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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922.
20 n't-. 9 SEEK AT I JUM, ON TWO MEMBERS OF DAIL (Continued) SHOT GN BORDER SESSION I the wenlftn h-tlf of tl t'nlted 8'ntoi and penetrated Into Mexico, throush the Lower Cnllfornla peninsula. Fix mwa wero found in the poBiWs slon of B. "A. McNobb, held n the JLos Anncles County Jail on three criminal chnrscs. according to Murk Bailey. Jailer. The taws wore dl covered In n nr-in-ch of the JMI when. Iter the epenpe of Mrs. Clfirn Phil lips, convlcled "hnmmer rmtrdiri'fs," oarly Tuesday mornlnc a nimcr rtaehed the Jailer thut certain prison ors were rilottlnj "a wholesale de livery." And all the tlmo belief cxIMs in certain quarters that Mrs. Phillips may be hiding In this city. The conclusion that Mrs Phillip Is aboard a launch was rcurhrd by Sheriff Hlscalluz when a thorouir'i qhccklng of nil points south of L01 Antrclca to rla Juana failed to revsa trace of the fugitive. 8hcrlff Hyers of San Dlcsro Cnuit and 11. V Duck of the United Statu immltrnit.on ofllce at the border have covered completely the territory undc their supervision. Thny are posit v Mn. Phillips did not cross the bords, by land, unless she wns In one of two airplanes Hlchted by Mr. HucH. Thcso nlrcraft, one a Government jnachlne, flew over the border at hlKh alt tudes. Mexican authorities ar eekltic to trace tho other piano. It Is considered possible, thouch hardl prohnble. that Mrs. Phillips, speeding tiur Los Angeles by uulomohll. transferred to the air lino near Tnrrcr Pines, where there Is an air port. Anojher theory Is that Mrs Phil Una might make Immediately f -r he sister's ranch, twelve miles from Juarez, opposite the International Brldco from El Paso, whither hi hnnnd when first arrested !ur thu - 'j ai An actress In n Southern California city puys Bho nv tho escaped prison r In an automoblle'wun tliieo men yes tcrday mornlnff, npccdlnn townnl ' Jlwclco. Scores of persons here and In I-onc Hcach and other phecs bay they huvc seen her. Hut nlic has rlls appeared. Mrs. Peggy Caffeo ha told Inter viewers she was Mire Phe saw Clara Phillips In Long Beach Tuesday, t few hours after the escape, and Imme dlatily ' went Into seclusion.. Kh3 asked for police protection, requesting that an oftlccr stay ut her homo con stantly. i "I know Clara will try to find me." she said, "and If bho docs sho will try to kill roe." A blue dress, tho same as Mrs Phillips wore, was found under the flooring of a building here In th course of erection. With It wero sev eral pieces of silk lingerie much worn. It Is believed the fugltlvo wen there to put on new clothing that had been puicliotcd for tier by accom plices. CHICAGO. Dec. 7. Miss Elsie Coc and Miss Clara. Hutclilnu of Baltimore, Md., were token from tho Incoming Jjoh Angeles limited of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad to-day by police seeking Mrs. Clara Phillips. The women satisfied tho police of their Identity. l'ilit'tiiir-cll twenty muclunu gun.i und bomb, in their nttack on the tfoops defending the vlll.igc. Tho Free Slate military was eventu ally outnumbered and was forced t mui render. Th Iriegulurn approprl uted all .the urms un I ammunition In sight and then ma relied their pilson. or Into tho mountain. Inasmuch ns the men cupUtrt! have mice reported fui iluty. It In tm lieved that the ttchclH found dlftlculty p Ocialnlng hucIi h Ijirge number In he hpunicly populatod iiiounialn din trlcts. Hullymakcen Is non orruple.l by the Nationals. KING GEORGE MAY GO TO IRELAND TO OPEN NEW PARLIAMENT telegraphed to him alter the Kln h'ul signed ii The King realized the usual furmn ities might cue cn mles of tho I'nt -tato n chanco to cause trouble. MVKRI'OOI,. Dec. 7. The uces tion that the King may go to Dub"n to officiate at tlir foimal opuninu l hi new Irish Parliament Is mads I) the Courier, which recalls the hue expiesand In the King's speech nt tv opening of the Northern l'arllamiil at Hiil fast In June. 1921, that a simi lar ceremony might lie performed ioio long In Soul Mem Ireland. ULSTER "CONTRACTS OUT" OF IRISH FREE STATE Miwrrlmi M'nltnt I'nrniHtUy nt Hum! KlKalnur liy imv lios iTiinr to sootln- Irlnli. LONDON. Dec. V It If. rumored tlmt II l.i likely the King and the Prime hi Wales may pay a vis t to liel.md home time next year T ord has Urn sufficiently ustored. It Is said t he subject was nvntlnwl when Governor General llraly was n London IhsI week and may lx olflcallv dmoiiswd when he next visits London Word comes from Ireland that iiiii.n memliots of the prCHent Irish (overr merit would very much like ueh u visit, as it would prove that .inly -in Inflnltr.nmal portion uf tho Irish people ure lleputillcan. KIiir George waived 'he custom.xiy formalities in connection with Tu Healy's installation as Ooveinor CStn ernl of Ireland to avoid wounding Irh.r feelings. Althotigli it h.is bien an tin .i liable rule for n Gnverno General o ki-s tho Klng'a handa initio receiving n.u commlsRlon from i . in. llraly s wap Until llnnae Aurrr on Menatirr Keep epnrntfil Frnm llomln on. ItKLI'AST. Dec. 7 (Associated Prees). Iloth houces of tho I'lster Parliament voted unanimously to-day to "contract mt" of the Irish Tree ntiitn. as peitnltu-d undor tho Auslo Irish t-e.ity Premier Sir Jumes Craig. In 111" lower House the Ulster Pailiu ment, (iropwrij an adtlros. 'In the name of that body, declaring Ulster no part of the newly. established do minion. The measure was sent to the Sen ile, which returned It to the Lower lloimc for final approval. aftei amending It by Inserting tho weid "and Senate." thereby making the address to read In the numo of both Houses. i'rcmiii Mr J.im-s ralg t-tutM in tho HoilM' 'nf I omnious that I'lster Would not uppoint , lepresentatlve on the irt)io.-''d eommilon to-day to ftx tho boundary between Ulster and the I'rue Kate. nor would she be liltereat ed In thf Commission In any way. BROWNSVILLE BUSES HALTED PERMANENTLY lee I i'ItIb iirnnU Injnnelliin A.ke.l li II. It. T. Line. Juitlee I,i vlu In prooklyn Supreme loiirt in-.l,i KTuiiti'l .i perniniient In junction retraining the oiwratlon of the Brownsville Hue Lln The decllen rnlloweil trlnl of an action brought by the Ilrooklyn City Ilnllnal Company Th" operation of tl'e bues ceatcd fol lowing the slenlng of a temporary In Junction Sipt I.. The ilefrnilnnt company nialntnlnc. that It hml the right tu operate by Ir tuc of n franchise grrt.'l to the Man luittnn Tninsli comimnj In 18SB. Ku preine Court Juxtlce ictt -to-iluy that tlilu franchlM' did not, ihxt thu opora- tleii "f hiM line (Continual) lavish gift. M en. McClclun. m e depoltlon. ndmltlcd that young Wood hoiife hud proposed marriage to lie and that she had entered Into an en gigftnent with him, but had broken I' when she found representations tb.v was divorced wero not true. SIv made the discovery, sne deposed, on Palm Sunday, 19:3. when Woodhoun was confronted on the direct In Wash- ngton by his wife. In letters read nt the trial Wood houiw wrote his wife, addressing her as "Cutle Pie," thut reports thut hii- parents objected to her were fnle Under cruivs-cxamlnaUon- sho denied that ho had urged Woodhouso to marry her Mrs. Woodhouso said that her hiif- land left her In November. 1913 withuut money or other means i.l support, until sho , obtained ullinuuy tf MOO a month. Tho defense was a general donlal that Doimlas Woodhouee's parnntu ad attempted to bring about an estrangement between him und w ' f o SIKI ACCEPTS OFFER ' Jfr ll f r,r n COMPANY WOULD SAVE LINE ON STATEN ISLAND F IGHT A- (Continued: and "beat up Georges worse thun be fore." PARIS. Dec. 7 (Assoelnted Press.) -Georgt-s Cnrpentler lelleves that the est place in settle the controversy .vcr his recent Iwut with Battling ;!kl Is 'In the ring. Writing o Le fotirnal the Trench boxer- says: "Mere Is what 1 propose to K'kl: otwlthstandlng his disqualification B id the uisnuallflcutlon I might Incur. ) offer to mcej him nt any dato he Pkes In public or privnte Shonl 1 he he ready to put up a stake I bind my self to pay to charity that stake, or purse If one Is offered- I nm abso lutely certain I would finish Battling Slkl this tlmo In less than three rounds " M Henry Bernstein, rereree or the Hikl-CarpenMer light, told L'Auto to day thai he heard Slkl say: "Don t hit at my stomach; you hurt me." M Bemcteln. however, said he at tributed no Importance to these words, which were similar to many he has heard during his experience n u eferee. Reports have been current ihat M Bernstein, nt n meeting of the rcfciees attached to the Boxing Ifedcnllon. declared he heard Slkl say hla something to Cnrpentler which rioved that the match had been framed. Transit Commission shrd in hrinr CnillnR ItletininnU lleeel vi-rslilp. As n step toward lermlnnllng thi receivership of (he Richmond Light and Railroad Coin nan v. wblci runs one of Iho Staten Island trollev sya- terns, this company and tho Rich mond Railways Company, now bclni ncorpornted, asked tho Transit (loin mission permission to transfer the rnllrond property to tho Richmond Railway Company. It Is proposed that In return for Iho franchlr-s and proprrty, the new concern sftull glxu $3,timi.(un in fl per cent. SO-yrur tnnrLfac bon.ls and SO.000 shaii1 a of capital slork or no pur vnluo. Tho R.clunund Light nnd llal'road Company would agree to pay all cxl&tlng Indebtedness incurred by It. Including outsiund.ng SO-yeai mortjrago Ixjnds. The petition Is s'gn.nl by J. II Pardee, President uf the lailrond com pjny and also of the J. CI. Wh.to Management Corporation. liXJU BMli J. A Christmas Special that willmalce a Wondeif ul Gift Shell Tmif It is K the beautiful toilet set illustrated Mmle in Amber. Iifry anil lortnisi cxlraortlinary fecial holiduy nlue u.-. "Ilt, CbSXCCT STI.IC AITTO WITH Pllll.l.irS'S EJCAPR, CALEXICO. Dec. 7. Pollco and border lino riders last night wero watching for un autornorrile stolen at Brawley, Cal.. north of Caloxlco. after a forced landing of an airplane south that c.ty and the Inability of Its two men passengers to hlro a ma china. The airplane apparently was aban doned at the scene of the forced landing. Tho officers said the occu pants might havo soma connection with the escape- of Mrs. Clara Phil I ps from the Los Angeles Count) Jail. 3'gTiVM PLAY SAFE?! ORDER NOW THROUGH YOUR NCWSOCALtf) The Christmas Issue or OUT NEXT WEEK A boutlful mw In !r iMNyriiti t th himiIi Many lrttftlrvg (Mutv tr i Oon , Many highly Informatlv ip riUlvt Altthrtu1r4fprtm4Ptt orinfl wry branch f th hr butU mM. At til nwi lUrUi. 15c Marketing Candy The Stock Jobbing Way 10 Lbs. of "Just Candy" .TTT." $10.00 Less Piscount 1.00 Net The Loft Way 10 Lbs. of EXCELLENT Candy ..... Caving to-Loft Customer on same. $3.10 You can't Fool all the People all the time. Specials forFri. and Sat., Dec. Gth and 9th ASSORTED HARD GOODIES Elsewhere POUND NET GOc CHOCOLATE COVERED CREOLE PEPPERMINT PATTIES Elsewher POUND NET 50c CHOCOLATE COVERED NUTTED MOGULS Regularly HALF-POUND NET 30c MILK ChOCOLATE WAFERS Regularly HALF-POUND NET 30c Extra Special: Chocolate Covered Italian Creams Regularly 54c. fix uhreer ; Lobster I Get tht-m jouti and tender. Hot or cold you will like them better with a dressing well seasoned with stcias for Churc! cs, Sunday Schools, Institutions, etc. Jr TOiTK!!-. OLD FASHION CLEAR CANDY, that OV L IjlUIlUQ (rood old time collection uf Hard Candies THE OHIGiNAt WOPCfTTtRtHIHCJ & 60 Boxes Many other attractive offering! in 30 Hound Cate Candict. Aid our taUtpeople. Leave Orders Early for Christmas Candies to Ee Delivered by Parcel Post s II II Sll I M. I 5 HI T , AU I I Three 1 Pounds I 71 ifor ' f h mi 11 mn i While They Lajt U AA POUND NET aaK WtmwirntwauiMsmiamm t w k 1 pftM 4 A ji ilui'lu'iitrd un where ut Hie jirlce: $23.50 lncludins Beautiful Gift Box. S2.00 loss without box. Elsewhere this s-t woulil cost from 310 00 In 50.00. A great variety of other ."cls, plain iintl tlrOor.iteil, ns low ns 83.50 anil up. Aliio u complete assortment of iinglc pieces. Nothing bcUer for n gift. Mail Order Filled. Good Shipped Everywhere. THE FRENCH IVORY GIFT SHOP 129 Wet 33d Street 1647 Broadway, at 511 Street. Between tith and 7th Avenue. Next Capitol Theatre. Oppoiito Gimbles. lllM-u Ktrnlos fill II 1'. M. 1 The Electric Waffle Iron A. practical gift that is sure to please. Waffles with maple syrup and crisp bacon! Waffles with honey and country saus age ! Aren't they tempting sug gestions for wintry mornings? An electric waffle iron browns waffles on both sides simultan eously at the table. Imagine how hot and delicious they arc. Prices-$i4-50 and upward tfteUnited Electric Shops of Tut United Electric Light V Power Company 130 East 15th Street 89th Street Broadway 146th Street CrBroadtwr si.kiiit i:HTiKirKr, in i. I'll wcisco. SAN FKANCISrO. D o. 7.-A kIIkIh eurth shock, which InMeJ fivo spcoihIi. wus felt hero Inst nlylit. 1 Get m Appetite Your food won't do you good J un -ps you enjoy it. Uelorc i timnn -oii feel the uccd of ( tsjiueuiuig. Dr. Siegert's Angostura Bitters Mndpsincol824 fromthesame Inrmiila. It's riRlitthcrowhen vrin fil thp nood 01 a COOd di'induble tonic. Tcrsale iy nil Drug, Dellcntesjen nnr' Gr icery St re. tfl m (lOUI.u WANTS Wi'KK WOMJKIIS AM j3EMEN1 S. CENTURY J:r, BLOSSOM i.Sd St . Cev lk W :0 Malt J S.i- TIME Id COL B&OOtVS.aiOMAt$ Cfi - '.)ivv-? I .fvm ten u; XAAV i AMUSEMENTS. "STFUBERI VAUDEVILLE Tlf nlly. IT r II T D 1 I Thea . 1 CI nnd 9 13. u L II I II It l ai,dl'-y 4 MARX BROS ,.',?!'! And All 8Ui Vaudvlllu lull AMUSEMENTS. AMBASSADOR V&Z'tf' THE LADY IN ERMINE Wl-rt ll'u llinnrll und Wulltr tloull. ""tUniHIT Uini CU Op Ho. i;rth Mori uini tiiir nflriLcrii Nr -,h A4 ,,,,-u lVhlpptr ft llu. Ion nice Ii U'llililr iu.'rte?u?0iind MIDHITE REVELS All Hinr VtudfMMd lull llcBtiiy Chorua Th .at Till Av c!v.g JI Man Thun 3al 3 M JOLSON'S 59th ST WORLD WE LIVE IN THU IXMKCT I'l.AV. rLfllllUUOt b,.s..(i. )u.Wd.i Sat 'UP SHE C0ES II SI . t; oi l, y U i Thurn und dul , ..JU LAST tvr.KK COMEOlf i mA0: romantic age in-, nr.it. & sat. ioi. mat. to-day Bitsy BRO.'DIIURST 44th. W. of U'v i:x s Mftti. Thui'R, und Silt IIM SrhlNGYirviE or vnrTii. TUT. "rBni-'KCT" MURir-AI. I'l.A Y RAYCC Thfa.. 4lth, w.ct U'y. Eva.sao I L OH I CO .Mutinies Wid. una Bat. II M.-llifidrnyma. OUR IN ELL, euou Thfn.. l".lh, V of IJ nay Uv. S.S0. Matlitfi'ii UfJ and rial - "A JnyTtil Myftiry I'lsy." Ti'learam. L 1 S T E N i N G IN Miik-i a Immper crop of thriller ' -iUraM NATIONAL JQTtl PT Theatitf. W of U'y K S 30 tslll OI. )iaiinv Wid Mnd a.it WHISPERING WIRES Xll'Ull MVVTKKl I'l.A. GnccMwicii ViLLACt Fount BELMONT Mats Thur iShi 2 .V Solid TII'U IPC I1 Comtdy lllf 111 " lUL M..11U1 39TH ST. Tlmfly I frtmixlv 1 TIIUA.. nr U uay Cit.S 10 and at BOOTLEGGERS 1 llrork ruiihiTt.in pn-si n llmnitrllu AN l riion. CHARACTERS pr.nccss r If r W. of B'way. Uvasro 1 Wt'd. mid Sill , 2 '.'U- with 11. i'. iiu.iiii:. CASINO 3l"h " w,y 1 U H O I II U a,i,e 'fd nnd St "uZt'.Z'ly SALLY, IREHE&.MARY RIT7 w st llryant 83W. Illlt Matuui-j Wid. A Sat. IT IS THE LAW Miivr i.Mii tiii:.m ai. 1.. NKIl'S MKI.ODIItMA OF .nt tiu an. (j'abt AlirillK lllll'KINH t r.-.nl. EiHEL BARRYMORE in "R, RnvnJ U LUIiUAllllt Last Matlne Saturday 2.30. I.A-T I TIMI'.i Maxine Elliott's A'. at II y Kvt.i.18 W.d t Sat. 3.1S. SAM II. IIAUUIS rri-Mnt- LITTLE riiftu . W 44 Si John LolcUn Succl .ci Madge Kennedy in Trunk (Vnirn ltl.il. "Spite Corner" AMI IIIOCUST LA I (ill HIT IS TOWS I UOOTH Tluuttv W 4.1 St yih HEAVEN ,l MI'I.N Ml IIIISU'S l.l) I, JIIA11 A. .Mat. Wti. X tul. at S.U. I 6-ajid cy jonn u. uuiiama. "MAURICE SWARTZ i:1 , . . 1 i y Scliuimi Alclchm. 'THE GREAT FORTUNE" h. a STitl Bl.iKrl 8 30. dal.. S. Mud Ave iSun 2 3D A H.30 1 TIMES SQ. with loitR 'nting llavor paclitJ 30 Poundt in a caae together with CO Half Pound lithographed folding boxei. THE COMPLETE OUTFIT ZL'S HERE PLYMOUTH 'TheOidSoak' By I t: '(AUijL'IS West 'th St te S W Thurt 4 riat. r 3'' Mats TUBA . u i Si V. " 1 i I'OI'. M T. l t)-l)A'k 5..I0 TIIU HIM1 illUl.M. l'I.A THE FOOL YIDDISH ART', AST OR 1 ill. 11t1: i' ay i I3in. 1VI1.I.IAM FOX REPUBLIC 1A 4.0 ailul Kit HI Wed and Sat. at s 3U 1 :.o KM lo e- Leu hler lon ence "DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS ta ROBIN HOOD" GRrvTF.STPTTiipr-or Tlr. vr;iR I YR'r T 11 e a T n r . Li niu 4 gt v of u y e r'iy , 1HII K t Alt I 5 30 S.30 rrernU 41TH6 10WN THAT FORGOT GOD" rnn Ouod Soats CM' enn Good 8ata ti 3UUr.,. h Main 3U 3Uy Orcb N'lsnta ' D. W. GUlFFITHS U 1 n Original Musical SfOif as I1' -1 ."''" I'llrd For One Wesk. epiuVM . w 2d OtLII I H 1 wjc, oauy. . 1. and S 19 1 CUDinC Uroufl'vay, 411111 St Lve.. ..U. Cmrlnt jtA re Wed and Bat at S i'J. ZOK Alvl' NI'.W "IIMWIY. THE TEXAS NIGHTINGALE, wiih jomNA tinwi-A.NU. fiti SltRJAMTHtAIHtSt.-.l- PC? PHCE MAI:. vfo I SA1 llioaday. 4Hih Si. Eve MATS Wed. and at S.30 ai 'J JO GLOBE m BUNCH J, JUDY "IT'S A lillHAT SHOW CORT MaU tint a I'OH Qpsrs lO-iIGHr A I B.'tO PUNCH & JUDY eTVA: FIIIST MATIMJi; TO-MOIIHOM. THE DOORMAT' Py H. H. SIini.DON. u si Pur.ct! & J u nJs.Hr,-,.v,,S181 o0. SrEC. MATS. DEC. II. 12. 13. II at .1 f .M AM SAL. Hill EMIIKU II.. ut II A. M. Tony Sarg's Marionettes in "Don Quixote" U S St B vvd iwCtlNN HUNTtR-FlOKlSCt AbH . nil vie fi.id Bi. co. N4.. is.ti Mn' o UhLI O M,.l, ..rf,,,,. . 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