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EVEHING LEBGER-PHILAPELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914.
PICTORIAL AND GRAPHIC SCENES OF INTERESTING HAPPENINGS AT HOME AND ABROAD
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Debutantes in parade at the Horse Show. Reading from left to right, they are Kathcrine Tenney, Jean Tillie, Huerta Potter. Edith Earle, Katherine Ogden
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MRS. EDWARD B. McLEAN
MISS JEAN AUSTIN ON GOLD LEAF
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MR. AND MRS. REED KNOX
A central figure at the Bryn Mawr Show.
REGINALD VANDERBILT JUDGING HACKNEY BROOD AND FOAL
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il TOPERS TREMBLE AT
MAYOR RIDDLE'S TALK
OF AWFUL "JAG LIST"
NEW JERSEY POLITICIANS
DISPLEASED BY PRIMARY
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FIRST PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE NEW POPE TAKEN DURING HIS CORONATION. THE POPE IS
SHOWN KNEELING BEFORE THE ALTAR IN THE SISTINE CHAPEL
Even Prohibitionists Are
Dum founded at His Pater
nalistic Stand Against
ATLANTIC CITV, N. J.. Sept. :.
Torn between a grim sense of duty and
a kindly desire to save many of his
I friends from a terrifying Incubus, Mayor
Itlddlo, who several days ago dum-
founded shore prohibitionists by declar
i Ing Atlantic City should have an offi
cial "Jag list," today resolved to leave
the question of Its establishment to his
associates In the City Commission.
Director of Public Safety Bartlett
and others of the ruling board do not
feel so strongly upon the subject ns
the thoroughly nroueed Mayor, and
doubt was expressed today as to whether
topers, whose frequent reappearances In
court stirred the Mayor's paternalistic
sense, have anything to fear. The "jais
list" can bo created only by ordinance.
The Prohibitionists, whom Mayor illd
dle heretofore fought tooth and nail,
are for It to a man. SaJoonlsts Bay the
proposal Is Socialism, running amuck.
Mayor Wddle wants It distinctly under
stood that his blow at the liquor mo
nopoly Is not aimed at PhlUdelphlans In
the slightest degree. Many of them agree
with him that Atlantic City should be
open on Sunday, and ha would not lose
their good will. Futhermore, under the
New Jersey law the official "Jag list"
tan apply only to those holding voting
residence in the city Strangers can
ilrlnk all they see lit, while natives eyo
OLD MAN PLUCKY PATIENT
ets Fhyslclans Sew Up Injured
Hand Without Anesthetic.
Andrew Gartone, 70 years old. Is one,
of the pluckiest patients that the physi
cians at the Samaritan Hospital have
treated for gome time.'
in."3 right band 'was ripped from the
r L the sma11 flnser today b
vv while be, was working at the mflt
of Martin AValrath, Park and Qlcnwood
avenues. Gartone cooly stopped the ma
chinery and started fur the hospital. Hi
refused an anesthetic while the ph si
clans sewed the wound,
OEEMAN GENERAL OUSTED
GENEVA, Sept. 24.
tteports reaching here from Berlin de
clare that the Kaiser has dismissed Gen
eral von Delmllng, the commander of the
Uerman extreme left In Alsace.
CARDINAL GIBBONS AT HOME
Prelate Returns From Meeting of
Cardinals In Rome.
BOSTON, Sept. Jl.-Cardlnals Gibbons
and O'Connell. who attended the cere
monies following the election of Pope
Benedict XV, arrived home today on the
White 8tar liner Canoplc.
Cardinal Gibbons will leae at once tor
-Cut Glass Special
Beautiful 10-inch Vase,
for this week
The Crystal Shop
102 North 10th Street bgg
;CUT GLASS BXCLVblVKLYss;
See No Improvement In Conditions,
Wittpen's Defent a Blow to His
TRENTON, N. J., Sept 2i. The pri
mary system of this State, which had
another tost In the election last Tues
day, is being severely criticised today
through the State, many politicians and
voters being of tho opinion the system
has not Improved conditions over the old
nominating conventions. It Is pointed
out that one effect of the primary method
has been the almost complete disorgani
zation of parties and the creation of such
bad feeling In the race for nominations
that legitimate campaign work is made
Ineffective. Most of the aspirants for
Congress In Tuesday's election, It Is said,
were men of low standing and mental
The failure of the Hudson County fac
tion, led by ex-Mayor H. Otto Wlttpenn,
of Jersey City, to nominate a majority of
candidates for county offices in that
county. Is interpreted by politicians as
being equal to his elimination as a pos
sible candidate of the party to succeed
Governor James P. Fielder.
LOCAL FIRE RECORD
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10:35441 Manton t.; Morris Itosm.
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1:26 Rfd Lion road and Buatleton pike;
n..cb,i!rn "J?."1 by Sarnusl FoBter...500O
o:.s Tulip and enango t. , dump. ...Trillins
Beautiful models In high grade
Watches for men who appreciate
something different from tho ordi
nary ' Smith's" special movements
fnmnus for durability and time
keeping $50.00 to $100.00
C. R. Smith & Son
Tlnrkft Mr--t lit 1Sh
I BLANK'S I
PEAS CREAM SAUCE
COFFEE, TEA OR MILK
BISCUITS AND BUTTER
PEACH ICE CREAM
J PEACH ICE CREAM g
i 1024-26 Chestnut Street 5
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but their value
has been brought
up in keeping with
such a shop!
VrS 1420 Chestnut St.
"Where only the best is sood enough."
Unless you've seen them,
you can't appreciate tho
cloth-values, the workman
ship, the character of cut,
style and making In them,
and only $12
Some time ago our American
cloth manufacturers were al
most panic-stricken over tho
expected foreign competition.
So they pulled themselves to
gether, set designers and weav
ers to work to beat anything
either they or Europe had ever
And they did it! They low
ered their prices to next to
nothing! Most makers of Suits
and Overcoats were in a coma
of fear; they wouldn't buy in
the face of a falling market!
Rut vrc jumped in, bought
fabrics, the finest in years at the
prices; then, suddenly, the
American market discovered its
supremacy, and up went the
We got at rock.hottom
prices the fine fabrics in
these $12 Fall Suits and Fall
Perry & Co., b. t;
16th & Chestnut Sts.