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1 ilium 1 int Vv - i ijff i . - '. J-VJ . t.J - ' r 'i " . -t w.n., ,. ..t-u, 1 .- 1 .i . 'i v 7t-l 'r '.t.rHA.. '! ' f '" .-ri T ' j-. J ',. ' ' ';Hr S i tf intxWcwiMtn J-" 4 Generally cloudy tonight with lowest, temperature about 25 domes': Wcdnes. day unsettled, possibly snow. - TEail'KKATtIBB AT' KAtlT HOOtt Vs I nlie.lii 12; m 2 in f 24125 iam jar.ian las 135 VOL. VIIL NO. 107s Feui' Alarms Bring Clutter of Apparatus te Columbia Ave nue and Mascher Street NEARBY CHEMICALS MENACE ' FIREMEN IN BOLD BATTLE One.thlr'd of. the (lre-flphtlng np parnfu of PiiU1cIt)liln was called out Bt 4 :15 .o'efeck this morning te n four feur ulnrm Wnzc that for u tlme fhrcnlencd jijarp: section pf, the northeastern mill district of the city. The flre weft In the paper box fac fac tery of Albert Eichhorn & Ce. in the block bounded by Tiirncr, Ildnceck and Mav'icr etrccts and Celumnla avenue. I ix-e I'ewcrs, a waicnmnn cmjiieyuw bv the Oxferd-fnRchcr Realty Com Cem tanv. in lt powcrheuso a Turner and Hancock trcts, discovered Uie Arc. ' Bcelnp oitiekc pouring from the second fleer of the old structure that vn later destroyed, with a les? of $100,000, be top back into the powcrheuso and fceundrd the siren. 1 Enclne Cempnriy Je. 15 is at Turner nnd Heward (streets, only half a square Jiwash and the upparatus was In front pf the bulldiiiR in n few seconds. The company turned In the second rtlarin. and the third und fourth were sounded jvithln n few minutes. Seventeen Companies Out These four alarms, together with four local alarms, brought out seventeen en rine companies, live trucks, two pipe lines, one water tower and c'lBht'bat c'lBht'bat tnllen chlcfc, one' of the largest aggre gations of firc-flghtcrs Mimmencd te one blaze In this city for months. The dcnVe Mneke, together, with the weaknis.fi eiTtlic old structure, kept the firemen from entering the building for fevcral hours. The flmeke hung low in tue damp nlr and, ns there were no flames the firemen were forced te place powerful searchlights en adjoining buildings. These lights, enabled tin; men', perched en ncighberfng reefs, te direct dozens of streams into flie ec ec eml, third and fourth story windows. An organization known ss "The S'ecend A aimers,"- made up of factory beads and Kenxlngten residents, cooked Miot coffee for the fire-fighters. Streets Ice-Coated A cold breeze froze the wntcr nlmest as seen as It struck the pavement. The skht of firemen allnnlne and slldine . t. along the, streets became, ceinmpnylth- -.- lti it 'fin ti r HiAMniild nffltH iltA KniilA matt ik "jliid.iBX tuuittvui-e uiiil nil., uuivii: v.14,11 rawMb'tt comfort of iih 4fjre 'laddlefr:, wbb jptrB;nnucnne;DQp. uueuuiiC, uiear- 'WliM itriWf, -- " ' " ,..- .--;". '. airs, uanby, tueugn uvinc mere tlian r .. a a. FACTORY IS RUINtED, OTHERS IMPERILED BY f 109,000 BLAZE j .,th fire. began. This cold made the coffee 1 Alffhf finiihrAQ. iiwnv. nMwl h lutp squares, away, nlded by, her 11 iightryeur-'eld son rushed te the fire W,r'i large can ei co Sj ipf'clrinamen buns. - coffee and n basket t' -Thi ekilil nnd tli iiiiH'nnf le f- tnuuedrsoferel near accidents. TIir most .--jj.j'i-.r.. -:.- " .. .. . .. .flnirjrniaing-eacupe vuns mat ei uirre ilie.cme'n, 'trying te get a line ctrftehed ", S." S.1 rV"I '". 'eer a..'.uiitt mm S& WM n,5' - t?yirf.V: n,5' - t?yirf.V: ,Wlth him. 'Much scratching nnd Krrnm blng. en tha'vpirt of nil three- averted ,tbe' five-story drop. Faljlng wires, .many of them alive, added te the danger for the, men fighting the flames. Theihcavv smoke n -evented lear vision up te'n distance of rabrelnl,i than a block frem'tltil burning building. ,,,, i iii viiunvu nbUiuuilliK Ul cuti;ii tUj iliUlUM. rtep en the Oeath-dealln); cepper strands tnat were scnllrcdi helter-skelter nil ever x the roped-efl portions of the street. , , The burne,d factory employs about j' hyerentvcfive.' jlrls. whe"ure due at work t-7Jn the morning. Most, ettbem live nt a distance, nnd "did net. knew. the , place was destroyed "until they arrived at the (jcene; They gnthcred Just out . slde the lilies and gazed, diiliy at the busy f firemen, who hed managed te get the tire Under control nbeut that line. Chemicals Menaced The efforts of the firemen were di rected principally at preventing the Wad et the fire. In the rear of the burning building, separated by n ucml ucml ucml flrcproef partition-, was a large stere of chemicals owned Wy the Commercial Leather Company, who formerly eccu- Pled the entire structure. If. 'the flames had reached these an explosion would nave undoubtedly occurred that might liave started a fire large enough te wipe cut the entire district. fA Mr- Eichhorn was at a less te-nc-PN count for the fire. He said thure were itae llgbB of any UlniLln the building. fefIYSTEWOUSPAIR SHOOT GROCER AND-THEN FLEE Seuth Philadelphia Store 8cene of Attack Ne Attempt at Robbery Percy Epstein, forty-five yearn old. a grocer nt the northeast corner of Ueveland and Washington .avenues, was the victim of a murderous attack early today by two young Negroes, who shot hlm in the right shoulder. ..'Epstein is in the Polyclinic Hospital. ' His condition is net serious, . i The notice Inveatfenllrttr ihn ,.. ,... U,,has several mystorleus aspects. En. 'vui".teln has been in the store for a vnnr. T ana has made no enemies that he knows if 11 "r .4- ,. AUTO THIEF SAYS OWNER WREW1 TO STEAL CAR IjDtfendant Sprlnes ,8urprlse When &( ; Arralened In Ceurf fe MiAii'T0,en?nnt en tr,al befe" -TmlKQ V Sl?lL'er the tllef f ' motorcar testl HvvSi.that Abrahnm Atlas. 1711 Seuth 1 il.1, "W of tl,e machine, empleved ft, " te-tnke the-car nway and leso It." , .UVlng ICurklnnnllleW. nt Anlmnrn Jii ,nw!,0tne countcr-chnrge, was beIm.1"'.11'"10"11 Arneld. They wcre a as t steed In front of Atlas' store. nachine.,u Ncw Yerk bis wife made "ii go te the pollre and confess. He nihJ18 n.'.8.0 wontle the insurance com cem fif.n LV,th wliltl1 Atln had Insured wutnipp, VTfrtn-.fmj .-.' ,.. F 1 4 r m Enters aoeod.CURfl fatUr at ., . , , Undsr- Aet ' 1 , 1 l - .-I- 1 ii 1 II 11 I ! '" .ii !! 1 11 m I ' 1 .1 ' 1 1 . ". 1 : 1 ..: i.i POQH RICHARDS AT FRANKLIN'SfGRAVfi , ME8rawOSBMfflBMii kktflr LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIK''! SalllllH&LLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHLILBIIIIVli' 'iikltKKUrjSi3till9tX'M iiV'- ''HaalaHaaalaaaVvaaaaaBi aBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBrBaBaBaHaBalBBB' 't " -v Sr .-?KMMf: ft jfcmjjiTKTMWiFr-' U ''Lli HHnhHI ' it'fflK9KHaBbJiiHl V Tedd Daniels Is shown plnc'ng a wreath en the grata of Benjamin Frnnhlln, nt the annual obscrrance of Franklin's Birthday by the Peer CONTRACTOR HELD FOR W. PHILA. BLAST Lack of Permit for Use. Powder Causes Arrest of Twe Men of LOW BAIL ROUSES CROWD He.v B. AVcnncr, a contractor, and Frnnk Ccl'ucci. nn nsMntnnt. were ar reted tedar. us n rcsii.lt of the powder nnd dvnnmite blnf-t which inltircd twelve pcr(.ehS nnd dftmnced' nreptjrtv In the, ncirni)ornen(i . et t itiy-eevcnin sircec and' Lancaster avcriue ycstcrflay, An Inilliriinnr rrnu'd. whleh Inmmpd the SUty-firfit 'nnd Thomweu, stre'ets stntleji. called out, "Injustice," and, iiHii. ine 'inwvifiiueiii.dinrifirHix'cni neck he'd the, men' in ,S00 bail-for a ht(p?antl CKidS AV;-Jilfet '.'fpf" grading eveil ictrctv Jn w& Phlladclnhla Celluc'cl.' hlSiininleyb, we In Jmnicdl- nte chnree of the. Wastliii oncrailen Fire'MhrJbnl KlUett said bdav TSVrt-' ncr had no permit for the ufe of b'nek powder, nltheuirh be had npplled for u dynamite permit, Arrested Near Scene of Blast l. Detectives Tiiiby nnfd v"6etc'n arrested i,n .' men nenr tne. ganing no'e e,auseii the pl6s!en wjilch u'ee rained !, wy.fc .en liOilKM in Ibft neti-lilmi- - 4.oa. - 4.ea. W?OWe- fWL Wd ether ty. Thv were and battery by cxnle?lvcs. crndlnr rnnfrei .frOmnhe", Department W Fnb'le Werk. Tjn$t -vcarihe' had n ffrnomjte permit from the Mayer's ofllre nnd. has hnp'ie'' tlilifvenr'fer n Uki" nerralt. The forma deciimentihns net .been Pnt te him vet nouseneinern wiine'ni"irs wre enm en nre wennerin" wne xvw rcim rs tnem frt tni irtsnes. Phif T)nn. lap, of the'nighway Buremif said today the citv can net Jie iie''l -'lnVn. A otKiiAe"lri WrnifrfV i"tnflO eon tract tlnulates'that haatsume all r. pnenslbl'ltvy fer,",damf ev. during wth'e Wehner , furnishid a ?00,f(0O n bend for.tH'c?rnfllrtIeri..nf tbc centrnct-wlth In a flpeclflH pcHed, butt the brjnddees net coveitdamatfci resulting from the work. , Wetrtrri.HnVt Ser:J6usIy The fw6 women Who! were, mera Ferleuslv Inlurediln the blast afc.frs. Jehn BflUey, efflrtfl Stewart street, blown 'across the kjfcbnvor.herjjieme and devn the, cellar tIrs? nnd' Mrs. Themas Manning, 5017 Htmter trtet, who was. hit, by. a ,rock that crAshed through the reef pthfr home and burled her-under 'latha nnd plaster. KebcrtTani,6t20 Kfrthaw utreet, n teamster, was unleadlnc his struck nt the Overbroelt Onrpet MillH, Fifty hlxth nnd Oxford strcets, when a rock wcghing tweity pounds descended upon hw head,iknecklng htm uucon uucen Ncicus. One boulder crashed down upon Oie. reef of th"ohemi of Ulbbcrt McCIure, ntMO Stewart street. The rock went through the reef nnd fell upon a bed from which Mrs. McCliire bau risen te few moments before. Boulder Tears Through Heuio A boulder tore through the perch reef of the house at 0044 Stewart street, occupied by Jeseph Lose. The rock crashed tkreush the perch fleer en'd came te a Flop In the cel'nr, where It tore out n large section of the cement fleer. .' At the home of F. B, JIutten, C640 Stewart street, a rock 'int ' the perch root into the. cellar. At the home of Frederick Drlcnbnch, ,V)2i) Stewart street, nbig rock plunged threugli tne SKyngijt ever tne rt v t und struck tbe bathtiJ;, flattening It out like ii pnnenke . ( Twe rocks went through the kitchen reef of. the home of Frances m .. i len, 5013 Stewart street, There bad been several persons In the kitchen and they bed geno Inte the dining room just a the boulders fell, wrecking a gas range and several chairs. Twe hundred girl empleye of the Ovcrbroek Carpet Mills, Flfty-btxtli and Oxford streets, were nlmest thrown into n panic when a shower of rocks crashed through the reef of the carpet ml !, Mrs. J. J. Hart, 1015 North Fifty sixth street, had u narrow escape when n rock tere through the reef ami fcl In u bedroom en the thin) fleer of her home, wrecking the room. Mrs, Hint had ju&t left the room, neighbor said, A large rockjero threygh tfic root of the home Ijil H. Davidsen, , 102 North Fifty. second utrcct. nntl the. home of F. w;"Wertw6ed,$T-M Huritfr sfect. A f-cctleu of thp,roef of the 'nttcr house va blown off by the cV iloseni the ree pt.'.iu?iiuwyeii a. tot tfrttttn liinmtr weoeer bTb L. ikm. .pBatw km H kn K H .kH.,kB rn krvaKf pBP r f r r- kw r r B Uiq toateme nt rhlUdMpUI, Va or March 8,, 1879 "Father of Aute" r GEORGE.JK.SELDEN TnTthftr'et thoflrttcasellne-drive'n vehicle; wild djcutflda,Y. at lib home "4- In f Rochester, tt. V. :- LE ,' '.v, WIFElKUSBAND DYING Mrs. Florence Stuterreth, North Park Avenue, Is Victim Mrs. Florence Studcnreth. twenty nine, 3410 Nertli-I'nr kavenue, is dead nnd h?r husband, Walter, Is dying as the result of gas pels6nlng, due te a. Iceky pipe at their ihome. Mrs. Stndenreth died early today at the Samaritan Hospital. Her Imsbftnq, unaware of his wife's" fat6,.lnjulrcd re garding hr condition several times after she. bad pawed away. The' couple were found unconscious In the bedroom e their home late yester day afternoon. Every room.. In Uie house was filled with gas which flowed fremH leaky plpe In tlie cellar. cstugenreth was erapieyeu. oy-.-nnnea Ankium, ,n contractor, nnd was te have accompanied his employer te New Yerk yesterday regarding a contract. When Studenreth failed te reperfAnklum tele phoned bfs home.- There was no re sponse. Frem neiehbers it was learned that neither' Mr. or. Mrs".., BtUdenpth had been ecca all' day. Anklum ana.n pa- trelraan, believing that Mr. artd Mfsf Studenreth might be 111, forced entrance UKtll PI.VU H "-J. -M.-. ...T. r , te tbe heuse. MILLION TO 5E ASKEP FOR NEW FAIRMOUNT PARK DAM Plana te Be Pushed enetUrn of , Mayer Frem the.li Seuth Itcauest for an. appropriation of $1, OQO.OOO te rebuild Falrmeunt . Dam will be made of Council ' by Mayer Moete en bU return from his winter vacation.- Prier te his depaxture for Flerida, last', ulght the Mayer f aid the city's water, problem required Immedi ate consideration. Sheuld.it be decided te pick Fair mount Park as the site for the Sesqul Ccntennlal exhibition, the Mayer said, it 'might be deemed advisable te' make .the dam nt- Falrmeunt eue et Archi tectural beauty as well ns utility, The orlglnnUFalrnieunt Park dum was bui't iiyilSM. It has been fre quently JcrjBlncethfcm- . W0uL1n?T LEAVE MOTHER 8e Yeung BrldeiVyins-Dlvorce Frem Bey Husbapd , Mrs. Alice HnrtfLeper wns given a divorce this" .afternoon by. VIce Chau Chau celler Learning of Onmden., The Lepcrsi, wcre . married Jn Wil mington. Ma? 0, IfllO, after a courtship which dated back te thcl- childhood davs in Ilrldgeten, N. J, Mrs, Leper wns nln-teen years old nnd her husband, Le- inpu, seveniccn, wnen tney were mar ried, She claims her boy husband refused te mnke a home for her, Jmt insisted upon 'Ivlng with bis mother. Beth Mr. nnd Mrs. Lepcr are resi dents of Brldgoten. Heart of Embryo Chicken, Ten Years OM,Stil Beating New Yerk, Jan. 17.(By A. P.) Part of the heart of a chicken thnt never wan hatched wns beating to day, the tenth anniversary of its re moval from the embryo nnd Iselur tlen by Dr. .Alexis Carrel, of the RoeltcfeHer Institute. ( The tlssue fragment is still grow ing, and Its pu'suttens nre vislbU under the nilcrosceiie. Dr. Carrel Bald,- H tjKvt.BO fast that, It i : K PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUAY47i 1922 l . 1 I ... -J, Fifth nnd Arch streets, an part of Richard Club AUTO PIONEIR, DIES Noted Inventor Was Involved in Leng Litigation Fellow- ing Patent EAJLY EFFORTS0 .MOCKED By the Associated Press Ilecliestcr, N. Y., Jen. 17." Geerge Baldwin 'Se'den, Inventor of the first gasoline propelled vehicle nnd n pioneer in tbe present automotive industry, died nt, his home here today. He wns president of the Seldcn Moter Company of this city and' was seventy-seven years old. , ' Mr.- Semen's first. attempts In the. In- .ycntlvei' fleld wcre tdi-nyike tl'e stean, cngine available te drive light' vehiclw, t'tyjrja' marcli, ltiia, Ue 'ubunuent-d the 'slbtiity, of engines operated by ammonia ;jrit,'blsiilpllata. of'cnrben nnd 5tbcr lqiim lucin. in io(e no uuut an- en iiii that wns driven bv a' mixture of "laughing gas" and kerosene. This mixture was burned in a small cham ber nnd the expanded products of com bustion conducted te, the cnglne similar te the ertliiiary steam engine. This machlne proved a failure. ' By 1S70 be reached the conclusion that the internal combustion engine of' the cbmnreseien type using liquid fuel, preferably a pctre'eum product, wns the solution of his difficulty. Ills continued efforts met with clbt; from ethers, his own brother advising him te go no further In bis exneriments as he might as well threw his money in tne river. . Mr. ScMcn made his flrnf cae1lnn driven cnglne In 1878 In the shopief Frederick Michel in this city. ' it bad been one of the features of nutomebile snows nere and In many ether ceuu tries. . Among the many inventions of Selden are a hard-rubber tire, a device te. pre vent the slipping of wheels, improjo imprejo improje uivnts of hoop sllttng machines and euviTiii eiuer devices HO was grnduatcd from Y'ala fii UIQ , .. . ,, -. ." .1-1 , T "" nummcu lq xne par in lbiiiS W11 nf . T, , r ' , Ten years of vlrtua'Iy continuous nil. gallon ever the Schlep patent oni.gaso eni.gaso oni.gase llno automobiles, ended' In January. 1010, with ii reversal .by the. United States Circuit Ceiufrtrt Appeals of a decision rendered by Judie HeUghi of the United States District Court. South ern District of New Yerk, en Huntem bcr 15, 1000. This latter opinion had uustalned the validity' of the Seldcn pat ent, application for which had bcen'filed nway with the Patent Office at Wash" ingten in 1870, but which was net Is sued until 180j. sixteen years-later. In the meantime Ferd, Durycn, Olds nnd ethers In America, apd Pnnhurd", Peugeot nnd ethers In France, had been experimenting en the same tines with out knowledge of the Seldeu. c'nlm. Se well had they worked that In, JSfJ-i, a year prier te the Issuance of the Scldcn patent, nn automobile i-ace was .held In France. LONG SKIRTS, HIGHER SHOES U- ', Conyentten Speaker Asb Predict Patent Leathers 'Pqptvyaar Demand Lenger skirts meant, higher shoes. This was the fnsiien message brought te Philadelphia I wemep today by J, Wendell Gammens, 'pf Bosten, who spoke ut the opening of the tlirce-dav convention In the BI'fvue-Strntferil of the National Shoe Travelers' As As As soclatien. vMr". Onmmens predicted one-strap boeU' will come back in style for tie spring trade and patent leather shoes will he numbered among the big sellers. The demand for k'd shoes is evwd'n? the supply for tbe spring trade, he said. Today's Developments at National Capital 'RMviMlenn Senators will held n conference tomorrow en the allied debt -refunding bill. 8eldlrn hanged in France wcre burled' with tbe honored dead, n lieu tenant colonel told tbe Senate In vfstlgaUng Committee. Congressman Alansen B. Heugh, ten, NVW Yerk, will be nominated Aiubtusrttder te Germany in a few days. Senater Glass, of Virginia, ad dressed tma Senate In opposition te the proposed changes In the Federal Reserve Act. Daniel Wlllard. nrcfddent f i BaltlmPritdjPliIa Railroad, asked GEORGE B SELDEN LOSS OE TVIIND FLAK OF VANISHED WIFE; Left Nete for Husband Before Disappearing With Daughter and Bey "Chauffeur" TELLER GOES FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE HERE IN QUEST "My wind is going mere und mere." .vrole Mrs. E'lln Arllne'Bull, of It'.dge It'.dge It'.dge woed, N. J., when she left her beautiful lu.ine In that suburb of Ncw Yerk De cember 31. Aubrey II, Bull, teller et the Harri mau Nntlennl Bank, Ncw Yerk, brought the nete te Philadelphia with him today when be came here .te make frantic search for his missing wife. Mrs. Bull took with her Elllnera Lrttilga, her seven -year-old daughter. At the same tlme Belph Cesta, son of a wealthy merchant, of Rldgoweod, dis appeared. Tbe boy had been leaching Mrs. Bull te drive her automobile. "My mind is going mero and mere," the note paid, "and I am taking my daughter with me se that ebe does net suffer the same. fate that I have suffered." The note Was shown by. Mr.. Bull te Detective Hanlgan, of the Burcuu of Missing Persons, of this city. "The nete-Is the thing that worries me," said Mr. Bull. "It reads us though my wife hud contemplated tak ing her own life. I de "net believe she lias done this, however," or we would have heard something." Stranger Gives .CIue This mernliie Mr. Bull . wns visited in his office In tlie Har'rfman Bank by u mini who euld bis name wns Ulicffer, ninl thnt be was u. motermnn. lle did net tell his fir'nt name, his uddrcss or for what trolley company no wericcu. "The man -said' te me." Mr. Bull cx- fplnlncd, "that be bad a sister living In rniludelpaiu, nt ittiiu Lienenster ave nue. She called hi men the telephone nnd told him she bad n Mrs. Weaver and her seven-year-old daughter bearding with her at that address. Shelter sold his sister thought the woman was my wife. There bad been a young man, a chauffeur, tbcre" also until u week age, wbeji he left, taking some et Mrs. Weaver's belongings." Detective. Hanlgan accompanied Mr. Bull dn.u visit te West Philadelphia te lopaer-jinquoupj..,,!'"--.'" """"" . . . . .. - .. i , -i. ii.. i. . . t .. i-i, r. - !. b. -. 111.1 -mere is no tiiicu . tfiruvt nwujuvrraa .-v ap.-i .v..v. ( THev tried vfery pessible variation et! tbe 'number without success, nnd 'Mr. j Bull finally returned te NVw Yerk., All Fhiiaueiphiu :iiQimuia and penco- uis trlcts have been notified.- Thinks Her Unbalanced Residents of llldgewoed have known of the strange dlsappearance 6f Mrs. Bull, her daughter and the boy since the day It occurred, but the matter wns net made public until yes terday, when the husband of the woman, firmly believing her te be .mentally un balanced, sought the nid eAthc press In locating bis wlfe and doubter. ' Mr. Bull said that litS wife had Jrawn S1000 from the Rldgoweod bank,' told a maid she was going te New York'te keep a dinner engagement with her husband and had driven off in the nutomebllo with her little daughter and young Cesta. 'My son Is net a chauffeur," the laser's father declared when referring te various published statements te that effect. "He is a school boy. He knows J hew te rum a, car. When Mr. Bull bought his car he suggested that my. boy, ,Rilph, teach Mrs. Bull hew te run the 'car; But she never could learn te run Jc. She was tee nervous. Se Ralph would go out with her' and the llttle-glrl after school and during the sunimcr -racatlbn. '-.We are merchants business, pepple, ly seu does net work as a-chauffeur (be only ruus a car for pleasure.?', . "Would. Loek Aft.erlfira" The two families Jtve in attractive houses in cles rffexlmlty te each' ether. YeunA MV is next te the youngest of n i f(i,t e"f nine children. His elder sisters were friends of Mrs. Bull. The latter had ftften assured the boy's mother that she Wed have no uneasiness when the lad was out with them in (he car, as bbe would leek after him as much as if he were her own child. Mrs. Bull Is described as a very pleasant woman, rather hard te ap proach,, but -quite talkntlvc at times; rather an accomplished pianist, fend of hep home and Strongly opposed te gossip and scandal. Since her mur Wage, eighteen' years age, she had never been known te go away from home without being accompanied by ber bus bahd. Detectives attached te Rldgcwoed police headquarters bolcve the missing persons jire living somewhere in Ncw Yerk City.' "As'sben as Mrs. Bull's money gives out we expect her te return' bald ena of the detectives. "The Ncr Yerk po pe po lice hVft searched hospitals, morgues, the Y." W. 0. A. and ether Institutions in which the missing weinnn might lie. But no clew has, been found. Cesta might cabily be posing as Mrs. Bull's ("son.- He Is a small chap, with hair the same color as benr." DEEP SINKER FIRST Beata Paul Mlceu te Wire In New Orleans Opener New Orleans, Jan. 17. Deep Sinker, at 7 te 1. copped the epnlng ruce here today. Paul Mlceu, paying 4 te 1, rnn second, uud Mar' Maxim finished third. UtST, P-ACB. for maiden thre.yekr-eld. c.nlmlnir. pvmg UOOu. SVi furious, t. np Slnkt-r. 10T. Wilten. 7.1 3-1 S B 'J. l'uul Mlceu, no, rurritr. i.i 7.3 7.10 U. Ury !,xlin. 105, rl)..10-l 4-1 - iiine, 1 vi ','.1, heat-iy ck, iTunence. rrlnt- r' OeH. Hlueli Triwk. Uen.VS IllSJ' ih,H. Ml. HtraltM Shet nnd Kver Held (11..1 .-.i.v, uviaiBiu rldar) aUe run. Mel'y lu. Chrletu Bmttn and CarruUwra ilttn ran. '" 8KCPND JIACK. for our.r-eld nnd up. ward, qUlmlnc. euriwi itAO. kH furlerrit 1. Wllllf We3d. 1QS. BVicrii!. 2.1 4.r'j 3. Jjey HnnU. HSH.UBplVrjt .7.1 W 5lS 2" S5y nn' us. i"ua! S. Thq Kellimn,10l. W W'4-iVn ?3 M th ! , d UUfiH. Pi tin til I ,V. Kinrer. if and Medute -mtnw -., - -. "- . W- . HUNTING HERE HAVANA nPRtll TO line i Maui,, rer thre.y4r-e ds. claim- vf In .pure 1700, 6 furlenm; . 1. Xfra OrutiJr. 101 Kmlti. tr.i t . V '.'. KllMI Vtlt. 101. McL'sti'Vn: iuA ".i ?IA ' "IKtOn, ' Hvrc, 101. Field....,,., T-t B.u .i criinh -it r me. i:qii. inrffu.rt irr.ki. x-aKn . I'ubllthfd DU ExrM B"-4y. , Cepyrlfht. IBM. Aren't Treated Humanly Servant Girls Complain Demestic Servian Problem' Laid, Largely te Lack ej Consideration ' " ' I Peer Quarters and Insuffi cient reed Alse Are Plaints of Workers Thia is the second of a. varies of articles dealing with the problem of the domestic servant. Yesterday, this was presented from the view point of the housewife. Today, the servant's side is given. Tomorrow there will appear observations by a matron widely known in Philadcl 4 . . phta society and an expert vi, domestic economy. Wlmfc In Mm nltJtiide of the Krvants bMSffin orILiUrreau,1roCnine?r,atfraof! gn.ndeirUnrklnCgiSterc(iitl0D8 1 " "I'm net saying we're per.cct, mind," I said a cook who was sccKing u position at nn employment office nt 230 Seuth Twentieth street, "but I de think that we have it very hard sometimes. wny, in some ueimea n ti mu narn thing te get enough te eat! The est rnlelrf.j lun't cnrpflll wltll llLT llUVltlL'. and she uever pay3 much uttcutlen te,,,t .. .... 1 . Aft.... .line'. t..M. tii i,lt,.inri nnvliew. Often tlicre isn't enough left ever from the meals for the sun ants te eat. , Suggestions Arc nmrmcu , "And then they're that-snrcaMneb Ic , about it if you ruy anything. 'Ueu t make suggestions te me in ray own i j.v mil i te enli-r if shr'b , heiiM',' sue says it you uhk uer i erier u little mere se mere win ec cueu go around. "Ami the cook Efts it worse ixpetcd te cook for the ether sm ants, DCCUUSU Uley UIUIUC ll. "U U' l aim ui.iu.-v. her of holding out their feed en them. I And what's the result? , "There Is a grand row in the sen- i ants' pantry, and the missus conies iu , mail as n hornet and fires everybody . Then, she complains because rhe has ee much trouble with her help." "And that ain't nil," hlmcd in an other, sitting near by. "Loek ut the rooms jeu have te sleep in, little cubby- Centlnnrd en rmre lUvrn. Column One I TRAIN UIMPSJRACK Ne One Injured In Accident Near Reading Terminal u iriiiFi iin i in i t i n hi : iii'ini A suburban train du nt the Jtcntl- ..." ,n"'..i "UV .MtV..iA '.-i;;i, . L.car tried te step, but cuu!d net." ! , ..(....,.., --T..-- .-... . .r. j morning went off the tracks less tluiu n hundred yards outside of the trn'.n- 3JflJuDO''.,W.1H .Injured, tllntigh Jhere wa'v much etcltcrdf nt ainen the WeWrt pansengcrs, ruest of tilem bound fOr tile city 111 shopping expeditions. Many rushed for tne doers when the Imln left the tracks, but cooler passengers kept them fro jumping. Tht trnln came te n step after it had bumped along the tics for about fifty feet. 'J he train left the trnctts en 11 cress ever switch, se that It wns stiewn ever I ....,Vn1 IrnM-i nt ,. r,.flv l,nnn,1l... -V(M fc -. Wfr Wlivv) vi.i tii'v.ltlli ; ituuii 1 BASKETBALL SCORES Lt Salle... ."...15 .Germnnt'n Ace,d.. . . 0 Moorestown Girls 17 "California Indians seeking recompense SANFEASC1SCO, Jan. 1"?. Eight Indlnne, represeutiug the scant 20,000 that remain of their rnce in California, were enreute te Waahingten today te seek fulfillment e premises they contend were made by the government in treaties signed seventy years nge. The Indians declare their tribes were deprived of 7,500,000 acres retained under the treaties and thnt $1,500,000 in goods, "in cluding needles and thimbles" premised for cession of ether lands te the government has net been pnid. additional racing results NEW ORLEANS Second Matches Mary, 112-1, 0-1, 5-2, wen; Gammer Ourton, even, 2-5. 1-5. second; Veiled Colleen, 15-1, 0-1, 3-1, third. Tfme, I'M 1-5. Spinning; Bnrringten, Farewell Taps, Hnppy Buxton', Dnre, Simple Simen, Field Lark, Hillsdale also ran. HAVANA Third Article X, 3-5, 1-3, 1-G. wen; Acesta, 3-1, 2-1, even, second Pacifier. 5-1, 2-1, even, third,. Time, 1 07 2-5. Last Girl, Belle Wrack, Coscerron nnd Nr.visce nlse ran. SHAH OF PERSIA TO TOUR EUROPE WASHINGTON, Jan. 17. The Shah of Pemlri will leave Toherun en January 25 for n six mouths' tour of Europe, according te udviccs received today by the State Department. The mesange from Charge Engert, at Teheran, failed te assign any reason for the Shah's trip. SEVERE 'QUAKE RECORDED gi.i SelBmlC Disturbance Occurs 2500 Miles Seuth of Washington Washington. Junv(f7. (Ily A. P.t An earthquake, described as "very se re nnu e-iimaieu te nave eci urreri'iil tiisiance khw miles south of Wnsii was recorded recorded en the reliuin- orgetewn L'nlv.-Nitv. U. Georuetewn L'nlvi..iiv. I.. i.'.i.. ... 10. e n c '"."'.:. eentlnulnj until nftV l' A. M tednv .... ... . ... ". 18 P. M, yesterday and 110 innoe 01 greamt Inteuslti was recerucu ii luiuutcs after the dl-, turhancd be9aa, ' 1 1 '1 ' IM ANH HOARpiNO TO TIT TOr B;rtrtt8ni Prlc t.' b' "" by PuMle tlgf Company Girls Give Their Side Of Servant Problem "We often don't get enough te eat." , . . "Our mistresses nek tee much work of us." "We ere looked down upon. "It is often bard te collect our pay." , ,, ., "We're Just os much te blnmr. If veu have a wlutien for the servant problem, write te Ibis paper. SIX PERSONS 1ST ; HAS TROLLEYS CRASH Platform Ripped Frem Crowded Eastbound Car at 1 7th and Norris Streets FLYING GLASS CUTS MANYj . . , .... ' ,., ,, . I Sis persons were burtn.l I abe u .ten ethers were hhiiken tip or cut slightly thN ninrninir wlicn te tre:ieys crusnci , Heveiitcvnth and Norris hfc'etM. The . . . ., ., .1... .... a. Anutl.r.l.ml n fr.nf ..lutfnnu of the car eastbound en Norris was ripped away by a couth- bound cat. Walter Hobliiken. 02S North Markee I ,noteriuanvof the Norris rtmet ca waH llUrlpd ,ntf) ,hc brxly .. the, v,.h r)u ant, out Iin,i bruined severely, i epfj, wi10 required iin.puni trt-atmeni - is up a new Dsiance or power in tne vrt.Q Edith Shaw. 1MV.C1 North Thlr-!orient and thnt it is against the spirit slrPf.t. and Foren-u Seltz, 21W North) u"t thore 13 the eest authority for qui-s who required hospital treatment Thirty-third strcrt. Mrs. U. F. Massey. 21":S North Twenty-first ttrect. wasVut and brulttd. 't, aj'""","u "1m.UWOB,tn' L I aIIuVa te . te a Iieaiiitnl. Other,11"' nume w" probably lc used la the passengers en the NOrrls street car were ii tlr(t-nlil treatment by I. Sllpa keff. druggist, Sevc-nteeuth and Norris streets. Geerge Borschell. 200,, North Twen ty. third street, was riding en the front iilutfenii of the Norris street car, but jumped Inside before the collision. j "The c-usli apparently was caused I bv the failure of the airbrake en the I Norris strcrl car." he said. VI noticed the bran.: did net work nt Eighteenth hove recently been In contact with vcr street. As wc approached Seventeenth iwm- ,..,,,. j,,i,, ,. . street Mie southbound car was justs"BS x'" are, 'wndUna his lepers and Uartlu 'The motermnn of the Norris street - - : Thn ste,nnripiitli Klrcr nr ivitH'rtf 1ii t green, near-side variety una rlppca iajpuguuje .iinuier irnun:iin et me wiilduw'wcrermaslH-tl and glass frag ments peppered tbe riders. Several wemin Were cnrrlcd, fainting,- te the drug store, where they were revived. VV'. -?. .v M- rf.'f .Vrfl'". wv.v.Mii Te Greup Skip-Step Hearings The Public Service Commission today announced Intention te lteimi nil sl.-ln. sten cemnlalnts from Philndclnhin mul te dlsnesa of them when argument Is' 1,.n..l V ,!,. .!!.. "ll-l... J.. ill. 41 U VJIj iHUTU liWVI Jf VllUlil t 1UU UUIU win uq iicu oeyn. Friends Central ... 1 1 St. Luke's 11 Hndclenfield Girls. . 8 FIGHTS BRIDGE AUTO TOLLS Litigant Declares 1871 Charter's 81 lence en Subject Bars Collections ScnuitCn, Pa., Jan. 17. Heldinr. that the charter of the Burrctt Bridge TV ."""' '3'. is suent as! , te the collection of tel's freit meter 1 ,ir... ...n.u .....'..' n.,oter- 1.1.1.. -t.,..i... ...... "7... .""' -."' ' iiiuvice uiui irehs nn hr l. ':::,' " " u Z "..;"c. Drl" Pnntnf the Delaware River between i,,, t.,.i- j v ., ..... ' !" """" " "" "iameras, In ' ,K0 wlf n.( iteDert H, Drake or. rue weuniy, m Federal Court her today drvked that nn Injunction be Issued rcriruinni me Br',lJ, pwnel from cel &PQJ&T& EXTRA, as nnrnm rruxrn ri?MW3 i .. . f i '""ft WILSON TO Tf ON PACIFIC PACT Opposed te Four-Power Treaty, but Won't Organize Sen ate Opposition ' i HOLDS PLAN IS OPPOS.ED . TO SPIRIT OF LEAGUE" Fermer President Regards Own Career as in Far Dis tant Past NO LONGER FEELS "CALL" Recent Executive Pictures Him self as Already a Figure in History - By CLINTON W. GILBERT Staff CoiTtienIfnt limine rnbllc Is-itrr ic , ht Pullu Led Cempa .muingmii, uuu. n. ija-j-icbiucui. Wilsen is tnking no pat in the fight upon the four-Power pact, nnd It. Is the belief of the few friends who are In contact with him that he will take na lirt , it. 1It, ,s opr.esed (e tbe treatr .," J " " """ ,.V0"? . ' 0I- th0 3'" that in bis opinion It " s up it new balance of power In the saying that he has net nttemptcd te ,i ,, . ... , .. . ...... contest, sjeme Democrats will probably make what they can of the fact that, he ic .ignlnst the pact. Tbe Itcpubltcans also will probably raise the issue that he Is trying te defeat the pact as the best means of makins votes for It. But Mr. Wilsen is definitely out of public life. Id is difficult te realli I the extent te which this la tme. j in-ianng u msiery et i;is part in the Paris peace negotiations. peace negotiations. Figure of History te Himself. ' " -r. iiseii Wrre dead the enter! . jrjbc ceu'.U net pe conducted With lem NO PAHT IN FIGHI ."f'-qf Merest" en ble part. . Hei. .1 4 Oehjplctclr ;Uetachl I'is. &$&&& w'erb wcre about fceme iene 'um immim himself. The ed passldnii-'ne lewg tf, ll in'thrall him., Te blmwlf he Is already u ffgure of history ever whose, judg ment lie shows no mere actlve concert than a man does In blc mvn rntfnnh V. mm nttnii i. .u. ., " "" w "l""ul "" OB- tnehmenf. Perhaps he is trying te spare blm-clf. as ilck njen often de, nnd feels "the necessity of avoiding the emotion aroused by living ever again his, great bglit. Perhaps h,has merely bowejl.toy bewejl.toy bowejl.tey tbo force of the' bkiw whleh-hw -fatten upon him, accepts it and all its ceu-N frequences, ' Perhaps he is merely living up te a theory of what an cx-Prcsidcnt should de. Perhaps it is a combination of 'all these three influences. But there hc.ia, unquestionably as impersonal In bill nttitude toward what has happened and what is happening ns be wus once per sunal, excessively personal. Sliline'sti Has Changed Him) Te these who nre aware of Ahe life Mr. Wilsen new lends, his Indifference te what is sold or written about hfra self, It is Impossible te believe thnfjie will ever make another light. He ba uiideubted'y been a much; sicker man than the public has been led te believe. He Is today a much weaker man thAn Is commonly supposed. And sickness has done for him what tlckncss, incurable tlckness, se 'Often does for men, make a complete break between his present and his past,, The ego se much ever -emphasised in the Mr. Wilsen of two or three ycarsag6 'j has net been continuous. One might al- most say that Wilsen, the President, '4 exists only in the third person for . m Wilsen, the sick man, and etf-Presldenr, V1 He is HE net I. "r , Mr. Wilsen Is for the League ei3h M tlens, but I suspect -thatfs for It vSj! Deuk'skk in the creut dcb.-tteiiMWliniyilii iwie v-ivii var, impcrfeoiwtMH,v.ni1 impcrfeeiwtMH,v.ni1 cally. standinc off' anL Ioeki'lr;rMt iiuni iuc Kitsi 'uiaimucc -nuicin nn in. meneu catastrophic- has interposed. '4 As.'Theusri Century Age? There is no longer, the lnvorte;jt'?j .if hla Pirn with the tilt' nf l,j (i jjAS 'n.l.11 V.VAtl.Tltt !.... tl 1I M ..,'- J Kl I.A n.nvu u.uji..teih 4ur unil fUIIH,-- Aftfr It lid lln thi tu-ena rl . a V man luiKiiy tqiui, mc curiU'n cenBtW-T't-i- diets, be rulxht leek at it miiAb m Mr. Wilsen' leeks et what lmpMeW'' two, thn-e, four, five years age. J; It is idle te predict when, n cliuu ' se vast as thls'ls iveticerneil. bnytlisK bout 1.111-KM Iu thnt Mr VllK,t, .411 tu..1 ''Oj . nn linnfl In Ihn fri.Hr If ili.lir Anil If V., f'j i did. it is useless te say that hi. rmlii: -J crcutlv inlluencc it. He bus a few ftriV :?l I lowers In the Senate but they will fra N against tne pact anyway, vur the mtrtt '"art Jhe Democratic Partv ls.ns resaetu q ' from .Mr. Wilsen as Mr. Wilsen 1 f.nin nrpKrnt ilav Immipk. i In general the attitude of the' Dema. cratle Senators will be governed by tMr practical consideration wbcthdr ,or jiet a reslstniu-H te the pact will afford them a geed ii.r-.ue, up te tne present tbern ' ln "et tt fcllEn l,mt tbcy co m ll M "',? '':iu, , n'i"-?(.u . ,t,lu l?1 Ing. TMm split Mveei the He-itibllcai,- .f - ... - ., ing.xne ep.u ireiwryn uie ue-iiiwiraji- .if Knfct nnil West, tlin phnna l.. i-'i- PH' th,e, MPP Meeting ( lxtlnn. all atieril hcenh in rhe n..-. h .".' rri, A ,,..! ...:, ,1 .".j"??1! cruts. The treaties may be made t across me puin 91 tne tiarulnr rniniBiraueu en long an peeslhlB. Tbst nvllL Riiit a,tm cnnfiipkfM. Jm i lh tnwjjuuiir -1 iwrain; wwi .will nruVH.', m ', 'fe; t ' -. r l , i LH ' A 4 ii 1 A! r 6 ;! a,H IS. 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