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FIREMEN LOOK ON
utnntly, drawing his own revolver nnd
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RUINS OF LEATHER PLANT AT PENSAUKEN
HM THIEVES FLEE
Pntrelinnn anil tlileves etclinnged I
shots, lleueeke emptying bin lcvelver
lifter the spenling innchlne-.
I'eneek" notified tin sllltien bellfe
nnilreiinotercyc'Ii1 einergeney men were
out In it few minutes. The cars and
their lead of whisky lmd get out of the .
ticlghboiheod, lievtiivt-r, anil i.-euld net I
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N ML BATTLE
Loet Whisky Stock at Quarry
Street Garage and Sheet
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AS BUILDING BURNS
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Unable te Save Leather Works
I Near Camden as Water Sup
ply Is Mile Away
GAS BLAST HELPS FLAMES
Firemrn enllfil out by a lire In the
Ideal l.cntlifr Werlc, en Illvpr read,
PcnffiuKcn Town-hip, nenr Caiwlcn.
curly today. -teod by nnd witched tlie
JwlldlnR burn t' tJie ground bctn'ice
tfrcrc wet no witcr w'1'1 wlilcli ;n Hylit
The nearest fire plus N nlmest :i
mllc from tlie bulldlns, nnd tTie water
ttinply I'1' 'l0"cr mom lmd bcfn ells
connected. The building nnd its eon een
nts were destroyed in forty five min
ute" Tli" ,ess wl" cxrc0(I S'-Ti.OO).
At the lieisht of the tire nn ineli-.-ind-.niiartcr
gas main burst nnd flmnus
from the escaping k" leaped high into
the nlr with h tenlfic rear. Telephone
and electric Hul't poles near tli hulld
in were nlwi burned. n were icvriil
trees This fnlllng of live electric wires
forced the oiileokiiiR firemen te rutre-it
te r'aw ; safety. , , , ,
The lentlier works hail recently been
beujd.t by the Jehn II. Eviwh Cmnnnny,
of I'hlln'ilelphla and Camden. The
plant hud net been In operation for
several irenthn, but plans hnd been
made te open It tomorrow nnd we -lemon
were notified te report at that time.
The factory wan situated in an unde
veloped part of l'ensauken Tewuhip,
four block", from the nearest hence.
(instable Jehn Zeurit dWrevcirri I he
lire at 0:"H o'clock and iient in .ntuui",
Ahlcb called firemen out fteui ('amdf.n
Several hundred resident!, of Glouces
ter. IlnieKlawn nnd Falniew were com
pelled te dri'bs and eat their tir':iljtn-t -
in the dark this morning. The cum nt
suppljinu the electric lights was turned
off en account of the fire.
MRS. JOHnTbROWN GAVE
$50,000 TO AID SEAMEN
Biiaar Boutique Added $10,000 te
Fund for New Institute Building i
The name of the anonymous donor of
$50,000 for new bulldingx for the Sen
men's Church Institute of Philadelphia
was made known yesterday at the
menthlj meeting of the Beard of Mnn
users by Alba It. Jehnsen, clmirtnnn
vi the Kv.cutlvu Committee, The
Ijencfnetress Is Mrs. Jehn A. Urewn,
Jr., -"1 Seuth Nineteenth street.
The gift v,a made known in Novem
ber, but at the request of Mrs. Itrewn
her name was net made public. In
rcoecnitinn of her contribution n reso
lution was adopted te extend te Mrs.
Brown thr privilege of naming u part
(if the new building as a memeiial.
Iler rcpene will be made public at
the next meeting in January.
Alexander Van Uens'-elner. president
of the Heard of Managers, said
the proceeds from the Iluznar I?o I?e
tlque. conducted in the Ilellevtiu Ilellevtiu
8tratferd by the Junier Club of ilia
Institute, amounted te mere than $10,-000.
NEW BLOOD AIDS STUDENT '
Improvement Shown by U. of P.
Sophomore After Transfusion ,
Ian Christie, the University nf I
Peniifijlvnnln sophomore, te hvc whose
life eighty-five students volunteered
for a b'onii-transfusien operation Mon
day. as reported today tu he resUni: '
easily in the University Hospital. I
Immediately after the operation
Christie suffered n rclap'e. and for a
time bis condition scmed critical. 15iit"
Dr. Jehn Harvey, plesielnn in chnrire
of the operation, said such an effect
wa te be "pected. Knny esteni:iy
Chribtle rnllied and showed li ucirhed
Inpruvemcut. In n further effort te
improve his bleed an Injection of iron
vrs made In his leg ycterdn. Dr. '
Harvey was unable te ay as jet j
whether nddltienal transfusions would
be iccavaiy as a luat lesert te save I
the life. !
OLD STARS TWINKLE
Favorites of Bygone Days Are
Guests at Matinee
A CluhfMias partv for seven "lend
'"S, lij'lcs" of lii)R gene by wim
neld thiv nilfiKieii at the matinee of
"Geed Morning, liearle," at the Tor Ter
rfst Theatre. They were the guests
f Louise liroedy, featured pla.ve.- of
Tlie former stnge favorites who at
tended the p.Tfurmiiiici. arc: Mis Amv
l.te, Mr-. Maggie Kirhpatriik, Mr.-".
Jehn .Inch, Km,. ,,j,s.)M. Mr.-.. Mur
Mail., Ml-s Kmily Lewis and Mits
Thy all nre residents of the lMv.in
LAWYER TO BE DISBARRED
William I iui,nn m.fAMMA cH.iKit
Disappeared Frrm City Year Age '
Wllllnm M. L.v.vsen. law.ver wlm
'Iwapptared from thin eity nbeut a vcar
"Se. nt n time when hi was .egarded
I'hilndelpliiii'h greatest "dhnrce
fpcchlUt," will he (lUlmrrcd fiem
Practice in this eeuntv.
Tiiti .i. .i : :, i . .....
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'ley l Court nf Coininen Pleas Ne. 1
nter the n.p,.ri nf the l',imrl of tVnwii-,
!..!,' 1"',w sHoi-'utlen IiimI been sub
inttcd j, p(,1Itill, ,.. ,C4 t,,,!,,.,,.
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BURGLARS FLEE IN AUTO
AFTER DODGING SHOTS
Discovered In W. C. Fitzgerald
Heme Before Getting Loet
ISurglars were discovered last night
In the W. C. litz'ernld rtsldenec, for
merly known ns the Henry C. Ilejer
property, ei) the Urushtewn read near
Sfiring Heuse, by the enretnkcr.
The property adjoins the ipsidencc of
Liinries i-.. ingerseu, a ijnnker, am:
l.eerge . Merris, governor of the Fed
eral Ueserve bnnh.
The eaietakcr summoned neighbors,
but the burglars "escaped from u n-nr
cellarway which was left uncinrilnl.
Hugh Shle'ds. gardener at tlie Iin;erell
jilnee. and Flejd Schneider, emp'nved
b Mr. Nerrls, opened lire ei. them,
but they succeeded In read ing an auto
altlng nbeut -100 yaids nway. '
A skeleton key was u-ul. Seme brie- t
n-brau wns gathered ready for removal,
but the burglars were discovered be- l
fore they had time te collect mere '
AUTO HITS COAL TRUCK
ON ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD
Five Persons Hurt, Twe Seriously.
Beth Drivers Are Held
Five persons were in hired, two of
them seriously, in a, collision between
nn nutomeuiie nun n eon l truck en
Koesevelt Houlevard lit Seventh street
late last night,
The Injured are Mrs. Mary Powell,.
HI." West Uoescvelt lleulcwird. fracture!
of the skull ; her husband. Kdwurd .
Powell, cuts and bruises ; Mrs. Jehn
Armstrong, fifty-four jears old, 131 j
Hast Washington lane, (iermnntewn. '
fractures of both wrists and internnl I
injuries, nnd Careline nnd Kdwurd '
Powell, Jr., nine and six jc.ars old,'
bruisis and cuts.
All the injuied were occupants of i
the automobile, ubleh was driven bv ,
Powell. They were taken te St. Lute's I
Powell and Samuel Codd, 12.'l(j Cabet i
street, driver of the truck, were both
held by Magistrate I.lndell, nt the
Hrnnchtewn police station, this morning
in SOOO hail for a further heaiing until
detectives can determine who was ut
fault In causing the collision.
iffx-" visssaBS!-' at:
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Fire early today destroyed luo-stery building at Pensaulicii. just
across Caindcii city line, owned by tlie Evans Leather Company. Upper
picture shows havoc wrought by bkie. Lewer picture shows remnants
of what once was boiler room
Lhnmr thieves, who stele a large
quiintlty of whisky early thin morning
from a garage fin (Juarry street below'
Twentieth, tried te sheet Pntrelinnn
Hinecke. of the Fifteenth nnd Vine
streets station. I
The pntrnlumn exchanged shots with
(In- thieves, who were hi two machines. .
He thinks he hit one of them. Ites-
ldtals and physicians hnvc been notified
te watch for and arrest u man applying
for treatment for a gunshot wound.
The robbery uncovered what the po
lice believe was n Inrge depot for the1
handling of contraband liquor. A raid- i
ing s'liuid visited the plnccj nfter the
leiiiiery was reported and found n stniui
iutititity cf whisky in bottles, which
the thieves had left behind. The ap
pearance of tlie place, the police my,
gave evidence that u lurge. business was
carried en there in liquor.
The attack en the patrolman " "'
sudden and unprovoked. The thieves
were at least six In ni':.meiv and hnd
a hifge and a small touring car. They
had forced the lock en the gaiage deer,
and working quickly, hnd leaded up
both cars with heavy cargoes of liquor.
Whj they dbl net clean the plnce out
completely the police de net knew,
unless it wiim that they hnd taken en
all they could .ifely carry and uiitku
Patielman Henecke came along
Twentieth street n few minutes after
the thieves had started their machines.
They had swung into Twentieth street
from Ouarr.v. running close together,
i and passed the patrolman at high
speed. It was about H:Ht o'clock, and
the street deserted.
llefere the patrolman could tiy te
slop them te sis what thev were do
ing, th. men in tlie automobiles opened
lire. Hvidently thej had seen lleueeke
and draw n their pistols, rady for a
battle, and in their nervousness tired
even before they were called en te halt.
The bullets sped harmlessly p.it tin
patrolman. He returned tlie lire in-
u&& ,UVEn:nm,s Stat,
The radiance of the Polished Girdle Diamond will
be mere fully appreciated by dlreet comparison
with ether diamer.dj told only by this Establishment
PERSONAL GIFTS or LEATHER
Fitted and Plain
Leather Desk Seti
Mh : ,!.flW U '.&.
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PERRY'S V '
The tea that
for fourteen vears. He succeeded tin
late Jacob Olmbel, who was the fust
elude i:i is .
ster. 'The speakers will in-IH
A. tiimbel. Albert M. (Ireen- E
lead of the erganied Jewish charities J Held, Jacob Millikepf. Samuel S. Pels, S
Colonel Samuel I). Lit will preside ! Jeseidi X. Snellenhiirg. Ur. Cvrus Adleri
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n I mil iiirmniiinci luiini. iiiiii. ; ., .. .....i i ; .. ii...n
uimi tun iiiiiuiiiur immv kiuiiiiv in'ui iiiiu tiuiin i . tumuli
'ii'iBBb! ''iiia"',!': MaijijB
Beautiful hand earvtil plat
inum ting mounting en? laryt
iflameirf and four smaller
Tbetwhtful ncepl tnisl. It th!r
Im at Chrlttr.i t'.iui !e . t
We innnt a Mltihetl Dlntnsrd
In one of our clivrlr d!jnfil told
or clttlnum msunttnei.
A imitll drpetit uUl rcitnt tour
rlrf((ti until Vhrltlma.
Diamond Cetalig rn l'2;t'Z
37 S. 8th St.
THE DREKA COMPANY
STARTING IN BUSINESS
AT THE SAME TIME AS
HONOR AND REVERE
1121 Chestnut Street
First Leng Treuscr
uits 14 te 18 Years
$23 & $25
Single and double
plain coats, with and
without belts. Smart
lines and snap that
young fellows like.
II lull M
T,l""'"v 4 ! p; ' n
KILLED BY LOCOMOTIVE
Watchman Struck at Eighth and
Willow Streets Last Night
Dinlel f'nilalian. flflj-ihe enr.s old i
of 7S5 Xeith Twenl -lifth stree . was
i truck and killed b a I'hllailclpliin and I
Heading freight tiain at Klghtb and
Willow stiei'ts at !) o'clock last night.
The victim was cmnhned ,mm a waleh- i
man. He wis walkliii; along lu track),
when tlie engine hit him. lie uas
taken te tin Hahnemann 1 1. pl t ,-i 1. hut
the surgeons said th.it death had conic i
TO HONOR LEWIS WOLF '
FOR HIS CHARITY WORK,
Members of Federation te Give Din-'
nor tp Its President ,
JpwMi leaders tenigbt will honor,
Leuis Wolf, prchidciit of the Federation
of Jewish dimities, at the Mercantile!
Mr. Wolf, who reeenlK returned from'
a tour of I.'urepe, bas be n president of
the local lYdeiatleii of Jewihh Chnritiea '
Just 'cause you're play
ing Santa Claus is no reason
you shouldn't play safe !
Here everything's ex
changeable after Christmas
if net just right.
Shirts, socks, gloves, un
derwear, smoking jackets,
dressing gowns the sort
men really want and appre
ciate. High quality, wide selec
tion, moderate price.
Stere Hours S:J0 te 0
FERRO & COMPANY
Rogers Peet Clethes Exclusively
Chestnut St. at Juniper
mi ,".!'?. 'ahnjirj. veiny. live .war-.
OW. 1.101 Cilllushiiin ftreet, liu fen
even i,,,.,,,., ,,,,, , ,- )M)llll(N Bll,
wmpb'vinii, suhimIIi face, khi.x hair mid
, em st a,,,) eviTi'iiat and derby
Charles lYnneelli. fourteen, of T')2
''re, S,n,t lw, fp,,t t,u,, ,,, tIt1l
,'LlTn'U' '"'""" V1'" ,1"l'1 lilr iin'1
..'"I1, hhuh oceieeai, Run treu-
S "r" vttl' l,!'' Meckinga mid
.mf1",'' ,,l"-iihls. fifteen, of ls7
2 , i I-," :4,l',01' " feet tull, III'
,,0mN',hi 1. hair, blue e.u-s, hr.mii
Jnj!J ","1 lll('. black Lime-, and sie.lt.
VVf?"iC'r ""''bison, sixty, of ll.'iir.
fall it.- Mn'"f' ,lv'' f,"' 'cieu Iii-hes
.tl."1"'"."1"'' ,l'"l '"'' 'lark sui)
V17""' '"en,, fell bat, hhl.'k hh.,'s.
rl .." ' ""'"''' '"".. en, f tld l.ui l.ui
reuni"'"' ','v" r'" ,l"" 1,"1 ",'1' s"
Ml ' SUt 'OIliphMeii. blue i)C
l mur. 'Hinder hinped hliiit, hic.wii
' i ir iii ,.iVh. ,U1. eif.dU . .at ..ml
Jr1 I'ghi .up, hlncl. shoes tri.l
'kiiiu jj,Iu hlevle.
'An!.1.''' ' ,0N n VI-H.lMMriOV
I ' tlctuil- iUI ''HM'HH l.iujlit ty tlie uh..
'1ul lull.l'l" L,ht ,hlU S Wl"" "'" ."""
I',-Ul ...II .'," t bHt IH WllUt III.) ll
ff'ivire t ,'h1"1 of nljiur.H In tlie Het"
Hihlii! l" '" "."-''t I baM ta le a.ee.n-
v "' ''" ' Mile It u ll.iuli '
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U ( Jill j j ;
in Futile Search f
tj If you want a real overcoat
at a fair price, make your se-
ecuen from the thousands of
landseme garments in our
new Overcoat Salesroom,
where you will find the choic
est assortments of exclusive
and thoroughly well-tailored
garments in Philadelphia.
$30 te $95
Especially notable values in our
.splendid collection at the popu pepu
lar prices, ?J0, $15, 50 and Se.-).
J424-2(& CHESTNUT ST.
Time 1 1
J 121 Chestnut Street
Clever Santa Claus
"Well, the old saying, 'Christmas
conies but once a year,' is going
te be upset at our house. 1 just
bought a Moen for the whole
family and Christmas is going
te last the whole year with us."
Prices V. O. It. Factory
SUM, $1GM, S17S3, $248.'.
MACKIN MOTORS, INC.
J. Jay VandereTift, Pres.
8:0 .erth Hi-cud St Plien PspUr 73SC
Display Itejtr.i Open Ewnlnca
Tne cr of the ten proven unit
The cur of the fnmeui ten proven units
ihrkpatrick & Hnyler WettmerUnd Moter R0, ScLeffr
Stlct Bali 'Ave , Csiivvi
3322 1,'crth Bread S:. .... .. v ...
Arcide Moter, Cerp. Mln Ln W?" Me,0
4121 Frankfort Ave Ervn Mlwr
Uniterl Moten Sales Ce. Kinc Moter Salct
HB Curiiintir s 4030 Chestnut St.
H34 Mark' "t.
Sampscn & Helbtrf
I'iTUli .'. II I I' C fl. ,
Slln l. lm n i
O u r Super-Value
Policy applies te
every single gar
ment in this big,
It means a definite,
concrete saving of
$5 te $12 and mere
en every Suit and
Overcoat, and a pro
portionate s a ving
en anything else
you buy here. We
urge you te find this
out for yourself.
Perry & Ce.
16th and Chestnut
in Clethes for Men
BONWIT TELLER &XQ
mourns the death of
Philadelphia's Foremost Citizen
whose love for humanity, whose
public-spirited movements, w hose
philanthropic activities, whose fine
personality and whose unparalleled
attainments as the Merchant Prince of
America have made him net only a
figure of City and State, but a national
publicity brings signa
tures te the dotted line.
The Helmes Press. 9Vintm
I J 15.29 Cherrv Street
rVhat 's in a Name?
NethniK1 -utiles thci product
t K.t -lis unjpr that n.-iin' is n
, 'aht'j preduc ' Take l.eucllu
i a case in point thu nnnm
1 dn't rnaku thi butter
fnmeu"; it was the butler that
ma Ic the nai. i famnis
In all iur Stores
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