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UNrvNUWN bULUItK 'tftiU
Ne Werd Spoken as Harding
Places Wreath at Arling-
CEREMONY IS IMPRESSIVE
By Asserlntril 'rrsi
' Washington, Nev. 11. America's
tribute te itt Unknown Soldier wii"
pnlcl thrniigli PrifldiMit HiikIIiik tedn.
with a simplicity HtrlUhiKl.v nt vnrliwicc
with the pplvtiillil littuil of lioners thut
BBrkcU lila homeeoinliin n enr iire. (
Today r!tiri mis tin .teUcn word te tlt
tchecx el tbc Miteiini I'li'uriN mid c'
preMieni if hijrli rcnlvi n -j-cnr ncn
that nt II .rtmt HiiRcr iiinlil tlic innrlilc
irchen' u'ArlttiRten Mcinerlnt Ainplil
tbentre, A distant tlnuldltic of snliitf tir ciiii ciiii
Hen. the rinC'irf iIhhI henfs en tlie linrit
readwny, a low cumnmiid, a Ftlllcd
ielrern ,1,e " ,,,m" "ml
On the tcrraoe facine ,l.,un ever the
hmw.Hlirended rler a thin line of
eldier was drawn tip. Only it few
hundred persons attended the (eretneuy.
'I'woMjere lUiy Scouts trudised ever from
Ah the President passed through Pert
Slyer en his way te the lemeterv, n
nlute of tent, -one kiiiis win tired.
The troopers turned aside te sit with
alters at present as tlie I'resiiient car
lelleil en toward the terrace. President
Hanllnc and Secretary Weeks and
I)enby steed with heads bared as the
soldiers and sailors and marines pre
rented arms, llehlml them were the
President's military aides resplendent
In full military dress. Majer (Jeneral
TIarberd, as General Pershing's deputy,
also was prcent.
The President took a great wreath of
red and white mid blue blossoms,
brought from the White Meuse, and et
It against the tomb, lie then drew
back slowly, raised his band In military
lalute and he turned away.
Ne word had been spoken save the
military command. Mr. Harding and
his Cabinet members steed In low-toned
talk as they waited for the cars. Then
tvlth n final salute from the troops they
Tolled away, and the dying clatter of
the cavalry escort left the spectators te
drift slowly homeward, and the tin
known te the keeping of the peaceful
hills about him.
On Armistice Day
Centlnunl from Vatt One
ternntlennl League for Pence and Free
dom celebrated with a peace dem
onstration in several part of the city.
There were exhibits portraying the
horrors of wnr in the depart
steres: there were motion tilctun
in the theatres depicting the sorrow nnj
savagery of the Intp world conflict, and
this evening Frederick Mbby, head of
the National Council for Disarmament,
will broadcast from the Strawbridge &
Clothier radio n plea for universal
Te Sound Picas for Peare
m, w . i
The Ieague for .Peace nnd .! reedem
conducted n speaking cnmiinign, be-
ginning nt noun, In half a dozen parts
of the city. Speakers were assigned te
go In groups of three te tae urietis
points In nutnmebik's. Among the
speakers who volunteered were Mr.
Llbby. Dr, William I. Hull and Dr.
Jesse Helmes, f Swnrthmere; Jeseph
Merris, head of the Fellowship of Hee-
oncmatlen; tlie Hev. iir. 1- rederlck , tieti.il League of Masonic Clubs, will
C.rlffln, of the t nitarian ( hurch : An- ,n. the cornerstone of its new club
custus Cadwallader. .Allss Janet Payne ,,,; j Highland Park. Delaware
rtKW, ii. i mimr .'tmim,, wi iiiv 1.1111-
tiicii r iiuiiiiu , iit- f, until" i4
Shelton, J. Iteuntrcc Gillet. of Hng
loud, n representative of the llrlt
Fiicnds; Hurry Ferris, of Gennnntew
TTnrnl.l Wntinn Mltw tf.itli l',ir,u
Henry Clese and Leslie 1-rnzler. of Ilav-
crieru teuege. iiie spensers cairicu
American U.1C 111 llieir IHItiimelllesnn.
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war was feusht te end war; make peace pictures will be taken of the ceremonies.
permanent." , The William P. Reche Pest. Ann n-
Xoentlmo observance of Armi'thc I can Legien, will entertain the corn
Pay wus a luncheon at the City Club, i munity this evening in titeenw.iv Hall.
Colonel IMwnrd Carpenter, chief of , Flfty-dth street nnd Woodland nve
ttaff of the Seventy-ninth Division, wits nue. There will be an enteitiiinment,
the principal speaker. His topic wns ! refreshments nnd dancing.
"The Army After the Armistice." A memorial was dedicated nt 2
At neon Straw-bridge & CUethier's ' o'clock this afternoon in CewV Cieel:
held brief exercises nt the Straw bridse Turk, nt Fifty-ninth street and WU
& Clothier Memerial Tablet, in honor lows avenue, te .lesiyih A. Miuphj. n
of the soldiers who served in the World path gunrd who died in Frame.
War. At 1- o'clock business was sus- I'aptain Hayes A. Duman, com cem
pended for five minutes. Isaac II. I i minded of the guards, u.is prc'iit
Clothier. Jr.. paid tribute te the mem- (with every guard who could be fieed
try of the bejs who made the supreme trem ntlier duty. War mothers and
sacrifice. Mrs. i,,.titi.i Ilun-ickfr. one i ,mericnii Legien men parth ipitd. 1',.
of the firms war mothers, pliued'-r. Stetesburv presided at the dulim
wreaths upon the tabb-t. hi memory i linn n(i. et.r members of the l'.uk
?.r.,.V.leulc,?i,nt .Vnn 1'"". Lieutenant
William BesM Kuen. Abr.im K. Street
David .T. Norn's and Herman A. Hlties,
members of the store's families who
lest their lives, A chorus of men sang
"Lend, Kindly Light."
One of the most elaborate Armistice
Day celebrations was that by Housten
Pest, of the American Legien. Tins
morning at 10:15 o'clock the pest
assembled in front of Housten Heuse,
with a large number of the men l'i
uniform. There was a parade thinugli
(ermantewn ever Chelten incline te
freene street, tlves north te ernun
I'ark. where a short service was ion-
iliictnl by the pest chaplain. Then
the party marched north en (lieenc
ftreet te Harvey, east te (ierniantewn
avenue, south te Mniil.eim. west te
tireene street and north again te find-
ten licnue und te Housten Heuse. Ifiii'.
Ing the afternoon members of the pest
acted ns hosts te the cltiens of Oir-
mantewn. In the evening there will be
n Rtioscriptien aruiisti,.,. dance in' tin-
rit,n, .i.....i.it.. m..i. i
lnne nnd'Tiiilen ,tr. ' '
Timrn .,,u ii ."
of the celebrations. A large niiin- cmancip.itien of i hildivn should net go
eer of feimer service men wcie en-i with it. In modem homes it is often
tertfiined at tea this afternoon by I the child who runs the home."
the Women s Overseas Serv be League. ! Me-t peisens, he snid. have gotten
. i1 J. WI.'SJ.", ""' Jamie's roeinsinwuv Irem the idea that "liekln' and
t 1 t-nuth Llghteeuth street. I I'nrnin' " go together and wrongly be-
Hener Unknown .Soldier ll,,v0 ,1"re ih !l r"'1' ,'01"1 "' Iiwl-
Ten mothers of soldier dead went' Fmpleves of the Philadelphia agency
te Washlngven today te place a wreath I of the Guardian Life Iiistirane Coin Coin
en the tomb of the I nknewn Soldier puny off Ameiliii observed Ainilsticn
b iii ii iiiiiiLiu ii:i 1 1 1- in in .1 ii
In Arlington ( emeterv. In the party1
were Mrs. Albert licrkeuitz. Mrs.
Caleb Jacksen, Mrs. Florence Willis.
Sirs. Margaret Cerbln, Mrs, Mary
fitnnten, Mn-. Blln Brulil, Mrs. Blb.n
beth Conley, Mis. Sephia Bauer. Mrs.
M, Morgan. Mrs. B, Germscbid nnd
Wrs. Mery Newell.
, Members of the .ll.'th Infantry Asso
ciation went te Washington this morn
ing te place u huge Meral Lerraine
creM, five feet long and made of white
flowers en a field of blue, en the grave
of the Unknown Soldier. The men of
I the Hintli belonged te the same regi
ment of the Seventy-ninth Division, in
which It Is believed the Unknown Sol Sel
filer fought and died, Theodere Resen,
president, and Majer Francis' V. Lloyd,
Ice president of the Infantry Associa
tion, headed the delegation.
An Important celebration this after
' 1MB was held at the Ilenrv W. Liivvten
Scheel, Wlsslnenilng, under iiie aus
tm tne Wisslneminf Improvement
&&,mWmm' "-jncn Beia sisfs gu,
, "" C. Stephens will make the pre.
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school. The Hev. Themas lliihett-
.lelies will make a speech, followed by
ii roll call and dedication by Mi- Mil
dred Weiss, of the otelith crude. State
Senater Dai will make an address, and
lifter the Milute te the lliu by the
f1itlilfnn mwl tint (Jntrtm lit' tint Still'
Ciiiiiiiflml Itntitwtl tiv nil lntltiM .T .1.
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Scatilen wll pioneiince the Deneiiiciien
. H"' ileillcatien eckiiis at - ocieck
Ne less important is a llag-ralsii
beginning nt 2::!0 o'clock, in Slienu
beginning nt 2::!0 o'clock, in Sherwood
Park. Fifty-sixth street and Ilaltimm
avenue, au.liiged bv the Ilaltlmere
Avenue lluslness Men's Association.
The Hev. William M. Curry will pro
nounce the Invocation, followed b a
speech by Councilman llureb, nnster
of ceremonies, who will L Intiednied
by llnny T. Ferbes. The oilier speak
ers will be Harry A. Mackey, Geerge
A. Welsh, Congre'smnn-elect from
West Philadelphia. The new ting will
be raised by William l!iddi-eii, super
intendent of the park, and initialed by
:Iiss Phyllis K. Feibes.
Veterans te Kc Present
Numerous organizations will partici
pate in the fl.au-raising, among them
the G. A. il.. the Sens of Vtteran,
the Spanish War Veterans, members
of the Feielgt: region, the Patriot!"'
Order Sens of America : the Ked Men.
the Hey Scouts, the Angera Improve
ment Association iiml the school dill
dreii from the llnrrlty-Lee Scheel.
Civic, fraternal nnd military organ ergan organ
batiens paraded in I.ansdewne te
the memorial monument, where exer
cises were ' beld. .Congressman lliit
ler, of West Chester, made the
principal address. In thecvening the
Albert Clinten Wundeilleh Pest will
cive a dinner at tin Lansdowne Celin-
! rv Club.
Majer General William G. Price, Jr..
commander of the Pennsylvania Na
tional Guard, will participate in public
school exercises tonight In the Ken
sington High Scheel for Girls.
Colonial Dames, Daughters of the
American devolution nnd nearly a
score ether patriotic organisatiens will
take part in a religious eberviine nt
.4 tnnil1. It.!.-, ..?... .,.... J.. ,1... l-,,t
-x u I iiirn iiil-. Hi HI IIUKII 111 lit,' I, I'.--
. , itP.i'tlti11,1irni f f. Mere, at
, Uread and Seuth streets. William T.
'T-llis. of Swnrthmere. will be the piln
cipal spenker. The sen ices will be
under the direction of the Kev. Charles
I Wjatt Ui.spham, the vicar.
, Masens Lay Cornerstone
At -1 o'clock this afternoon the White
Atiren Club, affiliated with the Nn-
n tne presence ei prominent
officials from this city an I
Clubs, will be the chief speaker
I '1 lCre W'i DC n narailC lireceillllg t I1C
netiicaueii, in which iciircs.iuuinc- ..i
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cnurcnes, i.e.v ficuui- unu m-uiu.
mm'nntiM nnftlcln.ltp. MevltlL'
Commission were presnt. Jehn 1
Patterson made the presentation niter
an opening prnjer bj Fnthtr .fes ph
Wolfe, tin burning fhapiaiu et tin
1011th Infantry, iji whuli the p.ul;
guiiid servi'd. l,ijer Themas Mai tin.
si crctim et the Park Cniumissien, will
bi master of eeremenles. and Mi"
liittv Trulliugir will iinwll the me
inurlal. Sivartlunnre Ohscnanie
William Dudley Fetilke of Rii hmeuil.
Iieke tn the stiitlints nt Swnith-
College at their Annlsticc It.iy
Mr. Feiill.e, author, editor and former
munbtr of flu Fnlted Statis Chil Seiv
be Coinmtslen lentrinted picsi nt-day
umilitietis with thee in the Reiiinii
I-mpni' when that pe'cr began sinking
'''"" '"" ,h,l! factors in the present
crisis, he said, are the ilinntigr.itien of
'llml'v "f" and the increase n, divorce.
Anether evil, be belli ves ,i tin growing
nsM'rtiveness of chlldien in the home.
"While the. eliiain ipatieti of women
wns ii geed thing. si,i M,.. I eiilke,
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Dav nt II o'clock in the company s
hendillinrteis ill tlie
in the i'ennsvlvanlu
Building by unveiling nn embroidered
silk nag mounted In a mahogany shud-ovv-bex.
Presentation was mnde by
K. ,T. Berlet.
La Itnbldn Council of tbe'Kulijhts of
Columbus will held its annual Frolic
this evening in the Ivety Roem, K. of
C. Hall, Thirt -eighth and Market
streets. Mini service and former serv
ice men i''e expi-cted, Mimv clubs nnd
societies will join the council In the
Frolic nnd prizes will be awarded the
most popular of the Ladies, of La
Anether K. of C, celebration will be
n bannuct at the Hetel Adelphln of
the overseas secretaries of the
"Ceseys." They will meet at the
I'hilepntrlan Club, imuih te a theatre,
where they will attend the performance,
and then go te the' Adelphiu for their
Tts most Dretentleus of all the cere-
SMlts of tae day was the dedlct-
rih;aaii nib-m imxMzsmmimmmim. mimmM
n JMiiMi jtujdijIU
TROPHY AT WISSINOMING
ir ' jflf;',.VArt-
Fhe-iiirh Held gun glu-n by (be
War Department, which will be
dedicated nt the Law ten .Scheel.
William Weiss will read the dedi
cation of the war trophy
List of Chief Events
Fer Armistice Day
10 A. M. Parade Housten Pest,
Noen Luncheon, City Club.
Noen Street demonstration,
League for Peace find. Freedom.
1:1," P. M. Dedication new
'2 P. M. Dedication of siege gun,
Law ten Scheel, Wissineiuitig.
H:;!0 P. M. Flag raising, Sher
1 P. M. Cornerstone lnylns,
White Apron Club, Highland Park.
1 P. M. Religious Mi-wee, Epis
7 P. M. K. of C. oversea secre
taries meet at Pliilepatii.iu Club.
J P. M. La ltabiil.1 Council
Tielic" at K. of C. Hall.
f P. M Cemmunit) entertain
ment. William P. K(.l!il Pest,
S P. M Celebration Kensington
Girls' High Scheul.
lien of the ginit new rraukfeid Me Me
merlnl and Stadium en Ceinmunll
I'leld. Kianl.ferd. '1 Ills was tire-
n!,'i,,1?' V''Vi'".-'' l'i" Ti;!.''!ic,ll'1
Illsh ftchoel at 11 :l,i A. .M. 1 lie tleiti-
c anon I'Oemeiib'
:au .it l :! " c
pavts nf the
Clti.ens f i em
wn an wniRiIi w,e W(,n, ,n ,.,.
' rn,,,,,,... ki.fvii'e dm ltf f !,. W llf. Tl
names of all nie insj-rieeii en mou.e
raiuets, ines,. m, men uuiihtu huh
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rn,n M.mrn. mcmlierS llf lis
Cabinet, city Council and men nnd
women prominently nieiiiiueu in i)
nITairs were among the invited
guetN. At 1 :" o'cletk inembeis of
the nrimis Legien pests, headed by
the Frankford Band ami the Vetei.uis
nt jeieign nrs wjui i.eir hmju-
icktt Band, began their mulch e
he stadium. Ttie I'hibulelnhia I .Ule..
land entertained these assembled at
the field for half nn hour puer ti t !
Mayer Mecrc Speaks
The Rev. Jehn B. Laird, pastor of
the Frankford l'reshj terian Church,
pii'sentcd the .stadium te t In cit. after
which the memorial building was un
veiled bv Miss Virginia . i Mi or
Moete accepted It en belialf of the dav.
'la,l Frntiklin H'elbr tnen mude nn
nildriss en ueiiiui or ine i'vtiim hhu.
The oration of the da.v was bv .leliu II
Small, nf North Caiellmi. ptesiil.V et
the National Rivers and Hubei. t'on t'en
gress. The exeieies e.eil wltli tie sn;
ing of the National Authun b,v tli"
audience und a massed drill and Mus
ing en the Ciiiiiniuiilty Field bv 'jnuO
pupils of the Fi.iukferd Ilih Scheel.
The menieiial was planned ,j i',n,i
F. Cret nnd will rest about SiKl.liDll,
including the value of the gieunu.
The site for the stadium, cove ring nn
entire city blefk, flouting en Wal.clm-',
Large, Rutland and J.w' s'luis, anil
containing neatly four acrc, v-as se.
cured threugli a fenunittee iipn seat
ing the Intheis' Atseciiti'ii nt the
Frankford High Scheel, hraded hy C.
Twenty-four putielmeii of the I'lnnk-
ford station tned unsuicis.'nll; teduv
ltn Cl,t leilM
t aliseni e iei the dav se
attend the Fiauki'eid
memorial didluitUn this afiuuneu m
The men nie veterans of the Weihl
War. and their names are among tin
many llisciibed en the blene t.llili'ts
of the meiimrliil. Thr mnimiuidi r,
Lieutenant .Mdiieger, approve . their
npplii utieii, but Cnptuiu MeFden nnd
Siipeiiiitendent ortelyeu s.ild it would
be impossible te let them gi, ns Flunk-
ford had net sufhilcnt nun In the st.i-
tlotiheuso tn handle tlie clouds at the
...PHs(.s this afternoon.
rriir milnnrlnt tn tin, i,m,i nml .......nn
..v ... ... .... ..ii,. .nil, iuniill '
who sei veil ill the Weild War Is placed I
en the Wakelillg stieet front nf the Held.
forming the inch te the main entrance,
It is liuilt of Tennc .se,. miuble. Iilght ' Washington, Nev. 11. America's
bronze tablets leniniiilug the '(i(i attitude toward the rest of the world
mimes, foil -two nt which arc maiked nnd the Government's position with
with ii star, sigmfving iliat the hearers icspm te the broader aspects of the
gave their livis te their ceuntiy. are ielatlniihip of nations form the theme
placed lu panels en either side of the of President HnrdltiK'H message te the
archway. , country. Tin messnge follews:
Kensington Celebrates ,"'llhe 11(WIS,18J entliuslnsm with
Ti..;.i..niu ,f T.-,..i.,. mi . i 'wblili our peep n join In the annual
n..rt i .,.. , u A w '," 'V10 i el.servii tie e of mi stice Day enforces
X! , ! ,i ?""" ,0 ,' ''"'"liislen that it Is destined te
!tl ?ir rV'J, ii r ,h "'" "''"'"''"i''0 he one of the notable anniversaries In
l!f.I.l t .lI-C?,.?.:.--..- l"i' 0,if s"11!1 ,M". """ "'l"','l". '"' indeed It well de-
'" ' j1:" "-,'' ''"i"1 f.(,r f'Tvcs te be nil u( tflat, for it marks
'rri' ,r . "' . "l"1V','l"ml Ut,,,'t',H' "'" ictoueiis ('1111111111111011 of our
J lie unnli Is under he iiusplccH of Natien's most impressive participation
.lV'lini(,'iJ,';st't0' ,-1l'',.h Ptain in the ..(Talis of tlie world.
aHi-i ,?t,en thc real bluiiitlcance of i te m:iku our observance of this nnnl
n8, .Stwfc. in v .3 j wsary, net only this year but every
The fatberlntt will be presided, em I year hereafter, occasion for ap-
nti' Tmrr .tMithmi tftftfWTK jr-i '
uj2j.uujc4.ei ra.LUAiJmura.i.A raAxu,iVf-M
by the llcv. Wllllnm Harrow Pugh, pas
tor of the ltencen l'rcsbyterlan Church.
Cumberland and Kast Cedar streets.
Mr. Puglt Is chaplain of Kensington
Pest nnd.durlnir the wnr row net-vice
with the lOflth Field Artillery, Twenty-
The hpeitkciH will be W. Frcelnnd
Kendriek, Majer General W. O. Price,
Jr., commander Pciuisv van ia National
Guard; franklin Spencer Kdmends nnd
Ilenty P. Miller, Allen Property Cus
todian. LAJVSDOWNE AND
, , ...
I.nnsdewii( celebrated Annlsticc Day
with a community celebration.
Irttial y every civic nnd ntlier or.
I gnul.itiens of the borough turned out
for the parade which preceded the exer -
cists nt the Memerial, Monument en the
public school grounds nnd Congress
man Themas S. Hutler, from Wi-st
Chester, was the principal speaker.
Tiie parade wns headed bv Albeit
I Clln'en Wunderllch Pest. Ne. 0.,
I American Legien, followed by mem
heis of the pest nuxiliary, the lied
1 1 ress,
Twentieth Century Club, Lnns-
i .-p. Vem,"lni': . De I,n Snlli
Council, Knights of Columbus, I'nien!
A. A,, LansdeWIIO Itenilbllcnn rlnb.
LaiiMlewne Hey Scouts, school children
This evening members of Wunder
'icli Pest will held their own celebra
tion in the Lnnsdowhe Country Club.
Aimlsticu Day was celebrated In
.Media with a flag-raising in front or
the home of Clayten T. Smith Pest.
Amcilcmi Legien. Frent nnd Orange
meets, followed by "the dedication of
the pest's new home.
Fred Tayler Pusey, of Limn, was tlie '
tpcaker at Itetli exercises. The home
vas turned ever te the pest by Paul L.
Cl.uk, chairman of the Heuse Commit -tc,
and it wus nccepttsl en behalf of
the pest by Stanley Hlbberd. coin-
TL etv n- JZinL!t
man of the women's ntivillnry, serve 1
a hincheeii te the Legien men.
This evening there will be a pnrne
te the armory in which members of
fhlc and fraternal organizations ami
i lajten T. Kmltli will take pint. Hen
j;""!t" nn"i''nW i"f l,,,at,,,l,i"1 wi,jlily" gained cntrnncc te ,the room of
s.lennioI)iSedI;:rsvlll fcSh'"' " 8tcts0' " ,f
Mv. Albert Hatch Yiirnall williiicnry Metson, 01 tins city, ami mingii-
sin::. ( aptain Ilebert C. .Touch will
HER HEROES OF THE WAR
Dlcates Memerial Lake and Stages
Parade of 5000
I'lcturcsrpje ceremenies Miried with
win like deinonstiatlens maiked the
dedication of a thirty-aero lake at
Wuodstewn, X. .1,, in honor of her sons
who fought in the World War.
Iolleuing the parade, in which mlli-
tar frateinal, ivllgleus ami business
organizations of Woodstown and near
r ..l.,.,. .,nrtl,,ilmtl,,I the dedie-ilitrv
UJ P" ' IM111I ip.lUd, lie I ClllCllerj
p..l etnim in. lira ln.lil liv tlm lI.Ia nf I In.
new stieam, which will be called Me-1
merini i.iikc. i
Mere than ."OOO residents marched
in the parade, which formed en Main
btreet lit 2, o'clock. ,
xiie paralle was led by Xew Jersey
Mate troopers, followed by Heward
Kcisley, who 1, the county engineer;
the fity Council and Mayer Humphreys,
following en horseback were Miss
Vcllitt Husted as "Miss Celtimbln" and
.Mi-s Flln Snellmker ns "Jean of Arc."
Myrtle B.illinger, n henlei- of the
Woodstown High Scheel, wns "Miss
Woodstown," nnd Miss Alice Bobbins,
was ".Miss Pilesgrevc."
The Rev. F. L. .Tcwett presided
at ihe ceremonies and Warren r. Loens,
an ev-army chaplain,
baplaln, wen one of
'Ihe Rev. h. J. Travcrs
made tlie opening prayer.
HerislMwurds, two years old, whose
father, Ravmeud, fought In the army,
will unveil the tablet, which is set in
the wall of the lakeside.
PERSHIJVG SEES PERIL
ALWAYS FACING U. S.
New Yerk. Nev. 11. (By A. P.)
Development-, sime the Turkish vie vie
teij ever the Creeks have Indicated the
danger which America runs of becoming
involved in the "tangled meshes of the
racial, lelL'inus nnd political situa
tion" in the Near Fast, General Per
shing said today in nn Armistice Day
nddit-s iiefeie tint National Civic Fed
eration. "The Weild War," he added,
"taught us that we cannot regard with
ludiffcicjiic tlie gathering of war ileuds
in these icgiens of tlie world in which
we de net nppenr tg be directly In
terested. It is mi time te abandon our
put pose te take reasonnble precaution
ter the fiitme."
General Pershing declared thnt
America could bu nssured against in
volvement in the btrlfu abroad only
"thieugli u clear conscieusiiebs of our
own pait or our own national nims,
nnd thieugli strung and courageous
leadership." He warned of foreign
I r A A'X'nr1 ATntn nnnTTt
Ultl t tX 'It VJ1U Tf xMm
CALL, SAYS HARDING
pralml of our relationship te and
participation in theso wider concerns
which invnlvp the welfare of all man
kind. I think we hnve come te rcalice,
as n Natien, that wu cannot hote te
avoid obligation nnd responsibilities,
often nrdiieits nnd btirdrnnemc, as part
if the price we must pnv for our for
tunate relationship te the confratern
ity of the nations.
"It will be greatly te the national
benefit, I mil sure, if these who most
intimately participate in the events of
the great world, nnd among them I, of
course, include particularly the men of
the overseas forces, shall always keep
In mind the fact that their noble serv
ice te their country 'and civilisatien
has imposed upon tis n duty te recog
nize that henceforward we must main
tain a helpful nnd sustaining attitude
In nil the broader relationships that In
volve the nations. ,
"Our lirst duty will, indeed, be te
our own, but that duty cannot be nde
ltiutcly discharged In narrowness and
selfishness. That we may be guided f"
a just judgment of the time nnd occa
sion for further nroef of our Interest In
i the common cause of humnnity, nnd In
cheesing the methods whereby te dis
charge the obligation thus created, will
I be, I nm sure, a fitting prayer for thi
I armistice anniversary."
I FRENCH WILL UNVEIL
, PEACE SHAFT TODAY
Paris, Nev. 11. The most striking
! comment en today's Armistice Day eclc-
hrntlen Is thnt the dedication of a
'simple monument te the close of the
, World Wnr In tlip Ferest of Cemplcgne
marks the spot where pence was signed
net a spot consecrated uy name or
That fact Is contrasted te the cele
bration which the Germans held after
I.S70 at Sedan, where n battlefield was
iiesen. .The monument nt Cemplcgne
1 is only n smnll slob between the rail-
I America will be represented tnreugn
the embassy. The formalities nre net
t be elaborate, though Paris already
, is in n spirit of carnival.
' qcI ftlllM PAVC TDIRIITP
1 DtLUIUWI rATd I HIBU 1 1
TO UNKNOWN WAR UtAU
Royalty Participates In Impressive
Armistice Day Ceremony
Hiiisscls, Nev. 11. (Hy A. P.)
ni'teium'H unknown soldier was vn-
t.itnliitil tnilm tvltlt tftinnuitvn pure
,,,eny. The body was selected by a
blind veteran from five unidentified wni
Kln Allmrt nml rimn-ti Prlnen T.ee
' pehl were nt the station when the
fiinernl train nrrivcil from Jfruges aim
steed nt rigid Milute ns the iliig-cevcred
ceiim was ureugnt out. ion uisnnivu
soldiers, five of whom had lest their
light nrms and ethers their left, placed
the casket upon .n gun carriage and
the precession started for Parliament
Square In impressive silence.
(Jneen Kllznbetli, l'rtnccss riinrieue
(aMliiinl Merclrr nml .the foreign Am-
bailers occupied scats in the seunrc
where the tomb had been prepared. King
Albert spoke briefly, recalling Itelgium's
pi rt in the wnr which the unknown
"HUMAN FLY" WHO ENTERED
STETSON APARTMENT HELD
Hetel Thief Has Police Recerd and
Noted for Ingenuity In Escaping
It developed today that a "human
ter-in-liuv of the late Jehn B. Stetson,
h.at manufacturer, in the fourth fleer of
the Waldorf Hetel, In Xcw Yerk yes
terday. The man reached the room of Mrs.
Stetson In auest of her jewels by climb-
ling along the tire escape four stories
J iiem tlf uJKv. "JBh ller window
i(ind into the bedroom. i
The man wns ideiitlfied as (ieergcl
Waldorf and there ldentilied ns lieerge
McCraig, an Knglishman, who was
born lu Australia, and has had several
encounters with the police.
His ingenuity in making escapes and
his ability in climbing up and down
walls and fire-escapes with surprising
agility, has earned him the nickname
among the police ns the "Human Fly."
' lie was neui ill wu, Ullll ler II
bearing en Monday.
DIVORCED ACTOR TO MARRY
DIVORCED "FOLLIES" GIRL
"Just Married" Star Will Wed
"Medel Chorus" Member
New Yerk, Nev. 11. Woodsen Lynn
Overman, star of "Just Married," ob
tained a license yesterday te wed Miss
I'mily Drnnge, "the model chorus
girl" of the Ziegfcld Follies.
0eimnn. who gave his home ns the
Lambs Club and his birthplace Morys Merys
vllle. Me., was dlvnrcid from Sylvia
A. Overman in' Chicago en November
II. lli'JO. Miss Drange was divorced
from jirg0 Llebermnn in Providence,
. u L September 24, 100.
t v,n.i,f. 11121. Mrs. Shinnln Sni
sm,,i i,,.- husband. Jehn W. Steel.
IZk-sfelU tenor, for sepaiatien. She
mentioned Miss Emily Drange nml Olive
augliu us two of the women with
whom her husband was "unite tee
Miss Drange sam nt tne time:
"I am shocked by Mrs. Steel's
charges. There wns net tnu slightest
excuse te meiitlenmy name."
Jehn Steel declared :
"Certnlnly I have known Miss
Drange and Miss Vaughn, but only in
the most casunl way. Why did m.v wife
have te drag In the nanus of Olive
Vaughn and Emily DrangeV"
LEAVES 3 VICTIMS IN ROAD
Motorist Runs Down Girls and
Brether Near Trenten
Trenten, Nev, 11. After riinnltu?
down and injuring three pcisims about
te beard a trolley car en the rend be
tween this city and Pennington Inst
night, the driver of nn unidentified uu uu uu
tomebllii left his victims in the read
while he speeded away.
The injured nre Miss Clnin Strkcr,
twenty-six years old, a trained nurse:
her sister Ruth, sixteen years old, nnd
her brother Oliver, twenty -Ihe years
old, of Fleming-ten, who was visiting
his bisters nt their home near this
city. The elder sister is unconscious
nt Mercer Hospital.
What Are They Saying?
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Military and Civic Parade Are
Feature of Armistice Day
'MISS CHESTER' LEADS BALL
High officers who directed troops In
battle overseas took part In the Armis
tice Day celebration this nfternoen
in Chester, when marines, bluejackets,
overseas veterans nnd fraternal organi
zations paraded '
Addresses were mnde in the Ches
fer Armery, Eighth nnd Bpreul streets,
after the iinrnde by Senater Pepper,
.Tiistlce Schnffer, of the State Supreme
Court; Congressman liutlcr, West
Chester; Mnjer General Smcdley D.
Kutler, of the Marine Cerps: Colonel
K. C. Shannen, who was a brigadier
general overseas, and Majer General
Wniten.' P. Price, head of the Penn
sylvania Nntlennl Guard.
The parade started from Third and
.Teffery streets, Chester, nnd proceeded
te Market street, te Ninth, te Edg Edg
ment, te Elsinerc nnd te the armory.
The guests, marine, sailors, war
veterans, Hey Scouts nnd city officials
were In the first division. In sequence
came fraternal organizations, members
of Negro organizations, fire cempnnlcs
and historical and industrial floats,
licfere assembling for the parade the
Miiler.s and ninrlnes from the navy
yanl here were entnrtnineu nt tne
American T.egleu bendiiuiirters en West
Seventh street. 'Alie guests were en
tertained nt noea In the Chester Club.
A Victory ball wns rudd In tne Ches
ter Armery Inst night, the dancing con
tinuing until the sun chased the stars
away. Anna Mnrlc Ilurke, Vho was
"Miss Chester" in the Atlantic City
pageant this Min.mer, led the grand
march with Carl Petersen, n wnr vet
eran. BELIEF CITY EMPLOYES
WILL NOT LOSE BONUSES
Influential Members of Council Op
posed te Economy 8lash
Ilenuses of city cmpleyct) probably i
will net be reduced next year, in the j
opinion of City Hull officials-. Influ-
ential membcrt of Council feci that n I
i eductien at tills" time would work u i
hardship because rents and the -cost of '
living linve net materially decreased I
since the bentm system wns devised te
meet the. conditions caused by. high I
When Council recently considered the ,
City Treasurer's budget for 11)211, con
taining nn appropriation of $1,000.
I O"" te cover the pnyment of bonuses, no '
i "bjifetieti wns raised te tlm item. 'Hint
is the same amount appropriated for
tne purpose in tills year s midget. i
A' bitter fight en appropriations for
street cleaning nnd garbage removal Is
expected when Ceiincil takes up the
budget of the Public Works Depart-1
laent Monthly. I
Although Mnver Moere maintains
thnt n million dollars was saved last '
year by the city cleaning Its own streets
and removing garbage, Instead of pb'c- '
Ing centrncts for this wetk. it Is ev-
peeled that organization leaders will
attempt te show that the experiment
linn linnn n fniliiHt' .! Im.. t.n ... !
nr sm-l-u ft AMiiutu uiui iiiia ufuu niuru
restly te the Inxpayers than when the
work wns done Uy contrnetets.
PAULSBORO GREETS GOAT
Oamen Returns Prem Ledge Tour
te Celebrate Armistice Day
In the last two years cities nnd
towns of two States have had Pauls Pauls Pauls
bere's goet, but today. In connection
with the armistice celebration, Pnuls Pnuls Pnuls
hore celebrates the fact that the goat
ii again munching strictly local tin
Damen, ns the goat lias been named
significantly by tlie Knights of P.v thins,
who nre bis fefter fathers, made his
official re-entry te his old friends in
Paulsboro In the Armistice Day parade
Back in 1020 Damen thrust him un
expectedly into the inner portals of the
nicotine room of Welcome Ledge, Ne.
7'l. He cfine nnd he saw and there
was nothing left te de but sign him up
in the order. Thereafter ledges ever all
New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania
clamored for Damen te visit them, und
in the Inst two years h hns paid i)s
respects te eighty ledges.
Liners Carry Many Phlladelphians j
MDreaa from New Yerk
Phlladelphians who were booked te
sail today from New Yerk en the White
Star liner Homeric for Cbeibeurg and
Southampton were :
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence R. Hight,
Mrs. Themas T. Watsen, Rebert W
Wlgten, Baren Berni de Wttlletstorff Wttlletsterff
Frbalr. T. J. Desmond. Ted. L. Savage.
Miss Catherine L. Morgan, Jeseph U
Kenworthy nnd Mrs, A. P. Tutum
Mrs. Jehn II Shipley, from this cltv,
snils en the White Star liner Cret'ic
for Mediterranean ports.
The .White Stnr liner Pittsburgh,
with the fel owing Philadelphia in
tlie cabin, sailed from New Yerk yes
terday en .its initial trip in the New
Mrs. S. Wurren Ingersol, Mrs. F J
r minion, iwieju a. running, j; jj
Hamley, B. I. Methven, Max Chris-'
Mail. Miss Elizabeth Keller, Miss Ther
esa Blank, W. H. Allen, Mr, nnd Mrs
Jehn II. Decblcr, N. P. Stedman Mrs"
E. Lehmnn and Alfred E. Duncan "
These from Philadelphia nulling' to te
ilny from New Yerk en the Cunnrd
liner Cnrmnnin for Liverpool and
Mm. J. S. Sewnr.l, Frank Hurley,
Mrs, Jehn II. 'Fey and Rebert A
Till baitl feria'nalble lenrth aVIrta .
spins asalnit the American i wemln eTmI
Ihjy enllMed in cheiflBnt that ceeruVai eSSi
scttr, ,Mlu Cam O'P one. New Parii HV.
5apltulat.1f.ana, Hi. vlcteVj ' rt wltfi
America It tke aeme one like "BemS
fti.e'.J!!. 'L0.,"5"S thlntx
the Alt-SUr Comic Section. Sunday PeslS
tSDOSa. 'Mate It hlt." .4;"
City PathtPt Art Football Quuta
MamhaM 'f Mntrnt. Monre's cabinet,
'.Council members nnd ether city pffl
i .'.ni. m .hi..i tn.tnv nf MurdecK
Kendriek at a luncheon nt flic Mask
and Wig Club, nftcr which the parly
;ittender the Penn-Pltt football game
nt Franklin Field. Mr. Kendriek wne
the Mayer's campaign manager in the
Inst primary election.
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Little Skin Games
That Have Crept Inte
Jehn Freshman arrives at college, with the allow
ance that his doting parents have calculated will cover
his expenses during the year. With his first check book
in his vest pocket, he can leek Morgan Rockefeller in the
face and give him odds.
Less than a month later, in one of these rare
moments of thought that even the most verdant of fresh
men are subject te, he is thunderstricken at the minute
balance remaining of that colossal sum that "Dad" gave
him the day he left home.
He hasn't wasted it en riotous living, unless an ever
addiction te ice-cream sodas and sweet-chocolate bars
can be termed riotous where did. it go?
One who knows has written entertainingly of the
"ponies" he buys but can never ride ; the room decora
tions, sometimes including wall paper, for which he pays
the previous occupant of the dormitory cubicle, the
"complete course of freshman lectures," which will
enable him te cut all classes, ignorant of the fact that
the "pref" switched the course this term.
Still mere serious, as representing greater delibera
tion of plan, the exclusive rights he buys te sell clothing,
calendars, neckties, socks and various, ether articles te
his fellow classmen, or, still mere alluring in respect te
future riches, the vacation opportunities for which he
pays and pays and pays.
The variations of the college cdh-game are many;
much mere interesting and amusing te the reader than
te the discouraged victim.
Read this entertaining and enlightening article in
"The Ged-Father of Our Baby Forests'
Governer-Elect Glfferd Pinchot, the man who saved thou
sands of acres of finest white pine and hemlock timberland, may
truly be termed the god-father of literally millions of seedlings,
which some day will reforest many of the denjided hillsides of
"In These Days There Were Giants"
Third installment of 'Charles Willis Thompson's series of in
timate pen sketches of "Besses I Have Known." This article
deals with Hanna, Piatt, Quay. Croker and Taggart. . Men
differing widely in their personalities, but all powerful in their
Kemal Pasha. Physician te the
"Sick Man of the East"
Americans knew but little of this commanding figure of the
Near East, one who is causing a great deal of worriment te the
leaders of England, France, Italy and Greece. Leen Pasvelsky,
has written authoritatively of the personality and the purposes of
this Imposing leader, one bound te leave an imprint en the history
of Europe and Asia, if net of the entire world.
"The Girl of a Thousand Proposals"
What prompts a man, whose only acquaintance with a girl
Is the vision he has had of her in makeup across the footlights, te .
propose te the young lady by mail ? That thousands of such men
de exist and are net merely the
is Deme eui ey me uauy man e: -uenDie" urant, a delectable bit
of femininity perferming: in the "Passing Shew" and ether similar ,
Broadway revues. "Bebbie" says she can't understand It can
"When Thieves Fall Out" "Twilight of a Titan"
By Harve Parsons By Burten Kline
"THE IRON BOX"
Twelfth Installment of the Gripping Serial
By Guy Theme
Science Tells Us A PageTby Rene Bache
"Balmy and Grand Opera"
"Het News Frem Oatman, Ariz."
"A 'Leg Up' for the Secial Climber"
"WHAT ARE THEY SAYING ?'
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