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4 OTHERS ARE II
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f ffntlra Family Wiped Out in
Wert Chester When Fumet
?$ METER THIEVES KILL FOUR
Police today lire earchlnc for a
tklef who caused th death of four per
sons when he broke a Ran nine while I
jobbing a slot inetcr. 'inc fiead- wcrei
rilseevered yesterday. Keur ether per-'
4ns were found dead from pas In
Went Phfxter nml tour lire In Pllllmlrl.
fill la heDltalb suffering from the effects
ROB BISHOPS ICEBOX
Plttibureh Burglars Alte Take Hit
Flttburgli, Nev. 13. (By A. !'.)
HurglnrM who stele two boies of Christ
mas money from the home of Illshep
'McConnell, of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, jesterday afternoon, helped
Mnmilvei te feed In the Icebox before
The I IkIiep wni out of the city. Mrs.
McConnell returned home Inte In the
nftcrnoen nml noticing the front deer
was epew, (die went te the home of a
neighbor and telephoned te the police.
A he returned te her home the men
ran out of the hack deer.
The money win te have been distrib
uted te the peer for ChrNtmas.
$1,000,000 OIL FIRE
IN TEXAS FIELDS
FIVE REPUBLICS ACCEPT ,
ARMS SESSION INVITATION
Washington Rscslvss Deltgate'
Names for December Conference
Washington, Ner. 18. (By A. P.)
Formal acceptances from all of the
fire Central American republics invited
Twe Tanks Ablate in Humble ! V Secretary Hughes te participate In
Sector and Others Are
COAL COMPANY ADVERTISES
FOR ADEQUATE PROTECTION
the dead are:
Frank Keegnn, stxtv-fire year old.
of West Chester, find hl brother and
fwe sisters, 'I'hemnx. forty jenri eld:
Alice, thirty-five enn old, nnd Mnrj,
thirty yenr o'e.
Herne Mjtidy fiftr-fivc venrs old
3512 Ri-'bert street. Philadelphia.
I Mrs. Sadie Francis, lty jcarx old.
Fmt fitinther. twenty-one years old,
Theie overcome bv gn- are:
Ernest Huff, sixty jears old. same
t Oactnne de Scen.e. fiftv rnr-i old,
4710 Merlen avenue, and lilt son, Al
bert, eighteen ."tear old.
Andrew Lerraine, twenty-edit rurs
Governer Sproul Asked te Prevent
Confiscation Frem Trucks
Scrantnti. Pa Nev, !. (By A,
j.) The I!uden Ceal Company in n
full page advertisement publHied In
local newspapers today calls upon Gov Gev Gov
rner Sproul te furiiMi ndeqtmte pro
tection In order te preteiit the mulls
e-t'i)ii of coal, such ns ecciim-d at
Oh pliant. In th- hart of t'm con'
legion, n week nse when cltire'i aelrcd
'life inr'e-iils of nuthraeite for M-hoels
I ut d churches,
i no ciu win much iniiT mi- LiMii-
Vu AttecMed Prtss
Houten. Tex., Nev. 13. The most
dKtstreus fire In the twenty-one years'
hltery of the Ciulf Coast oil Melds new
Is raging in the Ilureb'e sector, seven
teen miles northeast of Housten. Three
quarters of a million barrels of oil, ral
ii"l nt S1.0"0.000, new nre burning and
with a stiff wind in the north fully
V! OOO OOO barrels nre endangered,
During the terrific storm yesterday
n belt of H-Mnlng struck tank Ne. '21
of the (Julf Pipe T.lne Company, trans trans
'rtntlen uhsidlnry of the Clulf Oi'
"orperntlon A ce'nmn of flame shot
"''-!ird 200 feet followed by n dense
c'eud of black smoke nnd an explosion
tl'iit shook Humble town site.
Tntik Ne. '-".J cntipht fire this morning
Hid ne'v Is burning Merely. The flames
hrentmi tanks ns. 11 nnd R of the
'itlf Ceiup.iny, nnd the Sun Company
(inks en the opposite side of the read.
There is no means of combating the
ims ercetit te numn the oil from be-
eeth the tanks. Prneticallv n" of the
nnv liml lefiisid te sel1 fuel te tilt
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,n?,;,?:,,,y W,,Bh S,'10,, ,C,U,y' rl"tiZ fire
' -iV, ' l .,. i, ,!, n,u,.i !"H the pump for that tank out e'
M, 3S30 (ermnntewn iim'iiiie. ! ,,,,, . rri,i .i.e i.-nit,irp ..f- V. S. ' onunK-ien and the oil could net be
, Jacob Alexis, tlnrtj. three jenr old. , VMU.iiu- v-nler lee pn-d-it. -int.
ame niiunss ,, . , , ,.,.,11,,,! u,lv i,( 0a
ArtAHal I (V T ,"k 11)11 11 V I lirilTltr 11
.Tenes Patrick, the ileiilh"'
"..liT'V, iH-tiet. of the niMl.nnt .Itl7..,w l' -
Utf itllllllOl IH14II v-v-iak. .-' i' -
Sunday morning, went into the kitchen
oil '.ft... fim l.oMeni. The
llnmes oew nre en the bottom of the
. . x.eie m.'iilen. ( )1)pre wj)h )m rp)vi;n f()r t,( Ne. :;' and rcmennR tome of the oil,
and dropped his shoes in such n manner
as te open the main plp te a gin tmc.
The four Philuilelphiaus nicrmiiip
It (as are Negroes. The le.ik was
reused by a thief, who had tern the
as meter from tne wan nmi stolen
4l.r0. All the occupants were found
dead In their beds.
'm: the coal for churches mid school'
RUNYON PICKED FOR" BENCH
was broken open, the police h.ne been
Unable te find where any window h or
doers had been forced.
but the pump .station is nj far f r .in the
Mning tanks that the salvage is said
1 1 be miall. Tanks Nes. 11 and S also
nre h lng pumped out. It is considered
ikely th.it tank Ne. 21 will bum until
. tomorrow nnd tank Ne. 22 two or three
Frellnghuysen Recommends De- .Pp 'encer. Tank Ne 21 l the largest
feated New Jersey Candidate I earthen oil storage tank iu Texas.
Trenten. Nev. 13. Wl'liam N It'in. j tll,.,rn diata ai- . .-..
Although thn mt'tcr jet., former Senater, defeated forie -' TUWUCn niU I d HI UULUuNC
Harding Declines te Speak In N. Y.
Washington. Nev. 13. (Mv the A.
P.) White Heue efbci.il said tednv
that rresiiieut ii.iruing nmi iiemu mi
erner in Tuesilm's o'ectleti, will be the
.nn' I..I...nl ril,t.. .., Tt,.1 In
III . .-1IV1.II llllll'l. 1 Hill L lllllll ".J
ev .jcrcj ii iircMiu imius live c.irneii
it became known here ycetcrdiv that i
Senater I'relinghll.isi'ti, also defeatej
'I'ui'sd.iv for te-ehetitiii In
Mebs Stene Police In Suburbs of
Berlin. Nev. 13. (By A. P.) A.l
iees from Cologne renert thnf rhifine
i. erner "hleh began Friday in the suburb of
I'.K. nr.lu l,nu r.w.nt.itnni.,1.1.1 I ,i ,,,,.., V- Villi Mri"Ul .TtUr(la.V llllll StltlllflV In
.,,, ,.. i",.ti.!... ite.,it., .,.' ,t, . tlu suburbs of Kuelbelm ami Kli'mn.
il . . ,. ... .1. t..!... iif.i.n .- .',',,. iii..,i i, mi-,, -
cjnnueiv neii.. n.-rr,ii im-.iiwi.il ei, j,,(.t.llpi r'rcllnghuj sen has asked his "" , , ,
Of the New erk Merthants Aswia- fr,.nds nnd the,. of Kuinen te In,.'.v ""JP windows were smashed
tlen te nd.lre.ss its iinnher.ir im-ftuu M,p0rt ,, recommendation. The of- ,""l '''V mob ,en',, the police, shout
next Indnv night in Madisen Spiaie . ,;, . :ns j;7,-,ftrt .c.,r umI Js Urtu.illy a '"B Himgcr. li'ingcr." Numerous nr
Ctrt'n. lifetime position. "","s W('r0 ,"a'I('-
n conference here beginning December
t en land iiiwirraament and belter
American relations have been received
at the State Department. An an
neuncement at the department today
said the following has been selected as
Salvader Dr. Francisce Martinez
Stiarez, president of the Supreme Court
of Justice, and Dr. Hecter David Cas.
tre, former secretary of the rJnlrado rJnlrade
rcan legation here.
Cesta Klca Scner Dr. Den Octavle
Beeche. Minister at Washlncten. nml
.Tee Andreas Coronade, Minister of
Honduras Drs Alberte Ucles.
Carles I.agas, Salvader Cordova and
Kaul Pach Lepez.
Nkarafua Scner Den Emillano
Chamera, NicArnsuan Minister nt
Washington! Adolfe Cardenas, Minis
ter of Flnnnce. nnd Dr. Maxime H.
Xepeda, formerly Minister of Foreign
Guatemala Francisce Bunches La
tour, (Jiiatemalan Minister here, and
Scner Den Marclal Prcm, counseller of
FIVE ADMIT SLAYING 108
Ruttlant Cenfett te Many Murder
for Sake of Robbery
Moscow, Nev. 13. (By A. 1.) Five
men arrested by the Moscow police hail
admitted murdering ION men. .0,llp
and children, their motive being rob
bery. In one instance eighteen persons nt
tending a birthday party were all killed
4aA4lia 6ltllA Alt Anil bA S ill.- M -
""""'" ".""- ?' "-e luiniiy or eight
were murdered and in ether case the
robbers took the lives of four or five
persons nt the same time.
Heads Fire Pett Eligible
Francis Christine, 018 Belgrade
street, a fire-escape inspector, bends
the list of eligible!, announced today by
the Civil Servlce Commission for the
lositlen of Assistant Fire Marshal.
His nerage was higher than a nuin
ler e' ethers who took the examination
RETURNS FOR OPERATION
Left Hospital Last Menth en Re
membering an Appointment ,
Baltimore, Ner. 18. (By A. P.)
Representative Theodere E, Burten, of
Ohie, member of the American Debt
Funding Commission, Is a patient at
Union Memerial Hospital, where l.e
recently was operated en for a slight
affection of the eye.
Ills condition Is net serious, It was
said last night, and be will leave within
a few days.
A month age, Mr. Burten was a pa
tient at Jehns Hepkins Hospital for a
few minutes. He was en the operating
table and Dr. Finney was about te
perform the operation when the Con
gressman, Informed that he would be
confined a week or ten days, remem
bered an engagement in Columbus, O.,
five days later.
Thereupon, he amaxed nurses and
physicians by jumping from the table
nnd luirrjlng te keep his appointment.
He returned for the operation last week.
LODGE HOLDS Q00D LEAD
AS RECOUNTS ARE MADE
Qalns and Leut In MatsaehuMtts
Vete Art Slight
Bosten. Ner. 13.(By A. P.) A
vain nt flve votes for Colonel William
A. Gasten, Democrat, and n less of
eight for Senater Ledge were shown
en n recount of the senatorial vote In
Lynn. The revised figures were: uas uas
ten, 13,012; Ledge, 11,743; Jehn A.
Nlehellw, Prohibition candidate. 3&.
The town of Heading reported Its re
count tedny as showing a gain of one
vote for Gasten and of eight for Ledge,
Fer the Skin
These candlesticks are V high,
heavily silver plated and will
ghc jcars of service, per pair
We have many styles of moderately priced silver
S. Kind & Sens, me chestnut st.
DIAMOND MERCHANTS-JHWIXCnS SILVERSMITHS
with Gasten, 501 ; Ledge, 1608. Nlch
oils received 100 votes.
flnlna nml Inaaaa tnr Gflsten nnd
Ledge, shown In recounts thus far held,
have been slight. Press returns givei
Ledge a lead of 8425 votes.
mm Wenderllft Serrlce. 13 Medels, MJS0 te $180 KT
A Hi JUPU1 Service. 5 Medels, 13J50 te $ 70 Vg
fift B Self-Reducing Service.. . .20 Medels, 14.06 te S 9.00 K
' m W KopServiee 15 Medels, $3.00 te $1240 f
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Ne embarrassing moments at traffic cross
ings when you've Atlantic Gasoline in your
tank. Atlantic is quick. And full-powered.
Beth! It takes the spark and gets you
away from scratch at the drop of the signal.
That's because Atlantic is a balanced gaso
line. Its complete "chain of boiling points"
gives it the volatility for action plus the sta
bility for power.
And performance will prove it! With a
tankful of Atlantic, ride up te a traffic control
and wait for the word. When you let in the
clutchnete the getaway! When you "step
en" the accelerator note the pick-up!
There's no mistaking the gasoline you've
get! Sure-fire ignition, complete combustion,
every possible calorific unit developed into
live, wheel-turning energy that's Atlantic!
"There's an Atlantic Pump en the
read you are traveling"
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Yeu Can be Proud of this StoreNewhere
Else in America Will Yeu Find its Equal
Many Philadelphians knew that within two blocks of Penn Square
is located the world's largest store devoted exclusively te the sale
of fleer coverings.
Neither in New Yerk, Londen nor Paris will veu find se wide a
selection of rugs and carpets.
OHOULD you desire a magnificent
Persian costing thousands of dol
lars or a square of carpet for five dol
lars, in this store you will find a com
plete range from which te cheese.
The entire street fleer is devoted te
Orientals of all types, sizes and prices,
each of which has been personally se
lected by our buyers.
One whole fleer is given ever exclu
sively te Wilten rugs of our own manu
facture, the famous French Wiltens,
Bundhar Wiltens, Hardwick Wiltens
(te mention only a few). Here you
may select almost any pattern or size
you desire. Usually we can furnish
from stock almost any size needed, but
in the rare cases where this is impos
sible, it is an easy matter te put through
a special order te our factory.
PHEN there are carpets a whole
x fleer of them of every type and
price; and rag rugs, mattings, grass
rugs, linoleum a large and complete
assortment of each variety.
And the salesmen each is an expert
who has been trained in practical car
pet and rug manufacture, who has
studied home decoration and can aid
you intelligently in the selection of the
particular rug or carpet that will be in
perfect taste. And most important of
all is the guarantee of this house which
stands squarely behind anv representa
tion our salesmen make as te quality
genuineness, suitability, etc.
We are always happy te extend a
hearty welcome te visitors who "just
want te leek around." We take pleas
ure and pride in having our store con
sidered one of the show places of Phil
adelphia. Fer it is mere than a store.
Kr"1 ?eaht' a Museum of the Art
1220 MARKET ST.
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