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-& HA7- a " ' " ii. " jr " ' k EVENING PtfBEIC LEDGERrtLApELPHIA, TUESDAY ' 8EPTEMBEB; 12. 1 ' ' .' i i i. ii .i- I ' r j r ""... I - - 1022 'i " .' 1 mi , -.-.dn r COALS Si aw m '' 11 - Fire Sweeps N. Y. Tenement New Yerk. Srpt. 12. (Hr A. IM A fire which swept through a five-story tenement in Brooklyn late Inst night cut off nil exits from the building nnd forced the members of mere than twenty fnmlllen te seek refuge en the root, where they were rescued by police and firemen,. ' - EIGHTH NATIONAL EXPOSITION OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES Grand Central Palace, New Yerk v , WEEK SEPTEMBER 11 te 16, 1922 British Admiralty and cthr coals ter prompt impmt Alie our famous WtUh dr; prompt ihlpmtnt, f. tYftiih dry larav ceai si anthracite lubatltuta. S. INSTONE St CO., LIMITED SI Leadtnhatl St.. Londen K, C. S Irtval Aflneetcntrj and AMyotefttr. . ..Ojuafstlanji uiwe reerteat Call Mdretra EnacUrelr. Londen: Slee tlvelr. Cardiff! Krtlvly. Nw Cattla-en-Tyr.; Cedts, ATIC Bentleya. tiankera: BARCLATS DANK. Lendea. 4&3$33&S Scenes of Horrer Witnessed ,When German Steamer Founders Off Vige jQiviitellf You'll taste the difference! WiMeth 7TOS5'' ci : iv iiiirmiBi hii WITUHmRtt f ' IMINIA SINKS NJ II l SW) V m - m - "'- - - - "" -1 "' '' ' I III . S I vtX 1 i I i! a u!,: RM a 1 S m 11! & mi m y.wi 8$ a Ml II U$T OF PASSENGERS' LOST r Bv ecarJ Prtit "jfcmfbamn'en, En?.. Sept. 12. The lees of life in the foundering of the German gtenmhlp Hainmenin off Vige. Spain, last Saturday will probably ever be definitely known. The pas senger list wa net saved, and the total f" these en beard can only be apprerl- j .mated. ; j , Captain Alfred Heefer, commander of the Hammenia, asserts that only fif- t ftecn persons are missing out of a total ,of 057. The crew, he believes, num bered 102 and the passengers IV.". . Captain Day, commanding the team Mn Kinfanns Castle, which brought 385 survlrevs here, wiys he saw pos sibly eliflitj drowning, while ethers Since the death list as high ns 150. ine reason why the number lett will probably never be known is that most of the passengers were spanisn or mean workmen, whom it will be impossible te trace. During his fifty years at sea. In which he has saved four ships and their crews. Cnrtaln Day told the Associated Plena he never witnessed scenes of hor ror, equal te these of Saturday. "When we received the S. O S en Saturday morning." he s-ald, "we hur ried te the scene and steed for severnl bpurs until told that we were net needed. Then, when resetting our course late in the attcrnoen. we get a ocend call and hurried back In a heavy sea. We saw the Hammenia en her side, sinking, with the ocean full of life rafts and overturned beats, te which drowning men. women and children uvre clinging. We get out eight beats. and there was a great ruh among the Bailers te be the brut te the resiue. - "They brought en beard 383 per sons. One of our beats delivered seven te the City of Valencia ; another elghty ight were rescued by the Huclid and possibly sjixty by the Tuder Prtnec. If there uere any mere they were lest." 1 Captain Heefer, who formerly com cem saanded the liner Impcrater, bald he had never suffered au accident. Then, with lips quivering: '"When we left Vige," he continued, "strong cress-winds begnn te blew and We slewed down. Then I found the ship leaking and put her head te the norm, but the water kept creeping upwnrd. I sounded vainly te ascertain the whereabouts of the leak, and set the pumps working at .'J 000 tens te the sour. 'tl did net dream that such a stout ship could be In danger, but the water kept climbing, and when the ship was listing I sent out the S O S. Then, hoping against hope, I refuted aid until the very last. "I refused te leave the ship, and nineteen of my engineers and officers declared they would remain. Even Fritz, the ship's cook, and Johann, twelve-year-old cadet, stayed when the Waters were sweeping the lower decks. "We finally shoved off, but the waves were se powerful that, with two men en each ear, it was difficult te go mere than a few yards and we were almeit caught by the sinking vest-el. As she went down by the stern there was a big expjoslen, sheeting the green seas a hundred feet into the air." Corunna, Spain, Sept. 12. (Uy A. P.) When the ill-fated blcaiuMi'p Hammenia left here for Vige ou Fri day there were en beard 534 perMins, of whom 303 were passengers. Or.e hundred and eight pnwcngerh and a ca- facity cargo were taken en hyrc. The lammenia is reported te have grazed a rock while leaving the harbor. Seme survivors who have reached here declare sixty-three lives were lest, while ethers beliee that nil the crew and passengers were saved. HUSBAND STEPS ASIDE IN BABY TRIANGLE SUIT Tlernan Encourages Wife te Flflht Other Man Seuth Bend, Ind.. Sept. 12. Prof. Jehn P. Tiernan said yesterday after noon that he had withdrawn from the stilt brought by his wife against Harry Poulin, in which she charges that lie ii the father of her youngest son. Prof. Tiernan said, however, that his wife would continue te press the case new in the hands of the prowcuter. "If I understand Mrs. Tiernan's frame of mind," said her husband, "she Intends te prosecute te the limit, and in that determination she has my ap proval. She insists that she will prove thq guilt of the man who brought wrecknge into our lives. She will in sist that he pay the penalty, as she is paying." Prof. Tiernan said that he had ar ranged for a separation from his wife under which the ether two children will ' he put In a Chicago school where he ' can tlelt them, each week after the Poulin cae n disposed of. TOREADOR PANTS NEXT Western Style Exhibited at Merfs Fashion Shew Has Bells On 'New Yerk, Sept. 12. (Uy A. P.) The advent of a new stjje of men's trousers that Is coming out of the West la revealed at trie male stjlc show con- i ducted at Madisen Squurc Garden in ' connection wltn the annuul convention pi i the National Hetail Clothiers' As sociation. The new troupers arc called "toreador" and have all kinds of fancy fixings. They are belled at the bottom, with slib laced together, and may be decorated with bells, little buttons nnd fancy braids, The fa'd, said fe have started among high school and college boys near the motion-picture colony in Jeh Angeles, rtl - idy has been banned, reports here ImVe It, by the Southern branch of tne Uiiiveislty of California, where fresh nl en had planned te wear them together With sideburns, 4 Meney maker rearrested Ja Suka In Tells Again After Fin k ?,y ' Ishlng Term ", 'vWnt Chester. Pa.. Sent. 12. Jee r& t. Suka, of Philadelphia, was released ft . ffiatn 11m f TIlAkltf IVilttlttr nrlunn lulu " A .i.C"" " Vvin,i VOiihij littnill JUL'J jM ' lift night after having seryed a term fy! off eighteen months en the chnrge of anempiing re sni n "meney-maKing A CEDAR-LINED CLOSET as made by us assures complete protection against moths for your valuable furs nnd clothing. Such a closet possesses advan tages such as no tar-bag or cedar chest can offer. Every carment has ample space., each Is easy of access. Clothing docs net become wrinkled and creased. Cedar-lined closets nre the most modern form of moth protection. Houses of refinement everywhere are being fitted with them at a cost ee low, as te be negligible, considering the protection they afford. Wrlfe or Portfcuter of Our Ten Months' Payment Plan TOMBLESON COMPANY 524 Walnut St. Lembard G733 Main 7503 3anie4t6 CHOCOLATB MALTED MILK COR that hungry half hour before bedtime take it het. It induces sleep and can net tax the di gestion. You'll like the chocolate flavor, tee. lb In all our Stores fills jjfcssEOKiSfiass Hew Much Meney , wu there In your safe last night? Enough te make an Interesting party for some prowling parasite? Don't take chances. We are open ttll 10 P. M. every weekday. Even If you have ether banking; connections, open a emnll account here for protection. REPUBLIC TRUST. COMPANY 1429 CAestnut Street HOURS 9AM-10PM MAKE US PROVE IT TODy M m raj nPWO things you can be cure of in the H m! Paige 6-66 appearance you can be proud H I of power beyond your need. H Ii Call Spruce 1410 for a Demonstration H 1 GUY A.WILISV M913R C9 i ePAOSTRT AT VlNCPM.LaOEtPHIA H Associate Dealers -H J 8. nBOAD ST. TAJGE PALES CO.. I1A1JTE8 BTJtTOV MOTOR SALES M S J010 booth Braed 6U AXJV SEKVICIC F Onme BrecUman. Ire.. KM tjS TESCXJ. MOTOB CpUV&SY. Cor- "". mdUnten Are. g 838 Xarth 6ti 61. GIBSON'S ACTO WOHKS. E2 S 3025 ItBTerfsrd Av. KH ('If Hnrtter tn.. Prep., PNTDER mt03 P 37U. and Wanat Bit. flSId OarS-itewn Xt B W Suburban Dealers M fc MAIiaEN'S OASAOK. I NORTmTAST OARAQB. M gg Xncter Are.. Urn J)wr i 1733 WalwUnc St.. Frankferd ES (On CLARK'8 GRAOE. WM fsa rUurtewn. Pa. HI m r BStSaCissBaKnsnBiH A Real Half Price Sale i EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE WILL BE SOLD AT ONE-HALF OFF NOTHING WILL BE RESERVED Once Every Year We Give Our Patrons the Benefit of This Sale and a Real Opportunity Awaits Yeu Men's and Ladies' Raincoats aenHyrnr RulnceHf A I'lne Assortment te Choeio Frem Ladles' and M-ns $10 00 Raincoats "-JJ $12.50 Raincoats Cintena J8" $15. 00. Raincoats Peplin nnd Mohair J-'0 $1800 Raincoats Cashmere and Tweed :!;'.2 $25.00 Raincoat Leralne and Silks Ih'Jx $36.00 Raincoats Tweeds nnd Gabardines ?iIX $40.00 Raincoats Imp. Fancy Cashmere. .... .....J-o.eo J60.00 Raincoats Imp. Gabardines and Whipcords, .sso.eo BOYS' AND GIRLS' RAINCOATS Children's $4.00 Capes. Blue and Red New S2.00 Beys' and Girls' $5 Raincoats " 3-S0 Beys' nnd Girls' $7.00 Raincoats 3-B( $6.50 New $3.25 W )i W- $1.50 Jk W New 75c ffl IJai MATS AND MATTING . 8c ft. 6x18 Stair Tails, $1.50 a de. New 15e 18x30 Doer Mats, $1.50 ew 7Se 36-Inch wide Matting-, was $2.00 per yard New 11.00 $3 00 a yard 36-lnch Cerrua-ated Matting:. .New St.50 Black Rubber Coats, were (.uu .nw ;" ALL KEDS nALF PRICE Comprising all our Canvas Shoes wljh rubber Felep, suitable for tennis and outing, basketball and bathlnn; shoes te be worn en the links, at home or elhce. Chlldrrn'H Tennis Shoes, were I1.B0 New TBe Mlnses', were $1.75 New Sle Ladles', were $1.60 New 7Se Men's, were $1.60 New 75c LADIES' AND MEN'S RUBBERS Men's $2 00 Rubbers New S1.00 I-tAIeh' 11.25 Rubbers New 83c Ladles' $1.00 Sandala New UOe Children's $1.00 Rubbers New S0e Beys' $1.25 Rubbers New 63e Ladles' Four-Buckle Arctics, were $6.00, New SS.00 Men's Keur-Buckle Arctics, were $6.00, New S3.00 RUBBER SUNDRIES Bath Sprays, were $1.00 New S0e Bath Sprajs, were $1.60 New He Het-Water Bettles, were $1.60 New 75c Syringes, were $2.00 New SI. 00 Ice BaRH, wre $1.50 New 7fle Het-Water Bettles, were $3.00 New 81.50 Red Rubber Glees, were 76c ,New SSc Black. White and Red Nipples, were $1.00 a dozen New BOe SlnRle-Ceated White Sheeting, was $1.00 a yard New S0 Deuble-Coated Hospital Sheettnr. was $1.60, New 76c Crib Sheeta, were 11.50 New 7Be Whirl Bulb Syrlngea, were $3.00 New 11.50 $1 00 Rubber Aprons BOe Bathing Caps Sc e $3.75 New $1.88 MS $7-50; RiUfcall Ii v I. aacblne te n resident n( Ceatcsvllle. i Iwt the latter had "framed" him nnd caused his arrest and that of a coin cein coin twnlen, the latter being a fugitive from justice. As Suka was ready tn leave, nn esacer from Allentcvn nnpenred uith Ida proper pnpurH, took charge of lit in Md started for (lint phue en a late train, 8uka Is wnnttd there en a cjaallar chnrge te the one of which lie ssas convicted here, the offense havlns ssssBvassBSSssssBBSSf a ABneT 9t jpsssf at aw JBSF issaaaaaaaasBBssjssBW SSsaaBSSSSSSSBSHU i -1 What the Pennsylvania : Salt Manufacturing Company i. ' - , A Story of tjhe Company and Its Products F Dees i OR OVER 72 YEARS this company, founded by a group of Pennsylvania, i-hamlct nnit fcttxinesa men in 1850, has been identified -with the growth of the Industrial Chemical Industry in this country. Te many. this fact will be surprising;, for although styled a "Salt" Manufacturing Company, the manufac ture of the condiment or ' feed atuff known as "salt" has never been the company's principal product- Their activiti.es as manufacturers of Industrial Chemicals have, however, been wide and varied, until at the present time they stand among the largest manu facturers in this country of a family of products which are vital te the processes of manufacture in' many important in dustries. ' At Philadelphia .en the Delaware River; at Natrona, Pa. (en the Allegheny River, 23 miles from Pittsburgh, the great industrial center of that section), and at Wyandotte, Mich, a suburb of Detroit, en the Detroit River, where is situated their electrolytic plant, second te none in size in the country, are lo cated ,the Company's plants, from which flew the .constant stream of their Prod ucts, some of which have been nationally krtewn under brands for ever half a cen tury. In certain fields the Company have 'becnforcmest as pioneers and in ventors. They have .since 1865, without interruption, been the sole importers of Kfyelitn, from the Island of Greenland intd the Western Hemisphere. Among paper makers they are Known as pio neers in the manufacture of Paper Maker's Alum, and their Natrona Pereus (Iren Free) Brand has a national repu tatien net only in this industry, but ether industries as well. Throughout the in dustrial world they have gained and maintained a reputation for the reliabil ity and uniform quality of their products. As a Company, they are naturally ?reud of the progress made during their 2 years of activity, for as the original corporation was founded, se it stands today, without consolidation or amalga mation with outside interests, a Phlladel Phia company, owned and managed by hlladelphians. l At the coming National Exposition of Chemical Industries, te be held at Grand Central Palace, New Yerk, from Sept. 11th te 16th, the Company will have en exhibition a display of their products, and they will gladly explain them and hew they are used te their friends who may visit the Exposition. The following are the Majer. Products of the Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing - Company, and their uses: Sulphate, of AJemlrra Taper muklpir. Water purification,! Fix-1 Inff dyes, Tannins, Celer trade, leather trade, ' Alumina (Calelned and nVdrste) Alnmtnnm glass, Printlnc Inks, retfery trade, Abraclvct, Celers, Spark pings, Porce lain, Crystal Alum ' (Lamp, Grennd- and Powdered) Medi cine. De works, Artificial marble, Water nitration. Caustic Seda (Electrolytic 60, U, 19 strengths) Seap making, Celer Indnstrr, Dyeing and Calice printing. Mercerizing. Bicarbonate of Seda (Natrona and Cheshire Ilrands) Medi cine, Baking powder, Confectionery trade, Textile Industry, Mineral waters, Fire extinguisher compounds. Sal Seda Washing, Cleansing and spraying, Do De mestic parpens. Salt Cake Glass traded" Pharmaceutical and Vet erinary purposes, Dyeing and flnlshlag, Paper pulp. Salt Free from Magnesia and Calcium, Dye manufacturing, Water softening, Seap refining. Bleaching: Powder (Chlorinated Lime) Bleaching pulp, Dis infectant, Bleaching Oils nnd Fats. Tea tile trade, Household purposes. Water sterlUtatlen, Laundries. Natrona Red Ore (Fer Gas Purification) Kemerlng sol sel sol pher from gas. Natrona Paint Ore Celer purposes. Copperas Preparation of Horticultural sprays, Inks, Prussian blue, Disinfectant, Pho tography, Ge and water purification, Manufacture of rouge, . Nedulized Iren Ore Pig iron and steel, low In phosphorus. Sulphuric Acid (AU strengths) Fertilisers, Petroleum refining. Pickling, Iren and steel, Tex tiles, Glue Industry;, Storage batteries. Muriatic Acid (Pare and Commercial Grades) Prepara tion of chlorides,. Manufacture of radiant. Metallurgical purposes, Medi cine. Leather Industry, Glue Industry, tinning and galvanising. Nitric Acid Gum cotton, explosives, manufacture of titrates, photo-engraving, etching iteel tools. Acetic Acid (AU strengths) Textile Industry, Tine gar manufacture, Insecticides, Acetate of lead, VarnUh manufacture. Chloride of Alumina. Textile Industries, Oil refining, Weel Carbenising. Zinc Chloride Cotten, 811k and Weel industries, Dis infecting, Preserving weed, Tinning and soldering purposes, Weed fibre manu facture. Greenland KryelitK Enaraellnaand glass, Tiling table tops, Fleg, Glaring -in pottery, Manufacture of aluminum. Lewis 98 Powdered Lye American Lye Greenwich Lye Sapenifler Household soap making. Cleansing ana numerous domestic uses. Hypochlerite of Seda .- Laundry purposes, Disinfecting milk bottles and dairy utensils, farm uses. A non-poisonous germicide. Liquid Chlorine Water sterlUtatlen, TextUe trade. Bleaching, Manufacture Paper, Pulp, Dyes. Oils (Hardened by hyclrogenatlen) Producing a high-grade tallow for soap, candle, Butter substitutes, Orease lubrication. Pyrites Sulphuric Arid, Purple Ore, Iren and steel Industries. Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Company Works at Philadelphia, Pa. Natrona, Pa. "Wyandotte, Mich. General Offices WIDENER BUILDING Philadelphia, Pa. Branches at Pittsburgh Chicago St. Leuis New Yerk Philadelphia GEAR Works WT-iSJjaBBSSBSSS9mSRSJSJ ini H JBfmmtMpLmmm aMfiSaVxsaBatsMBs aHaHsHsxL Chemical Industries Shew Grand Central Palace, New Yerk Meet us there and see our exhibit of speed-reducing units. Werm Gear and Herringbone Gears Asfc for W. S. Merse 4th Fleer Beeth Ne. .478 American Chemical Machinery Ce. CHESTER, PENNA. " Engineers Coppersmith Machinists or -Jitiii'niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililiilliiillliiiiiiiiiiiilliiitilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu: HIS Company manufactures METERS of the VENTURI and P1TOT.TUBE types fqr the meas- urement of het and cold water, brine and ether solutions. H Alse manufactures RATE CONTROLLERS, LOSS OF HEAD and RATE OF FLOW GAUGES for filters, WATER LEVEL GAUGES, AUTOMATIC AIR 5 VALVES and ether water works specialties. Our meters are used extensively in large power plants, E water works systems and industrial plants. Our RATE CONTROLLERS and GAUGES are used by E all the Filter Companies, many municipalities, Water E s Companies and industrial concerns. E Write (or Bulletins. S SIMPLEX i 1 VALVE and METER 1 e rnKre a xtv I Factery: jvlirxj Ii Race above 67th St. Philadelphia See Our Exhibit at the "Chemical Shew" Grand Central Palace New Yerk . Beeth Ne. 28, Main Fleer Evaporators, Continuous Tar stills, Gas Scrubbers, Solvent Recovery Equipment, Heavy Copper and Brass Werk for all purposes. Down Town Office; E 112 N. Bread St. tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiillilllllllllllllllimilllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIHINIHItl?. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ACID PLANTS ELECTROLYTIC m.EACH PLANTS arDr- . ee0 TtmCE CELLS t-CAU6TIC CHLORINE- 'Wlv , , T f" 1M safe rffcv1V!M 7, ?Qi$Bbi h fiA-T ZTism T I I OIUMPL IV'y wt- rMMWATt OurrLT DlOESItU rWHEET Of CAUSTIC I CHLORINE PUNT J chemicals?011 Salt '" transfermcd by Electric Power te valusble Pape?Uile cutVv Chlr,nC' U"d ,n thJ manufactUM f 1?1 Beeth Ne. S67 I te$fffil Supply & En& Ce. "- """-- I'HILAUE.i'i'ii irqniMuiiiiw nnmnmni mmmummmmmmmmmmMmmmAimmmmmm Read the. Ads en the Classified Pages Kl I l 111 I r i Mtn committed previous te the one at .v ygattsrup Ike A -i i'".i.."t HIW itd Li&;. i k i ' 3 .liW. s.3i i.Vi'j'ii .