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10 LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, -MAY 'e, 1922 ' J- . " ' ''f '
DOWNTOWN SCHOOL CHILDREN IN PAGEANT
f Charged te State
, r i
from race Oee
ttncbed te the tenor t made te Mr.
i Story of "Check Ne. 1"
Ihtck Ne. 1 Ih ttrpHiinmlilv rrrnrilnl
-December 8. 102(1. en the 'mined-
un cnnli book.' et the Stntc Ircns-
r.Mn the mneunt of S2SO.000. Ne
tedn number Ih Riven In tills entry.
S."Chcck Ne. !l Im iircMiuinlily recorded
f.Deeembcr le, 11)20, In the same rec-
rjflr-WrilJln the nmeunt of yjHa.ms.ni. Ne
&Ek?i4VT"lS2. "'"""".. """ :."." v ..'
RwMi"Bw "Tlie net Ulflercnen -between tlie en
IvyVitrfei nbove referred te nnd the cheeks
'ilA,i $28,000. Itutli checks were lu
SjKjwslted lnthe respective dates upon
(i'yklch they were recorded ns having
Sn'Thls difference of S28.000 Is pre-
MMDly taKcn upon me cneii reeerus
rf meter nimii receipts entered in trie
cejianceus cnsii doek umier tnc
i above mentioned, but net (lenesil-
te the credit of tlic Commonwealth
. IhMA flrttrtu." rl1ipn frillnu n Hprteg
It if lr ""tries omen ueeeineer nnu in.
ri$&Vita tne netntlnn meter receipts of
Fv-tCiMfhteen different dns between No Ne
iWKa&t."'"' " n"d December 1, the iiRgre-
lp'"i ' Boek Entries JtiRBleil
lf'iiThe report centinues: "On January
v fl, lViii, nt page ;rj in tne mt.eei-
-.! Janeeus ensli lioeir meter license fees
re entered mid earmnrked en said tec
rd as the.se of Deccmlier 1, ISi-'O, In
V, f.uwu.,lp '. ObI-iIHh. tint-. n 1 .mil, .nit , -11
mrtiin, nt vw iiiiii rtiitu mil until tii ....
p. !? n" book entries are concerned
, ealnnee.s of the
elieclis of ,-00,-
'and $300,'J 18.51
" It'll Mnttfa.1 nHADlt
fl uuk a'vattjvil arruiia
On January (I, 11)21, deposits were
Sftde of this amount In the Me.cTiunlcs
Xrut tempany, Ilarrlsburg, iw shown stanch Kepulillcau of Seuth I'hllndcl
lii deposit du)lic.ite book, 1'nge 1)2. Tliell'hln, suppeited by Senater Vnre and
items covered by this deposit were net, ! his brother, was a candidate for (lover (lever
however, recorded as hewilg been iv- nor of I'eniisjivania. A stieng attempt
fcclvedf until January IS, 1021. See ' was made te defeat Stuart ter Cov- '
PflffC 21711 of till "llllsi'iIliitiiiis rni.li ' tirriiir liv iknini. ..f tint unim, r.,f...w , hlnl. '
book" Items 1 lltlll illtr Sl'JI .lll!li .Vt nml.tn-i, tin,'.- iii,..i.tli, l 711. ...1... i I.... I
netarial gross receipts en the same page
f $21). ftO, as welLns Items en "corpe-
J . . . --" -, -.
Las Items en 'Vome-
l I i 2, lUH" ", 0,r'- lnK'" h,"ish the effenderKv and the people took
lllll. Sll .llnr.ll.ttl, in .. ClflMV) OT ,,.... ... . fc
i , , .. ., .
-..,..., .....,...,.. ., u. .;,r,t..., vtii
aiumry je, ji. c iccks were i eneltei
A . L., ... mm . " . .
IIIIIOUIH OI -l.'.l9i.il,. VIIC I
. . .. '
uary 21). 11121, In the "miscellaneous
"V..IVIVU in iiiiii iaii i cr riir (mi
eh book" Ne. l.d. I'am. JO.'i. nml
tcorpenitlon cash book" Ne. 2!). Page
n, 'Ihe difference of ?12..'10 probably
presents the deposit of cash or items
rhtch we were unable te match.
Ihe check recorded as received from
Se United .States On eminent for aid '
State leads en nrnfrrt IK! in "mU. i
riianeeus ensn nook ' .Ne. l.il. naire
41). en Fcijrunrv S. 11)21. nf S'JT .
174.71 was deiNsltnil en .Tnniinpv "ii
1021, mlFcellaueetis items were also do de do
elted this day, amounting te S.'12.!in
elng the difference between the amount
lepeslted in advance of recorded re
lelnt en Jnnunrv IS 1iiil il S'7 .
fS7.70 and S27i474.71.
"On February 8. 11)21, two cheeks
from the I'llited States Cert'i-mnmif
Jtfreitatinjr S27.2n4.:il. fecpflu.r with
jajli items, were deposited. The checks
"- "ln I
kTuftrfeJved bv the State Treasurer en Feb-
lftj ' P"fT. -"i'' 1V-1' ln miscellaneous cash
y-t . -w, 1-..RU -,,.
I KHpr.qt Kllnila IiivaIi-.iI
, P ."On Februnrv in. 1f)21. nhn, rm
pJ,4mi.:!4 from the t'nited States
rrewurer fe- Federal nid te State read
HTOlect Xe. 1.?. mill imi.iI! nf STII7 (T ,.oe
m. 'tepeslted ln lieu of the recorded receipt
Mi ttt f27,2U4.:il deneslted en February 8,
Km C1D21. The check of $20,4f)(i.:)4 Is effi-
Avttalljr recorded a, received en March
rt"On .Atnreh IT inei ,. ,,.
ftem the I'nlted States Government ag-
crnatlni- 8!Ni : en ,.- ,i !.J?i
Wliicn were official! v recorded uh received
en April 23. 1021. In 'miscellaneous
cash book," pagj l.
'On nrii " iiim ,. i , .
klift i , 'fT. ,?, r..; ,'.10, l'UU, d-,
j.v... ,.. ,,n- A unmiL-iiMim arinniii
.., i-.-'ie-. J "'V""11 UOOK- "KSre- ,var leaders into fearful erts te "de- l"",ml "' ' """ " "a" ms"n- i at "cr ,swm
?" S"i.L. .,P.rv ' ,v,m' recorded n? lver" t.erlnl mbe:. 0r voters te The little weather-beaten farmhouse I taste; she w
.. Vi. V4 t.YiV". "" '" " 1!'-1. .'" the hall, as was the ease when the with the twinklin nnnes of Hmss i,n,i , ".' "r'.lK '".
T Unnitfwi fiiiu i,.,. iV. Vi i . ar Mimeu imp -uer rnny nt muepern , m. mu lit km- a i.ncii of rc-t Sln nnd V i . ""V"V
W auv 1 . J Fll . I iTlinr likniu u nru nit. i" . i i.i tt. ii . . i . . - " -" tliiil In- n hum
v n.l was. credited te the 'State read ,. " V "fi" " ".Ll'l IV" t. " c""l"l!Z ll, , mT i, . ' 'T. ., , i li . "' '. ' "Alice! ,
, , lunu. Wlllcll. With fie ii invu ,, nin- .1 iiiiii nn- nuui can in- iuii. in 1111; i- " " .....i uv... in. -.. . . . . ,..
-f $25.8! r 3S e tu Is the , T ' Vares and the ether contractors right f tin ihnusted. it -wrack, d weiker. wl , ,, , '. LI
Uf erred t as ,! S ta ,n 1 I-" ' I'lillnik-lpliln. Vine leaders huxe bTi-n , ' 1 she ever forget the first morn-' .....V1 , Lat'.r
W llttl7ofVr"(r,Iea ' l-renally urged by Seiuter Vnre te roll "B ,li-n she had . uten her breakfast 'm f. A"
1 T'antiUA the detail of the de- I ''V AP' VM.n, vote for " t lie ;m -ceiled -;l!ew k,che,, from tJlln.J
,r posit slip en pasc :s above referred . ?"" ' V , "'?... .u.r?l V nt ,", '"?...; .. .1 ' - " . 7. 1 '.L:., ... ,.n" '" V.. .' 1 "What's t
,tt W prcbcntert. together with references .IT: ."'",. u'"r;"1..1"1;. ." 1 i"""1 ., V ""'.'. ,.',''. " when he saw
M te the enshboeks in whieli said cheeks
(Ha nrenmi ami xue designation given
; ittiH in neest 1111
J. ''.Raviin j.iI.i.m ii.a...k....Aii .
W e-" ." iiiiuiiiriiiM are innue
rrtf Where certain sums between ".(1.(101)
?'- . flnd ii.dOll iir.neiii k-inwi .l.inil..l ....
' " -ii.i... ."'., "., V'1" . ""
! .,,.!, mi,, n nun rvcerueii irem two te
srec wccks niter.
xne, section of the report concludes;
"-"Te lllustrnte the situation as at the
MOM Of Anrll .'0. 1!l"1 ,.!,,., fc .,,.,...
Sating ?2."i,S!l."j..'!15 had gene Inte lm.
tlepositeriea of the ('oniiuenwealth and
ittnmrised a nnrt of H. ,.ti. 1, ,1.........
ijWwhIch were turned ever te tile new
IS treasurer, but which were net a counted
rtfi let as hnvlnir I.e.... i-,.i.i,-.i ..
't rds of the Trensuiy Department prier,?0 i . . . et ""!. lm,.,naut h,t;"P
nl A Ati tiit -....- v !' - Ifii.l.i,.,. I.iil In kit.. Itin .l ru 11m lit. 1-1
v. 10 iniri mi. r.r-i.
V .i"In new nf 1I1.. r..r n,. ini... .
. .-.? .. -: '. " ' "'i ""- i-
iHCntti litwl 4.1 1... ..I I-..- .1 ..
:, ,v.'" .-.' 11- i-v (.11111 mi- iiiesu various
tTiiV4,ltmH tile said Items were lecer.led en
fcif the books and records of the new t:e,is.
Kjf uyer us ainving eeen recetveii en .Mm
& !l nl 1". H'-l. ns shown in Schedule
tje t A, nltheilgli the funds repiesented theie
& by had been nctuully deposited te th.
r , credit of the old treasurer in Apill,
, :.Mr. Kephnrt Inn night sent a letter
!. ,te the Governer asking that the S.'nte
fe24 Banking Department be directed te make
RAf, nn audit of the Treasury during his
yyterm In conjunction with accountants
jfcfftejbe named by his bondsman.
PROBE IN FUTURE
iJrV, , Premise
that he will presicuie,
any Mate etiicini who
iv-i femmrrpil nnv irim in nilwilii'tniiin tim.
lvi office and stint n leglslathe linesti-
B,T.!P ." ,u "sciTiaiii ine incis was mane
tsgwHiiiv rtiierni'y iienerui iViier, sueuiil
HifPftvhe elected (!oenior.
Ir. Alter, candidate for the Kepuh-
gubernatorial nomlnntlen. mn.le
iStntenient today through the lie-
"Hr viiiiiiniiKii niiiiiiiiiec in reu
.Weharges of Auditor General Lewis
.,- 1.... , ,...-...! ,
Mrrat figures In the State TmnsiirerV
&-(lLf l llMMlHlnent In feittiln .ltitn .!.. n.. ...-. '
H,nVw- ' "- "' I'..'"... I.,."" Ml. ..Hi ,,,-
W. irltVrinmmw in menti-illr. n.ltli .tl... lt....n
hi. W. ,thfl nmi. ilntes.
KVvf 'Tiw. .:; ..
:i iujeriinu is reiiernred unit .Mr.
vvA,'1 Alter lins einrii"eil IMivnr.t J. Vnv. if .
- . -.-.--.-..
niiiii, ii mi hut .iiisuce et tne Ml-
MS rmlpt ll llllllll .111 .111 iiullirnlli...
jj, Jr-T" x-i.ii.il in .i.tiiii ..i, n i i--i iK-iiii'il
rrwafillU inuttcrK refcrn-d te lu the riven t
i i TMUtfr nf ftf'iwmntfitita iniitilniml lit ATh
h7tSL.I .Aunf.lltt ...!(:.. ,.'t .. ulr.il.
I M&'Mr. Alter has acted with celerity
'. VS?HJv Judgment in tills matter, shnwinc
hw. and fearless purpose te see that
icim wrong ceininlttc.l ngalnst the
inwpiltli or l'ennslvnnla siiiill
iiiineerthcd and net promptly
her the- injection, of the sub-
ilnte the nresent pellticnl
gFT,!, IJUIIillHI 7l-
i 'mmmPL. tur ct
Hra2feaiiiBHv' mvl -v' 'tuffi$$i&M
the facts beend )erndvanture and will
iclentlessly pufsue the nernetrnters of
"If it takes a legislative investiga
tion te reveal the facts, all of which
the people of Pemisjlvanln s'lelili!
i it., it... ...in i...
iiim, .hi-, iinur win urgu uieii nil'
Legislature, when he is Coierner, such,
I "In u previous campaign some jcais'
age, when giaft had been alleged In
connection with the bulldlni: of the
.State Capitel. Hdulii S. Stuart, in
NlllltiriPtllin. fi 7l,inti.il lint
Stimrt tnlil tlm iwnn1i ln fiui1il
'imv., tin, tunttm. it,vitti.t.it.i.i ...i.i .... .
i ' ...v ....l.. . .iiii.--,... ,., ..in. in. i,- i
in nt mis unril.
. ".. r .mti.., l.' An i....
" tl' . l.it-i ll-
Innitiiiiit.i iiiiii. intl.. ..,,.1
inl,l.ll,v 1 IIIJIIIIIIIV, tllll
he will have the matter imestlimteil
and de his duty with fidelity nnd vigor
und without fenr or fnver."
Seme One Get That
Cash, Pinchot Says
entlnuril from 1'aBP One '
te an unnecessary handicap upon these
who are unable te de se and an tin -
necessary imposition en these who sup
ply the money even when used for
legitimate purposes, ,
"Seme States have laws which limit
expenditures. As (iovemer 1 propose '
te de ever; tiling that In me lies te1
reduce and limit 'legitimate election ex- I
penses te the very lowest point and pre
vent tne illegitimate use of money
Mr. I'iiiehnt will address two gath
erings tonight in Seuth I'hl'adelp'iln.
the home grounds of the Vureltes. The
night meetings will be ut St. AleysiiiV
Hall. Twenty -sixth und Tnsker stieits.
under the auspices of the Penrose Re
publican Club of the Twenty -sixth
U'nrd, and at the Oljmpla A. A.
Virtually all of the lenuilniler of ihe
week will be dcwitcd bj the Fei ester te
Philadelphia. Tomorrow he wl I go te
Scrnnten. but " ": for Tliurs-
" . L ""UJ '.,lm '""""
-1-" crowning event in tile t'incliet
campaign in this city will be a big
" '"wtlng at the Acndemv of Music
Friday night which will be in charge
I of 1)r; 111,l,' "rnper Lewis, who was
i ?,ne of , lc clesc n,-s"cl:ltt'.s of Colonel
' Plncliet managers eTjieet te mere
'than (ill the Acedemv of Music without
.trflillurr .,.. ,.... i ,,..
i ut viiwiiih nt- v.111 inni n
But the ghost of failure is already
"talking about the Vure cninp. In the
beginning are lenders cenlulentlv rel'e.
wiili majorities as '.'uO.OOD and 1.-.0.UU0
for Alter in Philadelphia en the tips of
their tongues. There was nothing te it. ,
"I'liiiaiieipiun win give -iier siien -i
staggering majerltv." n-.verted Vnre
leaders, -tnnt I'liienet will woneer 11
he was limning at all in this cit."
.tun, newever, ineie is n uiuerriii
' t-tery en nil me. Pinchot Ka.lers have
f"l"l(1 out for tlieiiiseUe that their
candidate is runnmr gtiyly before a
I !'!Uerln" !a.n'i!.r A,ul V'."'" leaders no
10"K,'l' ,nll: ,": lUe majorities, i ney
are prinliig for sime "reipertablc in.i-
.-....... ..-..., ... -. . ..... .....
able te deliver
te deliver mure than i.i.Oikl ma-
jerit, and a majerit of 100.000, which
is. from ."0,000 te 100,0(10 fewer than
was eriginall pmlkted, would be one
of these driams uime tiuc.
Chester Veteran Dies Suddenly
Chester. Ma !. t'ellnps'.ns at the
Park Hetel while talking te some
friends, Vincent Curr thlr'-twe
yenis, an ex-servi.e man, later
found dead in a rear room.
Te Enter Movies
Kmiei t Itcrbui
luiDY CVNTIHA MOSKLY
One of England's most beautiful
isslal leaders will seen appear lna
.rrra..': .m:v "" ,
ty is daughter '
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vuie 111 me lest 01 ine niaie. ,.i..i. miu i.-Uulii u-mri i ., .
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HIV'-Or IsH '
Srlinl.irs of the Edgar Allan Pee
Scheel, Twenty-second ami Itltncr
streets. gUc musical presr.im. In
the dell gieup are Frances Delil,
(craldlne Law son, Miriam Hob Heb Hob
insen and Naemla Hriinde. The
dancer is Ida Laubrr
The Daily Novelette
By Jcstie Douglas
was n huddled little heap in the
dim coiner. She hud cried until slie
could cry no mere, and even her fac
M'emel te smart from these .scalding,
Soen she Would have te get up nnd
meet the world again, nnd the .sobbed
as she thought of it. Life lay ahiad
of Alice Trowbridge like a long pas
sage with neither window nor light te
make it bearable.
She went eer te the window Hint
and kiw that the (ay was djlng. a
faint yellowing mist hung ver ihe
loefs of the great city and rifts of i
leiuls wre daikeiiing te
. I, 1...1. .1 1 , t (i '
As s. Uelt there she could see quite
She anil "Aunt Martini as she had
tome l c.ill her had fallen d"ep Inte'
talk , had found t'lemsclves kindred
hnuls- ",l." '""i-'"';"n mc unties of t he
,1'-'- l"t", nml hud made, befeie the '
W'';I "n" "" Krt'llt bntcl1 "f yellow j
hid laughed at the iintic-i of the
'": ; j.
il"'l ,'" "'"je man n tight nice ,
.'. .i....i .uurn.u nun suu uu-
...... iu.ii .i mi in-au ;...
nn.i irieii; .My imlepenilence for me! thiiiK matters, when I hnve you!"
h, tlieie's nothing like It! A i.ij She was staring nt him unbcllcv
litt e flat und enough friends and books , Ingly, and then she put her hands ever
and pletnies and llewers, what mere , her face. The letter, the letter it
could one wnntV" 1 liad meant only this!
Aunt Martha had only looked at her
ri lit new. het nlf till inn i
get Intn sour thirties an. I nur for.
Tliutiis! Alice hud turned her head " te her, that her dream was still mis(jlen 't;em Cardinal Gaspnrri. papal
nw.u -pil.kl.v u hide the flush that ll,,rs "d that greater than any dream . sCci0tery of State. He bore a incm
buiiiPd her cheeks. She had reached "aa rcnl"y- erunduin from the Hely See te the Cen-
thes,. nKj tlili tics new, and although
she wii, ijiilie willing te Mm where
she was, ,. didn't want te go an far
ther l'ert ! I'gh !
'I'll.' had both started os some one
tramped a. ress the kitchen fleer and
Alice had turned tu see n young man
drop n knapsack en the health and take
Aunt M.irthii into his arms.
"Been trnmplng down through the
Berkshire-," he had explained,. "nnd if
ou nin tul:e in u tramp for a few
lake in a trainn? Suddenlv
house was full of laughter and sunshine
1 the smell of delicious thing-. Ner- '
ninn I in ler came and wuiti smoking ai
neked old pipe, tcising them both in-
dlw rimln.iti-ly. and praising Aunt
i Mi)r'!'i'' cooking.
i wit ii il- uiiyiiiiug iihe eiir mile-i
berry pancakes in 111 life," he would i
I sii, patting her arm. "And this
I Alice would laugh nnd flush when
she htul made the dike.
In the eu'iiings he would shoe Aunt
Maltha cut of the kitchen and. making
a great show of tlng nil apron mound
his waist, he and Alice would wash
dishiM. Hew long It took! He would
wave a knife he waB polishing in the
i height of argument and Alice, watch-
.lug it feat fully would burst into de-
Could she ever forget Mint lust walk
th liinl taken? With a basket of
appies err his arm they had gene
shuffling through the rifts of bieiue
, Iciim-s te old Miss Wiiithrep's. She
i had tried te answer his gay sallies with
ler intlgliter. Hit her heart hm heen inn
heavy; en Monday he was going nwuy.
l limlly he had stepped short en the
"My own little girl!" was all he
They walked en through a golden
base could she ever forget It? the
mesaewr, seemm te be quivering .wit
1 , "!! ? -n", i " .vv!'"!'1'" .I"0''' 1tt k VtlHl from ''"''I'lHurterK In Harr sb.rg, I Jehn' n. Kelrna.rV'lY,1 ' t U. m5 "and" .i.
'J ""li "',l ,Kn1'1, U''!"H the nmtterV'I am told. Had the scheme of Cen. . i'"hn. Haiiimere Md
h, ,."i.,,?'Li?i,IIt,i,,i M'5'- "'"! """'' f'"'"' Vnre gene through te en II" t " "n' ." : i,Bh8rl"gfl-5S!- X',.ritr.t rt" "",
B,1". v,' ..l',"'1'rr'1 ,IL'1' V,"" voice wij- , by appearance the Interest of Presl' ., I'rV.a Mill, me h iiiii'm. ..nd'Annl, M.
lug " en re going away." , Cnt Harding in this iirlmnu- scrim liubhard. inn p nth st.
Dismay caught her and her heart mage it would hav! bee, " n'-Vcrit, b!. e'tta.SpJw"? "f3V,A'verdrta.'.KH,'1 An"
(. UTT'ii ,0 bt0" bcn,Il,s nt tlmt ftal I godsend te Mm organls-ntlen. They Winum j.ffitt? coineJawm". Hj.', and
came nearer. The whole world was
ii radiated by her exquisite, trembling
They came in hand in hand, until
they saw Miss Winthrop sitting there,
and then Alice had remembered that
n world did exist, a world where or
dinary tilings happened and life went
en its uneventful course.
"Wp brought you," she began, nnd
then looked in dismay nt Nerman's
"Ily Geerge, we forget the npplcs!"
They looked at ench ether guiltily.
for the apples lay en the ether side
of the stone wall, just where he had
dropped them when lie had taken Alice
lu is aims,
Ml-.s Winthrop for some strange ren ren
sen had made Alice a present of n
linen hand-drawn tea cloth, "That
came fiem Knglnnd in my mother's
On the way back through the dusk
they hed debated the question whether
Miss 'Winthrop had seen. The throaty
chuckle of tree toads, the lcepy twit
tering of birds, the sweet breath of
the woodlands lind come te them
through the twilight.
He was the perfect lever. Alice
thought, considerate, um'crstanding
strong. Nothing could ever come be
tween them; nothing.
The wedding wns te be in March and
Alice hud come back te the city with
her head full of dreams. At once they
began that delightful task, the selec
tion of their furniture.
Alice wanted n studio witli swing
ing Chinese lamps and luequer tables
and odd shaped satin cushions that
were decorative rather tnan uscfu1.
Nerman lind said he wanted big coni
fer tub V choirs; add here their first
difference had come.
"We don't want it te, leek like n
ninn's club!" Alice had said.
"Ner like u Chinese junk shop!"
Nerman had laughed.
Next morning a letter had come.
"I can see new I've mude a mis
She knew It by heart, had read the
simple words, unbelieving at first, nnd
then in tenrlevs anguish had walked
the Meer and at last had Hung herself
a disheveled little thing te weep out
her eyes In the dimmest corner of her
He was tired of her! He bad hid
den it at first in his splendid, mascu
line way, but at last he had te write
and tell her se. She loved him. She
loved him mere than ever and she knew
would be willing te live in an
uimnlntei uliuck with an earth fleer
She steed up at Jast and went into
I- 1,1.11 ll-Ulll tlllll llllMI IU UlllU IILT
hnlr with unsteady fingers. She looked
len. pitiful face with .lis-
nn.inrnil hew si... vns im, I
Min nilsernble emtitv ilns
. . .
heard his voice call-
lice!" he cried
is mnl.l must liave
couldn't face him new.
she must get It vcr I
he matter?" he asked
licr drooping fuce in the i
He came toward her eag-
eriy. "i tliaiignt ill write you
once, Alice,, and letf jmi knew.
mil, It, n ,tilwtnln rrnm tlm firat '
s, sllranl; back Bninat ti,e wall at
,hs last crueltv?
..j ()11,ut teeave all the selection ln
veur haii.ls '
..j ,en.t understand!" she whls
"Why. the furniture, dniilng, its
innilgn that mntters. lis tlieuzli nnv-
"Come back in nn hour, Nerman.
And have dinner here with me," she
She waited until the deer lind closed .
en him te realize that Jey had com e
Pinchot's Drive in
W.est Scares Alter
rentinuri front l'nite One
"As much as I leve the service man, j
ns much as I am moved by the emo
tional appeal which would mec eul
'' l when nppeulcd te In his behalf, I could
net lienestly pledge myself as our rep-
resentntlve blindly te approve any meus-
ere nremnteil. for (lint u-nnlil men,,
, i. i ,i ,
mlBht bp c'nIlccl upon t0 ve,c l,aln',t
Jur best Interests or the best lnter-
ests 0f ti10be beloved senlee men them-
One of the most interesting devclen-
nients which cam.! te my attention en
my tilp across the State is the efforts
that aic bolus; made te held the organi
zation men In line for Ceneral Alter
by premises of Federal positions.
Pinchot's strength is grimly en
hanced by dissatisfaction among the
leaders in some of the Interior und
south control counties of the Stute.
This is paitlculuuy noticeable in Blair,
where a regular Kllkcnnv condition ex
ists. it is te nllny this firctlcm and bring
nt least a semblance of peace till after
the primaries that the unguent of Fed
eral putrunuge is being applied in
I am net informed ns te who Is sup
posed te innke these premises of Federal
j.iHN gueu, nut tney lire being illstrlb-
ceuiii nave nnu would have premised
Federal itosltletiH until eveiy Jeb In the
gift of the party had been mortgaged
four times ever,
JSven, as, tt Is; they are working it
iii iiiu warxen. wnq, are reauy te taku
Slew in Appearing
Continued from Pace One
crtsen found no ccert for him en his
arrival herd, as lie announced he had
requested in n telegram te the Embassy
from Newark yesterday.
One of Miss Culberson's letters te
young Kobcrtsen reads: "The schem
ing of my family Is getting en my
mrtrflif f IttintV tlinf vml IIV0 lintlct
surveillance In New Jersey and that you
were under surveillance ln Texas. JCt
irrs have been Bent te my mother
stating that you are an adventurer nnd
fortune seeker. Yeu must be very care
ful and remember your premise net
te de anything that might cause trouble
A copy of thin letter reached Robert Robert
eon at Dloemficld, N. J.. April ft.
" AVIth ether correspondence, it wns
expected te be laid by him befere the
Embassy as corroborative evidence ef:
his story. '
Meantime, Misa Culberson, the object
of the Kngllsiiman'H ardent attentions,
is at home with her mother, away from
everybody. Her allowance, ordinarily
bountiful ns might become the wealth
of her father, has been cut off se that
she cannot get te ace the romantic sol
dier with whom she has had a love
affair for the last five months.
Senater Had te Pay
Robertsen's unusual method of press
ing his suit was te keep a constant
train of telegrams going te the Culber
son residence in Sixteenth street, with
the result Jhnt there was an endless
parade of messenger boys, and all the
messages they carried were marked
"Collect'." At intervnl, when telcgrnms
were net arriving, Robertsen was get
ting Miss, Culberson en the long-distance
telephone from Austin, Tex., with
the charge reversed.
It was this constant stream of tele
grams nnd the frequent use of the long leng
distance telephone which first attracted
the nttentien of Senater nnd Mrs. Cul
berson te their daughter's love affair.
They wanted te knew who It was who
wAs keeping up bucli an unusual line
of communication, particularly nt tbelr
expense. Miss Culberson told about the
man, when she described ns a veteran
of the war. nn Englishman, and hand
some, but about whose family uffairs
the was very hnzy.
SCHOOL LEAGUE TO MEET
Officers Will Be Elected at Session
The annual meeting nnd conference
of the Heme Scheel League of Phila
delphia will, be held today in the Ner
mal Scheel., nt Thirteenth ana SsDrlng
Garden streets. Various representa
tives of schools ln the city and suburbs,
and of home and school associations
will attend. .
Following n business session at 4:30
o'clock, when reports from community
centers and associations will ec read
nnd officers elected, supper will be
served te the delegates in the gymnas
ium of the school. J. Eugene Baker,
principal of the school will deliver the
address of welcome, nnd Mrs. James L.
Pennvimcker nresldeiit of the Heme
and Scheel League, will respond.
Tensts will be as follews: Greeting
by Dr. Edwin C. Broeme, Superintend
ent of Schoels: "The High Scheel
Fathers," by Henry Lauer. president
of the Fathers' Association, German-
town High Schoel: "The Junier High
Scheel," by Mrs. Emv.a V. Tindal,
principnl of the Helrrjs Junier High
Scheel; "Elementary Days and Ways,"
by Edwin L. Fufutc, Jr.
G. 0. P. WOMEN'S LUNCHEON
Ablngten Branch Is Cuest of Hunt
Twe hundred suburban women, mem
bers of the Ablngten Township branch
of the Republican Women of Penns!-
ii " Y. vii "Ulc"cten aWu
Huntington alley Country Club.
.:. . ,,J
nf which Mrs. Glffeni
I I'inciiui was one et tne principal
P" and speakers. Other speakcis
were Mrs. Geerge Heiacc Iirimer.
Mrs. Barclay II. Wniburten. Mrs. T.
Ili.nenti .ThrI- et nwi'iiiirt-l Mm .T 11
Melick, Miss M. Themas, Mrs." I. H.
" nrrn ami -urs. . uunn ng. inrs.
- lust is the only woman caud date among
eleven aspiring te the Legislature from
tMP i lr" -"onigemery district, nnu is
Dt'"B i"LI"-"u lls enc le "ln lne "ernma-
t10,". - t t. Tt..-.i-.- t--ii...
IlllPll.i.iVd u. nil- a&ujiiiiihiui llllCJ
affair Included many well-known sub
urban woman from the Yerk rend
section. They are Mrs. James B. Mar
shall. Mrs. O. B. Klcsewetter. Mrs.
Uudellffe Ilnnieyn, Mrs. Herbert Robin
son, Mrs. H. C. LnHue, Mrs. William
Craven. Mrs. H. Paul Smith. Miss
Mary Bnggs, Mrs. Jeseph Armstrong,
Mrs. J. J. Jenes, Mrs. James Merritt,
Mrs. J. Stevens, Dr. Boyd.
j PAPAL PLEA TO POWERS
Asks Religious Guarantees and Re-
turn of Church Property In Russia
Genea. May 0. (By A. P.) Men-
slgner Plziirde, Under Secretary of
u.... .. i...iin.i. ir..t et ti,
?. "I VI. ur. T "V"1 V. ."". "l ''
1 He was received by Premier Fneta
te whom he delivered the memorandum.
In it the Vatican asks that in case nn
'agreement Is reached with the Russians
,a clause be Included 'guaranteeing re
ligious liberty te Cntbe'tcs and also the
return of pieperty winch belonged te
the Catholic Church.
Premier Fectu said he would support
the claim of the Hely See, ndding he
believed the ether delegations also would
be favorable te compliance with the
RAISULI HEMMED IN
Chief Aide of Moroccan Chieftain
Slain in Battle
Madrid, May II. (By A". P.) Taz-
unit bus hi en surrounded nnd the re
treat of the bundit lttiisiili has been cut
off. according te tin official statement
I outlining the lntest Spanish operations
Tlie eneni 's morale is said te have
I heen greatly affected by yesterdav's op
erations, In which Hamide-el-Succan,
ltalsull s principal lieutenant, lest his
life, sevctal aides weie killed and chief
Iiertltl wns wounded.
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