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;rf.ivs4 a .a
DELAY IN NAMING
Baker Won't Announce Persen'
nel of Various Cemmittees
RUMOR OF "THIRD PARTY"
TollenlnB n conference' between W.
ITnrrr linker, chairman of tlie Repub
lican Slnte CemmlUec, unci Ilebcrt H.
Cilfmllnnlnjr. chairman of finances, to
day. " wnH announced that names of
member of the Finance Executive nnd
Rules Committee will net be announced
It hail erlslnnlly been the plan te
live out the nnmes today, but the list
I net cempicie. .......
The f'l" campaign agnlimt Hie De me.
rat will Ret under way Saturdny in
jMlenteun when Clifferd I'inchet, Mon
itor IVpper nnd Senater Iteed will do de
Jher nddrcnes nt the T.ehlxh County
fnlr. TliroiiRlieut the cnmpiilRn Mr.
I'inchet Intends te relterntc the pledges
he made during his primary light against
Attorney (Jenernl Alter.
"I understand," said Mr. Baker,
"Mr. (ilenillnnlng hnH some plans In
mind respecting the financing of the
campaign which I want te tall: ever
with lilm before taking nny notion
along ether lines. I shall sec him to
morrow morning, nnd after our confer
enre I bellcve I shnll be able te make
formal appointments of the committees
autherised at the meeting of the State
"Mr. I'inchet is ready for the cain
palftn. He will Hpenk nt Berncy Park,
Alleiitewn. en Saturdny next. Sena
tors Pi'iiper and Heed also expect te
make the opening addresses of their
campaigns the hnme day and nt the tnmc
plate. The nominee and myself had nn
entirely satisfactory talk at his home at
Milferd. and e enjoyed the pickerel
Mr. Baker acknowledged yesterday
he had received information from Wash
ington County tlmt petitions pre-empting
a third party title were in circula
tion there and that supporters of the
movement wcie responsible persons.
Similar reports have been carried te
members of Penuvlvniilu'x delegation
In the Meuse of H"presentntives. At
1 he national capital it was said this
week that Ueprc-entntlvu William J.
llurke might head a third tltket.
A lslt of .Judge Ilucene C. Beiinludl
te Washington and a renterence he held
there with Ueprcenratlc Burke
reused the Interest of LViinsjlvtinlii
members in the possibility of a "wet"
third tiikut. with Mr. Hurkc as n can
didate for the Senate nnd the Judge1 as
a gubernatorial aspirant.
Announcement was made tean.v bj
Prof. Cjlde h. King, chairman of tin.
Committee en dunnccs of l'uinsjl
miiiii, uhieli is investigating trie fiscal
hltimtlen in l.ehalt of Mr. I'inchet
that .lames W. Kelliti, an engineer of
the llmeati of Municipal ,Itese.ucli I111.1
been appointed te nss!ht William J I.
(ennell In the muti of the State
GIRL TAKES POISON
Tries Suicide When Kept at Her
Angry because her mother jejuctl te
Hew her 10 go out nt 11 P. M. with
girl friend, fourteen -j ear-old Itesalic
Ivniz, (ireen street near Tenth, nt
tempteil suicide last night by swallow
ing poison, according te the police
.iiri. iiiii iiiiti rcnrimnni pi !...
RAIDS ON OLD YORK ROAD
Twe Men Frem Hatboro Hotels Held
en Liquor Charges
Norristettii. I'n., Aug. i.'.1. Miikih-
trnte Prank J. chirk ist niRlt .,
Charles i:. Cesslcr. of I lie lt.illi-en.1
lTr,..t . II.il fi ,
I i 'u .!t,mrri' ""'1 Q?n lliPl'lT.
01 till' Ilntlinrn Inn in SEl.:nn i.nii i.
. ll - ," "" i'uh niru
for nlleBi'd vliilntleu of the Wener net. ,
WilUnin Mel.vey. son of Nemh Ale-
Mny, iiroprlcter of J'eniitiiiii IIeuhp
"illnw (,roe. was dlselinrKcd. He .
nan iii-en iiricsicii en Saturday wlien
officers sent out by District Attorney
Kcniilnser made a raid en these Old
lerk read hotels.
McKiey was taken bemuse he was
in chniRe of the plnee, but theie was
no i'iileiiee tmt he had sold iinv lln lln
ner. H,. testllled that he is net the
yi"irirui- anil only It llO.'IKlcr
Jiilin Cleineiis, of I'liiladelphiu,
peeinl operator for the District ' At- I
'er!t'; who was with Constable I'etter !
11 'iisistrate ('link in the raids,
.",,! , u,,n me alleged iIUeuce.
HOLD FOUR IN RAID
Analysis of Powder Seized May
Shew It te Be Depe
At the reipiPM of detectives fonrpris fenrpris fonrpris
jners arrested Inst week In ,i raid en a
Jeiise nt J0S North Thirteenth street
IT' " ",,,1 held for n continued hearing
Nitur,ln bj MiigistriitP Fitzgerald in
tne nW.mll ulI ',llPr Mr,.,, Matin,,.
. ""J'f I'lM'stlKiltlen, the detectles
,, '.!'"' ,,",t ,J,,t 1,P,M '"'PletPil and a
Jii T1 ,"( V,1'"0 l",w,pr M,'1,,l In the
MI inul believed te be eocaine was
riinse ariested were Frank Cardene,
.nn n '""''S S,,,,n(m ,m": A'm Wat
. ' i C'Y S""n "'", -".v Miller. They
crc In , i Sr,nne bail eaeh.
TWO HURT IN CRASH
Auteist Hits Milk Wagen In Gleuces
JiiCTu-Ym ,,,.!,,,,n,It ",, '""'J' 'l
"fii'tl, U illiaiii Vile. Seuth Wcstvlllc,
rib, ,,',,,'m n ""V,"'1;' fracture of two
lis',' ljJ',,la ""NT' r'-- ITHi-n
ami hl.ni, "'"" J,UH ('"H ,lf l' fnee
Cnlwr W; ,S,m w,lN 'ken te the
' """Pltal. Cainilcn.
0" &,,rlr":,f 'n ,,l,l.,!'"t S0 "", ,iKllt
150 'r '.f ",'r, ",ilu "'" About
Deltli-Hm milK w,,t, i)retPIli
WAS VISITING FRIENDS
Mai7 McKeag Found by Breth
at Atlantic nt..
M.. ,. .- w"'
rlri i.r ,-'i","Bt ii 1 ftccn-M-ar-eliI
T li" ) J 7 ty t,',,,'i-'l'..
' C CIlllIB B " '"""C ''' '" iTOlJlCIH
i,h Hllu" !lfc;,'K,H. rORUM
.tletial iIiuSriin.Br!.',,l,7l!,ll " cilu.
mr " vTiciiT.'WHuffsas;.1
daughter several ddjs nge because of " "' 'jntt 'l. i "" ' w www' " ' ,,uuu
te lute hours shn l:eiit nml n,., ..it...i Ai cording te the story told the
J.tK l'.v fhe girl, she met Dctwilei , Wilmington Man Stele Machines
. ovhlrr'eM dirVV't'0'1 Vo,wn:BsVrweXage':l,,Heffir ,., Werth $35 000 Is Charge
X. she went in., Hinf,, ! ilwr " l'rPMMl. she said, and tlie elope- , Clarence . Itatlidge. of Wiim.ng Wiim.ng
.Wike water sh rli if, w f j' " was planned. As money wnsi""'. wu held without ball by Magis-
T ( W ,I ,! i H, "lllisll;,n.1'.', it is alleged, they took the .Mate Ceward today te await extraill-
II L ,. , " V.?- .. . ""T'"1' bends. I'liPy were arrested in Chester, "en by. the De aware authorities..
'""" " ' '""iin is nermu". - itatlidge, a lermer sin
fn'n ""'' VrP"' '-VJ T'","";"n street.
iClu" W,J ,lrlvI,,R hiN ,,,,r ""! n
his , -, "'"""''r'Hy. nt 4 o'clock
nrhnT,",1,l,,,!' '"'"'"'llnt.i a milk wagon
, 'mm1 if ui li, nil I'i'liii htrmif.
LwK&f'i :'i'-v A.-3jWaaaaaaaH
Wlldnoed girl who was nn uteri
with man in Camden
ELOPER IN SHORE JAIL
Man Recused of Abducting Wild Wild
fSeerge Cheney. Cumac street near
Montgomery nvenue. was held without
Ijo for tip (Jrand Jury at n hearing In
lIUwoeJF last night, lle is clmrged
iiii iieuucung .iinnc! JiaKer, of Wild
Weed, with whom he was arrested os es
terday In Camden while en route te
Llkteii e be married. The girl was re
leased. the giViVme'th'eV estllle 3"c&. y S
lived with Mabel's eldest sister, R1I
as her common -law husband, the fnmlly
believing they were legally mnrrledr
Morphine nnd n revolver wern fnuml
In Cheney's possession.
16-Year-Old Phoenixville Girl
Found "Hubby" Was Al
PAIR NABBED IN CHESTER
OMIIii.ienincnt is the portion
-Wllilre.l Nelimin. sixteen vcurs old.
I'heciiiwille. Twe' weeks age 'she 1
eiepeil. nnd new she llnils her "lnis- l
band" u a married man with two small
fhildren. In uddltien, she must face
:i cliarge of liucenj. The elopement.
It is charged, was financed with two ,
j.ineiiy iteutis owned bv Airs, .lamps
Majer, the girl's grandmetber. '
Tfihn I'. Detwiler, of l'ottstewn,
the man In tiie rise. Is In jail nt Went i
J'licter en a larceny charge Squire i
Hewell, of I'heenlwille, held him es- J
terduv under M(MIO bail for court. I'n- i
able te find n bondsman. Detwiler went
te lull. His wife has signified her '
willingness te forgive him when he is !
out of trouble. snjinL' her cblldien '
need him. The gill ims been rilcnml
ROB H0SIERYSH0P AGAIN
Thieves Steal $1000 Werth
Goods Frem Max Cleln's Stere
TIiiepi cntoied the hoiierv steie of
Mnx Cli'in. 411) l'nplnr street, Inst nislit
nml stele SI 000 worth of feeds. Clcln
.1!. ...iintHiiil lifu liuu li linn lin .,.....! l.
UlU'tMl - iril JW nr--. n iivii IIU l"Ut'l V
store this mmnliiB. The front il.w
. . i i i... i. -i.. .""
hick WH siuuii-u-ii u uiu (llieWS M1CII
tliev kIiiimI enlnmce. '
(Mi-ln. who was robbed of .$S00 worth
of hosiery several mentlis nire.. renertiil
IiIh less Te the Frent and Muster streets
MAN HURT; AUT0IST FLEES
of Camden Accident
A sneeding automobile continued nn
'its way last night after hitting .Insenh
WHni1 tlilrtv-se en enrn iM .if un'l
Seuth Second street, this 'city at
Hrmiilwny and Hulsen street, Seuth
Camden. last night.
Wltzer was taken
te the Camden
Homeopathic Hospital, where iihysl- I
clans say he hns a fractured .skull.
There Is no mere delightful out-of-deer land, the world ever,
than can be found within Philadelphia's own City limits
readily accessible by street cars. Nevertheless, but few of the
city's dwellers really knew, for instance, the enchantment of
the Wissahickon Glen or the surpassing beauty and wonders
of Fairmount Park. As part of the "Knew Your City"
campaifrn, and for the guidance of theso wlie may seek the
physical relaxation and mental and spiritual stimulus te be
pained by a hike in the open, the following series of Trellev
Hikes has been carefully prepared te offer n wide variety of
enjoyable walks, ranKinpr from two te six miles, all of which
will be found equally inviting at almost any season of the year.
Trell.y Hlk. Ne. 1 e. Mil.. Trelley HIW. Ne. .1 -xl ii..
THROUGH THE WISSAHICKON
Reute 13 . Oermantewn Av.
flian at n.thlehem rilea te City
t.lne Walk wcnt-latl.te Wla.a Wla.a
hlrken. rten ttre.ni te Valley
Oreen 3 mllen; te Lincoln Drive
3 mile.; left, te nittanheme Street
Reute C2.Cli.lten Ave.
Trelley Hike Ne. 2 3 Miles
THE UPPER tflSiAlllCXON
Reute 51 flermantnwii Ave.
Change at Rethlehem riUe te City
I.lne Wall wrat'lert-te Wlaia-
lilcldin; down .tream te Rex Ave
3 mlle.j fellow Rex Ave left up
hill te Reute :3 at Uethlehem PlUe
Trelley Hike Ne. 3 4 Mile.
WISSAHICKON CflESHEIM CREEK
Reute S3 Wane A e te Car
renter I.nne; fellow path north te
Allen l.ane, left te Hickory Hill
reud, te Wla.ahlchen, wallt up
.(ream te Valley Green; enm te
eat hank, rlfht, te Ora.hetm
I'r.ek; left, te Reute 23.Qermau 23.Qermau
Trelley Hike Ne. 4 2 te 3 Milt
THE LOWER WISSAHICKON
Reute CJ Wayne Ae. te Car
penter Lane; left en Carpenter l.ane
le Kitchen's Lane, te VVIasahlcken;
down stream te Lincoln Urlre;
rlfht, alone Drive te llldice Ae -Heute
fi 1 ; or short cut left, alenv
Drive, te niltenjieui. Street Routs
n yvVKl,flv-'V'jf'fiB.f.,Jit, j"
BOY SAVES SISTERS
Eleven-Year-Old Here Pulls Twe
Younger Children Frem
Debris in Dark '
BOTH PARENTS KILLED
With remnrknble presence of mind,
eleven-yenr-oldDenglns Hancock, of '2.1
23 Knlrvlcw nvenue Iflghtnnd l'ark,
went te the rchctie of bis slsier I.eis,
.1 . . . .
mnnd Hancock. tln nureiits of iIk. dill
dren, were killed
Mr. Hancock had purchased a new
automobile, which was delivered te his
home In Highland l'nrk Saturday
afternoon. The fumlly of live left that
, evening te visit .Mrs. Hancock's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Themas Wlialey,
of Churchill, Md. They were te re-
J uru Sunday.
. At 11 o'clock, nttemptlng te get out
' of the way of another machine, the
car turned ever. Douglas wub the
nrst te recover and. crawled from
under the car. Hearing his hlstcis'
cries, he called te them net te bt
frightened, and after getting 11 Hash
light from the car. helped the little
girls from under the iar. Nene of
the children was Injured.
Hearing no sound from bis pnicnls,
the child began te search about ths
tangled mass of wreckage and the
renTIside. A short wnlk brought him
"I'eii nis mower, wiie lay crumpled
.uWlft SSK ,W?
t hml imnnpneVl y nn.i l Lli Mfe if1
f ther ''vV ' UnnL L.ekwL ,for hl
I r'.'.'.Tv.-.V1- 1Iance;k s , body wu.s
hi iiic reun, nor neuu spilt open
found further nwnv. Tliu liieu tl,l..
tig se that he could heidly walk, and
nis henrt broken, Deuglns knelt by the
side of the body, and took from bis
pockets the watch, money nnd cverv
thlng of value. He then sat down i.v
nis sisters in the rend and comforted
tlirm until liersens nrnnnil fnnV tlmm
i te their grandparents.
I , ? ''""foek was gcncial mat.ager
I of tin. trunk .1. Shebel Company, jam
'''"'""acturers, at Thompson and
1 Llenrfleld streets.
The funeral services vieie held a!
tiie lieme of Mr. and Mrs. Whalev, at
Cliurcbville. this morning.
BOY DIES OF INJURIES
Child's Death Fellows Being Run
Down by Autetruck
Itiehnnl Moere, six jeais old, of
10,"i Heutii Twenty-fourth stieet, died
this morning in tlie relycllnic Hospital
as the result of Injuiieu jesterday aft
ernoon when be was run down bv mi
n,l.te truck, nt Twentj -thiid nnd AViiv-
ei lev streets
'Hie Imy Inul teen pla.ing in tup jard
of the Hallewell l'ublic Hclioel "and
siKiueniy ran out lu the street directh
In the path of the truck. Sergeant
vieiizen, in tne iwentli and Tine
streets station, who was standing en
the corner, made a vain attempt te
save the hid.
The driver of the truck. William
Dilniuie. twent-six jears old, of .'ill)
Xerth Sixtieth stieet, did net bine
time te apply bis brakes before stiiklii"
the hej. He was nriestcd by Sergeant
ace ouner ip
llinuiBten, is eliarced with the iar
(eny of autornebllch valued nt Ki.'.OOO.
lie was arrested at Fifteenth iini AI.i
Uet streets last night, nfter he Inn
passed tlie signal of u traffic police
man. Reef Garden
Coel for Luncheon,
IN THE OPEN
SWEET IRUR VAIE-FAIUMOUNT PARK
Olrnrfl Ave. te 34th
si Hntrance Fellow nath-rlaht.
under arrh (or take nivar Drive
f.rnlna; left at Pumplnr Btatlen un
.... .... ""' IO "erucuitural
Hall Fellow Lllv Pnnd. te B.l-
Id. Routes 35, 3 40, 41
Trelley Hlk. Ne. e 3 Mfl.s
0E0R0ES HILL FAIRMOUNT PARK
Reuta 35 te 62d It Untrance Ce
.lep. te r.aertres Hill Fellow drive,
left-te standplpa. Right, en path,
fro., drive, down .ten. Left, te
Relment Jtanalen Left, en curving
e,-Er"t ,l,rn "feergee Hill," fS
elgn 'VynnedeM Drle." right, te
64th St -Reute 70
Trelley Hike Ne. 7 3W Mils
Routes 61 or 75 te Rldge & MM.
ale Preas Tails Rrldge Right.
nar R. II llrldge. L.,1,, upRi, '
Klr.t left te Chameunlx Man.len.
I ollew drive te tennis oeurts Lett,
down te trolley bridge Left, te
River Drive. Left, te Kalla Drldgs
te Routes (1 or ?5.
Trell.y Hlk Ne. 8 3 te 4 Mile
Simttitr-ltnm llll-rilmiiit ftrk
Routes 7. I, 16, 33 or t te 33d A
Dauphin Entrance. Left, across
playgrounds Right, around reser
voir; down hill te River Drlv Laft,
te tunntl I-aft. up curving driv.
te cilrard Ava Reute li Or,
straight through Lemen Hill te
Qreen St. Reute 43, 44 na ft
riirnn .fiT'tJ ri 1 1 1 ntiii nn tt lien ti inn . jc-.r ..!. (.i .-,' 1 .. . f.rrjv . j . t 1
,;;,; :;,,::, " '.::i." i,t - :mw H..ciic..b..rK cieti.mB
a result of an accident Satu.dny eve- ff'At, i T ;. ''tyMM V'Zf ?"!' ?nnc,0 "'T
..1 1...- ...!. ... . . . St"",'l ' ' -.' "--' ' r? '..' :ti Tlie in unction Is 11 di
iiihk nines euisiue or uncsier- fyi-.ft ?lZ&Sg&"t,J'K'jfa defendniits nie M'celli
town. Md. Mr. nml Mf. OfU Itnv Jfe.ilifej.viliLs,41.2 Si s . f... m... . ..ni.... t,r.
A Tft CIICDCPT uci n
LEDGrERr-PHIIJADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST
T T f .. 7
Park Concert Soloist
' i" -
MISS SUSANNA DERCUM
TO SING TONIGHT IN PARK
Contralto te Appear With Sym
phony Orchestra as Soloist
Miss Susanna Dercum, contralto, of
this city, will be the soloist nt the
concert tonight of the Falrmeunt Turk
Symphony Orchestra In tlie Lemen Hill
What these who have heard It en
previous occasions predict will be the
feature of the purely orchestral part of
the program Is "Silhouette," bv Mr.
The program : -
nMnd March, "Tnnnhiuner". .. Winmur
Oi i turn, "rtemnn Carnlvul". Il.Vllea
en t Dallla" .'.V.i.V. '..Halnt-siens
r i . Susanna Dercum
Coprlccle Espagnol Hlmfuky-ICoraakew
Slllieiiltes (t.lttln Hulte) Hndl-v
' SMilh: it. ,nch: III. ltillan: IV,
American. V, Kiryptlnn; VI, frlh, '
Aria, "reople Vlctorleun" C'Hera No Ne
vlnslma") , Horatio I'arl.pr
i.i . . ,Su"n.n'!?- Uercum
n) "Itart Wnuiulu,"
iei "iinm Hpnnit" Orle-r
I ernandelc," from "IArlealeiine" Sulli
Tlie MunlcipHl Hand will piny at
Ithnwn Htnet nnd Oxford avenue, Vex
Chase, nt 8 o'clock tonight. Tlie pro
March (drat time). "Tnenty-elshth DI DI
lnlen' . . it,..,,,,,.
?r'.Ure'i "1SI-" .TchaUevUkv
vfCnl rlOln , . u Af.1lniinii
ChnmrterlHtlc. "Tim Mill" . - .. onTe".
Sf wlnn from "Mlmnn" .m.r"'.
Tener ,ele.. ... ..".... .'.'V jcre Sna w
('nncert v.ally. "Cnnlne Tnnr" ... Otinirl
r.ntrj- of tlin f',e1n Inte ValhalK" VnKner
The I'liiladelphiu llnnd will plnv nt
the Pnrkuuy I'Ina teniglit ut S o'clock.
Tlie program :
CMerture. "IViitlal '
encert Value. "Antm U'Ameur
Ilnrp sole, sileclcd,
An I.enlnc in "Toltde".
flrnnil nl.ctlnii, "lihetufrln"
Iliirrnrelln. "Talej of Heffman
Seprano sole, s I. etui.
"Stir PpanslcJ Ilunner"
The I'nirmeunt Park Hand will pluv
at Uelment Mansion. Tlie program :
OMTture. "ItltfnI" Wnener
i1.'! lfiJ'"nzze. "Ii l'irnuettM". . .. rmelt
M "Scotch Patrel" ... . . .si, Vrpi
Cornet nole, "K-'inlnlei cm f prac HelIi
Mr Same MHrteraiiV ' "
Til.. Mhrtniri.ly nml tl... n.t...l..' i..
I ' '!"" "f .Scotch, Irlnh an.l UnllHh airs)
(a) n.iBBM.- nine frm Natoma" .llfrl.crt
l) Diurlptltu fantasj. l"lt- Natleni.."
petcrlntlen 'Jhe nations lslteU ilurlnrf I
this )ourne are rprsntcil l.y their rc
spctln IIhkh anil ar In the fnllnu line order
I. Kmclnml. 1'. Ilulii, .1, Jhpiii, I, Italy.
Krnnce: tl Il-lKluni, 7. Unll.il Suiter I
"HallPt l.vitlnn" . . .t.uirflnli
Waltz, "vlrnna ItHiiiill' vinhP...
AtrN lin.n 'ihltiitrri.. l..,.ir
"Mar MmtikI'M HiritiT
&',' ' . y.iHIE' :
a .. .7 ' rws.MtSfyw
MISS SUSANNA DKKCUM j
tz&g&t wr tan
si JmW i . & t rl
mm inquencning .
Iff thirst itleaves Aj Hk
BB nothiiigtebedti--. Jfflk
M desired ClMffld&
l! 1 Ufaii w
i VVJaVv H gOD3aCw aB V M m m m SmAsM i0
""""k Dclic'eu3 and Rcfrcshlnd s4& I
Mann & dblks
1102 CHESTNUT STREET
About V2 Price
2.50, 3.00 Beat SUk Hosiery
1.00, 1.50 Silk 4-in-Hands
8.00, 10.00 Best Silk Shirt.
2.50, 3.00 Madras Shirts
2.00 White Madras Union Suits
2.50 White Cheviot Cellar-Attached Shirts, 1.85
3.50 Fashion Knit 4-in-Hands 2.75
1.00, 1.50 Silk Bew Ties 55
9.00, 10.00 Bathing Suits 475
3.00 Bathing Pants x 7S
2.00, 2.50 Fine Silk 4-in-Hands .95
Raincoats, White Flannel Pants, Gelf Suits, Office '
Coats, Dusters, Overcoats, Linen Mesh Underwear,
Gelf Pants, etc.
Mann & Dilks
u92 chestnut street
HALTED BY SUIT
Judge McDevitt Signs Decree
PROVISIONS ARE DRASTIC
dudgc McDevitt teduy signcii the
writ enjoining the Amulgnmntcd Cloth
ing Workers of America from Interfer
ing ih nny way with the business of
nstic one. Tl.e
ill. nine Itltlltl-
.iuiii iinntiiiiiiii,, iiinnn.itii.Bi -
idntlng, insulting, annejlng, follew'.ng
and directing nbusive or derisive lnn-
i gunge or appronrieus epnnein hk"iii"-
the empleyes of the factory, nt or neat
the factory, or en their way te and
fiem the place of their emplejmcnt.
"Frem picketing In lnrge groups,
congregating nbeut, pal riding, crowding
or loitering nbeut the factory, or ap
"Prem visiting .the homes of the
empleyes or their families and relatives
and insulting, intimidating, using H
language or tbreatenng the empleyes or
Interfering in nny way with their home
Tiie injunction writ was delivered te
the Sheriff for immediate service.
The Snellenburg Clothing Cempaii
asked for the injunction following a
strike nt the plant. It reopened nftei
ten dnya'' Idleness, but efforts te get out
fall urric.re, it was declared, were ham
pered by the union.
Twe Wills Probated
The will of Frederick Killer, VM
CSreen lane, was probated today. He
Ienes S"i00. Anether will probated
was that of Orphn H. Lee, 4041) Penn
street, leaving an estate of .$.'5200. In
ventories of personal estates, filed were
these of Magnus II. Ilrewn, $041,307,
nnd Jehn O. Itullitt. Hd. S20..J5S.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
Jehn J BchrrlLur. 3312 N 13th Ht . anil WII-
hetmlne KaiU'ckn, 710 -V 13th at.
Daihl HnltLh, HIT N 7th at.. anJ I'ran-
ceH I. l'lne. 307 Chrlatlnn a(
Clyil MePheraen. "ill N. Iflth at and Hllza-
bcth Mllea, 704 N' -llUh at.
Joaeph J llarch, 104 Merrl si . and ITmlly
O Ilrady. S4H N. HlnKKeliI at
Arneld C riaclirr. 30 V. Sharpnacl: st
and Imne A. Hlnedeller. H2J S sath at
Julius Fester. IIS Kilter at., and Heaile I.
Hall. (22 . 7th at
Ilenjntnln C Hewnmii, 3010 narlnu; at., and
MuiKaret M, Morrison. Hrtlil Hnrlnit at
llarrv Skoreff. 1022 i: Mujamennlnu axe
n rnl ReNcca '.fit. L'el farpfnli-r t
Wllllun A Dmn. 24 1J K c'u nherlnml ai
and Ixin-tta D. Callahan. 2071 Cedar at
Vllllam II Cule 24.13 Tulip at . and Jennie
M. llrennan Eflile Tulip at
Vllllum A. lleftmun. 1443 i: MojamenaliiK
avc. and i:il.abuth T. SchmlU, S.ll Itncc
bhmlrerlc 7. l'erreaer (27 Spruca t. and
Mellle Tan, 217 fi. Jf-aup at
Merr'H Klnohenlwrit. l't 10 H Sth at. and
I.ntia Tuxler, M 41 Cnrke aa.
lainus O IlrUhani IH27 liens at and Mar-
xuiet II Dill, ,"i;22 Wlllewrt a
In purine vegetable
usance meana Failure
CLAD'S PARER turn
WASTE Inte WEALTH
for Heleh and ReitanranU
VICTOR V. CLAD CO.
119 & 121 S. 11th St.
MtiE)liiiiWfrJ TjlCec CeU Company
PAT'S CUSSING SHOCKED
. . .
Used Language "Net Fit for Police
4 . man te Hear"
Even a policeman's vocabulary has
kt limitations nnd Jiecnusc of that
I'ntrlclc Willlnms, of Gloucester, N. J.,
had le pny $10.7fi en n cbnrge of dis
orderly conduct today,
"Your Hener," ild Patrolman Jen
nings who preferred the charge, "he
used language that was net lit for n
policeman te hear." Mayer Andersen
remnrked it must hnve been "pretty
Williams nlse get In trouble by having
n slight altercation with his stop step
sister, Annie Hoever, and was held
under $500 bail for court by Mayer
Andersen en the charge of assault and
COLLEGE ROMANCE TO END
IN MARRIAGE SATURDAY
Fermer Penn Student Will Wed In
structor of Chemistry
A romance that began at the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania in 1018 will
end Saturday in the marrlnge of Miss
Ksther K. Hpcncer, 5407 Cedar avenue,
and Harry A. Alscntzer, Jr., new an
Instructor of chemistry at the uni
versity. Miss Spencer, who is twenty-two
years old, entered the University te
ENGAGEMENT RINGS' -
SUPREME QUALITY AUTHENTIC STYLES
Fashion favors The Polished Girdle Diamond
for this important ring.
Drink iced Boscul
;and laugh at Summer's sun
Linde Furniture Sale
Largest Assortments! Greatest Values!
Yeu can't duplicate any of these at any ether Sale new
going en. Try it and see. Values, of course, depend
upon both quality and price. A cheap price doesn't make
geed value if the quality is peer.
That's where the Linde Stere is different. Its quality
cannot be excelled. Its prices are guaranteed positively
20 te 30 per cent below every ether store. They are
lowest because of its $150,000 a year location and ex
pense saving. If you need Furniture, new or later, yet
it in this Sale by all means, for you wilt net have an
other such opportunity for big savings very seen again.
VhViIJ't $t'!F nCviJrit, r-Vy vfATT?Sa
This Suit in Tapestry or Velour
Is strictly guaranteed inside and out. Has mas
sive Davenport 76 inches long. Large arm and fire- c
side Chair. Loese cushions. Full nrincr Mn.. 5
1h4l n v'ces-i
Very high grade. Extra-large
Wlnnf Hh..- a
China closet. 43 nch ,M r-
!- :Vr.v ," ?nne .a.cs,K"-.
(round), or 54x45 inches (obit.
9x12 Ft. Runs
High Pile Axminstcr. !
Weel Velvet .
8.3xiem Ft. Hugs ,
Royal Wilten .. . . $5, 00
High Pile Axminster . MTO -
Weel Velvet ... ,X
Tapestry Bru.,els ." ' Ufa
OPEN EVFivrvrQ Vf 7
I Ilzi If I TjPf B r kV
" avay aaiuraay
23dStniet, Celuml&ia and Ridjje Avenues
pursue the study of French, following
her graduation from the William Penn
) ITS TOASTED
It's toasted. This
one extra process
gives a delightful
quality that can
net be duplicated
L. D. Berger Ce., 59 N. 2d St
Bell Market IH Kevttent. Main 7H
" "I t w..H4UV-
1 'in1' .
dresser 46 inchr-i
. 60 Inches Ien,. . .
en table, 43 inches 1 AQ
and V2 Off
Gx!) Ff !?,.,.
" ' -
$.S?yual Wilten m .... 539.OO
.'.VB" rc Axminster
T.incn. n .' - '
7;, " , r- .
HM r, Llnelc"
Extr7rrr,a,dc' Sq Sd
iftr? Grade, sq. yd. .. ,
l?.?fla Gr.adc' s Y'
"ni.e. sq. ya 1,
Perry's Neiv Fall
Sizes 14 te 18 years
have the "swing" and "go" that
every young fellow wanti
$20 $23 $25
and up te $33
New models yokes, belts, out
side patch pockets single and
double breasted coats and a
thousand ether little things that
make them just right!
He'll knew when he sees them.
Handsome Fall Clethes
Are Filling Our
and a few are in our west win
dows newest patterns "het off
the griddle" fresh colorful
gabardine and homespun over
coats Sports clothes in new de
signs. One leek convinces you
of their quality.
Clearance of Spring
Clethes at very
much below value.
A word te the
Perry & Ce.
16th & Chestnut
SUPER - VALUES
in Clethes for Men
j. l Ce . ie:a
We buy and dismantle
all ltlndi of plants larira or small, con
taining Iren and mi-el. CJoed price, paid.
Michlevitz & Company
Ladies Keep Your Skin
Clear, Sweet, Healthy
With Cuticura Seap
and Cuticura Talcum
1 Cellins -Baths
Electric and Steam MaMtagt
Salt Rub 1
NIGHT AND DAY SERVICE
6LEEPINQ ROOMS NO TIPPINO
18.23 NORTH BROAD STREET
Tea can r ycrur BMAtUST AHOK
wtth EASE anil COMFORT whti ute
sMaks ts jresn- f t CM a pacta cImmC
ahl-. te ATMS limWtat. Taaa m rlasa.
1530 Locust St.
S. E. Cor.
L e c u h t
aise desirable Doctors
Offices. Inspection invited.
All modern equipment.
. . ...
separate maids' quarter,!.
rrtvaf Branch Exell
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