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x' Of. I 8 1 ,s- e SALESMAN SUED FOR HEAR! BALM Indianapolis Yeung Weman Says Philadelphian Wooed Her en Business Trips MIXED JURY HEARS CASE A romance, which began ne.irlv ix 7?aw age when a traveling fiihitiKii .licean courting n yetniK woman in Indianapolis was described today before court during a damage suit for alleged ft raixca jury in ,iuuku oiieiiinii.v. r. hrpaeh of tirnmUe Hatel Dietrich, an attractive bru nette, testified the met Alexander Davlcs, of this city, en .Tnntmry 10. 1918, whlle he wen n saleswoman in e dry-goods 6tere in IndlnnniKills. Dnvles paid her marked nttentie.ni whenever be lilted her home city, "h" unid, end corresponded with her while he was en business trips. Hhe tonti tenti fled he proposed marriage In P-eecmbcr. 1018. and the wedding day m lined for the fall of JOIN The complainant said she came te Phllarfclnhtri for the ceremony, but that it Trns nnatnnneri hv uavies oil im- .. ,. , "--t; , - .. 1 1 around of "business troubles and wer- f I f CO. .t..Hua.l ItiltltA niii ii'imn ill I ncs. bw raurara uuf . 1... Plillurlnlnliln nenlll ROOII fit tlTU .1T(I . "He again pleaded for delay, but I would net consent." she testified "He get Ten nasty and spoke nbemt a Hen wemnn in Les Angeles whom he could raurry. We bad tern,' angrv words whn h were mere than 11 low.' quarrel and when he reused t" K'1 abend wit1! tin; wedding preparations I told him 1 w.nild call bim te account. He replied : l"'i better net threaten me or I'll tell the world you av nn adventures.' Several women arc en the Itirv try ing the case The complainant ad mitted that he had been married, but H trea ni hreurht out whether l,c husband died or whether thei" had a divorce. icn it Weman in Case" Enters Yeung Trial Contlnefl frm Tnce Onr and Marlton pike, Tllislnitx. test. tied that en .Tub 2... In the morning, Yeung and Garwood were In their hotel. They said Yeung had called en the meinin of July 20, driving a new s-edan. Hu told them he had bought the car fet 500. Three jitney men from the ferry. William T. Mills, (Jeergc Vatten and 1 LcBlie Zinger, testified that im the morning et ,iuiy .i iney -h".- leur.g 111 uie cerrj . iiniuiriu? ler mr uiiit m a new sedan. Mills said he had told Yeung te bit down in the edan while they looked up Garwood. If It had been any one else, thej; raid, they would have taken the "fare"7' themselves, l.ijt every one liked Garwood. IJrlns in Miss Green Miss Green's name was mentioned ter the first time when Gmrgu Webster, of Trenten, testified he had been intro duced by Miss Green te Y'eung in her fwn home. Miss Green had said: "I want you te meet Mr. Yeung, nice, uulet young man." "Was Yeung introduced as married or Ringle?" asked the prosecutor. "Single." "Who waF Yeung visiting at t'u" Green home?" "He wus calling en Amanda Green." "Did you see him en Jub 1" of this jear?" "Yes, T did. lie spe'ci te me about Xtttins him n license for .1 car ' Secured Aute last -'Che witness wis then shown the ap plicatien for a license, the bill of fal and application for u driver's permit, together witb the license and licensii1 tnsa. He Identified them ns papers and articles wnlcii Had ue'u in his posses -9ien. He admitted he had sigued the name of Guilferd Yeung te the appli cation. The witneis also udmittd he had received the money for the license from Yeung and that upon recen ing the tags and permits he took them te the Green tiotne and gave them te Yeung. The tngs, he tcrtlfled, were placed en a sedan car about July 10, Under cle6e questioning the witness, with apparent reluctance, admitted that 'he car en which he saw the tags plured en July 10, wns net the car he saw in Voting's possession at the Green home July 'JO Askul te explain thi fa.l. the wit ness did : "The strap was broken en the dour of the car Yeung had en, Julj 10, and I get him 11 piece et leatlmr te Ox it 1 told Yeung I h.id it and he aid te me: 'I de net ncul it new I have a new cai ' " "What kind et a car wa" that'-" Mr. Wolverton asked. "It wa. a Tord sedan "Was it the suiiie cat as K,i, lulv JCV" "Ne, it was net " "Did ru go drivi-i; witu Teuuj in this sedan en July U3 '" "Yes. 1 did." "Who was with you in the ir: ' 'Yeung and Mr. Grem's two daugl, ters." "Did you go out the following dev, 8unday,r' "Yes." "Who went?" "Yeung, mrself and Mr. Green's two daughters " "Where de jeu geV" "Te Pine Ucaeh. X. J . .111 1 I'ln t. Harnegat " "Sert of a picnic, was it?" iskcd the prosecutor. "Yes, if you want te call it that " The witness gave evidence of stub bornness. Names Receiver for Maryland Ce. Fsderal Judge Thompson tedav ap pointed T. V. Dickerman receiver for the Geerges Creek and Phoenix Mining Corporation, of Phoenix Clessing, Md , en 11 bill in equity b" a creditor and the consent of the company te n re elvcnthlp being created ler its business. The company has an othce In the- Em pire -Building, Thirteenth and Walnut ftreetu. It is said the company is vrltbeut working capital, and unable tu meet notes (jiven In payment for I'eul lands. It is claimed the company is solvent, having assets of SL'oO.Otie 'gainst liabilities of $lfl 1,000. BrUmd Lays Wreath en Washington Tomb Washington, Nev. 10 CBy A. P ) Tribute te Washington as the close friend of Trance's great sol die?, Lafayette, was paid by Pre mier Brland and members of the French delegation te the Aimament Conference, who went te Mount Ver Ver eon and laid u wreath en the Wash ington tomb, IMore going te Mount Vernen M Brland and members of bis part) visited tbe Capitel and laid a wreath en behalf of France en the bier of America's unknown teldler. Lt - E Premise te Qeveal Seme Newi Points in Fire Apparatus I i Graft Case ' I LETTERS AS EVIDENCE I When Themas J. "Wclden ami "WU- j Ham Quicley are nrrelgncd before Mac- . itrnte .Meelenry. in City Hall, this aft ernoon, en the fire apparatus craft charges some sotiMitlennl testimony eMU'Cted. Velden is Administration lender of tli- Thirty-ninth Ward, while Quisle) ii n firehese salesman. He lives in Sixtieth street near Trinity plaee They arr accused of having tried te obtain a S.1,'1.000 bribe from the fcSenprave , Cempnnv . dm npparntus manufacture or", en the pretext of swinging a SrrfW.OOO eentrael te the company The affidavits en v liich the wnrriinl1 wcre liaW(l cive but nn inkling of the ... I.ln, .rtrt (hnt ti'lll 1... lirrti.i.lifr !, Il liT" I V H1- ' 1- 1IJI. I 1II l llt,lb vl '" i the Commonwealth in cnurw of the hearing. The prosecution is prepared te , '.. .1... .1... ii ...m ..,!. ri'Vflll inn-, unit uif. vihihi m iuw (, ?, K nf u, h ,mV(, tlirp . ... v- letter, two of which, t is claimed. were written "" tne ueieniiaiits te me Dliie office of the Kcagrave Company, the fire apparatus linn appre-iclied It will be shown that tin- accused men gave as ihiirnetet references a half-dern men high m iuhlb and political af fairs. The third letter was a reply from th Seagram e Compain. w'llcli under the dlrci'tien of I'ireetur t'ortcl t'ertcl t'ortcl ieu. aided in the enmeshing of the de- flMlit'lIlf W " ..... , ..., J. I'C as v-en as x, ,.,,,eh una wu.Ku-; ,.. Minr nr-i rrujn..iii,i . ,..- ""' - -v. .... - .-.......-- ---- ter Cortvlyen l'r-vi, that tim en he , Nil'-'""! the cemjmnv tiie ea lCvict J'rojiesitlon net sensational p.u.,1 te I : by the Commenwclth ict proiwitlen made by Stenographic notes will , I'erii.ip Ihe i: he brought out will be the evict the tier 'tnlant. Menezrar he produced te prove that Weblen and 1 Qiiigley premised te get advance copies of the sppoiiieatieiis. it tiie tirm tie iifil changes, it is nllcged, It iiremUed te make efforts te have them made. t'nless ethers were implicated in the plot It would require burglary te k--curc nJvuncc copies of the bpecificatleus, it was said in Citv Hall Te representatives of t.' Sengm'ie linn the defendants tire Bald te have in- t'nated that they would have te u--e 1 , purt of Up grAtt-ter "higher-ups Ileprcstntmiyes of thu concern In- : ,0 ith the money if they HuceeMcd in Ibwlnginc the contract. "Vi'c couldn't tell you where it would ' go for S1H0.000." one of th" pair is said I te hae replied, "but we can tell jeu that Weblen and Quigley won't get it all " R.R. HEADS DISCUSS PAY CUT Date for Proposed Wage Reduction te Be Fixed Today Xew Yerk, Ner. 10. (T.y A. IM Decision en the date when announce ments of wag- reductions will be posted by 1'iiFteru railroads, was te be reached at a meeting of the Association of Hall way l.zecutlves here tcxluj. it was forecast the wages of men in theshep erafts and of unskilled laborers would he cut te the going rate for the same class of work in ether Industries. T'nder the previsions of the Trans portation Vet, thirty days' notlce of wage reductions must be given, and at the expiration of this time conferences will he held between representatives of I the reads and their empleyes. Disputed cases will tnen de uie witii tne nan- way Laber Heard in Chicago. The dech ion of the Laber Heard yes- 'T ,y "' i 1 wo8;.ef ',lunlJ' all classes of empleyes of the New Or leans and Great Northern Hailread were cut 10 per cent, gave tic railroad ex couth es reason te believe the beard would act at once en any cases referred te it. 3 Beys Jailed In Camden for Theft Jehn O'Henrku and Herace HattOM hy. each sixteen jnrs old, of (ibm (ibm rester City, and Hdwnrd Hendricks, lifteen years old, of .'128 Kiiighn avenue. Camden, were committed te the Camden Count v Jail this morning by Justice if the pence Giegeiy In default of e bail each. 'Ihe three bes ate charged with breaking into the Ilrnek lawn Community Club last night and stealing candy valued at el0. The bejs said they did net break In. but v allied in when they found the doers epn. They admitted taking emg ,-andv. Deaths of a Day Mrs. Virginia E. Raleigh I Mrs. Virginia L" Hah ,gh died list) night .it her home, Ii20." Diamond stret.i utter a short Illness. Mrs Habugh w.i-' lvty-seen eers old. 'J'he funeriil services will b l'.e'.d at the house Sat- nrcbn ufternoeii. The burial will l v , leunt Pence Vmeter Mrs H.ib 'gl w.is a m, mbei of the Park 'ongr'gi 'engr'gi , tlenal I'hureh. She l snrl'e,i In ! ei husband. IMs ml T Halclgl, .ind-"., .'.(Mim. lien K Kitln.-h and lieM-.t I ltulfish Charles T. Neal Omih.i. Xeli.. N'. 1i - i . Veal, s,tv, prominent ru ii e'e.l aiiibbidy i-f gastiiti" at bis 1 11 ai hum t'.day. During tbe war Mr. V, .1 1 besi n bv Herbeit Hoever as vire pre ! eient of the United Mates Grein I poratien and wai se!ect(d i) Alt Hoever te go t Europe' m 1'ebrn rv l'.illl. te assi-t in Jcdlng tai Turupeans. The Rev. Smythe'e Funeral Tunei il rvif) ter th llev D Heni) Sin) tin Methodist tlergw who whs knwn for lis oi.tten throughout tle N'uMeri and wl d . . " estcrdii) at his home, ijl:, e h Twenty-iecead tieet, lollewlng .1 Iei. illness, will be conducted Satunl.i Satunl.i merning nt 11 o'eleek at 182( Chctu it street. Tiie Hi v Llun Bewman, pu'-tei et Spring Gunlen Alt thefllnt Epixopel Church, of which Dr. Sin)the nnd hi" family were member,, will be n chaige. The' Interment will he in Mount Meriah j ( 1 meter) E. J. MeGreflan's Funeral Funeral sen-Ices for Edward J Mr Gregan, thirty years a deputy Lnited States Rhipping commissioner, who diesl Tuesday in his home, HUH North Han took street, will be held Saturday. He was siity-ene years old. He leaveti a widow, four daughters and two Dens Mies E. D. Barratt's Funeral Tuneial services for Mis Ellen D. BarrHtt, sister e.f Juelge Norris S liarratt, et the Common Pleas bench who died yesterday in her home, HUB Pine Htreet. will tske place this after neon at 1W0 Chestnut htreet, with the Hev Dr. David M Steele, rector of the Pretfblunt Eplaeepal Church of tit Luke nmf the Epiphany. eOlciatitn.' Mien liarratt wns In her sixty-fourth r year. BRIB TS GET HEARING TODAY EVENING ' PUBLIC - I. I I I - -- .1 FIGURE S86&S&30' F0CH. PITTSBURGH'S GUEST. CHEERED BY THOUSANDS Western Pennaylvanlans Turn Out En Masse te Greet Warrior rittsburch. Nev. 10. - Illy A. I i -Chcercil bv tens of thousands et Western INniisjUaninns hi ln irnle through the jiriuclpal business and rul deuce sirec-ts of the oily. Marshal lvli wns today tli guest of I'lttsburgh. ' The niiirsli il Witcd n mammoth stee! i mill lxferc he came te town, tool; lunch-1 eon with Mnyer llabceck and the City ,-euaCxl, and later looked down into the faces of nn army of school children n- nn rnnnifrii tiiptii inr tiiit iiifi worn ,,. (nr .. nrn,inl, nf ,-,' Th.n he rested n little befoie taking Ids place In a great banquet hull, whole be was te spenk bricfb te hia hesttt. the Amer- 'can Legien find the Chamber of C.m- "-w- An hour later he planned te be en w- yhMnten, where te- '"""""' ,hu M.,n 1"i" '"IJ" 1"'"r ,0 .1I1IVI IVH S II IIMIIM1 II CIIV,'l . An Interesting incident of the day w.if. a islt te the Allegheny County soldiers' memorial here. In the pieieiiec of some .",000 Mudents from the Tniver Mty of l'lttuburgh and nuqiicsiie I 111 versit) he rceived the honorary degie" of lloeter of Laws conferred by both institutions The Hpectal train carring Marshal Tech and his party reached a suburb en, time and a switched te a track lend- jn )n(0 f1(. Homestead Works of the f'nrneirte Hfeel Cemnnnv. lifter the lii.ir- s)mi iin, in formally welcemn by ..Tlvnnln. m.,1 Mnver llnbceck " ' - PRESBYTERIANS MEET TO CONSIDER BUDGET Executive Commission Convenes at,' Atlantic City Atlantic City, Nev. 10. The Ilev. Henry C. Sw.'firingen, Moderator of the General Tresbvterian Assembly, pre sided today at the opening of the con ference of the executive Commission of the Trefbyteri.in Church in the Tniten Stat'-i of America, which is attended 1 all the .'itteeii memlcrt. with the; ex ception of Hubert LtnHlng, former Sei -retar of Stile, who wired that he is unable te be present ticause of tin Limitation of Arinniiirnt Cnfercn'e He Is- te act as ndiser of the Chinese delegation. Moderatei Sweat mgen is pastor of the Heme of Hepe Church in it. Paul. Themas D. .McCleslij , of Tlttfburgh, and J. Wilrm Smith, of Philadelphia, and Pennsylvania members of the com mission, lir. L. S. Mudge, of Phllu ucliihta. the tieiv stated clerk, is fcc- tetarj u, the Commission Dr. Mudge lia arr.mu'ed the agenda for the commission, which will deal al 1 lest exfluslvelj with ilic toleption of 11 few budget for the coming jenr, te be submitted te the General As.cmbh which is te meet In Des Moines Ma IS. The budget Included home missions, geneinl education, church erection, publication of Sundav school weik, ministerial relief and aid te dependents, frcedmen and temperunci and mer il welfare, together with perinnnent com mittees which leek after the incicase in membership, evunrellsm and Sabbath eb'rMince. DIseus-dens between the members belere the opening session indicated that .1 sentiment prevailed that it would be unwise te increase the appropriations ever these of last year, whMi nggn -gated .sC'.OOO.OiiO. because of ctitliiK depicssien. Seme of the members fa irifj e-allinj for an nddiliuliul S 1,000, i)ls. Battlefields Searched Carefully Londen. Nev 10. (Bj A. P.i-All the battlefields in Trance nnd Tlr.uders have been systematical!) searched at . li'nst six times for bodies et seldiers.1 Sir L. Worthingten-Tvans. Seerffarv of State for War, tejld the Heuse of Commens ycsterdav . EVERYBODY SMILED BUT CARNEY 1 JSM iKtlufi mm & imW tSW The smiles nf the gri clustrml .lliuul tbe well liiinwii llguie of the Nla.v or Indicates what happened when th I blef l'.reiitlf of the lit) heiirded Magistrate Carney, arclte. in lifs den today und ashed bim te flue him for violating Irnlllr lavis as an example le ether auto users, although he was net leg.ill.v lLible. "I'lnc," isald the .Majer. ".Ne Hue," snld Carney, the unsmllliiK jeulleman In (be insert. "Finul" replied everybody and the "rute viar" was drclared ended LIDaER - r - PHILADELPBlA, TgUBSDAX . I ! I ! " - ! I I I I I. Illl -I I ! I ' V - IN $60,000 GEM ROBBERY DARBY HUNTER HAD GOOD STORY BUT NO RABBITS Friend Listened Attentively Until I Gunner Said Thief Get Bag i Ter a week Ildwnrd Tries lived in the 1 up-State hills and was the terror and nemesis of all the rabbits thereabouts. Acsiuday be relumed te the borough of ,liirh with enough trophies te make twenty jlnbj Huntings wurm ter tne winter. .New Mr. Tries lias that weakness 1 dtnmen te all hunters home from the hills, and he could net resist un inelinn- ' tlen net te return home, but Instead go .. .. . . ... , i 'r"l'ect Hetel t bpeal; Willi 111s em lrlenel. Hurry Hevvei". It was Mr. Tries' Intention te let Mr. Powers en.iej the thrills nnd nd- recetiutecl "hevv the'rabbits lied in panic before his approach, hevv licet these I beams wete. and yet net se lleet ns te esi'ai'e his truM gun and fnithtul eleg. lb expertly lel his narrative te 11 , climax ami then taking the niimrn(. l Mr. Powers bj the arm led him te the j front; of the hotel. "New." said Mr. Tues lightlv , "here iin a few et the rabbits that I stepped te pick up." He reached his hand into his automobile, but, alas, after grasping 1 about for several minutes he dnw It I out empt . The game was gene, and gene, tee, were his trusty gun and faithful deg. "Well, .sir, I'll be ." began Mr. Crb.s; hut he stepped suddenlj, for Mr. llewcru' fate had hardened into a leek of cold suspl. Ien. And it is 1 elated by a Darby chronicler thai he, before whom the rabbit" of I'erks Coun ts had quailed, went home tonewful "' ARMED MARINES TAKE UP GUARD OF MAILS HERE "Shoet-to-KIII" Orders Given Men if Highwaymen Appear , Ilti-1: marine. tt:iight-shoet'ng, . lMieuler CMinples of lighting manhood. I will tal.e up tli' lr newc t task of guarding the mails in Philadelphia this nttcriioeu. I A let.ul will repeit til the Tener.il P.ulhllng. "annecl te the tut'i i1 Postmaster Thort'ten phiasi'd it. TI.e niarims have eideis te sheet te kid any would be mall robbers. Daring lnbl-ups of mail truir.s by armed robbers led Postmaster Gem nil Ilajs te obtain the services of I'm le Sum'-" fighting marines te Impress ban dits v.lth the spc redness of the mails. Motoi trucks can vini; mail fiem tlie central eflre, Ninth anil Maikei str.-et--, te the railroad stations, as w?ll n te postal sub-stations, will tie guard ed bv marines. jn every truck .1 marine private will be locked In vviih the mull. Marines abe will lie en the mull cars uttached te e.ptess trains. PEGGY PLANS TOWED NO. 4 Says Next Husband Will Be Amer ican, "A Geed One" Chicago, Nev. 10. "I hnve had three bail husbands, but I'll get n geed one yet. My next husband will be an American." paid Peggy Hepkins Jevce, former Tellies I'lierus girl, who receiveel SMi.imM) and ether prepirtj valued at (le,e te iJl.COO.000 from Stanlej Jejie, v he teased te he her husband when Judge Sabath signed the divorce decree jcsterdaj. "1 suppose I am forever damned by jesterdav'rt court proceedings," she sun I. I nave new get a mneit cje ami have te take it. If the Judge gave him n el iv one." rcc then I appose I am the black Crowd Witnesses Fire A large crewel witues'ed a tire at ne-en today in the home ef Eugene Jenes, 11 Negro, of HO Slate street. The dniir.n' room was elamagid b hie and v ater te the extent of S'JOO TOJ" .T- 'K lieiijamln Xcmirehky. left, Israel Zleger, center, and Harry Zlrgcr. son of Israel, proprietors of .- jnuelr) siore at "18 Siinsein street, who were held tip In the establish ment at H:.10 o'clock this morning by three armed bandits who escaped with .$50,000 in diamonds. The robbers dropped :i S 10,000 package of gems In their lllght. The girl Is .Miss lnnces II. Unnctt. Kirie M"iMirc slreet, boekUceixr for Iho linn, who tried te get tfie Mere en the telephone during the lield-up. but failed when the bandits would net allow the ring te be nnswrrrd $60,000 Geill HeUl'Up 174.1. rJ Cni.mi Ct I III URll OUllaUlll OlOt - - ,.,,.., ,,,,... n. - nHnnrd rrem I'.e One him. He fett a pistol jamming into his back. I "You're n pietty vise sort of looking ,, ,,.., ,i t'ii , I ""' """ """" " ".. ' ' " '" i a bullet through jeu.' It was. the v dinger bandit who v-ns tprakirp. He had walked arcrid te the hack of the counter dining the ex citement, and h went straight fcr the safe, stepping ever Zleger's prostrate form. "H" "cemed te knew light wnere te i go, somc-nev. , 'aid Ilanv .ieger lie If pi ned the proper cempaitnient in tiie safe and took out the wallet of gems. 'Ibis he slipped into his pocket. Then he opened the ether compartment, where the set rings were, and took three irays. Then, v ith the siulY In bin liRmls, for ; he had slipprtl his pistol into his pocket t'gaiii, he went out through the back et the store." The rear of the store is shut off from the ster, itself. n.s it is a sort of ware j loom. It opens out upon the bmall I nllej that runs cast and west from I Seventh te Lighth streets, and Sansom and Walnut streets. The t ether I men backed toward the deer leaeling into I the watcroem, and also belted. 'I'hej were net fo'lewed. The alnrlh "was. given 1 from the front deer of the store. Later, when the partners investi gated, they found one of tin- tru.ve in the alle.v, with SI 0,000 worth of rlnhs scattered about en the bricks. The bandits did net dare te tarry te piek the rings up In their flight. t ICHANGE IN RAIL BOARD I PERSONNEL IS PROPOSED National Traffic League Would Have Only Public Represented Chicago. Nev. 10. -(By A 1 Recommendation that the Cniteil States Kalliead Laber Beard be ihungeel from its present form of three representatives each from the canters, empleyes und public te n beiaid of five persons icpre icpre Fentlng the public, was among the changes in the administration of the railroads censideresl today bv the Na tional Industrial Traffic League, rep-resi-ntlni; man) rhippcis of (lie ceuntrv. Other changes suggesteel were Hint in disputes where shippers wete affected they should be henrel, that no ileelslens should be given by the beaid without consultation wit! the Interstate' Com merce Commission, and that certificates of convenience anil neccsMty be net re nuiieel where a railroad operates in one State enlj . The Legislative Committee of thi leacuc. wlilch draft, d the proposed changes, also recemmendeel that the mower of States ever railrenels be pre- serveil. subject only te the right of the Intel state Commerce Commission te re move unjust discrimination upon spe cibe complaints. Tin' present law, which, it was claimed, attempts te fix rates se that the carriers will receive 0 per cent en the investment nlse wns opposed its ells- I criminatery ugainst ether lines of busi lli ss. 'I ue committee Mated that propesiti pi nis for the amalgamation of read en v'shm.ir) ami impiactlcal anil le the detriment of the investing publii . Il 1 reisiiuinended the Interstate dimmer,', I Comml'slen be given uutherilj te au fh.oil7e eoi'.selidntion el tennis enb where such consolidation would be t the direct benefit of the public. ASK COLLEGE CO-OPERATION State Active In Promoting Student Disarmament Sentiment Mate t'ollege, Pa., Nev. 10.- (By P , Letter -i settlnj; forth plans for tin co-operation of American college and en' ' "v studuifs in united action for petitioning the Disarmament Ceiileren,,. ur si in te the stuilent leaileis in neiirl) all American colleges today Pennsjlvanla State students have be, n active in promoting student sentiment ler deiinltu disarmament action and to day Utter from E. E. Overderf, the' cedlege student president and secretary of the Executive Committee', elided b) the forty e'ellegcs represeuteel nt the re cent Princeton conference, will give com plete infoimatlen en the project te ln ln Htutiens all ever tbe country. N. Y. WATERErTivilLTsEIZED Health Chief Calls Conference in Effert te End Strlke New Yerh, Nev. 10. flly A. P A scries of conferences between dealers and Htriklng emple)es wns called for teelay at the office of Health Commis sioner Cepelnml In nn endeavor te itirf the mil'ri strike. Pach implejer will nic't a delegation of his own men. Several thousand quarts of ehl or watered milk were centiscatesj jeattr day by Health Depaitn.eut lir'pecters and two men were arrested. The first ds.v's trial of 'the plan for huckstering milk at ttreet cerneis was net success.' ful, the strikers claimed. Many wagons returned te their etatlenn wltl) la run part of their leads unwld. QVBllBM. ,10, 1921. . M f "" I . , COUNCIL WILL-ACT ! ON SIX MEASURES One Bill Regulates Location of a Number of, Electric Street Lights in City $9000 FOR WH A R.V E S City Council has filx bills en its cal endar for this afternoon's meeting niul It Is expected that they will be passed 'without n fight. One of the bills pre vides for the location of n number of electric lights In different parts of the city. Until recently the Department of Public Safely decided where the lights vverlf te be located, but two weeks age a. resolution offered by Councilman llttchhelz, chairman of Council's Com mittee en Lighting, was passed after n fight taking the locntien of lamps out of the hands of Director Cortelyou and provided that Council should decide the location of electric lights In the future. The ordlnauce te be passed tedny provides for the location of- lights nt the following peints: Chcltcn uvcnue between Greene rlrcct nnd Wayne ave nue; Fifty-fourth street nt the bridge ever the Philadelphia, Baltimore nnd Washington Haihead; Thirty-third street and Hidgc avenue, Lebanon nvc 'nue anil; Atwood street, Wghtcenth 'stiect between Jehnsen nnd Vlglci streets, Church lane and Ogontz nvc I nue, Church lane caf t of Ogontz avenue, ( Chinch lane west of Ogent. avenue, Terresdale 'nnd Hunting Park nvenucs, i two lights en Hunting Park avenue be itween Terresdale nnd Kensington nc nc nucsrftwe lights en Torreadnle avenue I between Hunting Park and Kensington 'avenues; Carlisle street, between Dick Dick ineon nwl Tasker streets, nnd sixteenth street between Perter and Shunk i strceti. Anether bill before Council is an erdl- nance te autlierie A. Lincoln Acker, Cily Purchasing Agent, te pay the Am nions Ceal Mining Company. S.7- ' 7011.40, end Oliver P. Waldren. 27,- ,'!l'i.lr, for coal delivered te the city in 1021. Council will ale authorizes Director Cortelyou te pny Policeman Grevcr C Steekcr $070.20. and Policeman Jnmes E.'McInt.vre S071.". which Is paj du them from the middle of November, 10'JO, te the end of Match. 10111. These men were suspended illegally and the Committee en Law has lecemmendpd that they be paid in full while they were under suspension. An appropriation of 0000 te the Department of Wlmives, De"kH anel Ferries will be made bv Council this afternoon te be used in making repairs, alterations and extensions te wharves. JEWS VOICE PEACE HOPE B'nai B'rith Head Tells Harding They Are War's Greatest Sufferers WashliiBten, Nev. 10. IB) A. P.)' A hope Unit tliifArniament Confi-r-ence will result In an em of univcrsnl poui'e was expressed te President Hard ing today en lrehalf of Amerieun Jews, In n telegram from Adelf Kinus, of Chicago, president of the B'nni B rlth. .lews ever) where, Mr. Kraus said, would "watch with anxious .hearts" the progress of the negotiations. 1 "Wars nnd 'the eensvquences of war.-." continued the telegram, "have weighed mere heavily upon (be Jews' In nil lands than the) have upon thee of ether fuiths. In common with tlus3 of ether creeds they have given, their nil te the lands under whoe pre- ' tooting flags they live. The poisonous aftermath of wur. Its hatreds and pas sions, lis miseries, munleis nnd lies, have been visited upon them in far' greater, measure than citizens of etbui faiths." CUBA HONORS DEAD Troops and Marines Leave for Key West te Share In Services Havana. Nev. 10. (li.v A. P.) Car r.vlng it battalion of infantry, another nf marines and two military bawls, the Cuban cruiser Cuba sailed today for Key West where Ibe troops will trthc part in the eonunetib's Incident te Ar- , iiiistlce Day and the burial of the un- I known soldier as eilliclal re'presentntlvc-' ' of the geveriinicnt in the American' celebration. ' Ijleiitennnt Colonel Cni7. TSiislille will command Ihe military detachment andn the commander of the Cuba, 'Captain . Hodolfo Villi-giis. will head the marines. ' Accenipan.ving Ihe nrmed feics vvere rt'pre-entatlves fiem all the leading Ha vana papeis. Camden Man Hit by Aute Hairv Leng, lift) -four jeers ehi, 70n Line slreet, Cumden, was struck by nn automobile at lireadwa) and IJbert) street. Camden, last evening and re". c civ I'll n luielly lnceiateel scalp. Wil liam Carrell, liOi." Arlington street, e, tiver of the car, was relea eel. Three VIRGINIA Ntatk, ?ES The three retest cigarette tobaccos, blending MILDNESS -MELLOWNESS-AROMA one-eleven cigarettes 20ferl5 i V 'J'"" 1 AiJWrf vw . ... - - 1U 'AimttY I HORNE GIVES GLOOMY VIEW OF BRITAIN'S FINANCES Expects Natien's Tenacity, How ever, te Carry Her Through trillion, Nev. 10, (H.v At 1'.) A Bloomy view of the financial position of the United Kingdom was presented in the Heuse of Commens jesterday by Sir Heberl Heme, Chancellor of the Exchequer, in moving the second read ing of the Appropriation BUI. He ex pressed the belief, "however, that Great Britain's traditional tenacity and re sourcefulness would carry her through the hard times. The arrangement te begin payment of the Intciest en the war debt owed le the United States nt the into of 50,000.000 annually, he said, would occasion fresh expenditure next jcar, nnd would com pel the Heuse te "cut Its coat according te its cloth." The budget estimated n surplui of 81,000,000 from ordinary revenue and iO.'l.OOO.OOO from extraordinary rev nue. Of this total e0,000.000 was allocated te the sinking fund, leaving an estimated surplus of 07,000,000, which, however, had disappeared, owing te the recent coal strike anil payments te the railways at the cessation of Gov ernment control. I'xpcndltures of nn additional 20,000.000 becuuse of un employment had been offset by equiva lent savings. The surplus would be insufficient te provide a sinking fund of 80,000,000, which would have te be provided by bor rowing, be said. This, be added, would involve no deficit in the budget. SNOWSTORM GRIPS N. Y. Central and Western Parts of State Covered te Depth of Five Inches Washington, Nev. 10. (lly A. P.) The steim which brought winter weather with rain nnd snow te wide sections of the Middle West ycterdny was moving northeastward te the New England States today with Weather Bureau predictions of similar weather there, and in the North Atlantic States generally. The forecast was fqr clearing weather, however, later today in the North Atlantic Section and for fair weather there and elsewhere generally cast of the Mississippi Hlvcr for Fri day. Armlbtlcc Day. (jensidciably lower temperatures also were expected for the eastern half of the country. (Vntral and Western Xew Yerk con tinued In the grip of the Miovvsterm wlilch descended upon il yesterday, but clearing weather was preelicted for that section also later today. An average of five Inches of snow was reported te have fallen in the central and western parts of the State in the last twenty four hours. New Type Freighter te Be Launched Cheater. Pa., Nev. . The Califor nia!!, nn 11,000-ten cargo carrier, will be reloaded from the wayu of the Mer chant Shipbuilding Corporation en Monday. The freighter, which leads a new type in this country, is built for the American-Hawaiian Steamship r,nnnr nf Veu. Ynrlr ,.n,l t. ii. V'im',i'a v - vaaia atii'i -i iijv forty-first craft built at the Merchant yar.1 under the prment management. 3fu patriotic Compliance with the expressed request of The President of the United States The Governer of Pennsylvania and the Mayer of Philadelphia and as a tribute of respect te these who gave their lives in the late World War This Heuse Will Remain Closed Friday, the Eleventh of November Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-One 3. . Cnlbteell & Ce. i Albert M. Greenfield & Ce. A Complete Real M Mortgages nggrcgatiriK $7,000,000 were placed by tts in 1920. Institu tions, Fraternal Organisatiens, Corpo rations, Individuals, and 23 Building and Lean Associations whom we repre sent as cenveyancers, rely upon us for the placing of funds in well-secured mortgages. Net only does this give us a continual source of funds for first and second mortgages, but implies a belief in our soed judgment. It is very comforting te have the geed opinion of our clients. It acts as a kindly spur te even better efforts. Aii Unusual Real Estate Catalog , ei,?Jl? ' fetniK prepertle. from JI0O.O00 down te SKOO. nnel cemprltlr.tr every vat leu t,VMPn,1 ."J1."10 ,n a" Parts of Philadelphia, will be sent en i eciuejt. ALBERT M. GREENFIELD I5ih & Chestnut Street; Branch Office: .its s. Fifth Strati OrTIClrtifl OF VOTE BEGIi y Election Tally Starts at City Hall Before Judges Regers and McMichael MANY SPLIT BALLOTS"! The official count of the votes polled, i nt Tuesday's election began today in l Ilnem 200, City Hall, before Lil I McMIcbnel,,jif Common Tlcas Court Jfe 'i 0, and .Tudse Ilegers, of Common pp 1 Court Ne. 2. Deputy Prothenotary Italns Is mm: 4 vising dPtalls of the count, which h t. Ing made by a corps of clerks. All tbe returns virtually are complete. The count will be blew been,, , '4 the thousands of "split" ballets . HJ The cutting of magisterial Candida J en many ballets will odd te the, teilfn,,. I nees or the effiejal tally. ' There will be new chiefs In enlv tru- ' of the county departments en the fim, Monday In January. Magistrnf,. Cams.' bell will l)cceme Register of Wills. Z. ccedinir James IL Shechan. who Is ui te be slated for n $7500 job ns mcrcn '. tile appraiser. u t' Themas 1 Watsen, dmlrm.. .t ., ' Republican City Committee and r if ' mcr magistrate, will become City Ttm urer. an office which nnri (in caa ?' salary and about SlO.OOO in fCCs' W.l 'en will replace Frederick D. 'shereV. who probably will resume the pracllw et invv. n Hol.l-everH vvlll keep their SMts lft , the ether county efilces. ineludlnc lie . cclver of Taxes Kendrick, City Ceni " tre ler Hadlcy and District Atterner -i Hotan. " ' V rlrin,i'ivr,"IT,v JOHN, en of Antheny of I,ou xburarli. Ceuntv V Rt Dutrnll nd IlrMe-t County Mnyo. Inland vjl ri-.-l' tliM und (rlenda nr Inv'lted te iii'i! rerni. Hiturelny. 8 A M . from Ii aim,". realdenc. Mi. J. Oeldlnc. 041 Uurfe"., f-elemn hlxli m.ias of rfeiulnn. Chirrs. VI Clur r.adv nf Mr Oim.l i! lujrcll of ..t.i.l,. Tn.AVM.MH, ll.li. I ' . 1 ieIv. Intcrmnt Helv C'rein c.ni.tnrv Ol'MJinm:.- Nev. 0. 1IUNIIT M eft KIJi:. aitfd 73. Iletatlves and frlenrt. .' Mi: in irnnleyua of Henry ninr.trm . ."".? , nnA !,.. . nrffnTifTa,lAn nf M.HI..S u 1 Z. ' ?nQ.aU hn unu & n..irr jin iiimiu ii urnii iurarn, SHturdar A. M . at David II Schuyler JJMjr . HreaJ nnd D.ilmend Kin. Mai nt Church nf nS I.dy of Mercy. UM, Interment rr,3 , New Cathedrnl rnalen'. ,' n ivii'i ,..s.- .suv. m. LUUlA n.. IvMnvf V M'llllnm 1lAnf.n rs.nAn I --..:''" 121? . ........ ..'.... . nt 11 ncriiccB. rrii. ' r. M.. nt O. A. It. .Heme, fi.vth and VS. pin. Intermen t ait. ernen Cmtnr. ernen Cmtry. WAGNI3H. Nev. 8. B I "' "' ;?.',"V " XtA , V.-'.V. V. a.n.a '""! or EOwnra u. vv nrnsr I ,i' iiiuisu iu . i n ,-. iiiuvi nil , J' , r"W"."- T?JI,ft. X' -y' ? 'to'e'p. m?"11"1" "" saiuMir. , anna nt. Tn ay te vlswej -i Estate Institution nrAnis ' CAHSEItLT.Oii Nev. 7. loe, n.n 'r. J., son of th? lata Itrlclc iinJ HrM c..K issrlr. nebstlve and frlmd. Invl 25 t A nrrnl en FrMiiy. nt T:3rt A. M . f rem i?.' refdence of Mr. Annle Dever. M e1 ti' , filKh R'e. Pelfirn rcqulem tnB Si si iv Church, nt II e'c!6-k. in,im.V. V.J,' M. . ev. 7. at TVA,At. m.i. ertgages 1 msiW?b. . Mf PESIDCSTlAl i msia2& I Wawae"" i VKIXI' I & CO. R V L- L wr -f,. w -tSi.