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fb Defend Cause of Native Land
; During Tour of United
N NAME OF HIS COUNTRY
, By Atsectatcd Prc$s
''' Tarls, Sept. 11. Ocerses Clemen-
Is 2e!' "l0 United States pri
turilv te 'tlend the enme of France, he
told a correspondent of 1'etlt Pnrislen,
he went te Ills summer home nt .Tnru
(6 question liim concerning Ills con
"I etiplit net te tnllc te you." lie
'aid "It 1 t0 t,,t! Americans I wnnt
te Fneuk, nnd te whom it Is urgent te
'teak, luit If I told you whnt I expect
te tell them then It would net be worth
' hl!c tnkltiR the beat. Yeu will tell me
that America will rend my opinion in
the 1'etlt Parisian. This Is nn obscr ebscr obscr
Yatlen which, coming from one jour
nalist te another, docs net fnll upon n
(deaf enr, but whnt I wnnt Is net te be
read, but te be beard.
"Ne one sneaks for France no one,
;ind the time has indeed come. I will
net sny anything about wmfcrentw,
that is net my business. Hut this Is
the moment te tell the United St.itis
that they are mnkins n" mistake, that
ve nre neither militarists nor imper
ialists, nnd that the French people de
serves the enthusiastic confidence of its
"America asks me my opinion and I
will give It, se te plead our cause 1 tired
neither preparation nor documentatien:
Arguments are net locking and it is
net a question of a triumphal voyage
but of a useful one."
"Couldn't you give me the gist of
your Hue of argument?" naked the
"Ne, for the reasons I gave you just
Bew," returned M. Clcmcntcnu. "I
Mpect te give four lectures nnd will
leave about the first of November. Hut
il is understood that I hnvp no mis mis
lien nnd that I will accept no bnmitiutd
or anything like tliar. I speak in my
name. America nslu my views nnd I
give them, that's nil."
The Interviewer asked If he Is te
peak of the war, te which he r
piled: "Yes. and first of all te recall
that elementary truth that the aim of
war is peace; then te say that. If the
Allies remained in pence what they
were in war the world would net In
itrugcllng in the midst of se much
"And about the tieatyV" suggested
"Yes. indeed, I shall have Aonic Aenic
thlng te say about that," was the
PARK ORCHESTRA CLOSES
ITS SEASON BRILLIANTLY
Crowd of Mere Than 10,000 At
tends; Mme. Koehetz Scores Success
The first season of the Fairmount
Park Symphony 'Orchestra closed last
evening at Lemen Hill before a crowd
of mere than 10,000 persons. Kvery
feat in the pavilion was taken long be
fore the opening concert, nnd the audi
ence, steed In rows from ten te twenty
five deep nil around the outside.
The soloist of the closing concert
was Mine. Nina Iyoslietz, who is sched
uled te appear lis soloist at one of the
concerts of the l'lilludclpliia Orchestra
this coining season. Last evening was
Mine. Koshetz's first appearance In this
city, although she has sung with the
Philadelphia Orchestra in Washington
Mil ether cities
The evening was dry and net tee
warm and the instruments of the or
chestra sounded unusually well, espe
cially the strings, always the weak
parts In out-of-doers playing. The or
chestral numbers selected by Dr. Kich
Were the "L'Arlesienne Suite" Ne. I,
l.ale's 'Norwegian Rhapsody," Web
er's "Invitation te the Dunce," Men
delssohn's "F'ingnl'a Cave." the dance
ef the apprentices nnd the overture,
both from "Die .Meistersinger."
Several encores were played, nmeng
them a fine march by Lucien Cnlllet,
ecend clarinet of the Philadelphia Or
chestra. It is a stirring piece of music
with the real march rhytlun and very
wilfully orchestrated. At" the close
of the program, the orchestra played
two stanzas of "America." which the
udienee sang with much tonal en
thusiasm, but with the usual uncer
tainty as te the words after the first
line. Hut it made a fine close te a
uceessful season of seven weeks.
C. J. Heppe & Sen Central Stere 1 117-1119 Chestnut
C?TJ lfifri " ?
. te Pay
t?r any piano nt
Heppe's and y e u
cheese from the irrcnt-
weHd"110 erUP '" th
Mnsen & Hamlin
Henry F. Miller
Meunrd Jules Heppe
Prices, $695 up
Masen & Hamlin
Henry F. Miller
fcdeuard Jules Heppe
H. C, Schomacker
Prices, $390 up.
H'" X ' IHw'i'V
MIHf '''' 'MKmv '" k '' s':'ij
Believed te Have Resented Film
Star's Devotion te Her
INTENTIONALLY CUT , OFF
Norwich, Conn.. Sept. 11. The will
of Tllchnrd O. Llbby. admitted te pro
bate here Saturday, disinherits his
daughter, Pauline Beatrice Hutherferd,
in disposing of an ctnte valued at be
tween S,".00n and $".0,000.
His daughter Is Pauline Frederick,
the thrice married star of dramatic nnd
motion picture productions. The mo
tive for Mr. Llbby's singular bequest is
net known here. The particular clause
"I give nnd beuenth te my daugh
ter. Pauline Beatrice Hutherferd.
nothing, nnd T mention this emission
te show that the same is intentional
and net mnde by mistake."
Edward H. Diichette, of Oswego, N.
Y., is left half the residue nnd Hebert
A. Duchette, of Attlcbore, Mass., re-
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142t ARCH STIIKKT
Dent lerbaby rbe
tortured by eczema
Teethinjjrash, prickly lieat, eciema,
ihtfing, and etlicr skin disorders te
a bich babies arc subject can be quickly
subdued by R esinel. Apply this pure,
seething, hcaluv ointment te the af
fected parts and note hew seen baby's
fretful crying steps as its cooling touch
relieves the itching and burning.
Keilnel Seap for baby'i hlr keept
it left and silky. At ill drug flits.
Heuse that Heppe built
What Walter Damrosch wrote Hareld Bauer
after a concert in which Bauer had been represented by
The DUO-ART Pianola-Piane
(a reproducing piano net a "player "-piano
' 'you would have been
delighted if you -had
te hear hew clever
ly the Due-Art re-
produced your artis
tic intentions. Un
like Edward Everett
Hale ' s famous story,
"your double did net
N. V. SywpUuny Urcbeitni
The DUO-ART has actecj as "soloist" with the New Yerk,' Phila
delphia and ether great symphony orchestras. It reproduces the artist's
"touch" and shading as though he himself sat at the keys.
The DUO-ART is made only in the Stein.way, Weber, Steck,
Wheelock, Stroud and Aeolian Pianos, for all of which Heppe's is the
Philadelphia representative. Prices, $750 up. Let us demonstrate the
- ART te you. t ., v
celvcs the ethcri half. This latter Is te
bc'Held In trust by the Thames National
Hnnk nt Norwich. The two major heirs
are- relatives of his lrtte wife.
Miss Frederick, who Is scheduled for
n play en Hreadwny this year, fellow
ing nor retirement from tlie films, is
I the wife of Dr. Charles A. Huthcrferd,
of Henttlc. Considerable publicity was
' given her recent marriage, since It was
tne outcome of n girlhood romance el
Hosten cchnel dnys, and was conducted
only nftcr two ether marriages had In
tervened. Huthcrferd. then n student of medi
cine nt Harvard, followed the fortunes
, of the young girl who came te New
' Yerk twenty years nge te try for n
. stnge career. After she had gained
honors en the stage here, Miss Frcd
1 crick was married te Frank Andrews,
architect of the Hetel McAIpln.
She divorced him in lfll.'l, later1
marrying Wlllard Mack, the play
wright. She then divorced Mack, who
married a fourth wife immediately.
Then followed Miss Frederick's mar
riage te the former sweetheart.
Miss Frederick was the daughter of
Llbby's first wife. After the Llbbys
were divorced, the actress' devotion te
her mother caused her nnd her father
te become estranged. This Is the sole
reason, It is believed, for Llbby's an
Plan Red Creat Rellcall
The Southeastern Pennsylvania
Chapter of the American Ited Cress will
open Its annual rellcall Armistice Day,
November 11, when citizens will be
asked te renew; their membership.
is laj 3ij
a popular demand for odd - shaped
Wc have many styles for your fnspec-
S. Kind & Sens, me chestnut st.
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YOU can't afford te buy a car above M
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One-Price System In 1881
St. Uptown Stere N. W.
flolettt with Philadelphia
Galvanized Beat Pumps
t., I), herurr Ce.. si) N. M
Clear Your Skin
SEE TUESDAY'S LEDGERS
A Man' 8
Substantially made of 14-kt.
green geld and fitted with a
dependable 17 -jeweled Elgin
Cor. 6th & Thompson Sta.
Easiest of Terms
VictreU Ne. 240, $125
With $10 worth of rwerdi
PaV only tui utekty
Vfctrela Ne. 280, 210
With $10 Werth of words
Pay mfy tt.19 tcteklv
VictreU Ne. 800, $280
With $10 worth of record!
Pay only U vtely
Victrela Ne. 830, $428
With $10 worth of recerda
Pay only f5 weekly
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Te-morrow the Prices of
These 751 Suits Are
for Final Clearance
Alse Tropical Suits
woolen Trousers half price,
Trousers, Mohair Trousers
Axminster Rugs New
One-Third Under Price
A special event in the Department of Lewer-Priced Fleer
Coverings at a most opportune time. Fine Axminsters, se much
under price because of very slight imperfections that affect neither
the wear nor appearance of the Rugs:
Size 9x9 fcet-522.75 Size 9x12-425.75 and $32.75
Sizes 9x15, 11.3x12 $35.75,
Size 9x10.6 feet $24.75 $44.75.
And one extra-fine group, with such minute defects the Rugs
might easily be called perfect.
Size 9x12 feet $34.75 Size 8.3x10.6 $32.75
5r-- Strawbrldse A Clothier fleer 4V4. Filbert Street
New Medels in
A new low price for
Stylish Stout Corsets mod
els with semi-elastic top,
medium or low bust, long or
medium long hips, all sub
stantially boned. A feature
is the wide clastic .section
ever each hip.
The woman of larger huild
will find easily her individual
model in Stylish Stout Corsets,
whether she is tall, of
medium height or short. The
new price of these excellent
Corsets is $6.50.
Third Fleer. Market Street. West
Three New Features Mark the Autumn
Opening Display of
(1) Paris Medel Hats Marked at Landed Cost.
(2) Twe Hundred Paris Hats, Distinctive Styles,
That Will Net Be Reproduced, $15.00 te $25.00.
(3) And a Particular Display of an Exclusive Mil
linery Greup Chapcaux Elene.
An Autumn Opening Display could net start off mere
auspicieusly: Fashion in her most charming mood; Paris
model Hats obtainable immediately at their exact cost te
us; a group of Paris Hats, from milliners of acknowl
edged cleverness distinctive styles that will net be
reproduced, marked at these amazingly low prices, $15.00
te $25.00 ; and a display of Chapcaux Elene Hats that
require se much skill in producing that they can never
become commonplace. t Certainly a combination of quali
ties that elevates this- Opening Presentation of Fashions
te a position of importance seldom, if ever, attained
The Millinery Stere is a place of Fashion Enchant
ment; Picturesque Hats that would inspire a Gains
borough or a Reynolds ; Pokes that point audaciously te
the "Merveilleuses," or pose tip-tilted as Eugenie elected
te wear them ; wide-spreading Capelines that bespeak a
lengthening of the costume ; Persian Turbans with tower
ing feathers all the qualities that once mere make a Hat
a picture and insure a season of elegance in dress.
Bfr-y Btrawbrldse & Clothier Second Fleer, Market Street, West
half price $6.00 and $12.50.
$2.50. Students' Suits with
all half price.
Ready! The New
All-wool Velours, with the
softness of velvet and the fin
ish of suede, is an established
fashion in Coatings. Its
exceeding softness adapts it te
any fashion manipulation,
and its exquisite finish is a
perfect foil for fur trimming.
Here in all the glorious new
Autumn shades $2.50 te $4.00
Nete the economical width
Strawbrldre & Clothier
Aisle (1, Centra
White Duck Trousers less than half price, 75c. Separate
extra trousers half price, $12.50. Raincoats, Soiled Flannel
i-- strawtridge & ciethier second Fleer. em
SENTIMENTS OF THE
SONS OF THE FOUNDERS
Fifty Years Age
Our fathers, the founders of this Stere,
publicly declared their aim te be "te gain
and retain the confidence of the public." The
record of their lives stands as proof that they
did se. And we, their sons, into whose keep
ing was given their geed name, have con
scientiously maintained the principles' of fair
dealing upon which that confidence rests, and
pledge a continuance of these principles.
S. & C. Brand Sheets
and Pillow Cases
Bleached Muslin Sheets,
81x90 inches $1.65 each.
Bleached Pillow Cases, 45x
36 inches 58c each.
Extra - length Sheets, 81x
99 inches $1.75 each.
Fine Nainsoek in 10-yard
pieces $3.00 a piece.
Fine-spun Leng Cleth, 10
yard pieces $1.65.
Blenched Pillow Case Mus
lin of standard quality, 45
inch 45c a yard.
Sheeting Muslin, standard
quality, 81-inch "75c a yard.
Feather-proof Bed Ticking,
narrow blue-and-white stripes,
31-inch 65c a yard.
, Aisles 13 and 13. Filbert Street
REGULAR AND EXTRA
Ribbed Cotten Vests, extra
sizes only. Slightly irregu
lar in finish. With low neck
and no sleeves 20c.
Light-weight ribbed cotton
Vests, with high neck and long
sleeves, also short or elbow
sleeves. Drawers and Tights
with loose or tight knees, 50c
each; extra sizes 60c.
Fine ribbed mercerized
Union Suits, with band top,
low neck and no sleeves, also
bodice styles with loose or
tight knees, $1.00; extra sizes
Strawbrldre A Clothier
Aisle 4, Centre
Men's pure worsted Shaker
Knit Sweaters $8.50, $10.00
with V-neck $5.00 and $8.50.
Struwbrldse & Clothier
Bast Stere, lSlghtti titreet
A final clear-away of Men's and
Yeung Men's Spring and Summer Suits.
All were in our regidar stocks and
include Hart, SchafTner & Marx, Wick
ham, Alce and ether makes.
Every Suit in the collection can be
bought at just one-half the former
Best choice for men who come early
Merris L. Clothier
Frederic H. Strawbridge
Rebert E. Strawbridge
Isaac H. Clothier, Jr.
Francis R. Strawbridge
An attractively designed
sturdily made, Sliding Couch
Bed and Pad, complete for
Strawbrldee A Clothier
Fleer 2H. M.irkrt Street, East
A graceful full-length mod
el, trimmed back and front in
yoke effect with shirred satin
ribbon, and with novel sleeves,
Anether lovely model with
wide shirred satin ribbon at
neck and sleeves, is particu
larly effective $4.95.
OTHER CREPE KIMONOS
Trimmed with bands in
contrasting color or with
shirring te form a yoke
Figured Crepe Kimonos,
prettily trimmed $2.95 te
Strawbrlilgr A Clothier
Third Fleer. Filbert Street. West
A few of the numerous
items of fine Linens effered:
Scotch Linen Dinner Cleths,
70x70 inches, $5,00.
Napkins te match, 21x21
inches, $6.00 a dozen.
LINEN HUCK TOWELS
Of fine quality with hem
stitched hems, size 18x36
inches, $1.00 each.
This new arrival of an ex
ceptional weave, 25c n yard.
TURKISH BATH MATS
In blue or pink, size 21x40,
at ene-third saving, $1.00!
LINEN PILLOW TUBING
Forty-two and forty flve
inches wide, at u saving of
one-third, $1.00. -
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