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HSTF4 f,J. Tin?3,I I ' l-'i ,tt ffi ,'ftj I vat Iff I 1 1 l.tf . BU 1 i jr a I J . ,V i.' li l V f .;, r,l IS- () EVENING PUBLIC LEDER-PIIILADELPJIIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1022 ENGLAND MOURNS Famous Statesman . DEATH OF BRYCE Fermer Ambassador te U. S., Auther and Statesman, Passes Away Unexpectedly SOUGHT AMITY WITH U. S. It titer Associated rrcjs tii'len, .Inn 21! firi'lati nnd of Acini I'nglnnd today mourned the death of YfaeAiiut rir.fr of Drrhment, who. rnr?cI nv-ny at Sidmeutti jic'tnrda.v. Announcement of the death . of the n'ntrd Rtntesmnn. nuthe" nml diplomat was iinrxpprtp ! Weakness of flip hrart intcrrerp In Ills Mines, mid t lie end came fiiddeiili . Washington. .Jnn 2" Viscount Urvce spout a wool; in WnMti5tnn la-t Tilly, hm first vliit te th V lilted States lnre lilM Mx-yenr ambassadorship be tween 1007 and 1!i:5. TIip author of "The Auirrlean Cnmnirmwenlth" wn nwtrdcd a peerage in ISM 1 in reeoRiiI reeeRiiI reeoRiiI tietl of his distinguished serpp in tills country. Wlil'e in VnsliinSten Lord npyre palled upon President llardinp. Seeretnr Hushes and ether friend nf former daj. tnKinc occasion te expres raperiall) at the White llene the cnt cnt Jafnrtien vwfn which lie In eniiiinn with Other Itntlsheis. "rected President " -iwjbh VIM 01 XT ItKYCi; l?u;lisli statesman and author, who died unexpectedly e.tcrtlny at Sid- uiatith, Kncjiiiid Ilardins't enll for the Washington Con Cen fcrenee. l.eid l'.i cc foreshadowed hearty I trltisli support of America' desire te c" the AtiRle-Jupanese alliunce .-crapped. He had himself visited the I'nr I'nft In recent jears and uni con cen vineeit that .!ap.ins atreeitles in t'hina, unless curbed, contained the seeds of cenllict. Harvard,. Princeton. Michigan and California Universities gave Lord Jlrjee desreeif, and lie lield similar hen- ors from virtually every great univer sity of Ktirepc. "If James; llryee is. nut the most widely and profoundly learned man In tlie United Kingdom," said the Lon Len Lon eon Tit -Hits, when .Mr. Hrycc va designated as Ambassador te Washing ton, "wp should like te knew who is his superior. Kven Air. (ilndMone, it li said, wan net mere verntl'e in his knowledge than this 'lanny Scots Scets innn.' " Of Viscount llrjpe it nl'e was snld 'that lie knew Amerlea better than i'iest Americans. A dlpleinalist, man of letters nnd jmb'lelst of world re re t'ewn. h-1 was; se highly regarded In the United States that he seuetlmes was teferred te ns an "UnglN'i Yankee." The characterization was the mere apt in that be was the tir-t l'rltish Ambas sador te this country who lid net bear n title at that tine lie bh plain .Inuir l.ryce. having previously dot lined nn appointment te the pen-ape. Hrvcc. the echelar ami diplomat. nImet completely ovcr.sliadewc I Uryce, the mountain climber, nnd many who knew the famous P.riten best did net knew that his indomitable will and 1 rangv body had conquered the heights of .Mount Ararat a peak lone con sidered one of tlm impossible goals of the mountain climber. Linguist and Translator As' a linguist and translator, tee. he was far above the. avetuge, aim he snekc llucntlv about six languages be sides Ungllsli. anil was nbln te write easily in several of these, tongues. He was constantly acquiring historical facts by use of tills linguistic knowledge. The United States knew him beM ns Ambassador and lecturer and ns author of nn authoritative work en the Amer lean governmental nytcm entitled "Tlie American Commonwealth." This work hns been tited' in schools nnd col leges throughout the country since Its publication. In 1S3S, and lias been re garded by American scholars as one of the foremost works or Its hind, lie revised this work later. Including, criti cism of Tammany rule in New Yerk. .Tames Uryce was born In Belfast, Ireland, en .May It). 18:58, se that at his deatii he was nearly eighty-three years old. but these who saw hlin en his last visit te this country remarked the vigor and energy of the man who had ac complished se much work of value te his own civilization and his own coun try. His father was a Scotchman, the Hew Dr. James Uryce. a Presbyterian minister, but his mother wns nn Irish woman, born in County Antrim. The parentage of his mother and his cany unys in jreianu gave him nn in terest in the Irish question, nnd throughout his life he took an active and sometimes net altogether nrmlemln part in the debates en thnt pressing yiuuii-in. ,, iicn ne was appointed Am bassador te this country it wns noted by William T. Stead, in an article In the American Monthly Heview of Re views, that he was the first "home rule" Ambassador ever sept here ; that he had supported Hedmond nnd the Irish Na Na teonalists: that he had voted against the coercion act, nnd thnt "one of his latest arts ns Chief Secretary was te secure the removal from tiie statute nook of the pence preservation act, which mnde it n pennl offense te enrry arms in Ireland." Politics lured the professor from his, academic haunts and he entered Parlia ment from Tower Hamlets, in. Northeast Londen. He was n reformer, and he' wns nhe an Innovation among his con stituents because he lectured them as a professor nftcr hcy had been nc"'temcd te the hnrangutug of politicians, llut i.tM ..It- .1.Ainid 1iLw1 liltn nnd returned him te the Heuse of Commens until 188-1, when the Itcfenn Bill cut up his district. Then he wns Invited te stnntl for election In Seuth Aberdeen, nnd was repeatedly returned. Ambassador te United Stales He was secretary te' tlie Lord Lieu tennnt of Ireland from UK)." until. 1007, when he was nppelntrd Ambassador te the United States. It wart at thlsr time nn offer of n peer.ige was made te Uryce, but he refused bernuse he pre ferred te reme te this country as "plain James Itryce." In 11 1 he was created first Viscount of Dechment. He took his title from Heehment Hill. Lanark shire, where the Uryce family hud net tled In 10.VJ. Heavy taks were given te Viscount Ilrvce during the war. nnd he wrote and spoke eloquently In interpreting the war ninn of the Allies He was head of the commission which rcwtiled the German ntrecltlcn in Hclgium. nnd later gave the snmc stamp of authen ticity te the ravages of trc Turks. He wns nn early advocate of the Lengue of Nations ns a "higher, nobler Menree Doctrine for the whole world." nnd of the propenl that some Interna tional organisatien should seek, te end wnr. In 18M) he married Kltznbctli Ashton. of Manchester,' whose mother mi tin American. They had no children. TWO SLAYERS EXECUTED Negro Highwayman Who Killed Sharen Hill Man Electrocuted nollefeiitc. Pa.. Jan. 13. (Uy A. P.) Walter A. 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Lewis killed .Tehn Dnlten, of Shnren "' . , ,, Dnlten, who wn the son of DnvliI Dnlten, wn het te dcntfi Vlien held nn by three highwaymen nenr liln home July 7, 11)20. Lewis wns cenvlrtwl of llrftt-ilcgrce murder Mnrch 25, 1021, before Judge Ilntisc, nt Media. Injured Ceaster., Hat Scarlet Piv Norrlstewn, , Pa., Jnn. 23,sjru' Itriicli, cleven-yeareld ilrldeenert .ij1 developed scnrlet fcrer In th0 Mentenm'i erv Hospital. Norrlstewn. whtt ..tf?nii Kelng treatment for n broken 1 ZVl mined In n sledding nccldcnt. "'" M BANG! BANG! Down go men's suits and overcoats! The biggest sale we've ever had I . The biggest cut we've ever made! Yeu can't save less than $15. You're just as apt te save S45. Mere than half a"t.t Rogers Peet clothes the best in the world. 830 Suits: Spring weights. Summer weights. Winter weights. Mixtures. Serges, 219 were $45.00 134 were $50.00 66 were $55.00 197 were $60.00 $30 83 were $65.00 19 were $70.00 95 were $75.00 17 were $80.00 $45 395 Overcoats': Most all arc Winter weights; both staple and fancy fabrics. 47 were $45.00 46 were $50.00 73 were $55.00 33 were $60.00 $35 37 were $65.00 39 were $70.00 41 were $75.00 27 were $80.00 24 were $85.00 28 were $95.00 $50 Ferre & Ce. ma Chestnut Street Juniper Aaentt for Repert Prtt Clethe OK m1sl JMEItt?aaJ1-' I- i if I CSf ftK, 1 r j f I Lemb. eaai M"in 7013 ijrl . -J t . i- , , j.- M