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Austrian Allen Arrested.
Burlington, Dec. 18.—Charged with
endeavoring to incite fellow workmen
against military service and with
making other treasonable declara
tions, J. Doeppler, said to be an Aus
trian enemy, has been arrested and ia
in jail pending further action of fed
Conshohocken Girl Disappears.
Norristown, Dec. 18.—Conshohocken
police have been notified of the
strange disappearance of Carrie Stew
art, fifteen years old, daughter of John
Stewart, a Conshohocken letter car
rier. She left her Cedar avenue hanifj,
West Conshohocken, for Calvary Epis
copal Sunday School, which she at
tended, and then went, it has been
learned, to the Reading Railway sta
tion and purchased a ticket for Phila
delphia, leaving on the 10:10 train.
Dr. Martin G. Benedict Asphyxiated.
Painfleld, Dec. 18.—Dr. Martin G.
Benedict, sixty-one, a well-known edu
cator, was found dead in his garage,
having suffered asphyxiation in the
same manner in which Nat Wills, the
famous comedian, died last Sunday.
Dr. Benedict was running the engine
Df the automobile, preparatory to put
ting the machine up for the winter,
when he was overcome and asphyxi
ated in the closed garage. He was
born at Delhi, Ν. Y. His wife and son
Army Officer» Break Record.
Camp Dix, Wrightsto\V, Dec. 18.—
The psychological test, one of the
most unique in the army, has just
been completed by the officers at the
cantonment. Two of the officers here
broke the record. The test is com
monly referred to as the "mechanical
assembling test," and each candidate
Is required to assemble 10 objects in
SO minutes. If he fails lie does not
qualify. The record time for complet
ing the test was 17 minutes, but Cap
tain Van Winkle took 13 minutes and
Captain Wilber 14 minutes.
EXPLOSION ON NEW "CHASER."
Two Workmen Injured at Camden,
N. J., Shipyard.
Camden, Dec. 18.—The explosion un
der suspicious circumstances of a gas
oline tank on a submarine chaser be
ing built for the government at the
Matthls shipyard sent two men to the
They are W. S. Fretz, 6124 M\is
grove street, Philadelphia, and John
R. Piper of this city. Both were badly
cut and bruised, but will recover.
PASTOR DIES IN PULPIT.
Aged Clergyman Stricken While Talk
ing of Christmas.
Cranford, Dec. 18.—While the con
gregation of Trinity Eposclpal Church
here was at service the aged rector
Rev. Dr. John Edgecombe, collapsed
at the altar and died before worship
pers could reach bis side, lie had fin
ished part of the coming Christmas
service when he faltered and sat down
on tho prayer seat. A. moment later
he fell toward the altar, lifeless.
His last words, as he outlined the
Christmas plans of the church, were:
"And don't forget the children."
CANADIANS TAXE FEW HUNS.
Do Their Best to Exterminate Foe,
Jersey Soldier Writes.
Montclair, Dec. 18.—In a letter to a
friend here Kenny Coulliard of Mont
clair, who has been fighting two years
with the Canadian Forces in France,
says the Canadians are taking few
prisoners. Coulliard was recently
"gassed" and is now recuperating in
"The Hun ne»er meets ue hand-to
hand now," Coulliard writes. "He'll
fire a machine gun at us until we get
up close, and then out he comes with
his hand up, squealing for mercy. We
have got sick of taking prisoners, so
that every time we go over the top we
do our best to exterminate those that
our arillery doesn't get. The enemy
doesn't make many counter attacks
on the Canadians unless he is abso
lutely driven to It, and I think that
when the good old 'Yanks' get at him
and pound him this winter and next
«pring lie will be ready to quit."
HOBOKEN GERMAN ARRESTED.
Herman Mutehler, Prominent Saloon
keeper, In U. S. Custody.
Hoboken, Dec. 18.—Hoboken Is won
dering why one of its well known clti
sens was taken from his place of busi
ness in handcuffs and conducted by
secret service men to the army pier.
There are rumors than the man Is on
Ellis. Island and is charged with some
eerious offense. The man is Herman
Mutehler, prominent Elk and Mason
end captain of the Schuetzenbund
•there. His expensively furnished sa
loon at Washington and Eleventh
■treets was listed two months ago 1
among those in the barred zone which
could no longer dispense intoxicating
liquors. Since that time Mutehler ha3
been selling what he claimed was
Government officials refused to die
cuss the arrest other than to verify it.
It was admitted that the procedure of
arresting a man accused of α mere
simple breach of the law did not in
clude handcuffing and that a person
wanted on a charge of soiling liquor in
the barred zone would not be taken to
the army pier.
Telltale Eyes and Toes.
The eyes tell the etory of guilt when
all the other muscles are controlled. I
This you will lenrn In the eleventh
chapter of Darwin's book. Sometimes,
when the face is controlled, as in tho
cose of natives of India, other muscles
ere uncontrollable. Sir Henry Maine
declares that In India the judge can
tell when a native is lying by watch
ing his tc <s. He keeps his face per- 1
fectly stralgnc and hla eyes expres
aionless, but his toes begin to wiggle |>
fw aoon as be begins to lie. j
OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS!
Furniture! The Most Lasting of All Christmas Gifts
This year particularly should be a year of practical common sense th lngs which last into the years rather than but for a short time. Giving a piece
of furniture means a really ideal Christmas gift. There is something appro priate for every member of the family in our great stocks, a few of which are
pictured below. We want to have the pleasure of showing you through our wonderfully complete stocks. Let this year be one of sensible Christmas
gifts. Come in and look around.
Leon's Credit at Christmas Time Helps You to Make Someone Happy
"We know that you have use for every penny—there are so many t ο be remembered that cash won't go around. However, we say to you—Co:-ie
here, select the Christmas gift for your dear ones and pay for them in small weekly or monthly payments daring the next year.
Toys For The Kiddies
The youngsters have not been forgotten bjr us. "W<
have gathered together a number of toy specials whicl
we offer during the month of December—while the lo1
lasts only. These toys are American made and will ap
peal to the youngsters.
Don't Delay—If You See Anything Here That You Want
Come at Once Before They Are Sold Out.
THE "HUMMER" Minature Railroad A Qr,
Complete Set of Trains with Tracks
These railroad» are complete with full set of tracks, loco
I raoHr» tanler and two passenger coaches. Wind up the locol
1 motif» and It will run like a streak. Sold every- 4q„
I where for 11.00. Loon » special price
CHILDREN'S CHINA TEA SET, 9 PIECES·
everywhere for $1.00,
sets are made of
fine quality china,
rated with flow
er®. A dandy play
toy for every lit
tle flrl. Everyone
η a box, ready
for you to take I
with you. Sold
The cutest barking
do? you ever saw. ▲
reproduction of the fa
mous F**nch Trench
Doffs. Sold everywhere
for 86c. Leon's 1Qn
special price λν\*
' "INSTRUCTO" AQ„
Teaches, pleases, Is useful. For
sign writing: and word building.
Complete alphabet of letters and
a complete set of numbers.
Complete with full Instructions.
Sold everywhere for AQr»
$1.00. Leon's special *±»7L>
ALL METAL AUTO GARAGES WITH TWO
MECHANICAL AUTOMOBILES^ SPECIAL
ι f play for
or fcirL The
parage 1 s
ly built of
β t a 1 ,
jparate autos are a
runabout and a jitney
bus. Just turn the key
and let them run. Sold
tverywhere for $1.25.
Toy United States W arship, spec. 69 c
that will run of its own volition,
at $150. Leon's Special
Buy t h·
low a com
plete w a r -
ship of Un
ed in pretty
*d runs and
Sold everywhere 0 ^
Genuine Tennessee RM Cedar, 37 inches lonir'"extra
deep. The very thinj? that every young ν ί η ►.<!
girl would like to have. Very special «plU.OU
Mahogawy Musicg yg
These elegant cabinets are
finished to match the regular
mahogany pianos. Has Fix
shelves for sheet music, fitte-i
with door and fancy back
rail. It is a gift that will be
appreciated. <>q 7c
Τ A R Τ F
ο r golden oak.
Hag square door,
ash tray, match
holder. Buy him
one at this spe
Buy Your Victor Victrola at Leon's
A complete assortment of every style Victor Victrola Is now
ready. Don't wait too lonff, place your order now. Victrolas are
scarce thia year. We have Just received a large ahipmer.t and are
prepared to take care of your requirements
$20 to $350
So home is happy without music. The Victor Victrola brin
the world's greatest artists rijht into your own home ar.d it is ea
to own one.
Open a^harge Account and Begin Making
Your Payments in January
You will want your ready money for Christmas shoppings—there
fore. this very special offer.
Records Make a Fine Christmas Gift
Surprise your friends who have a Victrola. with a grift of & record
or two. They will te sent to their home in time to enjoy them on
Three Piece Duofold Suite and Massive <fcQO *711
Library Table, Special - - - ^
Royal Easy Chairs
A great assortment of
styles in all finishes and cov
erings. Royal Easy Chairs
will give more comforts than
any other reclining chair.
Just push the button and the
back reclines to any position,
that is comfortable. Pull out
the foot rest and you have a
complete reclining chair.
Finished 1 η
or golden n^k.
line, has every
the most ex
Τ h 1 · special
low price for
this week only,
and only while
the lot lasts.
Λ lamp makes
- pretty g i f t.
These lampe have
ards, are equip
ped with electric
fixtures and silk
with silk snade
over wire frame.
$4.50. Special 92.0s
A Tea Wagon makes a usefu.1 gift
for every housewife. This special
can be had In either oak or mahog>
any finish. Has large rubber tired
wheels, removable glass tray. Ac
tual value $18.00. <k1Q7^
Special for this week *ρΐϋ·'0
Here la a room fnll of hmdsome furniture—the kind you will t>« prou.
►•erted with one motion into a comfortable bed; hae chair and rocker to mar
nches lony, has magazine rack, drawer and match»· In deaign and flniah
.0 the duofold euite. Special combination
>ud of. The Duofold Is con
tcL The library table la 4 2
THIS 4-PIECE AMERICAN WALNUT ΦΛ9.75
BED RONM SUITE, SPECIAL . . . Φοώ
This is indeed a wonderful offer. Every piece is of excellent construction, thoroughly
well finished and made of walnut throughout. The entire suite consists of a double size bed,
dresser, chifforobe and toilet table.
ihis Massive extension
Table, Special - - -
Will Make a Dandy Christmas Gift.
f Top Is 45
in. in diam
e t β r , ι ■
sd and quar
t e r sawed
oak. H a a
lar with 4
enough * ->
acc ο m m o
date i. ι»
1000 "Jolley Jitneys" for the
Boys, Special At - - - -
this lot is prone.
Leon's special .
The Jolly Jitneys
are just the same as
the Kiddie Karg that
have been used by
thousands of boys
throughout the year.
Strongly built of
hard wood lumber
and nicely painted
and striped. Every
boy wants one, so
come quickly before
Sold everywhere at $1.00. gQç
This Beautiful Dining Room Suite, 4iQ7»50
Consisting of Ten Pieces, Very Special . ·
Here is an exact illustration of one of the newest designs in dining room suites. Every
t Plece is built at a price that is positively sensational. Every piece is built to last a lifetime.
I Nothing but fine selected oak throughout. It is finished in a rich brown Jacobean effect
^and has the appearance of a dining room suite worth a great deal more money. The com
| plete suite consists of buffet, china closet to match, 48 inch extension table, large serving
table, 5 genuine leather seat chairs and one genuine leather scat $97 50
Warm Blankets, $3.98
A pair of these warm wool nap blankets
will make an lileal Christmas (Tift. They are
full else, very 10ft; can be had In gray or
white, plain or checked, with pink or light
blue stripe». Firmly bound. çq no
8peclal, per pair «0,00
Ou the Comer'
Ho os i erK i tche r C a b i η e t 2 fy 00
Something for mother. Lighten® her
labor, shortens th· hour» of worn. Hoosie*
kitchen cabinet· have over «0 labor saving
devices, solid oak, white enamel inside witli
all aluminum drawers and werk t&Jiea.
91.00 ctahj 91.00 per week
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