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CI SLEUTH SAYS BR
Mildred Blank, Who Caught
Man With Raiced Bill, Praised
by U. S. Agents
HELD SUSPECT IN STORE
gwnlPcii'jMr-eM MiMrcil I'lntik,
vrliem Fcili'rnl Kerict SoitIce h.tpiiIx iii-p
pralsinp for tier Hever vml in detf-l-In;
nml rnptiiriiiR 11 twin tlipy believe
te have rns.spil murli counterfeit money
In l'liilnilrlpliln, 'ces imtliiiiK Pxlrnnr-
diimry In tier f''t. '
Vesterdav 'In' Kill 1eU'teil n niNeil
hill ns It N'T pnfil ever I lu rutiiifcr
te tier fn her fnllu-r'n flnllpn Icp'-imi "fore
at Seventh street iitul Snyih-r nveniie.
Hbe iletnliuil the man mm trtiie. II
.'...ii! ln.r fntlicr inn for n nelii'cmnn.
When the ieliee:nnii arrived hIic vuii
w iiRiiiK in"" 'I'0 man's euiittnll te)
held him. Up hml menine lireil nt lier
eenverfiilien nntl uus nbeut te leave the
The man. .leseiili Mel'mlilen. a
Verie, ii believed te he riHpeiiKible fur
many of the ml-eil S- hill- (lint hae
been pawd In l'liiladelpliln reeently for
"When the limn rnme in," Mildred
fjnlnined this imirnhtic, "he had the
bill folded up. 1 bcrnine suspicious by
the wa he handed it te me because I
had been lending In the papers nbeur
the number nf rnhed bills that hove
been paced here.
"I looked nt it and It looked nil right
is far ns- I reuld nee. (if eeur-e 1
couldn't examine It cloudy or he would
Jinve become tuiepicieuH, se I made an
excuse te (,' into n hark room for
rhnnRe. Unfit tlieic, father nnd I
looked nt It again and paw it was
rfllrd. I told him te rail n pellecmnn
and I would talk te tin- man nnd held
him until Hie policeman nrriveu.
It seemed ns though dail would I
rerer find one. I talked about ever.
thing I could think "f nnd showed the
Mnn nil bl,wl.i nf nrtfr'lcM vn linvn fnr I
JUllfl mi '" ,,..-.. ... ....... ....
ale. Then I ran out of subjects te talk
about and lie was nbeut te lenve. I
aught his (eat te held him and just
then the pelii email cume in and leek
"It vviisn't nnj tiling. I vvnsn't
fcand a bit hcr.uiRP I knew he didn't
1'isreet the reason I vvrw detuining him
MiTmlilcn told police he had received
the raiMil bill from a stranger.
FIRE STIRS CAMDEN
Smoke Alarni3 Family and Fire En
gines Awake Neighborhood
A lire which did hut ?- damage
cuuM'd excitement en Klin street,
Camden, at ! o'clock tills morning.
Cu II Uobin.seii, at .'II H Kim street,
was awakened by smoke. Ile rescued
Lis wife and five children nnd u sister
who lives with the family, thin turned
In an alarm which brought out (ire
fishting apparatus Mint clanged down
(he street and awakened many peiten.
An overheated furnace caused the
REVIVE SEARCH FOR MAN
WHO DISAPPEARED IN 1915
Sister Says Saloonkeeper Saw Or
vllle N. Peters Recently
Seai h fur (IrviHe N. 1'oters. miss
ing fcii.in I'.ll.l. h.is been reiel with
repeMs I, th,. Detective Itiirenu bv his
lster Mrs, A. 1'. Adeliniin. of 1(17
I'rne .iveiiue, Naibei'tli. tlmt the min
ing man was seen at Sixth street and
I.elngli avenue a few dnjs age by Chris
Kelillri'. M saloonkeeper of Pert.v
sfVMHii s(.pt nfj Woodland nveniie.
Mrs. A lelmaii said that she had heud
nothing of her lirnlliii- since Christine.!!
night. I'll.-,, when he ctlleil at the
apnrtini'it where he ihen lived with
her mother at ."::,". Seuth I'lft.v-siMh
tree!, and asked fn'- meiie.v . l'Hei' is
fert-ein j ems old,
I.nur.i Iiiish, a fourteen -j enr-eld
till, wa- rejiinipil ie the poll e of the
Relglniln 'ind ClmriHd stieets ivilice
Mntien as nii-Mni; fiein hei home, li7l!7
I'nM Jteiks street, since September Jl
The g.il s nietiici is- III
Si'.'iMh also ha In en hegiiu for How Hew
ard I". Shaw, tliliiy-iiii,', nil oversells
telrrnn. who .isiiipenie I ChrlMtnii
Kve fi i,m his home nt T! 1 l'muhferd
DIES AFTER SHOOTING SELF
Despondent Bearder Told Police He
Was Tired of Dying
ILiriv Herman, fiirtv-five venis e'd.
Who hn! hiiii-icli veMeuinv ultenienli
t tin hunie of his einplevcr. Charles A
Illsbiiig. 2121 Columbia nveniie, died
today In tip. Weniun's Homeopathic
Hernmii li.nl ben vveil.ing as .i
plumber's helper. He left the shop ves
terdnj afternoon and went te a dining
room in the Itisbing home, when- he
bearded. A few minutes. later l!ibiug
heard a shot. He teuiul Herman en the
llOllP. 11 wviiKee 111 lilu linml II, ....,.
-, -. .. .,.. ... .... Illltlu, II, '11111(11
was sent te the hospital wlieie he died .
at 12:;;u o'clock this morning. He had i '
told polne he was tired of living.
MONDAY IS TAG DAY
Aute License Numbers for 1923
Must De en Autes Then
Motorists will lie compelled te use'
their new 102.'! license tags beginning I
nejet Monday according te an announce- i
Jiicnt .vesterdny by Superintendent of I
Police Mills. I
The superintendent said moterNta '
who have net the new tags or who'
aie unable i show that they maile ap- I
plicatiens for the license in time biitli
eunt te cinble the State Hlghwuv Mil
lean te deliver the tags bv the liist of!
the ejr will be urrested.
CKIJMANI ntKi:iN(l WAH I'P.IHONEn"
..ft I'HseiifiH et ellixr rur, a but bem nf
tneBf who were tuMmr trlpil fm war irlm.
i,r,. lnt'iin.e H II four"! vvrlten (loin
lirlln ihm th nurvlvlns elll.'rr of llie nub.'
nrirlne wlii,i lllnK t,r lislinnl.i Ims !en
V. Ferelsn Nhiyh Dlapaichen occupy
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v ft I tail! t lilt. i
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of sending out a blotter
each month? Wc de.
Ask us about it.
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I - sn
rermerly Mi. le(cr Cooper Hew
itt. of New Yerk, he Is allowed
until fiiiinary 22 te file answer te
suits for 814.01)11. After that dale
lawyers .say her annual Income will
MARKSMAN IN AMBUSH
Camden Police Hunt Man Who
Sheets at Passersby
Cnmden police are searching for n
mini who frequents n peel room nt
Seventh nnd Vim Heek streets nnd
bhoets at passersby.
Tin; Inst victim te repot I is heuis
Gray, of 758 Central avenue. Camden.
He told police Mint as be passed the
place early this morning he was shot
In the leg.
THIEVES ORDER WATCHMEN
BACK AFTER ROBBERY
Brandish Guns and Escape With
$350 In Watches of Uptown Stere
Geld watches valued nt S"."i) vverc
stolen by window smashers nbeut 3
o'clock tills morning from the depart
ment store of James U. Gillies, nt the
northwest comer of lhe.id street and
Twe men I'uievv n brick through one
of tlie show windows en Susquehanna
nveniie. While the;, were busily en
gnjtcd In gathering up watches, of
which they obtained seven, two watch
men of the steie. I'red Urittlngliain
and Gorden C. Kile, ran out. As they
approached the thieves tied te the mid
dle of Susquehanna avenue, dievv guns,
nnd erdeied the two empleyes haik
into the store. Then the. robbers es
caped. According te .lames W. Gillies,
n member of the tirm, this is the eighth
time !i window has been robbed this
GIRL TAKES POISON
Recovering In Cooper Hospital,
Camden, Frem Effects of Dese
Marien Merris, seventeen .vears old.
730 1'ierkley street, Camden, is in Cooper
Hospital recovering from poison which
she drnnk lnM night.
The police say .she took it after n dis
pute witli her grandfather.
Watchman Wounds Man
HebTt Harvey was shot in the abdo
men early this morning nt 1'rent nnd
(,'nllewhill streets by Samuel Vellnk,
a private wntchmim. after Harvey, ac
cording te the police, had threatened
Tellnk with a revolver. Haivey in
the Roosevelt Hospital. The police
say l'ellak attempted te question Har
vey, thinking he was acting suspi
ciously, and that Harvey mil. When
Pellnk pursued him. the police add,
Haivey drew a revolver..
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
I'ml McC'lutc I", is s, I'milini l nnil
Vhte-Li Wnlln.p, l.-.ls ! iplte! n.
TIutmnH I' Ki-ine. J71 1 .Vlmter nl . .mil
He, en M. l'lanlsui 4S.I I iinensd iive
(lenmc II fiinlili VOIT IV'tcrnl t anil
'il.l Klnit. Ji'le N 1.1th si
Me i m .saclispr. lltiie'dMi, X. V in'l Annrt
'iulilm m, .111" I' mliiln si
Mnhninnl All, 1 1'.'i, N I-'aivn 'I anil l'ler-
enre Johnvien. 1 1 Jli N' tnvn st
.lullus Thnmufii ii, Ile . lKth El., nnd
l.'llhin Jehnn'in. l"S'i seuin s
ll".iTt t: Smith I'll'i luemninii m . nnil
sin. ih I., Val"iiilin. ii'hlnKien Ii f
IlevMvnl J. Mmllsun Tiiteiii, l'.i . and K 1 i 3 -
nbelh Weotlrten. H'llmpliurir IV
I." lis Kremor n.'3 !' nth i( nml Clnra
l.evln. U2H H Hlh t
.Iiimi s .1 sjiilvnilnrp ilie, .V inth et . ami
Jin I. 0'i!ren, 1 MO 1 S lliiubnlil hi.
's'erlrn f Ilekcr. H.U I'hibtnui st . ami
l.ilHsn Peiilltiin li!17 inti in .st.
linUrl v, IVm, .'MOft inmaii s . and
I Uia . Hceli, Iiirl.j. Pi
rrev II, llrunt, Ne'- Lendtm (.'(inn . and
Minn U'llli'ir. S71S Kiwlnt! me,
Itebnt M. Mrhull lUH II Tleea si and
t.i.nnre J, Ilheid9 S2."0 N r.ih t
I lin . Oerniun inn lah t ami .M.irgarft
M. (JulKlrv, Ull.'i Fligrrald ki
l.ilvatere I'ellu n:'H .s nth st and Mnry
T' rlunihHii. '.UK .s nth nt
.Samuel I, M"it, "an fnrlnir Oar.lnii nt , nnd
lll.nirhi' Ilaldlni'r. Ifi7 N mil st
Jehn .! It,irknniri' s." Church lin and
Melen I: Smith Si! V. HrlrKhurst ht
IVhMiid i hit i.JI lith St. and ltese
Kl.in 11(311 V Mvitlewntil t
1'. n VV inumiir 7'J7 N .lih st , ,i d UiLctrn
Imhln. WI4I N. rth m
lfaap Walitencreft 1C7.1 II.trilen si,
and Itao HU'ln, 1HJ" Master hi,
luviil "ni,riilf 171.1 N" KM m and
lluinihc lliilmrn, Ti'll s ,1i hi
Leen lliui.K I.'i'.'l ii'Iji live, jnil Violet
Newman. 101,1 Bremer n
Samuel hukln 3S1II lamlrllee st ,1nd
.Minnie nienul .Ml) W .Su'iiutnann i nve.
Fancy Boxed Papers
In euler te elFcet a quick
clearnnce of the balnnce of our
Fancy llexed Papers ordered
in for our holiday trade, we
hnve nuidn slashinfr reduc
tions in prices. Included in the
sale are cenesnfjndcnee card.s
ami papers for both ladies and
men in many nixes nnd colors.
Sonic of the boxes show slight
defects from handling.
An opportunity te lay in a
supply of .standard quality
papers ut greatly reduced
Calendars, Diaries, Year
Heeks, l.ine-U'Day Heeks
Weir Mitchell Calendars,
an exclusive lleskins pro pre
904-906 Chestnut Street
Stationer!, Printer, Engraver
(EVENING iPTTBHC .iCBDGER-PBttlJAraJLTHlA: WEDNESDAY.
10 BE IN PARADE
New Year's Mardl Gras
Be "Biggest Ever,"
21 CLUBS ARE ENTERED
The "best and biggest ever" n the
slogan nf the approaching Mardl Grag
of the North, the annual New Wnr
mummers parade. .Monday morning,
will lie mere than substantiated, when
11,000 frelieers and gambeler.' repre
senting (wo'nty-eiio different clubs nnd
associations, will engage In their ens ens
temnry hilnrieus and olerfu! display.
Considering 'he fact last year's pa-
rade taw enlv the participation of fuiu - '
teen shooters clubs, the forthcoming
parade may well be gnuged n e the
ninnerienl display. And ns for the range
nnd variety of costumes, the little ad
vance information leaking out from the
vnileus club liendnunitirs gives premise
f, , ... . , I
BeineMiiiiR ns startling and Impressive
as has ever been seen ou simtlnr ecca-
siens in the past
The keen cempeiit!
leiltlen htween the
this yenr hns brought
about nn air of almost
Liberty Club Has 20(H)
In point of numerical sfrenglh, ihe
Liberty Club, according te what has
been nnde known se tnr. will hud nil
the shooters' dubs, with some 2000
members in Hue, when the parade start?
out from I. read nnd Perter streets ut
9:. 10 o'clock New Year's morning. In
cluded in this unit will be five bands
and eighteen floats, while the Chntles
Klein New Year's Association will set
feitii with 1100 men in line In three
brigades and with four bands.
The Daniel R. Oswald Club, accord
ing te their captain, will have 1C00
frolicking members in the pnrnde In
nine brigades and with four bands and
ten special features.
I" rem LaniOOIl Will come nneiner in i
the big organizations, the Camden
Clowns, who onneunec they will Imve
1500 men capable of competing point
by point with the best from this city,
while the League Island New Yenr As
sociatien, composed of navy yard men,
will ti averse
the route lrem Perter ,
j Columbia avenue S50 1
street north te
The Frank Cellins Club has arranged i
te hnve 800 men parade in glittering
nnd colorful regalia, while one of the
noted fancy clubs, the Lobsters, will be
along with GOO men, one brigade nntl
Ah the oiliest shooters' organization
in the city, founded twenty .vears age.
the Sliver Crown, will be the first in
line., and when the head of the column
moves, fiOO members and three hands
will lie In line. Though the display et
costumes nnd floats in general will be
along established lines, many new fea
tures have been provided for by the
.Monster Cape te Appear
One club, however. It wns learned
will appear wit h a monster cape. IfiO
feet long and forty feet wide, which
has just been completed by Mrs. Ti. V.
.Murpliv, Kill! l,ast rasw.vunlt nveniie.
Fer several months Mrs. Murphy, who
has been specializing in mummers' cos
tumes ever since the parade was lirst
Inaugurated, has been buily nt work
with a staff of women helpers ter sev
eral months past, and fifteen girls were
required te werl; nt once en the giant
Folded up it rerjuiies a dozen men
te carry it. while Monday morning,
when it will be tiufuiled in all its
splendor it will take IfiO men (e carry
it along the line of march. Anether
feature of the display will be n costume
of puirls weighing seventy pounds nnd
which will be worn by Kdwnrd Harris,
of 'JStIS Ormes street, who will march
with the Klein organization. Te com
plete the cnstuni" it required nearly
0000 pearl buttons of all sizes.
A new feature of the parade will be
the participation of the Jeseph A.
Ferke Club stung band, which has
been joined by miinv old-time New Year
shooter.-!. "Jee" i-'erke being a vet
erun mummer himself. The band will
hnve between KH and 12." men In line.
The Uumpeinickle Music Hand, of
Seranten, will be another new entry ami
will compete in the femie group, "while
the Hngemnn string baud will he en
hand with eighty-live members. Among
some of the "old-timers" who will be
along, making up in display what thev
may lack in numbers, will be the Hilver I
Crown, led bv Ciptnin "Jimmie" .Me- (
1I...1. n I ,!. l..A1. Til...... i ,1.1 .
iilimil, iiiiu nn- "ih I wnvr, viil-
Timers who will have something te sur
prise the onleoilrs. They will be
headed by their popular cuptuin, Her-
nurd Dougherty. I
8.00 and 9.00, new 4.90
9.00 and 10.00. new 6.90
10.00 te 12.00, new 7.90
Hosiery also reduced
NO MAIL ORDERS
Quick Service Men's Shep
39 Seuth 8th St.
4. PISTOL IN HIS BOOT
Physician Says He Wants te
Ready for Bandits' Attacks
Dr. I'enn Gaskill Skillern, of Shnien
Hill, arrested because be bad n pistol
thrust In one of his hoots, will uppear
before RInglstrnte Itrnsluiw, in City
Hall, tedny, and reiterate his nrgu
incut Mint the magistrate hns no right
te eenflseme the revolver.
The physician, n lineal descendant of
Wlllinm I'enn, was an cited nt Ninth
nnd Walnut Btrects yesterdny when Po
liceman Shcnn saw the pistol.
"My pistol Is net concealed," he
said te Magistrate lteuhtivv at City
Hall. "lJcsldeH I think 1 am within
my rights te go armed In view of the
inwiewiness mat is going en in every
town nntl rity In tbp country.
"A gentlumnn t.ever knows when lie
will be lipid up nowadays nnd ns I have
always been n geed shot f hnve taken
this means te protect myself ftem such
The physician wns allowed te sign his
own bend uper. his premise te return
for a hearing this morning. The .Mag
istrate said he would held t lie pistol
pending bis ttudy of the law.
CURIOSITY IS COSTLY
Man Who Would Be Geed Samari
tan Pays for Impulse
"Mister, there's u man in Mint mxl
I'linui, nii-i- n t until in illllt IHAt
..iipw u, IntlH. i. ln rreuhb-I l.e.n-,1
him groaning," n pedestrian (.aid te
tJIebert Grnlgg. of hlOll Cabet sii eel. I
wl, htel")7l h!m "' I'arlcn and Noelef
streets early this nierning. 1
"Let's go see what we can de for
him." agreed Grulgg.
A mntnetir nfln I In. I iwi l,ii,n fin. '
tered the alley the ether put n revolver
te Grelgg's body, stripped him el nls
overcoat and purse, containing S7. and
get nvvay with the loot.
Ne Mere Tells en Span Purchased
by Twe States
,inttine "f 'lirtnf mne tirfiupnt" (.. ci!i.
lirlim, mntnl-illa rnltnu'llli. clnscll n,,..i,
the freeing nf ' the Hntbore-Hoislmm
tiirnnlLe linR iienii ilie frerln nf mil. I
ley Ilridgp, crossing the Delaware Hiver
nt Yard ley. in the northern seitimi
The bridge hns been purchased br
the States of Pennsylvania and Nev'v
Jersey at a cost of ?07,ri00, fiimi ihe
operating company, nnd after the fur-
mal transfer of title, no furthei tells
will be collected.
DRIVER HURT IN CRASH
Express Truck Collides With Trol Trel
ley at 31st and Market Streets
Tl.n .liivne nf .in Amprienn ltiirku
oem,)rmr nioteilruck was iuinred and
trnllrv traffic wiir held up shortly be-
lire H e clock teilnv wlieu the velm ie
collided with a lielley
nist and Market streets
William I.ieveck. fil'.i N irih Markm i
tlreet. driver of the truck, swung the,
vehicle ill front of the westbound
tr'dley and wna thrown te the gieuud.
Ile was taken te Misericeidia Hospital, i
The mere he reflects the1
mere he's pleased with his
new R. P. outfit.
Finest of fabric; highest
type of tailoring; smart i
Quality en a par with
that of the most expensive
Dress Overcoats, Silk
Hats. White Gloves. Dress
Ties. Silk Mufflers. Canes.
FERRO & COMPANY
egers Peel Clethes Exclusively
Chestnut St. at Juniper
Beginning Tomorrow, December 28th
for MEN & WOMEN
TN both Women's and Men's Shoes the
past Season afforded wonderful
opportunity for originality in lines and
materials. Niederman creations were
unappreached in the city at any price, yet
were always one te two dollars below
anything of like grade. Bear this in mind
and you will realize the values we arc
& Dress Beets
930 Chestnut St
RESCUES HER BABY
Mr3. Mary Velpe Suffers Broken
Leg at Fire in Heme en
Seuth 12th Street
GAS EXPLODES IN BAKERY
After lesi'iilnz bee three-venr-elil
.daiiGhter. rn.-v .lerin n iirr. t their
apartment eaily teilaj, Mrs. I.llv
Velpe. lf!02 Seuth Twelfth street, was
compelled te jump from the reef when
Annies cut off escape by win of the
Mr Velpe broke) liei right leg and
was taken te St. Agnes' Hospital. Twe
ether injured persons aKe went te the
The first fleer of the building was
occupied by the hardware store of
Michael Capalettl. Mr. Velpe. her
husband nnd three children occupied
an apnrtment en the third fleer, while
n second-fleer apartment was occupied
In Mr. and Mra. heenuid Abulucei
i ml two children.
Tim Hn. u-lileli fimspil ST.'i(M) ilainnge.
started lu the cellar and quickly spread
through the building.
Mrs. Velpe wns awakened b smoke.
H. nieused her husband and chil-
(r,,n .1( ,.nrrled Mnrv down the
smoke-tilled stuirwav te the stieet
I While Mrs. Velpe was groping her way
I out her husband threw u blanket ever
1 his daughter Anna nnd carried her te
safety down n rear stulrwu.v
I'uuware Mint Anna had been saved.
Mrs. Velpe uguin entered the binning
building, nnd with gnat difficulty
made her way te the childien's bed-
Shouts from the street assured her
l but her etlur daughter had been saveil.
Ml'S. VelllO tllell llttelnlltCll te le.lV'e Mil
house by way of the atnii way, but the
flames had giilned such headway Mint
, Mils was Impossible. She wns driven te
'the rear of the lieubc, which was filled I
' with meke. ,
! llaeape was cut efi in all directlei s
nnd Mis Velpe made her way te n
j rear reef. Her husband, who into
taken care of both children, shenud in i
,hc:' te jump. Mr-. Velpe did e audi
tell In a crumpled bean.
AliuliiK'i and bis wlte saved thin- two
ibildren en the seiend fleer. Iteth weiei
burned en the hands nnd arms in of . '
footing the lewues. They were alie
taken te St. Agnes' Hospital.
SIX HUNDRED trained
businew observers scat
tered throughout the U. S.
have just reported pres
ent and expected condi
tions in their territories
te Archer Wall Douglas.
On the day before The
Natien's Business went te
press, he telegraphed ns a
difrest of the 600 reports.
His digest, with Map, is
en page 30 of the January
number, which you can
get from your newsdealer
for 25c. rit8 is the ar
ticle rhlch ercry year
causes se much comment
(10 ethrr business nrtkl'.s,
editorials and departments
ln the January Issue, alae )
" j i
DAVID It. KOROAN. Preiitlent
National City Bank, Chleajre.
aays. "IU editorials nml busl
ncnH nrtlclcs are no reliable and
RUthoritntlve Hint no luttness
man en afford te orrrleolt
them. I, therefore, heartllr com
iminii the magailue te all bust
25c a Copy
Three yean for $7.50
U. S. Chamber of Commerce
Mill Bide. Waihinrten
3.85 & 5.85
Were 10.00 te 15.00
imiH rtBni i ii in ill
DECEMBER 27, , 1922
BROTHER IS ACCUSED
Arrested en Charge of Stabbing
Jehn Tartulme During Quarrel
1 .lelin Tiirtitlme, !K)!I Tasker street,
Is ip St. Agnes Hospital with n knife
' t s.nit.l til ttlfi l llfvui Ufa lttnlmt
IfUUlllI V in - -! UlUllltlt
Stephen, is umirr nnest charged with
the stabbing, .lehn I,, net expected te
The police of I lie Mernmciisllnr live-
line and Dhkinsen street station nrr
trying te learn the rensen for the
FROM MEASLES MENACE
Parents Advised te Watch Children
Closely for Ailment 8ymptems
Precautionary measures are being
employed by the Heard of Health of
Lewer Merlen Township te prevent the
spread of measles along die Main Line.
A statement Issued tedny by the
beard advised parentH te keep ibildren
home from day school and Sunday
school when the children show .symp
toms of n fold, dry or sere threat, red
ness of the eve or it cough. "Cull jour
physician curly und keep your Will
ilien out of iiengesteil plncch. such us
the ineving-riictiiie iheutrf.." contin
ues the benid'H warning Scheel teach
ers are lequcsted te be especially me
ful te exclude child) en from school
who hae any catarrhal svmpteins or
the slightest indention of fever.
Conditions nietig tin Main Line
are described li.v the beard us by no
means setleus" at pii-scnt.
CAMPBELL UNDER KNIFE
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Hegister ei wins, victim ei uioeoi
Poisoning, Operated Upen
Itegister i.f Wills Campbell, who
wns operated en last night nt St.
Man's Hospital in nn effort te re -
lieve bleed poisoning, developed from u Fer some time it had lnen xi' ti.l
pimple en his hand, is expected te leave J Mint Senater Pepper would In mi; about i
the hospital today. The operation was the appointment of Mr. MeKeehnn. who
pel formed by Dr. William V. Kelly. I Is wecri'tary of the Stnt Heard nf Law i
Mr. Campbell tirst noticed the infee- ' examiners'. First opposition te the lat
li" n two days age The condition lie- ter nine from the illy leues, nn'l mnv
came acute jesteiduy He lives at 281." I It is understood that Mr Vin-e is nls,,
THE FINEST ENGLISH FRENCH
AND AMERICAN PLATES
IN MANY STYLES AND PATTERNS
Service Dinner Entree
Finger Bowls and Bread and Butte n Plotters
Closing hour five o'clock
On New Year's
our third year in
te our depositors
First Penny Savings Bank
Jehn Wanamaktr, Founder
1343 Chestnut Street
21st & Bainbridgc Streets
g Grand Pianos
If you wish the pink of perfection in Music
8 and Art Cases-see our array of beautiful.
j Matchless Cunningham Grand Pianos,
g On Payments as Yeu Wish It.
IT PAYS TO THINK!
lith and Chestnut Sts.
,. , lPn Evening
(Kictery: flOth and 1'nrkside Aenue)
Wt ate the Only i'iane Manufacture
Selling from Factory te Hern Direct
PINCHOT CONFERS '
WITH ROBERTS HERE
i Fellows Meetilie-s With Lawyer
V.I.WT.- 0 j
en Appointment ei rview
SEE UNUSUAL IMPORTANCE
Governer-elect I'liiflnit arrived here'
from Ids home in Milfeid this after- !
neon nnd nt once went into confluence j
with Owen .1. Roberts. I
The lawyer nnd the Gnvi-rum elu I
hnve bad several ceiifeient e en ether
ofensiens when Mr. Tim-hut wa" m the
city and was isnifeiTing witli hvvveis
with lespect te the big question of
Atternev General , the new chine,
Anether win. will eon fer with Mr
J'liiehet this .ifternoeii is .Mnjer il-
jintii G. Murdoch . et .Milten, fetmer
State adjiit'iiil of the Aineiiiini Lrgmn
for the Department of I'elitis.v lvaiiiu
Mr. I'llifhntV visiting list will I. vei.v
limited this week. ' that it I- fell
eiicli i ellfetein e will have mere I linn
the iibiial impertntif e
Interesting in uiuni'clien Willi iclk
revolving nbeut Mr Roberts N n i.-
pert fi.ni. Washington that C,.,g
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recemmeiiii ine nppeinrniciir in w,i.
ii..:.i t m.i... t M..I.-... i
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me iiuiiiiiiiiiiii uuiji .ii . .-.m-m .imuki-
for the Ltistern District ..f IVnnsj).
vftiiin. Mr. M.-Keehnn is a hieihImm
I the law tlrm of whnli Mi ltelnri l
i t.i:.l i r l'.,l i I...I....
i the head.
.opposed te .Mr. MrKoehau App.n
Day we begin
the payment of
til Vl. t
Itrilurrii I'r l ri
I'enna, Famous let
ently, (lie combined dry-Vnre opposition
tins nntl tun erreet-er iieiumr imrK'ere
In favor of Mr. Mclveehaii. -Mr. .VaiA'
is in Washington today nntl will ptofe'
nblj confer with Senater .IVpl'cr l
nil effort te tench u spiipreiitlse x
In some quartern, tin' drive ngnlnst
Mr Melvcelmn was interpreted n part
of a movement te bring tlnrt.w' A
Mnekej into tire hmeliclit 'hi n cflndl
date for the judiciary. Mr. Mnekfjr I
l""w liiilriiiiin of Hie Werkmen'B tim
I iiensiitien Heard
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un. uuuc nnnc jhim. ie
I French Exponent of Aute-SuggM"' $,$
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j 'It 1JIMIII.J "III , lill' I i , in ii vA'-y
of nuto-suggestien ns n means of rTurlnjt
, physical lll, will lecture in fhi-j city
I en Jinitiiiry Ifi. it was learned today.
Delimit' airanguiicnts regarding the
place where he will speak have net been
Dr. Cene is srliedilleil te iirrive at
N'evv Yerk en .Iilliunrv I He sails
trm ('lu'ibeiin; mi the .Majestic te-
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, ,, i).,,lKrK , ,. Americnn Rote
, j.jH,.,,. He , ,, s ,(,k,. two addrewiei
, ( ,.u,nn,
MAM rCO rnniUI PAC
MAN Dlte PKOM UAb
i Jacob Majer Found In Roem With
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I Will'- '.II'. I "I".,
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ll"i mi i-nreuii i ,
,wln Ine.i witli bin
r,uiitil Afnt. alX
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; t , jn ;l .imir, ,t, the gas peurln
, t(l (. ,, frm a ( , tllut wng ealI
.)lrlh ,.,,, The poll.. ibml: tlm ileetl
for Suits and
of Fine Quality
and only fine quality
Xe ether store any'
where can approach
these Super - Values
by m a n y dollars.
L e e Ic everywhere.
Compare the quali'
tics and the prices.
PERRY & GO.
Kith and Chestnut
SUPER - VALUES
in Clethes for HI en
J Consistently Geed !
I J a.
un- J'i ..,-(),,(. Brand'S
-w...- il,uil., .11(1 t
'"" '- flip you
hi nil mir Stere?