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i RAISES DEMAND FOR
n.t..,.nn Prnnnrp.dness and
Pork Bnrrcl, wesort rmws
the Latter if Its Want
Can Be Satisfied '
feoMBN "COPS" URGED
i-nlANTlC OITV. Jan. il8.-Atlnntlo
dl -want a su-iooi c......... -.......-
C , f.lMtlon. Atlantic City docs not
minute to confess that at this Juncture
ffl for tne por m...... ..
5 ..'hjrbora bill will help to obtain that
"hlch It regards as necessary to Us wet-
vi,v the city's "hotclkccpcra and bnsl
ilmtr Tcver thoUBht a channel 12 feet
5e!lhroURh the sand bars would meet
'&mmfrSl"l needs, Is now a subject of
W "?.?. . ainrrt the 12-foot channel has
.due and It Is seriously proposed to
"! Vi'5 .Yi which did the work to
r-.M May, the resort Is quite convinced
r?ffift channel Is little more than a
Bi.... if will take caro of private ynclits
'i ..'.rtii th resort to become a yiiclit-
S,' Trrndevzous In courso of time second
?.Vo Newport, but Atlnntlc City wants
L.thln more than Hint. Bhoro men say.
now covets rccoffiiltlon Dy coastline
ii'rtltrs At least to the extent of ImvInK
norldaibpund liners stop here to take
n nd disembark .tourists. Jt wants also
lint cutslon craft to brltif? thousands
'. tuuro seekers hero from New York
hd Philadelphia. Tho present 12-foot
channel Is Inadequate for these pur-
t filvcrs and Harbors Committee, It
111 pointed out, will sUKsest that Atlantic
niy ahOUKl lirsi proviuu uwm mm ivii.tr."
II... facilities. This i.ccessnry adjunct hns
t'oi ret passed the blue-print stni?c and
$: nilnn dollars. However, one 12-foot
tteamshlp brouKht thousands nf wator-
irOUtO tOUnsis licrc iiuiii .it-n iuik luai
Biummer. Aiiomer vessel, wiiicn is cx-
KpecUd to ITIEIHC reKUliir ruua iiciu irum
Ihillmlclphlft next summer, ousht to ahow
fillll .better results.
KBenCh authorities are expected to wel
Sini the sUcRcstlon of shore clubwomen
that female policemen uc umpiuycu next
lummcr to deal with mashers and en
force a Btrlctcr regard for tho conven
tlohs on the batlilnpr Krounds.. Ucach
front patrolmen will bo very glad to bo
relieved of tho task of Informing yonriK
women who go to extremes In the brevity
f their strnnd raiment that officially
Hfjitlantlc City docs not miprovo of that
lOrt 01 tninx. ueacii uircciur iioenuri oc
Vitts that a Kindly word from a moth
erly looKlng woman will bo quite as ef
fective ana mucu ichh eniuurrn.HHinK uinn
' harsh command from a uniformed no-
llceirian, accompanied Inevitably by tho
collection or n crown of curious onlookers.
SfBoardn-nlk cabaret men are making a
nllant attempt to convlnco tho public
that they are not nlnr-id over tho burn
ing denunciation which ICvnngcllst Stoush
hii poured upon their establishments.
Several of them arc lUlvertlsitiK for tho
Brit time at this season of tho year,
announcing the onKfiBcment of allo .
inters and vocal cntertnlncrs. This, In
the eitlmatlon of Slouch's supporters.
signifies a falling off In business. Last
lummer, except for one or two of tho
places, wai anything but n prolltablo
t Mr. and Sirs, Charles Wester have re.
'.turned to Chelsea nfter a visit to I'hlla-
t-Vtr. Inlin lfnlnM nnl Ml LVlttli
" w .jS "1
5K -'JKfi'i: IJKiSMrfloHat?
BYEKlNq LBDGBB-PHIIJADBLI'HIA,. ytnsai)AYt TAyUARY 18, dUl
TOMORROW FOR 2 DAYS
Great Interest In Col. Roose
velt's Speech in Opern House
Thursday Night Will
Talk on Preparedness
Includes specimen of work In nil tho
arts nnd crafts.
Mrs. Kdwanl T fltotesbury, who Is a
vice president of the National American
ization Committee, has done much toward
to do the netual butchetlnx' Tea it Is v
deadly murder The soldier at lfrnst faces
danger He risks life, but the munition
manufacturers and the Government
cllquo which sustains them arc In perfect
color, sculpture nnd crafts oxKlblts; $JO0
I for Illustration, and two prices, one of
I J100 nnd one of f2.". for etchings. The Jury
' which will make the awards Includes
NOTED MEN WILL COME . fllln Itenux. Jessie Wilcox Smith, Kd
K.r V. Seolcr. Oeorse Walter Dawson
! nnd Charles Orally.
Al 8 o'clock tomorrow tilRht Mr. and
A.rs. Stotesbury will jtlve a dinner lo the
members of the committee at their home,
1523 Walnut street.
brlngln the collection to this city. The ' safety and security."
Philadelphia committee, which has been I "If f had nny doubts about the motives
nsslstlng her. Includes Mrs. Cornelius of President Wilson before, his message
Stevenson, Miss Emily Sartaln, Howard to Congress left no doubt In my mind,"
Fremont Strntton, Edward Atleo Hnrber, she said at mother point, when rcfcrrl-K
John F. Lewis, Samuel Flelsher and John I to ibe fact that tho President has come
A. Myers. , out for preparedness at this time. "Why
Liberal oHim lmvi h-n nnr,1. IVtt fnr that address was simply a chenn appeal
the winners In the oil nnlntlmr.. water-" ? l!1ft gallery. All that tnlk about dls-
. . . ;. .....'. im.Aii.i ...m ..i.
() 'oiirsc jinn ran nerrr be lite us.
Hi I be s Ilkr u as yoii'rr oblc In be
DIl. VON HEYDKBRANDT
Leader of the Conservative party,
who declared in the Prnsslnn Diet
yesterday that America wants
to prolong tho war.
Knight, of Vcntnor, have gone to Day
lona, Fin... for tho res! of the winter.
The first "leap ,-ear" pnrty was given
by Miss. Dorothy Clements, with class
mates as her guests. They were Miss
Stella Henry, .Miss Irene Forte, Miss
Harriet Hess, Miss Gertrude Coffey, Miss
Etta Elder nnd Miss Mildred Noff.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McAllister have
returned to Philadelphia after a shore
sojourn of n week.
Mrs. ltlchard L Oreen, of Herman
town, hns been the guest here of Mrs.
Mrs. Thomas II. Nuttall and Mrs. Al
fred Johnson were hostesses for tho
nrts ami crafts department of tho
Women's Itesenrch Club. Their guests
wcro Miss Ella jiood, Mrs. Clara Warren
Vnscy, Mra. C.eoige T. Wlngntc, Mrs.
Arthur Wts'cott, Mrs. Hubert Willis.
Mrs. II, T. ItliodcM, Mrs. W. Chandler
Stewart, M:ss Hill, .Mrs. J. M. Whclnii,
Mrs. Edgar Trout. MrB. Clarence L. Cole,
Mrs. Milton L. Alunsun, Mvu. C. F. Kent,
.Mrs. A. Lincoln Myers. Mirs Louella
Hubley, Mm. II. II. Donkyno, Mrs.
Chnrlos C. Ilnrrlnon, JII3S Kane and
Mrs. Kntheiino Worcester.
HELD. AS M UNDER SUSPECT
AmorteanlTnllont The making of aver
age Swedes. Itnltans, Icelanders, Span
lards nnd others Into men as near like us
nn h possible for men from other contin
ents to be. This In the theme nnd work set
before the National Conference on Im
migration and Americanization which will
stnrt .a two 'Jays' session In this city be
Colonel Theodore Ilonsevclt will be one
o the spenkers. He will tell why ,'t Is
reinetulously worth while to1 mnke for
elonerii Inln the Ideal tvne Ithe Ameri
can), provided the proper men are ruling
over the development of Hint type. Ho ;
will speak on "Fii-lni nnd Keimomi.! itc
paiedness for Peace and Unity" Thurs
The slognn of this speech will be "Fear
God rfnd Tnkc Your Own Part." The pre-
1 pnredness point that Colonel Itoonevelt
1 Will make Is undcrntonit to be decidedly
'mportint to the military prepaledncss
I mnvom"iii. and It In even Intimated that
I the standard bearer of the Piogrcsslve
party In the Inst national election will
make his speech the first trumpet blare
of hla (innpalgn. If he can t.e said to
hnvo a umtpalgn, us yet, In connection
with tlic national election less than 10
months from now.
So much Interest Is felt In whnt Colonel
llooacvctt tnny say on his most Importnnt
public appearance In this city since the
European wnr stinted Hint thousands of
applications for. seats In the Metropolitan
Opera Hoilre, where the big Thursday
night meeting will close the conference,
have been lecolved.
It will be llrst come first served for
those who want to go, and the nppllcntits
who aio sending In applications will bo
accommodated to the capacity of tho
building with little chance left for thero
being any left over nfter tomorrow or per
The conference will begin lit 4 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon with the opening of
an nrt exhibit ami tea nt Memorial Hall,
in Falrmount Park. Tho exhibit will
show the contribution of Immigrant races
to American nrt and also Mrs, Harry
Payne Whitney's prize competition on the
Immigrant In America, recently exhibited
In her otudlo In New York city. -"Americanization
Through Art" might
be the title of this pnrt of the confer
ence. Tho collection which will bo placed
on view hns been brought together In
Mrs. Whitney's studio In Xow York. It
ATTACKED DY GOLDMAN
Contlnnfil from Pnae One
manufacturer ns a coward, because he
stays at home and under the protection
of the Government makes money bv man
ufacturing material with which to blow
his fellow men to pieces. In this connec
tion she said with n dramatic expression.
"Is It less murderous to furnish muni
tions for the butchery of men than It Is t not strlko oftener."
loyalty was chenp clap-trap the kind of
tnlk thnt excites the nrtilnnry man of tho
street, without mnwng mm think. Wil
son, without a doubt, hns been nppronched
by the big Interests and he has found out
thai If he wants to bo President again
I that ho will simply have to bcllcvo In pre-
i tilt A1 Itrlta "
Miss Goldman says she la glad that the
women of the country are awakening to
the real truth of the preparedness cry
nnd that they arc now forming woman's
peace, party movements.
She denounced the press In general, de
claring that most of the papers are nlso
controlled by "the big Interests," adding:
She expressed satisfaction that the gar
ment workers of Philadelphia are on a
strike, although she Is not here In con
nection with the strike, but to mnke a
speech this evening at 7IS North Ilroad
street, when she speaks on tho subject,
"The Message of Anarchism."
"I nm glad to hear thnt the girls are
on a strike, ami I nope they win. Tho
wonder of It nil to me Is that they do
WHOLE FAMILY SLAIN,
Turks Kill Willinmsport Man's
Parents, Brothers and
WILLtAMSPOItT, Pa., Jan. lS.-Znrnh
Toroslnn, nn Armenian photographer
here, Is nil nlone In the world, for ho hns
Just received word that his whole family
back In the mother country has been
slaughtered by tho Turks for the sake
of their religion.
It was several yenrs ago that Znrah
came to America, his "land of promise,"
nnd settled In Willinmsport, where he
worked at his trade of photographer and
later opened a postcard gallery at 3M
Court street. Ho worked and saved, for
ho planned to return to his loved ones
back home. Then, the other day, nfter
months of nnxloUs walling, he received
the fearful news.
Zarah's father and mother, bin broth
ers and his grandparents all were slain
by Turkish soldiers In whoso hnnds they
had fallen. Thousands of Znrnh's fellow
townsmen were put to the sword or cru
elly tortured. A boyhood friend, who
escaped from the Turks Into a friendly
country, sent him the news. Others of
his frienda wiio survived th mas.ai,re,
the letter told, )iave been sedlteflrii U
all points of tho compass. - ,s
A sympathizer cal'.ert tb seo Zurah tot
day. "At night." he cried In broketf J5
Hsh, "all the llmo X sleep, tne sets moMi.
father, brothers md rec friends; toowwb
chlidrcn-nhl cut down, Ilka that! lhtt
wait," hft exclaimed, his eyes nshtn
and his shoulders trembling, 'wnltl tret
Armenia but moot Turkey when h has
no one to help her! Ah. then," and Ji
drew In his breath till his chest heaved
with tho exertion, "then kill we fight till
Turkey no more, no more!"
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Ogontz Police Probe Killing of 7-1-ycnr-old
John Hart, who gives his nddresi.s ns
South Ilcthlehcm and Phoenlxvlllo, Pa.,
Is being held nt the Ogontz police station,
accused of vagrancy, but hold ns a sus
pect In the murder case of Thomas Bar
rett,. 74 years old. found dead In a stnblo
at Souderton. Tho old man wns beaten
to dcatii with r. heavy bolt, with robje.
evidently ns the motive.
Hart Is held nt the request of Chief of
Police Lever, head of the Cheltenham
department, and District Attorney An
derson and Coroner McOlathory. Lever
has been detailed to the case and hns
taken ph itographs of tho blood-stained
linger prlnt3 which npprttred on tho wnlls
of .ho otnblc, where the dead man wns
found. An Inquest will bo held Thursdny,
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