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I VOL. I-NO, 14
Philadelphia, Tuesday, September 20, 1014.
PRICE ONE CENT;
M'NICHOL SEAL OF
APPROVAL ON GRAB,
Senator Regards "Marble Hall" Scheme:
For Municipal Court as One of the
Most Worthy Ever Conceived Visible
From Back Window of His Home. !
Penator James i'. MeNichol, Penrose thought l he "marble lull" plan "on
Under in Ph.ladelphla. na. set the sea. ; & $'& "fiXto
of nis approval of the two-mllllon-dellar ; witn n Counetlmen about the scheme Hi
Una grab for Hi "Marble Hall" schema also talked with "social workers" In
ot the Municipal Court. He talked interested.
ntar with Councilman oetore me cmer- ' oK.-Ntwun i.'uno ....... ..
Ins wedge, ' in tht shap of .1 bill te ,
condemn the Magdaien Home property
THE CANDIDATE AND HIS SUPPORT
at list and Racb otreetb was introduced
Senator McXichot mini:-, tho ifna gab
bing Municipal Court plans "on ot the
most worthy objects ever conceived." He.
eald s,u hi.nse.t lr. an interview, aermtoi
MeNichol .-an look out the rear window
of his horn j- Logan aq.iitru nn
tht proposed site for tne Municipal Court
A house or. Race trt5t new Hi tils
"aite'H name (aceo it.t iiropert.v, Heal
estate mm .-:iy thi.t. it tht grab tfoo
througn cnt vttiue of ati ueui'by propyl tv
vvjil ijt greatly enhane'ea
TllUte I: uu nOUDl llitet tf .'lia tOt ilc-
Nicnoi ti.s tttii in tnt conHitenc vt
persons .i.o jammed tnruugh tt- en
tttliij, .Miii-'t n.-i tied C. aimon. the
executive clem of me aiunttti.ai Couit,
tall- IC. Tht- "olUCliliK wedfc" wan tin
condemnation of the ....rnor plot at -Jlsi
and Race sttests. o.wien by trio Mag
dalen Homo Society.
It wai am on good authority tortu
that Judte Uu.wu rma gone to MeNichol
bud talkrtl uci (lie plans allfiust a freiun
Ha the uitgltmteel MuNlohol iIkiiIim
Ills novvev.r hHiI JuUkc BiOwn tins ten
liOuuceit ttiHt ne will not talk uri more
tO tile h.'bNINll l.tiCdHK
That (lieic ti.nl been a conteinee be
tween trie- h'eiiiurfc lea.lti un.l trie prv
Bldum uillcei uf thu MuiltillMl Court W'u
the .( t-!n-nt of Mi3 Henry f Itkti
utd.iti wire r the atii'' Itittindeiit ui
tile H0ust; ir lictlltUMi wtm liHitvesfs
tu by llic nist l son L tuive thou. Ill
ot mm leu. thr IIjiiss ot t'rtentlnii lu the
Bite at "HI tint Hut' stl-ets
McNiuliu! .11.1 ml. hnwcM-i. thjt li-
Mrs. Itlehnrdson mentioned casually
that .Ttidee Urown had tnlkcd with brn-
ator McN'ichol the day she had the idea
for the. new Detention House, senator
McN'ichol denied It lgorously.
It was while filing how she cam" to
think of the Magdalen Home site that
Mr. Richardson Drought In Senator Mo
"f nan heard that the Magdalen Home
ite wa,. f..r zU;" ald Mrs. HI hard
son, "and as oon a I saw Mrs Jurist,
of th Advlsorv Board I told her about
it. Mrs. Jurist went to see Judge Brown
to Interest hltr. In the plan
"And then." said Mrs. Richardson,
with a dcprecatoiy mile. "Judge Itrown
went over to see Mr. McN'ichol.
"Oh, I don't know what she wanted lo
ceo him for," Mie added. "I suppose hi
Just uotit over to tell him about it."
Senator McN'ichol mm found in his
i.ihate ofllcf in the Lincoln UulMlii-'
He w:!. asked If he h.t.l gUen iinm.dl.Uo
approval of the Municipal Court pi ins
when Jud'i' I3ron ami' to see him.
"Judge lirown and I never talked about
the Municipal Court," he fitld. "I have
Jlscuss.'d It with some counctlmen, but I
r.evHi saw Judge Brown about those
liUn I will -ay, howe.vr," Ik add-d,
"that 1 think the Idea U one of tht. most
v.oithv over contrived
An plan that n. iclleve tne con
(,etlon In tne Huus ..r Dctnitlun is
VtOlUo 01 Upp01t. The h .ill's uie misei
ably uVertroAded, .tlicl there should be
.t Sepitlute IO0111 tol .MJilieh Sumething
CUkhl tO U! dune tol the WOllWli ami
children wio aie toii.e.1 to uit. the bilild-
t-. 1 have Ulkeri lth e.-rl i-OUIl-ciiiiieii
atiout the plans un.l 1 alo dis
cu.sod theni with i-ot-lal vnjrkri "
It iu- !.ugtte.l th.it i.ouH Wolf, thi"
Oltf.tllUlllluli Hll . Geul-'e Cl HurltA
un .t-Sfil.tle ot Jndhe Kl'ivMi and Mrs
I huIs Juilol probaOl eii the suilal
M.irk.'in he nlludnl In f'eii.itur Mt-Nlohul
.ts-enleit to this With l Iiud
GIRL SHOT TO DEATH
BY HER UNCLE OH
Florence Cope, 19 Years
Old, Victim of Kinsman's J
Rage When She Interferes
i q,, irii
tuuavciuutuct. , :Mm
This photograph shows a window of the bottling establishment of George Ringele, at 12th and Olive streets.
! TOPS RUM BOTTLES
1 IN STORE WINDOW
PLANT WHERE DRUG
FIENDS GET DOPE
WOMAN. BACK FROM VISIT.
FINDS HOME IN FLAMES
Holds Place of Honor in
Ornate Display at Bottling
Establishment in the Four
Tenderloin Squad Run Into
Place Completely Equip
ped for Making Products.
Three Men Arrested.
A ventablp hablt-formlr.g drug manu
facturing plant, with maohlnerj, misers,
vials, ietort and compressors, used, the
polic bolipve. In turning out moipltlne
and hfitjin pills, has ben unearthed at
1 North Eighth street by Bpeclnl pjllce
men of t'n Tenderloin. Three men us- i
pectml of oiwratintt the place ei ar- j
ralgned today In the Tenth and Button- i
wood streets station before Magistrate
I'ekhcr, who held them In M batl each ,
for a further hearing on Friday. ,
Tho men arreHted aro James Shay. ! I
North Tenth street, and George and Louis ,
Itansdell 411 North Eighth streot. in i
whose apartments tao apparatus was '
Tenderloin police have been considerably
alarmed for the past month at the In
cieaije in number of heroin and morphine
victims Almost dolly
nnd persons both young and old smtencd
to hinu.ll terms In prison or the House of
31rs. Brown ey Finds More Trouble
Afrer Calling1 on rrier.tls for Comfoit.
.Vhn Mri Mudolln Brow.pi v 511 MhI
. ul-T. strpct, r.turntd homi- thl morning
folli.-v.ng a visit to fripnd- who bought
to (omfo.-t her In h"r worrits about hnr
lui'lund beltevi to b" In tho Trench
riniv, shf found the place daimig-d by
lr.- inl water StTnl rnonthH ago Mr
Hmwn.u's hus.li.ind sailu-1 for Prunce
! ,tt:.' an .tute Beyond hearing that
h arrl-d affH, Mr. Browney has
ln.ril nothing more of him
"In fir stiiteU fnim hurning coals
lr. ppins fiom a grate In thf kltchtn.
Hi h set fin1 to tho carpet. Tlif lir
spr-nd to the home of Charles Kemp,
of 'iZ Malcolm stir-et
Vaker making deliveries In the neigh
oorhot'd saw smoke Issuing from the
Ht-hen windows ard sounded the alarm
Tht djmHge fi til" llroivney h"use
.-odntiil to I4W Th Kf-mp home was
Background Consisting of Re
ceptacles Filled With Whisky,
Gin and Mixed Drinks Com
SUDS EXTINGUISH OIL FIRES
Standard Oil Company's Test Meets
"With Success. I
Pouring oil on troubled waters has been !
In recent years demonstrated as effectlw, I
and mnnv ships now enrr oil for that i
purpose The way to put out oil fires has '
bpen found in an equally odd application i
Tank (Ires have long been the bugaboo
ard Oil i-ompanv has tested suds at i he was asucu
Bavonne, N. J. It placed four thirty-Inch
stand-pipes around a forty-foot tank
arrests were made ' These wore suppllwl wlht 4 solution of
cai oonnte or soda nnd soap bark with
them were fuslole link, of phokpho
brume cables controlled by a series of
Senator Penrose's pieture Is being ."-Imw n
to the voters or the 11th division ot the
In the window of the bottling establish
ment of OtoifTe Kingtle, at 715 North
Tweltth street, on the 'orhir ot Iweltth
and Olive streets, a large portrait of the
senior Senator Is dlsplaytd. Liquor forms
the background, foreground and the rtbt
of thu suriounding ground of the setting.
It was explained by omploe today
that the stablibhrnent is the polling plate
for the division, and the picture was
placed in the window b the Republican
part to odverti.e Penrose along with tho
brands of IWuor which Ringele handles
"The picture has been thero since the
first rtgiftratlon day," said one of Rin
gelo's employes "This Is a polling place,
you know." He denkd that the Liquor
Dealers' Association or tho Brewers'
Association had anything to do with plac
ing the Penrose picture. The Republi
cans ho said, went to the store on the
morning of beptcmber 3 and hung tho
"Did they hang It just as it is now?"
CHURCHES ASKED TO FIGHT
PENROSE AND LIQUOR EV'IL
Ministerial Union Adopts Report
Recommending Organized Opposition.
Tho Ministerial Union yesterday adopt
ed the report ot the Executive Com
mittee, In which there whs included a
recommendation that all the churches
of tho union unite In fighting the liquor i
evil allied with 'Penrose In the coming'
campaign. In i ach church a committee
ot two men v.Ul be appointed to obtain
Mignatmes to a platform In which the
signeis refuse to support any candidate
for office who does not favor county
local option. 01 who refin.es to indorse
a Fedet.il law to prohibit the sale of tn
At a meeting or a committee repre
senting the civic and local option or
ganisations ot the Stat", named in llar
risburg beptcmber 17 for the purpose of
working in tht Interests of local option
throughout the eommonwealth, plant
wf-re outlined for a vIkoious campaign
during tin next five weeks against l'en
lOscism and liquor.
DEATH HE PRAYED FOR
CAME AS MAN SLEPT
HOBOESv WILL PORTRAY
GRIEVANCE IN A PLAY
Real Vagabonds in the Cast of the
Lewar's Hall Production.
The burdens of the hobo will bo shown
tonight In the thrilling melodrama "On
the Road," and those who go to Iewar's
Hall, Righth and Spring Garden streets,
will see a company ot real vagabonds
In the cast.
According to ,T. Iads How, tho mllllon-
hobo, who Is directing the affair,
Oft-expressed Wish of James Glen
non, City Employe, Granted.
The death h had prnveri tor cainrt
early today to James Glfiuion, an aged
emploje of the Bureau of HUhuavs,
who wa.. found Ufcles.-, In his bid at 211
West Tioga street. b Joseph Helmuth,
I a friend with whom he r sided
According to Helmuth. his aged com
panion prayed each night that he might
I go to bed apparent!, well, and that when
drath came It might touch him ts he
Last night Helmuth went upstairs to
sti his friend who, he said, had a slight
cough. He looked into his room and
.saw ulennon, nf usual, kneeling before
his bed. This was the labt he was seen
Dr. Charles A. White, 3130 North Sec
ond 'treet, said death was due to heart
failure Glennon was 2 years old.
BOY FACES THEFT CHARGES
triggers Water was let into the tank to
within three feet of the top. with thren
thousand gallons of .M. xkan crude ml i
and naphtha run on it. This was lUUed '
The fuses melted, the soda droiiwsd into I
foam at once started i
And this tremendous flro of oil and naph
tha was extinguished thus automatically
in nine seconds hi a fourteeninc'i layer
of uds or foam- j
Another experiment was tried with I
three thousand gallons of oil and one
hundred gallons of gasoline The stand-
toiiiition because they were user pf
or had drugs in their possession
It vv.ib bad enough, th" polke said, to
H-e an old and hardened cliaractr t-Jf-
feriiig trom the effects of j Itfclonc I the tank end the foam at one
Iiaoic nut en juwbe rit.wi.j -nvrv i
quentb o'ing man ant! women- who
wtie seen wandering about the streets,
lnearv of eyes. vUth twitching muUes
nnd emaciated by the savages of dru.'ki
the -iltu.itioii beramc mor serious.
Wt were unable until recently,"
said the polh e, "to tell where Uiey Bot
it. at our u.r Iflont were later directed
against the three men who were ar
Spetia! Pulltemen Keaie. Titus, Barry,
Claik and Karmrt were detailed to watch
the u-ievt Th ne, around th
men tignieiiea ' ounaay wnen w.i. hwnuallj or by hand to stop an oil Ire
known useis of drug were seen in the ' lmos, ., hv th urf'Dp w 0,! nre
vl.iuitj of til .North Klijhth street. I I
U Inle tluee of flie five peeial sur
roui.ii. d the house, two of them nterd ' WAGON STRIKES WOMAN
and toning the door of a room on thi
Bttonil tl .r tear found Shav and the two . c. ri- - -. ,. , .,
RansdelU cowering among their ma. '" "& ' driver, Wio
it hasn't been touched since they put
it there," ho said.
The Republican workers who hung the
pieture selected their own setting, be
cause oil of the bottles of liquor wire
In the window at tho tlmo and have not
been chanst-'i slte. a llkness of the
st-nior Senator was placed among them.
The "Penrose display" has touted con
siderable tomrnent -tmong the residentb
of the neighborhood, as It Includes, be.
sides the likeness of Senator Penrose,
,. rnre bottles of several different
brands of rum, gin.
whisky and mixed
p.pes were oerated by Hand. After the ,.,.,- MrirUDnDC DCCCMT
inflammable stuff was Ignited It was al- 20 IRATE NEIGnDUno tttbtlM I
iohku (Q rage lor nve minutes. One stand
Held for Stealing, Other Accusations
The nrrtst of a lC-yeai-old boy, charged
with the theft of a watch, led to Ills be.
ing hold on another theft charge and that
of carring a concealed weapon. He Is
Charles Adams, 3)17 last Dauphin street,
and was arrested on the complaint of
Thorns Hell. 2073 Kensington avenue,
who claims that the hoy stole the watch
from that address when sent there on an
Special Officer Punbnr arrested iho boy
In his home, nnd at that tlmo found a
bleyelo, In the houso which Adams
claimed had been given to him h a man
on th. street, but the police say that this
Is a wheel which was recently stolen from
James hore, 231'.' West Haiold btrtet.
When searched in th polite station it
was found that tho hoy was wearing a
pipe Was opened, but mode little impres
sion The rest were turned on thirty sec
onds later and in one minute the am
flree was not fin It In nnu- nnsalhu i.i.... ...-
wall. ! 'Z.. .. ". " --.-- ...,, umu
,.,.tL'd In n holster uhleh hunt frnni
FRflNT-PORCH TANGO REVELS ' his belt. The weapon was loaded with
mvJl l i "- , i,lanl cnrtildses and .wan equipped with
. , ,T, ' a searchlight attachment Ho was held
Cause Womar'S Arrest cjr uo'"B under ?- bail to await further hearing.
thineiv aud bottles
K.cn tlie detectives were btagered at
the sire uf the dap plant. Modern mft'
t'llnt-rv, whiin is &liev4 to have liten
utd to iumpiess pi'ls from ptmdeied
! ioiii ami moiphint, was installed in the
loom There were jars containing us
pUious ioo'.ein.- drugs and many vmis and
mixers sto. u ..bout on shelve. 1 nlltl
and moitarb wert ill' luded in the lajout
lien tin' nolle e entered the room its i
thice oecupants made a tlasii for i!rty, '
but tlieir attrtnpted escape was of short
.luiatlon With the miseiy of drug vl - ,
tlma onl too pllin in their turned he ,
police trade short worU of th captur3
and the tluee suspe U weie lauded In
cells at the station house.
The refused to what they were
doing in the place or whether the la. out
for manufacturing pills was theirs All
powdeis and liquids wer. tnt to t'lty
Hall to be eximined b hemists w hlle
the pill machine vaa taken to trm office
of Hance Urothers & White, inanufa'-t Jr
;tig druggists, who pronounced it a
ity chemists wl.l
MnHes QuioK Turn.
Lou'l ringing of a street ear gong, due
tu the Impatience of the motorman.
can-1 an accident on KightSi streot, near
t'hestnut. at nuon today. a deliver,
wagem was in front of the car and the
d.lver. thinking an ambulance was com.
inir. nulled hatily to the right aid hit
a dump cart; nbkh was thrown up on
the sidewalk and struck Mtes Ida Ham
biinl. of ' Hast Amber street The
young woman was taken to her home.
INSTALMENT AGENT HELD
Irwin Bodolin, of 1"'J North 31st street,
a eolkctor for the Penn I'lirniture Com-
Not a Scarecrow
Arrest for Using
Tango spooning parties which are de.
dared to have lasted until nearly dawn
1 on the front porch of Mrs. Annio joce, sted for Breaking Into House to
I 8KQ North lsi street. i" '; ...".
when nelphborf caused her arrest aa a
Uommon tscold because she said unkind
i - - . t t, 4 . ,
thines to them for oojecung to en iuii . ., M , t Btrttt waa urralgned
o nuisanc. Magistrate Grells. In the i before Magistrate McCleary at the Tren-
w - .""' ' ,,... ., 1 ...,!. L.Mn. u.n..
tOU aVbnUC ttllit fdui'iiiii .u.in eavioii
todav for further heating on the charge
of breaking Into the nome of George
(iendanlel, at l lUmerald strot, to re
move the furniture.
tiendanlel bought household goods on
tho instalment plans from the firm, hut
got out of work While ho was out of
tho city with his wife last Satuiday,
liodolin is charged wttn forcing entrance
A certain, riilcuco business man has
had a great deul of trouble with his ' patikipants,
MWvale and RdB avenues ponce uta.
tlon, today held Mrs Joyce in ball
Twenty Irate neighbors, one of whom
was a blind man, crowded the court room
and Indignantly accused Mrs. Joyce of
using language unbecoming to a hostess
f t.miro oartles As to the revels them-
Kilvoa. the neighbors declared they were i t(J t,e house Tho man had
abominations not to be tolerated by any va in front of the place.
elf-espcting communltl. The voung Sergeant Henr appeared
tho declared, did not con-
workmen, u number of whom have
from time to time evinced a disposition
On one oeeaslon when this gentle
man in company with his brother, was
isiting the farm of a friend in south
ern Illinois the two observed un un
couth figure standing in a distant field.
' Since it isn t moving." observed tho
brother, 'it must be a scarecrow,"
That isn't a scarecrow" said
rfiiet themselves with becoming modesty.
Tht petition against Mis Joyce stated
she objected to complaints of her neigh
bors in violent and uncomfurtable lan
guage whi'h was distressing to those
whu sought utiii peace m the neighbor
hood The blind complainant was vehement In
his denunciation of the defendant "And
so the dancers annoyed you?' asked the
coeds were loaded and arrested Bodolin.
The latter was held in )0OO bail for the
Will Ask for More Paving
A committee of the Woodland Avenue
Business Men will confer with Director
Cooke, of the Department of Public
Works, October fi In an effort to havo
AVoodland avenue paved from 52d street
to CoVb'a Creek. Thi appropriation for
Woodland avenue lu tne new loan bill
UKlA4 said herlou tu the Jars seat
iliiaa1Xcr.cxa.mwatlQtt,uw. . . -..Upp.
the i Magistrate
inorpmne. , oiner. axier a long gaze at we ngure. I -mvi cwimjutiiqr w-r e, juuc, ,,-. ..-.-..-. - - --- - i
ijo I 'That a a wan, wor&lfig By Jfl" WY" I waa M,B answeft "vuoai empnancauy, i pwr yw VaIWa v- - v m i
JUIPPIBCUIVS , j. . ' aHra.a,ms-- - ,!'.,'c . -fw'lgl.V--.j-;'.;. ! ' ' ujiiii
iii i -"" nr rrnrnrn- Trn i u i in i i in i i i i i iiii i i i i 1 1 ii i iiii ii iimi i mi in i s 11 t ' iih mar ijrrMBBgiBn ihttht rrr" - .. . . s. .
the object is to show the Injustice of
the vagrancy laws. Realistic scenes will
show the Innocent hobo begging on tho
itieet, and then his trial In court and
sentence to hatd labor In the peni
Theie is a love story, too, to show that
the vugiunt Is not wholly devoid of senti
ment. The play wns written by Miss Cora D,
Harvey, Intel estnd In the International
Brotherhood Welfare Association. Tho
proceed" will be used to establish a
fieo employment huteau In this city,
where vagrants may obtain work.
MlhH Harvey Is now In Washington,
wllr-rc she Is trying to Interest Con
gress In a plan to establish employment
agencies In the rural postofllces.
NEGRO'S "LANGWIDGE" IN
COURT AMAZES CROWD
Colonel Tells Ohio Progres
sives the Two Forces Are
Closely Allied in Their
Campaign in Buckeye State
Waged by Liquor Men on Lines
Designed to End Control Over
Aged Colored Man Gets Hia Freedom
After Extended Remarks.
Ye ho Mould ooiIeb tho iron bars down In a
And cie not if the founders of the Hnrllsh
Approach the lordly miislstrati' nnd take him
And hit him vlth "flzzastlcate" and look ex
The vocabulary of Joseph Mnrtlsall, an
aged Negro, of Spruce and AVarnock
streets gave Magistrate Tracy consider
able uneasiness this morning. Marshall,
who was accused of getting a bottle of
nil'k nnd a loaf of bread under aus
picious circumstances, was finally dis
charged so that the court at the Fif
teenth and Vine streets station could get
"I wns fizzasticated, Judge," said Mar
shall In the course of an unduly ex
tended speech. "If I misappropriated
the provisions, the annexation was at
tributable to temporary aberration of tho
Asked to explain what he meant by
"fljzaatlcated" Marshall looked dubious
for n moment, so did the policemen
wlfo were attracted by his flovv3 "lang
wldge." "I'll make It more apparent,"
baid Marshall "I was sort o' dozing
near one of them gas plates in the aide
walk of the public thoroughfare and the
gas emanuting from tho aperture Just
sort o' ilzzastlcatcd' mc
"I finally aroused mvself and found
that somehow I had become Inadvertonty
attached to tho bottle of milk and loaf
of bread I was Just examining It when
the guardian of the law- Introduced him
self to me and took me hero for this
explanation " Rut thts Is as far as
Marshall got. "Vou can continue that
the next time you're brought here." said
Magistrate Tracj. "You better go home
and run for Congress." And Marshall
NEGRESS TRIES TO END LIFE
Makes Three Attempts to Hang Her
self While Under Arrest.
Following her arrest for disorderly con
duct last night, a Negress, who said her
name was Lcna'Rrown and that she lived
on Tenth street above South, attempted
to commit eulcldo at three diiferent
times during the night by hanging her
self with a stocking So persistent were
her fcltortd that the police were forced
to have the matron ot the station re
move the woman's clothing to prevent
further attempts at self-destruction.
JAIL FOR BOGUS COLLECTOR
Man Who Fosed as Magazine Agent
Charle3 Ii. Van Winkle, who posed as
a collector of subscriptions for a maga
zine, pleaded guilty before Judge Ral
ston lit Quarter Sessions Court today,
being confronted with W M. Lord, dls
trii t manager of the David C. Cook
Publishing Company, which had caused
the arrest and (mpilsonment of tho de
fendant for three months In Trenton
for the same offense.
Mr. Lord had on hand eight wltnuaea
from whom the defendant had madtKaol-
lections la this cJty Judse Ralsto. "aji
'it '4 f, atiiuuvy.v. -vvib,
COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 23.-"Tho intS
tual affinities of whisky and crooked
politics" was the keynote of the nddiess
In which Theodore Roosevelt opened tho
Progressive campaign In Ohio here last
night, lie uiged the election of James
R. Uarlleld for Governor and A. L. Gar
ford for United States Senator, on their
"Whisky and crooked politics unques
tionably have strong mutual affinities,"
suld Colonel Roosevelt, "and It Is natural
that everywhere tho liquor forces should
line up against the Piogiesslve party,
sometimes behind one, and sometimes
behind the other, of the old parties."
lie took a strong stand against the pro
posed amendment to tho State Constitu
tion which will be offered to tho voters
of Ohio this fall in an effort to make
the entire state "wet."
"in tho State this year the contest has
been precipitated by the liquor men,"
he said, "who have forced before the
voters an amendment, which, If success
ful, would mean the abolition of all ef
fective control over the liquor traffic and
the abdication by the State of all power
to minimize the damage It does."
Colonel Roosevelt said that tho Demo
cratic party In Ohio is either overtly or
covertly supporting the "wet" amend
ment, and that the Republican party Is
dodging the Issue. Ho also assailed tho
tariff policies of the Republican and
Democratic parties. Under the Republi
can tariff, he said, a few men prosper
too much, while under the Democratic
tariff no one prosper. Ho Indorsed the
election of a tariff commission of experts.
BERGDOLL, FLUNKING, SEEKS
AERO COURSE WITH LAW
Millionaire Aviator, Failing at U. of
P Wants to Enroll Elsewhere,
The studle-i of law and aeronautics form
a combination now sought by Orover
Cleveland Hergdoll, millionaire aviator
ar d tscapadlst, who, blnco "flunking"
frmi the Law Department of tho Uni
versity of Pennsylvania, desires to en
roll as a student at borne educational
institution where high flying will not
interfere with legal grind.
Mr. Hergdoll, who is expected to return
today to Philadelphia from Kalamazoo.
Mich., where he has been to protest the
result of an aviation contest, It Is said,
will try to enter either Harvard, Yale!
or Columbia. His friends think he will
probably enroll at Harvard because of
the existence theru of an aero club among
The millionaire aviator, after his ar
rival In Philadelphia today, will go to
Trt-nton, where he Is to give an exhibi
tion In acroplauing.
Tragedy at Bucks County Farm.
house Followed by Ail-Night i
Hunt tor Man Who Fired Fatal
DOYLESTOWN, Pa., Sept. 20.-A1I
ivtiuy iur ncr Braoustlon from th
Philadelphia Business College, pretty
Florence Cope, IS years of age, was
shot to death ln3t night by her
uncle, John Cope, 42 years of age, at
the home of her father, Clinton Cope, In 1
tho little village of Buckingham Valley, '
near hero. What prompted tha uncli j
to kill his pretty niece Is not entirely
clear, although It Ii bollovcd to bo jeal. I
ousy. She had upon several occasloni il
repulsed his carcases, saying she did not
like him because he drank. He vte.
under tho Influence of liquor when tin
shooting occurred. Cope escaped, and
has up to thli time succeeded In clud-
ing capture by the pos-se ot officers anil i
neighbors, who wero beating through tht
thickets of Buckingham Mountain all lost
night searching for him.
John Cope, who Is a painter living In
the vicinity, went to the homo of hi.
brother, Clinton Cope, at 10 o'clock last J
night. It was a bright moonlight night
nnd Clinton Cope was out In tho field
of his little farm cutting corn. Tho vis
itor was m an ugly mood from drink
and hurled abusive language at Mri.
Cope. Florence, who was In an upper
room of the house, heard the noise be
low and ran downstairs to her mother.
AVhon sho appeared In tho room her unclt
called her a vile namo and declared!
"I'll shoot you, too."
He thrust a revolver against her. Tha
girl grasped tho weapon, but Cope pulled
tho trigger nnd tho shot passed through
the girl's abdomen. She died within aa
After tho shooting Cope ran out of the
house without shoes, coat or hat. A
posse, which Included a member of the
State ptllco, Dolestovvn police and
farmer? In tho vicinity, was organized.
Rut an all-night search of tho bulldinss
In tho neighborhood and wood flopij
of Buckingham Mountain failed to reveal
the hiding pluce of thu slayer. The posse
is still beating the woods as It Is be
lieved Cope could not have gotten far.
The death of Florence Cope cast deep
gloom throughout the ochool rooms of
the Philadelphia Business College, 1017
Chestnut street, where sho had been
pupil slnco her ginduatlon from Hlia
School last year.
Miss Kdith Ritchie, ot Paulsboro, N. J.,
a pupil at the school, who had been her
companion since they entered tho school
together, could not attend class this
morning owing to the shock of her
friend'.- sudden death. Tho ent're school
was somewhat upset by tho tn.gic uifalr.
As late as ve.steirlay afternoon ills
Cope spoke to Joseph Reining, the presi
dent ot tno scnooi, regarding per grauua-
tlon, which was .to take place on next ij
Friday. "She was one of the most en
thusiastic pupllH that ha3 ever attended ;!
our school," said Mr. Lerning tins after- ,
noon. The teacher who has had chars j
of Mist Cope'B class could not discuss tr i
affair at all, so heartbroken was she t j
Mlfs Illlyaboth Thompson, a nelghter
of the slain girl, who Is nn Instructor at
the s-hool, went up on the samo train
with Miss f'ope last evening, and she
spoke of getting an early train Into town
this morning to catch up with some ot
her studies. .
The girl's death has bo upset the 6choo!
that graduation day In the college maf
have to be postponed until next week.
For eastern Pennsylvania and Ne
Jersoy: Fair tonight and probably
nesday, with rising temperature; mod
crate variable winds.
High barometric pressure prevails th'1
morning from the Rocky .Mountains east
ward except in tho Lake Superior region
and along tho middle gulf toast. A
slight dlstuibanto central over western
Ontario has caused light rains In upper
Michigan and Ontario, while the sua
storm hits occasioned showers in southern
Alabama and Mississippi. This lltur""
auco appears lu huve changed but little
In eneigy nnd Is moving noithward very
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Young Woman Accuses "Reddy" Carr
Klwood, alias "Reddy" Carr, an old
offender during the last trolley strike,
today was sentenced to rivo daya In tho
County Prison for Insulting a young
woman by Magistrate Campbell, m the
Front and Westmoreland streets police
station. "Reddy" Carr Is well-known
throughout Kensington, and, according
to the pol'ce, was out on probation after
serving part of a six years' sentence for
burning a street car in 1910.
Appearing against him today was Miss
Wlnnlfl Balbtidge, 3123 Kelm street Miss
Balbrldge said Carr accosted her on tha
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