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letrn tsai bb investigation,
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"pacrrTtHt" ef Wtttrnr i
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i feed faith of United States Dis-
fd spedsraHiitant1 United State?
rI Questioned the sincerity of Mr.
j(s,in the, matter yery early in, the
e," said Mr. walnnt;in an address
pre the City Club. ."Xnerer trusted
Rafter' he broke his nremlae."'
pthjV nremiseiras the one Mr. Wafr
n win Jir., celes fayetbat a special
bbejm.t wotiie e called te dif Inte
M c'.'rdenccrdaUn l jyilllam e'.
RSeiuiell, Tqrmerly 'prohibition dlrec
Wor Pennylvnnla i ,
,Teid te Sktotrach.Case
Walnut charted that. Mr. rvi..
if his superior,' asked him net te
ant before the regular Grand Jury
t tvidence'Wlngt . MrHnnnpii
?Cr;' Walnut -publiclyi presented six
aehs for the United SUtes At-
asyte answer if ha will. Ha nki
P.Mf. Odes s'awin XVashingten that
W-hlm te "lay .off" MeOnnnll TIa
W why Mr., Celes did net call 'the
Jclil Grand Jury aa premised.
V iAnner assitant address.'briat.
Hn with names and dates, raked the
entire rum scandal with a .ih.in.
Mt of facts. "
' Mr. .Walnut broadened his charaes
wyena tms city, declaring that At
!twny. Genera) Dauiherty himself "was
linf used te accomplish b dlsrepu-
w than 400 persons, representing
Wnally all walks of life, attended the
wacnepn. It was one of the largest
WMhtens ever held lrr the main dining
O. Many women were present. They
Ki i i "T1' wnen rr Walnut
ti iuirauucea. n t
'A former United Rft rtt.t a.
IMl l'-.-l " 7-C i"r,","r fv
Evn. " "w svsma, ana two
iv8!?11' .Mt cle te the speaker.
" auiane, Assisunt District
ihcj was sa aniaaiT - - u
v, .. r...
iZW et Wteut'a Statewent
jtavlew of the discussion of the Me-
XtsantThrr7 9Utjn.tt, I want
present the facta; aa I knew
ST. I WSlnilt 1n '
r!t?.pme three or four hnndrwi ..
iu anq walnut itrMri Ti,. .-ii
. tioe "y mote-craitri
GEORGE. Wi COLES
OMsted Federal assistant press. ,
cater; wka charges his superior
"aMetraekei" the probe against
William C. McDonnell, former dry
chief for Pennsylvania '
aruit iintiei. ij . ii..'r"v.. .?iw "
W.K ?.? ." Mftrkrt straets.
f. ae inat rim wiiiim. ,
J htaaecretary In
?hlladlnhia bfflce' H.
was chfif clerk of the
,Btat, Director' eftlbitSnTAl.
. Slater was hia accrata. i.
Ii-i.Vew,,.ay?n e th eflcts in
lphl,and Plttsburgh'lrt te the
Ml en October 14 of slater niicl
er in bi,iiiJ..i.. "ijiSI0F. n'!u
)iTih, Mcdbnnell was "SK3 1'"
ELK,11' control .was taken .ever by
"WftTKBoeJibrnder aad.ethera wcra
V.. e. McConnell subordinates
ttiJuSfc t0.,e(htp w," "a "the?
Wa.r'.v ?ha testimony affair :
.uat Henner had iBr.Zi .'2
f d Sitter acned
tnajs Twsafr. Cetesaa tw.
International Typographical Union
Plana Convention Durlne Fair
CongreBslenal aanctlen for the 8es-
qui-Gentennlar ceiebratlon'ef the .Dec
laration Of Independence' in Phllade-'
'ehlaVln 102O. was --ajkedyVPresident
Hardlngjlnse'ib Congress t'6-
Wnlttr' 'Ba'rr'ett.'ce'preaAt.' of
the International Typographical Union,'
tent word, te,, Mayer" Moere1 today ;tliat
local members of. the Unlett'areMn favor
Of having their, national convention held
nere in ivjh during tne wesqui-ucn-tennlal."
.Members et Council and ether of
flclalg made an Inspection , this' after
neon of the Fairmount Pnrk-Parkwrty
ezpeBiiipu sue. in ii i.u uua,.(iie
party made a'trlp along, the Schuylkill
te-vlew the properties en the banks
Which are te b condemned for use ns
part of the site.
MAYOR DROPS '"AMPTON'? '
Savea Time -and Energy by, Signing
Name Merely J. H.'MoeVe (
Mayer Moere has found a new way
te save time and labe'r. His signature
new IsJust plain J. H, Moere without
The Mayer is proud 'of' his middle
name, but, signing it' hundreds of times
every' day preyed tee great a-task, se be
decided te eliminate the six unnecessary
letters. - '
' City Statistician E, J. Cnttell is new
figuring the exact amount of minutes
and energy the Mayer wlll'save during
the remalningdays of his Admlniatra
thwu ,, , , .
DR0S RECALL OF SOLDIERS
Meuse 8trlkea Out Previsions In
'Army Appropriation Bill '
WaeMnttenr Mnrch24. (By A. P.
-vPiOTlslpns of the Army Appreprla-
uca iiiii. weicn weuia nave required
the withdrawal of 'certain regular army
iroepssirom unina, tiawan, tne ran
ama Canal Zene and Germany by July
1, were eliminated from the measure
today by the Heuse. .;
A motion te 1 strike 'out the sections
by Representative Rogers, Republican,
Massachusetts, was adopted by a viva
voce vote. t
Fermer Mann Mansion Burned
Jersey Shere, March 24. Flr today
destroyed the former Mann Mansion,
uea Mill Hall, new the property of
Themas Kelley, coal operator. The less
was 50,000. The home was one of the
finest in this section.
A3 tlelegatlen ef.',ttUiburih 'peliti
cians headed by Senater- -Max Xealie.
arrived in the citr teday'' and, con-
frary .tejall 'expectations," hey brought
wun inem awicaea waiien ier ine
gubernatorial i boom' 'of , Harry A
Mackey.,- t - .
Incidentally, theycenveyed author!
tatlve word from "the western end et
the SUte that Jehn A. Bell,' the, multi
millionaire, Will be a candidate in .the
primaries, for the. united States sen
ate against Majer? David A. Reed, the
Mellen-Oliver-Qrundy candidate. , . 1
But the thing that took the local
leaden off their feeVwhen they talked
with the .Plttsbursh- men in the Belle-
vue-Stratierd; was.thst.the westerners
did net warm up atjall when they Were
asked whB Kthey thoughts of. Mr.
Mackey.'', chairman of tha Workmen's
Compensation Beard, for-Governer, ,
.it ,nad neen generally supposed tnat
eecause ,ipe vare organisatien nad
agreed te support Bell te, succeed Sen Sen
aeor Crew, his Pittsburgh' friends
would turn In M Macker.Y the 'Vare
choice. But instead ' of giving 'leudJ
cheers for Mackey they began te talk
"harmony'.'' ' . '
in snort, tney manifested a- desire
te turn in for some one besides, Mackey,
Are Conferring With Vare
Senater -Leslie and his" friends, who
included former Mayers Babcock and
Armstrong,, of Pittsburgh : Edward Mc
Kenna, the delinquent tax' collector of
Pittsburgh, and State Representative
Geerge1' J. Schoed, are" conferring with
Governer Sproul and, Senater Vare.
.Their main object here' is te, push n
harmony program. They des't-expect
te get'very far with it. In' fact, Sena-,
ter Leslie and the ethers, it is under
stood, are resigned "te having an .open
primary. They believe- the time has
passed when a harmony plan can be put
ever. Just the same, they are talking
parmeny ana .Deeming narmeny- candi
The chief of their bar moo v selections
is Georte B. "'Alter. Attorney General
uudef "GoverndnSprenl andyi' friend. Of
Geerge 8. Oliver, one 'of the'MaTJenr,
uiiver-urunay auiance. , xne uoverner
nasl'e-baetf ayteras a- har
mony candidate. The Pittsburgh leaders
say that Alter will 'net run unless he
has tot Unless, his candidacy can hrlnr
Aiicr cuuiu ub pcraunuca 10 ran, ne
would head off the candldtcy of Jehn
S: Fisher, 'State banking' commissioner;
which is getting away te a running
tart- . , i. , -
Have Other ''Dark Horses", l
Other harmony selections in the Pitts
burgh' stable arc Judges Quigley, of
Center County and Keller, of Lancas
ter County. Net only in th Vlttn.
burghers talking harmony but they are
grooming dark horses. Alltef which' led
neiittcianb te 'remark once mere that
ibe situation was all snot terpieces.
' Senater Leslie, en his arrival, and
befqre meeting the Governer or .Senater
vare. started in en XV. Ham, T).ir
with his harmony program Baker h
' x Canttmita en Paw Tw. -Cslumn Thrw
Hern,, 29i,5 Tu;.
Hasifffimtien FeracBtt at Qutli-
K Declaration. Af 'attii'
HTICLE. I APPROVED , "
ON ROLLCALL, 74 TO 15
'Egotistical 'and Afnetlcar, '
. RV. DrCrMnATOri'
M. E. Conference
DATE-CHANGING PLAr. LOSr-S
The modern-TelleM man was brand'
ed as ? 'Jack. ass-tleal' by "Dr., Fran
cis .Green formerly professor of Eng
lish at the West Chester Nermal' Scheel
and new bead of Pennjngten Seminary,
in an address at tedayy session of the
135th., annual PblladeloblYCeBferenee
ei tne MetneMtt Episcopal Cnurch. The
conference i&elng bel(Wn'the Wharten
Memerial Church, 'at Fifty-fourth and
Catharine streets. V. v
Dr. uQreen spoke at the morning ser
sien en modern school .tendencies.
"8eme people are inclined tp beUeve
that the modern college matr-ia as ego
tistical fell6w," said Dr. Green. ' "J
bear ' otters 'complain that Be is. In
clined te be agnestical. .Te my aalad
both these diagnoses are wrong. The
modencellege man. Is neither egotisti
cal nor agnestical If J may coin it
word he is 'jack-ass-tlcal.' "
Dr. .Green spekn, of "the work being
done among the boys atr the Penning
ton Seminary. He declared that every
effort is made there te see te it that.
all tne students are real unristlsns.
Dr. J. H. Morgan, president of Dlclr-
insen College, another .college head, who
sneke at the niernlna conference, said
that at Ms college last year there were
merearaaRits in tne tneoiegicai school
than in any ether Methodist Institu
tion. Maryland Governer Praised' l
By resolution of the conference, a res
elutien of thanks .was telecranhed.te
the Governer of Maryland. In praise of
ms sturay stana- en tne enforcement of
tne liquor amendment, ,-..-
The Rev. Dr. Jehn G. TVllaen. dla
trict'isuperintendent, proposed that in
future the-enmisl 'conference be held in
AnrU instead of March. Th. W,?
given,'by( Dr? Wlsen itfas.that iC.Wenld
te attendlf the Xaster services Were
' . t '
BRITISH BASENAVY ON PACT
f v " 'i
Plan fop fierce of ,111,000 Depends
en Armt,Trttty e, K.
Londen, March 24.--Durinc the dls.
men and 1 beya, for the Royal .Navy in
ment today, Mr. Amery. Financialand
Parliamentary i Secretary te th. T !5
miralty, Ud thV reductfen.in person-"
pel were te be made en the nssumntlen
that the naval' treaty aigned at Wash
ington would be ratified, as he bdl!t.d
It would be. If by, any mllcnaneSil
ever, the treaty ou?dnet b,fe
becvgeB,0COUr'?' weuIdhave ?e
Uses Revolver en, Husband 'Atleep
at Heme In Abbotetewn
Yerk, P. March 24.(By A. P
Mrs.. Irwin Keagy, forty yaara m 'T
was te have beet i taken te a AS uiJhe
tedsy for treatSent efa rSeSlafd."1
rSnkement, early this meralETaftf S
lice. " nnreMa ccerdlng Te tfi pe.
The sheeting took place whii'a ,.
r5.,"2StU,?..!2: Kf residi
i,. ...iIj """ Kei
THER&SNO ARGUMENT NOW
IN THIS LIM'RICK EAMILY
Lawrence Cortright and His Wife Have Been Competing With
". )Pnea M fury sy Hes,the Winner
'. Competition friendly, te be sure,
but it's' tbere just the same, in the
Law r e n c e
Cor t r I I'll t,,
at 8015 Turner
street. Beth hb
and. hi, w fp , ITS
baye been .dally Kl
each sum that
bis or .her own.
would Win first.
at we like' thu
ladles, and like
te j stand up for
them, we car
ried news te
If hie VS
that the man of the heuse 4ad 'slinned
AM AVtSfS.rtn llla. AttlAlt l1e
r'rS.V'AZ 5.",,,Jii' A'"
natnrall mna .- ,
lows" ,np,"ea Mn'rick ! as fel-
IJiVriekNe.'at , '
There once was a feUaw namMi rm..
We sorts had a hunch, as we looked
t the coupon he sent in that he
wouldn't be home uetlllaUr in the ft?
ernoen. but we took a chance and went
up hopeful like and pushed th. dwr
When we discovered thtt the man
who came te the deer was, LawrSli
1113 ff vHuLflM 'P' meeting the
third, week1 et March wathe best. The
5"', wa I"!110', vote tndiit was
decided te' stick te- the existing inr-
rsngement.. , , -
-Tie Bevl ,Dr. Prank P. Parkin, sec
rctflry of the American Tlihi. h,:-,.-
ettertA a resolution .condemning efforts
vuc "J"11" etate legislature te
Inttttatle? " -Jnt !3fate
A resolution was breuht up by the
Rev. E. W. ,Rushton, 0f Wajrtfe, for
CenUnuaj ea Pae Tweaty. Column gfa
UPSETS.CANDLE AS SHE
READS EXCITING NOVEL
Girl Perusing Thrilling Leve,, Tale
eiarrs Fire in Her Heme
Miss Mary Sweeney's love of a thrill
Ing story brought the fire engines te her
home at the seuthe.-iit- mm,, t rn.
H.eithi5nd iWbartea Btreet t lo'declr
The young woman, h, in twenty
years M and pretty, m : ting up Tin
bed rendlnjr a thrll lug jaLvef love and
adventerey candlelight. As tkete
became mere intense Mary moved in
voluntarily as she sat up in-bed. The
candle, she says, was en a saucer (be-
Kiher' fnd A1 UDW' Uniting the
bedding and mattress. , ,
Mary -screamed, and her uncle,
Charles 8weeney, with whom she lives,
ran Inte the room. Mr. Sweeney took
In the situation at a lanr. an ui.
out hesitating or counting the risk te
himself, picked up the biasing mattress
and hurled It through the window, then
Little damaae was deni. n,i -,u
flames were extinguished quickly. Marv
escaped se much aa a scorching, and she
saved the novel from the flames.
DANISH PRINCE TO WED
Heir te Throne Reported Engaged" te
Cenenhazen. March 24 m a t
The . engagement of Grewn l'rhice
Frederick of Denmark te Prinn.a
S?i,..c,ae; dJLuAht el Prince
.yUv.e ui umcr, announced en
jUarcn e, came as a great surnrlse
here, even te King Ghrlstlsn and Queen
Alexandrine. Hew much se-, can be
juuscu .j uiu uci uiar. a supposed
fletYP ' the.PfOspecUye bride printed
In the DauWi newspapers, and nu nu
therised by, the Court Chamberlain
turned-out te be net that of Princess
t, uuv t aiiuuicr ureeK tnrineess.
. t seems te have been a case of le
0.'u 0. P. , Irracencilablai Jein
. 'liDwnecratlc Feet of Four- "
Power Pacific Pact
iUf Jt eiicttc. nnd tne, only,
Ransdell, Underwood and
. . IU. r a - "" -VTW
" ,",", wr m correttpendent has
been given te understand that the
Crown Prince proposed marriage the'
ntiend time he met Princess Olga at
Cannes. 1 he Prince la twanty-three
years old aud the Princess elghiteen.
COAL RATE INQUIRY BEGINS
I, C. C. te Determine Reasenablansss
, of Freights In Seuthweat"
Washington, March 24,(By A. P.)
An investigation has been lnstitiid
Dy .tne interstate vomreerce Coramls Ceramls
I .in. in-. tK r..i...i.i i . r r "
"; - -" iuivc5 et vurtuaiiv
all rites en coal in the Western neli
tlen of the United SUtes.
The commission said it desired te de
termine whether-the interstate rates en
coal from producing points in "Men"
Una, Wyoming, Colerado, New M.
ice and all States west thereof te dei.
tlnatiena In ether Sutes, and te Kl
Pese, Tex., are unreasonable, dlscrimi
inttery, prejudicial "or clhereE, te
.i',"0 i" '"? ,,0,,tte Commerce
Act" and te make such findings as may
be necewary te remove the SbJect en.
able differences. WUJCCU'
By Uia AmacIkImI Pm
Washington, March 24.--A long sue-
ve.v., v.. I'lujjvncu atnriiuuiuiiiQ mm
reservations te the Four-Power Pacific
Treaty were votcirdewn erie after an
other by the Senate tedsy as" it ap
proached a final" rellcall en ratification.
The first qunllfjlng declaration te be
defeated was en amendment bv Sens-
Wor Robinson, Democrat, Arkansas,
which, would have pledged the treaty
signatories against "any secret treaty,
Arrangement or understanding, with
any ether Power or Powers during
the life of this 'treaty."
Th? vote was 32 te 61. v Six Demo
cratic Senators Dial, Seuth Carolina;
Myers, Mentana'; Pomerene, Ohie;
Ransdell, LeuUlank; Underwood, Ala
bama, and Williams, Mississippi, -voted
against the amendment, and four Ite-V
Snbllcans Senators France, Maryland ;
ohnseii, Califernia: Ln Follette. Wis
consin, and Berah. Jdnhe, supported it.
Article I Approved'
Ne further amendments were offered
te Article I of the treaty and en n
rellcall the article was approved in
committee of the whole, Ji te 15. Op
position leaders said the division did
net represent the strength that would
be shown en final ratification, since
many Senators based their, opposition
en ether sections of the treaty.
These who voted against Article I
were Scnatere Aehurst, Aris. ; Culber
son, Texas; Gerry, R. J.; Harris, Gu.;
King. Utah; Reed. Missouri; Robinson,
Ark. ; Slrcppard, Texas ; Shields, Tenn. ;
Stanley, Ky., and Wutsen. Ga. Dem Dem
ocrats: and Berah,- Idaho; France,
Md.; Jehnsen, Calif., and La Follette,
Senater Robinson then' offered and the
Senate -rejected an amendment te Artl Artl
cle II pledging the signgterlcs agalntt
aaarcssien aenlnet any outside Power
and giving outside Powers the right te
sit iq conferences, affecting their inter -est.
The vote en this-amendment was
;m te (J. 'into only uepnpiicans snp snp
perting it were Senators Berah.-' France.
X. - L . '. : --'. " . '
Hitchcock Plan Defeated
An amendment; iy Senater Hitchcock.
Dmecrat, Nebraska, te make the Con
ference previsions of 'Article II apply
only te "unprovoked" aggre8lm also
The Hitchcock amendment was sup sup
nerted bv twenty-nine Senators 'and
opposed by slaty-three. The same four
Republican irreceucllables voted for it,
and Senators iireuesnru, lxmisiana;
Kendrick. AVyemlng; Myers. Mentana:
Owen, Oklahema: Pomerene; Ohie;
Ransdell, Louisiana; underwoed, Ala
bama, and Williams. Mississippi. Dem
ecrats, toted against it.
The Scuntc then voted down an
amendment by Scnnler Shields. Demo
crat. v Tennessee, stipulating that the
United States enters the four-Power
nrraneement "for the 'nole purpose of
aiding, by its friendly offices and efforts,
in removing friction and controversy,"
and with no intention of departing from
Us traditional policies.
On the Shields amendment the vote
was 13 te 73, v, 1th the four Republican
irrecencllables again standing alone In
supporting it an their side of the cham
ber. Democrats who opposed it were
Senater Brousard. Louisiana ; Culbcr Culbcr
sen.' Texas : Fletcher. Flerida : Glass.
Virginia; Harris, Georgia; Hitchcock,
Nebraska ; Kendrick. Wyoming ; Myers,
Mentana; On en, Oklahoma; Pomerene,
Ohie; Ransdell. Louisiana; Swanson,
Virginia; Underwood, Alabama; Hcflln,
CentfcsDtd en Tax Tnrntr, Column Teut
4 HURLED FROM SKIDDING
CAR; BABY GIRL IS KILLED
Camden-Mether Had Child In Arms,
Wte. ,Unhurt Little Bey Injured
Grape Schmitz, nine-months-old
daughter, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frcdericl:
Schmllz, 102C Niagara read. Camden,
was fatally injured last night in an
automobile accident en Colling's read,
Frederick Schmitz, his wife Daisy
and their two children, baby Grace and
Iter twelve-year-old brother, Frederick
Jr., were riding List evening when the
machine skidded and struck a tree,
throwing them out. The baby was in
her mother's arms. Beth wcre thrown
clear of the car.
Mrs. Schmlts tried te save the child
from injury, and perhaps, except for its
tender age, it would hnve escaped.
Frederick a head was gashed, aud the
batty was unconscious when the father
picked it up.
Beth children were rushed te Camden
Homeopathic Hospital, where the baby
died this morning. The boy will ie ie
cever. Mr. and Mrs. Schmlts were uninjured.
ONE 'PINT' COSTS ONE HOME
WrimekMfrT Based mxfrPif&Afit?.
folio of PUnand Tear-JudgeSUsinSen
. icnee in CM?? ried for Their Trangte$teri
v t'Afji'iAr I 1 :
:By SIR HALTi CAINK
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Greek Caettf,'JaUef Rita.
I hear v1th much interest thtt my
story 'The Master .ef Maa" Is te be
nubllshM serially -' la the EVErtme
Pettio LcDeiatB4 will accede very
cheerfully -te the reejMrf of the editor
tattI should say,, a 'few werda te bis
readers by way of explaining hew It
came, te be. written.
Ne' work of imagination' that is
worthy of the name, is built solely, or
even mainly, en facts trem life, but
few that bare the merit of reality bare
net been suggested 'te' their authors by
real events. la the case of "The Mas
ter of Man," there were at least two
series of events which suggested the
story as it la verltten, and I think it
may perhaps be eMnterest te Intending
readers te hear what they were.
A geed many' years age an advocate
(or solicitor) In the Isle of Man, of
brilliant natural sifts but by no means
of stainless character, seduced a young
girl under rather shameless circum
stances, and then, when the cense
quences of tbeir intercourse became
certain, caused her -te be married te a
man et inferior position. Of the sub
sequent happenings I can only give the
rersten of the few surviving friends' of
the, advecate1 and of general rumor and
report, claiming no aoseiute autnerity
for them, and trying te avoid such
details as might lead te painful and
perhaps unnecessary lJentificatlens.
When the child was born it, was only
ted- plainly apparent te the husband
that he could net- have been the father
of it, and thereupon his relations with
bis wife became serious and even tragic.
.REALISM,. as well as Remance
THB MASTER OF MAN, the
powerful story et a mutual trans trans
greeelert. By t.
SIB HALL CAINB who, in the ac ac
cempaaylnj article, analyses the
problem if literature, et the un
married rnetherf who murders her
babe and tells ef the actual catea
en which is based thia
FRANK AND GRIPPING story,
which -will' begin TOMORROW In
Evxxiire Pcni-ie Lkdekb
What recriminations ensued and what
knowledge of the true parentage was
revealed te the husband can be guessed
by the result. The child was found
drowned in a pond, and its identifica
tion was established. Suspicion fell
upon the husband, and he fled from the
island; but it is significant that no in
quest was held upon the ledy of the
child, and therein lay the first et the
facts which connected the advocate with
Between his betrayal of the girl and
the drowning of her child he had-been
appointed by the Crown TO- the efice
of Deemster or Judge (the hlzheat efice
in the island) and therefore, te these
who bad knowledge of his offense, hut
position was seen te be one 'of the
utmost peril. If the murderer of the
child were Brought te trial what would
happen te the Judge? '
- And new I come te merely plausible
conjecture en the development of the
Ceaeueea en Pas XI toss. Celaam One
. CHARGES BOfJZE BOUOHt'eF MAN KILLED WIFE
Ierne,! Cherry, 074 North Thirteenth street, was held tedny In
$2000 bail en the iharge of "illegally selling and possessing
liquor." Herbert Gostigan, 631 Nertli Twelfth street, ,said liqqer
pnrchaaed'frem Cherry caused the death 'of. his -wife.
SUICIDE'S MOTHER ON STEAMER IN COLLISION
The mother of Pauline VIrginit Clark, the pretty Bosten
model -who died of poison last week, it one of the ptitengera en the
United Frutt Company teamahip Jfntapan, which was Inua col
lision today with the' thpener cl&riettiL. Bean. The Xatana
.carries elghty-eni,patwngri.' " H-
NVja-awwrrb ' Kywi'AHvT -l -. v
- AIK WILL HELE PEACE HARDING SAYS
The Sesqui-Ccntennlal "will emphasize the advantages of peace
ful arid friendly 'Ineixeurse and remind, all .mankind' that its
greater achievements are nleng the ways 'efpcace," President
Harding said this afternoon in aeking Congress te sanction the fair.
Mi AND 4 SONS
SLAIN IN BELFAST
Uniformed Raiders Enter Heme,
Awaken Sleepers and
ONE BROTHER ESCAPES
Printer Can' New Visit Heuse Only
'Once, and Then With Police
If Tlmethy.Dinecn, a printer, returnHJ
te his home at 70S North Eighth street!
te gather together his belongings be be bo
fero going forth nlone in the, world, hq
must be accompanied by two patrol
men. That was one of the conditions en
which he was discharged today by Mag
Dlnecn was arrested Sunday charged
with going borne drunk, .kicking eyer
the Ntove and setting 'the house en fire,
He explained that his wife had given
him some money nnd he had purchased
Mrs. Dinecn testified she 'gav him
20. with the understanding that ha
.a i himtinir tva taraiMa-ja.i 4is -r . "r ,.-,-,. ."iwa,M. tJ i nuuia ku anaT auiii ncrir rriirti
gWHnPfc'Mflsnffla ! LEff, Ja2!& ?'! AaatAUtrate Ceward agreed te set D81 , ,
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'ixj J . wissMeu uf ..tL j . v ,,b i,. 'j'- : Jim-kmi a mcsma-w - ' z r -7- -t. nw?'wH
By the Associated Pre
Belfast, March 24. A hand of men
forced their way into the home of Owen
MncMahen, a saloonkeeper, early this
morning and shot seven members of
the family. News of the raid has
stirred tne city.
MacMahen nnd three of his sons were
Killed outright, another son died of hi
eunds, and two ethers are near death.
The crlme, is thought te have been in
reprisal for the sheeting of a number
et special constables In May street yes
terday. At about 1:20 o'clock the raiders,
who are reported te have worn uni
forms, smashed the deer of the Mac Mac
Maeon home in the nertr, end qf the
city, and rushed upstairs where occu
pants of the house were sleeping. The
male members of the family were taken
down te the living toein. lined up
against the wall nnd riddled with
Seven Lying en the Fleer
Mrs, MacMahen nnd lipr tlnitshter
rushed down te the living room when
the attackers departed and found the
seven lying ou the fleer In peels of
bleed, three of the bodies In a heap.
Anether son who was ordered Inte the
room escaped Injury by throwing him
self under a lounge. Twe shots were
fired at him. An ambulance nttendant
collapsed nfter helping carry the bodies
Inte the hospital, although hardened
with 'cneset bloodshed.
The son who crawled under the lounge
was a slx-year-eld phfld. who had been
token from his bed nt the same time us
the ether members of the family. Mrs.
McMahon pleaded tearfully but In vain
with the assassins' te spare the family.
Then she screamed from the window te
a nursing home adjoining te summon
help. The MeMahens arc Catholics.
Jeseph Campbell, n UclfiiKt city ofll efll
tlal. w.; shot and killed by a sniper
in Newlodge read this afternoon.
A six-hour riinnlllr'fisht nceiirrpri he.
tw-een Ulster special censtnhlcs and Sinn
rewers in tne vicinity or Cnrrlckmere,
County Tvtenc. Mhnlni- Th i.f.
Jng 8arted when fifty of the police, in
iwe meter lorries, were ambushed out
side the town, The ambushing party
was concealed behind a gorse bank ou
the roadside and opened fire nt n dis
tance of 1000 yards,
Gunmen Retread Acress Hilts
The police immediately Jumped out of
tucic cat auu engaged tne attacking
CaUanat, yf twi. Column !
bdusg xe mt vaun
ins. Sra vw SO. .tctv.-
R. R. GAINS SHOW
H SB I J-
m ran b
II ti II UWI V, ffBBB; i
is w fnw'aliBBsv' tVa bsbssI
f f a VJIRJ
Warninr That AHana Ara Ai
inr for BHumhwiiiMrikUj::
Snira AirthererU. ,'A'
wr, '7'v -: J&i'Vi '
OF SOVIET 4HD I. wlBl
Say Thatt Organfratiena Hifflm
Sant Notiett te'JrVtiWf J
' Parwayivarrla FJaida Wm'.
Hff-LE OWNERS SP0TT$M
Stata Polie and CaurrtVl
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By GEOKGE NOX MeCAIN -Pttnnrth,
March 24.Ths an
nouncement f Attorney Gaaata
Dangherty, that the Federal Gfevara--
ment: will nnr i..,. t., .. 7-.
vent coal production during the 'rnpM
PTeachinr nttlentl ceal'ttrik. WnVVJ
consequent upon persistent Knarta thai:
the miners were arming in various part
of the bituminous fields. "" 'f
These reports were carried te nttr
risburg and as a result iavastifnttea
have been instituted by the SUfVpelle.
as v,ell as by county.autherklea in the
district Indicated. '
It has been alleged that in Pennsyl
vania there had been some purchases ef
arms. That weapons in seme cases tra
in the hand of aliens who are nra
hibited from carrying arms, but tfcena
Infractions of the law are comparatively
few. ' . O
Wherever the 'discovery hsa 'stn!.
mada-that riles.' and these an at
weapons referred te becans fknr '. '1',rl"'il
be purchased at a low price, hay Btanftw&S
brought into a dlttrlct, the evratra H
uvq ueen spouse. - ,"i
. .-... , .; .'AtMi
er rriestianai Atitatars . feiSTR'
-4 . - . - .' ' j Jf
OoaVeperators sayHhit they itiWm'Jm
hlfft.fijHmtffiS' thaathef S
of orefetsienal aaitaters wh0 ar.':iT:,a
129,000 Mere Freight Cars
Used in Week Than in Same
Period of 1921
ADVANCE IS SUBSTANTIAL
By CLINTON W. GILBERT
Staff Corrrapendent Krrnlnr PniCii. tj
ceht. J9S1, iu PuUie Leiletr Cempanv
..iiifii4,n, .unrcii -. Heal indica
tions of the improvement of business
are te be found in tht reports of f.i,i,f
tarried by the railroads just compiled
by the Interstate Commerce Commis-sien.
i Hie first substantial sign of
proepects. Most of what ha ! theritles
preceded has been of the "let ns en-
courage ourselves" sort and I have re
frained , from writing it, leaving psy
chology te take care of itself as It Is
abundnntly erganised te de.
But when ou have statistics show shew
ing 129,000 mere freight cars in use
during the tenth week of the quarter
'Just ending than in the corrpsnending
week of last year thore is a specific
something te be cheerful about.
These who watch business signs down
here say-that the two best indications
of business conditions are the movement
of freight cars and the volume of nd
vcrtlslng In The Saturday Evening
Test. Any one can utmlv thin .!....
tiding index nt the cost of five cents. 1 "'''" appliar
Records of freight cars are kept by the fluckf1,' tIink
Means People Are Buying
The movement of freight inenns that
people ere buying or that storekeepers
believe they arc about te buy.SbeIve3
of retailers which have net T been T well
stocked are beginning te be filled. Job Jeb
bers are ordering by carload lets and
rials" "rS afe precurin "w niate.
Of ceui-se. some allowance must be
madp for increased orders for coal due
te tllO fear thllt thn rmnlnr- .,;i ...ill
cram,, the Industries of the ceiinirj.
Mmh mero cejbI than iu.i.i i,. i.''!
inpve.1 In the last few weeks by hose
that may be coming. v '
Hut coal moves in carload lets and
here arc figures of shipments in less
than carload lets. In the fir, week
of th s year aeOO mere cars w"r used
n shipping less than carload ietk than
in the corresnemllnv rub f i... """
Tliat was only a b"eg nninr. ' ""'
tfera that point en there was n
"-" " wv. Calassn Vur
terests of the I, W. W. and the "Baa-
sitrt Soviet. ,,, A
I bare talked v several aitW
largest bituminous operators Inrhe
Pennsylvania .district and they t'atnre.'
that tlready notices and waralalga
emanating from the I. W. W, hav
been posted along the Toughleghenr
and Upper Monongahela Rivers.
They de nets anticipate any immedi
ate trouble, but if it does come ulti
mately they wfU attribute it te tha
Soviet and Communistic element.
A peculiar condition exists in th
Pittsburgh and Central Pennsylvania
fields. There are a number of non
union mines operating, and these will
be depended upon te supply the bastV
Industries. ' '
Willing te See General . Strike
These operators are perfectly will
ing te see a general strike for the"jr
mines will net be affected and they
will have the entire bituminous mar-
ivv:i. ai incir teet. .
In view of this the union miners -.ti
adjacent mines have a hatred for the
non-union teller, and in this,' coupled
lth I. W. W. sctlvltles the operator,
profess te see the germs of future
The Soviet, idea seems te be a fixed.
conception In the minds of some eper,
aters. That, and the report of Im
ported arms, in therefore the secret e
the representations te Attorney Gen
eral Dougherty upon which be based
nis declaration concerning mine strik
Inquiry at Harrlsburg has elicited
the Information that the same report
have been transmitted te the State an -
xiH-y organ uniting in aa
seen as talk of a general coal strike be
. I.vestJfQt!nVvere .hereupon insti
tuted. Sheriffs from the various coun
ties In the State where coal mining is
prosecuted were called te Harrlsburr
for conference. As a result ways .and
means te avoid trouble, or te meet te
If It is forced upon the peace authori
ties, were carefully considered.
flcsttea en mm aiaad teisE?' e,4f"
Police Power Well Equipped
The police power of the State was
never se well equipped te meet any such
contingencies. ' v
Kvcr since the clew of the World
Anr a system of relief and protection
unequaled In the history of the Com
monwealth has been erganised by Ad.
jutanf General Frank D. Beary.
nat Hieres et toen, medicines, sur-
I. .fit aitn .tin.. . a.., ' T1"-
'""i nw, toeie, jnoter jneter
k. arms ami flmtnnHtiiaB
have been collected in depots ever the
eiuiu i-cnujr ier immediate requisition.
It has been intimated that the source
of much of this agitation about pros pres
pective trouble, and an Invasion of alien
anarchists aud I. W. W. incendiaries
has emanated from seurcea close te
certain coal operators who are deter
mined te break away from the control
of the miners union.
TiicreiH no visible basis, aa yet, far
riy such nssumntlen. Tha riiri-
fctill In the Immediate future, and avaata
any sucii assumption. The strlkata
u in mt imiiicuiuis luiurr. sua mrtmtu
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CantlniMd an Pan T. r- 'S tWi
. . ., ,, I W4 tfiM
man! law tee htrth ,
Fer the uetuan in the ctttt
The Master of Man;
Sir Hall Call rT VW
gees back te the Isle ef Maa iar'Iks
the scenes and persona of tali aan m-tl'Jb
spoken, fnd sewaUeaal 'WtMW,
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