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W ran ffW At-:n '' Vt " i " . ' EVENING PTJBEId. lEDGEBPmEADEIPHIAY .TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24 1922 id. 'W M1; ';i i CALLS PEGGY BEAL ACCUSED OF INSTIGATING MURDER (MISSING WITNESS FOUND IN r O'CONNELL MURDER TRIAL f Cashier Who Saw Weman Flra 8het Located In Baltimore I Clptclanil, Oct. i.'4. (H.v A. P.) jAVIUInm II. Cenkllii, Hip State's "iiiIps Ii.b" wltness In the muidpr trial of Mis. Mabel Clminiileii, ulll arrive here (IppIiii-piI he hiiw Mr Clinmiiten flrp three shots fielll u reeler 'he cull-eeab-il uiidi'i her coat fellow Iiir a qmirrul between O'Ceiil.ell ,iiml MlH. Chainpleii'H htihluiinl. . Ceiiniv Prosecutor l.riwnril ('. Htan Htan ten, baslnit IiIh l.rinclpal hope of eon een eon vletien upon tlm ex-cadhler'H testimony, er-lerul n L-lty iletPi'tlM- te Ilultlmeri) te E NEARJURY SIAGE Judge Tells Them te Decide if Klan Had Part in Cam paign Costs leiate Cenklln, wi.e nan eniy n'reiiu.v I ieceeied fiem a nirlrnl operation 1 there, and today terelved a wire from " ..i.i .. i....fif.. i.. i il,,. f1rtfilivf Hint be weulil lie Here 'm'B lOinOl-IOW llllll. ll.lllllH'Mi; ." ivn.ii. in ,. ,,,,l( the fatal Nhoetlmc of Thomm A. O'Celi- lenwirn neriil l(k Ith ( eik In. ,,,.11 ,.,11'iilvnl iii-oniefer of New lavcn. When the selection of a jury was feiiklln, insider In the rest a tun tit ( one man were tentnthely tvciteil in Hu nt the time of the killing, ii Mild te htm- Jury box. '. " ,rr LAWYERS' SPEECHES TODAY fnpTTJ i MAYFIELD HEARING VERDICT OUTRAG f ' v' f. . A , Mether of Slain Man Says Ac quittal of Nurse Is Travesty of Justice 'DISGRACE TO KISAS CITY' The nrt!ltt'il r.f "I'ecsv" Heal for alnUiiK her "lerfert lever," Prank Vt'atren AmVi'Min, vvns rnlli'd nu out eut out Tflpe ntul n trim-sty of justice today by Mri. rie'n Andersen, of Colliti!nvveod. N !. millir of the dcitd "" Mnrlc li. "lVcw" P-! wus -l--flnrtI net KiiHty by u jury In Kiuimih City aficr ene of H'P shortest murder trinlH In the lil"tery of llMmtit. The sole tridence for tin' defence wax u list of imnipii. ostensibly In Antler- jeii's linndwritinR. J "IVecv Heal deliberately killed my h,,r " hiiIiI Mm. Amlprsi.il. te whom , l'ninillttnl Piimi! "" f'li miecK Her r'.U'W 'lie M.ITered lust ....... "lien Andersen wni !mt te deutli In a bt"frlK,1iik Hint vvlie miide levi- te ti .... iw,- v.nn il it te Frank nnd "" m in -"M l.lel siuml.t be li.tV;.!' f"r Hfe. If ""I crPUl"l.' b" wiJ. I .,?' knew wlmt the Ifreple of Kims-is - of. TllP U'Mli't elIKllt j te them, H 'm lllill I '" :-- tf I'. I,, urn t 1 11 K UK Ol . l. .. .Hurt-nl'l- te tlll'lll. I m iM .. .,. )u l..,.nil l Mr. AmiPro... " ... ;. - i I'll! llllll i-d In ' In n Knnsns City (.metery. hvenl ill" plans te lnvp the body remev a rpineten iiimi n.-i.-. fnpi'd llfi'i ii......" lii'iii. n I iirer. I ... ,. ,l ,,.,., ..tinUPO I cin iiiiiiiiimm. ......... r ini! te li'-r fi'i-t a- iV yidi.T was r, i. hst nUht. Mih. H.'.il llimiktil th.. tn'rv 'and :.-m tf il : "New I am reiih; stnv il-'it Iiitp I" Knii-im ity anil .vni.t. ... ....... ... ' .. -- 'IVrrp Haute nml miiUc tiwi lint.. hns 11. 0 jroe.1 ll it'll' for till""- ,. . Tin- eurt erdi'.il wns rem.ia-ativrly b.l..f. Tbi-iP v.i-rc fpw ivltijps-ps. im.l th(. tpstininiiy was ndtliii'i'd s'"';ilih . , Sin- tool; tin1 wltni'ss-Htniiil. palllil ami ntivmiH, mill Hip Htery of the lioetln i nas iliawn from tur by tin- iitterni'js. I.iirpil te Hetel ... ...1 . .....nlinrt ... lln.tr.ll Cl I ll elll I 111" iirii in.-.-. "". " '....."... . Mis. r.c.ii. ii ? j.i.iiiii 'imm ?.m '.:-,' - t '. 'tivam. mirm eiuij; dheiTei'. leluted ALHI-: TIIOKXTOX Aii'iim-iI. Willi OrerL'i' Clint ami CIi.uIps Seiilliiin "Dnrp Devil ClineCaseMayGe te Jury Tonight In ehroneloRlcnl euler liieiilrnls of their RKvoelntien wbii Ii termirated in her fatnlly ulumtlni! Andeisen ami serienslv wniinilltiR hci-Belf in a room which thev cciipieil i a local hotel, .limp ,',. lie lined her theie, .she said, with a premise of innrrlaRi'. She had been renilliiR a pnssaRe In n rntiinntle novel in wiuen a woman union liei lever. She Hhet Ander.sen as he , , .. lnv upon the bed and turned the re- ' C'eiul.iur.1 from IMae One velver upon heiself, sciiiIIiir a bullet told ('line about the scene slu. had i Inte her bre.iHt. I kitnc"cil between Mrs. Cline and Her- i r.ie'te man., him before he left Dajteii ' murder. Hine then turned te hts wild mid I told him I would uie him my i nml Mild, she teMilied : iiiiMu-r in June." 1 "(s d, the wav miii tipat ine after Tube ulie visited linn la Kan-as ,, , ,;" iMim. theii ' i-i. 'i ,. ...i . h, l,t,.l ulmii. 'all ! ve done for eu: l inn tiien Hie' triiL'Hh" occurred. She asked him told Onirics Scullion ti. re upstairs te liiiiru her. she mi id. "I was nearly and Ret a Rim. hut she did net Bti.niiid uhen he told her be eelllil lilld ' feme back with He RHiitnds for divorce, she said. r.f Hie murder of J.trk IteiRiii. Him actei. I'lietmjraplieil en way tu ceuit house iKieiupuniril by the privm m.itreu upstaiis te Ret a Run. at the same time i. ijiiiR te ltetRen, "Let's re upstairs nml fisht it out." Thej. IlerRen and ('line, went up stairs, the witness dei Inn d .Miss Thern. ion said, lieiReii rei'.ir up tlrst. M.e tillle and then one shot, ami tin AnecMcd Vms C'erskana, Te., Oct. '24. The in junction Htilt te bar permanently the name of Enile 11. Mayfleld, Demecrnlie ..--. tieininee for United States Senater, , ) f i em the November ballet. w-an nrarlv I j te the jury stupe tmla. Plaintiff at- i terneju still lind two hours for iirRtt- ' inent. te be followed by three hours by 1 the defense. ' JiiiIrc ScarhreiiRh, In bis clinrRc te the jury late yesterdny, said that the 1 biiidvn of proof rested en the plaintiffs. ' The Judge, i tiled that the jury answer i several ipicstlens, among them: "Did Unrip II. Muyfleld knew of any e I peases of bis eampalsn beliiR paid by ' the Ku Klu KlanV" ami "did llaib , II. Miijlleld, Hen C. Uichaids, Jr. (AliUlleld's caiilliainn manaaei I. or D. 1 K. I.Mlay keep and piescive repefts of nil iiieiieyri received and paid out by them in the uiiiipiiIriiV" and "did the total campniRii expenses exceed MID, -000 V" New Oilcans. La.. (Vt. 21. (P.j A. P.) tiiefRc 1". S. Peddy. IloiiHleu Inw !. lest his lisht before a Federal tribunal here ve.iteidny te force Tcwh , election efliclals te place his name en i the Nei-ember ballet lis a 1 nlted Slates (Seiintulal cindidite iiRiilnst I'ailc It. May lipid, lleimienitle neinliiee and al ii. Red Ku Klu Klnn .andldate. , Tluei JiiiIri,., lompesiiiR the tilbiiiuil te be tr the cise en trniisfcr fiem the 1 Pele! til I'liiiit at Mobile. Ala., idled 'they .re without jurisdiction, that IjuIiir the euh point censldeied. in pieseiitlliR their case atteitn-vs rppiceiitiiiR the Puldy fiuiien read :i t'deRfiiia 1 1 run It. II. Creamer. Teus Kcpiibllc.iu leader. statn.R that he had leiehcd a letter lrein TieMileMt llai.l Ii.R !u which the ehiet eeeutiv" had eimmemled the lteptiblicans of Texas for "niilliiR iiiilependeiit Deiuei rats in coalition iiR.iinst all rieuiiIiirs and (hiK-i's attendant upon dntatien nin tnin te Amerlenii idealy. They dei'lared tlrit May field was net the eindidate of the lletueciatli' l'art of Tpmis. but of a faction nuiMiueiail- iiir iimii-r the Riiise of the party m Fer the Engagement Tne Wadding The Anniversary ! IP Peris Hi end Strret wwsw -s- 'r i r in rv c ra w New Yerk Walnut Street leji 1 he Suites e.ie was nieseuted b I Attorney (Jeneral KeeliiiR, his nssiftant. L. (' Sutten, and Sicnt'it. of State Staples, They emlemlpil Hint Peililj had lest his llplil as ,i l"imlill''nu nom inee whin he eted in the Democratic primniy in .Inly anil aiRiinl that Hie lieatil a later Hewn t nine downstairs and went points of equltj had no jtiil-ili. tlen ever out tins trout uoer. political iisiits. 1 BRAND STUDENT WITH ACID Be- SCHOOL DIRECTORS MEET IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY Te- "De as Yen Please" "I n&kp.l him wlinl 1 was reIiir te. de," she told thp Ceuit, "and be sJld: I 'De as j en ltasc.' " Sue nsked him wh he' boil seunht her lee .mil he' answered, .she declared. "Hecnuse 1 mu ' ee lilm anv nrearnis. iiien Cline shouted nt HerRcn: "(Jet out of my house nt once. IlerRen then told ('line te come out side as be bad seiiicthlm: te tell him. she tpstllieil, but Cline told him if lie had nnythliiR te s.e . te say It there. "All women me I can' m the vvi.nl he ..sol." she snid P.erRcn re- Pcace Overtures New Made tween Warring Colleges Annual Convention Will Start Les AiiRcles, Oct. 24. (Hy A. P.)- day at Norrlstewn The fear cvpiessed by Ijnujt (', .Moere, ' , ,, , dltccter of the I nnersltv of ( . iillferiiui. j ,.,. . Ml ..,.,.. (,, s-i,ni ilnvll." ' ,..( ...1 She said that she could net lec.ill ( nn np htalis and wp will fifiht nhoetiiiR him. but iPinenibered shoetiiiR ;t ,ih man te man. (ied will judse herself. ibetwien us," she s'lid ('line answered. Srnte attorneys bianded the thirty- n. vi,i i'i,ki.,ii.M tvo-Mnr-eldnurseu "Tl.uMn." Thev, Ileus Shet I stahs the fact that a copy el The men weir- upsmus jus, ,, ,,. iM.-iii- Illee ltiiirenL-lis' nil... ites. she snid. when she heard a pnlllled te "Tlilivi'i." noel. was found in the room where tar sliniitliic took phue, eniMied nt a j ace slidwlni; a woman beiiiiniR ever her shun lever lenkliiR at a bleed-dripping ilnsei. This th" (entended, was evi-ei-iiip lh.it Miss Heal contemplated the Minim;, and bad net, as she mild, coin cein mittnl the ci line ill the bent of the p.isshni uC spurned nml betrayed love. Tli" defense ceunteied with the eh.irRc tl at Andeisen, . 1th his list of fifty cou ceu pi'i'ied hear', was a "sheik" and be tuner. Miss Ileal, in her own behalf, told of hr rel.itie.is with Andei-seii. Ilei levij fm him, she said, made her place faith in Ills pietnisp that he would diveice b s invalid v. Ife and wed her. When she southern lu.inrli, that the uvalry lie-' twpen bis students and these of the I'nlveislt.v of Seiithein California iiiiRht : psult In serious outbursts of violence, led te a renewal of peace everttucs ntaeiiR the students by elhclals of both imtitutiens tetlny . The newest eutbieak between the schools was the scUiiie of a student who was tied and branded en the feiehend with let' -rs of the rlvul s, lioel. Acid wiis used. Last week In a Rpneial melee twenty students were injuied. tnl I.11..U l.Iiiv kI. kiiM. In, l.ilil liei-isne (ll'Mieil i i..i. i..,.i i i i ..i.i.,,..i. net iiirniiy i ' ii i inn ru in-t'ii iiiiini i- i. iiii nu 11:11 I l.ilir sln lenrned this le be irtitrue Main times the nurse bieke down nml vept hltterh as she jeld of her triiRlr .e anil Ith en.liiiR. She denied the f-'ate's 1 Iniiije that Andersen was asleep when hlii shot lilm. ROONEY IS' NOMINATED noise nnd a shot, iind then IlerRen enmc hliimblliiR dewiistitiis wltn mi mum eliiMicl te his tide nnd went out. "Wliv did ('line re with you te the backwoods of New Jeisev te find out MiiiPthliiK nbnul his wife wlihli be could have learned In New oil;.' (an veu rxplaln thalV" n.-kid Piosemter Ilart en (niss-PMimlnallen. "He told me he had nsked Mrs, dim. te re with us. and that she did nut ebjett." snid Miss Thornten In n low lone, nun we weie in puuiic. Her voice utcame fainter as I prosecutor (entlnued nuestleniiiR and her eyes weie 11 lied with teais, 1 then, was a firmness in her answer Big Growth In Manual Arts IturlliiRten, X. J.. Ott. 21. Manual nits instruction will take an incieas iiiRly impertiu.t place in public si hnel education the net few jenrs, Weslev A. O'l.cary, Assistant Comniissienpr of laluoatlen, told several bundled In In In stiuoters nttendiiiR the HiirluiRten County TeacherB Institute .ves'uday. the her but lis that she was s elliR ( line 1 the man whom." the pros- pp.iter aeeuse her. "jeu nail tern 01 his wife's unfaithfulness." "Hew did ou phi) this spin the bottle?" asked the prosecutor. Iiuers ICnJey Theatre The twelve juiers, six of whom m vvdiiipii. weie Riven lenvenieiit quarter. In the Mansion Heme, dliectly ncres-, fimn the (ouitbei'se. and weie taken FOR VARE'S SENATE SEAT' t'"1 '"!," in-t mtsht. nmi. it was . leuei leu, iiiii'..i-ii i i i-mi nu- 11. -.. r WIJDNKSDAY CANDY SIKCIAI Brazilian Caramels 69c "" Club Breakfaitt Platter Luncbeeni Dinner, 75c Alie a la Carte Service 210 S. Bread St. Cimnti Direeteis Association, bus i.sued the i all for the annual meetiin: of that oiRiiui7ntleii, te be held at Norristevvn today. It is expected Hint every school dls tilet in the county will be iPpri'SPiitel. SpeakfH will include Ames II. Sehult Woni'stei : IMvviml II. Pblpps, Whit paln : A. ll. Kia.vhill, supirititeiideiit of schools. I'ottstewn; II. O. Deitiich. siiperinlendent of schools, Noiiislewn H525E5H52Sa525E5E5E5HS5i!5ESH5?A LOOK at'eur ADDING MACHINES before you buy All Plaices, Lewest Prices Kl COLLINS, 831 Chestnut St: R1TZCARLTON HOTEL ANNOUNCE An Extensive Showing of Paris Reproductions EXACT replicas of the original models imported from Callet Jenny Lan vin Wirth and the many ether famous couturiers are ready for immediate selection. DAY FROCKS Three-Piece Cos tumes Tailleurs Wraps Coats Dinner and Dance Gowns arc repro duced in a manner truly French. THE Paris Mede in Hats Broad Bread Brimmed Velvets Venetian Tricernes Dirccteire Bennets are reproduced in the Gidding millinery workrooms. I HE Separate Fur the Short Fur Walking Ceat the Luxurious Wrap of ermine sable broadtail are evi dences of the winter season. Fhenf Walnut 3173 pbH5HH5ara5c5c5HScJcj25H5ESH52S a. V I rw r Democrats of First District te File Certificate Today Democrats of the Pirst tlistiiet last r.i;:ht nnininiiteil William , Itoeuey. of the Thiity-slMh Waul, for the Vnre seit In the State Senate. Mr. Itoeuey was the candidate oppesiuc Senater in two yiars iire, and is well known I 1 Hi" district, c l.as been iisseplated l,ir several jears with the rmeiRenc.v I hel Coipeiation. The nomination wa1 made in the City Ciiniiuiltie heilrpinrteis, Eleventh and Walnut stieets, and was unanimous. ' 'minium Lank called attention te the iiiiis.s-iiiecHiir in Scottish Hue I lull nu fie eveniiiR of November .'t te be ad- lim.eiH nftei they had been deleted. The jminRi'st member of the jut Is the foreman. Mrs. Susan Si)Uire. twenty-live yenis old, a steneRraplif 1. who is nu empleye et the Iter,;en Coun ty Tuben ulesis Society. The Hist of the thirtv-feur Jurers who weie exam ined, 'lie was aecepted lmmedlatelj by both the State and the defense. The ether live women are elder iath"r Rinve, determined InnkliiR weimii, almost Rrnn, with neHiinc f weak clemency or indecision in (hi 11 expression Women en juries in BeiRen Comity is the usual rnther than the unusual thliiR, nnd many of them take up their lUlien 111 ine rui.i-t win. u.e iiiii.iuariM De net threw all the burden en your salesmen pave the way for them with direct advertising. Office Sank ,acs MANN'S Fine Writing Fluid 90c- NIMI M IT mixssa 1 laronH-empaaiVJ 329 Market Street) )rf-,t'il ) Jehn A. AlrSe.n i.iti and IiIk. ,.:.i. ..i,ii, iAl. ,.,..!. 1 ni,ir .... .. ,11.1, M , ", .Willi llllll il ini., itiui fi.iv Wf it inru piiRUPsnn the state ticket, and urseil rnK or 1,,-oem or. in the ense of Mrs. that the ard ( enimlttce take action Snilire, pound the keys of a ty pew liter. .. ..i-in,- ,i-, nu.i.ri-. Ilfti.n mm n wnlnen fliim men urn in. several te- Terhune, a The Helmes Press, cPrinien 1315.29 Cherrv Street Philadelphia U, I flK'll IIHH I- f'llll I. lid II III' 11 lll- eperts en registration were teielved paneled en a speelnl jury, mid sev 10111 lepreseiitutives el all wauls, who'.if these excused fiem lury services fi sain their was a healthy sentiment (or , ,i,.v. 1111 nna them Henriette tne State ticket, ami tie n.eilictlen was ...u,,..., ..,1,1... ,,f n,n, , n,.,, 'i.,. made Unit the city vote for McSiiariati lnit,..'s l,r liuen ,lnt.i, in'rv service llllll presidential vote. ,suei October -1. I "Hut women aren't always capable of seiviin: en Juiles," said one woman. '"I kna's 1 couldn't have .erved en this one. Mem I metheis who have sons 1 couldn't acquit Cline, because they would be tblukliiK of their own boys nml svmpnthlze with .lack IlerRen, even tlieiiRb he did betray another man's wife. "And thej luven'l alwavs Ret the balance ami emnium seme either, V added another fiankly. "Often thev are Just ns ciiiiahle as men. and I think they should have women 011 jurhs but they might te cheese th in ciiefully. ' The ihief witness yesterday was County Deteilve Nathan Allyu, of HeiRen Ceuntv, who tcstifkd te a Ktale- 'incut by Miss Thornten piier te her tu rest. 1 linn nole, taken al the I'eit Lre Mi-s ihointen told met .1.11!. lieiRi'ii nheut two yeais ni:e 011 his twenty -third hlrtbday. He took ine mil that evening. "Oil AllR.lst -" (ienlRe ('line lts c( me te eime ever te his house that ulRht. lie said lle.Rcu and Cbaries Scullion would be there te talk thiiiRs ever. I crehsed the fury that ninlit with Upi'kcii. When we went Inte the house Cline b.iid, 'New, Alie-, tell your story.' " Miss Thornten, nccerdliiK te the wit ness, then reluted hew she had told of the relations between Ilergen unit Mrs. Cline and said Cline Bent Bcullien i weu.d eipinl the GIRL SCOUTS HEAR GUIDE Clarice M. Warren, of England, Ad-1 dresses Vlllaneva Oroanlzatlen A'i,s Chuii-e M. Waireti, Olil (iuide riiiintv secietaiy. of Siuicv. Limlaiid, talked te the Vllltinevn Olii Sieuts 1 nheut the wav tliluxs aie done in hci ' leuntiy. I he councils n-e nut nearlv 10 I.ii-rc ns they ale in Auieilia. she Jid, ami the end 111 view Is campiin., without 1U -st aid and ether fiuttireti that have been adopted In this loiiii leiiii ti.v. Tlie (Jni (iuulc iiieveiueut started III I'liRlniid m HHd, while the (ilrl Stouts niade their debut In this country In I'.MU. As the KiirIIsIi ale a Rreat out door ticimlc. the Ctrl Cuiilcs i,.,i nhket, iimndes, which Is 1 pi-lmitiv'e ! Hetel, Allyu sai fm in nt baseball, and ether Raines in him "I liist mc 1 lie open. Miss Wniieu will spiak squill to te 1 -in at the Philadelphia (iiil Sunn liindqunrteis. Move Made te End Lynching The Alltl-LviiehiliR CriiMideis met In't nlRht in the Allen A. M. P. Church, Seventeenth and IlniiibihlRii trcets. te open a enmpnlRii IiiivIiir as IU object tin. PlillstiiiR of 1,000,000 women In the effort te suppress lyueh- inc. When thn wills of rich men arc read it ia invari ably found that much of the money wai invested in Centrnl Reel Eitnte. This holds geed all ever the United States. Why net invest in Central Real Estate :n your own city? It it safe and it ia sure, tee if you buy rightly! HEYMANN 8: BR0. Real Estate Hevmann Builduif 213-215 S. Bread St., Phils., Pa. We're all geared up for j Fall outfitting I Biggest showing of fine I ready-te-wear we've ever j had. , Rogers Peet clothes ex clusively net a suit or overcoat of ether make in j our store. i Finest fabrics! ' 1 Highest type of tailoring! j Prices exactly the same as in Rogers Peet's own I stores in New Yerk. Wherever Well-Dressed Men Assemble in the business office, at the theatre, in the restaurant or at the club you will find that Jacob Reed's Sens' clothes predominate. f Tf opportunity offers, make n test of this statement we are qmtf confident that you will find it true --the only condition being that tlvc men include only these wh.i are really well-dressed. Quality hats and furnish ings, tee. FERRO & COMPANY j Rogers Pcet Clethes Exclusively Chestnut St. at Juniper s fm lliu,- r-uy. M Prices nre $.10 and Suits or Tep Coats,. $50 qualities are vnlues. upward for either The ?40. Sir, and extremely streiiR JACOB REED'S SONS S424B42& GBaestsmt Street .i' pW J? I I ii! . ii u i n at.-....MV.JWJi f "Great Stuff! But Yeu Ought le See What They Have Inside- Our big windows stores in them selves filled as they are with Wonders in Overcoats are only a demonstration of our thousands of fine quality Suits and Overcoats at our Super-Value prices, $28, $33, $38 and $43. We urge everj' prospective purchaser of clothes no matter vhere he has been in the habit of buying te Loek and Compare! I' KRRY'S A Tremendous Collectieu OF HANDSOME WINTER OVERCOATS And every individual Overcoat, whether it's a handsome Plaid Back at $30 or a Crombie Mon Men lagnac, made our way, at $85 is priced en our Super-Value basis. Loek and compare! Xe man's se wealthy that he can wear a finer Overcoat than our Crembies. J. & J. Crom bie of Scotland are uni versally recognized as the world's leaders in overceatings. Rich, vel vety fabrics, in the most beautiful mixtures and shades imaginable. Our Super-Value prices for Crombie Overcoats be gin at $53. Shep around and see what ether geed stores are asking for Crembies! Are you thinking of paying about $35 for an Overcoat? Don't de it until you see our splendid Ulsters made of standard Regan Over Over eoatings at our Super Value price of $35. Handsome fabrics in Cambridge or Oxford Gray or Brownish mix tures with beautiful con trasting Plaid Backs. Loek and compare 1 Rich Germania Beaver with a shaggy fleecy fin ish, tailored into big roomy stermers and Raglan shoulder ulsters. Quilted ' satin shoulder linings. Harmoniously blended plaid backs that you will like te lay in side out in theatres and public places. Our Super-Value price for these particular coats is $53. Loek and compare! Try te match them else where I Here's a beauty that will appeal te hun dreds of Business Exec utives. A Standard Ox ford Gray Conservative Overcoat, lined through out with Silk ; Velvet or Cleth Cellar. Fly front. All sizes up te 52-inch breast. Our Super - Value price is $33. Loek and com pare anywhere and everywhere. One thing mere! With cheap clothes we have no concern. Se matter hew low the price Ihv quality is fine. Don't ex pect ordinary clothes, colorings or mixtures. Make a personally conducted four of our marvelous Overcoat showing. Se with your own eyes what our Super-Value policy means. PERRY & GO. 16th and Chestnut SUPER - VALUES in Clethes for Men sxivsvemai iel'su "I i T? e -0-S- ' $?V 2L Wise Acre "Old Tem Wil Wil eon tuld nu- this is the way he picked his iu He spent si Sunday afternoon watching thorn take this hill. Well, it seems te me he didn't make any mistake biivinj.; that Moen." Puces (P (). II r.uterv): 5.111.-., sir,!),',, NITS', sisr, MACKIN MOTORS, INC. J Tav Vn i riti f it I'm i bi N Bi' ' Strict I'll, nu PepUr 7MS Lit i'Uy Kenin, Op n Lw iru,H Moter Cars. The car of ten proven units Allttierizrd Dvalurs Kirkpai'irli Heyler 1331 ii in r.t United Service Moen Agcy. 410 Ci iimn s Weslmi relard Moter Sidci Cq. ji:i .s in 'i Jrhn A. 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