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w p ' ' ' --. 'J JV s f .nr- r -. .1 'K M I r' ii Uuentnj ffiubltc Wtbtt THE WEATHER f Itnln Uils.aflcrnben nml tenight: fair nml telilcr tomorrow; easterly winds MilflliiR e nm thwc.it Thursday. n:Mi'i;u,it hi: at kacii mu it p-TTJH j jn H2 i 1 i 2 I : I t l r. NIGHT EXTRA. U ,;hi u )-u ia i.t r.t I I i i VOL. VIII. NO. 49 nntertd ns Sccend-ClnM Matter nV the reiliifllcr nt rhlladeliLila Pa. Vmler the-Act of March a, 187n PRrCE TWO CENTS PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1921 Published Dally Kxcpt ftumlay. fsulnf rllitlmi Prien il a Year by Mali Cepyrlnht 11)21. by I'ubllr t.edRcr Company ENSHAW WINS CITY BY m Kendrick Leads Ticket by 217,771 en Complete Count; Ames Scott Is Elected by Vares , v ,v I ... I LUMdEINl SLATE HIT I BY I Every Republican Candidate Gees Inte Office by Huge Totals iwOMEN FAILED TO RALLY TO SUPPORT OR LEAGUE A listless election which fell short ly mere than 70,000 of the vote polled last year by Harding 'seated Hie hand-picked candidates of the Combine in five county offices yqs tcrday without any of them know ing; they had been in a scrap. The Republican plurality ran from 200,000 te 217,771, a striking con trast te the county election of November, 1917, when the orpani erpani orpani utien squeezed through in a finish .that left it victorious but badly frightened. Receiver of Taxes Kendrick was elected for his third term, polling 1 higher vote than any of his col leagues en the ticket, 241,285, ac cording te complete returns. In 1917, Kendrick get 114,000 votes, only 4000 mere than Themas F. iArmstreng, then the fusion candi date for Receiver of Taxes. it. . Renshaw Shatters Vare Slate Even the contest for the election of eleven majority and six minority party magistrates was a hand-picked affair with one conspicuous excep tion, This was the election of Mag Mag lilrate Benjamin II. Renshaw, a Voters' League candidate, who was given a minority place. The sixteen ether places in the se-called miner judiciary went cither te men known as out-and-out fol lowers of the Combine, or te fol lowers of the Democratic city ma 'chine which worked hand in glove with the Republican organization. The 250.000 or mere wouien voters in Philadelphia failed te turn out and elect Miss Katherina K. Fester, Voters' League eaniliJate, ami ether famlniiie Uplrants for the eftiec of magistrate. But the Vare machine elected its entire naaittcrlnl slate, including Amus M. Kcett, Negro haloenkcepcr. The willingness of. inen of the xeters te flreenl tin. uwnltw nf flu, v:,.i I..... Dtlmarv. when elm f'nmhln.. ,v,.li !. II N ONLY ONE SPO NDEPENDENT nominations, was exemplitled in the ' 1""1 f Mutater-; were permitted te tote polled by Vivian Frauk'tiable and I 'J J "" K,,1U''.; "hl011 ll0,,ls ny n,101,t Kdwiu Wolf ''" prrcens. There was a wild M-ram- Mr. (inble, in September was tlic'b'" te Kvt '" ,1,""1 nt, ,r!1,st n ll,",,,ri''1 'Voters' League eandidate for the He-I l"rs"ns ,W'1V dlsnppelnted. tubllcun nonilnntlen for Heglster of I'rlseucr Well (iuarded 1. k;i.C".,7ill,y ,l0 iV?l "'! "'" "kPl;i Veung's great s. . and strength, his f.,.,5S.Vr,'lJ,,),it,en nmltllnrk'r"0,n"lcc!.les)enire eharae.er and the many at- VI lUUl II1III-1-, Mr. Wolf was the Voters' League .candidate last September for the City 'Controller nomination. He .was the nominee of the Prohibition Tarty for that office 011 the ballet jesterday. ' Women Failed te Conic Out A lllc iinitest Lull, tii'nhit llin riili. . Wing tni-tn-s of the Combine' was cx- pctted te del cleu. I'Nieclulh nmiiuir the Meindi Mill-is, Heme independents looked for Huh nrete.st te show itse'f in big vote for Cable and Wolf. Put Mr. finble tcceived only 1152S etes Jhllc Mr Wolf, a former president of ' Ileard of Lducatien. received only The highest vote polled by nn can JWate ether than the Republicans was Mt of Jutlge Fugeue C. llennlwell, lemecrntic caiididate for Justice of the Mate Supreme Cciurt. Iiennlwell reapeil a total of 50,817 etea, the icsiilt of his nggre.siw cam I! against Justice Willluiii I. Schaf r, the Itepubllenn camliilatc for the III I tui.i.it ....... . . ,j..t... fr. ..... jLW., -"in--.ri.r iviei. enuiier fTOle wiis LMI.1KI Trainer HelMd Iteunlwell ! tl , "'"'.''wnitle vote did net roll up i,,,i n c" 1 t",ul m'ided, hewcNci. An ,'J',,; ' ""' ''iii'iis hhewfd that In 11 1. Il'"'1"'1' threw nunieieus votes ' , '"' ' K-'ntl uninee. enuittcil fiirrinl live of the forty Six , ,w',,l' Third, the Fourth, the 1.-V1T th,P. "lii-t.-iMith and the Four HI,, ',,. l 'J1', "fveral wh-m past, the InJ n, "nl ll1111 1)'','l, ""-' ' if'iiMln- .unn;;i',!0,'ut!1' w""' '" ' it 'Wed Inte the Democratic column at alni.i .l.""u,ral,-v ''h'Hluii and has ic 'lyneii il,,.,,. hn .(,, lilin" "'"' l,'l'"l)llran suppeit. Ilou Ileu eH Nete the Democratic liigh- 'MrilT'S 'li'1 '"" "I'l"-"""!' 'l" vote Wedheieliis, jearby Cen. the Deme. lel.lV'vl"!."''""' f"1- I'lesideul. Cox ic Witi'1 '"'"""'I'll cstcr.Iii. 8eMi,.'i "' ,,"l"l"'" Kei all the etcs ?,,'. .".'"' ""'I ""'' l''mler.s forecast 'lli. .V ." "I'litlU of the elector,. made OfnUV '" " Innesty en tin "I njajnnh i,de pr lliclplc uieie a 1 ,. b. Deul ,,,11.000 ,v"r, iniMi (llll veiiicii. In I'MIuiiYI- tlli micij , .,M. 1,1,1,,,,,,, ruiiiMii nrti be 1 iY. . ' ,'' m vi... iiAiiv (;niu(ii; ou tk'tn c. !.r .'!"y,,,," fe ni iiouer ir. & n,.Ad r u',, evlU1"" tuJ"y Twe-Minute Summary of Election in City KKCKIVtill OK TANKS W. Ki-cchmd Kcndrirh.. It.. .241285 William M. .Moere. D 2.T1I 1 Kfiiilrlrk's plurality .217771 HKUISTKIl OF WILLS William I-'. Campbell, It.. .2'J8K!)H lelin W. Craham. Jr., I... I'-.VJII Vivian T. Cable. Pre., 0... tl.VJS Campbell's plurality lOeO." CITY TltKASL'ItlCIt Themas I Watsen. It.. Jessie I,. Collet. L) Wnti.en's plurality CITV CONTHOLL1 Will It. Hartley, It, Nicholas Albrecht, I).... IMwIn Wolf. I'm Hartley's plurality ,2:i 1 12 1 . :i2s."0 .201"i7-l It .LNI71K8 . 2'.is:i:i . 10521 .207:155 DISTRICT ATTOKNKV Samuel P. Kefaii, It., 1're. .2:H)9." Hebcrt .1. Sterrctt, I) IIOll." Fvan I!, Lewis. C, A (5887 Hetun's plurality 200310 MUNICIPAL COLItT Jehn K. WaMi, It., I) 2 44 420 Jehn II. Mnurcr, 1're S17S Hebcrt S. Shaw. C r.OOS Walsh's plurality 2302-18 JUSTICK OK SL'I'ItE.MU COUKT William I. SrlmlTcr, It 21I1H4 Kugene O. Honnlvvell, D fill? Schnfl'cr's plurality ICUKIT AlHMOItlAL, HALL les 1500 tit Ne 111221 Are First of Sex te Pass en Capital Murder Case in New Jersey PRISONER IS WELL GUARDED Prospective Jurer Says Yeung Stele His Aute ITewn-il (i. Toeno, of Cullliig weed, prominent Camden merchant, called for jury duty t.ley in .the murder trial of Cuilferd Yeung, n excused quickly, when he an nounced : "Your honor." he said. "I nm prejudiced against this prisoner. T firmly believe be stele my automo bile and then, fhet at inc." ' Cuilferd Yeung, confessed s'ayer of Harry Cnrwoed, Camden jitney driver. 1 went en trial In Cnmdcn Courthouse tiiday with the first three women te hear a murder case In New Jersey sitting en 1 the jury. 1 The trial began In Criminal Court, 1 before Supieme Court Justice Katren Ibach, at 10:.".0 o'clock. Several hundred i curious persons steed In a long line for mere than an hour waiting ler court te open. It was raining and a chill wind blew, but the creud hung en. A few minutes ' nfler TO e elneU the iloers were epene .... 1 T ... 1, ,.. t. iiiiiin in iiui num.- i. " .,'. i. 11 i" etrnerdiuur. jnoi-niitlens being taken. 'The county .in il is en the top fleer of the courthouse buildings. . sergeant of police, eight patrolmen and three constables weie detailed te take him te the courtroom. Court efheers -iiiil they had ncer known m henj a guard te be sent for a prisoner. , When Yeung was shunted into the ' cipiiitroem It was ihumgh a long double line et ceusuiHies, ne 1001; 111s sem and the. time most powerful and alert members of the Sheriff's for c of depu ties, all ariicd, wen- stationed ncarbj. Prosecutor Wolerteii has heard through Yeung's fellow prisoners that ('(ilillniiril en I'tiec I'.lclll. Column One TO KEEP SCHUYLKILL CLEAN State Takes Steps te Prevent Pol lution by Sewage PnttsUllr. Pa.. Nev. ! Dtliinlc steps ler the pieteclinn et ihe bend waters of Hie Schu.xlMH ltlver against polliitien eic tnKei b, tne State Ileard of Health beie ted.ij . Pottsville City Ceuiuil agieelng te the suggest n of ihe l.eni il for an imiiicdlatc nniitni-y survey of this city. pi,ellmiu...ry te ;hc ircclien of a sewage disposal plant The fact thai Philadelphia till uses pint of Ihe Schuylkill vv ill r fei dunes He purposes and that nlhw imvus down lie S'-lip.vlklll Valle.v ale .illegelliei ije I endent upon It for water, is leading the Stale te lake a. -live slip te step miming the sewage et tool icgien towns into the stream. A dozen towns in this I'eiuitj will have te provide ills. liesal plants, nml ll st te this city nlnuc will probably be SI ,110(1,0(111. TRAINH0LD-UP VICTIM DIES Arthur Moen, Pullman Perter, Suc cumbs Frem His Injuries Chicago, Nev. II --tll.v A. P.) Ai I bur Moen. Pullman porter en the New OiVmiis Limited train of the Illinois C. nii'.-il Itadiead. who was wounded in Ihr held-up I ll"' dain bv Ixiuilii Mm'uI.i;. ni-,'hl. die.l last night from his iiiiH'le's, in .1 hfi-pittil 'it Chaiiip.iign. 'I'll'- ti.iln was hclil up neat Piixlen. 111., mid a mall car 'oetcd and b.h-ued. Three railroad cnipluyctt bes-ides Moen were wounded, but n crieu!.lJ. ACCEPT 3 WOMEN ON YOUNG'S JURY WARRANTS ISSUED 2 POLITIC! William H. Quigley and Themas J. Welden Accused of Graft ing $33,000 and Upward FORMER SURRENDERS IN CORTELYOU'S OFFICE Warrants were sworn out tmlny by Captain of Detectives S0t11W for Tlieni'is J. AVehlen nml William II. Quigley en the charge of conspiracy te 'Meri $r..':,(l(i) "and upwards" from the Sengrnve Company, mnnufarturuta of hiP npparntus. Quigley surrendered te Director Cor Cer Cor telyeu a short time after the warrants were preparcii. The warrants are (he outcome cf re ports, which first became current- last week, that politicians had been con cerned in nil attempt te "graft" en the award of contracts fbr a half million city tire apparatus er.ler. We Ien Is known at City Hall as nn Administration pelitblnn. in Ihe Thirty-ninth Ward. Qulglev Is said te have held a city departmental job nt one tune. i js a fire apparatus ug'iil, with offices in the Denckla Ituilding. lletli men heard the runiei-H that their names had been coupled with the liie .'ipparntus s.-andnl. and yesterday and today were nt Cltv Hall, demanding te knew the basis for the accusation. The.v were at City Hall today when the war rants were sworn out. Harry M. Stovenen. their counsel, said when Informed that Captain Sou lier bad caused the warrants te be Is sued, that his clients would accept serv ice en his advice. "IInc Nothing te Kcar "I shall surrender them," Mr. vensen said. "They have net guilty of any wrongdoing and nothing te fear." Cnntain Seudcr. put in charge Ste- llOl'll have of the investigation that has been going en since November I! by Director Cortel Certel you, went before Magistrate Meclcarj today and swine out the warrants. Quigley's surrender gave a touch of drama te the case. lie and Welden had an appointment te sec Director Cor. telyeu te talk ever the charges. Qulg lev was there, but Welden was some where else in City Haiti. Cantnln Soulier, having sworn out the warrants, took them te Director Corteljeu. The captain of detectives, with the wairants In his hand, walked Inte Di rector Cortcheu s elhce bv one deer just ns Quigley came in by another. Quigley had sensed the possibility of a warrant. The official document in Captain Soulier's hand, and the quick glance the head of the Detective Ilurcail gave him, confirmed his suspicion. "Well, 1 guess jeu've get a wartant 1 for mv arrest, captain," lie said with a smile. "I surrender m.vself. Instead of lAvlnc nn Interview with the Diiecter. lie accompanied Captain Souder te the hitter's ellice in the De tective Hureau. He was net locked up, but given, a chair te await the sur lenilcr of Welden. Captain Shinier telephoned te Mr. Stevenson that Quigley had surrendered, and usked that Welden be sent for. Mr. Stevenson said he would bring him in ns seen as lie could be found. It wn pro pre posed te gel Magistrate Mecleary, who issued the warrants, te li hall for the two men. making the cases returnable tomorrow for a further hearing. AflldaWt The allidavlt en which the warrants were issued follews: "I. Alfred I. Souder, being duly sworn, de depose that en or about "o "e tillier I.'!. PJ2I, Themas J. Welden and William II. Quigle. wlekedl.v and ma liciously conspired and confederated to gether," and with divers persons un known, te oUeit SI!"., MM and upwards from the Seagnive Company te secure te the ciiinp.uiv a contract with the citj of Philadelphia, for the purchase of "some S5UIUMMI nf tiic apparatus, by iiirriipllv inllucnclii'i public etliclals of the cilji sculling suneptitleiisl) and In advance of wlvri Using for bids, si id id eateons for the work, se that the Sea grave Cempaii) would have advance In formation, and l means of causing such spcciliiatieus te be changed uml modified, se as te enable the Seagrave Cempanv In have the contract awarded 1,1 ll. mid b.v means of corrupt political inlluciicc : . "And deponent further saitU that en or uheiit October PI. 11121, Themas .1. Welden and William II. Quigley ma- lirleiish ceiispiied and cenfeileraleil to gether "and with divers persons un known, te have awarded te the Seagrave Ceiupnu.-. a contract by the citj fei some S.-.'lKUMM) of lire apparatus, con cen teniplateil te be puichnseil by the city, by means of ceirupl political infill e. corruptly inlliieiiciag public officials, piecurins specifications for I he work lu advance of public advertising and bid ding, and oeiTupil.v having or causing Hie specifications for said apparatus te be changed and modified." HELD FOR 'MAKING HIS OWN' Seuth Percy Street Man Had Big Still In Bathroom Meiris lieiinlT. 211!) Smith Percv str-'t. was held nn.1 ! S."0D ball f 1 r 1 the Pcil'i-al liranl Jui.v bv Cemiuls- sinner Mnubv led.iv, charged ilh the. iininufiuliiri of luteMciitlng lievit.ig Hiueff was ai'i'i'slei last isaturiluy liy Special AneiitH Mutt found him at work still lu his h.itluoem ami Devcliu. who ll a twelve-gallon Gets Eighteen Months Judge Quigley, In Quarter Sessions Cmirl Ne. I. sentenced Jeseph Patter son. Negro. 751 Seuth Fifth street, te eight) months, rfl - in- pleaded guilty te ii'jgnivalcd assault en Charlea Colo Celo Cole man, also u Negro, et 751 Seuth Fifth si 1 eel. RR ANS IN FI BRIBE CASE Chinese Raise Big Parley Issue Over Consortium Pekin Delegates Fear Extension of Interna tional Bankers Authority, Following Clash en German Bends Ily CLINTON W. OIU1HRT Stuff CerrfMxinilfnt limine I'nlillr l.nlci-r f eptruif. 1021. lv i'litiic l.rilurr Cevipanv Washington. Nev. II. The drive which the Chinese representatives here have started upon the consortium raises one of the big Issues of the Arms Conference. The Chinese consortium is an Inter national combination of banking groups, comprising financiers of Fngland, Japnn, France nnd the United States, formed te aid In the financing of China. 1 China is afraid that the plan which most of the delegates have in mind is te extend the authority of the Interna tional banking gieup te theTHuporvislen of her finances and te strengthen the political support behind Hie con sortium. Seme members of the Administtutien here favor this idea. Hut it is net clear whether Mr. Hughes does or net. All his public utterances Indicate a desire for n minimum of interference in affairs of China. The Chinese litive started their present publicity cniifpnign in the hope of keeping the American delegation f.'O'ii committing itself te the consortium pi in and of starting agitation in the Senate against the consortium and the com- .0.! v Hughes, Head of "Big Four," Explains Duties te Commit tee of Twenty-one EXPECT BALFOUR THURSDAY Ily Hip Asseclattd l'ns Washington. Nev. !. The In nnd primiples of this fJevernmeal's position In th- Armament Cenfcrcnre wer laid before the Advisory Committee of twenty-one today nt its first meeting. All four of the AmeMrnn prim Ipnl r.elegales were present, and although it was understood that the meeting was devoted lar-e'y te a pieiiiiiinary sur vey of the situation, a general outline i.fthe program en which the American delegation has rgneil was said te have In en submitted for suggestions. It was Indicated that details of the naval re. duclien plan te be proposed bv Hie Ameilcan delegation were net gene iin.i 1 xtcnslvely. Secretary Hughes, head ,f the dele gation, called the meeting te order and in a short address gave his conception of the relations of the Advisory Com mittee and the principal delegation dur ing the conference. Fermer Senater Slither! mil. design anted rs chalrmnn of the remmitti-e. re I lied with a pledge et fullest io-epei-a-tli.n en behalf of the committee mem bers. After perfedliig the committee's ergani.atinn illseuss-iefi-i of the puipescs and nesslbllitics of tli" confluence be-i-anie gi neral around the laid" Committee en Organization A cemmillee of six. headed by Chair; 1 11 11 11 Sutherland, was appointed te diavv up a plan for organization and te report at another meeting te lie held at !'. P. M. toineriow. The ether members of thu. Organization Committee are Fiiiler Sec retary Flutcher. of the State Depart- nt : President Samuel (lumpers, of (be American Federation of Laber; Fermer Senater Willard Saulsbur.v. (tear Admiral William !,. Hedgers and Mr. Kleaner Franklin l-'gan. This committee, in addition te rec ommending a secretary and ether gen eial officers, is expected te ill aw up a scheme of siiliM-einmlttees te which various subjects can be assigned for study. It is assumed that these sub committees will be appointed ou a plan following roughly the series of subjects which are en the program of the arma ment conference. Tomorrow's meeting will be held in u loom pcruiniicntly assigned te the Advisory Committee in the Navy ltillldiug. In this room it is experlcl that the ical work of the Advisory Com Cem mlttie will be ib'ue as the cuiifcicnce progresses. Ne plans were made today for tin tin renimittee te call en President Harding, lint it was iinlicati'i! that such a visit probably would take place before the conference Is calU'd te order 011 Satur day, Indications developed today that the I Senate, which yesterday adopted a reso lution urging publicity for all full scs ! sinus of the armament conference, might consider making a further expression relative te the conference In the form et a proposed suspension of the American 'ntlniiril nn I'lVEr l.lKht. Column lint- MONTENEGRINS REVOLT Insurrection te Obtain Independence Frem Serbia Reported Londen. Nev. II (My A. P.) - An insurrection lias broken out in Monte negro for the purpose of securing Mon tenegrin independent-' liein Serbia, 110 110 cerdlag te an Fvchange Telegraph ills, pntih from Heme today, which cenne-ts the insuriiH'tiini .1 It the Albanian sit uation. A Montenegrin battalion, says the message, has seized Ihe highly Impert, ant 'tnitegic height of Mount Levceii. Vast forest fires, alleged te have been t.tnrlcd by the Seibs, nre riigiug near Podgerltzn. i ADVISERS HEAR U ARMS PARLEY PLAN milinciit of this country te it. The lln Killing lean is likely te be threshed eutJ en the Heur of the Senate within tin next few days, unless the Chinese ver sion of what has happened with respect te il Is effectively disposed of mean while. And then the foreign delegates will concentrate their attention even mere upon the Senate than thev de new, which is net a little. China's Side of Story As nlread.v intimated, in this corre spondence, the Chinese contention is that all of China's present financial troubles' spring from the determination of the consortium under American leadership te use ils exclusive control of credit for China te compel China te pay certain bends paid te Cermaii in terests for the construction of the I In Kuaug Hallway. The exact tints are net available here. What is put forth by the Chinese is put fertlf for lirepagauda purpe- -s. it is denied by Themas W. I.ameiit, speaking for Morgan ami the leaders of the American group in the consortium. Without a public investigation, in which both sides arc called upon te produce proofs, it is Impossible te Centlnurd en I'ncr i:iEhl. Column 1'eur Disgusted With Them, She Says, Arriving in Court Unaccompanied THINKS ACTION OUTRAGE .Mis. Kmma C. Pcrgdell. mother of the notorious ' u-fcer. lirever llergdell. went Inte the I'nitcd States Court alone this meining, the first te enter the room, i-i'.idy te light her case befoi befei Judge Dbkiiisen. Mrs. Itergibd .his. ncrijueii sat iiiene in tne Dig loom. She was ,lies-ed in a black hat trimmed with n Idack-nnd-white pliuci , n black caped coat trimmed v ith blm I; brecade, white cotton gloves, ami were a green In ouch pii.. Ilcside lier small black handbag. Mi .. Hergdell carried a tan sati liel coii'nln ceii'nln ing the papN't-s with which she will mak-' her light this meinin". As she snt gioemily walling the opening of ceuit she was appri-.ichei) b.v a greii, of i.ivv paper men. She bristled a little at first, but tears came into her eyes alter she had encu started talking ti'thcm. "1 think lhisl, per-icutiun, net prosecution,' she said, "and I sic no riaseu whv they should have made me suffir as they liave. I did net advise my bins what te de." After sht had controlled herself a little the voice went en in a monotone of broken Fr.glish : "Thev can't take mv home away from me because I hnve the papers here te pieve that it ia mine. I intciuMe plead my evv n case. "I think it Is an outrage in make a sick woman leave her led In come here end hiar this tiling threshed ever again nnd te leave my peer mother m heine. who Is ill in bed. I was very ill hist night and se was mv mother. My nerves are shattered. I ci rtamly hope that th's thing will he. cleared up for geed and all today." Mis. Iiei-gdell let! her home this morning ,11 s::ie e'i lock lu a lahal te go te the Federal Huihling. Net only was she the fiisl person le enter the court -room, but she was also one of the first persons te conic into the building. The eviction of Mrs llcrgilnll and her mother from the Wyuiu field avenue mansion lias been postponed bv Majer Vincent A. Carrell, atlm-nev for the Allen Properlv Custodian, until a phys ician is appointed te cMiiuine Mrs. Iti'i-gdell's mother te see if her condition is erltinl enough' te pievent her 1, -mevul. The duel or will be a member of the American Lignm, Maj-u- Can oil said. JOBLESS. KILLS HIMSELF WHEN WIFE LEAVES HIM Breeding Over Separation Thought te Have Prompted Suicide i Following a week's imu nlinli from his wife, Percy Itohiiisen, 'JL'Js, Seiilli Nineteenth street, shot himelt Ihieimh th hem l the ick kitchen if hi, heine this morning. Diath at l:ir. f'.il'j'ved. I'lu shot was l.iiiiil by in bin . Hariy ellbcr'g. r )) I en the sc mil He, n Hobinsen lifeless. his hiothi'i--vihe was lie fellllll Ills wife. Fliiibeth. ha- ben living at 11122 Jacksen strict for n,,, ns7 week. Hohliiseu. who had been a clerk' and railway biakeuinii. !i i I brcn .m, ,,t I work for ii mouth, ami It was this, it ' is thought, that led te the separation. ! The Hobinseiis liad tin childrc.i. Mrs. Hobinsen was oveicenie will, I grief when told of the suicide. Rebin- seu left a note mldrcsseil te her. !,, I, itidI l "Dear Mum I have get te end it and I hid you all geed-by, and may (ieij bless ami keen you. Mnv Hi. i'.,..i, what I nm about te de ami what I nuve "J IC'II. LAW SHUNNED YfflS BERDOLL has animated ler all ,1m , pc.y of no ,,..,,,, ,0 p y ' , jJi lZ .'" hi'i- slacker ion. new a fugitive. .-she 000 ns a veluntar en it -ll. 1 ' J J 1 " nnneunced that she intended te fight her as he knew-'we d ,M ' ? "M ni Zi own case, as she wa-. "disgusted with -ash ou hand te pv or 11 Is f P - ... all lawyers.' niug expense-. Including rent 1 wrs ciii-ii 10 snow i p miev., (.... 1.... ... 1 .. '""- SAYSP1CHANDLER WRECKED BROKERS 10 AVE OWN HRM )l Mendenhall Charges $92,000 Was Taken Out te Stave Off Anether Crash NEPHEW DECLARES UNCLE OWES NOTHING TO CONCERN Facing a fight situation with his own cenipan.v. Percv M. ('handler demanded and received a 8112.011(1 payment from the already tottering firm of Chandler Pres. & Ce., with the alternative of bankruptcy for both concerns. Knrl Mendenhnll declared tedav at a meeting of creditors of Chan Her Pres. & Ce. This was one of the sensational dec larations made b.v Air. Mendenhall. In the Chamber of Commerce auditorium, twelfth and Walnut streets, as he chnrged that Mr. Chandler Indued te drag down Inte bankruptcy tl Chandler Pres ec Ce., which July 25 for .? 1,000.0(11). he firm of h failed en Air. ( handler, formerly a member of he firm new- bankrupt, and head of 1 Handler &(,,.. I,,r.., ,,., pjetured as he masters voice." who. it was nl- leged, once told Mendenhnll and K. S. Vit' !l.",',,l"'r '"ember. Ibat thev could de Ids bidding in a certain Instance or retire from the firm. Defended Ily Nephew Heightening the interest of the state, incuts made b.v Mr. Mendenhnll was the declaration at the same meeting hv I' red P. ('handler. Jr., that he believes an investigation will show- P,,rcv M ( handler, his uncle, ,ines net ewe am money te the bankrupt brokerage house. After d scussinga mass of deals, stock sales and financing operations. Mr. .Mendenhall spoke of tl. American shin and 1 enimerc. Corporation which was rermed In the summer of Ijllfl bv Percv 11., "im"''r n,ld his associates When the stock market struck the low n grade in lilin 1, 11. .!., .. .. '"? stock values and evnrtur, I. c T.u v for en te obtain frnuli n..:i..i" n 1 . , ,, .. 'I'll,,!, .ll, ilenhall sahl. Men- Percv M. Chnndler. Mr. Mendenhnll Co0ferVr?,oo,(on Ch"r "'""" ," fnr T;!,-;000 nsn voluntary i-nntrlhu- Hen toward the refinancing of Chandler v ) e., inc. "Percy M. Chandler knew we wire in no posit,,,,, f , p (pK X!)e 0() .. M Mendenhnll continued. "He knew that we mill sold our customers' Merk-s- ,' IrjII.Sf te keep nH.,,,1? ,,t H1, ,,,, I' simieil an ailditiennl bunh 11 of Sin.oen u "t-.-u 11. me .Miierlcan siiin .m,l 1 Saw l'a Hurt's Ahead "Mr. Chandler snid. however, that ir was a question f ,!. salvation of both firms, for If Chandler .. I,,,.. ,.elll( down with them, but if we could some way raNe ,l,js ,,., it ,,,,, , ' 11" II I1II1IIIII Willi III I Mil.. us in save some nn- illinium nun we I'ughl find nii-iii s in icia iituiat iiL' en.- 1, 11.1 r continuing in hu-iness. ces ami "Healizing that there was nothing te de ether than pay this jsii'J 000 u finally; agreed te de . although' the American Ship and Commerce people , the best of mv knowledge, never j,,,,, I iii"L " "in- in pay mis .v.iL'.ll'Ui ,,,.. selves," The !I2.(HHI payment. Mr. Mcnden I hall said, was s ,ade t Iu 1 ii weuhl I net appeal the book.. 'I'l,,, C() ,ku, wecklv payment te the Am. man Shi,, I and folium ne Corporation was ,, ,.,. , pieiuise iiri-augeiiient he.-ause. lie sa( Pci'V M. Chauil'ei had transfericd 1 In the corpernii 11 1 f Chatiiiler Pres kv j Ce. neil's aggregaiing !s2s7.HOU. I Mr. Mt'iiilciihiill further ci.iiuei niuiniirii nn I'imc kirIu. I eIiiiiiii Tun PENN WILL GIVE F0CII DEGRliE HERE The (Uki-cc of doctor or Inwt, will b- cunfuTtd upon Mnrebnl Fech by the Univei-"ity of F.-nnsylvania wluu lie vibits laic; iu.t Tuesday. Thu c-eiomcnit-e will prebablv tnUe place m hule IHudeurv; JInlJ, under tite inibpices, 0f the American Legien. UUAZ1LIAN COI'FliE MISSION RLACHES NEW V0RK WASmMOTGM, Ms.v. U. T.-.u Umili.,u ', peiil i.i I'll', i.ils ei iln. Giumbci ei C.j.iii'i'ii W.Tshlu.in tei'.ny pn pai.itery te piein )',!. bt. Ljuu. and Chitagu. the pinu-ip.il dutul.titm iu th L'juntiy. The :uliea can-", i-j ut'-.ti'l tin :.ai.-ii..l Coffee Cenvcu'uu STABBED IN BRAWL Man n Hospital After Rew Over I I Weman's Picture .Meyer Hoilell. !KII Pun OV amensiiirr avenue, is iu the with a wound iu hi Meiiimiisi ii :. i 'IB ! sole 'a' I ing a free-for-all light in the l1m, ,)f ---' I. I. Solemon. Seventh street near Shuiik. illairv own, in, m an, i n iiuaill .Vlll line ,, ,,, 1 I UnvU tt.ill, el si... .....i. ..... .1 et Seventh sir,..,,1 ',.,. stienit. ,.-,. ,,, ,-,.;,.. ,.i i.f ,.. i , ..... t H'xu uimir ,ii !"; istratc lial.er tins nieruiug ami held iu .-s.iiiu nan ter iiirtm-r iiearing Iridav, when it is expected that Itedell will suf ficiently recover te tell his story. It in alleged that the light' started ercr the picture of a woman, The Winners and Losers in Magistrate's Fight Winners Diigan. It IHKH8 llanlgaii. It I7HKII (l'('euii')r. It 17,-,i:'.i) FKgeral)!. It I7tm7 Heatim. It I7!'.08t Ceward. It l(l!)l)2!) (ileiin. It 1115788 ilell.iiu), it ie.i:i:m Keberts. It I115()l:t Perrl, It 15:1077 Scott, It . -..1:10778 .Magiier, 1) 811008 Heldirr. I) K!)7ll Tetighlll. I) 801) t7 .Scullln. I) 72J80 Itelishaw. D.. Pi1".. C 71(170 D0111, I) 02180 Ix)-iers Price. A.. V. I .r.2t:i)7 llurns.l 400SJ1 Carsen, Pre.. V. L .'SS014 Fester, Pre., V. L .'I'JUO Snvder. D HOI -IS Kline. I) ''''" W Celdsmlth, W :2l!!)S Darby, D ".I07 I tuber, W 2(i(l2'5 Hnck. I) 25S50 Mcltcvnelils. ('., V. L 2I5MI Mennhan, V. L PJsl" DEATH TWICE CAUSES TRIAL POSTPONEMENT Continuance Granted When Father and Brether of Attorney Die Fer the second time a death in the family of David I. Sciinlmi. an at torney, has interrupted trial of a will mutest brought b.v Themas Mclllene, heir at law of Hi'siua A. Hartley, bis aunt, against his cousins, William .1. and Frances II. (Ihiscett. Anneuiiceineiit was ninde today be fore Judge Stnake that Mr. Scanlon's father had died and he wished a con tinuance until Monday, which wns granted. When the contest was under hearing en 11 pievieus occasion. Mr. Scnnlen's brother died. ltcgina A. Hartley lhed at lllli North Twentieth street, nnd her estate, which amounted te about S12.000, was left te nephews and nieces, but she cut off McClone. N0RRIST0WN WOMAN WINS Miss Emma Alker Elected Tax Col lector by 2000 Majority Norristown. Pa.. Nev. ! A record vote of the v, mien jives Norristown it - first woman tax collector. She is M'.ss l-itnmn Aliter, n sister of CJeerge Alkei , who died n few days bcfeic the pri iiiniy election after serving two terms as tax collector. Miss Alker's major ity was mere than 2000. She wns alto a fa 'ter in tin- def','it of Flgin Le-i- hardt. (he regular Itepttbllcau cnndl- j dnie for Iiurgi'ss, bv a majority of 1 mine than 1000. I James Petter, a Phili:di'lrfiin clothing j salesman, will be the next Purges. He -was elected ou the regular Democrat h ticket. Seme years age lie was de-1 fouled l.y Samuel Ueberts. Kepubli can. I In Coiishehocken (ie.it-gc 'de Haven. Hepublicun, wiib elected Ilurgess by a ! uajeilty I1' six. The Ucpnbliiansi swepi ine ceiiuiy vvnn ;i maieritv Wlilcli may icmli Kl.l'OO. - PACCpn WnRTHI PCC nucri1 . r.wwt.f w.i 1 1 . ui-uu uuuuu '.,.,,,, , w , I win apene rear in jail ter Getting $889 by Fraud Harry M. P.erlni, of Newark. N. J was sentenced te one vim- in the Ceuntv Prison b.v Judge Quigley in Quarter Session,. Court. City Hall, today after pleading guilty te giving a fraudulent check and te ebtanlng merchandise under false pretences. A cording te the testimony. P.erlni was iii the mail order business in New ark, N. .1. Last March lie lame te this city nnd puichnseil lifty-niue revolvers .mil twelve puller whistles from IMvvard K. Try en ,v. ",,. When the mercliaiiillsc was delivered te him at the Hcllcvuc Hcllcvuc Stiatferd he gave u fraiiduleiit check for SS.S.JI in pay mein. lie eflcrcd no defeiis,. ,, ,P ,.mr"c .oilier tliau lie 1 1 a I orders te i business and did net have the te pay for the meielinnilii Ill Ills money -efti'i- Mi. 'ion. oc.ii ec.ii uf 1-nntjy,. viuj tvvi .. tn New OrUnn.s. :; r-'intjjji avci.i";i 'In aiiuunl muetiutr iu N-.w YeiL. ! BURNS FATAL TO CHILD i. mother's Effert te Save Proved Futile D-.hf-. ltnrtis e i,t- .),,. .....i... ,.. i. . " i-iiwn- ueuy i-aust'i ,""1' "' "" Mur, li, Ne,,,, thice years eiu. i.-t,-.. Wliitniau avenue. Cam-i .... it . k. .. . . "Ien n dec- , ... . . . '.'. ' "" "UI"L '"-st '"'KUt. Mrs. Hni Ili v..:,.. ,i, . . - - i llltl's I niellier, was liuitied en tin. !,...! ins whjl,. trying te beat out the llames Ihe ililhl died In the West .Icisey Homeopathic Hospital : ami When think ou OilnU nt virltlnr, YmiTtNCl. Advl or MACHINE GOBBLES 1 -PARTISAN OEAL Organization Throws 55,000 Vetes te Democrats and Beat3 Women Candidates MISSES FOSTER AND SNYDER CRUSHED BY STEAM ROLLER The Vare Combine, entitled under thu Inw te only pirn n of the seventeen magistrates elected yesterday, gobbled up a total of sKtern. An analysis of the returns shows that this wns t lip result of an old-fashioned bipartisan ileal between the Combine nnd the Democratic machine organiza tion. The deal destroyed nil Winner of real minority i-eprnfrrntatien In the election of the magistrates. The genuine minority in the city' electorate, according te the Inw. should have wen sis magistrates. It wen only one, Ilenjamin II. Henshnw. commit ting magistrate nt City Hall by np np peintment of Mayer Moero. Henshnw broke the stranglehold of the bipartisan machine with the In In eorsement of the Mayer, the Voters' League nnd independent Democrats. (Jrab lTp Other Places The five ether se-called minority magistracies were grabbed by machine Democrats, with the necessary backing of Combine votes. This deal, according te Fdvvnrd J. Hunter. seeietnry of the Voters League, demonstrates the necessity for the continuance and development et the work of that organization. "The League will eflV-ct Its organiza tion." Mr. Hunter said, "and continue the battle against bi-pnrti-an cembi- 1..1UOII WIN! tile nlfu of stiii.ii,.,. nt the root of the evil." The figures sh,,w ,lat jf j( m(I net been for this bi-paitisau deal two women. Miss Katheiina K. Fester and Miss Fdii.i M. Snyder, as well as Mag istrate Hebcrt Carsen, would have been among the mm, rity magistrates elected. As it was, they w.-rc crushed by the I I'l-partisan st. am mlbi. Miss Fester bad the inducement if th" Vetem" iLiague and the Ucpubiu-au Wi men's v..' """"""" i -'Viiuu I rilnmi i. . I I . ,11... ..!...,.. ..- .... . , .viis, j;. iieiisun .Mtemiis '' M.is Snyder had tin- iui s ciiairman. irseniillt of ,i. Ii .... . -, eini'i rati wiiiucn. .ceil an indciii'inli'iit mr. ' ai son has istiale dncc lii i'i' it nm about eight years age. ami bad the indei-M mi.iit nf t lie .May m- and the etei-s League. "Plumped" for "Lucky -'i,." The fact that the Van- ' 'einbine (Inw fiem Id. 000 e 50.000 votes te live m. n Inn-' Dcun ci'iiis Miewed under the liitals of the icul ImliMioiel,.,,! j vlatlii men '.nlv I In- ileal worked out a- e 1 'eiiilnne nl. in this win : l , letted votes te the e or in this i .is, v ,,.,, ( levin Hi-ieil licani 'umbine iieininees. all ever the , tj . I,, ,.w., win tli" e'i- en ni. i lern v inujerity eleven weie c' m. inner as fe tli-es. The i I'd bv nltl- rniitics i.iiiyiii.- fr ,, .,11.01)11 1., inn nun The u irm il rennn-i-.it i, elr. n-ceril. ing in about ; the '.Igliles in n, , lectien, waf iD.neii ir ii,, ,...,, i, ,,,, i ,, ciats had ili pi'inlcl en this total tlisv wiumi nave u en Fester ai d Sn.vi be.iten '.i-i'v in Misses lei and bv M.iL-isirnle 'arson. 'I li Vare ( 'einbiii. . I, ,m.iii- i-M.ie te Ihe icsciie with a Idei k of ."0.000 "ililneii'd" voles. Hew Deal Was Put Tliieugh As cimpiiii'd with (be Dciaecratic total -'t .".ii.iiOO. Maglsti.ite Caison re .lived a tel.il of .".s.C.l I vetes: Mis- I i-stcr. 'i 7 is. It 7,::i0. and Miss Snvder. .'Jtl. vvas noted ,j ebseivers r,f Hip deal I hat these thlci' Independi nts, for i amplc had ii-iiin ihiiiii te MitHI vetei" normal Democratic inn. mere than ihe chine total. I'llli. s-;ih. utheilt llie i.i al. weuhl ha-e been i.iere than suf ficient te In ing about th- rln tien of illil per cent in ni.rilj lungistiatev. The ei-ei whelming m( ,f (,,,' ijp. puiilican erganizatii.il plur-ilitlis al' ever I'lilladilpliia. tuiether with a re vival of el.l-tiine in.ichiiie priictices. li .lite I slblc. the mjiiiiiulatii.n e the vole pos- Tin ninnipiiliiiiini of the magisterial I vote by the Vni e oigani.aiien. of course, materially cut down the total vote r. iinliniirieii Piiicr IUuIiiitii Tijunin Out JUDGE STEPS LIVELY j Outwits Crowd Waiting at Elevator I Entrance ' S'"" ''"' '''eviltms in Hie imrtllWCrt lllstalliitniil it new elicti 'r 1'iirn ll,.. te. nil,,,, ei il.. .1. ...... ' i "i hit are no- '"'? !."..,l,".;""1 !".T """""'K lW iiiiiiii t ii ;'-iiii -iu iui, iit s.t.i. i. ,i ..." .. .. ' ' ... '. i i , . ... s..ii ii iciiicr rush through the crowd, ir.vinir '.MnU,. way- In one wa.- -tn king 'IS till' iIoein lite ii use te ii "P. A man 'is cattail, and t an ciiiiitv car opened 1 1 , mini Nriic,I sliel up. beaiitii: iu ne nl". and Hid car piiKnenger I here were sheuU am! pretests from no- i-iunu II II 1 1 1 Mune ed explained milt tli" lone piiHsengcr I.nmerclle, Uitg for court, wu Judgw 6 MAGISTRATES BY V li f W mm m Ifffl riitff m mm. M l ' . r. . '."! ii,,. A., 'A. A ''i