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tjt- ;m'TS f KW'J? !-) '- K3f -n, V t - rt.OF' Vt ..iT". ' A. EVENING PUBLIC LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1922 Vj-.iWLu SM Mi w,s w la 11 I?'. lt.it ft ,1 m . . HENATOR JOHNSON ? ; LEADING BY 39,233 Says He Has Wen Nomination. Moero Declines te Admit His Defeat ,,, . ....n. r-j.f RETURNS ARE INCOMPLETE Bv Awttlntid Prtu San Francisce. Aug .10. United States Senater Hiram Jehnsen con cen llnued te Increase his lead ever C. C. Heore during the morning count of yes terday's voting in the race for the Re publican senatorial nomination. In.1' Inures from 2S4.T precincts of the,Man Mining After Inquiry Found State's 000,-, are hs follews: . . M1,u,, Jehnsen. 132.762; Moere 03..-.20. I Dead ln Mlchl0n All of the Incumbent Congressmen who Chicago. Aug. 30 (Pa A V i (iad contents In their districts nppar- The bedv of a man in the ekthing of tntly had safe margins for renemina- ! which th police found a card benns Ien. 'he name nf W W. Talcott. mining Friend W. Ittchardsen. State Trcas-' Mnce l.ii Thur-dav. was taken from rer. early tedav was leading Governer Lake Michigan tedaj. Talcutt di-im- Btepbens for th'i Republican jcuberna- ,penre.l following an Instigation of th tonal nomination. The latest count gave lllehartisfjn r.22! and Stephens 07.008. The figures were from 1004 precincts. On the Democratic ticket William J. Pearson, of Iei Angeles, was unop posed for the Democratic nomination or United States Senater District Attorney Themas I.ee Woetwlne. of I,e.s CAMERAS Th iurMc veu rt hr ti jut bltli trad s ih ijuallti e' nv nn Kf our Impertei Cumtras and tst u eajln a srat (Seal W can prc Exchanrt our eamtra 'or a WW or Phila. Camera Exchange W. J. MKIann, Manacrr. Therm Sprare tt!5 1420 Chestnut St. crj.d ?; Fer Your Trip Over Laber Day Save 20 en your Suit Cases Traveling Bags Ladies Hand Bags Wardrobe Trunks Our Grn Tag Sale Still Continue! Next te Keith's Theatre BaBaefflfifflswBii 1 Rich and mellow OSCO Coffee In all our Stores flmmimmianmmmmjwmmrwi Of! JM Drink bubbly, tpicy, vimful Peacock Ginger Ale (or the bracing zest of i t s sparkling fragrance and because it helps vea threagh a het tpcll as nothing else can, Pats a nippy edge en y ear appetite, loe! TACOCR Sparkling Gineer Ale :J'"l''m the Pre nnrv CHESTN0T IBI ,b 29c v XSARSAPARILLA i ROOT BEER LIME SODA J I OTHfR BEVERAGES mT&ZttWJ 3AJ&' sSHSWaklWBE5r' 1W" dcJ r Ct 1 j A Mi.i Angeles, had the lead for the Deme-(the medlc.il detachment. These who cratlc nomination for Governer. w"l remain Include cavalrymen, ma- j chine gunners and the erk wagon Columbia. S. C. Aug. T.O. (Dy A. train, with camps at Merganin. Hoi Hei P.) Fermer Governer Cele L. Hlca'- couple, Hrewnsvflle, Celver and Ebens had n lead of approximately MOO vote Iburg. The coal situation Is cleared bere. today In his contest for Governer In military reports show, se far as the yesterday'" Democratic primaries, en! lending operators are concerned. In the face of returns from 10.V1 out of this Immediate area the Cleveland 1.100 precincts. It Hppenred certain. ' agreement terminated the strike In nil however, that he would lack a major' .mines excepting these owned bv the Ity of the total rote cast and n second Pittsburgh ( eul ( empnjiy. while In the primary would be necesarv en Sep. i Central Pennsylvania dlstrirt the At f ember 12. The vote te date: Illeae. toena agreement marked the close of 00.S04. Thnm. ii MM.n .-.4. 'it . the strike . in nil but Somerset ( eunty. r;. K t. 'in'i.-. u'uium rvi. i ninn. "MXl; .Inhn T Duncan. 144S and ;j. .1. Canter. 1104. ' Indications were that tlif two women candidates for superintendent of cIhpii- I tleii were unsuccessful, although Mr? ' BrsMr Redgers Drake, of IlenncttsvHIc T .- ..... T , ( polled 2rt.2.)0 votes. .! II. Swear- ingcn, me lncumnent. wa leaning. BODY IN LAKE IS SEQUEL I ! TO WOMAN HEALER CASE Teaciiings ei ,. .i .Moere, seit-stjieu home healer." among whose d'cin!e Talcott's wifn was numbered. I Talcott resigned from a manufactur ing cenfern a;id Interested himself tn the prosecution of Moere, wl,e was tine.' $100 In municipal court en a charge of ebtuinlng money from women fol lower h decentinn. Talcott dec.aivd his home life had been ruined bv bis wife'' devotion te Men-e's teachings ded her attendance at the Life Insti I tute, founded by Moere. Tellnwlng the Mecre trial. Talcott instituted sanity proceedings nc.imst his wife, but phvsieians declared lier t.ane Tnl'-ett vanished two da later An unrignel titration en a llp of paper found en the clothing read -is fellows. "If j mi de net withdraw etir 'suit against Moere, ewdence will be brought against you from six rears I age " Th police were without Information en which te bnse an explanation of ih note. Moere, when told of the finding of Talcott's bed. expressed f.irprise an 1 said: "I nexer expected that it wmt'd turn out that Talcott had committed Miictde A t a motive, well. tUT" was something a long time bail; b (te I came te knew hi.u " , Pepper's Proposal may ana Leai sirine Continued from Pas Onf up under the lterah Bil! no- peni- ing in th fceuete Meet Senater Pepper Senater Pepper were Mr WaTiner Mr Richards. Mr. Lewis and Mr Philip Murraj . e president of ' le T'nited Mine Worker. The wrn at the imitation of Senater-Pepper .ind the preliminary ilinMsjiens (a the Sen Sen aeor's office during the ilaj caused th widespread belief h had evehed a se lutlen of th Inrd-enal strike Presi dent Harding was nid te have shared th optimism exjirstcvl en nl! sues The fact that the miners' leaders hac" ceuwd te participate in t!ie conversa tions and were dozing while the two Senators wer with the operators left no ether Impression than that scree Issue bad arisen at wh;ch the mltm own er were balking and that the negotia tions had narrowed te a question of their being wen ever te some propos! prepos! propes! tion te which the miner., bed nreed or which h.id been presented bv them In view of the unqualified statements bv miners' ekesmen, after Mr Lewis hud been w tn Sen.it'" t'cpjipp fe sev eral hours, thht the strikers would no; budge frm. the- stand en the arbitra tion issue, and that It was u rock en which any conference would sp'lt. the belief was general that the operators had agreed te back down en that pe:ar te end the strike and ressib'y te avert Government operation of their proper ties. Fer Separate Commission It was also agreed by the parnd- ' pants in the conference that a epar.i'e commlsMen should be named te investi gate the anthracite Industry, consider ing that :r is endueted en an nitire'v different bais and under diceren' con ditions from the bituminous lne.Uftr It was recegnised that te attempt te, apply the same principles te both in dustries, or submit re emmetidaticns equallj applicable te be'h. would b- ' foolhardy and only lead te confuMen and contention Senater Pepper personal! agreed te assume responsibility for presenting this viewpoint te President Hard.ng and Congressional leaders, and te de.ise a plan for separate investigations as ir di'-atrd. This could be done, u waa si.gge.tel tedaj. bj an amendment te the Rerah bill te provide for two presi dential (oinmi.-.siens instead of one Mr Lewis went from Senater Pepper's office te a eenfircnce uith Heeretarv Davis during the afternoon, and n he returned te the Capitel for the meetl-u; wi'h Mr Wnrrimr and Mr Richards he declared "nothing detinlte" bad com; of the afternoon seusien. As the conferences htre bad been undb'e te z1 1 futher than the nr nr bitrat'en quttien, it wa-i taken for gr'intid sonic means of surmeiintinK Kit ebsta le had been evolved b ?en:i 'or IVpper or the-e would have been no justification fe- the meetlnja in W.isn W.isn 1'igten. As Administration leaders who were kept idiUed by the Sennrer as te progress of new erertures insflteted bv '..im wer se unce-nmnnlv eptnnisf'p n te si ihan-es of success, the further con-lusjen was drawn he had an ad ji.sfnent suggestion aeceptable te both i Mdte. PITTSBURGH COAL CO. SIGyS PEACE PACT Pittsburgh, Aug 30. fRv A P The bituminous coal strike In the Pitts, burgh district came te an end slmrtlv after neon tnda when the Pittsburgh eal Company, the largest commercial producer of the region, signed an ngree ment with district officers of the I'nlted Mine Workers. This company wa the last in the district te aiscjit the union terms under the Cletidand agreeiiicnt The Pittsburgh Ceal Ceinpanv per- , r.aps tlie largest bituminous producer ln the ceuntrj, has an annual capacity of III .000.0(1(1 tens, and vmple.i.s in nur uial times some 20.000 .worker ' Arrangements were made imme diately jfter the scale was Mgned te place in opciatien the company's mines in the, Pittsburgh dlxtrtct. Cekehurg, Pa.. Aug 30 (Ry A P . , While mllltiiry headquarters here were, without official Information today con- ! cernlng the withdrawal of National (Jiiard forces from the Western Penn- I sylvatiia coal strike held, an ordered by (iuvernnr Sprout , the troops were. ju. niinnt ami tnese ernrreu neme weie get. titiK ready te entrain en Friday. The official order. It was said, would be sent te different camps just as seen an thev reach olenel I; J Stnckpele, Jr , commanding the forces tn the field. A majority of the soldiers ordered home are from the 10-ith Ounlry. the Fifty-second Machine Gun squadron, hcnilqunrtcrs troops, service troops and THIS nOBLI lierORK .OUrl SILND Ti KrtlterUI Vr et ti niernlliMr J'ljitirj t.tueRf itKet exery iSirertant mihject thai p"1.!' ,'''s.hu,,,1n.."" fi"1,1'1 "buMM kneK. .where union men voted te stay out whr" "P'Tflters failed te respond their invitation for a conference ' V !'v'(WAi"WWv?,-,W''!.,7?" V.V.' ' As,v i ? H S 'Vw R. Yerkes Fines 33 in 37 Minutes Continued from rite One In wmr cases they bad te reach for a ten in addition te the five. Has "Spunk" te Pretest Samuel Jacobsen, Eighteenth and Berks streets, was the only one of the fifty present who refused te be rail readed, according te the usual Yerkes program. lie was summoned because hl front tags didn't show 'My tags can be seen from any- TTT3 ssy V.'-rSr' w.!s's'.ss .w .s,v;.yrt. . .v...., .sy. .. ,-. S'.v K.5.VxSiSsv. SAvt.vvi :v. .? .-. x : -s v: fx ysjBS&wMw&w.sw ,v.S'X!-'X xo3et Ibi &,' s'jy'V'-isSkp . ' m I m II 1 Ir V ; 1 1 m iwiR."'' 55" '." bbV raaal M,- ifa. ' .-' m-' m V:t,. m V m alSiiaiiSiiBBlWSflHHM vm'-'-w H kaBBBBU aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBUllBBBBBMaLBaiBLBBBBBQbLS.4 " V' ' ' T 'WjlBrTBBBBBBBBK)fiBB?BBBlTBaBBBBBWfl ASLbRV J T Of ' 'S ' TBPfiflPTaiLlLlLBf ii. BBBBBBBB r--A a. srttWAjNAAAiScVBaAe. WW U-A -m.as.-tAA.sWty Attl&!QttWSiX06C&l&fty'StfAMAtjt S VA A s'-' VMA sas&sjaNssM &&... ; BACK TO The best dressed men are wearing straight-hanging, easy-fitting suits like this; two, three or four buttons Made by Hart Schaffner & Marx P4 ' iW v- :'' . Strawbridge Exclusive Philadelphia Distributors where," said Jacobsen. "We'll see If they can be seen," said YerVes. He f lanced languidly out the window from lis desk toward .Tacobsen's car. "As I expected," he said. "1 can't see them. Hut I can Fee that you're fined just ?1B for giving trouble." "What de you mean?'' expostulated Jacobsen. ".My action sneaks louder than words." asserted the squire. Jacobsen he.l a friend with him who acted ns sort of semi -counselor. "Don't stand for this." be told bis near client, "don't let him get away with It Yerkes sat up straight fixed nn i wj' ,,' ? S.VU'l- A.-i AS :.;' :x'-.5--:-s . - V ipr r tjt ;., ,! ..:,: '.e5t1.xXaiii'! .iSSiv means smart new W,.W.V"V eye en the Impromptu attorney. "Yeu cut off the rhetoric and the se-called legal advice or I'll fine you $10 and bend you te Jail, and " The friend of Jacobsen said he would see that an appeal was taken. "Help yourself," said the squire, "they're all for doing that, but they don't get anywhere." Mrs. Ward Rlirad, of Ardmore, was fined 55 because lights en her car were net working. She made no pretest. Sylvia Van Sharp, Fifty-second and Chancellor streets, who was summoned because the license en the car was net clean, was indignant. "My car was clean and Is always; IHrilsXViS: :.vwssas8!aMiswe4 SMOSO? CsvciSS COLLEGE .M "7WW. v.y.VA.v,,s;'sAv,v7r' ' & Clothier of Hart, Schqffner & Marx Clethes clean." she Mid. "Why, the ideal Why " "Hut that's net the Idea," said the squire. "Your license tag could net be read probably because It was covered, probably tired looking. Clean earn are nil very geed, but they must go matched with clean tags. That make for har mony." Miss Sharp was fined $5. She paid It with a fort of crisp "thank you." Incidentally the. squire started a credit system today. Dr. C. L. Schulti waa summoned for having bad tags. When told that the penalty would mjlMWWaMpjBtWaawaMyaHtMKIMassa jMW Wl 4i7m. : v .Vt I .' hmSA,va lr- r the doctor whl. ...... . fldentlally that he didn't' .". much coin of the realm at that Sm" ' "That't. nil right." .ut. "end it te mc when you get hefnV?? "You're nil right." said tl ., "S "I wish thev all thought eluded the equfre. K M cob. CANADIAN DOLLAR AT di. New Yerk. Aug. 30. m a T? The Canadian dollar touched .. i' today for the first time since A " 1015. The ; Canadian discount m!n been steadily decreasing for two mJ .J' because of the Impert trade haUn,!!"11 M I 1 m l' S A N n r. M .B w VA','''''. S,,V"': :. : .,', a : ivAri I'mmvmav 1 be ?5 ' - 't '-',1V. zs " I IfHlll &tf. . . "