Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, November 10, 1922, Night Extra, Page 13, Image 13

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AUTO CRASHES
two Men Injured .in Accidents.
' Arreet Driver With Ne
License
AN AGED MAN IS ' VICTIM
Thrte sutomeblle accidents in the
A dWPPn of the ewncm of car.
Pt S.Pell n the jump enrly th
llnf Twe men were Injured In
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"Sjirrt crash occurred at Fifth and
mZien itreeti et 1:30 o'clock. A
ini weit en Dickinsen Btreet
aSneteS at Fifth afreet,
pjUBMttBtrat enr continued westerly
,lLItw.nt "Connelly, of the Third
..dWciinien street! police station,
hH tlie crah and found a youth
S3 hd ppv
III bum as Lawrence Foulk, nineteen
mri old. 230 Quince street. He had
J?Wr'a license, and could net live
. ittWKtery reason for belnf in pos pes
L20n of the car. He war arrested
nd will bsve a bearing this morning
Irfere Maiiatrete O'Connor. .
A wert ; time after the Dickinsen
itrHf crash an automebillst going at n
ricld rt of speed struck Alfred Ecker.
s,f,nt.five years old. of Fifteenth ami
Wallace Btrects. nt Sixteenth street mid
I'liufunk avenue. ...
Tile police believe Hint Hie. driver
h figureJ in the Dickinsen strei-t
urtldtnt uas the snme enc vhe struck
lldier. Ecker wus badly cut and
bruised and was attended by a neigh neigh neigh
btrboed physician.
About 4 o'clock this morning three
mtomeblles crashed together nt Fifth
una Lembard streets. The Impact threw
lit cars across the sidewalk of the
Htm of Philip Ostrew, a clgnr dealer.
Ortrew and Mi family thought an ex
iiloiien ercuiTed.
A car dlven by Luther IIert, 3305
Hamilton stifet, whs going neith en
Fifth flrcrt. At the snme time a Negro
km drlvine nu nutoir.ebilc east en
Umhard street. He was towing a
will into truck which wan being
fiMcd by .mother Negie.
When the automobile approached,
Herst iwirvfd around and tried te pass
I (hind it. He did net see the truck in
tow snd struck the rope connecting it
with the csr. All three vehicle were
brought together in the crash and piled
;e Ue ldcwait(. Herst was badly cut
snd brnle.l. He was taken te ti
rrnnsyhatifn Hospital. The ether men
mm arrested.
jcempnnlsts were Ferdlnnnde Tltomsnlle
nnd Abe Well.
1ln veenl selections vtc exclusively
operatic and nil the peVbrraen re
sponded with encores, semfeln the no ne no
ture of ether operatic numbers, but
principally with songs, which made a
geed Impression, several of the singers
being obliged te sing mere than once In
response te the applause. The iluet
'.',yul ml '5,?,nntor,nessente,,, from
"Ernani." finely sung W Mme. Cava
llerl and Mr. Hcnrduxle, was one of
the features of the concert.
At the close of the concert n dance
;n wnicu proved nn successful Iti
as did the concert. The effl
was given which proved ns successful In
vay as riici tun concert. The efn
I of the Cenacole Leonarde da Vlnel
are: President, Prof. Pasquale Farina:
Its
cert
first vice president, Dr, (iulseppe
rneiani. Hecenti tiui nrpniiipiir. utii.
seppe Dbnatet corresponding secretnry.
Chevalier Constantine Censtantlnl;
nnnncim srrreinrj, uuineppe nrorate,
nnd treasurer, Ferdlnnnde Tltomenllo,
rnc stage was (iecerntu wmi the itnl
inn colors and the flags of the United
States nnd of Italy, and the affair was
?lven under the patronage of the Iteyal
tallan Censul, Car. Uf?. Lulgi Slllttl.
QEODES TO SPEAK AT FORUM
rltlah Ambaaiatler te Take Part In
Armlatlea Day Hare
Sir Auckland Oeddcs. Hrltish Am
baasader te. the United Statei. will
apeak. before the Philadelphia Forum
In the Academy of Music , tomorrow
night, yir 'Auckland's talk, featuring
the Forum observance of Armistice
Day, will be en "The Engllsh-Hpealc-Ing
Peeples Are the Ifepe of the
world."
iw print
PER THOUSAND
BUSINESS CMOS
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aouedt low lit price tbttlt Is liardlr
btUevabU (list a car; I which truly
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Mva TO oe (ci our Hnpin ana jeu
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THE MAJESTIC PRESS
PRINTERS n4 STATIONERS
1214 Girard Aven Phila., Pa.
1st at quota you en all your printing
and atatlfnerr. Wa can tara yta meaay.
CENACOLO GIVES FIRST
IMPORTANT CONCERT-BALL
Organliatlen of Itale-Amerlcana
Holds Succetaful Affair
The Cenacole Leonanle (In Vinci, nn
crtulzatlen composed of the most In-
tfllMtUal plpnmnt n( thn nl,Un.
Philadelphia of Itnllnn bleed, gave llif
am annual rencrn ami unnce last five
stag at Lu Lu Temple before n large
ndlfnce. The effnir wus given for
(be benefit of the. fnrmni. uirul,.i mnn
I Italian birth, many of whom w ere
pmfni in me unuerra or the Italian
Army.
Tha concert n-n Viemin ullli !,..
nt the former hervlre men, under the
Mderahlp of Antonlne Scarduzie, and
tniy sang with much cnthuslnsm nn,i
tOXIi xPl$ le'st? fcP'esentwl the
MM of the Italian singers of the citv
wme very excellent singing was
was and some splendid voices revealed.
SLL AerS Mm1- ?Ivi.rH Cavalleri,
m2 A' "onceni, who has n remark-
... wie tojce nna excellent control of
kV. J,iniet.Ift ?(,, tPn.eri Antonlne
warautie, bnritene. who scored a
JESuS". wl,h hls 800', veip "nd
tK"'11.' .ftaE' .presence and person-
.iff.; ."""V l,u.iwV nn. accomplished
Jllljt who phyed the Pepper Hi,,,.
'Lwd a geed tone, nml Henjn-
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you need a reefer.
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asphalt reef that you can keep in condition
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1632
Luxurious
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Fer ever half a century
Dougherty's have been recog
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in quality bedding by the most
distinguished clientle. in this
and ether great cities, who
have found our Bex Springs
and Hair. Mattresses te
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Luxurious Het Sprlnc. ntllatilt
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CHESTNUT STREET tamps aa Narser, Farnltute.
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OO CHESTNUT STREET
FOR SATURDAY
A Greup of Specially Provided Values
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Each Department Presenting Opportunities for Saving
en Regular Blum Stere Quality Merchandise
New Fur-Trimmed Coats
SPECIALLY PRICED TOMORROW
75-00 and 99 50
Regular 99.50 te 139.50 Values
Regular 25.00 te 49.50
Utility Coats
19J5
Smartly swagger Coats, tailored
after English patterns, in all-wool Sports
fabrics, some silk lined; ethers plaid
back with half lining; checks, plaids
and Polaire cloths.
Reductions en All
2&3 Piece Suits
Plain and Fur-Trimmed
2500 3950
5g.5e 69.se
Fermer Prices 49.50 te 99.50
The Daintiest, Most
Desirable Frecks
in All Philadelphia
Specially Priced Tomorrow
35- 39 50 45
Charming models for every occasion
in all the lovely new materials and
colorings.
A Special" Sale
en the
Dress Balcony
Reproductions of high - cost
models featuring the latest in
novations in materials and colors.
Originally Priced 25.00 and 2930
I8.00
Special Introductory Values
in Our New Hosiery Section
Real Chiffen All-Silk Hese
In the newer shades that Paris is wear
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silver, brown, chestnut and ethers, includ
ing black. Full fashioned, sizes 8j te
10.
Special jj5
Pure Thread Silk Hese
In black, gun-metal and all wanted
shoe shades; full fashioned, double sole,
high spliced heel and double garter tops.
Special J5
Silk & Weel Ribbed Spert
Hese
Silk and wool woven in the latest
shades; a wonderful special in this very
popular type of hose. Sizes 8i5. te 10.
Regular 2.00 Quality'
Special 165
Ribbed Silk Spert Hese
The smartest sport stocking; in grev,
caramel, black, cordovan, tan and Russia
calf. Regular 2.50 Quality
Special 195
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