore, at their sum
mer home, Cednrhurst, will leae en
August IK for Northeast Harber, wheie
"lie will visit Mrs. Herbert Lincoln
Clark at her cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kans Norten.
Vls Nancy Evans Norten and Miss
farellne Harper Norten, of Falcon Hill.
Iloswnent, who are new In Reme, will
return te this country -early in Septem
ber. Mr nnd Mrs. Frank Grange Kennedy.
Jr., of 20 13 Spruce street and Haverford
Court, palled last week for llurepe,
where they will biwnd the summer tra'
elliiK. Mrs l.wls Audenrled nnd her daush
ters. Miss Wllllamlna Wentz and Miss
Sarah U. Went of 1800 De I.ancey
iwnee and Uietn Hill Farms, (JverbroeK,
have Ker.e te Northeast Harber, Me.,
for the remainder of the summer.
Mr nnd Mrs ('. Herman Krumbhaar,
of Fatellght, Chestnut Hill, left lust
weil; for I'pper Saranac, N. Y.
Mrs. Jess- H. Helmes, of Swariluneiv,
and Mrs. William Price, of Media, uiv
spending a few weeks nt Nnntucket,
Mnss. Mrs Price's daughter and son.
Miss Margaret Price and Mr. William
Price, who sailed for lurep Mmu time
age, nre new In Switzerland.
Mr nnd Mrs H Clifferd Campion, of
M'-dla, who aie occupying their cottage
at Aa)en. mteitalned at n brldae nnrlv
a few days npe for the benetlt of the I
Avalnn Kiilscepjl ( nurch. Tlielr ouugn euugn
ter. Ml'.s l.eiilhe amplen. left n few
days age te visit friends en Leng
Island.
West Philadelphia
Mr nml Mrn. .1 Hnrrltv Cur hne
rctuiiiPil fiem their weddlni; trip. Mi",
t'arr will be renipmbprcil an Miss Mary
P. MuUulie. of 17011 North Sixty-flrHt
aticet, befere her marriage en June 21.
Mrs ailbcit H ShPanr and her
daiiKhter. of IJ3S Chestnut street, are
eccup)lnK thi'lr cuttaRe at t'ape Mn,
for the remainder of the season.
Miss lUythe I.. Pett.s. of 7J3 .Seuth
Perty-Hlxth ftieet, has sailed for Kne
land, neeempanled by Mr. and Mrs.
Pedre Salaome, Miss Salaome and Mrs.
Graham Carsen, of thla city.
Mr and MrH. J. Hareld GpIrspI, of
1115 Seuth Klxty-tlr.it street, nre receiv
ing congratulations upon the birth of a
daughter. PntrlcU I.o)ela Gelssel.
Mr and Mis. Dorff Moere, rf 410S
P.irkMde avenue, wen and dauchter-ln-law
of Mayer and Mrs J. Hampton
Moere, aie spending heerul weeks In
Maine
MrH IMward S Pe.Mitnn, of ."465 Pine
street, Itt nt the Mlnqua, Itehobeth
lieaeh, ns the guest of her cousin, Mis
Geerge W Ileult, of Wilmington, Del.
Mips Virginia Heeltless has taken an
'iipartmtut at I5tl Seuth Kerty-flfth
sirtet for the coming year.
Mlbs Margaret Kearn'y. of 1807
Seuth Plfty-clghth street, left reemtly
en a trip te Kurepe. Miss Kearney
Is the daugh'tr of Mr and Mrs Stephen
.1. Kearney.
Mr William .1 McGralh and his
daughters aie p;ndlng geme time In
C'hel.Hca
Seuth Philadelphia
Mrs Jehn Sc.iiilnn nnd her famll, of
Twenty-third and Heed streets, are
spending the reason at their summer
home en Mentpclier avenue in Chelsea,
X ,T.
Miss Kdllh A. MoCulleugh, of 2321
MadlHen Sipinie and Miss l'lsle Atruz,
of Dili!! f'uthailnn street, nre spending
bcveial wtt'l.s at Ocean City. N .1
Mr Themas Kelly, of 1509 ShunK
street, lh upending a few duH In Chel-
SvA.
Miss ( atherlne Conden, who Is the
gut st of Miss Bernadlne Gallagher, of
l4n Itltner street, at the summer home
of her pnrentH nt 109 North Chelsea
avenue, Chelsea, has derided te htn
In Chelst.i for the remainder of the
einpen.
Mr Themas Phillips, of 206 Seuth
Seventeenth street, has returned home
aft'i huvlnir spent t.everal das ns the
guest of Mr. en'an'n Mcl'ennghy at
he home of his i-arents in wnuwoeo
Mr McCenaghy Uas feimerly of 1625
Itltner utriet.
Mr Abe Neff, of 1508 Seuth Sixth
sited, Mr Milten llernsteln. of :I723
North Klghttentli street: Mr, Jacob
Pemerantz. of 2230 North Thirtieth
street, and Mr Irwir. D Tucker, of
Brooklyn. N V. are stajlng at the
Summit Spilug Hetel, Poland. Me, un
til after l.nber Day They will tour
the White Mountains en their way bnclt,
stepping at Hoaten and New Yerk for
a few days,
Mlas Margaret Jehnsen, of 2505 Seuth
Twentieth stleet. has returned home
after having spent several tfayu at Clem Clem
rnten, .V, J,
Miss aenevieJt Gnllen, of 2113 Seuth
Thirteenth Btnflt, l at the ummer
jiome of her pa
uta in i.neiaea.
Mr.i Iiwae
1ener mbA hl family,
Miss
Margaretta
Sharplcss
daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.
T. Wilsen
Sharplcss,
whose
engagement
has been
announced
te Mr. Walter
L. Ress, Jr.
Miss Sharplcss
is spending
August at
Yerk Harber,
Me., with
her parents
1'hiiiiL.s &. phiiiipn vvShHIHBH 'Jmti'' i
are new living at their new home, 1625
Rltr.cr etreet.
Mr. Charles Whalen, of 1743 Pass
yunk avenue, was the guest ever the
week-end of Miss Bcrnadlne Gallagher,
of 1010 Bltner street, at the summer
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jehn
C. Gallagher, at 109 North Chelsea ae.
nue. Chelsea.
Dr. Matthew S. Brfncr, of 1729 Pine
street, and a party of friends left yes
terday en nn extensive meter trip
th-eugh the New England State". They
will return te this city early In Sep
tember. Germanleivn
Mrs. fhnrles Themas Whitman, Miss
Katherlne Whitman and Miss Daisy
Whitman, of Seymour and Merris
streets, nre nt the Hetel Dennis at At
lantic City for iecral weeks.
Mr. and Mrs Fred Lennlg. of 31G
High strept, are spending the summer
In Ventner, X. .J.
Mr. and Mrs. Xathnn Berg and Miss
Jeanette Berg, of 141 Apsley street, will
spend the month of August in Atlantic
City.
Mia. Italph Italguel. of G325 Wake
field street, are in Portland, Mc , for
several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Kemerle, of 6629
Bess street, are spending a few weeks In
the Pecene Mountains.
Frank ford
Mrs. Jehn W. Cenner nnd family, of
3058 KranKferd nvenue, are spending the
summer nt the Hellevue Apartments In
Wlldwoed. Mrs. Charles n. Conn, of
1337 Dvie direct, Krankferd. he Is
spending n few weeks at the resort,
was the guest of MrH. Cenner at the an
nual luncheon of the Wlldwoed Civic
Club. Mrs. Cenner entertained at a
card party en Friday afternoon for
eighteen guests.
Mr. and Mrs. William Zunzlnger, of
1308 Arrett street, is spending a few
weeks In Wlldwoed.
Miss Ida M Mess, of 1632 Wakellng
street. Is en a trip te Bermuda.
Miss Careline Smedley, of 4661 Penn
stieet, lias left for u fUe-weeka' stay
In Pittsflcld, Mass.
Mr and Mrs. W n McCartney, of
802U Krankferd avenue, nre spending a
few weeks at Ocean City.
Norristown
Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl G. Kulp. of At- '
weed. Kalrvlew Village, have announced
the engagement of their daughter. Mlsj
Kuthryn kuip, te ,-vir. james . eurii-.,
of n.iyten, Pa. The marriage will take
place In the fall.
Announcement Is made of the mar-
rliiir of MihS nerence Yeung, daughter :
of Mr. and Mrs. Rebert Yeung, of Aster
street, nnd Mr Geerge Uuhland, et
Philadelphia, en Tuesday, July 25, In
the Ixjgan Presbyterian Church. Mr
nnd Mrs. Kuhland nre spending their '
wedding tilp metering the New Kng- ,
land states.
In honor of the birthday annUer
sary of Mr Geerge K, Watsen, of Phlla
delphla, a dinner party wns glen en
Frld.iv nt the Phi Phi bungalow nt
Peit Indian. The gu(sts 'were Mr. and
Mra. Oeerge K. Watsen, Mr. nnd Mrs i
Byren A. Mllncr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geerge ,
Cnrtw right, Mr, and Mrs Nerbert i'on i'en
way, Mr. and Mrs Paul K. Gotwald
Miss Careline Fessett, Miss Helen ltethe, I
Miss Beatilce Atclilsen, Mrs. II. Watsen, '
Mr. Hareld J Waf-en, Mr William A i
Watsen. Mr Henrv Steublg, Mr. Arthur I
Lit, Mr. Jehn II henaeter una .Mr
Kebert Kmmens
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jehn Williams and Miss
Ituth Williams, of West Airy street,
spent the week-end In Wlldwoed, N J
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdward T Beggs and ,
their children, or De ivniu street, win
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"Nature's meat nemlerful work
Ne bettr vacation anywhere than
that offered by the lteaillrut
I eliliti Valley ecurV ' te the
cury
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mere excurelene f te run
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lleaed
Trlii
A ereclal booklet hai been pre
pared lvln full detalla and In In In
formBtien. Ak Aienta for It or
niMreea
I'lilleUelBhla &, Rffldlnr Rllwr
Hradlnc Terminal, 1'hlladtlptiU
Dees your
vacation
start Aug. S?
'' flRSiF W.
spend the next few weeks In Bay Head,
N. .1.
Mrs. Anna Trick and Miss Helen
Frlck, of Markley street, have returned
from a stay In Ocean Greve, X, J.
Miss Margaret Garrlgan, of Arch
street, has returned from a visit with
relatives In Ocrmantewn.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Themas S. Place nnd
daughter. Mls3 Klcaner Place, of 1014
Cherry street, will spend the next few
days In Wlldwoed, X. J.
Mrs S. M. Xayler nnd her daugh
ters, Miss Flcurctte Xnyler, Miss Fler-
Annual Summer Sale
Women's Small Sizes
Sizes 2Vz and 3
Widths A A, A and B
Pumps, Oxfords and Shoes
Reduced te
CLAFLIN, 1107 Chestnut
Stere Closes 5 P. M.Saturdau All Day
IMl'OUTEllS. DESIGXEHS rf MAKERS O' 1VOVK.VS A.VW 2
Cmi.DKEXS APPAKEI, Of THE HIGHEST ClfAltACTER n
J OR MORE TUAX TWESTY-HIX YEARS. 2.
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Very Finest Dresses
Lowered in Price
new 9.oe7.5o I
Formerly 45.00 te 100.00
Fer Women and Misses
Evening and dinner gowns, also afternoon and ii
smart street frocks. Of handsome crepes, foulard fcl
veiled in georgette, crepe de chine, and printed crepes, gjt
Celers, all black, all white 55
Sweaters Special 2.95
Lightweight" Weel g
We Specialize in Apparel That Slenderizet the Larger Weman Qj2j
storage gas water heater is the most economical water heater
you can use. Term payments.
See a demonstration at any V. G. I. store
or ask us te send a representative.
. THtf UNITED GAS
ence Nnyler and Miss Beatrice Naylet,
have geno te Wlldwoed, N. J., for a
week's stay.
Delaware County
Mr. nnd Walker D. Orlscem, of Medie,
In visiting her son-in-law and daughtel,
Mr. and Mrs. Alisen C. Wysong. at
their home nt Pert Washington, U I,
Mrs. II. It. Bnttles, of Newtewn
Square, who has recently' returned from
a stny at Buzzard's Bny, Mass, where
she was a guest of her sen-ln-lnw and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ocorge Burgess
Yerltes. of Plalnfleld. N. J nal cd last
week for England, where she will spend
several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kastwlck have
returned from a fortnight's stay nt
Beach Haven.
Mrs. J, Cook McAllister nnd her
daughter, Miss Janet McAllister, of
MedfiT, nre guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jehn
M. Broemnli, 3d, nt their cottage near
Point Pleasant, N J
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beatty hnve
moved Inte their new home near Wal Wal
ltngferd. Catches Twenty-elght-lnch Trout
Tltusvllle, Fn.. Aug. 1. Sam Bur
gard, vl Krnnklln, is credited with
latching the largest trout ever taken
from Pennsylvania wnters. It was of
the German brown species, twenty
eight Inches long and weighed eight
nnd one-unit pounds, ii was rnugni
In Broken Strnw Creek near Garland.
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COR that hungry
half hour before
bedtime take it het.
It induces sleep and
can net tax the di
gestion. You'll like
the chocolate flavor,
tee.
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Gas Het Water Service?
The automatic storage system supplies
piping het water, day or night, as fast as
you can use it. When het water is drawn,
the gas is turned en automatically. When
the tank is again full of het water, the gas is
turned off automatically.
With all its advantages the automatic
IMPROVEMENT CO.
SCIENTIST SACRIFICES LIFE
Profeaser Dies In Effert te Eliminate
Deadly Qerms
Terente, Attg. 1. (By A. P.) Prof.
.1. .T. Mnckenzic, hend of the Patho
logical department of the University of
Terente, died today, a victim of his
experiments te enable science better te
cope with the deadly streptococci germs
whfeh, during the war. he saw rnvngc
armies lighting in the Balkans.
As a result of his experiments with
the pus-forming bncterln, Prof. Mac
kenzie wns attacked by ncute ulcerated
endecarditis.
He wns born of Scotch origin In
18(J,i nnd wns educated at the Univer
sities of Terente, Leipzig and Berlin,
During the wnr he fccrved nt Haleniki.
U Deliver In Anr Cltr
CHARLES HENRY FOX
The Sign of the Rete
Walnat 0799 221 S. Bread St.
PAINTED FURNITURE
for
Chnmuem and llrenkfaat Roem
which Rppati te poren of refinement
and noecl taste Mederately priced.
A. L. DIAMENT & CO.
IBIS Walnnt St. 101 I'urk Are.
I'hlludelphla New erk
nil nt Strafford l'a.
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Qhe Quality furniture Center
-260-261 Se. Fifth St. Philadelphia
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less round of opportunities te beautify the home at small cost.
Drastic reductions prevail in every department Furniture,
Rugs, Carpets, Lineleums, etc. resulting in Values without
precedent in quality merchandise.
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Mail Orders
Filled
Hudsen
French
Seal
Cape
79.50
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rice
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Fex Scarfs
In Taupe, Hrewn or Hlnck
$12.50
CHOKERS
A Large Assortment
Purchasing Agents'
Orders Accepted
WILLOW GROVE PARK
Wastili Leps and His Orchestra
TODAY
430. Paul Contellp, Tener
7:4ft, Hrbll HnmmU MnrDrrmltl. Anprnna
Ollff. itlCMU SCOTT, Hum
Tomorrow Mulit e tli4.1. HTAI1T MATHR
vttti IIKMtl .SCOTT, Itans, Snlelnts nnd
tlierim. '
TIlCnSPAY CHILDREN'S DAY
EITH'S THEATRE
IRENE FRANKLIN
The Amrcnn Cntncdlenn
JACK DONAHUE
CHARLES IRWIN
IxiU-JOSErHlNE ltnNNINfl.le
Demarfft It CellPtl": Itebblm
Family; Othcra
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1 50c
ADDED The leather l'mlifm
BARNET GARDEN uvS"ttt
Open-Air Photoplays Evenings
Tnnliht Nerma T-ilidzc In "TIIK MOTZ1"
W KD.. Till Its. "TIIK (IKKATK.st 1,0 K"
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SILKY KINIi YAKN
40c a Ball
Colonial Yarn Heuse
1231 Cherry St . "'.Tn.e
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Queen Anne Bedroom Suite in two twe two
teno Walnut combination 4 pieces
is a haven for Value-Seekers, these days. The
AUGUST SALE new in progress
Uunnq the preqrus of th.s Sale the
WILL RLM.1LX OPhS 1 RID. IV a
L'RDAY hJ'LMXCS until 9 P. .1.
m. , a 1 A, 1 m - - - - - ' - - - n " -i r
1115 CHESTNUT ST.
(Opposite Keith's Theatre)
Our Once-a-Year
August Fur Sale
Offers Savings Averaging OXE-THIRD
nT Price concessions en Furs in August have become
J- an established custom. But in this FORBES'
August Fur Sale the concession is en price alone. The
same all-year-round I-ORBES' standard of excellence
obtains new as always. These are net a nondescript
assortment of furs assembled for a sale flurry. The
Savings marked in no way lessen the dependability that
gees with FORBES quality.
Read The.se Suggestions in That Light!
Wuttt r Price Sale l' t
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Trimmed Leepard Cat Coats f).-,.oe
Brown Marmet Coats 1 kj.oe
Natural Muskrat Coats Moleo
French Seal Coats, Skunk Trimmed l."io!eo
Black Caracul Capes 150.00
Marmet Coats, Raccoon Trimmed.. . l."o'.0e
Scotch Moleskin Coats 210.01)
Black Caracul Coats 250.00
Hudsen Seal Capes flOoieo
Hudsen Seal Coats. Skunk Trimmed. 375!oe
Natural Squirrel Coats 100.00
Seal is dyed Mush at, French Seal is
Wolf Scarfs
In Taupe, Hrewn or Hlack
$7.50
5.50
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9S.50
Natural Squirrel, Natural Mink,
Stene Marten, Baum Marten, Hud
son Bay Sable and Platinum Fex,
of Hxtra-Shc Coats ami Wraps L'p te B Hunt
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ALWAYS I'KrtKKCTLT VKNTIL
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NINHTHKNTIl & MAftKBT
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JACK HOLT
IN A NI1W l'AUAMOUNT PICTUItB
"While Satan Sleepi"
C, BUSTER KEATON
In "TItR lIT.ACKSMITir
Vecnl TOUA THACY. Seprano
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W linOAD & CHllSTNUT
ANITA STEWART
WOMAN HE MARRIED
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Mnaalvi I'roiluctlen-Thousanda of Playara
"All Fer a Weman"
l-'lrat PhllndelMita Preaentntlnn
ARCADIA
10TII & C1IK8TNUT
te A M te 11 in r. M.
BEBE DANIELS
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TOM MIX.FIGHTIN' STREAK
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LArllUL 10 A M. te 11 15 I. M
MAE MURRAY A7.
"Delicious Little Devil"
GLOBE
JCNIPHH AND MATIKKT
VAUDEVILLE
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