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'Vi' rt't'; r J Rf', fV ' 'IS ' $ ft i A- S W y m l.'.i. WL f v r SIP-: " , ' Mrnecine row BCfr-"Bti i u a ii k 1 1 ft i ill n r ipKAItNINIi VAKt tp I Fcflowers of Seuth Phila. Bess I Split Over Mackey, Kendrick ' and Beldteman ;U . : & BAKER BOOMS BEIDLEMAN, ; I P CjiV. Harry Raker, steretnry of the! fpi ; jsepawican rfnte Cenun'tttv. nnd man- ,,"'' of I4cutaiant Coventer Bcidle V v ua'i boom for (Jovcrner, Is In town J today ta'klng conciliation, but ready i for a fichL Mr. Baker Js "poeh-nooninc 'he, candidacy of Harry A. Mn!;tv. chn r- i t man of the Workmen's Conviensatien , Beard. lie sold when he arrived teda that he regurded the Mackcv agltat en as merely n "feeler" te learn the way t public sentiment is blowing. The Mackey xentlment, ctnnnat ng from the Vare camp, has met with op position en every Mde. Seme of the most astute lender de net believe i Ileldletnan hn ii fhnncn vet tliinV hnt ' Mackey and W. Freelatid Ken-'rlck arc I I Just as hopeless aa gubernatorial poi- ' E ' slbillfes. Mnckev and Ken-lr.ek. beim ly t Vare leaders of equal power and pres- V tfg, there seems a split Imminent In tne rants of tie are followers. Hew- . ' ever, Mackey's flends say that Ken drick will sing small If be Is told te i i ny tne arcs, as he Js an order-man ,, arst and last. Vare Fears Check Episode Mr. Baker herM befnrn lone tn w the Vares ditel both Mackcv una Id i - drlck in favor of Kidlemen Senater Ed, however, is ufruid te tuke up ttie prevent Lieutenant Governer because of the, "$T000 eliwk episode." This Us hung a handicap 11 round Rcidlrman' neck, in the op nlen of the n-tuti Seuth Philadelphia leader, heavy enough te ' make any boom bob under. , The present complicated situhtlen has Drought e pair of former Penrose lleu- . tenants out in a new and Femewhst stellar re'e. "Tem" Cunningham an 1 "Billy" Campbell, men of might In or-' Sanitation politics In Phlinde'pVa. have -tnade their bow In fate affairs In connection wun we povcrnersiiip. liei Ister of WI1' Camnhe I did net con-1 cenl tennv the fact tlmt hn enrt M, Wend "Tem" had enl "-ed the atun.s. nhrre of grentne-s. having calel en.tr.ln" that th" fif tipnr'-n'-lsf" ' if1 ilirA-.nlTlr Trt nav ) Beid'eraan and had n long and Tieidv -.nt mnTlev for ,,, Sesq-t-rmen- NECESSITIES TAX TO PAY conversation with him. .Tut at prs-ln., t.) enable thf Aeidemv nf Flnp'enMIIC flPDnQCn RY MPI I fW ent perhaps until thev git orders te rt nn'' t'" Penn"lvnnln S-hoel ,fDUNUb Urr'UbtU Dl IVltLLUN de etherwise-the.r n'e Pcldlemnn fanx. TmlvMrl.tl Art te begin lmncdntdv c? 1 1, if, Cunnlng'inm an! n-tnictlen of the proposed new bul.d- Possible Sources of Revenue te Be Campbell for Iteidletnan wl'l make the ", nir.n- rVe TnrV-Bir . ,. j n . . . , path of either Mackey or Kendrick a! " , !, I', , lnd,eated en Request of Congress stony one. And If they and tee Vare stick t'"'.1 'r" " lu" "' pr'"""" their present na'tv W1M-5 fAIT VflrfnrA Mr. Ttnkr J.nw mnnv r.v,T' .. iu . iii-anc-Tinia tednv nnd a let of th'nic te t'k nh.mt , He nfcst de much q'He canvin.T en word te the fixater. I" in the Mrv Interim of the h-il -1'..,, Mr. Prl n rha!-mn Ferdne, of the Heuse Ways I n " Xh Mra. Snmkr s IS Ilnisnltnl nt P-ffhtin-t. ,f,f -t i, ,... suggestcl mi-ht re-na n tm'nMicd an ' and Means Committee, rc'te-ntd his i"'den,vnc hc ulsnesed of the nck- for the senatorial nomrn.tlen. he would J """' -J- "': -' ',,f "n 'f . t, ''f Petion te n bonus, hut .tatc. lth at f" u V haVmcreV7TcUPanled her iret n mnl.-rlt- or 2" een n tl. t,.f.. 5Ir- I'f" n ',1 f' '-' "ti"e' of the if n decided unen it should be . ' Re,ent sttcet icwe'er as every" 'eider Is bcV'n.' Mm seP.i.y.'Fa'nn..".!!- Pnrk rmH.m In fur- 'ded through nd.llt.emil taxes After her separation" from Captain In -Ite of the pr.vnit condition of hi-- "-'le the P'onew) fc flien? the The 1 reasury it , n'ain lnbrrctt. New Verk society heard that bea'th. IPsrlwar nn.l in trt. He nJw today w! net in.t 1 wtnl send th(! ,)Calltifui Alice Drexe! had been left Mr. Baker paid Senntm Crew a visit ,f.nli" "V"1 "n t0 lT.u iV" ,;e , H1cX rcc?mm h. . r,n"r hut destitute In Reme and wns only saved net long s-e, and Is of the opinion that"'1""?' 11,,:i,'!l-', ":' h", W tv Ha'l . f revenue for " fln'J' A1." l from physical suffering by leans p. cased tt Is suicidal for a WVr tn run f.- an "em11 cmnete,! m time te heuse, the belief was wpre-scd that : ;n- J d b h frlcnd i -i .-- -i ... i i i nniir nnt aThtt.itii i Hi, mi fnvfiH ur'n uticli neccs'ttlf as r uaTKiriani nrace unra mere i n rcancc : fc $ ,5. be Rble t0 fl!1 " ' r v in kitvu ie mm. r , Tnntrh .Tnfi f nr 1 ttrff -V . " . Jiir iiakcr rai one telc 'e'j "-"-i IWtg- "pessiMIirlrs" with' 'e'lew leader, tewevcr Ife hn :K rr. , nn- n'l p-'led for a call en Mr. Bn-c-v r H. Wnrburten vice chs.1 man of ,n v upnencan .irate leramttM Hiie in'! her nshedatex vant n cen'erence en can- , illdates. It Is in 'ertoed f-v nn nn ) J-Vd.B"t,tn; want te hev v-hnt er.c.1 , i-m. tvi ar and te n MtHc nlcVln - .'.m '.. Mr. Rake- Is rn'r- te w Mr. W-,r- Imrten tcday and tell her that things ,. . ... ' ' eren t non tna' uiv nnr -nere; tM.it "slates" are a tnlnj of another nnd les rlshteeun day: that tve cmVldntcj, when selected, will represent puhllc pn tlmrnt and n"t th desire of the bnfH. After mils Interview, if he tll' f-cl 'have Just received the worst whlnntn Any group of men ever received In the history of this city. Mr. Ritcr has Iettue thlnL nbeut anv candidate " The Voters' Lenrue. threiieh Mr Rlter, denounced the Mackev ca'ilj. dacy as n scheme te Increase the Vare organization's power. V. ...... . .. ii was neiici-iiDie inai me .MackeT boom was cehlly received In the vemen's lienuquarters, ilnlv Mrt. A It, Harmen, tirisldent of the Women's Itepubllcan Club, with heiidinmrter in Jhe rooms of the Vare Cltv Committee, was heard te applaud the Vare leaders' Cijnralgn. Today, therefore, relItlca! lenders SW .? iar7,,lf(W3, nZlh2 ItnLlnlntnS enf'w-',?, '" 111 eJ3?l iuS .iMF 7 ?: "V the week-end with the object of trying ,,, ."," .4 . . ., tf, reiirh either an nzr.-P...en .n 7, Jat or el neree te "ht 7h h.m mer .d ten,, R When thnt u .iJmIY 2I.!i .?' i;tiL.t 1.'.'?, ,fpide,'' kj, ..v... v... u .uii ii uu u slate or else agree 1 e light with ham. .,v.. ... w. .... .vu..-. .....,.,, ,,. Vares, intend te go Seuth te rest up for n. time ln llerlda. Riter's Statement The statemert from Rlter. which brought forth Senater Vares tort renlv 1 CisIttotheGenorV " ' TO -he ParUa; within the area Miggested fil te"amn Mr. ,, &&.nturii Tlh''wth W 3, S SS te ,1 Senater Vare tk a hard crack t-x'n. ft Dr. Ciet .or cxhlMtien purpescH, rved f r six weekj. b.-fere being ent e,gllt Jeilsht ln crirainal news; sixteen proposed north side bulkhead, cti- ' e.lav krener s jury j Antheny Kayser ft at Frnnk M RIter. chairman of the f ,en? '"".'r, of rU "n ,betU ' r"ai1- . "p U;J'' t,h.e rnnk of """" deplore its imbllcatlen ; economic news mated te cost $200,250, pay toward "iV n man is net a'nfe en the side-I Anthenv Knvscr "?? qn..n, s f iMm r.ii ti,. e.n.i i.i -Ides of the Parkway's: drivci from ennk. After the Verdun engagement i, n frrnrttn hv n i tn twn- finun ?!.... n. .,.!. '..i i,11 ! .m."," ,s. "J snie en tne erne-t lAnuieny ivnyser. rii beuth. MhlA la H.b.a ...111 MwnK-.. . VU.b C UCUUlllUl ULllllllU. X llMllllf IiIIL ,TTtr THO VRM lirillL1-11 111 .-in-. IHI!.'! f ,MIAAn Itltl nUTD- TI1M, If.M.I.I MU I . . .1.. JAAi.,nB.. ... 1'hb ,1a 1, f th nk a WheV let ,;f the V ers' I eag ,e Twentieth strict te the credent he- V, irae spent a week In a base hesnital i the short 7nd "by a four te' thirteen fl.feVt ptajec and th fining part Cnf ' Id" f'orener KnMit' when he l at his home" Ile". iltvtnc he intimated, and new thinks less than L fn t! "k"' n sJfat Vl Ut FB,r: "n(1 ,then-, .nppn&,n C ve,c; ial news ,,s cnd four Qn(' if th7 twty-onc-feot project, one ., eruereU 5 at Alten be he d tn the "id sixty-one .-l.ne. '""..'"r.0"" lnew s- Arf. ni VhJ !.:,,; ;;i."sk ( ' .... r.';.,7 . it nnlt- ..fter M ,iu. f':"":,"" " -".'"'i ."""iVJ:.. ev" ?ua,wi up te jiuum ana m AceOKllijg te the testimony. Allun1 "Is narcnt- being Peter and KICinttn Wltn It." unlfl the Siniln, -.-:' .--. V- - .--- v..... u. i kiikkux . . - i - , Olilj -Vlltui. licr MUI ui uic CIUKS n nn nil.lltlnnnl enm rAnnirnil fnr n-ou ,11,-1.,,. n. VII f,-.llf.l. .,.i r-l.-l.. l.-., n ... j .., i ..u nothing Behind him except hs abuse, r iu,i . i , " ' for which I enre nothing. Judging fro n M v fxlli,bl,l"n- ImvlnB tbe Interior thn Inst election lt srems te me the ln 8k"'L,ten. J0"" ani1 l'abl.. for tern- voters mre nothing either nbeut w'mt P- ""bmen pur,e,e, duilng tbe Mr. KIter and the rpt of h V, ,. celebration. L'lV vase$ fellows; r in Kciiaiut aiv nut i cry QraDiiieu.s fc.-.-.JWT tried hard te secure from Cever- $, nor Bpreul the United States senator- TSr Kt i ..i i hi ,u-e Falling in this he will try te seeurt for nis inetia, .' r, jiaesrv. ina governor- sum. it wii no recalled that 10 trie. - - I,, l, .. te secure for his friend, Judge Patter- Een, the mayoralty when Mayer Moere Has nominated. Having fal cd in theee two efforts te Increase his political power he mar still make strenuous cf- U te win the governorship nemlnn- tlen for Mr. Macke. If he hheuld be huccessful In securing this, the chances ure 110 wuum uieu u u.u ,n Hc- VUflllf HIP I1WWIIIIVWI. ill .uu iicl .IIIJIT for a friend, thus adding immeasurably l0.'senter rVare is toe'een-llke snu takes his crt'er from the air around j. LI. n A let Iirv41i tlfF awA Ural.i Um: therefere be nnds no dimculty In fcVinK lnt?Mhe,rrrCAnAMjynw .fln'1 Sla"ft-V M.r7.nH Vnnr.i: n" flTH UMIS.W w --V- J- "" -' " kU menu. Mu wax Wflyer, who some 5.H?'f !?? J 'hose un- iW'ti, Impossible- te make any headway RuiiiiilHsi Governer Sproul's splendid an- pittwent, aenater i'epper, and being, . - , ' n. - . .w t.t t An.u . i,in ...Mt .i.a., fA...t!M te'ii w uiiwe U4U, ll WllUl 1UUUI . Him, utUKMK tne "itnusinsin for ipr VI ier ww In the Vare t .smhn " Jevrihci K ' A i 1 Js T" - Involved in Tragedy ; IP I! V fi f THOMAS S. KYAN American newpapcruuin, held by lie Paris notke In remectlan with his wife' death by poison. A double suicide pact was alleged, iiyan sbnhtvl his threat, but net lalalli- arjr '!mJs WV,fS SS'i it t . PIE URGES STATE AID PLAN FOR FAIR Asks Commonwealth te Bllild Skeleton of Art Build'ngs te Be Used for Exhibits ..,, PARK FAVORED SITE IS v: i-i.t. r-!-- ...u . .i.n ' T-v"-Tn.i "t!, f-,,r.i.- ....i , '" '"'" "- lurmeum ram the Vnre- stick tv Rlie 8u"r("1 " au! fret, professor affiliations it will!" architecture at the Lnlrers'.tv of ln - s - - ;xnYun;n..:"l Park Aee ntien in the Hellevue-Strnt ird. he said thnt tie feun'ntl tin nnl wr' .f t,'"P build'nT" could be erect '"" -- !. "'. i'5- -?''' ?Hl, thel. '1 ',!' ee ntcit in xuc worm ceiu.udiuk , 2 OflO 000 inlml ltant-. enlv t e 'mic 1. an ''K1H," ?" ' and Phi adelph n could h -I. 1 . ... .!. ... .....- .. Al... ...-....- . TuL -t.- ii. i... ..!u.. i 'II Mil II U WU- fit.. HU ir TIUI- I he various pub'le and semi-public iuih'.n;s surrounding I.eirsn Square In, rivn v ,f centi-iictin nr nf w i h r ii i bc ,in'Icr reef br ,!'20- Would Be Avalhilr'c for Exhibits srr'!-.-rt'i'-l ".'' "" ief srauim., weuiu ec iV'xlJ 5 ' V.'r UH.' .1 fn i"nnltlen. . , , ."V t , ' i C' "',,-. "iK."? rV Mc, W-fary an I Mc- nrY Ilnll u-hi h w 1' pnnt.l n fillip .nn. ery Hali, whih w.l' centa.n four en tate tii.diteriiims en the main 1oer. me te s.-nt ltwu perens. nn thcr 1S00 . third 210" an'1 n f "r- 10", nta in addition te the-ie m nunit ui'ilings tlcre will he the Mun cipul nl. ....11.. 1 n .1 . .1.. iue wuiiB uhu ui)er ei iiiesc euiiu- .ngi mav bc appropriately constructed Acdess the plaza en the height of Fal immnt Hid, of ceurwe. .-'l! nnnear the great nrtiniiNcum. which besides housing the collection b'lenrlng te th -It will be of amn'e size te exhibit lU-lIK "IV .lFiri,lU'l UlUll.'lIli: til II1W mi cue weik1- i urt tnat mnj Iji con Jl the wetk- of urt that mnj h con- .iiuuin u, the exlub.ttun from ether cities nnd countries. Dr Oct's plan entcinpntes the construction of uu or- nameiital h iilgc crossing the .Sehuyl- kill en a h.gh levtl d!rectl from the plu'a te the urea en th seuth-ait bunk Imluded 'n the exhil.itiet. giui.nl-. uincii mil ..i. i... .-.. -.i ,i 1....1. " ' ' -.i ' -J'.il uiiii b'Jnk1 of the r!v,"r an'J ""d t0 th" teraperarj brlage in the neighborhood 0 Areh Mrct "pen whlch bul fii" -n ,e crn-tei. but will seieen thr imar. " ...:"" "?:. ""',"'' " ""-. '"1 trmtive .-ontuiien of ra .was bridges buween that en Market stt.,4" '""- raiui ei rai.Hj nriagc h""n ,h!" ou M"rk"t "t.M The -ix-aker pointed out that in dls- (.(isklens et rue ijret site, two of the , imijrUiit ndvaiuuget. have net oeon hitherto gcners.ly rt-ee.-mzed tne comfort and profit ih-rhed from such an exhibition. This rehires, he said, pre- ' .'" fl,r iraiwportaUen en tbe Jirgcst ' Ki-le- I uiiiuu .irvuiiiiiimuiiuiiii .. l.A....,:r..i i. ..il.i it .. . . .j i- f inic ,4 Tiniwim. n-ntHnU." , ...i,ii "in' "" """' "V"'VJ "' -"-. the exhib turn if located ut ruiruieuut nn "" "itt-'iiinty una cheap. v dim- ,.,i tf. th- slte by lessen steumiiis tin ' (re Schmlltill. 'J'he Cret ninn nfferds 1.. ..in..,.., ,..,.- ....t.. ,,... lllllllll- II' fltltll"'niii"ii, ,.1'yu ; Ki ,-m- I,IU- iJn addlt en te ample railway fa. 1 ItinH. tljl. unnrcd Cret bite will gUe unllui- lnJ lmw for tl perijIW e aiitome- hl, ..f) nM tmnimP thut the greatest k1, ou ,.urtu u hjni,raeus t,tb tl.e bl;fK,,4t. 1 ,,,. u,llt lhe ,.lnin;i elhll. blJ,( VVi , tiJKt. , ,Jlghe t et f ,unif iml fflNl. H vlhlte.M something junl.fj aid glM- Its vlMte.f. something t, take- with them te ther hem ether than th recollection of fiTtlgue. ' , . MTp" TDPner: i85 f SUth Ph,,adelPh,a HHjh ASK MUSCLE SHOALS PROBE, Scheel Class en Trip i t-ii,... .1..,. ..k.., ,1 n,.. ...... Senat0 My lnvestlDate Se-Called "Waterpower Trust" . , , ' ,. . wawnngien. uan. . iny A. v.) Investigation by the Senate , of the nc- )Y u.tijiu;i" vuJi .. -iny a, i-, i urmnuiit uf the Muscle Sheula preje t is provided In a, resolution lntredu cd In 1.- k?.M A rl 11 TT Wt NAnaVAia 1IbI.i . m je ewnw mum "'" urr, 01 fliHirtr.a w ' , , . v Mt. narris siu ee weuia eik for consideration of the rese len preb- ably uefere tha end of the EVENING PtfBLlO - NEGROES H ANII-LYNCHING BILL Heuso in Uproar When North ern Member Defends Moasure SOUTHERNERS OPPOSE BILL Wmhlneten, Jan. 2d. A wild acme of disorder wept ever the Heuso of Henrecntntlve for n ceunlc of min ute yesterday afternoon during the cleMng hours of general debate en the AnM tanrhint Bill. The sallfrlcK. for the first time since debate opened in December, were rowded te the doers with Nrgre3. I llopreftentitive Hlwen. of Mi'sMppl. ,.as exeluining rotidltleni in hl p'irt 1 if 'he ceiinlry. lie dndered lrnching. but n d thnt "as long ns black fiends t.t their bands nn white women they pr- going t' hi- tr"!ited that wnv." Hcprchcntatlve Cooper, of Wisconsin, centmed thl ns n support for the mob He chirped Mr. Rlssen with "openly ndvefat'ng mob law." At this the Negroni in the unllerirs forget that applause Is forbidden and turned loose hcartih and long. Several Democratic members Jumped te their feet. IMl-ealls during ''ebate Indicated that proponents of the measure were In a majority, but It In expected that a number of dratl amendments will be offered in an attempt te alter previsions which call for heavy penalties In the vea of fines nnd Imprisonment for per sons participating in bnchlngs und for officials who through negligence fall te prevent them. The bill as It stands also provides that counties In which lynch ings occur must forfeit $10,000 te the famillCH of the victims. Democrats are said te stand virtually ' The Dver nnti-lVnchlr.c bill provides solid in opposition I . - 7 '.'... ifer: First, tive thousand dollars' tine 'any pub Ic official fal.lng t Fiiiteet a mob's victim; second, prison, five 1 years up te life, for any participant in I a mob where a life is lest; third, County wherein ijnehing occur must i fourth, each count through which vie IU 1V1111I O llllilll. .Vf WW, UHUi urn Ilal- oil wuy in ut-uui utuai aii I'Oy victim's family $10,000 Wasli!nten, Jan. 'M. (By A. v. ) ' imposlti"en et tnr.es en tiecessltlen ,nCniis of raising funds fei paymi imposition of tnr.es en tiecessitien as mcnt In Septemhcr. v.mi, niter his eep- visaeie e.v eerrciarj ;"'. ; ."'"oration from Mrs. Alice Drcxel Uar-In-'icuted today at the Treu'iiry in a , ett Wllliam Harrctt was ouestiencd dls, usslen of the bonus quevt-en. The Jn cennectrn wlth n Mace of Mrs. - - ..." . .i, v, i...,,. aIr,, tiorteovsibnr. :: ."" ..V AvA ma K lt ,vn- "'" "Uheugh the T-cnsury wa- under-tool te '.elleve -at tlp ccrami'd ty c-me a most within 4. ... ,! .tncuf the m-eh"lty elnsslfi. atien. t-nsitrDAi nc RfRD UCDH FUWERAL Or WAK ntnU i .Comrades of Harry Andrae North Ma-Sha" st- Were ra.".be.a.re". Funeral -crvlcen vere ue : i. if nu lcrnen for Hn-ry Anil.n- twcnt- ,,,v"n- who ,Ul of being ct" n.- e.. .....! dlt-l Sundnv from the eiTer ts , KPil In 1017.III Yerdlln Tim ffini-T-.l Wfllt hlll from the TinnC of hi nn.ents. .".010 Neith Marshall1 H X nii'iiner ei ierniprpf.rtii-r niwi.fe..CBn QnclB. Willie three den t: four- tttend"d and four of the yeunn man's, .-,des were nnMbenrers Burial was ,.)" In Creenmcunt Cecictn' clmrirn In this country. Iltt'T tne War. . . . 4 (..I 111 .ff.i.,. ..m 1. 1 tnat lie iegiin u ikui m 'iw num um rperiencc. IIIRIST PLEADS NOT GUILTY JURIST PLbAUb wui uuilit , ludge Pierce Formally Denies Con Cen splraey te Obstruct Justice Bosten. Jan. 20. Judge IMward Peter Pierce, of the Superior Court, ....... who waR Indicted last .eemDcr en a ciuirse et ri" 's ' .u-k..i i-". i .ntered a plea or net guiiy yisteniay vl.en nrrilgne.t neiere .1 KiK(. resseniienijE,nlten w68 tbr!atcncd with da- n Superior Court. e uute was set for tructlen today when Arc wiped out five trial. 'shop buildings, entailing a lesi estl- Judge Plerce4 was indicted jointly mated at $200,000 and upward. ith W. Edwin 1 lmer for iilleged Tne bnw! started in the company's cerixnirney te plnce m the possession and garage nnd destroyed fifty automobiles. control of the latter all or a rcalerlty The file isprcad te the befbr shops, tool of th stock of tha Henn M oed s nK,Wp ppe uhep and another shop be- Sen" Cerapnnj. ami the UV.an-Ue-e CewnM y. and thus te deprive the hi-irs of the Mate Edmund A. Weed of "'..,; tn which thev were pntltlcd " " "i," ue.'", prqiriv w,'" "" " """" a. -. mS I t -, at iMa unllll Zil I under bis wll . Shortly hft under his will. , Shortly hfter the Indictment was found Judge Pierce submitted te u sur- eical operation, and ills iit te the c0Urt, which was -eluntnry, was his first appearance in public slnce that time. UPI FARE HEAD SPEAKS .. .. dij., u...j i... n.i..u.. County Clubs II. M. nuiaj, ftteie uemraisimner ei Public Welfare, spoke nt the afternoon I session today of the nnnual meeting of . the Duawuru (Jeuntj Association et a--. rti ue- ,-",;" "!'V T it.'u t I Crnftsmun s Club ut Drexel Hill, Mis. i Rebert C. Drooks preside! and mude nn mlrlreriH. Hhe told nf the 11: tlvltleN ! of the clubs in Delaware County during I the Uat year. cpMlfiRQ TnilR WAQUIMftTfiW StlMIUhb I UUH WAbliir.U I UN , ec .c.l, Dhlhil.liilili Rnu.'Ulnh1 n e'nss of the Seuth Phl'adtlnhla ' "Ich Hchoel for Heys are In Washing 1 ten tedflr. en a visit te points of his- a.,i j.. j A. Z "" . -- .? r "' Professer Frank C. Kleweg, head of Latin department of the school, in nccempanying the party. Tha clash 1 , graduate tebruary . Te Discuss Rotation of Earth Ludwlk Silherstcin will ta'k tonight nt tne rrauK in institute en "An On. tip' ''v.pfrimentln Connection . with 't "en. of tn Carta." LBDOlSI - PHILABEMHArjTHUEBliArY? . a. Call State Police te Guard "ThriccChampien" Eggs Ilnrrlshnrg, Jnn. 0. (By A. I) Extra 8tate police today were an signed te guard the exhibits of the State Farm Products show here as a result of the disappearance dur In the night of two dozen prise winning eggs. A force of police, some in plain clothes, was en duly List night when the eggs, rated tiA "champion, champion eggs" were stolen. The cxtrn guards were called for te protect the thrice "champion" display that remains In competition. FINING SQUIRE THREATENS NEW SCRAP WITH AUTOISTS Yerke Hints at Proseeutlon and J. Berten Weeks Hat Laugh D. Martin Yerketi. "the lining mulre of Mlllbeume," Is peeved at the nctlvl ties of the Keystone Aute O ub directed ngnlnst his methwls of admlnlhtrrlng "jUHtlce." In fact, he may take tin 'nw In his own hand. "If this thine keens nn." said the winlre tv'nv, "I'm celnj te nee If J Morten Weeks nnd the directors of the nute -ltib cannot be ireeeuted for con . .piracy te commit crime." Mr. Weeks In nresldent of the Kt- fctene Aute Club, nud he ald that the Hub It new forming plans which wll "pnt a damper 6n crJics." "We Intend te Uke prompt and vlg vlg rreus nctlen te prevent his centinulnr these outragceuti and unlawful proceed- 'nss. he fai. me squire crny. tint's all: just crazr." nald Mr. Weeks, refcrrlns te Ycrkes' threat te pre-tfeut? the eOiclnls of the nute club. Themun P. Kcefe, secretary of tht dub, 3ald that he bad found tknt the rensensus of opinion in MH'beurnc wns that Snulre Yerkes Is "a menace te the community and should be removed from tffii-e." The Heulre 8 ree'y is that Mr. ICecfc deewi't amount te anything anyway. I I II The towns DarK or ee, wrs the ww DREXEL FORGIVES ALICE, DESERTED BY BARRETT Winning Ways of Her Little Sen Aid Reconciliation Paris. .Tan. 20. Sirs. A'iec Drexel Barrett is at last reconciled with her fnthcr. Jehn H. Drcxel. Sr. The nf nf fectlennte ways of the little son of the former New Yerk beclety girl have helped bring nbeut the reconciliation. Until recently Mr. Drcxel had avoid ed meeting his dau liter i-'nce her tin happy marriage In June. 101!). te Wil liam ITarrttt. soldier of fortune, who gave his address as Washington and fold he had been a cnptnln in the United States Air Service during the war. FJEAR-JOURNALISTS SPLIT ON WHAT NEyVS REALLY IS Pell of Columbia Students Reveals Surprising Diversity of Opinions New Yeth. Jan. 20. (By A. P.) Newspnpcrs nnd what they should pub-1 IkIi hnfn liinir hn n ntlvlA tn thn nman, but n cIsks of budding Jeur- "elifts nt Columbia has reduced the question tn cold figures. One hundred embryo Herace Grvc'cya have passed in tim .iMejtinn nf wlint nw, rwniiv i .1-.. ..-.v e -.- - '---- v , i.-our prefer t0 rca Bcendal, whlle ,1UIU l ttvnntv.nlm. n,A aII.Iau wA i-m tln.l t.t,ti nAnu AK. jretlnnable : twenty-five like nw!. from ten nrc partial te the dramatic tlen ,lt ,he newspaper and net one would wih It deleted; sports aie read -rail l.el nnivnnnnvra nrnmnl. m.MU . I' l--. welfare. M0RSE DRYD0CK PLANT DAMAGED $200,000 BY FIRE Entire Six Blocks en Water Frent Threatened With Destruction New Yerk. Jan. 20. (Hv A. P.I The great plant of the Merue Drydock A IIC KICltk UI.UI Ul ." .mi- wtJUUl., nmJ jtepair Cempanj, occupying the X blocks nleng tne uroekiyn water front between Eric Rasin und Fert Yen ,re 1 1...- fore firemen, summoned by four alarms, succeeded In checking tne named. I The floating drydeck, said te be the . . .. ...I.M a. inrgeM in til worm, ry gut tire but wn, Boen extinguished. The tanker 8. M. Spalding, from Les Angeles, was In the deck. SOt nriTU COD CV nrrinrn hop, utHin run uA-urnvcn' I tTAHMAii CMNnk Cfnf4 rAHlnAltmn Aa.( rwi niei rieiiwii i-w wwnuwiibi rw cused of Deserting Pest Nancy, Francs, Jan. 20. (By . . ' .. . ... . . i'.)a verdict or guuty, without ex- tenuatinz circumstances, for abandon-1 raent 0f n8 pest In the fare of the . ,ni- he ,i.nth n.n,i.. .nul '""' '""" "' --- '.... """" ,'"'. f! , 7 ... ;&iffVut-ftS In summing up the reurt-martlal trial 0j vilgrain. "We have nothing te de with Vll 1.. .1.. it... uan,... - i-... n diure, the prosecutor. "We knew only vilgrnln the soldier. What I ...'1.1 ....... 1 i. ....mi "-...1.1 nnt ic.iw. In en officer of hu rank l'.0.V..'clu.in,g1n j?,",&x2 .,"""' JUfSnnaeT fe the defense nnneud tvOUnwsi lur vuw ucicuen minuM-VCI thTtil would ask for complete ad ,0 lt"? " milttal or death. The ceurt-martlal's' ?n,i J. 2LiU? '?; ?.t lh? mlnc tnl or death. The ceurt-martlal's ",e " '"i"' -ir, . j. ine mini 'ffl Sec'ted terreri'tflr-rwlnir. sent out yesterday ver night. Man's Feet Cut Off Nemar Oreen, sixtv-ene. years old. a Negro, of 1703 Miller street, Camden. was strucK ey a treney car at Tenth and Van Heek streets, Camden, this mnrntnn- and his left feet was severed. PhyIclans at Coeiwr Hospital believe he has a iracturea skuu, v 26 Delew In Clinten County Leck Haven, Ta., Jan. 20,-rTwentr- Ax dereea below zero was registered tSurlntf last nlgT r nnrre'l, n the high teountalBeus ui ' CUatea Count. U' i.'vi r,Tr- WITNESS IN ARMY . PROBE LOSES JOB, Discharged Frem Veterans' Bu reau arid Robbed by Legi6n- aries, C. P. Croen Alleges WIRES SENATOR WATSON Hv the A'teclstM lri WasblnHnn. .Tun. 5fl. Divtnrntlnn that he heii been rb' "id HehrTed an. cmiteve of the Veterans' Btirean nfler lestlfvlng In !' Kehhte invetl i gallon of O'esl snldler linn'nts was made bv C'drles P. Oi-een. of Minne apolis. In letters and teVgrnms received ' by Senater Tem Watsen, and reed today te the Investigating Committee. Orepn tlfe'n ml In lilR'niinmunlcStlnna . that en route te hl home "American Legien friends" at C'nclnnatl had ste'en his suitcase containing his army dls chantes, decorations nod ether docu ments. On rcachln- Mlnneane'ln. he charged, hwas Informed bv the Vet erans' Ilureeu office there thnt his serv ice were be longer required. Senater Wntt-en. in prcrnt!ng the charges, said he knew rethln'g of the c'reumstanees and did net contend that ther demanded committee action, but added he would ask Director Ferbes of the bureau for a report. In trying te place Oreen. who hid testified that the bodies of nine sol diers killed by the military police had N:cn ecnt te n hep!tnl at Cliateau Houx France, Chairman IlrHtidegic rcca'led te committee membera that Urcen wns the witness who declared en the fltand thnt General Pershing wnti "n Jlar" nnd that he would rather belong te the I. W. W. than te the American Le Le geon. Three doctors attached te the Cha teau Reux hospital testified yesterd ty there was no truth In Orcen's charges as te the nine bodies. The charge that Colonel Paul SInlene, new stationed nt Camp Hcn nltu, Un., shot and killed n beidier in France becauFe he could net keep up vlth his command was both made nnd denied today. Colonel It. C. Lnngden, of the Army War College, declared that in his service ei mere than two jenr everscan he never heard of an officer sheeting a keliller. WILMINGTON ASKS U. S. AID TO HARBOR PROJECT General Beach's Improvement Plans Urged en Heuse Committee Washington, Jnn. 20. The Heuse Rivers and Harbers Coram. ttee was urged today by a delegation of citizens of Wilmington, Del., te approve steps taken for en arglng the harbor facilities In accordance with recommendations by Majer General Lansing II. Reach, chief of engineers of the War Department. Wilm ngteu, the committee uus told, has already agreed te spend 82,500,000 en the ireject, before the Federal Gov ernment has p tinned te upend anything. Tne city has taken the unusual steps, according te the delegation, en starting the work under contract. W. A. Kpeakmnn. president of the Heard of Harber Commissioners, ami head of the delegation, wild the im provement looked te enlargement of the facilities of the De.awarc River dlstr.ct from an economic ctnndpelnt. Charles Warner and Jeseph Bancroft, the ether harbor commissioners, Wil liam H. Hcii.d, of the Advisory Beard, and Awistiint S'-crUary J. A. Crethcrs, ei the Harber Beard, also attended the hearing. General licacu rccemmenuca an up pruprlatluti by the United States of , .... -.,. ,, - ., .. ,, ik.u,uw. J.ue uevernmuni weuiu ten-i trut-t n new seutli jetty nnd necessary dolphins and remove the aid south jetty, It would dredge nn entrance cnnnl twiMitv.flvn feet deen nt mean low water and 400 feet wide, together with n Kn.ln nt lll IMW .lentll. OXtlTllinC ,n-aMnn, tn thn f.lViiltll fatinl nt un estlrauted cost of S030.000 for con - strnctien and SIK5.WMI te Sb.eyu nil- sec-'nually for maintenance, "provided the' city of Wl.mlngten or ether local- agency will furnish evidence Kattsfnc-- maintenance abeve $10,0000. SEES ANTI-MEXICAN PLOT Congreso Asked te Probe Alleged Propaganda by Oil Men H'rhln.Tten, Jan. 20. (Ry A. P.) Congftwlenn! Investigation of chargert that ln "extensive campaign of propn prepn ganl" has been waged Ixjth in the I'niteil States and Mexico "by agents I I nnu repre-cntat'ves et ceitnni Amer iniiii nil .i.tdrnuta" frtr ihft. i.MiMMtur. nf hi wii - .h bv i.ai 1'u f ifr'V S' "Uif-crrvuti Mexico by the today I Represent: 50 $1,600,000 Ohlcage Blaze Destroys 100 Surface Line Street Cars Chicago, Jan. 20. (Uy A. P.) Fire seriously damaged the Deven ave nue carbsrn of the surface lines early teaay, uwirejeu ivu Birixi cars ami feTCeA fifty families in cottages te the traatn hltnHlv elftrl V(.1llhtrt t7t.,l. ... u .". wuen limy were coup hauled from the barn bv motertruck Gasoline stored In the barn cauncd uuummue i-jiiuaivme. neurns urea roots .n. ? if00 et cea(,s. .Windows In thirty nemes were shattered Uy the heat. . . Second Mine Sweeper Ordered Out t After First One Falls Washington, Jan. 20. (Ry A. P.! -Anether naval initie sweeper, the f-andn'ner. wen nent out by the N'nv-i Department te take In tow and brlu'? Inte pert the nnvn1 fuel shin Arcthuw ' whlch- wlth her WXltr enc' h" bfc .(...nntl.,- Kinc TnefiHilv tn i.i.U ... .. was fered by the gale te put back t. iiunuin. Renerbi te the navy today said thi- rale was abating and Die enact eunn) cutter Carrabatset was en route frnm Charleston te ild the Arethusa. City Treasurer's Repert The report of the City Treasurer for the ween cnaing ieqay touews: lie- celpts. 5107.800.12; payments, ,. 212.13; balance (net Including sinking fund), ?it),riui.i.e. VICrVBTti Of aOPIC. BENEDICT An entire pass e special plcjurea of Peps tlftnaiTlel - nt nest 9 tsee. uv j-anapt - eu. f I uk tin; iircwiii Kuvt-rumcnt ei "i"'-i .iintiiiii-iii va ut-u .it ever ci"Mni .: ,r ; r ."'."' '""'i-"" tiiuax. un jan 211, 1022. Klil ii nnd preventing lu recognition , while hreinen had te carry Dr. ' "",l '"I .,""' " ; V. , "0"' tM n,,fT- 'Tll;A,S . PT2S" ,n "duy evenir; . Jan United States" was ealksl for ;.liiim.T.i.an from a sck bed (e nn n.n- H9" ' 1" ,,,t1' ' "? '" rhurrt. iT.wn7,i"ehn:u Vr'Sfc Se45hChUn".u n resolution introduced bv 1 bulunc nnd rewued Mr?. P. S. Wll-en. hVMttcentli 1 and Spruce Btreets. Inter- W put ad, liriiaV interment rsaud!y. atlvc Connally, of Texas, "wife of a New Yeik civil en necr, who " ?," l . Jtl "i"""" in 'in , ifnvu'n7 3 ln odd l'cll0,vs Cimet.n-. " n,is UIiiw,-rmis lrein wnel.t . r I' iri 1 u X f IX"'n' KATSEll.-Suddenly. at Ms re.ldenM, 23 P&MIMFQ PI PP PIDP r't Wi'mi,b li(d in mi nimrtment 1 V . "A PrePSS('r, of guic Beuth 11th t . en Jan. 20, 11122. anii!6.s rAMILIfcb hLtfc PIRE ullev0 tlu. z-rnmcimfm "J. m7,v f "" ,inrh',cV?P' '" tl,p Weinan'a College IIes- "L '! of. Mary Kay.er. Ann- . ffenerfu mnnaffer or Tne line?;- &!! i,. irrink n& a -jri.M -j Phiiin . ci 1,.,. "!!L !?SW J .l'.5.00-000' . . . In V W U iWWTrSlc. and no.. jr 1 xwu nuiiurcu uiult curs were h&va Jierei!!. 7li mm, read ,! " i-"W " -n" -fP JANUARY H2, .JS2f, T Held for Theft MARIE! IIIGGINS This Data woman Is charged with theft of diamonds from fr.endj nnd with non-payment of hotel nnd taxi bills. Magistrate Rcn.ihsw held ter for court Mile for Every Year, Birthday Custom of Samuel Cavin, Retired Lawyer NOW ON HOMEWARD JAUNT Swinging ever the read from New Castle. Del., with a Jaunty Htride. Samuel K. Cavin. seventy venrs e'd te- lav. H 'Vatlntr lin" thn mtVa nn till. ' rpt'irn let) of his seventy-inlle hike in I twentv-nne hnii-. A1,r:.Vnvln "rived in xcw Castle nt :ii this nn-nin?. thl-tv-even m'nutc late, but "feellnc fine." U nartoek of n breakfast consign? of two boiled I'gg-j. toast, cereal nnd coffee. lie started l-nck at 10-07 feeling iunt n fresh as whpn he ntartcd out a mill utr after last midnight. Ten years age Mr. Cavin. who Is a retired lawvcr living nt 417 Ncrth For Fer tieth street, formed the hublt of wn'k ing a mile for each year en hi? blrth dav. ( Promptly nt one minule after last midnight Cevin hopped from IiIh home perch nnd Jtrede toward the Chester Tike. Pausing only fi minutes out of very he'-r le hiked !irectiv te New Castle. On the way back he planH te step nn h nr nt Wllmln-ten and Chester, reaching hi? bome ubeut 8 o'clock. Mr. Cavin took n trial jnunt Jan unrj 14. nnd between bicakfat-t and dinner time covered the dlMance be tween -his home and Norrlstewn. The next day he walked te Deven and back, and en the day following had himself examined. "I presented myself te the doctor," he aald. "having with rae two ten pound dumbbells, a pair of Indian c'ubs. a. light baseball bat and a baseball. I went through my dally drill at n rapid pace te increase tht heart action." Dr. R. Tnlt M.-Kenzle cave Mr. Cavin a eertillcnte snlnz no reason J able amount of excrcise would harm nira. beventy miles, however, Mr. Cavin isald yesterday, wns enough. He will net attempt te better this distance. L. DRIVER HEI fl FAR DFATH " ' ' U " "UL-t' IWII UL.MIII Gra"d Jury te Pass en Chauffeur Whose Car Ht Man en S dewa k IAN, 70, HIKES 70 MILES IN 21 HOURS f,v,.p Allnn n chnniTf.nr Fifteenth nnd eutli street who dre;. nn nutomibl'e en the sidewalk ..,. .,.,,nK l x iiv -iniii nun vuiid- rt.ti.-i. in- yut4 vwuruiiij ut tne pilU tian htreets January 11 when he j Ih school and thirty j ears age founded swtned onto the sldewn'k te keep from i the bue'ne&s which ha3 tfinre borne his hitting another tunc h no. H h car struck tltril..! r-llflwlAC TlttR.tA .....,.. . I. . . 1 i i --II-0 'tv, kciii -ti l. old, blDiRinggeld street RESCUE TWO FROM FIRE u. . . ., , ... . Harrlsburg Dentist and Unconscious ' Weman Carried te Safety ILvrlshurg. Jan. 20. (Hy A. P.)- FlYl Ifl flirt rli.iiinl nmnna .P Tl i A I ZlinniPrmnn rnln Wf rvv.l V.fnr r.i ' ........ (u-.iHti in 'atuii.ij v-il, llll'i fnCt thut Mr-. AVl'inn In fitKlnntrnelrii. I. . .-. ' " """iii U escape, knocked ipeu n tire der. iroimei niuii her life. 'TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES J'V10Vz'rnm " W N llt Bt and Iul- lie Kttu mnii aeim nrnwn nt. Hmll lle'lil Hbt I'fttnbr.dTn tt.. and Mnrv 1. lien, nil - Urlarna i-t, IWurn A e-teri. H121 11 inhard tt.. and ,,,.Marv Miliuali. ilILl lielnhurd at L,Vm ''v '.??., -:"3"..'-. Verlt ut . and Pcrtha " . n iuin cl llaiinuh Kerr. lint rttt.i Wl'llani J Tv,e , 2S H. dfith tt.. and Dore. tny 11. .-lartm 2! eth et. Jehii V Ilax'er '.-7" Tederal tt., and Jcnr.l-J ' K, Glenn, Darby. Pa. i rrancl" A. 1) egcr 241 Kderat tt., and I bailie I McOrea 232.1 Federal at. Vndrfv. N.arxiit. Phm nitvll'e. Pa., and Car Car oline I'udellnilty. 4B3 11 Mmer at ri'lnard Mel. 30 ie l'.ise at , and Minnie A. Layten 242d S Huh at. Jfineph T Jonm Mdla. Pu.., and Esther II. IfelmeH Med a t i ' Jnlm U Iirtlcr, MM N Dever at , end Uar- barn hi-liutt. 1413 N Der nt. William 1 Cu. nil HI Kltner et. nnl Uninia I.uti-n. 141 llllnir et l)rnt V, Dur Init )lin,)n, V. T., nr.d Veni C (Jiee. Wsahlnsten. D ('. Orcar J Kiiruer 1011 Panama et., end I.lttle M. Klnif, 732 Kut. r t. Eiitrie Carcui a, H1H r tiwater at., and Mar rarnt Heel' a, Hi.12 Dud'ey at. Aaren .Mines I Ret N aid at., and Nettle I ""? . Ar'""9 fA.. "8 stem luuz i-nrKiae ave "ui m. tun et., and Hasie . J k llrewn nt.. nnri r.1ln "?t" ,n5iV82"? i?.mins.V M.anJ Annrt uarn, i u irianni n .neanu u.. unen. ucniae, ra. and mr- ite A 11 Che"rv Wayne ave und Hc.ioei lleuaa lane. Phlla. Ar hur U, V.l". e 2121 rratt at,, and V eia lr" r 4531 Garden Ft. Itehert F ItcVelih, Jr. 5102 Hace at., and 11 rence mci aiwrty 2010 c urcn ane. Leuu K miiwi 0 a irtena, ra and Jean .Crarlea B 'rKevr . 116.1 N 10th at., and Julee II hlKin md. ss rt 26 ti et . und Let- tie Min.r ioae wyeminc aie. .Domen.ce vitte im 020T w.jjur t.. and. r. iuii Wl Ham V Hutl) Wand, 1111 w lxhlh avc. and Kleri IS. Lincoln. 1111 W Luhrich ac v :r 1 . ; ' - "? r. . Dll .VIII1IIOJ .,U I'QII,.,IUU 11 Jmea Ilaftia 1007 Lncuat St., and Diilla Waleh. 1A31 Bummer at. . Hlnheiaa'O. Benak. 816 N, 6th at,, and Uva CraiMi. till Hpewn at. BVed O. Zaberer. BTJ1 N. J Oth at., jfl Dertha II N. JOthat., j InaoVieUnc at. it ina lfrfi rnisrri n 1 ti"i sum nu-enu um. n.'tJ r. uin . . and 1 ft - :i Nationalization of Banks Alse Advised as Step te Eco nomic Independence EXPERTS NATION'S NEED Br the Associated Press raris, Jnn. 20. Nationalization of tha Irish railways and bDnks were among the mtnsures recommended ti the Irish Government In today's debate n the World Congress of the Irish llace, where ways nnd means of hc.plns Irb tunii tn pcnnnmlc Independence were , under discussion. Delegates who Hpekc also Insisted upon the necessity of transforming English -owned industricf of Ireland te distinctly Irish enter prises. Ms Mary MncSwlney. of Cerk, de clared the common citizenship of tin Irish with the Engll provided for in the Angle-Irish treaty weuid hove H be done away with before Ire and could de nnythiitg toward keeping British capital out of Ireland. Themas Hugheu Kelley, of New Yerh, declared all the economic ma chinery cf Irish life was in the lianas of interests antagonistic te Ireland tht: railroads, ports nnd nil means of trana trana trana portatien and that the national trnu trnu weuld be Strang cd until this machines was taken from foreign hands. The eventual return of Irish emi grants te their native home te he'p In building up the country wns tllt-cuRwil. The speakers agreed that Ireland could uee n great many Irishmen who have learned technical trades abroad nnd that she would ultimately be able te utilize much additional farm labor, bringing her agricultural production up te the maximum, which speakers estimated wen'd be three times her own needs In feed. SAY KERN'S BROTHER WAS MAN SENT TO SING SING Friend of Allentown Man In Besch Magneto Case Denies Rumors AMcntewn, Pa., Jnn. 20. Absolute 'lenlnl was made yesterday that Martin K. Kern, of this city, was thrice n pris oner in Sing 8!ng. The allegations of u Sine Sin? record were made In con nection with the Investigation by a Federal Grand Jury in Bosten Inte the alc of the Besch Magneto plant te Mr. Kern by A. Mitchell Palmer, former Alien Property Custodian. II. J. Weldlnger, who has known Mart'n I. Ivcru ull his life, and who has for many years been intimately as sociated with him, raid: "A grave mistake has been made. Mart n H. Kern never was In Hlng Sine. The ninn in Sing S ng wns Cdwatd U. Kern. Jr.. u brother of Martin E. Kern. te )vne went ie unieiu sacrinecs nt the ime In behnlf of his near kin. Unon the expiration of his sentence Edward E. Kern. Jr.. went back te Euiepc." Kern Is president of the Penn Coun ties Trust Company nnd rumors that there is a financial ncarc in Allentown nre untrue. The bank has assets of $2.-100,000 and is absolutely safe nnd bound. Deaths of a Day FREDERICK WASHLAGTLE r. .,..,- ....... . ' lc ucaBer watenman eies a Age of Seventy Prft'lnriclr Wllll'mtl. ii U'otnlime., emp'eyed by the Public LEneEn Cem- puny, died yesterday nt the Pe ylinh-1 Hn-n'tn' nfter n few thvs' illness nc ! was hcwut:' yrrH old, and lived nt 144ft North He'-art street Mr AVnsh'nrl ( hud Wn empTeed' hy the I'tTt-ic Ledukh Company since 11111 II. weu nn ,im. ,i.i ii. .i... iienr the ontmiKe nt (STiO rhestmif utreM " ,l . ".!.'. ''."'"- "" "" i nnd wru. fnm'Hnr Itiin in. mnn nM. 1 1 Ie.vch and visitors. He is sunlvcd bv nieventh today years Iphia. Sephie pub name 1 TT.. Mn.. A .....l..u ..A Y-l- - .. m - vu u iiitiiiurr et i.utige iO. .; Of the Llkn, Inttgritv Ledge, Ne. 1S7. i . nnu .. M.. nni a se of tlie Pittn. 'dolphin Consistory und I.u Lu Temple. URGE IRISH TO TAKE OVER RAILROADS !Tle l miFi-lv K. .. ..i... m m'.'" Mn"! -.. uuaiy ave.. .Narberta. fa- -; ....... ... .. ,.,,.,,, .,!, ,iiui i Kayser, whom he man led twenty-ninel j cars aee. i Dr. Ella B. Everltt runeral services for Dr. Ella R. I-VOritt kilietl in nn automobile nc . I11'31' I Jeseph Cancelmo I Jeseph Cnncelmi. 11 commission mer- I ehnnt, of 1.10 Deck street died last night nt the Preshvterinn Hesr-Pal frnm P eonin'icat'en of diseases. Hu came te America lerty years age from Itulv. . l,l,nl nt T. . I1.1..1 ..1 r,-i . .. . t llltm. iii-i'. u .,,.im in,.,, iiRi.rwAyrKii vhsiai.m The Engagement Ring Quality, Originality Satisfaction J. E.CALDAVELL & Ce. Jewelry - Silver - STATieNrny ClICSINUTAND JUNIPUH StHECTS I i I I I I di Spert Clotfees 1 H 05 y "'-lien in ureae fat Rlvea added beautv te the apert If 1 , H 2LI . WtTe yet can be -verv aure. Indeed, of Dietlnctlen end ill Ii lrT3iy7 "-"""Wtneia Our Quality I) higher than our Price. HI H Zdr , ''i' Suits, made te ardr, $US up Y II rfvP' fi,c rtiim '! .J 1r.....i- i.. i ..,, i 1111 ij " " ''inn -ifiii uM-'irin jrii'itt v "' Itll - w Rebert eiewart, 1501 vyainut t. Ml t. ffl Sporting and Mufti TMera t Breichti Makaf mi t" m ' ! " store, 1ft Eat 4Ttb Sirs! MM tmiiiMiiiiiinMiiimiiw It jf , a, . T m I " "" uj ' .M He Is survive.. by hfs' Widow aftd .r l.l'en -lecph. Jehn, dense Fred Frartk and Mrs. Antheny Tenia. Tiii I'uncral will take place Mbhdny frX his Inte home. KWl Vina street and e'emtt requiem mnss will be ni,i i, St. Donnte's Church, Slxty.fjfth $ ..'nllewhlll streets. ' "' n,J Wllhelmlne Dlttmann Sister Wllhelmlne Dlttmann. Sluf. Superior of the. Maty J. Drcxel E nne me innauc'pnia Aintiierhuuss Deaconesses, died ycste.day at the ri of .eeventy-twe after a short Hlnei She came te this country from German. In 1884 with MX ether Maters te tak rhnrge of nursing In what was then the German Hospital, new the Unkenau Hospital. Twe of the group sK' S ster Wllhe mine, who has no relations living In this country, her bro h having been kl'lcd in the Civil War " She had been In deaconess 'wnrt fifly-twe years nnd became Sister flu. pcrler of the Drexel Heme In 1008 Funeral services will be t-enduefM in the chapel at 2100 Seuth Collet avenue Saturday afternoon. Miss Genevieve Reynolds Chicago, Jan. 20. Miss Ocncvlem Reynolds, wlm for thirty vcars hVS rlnved wfth Rebert B, Mnntell. died the American Hospital yesterday of pneumonia after an illness ofen'ynf hours. Her home was. In New Yerk Miss Reynolds had a brother In CalN c fernla whose name and address are net known. k Miss Reynolds had been en the stae half a lentury. She was one of the leading players In "The Twe Orphans' In the early career of that play, Fer some time she played In the support et Henrietta Cressman it various of Mlii Cressmnn's ret .tdies. She wni n warm crseal friends of Adelaide Nellson and was In Paris with her when 5Hi3 Nellson died, Ab-ut thirty years age Mlra Reynolds Joined Mr. Mantell's com cem pnny nnd with the exception of two or three seasons In stock nud touring companies had been with him ever slnce. Dr. Moere Stevens Atlantic City, Jnn. 20. Dr. Moert Stcvcni. wen'thy shore dentist, died te. day following a brief Illness of two "eeks. He came here eighteen years age from Philadelphia. Dr. .Stevem. who was In his ffftv-thlrd year, was a member of the University liOdge of Mas6ns of Philadelphia nnd ether fra ternal organizations. His widow wna Ada VI glnla Palst. dnu htcr of Jeseph II. Pnlst. formerly prominent in politics in Philadelphia and new Cltv Comp troller of Vcntner City. Burial will be held Saturday in Philadelphia. Mrs. Clark W. Abbett Atlantic City, Jan. 20. Mrs. Are Are bel n Abbett, nlenecr rest Vnt of M-ui Landing, died in her home Tuesday night, after nn IMness of eight weeks. 3he wns in her eightieth year, having been born In Maye Landing January 18, 1843. She wns the wife of C ark W. Abbett, formerly Tnx Cn"cct"r of Hatn. I'ten Township, and mother of AlbcrtO. Vdiett. County Surrogate, nnd Dr Wllmer Abbett, of Atlantic City. Mrs. Alvah M. Clark Plehifleld, N. J Jan. 20. Mrs. Anna M. C. nrk. seventv-.ilne venrs e'd. widow of the 'ate Alvah A. Clark, fn. mer Pnited Stntcs Rcpresen"tlve of emervlll", N. J., died yesterday at the I eme of her daughter. Mrs. Charles A, Reed, l.i P'nlnfie'd. She was born at l.sm'netcn. N. -T.. nnl wns n de scendant of the Rev. Jan?cn Vnderbeek, . .vlie cmu fiem llel anil in 1045. S!i was one of the founders of the Somerset Hospital. Besides her daughter, a brother, Eugenu R. C ark. und n sii- . tt-r. Mrs, Wll iara S. Petter, of Semer vlllc, survive. Dr. Leuis H. Landman New Yerh, Jan. 20. Dr. Leuli R. Lnndmnn. shty-f ur jears old. of Cmi clnnati, nn oculist, who went te Pales- .mm twn csrn no tn nn-n n imi fn- the treatment of trachoma, died jester- "v nt tl.e English -American Ilesnlhil in Caire, Egypt, .t watt announced in a pr'vi'e cable received by members of lin 'ninl'y. He leaves three sons nnd three daughte rs. I)K.TIIH nIFITH Jnn - as. 122. jiMIN IIHIF- FIT"-. sed gs. it lathe ana triends rj nlted te n.ttend (uneral. Batu-d- 2J0 I. Jl.. from lile late leildenee, rrunels a . Amber P. Interrer Hefhm remitsry. Ilu nll, l'a. Krendn muy call CfWa. T te ft P. M. tl "TTOV. Ian !rt et her lata resldrc. "OS 11. Cliveden ave. O rmaniewn I.H.LA nAN'DALI,. wife M Jeiepti llutten. rtinfrt Saturday January 28. Sen Ice and Inter ment prlvnte. hTKVENB. At Atlantic C'tv. N .1 Jn, 26. 1D2'. Dr. MOOHK M. STttVENH. till and nf Ada Virginia Pa at Htev-n Ul. tlveii atfl frlendn. e'.no Unlverlu- l.edire Nc. 010. V and A. M . arj nvlted te sttend tu rural sarvlcfis. Saturday, 1 1 M. at the C mpe' et Andr-w J Jl-xtr & Sen. A-ch ar.J luth et. Intirinccit private. ALTON On Jen. 21. JOltS A.. huitwl of the lata Adda d L. Alten, In h'a 0tti ar. Funeral kcrvlcec. Fr day, a P. M , 322 N. B2d t. Wllllnm U. Hch-Her. Ne. Ill, I', and A. 11 and Park Guards' Alio Alie Alio clatler? Inltd. Interment Kenwood Cm etery. DILIiIS. Jan. 23, EDWAHD. huiband ef Mnry B GUI a. acud 47. nelutlei anJ frlendii are Inv'ted te nttend funeral rv 'cck. Saturday, 2 1', M. precli-ly. at UU interment private ini.u Jan. 23. 1022. anoneB C. hui- band of r.race nriu (ne itnu-n imue) aitd I.adee, Ne, -1-i t . P. and A. it , and all e htr 00c 1 tie of wli eh lie was a member, are In vited te attend funcrn eerv ce, Saturdnr. 2 P. M., at M late re ilence 1 13(1 W. 'l.naa. at. Interment private, Clroentreod Cemetery. Trlenda may call K-ldiv evenlnir. AN ATTRACTIVn POSITION I ep-n for a. yeunir woman who pe penee bmlnei ability, tact nnd ier ier tenality, knowledge of men grn Uy rani Dpftwrltlni.- Initiative and abil ity le ecll. A OH. Udger Office. tVm V ., ; v v v f"-j , vnA'Aaj fVi-Til v ",i. . 'JLZJL k'.t &a H-ti'i 'MM T i(ifniiiiffrii-J: ' ffiM- -rNilir I '