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After conferring all yesterday after; wen and last nlttat. the leaden Issued Jitatement which fellows, In part t ''The recent but unsuccessful attempt f the erganised Uauer interests te elect TcenSre's te nullify the Eighteenth Amendment and te legalise the sale of Wr and wine in defiance of the Con Cen Con rtMntlen of the United States, is the Mt direct challenge te orderly govern sunt by outlawed Interests ever pre Smted te the people of the United S. It means that this Natien rnnit cheese between law enforcement ..ml lawlessness, between the orderly DMCeM of gemntnent In securing, niletslnlng and enforcing law, and glv Ssf sanction te the indefensible meth ods of the liquor interests te destroy and nullify the Constitution of the umieu states. "Te enact a State law In- defiance e Federal law, or te repeal Federal leg nation necessary e eniorce me uensti tut Ien. Is as effective and ns vicious nullification as that resulting from or ganlted physical force." $20,000 BARN FIRE CALLED INCENDIARY lata In Cheater County Kills Pour Heraaa anal Burns' Steeka Anether big barn in Chester County, near Delaware County line, where morn than twenty farm buildings have been destroyed by fire within two months, went up In smoke last night, with a less of $20,000. Four horses were killed, Insurance Is about two-thirds. The burned structure was en the farm of Mrs. 8allle A. Themas, con ducted by her sons, Ksra and Harvey Themas. Members of the family de dare the blase must have been start M by an incendiary. The Are was dis covered by Samuel Kirk, a neighbor. nnd was first seen bursting through the root ever a nay mew. xne Dull In neon wm beyond saving. All the hay. corn, potatoes and wheat were destroyed, as was a large amount of harness, feed and implements. Fire men irem nest uni raeu anu Newtown Bquare responded te calls but could de nothing except te protect eons shedding. Speaker at Franklin Institute Dr. R. Newton Harvey, professor of physiology at Princeton university, will deliver an address en "Animal Luminescence" at Franklin Institute tonight, which will be attended by a large number of Philadelphia scientists. Following the address, the Heward N. Petta medal will be presented by the Institute te Dr. R. B. Moen, chief chemist of the United Statea Bureau of Mines. Silver Plated Platter This 16" meat platter, with well and tree, Is heavily silver plated en hard metal $16. Meat platters are appropriate for wedding or anniversary gifts. S. Kind & Sens, me chestnut st. DIAMOND MERCHANTS-JKWELERS SILVERflMITHa Clethes Don't Break the Man , Or woman either, if they mix common sense with clothing money. All apparel it "Sunday best" if it is regularly Herzetf cleaned. Our preceaa keeps you looking fit for business or pleas ure, makes clothes last longer, and, with all its advantages, is far cheaper. Wt have no connection with any firm of similar name. I. HERZOG & CO. All articles insured against fire and theft until delivered te you German town's Dyers & Cleaners 5904 Germantown Avenue Phene: Ger. 0391 WHO, WHAT AND WHERE By the Connoisseur rO MAKE a photograph convey the personality of its subject is the objective attained by Rich era T. Deener. He explains in an me essay aptly illustrated hew he tees this. A copy of this book, free V charge, is obtainable for persons interested in "Modern portraiture" V writing the studio or calling at UM Chestnut Street. AS WINTER encroaches, l thoughts of summer and its radiant fruits grew mere fatly. A gift basket of fruit, glow, ingwith all the splendor and color and fragrance of the outdoors, is a K"ent tuitable for any occasion. Hallewell's, Bread and Chestnut streets, specialize in gift baskets of imt and guarantee perfect delivery Whin a theuiancbnile radius. OOTBALL, afterward tea, 4 ' wen dinner and theatre, preb suvver: Hy I ike HAfJief smrvstm tomfertabU (U -..,., it. wine or touring ear that will carry exactly as your own car would it, even te preienting the same mart appearance. Call Baring rvj-ii Cvnn9ham Cab Company, tourUeY f' dePendable fflent, ftliM9.MSdepend for their U 0rtwnev largely upon the i...- a1 f. the cutter and vol vel eaitZ. A,et,mnalv trifling detail of rfiiV fFw a the "polished Mle eh imparts te stones Z"n0 it a sparkle net otherwise obtainable in tram FinUm. ij.j fl w " "" aeie. B,diande are el T tLTEX bifocal means a mar U veajpftr made one - piece lensT The upper part for dis tant vision, the lower for reading. The peculiarity of it is that where the two strengths meet is invisible te the casual observer. Wall & Oehs, Opticians, 1716 Chestnut Street, among ether things, specialize in the perfect fitting of these lenses. T J NVSUAL and smart hand II made and hand-sewn shoes for men are procurable from ClaflWs, 1107 Chestnut Street, for the exceedingly reasonable sum of tH.SO. It must be borne in mind that these shoes are the finest it is possible te produce and the equal of custom-made shoes, which can only be gotten en order, taking consider able time. These shoes are in stock and made in black waxed calf, also in tan. F A new gown, suit or any gar ment or, for that matter, any textile used in decoration, cur tains, draperies, laces, etc., becomes spotted, there is no need for worry. Simply telephone, write or call en Barg's, HIS Chestnut Street; they will promptly fend for the article and return it spotless, clean and ex actly like new, ryEFORE matinees or the game, h during shopping time, time off for luncheon en the Balcony in the Hetel Adelphia, ISth and Chestnut Streets, is an inexpensie way of having a luxurious hour of intimacy with the stimulation of delectable feed and meaningful music, C WQWSre in color, se intricate in design, of such super-fine MStv are RV4 Kashan rugs, very few are produced. They art V- 'JVSVra ntutm uvL. i- n Ji"' j i"-.-t.A JUl hu Frill A FRum u fuz imuurint u v- -nr "T r-"-i te ! tArd K?-"fSr ". Pari. import, street bii Afitnut Strut, raid this utsih art featured se low . Strawbridge & Clothier Stere Already Tkranged" With Gifi Seekers Anxious te Select from These New, Complete Mecks . ,.........itsaia-aisisssSMSSaBMasSaMBaBaSaBaSaM Ia-j. a M m - We Have Already Sold Twice as Many Overcoats as Last Year Time te Begin Your Christmas Shopping A great many of Mr customers arc beginning their Christmas shopping. There's a real advantage in starting early net only in the buying of the mere practical, useful gifts, but in the selection of the nov elties, the ornamental things, jewelry, stationery, leather goods, etc. Our holiday stocks are practically all ready. Many exclusive sifts) or novelties that come a long way or that have te be ordered long In advance, will be sefd out before Christmas and cannot be dupli cated. Besides, there' are numerous opportunities every day for picking up appropriate gifts at less than regular prices. Buy New, Pay January First . If you have chart account here, all merchandise pur yiased from new until the and of December may be paid for the drat of January, 1928. We are opening many new charge accounts every day Women's Heavily Fleeced Tep Coats at $35.00 Werth Nearly One-Half Mere In fact, one-half mere la very conservative estimate of the value of these Coats, and thousands of women knew what it means when we announce a geed value in Coats. These are the soft, thick, woolly Overcoats for which every young woman has a special penchant this season; and they are glorious, the smartest we have seen yet; beautiful coarse mottled browns shot with geld or rose; rich, dark oxford; lovely light grays; mess greens and deep, gray blues all with the long, heavy fleece that closely re sembles Angera cloaking. Made up from a clearance of high-grade cloth, in all sizes, 36 te 46 make aure of your size early in the day, as there will be lively selling when these Coats appear. B& y Stnwbrldse A CWhltr Smd fleer, Onte . Notable Groups of Royal and Superfine Wilten Rugs This busy Rug Stere is ready with a complete assortment of these much desired Rugs, at prices attractively low. WhlttaU'a Angle - Persian Rugs 8.3x10.6 feet 1123.00; 9x12 feet $135.00. Superfine Wilten Rugs, 8.8x 10.61102.50 and $114.00; 9x12 feet 1110.00 and $125.00. Royal Wilten Rugs, 8.8x10.6 feet $83.60; 9x12 feet -$87.60. Extra-large Superfine Wilten Ruga 10.6x12 and 11.3x12 feet -$172.00 ; 10.6x18.6 feat $160.00 and $193.00; 11.3x15 feet-4216.00. Extra-large Royal Wilten Rugs, 10.6x12 feet $110.00 and $180.00; 10.6x13.6 feet $147.00; 11.3x15 feet $160.00. Sanferd's Superfl.ie Seamless Axminster Rugs, 8.8xi0.6 feec $49.76 and $68.00; 9x12 feet $65.00 and $65.00. gs BtrawbrUf Cleth!- Fourth moor, West Warm Blankets These Blankets are of fine and soft part-wool, and fin ished with bread double deuble atltched binding. In white with colored borders. Single-bed size, 60x80 inches $8.50 a pair. Deuble-bed size, 70x80 inches $10.50 a pair. Extra-large, 78x84 inches $15.00 a pair. NAVAJO ART CRAFT BLANKETS ARE LOVELY Very fine in weave, soft and warm, and in striking Navajo Indian designs $10.00, $12, and $15.00 each. Btrtwbrldg A Clothier AUIt 11, Fllbtrt Btrut New the Smart Sweaters for ' Women Butten up the Frent Ye old-time Sweaters are back again. New Yerk has given them reusing wel come. These particular Sweaters are belted, and have full roll cellar. Plain weave, medium weight wool, in black, white, tan, maroon and brown de cidedly geed looking. Price $7.00. Btriwbrldfe Clothier Aid , Marktt Btmt Fitting Children's Shoes Is Ne Lenger a Problem We Have Solved It There are certain fundamental truths about everything even children's feet. The thing is te recognize them and proceed accordingly. We have studied children's feet, and we have stud ied children's Shoes, and have reconciled the growing feet te an accommodating Shee a Shee that leta it grew and helps te form it en correct and nnturally shapely lines while it is in the forma tive state. Bring the Children te Be Fitted There your responsibility ends. Experts in the correct fitting of children's Shoes, will give you their most careful attention, and insure your children against future feet ills. Children's Shoes, sizes 4 te 8, at $3.50 and $4.00 Turned-sole Shoes made en the beat nature-shaped lasts; smooth linings, wedge heels. Tan calf button or lace Shoes with tips; gun-metal calf button or lace Shoes with tips; and patent colt button Shoes with tips, cloth tops, $3.50; with plain tees and white calf tops, $4.00. Children's Shoes, 82 te llt $3.75 te $6.00 Tan calf lace Shoes, Btreng welted soles, $3.75 and $4.50. Patent leather button Shoes, cloth tops, $5.00; kid tops, $5.50. Patent leather Ince Shoes with gray nubuck tops, flapper cuffs, $6.00. Tan calf lace Shoes with fawn buckskin tops, $6.00. Misses' Shoes, lVt te 2, $4M te $6.50 Tan calf lace Shoes with sturdy leather soles, some with rub ber heels, $4.60 te $6.50. Patent leather lace Shoes, kid tops, $6.60. Patent leather lace Shoes, gray nubuck tops, flapper cuffs. $6.00. Gun-metal calf lace Shoes, $6.00, Grewing Girls' Lew Shoes, $5.50 te $8.00 Tan elk lace Oxfords with rubber heels, medium or full tees $5.50. Tan calf lace Oxfords, shield tips, rubber heels, $6.00 Patent colt Pumps, one-strap, satin brocade backs, $6.00, Tan grain Bluchcr Oxfords with wing tips, full round tees, te be worn with woolen hose. Sizes 12 te 2 at 16.60 1 2U tniitUM SPECIAL tan calf lace Shoes with sturdy leather soles, s'lzei 8Vt te 11, $3.15; 11H te 2 at $3.65. Tan calf and gun-mete'l c3f lace Oxfords, low heels; sises 2H te 7, $3.95, . k "wywyg'' " wi attests ,95. -Mtki J. W Af T Prem which only one conclusion can be drawn every day mere men are learning of the extensive stocks and geed, all-around value presented by Philadelphia's greatest Clothing Stere for men. Nete wellit is by selling geed Clothing at right prices that this Clothing Stere has grown te be one of the greatest in the country. Illustrating the advantages customers derive by this Stere's leadership in the Men's Clothing world. Four Wonderful Groups at $24.50, $28.50, $38 and $44 The Overcoats at $24.50 and $28.60 are superb ex ample of value-giving. Huge Ulsters, Ulsterettes, and ' Raglan or Chesterfield models of fine all-wool fabrics. Many with plaid backs. Styles, colorings and sites for men and young men. Other; Overcoats of Trustworthy Quality at $19.50 Nothing "cheap" or "shoddy" here Instead, fine, smart, well-made Overcoat of all-wool materials in a number of sought-after shades. Belted all-around or belted-back Ulsters and Ulsterettes. Overcoats at $38.00 and $44.00 that rightly claim first place among the favored ones of the season. Appealing alike in atyle and fabric, they are worth many dollars ever their prices. A number of these at $44.00 are English-made, of genuine Scotch and Irish fabrics. ' Strswbrlds ClethUr Steend Fleer. East Give Men Silk Shirts Every man has room in his wardrobe for one or two mere Silk Shirts, and would be glad te receive several of these: Baby silk broadcloth and jersey Shirts $5.00. Heavy, flat weave silk broadcloth Shirts $6.25. Extra-fine silk broadcloth, white or fancy stripes $7.00. Heavy Empire silk bread cloth Shirts with fancy stripes and shirts of radium silk and crepe silk in a beautiful array of patterns and colors $8.00. Strtwbrldf Cletkkr But Stert, Elfhtb Stmt illir- A 1 di:i vv liner jjycuei jjuya jl,iiyc iu Wear and Parents te Buy Smart Plaid-Back Weel Coating Special at $3.00 Seft, warm, fleecy coatings the elect of the season for tailored top coats, here in the highly desirable herringbone weave, and in several of the best shades of the season, special at $3.00 a yard. Nete the width 64 inches; with no lining necessary, certainly this is an economical preposition in coats. Don't delay every piece is a beauty, but the one you might like best may go first. StMwbtMf a ClethUr AUI T, Ceatre This Stere's quality standard in Beys' Clothing meets the approval of parents. They knew that Suits and Overcoats selected here are of all-wool fabrics, made according te the best in design and thoroughly well tailored. Beys knew that Strawbridge, fe Clothier Suits "have a style te them" and that Overcoats and Mackinawa are smart and distinctive with cellars and pockets and belts that are just as a fellow would have them. As for values there are none better in town. All-Weel Twe-Trousers Suits, $10.75 A wide variety of colorings in sturdy suiting fabrics. Fer boys of 8 te 18 years. Exceptional value at $10.75. All-Weel Twe-Trousers Suits, $14.75 New tweeds, cheviets and hemespuns that will delight boys. Sizes 8 te 18. Special at $14.75. All-Weel Machlnaws, Special $975 Of warm blanket cloth, with convertible cellar, yoke and plait in back and a belt 8 te 18 years. All-Weel Overcoats $15.00 Of smart looking, warm coatings, with belt and cellar and wool lining 9 te 18 years. Weel Jersey and Tweed Suits, 3 te 8 Years, SpectaL-$10.75 FOR SMALLER BOYS Chinchilla Cleth Overcoats $1375 nicwoei, aiae woei-unea. in ian, navy Dlue, brown or gray. Sizes 3 te 10 years. Unusual value $13.75. Practical Tub Suits $1J95, $2M Sturdy Suits that will launder well, also Suits with washable Blouse and Corduroy Trousers at special prices. Sizes 3 te 8 years. IS )f Strswbrldie Clothier Second Fleer,, Vllbert StTf.t, Slit jBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBn 1 'sHBBrsW 'si HIBbV IHb IbbB sT7v raiH W $2.85 $1.95 $2.85 600 Morning Dresses All Queen Make, Under Price Four Medels, $1.95 Four Medels, $2.85 Queen Make that is the whole story in itself, as thousands of women knew. Se we suggest you make early selection, for Queen Make Morning Frecks at these prices are especially ettrnc- i,.c.Be uue uuunr eBviiitf Dn eacn, en some mere tnan tnet. $2.85 Sucn Morning Frecks ' are rare indeed at $2.85. A model of checked gingham trimmed with white poplin, sketched at the left. At the right a plaid gingham model, chambray-trimmed, Twe ether lew-waisted models equally amart. tive. $1.95 Tnrce models of checked 1 g i n g n a m, ana the style sketched, of llnene trim med with checked gingham. All are in straight-line effect, beau tifully made, unusual in design, and finished with smart cellars, novel trimmings and sashes. ere Sh Strmwbftdge ClethUr-TMrd rioer, rilbrt Strr.t, Wf it This Canten Crepe Freck, $25 Nothing could be mere effective than this simply draped, cape-sleeve model of Canten crepe, with a beaded panel ever each shoulder and a slender beaded belt, tying in Meyenage effect; and the quality ia beautiful $25.00. This is one of dozens of models, in Canten crepe, chinchilla crepe, broche crepe and satin crepe with new draperies, new beaded motifs, novel girdles, touches of creme net and lace at the neck, or with a bright bit of facing as their only trimming $25.00 te $47.50. Brown, cocoa, navy blue and black. Excellent Values in Weel Dresses, $22.50 Straight-line, coat and draped models, some embroidered in silk, some trimmed with novelty braid; ethers have the light facings; some have an unusual girdla or nament as their' one claim te decoration. Strawbrldc & Clothier Second fleer, Market Street Full-Fashioned Ingrain Silk Stockings at $1.75 We hove secured 1000 pairs of these Steckins silk clear te the tops, in black only, and in sizes 84 te 10 which we can sell at this low price, because of trifling irregularities. 5-: Stnwbrldfe A Clothier AM- 4, Centre In the New Easy-to-Get-te Tey Stere There are se many, many wonderful and Kiitiiii MnM see, one could hardly knew where te begin te describe them. T here .ions. are, just new, two outstanding attract! dear elu The first of these is Santa Clam Himself The same Jelly old bewhlskered fellow, who will be se glad te see again all his little friends of last year, and who will also welcome all the new little friends who were tee tiny te come here last vear SU0,?"1 " teU SanU 'H"' h,mN. what they want this Christmas, The ether is the wonderful collection of DeUs at Half Price Thousands of Dxjlla of all kinds that almost make a little girl' eyes pep out of her head, se lovely are they. Cuddley little Bab Dell, that can be dressed in darling infant.' clothe? Little G' a"nd th.TS Jnd clese.4 An'dT, S ji-uj w... ..... ... ir unv, grown-up ways, uella for babj for almost-grown sister 25c te $3,60. fltauur-Ttr tnssk, w no y and ' Women's Warm Bath Robes Much Under Price, $5.00 Hrf fI The two most-wanted kinds of winter Bath Robes at a worth while saving: Beacon Blanket Bath Robes, $5 SAVE ONE-THIRD TO ONE-HALF A manufacturer's sample line, only one of a kind. Net only are they delightfully warm, but each model is lovely in design and coloring, some figured or bordered, ethers in plain shades. Variously ribbon-trimmed, with novel pockets and girdles. Away out of the ordinary at $5.00. Corduroy Bath Robes Special at $5.00 WORTH ONE-HALF MORE In reSO. cherrv. wistaria, nnrl Copenhagen blue. One model KaBaV PMfsmBw .i.i.i .u epennagen blue. One model V sketched, the ether equally as pretty and graceful, shirred ever the shoulders, with a yoke and wfth set-in sleeves. Beth stvl.. 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