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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGERr-PHILADELPrilA; FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1922
Irvlngten Girl, Halted en Flerida
Trip, Back Here te Claim
READY FOR RIDE HOME
7 w nke Hint of two old pals was the
J . ..j.... l.nttrenn Antelnettn Mil
"nineteen years old and preUy, and
ier faMMtti no, . -
It occurred ni me " " ni
fflmntli nnd Whnrten streets, where
?!.-.. i.n. Ik-mi staying In melan-
Afli. mood ever since Us young mis
ZLI tot Inte the tells of the police. It
IT, 0n ,he hack of Hopeful that Miss
UU left her home In rvlnRten, . N.
T three wccks i, ; "
MUnil Fin., In time for the opening of
V,'fe8hatea.,ed the official
JSien of,Antelnetm's parents and
ahn they neuru wum " ...... ......
X, "as in Philadelphia they compelled
SJ te make n "step ever" nnd a quick
Ewr dnce tlie, parting Hopeful has
Kn In gloomy mbed. He stamped nnd
Sed and for a day or se .refused te
eat. He Is a steel gray steed, sleek nnd
'"Hopeful was greeted with a great hlg
bttf when Antelncttn nrrived today. She
S were n small red Imt by way of
. I . I.a.mm nfnntl Mm linnl tt
a QUICK jnuill lium: ""... "- "-
HOPHUJ; 1.1 K f Trvlnntnn nr.
eenpanled Antelnettn here nnd was at
mmJ somewhat similarly.
I'Thcv niny call thin the city of
fcelherly Leve," wald Antelnettn, "but
leant see u. ,,-'"-'J "'"I'l't" j"
fcttiuse I wns riding n horse. I guess
II I rode a murderous automobile I'd
b ill right. And the papers said I
W . W l- tC T .1nn' 1tn..n t-A M
gMd a powder iuii. i "" i "- i.
Bne stampeu ner juui iti. iiiu iiuiugm.
..... ' aim snicl ns she led Hopeful out
Inte the nlr.
LECTURE ON WILD BIRDS
AT ACADEMY TONIGHT
Wilt Describe Werk of Recently
Formed Falrmeunt Park Club
Ernest Hareld Baynes will deliver
in Illustrated lecture en "Wild Birds
.mI Hew te Attract Them" In the lec-
tnit ball of the Academy of Nnturnl
Baences, isinereenin street nrui ine
Pirkway, at 8 o'clock, te which the
public Is Invited.
lie lecture is given under the atis atis
ateetf of the Pennsylvania Audubon
Society, for the purpose of calling at
tention te the work and objects of the
netntly formed Falrmeunt Tnrk Bird
(Jeb. The hope Is te make the park
iTttim a bird ennctunry where migrant
tal resident wild birds may find n haven
free from destructive and disturbing in
iuencti. Netting boxes, feeding shelves, berry
Iwifaf bushes and winter shelters pro pre
pttlr installed will vastly increase the
Bember of wild birds in the pnrhs,
wMle the co-operation of park guards,
Ber Scouts and bird levers in general
trill help te give birds the protection
uty should nave.
f'Mr. Bnynes is the originator of the
bird club Idea and of the famous bird
Mactuary at Mcrlden, N. H.
Dr. Witmcr Stene, president of the
American Ornithologists' Union nnd
canter of the Academy of Natural
BdencM, Is prcldent of the Falrmeunt
Park Bird Club and will preside at
The club has en Its Advisory Beard
Eli Kirk Price, Mrs. Charles W.
Henry, Mrs. II. S. Prentiss Nichols,
Mrs. Frank Miles Day. Dr. and Mrs.
Oeone Woodward, Ernest Hareld
tjnea, Dr. Cornelius Wcygandt,
Intrd Ilenrv. Dr. Ellwln f? Ilrnnmn.
COLORFUL COSTUMES FEATURE CHARITY BALL
Life Underwriters Ask Reappoint
ment of Insurance Commissioner
Tnetnas II. Donnl.lseu Insurance Cem-
Busiener next .May In a letter from
tDft Phllnrli.ltilili. A utM.l..f!n.. A0 T If.
linaern rlters, which was read by the
awiclaticn president. Jesenh fl.
Staples, before a meeting of the or er or
(enlz,itien lust night.
Bfitntiel M. Vnnplnln flAutlin.1 n1n
ansblp ns the foundation of nil busi-
STi . " .u'nt'" a" empleyes nt the
Baldwin works te use the principles of
airmanship," he mid.
Twenty-two members were admitted,
M7u " "'"',"" " ,'"w n"" pulten
Maieney, luesidcnts respectively of the
DENIES HE'S DEAD
edy In Norrlstewn Morgue Was
nai or mis sen-ln-Law
tM.V. . i .' x rullt """ "imringden
,Krta, tel. the peliee of Norrlstewn
"My thnt he was net dead.
Although the police took his word
J? k!lniM0fl,!',,"11JV ll!is "'luired a visit
the ClmrltN Hospital.
A ""!e"kl,!!!uiAh.? ! i,cr-
ilt.4 . , , ,h "Vl """ "l a man sup
:flPfied te be himself. The man had been
jStetil "" uutumebll t Jvy Keck
fW.ini dcntlfled the ldy ns that
m. - - l, , VUL". el"er. nnu aveu
tie same address In Philadelphia.
Mrs. Perslfer Frazer, ,Jr., Is pictured above wearing brilliant and unusual butterfly costume alt the'ferty-thlrd
annual Charity Ball at the Academy lest ylglit. Allss Mary Maude Hewell and Miss Henrietta McVeigh Fritz,
who also attended the affair, arc shown In the insets
HOME PAINTINGS VANISHING,
ARTISTS BLAME DECORATORS
Edward W. Redfield and His Confreres Disturbed by Ten
dencies te Substitute Mirrors and Fancy
Brackets for Canvases
The nrtlsts nre agitated ever the
general tendency of home decorators te
discriminate ngninst pnlntlngs us'meniiR
of Interior embellishments for modern
Such change of heart en the part of
these who direct the planning of the
new homes Is discouraging te the
The Art Club of Philadelphia has
noticed the situation and Is urging ac
tion that will counteract the present
tendency ana bring back the use of
portraits, sketches and landscapes, net
te mention seascapes und drawings of
flora and fauna, such as were debired
in i'-e former days.
Edward W. Redflcld, speaking for the
Beard of Directors of the club, said
the present situation wns harming the
future of the field of art. He asserted
that the young artist who saw no
chance te Mill his pictures would be
Representatives of firms of Interior
decorators declared that the picture for
wall decoration, In nliy quantity, was
becoming close te passe. Today they
said, the color scheme is followed from
room te room. It includes wall paper,
frescoing, hangings and furniture. It
leaves, here nnd there, a space for a
single picture, but it frowns en the
great mass of collections of oils and
Want te See Artist Presper
"We In this club want te mc the
artist prosper," said Mr. Redfield, who
Is himself nn nrtlst of national repu
tation. "We have our own' exhibits,
and the main purpose for which this
club wns founded Is te cultivate un ap
preciation of art.
"We like te see the product of the
pen and the brush In the home. We
want the public te appreciate these
who have given a life of study te
creative artistic work. The nrtlst
brings within the walls the breath of
out-doers, the beauty of life und na
ture, und his product ence hung from
"The Art Club is bending every effort
VICTIMS OF AUTOS
Police Figures Shew Careless
ness of Pedestrians Causes
Majority of Accidents
265 FATALITIES IN 1922
te step the practice of prohibiting the
hnnglng of pictures in dwellings,
whether they be single homes or
apnrtments. The wall wenrp or light
bracket may be in itself artistic, but
it cannot tnke the plnce of pictures.
Kven the space ever the mantel, the
tlme-hallewcd location for the best
work of art owned by the fnnlly, has
been usurped by n mirror which, snt
in the wall, new has become a part
of the perninnent fixtures of the place.
Swing of Pendulum
"It is quite possible In the new
color scheming of architect nnd decot decet decot
ater that they are nfrnid of the re
sult of a sudden spot of brlllance en
the general effect se they have left no
room for It.
"Many persons have left the entire
nlanning of a new home te the decora
tor. Very possibly he has made a far
better job than they would hnve then.
selvfs. But the rhnnces are thnt the
home owner would have chosen some
pictures. They might hnve been chro chre chro
mes or lithographs, but they would
be a stnrt and ns experience increased
the owner would desiip te replace them
with things really worth while."
lhe tendency complained of by Mr.
Redfield Is nnnarcnt In n pnntmsi he.
tween the types of the remodeled or
'! niim neuse and the elder style
of Philadelphia residences, such ns these
tn t'e proximity of Rlttenheuse Square.
inese old houses have walls covered
with pictures. There are the family
portraits. There may be a treasured
Coret,' n mere modern "Whistler."
while the print nnd daguerreotype still
retain n point of vantage ns part of the
In the newly designed home, declares
Mr. Redfipld, hew different; a single
piece of tapestry en a buff wall ; n blue
or old rose hanging; n fancy bracket for
electric candles, and n mnhegnnv table.
CATTELL HAS BIRTHDAY
City's Champien 8peechmaker Calls
for Mere Werk, Less Talk
"Let's have fewer slogans and mere
13. J. Cnttcll, Persevering Promoter
of Philadelphia, who grabbed off
another birthday today, greeted a culler
with this 'advice tedny at his office In
the Chamber of Commerce.
"I find that labor nnd capital ere
closer new than ever In the history
of the country," he said. "ThiH scare
about radicalism nt Washington is use
less. Muny 'of these radicals are all
limes and no brains. They evidently
hnve two livers, which give them a
jellew outlook en life."
As te 'Mr. Cattell's nge. he has
ninety jears of memories.
Tonight Mr.' Cattell will deliver two
addresses in New Yerk.
Concert by Scheel Orchestra
A concert by the Kearney Scheel
orchestra will be given in the Central
Y. M. O. A., 1421 Arch street, tonight
at o'clock. The orchestra Is com
posed of boys and girls averaging about
thirteen years old nnd Is unique in
THE 20TH CENTURY
THE RIGHT WAY
20th Century Storage
Oppeiita West PhUt. Butten
RECEPTION BY RED MEN
Philadelphia Members te Greet
Great Incohenee Tenlaht
hen.rwfptiu',1 nml entertainment In
i"i. Ul ,? n. Sedgwick. Grcnt
ilrVn Tce..)f ,l.lu' ' - ". M.. will be
la In ? H',?. N0'1 M,,n "f Philadelphia
IK M Jcm')l0 te'Rlt.
lnd Vri'VT" wUI ,nL,ll"1( W. Free-
Qrwi 8 " hnrd Weglul" "ml
lft M,ri'iV!' tweiity-nlne years
mK?,; 1:?.:el'"!'H. Mm, eyes, light
WttdwK i ? "uir' wearing u long
"UWHB, Velvet COat. h HO tllrlmn l,nt
sLy'1!60' ftftcen ye". 2002
Me., ins ;? fc,,rceti ve feet live
tinti. wca,ln lrk blue sweater unJ
Pim.l 'tt,le, ferty-eicht vm 41 in
JIM nm,. Itfct,' ve feet seven inches.
eusfaclie. ' eje8' Llnc" ,,ur nd
rnn l(:'a'1en? thirteen years. 11311
Wy neii j, I0,'r ,fcPt two Inches,
wUu "iS'r,"if..f-B,,eck ,,et'
rigurcs compiled for the first time
en nutomebllo accidents in which pe
destrians were Injured show thnt the
loiter nre at fault mere often than the
Investigation of 0D0 accidents this
year by the Accident Prevention Di
vision of the Ilureau of Police, under
direction of Captain Ileum showed thnt
in .'101 cnRes the pedestrian wns re
sponsible for the nccldcnt. as against
.105 instances when the fault lay with
the driver of the machine.
The most frequent cause of accidentH
is the habit of many persons of crossing
street in traffic without loekjng. Speed
Ine caused the greatest number of ac
cidents .n which car drivers nre te
Captain Ilenrn's report of traffic ac
cidents for the eleven months of IOL'2.
ended November .10. shows COV) persons
were killed and 7013 injured. Tnst
month thirty-six persons were killed
nnl OH injured. Eleven of these los
ing their lives were children.
In 745 nutomebllo accidents In which
no eiia was injured last month, 720 ma
chines were driven by men nnd only
twenty-Uve by women. Ne one of the
machines inflicting fatal Injuries en n
pedestrian was driven by a woman.
GAS OVERCOMES AUTOIST
Falls Unconscious While Working
Over Car In Garage
William Steele, of 1403 North Fra
tier street, when working hist night
en his nutomebllo In n private garoge
at fil!IO Thompson street, wns over
come by gn from the exhaust, lie
staggered Inte the street and fell uncen-
BP Wllilnin Crlff, of MH1 Olrard avenue,
took Steele te the West Philadel
phia Homeopathic Ilespltal. Physl
clans worked ever him with n pulmoter
for half nn hour befere be regained con cen con
FelousneM. A nJTII.K KXISTHNCK
"Mr, Debt hag lcan ilefylnic the law ilnc
l(ni nut 't leen't wem te rbi him nny-
whom. Jiir " iieuBa wiiiin?icauy com
menu In "'" Second Thnunht" thnt If "w
Threa large bvautljul dia
monds in an all platinum set
ting that also contains eight
Brtrr Mitchell DUmoed !
miirintttd txtctlr repnicnted
by ui. Our Ohrlutmai dltpltr
cenUlnt miuy brlllluutly boauti beauti
(ul diamond! in cold and pUtlauui
ttlnea of ceuaunl design,
A amall depenlt will mem
jour MltcUM until Obrlituin.
Diamond Catalog tent FKEE en
87 8. 8th St. h"
The geed will of tenants
i a very tangible asset.
Through the aervitea of a
very efficient organization
we maintain the geed will
of our tenants.
May we show you hew
well we can care for your
HEYMANN & BRO.
213-215 S. Bread St, Phila.. P..
WORK OF NOTED
ARTISTS ON VIEW
Art Club Shows Significant
Paintings by Garber,
HARMONY IN PICTURES
CHICAGO JURY ASKS
Hearing Inte Affairs of Bank
rupt Brokerage Heuse
ANOTHER FIRM INVOLVED
A request for n modification of the
decl'lnn of .Tiidse .Tulhn W. Mack In
the IVilprnl I)ltrlct Court In New
i erk denjlng nn npi'icnl"n fr Mi" m
of the brush shows directness, strength
and, nbove nil, skill.
But while the nrtlsts arc radically
different In about every way thnt
artists can differ, still there Is no sense
of it' lack of harmony In the forty-four
pictures which have been hung, twelve
of them by Mr. Wniigh, seventeen by
Mr. Onrbcr am fifteen by Mr. Henri.
Probably the most Impressive of Mr.
laugh's picture-) is that entitled
"Beyond," although mnny of the
ethers nre also vi-rv lefty in thought
n.s ,, '.nH leautlfully expressed, espe
cially the one named "The Sentinels."
in most of them, mH been pointed
out, Mr. Waiigh's favorite sea Is the
one in which the elemental forces nre
shown, ene of the most Impressive of
these forces being the mnsses of rock"
which figure In mnny of his work.
-. .,.. . . .i m . -r. i i lie Mnltirnl It ri,.u. p r- r--!.-
hlbltiens that this city has wltncss.l VT
for some time closes this week nt me i,cst ()t ,).el.., ,,ni.t , i,. i
ri... ..,. u l. i,nn.i Imlil since . the numpriiim illi.iani,eu ...i,ii i. ' mevnl of the books of the defunct
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uriNii-riiKe nnu m u. u itirr v v.
, t' Chicago for use bcf"re the Federal
I'liimi .fiii.Y iiiLit; iiiin i j it'll rrmuii,!
nftprennen by Victer Heuse. AsnlHtant
T'nlfed States Attorney, acting for
I'nlti-d atatc Attorney Charles F.
Clyne, of Chlcnge.
The npr.llc.itlen nsks thnt Manfred
Khrlch, the Dire ease trustee in bank
ruptcy, be permitted te surrender the
books or permit the making of photo pheto phote
static copies of them. Argument will
he heard in the Federal Court en De
Afcslstnnt Attorney Heuse, presenting
hlsTcquet. snld the Chicago Jury 1b in
quiring Inte the relations between the
Dlcr firm and the firm of Charles A.
Stenehnm & Ce. Among the record
here, he said, were books which showed
thnt securities were turned ever by
Stenehnm & Ce. te Hughes & Dlcr.
predecessors of E, D. Dler & Ce. ; n
memorandum of the contract between
Charles A. Kteneixim & Ce. nnd Hughes
& Dler. showing the term' of transfer
securities due te the custemsrt
stenehnm & Ce.
Mr. Heuse nsked thnt Judge Mack'a
order he modified te permit William
Hnywnrd, United' Htatcs Attorney of
this district, te have f custody of the
Dier record books.
The Dler bnnkriiptcv hearing before
Scnmnn L. Miller referee, wns nd
jeurned yesterday until 2 o'clock Jnn
uury Jf. Several claims for wages were
Request Made at New Yerk considered and decision wns reserved
ii inuiiuii ui mini e. .ujers, luuiiiiej
for the trtiBtcc, te have the
, thrown out.
$1,215,000 ERROR ADMITTED
November 18. It was the first time e men. i,e of Ids pictures,
that an Invited chlbllle. has been held I "uZ" .r
at the club. Clarke prize of $1000 and the Cor-
The exhibition Is made up of the rnn medal in Washington, nnd uhlrh
work of three nrtlsts
identified with the
city, Daniel Garber, Kebert Henri and
made up ei ine --"" mruin in wiisiiiiigteti, nnd uhlrh
for mitny years n" Purchased by the Corcoran Gal-
l? mTnt this ?rlc' ls " vlpw nt tllc exhibition, for
art life of this tbt, flm Um(J ,n u, ,
Frederick J. Wntigh. Mr. Garber was
A lively Canvaj
A , 1 1 1.. .i,.,.... . ...
L i i i.... i t.tfiilml " i"-'v"ri NiriKjiig uen; et .Mr.
Dern nvre nun iiiii mi'ut mvn nit... liarner Is "f I M I Imvu u,,,.i,,,i, ,,
i -"'" "'-- "l . - :"-..: n meHt or her vni-vln ,nnn,1. ... .1...
H-rles of paintings which he is exhibit-
one te study at tli- cndemy of the Fine
Arts, has never since lest the c!ee
touch with Philadelphia's art, which
he established at that time.
It would be difficult te imagine three
artists mere striklnely dlraimllnr In
Mr. ncnrl has been criticized oc
casionally for his portraiture, which
It has been said is se truthful as te be
uriuni, out tins is net the ense with
i.i - --.I i ...-I.., I.,, i rr.. flnrhnp "'"""I " .""a i net
ime nun u iii.iiiiiiiii.. , ,"'r ,1 these portraits which he Is shewlnir in
:'",:"' "-- n - ------ -. ei lerm is suewn in
(nils simply adds conviction te the
finished picture; It is n menus nnd
net nn end as such terves n useful
purpose. Mr. Wnugh runs strongly
te marines, nnd with nlmest n single
exception "Off the Mainland, " the
violence of the clement seems te hnve
a greater appeal te his artistic nense
than their mere quiet moods. With
his peculiar technique, perhaps this is
net te be wondered nt. Mr. Henri is
mere Intellectual than emotional in his
work, which in every line nnd stroke
'I.n Kubln," and
City's Expert Telia of Mistake In
His P. R. T. Estimate
Uebcrt M. Fcustel, the city's expert
in the nrenerfy valuation nrereei! nsn
; of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Com Cem
pnny, ndmltted nt u hearing before
Commissioner Clement yesterday, that
In his estimate of the amount of prop
erty built by the company out of carfl
IngH he was In error te the extent of
It wns developed by Celeman 3.
Joyce, counsel for the company, that
the acquisition of the stock of the
Market Street Passenger Railway Ce.
at a premium of $003,000 was , geed
his fondness for the richest of reds, of the business, nnd a book showing
greens and dark backgrounds finds ;
umpie excuse in some of the ether sub
jects which he has rhnscn along the
line et portraiture, such tm "Hawaii
and Nnvnlls," "Indian Girl," "Little
Spnnish Girl" and ".lean." There Is
nlse nn extremely interesting mid un-Henri-like
portrait entitled "Fisher
man." Theie is nlbe another marked
departure from his uual style In a
beautiful landscape, "The Haln."
mm, M BTVfWlTOItVI
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Cigarette Crises Canes Cigarette Helders
Dress Suit Sets Umbrellas
New City Gelf Ceursss
Action looking te the establishment
of two nine hole golf courses In League;
Island nnd Tnceny Creek parks wn
taken yesterday by Citv Council when
that body ndepted resolutions request
ing the FoIrn.eunt Park Commission
te furnish the Councilmen with nn es
timate of the cost of the two public
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