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EYENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA: THURSDAY. DECEMBER Ul 1022
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i THE KINGSLEV PLAN
' 'Were Than a Scheel"
as supreme in
JXSD VICTOR RECORDS
,'. u im n nanea, riayen, m
E.rnducinK Pns and Organs
&' ...rui- -rrnua tmivntn
.fcley Hall, 17th & Walnut
IF Victer Recerde
i On the street rioer
, Weri'Jerful Lance Stock and
J' invlilns Demonstration Parlors
If in' h Tnirfe nIlru
t "' 7lx"irwuciiaw si.
I AWT AMBWtW kw'
JJXJ6 ' nt e unitui.
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ON STJAMES ST,
Region in Vicinity Put Under
Quarantine for Several
Hours ThiB Morning
Assessed 950 Each for Dumping
Plnchet Campaign Literature
Vincent Kgnn nnd William J. Tler-
ney, former mnll cnrrlers In Glrnrdvllle,
were breiiptht befere .fudge Dicker-
son In the United States District
Court here yesterday te answer
charged of dumping n lend of I'lnchet
campaign literature Inte the waters In
stead of delivering It te Schuylkill
County voters. The technical count en
the Indictment te which they pleaded,
guilty was "detaining the innili." 'Iliey
were fined SfiO each.
Purchased en my
puienien uilh email
weekly or msniAlj
1531 CHESTNUT ST. ft"
-138 S. 52d St. Et"""'-
'See It Today!
More than 1000 residents of the rl.,
cinlly of Thirty-third nnd Walnut
htrccts found themselves enclosed by a
police smallpox quarantlne when they
aweke this morning.
Three cases "of small-pox were dis
covered at 3235 St. James street late
yesterday. At 0 o'clock this morning
twenty-live doctors of the City Health,
Bureau started vaccinations In (he
The doctors went from house 1e
house reusinc sleeecrs and requiring'
everybody te submit (e an examination.
All these who had net been inoculated
were vaccinated. The physicians, who
reported finding no new cases,' com
pleted the examination nt 0:15 o'clock
this morning and the quarantine lines .'"
8eventy-flve police were kept busy
shortly aft the breakfast hour re
straining early workers from leaving
the quarantine zone. Workers insisted
that they had te get te their dally
labors and In many instances tlier were
restrained with difficulty until thn
examination was complete.
i Thcre wcr no student houses within
the roped-oft section.
The section under quarantine bordered
en Franklin Field nnd Is bounded by
Larchwood avenue, Walnut street,
Woodland avenue and Thirty-fourth
and Thirty-third streets.
While physicians under police escort
were moving from heuse te house,
scraping bared arms and Injecting
serum, Orace Ilughes, twenty months
old, 3239 Lembard ytrcct, ran a nail
in her feet.
Mrs, Frank Hushes, the child's
mother, went te a medicine closet and
by mistake toel: a bottle of ncld In
stead of disinfectant. The acid burned
thn baby's feet.
The mother started with tlirchlld for
the University Hospital, but was halted
by patrolmen, until the situation was
Fannie Iluskin, colored, contracted
the disease December 1, according te
health authorities, while working us a
domestic in a Seuth l'hiladelphla home.
I She berame 111 at the St. .lames street
' ,1 11 I..-- C l.n I.....U.....I
Edwin, and another weraan, Lttcielle
Ve I'urce, who lives with them, con
traded tins disease. The Health De
partment had net been no tilled of the
first case, police xr.
The health authorities were net noti
fied of the cases until yesterday. They
went immediately te the liotfse and
removed the three patients te (he
I Hospital for Contagions Disease.
JASCHA HEIFETZ GIVES
Talented Yeung Russian Player Ap
pears at the Academy of Music
.Tascha Heifetz, the talented young
Russian violinist, gave a recital at the
Academy of Music last evening before
an audience which was wiflieiently ap
preciative, but which did net meamire
up in slze te thess which have grueted
this astounding -performer In the pnxt.
The program was one which nt lirst
' fight did net seem te offer the beet
.(medium for the exhibition of the pnw-
1 ! era of the plnjer. He be?an with the
' Sard nl eoncerte in l. miner, anil lei
I THESE ARE THE DAYS THAT fci. 1
TEST ROOFS jt W;(
Sleet, rain and snow will find the flUvj
IBTClWr i "Tenr noet" Is 9 free boeklotUhat lBaV
mmmmtggr.' (c 0j a nr,n. t;)rirnntred reef Inlil ml fl2k
BBBaip at leas than cost of reneatcd repnlrs. W BBBBK
I'AliT! - ' RtHrtAn.tn.gnHrPl. Jr
The Steve of a Millien Gifts
Stere Opens 9 A. M.
Stere Closes 6 P. M.
MARKET CHESTNUT :: EIGHTH NINTH
Thursday, Dec. 14, 1922
!Q. R. S.ROLLS
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limn you betUi
rm.rmcnt n hiciv
miiy Im ut Jg
All we ask
is that you
purchase e f
and 12 Rolls
of your own
5265, $395, $485
Te your Heme immediately
MYERS F. HALL
(IIWeit Thleli Atr.l
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thai we are
te please .
I33rt WIDENER BUILDING
v jmiJiii! ijiuni'j
Relax Frem the
Cares of Business
CSini! 1h fairlnattnc AVerM cf
- Hadle f.r u whlle f.acli 0i atti
Wr th .fnTrt. Irtiim. rianre
Metlc -nd ftrmem thut ar lelne
frU(ica.'j from far and ntar.
Eef.n"r "'. 1 Itiillela nUr re.
nil'. T" """:? antnna. A aUnpla
blwr lecp neks up tlm slgnili.
'Inn te In.iall u Itaillalu
Frank H. Stewart
25-37-39 N.7ih St. l!lW
E(.or. ;tli ft riibert Win.-
Relieved Without the Use
v of Laxatives
;"Jfl Ih it luhrluuit net
mcillcine or liiamhc no
.,J,,cn " " wnstlpalcil,
" fneiiRli or Nnture'H lu-n;ailnj-
liquid M unHluivd
li.i"0 l",'v', " ,e,r '"
wa wtste beft nnd inevinir.
IllrjlUKO II UllH
llUe thin iiatu
rnl I ii hi-1 en nt
mill lliiiM re-
liliuiw II. W
a'leweil thltJ with the fr-ldeni heard but
1 beautiful concerto In A major et .Mo .Me
1 zurt, in which he played the slew move meve
j ment In unusually tender style. Neither
I Mozart nor Xardini mad" any tech
I nienl demands upon a performer of the
lteii'etx technical ability, but. for that
i matter, nethltic, no matter hew diffi
cult, ever nppears te be hard for him
te perferin, se perfect is the co-ordination
between linger and bow arm and
se impeccable the execution.
Mil third appearance wnn in a group
I of shorter number'?, nn udauie bv (Jla
' zounew, the brilliant salterolle of
, Wienlawskl, cum of the mest dlfll.ult
of the maller pieces of any compeer,
lyinp none tee well en the fincer beard,
, ceiuiderlnc the composer and in an
'awkward l;ej. His performance wai
,a toiir-de-l'erce of violin plnyins, usIiir
' almost every known resource of thn in
strument. The "Waves at Vln" of
I Orase preve.1 e popular that It. had'
! ti be immediately repeated, ami that it
was done as well the m'cend time as the j
I nri speiiKs mueji ier me Mennine'H r.nu
niuiity et tlie soloist. The iiclirew
melody of Aacliren and ."arasite's Ha-
; l)anera completed thn prnup. and the
cnimert closed with a hevenata of
Scambatl ami tlm perpetual motion of
The most slcnilirnnt fealure of .Mr.
Heifetz'H playing wan nor bin amazing
tecumque, Detn in execution ami tope,
for he has ahvayn had that ; but the
marked .improvement he has made in
the last year in real arlHtrv. Hereto-
I fore It has been his province te dauzle'
ny nn iinnvnicti vielinli-tic prelieleney
i wither than te charm by interprelu-
lien: but Inst eveuiiip. especlnllv in tlie
Mozart, there were many w t where
I one lebt dght of thn Kvcatnc;jj of rlie
performer in the work of the nr'ii.
BIG ANTHRACITE INCREASE
FOR NOVEMBER REPORTED
l Mere Than 1,000,000 Tens Shipped
Than In Same Menth In 1921.
Shipments of anthracite for Ian Ne.
vember, as reported te the Anthracite
llurcau et jutormntien, amounted le
, 0, 420, 102 srefs tens, a compared with
....in.'ii tens uiirlnc the correspond
ing month last year an mcrea( of
November of this e.ir showed a slight.
cicep'ium M'em me prercrtlnc month of
uciener or ii,l'u tens, whlcli is at.
trlbutftl te IieIIiIhjs duriiiK tlie month.
im) .nciu'j niiiuneuis ier ine nays
mi! mines wnre in operation in .evem.
her -exceeaea tuoe of Ucteber. .
, Mupments Uy erielnatlnc curriers
I were as toiiewa:
N'rn '2 Viii' "l
1 3iM,tim .(il7.4(i(i
1.101.. HO lOS.T.IT
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lit 'WO lliCHIA
ail. 111! Li'( 135
:"TIIE RIGHT WAY'
Just Suit Me!"
Mew often you hear some one make a remark like
that when looking through some ether person's glasses.
It's a hundred le one thai the borrowed glasses are mere
pewerful: ihey magnify: hence the expression of satisfac
tion. It illustrates ,i deplorably common misconceptien''
of the purpose of glasses.
Glasses are net intended te enlarge or in any way
distort objects te the eye. They are wholly and solely for
the purpose of enabling you te sec accurately and without
strain. A physician will tell you that glasses which de
mere or less than this are net only useless, but dangerous
and only nn oculist (eye physician) may be safely in
trusted te treat your cyea and prescribe glasses.
"Kenr family physician's advice is safest''
PHILADELPHIA GUILD OPTICIANS
.tec tce'HMi'itiiVd bn the Muiical T'ref-s--'n
le fill prescription.
Is inur epHr'uif a iin'Hibei' of tliia rmlil'
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NT-NOT A LAXATIVE
Army Aviator Unhurt In Forced
Landing at Beverly, N, J.
An army airplane was flvinc ever
lleverly. X. .1.. yoMerdav afternoon
.vheii the piisIue suddenly went dead.
The plane, which wiih driven by I, leu.
tenant Heward Norris. V. S. A., was
'.'SOU leet up.
Norris poiiiled (lie ue.c of his ma ma
ihlne tow aril the earth iiliil velnlaiicil
down. He had no chance te pick out
a beft landing place and crashed into
peach trees in the orchard of William
Iloekstra, n mile from the river. The
plane was dsmaged, but Lieutenant
NerrW was unnurt,
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