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EVENING LEDGER- PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, tfANTJARY 7, 1016.
i RATE INCREASES
ller to Thousands of Com-
fmUfcrS U1VCS 10 vjnuer-
litand Compromise Tariffs
re Not Satisfactory.
L unexpected developments In the
"terr between tne rniiroaas ana
'"""".r; into effect by the
teW'H..a entering Philadelphia, to-
erved to complicate matters still
irlhT. t,.,utl Capvlrn Rom.
Th reimsi'ivanm u-iv - - -
& on in Harrl.burg wad. public an
on written by Prof. Emory It. John-
Tm. .. 1 4h decision of the com-
iMiicd December M, which atlowa
jylon Iuea " ., ..tnntl In.
rflTPMBU VI .. -
railroads io ih
r ... i. vlororous opposition
Suburban and business men's assocla-
pWfc , -llnr1 Irt n rlrftli-
WM ';: thousands of commuters
""AY. Mtv hv George W. Boyd, gen-
Miienger traffic manager or tne
l P""...;Lik. rved not co to tho
nWanK. iW. railroad will mako a vlg-
lBU iihi for establishment of tho rate
rw orWnally sous"1 in place of
"" . Increase granted by the
K a -.!7-i!fie-.,.r ln,0
fBoth of !!.- :""." befa
t? Amission In Harrlsburg tomorrow.
M eo'm,I"r" . fhv will have unon
. Jnt wimi .-.,,. of th8 commls-
fca budbw". ---- commutrs
en is w"1"- '" "" "
WW' . ,... mtmffii
i LETTER A "(iuuraiuui """'''
Ijtfwln K. Abbott, one 01 v -- -
bmws who will appear oh .. .
be commuters, tins monmiB i...-i.-
A tho letter sent out. Dy mo -chhm-...
nllroad as a "colossal bluff" and
U subterfuge of tho railroad to blind tho
Upl9 tnd confuso mo mam iouo ...
. Imaring tomorrow"
IThe opinion prepared by Commissioner
fehnton, however, m nui "'"".'"..
Emlncance. ItJs generally agreed that
Li -iinn pnmo ns dlroct result of the
Widespread condemnation of tho com
blMlon's action In granting the railroads
&.,, infcrmatlon of tho rate ruling,
Eld the subsequent flght of tho com
puters fr tnB removui u. mo oi.w.o
I Whether or not wo v-ominmaiuuc.o -uu-
Hder themselves jusiinea Dy iur. jumi-
en's explanation ana nccoruingiy wm
. j ..L.Klnniil tnmnrrnnf VkV
innuencsa uiiwioi.iuinjr """"" -
h action againsi uiem uj- u.o
huters Ib one Question wnicn is puzzling
he attorneys. In this regard tnoy ae-
ilire It Is particularly signwcani mat
he Pennsylvania Kaiirona jusi prior to
ha hearing should malto it known that
: Intends to right for tne estaDiisnmcni
! the Increases originally sougni.
OUSTING FIGHT TO CONTINUE.
I The fight to oust tho commission will
continued, the commuters say, until
full and satisfactory explanation has
teen made and until the mntter has
en Investigated by a committee of tho
Itate Senate. With tho announcement
hit Doctor Brumbaugh upon his In
auguration tvlU take up tho charges
Ijalnst the commissioners, the commuters
acutely know what brand of Justice
br are to expect in Harrlsburg to
The opinion from Kir. Johnson Is
ref&ced by an explanation that the order
Ihsnglng the proposed new fares was
nsde In such haste. In order to make
It known before the new fares became
ISeetlVB, that It was Impossible to formu
late a written opinion as tcj the reasons
Wh .V Ub l.llll illllD.
The lour attorneys who will represent
as unuea iiuslness Men s Association
a commuters' Association before the
Commission tomorrow will leave for Har-
ninurg this afternoon,
f Mr. Abbott, chief counsel for the com
muters, today cXDlained that he will
k for an extension of tha time limit on
p-trip tickets from nix months to one
rear, for the establishment of faro zones
In order that the commuters will not be
po naro hit by the VA cents per mile rate
fcwls and that the 100-trlp ticket be made
Besides Mr. Abbott there will appear tho
oiipwing attorneys: Edward B. Martin,
SVllllam S. Ooorxsr and Matthmv nandall.
tU commuters are confident that the
Mmmlaslon will either jrrant their re-
tesjts or else order an entire rehearing of
BILLY SUNDAY," NEW DRINK;
AND IT HAS "PEP" IN IT
Uder Version of It Ib Sold In the
Tiertfs a new drink In town. It's the
;"8IHy Sunday," and can be taken either
'I? temperance or antl-Umperanoe form.
The "Billy Sunday" Is on sale In the
4ir stores and Is announced on the
"Mid menu aa "Blllle Sundae." while
sune drink In more, violent form la
J at the thirst places which do not
t the approval of its namesake.
" nt.Umperance "Billy Sunday" is
1 Hie- In a number of unlnnns neap th
btmacle. It Is composed of a little
randy, c dash of vermouth, a couple of
" of benedlctlne, a small piece of
-B4. fllially. a dash of pd nanoer.
iTTb Jrnpr." said tha bartender, with
1 '"Ink. "is in keeping with the idea.
Biota of our customers say that "Billy"
fKWng It too hot for there, We add
assaoaictlne because H seems to glva
r UDNltlH ...
twnpranca "BIllls Bundad" U not
tt&MVoui, tittle plain soda and oipt
iMt lCA Orttftm n .1(m Amnr
f of pineapple and. three red
The cherrlea are to remind tha
-!? that sin Iurkn Avitpvwh.rA and
Tea; color Is to show that none of
good that we can't be a llttla
WWAY GIRL SURRENDERS
i W t Hagerrtowu, Comes io City
ftw d to Beunx Howe,
lI Slier, 17 veara old. whrus home U
t'5town Md., several days ago
I ..?; tlrtil nf IV,. hnm.ihln of hM
lt UUs sa,e" wa among the ahab-
Efe... . r""""w. ..w t,w,w r --
w today befora Magistrate Cqw-
Xiia tA Anil nhrldlUn alrutH t.
aa SUIrnr4.rji ti.rtf.lr ffltA lAjlt
a the pollca.
uer, rather of the girl, was m
tola Magistrate Coward, that
o tamer ot ntna cnuaren uv
': oris of them was. porlocwy
remain under JJ guardian-
2trl weut ami nromiaad to ra
Hr!-t9wa SJio aJ4 that shf
House committee moves
to prepare njwy for war
Favors Strategy Bureau and ? 1,000,
000 for Aeronautics.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.-Tho creation of
a bureau to be composed entirely of naval
officers, whose duty will be to establish
and maintain a fixed 'poller of stratcgr
and preparedness for war for tho fleet
virtually was assured .when the House
Naval Affairs Committee In executive scs
slon yesterday adopted lteprcscntatlvo
Hobson's Ideas concerning this departure
in American naval affairs.
In addition tho committee agreed to an
appropriation of Jl.OOO.OOO for naval nero
naullcs and 11,000,000 for torpedoes. The
aero appropriation Is mora than three
times tho amount annually passed by
Naval officers who have been watching
tho progress of the bill In committee wore
delighted with tho adoption of the pro
posed legislation establishing the Bureau
of Naval Operations. Hepresentattvo
Hobson last night said It was n "great
pleco of constructive legislation ami
would put the United States navy further
ahead In naval sclcnco than anything that
could bo done by Congress at this time."
ECONOMY IN STATE
Delaware's Executive in
Message to General As
sembly Deplores System
DOVER, Del., Jan. 7. Members of the
Delaware Legislature assembled In Joint
session today to receive the biennial mes
sage of Governor Miller. Tho message wns
ready for reading on Tuesday, when the
Legislature convened, but a clash be
tween the eight Democratic and nine no
publican members of the Senate, result
ing In two partisan Senate meetings
simultaneously In one chamber, delayed
(In tr.nnitmlKftlfm until 72 hours after tho
til time ,n the history
Ul UIO OIUIQ llltll 1 UUVUIllUl liCIDUMUl.jr
appeared beforo legislators and delivered
an executive renorL
A rigid policy of economy, enforced by
dwindling revenues, was advocated uv the
nnwrnnr. Ha sucrcested an Innovation In
tho appointment of a Joint committee to
confer with him over matters of appro
nogardlng legislative expenditures, ho
Under the practice now In force In
this Stato thoro exists no check upon
tho expenditure of each House for the
running expenses of tho two branches,
neither Is there any limit to the
amount of money each House can ap
propriate for Its own contingent ex
penses. In this State thero being no bud
get and no fixed appropriation made
for iho contingent expenses of the
General Assembly, there Is conse
tures. Governor Miller emphasized he was not
Kcnklnrr to tresuass upon legislative pre
rogatlvos, but was prompt In making this
suggestion In tho Interest of economy
for the present session- and establish a
precedent for following oneB.
Much of the message was devoted to a
dlsousslon of educational progress In the
State. He favored consolidation of rural
nrhnols. in order to bring these districts
to maximum efficiency. The rural school
evil, with its one-teacher system, ho
pointed out, was the root of Delaware's
tnrillnesa In education.
tt. mivocated an aDProprlatlon for
-,. of indigents, an appropriation of
icnnn fnr Delaware oxhlblt at the
ranama-Facino Exposition: erection of a
tablet in Independence Hall in Phlladel-
phlt In commemoration of Caesar Rodney;
.. iinirn.m nintn lnivfl! amend-
ment of primary laws under which all
primaries would be held on the same day:
a legislative drafting and referenca
bureau for drafting bills: increasing mo
strength of the mllltta to War Depart-
inr. invM nrovidlnff for good
roads and their maintenance: general in
corporation Jaws ror towns, umw in
surance and banking laws, and weights
- . ........ low.
ana ihcaou.v. . ....
The Democratic Senators Indicated they
still retained some or ine ouiernosa pi
the bipartisan clash when they returned
to their chamber after the reading of
Senator Furnlss charged that some on
had tampered with Bergeant-at-arms
Gregg, causing the latter to disobey
orders of the Senate. Ho explained ,that
Gregg failed to return tho ballot-boxes
yesterday. The Democrats wished an
explanation from Gregg, but tha Repub
licans tabled the motion.
The Democrats were successful In hav
ing the Senate Journal corrected, Clerk
Ball, Republican, admitting he had
brred In conjecturing that eight Demo
crats had voted when a viva voce voto
had been taken.
MAYOR WRITES TO SUNDAY
ExpresaaB Regret Ho VTaB Not In
When Evangelist Called.
"Billy" Sunday received today the fol
lowing letter from Mayor Blankenburs
expressing regret that he was not In his
office on Monday afternoon when Mr,
and Mrs. Sunday called:
My Dear Mr. Sunday-I regret ex.
(eedinaly my absence from the office
when you and Mm. Sunday did ma
the honor of calling. My absence waa
caused by Illness. I expect to leave
for Aahevllle. N. C to stay a couple
of weeks tomorrow afternoon, and
shall havo to defer the p!eaeurj of re
turning your call until my return.
In tho meanwhile, accept roy best
wiihea for yourself and Mrs. Sunday
diirtmr yo5r aun the City of Broth-
erwithVkindest regards from Mrs.
Blankenbunr and myeelf to you and
Mrs. Sunday, I am
vary jhw f
BTOBH DAMAGE ON COAHX
ATIiANTA, Ja' I. .-"-""- -- 1"-
communication today after laat night's
??i?ira wind and rain etorm In aoutharn
nJnria. Florida and along sections of
Zt.1 Itiintlo coast brougni nwn-
Hit Vhit at least thrw persona had bean
tion (UK ,,,i,,rt:A and damaaa
w !iimtin- SW.W bad been dona by
1 ISaruTahaw that men dawagjoa
' j. alnnir tha oaura . w
fcen f4"'rr, lh. hJht of Its
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iBarrcw.TQiBBaBiiiiiawsT .jfjgryafcwr. v .-MgyigaMaaBBB j.KC?'V5 aw5raB3saBRSss. s
iilllPABl I ZZZZZ 1
wfmBmWKmmma billy" Sundays
HhBHHHP's musical aidc had
BMHHHiaH CURI0US GAREER
Homer A. Rodeheaver, who hits
paigns lur live ycaia, uucuucu iu ucvuuic i lunjrb,, wu. ..... a. vu ...
the army at the time of the Spanish War. Then he became a min
strel and showed such ability that he acquired much fame and in
time joined forces with Sunday.
ON THE SIDELINES IN RUSH
OF THE TABERNACLE ARMY
Scenes, Incidents and Chat That Make "Billy" Sunday's
Meeting Inspiring to Multitude.
" 'Billy' Sunday will bo here 10 weeks If I
.... - , .. -..- i.a.i I
be Is slated for 9 and 11 weeks If Blatod
for lft" This was the casual prediction
made bv Jcnkin J. Thomas, of Scmnton
who says he knows what ho Is talking
about. "Just take It from me. tho people
will not let 'Billy go when tho time's up,"
!. -olrl "TnMilnntnllv. the DCOIllO Of
Scranton gave him the biggest parade
over seen there
"Well, I'll be d-darncd," said one man
as he peeked in the tabernacle a fow min
utes after 10 o'clock; "look at the people
hro already. Wonder it they slept
7A nnao.r.rf nnntYiAr. "hut thev have
hroucht alone their lunch. Just look at
tho women knlttingi
t.ihi '.vonr-old Catharine Nawn, of
iaii wnn utr..t. nestled In her little fur
iiHAri i.n.1 until nVin lnoknd like a tiny
Eskimo. She swung her legs, examined
the tip of one shoe and blushed when a
man with a Journalist's temperament
tipped his hat. patted her cheek and
asked: "Tell me, little girl, do you like
,tiri..,. that?" thn rnlm nala
iinr.lt t.ll mn. Ilttl. One. dO VOU llKO
the speaking, the crowd and all that you
see here?" . .....,.
"Yes. ma'am," Catharine said thought-
mi.- ...ii.n.. .wnllnwAd his astonish
ment and asked Catharine If she had any
fault to find.
"Well." she said, "they might Berve Ice
"Safe, sane and sensible" is the tribute
-,.i .h. imiiv" flunrinv tabernacle by
Charles J. OlcBrlde, a carpenter, of Sea
Isle City. "Tne DUliqing is peneuuy cmo
In case of fire." he said, "and It Is cer
tainly well built. It meets the purpose,
and I feel sure no money has been wasted
In building It. I only wonaer now xiiuy
Sunday's voice can be heard In every cor-
nor. Yet they say it can.
"I wonder why Sunday wants a
trainer?" one man said. "I should think
ih would get all the exercise he needs
hitting the devil as he does. Well, he
hits straight from the shoulder any way
"'Billy' Sunday Is well remembered In
my town," sAld the one from Scranton.
,t ..mnmiii n friend of mine who was
in . hm-rnnm when he said he was going
over to attend the revival, uoing to pive
inniu nunri.v vnnr last nicKBi uia want
homo?" questioned the bartender, who waa
mmewhat of a K aaer. -oure. sma ray
-..,.. (manv1 n dm. T have zlven VOU
menu, - -'---...i-'.i .-w. .ri
my last nicaei wnen wuun v nmn. nou.o
if I tried.' "
"A habit once formed sticks to a man
even at a revival meeting," one woman
said, aa she watcnea ine crowa in .me
,.... ..... T.nn1r a th ntimber'.of
men that go to the candy stand to buy
their afterdlnner smone just aa uiey ao
In the cafes downtown!" Needless to
... .... nrniill.h. mlrrha Hr ATS rilMAD-
pointed. No tobacco la sold In any of the
building? associates wim mo great ro-
a wrfMitt rniri alwava conirreratas
around the side door to see "Billy" Sun
day leave the tabernacle. 'To look at
.I.,. .awJ am. mlrht thlnlf that jinmii.
una li.wn w..w (..- -... - .....
body naa aroppea oraa, iwi w iuu.
"You're wrong, brother," said one of his
auditors. ''It takea a real live one to
attract a crowd like this,"
s4.-.Im T .lr.4 nf thii HMia T)njirt m Hnt .
la always on the alert for fear that soma
tnougntiesa person immi miciuiii m njtui
. .!.. n. a nln. nn hit. wav from th
A . . trr - ---.. .-..-
faeernacie. a oiuypeu mico jfovocuttjr.
.nr. ...m. t. mm ' aalil nn. nfttlllant In.
dtviaual who )ta4 difficulty getting- an ad
wani'jffAAim Mai last- nlrht. "that alt
th men and women," those In the home
UUt W(V sawaaaY - 0 w wwv
.a tbft ffjarnoon meetings, so u to te&ve
,V.nt itaii Idrtt Tata wjuld
snow Hv " auif ouJ
christian teachings had junk In,"
Tn, acousllce In tha big tabarnacla are
remarkable, a ugnt anoca; on the DacK
door can ba heart In any -part of tha
Hulnim. Kven those that coma In lata
nd hava to ocoupy ta rear asata can
una h .vimS mums n
ub the iAteruaa wsyta to walk ixWnly 1
"BILLY" SUNDAY'S MUSIC PIASTER GETS BEST RESULTS WITH TROMBONE
been active in Sunday's cam-
haired woman the exact repllcn of the
nlclllrn nf vnnr H.njl nml ironn craiul-
mother calmly munching a "hot dog"
sandwich and sipping coffee out of a
cumbersome receptacle bearing nil tho
car-marks of a shaving mug.
The look of keen enjoyment on her
fnco Is proof positive that sho has al
wnys wanted to do this very thing, but
never hnd a cause so Justifiable before
Uttle Dcrthn Doyer, lffi South Harrls
burg street, the 3-year-old daughter ot
Mrs. I. Noyer, holds the long-dlstanco rec
ord thus fnr for bnbles who havo boon
brought to the nursery from far-away,
but George Fink, of 'Hatldon Heights, N.
J., thinks that he should at least be given
the second prize.
Since tho ?'hats-off" mandate has been
laid down so strongly to tho fair sex
a noticeable 'Improvement In their coif
fure may be marked.
"Hfc took me unawares on Sunday,"
said one woman, making a wry face; "I
didn't take time to marcel, but never
After tho meeting last night half a
dozen "newsies" were huddled together
In the doorway of a vacant Btore In
the "Tenderloin" trying to keep out of
the storm. They were neither fighting
over the receipts of the day nor "shoot
ing craps." but discussing the sermon
of the evangelist in all seriousness.
T llnlr lha irilV la rlnht ." fUlld thfl
biggest member ot the party. "It don't
ao nu KUUU lu una nun nu.uo. j awb
to come out and bang 'em hard If you
want to reform 'em, Just like he done
"Aw, g'wan," retorted another, "you'll
h. ffAlnr to Siinrinv ftehool next. Mlokey.
He ain't nothing more than a hot air
artist. He may get by with It In Phila
delphia, but wait till he gets to New
York, dle'll get his there"
f tnillu nln't -nn orr.iffM-V rWturned.
the first, "and If you want to start any
thing just keep on taixing ukb mat.
What he said about taking religion home
was all right."
MAY PROSECUTE ROGERS .
Man Whose Wife Took PoUon May
Face Bigamy Charge.
NEW YORK. Jan. 7, Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Martin, It was said today,
la searching for grounds on which to
prosecute Walter Rogers as a bigamist.
Mr. Martin announced today that, In
spite of Mra.nogera' statement to the
contrary, he was in the possession of a
statement from her to the effect that at
the time she took poison and adminis
tered soma of It to her two children, both
of whom have since died from Its ef
fect, Itogera was about to leave her and
that she knaw he waa "tired" of her.
It waa rumored today that the much
married Rogers would make a statement
refuting that of - his unfortunate corn
panlon In love. His friends said that ha
had been "stung" by her words so much
that ha would state hla position pub
licly. Iater he gave up all Intent to
place himself on record.
Burgeons at the Lebanon Hospital,
where Mrs. Rogers la confined, say that
Mrs. Rogers will most probably recover,
aa aha has passed through the moat dan.
gerous period of her Illness, and It Is be
lieved that the poison la gradually be
Special Luncheons 50c
Table d'Hote Dinner
5 to 8j $1.00
50c and 7Sc
1024-26 CHESTNUT ST.
Homer A. Rodeheaver,
Farmer, Miner, Law As
pirant and Musician in
Tho Rev. "Dllly" A. Sunday may bo the
"farmer" when It comes to planting the
religious seed, but it Is Homer W. Rode
heaver who docs tho preliminary tilling.
Thero aro no two ways about Hint. Nd
more potent Instruments to harrow tho
ground of an unrcgencrato audience's
emotions wero over user to greater effect
than the Blldo trombnnn and tho dramatic,
vibrant volco which this redoubtable
"muslo mastqr" la bringing to bear upon
tha multitudes of Plillmlclphlnns nnd out
Blilvrs who day after day fill tho taber
nacle. From the top ot his carefully brushed
black vclour hat to tho tip of his black
"patent leathers." little "Rodoy" Is an
expert In humanity. He has reduced the
psychology of crowds to a practical work
ing basis, and by some subtlo intuition he
senses what 20,000 people want wluit they
need to liavo put Into them nnd ho gives
It to them.
He knows precisely -when an old hymn
wltl "Kot across," Just ns he knows when
his listeners need something navel to
wake them up a familiar anthem glveh
a different twist, n new song they have
never heard before. Ho suits tho music
to tho mood of tho majority, nnd boforo
he Is half finished with them ho has tho
pulses of the sinner, tha skeptic nnd tho
God-fearing alike pounding with the ex
pcctatlon of what Is to come. They are
mnrlortettcs In his hands. Only ho works
tne trombone instead or pulling strings.
"To get tho people to conccntrato on the
platform, to mako the thousands out thero
forget tho million cares of. a busy day
and busy world Is part ot my' Job" Tie
will tell you, and when you note tho long
(iwceplng curl of his eye-lashes and the
mellow noto In his rich barytono voice,
tho "mash letters" which he Is said to
rccelvo over to often In his morning mall
ore not difficult of explanation.
"It Isn't hard to tell after the first
few barn have beenaung Just what your
audience ncds. Monte It Isn't a song
at all, perhaps It lawk story a that they
want. And then I tellhem.-ono. Some
times humorous and sometimes pa
thetic, .sometimes it's an old song with
an extraordinary or on original twist
that will prepare them for the Gospel
messages that are to come. There is
no telling Just what until you got up on
tho platform and sound them. Then It's
He knows people. And he ought to,
for In the course of k his 30 odd years
thero Isn't much that ho hasn't done.
Born on a farm near Union Furnace,
Ohio, llttlo "Rody" started life as a son
of the soil. When his father decided to
move to the mountains of Tennessee, the
exigencies of tin situation demanded
that he look around for something else.
He entered the coal mines and later
forsook these for the sawmill. It was
while he was busily engaged an a sawyer
that he thought it would be a pretty fine
thing to become a lawyer, and so he
worked in the mill and studied law In
a night class.
"I didn't like that business of study
ing and sawing at one and the same
time," he said humorously, "and so I
put all my savings Into what I took to
be valuable timber lands. The yield from
this was to pay my law expenses, but
unfortunately the timber lands were not
all that I had dreamed them to bo. and
so I found myself without anything.
"I abandoned law and became a trav
eling salesman, driving a balky mule
around the countryside In my efforts to
COOKED READY TO S6RVE
In place of a vegetable with
meat for dinner as an entree
for an important dinner as
a main dish for supper or
luncheon as a cold dish for
There are a dozen ways to
use it, and it is good to eat in
all the ways.
ONE OF THE 57
sell hay. corn, feort and other agricul
tural commodities. In addition to this,
I used to get tlmo to prncllco on a fow
muslc.it instruments, tho horn, the drum
anil afterwards the trombone I usad to
play In local bnuds for practice, and
when tho Hpntilsh-Amcrtcnn War broke
out I went to Cuba with tho 4th Tonnes
bco Regimental Band, and when I re
turned tt wns buck to tho sawmill.
"And, oh," ho added, smiling, "I for
got to say that at ono period of my ca
reer, I forget Just when, I traveled
throughout tho West with nn amateur
theatrical show, the 'Bones' In a min
strel performance being my favorite
It was at tho second sawmill period
that the attention of Dr. W. B. Blcdcr
wolt was attracted to this very versa
tile person nnd the almost hypnotic In
fluence ho seemed to wield over his as
sociates. Ho wns engaged to tako charge
of that evangelist's music and stayed
with him for five years. That was four
years ago, Since then ho has beon ono
of "3llly" Sunday's mainstays a man
who gets results.
HERE'S A TIMELY
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Evbnino LEDfiEn-ruHLic LEDOEn sub
scription contest, tho 60 winners In which'
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Issued today by tho Contest Editor. Sev
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Don't Go Home to Supper
BAT AT A
1J33 Market Nt. 020 Market St.
list Chrttnut lit. 731 Market tit.
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T1IKN 00 KAIU.Y TO T1IK
This is why
An "N. B. T." Suit or
Overcoat at its full reg
ular price is unmatched
for FIT, QUALITY,
The Best Dressers be
lieve they are the Finest
We have aimed to
malce them so, and we
believe that wo have
scored! . .
Pay $35 or $38 for onej
of these many handsome'
"N. B. T." Overcoats
that sold in numbers at
$45! Or $28 for one that
Pay $24 or $25 for an
"N; B. T." Suit or Over
coat that was $30! Pay,
$16.50 or $15 for one"
that was $20!
Pay less for these $15.
and $18 Suits and Over
coats that have made
clothing history! They
have had imitators an
trailers, but not one
Get the GOODNESS
back of the Perry Label!
Going fast! Buy NOW!
Perry & Co.
"N. B. TV
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