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EVENING LEDGER-PHIUADELPHIA', FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1916;
NfllTH OF A NATION"
HERE NEXT SEASON
Griffith's Mammoth Photoplay,
Already Licensed in Penn
sylvania, to Be Shown in
Regular Theatre Here.
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ARDEN, FAMOUS FOR ITS BEAUTY, MOST
DELIGHTFUL "VACATIONETTE" SPOT VISITED
COST OF VACATIONETTE
Philadelphia to Arden (Harvey
Station) and return via B. & O..$i.0S
Return can be made from WIN
mlngton by boat.
Automoblllsta will have to pay 20
cents tolls In, each direction be
tween Darby and Chester If they
take the Chester pike... 40
Arden Is full of delightful picnic spots
for basket lunches. There Is also an
attractive llttlo restaurant In the
The name "Arden" has a mystic charm
about It. Shakespeare has woven delight
fill tales of the forest of the same name,
of which the beautiful scene between Or
lando and Itosallnd, In "As You Like It."
aro the most charming. In the Impres
sionistic days of our youth our Imaglna-
1 With the Thnnhouscr Players.
By the Photoplay Editor
Crimth's greatest photoplay, "Tho Ulrth
of a Nation," which has been crowdlnK
n New York theatre at $3 n scat halt tho
year and has Just finished 150 perform
ances In Hoston, will bo shown In Phila
delphia next fall at ono of tho major thea
tres as a regular J2 booking If very do
elded rumors In Now York nro to bo be
lieved. Hitherto It had been thought very im
probable that tho Him would bo shown
hero owing to tho dimcultlcs raised In
New York, and especially In Hoston, over
Its alleged "anti-negro" propaganda. It
Is now said, honovcr, that tho film was
passed by tho Pennsylvania censor last
winter beforo presentation In cither of tho
The Birth of a Nation," It need .hardly
be added. Is at tho forefront of tho grow
ing tendency toward spectncular photo
plays, beautifully filmed and realizing ef
fects that tho stago can never nchlevo. A
view of tho film lost winter convinced one
that tho battlo scenes wcro tremendous,
tho "close-ups" intensely dramatic and
the views of mountains and woodland!,
Eva Tanguay has devlopcd a new side
of her character. In addition to throttling
her temperament a llttlo nchlovcmen"
which seema to havo obviated tho neces
sity of theatrical managers getting a bet
down with Lloyd's every tlmo sho prom
ises to appear on tho stage she's becomo
Nearly seven years ago ailss Tansuav
got a letter written on tho stationery of
the Cameraphono Company, Inc., offer
ing her $2300 to appear In a combination
jnovlns-plcturo - grnphophono - song-and
danco act to be known as "Success." Since
c, check for the $2500 was attached tho
r.omcdlcnno wasted no tlmo Blgnlng a con
tract, stipulating that the picture was to
;, be exhibited for not more than a year
arte.- it was nmsned,
"What happened Immediately thereafter
Isn't stated In papers filed yesterday In
"i the New York Supreme Court by Reynolds,
Thomas s lrledman, Miss Tanguay s at
torneys, but beforo long tho Cameraphono
Company went broko and was adjudged
bankrupt Tho film disappeared and
wasn't heard of again until a few days
ago, when it suddenly came to llfo on
As a result of tho resurrection John W.
Heaney and Joseph F, Leo have been
cited to appear today beforo Justice Doff
and show cause why an Injunction, re
training them from selling or cxhlhltlnir
F, "Success" should not Issue forthwith.
. Miss Tanguay says In a deposition:
"The fllm Is not even a motion picture,
as the phrase Is understood today. At tho
time of Its manufacturo it was a failure
and Its resurrection nt this late day
Would bo a serious blow to me."
Tho activities of tho Metro Pictures
Corporation and its five producing allies
ore assuming wider proportions with
each fleeting week. Within the past few
flays many new engagements have been
obligated by the directors of the Metro
company and the heads of tho five allied
concerns. General Manager Rowland, of
the Metro company, announces the ac
quisition of numerous new plays, among
which aro "Pigs In Clover." "Richard
Carvel," "Rosemary for Remembrance,"
The Purple Lady," "Baccaret" and "The
Silent Voice," all of which havo been pro
cured during the past week and allotted
to stars on tho Metro roster.
Five new players of stellar position
have been procured and Installed at tho
head of special casts for Immediate work
inIetro productions. Emmy Wehlan, the
Viennese singer, last seen hero In "To
night's the Night," will make her ap
pearance for B. A. Rolfe In the principal
role In Charles Koran's romance, "When
R woman Loves."
Ralph Hera and Lois Meredith will ap
pear also under tho Rolfe banner in a
"n I'.uuuvuuii ui oici iiusenieia a suc-
.-iwiui arama, mo rurpie Laay. urn
'lly Stevens, last seen in a Itnlfn nroduc-
ion, will make her second appearance on
ine metro program in Rolfea production
of "The Liars," in which sho will bo sup
ported by Hamilton, Ravelle. "The Liars"
Is an original manuscript possessing many
valuable situations, admirably adapted to
alls Stevens' talents.
For the Popular Playa and Players,
Call Kane will make her appearance on
'the Metro program In tho production of
Clyde Fitch's famous play, "Her Great
Match " Miss Kane was Jast seen in
JHorse M. Cohan's picturesque play,
The Miracle Man." Edmund Breese is
working In the final scenes of his second
screen effort for the Popular Playa and
layers In Robert iv. Kbi-vi- rmm
f pOem ClaSSlC. "The Hn1l nf l. Vntnn
rrhlle Ann Murdock began work this week
LUL.th BF.re? Vision. "A Royal Family."
,-iii win po Miss Murdock'a first ap-
William Nigh, until a few weeks ago
t? f? w,th U,e cl"rnla Motion
S. -""-'MMun. joins ine U. A. Hoira
lOrces this week and will have charge of
ST niniira or "A Jtovjil pmiv."
Hea Hor.in will tin.. uitrt.....
Soman Loves " Herbert - Dlacha will
Muce "Her Great nintah" ,!, n.n
n. while Jack Noble will direct "The
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Police Court Chronicles
A person cannot be too patriotic In the
opinion of Zeke Davis, of Mahanoy City,
and to prove his attitude In this connec
tion ha started a Fourth of July celebra
tion on his own account up In Kensing
ton. Unfortunately, Zcke took some In
ternal firewater beforo Indulging In the
pyrotechnics, and his hand was somewhat
unsteady when ho nttemptcd to direct
roman candles nnd other things sky
WArd. The flcry darts from many of
tho candles shot through tho windows
of several persons who were dining, and
they told Zeko to cut tho enthusiasm.
He simply laughed nt them, ns ho con
tinued the display at Beach and Laurel
streets, nnd expressed his contempt for
WEARS llUDBEIl SUIT AT SEA
tlons carried us far astray In fantastic
dreams which clothed tho Forest of
Arden In splendrous beauty,
Arden Itself Is no less mystic or less
glorious than our dreams. It would be
Impossible to outdream Arden. Fields of
flowers, meadows of clover, cherry trees
laden with choicest fruit, tempting for
ests nnd a delightful llttlo stream, all
held us spctlbound In their magic.
It wns llko being transported Into an
other world. Onco lnsldo tho llttlo wooden
arch which welcomes tho Btrnnger from
tho Harvey road, tho prosaic llfo of tho
workaday world Is cast asldo llko a cloak.
It could .not bo otherwise. Wo couldn't
help It ourselves. Soma Invisible hand
stripped us of our dusty, wornout mantle
as wo entered and a Joyous spirit, devoid
of weariness, took Its place. Tho qualnt
ncss nnd dellghtfulncss of tho colony It
self added to tho beauties of nature,
INTO DELAWAHE COUNTY.
It Is dldlcult to rcaoh Arden by trolley.
It can bo done, however, by taking tho
Wilmington car from Darby nnd getting
off at Carpenter. It is then a walk of
two or three, miles to Arden. Because of
this wo loft by train. Wo took tho Balti
more and Ohio from the 24th and Chestnut
streets station for Harvey. Tho round
trip faro Is ?LO0.
Tho train passes through scenery which
Is somewhat familiar to "vncatlonetto"
tourists. The route took us along the
Schuylkill River, around tha University of
Pennsylvania and into Darby. Almost
immediately tho country bocamo hilly and
small woods stretched between meadows
nnd acres of cultivated land. At this
tlmo tho corn is getting' to bo fairly high
nnd tho oats Is about ready to harvest.
DARBY AND CHESTER.
Tho train passes only along tho edge of
Darby, so that It is impossible to seo tho
business section of the thriving suburb.
Just beyond the town we passed over
Darby Creek, a stream which wo had not
met since our trip to West Chester,
Coatesvlllo and Downlngtown. Boone,
Colllngdale, Llanwellyn, Holmes, Folsom,
Ridley, Mllmont and Woodlyn, all sub
jirbs, were passed beforo wo reached
On our trip to Wilmington wo passed
along tho river front of Chester. This tlmo
we went through the western end of tho
city. This part of town Is on a hill, and
a short distance from tho railroad are
many beautiful residences. Upland, a
suburb of Chester, Is only a short dis
tance boyond. Felton, Twin Oaks, Booth
wyn and Ogden aro the remaining towns
In iennsylvanla that we passed.
Carpenter, tho first town in Delaware,
Thousands of men, women and children in Philadelphia aro denied an
opportunity to net away from tho heat and dirt of the city during the summer.
Few cities in tho East arc more advantageously situated for short, refresh
ing, economical trips to tho country than is Philadelphia, and it is in consid'
cration of the two facts that the Evenino Ledoeii has decided to give its
readers, each week, the outline of a "vacalionctte."
Representatives of the Evening Ledger take these trips personally, in
advance, with an eye to determining the exact cost for fares and meals, and
the points of recreation, scenic value and historic interest. Realizing that
the expense attached to these jaunts is an important consideration with those
who arc unable to go to the shore or the mountains, this matter is given in
Many owners of automobiles also aro kept at home during part of the
summer, and for their convenience the automobile routes through the same
territory are given along with tho trolley trips. A map of both auto and
trolley routes, with points of particular interest, accompanies each article.
Cut out the articles and the maps, so that when you are ready to take a short
trip you will find them of interest and assistance. This is the tenth trip.
Is the stntlon beforo Hnrvey. Harvey Is
tho nearest stop to Arden.
AftPr alighting from tho train wo went
up the short hill from tho station and
Vent west along tho road. After 15 min
utes' ensy walk, which Included n few
stops to pick tho tempting cherries
which dangled over our heads, wo
reached tho Ardon gates. It Is an unob
struslvo bit of wood, very stmplo In de
sign, thnt would cscapo tho notlco of tho
casual pedestrian, It Is on tho right sldo
of tho road In a cluster of small trees
nnd leads to a llttlo footpath only large
enough for ono person nt a time. A short
dlstanco farther nlong tho main road Is
tho nutomobllo cntrnnco to tho settlement.
Tho footpath Joins this after winding Us
way a short dlstanco under tho trees.
At tho head of tho road Is tho Arden
Arts and Crafts shop. Hero aro all man
ner of odds nnd ends beaten out of metal
or worked by hand In other materials.
Rings, fobs, pins, candlesticks, latches
and trays nro among tho interesting
articles on sale. A few steps beyond Is
tho centre of tho community. At tho left
aro tennis courts nnd clock-golf; at tho
rights are fields. In ono sheep roam
nbout; In tho other men and boys play
Arden's homes nro not freaks of archi
tecture. In fact wo havo not seen any
prettier anywhere nlong our trips. No
attempt has been made to build Immenso
pnlaces that have three spare rooms for
every one In use. The homes are neat,
attractive and In good taste. The plots
of ground surrounding the houses are
well kept, with pleasant arbors, daintily
trimmed gates and pretty gardens. Each
house is occupied by a single, family.
In tho woods, nlong tho banks of tho
crcok nnd further down the main road
aro a. number of comfortable, bungalows.
Most of tho houses havo vegetable gar
There is a curiosity In tho woods in
bnck of the ball field. Ono of the early
residents built himself a llttlo hut In the
branches of a tree. He tried to avoid the
attentions of the populace, but his queer
conception of "mob psychology" had Just
the opposite effect. Ho soon abandoned
his nest for a home on the ground.
Arden Is not a "high-brow" colony in
nnv sense of the word unless It hi. nsprl
to apply to business men, educntors and I
others In public llfo. Tho Ardcnltcs find
their amusement In tho same way as do
their Philadelphia brethren. Wo havo nl
rcady referred to tho tennis courts, the
clock-golf, nnd tho ball fields. The creek
Is dammed up to mnko a largo swimming
pool, which Is n popular Institution.
There Is ono fenturo of community llfo
which is very attractive. Evory evening
after sunset tho residents, men, women
nnd children, gather around a hdgo camp.
firo in a small clearing in tho woods.
Here, after the firo has spent its forco
nnd tho burning logs nro glowing
leisurely, stories aro told or read, anec
dotes are exchanged and songs aro sung,
In solo or In chorus. This lasts until it
Is tlmo for tho children to go to bed,
after which tho men lingcraround the
smouldering embers and discuss various
subjects of interest.
Tho spot chosen is a very happy ono
for tho purpose. The forest at this point
Is clear for n space of 30 or 40 feet; tall
pine trees leavo a email opening at tho
top, through which tho stars peep, and
tho bank slopes down about the firo In a
semicircle. This Is only ono of Arden's
many beautiful spots.
Automoblllsts will find good roads to
Arden. Tho route closely parallels tho
railroad. From Darby toko tho Chester
plko through Chester to tho crossroads
about two miles beyond tho city. There
turn to tho right nlong tho branch marked
Harvey. Chester pike Is a tollroad be
tween Darby nnd Chester. Tho "tariff"
Is 20. cents in each direction. It is possible
to escapo""the tolls by taking tho Point
Brcezo and Ecjdystone road to Chester
and striking tho "plko" In that city.
Arden Is only a few miles from Wil
mington. Automoblllsts and others could
vary tho Journey by making tho return
trip through Wlmlngton. Those who
Journey to Arden by train may return
from Wilmington by boat.
people who had no patriotism. Police
man McDougnll was attracted by tho
fireworks, and told Zeko he was loo enrlv.
But Davis paid no attention to tho cop
nnd prepared n giant skyrocket for n trip
to tho henvens.
Before ho could light It, tho cop caught
him by tho neck and landed htm and his
unshot fireworks In the Front nnd Master
streets station. Maglstrato Scott appre
ciated Zcko's patriotic spirit, but re
minded him that these wcro the pafo and
sane days when genornl fireworks' dis
plays wcro taboo. Zeko promised to agree
with tho law and bundled up his pyro
technics, which ho will shoot off to a
moro appreciative audience In Mahanoy
Dead Church a Cemetery Chapel
LANCASTER. July 2.-Aftor 76 years of
life, tho Sit. Nebo Presbyterian Church is
dead. The congregation there wcro only
M members left has parted, nnd the
members hnvo nfrillated with other
churches. Now members failed to enter,
nnd ns tho old founders died away, so
did the power of tho church. No sooner
had tho church boen dissolved then sev
eral of tho most prosperous of tho con
gregation banded together, bought tho
church building nnd grounds, nnd an
nounced that the Mt. Nebo Cemetery
Company was a reality. Tho church will
bo used as tho cemetery chapel.
Franklin Ilooscvelt Better
WASHINGTON. July 2. It was stated
nt the Navy Hospital today that Assistant
Secrctnry of tho Navy Franklin D. Roose
volt, who was operated on yestordny for
appendicitis passed a restful night and
that his condition was much Improved.
IDEAL OUTINGS FOR
JULY 4TH AND JULY 5TH
7 KOUNll TRIPS rj
I TO TIIENTOV
Goethals Quits Active Canal "Work
PANAMA, July 2. Major General
George W. Goethals said yesterday thnt
his connection with the Government con
struction of the Panama Canal henceforth
would bo chiefly advisory. His resigna
tion of tho Governorship of tho Canal
Zone takes effect late in November, after
hearings by an appropriations subcom
mittee on canal estimates.
Burlington Island Park
Beautiful grove, eleennt sandy beach for
bathing. Tako your fishing tackle and enjoy
a. day's quiet snort. Restaurant, baseball,
lawn tennis, dancing, all amusements.
Historic City of Trenton
Take lour fimlly to 0lt tho spot where
Washington crossed tha Delaware.
Carnival at Beverly
Full brass band on river bank nil day and
evening. Canoe races In afternoon. City to
be beautifully Illuminated In the eentng.
DON'T rOHGET YOUIl KODAK
Take f I'. M steamer for Trenton. On re
turn trip llrenorks at the different points,
1.KAVK CHESTNUT hT. TIKn, 1'llILA.
S.30, 10:30 A. M. 1:30, 3.00, COO, 8:30,
10:30 r M
8Ti:AMICH3 I.BAVE TKKNTONR:30. 10:30
A. 11.. 1:30, 4.00, 5:00, 7:15, 8:30 P. M.
American Voynjrer Has Plan to t)efy
WASHINGTON, July 2. W. W. llrlde,
wh'j resigned recently ns nn assistant
solicitor of tho Department of State to
tako a position ns London representatlva
of American exporters, will sail for Liver
pool next week. Ho has carefully forti
fied himself against drowning as a result
of possible submarlno attack.
Mr. Bride has obtained a rubber suit,
lined with cork, which tho Inventor In
sists will keep tha wearer afloat for many
hours. The suit wns made to fit Bride's
body from tho solo of his feet to his neck.
Severn! pounds of lead aro Inclosed In thn
fret of tho suit, so ha will be enabled to
keep his head above water,
Mr. Bride will steep In the suit during
his trip across tho Atlantic.
$10,000 to prove souriett
Pittsburgh Steel Man Will Serve Jail
Term if Convicted.
ATLANTIC CtTT, N. 3. July 2
Whether John R. Taylor, retired Pills
burgh steel man, is to spend from ?t days
to six months in Jftll and bo deprived of
his license- to drive an nutomobllo In New
Jersey, Is to bo decided by Recorder B C.
Gasklll July 8. This was tho Courts
verdict after silting for two days whits
counsel for the wealthy cottager tried to
provo hs was not Intoxicated when h
mussed up tho scenery of Chelsea lail
month with his machine. Should tha
Court find Taylor was drunk he has no
alternative but to rentenca him to nt least
30 days behind tho bars. Tho Court must
decide Just what constitutes Intoxication
from vlows given by prominent physicians
who testified. Taylor has said he would
rather spend (10,000 than go to Jail.
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TO WILMIW&TtlW 1
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And her big Parks on Brandywine Creek
IDEAL PLACES FOR A REAL HOLIDAY
No trip thnt could possibly bo arranged for July 3d, July 4th
or July 6th, will equnl this brnolng GG-mllo sail on the romantic
Dolaware. This outing, from beginning to end, abounds In
scones of historic interest, ns well as beauty spots, which nature
has amply provided,
RATES WILMINGTON, Exc, 50ct Single, 30c
CHESTER, Exc, 2Sc Single, 15c
Children, 5 to 12 years, half fare
SPECIAL RATE tfpi
One-day excursion ticket to Wilmington will bo issued S "C
every day except SATS., SUNS. & HOLIDAYS, for. . . &BilJ
FOR PENNSGROVE, N. J. Close conncctlonn-mnite right
on our Wllnilnfrtnn vrlinrf
REDUCED RATES TO BRANDYWINE SPRINGS PARK
Old rate restored. I'nre now 10c to nrnndynine Spring
Pnrk nnd return, but ticket inunt lie procured on the boat to
obtain tills special rnle. (inod un liny of lunue only.
Evening Sails Arrnni0 ,'?r EVnln!c .s" .of M 5H. Cool nil the war.
-vv'","B "'" Go tonlsht. 0. 1 and 8.30 boats return on Julr 4 nnd S.
Take the Boats of the Famous Wilson Fleet
The lnrKmt, fnxtcnt, nenest, clcnncni, safest and moat com
forlnlilr lionlN nn the Dolnvinrc.
"City of Philadelphia" "City of Chester"
"City ot Wilmington" "Ilrandywine"
ivcavo (jnestnut Htroet wnarr nnd Wilming
ton dally and Sundnv at 7.30, 9, 10.30 A. M.,
12 M 1.30, 3. 4.1E. 6. 7. 8.30 and 9.30 P. M.
Additional trips July 4 nnd July G nt 10.4C P.M.
AM. IIOATS STOP AT CIinSTKH
Family Excursion Steamer to
Btopplnr nt Chester and rennscrora
Only Uont to Augustine Bench
I.sndlnr in front ot Erove; safa salt-watsr
bathlnc; COO sanitary bathrooms. Full or
chestra on boat and beach: danclnr all day.
Artesian water; plenty tables, benches and
hade. All kinds ot amusements at beach.
Fare, Round Trip, 60c. Children, 8 to 10, 23c.
Leares Arch Street Wharf Bi30 Dally.
Kur.dnr, 9 A. 31.
JAMES K. OTIS, Mcr 3 Arch St.
A cholco cement bungalow, 3 rooms
and Inclosed porch; opposite tho
Commons; hullt for summer nnd
wlntor; hnlf aero of ground, ad
jacent to forest; garden, small fruits,
large chlchon house and outbuild
ings. Cnn be connected with wator
main. I'rlcc 91000.
TERMS TO SUIT
V. S. I'OTTEH, Arden, Del.
TENTS to HIRE
110 NORTH NINTH STREET
PACKARD LIMOUSINE A TOURING CARS
Jll- HOUR, DAY. WEEK Oli MONTH
PACKARD SERVICE CO.
1411-13 LOCUST ST.
Phones Spruce 3140; Raco 213.
BEFORE STARTING on any of these trips
consult me In reference to a farm or sub
urban homo In theso sections.
H. B. McCOLLUM
No. 1314 Walnut St.. Philadelphia
"Don't Forott the Number"
'1111! CAMP CALL TO DINNER
Tho Arden Summer Camp. Boys and
girls Mothers in charce. Constant and In
telligent supervision. Interesting play occu
pations. Swimming, tcnnlrf, dancing, nature
study, etc. Privileges ot Arden Club. Bal
anced diet. Shower bath. Rates reason
able Booklet on request. Mrs. CORA L.
rOTTm, Arden. Del.
Largo, well-furnished nnd ventilated
rooms, reception hall, 750 square feet of
porch. Plenty of shade. Conveniently
SPECIAL TERMS FOR WEEK-END3
AND PERIODS INCLUDING JUNE
Accommodations should bo secured In
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ctrola tor the rourt
The Heppe Rental -Payment Plan
Heppe No. 4 Outfit
Victrola IV $15.
Total $19.50 DOWN
PAY $2.50 MONTHLY
Heppe No. 8 Outfit
Victrola VIII $40
Total $45. DOWN
PAY $3,50 MONTHLY
makes a purchase easy
Victor merchandise is sold on a basis entirely different from the usual custom.
Although Victor prices are alike all over the United States, at Heppe's you can buy any
Victrola at the cash price and make your settlement either in cash or charge account, or
by the Heppe rental-payment plan. No matter what plan you use, no interest will be
charged. By the rental -payment plan you can secure any instrument at a mere rental
rate, all rent applying to the purchase price. This is only one of the many advantages
distinctive of Heppe Victor Service.
Our various outfits and the terms of our rental-payment plan are listed
Heppe No. 6 Outfit
Victrola VI $25.
DOWN Total $29.50
PAY $3 MONTHLY
Heppe No. 9 Outfit
Victrola IX $50.
Records , 10.
Heppe No. 10 Outfit
Victrola X $75,
Total $85. DOWN
PAY $S MONTHLY
VICTUOLA IV, 1S
VIOTKOLA X, Vi
' UtToU VI.
VICTROLA VIU, I0
VICTROLA IX, ISO J J illlll I t (
DOWN Total ....$60.
PAY $4 MONTHLY
VIOTBOLA XVI, i:00
Heppe No. 11 Outfit
A - Victrola XI , $100.
H)5 Records ,. 10.
DOWN Total $110.
PAY $8 MONTHLY
Khppe No. 14 Outfit
Victrola XIV $1B0, h f r
Rw3 J PAU
Total ..$160. DOWN
PAY $8 MONTHLY J
VI0THOLA XI, 1100 VICTROLA XIV, flSO
Write for large Illustrated Catalogue
In pianos, remember we have the Heppe patented three-sounding board instruments and the world-famous Pianola.
These instruments also sold on the rental-payment plan.
L J oHFrJtii Ot OUIN 6th tmd Thompson Streets
Heppe No. 16 Outfit
Victrola XVI ..,..$209.
DOWN Total $210.
PAY $10 MQTMtr
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