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Thnt order was Issued by Chief Dun lap, of the Hnrcau of MlgliwnjM, fol lowing the transfer of that Hitrrnu from the l'ollee Uurenu of authority ocr the neighborhood fair?. The purpose of the edict Is to present the blocking of street by ioihmwsIoii nnlren -wlio nell euts nnd soft drinks to tho crow do, let their pit Irony toss the nimble rings or knock down the "ba bies." The order will nffect directly profes sional carnival men who arrange the affairs for various Institutions, retain ing n generous shuro of the proceeds for themseHes Nearly n hundred carnival manager called on Superintendent of I'olic Mills and on Director of Public Works Cnven today, Tho Highwnjs Iturcau i in Mr Caven's department The Cillers wore told they must oompl) with the vules or close tip tlieir buslne" Detective Shoots Assailant in Fight Continued from Pncr On "T ltnvn nnnr." tho nriinp ilotootlvo nnlrl ! "Get that guy." onj of the mcit Bald, nnd they both flushed nerovs the street, drew blackjackx and hnd Mtruck Adnmi twice beforo he had time to retaliate. In tho fight which folloued Schrleber ?rnbbed AdnmlV blackjack nnd tore It rom his grnsp. The detective then drew his revolver and fired three shots in the air As Schrleber aimed another blow at him, Adaml fired a fourth shot, wliich struck the mnn. Sohrieber fell fo the ground. Adami run to n patrol box, and IV trolm'in Kd until Deluney, of the J'hird fctrcet ami l'niru'oiuit uveituc t:itiim. who lied heard the shots, approached nnd mistook the detective for ! high wayman After Adami had shown lus badge he and Deluney hurried b.ick to Schrleber. The man said to have nided in the attack. Kdwurd Ouiton, Sixth street rear llrovtn. wus bendin? ovei the wounded mnn Two other nen hnd joined Carton, nnd when Adami ap proached they cursed him They were ntres-ted with t'nrton and raid thev were IvJward "!rabi nder, Sbcth street near I'.iown, and Alfred Homes, Mtrtle street near Fifth. Schricber's condition is not nerious. Magistrate Wagner, at the Third street and Fairmount avenue station, held Carton in 1000 bail for a further hearing Jul ii. and (iruybendci- and Ilarnes were each held in $500 ball for tho further hearing as material wit nesses. BEER BILlTuP MONDAY Proopeets of Speedy Passage In House Considered Favorable Washington, June 'Si. Agreement was reached In the House yesterday to consider on Monday, under suspension of the rules, tho Campbell - Willis -bi.ltg prohibit the use of beer as inrtlicrnr. While decision was made to IluiTt- the debate on the measure to four "hours the arrangement under which it will be called will make amendments iinpus Bible. With the removal. from the bill as originally proposed by Itepresefilativc Volstead, of Minnesota, of provision objectionable to manufacturers using alcohol, the proopeets for speedy passage are considered gpsd Advocate'" nf the measure hone similar action li the Senate will follow rapidly in order ' the bill may become a law before ' the regulations for pucnptious of beer under the Palmer ruling have been promulgated. OLD-AGE PENSIONS URGED Hew Jersey Eagles Send Memorial to Congress Atlantic City, June lil. The fiov eminent of tho I'nitod State- was asked In it resolution adopted yestordaj at the New Jersej Stale lonventlou of the Fraternal Order of Kitglos to cMiiMMi old-age pensions in the Nation The action was taken after debate m uhiili stntiftics wore produced to Mum mure thnn a million workius men in the mun try were itieapaoituted through nee and were destitute through no futilt of their own The coinentlon elei tod Mule otliioi-. and adopted resolutions ifiommeutliii.; to the (irnml Aene that women's mux lllaries be established all out the eoun try and that a roster of nil the Ilngle members who ln-t their lins m the service bo piepined 'I he lonwntioii also recommended the adoption of a uniform enililom to bo worn h niem bers. Arthur W i'linton, of Ifohoken. was chosen president of the State body SAVED GIRL BY DIVING Fair Canoeist Rescued by Autolst Who Plunged Into Water Dressed Atlantic ( lt, Juno J.'i John l.ony Inotti, a news dealoi of this citt, fully nttlred. plunged into Lake J.emipe May's Lauding, w-tirdui and -vpi the llfo of Agnes Harper, who hail been thrown into deep wntei when In i mi ovctturni'd I.onginotti got the girl lit diving altoi she had gone clmwj auo drogged her nsliuro uunMiMnl Friends attending a phiue took charge of the cirl, who leviud after -i few minutes llei losonei. ieing he was In good hands, stepped into his automobile, from wliich he hml leapt d to make i lie lowiio, and tlrote away. Lehigh Gap Forest Fires Out Allfiittwn, I'a., June Si - The fun-.) fires on the lllue .Mountains in the i Clllitj of l.ehlgll illi were extinguished at '1 o'clock Ihii. illuming. One thou sand men nnd hots wcio eiigngi'ij nil day jcstctdii) nnd last muhi in digging trenches nnd "bai I. linng " The result of their effort n beoame nppureut during the night Stato polite mo still engaged in con ducting un investigation into the in I't'iitlliiiv phi se of the tiros, but no ai -rcsU hno hoi ii matle Charne Two With Dynamite Plot San Frniirist'n, June 'St lllj A 1' i TVO n"i ueio Ul'iested lothn charged v t' . oiiMiiniey to blow up the Federal l(o e r (lank ltiilldiiig umlor I'OUstl lift loll here The men, woie uc cused b. the iioln e ot ofteriug (Jeorge K iJtnMl.. .. ...... .,. I .. ...... i.t ........... ... k'lUVIU, 1 pMUlM II "Ulll HI ItOUIt-- IU put dyimiiiito lu the bullvru of the tmiMjng, M vl tln tt sLftK4r j . i JOCK IUTCHISOX Chicago professional golfer today won the llrltlsli ocii title over tho St. Andrews links BAPTISTS URGED TO PAY BIBLE SCHOOL TEACHERS Philadelphlan at Des Moines Con vention Pleads for Innovations and Initiative Des Moines, June 1V ( lty A. IM Payment of saluiies to Sunday school teachers was advocated here today be fore the Northern Huptist Convention. Tho speaker, Dr Henrj B. Tralle, of the American Baptist Publication So liety. Philadelphia, made a special idea for initiative in trjlng out new idcus "Pattern nfter Ktllson." he urged "Workers must undorstund that the objective of the Sunday school is a Christianized, drveloped, socialized re ligious life, invo'ving far more thnn a mere acquiring of biblical facts. "(lot imiij from the penn basis." The average contribution in the Sun day school is about three cents per mem ber, according to Dr. Tralle. who warned that the trolning of children to this sculp of giving means disaster to the future. He told of one church which spends S2,"00 yearly on its choir nnd only $2."0 on its Sunday school. "tiood church business," the vpenker eiclaimed, "demands the payment of at least nominui salaries to Sunday school teacher"." Church architecture, he said, needs to bo changed to provide adequately for rducatlonut and recreational needs of members, with twice ns much floor space for these phases of work as to the preaching FINE BOARDWALK CAFEMEN One Used Soft-Drink Bottles as - Container In Selling Liquor Atlantic City, June 'Si. Judge In -gersoll esterdaj found three Boardwalk rafemen guilts of selling liquor when tlies were arraigned befi.re him on bulge preferred b detectives em plo.iod b Special Prohibition Knforce ment Prosecutor Iturton (iatkill Mua William", of the Palais Kojnl. Ktntucky avenue anil t'le Boardwalk, was lined $!!'(; (ins Sparrow, head waiter at the lleauv Arts cafe. Sli.'O, and Albert Clark. I. a Manic cafe. Ocean avenue and the Boardwalk. $100 Joseph Mos. proprietor of the Beaux Arts, at St. James place and the Board walk, who uNo operates an establish ment In Philadelphia, pioduccil ei donee that he was unaware liquor wus In tug dispensed in his info Witnesses testified that Sp.inow had supplied them, using soft -drink bottles ns the lontuiners 13 NATIONS LAUD LEAGUE Representatives Attend Meeting Celebrating Second Anniversary London. Juno -J."i -tin A P. i Ihde Park was the scene of a lemuik able League of Nations muss-mooting todut. the ot'.isicin being the swom! iili'ileriir of the formation of the League lu addition uioie than fiftj of tho Heist distin.'tiishoil sjiinkois (Jicm Britain then- wire in attendant e iep lesMtiiatni's of twohe for. ign counti les. un imltiig M '.iinmevt s ,,f J f Ikiiiih Mi 1 I in ii of Ciiiii.i It I'oi-ho- bratlskv t Coi l.t'-so,ikin , Tio. mill of l'liiljud A (iiigislmli, f tic (imlKlllU itoplilillt I It mi Stuiuo. of lliil'imtl J Mauifft , of Itnh ; I". Miiisoinoto, ot J n pa ii Naoii Mirii Isphuiii of Pn sli W J Swietochow slu. of Poluuil , 1) .Mitriin. of Un muniii. nntl Dr OlesnitsU, of I'kiuuie Three Hurt In Auto Collision Hours W titubei of l.'ll 1 Xoul, AI -Isciii stro. hi- sun Hi in (Sruber, Jr mm Teltoul Mot I tie, of s,(i North Poi i-lirst strut Inst niglit ver indued v In n -in automobile m hi, h il(.t WVI, i ding iiil.iilnl with a mitk in Wviim v on I AI' tlui i wore in .i t tit in tli low muwi Hospital .mil s, pi home WAR AFTERMATH BLAMED FOR WIDE Mis. Mary Hon Denies Women Standard to The 11101 al standard of both men nnd w oiui n has till' 11 a serious Mop down ward It is caused, however b the nftortiiuth of the war and not because women wote granted etpial rights and privileges with im 11 This lias been the finding of Mis Mary O'lloillv Ilea, f tho investigating fone of the Legal Aid Kurcau At the Social Sort loo Conferouu lu Milwau kee, now In ins utleiideti by many Phil ttdeliihiuiis. It was declared by Clara Buriisido, of Indianapolis, that the de-i line 111 morals spi dally pertained to womtu ami Mini it was title to the I Kpiali.ation of m"ii and women. Miss litirn-ide is 11 police captain I "There luix been a deplorable tie-1 dine ' Mrs Ilea commented, "so de rilorablo that it makis the hi art sick,. but It cannot be registered bv ex. It pertains to both sexes, In fact,, It lu By lite Associated Press TlnrAi T,.A tin rtii.. ...... ilAM ....,,,,, wuiiti k.il, 'J.1IU LIIIIl'llllUll Ul the American rodcrntlon of Labor had it decks cleared today for the election of n president and others officers. Both candidates for the leadership of the American T.ntinr movement Jinlm i L. Lewis ami Samuel Gompers went to 'the convention hall claiming that they ,hail sufficient votes o win. Lp to the hour of election supporters of both candidates kept up their re- lOtltless ontmvntffn ttil1t ,.am l,A,n Im -"l"'I" ,,,,s.. 'inn uvsii ill progress during Hie last week. But up to the hour for the voting neither had made nn public announcement ni to the lossiblo support they had enlisted. Labor leaders declared that the con test would probably be a close one. as many of tho delegations were splitting their votes. The convention In Its first night Ms sion last night disposed of the question of future relations with tho Interna tional Federation of Trade Unions, nntl the recognition of the Itusslan Soviet Government Almost riotous scenes marked both actions of the convention, which sus tain the action of the executive coun cil. In severing relations with the Ku ropenn labor movement nntl In con demning the Husslnn Soviet Govern ment. When lie put the Russian ques tion tn n ..nix 1- -!.......-.. i , n'.u, .in. vriiiiiifrin was ennrged with "machine rule" because u iiet-iineu to permit delegates to speak in defense of the Soviet government. D. 8. Smnrt. of Chicago, withdrew his accusation of "gag rule" when Pres ident Gompers threatened him with pre ferment nf o)ini-ri.B The International Relations Commit tee recommended that tho Executive Council continuo its negotiations in an effort to have the Internationale amend Its laws that the Federation "may have that opportunity of affiliating at the earliest possible date " In adopting the report on the Pnn Americnn Federation, the convention declared that it "hns from the first been the ntdent champion of freedom for tho Mexican people" and expressed gratifi cation that "our hopes are finding fruition," though "mindful of the greed which still seeks batlsfaetlon in the rich resources of Mexico." MINE STRIKE CONFERENCE CALLED BY LLOYD GEORGE Owners and Employes Hope to Agree on Terms Monday London. Juno 2,"5. (By A. P.) The request of the coal miners' repre sentatives for n new meeting with the Government and the tonl mine owners, decided -ipon last night with the ob ject of obtaining n settlement of the cool strike, brought u quick resiwnse from Premier Lloyd George. This morning he invited the owners and miners to u joint conference Monday. The newspapers today are more op timistic over the possibility of an imme diate settlemet t of the strike, which low hns been in progress nearly three months. The decision to nttempt the reopening of negotiations was reached at it meet ing of the Executive Committee of the I minor union lust night. This steji was influenced, it was dcelared, by the fail ure of the miners to secure financial i support from other.tradjj'unions and the reluctance of other labor organizations , to join with tho miners for industrial I action to enforce their mutual demands. I The hope wus ev; res-soil that the .Government would wv its offer to I grant a ten million Psoind sterling sub stdv to the coal industry ns nn aid to the settlement Botli the miners and owners promptly I accepted Mr. Lloyd George's invitation I to the conference. THEATREPLAN ATTACKED Subterfuge Charged to Get Posses sion of North 52d St. Property Charging that un intricate scheme 1 was adopted to make possible the use of a property as the sit0 for a motion . moron, tliontre nnliilllictnnilmi? n . ,-.. ..... ........, .. .. ,i,ir.it4lllll. I, .. sti lotion against such use in the deed, the former owners appenred toda be fore Judge Stern and nsked that the hii ers bo enjoined from currving out their plans, and asking further' thnt the property lie tinnsfericd back to them. The plaintiffs wire Charles and Sam uel S(gal'. The defendants were Samuel Soifer. William H r'urtley and George (' Allen Tlio property In dispute is lli().--()7-(l!i North Fiftv -second street When Soifer took title to the property it Is charged, lie expressly stated he was bining it for tho Republic Trust Co . whnh would treot u bank buildiiu' on the site Then, it is further charged, to get rid of the resti lotion in the deed, the defendants allowed the first mort gage to be tori closet!, after It had hot n transferred to Htir-v. It was thin put up tm sU in tin, su,rjff Tin pluis-tiffs nsk the Court that all Hiom proteedings h.. nudum. Tho defendant denv hautig represented that the plan was bought lot a bunk mid not u pntuio house . and id dure the course of cunts alone Inlliietictil all their actions Jutlge Stern V h'inil tlow n a written doi lsion. Marriage License Tax Effective Hairisbuix, June 'Si. (By A P ) The now Suite tax of .10 cents on mar ilnge Im uses will go Into effect and ar inrigenients are being made to enfoteo on and after next Fiiday This ineiiMiio wus one of those designed tc iisi nililitioiiiil funds for the St ito and Mil I. Hotted b county nlln i i!s and i win did to the State as utlu-i taxes ui" handled. MORAL LAXITY Alone Are Affected, but Expects Be Lifted Soon impossible to have the ne sink morally without having the decline manifest it self In the other. The whole subject of moral conduit Is interrelated." Mrs. Ilea is of the opinion that equalization of right-, tan have- nothing to do with present -day conditions. If suffrage had not been granted, she maintained, things might huve grown a great ileal iorse "The interest of women In questions such as ilu- " Mrs Ilia mid, is going to sine the iiin to bring linck contll twins to iioiinal and perhaps inli-e standards to own greater heights than ovei befme Suffrage caiuu to the res cue of th ivilUcd world "The decline in mornls i due to the letting down of bars during the war Mora! conduct that was exceptional before is looked upon with indifference now." W'lrrtliOT all jj. ; the CdmiX Shdfi CateX . ' 11 '-v.iWtor. irrnriBiismiiMii in ttliM.l.iIlil.,l,,7' m 1 h,n The large picture presents n scene in the Franclsvale Homo Cemetery for Dogs on tho old Gulpli road, where thcro are 215 graves nf canine pets nnd at least one of a cat that was dearly loved. In the picture below Is shown the monument, with its epitaph, above one grave SLAIN ZEALOT WAS DIXIE HOTEL CHEFi 'Doc" D. D. Murphy Is Identi fied as George Massen berg, of Florida GOT RICH ON FAITH CURES Special Dispatch to Evening Public I,rtlgir Atlantic City, June Si. A friend here has Identified "Hoc" D. I). Mur phy, the Negro faith healer, who was hilled estcrtlay afternoon In n house In Disston avenue, in which he had barricaded himself nnd held at bay a score or more of, policeman and two fire companies, wounding two policemen and seriously Injuring n woman. Thomas Baltimore, of Pnlatlca, Kin., said today the zealot was George Mas senberg. who took the name Murphy from the family in Palatka. which adopted nnd raised him. He hud been 11 hotel chef in Florida. Ho accumulated a unall fortune through herb medicines and faith cures. It Is Mated he had ns initnv white clients as colored. The police today are seeking the funds he Is said to have banked in this and other cities. Telegrams have been sent to his icln tives lu Florida and nlso to a sister In New York by the undertaker who bus the body. A post-mortem examination disclosed that Mnssenberg hod died from loss of blood. The bullet entered midway be tween the bhoulder and the neck. An other slight flesh wound was inflicted 011 the face. Detective McDowell, who was thought to hne fired the fatal shot, totla snld "I saw him at the head of the stairs and fired. He was fnclnx me. lit fell toward me I jelled that 1 had got hint in ortler to stop the hall of bullet" wliich were -zipping through the win dows nnd were bringing down the wall iilnster in showers over nll of us in the house. We dragged him out of the house " I'ounty Physician Souder said he would not take any further action In regartl to the shooting of Murphy ex cent under direction of County Prose- r Cnskill. T woman. Iilbnbeth Chappfclle, wo 1 1. d by one of the maniac's bul lets, is in the City Hospitul and is not in u serious condition. TWO FACE GRAFT CHARGES Lieut. McBride and Detective Ac cused by Saloonman Lieutenant William McBride nnd Dis trict Detective John J C'lnv . J . will appear befoie the Police Trial Board Monda on ehaiges brought by Dan Id lien.li. a suloonkeopoi . Soioiitl stiect near Market. Hersh charges he gar them $1000 to uwdd nricst for keeping liquor In his cellar for which lie !,d 11 (Jovernment permit Following u confennco with Diroctoi Corteljou, Lieutenant McBride Mini ho was innocent of the charges; that ul thought he went to Hersh's place it was simply to investigate the preliiumur oliorgos lnnde ugainst one of Ids men Clay is charged with nctuullv having ie ceived the liionej . Moth men woie ns. ponded from duty several weeks ago COL LAMBERT'S FUNERAL Editor Who Died Yesterday to Be Burled Tomorrow Man men of prominence will nt tend the funerul of Colonel James II Lambert, which will take plrcc tomor row afternoon at 2'!U) o'clock, from Ids homo, .'111 South Fort -first street Colonel I.nmbeit. who wus nn editor and wide! known in newspapers circles for nenrl half .1 century, died osterday after an illness of several months Deaths of a Day The Rev. Robert E. Johnson The Ilcv. Ilobeit K. Johnson, tho "raiding parsons," who died nt his home, 1185 South Fifty-second strict, isterday. wdll be burled Monduy from the i:beneier Mcthodibt Episcopal Church, Fifty -second nnd Purrlsh streets. George C. Hazelton New York Juno 'St. (leorge Coch rane Haiielton. fifty-three jears old, lawyer, pla wright und uuthor, died in his home josterduy after un illness of several months He wrote ' Misticsn Nell," "The Yellow Jacket," "Captain Moll" and "Aphrodite." He was graduated from Columbia Unlverslt). In 1800. He practiced luw in Philadelphia, Washington und New York. ' . r , I. ; n iimi irnirtririrTinT it'i fmii" t ii iiiihitii ' r 7 iifrJ -" ' " ' '&isS.M3ifi ON VOLSTEAD ACT Chicago Distillers Sue for Per mission to Sell Liquor for Medicinal Use $500,000 STOCK INVOLVED By the Associated Press Chicago, June 25. A suit to test provisions of the Eighteenth Amend ment and the 'Volstead law was brought In I'nlted Rtates District Court today by former Senntor J. Hamilton Lewis In nn nttempt to recover whisky, uiluod nt $.100,000. noted in Chicago warehouses. The plaintiffs tire distillers nnd 100 owners of bonded whisky. Tho bill docs not nttack the validity of the prohibi tion amendment or of the Volstead lnw, but alleges no provision of cither meas ure can npply to whisky deposited in Government warehouses by the direc tion of the Government before either measure was passed, where tho goods are now owned by the same owners who deposited tho liquors on a contract to hnve It returned when the. Government tax was paid. The principal new point of the com plainants Is that the provision of the Constitution against mnnufnrturo of liquor referred to munufnotuio after, and not before, pnssugo of the amend ment. The complainants, who state tho do not disire to use tho liquor for beverage purposea, ntJc for 11 mandatory injunc tion compelling tho Collector of Internal Kevenue to order Government unro- houses to deliver the property to the holders of the ecrtlfiiates, ami enjoin-1 ing national and State olllceis from in-' terference nfter the owners have taken ' possession. The plaintiffs claim I hey! have a right, under the law. to sell this whisky for medicinal or mechanical pur poses. TOWER CONTRADICTS BARON' Von Schoen Victim of Imagination, Former Diplomat Asserts Wiitervlllc, N. V., June 2.-. Baron on Schoen, former Geimiui Secretaty of Foreign Affairs, hns included in his memoirs "conversations" that never took nlnce. . That was the replm esterda of Charlemagne Tower, former United 'States Ambassador to Germany, to asser tions 111 the Boron's book, in which Mr. Tower is sold to have opposed tho ap pointment of Dr. David Jnyne Hill ns , Amhnssador during the Itoosevelt Ad 11 tnistrntion because "lie was a poor man," nntl would be unable to entertain in the grand stjlo wliich the Kaiser do sited of foreign rcpreentuiies. "I am willing to declare decisively that I noer heard nn proposal made b an one conneited with the German Govtiument that 1111 ollitial icquct should bo sent to the Piesidont to ap point any particular poison to the tim bttssotlorshlp insteud of Dr Hill," snld "Ii Tower, "Neither did I ever hear the subject discussed b an hotly in Ger- , many as to whether Dr. 11111 was u rich man or a poor man." BURGESS REP0RTS HIMSELF Channlng Way, of West Chestor, Parked Car In Wrong Place Burgess Chaniiing 'u , nf West Chostei, followed 11 polity of "do to ourslf as ou would do to others" U'sterduy. When he wiib notified that lie hud 1 parked his nutomobile in forbidden tcr ! Oritorv slightly over u "dead line" he reported to Chief of I'ollco Entriken. The latter dismissed tho Burgess on the ground that it was his liist offense. Patrolman Chuiles Dorse saw Wnj's car on the forbidden nrea and lie placed tlio following notice on it. I Itepnit to police hcadqiMitcrs and tivoiti tioiiDie. annulling waj, Ilur gess. ' ' WILLS PROBATED TODAY Daniel Hertz EstateValued.it $5000 In Will 1 Among tho wills iinibatiil lo'lm 'ilios-o of Daniel Herts-.. 21.'."i North (Twelfth street, ,?."(I0(1, Hid Ciuoline ,S. .lone., who died lu tho Chestnut 1 .Hospital Wl.iiOO lliventotles were filed fur the personal o-tates of Logan M. Bullitt. SI.'.S'K) 71, I and Bessie II It Van S.-uit, $."8.'l() 1 Letters of administration woie granted for the estates of J. Alfied Clark. -11125 Catharine street. $1.1.000: Daniel W ltadcbnugh, 2()."1 North Twenty. sUtb street. $17,000, nnd Christopher Far- rc.ll, Brockton, Muss., $2U,-U2. EW ATTACK MADE t ""tt Dogs Sleeping Here in Honored Graves Contlnurd front rug One rrnnclsvnlo Home, founded about twenty-two years ngo by Mrs. Geor McClelland. Follow the shady path pointed out to you, nnd you come upon the cemetery. Strnngcly enough, the very first grave shelters no dog of any breed, but a cnt Instead. Huckleberry Is the name, nnd ho (or sho) Is designated ns a Liberty Bond Cat. n term which no one seems able to explain Huckleberry died August 3. 1010, ac cording to tho simple Inscription on the marble slab, which also bears the nnme of F. II. Chatficld. Huckleberry's owner. The grave has tlow ers growing around It. The largest stone in the cemetery, flvo feet tall and nearly as wide, bears tho following Inscription : "Thin Stone is Erected 6y Arthur Peterson fit memory of hit Uco dop, Band, a Scotch collie, died August 17, 1Q1&, and 3a:amlique, a St. licrnara, died t March 11, 1!)12, for many years his affectionate companions and faithful friends." . Grnvo of "Bugs" Potter No visitor can help noticing the stone inscribed with the unromnntlc but ex pressive name of "Bugs" Potter. "Bugs' " grave Is surrounded by a well-trimmed low hedge and geraniums nnd daisies blow gently in the wind in front of the stone, which bears the fol lowing verses : "Dugs, our dear doggie, is here; I nder the sod he it lying Grief can but pootly express Sorrow ue felt at his dying; Perfect companion was he, One big man tee called him. Time cannot make us forget: Truly and sadly tee mourn htm, Ihiduring irith patience until the end, Ilcfjuicscat in pace, dear little friend." The founders of the cemetery have a largo lot with four graves. Chief of the stones in this McClelland lot is the one In memory of Gobbo, born In lSTfi and dying in 1S30. No occupant of the remoter goes back In lime ns far ns this dnggiu, who was for fifteen years the pet of Harriet Hare nnd George llcClellanil, according to the inscrip tion. Also In this lot is the grave of "Francis," for whom the cemetery is named "Francis." died in l'tlO. "Quits" and "Carl" He side by side In the same lot. That fumilinr inscription found on iiianv stones in most gravevnrds. "In tho Hope of a Blessed Immortality." is nor lacKing In this eemetcrv. It is written over the grnvo of ''Prince." who Is further described ns a "Dearly Beloved ami Faithful Friend." The date, March 10, BIOS, Is nlo on the stone. Sweeter Than Candy The pi-i7.e orse. though not tl-o most touching, surmounts the grnvo of "Snonkie Middendorf." who dietl ut the llpe old age of fifteen. This Is what some one sultl of "Snoukle" : "Our Dai Hug Pet B'c trlf iirt'tr forget Sho icat sicecter than all The tandy she 'et' fate). Of "rYklbo," who died November 30, U)lfi, some one wrote in it kind of blank verso : "Skibo loved us, ice loved him He has gone 10m oar Aomr Hut not ft am our hearts." There is onlj a wooden shaft over tho grave of Quecnic Bhondcs Muttson, but it contuliu a llurld tribute in erso wliich says: "In my heart youi memory lingers Tendetly kind and true Thcie is not t day dear Qucenie That I do not think of you." There are altogether 245 graves In tint Franclsvale Cemetery, ami uwjut thirty of them have shafts of stone ant! mm hie. Man which have no inscrip tions sao the names of the -logs, m trnet intention bocuuso of the otldlt of tho names. For example, who t ould help hut notice the quaint but expressive name of "Batin " nnd wonder whether hl famous uppctltn was tho cause of his demise. Then there nio Toddles, Toodlcs, Bed Popper, Teddy. Jock, Tuck and Tootsie, UafTerty. SapliG Brightly, Chin Lee (nationalities are evidently unlimited), Gypsy Girl, Skccts Diva Cerberus und Misslo Ens lis The funeral services ate not elabor ate; in fnct, it is seldom that tho owners accompaii their nets out to the ccmeter But it is not nn uncommon thing, ,,f n bright Sunday afternoon, for a mo tnrcar to drive up, an occupunt or two alight and go up into tho cemetery to lay 11 bright flower or two lu token of affection and undimmed memory for a faithful, dumb friend, self-defensYpleafails Man Convicted of Shooting His Brother-in-Law Despite n plea of self-defense wliich he cnteied, Alicimel Fortnlgliii. 170S South Bancroft street, was found guilty of obsault and buttery with intent to kill befoiti Judge Ktcrn estcrtlay. Sen tent e was deferred. 1 ormigliu shot his brother-in-law, Konifinn Glainusso, during an argu ment, March 22, which resulted from the latter upbuilding his slxteett-ear-old sister who hud eloped and married Formlglla. To Fight Anti-Fraternity Spirit Atlantic City, Juno 2.". Closei 0 operation with the school authorities nnd purcnts as a means nf combating tintl-frateinity sentiment In the high and preparatory schools of the country was urged In resolutions adopted yes terday by the Phi Delta Sigma Frater nity In national convention Iiqio at the Alnmac. By the Associated Press West Hempstead, N. V June 25. Lawrence Kubal. Jtwcntyslxi a farm laborer, who, police said, confessed Xo the murder of Mrs. Winnie S, JBart lctt, wealthy widow, In her homo hero last Wednesday, was formally chnrged with tho crime today after ho had re peated bin statement to District At torney Weeks. After his arraignment Kubal led policemen to the chisel thnt he had thrown away. Ho also took them to a mnn 'vho hnd given him ?5 for a watch taken from tho Barllctt home. A wed ding ring with Mro. Bnrtlctt'n inltlnls also was recovered, Kubal had sold It for $2.00. Kubal's alleged confession contained the statement that ho killed Mrs. Bart lctt with a chisel while on his second visit to the house under pretext of pur chasing tho property. Police said Ku bal told thorn ho had never heard of Mrs. Bartlctt until the morning of the murder. Ho was oh his way to tho houso to look for work when ho noticed small boys stealing cherries from tho orchard, he was reported to have said, and asked them if they wcro not afraid they would be caught. The boys gave Kubal the first intimation that n wealthy widow lived in tho house A fountain pen twirled nervously in the hands of the murdered woman, the alleged confession said, supplied the in- ci'iuivu -V mi 1'riiui:. jrkuuiu un sum iu have told tho police ho had nsked Mrs. Bartlett for S0O0 and thnt Bhe refused and twirled the pen nervously and this caused it to come into his mind to kill her. First, however, police said, he confessed to struggling with her nnd it was nfter ho had thrown her to tho floor that he saw her Irvine to unloosen the cap of tho pen. Kubal was born In Poland and hnB a wife and two children. He hns served short prison sentences In New Jersey. MARLBOROUGH WEDDING CONFIRMED IN CHURCH Religious Ceremony Performed by Scotch Minister at Bride's Cousin's Home Porto, June 25. (By A. P.) The religious ceremony uniting in marriage Glachs Marin Deacon, of Boston, und the Duke of Marlborough was performed this noon by tho Itcv. T. If. Wright, pastor of tho Scotch church In Paris, at the homo of Eugene Higgins, a cousin of the brldr. About 200 guests were present, Including Ambnssador nnd Mrs, Wallace and a distinguished com pany of French, British nnd American friends of the couple. Mr. Higgins gave the bride in mar riage, and Judge Walter Berry, presi dent of the Amerlcnn Chamber of Com merce of Pnrls, was the best man. The bride was nttended only by twelve- ear old Christine do Bolsrouvray, dnughtcr of the Countess do Bolsrouvray, who carried her train. An incident of the wedding was the bringing into the salon of seventy-nine- car-old Madame Irmii Dcodat, the French nurse of Miss Deacon's childhood days. She was given one of tho pluces of honor near the altar. Her presence nt tho ceremony hnd been especially provided for by the bride, who sent her own motorcar for the nurse. After the ceremony Madame Dcodut. assisted by two maids, super vised the nrrniiKemcnt of the bride's dress nnd her veil. When she wns asked to atteud the wedding breakfast and have some of the wedding cuke the nurse exclaimed : "No, tlinuk ou. mndamc! Onlj n little bread for me." ORDER STRICT PLANE TEST Weeks Acts to Check Accidents After 12 Deaths In Month ll'dclilntWdtt fniin Vr A1nrmnrT In the series of accidents whicli havo oc curred in recent weeks in the nrmy nlr service. Secretary Weeks has sent un order to Gcnernl Charles T. Menoher, I chief of the nlr service, that all planes and equipment be thoroughly inspected beforo lllghts in order to mlnimic ( future accidents. Twelve denths hnve occurred as tli ' result of disasters to uriny planes within the last thirty days. Seven men were killed In the crash of the Curtlss- l-imtft nmVilltnTUl, lllfltll rPhren lltoil In the explosion when n bombing plane wns being sent nway In Aberdeen, nnd two dietl on Wednesday while practicing for the bombing tests. Mr. Weeks said his action was duo to the belief that more safeguards would serve as a preventive. JURY FREES MRSJJRTHWEIN Chicago Woman Held on Murder Charge Is Acquitted Chicago, June 2.1. Mr, Coin Im hello Orthwoln wns found not guilt b a jurj 0Htcrda. at her trinl on a churge of hiving murdered Herbert P. Xiegler. The Jury reached it verdict after Iosh than an hour's deliberation. Mrs. Orth woln thanked tho Judge und jurorn und then fell bnck in her seat in 11 faint. Tho verdict followed the re-enacting In the court room of the tragedy which took placo in MrB. Orthwein'H apart ment on the night of March 1. In Ins closing argument, George Gucnther, nt torney for the defense, donned tho bullet-pierced oveicout of Zicgler to show how ho met his death while attacking Mrs Orthwcin. BiiiiffliiiiEiiraffiiiiiifflraiiiMiiiraiiiiinim You'll taste the difference! asco Coffe e lb At all our Stores 0 25c n the nnrt 5k the 027 Lo! R'on post, i th. department "! address com.nunl. cations to t h Coc"V"- and ngrossme,, -on. r.?Hontinc ,E. ington In nn effort to t,r "l, AVn," ypceciV passage of ho S wiTllin"" tt" ing the Veterans' Burenti tn t'11 rcnt' affairs reIntlnB to (l'sabled ,,'"?'? D" service men nntl women "n "E1,,tr Department is ac C on lh' 8.,nt thfertes!,,!,tt,a,po' office, to be established nder ti,10"111 como beforo it. The activity L "i?y Commander Davis, of NerniiiVn nmm. William G. Murdock? of Ph linTir.M'1 Department Adjutant. X ',il,u,c,nl,i. The Shubln-Buschhaum Post IT, ttlii have nn outinR nt Grecnlocl . N 3 tomorrow. Tho post and t! e ladib nuzllUnr will start from the South St..Fcrr,nt "'dock. am mlllam T. Shctzllne Poit nn ducted tho funeral of William A W dan, formerly of Co. A TOU "infant Cth Division, last .Monday. Sm- were held nt tho Enlphnnr CliureT I-.levcnth nnd Jackson streets. nndthJ. body was conveyed from there to IM? Cross Cemetery on a gun-calsson. Tl burial took placo under the final muTte of tho firing squad tint! the blowing of taps. Special for Monday Only! (June 27th) YOUR ROLL FILMS DEVELOPED FREE When Print! Arc Ordered Photographic Depi. KEENE & CO. Opticians 1713 Walnut Street r Volume production makes it possible to give such extraordinary value as you fret in Hupmobilc long life, low repair costs, nbillty to keep going, and high re-snlc value. THE HATCH MOTORS C? 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