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EVEynSTG L!!nftTCTt-.p-Fr-TT,AT)TilT,PTrrA. MONDAY, SBPTElMBBlJ T4, 191i.
RIS, FREED FROM
U PERIL, AWAITS
T0RN OF CABINET
Minister Capital Is No
Longer in Peril French
By WILLIAM PHILIP SIMMS
' rAnis, Sept u.
,!,,. Hrnllv declaring that all danger
a slcgo Is now past, General Qnlllenl,
,tary Governor of Pjjrta. today notl-
l Minister or war nun :,"
Ital can bo returned here at any tlmo.
Tmrii ilcerta rotrnnsferrlng It la
iced xor In tho very near future.
eatiwh o uonerai uaineiu .......
majority ot his army of the defense
I'arln. ECO.UOO men. to roiiui. "
nrh forces now fighting desperately
drive the Germans bacK across mo
tern frontier. They are no longer
...i i.., Thfiv liavc ucon mcu iwiu
5nd the wonderful fighters their officers
vloualy announced mem iu u0. .. .j.
... .MAvAtin nrtnrK miu tumiitcm uw-
rial of the troops used by General Von
... -r tj.i-ii fhnt enabled tho Brit-
..!, tnrcnn to attack the main
':.. ,im wlnir. thus bringing on the
tt a of tho Marne, without being ex
,fd to an overwhelming assault on
ilr lanK' .... t,-.
rhore Is no doiiut mai mo ivmo a
it. t t.inbxti. I have returned today
om a complete Inspection of the front
.ih naicrhhnrhaod of Mcaux, Chateau
h'ttrry and Solssons, und from close In
action and scrutiny of tho ofllclal re-
tfrU France is rurnismnn mo umirc
oyw ono ' 'Vi-Ji-M.r,1 l.,llll.
:tnt 10 wnicn mo u" w
r-v.r trooos has triumphed over tho
trman Intenslvo organization.
AUi-DAT AnTIM.EHT DUETj.
fallen I reached Solssons an artillery
j'tl T7s In progress. The opposing bat
rles woro well concealod behind the hills
t nmtla nround the town. The French
ctjllery wus posted on tho heights south
futhe town. The Germans wcro more
lan a mile away, their guns masked In
tamps of woodland. The German guns
Itematcd a rain of concussion shells on
lie French artllcry nnd shrapnel nn the
ench Infantry aligned under the sup-
oft of their guns.
The duel started at sunrise on Sunday
fld continued throughout tho day. To-
tird nightfall, however, the German
became weakened and the French
'llllery experts explained that the Ger-
an guns were nelng withdrawn, having
ren used mcroly to cover the general
At one period of the artillery duel, I
ded 32 bursting shrapnel shells during a
igle minute. Indicating the fierceness of
e. Herman lire, several ot tno houses
,Bolsaons proper were set on Are by
fating shells but there were very few
talltles among tho Inhabitants owing
.tho fact that the German flro on the
:r was mostly shrapnel. The In
bltants had taken rofugo in tho cellars
a were out of harm's way. To this
atrlbutablo the fact that there were no
e French gun crews wcro absoluteW
affected by the fire, and the Infantry,
lung inc oruers to go forward, were
, cheerful. The Turcos (the French
rtan troops) were hard to keen In
leck. They have an uttor disregard of
nger and when the orders finally came
charge drove forwnrd recklessly, their
anier rising over the sound or mua
ry. Their ono ambition seems to be
leslro to outstrip th French rccnlnr
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BERLIN IN GLOOM AS
PARIS REJOICES OVER
RETREAT OF TEUTONS
Ban On Official News
Causes Anxiety Through
out Germany French
Sing General Pau's Praises.
IN EAST PRUSSIAN CAK
' 4flA "
. a i ' Insiea
Btreat Ko,man wa.
rrmil1 .. , A. r GERMAN PRISONERS IN A WIRE PRISON
German sa.lors, some of them from the Heligoland sea fight, are prisoners behind wire entanglements and every evening they pray and sing the German
national anthem. The picture is that of prisoners at Frith Hill. The wires are charged with electricity.
DISLOCATES ARM AT
WILL FOR DAMAGES,
TRANSIT AGENT SAYS
Alleged Swindler Is Indicted
for Perjury and Obtaining
Money Under False Pretences.
FRENCH ESPItIT ADMIRABLE.
The French army orgnnlratlon Is mar-
lously compact and efficient. The cav-
y. Infantry, artillery and supply trains
rk COOlly. In close formnllnn tvltlmii.
hitch or without trace of excltemont.
e adltlonal excitable Latin i.mnn.
rnt was nowhere In evidence, so far
I COUld see. The nfflnrrji u-r. m.ii..
Eternizing with their men. overseeing
wr food and keeping their ammunition
Blenlshed. This was In mnrVo.i ..
hst with the brutal mrthrxls of h
Irman officers, which have been reported
.... . ,ui is oi mo ngnting line.
i commissary la simply won-
"' -i i mainiainert vorv riu
?' a sl"B,e moment la lost In moving
oa supplies and ammunition ... r,o.,.,i
he drivers of the supply trains smoked
t wiBtticiieo. re an nw.n4nA, nH
"6 wiuie a wiu tin nrrli
prd to the front.
rne French at Rni.snn. i...i ..n, ......
crlflced the comforts and the benefits
m , orKanlzation in order
avoid encumber ntr 1, n.1 .,
th ambulances and nurses. They wero
..u n. th. rfar' nml th wounded
""'"" u,acK in such vehicles as could
nntrV .? servlce- The Germans
along the lino nf hntil. ...- i
ned their wounrtori i, ,. '.
?J The 1ench docl who ar
. . J8 front from ParlB expressed
lwm BUrprl.8.8 ,hat there were "
. nn.? m """P'" "cltcdly across
rilJ. L'i r. Uh "'elodramatlo or-
Jnu of ,nn8r ,,er'' "nd th9r8 fro"i a
inn oi the comnmu t, j
ing was movarl wim -i i. ..
2!SLJ.l" ?5P" "nd. telephone
mi i.i,2. . . . commanding oftlcor
; the a. a tV u i ?..!T!!? . "6l,l?.n
I It m . "' v "IIJ- BIOJIU unt
?.iSCS! are beln,r ou"o ' coolness
.neVinVh mmanders. whose con
Jncl. .,18 ofr""ve possibilities of tho
rncn army u superb
GERMANS NOT YBT DEFEATED.
,'t "1 '" a"" of the French
ii lurteH ennvnn. i .
rman. hive ....tiT;":"." "'" l?" ln"
neir lines generally min -.-,.
W manv J .lin9 n,lre Qrman army.
riked einr.7.- '.."'"ce ". wh whom I
A Socletie. Hero to Aid War
oairerarii II.. m
PhllaaelphU Brit., ".?:.,. .
HFutu a commlit.. v; '"V"" "ve
P" for the id LnJ t0rJcw contribu
tions i Iltt"a fellf" of th. widows.
tt. war. tAVL '
mv.,u m., . .1, -w,:.."-. ui mese
tte . . ' .no uriiint. rt. .
r na rormulHt,i i . """""laie io-
ox th2uPU Dd0 S L'"J .tr h- ca"y
Known as the '"phiioU .c?mml"ee'
,,.4 " Hntlsh National n.n.
Ability to dislocate his right arm at
will has brought several hundred dol
lars to Frank J. Marter, of Sherman
dale, Pa., but efforts to work tho trick
for damago claims In this city were
futile, and this afternoon ho was In
dicted by the grand Jury on charges of
perjury and attempting to obtain money
under false pretences.
The man, according to 1 II. Gasklll,
special agent of the rtapld Transit Com
pany, Is one of tho best "accident
fakers" In tho country. Ills arrest was
due to an Investigation made by Gas
klll during the last two weeks.
Shortly after his arrival in this city last
month, Marter went to the subway station
at Fifth streot. threw himself to the plat-
rorm and declared that his right arm had
been broken In falling from a cur, said
Gasklll. Tho following day ho presonted
a claim to thev company for J1G00. Tho
company ignored his claim, and about a
week ago Marter said that ho would ac
cept 1000. This was also refused, and the
man finally Bald ho would bo satisfied If
tho company would give him $2 a week
for his room.
lie finally confessed, nccordlng to Gas
klll, and pleaded for mercy beeauso he
has n wife and threo children. His caso
will come up for trial Wednesday.
Aa a result of lnaulrlei mmi. in v..
iorK city, unskill found that Marter In
jured his arm when he was 10 years old,
nnd It Is said thnt he has mulcted railway
corporations and other largo concerns by
using the old Injury for damage claims.
The prisoner left New York last May.
It Is said, after collecting J300 from an
Indemnity Insurance company for a claim
ngalnnt Fox's Fourteenths Street The
atre. Marter claimed that ho was In
jured there by sitting on a broken chnlr.
Shortly after this the man claimed to
havo been Injured while working on n
building m New York. He was employed
as a steeplejack und said he was In lured
by a bolt falling on him. Again the In
jured arm was used. A month later, ac
cording to Gasklll, Marter collected J3X)
from the Concrete, Steel, Mason and Con
struction Company, for whom he worked
on the New York subway. In this cao
he said he was Injured by a plank falling
rater. It Is eald, he threw himself from
a platform at the subway station at
Fourteenth street. He gave his name as
Frank Ilaker of the Central Hotel, It Is
sahl, and claimed that his right elbow
had been dislocated. Tho railway com
pany settled with him for J23. He after
ward worked for a contractor In Long
Inland; his arm was again injured and ha
collected W75 from the Aetna Insurance
STRAUS AT OYSTER BAY
DENIES PEACE MISSION
Visit to Colonel Boosevelt Merely
Social, He Says.
OY8TBH BAY. Sept. H.-Oscar Straus.
who hna been active for the past few days
for peace by mediation, called at Oyster
Bay with Mis. Straus, nnd had luncheon
with Colonel and Mrs. Itoosovolt.
"While Mr. Straus Insisted that his visit
was entirely social, tho fact that he called
upon the Colonel In tho thick of Mr.
Straus' activities for peace, caused com
ment. "My visit to Sagamoro Hill Is simply
and purely a social one. Mr. Straus and
myself are old friends of Colonel and
Mrs. Roosevelt," said Mr. Straus.
AfIcciI If the call did not have some
relations with Mr. Straus' npparent efforts
within the past few days, and was made
In an cftort to enlist tho former President
In tho cause of peace mediation, he re
plied: "Absolutely not. I am not here for that
Mr. Straus when asked If, Irrespective of
his visit. It could bo assumed ho was try
ing to get Mr. Roosevelt to enter the peace
movement, lie Insisted It was not fair to
mako any such Inference. He simply ro
fused to discuss It.
Colonel Roosevelt also refused to dis
cuss the Straus vi.slt.
Tho Knlser has at various times shown
Ills friendship for Colonel Roosevelt by
tending him letters, autographed books
BRITISH AVIATION CORPS
USED FOR SCOUT DUTY
But General French Narrates Ono In
stance of Deadly Bomb Dropping.
LONDON. Sept. 14.-General French In
reporting to tho War Ofllco today ex
plained that he had not been using tho
uritisn aviation corps as u general propo
sition for bomb dropping, tho members
being needed chiefly for the collection of
Ho ipportcd ono night raid on a Ger
man bivouac, however, which was suc
cessful. An aviator (hopped a petrol
bomb which struck an ammunition wagon
that exploded killing fifteen.
TROLLEY CAR STRAYS
FROM STRAIGHT PATH
Couldn't Bun It nnd Talk at Same
Time, Says Crew.
A trolley car ran backward on Spruce
street from 3tth to the great surprlso-of
tho residents of that street this morn
ing. The car was loaded with passengers
and they appeared Indignant. The mo
torman and conductor explained that
they couldn't run tho car and talk at
tho same time, so tho riders had to
grit their teeth and wait. The car that
back sllded was a Subway Angora
This Is how It happened. Tho car Is
supposed to turn from Spruce street to
Woodland aventio at 37th. But this
morning the car kept on at normal
speed to 31th street.
Passengers who had been riding on this
line for months were somewhat aston
ished therefore when they were greeted
with a change of scenery. Houston Hall
and other nlco buildings pascd before
them and then some persons asked the
conductor whpro they v. ere going. He
Informed them that the car was on tho
wa to tho Market street subway. Some
ono Informed him that it would be a dif
ficult feat of navigation tn ren.'h th
by the route the r.ar was taking. Then
mo conauctor stopped tho car and hold
a conference with tho motorman. He
was also somewhat puzzled.
Meanwhile there was a deluge of sug
gestions and opinions. It was finally
decided to run tho car back to Thirty
seventh street In order not to meet other
earn from tho opposite direction.
After reaching thero the car finally
iimiiuKcu La una me subway by way of
Woodland avenue and Market itreet.
APPROVES $1,000,000 FUND
FOR TRADE EXTENSION
Secretary of Chamber of Commerce
Indorses Central Labor Union's Move.
The movement to raise a fund of 11,000,
000 to advertise and extend tho trade of
Philadelphia to all parts of the world,,
begun by the Central Labor Union, today
received the indorsement of N. B. Kelly,
aecietary of the Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Kelly pointed to the unusual oppor
tunities now open for trade dovp!nnmnt
and declared prompt action was neces
sary. Tho conyncnt by Mr. Kelly was occa
sioned by a resolution adopted by the
Central Labor Union yesterday, asking
the co-operation of the Chamber of Com
merce with the Labor Forward Move
ment Committee and the Central Labor
Union In raising the Jl.000,000 fund.
When the resolution was brought to
Mr. Kelly's attention he raid: "I am
back of any movement which has for Its
aim tho oxtenslon of tho trade of Phila
delphia to South America and to other
parts of the world. We are faco to face
with unusual opportunities at this tlmo
ahd prompt action is necessary If we
would mako any forward steps."
The Central Labor Union at the meet
ing yesterday also In another resolution
made a demand upon Councils that they
make c-ery effort to facilitate the pass
ago of the $11,700,000 municipal loan to
Inaugurate civic Improvements nnd pro
vide employment for Idlo men In this
LONDON, Sept. II.
The Dally Newo Rotterdam correspon
dent telegraphs: "I learn Berlin Is bo
coming very anxious about happenings on
tho Western frontier. News now Is not
published so freely by the Government,
ami although outwardly there Is on calm
a feeling as ever, great anxiety exists
among the general public.
"This sudden restriction of public news
when tho public knows that n decisive
battlo has been fought both In the East
and In tho West Is causing suspicion.
Long lists of officers killed appear to tho
papers nightly and In some cases well
known families have been wiped out."
GENEVA (by way of Paris), Sept. 14.
Nows of the German retreat, despite
every precaution, has passed through
Switzerland to the north nnd has caused
profound depression In Germany, after so
many announced victories.
According to advices received here, peo
ple have gathered In tho streets In var
ious ucrman towns, shouting: "Tell uh
the truth! Give us tho news!-'
The newspaper olllces at Munich liavo
ben closed, as disorders are feared.
It Is also reported that tho news of
tho steady retirement of tho Germans In
France has trickled Into Berlin and be
numbed the people.
Along the Swiss-German frontier the
full extent of tho German retreat Is
known. Peoplo are crying: "If the French
have beaten us, what will tho Hussions
LONDON. Sept. 14.
Dispatches from Paris and Bordeaux
to the London newspapers describe scenes
of enthusiasm, mingled with the thank
fulness of the populace, at the news of
tho German retreat.
The streets, tho dispatches say, are full
of people, all too overjoyed to express
emotion by noise or singing, but men
oro seen embracing each other with
fevror, while women give vent to their
feelings by crying quietly.
Everybody Is amazed at the unexpected
change In the tide of war nnd the fullest
credit 1b given General Pau, who Is re
garded as having, by prompt and decided
Birntcgy, changed the face of tho cam
paign. Everybody is asking what the Germans
will do: whethey they will be able to
reform their forces nnd make a stand,
and what will become of the Crown
I'rlnce's army, tangled up In the wooded
It is understood that tha factor which
brought about the changes In the fortune
of war was the new nrmy which General
Pau formed quickly and quietly at Ver
sailles, composed of some of the best
troops from the eastern frontier and a
fine body of cavalry. This army marched
through Paris northward and then turned
northeast. Its effect was felt at once.
MAr VniM Qaaiima A niilNal tjtw
prrrnnrin atv ant hWMl
t - ....-.. I..! '" it
jimi.:itii ui xiuanmu iroopa cnimr Jneobs
ICoenlgsberg, tho German stronghold o.t th
tho Baltic In East Prussia, they havftCould
been forced to retreat. This was ndmlN"''ron,
ted today In the following official an
nouncement: Generalissimo Gtand Duke Nichols.
communicates the following:
Our rapid movement In East Prus
sla has been retarded owing to the
necessity of giving our main atten
tion to the fighting In Gallcla. Con
sequently the army of General Ren
nenkampf hns suspended Its march on
Gerdan (39 miles southeast of Koe.
nlgsberg) and Labia (2 miles north
east of Koenlgsberg). On September
7 the German troops began a general
offensive against this nrmy and a
spreading movement In tho direction
of their southern frontier.
It was difficult to estimate th.
number of German troops engaged
owing to tho dlnilcult nature of the
country, but a deep overflowing
movement against the left wing of
General Hennenkampf was revealed,
on September 10. We were forced to
retreat on tho following day In order
to hinder the enemy's offensive oper
ations, which soon showed the Ger
mans to have a greatly superior
force. Fighting continues along the
Newa from Berlin confirms the retreat
of the Russian army about Koenlgaberg;
affirms the previous announcement that th.
Germans had taken the offensive all along
the lln In East Prussia. Koenlgsberg !
now safe from attack for Borne time.
General Von Hlndcnburg reporting that
tho Russians have retreated in hast.,
abandoning guns and supplies.
General Rennenkampf (In East Prussia,
south of Koenlgsberg), however. Is ro
portod ns continuing an attempt to halt
the German advance to the East through
the Mauer Sec region, until he can b
HTNSON- DECIINES TO RUN
WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. 14.-Oeorge
B. Hynson, Progressive candidate foi
Governor In the last election and looked
upon as the candidate for Congress, to
day mado a statement that he would not
be n. candidate and favors Louis A.
Droxler, of Sussex County, who was th.
candidate In the last election.
Plate Glass Window Smashed
A large plate-glass window In tho con
fectionery storo of Georgo P. Nickels,
southeast corner of Ninth and Vine
streets, was shattered last night. There
are rumors of an early morning street
fight, but residents of the neighborhood
say that they heard no sound of breaking
VERDUN FORT REPORTED
TAKEN BY CROWN PRINCE
Young Cyclist Injured
Isidore Boffransky, It years old, of 2121
South Ninth street, while riding a
bicycle, crashed Into the rear of a north
bound trolley car at Ninth street und
Snyder avenue today, and was hurled t
the ground. He has concussion of tho
Man Drowned in Darby Creek
Herman G. Trlebe, 47 years old, of this
city, was drowned when he fell from a
slip In tho front of his boathouse on Dar
by Creek, near Prospect Park Friends
attempted to save the man but failed. Ac
cording to members of the colony around
the boathouse, Trlebo was married, had
(no children, ana was employed as a
machinist In tho Baldwin Locomotive
Works. His family cannot be found.
Seizure Indicates Attempt to Open
New Line of Communication.
BERLIN, Sept. 14. via Rome.
It Is stated unofllcially hero that tho
army of the Gorman Crown Prince,
which was previously reported as having
surrounded Verdun, has captured one of
the fortified positions southwest of that
city, and that the heavy siege artillery
has been brought up to attack the other
forts on tho southerly side of the fort
ress. (The Crown Prince, during the last few
days, wns reported as having led the
German forces which repulsed the Rus
sians in East Prussia. loiter ho was re
ThU later dispatch Is taken to Indicate
nn attempt to break down the French
salient at Verdun and to establish a line
of communication direct from the Ger
man centre between Chalons and Trla
court to Meta anil Cledenhofen.
DRAGON ALWAYS A SYMBOL
Has Figrured in Some Manner All
There has always been a good deal that
Mi"15!t!1,caI, about the dragon, though
biologists tell us tho skeletons of snokes
lend somo credence to the notion o.'
Ilylm: sernents. T'minii.- in ii. ..., ...
di agon is associated with the author of
all evil, the devil. The nm-iont i....n..
of the British kings bore the device of
n. dragon, and the leader of tho others
In war was termed the pendragon. Be.
foro the converson of the Emperor Con
.stantine. the old Labarum or standard
of tho Roman army bore a bronzo dragon,
and the bearer of the Roman standard,
cen after a cross replaced the dragon,
was styled a "draeonarlus," or dragon
i, A' ,'"-'"E w the teaching of
tho Greek Catholic Church-Greece has
the same national saint as Great Uritaln
ow ueorgo is to De described as "trop
aiophoros" or standard bearer (In Greek)
In old church windows and pictures St!
oeoma Is commonly depicted with a
standard He would therefore bear the
i.ntln title of dragon-man, or dragon
bearer, and the legend would easily spring
into being, of his encounter with a dra
gon. Still there Is "Sir Bevls" and Spen
ser a "laldly worm" to bo reckoned with
and It might upset heraldry to some ex
tent If we altogether dlannueri nt a.
George's dragon In so prosaic a manner
as Is here suggested.
RESERVES OF BANKS LARGER
Weekly Statement Shows Increase of
8800,000 Loans Expand.
This week's statement of condition of
the members of the Philadelphia Clearing
House Association shows that the mem-
.uvL.?lenFlnenca th,Ir reserve position
1806,000 during the week. While loans ad
vanced Jl.232,000, Individual deposits fell
?FJ?-m- Poa't" of banks increased
..?fni;J', '' Wev.'w. Sent. IS? "It
Jlua fr bk. 4S,0fll.orK)
Herve . . SM37.000
aurpius senumlwr li,
September 12 1010.
1 1 ..nin.noo
lit. 102.01 Ml
Jil.lft3.TiW: spt. mber 13.'
Home Rule Statement Tomorrow
LONDON. Sent. 14.-PremIfir vn..m,.a
statement to Parliament on the Intention
of tho Government in regard to the Irish
Homo Rule bill and the Welsh Dlsestab
lshment measures will be made to-morrow.
earneat nn... .
U tWi.!"' "' " ' to be mad.
n ...i: :.' ny contrlhnllnn.
?h VMMtSSr- ' the lar,Mt of
- .vHtiiiin.Mi vrui
F)icn ku nn
F.f0l'or;"r1?tea - the
E " I lM'. A. MTcMahon!
Metal and Slag
Roofs Are Standard
RESIDENTIAL WORK A
Crescent Compound keeps roofs
watertight tor nvc years, and is
Real Estate Roofing Co.
8J.2349 Wallace St.
Btll Poplar tltj Kn'ttRac4 $H
Our frrah lot la ready for you tt
Nicaragua Blend Coffee
Thla famoua Mend U the utmoat la
conee quality at a reasonable, price.
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Developing and Printing
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Specialties for the Amateur
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Keep your prlnta ffeeh aa
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Picture Frames and Framlnr.
Imnurtrd and American
umvrua rM ... "
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TIIE C'AMIJIIA SPECIALIST
812 Chestnut St. 812
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I While War Rages I s V putincti,.
I luaaT iirrrumr and toilet needs 9 -, In ef err
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r at areaUr advanced price. HaaK V.f
American women, however, will tvBk.
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and Our Otvu extracts, toilet HbbW Vid
waters, tic, mui noi rnause iu jj& S
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Grapes for Jelly
I-lttle red and white fellows, fine
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Bartlett and Seckel Pears
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rado, New Vegetables
Fine Jersey SWEET POTA-
TOES, hi, tender CORN, big,
sound lUMAlOtS, fine, meaty
LIMA BEANS and BRUSSELS
David H. Simon
Fruits and Vegetables
Reading- Terminal Market
To the thousands and
thousands of men who know
and wear Perry clothes, no
matter where they be, this is
our hail and our welcome at
the entrance to a new sea
son At Perry's.
Our invitation to them
and to the other thousands
who would be Perry cus
tomers, if they knew us'as
well to all a hearty bid to
come and see us
I Gold Pendants
I TVe aro showlnr a I
Kreat variety .f these
Graceful neck orna
ments new and artls
tip (leslKiia, set with
Amethysts, etc. at a
price rans of
$2.S0 to $12S.O0
C. R. Smith & Son, Inc.
Market Street at 18th
To see the splendor of this
new season's wonderful pat
terns; to see again, or to
learn, the difference of
"N. B. T." workmanship, fin
ish, and fit
And to make the acquaint
ance of the manliness of this
Bijj Store, the friendliness
of our service
Perry & Co., n. b. t."
16th & Chestnut Sts.
'TI8 A FEAT TO PIT fppt
Style Shoes for Women
This exclusive model embodies all
nS new features of style. The vamn
,n,1K.h8, Jnlaf ia k bound. TouDiaS
of highest quafity eioth. In bUck Kfw.?
ray ana moJe shades, with i varrlS i
patent, dull or bronse leather P
ma1ieSnar"'U, achlsve'n"" of the boot-
The Big Shoe Store
J204-06-08 Market St.
El ONYX HOflERY DltTHIBUTORa-S.pt. Hth-tn,
Tr Close. S.M P. M,
and his New Baby!
Of course it will be a "grcat go," one
reason being, it was needed.
The Ryerson W. Jennings Co.
wishes that every reader of its fim $suc
f "::,' t OT1 llen o their
.. -;. 1.1 ia nneili,; if they tlftl
they would ,tad in line both VlS
Square and Fourth
turn to get served.