Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, April 26, 1915, Night Extra, Page 3, Image 3
EVEOTGr EED&EE POTi;ATTfflT;PHlA MONDAY. APRIL1 26, 1015: I m fc FATE OF CHILD LABOR AND COMPENSATION BILLS ARE IN BALANCE Fight for Humanitarian Legislation Will Have an ' Issue This Week and Out come Depends on New Alignment of Leaders. Measures Arc in Committee, Where They Have Been Kept Pending Fate of Williams Local Option Bill Speedy Action Expected. 1 Bi) a Staff Correspondent HAniUSBtmO, April 28. The final rounds In Governor BrumbauEh'a fight ' for tho enactment of a child labor and n. workmen's compensation law will bo (ought out In tho Legislature this week. Upon tho result of tho Inst stages of tho Executive's battlo for this humanitarian legislation depends a now alignment of leaders In tho Republican party In Tcnn ijtvantn. Both tho Cox child labor bill and tho administration workmen's compensation measure aro now In commlttco In tho Berate. They havo been In commutes thcro for two weeks, pending the fato ' ot tho Williams local option bill, and tho Htltudo of the Governor toward tho Sen- '. tie leaders following tho defeat of that measure. Both measures will be reported out this Keck, It Im cNpectetl. Tho Judiciary Special (pickling) Committee of tho Sen ate, which has tho child labor bill, will meet tonight to tako action on that meas ure. Tho Corporations Committee of tho 1 Senate, which haB tho compensation bills, l,8Cheduled to meet tomorrow to report that measure. MANUFACTUnEIlS' FIGHT. The manufacturers havo mndo a bitter fight to havo both measures amended In Benato committees, and tho Senato lead ers, with tho exception of Senators Varo and McNIchol, who havo pledged their . assistance) to Governor Brumbaugh, aro Inclined to support tho amendments do ilrcd by tho manufacturers. Should cither or both of these measures eomo out ot commlttco amended, as tho employers havo asked, It will mean that the leaders of tho Ponrose-Crow faction In the Republican party In this Stato lire carrying tho fight to tho Governor, and It will mean a "fight to tho finish," M tho executive has said, until tho Re publican party In Pennsylvania has been rejuvenated under a new leadership, that of Governor Brumbaugh himself. The Republican Organization leaders hae served notice on tho Governor that i If ho "runs along" with them In patron age, as well as In leglslatlvo matters, they will not go out of their way to embarrass him. They aro assuming tho attltudo that tho defeat of local option In tho House last Wednesday was a personal defeat for tho Governor and his policies. feV GOVERNOR'S ATTITUDE. Governor Brumbaugh, however, has ac cepted tho defeat of tha Williams bill as nelns only a temporary setback In his fight for local option, and already has taken steps to continue tho fight. Ho Is personally directing tho formulation of jlans for the election of a Legislature next "year that willow pledged to tho en actment ot a local optlon'law. Tho mem bers of tho Houso who voted against tho local option bill, and especially the 30 Representatives who promised him that they would voto for tho bill last Wednes day, but who voted against tho measure, will be tho principal men against whom tho Governor will campaign In their own districts next spring. Tho Legislature this week will got down to tho closing business of tho ses sion. Tho child labor and the compensa tion measures aro tho only Important ones still before tho Assombly. They probably will bo acted on speedily, so that the Legislature may adjourn about the middle of May, The last of the appropriation bills will be reported from tho committee the first of this weok, and they will bo rushed through the branches In which thev orlir- K lnated, so that they can go to the ap- vwjiiiauun cumimuces oi mo ouier 1' SCHOOL BOAKD ACCUSED Teacher Charges Members With Se rious Derelictions, WEST CHESTER, April 26.-Clmrges tt e. serious nature against Harry Bald ifln, Samuel Taylor and Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, members of the School Board of Eat Goshen, this county, ore being mads by citizens and wore unfolded at J. meeting of the patrons of tho school at Rocky Hill, it Is alleged that Baldwin jeeepted a gift of $10 from Miss Mary Manning, of this place, when she was ap pointed a teacher. Also It Is asserted lira, Patterson Is not qualified to servo on the board, not being a resident In the school district. Director Baldwin. It Is said, recently IMorraed Miss Manning her services would not be required after the present term. She had a oontract for a year and advised the patrons of the school of tho interview. A petition was signed by every Mtron of tho school asking that Miss Manning bo retained and the members of ne board ousted. NOW THE "JITNEY COCKTAIL" Kit's Red, White and Blue, and Be- speaks Independence, l All JltneVR flr. nnt tn ti.t.M1n Cn geomirfr:.."'" vv y." ".. "" feiii, " ' una in mis connection me B pi!e5r ccItaU" is the latest. !. -. " c"18" in me uouom or a i:l.,r flo some milk and cover the top Kr nlin a dash Of hlnnltharw il.A tnllb- unm. kM lth the Wackberry gives a bluish fu;'""p " me cmantl is red, you thus Vm.?. red' wnlto on(1 b,Uf drink. This BBP VTOrs nf (Vijk tM.i m , . Kfin,i ."imuvun lias ana mae- ftiita rtl'h WJ'Ch ls ,n keP'nS wJth he l n. .. "" ". yi you must ndd a dash of nutmeg on ii 2 hy ton and Bt,ck a lemon Pe 'chin.. , J ql lne Blass, which acts as UlckivU.r f0r the drlnk an euldes It f'Anl .. .Bn aPP"e:latlve destination. hev t uP:l-the-mlnute bartender knows lak-.ni.x B. Jltney' S,P anywhere and " ini " will cost you 15 cents, ' Milton Dexter Sweets all kinds 1218 Spruce Street HOT WATER jaggs RUUD ieO.,INC.1S3aMitktsi A WiUEirii J. V. THOMPSON'S ASSISTANT CASHIER GOES TO THE WALL Receivers for Bank Offlclnivwho Was Thought to Havo Survived Crash, tfNIONTOWN, Pa April 28.-Judge J. Q. Van Swcarlngen this morning ap pointed A. P. Austin, John M. Coro and W. A. Stone receivers for Francis M Bemans, Jr., assistant cashier of the de funct First National Bank, known is the Joslah V. Thompson bank. Bemans gavo his assets as $1,600,000 and his lia bilities as 1516.000. The appointment of receivers came as a surprise, as It was believed that Be- mans was In better financial condition than other officials of the bank following mo recent crash, bemans last Friday deeded a vacant Plot in Ben Lomond street to cx-Judgo R. E. Umbel for J1000, Semani had pur chased tho property 11 years ago. DIVORCED AND REMARRIED, HEOS FOR HER CHILDREN Camden Woman, Now Wife of Police man, Named in Suit. "Charley and Anna aro my 'kiddles ' They belong to me. I havo as much right to havo them In my company and to kiss them as1 their father has. Why doprlvo mo of a mother's greatest pleasure?" Thoso were tho words of Mrs, Anna Hcrmla Klker, of Camden, today, when sho nskod Vice Chancellor Learning for tho custody of her two children, who are being cared for by their fathor, Ran dall Nicholson. Mrs. Kilter's husband divorced her two months ago. Lost Sat urday sho was married to Policeman William C. Klker, of tho Second district pollco station, Camden, who was named as corespondent In tho Nicholson divorce suit. Later Nicholson surd tho police man for alienating tho affections of his wife. Ho recovered a verdict of MOO. Mrs. Klkor's pica was taken under con sideration nnd decision was reserved. NEW FLAG PUZZLES SHIPPERS Chili's Emblem on Ship Baffles River Front First Timo Flown Here. Rlvcrmcn were puzzled today when they tried to Identify tho nationality of tho steamship Tcrro, which docked at tho Sprecklas Sugar Refinery after an 18 day trip fiom Cardenas, Cuba, with a full cargo of sugar. From tho flagstaff of the steamer a strange flag was flying. It had two bars, tho upper one whtto and tho lower one rod. In tho upper left-hand corner was a blue field with ono large star standing out strikingly on It. After many futilo guesses had been mado Captain Mathlas, the vossol'a mas ter, was consulted. Then It was learned tho cteamcr flew tho colors of Chill. It was not recognized because It 13 tho first time a versol hailing from that country has been in this port. Tho arrival of tho Tcrro makes 11 na tions represented here. This Is tho great est number at any ono tlmo for many years. The 11 Includes ships of England, Norway, Italy, Franco, Denmark. Sweden. IBclglum, Argentine, Chill, Germany and Austria. The last two are Interned. Train Delayed by 700-pound Girl OIL CITY, Pa., April K. Traffic on tho Now York Central line was delayed 20 minutes when Anna Cheltou, Oil Clty'a fat girl, weighing more than 700 pounds, departed to Join a circus. Half a dozen men transported her In a specially made wheel chair to tho baggage car. 10 Philadelphians Wed at Elkton ELKTON, Md., April W. Ten couplos were granted licenses to marry and ono was refused a license at Elkton this morning. Thoso refused the legal permit were Goorgo H. Insolo and Ada P. Tush, Townsend. Del. Those married were Thomas P. Vcrnot and Catharine Ma honey, Harry W. Bllllg and Mary T. Sweenlo, Frank II. Brown and Lula Kaufman, George S. Suppleo and Louise M. Lewis and Erwln D. Moyors and Anna R. Slnkler, all of Philadelphia; Horace C. Halo and Kato S. Egolf, Roy ersford; Andrew Harris and Hazel Berk helmer, Milton; Alfred E. Walton and Ida F. Campbell, West Grovo; Leonard L. Simpson and Mary C. Ewan, Wil mington, Del., and Harry R. Schwalm and Ada E. Woodbrldge, Washington. TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES Charles E. Swan, Trenton, N. JM ood Ellzi M. Robinson. 0353 Grecno st. Charles Vandemeulebroucke. 0127 Stanton av., ana Sarah C. Devlin, .1110 Kelm at. Antonio Verdecchla, Slid Thompson at, and I'nsquarella. Franco, -iWW-5 airard ave. Tercy Pollard. I'iKTJ Wilder at., and Deaala Washington, SbS Wilder nt. Joseph A. llrcnnan, 1411 H. SOth at., and Katherlno M. Donman. 1015 S. nttlnc at. James Voagur. 1713 Kater St.. and Georcla Fernandez, 404 S. Iaemlnger at. William Snartr, 002 Dudley at., and Fminla Hoffman, 758 McKean at. Pltro QrottlnL iVllmlnston, Del., and Lulda Crucian, 1013 S. Rosewood at. John II. Thomas. 0013 Magnolia ave.. and Marts V. McCormlck. Ml EL Herman at. John F. Brcnnan. C020 Market at., and Flor ence. Lemon. 0020 Market at. Taul J. Stelner. 1871 B. Weatrnoralaod at., and Elizabeth Bauer. 2.117 B. Adami t. Ouatavo DffBartolomele, Wllmmrton, Del., and and 'Adela Cavalier!. 1633 S. Itoaewood at. Antony Madrak. 131 Jamison t.. and Leo- kadyo Araburdo, 131 Jamison at. Harry Ulumstcln. SOU 6. Sth at., and Frieda lvit, 641 Pino st. . Oerardo Romano, S!ll Meredith at., and San. Una (Marchlonda, 2221 Meridlth at. Charles Ifarrla, Jsa N. 4th at., and Bessla Ocn, 231 0lne. at. .,,-,,.,.. William F, lies ey. 404 W. Cumberland at.. and Jennie C. Casey, 2765 Jasper at. Oorgo W. Bond. B410 Cheater aye , and Ferda. E Wllllame, UellBvue-Stratford Hotel. ItJbert It. Idltle. 2T04 W. Thompson at., and Mnrcaret V. Cooke. 23t0 Oxford at, John P. Ceonard, 201 u. Wyoming ave., and Mary O. Jlaitee. 01 E. Vyomln- ave. Edward baubengeyer. 4012 I'aul at., and Sarah Ch'aVlsShmMt, J?" 1034 W. 8d at., and Anna Stringer, 2355 N, 3d at. HAND WROUGHT WILLOW CHAIRS Antique Painted & Decorated Chairs and Settees WM. C. PATTON, JR. 2i South 18th ALLTrTATY0UGETHERE1 tuie.saVino mabketinq Simply phona or write u your order for anything In the market. Your wanta will ba & carefully filled aa If you mad your own SJrwnSl "lection. Our product, ar. tha belt radea obtainable. Frompt delivery anywhere. W.A.Bender ONI.Y THE BEST BDTTEB, ECCS AND rODXTBY READING TERMINAL MARKET K BU1U 608-608-8W IllbCTt, MJ8-S357 Kce lMS HORLICK'S The Original EXALTED MILK VnloBayousmy-mmUQICS- l&CWICrtA K fMitarin I &cr. 1 1 1 1 . awa TOSSED TO SAFETY AT FIRE Mrs. Louis Florcnzc, of 4 Frank's court, nnd her daughter Louiso. The littlo rjirl wns thrown into tho nrms of a fireman when tho family's escape was cut off to day by flames, and tho 8 -month-old boy, Arthur, who gavo tho alarm by crying1, was similarly rescued. ALLEGHENY COUNTY LOSES 22 LICENSES, ADDING ONE Hotel Lamont, in Fashionable Dis trict, Refused Roncwal. PITTSBURGH, April 26. Allegheny County will havo 21 fower liquor licenses tills year, Juflgo Joslah Cohen nnd Mar shall Brown having handed down the annual list today. Tho only now appli cation to bo granted was that for the big new William Fenn Hotel, now holng erected In tho downtown section of thla city. Tho court granted 1293 retail licenses and 2S4 wholesale, distillers' and brewory licenses, making a total of 1562. An In novation this year Is that tho Judges will privo no rohearlngs on refusal oases. Tho reduction In tho number ot licensed placca caused no surprise, as ths attl tudo of the court gave Indication of such a result. Tho "dry" forces filed a general pe tition requesting tho court not to grant any licenses In tho county, tho petition having been backed up by long argu ments by oounsel. Ono of the most Im portant places refused wns tho Hotel Lamont, ono ot tho best known hotels In the. fashlonablo district. NO MORE SUNDAY MOVIES Director Portor Claps tho Lid on "In vitation" Exhibitions. There will ba no moro "Invitation" moving plcturo shows in Philadelphia on Sunday. Nor will tho Bhows reported to bo running for profit In South Philadel phia continue to operate on Sunday. This was the announcement of Director 'of Publlo Safety Portor today In explaining why lie stopped tho Invitation perform ance of tho "Heart of Maryland" last night at tho Chostnut Street Theatre. So many applications to run benefit performances and Invitation prelimi naries to prove tho worth of shows had been filed, ho said, that a decision had been reached to Issue an order prohibit ing any kind of motion plcturo exhibi tion on Sunday. NDXE WILLS IN PROBATE $00,000 Disposed of in Private Be quests Owen Estate Appraised. Wills admitted to prohato today In- rlllrin those of Cnrollnn Fnrpmnn. nrhn loft J19.C00 In private bequests; Henry n Arphftdnfinn. fi5fl. T.vrtln' T Vnhl. I J6:00; Charles F. Quirk, 6000; Isabella W ... .,.....,.. ... . V, ..,,... .... .....V, W, Twining, Joooo; Isaac Nuebaum, J430O; Mary K. Field, J440O; Patrick Cox, $3900; Grace Green, $3700. personal property of Clarence S. Owen has been appraised at $3700. Wo havo modern equipment for any Irind of laundry work you may send us. From col lars to curtains, your wash ables como back 'to you the way you want them. Neptune Laundry 1501 Columbia Ave. hj7totMvtZhc-leat?'' SAYS- Ji f mm We are showing a diversity of distinctive styies, which are the correctyinterpretations of the1 prevailing fashions. Also offering the latest models in the favored combination of Black and White, "- 1204-06-08 Market St. Silk Stockings la the New Spring- Shades BABY'S WAIL SAVES 5 FROM DEATH IN FIRE Father Awakens to Find Escape Cut Off Three Children Thrown From Windows. The reward of Arthur Florenie, who was born tight months ago, for saving tho lives of his father, mother, sister nnd brother, was to bo sent sailing out tho window Into Frank's Court todny. A flroman's outstretched arms were) waiting nnd when Arthur landed the shock of his fall Tns neatly broken by the "letting down" process with which a ball player takes a nky-scraplng fly. Two other children ttero thrown from tho stcond'Story window by their pa rents, and nit thrco wcro taken Into nearby houses unhurt. Arthur saved the family by crying nt a time when flames had cut off nil routes to safely except tho windows Frank's Court Is oft Franklin street, near nutton wood, nnd Louis Floronzo lives nt No. -1 Tho wall of tho baby, his lungs half filled with smoke, awoko his mother. Tho father then Just had time, when aroused, to dash to tho rear room nnd carry his two older children, Louise, B. and Law rence, 3 years old, to tho front. As tho smoko nnd flames swept through tho houso tho margin of aafcty of the terri fied family at the windows was rapidly lessening. Louis ntihcn, n grocer nt 463 North Franklin street, saw tho flames from Ills bnck window. This was at I.4i o'clock this morning. Ho rushed around to tho Florenzcs' nnd broko down tho front door, but tho smoko that rushed out made entrance Impossible. An alarm wns sent In, nnd Tooro ami Cnllard, hoscmen of Engine Company 48, called to Floronze to throw out tho children, ns thcro did not eecm to bo time to run up tho ladder for tho rescues. When this wns dono Inter, how ever, Florcnzo and his wlfo wcro taken down by tho firemen. The rescued Florenzcs said tho flro probably had been started by a cigar left smoldering on tho parlor tnblo last night. -NEWSPAPERMAN IN CHARGE OF INDEPENDENCE HALL Three Examinations Necessary to Find Satisfactory Superintendent. Taul It. Wcndt, a newspaperman, of 1319 Pino street, was appointed auporln tendont of Inrtopondcnco Hnll, nt a sal nry of ?SO0 a year, by Director Cooko, of tho Department of Publlo Works, today. Ho held first plnco on a list of nlno cll glbles named btho Civil Sorvlco Com mission nftcr threo examinations had boon held and mora than 150 applicants had contested for tho plnco. Two exam inations failed to produce an eligible list of tho required four names. Independence Hnll linn been without a superintendent slnco May, 1913, when Ed waid A. Crnno, an architect, resigned to bocoma City Architect. Tho requirements for the position wcro n high personality, capability of representing the city nt pub llo occasions at Inrtopondcnco Hall, thor ough knowledge of all historical loro as sociated with tho building, competency to caro for valuable real estate and personal property, and to superintend tho work of tho guards and attaches at tho old Stats Houso. Wcndt ls n graduato of Bucknelt University, and has been In newspaper work In Philadelphia for tho last two years. VACATION AFTER SCHOOL FIRE $15,000 Blazo in Woodbury Gives Pu pils Rest During" Repairs. Investigation today of a fire which partially destroyed tho high school build ing nt Woodbury, N J last night, showed tho blazo started In tho chemical laboratory, on tho third floor. Tho dam ago to tho building was bctweon $15,000 and 20,000, -which 13 fully covered by in surance. About 00 school children will be given a three-day vacation until tho necessary repairs aro mado to tho building. Lawns Begin to Look Green Does yours? And does it look green all over or can you see bare spots hero and there? To renovato a shabby lawn or make a new one, you should sow Dreer's Celebrated Lawn Crass Seed without delay. Tho results will bo good, even If left to nature, but they will bo quicker if you stimulate growth by enriching tho soil with Sheep Manure, Wood Ashes, Bone Meal or Dreer's Peerless Lawn Fertilizer and roll thoroughly. It will then bo In shape to withstand tho hot, dry days of summer. We have a special Lawn Booklet describing every thing for the lawn Rollers, Hakes, Mowers, Edgers, etc. Wrlto or call for a copy ot Dreer's Garden Book or tho Lawn Booklet Free. Ureer 714.IG Chestnut 9 MARRIED AT DEATHBED Benjamin Ficldmnn nnd Miss Reba Podcl were jnnrricd in tho presence of tho bride's fnthcr, who, when lie wns told that ho had only a few hours to live, asked that tho ceremony be per formed at his bedside. WEDDING AT DEATHBED Dying Fathor in Hospital Sees Daughter Marry His Employe. Tho hodsldo of a dying man was tho scone ot a wedding last night, when Miss Ileba Podcl. of 1101 Gcrmnntown avenuo, and Benjamin Ficldmnn, of 2038 South 4th street, weio married In tho Jewish Hos pital at tho request of the father of tho bride, Jacob Podcl. vrno Had boon In formed that ho had but :i few hburs to live. Podel had boon removed to tho Jew ish Hospital from nnothcr institution when ho learned his end was near. The ceremony was performed In the prcsenco of tho brldo's threo brothers, two sisters nnd thrco brothers-in-law and Uie parents of the bridegroom. Tho young people aro 20 years old. Tho groom Is a cleric In tho sick man's store. PENROSE AS PEACEMAKER Seeks to Reconcile Factions in 24th Congressional District. riTTSBtTKOH, Pa., April M.-Snator Boles Penrose conferred with Republican loaders from (Beaver, Lawrence and Washington Counties today to harmonlzo fnctlonn on n candidate for Congress In tho 'Jtth District to fill tho vn&incy caused by tho death of W. M. Brown. Urown died before ho took his seat. Thero aro nlno cnndldnte3 In tho field, among them being former Representative IH. W. Temple, n Progressive. Ho ls be ing opposed on tho ground that ho voted for tho Underwood tariff, tho currency bill nnd other Democratic legislation. At noon Senator Penrose dined at the Amcricus Club with Mayor Armstrong nnd JJL V. Babcock. Ho addresses tho Grant Day banquet of tho Amerlcus Club tomorrow night. CUT FULL POUND SAVE THE t7ZAPPEJ?S EO VALUABLE GIFTS ARTIFICIAL LIMBS Ortbopatdlo Ilrucra for doformltln. Elaatlc StocklnEf, Abdominal Supportora,tto. purehaia direct from factory. FLA VLLL S, si-kino cjaiiden st. C WON'T f Vs HURT THE I HANDSL jssaias3s&isat&sftftfeiK$s Sale Extraordinary of dlitlh Trays, flower vases, candlesticks, inkstands, fern dishes, tea sets, vege table dishes, mirrors,t etc., including many small pieces suitable for prizes and gifts. Beautiful reproductions of old Dutch pieces are also in this sale. These Reductions are from 10 to 50 or former prices Oh account of the extraordinary nature of this sale, we advise an imme diate selection. The RosenbachGalleri 1 1320 Walnut Street II 31 IB M00REST0WN BltlJDE SUES HUSBAND'S KIN Asks $100,000 for Alleged Alienation of Affections Month After Marriage. Mrs. Christine Pierce, daughter of Jacob T. Ilulst, president of the Fall Rubber Compnny, of Philadelphia, a brldo of live months, hns sued her hus band's parents and his sister for $100,000 for alleged alienation of Ills affections, according to a dispatch just received from Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Pierce was married to Dr. Horace V. Pierce at the homo ot her parents In Moorcstown, N. J., last November. According to tho dispatch, Mrs. Pierce nlteges that after their honeymoon trip sho nnd her husband went to Los Angeles, whero the latter had an office; that Doctor Pierce contracted diphtheria In December and went to the homo of his parents In Santa Barbara, and that she wns refined admittance thcro. Jacob T. Ilulst, tho father of Mra. Pierce, said ho had heard nothing con cerning tho reported suit. Ho declared Inst night that ho had received a letter from his daughter several days ago, which gavo no intimation of domcBtlo difficulties. GROUND BROKEN AT TEMPLE Doctor Conwell Turns Earth for Now Teachers' College Building. Ground was broken this morning for n. handsome new Teachers' Collcgo Building to be erected adjoining Collego nnd Kan imtd Halls, "Templo University, Broad nnd Dorks Afreets. Dr. JtU6scll II. Con well, president nnd founder of tho uni versity dug tho first spadeful of earth from the slto of tho proposed building In tho presence of nil tho students of Tem plo Tfnriorslty, membera of tho board of trustees nnd tho faculty. Dr. Albert E. itcKlnley, dean of the Collcgo of Liberal Arts and Sciences, presented Doctor Con well with the spado with which ho turned tho first earth. Tho proposed annex, which It 1b hoped to havo ready for occupancy by tho open ing of tho fall term of collego work, will be dovoted to tho instruction of teachers from nil parts ot Pennsylvania. Falls Dead in a Saloon John Lovlnskl, 60 years old, of 2327 Til ton street, fell dead In a saloon at Salmon and Somerset streets at noon today. Ills body was" taken first to tho Tllton street address nnd later to nn undertaking es tablishment at 2403 Norris street. Splendid coffee wottth. in at 29c When you sit down to your breakfast cup of Saludo Coffee when you slowly sip that steaming, aromatic cup of goodness, you know you must know that it is a coffee of a quality far above its price. Selected growths, scrupu lously cleaned and prepared, fresh roasted daily and teel-cut, Saludo comes to you rich in those coffee oils that make an unsurpassed breakfast coffee. And just as good at dinner time. If you do' not know Sa ludo, we want you to try it now and be one of those who are getting full coffee satisfaction at small cost. 29c lb.; 4 lbs., $1.12 Caricol Tea for all the year Tho delightful mingling of the choice blends in Caricol Tea givos a fragrance and flavor that suits tho majority of tea tastes. A wonderftf V good tea in tho cup and one whoso splen did icing qualities make it tho ideal tea for all the year. 34c lb.; 5 lbs., $1.60. Thos. Martindale & Co. i Oth & Market Kutnhtlslied la 1800 Uell l"hotirn Filbert 2ST0, Filbert 2871 Keystone Ilace 600, Race B91 etlber "N.B.T." of !n i If i r-m ml Wr wMi m !,j I Perry's "8EMI-CONBEKVATIYE t" MODEL 811 Coat medium width ihoul ders, lapels slightly peaked: ' form - flttlnjr, but not tight. Vest single breasted, with or without collar. Trousers me- dlum width In legs. Our 38 Short Stout Fitted Father To a Tee The Young Man 3 Mother was so pleased with the Suit he bought here one day last week that she said to our salesman at the time: "I'm going to bring my husband to see you some Jay. He's very hard to fit and never likes his clothes." He and she came in Sat- urday. Our salesman ,j showed him a few styles;" and put on the coat of the one he liked best a 38 short stout in size. "That's the cheese" said the surprised and der" lighted man. "77 take that! I've never had a coat look so ivcll on me!" Our range of in-between sizes is one of the distin guishing characteristics of "JsT. B. T." achievement. We have a Suit to fit every size and proportion of man you can imagine regulars, short-regulars j stouts, short-stouts; longs, fats, and extra fats. And besides, we have snug-fitting models, loose- fitting models, conserva tive, semi - conservative, fashionable and ultra-fashionable models a diver? sity and completeness otM our ability to fit you whicfc challenges testing, $15,3 $18, $20, $25, $30, PERRY & CO. n,b,t 16th & Chestnut Sts, wmm .