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Eighty-five Perm Men Ready te
Give Theirs te SaVe Soph
TRANSFUSION FOR WOMAN
BcceufcO of lejnlty of his frelpinlty
mates In offering 'their bleed te invc
pn llfe, Enn Olirlhtlp, of Shit Lnke
Cly( fcopliemort) at llie UntvcrMty of
TVnnsylvniiiii, miiy recover fiem line
mln, fiem which he is siiffriltip in tlic
Univcrblty Hospital. '
In addition te thu thirty-Ike mem
bers of his fraternity, Sigma Nu, she
volunteered te Milmilt te bleed trans
fusions, fifty etlicr ntudcnts at the1
University came forward with offers of
their bleed when news of hTS) bcrieus
condition was published yesterday in
the Pcnnsylvnnlan. Penn's daily student
publicntien, of which Chrtolle is nu
Weman Patient Alte
Anether-. patient at the University
Hospital upon whom n bleed Irnnsfublen
has just been -made m Mrw. Mary
Meb, US Keuili 'Slatlelli ilwt. whose
non. .lames Ulah, tiled jchtcrrtuv in
Hahnemann Hospital from injuries
nubtnined In an -automobile accident
Sunduy iiisht en North Kre'id street.
Tv'ems of hin death is Ileitis; withheld
from his mother because of th fear that
i he shock might nrove fatal.
Itich was working between n truek
he was drlvluc nnd u trailer, when an
automeblln driven by Aaren Litmaii,
Sixty-first and Catharine streets,
wished Inte the trailer. Itich was
criifhed between the two machines.
The tirst of i serica of bleed trims trims
fuBieiiB nece5sn te suMaiu Chrb tin's
llfe wns made yesterday. Anether
will be made tonight. Henry Wat Wat
en Paddock, of Rochester. N. Y u
junior In he Wharten Scheel aim u
"frat" brother of the student, was se
lected by Dr. Jehn Harvey, also a fra
ternity brother, as the first te have the
prlU'egi! of demonstrating his lejnlty te
n fellow member of Sigma Nu.
-toils Wtiile Iislng. Blend
I'ftddeek gave n pint of his blend,
miling nud jesting with Christie while
ibe transfusion was being made. 'J'lien
he walked back te Hie fmtcriiii.t liens''
at .'1S10 Walnut street, lel'usiiig te wait
until an automobile could be brought up
te take him. Christii-'s condition was
unchanged nTler the transfusion and is
tuid te be serleu.
Of the fifty-odd students etiinlned
Hi the, hnipitul, only four were found te
hmc bleed of the sonic "type" as
("bristie. All of them were Sigma
Nu men. and all of them will have I lie
opportunity they desire of preiug Ihelr
lojelty te the teaching of the fruter
niti . They lire: Ttlukely l.uuipktu. of
Baltimere: laid T.ltlle, pis Mellies:
.liilm Seabright. Hanoer. Pa., and
Paddock. Swcr.il transfusion will in
nit probability lie. neces-iarj .
I''hristie becnmi" ill about' two weeks
go. His condition refusing te respond
fn eidinary therapeutical measures. Dr.
Alfred Stengel, professor of medicine at
the L'niversitv. determined te melt te
HANIHARA MAY BE ENVOY
Appointment te Washington Pest
Expected in Few Days
Telde, Dec 12. (By . P. i Ap
pointment of Vice Foreign Minister
Hnnihara as Ambassador te Washington
niav be announced in a few das.
If he Is named he will succeed Am Am
hnswider Hhidehara. who has been In
Japan en a prolonged leave of absence
due te ill health. Tokichi Tanaku. chief
of the information bureau, who ic
cently uitcd America, Is slnted le
sneered Hanibjrn aa Vice Pereign
Masaue Huniliata was a delegate te
the iirms conference at Washington.
He was Censul General at Sun Prim Prim
rlsce in l'.llt) and 1017. He ha been
In the consular and diplomatic tin ire
mere than twenty jeurs.
125,000 Apply for Aute Tags
llarrisburg, Dec. HI. Automobile
nd truck owners are net apphlng for
10l'.'l registration at the ui... c'peclei,
Recording te officials of the Stute High
way Department, only about PJTi.OOU
applications being en tile. It is ex.
poetPfj dip te nl tegistriitlnn for Ifc:
fllll inn leO.ODO ahead of ih.it for IIIL'L',
and a big last feitulglit's .null I. c.-peeted.
III FRAT BROTHER
HHNRY W. PADDOCK
Padderh, Wliarten Scheel Junier,
cae Weed fe save life of "frat"
USED MATTRESS FOR BANK
Downtown Man Could Net Foel
ThievcG and Is Out $1575
Using a matlres for a p.ilngs bank
com Loen i'ittkniski. of 70L Seuth
I'lent t.treet, a total of 1.i7."i, repre
seiiling the heardings of many jcars uf
Thiel es entered his home early this
meining, getting in through the tear
deer with u skeleton key. They went
directly te the maltres, which leads
th" police le belioie they were men
who knew tomething about Piltkaiski
and hi siiMiiss. Thcie they found
and leek $1,100 in postal certificates
ami S7."i in lyish.
Police of the Second n ml Christian
sticels stalien arc investigating notions
of ilnc-e known te have been mi friendly
let m Willi Piltkaiski.
COUPLE FOUND MURDERED
Child. Suffering Frem Hunger, Dis
covered en Farm With Bodies
Mlddlclewn. Intl.. Hec. p'. (Uy
A. P.I William Shaffer, thirlj-lhe
jeara old, a farmer, and his wife were
Ifetiud niui'deicd here leduj. Mis.
Hhtiffer's head had been cut off by u
sharp instrument, prrsuinably an ax.
and Shaffer's head wns split wide
open. The bodies were found by a
party of patting farmer.
Mis. Shaffer's body was found in
lied while Hint of her husband was
found in the bam. A feiir- car-old
clil. uninjured, but suffering limn ex-
pe.iue nnd lack of feed, wns unable te
give anj details of the I raged). The
ouple me believed In huic been deal
for several dii)s.
We firmly believe in
Advertising. It would be
foolish te preach and net
Tlic HOLMts Press. Prinitn
1315-29 Chcrrv Street
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If Yeu Contemplate
Buying a Car
This Is for Your Eye
Lest any one think that geed cars are
i-uminff clown in price here is the truth.
They aren't. Moter-car costs are dictated
hy the cost of raw material which is
rising. Se makers of most geed cars
are lindini; it necchhary te increase prices
. te maintain quality. Moen is one of
will he sold after December fifteenth for
one hundred dollars mere than they de
today that is, most models. It is no
longer possible te produce the Car with
the Famous Ten Proven Units te sell
at the present price. If you contemplate
liu.v.iug u car J'eu can savc an evcn
hundred by bujiiig a Moen befere Friday.
MACKIN MOTORS, INC.
J. Jay Vundcrgrift, Pres.
855 N. Bread St. PhoncTeplar 7ff8G
EVENING- pt? J,fnnOF,lJpttl)ELiHIA. . kESJ)AY, DKOKMBeA 12, MB8
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RECTOR DEDICA TES LOVE .
. POETRY TO HIS FIANCEE
Thc'Rcv. Percy Stickncy Grant
"Tanagra" Figure in Ncivly Published Beoh
New Yerk, Dec. 12 "Te Kiln II. dc
Alia dc Ai-esta, nn ambitious nnd
stimulating .Intelligence, gifted with a
knonlcdge of the bendtlful, n Tnnngra
figure come te life, n captivating com
This is the phrasing in which the
Itev. Pcrvy Htlekney Grunt, rector of
the Church of the Ascension, dedi
cates te his fiancee, Mr?. Philip I,y-
dig, his little volume or poems just
published by Harper & ltres. The
title of thcvboek Is "A Fifth Avcnue
Parade nnd D.lier Poems."
Docter Grant Will set folks tu guess
ing ns tu what lie means when lie
refers te Mrs. !dlg as u "Tanagru
figure. Tanagras were small lerrn-
cettn figures used py tne nncient
(ireeks as ornaments or hnueIield gods,
buried lu tombs or enshrined in tern-
The Tnnagrn simile of Dr. Grant's
dedication refers apparently te n uctty
of the household nnd the temple.
The book Is generously sprinkled with
verses which hnve to-de with the re'
mantle side of life, notably "The
Wnkeful Rrldc" and "The Lever."
The first staiun of the former reads:
Ti,. elrt eert lav In lil re.tlcsi tM. .
llli fnlr bride bv litn sldei
The leuns nnin Kn7-1 from lh outer toner.
And Mil Ihclr oea ere wlil.
This poem gees en te give n study
in contrast between the nged enrl. who
has obxlensly been wished en the jeung
bride as n husliand. nnd the page bin.
whom she really desires and te sol forth
the feelings of the page bn and the
nged bridegroom. It concludes us fel
low h :
Oil! A miinnier nlslit In a ilrrart n , ghost.
Te jieuld Ihnt Imve mlml lliclr rtlie.
for It tells nf rtenth. but It atas le llfe
The Binoulderlns lrwrfe rent llre.
Anether poem in Dr. Grant's little
volume which ntlnicts especial attention
ia "Twe Hoses." It reads:
Were ou te blmiie.
ThHt hi thev cmp
ye inerrlly ncreai the ne.l
A wlld-roec-liiilen limb.
Tcaed ber te pluck the tlencr It slsldj
for him? v
nid j en then pull,
Your Kinall hand full
Of petals, dropping one by one
COLONEL PRIOE WITHDRAWS
1 14th N. J. Infantry te Support Cel.
Gllmere In Friday Election
Trciilen, Dec. r Colonel Win Win
Held S. Price, of Camden. enier
officer of the Pifly-secnt!i fnfantry
Hrlg-ide and commander of the 11-lih
lufanlr). will intvbi) -t candidate fm
lutgiidier general at I he election here
Fliday. Colenrl Price, together Willi
officers of the lllth. will Mippert
I'oleiiel Quliiey A. Gillmerc. late of
the 112th Heavy Field Artillery.
The contehi will imw prebablv be ln--twoeii
Lleutenaul Colonel William 1!.
Mm tin. of nilz.'ibrlli, who is smppo-ed
le hae Ibe backing of oflteers nl llic
llfllli, and Colonel Gillmerc.
AKVIAd Klfd M
Select your personal
Greeting Cards and we will
engrave them from your
plate in 24 heu'j.
, Charles Barney Burt
f. 225 Real Estate Truet Bid?
WlSjVj'jS.Vf.'.'.ijejboiie Walnut 53:U.!,s!iJVtf!t'J!
of a practical Sert may be best purdjaser)
in a fttau's gtere of deputation anb
acUnotelebrieb gtanbins, tfjercbp afifiurins
betfj giber anb recipient tfjat tlje gifW arc
of correct form anb of trial) qualitp.
HaEa d l&er dhue ffs
LsOuia (gire g
Moter Car Wear
JACOB REED'S SONS
1424-E420 Chestnut Street
? w 7 JKr "By if''
' '"' " J, ". j
Calls Mrs. Philip Lydig His
O'er jour ralm'd orumpled, rim.
Until nti lrft the limit alone ,
Ief hlm7 I
What ft prank letfplied,
Flo Le! '
Leuzhed out, "Wilt thou my sweet bud
Anether, then, wan It jour wrhlm?
l'luckej out ihe.atem the first girl aM
Te hi hi?
Dr. Grant r sl.ity-tjw years old.
The dlorce canons of the Kplseepnl
Church forbid his marriage te Mrs.
I;dlg. theupli he has been .frank in
ee'nfessilig Ills affection for her. Mrs.
Idlg divorced W. 13. I), Stokes te
m'urrv C'nptnin Philip l..dlg. from whom
she was later dlerced. Mrs. Lydig
bus n Milliliter home, Hiner Ledge, In
Iledferd "Huh). N. Y.
What l JudM I.andls-J-aupreinfr arbiter
of baseball or tint a nwny naini'eu rierK7
r-niiiTn Cain dlsciiFaen the recent ftareup
which. Innlgnlflpant aa It may be.
........ . T f ,,
keen knalya a of "perta alluntlena. read th
pjjertfc Pan of the I'UBI.IO UbdOM. "itaia
It a Habit." Ada.
builnewei. Se iteea
Jehn Clark Sims
Cxmral AivtttMng Igtntt
218 Seuth 16th Street
1121 CHESTNUT ST.
' Bank Deposits Shew Drep
Decrease of .110,817,000 In Individual
deposits nrnvidcil the change of chief
Importance In the position of the Phil -ndelphln
Clearing Heuse banks for the
week preceding yesterday. The lean ac
count was barely disturbed, gaining
$;W)1,000. The excess reserve item
strengthened substantially, ndwmclng
Storage Warehouse Ce.
Oppcslte Went rhlla. fllitlen
Rogers Peet dig deep for
he World's best woolens
.he only kind they use ini
heir suits and overcoats for I
We sell Rogers Pcet
lethes exclusively same j
moderate prices that pre
ail in Rogers Peet's own I
stores in New Yerk. i
Stere limns S.:10 le 0
FERRO & COMPANY
Rogers Pcet Clethes Exclusively
Chestnut St. at Juniper
D I C- f , -
We have no articles that men will "lay aside." Every
thing here is itjOsI compellingly useful for all men The
height of Style, Quality and Comfert
Fancy Handkerchiefs, 50c te $3.50 i Silk Shirts, $7.00 te $12.00
Handkerchiefs, 25c te $2.00 Pajamas, $2.00 te $15.00
Knitted Silk Mufflers, $6.00 te $20.00 Silk Half Hese, 75c te $6.00
Weel Half Hese, 75c te $4.50 Sweater Coats, $6.00 te $22.50
Gloves, $2.00 te $5.00 Lounging Robes, $7.50 te $75.00
Silk Neckwear, $1.00 te $4.00 Knitted Vests, $6.50 te $lf00
Deck and Pier Construction
THE ARMSTHUXC. & LaTTA COM PAW has funstnictal
40 of the piers along the Delaware River in and near
Philadelphia; a number of deeks and piers in the vicinity
of Baltimore, and it is known along the Atlantic Coast
for the excellence of its waterside work.
Our organization is at your service cither for plans, esti
mates or for construction.
Armstrong & Latta Ce.
HSOIVM.RS J.D COXTlUVTOliS
LAND TITLK WILDING :: PHILADELPHIA
rUAM AM) WORKS AT IAMDLS. .N. .1.
Foundation Werk, Piers, Submarine Dhing, Decks, Conveyer Systems, Factory Building, General Construction
Tk rJlAnre of The Polished Girdle Diamond will
be mere felly appreelated by direct comperioon
with ether diamonds - sold only by this Establishment
Diamond Bar Pfns
Bracelets of Preeiqus Stones
Jeweled finger Rings
Broechco Pcndanta Ear-ringe eF
Diamonds Sapphire:, Emeralds Rubies
Style Quality Value
, you can
West End Trust
BROAD-5TRECT-AT- SOUTH- PENN SQUARE
MacDonald & Campbell
The Best Christmas Gifts
1334-1,136 Chestnut Street
l-'ifbt- Leng Treuscr
Suits 14 te 18 Years, ,
$23 & $25
I Smart, snappy styles
1 thaf every young fel
1 low wants. Norfelks
and plain coats. Hard
wearing, geed - look leek
i ing cheviets, flannels,
! tweeds and home heme
Super - Value is p
solid y 'fixed Policy ,
thai m cans only
fine, finer and finest
qualities at a defi'
nite, concrete sav
ing of $5 te $12 and
mere en every
single Suit or Over
coat ice self.
Loek and Compare
Perry & Ce.
16th (aid Cliestnv
MKBK - VALy ft
in Clethes for, 'it
rfist Penny Savf J
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