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SEEK NKWAUTU LAW
Luifldelphians Lead Movement
r." . i- rnnntlon to Curb
. MMtuMiia Td . .TitnA 57 A
2 .JluS reform that will require nil au-
Misioo-' - . ,- n eprA Mflmina.
rftofe lcVnw are gmnted U beln ad.
I J?M.tton aa the? Bather for the n
g&n'a annual meeting today at Bedford
- JftTn If busy securing the aupport of the
ftliuilon for regulations he will propose
wiSStlons he advocates were adopted
' ?f Thursday by th rhlladclph a United
hit Tnurmi" j i, nt nflinnn tjin,
" JKtteeMr. Abbott Is chairman. It I,
STAbbotti contention that dr vers aro
iv .milted to operate in mo nmiu uciure
L'Cfiw Proved their competency.
K th I'h ladelphta delegation. I,
jmemMroi i lettlslatlon.
Ill U psrtlcuhrly anxious to seo a more
Iwrotl enforcement of the IS-year age
Wof the association, spoke on some as-
?KH !. iinwd bv reports from tho as-
4 gftra ""- ,. c--,,,.! ri TtnRhnr.
Jf- 0Cia"", . ., ,, ,,. ... nrv. .turiir
if CK ' imlladeTphla: Much of the ff
P f.mt In the preliminaries of the meeting Is
t ..ntrlnS about me bciccuuii vi n.o ..
'Jm boom has been launched for Cyrus O.
tnti, of Reading
VILLA WILLING TO HELP
CARKAKZA MU11T U. S.
Bandit Chief Reported to Hnvc Made
Overtures for uo-opernuon
whoso raid on Columbus. N. M., brought
on the Mexican crisis of today, not only Is
?. t... , to rflnltnrlnn- -with Car.
".rania to Join his forces against tho United
e SWt accoruing lo pnvnic nuutca ii-utii-"jng
the State Department today.
These advices, tho source of which was
sot divulged, state that Villa Is at Kscalon,
ttfar Par, iie is aecisireu to naio ui
ifered Carranza an army of seeral hundred
f the First Chief will tako him back and
five him a command In his army.
ESTATES OF THE DEAD
Mary Whelen's Personalty Appraised
f (tan iro
.- ..v v,,-
fo . .:
T An estate valued at jsuou is cusposea or
vhi orhate bequests by tho provisions or
the Will 01 arouiio au. wiiici., u vci
trook avenue, which was admitted to pro-
I bate today.
R The personal effects of tho estate of Mary
fe E Whelen have been appraised at 50.-
HM8, and Richard J. Walther at 3427.97.
Army of Sightseers Here
One of the largest outtng parties ever
earrled by any line arrived at the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad Station, 24th and
Chestnut streets thos afternoon. The partv
Is from Washington Courthouse, O , and
preceded to Atlantic City. There were
loms 2200 persons In It and seven trains
e! 11 coaches each were required. The big
ttrlf Is composed of customers and con
ninurr of the Midland Grocery Company
c( Ohio, Including the Dahl-Campbell
Branch it Washington Courthouse and the
Monwpny-Hamond Branch, of Columbus,
0. TJis pleasure-seekers havo the outing at
fit eipcnse of the Arm.
radiating from St Louis
and central geographical
location make it the easiest
city to reach from all points.
Think 'of this when you
are asked to vote on where
YOU want to attend the
a eii eve
floors in a way that
will make their lustre stay.
Right now is the best time
to have It done.
Get our tillmatt no obligation
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For People of iderate Means
vnf. J0Ur.eyM "e1 luntl0H and
f.vii-4"!101 8ord to pay th usual
weting fee and do pot care tu go
Uhi L... DCUlJ8ts Ot Philadelphia
Sfcur. for -yqu a thorough
iSom"0' aufM tha yW can
ii.?grbl'al 'ne (or far and near
?apars.ona "'"K'o lns "no
& ll'to" f rt. and com.
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EVENING L-EDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1916.
WOMEN ADVERTISING EXPERTS WHO ARE ATTENDING CONVENTION
These women arc nil the salaried heads of the publicity departments of largo business concerns in various sections of tho country. Left to right
arc Miss Jean Dean Barnes, Miss Ida Clarke, Miss Jane Carroll, Miss J. J. Martin, president of tho League of Advertising Women of New York; Miss
Aylctt Lapscy, Miss F. Mcistcr and Miss Grnsswinckcl.
Farmer's Water Power Was
Stopped and He Discovered
Collapsible Boat on Trip
LONDON. June 27.
Only the fact that the water supply In
tho homo of a Kerry County farmer ran
out on the night before Good Friday led to
tho uncovering of Sir Roger Casement's
plot to head a revolution In Ireland.
John McCarthy, a Currngh farmer, when
Casement's trlnl wns resumed today, re
vealed that fact.
McCarthy on his trip for water saw drift
ing the collapsible boat In which Sir Roger
and hU confederates had landed from a
McCarthy testified that ho found a dag
ger In the boat and noticed the footprints
of three persons In tho sand. His little, girl
found three pistols nearby. Ho sent one of
his laborers, Pat Drlscoll, to the nearest
barracks to Inform the police.
Mnry Gorman, living on a nearby farm,
told of Beelng three men go by tho farm
yard shortly aftor dawn on Good Friday
morning. Casement smiled when she Iden
tified him as one of the trio.
Sergeant Thomas J. O'Hearn, of the Irish
constabulary, who fount! Casement hiding
In an old fort and arrested him, admitted
on cross examination that a large part of
Ireland was arming In preparation for do
mestic war. Ho said It was common knowl
edge that large quantities of arms had been
Imported into Ulster.
The prosecution closed Its case this
afternoon after producing evidence to show
that the defendant had carried on an acthe
antl-Brltlsh propaganda among Irish
prisoners In Germany.
residents of Philadel
phiaregisteredatHotd Astor during the past -year.
Single Room, without bus,
jst.oo to j3 oo
Double ft .00 to 4 oo
Single Rooms, with bath,
3j.oo to 6 oo
Double . S4.00 to S7.00
Ptrlor, Bedroom and bath,
J:o 00 to 14.00
At Broadway, 44th to 4jth Streets
the center of New York $ jocisl and
biuineis activities. In close proximity to
all railway terminih.
FLAG GUARD GAVE MOTHER
STOLEN FROM FRONT PORCH
"Keep It Flying," Ho said She'll Buy
When Mnxwoll Housel, 121 North 62d
street, left homo Friday to Join tho troops
his h Company K, of the 1st Regiment
ho told his mother to keep flying tho Amer
ican flag that he had placed 011 the front
porch In response to Mayor Smith's recent
Today tho flag Isn't flying. Mrs II. O
HoubcI, tho mother, has notified the police of
tho Otst and Thompson streets station that
during tho night It wao stolen.
Tho police, of course, nro Imestlgnting,
but no clue han been found Meanwhile
the son, who Is 28 years old, Is preparing to
go to tho Moxlcan border.
"But I shall got another flag," Mrs Hous
el said today, "and that will keep flying
until my boy comes home "
Wheat Steamship Sunk in Collision
SAUI4T STC. MARIE. Mich , Juno 27.
In collision In a dense fog early today with
the steamship Hill of tho Pittsburgh Steam
ship Company, tho steamship Panther,
owned by tho Mnssey Steamship Company,
was sunk off Parisian Island after her
crew had been rescued by tho Hill Tho
Panther wns down-bound with a cargo of
Man Dies of Heart Disease
G Porry Rusk, 68 years old. of 2221
North 18th street, collapsed nt Loverlng
ton avenuo and Baker street early this
morning. Ho was removed to St. Timothy's
Hospital, where physicians said that death
was duo to heart disease
VnW v v rr - w , 7
Buying ReynalJo ia
the best way to cut
down the high cost or
smoking good Havana
and yet smoke good
At VAII.N McI)0NKI.I,
Ask OLK Dealer,
Ilousa Established 18G6
That Are Real
About 150 sln.i.0 suit lenetho that
rango In value from 185 to 140 have
been grouped In two prices
, $30 and $35
The cloalnff out of these odd lensths la ,
Inevitable In a largo business, other-'
wise e accumulate too heavy a stock.
This Is an unusual opportunity, when
you consider the Increased cost of wool
ens In all the markets of the world es
pecially la It so when Dixon Tailoring
and Dlxori-srrvlce Is added to these
woolens of such sterling values
A number of suitings amongst them
nre of suitable welcht to sen a you
for September and October days
The best choice falls to tho early
Walnut Street at 1111
47 JXorfdoa: St., IV., Bond St.
In the Populous
There Is One STRONG
"TRIED TO BEAT IT TO EL PASO"
A Madras Shirts $
TT To Your Order
Built to vour tiact rcqulrtintntt.
tll aMrtt jire-.firtinh,
Juit itep In and examine the material with
out obligation to purchane. Genuine Mudrai
that I Imported dlrtct from Andtrnon. ot Hrot.
land ool ltcht. comfortabla and durable. For
filTSce or aoelal wear these lummer dayi they
ara ine veff tunic ?uu want.
COULTER, 710 Chestnut St
Safeguarding Your Valuables
OUR Safe Deposit Yaults are of modem construction; "fire
proof and burglar-proof, and protected by every device
necessary to insure safety; individual safes rent from $5 up
charges for epecial deposits, such as silverware, aro based on the
value of the articles d.Pted ,
ORGANIZED $n 1860, this company has always made a
particular effort to perfect its service to the individual,
and tjj prepared to relieve its clients of yvry detail connected
" wilh the management of their financial affairs "
, Complft equipment at both ojjicet
rl9 Chestnut Street t j U1S Chestnut I
1 - Ti9 Chestnut Street ;; HIS Chestnut Street - ' 1
I - Philadelphia 1
I N 1
Six More Negro Troopers Caught Far
CHIHUAHUA CITV, Mexico, Juno 27
FJvo of tho bIt additional American ncsro
troopers, mado prisoners at Carrl2al, and
brouRlit here, are named John WIlHon,
Gcorjje M. Chaplin. T. Hopkins, Thomas
Cardeld and IV D Gibson Tho prisoners
sild two white packer. Known to them as
"Texas" nnd "Slim" were with Captain
Boyd's force and bclleo they escaped
Glbion, speaking for his comrades, said
they wore captured nt Loa Ilumos, many
mllci from tho scene of tho fight by pursu
ing caalry. Ho said six of them were
"trying to beat It for El Paso "
General Trelno announced that Gibson
told him that tho members of the expedi
tion wore lined up by Captain Bod two
miles out of Carrlzal nnd told that "they
might got through peacefully, or they might
'bo up agnlnst it, but that In nny event
there was only one thing to do, and that
wns to obey orders"
British Vlco Consul O'Hca has facilitated
.no rcmsnl of Americans at Torrfon and
Durangu, providing them with a special box
car with Instructions that Its progress bo
FAKE ROADSIDE "JUSTICE" FINES
MOTORISTS HOUND FOR SHORE
ATLANTIC CITY, Juno 27 "Somewhere
In Jersey" shore-bound motorists aro be
ing mado victims of a got-rlch-qulck opera
tion by n spurious Justlco of the Peace and
a conitnulo. with a rondsldo court, which
has no permanent location More than n
do7on nutomoblllsts piBsIng through Pleas
antH1o reported to Chief of Tollco Krew
son they had been victims of a "court
martial " which conceded no defense, but
was rcaaonablo In penalties, tho fines rang
ing from $1 to two and a half times that
On your dealer's case
$U "EXCEEDINGLY BETTER"
Ilrnry'a Clear Co., riilladelphla
Ann vouit rcnT in good condition?
MANNA B E Cor. 13th & hansom
nrtnilAV (OierCnino'i!) and
1204 cnnsTNVT HT. II W Ilsnna. Mcr
Corn Itcmoiecl. 2"c rn. MnnlciirhiK, 23c.
J. E. Caldwell & Co.
qo2 Chestnut Street
' . Sports Watch "
Attached to trie Wrist
by a Leather Thong
The Service Does
Not Show on the Surface
One Waterman's Ideal will last
you for years. It will work early
and stay up late. Always ready
to write without your thinking
about it. Let one today exactly
suited to your hand. You v
appreciate its good service.
Price $2.50 to $150.
.L. E. Waterman Company
N.w York. N. Y.
starts tomorrow morning!
Ph iladelph ians
J And it has never meanf so much to 'them as it' $
means today! It's a bargain festival in all F f
kinds of woolen clothes for men at a time when J
the sources of supply are quoting us advances T
of forty to fifty per cent, on all fabrics. The
regular prices of these Suits all season are in
many instances the figures it will cost us to have
similar qualities for next Summer if as good! jf
Why, then, reduce the prices of these?
ff Business! Perry's will have next season's r
best at next season's lowest possible prices,
you can bet your boots; blit you can beat 'that t
bet by buying next Summer's needs right now f
and we won't be angry one bit! $?'
fr Here aret this season's rock-bottom regular
prices and tomorrow's reductions!
White Shoes For Men
A summery style
favored both by
White buckskin with white
leather sole and heel; $8.00.
SorOSis Shoe CO. Chestnut Street
$15 and $18 Suits. . . $ 1 2.50 and $ 1 3,"50
$20.00 Suits for $16.50
J25.00 Suits for $19;00)
And so on up through the finest :
woven $30, $35 and $40 Suits at
corresponding Reductions! ?
The Suits reduced include worsteds, cassi
meres, cheviots in light Summer weights;
quarter-lined coats and skeleton-lined with silk
trimming. They're not heavy-weight Spring
leftovers that would suffocate an Esquimau near
the pole they're Perry Suits made for Philadel
phia Summer wear, and sold all season to Philadel
phians who value and want solid comfort 1 .
Besides they're Perry tailored
which in itself puts all others with the
$2.50 for originally low $3 and $3.50 trousers ;$3 for
$4 trousers; $3.50 for originally low $5 trousers; $4 for $6
and $6.50 trousers; and so on!
Prepare for present' and :
for future Summer needs!
PERRY & CO.
"N. B, T."
16th & Chestnut Sts.
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