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gVgglKO LBPOBB-PHiIiADBTWTA- THURSDAY,
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HAIR AND TROUSERS GO IN Tina cm.
iBWMttr followed the placing of a can of benzlno near a burning gas jet
E? Rmucl Potash nnd Abe Stelnman were renatrlnrr .. .- . !.-
'.. South street today, fcoth men were palnfullv h,irn,i ai. 0..i-
L who has one of the nnt heads of hair 0 South street, lost most of
i crop i"0 HU"V " " ' '" " -"syivania Hospital with Potash,
Cc irousers were burned off. Tho loss was estlmni.rt i tannn iu,-
le Bank, who lives with her three children on tho third floor, took them
-i.la nut 1 nann tiorl.
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SECOND ATTEMPT TO DUIIN LUMBER YAnn
nr. believed to haVo been caused by an lncendlarv. bIIoMw ,i,,rA
Stlamber yard of pharles "White & Sons, loth and Cambria streets, today.
l4 flames w .---.. ..,... U1 Hi nircn oy Edward Reese, a
rfthman In the Lubin motion picture concern, opposite the lumber yard.
,9 time ago mo t...u,co ul u. j-uru iouna a uiacitier filled with gasoline
, 6n cxtlnguisneu cnnu.o auuenca lying under a pile of lumber. It was
.j ivinn that an attempt had been made tn f iim .,o...i .,.. n. ...
&l the Wind had extinguished tho candle. Mr. White stated that ho' had
Hj4 no jaoor u'" "" ou-jin-.un ui mo cuipm.
CONDUCTOR CRUSHED COUPLING CARS
t.mcs Campbell, of E626 Boyer street, a freight conductor on the Phlla.
fephia and Heading Railway, was seriously injured today when ho was
Thiihed between two ireigiu cars m wingonociung station. Tho train was
Mit COUpieu ,.. o "iiiuu, v.uuipueil BIOOU Dciwcon
P"1"8 .. i nw1 1A ...... nil..-. -... .. -
j of the car" lu """ " " -""( uvwuuan. ins rms ore DroKon and
-". other, Internal injuries. At tho QermantoWn Hospital, where ha wan
ken, It was said ho might not survive.
& FIREMAN haul. I iiNjuuiiU in KENSINGTON BLAZE
f ", William Knight, a flroman attached to Engino Company No. 7, at Frank.
Li flvcnuo and Ituan street, had a narrow escape from death early today
i,ii fiihtlng a flro In tho mill of W. V. Smalloy, Trenton avenuo and Tlotta
'mtl While at work in the building a heavy plcco of machinery fell upon
ilm. He wns currieu l" ",u oi. ujiuonsciouB anu rusneu to tne episcopal
ttitnital. where ho was found to have sustained concussion of tho brain
IZa twsslble intornnl Injuries. Tho flro started shortly after midnight and
framed for three hours, causing damage to tho oxtent of $6000. Tho fire is
jopOBed to navo siuneu uy spontaneous comousuon.
i FINGER PRINTS LEAD TO MAN'S ARREST
t Finger prints and tho stamp of a rubbor heel in fresh paint at tho Goorgo
?!ibon Oil Cloth Works, Nlcotown, resulted In tho arrest today of Patrick
lL JlcCullough, 2261 Ruffnor street, accused of stealing money from the
clothtoK ot o.ntncr rnan M,at had Docn ,eft ,n a dressing room. Ho was
fctfi In HOO ball for court by Magistrate Qrolls at the Nicetown station,
fptclal Policeman Whltworth did tho Sherlock Holmes work.
- FIIIEIIOUSE ABLAZE; COMPANY OUT ON FALSE ALARM
Firemen of Engino Company No. 31 aro making a rigid Investigation
today to And tho person who sent In a falso alarm and thon sot their own
ktrehouie ablaze whllo they wero away. They -were called out on a false
r lrm at American and Dauphin Btreets, and while searching for tho blazo
Plumed that their own houso had been sot on flro. A passerby discovered
f the blaze In tho engino house at 2712 North 2d street and sent in an alarm
lor Engine Company wo. z&, some aisianco away, ifeioro wo. Zd arrived,
hoverer, No. 31 had learned of tho blazo and rushed bock with all spaed.
tit fire was confined to tho hayloft.
FATALLY STRICKEN ON THE STREET
Belied with acuto Indigestion as ho was walking homo early today Wll-
klta E. Fritz, 35 years old, of 1821 North Comae strcot, died half an hour
MJattr in St. Joseph's Hospital, where ho was taken In the patrol of tho 10th
feiad Thompson streets police station.
f ANOTHER HARDSHIP FOR COMMUTERS
j1, Pennsylvania Railroad policemen have been' ordered by tho company to
itOD the praCUCO uy lUOin .LUIIU cuilHlluiurs ui puimntf muii uuiuiituuiioa iiuui
flie various stations on railroad property. Mon living In tho Buburbs and
forking in Philadelphia havo been in tho habit of leaving their cars standing
fit the stations tho entire day.
JUNE 10, 1915,
PROCEEDINGS OF COUNfiTLR
MAYOR WILL NOT ATTEND
NATIONAL "4T1I" CEREMONIES
Plans to Rest This Summer, Probably
to Prepnro for Campaign.
Mayor Blankenburg declined today to
take part in the national Fourth of July
celebration. When Common Councilman
John Balzley, chairman of Councils
Fourth of July Committer and Common
Councilman Joseph P. Qaffney, chairman
of the commltteo on speakers, personally
Invited the Mayor, ho eald that previous
arrangements mado to spend the Fourth
?.. O.cono Wnes would prevent his par
tlclpatlon In tho Independence Day cere
monies. Ho susgested that Director Por
ter be selocted to represent the city at
It Is believed In political circles that
Mayor niankenburg will rest ns much ns
possible during tho summer to conserve
his strength, so that he can ta1te a vig
orous part In the coming Mayoralty cam
paign and sway sentiment for the man
whom ho believes should be his sue
PLAN TO ROUTE JITNEYS
Resolution In Councils Regulates Lines
A regulation which would reaulro Jit
ney drivers to run on a definitely speci
fied rout, tho same as trolley cars, Is
provided In a resolution Introduced In
Common Councils today by Common
Councilman Fred Schwartz, Jr., of tho
4t5h AVard, as an amendment to tho Jit
ney ordlnanco now under consideration
uf mo ijuw committee.
Tho resolution provided that each Jit
tioy would havo to carry a sign designat
ing Its routo and that tho rout could not
bo changed except by tho approval of
the proper authorities. The resolution
was referred to tho Law Committee.
MAYOR WANTS P. R. T. PAID
Asks Councils to Appropriate ?5G0G.G0
for Road Sprinkling.
Councils today Were requested by
Mayor Blankonburg to mako an appro
priation of W&M.BO to reimburse tho Phil
adelphia Rapid Transit Company (or
sprinkling country roads along tho line
of their tracks during August, September
and October, 1913.
Not many months ngo nn appropriation
was avallahle for this purpose, but the
City Controller refused to countersign
the warrants for payment, contending
that a special ordinance passed by Coun
cils should ordor tho payment.
COUNCILS BEGIN TODAY
CLEARING THEIR CALENDARS
Important Measures Will Bo Passed
On in Next Three Weeks.
nt n.AiZ V . . .. ' " vno ciucnaars
c?. 2f IfRMatloii before tho summer
recess. Besslons of both branches will be
MttTihWr M.ntU Ju.ly hen ' " l3-
iif.riihe. Mt ,ncetl"e will bo held,
cm Vo.S:,lll0.h',u.thre8 weeks the $,,.
hv rn f?,r tr"Mlt will be passed finally
LCo.: he taxlcah regulation bill
rvmLiil' ben ,smolhed In tho Law
mI2 ttP? fr "'most a year will be re
KmL'd 0,!U ",Ul an ordinance to regulate
Jitneys "1 Ihn VIhahm. rtAMMii... m
Indicate definitely whether It will allow
IiliVf 5S.r?priatlon of !''. from the
111,800000 loan to be applied to the recon
struction and reorganization of Blockley,
ana at least 75 other pending measures of
comparatively minor Importanco will be
passed or rejected.
J:Ei!!eJ!?"?ay Priod of advertising for the
J6.O0O.00O transit loan, which must expire
before Councils may finally pass tho
measure, will not be up until June TO. A
bill to permit transfer of $100,000 excess
from tho $300,000 appropriated for reloca
tion of sewers In the central section of
tho city to the relocation of sewers in tho
course of the Uroad street suhwuv. in In
commltteo and probably will bo reported
MAYOR ASKS DIVISION
OF CHILD HYGIENE
His Request for Appropriation
Strongly Supported by Direc
POOR PARISH GIVES MOST FREELY
With hunger and threatened eviction staring them In tho face, tho people
ht $t Caslmlr's Parish, made up largely of families whose breadwinners are
Bow ngntlng1 In Europe, has made tho largest parish contribution toward tho
tlM.000 fund being raised for tho Sisters of Mercy Hospital In "Wost Phila
delphia. Father Kaulakls took to headquarters a bag of hard-earned pennies,
ileitis and dimes, with a. few soiled bunk notes, wnicn totaled i&u. -ino
Iliad Is more than $180,000.
i nTSn mill 1 vnD Tr"TVTlET ITPUTIMP
j 1WVU.NIUV JJClUililUO Uliliuv uauxixahu
l Pmnrtv owners of Radnor townshln havo begun efforts to Induce tho
Pwmmlssloners to furnish better lighting for the roadways, and tho Wayne
Public Safety Association Is prepared to tuuo tno manor into coun n neuea
tur. Charles F. Da Costa, township solicitor, has advised against paying for
it Udhtlni: of undedlcated highways. Fred H. Treat, ono or tno commis-
bners, favors meeting tho demands of tho citizens, who havo postponed fur
ther action until tho legal status of tho case is decided.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD TO SPEND $5,000,000 FOR RAILS
The Pennsylvania Railroad has awarded orders for 105,500 tons of steel
nils at a cost of about $5,000,000. Tho contracts bring the total ran oraers
Set the company for 1915 up to 167,500 tons. Five companies will share in tno
iMder, the largest shares going to tho United States bteel corporation nna
the Cambria Steel Company. The other three companies aro tne Pennsylvania
ptMl Company, the Bethlehem Steel Company and tho LacHawanna Bteoi
t TRIES TO DIE ON HOSPITAL STEP
i Cleveland Hummel, of 1042 West Orleans street, picked out the alde-
Wk of St. Joseph's Hospital, at 17th street and Glrard avenue, to swaiiow
fpoUoa because ho had been Jilted by n girl. Ho is in a serious condition.
m man was .not found until the poison haa naa a cnanco to wo., j.
would not give tho name of the girl.
AMERIHAV FLAP. INSULTED IN NEIGHBORHOOD QUARREL
I A neighborhood quarrel terminating In an insult to an American flag
U settled today by Magistrate Beaton when he released the accused, Mrs.
EllMbeth Henskl, of 3825 North 7th street, under 400 ball to keep tho peace.
?e also lectured the prosecutor, Mrs. Elizabeth Kant, of 3827 North 7th
.... M. ji ni.lAn HTh 17 a n air I
Jtreet, for allowing tho trouble to involve tne mars mm diw. . .--
accused of tearlnir down and damaging tne ling, wnicn nuns u .u
We between her yard and Mrs. Kanfs. She stoutly denied the accusation.
Jlng she loves the flag. As no ono saw tne nag torn uuwm . 6
appt.v Tnnni TO REMAINING PIGGERIES
' Th fli .. i ., nmr,iffn airalnst piggeries within certain limits
K South Philadelphia was taken today when the torch was applied to pens
ncittd recently by order of the city. Assistant r.ro u. - " -"
'HI and Battalion Chief William Barrett, or uie uuiu . ., --"
m the work, with a chemical apparatus on nanu tg pn vc... -!
(V flames. Most of the sheds burned wero near 32d street and Maiden lane.
"63 TO GET CERTIFICATES
ancement Tonicht at Evening
hool of Accounts and Finance.
Jton Barker will be the principal
er t the commencement exercises
fc' Evening School of Accounts and.
4B. University of Pennsylvania, In
ton Hall tonight. Sixty-eight young
will be awarded certificates. The
BtatIon will be made by Provost Ed-
' Bv p.0bert Johnson will make the
Uen and give the benedletion. The
WU Will be nrntl hv the daan
Mfc achooi, Hoswell C. MoCrea. Th
l or the cUu are awarded to Bmlyn
I JOHM, Paul Rwvn Hrof!nllim. W1I-
' Henry MacDade and Harry Martin
wmiaai Henry Brown has bn
Held for Pocketing Collections
Fred Heller, of 216 Montana street, was
arrested today, accused of embezzling
$15 belonging to John Bllhardt. a milk
dealer, of 6108 Qermantown avenue. The
prisoner. It is said, admitted deducting
the money from accounts. He was held
In 0 ball for court by Magistrate PenT
Seemcr Is ReHfivincr
loLlyi "at C colon. weav4
Madrai Shirt d A
ToYourOrdar 1 U
ft4 .1i,(,,uporw fc-otcfc Md.
the highet gfade lumber
make it possible for u
to offer a particularly
attractive service from
the jtandpoint of quaU
ity, price and delivery.
Wm,Wbitmer& Sons, Inc.
UiLBiUs.timr ot and irjllt
dlri la lumbar
YnakUa Bank .. VbUadliau
Councils today took action to meet the
provisions of the pension fund act re
cently signed by tho Governor by electing
ono membor from each Chamber of Coun
cils as required by the act to serve on
tho pension board, together with the
Mayor, tho City Treasurer and tho City
Comptroller. Common Council elected
John P. Connelly, chairman of tho FI
nanco Committee, and Select Council, John
F. Flaherty, of tho 13th Ward. Tho act
provides for tho pensioning of city em
ployes who are above 60 years of age and
who havo been In the employ of tho city
for 20 years or more.
An ordlnanco to permit tho Volunteer
Firemen's Association to erect an "old
fashioned flrohouso" on tho Parkway was
Introduced In Select Council this after
noon by Edward Buckholz, of the 19th
Ward. Tho ordlnanco would Bet apart
a plot of ground at 23d and Callowhlll
streets for the erection of what would
virtually be a museum of old fire fight
ing apparatus Tho association agrees to
furnish the building and supply tho relics
If the city will donate the ground.
Chairman John P. Connelly, of tho
Finance Committee, at the request of
Director Cooke today Introduced nn ordi
nance Into Common Council appropriating
JS500 to the Bureau pf City Property for
tho purchase of now museum cases for
An ordinance condemning for uso as a
public playground a plot of ground in tho
36th ward bounded by Reed, Dickinson,
31st and 32d streets, was Introduced In
Common Council today by Frank J. Ityan.
Common Councilman from tho 36th Ward.
,n ordlnanco providing for the samo
thing recently passed Councils and was
vetoed by the Mayor. No attempt was
mado at that tlmo to pass It aver his
An ordinance authorizing tho construc
tion of branch sewers under Delaware
avenue and providing for paving Dela-
wuro avenue, between Mifflin street and
Snyder avenue, was Introduced Into Coun
cils today by Common Councilman George
II. Kelley, of the 26th Ward.
John F. Flaherty, member of Select
Council from the 13th Ward, was una
nimously elected to represent that body
In the new Municipal Pension Board,
which was created by the Legislature at
the last session. The board will govern
all city employes except police and firemen.
The necessity for tho prompt organiza
tion of a Division of Child Hygiene In
this city under tho Department of Public
Health and Charities was brought to the
attention of Councils today In a com
munication from Maor Ulankenburg. The
Mayor also sent a lengthy statement from
Director Ziegler, urging tho Inauguration
of such a division and setting forth the
minimum schedule for the requirements
of such an organization for trie remainder
of tho year 3915.
I'ndor the plan of Director Ziegler tho
total coit of tho bureau between July 1
nnd December 31. 1015, Including salaries
nnd services other than personal, would
amount to $13,046.63. Thirty-five positions
would bo created, most of which would
bo filled by women. 22 of them being
nurses. Tho chief of the division would
receive n salary of $3600.
Tho high mortality rate among children
In Philadelphia, Director Ziegler contends,
Is auftlclonl reason for the establishment
of a Division of Child Hygiene. The work
of tho ilKlsIun would be largely to nld tho
children of the poorer classes, providing
medical treatment nnd Instructing tho
mothers how to caro for the children.
Tho division would also supervise tho
work on tho recreation piers. Tho nurses
now emplovcd for summer work among
tho poor chlldron could bo kept In service
after September 1, according to tho pro
gram outlined by Director Ziegler.
FIREHOUSE WORK DELAYED
Mayor and Porter Asks Councils to
Much-needed Improvements to police
and flro stations throughout tho city aro
being delayed Indefinitely, according to
a communication to Councils from Mayor
Blankenburg today, because In tho ordi
nances appropriating money to tho De
partment of Public Safety a clause was
Inserted making the appropriations "sub
ject to futuro legislation by Councils."
Tho removal of this hampering proviso
was requested by the Mnyor that tho
money may be expended during the sum
mer months, when Councils aro not In
session. Accompanying the Mayor's let
ter was one from Director Porter to John
P. Connelly, chairman of Councils'
Flnanco Committee, also requesting that
tho restricting clause be stricken out so
that the loan money will be Immediately
The clause referred to In the letter
affects tho disposition of five separate
Recreation Board Men Reappointed
Mayor Blnnkenburg today reappointed
Otto T. Mallery nnd Dr. William A.
Stecher as members of tho Board of
Recreation, for terms of three years from
tho first Monday of June, 1915. In a let
ter to Councils the Mayor requested tho
confirmation of the appointments.
Ringi, Bar Pins
Diamond of merit mounted
For over a quarter of a century we have de
voted our entire attention to the requisites of Men's
Footwear and have established an enviable reputa
tion along those lines.
Our reputation u your guarantee,
Comfort, Style, Quality
147 S. Broad St.
Boston Contracting Compnny
Declared to Have Done Poor
Work on Southern Boulevard
A comnMo of councllmen, alt of whom
are supporters of the Varos, condemned
the work done on the Southern Boule
vard by the Hasson Company, of Boston,
the concern which underbid the Vares on
the work last year.
The condemnation nt ti. ,,. ..
brought out this aftornoon through a
resolution Introduced by Common Coun-
luuiun ueorge K-eny, or the 26th Ward,
chairman of tho Highway Committee. The
resolution requested tho City Controller
to withhold his signature from the war
rant drawn to the order of the Hanson
Company for tho work until It has been
AL?,RBon.l'!nd"1 that ,h0 8u Phlla
mift. Bus'n"s Men's Association had
complained to tho chairman of the Hlgh
wny committee about the poor character
of the work. The resolution also set forth
that a commlttoe of Councllmen, together
""' " cumpoient engineer, Inspected the
work and found It Improperly done. The
Ulasson Company obtained the contract
on a bid of $110,000. t'ntll tho outsldo
compnny competed for tho work, the
arcs had tho boulovard contract prac
tically to themselves. Tho resolution
was finally passed by both chambers.
..lp.1.0 tno Pscnt lime It Is estimated
that tho work done by tho HasBon Com
pany amounts to $196,465.12. The company
has been paid $167,819.78, leaving a bal
nnco of $12,160.22. Kxtra work has been
authorized to tho amount of J70SS.25. leav
ing a balance duo of nearly $J0.O00, tn
iiiiuiuun 10 me rest or mo contract.
Kelly said the company agreed to do the
work In 123 clays, but has been engaged
livtutj OW U11VB,
$31,350 FOR BLOCKLEY ASKED
Director ZieRlcr Requests Appropria
tion by Councils.
An additional appropriation of $31,310 for
tho Philadelphia Hospital and tho trans
for of two Items of $3000 from this year's
schedulo wero requested from Councils
today by Director Ziegler. Mayor Blank
enburg forwarded the request of tho Di
rector to Councils, together with a com
munication from himself. In which ho
urged Councils to tako prompt action In
One transfer Item Is for $3000 appropri
ated for auto trucks. The plnn of the Di
rector Is to uro this money to purchase
new nuto-ambulnnccH. Tho auto-ambulances
now In use nt tho hospital, ho said,
uoro of a wholly obsolete typo and nearly
WANTS 40TH WARD DRAINED
Inadequate System on Low Lands
Causes Nuisnnco, Mayor Says.
Prompt Councllmanlo action to provide
an adequate dralnngo system for the de
pressed area In tho 40th Ward -as re
quested by Mayor Blankenburg today In
n communication to Councils. Tho pres
ent inadequate drainage system there, tho
Mayor Etntod, has resulted In a condition
that Is a uulsanco and Is prejudicial to
the public health.
Accompanying tho Mayor's letter were
resolutions recently adopted by tho Board
of Health calling attention to tho condi
tions In this section and urging action by
SEEKS INQUIRY INTO
STORY OP PRISON CRUELTY
Detective Captain Sends Letter to
Governor of Florida.
Captain Cameron, head of the Philadel
phia detective force, sent a letter to the
Governor of Florida asking him to make
an Investigation of a story of Ill-treatment
In a prison camp at Ocala, Florida,
told by a young Philadelphia man, whose
father obtained his release by paying part
of a heavy fine a Judr Imposed upon
him for riding on freight trains of the
Seaboard Air Line without permission.
Tho young man, Frank McMahon, 51
years old, of 16S5 Emily street, Frank
ford, left Philadelphia last January for
Jacksonville, Fla,, In search of work. He
could obtain none there, and remained
In an Institution until a Job was offered
him nt Saford, Fla, With several olhir
,young mon McMahon said ho started for
Sanford aboard a freight train, but In
some way missed connections, nnd had
to freight about 100 miles more to get
to tho town. When they arrived there
they found tho Joba filled, and again used
the "elde-door-pullman" for the return
trip to Jacksonville.
On this Journey they were arrested, and
McMahon declares that wtlla in ih nri.
camp he was beaten and refused medical
attention when ho was 111. since coming
back to Philadelphia ho spent two weeks
In St. Agnes Hospital.
Captain Cameron had asked the au
thorities to release the young man, but
In some manner letters to and from him
wore Intercepted. It Is thourhl. inrf i,.
Judgo told McMahon, according to his
story, that Northearncrs make a practice
of living off tho Southerners In tho winter,
and ho'd make an example of him and
Never Envied Fiancee's Og arettc Tips
NBW YOHK. June lO.-Robert C. Mc
Cormlck, Assistant District Attorney,
never told his beautiful wife while be
was courting her that he envied the gold
tipped cigarettes she pressed between hr
rosy lips He entered denial under cross
examination In Mrs. McCormlcVs suit for
We hve ready for d
Intrjf a number of thtin
popular "Vacation Styln."
Cham prepaid (a ahore
Talking Machine Co.
Broad Above Walnut
Thrao Three Open fivenlnni
DROAD AND COLUMBIA AVE.
B2D AND CHESTNUT 8TS.
IZ4 LANCASTER AVE.
Q No man wants to carry
around him with the un
necessary baggage of an
inner and an outer coat
when the mercury is up in
C, That's how we felt our
selves several years ago;
and the feeling became
father to the fact, when we
ripped out the lining and
set ourselves to study
the next step.
C We finished the inside
seam-edges with silk or
mohair, and gave them an
artistic softness of outline.
JjhT J:.&. As7 v3
Jeraejr nniln-l'eil Whltr 1'ekln Duck.
i.ruiirrB .ijiik rem ana
Strlctljr rreili r.tst tor Imallih
Just good country butter the tastiest ns
And good, fresh cg. rliht from th farm.
And clean-drcnred Brain-fed Jersey fowl
hipped fresh dally
When you want ua to deliver any ot these
thine anywhere call or phone.
Ice Cream, Ices
For Sunday's Dessert
Quality Ilenowned for CO years
Auto Suburban Delivery
Chestnut mti and
1024-26 Chestnut St
none Filbert tin.
ONLY THE nn.1T.
llUTTKU, KOOH AM) 1'OUI.TnV
READING TERMINAL MARKET
rilbert 533G.2337 Race 1301
C; We put the lightest of
silk lining into the sleeves.
a strip of silk or fine mo
hair around the neck and
shoulder-fronts, and bel
lowsed the pockets with
silk on the inside.
tfSg DRINK ffa
in the World
delivered to home or office.
PUROCK WATER CO., 210 S. 241b Street
"Grooving the Ball"
By Geo. M. Young
"Ty on a Rampage"
By Geo. M. McLinn
Here arc a pair of up-to-tlie-minute
on diamond iubjects of pres
ent interest. Written for the
real fan's armchair reading.
C Out came all excess
padding and canvas, and
into their place went
Perry tailoring to build
up shapeliness and style.
C The fabrics? The light
est of cloth, porous as a
sieve! Fine blue serge,
striped and plaided pat
terns; delicate mixtures
that suggest the coolness
of the sea!
And $20, 525, $30 the Suit
Perry & Co.,w.r
16th & Chestnut Sts.
AUTOCARS HAVE STANDARDIZED DELIVERY SERVICE
Get Your Autocar Now-CHASSIS PRICE $1650
Kr ' ngaHBIffPMIIffiraTlllWr j'i riTtff t i I ' ' ' ' 1 1 1fFlRBrlBi'' T ' -iLJ I M.
The delivery of mill work to any part of the city on time isn't always
possible with horses. Frank C. Snedaker & Co., mill and stair work, Ninth
and Tioga Sts., Philadelphia, can start their Autocar Motor Vehicle with a
load to West Philadelphia as late as 4 P. M deliver the material and be
back in a hurry couldn't with horses. This car averages 40 to 50 milea a
day and replaces two two-horse teams. Besides its regular work in the city,
it has delivered work to Phoenixville, Trenton, Wilmington and other places.
Ask Philadelphia's leading concerns what they think of thalr Autocars. Call
at the Autocar Sales and Service Company, 2Sd and Market Sts., Philadel
phia, or write for illustrated catalog and list of over 2600 concerns using
Autocars in every line of business.
itR, 710 Chwtmit St.