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t f y-, ,y-. n ' 'l--j' - - - - - ' V U ' i v auMttme fV"- - EXTRA THMrKKATURK AT' KAf H fl .i hi e no ulna i ii Cnr 1)2 1115 ()0 (M l) 170 170 4TS ikt-, 'l,;i get tiewn$ VOL. VIII. NO. 31 F CAPTURE LILY, SLAYER OF GIRL, IN GUN FIGHT Wounds Vineland, N. J., Patrol man, but Is Taken by Anethor in Thrilling Battle KILLED MATHILDA RUSSO, HE CONFESSES TO POLICE y Angry Crowd Causes Authori ties te Rush Prisoner te Bridgeton Jail ARMED GUARDS AT CELL Relates Gruesome Details of Killing and Cutting Up of Bedy Leuis Lively, who murdered mx- year-old Mathilda Husse June 4. at Moorestown. X. J., was caught early today at Vineland, nfter he had shot and probably fatally Injured Patrolman Asa Wilsen. Lively confessed he was guilty of the child's death, though he swore he hud net attacked her, nnd that he had net Intended te kill her. He confessed also that one reason he had returned te New Jersey was that he wanted te "get" Detective Frank Lere, of Hrldgeten, X. J., nnd spent all last night trying te reach hint. The detective, he said, hud been instrumental In sending him te jail years age and he cherished a grudge against him. Lively would net admit he had planned te murder the detective also, though police believe this is se. The arrest of Lively and his mur derous attack en Patrolman Wilsen created such strong feeling in Vlne lnnd. with open mutterlngs of n lynch ing nnumg the crowds en the street, that the police spirited the prisoner out of town. He was taken te 'the Hrldgeten jail. There vvere threats of lynching In Mt. Helly ale, the Burlington County seat und therefore the authorities were afraid te take him there. Livelj, desperate, tried, te sheet hi.s way clear wheli he vns detected In Vineland shortly after daybreak this morning. That he did net get away was due te the herolsin.ef I'ntrelmau Wilsen and Patrolman Flerentina, who made the nctunl capture. Hundreds of photographs of Lively, a Negro who leeks like n dark-skinned white man. has been sent out by Bur lington County police following the dis covery e little Mathilda's body in the cellnr of Llvely's home nt Moorestown, aenie dus nfter her disappearance. Keeegnie, Lively When I'utrelmuu Wilsen and Flor Fler cniiim, changing bents, saw a dark, thick -set man shuffling along the read, tnncl-Ntnined nnd weary, at 0 o'clock tuls morning. Violent inn thought lie recognized the brutal murderer who had cut the child' threat and disemboweled he.-. They fallowed. lively, though walking with a wenrj shuffle, was going at n geed rne. It was at Feuiih nnd Weed (treets. in Vineland, thnt the pa trolmen saw their quarry. The two pa trolmen tried te catch up with Lively, but he was a geed distance ahead and giiing fast. As the patrolmen hurried nfter Live ly they met Jesse Shelden, of Vineland, in his jitney. .Shelden tinned hi.s car, the patrolmen jumped In. und they sped sftir the fugitive, who apparently was making fur I.nndis Park, nt the ether side uf town, half a mile from the place Where he was first seen. He had net yet reached the purls when the car overtook him. Sheets Patrolman "Livelj, I want yen," said Wilsen. The Negie did net answer, but w hilled at the patrolman und drew a revolver. As he leveled it Wilsen threw up his left hand, as if te ward off the shot. Livelj never hesitated, but pulled the trigger in a flush. The bullet clipped llsen's lingers unci entered his left breast, just above the heart, embedding "."(if in tin- muscles of his back. I.lvdj (uiillj turned and run us the pati'ilman vent down, rierentinn was Rj't'lng out .if tin. ear ns Wilsen fell. He emptied hi Kvelver at Ltveh, then went te the ni of hi eemrnde. Wil Wil eon was still cunxcleiis, hut n bloody lern was ut his lips, and Flerentlna jaw he would die if they did net get him aid. r'lerentinn lifted Wilsen into the back JMit of the cur, making him as com cem com ferti.hle as he reuld, and instructing Bliclden te drive as fast ns possible te the Mnelnnd Hospital. rierentinn rang the bell of a house r.Mr the pt uhere Wilsen had fallen. Wrtert the householder came te the deer tin' patrolman exp'aiued what had hap IK'iikI und asked if there was u shot shet M'n In tile house. Luckily there was. He took the gun, with both chambers leaihd, but diil net wnlt for an nddi ilirtl supply of iiiiiiiiunltien. Livilj bud nil, en te the park, a quarter of n mile .listnnt. In the growing light of sunrise Fior Fier jntiiid MIW Lively new and then, but jer the most part the murderer managed Je keep hidden. The chase was a mnt w "f cautious crawlings around clumps CI bushes and swjfj rushes in the open w avoid a snap shot fieni the hidden "jgitie. Fliiu'iitlna kept close te yvi'Iyn trail, gt.idiinllj drawing up en Lively kiifu he was followed, and waiting his chance te dispose ei lerentlna us he hml f Wilsen. The PatrlIlmll i...,!!.,.,! u.ere was danger of jmiusl, and ut Inst the danger was naiiwd, for ns he enme from behind .i Sn.iV"1' lMvh ,'t', twiw- "t nlmusi peintblnnk range. eari'ii" Hl'"'! Wi'nt ,viI,1 Flerentlna, Srmin"..ef 1,is 'Nn (,nner '" '' '' leiniinntlen te get his man at any cost. nih lied ucress the open te the (pet wheie "e knew Lively wiih hidden. is. i "'J111' 1"ul UiUen " chnnce en all Jlc chambers of Llvely's reelver be JDB empty when he ruslied the mun'n Cenilnuril en I'mte Six. Column (inn Y.ht" 5'011 think, et wrltlnt. mat or nuiTiNu .ijv. Enttred as 8eend-C!M Matter at the rostemce nt Philadelphia, Pa. Under the Act of March 3. 1870 Chronology of Events Up te Lively Capture Mnthilfin ltusse, seven yearn old, disappeared from home June 4. June f, ,Llvcly, unsuspected of the erline, went te Brldgcten, but returned June 7, nnd hung around until June 11. June 10, clilld'n body found burled In Llvely's rellnr. June 11, Lively seen in Mnortvi Mnertvi Mnortvi tewn, but net arrested, eh finding of body luul Been kept Reeret. He escnped, rnmc te Philadelphia, eel eol oel looted neme wages due him here, und tiien disappeared. Many times reported -.eon, but al ways it was the wrong man. Aggre gate of .$2300 offered for him in re ward. Kent his way yesterday from New New Yerk te Brldgcten, nnd walked last night te Vlnelnnd. rrested there tliiH morning, after he had shot Pa trolman Asa Wilsen. New Senater Will Net Give 'Up Organization Pest, Baker Announces I n Q O 1 u D i SEEKS FEDERAL Senater William K, .Crew, successor te the Inte T'nlted Stntes Senater Knox will continue iih chr.irmau of the He publican .State Committee. This was stated definitely today by W. Harry linker, secretary of the State Committee, before lie left here for At lantic City, where the new junior Sena Sena eor from Pennsylvania is resting for a few days. "There Is nethhi; in the rules which mnkes it Incompatible for the Senater te held the chairmanship." Mr. linker snid. . ' Several factors are said te have caused Crew te decide te held en te the committee leadership. The first and iest important is the power he wields ever the State organization. Anether factor is said te he concerned with Federiu patronage. Senater Knej. left all patronage matters te his col league, Senater Penrose. It is be lieved that as Stnte Chairman Crew will be in a better position te insist en a share of trn Federal jobs in Pennsyl vania. , The third factor involves the women voters. Mrs. Ilnrclie II. Warburton chairman of the Heimh.Icim "Weiiumi of the Htnte. is vice chairman of the State , (emmittee. 1 he rules provide that the """'fJ 's i" piesKic in rue aesence or i ine cnnirmnn. Mtate leaders arc sn i te believe that the women iriight insist en even greater recognition if Crew yielded the chairmanship. I YOUNG FORGER'S TEARS FAIL TO WIN HIS LIBERTY ! . "-'"'-," Father Was Wllllnn. hut Malt. , a .w Insists en "Lessen" Albert Miller. .Tr. 'je-,') v..Pti, i!0..., street, sat in Magistrate Medeary's , court this morning with tears streaming i down hi.'i face, while his father, an tip- ' heisterer. tcstltied that he had forged , his name te two checks, which lie cashed, one for $,"() und the ether for S.'iO, STATE GUARD DISAPPOINTED Pennsylvanlans Eliminated Frem Unknown Soldier Burial Service Washington, Oct. 10. Pennsylvania nnd New Yerk National Guard units, originally selected f.,r participation in the exercises incident te the burial of the American unknown soldier at Ar lington Armistice D.ij, have been elim inated from the program and only ttoeps nearer Washington will be used. Limited funds ptev'ided bj Congress te care for expends of the (eremeiiu-s were said te lie ii-pensible for tlc-ir elimination. Itev lsed plans . all only for troops fiem the District of Columbia National Guard und Federal commands et nearby Virginia and Maryland stations. Fur ther curtnllment in original plans pre-1 vides that only holders of the Cen- lfl.jJellll Ml lllll if I I. I II it T tl I., till ! I f,l r-1ll'll(ll .III Mill 1 I 1 ten.. "IIO i l t - tlcipated in the World War will lie invited te nttend ut the Government's expense. Other Medal of Hener men will, however, be invited te participate in the ceremonies, but must pay their own expenses. MOTHER DIES OF BURNS Made Futile Attempt te Save Life of Daughter Burns retcived when she tried te save her foiirteen-jear-elil daughter ('nth eiine fiem burning te death last Thurs day caused the death yesjerday In the Samaritan Hospital of Mis. Mnrj 1 1 it m til. forty-four years old. of j'2'.il North Twentieth street. The daughter died shortly after sustaining her ip jurles. EDITOR TURNS ON 0BREG0N Fermer Supporter Assails Mexican President and Congress Mexico City. Oct II).- (Bj A. P.) President Ohregen's administration wns subjected te scathing criticism to te iliu ill un cdlteiiul printed by the news pnpi'r Fl I'nlveisul und signed bj its editor, Felix F. Palavlcinl. The journal, which has been a consistent supnei'ter of President Ohregen since his Inau guration, deelnicd Congress was Incom petent nnd that there was little he e that anything geed would come from It "Although united at the beginning of the Ohregen Administration." the nivvspaper sii.vn, "Cengiess is new di vided egnlnst Itself nnd Is wasting its time in personalities and petty matters, tergetfiil of the needs of the nation." The Ohregen Cabinet Is vigorously criticized, it being tlutly asserted the lerelgn iclutieiiN department Iiuh fulled te create fraternal relations, even with Latin-American ceunti'lve, CROW WILL REMAN ASSTATECHAIRMAN vvnen t ne tatiier saw ins son s tears puni c uiiimeu an obligation which the f ' ' ' '"";,'; ' t',' he .e tli He h" Id emmittee and he said this morning that he wanted te forgive him and with- puling generations had net dulled. back into tbe tel ei ihenc tot Il'llt ''-'"the pai.ers wiuild be leitd e replace d-nw the. charge, but Magistrate Me- "Helb, ting today en the ihevlul.l,. ! " th : and he e he ' "rn;1uht Tin, thieves that entered Hepr.H..,, a- denrv objected. n ess of our pnrtlcipntien. en our tlcn of , ' "? nn'' w,,,t "'h tm eahtl tive Longworth's. office vim- net se sue I "If you forgive him new. 'said the kinship, friendship und fellowship. nd ; rc"- ... ,. ,,0( he believed icessful. The method of .ntrnnre wns h",f W-;- 1 t ldm 'ge0 .Kurt lull ""PrniM"K nn'W ,,W tl-'":lr ' XTSr m Arch llr t that .',ed in getting into Mr. Ie hUl$tiJ? ; ,nt I - -- ,. -,.., J,r tr .t. TUe ilcteetives went te the n , - m--kp , , he, ,h,pn SeSr Jri nr" "ls Rn w,,s AUTO COST HIM HIS WIFE j,?tr' "" un PRESIDENT PLEADS F LASTING AMITY WITH GREAT BRITAIN Future Breach of Peace Un thinkable, He Declares at Yorktown Celebration INQIQTQ II Q MIICT Jll"iT IN&l&lb U. b. MUbl IMUI SUBMERGE NATIONALISM) U.v (lie Asseclafrd Press V( i-litiiuii, Va.. Oct. 10. A doctrine of enduring friendship between the T'nlted States nnd Oreat Hrltaln wer pronounced by President Harding today at a ceremony commemorating the final surret.der of the IJrltish expeditionary forces here te the llciolutienarv Arm; of AVashingten. . I .Surrounded by high officies of his Administration, and standing wlthhr dght of the spot where Cernwnllis laid .down his sword in 17S1. the I'rcsl- I dent declared in deliberately chosen wcnis n sentiment of peaceful relation .'hip hctwu the two great English- "peaking nations for all time te come. 'Tl,.. ..1.1 ..I t.l ... ,,.. .. That cither should ever nciiln lift tl sword iignlnst the ether, he said, inns'- ee tmthliil;al)le." Four members of the Cabinet, in- ' ludlng the Secretary of State, were in tlie company of officials who heard the pronouncement and participated in the anniversary demonstration. Other dis tinguished guests included prominent memlMTS of the Diplomatic Cerps nt Washington. Ce-operation of All Nations Vital In the course of his prepared address, the President also took occasion te re new the Natien's pledge of participation In the broader affairs of the world and declared his belief that the time had cerne for "essential co-eperntion" among nations genernllv for the better ment of the world. "W'c must net claim for the New World," said Mr. Harding, "certainly net for our Celonies t.lene. all the lib eral thought of u century and a half age. There were liberal views nnd at tending sympathy in Fngland and a passionate devotion te mere liberal ten dencies in France. "The triumph of free,!. .m in the American Celonies greatlv sti. ngthencil liberal views in the Old World. Inev itably, this liberal public opinion, ij,.. liberate and grown dominant, brought (rent TIritnin nnd Ani'iica te u police of accommodation und pacific adiust ment for all our differences. There has been honorable und unbroken pence for nt .fit tin,,, n nnt.lMH,' . .... ... - . .. m...i i.n(.. .,i ,;'.., 1 i . '..";" u,, jn the World War. and a ftttuie ' breach of our peaceful and ft iendlv , relations is iinthinknble. In tile trtts- teesli n i,f nr..sen- ,, ,.i,.ii!-.,i were naturally ariayed together, and tiie convicliens of a civilization worthy of that costly prescription will exult peace and warn ajalnst conflict for all time te come. "Our thoughts have lately been ten- if - T1 with i.e . which made history en the scale of a world, rather !&"?' U C?"t,.!5Lt- .llK'" i ,, suiue. ii is me icspen or real tn- terdependence among the nations which lead civilization. ,)l'1'' in l"rance Paid "In our great crisis', nearly n centei'v f.tnl n half ego. France came te our aid and made our independence nessible In her supremely nnxleus hour w. elellv went te her support and did our part te secure ner iiucrty. . grateful Man Says Weman Toek Salesman ! When She Bought Car Ididlcj V. Armstrong, fermerlj u motorcar snle.sniun. wns placed en 'trial today before Judge Beiiniwell in the Municipal Court en n chnrge nude bj Hubert J. Shirk, who caused the arrest of Armstrong and Mr. Shirk lust July. .vimstreng nnd .Mrs. tstiirk were nr rested I., n I.,,.,., ..,, rifM....ii..i near Baltimore avenue. TheT firsi .,. I . . -i. ( (-! en a hi i -riL.111 ,i oil T T- Li. i in-j nrsi met w hen Mrs. Shirk who reeentlv inher- '"'' if"1'1 WPnt te a "a,e"re"m te euv an auie. i . a.-v., - I Police saj Armstrong deseited Ins wife and seven-year-old child in Buf fale MASHER STRIKES IjIRL Police Seeking Man Who Hit Mevie Theatre Cashier WWH IV. The police are searching for a man who is said te have struck Julia Bess, seventeen years old. Ill 12 Gould street. The girl is cashier of u meving-pic-ture theatre nt Flftv. second Lir,,i e,,.i Woodland avenue. She told the police ' t iiui en .uiiiidiiy nigur, vvnen she wus returning from her work, it man ac costed her. As she attempted te escape, she said, he struck her in the face. She screamed and the man struck her again. He then (led. PINE STREET HOME ROBBED Burglars Get $500 In Sliver Frem Dr. Shenkln's Heuse Burglars broke irte tie home of Di. Julius Slienkln. et I'-M Pine street umi stele !?.r00 worth of silveiwaie, some linens and a small amount of cnnli last night. Tiie reblxry was linevered by Mrs. Slienkln, vfhe found the lirst tleer ran sacked, with contents of drawers lit li red about. Sonic of the furiiimiiigs v re damaged HELD AS THEFT SUSPECT Tenderloin Habitue Apparently Was Robbing SleeplngMan Arthur IVvliic. of Vine streit near Fifth, a Tenderloin denizen long known te the police, was held in !K00 buil .'or court this morning en the charge of at tempted hlghwnj robbery. Police Lieutenant Cnrlln, of, the K'cventli and Winter streets stntteii. 1 nppeni'd te miss Fifteenth and Audi stieets eaily in th" morning, when I ovine was sivmlngly going through the pockets of Jeseph Davis, 17,'t North Twentj-jllflh street. Davis, vnitiiui en ii i'u. i-ten fcr r trellev enr. 1'iid fullvn ttslvee. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1921 Closes Shep en Account of Death, Then Ends Life Wayne Man of Sixty-one, Still Grieving for Wife Lest Three Years Age, Put Up Sign and Then Shet llimself I Charles N. Teancy hung n sign, "Closed en neoeiltit of death In the family" en the deer of his little tinshep en Plant avenue, Way he, en October 0. Tcanej, a man of sixty-one. went1 u inn ic-wioeui. ii-mi un jiiijic, unii.:, - "cored n few lines In the first clmpter of llcvelntinns and then llred a revolver! te his bedroom, rend Ills Bible, under "Vls ,neut ' "httW'rhiK part e "1H The suicide was discovered nt 8:.'iO o'clock this morning, wlien a friend, ulnrmed at llndlng th" shop closed, .ailed Chief Hweeliey, of the ltndner Township police. The shop deer was broken. Tenney's body was en the bed. His stiffened lingers were iIesd nbeut the pistol butt. The lllblc lay en a small table near the bed. Underscored were there lines : "And when I saw Him I fell nt His feet as one dead. And He laid his right hand upon me, saying, lenr net; I ntn . the lirst and the last, and the Living ; last wool; und re.iu th- sign. One: nnd I wns dead, and beheld, I am Wetzel went te tin- lnp again ted.ij alive for evermore, and I hne the kejs-j nnd then detrmiti"d te netlfj Cuief of dentil and Hades.' ,Sweenej. Corener V. .1 Dennelly, of Tenncy had been despondent sin e Lansdowne, took c'i irge of th beih the death of his wife Murj three jearsiPeth (.(Ilcials said tliep wit- no rtn ( ( age. They hnd no children ' Friends ' the grieving man killiM himself ACCUSES FRIEND Fifteenth Street Clerk, First Suspected of Faking, Causes Man's Arrest PRISONER CARRIES G00DSI William i. P'Khnnnn. a clerk in j fiiiilferd's linberdashery, 27 Seuth Fif- teentli street, who told police bandits, held him up in the store last night and e.vaped with $00. later admitted one of ( ,. li.iT.illfi." ., u , ,Vln TTe nin.li. tiie eaiMiirs wus . trienn. lie mnee , , . ,. ,. , , , the ndmlssi.i'i, folic siy. after ,ie had b'en ncfttsi'd .if planning the alleged robbery. The poll, e. responding te the bold- 1 cm. leunil Jim r.annn none, no ai t.i .- men i,nil i.iwtieit htm into n tele- r phone booth at the point n ?"," 5?" I through th" .auh rcglste; packed two suitcases with silk nnd ether articles and departed. 41111 111' It f"'1": leirctl es ,uc uiii'ui;!! imsi.r' ',....1 f..L..K1nn.t t. .....-..! t.. .,,nil'i. t.trc T . .1 t ,..1l....'. TT...,Apf, I.llll ..II I 411 li.lt, i rial mi iv n-.. ., ..... and became suspicious. Detective Acfite "Vnu iViined this veurself." 'aid A Te- Cullough . Huchatmn "ffi down. 'r ,ll1,,'f frnme it he K.1UI. Iltir ' one of tiie held-up men was Ld thab fnnt ii friend I have known lev t'-n years. I just get into town, this after noon from the West ttnd'-l met- hinv-en the street. We made nn engagement for tonight. 1 met him and we walked i. round town for a .vhile. About 8:30 ,''le(k T lett htm te come back te the ('ere .'ml tjeunt tne menej- unu ciusc tip. I hud been in the store enlj ten minutes when he and another man walked in. "Helle. Kd." I .nid. He stuck a I . . ....... 1.1. 1. 1 I....U ..... .i..t ' ? H W n he 'Saw iir tectlves he ran. but was captured at Fifteenth street nnd the Parkwaj 1I...1 -'.. :.. lrniuT ,,."', , m OF HOLDING HIM UP i i..eki. nnil the i erectives wniteu. nueriij ...v.... ... .v... ...... ,.,.. hand when captured .md wus wearing Time Since Napoleonic Wars nu overcoat stolen from the Guilferd 1 Londen, Oct IP lj . P i The store. He also had Buchanan s watch I situation in Hnlat.i .is regards trade i i--j ...LI .1, lliiniinnnn miijl.. i... i .i 1" "is ecaei. vv ii.-.. .." ......... ....... "P ""w ''"'"-' ' ill v. .. .1...... lido Hire run Illlll. I ... i u '" .,'." .. "l"-.. .,n i . t....,.inv. .v I III! TUTir IV 111 IWIM' tX in liwiiik l"i. en.1 Buchanan is being detained pending . t, . n..iV ...1 ilmt .InrinL' the held up Chalfant hnd 1'easted thnt he held inn the Prlclc tt drug store In Lrjn , Mnwr several weeks age. Chulfent was held without bail by Magistrate Grelis and Buchanan was I held in SKKHI ball en suspicion of con- spir.iev. Chaltiint retused te talk in the bearing, but Buchanan told the same story that he told the police, add ing that the reiwen he did net tell them at em.e was bemuse he thought he would be suspected of ei.iplicltj if he admitted hi.s acquaintance with t nai- "nt 12 DRY AGENTS ASKED TO TURN IN RESIGNATIONS' i Rutter Refuses te Give Out Names i. nrnpna m nr unpiiiH rurn i. Fired" Ul L.II1W. w.ev..,. ..-.. - The rislgnutlens of twelve enforce-' inent agents were demanded teili.j, As - seciute Prohibition Director Kutter an- I iieunced. He declined te give the names. I of the men Collector of Internal Bevenue Mc- Caugiin culled en Mr. Butter and asked if the director's office was te he moved te llurrisburg. The collector explnined lie needs mere room for his office force und that lie will take ever the prohibi tion headquarters in the Van Dam Building, Tenth and Market streets, if the prohibition force Is moved. ' RADIUM USED ON EYES I i Experte Here Told of New Treat-1 ment for Growths j Methods bj which growths miv be Tiiimwd from the ejelid, vvlpVh is vir tuullj restored te its natural size nnd shape In an operation in which a radium needle is used, were demonstrated in an illustrnted talk today by Dr. Wil liam Clark, before the American Acad emy of Opthalmolegy and Oto-larjn-gelogy In session at the Bellevue-Stratford. About 700 physicians are attending the meeting!. Or. William C. Finnoff, of Denver, spoke en hew the eje socket may be restored te fit u glass eve after Its normal contour has been accldrntalh utbtreyed, said Touney tarely smiled niter his wife's passing and that he frequently expressed h desire te be with her lit death. Chief Sweeney (Wet the date of the suicide en information given by Jehn . . '.;,, rI'a" 7, of Wayne, who called and 1 eecaslminlh with the lonely tinsmith. Davis said he i,n Teanev en Sun day, October II. Tl" following day li" culled again, but the shop wus closed. A penciled sign iiunnuuci.il It wns cleued en account of u death "In the fumllj." IJnvls said he belle-ted one ,t Teanej's relative-, had died. He had u brother, I. M. Tanej, of Norri.stewn, said te be ninety-two years old. "To ward the end of lust week Davis culled again. The shop wus still closed. C. M. Wetzel, a director of the Wayne Iren f'-impanj, who was in terested in Teancy nnd helped hirn ec- cusiennlly with his u. counts, also called GET CLUE TO STOLEN Bex That Held It. Stelen Frem , Jehnsen, Found in Office Building PRIVATE PAPERS NOT TAKEN, The box entaining the .i.imri ,,f the llergdell congressional invi tigati..n and s( me prlvute papers, wli'.-h was stulen ' from the office of Itepresentntlve Jehn-'j 'son, of Kentucky, in nhingten. was j leltnil Cnrl.V tellllj lltl the fifth tlllOr llf ' .. TT ' . , ., .. . . . . . t i the Heuse efhee building. At jus! about i that tlmi. Kepresentntite L.mgwerth. of j Ohie, announced that h.s office hud been entered. ' The uex tuKen lr.r. l!..pi. sentative j ti.lincnti'u .iltti.i. ttnil I....,, t.vnl. ..,. nitnn un,l UH the papers relating tu the Her: .,.,, .. . , . , , ..., .- s i dell matte.- hnd he. n tnlten from it. L'mpleyes ,,f the building reported the fMriM If ll nn ttfl.lFVAIM.Ie.l Lltl.lllirn ITI.k-ll II was fvep.M with nihbih. I If,.. .. 1 !.! !.... .'.' I .. III,..CI1 ' Mltll.llt, l Mil, a hurried crimination ut 1 ." ! i ii;ie:'s that were net remevd. U-p- fcentatit e Jehnsen said mm of Lis Ipriviite letters had been takn, but c. cm imnp et paper had been examined. ! Ir' Jehnsen hud u sbrt conference v h Speaker .Jlftj-.t this morning after announced th.it everything possible '" "" ' "r .i.e. .,,.-. ... hiiii 111-11 would be done te capture the thieves. Fingerprints of all the empleyes of the building will be talwR today bj the pollce for comparison with the numer ous prints left ull ever the office. These prints were particularly no !.iceable en the pan' of glass removed te gain entrance. The burglars entered Mr. Jehnsen's office bj walking along a narrow ledge and removing the glass. The documents taken were vcr.. vnlu -abb-, Representative Jehnsen wrote the majority report fe,- the I!"rgile: LLOYD GEORGE PICTURES ENGLAND'S TRADE CRISIS 'Unemployment Worse Than at Anv ami unemployment worse tnan at anv .1 .1 I . .t . "'" "w the cm! et ti.e .Mipoieenl end ei Wars, declared Pr.me .Minister Llejd Geerge in the II..u-c : Commens to day in outlining he Government's pol icy en these two -objects. At present, he s,,i,l, 'bete are l.T.'H, 000 persons uneii'plej. d. and added thut the greatest ituc!ijp'.j uc nt. te the e-;- BERDOLL REPORT r. i tent of 17 per s't was in the metal trades. He declared th.r tl .tiisCs ter this situation could .,:! (. -limmed up in one word w in . As ii part of tne Government" plan of alleviation, he s.i:,l die Government proposed te as't P.nlinm. nr ter an ap- . propriutien of another c.'IOO.niH) ,e ' ''nnblc ex-service men te emigrate ti the iloininlens, vvhttin r he said Ce.imkII already hud settled with Gevernmwr. assistance. New Harvard Bridge Proposed . ....... .. ... ... iv-a.siiiiigieii, ii,i. hi -tieviTiiiiient lensent t,, th.. . ei..- :, t i..n of a draw - ui-iugi- in n s wim i minis Jiusin, ,.,..,.. llestllll Hill I lllnhrlltCe t.i ,.n . . place the Hiir:.id Bridge, would be 'Kiven under a bill iiiiulul faverablv jestenlay bj tie II. u-c (Vimiiieice Committee. Diaz Sendt, IV erd of Faith and Friendship te I'. ,S. New Yerk, e - 1!" d'.v A P. . The following -t.it, ment was -ticd today bv ijencrul Inn, while en the ai my tug Lcvlngten. ul,,,.), brought him f.em the steuinship te the Bntterv . ' As I -ippr, ,i. h t e Ameri, an herts I greet heartily tne great Nn. tlen which is the home of se many Italian people ami which has given se noble nn cumi!e of human soli darity and oetucption of civil rights and duties. "Through tiie American press I send a word of f.ulh and friendship and an expression of the work of these valorous Anierfiun soldiers wlie lest their lives en the battle, fields of Kurepe and generously gav, themselves up for their high ideals of justiie ami liberty." Published Di .. Kxcft -tiinfjiiv. C'epyr'KM, inai by GUNS THUNDER WELCOME TO DIAZ "MAN OF DESTINY" Italy's Military Idel Greeted by Cheering Thousands in New Yerk FREEDOM OF CITY TENUhHtU GENERAL BY MAYOR HYLAN li tin Associated Ptes New Yerk. Oct. 10. New Yerk today welcomed Itnlv's "man of destiny, " fieneral Armande Diaz, commander of t'he Italian armies toward the end of the World Wnr. who a'rrlved here en his' way te attend the convention of the American Legien at Kansas City. Frem the time the steamship Oiu v.ppe VprdI, escorted by destroyers, "tnrted up the harbor, until he had landed at P.uttery Park te b" driven te Cltv Hall te -.coeive the city's freedom I whistles nf liarber era It 'irieked n rciisy welcome Crowds i'h"ered at the P...ttery. 'icner.il T'laz plainly was asnished .it the warmth of the greeting and con tinually saluted in response te the I'luunits or aumtrer". t'emmlttecs representing the Ameri can L'-irien. renresenfatlves of the nrmv and navy, diplomatic delegations and officers of Italian societies went down the bay und gave him the first greeting. ' As the steam.siiip passed (Joverriers Is land, in sight of tf-e Stutwe of Liberty, the gins at the for' thundered n salute, which was returned . Ituttcrr l'niK Packed Rattery Park, at the tlp f Manh- .. t..i..:..i ....... i..i ...i.i. . .i.. tan island, was packed with" a tul waving mass of humanity, estimated te number 10.00(1. Mere than half w r "; ',r,erh' "nv" ?"' receive,,, t Italians. The tri-cebft- of Italv nnd the I thr..fnt'- "! m"T1 Ulan 10 ""' , Stars and Stripes tluttered together.' . l ''.re '!"u' heen numerous demon Three bunds h-lned in the welcome. j Orations bj radlcut .'lemcnts ,n Ita'" As General iJiar. stepped ashore and ev' r t,,:s '"'" ""V1, y1! ' emmunist steed nt salute, th" cheers echoed and , ""P'trers here in Paris have taken u., re-echoed up through Mie cunvers tK" "ampiiign. urging their followers te formed bv th" skjs-runfrs along P.reiv!- I I'rut"t te the Lmbasay and anneiincl-i; way. Three hundred police. 100 of tneu. a mass.-neeting for Irlday. It i re mounted, p-verted 'he general te Cif. ' l.1ert"" ' attempt te demonstrate in Hull, where Lieutenant Governer Weed " tr""t ,of tnp r.mbasy is b"!ng planned and Majer Hylan v ere wulting. Ixn-ei r" -"-low this meeting. Hinadwny stepped business and shmitel ' Th Paris police and the French its welcome. Every window in the tall 'Government depattmentn ha- -'nitiuted 1 nil. lings wns crowded with persons precautionary measures. The Hmhassy. i i.'.ieiis te get a glimpse of th gMiernl I it is stmed, v ill be well guarded both Ttulj's picfiiresque military leader , en Friday and later, en the day when received bis opportunity te rve'il his it lias been reported Ler- the pritener genius during his country's (inrket vete te be exicuted. hour, after the Cnporette disaster en th. I-(.nze front in October. 1!H7 th. I-onze front in October. 1PI7. .n , wh:. h 'JtMj.titMi Italiun soldiers und 700 , guns ver- captured '.v the Austre- "",VPSKd;,V V- Iui.se atter th! stuggerir.? defeat. Gen- SSiJKw!: Cadorna. struck blew niter blew nnd w-'th P.ritish and Fr.-ueh aid drove the invader back. T'nd.T the leader-.i.'f. of Genem' iv., fVe tetfertni? morale of the Ttr,Hnn n,.p I "- : , ., - ,, - speedily recovered. A new llehting s))irit wis areuspil, and. filled with fresh ardor for victory, hi-, soldiers preparen confidently te check the enemy advam-v nerd's the Piave It'ver. As Diaz hnH planned, the Austrian tide was stemiied Iteb.ibllltatsl It.illrui Armies Fer a ye.ir after, while a stalemate or the batt'ie'retit etstc('. General Dia? i-eh.xbi'iitii'ed and rejuvenated his armies In October, l!'l. he smashed the Auk rinn front, drove u vislgTn the Aus trian line and routed !.e ftr with 1,.K of thousands of their men .jnd quatti- ties of artillery. Tic t.sr.;ailS s'led for peace a week after the Italian of .-ll. . fensive heg.iti. .r. armistice Was siR.,. el. and I!az had redtimed "Italia Ir riilenta." II'." t'liim'ina! entry into Trieste w.- the 1 n.a of the caw I algn. Gener.il 1. v as horn :n Naples, si.-.ty j cat- a go II- .vns a student of war from c' ildhi ..'. ;.;s forbears hav- IflO fill!llvf 1T tT.t il1i.,lurtniA ih. IT! . up. .Iconic wnr n,.iF., nrde, i:,:, .i. ,. n ln.ni,.i. .... ! Illk !'!. lit 111 II.' Oi"'ll I'llll iv il rs riiu ---..(, ...... t ...- -' uii in 'I'imuii i in i his men and 1 is tireless er.erL-v in n. . Icul times when demoralization threat ciimI their lighting etib !eiiv. s0rvtd te hearti n their. High hoiier wer.- enfer:e. en the General by his cur try etid he wns dec orated bj King Albert of Belgium. The inhabitants of Venire, in gratitude for th" saving of their beautiful cltv. ure nted the warrior with a. golden sword. "FINING SQUIRES" AUTO CASE DECISIONS REVERSED Judge Eremall at Media today discharged nx of rhe defend ants in the fanieub Millbeunic "fine mill" cases. The defendants, were found guilty by rining Squire" Ycrkc of nulatiens of rhe speed laws. DISASTROUS PRAIRIE FIRE IN NEBRASKA OMAHA. NlbB.. 0:t. 10. The worst prairie fire in a Jecade in the vicinity of Callaway, Neb., swept that territory ycutevday. burning a strip seventy in'ies long and ten miles wide from North Platte neithfusi. It started, presumably, irem a spark from ,i locomotive. Everything in the path of the flames, was destroyed. Scettb of hersct. and cattle which sought protection by huddlin" together in cauyeiib were burued te death. Bins erected in the srulu btubblc fislcis -Vvic dctitreycd with thtir ceatentb. THINK BOY KIDNAPPED Camden Lad's Mether, However. Be lieves He Is Drowned Search for Pa'.l Cnrliu. thriv-vem-eld Cnmdi'ii boy. who disappeared from his home at 27.(1 Concord avenue, con cen tinues: imdcr t ie direction of Cltv 1 ...,. lln.n... nn... .1 . - . . . .. 1 ' stricken, believing the bev has been drevvnisl. I'.'ioue- 1 uieirr iue uieciir is Uriel. A kidnapping theeij is bst., ;,rgd, ', ,7 " ,. '" '" n, r ,' ,N. ''It' '''" ';''."" "; " ;'","" were ar ar en the statwaei.t of a Mrn-t-.-ar Zn- k , or m, er b ' K T V1" C ',.' I""' ',"' ", ,",B,B '" OB d.icter w,e saw a b,.j nnswerlng Paul's, ?,',, .Vi!,. , UT. '"lsbl'"d und , Spring Garde,, street near Thirteenth .leserlplien in ..,.., ,1 et a , ,, s ,- ' -V Ii con TtHi ,i ' Tk?X !n, " "'i!l U1 ,!,8,,t" .A ' "'''" ,"'''"8'"l with dls day 1 ev.'lni !(',. e'l-.r V- .. .! , .,',? ,,rnrdlt'Tiu '." U f;in'ln ' desnernte. . ideily ..,. bi. t ,d tl.r. e of beinf dniff dewu ' ' -,n" 1.1 ! , '!:, 1 S-ut. fully nc.. ers fluhivrlntlnn rrl- JO ri Tear V Mali. Pub'le .daer Company Greeted in New Yerk i:nkkai, au.mande waz ftiilj's great ceniinander-lii-clilef, j who retrieved lcterj In the great j war. Hi received nn ovation wlien be .iirivi-d in New Yerif fo fe daj en a visit t, America ITALIANS THREATEN U. S. EMBASSY IN PARIS retest Against Impending Execu tien of Twe Murderers , Paris, Oct Hi - iUy A. P. Threats, te tc,vr ''"un t;'" AmerUu:. ilug ever "'I' An,''ri"1" Hnibassy here an- ren-, tnin-l in m.inj letters v-lib-h have bc -i j rc-it.il n t li Kmb.'.sy !n th" Inst fw dnjs pretest, ny ngulnst the onvlctien ' In 'he t'nlteil States nf N'iciil.. Slice,) 1 Mid Ili.rtolniiiee Vanzettl. two Italians,1 ter the mnt ier of Frederic!: A. Par-' ", 1 . ' . t, " ,' ' turing stablishiiient at I5ruintr"c Ma,u ,It' "' '"' ,uen ,-m an(i j'i- t.'"! '. i ' i'' '''""SJs, ,& I "Ayr X 0cti..n toward M-.fncing the!,.. v . " " '" ui- prisoners in the Hr&intre case has ns ' ,vlnc" representatives of all factions )(, ben taken bj the Mjissuclutsetts i in the railroad strike situation mav SX &X mXl'- .options with a Mew te an anneal bar- !ns !2!l,",'.d t0 Ve"Mnb"- u COMMUTERS NOT SCARED r n-..i ". d.- Jl '. rs...... ' . ' "T .. - I incs eriic iieririrfi vcspivc i nrcavs a" Strike i Bai'.read efflclal." are studying 'he J pubhe's attitude toward th,r thr'-uter.ed walk-out of railroad' empleyes by the 'demand for commutation tickets. At ibefi the Pennsylvania and the Heading etfi, es hi re. the tick"- demand is said ' te tve nerma! i Cemmuter8 .tr bijin? tickets geed for one. ti.rs and sit months, nnd are. :... asking nnj qcestiens. Hailread et- j fie I 's snv this :ne.ins tve ,uiblic lndieves I v. .ilke-.t will net develop. Ti.ejtrica'. i.reducers in this city nie irii,; ter a motertruck ervic; t' ,,r-v ,.. ..,rw flr..l sr.nic eon Iren ftnl l,... "'.- " .'"- I - .. " :rep ether cities in the event of a rail strike The Shuhert management st.it. ,1 ..iuy its plans l.r.ve been com cem p'l'.d ..r.,1 thnt a strike will net inter f re 'vi'1, is scliediil-d productions. Tt e Ii'.tding Ili.ilway tr.utngeineui is tireparP x te advertise for workers te pplaie 'hose who leave their jel - at fi." order of he brotherhoods. ' ' A large ti'imte'r et commuters are ei: . . . , I,e'',p(i f" "'Uiiteer nnd i-elieje men ul.-u al tne. t.Mi te werlt us trainmen and in . - ether een npa. i ,es te help keep the lines Sneak-Thief Gets Jewelry V sl,.,ik-'if e'ltereil fill' he.-e r, Mrs. Fliabctii ICalm. -4!h11 ICnev street jesteriluT and s'eic j.-iveiry valued a .:!m). DESTITUTE FAMILY AIDED Check Frem Ornstein Company Brines Jey te Devlne Heme Aimth.fr centr.bi-M u was recen-iq t, dij by tiie Hvkmm, Priijie lu, ,ru te aid the struggling family of .Jehn .. . """". ""' ni'-aini wnese home nr 'ip7 "V 1 "t , , -' "r s V. Lv .0Y'1K.,"r " !r,"I' tY" Oerge D I Hfhiiri,,.. a(, ..n, ...... !... i knewledsed the aid glvca PRICE TWO CENTS HOPE TO AVERT Unions Outside of Brotherhoods in Conference Today at Chicago 'BIG 5' MEETING TOMORROW; RAIL EXECUTIVES FRIDAY Laber Beard's Proposal for Settlement Supported by President Harding ASK FREIGHT CUTS AT ONCE Immediate Recall of Strike Or der Hinges en Acceptance of Compromise Administration te Back Federal' Laber Beard Washington, Oct. l'.L- (By A. P. , Th- Hailread Iaber Beard v .11 have the full support of Fed r:.l authority in it endeavor te nv -rt the nat'eral railroad strike and ..-ill be eipectnl through the rcBtilt te jiwtify its creation. With the problem definitely as signed te the labor beard for solu tion ant! e'ie)i interested branch of th" Government ready with n defen she program in the event of the strike materializing, no important lc. il development were xpected to day. IJeperts from mii.tnr area head c, erters that steps ere being taken .. lift men new In the service who have had experience in various phages of railroad work are under stood net te be the result of a gen--e.l order from. Secretary Weeks. It .-us said, however, that the Ocn er.il Staff or any e; its subsidiary brushes might undertake such a s-;rvey en its own initiative ns a tniitter of routine precaution. By the Associated 1'ress Chicago. Oct. 19. The first of a ; series of conferences in Chicago at fedde ' the strike call I lssued V the brotherhoods for Oc- I tober 30- bean here ted-- The conferences will continue ever the week end. Three p;reup meetings are-ttcrretraled: " Executives of the shepmem, maintenance of way worker, clerks, telegraphers and ethers meet today, tomorrow, Friday and Sunday te decide their attitude toward the announced strike of the train service empleyes. Brotherhood leaders are en their way here te hear the Government's attitude through the Uailread Laber Beard tomorrow Executives Meet 1- riday llailread executives of the cen tral division meet Friday in Chi cago te discuss all phases of thi strike situation, while executive? of ether divisions meet simultane ously in their own regions. Charged by President Hnrdir.,7 te tnku (ie-y rvissible sten te threttl" tl ... . ... ,-. .. . i r ,r "atencu svnKc, i ..irman xi .11 Ktrten. of the I'nitcd Ba'iread Laber P.earvl. reached Chicago late 1em night. . -n.mg direct from tne Wh.te Heuse. "Tie President is very :inti-i. te de (tythinjr nesstibb" te avrt the. tbreit - ; 1 tied calamity " -Tudg Her'i t snid en .lis arr.viil. "Th.' mnttc has been . I p.ncp-i in tl-r bind.-' . the ueard te see 1 w!iat can ls det.i . Fr.'lg.it rate reductions nppreximatrlv ei.mvnlent te th" 12 pc cent wage re nin tlen in v.agc ordered 'ast Julj J y th labor beard were liuiicated as th ireb.ibli' asic suggestiei t',e heard will propose, with the back'ng e.' the Ad '-.i.istrntien, te avert the -trke President Harding's PLm T' e President'., proposal- include First Ir.ir..''diutc siSi,cr, .. 11 of thi 1 rr.i iinb'.- pending further negetl.i t.ens looking te a sett'.er.i -nt. Se. end. I se of th" brotherhoods' In Weenie e forestall strike erd. rs by any of the ether labor organisatiens new cirsldcritig n -vnlkei't Third Proposal of n pint form en v t ic'i f'tinl settlciii.e t n-.igl t be n'ached e ,n bide these pei.its. with the pre--. i.s 1 th i' there v ;'.l ! r.. strike. 1 A Witlilrnv.nl for a definite period I of the proposed request bv the reads for I further wage dwri-ases. , B Immediate reductler. of freighi I rates bv the reads. Th.s leavis iKn the two jeint.s naid bv h" trnin service nien t,. be para : .Hunt. (ne is the question if time nnd tr. ether is th" cancellation or revision of the eti-tiiig rulit and working conal cenal conal f'ens. High labor leaders have been it dstent that tlnse two joints form '1 c re.i! bone of contention, ulthnugli fl .. brotherheoils' strike vote was taken en the July 1 wage reduction. Just he-1 the T .ill t Heard propew te ,-et nrntind tl -. two Htuinblln-, ' e-ks has net -eel 1 ade rbni I A special dlspntel, published In Hie Cuntlntietl nn I'air TJilrtirn, Cnlumn Out TEN NABBED IN VICE RAID Drugs Alse Are Found in Spring Garden Street Heuse nun und fiv A aliu'ii q. 1.111' it 1 e drug's -, deir.edk 0 T PARLEYS 1 'I I: il J V m.