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vjv 'I 'W V ? PHilA YOUTH HELD PARTYHEADS PLAN IN HOLD UPMURDER ENROLLMENT DRIVE EVENING; UBlilC SATURDAY, ' AVGV&tf 'idr'M Anxiety te Leave Baltimore Causes Arrest in $7263 Payroll Robbery Appeals Being Made te Women In Effert te Insure Big Vete for Pinchot DEMOCRATS ALSO ARE BUSY HIRED TAXI FOR THE TRIP ricrnM Tnyler. 7012 T.nfwlewnp nro nre ue U nun of five suspects under nr JLt' In tlalllmerc following n payroll holdup Hi yclM'lnyin which '' man wiw shot le Menth unit another hlncHu Ir'l i,,,n unennxelnusiiptH. William " Nnl. sccrptnry unit trens- Tit ' 7i!nes nn-l n-le.ly Mekri "-""-"l Democratic Pnrtle, nre pay- rpncntpcllv when ln nmt a compnnien Ltre liel'il "P nt Madisen street nml Park nvenuc, Ilnltlmerc, nt 0:30 A. M. New tlint nil tnlk of third party nievpinpnls anil Insurrectleni In the Ro Re publican organization against the Icnd ershlp of (ilffenl 1'lnchet Is raplilly pausing out en the wnvtn of mldsuni- inpr Hint, lenders in both the Itepub- 1--.1.... The bii'mlltit. four in number, struck down I-'rPilprii'lc W. Kuetlie, bookkeeper li'K nttcntlen te eettlna out n bl re lstrntlen for the general election No vember 7. A special drive alone this line Is belnc made by the women. Mrs. Barclay H. ?r the i-entraetlng company, and Wnrburten, vice chairman of the Re ' ' i In n motorcar with a $7103 P1Tifilet''s arrest was directly due te hs intc in icnvliiR Baltimore. He en Mecd n.tnxlaib there nt 11:15 A. M. mtonley nnd after first giving a dp dp flnatien in Bait mere, directed the Spur te drive te Philadelphia. He paid $"0 fire hi advance. Parents Ce te Baltimore nretiti lPft tlill CUV ler morning Tnvler's par Baltimore 'this publican State-Cemmittee: Mrs. Geerge Herace Lerlmer, president of the Re publican Women of l'ennsylYanla, for the Republicans, and Mrs. Clarence Kcnshaw, vice chairman of the Demo cratic State Committee, for the Demo crats, are nt work te roll up a large registration. Mcanwhilp tlin PpntiHvk'nnln T.nnfftin They were I of Women Voters, of which Mrs. Jehn l j. .wiiiur la ciiiiiriiiau, representing Detn . i .4 ..F inn nmnrpnn. iich.i , inn nrri"-.L ill. i.iv: ....v........ neumii "".,.. j, , iicpueiican ,, uemneratlc wginen inI'K 'Z In DPective llurrnu In voters, I, enrrjing en an nctlveoain nctlveeain VtfA TJ.lv snM hey liad net-seen J'S" J?' nitration. The reason for imp, ui cuiirtv, is nun uii iirwriuu" reg- .l.!. ... tnr ilirre innnths. Tayler win the firnt suspect arrested. He hml ptigappd a tnxlenb driven by William Gedwin, of Baltimore. "TIip man first told me he wanted te rn te Market place," Gedwin later told h police. "After we get then he U me hew Ieiir it would take te go out the Philadelphia "nd. te'd me he had chaiii-'Pil his mind and wnnted te go te Philadelphia. "I linked him why lie did net beard 'the train, and lie told me te drive ahead and get out into the country. A e went out the IJelair read and several miles out I stepped and said 1 wanted te knew where he was going se I would be erpparert with sufficient gasoline. "The man acted in an unusual man ner and told me he was nnxieiis te get home and that he would pay me te take him te Philadelphia. "Opt me te Phila delphia ""'1 1 will pay j en well," he, told me- Cauqht by Motorcycle Pellceimn "He linked me what 1 would charge him and I told him I would hae te call hcailiiuarli'i- in Ualtlmere. After reaching Ki'lnlr I Mopped, went te a telephone and railed the central elhce of the talc.ib pempany. "Talr was right beside me at the .,.,.' ,,l I unk' lltulllln til tlllk V-e.lv I let the central office take the The three reglstiatieit tlujs for CUP Of II1V pilllllOll. IUKI ' " """ " te run tee fnit. that a motorcycle po liceman would pick me tip. The cab get under win and after we hnd gene about seten mili'i 1 heard the motorcycle po liceman behind. "Talor urged me t 'speed up a bit. A few minutes later the policeman ran tins! i mil Ill'Ill up "It llllllll. i steppe te Tn pen nlviv nnlel'M. Tajler fit lut oil wlipn he win talpn te police henilipiarlers. Pellen wiy a 32-catilire rewdver and a numbpr of cartridge'' were found in Ills suitcase. The weapon apparently had net been fired rpeently. A Ilaltimeie newspaper has effprp'd i S.MMKI ipunrd for the une.t and eon een Tietimi of the payroll bandits: the V'i dellt and Deposit Company has offered a rewind of SL'.'OO, and Governer Hiteliie, of Miirylnnd, personally offered S'i'iO. , istratlens have expired and new regis trntlen is required before a voter can take part in the November election. Ready te Start Campaign The days set by law for registration come just after the fall campaign swings into action. One week from today at Alientewu the Republican campaign will officially get under way. Then Mr. Pinchot, the Republican nominee, for Gocrner. and the candidates for the t'liltcd States Senate, Senators Reed and Pepper, will be the principal speak ers. Shortly thereafter Mr. Pinchot will start out en an nutomebile tour which will take him into every county in the State. Jehn A. McSparran. Mr. Plnchet's Democratic opponent, will jump Inte tin- fray about the same time. Plans for the Democratic campaign will be discussed at a meeting of the Demo cratic Kxeeutlve Committee ill Harris burg Monday. - In n general way, all is set for the November election except the enrolling of the voters en the registration books in the cities of the Commonwealth. Most voters In boroughs nnd townships already have been registered by the assessors. However. If the local as sessors In the small and rural election districts have missed1 any names, they can ae aiuicii en fcpifinuer ,i iieu u. at ion (Iiijh ler alt cities, including Philadelphia, where the voters must go te the lolls and legister In person, are, Thursday, September 7 Tuesday, September 11), and Satiirclny, October 7. The Republican organization has definitely accepted the leadership of Mr. Pinchot. W. Harry ltaker, chairman -f the Republican State Committee, who i . ......... i .. !.... itni i nun n i ' !. .-..... "0" - -. ,1 nun was .i..-r-u ". .- xnrPStlPj ,icsirP f Mr. Pinchot, is U.iltlineie. wn uie way i Hp;,mllm: t1P eck-end at Mllferd, Mr. jler wanted te knew what was bap- illnchnt hm(. Mr. Raker Is carrying lag anil i iem iinu " "' nMt the iilmm e Pinchot rather than RAPS WOMAN'S KNUCKLES FOR SMOKING ON STREET Husband Complains Against Action of New Yerk Policeman New Yeili. Aug. IS). (Ry A. P.) Women here were waiting with In terest for the decision of Police Commissioner Knrlght ns te whether a policeman can step a woman from Hanking a cigarette en the strcpt. The question aresp aftPr Police ma Kilynn rapped the knuckles et Mrs. May Sladcn. after slip refused te illspaid a cigarette. The woman was Kinekliig while standing with her hus band and chatting with friends en Rrendwny. Most of the women In the party were wearing knickerbockers. Kdward II. Sladen protested te the policemen that lie had given his wife the clgaiettp and that there was no law te prevent her smoking where nnd when shn wished. He mnde a complaint against Kllyen and the matter was pawil te Commissioner Knrlght for decision. MATHILDEGOESTO BASLE Received Several Visits Frem Oser While In Seellsberg Kcclisbcrg, Switzerland, Aug. 11). (Hy A. P.) Mnthllde McCormick, granddaughter of Jehn I), Rockefeller, ha9 left here after a stay of several days It is rumored that she has gene te llasle. Max (Ker, her fiance, cnlled upon her setcial timps while here. MNs Mc Mc Cermkk wn accompanied by her governess. Aftcr-Dinncr Tricks T-y s. '7 .' t I (&) in Nn. nil 1, Mir. f'nln rmir coins are placed in the position mown at the lop of the diagram. Seiup ne h asked le mew the coin "A" ittralgHt downward, without measure jnent, uiuil the dlstunce from V te . "exactly eipml le the distance between i,,?,'"' 'I'he lower peslilun of coin A shows the exact distance the coin 'ust be moved. The person who moves ine coin will slidp It downward nn inch r be, whereas It must be mned ipilte illstnnce. The presence of the third r?'n between the two top ones causes , w distance tn be iinilerpstlniated. I reef that the performer's move Is "met can be made by setting three ,, gjj" between points V and ',, en either 'tflithht, jjji, j, ruijl0 1f4g company of the organization. Furthermore, the Vare-contrellcd Republican City Com mittee will meet after Laber Day te hear addresses by the candidates and give the long-deferred Indersement te the candidacy of the forester. Alse, the Vare leaders will get busy en plans for getting the rank and file regis tered. This Is very Important te the leaders, as thp Republican registration obtained this fall, under the call of the Pinchot candidacy, will be geed for the nrimnrlps of next year, when the highly important contest for the i winning of the Republican mayoralty , nomination will be staged. Future Leadership at Stake While the Pinchot leadership in the . Republican Party is agreed en for the fall campaign, the question of future Stnte leadership-control of the politics, legislation and administration of the Commonwealth, will really hinge upon the results of the November election. And tlieie is no doubt in the minds of keen politicians that the Republicans will carry the election. The plai.i Issue will bp the wolee welee wolee tien of two I'nited Stntes Senators, a Governer, a Lieutenant Governer, a Secretary of Internal Affairs, a mem ber of Congress from each district in the State, it State Senater in each even numbered district nnd the full mem bership. 20 of the State Heuse of Representatives. With these officers elected, the big question will be: "Who is te be the nnl lealer of the Stnte new that Pen rose Is dead and Governer Snreul is ubeiit te end his term of office? ' Discussing this a prominent and in- ' lluentlni pelitlial leader said: "Pin- chet has the opportunity that no ether man ever hnd in the affairs and politics of Pennsylvania. He is net one te whom fame and fortune nre ' stinngers. He apparently means te gel) tilings done, net in the old-fashioned . wav, by the brutal use of favor and patronage, but by clearly stating his plans. Pinchot can make organized pnlilic opinion a gieat nnd overwhelm ins force in this State, se that, instead of worrying about the successor te the I C'ameron-Qiiay-Penresp dynnsty, we I can see the Using up of a new pewer1 In public affalin .itid in politics. Pin- chet has the chance te stand for this new idea." Old Rosses Have Gone Interest in the coming election, there fore, is stirred up largely by the pos sibilities which lie in the passing away of the old .cailership. Women leaders ai.d leters, who made themselves felt In the nomination of Mr. Pinctiet ever Attorney General Alter, are looking nt the election from this point of iew. Thev point out that just as they are coming into real intliience in politics, tliu State has passed through a remark able and unprecedented phase of change iiig leaders. Within ten months three I'nited States Sennteis ftein Pennsyl vania, each a power and an authority In his own field, have died: Senators Knox, l'enr ise nnd Cre In this connection it is pointed out, as indicatiM" of the new situation, that the next ; ale Heuso of Hcpic.seuta lives, for tin first time, will hnvc sev eral women members. Tliice will be elected fiem Philadelphia. Mis. Martha (1. Spelser, wife of an Assistant Dis trict Attorney; Mrs. Resa S. de Yeung nnd Mrs. Lillie II. Pills. An An other is regarded as assincd of election in Chester County, Miss Martha G. Themas; and ethers will be chesii in ether counties. The brunt of the campaigning will be borne b Pinchot nnd McSparran. Senators Reed nnd Pepper will take the htiiuip, but only often enough, it is believed, te maku it mere than In-leu-sting for their Democratic oppon ents. Judge Samuel H. Shull. of Stieiidshurg. and Cole'ncl l'red It. Kerr, of' Cle.irtleld, Senater Pepper and Colonel Kerr are rivals for the old Peii Peii rese neat, whlje Senater Reed and Judgv Shull nie candidate.! for the old Knox Knex i'nr vacancy, . ' Wanamaker's Down Stairs Stere Offers Monday an Early Sale of Winter Coats 113 Different New Styles in the New Materials and New Celers, Many Luxuriously Trimmed With Carefully Selected Furs, Such as Gray Squirrel, Beaver, Nutria, Caracul, Raccoon and Wolf, All at Large Savings Important Groups $25 $38.50 $58.50 $78.50 ny F3 4M W ' I 7 - SwA f ;zj $38.50 $58.50 Why buy a Winter coat in August? Te save money; te secure finer fabrics and finer furs at a mere moderate price than would be possible later; te have your Winter wrap ready when the first cool weather arrives. Fer the first time, Wanamaker's Down Stairs Stere offers a sale of Winter coats a month ahead of the season. Seven makers are represented with 700 coats, all of them being much better than the standard market values of the moment. All are in the new Winter fashions. A large part of the Down Stairs Fashion Stere will be devoted te this Ceat Sale and there will be plenty of experienced sales people. Sample Coats at $78.50 Thirty-four styles, mostly one and two of a kind. Made of distinguished materials, sefLand velvety te the touch. Warmly interlined. Trimmed with large cellars and cuffs of platinum wolf, taupe fox, beautiful beaver and ether furs. Sizes 1G te 42. S78.50 $38.50 The Coats at $58.50 Nineteen different styles in sizes 16 te 42. Luxuriously plain ones in navy, brown and black with rich linings of crepe de chine and heavily interlined. Alse beautiful models of fine belivia with gray squirrel, platinum wolf, nutria or beaver. These. are in the fashionable browns and blues and black. There are a few extra sizes among them. The Coats at $38.50 Thirty-eight different styles in sizes 16 te 42. Fine belivia dress coats in wrappjP dolman styles that are im mensely effective. Seme are stitched or- hand embroidered. Seme are individually plain and with straight lines. Most of them have cellars and sometimes cuffs of beaver, nutria, gray squirrel, platinum wolf or caracul. Alse a distinctive group of fine checked and plaid tweed coats with natural raccoon cellars. (I)nnn Stiilrs Meri-, Mnrktt) $38.50 The Coats at $25 Twenty-two different styles in sizes 1G te 42. Veleuri and llama cloth trimmed with dyed ceney and stitched and embroidered or strapped with the material. Seme with caracul cellars. Alse coats without fur cellars that have fur-trimmed and fringed scarfs. 10 Styles of Autumn Coats $10.75 . $16.50 Tweed sport coats. Many have plaid backs. Yeke and 'sleeve linings are of silk Exceptionally geed materials, well tailei-ed. Clear away 1 f All Women's Gingham Dresses New $2 Women's Voile and Swiss Dresses New $2, $3 and $5 Summer frocks myt hurry out without delay. The best way we knew of te hasten the process is te pare down the prices perilously close te the vanishing point. Think7 of the satisfaction of securing a geed-looking tub frock for the small expenditure of $2 te $5! All the remaining ginghams are new $2. Pretty checks and broken plaidB in geed colors, the favorite black and white effects predominating. Broken sizes 16 te 38. Voile frocks that were a fourth te a third mere (and even much higher priced earlier in the season) have new dropped te $2 and $3. Broken sizes 16 te 44. Light and dark effects. Fine organdies, plain dark color and dotted voiles and Swisses have all dropped te $5. Broken sizes 14 te 42. Many show marks of handling, but a cursory pressing will render every one delightfully wearable. (Down Htalrs Stere. Murktt) Women's Shoes $3.40 and $3.90 At $3.40 the season's clear- away 01 wmte snees in con servative styles that were de cidedly mere. Mostly leather- lined white canvas with ankle stran. round tees and medium $3.90 Sa heel. Nearly all sizes. At $90, new patent leather strap pumps with the fashionable Cuban heel. Perforated tops ; geed welted soles. Rubber heel attached. A limited number only. (Down Stair Stere, Chrstnnt) Sale of Women's Gingham Heuse Dresses, $2 Spick and span and new. Net merely "heusd dresses," but real "home" frocks. Clean-looking, housewifely dresses easily denned for pleasantly busy days of home activities. Well-made Billie Burke models of geed Scotch gingham in clean cut stripes nnd checks. Straight-line ami lowered waistline styles, some with smart Jittlc waistcoat fronts and nil with sashes. Rickrack braid and embroidered-edge trimming en cellars and cuffs of snowy organdie or plain-color chambray. Sizes 3G te 4G. (I)enn Malm Murr. Market) Play Clethes for Little Tots $1.10 te $1.65 Se cunningly made that one would enjoy fitting out a particularly populous home for orphans. At $1.10. peg-ten rompers that 1 chambray, with checked cintiham suggest n Dutch boy and wooden i cellars and cuffs and embroidered Men's and Beys' Shoes at Lowered Prices The comfort and serviceability "of these sports styles make their acquisition at lowered prices espe cially worth while. Small boys' tan oxfords with square tees and welted soles, $2.25. Sizes 10 te 13M.. Beys' tan leather oxfords with mannish nprfeMflnna and heavy welted soles, $2.73. Sizes 1 te G. Men's brown-trimmed sport oxfords of heavy smoked elkskin, with fiber 'suction soles and heels, $4.50. All sizes and widths. (Men's Ilewn, Stnlr Stere en the Onllery, Market) $4.50 shoes. Of sturdy chambray with cellar, sleeve and knee cuffs of i contrasting checked gingham or white linene. Straight waists. ' Blue, corn, rose and green. Sues j 2 te 5 years. At $1.10, straight drescs of checked gingham. Full skirts , shirred and gathered te a yoke. , Plain cellars and cuffs and button trimming. Blue, corn, rose and green. Sizes 2 te 0 years. At ?1.2i, pantalette dresses of (Down Malm Mere, t'riitrn!) animal pockets. Blue, corn, res and green. Sizes 2 te 0 years. At $1.G5, pantalette dresses of geed checked gingham trimmed with plain-color chambray and black embroidery. Red, blue, green and brown. Sizes 2 te 6 years. , At $1.50, little boys suits of plain-color chambray, piped with white, and with button and em broidery trimming. Blue, green and brown. Sizes 2 te 6 vears. New Crepe de Chine Nightgowns, $3.85 Levely lacy enep and equally pretty tailored ones with inserted lace trimmings. Strap-top styles. The quality of the crepe de chine is exceptionally geed. Delicate flesh color. (Down Stnlm Stere. Central) Hand-Embroidered Crepe Kimonos Frem Far-Away Jaaan $3 te $5 A new importation of the favorite Japanebe crepe kimonos that women have been asking for. Of geed, firm cotton crepe, cut unusually long and full and made with Btrengly bound seams, they will prove extremely practical as well as charming. Rese, pink, light blue, lavender and old blue, hand embroidered in fetching flower and bird designs. (Down Stairs Mere, Central) Silk Vanity Bags, $5 Designed with se clever a combination of simple style and dainty materials that they are practical for both general street use nnd dress occasions. Flat shapes, square or rounded, with mirror and swinging coin purse. Made of figured moire silk lined with plain or changeable bright silks, i Marcnsite or cut-steel bead trimmings mid plain or braided cords Black or blue. i i ,.n,w.n. 8flr s.. crl) , Satin-Finish Spreads and Bed Sets $3 te $6.50 Fresh, snowy white ones and prettily colored novelties. $3 and $3.50 for white satin-finish spreads, priced according te size 72x84 and 78x88 inches $5 for n better quality white satin-finish spread, Plain hemmed ends. $4.50, $5 and 78x88 inches. $5.50 for white satin-finish spreads with spnllnneH edges nnd cut corners. Priced according te size, 78x88, 80x90 and 8(3x90 inches. $0.50 for novelty colored bed sets, consisting of spread with hcalleped edges and cut corners and bolster threw te match. Pink blue and yellow. Size SOxfO inches. ' ' (lliiun MulrH Mere, Centrx!) Men's Cotten Half Hese, 12 l-2c The sort men like te buy by the half-dozen pair. First quality. Reinforced heel and tee. Black, navy, cordovan Size? d(2 te Hi.. ' l-UiUUV'1"' ((iiillery. Market) Men'TWhite Linen Handkerchiefs 25c All-linen, with narrow hemstitched border. Quietly conservative and in geed taste for business or dress clothes. (IIuhii Miilri Meic, Central) Japanese All-Silk Pengee$l725 Yd. Dresses, children's things, underclothes and draperies may all come off the same piece, when silk is .-e fine and even a weave. Nat ural color. 33 inches wide. White Baronet Satin, $2 Yard The smooth sheen of the lustrous fiber silk is attractive for fanerts skirts or dainty underthings. 39 inchch wide. (Itnwn Mulrs Mere, Central) Old-Fashioned Quilting Challis, iyc lard i ersian and flowered patterns with an old-fashioned leek. New ...... . ..u. ,, t-uuun inaienai win nave tlic quaintness of treasured w.w -". uiic new biauuuy. Celers that win. net easily. 36 inches wide. Outing Flannel, 15c Yard Seft and "nappy-for youngsters' Winter night clothe, stripes, blue and white, pink and white or tan and white. (Hint n Mulrn store. Central) show soil Various New Scissors at 50c Sharp, bright, shining scissors in nil sizes from the Miiall kinds for fine embroidery te geed 6-inch length ones which will cut just nbeut anything that needs cutting. Butten-hole scissors with gauges. "Sterk" scissors with extremely fine points. Other plain and decorated embroidery scissors in small and larger sizes. Blunt or sharp points. Geed steel scissors which clese tightly and cut accurately their entire length. (Dim 11 Stairs Mere, Central) Women's Linen Handkerchiefs 12i2c te 25c White, with printed lavender borders, 12 Vfee; exactly half price! Pink, blue, yellow and laven der, with hemstitched bonier, 15c. With daintily embroidered cor ner, 2Cc. v (Down Stain Stere, Central) New Shipment of Standard Axm inster Rugs Specially Priced limited consignment of these very geed rugs identical in quality with some we have been selling in regular stock at considerably higher prices. Staple pat terns and colors. In the most asked-for sizes. 11.3xl5.ft. Rugs, $02.50. 9 x 12-ft. Rugs, $33.50. 8.3 x 10.6-ft. Rugs, $31.50. 0 x 9-ft. Rugs, $18.75. 3GxC3-ln. Rugs, $0.50. 27 x 54-in. Rugs. $3.45. 27 inch x 9 ft. Hall Runners, $0.85. 27 inch x 12 ft. Hall Runners, $9.05. New Plaited Rag Rugs a Third Less Firmly woven of new rags and securely stitched in oval shapes. Hit-and-miss patterns. 18x3(-inch Rugs, $1.15. 24 x 48-inch Rugs, $2.25. 9x12 Seamless Valvet Rugs, $35 The newly improved method of manu facture of these rugs renders the patterns almost as clear-cut and definite as in a fine Wilten a vast improvement in vel, vet rug making. Predominating colors taupe and tan. (Den ii Milr Mure, Cliritiuit) are rose, blue, jrUl te 4 V-Sl eS Bat hi I M 1 Sit 1M . a t aai. ,'. . , ,..Ar (Si- fruH,.