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EVENING LEPGERPHILADELPHIA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1.015.
York Expert Tells
ments Produce Appar
E CASES- RECOVER
Bays Have Aided Pa-
flfefita Surgeons '
doncd ns nopeiuaa
KA'NTIC CITT. Sept. 2.-Hopo ror
'ifp . , . i.um of cancer, lu
tes "rtopti"' ' "- , ,,
rt other grim ' - "-"-
mu hew ul i
T . New York specialist, before
Wcsn noentccn Ray Society. He-rL-n
tM cases of malignancy
Z W radium and X-rays In prefer
k, surgery, ho asserted there were
ImUnces in which iw ,.v.. -
- .m confidently expected.
. ..inntno nt thn breast
Ufa M C" 01 tBlfc
treatment ana o .. . .-
h. said. "83 per cent, are re-
EL. These were the hopeful cases,"
kTHL In explanation. "But out of
jT gfjt.yeir cases of tho hopeless va
U (t per cent are symptom free. Out
gjoj second-year cases 6.7 per cent, are
lNtM were the nopcicaa tJ" """""
r .v. nnntffn-ray
. up wv...B
because surgery regarded
Pf . .... .m.linrntlon whatever." he
mL any ameiioruu !.,
W en after a burst of applause,
?.!... for eoricratuK'lon. Wo r
Siewn that by our metlds nature Is be
Kr ndptd to efTect Its own remedy. We
tra able to Include In our reports where
there hu Improvement In .0 per
iL of operable cases and from 10 to 30
jr cent Of nonopcrable cases.
JwAHNS AGAINST "DOSAGE."
DtorIng the "dosage mania," of some
hli 'conferees. Doctor Holding said that
!wi',f.!nn had seen more bad Rocnt-
i wnrewlM during the last year thandur-
lnzlthe "disastrous era" of the early
Vau-H of research. There Is. he declared,
''rrsTtneed for standardization of ap
JSarttM and treatment. The danger (
'trrlnc to hasten results Is demonstrated
In tne Wei mai vhd uvciuww uoi.ujo
ninr Itoldlnc attached great tmpor-
Unce to a new Instrument which makes
t poiilble to reaa xne temperature oi mo
,rtrtiil ornns. and also to ralso tho
'.mwmtur of organs to be treated up
to UO oesres Fahrenheit with curative In
... own rirsAsd cells. This has been
kn ImporUnt factor in tho task of ald
I flnr htur Itself to effect "marvelous
PHILADELPHIA X SPEAKS.
Dr. W. S. Newcomer, of Philadelphia,
described at length the comparative value
J "Roentgen and radium radiation In
speulics. The X-ray men were grat
' today over the, declaration of Dr.
L. Rodman, Philadelphia, president
FKSf ! American Medical Association, and
3l(Ijtlnsulihfd surgeon, last night that
nVAftt advance Jnhe last few years
WJLrthe study of ulcers and cancer has
yjiftdue to the Roentgenologists.
VETERINARY DENTISTS UNDER
fSTATE BOARD'S AUTHORITY
M:ifically Included Among Those
Subject to Supervision
'HAnniSBURG, Pa., Sept. H. Accord
lug to an opinion handed down today to
Dr. J. W. Ballade, the State Hoard of
Vattrfaary Medical examiners has power
to rtmilate veterinary dentistry, surgery
and all other branches of veterinary
tense. This authority Is conferred by
" set of 1315, which codifies the vet
"insry lw of the State.
Some tfcue ago a question uro-ie as to
liupervlfory authority over veterinary
ntltts who were not Included In for
mtr statutes, and of whom there are now
K,umber1n the State. It Is held that
tty are specifically Included and all per
wni engaged In other branches of vet-
seerthe State board. Those who were en
, red In various branches prior to Scp-
.oer . uja, may register qnd obtain a
fc Others must Dass examination.
opinion also holds that the board
I name agents In various counties of
i State to prosecute cases for vlola-
oi life law.
FATHER BOBS UP IIKE GHOST PROM
WAVU AND DEMANDS HIS DAUGHTER
fother and Child Visibly.
' pearance of Man They Had Thought Dead.
He Begins Court Action
I theujht he was dead, and his arrival
" city seemed Ilka that of & ghost
tw crave," said Mrs. Laura Red-
eaay. when dlseusalnr th ettnrtm
former husband to havo her II?
daughter LouIm rinm,t t,
n the mother's hnm of 174
vlt street, tn n til ,.,. -....
mEl..!!"0"-' nerve apparently are
eiZZ v " uaaen appearance of
r husband In this city yester-
."en he started lmhrn. ,.. ,.,-
ng . .. --.... W.UH f.W-
. . ' . "' daughter returned
i ?K0Lth 8t Vincent de Paul
yin the Maryland city. Mrs. Red-
SpOfce With a niilv.lnM ...!.. ...I...
her home. Her daughter also was
r unnerved, th. i.h.. -u ...
Hheard from her father for years
ittcu no was aead.
i .L"r. artd daughter Intend to
the last ditch i,.,- ....,,.h
Eri '' cou"ts from compelling
Z.on', "own Into an attractive
i It! l0 co-to Baltimore under
Of the nt i. . j. n-..i i.
. -me girl aaM that th (uitv
! ve with relatives, for whom
wne "practically a slave." Be-
AND ZINC SHEETS
BALLOT BOXES TO BE
REOPENED BY "70"
Committee to Wnge Relentless
Prosecution of Men Accused
of Election Frauds
Scores of ballot boxes from divisions
In nil parts of tho city will be reopened
In the prosecutions that the Committee
of Seventy Is preparing to mako ngalnst
tho practice of gang thuggery atthe
polls last Tuesday.
The committed will make application
for reopening the bnllot "boxes In eery
complaint that Is prosecuted, -Scores of
complaints, alleging Intimidation, false
registration, Illegal voting and forcetl ns
slstanca continue to coma Into the offices
of the committee. All of these complaints
are being thoroughly Investigated and
wholesale proecutlons will follow.
Undor the change that has been made
In tho law regarding the reopening of the
ballot boxes, Insttad of having to go Into
court for permission, an application signed
by six voteis of the division Is all that Is
The case of Andrew A. O'Rourkc, Dem
ocratic registrar In the 1st division of
the 8th Wntd, who Is charged with aid
ing and abetting false registration and
perjury In his division, win postponed In
Central Station this morning, upon ap
plication of O'Rourkc's attomes. He Is
being held under 11000 ball.
William Loughran, Df 1314 Catherine
street, a Republican wntcher, and Wil
liam Orecn, of 1331 Webster street. Repub
lican registrar, both residing In the 17th
division of the 33d Word, have been held
under $100 bull each for further hearings
on charges of conspiracy and fraudulent
ly aiding and procuring a false registra
tion In the name of Jasper Nixon, col
ored, of 1333 Christian street.
According to testimony in the City Halt
poller court, thr defendants registered
another man under Nixon's name. Nixon,
according to the testimony, was lit nt
Oeorge McElwee, of 3031 South Garnet
street, a Republican watcher In the 5th
Division of the 48th Ward, was held
under J300 ball by Magistrate Pcnnock
for alleged assault and battery upon' Jul
ius O Lutz, of 1917 McKean street, claim
ing to be a Washington party watcher,
by striking him on the mouth with his
fist during an altercation after the clos
ing of the polls. Lutz said that he had
objected to tho receiving of two votes.
BRITISK WILL RELEASE
U. S. GOODS IN HOLLAND
State Department Notified That
Arrangements Have Been
WASHINGTON, Sept. 34. Tho British
Embassy this afternoon notified the for
eign trade advisers of the State Depart
ment that all arrangements now have
been complete for the release to American
Importers of the 1150,000,000 worth of goods
of, Germnn and Austrian origin now in
warehouses In Rotterdam. The embassy
has been asked to reduce the agreement
to writing, after which the State Depart
ment will Issue a formal notice to tho
American Importers telling them Just
how they must proceed to get their goods
This agreement which followed sharp
unofficial representations both here and
in London, Is the first real concession
mode to American commerce by Great
Britain. Following yesterday's signing of
the Russian trade agreement it materially
Improves the general commercial situa
tion. It also clears the way for the
speedy presentation of the general protest
to Great Britain against the order in
council and cotton contraband order.
Alt of the goods to be released under
the agreement announced this afternoon
were purchased prior to March 1st of this
HELD TWICE O'N SAME CHARGE
J. M. Hubert Must Stand Trial for
Alleged Assault and
A man ah eddy under $G00 hail for
couit on a chargo of foigery was held for
court under ball of similar amount on
another charge of assault and battery by
Magistrate Beaton today.
He Is Joseph M. Hubert, of 1636 North
Patton street Alice M. Talos, a mas
seuse, has bi ought suit against him for
120,000 to repay her for Injuries sustained
when she alleges he Knocked her from a
piano stool last June. The charge of for
gery was brought against him recently
for signing a check while In the employ of
the Uergdoll Brewing Company,
Unserved by. Sudden Reap-
cause or the alleged Ill-treatment she
said she would object to being returned.
Judge Brown, In Municipal Court, re
served decision In the case yesterday un
til an Investigation could bo made of the
According to the story told by the
woman and girl, the father and mother
separated when Louise was 4 years old.
Through efforts of the man and his rela
tives, it was asserted, the child was placed
In the care of the St Vincent de Taul So
ciety in Baltimore. She remained In that
organization's care until about two weeks
agar' when Bhe came to Philadelphia to
live. Soon after her daughter came under
the care of the society, Mrs. Redmond
says, her husband went to California and
later disappeared. She had been told that
he was dead.
She asserted that the man has started
court proceedings to annoy her and the
Your laundry is largely re
sponsible) for your comfort
and appearance. From collar
to hose you look (it and feel
fit In every stitch of apparel
done up by the
1501 Columbia Ave.
L i i ii
PORTER BOOSTERS WILL
UNITE INTO ONE BODY
FOR CITY-WIDE FIGHT
Great Force, With Committee of
100 as Centre, Will Wage
ARMY READY FOR BATTLE
riana for launching Qeorgo D. Porter's
campaign for election as Mayor on an
enormous scale have been made by
the Public Service Committee ot One
All of tho arloui crganlintlons that
had charge of the workers to further the
cnudldncv of Porter during the primary
campaign will be amalgamated with the
Committee of One Hundred within n few
days, Rnd n centrnl body, representlng.oll
of them, will then be placed In charge ot
the cx-Dlrcctor's campaign.
The various orgnnltatlons that will be
amalgamated In Porter's Interests now
have n membership of about C0O0 active
workers, and ench of the organizations
has n working force In every election
division tn the city,
COMMITTEE OF 5000.
The George D. Porter CltlzenV Com
mittee, of which Frank L. Relsxner Ii
chairman, has a membership of EOOO. The
Public Sen l;e Committee of One Hun
dred has a large Held force that handled
thu Independent campaign In tho pri
mary. There Is also the Washington
party organization, which will work with
tho Committee of One Hundred In Por
The Independent campaign will formally
start next Monday, when arrangements
will be mado to organize the committees
on speakers, meetings nnd ward organl
ration. Porter will lost nt his camp In
Mcdford, N. J., until then.
Porter recehed a totale of 66,000 otes
for the majority on all tickets, while
tho vole for Thomas B. Smith on tho
Republican ticket was 130,179. These fig
ures have been announced by tho Re
publican City Committee, and are said
ti Include all of the 12S2 divisions In the
They are considerably higher than tho
totals of the returns recched through un
cfllcinl sources Tho unolllclnl police re
turns gle Thomas B. Smith. 121.G64;
Ueoige D. Porter. 44,350 on tho Republi
can, Washington nnd Democratic tickets,
Sheldon Potter, S0I0 on tho Republican,
Washington nnd Democratic tickets; It,
Gc rdon Bromley, ti723, and Judge Gorman,
4,73 on the Democratic and Wanhlngton
Confusion In the tabulation machinery
Is given as the cause of the discrepancy
between the figures. The official count
was begun this morning In the rooms of
the Registration Commissioners in City
Ifnll. The County Commissioners expect
that It will take them at least three weeks
to complete the count.
COURTS MAY DUCIDH.
The couits will probablv be called upon
to decide how many candidates shall go
on the ballot In November for Court of
Common Pleas No. 2. Various Interpre
tations of the nonpartisan primary law
nnd the "more than 60 per cent." clause
have been made, and there Is a disposi
tion on the part of some of the candidates
to seelc a court decision on tho question.
Friends of Joseph P. Rogers assert that
ho has been elected and that he will have
no opposition In November. Friends ot
Henry N. Wessel arc maintaining that
Weasel was elected,
UndT a ruling, made last night by the
State Department In Harrlsburg, however,
neither Rogers nor Wessel received the
more than JO per cent, vote required by
law, and there will be four names on the
ballot for Court No. 2 In November. Tho
decision of the State Department fol
lows: "Any candidata for one ot tho two
Judicial vacancies In Philadelphia Com
mon Pleas Couit No. 2, in order to be
tho bole nominee for one of the vacancies
at the November election, must have
polled nt the primaries more than 60 per
cent, of tho total vote ot all the candi
dates for the vacancies, and also more
than half the total number of votes re
ceived by the highest candidate In tht
RYAN'S FRIENDS INSISTENT.
Even before this Interpretation of the
law was made, friends of Michael J. itnn
Insisted that his name would go on the
ballot, together with that of Judge
OdlclaP returns" aie lacking from 150
divisions on the Judgeship, but the fig
ures so far complied-Klve a total of 237,315
votes cast for the II candidates. The re
turns for the live highest are: Rogers,
76,521: Wessel. 67,229; Ryan, 36,492; Dough
erty, 14.CS6; Drake, 14,136.
The DeinociaU will not plan their cam
paign for about ten das, it was said
yesterday. Their efforts will be confined
solely to an attempt to win some of the
Parkway Site for Convention Hall
Nineteenth and Callowliill streets Is
urged as a site for the Convention Hall
tn a letter addressed by Francis Relll
to Harry Ransley, president of Select
Council, and George McCurdy, president
of Common Council. This site ts bounded
on the north by Callqwhlll street, on
the west by the Parkway and 20th street,
on the south by the Free Library site
and the Parkway and on the east by
19th street. Mr, Rellly points out that
It would be within five minutes' walk
from City Hall, easily accessible to ho
tels and railway stations and woiild
eliminate objectionable buildings.
Leave Beading Terminal 8:00
a. m., stopping at Columbia
avenue, Huntingdon utreet,
Wayne Junction, Jenklntown.
I f?v &m?sY 7iiTiiJP& I
HOLD-UP TRIO ROB
Daring Attempt Ends in Arrest
of One Man by Policeman
A daring hold-up took place early todnv
tn a saloon at 138 Chestnut street, when
three men t the point of revolvers,
forced tho proprietor nnd a customer
to lie prone on tho floor while they
took 13 from the cash register. They
were seen ns they dashed from the plart
and pursued by Policeman Gannon, of
the 3d nnd De t,nncey streets station. He
captured one man, who gave his name ns
Joseph Splnck, after a desperate struggle,
In which the latter attempted to shoot
tho policeman. Gannon ued his black
jack with telling efTect nnd succeeded In
subduing the alleged crook.
Smek, when arraigned before Magis
trate Harrlgnn, at the 3d nnd De Uin
sey atrcets station today, was held In
11500 ball, charged with the robbery.
Rrchard J McNuttp proprietor or the
saloon, Identified Splnek ns one of the
three men who robbed him. He snltl that
ha wni alone In the saloon nfter mid
night whtn the three men entered. They
lost no time In backing him Into n corner.
Ench held a revolver In his hand, which
he waved menacingly.
While McNutt wns standing with his
arms over Ills head Jnmei Harrison, of
2d nnd Spruco streets, came In to get a
drink. He was Immediately covered by
the revolvers and ordered to stand be
side McNutt. Then the two men were
ordered to lie on the floor. While they
were In this attitude the robbers opened
the cash drawer and emptied Its contents
on the bar. They were disappointed in
finding such a small sum. Swearing at
McNutt nnd Harrison, they ran out Into
the street. Their hurried exit attracted
the attention of Policeman Gannon, nhd
when he approached the trio they lied. He
gavo chnse and overtook Splnek when he
fell nt 3d nnd Walnut streets The police
are making a search for his companions.
McNutt gavo a good description of tho
CHARGE CAUSES STIR
Washington Party Candidate
Says He Was Deprived of
Nomination by Trick
An accusation that election returns li.id
been "doctored" created a sensation to
dny at the meeting of the County Com
missioners In City Hall, The allegation
was made by Francis T. Tobln, an at
torney, representing Frank Thompson, of
449 North 65th street, a candidate for tho
Washington party nomination for Clerk
of the Court of Quarter Sessions.
Commissioner Frank J Gorman Indig
nantly denied the accusation. He and
Thompson later told radically different
stories of an alleged Illegality which. If
It existed, would Invalidate Washington
party votes cast for Horry Walter for
Clerk ot the Court, It Is said.
"F found that on the party ballot Wal
ter a name appeared twice once for Cor
oner and once for the clerkship. It Is
Illegal for a man to be a candidate for
two nominations by tho same party nnd
I notified the Committee of One Hundred.
I was told Walter's name had been elim
inated from the race for Coroner nnd
that the ballots would be reprinted,
"t.ater Gorman showed mo a ballot with
Walter's name only under the clerkship
designated. But Gorman now denies the
ballots wero reprinted, so that the names
must have appeared under both designa
tions. Illegally." ,
Tobln alleged that votes cast for Walter
should bo ruled out and that tho nomina
tion should thus go to Thompson.
On the return sheets Walter's name
appealed only as n candidate for Clerk
ot Quarter Sessions. Tobln's accusation
of "doctoring" was based on the assump
tion that If the ballots had not been re
printed (end Gorman denied they had
been reprinted) the name of Walter had
appealed twice on the same ballot at the
primary election. He declared the matter
would be carried to court.
Woman Dies While Visiting
Mrs. Emma Porst, 04 years old. ot
29JJ North Itecse street, died suddenly
last night while visiting Mrs. Kathailne
Badcr. of Mechanic street and Wlssn
hlckon drive. Mrs. Porst, accompanied
by her oister, Mrs. Ernestine Schulman.
of 3071 Welkel street, had Just removed
her wraps when she collapsed. l)i.
B. n. Peltz, of S914 nidge avenue, who
was summoned, pronounced tho woman
dead from Brlght's disease and heart
failure. Her body was removed to her
makes the daily
shave a picnic
First, there's a good, healthy
lather that doesn't fade away
on tho right side before the left
is scraped. Then somehow the
razor always seems just a little
sharper when It's slipping
through a lather of Reslnol
But better still is the way it
speeds up the shave by cutting
out "soothing" applications and
tedious steaming and soaking
your face, simnly doesn't need
them, because the Resinol medi
cation in the Stick makes tense
ness, dryness and shaving rashes
Sold by all good druggists. For
trial-size stick free, write to Dept.
6-M, ltealnol, Baltimore, Md.
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For Your Trip? Take
with you when Yachting, Camping,
Motoring, Fishing, or Golfing.
A nutritious, satUfying Food-Drink ready
In a moment. A good Mght lunch when
tired or run down. Simply dissolve in water,
hot or cold. A fins night's rest Is assured
H you tsks a cupful hot Wfoio retiring.
Our Lunch Tablets ate the acme of con-
vtnUnt nourishment. Dissolve a ftv
In the mouth when fatigued or hungry.
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PhACK ON JUDICIAL TICKET
Makes Legal Claim nt Countlnrr of
Voto in Montgomery County
NORRISTOWN. Sept 24 -The official
count of the votci nt the primary elec
tion, on Tuesday, was begun at noon
todnj by the County Commissioners.
Charles I) McAvoy appeared on behalf of
Wllllnm r. Dannchower. on of the ns
plniiits for tho nomination for Judge of
the Common Pleas Court, nnd read part
of the amended net of June 1. 1915, which
provides that If a candidate tor nomina
tion for Judgo receive a number of votes
greater than one-half of the total num
ber of Votes cast for thai office, and
renter than one-hnlf of the number of
ballots cast, he shall be the sole nom
inee, nnd his name, nnd nono other, shall
be printed upon the official ballot for the
McAvoy contends that the board must
compute not only the total vote cast at
the primaries for the nonpartisan ticket,
but alto the total vote cast for the sev
eral partisan tickets, In order to be able
to ceitlfy as to whether nny one candl
date has received more than 60 per cent,
of the total vote cast nt the primaries.
County Solicitor Freas Styer said tho
matter would not be nrgued, but thnt
tht commissioners would receive Mr. Mc
Tho commissioners proceeded with the
count In the usual way. If Dannchowcr's
point Is sustained. It may menn tho open
ing of every ballot box to nscertaln If
ballots were cast nnd not counted, as bal
lots un nnrked or maiked wrongly.
WOMEN FAINT AT INQUEST
Rclntives of Murdered Italian
cumb in Coroner's Office
Four women fnlntcd today at the In
quest Into the death ot Vlncenzo Floren
tine, of IMS North 2M street, who was
shot and killed on September 19 by John
Kerrlcrl. of 1054 Stella street.
Ferrlcrl entered the restaurant con
ducted by riorentlno and started to help
himself When the proprietor objected
there was n quarrel. Ferrlcrl left, but
returned later nnd shot Florentlno.
The testimony brought out before Cor
oner Knight so affected the four wohien
relatives of Florentlno that they Col
lapsed and were revived by Dr. John
Tlcmlg. For some tlmo the Coroner's
court resembled a hospltnt, but the wom
en were at length revived,
WIDOW DEMANDS ESTATE
Joseph E. Munich Wants Full
Rights in Legacy
Full rights ns tho widow of Joseph E.
Munich, n tetlred mill owner of this city,
who died last January, leaving an estate
of $101,000, are claimed by Mrs. Josephine
Munich, to whom the mill owner's will
left J10.000. It Is alleged by the heirs to
the lemnlnder of the estate that Mrs.
Munich deserted her husband five months
beforo his death and thereby sacrificed
het marital rights. '
Two sisters, a brother and tho mother
of Mr. Munich, tho heirs, contest Mrs.
Munich's claim. The final fight In the
estate will be heard by ono of the Judges
of the Orphans' Court, following taking
of testimony by Joseph I,. McAlear, who
was appointed to hear the evidence after
the will was admitted to probate.
Democrats Put Up Harrington
EAIVTIMOnU. Sept. H Democrats In
Stato convention yesterday nominated
Hmcrson C Harrington for Governor.
Fifty Arrra, Over 800 "Varieties,
nt Their interview urcry, N. J.
.Scpf. 2.'tb to Ort. SiJ, Inclusive,
The Public Cordially Invited
The following trains will stop at
3 Purchase tickets to Tavlor Station.
Leave foot of Market street, Phila
delphia. A. M.. 9:40; P. M.. 12:40,
1:20, 2:32. Returning leave Itlver
vlevv Nurterj : P M , 12:19, 2:32, 5:26.
Trolley from Camdon every half
For automobile route and any
other Information tall at store or
phone Walnut 974.
Choice Dahlia blooms will be sold
by Ladles of the Martha Washington
Memorial Association, tl'0 ,itlre pro
ceeds to be devoted towni he erec
tion of n memorial to Martha Wash
ington at Valley Forge.
spw Seed, Plants, Dulbi
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"NO FUSION," DECLARES
B. G. BROMLEY AS AN
Personally Opposed to Move In
Mayoralty Campaign, but
Says He Does Not Speak
for the City Committee
PATRONAGE IS TOO SUM
There will be no fusion In this cam
paign, with the Democrats, a party to
It, according to H. Gordon Bromley,
chairman of the Qld duard " Democratic
City Committee and tho Democratic
Bromley said today that he Is per
sonally opposed to It. He pointed out,
however, that tho no-fuslon Idea Is' his
own, and that when he decries fusion
he does not express the sentiments of
tho City Committee, which are still un
certain. "Tho committee," he said, "can act as
they see lit, but they know my senti
ments on tho matter."
The Old Guard candidate talked about
building up the Democratic City Com
mltteo Into an organization that will com
mand respect, and asserted that ho did
not enter the mayoralty seeking anything
Fusion has disintegrated the Old Guard
organization In the rast, said Bromley,
and for that reason ho ts opposed to
fusion this fall.
"We are not as strong today as we wero
before our last experiment with fusion,"
he said. "Wo havo loBt three Magis
trates and ono Appraiser."
As It was evident that tho trend of
Bromley's mind In tho "building up"
process was toward obtaining Jobs for
the faithful, he was asked what he could
hope for In that way from tho con
tractors' candidate. If Smith Is elected.
"There Is no deal with them," ho said
emphatically, "and there Is no under
standing with them."
Dlscuslng the fusion of four years ago,
uramiey earn that the Democrats got a
Places under the Blankenburg ad.
ministration, but ho did not consider they
had received enough.
Asked If he did not think lhaCthe great
er question of a clean city government for
Philadelphia, which might be obtained
only through fusion, did not In his mind
outweigh any possible additions to the
Democratic City Committee patronage
which might come through tho favor of
the contractors' candidate If elected, ho
pointed out that, with a Democratic ad
ministration in Washington and the next
presidential campaign so near. It was
Important to have a strong organization
In both city and State. Ho said:
"We cannot have that and Join any
fusion movement this jear."
IS the cream you are
using as good as Sup
Everything possible is
done not only to make
f upplee Cream perfect
lat to keep up its qual
ity so that it comes to
you always rich, fresh
flavored, delicious. We
strive both to secure
your patronage andJ;o
keep it. Try Supplee
Cream it has "a better
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The graceful lines, superior
quality and smartness of style in
our new Fall and Winter models
have met with instant favor
among women and college girls
who want footwear that reflects
fashion's latest trend.
Every style, color and chic com
bination is here, and you will find
a number of exclusive features
that are not shown elsewhere.
Shoes and Hosiery
1204-06-08 Market Street
Large J& (Hrm flumH Wimm
rATCHOOUte, N. Y 8ft. MlflM
Frances Belli, whose height l nvo fet
and whose weight Ii DO pounds, ytn to
day appointed a special Deputy Shtf
pf Suffolk County When not fulfllMn
her duties as society odltresa of the
Patchoguo Argus, he will play her prt
;s an officer of the law by helping tUiJ
Price of Dyed Silks Advances
An increase of 25 per cent ha been
made by one of the largest silk dyera of
this city on all goods except vtry light
hades which take but a little dye. This
Is due, It was said In the announcement
by the tlrm, to the dyo shortage. Other
firms In the silk ilyelng business are ex
pected to take similar action within a few
Perry & Co.
A11 pianos have the
same number of keys, all
players have the same
number of fingers, yet
all who play do not pro
duce the same results.
CT. He who looks to the
mechanism for his music
will produce mechanical
music but the master
knows that melody re
sides in the soul of the
CC Style, like music, is a
matter of feeling, and
cannot be obtained by
merely applying a pair
of shears to a piece of
C And therein you have
the essential difference
between "N. B. T."
clothes and others the
difference between style
which is mechanical and
style which is art.
C We are but amateurs
o)x melody; buf'N.B.T."
garments this Fall estab
lish our fame securely as
masters in producing the
harmonies of Style.
$20, $25, $30 for Fall
Suit or Fall Overcoat
Perry & Co.
"N. B. T."
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