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ff&,16 '; EVENING PUBLIC SPGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY; 'AtjQUBT 23, , 1922 ' V ' V ?x vj
"tv. h& LI OFFERS TO QUIT . " -" r , , ,. . , Pkn.AlntiS-. Wr)neirlaV. Ausnut 23. 1l27 "-.rlT Stere Open 9 A. M. te 5 P. M. G i MB el Brethers MARKET i CHESTNUT? EIGHTH NINTH Biff, solemn, handsome Hall Clocks. Put one at the Pqa5 turn efthe landing en your stairs: A large and interest- - ' ing showing in the Gimbel August Sale. Sixth fleer. I nUrtdayi K Fer New Fall SkirtlngR get their initial showing. Plaids and stripes; wool beautified by silki wool boucle effects, Sninrtt but ceme and bee. All are G4-inchj $2.75 te 55 a yard. Second fleer. Thursday INFAVOROFDR.SUN - fiSTi in 5 fe Fermor Head of Canten Govern ment May Head a United China By AtnrtnteA Prtt Pritln. An. 2.1. Tire IWnubllcan Cabinet announced tertny that President LI Yunn-IIinic Is willing te resign In Aa.m Una. ta Ga r1nntAi1 ItAflft nf the Seuth China Government, provided I. i i -i. t xnninmciu nirevru micii iii-uuu. It Is ftntcd In official circles licre that 14 Yunn Hung's attitude toward Sun is friendly. Representatives of the Telclnc Ad ministration, pent te Shanghai te ne gotiate with Sun with n view toward reuniting the whole of China under one Btablc Government, Htill nre urging the former head nf the Canten Government te come te Peking, but he refines te come until assured that the various mil itary factions in China have composed their differences. Consequently Chang Tte-T.tn. Gov- military lender of North China, have entered into negotiations loeKing 10 nn agreement en the issues en which they imvu uitii tit, vuu-i vuut'ivi iik mivi - imu the Associated Press tetlny that these mediations net ween en in as two lean ing military rival were pregrensdnj;. TtV it-flu ilnnlnfAil ttmt If Plinfiff ft ml .A t 11U.J VI11.IIIIVII l Sill V . VlStl ttf tllsVa Wu ngrceil te linrmenizc Sun would be disposed te precceu te rcuing. Dr. Sun Ynt Sen was the first pre -visional l'reKlilent of uinna. anil was frequently called the "rather of the Republic," He wan born in Honolulu In ISO-, and became a Christian many years age. He has two children. After-Dinner Tricks Se. 217 Multiplying Meney A number of coins are counted out "pec n plate, several persons each plac- n money upon it. Kvcry one notes hew much money Is there, and the coins ".re gher te a tjpectater. When he counts ll.c coins he finds about twice as man? im he supposed. The performer teturns the coins te the arleus owners .mil keeps the added amount for him elf. The trick Is accomplished by the nld f several extra coins belonging te the ,ierIerinei. lie holds them In his right band, which is benrnth the plate, slip ping them In between his lingers and the p. ate After the celnH have been counted en te the plate, they are al lowed if elide from the plate Inte n spectator's bands. At the bame ln- tant the performer relcat-es the con cen nsnled coins, se that they slide along with the ethers. "epvrlaht. l'Jtl, Trj Public Ledger Company FINANCIAL "The Atlantic Refining Company ltn Yew Six Oct-Hill Per Cut Geld Debiters! NOTICE OF REDEMPIIO TO THE HOLDERS OF ....- J5 ATLAJ.TIC BEFlMNa OOMPANT Ten Year hlx and One-Hult Per Cjnt. Geld Drbenturrs. due March I. 1031. Yeu are hereby notified that Trie Atlantte neflnlrnf Company has elected te pay oft and rjdaem aa a whula en September lt, 10JZ. the entire 115,000,000 principal amount or Iti Ten Year Six and One-half Per Cent. Geld Oebenturea, dated March 1. 10-1. due March 1, 11)01. issued under Its Trust Asrae ment with The Equitable Truat Company et New Yerk. Trustee, dated March 1. 1951. As provided In said Agreement. The At lantic Heflnlng Company requests each and very holder of ald Debentures te preaent for payment and redemption at the prin cipal amount thereof plus the premium of iM per cent of surh principal amount en September 1. 11)22, at the nfflce nf The Equitable Trust Company et New Yerk, at 87 Wall Street. New Yerk City, In the Bor ough of Munbattan and Stale of New Yerk. U. S A., all such Debentures together with coupon maturing March 1. 1S23, und all sub asquuut coupons attached, and upon sur render et such Debentures In accordance with this notice, the same will be paid and redeemed by The Atlantic Refining Company at the principal amount thereof plua the aid redemption premium of three and one quarter per cent, (3'i) of such principal amount. The accrued Interest due SeDlem. bar 1. 11122. will be cald ULOn surrender of the coupon t'.ierefer which should b d- tacned ana presentea ier payment ln't&s usual manner. Interest en all th hi. banturea will cease en September 1. 1022 and tne coupons maturing alter said date will become null and void. Till! ATLANTIC RCriNINO COMPANY. II ALBERT HILL, Treasurer. Dated! July 'Jtt. 1022. Dividends OFI'ICE OF THE r. II. (iFJST COMPANY 1,1 nd Title llullillne DhtlnHAlnhln. Pa iiiinut OO in1" The Directors of Freeport Oas Company liav tVil dav declared a rearular Quarterly dividend et one und enc-hilf Mr rent (SI..10 ir snare) en tne preierrea sieck et tne intnnmv eutstandlnc. Datable Sentember 1. 1022, te holders of ssld stock of record at tu close et uusiness uus uaie. necxs will i4 mailed. C. H. WEAK. Secretary. OFFICE OF am tmiTEn eah improvement co, N. IV. Cerner Uresd and Arch Ntrreta Philadelphia, June 14, 12.'. The Directors hae this day declared a "uerterly dIMdend of one and thrre-quartrrs t er tent (87 Vic per share) en the Preferred lock of this Company. paab!e Nrntember IS, 1032, te holders of Preferred rfteck of ecerd at the close of business August 31, 'U22. Checks will be mailed. I. W MORRIS. Treasurer Proposal EAIKI PKOPOrtALH WII.I, HE JtK- celved and publicly opened by the Director e( the U. S. Veterans' Ilureau In the orHce t the Quartermaster General, Roem i.'30t) Ainltlena llulldlnir, Warfilnaten, D. C, at I A. SI September 12, 1023. for the con ''ruction of a Veterans' Bureau Hospital at -"rthampten. Mass. Werk includes con ruction of twenty-four (24) buildings, built t re-enferced concrete and brick, complete 1, 1th sewer, water and llehtlns systems, ads and walks (toeUmrs for nln buildings ew under contract). Plans and sprclflca !nns may be obtained after Autust ISth. ion dereait of S100. from the office of the O lartermater General, Roem 2312 Munitien limine, waamngten, u. u , nr irem tne Ilea of Hie Constructing Quartermaster. Camber of Commerce llulldlnir. Northampton. as. Ona pet of plans and spcclncatlens HI ba en exniDitien at tne rouewing sia- ' ins: Office Constructing Quartermaster. 30 hltehall Hldt.. New Yerk City: Offlne matructlnit Quartermaster, Army Supply jss, uosien, Aiass.. uaice -uarierinasier "PPly errirer, Chicago, 111.: Intermedlata "pet. 1S1U West Pershing Reed. Chicago, i.l ann unice wensiruciing wuarterznaater. --eit mem, iieiievuie. in. fHE OHIO CONNECTING RAIL- wat uurm-ANY nMca af the Tminnp i Plttsburch. Pa., July IT, 10M. nt Mortgage Bends of this Cemr. fk -I an .7V"ffwL0L.Vi5i"e..Tll0.V'SnJ 4 111 b tiurchased September I, ie.'2, for t .." ni.bin ITund. from tha nw,i t.i.M... t'orney. tNsw Yerk City, befera three I'tterk. Thuradar nfternoen. Auguat, 31, 'ttt. and Iwnds acrented must i deihered ,vfl September 1 ur H'curity furulsned tint 'STiSSir Shoes, $3.85 in iiiiassagSg-Ti "Ei Odd Lets of $6.50 te $10 Kinds None reserved in advance, se out-ef-towners who are early will have equal opportunities te select SI KK w'e'r: 'MS I Variously ?i! 5SS Kill K! BOOTS OXFORDS r0 !:!,: w'ei: as ) and puivws $3.85 Alsea Greup of Misses' and d Q Qg Children's Scheel Shoes ty&.VD Sizes up te 2. (jimbela, Hecend lloer. Half Price for Bedroom Suites In the August Sale at $250 Instead of $500 Sale stocks are remarkable for the showing of suites at popular prices Gimbel geed furniture well worth the full prices, but at thevlew sale prices I I rf fit t ter wnicn vjimeei sales are tameus. $500 Bedroom Suites at $250 aaaaaaaH jBXSBBS' J. tWaWWW'lWMW I H fJPHt "V HF 71 pB This beautiful bedroom suite, Queen Anne period, made in built-up American walnut. Massive bureau, 52 inches wide, fitted with 30x40-inch mirror; extra-large semi-vanity dressing case; chifforctte is 36 inches wide equipped with graduated drawers. The whole suite is of the finest construction ahd finish. Regular value 500 special in the August Sale at $250 the suite. $325 Queen Anne Dining-Roem Suite, $185 Made of solid walnu with walnut built-up drawer fronts, bringing eut'the beautiful grain, two-tone effect finish with raised panels. Four pieces with silver closet; extension table, 45x60 inches when closed;. buffet, 60 inches long. Regular value $325 special in the August Sale at $185. Olmbeli, Aurust Sale, Stith fleer, ' Gloriously Beautiful Sports Silks Values $2.50 te $4.95 at $1.95 Extra-Heavy Baronette Satin In wonderful colors, that are used net only for sports wear but also exten sively for street and evening dresses. Twelve rich shades orchid, jade, silver, peppy, spring beauty, wall-flower, autumn, meadow lark, navy, coral, watermelon, tan. Alse plcncy of black and white. Value $3.50 a yard, C1 QC All-Silk Tub Broadcloths A wonderfully heavy quality and comes in a multitude of various stripe combinations. Suitable for whole dresses for children and women as well as shirtings for men. Green and white, black and white, navy and white, geld and white, lavender and white, brown and white. Value 2.50 a yard, at Novelty White Sports Satins These come in a multitude of checks, stripes and plaids. Value $4.95 a yard "1 dji AC Olrabels, Second Reet. Women's Coats, Capes, Wraps Half Price or Less $1.95 $16.75 imported mixture Capes new $7.50. $25 imported tweed Coats new $10. $25 silk-lined belivia Coats new $10. $29.75 silk-lined serge Coats new $15. $25 white chinchilla Coats new $10. $19.75 odd silk Coats new $5. $35 and $39.75 Steamer and Aute Coats new $19.75. Misses' Full-Swagger Coats and Capes Reduced te $19.75 Indestructible Pearl Bead Necklaces A continued sale of beauti fully graduated strings of fa mous Lutece pearls. A Grade 24-inch strings, with solid-geld (M AC clasps. Value $5, at ' v B Grade 30-inch Value $9, at Olmbels, Firs fleer strings. $3.95 Tweedy mixtures. Light and dark tans, rose and gray. Misses' $15 te $45 Suits Reduced te $5, $6.75 and $9.75 Tweeds. Tans, rose, blue 14 te 20 year sizes in the let. Dresses V Reduced te $5 Ginghams, linens, voiles, crepes. And some darling imported dresses. CImbels. Salens of Dress, Third fleer. lT Y Weights for New, for Fall and Year 'Round Wear Men's "ivwr Kuppenheimer an( nmiij tttnh Suits "? $25 Quarter-Lined : Half' Lined : Full-Lined m Were $45 te $65 Prep" Scheel and College Men Should Share These Suits of clear-finished worsteds, seft-finiBhcd worsteds, veleurs, tweeds and cassimeres. Suits of distinguished cut and style character istic of these two famously fine makes. Half price and near half every wearer of geed clothes knows what superlative bargains these are at $25. . Frem ether supplier All Men's Summer Suits at Half Price Palm Beach Suits at. .' $7.50 Mohair Suits at . $10.00 Tropical Worsted Suits at $17.50 Gabardine Suits at $20.00 Blue Serge Suite at $15.00 AU-linen Knickers at $3.75 All-wool Stripe Flannel Trousers at. $3.75 kwlm vM CImbels. Beyond fleer, Ninth Street. Iren Bridge and Reading Lamps Hi t Qmxxj $3 Attractive Parchment Shades at $1, $1.25 and $1.50 Silk Shades at $2 and $3. $10 Double Deuble Silk Shades at $3. Gimbel. Fourth fleer. Men's Beacon Cleth Bath Robes, 1 $4.25 Regularly $5.65, at J Beacon blanket cloth (cotton) in up-te-date effects a new let just received. - Late vacationers going te the mountains or shore will like the comfort of these bath (or house) robes. $4.25, regularly $5,65. CImbels, Xlrat fleer. Ninth Street. Subway Stere Dress Sale $15 Values $22.50 te $35 Including Peiret twills and tricetine, besides the lovely collection of Canten crepe, crepe-back satins and charmeuses. Practical business styles splendidly tailored. Dressy afternoon Dresses plenty for "best" wear. And a collection of particularly geed styles practical enough te wear down town te business, in the morning, but all right te keep en for the evening at the theater or movie or Willow Greve. Beaded. Embroidered. Side-draped. Hip-buckled. Bead paneled. Fageted. New sleeves note the big change in Fall's new sleeves. Women's sizes only but 36 clear up te 52! Sale of Dresses for the High Scheel and Business College Miss Nine styles serviceable enough te satisfy the family purse; pretty enough te please the girl Serges at $8.95. Tricetines at $8.95. Peiret twills at $10.95. Crepes de chine at $10.95. Weel crepes at $10.95. Embroidered. Celer-piped. One-piece. 14-ycar sizes, 16-year, 18-year and 20-year sizes. GlmbrV Subwar ster. fit fig If w I w 9 Tomorrow Subway Stere "Launches" a Sale of 3000 Pairs of Children's SCHOOL SHOES $ 1.65:$1.95:$2.45 A fortunate purchase from a shoemaker right here in Pennsyl vania he is well known for the quality of footwear he puts en the market the quality must be there I Durable Built for the Grewing Feet Will Stand Rough Usage On the tables you'll find Oxfords, Ties, High Shoes, Lace Shoes and Butten Shoes, Wise mothers will buy tomorrow and save considerably. All sizes and widths. $1.65, $1.95 and $2.45 1800 Pairs Small Children's Lew SheeS Odd lets "picked out" at the 8am e great shoe factory. $ 1.10 llmijfl, Subwey Hleie, '! It! n y,V la rrMuii.,. k. m,,i win u muue Treasuxsr. K - 'I bfi . twiJ LllJL L i LJLjiMJlLJlIf-lj---i?l" - ' '. t&4b.Ui,'rt'''-?