Newspaper Page Text
STO "y vwn'stt
EVENIN'b PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA; WEDNESBAT. DEOEJMBER .18..
MMM ,'. J . . , .,- ---
iu t lnnnti nunnrnT
iL' M AKUIIl OUdlTb I
REYBURN PORTRAIT DIM
Te Be Retouched, as Wilt Others In
Mayer's Reception Roem
A ner.trnlt of former Mnyer Jehn E.
i Upyburii whs found le be in need of
roteucliitiR when It was token from the
wall of the Mnyer's reception room
tliiu nmrntrti' Tim tinlnlltit unu tnlan
Ifli-mn ulfh tin tinrlfnllia tf tu.nnft.
Ch;tr Ceuntv Farmer W0UI1C13 i mivpii ether former Mnynrs ntnl the
' , j huge painting of W il
One of Three Men Fleeing
Frem His Barn
I'illlnm IVnn, se that Tqq
the room could be fitted with Christ
The Reyburn nertralt anceared
fectcd by the wear and tear of years
and the frame was slbjchtly sprung.
The collection of paintings n 111 be
plnccd in n City Hall storeroom and
will be flven needed repairs during
the holidays. Harry T. llaxter. Chief
of the Bureau of Cltv Property, will
nrrangc te have the Ueyhnrn painting
restored. It was done In 1012 by Al
bert Rosenthal nt a cert of about
STATE POLICE HUNT 'HARRY'
Stale policemen tedny are hunting
for three men. one of them believed te
hae been wounded In a shotgun and
revolver tight with Wilten (Irammcr.
owner of n larse farm in West Geshen
jreunMiip, three mlle north of West
Chester. Oanimer emptied hrs gun at
the men uhen h found them tleelng
from his barn and they disobeyed his
nder te halt It Is believed the men
wcie planning te set the building afire.
Used Only Carfrtder He Had
Grammer .was handirapned by the
fact he had en'v one cartridge In the
shotgun. One of the men returned his
fire with revolver bullets, but they went
Bloodstains en a feme ever which
the men climbed and made thelt way te
n vi Mil'.' a'" meh'le Indira te that one
of them nf !rnf had been vepperd bv
the birdbet from i',ranime-'e gun, and
i iie s ' trfin'- nv ' i u . 1)1111.11''
nt hospitals and ethei pne where the
Hounded man might have bii ti'ated.
Grammer went te ins gange after
supper te leek attnr his motorcar,
and heard whispered talking in the
barn. Through n connecting deer he
aw three men hunting about the barn
with the aid of a flashlight. Grammer
left the garage quietly and ran te the
house for his shotgun.
When he emerged he saw the shad
ows of the men outside of the barn.
Rushing at them, he ordered hands up,
and they ran. Grammer flred and says
one cried out as though hit. Instantly
one of them turned and fired four shots
from a reve'ver at him. but mlsed
They dashed for the roadway, jumped
a fence rnd enined tb"r a Ue te wbi'Ii
ihev speeded a-Ain .
State Telice Hunt for "Harrj '
Majer Wllhelm with his deputi. ,T
M Morgan and Arthur II FlnlT, ven
from Wen Chcvter te interisate. All
that Grammer could tell them, aldf
from the tery of the Sfhoetlng. was tha'
h haid one of the men called "Harrv'
by one of the ether as they jumped the
fence. He thought "Harry" as the
, une h het
Sending in fale fire ahrms has been
a form of atiri-ment Indulged in bv
eeme one in Chester County lnce the
barn burning!, began. I.an night the
troublemaker u-ed sereral parry. Un
telephones te "nd in false alarm" The
vib'erlhf n the 're, usel denied
knen'edce of the alarm".
- Majer Wllhelm aid lat night be wn
"et readv tu talk about results, ob
tained in fol'euing various leads picke.J
up in his in c-tisatien of the twentv
nine fires in Chester, Delaware an 1
lontgemeiy Counties. He said there
nas pos tive knowledge that twelve f
ihe barn fire. ere net of incendiary
erigfn. The ethers are being carefully
sifted out and thus far. he said, the
l"'r. J. Blair Spencer fire, at Malvern,
is the enl- one through which he has
any present hope of getting a clue,
$1000 TO-RECTORS' "FUND
Will of Louisa J. 'Huey Leaves Ret
of Estate te Kin
The Rectors' Discretion Fund of the
l'retestant n-nsrer.il Church of St
I uke and the l'piphany "ill -eeelre a'
?1000 ben.uet frerr the 20.000 estate
of Letna ,T Huey, who died in the
.feffeisen Hiipital, and who" v .11 was t
;p"Imit'ed te preha " tednv The residue
of the e'tmn cees te relat vee
" Marsaret Tavler. rf C447 Ver'h
Tifth treer left an ee'ate of $10 4"
of whieh 100 gees te the Magdalene
'leine in Germanfewn S200 te the
-niiilding fur ' of the Reman Cathe'ic
I'pitrf'. it I" gbtb anil Yerk steef
and $200 t.i the pr Vincnt de Paul
ieiet. The residue zees te relatives
Other will' preVateri are these of
llenrv .1 IIill. 402." Lancaster ave.
.ue. i2."200, Mnr Tiller .04 North
lessup treer pfiTif ). U'lzaveti A Bit
den, wrminsip D' I 0470 ar 1
nna t. Ku"ller ihi d'-.J in rr
llahnennnn II p til. ."100
Letter wev gnirted te .idnrmtrve
uie estate, of I n eti (,ir- -it. 1"1." Ner"i
lleinier streft i5 One, im.l Frank II
- ' athers 1"1'' eent -second avenue
fOOO An inventerv "as filed in tl
lernil estate of W illnm Bimfeii
With reverence and
sorrow we accept the passing
away of the
honorable 5efw Stanamafeer
Mr. Wanamaker was the world's
foremost merchant and one of
its greatest minds and philan
thropists a man whom the.
whole w e r 1 d honored, and
whose influence reached 'te
c-vcry part of the glebe who
brought into being a new idea
of merchandising, and put it en
the high plane where we hope it
ehall ever remain.
His less can never be replaced
we hope his great influence for
geed will live forever!
SAMUEL D. LIT
JACOB D. LIT
ars K 4i.
M Would be a Cenklin
fi Self-Filler Pen.
ft! Cenklin Automatic
A Bex of Stationery
W jik L m Kh. H iK. U Hs. iib IVI .ini lM H iil v
! - ''W -v BiiMffliUi
STATIONERS- JU PRINTERS -BLANK BOOK MFRS.
10KT 1fthQf DUIII r.ei mni r-....r-.. ... tl,
m , " '' v--" , l.t j .j
leni FLEISHMAN CO.
Eoek of Oeirj Tne
Appropriate Gift Suggestions
Buy Here NOW Pay Next Year
Take Advantage of Our Confidential Credit
cigarette i Signet
cases Mi Rines
encraveil and hand
One Dellar 'WMlilr
18-kt. Solid White
Geld, 17 Jewel ad
lar movement ar
Df-re. ar pOt
Onr Dellar MU;
Set with fine
One leUar Weeklj
rtlr iet In 11 11
.VOld. Hand rrm,V
m"untln and wh't
RjW tee. A rin
that ilu er"nar
r eath t 0
14.HT ent.in TnrtTT GOLD
An ezr-fd'nlv HTt treildl.
CK of wMte reld, hanfl.
"irelr enrrTAd. (wl
nvamnt aurantd accu.
t t'rticener or a nw
itch -nth-iit nn'tiVicc, nb.
j " Included Cain
'lie 7 0
ui9 sum 9
PhlladelpkMe leading Bug Heme-In Every Seme of the Werd j
.ii?g.,i, lki igrBiiiEHSpIl
Gift a Rug
f,7. n vk
met'el, small size,
14-ka.rat se'id creld
filled: adjusted te
value SS".50. Chain
l i.ir rfte
Buy NevT3 Pay in 1923
iue south 11 tn st.
ONE DOOR BELOW CHESTNUT
-k' Se'ld Gre-
Whl'e Ge'd Lin
--4i . at
in neflar VTrrkly
Ladies' smai Uval
jewel adjusted. 18-k.
White Geld, Special.
A Permanent and Useful Present
Enjoyed by the Entire Family
Ordinary gifts arc seen gene and forgotten. A rug is
unusual, is lasting and is long appreciated.
In this store you will find a rug for every place at every
price from $5.00 te $5000.00 from a square of carpet
te a magnificent Persian.
We call particular attention, for gift purposes, te our wide
range of famous Bundhar Wilten Rugs the rugs which
give you Oriental patterns and tones, with durability of
iron, at carpet prices.
There is a size and shape for every purpose. Nete the
unusually low prices of the few we have listed.
8.3x10.6 .. 95.00
4.6 x 7.6 ... . 36.00
3 x 15 48.00
2.3x12 .... 28.75
9 x 18 ... .
9 x 15
27 x 54 . . .
lanh. FLEISHMAN CO.
"Jewelry en Credit"
j'HESTNUT corner ELEVENTH ST
OO this is bskime Pie I
"Wish I'd tried it before!" you'll
say. Se why wait another minute ?
Yeu can buy this delightful surprise
wherever Abbotts Ice Cream is sold
-only five cents.
ABBOTTS ALDERNEV DAIRIES, INC.
PHAETON-7 Pass 1475
SEDAN . 2095
FREIGHT AND WAR TAX EXTRA
GOMERY SCHWARTZ MOTOR CAR CO.
Sales Roem, 128-140 North Bread Service Station
2400-14 Market St.
1220 MARKET ST
, v .