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MACKEY PLATFORM BIDS FOR HARMONY Compensation Chief, First te Herald Stand in Race for Gov Gov ereor, Plays for Sproul "SELF-SEEKERS" FLAYED Men's Hati Vateam. Dnrhyn and lefts. TleniedeltU .nte lattut style and retrlmmed equal te Jeffersen Hat Ce., 135 S. 10th St. STAMMERING ngV Vear Speech Dtfrcta Cerrerttd IP W T1IK KINC1SLKV PLAN IE 3lffciif far Circular Phen Walnut ICtI 13111 Walnut St.. Phlln. AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS REPAIRED . umm-.n l',Mvsl .iUIV- Ji FRAN iSiii:..-.. rmwM.iwin: $ .JSMfVt.WHW.. b. 1 '.' ' ru i ? K B. CLAYTON'S SONS 1257-20-31-3.1 K. 11T1I BT. ffmljy CLAD'S URNS for COFFEE Chocolate, Het Water Any, Style or Ma Kitchen Equipment Fer Hetel and Rtttaurantt rUnrt. Steam Tabs. Plaie-warinern. GrldiSIa Ptevet, Cooker. Wan, VICTOR V. CLAD CO. 119 and 121 S. 11 In St. sMsTl '" t'sJst tMlCHELUS SEEDS Buy New and avoid the rush later en; stock is fresh; assort ment complete. We have s complete line of spraying ma chinery and spraying material. CATALOG FREE wmmmwmmAmmm!K.$m!a& Had a Cup Yet? 'Mb IOC Pke: 1Z Yi lb pkg 23c; lb pkg 45c Equal te teas costing from 75c te 90c per lb rfSi SJ 1 miapinmraauiiiinnicr jinekuaFf-anpaiiXiH auiaminanaiiiininaa DD PAIN DISTURB YOUR SLEEP' THE pain and torture of rheuma- ' tism can be quickly relieved by an . application of Slean's Liniment. De net rub, as it penetrates and boeh bring warmth, ease and comfort, let ting you sleep eeundly. Always have a bottle handy and apply when you feel the first twinge. , Yeu will find it just as geed for neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago and any external ache. It in 6!endid te tains the pain out of tired, aching muscles, pprsies and strains and 'ame backs. It is clean and non-skin-staining, , Fer forty years Slean's Liniment has roved itself te thousands the world Ptr. Ask your neighbor. At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40. Harry A. Maclccy. chairman of flic Workmen's Compensation Beard, sketched the outline of his platform as a candidate for Governer in a state ment issued today from hts Philadelphia office. He said he wni for economy and efficiency, the- elimination of uspIess city and State positions and eflicci, nnd for home rule for cities. He wound up by praising the work of Mrs. Jelm O. Miller, chahmnn of the Pennsylvania League of Women Voters. ni a member Ot tllC U0mmiS10n e xiiiirKiuuni me Stnte Government, nnd maklns n bid for the woman vote. Mr. Mackcy is first n the field with a platform. A feature of Uie statement li the recognition of the work of the Sproul I Administration. The Platform Is built along lines specified by Senater Vare in nn inter-1 view just before he left rer Flerida i last night. Chnlrnurn Mnckey also beldlv nn-l nevneed that if Senater Crew is un-, nble te be n cmdldate he favors Jehn A. Hell. Maer Magec'n ally, for the Unltni States Senate. The Mnckey ticket, an set forth in the stntcment, would be I Senater 1'eppnr nnd Jehn A. Bell for the M'nitcd States Senate, nnd himself for Governer. , , . MncKcy's friends fnvur Colonel Din id J. Davis, of Scranton. ter Lieutenant Governer. Chnirnuin Mnckey nle sur nrised independents by declaring the leaders should ''agree" en n mnn for Governer. Indirectly Mackey took ii Klinf lit the cundidacs of Licutennnt. I Governer Hcldleman. I Mnckey li In Pittsbergh today con cen f erring with Western Pennsylvania1 I leaders. ,,,.. Mr. Mackey opened his statement i i with the declaration that "no fcclf- ( seeker" would ever gain me piace. ine peejile, he wild, would net select n man I "who gecrt up nnu down inc aiaw mi I neuncing his candidacy niiiT exploiting , hlK own (nullifications." This was re ' curded as a shaft nt both Beidleman aud State Treasurer Sndcr. After urging harmony in the party I nnd the agreement en one man for Gov- erner the slating of n candidate by united factions Mr. Mackey said the I only "one great Issue" was economy and i efficiency. , Outlining his platform, Chairman Mackey said : "Tin chle concern of our party 'should be the re-etabHsba"ut f busi- np's. The business mn cannot come into his own unless he is relieved of epprtciNC taxation nnd he cannot be relieved of this unless every govern mental administrator, national. State and municipal, exercises the strictest , economy nnd performs his respective duties with the utmost efficiency. ' "The hltuatlen in, this respect in Pcnnsj lvanin Is the growth of years) under an old political machine spen sered first bv Senater Quay nnd later by Sennter Penrose. Iiurenus and departments linve becu i ndded te State Administration for pe- ' iitlenl expelier.cy or a mistaken sense j of nubile demand. The present Ad ministration undetibteilv recognizes this fact, because a commission nppelnted i by Governer Sproul Is studying condi tions. Tliere must be lesKHtien that will absolutely gunrantee home rule te Philadelphia. Pltts-burgh, Readlcg, brranten. Wllkes-BaiTC, Erie and ether municipalities of the State. The read program mutt be continued, but with (Simmen sense and economy ind in conformity with the best theucht of every section. i Kstnblisning tne real nnanciai , .-tability of farmers guarantees the feed supply. We must keep the farm boy at home, and te de se we must make his life se attractive he will net yield te the allurements of urban life. Our j program of compensating Injured work men and rehabilitating industrial ' crinples must be continued. We are somewhat in the threes of i mlsundeistanding as regards our public , school program. In the first place the ' parents must be convinced of the sanit of any school program. , "The new voters, the women, must be' taken into full party nmlmtlen. 'ilicre ! is no necessity for a feminine purty. It is net in accord with the thought of 9 ' equal suffrage. The uniform primary i ' must be strengthened nnd its future a guaranteed as the women's medium of S I expressing their convictions." i SNEAK THIEVES GET BUSY Twe Take Fur Coats and One Takes Jewelry Frem Garage Three robberies by sneak thieves were , reported te the police tedny. Twe of the thieves carried off fur coats. The third took only Jewelry. William Benhnm, -IS!) Gerhart strret, complained that a thief slipped into his heube some time yesterday and stele a fur coat valued at iOO. B. A. Slakeff & O., Twenty-second and Arch streets, reported that the fur (eat of Mln May Barker, stenographer, 202(1 North Fifteenth street, was taken I esterday. The- co-it was vulued at i ?330. I In the third robbery a thief entered the garage of Charles Ueszicr, U21 Areii street, and stele jewelry said te be north $208. START INDUSTRIAL CENSUS Federal Enumerators Werk In Phil adelphia and Nearby Counties A Federal census of the industries of j Philadelphia, Chester, Delnwnie, Bucks and Montgomery Counties heg.ui today, under the direction of Frank Adam, forty UBsistnnts nnd a dozen stenog raphers and tjplsts, who will remain here until the work is completed. Tim assistants came from the Census Bureau in Washington. The office, i in the Sub-Treasury Department of the Custom Heuse. The work will Include everj tiling in the industrial Hue, such -as textiles, steel, clothing, chemicals, newspapers, footwear, shipyards, agricultural Imple ments, etc. s1 MAN DIES IN TROLLEY I Bedy Has Rr'tf. V Iflll lea lment A feJ Taken te Morgue and i Net Been Identified An unidentified man, about sixty 1 venrs old. died suddenly last niirht in a Thirteenth street trolley car just as the car reached Lembard street. When the man was seen te keel ever in his scat the car wan stepped nnd the police were notified. The body was removed te the morgue. Iho dead man was about 5 feet 10 inches tall uml weighed aoeuc zuu pounds, ilia was gray and he was dresed In n suit and were a soft hat. , hair blue -BaV '"''"""'"'""'"""""""""""""'""'PB'! Dees your car "held the read"? If your car has net been Stabilized you cannot knew the joy of being able te drive along uncomcieus of read surfaces. Without Stabilaters you are at the absolute mercy of that demon spring recoil the thing which causes you te go bouncing along tha read and which dashes your axles and wheels back again with such destructive results te both tires and mechanism each time they have been lifted off the read by a bump. With Stabilaters the big bump produces no mere harmful results than the little bump because Sta Sta bilaeors automatically oppose each recoil in proportion te the force of that particular recoil. In a few hours' time we will se completely revolutionize the performance of your car, whether a Ferd or a five thousand dollar machine, that you will net recognize it as your own car. Drep in at our display room and let us show you hew Stabilaters accomplish these results or, better still, telephone us for an actual demonstration and be your own judge ever your own reads. Jehn Warren Watsen Company 24th and Locust Streets Philadelphia, Pa. M WATS ON m Stabilaters ' L.1 u. T , r-nft?rm blHfriXiU founded In 1868 "if 1?. ,, The Heuse that Heppe built ? Inaugurated the One-Price System In 1881 ' :'fi 11.-, ' s C. J. Heppe & Sen Downtown 1117-1119 Chestniit Street ; tJptenN. W. Cor. 6th & Thompson StT Our HunlneM Is confined, te the snte, exchange, rental and re pair of pianos, player-plsnes and talking machines for cash, chirge or rental payments. Onr Atencle embrace the world renowned Masen k Hamlin. Henry r. Miller, Weber, Steck. TMeuard Jules, ITeppe, U. C. Schemackcr. Marcellu sna Frnnccncft PUiieb: th Stein wny, Weber, Steck, Wheelock. Stroud and Aeolian Due-Art Hepreduclng Pianos, and Vic-tnr-VlctreIns. LBHIsHBiS J lBBBsl BBBaSBMBBBPVfaKVsH tHsfiitBiI A library study of tambert Mnrphr, the celebrated tenor, who mnkes records for the Vlctretn. The Heppe Rental-Payment Plan If It Is net convenient for yen te ninke full payment at pur chase, you mny rent nny piano, playcr-plane or Vletrela that wa sell and nil rent will be applied tewnrd the purchaae price. Yeu are free te purchaae the instru ment or return It at any time. February Sale of " Used Pianos and Players Just the opportunity yeu'have been waiting for every piano rebuilt and guaranteed for 5 years and exchangeable free within 1 year. James & Helstrom Upr ig-ht Piane kbeny $125 , Winthrop U p r 1 g h t Piane Mahogany 195 Hallet & Davis- Up right Plan e Wal nut OOtL Henry F. Miller Up right Plan 0 Wal nut 245 ScJiemacker Anaelua Player-Piane Maheg. any 88-Nete $400 Mendelssohn Player Player Piane Mahogany 88- Note 325 Pease Upright Piano Piane Mahogany 245 Chieke'ring Upright Piane Mahogany 240 ' A NeW Idea A feldintr nertabla V!rtinTe' ...i thing for a hundred uses where veur 1 Victrela &"!&, je, practical. WeSl fii new scyie a Ail -A, 'rl the' .In- call thUj Every family should own a Due-Art Reproducing Piane Your children may enjoy the playing of the world's greatest artists. Such refining influence will make your home mere attractive. The Due-Art brings you such artists as Paderewski, Bauer, Hofmann, Gabrilewitsch, Ganz, Cortet and many ethers. The Due-Art is made only in the Steinway, Weber, Steck, Wheel ock, Stroud and Aeolian pianos, all en sale at Heppe's. Prices are from $750 up. aAaW 1 jQlHaWavVC ATXaLKaaRtVV'. X fBsHaHi ' II lHBBaaBl iiiHaMBl vaaaaaawsaV i?i BHflaaaEHa 1 Suit -Case Victrela The price is only $60. Payme n t s as low as $1 weekly accepted. rrrrrrrrrrrrfrrrWf ray-Mall This Coupon for Full Information :.J. HcppO & SeBlgnlVh'ncrlPkd Without any obligation en 'my part pleas mi xuii iiiiuiuiMbivii huuui, uiuirn, a uvivw) ; n Pianos XX Player-Pianos Q Victrela. I, j.i Free A Surprise A Lifetime Gift Waiting at your grocer's my kids want CHOCOPICS give me six of era please Lucky kids whose dad forgets "business" long enough te think of Choce-pics! Wise dad who knows that in all the world there's nothing better for a youngster's sweet-teeth than a slice of pure ice cream dipped in a coating of rich chocolate. Choce-pics are tempting, tasty, wonderfully inviting tid-bits in describably delicious and wholesome, tee. A novel dainty, the like of which you have never tasted. A sanitary foil wrapper protects its goodness. Ideal for every- age every taste every occasion. cHOCOPlc chcevered PHILADELPHIA ICECREAM "a tidbit rare JO? beyond compare pSSSSSS Here we offer te women a lifetime gift. We de net tell you what it is, for we want it a sur prise. Your grocer has it waiting for you when you accept this offer. The gift is the latest thing of its land, made by a famous maker. Every day you will use it and enjoy it. ,i -JZJHZm "r'iIJJI J - ifcj?MiimiJ I f 1 1 i iii 1 jJjlililLIU-jji-jj Vanillin 11 n 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitI turn Cam ua 1 It is a luxury article, se most women de net have it. Net one in a thousand has a style like this. Accept the offer in the coupon and see what this gift is. We premise you something you win always prize. Deuble-Rich Milk A 20-year development sreRiuzeJ l5 A1 ,Siiilg2 A&ORAsrei MILK -xrGiilUVr TTT7 I S PHILADELPHIA ICE CREAM IS SERVED The Richer Milk The finest milk produced in America Over twice as rich as bottled milk Frem sanitary dairies and high bred cows, in the finest dairying sections of the Middle West Van Camp Products Ce. Indianapolis, Ind. The grocers of this section are new supplied with a super grade of milk. We want you te knew it, and at once. That's why we make this offer. The milk is produced in the finest dairying sections of the Middle West. It comes from sanitary dairies and from high bred cows. The Van Camp cendenseries are located in the hearts of these rich districts. Each is a model plant. A new-day process Milk fresh from the cows is put into a vacuum. There at low heat we evaporate most of the water. Nothing else comes out. The milk is then sealed, then sterilized, se it comes te you germ-free. Nearly 8 fat The Van Camp Milk is as thick as cream. It is ever twice as rich as bottled milk nearly 8 per cent butter fat. Use it as it is for cream in coffee or en cereals. Add an Our Offer Geed only untilMay 1, 1922 a equal part of water Fer a rfcfi miuc te annk. Fer coekinf. dilute still further. It brings you whole milk d the richest sort Yeu always have plenty en hand. Ne short age, no waste. Just open a can, small or large, as you want it it is Detn milk and cream, it costs veu less than bottled milk, because it saves all waste Fer only a few The Van Camp experts nav spent ze years te produce i nunc uke this. The supply limited. Net mere than oei home in twentv ever can tret it Se we supply certain section Onlv. Ttiia crlnn unll VlM- after be one. Your grocer will De kept supplied. New we want von te trv it- the finest milk you have eve? Known, se we ener this secret gift te you when you buy Then the milk itself will make you want it always. Cut out this coupon se yefll won't forget ',? '' I $r iMi'A1 !f T The Secret Gift is at your grocer's Buy from your grocer 12 cans of Van Camp's Milk, at one time or as wanted. Cut out from each label the picture of the caneur trade-mark. When you have 12 of these trade-marks hand them te your grocer and he will present you the gift mr i;. kfi V.fiiU uiL B-JF i , rvv. s 2K&53 wj L.V.,v.M,,gV.u w ., ,,,,,,,,1 . '''-1rtif'h''v '