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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PtaliABELPHlA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER Ul 1022
(.ess Industrious Students May
Have te Werk Through Holi
days te Catch Up
PARTY BY HOBOHEMIANS
ScnierH In tlie Wlnrten Scheel of lhi
tnlvcr?lt.v of Pennsjlvniiln have ether
An?, te worry litem besides swinging
dumbbell in tlie cymnuslum twice n
ilt They have research papers Hint
III Lc iltin parly '" "1C "PriiiR. Tlieie
..ru.r rrnuire lieurH nnd Leurs of
palnstnklm: itmly and accurate inves
The morn eDlelent nnd methodical
member of tlie clitss chese their Bubjec.
for research early In tlie term and
itnrtcl out In iiuesr of statistics nnd
charts tinned with n portable card
index lilltifi fysti-in. They new have
their inn crini un kumiiti-ii, unci mey
mwpIv have te present It In acceutablc
form. I-a yMl' 0" senior turned In
105 rWH nf inaiiiifcrlpt and another
geme seiiiert, however, are just lie
rlnninc te rcalUc that the lieliduvsi urn
nlmnst here, and they linve net vnt
ilarted en their research. Seme of
them liiiu-n t even consulted tliu onru enru
index In tlie University Library. These
icniers are piaiuiniB in ie incir ru
warcbinjf during tlie Christmas lioll liell
days. Cynical observers are Inclined
te believe that the same men will post pest post
peno their research until the Eabtcr
llcre are some of the subjects for re
H'arcb: "I'arm Leans in Iowa,"
"Building and Lean Associations.''
"Americanization in West Philadel
phia." As n prelude te their annual Christ
Bis party, the Tlobehcinlnii Knights of
tht I'hilemathr.in Literary Society will
visit the Italian tablelands tomorrow
n!bt In quest of spaghetti and "attnos "attnes
jhere." Twenty-live members hove
elfnlfletl their intention of accompany
ing this officially conducted tour of in
faction. The Hobehcmlnns will then return te
H!r hendquarters in the garret of
College Hall, where they will present,
S rarely for their own amusement, n bur
csque of L'ngene O'Xeill's "ISeund
;t for Cardiff." entitled "Hound East
ftr the Philippines," or "Oeneral
Weed Declared Ineligible." They will
also give a parody called "The Czar-dlna."
I)r. Edn-ard Chlera, nssistnnt profes
sor of Assyrinlesy ut the University of
Pnnsyhaniu. gics n public lecture'thl"
afternoon In Housten Hnll en "The Full
tf Mnn In Babylonian Literature." This
dlscuwlen will be based upon original
HiMrcli. Dr. Chiera recently de
ciphered a Siimerinn tablet from the
Nippur collections of the University
Museum, which contained the Haby
Ionian account of the Garden of Eden,
dated at least 1000 yeurs before the
llbllcal version of it.
"COLONEL" TO AID SEALS
Cortelyou's Police Deg en Program
at Headquarters Today
"Colonel." Director Cortelyou's
J dice deg. is again en the program te
e "stunts" and help sell Christmas
"!' at lied CresH seal headquarters,
10 Seuth Eighteenth street, this after
noon at 2 o'clock.
"Colenel'' h a veteran of the 'World
war and saw active sen ice in Ilel
tmtm. He was te have made bin pre.
bit peifermance in the aid of Christ
mas seal tales yesterday, but arrived
The war spirit was net entirely
rtUternted, In him by the signing of
the nrmistice and while en his way te
Headquarters jesterday he met n canii'e
wmy. I)y the time he had fully gratl
W his natural instinct for battle, It
vts tee late te appear en the program.
Political Writers Dined
. .iiiii.i jimtrr. I'liiiirniiin r tti.
Bepublican Slate Committee, last night I
tntcrtnlned at dinner at the Hcllevue Hcllevue
R'tatferd political writer who toured I
eiam wmi cnnumaics in tlie last
NEW RECORD FOR RIVER
Frehjhter Made Run Frem Break
water In 5 Hours, 45 Minutes
Tlin T.1!ntfrn1inr1i Mfnnml.ln rA.MMnM
claims n record passage of n fre'lglitcr
iifuvccn uosien nnu tnm city, 'in rani
Lncltcnbnch, new nt I'ler 78, Seuth
Wharves, made the voyage in thirty
Tim trln iin etin .t,.AN am 1. rk1.
nware Ureakwater te her berth was
made in live hours and forty-five min
utes, or nn average of mere than Of-
lint mllAu nn limit ,.l.l.i. in !. na.
serteu te be a record for the river.
SYMPHONY SEASON'qN "
Leps Will Be Quest Conductor for
Thft SvmnliATir Srttr.fv ..P V-antfAM.1
under lleddn van den Heemt, will give
in the Frank
This is the fifteenth
n concert this
ford llleli Scheel
KonEen of the symnheny.
Chnrlotte Loeben, soprano, will be
the solelst.y nnd Wnsslll Leps guest
Yeu Pay Le$
ttnM. i. ....
we ret bttr pric-M
m uu urem wierfey.
1327 Wctt Cirtrd Art.
212 Esit CirarJ Ave.
13 S. 60H St.
136 S. S2nd St
A inuilll iif Celumliut
Santa Maria, U'JI
COLLECTION of Ship
Medels, genuine antiques
and modem reproductions, is
new displayed in our galleries.
Ship models are becoming in
creasingly popular for decorative
A distinctive gift.
Frem $35 upward
?-'s vJsiBPy Mi
Nothing Smarter than
Gored Tongue Pumps
WHEN they are correctly made like
these te held their shape and con
form te the pretty instep line.
WITH high heels for dress or
medium Spanish heel for the
afternoon, in satin and suede and every
beautiful combination Or with
straight walking heels in Black Calf
and Patent Leather for shopping.
s9 no 'ii
Quality Gift Stockings and Boudoir Slippers
In beautiful assortments, moderately priced,
attractively boxed and ready for the giving.
Harpers mm market
!022 CHIftTNUt OHOF3
: Stere Opens 9 A. M. Closes C P. M. Daily
IMPOJtTKItS, DUMGXERS AXD MAKERS OF WOilES'8 A!W CniLDJIEN'B APPAIiBU
OF TUB 111QUEST CHARACTER FOll MORE TiM.V TWEXTY'SDYBl? YEARS
V U I
i' i i'f .i
. The Later Closing as a Convenience te Busy Shepper
An Unprecedented Sale
Fermer Prices te 39.50 ) 1 X.00
Fer Women and Misses J
These dresses, numbering the season's newest styles, have been taken straight
from regular stock Harris selections. Se desirable that they have sold down
te a few of u kind, though the aggregate is wonderful In every aspect,
Satin-faced Crepes Velvets
Hence Crepes Matelassc
A style range of such beauty that, at this reduced price, is worth any effort
you may make te share.
Ne Exchanges, Ne C. O. D. Ne Credits
Chiffen Silk Hosiery Envelope Chemises Corduroy Itebes
1.95; Reyulartu 2M 2.95, Special Special, 5.95
All perfect, nnd wonderful at Of heavy crcpe de chine and .. , . . - . . , , .
fi,i,. i,.. -'j.. ni ..i,i oil. rm nm iinfr ,,n,,.,i nn.i iSew urcaUf ust coat 'and rebe
"' w jjiiwi. v B"i ": !",""". "" -"'- . e. j ...,...
vor, gunmetal, brenze anu inmmcu seme witu real -". uuun quauvy
l.lT. InIn tviaI
lace motifs. cherry, rose, purple, Cepcn.
Others te 60 Others te 16.50 Others te 27.50
zWe Specialize in Apparel ?kat Slenderize the Larger. Veiium
E IN IERCHA
Always a welcome remembrance. Handkerchiefs are as varied as one's tasta,
and the selection here is se varied that one may cheese the plainest of fine linen Hand
kerchiefs or the gayest of sports styles.
Of mull, hand-printed colored centres with
colored hems; whit centrss with colored borders
Of Irish linen, with embroidered Initial 28c
Of fine Irish linen, hand-embroidered comers
er plain fl for $2.00.
Of French linen, plain colon and white, with
nerelty colored hems 50c.
Of solid-color linen, hand-embroidered, with
drawn cords In colors 50c.
Of Irish linen, with colored hems and hand
embroidered corners 75c.
Of fine linen, with speke-3titched corners,
Very fine linen Handkerchiefs, Appenzell
embroidered and scalloped $1.00
These are unusually attractive:
Of flne cambric, hemstitched, nnd with an em
broidered perforated initinl in corner G for 75c.
Of Hnen, plain or initialed 0 for $1.50.
Of fine cambric, with colored hem and colored
woven cord border 3 for $1.00.
Of Irish linen, initialed or plain J feT $2.00,
Lurgan linen, with hem in blue, brown or
French srray 6 for $3.00.
Of fine Ballymena linen, hand-drawn, ham
stitched, spoke-stitched or initialed 4 for $3.00.
Of silk pongee, spoke-stitched, and with
drawn colored threads $1.00.
BOYS' Cambric Handkerchiefs, with colored
hems 0 for 75c.
CHILDREN'S colored Handkerchiefs, em
broidered with novel figures 6 for 75c.
CHILDREN'S Linen Handkerchiefs, in
fascinating designs 25c each.
Btitwbrl&r a Clothier Alfle 5. CaW: and Aid 13. Mirkit Stmt
The Gift That Almest Everybody Will Welcome Nowadays!
The devotees of outdoor sports are numberless these days. Almest everybody
young or old, masculine or feminine ha his or her favorite pastime, and a gift of
eme accessory thereto will be sure te please:
Give Ranger Bicycles
Motorbike", with electric Hcrht, stand, horn, "Pathfinder Motorbike", with stand, tools
emrrter, tank and set of tools $49.50. and carrier $39.00.
"Scout" model, with horn, earner, tool bag
Dd tools $44.60.
"Superb" model, equipped with electrie, light,
hem, tool bag and tools $44.00.
"Arch Frame", with tool bag nnd tools $42.
Medel for women and girls $45.00.
"Ranger, Junier", for small boys and girls.
"Pathfinder Camel-back", popular model $37.
"Pathfinder Racer", very light $37.00.
"Pathfinder" for women and girls $89.00.
All medals except the "Racer" are equipped
with coaster-brake and thoroughly well con
structed. May be purchased en the Deferred
Payment Plan, if desired.
Fer the Strenuous Life
Rugby Feet Balls of tough cowhide, in rogu regu rogu
ktlen size $3.50; pebble-grain sheepskin $1.50.
Beys' Boxing Gloves $3.00, $4.50, $5.50 up
te $15.00 a pair.
Rowing Machines, friction type $25.00.
Equipment for home gymnasium, consisting
at? rings, trapeze, stirrups and owing $12.00.
Adjustable Trapeze, of sturdy quality $7JS0.
Adjustable Swinging Rings $7.50.
"Biff," an excellent game for groups taking
physical exercises $15.00.
Punching Bags, of many sorts, range from
$3.50 te $15.00.
Stfhft 4 CUkUr-AUl U. Omtn
TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES
Santa Claus, Toe, with a Boek for Each Bey and Girl
The happiest place in town for boys and girls is the Christmas Tey Stere,
where the Games and Dells and Toys of one's heart's desire are waiting te go te
their nw owners Christmas morning. These are the Toys youngsters like, and the
kinds that parents like te see Santa Claus bring them, well-made Toys of superior
duality, and a great stock from which te cheese.
Walking and Talking Dellop undressed,
urasunl value 18.90.
Sewing Machines little girls can really
use $1.00 te $8.60.
Desks, half price. Chiefly roll-top
style, for boys and girls of 4 te 12 years
$6.00 te $18.00.
Bowling Alleys $1.76.
Priscilla Dell Cradles $1.60 and $2.00.
Lionel Electric Trains, special. Outfits
at $6.25, $10.75, $14.60, $20.75 and $89.50.
Christmas Tree Ornaments, 5c each,
60c a dezen: 10r. nnrVi m en a rirvrn
Every Hebby Herse Reduced new $6.90 te $45,00
Btrnrtriat 4 Clethier-Dmmsnt. Wtw
Large-sue Dell Coaches, worth one
i alf mere $10.00.
China Tea Sets, prettily decorated, 18
jfeceB special, $1.85.
Electric Light Outfits for Tree $1.85
PIANOS THE FAMILY GIFT
Pianos $650.00 and $700.00.
Grands $1150 and $1260.
Reproducing Uprights $1500.
Reproducing Grands $3000.
Easy terms of gradual pa
Hazelton Bres. Pianos
Upright PianeB at $300.00.
Upright Player-Pianos $750.
Reproducing Uprights, $1200.
Reproducing Grands $2000,
Francis Bacen Pianos
Pianos $3f)0, $37C nnd $400
Player-Pianos $550 te JrtOO.
Baby Grand Pianos $700.00.
Reproducing Uprights $900.
nepreuueing Grands $1000.
yments can be arranged for the purchase of any of these Pinnes, If
SB. Btrawbrldr ClethUr Fifth Fleer. VTmt
EASEIEMT TO ROOF-A
L SEE? ICE AND SPIRIT
Concert by the Chorus
9.30 Te-morrow Morning
SECOND FLOOR MARKET STREET
Program for Te-morrow
NAZARETH Gounod. Arr by W. W. Gilchrist
THE FIRST CHRISTMAS Gcrrit Smith
THE NEW-BORN KING Percy E. Fletcher
SAY, WHERE IS HE BORN Mendelssohn
GLORIA, FROM MASS NO. 12 Mozart
KISIH LYONS COOK Seprano
MAROUKRITU CROWELL BAUR Ce He
ISAAC H. CLOTHIER, JR. ..Rader
HERBERT J. TIL5T Conductor
William S. Thunder
t the Sohmer Grand I'lane
Inc!intM Tableaux by memburn of th Stere faintly
(Tlie abeve program will be breadcasted through W V I Radie Station)
Linens for Gifts
Four giftlike groups
from the Linen Stere, every
one an exceptional value:
Hemstitched Linen Damask
Dinner Cleths, figured in
circular design, 6Gx6G $5.00.
Round Linen Centrepieces,
18-inch; embroidered and scal
Bleached Turkish Towels,
of two-ply yarn, colerud
medallion border 50c.
Six yards of Linen Kitchen
Toweling, neatly boxed $2.
A!1m 11 and 12 Centra
Women's Gloves, Includ
ing mocha, and white and
black kid; ether geed shades
In the let greatly under
Children's Gloves cape,
French kid and chamois;
about one thousand pairs
special at $1.00.
XimUm 13 and 13 Mart Strt
Fitted Suit Cases
8 P E C I A Ll Women's
Suit Cases with removable
tray for carrying toilet arti
cles. Of cobra-grained cow
hide, silk lining, anchor han
dle, 20 and 22-inch sizes, fit
ted with handsome toilet arti
cles in shell effect special at
$27.50. A,i, , etatr
Imported Velvet and SilTc
Hand Begs many highly
artistic, individual pieces. This
is our own Importation
every Bag selected abroad by
our own representative.
Unusual frames, ornamental
catches, distinctive shapes and
patterns beautiful variety
$4.50 te $50.00. aa,, 8 c
New Gift Counters
On the Second Fleer,
West Stere, an excellent as
sortment of Hand Bags.
Hand Bags of leather,
velvet, silk and duvetine, in a
great variety of styles and
shapes, and in all desirabla
Party Bexes in black and
colors, attractively fitted
many different kinds for
Children's Bags little
girls adore these. An assort
ment of styles and colors, and
many have vanity mirror just
like mother's 35e te S1.00.
Scen3 Fleer, Wwt
A veriety of these inti
mate gifts for women some
in a holly box. Plain and
striped effects, bandeau typa,
also the longer kind te wesr
with topless corsets. Jessica,
Pansy, De Bevoise. and the
Neme Circlet Brassieres 75e
Third F1et. Martut ltrwt. ft Ml
Down Quilts, $12.50
Seft Down Quilts, fine
aatine covering in Oriental
designs and colorings, with
solld-celor satine border, An
excellent gift item.
All is. rtnr1 titrmt
Starling Silver Pencils with
silk cord, special at 75c. B'.ue.
purple, lavender, gray, jade
nnd Nile green, some deco
rated. Mere than one thousand
in the let, but at Sfip thii
1,-u in a trice.
Alii 10. Ontr
ipine Toilet Articles
J. Dainty gift articles in
attractive boxes th2 boxes
are gifts in themselves.
Sets Toilet Water and Face
Three - piece Rese Sets,
Toilet Water, Perfume and
Five-piece Violet Sec Sets,
In Colonial box, Perfume,
Sachet, Seap, Face Powder
and Toilet Water $1.50.
Five-piece Three Flowers
Sets, Toilet Water, Perfume,
Compact Talcum and Powder
Five-piece DuBarry Sets,
very handsome; Large Toilet
Water, Small Toilet Water,
Perfume, Sachet and Face
Alii a. Ctatr
New is the time te order
Candy for the Christmas
Candy Canes, 5c, 10c each,
and small Canes, 60l a pound.
Clear Candy Toys 35c lb.
Satin finish Candy, 60c and
60c a pound.
S. & C. Chocolates and Bon
Novelty Candy Bexes 10c
Novelties and Favers 35c
Bonbons, Fruits and Choco
lates, asserted 1-pound box
es, 50c; 2 pounds, $1.00; 5
Five-pound Bexes of Choco
Five-pound Bexes of
Christmas Mixtures $2.00.
Handsome Umbrellas of
taffeta with satin border;
blue, gTeen, purple, brown and
black, finished with amber
ferrule and tips, some full
length, amber-color bakelite
handles, ethers trimmed with
bakelite; finished with ring3,
leather straps or cords a
wonderful value at $5.00.
AUl T. Urkt Stmt
Weel Sweaters, $3.50 te
58.50. Sweater Suits of
Brushed Weel at $12.50.
Jersey Cleth Drawer Leg
gings, part-wool, at $2.00 and
$2.50 Jersey Cleth Drawer
Leggings, all-wool, at $3.26 te
55.C0, according te site.
Leather Leggings at $3.50,
$5.00 and $P00. Corduroy
Leggings at $2.50.
Jtlilt . Sitrtat atrt
Lingerie Sets, Special
All our Seta of Vesta and
Step-in Drawers of batiste,
voile and novelty llngeris cot
tons are new $2.00. Many
were twice this price and
mere. White models trimmed
with colored piping or fancy
stitching are lovely. And
jus' as dainty and gift-like.
Incomplete line of sizes. Just
the thing for intimate gifts
$2.00 a set.
TblrO Fleer. wt
Apparel for the Bev's Gift
That new Suit, a Mackinaw, a Raincoat there's many a boy
hoping that Santa Cleus can read his thoughts and that he'll flaJ
clothing among his gifts.
All-wool Twe-Trouser Suits, Special $10.75
Anether shipment in time for gift selection. Fabrics, color
Ings and styles are smart nnd te the boy's liking. Of all-wool
cheviot, with mehnir-lmed coat and two pairs of lined Knicker
bockers. Sizes 7 te 17 years $10.7.-.
All-wool Mackinaw Coats, Special $9.75
Blanket Cleth Mackinaws in geed-looking patterns, with th
kind of deep convertible cellar that turns right up te the edn
of the cap, and with muff pockets. Sizei 8 te 17 years $0 75
Small Beys' Tub Suits, Special--$1.95 '
Sturdy Tub Suits in tan, green, blue or gray, in styles meet
becoming te little boys. Sizes 3 te 8 years $1.95.
Htrawbrlai Cltliiti--SB Flew, rufewt
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