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HOUSE FOR MOVIES
palatial Homo, Gutted by
Flames, Is Rekindled to Stngo
Spectacular tire scenes, for which the
home of a California millionaire was net
on fire, with tho authority of tho local
fire department, provldo ono of the
feature In the Blogmph's forthcoming
three-reel production of Charlotte Bronte's
famous novel, "Jane Kyre."
Two days before the flro scenes were to
bo taken flro broke out In tho southern
California rcsldcnco of a noted St. Louis
millionaire. Tho blaze did great damage
beforo It was cot under control. The
enterprising director of "Jnno Eyro"
promptly approached tho flro authorities
with a daring proposal that he be permit
ted to start tho flro anew, under the
auspices of tho department, nnd stage
the necessary scenes In the corridors and
on the roof of the blazing building. This
permission was granted and a lire com
pany detailed to attend.
When the flro was burning briskly, In
a zone marked out by the firemen, a bat
tery of cameras was Installed at advan
tageous points where tho broken roof per
mitted plenty of daylight to enter the
rooms, and tho work went on. fnniiiii.
ltltchlc, as Rochester, who Is rescued by1
w siuuiu uuer matting lutlle efforts to
6ave his demented wife, had a narrow
escape from tho "real thing" when a sud
den burst of flames anticipated tho.wntch
ful firemen. Ho was not hurt i.A-..-
,Tho climax of tho play Is the self-de-
Birucuon ot tne crazed woman In a leap
from the blazing building. Qretchcn Hart
tnan, who played the role, refused to
shirk her responsibilities In favor of a
dummy, and twice took tho leap Into the
lire net so that there might bo no doubt
of the feat having been duly registered by
Puccini, who wroto tho music for the
cLe.rt "Th0 G,rI of th0 Golden West,"
which was successfully produced by tho
Metropolitan' Opera House a year or two
ago with tho co-operation of David
Belasco, is reported to bo at work 'on tho
score of an opera which takes as its
theme the ldylllcally beautiful story of
Oulda's "Two Little Wooden Shoes."
nicordis, of Milan, Lonbon and New
i York, who are Puccini's publishers, nro
authority for the statement that the com
poser may seek Inspiration for his work
In a study of "The Little Dutch Qlrl," a
flve-reel film seen hero this week.
Puccini Is one of the most progressively
minded of modern composers, and his will
ingness to learn from the action in and
acting shown a film is evidence of tho
fact. A copy of "Tho Little Dutch Girl"
Is to be sent to Puccini for his inspection
Mary Garden is tho latest grand opera
star to receive an offer to act for the
movies. Her manager, R. E. Johnston,
advised her by cable to Franco yester
day that a motion picture company In
this country had made an offer of
$150,000 for her to appear In films. It
.Miss Garden accepts tho offer, she will
play in four films, one of which will be
"Thais." Mr. Johnston cabled her that
a "highly responsible firm" had mado
"' V'le'' wnen questioned, Mr. Johnston
would not divulge tho name of the com
pany. United States District Judge Pao
Morris has ordered the seizure of unau
thorized and fraudulent Chaplin films at
Duluth, Minn., and Issued an Injunction
against the use of films said to violate
the Essanay copyright. Several films
were also seized In Chicago.
Owing to the popularity of tho Charles
Chaplin films, there have been several
cases in which fake productions have
open Issued. In other cases' films have
been rented from the General Film Com
pany, which distributes the Chaplin films
for Essanay, and the film copied and
theso copies sold or rented out as the
original Chaplin productions.
The Eastern Film Corporation, of Provi
dence, It. I which has been organized
for several months, and has already pro
duced a number of pictures, Is about
ready to commence marketing its prod
uct. It plans at present to make and re
lease four comedies a week and two
five-reel features each month. Tho first
feature to, be released will bo called
Peaceful Valley," featuring; Helen Low
cll, and following this in rapid succos
fclon will come ''Next." "Tho Red Petti
coat," and an adaptation of Bertha Gal-
ntlri'a nratl-1.......... .
..., nvifhliuw l ttiaKH RllCPPftR. "Th
eturn of Eve."
George W. Sammls, formerly of the
Klaw & Erlanger forces, and now busi
ness manager of the Triangle Film Cor
poration enterprises, arrived in Philadel
phia yesterday and at once began prepar
ations for tho opening of the Chestnut
Street Opera House under the new re
gime. While the exact date for the open
ing has not been settled, Mr. Sammls was
able to announco that tho first combina
tion of stars would Include Raymond
Hltchcockt In the Mack Bennett farce,
"My Valet": Douirlaaa trait-rumi,. in ..
I. W. Griffith adventure story, "Tho
Lamb," and Dustin FArnum, In "The Iron
Srtain." an Alaskan play directed by
Thomas II. Ince.
EVEyiSrq IEP,QRPHIi;kDELPHIAt WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
A NEW SORT OF MOVIE EIRE
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VAST HEAPS OF COAL
STORED BY P. R. R.
Declared That Reserve Supply
Will Be Used to Discourage
FAMOUS FRENCH AIRMAN DEAD
This ono . Eyre" after it had
V.......UO nuiuo ui auuer earnest.
TURNS TO TUMULT
Police Invasion Met by Fierce
Resistance, but Ultimate
A lack of ammunition forced the capitu
lation to tho police today ot fdur oppos
ing forces that had united to resist a
bluecoat Invasion In -the Tenderloin. Phy
sicians at tho Hahnemann Hospital se
cured the following as the names of the
combatants: Jennlo Murphy nnd Margaret
Wilson, 330 North 11th street; Thomas
Murphy, 418 Opal strcot, nnd William
Carr, 1217 Patton street. The victorious
bluecoats wero Slook, Loughrey and
Hayes, of tho 10th dnd Buttonwod streets
A tango tea was In progress at tho 11th
street house prior to the outbreak ' of
hostilities. Peace hovered over tho scene.
Everybody was happy, until suddenly an
argument started as ' to tho correct
method of executing tho dance. Tho lire
of discord spread. Eight seconds later,
without even the exchange of a single
note, the battlo started.
China, bric-a-brac, pottery, tin pans.
books, vases, picture frames, household
utensils and other articles filled tho air,
along with tho hoarse shouts of the bel
ligerents. The fight continued without
cessation until a plate slid through a
pane of glass and whizzed under tho nose
of a pedestrian, who notified the police.
Slook, Loughrey nnd Hayes responded.
They forced tho outer lino of defenses
represented by the door, but found It
necessary to intrench behind chairs at
tho bottom of tho stairs for some time.
Finally they noticed that the enemy was
running out of ammunition and charged.
When they were halfway to the parapets
at the top of the. stairs Jennie and Mar
garet and Thomas and William surren
dered. They will have a. hearing In the
MUSIC IN FAIRMOUNT PARK
la "Pt. CI.. t.,l.H
.-. ..o u.a, u. ilium ....
(b) "Pecheur KapolltalntT'..
Concerts This Afternoon and Evening
at Belmont Mansion
The program for concerts this afternoon
and tonight at Belmont Mansion, by tho
Falrmount Park Band, Richard Schmidt,
. , paut.i.
Afternoon, 4 to 0 o'clock.
1. Overture, "Poet and feasant Suppa
2. Melodies from "Hansel and Qretel"
Tf II til natal 11
4. "Orand American Fantaale" Uendlx
D. Alra from "Adelc " , Urlquet
. Walts. "Love Sparka" Holzman
i. uu tvnue jan irom western World.'
(b) lIarch. "Old Comrades" Telke
8. "Songs of the nay" Remlck
Evening-, 8 to 10 o'clock.
1. Overture, "Irish Comedy" Anaell
2, Motives from "La Oloconda" Ponchlelll
8. Ja) "Second Mazurka" Oodard
(b) "Polish Dance" Scharwenka
4 "Hungarian Fantaslo No. 2" Moses
D. Descriptive Fontasle, "Sheridan's Hide"
6. (a) "Down on the Swanee Rlver".Myddleton
lb) "Dance Hongrolae" Moaikowakl
7, Suite. "Nell Owyn" German
(a) Country Dance.
Do Lancey Unites With Episco
pal" Peirce Removes to Do
Lancey Building "
Several Important changes In promi
nent private schools took placo today
when t'ne old Do Lancey School was for
mally consolidated with tho Episcopal
rtcaacmy ana the Peirce School opened
its school year in the Le Lancey building
at 1120 Pine street.
Following the closo of the last school
years of the schools, announcement was
made that the De Lancey School would
be consolidated with the Episcopal Acad
emy, and that the De Lancey building
had been purchased by tho Telrce Busi
ness School. At t'no same time It was
announced that the consolidation of tho
former schools' would become effective on
this date, and that the Peirce School
would start Its next school year in Its
The Peirce School removed to UD0 Tine
street last Wednesday, and today Its regu
lar sessions began In its spacious quar
ters. The building provides ono of tho
moat modern-equipped business schools
In the country, and, with improvements
that have been made during tho sum
mer, It presented an inviting nppcarance
when the first zcsslon opened.
With the consolidation of the De
Lancey School nnd tho Episcopal Acad
em.J' the corporate title of the Academy
will be t retained and tho consolidated
schools will occupy the Academy Build
ing nt Juniper and Locust streets. The
combined school will be Informally known
as The EplBcopal Academy with which
was united tho Do Lancey School."
c) The Merrymakers,
dies from "The Only O
8. Melodies from "The Only Girl"
CONCERT ON CITY HALL PLAZA
Judgments Against Herman Ridder
NEW YORK. Sept L-The Sheriff re
t'jrned Judgments against Herman Ridder.
editor and publisher of tho Btaats-Zettung,
aggregating 15S,4, to the county clerk's
office 'Jyesterday, and reported Inability
tp find property which might be attached
to satisfy them. It is said proceedings
will be started Immediately to determine
what property Mr, Ridder owns, in order
to attach It and satisfy tho Judgments.
WALNUT-"Fine Feathers." with Robert
Edeson end a support lag stock company The
first production of the sUMtort venture of
Mr. Leahy exhibits Mr. Edeson In thi
play by Eugene Walter which served a. hll
VDila,ael5hntf.VehlCle b,lt WblcU "" r eVch.5
KEITH'B-Vlctor Morley and company. In "A
"&-fK?-. .' 8 Uelro on The Lun
bvuiuiuMj juMiie juiia ana Tyler rirw.ua
dancers! Lydla Harry, slnceri Paul OuinTvL.!
Joseph Mitchell. In 'The Phoney B'ifflS
Mine" I Loyal'r 'trained 1 doi. ChaunVyMon?oe
and company. In "A liuslneai Proposal'"
liurns and. Lynn, descriptjy, "sneers J
Lo-Ve and Wilbur and UtmOBSui New..
?.!OT' 5"jnV Potte?1 Ma!fc M
Philadelphia Band Plays There for
The program for a concert tonight on
City Hall Plaza by the Philadelphia Band,
C. Stanley Mackey, conductor, follows:
1. Overture. "The Bohemian Girl" Halfe
. (a) "Slavonic Dance No. 8" Dvorak
fb) "Slavonic Danes No. 1". Dvorak
ft. rvirnet Solo. "Fantasia on Weber's Last
Walts" llartman J
llovd 7. llamnrd. eololat.
4. Orand Scenes from "La Hohvme".. Puccini
6. Usllet Muatc to "Excelsior" Marenrn
tl. Melodlea from "The Spring- MHld'Mlelnharut
7. Valse dl Concert, "Angel ot Love"
8. nhapsody, "Espana" Chabrler
Slugged and Robbed of $42
WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. l.-Whlle
John Kayser was returning from work
early today highwaymen Btruck him from
behind with a blackjack, dazed him and
took his revolver and 1(2 in money. Kay
ser went to the plant where he Is em
ployed, got a shotgun and, after a futile
search for them, notified tho police. No
trace of the men was found.
TO SHOW GRIFFITH FILM
Court Enjoins Pittsburgh Mayor From
Closing- "Birth of a Nation"
Word reached the Jocal headquarters of
;.. ".' Qrlffltb. Mortaay afternoon, from
Pittsburgh that an Injunction had been
granted . tho representatives of "The
Birth offa Nation" against Mayor Arm
strong and the Chief of Police of Pitts
burgh, restraining tl)em from prohibit
ing the opening of the big spectacle at
the Nixon Theatre tonight. Mayor Arm
strong received a delegation of negroes
on Friday, and late Saturday served no
tlve uporwhe manager of "The Birth of
n NatlordJfcndleo. Manager KJrk. ofhe
Nixon Theatre, that he TVduld suppress
iiiH spi'i'iucic. tenner tnc Mayor nor
Chief of Police had seen the picture pro
duction. When this fact was made clear
to the Court, an Injunction was Issued
Immediately. This makes the fifth legal
move the owners of the big picture havo
had to undertake to secure their rights.
In each case they have been successful In
getting Injunctions which permit them to
contlntio Mbir presentations. These in
junctions have been granted In Los An
geles, St. Louis, New Jersey, Chicago
War Makes Drug Prices Double
Drugs that before the war were im
ported from Germany, Austria and Rus
sia ,have more than doubled Jn price In
some instances and Indications are that
they will go still higher. Shipments of
drugs from Russia have been cut off.
Many of the finer essential oils and spe
cialized products were supplied by Ger
many, among them cinnamon and savin.
HARRISDURG, Sept. 1. The Penn-
sylvannla Railroad's supply of empty
coal cars has been Insufficient to meet
tho demands put upon It for tho storage
of bituminous coat In desired quantities
along Its lines.
When, a few weeks ago, the policy
creating large reserve supplies of soft
coal was announced, It was eald that the
fompany would extend Its siding
wherever posslblo and uso tho surplus
coal cars for tho accumulation of Im-
mrnse stocks, but It has developed that
the empty coal carriers oro not nearly
adequate for the purpose. Accordingly,
great quantities of coal are being dumped
at various points between Philadelphia
and ltarrlsburg, at Enola and on tho
Middle division cast of the soft coal
region. These heaps of fuel far surpass
In size anything of the kind ever seen
beforo In Pennsylvania, outside a very
few of the larger anthracite storago
yards. They resemble huge dumps of
cinder nnd slag that accumulate near
blast furnaces and along the crest of
each Is run a standard gaugo railroad
track on which the coal trains are pushed
and tho cars dumped.
It is said thesp supplies are Intended not
so much ns a source of supply In caso of
a strike as to hold over tho heads of the
mine workers when they mako their
demands for higher wages and shorter
hours. Each day adds to tho size of the
piles and watchmen are employed to seo
io it inai mo fuel Is not fired or stolen.
CAMDEN STUDENTS TO DRILL
School Board Head Says Military
Training Will Bo Provided
Students In the public schools of Cam
den will receive military training during
the fall term, according to announce
ment made by E. E. Read, president of
the, Camden Board of EducatlMjV At a re
cent meeting Mr. Read announced that
ho was In favor of military training In
the public schools and said this could be
given by physical Instructors familiar
with tho manual of arms. He struck upon
this Idea as a result of reading articles on
preparedness printed In newspapers.
Mr. Read said military trnlnlng In tho
public schools will Instlt patriotism In
tho hearts of the rising generation and
increase the efilclency of the United States
army. He also said that It would bo
conducive to better discipline In tho classroom.
. Ism v ' k. v ' n I
1'otrollrl. whnsn fnnfa In llin -I.. ..t- U! . I ..
iL V--j u r . V.. "'B.,"uno Known tno world over,
Is reported to have been killed in a flight in France.
FRANCE WILL PAY NATIONAL
TRIBUTE TO "DEAD AVIATOR
Pegoud Met Death in Battle 6000 Feet Above French
Lines Was First to Loop the Loop
in an Aeroplane
Although When firing SU
WOODBURY, N. J., Sept 1-Th
dents of South Jersey who wen
tunate enough hot to have to sUi
business on tho milk train and who
enjoying thelc sleep this morning bet."
tne hours of 6 and ( all dreamed
they were In the centre of the grea?
battle of the European war.
uoom-bang! Bang-bangl went tl
Mr. comnfuter Instinctively duckol
men uneasily rolled over In his nlo
warm Dea nna pulled Up tho blankeU
on nigner, ror the morning air was W
Of course, he wna dreaming that h '
sleeping on tho battlefield, and tha
or cool breeze only added to the.
n-. I .- '.
Police Court Chronicles
Forgctfulncss has caused Samuel
Langsdorf no end of troublo during his
40 years on earth. Often while walk
ing along the- street he Is afflicted with
loss of memory and thinks ho Is at home
when he Is a long distance from the
family fireside. He had such a hal
lucination today Just as he reached a
TARIS, Sept. 1.
A national tribute will be paid by the
French people to Adolph Pegoud when
the funeral ot the world's most daring
aviator Is held. Tho death of Pegoud,
the first airman to loop the loop and
fly upside down, was officially confirmed
It was learned that Pegoud met his
death in a struggle with a German aero
plane yesterday morning, over eastern
France. The Frenchman fell from a
height of 6000 feet, and landed within the
Tho German aviators had long watched
for a favorablo opportunity to attack
Pegoud, as he wns by far tho most for
midable of tho French flyers. On July
11 Pegoud brought down his sixth Ger
man neroplanc. Tho last tlmo Pegoud
wns In Paris wns when ho returned from
tho front to obtain a now machine to re
plnco tho ono he had been using, which
was literally riddled with bullets?
At that time he said:
"The Bochcs hnvo sworn to havo my
blood, but It will cost them dearly."
None of tho many heroes that the great
war has developed In the ranks of tho
French army commanded such exalted
ndmlration among his countrymen as
Pegoud. Hie death Is the severest In
dividual loss to tho French aviation corps
since tho beginning of the struggle.
of his dream.
the guns again.
iir. commuter siowiy opened ne ty
ana murmured, "I wonder If tho Herman
aro winning this battle." In his dream;
ho hadn't been informed which side k
was fighting for, but he was Mire that
artillery duel was most annoying.
Another salvo of presumed artillery and
a few scattered shots from small arms)
and Mr. Commuter was wide awake.
Bang Bang-bangl Tho firing was closer
now, so he poked his head out of the
window to see If friend neighbor wiU
shooting at a burglar. Then he .recol
lected that today was the 1st of Sep
tember. "HoDe some one sends mo a ntrn imnM.
of reedblrds for dinner," he murmured ''
as ne crawiea uock unacr the blankets for "
a livu-iniuuiu auuozc if
Auto Accident Causes Death
Edmund urDan, 10 years old, of 2W
ii mi in sircet, aiea ai tno Ht. Agnes Ho-
pitai isio last nignt irom Injuries mm
tamed wnen he was run over by a motor, fl
truck In front of his homo yesterday ftl
uiiviuuuii. fraiiK tvaru, or 212s Uro
sircei, me driver ot me machine, will b ,f.i
hi'cii u. jcu(iiik ui me mm ana feetsrai
etfAola mnllnA ...Ham tn.4... .. .... .
it ". a .,.. vii fcuu. Atcoramf rti
lu 1.11V jyuiitc, mo jhu uecume enraged at tm
ouitia uyijo nnu 1TC1D lliruwing BlOnsfl Ht
a pet dog and In chasing them acrdes the
street ran in iront or tne truck.
provision store at 2d and Brown streets
and lay down, to rest en several baskets
of fresh vegetables. He was snoring con
tentedly when several youngsters hap
pened along and disturbed his slumbers,
ire opened fire on them with the vege
tables and then attempted to continue
his nap. But Policeman Casper wit
nessed the battle and took Samuel to the
Front and Master streets station. He
told Magistrate Scott that In addition to
being forgetful he was color blind and
thought the vegetables; was his bed at
Having met Samuel before, the Judge
was skeptical and simply whispered "30
days." But tho prisoner made for tho
"You're going the wrong way." th
Judge reminded him.
'I forgot," said Samuel. Then h
started for the cells.
"Hero's your watch and monev" milrt
'Oh, I forgot 'em," confessed the pris
oner. , V
'I actually think ou are forcetfnl"
declared tho Judge, "and ns you have not
done anything serious, I'll give you an
This time Samuel remembered the di
rection of the street and made a hasty
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
Lswson V. Palmer, 2110 13. Somerset st., and
Agnes M. Dorden, 2110 K. Somerset st.
Warren C. Norwood, Jr., Cl"l Miller St., and
Margaret 1.. Heller, 20J4 Sepla st.
Richard It. Plnkitone, 1!)4? tiouth St., and
Mary A. Scott. ltKW llalnbrldge st.
llouard OberteufTer, 121 " N. Jesaup st., and
Martha llerter. 80.T W. Cumberland st.
George r. lloiran, llionkln. N, Y., and Mary
A. Hooney, 1U10 Snyder ate.
Anthonv C. Marplo, Jr.. 11 !T K. Columbia ae.,
and Flonnce C. Kldrldgc, 5.131 Wlngohock-
'William J. Kllnger. 132T, S. 22d at., nnd Min
nie Vonderhaar, 252H 8. Warnoi k st.
Oforgo McUanlels, 1242 Frnnkford nve., and
May M. GraEam. 732 N. Shedulck st.
llaymond S. Smith, 2,'i50 N. 2Dth St.. and
Pauline F. Judire, 2.117 Dover at.
N.cola Sarnl. 1022 Hall St., and Marls tie
Lorenzo, 027 CI I (ton st.
Clair P. Hurtner. Norfolk. Va and Harriet D.
Leister, Huntingdon, Pa.
Howard P. Worrell, 7011 Woodland ave., and
Ueta W. Souder. 7014 Woodland ave.
Harry Miller, Mi 8. 10th st.. and Hannah
Flnkelstetn. 24(1 De Lancey st.
Jloy u. Kltchln, 0410 N. LAvrrenee st.
Gertrude S. Qlmbel. 0110 N. J at.
William W. Fox. 13.1 Jamestown St., and Mary
V. Mulcrone. 4300 Fleming; st.
John Yanalunas. 3244 TUton St., and Antonla
Wacknore. 3277 Tllton t.
Wesley J. Caldwell. 2142 E. Cumberland st
and Lillian M. Flshwlck, 2710 y. Docr st
Kdward J. Deilln. 300 Jefferson st., and Kllza-
beth Hunter. 422 N. Opal st.
Charles R. Smith. West Berlin. N. J., and
Elizabeth M. Gibson. 21133 Klpp st.
Fdt.rd 11. Connell, Nnrberth. Pa., and Anna
M. Kllllan, .".21 N. frelghtovn t.
Max lxjwenkopf, IOCS N. Marshall st.. and
Hva lilumentlMl, 313 Bpmre st.
Joteph Po llaltla, C20 8. l'eroy rt, nnd Agnes
Huiirlkls. tao 8. Percy st. snes
Ethtlbert Simmons. 77th at. and Lyons ave
and Marv.Susmock. 711 miner t. v "
. . .id . . r..
aiiKoierj iii.-iicxuk. 4
. hlllea at.. aM Amli.
Albert K. JIuchanaji. 102i rillmore St.. and
Dlancho M I". Greene. 5818 Hawthorne st.
UnOAD AND BUS
' 2 to 11 IT. M.
Utar Our Organ With (As Bltctrlo Scho
MARY P1CKFORD in The Bishop's Carriage
Plays Obtained Thru Stanley Booking Co.
LOGAN THEATRE "gS
Motor Company Raises Wages
UOWNINGTOWN. Pa., Sept. L The
Itowo Motor Company, of this place, has
posted notices of a 10 per cent. Increase
to machinists, to tako effect this week.
It has also commenced work on a 100
foot addition to tho plant.
The average washday is
over at 12 o'clock noon
does the hard part of the work
for you. The naptha in I com-
uniciuun witn otner cleansers
uissuivestne grease and iposen
the dirt, so that a few rtbs wr
v- -Ir-k 4-L-. s-i 1 - J.l .,!'-
incirvc Liie muLiies snowy wnit
and perfectly clean.
tJse Fels-Naptha for all soap-and-water work.
Muitha. slnglngeoraedlsnne. and Weston and
WOOD8IDB l'AHK Archie vichMUn
ccmwiny, Nina jSp.r?banjo play! Chsfil
Olockrr, water lusgleri'rtir.Ji ft,' 01 ."
.in.lnr and d.ncjnP'.'na bSoTS sn"l4inV'.,;
K"n "et Tnut n..-.
f. a a fun tittup
Cssuaay, Charlsy UoydM uTt nlft. K1Jlj
ethers ii 'ThJ uSSflbJiS!? 2JSSP an3
"Atlsntlo City u3irBi3E?r " S
u&nntyiL eccona mk w l,..,, u ,.
'iTsvti rswivai. uk, .wii-jrrr .?"
Thtf ImJIhA- .rT"1'.
Moran, Robinson or Stall
ings? the flagpole race
is now a neck-and-neck
affair between the Miracle
Man, the Dodger Pilot
and the Philly Chief. Of
course, you have your
hunch, but Stoney Mc
Linn can give you many
a valuable tip on the in
side workings of the Na
tionals' ball tournament
Be sure to read "Which
Manager Will Win?" in
Sunday's Public Ledger
Great Northern BaAMDAN8?NEBE8
DAILY 2:30 1. M. EVENINGS 7 AND U
MISS JACKIE SAUNDERS
in ILL-STARREQ BABBIE
Broad Street Casino moEL-
Uroadwuy Star Feature, In 3 Parts,
MY LOST ONE." Others.
Utar (ht WoMttrul Organ.
5TH AND CAMBRIA
Don Cattar tie Xlotan.Kslem drama, featurlnc
W. Lawson liutt. Truth Stranger Than fie.
lion. Uio. Jn the Wolff Den, bin. ot ltoad O'
Strife. At the ilatktd Ball, Kalem.
tHIGH Theatre '"A'g?, Ave.
THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY
THE HONOR OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY
HS TVO I'ATIENTS. And a Oood. Comedy,
l'rocram subject to chan '
rilH MVSTEItY OF MARY. Vlterranh rfrm.
In a parts, featuring Hetty Gray. SOMU DUEL,
Vltsfrapn comedy, with Knte I'rloe. TltU
Q1RL HATER, Ulocraph comedy-draroa.
Mat... Jl30 and 8 P. M. EvV. "o'lSo' 88. 3?
PARAMOUNT PRKihAM ' ' ' '
HOUSE I'KTKRB It THrHEnODERTS in
Tomorrow THE LITTLE DUTCH OII1L
Plays Obtained Thru Stanley RoVkln"'
IMPERIAI 0OT" -nd
THEADA ""'.COnPORATION Presents
"'bara in dy Audley. Secret"
The BALTIMORF B0T AN
n .1 iT d . TBALTIMORBAV.
Beulah Poynter in Her Own Play
IFFFERSON wr" AND
JCa'-i-lVJV-l! DAUPHIN BTS.
FRANK DANIELS CfOoky ScTOOgi
11KAR OVR VILCIIKU OUQAN TODAY
COMING "MELTING POT BEIT. 7-8
PARK" JUDOIC AVE. AND DAUP1UN
jriir. mat.. aiiB. bvo.. a:so
ADMISSION Bo. EVQ.. 100 TO ALU
Edwin Ttianbouser Presents Emile Oauorlan's
Deiiv 'MONS. LECOQ"
WOMAN AND WINE, drama In & parts.
reaiunnc iyil.idA 1SL.UOTT,
01LL1KH DEBUT, Lun comedy, with BILLY
STRAND ?a " owahd Ava
D 1 KAXXU MATINBB WKO. and BaV
mc f EUifM Ne. 3 (2 ta.)
HU Cwvwt (Edfam)
SHERWOOD MTH AND
Ems.. 0:30. 8 and 0;30. Pflr.miiFp?f02F
See the Window Demonstration
Ground-Gripper Shoes This V
EUREKA 40TH AND
FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN in
THE SECOND IN COMMAND-
MATINEE 2 EVENING 0-3cP
Fffio THE QUEST
40TII AND WOODLAND
fii.KJiV.rr.- "JANE EYRE"
Edlon i Drama, "WA8 IT HER DUTr
OA VIIAl'WH WMKDX
mat k- .. - .".J' X.
CHXs: CHAPUN vimm
u . .. Comedy
" A K I T I O N 4 Reefs
i wvvsH sani "- -
class I ! v
it In- IB
brlnrs Into active
muscle of the
toot and ankle
with every step.
the toes In
O r I p p ere"
the shape ef
Vietvs of Gcuting's Famous
Shoes and their effect
HERE is special Foot HealthNARY
ueuting's. To be sure, the
everlasting vigilance in shdT'phia iVi
dominates our organization e,fare" '" H
in the year: but we hv EBf m?'w .
as a time for specializing in the relieving ciea.
troubles. The three Geuting brothers wfljai:.p,fr;
constant attention at the store to dctermin' '
best methods in each individual case to carrBox-?
our work of ;
EstaMlsIiliig' real foot comfort.
Strjnsniiemnr weakened arches.
EUminaUnr callon... br tefr..." VlrVuU- Jr!
iSfonil1 Bd ru,Tla i-iflmmatIoa
Btralphtenlnp; and streng-tlienlng-nnkles
br nronar nnl..
Making to, ,tp natural and alastlo by
Inn T Visa its omaI .. .w . .
?- tiT i 7 " ""'"t" a oiaiuo by placing-
the bodr welirht an Vi. .- .V-
foot whir. Matur. Intended It to b. car.
rtad, oftsn rallevJnr by thla tneaas baok.
ache, headacha and other pain nswaUr
attrtbuUd to rhaumatUmllad ouii
If the demonstration interests you come i
uuu i us icu you more atout the Groun
urijjper. iuotners are especially Invited to brir
thpir rhilrtrpn' fnnt- Im.i V.l i n.-.i' ,
...... . .4uuuica io ucuuns,
Of Women's, Men's and Children's Oxfords
Women's $6 and $6.50 Shoes, $2.90
Women's $4 and $4.50 Shoes, $1.75
Children's $3 Shoes $1.45
Misses' $3.50 Shoes $1.90
Men's $6 to $8 Shoes
Men's Riimmno-A nf
Boys' $3 lb $4.50 Orforfi..."l
rinan.iin PhiUn J T
w.w.. r viiuuiuis mi JLIOTTi,
Shoes and Stockings
Far thm Family
7 M J I
Stores ot famous JKoiT
EtMtry F4 Frofienjly FiHl-.Thr GamHmsj Mrmikr. Suparv.
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