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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, MONDA, SEPTEMBER 11. 1922
Oreek Situation New One
Crave Possibilities as
Viewed in Londen
DR. MAYO ATTENDS MRS. HARDING
CAVALRY QUELLS DISORDER
" Smyrna. Scpr 11 iHv A. I i
Btrenj? forces of TnrkJh Nationalist in
fantry tednv weie holding all strategic j
Joints in the city. I
, The troops are under triet order
hjralnst Indulgence In recess, the foreign
lrpresentntlves am! military headquar
tern harp been informed by the Kennl
Jst cemmnnder, Oeneral Sclah Lddlu
fselah Kddni complained 'lilt the
Greeks had committed whole-sale .levas .levas
titien without mill'nrv teuseti" and :iid
his men were shewlnc that thev ceuM
tnakc war in n ilv-llted manner.
Entry of the tlisi cnvnlrj :e;. incut
tinder Mursel Pasha was receiver with
enthusiasm TIiIn commander n first
Ct wns te 'akc steps te pievcnt fur j
thcr firint; of levelver hets anJ "i I
pledlnK of hemlu bv tin- euth isint!e
Turkish t nl.'nt nf Snijtni
Refuitees te th" nimhi't of l."0 000
re hete hnv.r,; ti-ti'-n hi ter (lavs
feet "(I denkevs u.i'l in ijii -ell"!
craed bv t imlii"1 Onlv inuw pieiidcd
slth moil have !" i l.'.- i lave
obtaining pa'.-npe v evteit.viiJte inte
te the Ionian iind ether Creel; islands
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Friends Rally te Defense When
Fermer War Secretary Is
NEW YORK EDITOR BLAMED
New YnrI. Sept. 11. Itecentment
ever the .eathltii; biographical article en
Newton P. linker nppenrlne In n new
Mpplementnu elumc of the Encyclo Encycle
pe ia Ilrltntnilcn has niettied friends et
tin- feiiner Secretary of nr te make
tigermi. pretcit te the editors of the
, werK nffaint wnat is rccanled ns n
'Nlnnderoue misrepresentation el his ca-
Scores of letters from eminent men
assoeiatpil with Mr. llaker during the
ar or familiar with his public life,
"eme of them politically or etlierls
junsympathetie toward him, have
1 1' ii hid hi- fnriner tccretarj'. Ualph
i limes mitt mi official of the Motion
' l'u tun- l'i tun (ix ami Distributors et
Aimiica cxiaisiiii); iudiRiintlen. Sev-
iiai of tln miters also huve pietested
te IIukI mslielm. of Londen, editor-in-
liief and 1'ninUlin II Heeper. New
erk ullter ailcinu for revisions,
h'j f.ir the editors have declined te
Coin Hears Plea
of Strikers First
Centlnutd from Puts One
fully enforced te prevent the workers
ftem withdrawing from- service.
IIe quoted Cengrebgman Edch, one of
the author-, of the net, us mring in
Cenurcss tliat "there is nothing of (in
nnti-Etrike nature" In the law and no
rend similar statements by Senater
Cummins, whose n.tnic the law also
Quotes 1'itslclcnt Harding
Fiem the message of President Hard
ing te CeiiRicti en the present rail
etrike the attorney rend sections In
which the President breu(?ht out Ihe
fame absence of mandntecy previsions
for the enforcement of the beard'fc oi ei
dcrs. The Attorney General has no right,
Mr. lllchbcrs declared, te use the power
of the Oevcrnincnt te prevent labor
from doing nnv lawful thing te fight
the "open-shop" movement. Whetbet
the open shop or the dosed shop ia te
prevail Is entirelv outside the province
ef'thc Attorney General, nnd Is u ques
tion only the legislative blanch of the
(Jeternment can pnns en if it cornea
under Government jdrl&dictien at nil,
I he Bald. '
i The defense attorney cited the deci
sien of the Cirniit Court nf Appeals in
the diastii' movitlen of the injunction
issued by 1 Vderal Judge Andersen nt
Indianapolis agilnst the coal miners.
Frem the Appellate Court's decision he
rend that either employers or union
men mny hae free ncces and appeal
te unempleed werkera te win empleyes
en the one hand, or union adherents en
3 l IllllUn nt l'linmAQ Tl PUulinlm Ant .
i in- that the matter lestwl entire vulth ' t"". and thai employers tmve tne
1 Ynrl liter i v iUI . ritfht te nppe.il te union men te become
1 'he New Wk editor and Mr. Heeper ,,. J ' , , .,,. ,,ten members mav
B:,7.?;Mv",CJ ? he ""n? ITS !W n?" "" t0 -" ,0
's of lem th-iii 200 words
Londen. Sepi U - Sweeping th
Greek forces from Aia Miner in a
whirlwind lampalgn lasting en'v two,
weeks, the Turkish Nationalists, undtr i
filustaphu Kemnl Pniha have wen a i 'p-t'oeiffoifPo Wifn
rreat militarv h:erv and at the ame te'WciH e rr 1 t
time nt least parth nujlltieil the losses i
te their nation thmiigh the World War.
IbUB I" (Tented a oituntien full et the
raven possibility- ..no demanding the Ceminurd from Vm en.
Immediate ndeptinn of a united point
by Greit Ilrltam. rrnn..- and Itelv l "" 0- 'E1'1 I0"'" rctle
and such a t...h. -. ,v fnr fiem existent.''"'' iiu'lfli-ed
KCCerding l. the iw gi-ininliy 1 e'd
Trance and Itai cruil
Frame ntul ImI me a. used m e ..e
Quarters of hating m.f enh ; eiiraged
the Kemnlistx bu of h.inu " mplle 1
them witl itiir and munitions, although
it is repni e.l new in the satr-e dielis
that the ei e hemming alarmed at th
linexpeited etten of the Turkls.li successes.
Ital s eeneern sn .1 ( have been
Dr. Charles Mi)e, noted surgeon, nrrlxlng at the Wlilte Heuse ycstr
day from Itochnster, Minn., te Jein the physicians In attendance en
e. .sight less restless I.l.mmn'
itn'i wised Complications subsid
ing iicmr.il npiiear-inefs indunte mi
pt.jMiuenr Op 'ration piKedure de
ft ri ej
Setmter Med 11 McOirmlik. after
'.ilking with Secretary Christian thi
iKiinltig told .'orri'spendents that ie-))(.-
en Mis Harding's condition weie
met" enreurngltig than last night ln
.1 a' ..ns, he s.iii.1. pointed te an epei -.vi.
n as Mrs Hard tig's plnstcal on en
d Mej. was much mere able te stand It
Sennteis likle and t uminins and
i......n. r...,n, . .. .r.,.i..IM ni...:
fflnmfested in a 'reshlv npr-,1 1 ,ll(. Ue,.c Appropriations Committee.
Mrn fnr n ni elti.imnri m'if.pni u rf ,li. i ... .... '
- " l-- -..v- -. ...- ,ni.j iii.I .HA Inn Stunn ,.mu n .
uiaiueii at 'In White II. u. some time
Allies at enice ,-, eensider tin HUua HUua
tlen, bur this finds no fater m Londen
t any rai.
The press greets nitn inmiatietis of
alarm the big (latins athanee.j bt the
Turkish repn sentat.te? in l'aris and
Heme wlile Soviet Ilussia's alleged de
sire te estnl'ish a Relshewst-Kema'n'.'
alliance aune.l at mntrel of Constanti
nople and the Miaits of Dardanelles
brings renewed demands that the neu
trality of ihe.e be maintained at all
Anether cause of uneasiness here Is
tke effect the Kemalists victerv is
having in India where pravers for 1hnr
miccess lime be. :i sam dauv m the
mosques and .ve- ndia'tce bns been
hailed with glw p; he Mehammedans
The Pail Tel graph's Cnlcittn ..r -pendi'iit
sai s there were demoiistia demeiistia demoiistia
tfens. illuminations and iliewerks. there
Saturdn night whrn news of Smyrna's
fall became known.
Venieles Still Popular
The position of the Greek Gotern Getern
taent in the face e" defeat also Is
attract ng attention here Athens
dispatch's till of 1 lei rildescenee of the
talk of King (Vnstant'.ne's second de
aeent from the thtne and the ret irn te
power of Vetii7eles
The popularity of the former Pre
mier is flaring again with the dashing
of Censtnntine s muitart plans, ami
Greek MildWrh reaching Piraeus from
Srqvrnn mtuehed through the streets of
the pert shouting Insults te the King
und demanding Vcnizeles' leturn The
Greek newspapers are epenU dleising
the abdication rf Constant. ne
Meanwhle Venieles is visiting at
St. Merlt Switzerland, with his fam
ily, bur plans te go te Paris -s lthln i
day or two te confer with political and
personal frknds While he refuses te
discuss the Oreek situation hix friends
openly declare he is anticipating the
possibility of being lecalled te power.
B; A3urnrd Prr'
Athens. Sept. 11 The first troops
have reached Piraeus from the former
Greek ftent in Ai-ls Miner in a mu
tinous mood Thev j. tirade 1 tl trens
In the ( t m sunll and large gteips
In a demonstration against. King Con Cen
ttantine maiir of rtjem sneuting insults.
Nine thousand Greek troops ',are ar
rived af Piraeus from Smvrna thus far.
They nre being disarmed as seen as they
land nnd sent te their homes. Com
parative c-hn pntalls here tednt
Five 'rntispeits bear ng troops had
deceived instrueMns " th. Wnr P
ytartment te land the soldiers en the
islands of tin Vgean nut th troops
nre declared te hav for ee the raptaln
te proceed te Piraeus, snd luev Unde.I
there despne erciers te the nntrarv.
The abdiemien of Censtsntine Is
bMlg epenlv dls' usf.d and the news
papers aie demanding the return of
King ppeals te Subjects
King Ceiistautme has issed the
following prei lamutien i
"It is nn will te de what the Con
stitution m'ews and wbat the nation's
Interests rn ese en me I im (onfi (enfi
dntl ixpnting a deuionsrrat.en of
your'ki'ewn iitues of patriotism and
"Yeu hnve alwsts proved veurfelves
patriot!' leal and patient. Our herele
rmy, whose banners have been crowned
with vli ten for ten .ears ha t. iff "red
B mlsfeituiie vthli h is net unusual In,
atrreles after a long period of war, but
this mlsfeilune, unteieseen b the enemy .
himself, in no way diminishes the aler
and clery of our auny
' "On the contrary, it is our duty te
kar the misfortune ceurageuutly und
. itlently, as hetltH a patriotic and
courageous people. A unall but valiant
! station, we rendered bv our htmiples
V. ItMtlmnble KCrvices te our ennrettsed
'Mothers and te i Iviliratleu, and our
valor and nbuegatieu will bu extolled
lur ftitnre ffeiue it tiettu.
Wj "Let lis unite and give full obedience
$11 'IP our chiefs. Such is our duty."
w- - r
$ rnris, sept U A report late last
en pHR'i' fuje iirniKii iroeim iiHve lamieii
en me ainrmera uuerai, presuinauiy
tei keep elder
Tlieugu nil iireeu emcinis unve lett
BiiijniH, a cenNideiable number of
. 1 Americans und ether nationals are ie-
perled wife, being guarded by American
J;Aii:ern, Sept 11. The Kemallst.s
awptcss iibtenUhiiient that llritlsh hnve
n landeil en the Mntmern heaceast.
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'.IHIsllUriHI'V ).' lJ rtHi.l.V IV n n tcuil'var
kim N n ... .. --. Jl Mil a,aal a rTs.Mlr.
'IdlV.WI'MUIII .lU niinR. "i auia-
. AJltlA' '
Mal.es PIiicIh llvht
Dispitw i iiiitlnuance 0f the slight im im
preiemen tin rlt.(n' ill'iess of the
Presidents uif,. jj still . lusin; the
giiiest nnil'v She is nnking a pluckv
tight for re eren which has elicited e.
pressiens of admirat en from all sides.
Friends who remained ar the White
Heuse until late Inn night nald en
leaving that Mrs. Harding was then
I restlns relatively free from pain. Fer
the first time sin. e her desperate ill-
.nets began l.e was attend. d list night
by only ( tie nurse
Dr Sar.vc" mam" d it
'l.rougbeut the nij.li in 'he u'!; loom
wbne Di Mnve end l'i of -he e'ht"
1 dci ters except Dr .Teliti I'inncv who
returned Palturep te spend the
night, slept ar the 'White Heuse
President Harding, we.ir.ed by the
long Mgil which he has kept at the bed- '
s.de of li s wife since he first i rrlcal
unp'ems of he- lilness. left the si' '
room te ret.ie at about II o'deck. the
earliest hour he bes sought rest in sev
eral nights lie Kldwi tn the urgent
.kImi of the dei ters leaving weul.
hewe: that be should be called en
the development of itis least unfavor
able iMinptnms or lf Mrs. Harding
abked t.ji him
'1 h s irgical rcluf leutemplnted bv
the nhvnlcinns, If eventuallv resorted
te It was stated ut the White Heuse,
would in no sene ac.eunt te n major
eperat en. The q lest'eti en which th
doctor have p.s'pen.d decision was
whether te relieve the kidnevs, which
are net funct'enir.g, l means of tap
ping and draining them of the accumu- ,
1 Su'h an opera. en. It Is believed, i
would result in reatering te some de- !
gree of normality the one kidney which
until new has net been uffected by the i
ailment from whn! Mis Harding hah
Sllffeied for ears
All indications 'ast night were that
'lie til phyHkians who with Drs. Maye,
Finne; and Saw yer axe Hi .Joel lloene.
of th navy, Dr arl W. Sawyer, of
Mai Ien Ge'ieral Sawyer's son, nnd Di.
'Geerge T Harding Jr . the President s
i brother, have becem convinced that the
cris s et Mrs. Hurd.ug's illness has arrived
New the tables nre turned, nnd the
White Hetue curt:i4ns nre drawn, nnd
.if night the lights nre dimmed while
thev t'ght te sine her life
And hour bv hour, ns the President
v. inches nnd the surgeons held their
onsiiltiit.etis, and the nurses tlir quiet
lv i.ls.ut, doing whnr thev can te e-is(.
the pain, there come in a stendv stream
from the ranches and the fnrms, the
'Hiiemeuts and factories, the hills atid
vnllevs. eiti's and prairies of the coun ceun
trv messa;..M from Anicriuins et tvcii
I ith and (luil. innnv of them nioth nieth
(is, express. ng their svnlpllth and hope
te- her receverv
S.'iiateis, Cabinet members. Supreme
Court J is'ices, manv of the elect: Ne
gro messengers. Senate p-ig. s, n cripple
. ill nt the White Heuse te bring gifts
r lnquir- as te Mrs Hatding's con
dition or te ask if tiny hihv be of as
sistance It'- hard Ilicdel. one of the Sfinic
pur was among the mller His
riem e-icitiHllv was in Penn-vlrnnin,
'vhtie his father, n nilnisler v as as
signed ler several mmts lllihaid, the
ten is new en eii'iter Pipper's p-it-tennsi
Iim a "i enstituent" tiem
Pennsvlvani.i Inddentallv he is one
of the most vj'uuble nnd ptlicivui pngc
in the Senate
Yesteidtv he tilled at the While
Heuse, bringing a stnn'l package It
was a framed cetv of tne twenty. firt
P"ilm, his most prind n'ff from his
"'if her piier te the lattei s death Feni"
vears age He asked that it I" given
te the Piesldent, and it was,
Thus, because of the thoughtfulness
of a bev the President of the I'nited
State. s he watches nnd waits at the
bedside, may have before him the lefty
inspiration of one of the noblest pns
i.ifcs in nil literature beginning.
'TWAS FESTIVE AFFAIR
Peacemaker at Camden Again Lands
In Hospital Much Used Up
Fer plnving 'he role of peacemaker
at a R-T ar night. .lehn Saneve
'J." Han"- u street was tcwarded bv
having 1 i smashed ever his head.
He cane i un time later In St.
Mnrr s Hospital
I hi it
S II s
"Ait r t ubreak of tin World War
lie in., is. I he Adnilnisttatlen'N peace
pulu-v s.ipoerted the League te En- i
force Pen e. and urged that the Nil Nil
fieniil (it aid be tried fully before com cem com
puNeiv fervlee be decided tipen. After
Ami run entered the war he recom
mended moderation tnwnrd conscien
tious objectors, nnd forbade men in uni uni
feim te mteifcrc with nntl-conscriptlen
"The charge of pacifism was often
brought ngninst lilm. and his
gineri 'v ns .-secretary was wideiv con cen
diuined ihrnigheut the United States as
bu kii g in energy, foresight nnd nbillty.
and i ).( milt, for his failure In piepare
inieuu i.eiv in the months immediate!
i g the American declaration et
The cj.itttieiitn was eiewded and
dozens vviie si'iudin when the hearing
opened. Dep.ii Uncut of ,lus(lic agents
were uinenir tin- first arrivals nnd were
scntteied thiouglieiit the room. Out
side ethers uiiel.tiusivi'ly pntreled the
hulls, while sh lloers below n pair of
expeits fiem the radical squad scrutin
ized every one enteiing nt each of the
four main deer.
Atterne.v General Daugherty, Ollrcr
Pagan. Government Indictment expert:
District Attorney Clyne and the At At
eorne.v ('eneial's assistants In the case
i held in (etifeience in the District At-
Cftrprt ! ternc.v's office before going Inte the
The Attnrnev General Is supported by
one et Ihe im.st formidable legal bal
tcnes the (leveinment has ever thrown
into one .euil ,u Hen lie is re-en-
WIDELY experienced man,
well qualified in architec
ture, specialist in construc
tion, specifications and super
vision, desires position with
firm of architects doing high
class work. Ne Jeb tee lnrge;
free te go anywhere. Best
Bex A 329
Public Ledger Office
SEE TUESDAY'S LEDGERS
rlillmlelpliln' Standard Dm.
I51S Cbentnnt fitrm
teicc.l hv a gieat muss of evidence en
, an alleged Ug.intic plot of sabotage and
tc n in miii
I Twe (a e:i..s .f evlibncc tools of
1 di'sti notion, the isnnds of tclivrnms,
J letters, photographs, blueprints, books
in New Court Plea 17-? in'iii.iuais-hiiii the Atter-
j net General and his aides had, were
ciesciy guarueu ev reuerai agents, se
cret "eiviee epeintlvcs protected Mr.
Daughertv and Judge Wllkersen.
The evidence was gathered, Federul
agents ta.d. from nil pans of the
(Oitntrj bv Government operatives dur
ing the last two months, nnd assem
bled in u building near Judge Wll Wll
In connection with charges that there
was a widcspiend censpltacv for vio
lence during ihe titilke. Government
men mentioned twenty-five murders, the
tampering with 00.000 railroad cats,
the burning of fourteen bildges and the
damaging of many locomotives.
Man j Government investigators who
took part in the collection of evidence
weie en hand te testifv. Subpoenas, it
was said, might run into the hundreds,!
'van ineiiraweus mai me Hearings would
last reifial dnjs.
The scene of tudav's action was laid
in tin courtroom where former Judge
rvenesaw ."iieunmin J.anais imposed n
Six Drug Suspects
(nnlini-l from re One
.f.'h" McDevitt sjild. "has assumed
unprecedented pmpoi'iens, nnd it new
I in. naces the liinlth and safety of the
entire cltv "
. The Judge, formerly secretary te
Governo- Sproul. who named him te the
beuih several months age. centinued:
! City Cebvv ebbed by Traffic
I ' It is incumbent upon ou in ciir
piesent (atiacitv te give clee nttciiMen
I 'ii the diligent cfiert new being mnue
te stamp out the illicit trnfllc in dnus
, se prevalent in this and ii" gh.ering
j lOii.uiuniiH's. It has nsaumrd unpie -
cdrnted pruportiet.s. nnd it pc.w iikii
I aces the health am' -nfety of Ihe eu
! tire citv
"The arteries of . i'. illation and ill-
tributiei; hive literil.lv oebvve bbui th"
lit.v, and it is veur swein dutv as
ei mil iui'crs te cenrlder rnnfiil,- nni.
leniiessiv any cviuinie et tills v'i:nac
tcr thut rn-iy be piese-ite.I. ou should I tine of $20,(H)0.00) en the Stnndnrd Oil
net be influenced by tvmpnthv nor in- ('empanv nnd proneuncid sentence
tiiiuclatcd bv threats. The futtite pros- ujien "l!lg Hill" Hnjwoed nnd ether
pentv. pi ace nml comfort et veur i vv . . leaders.
homes and mv home mav dep id ut . n
the stamping out of ."ich vi is before
thev assume sue h p"opertions thit thev
"It Is estiinnted bv these in a posi
tion te knew that there nre new mere
than ."il.OOO ding addicts in Ihe citv
an 1 ceimlv of Phllftildphla, and that
I ihe-e tioer weaklings are being supplied
I v I'll their death-dealing potions b net
.". than a thousand harpies who prey
upon their wcakius.
(ntitinns Jurers Vgnlnst H.vsterla.
Tie tin'fv was given bv Paul'ne 'Should tins degi ailing and illicit
P.rett inn) 1 er husband, of 01" North 'rathe be ignored nnd permit ted te grew
Ilpneeck -'r. f and all was peieeable i at its present rate of development, it
untu Jein PI . a. ti musician, at- v " ild y.en assume such ranuticatiens
iein;,t. '.. . el " t fe- his services, lie' 'hut it mav be imposslble te either
was erdere 1 fiem the house Saneve . r idlcate the source or stamp out the
nnd William Cberrj, of 007 Spruce trlhut uii
street. Camden, attempted te act us In especially calling yenr attention
peacemakers .te these matters I desire te caution
Beth eipect te be around seen -e i -n considering them net te be m-
Magistrate Seu'illn held Mrs. Drott In riuence.l bv unwarranted svmpathy or
SSOUba 1 lb' stem '
, I fudge McDevitt, speaking of the
By Lre Papa
of. the law n,. te pros" ut ions
MRS. HARDING FIGHTS ;
PLUCKILY FOR LIFE te ,ee a mevi
Washington. Sept 11 In a dark
died toem of the most historic jeuse i
Vmeri. l a woman fights for her life
She Is holding her own.
Heur bv hour, moment bv rr(.r.inr.
the feri most phvsleans of the .eiintrv
rvatca her pulse, her iempeiai e hn
respiration In a neaibv hespitsl
labornterv chemists turn their search
ing "isien te the enufces of the plivsical
phenomena noted Sklllul surgeons de
libeiate as te whether an epei.vIi..n will
save her lite.
The patient i" Mi" Hsnli'ij the flrKt
lndv of tbe land ( lie wife of ii
President Yes. bu1 i ist new, enlv a
woman engaged in it mi tittle with
Nev and then bulleiir me issued
from the White Houpe executive of ef
tici'S telling 'he world of her lonclitieii
The last bulletin wis favorable The
poison that was spreading Inte her
bleed, due te a functional breakdown,
had been checked Science had btepped
into the breai h and halted the march
of death, What will the next one sav''
Will an operation be tiled''
Scmn time I .dv n decision will be
iiached regarding an operation lhc
surgeon are readv They knew where
te go te get at the seat of the trouble.
The enl7 question is whether the pa
tient can "land it If she can survive
the shock they can help her Can he-'
They hesitate They are waiting
I wailing hepjug for an improvement
in her condition. And, at her bedelde,
Warren G Harding sits, nnd watches
nnd walls, and hopes and fears.
Harding Cancels Engagements
He has canceled all engagements'
His utlcndar is Iceyt clear. Th.i weik
go down town las'
and tin dident, se
pep took, me, nnd pep went te sleep
rue tersr half of the movie nnd then
h weak up and tried te leek lir.eristed,
and then I went te s'eep, proving wnt
kind of n mevi it was. nnd en the
way home in the trellev 1 told pep the
parts he missed and he told m t he
parin 1 missed, net sounding like mutch
after we herd them, and then pep went
te hlecp agen nnel v e enme peer eir
street, nnd 1 sed liny pep, op.
Pep net saying cnythlng en account
of being tee asleep nnd I give him a
small shake saving, Hay, pep
Wats the uritter. wnt time ii it' pep
sed wlAeut waking all the wavn up.
Proving he thnwf he was home In b.-d
and I dident say en.vthing nnd prittv
seen the trolley went pas,t our street
and I gave pep it poke auiung the nb
with ujv elbe saving. Hay pep, G. hai
Let me ulene, its oily .vet, pep seel
sinl thinking he was asleep Wlch he
was en.v some place cits and 1 dident
suv env mere, thinking, G, I wemjci
hew meny blocks he'll nde tee fsi, 1
Wlch I started te count them, an I
lest as we hud went II! blei ks past em
st-eet pep weak up saving, Ware are
we, wat the doese, and I sed. If we
get off nt the next corner we'll he 11
blocks tee far
en gods, pep sed. And we quick
get off. pep sajlug. Wj the dickms
I hnve nuiil:i,d 'e jeu yur d.lty
viih l.st ret te indietuunis found en
criminal actions befne a
ei ether proper eincc i u u tl en pic
sente.l t veu en bill rf tndli tnient
named bv the. Di-dri. t ti u i.ev . vvhieh
!s the usual .net hed fed ewel m crin.lnal
procedure Then ai . hew eve.', i er
tn n exceptional or emeie! i nrv meth
i eds of pipferrlng i riminsl charges well
ic(()gut. In pinnies, nu l I desire te
all ve ir attention 'e .'.em
IN "PEACE'' SESSION
Chicago. Sept. 11 (Hv A. P 1 'I
Lenders of the sinking rallvvav shop-.
i rafts were in session this morning in. I
what was. heralded ns a peace meeting H
uueniieei te encc. n nw policy for tne
15. M. Jewell, head nf the federated
shepcrafts. said (here were two courses
of action te lv consieoied and that nn-
neiincement of the decision would come
at the I'lu-e of the meeting of the gen- ,
eval pelicj commit tee of ninety mem
bers, prebabh tnmonew. '
Mr. Jewell first went Inte session
with the officials of the x striking i
shepcrafls, known as the executive
council. At Ihe dose of tlmt btjssien
the general polity committee was sclied- (
tiled te cenv.ne. Tlie action te be con-
sldercj wns deseh guarded and Mr.
Jewell refused te make known the de
tails of the program te be placed be
fore the union leadeis
A long meeting, probably of two
da.vs' duration, wns iiullcsted In Mr.
magistrate! Jewell's statement that the decision
might net e'eme until tomenow. James
Hums, international lepresentative nf
the Sheet Metal Uerkeis represented
1 thut oignnliatien at 'lie council meeting
1 this meining
l'lmethy Healv, president of the In
j ternntienal P.rotherheod of Statiennry
Firemen nnd Oilers, whe.p ergauitn-
lien also Is en sijiije, vn., n jafP ar.
llval at the council meeting
hist of these is wheie tl.f
f des of the Criuiiii.il Courts of their
"a notion cnll the attention of Ginnd
I.i.Pb te nnd direct the invcsugntieu
I ma'ters of gencial public lmpm t
i h . h iiem their naturp and opcrntleii
n i he entiic enmmuniiy, juititv such
'i'e rvenlien This pewet of ihe ceuu
v 1' enlj be tlni- oxen ise.l. hev.evcr,
i the investigation of general and
p ibl.c nuisances and flagrant vices. It
v.i 1 net be applied in ewes of erainnry
ciiu e "
i'hllii, II Ward, Jr , a manufae-
tir-r , 407 Pilce slieel. was uppe. tiled
fore in -in of the Ginnd Jurv
New an-ant Issued I
I Iiem ii ivftirtiiif vtnu I wtiin.l Ik t r
li, Melievht leclm fe. Liiwm ,1 husiness papers
e ,,i,, ...ii mis 'r.iiiiin ' Uui.ne. .,..,! A wntcliman
v.mh listed fur tiinl tednv en a (hargul
of selling liquor without a license !
i lampela nlse is wanted en a charge
of silling drugs nr.d ether bench wai
i. nits have been insup, for him The
.lunge ni dined forfeiture of the $100(1
buil posted for Clampeln
Tailor, 75, Wounds
Rebber in Shep
Cenlinnrrf from rule (ln
wns sheii. weie n elntc giay suit and
had bhek e urlj hair. Anether was
tall, thin and shnbbily ilres.sed. He did I
net notice the etheit, particularly. I
Tlnec venrs nge biirglari c'nrried
nwnv the shop safe A few hours pie- '
vieusly lluxbaum had taken $150 fiem'
the mfe nnd hiddein it In a drawer. All
the buiglius get was the safe nnd some
Killed In Rew Over Get
An altercation that arose ever n
iwentv-hve cent bet in a crap game
hi the home of Casper Williams, a
Negro of Concordville, Delaware Coun Ceun
tv, last night, ended in thu murder of
llenrv McMnntlH, also a Negro Cas
nat tee vvnke me tin nnd te n.i.' I Per Wlliiuin. vv im werKeu witn .vie-
nnd I sed, I tried te pep. but veu Mantm ns u laborer en the larm of
dident realize It, G w.z,. pep, ,t, , Paul Wll els - ll,,'nJ """. 'V5r.J
thing e uiueut get ou nt the, 'i ' . "" " "". V '.' , ""; " "' " . ,''"'
' IKIIU iilUil in ci.i.i i ...,. iniuiri II ii-
liums in inn iuie nun me inner tiim
diew u lovelver
Wats the le-asen it is? pep sed, nnd
I sed, Hecause 1-J is u unluckj number
Let that be the last rcmuik fiem
veu, DNi( or iiiiirrmsi', uu ve get
of the Government gees en, but the 'home, pep wu. . n , IMp rt)
Prealdent's program culls just new we get home b'-ing by wnwking, en uc
for but one thing te stay near u count of nil the trolley cms that went
wife who served as a circulation man- past wan going the ether way and pep
of the Marlen Star, who urged preheny wouieeiu ... cm. emu way
i him te inn for the Senate, who, ns
! much ns nny one else, maneuvered him
Inte the White Heuse.
Mrs. llnniing nas ueen a wun nnu
a pa 1 1 tier in business and politics
for many years. All tbeae jears her
husband lins come ff., She has
agen even n m
ride for nuthlng.
conductei left him
WHO'S lOUK KAVOIUTK?
U It Hetty, or Walt of CJatellni. Allsr. nr
Andy. Cam OTIane or.Beoli JlcNutt? u
makaa no dlfferenc. rMly. for they are at
th.r vry Hunelay, WjirT In tha Cefnln
the Sunday l'cuuu LiDGm)
Hospital Wants Radie
Patients in the country blanch of
the Hush Hospital, nt Malvern, Pa ,
nre raising n fund te purchase a radio
outfit, with vvhli h it is planned te
while nwny the wemy hours and pre-
Jilt- Instruction nnd amusement
Phlla, Paster te Ge te Trenten
The Itev. William Thomsen Ilnnr.
echo, pastor of the Union Tabernacle
Church, of this city, lias accepted a
rail te the Prospect Street Presbyterian
Church, of Trenten, N. J. '
was fdiel Inci rviliee.
meli were baul.v injuied and a sus
pected butglur received wounds from
which he mav die in a i mining pistol
battle ut 'lwcnty-tliiid and Spruce
sticets car'v isteii!av me'nlng.
Twe riot calls were sent in. Lngine '
Company Ne, 1. from Nuuteenth nnd
Seuth streets, was summoned and two!
moterc.vcle'i armed with sawed-off shot
guns ipscended in an effort te capture1
Fiank Hairls, twentj-ene veais old.
I'lfty-M'venth and Penil stieets, and
Samuel Hlncksten. Flfti-tuth and
Vine stnets, both Negiees, who. It is'
charged, were caught in the ntt of
bieaklug into the home of Samuel Wil
liams Cooper, u lawjei, of 'J303 De
Chailes Pariish, JJ0I Naudaln
street, Ihe watchman, sav,- Hlacksten
vv ei king en the side et the Cooper rcsl-
deuce, und sprang at Inte In the tussle
which felbwed ParrMi niieated the
iiiiiu .kiiil was taking n n. te the bej.
when Hnriis, Hlacksten s companion, '
uept up fiem the iear and shot Put
lish !n the back,
The watchman nll te iii pnvement
enrrvinf" Ulacksteiie wi n aim As he
did te hc drew uU own icvelver and
li-cd nt ILirrh.
Twe patrolmen, hcaiing th shots
i an up ie Pun Is mm subdued him.
Ilnrils nui into the Acine garage nt i
2..11 Spriuc street mid barricaded him- I
self bcjhlnrt n .motorcar belonging te li, I
Davvfen Celeman, coal mine operator, ,
cf 2202 Delancey stieet, where he was I
Men's and Women's Tailoring
As has been our custom in the past twenty-eight years, we announce the
usual price concession of
All Orders for Men's
Suits and Overcoats
If order is placed en or before Saturday, September 16
$60 Suits and Overcoats . . $45
$65 Suits and Overcoats. .$50
$70 Suits and Overcoats. .$55
$75 Suits and Overcoats. .$60
$80 Suits and Overcoats. .$65
$100 Suits and Overcoats. .$85
Te Your Order Very Best Tailoring
This is a clean, straightforward preposition. We need the work for our
workrooms, and this is the way we solve the problem each year because there is
no question of its reliability because thousands knew that after September 16
they will pay $ I 5 mere for these same q ualities, and they come year in and year
Count en This Absolutely
Better qualities than you have seen in the last ten years the very best of
tailoring style, fit and finish and a guaranteed saving of $15. By all odds the
viry best opportunity the city affords.
Order for immediate or future delivery
any day this week, but net after Saturday
A New Lewer Price
Misses9 and Women's
In still greater
vogue than ever
One Year age $60. Cannet be duplicated under $75 te $85 ehtwher
Tweed Hats te Match $7.50
rrSHE tweed suit is like the automobile, indispensable and meets mere require
X ments, that we knew of, than anything that cees te make up the joys of
milady s wardrobe; hence its immense vogue in these times of strictest econ
omy. Splendidly stylish, effectively individual, when tailored properly, the Embick
way, wonderfully serviceable nnd, at $55, the strictest and truest economy-
A New Embick Special Service
Suits for Larger Women
Special Medels in Twill and
Kindred Fabrics te Order
cannot ue anpucatea under $85 te $100 ehewhere
Beys' and Girls' Coats, Hats and Leggins
te match in Tweeds and Chinchilla at the usual special September prices.
Order new the demand will be great-immediate or future de
livery if wanted. Special fitting arrangements for out-of-town patrons.
W. H. EMBICK & SONS
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