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7tf, ,.V M V", t I. , .. ....,1. v - '- i 'l ''f-.rrz ' "je -.s" tal rV"i'""V" ' H 'Vi ' 'r ' 4 T UPi, b f v( : - - i r " r",L i'. ij , i Hw1 ' ' i ' i.S UL f'V vr -V: tHE-WATHER NIGMT EXTRA wllil iterf Pnrliv cloudy tonight arid Sunday! tcuenm warmer tonight with Ipivest above freez ing i ircjii seuinwew 10 west winus. TKMI'ICnATUIlE AT DACH JIOUK rTi n In "'-' TTbi raifltiTiaT .M-m . s zz, m - - ....... .. .. V.i t.u fnll PRICE TWO CENTS VOL. VIII. teO. 76 'n Hntcrfil an Second-Clam, Mutlrr nl thr. Pert mien nt I'liuailriKiIa. l'a t'ntler Itie Act nf Mnrrh a 1H7U PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921 Knhll.liril l)n,.v Kx tilt SUHiIhj HUIlr r p 1011 " " " "' I ubimlisti na,.v j,P;lByn2J , rui.nc Ledcer Company FOR PEACE IN PACIFIC I POWERS AGREE TO a Bubltc meager Nations Bind Themselves in Ten- Year Agreement te Respect Existing Rights Hi IB. SELLERS 1! WHERE CLUBMAN AND WIFE WERE HURT WITH HIS WIFE IN CRASH AT ARDMORE Pole Player's Aute Crashes Inte Stene Wall at New Creek Read and Gray's Lane BOTH TAKEN TO HOSPITAL; MRS. SELLERS CUT BADLY il.tnnder Sellers, of Radner, club- ten and pole pl"r. " ls wlfe- wI, WU Mils Kditll r. nrinK"uii. Injured last night when their machine knocked down n stone wall and went art way ever nr. eniDiinKmcnt at New Creek read and Grny' lane. Ardmore. , Mr. Sellers returned ycsieruny irum cunnins trip In tnc aeum win -n,rl .f. Mcllvnlne, of Mill Crct-1: reui. Ar.lmnic. and the Hellers aim, Mcllvnlne families were te nine ius"- !"trOC"nlBMr. Sellers, in their big rtiiWcr. left home for the Mcllvnliie house a little late, and were running at ,7e(l M'eed when the accident oc curred. L, . . .. ... Grav s lane, ni me i"" - ......... ... iccldent occurred, drops sharply, witli , turn in the middle and a deep em bankment at tlw side, gunnlcd bv n low stonewall The rend was full of ee and Mr. Sellers did net have en tire clinln. Car Skills en no As he swuii'j into the bend of the read the lieavv ear skidded. Jicterr he could slew It around it had cruslied Inte the eunnl wall. Part of the uall ,va (lemellshcd by the impact, but it ,id a mere -erieus accident by pre venting the car from RelnB clear ever the bank. The big nmdstcr stetiped, its rear wheels still en tne remi. us um wheels ever the embankment. The sudden step threw both Mr. anil Mm. Sellers out of their seats. Mrs. Sellers was (lung into the windshield and partly thrench it. Mr. Sellers was raved te some extent by the steering wheel, whirh gave him a held. . The accident m-eurred near the estate t TlAvvnnl IVu . Mr. l'OW 1111(1 111" iiliaulfciir heard the crash and found the ' .1 !.!.. .i.l Itu nnilllintirU WrCCK 01 IMC UiUl'lUUU umi iin w.- "'1'- P.& R.WREEK BLMA PUT ON TRAIN CREW Pacific Supreme Council ureatea ey ivew i muiy in Far East PACT PROVIDES w .,..,,. je ,i-wc PitfallR nf Wilsen's RY RflAH flFFiniAl S le X bi, "Respecting" Histead U I lUnU Ul I IUIHLU ()f Guaranteeing Territory BASED N D ,11 Disregard of Order te Stay at Bryn Athyn Siding Caused Crash, Repert Says Dec SILENT ON WOODEN CARS AS COMMUTERS PROTEST INTANGIBLE VALUE IS PIT. IE City te Attack Shadow Millions Used te Swell, Inventory De cision May Bring Crisis JOLT FOR FINANCIERS SEEN UgK' f ' U 11 PRISONER Kntire roiensibilltv for the nppnlllns wreck near Itryn Athyn ln"t Menda which cost twenty-seven or mere ltve was placid mi the crew of the out bound train. Ne. 1."1. in an official stntiMnent issued lij the Heading Hnll wnv today. , Tlie stntenienl avoided all references I te the wooden conches wlifch ninilc up I both trains and in which helpless men. women nud children were renstcd alive after the crash in the narrow rock riiIIj seventeen miles from Philadelphia. Hosier of Train Crew ' Wasliiiifiten. Power treat. . which In the plennry session teda.i a supicme reiincil for the Pacific simi Inr te the supreme ceim-.l fei rurepe into wliiih Pies'denl HniiliiiB ciitriil ln-i uiiiiiiiici'. il feiiiw in cfTei't an n-sm i.it un of nations censistlni; of the four chief Powers with interests in the Kn t. the 1'nlteil France. nicnt et tne npiiic nun hih. nn-"- tiiemlei of tills new nsinimn aminifc them. Senate Opposition Small This four-Powei n.ec ntien. it Is i,,mi,crsl of the Senate have linn the cTiiveslv r.ievided in the treaty, takns H11itnnee of this treaty presented te Terms Affirmed by Delegates of United States, Britain, Japan and France y CLINTON . OII..BKHT -lalf ('(irrrKniinilrnt i:fnlnit Tnlillr l.filtrr tnnurltihi H'l, tiv Vuh'.c l.fletr rei.ni. 10Tlie four- compact between four in.iea.l of Hue" wer.". leni-hed lieie i ill iirn ik ii i i'siiimi ' .-..--- . . , stnblWies frnm tTa.,nn en WVdnn-dii. upon whicii iT -r'plance 'reached , ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE ''''nuBhemerne in msistii.B upon ABROGATED BY NEW PLAN the addition of Frame " prebnblr tliat the Pacific combination would ' mere acceptable te the people of thf 12 Months' Netice for With- i-..i....i u....t it Hi U iMtintrv (lid nei '. ."Y-'-n fl.lntlnn of Which the ether States, .lapan Bn.l.n.l and two inem hers were -,--, ,hP for the discussion and settle- ;"."" ., .nl.,ny ). n mlnentj I IIIH.-II 'llltv . . drawals at End of Decade. "Coeling" Consultations ADOPT ROOT RESOLUTIONS PROVE MYSTERY ijni'-n ('" i'i- ii . ..-..,- t ... i rllliiuivi ..-- I r ni r the place of the AiiKln-lapnnee nlli-'them in advance and t heie " renijen t" , Plenary Session Accepts Char- . .. lHimiine rlint tlie oppeition te ii in nn . nn.c ns se,,,, rm the treat v effect,,, me wjM bp weWyc Ti.e ter for Integrity of China. It -shall lie rillllel in nnerdnme with ,,!,.,, tv nmy . ratified before tliis Cen- Tlint is the hope of burah Millionaires Tlie membeis of tlie ciew of train the coirtltutleiinl nietheiN of the liiRli , fricnce breaks up. Ne. l.'l. iilthniicli net mentioned b ..,.,.; ....itie. " M". Hushes, 'name in ted.n's .epen. were previeuslv '"""""" I'""" , tlllH triMtv Mi. Huci"; Bains one announced as: etd. Arfde nii.lm1- ,,f i ti main objects of his diplomacy, the ' Walter Yeakle. HOC. Siiuimervllle nve-, TIl .,,, v IM1,,. . eliiccFims of .endlii',' of tlfc Amrlii-Japiinese alliance Philadelphia. Mutineer; Kdward ('.'.., ,, .,,.,. v ,jt . WiN(lll Tlie! IJi-iti-li el.tn.n r linn n . m ' - ,. the alliance, an einenie iihumik m.- " asreeltn: te ic- w,jt., H1 prebabl in practice ns- Norristown. n-ndiictei F. I.lberte. peef and mil te ";ruarniitee tlie iMr0 tle I'm-iiic possessions ukiiiiisi .n Jjiiiisd.ile. Innkciniin. and V. liter lieeijse ,!L,,tM nn,i nnsessiens of encli erliei ,ta'ck. W. R. FlatmerV. Arrested a3 Veci, TlKCl Uisine Sun lime, fireman: '" " vv. n. ri.uiiiery, """icu x - ikiii (Jreeti stieet. ' Icamie covenant b Drunk, May Be Kin of Pitts Yap Treaty Impends H.v the Associated PresH Washington, Dec. 10. The diaft of the piopesed treaty between the United States. Great Britain. France BROTHER BELLEVUE GUEST Jiiiusi ,i e. inn Kcman. am " .iner iiceikc , ic,tnnil nesess (His of enc i or iei ,tacu. , . .. . . .... Wisr. Ilns ii. ' ir rl in nrntiHtlen of mi. I. ''I'" -'"l"""-" "" "' .' u' , ""J11"!0" an1 Jaf'al. "hit ll is te supplant the V..B.d. Hie li.-min. is.le.,,1. Tl.eeffi. r'11"1 notion In pielectlnn of se, I, t In fiitf-n1 iliein it the Antrle-. uuhnnn , ,l.,l st.i cment hchl tne crew respensl- tislit- is net p'e Iced Se.tieii II pi- Pl,XOM (,, d,,u teBether nud they Anj.ie-Jnpnnt.se iiliiance and pave ble for dNicKitiillm; nu order te lemain vldes that ut Hr.M, Athjn unt'l train Ne. l.ili. l,t ' tli nleril where the Sellers still nrc. Mrs. Sellers Cut by Class Mm. Sellers is the mere seriously in hired, her face being badly cut. She also is MifferhiB from tdieck. Mr. sel lers was cut by the Blass et tne winu shield also, but less s-erleusl . Iteth will recover. Mr. Hellers Is n lirekcr. ill the C.,,l Ibirtlcs, and is wealthy, lie lias a line frtatc at Hndner, and is devoted te sport. He belongs te the Philadelphia t'euiitrj Flub and the Corinthian iieht Hub. He Is most noted as. a pole player, however, having been n member of sev eral (liainpleiisliip teams and gene abroad with them. Last year lie pla.'ul n tlie llryn Mawr team. HALL RIGHTS WRIGHT ERROR Jeb for Negro Clergyman Nearly Gets Inte Budget Councilman Hall nibbed his eyes ,n Alexander Sellers, clubmiiii and noted pole player, and his wife were injured when their aule skidded and crashed into a stone wall en n read near Ardmore. The wrcchrd car Is shown with ii photo graph of Mrs. Sellers, who is in a hospital, below auto Thief crashed into half dozen cars; nabbed A ciisis in the history of the Phila delphia Hcpid Transit Company In volving cither a forced reorganization of the operating company or n read justment and equalization of tlie rentals paid te the underlying companies is foreshadowed In the impending decision of the Public Service Commission en the big subject of a fair valuation of tlie properties, tangible und intangible, 0. the transit company. This is the conservative judgment of city Administration officials today after reviewing the enmpanv's own valuation, the valuation which the city will pre- p.irtly stunned. They put Mr. and Mrs. sent te the commission and the recent Sellers into Mr. Pew's enr and made e decision of tlie commission in the case fast run te the Hrn Mawr Hospital. of the Heading street railway system. intertwined witli tlie story et a com and scientific valuation, en which tlie commission should make n tinal elder as te the rate of fare, is the reliitien et - the underlying companies and tlie I Youth's Bandit Career Brief transit cninpain te the huge Motes Metes bury -Morgan linnnein! system. M.iyei Moere has net hesitated te take decided stand against the giip of the system en city finances .mil te amuse specula tion ns te the inlliienee of the system en city politico. The Public Service Commission, a State bedv unpeinted by the (loverner. Is nbeut te be called in by the city te I cut millions, possibly half of them, from the company's total estimated val uation of SllOO.OOII.OdO. The tinnnclal system is greatly concerned in the wel fare of the uiidcihiug companies Commission Fines Test In ! Inrv . n. lb" Public Sei v. e I'lHnmcsinii, I ding te these who . i, .. . i i... mi., .it i In. Gets Inte Budget lice hhiehch ..- ..... - .. .... ......... ,., i v.ilmi! Ien iiiecceilius- beieic thai body. k-3 .eiiiiciiuinn linn iiieue. .lis ..- , - -, ., ,,.,, .... i..,.,,,.. iniieunil i'pivss, nan imsscii. The He,, ding Hallway closed its in in vestigiitlen of the disaster at lUl.'IH o'clock this afternoon fit the Heading Terminal. Immediately uftci wards thN statenient whs Issued : his l'et of Kemi's Hepeil report, signed In .Mr. r.wliig. Is A husky voting man. who describes himself ns V. H. Flannery, if Pitts liurgli. and who may or may net be tlie son of one Pittsburgh niilMenniie and the nephew of another. Hit ted in and out of the police recenls today, leaving an ntniespheje of mystery. Tin1 few things certain iibeur Mr. Flnnnerv is that he has a brother. .lames ,T. Flannel v. who is u gnest nl tin Hellcviie-Stialfevd : that beget into n row with his hi ether hist night, which ended in a scuffle en the pave ment: that lie was locked uj overnight at the Fifteenth and I.ncust .trcets sta sta teon: tlint Magistrate O'P.iien. at Twelfth and Pine streets, after sen tencing inn te tinrty i nis in 'in nils --;- ,,.,,,, v.. t-.it In. I morning, held him in SSOO hail iustcid d wait the.e until tialn Ne. loll ha when uggl-es-ive a-tien b. mi. ether Power, tl i leiitrmting pnrl'cs shall I'emmuni is wen. net admitted in geed stending into th(, f u acceptence of tj,L. ,e the combination which would dominate sM luntt vi int eiiiiMiL.iii prupesais ter naval redue- tlie Far Fust cute w'tl, one another fully and frankly QDAP1 QM KTMEES MAY in elder te an In- at inn understanding " -ml e i.inn iDfil I CM' aiur uinLemiiu uwi-i- i-m te be ns te the most I'flic'i nt action taken "jnlntlv or separately." The Powers arc tlnu left tiee. se far as am legal obligation is concerned, te refuse protection te the teriiterics 1."!l and pos-essiens of enih ether when Tl as fellows; "The investigation of the (olli-ien between trains Ne. 151 ami Ne near Paper .Mill stntlen en the New- i tluentuieil bv agKicssien. Net eicn th' low n nrancii en ine morn ug ei ii..-in I own branch en the morn tig of necem- fumills lniir hligntlnn. which was se ier .". clearly establishes tlint the accl-j ..,, ,, s,., upiopes of Mr. Wilsen's I. .nl u.is caused bv tile flllllllc of the crew of Ne. l.'l te obey the train eidci icceiveil at Hr.vn Athin. reeiiiiing this train te take the siding at tlint point for a further healing December 1.". There were whispers of much money spent In this city In the last few months. V. It. Flannel y is a guest nt the sum' Dut hotel as his hi ether. Tlie brother today denied t lint W. I!. Flannery who get into a inm with the police is the Captain Walter It. Flan nery. of Pittsburgh, famous football police Player et tlie old days, anil winner ei the Croix de (iuerie and the Distin guished Service Cress ter swimming the in n- imssed. "The tniii; from Hun Aliiyn t" Ncwtnvyn !s pmte. ted by te'egl uphle lock signal .did. under tlie rules, riiiiu covenant. Is i re.ited by tin-- new cove nant. Ill-cuss Mutual Disputes Se far as ills inte. mining the- four great Powers ihcm-elve. are concerned, the t'cati pieviles for lenfeteiiccs at wlll'll si,.' c nlr'.'i-ie, -hall be cim sld I and adiu-'ed. I -.i i leu i . ui, in.' 1 1 ill.- is (' Hen. was formally iaid before the Arms Conference today by Senater Ledfje. Experiment of Scheel Teacher May It is a ten-year agreement in Extend Inte Many Hemes which the four nations bind them- lf miii "roll iQ.nr own " girl", weai . . .... it you i ei. yy selves te respect their existing knee protectets. . Theie is a teacher in one of the rights in inaulur possessions and do de do M'heois who. wheneier she sees said minions in the Pacific and in the joints exposed cracks them with the case of disputes which cannot be time-lioneied tiilcr. Irate parents and i settled by diplemncy ajircc te a joint teachers interested in the diess problem ; conference among themselve?. may remit te this mode of punish- Any one of the parties mav with- ... . , fl.'fl.l rty f.l.nli.n .s.nnt.Hl haIa ..f.. (icnig mi II. arrurliei-s, pay- ' "" .vc niuinns mx-iti: unci ment. Dr. slclnn at the tilris tcgii Nimni. at tlie expiration of the ten vca.s Seveiileenlh and Sjiring Harden streets. T, trtv ,!- nnfirmnf in Thrilling New Needs Repairs The career of nineteen-year-old Wil liam .1 Met 'oil us an automobile thief was hteught te aii end by til an hour after il began today McColl junined Inte the automobile of I Mimic and lescning a wounded Frank Dlssten, of St. Davids, which man. or w. ltd, p,i mission was giien by the l;;lP"1wli,ll,1 ,,, ,, . M1pre.ue operator et RutazviueiH today as no exuiiiuieu , - ; ' . , c,,,,,,,,..,,, ,....1,1 .!... I , r .1 i.,m 1....I... .....!.... I f.i in' III h t'S II. I tlie llUlini llll sjsil iniiui'il prenjs ei iiie j:i- eiiiiei iinnii' - . - u te be acted en liniilly .Monday, two i r- "-. , . positions of social service ergani.cr In' City officials say ili.il julgi nji by u siMU.s t . in n ... ..' - r tl.i l.ite wa- le.iiicc.i. ini- ... i.. i... ii.. .il.it.i' imin. (Will7 .1 deep i in in " .i i-'s vii eat en. II cisien in i niin- was standing near llreail and Parrisli llcets at ! o'clock this morning. '1 bonus II. Mai shall, a business man of the neighborhood, recognized the car as belonging te Dlssten and gnie i base in his own machine. Aftei a block m s, he picked up t.ie paUelmen. At l'.re.id street and Celuuihia aic lute the signal was closed and theie w.w a block of auloiaebilcs across the street, hut .M. Cell dleve headlong into the lil. ck. tearing I lie inudgaids fmni one car, iieadlights I'l.iiii another and mole or l(ss diimagili". half a decu eiliets. Dcniis Man Is Captain .lame.s .1. Flannery was shown a photograph of the f'.iiim i Captain l'laiiiierv today end .il.nl if iluit wa his brother. "Se." said he, ' ihai's anetlur tint -I 111 .'iltiigellier. Tli.it in tine is I aiu'iiu Flannery, the man who .tuiiii ihe Del , lespeut. or s, mi.'! Ii 1 ii ,. I lunik tlicy'ie about second .eiislus, and se ',u- as I knew tlicy'ie hindli nit -leaKiii" ti'ine, I "About the row hist night. Il didn't anieuut te niiii h. It's a 1. ii,;ht. I brother get a little 1 . 1 1 1 . anil the action i ..ti l ...iiif.ii Hern nrevided ier in "11 hell trail .Ml. I-' rc'i'licu nn ; i v- .!t ' enle- , P.r A.liyn. westbound train the I.cague of Nations ' I e sbU-c; Whene. : 'liii.eJ Jernatlenal .pianels ;;-. CCClled en its Hill 111 (llsl(linl OI II . f,...ollce nnieni! mil lie Ii ('!. signal niuin .. ...'.i i.t .i-.ii.i .1.. stui tiiiT she oils net as yet thrciitcneil ' te adept such by the Senate. drastic measures. he says ,t is for the parents te control their daughters' dress, and she feels she has no jurisdiction ei er it. ANYHOW. BANDIT SQUAD GOT THERE IN GOOD STYLE I ill II V . . . . .... ... I..lll..r nt'li.i delpiiia win i"' in "i1"1 "' "" ' The Philadelphia decisi dealing as II with a 4iciii i .it ii tu .siciii. IIOI tli until, n it w will b, tell al ( .iiilliiiii.il u I'UKe TWO HURT IN TRUCK CRASH th Welfaie Detiaitiiient hail been leintii trieken out by Council, but the jobs i can- wiicr ere listed today In the budget. .Mr. Hull was amazed because the po rtions had been eliminated en his mo tion. He wants Dr. H. H. Wright. One of the eiganlzers, removed fiem the city payroll. As the Welfare Depait incnt would net dismiss the Negro clcr- J Jinan or ask for his resignation, both 00i iveie nbelisheil. .The Ceunellnian hnstih summoned Clerks. U'lln iliueiu'eeeil llinf flin i.rinler ' liad muile ,iu error in striking off thei Heavy Cars Collide at Street Cres.s proofs. The printed document was cer- in n Haverford ..s.v.1 i.ii.i nan iireatueii a nine easier, - . .,,,,.1. ..eiinied Annu ... ....... ,. ilriimtlllle 1 1 III I.S I OHIO... ...,.. f .. .1 ... ..in ...k iMontgemeiy and niivei...... " ; Haieifeid, tins "'" ",'"',",',. ' driver Mistook the ethc s glials, l.uh .lllvcis Hciehult and line taken te the Hrin .M.ivi lhM'iial. The feel of .1. T. S.mu.s. el III.... .. ii..,. iti mi Minn, was lrac- iiiuiii " .:. , , . .. m,M lied 1 .ill.. Hi nei I". "" 1,1 dep.tltllieni sii,n us arm Still hopelessly bio. kinled. McColl .than- till en was uieieh a pieleiiiic ineasun deiicd the car. Hut as for the Captain I'lannciy btisi Lewi-, tiatlic pelii email al Celuuiblit ! uess, theie s uetliing te ih.it. nhsi aienile. ( aught .lliiiill. l.cwis lias i mien . fu ceil te use his club befeie McColl submitled te iiiicsl. Then he was taken te the Children s llespil.ll 10 nave iiih head icpalied. Later Mi ('oil mid Mtigisiiale Ciiiney t lint he hail come heie from Atlantic w.i. I iiliiinii Twe ( 'it j , liiid failed le tin. I a ieh and th.jt the clinnie le iiiiikc en wnu hismhii v iiiiloinebile seemed "loe geed te pass up." He was held In SetlllO bail for fur ter healing. in WINS $10,000 FROM CITY by Weman Hurt in Fall Caused Hele in Pavement , DaiiUKM of SIO.O(M) lieie giieu by I lie '. ' Wry In l'res dent .Iiidge Harratfs Ceuit l f ."'. OlllV In It,.. ., I .1 t,.l. ,,f tlllv.11'1' . . v . ... wii.- jiii sIM in, leiiiiuv; cit.v .. ?hs. r.liabeth McArdle and her bus- wid, Tlieimis F McArdle. against the I MARINES HURT IN BRAWL . Four Managuan Policemen Killed While Trying te Step Fighting Managua, Nicaragua, Dec. 10. (Hy . 1' I Feil' policemen weic killed and eiie wounded while breaking up a street light heie last night between several Aiiici-iitin iiuiriii. s and a party of civil- fuictui.'.l I ians. Twe nun lues wete wounded. 'I he I Ainerii mis 11 ei e off duty at the time. Aftei llaniieii w.is nrre-teil lust night he was lakn Hum Ihe Filieenth and Locust sti,cits station te the Phila delphia (icneral llnspirul te be e. ainlned le s,.,. if he wn- drunk Fer some leaseti wlihli the pnlice did net learn, he was iciti-.il at the hospital and bieiight bail, le the station This ineiniug lie was lii'eii:;li up lie lie feic Maglstiati D'l'.i it'll al Ihe Twillth and Pilic sii.cts s itina Disniu D,. I.ctiie Cey le apie.iictl against him The young nitiu. who is about ttiiiiy train order i was set against it. "The niciiihcis et this .ii'.. are i'i- j.erie I lieu, have geed -''11 l.'iel.ls ami ii.ii. alwi.is 1 n icgaidcd as being ii lef ii I .iinl efficient The movement of I .....!.. V. l-.l ..... i tin. .liililll' Ml Ill'V.I 'rani .", " '- ." v,e I 1 1 111 lllll.llieu Ol IIIC ll. till ....,.-i and without b'eck signei icfllllsseii i .ilium he explained." Danger Houses Commuters Cemmutcis ever prnctluilly all of the Phi'ailclphla and Hendlnr suburbnn lines, und ever some of the Pennsyl-i-iii' lines, having been awakened by the dr-aster te a svnse of the danger in whlih they must place themselves twice ilnlli. haie broken out In indiguntinn against the . eiirlnii" ' use of nntlipuiteil. unsafe wooden cembes. Ii i ri i". '! :: .!':'.: Miillgnntlen has spontaneously tollewed preileu sl.ertll -ifte.- Id e Ten .t i. . tin s Illlll'lsl tee the . g"tlmg stinted fin Ceiitliuicil tut Puce Twu, ('eltniin STILLMAN TRIED TO BRIBE WITNESSES, LAWYER AVERS wrecks iii which theie has been 'ess of life (hie te the burning nt splinleitng or tfli'st eping of cars, ami that this indignation has subsided as the ineni ineni eil of the w leeks g, ew fin ther away. This iluii. however, the mdlenntlun Is se wlilespieatl and se emphatic as te Indi'iite that action will be forced. In suite of the statement hv tbe piesl- lir (lent of the Itendln', that the abolition of no. den loathes Is ler the preseiu an Impossibility. The eflictns of one s ibiirbnn iissoeiuilen. the Yerk Hend Chamber of Commerce, hnve pledged thenelies te luiiig the Public Service the nations 1 i..t.A.i s:...... I,. VA netil An. ills t int. u .-.i.i.. - ... - - - j tt ( , s e , It indicates also .1 Me., hi udviinti , , ,.., nbl. 11 for the I lill"d Mill's ni iiu in ii.iu..ii -u,i fih s. et in win HI uf.iii". (ei in 'lu insi.iuce ,,,,, ,..1,.,,,,,, ,,. ,, take liart In tl'.ni (inn uii'i"r .1 contrail te run ter 1. 11 v. r- in lue Supreme Ce nieil we nn- en.y 1 .'pre sented tcinpiiiurili and with (eriiiiu limited responsibilities Ainli.is-..uler Harvey sits in it mere a- an ub-cner than ns one of the ehi t inteis The history of till- treaty i thai flre.it Hritnin". wlib h lia- felt thai some wider agreement among the Powers should be created if the Angle-.l.ipanese Alliance was te be tci uiliiaied. pro posed, nt last week's ptivate meeting of Hughes. Italfeui and Kale. a liif Power n, 1 cement upon tie -i general lilies. Mr. Illljhes nt bjected that France should b" a uieinber of the Pin iti iiibiuariiin. I ".", i. Mr. I'.all'eur and Adiuli.il Kafe had 1 usiili tlieii (ievi rum. nth about making the piopesed But "Terrible Massacre" Is Strictly a Business Meeting ' ' He 11 ..ml m el ' I'.ui 1 au 11 I. el ,- III i 1 ei! . D I'd, ill. .IK I 1 I IV 1 ( li this ,,,u nin .1 ihe bandit sipunl mi oil .t- li.nv - in the icMiri.'d m.issn- (fl. ii in n tliev ni lived they leiiud a gteup of tin 01 tn 1 lie sire. 1 millers st'i'iilini' i'fi tln-i i-nnvci'siug he, illy nud gesflcubit'velv "'Vhcii's th beily '.' ill .1 one ei the .let.', tiles. "1 tell you it' ,1 held-up giinre and the people won't pav it.' said one e! the -tint vendiis te hi- lompnniens, who p fused 'it Itr-t te he int. i nipte.l by the detictive- I'lnalh it wa- i plained that the -Heel v.tuleis wen fei tiling a peel ter the sal. of i'li"i-iiiui. Hever- and veie tri'ui'; 10 set a pile pile fei the 1 ens.iinei "ma, ilieiiuih r MeArde. against Ihe I . . snrTr rm A7r7 I Df V XVlrir.HRTSTMAS SPIRIT NEARLY 10m " v . . were niiiile le. ill n il. tense coiiese in IMli III elpnill toil DROWNED IN QUERY ILOODz ' """- :;u :S!.J:,,::i 1 'Ihe .hinges w made hi Jehn F. sin hum 191!) Millie Mis-. McAulle was walking l'U l.'tli!) Seuth Dever sheet, she fell Mien her feet went Inte a hole. Ilei Wt ankle was broken, and her whole ri?l(t s ile in fuelled and bruised. Itctng "in (h'liente (onditien at the time, she wilercd n seiiens inteinal injui.v. Die whole sidewalk was out of ic l"ur. t 11 ns stilted, and lis diingeinus 1 onditien was made werne by 11 Hew of faterieticenling the hole CROWD SEES TRUCK BLAZE Prevision Delivery Vehicle Causes sir at Bread and Walnut StreetS Cloud, ni flout of. the Ilellcvue Miatrnrd ami the Itiu-Ciulten Hotels nnteheil Haines em, .'op the real of a 'nt deliver) truck 011 Itrn.nl sheet "c!jr. Walnut (his nMrmieu. hie truck is nw ned hv lle.vei .V Ce . I'lavlsieii (l.ahrs, ::,.-, Callowhill stieel. firemen iptenched the blaze bcfinc the '"le. lu-uli-il with buttei. eggs and '"!"ti) was badl) daiiiagi'd. It was . Vm. '" v"lentini' ll.irtlein. IIII Cal- i?I ,UI . "" ' w''" s'l K"-' leaking '"' Ihe tank cauglit tlie win 11 the '"Jhie hck til-iil Counsel for Defense In Divorce Suit Charges' Illegal Use of Meney I'liughhcepsie. N. Y., Dec. 1(1. i I'.j A P 1 Churg! s that agi uls for .lames (A. Slilliunn, New erk haulier, at-i ileiiipted toH'errupl and biilie piespec ' (he witnesses in the hull of his diiene , suit against Mis. Anne I' Slil'm.111 I were made le.lai In ih fense counsel u (enllii.nil .111 I '.1 ci" 'ln t'eluiiiii One FOCH WHIZZES THROUGH General's Train Doesn't Step en Quick Trip te New Yerk Marshal Fe. b pit nl another visit 10 Philadelphia today but only such .1 one I 1 1 0111 1 tie niuiiew 01 in ii.iveling sitv miles Erery Out: Shepi"' lpi'dnlly, litis QmMieii le Ask Many in Silly, hnl All lirii Ciiuvy licspotise imvmlys Then si.illil" (Ol lb' cel ner of 'I hir- " ' .1.... 1 slice s. one .i.inn ll,i;S,'',ha. paitenhelaun. of .be He lllliis 1 11 I M ,.,,,,.,1,1,. il!:: Me Women "heppe,. -lop - . I. m ask him dli'dinns and .pies t.n.tli toast. iil(()il 1(, ,l:r-.,et',he ll.isn'l been l.ske.l Is ...i. ...1 t 1. ic iiMM win 1 11 And ihnl 'lueiv I I 1 1 1 1 1 t t ,,.,1-tleM."'.. '. ' ,, ,,,,.... H belll'VO j;;;;f; , ,,(,,- .i. ci., n ..f Willi' 1 01..' k II Nihil! t e eil1" " tlie an bundles. "Pease. . 1 It'.. ...1 . . . . .. ...11 imi 11 inn i' 11 nun - Ollicer. wIU,.vpu .. iniikci'i Is' ,. ,, nelice- hi 01 ins . . -, "V a Santa Clans. usiiiiiii me I" i"' .. 1,, 1., iv 1 sicrei 111. in line ll O M Ill 11 the 11 crisli 1 .. t ... .1 tn.i r I P '" ' .'."...! neil, ,.. hilt wiiiioeer muiii-.i'"' f "l"1M". se le be seen nbeie no ... .. . ..I. llll' 11 ill) 01 III). I Mt.-.r. tatee a. toss the -liii'l. and sighs I'.ui leiiienihet', lie Is stall. Hied al 'I'hii n . nlh and Cliesliiui ICas) One te Answer With 1 IliililJe ill his eye he m.i ill s w ill, a righi acuiss (he sn et. maihiie 'Well, pleiis.'. 11 ill 1011 till in., hew I un in the steic''" That is tee much fe.- Minns 1 1 ili wit. and wilh due solemnity he s.ivs; "Take nil elevator te the lop of the W'i.lener llilildiug. Flem thai loot 1011 take two ruiiniti',' jumps ami a leap and laud en Waiiamaker's toef lie sine. Iieweixr. te take a long 1 ueugh leap Or iryeii piefer. 11 step ladder will gel vnti in thieugh the second story window New, If the woman is possessed of that saving urate, a sense of humor, she smiles and sets nbeut te fellow the eencct directions which Nilan always llielinau, el imiiUcis, .hut' nf n StiMiiuiu's teuiisel. in iipplvin for a 1 nun u-si u te lane tistitiieiiv al Mou nt al. wlicic, he 'aid, the alligatiens wen!. 1 In- siippei it'll b) ihii tv -tluee will. I ss . Asked bv (till, llilldg.' Ilelsev. ,,f ieiiii-i! let Mi. Slllliiiaii, in 11, iiue the agents ih.ug.d wilh .111. mining le siihuiu t "n na-1 i .t n -. Mi Itifiiiinn saiil he ..mid mention l)i-l two at this liun. Friuu is I ajels ami .1 Allien l.al'oii l.al'eii lalne both of the Pun In f (Jueliec, BOGUS 'HERO' AFTER FUNDS rOTTOCSTNK WALL STREET BOMB SUSPECT PELEASED Has Thrilling Story te Get Cash 'Fer Legien Pest' warning was issued l.ului age u-i ti bogus aiiuv elli' ci nhii is 'seli -mug alms tin the 1 1" 1 1 1-1 1 f 01 an Auii .inn l.egieii Pest in (Unci I is. at Neble. .'SMlll Coin I -licet snis he gave him his 1 heck I01 SIMM mid iipnii itivesti glUiug found ' tint he had In 1 11 mulcted. This vieuhl-be nve. seas vi-iii.in (es esiniiei 01 iigiiiiug uiitist snot nun sue 1 11 is believed that he has mad' ceusiil- 'I eiiei-.iHssiaie of the Allied ni niles went ever the Petisv Ivanl.i Hall- mini, oil his Will le New elk. hllOrtly befeie neon at the point uc-ir the '.mi llliei-c he left the ti.iiu en the et c.lsiell of Ins eihiial visit le the illy several weeks, ,m,i I ' I 2 FLEEING YOUTHS CAUGHT, 1 Camden Police. Answering Call Frem Garage. Get Suspects Caindi'll police hi'.liliillll li'ls let'eived ti iflt-plmii!' tall that men weie hi caking lulu .1 g.trnlie In N'ewten avenue between Pine und Spline sliect- sheitly after I! o'cletk 1 Inr. unit nlng Patlelinen Paul- (Use mid CliecMiiau vvei lit te the .telle, and as thev iipliieaclictl ihe ga lage ijut'e men 11111 111 illflcrent direc lli'in Twe vviic lapliiittl Thev ilesi'iihed ihemseKi's as Charles (iiand. elghreen. ISO! P.readwav, Cnimlcn. and William Pu' ion. nineieeii. no home. The till nl OMAHA, UUI . Dec. IU.---M1K.1. aim. i.vd.t mid l.ut-.l eleili. ui'rcst..'l Tlnu- day uiglit na i u.-iv". wi '.iiiitetien w'.ui thti Wall btitvi explosion Septciiibu 10, lU.'iO. wa . u-1uiikI irum tin. city jail ttdpy t.'i' bib own lecebiiisniuu iitfr tlie Uejjtn t mini "i" Justlce neiifi'd f diet tint lit. wa id w nthti bv 1 ii 1 'itli '.Titles ALARM FOILS 2 BURGLARS ! ASK $2.50 WHEAT PLEDGE But They Escape in Aute as Freight ' Farmers te Petition Congress Blocks Pursuing Police Twe buiyliiis vtie pi. willed iiiitu breaking into tlie pawn he,i m ,u-epi Dint. Flghtt i nth ami I't-tl. nil sneers, call) litis, iiiniuiiig w I eu ihe liutglar hint 111 wt'lit oil sii.iiuieliliig the pelbe fln.il Ihe Twentieth nud Fedei-al sii,.ts station, two sipinies awai. When the police in rived In a bandit cm the) miw two . giees speeding nw in in an an- story i ec pint. i. leiuiii i. I...IU.-U icv ii.i-i en toiuetiile, nei til III I.lgllleeilth streel the gieiiml near the garage which they ti,,. ..,,11.... ..,,.,. ,ais. . but 111 H',1.1,. police believe was dumped by one of the men. lngteii avenue a passing ci ublc with tli . t i 1 " . . . . 1 . ... 'IS,M W'vmtv 11 1 it -rs 1 miri mill A nun iniiii I ne-tun in mlkiii-u iu.,i i..n...l .....l H.iHah t.nla..-. 1...1.1 m v.".. . . . . 11 1 i e'HM"i ic "" ii "iw i" hi 1 . in 111111 11 iiii iit 1 nu mi- nei nit iiriu inr wi 1 iiiii iiu it r n 1 n lu.'ii 1 i, .!. tiiplliinril mi I'hkp Twe mimim K.inr anxious le gel their hands en I1I111 inicsi.giitleii t nm l0 fleeliig pair esenped Peniisylvauia up M Tin .. . H. "...tl .s.l'1.11 A II tilt' f'llllllir.l 111! A 1. t'Olll m MB.0!,?r.n"y.l"l" ehefer'tiiV house? Fei: , , leeks down lit till) ""'".ViV.L .. ' .'-"..- in 1 Ile Km stle i-nnmn ie(Iv nn ' -, .... t.iri l.lu one in hi i iiiiii- e." --B -1 -. t.C 11 I'll t. ' ' ' . f ft t Text of Treat Senater Ledge presented the tieuty te the Conference. The text follews: "The United States of America, the Dritish Empire, Fiance and .la pan, with a view te the preserva tion of tlie general peace and the maintenance of thefr rights in re lation te their insular possessions and insular dominions in the regions of the Pacific Ocenn, have detei mined te conclude a treaty te this effect and have appointed as their plenipetentiiuies: "The Piesident of tne United Mates of America. "His Majest.. the Kine; el" the United Kingdom of Great B: nam and Ireland and of the British de minions beyond the seas, Kmpenn Kmpenn ef India. "And fei the Dominion of Can ada "Fer the Commonwealth of Aus tralia "Fer the Dominion of New ea- latui "Fer India- "The Pi evident of the l-ieiich re public. "His Majesty the Kmpeini ei -lapan. Terms el Agree'iienl " he hiivin"; i'iiimuriicate.1 then full puMers, found in '.feed and due fei m, have uuivnil as fellows. " Article 1--The hinh contract centract contract ine; partus niriee as bctw. en thim aelit's te respect their rightb in rela tion te their insulin pes.csiK ns and insular dominions in the regions of the Pacifi Ocean. " If ther.1 should deve'ep between any of the high contracting parties a controversy arising out of nny Pacific (luestien and involving their said rights which is net suti facterily .settled by diplomacy and is likely te affect the Imnnonieus nc "erd new happily subsisting bei.veen them, they shall invite tli- high ceniractlng partic- te u leinl tilcrt-nce te whicii tin- whole .subject wnl be referred Inr teiisiderntinu and ad-lu.sinicnt " Article II. ll tin- -.ni.i tights lie tlueuttteil '' lb' aggressive lotion of any etln v IJc.wei, the high ntit n tl iiiia rinitl ii.e 1 U . I I f.fk-k.I WU- IIUIieiiiimiI """ -"-"Is l'' nt tut V.U111111UHI- Niitieual Couii- eate with one another fully and finnlily 111 order te arrive nt an un- "Tin -t.iuti.il! leitiieen mini e leaf 01 derstan.ling as te the most efficient (ad.' says the iiiu.eiineeineiit. 'can mn,uri., tn hi. lnlr.. ii-,,i.. -,.t pieiitubly be held for live cents If farm- I ..., Ju.i.n; mu lenllniifd en t'ef Keur. Cefin'tm On .SOCCER SC0KER t 1 ivrcrMfjitr LA W Hepe for Five-Cent Bread .ishlugteii, I it . In 1 ',v p 1 l.egtslaneii in levive the I tuteu Stale. (rain 'in p.n mum. 1111I1 a ( iev 1 rtuneni guar.iiitii of piebiibl-, j;e -, I,,,,,),,.! 101 wiic.il win tie 11 sl.iil el the pieseut st ss'eu 1 f I lllglTs., it itiilai In tin l-'anueis (Ml ers ge $2 50 n bushel fei their wheat." Hi .-ci j 1 m m ivc:n m Vjll'IS I'W' M RM Hit ii filfl I W vfy Vsl .Is.' . v P i' 1 s . . , ..fi.lfak t