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Officials of the National Aeronautic Asociatlen and ethers of national fame, in aeronautic cirrles were among the NEW ELECTION CALLED TO SETTLE PENNA. TIE VOTE Barnett and Sprewla Expected te i Run for Senate Again HaiTisburf, Dec. 20. A writ for a special election was issued yesterday by L. E. Beidlemnn, Lieutenant Governer, as president pre tem of the Senate, for the Forty-sixth Senatorial District, comprising Washington and Green Counties. The election '.will be .(held January 18 and it is expected the candi dates will be these who had a tic vote at the November election,! James R;' Mar nett, Republican and "Prohibition candi date, and Geerge II. Sprewls, Demo cratic cnnddnte. This will be the first special election ordered because- of a tie vote. In the Washington -Green district, the Barnett-Sprouts vote was a tie, but the Allegheny residents of a portion of r combination school district, located in Washington and Allegheny Counties, also were permitted te vote in the Forty-sixth District contest and they gave Barnett eight and Sprewls nine votes. It was believed several days after election that Sprewls had wen by one speakers. Archibald Black, of Garden City, N. X., chairman of the nutlenal JJjtc. but the matter was carried. te the association's committee en a safety cede .7 "n,nn V""nty Leurt, vvh en hti for the maintenance nnd eeulnment of """. w.m,c. "'" P?" n of Allegheny Ceunty'in the school district was a pert en County se far as school airplanes. addrened the meeting en ,'ri!i . t-...n.. A.i.i. in... ....!.. i.!.. i....... ei v asalnst with sIMps ' nnd borough taxation Is concerned, it iuc necii et iieitic located en tne $1 4 NEW YORK'S CLUB. X(J? LIKE HOTEL Timtea NsrsS.tkwssO INDIVIDVALITY aWpecTJWIWt PEERLESS Sedan, 7-psss.; difficult te discern from brand new: clean as a new pin; tight as a drum. $2250. GIKARD AUTO CO. 2314 Chestnut St. CVSc!sl!s 1 nlruajs Is destined te beteine n serious matter te every large city, he wild. "Se method of transportation which eilers ni'arb three times the epeed of the fasti st railroad train with safety and hut sliglith greater cost ran long remain se little used im the airplane of today." was net n part of Washington County nor ei tne senatorial district. That decision created the tie. SSW FOR CHRISTMAS AND AFTER-A SPLENDID GIFT, Desrrlbes Landing Fields I Arthur nalste.id, of the Bureau of Standards, Washington, spoke of land ing fields for all tpes of machines. , Captain Bunlette S. Wright, of the Army Air Service, showed the new I motion picture. "The Medel Alrwny." i Tentative arrangements were made 1 for the formation of a Philadelphia bu- ' reau of the National Aeronautic Asse I illlT"jL?fi fceJ I BBT.a - I SONORA HEAD QUARTERS far E. A GERMANTOWN DAVIE3 PHONOGRAPH CO. ?k.y-0e " Yerk 4231 Oermantewn At. .Wbite Reck Water, 100 pints, f tier cue 16.S0 J 'C. & C. Gingtr Ale, 5 dei , J3T i"s tK cut of O'Keefc'i Imported Pile Dry Canada Ginf er Ale, ' tacnifiT elation te be made up of representative " DU5 i from the IWrd of Trade, the Chamber of Commerce, the Engineers Club, the Manufacturers' Club, the Aero Club of Pennsjlunia nnd the City Government. The organization will urge the estab lishment of an airport in Philadelphia ' te accommodate land and sea planes and provide mooring mnst facilities for all liehtf r-tlian-nir craft. , Officials of the National Aeronautic Association who attended the meeting Included B. II. Mulvlhill. first vice' president in charge of the organization; ' Cenwnv W. Coeke nnd C. T. Ludlng Ludlng ten. all of whom made the trip from Legan Field, Baltimore. Jeseph A. ' Stelnmctz, president of the Aero Club , of Philadelphia, presided. I .ni imiaur euim lOnerj ckaaa aau. EUGENE M. GOLDMAN i.e. 623 SOUTH ST. Opt EvtnlkMt ryCSk 9'j-ei. bettlti, per cut... fTinr Sifted Pen, Z dez., per 9.00' 7.50 J Dtl Mente Coleittl Green Aiptrarni, 2 dez., per cue. 11.50 j fWe will attend te del for MI AS. tFelixSpatela &Sens WheUitla Orecery Sept. 1222-24 FILBERT ST. PHILADELPHIA. PA. B.U phone: Spruce 0359 X.ntena: Hce 65-35 W&&&S& 5a WMnieHuin oner, itaa a at C MYERS F. HALL, Inc. 2626 GERMANTOWN AVE. EASY TERMS .dlQIflirmiMIIIIIMIll Open Evenlnn "IWIIIMIWIllWllS B3T 1' H Jd SSsIIIbb1 kW ! JBS.i.aaSBT iBkaeaawl aSk..aBF Make Very Appropriate Christmas Gifts SPECIAL riIN DARK TAUrE 27x(14 S2.60 HK.lI-r.KAOE AXMINSTKRH 3T54 82.00 up 3UxG3 9SJSO op FINK AELAET nilib 22l-J0 s:i.2.'. 27 xW U30 nuxnn 7.2.', FINEST ntLTO.V VELVET lit OS 22x30 94 i.Ki 27i5J .75 ;iOx(l.T S9.&0 wm MMmL LOI RUG MILL? Jup.r and Orlaus abort Cambria St. Take Reute 3 or 1 te Cambria St., or muuferd "L" te Sem.net St. SU.. and walk ena louare aait te Juscr St. aad 2 nuuei north te facterr, 2330 W. ; 10 mia. ride. Osan Men.. Wed.. Fri.. Until 19 P M Open Sat. and Other Sara Vntil d P. X. Lakehunt Visited I The meeting was preceded by an all day trip e the naval air station at 1 1.akehurst. N. J., where thirty-five members of the Aero Club and the Soci- ety of Automotive Engineers were en- talned by Commander It. D. Weyer backer. The visitors inspected the hangar, which is the largest in the world; the mooring mast and thcZR-1, t new under construction The ZK-1 is the tdster dirigible of the ill-fated Zrivl, built in England for the United States Navy, which col lapsed en Its trial trip a jear age near the River Hull. The former craft. .V0 feet long, is slightly smaller than the ZK-2. which was mere than 600 feet in ! length, but is sturdier in construction. Six 300 -horsepower Packnnl meters, ren,ni.Bnlinti lh Inu, .kahI L nlH.l.ln ' I'ligines, arc being installed in the ZK-1. FLAGSHIP CREW TO AWARD XMAS GIFTS TO ORPHANS rEstey Service is as supreme in I SONORA I Talking Machines e- , is I u as It is in Pianos, Players, Re producing Pianos and Organs COHVEXIEHT TEEMS AUBANOED ESTEY COMPANY I lEstey Hall. 17th & WalnutaaU Christmas Dinner Will Be Served en U. S. S. Wright Deck I nn; erpnanen cniinrcn will be made happy en Christmas Daj by the officers and men of the newly commissioned I flagship of the Atlantic aviation fleet, the U. S. S. Wright, new at the -Philadelphia Naj Yard. A Christmas dln- - i.i. .. - i.i.i i - s Mall Qrdar. nilad. FrM Aut. D.lleerr , tan,nPnt w 111 be provided for the JOUng- I sters. . Men of the crew, under Captain W. ' I K. Ciierardi, made arrangements te 'entertain twenty -fie children from tha S.utliern Hume, at Bread and Merris ' streets, and a similar number namei? ny I the Catholic Bureau, at Seienteenth und ' Vine streets. Christmas morning thev v,il be formed In a group and taken te the deck of the Wright. Dinner 'will he served in full nnvv stjle, with turkey 'n eerj thing, lit 1 o'clock. The men of the crew gave $350 te provide toys and clothing for Christmas gilts ter tneir lime guests, a irienu from New Jersey sent e er a big supply of evergreens and holly for the deco rations, and part of the band from the V. S. S. Belief will spend the afternoon aboard the Wright te furnish the mu t sical end of the entertainment. A Levely GUI for Htr Hamilton BracaUt Watch 17 Ja welt, Fully Guarantee! $50 Wait. Geld. Ckanniai Dtiiia. GlI Selected .Vote JJeaerved Until ChrUtma Charles Muth & Soot Jtvtlert Diamond UercaaaCt C.lamhla At. at tTth St v. e vl.uti mi Me. SiM 8. Elthth Bt 'Optn Eetnlufi till Xmai I?adiantfiip HEATERS All heaters connected, rendu te use at your home or office by our competent men. $12,50 $1 8.00 Regular Price $55.00 Xneludtua Solid Tep '" ' FIT 1 $39.50 M, $39.50 Pres Connection Enanel Pan.l. Pan and Breiler Win. Akers, Jr., Ce. I0th & Filbert Sts. Cash or Deferred Payments aaVfesV. BJSBaw i 1 TNItlNtTftUMtNT OP QUALITY pne Xi CLEAR AS A. a. 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Visit, a Senera dealer prices te suit all $50 te $3000 i Dealers Everywhere' ' SONORA" PHONOGRAPH COMPANY,Inc. QEOaaB E. BJtlOHTSOM. Frlimi New Yerk 279 Broadway -WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS I Senera Company of Phila.. 1214 Arch Street k LAST DAY! At one o'clock en Saturday, December 23d, this Big Christmas Offer Ends! , Lv,sOlL ! CIM UW aiaaaaaiaiari5aBe.aa-J JJ ) SI&) Tree Lighting Oat- (& fits, $1.25 up Jjjj IJvjaj All imperfect Mazdti P&JA wi- bulbs renewed with- "nrii)) i out cost. jJI j V&J Imported Bronze f$(yi i W)A Torch liahta. dell lamna ill JjCr glass nlyht lamps. ,JMr (ul LT"t,'Brids A JJ AsSbBtaCD Boudoir 41 lln wt a studaut CJa) JL VinS XeadU B II Lamps X ZKra Boudoir Lamps, 1 1 Klg S2.S0 up (J; hL Open h'vcrv Evening a InfjeitftHtskTMl MANTELL IN "HAMLET" Shakespearean Star Seen In Famil iar Rele at Bread Bread As the second performance of his engagement of Shakespearean and classic repertoire, llnburt B. Mantell last night presented his familiar char acterization of "Hamlet." The dis tinctive thing about this star's por per traal of the Melancholy Dane Is his honerous and cxpnssive reamng ei tne lines. Time and repetition have net I dulled the artistry el Mantell s per fermances nor the quality of his cle rutlen. The best performance of the sup- i porting cast was the Laertes of Jehn Alexander which reached a fine climax in the w-'ene nt Ophelia's grave. (Juy . I.indslej Is new pliivlng Horatio and ' his performance is one of suave and pleasing r-moethncHS. Ynughan Dcering is an excellent King and Henri Buck ler endows the role of that meddling old rJMMl I'olnmetis with a geed leaven of comedy wlilcu helps make It real. Genevieve Hamper's Ophelia is a thing of frail beauty and Agnes El El leott Scott, ui the Queen, rises te her big Mcne with Hamlet in commend able fashion. HOLIDAY RUM CARGO SEIZED Heek Liquor Captured Off Sandy Valued at $500,000 I .-vrw aunt, j-r .ii. an ocean going imr' luiii'n uiui lUiiu cases ei holiday whisky, valuul bv prohlbltleu officials nt $500,000, was captured In side Snnilj Heek last night by former submarine chaser Hansen, of the pro hibition navy. The prUe was said by Zene Chief Ap plebj te have been ene of a fleet of ruiii-smuggling craft which left Nassau, Bahamas, three weeks age und has been off the coast outside the three mile limit waiting a chance te run the Christmas blockade. The seized vessel was towed te quar antine, where customs guards took charge, and the Hansen raced bnck te the Heek in expectancy et heading off ether rum-runners in the waiting fleet. OTHER LANDS AND CDSTOHH There in be cernere et the glob, where Ml ! Ill I. Mil I t 1 Bill I till ll ' 111 Pla- ' t 4 .ill i qriectric --in iii t v i w 111 V -i ' llv V T . illl) V ? 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All beautifully with strong, even stitches is te belt regulatins put the material upon the machine, press the feet controller and watch the machine de its work swiftly, noiselessly, without jar or vibration. Come in and see one demonstrated, Let us show you hew wonderfully it does its work and let us also explain hew simple ..and convenient our easy-payment plan makes "ownership. . WiUeax& Gibbs & III 1709 Chestnut Street JJ Courtesy Phene Spruce. 2192 Service After January 1st our new address will be J 131 Seuth 12th Street Will four family : be independent? 'TpHE establishmcht of fam ily, independence is no mere a problem of making money than ei keeping it. The past months have taken from many a man wealth that, placed in trust would have endowed his wife, and assured the educa tion and comfort of his children. An "irrevocable trust is a means .whereby you can place money, and property beyond the reach of your personal business fortunes, and safeguard the future of these who leek te you for protection. ' . Under this arrangement, you wouled'Bct aside with this Cem pany, as 'trustee, sufficient se curities te protect your family. We would undertake te main tain your principal according te whatever instructions you gave. We would invest and reinvest your funds according ,' te your expressed wishes. We would pay out the income, and ultimately disburse the princi pal, in any way and te any person you' directed. We shall welcome an oppor tunity te discuss this matter with you. Come te see us, or let us call' en you at your convenience. Philadelphia Trust Company 415 Chestnut-Street Bread and Chestnut Streets .. (e);r. T. Oa.' v" i Hi mi r 7T St.ftj. -i w M ttHW-ift-i y?A Ai; &i M