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yire's Harmony Dinner Gets
Rude Jelt by Next Gever- ?
PEOPLE TO HAVE REAL VOICE
By a S(e ferrMMiirfciit
Wsslilnstun, Dcc' 1". CeiiRrcfrsmnn
V're ksvc n dinner Inst nlglit in honor
j Gmcriter-rleet ritieliet.
There were flowers nml foeil
nuili-. teft "Khl "" B0" '
Ii wan u delectable dinner njid a liar
. .,..., fill snltllir-
noniei ci i"" ....-.
Thi-ir "re ..nrlinriiie Mprrrlir.e.
lioneu'l words, litre little philosophical
(111 U(V HlUIIUffl "I VIJ.IHI-
llie fully of lilnylntf u lone
"JJ.,.',..-. nr., nil set for
. -rim mill down the points of his
Md test, unleiibh a
inille, and tay :
"Gentlemen, 1 am with J en. Count
B. at one of ou. If there's one thing
I am mere than an thing else. It's reg
ular. Drep in te see me in llarrisburg.
The latch ftring'a out."
ui . . , ., . .... 'evcrwiu'iiniiiK. n iumei nn , .mi
t. .I'.n't liminpn that. war. lhiitu..i... i ...- .t.- .., . .. . "
ii "" :,' ,, li.i , , i
dlntrrlrMiii1b;. nil pe It cinnf.-d.d
ie uiiin.- ii i.n-. '! mm
J.ll !.(-. kllMl
Hilt lie refused te Men.
TuKiml with n pintle en in face
t gleam In hi J rjr, (nuenter-elect I'in I'in
"I nhuest regiel te sec the tune come
when I hnll ha" te dclixcr the kicks
flat are coining and tliej'ie coining."
There'll He (he Deuce te Paj '.
And from around the tables, from
these who knew of Mr. I'lneliet's plans.
arae the werd:
"He'll r.'itee Hecuba at llarrliburg;
Jtrh him." " , . ,
Mr. Pinehet uttered a blunt wnrnmg
te the powers In rennsyhania politic?,
jatherwl for the dinner, that he Intends
te seek his own counsel, blase bis own
trail and put the inteiest', of the people
of the State ahead of that of the Organ Organ
Harmen was the watchword of the
dinner- harmony and the Organization.
Almest without exception the noenk neenk
rs laid stress en the Organization's
contribution te Mr. PIcliet'H election,
en the urgent need of regularity and
co-operation, and again en the shining
qualities of the Republican State Organ
lotion in Peuiislvnuia.
If the pregnim had been deliberately
designed te intimidate i,r impress Mr.
rinelmt with the Organization's
strength inni unity. i( could net have
ben liiiiined upon.
In ibe mid.-t of it Mr. Pinehet de
"It inn .t be reciigiiizrd thai the Stalt'
A'lntitnstiatieii will rise nr fn Ils it '
lias tlic barking of nil the people uf the ,
Cemmuiiwcalth. M. pledge j, te tlie1
Pep!e. And I de net mean te csap- i
reint their faith. I
"I propose te Maud Mpiniely feri
tleir interr.'; and against any 'oilier j
lnterrt wbntsi-exer. I ptopese jis neiirl)
It I can te gic tliem a i-euarc deal. ' !
Wants lllglil Kind of Help , j
"I ireeguie lltf. nred of lirlp. I ,
Wflmnie it. ct I inuM keep in mind .
that the interests of the people ef1
reniiMlwinia arc paramount." I
sain Iir said:
"The pledges that bate come te me
time tli election arc ery weleeuie.
I ni'cepl .liem nt their face alue. junl
rtdll continue te de se at. long h (be
ptrfermaiirc square with the iiromfeu.
"If I am given support in my pre- I
grim, ns I Innc been preniiscd.' there
Piil he no need te iiuarrel wi'h anv I
rrem tlie sideline mine word that !
Mr. I'mellet'M ivnei'imiin ii illi , Iw. i
Organisatien leadera en the selection of
tke ne.t Speaker of the Heuse left hi,n
mere coin inre,) than eer that it would
bp hia wisest course te cheese his own
ai'ies rattier than hnve them .lieseu
for him. nnd furthermore te let the'
State knew thev are his selections first '
and tlie Organization'?! if it i boefes j
te go along t creud. '
I'n t'.iddle Ills Own lanee
Aside fiem tlie uetlie te the Organ
Uaiii'ii of 111- intention te piidilie bis'
ejv.i ramie in the troubled wnter-i at
Hnrri'biug. Mr. Pinehet told of his
Plan, te reerganise the State tieveni- ,
mnit and trim its evpenditiires te meet
tlie limitations of il.s levenuex. He
told ('eiig-iMiinu Vnre nr.il the ether
K'jtsts he would welcome their n sist
nee mi I'ln-r.vlng out bis program, lb
Hid lie weu'd trj te give the Sfite h
feed nilmtiilsti.itien. and n the end of
his four e:ii-s as tioverner wauteil te
go tislimg ' ,
lednj Mr. Pinelmi m ,n en
PfcM'Jent Harding, making his first
TiMt Knre In., election. He will lunch
with Scn.iters Hied. Pepper, f.enrnet
Dd etlnr friends at tlie fnjdtel
Among the pic,ts :u tlie dinner Pr0
B'eretmy e Hie Tre.ibiiry Mellen, who
dclined te make a sp(och : Seeict.ir
"f Lalnir H.ni , Senater-, Peppei nd
Iteed. Ilepnl.lic.il, .e,n..,. Meinb II of
'lie Heuse ( Iniii-iii.in Madden, of the
'ou ' V'l Pii.'tiiiiisCeuiiiilllen men'.
brs of ih. Pcui.fjlvaiii,, congrcssiemil
).esatif.ii mid n luiM'e'l.ineeu nsM.-t
meat et guest from Piitsburgli, Pbih-.
wlnhia ami Harrllmrg.
W. Hnrr.v I laker and etlier figures
premiiiciit in the s,t.M0 oiganizatieii
Me hen- Se were i be traders of the
Waller G. Becker
l-UIS, BAIM ROBLS
1 OLLARS, CUrFS
U.OTHING. CANES. (.APS
1-VENING DRESS VESTS .
CARTERS. GOLF COATS
HOSIERY. HOUSE COATS
NIGHT SHIRTS. NECKWEAR
OFFICE COATS. OVERCOATS
SHIRTS READY TO WEAR
SHIRTS MADE TO MEASURE
SCOTCH WOOL VESTS
, . Cerner of 11th & Chestnut I
Vnrn nrennirJitnn i. tii.iu Ji. . ...
Leslie, of I'illfcbiirgh, was ene' nf 'theso
jtiiu .rrei jiir iMiivc iiearO and drank
in .'in iiiKUOl H MOI'MS.
Hcguhrs Talk "IteularH"
Senators l'epprr nnd Hewl and Con Cen
Rressman Vnre and eilm dwelt en I he
ncccwilty or devlniliilily of co-etiorntion
regularity, icninwiirk and orRaiilzntlen!
It is only when "the freedom of (he
Independent and (he rcirulnritv of (m
OrBniilzntlen" are hrdimhl leRetlic'r (hat
the best results are achieved, Senater
lVjiier adtimnifhed (he Kiict of heimv.
Again h' wis told by the Senater
Hint only by "iircoininndatien ()f rv
te lytic tenilieriiinent te liiiinermm'.ni.
Miltll te ilrlt." Ih micccm pewdbln in
Mieiir iiiinii'H. i ne "nxtilieranee
ndivldnal mils! be entlent willi
mex iiif lillra-i'eiiM'ivatlfin,"
Pnhlini' fllrtllnr iilianm-ml
Senntur Heed. pmphiisiltiR (be leynltv
of the Oruanlziitleii In the elections, said
of J'inihet nnd the Organization :
"They put him across with con cen con
fpiciiens Mireen, nnd the Organization
is going te de its level best te nialie the
new Administration en a conepleiiens
Tn his speech as (nasi imiMrr Mr.
Vnn dealt frankly with the guberna
torial primary in TViinys Ivnitiii, f,'i
ing", "There were Miriens mint.s of view
as (e who Hint candidate iJmulil he.
The gilCBt of the evening had one point
of view. There were ntheis, including
myself, who had another point of iew.
These differences were adjusted (. tlif
primary election after that geed old
American fashion, the ruin nf tlm nm.
"lly e plurality which, Hhile net
overwhelming, was substantial, Mr.
i i coot (ii'caiie iiic uuurrnni r a nein-
of hp j,,,,,,,,,.;,, ,,nrt,. , Venn.
Mlrnnin. nm n9 i nntn In V,....
l' .,,,. f .,-, ,,, ". .':.",.
lil.OOO was icu'ic( in Philadelphia.
vvn organizaiien jd'piiiiitennr. in
I'hilnilelpliiii fellow an inviolable rule.
We niiikc our light for the eiuididntesi
we favor at the primar.v fleetie Hav
ing made our tilit, however,, at the
primary, like geed s-pertw we m pt
the lestilt. and give our very beft
effort h 1n .the I'lisulng general election
for I lie candidates designated by the
"Mr. Pinehet had our vigorous oppo
sition in tlie priinnry. He Imd 0ur
undivided support in tlie general elec
tion. In tlie work which lies before him
be will have all tlie hrlp (Inn the
Ilepnblicati organization enn properly
give him. Ter hi self, I Imp., te de my
Complete ashertment of all tlte latest
American and British styles., freiy Great (.'oath
te Dre.-iH Oveiveiits, in all the, approved fnh
rier., colors find weiclils for weather, hiisines
or formal iiccapieiH. Tailored te our hipli
slandaidh b I lie Merld':. aeknewledjreil
Musters?, and Rivinir ou everythiiijv tin Ovet
coat f-lieuM have and that yen can wish for.
Suits that v iU fit perfectly into every
day-time occasion. Medels and fahries thai
are the very hest for Miiartnrr.s and service
ability. Specially selected styles and patterns
for ' yeiirnr men, and many ethers equally
adapted for 1111.11 who will net lie old in spirit,
1 334-1 336 Chestnut Street
IS SHOT IN HEAD
William Gould, Weunded 'Twice
in Germantown Affray Early
HIS CONDITION SERIOUS
.WilMam rieuld, twenty-one jenrs
old, 151 Wct Price street, (iermati.
town, an onlooker nt n llglijt between,
a man snid (e be Albert Mnlrre. a,
West Tndlnn, and .Tames Morten, 14?!
West Price itrcel, it Xcgre. wiih siiet
and probable faintly wounded early (his
morning. He Is in it serious condition
In (.iermnntewn Hospital.
The fight wan caused by Morten's
refusal te admit tlie Wet Indian te
a part being held nt Hie home of
Mrs. Jehn Ilrewn, nt llii-West Price
Mntere became insistent tlint he be
admitted and iieunded en the deer after
It bad been closed In his face by Mor Mer Mor
eon. The latter, te ilrle the West
Indian away, obtained n pistol and
returned te the deer.
Mntere seized the run from him nn.l
fired at the Negro llve times. Twe i
of the bullets entered iieuld'a bead,
and another riftcred his back ns be I
turned and ptaited te run after being
bit the first, time. I
Tlie West Indian disappeared after i
llie sheeting mid tlleis describing him
were sent out b.v peliee of the tier-
maulewii station. He vvns nrrnsled later
this morning at Thirteenth nnd l.em- j
hard strectw liv Patielmnn rrnsler. of
the Twelflb and Pine streets Millien, i
and will be given n bcnriiig tedny.
At the (icriuiintewn Hospital it was
said today that Oeuld is in n serious
condition. Although shot twice through
the head, he in net uticonseietis.
Gems Stay at Laundry
.Icwelr.v worth ?H00, placed among
soiled clothes rent te a Inumlr . failed
te return with tlie laumhred iletbing.
Isadora Kwatc. IISII Seutli I'eurtli
'street, told police tedav. Among the
1 jewels were diamond .lnrl itiids. n geld
vnteh and cjinin nnd a lavallieie. I
'V'0'"1 iane' lf V.JI can bu:.?
XXM. -y or meniiuy
. .....?, Le.iiv.il auu LiIdiiici i in u ii in ;
A well-made Player-Piane, if carefully handled, will last from 25 te 33 rears
and be a constant source of pleasure and entertainment te its ewnere
STYT FThn..?Tningha,7 N-P11"0." manufactured with the celebrated REO
.SrYLE patents, owned and controlled exclus vely bv us, in our meHrrn wii
equipped I factory. Se perfect in construction is this fnaSumentThS a child ni
play with all the expression of the master composer himself.
Every Player-Piane we manufacture has a double valvA n.i, a i
2uS-Jh T h T'hedy ta,k ye,u &wMtAtel
action, as it has net the power or endurance if it had. whv shrmlH w r!j .
as much money in developing a double valve action? C Spend tW'C0
The very fact that for ever a quarter of a centurv we hnv hn rr
$10 ,000.00 for a better piano than the MATCHLESS I lNINGH JL ShSln"
sufflcient proof nf its quality! -wUNCHAM should be
All our instruments are priced from 20 te 30 ner cent lnwr th .. i
ss2rr.(wheU,er ,;irh'u or "? can afrerd te SSisrjriz
CASH, OPEN BOOK ACCOUNT OR EASY PAYMENTS
1 1th and Chestnut Sts.
i Factery: 50th and Parkside Avenue)
Teresa- iMcMceliln. forty-six yems
old, or OCO North Tenth Mreet, C feet
!J Inches (nil, 1 HO pounds, gray eyes,
Idnek hair, brown rent, blue one-picce
dress, black uliees and stockings.
Fred Ilolle. twelve, of l'.MO Seuth
Thirty-third street. 1 feet 0 inches tall,
sVvonty-llve pounds, blue serge suit,
blue cap, brown shoes, black stockings.
Jehn .Marine, sixteen, 7:1," Seuth
Handelph street, 5 feet 1' Inches tall
tl.iik hair, dark ejes, dark suit, light
Inn Mventcr. Uglit cap. brown shoes.
Clmi-lr Kllllnn. ivventy-twe, -.'OOO
Seutli Wnipsett street. T feet 0 Indira
tall, 170 pounds, blue e.ves, sandy
hair mixed with gray, blue suit, bind;
All plntlnuh l$nnrr rin
containing tue lartn Hlammtda
and our umallrr diamonds.
CHOOSE NOW '
Our Chrlntmas steeks of lirll
llintlr brantltul dlamendn mennteit
In illttlnctlTe rlnis of rlntlnnm and
telrt are mere eemrlet and rarer
1 wider mtiKe of Tlnm thuti eter
liefere. Krerr Mitchell Diamond
! (iiaranted eiact)7 aa reprc. ,
A milt depD'lt vltt reen vttur
trleeUen until (7ftrtfiiii,
Ditncni f'nlalea rnt FREB
37 S. 8th St.
Socks make easy mailing
as well as useful Christmas
A splendid variety in
wool, silk, cotton, lisle
some with contrasting
Alse Scottish and Eng
lish golf hose soft as
r'nuiplrt.' list ft' I". hristiuai .iit;5 .iit;5
tieim mailed en request.
Stere Hours 5.-.7C te 0
FERRO & COMPANY
Rogers Pcet Clethes Exclusively
Chestnut St. at Juniper
nc' Mffh-srade and cnarantecd
payments, with several de.cn
All Makm f
We arm the Only Piane Manu
.faetarert in Penna. Fameui for
Selling from Factory te Heme
overcoat, gray, beh iimi, mhii-k ru
I,,, ulif.na linu nrtlilileil 1ef(hllllfl.
""i.r""'.." .:;;i .:.' :.,:
iiinry ii:rriiiitr, prriii.-':e. v.".
West Huntingdon street, fi feet "1
InelicH tall. 1117 jietinrts, light complex
ion, brevfii hair, brown ccs, blue
coat, with black soft cellar and cuffs,
silver cloth hat, black falin slippers.
1343 Chestnut Sired
Select your penenal
Greeting Cardi and we will
t encrave them from yetir
' plnte in 24 hours.
Charles Barney Burt
'25 Rrnl Estnla Truit Blrftr.
HP,a'f'A&'i!tftghoiie Walnut I.MttiP.attl.'AVrit'j';
"Out of sight, out of
mind" says the adage.
The consistent advertiser
never permits his name
te be forgotten.
The Helmes Press, 'Printers
IJ1S.:9 Cherrv Street
Tl-ie radiance of The Polished Girdle Diamond will
be mere fully appreciated by direct comparison
with ether diamonds -fteld only by this Establishment
Bar Pins Lavallicrs
Hand Bags Manicure Sets
Qvernlqht Baqs, Fitted and
Silver Cups Benks Napkin Bands
Porridge Spoons Bewle and Plates
Porringers and Platen Rattler,
Brushes, Mirrors, Combs, etc.
Knives, Ferks and Spoons
eti the Seles of
tuur Shoes ia a
Thev Are Rtffht
At ;i Very Lew
Price for Oualitv
The utmost in valuc
givintr for styles that
arc new and correct
.sLV.O Quality ,Silk and
Weel Guaranteed Silk.
1204 - 06
ii Contains hy far tlic largest and most com
plete as?eiiment of really choice creation?
in Overcoats in this citv.
thing of the ordinary type lias no ap
I te us wc have built a tremendous
njsincss by our policy of t atering te dis
riminating buyers men who hnem geed
lething and will take nothing elsr.
development of this growing busi
e have found it necessary te gie
increased space te our clothing de
nt hent-c, our rcccntlv cnl.it cod
ir second fleer salesroom will be
all the worthwhile styles in Over
or this season. All models are of
vest and most highly favored types
ens. single and double breasted
nnd C hesteifielrl I IUive i l r
and with belt all around. ' Plain
Iders and Raglans.
arc made of Imported and Demestic Bca-
.h1C,1lan'ls.'.Ch!llc.l,illaf- lysiars and Irish
velch Uicviels in A vide Variety pf colors in
tones of browns, tans. nm. nJ i ..
. till . ' t"V- "MSI I..UH-II
hae plaid backs in original designs and
1 here arc hardfaccd fabrics for the man
ants semethuiB durable and serviceable, and
aft. fleecy, warmlh-witheut-ueisht fabric
te imc s en;c
Priced $30 te $95
JACOB REED'S SONS
1424-1426 Chestnut Street
1 1 1 .
in Patent Celt
in Patent Celt.
- Black Calf
in Patent t nit
THE BIG SHOE STORE
- 08 Market Street
well te tailoring and th
... - - ..... t - -
Sink In ,
We den'l want te sell
any man who thinks feri
a second that he can de
as well elsewhere. Wc
stand pat en the slate
menl that our Superb
Value policy saves you
$5 te $12 and even mere
en any Suit or Overcoat
you buy here.
v 1: K K Y s
Keep this at the front of
your memory for con-'
stant reference: Our
Super-Value Policy of
saving you many dollars
applies te every single ar
ticle in this store from a
pair of pure worsted
trousers at $5.25 te the
Mentagnacs, made our
way, at $85.
at our Super-Value Prices
$28 $33 $38
PERRY & CO.
16th and Chestnut
SUPER - VALUES
in Clethes for Men
Roots and Arctics for Family
1 nlui. ;.5i
'Ilk llneil he
"I'K- and It
nhmrrp, t at
ter and Twerl; a !
11- Rfpulur jC
val'ie 10 pO
3eys' Black Rubber
and Girls' Beets
s2 e $5
Rubber Toys, 25c
i tillilrrii' , Kulilwr. OOr
Jl") Hlilr II. tS
1 iiillf-.' Uiilibfn, ii.oe
""' 'I 11.(10
KiiMirr (.leit.,, 60c
'I t I 1 erdrr.
Illlril If nr
Men's $8 Raincoat, $3
Men's & j Imp. fiabar- Jeg
Women's t dines J 15 t. CO
v in Mttetn ur imvt ir
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tr Mf . . .
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"820 CHESTNUT ST.