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..5,, ' ? .V "i JX w (F" jmr ir -i ' t ,,! . LBt-SICS"! '$ 'U, --).'.' 'Ai-i:'--. ' k. .. ;T?iefWEATnmn iHcrcMint clm4i4fMt''aiietHe4 ulht and, Wednesday! 'gentle setrtherly TfcVirKHATtmfcAt 1SACII HOUR z1 a..-. SJ -w..n ., -Wt V ' V,A f )'ii,r?f s i. !' iVi .dL a U etz J, h I 1) 110 m 1112 I 1 I 2 I I Y4' IWylW 7ft 77 778 We ISO VOL VIII. NO. 292 FLIERSARE SAVED BY BOAT BELIEVED Crew and Passenger of Missing Ambassador II, Landed at L'eng Beach' IDENTITY OF RESCUE CRAFT NOW MYSTERY Only Hardship Experienced by Three Men Was in Being Transferred a Sea Ii '43oc(effl Vrtss New Yerk, Aug. 22. The Ihrcc men who were last ferty-three hours lit " crippled seaplane en the ocean landed parly today In a fishing smack nt Leng Dcacli, rushed lnU the city and then Immediately left for different parts of the country. . A statement outlining their experi ences was lesucd after they bad geno by Jfsjer B. Ii. Spilth, operating head of the company owning the. lest seaplane, The rescued men vvere-V. . Robin Rebin Robin en. of Pittsburgh, the passenger; W. T. Miller, pilot, and Hareld Tliomvfcen, nie'clianlclen. Robinson went te Atlan tic City. Millar and Thompson -went te Saratoga. They" "were reported te have leftju one of the company's planes. Itum- Runner, He Says The statement said that the seaplane fell "Inte the water about- two miles off Leng Beach Sunday morning during a heavy blew when the engine went dead. The passenger and crew finally were rescued by the fishing smack. This morning no traco'eeuld be picked up 'at Leng Beach qf the unnamed ichoener credited with rescuing the air men, Whcu Majer Smith Liter was asked the uame of the two-sticker, he "Ids . , ,,.,, "The name was net given Miller, nor was her destination or thu time1 the expected te reach the pert. I pre sume, therefore, she was a rum-running ichoener." Believed Chasing Her Majer Smith taid he understood the coast cutter Seneca, which yesterday Jelnfd "warships, tugs, speed-beats and pjsnes In the"' search for the lest Am bassador II new was looking for the schooner. Coast guard officials here, however, said she bad received no such orders. Itum runners freeucntl.v have been ropertul lying oft the Leng Island const. "The statement tailed by Majer Smith -said: ' "The crew and the passenger of the eremariiicflyif ,-bent Ambassador' II. reported mkwihg off Fire Island Mgbt Mgbt lelp. Sunday' afternoon, were landed at Xefig Beach Inst-., evening by a umall fisblngschoencr. Captain Miller, pilot of 'the dying beat, reports that en a sight-seeing flight along the Leng Island shore he circled southward In the direction of Fire Island Light, a uistanre of four or five miles, and started In the direction of Far Rock Reck away when, nt an altitude of about 1200 feet, bis meter stepped. "This was about 0:1,1 A. M., Sun day. He was forced te hind nboiittwe mlcs off shore of Leng Beach. v v Righted FMilng Beat ''The seas were runulng about twenty-five feet und be began te im mediately sccurothe ship for heavy weather bv putting out the sea anchor and distributing oil. "About 1:30 P. M.. when they fightpil a small fishing schooner, about a mile off, they tiled .cvcral slguul lights. "The schooner came aleugside. but due te the extreme heavy weatht-r It re quired about tne hours te innnener Inte a position permitting the crew and passenger te change from the seaplane te the schooner. , "Captain Miller reports that en final inspection of his meter he found that one pf the driving gears of the meter ml broken, crippling the ignition sjs tcm, which caused the u.oter te step. Plane? May Be Saved "Captain Miller 6tatps that when last en the piano was drifting easily, and Ii still believed te be intact, and will be located and picked up by some pass Ing vessel. "Captain Miller reports that no nanj&nips wcre tuffcred except the in cident te transferrins from one beat te another en the high seas. The pna 'enger, V. S. Robinson, of Pittsburgh, itateel that he and a party of friends were metering and stepped nt Atlantic Uty during the het spell, and lip seized yj" opportunity for uu rurlj morning light before proceeding en their trip te the While Mountains. ... Mr. ' Kobiueen stated that nt no time !ll lie feel any sense of alarm except t the time of transferring from the Hying beat te the fishing schooner. He ?i-yu eninnsiasiieaiiy of t.'aptaln Mil 'r. and Mcchnnlclau Thoinpren." BOY, 8, IS EXONERATED IN KILLING OF BROTHER, 5 Corener Assails Father for Leavinjj Gun Around Heuse' n?re"crr. Kniehfc today discharged riieuiji Comedecha. .lr,. el5ht jeiirs J. at an inquest held Inte the death of 'few-"' Mether Jefph, who as killed by tho.fenner en August 13 Ji?I r, ll'" ,m,s hai? Uen plailiic in their linme ut l.'JU Tasker Btreet .'n i-elensing the boy Corener Kiilcht ireTmu ,i' ,c f"ULer BIt keepl, g "rearms within rennh nt .u. i.n.i.. . "I.I ,1.1. C- '.""' HIHUMII Cartridge Explodes When Hit roeuon Metal en Fleer nVv. i " V"'Kniiifiit et junk. B Peded1!!1 ? n J,W Vn cartridge; "M It, nn the bullet hit Dnrea. bullet, hit Dnrea, y - r ' i " I 'r"Li,1".B,b 1mem te Te,, the . ','llI!,0"I.,.tni l."V,,.i.,"..? 'U MW,WU 'f"'-' --roce terda.v when ,hc refnsc.l te .livulgtii: TO PAINT PHONE POLES ?" parents who possess i tkeurniri'f t I "ion of the signatures and' letter 'pf Workmen Repairing the Clarldfje In neccMrrt? ,m, Protection' In tl ," ,he marshals of the I rst Napoleeji be. N, Y. Believed Caught In Crash form of pLtes keep them m.V.,i mi lug unrlvnlcd In this country. IJP ... . ,, ",'."? ndaway from veurVh Irei.." ' Iwas a membenef the Art Oliili. where, XV ,? ,. ,? . ui.virhwmii.i n ' !,)T -- - iiV'lliill. 'for sears past' he bus made ,fi hem.i. "''' en' ''.vh brought theusnii.U Wnni.'PD eun-r .. . land w'.s ' vlce-prcsldenl of he Antl- !C PreaUsn pedestrians crowding te "WHIVW l Onill t EVI I II II I Ifirnv I n nlc nm tli.. ViimIUi..t. Wit r rjir- iiiMi '.Milt Ml) iniiiii ini se - . , V(V VWU.VVH 1 lliriUM t1'"-" i7 '' VM"iFiiini-. 11V ",,-" v' ,,MIV fWi''Oiieji-iin, i,, I ' "Ulel"'V " "U" ' "'; eVe, i Twe wnrKineii, members of n -"i. Ninth Tweitv-tlfih street n of 132 l'1' W.veMiliig aciiie, rauglit-'L,,, t,,., hud been ciiKiiced in ,i" :nlC!,.f,,,, ""111..? l mUtHX hl-SfcnV.2 V hI irr". V ,0 'hive f ! n llllflMttg' ''"s -i tin- shop et a: in "''leek his afUTuoeu frmiinM.veiHlljuir,,( Wh iu i.,lrCeiupaii, nt 007 crewed wires. An alarm wns tilniwW-j ,.i(,( f,,,,., flreilP1 ,, f Da esw'is nu.it'iV W'W. '" !"" imm "e2 tl 'rt "l" Jlre- setu.lteers began search of the -debt is thiflw lay wtert?M r,Jl- "l101! T,,c dMWW Hl?b,mtJl10i. Ser 'ethf r , Mleved te have beeu aiveMi-,.yJ2n?:?nrtr,dc? that had 71T 'T'lZ' burled lu the, debris. J i .. I .-. Ill .. l .I..I. ,1 'l,.., .V,i.'"f f',-").r ill 4 I ft ISO Untttrcil Ui tteierfd.CliiSii Miut-r at Under the Act of l). S. STEEL BOOSTS ' WAGES 20 PER CENT Day Laborers te Receive 36 Cents an Heur After September 1 . New Yerk, Aug. 22. (My- A. P.) TFie United States Steei Corperutlon ledny nnneuil'c'rd that the wage rates of lay labor ni nil Its "manufacturing plants Veuid be Increased 20 per cent September 1 and that ether rates would be equitably ndjusted. At the offices of the corporation 'It was said that nbeut luO.OOO men would be nffected by thef new scale and that they would rcccive thirty-six cents nn hour urider the advanced wnges. The corporation has nbeut 220,000 men en Its payroll, Kut 04,000 aic In the mining and transportation depart' incnts, It was said. The incipase Is the first since Feb ruary 1. 1020. when the men were boosted 10 per cent and received forty seven cents nn hour. On May JO, the wnges were cut 20 per eent nnd en .Tune. 10 of the saine jenr overtime vvn cut out for the VAeilicrs; The final cut enmc AuguM lp. 1021, when vngns were reduced te 'thirty cents an hour. Officers of the Cruclule Steel cor poration sn Id" Hint no action en. Increas ed wnges had yet beeli taken by their concern At the Bethlehem Steel cor poration offices It was said that no nc tlqn had been taken. Youngstown, Ohie, Aug. 22. (By A. P.) .Tames A. Campbell, president of the Youngstown Sheet nnd Tube Company, largest Independent steel company in the YoungMevvn district, said hh concern would fellow the lend of the United States Steel Corporation In increasing wnges for day labor, 20 per cent, with equitable adjustment for ether classes' of empleyes. SILK-CLAD GIRL ACCUSED AS STORE SHOPLIFTER Facet Magistrate After Twe At tempts te Kill Herself Mary Miller, well dressed nnd in tears, was held under $600 ball for the Grand Jury today by Magistrate Cow Cew ard charged with shoplifting. The girl will give lte address, maintaining she has no home. She was urrestcd several weeks age. At that time she bit a piece out of u drinking glass and tried te commit suicide by eating it in the office of the department stere where she was ar rested. Lnttr, when examined In City Hall, she trleU te rat her wrist watch. She has been n patient at the Hahne mann Hospital since. Today she wero n large black hat, a Canten crepe dress nnd a silk cape with n squirrel fur cellar. Her black stocking wcre of silk, and she wero black satin slippers. All through the hearing the girl wept, and almost collapsed at the outcome. , WW, IS DEM SHORE Retired Attorney and Society Figure- III Since Taxi Acci dent a Year Age " IS LAST OF HIS NAME Cornelius Stevenson died tedny at the Hetel Dennis In Atlantic City, nnd with him ends his line. His entire Im mediate family has come te an enu within the last year. He was lnvvjcr, clubman and connoisseur of ntt. Eighty years old, Mr. Stevenson has. been in steadily falling health for n year. In July, 1021, he was struck and injured by a taxieab, nnd then, en November 1-1, 1021, he lest-hls wife, who had gained nn international -cpu-tatlen nn writer and critic under the pep name "of V 'Peggy Shippcn.;" She was also scientist and Eg.v ptoleglst of note. Ill April. 1022, his son. AVil llam YoikeStevenson. nlfe died, nnd the successive shocks of. thee bereave ments, together with the ncctfient, se affected bis heart that an early end was, inevltaeie. Se serious did Air Stevenson's con- STEVENSON dltlen becoine a Week age that he ws,.fie overhead plnv. confined te Ins bed, under roils t ant care of bis physician, Dr. Gucrncy ) Ullnms. With him at the shore were his sisters, Mrs. Frederick Thursten Masen, well known in society, and Mrs. Jehn II. Easby. Owing te the Illness of Mrs. Masen, Mrs. Eafby vas net present when tne'nnil C. Cnllester. Bosten. OiO, 0-1, 0-2 death of Mr. Stcvenen occurred nt S.riO o'clock this morning. The. body will be brought te tlilf eitj, the funeral services te be held en Thursdaj . Bern in Philadelphia In 1S12. Mr Slcventen was umneeteil with miinj families of prominence in the city. He was a son of A Maj Stevenson and Anna Phillips. He leeched his cdiicu cdiicu tien in private schools here nnd nt the University of PcnnsyHnnin, from which he graduated in 1SI13. Before he had llnlfhrd his college course, shertlv nftcr the outbreak of the Civil War, he enlisted In the First City Troop, nnd was mustered in for emergency service in September, 1862, when the Invasion of the ?serth by Lee threatened Philadelphia. In .Tune, 1S03, Mr. Stevcnten entrained for Hnr the Getvsbuig campaign, nnd for scv-' eral months saw service. lie married Miss Sara Yerko eivMune 80 1870 Their home whs en Twcntj- ilslmrg with tne troop en me eve e; rir-.t street neiew viiuniii, nnu uiere AUTO BURNS IN STREET 1 Him entertained brlllliiutly for man) kn. phnln; tlirniigli cliiimplntis. trci.t- uey nnd Mnrixniei Kennedy, all eV p mi M.lerntien ui the annual convention of I j cars. He maintained n lavs' office nt '"d Dwlghl Davis, of St. Lein .uH ndclphin. win. were turned mw (, ' ' 1 1 lie International Stewards' Assecla- ! 707 Walnut street. He was a cpllecter cunln.,r.i en rtr M;ty,,, fi, rjl'" '" lne.il authorities h, th im", '. . """, whk-h uikmiwI here today, nre lofirnier nnd ether antiques, some of - - ' (belli police. The three worn nrresi 'd I adepled. his pieces being en view In .Mcnmrliil UrtTCI CI nflD Pni I mere I h n trnUc pellccnmn l,, Kli,i,i,0,i. . ' I . - rte(HM - r J ' iome ArARTMKNTS te nyir jsvkhv. ri'KHH . : -. nnd inoev ovary rmuiriiu''iiii mar utj ivurxiv ' cx- quickly W cenfi.ltliie ttatJVpaVj-Afacetwaa IF IT'S A, I'Kf ABTOSinnil.K 0U en vast M.Adv. -i-Zftfi ,, V wn. JeuMhnni'lt en vtf.iS.-Adv, I'i - l'Htelflc nt Plilladehrtila, l'a, March S, 18T0 Rich Mrs. Wakefield te Buy Husband for $100 it Menth Everybody Said te Be Agreeable te' F or me ; -Mrs. t SpreckeVs faking " Male of Sick Weman After Divorces . Itv AmiDclatcd Prtts Sail Francisce. Aug. 22. An offer by Mrs. Edith, Huntington Sprcckcls Wakefield, first wife of the late "Jack" Spreckeld, California millionaire, nnd herself prominent In Snn Francisce, te "buy" nnether woman's husband from her for $100 n month for the rest of her life, came te light here today nnd Ii ndmlttcd by nil persons in volved. The huMmnd whom Mrs Wakefield Is credited with having effetcd te "buy" N Kedliey Kcmlrlckt newspaper nrtlst. The wife, who In ill nnd admits she It "considering" the offer, void she already had given her wedding ring te Mrs. Wakefield. Mr. Wakefield Enid bhe, tee. planned n divorce. A statement from Mrs. Wakefield said : "It was n long" tlfiie age T told Mrs. Kcndrlck that I loved her husband and wanted te marry him. I premised her she would have a home with Redney and myself as lone ns she lived. She Is n very sick girl nnd I took care of her .for weeks. A hundred times she told me hew grateful she wns, In the presence of her husbninl and his mother ami sister. When wc left her I put 5000 In the bank for her te drnw en." Wife Doesn't Object The wlfe said : , .- "Mrs. Wakefield wrote me n letter five or six weeks age, when I was in n sanitarium, asking me te come te Iftr home In Sausalito. I had met her a year age and I thought her raotlve was one or kindness and frlendshln. Soen after I arrived she told me that she was In love with tny husband, nnd that he was In Jove with her. She said she would give me $10C a month for life, nnd would see tnat my babv was well taken cnro'ef If I would dl- t'A.nfi 17st,Mia ttr ,l.nl -l.n hiIh1.i ...n.... him ns seen us she secured a divorce i trein ,vir. nkeliel(I. Ten days age she and nij husband !eth told me that it ' was it tmrgaln, and they left In her .,.. .....,.. .i.. I.. A." r-.'ifew minutes after mil! and nll'i. ""..," r.'r"K ""' '" l,,u J'Hhc i xiiiivi- iiinmri. Later today Mrs. Kcndrlck Intimated that she might tnkc some legal action ether than divorce, and that she would at least consult an attorney before doing anything. The husband said: "Leng before this episode my wife told me that she did net love me tiny Wallace Jehnsen arid William Johnsten Prove Brilliant Com bination in National Doubles AUSTRALIAN TEAM WINS Loiigweod, Mass., Aug. 22. In the national" doubles tennis, championship today the new combination of William M. Johnsten, of Snn Francisce, and Wnllace T Jehnsen, of Philadelphia, rcVenled great possibilities in speeding through te a straight set victory ever Rebert Tunis and Parker Ellis, of Bos Bes Bos eon. The scores were C-l, 0-2, 0..'!. There was no end te"thc variety of strokes uncovered by the Johnston Johnsten Johnston Johnsen pair. Gerald Tnttcrsen nnd Pat O'Hnra Weed, the Australian Davis Cup team, moved into the third round by gnllop gnllep ing through Jehn S. Nicliell nnd David A. Niles, of Bosten. The Australians dropped only three games in the tnree sets. rue .cores w,.rc e-l. 0-1, C-2, and were accem plished mainly Jhreugh the power , Patterson's severe service in ills t of tcr- j e'Harn Weed wns remarkably stendv I enj saVB n8 tenmmate able assistance , at tne nrt. Their excellent tram-play stamped thqm ns one of the strongest teams in the .tournament. Later In the day the Austrians advanced te the fourth round by eliminating I. It. Kent Tie versat tv of Wills Dnvls. of Snn Francisce, niu Hnrrj G. John John Jehn eon, of Bosten, serclj tumbled the Kine.v brothers. The fevere feurt lian.l lllf'OU ,111.1 llll 11 .1,1, n. .J.A..J .. l...11 ..I.M .,,.!.. -Mil ,,, -, Hi-Jill I smashes of Davis combined with John John Jehn eon .' soft and tricky shots In wreck the tcnm-pln) of the California!)!,. j Davis nnd Jehnsen ran out the llrat set ntter It readied all. The battle raged furiously through twenty. one tense games before the Kinney brothers managed te breal breal threugh Davis' service in the tvventv- Davis and Jehnsen were lending, two 'ets te edp. when the plnjers retired t the clubhouse for the rest period. t William T. Til.Ien. 2d. of I'hiladel. secen.i game ami win ine set nt l-lt) i i'n. ",. hmumm, hi ion I ... .1 1.1.,.., . .!. 1 1, 1! I lll.ll liim'nr. nil- n-i imiu uner .lining re.lll) 0MI1P street Hetel Clnridge, at F...ty-f.,iirn. hinl Breadwii). celltip'.ed le.l.iv, t Ions of debils te the afreet Siurllng Ions nl tlehils te the street NEW TENNIS PAIR WISRESIGAI J In the Kpcenil Hut KIiirctq enf nn n I ii ...... . ... ..- tv ..,, .. ,,n hiMll in I e out. .Vlei'rUnii ni,-. stetidv stream of lobs aim were leading. I nrised the fiins with , Ji.,ii . Vi I games te I. vvhen Davis uncork.". Shw fulLml . .iS11 r'11 ,r(t' the power of his terrific strokes, and U'llewed h.v singles from the aided by Jehnsen's steadiness ran out Ceiitlnurii en ritsi Mnrtren.'Ji'iiiuiiin Tite the set at fl-4. tb. v,' ,-; m t PHtT.ATiKt.prtiX. Tuesday, august 22, 1922 . 'sBBBHPMHiiBBBBBBK KBBaHiki, ,'?''. , 'jdaaaSrA ' fa Jyi, iiltAii SJ5-iaf-T ''Vvl MRS. F. W. WAKEFIELD longer anil-intended te Bceure n divorce. She had been 111 with tuberculosis nnd for soine time was u patient nt n Stockton sanitarium. Several weeks age Mra. Wakefield nnd I brought her back te Sausalito nnd the three of us were living happily there together. "Thern was no cenreallnNit of hew hlngs steed. Mrs. Wakefield told my" Aife In the presence of my mother that she loved ma and would marry me If we vfere free. There was no longer nnv leve. between myself and my wife and yet we were all friendly, ft was th plaii that everything should be dene for my wife's comfort and happiness nnd up te new no objection has been mndc." Mrs. Wakefield Is described as thirty-nine and geed looking." Kendrlrk's mother and sister said they had urged the young wife te accept the slu"uu". Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield were mar ried in Honolulu seven years age a few minutes after she and ".Inch Snrerklcs had been divorced. Werd ,,- . .. , .. . ,, liihu iiiu uivu-u nun ui:uii iuiilu,, H(i cnblcd te Honolulu nnd tin: second marriage took place Immediately after its receipt, .An odd coincidence, was that JWr. Wakefield passed his second honeymoon In the "Paradise of the Pacific." His first wife was Miss Lena Sefton, daugh ter of a San Diege banker. TOSS BY TIERNEY '. ST0PMH3 Final Out in Ninth Cuts Off Quakers' Rally iir Pitts burgh Game MEADOWS LOSING HURLER PMII.MKS VVrlhttnn. :: Parkinson, ub WllllHnic, rf. . Walker, rf. , Meknn, lr .. rietflicr es. . 1-esll-. lb. ... He ni li: c. . Maewa, p, , tl.re Total All. U. a. ;: i n a n e t e 0 1 K in I II I (I 0 1 . .... na 3 IMTTSBUHail Mnranvllli;, i niifpK. ir UiiiiHI. if. Tlrnpj . ah, TrMier, ah. Clrlirim, h. Miiilex, c AftmLen, v. All. I I T a 4 4 A v.. i n i ' e e e 0 e 2 0 1 0 I 0 II ll I 0 i(als a; I'm "7 in n tBHtte.1 for jtu.levM in ninth " I'U.lld l'lttsb'jriili rMiini. e t 2 4 e ii e n e a n i 21MIOO. in i. i HriV,r.euln' ''"rtett" t;. bj torrlfe i,f lr1, ba"'. en hn off jtWdm , a'. t.i.'n" , i Vr,".J" ,'rlr"',r 10 T.fsn. L'mulicH niBtr and JtcCurniBck. fekuu. The Tine i nfi ih i..i. ' ine uirs Bnt all the breaks, n mnr- gam Wit h.WO P 1.1 HrrJrnnT,,d,nfB ' l" M"""C Th" ,lrUCr '"" " BllhhA?lZnX.tm hp,frein Trout streer into Girnrd avenue. Whle Memley. R ,w i 1,1?"' 'K V'T'''""' "l"" (1,",, t,,p str(rt wrd snils It rcn Ire ! ffi , J'""1 1" ''I'- Pn" " ,lc rrn'h Lee and later thej .',,. ns-Iste, b K Xh l'uH) nnrt ',fh,,'ul"f H ?l,'t f Monc wlhliiem ,.n the f art of the , Ism.. V"' wrwl,,,B ,l,e freut yf tlle nia" luiciier, v V Ith Hie score tied ill the hm l,f f K TWO WOMEN AND MAN WITH $800 FURS ARRESTED Property Aliened te Have Been stolen In Newark Newark, X. .1., Aug. , .N A. ! i i i 'Hie police arc holding f(,r nrrther I Igntlen Pius Lnsettn, Agnes Tier- i..ve-. contents el n suilcase In their nutome- .'Ml'. At tlie police station the case mi found te eentnln about SOO worth of furs, which lire alleged te have hee, in mJlTr. Me'" " J"''B" ,:,IMej' Tlin pellcnninii who made ! n.-... i " ' "' "' M1dlam..n i1''1 ,,,('1" RO- said one of the women iiflWnil l.i... .. d ring nnd ?."() in ,..,sh , eman Master in Chancerv 'Irentun. Aug 2-. Mrs. ,S,. . nlegate. seci..tar.i .. Vic. ChHu.'cll.ir Buchanan, wi.h appointed master In thn Court of Cliiimwy by Chancelh.r Wal" ker today. 'Ihe honor Is nn unusual one in view of thn fact that Mrs Applwte is net a member of the bar Hne Is the first woman ranstcr" In chancery in the Ste. m;,Mcr "J NEAWT IN 1ST;., THMCEBttT A'S, 64 AND 173 .Guthrie, New Ump, Greeted With Cushions and Pep Bot Bet tles After Decision on'Hemer DAUSS AND PILLETTE EACH WINNING HURLER Naylor Is Bumped Hard and Often by Detroit in the Nightcap Bex score or first Athletic-Detroit game will be found oil Page. 10. After a riot was nv'ertcd in the first sumo tedny, the Athletics went down l.j defeat before the Detroit bats, 0-4, nnd (he Tigers repealed In the nightcap of the deublcheader, 17 te 3. GUthrlc, making his first appearam a ns an umpire in Philadelphia, raised the Ire of the fans nt Shlbe Park when he chased Perkins nnd Itemmcl out of the first game. . ... The fans hurled cushions, pep bettKs nnd whatnot, in the general direction et Guthrie, while he was ordering- the Mark battery te the clubhouse. The argument between the umps nnd the plnyers started when Guthrie waved Blue, of the Tigers, te circuit the bases nftcr a bleachcrltfi had pulled in n b-ill hit, te the outfield. Geerge Dauss was the winning bur ler in the. firstgame, while Pillettc was given cradlt for the seednd victory. It virtually wns a runaway for the Tigers. Nnyler nnd .Ketchum .both were pelted hard and often, end insert. Details or tlic Game FIRST When Gnllewny fumbled Blue's grounder, he was safe at first and went te second when the ball went thieugh Walker. Cutslinw sacrificed. Dikes te Hnuser. Cobb singled through Djkes, Blue scoring. Vouch grounded te Ilnuser, Cobb going te second. Hell mnnn fanned. One run. Yminc was out. JHue unassisted. Cutshaw threw out Hnuser. McGewnn strolled. Miller fanned. Ne runs. SECOND lencs wns ensy for Yeung and Uauser. Bigncy wnlkcd. Woodall skied te MrUewan. Hnuser made a beautiful pick-up of Dykes' threw, which retired Pillettc. Ne runs. Iiruggy doubled down the third-base feuld line. Galloway grounded te Big ni'v. Walker went out the same vyny, druggy Inking third. Dykea flied te Veacli. Ne runs. THIllD Giillevvny dropped Blum's Krejiiidcr. but recovered it In time, te get lils'.nuuT'nt first. Cutshaw walked.' Cobb liftc'l -jiwaJLll te Yeungv Vcne.i loubllVte l.jrpmi?rUJiTKliiu.PTIrJlK man triplfir n center, scoring Y.each. Hauser ,gel .loner, unassisted. Twe runs. Nnjfer was out. Blue unassiste,a. Cutshaw threw out Ypung. Hauscr also gmunded te Cutshaw. Ne runs. FOl'ltTH Ulgney fouled te Bruggy. Woodall sinxled te center. Gnllewny muffed I'lllettc's Hy, Woodall taking second. Blue doubled te right, scoring Woodall. Cutslinw doubled te right, Herlng Plllettn nnd Blue, t'ebb fouled te Dvkes. Vcnch filed te Walker. Three run-. McGewun walked. Miller forced McGowan, ltigney te Cutslinw. Bruggy poked u silicic te left, Miller taking second. Galloway hit Inte a deubla play, Ulgney te Cutshaw te Blue. Ne runs. FIFTH Ketchum replaced Naylor for tb,e Athletics. Hcllinann bent out Centlnurrt en Paice Ninelfcn, Column On ARRESTEP AUTOIST FAILS TO THROW OFF POLICEMAN Driver, Apprehended, Steers Car Inte Stene Step His In an attempt te threw a policeman i en the running heard etvhls automobile after being arreted. Frank Davld'en, thirty -two jtnrs old, of Albin, N. J., swerved the machine across Fast Girnrd avenue nt Lee street early today nnd rnn into stone steps. Beth men were slightly Injured. Dnvldfen.vvns driving north en Frent street about 1:30 A. M.. when Patrol man Mcllvapey, of the Frent nnd Mas. ,ai lrpelM p.tnMnn. lintipnil that litn (lights wen, out. He jelled te David- ion, who, in attempting te step tne car, drove into a fence. lnr" tM" pnir.uinan nrresteu jum nna ,i,i n,i,isen t, .lrhc. te n.n Vtntinn . nTrm,nn inr- huicl dicvvHnue muvt FOR MEMUSJN ENGLISH Proposal te Ell slnate French Termt) te Be Disci, (sod at Convention St. Leuis, Aug. 22. (By A. P.)- Gucsils or hotels and restaurants in the Fulled States no longer will be obliged te ndj.ii't thrir tongues te the unusual French menu terms, but can use the l'1'11 "n aimiunn KngU'h tcrm3 without violating ru'.s if proposals prepared for con- Aute Routes Will Be Marked by Philadelphia Club Agieement en the pnluting of tclr graph poles in various colors te indi cate vnileus automobile, routes was 1 cached tednj nt n meeting repiefent lug nine motorist nnd nflichil orgnnl ergnnl orgnnl s'litleiiN. It w.in culled li, the Automo bile Mul. of Philadelphia nnd held ut J.". Ninth I went.) .tl.lul Htcet, I, II, Wnkter, representing the Slate lllghwii) Federation, uiiueiiuced tint 1 iiin.uc, 01 me uysi .c.nss cillcs II. e pi. lilt lug of the pelen li.ul liccu taken inre of by IiIr ergnnlntlnu. He citlmntcd that the cost of pnluting poles in Philadel phia svtuild net exceed $100, und this fund was subscribed. I OO, XOtT WANT A JOB? TIIKRK AM Plfniy of them H.lvrrtl.M in "hi Vl tlbilihid nli r.cp iLDPirwn LAST-MINUTE NEWS BASKBATJ DETROIT 10? '3 ATHLETICS f2d . 0' 0 0 0 miettc nnd Woodall; Nnylei' nml PHILLIES 0 12 0 PITTSBURGH 2 Zlendews and Hcnllue; DETKOIT 2 010 Meri Isen 2 0 2 0 Hasty I 0 . 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dud Perkins. 0 0.02 G 1 0 0 Dauss nnd E.vrici; rr. leuis....' 1 JuTONCA.L.) glieckcr and Scvcieid; Pcnneck nnd x MACKS DROP BOTH ENDS OF DETROIT r niue.lb 5 Catshnw, 2b 2 h e a c 2 18 0 0 3 3 6 0 2 0 0 0 2 110 4 0 0 0 110 0 0 2-7 1 2 2 0 0 10-11 Cebb,cf 1 '2 Vcach.lf 2 Heilmann, rf. 2 Jenes, 3b 0 KiKnuy.su '1 Woodall, c 2 1'illctU', p 2 ietals 17 17 27 15 2 CLEVELAND 10 1 NEW YORK (A.L.).. 10 0 0 0 TJhle and O'Neill; Bush nnd Schanff. CHICAGO.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 WASH'T,N(A.L.)lst 0 1110 0 0 1 Bobertsen and Schalk;-Hegr2dsc acd Gharrit. CHICAGO 0 0 00 3 0. WASH'T'N (A.L.) 2d. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mack and Sckalk; Frhnci3 nnd Gbarrlty. NEW YORK Jfc.'?r3J04,tt3 0 0 10" CINCINNATI (N.L.). 0 110 0 0 0 . McQuillan nnd Snyder; Couch and Hargrave. BROOKLYN 00003100 CHICAGO (N.L.).... 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 Vance, and Deberry; Aldridge and OTarrcil. BOSTON-ST. LOUIS QT. L.) HOT SCHEDULED LATEST RACING RESULTS SARATOGA Sixth Harrldnn, 7-5, 1-2, 1-5J wen; x-Gallant-man, 5-2, 4-5, 1-4, second; x-Pirate Geld, 5-2, 4-5, 1-4, third. Time, 1.13. Irish Brigadier,. Sailing Along-, The Dictator, Glad brook, Brecklesby nnd Dexterous also ran. CHIEF OF POLICE ARRESTED CINCINNATI, Aug. 22. Rey B. Williams, United States Dis trict Marshal r,t Covinjjten, announced today that Jehn Manning, chief of police, and H. W. Patter&en, night patielman nt Cerbln, Ky., are in custody of ITited States nutheiT!fes en charges of ob eb atiucung Justice in connection vlth the eutercement of strike in junction obtained by the Louisville and Nnanvillt Raihead te pre vsnt strikers tram intcrciiiv with eTncThlc nnd empleyes of tha lead at Cevbin. DU POHT AND LAYTON NOMINATED DOVER, DEL., Aug. 22. T. Celeman au "Pent, of Wlmnj Wlmnj ten, and Caleb R. Layte:, of Gcoietowu. wcie iueminated by tbe Delawaie Republican Convention late tedny lei Senater niul Congressman lcspectively. MOTHER KILLS HER TWO CHILDREN AND HERSELF BELMORE, 0 , Aug. 22. Mrc. Enunntt Green killed hciaclf in her home two, miles ra-t tf here tedr.y after slip lmd Jr'illed lit: two children, Coial, two, and Stanley, five, by slnhhine; th?li threats with a rncer. Despe.ideucy ever thu death of nnether child early this year is given as the ciuse of the deed 3 BURNED TO DEATH IN COLLISION DETROIT, Aug. 22.-Thiee );eif.eus were burued.te death this, afternoon whi the northbound Tolcdp-Detrelt flyer un thu Mich igan Central Railroad struck a motertruck leat with tuipen tuipen tlne and gaseline at the Dixie Highway crossing, just outslue the vilfnge of Rockweed, twenty-bix milfM seurh r-i hti." LOST FLIERS ARE FOUND World Air Teurlati Forced te Land In India Calcutta, Aug. V'.. (Hy ,. V.) - v u.miiih .t.iri.in.i .viac.sniian und says a mespiifc received Calcutta ntatesman. The engine has been .repaired, says ie messsge, and the nvlnterii Intend le M rcsu csu.ue tj.cir mgiii inuncdlat.-lV. nun .Minimis, wi.e lelt Here rialiirdav for ' ,"""'"' u euisiurr, paying H te 1. '"" "." """ " ' ,""" "- eurlluri ' Akjub, llurina in c-.tlnuatlen of hi , um.1 'with I, Vajer up, Wuu' the ilrs i l?"",'."! '"W"" l,B ".' V'1"" 'Wr rouml-the-werld flight nhnndene, by race herc'te lay It- r VJ. ,,r-. HH. wMrh. I a lctf.Ml, ,n i m mL Majer W. T. llhike becaus.. ..r iii,,e7 n ' . i " ''w-wi.r- lcclc.1 freiu the miners of ,j. difctrtut were forced te laud en ace. u nt f ! f.' I '' TT "i1 :.-t!rt",lg-, 1U- Star, Miw; llllfl , U,Umt , ""l""" v.i(m ..i.aiMHiiiiiir. liiclnir")) tedny by the 1 Suboflptlen Prlc 10 a Tr by MaJI, !, by Publld Ltdctr Company - SCORES 0 15 0 - V? 17 -2 0 0 2 1 0.- 3 0 7 s Bvupgy. 0 0 i Connelly find Guthrie. lr 0 0 3 9 J 0 X 4 10 0 0 1 nnd Mtittex Rigler, McCormick. 1 1 0 - G 11 0 1 1 0 - 4 3 1 Gutlnle nnd Connelly. 0 0 3 0 0 0- 1G 7 4 Waltcu TWIN BILL TO TIGERS ATHLETICS r Yeung, 2b 0 Miitiher, lb , 0 .McGowan, rf.. . . 0 "Miller, cf) 0 Hruggy.c 1 Galloway, ss 0 Walker, If 0 Dvkes, 3h 1 Naylor, p 0 Ketchum, p 0 Calloway, se.'. .. . 1 Totals, 3 e a c 0 1 e 0 0 2 1 y 0 1 e- 3 11 2 0 S 0 3. 1 0 0 2 9 27 11 7 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 1 1 -X G 2 13 12 8 10 0 3 1 0 W. 1 - e - 5 1 14 S 1 0 TOUCANA PROVES UPSET " - - . L. Fater Rides Outsider te Victory at Saratoga Saratoga lta-ftrarl. N. ,u fufflT; l?AUE' "-".r.eld.. , k teir.,iahil?,,0j: ,5:1 W J: S. Trin.em. les. MeAU.;..?; i.i 2!i 1 m?w '?.' nii n Tlm, ;0 ,. u lii5r--r--. ..vv,..,.,, ,,reraQ. Jillti an- '.-- .:",: "" . .,:,... ,i.;r . ::v. ... : . v1"' ." . , nx'-jji PRICE TVO CI Berah and Winslow Bills Art Before Senate and Heuse Respectively BOTH GRANT SWEEPING POWERS TO COMMISSION Illinois Chiefs and Miners Cem4 te Terms Near Agreement in Other States wmw OMt' HARDING INSISTS v : ON NEUTRAL PROBE 1 OF COAL INDUSTRY III Associated Press Washington, Aug, til!.--Whiie M Senate Lnber Cenimlttcc was lakind the first fermnl action toward cita tion of the coal committee recommend ed by President Harding, tbe President let it be known today that he wns dis posed (u insist Hint thu Investigating body be made up exclusively of laipar tlal representatives of the public with out special representation for ' cithtf mine opcrnters or empleyes. A bill for n commission en which thfl President would be free le cheese rept resentntives of the opcrnters. miiun or the H'.e ns he saw fit wns favor ably reported by the Semite commit tee. At the same time the Heuse In terstntc Commerce Cemmitter, work ing independent!, refused te strlki) from its tentative bill n prevision which would expressly prohibit membership en the commission of nny person hav ing nny interest in or connection with the coal industry The Heuse committee's bill nlse svail fn-ernbly reported after n number e changes were made from the form 1st which it officially wns drafted by Chair man Winslow. As perfected, it pro vides for a commission of nine mem bers, while the measure drawn by the Senate committee spccilicd that thl membership shall be live. In each bill the commission is provided sweeping powers of investigation. Miners Have Own Probe The Presidents. desire that no rcprt- seiuuiivc ei i nc inuusir.) sir en me com mission was said nt the White Heuse, te be based en the fact that the bl turn I neus operators In the union .S4rfs , nnd the miners' union hnd agreed te set up a commission of their own fee the purpose of acquiring general facta nbeut the Industry. In addition, if ssns said the cemnletf-- Itef the cenl industry, when the varj'J lug conditions of the anthracite field arc also taken Inte jhe sjtudl. svenld require a large and unwieldy' body In the opinion et the President, If.niiyat tempt1 were innde te put upon "it partl saiifcrprcdentutlvc of employers ,nd empleyes. The 'bill reported from the itfnkib LabocjCennnlttee was drafted by-.'the committee chnlniian. Senater llerah, who taUl he expected te nil It up in the Senate tomorrow. In its eriglnnl form it had proposed that representatives nt the operators, miners and Heuse be given places en the loiniuissleii. but Mr. Ilnrnh eliminated this stipulation at the request of the President. T.I the Heuse Clillimltlne nil nITnrt te Strike Ollt the siiecilic nrnvUtmi against partisan, representation ssatf made b.v Hepresentntlvc DciiIneii, who cemes: from the llrrritt tlliJtrict. After, rejection of his motion, Mr. Uenlsen nnnounced that be would taki' his fight te the fleer of the Hnue, where lenders heie te bring up the Winslow bill within a day or two. Knrlicr in the day Hrprcvntall-e HlaniJ, whose fnet-linding co.nmissteii bill Is en the Heuse calendar, n'se nn-x neunced that he would make a light for acceptance- of his measure, which elves representation te miners nnd opera tore. , Provides Klvn Member Senater Herah'a bill, in mldltieii 'te providing for miners' and operators' representation, originally had proposed thnt enlj thru- nn u Hit en the conuiiliS cenuiiliS conuiiliS sien, Hnd It wns miI.I te have been nt ihe PrcNldi'iitV reqiict that this sec tion also was inedltic.l. The live mem bers provided for In the n ensure art reported would be nppeinled y thi l'rcsidenl. cenliriiie.l b.v the Senate und receive salaries of S7,-,00 The com mission would be required te report within five months. A complete luvpsiiciitien of enM, prelit and sverkliiK conditions of anth racite und blluu.lneiib iiiines m ic qulre.l by tlie Se.inie bill. It calls for a report ei. the ndvisahllttv of na tionalizing the nm liiilustrs, the ir regular tj of employment, the causeij..-'" of strikes and pi-hlbh ),. .edles nifd Cenllntir.1 en I'nir IVnr. lumii7n B.&O CLERKS' OLD PAY PARTLY RESTORED ' Agreement Reached With Railroad Heads Effective as of August 10 Ilaltlmnrv, Aug. L'2. f 1 1 A. P.)-m An agreement restoring a part et thn three and four cents per iiU Cllt (n the pay et railroad clerks apd ether station emplejcH decreed bv the United States Itnllreail Laber Heard wns n- J neunce.l here Imhiy for that das- et i emideyes en the Ilaltlmere and Ohlei Hnllten.l System. 'j, It wns miiieuuccil tpt freight Imn- dlers were increased one cent an hour that young clerks lu the service, received -no increase and thnt old i...,-Lu ., ut, seniority reiehed nn in use of freiif iii in mien cciiin an neur, nick Jeen and Siiiurdnv afternoon hnlf helJdny f were irslnied te the ,,..,. if was wild, AuBiiHrTe.,TlJr,,,l,P" """"" "" "' MINERS ASK ACCOUNTING Say Unions Collected $3,000,000 lit District 5 Since 1913 Pittsburgh, Aug 'J-.'.- (lu .. PA- ' (llllccrM of id.. I'iiIIsmI .Mini. Worker, .--n.i ... ,-,, i. in. iv nsKci in ii C Cliniulicis. Who il.elureil tliv Ll J . m .1 --.--. ,...j imiuiii, bsrn of the iiplen. A J5??JT' MK '"fh. K: ' X&MZZwGWJrZi L?.7'i!Mi v vJ..'.7lYf"S": ?' rr -- .'i v ite, -tfy-A w V . f H 'V- -T.. ..., . . .. qjyw,, veiumn Twr Artf, ' -"".'--Ji P-fit j. iCi&kiJSt. Mi J'V iHft?ii,svM.t i'j.c-;'i.-''is.tj".-?5? -vvtj.vi gik f : , ii N A f. Vyl - i n..