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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914.
KEVIVED BELGIANS REPULSE ATTACKS OF GERMANS IN REGIONS ABOUT TERMONTniJ
Were opposed to the legions of the re I sent out under General D'Atiuidc ut the -
doubtable aenernl von Kluk, that had
pressed southward with rushliiR force
around the eastern side of Paris.
When the tlmo cume to take tho of
fensive against tho victorious German
right, the British were went forward to
lead tho action. Although strongly
supported by French cavalry and ar
tillery, tho Kngllsh forces were massed
at tho point where tho Hermans
eeeined to be most dangerous.
When tho Germans made their stand
cast of tho Olse and along the Alsno,
tho three liiitlsh corps were concen
trated against the German right.
The Third army corps tool; up Its
position near folssons; cast of It the
Second British corps was stationed,
nnd on Its eastern flank lies the First
The position of these troops makes
them the real defenders of Paris, for
the French nrniy of 1'arls, Which was
tlmo tho offensive campaign was be
gun, has moved far to the north.
If, through any blunder, tho derma,
army would bu able to move tartrate
from Its trenches and take the aggres
slvo It would be (ho duly of tho 12ng
llsh to full back toward the southwest
forming a half ring about tho capita
to protect It from he Invaders.
The report shows that the Get mans
fell back across four French rivets
without serious resistance against the
pursuing allies. It also shows that the
(light of the Germans was rapid, for at
some points they liatt made Ineffertuu'
efforts to destroy large quantities of
ammunition which they had to carry
Many umnumltloti wagons nnd auto
mobile vans, which had been used for
the transportation of supplies, were
destroyed to prevent their falling Into
tho hands of the French and Ungllsh
FRANCE RA' LIFS NEW ARMY
TO ATD BRITISH FORCES
UOltDEAUX. Sept. IS.
France has begun the formation of
a new urmy to be put Into the Held
against the Germans ut the earliest
It was learned at tho War Ollleo that
it will be composed of territorials and
This army will be sent to the front
to co-operate with another British
army which will soon be cent from
Eng'and, as soon as the necessary
equipment and drill work are con
cluded. Offlo'a' n"n(,ur"',mwt of the defeat
of the frir - .-- their attor'- en
Nancy Is irlvet' n disjntch r-re'vol
at the War Oll'cc today froi fi--n ra!
Durand, the in ' tary governor t'.en-
"Thanks to the success of our arm e.
and the brave resistance of the troops
all danger to the former capital of
Lorraine is averted," the dispatch
By order of President Polne-are a
message of congratulation wns imme
diately sent to General Durand and to
General Castelnaus, commander of tho
troops who have been lighting on the
heights about Nancy. i
"Your noble efforts against the en- '
emy are an Inspiration to the repub
lic," said tho message of congratula
tion. "The victory Is most Important,
because the failure of the enemy to
capture the heights has prevented him
from penetiutlng our lines."
Tho Government's pleasure over tho
situation at Xiiney Is Increased by tin
fact that Emperor William Is under
stood to have been with the German
troops there during part of tho atturk
Dispatches from tho regions nortu
of Chnloi fiitr JIarne btato that th
Herman tie clus are very strotwl-lonstruct-d
'" m tre deep and eov
er-d a'd fl nlud o-' their per-end cu
tar with hidden mltiail'euscs
Throughout the whole region thi
municipal authorities a.-e absent. Th
Germans ordered :iumerojs house
burned and plllnged those whose doors
were closed Yhoy spread f.ihe reports
among tt.eir troops, alleging tho Ger
man were shortly to inter Paris and
that the present retreat Is a feint.
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PRESENT GERMAN ULLE f NAMIJR r
EXTREME LINE. - O WAotEfL sH ' I
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armies vV . wtMwames igpS f-- f I
scAu&oPTuas r AOlfET V 40
NOYON TOV6RCXJN no M. J r M A ) V
PARIS TO LAOS 75 M. .J S. T i S
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tiuryyr w t1r. Ie'nbm 4- po&wAy i
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r" sJSji3?&Vr -jk nam
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rQJ U EPEPiU jwU?TJ.1 "N.J . " jaws
"l 'f-S. 'fArtf "NOAwnwi Ift A i if S J won
rXr . jO 'S-Nv S &vv77at l p r VV,LLS
AVENGE DEATH OF!
Alleged Detective, tyjj
. ays Vanderbilt Groon?
Offered to Pay for Girl'?
JVf....'l ft a (
lviuraer, ivieant to
KAISER PLAYS LAST
ITALY'S AID STAKE
Victor Emmanuel Declines to
Receive Imperial Repre
sentative and Is Called
"Traitor," According to
HOME, Sept. IS.
Germany has played Its last card in tho
diplomatic same that has been In progress
here for weeks with tl'.e assistance of
Ttnly tn thu prenent wur ua the stak"-,
und apparently has lost.
ft was learned from u reliable suarc
today that a special mt.-sseriS'-r arrived
hero from Berlin on U'ednwiiny "venhis
und departed last night. It U
lie cams as a personal representatelvc of
Kmperor William. Whether his EUdtlcn
departure was due to tho refusal ot
Kins Victor Ummanuel to receive him
canot be ascertained.
Several papers In Tarls report that
the Kaiser sent to the King uf Italy the
"Conqueror or conquered I shall
never forget your treason."
Italian reservists have been called for
September 'Si, which Is taken to mui
Italy's withdrawal from tin- Triple Alll
nnle on that date.
The Italian radleal party today will vote
nn ordere of the Jay in Parliament asklne
tho iSovernmeni to fo.-ake Its policy of
neutrality and tu ally imelf witn the
Triple Alliani-e. The annrchlat paity has
NEW MILLIONS FOR
The battle ol the A sne, which is developing into one of the greatest artillery battles in all history and the greatest in the present war, is still continu
ing, with no definite results on either side. The French and British troops reached the line of the Aisne as early as last Sunday, and the battle has now
been going on for five davs. New French troops have been brought up on the extreme left from the west; the English are operating near Soissons, while
the French centre runs from Berry-au-Bac. northwest of Rheims, to the Argonne district, where it is confronted by the armies of von Buelow, von Einem,
who has just succeeded von Hausen, and Duke Albrecht of Wurttembcrg. The Crown Prince is intrenched between Montlaucon and" the Meuse River,
part of his command having evacuated Varennes.
jj: nK- a -9hi. h!
""OUU uwynno vanderbllfs ,W
.. ..av., ..uou ,u,0 nitairs havo f,
iisncu gossip for two continent,, ,Vi,'
backed up against a wall hi tl,e VJ;
ocrbllt stnblcs at the Westchester hD
...v j-muu j-esierday afttN
noon nnd shot ot flvo times by rredenJ
SchulU. said to bo a house detective .1
ll.o ttltz-Oirlton Hotel. Wilson MJ
with a slight wound In the foot
According to tfchults. Wilson proM'
him M to take norencc ntj
fcchenck, with whom the fnmoUa ,,.7
had Ills hest-known affair, to a.in Fran
elsco and thcro murder hrr n,j.'
Hchenok died last Janua.y from a ,)rok.
heart, her friends ra,. u f "'
conversation or 10 or 13 minutes' dun.'
.... ,.,K, ouujcci yesterday aftrrnenft'
that Schultz suddenly pullr.l a rBra,...S
and emptied It at Wilton. S
Clnl.1A ...u .
wrenched the revolver from .,... A
hilo others lifted Wilson to llia f,t J
U...li .-,.. ... Iv,,
v'm ",c 1ok cnurce 0f schultxj
.. ..San to tain to tho txeltCt cronj J
-.u..mi u.mi. JI0 ucclared that liC ),a(i
avenged the death of Miss Schcnck
vhom Wilson east o)f. l!cft,ro he iM
a ccii. nusuctI ftwny to
One of the hlsr.i n,i,..i i- l!
horses, acconlln .,. ...".:".. 'J' ri j
tnck. k.w.1 wiwnv. m: who, ,S,;i
hmj i one oV the "animal .K.0 &
sleuth the alternative of 1 II1mL'Vi '",, ' ?
--... ...no, ,,i ma opportuiillv
ADOLP : SEGAL
Three New Armies Re
ported Advancing in Po
land O b j e c t i v e Un
known; May Be Berlin.
ROM 13. Sept. 18.
The Tribunu prints a disputch from Its
correspondent In 1'etrograd tovthe effect
that u new Russlun ui my of 000,000 Is ad.
vanclns in Central Polaud.
Thi., Is snld to be thf vnngu.uU of an
othei rirniy of i'.OiXUOu, vviihli i niunli
tnu lowaid I'olmid nuw. . ililnl .iimv uf
i.OiJ'l.W has bo-n uae.tiblnl .in.l i I,. -b'lnnlng
tu mov forward.
It Is not i-lenr whether these new !uu eg
renortil "'" l""1 u uuo uiiiiciii lor a nnui iTUHIi-
titlesia to occupy Iitilln.
BOAT SINKS; 13 MISSING
t'oiitliuiril Iroiu I'liiif I
pnrtv. I believi. h.s llnanciul downfall'
was duu to his tncnt.il or dltlou. I be
lieve he has been uf unbalanced mind
for the last six yea is
The Indications ur slKns of Insanity
irav have been so slight ns not to be
noticed by his fiitudH or taiully, but I
have no .iO"lt that fir the lust six
se'-t n v.ir t1" bM '..'en 'nane."
Kirn cstcnlay the dclhlon to move
Jlr. Segal to Xorr'stown was kept secret.
Heil Sega!, In answer to point blank
tuitions, admitted that his father would
be taktn to u sanatorium.
".My l".ither-s mind muy bo clouded at
times" lie tuid, "but no one :a n tell
whuii be will ice-over He wns sii'd to be
I at death's dour six weeks ugo, and he i
j hllll ulive tudu. lie will be moved to
j a sau.'ktiiriuin as soon us he is strong
j C.LLi:t Ill'MAN STH.VM KNUIXK.
j .Mr. tvil lia been lefcrred to as a
j "human steam engine," and "the prime i
of boiroweis." The last sobriquet was
applied to him last July when hu swoie (
, In bank ruptcy courts that his assets
were 70 ct nts. although ho was facing lla-
I bllities of nearly J3.00'3,00i). I
I Ills wuist enemy would admit Unit he j
bad uiu jiiiiv puwers when It cume lo
linniteliis on a ' .-.hoestrlng." Thin uftM '
fine Ills oppuli.nl- bie.ithi il n Mall ol le-
lief tth'li Si.il u.el Willi MJim: iev-n.u
ili.ii .-i ui.-ii uie lo ii-usli him. inh to
lu.'l bun in .ai in. k illbnly shoit aipaet- of (
tunc pMi-iiotlnB ime new piojeet of i vrn i
Licuur magnitude than thut on which hu '
Adolph fciec.it thought In millions In bis
I palmy dayn. This was shown In his two I
I deals with tho Sugar Trust, thu Hint uf
which netted him a sum saw to navo
I been morp than Jl.OW.'XO. It wns in bin
! second deal that he overreached himself
hotel. The campaign is said to have
.oat him $3o0o,0ii.
THAWED UY KfGAR TUUST
Segal needed money, and the trust bc-
i -.unc awaro ol it. Its agent reached
ugal and advanced him more than
$I.CCO,0"0. but In leturn It seemed con
trol of the Pennsylvania Sugar Rctlncry.
The only hope Segal had of paying tho
loan was to operate the ifuetoiy and
GRAVE; MAY SOON
BEG PEACE TERMS
q. iiuiiftu oil tflLU ea ui uiuck ur llitlltu ine
i trust company come to terms and buy
him out. Dut when tile ti list obtalmd
control Its Board of Directors Voted to
i-lo&e the fnetury, nnd all Segal's offoits
to upciutc thu plaeu weio futile.
Tiicii can.e i.ie ei.ih. ihn ileal natate
Trust Company wnt under and Hippie
shot hlnihclf. Ueurgo II. Knrle, Jr., us
made receiver. He teamed of the patt
tin- Tru.-t hail iiluyed and laid Ills .ni'or- (
mutton liuforo the Oovpi-nmrnt aiitliorltlcs
.il H'aslilnsto.i. Segal omiiioinis-ed nnd !
. .. irin'l l.lH.llin.Mll ,l lln, ....... I. tor., n I
toiiu-1 agaliit,! i-evoral Trust olllclals by i alul ha'st I'ol"'"'. to which the Australia
tho (lovernment, ulthougli no stone wan i navo connned their enmpalgn, fotecd to
left unturned in ilu fleht t,j pi event It.
Civil action was taken lj Mr, Kurle
asalnst tho Trust and it also cumpiu-mlsod.
Reverses on Field, Panic at
Capital as Russians Force
Armies Back on Cracow.
Officers Reported Slain.
LOXDOX, Sept. IS.
Suffering- constant reverses In Gnllcla
Dominion Government Steamboat i
Goes Down in Fog After Collision.
MONTREAL. Sept. IS. The Government
steamboat ilontmagny, carrying uppiie '
and toul for wireless stations, was sank
this morning a mllo below Crane Ihiunj
when sh eollldud with the Dominion eu.il
supply snJr, L,lngaii in a dense fug.
Captain Poaliot and U members uf the :
criw ure nili-sing. Kight memberit were '
ins :marvi:lols carkgh.
Mr. Segal came to this country from
Austria. Fortunn smiled on him at tho
start. Ills first vcntuie, il Is sub), was
to throw dice with his landlord to see
whether he should piy Uu J ear.--' lent
down or nothing for u yrui, mid lie won.
Then he begun work uvm1 a sn,i, caldron
in tho cellar of a West Philadelphia
'Ills llrat big success was the peifcet
lug of it process to wax paper. He bold
tho patent for $:,0u0. After that ho mudo
rpouey In various ways. Hu has built
soap factories, apartment houses and
great operations or dwelling house. The
Uartram Apartments, in West Phlladel-
i nhln. were built by Mr. Segal, and. al-
pi-eslduiit uf the Real Kstatu Trust Com- I though he was laughed at ah a dreamet,
pany, unu nipple enoi nirineil nnen nis
and was trappud by agents of the trust.
Thin trap caught also t'ratiK K. nipple,
tlecl.tret against w ir
nie-nt s policy of neutialitj
Fnisicirrs axd chahtkks
IHPPI.RS DYING REPROACH.
In his dead hand was found n note j
that n ad us follows;
"I am nloue to blame. Segal got the '
money, I wus fooled." '
Had Si gal succeeded In bib teruiid at
(nipt tu make money out uf the Hugar
Ti'in Ids uotiU would huve been far i
gnutir thuu tho first. In the first he gut
the nlnee paid from tho start.
In Altoona he built JTu houses and lost
on the deal. Tho -Mujostle was to be his
drowning achievement, but thu plaeu
never came up to his PNpectatlons and
this j ear ho lost e-untiol of It. Then Ik
was tin own Into bankruptcy. Ills family
nnd physician s-nid it was fear of the
ordeal of testifying that Mint him a .-dcK
man. to St. Joseph'h hospital, but in
reality it wus the llnul collup&e of his
resentment at un'mploynient-
Thu Italian militarv attache at Berlin
hs been recalled and It Is understood that
the German military itehe will be with ij1
drawn from Rome.
Ireiiaii Tronwrt lUr.l. St
i tltion In thuaio duya by buying up all rlvil
tiipple to ririaneo a hilgnr factory in
I 'n (a tk n ifula r.i .- dAinii it. I fm ,......., . t ... i . w.. tnii . .ii.n
the war fever Is accravated bv nonular " ,.a'hi' n'TVn K'.'."..'-.'-. "''""" " vwroien. i n u.v MHff vompo
"T ---.-. ---- . ;.:" --"vv"'" ....m w-,.'.j. .,.v fill, t
fai'tutk und closing them.
i :'.r. the trust would buy hli factory, and
Mruiu,ri ilxin i, i(nuniur lieu-n. , He tried n again this limo building
t-Ur!ji " S"''"' '" i"1"- ' the Penu.ylvKnla kugar rcfltiery .it
Jlruiiii iBr.i UHliimutt . t-Veiicii .iu. ! KhiM-Uaniuxon street wlmrf. Hut th-
ti .-oris, tiuti. lie.luu ailjrktK. !2tf :M i.p .,., I tmiKft. hilt, 11 unr,. h.,.l Ii. j,i utitchin..
I tiuttuntvond lUr.i. tfalf f. Mardil. urulu. I i.im it i.p,..i ,.t i.i .1. iu ,m, iiiil
.uji iurteri'. Us. ., ,ruipt. I "?" .V - - "-" , """'
ll"4 i.jU", Haltlnioifl iu Ha- , '"" ,l "-"r'le-ij mat uic j.iMj.eu ot luiraa
(roni. 1 m iir vuuns ur inc. irusi company nan
NEW YORK'S "THRIFT MONTH"
praln, g. qu.. !,iW quarters.
lMlllmore t,, 1:
BRITISH SHIPS REPORTED
SUNK BY GERMAN CRUISER
Battle Said to Have Occured, Off In
TOKI'J dept. ii.
It Is reported here that the German
cruiser Umden has sunk fiw liiltUli
bteamers off the coast of India. Tho pug.
Et-ngeis of the vessels are said to have
been saved. Nsmea uf three of the uhlps
urt said to bo the Diplomat. Kovat and
The Emden U a cruiser of 3ll tons dU
placement, carrying ton 1. 1 Inch and twelve
biiidller guns. She has a speed ot S5
knots an hour.
The cruiser was built in W8 at Uuusis
at a cost of t30.vv
I.u.NOQX, Sept. is.
The Admiralty today ordered an in.
qulry into the loss or the training ship
l-'Uganl. which foundered off Portland
yesterday with a loss of SI lives. Of
these, 13 ware boys who wsre receiving a,
-pcclal tourse of training.
I gnats IHucii. Tu ems old. a ictlred
1 lottuntf merchant, dlmd yeUrliy at Ids
liome, 3 iS W'ituiont treat. IU cmisraUd
(mm AustiLu. s yrars 4,u and i(.ttld
in I'lubiai Ipbia. vvi"i for Zi r.n fe
Ml) etiiiaKitd In the clothing bonnes.
Ml beh retired Li )''jl aJ. II" t
iuHiwUd lit the woik l,ysivcra' Jewish
uufltetlcs. Ills Uui and tu:u b'.'iis ur-v
Antar s 1 X
atiu. ,-ual. tnvutu lemui.
Hi'llurl II., iLr.l. !IS ton.. N V..ru
Auirali la panni Cuwl. gnerl iro;f
J'rial terms, o-iober.
Kent Ulr ,. JClS tons, mm:
rrojao ibr., ysia ton. nue. 01 tuir-'.
Ka.ulU 1 Br . ilttl loos. Unnba 1
iiJL ur mtiiiurM. urn, ."a-, iironu.i.
xn 1 ur 1. i vi o.ris.
1 Need of Saving; Money Will Be Im
pressed on Public in October.
I Nj;V YOIIK. Sept. I.-Xew Vol Iters
1 ore to be taught tho art of taving, A
e-umpulgn tu niuko Oetoher a "thrift
1 mouth" was begun loduy by Mao.
1 Milcher.-, touimitli-e on food Mll.,,1
Dining nct moiitli cver ell'oit will t.
I uiudo to impress on persons ot mipiovl-
Ueiu or nxtravugunt habits the itnpo -
abundoii Weinberg, driven across tho
Itivur Han, deprived of Inrgc stores of
provisions and ammunition sent from
Cracow, and virtually denied further
German aid, the position of tho dual
monarchy is precarious. Tho Itussluns,
under Generals ituszky and Brusllort,
havo followed nil their advantages vlg
oroii'ly ami. iiei-ordlng to ono report,
have nvcst"d Premy.sl and. nccoidlug
to another, havo taken this otioiifely for
tilled town, tluij couiprlllng tho Au
tilaus to tnkc a final stand at Cracow on
tho Vistula, not far from the German
mid Ilusslau border.
With military power shattered by these
rcveru'es and with panic and unemploy
ment riots prevailing In Vienna, Austria
seems ready lo suu for peace.
According to a dispatch from Petro-
gt.id, all of the Itusslan newspapers to- 1
day follow up ychterdu's suggestions
with emphatic demands that Italy Join 1
in the war on the ,ldo of the allies. It
is pointed out. In plainly Inspired articles,
that were- Italy Immediately to Join In the
e-oiitllct, such action would compel Aus
til.i to abandon Germany und sue foi ,
immediate peace. Thu result of this '
would bo, tho papers point out, that the
Ciermun people would icallze at once thi .
futility of continuing to flight. I
I1 i.nn.1, Ki.,1, mm lA,pni....l ..., .
. .,, ,,u, ,r. ,, ,.w,(, , i.,uatui t.ll'l I
1 such Independent sources us Homo and
I Ilucharest. tend tu coiiilrin or paint In '
j gloomier colors the cutlcal position of!
1 the Austrian armUs iu Gailela. These j
1 armies, which set out to an est the ad- '
! vuuee. uf the main KusMau army in Gcr- !
many, have had tho tables turned on '
I them by the Itusslan Generals Kuziky I
nnd Ilrusslluff and aro threatened with I
Having abandoned Lembers. thc nn j
now leaving Przeinysl behind them und
retreating to Cracow.
Unconfirmed reports are In circulation
that tho Russians had taken tho Gallclan
fortrcs-s of Przcmysl by assault. The
foregoing would indicate another "stra
It is said by Russian correspondents
that the Austrlans havo lost all discipline,
the aim of the men being to get across
tho Carpathians. If this Is true theh
commanders uro likely to have difficulty
In leading them over 200 miles to Cracow.
Among 2000 captured Austrlans nt the
battle of Tomase-ow, Russian Poland,
there was not a single officer, lepotts a
conespondent of tho Loudon Standard,
telegraphing from Petrogiad a remark
able explanation of the demoralization of
tho Austrian urmy.
There have been many picvlous ac
counts of the Slav nnd Czech tokliers of
Austria being driven Into battle bv their
officers with revolvers. Tho dcehnation
of their ofllceis reported nt Tomurcow,
if truo. Indicates what a tcrriblo revenge
has como to tho common soldiers. In
aubserpicut engagements, said the eorre
spondent's informant, the wnm operation
was repeatcd-the Austrian.-) would lose
their officers and then abandon their
guns nnd raise the white flag.
t f ;;'. .' """ t,t"uitmaaii
11 or his opportunitv. !
ugh Schultz doniod that he hall
d to harm tho famous whip but l
mned only to scare him, witness"
say that as ho was bring led Vt,va y f S I
BY FRENCH WAR OFFICIALS
Reported to Have Been Taken in
Early Al&acc Campaign.
RORDHALW, Hept. IS.
'Hit loi-eign Ollleo today exhibited to
the Frtnuh und foreign newspapernieu
assembled here it quantity of duni-dum
bullets, which. It was explained, were
taken by tho Trench when they originally
occupied Muolhauscn, In Alsace In the
early days of tho war.
It was tho discovery of these bullets
and reports of tho French surgeons that
they actually had been used that resulted
in the original French note of piotest of
'1 meant to kill jou. but I didn't b
Tf'ii.yUi m'P. not E00(l cnu ' or t ur1
If tho shooting follows, us his a"lnt'?
usserts. from AVIIson's trcutinent of Flor.J
once Schenck. It I. n,n r,..,V!.i. . ?.0S5
1 1 in rnifi. .... i,L,
event in ilm r.oA ... t- " Wl.. "Il
folk Va.. fhUshed a season aCh' I oS
horse show- wltU a gay tour of smart ZW
uaie.s in ihn, .!.. , .... -t
,,, ' v " runs.-
Wilson met Ji.'sn s-oi.n..i .,... ...a'
when she was eighteen years old anl
wns lo. Ha nersunderi h..,. n,. .1.1 .,.!ly.
ed. under pi-omlso of marr ago. to inSteS
MLU. Klclimond. Va.". on vvW.I
1 .. .1 . ' "",ca lnat ll0 whs nvirrled.
m!,tku1hte1aSh,'s01 h "- '--fi
Nt VwrK lu Mea,i
la. 1 iuIiiij
errjaean. gcucrat inrita. t-'Huti. urn.., iiuinui
IjOVl lUr.l, u 1..1U, 'Baltliuui
rijl., icwtl, private trw.
l..nte of being thrifty. Efforts will 1 ..
been touched, ami It laid the trap. Scgul ' "ia,,c a,i"J lo tecuo loans for thoie i,.,
had put too many Irons In tho Hi. j "'td them, III order to lay In th. win
While the magnificent sugar plant wus. '"r ((""i ""PI'lV. A Public market will
biil'iimcr hu hiul eoneelv.Ml the Idc-n nt n ' bo nnciicd III Htaten Island, win rt prud-
l'i,ll,l,i. I gr-at hot, I 011 the hite of the old Elklns Ul,s fronl tno ful'm "'" hl" orooglt
muiiston ut th- northeast corner ol I dlreit and sold to all comers.
liroad itie,t run) lilrard uveuue. The
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itnunent te'C Tcj mi all mtddlf
mea'a pro'ita and htaA-y warcroom
ticeoaea Uoly PMUaalcbU mad
r-anj s,'d dirt t from tba factory -a
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caa!oa Ttrrra to au't
PAINTER & EWING
KMtorr Warroonn ' ,
;iioa-in eniihe, 0AiiDJ:
T6 A FEAT TO FIT FEET
Shoes that Make
a man well-dressed
Men who want some
thing "different" should see this
new gaitcr-top bhoe. The cloth
tupa and the lines of this shoo arc
decidedly French and will find ini
mediate favor among smart dress--era.
In Hlack Calf or Patents, button
or lace, with fawn or grey top.
A shoe of the "Beau Brummel"
The Big Shoe Store
.204-06-08 Market St.
y n -e iiWwk
21" V IHb
tQNYX SILK HOWHBV. Plr for U Sopt. lyth-Store Cloae. .t .nT17i
Standard of Ih. Wo,ld
A wide langr. 0f btNloa
and sizes In the Hciriilai-
fypw1 a"U 'S,-IC " '""
We Riiaranteo every part
and feature of "Water
man's Ideal" absolutely
perfee-t and will lefmid
toe. full purchabe price
vvithln 3u daja If not per
We want sou to feel ut
liberty, at all times, to
apply our expert knowl-
eogo iu tlio correction of
jour Kountain I'cp Ills.
The Hoskins Pen at U -i
U the bt valuo fur the money Jh I
and carrlea eur Arm guarantee tt -
Win. H. Hoskins Co.
tfiisraw:, Priuttn OJtcc f-uritwftcrj
904.906 Chestnut Street
Atrtiucu'b, 1710 N. BROAD
Opening Reception Tonight
Pop. Sat. Dance Tomor. Night
"N. B. T."
"Just once I bought a Suit
elsewhere than at Perry's!
Never again! I want and get
That's what a man wrote ;
to us the other da v. That's
the daily testimony wc get j.
iu many ways
We devote all our thougliti
all our time, all our ability
to producing lit, style, finish
in Suits and Overcoats a
nearly perfect as possible
At Pert A
And our policy and prao
tce for fifty-one years have
been "Alany sales, small
profits." $12, $15, $18, $20-
16th & Chestnut Sts.