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Copyright, 1022. by I'ublle Ledcer Company PRICE TWO CENTS iff TEE SOLID FOR STATETICKET MUngTeday Gives Its En thusiastic Indersement te Cifford Pinchot iORESTER REPUDIATES PERSONAL MAummt tlhw L Ringing Speech Declares He 0 Carry out nis rnmarj Platform Pledges .. .1- m(Wt nlctures'Hie meeting of mllstery, the Republican Cily Cera- I"5"'' ... i II.. e.,(, tn. tttt today Incur1 " " ?J rt election of Oifferd Pinchot ns tetmer of PenmylTunla. . .i,n Stnte ticket, inclmlim; . .c Pnni.r mid Senater Reed, wns STj in the same general resolution, SteTtaSffli of nil Fhnden of Imper Hi "" , nmpI, nwieinbled in Swefisrden of the Bcllcvuc-Strnl- ft ..-... nin,l dip rfnrdrn nn Mr. HriS. dearly nnd t.nmintnkably. de- Siwllh the platform he hnd net for 0Ct Willi """ H .,, Mm Infer. Mjjudf in eruvr . i-n"".".. " ,iU 41 all the people. ",.'... tin Ueht renndlatert nny j,. in th" '.umatien of a pereral &.1..U '!. He .aid hi, "job us le that tad he asked help from every M Republican. BMthits of the Republican City Cem-!..- r IipIiI In its hendeunrters. flerreth and Chestnut streets. But Mr. Pinchot and the ether enn flfctM did net go te the committee lujdM(M If WAS n CllHO Ol LUC leommlttce going te the candidates te fender them unqualified support. m. ... n ,1nn1i nf niiiunnev te thn tcmittM pledges because immediately liter tne primary nccuen u "umiiuii. .. idenement of Mr. Pinchot. who had jfcfeited the Organization candidate for Ee Domination. Chairman Watsen rrostdes rtt. Tvi,Di,rnr Wntsnn. I'llilirllinn of be City Committee, fairly Khene en Iho Ktferm In a cutaway and grny-ntrlped 81VT TT- MAnnA,l f1Ur.utnttllllr1f nt irOONTI. il' Uliptt'4 ' ,3 ..v.. ...... ki'te opened the meeting anil nnmeu a lilBalttep nf three te escort the caiull- itM te the pintrerm. THi inmm!lfpiv Pnrnner Knicht. folk L. Kenwerlhy and Seuncilman Hmell first ushered Honnter neeu IliWjh the htnmlinB, cheeriiiB commit cemmit temen anil guests. Sennter IVpppr M. B.i.nrlnr1 nerf tlimt Mr Pltlplinf. Junes F. Woodward, Secretary of in- Umal Affairs anil cnnrlldnte ter rn iVtlnn. nml Poleiipl David .f. Davis. KmlBce for Lieutenant (toverner. Senators Pepper nml Jtwil prccedeil r. Pinnlirtr nn tlin knenklTii? nrnirnm. Kit deep nttontien and the burets of ifplause ihew i-d tliiit the mnn linlliil ni "GoTerner" was the chief sneaker of tie dar. Relterafcs Campaign Premises v. TH....1.... . '. i.:..r I ..nr. .ur. iimiinr '.("i'i-ii, iiuri iiiiti .-i, t!r, was a reitcrntinn nf lih earlier tJupaign premise1.. He said that lie Ml the Republicans of the '.slate, hy iV.:. ..... ?.... i i i i...i.. ...i i,i.. "tii ik uir nun, uuii iniinirii uir. Istfera, and that their vote had with fin the force nf a popular luandafc le m us principles mm operation n lie wrvicii Mint i nor. T..-. .. u i i i i, nr.t.1 'VIJ . II' 1 ' i HIM' urfll, ill- r.,.iii. 1 have found Ketuiblie.ins MaudluK y ami eiitmisiastially ny me fkei. Nnwlm'p lias any appreciable dfertinn apj enred. ''Xet enh ihimi' Itcpublleans' who sppertf il m nndldney in the primary, lit these wlui were t'er my opponent HbackltiR t,e ileket and Retting to te ither for nn lmpresl'-e victory In iKemher Tlin llennlillpnn nrennizn- ! li ruttltiK its Nlieiilder te the yei, ni.d thee spienrllil niRanlzntleiiK Imcn ,in,l I.. .. .., l.1.ln.l ..... ' -.,., .11111 ..,Ml,-l I 11,11 Vll" MI'lllllll 111,. udldaev an Rtvlni; llicir best efforts "C uiiiiiiiii Ferester Is Uuidly Cheered fir. Pinchot declared that "the re- " ei me pnmarv election have been" Wtfll h tin. ul.,,1,1 nnrlv " nnrl vnl.l 'felt ceft nn that Hepuid'lcnn voters 'tflWCOri. Irill1.lt. I .,i.,ll,lnll .r,.,,,,.,,! n ihft iimn .. t . .. .i.- - ,.i. I-" .....i- v - i ii in,, iinvernur. wiih help f .', i,p3uintiiiv and all 'tnents nf tim ....... ,....i ...i.i. .i.n K'L0 lllll)l11' 0l'illinn behind him, Brm I I ''"' ln, '''"'et tlie plat- -. ..murcii iv tne uepumican ma- iff i uie prnnnry. w tereMer vni loudly applauded J the Oa-amziitieu lenders of the CATHERINE MORRIS -BREAKS ENGAGEMENT Rudelph de Schaunsee Admits Plans for Wedding Are Off Hj ''' 'WHHfe1 A CATIIKKINIS MORRIS Wit. The engagement of Miss Catherine Merris, daughter of Harrison Merris, te Itudelph de Sclinueuece has been broken. The engagement was nunounc nuneunc ed In Mny and although no definite date wan Het, it was generally supposed that the wedding was te take place this fall. "I really have nothing thnt I wiih te Fay," said M. de. Sohauenwjo today. "Mis Merris broke the enc.icement. but I de net enre te dltuss It." He was asked if it were true that th" heuse in which they were te live had been purchased. "Yes," he answered, "we ilid have our house." Miss Merris is twenty-two and is well known among the younger set. THREATS RENEWED AS MONAGHAN GOES ON WIIH DRUG WAR Anether Jurist Alse Receives Death Warning Frem Ped dlers of Narcotics SEVERAL LETTERS STOPPED IN MAIL BY INVESTIGATORS 'This Fight Is te a Finish,' Says Judge Prosecutor te Oppose Delays ADMIT DYNAMIC PENNAJ1BR1DGE Four Striking Shepmen Confess Attempt te Wreck Structure In Wilmington OTHER OUTRAGES PLANNED ''Th. TJ !.! ... Tfedelnhm ' "" i .'"""."'.. Ih .. '--- iut -I111(1H1MI',V 111 Ket tri '"'Pnisn." said Mr. Pin- milt ii "" KI'",S, en "'at ae- NltherZu1" ',"'I)0.r,rl,l mr "H !1C h,r: ""us ni ine puny in ine C. l'cl Inn. It Is entitled te knew fr- te de wl. n elected. let J p result et tlie prlmiiry rll 1 linrwr.ii.il .M i. ... i ... ...,,, ... i iiiiiiiipn, UUJ TailH'1 Coeflnnrd en Para l'mir."7;elum"nThrfr !E5S MOTHER'S AUTO; mubtUUTED BY BROTHER P" of Accident Admits He Was k runk at the Time lfSend Zimmerman, of 10(1 Kast th. ?.vcmi;. wns held in S.-.(ll) ball rtert. . J"1 ,Tl,rv l,.v MaKli.tr.iie ,.t -' luuiij- nt tlie leiiuest of his Blxtli.; 'I'1, ',""" 'K nn accident .'.' street nn. i m.i.. t... . 'usiiis nun iivcnun Spretnl ntnnf;h tn Kvtrine PuMi- I ttle'r Wilmington, Del.. Sept. . -The detective bureau of the pollen dciiart ment announced today thnt it had cleared up the mystery connected with the dynamiting of the Pennsylvania Railroad bridge nt Peiirteenth and Powers streets h,ere at '':"0 A. M . Au gust Ht. Knur men, all striking IV nn sylvnnln Railroad shepmen, have been arrested, three of whom, the police say, hnve made written confessions te which they hnve sworn. The men under nrrest are Daniel Pe Pe fiiney, l.'i.'lS f'lnyment stieet; Harry ft. Seldle. HO" Rnt Twenlv-secend street: Ilehert J. Pratt, H.'Hl Kast ScM-nteenth stieet. and Daniel (Jregery. Clnyment nnd Ledge streets. Tn their confesiien, acrnrdlng tn the police, the men -ny seventeen sticks of dynamite were used en the rmirteenrli street bridge, which esvupid "erleu.s In jury. The pliiu the pelhe were In In t'ei'mi'd. was te fellow up this bridge Incident. If it failed te win the strike, by blowing up the roundhouse, which Is near the shops. The men who did the bridge job were amateurs, but they are snld te have admitted that an ex pert was te blew the roundhouse If thnt wns found necessary. Ilefaney, the police sny. admits ig niting the fuse which set off the bridge, but lie hnd time te get te his home and go te bed before the explosion oc curred. It had been planned, according te the police, te obtain employment In the shops and carry the bomb in n dm uer pall. Ilefaney. It is mid, accuses Pratt of proposing the job te htm nbnut August 1, "te sriire the rnts In tlie theps," meaning the mm -strikers mid strike breakers. (,'lty Deteclive Ocnrge Sutten n few ilavs age Became sin-ph i"U- of Pelnney nnd earlv Suudnv iiieiiilmc triced him te his home. There he heard n con versation which increased Ins suspicion, Summoning t'aptaln of Detectives Pen son, the two men took up a position near the hnui-e, where they heard two nun discussing the bridge job, Ilefaney, ll Is said, admitting his part. The de tectives then burst in the deer, cov ered Uefnney with a reveher and ar lested him. H" confessed, they say, nnd ns a result the ether three were ar rested early today. The accused men will hnve a homing tomorrow morning. MRS. E. S. TAYLOR DIES IN BOSTON i .i. . rii,."'"! a cur ,lH. 1?.. i... ...... ...il Jm li .I """ nun rirui'rt , UnrljH, - North Sixteenth Pwman mimi.in.i ...... .. Il4i Ulfh ti. ' - "" '"""niaii ikj- WSTK1 'rwI rlbH ,,ml "" J1' Pay in full f,)r (he dnmae. I aifU Rebert Tihhp. freaking Point din I-aje 10 Widow of Phlln. Tlnplate Manufac turer Victim of Heart Disease Mrs. I'vnllne Skillman Tayler, of Merelnnd avenue, St. MartnB, Chest nut Hill, died last night in Ilosten, fol lowing n heart nttack while metering from Northeast Harber, Me., te her home In this city. Accompanying Mrs. 'Inyler were her daughter. Mrs. Carl IS. Maitl.i. of Chestnut Hill, nnd her granddaughter. Mls Pveljn Martin. Avhe is expected te limke her debut this season. ; Mrs Tnvler was the widow of IIoI IIeI lln'shend V. Tayler, a member of the firm of N. and ! Tin ler ( ;npnny, .tin plate munutacMirers. He died in 101(1. Hit miii, Helllnshciid N. Tajler, Is president of that concern. Mrs Tnvler was interested nctivel in 'the' Heme for Censuniptlves, Chest -nut Hill, nnd i-erved for bevetnl years ns n member of its, bear. I. She wwis u member nle of the Church of St. Mar ins in the 1'iclds. Ker n number of v.irs she nan neeii vn.uie -... ...... . associate branch of the Philadelphia Cricket Club. In addition te her son nnd daughter she is survived by aMj-ter. Mrs. Anna W. I.enir, who icsided with her, and nine Ki-nndchlldren. I ATI AVTIO CITY'S BE8T MOIIKBATE A I'rtcid IletdV Elberon A Iroqueli. Adv. .Tudge ennghnn, fee of the drug ring, is going right nhend with his war en the distributors of narcotic poisons, despite a continuance today of written threats te kill him unlewi he desists. Anether mysterious letter ornamented with scrnwded daggers and death's1 heads was In the mall for Judge Mona Mena ghnn today, nnd there was nun mere for a jurl.it- whose name hns net been divulged, nnd still another for the Pninn League. Today's wan the seventh let ter sent te the League. Several letters, all similar in char acter, and possibly nil emanating from the same person, were stepped in the malls this morning by the postal au thorities. It Is characteristic of the letters that tn almost every case they nre In scaled envelopes benring only a one-cent stump. Tills In itself would be snffi cicnt te held them up in delivery. They are being tnken from the branch post pest offices where they are received te In spector Ilawkswerth. who is in charge of the postal investigation. Several Others Oct Letter The pestnl authorities refuse te di vulge the number of letters se fnr re ported, or the names of the persons te whom they hnve been nddressed. Thev have been sent te various per sons, hewccr, nil of them men nf imm inence. The letters tn the I'nlen League and perhaps te some of the nlherH, have demanded money. The league was asked for $."0,000, with the hinted alternative of a bomb explosion in their building at Pread and S.insem streets. "The writer may he n crnnk," said Inspector Ilawkswerth today, "but he is a dangerous crank, nnd must be sup pressed." The pestnl nutherities are still nt a less te knew where the letters are com ing from. They arc convinced that it Is somewhere In the northern part of the city, however. Judge Mnniighan turned ever the first two 'otters he received te the pestnl dn pnr n nt. Other- addressed et him have net 1. en dchvcied. The .1 idge Is as determined ns eer. he said tedjy, te keen after the drug users. This fight is going en and will he continued until it is finished," Judge Mennghuii snld. "Nothing can s.Jep it." Prosecutor Prepares Ca-sru While the drus ring has succeeded In tying up the prosecution of six of its members new a.wuitiug trial In Moya Meya meiibing prison by obtaining a tempo rary rule from the Supreme Court, the District Attorney's office la going nfter the men still at large. Assistant Distiict Attorney Ciorden, who Is In charge of the prosecution, is just as determined as Judge Mennghnn that members of the ring be prosecuted te the limit. He wits engagfd until late last night preparing his reply tn moves Cnntlruifil en I'acn reur. Column Tite GEORGE NEWLIN FAILS IN MOVE FOR FREEDOM Habeas Corpus Writ for Brether of Bank Emberzler DIsmlBted C.eerge New'lin, accused e' c uup'lelty In the emh(V..lcment of iJHWl.OiM from the Centesville National Punk, foiled today In an nttempt te win freedom through a writ of billions corpus Newli"'s counsel argued befoie Fed eral Judge Dickinsen that Insufficient evidence had been predtned ng.iinn bib client, brother of Raymond Xewlln, former teller of the bank, who also is charged with embezzlement. The lnwyer asserted that the checks which Ncwlln Is snld te hne sent te Raymond should be produced. Assistant District Attorney Rolger insisted a prima fnelc ense bad been established. He said the l.berntien of Xewlln would nmck justice. The Judge dismissed the writ. AUTO THIEF FOILED Stranger, Ordered Frem Car, Threatens te Sheet Owner Albert Leng, a confectioner at the southwest corner of Kighteenth street and yusiiuelumna avenue, prevented tlie theft of his new SIV-'OO sedan last night. The car wns in front of the store while I.nng was serving a customer. Glancing outside, he saw a mnn get in the car and close the deer. Anether mnn Meed nearby, appniently ns look out. Lang ran te the c.ir and ordered the mnn inblde te get out. According te Lang, the stranger barked out, threatening te sheet Lang if he innds any outcry or attempted te fellow him. Then the two men ran up Kighteenth street, joined two ether men in a touring car, nnd were driven nwny, VETERaTlOSES MEMORY Stricken With Amnesia en Way te Visit Sister In Washington Wlllinni Dennett, Mnmnleek, X. Y., n World War oteran, suffered n tem porary attack of iiinnesia when in tills clt today. He wns found diued at Fifteenth 'and Raustead streets by l'a l'a trelniim Johnsten. Taken te thn Fifteenth nnd Vine streets police stntien, he could net tell even his inline for several hours. Later llenuett ns iiueatlenud nt the detective bureau and his memory slow ly returned. He snld he wns en the wn.v te Washington te visit his sister, but get off nt Philadelphia by mistake, lie recovered sufficiently te continue his trip te tlin capital. TWO FLIERS FALL TO DEATH Tulsa, OUa., Sept. l.'t. Temmy Tucker, eighteen years old, and Aichie F. Stewell, twenty-eight, aviators, were Instantly killed last night when their plane, piloted by Stowell, fell 850 feet near here. A Mystery Disclosed ??ri?i& : WOMAN AND 5 MEN HURT AS TROLLEY RAMS MOTORTRUCK CLINTON W. (JILKKRT Washington correspondent of the Kicnlii Public Ledger, who is disclosed as the author of the fa mous "Miners of Washington" and "Iicliliitl the .Mirrors." EVE. LEDGER MAN WROTE "MIRRORS" Clinten W. Gilbert Revealed as Auther of Beeks Which Set Country Buzzing WAS MYSTERY TO NATION Tlv n Staff Correspondent Washington, Sept. 1.1. The author ship of "The Mirrors of Washington" Is a mystery no loiiRer. That most discerning yet discon certing volume of sketches of public men was written by Clinten W. (.il licit . Washington correspondent of the EvnNiNe Ptni.tf Ledger. Mr. Gilbert likewise wns the author Of the companion volume, "Behind the -Mirrors," which, like its forerunner, caused n furore both in this country and abroad. x The announcement that Mr. Gilbert, known for years ns one of the best Informed and most independent of Washington correspondents, hnd writ ten the "Mirrors" Is new mnde by the publisher, O. P. Putnam's Sens, in a formal statement. A few of the best-Informed observ ers nt Washington hnd be'leved Mr. Gilbert te be the author, hut he had managed always te nve.d giving the secret away. He was hound by his entraet with the publisher te main tain the (iriitiyi'iitf set np when the illume appearid. and this rentiacl he kept. Mr. Gllbnt wrote his two highly discriminating velumei from the expe rience of n lifetime with politics, ns an editor and observer, and the Inti mate, first-band knowledge gained by dally contact with his characters both in Washington nnd nbrend. Caused National Cemment "The Mirrors of Washington" wns published a yenr and a half age. It was se lemarknbly able nnd se nston nsten ishinglv frnnk lu Its analysis nnd es tlmnte of the men who steed in the first rank ns statesmen and politicians that the whole country read It and com- "Bus" Carrying Workmen Over turned by Collision at Wissahickon Hill CAREENING MACHINE HITS AND INJURES A BICYCLIST Twe Autes Crash in Trying te Avoid Anether Street Car. Twe Men Hurt Julia Sanderson, Actress, Is Being Sued for Divorce Cetitlnnril en Tune I'enr. Column Four KU KLUXETTESGIVE WOMAN 100 LASHES A wemnn nnd five men were hurt nt C:20 o'clock this morning when n southbound trolley car nt Ridge nven'.te and Main street struck and overturned n motertruck carrying workers te their plnce of employment nt Klfty-firat nnd Parkflde avenue. The truck had reached the 'bottom of tlw WIrahieken or Reberta' Hill nnd wns crossing Ridge nvenue when Iho collision occurred. It wns pushed for about ten jards nnd then toppled ever. Jeseph Kippax , sixty-three years old, 053S Ridge avenue, riding te work en a bicycle, wns hit by the careening truck nnd hurled te the Mtrect. Ilia knees were cut und bruised. Weman Cut About Head Others hurt were: Jennie Atibinsen, thirty-four years old. -Jiel Smick street; cuts of scalp nnd the flesh nbeut the left eye bruised. Mm tin Judge, nineteen cnr-. old. tt."." Cro'sen street, a boxer; cuts of left (. Peter Sr.yder, thirty-two ears old, Centiniiril en Pace 1'uur. Column The POLICE SEEK MOTHER WHO ABANDONED BABY Mrs. Blanche Wells Disappears After Placing Child In Day Nursery Police of the Belgrade and Clearfield streetR stntien are today looking for a jeung mother who placed her eighteen-menths-el I baby In i day nursery about two weeks age and then disappeared. The mother i Mrs. Blanche Wells, twenty jears old. On September 1 Mrs. Wells came tn the home nf Mrs. Helen Nugent, 11113 East Willaid street, who conducts a day nursery, and agreed te p.iy Mri. Nugent Se n week te cire fn the hnby. fire dnjs Intel Mrs. Nugent re telveil n pesii.ird fro, u thf young mother which bed been mn.led in West Philadelphia but siii'e then no word has been heard from li" This morning Mrs. Xugent told po lice she had heard the young mother lived at Twelfth and Vine streets, but i pin incfiiring there she was Informed Mrs. Wells had left. She has naked the police .te help locate her. Until the mother Is found. Mrs. Nugent said, she will (entlnue te care for Iho baby. Mrs. Wells Is described as u blend, about five feet four Inches tall and weighs about HO pounds. She has bobbed hui-. TRAIN WAS DERAILED ! BY HIGH EXPLOSIVE Husband, Naval Officer, Al leges Misconduct With Frank Crumit, Her Lead ing Man Hit nertafeil rut Pest en, Sept. ,', Julia Sanderson, stnr of the "Tangerine" production new phiylng here, last night received official notlficaiien from the Supreme Court of New Yerk that she had been sued for divorce by her husband. Lieu tenant Iirndl'ird Bnmette. United States Navy, en charges of misconduct with Frank Crun.lt, her leading man. The Unrncttcs have been living npart for four yenrs. Crumlt Is married, his wife Jiving In Connecticut. This In Mlts Sanderson's second marital misadventure. She divorced Ted Slenn, the famous jockey, nearly ten years age. Miss Sanderson was born in Springfield. Mass., thirty-eight years age. Miss Sanderson i. well remembered by Philadelphia playgoers. As a girl she played the heavy roles in the old Kercpaugh stock companies, her first nppeHrunce being in "JCerah." Among the plays in which MDs Sanderson np pcared Intee en we-e "Winsome Win nie," "A Chinese Honeymoon," n re vival of "Weng," "rantana," "Totir "Tetir lst.s" and '"ihe Dairymaids." Then she went te Londen, where she up-penr-d i i "Tl.e II'.nn-Mblp IMill" and "Th" D.ishing et the Duke." nnd finnllv in "The S.rens" as co-star with Denalil Ilri-ii'. S'.e also appeared with Brian and Jeseph Cawiherne in' "Sibyl." Miss S.ii'doriien wa married Sentem- er 1'1 . P.iiii, te Ted Slean, the famous ' ,' A ? Sk Zjr Ct' ZZZZ LD E. TWNSND NX WIN IN PRIMARIES Three Incumbent Senators Da feat Opponents in Sharp Vete Battles 1 BAY STATE SENATOR IS VICTOR DECISIVELY Governer Blease Leses Nomina tion in Se. Carolina Groe3 Gree3 beck Leads Just One Democrat Vetes in This Town KTX' 1 Vi.r' T ... ' s.- . I', v . T- . jecliey, JULIA SANDERSON Aefrcss married Ted Slean, 1007. Dierrctl first husband, 1013. Married Lieutenant Bradford Baniettc, I. S. N., 10J.., Flerida. Mass.. Sept. 13. fBy A. P i There no many Democrats in the State of Flerida, but in this town there is only one. Up revealed himself yesterday bv catln-; a bal bal eot for Democratic candidates in the State primary. Fifteen Repub licans voted. nv Atsectattii Prfm Chicago, Sept. 13. The three Re publican incumhent Senators involved In Tuesday's nine State primaries ever- ber jocke. , whom she divorced nearlv ten i j cars age. Three rears Inter she was . I..., .. ... ... T I.... - .. . . . Barnere; a Zlu7rTV U n t d New sucxl Cor divorce, her leading man "m" Rtr0n itlen h? nn""ly Stntei Vual Ac-id -my and at that time lwln" "a'Ufd as co-respendenf. head of the .Ncv lurk braneli of United States Hydregraphy Bureau in New ' Bnrnette nt n tea nn beard the United Yerk. States battleship Rhede Island in Bes- Mhis Sanderson first met Lieutenant ' ten Harber. "Ladles of Invisible Eye" Accuse Her of Ruining Daughter Fert Werth, Tex., Sept. 13. Mrs. I. C. Tatum, aged forty-four, was re ported in n serious condition today ns W S i,vf,L T nM.niii .sereu f ,. nf trm.k ,v I1R,nns of 80m Inst night by four women, one of them ,,., ,i,!,. ,,rhi.l,lO ilv.i.imirn en. cording te a report issued today hv the Investigators Trace Elwood, N. Y., Disaster te Malicious Mischief Washington. Sept. 13. (By A. P.l --Derailment of a i avenger train en th" International Rr.ilwny near Elwood, N. V . August 17. which resulted In the injury of twinly-ene pi'sengcr, was caused ny h..iiicieuh ue-si lotion masked, who described themselves ns a committee of the "Ladies of the In visible Eve." Mrs. Tatum. who re ceived 100 lashes, it was said, was ac cused by the four of "ruining her daughter." The women, who announced them selves as members of a secret sei lety , enticed Mrs. Tatum Inte nn automobile by premising te take her te her dnugli dnugli ter. The car was, then driven six miles from her home nt Step Six. Dallas pike, where herassnllants, she snld, applied strnps with balls fastened te the ends. According te a Mrs, Floyd, aunt of , n0l jctermincd." me vu'iiin. ..in, Liiium s neuy was n mass of bruises. Mrs. Floyd r-nid thnt Mrs. Tatum believed she could recee- ni7e two of her abductors. Ceuntv of safe margins, according te incomplete returns nvallable early today. Sennter Townsend. of Michigan, was renemlnnted by the Republicans for the United States senatershlp. Sennter Ledge, of Massachusetts, rolled nn a mnj.r!tv of three te one ever Jeseph Walker with returns two-third complete. senator Pelnde.xter. of Washington, led tlie nearest of his five opponents, Geerge Lnmpln,.'. nf Seattle, by 3154. en returns 1." per cent complete. Mrs. Frances C. Axtcll wns fourth In the race. Wtllinra E. Sweet, of Denver, had a big lead ever Fred A. Gnbin In the Democratic gubernatorial race in Colo Cole rado, while Benjamin Griffith, of Den ver, led Lieutenant Governer Earl Coeloy fnr the Republican nomination. Congressman C. C. Tinberlakc appar ently had wen rcnominat.eu in the Sec ond District. Redficld Procter, of Procter, was ap parently certain of victory ever Lieu tenant Governer A. W. Fnete in the Y.crmon$rlJEtBubliean gubo-nnterlul con test Senatorial candjdaus were un opposed. Feimer Governer Cele L Mlease, of Snut'. Cnrellnn. was defeated for the Democratic nomination for Governer by Themas G. Mci.eed in a hitter contest. Supporters of Charles S. Ward and former Governer G. W. P. Hunt, of Arizona, both were claiming viet-ry in tjie race for Democratic nomination for Governer of Arizona, with meager re turns Indicating a close race. Gover Gover eor Campbell is unopposed for the Re miblicnn nomination nnd Senater A-diurst. Democrat, also had no. oppe- sni-ui .or rrnominatien In the Massachusetts guhcrnnterial content. Governer Cox hnd an easy vic- t r.v . for the Republican nomlnitlen. . V'llium A. Gasten. Bosten banker. was well In the lead for the Democratic sennterlnl nomination in .later returns. I Governer Gmeibeck. of Michigan, easily defeated i'in opponents for r I nomination. vh.le James Bnh'h had a i -ma'l lead ever Alva M. Cummins en e;r' returns for the Democratic nom- - - nia' in. . . .. i a M. ,,,,..... Congressman II. G Dupre. of the Improvement as Much as Can Six Headline Matches in Fourth s cn,i Louisiana District, had a sub- ...... . stantial mujenty !n uirlj returns. Keuna or Naiienai lour- LAST-MINUTE NEWS- 7IRS. HARMON URGES SUPPORT FOR PINCHOT Women voters were urged te stand shoulder te shoulder with the men nnd te make no sex appeal in their demands for equal political opportunities by Mrs. A. B. Harmen today. The vice chairman of the Kepublican City Committee spelse at a meeting indorsing .the State ticket. COURT FREES CONCEPCION OF ONE CHARGE MANILA, P. I., Sept. IT.. Venancie Conception, leimcr u-c&.u?nf et the Philippine Semite and president of the Philip pine National Bank, yesterday was acquitted by the Supreme Court en a second charge of misuse of the lv.nl:'- funds. Tne cuuit voted 5 -te -1 njjainbt sustaining1 the vexuiet of the lower court fining Concepcion 2500. He was already uuder sentence of two ycais' impri&enineut for conviction en another count of misuse of funds. PRESiD NT'S WIFE TAR MEET TAR STEADILY GAINING IN TENNIS TODAY Bureau of Safety of the Interstate Commerce Commission. "The warning said te have been given te passengers before the departure of the train, the destruction of a portion nf tlie track by ihe use of the ex plosives, and the finding en the ad joining track of a h:u co-mining dyna mite, with fuse nnd caps attached te one et tlie MticK.s. tne report snld, I Reasonably Be Expected, Doctors Announce HAS COMFORTABLE NIGHT Washington, Sept 13 General ap pearances i'ldlcnte as rnpid improve ment In Mr. Harding s condition as ney at Cermantewn enn reasonably he etpeted a bulletin "clearly plow tills te time been a insuen nt tlie u into ueue sin ruy aner iiiicrnoen In the temtii round of tlie se et malicious train wrecking. , ) o'clock today said. Tin bulletin fel- , nnttenal lawn tennis singles champion- , Bosten. Sept. 13 Senater nenry i C.'het Ledgr was renmn.n.ited by the I Kepuni.i'iius yc-ioreav ny n iremenueus ninjerltv eer Jnseph Wnl'.er The vote Til nPM PI AYQ A n n n ln 1',4 Picelnets out nf M07 in the I ILUfcN r'LATb WUUU State was: Ledge. 16s.7.jL; Walker, CI .71)5. linvernnr Chnnnlng II. Cox wns By 1-11 )MN .1. POLLOCK rP,iv reneminated ev. r J. Westen One of thce rare September dns. Allen. Atterne, General. The snmft with , ling- , f fa'i. ., wr , Wnth'nf --- cw'r " summer gr-.tr, spectators and players , ,, fM. ,,, ,,., .or ,hc Dpme. . .in- i .ii, in-.,,, c i ii n -i .in. uus ..,,: ..,;. ., s: Tt-mi The ldentltv of the person nr per- ship. s responsible for this accident was' .,,1 ., .. , ,,., e . -f ' 'J'ne skies wre clear, net even one ...in. nia.miK n . ........ ...,., ei tllOse soft. Ileeev c'OUiI1 San Beniardinn. Calif.. Sept. 13-;- Temperature, OS.'?; pulse. I tlen. '-"s. Is int. rruntin : respiru- I the vast sea of deep blue The sun was 'blight and wum, but m t het, and th (By A. P.) I lie crew of n Snnte IV "She had iiu'te cemfnrtanle niglit, , nir was dcer as well-nelislied plate glass, i lie lawn et 'he li.bhni,e wns i day for i of- Railway freight train earlv today re- i sleenlnc longer villi les Intern', 'i.'ii- tioers were requested net te disturb ported te company ellicl.ils thev li.id ' KUmlnatien increasing Temlemes. and in nutiful. It was nn idea Mrs Tatum until meruinc because of , seen the flash of the terrific exnlnslen I swelling rIewU subsiding. Gen i"il ap- , lentils or nnrrhlm. mmlivir. her condition. I which shook tills city ami surrounding penrances indicate as rapid improve-' William M' Jehu-t. i th" mite frnrr -- - - I territory in a radius of e.gUt miles ment as enn rensmnbh be expected." j the const, was in the first match nf the rmS. HIIMKSON D SCHAR'GpD m 1""t ,e , r"nfl "ns '" " Her progress iey.nr.1 recnver ,v" ?"' . ;ny. lie was opposed te Hewnid Kln- i snnuy guuy A Gnst. n was in the lend en returnn from 221 '.recincts, in. Ii.. ling 100 from Bosten. Thoe precincts gaw him rentlniiMl en Tune Four. Column 1'enr KE EACH OTHER WILL BENEFICIARIES some distance freti. the expressions of confidence frnm attending soy, an ither California!! They took Widow Found In River Following Navy Officer's Death Commander James J Tfiylnr, who Aute Case In Which Governer's Daughter Figured Is Closed I The automobile Incident which I rough t Gnwiner Sprout's daughter. Mrs. J. Ward Illnhsen, Inte n police ' station Inst Frldnv night v,a efliclnlly closed today by Magistrate l I'Ceunnr I Mrs. Hinksnn. charged wllli reckless drhing. nnd Mrs. Adele Gilpin Reb. Insnii Miller, Media, und Rebert Tyson, Ridley Park, her companions, were ar rested when Mrs. Illnksnn's roadster hit a trolley car near the Philadelphia .MIVV 1,1111. tiaelt, betwceus.au U-rnar 'me and i physicians yesterday and lay nigiii, ti. court at 1 o'cle -k. In the ether Uvns .-' ief medical officer nt the Phlla- ii.unrc pnf en nt the same time, .lumen dolphin Xiuy Vard, and Mrs Louisa O Ander-en. Austrnlin, tested I.i spied Barbara Tailor, his wife, each made .gainst Bub Kinsey, u, brother of the ether sole beneficiary of thnr r r r .lohnsiten's opponent. sportive estates in wills probated te- t J he tin f was in splendid condition. I day. The rain of yesterday gave the ground I SLertlv after the deth of Cem- the necessary body, and the sunsliii f mander Tay'er in the new ' espital today and the heavy roller which was nt League Island. August 27. Mrs drawn ever the glass, packed the courts Tnir disappeared. Her hn,v was Hard fur the t eet feet et the plnwrs. fell',i t,n.e da-.s later in the IV-lawnre llfJlVi'l Hill.lV til., tlh n nn n,.n ).- ..f 1 .. h- . i . . 1 : - . . . .. i. ..-: : . - "v : " ui'ic uinumfi mi w v'i n no n iv nni sultnnts teei tnrit me imme.iiaie.rs u UnU ,,11(, Ul, ( (if ,,b , , - followed of the case has been passed fhe bul the job e. ,.,v 0 . , h ..'..' '""'...J V. " ,..'' ?"PV" - , ni " i siuinii1 n ii i u 1 1 j -uiiiMi uti illll ,,..,.,..,- ,.,..,-,! ,,,iu iniiiu. .v Kis- ,.,,r,. , nv and nlcht with urniinllny Colten, and deluged the tra'n with rocks, they snld, but caused no dam age te the train. UNIDENTIFIED MAN KILLED IN AUTO CRASH Found Beside Damaged Car at 29th Street and Allegheny Avenue An unidentified man, mysteriously hurt in nn automobile nccideiit nt All three were released Friday nliht Twenty-ninth stieet and Allegheny T.. An nr.!.ia nf tlin rl,n... t .. ' An.ien ilinl ,1,1a MKiTn it,, In Mm S. T H .ii, .,... . ... ..... iiiuiK1 . ..e.yrii.H ll,, -i.it. ..v. ....- ...... .,.., ... .... .... Sproul came from Lnpidea Maner, near ' maritan Hospital. He was found by Chester, nnd took his daughter nnd I police lying beside his damaged ma Mrs Miller home. ! rhino at 2 :30 o'clock this morning. He Nene of the defendants appeared ferlas well dressed nnd about twenty-five a hearing the following day, and Mag- years old. Istrate O'Connor set a further hearing Sisters nt thn Catholic Heme for for today. The magistrate said this ' Orphaned Chlldien at Twenty-ninth ii.ernlnc all three enme te his office 74 1 ' street und Allegheny nvenue. heard the Snyder nienue, nbeut I) o'clock. They crash nnd summoned the police of the i weiuy-secenii hi reci ami jiunting Park avenue station Physicians at the hospital found thnt lie hud received n fracture of the skull, se ere body bruises und probable ln urnul Injuries, The only identifying murks were the Initials "M. C." tattooed en his right arm nnd the Initial "M" en his belt. The car born Pennsylvania license Ne. 113-nSii, nnd police hepe te lenrn his Identity through tracing Jhe number of thnt the crisis of her illp had been passed. In view of 'his lmpr-nen nt. the question of an operation nt tnl time wns tin longer un ler conulerTien te- i dnv, definite announcement having been mnde for the first lime late yesterday that surgical relief would net be nee. cssnry nt present. The oflieinl bulletin Issie .1 at 7:30 o'clock last nluht snld thnt "1'nte.s un foreseen oxneerdations nrle nil con letln al?e stated that In view of the de- wcre discharged. WINS FIGHT OVER TSETSE Weman Starts for Heme After Bat tling Sleeping Sickness New Yerk. Pept. 13. (By A. IM Mrs. H. It. Kellersbcrser, a missionary, who hns recovered from the effects of tsetKn fly bite, Is In Xew Yerk for a short time before going te her home In the car Austin, Tex. She has returned from They think that there wns nn nute. Ihiglnnd, where for nearly ten months i mobile collision, und that the man was she buttled ngnlnst sloe-' i sickness hurled te the street, while the ether car thnt resulted from the Id if a lly i dieve nwny without rendering aid The while traveling up tne r i , .PP, Her recovery was nttr 'h i . first aid treatment administer..' l-y er bus bund, a physician, who was with her. victim of the crash is nbeut (I feet tail. DO YOU WANT A JOII' IIIKIIK AKE rense In complications "I"' ". prepyl in aim 7. ' "the ceur s ' 'rj-.ecl'le'i 'of te' Wnml nve rcnu red surgical procedure, Dr within the Inclesure n tl-niisnn l iiimm ," , .n stxumi ei hi rueranu hnrles Maye, who was'cnlled ln con- bVfeV.. W dl " n I ', llrh 1 1, , , nil"1,,,lnf ,htr'"ms.- .,U 1" Wlevcd in- ultatien en the surreal aspects of , he comlltiens ' X,"", 'ftI1V Z m"'JTlc CaUHt'd Mr8' an1"r l0 nii Charl su case, had (leaned fir hone esterday, as had also Dr. Carl M Niuyer wh her life. ...... ... . .,s "an n-llie.cil 111 ma ine, r..niii,np Tnilnr'a ..I.I. Iu .!.,... I " HI IT CIlllCWIM 111..! nft r .....r,, .1,,.. n I l ? " " .' .;".'"". V , .'I' n ' '""'"' however, will return Fri iv This le ,7 ., ,'V ,v: ,, "' at .("' ami mat 01 111s wne at 5,. left in attendance en tl.e patient today T'-J T e i ... I . 'L ', "",' fl00" 1,,"h ,k," ' be diyide.l among with Brigadier General C F Sawyer. !0 . ,1'bey,H ll0n,!e J hi ' n, ' ,hrir twe- dnughters, Barbara, nineteen s&?s& sx p'resi: S B&&SX r'i r1:1::::!:-::- u ub iv 1 -1 1 r.i s:i 'i 1. ri 1 11 1 1 1 1? List of Although Dr. Snwyer reported that Mrs. Harding had spent the "best dnv" yesterday since her illness became criti cal and thnt she was regaining strength nnd wns exceedingly cheerful, he de clined te predict hew huig she might tests wer ervndv te start Mill 1 llilcu Is mn'clied ngnlnst Pat O'Hnra Weed, of Austiulin. and the1 Gives Magistrate Itemized l ntlfiiLl Will Ltni't nt .1 --,'rtl. ...I, t 1. .. w same time Wallnec P. Jehns,,,, will op. ' Loet Frem Factory lese .ei70 Shimldzu, of Japan. I Kellir McCnrter, 6S1 North Rnndelpj vet be confined tn ber me, should m. . '"' uuln', "Tin, Mnuili come 1 Sireet, , si imi, cunt lw nrurs-ltoe-se backs occur I ,u"uin It t , ,hre,l,fh "W NV"n1. llP "" h.ue! buck & ( , wns held in 5100 ball for newspaper men" the slgnlmn. i-of he ! ?ny ,lm' hr leafinc. The Antipodean the (Sniii.l Jary today by Magistrate inn.miiTmenr s a crafty, nil-court plnu-r. formidable l.indell en charges thnt he hnd stolen (eZZv ':l ,nd,he;A1lflTve'lTilde',!rc1thr ,,",U,,M' 1 rm "rl" f anchattM f'era th cied'n'aij'r'heine;'';': V""?;1 couldn't r.s,st the lemptat.en... n inclvliMili ln 11 f J'KV. '" I'1"''''". "t spectacular, but I McCnrter told the mnglstj-ate. Hx, ,1,eS fulure as ,'i "m.'aM.re e'f per.iiaiu.,.,' br,!,,Bnt '" m,rt Si-nenilHhlp. It wlU gave an itemked list of the thi..Ss h. Plenty of them niivertltej in ttn Help ' pe, necisipn as te that course wi W&naed ceiumt.s today en Dg 20.Adv, be left entirely te Mrs, Harding. relief ill view of the r.i.ii...,in nt !.. present malndy. In nnv event, he snld I the decision as te that course would Centlnurd en l'ure Mnrlrrn, Column Twe Tn ht . rltln paper TilttnB Paper Cemptny, iiifu. had taken. AIMRTMKNTS TO HUIT EVEJIY VHUtm and meit el'ery requirement may be I eun4 I Quickly by ceniultlns the Apartment celuma en pare S4. Ade, -.- Ift'J '1 ',111 .11 i! 49 1 V .