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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGEK PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1922
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Don't let a peer
skin spoil your
Rcsinel can heal these
Soelhinq and Htedinq
Attempt te Bring Farmers Back
te Party Through Confer
ence Is Futile
RADICAL PROGRAM LOOMS
Full Dress & Tuxedos
te Hire or Sell
Alse Ciitnwn.T for Mernlni Wtrtdlnc
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1000 W. Girard Ave. ,:,eXs
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I In personality with three yer' et-
i perlenra In rlerlenl work ilelre
' petition. Rerentlr imdunted from
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Kodak Films. Faded
reotypes restored te
1713 Walnut Street
I!y CLINTON W. GILitEILT
Stnir Cnrrr.nnmlfnt rventne Public Tedrer
Cepvriphr US!, iv PvlUc Lsdtt Company
Washington, .Tnn. 25. If the Presi
dent called tlili farm conference te win
the farmers nwny from' tlic farm bloc
,nnd bnck te the Republican party, as
his speeches since It began Indicate,
lie has net succeeded. The effect of the
conference it te strengthen the bloc nnd
'te move the bine farther ever toward
Before th" meeting l ever there will
be a resolution passed with a whoop
.indorsing the bloc. 'Whatever factions
'there are in the conference, they are
all for the farm bloc. Radicals and
conservatives alike are agreed upon hav
ing representation in Congress which
,wlll be independent of party control.
.The only difference among them Is as te
'the program which is te be laid out for
ithem by the embattled farmers.
' The net effect of the conference will
be te present te the country n plan
of action for the farmers much mere
1 advanced than the Administration desires.
Will Give niecn Excuse
U.S. COMMERCE CHAMBER
URGES FLEXIBLE TARIFF
Creation of Beard te Deal With
Fluctuations Part of Plan
Washington, Jan. !. (By A. P.)
Legislative prevision for flexible tariff
rates, te be ndmlnlstcrcd by n tariff
adjustment beard having "quasi-judicial"
functions, is included among
ether recommendations te which the
Chamber of Commerce of the United
States has been committed by a refer
endum vote of Its membership. Other
provltdens adopted in the referendum
were "reasonable protection for Amer
ican industries in destructive compe
tition, maintenance of the "antl dump
ing" principle, encouragement of ex ex
eort trade nnd adequate tariff measures
te meet foreign discrimination.
The vete en the question of the Amer
ican valuation basis for levying duties
was nuneunccd as 070 for and 8&I
against, lacking the necessary two
thirds majority te commit the cham
ber cither way. The vote en the qucs1
tlen of postponing tariff legislation,
pending stabilization of world trade
conditions, also was Indeterminate,
being 731 for postponement nnd 1110
Discussing the proposal for a flexible
tariff system, the Tariff Committee of
the chamber declared the adjustment
beard should be csted with quasi
judicial functions distinct from the in
vestigating nnd fact-gathering functions
of the present tariff commission. The
purpose of the proposed beard, it was
said, should be te provide u consistent
tariff policy in the face of fluctuating
VETERANS SEE PREsFdENT
FARMERS ASK RAIL
COAL IS DOWN ! .
Save Meney! Buy New!,
Egg Ceal . . $13.50 per ten
Steve Ceal . . $14.00 per ten I
Nut Ceal . . . $14.00 per ten
Large Pea Ceal, $10.50 per ten I
Cash Prices for Short Time only
Hickory nnd oak loge (fireplace
eiiKtli) Pine kindling weed (7
Inches Ions). By lead or cord.
9th & Master Sis. l"
26th & Washington Av. 0"07n
44th & Master Sts. "j1"
Men Who Served In Spanish-American
War Ask Equality With Others
Washington, Jan. 25. (By A. Pr Pr
oscar K. Carlstrom. cemmandcr-ln-chief
of the United Spanish War Vct-
ti. ...,.., ,iT?r...itnMv.. from erans. and a committee from that or-
agricultural States w ill be able te ganizatien called at the White Heuse
point te their orders from the farmers today te request President Harding te"
assembled In convention by tha Admin- tJ t Spanish War veterans the
hVttht'na?,ef,S? lef executive order allowing a five-peint
i aftv. preference te veterans of the World
I The conference Is unquestionably con- ynP jn cjvji service examinations for
scrvntive as farm opinion gees, but hew . , .
1 much farther advanced it Is than the I)0"cnr1 VL au0 wiuested nn in
Republican party mnv be seer, by the) of hi "pen-mn Me a. co te din
notion which the subcommittees en , "" C Spanish War veterans and the
transports en took Inst night in adept- ,fews Ilin,i dependent who arc new
ing resolutions favoring the repeal of, " ,J ,t J J(1 enlv S1n month
'the r.sch-Cummins Law guarantee ejlejh" Civil Var widev' and flepenilenn
railroad earnings and ""torntlen of " Jj " l r, , j S30 th
! power ever rates te the btate Railroad M -1' l0 wUew, of World
i Commit ens. These reflatiens went , g- The Spailllll
. through by a low vote. 12 te B. In one! " -ISS asked an Increase te S20.
'ift "m .IL.10 " LT: Inclusion of disabled Spanish War
veterans among these eligible for Hos
pital treatment also was asked.
ASKS $50,000,000 ARMY CUT
Senater Wadsworth Would Decrease
Overhead Expense en Camps
Washington, Jan. 2.1. (By A. P.)
A reduction of S50.000.000 in army ap
Transportation Committee of
Conferonco Favers Return
te State Control
FAVOR ST. LAWRENCE CANAL
although a railroad president. Mark-
ham, of the Illinois Central, sat in the
Radicals te IIac Say
And when the conservative majority
of the conference has adopted iw reso
lutions, the agricultural editors here
will meet and say that the program
does net go far enough, outlining their
own mere radical program. Then the
mere radical organizations here, the
By the Associated Tress
Washington, Jan. 23. Recom
mendation for repeal of the commonly
known guaranty clause of the Trans
portation Act and return te the State
commissions of control ever State, rates
wns voted today by a sub-cemmlttec en
rnllwey transportation of the General
Transportation Committee of the Na
tional Agricultural Conference. The
vote en the repeal of the guaranty
clause was 12 te C, nnd en the return of
the State railway power, 1 te 0.
Recommendation for the construction
of a St. Lawrence-Great Lakes water
way project was voted by the sub-committee
en waterways transportation
uudcr the General Transportation Coin Cein Coin
mittie. Co-Operalire Marketing Urged
American agriculture as n whole
could ruefltably study the factors that
have contributed te the welfare of Cali
fornia In the face of general business
depression. G. Hareld Powell, general
manager of the California Fruit Grow
ers Exchange, dcclnred In nn address
bciore the conference. Mr. Powell
said the success of co-operative mar
keting depended "upon the will of the
farmer te co-operate" and en the
development of "a spirit of mutual
cenhdence nnd trust" among theso en
gaging in the venture.
Ce-operative organizations, he said,
should be composed exclusively of
farmers, with the benefits returned te
each member determined by his patron
age of the organization. He advo
cated payment of only a fair rate of
interest en capital stock, and that vot
ing power be distributed en the "one
man one vote" principle. He said n
co-operative association could be held
together by contract or agreement bo be
twecn it und each member, nnd that
membership terms olieuld extend ever
long periods of years. Such organiza
tions, he added, have the best chance
for success If the.v handle only one
crop, intension of an organization te
ecal communities through small units,
he suggested, might increase Its useful
ness. "In the California Fruit Growers Ex
change, for example" said Mr. Powell,
through which 10.500 members sell
nearly $1 00,000,000 worth of citrus
fruits annually te the wholcsale trade,
the growers have formed mere than two
hundred local associations, each owning
ts own packing house and managing its
, -Most of the California growers re
nmii.lntl,in hi-mih rtaerensprt nvcrlipnil i "!eu nriccs ler tueir irult rrnnn In
farmers union and the society et ' ' " connection with main- 1021 that returned mera than the T cost
equity, will meet and put out the m - P 3 'n wa BUWerted production. The steady sustained
nenty reports of the various commit- I. ?,",j. Vt"-.j, V.i i.- nf- demand v rensnmpr t r;ir.,,.,i
Lt I tI3illi:ilL ittllMIMi. vnuj 'J fcj...
tecs ncre as ineir program. u'.i,.,n,. nr Vew Yerk
Thus the members of the farm bloc , Mr. "TVndswerth M lie expected some
in Congress will have as a result et I nctIen te bp tnken bll0rt!y by the Senate
this conference declarations from thcin ln wlth hu ingestion. The War
farmers, Indicating much mere ad- nrtmellt. he said, is at"prc-ent tin- I Products."
janccd demands en tbu part of theinb,lc t0 gell or lcnsc Inanv of the camp I Advi
fnpmn,j lie narA lining inala l... t.rt ' . . . ..... , ..lui t - lull
fruits Is an evidence of thn noiver n
continuous, friendly advertising, coupled
with bound mcrchuudlaine methods. In
promoting a larger consumption of farm
n.yfnm nntp I r II r. ICnritlliliffl 'n,tn
could adept. The division between the
East and est Is heightened as a re- I
suit of the conference, which, as it
If the Dessert Is
pareijniiiEcrLLranra mr nwuttraaiMiM
ss mere nutrition s
fnnnr- lnn wpri bi-lnff inn.Ip hv H, """. lu "" ,. '" w.i ."IT.-'kT.iij -T V" AUVU.es lllg-'J Ime LTCditS
leaders of the Tnrm Bureau Federation cUhe of cleudv titl resulting front the , Governer Parker, of Louisiana, ad
in Washinsteu, with whom tbey were keldinc bv nrivate owners of small per- UrcS3l"6 the conference, proposed as a
i co-operating. tlen, 0f an nCre or ie8s within the reser- i , lunB ,01 cemuating tne present farm
, As it leeks new, the Administration Latum. This could be corrected by the g?Presen' t,he 0Pcn'nr of expert mar-
has brought the farmers together te I Government purchasing all such tracts. "etH through extension of long-time
give their orders te the bloc, instead of I iie"!matl ItTeulJ require the ex- eJ"3. cign buyers through the
te agne upon a moderate compromise Ln,Htrp of net mere than $4,000,000. Fc'llraI Rescrv? bystem.
i-esram which the itepnblicnn Party i I , nve tne 1,CUeral itescrve banks,"
SEES PERIL IN LYNCH LAW le'wTASS.0. S?
I itnls of these European nntlnnn xin.
InnVc will mnki n shnrn ntf.ncl; imnn i .. i.n a ..- n c oii.ni.e.ixn ccrclv desirim; te nuruhnKn mir nrnilnnu
the railroads and indorse Muscle Sheals, I , i and unable te pay for them. Loek up
in nddltlen te aking for things the. ,c ,n uan0er the standing and character of these pur-
Administration was ready te support. Washington, Jan. 2e. (By A. V.) 'chasers, as well as their financial re
i niit M R.nnni,. Declaring it wns "high time" for the spenslbillty. Sell them en six, twelve
uiiier en uiuramce ITederal Government te nttempt te check and eighteen months, taking their ac-
' The division in the conference itself raeb violence, Representative Mendell, I ceptances with the indersement of the
i between radicals nnd conservatives will I 0f Wyoming. Republican lead"r. de-1 local bank and the co-epcratlon of the
. be upon the question of Government cnre(l twlay during debate In the Heuse great banking institutions of each na
'guarantee of prices. The farmers' 'en t,P rjver anti-lynching bill, that if tlen, and nutherbc the spinners manu
I union at a meeting this morning decided ii,nching wns permitted te go unchecked I facturcrs and dealers te sell their prod-
ucis en cqunuy long time, all drafts,
acceptances and notes In payment te be
deposited in trust until the claim of thn
Federal Reserve Bank shall have been
paid In full.
"This plan would afford almost in
stant relief, would mean the employ
ment of many American ships for carry
ing te these nations the cotton te give
profltable cmplejmcnt and the feedstuffs
te keep many of them from starving:
would add te the value and activity of
the merchant marine, would nut en
ergy and spirit into business, and bring
te this country the goodwill of all of
M JJ, nk 4 Setdtring Furnace
fc anil AoeliancmM
L. D. Berger Ce., 59 N. 2d St.
Btll, Marktt SSj Ktvtlene. Main 7I
Jm & ether speech defects ;
3 corrected. Klngslcy Plan. ;
9 1215 Walnut St., Phtla.
jrrirr? YVrlle or l'lione lV'Blnut lOOlHrrrnt,
I Perfect satisfaction
Clear, Sweet, Healthy
With Cuticura Seap
and Cuticura Talcum
,dw ii amitm s:m
J Cailen ym 7
1 h of twelve "Jf M
Chocolate, Het Water
Anr btjl or Slfa
Fer Hetel and
IUngta. Steam Table.
Steve., Cookers, Wen
VICTOR V. CLAD CO.
119 and 121 S. lltk St.
nj Iti v
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1,1 ' ' ' '
erfia Rese 7124
SEYBERT'S MUSIC STORE
262 Diamond Street
Sold only at our Stores
1 1 rTTT. n
a itjr -a" '
l man s
" "-Thisr nttractivc watch'-isv
made of 14 Kt... green, geld,
the border artistically engraved
nnd fitted, with .independable
n-jcwcltfd Waltlidm move
Odd-sliapcd watches arc very popular. Our
stock offers a large and varied assortment.'
S. Kind & Sens me chestnut si
DIAMOND MERCHANTS JEWELERS SILVErtSMITHS
ODI1BBIIBI! I l
i .. i " . - ? .' j
Gloves and Hese
Men and Women
A Huge Final Potpourri at
MEN'S GLOVES Plenty of these superb
Seuth African. Cnpcskin gloves geme
English Chamois n few Arabian Mechas
- and imported Scotch wool gloves.
MEN'S HOSE Imported plain and novelty
wool socks n geed selection.
WOMEN'S GLOVES French Kidskin, writ,t
length and strap-wrist gauntlet gloves
some of Sucdc, Mecha and Chamois an
abundance of Capcskin; and stunning imported
Scotch wool gloves, wrist-length and gauntlet.
WOMEN'S HOSE Still extensive variety in
plain and novelty imported wool stockings.
123 Se. 13th St.
(Near Sansom Street)
te press for a guarantee of prices of , jt weuu "break down nnd destroy law
wheat, corn and cotton. It is felt that ' ,, er,pP and civilization."
wheat will carry with it the prices of i ..jt js anarchy in Its met nbherrent
feedstuffs raised in the trreund. that l...i .i.,iin rnvm 1ip ncertcd. "Tr
corn will fix the price of hegi and cat- (ecs t mete out justice, and does net
deter crime. Jt is hlgu time tnnt tne
federal (Government asserts its author
ity, the States having failed utterly te
SHIPPING BOARD CUTS PAY
tie and that cotton and corn will fix the
price of wool.
The farmers' union fight will be made
in the Committee en Prices, where
Julius H. Rarnes. Mr. Hoever's co
aide in the Drain Corporation, a grain
speculator, will lead the fight ngainst
Uevernmcnt-madc prices. Mr. Rarncs
knows from e-xperience nnd is full of
facts and statistics. He is n formidable
fee of the radical price-fixing farmers.
Ills presence nni the presence or
Conference Hastily Called
Chairman Andersen, following Gov.
Sold only at our Stores
iiciiiiMiffliiiiW'raj'iaiKii'CT nuir i a nmm
Reduction In Wages Runs Frem 15
n PR Per Cent
lttMt.lni.ten. .Tan. 2T,.-(Br A. V.)- I the eldcr natleas
".. .-.. . . m , .....-.- - .-- .
men like him are resented by tne rauicai Reductions in the wage scales of officers
minority in the conference. When the t nn.i mpn en Sbipnlng Ueard vessels.
gathering here is ever this light for sup- amounting te mere than 15 per cent I crller Parker, declared the conference
pert et the tarniers win uegm Deiwcen nnj effective l ebntary u, was an- had been called in tome haste, and
the farmers union and the ether radical neunccu today by the beard. i tuiu Secretary AVallac-e had given as
organization" against the farm Bureau rpnc new scale, which will run until , raUch consideration as possible te gce-.
federation, which Is the strongest of npjt jun. 30. amounts te n cut of 1." , grnphical und ether divisions In the
the farm bodies which control mere pCr ccnt for deck officers, radio men and Mnall time at his disposal in selecting
than half the delegates te this con- cKineers nnd 25 per cent for the un- the delegates. He said that no iner
ventlen. licensed personnel, including seamen and representative conference of agriculture 1
The radicals will go te the farmers deckhands. ' anj the Industries immediately con-J
wiiu me pricp-nxing lrugram unu ui- Heads 01 the unions nuecteu uy tue ' necteu witn it miu ever ecen caneu
tnc'i this conference u.- hand-picked and wnge cut were said by Shipping Beard together in this country,
instance the presence here of Julius II. 1 0tnclc's te have given their assent te I Carl Williams, of Oklahoma City,
Barnes. President Markbara, of the II- 1 tj)c lV pay ncale. Okla.. discussing the mnrketlng of cot-
lineii Central, and many ethers as ex- , ten through co-operative organizations.
amples of the non agricultural fapl-'.m OCQUIPP PPWTPR AQlpn declared such organUatlens hud handled
vented the Hin euimwh. w.i. ""-" merc than $oe,KMi,uou worth of cotton
talistlc element which prcve:
convention from adopting a price-fixing
Intense jenleusv exlsls between the
formers' union and ether bedlew of its
type and the Faun Bureau Federation.
Nine-tenths of the Insurgency here is
'arm organization politics. The farm
bureau has been favernbly placed, en
luying a seml-etficial status und having
the farm bloc jih its agency in Con
gress. It has giewn rapidly and threat
ened te mvallew the ether farm etganl-
l 7atlenH. Being semi-official, it is In
the nature of the case forced te be con
servative os farmers go.
1 By raising the issue of price -fixing,
the ether organizations can go te the
farmers and cluck or perhaps brcuk
the farm bureau. The real political
significance of this movement can only
be told when the Congress campaign is
under way nct full and ie po.-Ulen
1 of the fnrniers in made known by their
otes. In most agricultural districts
, one candidate or another will ba a
USE SLOAN'S TO
WARD OFF PAIN
LITTLE aches grew into big pains
unless warded off by an applica
tion of Slean's. Don't rub, at
rff penetrate;. A counter-irritant,
Slean's ratters congestion, and coon
relieves t'w schs and pain.
Rheumatism, rcuralgia, eciatica,
lumbago, lame back, stiff joints,
prains and Btrains won't light long
Bgainst Slean's Liniment.
Always keep It tAniy ferinstant use. "
w Fer mere than forty years, Slean's DAUGHERTY ASKED FOR DATA
unimenc nas ueipcu meusanas tne
r.wtd ever. Yeu won't be an excep
tion. It certainly docs produce results.
Veu just buna from its ctimulatinpr.
healthy odor that it will de you geed.
&a!c your neighbor.
At all druggists 35c, 70c, 51.40.
Congress Requested te Provide Re
pair Depot at Mlddletewn, Pa.
Washington. Jan. 2.". General Pat
rick chief of the Air Service, told
the 'Heuse Military Affairs Committee
this morning that the service wanted te
mnke a great repair center of the tract
near Mlddletewn, Pa., new occupied ns
a reserve depot.
General Patrick said nn engineciing
division might be kept there, but wns
net sure. Kecretnry Weeks has recom
mended nn appropriation of $105,000
for purchnse of additional Innd. the
same os leeemmended by former Secre
tary of War Baker.
hid Fcnsen and "Hrc apparently well
en the way toward becoming permanent
institutions in the Seuth."
Chltans Blame Japan for Disorders
Washington, Jan. 25. Observers
pent te Washington by the unrecognized
Far Eastern Republic of Chita, Siberia,
took another fling at the Japanese by
issuing a formal statement decluring
there could be no btable government In
the occupied territory until Japan had
withdrawn. If any disorders new arc
taking place, the statement said, they
nre due te the "presence of the Jap
anese troops and their cruel and selfish
Moving Picture of a Man Cooking
His Own Breakfast :
By J. P. McEVOY
STWKES match te light gas.
Match burns down te his fingers be
fore he turns en the right jet.
Dreps match with n with a
Strikes another match and finally lo
cates right jet.
Pine full of nlr or something.
Burner spits nt man; then hisses
Senate Calls for Information en
Washington, Jan. 25 (By A. P.)
. tfrirnc General Dntiehertv was'lnmllr
I called upon by the Senate in a reselu- Turns it off nnd tries again.
tlen adopted today te furnish data I inally gets It ngaiea.
covering practlially all phases of the j
(Severnment's prosecutions under the
wartime espionage and conspiracy law. I QJTAUTS te make ceftce and finds yes
'Xiie resolution, suumumi in nn. . kj tenlay s grounds
tei Jieran, et luuiie. directed ine ,u-
Makes Sick Slrins
well One of Dr.Uobeen'a
Family Itemed le. Kera clear,
bealthjr complexion um f reel
Pours "them into sink, clogging drain
pipe. (Mether will be pleased,)
irinnllv irets coffee en fire.
Puts frying pan en fire and breaks
terney General te give the Senate th
' names and nddresses of nil these In
'dieted and prosecuted under the war-
. time statutes, the dates and pluces of Cggs Inte it, forgetting the Rrease
iilrir irjuin, irun.i ui me irmis .imj 1 r.ggs enjeci, nut buck 11 eui.
' seniencea imposed, nun nuaiiy a rejew
1 of cases by the Parden and Parele
Beard. lutormatien iiIne was asked
ijovernlng reasons for denial of fteo ftee fteo
dem through commutation of bcnteuces,
pureles or otherwise where such action
was putcu uj lui uvvermarai.
Jlan gneH outside te get in f I If and finds
Interesting article catches eye.
Starts te read. '
Hsars a loud hiwlng in the kitchen
COFFCH hns boiled ever with great
Rushes te turn off fire, but finds
coffee, has beat him te it.
Takes frying pan and manages te get
seme of the egg scraped clear.
Kye catches Interesting article and
begins reading again.
Wakes up suddenly te find kitchen full
Coffee put the fire out, but forget te
turn off the gae.
Man wrestles with cream bottle.
Heme of it is left in the bettle, but
meat of it comes out with the cap.
GETS up for butter.
Gets up for salt.
Gets up for stignr.
Gets up for Dread.
Finally gets up und stays up.
Hub-title : Life Is real. life Is earnest
and the grave is net lis goal; dust
thou art, te dust retuineth, was net
spoken of the eeul,
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