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WOMEN CRUSHED IN RUN ON BANK I
I FOUR -POWER TREATY IS RATIFIED 67 TO 27M
I TREATY FOES
LACK 4 VOTES
Action Follows Day of Vot
ing in Which Amend
ments All Failed
VICTORY FOR HARDING
12 Democrats Vote for and"
Four Republicans Against
j Washington. March M.-r-The
four-power Pacific treaty was rail
fled today by th 1 1 n It I
The vote on ratification wa 07
w to 27.
This was four more than the nec
essary two-thirds and the roll call !
showed 12 Democrat voting for rati-I
ficatlon and four Republicans again : j
The dozen Democrats favoring rut-:
ifluatlon were Brpssard, iJail, I icich-i
er, Kendrlck. McKellar. Myers. Owen I
Pomerene EtansdaU, Trammeil Un
ilerwood and Williams
G. O. p opponents.
Tho four Republican opponi n'.- werel
Borah. Prance, ffolnisdn in 1 EAfoilette.
To absent senators. Crow. liepub.- !
Mean, Pennsylvania, and Jones Dent-
ccrst, New Mexico, w ore artnobn'ced n
'supporters of the treat)
Senate approval of the- pad drat
vnttil aft..- ..11 ...... I ...I
J.-ind me I y nitons except the "f10 el."
llance" declaration, accepted by Pre-
ident Harding, had been defeated.
Old RE61 nv vi ion
As incorporated in the resolution Ol
I ratification, the reservation Bay:
I The United Btates understands that
Mm. lender the statement In 1 1 - preamble
f of under th rm of thli treat chei
U no cdnimitment to armed force, no
iilliance. no obligation to Join in any
Ii defense "
The Four-Power treat I- on agree-
fc inent entered Into between I'nited
I ( States, Great Britain. Japan and
I France to preserve peace In the Po
I ilflc. Its adoption will mean the can-
I ellatlon of the unpopular Anglo-Jap-
I nnese treat)
it i:m. 14 rORI
I Ratification by the senate today
I came nfter a score or mors attempt
I to amend or add reservations to the
I treaty had proved unsuccessful.
I This treaty was one rexult of the
I inference on disarmament called by
I President Harding. Ratification of
I this treaty ts considered an Indication
I of the administration's strength.
I BUTTON IS REMOVED
FROM BABY'S THROAT
PHILADELPHIA, March 2-1
'Three-year-old Ellen Louise X tiles of
Pittsburg. pa., who for four months
bad been able to breaths only through
. ihe four small holes In a button, lodg
9 i-d in her throat, todoy was well anil
nappy um a result of un operation
Thursday by physicians
The child swallowed tho button
while playing last November, and it
lodged In her windpipe. Repeated
forts to dislodge If proved unavailing
mid difficult:.' if respiration frequent
ly caused her gnat pain Two min
utes after she was placed on the op
erating table the button lay on tho
mrgeon'S hand and she ti s,n
OLD SURRAT HOME
ON AUCTION BLOCK
WASHINGTON March 2 4 A for
lorn-looking, dark gray old i i i -
H placed on the aution block here Thurs-
'day but the auctioneer thought it was
H worth more than the bidders bid. It
D whs the home of Mrs. Mary Burratl
H who was executed as one of the I .in -
23V ...ii conspirator! and is In the
p, . i tie front pallor of the once-preten
H, r' . f hi 'Ik-
HJ met and pin ti nod the death of tho mat -hi'fd
president The houHr itandlni
M ihen In the center of the residential
1 section, was used ss a boarding house
HR by Mrs. Surralt for mnny years prior
kWj to 1865.
GIRL FORBIDDEN TO
TRY DARING STUNTS
tmmmmm NIAGARA FALLS, March. 14.
Q The Kngllsh gir) who hi- announced
H that on Juno 3 she will walk across
H Niagara river on a tight rope will not
H do any such thing. Mayor Thompson
I announced Thursday The mayor SAld
that under no circumstances would he
Hu permit any attempt to duplicate Bln-
Jtl After the doalh of Charles .Stephonw,
H the F.nglish barber who was killed las:
H y ugust tnmg to "hoot the falls in a
i barrel, the it authorities declared
Kf ' -,1-4 1 (.vf-n 1 1 r i i t ioii v. 1 i U i-n
s prevent foolhardy feats of daring in
V the vicinity of tho falls.
UINTAH YOUTH SHOT BY PRINCIPAL NEAR DEATH
MICHAEL COLLINS. When he
opens his mouth he sa s
.something. Here he's tilling 8
I ' iblln crowd about the new Irish
HE HAS ALIBI
Apartment of Promoter
Used as Storage Place of
, NEW FQRK, Msrch 24 -Jpeninq
the defense of Tvx Kickard. charged
with criminally assaulting 15-year-old
' Sarah Schoenfeld, counsel for tho
sports promoter, today told the Jury
I that a perfect alibi would be proved
for November 12. L921, the day of tho
' alleged offense.
Ma BtSUer, Chief defense counsel.
I also set forth that the apartments on
I West Forty-fifth street mentioned In
I connection with ih case had been
rented by Rlokard while ho was ar
ranglng the Dempsey-Wlllard fight in
Tolgdo to More his liquor, because he
j saw prohibition coming Rlckard,
Steurer said, never had been in the
I lite In his life, and had gone to the
apartment house only twice to ascer
iin from the Janitor that his cellars
u ere it K
Rlckard's counsel denied that the
I promoter ev er had gone motoring with
'either Sarah or 12-year-old Nellie Gas
ko, the corroborating witness for the
K l PI DAIJM RJ ( - IRJD
Sieuer said his client knew nothing
I Of the two girls exci pi that Surah hadi
once come to Madison Square garden'
I with her mother to enlist his aid In
I obtaining the release of her brother.'
I imprisoned In Milwaukee
i utlinini; his defense. Steuer snid
ithat the prosecution would have to
'prove the offense occurred on the I
Inhvhl of November 12. Itll Ki fhl
Although Rlckard never kept a di-;
,nr, Bteuor added, he could always re
Icall the past by looking at the record'
Of events that had taken place at the
Igarden und with a glance at the rcc
nriis to refresh tin memorj the pro-'
inoter recalled that Novemoer 12 was!
'no ordinary day in his life.
DAY'S I t n I - RELATED
Steuer said he would show that in
the morning Rtckurd went to the gar-'
den; that at 1.20 o'clock he went to.
the Polo Grounds to watch the Dart-.
rooutb-PsnnayJvania football game
accompanii il L his secretary and pub-,
licit) manager, and that there he hud
exchanged comments with a nws
j paper sporting writer and Big Bill",
Edwurds former I'riip i iuii gridiron
That ho had returned to the garden
to prepare for a dance to take place
there that night
That he had returned home for,
dinner with Mrs Rlckard. as will be
proven to ilu icM.no u. "I m ii''
woman who had been the Rickard
That Mrs. Rickard had been taken
ill and a physician summoned.
That luter he had Jjsken his guest
and another woman to the dance at
the garden and then returned home.
I IQl oil HlliK
Steuer advanced an explanation for
ihe teetlmon) given Thursday n si
man Berch. Janitor at the Forty-sev-j
(Conttnucd on Page Two.)
7 MEMBERS OF
SHOT IN ERIN
Belfast Stirred by Murder
ous Attack Upon Saloon
SITUATION IS BAD
Army Convention to Be
Held Sunday Despite
BELFAST. March 24 (By the As
sociated Press. ) A band of men
(forced their way into the home of
Owen MacMahon, a saloonkeeper.
, early this morning and shot seven
'members of the family News of the
'raid has stirred the city.
M.n Mjhon and three of his sons
were killed outright, another son died'
of his wounds, and two others are neat
! death The crime is thought to have
been In reprisal for the shooting of n
number of special constables in Ma :
J street yesterday.
A she-hour running fight occurred
I between Ulster special constables and
Sinn Felners in the village of Car
rackmore, County Tyrone, yesterday.
The fighting started when fifty of the
police in motor lorries were ambushed
outside the town The ambushing par
ty was concealed behind a gorse bank
on the roadside and opened fire a:
la distance of loOO vards
Mini g I ( II kXGED
The police Immediately Jumped out
ol their car- and engaged the attack
ing band, which retreated across the
hills The pursuit continued for sev-
leral hours with frequent exchangee of
At least five Sinn Felners are be
l t ed to be hit ne a i t It a bullet in
;the leg was found under a house whb h
was raided during the chase. Bullet-;
pierce,) ii ,! several .'I the SpO-
ciuls but none of them wus wounded
, A iiuuntity of equipment dropped by
the imbtishing partv was captured
THREAl Ol REVOLT
DUBLIN. March 24. fi: the s--im
..it. d Itcs i The - open threat of
revolution." signified by thi decision
I of the anti-Free Staters to hold tho
: forbidden Irish Republican army con
vention Sunday has ''created a precarl
lous position' the London Times cor
! respondent here declares In a dispatch
ftc his paper
The statement bj Commandant Dod-
j crick O'Connor Wednesday that 80 1
'per cent of the army's members are!
against the treaty, however, the cor
reepondent believes to be exaggerated.'
He remarks that the Call for the armyj
convention was signed by only seven
Ipfantrv commanders and that these:
mainly represent divisions in Cork and
South Tjpperary where dlviffection '
.was already known to exist.
l VL TO DAIL
Ho believes that members of the I
army in Dublin, the Midlands and a
Urge jHrt of the west are loyal to the
Iall Elreann and can br trusted In
a.n emergency, and further, that the
country is not likely to regard any
vote taken at Sunday's meeting, as a
erlterlon ef the general temper o'f thel
No attempt to prevent holding of tho
Convention Is looker! for on the part
oi the armv general headquarters.
The Dull ministers tKdlove the com
ing elections will result in a sweeping
Victory for th treaty and that there
after they will be able to deal firmly
with any anti-Free state conspiracy
The meeting place of the army con
vention has not been divulged J
FATE OF BONUS
BILL IN SENATE
President Harding's Atti
tude Toward Measure
WASHNIGTON. March 24. PasscC
by the house lato yesterday by a vote
of 333 to 70. the soldiers' bonus bill
was made ready today for the senate.
What would happen to it there was
: regarded as problematical, but house
I proponents proposed to use every ef
fort to prevent it from being shelved,
us was the original bonus measure.
I In the long debate which preceded
final vole in the house some speak
ers predicted the senate would kill the
bill, whllo others apparently wore op
timistic as to the chances of Its pass-j
,ng in its present form Whatever
, Its ultimate fate, it appeared fairly
eOrtath that the bill would slumber'
for ejuite -a while at the other end of
the capltOl, whore already the calen-j
I dar is congested with treaties and an-,
I nual supply bills with tho permanent,
I tariff bill yet to bo reported.
I President Harding has been repre
sented as looking with favor on the fi
nancing 6f the legislation with refund-
cd lorelgn bonds provided they were'
in hand before the bill was passed. '
v hlle the measure was in the making
i by the house wuys and means commit-i
I tee, the executive, according to soon
of the members of that committee, i
'suggested a delav of 9u days in the!
I belef that the treasury would by tnrn
be in possession of some of the Brlt-i
There wus some discussion In the
house yesterday as to whether the.
president would approve the bill in its
present form, with u onfllct in thel
opinion expressed Representative
Longworth, Republican. Ohio. said
that while he would not presume toi
speak for the executive, he huel reason
to believe that Mr. Harding would!
sign the house measure If It reached
him without change on the other
hand. Representative Snyder Repub?
llcan. New York, who said he had
talked with Mr Harding l.i-t vve.-u,.
declared he would be ''exceedingly
surprised if the executive signed It.
INTO GENTLE TRAP
NKW YRK March 24 Pasquale;
Glreano was arraigned on a charge jf
picking s vvomun's pocket on the sub
way. His loot was a card on which
tho decalogue was printed with the
' ommandmeni "Thou shall not steal.'
Anonymous Stranger Pro
vider Money So Prisoner
Can Visit Bedside
PORTLAND. Ore.. Mar. h 24, laf
Hauge Is serving six months federal
, sontenrr in jail here on conviction of
i fraudulent draft claims A week ago
hi; v liV- recueel her baby from their
burning house near eiregon City, and
' wan herself badly burned. Friends
sent word to Hauge that his wife was
asking for him in her delirium
Hauge asked the Vnltcd States attor
ney for aid. He wired Attorney Gen
eral Daugherty Inquiring if Haugo
'might be freed temporarily to visit
I his wife The answer was that Hauge
I might go if a guard to accompany
'htm were employed at the prisoner's
cpense. Hauge had no money.
This mui n was published in a news
paper A stranger called at the Jail,
said he had read the story and loft
'money to pay the guards ile refused
I to give his name Today Haugo will
visit his Injured wife and baby.
WILL USE MOVIES
TO EXTEND TRADE
VF.W YORK. March 24. The Na
tional Association of Manufacturers
announced today the inauguration of
an effort to have motion pictures used
to further a systematic method of
trade distribution that not only will
cover tho country, but roach Into oth
er lands as well All the nation's in
dustrtes have been asked to consider
the scheme, which it Is belle-ed. will
greatlj increase ,-rjmmerce.
John E Edgerton. president of the
association, has called a conference
for April ii. at Washington on all
manufacturers who are Interested.
CORVALLIS, Ore.. March 24 A
surprisingly low lncemc from 113 rep
resentative farms was averaged In
1921. according to a report of survey
conducted by the Oregon agricultural
An average of J4r.." from these
farms, scattered over 16 counties, pre
sents what the farmer received for tho
labor of his family in addition to his
ovvn, and for the interest on his In
vestment. Thirty records from eastern Oregon
showed an average net loss of $367.
Scientist Sets) Out to Capture
Plesiosaurus In Andean Lake
Dl'ENOS AIRES March 24. ( H;,
th Associated Press.) Elaborate
arrangements for tho capture or de
struction of the anachronistic crea
ture reported to have been seen In
an Andean lake ha.v e been made by
the expedition Which left Thursday
for Patagonia under th- RUtplces of
the Buenos Aires Zoological garden
The members of the party are all
well armed, carrying rlephan' n'le
and ISSSOSS. Explosives (,re also be
ing taken with whfctl to mine the
Spooning In Church
! Gets Pastors Okeh
SPOKANE Wash.. March 24 Voung people should be encouraged to
make love in church, Dr Ewen C Brown of Los Angeles, editor of
the- Adult Publications of tin- Baptist church, declared in an address
at a Baptist church conference here last night.
"Allow your Baptist young people's union meetings to be courting
j bees." he told the assembled pastors.
Dr. Brown said tha-t courting shuuld be encouraged at church runc-
tions to help the young people "make matches among themselves, in th-?
midst of good Christian influences."
"Do you believe that our young people enight to be encouraged to
I spoon at their meetings"'' Or Brown asked the meeting alter stating his
Tho response generally was affirmative.
I lake and thus scare out I ne monster
be U plesiosaurus. glyptodon or
megatherium, as various!) reported.
The zoo's taxidermist is taking
along embalming materials tor 1st
case the beaet Is killed Another item
of the outfit is a gasoline motor with
which to props! the boat to be COB
slructod on the shores of the lake.
Professor Onelll. director pf ihe
, zoo. who organized the BXpeditloOi
, has directed that If it falls to find
'he animal after six wselts "';irrh.
, the party shall proceed to other parts
of I'atagonla. He said to the "orres
pondent. "I am laughed at. but I am con
vlnced that some large, strange anl
' rnals exist in Patagonia. When Theo- '
i dore Roosevelt visited Argentina he!
wh-s presented with a fragment of
, hide picked up in Patagonia with
' long hair still attached to if. The
hbie WAS a half-inch thick ami u
rlously reinforced beneath the sur
face with tiny rods of bono. It must
have belonged to some hug .animal
I recently alive. What was it?"
Murder Charge Likely If
Victim of School Feud
Bullet Tears Hole Size of
Egg Through Bybee's
At 2 o'clock this afternoon Dr. E
R. Dumke. attending physician for
Lloyd Bybee. reported that pneumo
nia had set In aa the result of the
bullet passed through the lad's right
I lung and It was but a matter of a
few hours until death. Ho said that
the ho might -possibly live through-
J out tho afternoon, but little hope waM
j lu ld that he would survive tonight.
The hospital reported that physlc-
l lans now hold no hope for tho lad
since his collopro early yosterday af-
, ternoon An examination disclosed
i (he Inillni hnd torn u hole ol-
I naoal the size of an egg through the
I boy's liver and the lower portion of
the lung was punctured so that air
I escaped In breathing and formed un
i der the hkln of his right side.
FAILS TO RALLY
Restoratives have been applied
I hourly since the relapse of yesterday
. and today It was said that the boy Is
! not rallying but getting weaker from
J the Infection that has begun to set
in. Late this mornirg It was report
ed that Rybee cannot recover uuloffl
a sudden change for tho better tiKts
' place at onco.
Chrltensen Is being held In tho
'county Jail without bond, pending the
j outcome of the condition of younr
! Hybee. It was said today thtit If ihe
l boy dies a charge of murder in the
; first degree will bo filed against
The principal Is allowed to sit In
a cell outside tho Jail proper during
the daytime, but at night h la em
. fined in the Jail corridors. lis Li not
i kept in tho tunk as are the other
I prisoners, except tho trusties
When t.'hristensen was told this
morning that there was but UttO hope
for tho recovery of his victim, ht-j
burieel his face In ho htn-ls und -p-I
peared deeply moved. Yesterday the
principal appeared e bo in good spu-i
Its. but this morning he was depress
ed and appe-ured to bo worried
'bristensen today would not talk I
'freely and refused to answer many
I questions, declaring tha' he h id told
the entire side of his story In tho
' statement he gave out yesterday. Ap
parently he has not forgotten tho cau
tion given him by his attorney. Geo
Halverson. to say nothing f'irthcr
about the shooting and tho affairs
leading up to it.
Yesterday morning Chnstensen was
asked if Hybee had anythlrg in his,
hands when he Walked toward him
on the road Just before ihe shooting.,
I Chrlstenaen answered "no," before
his attorney could prevent h'm. Hei
was then asked what he meant when
he suid that "By bee v.alkcj toward j
him In a threatening attitude.' His
attorney would not allow him to un-
ewer this eiuestion.
VISITED UY FRIENDS.
Chrlstensen Is at times allowed to
leave his cell and walk out into the
sheriff's office. His cell door is al
ways unlorkerl and the scores of ls
Itors who call to see him are allow-
eel admittance and to remain a long
is they desire. His friends almost
hourly fill his cell with baskets of
fruit and food and so far Chrlsten
si n has hoi been compelled to eat 'he.
regular Jail fare
POURED INTO SEWER
CHICAGO, March 24. Postal
Clerks sorting dead letter parcels to
day found a package labeled kur -s
and forks" mailed from Ireland to an
unreadable Chicago destination.
ftpenlng It lo catalogue the content
for an auction, they discovered the
Irish tablevare had been distilled and
Two quarts of cutlery according to
official records, were then poured Into
JAPS SEND FIFTY
TO GENOA PARLEYS
TOKIO. March 24. fBy the Asool
uteel Press The Japanese delegation
to tho Genoa conference will number
50 and will lie headed by Huron Hay
ashl, ambassador to firent Hritaln. ac
cording to informal announcement to-j
FALSE RUMOR I
STARTS PANIC I
AMONG SAVERS I
Bank Paying Out Money aa f
Fast as Depositors Can !
Be Served f
REWARD IS OFFERED l
Police With Rifles Guard as I f
Crowd Becomes Large j
CHICAGO. March 24 Several wo-
men were crushed and trampled In I I
scramble of depositors of the North I If
western Trust & Savings bank on I.H
the northwest side of Chicago thl4 Itp.
morning. The run was said to have K
resulted from false rumors concern-
Ing the bank's financial strength K
Bank officials wore paying out I
money as fast as tho depositors could WMW
bo served and other hanks vver --'aei 11
j to be ready to supply all the cash If
John P Smulskl, head of the bank II-
and a national Polish ler.der. offered I
reward of BOO0 for Information i
of the Identity of the person respon- I f
slblc for the run. tJI
The bank's last statement shovv-cj EH
resources of $!Mr 8,277.
XGR DEMAVDS, $
Depo Itors r ihered In front of tin I
bank last nlgl t and there were an- I
ilero'itol-. when poMrn arrived
Mr Smulskl Informed iho throng that I j
! the hank was safe and that all who I H
elesired could have their money in I H
the morning. H
Early today Jepositor began gath- I H
erlng at the bank a now. The bank I H
officials arrived ear'y- Twelve po- I H
llcemen tiled to 1 eep tho depositors I P
In line. it
POLICK ARE RMr:i.
The crush became bo great out- I f
side tho bank finally that 100 police- I it
men. 25 of them armed with rifles. I
were pluced on duty there Doaens I I
of women were c-irrie.t into the ban I j.
In a fainting condition. Kana
The federal reserve of which the
NTorthwsstern is a member, sent I R1
$750,000 In an armored car to the I
bank. The Continental Snn Commcr- I
i lal National bank sent $1,000,000
A run of smaller proportions start- I I"
il today at the S. ,... 1 -. r t s v -tern I y
Trust and Savings bank, a j-n.
of the Northwestern Trust and Sa - HH
Ings bank. Esil
I nn B' BBS
POLICE OFFICERS J
OUSTED IN CLEANUP I
LOfi AKGELES March S4.-I.oa I
Angeles is "Just as wide ei-n today"' I
i - : i biel of Polii K i - I
llnglon was appointed I
nionths ago. according to a statement I
he Issued Thursday In connection Wlfli H
m ..rder permanently susoending C
tain V. I.,. Bpellman of the central di- I
vision, and Lieutenant A V. Gifforei. B
In charge of the vice squad.
Alleged negligence onel Incomi"
teni were given by the i hist us the
causes for suspension, which he stated,
were bused on the neglect of tho tvo
officers to carry out his instructions
to close places of commercialized vice
Chief Bvsrington said. "In cleaning
up the city I am going to start with
the police force."
Both the suspended officers Indicat
ed they would appeal to the pollcs
commission. They have served nearly
CO years and soon would have been U
glble for pensions.
IN WASHING MACHINE
EPH K ATA. ash March 24. I
P'rank Johnson an employe of a local I
laundry, narrowly escaped death j
Wednesday nlrht when a steam ma- I
chine In which he was taking a bath I
after a fellow worker had left, was I
thrown Into gear and he became 1m- I
prisoned in the rapidiy revolving tub I 1
and immersed in scalding water un w
to his neck.
After Johnson got Into the tub he
turned on steam to Increase the tem
perature of the water. Jt was ex
plained, and apparently his weight in
I the mat hlne turned on the power The
momentum threw down the lid ard he
I was released cnly when the- owner fjf
the laundry heard hh cries and brokei
Into tho room.
i hyslcians expressed the belief tht
Johr.son would recover.
STOLE MAIL BOX TO
HALT WIFE'S LETTER
HAMILTON. Ont , March 24 Tlw M
police have found a largo letter box
In the rear of a barber shop in which
Wasll Capem murdered his wife and
mlod his own life Thursday II bad
been wrenched off a pole on a strt j
corner near Capera s hemse.
It is the (hcory of the police t h '. I
I'.iper.i bought hi-- wil'i hid nulled a I
letter in the Iwx tolling the police n,' t
his whisky still and ha he took th
whole box to prevent the letter from I i
reaching the. authorities. V' I