May Succfd Vatvu. I Professor Joseph French Johnson of I the I nlverslly of Pennsylvania may J. succeed Charles (I. Dawes as i-iimp- ! ttolkat "I - IU i ui relic y. Professor Johnson Is l egariled as one oT Ihe best 4.. 1'ltoF. J. F, JOIINHON. ' Informed authorities upon finance tu t the country and several yesr ago. If ( he had chuseu to accept, he might have been cuniplruller. He preforrod, j though, retaining his place a a 1 teacher In the Wharton He hool of FI- , nanro and Kconomy In tho l'nlverlty f of Pennsylvania. Tho Kepubllcan 1 parly ha been under great obligation to Professor Johnson for service ran- ;. . elered during Ihe ciimpslgn In 1K96. and he alniiela close to the present admin- 1st ml Ion through the many friends he has holding high official positions. ' ! ITofessor Johnson has Just returned ! from F.urope, where he Journeyed with Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Vanderllp. and Is now spending the slimmer on his fsrm In Massachusetts. Comptroller Huwes' successor will be appointed 'Jet. I.