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?PT? "-eW 'i 'V i ( 4 , F0 J 6 -, 'v-n R a1 .1 X' fit 'MEXICAN CONGRESS INVADED BYOOPS : EVEKItfG PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, i u iji in;i 30," itei TRYING OUT CHRISTMAS SKATES y&H Factional Fight in Chamber of Doputies Gallories Quolletl ; by Armed Force FIGHT OF LONG STANDING' By the Avvoelnled Prwtn Mexico Cl(. Tice .",0. Tlie Mrxiian Chamber of Depiitic wns itivmlH b Armed ferrr yeMrrdav for the fircl time In Its lilMerj. whrn Iroeps were railed In te quell fighting in the r.i1 leriea between factieni STtiipiUhfitig with the Liberal Censtltutmnnllit Pnrt and the Secial I)enlnerlt bloc. Whips nnd canei were ni-ed by the combatants In the ptrnsglc. wtili'li nree ever effort? te win control of the permanent com mission which is te act during the re MM e! Cengres. from Jnminry 1 un til next September Election of t'el rummi'Men bn been xpected for the last fortnight, and the Sallerleg at each jeMeu have been crowded bv the jnuiathireri of the con tending groups. The liberal Count! -tutlenallptn rcpraesnit moderate plit leal opinion, while the tcrint (lemecratlc bloc Js credited with radical tenden cies. Hoeting ,iiirl heutmg tn the gj leries have made the .mihis almost Impossible, and lit M-uday Kdotiarde Vasconcclep. president of the ihamber. ordered the police te clear the gal leries. Thta ther ere unuble te de. the crowd remaining until the fitting was flnallv adjourned fterward. a tight took place outbid" the chamber be tween the two groups which it required troops te quell fener ViM'eni' !., rcsiriil.iv aKei President Obregeu fei .iriiiivl fnrrr te maintain order and the Wtter placea S00 xldicrs at hi. .livpepnl. Hie g'd leries were eredd nt an early hour and fb" umil dl'erders hean. where, i pen thA soldiers enter (1 the chamber and steed at attcntim for -i half hour Members of the rhnmbvr protested at the milUarv display, and the tre"p were ordered te retire te the corridor- Discussion of the budg't then a continued, until there came a sudden invasion of the galleriei" by follower" of the bloc nrmed w-ith li.ehes and fctickn. 1'her attacked the Liberal C' r rtltutlenali't frmpatliiet, ind a hand le-band fijfct cnMi-d. in whib the at tneUera were vn'innruv. The soldiers rurhed in and inters eneil. hut the bloc forces remained triuninhnnllj inside WOMEN ORGANIZE B. AND l." Betsy Ress Association Incorporated , by Court at Trenten t Trenten. Pec " f' A. ! i- ' Articles of Incorporate for the !?et.j Rej,b Building and Lean Association of Newark, the Dm of its kind in New Jersey composed solely of women, were apnreed teda. bv the State banking, and insurance commissioner. Kvery official of the new association from ceuusel te members of the heard of management, is a woman. Mi ,M Kl wnr"- t.i'uT"imi'' ""A"jiiPwi "." " "mLji .. nW""1 " " " u -"'..- H B ''-'"v-:;;1kI'?W s LOREN DEFENDED new Mra. Jehn J. Mitchell, Jr., en which the reputation of Dr. Lercns largely has been built. The atatement of the official organ of 'the American Medical ABSdclatlen Mip i ports n statement iiiade Inst June befere the American 'iM-mepeinc Association in Uosten by Dr. Jehn Itldlen, who treated Miss Armour and finally called in Dr. l.erenz. Dr. Hidlen Is esteemed as one of the New Mrs. Mitchell, SIlO Doilies; foremost orthopedic experts In the uniicu einicB, lie epcrnica upon ti" z BY L0L1TA ARMOURi Charge of American Who Alse Troated Her HIPS ARE -STILL IMPERFECT ( liicage, Dec. .'10 -Airs., Jehn .1 Miti'hcll. Jr.. formerly Lellt'n Armetiv was asked Inst night In make a state ment regarding the result of her tre.it inent eighteen years age by Dr. Lerm. Arminir when she wns three eara old aud was stlld te huve been successful with one hip. The ether hip presented difficulties which occasioned the sugges tion that the faineiiH Vienna surgeon be called Inte the cac. The rcsultd in that case were described b Dr. Itldlen with out icferrlng by tiamc te the patient, whose identity was iceegiilzed immedi ately by the medical scientists te whom the former Miss Amour s surgeon fid tlii'ssed his leiiiark" I cannot ,ay thnt a perfect cure has been effected in either hip." was the eplv, "Hut the hip treated I" ' l.erenz is far better than the ether one. i (which he could de little with be aue tt hart lieen tee nadly nilslinnulnl ne said. 1 myself believe thnt had It net been for the work done befote he u:is inlled en my case he could have effci ted a complete cure. "Dr. l.erenz docs net claim tn be 'a miracle man.' lie is simply lining tin' best he can. I belicc lie lias been tee much exploited by these who .ire handling his finances. He lias been glicn ten much publicity, which 1 am Says "lireiif lcg" Is bbert "In one of inj bilateral cases with lit,. Inft 1.11 ll, .111. 1 lIlA ..IffM Mil mil " 1, iui I'll IH' in iiiiii i,i. i'". ,' .'.. r- ' ...I. I It. Il.1l..n I'l.n Mnliii.l Mm flfrll rum -. iiniii'ii, in ivii ii in ., n. Mclatleti1 flntl of the British Orthopedic Association, refers te numerous ether cases he treated Jointly with Dr. Le renz. In some cases the treatment re sulted in fracture pf the neck of the femur and consequent paralysla, due le Ihe tremendous iii-cssure used by the operating surgeon In trying te force the dislocated joints back Inte posi tion. He mentions n case lt which he claims "LereiiJ! failed te replace the hip: told the father of the patient thnt he had really put the hip lu. collected .?."00, and again told the fathcClliat the hip was In when the cast was removed" nnd an X-rny made by Dr. llldlen dis closed that the hip wan ntlll out. Net only Is the skill of Dr. LercnA discounted by Dr. nidlen In his review of Hie cases they treated together In Chicago years age, but bin discovery of the "bloodless surgery" Is illspiiteu by the Chicago surgeon who asserts thnt Lerenr. merely made certain modifica tions In a method which was developed by a famous Itnliun orthopedic surgeon, l'aei. of I'isa. Dr. Hidlen was a member of the com mittee of Chicago surgeons who. In a) hip In IPII'J and ngiiln In IPO,'!, but the signed statement en December ", among pnllent still limps, and it is evident thnt . ether things, said: the l.erenr. leg is hiierter mini ine "The proposed visit of Dr. Lereim will nccempllsh mere harm than geed, nnd we are epppsed Id any p ad by which countless numbers bf cripples will huvci their hopes raised, te the skies only te have them blasted when thev Unci thev have been misled. Ills visit .will make every rrlpple In America dlssatls lied and dfwtvpeliilcd because they were unnblc le' reach ihe 'mlracJr man : etbera beeause he would net be nble te treat them." DENY MISS MINTER'S WED natiennl confidence whleli the .:". "".I wnys conducted In the. hum. t, long been a conviction with m IT kl H l"M. It Clfl - "s -H 'Itldlen leg.' ' Piirthi'l- support of the statements nf both Dr HldU.n nnd the Journal of (lie American Mcdlent Association was given jctcidm by Dr. Virgil P. Gib ney, for lift ears head of the Hospi tal for Ruptured and Crippled. In We.l Kortv-secend street, who (.potnerrd Dr. Lerenr, when the lnttcr made his first ilslt te the United ytnles. "VVtlheut i mlnlnilzlng the accomplishments of the Mether of Screen 8tar Lays Rumer te Jeke New Yerlt, Dec. ,'10. - Broadway liearjl rumors rstcrday that Mary Miles Mi'ntrr had eloped with Thomaa 11. Dixen, son of the millionaire pencil manufacturer. Mra, Chavlette Shelby, mother of Mls Mlntcr, new en her way te Cali fernia, plftce,d little credence tn tlie re ports of the mnrriag riitnbra were based - Chrismas pnrtv, where MIsh junter nnd putting ferwaril are going te brin Va. ' Dixen njayfully pretended they were j a vast improvement In the mii1!' .1 . J !. I t.nnlHnna linn J Ia I. ll '"llOTlil going IU tiuiic. juunuiuea enuuiiuii 111 mc COtlllng jn fl,. HARDING SEES PRQSPgm Calls en TraVfillnn Mm . . Werk for Business Revlv.i I OmatiA, Neb., Dec. 80. (p- k'J. Hcllef that the natldn.l builfljJ i.T uatlen is going te Improve in J02-S expressed Dy rresiuent Harding U M message made public today h, tk. uniana unamecr of Cemmere. i- ' vi iifinflnn i-tfl, a i.i.i!mu . 'j)3t frrt,1ln im.n llllTHIllfb 1JICII, h Preftliten TTnft)lnM ..t.i tnrncst 4ep6 that traveling men w if "tlng of OnuVi continue In the coming' year the sbW did work for American bualn..?1:' iar It no group of men de morn in ...... ."W spirit nnd sentiment of uptlm lV"' feuljj J sad K!a!?tiS de these ambassadors of buBlne, "'?' like le call them. ' ' ll ge. She said the "I bftpe and firmly believe thm .J en a Jeke at n i effort s'wh I ch they and many ethV ' J e MIsh Mlnter nnd puttlng forward are going te brin Vii"'l 1!!1 Twe maids fiTiniil en Hie Ice today at Concourse) take, K.ilnneiinl Park, said tlie'e been w.citliig ever since Clnlstmas morning for this chance. Twe ponds were pronounced safe for skaters this morning FIRE IMPERILS 21 LIVES Tenement Heuse Ignited by Explo sion Believed Caused by Bemb Heelicstei V .. Dec. "te -(Bt A. P i Tne llw-, nf twenty. one iier-iiu3 were cndangcr'il car! tedny in a tene ment house liie which followed a m-s-terle is e Iomeii Anthen; Scalia. who nccupie hi second-story of tne three story build ing, was awakened by tlie explosion sure he does net want and does net no predate. He la doing all he can under Viennese surgeon. Dr. Qlbney lid tlie circumstances. niitted . "There is. of course, much jcaleusv .it i10,vn thai a cure was net nmeng doctors, and they arc net cnger I rffcrted in the case of Miss Armour by te see great laurcK go te a foreign dc- pr Lerenz." ler. Persnnull. I tun very fend of l'i.j The itiabllltj of Di . Lerenz te bring l'ereiu. ami I feel thai if it bad net ,h0U(, complete cure in the famous been for him 1 would net new be getting I (nsf 0f ,iSR Armour in net known gen- inucn pleasure em 01 inc. Icially among the members et tn medl- j ' cnl nrnfesRlen. who. like the laltv. hed which is belieied b the polite te have . , -r.w eru. uec. ou. i.eiua Anne.ir. (l(.,.ft(,a rc,uIlB Bs n j.ure but an ex- inn .,. i i,r n i,nn,i, tin .i, i i i 'lui'Khter of .1. Ogden Armour, of ( hi- ,-ept en must be made in the en se of the been caused by a bomb, lie carried hls(.aK0, was net rurw)i HB i cemnmnlv I or!henedlo specialists who cihlblt much wife nnd two children te the street in supposed, of a celigenitnl dislocation ' femllfHi itx with Lercn.'s chscs and thelc night clothing. The temperature the hips b) Dr Adelf Lerenr., new be- , nietheiU " was but a few degrees :ibnw zero. Pe- "-leged in the municipal clinics of New I . llcemen assisted ether occupants of the'erk lu thousands of pitiful cripples Declares Necks Hreken bul'.ding te safety, iwlie recavd lilm as "the miracle man" Atnns with the ense of Miss Aimeur. A man giving bis name as Prank of orthopedic surgerv. says the Journal Pi . Hidlen in his address, which has I Scnrte wu found loitering near the nf the American Medical Association in ' been reproduced In the Journal of tcenr and was nrresinl en a charge of lis l-"-tii of December 2-1. referring te j Orthopedic Surgery, official publice- , vagrancy. the case of the former Miss Armour, tien of the American Orthopedic As- i I 'iji ' i H, 'ii. ' II' ' I. , lit- il 11 III, , 'Tl! -1 Ml T , rftiin ,li . ,iii. i wi'ii,t'-v,iM,i Hi'!i'Ai'Jin'iiiiUj,u4'i!i . i i 'i.' i r i i I ..ii' ' " .1 i ' ,r ' " . ' pRZtej' in .'Til 'i 1 1 i'i' ,! '"'i , i'iVj'i.i 1 1 "'iV ","!'. '"., , IWji ' NriL: "'"i5 m ivi,: w ! rift ?.v W m i , li. !' IK , I i "' ' iHl'ii'i i ' li'i'll I'i ' i l , 1 'III III' . ir'".',.V'!1 . I'.i' t ' ll'll 'I I .i!i, ..ii 'f.t Hi', ..i, ' . ,.i "'i' i'i ., i" i J" ,.' ' '! i' i I ll 'lil'l ,'.!'" " a W. 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