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A . ' tim'rkks'tt Keep 'em--Toe f.. I I llr 1 i Cjs-': i eft get THE WEATHER It r Fal tonight with lowest temperature,. About S.' degree! Wednesday cloudy),1 Sen Is inrhiblc winds, s "'-...iwiilTt'ltK AT KACII HOtllt uentttg FINAL r,K V TSTTiie MiJtaTiJ a I I 4 n j fW5TTa2 (3JT1K. r8'40 42 tl ' 1 1 , iii II i i A t' ! VOL. VIIL NO. 119 12nterd as Becand-riiiM Matter nl thd rontemc t Philadelphia, Ta. Under Hi Act of March 8. 18T0 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAlY, JANUARYS!, 1922 , Published Dally Except Bundar. RnlmrrlDIInn Prlrs ID t Year by Mall. PRICE TWO CEtfTS pyrlgtiU 1022, by t'ublla Idner Company Sdtumay 7Vb6j TAr. .!,'. tfrf'ir'Si jfi: " k:rMkI worry noem ; i reumus-uiv juunyui r "fi df pxxmit ft - I I IIIIH .I".- ! ! ""' ' ''JU I I MY RADIO PL AN IIED STOLEN mjGSL HILL SCENE OF STRANGE THEFT IN DREXEL HILL HOME , i, Palmer Rawley Tells of At- Ick by Mysterious Thief tyyhe Toek Secret Papers IjABLE JEWELS LEFT; Cooked like a Japanese leenfidentinl report en nn army ftnc radio plione wns fteicn irem Kpartment In Drcxel Hill today by t.t hn first knocked his wife put"'"' . ,,-.i-i I (scions, according te i.i.uii.-.. .... r nnwley, formerly of the Mill- ElnMlisePCc Service riffiW-int, Bnwlcy, one time assist- ftt'SlHtnry nttnche at the American ittty In Mexico, raid that the In- Uc-r vainly tried te pry open nts .Mary trunk centnimns "-1 "" bi.nni.li Hverwnre ariT money were jy reach, the Intruder did net !i.k nnv valuables ether than this fidentlal nrmy document, the lleu- twW- .. .,. 1Mb. Halcj told mm mc u.:i " ml, dark and stocky, and that sue wctcd he wns a Japanese. wifn Tell of Theft r. Itnwlcy la connected with B. C. it Jt Ce.. brokers, with offices In tw Tiiilldinc. He left his npart- &t at Shady Lawn, Garret read, &tl Hill about 8:30 o'clock this iJitnff nnd went te his office. Jibe next move in the mysterious case Hjjc related Dy mrs. mnwi ...---- ; Janice Hcrshey, dnu?htcr of Mr. I Mrs. Jel.n Hcrshey, of the Lindens, lllngferd. The- Kawlcys were mar- Jt lnct Amrust. tjl was in the living room-of the rtment a few minutes nucr jy ..m- 3iil left for his office," she' bald.- wy b .ve mmeii te tlic deer. 1 tbOURllt Kh'card Just the faintest click nnd ,r" . . .. .A .vm n unnrr. iultk. irneu in nine i it. mnn ceme swiftly toward me. it tad a tiny mustache and he re minded mc of n Japanese. ' Tthb man did net fay .n we.ru, out. fi?k me bncK of .the ear with the side Ualsiand. EvcrytiunB L .weni u. ItLiiiptene 1 fell' te tlia Jioer. , ffflfvllnWIcy-recevered,' 'hheveays, ut twenty minutes later. The apart- a, ..n';ti iiicnriiiir. Tjnsk and tame Irivr'ers had been pulled out and their mtetits were htrewn nneur. uie uoer. Ner Mr. Hawley' linen ucsk was li inllltarj- trunu, which oero scran iu ait ilcntn na theif'h the Intnider nnd !td te feice It open, she rctld. A reieTi screwdriver anu a smalt erass iimmer my near uie tauruj- iruim. Mrs. Hawley, alter noting uie rnn cklnc. hurried te the adjoining npart- nt of Mrs. V. . Ahern, who said i nau nearu mc ueunu ui iminujuw.i, itha Itawlev anartment. but thought it was done by Mrs. Uawley. Cede Heek Safe . hp lieutenant's wife then telephoned ihim ut the Ueurt-p and he hurried t at once. It was first believed that Intruder had stolen it secret rode of the military Intelligence service. ine met H"JK ii uinuiuL'iiimi epliPt en an army alrpmne railie me dlnxrain." Meutennnt Hawley iM after he had inspected bis icsk nnd i trunk. "I was e.nmlniui; It last itht anil had left It en the desk. "TKa ...nt. .....it I....... !..... .....,.l.l.. , ai.v in. iii iiiiii iiutu uruu i iiii-iiiiih r. movements closely and apparently K reercted outside when 1 left the eattmcut this iMernini;. I hnd lnrkeil be deer when I left -find there wns no Idcnen n( force being used te open It. conclude a skeleton key wns used. "The intruder i tiimlv kiuw his liness. because Mtn. Itnwlev tells me t knocked her un.-iiiiNi'iniw ultli llm We of bis hand It is curious that lie M net touch any of our wedding gifts r ally of the ui)lie In the nnnrtim.nt. ' 'tTlie ...n.. .,. ...... .,.,..!.. .. l.l i , - ....... i'iii iii:aii u null, iiuiii Vn a screw drier und n little brass immcr of mine trying te open the k He iirnbnbly thought 1 had fetetulni; lie mill! I'd vnrv miw.li 1 m't believe the renlldential radio Imone rennri m III l. ,.f .......i. ...... .,. .. -- ..... wv u. liJUl.ll liOU IU eMWlennnt Itnwlcy is new in the h?M,rcseiu'- n" w,ls in he military Lit " " HI .lii'All-ll tlllll 111 m ceuiitr. during the war. JAYS HE IMPERSONATED T.R. Convict Declares Mrs. Burkett Did Y Net Ferge Colonel's Name "cwiierr, iiul.. Jan. HI. (By A. V A man Munim? ht iiiimn no rim. W has wraten .Sheriff Lewis Sweet. mmlllien Cnunty that Mis. Kmmu . iillrkelt lu tint ....lit.. e I.... .1 . .. tu ti'i . l fc"". "i '"iKiiig lie 4iUlieednin lfn.,.,....ii'u ....?.. t .. hut ... .".'" .ii r iiuuiir IU It E for . SIHI'KIO. Aceerdlnr? tn ),.. iSS i 0n'1 imperienntcd Colonel rene vwIsnri1 lllH "nl" nml et "'e iW..? i V. ' "iVul" iceeniiy was con CI. .'." Nt'w Y" f'lf.v of forgery in pwetlen nlth the ,w. Cevel m, s K,f", U iw,vi,B t'nn in a New , I'riMUl .Vyel salil he hnd hi.nn ",.i, 'erLi.'""1. i1,""1. "!se worked for Mrs. le i. n i'"0 ,,V,,,B in "vmp, 111. EIcn 1 . K"i'y reseinD ei flir. esevcIt nnd of,.,.. i.nii fnr',, ',', : U& ll0 ". 'n "e Idea 11 V M1, fi Til nn r iiiii ii ii I'MJllMMttWMMWiriTTril iiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiim-rtfMtll.BiiBMfal-i i mWiiiiiiMM Lll)nw'i -X-cV1 y- tMMMKMMMCTJiMMMnPWMaMttBfiaEataahyi H Si gfiM-' V MMMMMMMg JHHBMBJraMKMMMMMMMWW SdRL IHmM ,. - Ik41SB'wbmsH mMShMiZsk , B BMiMLsKMMMMMMMMgiMMilKB?s&yM Ij!Mb Hi; IMBSMMMMMPKPIKllWfl9W f- Mrs. l'nlnicr ttawley, shown In Insert, wife of former army eflirei-, reports Hint she was nttnclicd today by a mint in her apartment, who knocked tier down and rilled her husband's desk of secret army radio telephone plans. The Intruder vainly tried te open the trunk shown in the room containing ether lmpertnnt documents GREA T EARTHQUAK E SHOCKS RECORDED Enormous Upheaval Indicated, but Location Is Uncertain. Tremors en Pacific Coast POSSIBLY ON OCEAN FLOOR ROSIER BOY ASKS GUARDIAN Wltlen Filed te Take Oscar, Jr., I Prem Stepmother's Family ' r' ''lu '!' sunnllan for Claude 1.7 'Vi'" "esinr. ,ir.. nlne-yenr- 4 VI lle.1 1.,. 7','' UVPI;; wUe WOJIint Keiii.i.t i v "rai iiuiiiiiiry t. " 'l ! "'.r-' n tin; 'nsril ,,. . li ,;,"".T. "f. nemas a. Cln ',","'7' inr tne Dey. l&, "''. u son 'of H,, H,hir.,re- U"i"r,M mother hineu tl By the Associated Press Washington, Jan. .11. An earth quake of greatest Intensity, probably 2300 te 2C00 miles south of Washing ton, was registered early today at the Georgetown Selsmegraphlral Observa tory. The quake began nt about 8:2." A. M., nnd ten minutes Inter the tre mors had become be pronounced as te threw the registering needles oft" the fctnlc. : , The qunke also was registered en.the fefemegrnphs of the Wcnther Bureau, officials of which described Itas "inon "inen "inon rtreuH." The Ilov. Krencls TondetfT, director of the Oeorgctenn Selsmo Selsme graphlcal Observatory and one of tha foremost earthqunke nutherlllcs of the world, said the quake wis "enormous." Dr. W. J. Humphreys, the Weather Tlnrnfiii'ii r.ni'tlifinnfcft Rnpeinlinr re ported that the tremors continued until 11 o'clock but diminished In intensity. Officials at the Weather Bureau made a rough estimate that Southern Mexico wns the center of the disturbance. San Francisce. Jnn. .11. (By A. P.) Kurthqunkc shocks were felt early today aleiis the Pacific Coust from San Francisce te the Canadian line, ac cording te reports received here. Ne damage wns reported. In Snn Francisce the'oscillntien wns faint nnd continued fur several seconds. A pronounced shock wns felt at 1'ugene, Ore., at 5:.10 o'clock. Dishcx rattled and persons who were awakened re ported feeling slight vibrations. At Imrckn, Calif., ti severe shock lasting fully a minute was felt.. Three smuller shocks followed within nn hour. The selsmegrnph nt Genznga Culver- Continued en I'iikc l'lttcfn. Column Thri'e COAL BARGE GOES ASHORE Unwieldy Craft Unable te Weather Storm Off Jersey Coast Atlantic City. Jnn. .11. Twe cenl bnrges off the const tesced iibeut by high sens during the storm Sunday nre accounted for. One is anchored out nlieut lght miles from the Inlet, while the ether hns been tossed ashore helew the Delaware Breakwater at Indian Biver. The tow of the barge down the const Inn been landed safely thieugh the efforts of th coast guards. The crew of the ether baric is safe aboard. Tlie barges were en their way from Providence te the Delaware Break water. helFfer trunk theft DR. LYELL, CAMDEN PASTOR, FALLS DEADIN SUBWAY Stricken With Heart Disease. Served Church for 33 Years The Uev. Dr. Jehn W. I.ell. naster of the First Baptist Chiircn, Camden, fell (lend In the subway this after noon, while waiting for n train nt the Flghtli street station. lie was hurried te Jcffer-en Hexpltal in the hope that life wasnet, yet ex tinct, but he wnrf beyond aid. The doctors said death wirs caused by heart dUensc. Dr. Ljell wns the dean of Camden pnsters, having seen mere yenrs of church service in thnt city tnnn any or the ether ministers. He had occupied the pulpit of the First Baptist Church for nearly thirty-three jears. lie was a noted pulpit orator, but was a minister of the old school, and confined his energies te church work. never taking part in nnv movement net closely allied te tlie iiaptict rnurcn COL. E. B. CASSAIT DIES AT HIS HOWIE Turfman 'and Clubman Was Stricken With Heart Trelible Yesterday SON I P. R. R. PRESIDENT Colonel Fdwnrd Buchanan Cnssatt. turfinnn nnd clubmnn, died suddenly at '1 o'clock this morning nt his home nt Clictcrbroek Ferm, nenr jterwyn. Death was due te heart disease, phy sicians said, lie was taken ill yestcr ilny nnd was confined te the bed. Colonel Cnssalt was the .-en of tlie j IP was twelve .icars old Katie Couldn't Turn Him Down After That! There once was a girlie named Kate Who was wooed by a feller named Tate But she gave him a run Till a UM'RICK he wen Then she iaid, "Gesh, I'm yeurn; name th' date." Limerick Fans Get Set for Next Saturday When Saturday niglU comes around Yeu knew where the fans'll be found; They'll be home with the peme And a-cembin' the dome Fer a word that has just the right sound. Watch for 'em the LIMPIN' LIM'KICKS. Next SATURDAY, first one. Dnily thereafter. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS a 'tiny for best Inst lines. Yeu knew the stunt. Canyeuw-nit? BALDWIN WORKER WIN S HEIRESS TO $40,000,000 ESTATE $40,000,000 Bridegroom 3 rwr Mrs. Marien B. Stephens, 43, Chicago Divorcee, Will Be Bride of Polish Refugee, 23 j WILL ESTABLISH 'LOVE NEST' IN RIDLEY PARK COTTAGE i . Annstnse A. Vmlntskoy-Venslntsky, j nn apprentice nt Bnldwln's, will marry Mrs. Marlen B. Stephens, a Chicago I divorces, worth S-in.OnO.OOU. ' But Jic will 1,-ep right en working, for slender pnv in Foundry Ne. 1 of the loceinotie works nt Ivldystene. He hns leased n modest little house nt 30.1 Swnrthinure nveiuie, Illdlcy Pnrk, where he und Iiih bride will live. Tlil Is .j. i lee te Fddystene thnt j Mrs. Venslnt-U will he nble te set the alarm clock us late us,0, and still b up In time te get her evernlled hus band's bifnkfii"t und hnve him en his I jebnt 7. i Vennliit-k.i N n twenty-thrce-year- ' I -.1.1 Tl!- .. . . ... .t .. - UMTU ai i tiiimiie ernmnir '"" w-ne iniigiii agaumi me KVlin HLU inilMUO UUnillrlH lieiwievhl Mrs. Stephens, who is forty-three ivirs. herenz Divorced Husband, New Asks Return te U. S. Citizenship Forty-five yenrs in Germnnv failed te daunt the love of Mr. Amnlie Car Car oline I.ercnz, former wife of Dr. Adelph I.ereiw, of Stuttgart, but net tlie famous Austrlnn physician, for her Ameilenn lieme. which slie left when she wns cloven yenrs old. Her aversion for everything Germnn finally led te n divorce from her hus hnnd nnd. returning te this country Inst October, she in new necking n return te 'citizenship rlehts by n petition today te tlie I cdernl District t enrt. SHE SEEKS TO SEVER TIES rnnm r.1.1 intni..l ...! n...nntt...i ...Itl. I ,,v... ., ..ll.'lllfll llllll Illtlill.111 , 11111 nn Ameiipii ancestry rencjiing bnck te' I'voliif(en,irj dujs, will be mnrried te i the yeiit;r Polish 'refugee in the Greek I uriuo'iex cimrcli en Knst Mnety seventh tr.et. Xt.w Yerk, at 4 P. M.. Saturdav 1'hev i eMablish their "love nest" n ltnii Park after I ebruary 13, fol lowing a brief honc.Mneon trip. W.ir Tales Captivated Heiress Ven liathky, whose personality nnd thrilling tnles of the wnrs ngnin-t Bed Bussi.i inptlvated the heiress, came out Of til.. Ifll.,iliw.tll.. ui...., Imliit1 ni.,1 Otinllt ... t 1.. it.. I.. . tl.n . .. . . "rf rf .ii-. i.erenx in new living hi. .... ceiiMMiled te talk about his plnns. Aldlne Hetel. According te n petition uP . U(,;j w.t.p N0th with fnir ifieu i ner .iiieriii-.i . miu nuviiiii i" nnir and pule blue ees nnd leeks the l remain in America for the remainder ei type of the dnshlng soldier. He .pnke her .life. She was formerly Miss Amnlie n Ki,Kiish, slowly 1 with npp.irent Careline Lcppcllmuiin, of htapleten, effort. French iibrascs studded liis I'. ! r conversation. Iho Lorenzes Were divorced in June. xhe brlib'sroein-to-he were a shirt Ift'-'O. in n court nt Baden. Gernunv. f rntlier vivid hues, n soiled silk sft en n suit brought by the husband. . ,nllnr, dllapid.ited green trousers in Bnck of the nttitude of tlie wife, whicli )l(.p( f pntchins. nnd rough nrmv led te the divorce, wns the romantic shoes. Jt his smile wns infectious. nttncliment te her American home. Mie i The veiiiil' refugee's hands nre well v dMMMMMMMMMMMlMiVWMMMMHMfllHMV aMMMMaFj-M?C'SBfes,'MMJBMM mmWwImm9 mmmmIbImmB. fPHPPKi-MMMr Irs mmmI' PA JmmHhmF IsMPJi Mf raw I M Ulfitil MEET1NGENDS WITH SUCCESS Clinten W. Gilbert Epitomizes Great Achievements of Wash ington Conference BIG NATIONS NO LONGER ' ARM AGAINST EACH OTHER Agreements en Warships and' Fortifications Avert Suspi . ciens Among People i. DISCUSSION AIDS PEACE i I America Makes Greater Sacri fices Than Rest te Promote World Harmony ANASTASE VONSIATSKV In his werknilny garb at Baldwin's locemotho plant in K(M stone, where lie is an apprcntlrc. lie will marry .Mrs. Marlen It, Stephens, of Chicago, a divorcee with 510,000,-000 j By CLINTON. W. GILBERT SlnlT Cnrrrinnnrlrnt Tit mine I'libllc T-filirr fopirteftf. 1931, ii VuUle I.tiletr Company Washington, Jnn. III. Tlie ngree I ment between Japan and China upon j Shantung and the ngrecment regarding j details of fortifications in the Pacific bring tlie Conference here te a success ful conclusion. They virtually assure the neceptanca by the Fnited States Senate of the treaties nnd conventions reached. Noth ing remain., te he done except te held a couple of plenary sessions nt which ail thnt has been decided upon In com- ONE OF FAMILY OVERCOME iSi" Put ." "" and thcn BY GAS DIES JN HOSPITAL it is vibc new t0 vlew wI)0t ,, been iKcemiilished here ns a wIieIp. The Wife and Daughter of Victim Still details upon which se much ntfentlen In Serleu3 Condition lins been concentrated In the Inst few' One member of n fnmilv of three weeks nre unimportant. Tim nuiainmi. went te Germany when eleven ears I formed.' although chapped and slightly found overcome by gns tills morning in ing fact is thnt for tlie first time In lli'lSSeshe wns innrrhd te Dr. Ler- TO bX .Tll'?. SS "p" , n"ar""""t nt 2W0 " Tnjr ,,.T",M "T "en- of cnz. I A son born te them died when M. He puffed 'n cigarette as he talked, nuc, is dead nnd another is In n seri- "" worm nre no longer arming ngainst rrL''"0,"!,':'? A. J.-Cassatt, former prcMent of,Mrs.Lere.Z became !trmnV'TIesiiltnl n id was an officer in a I tl10 I'cnnsjlvunln Railroad. number of Baptist churcli and chailtable organizations. Dr. Lyell livetl nc 'iu.i i.inuen street. He is survived by his widow, two daugh ters and two Jiens. ITtrwns about sixty livp years old. He was WOMAN SHOOTS HUSBAND PLAYING WITH DUSTY PISTOL was accentuated and elder brethe .M'urs old, after which occasienallv pointing tlie glowing end nt eus com! enme despondent. This his visitor te emphns-ue n remark. . f..i I by visits by her fnthcr VeiitIat-ky skipped rapidly ever his I1"' , r from this feuntri. servlee with Kornlleff. Dcnlkin and, H'Cfn Iltlen In the Methodist He.pl- each ether. mi. -turee jyears old. Piimllv the dislike for Germans and Wmnmi I., tl.nir .liananuu ,.,,,,, ;,mu i , l, i.-tv.fTve n. Colonel Cnssatt was n member of , everything of Germnn flavor led her aeuinst the Bolshevists nnd hreucht the I .. .'i. i.Li hin, New Yerk. Bel- te return te her nntlve innd. narrntive te Paris where he met Mrs. i . ... clubs in Phlludelpl Union, und Washington. His death Vamc ns a severe shock te his friends. He wns in town Inst Friday apparently en joying the best of hcaltr.. Bern In Alteena, Colonel Cassatt was educated nt Ilavcrferll College. Hese Kapldly in Army she HIGH SCHOOL GIRLFREED IN DEATH OF BOY BY AUTO Machine Di'lven by Madeline Hem merle Killed Bey, 8 Madeline Ileminerle, seventeen, of fnmlly is thnt of Martin Pelnsis, who was dead when taken spltnl. His widow. Klla, ' Slisnlrlnns IIflinnva.1 - Stephen, while I 'i'hij ti itL , He said 'he wus picking nn a small nl,m Pn,itle living In the I leneli c.ipitnl as a , inntieii-pictuie iietur. He wns Intro- dun d te Mis, Siephciis .it a reeeiitien The agreement net te build ship- et war winch iinve .been tlie bus Is of'ef- fensive operations in the past and the wis doing Bed ""V."'-;,, ' v ''Js further agreement net te extend fertifl III. I' 11- UUUnlll' 1 t .4liv t - , t - 111 . , , ... nl condition. iiik.iis in uie urea wnicli premised te flic family hud retired last night, nnd. ! be the scene of tlie next hostilities re- It is thought. left u eas jet burning near j mV(. t10 suspicion jt, ,ic!l tn8 an open window. lien found this ..., ........ ..,,.,. . . m-vnlng h Mrs. Peter Pokewilh. wife "" , "" ''""' ""vc ninierie regarded Found Old Weapon While Cleaning Roem Didn't Knew It Was Leaded "Loek whnt I found!" exclnlmcd Mrs. Ilnmnen, 2(V.t) Seuth Muhlfeld nvcnile. this morning, pl.iytuiiy point ing n dusty twenty-two caliber revolver at her husband, Isnnc, nnd pulling the '-ariaa&w&ffFFSra ii ii .,ni . r , " i "iiiuiissieiieu flip- i.t inst. .Miss iieininerie iviih nperuiing wi,ii . ' elT the kitchen dresser I i" Uml "!"",.-,!,"nt "'Mutant gcneuii of an automobile en her wa home from .fIU,,,.P.. Z TSleA there'ielven "",:S-. ll1'"1' .'" was dlsehn.ged school und in the. machine with, her " "" ."""'... "-... i ruiuuier Mrs. Meph.ns ,s nn i.ecempllsl.d - . .........,.., j..,..,. -ii leaili ether. pianist", and si- iinwi iwetiieveu. ,.,,.,,,,,..,..,....,..,..,, .ns ...,.,,, fl.em iTiiit i l . .vearn nt i;celn Speciele (WJ, North Flfty-eienth street, a Mimnire, of .St. Cyr, France. He wns . fourth eni- student nl the West Phlhi-i nppelnted te a cndetshlp nt the W.'st , dolphin High Scheel fei Girls, wns ne-I i eint Military Academy by President , quitted of Inveluntnr manslaughter by I llevelnnd. He graduated from that In-, a jurv before Judge Terry today, stltutlen with honors June 12. 1S03, The Kirl was elmrged with raulng ...... nn iiiuiii'iiiai eiy commissioned see-1 the death of Charles Lawrence, -Ir uiiu iieiiienniit anil assigned te the Mnth Continue!! en I'iibc riflffn. reliinin Twii I the open jet. BASKETBALL SCORES Surprised that it should lie in the limine. shcANcnt te the ccllarway and flourished It nt the husband, who steed at the feet of the stairs. Tlie bullet entered his right tirenst. T.,.i...,int.. v t in weinnii eniiee ine . ... .. ... . .. ' . r.,' " , ' ' .,, I c,;,l I n . ".", eiiereii ins services te "help out .711-1..... .i.v.. ., ,V mi net lier t service nnd re-enlisting were three oilier high school students, !'!. he became first lieu- Anne Putt. .'1111 Baee street, Klennnr O'Brien. 1171 North Flftv -third street, and Marien Silverweed, (KIT North Fittv-seventli street. Witnesses for the Ceminnuwenltli ad mitted the girl wus epeinting her an - In March, IS tenant, nnd In 11)01 enptain in the Thir teenth t aviilrj . Lnter he was made colonel in the reserves. tmring the recent war Colonel Cns- e'ye I c ""ill: UI' '' railroads in the emergeucy: In mobile ,-nrefull but tlnu the he,. I I, fc h t Is , MlVf-sti e nt il,,ml nlv t'i!n'('p ,1" w,w """ n who hail already passed Hi. liter of ft ' 1th Irr flvc 1 ttlp rtJldren .!'J Hl''0 l""1 Vins, " militnr-v a,tache the street going nwn fr-m the path r home with Her 1UC llttlenildren. te the Amerlcnn Fmbassy nt Londen. of her inacliine. suddenl, dashed hack U. S. TO DEAL WITH BERLIN ONLY ON WAR CLAIMS Ne European Power te Have Voice. In Settlement, Says White Heuse Washington. Jan. .Ti. flly A. P.) 'j'he positive stntement wus made at the White Heuse today that tlie ques tion if war claims between this Gov ernment nnd Germnnv would be handled by n commission through a direct treaty with Germany. It was denied that thii country would take up the question of wnr claims in u iniMd commission repre senting the Furepeau countries. GIRL, 5, DIES FROM GAS Mether and Brether In Critical "Big-Feet Kid" Again In Custody. Condition i-.,f u.-ir Prlnen Shes Luuru Pflcnt. fiv 1.TJ0 Point IlrcezV UUM w. . . .l!, ,,!... tti Uw 1.tl.,.,lL t- IWVllUVi Ulvil l"iu, in - .m inuiiifn, LlUMC. IJl'OOk l'llnn. wlllnll llnmimn ....,1 n ne. ut tl- tif lin ffnt mini frilMl'fl . ( ----- "' s'viiiiin i iiim niiii -i iii. it , l4iu 4 win in mi pit4t Lolenel ( a-sntt s home en the denth of The hey died that evening m the West Philadelphia Homeepntbii from a fracture of tiie skull. Hospital his father, has one of the best -known iiice irncKs in tins part of the country Alf.ilis nt Kitate Famous This niuntry place has been the scene! of many social and turf gatherings of I note. inese nirnirs -wen for Colonel ; Chauffeur for Chain Stere President Dogs us well ns horses were cr, f... " Bread street Accident verltcs with Colonel Cnssatt. ir.. l.ii.i Fred Spennugle, twent-lie some niiie-rlliDen pets nt his Chester brook plnce ns well ns n number of hounds used in tlie hunt. Anether of his hobbies wns nmnteur photography. He spent a great deal of his tune tnkiiig views in various parts of the country nnd took gient delight In developing the films nnd prints. I i,iu lieme aie some enlarged photegmphs of ! iiugle. beaut spots near his home, which ,.i The iiccident occurred this afternoon evidence of skilled work. at Breud street nnd Seuth Pi mi Square. In club life he wns idenllfii.,1 ;,. ti.t., Hnreh wus i ressing tlie sli.cl when city with the Country Club, nmi i.i struck b the motorcar. lie wns taken HOLD AUT0IST WHO HIT MAN of Merlen, chauffeur for Siiiium I Iteblu- son, president of the Amen, .m Stores Company, was held under S.'un ball this afternoon in the Central Police Ceuit te aw nit the result of the injuries ie cched by Hurry Burch, slNt-nne, U-l'J-. Fust Nerrls street, who w is knocked down by un automobile drhen b hpen Catholic High 13 W. Catholic High . . 10 Friends Select gii Is . 12 Agnes Irwin 13 Qlrnrd College 9 Central High 3 Catholic High 2d. . .10 W. Catholic 2d 7 WoecTuuiy H. girls. . ." Chestnut Hill 11 Gei mantewn Ac. . . 10 3-1 7 IS 31 M 23 Tiiends S. gills 2d. 5 Agneb Irwin 2d . . .14 Central High 2d . . .11 Gliaid Cel. 2d 0 Lan&tlewne High . . 8 Dniby High e Nni berth H. girls. .10 ADDITIONAL RACING RESULTS NEW ORLEANS Fourth Knet Ci.iaa. 13-0, even. 2-3, wen; Commander McKeeltiu. S-3, 3-5, 1-1. secend: Ashltuul. S-l. 5-2, even, thlul. Time, 1 11 Bed Leaf. Mnigie, Tunbiel. a-Birdie G . n-Billy Dunn also inn. a-Cnuplecl, Knebelknmp-Gveeubeig entry. Ulttenheiise Club. -..,, , . ., nieilie, uien inuu.v in im- .ui'iimuis William M lis. Negro known te the , , f , (T,etr, of ,,,, , lice as 'Big-Feet Kid. who lives inmnmnK Bs in her horn He wus nlse a niemlier of the Jeekev tlen is suid nulcef New Yerk nnd of the Nntlenn'l ' te Jeuersen llespitnl, wlieie tlen is suid tf he serious. In- mil- rmlfi at lJ:m Itedmnn street, wns held in the 'wAay I'entrni I once limn nuun '.""" Willi i tedii te await the action of the Grand I Sieepleehusu and Hunt AssecLm t, I' .1... ..!,. II ---... ,, ,,, , 'ler ecu . -.. uiitner m mother hlneu the "P nctltln.. ...Ill l... I , . day "" "" l,u iieaiu in court enl.'; Tnrv mi n cbnrge of larceny Mrs. Ilurel Plnsslmens, U11U Arch street, nsseited thnt en Jiiniinry IS Inst she sent Mills te Brend Street Station te get a trunk, giving him the check nnd premising te pay him when he delivered the baggage. She sns Mills did net return. In the trunk, she snh were lur coats and ether garments worth about $1000. Mills sn.vs he does net remember having been sent for tlie trunk. Mills, when serving n previous term, came te 'he attention of officials be cause of his inability te wear prison shoes. He went around In gumboots or lubber. FJCKLE FANCY FIRST Cops Opening Race at Havana Track This Afternoon IliiMina. Cuba. Jan. M. -Fickle Fnncv wns tlie winner of the opening ,,.,i 'of sit furlongs ut the tt.iek here .ii . ,.fi...-,wimi The winner paid te iiiiii-u ii...... ",' ," ,. ........ mm cii. ne wiis'u mem her of ilm Sunday. Her n.e her, Lauru Pnge . , MnrJillml nuI) of Ih.ltl.iere ,d e twent -eight, nnd hre Imr Sniuuel , M,...peliini. und Army n , ! Xn "y Clubs nine, nre in the hospital m a critical , ,- Washington. s condition. A leak in n gns innin lnTiiskerl street, nenr the home, is believed te1 have Heeded the house. POLICE LIEUTENANT QUITS Grant J. Marple Served 29 Year3 Without One Black Mark . Lieutenant Crnnt J. Marple, emer gency lleutei'dl't of police, today re signed, te take effect February IN, after twent -nine enrs of distinguished service. He will enter business. Lieutenant Marple, who Is fifty seven j ears old. lives at .1101) Irving street He entered the service January 11, ISO.'l, nml wus promoted te Ills pres ent I auk August II. lOl.'l. His iceerd is snld by police elhclals te be one of the best in the force, having no blem ishes anil Meral citnilens for gallanir and distinguished service. Mi. i ullrvlii,.! l,i l.lu ..1.1... ti. ... .............. .,.. .,,., ,, i.icauer lilackwell .Smith (ussntt: one dnueh. ter, Mrs. Leis Buchanan Tinner of this cit ; one sister. Mrs. W. Plun'kett ii inn- ureiner, Itetiert Clls icr of the Cussntt Ceiunaiiv Stewart, urn i suit, u iiieml b.inkers, of Philadelphia. r. i .. " ' oienei fas satt was divorced from his first wife" who wns Miss Fmily Phillips. of ,.,: idty. Airungeinents for the funeral hnve nef et been completed. BANK CASHIER ARRESTED Accused by President of Conneaut Cenneaut vllle Institution Conneautville, Pa., .inn. .It. (By A P.) diidsen T. Siioegrass, cashier of the Bnuk of Ceiineuiitllk, which ms- FIND MISSING PHYSICIAN Dr. O. H. Fisher Located in Read ing Hospital Dr. O. II. Fisher, of Beading, re ported missing nfter leaving Ids home te come te tlie I'niverslty Hospital heri tor mi operation, bus been leuited. Dr. FNher wus taken ill ai tlie rail road station In Beading before he bad an opportunity te tnke the tinln for Philadelphia and wns taken te.n hospital in Bending, where he wns found today. U. S. Steel Earnings $19,612,033 New Yerk. Jnn. HI. B A. P.i The quill lei lv report of the Fnited Stnles Steel Corporation, for tie peiied ending December .'tl, 1021. showed total earniigs of .SlO.tll'J.O.'l:!, net in come of Sll.ll-'J.OPJ und ii balance from undivided surplus of !?.V-.M).i01. Thine figures compare with total earnings in Mf.'.us.u.n, pet income et DISQUE GUILTY OF FIRST-DEGREE MURDER David Disque waj found guilty of murder in the tiist degree by a Jury in Judge Pattei son's cem: this afternoon. He was, con victed of murdering Mis. R.v.ah A. Pan. of 208G Gi unite stieet, who was robbed and milled en July 15 last The case wvnt te rh Jury at neon. Disque wnnuJ tu plead guilty of imucler in tne becend degiee, which would have saved him tiem the eltctiic chair. The State lefuscd te accept this, plea. The jury.s verdict meniib that Disque must suttM capital inmishmcut. FRANCO-SPANISH DEADLOCK OVER TANGIER MADRID, Jan. 31. Negotiations between Fiance and Sp:C-.. for a new cemmeicial agreemtut an.ni te have come te a deadlock ever the Tangier question, acceidiug te the Heialde de Mauvid. A cabinet meeting te discuss the question i& te be lield today. The cabinet will also fix the date iei militaiy opeiatieus. te be carried out in Moiecco, with a vn .v te bilngiug the campaiu te it speedy conclusion. JUDGE ROGERS HAS A COLD -- . .. . .ii .i ii... 1 Jup .Munin niui-itimuuv ii " "" winner, which wns&rldden b. Jockey WIImiii, across the wire. U..i.iintl fl' niiHii i" ; ,, . .. . .... r.i'i. ....'. .. 1,'lll.sr (.III,. IUr lnur-ir.-."'. " - wnr I rllmlnn W 'I"'1' " 'i""!";" i Jni Muimi I't. V,l",y--' ft't ..'Tni.li .lJV?. v... . Mnv When. Autouifttle Heel, t anu " - -j. -- j. i Tedays Developments at National Capital nt rrt (! iw l lin nn,.,. f,.,,,,, .ii, ,.i.,.i ' eays ncuorie ei niiicss nuvc accn iKlTrW,leUnr,H,.,r.h, 'ftfc I rlU-uf-f .I.IHIT..S., t in the 'piVu , Greatl Exaggerated fraudulent misappropriation of partner, nuurter. . l",1, -,,P"L1.'. !,BS. 0)''.. ." -l. I Judge Bogers snld today reports of ship money nml fruudi.lenc in keeping ."'j; 'I:". , ,r. ,7, 'V ;?rr, J, 't J' " ! his illness bine been greatly exngger- !! Te!. "u' .raiSln.'t,'!'" W!terrmi in "toil. He bus cold, but otherwise Is of tlie Crawford County Grund Jun ,m'S nm.;t.iu.ii. wus reported. in tiptop conuuien. no saiu. Following upon thu clesun, .,f'ti. " The report gullied currency ' fenlliiurd en l'ace gjp' C'luin One Walker D. Hlnes told the Inter stute Commerce Commission that mil mil read earnings nre tee low te admit of general rate reductions. Senater Kcn.uin, of Iowa, nnmed by President Hurdlng te be United Stntea Circuit Judge. i uniiu or ionueuuivi(ie two concerns in this city today closed their doers anil aiiueiiuccd the appointment of icceiv erslilps. They ure the Siinplev Mnnn fncturing Company, makers of automo bile bodies, and the Walter J. Pees Company, dealeis In farm Implements und furm accessories. BIG ORE DOCK BURNS Princess Matolka Returns te N. Y New Yerk, Jan. .'tl. (By A. P. The steanislnii Tiineess Muteikn, which wns disabled at sea Sunduy during the heavy gule, passed into qiinmiitluu to day under her own power. She wus 100 miles off the const en her wny te Danzig when her rudder broke, dn because of his aliseiue from Cit Hall. There was no session of his ceuit u. the iiilendar, and lie decided te remain home for tlie day. tiik .ten iev am: looking nm may Iki round In th llvlp Wantd columns en pa be 21 lrti Great Northern Plant at Allouez, Wis., Destroyed Less $2,000,000 Superior, U., Jun .'11. B A. P.) A spectacular tire ut the Great Net th em ere dm k Nn - lit Allouez, a siibuili, which for n tune threatened ether .in, . decks, was oieught under control mil ester- today through combined efforts .,f Su. perler firemen und u ure from Du. liitli. The less mnv reach SI'.OUU.UOO. Tlie lire started last night finm an unknown cnuse. The deck wus of weed construction und burned rupidh. Se intense wus the hent that ice in Luke j The pact which provides for the dii dii eusien of dsnited questions among the j great nations will prevent smnll sources I of iiiternntinnnl Irritiitien from becom ing unduly Important. Wnrs in the pa-t hnve sprung from international suspicion nnd distrust which finnies up ever some dispute which is itself in the beginning miner und capable of settle ment. I'nder the urrahcements reached nn one of the great Powers will feel thnt ' any ether great Power is building ships. arming or fort if ing ngainst itself. Had Furepe pisesi.ii some such nssiirnnce as this In the eiirs preieding 1P14 the great wnr might have been averted. At i any inte, se far ns the cuuses of war 'are understood at the present moment, the agreements rencheil here deal with I them mere ndenuntelv thnn they have 'ever been denlt with m the past. In that I sense the Cnnferenie murks n new era ! in weild history. j ' Snbmariifes Net Oflenshe 1 And this I suid diplte the failure te ire.Kh nn agreement limiting suhmnrines and niririift. tlie se-called pew in- struniMits ,if warfare. Se far ns can he -een new. neither submarines nor nir ernfi are offensive weapons as nnieng tin' great Powers. The nin be ns between powers lying close together like these of Furepe. The submarine or the airplane In the hands of any ether Furnpenu Power may hn nn offensive weapon 'iiriinst Fugland, lut as between Fnglui'il nnd I lie Fnited States or tlie Fnited States nnd Japan t!ic nre net new offensive wenpens. That is te se, it s difln-iilt te con cen cie of nny one of tb,.e Powers il-i-lnnng wnrupen the ..t Ii.m n the bnsls of a superierit in Mibm-iiine or planes is nnv one of them might have In the inist mi the basis of -uperiei it; m capi ta' ships. Mil' li will be made in the Senate de Imle of the price which (be Fnited States has paid te bring ulemt the end of wnriike (ompetltlep anienK the great Powers and n relief from tin; Mispicien and liestillt of the pn-t. " I'. S. Sacrillcw .Most She has paid tnenvthnn either Kng h,nd or .Inpiui.ilt Is ins te preve thnt both gain mere thnn tins country does by tl e' limitation of iiinul urmanient end tlie muintetinnce of the status quo regarding tort llicat Ions In the Pnclfic. I think (his wns inevitable. Whenever the tiiulntennnce of thu status quo is adopted, the rlbing Power makes the sacrifices. The established Powers are the gJlneis. The Fnited States is , ilsing Power In thn Pacific, for the first tune leull) turning her attention there tcneiisl. Gient Iti it ui it und Japan ure isiuhiished Powers in these wuters. The potent lullties of Fnited Htutt luiillniiisl un I'use rilirni, Culninn t)mt Superior wns melted for a considerable ''f'y.'Vf Ji'V V? W'!?':'' v!,u " lUtiiMcn nl ui H. ..,,!.. '" loeklnit for la In tha ler Hale column te- instance aueut tlie structure. rty He page 23 ami 21. .dv, 'r-t vtll I 'I'll Ml ml ',0J rH 7 . . jMP' i: i i' S j2 'a tii. KvVi auI2l iftij-, , T- -i, , K J.Tffr t.iiW. 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