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.- ry i J- ;ti vwt. t a z i : -;' r X I' r THE WEATHER Unsettled nnd colder tonight followed by fair Friday fresh westctly winds. TUtrKB.vrunn at kacii heuk - 1" 8 1 QUO in Ul i i a I ''! -M r. k wi m r,: m r,r infT i I VOL. VIII. NO. 32 $15,000,000 IN LIQUOR SOLD IN PHILADEPHIA ON "Q UEER " PERMITS Floed of Whisky With drawn en Papers Signed in McConnell's Name EXTRA GRAND JURY MAY BEGIN PROBE Celes May Be Supplanted by Special Prosecutor te Sift Liquor Scandal MORE ARRESTS PROMISED IN DRY OFFICE EXPOSURE State Director Knew Nothing of Vast Stores of Contraband Turned Loese Upen City SIGNATURES QUESTIONED Fermer Aides te State Enforce ment Head Called te Testify in Conspiracy Case Wl.li.kv worth S1.-i.enO.000 ha been old In Philadelphia in recent months, en nuestlonaUe permit. according te Wwhlngten lnvet ignters working h-re. N'et one pe-mit for any of tills huge fortune In contraband rum was sicitM by Senater WHUani ('. MeCennc'l. State rrohibltleu Director, although every permit bore lilt name. It I' liUttly tlmt a special Deputy rl.rnl Attorney Oencrnl will be as- turned bv Tinted States Attorney den-, . . ' i . . i. .,,.,!! ,i... linunr sjii -1 rnl Da.igherty te handle tie Imuer sit nation in rui aucipniu. It is censidere I possible and even piebable that a special Federal C.rand Jury will be culled te make a complete iiHWtluatlnii of wdiat has gene en In recent nieiitl'.i iuPliilailelpliia. where It.iuer iins lcen "old mere tieeiy than in almost anv etlu r city in the country. Following the conference, henuter MeCennell explnined lie had been there mcrelv for the purpose of arranging an Indemnity bend te cover the freight en n consignment of whisky JiMd last, nlRlit at tiie Piers of the Philadelphia ' i n...i:.... iiniitt-nv Tlie rnllread hZ raunpliifned that' the freluht was, la Wounded In Washington Moun Meun unpaid, nnd it feared flu-re might i tans Formerly Lived Here le tnmbln collecting. T he I nited States I MnJer ,.,,.,, j i,un!.llllt w(1 At erney airn gen im- "- , , Axsec.nie "-...-. ;..',", ami among army officers at Camp 1 ix Iff Mr Kit er refused te explain " "' In aiingten, died at evening l .i i. i,ii,i ..linei it nmi Lewis, near Tacoma. A ash.. "fflr'vlit.fn'riV.Ue.l States t.e,n tin effect, of a gunshot w..,l Att.-rne V . .ffi. e wn- Albert I). Ales- , MiMained during a hunting trip. Anao.'aehemlsl..fl.Si:iSe.ithi:W.th Ma-ier 1 n-nt. left Tacoma mere Xet Mr Alessaii'lre will be a wlt-l'-mn a vl- njii, with a par y of an;.; km tomorrow bele.e the r.uted States I "leers te bun for bear in the asn asn asn fommlssiener. I :Vste,n n1n-"V,H1-1 .He ","s w""n!,'',1 " 1 1.1 III A If lit lull t ,1111111111111 These nctenlshing most iinpertnut unit revehit Ien-.. nre the ,if the day's devel - lnyrs devel-i"'"' r-aicnts In the whlsl.j scandal Held Cinfcrinre With Celes Sriia'nr McCeiiiiell. Associate Di- , ruter Ituttei, Assistant Dins ter Duu enn and S'ie ial Iiuest'sater Wlheni vere suuiiii. ned te the office of I ni'.ed ' Stntes Attorney Celes today for a con- I ferenee. ' Uefeie going into Mr. Cele-,' efiicc Senater MeCennell declared lie would ti-'tlfv tomorrow nt the fuitlier hearing of Sam Singer, reputed "king of the whisky ring"; his partner, Snm Illuui brg; Lmaninl Boekbinder, Rebert Me Curter nml Jehn Kredrich. Tlif.y were Rm-stcd Monday, charged with cen-t-'.ilriu-y te defrnud the Onvertinieiit in connection with whlsltv violation. Si-nnter MeCennell has been subpee-imi-d te testify at this further hearing. I'niler Hiibpneiia also are A. P. Slater. McCnnn.-ir.s former secretory, who was URitnttrllr "tire.l" by Assistant Di rector Duncan after a wrestling mnten for some papers, and II. W. llenner, pfrmlt clerk, nls-e unceremonious! rev ereil from his job whin the Washington Inreftlgatiirs took charge of tlie Phila delphia ethce. Senater MeCennell indicated that hi testimony tomorrow would be that lie never signed u withdinwal permit. Didn't Sign Paper.. "I lime never put my name te a permit since 1 took eliice ns Director," wild Senater MeCennell today, "with the exception of two basic pcrmiu ia ucd in Washington. "It was neci'h-tar for mu te be in dif ferent parts of tlie State and I gave my power of attorney te Mr. Slutef and te Menner'8 secretary, Mins A. M. Hamil ton. I laid entire cenlidcuce in Slater, and did net believe he would tnke ad vantage of me." Senater MeCennell said that the power of attorney given Mlw Hamilton Permitted her te rign permits for liquor in amounts net te exceed one barrel or fifteen casus. He said that no com plaint had been mude that any tif hm Penults wire imprepeilj issued, but that tncjr are being checked up with the ethers. Duncan .Makes Charges Assistant Coininisnlener Duncan de clared Hint "millions of dollars' worth M fraudulent permits have been turned RP by ""-I1 luvi'Mtigatei s." He said that t2.li!".1 """""'t of whisky brought into TOladelplila illegally In the last few "V..U1B wnuid ,-,, ,nt0 many millions. 8 10H nt I n nr -Ml of the information concerning Centlniifil en l'niir Titfntj. Column ThT Kh wg Geerge Toe Peer te Race His Yacht Londen, Oct. 'JO. (Hy A. V.) Wng Ocerge lias announced that III.W? tllL Kmlt ,l0'Ml of economy "w .Majesty cannot afford te fit out ;',r'ynl ynt,,t Hfltanniii for the rnv , il ls " BTrni 'llMippeintment." y 'the announcement, "ns there Is w "Pert in. t njctyu mere." it Entered a eec-end-flnM MMUr nt ltn Poittertlcr nt Philadelphia. Pa. Unr the Act of March 0. 1870 Latest Developments in Rum Scandal Expose Fifteen million dollars' worth of whisky said te huve been brought te Philadelphia en questionable per initit. Director MeCennell, tils former secretary, A. F. Slater, and II. Wil Wil eon Iicnncr, former permit clerk, subpoenaed te testify nt rum hear ing tomorrow. "I never signed n permit." s-iys MeConiiell, explaining Hint he had given Slater power of utleruey te act in his absence. Humer (lint :i special grand jury may be Impnneled te Investigate the rum situation here and n special .Wlhtniil Pulled Static Attorney Ocncral te handle rum cases. WILMNGT0N PAYMASTER ROBBED OF $12,000 Superintendent of Pulp Mill Held Up by Twe Armed Bandits Wilmington, Del., Oct. :().--(F,,i A. P.) Philip Mr-Ken. superintendent of Hi's pulp mill plant of the .lessup A: Moere Paper Company, while en bin way te the pulp works This morning with $12,0110. designed te meet the pay roll, wiih held up bv two bandits, armed with automatic pistols. .Air. McKea was in an automobile, and the money, in bags, was in the ve hicle. The bandits were en feet, nnd, after taking tlit" 'bass of money, they lied across country and seen disap peared. WORLD'S CAT POPULATION INHERITSJrVOMAN'S $60,000 Catnip, Milk and Back-Fence Play grounds Contemplated in Will New Yerk, Oct. 20. (By A. P.) Cat" all mer tlie world will benefit from the SISO.OOO ebtnined by the sale' of the r.wen homestead here. Mis.-i Careline I'wen, who occupied ! the prepertj for years with her two j sisters, had u passion for 'n.tH. It was her dream tliat ',,,,, hU.p pk.llty of ,.atnlp passion ter enring ter j t. every cat i milk and l comfortable backyard fence te pluy en rluring every one of Its nine lives. Shu devoted her life te establishing ' nnnterluins nnd relief organizations for I stray tats, and when she died left nil im ,ilrl.lc,u,,,u,.i1iilrauit work. ii. itk "i tii iu sinn-ir. III lier will because they were net sutiicienlly en tliu.sla&tic about cats. SJI... ,.! .,ff I..- ...... ,!..!.... -.. 1 ...!ll MAJOR FRANCIS J. DUNIGAN, SHOT WHILE HUNTING, DIES u,nwn here, where he fni-iee.-lv lived. ';'- " "'. '"""'. ..' s.-i.-nu ehj- ,"'" - '"i".".'" "''" " ."'I' ,lu 'V'"" V " ' illlljl lit'lUS L-Mllll! 111 l l 1 I IIM- wounded man rcceiwd only what treat ment bis fellow officers could give. .Majer Dunlcan, who wn- twentj i ine jenr old, was it graduate of Wist Point .Militarj Acailemv ml had mtvc.I Mrtualh the entire duration of the war merseas. ictiiriiiig s-eveiul months after the armistice was. signed. BOY, 3, KILLS PLAYMATE Ties Girl, Same Age, te Grindstone, Turns Handle Till She Is Dead PreUdcnce. K. I., Oct. L'0. Mary Szpila. tliree jean old, was found strangled te death en a grindstone in the anl opposite her home en Kim street, Valley Palls, jesterday. Less than a half hour before she had been playing with .lehu Bucke, who is foil" mouths eliler. .lehuin, it Is alleged, fled a cord around his playmate's neck nnd, after fastening it in the shaft of the grindstone, turned its handle until M?Wtu.r an, mere." he said.1 it is asserted, when the deed was done I Mary's young brother, Benny, took his sister's lint lijinie when be stepped in the jard of Jehn Zajac and saw her lying there. Kddie Szpila, ten years old, went te the scene a few minutes later te see little Mary being taken from the grindstone by Mr. Zajac, who gave the child's body te Mrs. Victeria Wejae, (mother neiglibe.- of the Szpila family. BRITAIN DENIES CANARD Repert That New Naval BaBes Are Contemplated Without Foundation Londen, Oct. 20. (By A. P.l-The reports that Oreat Britain is planning the establishment of naval bases in the Bermudas, nt Singapore or elsewhere wen- termed "pure imagination" today by an Admiralty official. The official a'se declared he was un able te understand what Premier Hughes, of Australia, was referring te In his recent speech en the subject. GREEKS DEFEAT TURKS Attack by Nationalists Is Beaten Back Twe-Day Fight Athens, Oct. 1!0- (Bv A. P. ) Turkish Nationalist forces have been (Iff en ted in a sharp battle along the southern end nf the battlefreat in Asia Miner, sns nn official statement issued here. The light began en Monday, and lasted two days, the enemy hurling savage attacks against the (ireek posi tions ever a wide ft out. Following the repulse of these attacks the Creeks aie said te have passed te tlie offensive, nnd te have puisued the Nationalists toward tlie east and southeast. REPORT ANTI-LYNCHING BILL Measure te Step Meb Violence Favored by Heuse Committee Washington, Oct. 'JO. (By A. P.) 'tlie uyer antt-iynciiing hill, Inities ing henty lieiinitleH en dceuh involved In mob actlcii resiilfliii; in the taking of If e, wus erdeied f.iVeiihly reported te day by the Heuse Judjlary Couimlttce. uenma "Queen" en Jury MISS lIHLhN II. KKENAN .Miss Kernati, of 1.S2I Seulli Pones toga slrrel, who w.ik (preen of Hie 11117 rnrnlviil of the Sixtieth and Market Streets Business Mrn's Association. i solving si three u celt 'term its ii .lures'. In t'ommen Pleas Court Ne. 2 G.R. ENGI i Fermer Federal Administrator in Penna. Victim of Septic Pneumonia at Media WAS SIXTY YEARS OLD (ieerge K. Hendersen, who wns nt one time Kederal Administrative En gineer for Pennsylvania, died yester day from sceptic pneumonia at Hetel Idlewlld, Media. He was plxty years old. Mr. Hendersen recently returned from Maine, where he spent the summer, nnd wns preparing te move Inte tlie Hetel Aldine. this city, where he made Ills winter home. Mr. Hendersons peer health fercetl him te nive up his uctive engineering practice nbmit two vears age. Since thtu lie hail been ilelng some eetisuit- i,lc eri. Mp IIomlerKen is surv ved bv his Uvtilnu - Kuneral servlns will be held s-tturdny afternoon nr " e'clwh. nt St. TnnicH' Church, Twenty -recend and Wnlimt streets. P.urinl will be pri- i ate. ylr 7i(,n,crs0n was ,..,i ,- i.u.i.i,.intiin. born ami edu He seiwl his ' '" " '-"" engineering apprcniiccsiiie u: im- ni ... .i . .. i i.. l t il. I !...,!., l uiiniieipaii' Mieps ui mi- nu-.j . .. i IIUIIIOHH wi.ii.u.i... .....v. ... l-leyed ns a diaftsmnnJn the Altoenn , 11- :i .l ........r. .. 1 nlnt lin 'ns mil. I simps et tlie snim; cmiiiiiinj . lie hns tilled the following lusitiens: Mechanical engineer and nKsistant sliej 1 superintendent for the Norfolk and .Western Uaihvaj . Koaneke. Vn., from 1S37 te lsM; assistant mechanical en gineer f.-r tlie Schenectady Locomotive 'Works. Schenectady, N. Y. ; ai.slstunt 'superintendent of motive power for the I Atchison. Tepclta and Santa Ve Knil wuy. Tupeka. Kan.; consulting engi iiec'r Hal'lwin Locomotive Works, Phil- i.delphia. from P.H0 te 1015. Pur several cari he was a consulting engineer with offices in Philadelphia and i. t. .!.. ,i..... i... .. -cw tern, vi mitt iiiuu in- ii . -.- suiting engineer ier ine iniiewnig com- ; panics: The llrazil Itailways, Philip- I pine H.illwav; Missouri Kniisah and iTexas Itailway ; Uarelina, Cllnehucld I nnd Ohie Itailway; Cincinnati. New I 0X3MBfe. faaaaa. , 4Kte MAYOR ANSWERING v limp ' jtBBaBBBBBBaV ' . & ? i ' f fWX vs . Yw Mm i waif r v jsmsmxms, END ON NEER Dl Orleans and Texas rncine naina.v;i rroineuion. ioe. nas ureimui im ' Cnited Hallwavs of Havana; Madeira, ' problem." the Mayer said, adding that 1 Maiuere Kiillwnj (Ihnill), an well as the llroeks High License Law and de I innny i tln-r railroads. i cisiens of the Courts were such n- te ! In 11I1S he was appointed L'ederal make the police of the city virtually i ndinlnistrntUe engineer for Penuslvn- i ii I it . and it was shortly after that his health forced him te retire from ncthe practice. He was a member of the following or ganization.! : Member and niiuiager of Krnnklin Institute: member nnd direc- j ter Kngineers' Club of Philadelphia; i American Mnstcr Mechanics' Assei ia- tlen; American Society of Mechanical Kngineers; Mnstcr Car Builders' Asso ciation ; New Yerk Itnllrend Club and tlie National Oregraphic Society. He was the author of a number of textbooks new in use by engineering societies nnd colleges. "MAYOR ACTS TO U S INTEREST IN 1926 FAIR U . ) AJ.V 1 1VUX iI - x x "" v Redman Wanamtaher If ill Re Asked te Represent Acie Yerk and Kdivard Bek Philadelphia in Nationalization of Project Hy. OKOKOK The Sesqui-Centeiinlal has com menced te ninkii headway. r.vidence of this is fiirtlicem.ng in the preposition te nationalize the project, te remove It from a purely local atiuos atiues phere and endow it w'th a breadth uiul scope that will attract universal atten tion. At the Inst meeting of tin) directors it was divided te invite tlie appointment of nine representative and progressive men from six large cities te co-operate w'th and act as members of the beard. They will outline the scope of the enterprise and tlie best method of car rying It te a successful completion. , T iiiiderstiinil that two names have alreailv been decided upon, M.i.ier Moen, having the uppeiutlng power, though lie will deter te the beard In the selection of the remaining seven. Itiidmnii Wiiiiaiuiiker, new Deputy Police Commissioner of New Yerk. Is te represent that citv, and Milliard B"k Is te be Philadelphia's special repre sentative. Spread Werd In ISurope Mr. Wannuiaker, who 1ms been In llurepe, has been in III health for a short time. 'Mr. Bek. who lias been spending tlie summer in the Netherlands with ills fnmll.i, arrived home n few weeks age. Mr. Bek partlcnlurlv has been deeply 'uterested in the exposition project. During his visit te tlie Netherlands lie succeeded In Interesting Us Oevcrument lifthe enterprise. Majer Moere has taken, In the eti niitn of far-seeing observers anil well vvlsheis of tlie Sesiiii-centennial, the proper step te uatioual'ze the enter prise by this action. It will Insure wider co-operation and will stimulate outslde Interest In the project which, while essentially Philadelphia's, in irnilty hi lungs te tlie liallen,, Tin, cities tentatively suctfebtcd for fflubltc PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1921 HANDS ID, SAYS Tells Ministers Recent Action at Polls Shows People Want Gang Rule HITS MAGISTRATE SYSTEM; FINDS MORE POLICE NEEDED A warm defense of his Administra tion and a statement the public is eil- ilcntly 'iitistied. through their net ley at i the neils, witii gans jnisisures, is til burden of a letter written by Mayer .Moere tedav te the Kcv. Samuel Z. P.atten. secretary of tin: Department of Sncliil IMucntien, American. Ilaptlst Publication Sifclcty, 1701 Chestnut street. ' Last Monday the P.nptM ministers presented the Maer with a set of resolutions covering the banditry and eutluwrv they clnimeil te be rife in this citv, criticizing the miigbtrnte sjstem nnd tlie nlleged lack of police pretec- tle. . . , . , ' The Mnyer'K letter sajs the Adminis tration is doing Its utmost te step nil violence nnd law-breaking in tins city in it "common-sense" fashion. Calls Hotly Net Wholly Informed "Such a distinguished body as veurs," )-as the Miner's letter, "and simllnr large and iiilluentiul groups that should be willing te co-operate with the Mayer ere unfortunately net wliellv Informed as te many phases of law enforcement or nre Indifferent te legal conditions nnd limitations for which they nrc in part responsible. Speaking of the police department, the Mnver called attention te the fact that there are only about 1000 police men in Philadelphia, which is all that Council hns appropriated money for. He nl-e asserts tl.ere arc about four iliniiMiml IniHe-liiill permits issued each jenr in Philadelphia, and if there was a policeman assigned te each of these there wmilil lie noun for IlllV Ottier Werk, lie I Uays there is a wtul need for five Hi ti- i drcil or a thousand mere men. mmniB U0iuh en Old Yerk read from Willow that the police here nre 'as able ami -rve. courageous ti body of men tin are te be, Tll, t.fl,,ttlI.e ,V11S lllllp llll() n scel.0 found in any large city in the '"try. nf spectators, who had been in the po lio also makes It -lear net her l.e H, , , ti,m. ,,,,. ' Myer nor the Director of Public htifetj . 1 1 i-cn crli - were grouped en the biwn in nan nie rigni. 10 uppeiui. .. I"""'"'."' " wiiiiuui. iiiu in-uiimiuii " '- "' Service Commis-sien and could net ills-, clinrge witbut the approval of tlie same , body or the courts. i Says Council Holds the Purse . . .. -.!. i ... !.... ,C nfKe(j lllc 1U1I1IMC1H IO n lliemur. , .p.,..fi ..........ji ..10i(iH the purse strings," and!,.,'''' KWTr. air't;!.1". u't Kl every Sunday basebnll gam. and cveV crap same, there would be none for any ethcr duty. III commenting en the ministers' com- . I nlt,t iinnlnst the nlimbfil- llf UlltOlllO- in cemineniini; en iin-niuiisiurs i-uiu-, , bilea. the Mayer slated 'that the streets I i of tlie city were laid out li Vlllluii. i Penn and at that time wider than nn i citv world. At tlie present, lie said, thev appear narrow due te tlie tie- ' mendeus Intlux of aiites' which there " was no way of anticipating. He said .i.... .-..l. it.ii neil .1,1,. In !VniwK-'i. uiui Mini inv.i. ii..r ........ v--" inn. mere iniiu iw,. ei iuui u-- Philadelphia streets, it was net strange- that such accidents would occur ecca- i slenally despite any effort te prevent! them. powerless in coning witli the situation Tlie complaint aga!nt the magis trate s stem meets with tli" hottest re ception of all. The Mayer as from the first ills Adm'iiistrntieu has stoe.i against tlie system and added that then were but few magistrates who could he relied en te sit in tlie Central Station, tlie one ever which the Majer lias per sonal control, te handle a "arlety of all-around creeks and held them te jus tice rather than be held up te the sym pathy of tlie unthinking or the inlliience of politicians." He .said that this mat ter lias nothing te de with the present Administration. AWAKEN NOX McCAIN the honor aie New Yerk, Philadelphia, Chicago, St. Leuis, Snn Francisce and possibly New Orleans. Open New Headqiiiirtirs Pur-mint te the action of the Beard en Tuesday te remove the centennial heiidiiiartefs from the City Hall. Du r"ll Sinister, secretary te the Mayer, this morning engaged one of the small ball rooms at the Bclleuic-Slr.itferd as -ermauent headquarters. The immediate need of tlie under taking just new is money. Then- is scarcely enough muds in the ticn.siiry te pay the ai'tins s.s-ietarv nnd teneg- nipher who cempriM- the cMsutive sinff uji te the jir.-sciit. It is n pitiful show ing. By this time n publieiti stuff should be nt work, the malls flooded with allur ing llteratuie and a corps of empleyes at high tension disseminating iuforuia iuferuia tinn. As lllis been tepcatedly pointed out it will be Impossible te Interest the National (SevcruuuMit until some inter- I est is illsphijed by Philadelphia it elf. net merely a sentimental interest, hut an expression of tliinucliil falib. .Must Appeal te Public Mayer Moere Is confident that the si .0(10,000 te be lalseil hi subscription as an evidence of Philadelphia's faith in the Si'sipd -Centennial will be promptly furthceming. Within the next sixty days there should be enough funds lu tlie treasury te get tlie weik sta-ted. It is recognized new that valuable time has been lest There lias been plenty of talk, but little action The selection of Mi. Wnniimukcj- and Mr. Bek will awaken confidence. It is tlie first indication of concrete nctlvity I understand Hint definite announce-' mint of the selection of Messrs. Wnnn. maker and Ilek will be deferred until belh ircntleuicfl have siEiiilleil their wllllnne;r- te eWcptftUe aiipeliitmcnt. BUSINESS TIDE TURNED, SAYS C00JJDGJE MESSAGE Vice President Discerns upward Swing of Industrial Pendulum Bosten, Oct. 20. (By A. P.) -There Is a definite turning of the tide In the business nnd Industrial activities of the country, Vice President Unlvin Coelldge said in a message te tlie Hos Hes Hos ten Chamber of Commerce, rend nt Its opening uHsenibly luncheon today. "TIiIh upward -wing of tile business pendulum 1h clearly detined te these who enn read the tiemie signs of the times," Ids message said. "It is the bank, the railroad, tin pnstnffiec, tlie mill and the field, nnd it cull for a spirit of optimism nnd mi attitude of elt-rcllant forward-locking confidence en the part of the business men of the country. "Te no section of the country Is this of mere importance than te New ICng lnnd. It in at once tlie duty and lb" opportunity of tlie bushies men of New I'.ugl.iud te crystallize this spirit of business optimism into tlie conduct of tlieii QfTalrs ( tlie einl that tlie entire economic life of the Natien mnj Im: Mpeedlly retnnied te Its rightful cendl- ilen of preaperity. IN 14-MILE CHASE Buckshot Doesn't Step Them, but Abington Police De Race On at Buckingham THEY TEAR BY POSSE Tliree young Philadelphia?! r.ere a rested at Abington, at midnight, ns meeor-bandit suspects, after u fourteen mile clinsc. Detected in tlie effort te break into n Buckingham gnrage, tlie )l(. (seaped in a hail of buckshot and revehcr bul lets. Telephone calls breuglu nut sub urban citizens and Abington police. Tlie linale came dinctlv in front of thp Ablngteii police station when Chief T.CVPP IMlfl two ltnrtfilfmin 1, 1.1. .Im... , I0VelvprKi ,i:it(,(, thf) mr'n I((. n jne w1(ll n ,,0iir(, ,nteri i,u.i, two pn- .,l.,.nI1 ,,.,-,, -i,i:, ...i.i.:.. mn r,Pt of tl( ,!,.,.; Mlsne,,,M nf,r. fjnsi. lient of the station house. Penring possible sheeting til? hv 1 lit kHet-iOftc I MWi.f 10VPr er,Icr(v lt , , ; ()f ,,. M,l' eul The men are.sfd ene the names of Hubert McOnrmick. Thirteenth stieet near Diamend: Ueerge P.. Owens. Nine- treet near ( urn bei-'nml. mwt "' .ja. Inn.' ami LtUv, Vr vn,,,,,r? t",, :r) i ,,' , J",?' " , ,V tt,! Vi U'WU ' rl'K'C' i T" '' J0 - V , ' ,"'" , , ,, ", ,!',' '"' l V !"' ' ".' .Pff"r! U'"S liilllle te bree t Me II " hifinelil & ,,,.,., .'.""" KUagC. opposite t ' ItMleritl ,7?, '"' '.'". at liui-kineiiarn. Tin. m-.i. ' "-"--' i.i-iu-ii ine uierts te t-uce r ii - 1 ' "" l """. "r1""'" 'in mi Ives v ith """'" 'lIltl n-.u..- I in;- s:ur,,.i ' '' iron th.-ir he.-.,.. - lr.,',Pt if;wai. the gaiai:e J "e three men jumpe ' in a -u-ss the r i i untlminl en -ttr !.,,,.,, ilium qpMAxnRQ DCCJ1IIIC rrieu-r etWH I une nCOUIVIt rlbH I QN PROVISIOW flF TAY Rll I u" Ur IHDILL ; Penrose Hopes for Unanimous Con sent Agreement Soen Washington. Dei. 'Jn i B A. P. i 'Previsions uf the T.i I!---.-ion liill.'r-v empting from taxation pm turns of tlie , incomes f foreign tinl-rs nnd foreign I Hade corporations demed from suun-."-, outside of the I'liited State-, were be fore tlie Senate atmin le.lnj Opponents of thes, inowsieiis, led by Senater LiiFellette, ar niniiiing their efforts te have them trh-k. n out. Despite the tight en these sections and ethers jet te he considered, t'huir- man Penrose, f t, s,.ml,. n,,,,,,,.,, 1 I ommittre, ,n.s net given up hope 0f 'obtaining a unanimous lensent agree- ' meat for a final en tin- bill the last of next Week. He said ledll lie planned te as!, j,.r within a day or t in ii an agreement t tl.e hill hns "' tent hasi 'lie tax pre- 111 till- I WO links i I been before the Set ..-. ' been renched .mlj ..n i vision that iciitiii- in ti .uisiioi-iiiiien Besides the iiiipei tniii .idiuiiil-tratiii Ms-tiens, prm isieii j. te he in ted in, en , include the income t.ie. normal ami surtaxes, corperati.ni iai'. estate j taxes and the unions e-cnlnd nuisance I excises. ' The Smoot 1...1 i ii'.,-ui.-i is tn also is yet te be i oils , i,.,. Siniinient for! It again aiipareiitl.v is ( u the Increase. , HUNT MOTORIST: HIT GIRL, 3 Driver of Car Takes Child te Hos Hes , pital and Then Gees Away Abington iie'i.-c : r. liiiug te locate an autoniebilist win. i responsible for serious injuries t.. Lilian Kniiuie. tliree-year-elil dauuhli r i a store keeper at It.isl.in. mai liiulil... The child wa iiin.n-: In l.e st,-,-,.. when stru.k bj the in. hine and sus - ' tallied a finciiiie .-t tie skull. The I .!.:... ..it it i.i. i . .1 hi mr .'i i ue mu- ni h - n iii14 tliiir ami fikuititfl ! I,.. i. : i . . . ... I,lu,il... ,,, , ' , , , .,,,., "'""' for a ipiiik mu t- iin- Ahingteii Hes. ...t. nn- iiii.ii i-i i,.i- in.ii'iuii,. VVIllCIl struck the luld be i.- in a hiirhlv uerv nis condition nnr the m-i Idem.' In the excitem. i neither the child's fa'ber nor anv et tin- witiicses f ,, accident obtained tl" mine of the nio nie ii.rlst. McKeevvn ibii ninkc a uiemoraii uiemeraii diilii of the liceiisi iitimhi nnd bj this hi ll II... .1.. ... .. ... t l.l.. .. iiii'i'iuiu ine siiiiiiriuiii )uii make an arrest. expect te ''HOW I BECAME A MOl'lE STAIC That's the title of u ,. mev,(, serial which begins teia.v op t. Daily Mevie .Mngnylne Pup. It tells of ii sumll town gri wjm Is crazy te go In the mnvlen, i,llt never expects te hnie the chance Then -out iif a clear ski-'.sh0 finds herself in the middle 'f lni, exciting Miidln life. 1 tlie )-,.,. thnt fellow she emis te kiievi- the eys nnd sorrows of ihe read te fame IIKOIN IT TODAY ON PAON (I NAB THREE YOUTHS Sfedger Pubii.h.d uaiintw,;, BRIIISH-AI CO-OPERATION FOR PEACE, -l President Believed te Have Abandoned Plan of Rival te League of Nations Y0RKT0WN SPEECH SHOWS LEANING TOWARD ENGLAND i; CIJNTGN w. iiuu;in I s ,tr ( nir-H'Himlrnt Ihriilns I'lil.tle l.n'iErr Cem, ,.if. ' ". hj V, ul'.r Ut-lJir r - ,pau V...I.!.,..(mi (let- "O. Kretll his -. . ri.i,,,.-,, uneerli It Is iiiinnrcnt tha 'resident IlnnUNig leeks f' Hrltish American co-operation rathnr ihnn te I lie forming "f any new League of Na tions te preserve tlie peace of the world. . It is doubtful if he has In mind niiy longer that the league of ieh will convert itself into sem kind of orgnni ergnni orgnni '.iitieii of which the Cnited Stntes ma b.-cenin n part, or that it will giM- way te aiij sort of formal uswriatiim hav ing u constitution or cevenntit of a character that will make American par ticipation possible. I Tlie future of international associa tion is vague ami liable te change, cs- pecinllv as the ilisarmmaeiit conference I ureei-eds. but tic- President new seems i inclined te build ureund the loosely or ganized Supreme Council anil ureund meetings of nntiens like the one te be ! lielil here in November, rather than te U'l-ect u ii' w and timr" closely knit te-icet'.iM- ,reaiiiz.itien lilt'- the present I.engil". i Nc ltiul ' I-eaguc I la spite of official deiii'il-. lierc. it is s'.ispccied linn :li- iMci.i repl.iing te all ceninniiiiciitim. "i "he prcent T.eiiL'iic. which had I" ",i 1 nig ignored. I n.irl; -l new re e-'l.if inn that I.eagi i- has a per. ...! i.i pluv.': in ue si heme et tilings. een wieuisii nur- iniirttry lias no Intention te become a member of it. Ne organization in any si nsp n rivnl of it is likely te be set up. if present plans de net change. Probably Mr. Harding chose the orUtev. ii occasion an importunity te indicate definitely nnd piib'iely te the ltritl-li (fevernment. 1 e.'erc the gnther .. ., ... i . . f... t.i.... 1112 el tie ueiesiui iiere in ii ii-inir ten iil idea thai tie- trusteestiip et i preserving civilization, as h- called It. ' w.is prlinari'v an Arglo-Suse!-. concern ami ntilv spVendnrllj a Prench-Japa- 1 nee nnd Italian leiicern. t It is an open rn t he.-f that both ; ie ii mi .Mr. iripnes nuve e.-in uisiip- pointed at tlie failure et the isntlrii (lOMM-nm.-iii I" np ii-e.-i' h .nis (luvern ment with tin' utmost frankness and S!X.,M " "" v,,,,,,,,,, Mnmi tMms ' T1' ' A.,..ii.istratl.m . ...il.l i.et re.p.ui.l '" ' " P-dtMi hiiggesti-.n of a pnllm- !' cnfercice be,ee the two ,i- niideni in preparing for the coining tieii iii I.i nd'ii. liming invlteti vari ous nt In i- i,ieal nation le inct here in , Wn-iii.r.:-''!-. it wis f.-'i that it would 1. ,,!.. i,into s epenlj te i.-ncli nn iin- di ri-ini il.ng !.'. lii-at Itritulii ill .nl- an -. l'.'.t tin-ii. i il'- was impossible. i) j Cieieriim. i.i miii-s what is culled otH etH cially n laviiic of the yards en the table be both ifelf and (ireat Britain, se that betii can work together In the ut- Cenllnunl en Tiire Twrnli. Column Sit BACKED FOR BERLIN ENVOY Congressman Houghten, of New Yerk. Expected te Be Ambassador Washington. i -' i Pi A P. i -Pri-siileii, II. in. ns. ii i- for Ameri can Ainhassiider ' lier-iianj , a imst . i-xpei list le lie lillid mi nf'er '-chr.llgi- of nil itlt'.ti tun- of ine Treat of Berlin, I was iinuerMoed miini te lime narrowed den n iirlualli te lui Id .layiie HIM. 1 teriiier An.. Ti. nn AiuIm -stider te ihni ; count n. nii.l I! pr-i-eniatiie Alans, m i. Houghten, of Corning. . Y. , These in lenHi with tin- iiicnen ex I pri sh belli-1' thin iin' p"i would go te Houchteii inn1 would be ilie mill im ! pertnnt dipl i.i - .!, -iiu.U'cnt of tlie I preeni A I'nii in itie'i ai'"iil'd te tin i Kinpiie Male Dr. Hill i 1. 1 I.i visited r.irnpi- and v as iiiid te be n-ii U-i l i rieiislj- bj l-u-.d, , ; . . - r . i 1 1 . liu-lie m-i', l.irg. 'v Ihiiii- s ',,,,; , .i M,.n,.,'. iiriil i.n.,n--rlnii. .1 nlulu . Ii, nn .eiiIh. IiVc llnlllll.'ll li.ls Im I l .ilieil for the ,n i In M niilur WniNvinrth uiul Ciihlei- and iharli I). Ililies, K.-publi-can Niitieral Cemuiittci niiiii. RICAN HARDINGAIIV1 STRIKE CAN BE SETTLED BUT NOT POSTPONED, OPINION OF RAIL BROTHERHOOD LEADERS CHICAGO, Cct. 20. The piebpective lail strike cannot et pot pet pot yeued. but it can be stttltil. Thib wns the opinion of tin. "Big Teut" biutheihoed chief t, and the presiiU-m of tin. Switchmen ", Union after a. cent'd nice this morning, at which, it was, Unnied. they had ceu.idi.itd till peaslble phn3'.a of ilu aitu.uieu c tlu-y may be pn.s.nt d at Die meeting this aftcii-.eun with the Uiu'td Statts Eailie.ul Lubui llumil. MAJOR BIDDLE DENIES CLAIM OF WOMAN ' Sweeping' dcnini-- aie made by Majer Antheiiy Bickllv in his atlKl.ivU et defense liled in Court t Common PU-a.s Ne. -1 today te tin .r.it iccently brought again.! him by rieuiKe YnbU Hngau, it ei "Fhiladelphia Jnik" O'Uiicu, tin. ui.u.i pugihet Mis. H.ig.i.; -.ii-cl Mr. Biddle tut .1 ic- et 20,000 Ki iiof.sieiiil - i .-i .." alligul te have lin-u uudcitd m ,viial in 11 ti. i u. tlie uu.i iiuji'itjut being a ae.c.illc.i ncsiiKlljiitieu will. Ins wife .iltci .ui tetiaugcuieut. WOMAN TAKES POISON. DIES Ledger en North Hutchinson Street i.cie kbeJlllluCIll Vra iici ltemnsi ii. tlit'v vinrs old, who had a room at lL'tr.' North llutihin ou str.-ii I'ln! t. C.ildnn's lloiiieepnthic Hospital at I :i.'il e'i Incl, i)ns nierning after diinki.ig . I . . t r Is- of poison at iiililniglit bisi nijjht Mi. Fiiiinie Sumiiii-rsti.ln, proprietor ei tin' ri'eiiuiiK iieusi , sniii ii,,- wiimiiu had had a room thire fm the last two weeks and had ben icr.i quiet and ap. pcared despeiuleiit N relntli-es or friends et tlie woman could be found .i - . 4Vnrdin.it flibbeiiH urctd all CutiiaUes wX ih. M.nu.i ei iTir.r.-du, 'ueuc fl Ttnr by Mall. Lloyd Geerge Cunnily Settles Church Dispute Springfield. III., Oct. 20.-(llv A. P ) - Contrevcrsj ever the religious tifnllnflen of Da. Id Med (leeigc who litis been claimed here by both Disciples of Christ and Ilaptlsts. was settle d teilny by Mey.l Geerge liimsilf. utter the manner of n Solo Selo Sole mon, cheesing neither the one nor the ether, but -luiming them both. In n lettei ri'Hpenilliig te a ipivrj . the Jlrilish Prime Minister wre'e that ii'- "is a memlref the Dlscipe of Christ, but attends the Kaitit Cliapel." Ttie controversy started several months age when Springfield Ilaptist-i di'inurreil nt wh.it they called presumption en tin- congress of tin- DNciplis of Christ I.i claim ing I.lewl (ii urge as a member "f that deiiotiiiliutieo i LIVELY TO BE GIVEN "JERSEY JUSTICE 11 Prosecutor te Fight "Guilty" Plea for Fear Slayer Would Escape Chair : MASQUERADED AS WOMAN I.f'liis I iwl N'cgre murderer of wWft.?ra""w heven--.uir-i.hl Mathilda Itusse. et - - - " -."sen., ....-. Moei-i-siowi. will tereii- .lersey ius- optimistic tnal a strike would be tin-. Pres. ..,.,. k.-'ki-. antieuiiceil te- , avurted as lirotherheod chiefs con din fun' I..-."! will net be allowed te. . . ., ,. . P ... li'iiul i;it " vened prier te a eDnfurence with gi.lt. 'I In- r aeii i- li.nt it might be pos- ilile ilire,.i:li i.l ...j.lit.IiMillr es let ' . 'iiiu re . S'-.ipe tlie eb-ctric clinir en a guilt. pl"n i. .iil- tin- evidenii' is se emtA lielin-Tis ngn'list llltu en the ,e theiLMiiiti eleii that the chair is the only se.-it.-lice tiillt iili .lllilge call gl e nun. Prosecutor K.-lsey said today that tlie ten. per of the people is he high tiiet any sentence hut diatli would probably I bring about disorder of a serious :i'i- ; tuie In fact tlie fenr of a ij ncl.ing is sti 1 in the minds of the county effi- ..n'u t.l .. .. nil i.i- urn .if de'erniineil men mid a pile of sawed -off shotguns tell m itly of what will happen if any i u .-h atti-n.t.ts fi ti atten.pts te .lerni ine ja.i. i.iven niiinnii .e v mini) i.i.-. ,i..- Piuk-r last night that he had 1 n inns- e icrading as ,i wiiite woman around Hrldg'-Nni mid Vineland for the last six weeks. Weman (inve "Tip" .,.,. ..,., ,,,.. ,,.;., t, :,ed 1 1.11S. ..11 .III". in-'. " known -if ''ils after heirs told by a woman who :ncw Live y well, and that police of all tie towns in that p.'iglib.nl'einl were en tlie lookout for 1 iin and hi --aptiire would only have-h'-en r. .ii.ttttr of hours. P-.rl'e- 'n-'l the e,i- nl'-li de-,, riptl' n of Li elj's- ilfcj-s a in said i.e mi.! In en knev u around Hriilcet'.n ns "n strange v.enmti w).i e"1.mI lilte .i creek." "Se-.cal -lee'ile ha'! ii..ti.-ul til0 pe culiar loe' lug wemnn." Det.cti ii Parker -al 1. ' and from tlir first 1 fe i J he whip- i-i.ilii that, it v ii Livei; . til' lia-" ici:e.-t en te lie (IS a rtlt er llishih dressed whit" woman of meked apir-uinn.-e. 'Slle' was drese. in a short black skiit. a 'Charlie hut. wine shirti aist. silk stockings, and "nr- a blnck ve ! folded double ntn' coining down juit bflew 'her' ejes. "Aside ft mu being a stranger, "sl-c" f-rt att-acted attention l.y wearing a 1 .r u. smli Let wentlu-r that practi- ' call ( erv etlur ".run in Ilridgiteli ,ieni iioeut bare)', inli'il TI -,' Liiel C'-'itm .-d 1. s -vemnn's i imtln-n-ii n I' t Ineii-. I '-l-mn Te't i WASHINGTON FEELS QUAKE , Seismic Disturbance Lasting Twe Hours Recorded In Observatory Washington. Oct IM - i B A P i Proneuiici .1 enrtiniiake shock- begin ning nt 1 -1" A M nnd continuing until .; e i ii K n eve r cerde I enrli te- dm nt tie li.-.rgetev. n I'luvrrsity sejs. uiegraphtciil obi-erinteri . The i en r of the ilisiurbanee was . tiniiit'ii nt utm i' linn i.iiles from Washington Heuse Rejests Bracken's Claim W.i'.hingti n. 1 1 Liu i Ii) A. P i Without a il's. nti u .it,, thf Heiie tedav thr"i ei.' ii- . liiiiu of .lenu l'. BriK-keii. of Pitt i.urgl that he wn elected Kcjircs, n-uiiie at-Large from Pctins) Iwinin M Slxti -si vt-ntli Congress, FIXER J. D.ixi. i SMOKES ON TROLLEY: FINED Costs Youth $8.50 te Try Out N Pipe ft cost p,,ul Si.lrlin, .r, , ,Ki,tM ars old, 11)11 C'i,.,t,.,,t I,,., t, s ,-,,, smoke ins in w- ,,!, vU',,v, I. i.tev. trel!e ,-ai- ,.;lr) tli.s morning. 1 Magistrate Pt f t'ie Twentieth nii-et and Iliiuiliig Park nieiiue stn il"ii. iiresented the hill in the form of -i line of s.i and cmm or live dnvi, In jjii-iiiunciiiT sain ne uui riot Ult i "Is e out because the nniiil,i.-i. ,i;,i r uui uccainie rue romlucter t nbk him tejn a manner which - -..A 1 .. . uln(' "bl; l,il" isKin a anner which "'considered cenflVmdnJy. vl NIGHT EXTRA PRICE TWO CENTS Brotherhood Leaders Meet Pre paratory te Session With Laber Beard Today P. R. R. DEFENDS REFUSAL TO ADHERE TO RULING Statement by President Rea Presented te Federal Wage Tribunal ELEVEN UNIONS MARK TIME New Walkout Vete Ordered for Shep Crafts of Pennsyl vania Lines Latest Developments in Railroad Situation .... , , . the Laber Heard. Tii--- P. R. It., befeic the Laber Heard, defended its refusal te obey a heard decision en sliep-erafts elections. :nferstate Commerce Commission decisions are imminent en pending cases cencerninp; freight rate re ductions. Chairman McCherd con sulted President Harding. ' Eastern reads advertised for men te I fin the places of strikers if a walk lit IN HOPE JO MOID STRIKE; CHIEFS CONFER out occurs. The eleven "standard" unions held conferences nt Chicago te for mulate a policy. Western rnilread executives wilj meet tomorrow te discuss strike plans. Railroads have decided te operate pasBenKer, mail and milk trains first in event of a strike. The American Railroad Men's As sociation appealed te the unions te call off the threatened strike. The shop crafts of the Pennsylvania lines will take a new strike vote. j Rnilread stocks are strong and there I . , are no signs ei a nurry in tuv market due te the proposed strike. Bj the Associated Press hicage. Oct. '-'0. -Chiefs of the Big I -ur brotherhoods nnd the Switch nen's Colen arrived this morning nn-1 went into conference prcparaterj te their meeting this afternoon with the I'nfted Sia-os Uiulrend Lnber Beard. I 'nln n hcadrjuarteis m eptlinistlc. and then was a strong! evident feel ing that then- would be no strike iiulev something unexpected occurs te disrupt t . conference this nfternuen Present ut the union conference were Warren S. Stene, grand .siief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Ilnginccrs . L. K. Shcjipurd, president of tlie Order . Kuilivay Conductors, W. (', Lee. i president of tlie Brotherhood of Hail read Trainmen; Vv'. S Carter, president of tile Brotherhood of Iyoceinoiive Fire men nml Ihiginemrn, and T C. ('ashen, president of the Switishmen's I'nien of Neith America. ".staml.ird" I'niens M.irK 1'imn Theeleii-n '-staniiiii'd" iiiiieii mnrked tune ted ly nwalting tin- outcome of the Laber Benn! meeting. While a few of thiir general chairmen met te discuss strike pliips, th majority crowded the 1 "armg rooms of tin Laber Beard te t - e the lVniis)U-nTiia Itail.:n! cited fei failure te obey tlie beard's orders. Th- Peiinsjivania, il mngl. C l lltserniiin. t: n nl eunsrl, i n sentei te th L.ilmr Beard n lei.fiu tnteninnt I signed hv I'residi-i.t S.in ui 1 iteu. Pt jt'iig forth fie vead'H i.ii.eiis for refu ! .i k t" "in; Iv -vitli tlie Imnnl'M order Mid call a new ctKtieii of implores committee,. The beard k. aside a previous nlw- iieu iMvium- no ri.ne iillnvv.-il the men I te vote enlv mi iinliv idiinls. while tlie ' f' ileiuted siiie. crufts insisted the nam" ,it il. -ir li.i-nl 'leuhl nprx,!!' as u com . Iliittr,.. ,lr. Km s-tuteinent aul that the ytien r.ii-ni the iii'st,,n whether eiiiileii-t reiri-.iiitaiien phm d V.' p.-i b) the loud slu.illil be nnpnlrsd (Mid Its usefulness lurgi-ly lcsre)ed bv ileiilliig with ihes,. vin, lelvii-ateil n i b.Ki-d she;. the sympathetic strike and limiini urn of eiimut in fiiiiuing rules cevi-rniii'; oi,i-i-ntieii 1 i-di-ral i mil i el " if the '.hops during tlueslluii P. . It. Itejircsentatlve The ribs feunuliih d while the Oer ' I nnii-nt dincted th lead, irdin-ed tlie i utput ei hop labor nt ,enst J15 pin- i nt th - sti lepu-i.t d '.u pi! Ben W I loom i ....eln member of t'.e Lab,. I- Beii'd 'Viiiiind Mr I IImmi- I.. in from a tipeuuttep 1'st of que. ti mw TI..- Pf niiMl --ui a Itinli-eml rn is the lirst of Its kind 'e i uini before thp beard, and Is -,. ct.-,i i ,.ih titinli thfj i - lent of the l,i-ii ri I s new "i- hi i nforeln ns l-ilsien uiiib-r tin- '1 iaiiK)rtatleu A-t ll-spiu- the 'i-itiiaisin in bret lierhsad ciiiles. .1 M. Mctiii'th vim- iiri-sldent, el th- Idil ui) LmplejcH' DeiKirtruent, A. P of L. line six federated dhoti ciafini ili-clari-d boferii (Im lkis Peiird b anus -n Hi" Peiiinelvnnls phi. did negan il ut a iru-.. nicmci n Jirn te L helurtan. 'lie a . crilti Iiijvaa-m.sI i . i. . . -.---,.,..,.,., WM' iMjIurtan I ,r 0 n(li.fil ii ',,wr 1 f hil'iil ()ll . W '"