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F213F. '.. ' - r K," T HJ 1 1 '1' tr'l- T . ft. IH U w 4 B BS BR m w iff h sv I te. r By Wr hf Vf . r; 'iff' 12 ft i'ii ..sv5- EVENING l'UBUU LEUUEK-I'liilAliJiLl-HlX WJiUNEtiDAy, "'aIUiEjUSt' 30, TOMPT TO BREAK 11 ONION CHARGED Way Men's Leader Replies te Eastern Reads' Declaration Refusing Recognition ChlcnRO, Atic. HO. ,T. 0 Smock, vlrn president of the Mnlnteminre of Way ikin'n 1'ninn. nt today's henrinc before (he Ttnllrenil Laber Heard en the mcnN application for mi Increase in minimum pitM of liny, replied te the Wnlber mil lion tlnit tc.n IJastern lines cetitil net recognize tin miiltitenanee-nMvaj men (in a pnrfv te a ills-pute lpenue main tennnce men bail coiie.en utrlkf en tbese reed ami bccniiwe new orennizatleni had been formed. Mr. Smock deelared the contention wns part of n movement im tlic pnrt of the carriers te brenk up the union. "The read"," lie fiiIiI. "arc socking te hnvc bridge and bulldim foremen ex cluded from the union. Attempts te plncc thes" men In another organization rnnnet deprive n of the rlpht te reprc tent nil our members." W. .7. I.auck. stntNtlrlan for tli" union, again breiiglit up the thing-waRe1 principle which the beard etenlay re fused te adept unless tlie union could fhew tliat n "living wage" was the Fame eh n "just and iiii.eiiable wage" Frescrlbed bj the Transportation Act. fe declared that the principle ns un derstood by the union vn recegnised by the Kinsas Industrial Court law ami that the Kansas act nNe contained pro pre visions for the establishment of mini mum rates of jin. "There is no spirit of nntngenlsm to ward the beard." Mr. Ltiuek said. In referring te the union's proposal for amendment of the Transportation Liu. The rates of pa estaliiWheil liy the beard new ure intircly inadequate," Mr. I.nuck added. Jehn (J. Walber. author of the Wal her motion and "tecutlve secretary of the bureau of information for eastern railroads, wns present at the bearing ready te make answer te the union's plea for a "living wage primlple." Hen W. Heeper, chairman of the Laber Heard, announced that no de cision en the plea fur increased pay would be rendered until all the members of the Inber group of the beard have returned te Chicago. Albert l'hllllp Is with his wife, who is ill In California. and Walter K. McMrniman is away en a vacation. The are expected te re turn about the middle of September. Mr. Smock presented the union state ment ted.iy. owing te the absence of 1. F. (trable. president of the union, who was slightly ill at his hotel tedny. BRITAIN PREPARES TO PAY U. S. WARJDEBT INTEREST Shipments of Geld Being Made te Meet First Installment Washington. Aug "(. iRvA IM Great Hrlfnin is lilrpln geld from her reserves te tills country in preparation for the Interest pavment due en the British war debt te this leuntrv in Oc tober, aeenrding te n report te the Com merce Department today from Censul General Rebert 1 Skinner, at Londen Of the total of about .sMI'-.OOO.OOO of cold imported by this country during July, approximately Si's, (HWI, (100 came from (Jreat Itritain In round num bers. SlOO.OOd.OOII of interest en the Uritish debt is due during () tuber and November, about Sii.VllOO.OflO being payable en October l," WOMAN COLLAPSES IN FEAR OF DEPORTATION ORDER Wife of American Citizen Allowed te Stay In This Country The ordeal of n hearing In naturalization court te determine her right te remain in the Cnited States se unnerved Mrs. Kllwi l'attursen thnt she collapsed tedav just after .ludge Dick Dick ineon ilecldcilMlutt she hail the right te remain. The wemnn, who wns born In Kngland. nciiulres this right through marriage te an American citizen. Mrs. Patterson, who was formerly Mrs. Hllrit Leather, came here In Aiii-ii iu"n M'lti. ln.r two children. I They were ordered deported en the . ground that they were likely te become I public chnrKcs. l.nter Mrs. rnttemui met Albert 1L Tattersen. it tailor of front and Cnmbria streets, and they were married. I Apparently the case wns forgotten I until Mrs. Leather's bondsman sitr I rendered her In order te protect himself. With the possibility of being sent bnck te Knghmd, Mrs. Patterson and her husband tiled habeas ceri us proceed ings In the I'nlted States District I Court for the dismissal of the deporta deperta l tlen proceedings. i Police Tip Warned Drug Ring of Raid Cnntlnnnl from Tnice One and produce the defendants In iiee interest they acted. Further. Judge Mennghan requested that all old cases which have net been tried or which may hnve heen burlnl In the nrclilves of the district attorney's office be dug out of the "forgotten" lists and prepared for action. t I.-trliR Meney for Trebc One of the obstacles te the co-operation of the police Is lack of funds for confidential work. Director Cortelyou said he recently requested money for ibis work ami thnt it was refused by City Controller Iladley. 1 As there was an appropriation of SI 0,000 by Council under a confidential item for obtaining evidence Mr. Hnd lev was asked tedav whether he In tended te siL'ii a warrant ngainst this sum se thnt the Director could go ahead ! with this work. Mr. Iladley replied he had fent a letter te Council asking that body te define the intent of the appropriation. In view of this he said he thought It would be discourteous for nnv one te bring action until Council had passed en it. Jeseph Santore, who was indicted eight times en charges of sidling drugs, was surrendered by his counsel tedir , and sent te Meyamensing Prison te await trial. lie was arrested en a fugitive warrant. Santore is said te be ' one of the big traffickers, working with i Jeseph. I Three alleged addicts had hearings j today hefeie Magistrate Ceward. j Jenny Jenes, Thirteenth and Poplar streus. ,il(. t tip. prisoners, aner ueing held in bail for the (Jr.ind Jur. made nil urgent plea te the police te take care of her liome when she went te "de her bit." Th woman was nrrctctl by Defective P.iliner at Twelfth nnd Filbert strict-. She immediately asked permission t t cemmunicate with her husband. Then she learned b telephone that he also had ' ecu arrested as well as another woman living in the house occupied by Jenny. "I have been framed by a let of rats," said the wemnn. "and while I'm in the jug they'll teb me. I knew them of edd She was held in S1000 bail for the (iiMiid Jurj William Jenes ami Anna Leuis were held in the same amount. II ftlcfeenf) acker If ! M I' IJL Xe ibratien at any speed m m under any circumstances. jjS I JEhRv Rickenbacker-Philadelphia Ce. I I jJ) 1520 N. Bread St. Poplar 9090 ft 'isyiMMi'M'Miyayi;- w Ne. I0O 1N-KI. Celli rtntrcl ROGERS SJlverc&QeIld Plate ELEQRIC FIXTURES MADE BY ROGERS SlL ERPLATE CO. Prices Exceedingly Attractive ADELPHIA SALES CO. Walnut 2201 23 N. Tenth St. Cl.CI.IKls. I-IAIUHLS A1U AI'l'LIArstt-3 i sgffu'TBsnefw?' rs Ne 2.in J hllrr I'l-itrd 2d Fleer Built te Last for Years 1245 CkauU OlfaerTbuwu Pricsa IHtel - 11790 IKUJ 2300 3tiU4 -. 3190 f..k.MmffmU Ne passenger car parts. The Stewart "Utility Wagen" fe a full-blooded truck. It is all busi ness. Worksmere hours, turns in faster trips and keeps down cests,;becan3Q lOyears-eftruck buildingexperience vras put in it with these exact purposes in Mem. Electric lights, starter, Alemite lubrication, 34x4Jn cord tires. ..CTl GOMERY SCHWARTZ MOTOR CAR CO. Sales Roem, 128O40 North liread Service Station, 2400-11 Market St. 'Utiiity Wagen he New P E ' B s. L S Power, Speed and Ductility Unparalleled In the Annals of American Metering We are assured of the sale of all these new Peerless cars we can produce during the entire current year. This message te you, therefore, is simply an invitation an invitation te come' in and pass judgment en what we believe you will pronounce a remarkable piece of work notably well done. It is our hope and our expectation also that the verdict of these competent te judge, will be such that all ever America tomorrow the name Peerless will take en a new meaning and a deeper significance. Yeu have been premised great things in the name of Peerless, and after many months, te the very best of our ability, that premise is about te be fulfilled. We shall be disappointed if you de net Bay that Peerless has evolved out of the eight-cylinder principle, capacities for enjoyment and ease which eight-cylinder cars have never yet yielded. But extracting from this principle its utter most in power, sustained speed, and ductility, we believe we have introduced into the fabrication of meter cars, elements of ease or at any rate decrees of ease they have net possessed before. This process of evolution will, we are convinced, give you a new conception of power and speed by which all cars of the highest grade will be judged from this time forward. you have heretofore experienced it, and power as you will encounter it in the Peerless, is se marked that it immediately manifests itself in a most emazing way in the performance of the car. Irhas all the natural swift response, man ageability, and soft action of the eight cylinder principle, accelerated te a degree of obedience and ductility that will prove a new delight. These are our honest convictions but the proof and the verdict rest with you. There is in all men who feel that they have done a geed piece of work, a craving for appreciation. We frankly confess te that human weakness. This car was built for your approval -te win, if possible, first place in the favor of the discriminating motorists of America. Therefore, we net only ask, but urge, you te come in and see the new Peerless, and if it pleases and inspires you as we hope and believe it will, give us the satisfaction of earning your endorsement. And when we say you we mean the entire family net excluding the boys (who are probably the best judges of meter cars in the household) and certainly including mother and the girls, te whom the exqui site design and appointments of the new Peerless will make special appeal. The contrast between abundant power as The peerless Moter Car Ce, Cleveland, ohie GIRARD AUTOMOBILE COMPANY C. R. CL'NLIFFE, Picsident 2314 Chestnut Street The New Peerless It is our sincere belle! that nothing short ei the mert costly custom built creations can compare with the beauty ei the new Peerleu eight-cylinder meter car. The body design itseli is one of unusual grace and exceptionally fins proportions. The car is longer and lower. The wheels are smaller, the tires larger. The fenders are exceedingly attractive. The radiator and heed present an extremely pleasing aspect. The degree ei riding smoothness is se pronounced, by reason ei the longer wheelbase new 123 inches and the new equipment with extra-long semi-elliptic springs, that it will induce you, we believe, te say this is the most comiertable car you have ever ridden in The driver finds himself in a position el greatest ease, whence he steers, shifts gears, 6tarts and steps with the very minimum of exertion. Perhaps the most notable feature ei the new Peerless Eight road read behavior is its smoothness a lack ei chattering and bumping and sidesway bound te delight the motorist who has always sought such comfort and always fallen short of finding it. This new Peerless Eight gees even farther, if that Is possible, in these splendid qualities of reliability which enable a car always te respond promptly and efficiently, no matter what it is called upon te de. The power, the speed, the ductility ler which the peerless eight cylinder engine has long been famous, are enhanced by carefully worked out engineering Improvements. Engine design Is cleaner. All parts ara easy te get at. - Delce staning, lighting and Ignition contribute te the all-around de pendability of the car. The storage battery is Exide. Deth axles are Timken, the front with roller-bearings net only en the wheel spindles, but In the steering pivots as well te increase steering ease still further, and the rear of the semi floating type, with X5H 2 inch brakes a size scientifically proportioned te the weight and power of the car. It Is easy te appreciate all we say of riding comfort when it is known that the front springs are 41 inches long and the rear springs 60 Inches long. The shackle belts have the unusually large diameter of inch, which means almost no wear at a point ordinarily slighted in engineering. Open cars carry the Peerless permanent top, equipped with dome light. The side-curtains fit se snugly that they give the practical ad vantages of a closed car. In the closed car types, the doers and windows are unusually wide, the hardware reminds you of fine Jeweler's-plate, and every accessory of comfort is provided. Maximum strength in the chassis frame is assured by side bars measuring 7H inches at their greatest depth. Rigid cress-members, and stout tubular crets members at both ends, obviate the weaving that Inevitably results in body squeaks and rattles. In addition te a complete equipment of tools, the new Peerless is provided with rear-view mirror, windshield cleaner, combination speedometer and clock, a handy lamp el the reel type, and a special Peerless tail lamp which Incorporates an autemadc electric rear signal The New Peerless Eight is Built in the Following Types: 4-Pantngtr Touring Phaeton S-Patungct Town Sedan 7-Patitngtr Touring Phaeton 4-Pa$,tngtr Opera Brougham 2-Pauenger Readittr Coupe 7-Pautngtr Suburban Sedan 4-Pantnger Suburban Coupe S-Pautngtr Berline Limeuiine t s 0fife Cr... JM S L V zi "Vi Vi r - g, r v iMli fed V OL. jOy.