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T jii.i nt en with Klpnner n.T"Mlss Cnmdt'ii" who tossed m " snin?r rA;fl'?" "It. ...... nhi nnnted:' youth and Li. would fellow te the Wink of $MIm BrWepert." Pauln Speettle, 41I-, for (he stage : she would be n Rent SZtn and have the world nt her feet, ffld ''Miss New Orleans," Mauile W ,, .... Mfl, Of Tj.nl. I Well Bum i.ij j. .... n. wnjred Hese, with n te of her lovely Mkrn treses, "each one te her taste. Wt I for one Intend te get married nnd Wti six children." - The DcniuM'n vir iwiK-Mii ,-.v.-. .t A. H. 0. Wilbur factory, 205 Seuth Bird street. Thcv were shown about it plant by h. L. Berry, nnd some if tw empleyes of the offlee Joined them El i.,r.Mifnn. l.nch of the five iruests welted a large piece of chocolate candy VHewed out, and covered with tinsel eewns. The girls were nccempnnlcd Iftheir mothers, and both daughters and mothers received a large bes of COAL ON WAY HERE flrtt Shipments Frem Schuylkill f Fields Start Today First coal from the Schuylkill fields tUl.be shipped te Philadelphia this aftrraoen. Tke Philn'lelphla and Heading Ceal and Iren Company, which sella its own toil In Pottsville direct te the consumer, innimnees it will have coal for sale for domestic purpeici bv Thursday. Blpments from the mines this week till aggregate only a small tennngc, eraters admit. .Many miners nre un it te" ucrlc because of heavy falls of top rock during the suspension. Oneraters express surprise at the Ktlen e! some railroads in ordering nil tbn;e en ether freight in order te (ate anthracite. They tt there will let be enough production of coal for the next month te warrant such a step, jst liter en it may be advisable, when He normal tonnage is restored. The Pulladelphla and Reading Rail nadand the Pennsylvania, which carry lie heaviest: leiuincc from t!ih rezien. ItTf net established the embargo. ,New Yerk Sept. 12. Hareldl Spcn ncr, British Journalist, spenklne nt n luncheon yesterday te Tlsht delcgrttcs of the British aulitruve Institution, wue hnve come te this country te pre sent statues of Pitt. Burke nnd Bryce,' challenged the arraignment of America' made by Budy'ard Kinllng In articles printed "In the New Yerk World nnd ether newspnpers. Kipling, ln(nn interview, reported br Mrs. Clare Sheridan, charged the United Rtntcs had come into the war mere tliarf two years tee late, that the United States came In because of geld i.that the renl America died , in 1800, nnd thut, although "America hns our geld, Eng land has saved' her beii!," "Contrary te Mr. Kipling's charges, veu saved us In the war," said, Mr. Spender. "Wc saved France, we save J Belgium ; then you saved us. Knew Kipling In England "I am wirry te sec that' Mr. Kipling has cxpledM n thunderstorm. But In England we nil knew Kipling, wc hope you knew him eyer here. I note that Senater Bernh has answered him, be It is thunder against llghtulrg. "America did net come into the war for geld, rcgardles of Kipling's state ment, although your Ambassador told us you did. We have learned net te believe Ambassadors. The whole thing is the result of the unfortunate quar rel nbeut money. "Yet business Is business. Meta phorically, America brought the stricken wayfarer, Great Britain, te the Inn and paid her two pence. New you ask your two pence back. Englnnd has always paid her two penccs before, bhe will pay them new." Members of Delegation The members of the delegation at the luncheon were Sir Charles Wakefield, formerly Lord Mayer of Londen and the donor of the r-tntties, who is accom panied by Lady Wnkefield ;. Sir Arthur Haworth, chairman of the MancheJtcr Chamber of Commerce, who is accom panied bv Lady Haworth, nnd II. S. Pcrris, director of the British Kuljtrnve Institution. Governer and Madame Grant, of Neva Scotia; D. S. Edwards, Australian High Commissioner; Lucicn Purcette, Government lender of the Canadian Heuse of Commens, nnd Madame Pacaud. Obviously attempting te couch In parliamentary -language his difference with Mr. Kipling, with whom he haa been en terms of intimate friendship for j ears, Sir Gilbeit Parker, the Brit ish author and publicist, who arrived in the United States a few days age, today said that Mr. Kipling's bitter at tacks en ''America were (e be taken purely as representing the British poet's personal opinion and were distinctly unrepresentative of the reaction of the great bulk of the British people. skventy-ix rneTOGKArns In aepla ten aiiparrd In n recent Tlntn rvure Section. Te nrmbl these picture, required tlie work of artist In Jnpan. Austria, BcetUml. Endand. Italy and, of ceurre. America. Tha only Holerravure Section printed by a Philadelphia Sunday nawepaper appear with the Sunday Felic t.rnem. "Mafca It a Hahlt." Ailr. Te, Aik Sewer Bids , Plans have been drafted and within a few dam .proposals will be asked by the Department efFiibllc Works' for the construction, of twenty -five '.branch Sewers,-the approximate cost of which will be $125,000. Most of these sewer will be laid in suburban sections where building operations are In progress. In the last two years Upward of two hundred branch sewers have been con structed, . " Held aa Counterfeiter ' Charged with passing counterfeit uiuucy, vicier JWKein, iiunyieur jenm old, of 1202 Mechanic street, Camden,' was taken te the Uatnden Citv .Inll pending, investigation. It is alleged thnt the "rnnn mined ;$2 notes (te $20 nnd $1' notes te $10. c '- r , BRISTOL QAZETTEySOLP JeaephR. Grundy la Believed Bristel, Pa., Sept; 12. The Bristel Gntette.i one of the eldest weekly news papers In the.State, was purchased at a constable's sate by Hewnrd I. James, Bristel attorney. It In understood Mr. James acted" as -the representative of Jeseph II. Grundy, who new dwns sev erai newspapers in Jiufks county. The Gazette was owned and published for many yearsMiy Jesse O. Themas, but mdre recently It was operated by Wil liam M. Remlnc, who eloped nbeut two months age with Mrs. Irene Fettle, of Croyden. Since the elopement the newspaper has been conducted by Mr. Jamcs It 1 1 (MV J i tin HOME mi' -jn iILV .. f.etf&H PSee affaslB IkeW a. e.e ,TT rtVv I Bl li & DlLKS 1102 CHESTNUT STREET LADIES' DEPARTMENT s. NEW things for the Street. Travel, -Club, Scheel and College Wear. i uHy&J mm' IE WW DIXV1LLE DRESSES , , t Piquateen and Peiret Twill one-piece dreaieaier college, achoel, club and all outdoor wear, alie the new Pebble-knit and Velour-knit fabrics. ENGLISH TOP COATS Smart exclusive models in a wide range of mix tures, everplaid and plaid back woolens and fleece suitable' for the street, travel, school or college wear. - HUDDERSFIELD FABRICS Plain-Tailored English Tweed Suits for Ladies and Misses in the new colorings and mixture's HOSIERY, Seme 'splendid Weel Spert Heae has just been received. -plain or clocked KNICKERS A specially designed knlcker with "Grip-knit" cuff has just been sent us for exclusive sale in Philadelphia a variety of fabrics at moderate prices. CUSTOM-MADE WAISTS FIT GUARANTEED FABRICS OF THE BEST MANN & DlLKS 1102 CHESTNUT STREET WHY PAY AS MUCH AS $400 for any Player-Piane, if you can buy a new, high-grade and guaranteed instrument for less, en easy weekly or monthly payments, with several dozen music rolls, a bench and a cabinet thrown in?- A well-made Player-Piane, if carefully handled, will last from 25 te 35 years and be a constant source of pleasure and entertainment te its owners. The Cunningham Player-Piane is manufactured with the celebrated REO STYLE patents owned and controlled exclusively by us, in our modern, well equipped factory. Se perfect in construction is this instrument that a child can play with all the expression of the master composer himself. Every PlayeF-Piane we manufacture has a double valve action and metal tubing. De net let anybody talk you into buying an instrument with a single valve action, as it has net the power or endurance if it had, why should we spend twice as much money in developing a double valve action? The very fact that for ever a quarter of a century we have been offering $10,000.00 for a better piano than the MATCHLESS CUNNINGHAM should be sufficient proof of its quality! All our instruments are priced f i;em 20 te 30 per cent lower than any dealer anywhere (whether large or small) can afford te. sell. Terms arranged te suit the niiT1inapr. CASH, OPEN BOOK ACCQUNf OR EASY PA YMENTS . v IT PAYS TO THINK! CfflHbkfck laflffLI S rti1h I PIAXO GO. All Makea or Talking; Machines at Reduced Prices. STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER ? Fer The SENTIMENTS OF THR SONg OF THE FOUNDERS i ' This Stere was Founded in 1868 By Justus C. Strawbridge and Isaac H. Clothier. It is owned and controlled by the sons of the founders, who take pride in maintaining the principles upon which their fathers gained the"cenffdence of the public, and which are held as a heritage for succeed ing generations of the Strawbridge & Clothier families. Merris L. Clothier Frederic H. Strawbridge Rebert E. Strawbridge haae H. Clothier, Jr. Francis R. Strawbridge Heme fte ter InwhteT 7Siaele inn. A. Women's Blanket Bath Robes Hew cesy it feels te slip into one of these new Blanket Bath Robes, se soft and warm. And se goed-lookinjr, tee, in gay plaids, clever figures and rich Japanese designs. At $3.95 A pretty model with flat cellar and cord girdle. At $5.00 A richly figured model with cellar, cuffs and pockets trim med with wide satin ribbon, with cord girdle. At $6.75 A lovely Japanese model, with wide satin ribbon trim ming the long shawl cellar and running down the entire front of the Bath Rebe. Strawbrldte A Clothier Third Fleer. Filbert Street. Weat Baby Coaches $22.75 and $27.50 APARTMENT HOUSE SIZE Pullman Coaches skilfully designed te give baby the greatest amount of comfort awhile restricting the size of the Coaches. Streng, good geed looking, nicely upholstered, with reversible gear, and heavy rubber tires. Stroller Ge-Carts, $15J00 Straw bridle & Clothier Uaiement. Filbert Street V 7i These Exquisite New Blouses $3.50 te $10.00 The finer kind of Hand made Perte Rican Blouses of French voile, batiste or dimity, showing hew charm ingly real Irish or filet laces and hand-drawn work can be combined. Deep-cuffs, long sleeve Blouses with saucy Peter Pan cellars or graceful roll cellar effects. Second Fleer. Centra Men's Fancy Handkerchiefs of Linen 50c Pure white linen centres with colored borders in tan, lavender and blue. Alse plain white with white corded bor ders. An unusually attrac tive value 50c. Market Street Crdia Alale Timely suggestions housewives new busily ning hemefurnUfctfifl Autumn and Winter: New Curtain Fabrics Are Here Pattern afUr pattern I figured Filet Nets an! Im ported Sceteh MadrM. htmi- some floral and effects among than, cream or ecru St te wide, from 35c te 1940 i Third Bleached Table Linen, $2.40 yard, Table Damask, beautifuTin weave and design; 70 lnebes wide. Werth one-fourth mere than $2.40 a yard. Napkins te jnatch, tsAnch, $6.00 a dozen; Si-inch $8.00 a dozen. Dinner Cleths, New $6 te $9 Fine Scotch Deuble Damask Linen Cleths, size te seat four persons, $6.00; six persons, $7.60; eight persons $9.00. Napkins te match, it-inch $7.50 a dozen. Alilea II and(ia, Centra Weel-filled Comfertables The best values obtainable in warm Weel Comfertables: With figured cover bordered with plain satine $6'.50. E&ra-length ; covered with fine figured cambric, scroll stitched and bordered with plain satine $8.75. Covered with fine figured satine, scroll - stitched, with plain satine border and back $12.00. Silk-covered and fancy stitched. Chiefly in rose and Copenhagen blue $16.50. Covered with figured silk top and pTain satin border $20.00. StrawbrMie & Clothier " Alale 11. Filbert Street Ball-Bearing Reller Skates $1.95 The boy or girl who loves te skate (and what youngster does net?) will surely ap preciate a pair of these Bail Bearing Skates manufactured by the Union Hardware Com pany. At this low price, it would be well te buy a pair for a Christmas gift. Strawbrldae A Clothier Baaement. Market Street, W.it BBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBKMlVvCa&fiLa'4 & ( V' aaBKV aT'VeViBP OW if aenTT Tai aaaaaaaaaW 1 1th and Chestnut Sts. Open Evenings ' (Factory; SOth and- Parkside Avenui) IS '.'n. i.i 1 We are the Onjiy Piane Manufacturer in Penna. Fameut for Selling from Factory te Heme Direct The Sample Sale of Men's James A. Banister Shoes Starts Te-morrow The: Price $8.75 Sample Autumn and Winter Shoes and Oxfords made by James A. Banister &. Ce. the finest collection of Sample Footwear we have ever assembled. Scores of different leathers, lasts and effects. Sample sizes only i 7V and 8, B and 8, A. Of course, $8.75 is far less than identical styles and grades 11 be seldf for in regular stock. An added attraction by which Every Man Can Share in This Event Ne Matter Whether He Wears a Sample Size or Net Formerly only these men fortunate enough te wear a sample size could profit by thiB event. This season, however, through the co-operation of the Banister factory, we have secured in addition te the Sample Footwear several hundred pairs of Shoes and Oxfords in black and tan calf and grain leathers, in all sizes and all widtlis, te sell at the sample price ($8.75), although these, tee, will sell for much mere in regular stock. K-- Strawbrldfe & Clothier Eaat Stere. Klehlli Street The Half-Price Clearance of Suits Affords Excellent Selection at - $12.50, $1 7.50, $20, $22.50, $25 This morning we began the final whirlwind clearance of Spring and Summer Suits at one-half their former prices. There were 751 Suits in the collection the Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Wickham, Alce and ether well-known makes, in a wealth of styles and patterns. The prices are very low indeed but 751 Suits is a geed num ber, and, although there are net all sizes in every style, we can assure satisfactory selection for men who cheese te-morrow. Come early, though. 3V-- Hlrawbrldte A Clelhler beqeiiA Fleer ka1 tf. .J.rf. j.'"'rjH Vu TvPI '.M '. ..nine T 1 '?J n M u IX T !' M I -Yl -rA, V Af XI .vi3fty .." jfrfettr'laj u ,Ah,!iWiji ,-f" "j