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SCT. hM her freed en a writ of
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UW!Tm net afraid te face any iury 1
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'Xd my wish te appear before the
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Wrillread men who responded, tb the
iriM of Mrs. Glbersen. '
When they entered the house they
fcsnd Mrs. Olbersen dressed in a night
Sim her hands and armsi bound .and
JShe told authorities (hat two men
t.j ..trsi hi house and that -one
l- rilhera hnd seized awl bound her while
I. the ether weni ime uiTuuira, .
ld shot him when he attempted te
fcht them.
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PRESIDES ATr CONVENTION
.PEGGYs WOOD r ,
Star'ef-musical comedy, wfv'ah- '
neuncei iher" betrothal te Jehn V.'
A.. Weaver,4 literary editor of 'the'
Brooklyn, Eagle.- Miss 'Weed,
-. daujchter of an author, xalned fama
te' "Bttddies.'i . "Maytlme" and
"Marjelaine,"
PEGGY WOOD BETROTHED
t fir'Ann Aifi r Trt f ft V
.HAVtnrunu ohile iuuhi
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Miny
en
Phlladelphlani Leave
iv Steamer Ter Liverpool
tThe White Star liner Haverford left
5tt 03, Seuth AVharves. Washington
ehue, at 10 o'clock this morning for
' Iiwpoel, by way of Quccnstewn, with
i tie following Philadelphians booked for
the csbln : '
Mrs. Mary B. Browne, Miss Dewa
i M, Browne. Master Jlarry Browne,
Mils Julia uuivcr. .mibr vj. .m. uawew,
; Mr; K. Durr. Mrs. Florence K. Ex-
I; ley,' Mrs. Paul England, Miss Margaret,
. finis. Miss Naemi Fersytbe, Mrs. Lucy
Greenwood, Miss Elizabeth Grounds,
; Mils Gertrude Hardy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ij.
" 1.' Henry, Mrs. Alsa C. Heward, II. O.
'-Jerdan, Misn Dorethy Kilmer, Miss
U!an 0. Kleps. M. M. Knowles,
Thomss McNab, the Rev. H. J. Mus-
k)t. Miss Margaret McCartney, Mrs.
Gabrletle Plncau. Frederick Powell, the
i Rv. Iner Partington, Mr. and Mrs.
Jiek'wn Richards, Miss Dorethy Hug-
4n. Mrs. Leuis Seabcr. Miss Alice
Betber, Miss Malvlna Samson, Mrs.
Edwin S. Themas, Miss Kathleen
.Themas, Miss Marjerie Themas. Mine.
' N. Tlmacheff. Mrs. Wllttn Thurman
' M infnnt, Mnstp.r Themas Thurman,
rV J. Vannse. Mrs. L. H. Watsen,
Mln Lucj- J. Whltakcr. Mrs. Catharine
( Wilen and Mrs. R. Woodward.
Instead of calling at Bosten, as erlg
hilly scheduled, the Haverford will go
tjrect te Queenstown and Liverpool.
Thirty thlrd'class passengers also have
own booked.
" '
JWRS. HARRIS WILL RE-WED
Widow of Theatrical Producer te
Marry New Yerk Breker
,New Yerk, Sept, 12. The engage
wnt Is announced of Mrs. Rene W.
Hirrls, manager of the Hudsen Theatre
na producer of plays, te Zack C.
Barber, a member of the. brokerage firm
ef 'Whitman & Ce., 8 West Fortieth
treet.
Mrs. Harris Is the widow of Henry
p. Harris, theatrical producer, who was
wit en the Titanic.
,:ur. Barber is a member of the Wee
Sv" Country, University and Yale
bs and formerly lived In Detroit.
-
; ".Mary Govera' Will Probated
ji.'y one will was probated . today.
Wat of Meri- T. nnnn.B Aettn n-.-.i
I, ft, for $16,000. Inventories of per
wai estates filed were: Henry Hil-
fH.223.17; Elizabeth A, Smith. $19.1
FJ-oe. and Jehn Horten, $17,828.80.
l2. of Hllam F. Ruwell, 3023IOI
- P"i avenue, nhn dl..i in n.e t.i. nit..
V;W0. and Adelf F. Knppella, 6848
- Ktrnt-e, $Stuu,
Mutlcal Comedy Star Engaged te
Wed Literary Editor
New Yerk, Sept.. J 2. (By A, P.).
leggy Weed, musical comedy .atar, baa
announced her engagement, tei Jehn V.
A. Weaver, literary editor, of the
Brooklyn, Eagle. The (Inte of the wed
ding was net mride public.
Miss Weed, daughter of Eugene
Weed, author and ,.mni?ailne writer,
gained fame in "Buddies." She also
starred in "Maytime" nnd "Marjo "Marje
laine." '
MAY DHPORrWOMAN
Mutt Ge Back te Russia U'nfeaa Her
Husband la Found
Mrs. Scrafin Wilmer, thirty years
old, and her .thirteen-year-old son Ed
ward, who arrived Sunday as stow
aways en the steamship Stelgerwald
from Hamburg, will be deported unless
tha Federal authorities locate the hus
band, Edward R. Wilmer, supposed" te
be living en' Ninety-sixth street, New
Yerk. If heean prove he was born
in this country and is dill a citizen,
they may be, released, nltheugh they
have no passports.
The. woman related te the Inspectors
hew she and her husband 'and boy were
.thrown Inte jail at Petrograd and, of
Miplr trvlntr exneriences and hew sue
managed te reach Portugal after being
released in search or ner mtsDand, only
te find that he had left for America
und of. her daring te hide in the steam
er's coal bunkers.
Portland; Me., Sept. '12.- The water
way between thef'Delawtfre tnd Chesa
peake Bay should be'cemplctcd within
tnree years. .Mayer Moere tow ,tne uei
egatcs te the Atlantic Deeper , Watery
waya convcutlen, which o'pcncd.here to te
day: ' ' '"
There, is .an allowance of $3,000,000
for the deepening 'of the Delaware
River cliannel te ,the -sea, said Mr.
Moere"whb, flprcisldent,'ef the Wntor Wnter Wntor
ways'AsMclatien. occupied the. chair at
the opening sessien: ,'''
The number et'vesselh using , the Del Del
nwareend' Chesapeake Cannl has great
ly increased, the Mayer' continued. In
the-, first six months, of "this year 1373
vessels"1 arrived, and cleared through the
carial,. compared wlthJ488 for' the cor
responding period last year.-
'Ceal Shipments 'Large
Bituminous, ceaj. .shipments through
the canal were large during "'the first
half of this year, the Mayer asserted.
Mere' than 62,500 tens arrived In Phil
adelphia from Southern .perta, this
activity beiug explainable by coal-strike
conditions, Lumber shipments from the
Seuth also Increased enormously. "Sugar
shipments' showed ,a heavy increase,.
117,000 tens being carried in the fiMt
six months'ef this year, as against 800
tens for the same period in 1021.
The Mayer congratulated this city
and the State of Matue for the fin",
modern, public terminal here, which
members of the association will dedi
cate. '
He warned1 against the international
ship canal project for the St. Lawrence
River, characterizing it as "a costly
and visionary plan."
Straw Hats Disappear .
Delegates discarded their straw hats
for soft hats or derbies seen after they
disembarked here.
The blight' of the straw hats was
suffered early today, and the hat stores
of Portland were the gainers thereby.
It seems thct'.in this northern dime the'
Ktrnws will anp ee wencr uiuu iue.v ue
en Chestnut street, Philadelphia. The
lints that looked se blithe and gay when
the wearers embarked at Philadelphia
Saturday- afternoon were out of place
up here, where the natives have already
denned fall coverings. The new dis
carded straws' show which way the
wind blows in Portland.
Baxter In Gray Creation
Harry'T. Baxter, vchlcf of the Bureau
of City 'Property "'df Philadelphia,
brought aSi nifty gray creation that
l luiuiun i.v ... .. -"-
denned It seen after ha get bacK nw
land legs aiier wd i.m. ..
him a dlstat fer'.aalt water; Like-:
r..i. tlMMlM .lii la thm mum
wise annum jiiiei.w.i. ---" --
slstant engineer in charge of the Barb-,
age cdllei!tl6n'f6r Philadelphia; brought
hla'ewn brbwn hat. He auwurpiigm
an absorbing interest Inthe garbage
problems of Portland, flrtd" he, waxed
neetic when be told Incredulous friends
that collections in PUUdelphla are
made se1 promptly. .
Mayer Frank Si ;'Van,.Hart, of Catnr
den, ,1a taking, a keen interest In the
proceedings,1 here.. He is scheduled te
preside at the session .tonight in the
municipal auditorium", where the first
Hinh was held today. With Mayer Van
Hart were five members of Camden City
r..-ll ' tVilllnir(r.n- H!.. Ttnrfn. Vrri).
erlck Ai Ven Nelda, Geerge J. Schnei
der,) Rebert Macintosh, and William J.
Kelly. Alse present were James E.
Leng,'' chief of the Water' Department
of Camden,, and Hr.rber Oommissienem
Charles -A. woiverten ana xienjamin
Meloney., Mr. Wolvcrle'riand Mr. Me Me
leneV' were accompanied, by, their wIvcm.
tWIIllnm K. riernard., the Phlladelnhla
ugbeat'man, was' chosen sergeant-at-
arms.ieaajr, K IRJBI. uc,.let uura ay yi-
vleus conventions. . .
WOMAN HER; OWrTLAWYER
Mt. -Gladya Raker, ' Hald'f or; Jury,
Ran Down Bey, 'It Charge
(Mrs.' Gladys D. Baker, ICi Mont
gomery avenue, Cynwyd, was her own
attorney In Central Station today when
arraigned for running down' a boy en a
bicycle with her motorcar'.
The' accident happened .. yesterday at
Bread and Spruce "streets. The boy is
Harry Ferris, sixteen years old, 1045
Seuth Bouvier street, son of Sergeant
Ferris, who" Is detailed at the office of
Superintendent of Police Mills.
Mrs. Raker waa held: in 5400 bal1
for the Grand Jury. 'Traffic Patrel-
j'man Gorden testified that young Ferris
was with the rlght-er-way. tramc wnen
Mrs. Raker cut In 'from Spruce street.
Ferris waa cut and bruised.
EpscepaNani,' In 'Convention,
A... Cpjntlder Change of
' Baptism Rites .
t i
DEACONESS QUESTION' IS UP
Senater Pepper tceSpeak
Senater Pepper communicated
Bif.Aiaectated Preti,
Portland, Ore., Sept. 12r--Prayer
book revision loomed as the task ahead
of the Heuse of Bishops ancf the Heuse
of Deputies as they resumed their' sea-;
slens today In the general convention
of the Protestant Episcopal 'Church in
the United States The Heuse of Bish
ops is. at work en changes in thej rites
of .baptism and In theTHeuae, of Dep
uties mernlng'nnd evening prayer alter
ations arc 'under discussion. Several
changes, nil technical in characterhave
alreadv been adented. " "' ' " '
Having disposed of all amendments
te the prayer book which weTre. .recom
mended by (he last triennial convention,'
all prayer-book revision considered
from new en'will be subject te ratifica
tion by the next, triennial iconvcntlen
before becoming effective. y .
Married women will be eligible, for
appointment as deaconesses,, if a new
canon recommended 'in the"rcpert pi a
joint commission is adopted. The pro
posed canon is a departure, from the
established custom of the Church,
Other chanjes recommended would
elevate the office of deaconess and give
it permanence, provide for-' apeclnl
courses of training and for an exami
nation before a beard of examiner.
Bishop iPhlllp M. Rhlnelander, of
Pennsylvania, is chairman of the joint
commission making the report.
- Miss Grace Liudley( of New 'Ybrlr.
iwafc re-elected executive secretary or
the women's auxiliary of the Churcb.
The fight for the next triennial con
vention was carried into the rank of
t'.ie women when invitations -were glveu
by Providence and Philadelphia.
INCOME TAX DUE FRIDAY
f
Penalty for Failure te Meet Third
Quarterly Instillmentr
Get the fountain pen and thi check
book ready. The third quarterly install
ment of the inceme tax is due Friday.
Clerks in the office of Collector of
Internal Revenue' McCeughn are pre
pared for a rush In the, next three days.
If ,'payaient is net made en or before
Friauy an additional assessment will be
levied.
. .Dcllnnuenta also will
te1 nav the last auarterlv
which is net due until December 15
forthese who have paid the third In
stallment by Friday.
Philadelphia
in the Cafe. L'Alglen
with
Industrial
managers'
officers of the
Association, employment"
section, meetine
annex last night, accepting tneir invi
tation te address them at 'their next
meeting. October. 12. ' l ,' '
K WOMEN AXD TfTB T,E.OCE OF
NATION
Th appointment of Jim. Coomb Tnnnt
n alternate en' the British detention It
taken, by many an an' Indication of tha
greater' political Influence of women. MIm
Constance Drexel Is aendlnr Intareatlne
cable from Oeneva,' which appear en tha
Foreign Newa,.P.ace of the, r.caue Lpei.
"Mak6 It a nVblt. Adv.
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ADDING MACHINES
All Makes
COLLINS, 831 Chestnut St.
Fhenel Walnut '3173
Required,
Three
Salesmen
These men will have te tell
a motorcar standing' high'
in its field six cylinder,
light, strong a a herd of
buffalo, beautiful te see
and reasonably priced.
Previous experience idl
ing cars is net needed but
you mutt be a trained
aaleiman in some field,
Please tell us your ageand,,
;f unattached, why If you
are busy new, hew long
would you need te get
hooked up) Please give us
some reference in confi
dence, of course. The
compensation in this con
nection is geed. Address
B 134, Ledger Office
Partner Wanted
An unusual opportunity te be
come an equal partner in a long
established Philadelphia manu
facturing concern, doing busi
ness for ever 80 years.- New
blefta" and 'new ideas Wanted in
an; advertised business that in
sists en the fullest investiga
tion, en, your part and which en
its part demands the best refer
ences. Replies treated confiden
tial. A 520, LEDGER OFFICE
live'St
the Sunlight
.Te produce. an article
that will permit Hghte
paas through it ,with
accompanying vision
and at the same time
keep out heat or cold
and afford protection
from the elements is a
triumph of manufacture.
Writ for BmlUlln
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HIRES TURNER
GLASS COMPANY
SOtfc ni Watairt
PHILADELPHIA
COMPLETE aatlsf action wlll.be
yours as te material and work,
lnannhlp If you buv your
Lighting ..Fixtures
from us. .
We guarantee absolutely the
quality of our coeda (made en
tirely of solid brass), while, the
deslams we, offer are unique and
distinctive.
Payment en Ttrwu vfrranferf.
Open Crss. 'til 10 Est.' UffB
remund&Sbn!"
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burden en your salesmen !
pave the way for thenf
with direct advertising. ?
Thb Helmes Press, 'Prinitn
1315-29 Cherri timt
Philadelphia
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IF YOU ONLY KNEW
IF you only knew hew much your body needs Pureck '
water. If you only knew the amountref worn-out tissue
and ether waste matter that must be carried away each day.
If you only knew as the physician knows hew Pureck
water 'cleanses your body of these, impurities' hew . it
refreshes, invigorates and makes you, better fitted for,
work or play. ...-.
If you knew these things you would drink lets mere
Pureck water than you de, t ,. I .
Pureck is the finest water you can drink because it is t
scientifically distilled. It comes te you ready te absorb
and remove the impurities. It is charged with oxygen that
refreshes and invigorates. ...
Let your drinking water always be Pureck. It is .mere
than a thirst quencher and is inexpensive.
THE CHARLES E. HIRES CO.
210 S. 24th Street, Philadelphia
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MacDonald & Campbell
Ending. September 16th"
Reduction Sale
Fine 3-Piece Suits of Unfinished Worsteds,
Cheviots, Tweeds and Hemespuns, also 2-Piece
Suits of Tropical Weight Worsteds, Palm Beach
and Norfolk Suits. And 2- and 3-Piece Gelf Suits.
Many weights' suitable for Fall wearing are in
cluded. '
Fer the benefit of these of our patrons who because
of holidays have net been able te take advantage of this
wonderful opportunity, we will continue the reduction en
our unmatchable goods until Saturday, September 16th.
Alterations at Cost
Business Hours 8;30 te 5:30 .
1334-1336 Chestnut Street
SUkSlrtd
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MEW TOKK
57th Sb
RITZ-CARLTON HOTEL .
Bread at Walnut
The idea that "any store"
sells correct fashions is a
fallacy.
One must be in touch with every
fashion movement, both in this coun
try -and Europe. Net outside the
"circle," but inside with reputation
and prestige te carry en arid carry
through the fashion that Paris, New
Yerk and geed taste dictate.
Gidding's as every one knows are
international in their fashion scope
and their label is the hallmark of geed
taste wherever smartly dressed women
assemble.
Prices are always Fair. Many times
lower than at se-called "Bargain0
stores, because of their larger outlet
for-several stores.
be compelled
Installment
, Heme Robbed of $1050
Sneak thiercs stripped the apartibent'
of Jeseph "Armstrong, at 1628. Mount
Vernen street, of clothing and Jewelry
yesterday, the total less being $1050.
The-matter was reported te the' police
today. The robbery occurred during
the absence of the family, ,
Superintendent Greets, Teachers
"In a letter of greeting te the' school
teachers, Or. Edwin C. Broeme, super
intendent of schools, urges' them te join
organizations devoted te. the teachers'
professional advancement. The letter
was mailed te the teachers yesterday.
HOW WAS HE SHOT AND WHY
Conihehooken Man Pun'-- Over
Wound
' Just bow he was shot, when he saw
no one with a weapon, ana Heard no
shot fired, Is today puzzling Fred
Knottier, of Eighth avenue, Conshe-
linrkrn.
Knecltcr was working en a building
in his yard when he felt a slight pain
in his side andvdiscevcrcd spots of bleed
en his shirt. He thought that a chip
from the end of his chisel had caused
the wound. An X-ray of his side was
made yesterday by a physician nnd it
disclosed the bullet. N
cigarette
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FITTED SUIT CASES
EXTRAORDINARY QUALITY
In Geld 'and Si Ivin7 fittings
for Women! and Men.
Hatless Man," Sure
that fellow has three or
f' four cars but the only
thing I see him in is his
MOON."
Prices: F. O. B. Factory
S1295, S1695. $1785, $2485 '
MACKIN MOTORS, INC.
J. Jar Vaederjrrlft. Pres.
MS N. Bread St. rhene Poplar leg
Ulsplar Reems Oeen Etentais
Moter Cars
The car of the ten proven units
Authorized Dealers
Kirkpatrick & Heyler
1834 Market St.
United Service Moen A icy.
419 Carpenter Street
Jehn A. Morrison
3440 Kensington Are.
Ever Readr Garage
Bread & Dealerard
Manene7 & Kilre;
W. Philadelphia
R07 Scbseffsr
CjTHryd
A Ripe Plum
Doesn't Last Lengr
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Last and Final Week
at
PERRY'S
Closing Sale
of
HALFPklCE
a
Starti-g with the greatett
aasertment of Spring and
Summer stock we have
ever before offered at
this time of the year,
there is still, despite a
constant daily stream of
buyers, a geed, selection
of fine Worsted Suits, a
few Overcoats, Rain
coats all
At Exactly One-Half Their
Fermer Regular Prices
But this week ends the sale.
Terms of Sale
Cash Only
Ne Refunds Ne Exchanges
During this week alterations
will be permitted at cost.
Perry & Ce.
16th and Chestnut
SUPER - VALUES
in Clethes for Men
Reef Garden
Hetel Adelphia
Coel for Luncheon
Dinner, Supper
Dancing 8:30
te Closing
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J BRIEF Outline of the
Price Situation
9 Clothing prices started searing in 1918, kept up in 1919,
took a tumble in 1920, receded still further in 1921, and
this season are still lower down as far, we believe, as
they will be for a number of years.
CJ We are greatly pleased with
our Fall Merchandise the
woolens are fine, the models
graceful and attractive, and
our various manufacturers
have excelled themselves in
the workmanship of the gar
ments. fl And se with lower prices as
an additional inducement, we
are anticipating a banner
business. Our starting figure
for either Suits or Tep Coats
is $30. We have excellent
assortments at that price
qualities equal te if net bet
ter than elsewhere.
t But our strong appeal is en
the $40, $45 and $50 grades
there is where we concen
trate, and if you don't knew
the values we eive at these
prices you are missing some
thing. JACOB REED'S SONS
1424-26 CHESTNUT STREET
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