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Atnnv ej ffce Pep-itrtr Trnns'tJintiMr rfr a,X)j in ... rB eft WEST INDIES CRUISES &l Premier Steamer In the Trenic ANTJC .'in. Jl Feb 17 Mar N. Y.. PLYMOUTH. CMEHDOORO. ANTWTItr JMtOONtAND Dec. 81 Jan. 87 Mar. 1 .ZEELAND Dec 30 Teb. .3 Mar. tl FINLAND Jan. e Feb. 10 Mer. U iAriAND . . Jen. 11 Feb 2 Mar. 31 Plin.ADEl.PHIA ANTWEHP . JCahopae ...Jan. 4 Hurenlaa Jan. 1 B AMERICAN I.IKE '. Y. TO HAKBtrRO va PLYMOUTH AMD ' cutupouae MAJICUURIA Jftn. .4 Feb. . ONOOLIA Jan. 18 Feb. Si 7MINNE. A1IDA f31 C'aat) . Jan t Mar. 1 ' PKiT.AriEi.pm. HAMunne 12abepac Jan 4 Mnrvl'"' Jan. T StriUng Remance of Rite and Fall of an American Family and lis Comeback THE HOUSE of MOHUN By GEORGE GIBBS Auther of "Youth Triumphant" and Other Buccutet Copyright, I9it, D. Applcten A Ce. Are Flapper at Bad at They're Patntedf Are ' JasT'Bega Alt Llmbt of Satan f ATT ANTIC TRANSPORT 11NE Alae Tlremin rMrrT.anrt.rntA i.nNTiev Klneurl Dee 80 Man land . . Jin. itni.i ann.aMFntPA T.tVE PHILADELPHIA ROTTERDAM. BWdenifr'' . .. Jan. International Mercantile Marine Ce. 118 STEMEnB 1 838 000 TONS . Paatenr-r Ofle 1319 Waliut St rMta. Irelrlit Offce. 40I-A14 Deune DUi Ph J, CUMARD Iane ANCHOR l,nm N. V. te Cherbnure aed Southampton BERENGARIA Jau. 2 Jan 23 teb. 13 AQUITANIA Mar. 20 Apr. 10 May 12 lb ""' tuuii-r. kiiIi lui'J A it N. 'n I'lrimutli, I'lieii rv n id llainhurir ANTONIA Jan. 31 Mar. 14 EAXONia . ..Jkeb. 1 'Apr. 4 I. Ilnllfaa. V. V le Cobb (Qntrnatenn) an I Mvr'rieIl CARONIA . Dc. 30 ANDANIA (new) . Jan. 11 Feb. 10 Mar 19 ALBANIA .. Jan 11 , .. -- AUSONIA (new) .. Jan. 87 Fib. 24 Mar. 24 CARXANIA . . icb. 17 Mar. 24 Apr. 21 hall" fren Ii'tnn N. Y. te U nclen.lrrv en 1 (Jinngmv. fiATURNIA .. Dee. 28 'Feb. 23 COLUMBIA . . Jan. 13 Feb. 10 Mar. 17 ASSYRIA ..'Jan. 27 Mat. 10 'u llnllfut (MEDITERRANEAN AND EGYPT CARONIA (10.000 Tem) FEB. 10th Tnh luiurlen and papular Cunaro tail fr the plcluren pirta of the world winter plavgreumt te the rerrantlr euiinjr Mediterranean Shere excurMena at Madelrm, Olbraltar. Algiers. Mnnaie, Genea, Naplea, Fhalrrnn Par. Constantinople, Alriardrta, XIalfa Niplen. Sei jreur fxx-Hl n'VAItn Asent or write CCNABD ti ANCHOR STEAMSHIP LINES fastenrer O'Hce, 1300 Walnut St PhtU. Frelahl Offler, Benne Bide . Phlla. WHO'S WHO IN THE STOITC nihiRRY HOB US, up-te-date alrl. rch and charming, at once irritated ami attracted 6 . , DA VIU HASaitUB, lieung American tthnolegiit and tear veteran, amaxea ly change in mannert and cuttemt brought out by the war, hut inter ettcd in Chrrru. Hh modest unei are invented cith her father, Jill MOIIUN, a telf-madc financial leader. Toe huty te thin!, of An children he leave them te UBS. itOBUS, ic10 ha turctfifuU'j cultivated the lectul tide of Ufe. BBl Ci: COU'AS. a motorcar tales man, of cave-man type, of tchem Cherry imagine she it enamored, BOB MOlll'N, ten, i a typically reek las youngster. QLOltGti l.YCETT, elderly cherut, nhilotephizna a the ttery develops. JOBS VIIICIIBSTBR, vhem Mr, itehun would like te call ien-n-laie. "Ik It Any Trouble Yeu Are In?" CJHrc nmtlc a motion us though te rl-je her He teemed new te Imvc himself mulct iierlect control, but his gore had net (or it moment left his wife's face P5rrinMft Dhn irnMinf.A.1 tlrAMftth ftnil lirpl.- Thnr fAtinrl if Aiif ttiln nsr.i.ntnw . . .. ,... , . i.. ....ni.i ceunicc. He wnnte te ee mitewn with . Oh, Ged!" nut ms nnnu i. u "","7 her, but fihe insisted en going nlenc. A motion from the mnn at Cherry's . sue uae neuceu in uumi-i. " . , Hide. Sounds In hm threat tluu rencti- .ini! fnit in f.ii touch a different mean- The Heuse of Meliun tiens of Alicln's words. Chcrrv sew in;. lie .. nearly ery much dis- ) n,Prry . djd net knew hew he nlnn j h ote.cn W n d -tn,Wln iuii"'. .. , .... , K"i i" reucn iieme wmi a manner 01 i.r f'HMi.n. nimn n.iti. ...e ti. -'.. anmnth nr 1 e that I've cot n..,,..ni ., 01.- -l Air. (.nicliester came with me te ... . .. , rw... ;. ------ - - r- - vv.i,.iiiii cuiiiiiu-iui u, euu in uuc W'k TDOYAI jrvMAILJL "The Comfert Reute" EUROPE New Yerk ( he rnenne Southampton llumliurg nnrtl"V.V . ..Jan. I0 Feb. 31 et. II OKIIITA .lun. II Mar. 14 Mar .' 0BC. . .Mar. 31 OHIO . Apr. 21 WEST INDIES Twe Crutera dc Luxe J.I.N. 21 IKII. 2i The "ORCA" 25.500 Ten Diipl. Larceit. newest anil meat luxurleja ehlp ensafreil In iat Indleu crulfe ralllnf? at Nasiuu olen llarbnilew Ha'na La Gunru .Marttnleue, Klnaaten Trin idad, fet fiemni- San Juan and Iter muda. l'.aies H.TO up BERMUDA Twe dn' aall from N"W cirlc lirirT! jreu te ceril bnthlnz lertiei aermpil by trepica' i-un f (ennle fl'htni. I'j'itlal Transatlantic Lln-.- "ARAGUAYA" w.soe Teai Diipl. Salla Everr RaturJay Ne l'nirt Kwiulrnl Tk. ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO HANl'KI'.SON & fir V l.'r Airente 21 UruidhX. N V or Jural acnt te Tte jChewV Won't u alt "X Zn : t?rtuV m.n I 7. J I SHCTS &? t a moment?" , jet uus conacletis that in the mbwny ', 7. a rplnnv B?L mmintnnn'-' fnre 'fnl il! .oeb' Him""0?' &l T WV0 "T !, ' " "heuSSnd " "clun. rare al'Hiy into oe(riinf ni iuch ns usual the cellar advertisement of nnrr.n,it.p MArefvec"n inth 'iVt ', I'0 ; w,I,hthe "'u-colered hair, pnAria ank heavily into a chair as 1? nnv trouble tint Cen are ln, j tc toeil ethertNcmcnt of the fried eps Cliicbetcr spoke In carefully modulated n,( ... .liKiT the .'a.m w.h,cih 1,ml ".lunJ,, 'l01 tenc-i, "I wni hoping you'd grant me D"iiu thhffleuUy of ti-HinK ou. t? "PPftwlng te her en the wn home the uriMlege of helping ou. 1 want it- IT.Ji . i " nnch oltnew from ,,i,wn 'own "J" the ethers of 0u te hnew that any influence that I l,,Side 'P-.e cashing machines, of eteckings i p05,es. Mr. Mehun. In keeping thin I juit .found I oil. .hi ra't'W " '" f underwear. The unlnn-IMeiMe inntter euiet la entirely at neui Stf KTa-was-: ffl. VLSSft & SSMKUSI-'-i: uew "If it's anytliin; that I can d she said ccntlv was conscious of nil externals nml vet her mind hammered persistently at "the 'one n.ime Beb, Heb, Iteb. Her brother Of What Permanent Benefit Is Your Salary ? 4 Interest Allowed en Savings Deposits Only that portion which you save will benefit you per manently. Adept a plan of systematic saving and stick te it Our Savings Department is for your use te this end. Its influence is assisting thousands te financial independence. A cordial welcome and every banking service and facility await you as a depositor. y National Bank with a Savings Deportment National Bank of Commerce 713 Chestnut St Nathan T. Folwell. President "Ne. It doent concern m. "? he had been mica a lovable boy a about eme one elce emethlnK 1 heard IluIe bIleiiC(i ,,(,rhnpq, but without real re.'.n-,P.V,"'!0 Lcctt 'Imrm i him iroed loeklnsr 1- "Oh " l,,,u l.. .... .!. in .v.. !..: i i. 'Oh He hesttatel a moment, t ill poking awkwardly at the t.r.ivcl with h'.s urn brel a. "Harg it all! It's hard te epeak. Yeu Lnevv, Cherry, that I wouldn't in terfere I mean, vim understand, den t '"'X1 "Si, .' f ,,;Tif 'ddn1 '''' ''- ' burden mer think tbatjeu ought te knew bc Lppt frnra him, IIew c0lll() h, A hundred confused neughts pa(-cd '.,., ,,i, ,i,., hit,,,, .! i through her mind, but hIie hat no- wetmn dissimulate with mere skill wajs immaculate like the boy in the cellar mlvcrtlbcmcn. Heb! Ner did she knew hew che managed te join her father at the dinner table without betrajlng her cecrct. Ills newlv found assurance and his cheer mere s she .......... ..-. .- ,.,,1,1-1 euinin iiisNiiiiuiiiic wuu mere bkui ti.mlehs w.itchinB' him, mere troubled mn wen Wfant cherrv Kfemw, ,0 nccJ nu)n. u i t,ii ,,,,-itr ,,n'et was time In which te think and "Then tell me. he wld 'luietly. it ,nn Ani, s0 ,, nn (ffen Umt wn 1 OUKUV te biran PRISONERS SEND FLOWERS TO WARDEN IN HOSPITAL Inmates of Wilmington Institution Pray for Plummer's Recovery Prisoners In the New Castle Count Workhouse nt Wllmnlgten, Del., Kent large bouquets of flowers today te the warden, Meidecai S. I'lummer, who lb ill in the Delaware Hospital. I'lummer etislnalcd an honor system at the workhouse that lias wen him the gratitude of the H00 men and women confined thcte. lie was made warden two j ears age after un expose et In . .. ntvimcnnt , TIM rr.l...M .1. ft. .1.1 I IIIIL I1MIJ111 TIJL III II till .1111111 II Faille III filial I. 1 , . ...,llal. ltnh'nbOh 'navid-vvlnt--7- I b,M1ef DaU,J, T'H f"Tf " ,,he The warden Went te the hospital jes- Itj tt S5'we rA VeVe her "iewh T ' 0n V l,l ""'l f-?1 n?,d1,f ,,cr '"day with a heavy cold. He is a lie put his words tet,cmer ij'ewy . i outs 0h te her capabilit.v. I!ut he re- i,ea. (iv built man and nhv.ielana feared "You've had s0 much trouble,' he .uMlrc. i,,r neavnj euuc man ana piijsicians icareu ti.J.,.t "t h.tn tn ive veu mere un- pneumonia would develop. uttired, i nate 10 give jeu mure, mi iiif,.,,..,i, t .,,,. in,. .. i .i. i.i. i.. it. .1 .- jwi, ,.- ,u.l,. ... IP' HV1 -Hi" I ilL a I ILL 111 llll! HUia UUM? 11131. 111U11L 111 iiappincsa fic(, tQ ,mV(J 0 ,, .Snngree," he "fin nn." nhf haul calmiV. ..i.i 'V.,,n .i , n if .,. ,,) "Yeu would knew coon whether I " i brushing tin a few months et night in veu or net. Your brother has been a business school " lmnrmlent reckless and has nmde n i'V i m.i ,in ihnt " h cnt.l very bad mistake. 1 don't suppose, nulctlVi' "There am library courses, 'there's any ue 111 my mincing words. (m j,,,, Im nfrRi,i Dr. Snngree Is "Ne go en." gapped (berry. 01lIj. 0ucr;n8 the Jeb out of ftiend- 1 "Well, .veu knew Mr. I.yctt has an ',,,',! account vvita urewn ft. a rjicnare, .. , , , I where " Beh U. a job. Thev found out' "n$aV hc, " 7l,N .nermnV that Heb had BU.l.lcnly I ll1!n"jl1'm,.:0lf '"-W-red and with Ms disapp-.irane, , ""'" - ? a Mim of menej is mibsing. "Terhatis he Is. Hut I don't think you about, lie .i!d knew. Cherr.v. I ve Dr. Hsngree'H in- . . ...... -...,. ,, i .r.ntf in rtii unu n rnnniin. un ni T ill,.. ... . .. ....n. ... jv . ',.......'. ..i-.s....... j A hound enmn from t.hrr h uireai , r)lerrv looked up from her plate; a low, sebhlng gasp lie hid piu fl)f wr",t, uipiated her rice pudding s0. oft this tovclatien un il the last, speak- , )v in?.'"'?n"?""..l.iM "'". in-". "Dear old David" she mu't-red. And I MIlflLll LUllHlkC, ,M ..'. .- . ' - the Inmates p!ned for I'luinmcr's speedy recovery. They contributed nearlj $10J for flowers for the sick room. The inmates earn Mnnll amounts by work of various kinds. birly. then, ' He's thn bet fri-nd eept ou. Dad that I ve pet In the world." After dinner her father took out his 17-4TX-4T K ewYbrk te euth America eyi U.QeucrnmentShips leek at her anil went en with diflieultv 'live thousand dollars fjeerge L - ... , .. .1.1 . .. r. l CCtt Shlgnaturi--n.i luse.... -- fl, l,mlu il, m,tel,M nml "lergerv ' Hew nerrinie. sae man- , -" ' , .; , " i. " . ',', ei . i.,,,. Hi.b' I I can't lighted It for l.nn. It wis a plea'ant KnU it"" ! little formality te uhirh tly had re- euicve u. , Jointly become accustomed. In the par- "I I'm afraid you must, riierr . ,nr t,1PV u r,n t,. hef, lmn,, iu )mnd David said soft!. ' lie evidence '' Jim Mehun talked bravely of his plnnn. very detini e. il",.v feuni' Vip? . P'",T,r I "bile Cherr listened trying te stllle in your brother s wastebnsket vvl U , th(l ,H ,n hf,r brrngt M,(h Hnvme(1 ,, (leerge I.vcctt s name en them at- ,he ln, of bllrh,lnB. N, uhcr of tlum tempts at a perfect signature. Oh, it s rf,,nmenlwi upon ,i,0 absence of Alicia, all re damned hi 1 or him . whose engngements new frequently "Wlmtceuld have made him de such ',llI(s ipr ,() (lne j.,, Mehun u tlnng''' I thought that Cherry's nllenee was the "Oh, I don't knew debts, I sup- j -Hence of hepplnes and understanding pee " It hcenied te him tlint life had taken - .. .l k .l It I . .. a r .1.1.1 I "(ioeil Hed. roer miner , (,n a Miglitcr color ter tnem oetii anu "He mustn't knew. rl here's no rea- tmt vbatever the world had in store en why he stieuld. The'vo.kept the t r,)r (hem, they were nt leflbt bleusei) lit mutter quiet. I was with Mr. Iecett uicn eti,,.r. j this afternoon. I had a talk with him. I , ...,, ,mmeMftn in the Btreet I don't think he 11 prosecute. And , . ,, , , , eieaily Hrewn i. I ntelmrd have agreed te j " the "pen window, the light; unit until the, hear something from B,ornebHe In the -i .sk- tne Blaze In Seuth Twentieth Street Slight damage was caused te the three-sterj brick building nt HIM Seuth Twentieth street, occupied us a poolroom and dwelling by Hairy Smith, shortly after midnight. l'asscrs-bj, noticing smoke buring from the base ment, sent in nn alarm, while Motor Metor Moter t.vdo l'olicemen Murph. of the Twen tieth and federal btrcuta station, as sisted Smith and bis family te the street. The blaze was cenlincd te the basement. Judge Llndsey te Lecture Here Judge Ben Undsey. of Denver, will lecture tonight nt the West Philadelphia Huh Scheel for Hejs. The address will be the third event of the public entertainment course given by the school. AnniNe te sma enrtzn, Tk entire trnurn of emit arilHt are (ndln their enerte te create etlll mere me rlrrent fe- ih Chriurins helltlavsi. Yen will l compel!' I te '.uuh. If you leek threutrh tl iilt-paKe cnrlc eectlen of the Rur In- I'LL. Lt-'buUtt. MaLe It Habit." Adv VVON'Tyeu remember in your Christ mas giving a kiddie or two whom other wise Santa may forget or a family in real need whose only Christmas will be an "Army" dinner basket? Drep your gift into one of The Salvation Army kettles en the street "this week or send your check te The Salvation Army Treasurer, 701 North Bread Street irlh T0Yt eoeKIODItS J WMig'Rtmr r , L The Salvation Army does no cellclting en the streets ex cept for ena week at Christ mas time when their kettles appear, accompanied always by a member of the organiza tion en whose red banded cap or bonnet are the werds: The Salvation Army. Philadelphia Advisory Beard, Charles J. Webb, Chairman Thi advertis'ment it teIunfnr.Ii contributed ly ctU-ctthtr who btlitie in the uerk of the Salvation Army and in it xaltie te the community. New Reduced Rates Fastest Time taHocUIaneire.Motiteviaeo.aBdMMno Aire Fineet ihipe Arrerlean Trice Amerlcau Feed A merle n oemioru. 8 ail Jnan from Pier 1, Hobekea. 8. 8. Western World . . Dc23 S,8.8oathern Cress . . Jan. 0 a. S. American Legien . , Jan. 20 & & Pan America . . . Fab. S Pertnlg-titlr thereafter Far cfecWpir beaht mrSirwtm Munson Steamship Lines m Watt St. New Yerk CSty Mtnmi.n OperHer far U. S. Shipping Beard ViMSS&fM Cherrv was new sobbing quietly I "Don't, Cherry deir IMoase don't I think the whole thing ean he arranged, if we can only find Heb De jeu knev ' rtherc he is''" , t herrj looked up U-vlldered "Ne I I ,1"'t " . 1 "Was he at borne last night She hcRtitatfd 'New that 3 ou speak of U--I 1 den t think lie wiib," she gHspeii I haven t pem him for almost a wtek." She struggled for her composure and Ihnn Htrnichtenerl vvl h nn effort. 1 "Hut hew eau Hiuh n thing he arranged-' Hew can it? It'd untcliev .able ' "Your brother Is very veun," ! said David gently. ' He has net been (keeping the hft of company. I'm sure the whole nfTnir an be kept quirt if wi can enl litid the Ui." "Hut hew' Hew tan we pn bnck a sum like that?" "Oh, that may tx managed," fa'd David. Cherry turned en him. "Yeu David' I won't let you de that. Never' Never!" He did net leek at her and only poked erivels with his umbrella Inte the 'travel, but lie ft It her startled gnre upon sounds of voices and thr hanging of the deer of a limousine. herrj rose and went te the window "It's Mu?zy and Jehn fTi'cheetcr,' she said quietly. I A shadow fell across J.rn Mchun brew He rose hmvlly "I tmnk I 11 be going up, Cherr.v." be said 1 tn e lii.fnr.. ln miild i ress te th deer lAlhia had entered the room It was r eiki nppnrtr.t te her d.iugt 'or that she knew everj thing about Heb affair, C- lll.in l ..t .u uflrn ivtiln nml ilpr. ihoKiler spots upon her clicks isolated J Chrrr glnneed at her fa tin r, whose qulek'ives had nlrendy caught 'be signs of disquiet in his wife's aiipearanee ml behind her in th' d'm nnllwn, father and daughter had h gi'nipsc of ( hlrhester'H grave exprefsu.n w& travel, nut no n it ner stariien gnre ujien " I him, and then the touch of hep fingers will "Don't. Muzzy! Don't " ( herrr ap-pdili-l iul' kly. Hut Allel.i's glance pned tjherry .gii'ired her "Jim"' she said haltingly, directly te her husband. "Something has hap pened " "Murzy'" Cherry caught her rnoth rneth ei's arm "Mu77,v, come upstairs I luie-v about it. Bur it's all right. It's all been nrr.in.ced I'll tell you ' And then with nn nir of calmness. fVime In, Mr. Chichester. My father N. Y Plymouth Haere Parla 500HAMUEAU . . .Jan. 9 -AS1S Jan 17 Mar. 1 Mar. 21 THANCE . . . . lb. 21 Mar It Apr. If New Yerk Itevre rarll LA BOUHDONN A18 Dec. za en his arm lieny i.aneu n i" u'-are ncr 'David' David'" was all that she father's- voice behind her, fnlmlj in- could say She struggled hard te master her emotions and after a moment she ......l.l.lA.nil .....l.!...!,. Li.- lln.M, .lll r ift A. M. nirillKllii'iii ' nu'i'ivinj . hi: iiubia null Jan. IT Feti, 22 Mar 20 en David's arm, and then rose, Feb. 15 Apr 21 May si 1 "I've get te be going home, David Apr. 14 May W June 23 home at once, I'm a little tewil- Ti SAvnit- ItOUSSILEON OHIO 00 iOCHAMBEAU LATAYETIE vTAaX Y,-V"" """ -""",,.. ,0 ,'ered still. I've get te think what te 1A B0URD0NNAZ3 Feb 8 Mar 16 Apr. It de about father. te ALGIERS. MOROCCO. TUNISIA ucteuer i April au Vnr full iletnlla tuneiilt the Trenrh I Ini- i"nt In veiirillT or urtle tn IMIT.V, r. OEVEIIN, Oeneial Ant rmianemnia lislVO I "(Jne moment, Cherr "' His brews wre piKktnng in an effort at cencen-1 tratien "It's really nothing, dad something about me tlint .MU7y ueesn t unuer-stand- -" she gasped. "I'll tell you about it tomorrow." ' "Ne." he muttered And then i "Wait, lib use, Cherry." He seemed 133V37 Waimit St fCONlMERCIAn siuiaianir Linu (Operating V H Oevt Uhlps) PJilthlltLWlIA ToleWUONlJEmtY, DELI-AST. DUBLIN tt COKJC 8B "KEKHONKBON", , Die. 30 He'nillnavlan anit Ealtte Peril HS "M0KU1RT0WN'' ., , Eaily Jan Other HAD. Ferte ai Sumcleni C.rce Orferi M00RE and McCORMACK, INC. 444-46 Oeurie Old;., Philn. . Leinb. 058.r Main 7-r,ia QjuJhaua sl aLCaVK'iSL itmSm turn, m, r., I. . ..Ill !.! ., I no isneKP. miii in t nuzt iinr nnifCM . ::' . 1.1 i ...,,1 ni, , clinging .0 his arm as they went acres, ' l , ; ' , ,' e had nor" or , me- , , te the subway station. Hut with the ,';t jft (W ltl,.H fac,.. . A,ia. b , ceinmanded. I "I'lease, dad whlsiiereil Cherry, her hand en his nrm. Hut lie thrust her gently asld "SiRak. Alicia! What is it?" ' "Something terrible has happened--1 Cli. Jim!" sob eame Inte her threat and choked Iicr. '1 hc-rc was a moment of silence. "(Je en U it something about, Cherr?" ..,... I "Ne. no. It i Beb, she gasped. "Beb has " Ur void, broke and she turned away wringing lur hands. Jim Mehun wuu leaning forward en his They Leve Her And Disappear M story pervailes the romance of i beautiful woman and three men who want te marry her and who drop out of sight, one after an other The story is thrilling)? told by the I'nlted States Ambassador te Italy and elfleiul observer nt the Lauennna Conference. KIOIIAHD WAHIIHURN CHILD "The Vanishing Men" will appear in Evening Public Ledger !) nine fixed like an image of Ktene "Won't you speak out?" he de innnded jerkily. "What of Beb ?" The situation wai out of Cherry's hands. Her mother turned toward thera again struggling for her courage and gare her message with desperate speed, "Beb h4 tikes money letge rl? you wish te pay your friends the finest of compliments for the Holiday give them Melachrine Cigarettes in the new, flat, lacquered pocket tins of fifty or one hundred. MELACHRINO ou its unique and diitincfiie preference, the world evr, te the fact that ft is compeicd only of the choicest Turkish leaves -impossible te imitate or equal. Jmas Gifts ePJevtelry Open Evening Our Confidential Credit Plan gives cash advantages, convenient payments and immediate possession, ASjmcMi&Sens 133Soulhl3teSI NeArWalmiiSlT Exceptional Holiday Gifts Lamps, Mirrors and Mahogany Furniture Te the man or woman seeMm Rmart and unusual gifts, Deugherty1! will prove a veritable treasure store. We have a wonderful variety of charming Lamps and Shades, Period Mirrors and Mahogany High Ben Desks, Tables, Dressers, Chairs, any one of which will be cheriihjj as a potential heirloom. Dougherty's Faultless Bedding Hair Mattresiea Bex Springs Bedaieuit 1632 Chestnut Street ?u???j J Jfer Cfjiiatmas : S3 CeftfeUtl Witty &tt 3m $ Mi lW Si. ' m?M,' wi LVWWM&rUKN sSsir..ev MIAW4vvA wv x mm mmsEsm imm wsmmsm W54m afsttWHHaHkTaflVCBtjtF (irVsaBWMllSaO KJaaratSallsga7 V VBClffilllsSssWfl SjgrBjjgjjatjma.1 " "'JJUjeieUaauO Js A Cenklin Self-filling Fountain Pen and Automatic Pencil Price from $8.00 upward for the Set VEO &T UKENS f0.i Jl STATIONERS- U PRINTERS-BLANK BWKlMFRSJ 12Hul3lhSt. PHILADELPHIA 719WWnuta 8&&8&l rSEABOARD AIR LINE F L O R I FOLLOW THE SUMMER RAILWAY-) D A THROUGH SIEEFINO CAS BEEVICt Ne. a Effective Jan. 1. '23 X.T. W, PhtU r. S. B Wilminrten Ar. Waihuxtea Lt. Weihlnctea " Richmond Ar. Xaleiirh " Southern VlMI Ar. rinehnrtt Ar. Camden ia SaTaaBih Celumbll Ar. 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The torque arm absorbs the torsienal strain, relieves the springs and propeller shaft, and makes starting and stepping smoother and easier. Girard Automobile Company C R. CUNLIFFE, President 2314 Chestnut Street The New PEERLESS ii(!?Je.y- Jt'lK,1 -.., .,,.!