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Iff! I VW- I i ft i ". s air RECOVERING ;PN1 HEAVY STORM Street-CleaninB Forces Get Up-, per Hand en Snow King Despite High Drifts TWO LOST THEIR' LIVES Kunahlne. human muscle and tna- hK: chine nvtiMr - rlen? tfc enM-r , itrail .eet r-n fit nnew today am bbk In tii lilir-t cffirm of renr" than If; trrentr ycir en's a rawnerr la the pgaine ristr'ct "White iir -reather prv'ill tedav leudinc i (" fe-tvast for te"ii'r" The lowest tetnrKrature exprfW ' , light by tec Weathee R.tre.tu i 'IS de. trees. T Washington Weather Bureau warns of unew later In the wek. It was a "JCO.WO i-new." according te Pnbl'c Werk Pl-!or Caven wh rfticiatrd that figure the Knew 30Tal co t. He has 3000 men and ."V truck at work. The ttTDi the Wtrxest wrrwr ' tt thtt .a confronted municipal street cleaning, wh'ch began ere- tfce entire cltr .Tan-jarr 1. Mr. Caven and Chief Dun'ap. of the Highway Burea't. -were d'llghted today ih the geed work nl Ibefr cVan-ep ssjsad. Optn Way te I oetl Supply Deck -"-t. tt m !. 'h radiate radiate radiate foedftuffn for nir'j 4 ! e; l'r, .1 1 !;l,'i la being 'reed of its n,.int! f dreS mew, while nil the north and eUjh rtrcet between 'hMiut atu A street" hav- cars of '.ir.ers h' "-e-r. There two death trem the (rterm. Jnrrh Kemp, a re ia;e f-a'rer 171C Jin"'' s-ree. -!rnt''(l lr.r.i a drag store at Sixty -f.-t and Ra-e tret. late Ssturdar nicht. and d.'! before be c,t, d be g!vn aid He wa exhausted from his str'iggV threurh th drifts. Tf ' t!.r i-rtin fe dl- a rult of ' "terra a R"br; I'&'j fifty-one rears old. r.70." fJeraahtewti nrenne, a pbntirrapher If was ea way bem wtth bl wife after a octal call and '-ellapsed after readier home. He tiei in Oerroan'ewn Hospi tal. Many reas in the . -iirbe are eMll Uecked b drif'e. and Stjta Jerty i tlll anewbjnd Train erTie ou of both Ureirf Street Station ard the Jlesdlnc Terminal, bewercr. In nerma! Hnbarban tr"lley i.ne are inakinr better tier?, and autotaebib that were abandoned in drifts utk beia? reclaicied by ewnern Telegraph and t-lephere rempanies report but li'' da-nase. The I'. It. T jterrlce wa but ili:l.:!y interfered with. Kew acidT!'-. none .w. One re'.' '' l." strra wa the blockade fenr ed at ItemiriS'en read and lAncaster t-.V.'-. Wjnriewoed, where ubeut fiftv a'.tjmebiles and motertmcku and wagon, wn l-d 'jp aw Saturday nirht and m fi' of yesterday. Rlcha'd -I Haim teu. president of the Merlen Tit'- jnd Trut femiaiiy. Ardmon-. '-'ft hit, home she-'ly aftt?r 7 o'clock Sn:"-da right in hu car r. attend a d.nner in thi city. lti.n uing In'l ('. hiOi-kade, nnwrer, he as unable te 1,'et iat, nltiieugh br pcnt four -.ours trying. Many Parties Delated Many etbrs prem.nent in the b'.ii ne. nnd wn'i il life of the city am' hubnrbi were hfld up by thie oieekade wbile en th"ir way te dance.,), dlsL-.ra icd theatn partien. T trtA nhertlv fter rii?htfaU yrhen Bfei Wa lec .'ream wa'sen became rtuff i. 3fvS,'-nWd e of Lancaster pike at Item- . liufte nf tii JI'IVII ,w.. ...a ...- v-". .M ".- - ...,.nn tnfi A n irrnkr rfirnir?:- in I. r,i7...A .. team oteiipei! i:s car. went forward te we if jihuicu atiu "' ni-ceuld e.Ter any an-.ntance. Af'r; tiking erveriti fu'li- ffert u aid tl.e ill, lrlver he i "jine'i e ci mvn ear an; cxnyed te ' irt it 1' neu!d no, budsre. Other uute.itN i-imln; up -rei- te c, f?v around hc c tr.n ehic-e with the result trey, tee. g.t t-tuck in encu hanks. Tl blockade inT-ase'i it. iiz meraentari.y nf'er taa . Ilalph f. Murray, owner of an es tate near tt., wenc, w:iif down te e wbiit usii-tiiiice he teuld offer. He found Mr und Mr A. Atwater Kent. with two young women who arp visit ing them from Pans. France, amens the victims He invited ttuw te bis house te spend the night, which they did. Many Olien Shelter The two visitors are M!wj Ethel m "Luta anil Mies Mari" Hsrjiiv. The . latter vieiig4 te tne e; eanKine tarn- illHL lly or, tiiat name in I'am. which is Zns aspeciaiea wun .1. i'. .lergBi i-e. r.wJ' Other who lived neiir the scene and .tif'.T. rflTeFl.rl tKl uliblr..p 1.1 flu.ln l.r.mei. n the vlctlUl in' lud'-d Dr. Thomai G. .Vfihten aid (ildi-en licj-Ticke Passengrr-, fru-ri tlir'e big Main Mne iioterbuhi!(fc, which v-vr. si" "S'lght, rt'ere rescu'-ij dy F. P. f;rabe.,p, a d' naiac limn '11 iniiiiiir. an- '-.'uptliTi fii of the vari'MH vebiles. after struggling y-7 v,"Vatry te extri -ate their ir,a bines fren. parage man ej nimere. i he eccupan the Itanks. iiband'ind thm, and went off somewhere de tr. pend tie night. hariy je-ter-iaj laeining a ucu.i'ef 3;wrr Menen jin- nr.ti s .me lnbe-ir- under the leae-r-lnp of Captain Jacee I. Denaghj and Serjeant Mm in, 01 it.- pel.ee lert-e. wet.t te -he Merie -in I with snow wievel- remmenrec te free the entangl'd f.ir 'lins tjas .j ii h.. Int. eattpilni nflnrin. a.v .i,i..k l,n.. vr" the read was 'ican-d. Suburbs Isolated U .n t 1 v en ,.? Irera lec' 'u"u ., . rBmU jerresuai wen. K, J0 ntgn that it will req're at least eiSTtwe days te mal'e a i..ave. The,e three northeastern tiuburbn are nrarli isolated. Trelley service from Frankford te these lectiens was lialted by the norm nbeut 4 e'c ecl; Saturday afternoon and net resumed inti late leeterdnv. Hun. dreds of men from Frankford and Pie lower sect n of Tuceny shevi led drifts from fwir te six fet high e!f the trel- ley tracks, te permit two cars te bH'tl the r whj- tliroegti and ejx-n the line. Thin li e i operated b the Tnceny And UrUtel Traction Company and the only snow plow wan In Hindi bnd cer.dl. L ftfeu thut I' could net lie. mured from fh") bnrn, Hetween Tni-nny and W'imi. j'Oiiung it icjuirci almost an hour for trwp trelle) (jinau open ntx feet de Although :JT1C BHSiOC and kept net ceinn xiiq leunnjivutiiii unurone; Had a large fore of men working from Helmearuir,: Junction te ustleten, rleariug the tiucks. iiustifnin an al. JOOHt snowbound - Telephone und light linen ere net Krieusiy damaged by the bierin, but In the, north went secilen late Saturday nil r. . 1 .... iiigni a neuv iecii iinn was mown down nud a number of fuuul'ea were without lleht, ,., A mil? cast ei lorreseaie en the T l . m ... . . rA(1im riifid. fi fjirnifr I nrl; wmifiri was abandoned Saturday afterne-n Aienif ine lean ireiu iuc lUMMeveit JtHII! UOli Briivu.l) liuilliiH'W. iV . aal.l.irttnur MiiHer.l i.eiri.lt fmn Ik. .3ir.l.l'...B t.......','. ...... .-ui,. i ur s te Wear a piimage !u today's MARRIAGE LirPMftPft . " '. u'nii.U h i"..- . ........ 1..1 which did net exist in far t ut all at the seventy-eighth birthday u wool. age. M-ctleii where th'-drfts were ' h-rh "'.""',", -"j". ' "'."';" " ,in. iii money wus aUen Dr Uii.tlesen had been prnct'clng 01. w nmir K't.i. 421 .. letu it., wj eurs old, n IriMiter. .immltted hu IcJde uu ..: . ",UI"-Jr y" ' iii.. i i, ,,... i.otlen t Meln. l. i . it km. Maiirns .20 n ieth .,,, n s,a. nopceniun m revolver InU " s Ul"'- f,)r ''gr te quit medicine in the upper section of lieia- i H'dmeslmrg suffered, the f- ' vu..tw u t . un-i Uuiu k. ". P,J '"',"?.?. ,1 ' r ln.t trifling with this matter .,,,1 for the wnr Ceuntv for fiftv. two ear. He iatien was prcand for it .-!SV -?,! 'VW?!.' "J ... .. K hr.n.. S" R ard Ief he room te ' J"'"' "I . "t1cu ,. .Werm hnd been In 111 health during the last reudh open se that traffic wn "T, 7.a" i, SS,!?,".. - - "au "" ra ' "IH. r.." '. lv""r " r,J . '"'? ,h . will ,f n,,n,n,.. ' i, l,: ,.... ;;r nnd suffered a severe attack of the ietely tied ui Jo-r.e H. I nr .mi.r. fiesi K.nt ,t . nj wltn a nuiiei t'.re'igu nis neu.i. ; ; ' Eirir7. ,, ,. , ... boulevard te Ilrlstel trees were blown Vf l eni..r uu A uth ,t , , !i j.ti.. .. .i... .i.,i-.....i.. ,.i i Maria Paamie, is;n ll'iffman at. uunu, auiiiui, in i ...in. u., ui i-it-uj-- WMUf K ui,h 4h :; r7tli . anl Mai frig passttge fi-e t ratn. I he electric I, I'htuipu U :-' ss.in at. i3wcr and telenhoue linen In thin section ' H.h'- .r3.'."" h.'-' rA ' lr 4fM brMBt of lllft term, Iiccenlllig te kv , nnd Iuri"a (,..e Jerklnti)in. I-a W at r.appena whr, iwj twauMful wemn the hlipn ine I eui t Hi u uif bpiught u u mil f--,l rr. It , ,, , ', , I I I sMPiWiaWk!1 lilireau urn borne by therrl.ris,K A. v. lery ay . ilaratun a . love cne manT ,nai t in aii-ataerblng agaillhl Hie ewic uy xeny VlgllOtU.ilunerai. .inuraaey jjj a. -1, fiew . Ill !4a7aVUaaaana7 Vlrirlnln AlBrvlnnil fleln "'' Hmmlt Haaa-. 2104 W Uuffner I ,iustlen In 'AJIin'i Way." which itarta J which the court today advanced for nr- " rtJene, MM B, Mh at Heh mri lileh .i.I- raBiftii'' ni , 5r, ill,,'l.1"1"8 UiMlMi 1 !.Uwr, awi Mt Vmii ,i , nd WaisMHiy. I'abriury 1, la ta TMl.V V",'i ,; Mnleh V' .r;iuiem maea Ht Menica's i hureli, ie a. I L "'' ' ' Cardinal Dougherty's Ship Delayed by Storm On nearrl the S S. lx Vemlnt, Jan. .10. Stormy weather U being enceunteretl. and It is expected the rnyaje te Havre will laft mere than Mne day, thi making It improb impreb nbV that Cardinal Deiihety. of lbi'adlpbla. and Cardinal Beln, of Quebec, who are en tbclr way te Hene for the conclave, will reach their destination before the election for a new pope ! cenrleted. Yesterday h weather was extreme ly violent, rf'e'lng tte Cardlnela from celebrating mass. The cai .n of Cardinal Deusberty and bis sec retary were fjoeded. BIRTH CONTROL IS UPHELD IN LETTER BY PROF. WITMER Oppoaltlen l Superstition, U. of P. S . . . . - 11 ., li Pay:holegist Tells Meeting Here KranU ii.'lenJ'nent of the birth-con- trel movement uu vnt tedar by Pief. Li-;htn'r Witiner, hd of the impart- mem of P'lrho'ecy at the I'nlversify of lVnnyl,ar.ia. te die meetinj- of the I'ennsylvania fceciety for liirtti Cen- -n pri-Kient, aaJ ether efliclals. Pr, -i trel. at the Ititz-Carlten. inent fitianciep an' business men are Dr. Wltmer was te have read a paper !ife members of the beard. f.re the meeting. Bir.g unable, he In critidring the rentals. Mr. Lime sent hi regiets in a letter in whicn burner brought out that the Philadel ie described the movement as "common rhtn Automobile Trafe Aseoclatien nnii hense and rea.en" epjiOM-d te superstl- $4000 for one mentl.'s use of the build build tien " ir.z. The associptlen paid for the c.ec Keiwetn aefcs.ens of the wclety a trie light and janiur tervlcc in addi- luncheon was glvta tn Ikjuet of Mrs. Marznrt Sanger, of "w ierS. tae per-r of thf tueTem-nt. Mr. danger w beu Invite! te .Tapkn b the Oev-eruiii'-Lt i) that oe-intry. She cir'nlu- the ten'en for 'h': invitation at tL. Innnhen. Sb" ""imment'i n .Ke anenja.y that the dlM-uwien he pr'Jpes' te jrive hi Jaj,ai. would be forbidden tn the ln!tl St.te. lUj- Ti vrTf elected by the roc'.et!' uvitre UllCc Tn UVt unutc nlltn nifCe IU nir nUrtlC AND POUNDS UPON HIS DOOR But Sleepy Hyk, He Called a Cep and Hyker Hikes Ne Mere Philip Hyker. 014 North Fourth street, K're led ever te Gle-icster Sat jrdaj t.ight te se Kicho ar Hyk. Hjfc didn t npprer-iate the late ea". iiid leer!!y told llykT he was in bed an J we-j ,1 net let him in. Te be kept iu the e,,M "nd snow was Hyker's idea of unfriendliness, te h- remen'-trattd t.' uch an extent tbat liyK called a i-a- trelman. wb. nut the disturber In the nice ne jail. By way of hewtr.s his d!sarrrev&l. the prlwiner bgan breaking everythinj in sight. When he succeeded in knock -.ng tne lock from hi deer with an irrn rip. Pttre man S.r.fien put Hyker ia another c 1. under guard. This rr.ernin he ernlamed te Maver Andersen that he rtrilly didn't care for jail ard tad r.e de:re te spend tU mgLt in a ceij. une .iayer expreee'i isupathy. agreeing i was rtaily te,; bad he did net like a cell becauw. he was Keing te pend the next three months in one in the county jan ARMY OFFICER SUED Camden Couple Want $21,000 Result of Moter Smash-up Suit for $-1 000 dantges wa fi'en la the Supreme Court. Cataden. today against Majer Je-.-;ia A. Hatlc, of Tump Dix. by WiiUain II. :!i. 4."i IIrwiday, Camden, ar.d his wif'.-, Mrs. Mari (iiil. Th-- fill tharge that vhil they were driving their automobile i.ear Wrijht Wrijht tewn tm New Year Day. n machtnt itriven by Majer Ilatie t'lrr.H suddtiil wrecking of the Oill car. FREED IN AUTO DEATH Defendant Denied He Was In Car That Killed Girl Charged with n.anslaught'r In the deiith of I'dna Mann, a s;Hj.r,ir..ir girl. P,n-us Ku'iner of l.'3 North S.x'h st-eet, was acquitted today lfere Ju'tee Terry . On November 14 the child was struck by an .1 it'iruebtli; near .Sixty. thlid ureet ahd Woodland avenue and died ':er in the Mierucerdin Hospital. Ka'iuer denied that he wa ia the car. BERLIN'S OFFER REFERRED Reparation Proposals Submitted te ahi.j r. -.. Parts. Jun. :;'t-'r,y A P -Ti- Alliel It' 'ira' r ,.n.i '-.ie-- ,, ,i, today te 'mrn ii,iT-aia'- !. retiarB'.tee.s prep'j-e. te 'li n. '.! g',-, ernment- ur 1 aw t 'h.r n'c -.'i a te whether they "vi: treat 1, rt ,etlen with C-rrr.any -hem-c'ies or refe 1' , tack te -he commission te handle U. S. ENVOYS SEE POJNCARE Ambassadors Harvey and Herrlck Spend 35 Minutes With Premier Paris. Jan. .",0 1 fly A P. ) Myren T. Ilernck American Ambassador te r raii'-e, binl lieerc l.us-.-ider tn fJrem Haney, ri,. tm. lirltuln. called en Pr trier I' 1 en . ( '" -d fi, nre rim nrier;..en en-i k.'n h.rn ul-ji. tl r' -in- lli.ri'.tei. After f'-.. ini'r.e-A rx,ti. Mr Ifir- r,lt nti'l .Mr Harvey naid they had merely led te pav the new i'ranch Prei their respe'in te rnier Bertrmc Atrvsr. w-, I'. M Uru -i nilS !'. ,tif t V lil.ifn iJ acta e,!.r Ar'lr.inr. 'nl Anna Pa., ar.d T irea j Mnrit, An nere Ja. ThemsM li hu'iuri I.n r de r.e Pi . I.y v M Jttien Uini-lewn. Pa. J Im J L'rUni-l. "71 h Trent ut , Helen JaUUewnka l'.-3 Cl.rlntl&ri ' aad Aess i (i.nitrere 741 ICIIswertr. .. er.d II ana l'tirsriaru J 107 Van, .i, ve Sante Mr.'ue, 411 ' a-penier at , and Je- uar.t-ilt I'mA i'f f aef jr,i. u taiere' uiri'i-'-v" ria v re -thorp at, "'" l-"tri' nam ii .esi b lite at. I'lVbtlal fl !'' 1U4 ("hrlattati (felon !.. Wl.'dtr IfilH I.mharr ar.d r:rr H lm 104Q Ilurfiui at. an4 . anl , jTlrM'rV.'f' ,S!!,"W,' .,' rv re ret. .'is l. Mi.rti'uy nd Maude In- V..ltr H. . .eni.la 10 W I l'T'.ni., . . r.,i l.l-ii If iluic. i.r. ' w s .!... ..-..-. -. -w- - -. ..- .. ., . a- f,,!e: Vice president.. Dr. Kate Mr KtW remarked that Ur. Wil- Solution Of Vexing Problem In- ,UU" 'd Garilere y'alaln rW' elL0Wil ,,nln "Jf hSSi ::&:&'SX X.tZ,ZS Conversations I$$3'HIri!? S -455T-. lirWSWi JT- A ?iVJitt!SZ: fortification se l u t i 0 n ggSAjU. ; ,&&, Iturn u n rea-i nn.i "" in-ir .-r j. . -.. ,; u wn8 en tht. qutlen ?f thr!!C tw0 Jlr-J.VL-ZT lU cl?ffJr: r. The accident occurred 100 mllei Mand. it h understood, that the -utn and bn.a-s and Mrs. (aill clair.- -- Jnpanece mud" reservation wl.-n they nr.SMi. averting that -he wan .i.ter- l the pasengtrs are .112 Polish accepted ether phases of th f-rtlflca- urn li. 2ni., n mil ft EVENING PUBLIC SCORES LOW RENTS' Promoters Make Fat Profits at Commercial Building, Council Committee Hears JANITORS' RAISE HELD UP Th Commercial Muura. Thirty Thirty 'enrth street near Spruce, is rented tee cheaply te exhibition, promoters. Coun cilman LImeburner declared today be- fore Council' Committee m r.tv Prop erty. Charks P. Kcecan. ("our- repre sentative en the mttneum bear I of tru. '"'. wld ajl money from renta.s. under th -aw beald be tpent "a rrlr. n said he has tried vain, y - earn lat money was spent for that T -r,- Mr. Iv-efan hinted at tiiff- . amesg 'he trustee, which inen.d" as jtiirlu members Governer Spr-.'-l, Majer Moere. Klchard Wejleln, ('m- tieu. One Shew Made SfWi.OOn "Thi; a'OciaLO-i r'Q!.zel SC5,00fl . the she'.v thpre, anl the city ought B't me:,, m'.nej f..r '. of the ic 1 seum," .Mr. Lim.b'irtier .said. "I It a let of prometrs w! ' run !iewk tier ar.u I knew one nhe nailed when i f"'d h' v mueli he !.a !an up. Whj . ley chnrge exh'bi"rs Si; nnd & r. sriar" feet had get admission fees be- ,les. ' retolutienx authorizing several leaves. The committee acted favorably ea ap- :"KJtJM. Fnrm 1 Annual National Hloe'lel Cattle Shew nt a 1S00 lentaj; tl,e Annual i Hus(. 1 Hess Sh-w. at n y0 rental: the Mu- r'innl FihiSitien f'emnflnr Inc .21e'). and the National A-soi'-iatieii of Hosiery and I'nderw ear Manufacturers)' AMocatien. ?--. Janitors Want Increase Are janitors who work from . A. M. sA"rrf.vss? . nreme (Jeurt in Lit nail entiled te .1Jh.i a year.' , That wan th question members of Councils rlnance Committee asxed today nhen ri-iuested e boost tne sal- SrC "' '"",r,jau' r"l K.ST.. j . . t ... j.... i .m. Kruvi .a iMiF aiiuunn... .in i juii- ter ale was reiue.ted Thairman fJi.ffney raied the que. tien whether th" empleyes were janitors nnd cleaners, .etien en tae reque., made by Acting Prothenotary Schick wan postponed until tbat question can ee eeterminen. The committee approved a S 10.000 grant te the Fairmount Park Cemmls- nea ter patrol wagons ana gjani oexes for the HoeM-relt Iteulcard. The com N MUSEUM SHOWS '. . .1311 iirA'j 1 "u.ivii ttii uuiai ' mi-slen was told te take from their ge-.eral find ?'-'-. OC'O requested for re jinirn nnd labor en the boulevard. as LINER DISABLED IN GALE .. it, ui.u Ann a Princess Mateika. With 100 Patsen- qers. Bound for Danzig. Turns Back New Yerk Jan 30 fT5v IM Tlfe F'ted ''ates liner Princess Ma- u ika 'w'ai, h 'sailed for Danzig Saturday wit'i 4(H T.a-".nger abenrd. her steer- ine eear disabled in n havv gale, is retu nlng te P"rt. an' teQuj . caVitablV'in. n en,"' '" " IMnu nnir-r null nurn .,,- atahAB LMa.lBfl.B anakei, -. A M jk .i a b. ' JUnl UIVLO UnHUUMCri UCNI Retrial of Snlt ReHnres Vs-rll- Frem 510,000 WasJilngten, Jan. .'10. (By A P) Jehn Ar tieiig Chalnnrr of M rry Mills. Vu.. wen a verdict for 1 nc cent eday in the Supreme Court of the Ji. trt of C'jlurnbin in a civil damage suit aguin-t th.- Washington Peit. Tlic case r-ani" up for retrial here, n verdict fei S10.000 rendered in 1010 In fin or of Chnluner having been reered by the t.'nlted States Supreme Court Chaiener based hm suit en an nrti- I c printeii by tne l'esi in ime relat ing te the hhoetlng of Jehn (ai'lunl, an Knvllshman, en Chalener'3 Virginia eh- ta'e. LIBERTY WAS BRIEF Serves Time for Robbery and Mut Face Safe-Blowing Charge I'pen steppins ejt ( ').' Easiern IVni'eritiary this morning, where r.e I nd se-ved two year fr being impli cated in a robbery in thi- city, Frank Smith, known te the police an Jamil- nere whitcy. wa -earrestea hy de- trctives, charged with blowing up and loerinr? n .afe in n Mere in Aten. NT. .1 meii. tl-an two years age. The man is cliarged with l.av.ng had In his nes- sesien, before h.s previous arrest, eiicuzh nltre-gijce-riae te olew i.t a city block. THIEF SUSPECT ENDS LIFE Man Accused of Stealing Meal Tickets Prefers Death te Trial State College. Ph., jan. .'iO (By A. ') iiainer ti.fn iae-e trial en MORE BUILDERSJNDICTED 20 Corporations and 28 Individuals Accused of Violating Law New Yerlt, Jan. HO. Twenty cer- poratlens und twentj -eight individuals ir..-,-! In the dentin:- no, I vent Untie branch if the bul'ding ;,-.,-" -.- "" " " -- rtini? IndtiFt-v were. ln. dieted by a Supreme Court lirand Jury today for violation of tbe Dennelly Antl-Truft Law. Postmistress for Pettsvllle, Pa. Washington, Jan. .10. i fly A. P.) Pii-tmasters nominated by President ... . Inrding today itieluded Alice hrtbu. PelUMlie, i... She 1, nreceed.ne toward F re Island. 1 "lent, it wes snii iate teuuj . ..l...-..A. . ul.n- n Cie. .,., 1, ,. M,.l lllll r'-ieri net? IV muir uevei llllieilia iilu- i. ' - " -r '! ' . " iEDER-PffltADELiEffiA, MONi)ifefeuAltT life I Queen of Carnival I 3 Internal, snt.1 MISS HAZEL TOMPKINS Tills Manitoba beauty has been elestcd Queen of Winnipeg's an nua winter carnival by a 27,000, 000 vote. The Winnipeg carnival opens early in February & TAR OrTT rnflfl T WI-AW r" f-lihlul Mlnfl 111 Ml III rill I1UIII1 ULI IUUII Llll Hv tbe Asecrifrd PreM XVash'nten. Jan. SO. Further lndl- catiens thit n t-tt'ement of the ttln? n,,,,, WRS Iramincnt ' , ... , .. Shan devel. i0" tecav wnen tne jananese and Chi- 'nee delegations wer. called tesether tn resume their cenversattnns Erery of ,h previously had be-n settle,l except Je- tai's of the IVingtae-Tslnanfu Railroad -.. - -r- - "VKuiimiens ub" iaKen te mean but the two groups were readv te again tni., .i.,-,,.!.. , , , .,. .. .-...- Muw u' r 1 . i .. . -.t . ... .. .,.ii:.."V-n" '-n,nF?e nc rca"en ln- un-1'iru mm me nres-iri or a sert'ement of the vexing railroad t.reb'em wae baed te M cxtent en advices late'v received by them from Pekln. It was thought In ( h'nee circles that the .Innanee nreh- 11 .! ni j ' , ,. jn reach'ng an ag'eement en the basis ,.M.j t.uuiu iucci nit iiiiisc unii of some modification of the Japanese Sat'STan week "' "' mM ""' " The Chinese.' t was jaid. will grant the Japanese contention for Jnpanese rnerts with fu'l tit'c us fa- inimgcr and chief accountant, but will u--k the Ja-ianee te agree that the.se officials hhal' be Huberdlnntc te the nneseman- aglr.g director, who. en all Chinese rail- reads, has uutherit ever thf treflic manuger. ,n -,., ,., ,. v.i a, i understood, bv the Nnnl Committee of i fifteen mnrernlnit the fortifications in ' tne Pneillc Islatids, the question of which has until new delayed settlement 0I ,ne naval iuestmn neiure the Arrnp Conference. The Ivurlle IsIutnlH nnd JH 'JB Jm -i :y .'ir7gY t: SHANTUNG DISPUTE a wireless meseagei1"1 .we. man finnus win inuiniaiii 1 iM'ir i)rrent nmu un'-i-r n.e usree 11 Hill "IIHI IUl' IUI1I . Pek-n. Jan. 30-fDy A. P.)-Th? Government Is understood te I old that the final Sliiintung proposal nt the Wn,inten Conference, as frr.mcd by the British and American delegates.' fhe'lld be accepted question of the pert of Kianchew should also ! adjuxted, it was 'rralized that this ceu'd net b done without a settle- mint of the Shantung Railway ques- tien and that, therefore, it was unwise te refuse the proffered adjustment, A rcfusil. It was realized, might alienate the English-speaking nations, which were cen-idered in (Jevrnment circles uh likely te held China unrea- senab'e te the detriment of their future relations with her. The decis.en. it Jt pointed e-it, mny threw n dumper en the effort et com mercial nr.d ether organization te rulse cash for the redemption of l,e Shantung Railway, but the fundi ;.l-r ribed, it argued, can be umd ir, r."enintien 1 of the treasury insur sue nt tl. i'i-t uvnil- able opportunity, and U111 Tjef,i the last tru-e of the dispute Beat Amendments te Funding Bill us te pay .-... !... M ... v.. , the interest of its own peev. the principal and Interest. All you need te be convinced of th.n im te run 1 evc" t'ic budgeu of thev na'ientt nnd ' observe the tx penditure-h ter these thins ' mai maac 1101 ier iiem-. mm iuiiiriii- meat and for an linprev, u.. ut of cee nemlc 1 nnditien. Oppns.iiK thw propose,) grant of authority te the debt 'iimniien te deter nt its discrctiuii tl.e llit.e for in teret pajments by debtor tui'iens, Sen Sen aeor Reed declared that iiea was the time te call ter a nutfimiu'ien of the ob igutlent held by the I i.red Stales Im tjuld', "That lb particularly itresj with his proposal f.,r authority te defer intercbt p.im him. There never has been a mere insolent proposal made te the Amcrban Cengu-s-i." Senater Reed saitl thnt unless Con Cen grebs fix'd some t'me for the intcrusi payments, the debtor nations would conclude that tne unitcu btate.s did net xpect the interest te be paid IlliniO- , A..H ,..., ,!., fil I. ,!,-. .. .... uiui.ijr.uen um .....,..v iuej nuuiu ed te Udicve that bomehew or uthei they would be alleued te (scape paj inent of both principal and interest. Velstead Act Appeal Advanced Washington, Jan. He (Ry A. P.) The niiestlen whether the State laws of rennsviviiiiiii iireiiiuiuu;; nm faie et m tfJ,i,ntlnC liquor ft,.r, r.'"a'..d U th national Prohibition Uionein.tit in,. ivnnsvivanin preniunii.g tne faie of in L i FOR ELECTING POPE FINA PREPARATION - .. ...... m . M Dy the Assec'aleil Press Roree Jan SO. Final preparation I " pegun teia.v ter tne cenTeniuB v (Thursdav of tie solemn conclave el stalls for Card nas Erected in'Jnsjewne irp department. During .the Civil ar he rcrvea witn a Penn Sistine Chapel Requeim 'nrlvanta volunteer company as a lieu- ' tenant. . Mass Held , , widow, who wes formerly Ml Clara Virginia Thompson, of this city, survives, together with two tens. The SECRET VOTING ASSURED iThJirnLlvl ':T t.,nt snr-sinnw 01 u:e ". Member of Philadelphia Conference t-athejlc Church iit cnecje a Pepe te . ,.,.. ., e,... 4 '"cceed nenrtl-t XV. The last-mlnute , ..."IZ," "J iter , eeri , m l iii ..... Allen! own. Pa., Jen. 30. The ucv. 1 crremenlal.s will be preceded by three 1 jamea r Satchell. one of the vet- "elemn requiem . masse.", the first ef'rran ministers of the Philadelphia which tool- place this morning with the , Methodist Episcopal Conference, died Cardina s n-rt'e'ratinc thl' W0,rn,nS. nt hIs h- 'n Cataau- Tl. 1 p-P'c-fa,lls' . iw. I qun. where he was pastor of nrace The mass funil. icd a Fccne of unus; church. He was seventy-scven years ual norep. with a 1 the cardina s wh el(j ' hJnn?- e..Gu!r,s nc,,c' f fu"fd,f'tbe pulpit, and last week resigned en honor for the improvised tomb of the .' , .. n.,i,h TfU phurch neirtiff' and 'J?l SwI-HGurtl-cem- $ and h. g d, fet posed the weert cf honor for the wlemn , ,.,nj,n. fteHneH n ', Vi, i. ProccMien of cardinals Brehb!.she,s and , 1nnflt.',d.nt' decUned t0 acwPl & r"'' b'sheps as they came from the Sal: 1 a n 'c-.-j-.n .. i, . ,. . tr.. rf trough the Sale Ducae te .be I ehell born j in th W,rt 1 The tomb. er-ted In the center of the ' ;'L"iViffl chapel, was. octagon In shaee with n , "&?&$!l n??l ?', ' vn?5?LX ronletts arrnv of rnnd'e -"rnlii5 en n" ' and WttsbuKh. lie cams te lentewn Mdes and up : its summit, en which T , ?"'" 0A"H Churcb' ou ' -nne.-i ..'..! ... .:,- .ntir.ei iin eight years age. and two ears age nt ,...! 1 ......1. .... !.. t . "WW. of the octagon were adorned wth the pentifiHal arms and the ethei with nhrnVejleri!nis the life of Ilcn- cjlct xv Th tjjutinc Choir aMitcd ' In the so'eren eeremf nv. -arumai v i.ei was ceicerant, wane Clupel Fitted W'th Stalls i The beautiful and historic Pistine Cbapcl. In which the conclave will ncet. has r'readv been fitted with tc long stalls in wh'ch the Cardinal" w'l' uufc i.uii i,i 11 , 11 nit- i.uriiii.,1- .. t whi the balloting proceed?. MI - nutc . instnic.ien, have been given out for the performance of the ceremonials i '"'' the drs and deportment of thee p.rticlnnting in their lit han bee ' EariTnaU will I wta' VavPVJZnt" ' thee who wil' remain wi'hin the ,?.'.'&!: arts Mimmnnm te mne in oe s!t1,i Heein Sistine " Chapel en the Mthef decree? the lttlnz. and the adjacent te the Thurvlav te take for the d' Sacred OVge .has appointed a com- .!.-.- .. . ... BwKBncneewnuKWBr tne memeers. attacnes ana secretarci. This commlvlen is n1te charged with selecting guard" for the (.enclave r.nd the appointment of barbers, plumbers. nlaterers. enrnenters and such ether ' . ' ----. ieri;iiii:ii unti uiiuiiuanuj ns iiiuj uc u chance needed heferc. the de6rs arc again opened te the world. DeT,CM t0 ,nsOTe Sr Devices have been instnl'cd at the en- trance of the courtyard of St. Dama.ce " tbat nny articles needed may be ent inside, but their operation mutit be only - in the prchence of two witnesses. The devices nre in the'ferm of cylinderi plnc-d vertically. Opening one of the ertcnl rectiens. nn object mu be placd within and traiiKfe-rel te thn in tin-ii-nirtvaril bv revelvlne the cvlln- der until th- opening is en the inside. This method of communication will' 'nly be allowed between 0 and 11 A., M. nnd fi nnd 7 P. M. Anv 1 -emmuni- catien, u Miner 01 worn m- oeji 1. iihit t. mint be in the presence el the twu wit- nesses. 0 relefnce te ttiesr cemmu- nicatienn must be made te member- of the conclave, and anv violator of the lule of secrecy i, subject te xxcemmu- nlcntlen. The whe'e section of the Sistine ci-npel Included in the rerode ha be.n litted with a plntferm ou which the Mai's for the Cardinal" are placed, These arc covered with deli- atelv cm- breideml tapestry In f.nely executed de- HlgtH and with plea-lng hurmenv of n t ,' mura, j,alntlns "of Michael An- color. An nltar is 1. r.cvl inrnlnst the ele's "Last Judgment." and en the altar nn six great sil-.,- cand'esticks. In the center of the tutferm there is an improvised tomb at which absolution will be given at the three heleznn requiem mrs'e.-t. Prince C'hlcl, mnrshal of the con- c1nv. cemp'ylng with tre ri'es of the ceremonial, ln announcing Ids- orders always enumerates his full title, which is: "Prince Lodevigo Cidg! Albani dMIa 1 jedrs uld. Revere, perpetual ninrsha' of the Hely Church, ctistediun of the e-einlme, neb'e, Antheny Kayser's Funeral Today Reman, conscript prince of the Hely Anthenv Knyscr. who died suddenly Reman Empire. Prince cf the Fnrnese Thursday nt his home. 23S Seuth Elev Elev e Soriano. Duk of Cam-mgna Duke erith street, was burled this morning of Mctliuiie and IVcnrurec. irpclu,urif .. ,,ii,le-takinit establishment near ' "1 tasteiiti-.iiie, 01 1 i-ane. 01 uigiata "" ni !en'iaiie. uu ' e f Vlter'.e, Lord ' of tlei.eu, of Van' te, of Order Paris. Jar,. IJO. fy A. P. , While1 the cenclme of the SacrH College in Reme will open en the- d.vt set, 1 b- ' ninry '-, casf u Hans dwnntdi from Reme today, it is pes-ible the religious 'rites attending tne opening may he pre. 1 longed fe ua te permit the American Cardinals, new ou their wpy te Reme, je reach that city in time te take part 1 j the balloting ter tne election 01 -a I SUccesser te Pepe IJenedlct. , ' . Deaths of a Day DR. H.C. BARTLESON Delaware County Physician Dlec at Age of Seventy-eight Dr. Ikiiry C. Rnrtlesnn. wide known nlivslcian in Delaware Ceuntv, died yesrerdity 11 1 his home In I nnsdowne after a ucart nua'-n. nuvniH nnncK iuchahe s. iiiieck, Mer-ia, Jan Rt) IdSI. In the U2U jviim of h'a dc URNDKItheiN. uii Jan. S j-ij UJL'ISA rtHUE vr ftf the lte !,: ( nd K:tsabeth It'chard-en ll atlt nut fr'endf Invited t. funtrul terrs. fin W.-ln k,,y al 2 1 M at th rarlera cf Laifyn Ta ur 'MM S llruAd at. lnterir,. isi rn oert rerr..terv. Itema r. iney te !ewed lundf y een IB. rAllKKI-L,. n ITance. Ot. n. ibis ugi ., i.lidll'jr. ruet.t,.. .". U'lmu.a I.aboiutery lane Falla Of the ji-huvli' High ninaa at bt. liriasat I'.iun. ) us,, A M. Interment S'aldifrB' r.,.''ni cai. IliftitNEMAV Tin Jen It, 1022 PllKH -rv 1 "i n'.e dy jfernf-n ,it ,,' ,,. i trio cj Use II Hilr II 'V i;e ( i,, ;, i tn' rm n i-tl'a'e I.' ni . -ri. m, . u r" .''- 1 1 heart last Wednesday which resulted In his death. He was bera In Radner TWnblp and I received his early education at the Mil Icrsville Stale Nermal achoel, Ixincafter uuuij. iu ieiu ec was RrHuuaiPU ireiu the Jeffersen Medical Colicje In this city. He wag a member or the Lanxdewne Country Clnb and the Ianodewnc lie nub lean Club, and ae n me-nhrr of the "I . '. - " " tlesen. Tax Collector for the borough of East Lansdowne. Funeral services wi'l be at the home In Lansdewnc Wedses- day afternoon. REV. J. T. SATCHELL nis own renuest wan his own request wan assigned te a maller charge at rata.auqua. 1 or F Sn w?tetc.cfcaP'a,I(" of the Travelers' Protective Association. ; Jehn D. Prlngle Plttebargh. Jan. i0. Jehn fanear tn iSl he came te the United ptates te write a series of articles en Pennsvlvania industries, and he located here permanently. In the late nineties 'he became sporting editor of the iitta ne neenmc p i "i. te.i - ----- ,burch Dispatch, and was considered an 1 Srity en athletics. Clinten W. Child rhllds. I01-. rag fbreke willed rhild. Kay &. : L."01'CK,(. wi Pwsvv&S - membership in the New Yerk Stock Kxchange. was tt-"n'n Pittsburgh fortr-twe yar- age. ntu """a dee. nir, v"", , ' ?V;e"UTe in"' Ml H al r'nmenr in international tennis cir- ' ; , "A,her f the ce-nnittee eles. being a mcmMr -w tnc cemniiiec en championship matencs. 1 ' in..nh w. Kllnflle VVV g" I Jemrnii. ''e.,"' "".'"i" . . TT T1. ... f.a ....AMfV rwyc .LZ.T.i the Ph ladel- ' i-Ma and Reading Hallway, did yes- . terday .ifter an illness of three years, Mr. Klingle was bixtyslx year old. He Itavef. a widow, four sons and two eaughtcrs.. He wan a member of the Teresters of America ar.d the I hilariei- 'hia and Readlnj ReMef Aswrtatien. The funeral wil' take place ucduewlay morning. There will be MiJetnn requiem ,nt iu St. erenica 6 Reman Lathebe fl.urch. ni,.. a n.j.r Funeral of lenen K. uearaen The funeral of Rebert R. Deanlcn. a former mnnber ct the Legislature nnd ( jeurne'ii:'., was 1.. id thw afternoon jeurnc.i fro. 1 an unMertaKing estnuiisnmcat at lireml ami iimmer.u ma-eeie. muiu wu- n UV-t Laurel Hill Cemetery. Mr. D.'ardcn died Inst Thursday in bis apartments nt 17"i5 North Purk avenue 'at the uge of seventy -blx. Rn-neman M's F. L. W. Berneman Mis rrederlcka L. W. Berneman. eigi iv years old. died yesterday nt her hen.e. 2440 Columbia avenue. She came te i'hl'adelphia nbeut sixty years age frer.i C.ermany and for mntiy years was Miss Berneman is 'survived by several nieces, one of them .1 teacher et mue.c. being .Mrs. Auranani n.imer. Funeral of the Rev. J. R. T. Qray Funeral services- for the Rev. Jesep' n, Tayler Cray, late pastor of the Oh' Radner Metlied'st Episcopal Church w. r held at the Arch Street Methe- ,ij.t Chiircb tlils'nfternoen. Only the family attended. The Rev. Mr. Gray died suddenly Thur.sdny at his home in Hryn Muwr. He was seventy-11. ne sintcu'li ai.il chestnut streets. Ma 'hen-. IVk-i nnd meniberi of ether fra- ter:..il rdt'rs attended. GOWNS WRAPS SUITS FURS BLOUSES LINGERIE HOSIERY A Remarkable Ceat Clearance $200 i Fermer Prices te 55.00 Every coat in this group i3 decidedly better than this low price. Smart materials, including . 1 Normandie, Belivia, Panvelaine, Tweeds and I Deuble-Faced Coatings Dressy and siiert models. Opossum, nutria and French seal i i 'i i . These nre butin-faced :rcpc, combination!), We specialize in 24 HOURS NEAR CITY fV7 . Sceres Imprisoned in Interurban Trolleys Stuck in Drifts. 20 Girl3 Marooned SLEDS TAKE FOOD TO THEM Snowbound In interurban cars near Edgemont en the line te West Chester, scores of passengers who left this cuy at 5 o'clock Saturday night, were held prisoners for nearly urentvfenr hoots. When the five cam that left h!s city became wedged In drifts, many of the pa.necrs set out for tarmneuses, but the homes of the farmers were seen filled te capacity. ... . These who were unwllllne te brave the drifts stayed In the cars all nlsht and it tvu 5 o'clock yesterday after neon ueiere se.-ne 01 mem werv "' Reaching the farmheuws wcie of the nassenrers telenhentd te friends in Went Chester. Their calls brought re-1 'ief sleds leaded with feed and stoves 1 upon whlu te cook it. , One of the cars held twenty girls f'era the West Chester Nermal Scheel, who had passed the day In Philadel phia. I Drifts Pile High ! The first car plowed into a drift be tween the cenii and third fare limit. ' In the vicinity of Newtown Square and , came te a ha't. The ether four cars met the rame fate In the same vicinity, where the wind was piling nlga drif U 1 ver the tracks. ' When the cars stepped many of the ' passengers, In quest of a night s ledg ing, started for tne nearest ngai, buy posing that they could find feed and shelter in the home of a farmer. Thin there was a general outpouring from the stranded cars. But seen the farmhouses were crowded te capacity and d any were forced te return te the nr te sleep. Sunday morning 6lcds from West Chester bearlug feed arrived. The 6tera had net relaxed and the relief sleds were hniled bv the hung-y passengers who converted the trolleys Inte dining cars. The work of relief continued all day, und It was 0 o'clock last night when the last wnrcened passer bad been rescued and started en nis i- neme The girls from tne et Chester E. nSeChTl!emfrearrCbrv0.8C ,a .. -- -.. .,.. home of Dr. Thorns, nearby. . Three w-emen and c ten. men were marooned for twenty-two hours in a snow-bound trolley car within 200 feet of the warmth and cneiter 01 a cress reads inn Their uncomfortable experience ended t Jeweled Bew Knets of diamonds, emeralds, sap phires and black onyx, vari ously combined and mounted as Breeches and Bar Pins J.E.OAUWELL&Ca Jewelry - Silver - Statieneht Chestnut and Juniper Streets Men's Garment ExMbit THE PUBLIC IS INVITED te the Garment Exhibit at the Convention of the National Association of Merchant Tailors of America at the Bellevue-Stratford, Wednesday, February 1st, from 1 until 10 P. M. Ste,wart Clethes At the National Esh:bit of the Merchant Tailors of America at the Dellevue-Stratferd en Wednesday next you wil find the suits, topcoats nnd ether distinctive products of Rebert Stewart en display. , 3 Rebert Stewart, 1501 Walnut St. Sporting end Mufti Tailor .- Breeches Matter .Nw Yerk Stere. IMPORTERS, DESIGNERS AND MAKERS OF WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S APPAREL OF THE HIGHEST CHARACTER FOR MORE THAN TWENTY-S1X YEARS J?. ettlS tl Chestnut Cerner Twelfth DRESSES $25.00 Formerly te 4950 ill ndvunce Btyles correct modes for snrlne. crepe, Remu. Fer street and dress. Apparel That Slenderizes It's made that way Heinz Tomate Ketchup ' ? -v. 4.V.: J t. oil eVerytniDg dOCSn make everything taste the same. It makes everything taste better. HEINZ TOMATO KETCHUP at 0 o'clock latt night when they were' dug out of a huge drift en the trolley ' tracks in the Gwynedd Valley, fits miles south of Lansdalc. TRAIN HITS MOTORBUS Passenger Killed and Seven Others Injured Scranfen, Pa., Jan. 30. A Delaware and Hudsen train struck a tsoterbu near Carbondale this afternoon, killlns one m&a an injuring seven ethers. !. .lead man wa, Hareld A. Short, a 1 ice ucau man was uureiu 1 !. of avmart P , passcn er, of Waymar Pa It. W. Asklns, Buffalo. N. Y.t Al. frcd Owens, Newark. N. J., and Michael Savaga. Scranton. are anion- I fhP seriously Injured in a hospital at Carbondale IS Kail 47tti Sirs. I SWEATERS MILLINERY SKIRTS PETTICOATS CHILDREN'S APPAREL NEGUGEES cellars. Of veldyne, taffeta, Smart colors and the Larger Weman I n ft M 'i . c t t, ! ri.,1 . 1 f"