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'""v" WV '. fi?fS', -,VHf& U'AVl -"''V't'f ' V" vw-'t wv?jn nWP? -Ji-V J Mi'! '41 ; ' 9 Ci't ' I 5 ft i w IJ se I , ' ' ft Mr ft EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA1, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1922 f'lEST CHESTER FAIR EXHIBITS VARIED Many Farm Products Seen as Agricultural Association jr" Display Begins READY FOR RACING EVENTS ttteial Dttatt te Evening PuMIs Ltderr Went Chester. Ta.. Ann. 30. With oed weather the attendance at tlie fair or th Chester County Agricultural Association today vies with that of tome "biff days" of former years, anil everything is in hapc for the Yief ' The track was never in better condition for the racct. A bis feature is the ex hibit of cattle, which Is the largest seen i here. ,1 The ceuntrv bevs of the hoc ana crn clubs have some excellent display, and In canning, embroidery, house work and ether accomplishments, the rlrls show remarkable skill, their ex hibit being n feature. The exhibit of farm produce Is n big one, and some remarkable results are shown in growing, considering the early season. The Bhew of peaches, apples nd ether fruit occupies an entire bulld Inf with the flowers, and this feature is special point of interest te visitors. West Chester ii the dahlia center of this section of the State, and the dis play occupies a large space with won derful effects in blooms It was announced that William Jen nings Brjan will talk from the grand stand, Thursday at 11 M . as an dded attraction Women are rlaying an important part In the fair The Chester County Ce-opera posed of Palm Bench, who was attired a a modern bathing beauty. Thelma tlors tlers mnn, of Newark, two and n half years old. was awarded the first prlr.e for the prettiest child under eight, nnd Miriam Svet, also of Newark, the first prize, for bath costumes. Gwendelyn Dnbb, nine years old, of Scranton, took first nward for the most attrnctlre child. Marien Grace Kirns, six years old, of Bradley Beach, get first award for unique bathing attire, and Jehn J. Weeds, of HO Clark avenue. Ocean Greve, first award In the funniest man class. Choir Friends te Wed While singing In the choir of the Church of the Annunclntlen, at Twelfth nnd Diamond streets, Frederick W. Ilelzwarth, of 1227 Dauphin street, met Miss Amanda Trexcl, of 8300 North Sixteenth street, a coprnne singer In the choir. They ere te be married at 8 o'clock tonight in the same church by the rector, the ltev. Daniel I. Odell. A reception will fellow at the Hetel Majestic. !Sl $25 $35 PAINT CRAFT AUTO PAINTING CO. Large Caw, $35.00 and up Finished in 48 Hours Ferd Cart, $25.00 The Way We ZteTT Clean, 8 eeata of flat paint, Tarnished and peltahed guaranteed I year against cracking; curtain and upholstery. Lettering and pic terlal work. Paint Craft Aute Painting Ce. Fer Details Bring Car te 8301-03 WniTBY AVE., WEST PH1LA, NEAR 52D AND BALTIMORE AVE !tViVj peratlve Council, which Is com- i twenty-two distinct erganira- tlens. including the grange and many welfare societies, has etie of the lurgest exposition buildings. In one corner the County League of Women Voters holds sway and In structs all Interested in the use of the ballet. The Republican Women's Or ganization, by the way. has a separate tent covered with pictures of Gifferd Plnchet. Anether corner of the co-epcratlvo building is given ever te health vvmk. A new traveling dental clinic outfit which has just been acquired for the county Is en exhibition. Ml Mildred C. Carl, a dental hgipnl"t. Is In charge. Soen the will iit vChoels In the county te examine nnd clean the teeth of pupils While the State al ready has n traveling dentist. Chester County is one of the first counties te take up such work as a community enterprise The grange exhibit Is cxtremelv fine. The unusually geed jear for crops has brought out Immense ears of corn, cucumbers, tquashes and fruits. MRS. HELENPY0TT WINS BEAUTY PRIZE AT SHORE Fifty Get Awards In Parade of 600 at Bradley Beach Bradley Beach. N. J.. Aug HO The 8rst annual beauty parade was held here yesterday In presence of thousands of persons along the Boardwalk. Six hundred contestants were in line anu prizes were awarded te fifty. Every conceivable costume was noted In the parade, which started at the Fourth avenue bathing croup nnd con tinued past the judges stand at the pavilion, where it counter -marched Bobbed-hair beauties were In vogue. and although the occasion was nher tlsed strictly as a beauty parade, there were mere than 2.V) babies In line. The grnnd prize was awarded Mrs. Helen Pyott, of Bradley Ueaeh anj The future of veur wife and daughter TSHE qualities that se endear your wife and daughter te you de net equip them te with stand the rude shocks of life. It has been your pleasure te develop and prize these quali ties, but in se doing you have assumed a solemn obligation. Yeu have builded an estate sufficient te care for them. But think. Is it your property alone that gives them financial assur ance te-day? Your property without your management might fall far short of your intentions. The officers of this Company can appreciate your anxiety about this question. They suggest that you call and dis cuss with them a way in which you can be assured a competent, sympathetic manager for the estate you leave. We would like te send you a copy of our new booklet "Protecting the Family", an interesting explanation of what your will can be made te accomplish. Write te either office, or call xn person. .Ji Philadelphia Trust Company 415 Chestnut Street CearSei- "III ft n. I Purf Bread and Chcctnut Streets THE MOST BEAUTIFUL 1 HUDSON I A3 1 The New Sedan is Here 2295 KyJHUWOjTSr The De Luxe Car of the Year It excels even these beautiful Hudsons which were counted matchless values at above '4,000 the Limousines, Town Cars nnd Landaulets, famed for their distinction. Ne ether Hudsen se completely sums the body-builder's art. It blends richne38 and luxury with a simplicity that Is the hall mark of Hudsen enclosed car charm. Ard the premise of its beauty is borne out in the un usual personal comfort and serviceability this model affords. It seats seven amply. The lus trous, lasting finish reveals the unhurried and painstaking-care given every detail by master work men, who have always specialized en the finest, costliest cars. Of course It has the new Hudsen meter, which wen such instan taneous admiration everywhere. It is the top step of seven years development of the patented Super-Six principle. It is equally a revelation te Hudsen owners. Spdttr 1MJ 7-Pan. Phaeton - l95 Cernell freight emd Tem Extra - 1743 Sedan sun GOMERY SCHWARTZ MOTOR CAR CO. Sales Roem, 128-140 North Bread Service Station 2400-14 Market St 1 m Best Tedav and Tomorrow and Busiest Days of the Sale LI Best, because the opportunities are the greatest of the month. Busiest, because thousands will take advantage of the final reductions. ,9 Frem the very start of this Sale we brought our Furniture prices down te the lowest level in yearssurpassing in values and eclipsing in display any of the great Furniture events that went before. We knew of no Sale that can compare with it in either particular. New addi tional savings en many Suites and Pieces cap the climax of this incomparable opportunity. tfl Moreover, the heaviest selling we ever experienced has left many Odd Suites, Suites in dis continued designs, parts of Suites and great quantities of Single Pieces, all of which repre sent economies that will make brisk buying te the last hour of the last day of this wonderful Sale. And just when conditions in the industrial world indicate an almost inevitable rise in prices. ILLUSTRATED FROM OUR SALES FLOORS A rich rendition nf a tiandieme solid Mnhegnnr Queen Anne Iln tnir-rnem Suit, denlmed In ear own ntudle and ninde by the MnMer CrnfUmcn of enr own factory. Frem the elettlnn of the lumber te Itn Contention Inte Furniture anil final flulnli. no detail Inm been emitted te brlnir thl Hulte up te the hluh etandurd that Iihh given Van Sclver Furniture a ieue throughout the nation. The draucrn, and the Buffet, China Closet nnd Hervlnx Tuble arc handsomely veneered with white muheitany, siting that rare uud pleasing two-tone effect se much desired. One of the many duaslcal Sultei marked ut Incomparable, sat Inge en our sules floors. NOTE THESE RARE VALUES Thousands of ether Suites and Pieces at equally great savings. LIVING ROOM Mahe&any-and-Cnne Suite, tnpcstry-ceverefl spring sente, 3 pieces HO. SO $173 00 e pi stuffed, loee-cushlon Suite, eprliiff Hcnti, covered with blue figured vtleur. 3 pieces fSMH.OO OverBtuffed. loese-cuehlon Suite, spring neata, covered with blue, figured oleur, 3 pieces, (tian.oe $315.00 Mahognny-nnd-Cnne Suite, loose cushions, spring seats, covered with lilua velour, 3 plecei $203.00 $425 00 overstuffed, loei-e-cushlon Suite, spring seats, covered with mulberry mo hair, 3 pieces S3V..00 $498 00 overstuffed, loese-cuihlon Suite, spring seats, covered with blue mohair, 8 pieces $423.00 $587 60 overstuffed, loose-cushion Suite, pprlng heuts, covered with taupe, mohair, 3 pUcea $333.00 $736.50 overstuffed, loose-cushion Suite, Eprlng seats, covered with figured mohair, 3 pieces $023.00 Overstuffed nnd Windser Chairs, Spinet Desks, Boudoir Desks, Bookcases, Tables, Mirrors, etc., at proportionate savings. DINING ROOM Walnut-finish Suite, 4 pieces $110.00 Vnlnut-nnlh Suite, 10 pieces $109.30 $235.00 mahogany-finish Queen Anne Suite. S pieces $103.00 A REVELATION IN WICKER FURNITURE All the delightful styles from the hands of the Master "signers and craftsmen. New shipments are constantly adding the spice of variety. Styles thut are net only new but beauti ful. The most charming finishes, the cheeriest of colorings and most luxurious of upholstered effects in every instance values that are unequaled in the Wicker Furnituic market. Mahegany.-flnlsh Queen Anne Suite, 10 pieces, $240.00 Antltiue mahogany veneer Chippendale Suite. 1 1 pieces $37.1.00 $650 00 mahogany veneer dining-room Suite, 10 pieces $430.00 $802.00 gray walnut poll chrome Suite. 10 pieces $073.00 $825.00 walnut Queen Anne Suit, 10 pieces, $710.00 $007.00 walnut dining-room Suite, 10 pieces, $B10.75 $1125.00 mahogany dining-room Suite, 10 plecs $0.15.00 $1100.00 walnut dining-room Suite, 10 pieces, $1000.00 Bedroom Furniture Equally Lew in Price RUGS AT INCOMPARABLE REDUCTIONS Our entire stock of Fleer Coverings, except Whittal Angle-Persian Rugs are down te the lowest reductions that range from 10 te 33 1-3. Neaily all stock sizes from which te cheese. In all the wa coier euecis. prices in years. Radical anted weaves, designs and Save Fully 25 te 50 Per Cent en These Particular Rugs Just a few of the weaves and sizes are represented here. Axniinster Rugs, size fi x 9 f e S19.50 Seamless Velvet Rugs, size fi x 9 ft. $21.50 Axminstcr Rugs, size 7.6 x 9 ft $2 1.50 Axminster Rugs, size 9x12 ft .$29.75 Seamless Velvet Rugs, size 8.3 x 10.6 ft 32.50 Btst Axminster Rugs, size 9x12 ft $ J5.00 nest Seamless Velvet Rugs, 8.3 x 10.6 ft $16.00 Best Seamless Velvet Rugs. 9 x 12 ft $49.00 Royal Wilten Rugs, size 8.3x10.6 ft $67.50 Royal Wilten Rugs, sie 9 x 12 ft $69.50 Superfine Rojal Wilten Rugs, size 8.3 x 10.6 ft $90.00 Superfine Rojal Wilten Rugs, size 9x12 ft $93.00 $95.00 and $87.30 Chenille Ruffs, plain or figured, size 9x12 ft $69.50 $82.00 and $74.00 Chenille Rugs, plain or figured, size 8x10 ft $57.00 ALL ORIENTAL RUGS AT MOST UNUSUAL SAVINGS Sizes and weaves and rich color effects that will suit the most exacting. DESKS OF THE BETTER KIND Will-designed and well-made Desks, that vvlll give jour ofllce tone anil char acter Quillty Denkn at prices below cur rfnt market valueB. Flat-Tep De$ki In Oak from $17.50 te $195.00 and in Mahogany finish and Mahog any from $22.75 te $272.00. ajMJifci(lfr'rZZfT.,-r -" f tj.'i BED COVERING SPECIALS Blanket Special All-oel, warn nnd filling. Bleck 1,im1h Illu, ltuHi, Gray, I'lnk and Tan, U.S5 each White Weel niank els with fine cotton warn, In I'lnk or lllue benlcrH, 1.fle per pair. f 'omfertnbleH vv enl filled v Ith (feed pr.wle of sateen ceverltii;, plain berder, 7,S5 each. Cotten filled, plain atten bonier, center and back flguicd, 3.S0 tach. Handsome Tambour Mantel Cleck, $22.00 Finished In mahogany. A hand hand hand Boine dt hIkii v Ith one of the best American movements. Has hour and half-heui strike en sonorous chime fube. Has live-Inch ullvered dial, nnd convex kIuhh with gold geld tlnlbh bezil Width, 21 in ; helKht, Si's In ; depth, G'i In. Simply an Incomparable, value, 122.00. Seven ether Htvles of the sains make, f'je.uu te sao.eo. NOTETheit who with te Extend Peymtnti ler patchattt ever a nambtr of month may de te by making arrangimtntt with our Extentien Payment Office. JL-W .Van ewe Cfi, MANUFACTURERS, IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS MARKET STREET FERRY, CAMDEN, N. J. , rmiv, wii Lomeard Q20Q Market Strut Ferry Beat, Star Op at 8t30 A. M, Telephen psJJ t& a . CU StOO P. M, Connection Hw Jeney, Cell Camden 280 IS . L .... .?