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'' ""T -v gyl-w i gr'"i'.(;4i.''.vs " "v "wv'' w ?wj T3S e. E I IS LIKE ML BIN' Overbroek Parents Assert Con ditions in 62d and Lebanon Ave. Building Are Deplorable 'PUPILS' HEALTH IMPAIRED' Declaring tlint their children nre nt tfndlnc "cellar classes" in n "con Tcrtcd cenl bin" which is ilnrk and tin -Tcntllatcd and endangers their henltb. patents of pupils attending the Over brook Public Scheel nt Sixty-second street and Li'bnnnn nvenue are going te fight te a finish for a new building. Mere than 30O imrentH went te the school n n bed and inspected It and i neclnral conditions are deplorable They rhnrge that attending cluie In the "cellar" has caiced cold, Im paired the ".Ight and otherwise endntt gered the health of their children. The school yard, according te the visitor. is nothing but a "sea nf mud." while rubbers en the stairways are frayed and worn, making them dangerous. Parent sal.ne oppose the part-time ar rangement, which the cramp' d condi tions ina'jii iiccew-arv. Committee, te Act Nothing but a new wlien building will satisfy the Overbroek toxpaer. it I in declared When the ."On pntrn-1 visited tlie cl;oel they formed a parents association, elected Henry I Vnche, llfili North Slt -fifth street, chair man, and instructed him te select n oenimittCH of twelve men and women te carry their case before the Henrd of Education. Mr. and Mrs. Vnche have been ac tive in getting the movement for a bull ling s.irtid. Mr. Vnche has already named seteral members of the com mittee. Mrs. Vnrhc nid tednv she has re fused te allow her daughter te attend classes In the "auditorium" as the room in the basement has been named by the school. "My daughter's sight was becoming affected." she ald, "and I was ordered by a ph.vicjnn te keep her out of the poorly -lighted room. We want a gen eral pretest against nndltien at the Hchoel nnd I think after the next meet ing of the parents all will refuse te al low their children te attend clashes in the basement. "Many of the children hate suffered in health because of this impretlsed clnssroem nnd I knew of one teacher whose health was virtually broken be cnuse she wns in that room much of the time. There are new tluee -".lent-ing" closes which shows that tin building is etercruwded. We hate made repeated requests for n larger building or a correction of conditions but there has been no uctlen. Larger liuildlng Necessary "A new and larger building is abso lutely necessary. An ndditien cannot be built te the present structure ter that would net leave space enough for grounds, nor would there be nt inuch fleer-space as Is required by law. The Heard of Kducatien new owns n plot at Sixty -hfth street and Lunsdewne ave nue, which would provide room for a proper building. "The next meeting of the parents will be held November 5 nnd I think that there will b some action after that." Mr. Arthur C.eldsmith. tileU Jefler- hui srteet. declared today she has been working for a larger ichoel for mure than n .tear, and that she will we te It that members et tne iteuru ei i-.uu-catien knew of conditions if she has te take each one te the school and show him the conditions there. "We asked te bate the basement con verted into a schoolroom te jelieve the part-times onditlens. but it was under stood then tiut it would be only a tem porary arrangement. "I have two daughters In this school nnd the.t tell me that they have te go the basement or outside the building every time that they want te gt a drink. The feuntuins are installed, but are net working. The windows In the basement are se arranged that ventila tion Is Impossible and the light Is tery bad. Princ&piil Talks MLa T.flile (i. Teele nrincipal of the school, say the best efforts are being ade te care for the children in the overcrowded conditions. She says that beard has infeiuied tlie patrons et tne school that lack of funds bus pi evented expansion of buildings except where ab solutely necessary. "There arj new mere than 1200 chil dren in this school." ntd Miss Teele, "and in order te take care of them all it is necessary te have bix grades en part time. Without the basement there would be ttvMve claes en part time. The classes that are held in the bnse ment are only lectures, and Mich classes as de net require close attention by the pupilb. , "An addition was built te the school about seven years age, which ptevided twelve new rooms, but two years after that "eme of the classes wer en ju.i time." SE.ErTl7-YEAR-qLD ELOPER Relatives of Brooklyn Girl Ask Philadelphia Police te Aid in Search Grieved nw- the elopement of hi r seventeen- j enr- old daughter w.ili 11 middle-ng'd I'hiladclphian lnt Thurs day,' the mother of tne gir! has refuse. 1 te eat until she returns home. The condition of tne mother became se siyieus jestijidny that the brothers of the missing gltl. Alice Ceorge, 20 Htrqni; place, liroekljn, enme lure e ask local authorities te help lind her. According te the brothers, Charles nnd deEflpI), the missing girl is a fc-.trinn and is tlie youngest of three children. She hid been ciupli'sed in n factory. Last Wednesday Alice waR Introduced te n I'hllbdi lphln buer or salesman by another girl employed at the fo'tery. The man took her en nn automobile ! ride and for dinner. She was mnnr- j ently infatuated with him and told her I mother nixmt the affair. The mother j forbid, her te see him again. The fe!- I lowing tlaj Alice met this man, whose name is unknown te her relatives, nnd they cutne te Philadelphia. SPEAKS ON ARMS PARLEY Defegates Must Have Inspiration of "Kine of Kings," Paster Says JTIifl present Conference nt Wn-hlng-tenf -purposed te bring about umvetsul peace. theitghr disarmament, " will nunc te nothing if it does nut enter its cal culations with inspiration from the Prince of Pence and the King of Kingi." This wns part of nn nddres by the Itev, Themas C Pollock of the Oak Park, United Presbyterian Church, de livcrcd this morning before a meeting of Presbyterian ministers in Wltherspoen Ilnll, The title of his address was "The Plata of Jesus Christ in the New Tea taraht." Dr. Pollock's thesis was that since- Christ ns (Jed is the creuter and tha!metlv,nting fotce of the world," end utU'hipt te correct thu evils of the world Avjineu mp inspiration is -.tasted el -- I T, SAY SCH0OLH0US HOUSE TAKES FINAL VOTE ON REVISED TAX BILL TODAY' Republicans Say They Have Enough Vetes te Pass Measure Washington. Net. 21 .- (Ilv A I'.)1 The tax revision bill was started to day en the last lap of the extremely rough read It has traveled since the Ileuec passed It exactly three months age. Several Ucpubllcan leaders doubted whether It would reach its journey's end in time for the adjoin ning of this ses sion of Congress en Wednesda.t night. Tin' measure, with Its conference re port, was before the Heuse today, with majority lenders determined te ""end it te the Senate tomorrow, with the final approval of their branch. Demeunts weic rend with a motion te recommit thu bill with instruction that certain ililtip ilnne hi conference he nnrlnne. hut proponents of the measure said the j bad the votes te defeat this motion and bring about adoption of the conference report. Senate opposition is expected te be stiller. Members of the agricultural hlee are net nt all satisfied with what the conferees did te certain features of the compromise program which they brought forward and had adopted. The Ucnie- crnts are opposed te the measure and I plan a fight en It. I While he linnlly has "lgncd the ren- terence report, fsennter smoet, et 1 tan. one- of the Republican Senate mn li ngers, is far from satisfied with the bill. He said tedn he would tell the Senate se when the conference report comes before that body. While regarding Its administrative features as a dight Improvement ever these In the existing law, Senater Smoot said It wns net what the American people had been led te expect they would receive. He characterised the measure as a makeshift and said Congress would hate te de Its work ever before very long. AIM TO PREVENT STRIKE Garment Workers' Walkout Post poned Pending Conferences I'ffert.s will be made this ttevl; In garment workers and manufuctun rs te tench an agreement that will avert the strike which was scheduled te go Inte ffect this morn inc. The walkout hns Inn ndtancsl te next Monday morn ing. Announcement te thnt effect h.i been mnde by Max Amdur, president of fhe Cleak nnd Skirt Makers' t'nlen of Philadelphia, at 2i2 North Ninth rtreet. He s-nid that tlie Wern- n's (iarinrnt Manufacturers' Assecia tien !ns premised that the emileycis would met rei revntatives of the union it. n cenf'Tcnee tomorrow. The issue of the propose 1 strike1 hinjes en the nnneuucfi plan of tlie mainline tutors. te re-establish t lie piecework system in the fncterles. STORM WARNING ISSUED New Yerk. Nev. 21. (By A. P. The Weather liurenu today issued the following storm warning: Disturbance central this morning east southeast of New I'revideni e nnd Hahanius, moving northwest. Caution, advise vessels for Seuth Atlantic coast. Ministers Plan Christmas Programs Christmas programs for the chinches were discussed this morning ut n meet ing 01 the ministers of the Kefermcd ( hurch of Philadelphia. Tlie Hev. Jlnrry II. tlnrtman, of Uethany Taber nacle. Twentieth nnd Dauphin streets. suggested the programs should include less of Sinnta Linus and mere of the Christ Child. Deaths of a Day FRANK M. EAMES Funeral of Walnut Street Man te Be Held In Upton, Macs. Funeral services will be held tomor row for Frank M. Karnes, 221. "i Wal nut street, who died suddenly .testerAny of heart disease. The burial will be at L'pten, Mass. Mr. liames wns sixty-six years old. lie was well known in Philadelphia, being particularly prominent in fra ternal affairs. He was n member of Phoenix Ledge Ne. l.'iO, F. nnd A. M.: Temple Chnpter 248. K. A. M.: Philadelphia Sovereign Consisterv A. A. K., Ln Lu Temple, Mille Ledge Ne. 1000, I. 0. O. F. ; the Manufacturers' Club, the Keystone Sheeting Le.igue and the Beaver Hun Hunting and Fish ing Club. A daughter. Miss Angic Fames, sur. rives him. Charles N. Van Dusen Charles N. Van Dusen, who for mere than thirty-five years was asso ciated with the office of the Prothono Prethono Protheno tary of the Courts of Common Pleas, died suddenly early yesterday morning. Mr. Vnn Dusen was fifty-seven years old, a native Phlladelphian, a son of the late Jeseph U. and hllenera C. Van Dusen, and a member of St. Stephen's Protestant Episcopal Church, and of the Union League. He lived at 402s Walnut street. He was unmar ried and Is survived by five brothers and five sisters. William J. Barry William J. Barry, well known as a hotel and apartment-house manager, died suddenly Saturday night In Lang Lang home. Pa., where he was visiting friends. He was fifty-six years old. Mr. Barry, who was born in th Tenth Wnrd. began his career as a clerk in the old iiirnra Meuse, Mntli and Chestnut streets. He Inter became ir.jnager "f the Belgravm Hetel. After supervising the erection nf the Wel lington Apartments, Nineteenth nnd tt ninut "ureers ne wns inane mnnnger lit their opening. .vrrwar ward he uecnmei '. Apartments. J mnnnger of the f.nngncre Sister Mary Flera Alumni of Notre Dame Academv, ' ,-.v'ni . J cinuiicte.1 irora,nren,i tr(,cti 1000; L. S. Thompson, is 0 "hestnu street and se.emn mass .,,,,,, North Seventeenth street Sir.!.-. ri.Lv, T'nni . nn,l A,J ' "'1 " S"muPl J. L.tetis, CMS North Thir c ninl 2 t ite l,mtt'1' "entli street, 51000; llebcrt Kurt., Wednesday merntng at 10 e clock. S,() v ,, Thlrtr.secentl street. $1000 : Rirt.nheuse MV'nte. are mourning theiMti Seuth Sixty-third street. 572.": I.I. n n fi, nnvnl eiler Alameda, denth of Sister Mary Flera, one of the' Kenn WS North Tenth street. $700 ; . Tl'p flrc en, ,lle nnWU " .,. " ' elde-t nuns of the citv. who was a W . Kaske, SiiSO North Nineteenth , which stnrtcd Saturday, was still tnirn- meinter of hi academy faculfj for many years. Sister Mnrv F er.i wns eightj -feur1 yenrs old nnd nd been teaching 'en-! tinueiusly for sixty-two .tears princi- pallj In private institutions. Among' the thousands tthe passed through her' classes were many .teung women who) nenieteii inme in literary unu nrtistle fields. A number of women who beennie prominent in stage life also were among her pupils Fer the last few years her activities in school work were lessened by weakened condition brought about bv her .tears Her funeral services weie attended by a large throng. Charles N. Kuhnle Charles N. Kuhnle, for mere than forty .tears connected with the auditing department of the Pennsylvania Rail road until his retirement became of age nbeut two months nge, died sud denly yesterday afternoon at his resi dence. 1003 North Seventeenth street. Samuel M. Heyer Samuel M. Heyer, three times Mayer of Alteena. died Saturday night in the University Hospital, where, he under went three operations "tlthin n week. Gangrene developed in his left leg and three part of the leg were amputated. The right leg was amputated last June. Air. Meycr wai elxty-uve .years old. EVENING PUBLIC GIRLS 'MEASURE' 'HEAR!' OF PHILA. Gelden Rule Yardstick Is Being Applied te All for Fed eration Drive $621 A MINUTE NEEDED The measure nf Philadelphia, figura tively at lemt. Is being taken this nft nft nft afternoen by 20 Quaker girls. Just after luncheon the girls, clad in n duplicate of the' costume worn b.t I.ftltln Penn. daughter of William I'enn swarmed out Inte the ci ntrnl eh streets etirh armed with a yardstick. "The (Jelden Ilule." Kvcry citizen passing the girls is being stepped and nsked If the hnve "men mired up te tin (iruinnds of the Welfare Fcderat en enmpaien for N 1,000.000." The glils have been recruited from the Y. W. C. A., the Knstern Pennsylvania League of lllrls' Clubs nnd similar or ganizations aflillnted with the work of raising the fund for the federated chari ties of Philadelphia Society, club nnd college girls ere numbered nmeng the dainty girls that are covering Bread. Chestnut, Walnut and central creu streets in the effort te collect the $t21 a minute which is necessary te make the campaign n sue-cess. Pledges Will Be Accepted Ne one is actually being measured, the ynrd-stlck being carried purely for Its moral effect, and each girl is In structed net te "held-up" pedestrians The demonstration is planned te bring personally te Philadelphians the need for "one collection" for chart ties. Fach person will be nsked if they have "measured up" nnd if they hnve net they will be nsked te contribute. Tlie contributions can cither be In cash or in the form of pledges signed en cards with which the girls arc provided. The enmnnign is new en its second week nnd there still remains !s2,700,000 te be collected. Tills sets the hard Btlnt of ?02I n minute for the workers. The enthuslnsm is se high, however, that the leaders of the drive believe that success will crown their efforts. Besides the girls in their daint gray garb, lODii ether solicitors are working throughout the city in terms te collect the money. The team captains nnd members will meet tomorrow nnd Wednesday nt 12:30 lu tlie Bellevue-Strntferd ball-room for it luncheon end reports. Hew Cleveland Succeeded Hew Cleveland has "put across' Its community welfare drive nnd Cleve land. It may be snid, hns had probably the most success in thnt line of en deavor of nny city ln America was told here yesterday by Samuel Mather. Mr. Mather has been identified many tears with the civic, religious and philanthropic interests in Cleveland. Asked for his views en the Philndel phln Welfare redcrotien, Mr. Mather said : "A man or a woman may side-step the appeal of one charity, but he or she cannot evade the appeal of many of them affiliated in one group. The people must be en one side of the line or the ether, end, if they nrc en the wrong side, they had better come across. "I em net here te tfll Philadelphians hew te mnnnge their own affairs. I am here merely te tell them hew we manage our philanthropic affairs ln Cleveland In case they want te knew. I want te place nt tlie disposal of Philadelphia the experience and information we hnve gained during the fourteen yenrs that hnve clnpsed since the movement for welfare federation was begun In Cleve land. "We learned from observation nnd experience that five things can be ac complished with welfare federation. First, federation does net destroy the Individuality of the participating or ganizations; second, it tends te free the managers of charitable agencies from financial nnxicty nnd se enables them te iraprove the qunllty of their work nnd service; third, it substitutes fellowship for rivalry nmeng the agen cies and workers; fourth, it reduces the cost of welfare administration, and fifth, It Increases the number of people who support tvelfnrc work." Te a question ns te actual financial results, Mr. Mather replied : "Ne one of our organizations has had a deficit for three years, and we hnve Increased the number of contributors te the wel fare work of the community from eOOO te about 105,000." 25 AUTOS REPORTED STOLEN Number Represents Thefts of Cars Over the Week-End Twenty-five automobiles were stolen ever the week-end. according te the reports, today mnde te the police. The owners and the tnlue of the cars fellow : William IT. Steinberg. 225 Seuth Fifty-fifth street, $lr,0 : Jeseph C. Wellmnn. 7Z Catharine street, .:i0(0; Geerge . Heyser, .r35 Legist avenue. S.'MOO: S. Lewis. Camden, SllOflO; William L. Helmes, V00.J North Twelfth street. ,2S00 ; James Carviile, 1717 Wallace street, S2fUXl. Merris Uutberg, 70 Seuth Fourth street, ?27."0: Willinni Henry. IVnjnc avenue. S2400 ; J. D. Schefield, .".'SO Bidge avenue. $2300; Antheny Kay ser, 23 S Seuth Fleventh street, $2100; Charles Jellinek. .'1750 North Flgh teenth street, $200; Jacob L. Brown, 12.3 Ieidy utejiue. S2000 ; Charles Wiigner. 31 North Fc .- 1 tun : David II. Soils ertieth street. 1221 North lfil iai ft Lntl 01 T Wnittri Sivniit r.nn t li ,tre(, s,se,-, . 'A T- Fuilerten, r, ,!.-, Lnrehwoeii avenue, 5800; M. Canten, street, S00; M. Mnein, Jr., ( .tntvyd. StST." , ' Ostvell, Kfi," North Sixth -treet, ."f.ViO nnd It. II McAllster, 521. "5 North T i th strett, $4."0. TOLSTOY HOME DECAYING Family Plana World-Wide Restora tion Fund of $100,000 YnxnakA Pelyann, Russia, Nev. 21. 'By A. P. I The home nf the late Count Loe Tolste). which Is classed by the Soviet Government as a nntiennl museum, is in danger of cel!npe. Al though the Government is running free weekly p,.lgrlmng"s te the house, no money has been spent In its upkeep, and the Tolstoy fnmlly plans te start a world-wide restoration fund of $100, 000. The familv also proposes te found a Tolsteyan University, obtaining funds through publication of n memorial edi tion of eight volumes of Tolstoy's works, the first of which is new being prepared by bis daughter Alexandra. Horses and Ponies Perish In Fire Ceatesvlllei, Pa., Nev. 21. Twe horses and two ponies were smothered te death and fifteen ether hend of live stock rescued here today when fire pertly destroyed n large stable of Dun. leaw Bres., contractors. The less H estimated at .f5W0. ,h , LEDaERPHILTADELPHIA, MONDAY, "MEASURING UP" k.4Ih1jamh iHwWkxsHD xH Jh iv-'fc'-'$BW EK .K""''-' JnHJ P9R& MbHB KHIHIK - ''" "t"".. .,.,.1 1luj jjt i. jiMtuL. -uv.7 ?' r1 "1 Miss Margaret Burns, in quaint Quaker gaib, l.s .shown uppl.tinc (he Gelden tule yardstick today in the drive for the Welfare Federation "Charity Chest" NERVED BY MOTHER -LOVE TO BATTLE VICIOUS DOG Mrs. H' . A. Peivcll Says She Was Nerveless When Attached by Cellie Until Sen Was Endangered Mether instinct gave Mr. . A. Powell. Fast Highland nvenue, Merien. the strength te fight off the attack of her collie. Beb, which had suddcnl gene tnnd, she explained today. All Saturday morning. said .Mrs Powell, "Beb wns sick. He would net cat nnd just moped nbeut the Inwn ; neither bones, meat nor ether deg ueu cacies would tempt him. 1 telephoned n veterlnnrinn who said he could net f ever until 11 o'clock, se 1 went out $e get Beh te put him into the gnrage. "As I went toward him he wagged his tail nnd wns apparently gl.ul te s,.( ,n.. vi,..i, t ion. limt itliiu n f.,i ...... ..I..,. J...-V .. feet of him he growled and sprang for me. sinking his teeth Inte ui.t ankles I was terror stricken, nnd se-biirprised I could de nothing. Saw Bey's Danger "Frnntlcnlly T nt last made an effort te move, and ns 1 turned I saw my small son, .Tuck, coming te me. I screamed te him te turn bacls but he kept coming. "Thoughts of my boy's safety were the only ones in my mind. My fright, the pnln in my ankles, all were for- CRAIG AND LLOYD GEORGE WILL MEET WEDNESDAY Anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" Marked by BIq Demonstratlena Special Cable Ditpatch. CovvrleM, I9il Londen, Nev. 21. Sir James Craig, Premier of Ulster, hns accepted nn In vitation te confer with Prime Minister Llejd Geerge en Wednesday. The con ference will be informal and will seek some wny te bring nbeut Ulster's par ticipation in the proposed plan for a united and peaceful Ireland. Beperts from Glasgow say thnt 10,000 persons took part in Sinn Fein demonstrations there yesterday. Three halls, decorated with the green, white nnd orange flags of the Irish republic, were filled by demonstrnters. Sinn Fein meetings will be held throughout Scot Scet lnnd all this week. The Lord Mayers of Dublin and Cerk nnd thousands of people attended the funeral of Alderman Tadgh Barry at Cerk yesterday. He was shot by n sentry while interned nt Bnlly-Klnlnr Camp. Representatives et Famen de nlern and many members of the Dnll F-lreann were among tlie mourners. "Bloody Sunday," the anniversary of the denfhs ef'Uencrul Ilichard Mc Kee, of Dublin, nnd Captain Peter Clancy nnd Coner Clune, both of Clare, was marked by a big demonstration nt Dublin yesterday. The three officers of the Irish Republican Army were killed one year age while attempting te escape from Dublin Cnstle. nclfaht, Nev. 21 (By A. r.l-Onc man was killed nnd another was wounded in n rencwnl today of the rioting which broke out in the Seaford district in Fast Belfast yesterdn when rival factions clashed. Tour persons were sent te hesplnls and numerous ethers were slightly Injured In eter day's disturbance. Today's recurrence of the trouble wns met promptly by the nutheritlcs nnd the situation wns speedily brought under control. SHIP FIRE UNDErTcONTROL Flames en Alameda Near Extin guishment All Hands Safe Washington, Nev. 21. (By A. P.)- ' nR tednv though miner control, tlie Navy Department wns ndtised. As .there Is no fuel oil in her cargo, efii- cers believe the flames seen will be ex- tlnEulshed. All hands were reported safe nnd uninjured. Three tugs with the mine sweeper Falcon nnd const B'nd "utter Miinning were standing by the Alnmedn. which wuh brought into Ilnmpten Bends Inst The department hns desfgnated the eiler Saplie te relieve the Alameda as the Christmas mail ship for American sailors in Kurepenn waters The Saplle will snil from Norfolk Novem ber CO. but Christmas iniill must be en beard by November 25. SleeDer In Aute Arrested ' . IT'dwnrn' .f. StilltVCll. ttVCllty-feur years old. of Pine rtreet near Twenty- .."Agl,-. Ii'ki0 SJi'-i-hiiAiSSa' fifth, was arrested early tills morning J,, ', f'JVai wii be ,iv'e'"1,"l",,a' when n patrolman found him anleep in e'nuil Nev 20. jiis.h jiaggik ntnmnilln nt Twentv-flrst ami O'NKUi, formerly of 171U Juclcen st Ku an nutomeDHO at xtvenvy iirsi nnn j 0j ut - 3I) A M frpm .,lla H Alter streets, and became suspicious nth t, High renuiem ms st. jteniea'a when Htllltvell snid the car belonged te ('hurch, at 0 A M. Interment Hely e'rees him. When arraigned before Magis- Ct;AE Nev se ,.., Anr,AUNB trnte Deuuherty this morning nt thc'w'ilew of Jehn Shaffer. Relatives and 'Twentieth nnd Federal streets station, . iJiiV'.ii .-u !. ... .11,1 nnl Kel niiiiwcu eiui mv -... .. ..v TOuih te him nnd he had just crawled inside te sleep. He was held in $100 ball for a further hearing nnd in the meanwhile the police are trying te locate the owner ipf the car, PHILADELPHIA gotten. There is In every mother's heart a love for her children which nothing else can equnl. "An Jack enme closer I mnde a su preme effort, nnd although Beb ns bit ing my wrists, I mnnnged te summon sufficient strength te threw him fren me. Grasping Jack's hand I rushed ttitli him Inte the house, nnd net until then did I realize te just what extent I li.ul licen bitten. Is Under Docter's Care "Beb has been shot, of ceiir-e. and I really ha.tu no feeling in (he mailer ' It Ih almost ns if he had lest' his nei , - , ., suuiiuiy, it negs can nnte Mien a tiling. I shall net easily feiget the hoi re. which swept ever mi; as the deg sprang, and et when my son was eiidiuigereil. I completely forget ctcr(hing except Ms safety." Mrs. Powell is under the doctor's can taking the Pasteur treatment. Hei nerves arc suffering from the shock, but tednv found her grcatlv improved. Miss Until Blake. friend of Mis. Powell, also was bitten. She. tee, is receiving the Pasteur treatment. LEGALITY OF THE SHIMMY WILL BEJESTED IN COURT Chicago Witnesses te Teetlfy That Dance Is Immoral Chicago, Nev. 21. The courts will be nxked te decide whether dnnclng the "shlmin.t" in extreme form is Illegal in Chicago ns n result of 11 series of raids conducted by the police yester day, it was announced by the State's Attorney's Office. A score of cnbarets. gambling houses and saloons were ln vaded by the police in the most con certed drive launched ngalnst them in many months. It In planned te prosecute under a seldom-invoked law which makes any person producing or taking part In an Immoral dance subject te n S"00 fine or one year's imprisonment. Officials say they had witnesses who would testify the "shimmy" wns im moral. URGED ASJENVOY AT VIENNA New Yorkers of German Ancestry Beem Dr. Emmanuel Baruch Washington, Nev. 21. (Ilv A. 1) Senater Calder brought before l'i evi dent Harding today a delegation of, New New Yerk State citizens of (ierinan ances try, who n"ked the appointment of Dr. Emmunuel Iinruch. of New Yerk City, te be American Minister te Austria. Dr. 'Willinni Pencke, chairman of the delegation, said Dr. Ilarttch's work ns chairman of ctv erk City s organiza tion engaged in relief wink lu Central Europe made him a desirable selection. It ttab Intimated that another candi date would be presented from New Yerk Rernard Hcyn, an attorney, but that Senater Calder nnd ether New Yerk political leaders hud indorsed Haruch. There also were intimations that Fill I.ering Dreel. lecentlv linneintcd charge d'affaires for (lie I 'uitcd States ut Renin, might be made the perma nent Minister te Austria. Palmyra Church Robbed Palmyra, N. J.. Nev. 21. Blrthdny boxes In the Fptverth Methodist Episco pal Church were robbed Saturday, it is believed by hets who gnlned entrance through n basement window. Less than 510 was obtained. nr.mis KAMES MiiMmU. en Nev. 2D. 1021. TIIAN'K M UA.MLH. of SL'l.'t Walnut el . nKfil Ml yeari. fl Inltve nnd fi end, nle I'linentx I."iU' "e 1 3f 1' ami A M leni leni ple Chapter Ne 1'IS Jt A Jl , I'tiiladeplilu .smrrclKtl e'"lislti i y. A. A. H. 1( I.il T.u Tcrni'li). A A. O N Jt H ; Jlllle I.oiIre Ne loeo, I (). e !' . MarufHciurerc' Club, K' K' Hene Hhoeilr.K I.citue licatfr Jlun llunilnx anil 1'lshlnB C'lul) hihI omiileyn of II A. l.'ainen ere Invlteil te the service, en Tue il.U c cmriR. ut 7 oiieck. nt the Ollter II. Hlair HMk lh'.'O Ch'stnut st Interment at Urte'i Mte. UIIAC i: Nev 10 1021. THOMAS Jt . husband of the Inte Mary T Oruro (nee Ci.il lnKher) Itelalltm ami frlfnile. also empleyes of I'nltxl Hiates Mini: t.oitire 217 I A of M . IiimIi-iI ie funeral en Wisl , nt .10 A. JT , fiem ln late residence, 2210 8. Koee Keee Koee weod l Bolemn re'iulrn mnns Ht Jtenlca'n I'liunh at 10 A. Jl. Interment Hely t reea i emnlery eil'SHMANN --ff lift K ISth nt.. en Nev. 21. 1021 LAfilA (JLHSMANN lime hililllliiK). ife of (JuMa A. (limnnan. Hervlce nn ll'.iln.uri.v lYinrnln? ill III 71, fc n'r-lfii U . i. f ,V,a jiit-r u. iitir iiwb . tsae ciimtnut i jn- i.,ni.ni nrKale Itemnln, mn v hm vlnwi-rl Tu.flav evenlnt. 'rlen(1 '"tttjji te funeral nervicen en Tue.. 230 I'. M. at her late rldenri, 1612 French t Interment went J.uurei mil Cem- eterv iiriT"fiflri ' n, M m,,vzr','..SiJ m., w.r. M 0LJl,' 1 l6r; t.,Sjh1eUtwAr'; - Kat 1B17. J C Clark, rellaer, bQ7 Uuiieg-p NOVEMBER 21, 19.21 HAPPYENDINGNEAR Mether's Feur-Year Search Finally Brjngs Arrest of Deserter Husband TOOK LITTLE GIRL AWAY A mother's lenj search for her child approached the happy ending she hn dreamed of for four yenra when Willis W. Glessncr. formerly of J721 West Huntington street, was brought back te Phllndclpbia today from Youngstown, O., te answer n charge of wife de sertion. Olessne.r, reputed te be, wealthy, is! snid te have left home April 13, 1017, taking" with him his two nnd n hnlf yenr old daughter, Wlsle Marie. Mrs. Rerthn A. Olyessncr, hla wife, began 11 long fight te find her child. Though Glessner ejd net bring the Mttle girl back with him, the mother understnnds thnt she is in Cleveland, O., nnd hopes in find some lcgnl method by which fihe can regain custody of the child. According te Chnrlcs Walls. In charge of the Demestic Relations Bureau of the "District Attorney's office, Mrs. Glessner interested District Attorney Ilntnn in her ense. and since then litis spent most of her time nnd money hunting for her husband and child. 8he came close te catching up with them in ninny occasions, but each time was just tee late. Friday. Mr. Walls snid, Mrs. Gloss Gless ner heard from n mnn unmed Mntthetvs in Youngstown thnt her husband wasi there. She wired te hnve Glessncr arrested, saying there wns a fugitive warrant out for him charging desertion. Matthews went te the chief of police of Youngstown, and It was arranged thnt Glessner should accompany Mot Met thews back te Philadelphia. Meanwhile, Jee McClnln, of the 'eu'ntv detective force, wan Fent out te bring him back, but they passed neb ether en the way. Glessncr walked into Mr. Watts' office at City Hall today, and when he revealed his identity wns arrested. According te Mr. Wntts, Mrs. Olofs Olefs ner wns only nble te get held of ex tensive building nnd lean stock owned bv her husband through the interven tion of Assistant District Attorney Tnulane, instructed by Mr. Rotan te lrevent the transfer of the stock te A brother of Glessncr ttnder an agree ment. Mrs. Glessner said tedny that she did net want her husband back, but did wnnt the little girl. FRENCH BLUEBEARD'S COUP PROVES TO BE BOOMERANG Witness Contradicts Landru's Tes-1 tlmeny en Twe Vital Points , Versailles. Nev. 21 (Ry A. P.1 The dramatic announcement by Henri ! I.amlru last weelt that one of the ten women, for whose murder he Is en trial here, lived nt n Pnrls bete six months nfter her alleged murder tednv preted te he 0 boemcrnng. The prosecution, nt the opening of the third week of the trial of the "Rluebeard of Gambnls," in the As sizes Court herp, snid n police investi gation hnd shown thnt Mndatnc Ileen. the alleged victim In question, hnd never lived nt the nddrcss Lnndru gave, but that instead they had found n tvlt ni's" te contradict I.nndru's testimony. This witness nppenred today and tes tified thnt Madame Ileen had lived with I.andru ut one of his numerous apart ments where the prisoner previously hnd IP-titled ihc never had been. The witness also contradicted Tand ni's assertion that another of his nl 'eged victims, Madame Gallin, hnd been seen alive after the date when Hip pros ecution alleges she wns murdered. HUNT F OR CHILD LADIES' DEPARTMENT "WfE SPECIALIZE in things for ladies and misses that arc unusual and i V original are the best te be had and at reasonable prices. 'SI WW MWi ( I' vim"J& ejliftw,( Siiu1 I1' URY IN IRISH CASE TO SEEDEATH SPOT Will Be Taken te Curve en Montgomery Pike Where Aute Killed Bey PLACE CALLED DANGEROUS After n sharp debate it was decided today te take the jury which is trying Wnrrcn lu Irish, wealthy cenl op erator, nt Norrlstetvn, for man slaughter, te the point en Montgomery pike where Jeseph Feley, fifteen yenra old. wns run down nnd killed InBt .Tune by nn automobile. District Attorney Rennlngcr is trying te prove thnt the boy was struck by the csr driven by Irish, en his wny home from the Merien Cricket. Club late nt night. The coal opernter admitted having struck some object, which he said he believed was n deg, though he did net step. The decision te go te the spot was reached after Rey C. Hatfield, president of the County Heard of Commissioners, hnd testified that the read at this point Is but eighteen feet wide, and In his opinion, dangerous. The defense, which produced Mr. Hntfield. wns unable te qualify him as un expert, or te get en the record, 11s they had hoped, that $20,000 already has been paid for nd jncent land, se thnt the rend may be widened, nnd thnt the rend hns been condemned nt this point ns unsafe. Tlie defense cnlled thirteen chnrncter witnesses nt tedny's session, in spite of the District Attorney's pretest thnt he hnd no intention of attacking Mr. Irish's chnracter. i hnttnl the nrosecutien cnlled Tames Murray, steward at the Merlen Cricket Club, nn" questioned nimannuc the hour of closing the dining room. Other witnesses hnd testified thnt Mr. Irish and n party of friends hnd net left the dining room until about half past 31 o'clock or n llttle later. The Injured boy's crici were first heard by neighbors nt 11:4.". Murray, the stew New English and Lenex China Lay plates large assortment and great range of price. Plates for all ether uses. Cups and Saucers, Tea and Dinner Sets, Breakfast Tray Sets with Wicker Trays. Inexpensive single pieces for gifts Lenex Bcleek china, English bone china, Wedgwood qucensware. Decoratiens: modern designs geld incrustations with ivory, rich colors, and the New Fech Blue. Alse reproductions of old Spede, Mintons, Lowestoft and Royal Worcester Purchases made note, reserved for Christmas delivery, if desired. J. ECaldwell & Ce. Jewelry - Silver - Stationery Chestnut and Jumper Streets Mann & Dblks 1102 CHESTNUT STREET HUDDERSFIELD FABRICS ....l:28l'ih Tweed3 and fleecen from Huddersfield in SUITS, COATS end CAPES in original mode!.. The fabrics arc confined te us. WAISTS AND SHIRTS Plain tailored and mnde in our cutem-ahirt work werk work reoma ready-te-wear or nidde-to-erder. SPORT HOSIERY Special importations of Scotch and English Weel Hosiery and dependable qualities in silk, lisle, etc. ATHENA UNDERWEAR DL.iAJf'.,.,,la",Fiel'1 & Ce- Pduct "old by us only in I nilndelphia the perfection as te fit nnd fabric is established. TAILORED HATS Ne. net regular hats but the unusual kinds and all of confined styles. THE DIXVILLE DRESS A one-piece Dress of a fine knitted wool fabric that jembincs style with serviceability. This fabric is sold by us exclusively in this city. GLOVES The mannish-made kind that have their own style; washable fabric gloves also standard makes. Mann & Djlks 1102 CHESTNUT STREET ard, testified thnt the guests all i,vrtl gene by 11 e clock. V,V The steward's contradiction of ellw' witnesses caused n mild sensation, nf "Hew cnti von lie se certain nc ,B; e-venls of this pnrtlculnr cvtnlnrV 1 nsked Charles A. McAvoy, of qeuuIa for the defense. " m".l "When thirty-flrp guests come fn i . dinner an hour nnd a half late." niil ' Murray, "It naturally makes nn lm presslen." "' "Were yen incensed because mi, ... te work late?" the steward was aslT.i 1 . 1 , "Ne." he replied, "but thliift iffi .1 Hint no mono nn impression." Several prominent men hnd prevlni. testified te the time when thev lifttH club dining room, all of them puttis, it ns n later time than the steward The defense hns suffered UirnnM.'.i.' denth of one of its chief wHnWei 1 Henry Albright, n Norrlstetvn garni.' I keeper. Jt wns in his garage that Mi. Irish customarily stored his enr 'w Albright hnd n heart nttnek at 'tbr Allentown -Norrlstetvn football ,,: Haturdny nnd died in the Norrlstews' Hospital. " 200 FAMILIES HOMELESS " Village Near Terre Haute, ind, Threatened by Flooded Wabath ' Indianapolis, Ner.. 21. (Ry A. P, Twe hundred families will be home; less at Tnylerville, near Terre Haute by night ns n result of the Wabasi River overflowing its banks, nrcnnllnj te reports reaching here tedny. Indl. catiens arc that the crest of the flood will net be reached until Wednendar it was snid. Less thnn enc-hnlf of the corn crop in the bottoms around Terrs Hniitp has been gnthered nnd the Ien, from this source will exceed sevcnl' thousand dollars, it was estimated, Favornble reports were received from Evnnsvlllp nnd Fert Wayne. IJarrlnit nddltiennl rains, the Ohie River was net exnected te reach the danger mnrt . Fvnnsvllle. The flood stnge in that city ! Is thirty-fivpfect. The water stnge te,' ' nay was eei.u ieei. j.nc .uaumce HIver is receding rapidly nt Fert Wayne Recsidents of low-lying districts nre pre-' pnrcd te lenvc their homes if mere rain falls. Darby Church Plans Fair Tite All Saints' Episcepnl Mlsslej, of Dnrby, hns issued invitations for its annual fair te be held December 7, 8, 0 and 10. erie Coui vTi' ,A its 3,000,v,u ..V. .