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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913,
PUSH INTO POLAND,
LOCAL CONSUL SAYS
Joining Germans, There,
Combined Force Drives
Russians Across Vistula in
The Atistto-Huiigntlnii nrmy lins pushed
Its way into Rtuslnn t'olntul. nccordlns
io an official communication received to
dny from tne Foreign Olllce In Vienna
at the Austro-Hungarinn Consulate In
this city. The official mcfl3neo says that
the Russians were defeated In a bloody
bntlle near the Vistula ltlvcr In the
vicinity of Crncon and were driven acros '
The Germans hac joined the Atistro
Hungarlan armies and are aiding them
against the Russians In this section. It
Js announced also that the combined '
Austrian and German forces have taken i
Bridghold, which Is about 16 miles over '
the. border Into Russian Poland. In
Gallcia tho statement says that the enemy
has been repulsed at Tarnobrzcff.
The official statement Is ns follows:
"Tho Russians have been repulsed In
nn nttompt to cross the Vistula, The
ustro-IIungarian and German forces nte
successfully flKhtlnR shoulder to shouhlor
In Russian Poland, where their sudden
advance seems to have completely sur
prised the enemy. Our forces have taken
Drldffhold. nc-ir Satitlumlr, about 111 miles
"Our advance Into Gallcla Is bcilii car
ried on systematically. A largo division
of Russian Infantry was lcpulsed by us
at Tarnobrzcs. Tho defeat of the enemy
In the Carpathians is -omplete."
MAYOR AND OFFICIALS WILL
VISIT STARR GARDEN EXHIBIT
Clever Handiwork of Children At
Mayor Blankenburg, Director Porter,
of the Department of Public Safety, mid
members of the Board of Education will
be guests of honor tonight at tho an
nual fall exhibition of work done by
children at the Starr Garden Recreation
Centre, Seventh nnd Lombaid streets.
The show was opened last night and
for several hours a record crowd of sight
seers Hied In and out of the building
where the handiwork of ungstors of
the section was on display.
Probably the most unique and clevei
exhibit Is a minlatuie Starr Gaiden, rep
resenting an entire summer's work of five
ambitious chlldien who constituted it.
The small pasfpbo.ird field Is dotted with
all tho necessary lecieatlnn parapher
nalia for a playground. The nrlous
pieces are constructed out of wood in
their minutest details.
Hammocks of ninny colors, baskets of
various shapes, millinery rallla, delicately
made furniture nets and .miniature straw
hats together with paper and linen bags,
needlework of fancy designing, ralnbow
hued paper butterflies, wood carvings and
clay models constitute part of tho work
executed by children.
Tonight the Boy Scouts of Troop P3
will pass In review before scout master"!
and perfoim a series of lightning drills.
Their exhibit Is comprised of skins of
animals and knotted ropes. Th Camp
Fire. Girls will hold little talks on the
R-nrk done In their summer camps.
'"he staff of Instructors at Starr Gar
den is composed of Miss A. n. Glndar,
Miss Kdna T-aughlln, Miss Elisabeth
"Walsh, Miss Martha B. Henderson,
Peter Schmld and William Ruff.
ptr-r the qWaJoK i
j 0C Urchin anV rrWh and gentleman, citizen good and thief,' Xv 1&QK
I jSo lj Banishing wbesVoMhe everyday, forging ahead of grief ; Ci-oflftV
W J.a Shiver without Mhewall today who love the great game most, iCL-f
W lMw8it? GIad of thc cnanfcc to stand and wait, the vanguard of the host.
f (nTOvaSlv MS frSiv?r WrA uf
ll V Hark to thc wondrous yarns they spin, as night gives -way to dawn, X xc"wi ' I
L-'! .... . ...... ... . ,.. A. eTrs 1 1
t ) ) Of Collins or baker or Harry up ana tnrce 01 tnsir icuows on, fV;n?i2y. 3L1 I
CA Of the whiplikc crack when a swing connects and a swiftly sailing ball, "M vi '
USl Far up over thc fielders' heads, up and over the wall. f0d---JsL
pJJ A .j. y I Hark to the talk of thc waiting line, in a rising, falling drone, J
i2sr)r7y TpvSw Where the games are fought out play by play e'er ever a ball is thrown; (5"7 ; '
V-i) ) IiWa Where the final score may never change but list to thc rooters' crow "e ' '
I l ftVv3 "Bender and'Plank and Bush and then Bender, and four in a row." I
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50,000 PERSONS ATTEND .
THE YORK COUNTY FAIR
Headquarters of Political Parties
Mecca for Many Visitors.
YORK. IM . Oct. S. With an estimated
attendance of RO,01 persons and every
thing In full swing, Hie York fair was
In Its glory today.
While the weather continued cloudy,
the day Is Ideal for the throng. All ln
tomlng and sperl.il regulur trains on
the several rnllioads from Lancaster,
tlarrisburg ami various points in south
ern Pennsylvania and Maryland, brought
thousands of lsitors. Fnrniem In this
flection have had nn exceptionally
prosperous year nnd they laid aside their
work with the determination to enjoy the
sights without regard In the weather
trill. The Hrge and clean midway was a
Mrfi-1 of .irtlvlty for the rovl. and the
showmen and other concesslonlsts were
nble to replenish their coffers after two
das of slack business. T,wo autodromel
were tho most patronized attractions. Pol
iticians' Day was observed, and the hend
iltiartm's of the several political parties
uern frfuented by many of the visitors.
I-'alr ofllelals took extra precaution to
prewiit the fakers hero In hordes from
walking to the financial lois of the peo-
1 pie, and "stiiM", games were excluded
fiom the grounds.
The premium winner In the fruit, live
stock, poultry and othr departments
were all announced yesterday afternoon,
nnd the successful exhibits were Inspected
with much Interest. In the main building
there Is shown everything that Is to be
found In domestic art, and tho York
County womn have won additional laurels
for their handiwork.
Thc first night fair held by the so
cletv proved a success nnd will be re
peated tonight. Tomorrow many of tho
visitors to tho State Firemen's Conven
tion at Harrlsburg. tre expected here.
Officials of the llagcrstown, Lancaster,
Tlmonluni ami Belalr fair were enter
tained by the local fair managers.
T. M. C. A. BIBLE CLASS
Kngland at the earliest convenient tlm.
It was announced by Theodore A. Fox,
3301 Walnut street, chairman of tho com
mittee, this morning, that tho fund Is now
about li"iO0. Among recent contributors
are Rolurl Lewis. $1000; the Gerinantown
British-American Beneficial Association,
JlOfiO; "A Friend," $lfn-. Miss R. M Mont
OHIO TOWN FIRE SWEPT
Extension Work Inaugurated by the
Extension Bible class work Is being
Inaugurated In the North Branch V. M,
C. A. this week. There are to he classes
for grninmar and high school boys, for
boy in the mills of that section and for
Boy Scouts nnd "young converts." It Is
also planned to have dinner Bible classes
for the training of teachers, Sunday
morning and Friday night classes, and
Instruction for personal workers.
This work Is In charge of the JCorth
Philadelphia Institute, of which C. O.
St. John is the director. The Rev. Dr.
Frederick W. Farr, pastor of Bethlehem
Baptist Church, will conduct the first
Friday night class tomorrow evening.
BRITISH BELIEF FUND GROWS
'ontrlbutlons are still pouring into the
British National Relief Fund for the aid
of the families of English sailors and
soldiers and for tho Belgian refugees in
England. The funds will be forwarded to
Bellealre Sends for Outside Help In
BEM.UAIRE, O, Oct. S-Flie today
destro.ned the Ohio Milling Cnmi,anv s
plant here with a loss of 31 on'i, and
spread to a half dozen other buildings,
Including the Baltimore and Ohio station
An appeal for aid was sent to tho
Wheeling, W, Va., fire department in an
effort to prevent a general conilngrntion.
McCOACH WINS S450 SUIT
A verdict for City Treasurer Mm oaeh
was given yesterday In the suit of Wil
liam S. P. Shields, a contractor, agamsi
him as ft subcontractor on one of tbe
former's municipal operations and aga .'
his 1-ondsmen, the Notional Puiet ',
Shields' claim was for $4W, the 1 . t "f
pipe hangings ho was compelled t -i, -
on the Vine street w harf. McCoa 11
tended tbat the bangers he had pi" "I
on the pier were up to tho standard 1 1 is
the court proved to be the case
sronn opexs 8.30 a. jr. a.d closes at iuo p. m. ;
HA TS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE
Morocco grain with
3- nnd 4-pece fit
tings. Nickel, ffllt
wnimr sr hide
-""" ' 't-'R RIG ItMSTVUU.lVf nEST OF IJV13TlYTtllK
S-rure oii mii'h nicer
premium than ou get
with an other -tninps
The ft r- of better q'nl
m an I In greater m-rl-tv
Double fi,,pt hrrr in
tlir Mot ti in
AT LOWEST lniCI rifTII FLOOR
We're Chief Suppliers of Men's High Grade, Correct Style Outer Apparel
at Moderate Prices
"Frankel Fifteen" Clot
The Suits and Overcoats With
out a Peer in the Whole
Country at Their Price . .
BRUFflBAUGH GIVES STRONG
PLEDGE OF FAIR PLAY
DIRECTOR LOEB PRAISES
FIGHT FOR TAXPAYERS
POLICE REPORT ROBBERIES
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
Detectives on Xookout for Gangs of
Thieves Now in Town.
Robberies committed In nearly every
xectlon of Philadelphia, In some instances
tinder the very noses of the police, ar
today keuping special policemen from
many station houses on the lookout for
l'ilvs, some of whom ar Known by
II lr work to be wanted In many cities.
Residents of the downtown, northwest
and northoast sections suffered particu
larly at the hands of crooks. Jewelry,
crocetfes and tobacco comprise the larg
est part of the loot taken from house
holders. Frank Sllters, alias Frank "Wagner, a
jniroiea pusoner, j.o aansom stuet. wan
held In J500 ball by Magistrate Campbell,
rharjed with stealing jewelry and a W
nyola near Ills home.
A charge, of assault and battery In
addition to that of larcenv was lodged
against William Rleward, Frankford avo
mw, nar Huntingdon street, who nas
arraigned before Magistrals Campbell
and held 111 J400 ball for court, rhorged
with attempting to steal shoes from Mor
ris Redman. 315 D stieet. and attacking
Mrs. Redman when she objected.
The charge that cigarettes and money
wre stolen from the atore of Mr Jen
nie dl Holly, Thirteenth and Kimball
hreets, cauied Magistral Coward to hold
Frank Comlnlco. Carlisle street below
Whnj-ton. In JC00 hall for court. Comlnlco
wss captured after a chase, of several
Mocks by Polioeman t.amb. of the Pev
enth and Carpenter streets station.
rrauk J. Miller, no hume. nas held in
KM hall for a furllir hearing bermA
Magistrate Grells. charceH n-lll, .(.nil,,-
harness from the st;ibl of George Runi
ley. 1ftlj nidge avenue The harness was
Thieves hmke Into th home nf Mr.
E M. McpnnaM, 171! .lacKson street, and
tnlo Jewelry talued at Nl
Forcing an entrance through a hack
window, a burglar pntered tho home nf
Mrs. Gustavna Porter and stole Jewelry
and slUeruara valued at J3X).
The drug tnr of Edward S. Toners.
Thirteenth street and Ridge avenue, was
robbed early toda of toilet ni tides and
drugs valued at several bundled dollars.
Fielder CalU Congressional Primary
TRENTON. Oct. S -Governor Fielder
today Issued a pioclamation railing for
the holding of s. special primary and later
special election on the. dates of No
vember II and Pecember 1, respectively,
to nil the, unexpired term of Congressman
Walter L McCoy, of the. Ninth District,
who has resigned big seat to accept A
pUc upon th Supreme. Court beiuh of
tb Distrlrt of Columbia at tho hands of
tha President. The Ninth RUtrlct num.
prises Orange. Kast Orance and six tc.ir.ij
Stands on His Record as Guarantee
of His Purpose.
YORK Pa , Oct. S.-Hundrcds of farm
ers from tho surrounding country lis-
tencd to Dr. Martin G. Rrumb.mgh. the I
Republican nominee for Governor, pledge
u siiiain deal for Pennsyhaiihi at the 1
A oik County Fair hcie this morning And 1
these sturdy citizens from the rural dis
tricts not onlv listened, but with their
enhuslastlc npnluUBo they told Doctor
Rrumbaugh that thoy were for him.
Doctor Ri-umbnugh with the campaign
party arrived hero lute last night by au
tomobile from Uast Berlin, whore thc
night meeting was hold. ISailier In thc
day Doctor Rrumbaugh made a short ail
cliesh to the students at Gettysburg Col
lege. "What t ask l a snuaie deal and fair
play." he declaied In his addiess last
night." which is tho right of every liv
ing man, nnd 1 do not like, after living
an open life uith the children of this
Commonwealth and servln? for 3i yeurs
as a teacher, when under tho law a
man must be moral and temperate to
bold.n eertlfh at mitrli less to super
vlv a school 1 do not like nnv man to
challenge! my stundards and my nttitiule
on a moral question In Pennsylvania,
you will find mo square for the thing
I have alwavs stood for, and I want
heie tonight to mako them so plain that
no man can find mv position an excuse,
for doing a nasty malignant, unchari
table tiling In Pennsylvania."
Oortor llriimbnugh mid members nf hli
party while In this clt.v wero guests of
Daniel V. Uitonn. Hepuhlican r-andldate
fur Cmigres-nt-large. The Republican
r.indidnte for Governor vlened the ! com
psnles of vnlunteet llrenien, lompilslng
the York Cminl I'iiemen's Association,
as the men In uniform, with hands of
music, matched to Llio Pennsjlvaula Rail
rudd Station tiipinorning. en routH to
Harrlsburg t(ipartlclpat In the Ktnlo
firemen's parade. Tho procession was
headed by Mavoi John R, Ulfean, ex
Major Jacob K. Weaver, prosldent of tho
iiafcociation; Feli S Rontuel. BupBrinlen
dont of the Department of Public Rafetv :
tne Rev. S II Kteln, chaplain of tho
York deportment, and fllv Electrh Ian
Him 1 en Faotnaelit
The campaigners were much Impressed
with the One anpenranee of the firemen.
As the Hex liuckmen passed the part
Doctor Rrumbaugh repelled the wont
"Hex." and .ald that U (ln.
llenn Ilnuek, the leieran Secretary nf
Internal Affairs, greeted reieral peison
who had been pupils of his In his earls
days aa a school teacher
If the first and second nrtlcles of
"The Hands of L'snu." published In the
1'vGN'i.va I.nmiRn on Monday nnd
Wednesday evenings, are sample of
what Is to follow, the "Organization"
will receive an unexpected jolt in Its
ntlemot to strangle ,;ood government.
I vvlh a copy of tho Kvbnino
I.EUQKit containing these articles of
enlightenment of the political condi
tions of Philadelphia and thc "gang"
methods to retain power could be dls
tilbutcd to every home. In Philadel
phia. Articles of this sort, given the propet
publicity In a prominent newspaper.
are tho heavy siege suns which play
havoc with the enemies of good gov
ernment and the weapons which they
dread so much.
Statement of Herman I.oeb,
Director of Department of Supplies.
PRESIDENT TO INDORSE
PALMER FOR SENATOR
M'CORMICK VISITS WORKERS
Arrives at Electrical Storage Co. En
at 6:30 This Morning.
Motoring to the plant of the Electric
Storage Company, at Nlnetentli Mreet and
Alleshenv nvenue, Vance MiCormlrk.
Democratic and Washington party nomi
neo for Governor, shook hands with 15C0
emploves this morning. .Mr. McCormlck
was accompanied by William Draper
Mr. McCormiok arrived at the entrance
of the F.lectrlo Storngo Company at tl:r,o
ociock mis morning, lie rciiinlm;d there
for M minutes. As the men filed Into
tim yarn no greoted him. Many
employes cheered the candidate.
At noon Mr. McCormlck addiensed tho
workmen at the Dlsslon Saw Works, Ta-cony.
Democrats Will Discuss Pennsyl
vania Campaign Tonight.
WASHINGTON, Oct. S-Plans for the
Democratic campaign In Pennsvlvana
and other Eastern States will be tormii
Inled at a White Ifnuse confi-renco to
night between President Wilton, Post
master General Burleson. Hopiewent it'o
Doremus, chairman of the Demociauc
Congtcsslonnl Committee; Thomas J.
Pence, of the Democratic National Com
mittee, nnd Secietary J. P. Tumulty.
According to the present plan. Secre
tary of the Trcasuty MtAdoo and Secre
tary of Commerce Red field are thc only
Cabinet ofllcors who will bo sent Into the
Keystone Stale. Secretary of State
Hryan piobably will not bo assigned to
any campaigns In the East, with the
single exception of his speech in Brook
lyn next Tuesday night.
Piesldont Wilson is taking a Keen In
terest In the campaign In rentusylvaiiU
and probably will issue a strong In
dorsement uf tho candidacy of A. Mitchell
Palmer for the Cntted States Senatj
within the next fow days.
Bitten by n Mad
DORPKNTOW.V. N. J., oct. S.-Ueorgo.
Paneontt. oinplnvoi in a grocerv stole
here, had occasion to go Into the stole
cellar this morning, nliero ho was at
tacked bv a stinngn mad cat. uhlnh t.i
of the I him badly on the leg.
Their makers give a guarantee, good as
1 a ,"ew one nn' garment that falls.
i liey also aim to please every taste and
age and calling
their bond, to replace
to provide styles adaptable to everv
English-Cut Suits with narrow trousers, shaped coats & patch pockets.
Other Suits no less expressive of style but of more restricted line.
'(fnlf.8.0 are ''fullJ', tailored from navy serges. Tartan checks. English overplaid.
fancy worsteds nnd striped BUltlngs.
The Overcoats are in the smartest new semi-fitting, conservative and
loose Balmacaan fashions.
Mnde up In fine navy blue and black kerses and imported worsteds, mostlv silk
lined, nl:.o In chinchillas, rich heather mixed Scotch coatings & plald-back mml-ns
Men's Smart $15 Suits & Overcoats, $Q
Clothing ivhose every detail is far superior to the special price ashed
English and Conservative Style Suits.
Double-Breasted and English-Cut Overcoats.
Thev are in the most fashionable Fall and Winter textures and colors All sizes
Boys' Winter Suits & Overcoats : Splendid Values
$5.00 Kinds, $2.98 $7.50 Kinds, $4.98
16.00 Kinds, $3.98 $10.00 Kinds, $7.50
The most fashionable materials made up into suits
of Russian. Sailor, Norfolk and Knickerbocker
"''i- iiiauy nun extra pair or trousers), also the
newest fashions In
to 15 rears
SE'-OND FLOOR :TH
eeferg and owivoats Sif
NTi M V.RKI T SI?
rAlMER DOWNTOWN TONIGHT
Cleveland District Directors Nnruwl
WASHINGTON. Oct S -D i wills. tt
"Bellevue, Pa ; I, If. Treadway. of rieve-
Und. Ohio, and II P Wolfe, of Colum
bus. Ohio, today ere soled,! hv u,
federal Reserve Hoard as class C. or
Buverning directors for the tlrvvlaud
1'iairici sir. WIIU was deslgiwtcd fi d
ral Resene Auent and i'lMirm ,.r i,
boird of directors: Mr Treadway, ijcij.
u ty Federal Itciiri,- al-phi onrf i-
chairman, and Mr. Wolfe, director.
City Rcelved $873,667.74 fn Week
Rvo-lpU of tli itv Trea.urei-M otB.-e
.-'.'" yk eiiduu. est,idd aui.iuiited
"'" in" pdwiKiits wei, JsC,., 4M, :j
BREWER ASSAILS PINCH0T
Accuses 3m of ''Lying" in IUb De
nuncintiQii of Penrose.
RPR ANTON, Pa.. Oct. S.-Whilft de
nouncing Pmirose at a shop merlins held
here yesterday, Ullford Plnehot. Wash
Instcin party candidate for I'nlled States
S"nator, was availed and accused of
"lung" by Prank Uecker, nwuaRer f
a lueiveiv in this nation. Plnchnt's m
laisiiineut of Peijiusii was no m utblns
that Becker, hu lb a Penrose worker,
made ait attempt 10 break up the in, et
lug. lie sas shouted donti, booster, to
the accompaniment of ells of '"The
Brcupr's Hl Horses." a Rllly Sunda
The interruption c.me at a meeting
at the tSctranton rtult and Nut Works
Mr. Pliu-hoi aldresed uioro ihun liuo
Sunday school workers at the afternoon
esston of tha tilafv tfniiduy Si'houl As
sociation. Fi ank f.e ler U man.tRei of
the t.aikavwinna Urswin romijai and
lollcctor for tUa IVnn j h jnio. Dreaing
Will Tell First Ward Voters Whnt
The Oemocratlc campalsn party will
visit the First Ward and address a Dem
ocratic rally and citizens' tiKetitiK tonight
at O'Neill's Ilnll. fourth and Reed streets
immediately after the mnetliiff of Urn
Paluier-McCormirk I.epuo t'lly Com
mittee The First Ward Palmer-Mcfontilck
League has invited eer- rltlien of the
ward, remtrdlees of their political beliefs
to attend and hear A. Mitchell Palmer'
Democratic nomine fnr L'ulted States
Senator, tell what Penrose snd PnroeJsm
have done In Pennsj Ivania. Other speak
ers rlll be Vaneo t McCormlck, Detno
cnillc nominee for Ciovenior; Roland S
Morris, Uemocratle State chairman; Law
rence K. McCmsiin, candidate fur Repr.
sentntlve from the First nistrlrl, Hh.,.v.
n Woscutt. Paul M Wintrob and Richard
Youths Chnrged With Auto Thefts j
Robert Horter, ;i years old, I3M Colum- I
bla avenue, and William Smith 10 je.rs
old, 1113 llreen street, were hold In J1V
bnil In Magibtrate Renshaw this m'm,e I
on tho --barKe of steallnR two aut..mo-
bilen The machliirs. ai-cnrdlng to the
noli.e l,.lonSed to Muthland Bottom-.. I
x'l Walnut street aii Hoaeit White
.')H North Hollynoed btieet -mie,)
STAN. V. HENKELS
Auction Coniniission .Merchant
for ihr Sale of Honki, Aiiliiaraphi
Kngiai.itai. I'ainlluiit. CotK, Etc.
Autograph Letters & Documents
ronJU.I) DV THE
Hon. Garret J. W. 'room,
AP 'I'RBNTV'N. NKtt lEnSFT
And I-'roin Other Sources
Slam lmrrtant letter of the tsisneri of (lis
lMarallin of Iiideiiiiiic-e Uemheri of
mo ..i-i .'ti;rrs9 uni rniltllj(trnal
ufTi-ri nf tha nviut(iii, Pr.Wnt ef in.
t nitel SUt inenl9 In :h i mi ur
Ng fifflrer, ril.hiip nf the P. B '
I'hun'h. iVIonUI 4loinora lurtns
ll'st-cmou. Authors tm
MANY UF TUB LKTTKntf AttK HP anBAV
IIISTORIl'AI. lM.nTNi.'r; AS TO
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Oetotvr "th. lO-i
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Save You Four;
Dollars, for Theyj
ITe Doubt if Better Value in S en. , i'p-to-tlie-Minute If 'omen's audi
Misses' Apparel Have Ever Been Offered Thae Suits Are Butt
One Example. $
SKETCH SHOWS THEIR VERY GOOD STYLE
They are tailored from cheviot and diagonal, in green, brown, blue, black?
and the lighter, dressier shade of Holland blue. ;
Coats are 45-inch Redingote effects with wide belt, tuxdo revers and high J
flaring collar. Skirts are in very smart stvles. sidenlaitod on tn rlorn vni?
r r - fc- r rl 4-1 1 a t 4 " T
itIIU 1.1 IIUIIICII llll UULIUIIS.
$15.75 Top Coats at
OF fins b'Otvii Holland blJe l.a K nav
blue and drab prlihle cheviot jnd rich
Kncllsh mixtures some prai tical mannish
slvle others in drsv Redins.te favhion
$S Serge Dresses
prveial ir onp mat unoAins snnn
leeef and unleiski" hi a d I tmiid
edces. iiikeiln level, nhite IVrcihn.
nrs cr hni i, n
ATLANTIC CITY N.J.
rro!Je a limnii . f omrui and eai
ml1t chaii ie V i mv r-jn .itnt tht
haj ii4bdliti U tij in Meal -i-ioro
borne Plr-' l uu 1(19 on.n fro t
U l IKU F nrziiT.
Value That Set Xew
Lou-P rii e Reco rds
NOMrNATINS nSTJTJONS FILED
THKNTON, Oct a -Four tiwnlnuting
p.titloiix (or I'ongn is wort; tlld todax
nitli the Soi'rtur of State b oiudldat.
on the ScutelUn-l.iboi uuJ the Nattonal
I'rnhlbltkui tU'Uets In the Fourth, Sevi-ulh
ami Twelfth lUatrtvt". The caudlUates
Hit us pt'tltLuiuB aie: Nicholas H Barrett. '
Tinton, Nation il-l'iuhlbitliiii Fourth
I4 Sv r" -r J., '
lllrict Jume I'. i krr, et -
ili'iitl t'l'ihlbitiun i;ih lut i
J.lRri Mdvt'l b l.tlii I
In In 1 T "rr rhiiiio i.
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The Old British Convict Ship SUCCESS
1 he Hid., Ship float (lamuhed iltto . I unil Only
buriUor of Fncland'a 1'rrrible Hret of "Ocean Hells''
Now at Market Street Wharf, Phila,
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ni hip tirritt niiuiuu lipobllliiu
This Wonderful Vessel Has Made History
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bne ii ins oUeat uhlp In tha orli ml the
ji-f,d(ul Ftet ot HelU" which .all.-il the ir.i u Si'ja 111 IT!
bbe la utuhumrd after all tbae yean, tioihliis t.Wng , nu
ant inir euntrinns rrom in iruoltlfa an 1 1.., , 1... n, ,. u . r 1 -1
L-pon tb m Aborii bar now arc abna. lu their i laruitti .f,tre - I
the ain-aa dunstona and 'uodamu4 -ell ib Hluppinfi p,iat mi
u.jaa I. a. lha bra.udtcg lluna tb luulablnrnt bulla lh IfiJpii
tipped mi o" nlne-ialla. lha cofllo bath und ib wbr Hen 11 ti
luvent!"na nf man'a bruiAlity to his fallow uiaa
1U romict Ship la llsbted, ibrougbout hh lacincny
t)in lo lha ljblic Dally from 8 M to 10 I' l
Market St, Wharf TJ' Philadelphia
Ailiuiloo. lurludins Setilett of a dulde od l.rrlurrr fn
Not J S'"1 ho t5 beara-4 alracl ffoiu tba
P'T bj 3nS planks
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man frrtzht I
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lines at Oi7C
Snniflhlnic like IIOOO yards In nil
rtrnliiK anil alrrct ahndeal alan
uhltr, lirj ami hlai'U. a. lery
moolh. fine iifuir, iillh rich, bril
'HOc Wool-Face I "7 1
Remnants of 2"ic lo 50c in
Drapery Materials. . . wc
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$1.50 Silk Poplins
f.ibri. for dresses ete
.ible tutors, also black
He.iuiif'il rlne quality In newest
plum hli.ide.s. also thlt an.l Mark
and i haiiKeabl,. i-oniblnatlom. 35
Sl.50 Black Paillette
In So inch w ullh Soft flntsb. with
n .diutii lustre
$2 Satin Charmeuse, $1.75
to li . hea wide HiBhli lusnoul sur
face Ula K white and colms
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SI Rex Oil Mop and a
25c Bottle Sani- fiQ
R-enic Floor Oil vJiC
Mups have han.llea (hat fold fla'
fur rea.-hins under furniture anil
allutt full surfaie o loin Ii aru
ole. heviU pad. led so as not to
$1.25 Ironins: Board, S9c
On atnd stronglt ma.le- fobls
up into small spate
75c Aluminum Covered
bauce Tan, 14 qt. .
$2.50 Oil Heaters, 1.98
Aimer burner, odorlesa
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! Lace and Knibrojdei
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pie e or eer v
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Axmin- $1 o QC I
Ruffs... -lo.yo j
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Worsted tarn In all wanted culora
titan tilatn u.av iiit. ..n...i ,
lar and patch po. k.-is Slse Zi to t
$2.50 Roller Skates, $1.25
uiiut.a lot or 'BUn li.struus
hi-h pile. Suit S 3xii. s feet
$2,25 Chocolate $
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