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Mr. Zlecler, n former member nf the Itennl of Director of flip Alumni Se ciety, ha Iippii porrp.pendins with the officers p4 the orKitnirntien in resnrd te GenornrVVeod's return te the I'tilted States te tnkp up hN duties ns the i new hend of the 1 nivcrsltv of Penn sylvania. I The telecrnm. transmitted from Ma- ' nllla te Seattle, nnd ent thenee te Dr. Henry Is ns follews1 ' 'Just returned from eight-day trip evtr Island with General Weed. "The Terl he is dninc here in health, anttntlen, llnunen nnd ndminlKtratlen In magnificent nnd of the utmost Im portance both te the Philippines nnd 4&UIC1 n;. iic ih Hem in jne nignesc ( enicem ey every one here. A hen jeu rcallze the nltie of the contribution lie has mnrlft te mriliUni? n tintlnn nn.l i-n- ' Adjusting ponditiens you will net re gret the delay te the university." I Dr. Henrv, discussing General Weed's return tednv, said : "A statement recentlv appeared in the Philadelphia papers te the effect that the American residents of Manilla resented the action of the trustee of the University in urging General Weed Te name n date for his return te America in the face of the great obliga tions he has uudertnUen in the Philip pine Islands. "As a matter of fact the date of his return was mad" In Gtncial Weed him celf and the trusters luue ") two ic ic caslens extended the leave without nnv quibbling wlutever ibeut the date ac cepting th une prope-ed l t. i seceral " ' Genral Wneil is expected home !' the first of the new jear PATERNITY CASE DELAYED BY QUIBBLE ON ATTORNEY Trial of Peulln Was Originally Scheduled for Today Seuth Bend. I ml . Sept 1 I (V. A P The s'um.s nf the rise nf Harr Peulln. cnik,: .ilesninn. ch irged bj Mrs. Jehn P T rp.tn. wite of , N'ntr'e Dame law pr"'e r with being tl.e father of h"r m:int son, wliidi was originally eh ii.ld te be heard before Justice VI Helunki here tednj , Is In abeyanee with nel'l.er the Justice who will decide the c.T-e rer the exact date of the harlng settled upon Prof. Fley 1 .Telll-en's action yes- terday in aking a n-cend change of ' venue from Jutiie Wjpiszynski. te whom the cae had been turned rer Tucsdaj. ii responsible for -he -itu.i-tlen, and a demy i new deemej rr tain, with the probability that n local lawyer will be agreed upon te hear ii.h case. If an atternev is net asr"d upon the case, which his attained nation wide attention Wti-e of it., strange domestic tangle is epect(d te be pirnP'i ever te n uistiep of the peace outside this township. miss cather7neperter is marriedin paris Daughter of Mrs. Jehn Biddle Per-' ter Is Bride of Army Officer j Miss Cutlieune Uusli Pertir, daui;h- ter of Mrs. Jehn Kiddle Perter and th" late Colonel Perter was nmrritd is- terdaj in Prance te Lieutenant Paul Mnrthelet, a Preneh Aniu eilieer. m terdinu te i(l ricencd here ted.iv The cereiuem took place in the Ile'y Trinity Chun h, in Paris Miss Pertei h,ii a member of tl.e, Ameripnn It, d Cres.s durnie; the war. nnd served overseas In March, 1920 ' hha returned te 1'rnnce te help in re- i constnictien nnd ulief work Ter her bravery us i Kid Cress nursp under fire she was awarded the ( reK ' de Guerre bj the French Ueirumiut in '. May. 1021. I Mm. Cadmnn, widow of the late I Kishep Cudmun, of Maine and Mr-,. I Kred Fenrinc, of i.i'-'O De L,lnp place, Philadelphia, are sisters of the bride MAN HURT AS CAR HITS AUTO Driver, Said te Have Been Intoxi cated, Escapes Injury Bmll Christensen, of Ise-, West On tario street, was serieitJj lnjund last nlftht when the car in whiih he w.is ridlni; collided with a trellev car en Midvale menue between Thirt) -third and Thirty-fourth street- The, machine was driven by Kltner Alexander, 'Mt'A Sixty-fifth nenie Alexander had a hearing this iunrnin before MaRlstrate Dern, of the Twen-ty-wcend street and Iluntlni-den Park avenue police station. District Sur geon Ki.il. testified th man was in in texlcatecl when arrested Al v.inder was held In S500 for n further harlng September US. Chrlsteiibeu Is in the Memerial Hoi Hei pltnl witu a probable fracture of the skull. noxious gasd7sturbs CITY Fumes Cause Discomfort te Pedes trians in Twe Sections Twe sections of the city were per meated with noxious gas of unknown origin that caused pedestrians consider able discomfort last night. On Walnut nnd Chestnut street, from Twent. -second street ncresi the Schuylkill te Thirt) -second street, the strong fumes) assailed the nostrils of many residents and trellev riders Passersby In the vicinity of Itrend nnd Oxford streets experienced the same irritating odor. The smell reMinbled that arising from sulphuric acid or diluted free chlorine. Funeral of J. J. Heffernan The funeral of Jehn J. Heffernan, clghty-sU eara old, who died Tues day, will be held at S:!0 Seturday morning from his lata residence, 2204 "West Lehigh avenue After n selen.n requiem mass at the Church of Our I,ndy of the Ilely SeuU at 10 o'clock Interment will be made at Hely Se pulchre Cemetery. Mr. Heffernan, who spent all his life fc Philadelphia, was one of the first members of the Illessed Virgin Mary Sodality of St. Patrick's parish and also a number of the Hely Name So ciety of St. Columbus. Mrs. Hnry Hcffernun, te whom he was married in 18.17, died in 1015. He is survived by three, sons, the Ktv. M. P. Mefternan. of Ilroeklyn, N Y. ; the I Iter. Jeseph A. Heffernan and Augustan Ueffernan, rind three daughters, Sister M, Ilea trice. O, S. D,, who teaches in tjM Sacred Heart Convent at Camden, end Ml.es Ida B. and Johanna Hef ,- , vrne's Tetnt faveiiitet T. It Rtty, or Watt of Onnellnv Allr. or Andy. Cm O'Flai or Beeb McNultt It makri no different, really, for they are HI there every Humtay. Where? In the Cemla Bupplement of the Sunday J'CBLle Latxjia. "Make It a Habit." Ad. 2 "Cubist" In a Tailored Spert Shee for Fall Black Scotch Grain ever Pat' nf leather or Dull Calf. Alie in Brown Grain and Calf i no Walk-Overt are supreme in Walking Shee for smart fit for comfort for terries 7 te no 1228 MARKIT Harpers Wakver .022 CHESTNUT SHOPS v A UPS 1 Wfi fitfy r A u m ar- m ws r .Haaaa ir With the starting of the Frankferrl L' en November 4 land raluet alie will t'art upward! Get in en the ground fleer. Buy at YOUR OWN PRICE. 316 Building Lets at Absolute Public Auction SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 Caster Highland Cniter nnil Cottman vrnnra, ,lnt Ahete Canter Circle en Itneneirlt IleiilrTaril, en Cnater Airniip Illsb-Sperd Line Connect Ins AMth rrnnkferd "I.." Sale en 1'rrmliri, LOOK AHEAD Own one or mere of these valuable lets at Caster HiRhland ONE FARE te City Hall nnd C9th and Market Streets; en Caster Avenue high-speed line from Frankford "L" Near Roosevelt Boulevard, Frankford High Scheel and Sears, Roebuck plant. Within n short dis tance of Rhawn Street, Rising Sun Avenue and main highway te Trenten and New Yerk, and en high ground in dry, beauti ful surroundings. SEND FOR MAPS AND PLANS Alibsrl M.GffeenfaeMc&a 15S& & Chestnut Sts. APPERSON MOTOR CARS Handle this long car as easily as a short one "With a wheel base of 130 inches, the Apperson turns in city street cr country read en a radius of 19 feet, plus two inches! Yet this is no mere remarkable than many ether basic Apperson features. This fine motorcar runs and rides as easy as it turns. Fer Appersons have been adding speed, comfort and stamina during mere than 25 years of careful development. Eighty miles an hour for two thousand miles the world's record was recently achieved by an Apperson. Speed with safety, stamina and endurance, are established Apperson qual ities. Let us demonstrate them te you today. Seven dbtinctive body type. Prices range from $1610 te $3695 at Kolcemo, Indiana. Excise tax is extra. APPERSON BROS. AUTOMOBILE CO., KOKOMO, IND. APPERSON MOTORS OF PENNA. S. W. Cerner Bread and Race Streets Direct Factory Branch Locust 5167 "A BUSINESS MAN'S 1 N'P E S T M E N T" Rectangular Bracelet Watch Made of 18-kt. white geld and fit ted with a dependable jeweled movement, ribbon wristband $45. These rectangular watches arc net only attractive, but dependable timekeepers. S. Kind & Sens, me chestnut st. DIAMOND MnRCIIANTS-JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS Spanish Omelet with an extra saver Sauce for Spanish Omelet needs the rich flavor of Frenths Mustard. Ne ordinary mustard is se useful in cooking. This special blend comes from an experience of 86 years of mustard-making. This Spanish Omelet recipe is only one of the many in the little booklet of recipes that is included with the bottle and paddle in every carton of French's Mustard. French's Mustard Thli li the muitatd that li feed In feed I well aien foedl MJt enly h Th R. T. Frttuh Company Keehtiltr. N. V. Philadtlphia Offlet 213 Se. Frenl Stmt JlUTi LLl M" .igTy-i-1 ! Si LUi LUiT 5T iiiiiijli September Started in With a Rush at the MARKET STREET BEEF CO. which 'c hope te maintain all during the season. When you buy your meats from us you can depend en them being the best and the price the lowest. Lean Picnic Shoulders ! 12c Br Roast Beef, 1 5jL All STEAKS (well trimmed) 20c lb. Fresh-Ground Hamburg Steak. ..... 3 lbs. for 9Cc Finest Beef for Stewing ' " Finest Brisket for Soup, 6 lbs. for 25c City-Dressed Shoulders of Perk 20c lb. City-Dressed Fresh Hams 20c lb. Finest Country Scrapple, just made, 3 lbs. for. . . .25c Lein Yearling Lamb Chops 25c lb. Rack Yearling Lamb Chops, 2 lbs. for 25c Rack or Breast of Milk-Fed Veal, 2 lbs. for 25c MARKET STREET BEEF CO. 5221 -23-25 Market SI. 5937-39 Market St. Open Every Friday and Saturday Evening te 9:30 o'Clechm ASCO ASCO liiiiiiwrHiirariiiiiiiiuuiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiwiniii1 1 in h' ffinwjiii KNIT JACKET $H50 2-pocket model 4-peckct model $8.50 It's a Tem Wye The ease, comfort, and warmth of a Tem Wye Knit Jacket in vite you outdoors for walks or rides. . "Without a coat you have shirt-sleeve free dom with plenty of warmth. With a coat you nor ticenobulkiness.bunch ticenebulkiness.bunch ing, or binding. The Tem Wye Knit Jacket is a garment that gives pleasure in its at tractive appearance and comfort in its warmth. Twe styles in beautiful Scotch heathers. Iaokfer the Tem Wye label. JM H ft I f V r s- rA-U I Ylj .aaaW BmBa?SiF5'WWP'ltV;"","--- f MWftf Wu ' i iiimi i Rebert Reis St. Ce. Diitributers New Yerk City (?TvvSrl , aaaUavJaaaaaJaL aiftUaiBHUHL BMaaaaaaaay JBLL JBaLaaafc VWal J ASCO ASCO 1l!irinLIII!IllllilIllllltimi!lllffliimminmiiiiiiini,,,,S..?..P The Little Mothers of Tomorrow With the ending of vacation days, we are always glad te welcome back our customers who have been away, but one particularly bright feature of September is the returning of the little folks. Every day, after school is,ever, OUr OtOrCSMrO unglUUIlUU uy HIC muRmui uj. uiu w"i.ii willing nj BHep joy their mothers. Fer even the little tots appreciate courtesy and service- and in our Stores, we accord f.he young folks the same thoughtful consideration as their elders. After all, the little girls of today are the home-makers of tomorrow. Best Granulated Sug ar f Grape jam J r20c S N. ) Chocolate Fingers ,b 29c c'. Butter Crisps ,b 23c Very nlce for the children's recess. ntt-.tte California c" Peaches ...." Rich, luscious fruit that fairly aelta in your mouth. 23c . 7c ( Grape Juice V Pint Ol- J (CbrnFlaftes) WJM Rich Creamy lb 25c Aged enough te give it the right "snap." If you like jroed cheese, here's n treat for you. Reg. 45c Breems ratt 39c Reg. 60c Breems eBtte 53c Reg. 70c Breems eut 61c Geed streng: brooms that both sweep clean and last long. It will pay you te buy new. Chaie-O Laundry Crystal - 3 plcga. 10c Babbitt' Borax jSeap ... big cake Sc Rime (took clothe clean) ... plcg. Sc Waahing Seda 3 lb. 10c Yeung' Seap Chip ...... pkg. flc Fcl Naptha Seap --.--. cake SHc P. & G. Naptha Seap - - - . cake 6c Atco Ammonia --. bet. 9c Ace Bluing ..-. bet. 7c Yeung' Seap Powder ...... pkg. )2c Reg. 21c Galvanized Pails Cut te 1 Qe Chloride of Lime - Iniectine .... Putz Liquid Pelith -A-l Llq. Metal Pelinh big can 10c . - - can 12c can 9c, 16c can 10c, 14c Shelf Paper ..--.-. bundle Be Carpet or Matting Tack ... pkg. Sc Dutt Bruthea ..... each 18c, 32c Scrub Bruahc each 10c, 14c. 17e Reg. 6c can Babbitt's Cleanser Cut te 4 cans for 17c SknMaia (Seedlessl?disms t.p3i5f- Zentencr mUkExtact ifiei. 10?0O9. Aace 'EakirgPwder , &5?yfl7 Geld Seal Fleur 1Mb. bag4.QC5-IbBag,22c There's no doubt of the results when you use a geed flour like Geld Seal. Fancy Yellow Onions 3 lbs for IOC New crop. Sound as a dollar. Just the size for creaming. btk$Beax) (jGless Starch) ( Napkins ) ifjmTlrifBy 8 ea IWtfNJSguV bottle "Taste Tells" Mayonnaise 22c Se geed yen can cat It with a spoon. PICKLING NEEDS i" Rlne .de 7c A.ee WD. Vin,g.r.....Pbe" I2c Ace Cider Vinegar. bet 16c A, Creiind Splcea can Sc yfiite Pepper, Red Pepptr. All Pice, Cinnamon, Yellow Mustard, Ginger, Nutmeg, Black Pepper. Aace Whole Splcea pkg Sc Alltplce, Cleu, Cinnamon Stick, Yellow Mustard Seed. Whole Bleck Pepper. ' asce Hair Nets aft !aMaf 5ctr ea. numan hair, niack, Dark Brown, Med. Brown. Wu Brown, Auburn, Blende. ln lslblc. The last word in bread bakinrr is our niw lnnf Bread gy Extra big leaf bupreme Wrapped in waxed paper. It stays fresh. 10 c Three Other Products of the Victer Bakeries Victer Bread (IWnlnr pan leaf) gc Victer Raisin Bread Ie,f 10c Victer Whole Wheat Bread IO"f 10c llb lb 48c The finest butter In America! Tante ltt Richland Butter Fnr creamery prima. lb 43c Selected Eggsdez.40c Every one guaranteed. Geld Seal Eggs J?rtelvef43C The nick of the nests. 4Swem mttaigg3qiwwa $CD Cei lb 29c Try a cup of this delicious y-uuvv. leu-u taste the differ encel i$fSR3&h Irl 1mtMT1I' if vwtil M IffsxAg Meat Specials Asce Evap. Milk M. 5C 9C OSCQ Teas '4 1b pkg 12c v, ib. Pk. 23c . ib. Pk,f. 4Sc Flre blenda of quality. Oranf. Pehe, India Ceylon Old Country Style Bleck j.j Xm&pdtliK Fer the Balance of This Week CITY nnrnQCT nn King8 Hams ib. 23clPorltC,10PserRoastib.28r 'l btlecteil Cuta lb Ofi JV FRESH-KILLED MILK-FED POULTRY ;$ Chickens SBS; ,. 3SC s NAT1V dppp " Tbick End O A I Beit Cut. Stud- OO n Lean .... t RibRe... ibZuc,nRibRe.!b28csrPB,ef lb 7cirn.:B,e,h ..Ch5c Rump or Round Steak, 28c TASTY SOUR KROUT v. . J These Prices Effcclive in Uur rhil-dclnih nnd Camden Stores and Meat Markets" Itmmillimilil.l.NlltllltlMllimillHIHJlimiimm ...i. , W IlllilllPlllllllll!! Jl ilI'l'IIIIIIHIIWIftl IB iiiiiiiniiiiifi,!,,,, ,,, ACpn --. i,; imsniiiiraiii';1;ji,1 " " a i'n 'II IIBIJIIIi'lKIII Hill lliimii'MII'B'l! ASCU i -.