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Hears Start Probe by
MOST ALL ASSETS VANISH i
, Edwin K. Kelin. bend of Hip luol.er.
St firm of IMnln K. Kehu. 1:522 Wnl- .
nut street, which failed Saturday, has '
absconded with large Minis nf money.
nccenllnR te the receiver He U be-
Ilcvcd (e be in Smr I'rnrrolsre
The chnrKe was made tmliiv before
Judge DIcIvIiimmi, in the I nlted Stntes
District Court, when A'-lMnnt PI
, frlct Attorney Run ami IMiiitmd KUIiv,
reprcsentlii,- tlie receivers, appealed mid
informed tlie Court Hint the falluie was
a "glgiinMf finud." Thev appealed tn
Judge Dickinsen te nppelut Immediately
, n special referee in bankrupt! te con
duct an Investigation in nn ondenvei te
mvc something from the r...u.
The Court "i t.tfilinte at'pe.nted
Walter C. Douglas as referee.
Attorney fei tin' ei editors also vie
Ceiled in eliminating r'onrge I' Kehn
son of the broke), a "paner partner.'
from the proceedings Judge l'lol;inen
wan told that he i" n lnlnei, who I"
inlssins Mitli hl-i father, und nothing
could be obtained should he be appre
hended. The t'euit tlnnllv ordered the
name of the boy lemuved irem the pre-(-filings.
Case a "(ilgantle I'raiid"
"Tills ease appears te be one uf a
nsrlea of fraidulent failures recently."'
Mid Mr. kitbv.
"It Is inperative that an invcstlga invcstlga
tlen be star"'d at once te truce valuable
assets of the bankrupt firm which we
understand were hypothecated bv IM
vin H. Kehu shortly before the fniluu
This ease Is a gigantic fraud unl pn iri
dic. Father nnd son. who ran the busi
ness, have absconded, and vvariam
have been Issued for their :trret."
A partial examination of the honks
of the firm disclosing that the ddcr
Kehn had withdraw u large sums of
money just befete the f.Uluie, led loun leun
el for David Phillips, the eqtntv re
ceiver, te hurry a selal investigation
of affairs under the bankruptcy futien.
What disposition the tirm made of
moneys nnd becuritles deposited by cli
ents en accounts, and tuenev p.iiil for
the purchase of t-teck is net nr-certnin-able
It was dpeluied bur tlies- iniit
rem prebabl will be cleared up in the
In the present state of the leeenl-. it
was averred, it is net known wluit dis
position vvas made of stock and securi
ties, nnd it was for compelling Kehn
and his .-en te tell whnt became of these
assets that the "pedal commissioner was
Fear Others Will V.hiMi
The ntlernes declafd nlce t'i i:
Kelin had h.vpe'hecated re.il n ul jn i -
KOnal ns-ets as well as securities and
moneys of the tirm. placing s-emc in
- thp name of his wife
"Father nnd "en liavc absconded."
Mr. Kirbv said, "and there is n posi pesi
Mc likelihood that ether persons v. he
"have received transfers of assets ina.v de
iikevvls". NVe want te have n sieci,il
invcstls.Ulen of the matter vUile thtsc
verhens ire available. s0 that we can
learn -in what majmer and ter -what
r-nsnn these arts were usslgued."
Assets have disappeared mysteriously
in Xcvv Yerk City, accerdins te I!cr-
nard J. IJ"es, the ancillary receiver
appointed bj the New Yerk Stale
"Conditions arc ver.v had here," nid
Mr, Ilees today. "We understand
Kehn nnd his seu nre in or near San
B'ranclsce. We nre deins evcr.v thine
we can te capture them The liabilities
are mere than SKIO.OOO m New Yerk
ajene with few assets, Tlie emplejes
are back S"000 in their s.ilarr.
"Iast Friday nielit some one broke
into the Kehn office, at ."." llreadw.iy
nud stele all the movable furniture ami
typewriter"'. We. nre en the trail of
thete who stele the goods anil will prob
ably recover about 2(100 worth of fur
niture The assets here aie stn.ill n
few dollar" in r.ish. the seat en the
Consolidated K.xchanRe ami some ac
counts receivable "
Restrain Dier Aiictimi
An auction ale of llii) shares of li: -4 t
'N'ew Street (.'orperation stock, belong.
ing te K I) I'lcr i. Ce.. binkiupt
lirekcrs, Hlle Walnut stieet, by Humes
' i& I.eflnml. niiciieneers. at 12 o'clock
today, was retrained by Cnlted States
'3)istrk't Judge Dickinsen today en the
riequcst of Clnrcncv I.eeh. ancillary
JCCelver of the brokerage tirm.
The stock stands In the munc'nf the
(defunct brokers, Mr. Leeh dw'nied, and
a sale at auction new weuhl injure
the creditors. In restraining the auc
tioneers Judge Dickinsen included In
.the order n prevision that .inj person
)iHVinK an interest- in tlie --tnt k nuiv pe pe
.iJtien the Court te vacate ei nietllfy
The rcstia.nmg order
BALDWIN PLANT CUTS TIME
.; TO GIVE SOME WORK TO ALL
Runs Only Twe Days a Week 6000
Te ?ive iiiije work te air uf ihf Win.)
fl'ltn en its payrolls, the Baldwin I.eu,.
motive Works, Breinl and Spring t'iu
'en streets, is npeiatlug en n 'vn-ilay-a-week
The shop empleyes had bun u'.r
Ihice lav- i week, hut a ei d is wne
COIUplettrl if bec.llllr I'lH'essarv eitlui I ,
lliy off many wjrkn.cn ei re line weil, .
The b ; plain ellu ml wh.s.ie j. j, ,
l.lewn en Tuesd.ivs nnd TIiiiimIuv- mi
dnj and night shifts are emplnvi-d n
jhese devs. An nthclal nt the p'nnt 'o 'e
day said the iflues and the dinftn.
looms were operating en full s.beilui'
nnd thct through the snips about llXJti
'men vvsr working eveiv di.v.
The plunt via elns.nl tei in ilav
dqrlng Oiristmn tune beinue of n
ivarclty of order
s' MISS CALDWELL TO WED
Philadelphia Girl te Marry British
Officer In Paris Saturday
MlfiH Nathalie Caldwell, nf this citv,
(laughter of Janus Albeit Caldwell,
Jr., will be married in I'm is Sni'inhn
te Majer Jehn R Boillugten. a Brit
ish eflicer nnd son of Oliver Bodiiigten,
u Parisian law ver.
Miss Caldwell's engagement te Majer
Bodingteu was announced heie last
yepteniber by Miss Caldwell's grand
mother, Mrs. J. Albert Caldwell. Kie
Weuth nigbtecnth strict.
Miss Caldwell has been residing for
i6me years at 10 Rue Octnve lVuillet,
1'assy. Majer Bodingteu was deceruttd
for gallantry iir action in the war.
Thieves Ransack Factory
TJiieven helloed te be searching f.r
Mhlsky or alcohei ranncked the fni
iQty of the Siinr.iy Cempan1 . Im .
iiiaimfaoturers of toilet articles, 510
North Fifth street, early this morning.
-Tlity breke enen boxes nnd cavcs en
Ihft first, second, (bird and fourth
fleer. J i
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.MISS l'K(ifJY TIIAMIK
'Hie Indefatigable Miss Teggy, ,i
btisiiirss woman new :is Vtcll us a
society girl, has added the selling
of Imported (hecses te the punc
iug of perfumes
COLOGNES AND CHEESES
The Energetic Miss Peggy Thayer
Extends Her Activities
. Mi" I'eggv Thaver. who is preini-i
nenT in the affair et sin it'tv '. veunger1
st t. has undertaken te supply l'hilii-
dt'lphiaux of epicurean tntes with Im -
petted Dutih cheeses.
In addition te tier business m per
fume Miss Thaver hns luerenseil her
"stock in trade" by a supply of Hol Hel
It was rumored tint Miss Thaver
, might appeal- en the stage, but she
denied this, saying that she was e,uite
content with her colognes and cheeses.
N. J. REPUBLICANS CHUCKLE.
Senate Refuses Again te Ratify,
Prosecutor for Gloucester County '
rn e again the irony of political
fate keeps (tleucetcr County. New Jer
sey, irem having :i permanent prose-1
Kepuhlii'iut leaders were (buckling
today at the quandary of their Dctno Dctne
cratit opponents ns histeiy lepciltetl
itselt and the State Senate refused In
ratity the (iovernei's appointment te
the county emce.
Mere than a week age liovemei IM
'wards named W. T.'l'ei'th, of I'ltiaati.
.te succeed Oscar Uedrnvv, whee term
expired Monday. Senators, most of
whom are Republican, rejet ted the ap
pointment and last night t lie State's
Attorney tieneial nnnied Jeseph 1
I.anigiin, of Trenten, te serve until .in
agreement is reached Republicans be
lieve no candidate will be approved until
n Republican (Joveiner has been elect en
Deuuxrnts were victims of tin snru
hapless situation live years age uhe.i
' William 1". Fielder was tiovemer.
Pieltler appointed Daniel Heckley, a
i Woodbury Democrat, but be vv.is re
1 jected by the Senate. The leunlv vvn
I then served bv n temporary appointee
'until after the clcrtien of (iovernoi (ievernoi (iovernei
Krice. PROTEST SALE OF HOMES
War Veterans May Appeal te Hard
ing for Redress
Brutes' against the action of : iir
I. ncrgency Fleet Corporation In -"Mm
mortgages en house i In
the l.lniwei t
section t n svndicnte will be made bv
a committee, from the William I'.
Reche Rust. 21. Anifiic.i'i Legien,
which left for Washington today ft
see Albert D. l.asker. chairman jf fn"
s-bipiiing R 'iml.
If no redress is obtained tlieie Hie
matter. It Is said, will be laid before
I he cemmittc
includes R I". Phelan.
"i00fl I'assyunk avenue-
Kouin-en. iitTi iTsyuiiK uenin
I. I. Spencer. 2'JJ.i Seuth Seventy
Sen no- IVprter was ndv ised of tlie
-tnatien bv who lest nUht anil his
.110 Is being s.iusht bv the re-lde;it cf
the t e'miniiu.tv.
Salisbury Objects te Having
"Irons" Put en Him
lien t put tie hnuih tiff en me
I'lense don't! I de net wih tn make a
spei tin le of iu v si if premise te walk
alongside nt nor .unl net attempt te
Till fieui iiciiige Rm S.ilisbm v ns
he was "Mi i eiiipnnieii te Rrumi Street
Marien today bv ib teethes. He was
turind ever tu u N'ew Yerk detistlve,
vvihi pini'iibd te Niw erk with the
I.nld.' vvlieic be i vviiited for passing
ii trnudiili-ut i iiei 1; j.,c Ml."0. SulMiurv
wns n leased iiem the t'etinty Prison
n siteir while age after serving a one ene
vear lerin ler lirjinnv He was imme
JAILED FOR POLITENESS
Man Brushed Dirt Off Anether's
Clethes, but Toek $44 as "Tip"
A'beu Dnrnld-nii ,i Negro, !!)'
Vir'li Tliirl v -lllllt'l -fe I, plendeil
guilti In fmi' Judge Mil .rn today te
i ti nn the pere, .nn1 vva eu-
i in ed te net less than ghieeti nmuti's
tmr n. ae than two yeni in the l.ii-tcin
in Jnuunii Hi. at Kleenth nnd Seuth
tiects the deiendn'ir threw eme dir
i ii ii tin ' hulling nf Themn (Jrecly.
ilt'fs Vnith Mns siiie,. and then In "n
gentli iiuinlv iiuiuner wn biuhing it oil
and llp'ilngliiig. while he leek .Ml finm
I Jiee 's pocket
FALLS DEAD AT WORK
Engineer at William
Sellers &. Ce.. Dies in Heart Attack
' James Tiiylei leity -time vents old.
Riilt llipk.i nvi'ilue, i hlef engineer of
the plant of William Seller, & Ce..
teiil uiaiititii' tuiei. Sittiinth and
Iliiinliten strict, died eiuly today of
. heart iliseiise
1 Mr. Ttrvlei get te the (ilant about 7
e'i le k lie vvj- milking the leuiid
of the turiiiiees when he fill dead
END SCHOOL WORK
Peirce Business Classes te Get Cer
Celniiieiii eiii.'irt i'.mti i,es nt t1 e Petri 0
Scheel of Rii-iiu- Administration will
be he'd lemgiit at the Ac ademy of
Music. Di Chii'smnnA Herrick, pres
ident e (iuuid ( nllige, will pieslde,
anil the piitn 1p.1l . ddri'ss will hi made
by Senater Tewtisei.d. of Mi. Iilgan
The class bus U(55 iiiembeii tiirt.v-
iivc of whom lire disabled wnr veterans.
riCTUKKS or rori'.iiKXuuieT
JiJS of Pfxt fiurvfiy'" Piitlie T.rneM Jrfu.
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GITY DEMANDS NEW
Petition Tells Commission Fig-1
urcs in Last Document Were
WRANGLE OVER VALUATION
A petition was tiletl tednv bv Assist
ant City Solicitor Kevenb.tum with
ithe l'tibllc Service Comnilsulen. request
ing it te etder the 1' It T Company
te file a complete repeit showing its
revenues and expenses for Inst jenr
It was pointed out m tue petition
that the report made je"terda) bv the
company was lnndciuitc. because It
g.ve tin figures showing tin monthly'
Tie peiilien points out I.im tue ii)in ii)in
iiusMen lind erdeied the cetnpauv te
liliue in cucct n tarllV Mhedele pre
vidliig for a seven-cent fare, monthly
icpert- of its rei-eipts and epeiiditunv,
nnd te provide better sen lie iir the tid
Among etliir things, the p. titlen
stated : i
"Ter upwaid of a yeai negotiations
have been preci eding between the city
and the lespendent. looking te the ee
(iitien of nn operating agreement fei
the Frankfort! e'evnted railway ami
Hustli-ten surface line.
"The city has indicated te the com
pany n rate of return te the i ity upon
said investment. The company lias of ef
fered for the lii-c live years a sum
, substantially less thun the amount se
specllted, nnd has stated that it .s
unable te im rcise this offer.
"The cltv is informed nnd he'letes
i that the operation of the rate of fan
Ulrccteii by order of your coinmisslen
of October ! l'.UO. is such that since
It has been in eflet t it lias plated the
company in a position te accumulate
surpluses vvlu'ih iiuiM b" devoted te pny
the city n fair letum without undue
deprivation te the emp.niy s stock
holders. "The liry avris the nperts filed by
the company v ith your commission,
month by month since the eidei, have
been insufficient in i haracter ami do de
tail te enable the city or the commission
te anal.v7c properly the disposition bv
the company of its gross operating rev
enue." The value of the P K. T.'s Keed will
and also as "a going Leneern" wns the
subjecLef a lentliy contrevcrsv before
Commissioner Clement. i
CJeerge N. ruller. ceusulliug digincirl
of New Yeik City, 'aid thut 15 per
lent of the inventoried prepeity should j
be added te imr "going (enccrn"
AViun pici.ed )nr ev. plana. urn ns te
hew be reached this figure. Mr. Culler
admitted the 1." per cent was "just
chosen arbitrarily." lie suid it was
the custom of public uttlties te add ap
proximately that amount us "going con
ic rn" value.
Mr. lleseub.ium questioned the Ii
ii.inc.il plan nnd said he expected te
pieve 1." per cent Is unwarranted.
Mr. ruller also contended that tin1
rouselidntiou of the numerous unilei
lying companies into one big company,
rhe 1. K. T., slieulil be considered in
the "going concern" value. Mi. lte- '
scuhautn then declared he hoped re
pievc the se-called "cnnsolitlatien"
value would be a liability instead of a:i
HAI T TRIAI WHPM IIIRYMAM
n .."l "V-.. wi..... -I.
ATTACKS DEATH PENALTY
Chance Remark te Fellow Talesman
Ties Up Murder Case
After ir was discovered today that
one of the talesmen accepted as n
' i,.0r i the trial of Vincent I.nracene.
barged with murder, hail expressed
convictions unfavorable te capital
punishment subsequent te his ac
ceptance, the case was otpened nnd
n new jury otdered bv Judge Ten v.
Simen Oalmnn, n Jtweler, of 1121
North Rlevrnth strcr. cane, the un
usual situation by making the reinnrk
1 tn a fellow iurer. who revealetl it te the
t imirr. The prosecution inuinsiiatilv te-
uianded the right te ih.illinge (Jalnian
and secure his removal as a prejudiced
This motion met with spirited but fu
tile opposition en the part of C. Stuart
Patterson, Jr.. anil Owen Mel.ane. at
torneys for the defense.
Lnracone is charged with the murder
of lletcctlve Jeseph Mctilnn. of the
Second and Christian streets station,
who was shot Octebci .". while i aiding a
gambling house nt SHI I'assyunk avenue.
YERKES, "FINING SQUIRE."
STARTS NEW AUTO CRUSADE
"Your Lights Were Out," Is His
Latest Charge te Drivers
D Martin Verke. the "lining squire"
of Millbourne. sat in !us Alehouse court
again tedny and eh liked tme. against
nearly a score 0f meter m, arrested bv
The offense ilinrged in
ense was running wlilnmt rem liehi
erke aid be has checked speeding In
the borough and that he pi new bent en
having lights lit when meters chug along
the West Chester pike after dusk.
J. A'lan Iledge, ceunsil nr the Key.
stone Automobile Club, represented
club rnemhirs who were i aught in the
squire's net. At hi ilircitiun the de
leiulants paid ilnn nne and costs un
HELD IN WOMAN'S DEATH
Killing in 1919 Mine Fight Recalled
in Deputies' Arraignment
Piltsburgh, .l.in 'J.-, (P.x A I
Tlie h ieiin'
leidel . .Illl in '
mi'ies of t'i
near N item i
was '1'iall 1
nf Cnenv "si'llins, 1 lnl'iir
1 'tule nt miners at llie
.Mii'lii'iiv Steel Ceurnanv
Pi . 11g11st 1'ii, l'lip.i
1 riiiirii.ri 1 our t litre
ud.iy w 1. en .linlge I .iniiuis D. 1 nrnn
ban id nit I'd le bail lu SIi"ihl each
thre iii' 11 ili.njul with the killing.
Tl" b'fi ' d tut, I'd w unl Mannisin,
1) ! liil-i and Jehn ivarseir. were
llll'Hv henffs 1.., j,Mai-d dtitv in the
liliue ii n n 11x111 o'ciiiTee. nru .iirs.
Sillris me .1 .ninii- wen killed The
fiiinmi 'ui found Mis Sellms vmis
-Ie t l 'a 'M'iseir iinknewii." and tie
(land tin' il ,.1111 lind 111 self-dcfi use.
The (eiiipl.iiii iij'ilrt tin- deputv
-liciift- was ininle by James Ontes, a
lc 1 ' 1 .111 011 : I"' n Ineis
6 ORCHESTRA MEN FLOGGED
Ohie Musicians Are Told by Assail-;
ants te Leave Miami i
Miami. Fl.i.. Jnn 'J.'i fR.v A. P.)1
Six tiii'inher et liewmd's "Whlsner-
jus 'chest rn of (ield," of Columbus,
O iNegnies). which has been play -
ing nt n leial hotel, weie taken te the
eutsKlir ei rue tity teiiay, severelv
beaten bv a hand et men and tehl
le leave within twenty -four hours.
The lender e' the en hestnt Inst night
receivnl a te'eiibene (all. iisklnn hlm
te pla ut the new country home of
Mt Sams" At midnight a ear called
for them at the hotel. FIve miles nut
uliln rtliA jtttv if Uiid miHrAinvilml !. ,
-t ntr.nn men and the
I flogging followed
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I his photograph of .Mildred Rer.ildine Heihllt was tahru two years age.
when slie vva seventeen. Miss Kechitt vvas shot Sat unlay by Mrs.
Ost'iir Hosier, vvlm also killed lier buvb.ind. "Jerry" ltechltt was .vn.
Hosier's strnegruplicr. She was hurled this afternoon
MAN SHOT IN RUM HOLD-UP '
IS GIVEN $6500 VERDICT.
Employers of Truckman Assessed
Damages in Camden
A- a lesiilt of the less of an aim,
slut etf last October wl en the whisky -laden
tieiick he vns diiving was held
ui, Themas Kugllsh, Sixth nud Bailey
streets, was today n warded JJti,"OI) dnm
ake againsi Brnest Jenks, of Audubon,
and Antonie L)c Ceurb. of Lewer tilou tileu
testtr. N. J., who employed hlm us
their driver. The cast: was tried before
Judge Lloyd in the Cuimlen Cricillt
The i ruck wns near Magnelia. N. J
when it vvas held nn bv IVrcv Jenes
I Negro new serving a seven-year sen- he stacked en the side of the stieet for
tcuce. Ihigllsli ran, and wash shot ut.iemeval or until warm weather came.
bv Jenes, the charge Mewing off Ills
arm. years age mil found it worked sureeis.
l)e Comb and Jcnka wire tried for I fully. Owjns te his many ether ncflv ncflv
censplrucy in this connection, the lat- i ities. however, he never found time te
ter being convicted lie is new in develop his -clieme, and for this reason
prison. I h"8 turned his Invention ever te the
- ' Bngliu'crs' Society,
TWO OVERSEAS VETERANS tsTR,wPQ Tn . pnMDnc,D
ARE LISTED AS SLACKERS ( STRIVES TO KILL COMPOSER
Draft Beard Put Black Mark en Men'Ch,ca3 Musician. Apparently De-
Who Have Geed War Records
Twe overseas veteran have been
pebted ns sluckcrs by Draft Beard Ne.
III. which had Its headquarters lu the
Belgrade and Clearfield streets police
One is Themas I.. Merris, i :' Ull."
West Summerville nvenue, who enlisted
November 1". 1017, with the Seventy-sii-tli
l'ield Artillery, and after serv
ing nt Fert Slecilm was sent te France.
He fought In the Cluunpngne, Marne,
St. Mililel and Meuse and Argennc of
fensives. Lnter lie served with the
army of occupation, and nfter his dis
charge iu Andernuch. (iermuny, re-enlisted
for one year, and vvas finally dis
charged from Camp Pike en July Hi!.
The ether is Klemen Krjger, for
merly of :?13- Richmond street. Ac
cording te bis brother. Jeseph Kijger.
Kleinens enlisted with the Twenty
eighth Division, wns twice wounded
and wan honorably discharged. Kijger
is new living nt Helemta, N. J.
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Short Skirts AUse Taboo for Pupils
Chicago. Jan. "S -iBi A P. 1
Chicago's Beard of Education tacked
Us ellicinl taboo en the shiinmi dnni e,
jazz music, short knts low neks, joy
riding and (ig.rretn, iin,,v following
nn investigation by Petir A MertenMii,
superintendent of scIkhiIs
Suggestetl alternative ec upatiens
were keeping early lieurs and studying
five nights 11 week
'Ne effort en our p-irt inn counteract
lliesc evils unless the patents realize the
lunger and help us maintain tile stan
dards," Superintendent Merteusm
said. "Extremes in dress arc deplor
able. Mothers should knew that mod
esty and simplicity in high school girls'
costumes nre tlie most healthful mil
uplifting te school ideals "
FLEE HOMES IN FIRE
Three Families Driven Out at, 214 1
Weed Street I
Tin ce families were driven from their
beds by a lire In a tenement house nt
".M4 Weed street hhertly before li o'clock
Vincent Reed, who emipies the sec
ond lloer rear, wa awakened by tlie
smell of smoke. lie awoke the ether
The ether eieiipnut, of tlie house are i
Mr. mid Mis. Samuel lienjaiiiin. their ,
three 'children and Mrs. Benjamin's
mother and father; Mrs Anna Ruhisky
iuu her daughter. Catherine.
The fire was eenlined te the first lluer
and the damage i, -l tlit .
'The occupants weie unable te 1 ct urn
te tin house mid arc staying with
neighbor". llie eugin e the llie rs
., . . , ,
1 21 Beew Zere ln Lycoming County
Wlllbiiiinpert. Pa.. Jan. -." (Ry A.
P.) vv Itn -I uegnes iieievv zero 10
corded at Fiirragtit
il ion nine inn in
r. ... ...11.. . ......1.1.
of this city, Lycoming Ceuntlniis awoke
te lind tednv the coldest of the present
winter. Yesterday's low hunk w'as 'JO,
I which vvns icniiieil Iu vurieus soctlenh,A 'freeman
'of the county. Other low tnnrks today
Included Ainrsli mil, Ifi lit'iew; I' lelil
Htatien, 10: Monleursvlllo, 11, nnd
Trout Ilun, 10. In the city proper from
8 ie 10 lie greec blnir rern wn" recorded.
- i - , t s " . i . -,i
N. Y. MAY TRY EDISON'S
I Machine Scoops Up Snow, Forming
It Inte Bricks '""" " ," .which i m- prisoner nail i-s-
v... v i, t ,t- ,t i , I wiped. '1 his was shown te Benner by
New erk. Jnn. Ji.-d-y A IM I tIll. state's ntteiney and he Identified
A briquetting mnehlnc, invented forty i It. piece by piece. While the police pelice
jiars age bv Themas A. Kdisen. le ' "m" w'ls 'ciUlfyin the clothing. Reddy
solve the prehUm of s,10vv mmeval from I tUK,1lre,"":,.,,,,,."7' l i'lV''
p sitiiwitk lint, l.fwxtt f..f....,1 ..... .
v i -!. ., ) - lv.i 14 Ull IIV M ltd 1 ll
Vmericnii Society of Meclianicnl
Kngiu-Ts for furth"r iVvelennicnl. nnd
may seen he seen en New Yerk's streets,
member ( f the society declare.
The invention calls for tin automotive
l.riipietting machine te run along snow-
"iiirit1 kf rfuttu Liiiir.ii it ii ivm.i ....,t ..B..
xvmivu ''iiM-, i-s. uwjr nil CIIUH illMI I III II
lit out in compressed bleckM which -e ild
Mr. Ldwen tried out his invention
mented, Held After Attack
Chicago. Jan. "."i. (Bv A P i
Raymond Oberndorf, a yeniig musician,
Is held by the police tedu.v neiiding in-
vestignthm of his attempt last night te
bhoet Felix Boievvski, composer and
president of tne Chicago Musical Col
lege. I The young man. believed te luive be
I come demented, mid police that Mr.
iBorewskl should die because of his de
votion te his young wife, u devotion,
Oberndorf insisted, which had caused
I Mr. Borewskl te neglect his iniisli al
I composition nud le slight him.
1 Oberndorf, the police say, called nt
the Borewskl home, and nfter a brief
I conversation fired two shots, narrowly
missing Borewskl and his wife, anil
then bent the composer ever tlie head
with the pistol during a desptrate
GOLFER DIES SAVING CADDIE
Succumbs te Pneumonia After Res-
cuing Bey Frem Lageon
i St. Leuis, Jan. Si. The heroism of
, j. m....t. .. ....if.... ...... i.. i
,V, 'I. llieciv, il lii'ii.i, ,n iiillllL- lllel
usterdny when it was learned he died of
pneumonia he contracted ii'i the result
of his plunge inie the icy waters of
n lugoen in Feicst Park, hole, Janu
nj 8, nnd rescued Dennlil Mann, nln.
years old, a cnddle who ventured en
the thin ice te retrieve golf balls. Rleck
vvas birried yesterday In Chicago.
Bleck died Iut Saturday. Friends
yesterday made his Identity known, ns,
nt the time of the rescue. Bleck left his
nutoinebile, dragged the boy from the
Ificoen nud then denarted without bnhe
recegnised. Three ether golfers care 1
for the boy, who buflcred , linly a ten.-
perary cold as the result of his. plunge
1 1 1. ......... .. 1 (.1 1
Judges Patterson and Sliocmaker te.
day gi anted a Una decree , ei -divorce te
Carl M. 1'eree from Bertls Mno Force.
Court of I otiimen Pleas Ne. ., handed
down the following
UnUcher from Ilaniinh A
Vundemllc- fiem Jehn M
Hulda II Dervli from TubluH II lleruli.
Adelph AimUndpr from '1 1 1 1 J .- Aualander
Chiu Ieh Lsncli from llortirme 1 i mil
Abram Hllverman from l.nu .SlUirman.
Kathnn .M. Hplker from Abraham II
Kithrjn ):. Wllnen from Tsen J vvilsen.
Mary Cant"!! from Mlclurl I'antwii.
runny H uieini'r irem Ainert i: u.
t.illhiii II llomee from Jeinh rfnmce
Dema iieH?ita Htiaw rreiu Aib.it w
Luej D tarr-nter from Iteteit A c.ir-
James .1 Parmll from AmeliR j; rerrcll.
Jtesll..! liliimn fiem ll;iir' It lilnien
Then 11. Uardiier fiem frederlcU li iiurd-
MurrlH nudinan frjin Anni Itudm.in
.Iineph W. Cummlnea fium Kvu I.. Cum
.Sllia I' Tutter from Arnra Tietti
lliirrlet J Leileur Irem Lewis J L-.letir.
i;mni.v Mau Valentine rreiu Jempii Vulon- i.ucw u goon innnv or lire .'Nevvaric pa
"Y.'.i.n.i Seamun from niU.ml.i W Sea. relm''' ld dete.'tlves, but said the
niiiijuiiilii VV Sea
man. . , , , ,.
llariy A I'aueen from lern I l'amen.
ilaiy Hihehaidt from Allmrt .Scliebardt
Marie It. Mai Ien lruin Churlus I. Man
liorelhv Maiy Voice! from Ir'iik T Voiel
Amanda V.. FUclnr from rrtnrl(K H
;; "-;. ifnrrmiiiir from Hmnu I
l.lirilDQlll vj, I JW1 lauu I1UIII uuilll
belli Pearson Freeman Irem t'ranli
.- " "e,""'nlnc ,rem """ !
i - jiutti r. Curry
from Jamea I,, ctirrv
fayler (ram Jehn I,. Tavinr.
KdrM O,.areery from Krenk QreKery.
ltebert fc. Moeller fremT8adi A. iteeller
fj.llle IL AYttw from itfvj ?l vj(Nen
Philadelphia Detective Tells of
Arrest in Lodging Heuso
at New Yerk Trial
ARMS EXPERT TESTIFIES
Special Dispatch te Kvr-nliiv I'ubllc t.tileer
'New Yerk, Jnn. 23. Hew Luther
Neddy, the Negro tdajer of Detectives
Francis,.T. Uuckley nnd Wllllani A. Mil-
ler. vvas captured in n lodging house In
l'hiladclphin, vv told today te the juiy
nt the trial of lleddv before Justice
vvnsservegai in the criminal Drancn ei
the Supreme Court. This dramatic
story, told hi- Pellremnn Charles K.
Itnnnnr. nf 1Miirn,tnlt.iM tw, inmln the '
I actual capture, ant! the exhibition of j
tll.n t. ..lt..fc. ..! t .., t..iA..ll..n .
i in- uiiiii'i-iuvrceii cietiung ei oui'i-iesi
Uuckley, marked the taking of test!- i
, Ueddy is being tried en llie indict-1
incut chaining him, with the minder of
neiccuve lmcKiey. At tlie ( uicnist""
of the present trial he will be tried for
the murder of Detective .Miller.
Just nfter Hemier lin.1 tnkeii the stand
the defendant." threned bis counsel, told
I one, of tlie newspaper men that It wns
net .Magistrate Ames Scott, tue I'liiui
delphln Negro police justice, hut Police
man Benner who took him Inte custody.
Hemier Tells of Capture
llenner testified that en December
-0, the day the .slayer was ni rested,
he vvas ordered te go te the elllcc of
Magistrate Scott. With Scott, two
ether Negroes, and one while nmn, he
went te the three-btery tenement at
litWO Hedman (street. They had learned
that Buddy was nslccp in a room en ths
second iloer. Benner led the way.
Near the sccond-llenr 'landing he mivv ,
the barrel of n revolver pointing mil- I
ward from n partly open deer. This
deer opened up into a loom en the'
right of the hnll. He went intt a
i oein en the opposite side
He saw Bodily through the paitu
opened deer of tills loom sitting en the
'dge of the bed. Befete the Negro win
nunrc of bis nrc-cnee. liunner lull
irc-cnce. nuiiiier tin i
Heddv covered. Buddy looked up. amazed
at the -sight of th
l. .... .,!..,,. i., mm n
II, ll'IVIlfcl) Ml... ...M.b
no attempt te ic.-Ni.
'Well. I am the man.'
lied Bodily snld.
The cimtli-n nskcit nerniissteti te nut
.... i.i. i ii.t.i . i.. ..!...i ii..
en his silees. i ins was iietiivn. m -
! 1 1.. I fn.ni tin. Ii.msn ! IiU slnclt iil-
r... ii. 1...1 .. i , i.i ....i..
icui. iii: jiii 1 1 mi mil itiiii ns citni iiiu.i
i .1,1 ii,i.i i i,,,,...
crs. 11" was hustled Inte a natiel
wagon which vvas waiting outside the
house and taken te the station house
Weman's Clothing I'eiind
I Cnderncath the bed iu Reddy's room.
Benner said, he found tin! woman's
"'; "" "-i i HCiin
inuurtcrs in the City Ilnll. Bhiladelphic
, On (ross-exumiiialien Renner ad- held miitt-rs. which the emigres win
milled that he grubbed the pistol, which entitled te discuss in family sieicey.
wns pointed out of the deer of the! Refeiilng le the illuiitlen in Ireland,
, room opposite that iu which he found i he declined.:
Reddy. "We lm v none only n pint of the
He learned later, he said, that niiead."
man named llenkins had nttcninte.i tn
nr:.h.!!",0 T!1,I:r,,,.1,,.CH?,";,,.,UM, '.''"'DR. EVERITT. AUTO VICTIM,
station, mid te take nil Credit
,.v .......v.i n, Bl-i nuiliiy HI llie )I)1ICC
for the I
"I am a police eflicer nnd net a gal
lery player," Benner nnsvvcred when
asked If he did net seek te make use
of the fact that bn had arrested Reddy
te gain promotion. He admitted. How
ever, that he had been promoted since
Captain .Souder Testifies
Police Captain Alfied J. Souder. in
charge of the Philadelphia detectives,
identified n statement alleged In Imve
been made nud signed by Reddy confess-
ing tin double murder. II
one of the signatures ns that
and another as Ills own.
After considerable opposition en tin
part of counsel fin fhe defene Reddv '
alleged confession wits read te (lie jtny '
by Distiiet Attorney Banten and iie-
opted us evidence when Captain Seuth r
went back en tin stand after the neon '
In this allei;ed confession Beddv tells
et the Incidents lcullns tip te the sheet - !
iug. II" says Ms tcmucr limed up when
the two tletictivcs vveie taking hlm Im
llie stitlen house te question him ie I
i,.inllu' the Rhodes shoeliii";. nnd that ,
he divw his revolver and began firing, i
'! he thoughts of the miinhnudli'ig w hit Ii, I
be s.us, he knew be would luive re- I
(eived hud hi gene te llie- station beu-c
hi unnerved him that he h t his head. !
He had he n 'trilled en previous .lrui-
, Souder. en cioss-examinnlien, testi-
j fied that after his ariet en January ,
' "" sffeit wns made te force Reddy te
''".i ii".' uiiiii; ie inn inn wtiui in say ,
l.verv statement In the ulle-jed con- ., 1 . i. i ,.i,,; "f ii,., '
r .... ,,- .,- veiniHiiiny. '-.euuer ,,,,,,. , . 0 ,,f p ,.,, rl , nrs InWM MJ'-JS
Heinv M Butts evnert en firenrms 1 ' r'""' ' P" "' Miccess,,,-, HKinst ,.rJst) tnrlan rhureh. 171H aril Snrun ill
fer'lheViuue'CrtmZ ? vh't.m "b r Y'V""" , '''i ,i"1"i!1' ," f "'WfiW il,U i&&"jKi
of the iJtillet-pierced oveiceat worn by H"U m"1 i,ls" ,l ''lnr, '" ,l,p bnnU' PATiiH'K J hu.bn.l of tu; i.u Wjjg
the detective en the night of the murder. 1 "ll" - mi. oiieo. le two years for J.'ry Sl , n I. " MJ
showed that Bucklev was in the act nf hi part in the failuie. .' ,X.I 1'. ?imcral in s.aiurtir
... . I . . .. I.. ..,.1. ...... .11. L I ' I 'UII CHII l'lll' "' """II ,'.
dinvvlirg his icvelver fiem 11 lielster '.!''" -"'" " iccever a liaiance 01
whe he was shot down. This was s',,s ' "," four promissory notes given
after Bodily had Hied upon Detective 1 " the hank for leans by Wesley I,.
William A Miller, for whose minder Clayten, wlie, It is contended, lepte
lie 1, te be tried at the conclusion 0f I w'11"'1' ''"bell. who received tlie
the present tilal. 1 nienev
r .1 . i""' '' 1 '"?
?. ? '"' 11 7 .. "" 'IS!'
Butts told the jurors that the position
oveiieat. but also en the inside oral.
'proved that Buckley had difficulty In
...i 1 r. ..i..i ..... f .1... 1. 1 .
iKi'iiniK 111 lusmi (mil 111 me noisier
"e wnpii. he saitl, apparently had
become caught in the folds nf the inside
, W)M ,, p,,,,,,,,,, fm. ,,,,. , ,, ,
1 mrli of one bullet which Reddy 1 d
1 et iU.,
i T.ixliali Cli.itifleiir hneni
Adam i. Adubatu, the clintilTeiir who
dieve the taxlcub which cmried the
young Negro in bin wild (light ncress
I New Jersev, was placed upon llie stand
'when the trial was resumed leduv. lie
, pointed out the defendant ns the num.
.Messed in wnninu k clothes, whom
had driven across tlie State enlv
cause neddy lind threatened te kill
On cress examination by Merti
iiik, sun i i-iiiiiiM-i nu- me siayer.
nieil that lie wiih reluctitnt te lestitv
.... . il.t.... il i..i . i... i. . .. . f
"J-",ti i.i( niigiii ueip neddy s ,,..
fense because be had been threatened In
, tlie Newark liellee
' i'i, ..,.,.'' ,',t,i ,i .. 1 , , ,
i J "p wnes8 denied tliilt he had been
waiiieu ej rne .M-wurli pe ce te
' vervhliiL enusllile i,. in .1
- , . ,J u "" , ,,m 1f)" '" "IJ'IK' the
' teiidaut. lie admitted that he im
. Iii'iither en the N'nuiirlr i,ii r
' ln ' ,' NPW,,rJ peller force Mini
iinni ie:i.ini ,t ji i... I...I.....I 11.. 11
I - ', '" n'ii"ii nediiy iii
get uwuy was hoeiirise In- bad tn. jr
was afraid Reddy would kill hlm. lie
1 said, mil he pointed te the fact that lie
lied from the slayer at the liist emnii .
I. ...lie n,l ,w,llll...l .1... ...... 1 I I' '
iiiuiLj ii.. ii.Jiiiii-ii mc s,uw .icisey nilil
- 1 - 1 Pennsylvania jiolke.
French Cardinals Leave for Reme
Paris, Jan. 'St. (Ry A. P )- t'unli
iinl Dubois, Archbishop of Paris, ninl
Cardluul Liu en, Aichhlshep of Rlielius
left today for Heme te atieml the tu-'
ncral of Pope Ucnedlct nml later the,
cnnelavc. te eleqt his titccefer. ' '
On Way te Heme
Bosten prelate vvlm sailed for Italy
.xCstfTilay iu Jein the Sncird College
in the election of :i I'epc
IRISH LEAGUE DEMANDS
Principal Object Declared by Newly
I'.irls Jan. 'J.'.. (By A. IM-The
Iiiteru.itlenul Irish Lnasuc, organized
'it iv today by the World Cengtcs of
the Irish Race, decided the principal
ibjut nf th league mi, si be te help
Itelnnd gain full Indt pcndeiiie.
After a healed debate the cengiess
dciided te held sicrvt sessions fir the
itigtinl.nlleu of the new .engite. This
lift Ien vvas hotly leiifsted by several
. ,. .
' ii,ucatc . .,. f.it,i mie
1 .1. IIIJIMI, 't ei-miiu'iiii .....
i . . . f
!.if i lie winii.rest of hc ilelezntcs. made
xlporens light for open nieeiiiigs,
, R (1) ,,,.,,,, tlat lhr ,Uestien
IbbbbbbbbbbtbI -X t m,, -&:'. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH
.. ... , ,f .llse.isstmr In i.i.l.lle or ml. I "".""."" .'"" '"",'. ' VI ""."W
.T .,.,- ... ...... -...w ... - --.- linireuneu are irrnouniee irnm th Aii.
i - ,', . ... e ,.. 1 ,
IIUTCP llllll lllliusuv III 11 liiit.i.
Deli-cite Cb'iir.v. of Australia. 'ie
! , .7 ,, . . i -..i,. ..!..,
lated the nivs. I .anion de nlera. wlie
ling, smiled nt the membei of
the piess picsent iluiing the ile.egatc s
nt lick, ns if lie depiecnted this atti
tude, but he indicated lute that he
favored secrecy en the question of trade
Delegate Blown, inning his light
ngnlnst the icereey motion, criticized
the g.Mieral nttitude of tl.c congress,
which he said had been run In n man
ner worthy of i laokweids enmp. Del
(gate Cl.'iirv. in replying, said then
luiil been no faithful press reports (if
the proceedings, net even In the Irish
press. Delegate Ilensini, of lliudferd,
Lng.. reinarlicil unit inese were neuse
I rsurslr-rs -niinnnMll lerrlt.iri
iu Bt bumtu lumunnuw, '-i,;. u ,, M1)rgrstr,(1 lhat there
be liumeiliafe discussii n If there l n
Other Victims of Crash Are Recev- menacn en (icrmany's, eastern frontier.
Funeral services fur Dr. l'lln II.
Fverltt. pieniinent woman p!ivlcliin
mid pr ifosser of ?vnecel.)gy In the
Weman's C0II030 IIesitiil, who wn
kilbsl when her iiutotneblle was struck
by u 'luck M'sterday afternoon at
Tvventv -thiid and 1 lioinpen streets.
will b hii'l it -:.!0 e deck toniermw
nflcinoei in the 'I'cntli
Cbiiiih. Sevc.itcenlb nnd Spruce sticcts
liiieiiiietit will hi nui'le Friday in Dan
ville, Pa., wlure Dr. Fveiltt wns betn
fifty -live ycats nge.
Dr. Fveiltt wns en het way te the
Phrhiilelphli (Ien. rnl Iles'utirl, wIk'tc
the nccitlent oidiiieil. With tier weie
I 1. Marne'lii 1'. V"2l ISO" Spruce
trc"t, ami Dr. Miguel (Icinll. Chinese
si mien' at the Weman' College Hos
pital. Reth were slightly Ir.iutid in
the 1 1 ash.
iir 11" was an ussormie et 1 Jr. irrivm
r.n.rl m the Weuiiin's IMeillcal Cel- I .TAC,OllS.--.lnii 2T
iige deiiiirtinent of yvnecolegy . She is j
11 gindiiale of the celle'ie, 11s is aUe Di . 1
(10111II. who is new taking pest-gradu-ate
wiiik at til" ii'llo'je.
North Penn Receiver Seeks te
cover $7680 en Notes
Suit was bieught in
Conn of Cem-
nien Pli as Ne. 1
today by llie North
Penn I'.ink, In
chat ge of Jehn S
' " "
GAS INCOME BOOSTED
City Gets $3,850,939 Frem Sales T'.ntr. s
... . ,. r. s w
iu u. sj, i, ssuii&uiiicrB
Sal's et "as by the Cnlted (las Im Im Im
proveii'ont Cciu.puiiy uuioiinted te 1.1.
j-IT.-Sti.'Jl') ubii feet lnt year, nc nc
cenllng te tne lopert filed today with
Cltv Comptroller Httdlev . Thin shows
ill Ineivise o'er PJl'll of JOII.lOIi.L'L'O
The cil.v'i shaie in the income from
lli(s(. sulci-, inni hi nt i 11
11 tits en every dellai. tot
li:;ii.l.1, 11 .lyalnst f.'l,7i(),00.:i(l In
The lat iniinier of 10LM bad 11 total
iiilunie of I.HO'JI'v.-iCn cubic feu.
fi 1111 tl pteccd of which the city re.
eeivc.i ?'JiU..li:i. I.'l.
for increasing the importance
of old-fashioned jewelry when
reconstructed in the most mod
ern and artistic forms.
J. E. Caldwell & Ce.
Jewelry Silver Stationery
Chestnut fie Juniper Street
it e p i . i- j m
Council Committee Aprlr'bvej
Ordinances Restricting Traffic!
en FWe Thoroughfares !
nMLL hoehilo drfcfcUtRS
Recommendations for making ccrtnil
streets ene-wnv thoretighfnres. cnltr"
cjicd bv an eloquent dissertation K?
teuncllinnit Ilnll unen the nirtt. v.
tinil upon the pPri jf
lug. frntured today's meet?
icll'sr C'ommltlee en 1'ubli
lug of Council
The proposal le make Twenty. HtJ
street n one-way street from SeulhJ
street te Inlrnieunt nventte, with traf.i
(!, rrnlfitv tinvlt, ft.......... .1, . . li
sl .s -TO. ra.,r.ci..jl,,ii
i i I lusiiiuiinuic tllstrtt
through which it passes des re V,n .
henvy trnlliq be excluded. i
Sneaking In behalf of Indnstrlnli.-i.'
Iu the cuuthcrii section e( tlie cltii'
tniltietllnntl TTnlt nnn.li.,1 11.1- . .'
nnd then in his own behalf spoke feelJl
lugly; of the scodrge of the speed demon
flinty ocierc pleasure." said 5rf
Hnll. "We connet afford le MMrv?
Oilu llrenf f,n. 1 1. A til...lu... .!..' ,"".
"',.,1 , ... vi-urciesM
"And iu Ihut connection," he C0nj
tlnucil warmly. "Council ought iff
pass nn erdlliancc te curb the n.Li
demons. HundrcdH of lives were lest'
last year because of sneedtm. i.'
mobiles. Only lust night an eminent
woman Rtirgeen was killed here In this
city this way. .
"1 never trnvel in an automobile but
that I have te warn the jackass at the
wheel that I'm net going te a fire "
The ordinance wan approved.
Other recommendations for ene-way
streets, were: Rush sttcct from nreail
te Olenwoed irvenuu, eastward; Fifth
and Sixth streets, from Roosevelt boul beul
vin il le Oirard avenue.
Superintendent Mills was urged hr
the committee te revamp the Walnut
street paiklng regulations en a twenty,
four-hour batds, ns many cars parked
there after dark Interfere with the hotel
He nlse was urged te station traffic
policemen nt Eighteenth and 8m.
streets, Bread and Spruce streets, anf
eiuer corners ceiisuiercii nangcreui Ir
the committee. He premised te de m
nu Lnmr na n fn nf flin .... f.
thf iHiitixitieri of the 1 1 iide, tern- hci100i " vw""
POINCARE SENDS DRAFT
OF ALLIANCE REVISION
Said te Propose Unlimited Duration
of Lloyd Geerge Pact
Chicago, .Tnu, 23. A copyright Pri
disunion 10 tne v uieagn Tribune, says:
I'relnier l'elncrite'K draft nf Lis re.
vision of I'rcmieT Ueyd ticerge.'n ah'
linnee. whidi was transmitted taMat
piis Curzon yesterday afternoon, pro
IMrst. The duration nf the nlHawe
will be unlimited instead of for ten
Second. Reciprocity will he sneelf.
Icnlly mciitleued, I'tniicc preipisln; aid
in U11.-111 iiiiiuiji ill case ei nggrC1
Third. The evuet ilcHnlt inn of "Gir-1
'man aggression" is te include nn at-1
! tacit against tlie Allies in the neutr.t' I
i or occupied zones of the Ithlnclanil.
intteail of only nn invasion of French
Frem Injuries I '"'!' "uniinriii coiuecc qmi co-
. illinffl I lull flVit tiulrml lintinnnn hrt l.anih
I v" iiiiii'ii ..iv. ii Jin u wv.1 iisUI IHO 4 tIUl,'l
and IlritisU armies and naval general
im.VVV'T;'", I,rlsl Ta . en Jar. :t US
Can. Relatives nnd friemt In v Itrcl re it-
IVeslii leelnii iu II A M.. from her renlilonce .sua B4.
inni uiu luneriti. in riiiiirnui .ianu..rv ife
".. 'cilffe st. llrlhlel, ta Solemn rmiulrm min
m ii.irn n 1 nun 11 jirmei t'a , 19 a, II
HU.-I uirni ii .iihth q i run ice erinul, n
Me''l.i:.NA6llAN.--At 1'erUnml Jt . lit
'Ml. ItUi. SAllAll. vvMen of Jehn ifcClmt
Cli.lti. IJue nellci' of funirut Mill biv slv(n.
I euni.T.. On Inn .'." ift.'.' I'VrniCIv
i.vuinN. unufiiiicr ei .itiiin r ,.nu umm n
Oilell, BCJ I j our. Ktiimriil en 1'ridiy, it i
.. .. , ' 1 .! I'aiviun 1 dniutiiii,,' luiliKI"U?IT "(
was te pellerni ll't opeiatien. when i.NnrlK'rtli l'n. Inlermeni lirlvuti-
nu. 1. nuiiunnij. 011 jnn .1. i;i.':. it
Seutn 1IIRI1I1111J nve .Mfrlnii l'n Dr. u
AI.VIX lltl.t.. runnral en Ih urn) ay. at 2 SI 1
I' M Iiiti)rlnenl.nrlati
MOOD Jnn a I. ltua. WIM.t.Wt r h.
immi 01 AuRtmiu v neon tnee hhoei ii.
tlfn anil frlcnits sre Invtteil tu allfml fe
rcrai seivice. 1 rinat s r .vi . at mi 1111
tosliterie). "022 N Lambert tt Inwrmeil
tvif at .Solemon
Jacobs JMalllti led
IrlenJs are Invtteil te nttem! funpml iirilcjf.
i-rlilnv. .10 1. .M. lire. elv. ut her till !
iirnce, 3'.'1U N. Uread 8t. Inttrm'vnl AiJitli
' PIlANK. -Jan. '.'2. 1022. KATHrtT.V AT,
wife nf Leuis C rrnnlc anil d.tiinlKer of Kel'"
ami lain Jehn I, VVetrel J "unernt wrvlcw
llnirsdaj. 2 I. M.. parlor" "f W I Phllllti
f is t lOlh st VIpwIiib VVilreil) eietlni
iil"rme.iit iirlvatc. ML Wmnn icrnmn'.
AUHCiTT. -At Main landing N..J.. Ji
21. AIt.ni:LLA. wife of flark V' MWt
1 ami dauihtnr of laU Caplaln Jeph WIlBil
lltelatlvi's and frlenCa Invltfil tn funeril Jirr
.Ices at her Iul3 rldnce, .vUva Mmlri
Prtday adcrnoen 2 o'clock Internum lrli
i:Vrl .ITT.--Su.M-nK en Jan, 2. 1W.
Dr i:LLA n. KVIJIIITT ll-larivei
n till 4 iiuin inn 1,-.--- .
SerliiKinlll bve Helcntn hluh niayj it '
.In lern nt Hi. Msthew s riiurch 10 A, a
s. an A M
Hiji ii.,ii,.ia V.i i",mKrV
IIAHTIIUT. Jan 21. Wit HEIAIISA Ij
IIAHTUIIT. dniiehfr of the 1st" r."l'
nnd wiiiieiinina 1 niisi iiu-irn ."T-"::!
and frlrnds ure tnvltid le nit.'nil runri
jiew J l-ilr .. lien. Aph imt '
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inciitKi- nf K lrr h e ( an '".?
11. I..V.S .'Ill -I "' ' '.I.I.M
nle llamlt en C'li.iPIT
V . urn Invited te tMn I'
... n. nrrvlree. I'lld.is. 2 r H l'!"r"5'
r.tldence of hni latter l.VJil IV'"
Intnrineni hiiieiiv erivHiu .j,
HIMS lliiverferil la "'l'f'''.b'1.fj
eldeid son of l.anrelet and Api. A. Si"
Kunernl service at Hi Andrew7. thiPfiA
f,!i. v I Tliiimany. 2(ltll lllt t 'J
KUI.7, .- ". -". .-
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fi nm IiIm tutu rm firnci. m
10 uvcniy-uvi iienniicial Asite- arleit, nnd nu bin
italed .S:iS,1),. 'of wlili.li he waii a nienibei ar
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