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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGERA-PHIBADELEHIA, MONDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 1922
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In Mpla ten aiparfrt In is recant MM Y .
WIDENER GETS REMBRANDT'S
NOTED DESCENT FROM CROSS'
Dutch Master's .Greatest Religious Painting Added te Con
noisseur's Collection $500,000 te $1,000,000 Paid
HOWELL ESTATE f 0 WIDOW
Will of North Twenty-nlnth Street
Man Is Filed for Probate
W. II. Hewell, who died July 23
nt bin home, L'M.'I North Twenty-ninth
street, left nn estate estimated te be
worth $200,000 and upward, according
te his will, probated leday. It is
left (e Ills widow, Katharine V. Hewell
nnd four slstcru and ether relntlvcs.
Among ether wills probated today
were these of Martin Klllheur, 1018
Wukellng street, Si'tlCO :.Idn A. Mc Mc
Culletigh, C3C Seuth Forty-ninth street,
tlty of mash nnd several especially made
gas burners for billing mash.
The lire slnrted, nccerdlng te resi
dents In the neighborhood of Sixty
fourth and Callow hill Mrccls. after it
muffled explosion nhoek ninny of the
jieutcs. Flames were seen coming from
the second fleer of the garage, 407
North Sixty-fourth rtreel.
According In the pollen the former
owner of the garage was A. Mannn, of
Atlantic City, who sold his nlace te
two men for whom the nVitherltlcs are
new' looking. The men, It is snid, wcre
seen running from tlte building follow
ing the explosion.
$12,000; Geerge Y. MncCracken, $10,
000, nnd Edmund M. Keely, 1150 Green
lane, Itoxbernugh, $10,000. An In
ventory was filed ln the personal eslnte
of Theodere A. Lnl'urte whose estate
is worth $130,108.02.
cra.vure Hecnen. ie nFacmnin mean iiciuw;,;
rrnulrrd tlia work of nrtlatu In ', ;if't
reurun, Atnurlca. 'rnn only iioiearavwaj v y .a
Ua.Haii nrlitfiwl hv R PhllmUtnhla. HllllMW L5.fi1
iieinnia. Hiiaaav 'i n
nxwannrcr nnnaar with thn Kunday PBBLHJ ". .
Lbmieb. "iiake It a Habit." Adv. v Mlfl
Three Beys and Man Die as Re
sult of Aute and Trelley
Blaie Dees $10,000 Damage te
Carago at 2908 North
TWO MOTORTRUCKS BURN
H STRET MISHAPS
MAN IS BURNED
FIVE HORSES DIE
DRIVERS ARE ARRESTED
Twe boys, one fite niitl another three
mrs old, were killed In street nrcl
Jtntu Inst night In nnd nenr the city,
and boy nnd n mnn died ns n result
ti having been struck by nulomebiles
Biturdny. Ten ethers were Injured In
Five-year-old Alley Cnwen. wliltn
dilnK n bnll. rnn onto Mm hlRhvny
Senf the White Herse pike nenr hi.
borne at Absecnn. N. VT., nnd was k lied
'fcr a machine driven by Oeerge D. Orr.
4512 North Thirteenth street. Orr was
Frank Hans, three years old, was
killed by n ftrect ear last night when
he attempted te crefcs Itldge, nycnup be be
tvcee Twelfth nnd Thirteenth Erects.
The bev a the son of William T.
Hans, 1311 Green street.
Uey IIes of Injuries
Nine-year-old Edward TagRnrt, -ItWO
Brown street, died yesterday in the
Presbjterinn Hospital from Injuries he
received Sattirdny, when lie w no struck
hv an automobile near his home.
At a hearing before Magistrate Pen Pen
neck. Bertram Bchrnnk, twenty jears
eld 5714 Catharine vtreet. driver of
the' car. was held without ball te await
he action of the Corener.
William McWhltc. 2 North Forty
first street, nnethcr Snturday victim
cf an automobile accident, died of his
i)..ie. irfctcrdnv In the West Phila
delphia 'Homeopathic Hospital. The '
driver of the machine which ran him
down, William Raffcrty. -1241 Stiles
street, was held without bail. Accord
ing te a witness, Mr. MmWhlte stepped
from behind a milk wagon Inte the
talh of Mr. Hafferty's machine.
Five persons were Injured Inst night
when a pony cart wns sidewnped by en
automobile at Washington lane nnd
8ulllvan Mrcct, Germnntewn. The
driver of the cart, Jeseph Ehm. 005(5
Spring street, was dragged nearly .'100
yards when the TChicle overturned,
throwing the four ether occupants te
These who rode with Ehm were Da
rid Dare, his wife Marie, and two small
children. All vcre treated for miner
Injuries at the Gcrmantewn Hospital.
I)rlcr Held In $300
James A. llarley, G001 North Elev
enth street, driver of the automobile,
as held in ?300 ball today for a hear
ing next week by Magistrate Lindcll
In the Germantown police station.
Confused by heavy traffic at Fifty
MTcnth street and Lansdowne avenue
yesterday. Mrs. M'nrthn Dean, tifty
leven jears old, of 56-17 Lansdewne
avenue, was run down by Lester Lea
man, eighteen years old, 5714 Media
street. Sin is suffering from a frac
In alighting from n trolley car at
Germantown and Hunting Park avenues
yesterday afternoon, Althea Burten, five
years old, of L22 East Cellem street,
was ttruck by an automobile. Her in
juries were net serious.
While playing near a sand pile In
front of his home at 720 Federal street
late yesterday afternoon, Vincent
Cudrene, six years old, was struck by
a tnxlcnb. He was net seriously injured.
Samuel Melnmed, 51)1(5 De Luncry
treet, was injured slightly last night
when the automobile in which be was
riding crashed Inte a machine driven by
Mrs. Hannah Kauffuiau, 4,10 Green
Lane, Roxborough, at Forty-fourth and
Silas Bnbbett. of Heach street,
Moorestown, is In a critical condition
from injuries received when he was
run into by an automobile driven by
Theren C. Feete, it dentist of Phila
delphia, at Main street nnd Celes ave
nue. Maple Shade, N. ,T.
Mr. Habbett was returning from
Philadelphia, while Mr. Feete was pro
ceeding westward. Mr. Feete alleged
there was no rear light en Mr. JJabbett's
truck. The latter was thrown out. cut
ting his face, besides being badly bruised
and possibly injured internally.
rive persons were injured when two
Rembrandt's most famous religious painting, "The Descent Frem the
Cress," which Jeseph E. Wldener purchased In Europe last July and
which neiv lungs with twelve ether Rembrandts In Lnnewoed Hall,
the Wldener home In Elklns Park
nn li. tdener Jins uuud le his
art collection Rembrandt's "The De
scent Frem the Cret-s," 'generally re
garded by critics as the greatest religi
ous picture every painted by the Dutch
artist. He acquired the painting In
Europe latt July, and personally brought,
it te Lynnewood Hall, the Wldener
residence iu Elkins Park.
The purchaM price was net made
public, but values placed upon it by
dealers and art critlce range from
$."00,000 te $1,000,000, according te
lhi present-day prices for world mas
terpieces. The Wldener collection Is probably
new the greatest in the United States
nnd is especially rich in'Rembrandts.
It Is believed Mr. Wldener has mere of
tills artist's fine paintings than are te
be found in any ether collection outside
He has "The Mill,' regarded by
many art critics ns the world's greatest
lanuscane: "at. l'au:. wnlcfi lie ne-
.quired from the Lord Wimborne cel
lectien, nnu itcmnrancit s ten-portrait,
besides many ethers.
In the whole collection there are new
"The Descent Frem the Cress" was
put en sale nt Uhnstle s In t,onden
early last July, and was bought by
F. Ivlelnbcrger, of New Tork. It was
tnen Deugnt ler tiie venu Gans collec
tion at Frankfort and Inter acquired
by an agent for Mr. Wldener.
According te the signature, Rem
brandt painted the picture in 1651,
Mr. Wldener is said te have paid
SSU0.000 for "The Mill." which he
acquired several years age. Alee he is
said te have paid about $S00,000 for the
ra luufcouiieu portraits et a man and
a woman by Rembrandt, acquired last
MRS. C. H. LUDINGTON'S
FUNERAL HELD TODAY
Services Take Place at Her Late
Residence in Ardmore
Mrs. Charles II. Ludington. who died
at her bummer home tn the Adlron Adlren
dacks, will be burled this afternoon
nt .' o'clock from her residence, Clo Cle
Mrs. Ludington's death came after
a courageous tight for life. She bad
been ailing for some years, during
which eue lived with the eager belief
that sooner or inter her valiant spirit
would get the better of the weakness
that was delaying her recovery.
Few women net of a Philadelphia
family or upbringing have slipped se
easily and naturally into the best that
this town has te offer 83 Mrs. Lud
Inrtnn did. n I most from the day of
ttotertrucks met In a head-en collision I be- nrrlvnl bern with Mr. Ludlneten.
at : iJlrli 11 street and Oregon nvenue i, came from his New Yerk law of
fice te take ever the duties ana re
Hsl nlcllt. All werr frpnterl fn miiu
nd bruises at the Methodist Hospital,
rhe injured are William McGarrv.
twenty-five years old, of 2018 North
Twentj-hfth street, driver of a news
company's truck containing Stanlev
Rlnl J?,rlj Tcars old' of ?" ' well as in the long-established, stable
J?"'" airhlll street; Margaret Hardi- I Interests that have ceme down from
.--I iii jmrs eiu, aim Artnur ilar
a'gan, six years old, and Edward Brai Brai
wlx.lerlL(1' tr"nt.v-twe years old, of
20W North street, dilver of the ether
spenslbllitles of treasurer of the .Cur
tis I'ubllshlng company.
She was generous in the kindest,
most ungrudging way, aud she was
interested in whatever was progressive,
ThQ heHr rtf n indM mn AtJ C
I? pu'? ln th0 Samaritan Hospital
HMI. being struck by an automobile
?i. . IIth, s.trcct aml Krle avenue was
weatinefi last night as that of Jehn
S?TO. McMay, sixty five years old, of
614 West Mayfield street.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
t.J!? Jen" 222 North Bt .
nH"i ""'223 North Bt. '
"emll1",0 ft. 2132 8. TtU Bt.
5K B. jS'.rt "14?' FJaU r".SVe,
147 Farrosten at., and Der-
JV.nv 5- st,net Camden. N. j.
i.. j"".y. ?voe ,,
Mdc'iJmi' .,,r"fte- 2i0 E- Thompson t..
eSV T8 " -t?lh a, a,,1 Anna
iffini i?InPBl'- Atlnntle City. N, J., and
Wern!9 war,m,'l5n' Atla"tl,c CltyN'j.
Pa nH'.nLcllar.'l, D awara County,
town S?e Mabal am 0B05 Gcrmail
Bertev e ivnrd m.im .j ... J,
. a. M.rrh ll..i.i""""?S7' ",u u ""
cart ?i Wir. .MVI""M" -1,L.
um hpnnsr ac.rilen et.. and
th el., and
(.'.rne- mi0? .'.f k. Ta , and
BlliaUih niif. ",1B "Print- aOrden
Cfcirl.. 1" '.'.'.""'rt. un S. -tSlli Vt.
-re n Ah
waiter L rferiVv -n-i ij1 .a"neunt v.
.JJ .'.'.. ."I II Hlnaen. Murrliantvlll. VT
...." ilinilia',11. A
y.r n.'Vf.rM-.li Ke?.bler. l'.3U Merrl. .1
Jht.V' 5l"ea H "li "at " " ' na lrannl
1.1 Bre:nPl-7';'a4mh:?,fl, .'" ni Ann
ii(!rw pli,: ' .?mtLrl''i' et
-.Bena VniV ,. " V.. ' ajnnaunt
Ii1nvani .I."" "i I
1SS4 NPrnn. "."."' ""u
6333 Hnrlnd Bt. and Im-
ether generations of givers. Alse 6he
accomplished that net easy feat of
making n home in which she was
charmingly nnd hospitably nt hem
The Ludington place the gardens
nnd the sunny, delightful heuse out at
Ardmore en Mill Creek Is as elo
quent of Mrs. Ludington's character
and of her grave klnduess as the por
trait of her by Cecelia Beaux is inter
pretative of another slde of her, "a
softly sparkling, willfully imperious as
pect. Her rlvic and club affairs were ya
ried and Important nnd among the or er or
canlzatlens of which she wbr n mem
ber are the Acorn and Cosmopolitan
Clubs and the Farmiugten Society.
Mrs. Ludington is survived by her
husband and three eons, Townsend,
Wright nnd Nicholas.
ROBBED BY HOLD-UP MEN
Leses $37 When Searched by Ban
dits In Ellswerth Street
Cyrus Peters, 1011 Ellswerth street,
was robbed of $37 by held-up men late
last night. They escaped.
Petern was walking east In Ells Ells
eorth street and was within a few few
doers of his home, when the men,
Negroes, approached from the rear. One
of the men 6aid : ".lust a minute,
Peters turned, te confront a pistol
leveled at him. The man whri had
spoken te him, without further words
opened his coat, took bis wallet, re
moved the money nnd fled with his com
panion. The victim followed the held-up
men, but when he reached Seventeenth
street, where they had turned north, he
could uee no sign of them.
pw IIIU' tltiSl
Rebert s Mg,r?' V0' 5s33 Serine st
.BmrnaSK-MW?.V:h. in? Wolf at
Mnma k. eih ... en.V'i;
J.IU61I, lhanen Tenn.
rw Bii.iiVSAt.'i?:i.. Lmae t.
en at . and
8th M . and Uadla
neaenhelm. N. J . and
N Hanoeck st . and
nJ " "4 waet Jlll Bt,
5J,K,rt."",.r:. . U. .Westmoreland
ea, 8U5 E, Wet-
Frnzler st , and
1H2.1 Carlten at r and Kler-
rya n..f '"'" Milmon M
Hnna i re, 1 ??: 8128 Oddli
ZIMJ"" Ufa Na
Prank n.uW'. .334 I.eaeue si
.,' M Oadsn.Jr.. Ails i' i:.,.,..t.
T.i-.V,: '0l" 22 N 1
Ml.kr'ffl,n?erA?U .A "th at
t.""ui n.i f n "" sj; . .
"Anks i;'u"'",H' .."' ..
in.i-".'-'.; WBW Yerk Pllv.
Qlnel at., and
ana ue si
Anil TtAV da.
..I"". DHU KlnnlAH ' -'" -,v ws
ihlS'RO"""..??? N,- Bth at.
a lfev:?i'-.t- i
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DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LOADED
At Least, Net With Liquor, Se
Negro Minister Tells Police
The npxt time the Hev. Jehn Kod Ked
mnn, a Negro preacher, addresses his
congregation his sermon probably will
be en "Itcligien versus Bootlegging."
It was unfortunate, that out of the
kindncM of his heart the Itev. Mr.
Hedman, who lives nt 200 Seuth Alder
street, consented te carry a well
stocked suitcase for n friend. It was
even mere unfortunate that a curious
policeman should demand te knew what
was inside nnd then arrest the minister.
Tlint's what hnppened last night nt
Frent and Mnster streets. Today
Magistrate Scullen held, him under
SfiOO bail for a further hearing neit
Thn Rev. Redman's story Is that he
was te receive SI, 25 from his friend for
performing the errand. The money, he
A handsome dish and
a really tempting one.
Be sure the 'Stuffing"
is seasoned with
THE ORIQINAL WORCESTERSHIRE
te be turned ever te his
DINNER FOR BUSINESS MEN
Industrial Association Members
Will Discuss Laber Problems
More than 100 business organizations
will be represented tonight at a dlnuer
of the Philadelphia Industrial Associa
tion In the L'Aiglen annex. Kenneth
M. Cenlbnugh, of the State Employment
Ilurenu, will speak en the "Men's Laber
Market," while the women's end of
labor will be treated by Miss Rebecca
W, Ball, of the Women's Dlvlsen of
the- State Employment Bureau.
COAX. IN YODB .CKIXAIir
supply Beema .poaneio. new.
change ln tha rapid y clear.lna coal airlke
server. . aye
every aucieatien aa ie
itlonel eeal, &.'?:
te the readera of the Posu
It a .rJablt'r-wi
Will remain open
until October first
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
FOR MEN & WOMEN
thert Practical Academic ,
nnd C'emmrriliil Cuurara
Tranle Jtnincmfnt, Kmlle Telrrrnphy
m one rule Tiiiiiun tm
Fre ac'ielarahipe te
Ex-Service Men 4 Women
Kctlatratlen Ilralns Rent, IS
SiSO te;S0 V. M,
Claaae Bejln Oct. Id
N. E. Cor. Bread 4 Vint Sti.
Fire horses were burned le death,
one mnn was severely burned nnd two
motertrucks were destroyed in n $10,-
000 lire in the stable nnd garage of
Leuh Knlltz at 1M0S North Creskey
The Injured man Is Wilsen Knllt.,
son of the owner, who was kicked by
n horse and badly burned about the
face lind arms ln a vain attempt te
(avc the Lories. He wris taken te the
The fire Marted nt 4 o'clock this
morning. The origin is unknown, hut
tlic flames uprend with great rapidity
Vilheii Kalltz. who lives at L'SHO Cres
key street, wan nwukencd by the smoke
nnd the shouts of a pasterby. He hur
ried te the street te lind the upper Heur
of the row of stnbles along ( resUey
street a mass of flames. He unlocked
(he stable deer and begnn untying the
horses. He wns assisted in tills by
several volunteers and by firemen of
I'.iiglnc Company 2J, who arrived seen
Kniltz mis trying te get one of the
horses through the stable deer when
the animal began rearing and plunging,
finally kicking him. Knlltz fell, and be
fore he could be dragged te thn street
flames sweat across his face, lmrnlnc
him severely "about the head and upper
pnrt of the body.
Three horses were saved, and five
were burned as they dashed about the
interior of the burning building.
Fire Dares Bootlegging Plant
What is believed te be the central
distributing point of West Philadel
phia's bootleg whisky was revealed fol
lowing fire in n garage in the rear of
10 Iserth Sixty-fourth street. Fire
men found two 100-gollen nlllls, H50
gallons of 100 proof alcohol, two
twentj -gallon copper kettles, a puau-
It's toasted. This
one extra process
gives a delightful
quality that can
net be duplicated
r FINE DIAMONDS l
The gift of a Diamond from this Establishment
regardless of it's price or size ts en absolute
assurance of Supreme Quality Intrinsic Value
and utmost Satisfaction.
Ask your printer for a price en
ONE OF THE LINE OF PAPERS WATER-MARKED. DANISH
YOU will be 88 satisfied witb his quotation as you
are with the snap and crackle of the samples he
Danish Beqd Is a decidedly high-grade writing
paper as geed as skilled workmanship carefully
selected rags and pure artesian water can make it.
Yet its price is extremely moderate.
A distinctive, dust-proof
desk accessory that holds 200
sheets of Danish Bend with
envelopes te match.
DANISH KASHMIR COVER
DANISH INDEX BRISTOL
Uade te the. hQl& of BerlctUre County ey t
B. D. RISING PAPER COMPANY
And told 6y
Garrett-Buchanan Company, 18 Seuth Sixth Street
WSheppacd & Sens
Fine Table Linens
The kinds of table cloths, napkins and luncheon
cloths that, for three generations, have made linens
from Shcppard's symbols of refinement and geed
taste. Prices will doubtless be higher under the
proposed tariff. Inspection is invited.
Specially Priced Napkins
20-inch Napkins, spot pattern $7.00 dez,
2i2-inch Napkins, spot and asserted
patterns $8.50 dez.
21-inch Napkins, asserted pat
terns $9.00 and $12.00 dez.
100$ Chestnut Street
Mann & Dilks
1102 CHESTNUT STREET
jEW Dresses, Suits, Topcoats for fall and winter wear.
Piquateen and Peiret Twill one-piece dresses for
college, .choel. club and all outdoor wear, also the
new PebbJe-knit and Velour-knit fabric
English Tweed and Fleeces in smart styles
juat the thine for the college girl or tailored woman.
LADIES' AND MISSES' SUITS
New mannish .tyles that are most attractive
English Tweeds with fur cellars and cuffs a. well a,
the mere conservative ones,
The new hats in all the latest shapts and matei!i
A specially designed
cuff has just been sent
knicker with "Gtip-knit"
us for exclusive !-. in
Philadelphia a variety of fabrics at moderate prices.
Today Begins the
Last and Final Week
During this Last and Final Week wc will
continue te sell what is left of our Spring
and Summer Stock
At Exactly One Half
Their Fermer Regular Prices
There is still a geed assortment of
Worsted Suits, a few Ovcrceat3, Rain
coats, etc., etc., etc.
Every single garment will be closed out
this final week at exactly one-half its
former regular price.
Terms of Sale
Ne Refunds Ne Exchanges
During this week alterations
will be permitted at cost.
Perry & CO,
16th & Chestnut
SUPER - VALUES
in Clethes for Men
Take one of these interesting one-day trips ever the "Reading.
Hera you will find delightful little jeurnej'a for every tat
and every purse. Ge yourself and take tha family.
MLANTICCITY, OCEAN CITY, STONE HARBOR, WILDW00D
CAPE MAY ROUND TRIP $1.50
Leave Chestnut and Seuth Street Ferries. Daylight Timet Fer AT
LANTIC CITY (Sunday, S-pt. 17). 7:00 A. M and 7:30 A. M. Fer
OTHER SEASHORE RESORTS (Sunday, Sept. 17). 6:50 A. M.
Fishermen's Special te Schelllngcrs Landing (Cape May), Sunday.
Sept. 17, only, 6:30 A. M.
el the steamer,
Mann & Dilks
1102 CHESTNUT STREET
i -.. i
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 ROUND TRIP $3.00
Every one should go te New Yerk several times a year. Here
is the largest city in the world, with its skyscrapers, mammoth
bridges and teeming millions.
3peclal train leaves READING TERMINAL 7:00 A. M, Standard
TlmeMS.OO A. M. Daylight Time), stepping at Columbia Avenue.
Huntingdon Street, Wayne Junction. Legan nd Jenklntewn
."I'milar excursions en Sundays, Oct. I, 15 and 29, Nev. 12 and 26
Dec 10 and 24. '
UP THE HUDSON
TO NEWBURGH, SUNDAY, SEPT. 17-ROUND TRIP $4.00
Herr is a trip of 300 miles by rail and water.
Yeu will see the maj-stic Hudsen with its palisades and vistas.
Special train l'avrs READING TERMINAL 6 00 A M Standard
iTm 17 00 A M. Dyjiuht Time), stepping at Columbia Avenue
Huntingdon Street. Wayne Junction. Legan and Jenklntewn nJ
numDer le Da sold is Ilmf,J te the capacity
SUNDAY, SEPT. 17 & SAT., SEPT. 23 ROUND TRIP $3.00
Autumn Lref Lxcurietn te "The Switzerland of Ameriee "
erclal train leaves READING TERMINAL 7 00 A M ; i..j
Tim- (8 00 A. M. Dajlight 1i-n- .topping at Columbia Avenue.
Huntingdon Street, Wayne Junction, Logen and Jenklntewn.
Additional Excursions !unda, Sept 24 alie ever Stiturdav n,l
Sunday during October nnd en Columbu Day, Thursday, Oct, 12,
SUNDAY, SEPT. 24
! S3.25 ROUND TRIP
$3.50 ROUND TRIP
Mahaney Plane Gorden
Shenandoah Ml. Cnrmel
Special train env RLADINU TFRMINAI 7 00 A M .(Standard
Time), stepping " Columbia Avenue. I liiiillnsden Street, Manavunk
Conshehockeu and Norrlsten (De Knlh StieeO. inayunk.
Fer further details reiicerninj? nny el the above trips consult
any Reading Railway ticket agent or see flyers which may be
found in all stations. Tickets may be purchased nrier tn
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