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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, 8EPTEMBEE 12, 1922
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IN MAINE PRIMARY
Returns Civs Senater Lead of
26,392 Oyer Fermer Gov
' erner Curtis
HMRCE WHS IN MARYLAND
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the slaetlaa in Maine J-
faftr-aVvr small towns
Senater Fred-
JUeaknean. re-elected ever
rats ewoaeat. former Uev
lar O. Cartas, 07 a majority
MBaa. ! Mme precincts
raer ihnJiel P. Baxter, Re
ft tMMtavf SB.6U ever Wil
SMarti i tale
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Dtmecrat. former
The vote of these
I Mt of 035 in the State,
0m Mt of 520 cities and
ler was: Hale, Kepuo Kepue
Gtlrtls, Democrat, 72,-
Fer Governer: Baxter, Republican,
102,004; Pattanfall, Democrat. 73,423.
The same precincts In 1920 pave for
Governer: Pnrkburst, Republican,
in3,S18; Mclntlre. Democrat. (50,285.
The missing precincts cant less than
8000 votes In 1020.
Latest return en the congressional
vote show majorities for the four pre
ant representatives, all Republicans,
ranging from 4200 te 10,000, ns com-
flared with Republican margins rang
n from 14,000 te 19,000 In 1020.
The women went te the polls in large
numbers, but the rote of the mrn fell
far behind that of 1020. The tetnl
etc was about 30.000 less than that
of two year nce, the Republicans log
ins about .13,000 and the Democrat!!
raininc 3000.
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TtaJtimnnt. Spnt. 12. Kcn.itnr .Tnunh
I. r ranee. Republican, and William C.
Bruce. Democrat, prebaWr will be the
ppesinir candidates at the Maryland
Senatorial election in November.
I Senater France wen decisively ever
Jehn TV. Oarrett, secretary e the
jVashlnRten Aran Conference, In yes
terday's primary, whfle Brecf appeared
from incomplete returns te be assured of
ihe victory in the three-cornered Demo Deme
ratic rlsht
Bosten, Sept. 12. (By A P I A
campaign which has been marked by
much bitterness in both parties reached
Its conclusion in the State primary
today.
I Of widest general Interest was the
Contest between Senater Ledge, seek
ing renomlnatien by the Republican1,
nd Jeseph AVhlker, former Speaker of
the 8tnte Heuse of Representatives.
Mr. Walker formerly was aligned with
the Preftre8lve Partv and has criticized
Mr. Ledge's record In the Senate.
Speaker Frederick U. OUlctt was the
nly Republican Congressman from this
State te meet opposition in the pri
nary. His opponent was William H.
Feiker, former Mayer of Northampton.
Governer Clianning H. Cox, Republi
can, seeking nomination for a second
tedra, was opposed by Attorney Gen
eral J. Westen Allen
The Democrats had four-cornered
fentents for the nominations for Gov Gov
ereor and Senater. The candidates
were: Fer Governer, Jereph B. Ely,
of Westfield; Jehn F. Fitxgerald, for
mer Mayer of Bosten ; Eugene X. Fess,
of Bosten, former Governer, and Peter
F. Sullivan. Mayer of Worcester. Fer
Ecnater: AVilllam A. Gasten. Bosten
banker; Dallas Lere Sharp, college pro
fessor and author; Jehn Jacksen
Walsh, former State Senater, and
Sherman L. Whipple. Bosten attor
ney. Montpe'ier, Vt., Sept. 12. (By A.
P.) Vermont Republicans went te the
polls today te express their preference
for gubernatorial, legislative nnd coun
ty candidates. The choice for Gov Gov
ereor was between Red field Procter, a
marble producer, of Procter, and Lieu
tenant Governer Abram W. Feete, of
Cornwall, a farmer. Representative
Frank L. Greene, of the First district,
was unopposed for nomination for
United States Senater te succeed Sen Sen
aeor Carrell S. Pnge.
ent 12. (By
of United States
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Detroit, Mich.. Sc
P.) The fortunes e
Senater Charles E. Tewnscnd held chief
interest in Michigan's pelltlral arena
today. The Senater Is seeking renom renem renom
lnateon tn a primnrv that will be re
corded as one of the hardest fought
lltical. battles in the State's his-
lery.
With Senater Townsend opposed by
three Republican who centered their
campaign fire en bis support of Sena Sena
eor Truman II. Newberry, the prln.nry
was regnrded bv a great number of
veterB as a verdict te be rendered by
tie electorate en the action of the Sen
ate in seating the junior member from
Michigan.
The "wet" and "dry"' issue figures
prominently in two contests. Con
gressman .lames U opposed by Martin
McDonough. of Iren River an advo
cate of modification of the liquor laws,
and Congressman Hapes is opposed by
Alvah Brown, an avowed "wet "
Columbia, S. C, Sept. 11 (By A.
T.) Beth Candidates for the Demo Deme
erttle nomination for Governer of
Seuth Carolina Cele L. Blease and
Themas G. McLeod were confident of
victory tedav in the run-off primary
aecessltated by the rallure of either te
secure a majority vote in the first pri-vary.
BRITAIN'S INTEREST ON
U. S. WAR DEBT SOON DUE
First' Payment of $65,000,000 Ex
.pected te Me 'Made October, 15
Washington, Sept. 12. (By A. P.)
t Great Britain probably will begin the
payment of Interest en her war debt
te this country before arrangements are
u.ade for the funding of the $5,000,
000,000 of obligations, it was Indicated
today at the Treasury,
' On October 15, officials declared, the
first installment of interest en the Brit
ish debt, amounting te $05,000,000,
falls due, and, although n British finan
cial mission has been expected te leave
England in tlme te begin funding ne
gotiations) with the American Debt
Commission by the latter part of this
month, se far this country has net
been notified of its Impending depar
ture. With September nearly half ever.
officials expressed the belief that fund
ing arrangements could net be worked
out with Great Britain before the lat
ter part of October.
NEW MOTION IN 8ACCO CA6E
Dedham, Mesa.. Sept. 12. A fourth
supplemental motion In the effort by
counsel for Niccola Sacco nnd Bsrtolo Bsrtelo Bsrtole
meo Vanrettl te obtain a new trial for
them en charges of murder of a pay
master and his guard at Bra In tree
twenty-nine months age, for which they
stand convicted but net sentenced, was
filed yesterday.
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Ohie Representative Will Confer en
Debt Funding
Paris, 8ept. 12. (By A. P.)
Representative Theodere E. Burten,
of Ohie, a member of the European
Debt Funding Commission, who has
arrived here from Geneva, probably will
aee Premier Pelncare and pescibly have
conference with M. Parmentler, of
the Mlnstry of 1'inance.
Mr. Burten is going te Brussels
tomorrow te see officials there, but
-erill return te Paris Saturday te meet
the Premier, wlie new is absent from
Parle,
MOSLEMS
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KILL MISSIONARY
In
Ler In 8. Gates, 77, Murdered
Ijndla, Cable te Friend Advises
" New Haven, Cena., Sept. 12. A
rablegrara te Prof. K. S. Furnlm, of
Tale University, from Bombay, in
iprraet! him yesterday that Ierin H.
Sates, a missionary, had been killed in
a Mohammedan uprising In Bholepur.
Jbilln. I
Mr. Gates was supported by the Con
gregation Church In Washington D, O.
He was seventy-seven years of age.
and a .year age spent bis leave of
absence at the home of Prof, Furnlss
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been our privilege te offer for many years.
Beautiful rugs of the Arak, the Anatolian, the
Serape, Saruk and Savalan types; rugs of the
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weaves are here in profusion large, medium and
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Fermer Seasons
Typical Rugs from China
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6x9, si 15 te $175 8x10, $190 ta $275
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French Wilten Rugs Hardwick Wilten Rugs
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