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EVENING LBDQEB-PHILAPEfrPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBEB gQJJlgl
RECOVERY OF "KIDS' COP" BRINGS
YOKES ARE NOTICEABLE ON
NEWEST AUTUMN BLOUSES
MERI0N HORSE THIEF
SOCIETY HAS A CASE
JOY TO YOUNGSTERS IN NORTHWEST
' THE VIRTUE OF INDEPENDENCE
Whether Married or Single, Strength and Self-Reliance
Are the Most Valuable Assets a Woman
Can Possess Today
, By ELLEN ADAIR
It Is the First in Many, Many
Years and So Is Unusual.'
Two Animals Stolen
T WAVE no Invltntlon or engagement
A for tbU evening, and I don't kmw
WM to do with myself!" a damsel all
forlorn murmured dejectedly. And one
ell not help wondering at the strange
lack of self-reliance
shown In the speech.
for the speaker quite
re odviousi nau no power
I yilB1 ot entertaining herself,
I TyV , hut was weakly and
1 Mfjjn I ' foolishly dependent on
on the whims ot other
To n certain extent.
Ui. fortunately, we nre
dependent on t h o
whlma of other people.
There Is no getting
away from that (act. Hut we can reduce
the Influence of othcri on ourselves to a
minimum. And the man or woman who
has learnt to be Independent of. his fel
low beings has to a large extent solved
one ot life's greatest problems.
The perpetual race After the company
ef others Is an open confession of mental
shallowness. How can IV bo anything
elseT Kor the nen or women who con
stantly crave the society of others can
have no real resources wlthlnvthemselvcs.
They cannot tolerate their own society,
for their own "society Implies boredom
and their minds tiro craving the support
of others to the destruction of their own.
For anything that Is not used will in
evitably bo to ruin. Tim brain Is like the
hand, and grows with using. If the
human hand were tied up for a certain
period, at the end of that period It would
be found perfectly useless. The mind,
too, follows a like process.
Women In particular show a curluut
averseness to using tho Intelligence with
which they have been erid,6wcd. Not all
women, but a largo proportion" of them.
And these very women are born with ft
good mentality, and with capabilities
which can carry them faiv-only tho pity
of It Is hat they have not tho least de
tire tq bo carried far!
There Is a certain, fallacy current
among many mistaken maidens, and that
Is that the average man dislikes brains
In a woman. The pretty, fluffy typo -if
woman Is responsible for this Idea, she
WORKS FPU MINIMUM WAGE
Would-Be Strike Leader Turns Trai
tor on Working Girls
There is a tempest In a tiny teapot at
Clifton Heights, Ta. According to John
A. McGowan, chief of the police force,
Which comprises two men Including him
self, af,'blonde Polish girl, .employed In
the factory of tho Thomas Kent Manu
facturing Company, which has a. contract
for uniforms to be furnished the United
States Government and another for the
Allies, decided that her salary of .W
per week was not enough to keep her In
ribbons and furbelow
She persuaded about IM of the KO girls
employed. In the factory that all that
,was necessary to fltJL.ftn extra. dollar In
their pa'y ertvolopcs was to strike for It.
Accordingly, about tho number men
tioned cjidt work. But when the Insti
gator foiyid there waa nothing doing in
tho extra dollar line, she weakened, and
went rjsht-back to the Job. Her fellow
strikers said things when they heard of
their yould-be leader's treachery, and
waited' around thp factory entrance for
her tot Come1 out When she did, they
attempted to scratch her face and pull
her hair,' but she was rescued by the
gallant chief of police and escorted to
her boarding house.
Tills morning the strikers were still on
strike, .but. jn awe of tho majesty of tho
police power, merely gave their traitor
leader bluck looks as Bhe entered the
factory for the first day's work In a
week that will bring her her little usual
Talking about the strike the Chief said,
there' nothing to It"
Holy Name Men to Honor Prelate
A parade of 75,000 men, members of
the Holy Name Society, will be held
November 17 In celebration of the
golden Jubilee of Archbishop Prender
cast. Preliminary plans for the cele
bration were made yesterday afternoon
when nearly 100 delegates from vari
ous chapters of the Holy Name Arch
dlocesan Union met at St Joachim's
Hall, Church and Qrlscom streets,
German Universities Hit by War
COLOGNE. Germany, Sept 20. Of
48.000 male native students enrolled in
Germany's 22 universities at the outbreak
of the war, 4J.QW have volunteered and
have gone Into service. In addition, about
four-fifths' of the students In the techni
cal schools are at the front or have been
killed or wounded In action. Most of the
Younger members of the faculties have
Joined the 'army.
Rt x ""'" '
(. rnrMIHr TlTI.K.MnilHTT m-rA im uttui
"" X mate sat at the door of their pretty
. . .... .. .. .
Jog noma on a late summer evening. And
as they enjoyed the. evening breeze they
talked of the many pleasant friends they
had made, "Only think. Tommy," re
marked Mr. Tommy, "we have lived
here the whole summer! How dreadful
It would have been had we stayed In
that dark, gloomy cellar all this Umel
How much fun and how many good times
we would have mined!"
W At your nuto; w Ukt ypr
jlaiuty grttn tetuju"
'Tbsit's true," replied Tommy pn
iv) , "inrj ,ow funny It seam to re
fwufttMi' n.Jt w' were' o frightened tt
ia wi mow.j iq nj. w have Bfw
snitch t,ra tW m aped uUar
1 K" mm Mr. Tsawmy rrvUy.
"UMCjeiatMu that daiatr UUW Kt4rM
ho iid wi.h m fcutt after w left tk
tiltr? tiW llS WMWl"
gets attention from men and the other
girl, noticing this fact and at the same
time noticing that the maiden under ob
servation is quite devoid of understand
ing, deduces the strange1 Idea that the at
traction lies In the lack of brains, and
that they, too, had better go hence and
It Isn't hard for them to hide the meta
phorical light ot their Intelligence under
a bushel. Upon the contrary. It Is ex
ceedingly easy. For any play of brain
power demands some llttlo effort, even
In the most Rifted of beings. And
Stupidity can be cultivated more easily
than Intelligence where there's a will,
there's a way, you know.
The girls are quite right In thlnklntt
that the pretty, fluffy girl gets attention.
8he does. But It Is In sptto of her lack
of brains, not because of that lack. She
Is admired for her prettlncss. She would
be doubly admired If she had brains to
go with that prettlncss. No sensible mnti
likes a mere doll, And although the
fluffy, feather-brained ulrl may have lots
of admirers, she seldom haa very many
"worth-while" ofTers of marriage. Tho
term "worth while" does not necessarily
mean financially "worth while." It Im
plies that tho man who offers himself as
a partner for a life of double blessedness
has qualities worthy of respect, and some
degree, of mentality himself.
The virtue of standing nlone Is the bet
preparation for marriage. For the woman
who can stand alone does not need to
accept the first man who comes along,
nor does she give hor
affection lightly There
Is nothing of the cling
ing vine about her. She
Is strong and self
reliant. And strength
and self-reliance are
the most valuable as
sets which a woman
can possess In this ex
ceedingly hard, work-a-day
If women would come
to realize the fact th-it
a constant craving for
amusement and for the
society ui other people Is a public con
fession of weakness, and only serves t
turn (hem Into restless, dissatisfied
beings, they would cultivate their own
resources and learn a certain measure
of quiet Independence.
Little Benny's Note Book
My slstlr Gladdls was playing the fono
graft and danslng erround by herself In
the parlor this aftlrnoon wen who starttd
to wawk up the frunt steps but Mr.
ItocklUs, being my Sundey skool teetchlr
ana a kind of a slssey the way he tawks.
Ccrses, heer comes this pill, I hope he
dldent heer the fonografT, bekause If he
did he will wunt to danse and he Is the
werst danser in the werld, bar nun. sed
Gladdls, And she quick stopped the mu
sick and I went to the doar and let Mr.
Good aftlrnoon, Mr. Bockltts. this Is an
unlxpeckted plezure, sed Gladdls.
Yes, I was Jest passing and I herd the
danse mustck and I thawt I wood drop In
a llttel wile, I no 2 or 3 wunderflll noo
steps that I 'shood be very pleezed to
show you, sed Mr. ItocklUs.
Oh, how unfortunlt, sed Gladdls.
I beg pardln, sed Mr. ItocklUs.
I meen about my foot, sed Gladdls,
sumthlng seams to be the mattir with
wun If my to and reely I dont see how
I can posserbly danse.
But surely I saw you danslng erround
by yureself as I calm up the steps Jest
now. sed Mr. IXock4tts, and Gladdls sed.
O. yes, thats so, I was Jest seeing if I
cood. well, I slppose if I can danse by
myself I can danse with you, cant I, well,
wat are the steps.
Id like to Bhow you wun In the fox trot
fcrst, If you will pleezo put awn a fox
trot record, sed Mr. ItocklUs, wich Glad
dls did, and they startld to danse, Mr.
ItocklUs saying. Now Jest start with yure
rlto foot nnd bring yuro left In back of It.
O, grayshlss. yure awn my foot, yure
awn thatytoo, sed Gladdls.
Im fearfllly sorry, how stoopld, I beg
yure pardln, Im sure, now bring yuro left
foot back in this mannlr, sed Mr. Itock-
Yuro awn my foot agen, yure awn that
toe agen, sed Gladdls.
But how can that be, Im awn yure
uthlr foot this time, sed Mr. ItocklUs.
Well wood you mind getting awf of it
asen, regardllss of wlch wun It is, sed
G,a'Jd,l.',,..,W'cl1 Mr- Rockltts did. saying.
Im frltefllly sorry, dredfllly stoopld of me
to stand awn it awl that time, wasent it
Yes sed Gladdls. And she stopped
danslng and sat down rubbing her ahooz
agenst eetch uthlr and Baying things to
herself, and prltty soon Mr. ItocklUs got
U&i mK" W?J "J"81 be Ket,ln "
and Gladdls sed, Must you, and Mr. Itock
lUs sed. Yea. And he did.
Health Director Discusses Fruit
A warning against the use of green and
overripe fruit Is Issued this week by Dr.
S. Lewis Zlegler. Director of the Depart
ment of Public Health and Charities, in
his weekly health bulletin. He points
out that even In the preparation of pre
serves overripe fruit Is dangerous.
and the Katydid
lommy laughed remlnlscently, "That
reminds me," he said, "we haven't seen
any Katydids since that day. Wonder
where they all went toT"
j,'v.,a.be t.hej. hva been ". bt
have been too busy to notice them," said
Mrs. Tommy wisely. "You know wo
aboStany MW t0 Me ,nc! thlnk
?.'?. Tol"my had time to answer a
eo " whirr in the grass nearby
caught his attention. Instantly both lit
tle mice were still as stone. To be sure
every creature in the garden seemed to
be friendly but a mouse can never bo
too carefulJ For a second or two there
was no sound in the gardens then from
the grass Just where the oft whirr had
sounded came a gentle little tune. "Katy
did, she-did. she-did I"
il".yoU!r.,,lere!" cr,t1 Tommy de
llghtedly. "We were Just talking about
you. and wishing we could get acquaint
to, Acquainted with met" aiktd the Katy
did, and any one but modest Tommy
would have noticed that the creature wai
s?-i:.Ui5tfr'I- "rm iu,t coramon
Katjdld. Are you sureou want to know
"Indeed we do." replied Tommy, "We
UK your music; we 14ke your dainty
green wings; and we want to know you.
raouthr' wak0 yo"1 wK with your
"Oh. no," laiwhsd the Katydid good
naturedly. "I wake t with my wtegs.
aV under these same wins yi dlro
ar. t,w b4 Wl, t te "J JJJ
to msk. Us. wwrt you call m!X T ?.
4y rub tWs two Wt f fcYtaiettaar
aM the no ommc That's tbeTiTi
call my mote."
Tammy wh muefc !,-. AM
hHIhid " rr
Dtt M! make muatc. If mW
aM wttJ cma tar sva-H'a a im .. .-
N . mat." AM amis hTaLaSth
mttU In tb Witch. "
The Merlon Boclety for the Itecovery of
Htolen Horses 'and Detection ot Thieves
has vindicated Itself for retaining the
first half ot Its title In these days, when
horse stealing In and about Philadelphia
has become on obsolete art The society
has n case.
Just how long It has been since a real,
sura 'nuft horso thief has given the Jlaln
Line organization something to do, none
of the members was able to say today. H.
L, Yocum, secretary, asserts that It has
been a good many years, but, that he
would have to delve long and labbrlously
In the archives of the society to find the
exact date of the last ease. For minv
years, according to Mr. Yocum, the V)
members of the society have contented
themselves with semiannual meetings, at
which social topics, rather than horse
thieving, have been discussed.
The "case" now being Investigated Is
the theft of two horses and a milk de
livery wagon from tho Bellevue Dairy
on September 14. The society Is ad
vertising the loss In the dally papers
and offering a reward of 150 for the arrest
nnd conviction of the thief, nnd M re
ward for the recovery of each horse. The
society will have something to talk about
at Its next semiannual meeting.
AUTUMN FASHIONS SOMBRE
IN COLORINGS THIS SEASON
Variety of Fabrics Shown at Fall
Opening of Collins & Co.
Autumn fashions are more or less
sombre In their colorings this season,
but the variety or fabrics, both for suit
ings and afternoon and evening gowns,
Is truly surprising. The newest after
noon material used on the most exclu
sive gowns Is a wonderfully soft chiffon
cloth, with wide bands of panne velvet
of tho same shade alternating In wide
stripes. It Is a most effective combina
tion, and a stunning costume In cloth of
this kind Is shown at Oppcnhclm, Col
lins & Co.'s opening.
The rcdlngote style Is still fashionable,
although the tendency toward a slightly
curved waist lino Is evident. 'Ihls par
ticular dress Is called a matinee, and
has n long redlngote tunic of chiffon,
edged with wide bands of black fox fur.
The neck Is high, buttoning up snugly
to the chin, with a fur collar. A mili
tary touch is given tho blouse by dull,
cold-braided epaulettes at the shoulders.
The skirt Is short and full. It Is one of
the simplest costumes Imaginable, but
Kvenlng gowns show a penchant for
vivid colorings. Deep violet, emerald
green, brilliant cerise and rainbow-tinted
effects arc some of the novelties shown.
Chiffon, tulle and nets ot all descriptions
are combined with panne velvet. Velvets
are used almost without exception. An
other charming gown for evening wear
was made of emerald green panne vel
vet, decidedly decollete, on empire lines.
The bodice was a striking example of
the one-sided method of drapery, with
a long, flowing angel sleevo of tulle on
one side, and the other side quite sleeve
less. The effect Is unique. A corsage of
crystal and rhlnestoncs holds up the
tunic of the skirt, which is also draped
to one tide. Crystal tassels are used to
fasten tho drapery at the back ot the
skirt. A noticeable feature of .the new
skirts Is their nlarmlng shortness. They
disappear at i point iforabove the ankles
ond resolve tbcms'elyes",frito' lacy petti
coats or chtffqn draperies' at the bottom.
Fur trimmings of' ov"ory description are
seen In the suit department, The rage
lor veivew uido.is, eviaeiu-jtiinougn mere
are a great many poplin,.' ee'reo and broad
cloth models to be Been Colorings are
markedly sombre. Black velvet Is the
favorite, with white moire trimming, A
striking three-piece suit of this descrip
tion is shown, with a Bheer blouse. An
other very stunning costume Is made of
brown velvet, with collar and cuffs of
red fox fur.
BROWNS AND CHECKS POPULAR
Expert at Wanamaker and Brown's
Discusses Styles at Fall Opening
"All shades of brown's and large checks
will predominate In women's fall gar
ments" said Miss M. Y. Kondle, In charge
of tho woman's department of Wana
maker & Brown, 6th and Market streets,
on the occasion of their fall opening to
day. "Tho only really new color Is field
mouse gray,"' sho Bald. "It Is true the
styles are becoming more practical, and
for that reason darker colors prevail, but
that may bo accounted for by the scarcity
of dyes as much as from a utilitarian
point of view. Two-tone browns espe
cially will oe very fashionable in both
coats and suits this fall.
"Fur trimming Is quite the vogue, but
braid trimming will also be very fash
ionable. "Importations, both of material and
made-up garments, will be very limited
on account of the war, but Wanamaker
& Brown are prepared to please the most
fastidious taste, not only In street cos
tumes and wraps, but in anything from
a morning to an afternoon gown.
"One feature of this house Is the copy
ing ot very expensive costumes. A
fur-trimmed street costume at 135 Is an
exact copy ot a model which Is priced
by a fashionable establishment at $125.
"The materials wh)ch will be most
worn this fall are broadcloth and duve
tyne, but taffeta will also be In great
demand. A handsome gown of the latter
can bo had as low as (15.
"Everything In women's clothing is
tending toward the practical. Auto coats
are now made so that they can also serve
as wraps for afternoon and evening wear.
"Furs are going to be very expensive,
but please have the weather man send
us some cold weather before we begin to
discuss such a warm subject," said Miss
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A NEW IDEA
BLOUSES are attracting their proper
amount of attention Just now, since
the fall styles havo become mora de
cided and colorings have come to stay.
The first few models were alarmingly
different ; some were quaint, some tailored
and some severely plain.' Of course, these
styles do, and naturally must, vary with
the occasion on which they are worn.
The tailored styles In taffetas, heavy
satin, glove silk and striped materials
will still bo the thing for informal and
A smart little blouse for afternoon af
fairs, and for tho Impromptu bridge or
matinee Is shown In today's fashion Illus
tration. The added advantage of a blouse
cut on these lines Is that one could really
wear It with tho dressy velvet suit or
DOOLEY BUG HUNTED TO DEATH;
WEST PHILADELPHIA BREATHES
Insect That Spread Terror and Hurled Fuzz Bombs
Defiant to Last and Died With Malevolent
Sneer on Its Evil Lips
The Dooley bug has been captured, and
West Philadelphia Is breathing easier;
but it was only after a stubborn resist
ance that the murderous insect sub
mitted. The bug led its captors a chaBe,
and hurled bombs at them In the shape
of poisonous fuzz, which, it Is believed,
causes much pain when It gets In a cut
on the body.
Like all community terrors, the bug
was captured when It least expected to
be. 8. Hoy Tllles. of 222 North 58th Btreet,
was the captor. Tllles Is employed at
his brother's butcher shop at 1645 Chester
avenue. This afternoon ho went Into a
feed store at 6641 Chester avenue and
talked to Max Weiss, one of the clerks.
WcIfs was resting his hands on a pile
of paper bags behind the counter; Sud
denly he felt a terrible sting and was hor
rified to see a long splderllke bug crawl
ing over his hand. It hopped, skipped and
Jumped to tho top of the counter.
"It's the Dooley bug!" shouted Tllles.
Then he picked up a pack of paper bags
and fired. But the bug only hissed at him
and wagged Its tall contemptuously as It
sailed out the door.
But Tllles was determined. He and Max
began a fusillade ot potatoes and toma
toes obtained from a nearby store and
pursued the Dooley creature to the store
ot John Cuthbert. News of the bug's pres
ence quickly circulated and housekeepers
banged their windows shut and watched
from the Inside.
But several brave youngsters Joined In
the chase with clubs. The bug flew to
tho top ot the window of Cuthbert's store
and stuck out its tongue. Some of the
pursuers backed away, but not Tllles.
He drove a wad of paper bags at the
Formal Opening Fall Styles
Ccntcmcri Gloves arc the finest combination possible
of Nature's choicest materials, European art-craftsmanship
and American energy. We begin our Fall
business with all thcnewest shades and glove styles
never before attempted.
As it is impossible to convey any adequate idea of
the beauty and variety of our new Fall lines in this
space, we mention just three very delightful gloves
that will appeal strongly to the well-dressed woman.
Evening Gloves at $100.00 per pair
The, mpt entrancingly beautiful examples of Parisian em
broidery on kid. that the world has ever seen. Far beyond
the finest dreams of the most luxurious women.
A stunning glove of white glace kid without the usual open
ing in the front and having; a 2-inch black suede cuff folded
back .like- a coat sleeve cull. It may be reversed into a
handsome (oft dress gauntlet.
"Van Dyke," $2.50
Another of our exclusive kid novelties, made in black
and white effects with Van, Dyke Points in contrasting
colors at the wnt,
1223 Chestnut Street
IlluMtaUd Catalogue of New Styles m ru.t
'PtaM WJm MM s4 rao.lv. 'XmimmmiltUuT1
three-piece costume and be quite au falL
It comes straight from Gtddlng and has
all the charming elegance which Is so
characteristic of the best designers.
Cream-colored lace, combined with
Georgctto crepe. Is the foundation for
this waist. The high collar Is made like
those which were shown In velvet last
year stitched, with a frill nt the neck,
usually of metallic lace. Jn this case
the cllare and silk cord are made of old
Notice the deep yoke of crepe on the
shoulders and extending half way down
the front of tho blouse. This Is going
to be a great favorite with the designers
ot exclusive styles. The peplum effect
Is made of plaited chiffon, and the long,
msel sleeves are finished oft with a
smart stitching of old blue silk and a
wide-open cuff of crepe.
Insect and clipped off one of Its elghV
legs clean as a whlsle. When the bug
tried to fly It found It was lopsided
and volplaned sldewlse to earth. A few
short gasps, a wriggle and It was dead.
The bug caused terror In West Phila
delphia, especially at the home of Harry
S. Dooley, of 1837 South 57th street, where
It was first discovered. There It bit
Dooley's baby and caused the family
many sleepless nights. It was also dis
covered prowling around other houses.
The bug Is about two Inches long and
half an Inch wide and has a head out
of all 'proportion to its body. Underneath
Its head are two sacks, where it keeps
the blood which It has been procuring
from residents of West Philadelphia and
Scientifically speaking, the bus is an
"epelra dladema." As a Dooley Is a
"palanquin," according to Webster, and
a "palanquin" Is a long Utter with shut
ters on the side, tho creature Is Justly
Baby Swallows Poison Tablet?
Julia Swlcke, a year-old baby, swal
lowed poison today nt her home, 2132
East Arizona street. The tablet was left
on a table by the child's father. Tha
quick action of Mrs. Swlcke In carrying
the child to St. Mary's Hospital, a mile
away, may nave the baby's life.
MRS. A. REICHARD
Stamping and Embroidery
Hemstitching. 10c per yard
PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS
1113 CHESTNUT STREET
"Big" Harry Bortz, After
Seven Months' Illness,
to Be on His Old
"Big" Harry Borts, a policeman at
tached to the 28th and York streets sta
tion, will return to hl beat about Octo
ber 1, according to his physicians, and
the children and business men living on
his beat are rejoicing today over th.
Harry, as everybody calls him, haa
been In bed for more than seven months
at his brother's home, 2455 North. 16th
street, with a complication of diseases
brought on by diphtheria, contracted last
February. In fact, It was on September
20 that the children residing In the dis
trict bounded by 29th street, S3d street,
York street and Susquehanna avenue
first missed the big Jovial frame and
kindly, smiling' features of Borti. He
was taken sick the night before while on
his beat and rushed to his home.
"I (JOT TO LIVE," HE SAID.
There a physician doubtfully shook his
head and called other members of his
profession, until seven of tho learned
practitioners had assembled and declared
that the big policeman was beyond all
hope of recovery. They told him bo,
and he shook his head, too, but not with
the same meaning as the physicians:
"I got to live," ho feebly muttered;
"the kids all need mo. And I'm going to
get well In spite of you."
That was the beginning of what the
doctors said was tho end. For 19 weeks
his mind waa a complete blank, and the
physicians used 80 gallons of oxygen dur
ing that time In an effort to keep him
His massive 235-pound frame dwindled
to a mere shadow with the loss of more
than 100 pounds, but when his mind
cleared and he recognized his brother
Clinton his first words were:
"Clint, I guess I beat the grim old
reaper at that. Tell tho kids I'll be back
on tho Job before long and not to tforry."
But tho youngsters were worrying, for
Bortz waa to them one to be loved and
not feared, as Is the usual rule In the
case of a policeman. If Johnny Jones
got Into an argument with Billy Smith
and they could not settle It between
themselves, they looked up Bort and let
him decide, and abided by his decision.
If little Mary Brown was treated rudely
by some rough boy next door, she told
"Harry," nnd the big policeman hunted
out the disturber and gave him a lecture
trat he alwtys remembered, If ever ho
was inclined to play roughly with a little
And when any Infractions of the police
regulations were broken by the children,
Bortz, Instead of placing them under ar-
Let Her Vote
If you think she knows as much
As the steerage Turk and such,
Let her vote.
If you think sho has a mind
Equal to tho steerage kind,
Let her vote.
If you think she's earned the right
That you grant without a fight
To the foreign bedlamite,
Let her vote.
If you think she is as good
As the burglar brotherhood,
Let her vote.
If she's more deserving than
Any bum or hold-up man,
Let her vote.
Tou don't bar out the thug,
Or the anarchistic bug,
Or the gln-mlll ugly mug,
Let her vote.
If you think that she Is Just,
And Is worthy of the trust,
Let her vote.
If you think her heart (beats true
For the right, It's up to you
Let her vote.
If you think she's earned hor way.
Don't be stingy with the pay.
Let her have her little say.
Let her vote.
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The Thirteenth Street Shop Where Fashion Reigns"
of Exclusive Gowns,
Suits, Blouses and Wraps
Mendy, Tuesday, Wednesday
September 2Q. 21 and 2?
THK AUTWHtTIC rAWOM FOR FALL
"BIG" HARRY BORTZ
Tho kids' cop.
rest, pointed out tho errors of their wars. '
nnd the law was not broken again, fcfj
fact, It haa always been "Big Harry's""
boast that In the five years he hu p.jj
trolled the beat ho haa never arrested
During his illness the children kent k1
room fresh with flowers and fruits, aM
tnAttif nf ihsm makt Sk Vl l.. .J
", " mw "V IU f0 tlUIIIQ QUIT I
inquiring ui mo co nam on, lift W&gn
onusuVM runt tvoint VQIUO iruTJ AM t
young friend's, urging him to get well unj i
return to nis oeai.
"Ha's the children's friend." said obi
little girl today, "and we want him back
among us again.
The business men of the district, tooJ
are rejoicing over his recovery. They styM
uiui no nao prevented me usual rowdytisil
of Impulsive boys by making them respeetj
nnd obey by his kindly nature and Jovttti
Girl Breaks Swimming Record
A 13-year-old girl has broken tfc.
swimming record between this city andd
Bllllngsport. N. J. She Is Miss Lllllaal
Doerson, of 517 West Jefferson street.
nnd her time Is 4 hours nnd 25, mlnutn. t
After reaching Bllllngsport the child M
wanted to continue to Chester, but hersB
brother, Paul Doerson, would not allow IM
K. she remained in the water for bilt-V
an nour giving exniDitlons of the various
2 On Account of Hot Weather 2ZT
oaie uoniinnea one week Longer
tlens bear ttrt amour
sir tou tha aarantisa
of Mowing- a
nit for v)mUVJ
IfTI A .llAa MM Vavajaw
Bolt for $30.00
Latait matarlala. Fit
and workmanship ef tb
usual "rracar" standard,
which always tniuru
Fashionable LatUt' Tailor
928 Chestnut St.r
Jut Below Chestnut
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