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HU Plunei listed below Tiave
been taken n part payment
for t lift famous Matchless
Cunningham IMnnns or
I'layer-Planes they liaxe
been IhernUirhlv irr.ti.itrrl
t our own factories nmi ate llla
new, Although these Instruments are
priced lit these low figures, they are
fully guaranteed by u.
mn!l lri, f tj
$400 W. W.
'rifn Octute JSJI
ijm BaaBaW 1
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F R CAMS
OF MINE EXPLOSION
ILL PROM INHALING FUMES
Hloemshtirc, Va., Nev. 0. J. Ij.
Rnrrah, f Light street, It In n criti
cal condition, as n result of inhaling
funics ,from the exhaust of hi auto
mobile while working about the ma'
chine. lie una unconscious mere thun
ten hours. .
State Officials Start Deep
quiry en Reason for
& Sens $QC
Piane $11 A
Full Octave A V
macker $1 1 C
RED CROSS AIDS STRICKEN
Snawrlcr, l'a., Nev. I). Settn Slate
mine inspectm. hraded by Sewtml
t'utteu, (lliciMiir of the Piin1vRiiln
Hureau of Mine, teda.x started the of
tidal inxeiniunllen of the llelll.x mine
explosion which cltilined nrxentv-sls
Ulxe 1af Memliy. Ai the Inqttirr
j opened M r.. ".niten ilciI.iril thnt 11,
would he themiiirii mid would t mil lmt
until tlie ImrktUiinii IiriI ptnliltsliu
'the iiue. IIh uddivl that ! "uu net
falNMrd tli.u tin t.xiiloh'ien ihettlit have
Ownu's and niSi ink of tin- mine were
te be iiuiftieneil t"lii 'I lifit the mltien
rliu were lecui'd fnuii tlie pii ille.l
pit will hi' nsltttl tn idl i lu-ir .ti)tk",
t'rin imiuet nccetilin in ('euiiii'i1 At.
W. Swabb, nf Cjinlutn CeutiH. will rnt
he held until the Stnte tenrludc its in in
wstitf.itleh. "NVilireiitv wan the nuv of tln ix-
' phiilen. and the im litigation rtb te who
nia iii'xitjteiil will be under way te
, day," wim the statchicnt made last
nijtht hv .Air. llutten.
1 Hutten ".'iiil he had been Informed that
PiittKI. i'laiinic.in. lir be-.. thi met
inutilnfed of the ictluu. Inid piiipemdy
Mt oft hiiuill peubi'tx of iiri'd.uup. te
M'ip the mine diar of un. and te Keep i
the e.'" itierd of the mine I'lem Imlieat-
i-T that i; v.ns a riih mine Whether
i KlanniitHii had taken St upon him' If
i te perform that lmarrleit work or
, whether n ilub had been held exer liii
iieuu eeinpeltinn hiai te de it te l.eep
! hi? job in n tuttttrr that the investiga
tion will reveal, Butten explained.
1 Ne (ins Reported
j The ftas record of the mine. Butten
sold, ahewed that net a trace of the
firedamp had been reported the lust two
The Careful Shepper
appreciates this new
series of walking
shoes in Walk-Overs
) XeJaJ R
Piane $1 7C
Fnll K ItV
there ien't n winple itcerd there of km,"
h said. "Iu fact, the llelllv Ne. 1
was clas-sed ns a iion-enseeitH mine."'
, Miners here said there had been four !
Ks explosions gincu the Reillv was,
opened in 1018. On of these xvas fatal
te u miner, l'he ethers were net kerl- ,
eus. The thcerj that tbe tnlaers them- i
ehes might have mt off the pocket of
imse te enable them te continue woik weik
In In the best section of the Mill wae
scouted by peenw here yesterdaj .
As the lux-estigaters gathered fr
their meetinp, the funerals et a num
ber of the xictims were held. At the
Hely Cres Iteman Catholic Chimb a
joint servW xxas eendueted for seven
! nf the miners. At St. l'ntrick'v Reman '
.Catholic Church nearby mass was eild
for live of the xietims, while in the
I Italian Reman Catholic Chinch at,
( llurnesbore. services were held for live!
ethi-rs. I. .iter in the day tlfteen ether-)
wele te be buried. !
lied Crew Assistance i
t The Spansler thiiptcr of the led i
' Crets appropriated 5J000 ler the tetief
of ftiiillies whose bends met death in1
the mine. The Red Cres. the Snha- i
tien Arniv -uid the United Mine Work Werk
er (eiiiblnid forces in the wrerl: of
, merex A fund of !.'000 for lelif
work -xas contributed by District 0 of
the Miners' I'nleu. I
Owners of the nlii" declared that in- i
, surame p-iMnenu would b.' made it1
eU(.e. tlie company wuiviiiB the ten-dav
peiled t-raiittd hv law.
(ienuine Russian Calf or
Hoarded Black Calf in
medium or low heels.
With the smartest tee
shapes and such perfect
poise and service as only
Walk-Over wearers knew.
wBl - a
jIb' tiA, r fl
iVetc Spert Sieckingt.
SW: and Weel or All
Weel. Special fl.25.
r?r 1022 CHESTNUT
A New Special Offer of
Oak Hail's Famous Tailoring Shep
selection from a special
of new and finest Winter
&. Sens $'
$575 Ivers &
Full Sir sa23
, $G00 Baldwin
Fun hu 6tv
ITALIAN CABINET MOVES
I FOR FINANCIAL REFORMS
I Premier Mussolini te Make Radical
Changes In Policies
Heme. .Nev J) i Lty A P. I Cem-,
piWiujsUn meas-iie-j for financial tied
ntliM referiTH Imxe been decided upon
hx the nv Italian Cabinet of rrctuur
M isselini. It was seuii-efllciallx uu-'
TIi' Cubuxt Cxincil has- decided that'
the 1'arliameae (-hall ! uiV.ed r. nve
the (leverunient full yewcis for
. "burraucratii' and financial reform.'
land has announced It detennliritieu
I that tlie national lievirnmeni nhull emi
I tiact in lean abroad, nlrbeuth no Uuv
einment oueitlon xxill be niiseil t.. tne
iutlus of le'.viKu tapivul. l'lftnici .Vie. ,
t -Imi lui I)' in uuthutiztd t utj-uitr
, plan fii rferm iu the erKanizatiuu of
the j ubhi forces, the idea beinu te iffe i
all pi. -siMe ravlnr ceaiyutible ulfti thej
THE RIGHT WAV'S
BUILT TO MEASUREMENT
These fabrics, being thoroughly
typical of Wanamaker & Brown
quality, are all worsteds, either soft
or mill finish or hard finished, as you
Fer these who like heavy Winter
tweeds and fine cheviets, there is a
Register you order early.
Wanamaker & Brown
Market Street at Sixth for 61 Years
'im p Wiiw m imimms imunnmnimsirwiin
WHO, WHAT AND WHERE!
By the Connoisseur
mO REALLY Iwifr 'in txq'uMf
t turreundinat. tmeu the meat
delMem feed perftetly tfrved
and at moderate eett is te lunen en
the Balcony, in the Hetel Adelphfa,
t$th and Gheetnut, where the tnueie
i$ of ineiiieue, enthralling charm.
.M.M.M . t. . -M JI 1-
ye filer eatnet ej jmw it a
l preetnt of grateful beauty
that pieaeet tne eye, ae
UfXte the heart and eoethee the pal
ate. Nothing it quite ee aceiptable
nor quite ee appropriate at a gift
upon any oeeatien at "a gift batket
of fruit" arranged by Halleuttll'e,
Bread and Chtttnut Street.
tEXT te hairing eyeglattet
V ground exactly at pretcribed,
T Inturing perfect vitien, the
mett important thing it that they
theuld be ee completely comfortable
at te render the wearer u'neonicfetM
of the feet he weare glattee. The
"W. O. Comfert Spectuelea" ao ae ao
cempliah thii by a rigid arch main
taining .alignment, a bread tide rett
ing en noeepiece and flexible temple
endt exerting no pretture: Wall A
Oehe, eptieiane, 1718 Chtttnut Street.
f-rjHERE it no mere pleasant
I mode of entertaining than me-
taring. A meter for out-of-town
talle, parties or ehepping that
is exactly as a private car without
a considerable part of the expense
can be obtained any hour of the day
or night by calling" Baring 8500,
The Cunningham Cab Company.
(Cadillac limeutinet.) Ne additional
charge for txtra passengere in Cun
QttOB BUCKLES have come t'nCe
O thtM. ew,n aaain, only mere .
qutstte than ever, due te the fati
that they are backed by, lace, metfi
he gautee, velvete and mtint a,
fened into tatrfcat. elaborate dt
eigne by tepeeially trained artists u
thie work. ClaflMe, 1107 Cheeln
Street, exhibit eeme superb enttL
mene with imported buckles i
bronze beads, jet, rhineetent, rttarli.
at very low eeet. "
j r THEN eemething needs clsan.
ylf ing, preeting or dyeing, the
first eontideratien is te rnakt
sure it will be well dena, and thsn
thaf. it will he quickly returned,
Barg't, 1113 Cfmtnnt Street, deit
well and return it promptly. ..
dentally, they call for eny a&
that is te be pressed, cleaned Z
RUG tha.t has siiddenly ft,,
coma exceedingly rare and
imnossible te duuHcnt .-. u."
Asia Miner rug that liae been
made in Turkey especially for FrlR
& La Rue, 1010 Chestnut Street
The artisans who made these rues
are all killed, as far as in known,
and the entire eupply was destroy
in Smyrna when that city wet
devastated by fire and pillage.
ONE1 of the largest, if net tht
very largest, collections of
important sterling silver in
the world is constantly carried fjy
Bailey, Banks Biddle. It includ't
replicas of priceless antique end
famous ptate, exquisite patterns dt.
signed and sold only by this firm.
ft includes delightful little pieces at
moderate eeet up te entire services
of imperial magnificence.
Can I Get Glasses
Yes. If you are ever 45, your oculist (eye physi
cian) may net find them necessary. Otherwise, for the
sake of avoiding a few hours of trifling discomfort, you
may risk years of impaired vision.
"Dreps," or horr.r.trepin, is a medicine that tempor
arily relaxes certain eye muscles. In some cases it is only
when they are at rest that the eyes can, be properly ex
amined. These muscles of accommodation lese much of
their activity by the time one reaches 45, hence, there is
no need te restrain them. When used by an oculist (eye
physician), drops nre net only harmless, but beneficial.
"Your family physician' t advice U lafttl"
PHILADELPHIA GUILD OPTICIANS
Haic a rational reputation for accuracy
for vhich reason they are entrusted te fill
prescriptions by the Medical Profession.
703-706 Bailey BldR., 1218 Chestnut St., Philadelphia
Tn'B Talk I from a eepjrlRht series All lights reserxed.
I-mi '.riTri r, - r-r 1 1 bi
ytx UHl U il . HI' 'Vita iMSIiMn I 'n'i,'l,t j
JUL. ., &V
LYMAN ABBOTT'S ESTATE
IS WILLED TO HIS FAMILY
estate M i.OtlSD
nt te $75,000. 'HS
of hN family. I Mb
$725 Story &
$850 Blasius &
D,nna,ln Dinhlhlu XAJaeIU CTC flr Pit
. ,,., y . .wk'wM, "villi f!V,WVU J-f
Is L-ft hv Editor 3SJ
J Nexv Yerll, Nex I). The w t! of I)r ?f
jjir.uu vui'Uii. luimervv e. Jler-Ja-i-ClPC
'of the Ontloeli, xxiin di'-i ii re'.er i.".'.
xvas ntuntttul te preliate jcb erdax
1 (tieiiKii tue '.r.e or tue
yet Known, it a.'iy iiuenn
AH et it go te mmijws ei Mi family, fla
Alice D. Abbelr. a niece, and r.vrnn riil
Hamlin, Dr Abbett't brether-lu-lnir,
are the enlj ash briyjt: of $1000
rni.tt Dr Al.liitf a cj.-,l 1. l... ,1...
'leek Puhlwhiti,' Ccmnanv. n iinri- .ififeti
nbeut .J.l jhitrtF, eon te hi s! , ,ij. .
dreu and a niece. The residunrv citate
secs te Ml Ihatrlte Abbett, a'daugtf
ter, who nKe recelie her fnther'al
teuntrx home, thtr Knell, at Cernwiill- '
j.iiv. r. ncn r' Abbett, hi I,
ecuier of the will.
AMOY CITY IN PANIC
Ltbe N.w OQ17
$900 Henry F.
XAke Nrtr J I U
Invasion ty ChanQ'a Military Fac Fac
tlen Paralyzes Business
Amey, China. Nev. I). (UvA. P i
nttack l"ui"Mlay nL'iit by
$950 Scho Sche Scho
Miniature Baby Grand
Piane Ranging Frem
IT PAYS TO THINK
inliuarv factleu bended by (.Imnc Tie-
reus against ia Hae-Chl, xhe has ij
iiiu support et tin) fcKinjf severutnenf,
threw the city Inte atenic. I.l took
refuge in flight after Chanj had seized
All the nathe robeold nrn ckaed,
llUSlnef. Is paialVZed. the tuniin rrIt..
nii'it is congested with Chinese retueea
from the nitlve e.uarter and Aiueneau
mid Ui-ltish pjnbeats. lyln clesa In
! Miore. me protecting foreign lntensHta.
ACTOR OBTAINS DIVORCE ip
i Minerva Rawllnsen Falls te Cen
test Husband'a Suit
ls AnuelbH, Se. I). (Hv A. I' )
Heihert Iluxvllnsen, metlun-pictura
actor, has ebtaiucd a detree et diverca
In the Superior Court hire from Mi
nerva ItnwlinNen, hnexvn en tlit legttl
inate stuKQ uh Reberta Arneld.
The unit wits net contested. He
Itnwllnsen mently has hem dc
feiiduut here In dumaife htiitw tiled by
Mrs. nthel CJ.irk In behalf of hnrrelf
nnd et her daughter, Uorethv L'lark
Ellin, titutce daucei.
aiai or a xqodsake raoresAxa
.L1 .'.ViA'11?. rJ '?.";' JaMn. wheT ea
,. "i" "i. t.juiu jereen iu
u timt inuy nut never bMn Droeowd te.
outticntte 4t sttt
ba baa '
raer inin a theuia
wltlwpt te r
Mews of Oak HalPs
is Traveling Far
One of the best recommendations of the
plan that we have seen is the fact that
insurance men themselves are coming
te Oak Hall, selecting their Winter
overcoats and insisting upon "the pol
icy that covers the coat" against direct
lese by theft, fire or robbery.
Saturday, an insurance man -who says he
uses his car constantly, purchased one and
declared it te be the greatest idea he had ever
seen in retail business.
All the overceat.s in Oak Hall are covered
by the policy which ui issued by the Franklin
Fire Insurance Ce.
ALL AMERICA OVERCOAT8-$30 TO $75
"HARLEVIA" IMPORTED OVERCOATS,
$35 TO 55
(One-third less than the price of any English
overcoats imported into Philadelphia of equal qual
ity.) SPECIAL $25 ULSTERS INSURED
BIG, STORM ULSTERS INSURED
LIGHT-WEIGHT FALL OVERCOATS
(We have eeld mere light-weight overcoats this
Hoaben than in many years. The qualities are be high
and the prices are he low, starting at $25.)
OUR CHESTERFIELD OVERCOATS
Thousands of them ready for quick
selection this brisk November weather.
Wanamaker & Brown
Market Street at Sixth for 61 years
Twill cords, marlyne
In black, brown and navy.
Tlwy tvert up te $69. BO
Smart tweeds and
trimmed with fur.
They wsr up te S49.BQ
Tomerrow: Exceptional Values
Chesen Frem Our Regular Stocks, Throughout The Stere
Street Dresses Reduced
aLBlill v , j II
On Our Third Fleer
A most unusual collection of moderately priced
frecka of Satin-back Crepe, Canten Crepe, Peiret
Twill and Matelasse. Medels for all daytime
occasions, in navy, black and new shades of brown.
They were up te $490
$19.50, 25, $35
Splendid new models smart, distinctive and Individual
In a wide variety.
There arc plain and Satin-faced Canten Crapes, Peiret
Twills, Chiffen Velvets and Crapes Remalne, in all the
Theu were up te $79J50
$39.50 and $55
L MB i H 1nii
1 pi f i
Weel Slip-en Sweaters
Fiber silk binding and CO
belt; in suit shades ...
Slip-en Sweaters of wool; in two-
tone mixtures; round Q Q QZ
item, run nimuvs
Tuxedo Sweaters of
quality wool, fall weight,
in na'y. brown and
black; sizes .16 te Ab
Silk-and-Weel Sweaters, slip-en
models in straight-line or blouse
styles: suit shades. One $10
style illustrated PA
Reduction Sale of Suits
- Our entire stock of this season's most attractive models. Every fashion
able fabric, fur and color is included.
Suits That Were $S90, $65, $95 te $155 Are New
25, m.50, $55 te $110
Three-Piece Medel Suit One-of-a-Kind Similarly Reduced
Coats, Wraps and Capes
At Savings of $10 te $50 a Garment
The newest and most distinctive of Autumn
modes, in the widest range of styles and
Including every fabric, every fur, every color,
vogue this season.
Regular $89.50, $95 te $235 Value
$55, $75 te $185
of Scotch and English tweeds, in plaids, and mix
tures. A notable feature la the prominence of fur
Regular $29,50 te $95 Valuta
$10.50 $20.50 t0 $6S
1220-22-24 Walnut Street
In a great variety of styles and
colors. Pricea range
$4.95 te $2250
Qleve Silk Vests; bodice
tibben straps, flesh only.
Boyshferm Brassieres of Skinner'
atin, in flesh, white and Q -g ntr
black: standard $2.S0 V "9
jftWwdtVtlm 6WBaVy '
U I'Ht-lCiyl $QlLwii&tM fjOtTttWwlmBl
1 iIxvKb n lit JvMlHv -tTaclw Ttlaniili
J yIII 1 Ml I ''I
iMnMJl 1 fill
Corduroy Robes, full length, lined
throughout; desirable jt A KQ
Robes of Quilted 'Satin in light
and dark shades; iC 1175
one shown in picture J
Spert models in striped and
plaid deaigna, developed in
Prunella, hemespuns and
tweeds. Exceptionally smart
and practical models.
wsrm up le $32.60
M'.- '.,'Jtttktktm wy.,fr.,Th.t , .