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STOKO.WSKI MEETS HIS DAUGHTER
PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922
Published Dally Except Sunday. subscription Trie 10 a Tear by Mall.
, Copyright, 1022. by Public ledger Company
orchestra, rushed up the gangplank
of the Aqultanla last night In
New Yerk and wis Introduced for
the first time te his daughter
Senla, who was born in Londen
last Christmas. Mrs. Stokewskl
.Is shown holding Senla while the
father gazes at a new page In life.
Senla is a remarkably geed sailor,
'.V nrfthnp! VOX McCAIN
iWuvftWr. Feb. 4. The long px-
sicted report en the survey of the Phll
letlphla school system will .be made
MMIc within thirty dnys.
iJt Isn't going te "slam" any. in
ilrldual or set of Individuals. That
frn't Dr. Theina-i E. Finegan'a way of
doing things. It will, however, hit
W conditions e pretty swltt wallop.
ThreC'feurtlis of the report en the
inrrey has already . been read and
erltlcizetl by the Beard of Education
at Philadelphia and returned te Harris-
,: TKj remainder la new in the hands
f members of the beard.
There has been a frank and exceed
agly Interesting exchange of comment
nd criticism between Philadelphia nnd
V Leng Repert Cut Down
?;Therc are between 1000 and 1100
arts of typewritten copy in the report.
finflnally there were 2300 pages. This,
if, careful editing and the elimination
M Mtraneeus matter, has been reduced
-.lit la the greatest and most imper-
lUt public school survey ever mad In
Its united Stutes.
It la constructive entirely and net
letter ami build up rattier tnan te tear
' Frem the first this survey, which Dr.
Fttttfan volunteered te make without
art te the Heard of Education, have u
lite of the expense of publication, has
MM in the hands of three men, umeng
p biggest in tneir uue in tne country,
Dr. Geerge M. 'Withers, Superlh ten
ant of Schools in St. Leuis, and re-
wtly elected Dean of the Scheel of
Education iu thu University of New
fork. He is u specialist in primary
Dr. Themas 11. Brlggs, of the Uni
tnlty of Colerado, u leading uuthnrlty
a country and secondary education.
Dr. Herbert S. Wert, Superintendent
t Schools of Hechcstcr, N. Y., who
neng educators Is regarded a an ex
ft In educational finance.
Field Surveyed Carefully
The force engaged has embraced an
wage of forty Individuals, as re-
ud, during the progress of the work
Ne one who ever taught In rhlladcl-
Uaerwub engaged in any way in con-
tttlen with itb educational system wu
oplejed. Dr. Fincgnn wuntcd no pre-
meeived ideas and no prejudices cx-
The two meit vital points considered
'the survey ure:
The management of the school system
i It relates te a central Beard of Cen-
li and the nliysical conditions of
oeoi houses, play areas and environ-
t of thche buildings.
Jfwl of the school system of this,
third city In the country, is a vltul
ill i ",,s. "i'iea i the most
Knlng nnd lllumlnntlng wny.
There are but two methods of direc
m and supervision, where n central
ay w concerned nn appointive beard
an elective beard.
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DAY AHEAD OF TIME TO DAD STOKOWSKI
9 POWERS ADOPT
Libn'rickitis Is Here Tqday;
Fans'tt Be Happy Tonight
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Only a Line Is tyeeded te Win ONE HUNDRED
DOL.LAR Prize Offered Each Day.
Try It Yourself
Agreement Approved Embodies
Reet's Four Points and
ACTED UPON AT PLENARY
SESSION OF ARMS ENVOYS
Pekin Agrees Net te Alienate
Any Portion of Chinese
CUSTOMS PACT ACCEPTED
Conference Winding Up Far
Eastern Questions Prepara-
, tery te Adjournment
Mrs. Stephens and Baldwin
Worker Avoid Curious Crowds
by Secret Ceremony
Freedom Frem Politics Urged
Freedom of the public school system
m politics and political Inlluences Is
pat desideratum. Hew best can
! be accomplished?
fhe present Beard of Education is an
pentivc body, chosen by a prcsuma
r unbessed and politically free judi-
hanging the system te cleeti(m f
8 mi Bourd of Contre1 bJ' tllQ PcI'le
llu.co?.lre1 ?y,Pu"y bosses.
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a day rc6ular municipal Elec-
lm ,Iftve te Alter Constitution
mtl ,l a, .dny Parents, as they came
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OFF FOR MOTHER'S HOME
Tsew Yerk. Feb. 4. Mrs. Marlen1 Ream
Stephens. Chicago heiress, and Anns
tnse Andrcvltch ATonsIatskey-Vonslat-'XiRusiuanivorkinan.
phia, were quietly. - nlmest Becretly,
married nt 8 'ocleck last nUht in the
Husslnn Cathedral of St. N'lchelas.
The wedding hed been publicly an
nounced for i o'clock this afternoon.
Tlicre had been no announcement of
nny change in the wedding plans. Ne
one outside of the wedding purty, of
about it dozen, knew that the wedding
nnu tiiKcn piace.
As seen as the ceremony wns com
pleted, Mr. and Mrs. Vensintsky, It Is
reported, departed immediately for the
home of the methrr of the bride, Mrs.
rtermnn II. Ileam, in 'Jhoinpsenville,
There they U1 spend their honey
moon, after which they will go te
their modest home In Ridley Park te
live. As Anustnt.c nsked for only a
few ilnjs' Ipiijie from his work In the
chemical department nt thu Baldwin
Locomotive Works, nt Eddystone, the
couple are expected te reach Philadel
phia early next week.
Immediately nftei the wedding,
Father Lcenidns Pcrkevitch. who per
formed the ceremony, denied himself te
all callers en the grounds that he was
fatigued, nnd net even the names of
the wedding guests could be obtained.
That plnns were rapidly being
changed iu the Stcphcns-Venslatsky
romance was foreshadowed by the
events et yesterday. First of all, Anas
taw, who had planned te urrlve here
yesterday afternoon, received a tele
gram from his bride-te-be marked
"urgent." As n result he hurried from
his bed In the Chester Y. M. C. A. nnd
reached here nt 2 o'clock yesterday
Then 'Mrs. Stephens slrpped quietly
out of thu Chatham lintel und went te
tue iiemn ei nor nretuer, Nerman l
Daughter of Twe Famous Mu
sicians Has Passport Prov
ing Her Past Blameless
LACK OF HAIR STIRS FATHER
Till a Staff Correspondent
New Yerk, Feb. a. '"Senla shall be
a musician eny.lf hermbilitles dictate:'
v ""i wwii in uiapBiie-DS'iieniuiy uni
nappy in life."
With ncr baby daughter in 'her arms,
Mrs. Leepold Stokewskl. wife of tin;
conductor of the Philadelphia Orches
tra and herself a famous lililiilste. steed
in the deer of her cabin after the stcam
Milp Aqiiltniiiii had been wnrped Inte
her deck at New Yerk last night und
waited for her husband te ceme te her.
He sprang up the gangplank ahead of
every one else and in u moment had
swept into his arms the wife that Iip
adores and the daughter whom he hud
Fer a few minutes the reunited fiinw
ily Mere oblivious te ull else but thcln
linPliliicss. Then the tiny princess of
the Stokewskl household was placed In
a commanding position in the berth,
where her father could feast his eyes
mho lias been th most wonderful
sailor, said her mother preudlj. a
she smoothed the nillnu-. "Wn Im.T
an nbomliiable passage. Mether was
runny in, anil every one felt it.
Lvcry Olid but Sun In Hint lu dm n.
the only pnsseuger en the bout who wus
"She seems net te have very much
hair, observed the fathpr reverently.
pussmg uu experimental linger ever the
top et her small hed.
Proof of Blameless Pnst '
"And she has elaborate papers te
prove she has never been In jail, and
ether things," Mrs. Stokewslk put In.
Ihey arc necessary, you knew. What
drove me wild was the thought that
Senla papers cost only four and one
half pounds, while thn papers for n
By the Associated Presn
Washington, Feb, 4. The Arms
Conference moved swiftly toward its
close today wlth h sixfh plcnnry session
at which was formally nppreved the
general Far Eastern treaty rc-stntlng
the policy of the open deer and nfflnn
ilng anew the territorial Integrity of the
old Celestial tuition the dream of her
poeplo slnoe the numerous encroach
ments by foreign Towers begnn jeurs
The new treaty for revising the Chi
nese tariff also wns adopted and the wny
was cleared for nnethcr nnd final plen
ary session Monday when President
Hnrding will mark the end of the history-making
Conference with nn ad
dress. The approval of the Far Eastern
Ireaty was given en a rellcall of the
nine Powers without n word of dis
cussion. Similar procedure was tuken
iu the adoption of the customs treaty. '
The text of the Far Eastern treaty
followed closely and in some places
Identically the language of the resolu
tions previously ndepted en the subject
JJyi?,tUaKCenference.lt embodied the.
"i ur imutiiiim ucshiu me open
He's here again!
The Llmpln' Llm'rlck bug invades
Philadelphia today for a return attack
of . the 'most irresistible disease that
eve spread ever n helpless city.
Ne use te take measures te resist
him : it can't be done.
And, once'he stings you, you won't
want te get well.
It's great te be crazy. And it's
greater te be a Llmpln' Llm'rlck fan.
But, after all, they're much the same
New-, .folks ; here's the dope. We're
going te de it just us we did n year age.
i'.very-tlay we'll print the first four lines
of a limerick. It's up te you te supply
the Inst line.
it Tu1 Per80 who supplies the last
line- that the judges consider best, will
cive a .check for ONE HUNDRED
The limericks will be judged each day
y Ya,r,.eu'' iatles selected In industrial
establishments, stores, societies, clubs,
nnd organizations of all kinds. That
method was found most satisfactory in
the last contest and it makes it impos impes impos
sible for any favoritism te be shown.
J.he last lines are printed en ballets
with no names or addresses. The juries
vote. en the merits or the lines and noth
New, Just a few words te guide you
throughout the contest.
Everything that could possibly be
ald about limericks and tne methods
of conducting such a contest was said
at length during our last competition.
Therefore no questions will be
Ne telephone wills, letters or per
sonal calls en the Limerick Editor
will be permitted. Please remember
that. This rule will be' rigidly en
forced. The awards of the jury will be ab
solutely final and net open te discus
sion. Pretty Profitable Writing
At ONE Hl'NDRED DOLLARS u
line the winners of the Llm'rlck con
tests can claim te he among the high
est paid literary people lu the world.
A last line seldom contains mere than,
eight words, and at that rate it means'
$11!.50 a word. That heats Kipling or
Roosevelt or any of the.se kifeu-nrlced
And think of the funic that gees with
it! .lust win one piie, und everybody
In Mevie Mystery
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Latest Clue Alse Links Anether
Director With Tayler's
Continued en I'nice KIsMrrn, Column. Four
INSANE BY ATTACK
"YeurHusband's Dead," Shouts
Stra'nge Caller at Heme, Then
Binds and Gags Her
FOUND LOCKED IN CLOSET
Presented by Hughes
The treaty was presented by Chair
man Hughes shortly nfter tlf plenai
besslen open ill lOlIH) A. M. for thu
linul acts of the history-making events
of the Conference, which consumed
exactly twelve weeks.
A declaration bv China net te alien
ate any portion of her territory wus
put en the Conference record.
Then the Chinese tariff trcntv was
presented by Senater L'ndcrwood.'eliiiir L'ndcrweod.'eliiiir L'ndcrwoed.'eliiiir
inun of the committee thut drafted it.
A resolution wns unaninienslv mlimtivl
which wns designed te provide proced
ure for dealing with ciuustlens tlmt.
might arise in connection with the exe
cution of previsions of urtielcs of the
Chlnese general treaty relating te the
open uoer policy ana conduct of the
It provides that n Beard of Reference
be established in China te which any
questions arising might be referred for
investigation and lepert. It also stipu
lated that the special conference pro
vided for In the treaty relating te Chl Chl
neeo customs tariff shall formulate for
approval of the Powers concerned a de
tailed plan for the constitution of the
Assent of nil Powers also wns plven
te the resolution declnring en the part
Mrs. Lillian Leng, twenty-three, at
tacked last night by n stranger who
called ut her home, 5720 Osage nvenue,
and bound nnd gagged her and locked
her In n closet, Is mentally unbalanced
today ns a result of the experience,
i She was found two hours nfter being
locked up by her husbnnd. Jehn Leng,
when he returned from work. She had
been told by the stranger that her hus
band was dend, and the two hours of
agony while locked in the closet Is
thought te bnve unbalanced her wind.
one nwtMi.ra er rusiwnw wnen no
found her. But lutcr last evening she
Lecame hysterical and began te rave.
A physician was called nnd after
his treatment she passed a peaceful
night, but broke into hysterics again
tins morning. Hue is unable te recog receg
liicz her husband.
She luy in her room sobbing, "Oh.
sine me! Oh, spare me!"
Mrs. Leng can recognize no one, nor
can she recall new anything that hup
Told Her Story
"lleferu her mind was affected she told
the story of the meeting with the strange
caller, te her husband short) after fie
found her last night.
She told her husbnnd that a man,
full of statute, blonde and wearing a
black overcoat, appeared at the deer
of her home about 4 :15 o'clock yester
When she answered the bell and faced
the stranger she was met by the blunt
usscrtteu from him: "Your husband is
Shocked by this news Mrs. Leng said
she began te cry and placed her hnnti
kerchief ever her eyes. As she did the
man placed a burlap wick ever her head
nnd dragged her Inte the house.
He fragged her and then wound a rone
about her hands and feet, und tied the
burlap sack ecr her head.
Then he tool; her upstnlrs nnd locked
POPE NOT ELECTED
IN MORNINGS VOTE
.MISS CLAIRE WINDSOR
Beautiful screen star with whom
William I). Tayler, sliiln film ill.
rector, was recently friendly. She
was said te be absent from Les
Angeles yesterday. Net long age
it was reported she was engaged te
Cardinal Mistrangele, of Flor
ence, Said te Be Leading
as Balloting Proceeds
SICK PRELATE RECOVERS
By the Associated Press
Reme, Feb. 4. Auatber ballet for
the election of n successor te Pepe Ben
edict was taken by the cenelnyg of tin;
Sacred College this meinlnz, bnLwith- '
out result, no candidate r"cel-liig the
nccessary two-thirds limjerltj.
4 INJURED IN BUS CRASH;
DRIVER GIVEN 3 MONTHS
Passengers Testify He Was Drunk
When Car Hit Pele Near Camden
After an accident this -nernlng In
which four persons were Injured. Wil
bcrt Jenkins, driver of a Camden nuto nute
bus, was sentenced te three months In
the ceunlj Jul! for driving while drunk
by Recorder Stackhouse today.
Thoc injured in the accident ere:
Mis- Kilnu Duiiglicrt), thirty-five
eiirs old, Westmont, injured nbeut the
Clarence Andersen, twenty-four year-
old. Collingswood, injuries te legs and
Willium C. Norten, Westmont, back
.Mrs-. Oscar Hunt. 227 Lnkeview ave
im:. Collingswood, both unklcs injured.
Jenkins operates a bits from the
Market street termlnnl. He left there
this, morning with eighteen passengers.
In Federal street near Carmen, his car
ran into u pest and was badly damaged.
Pnssfiigi'is caused his arrest, sajing he
was drunk. Jenkins denied It.
STILL EXPLOSION IGNITES
DPffllll 1(1 II til Willi f ...... l. !- , . m imm ..... ..
ehimmy of Tie Siti .' ."". '" I MUML; fULlUt SAVt FAMILY
before 12 o'clock
wus in seslen. shertij
Tlin nvnnr.t.mf ,........, l'.. AllcCied Owner Of Mnnmthlne In.
J "..!:'. L'nBt.,l",-v f.r,".u lh- moment the' naratus Burned Flahtlna Flr
I.-l WISOK SMOIVI.fl tli..1tn.f.l,.nki 1... .1... i ' - ' " w
einiiii ni ,. i. .."' I he explosion of u whisky still, nollce
the telltale dark color which Indicated I ?"' '.'J"! tStt,,,I'"lT oflelln Gerr
that their had been no choice ' ' ' ey. '.' ht. David s street, early
AccerdliiL' te i. ..'.! x- this morning. . He was severely burned
Agenci. before the Im'llmf.n nJ V. .. ''bout the hands arid face and was sent
Mimed mass was . elebr..in..i iT. i. . ' ."T ,",'(,' "espitai in the police
tine ( I,,,,,,.! ,lt ) .;W o'clock thu morn mern
inB,,w ',"' " "' carlimils pies.-nt.
Cardliiiil .Aliirinl. it was milled, hail re
covered MiUiiiiuil r,m hi, lnes.s te
A lepert was ciiculateil ,u 11 o'clock
this morning thnt t!. choice of a new
I "PC had been reached by the conclave.
This was based en a rumor that no
feed had been ordered for further ses-
niuns et rue cardinals.
The stlll was ligged up te a gas
niirncr in nn iiiiiiiroem. iteniuuey and
his lainllj were asleep ill the
RUMOR BEAUTIFFUL GIRL
MISSING AT tes ANGELES
Many Noted Stars Are te Bt
Quizzed at Inquest en
REAL NAME DEANE-TANNER
Stories of Drug Orgies in Whieh
, Victim Toek Part Told
By the Associated Press
Les Angeles, Feb. 4. Mystery rmr.
rounding the sheeting te death in his
Hollywood home of William Desmond
Joyler. motion-picture director, whose
true name, it Is alleged, wus William
JJcatie tanner, remained unsolved te-
Police working en the case since the
body ,vu feum, Th!Jr,j ,
calmed however, tbey possessed a
number of possible clues and that sua-
uSedUrfe '- d'-lfkewtsr.
able0,!?' Wlth iOMy as the preb.
the ,ie,.pH.:.r: :..? "A?. WU3 acruuaua,-T-s-'-
led l, "'"". lllu mere tney were
led te adhere te their original theory!
Suspected Girl Missing
i. i ,at?f,t roeUo-n-picture actress te '
E1"'" the investigation, sa" at
date mv!naV? bcen 'nateiy asso asse
ciatcd wiUi JTuyler, was jald te be out
of the city, but the police gave no intl-
&," the whereabouts of the
ciliecter whose name was Ilnkd.iVk
hers in tin. .tnri .i., , '"?.? ?lth
extend ng ever several hours ""Tv-i
l,.,"'" efforts were being made -
tlH. .iiffl.cera t Ieca,c the acts "nd
;''' .'"rector, It was understood the
et Lull? H t0 ,t,, '""""Batlen would
net caiise them te relax their senrM, fn-
;;'.,? ,.-1.Sttn,s: Ta'lr' former butl
,.. 1 1- . ..i ' '."" ."' t i")'ur 1
when the explosion occurred ut 3:1B Pit Stn.! tee Z " ? . ?dd
chick. i ipwrtPi. t .i:: r. ""-r www
rlf.WrteH t""r:Cl "" "ru tO DC
(..'ilinl,P. ulmin thn iinlinn ,i.n,.., riM.;., "Ul" "-' army.
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owned mu iui, mix wiui uuncs jje k
!r ii'fiu ttmri ti'iml In tt f lmil I.
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flames. ,,.:, i.. 7. ,. '"-Ju""'unce and com-
in resruing members of the familv. dctuie ,,c tressc I , ? u f moUo? meUo? moUe?
r,,.i: .Her.. ..rc tl. ...in i -,.'''"'- "Ciresscs, I MCI 111 1 1 il l' nmnnv l,
t. . . . : -"' i piac v4.-v.w.vv. inc ."'UU, UI1U UIU I lllfsf lihntn t. ,. . . . " -v..w
i rentes nueiit he atlcan who are' found ten gallons of mash and live gal- Mllil i Li' r,f -ve,am1' Marlr
net tufting nnr In the inm.lnv.. ....i.i Imi. nf mIiKLi. h -uncb .Minter and Claire Windser.
the, out his cIesp ucqutnintance ami ml
that such a quick election would point Damage te tin- house is estimated ut
w me I'niiice ei c aniiiuil liaspanl, who evuu.
under the late I "
LOST IN GERMAN MARKS,
of China that she will net alienate nny i her in a small closet. As seen as she
part of her .territory. recovered from the shock of the sudden
Underwood Explains Tariff Pact I n.ttnclc f110 Ei!" te. peuml "P"" t,,e
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llli41'l I ilUf-lU.iU WHS IISIttMl V
Chairman Hughes te discuss prevision's
et the Chinese turtit treaty. The Seu
''"ilPL.0." ?.""' ? law lHirsnhl It mlglu Vwra unni.e mnlv
East Ninety-fourth street. ' ..'... " l". rcb',ccl- ' Mime that the Ceiifcicnre, after icceg-
vnf" Ti i i t V i b0mpll,lnS te nlzliig the territeilal integrity of China,
"i i. I iiiinur solicitously, suniiiii engage iu n compact en a de
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Ceatluiird en Vuttieur iZi
" tour, Column six
r'le Evening Public Ledger's
reviews which uamllv
The brlibj-elect met her ilnucce and they
went en a sight-seeing tour or the city
In one of the busses, stepplug ut the
The ceuplu remained in the cathedral
half nn hour, while detectives remained
outside. When they lift Mrs. Stephens
brushed a group of would -be Interview
ers uslde nnd taking Anustnse by the
arm hurried with him toward Fifth ave
nue, where they took a bus northward.
Anastusc had seemed in n talkative
mood, and when they emerged from the
cathedral he started te chat with news
paper men. But .Mrs. Stephens, who
leeks much younger than her confessed
ferty-llvu years, silenced her twenty-tlirco-ycnr-eld
llnnce quickly by a mut
tered expression of disapprobation In
After that both Father Pcrkeviteh
mid Nerman Ream, brother of the
bride, ihnlcd that they knew of any
changu In the wedding nlnns.
The bride hnd prevleuslj expressed I
oDjcciien te mu wiuu uticniien that
wus being paid te the romance, und it
is thought that the time of thn corn.
nieny wns advanced te avoid the crowds
that would bnve thronged ubept the
The tomance which developed se rap
Idly in the last few days stirred so
ciety from the moment of Its vuluntary
disclosure by the principals. It murks
the union et a Baldwin Locomotive
Werk-; amploje with one of the heirs
of the Ream estate of some "840,000,000.
Mrs. Venslutsky was recently con
firmed In the Russlun Chinch, and
'Father Pcrkeviteh explained that it wan
net neccssury for her te 'be baptized at
Continued en Pane 1'enr. Column Scfn
MOTHER DEAD, LONELY MAN
TAKES OWN LIFE WITH GAS
Bereaved Bacheler Found Today
With Tube In Meuth
Because, thu death of his mother made
his bachelor life mere lonely, Michael
.V.",8' ..''." I""1"'". Wty-twn years old
.11.1 ljisker street, committed suicide
last night by inhaling gas. His bedv
was found this morning in a room I nit
house lit 104 Mifflin street. re(m"lll
Lug ish had bccfi acting strangelv
since last December when his mother
died, according te his brother, C I
English. The two .brothers lived' to
gether In the Tusker street heuse. T.nst
night at supper Michael remarked that
he would never cat another nivul HK
brother thought nuthlni- of ,i... i.
ut that time.
M.'&,i,er OT MCm'l went te the
"""" ""r" iieuse, w'liere i.
mestic question. anil that it might Icul
te u misunderstanding if no explana
tion wele offered.
Delegates te the Conference. Senater
45 "QUO VADI8" LIONS SAVED
Hamburg; Feb. 4. (By A. 1.)
Forty-live liens used by the Hageii
beck circus in its "Que Vadls" spec
tncle, threatened with starvation when
their cars were abandoned in the
f i eight yards hern at tlie beginning of
the railroad strike, have been rescued
by the Technlsche Nethllfe, a relief
organization. A number of the uul
imtU were transported te the municipal
k.nTIi',i ThlM mernlB no was found
5 E c tf.X n bed, with rubber
BURGLAR ATTACKS GIRL
Seuth Orange Police Seek Assailant
of Child Twelve Years Old
Seuth Orange, N. .1., Feb. 4.-(Bv
A. I. ) -A general nlnrm i.,.u if i..
.. h- i, n ".:: :' "." 'i.
if Tt "" "." " a twenty-s lx-yeAr-eld
Nesre who nttnekn.i ,tii.,r?!.
old Caedn Ash. daughter of iVavlii Vr I lnnKC? . 1!ln".11 ,,a"ff S1S0. Her
Ash, a New Yerk m hIiipm mSn ,,,!' wl'iT1" '", the nborntery Is I)r. O. J.
Ileil with what valuables he could II S.h,wVUnacr wll0W hl,U W0I'kL'd (U,rln
iu the house. , ilVi
une poice said the girl told t,0,1
n.u .. uiuiia hi no upartmcut when
she was surprised by the Negro who
threatened her with a revolver ad
forced her te accompany him about the
house while he gathered u the loe .
He then stacked her. nh ,iv.i.i '
said hi) remembered nothing mere'untll
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MARGARET SHOBER NAMED
Society Girl Will Be Technical As-
slstant in Philadelphia Hospital
Miss Murgnrct Shober. (laughter of
Mrs. Jehn B. SKebcr. of 2021 De Lancey
street, has bcen uniielntcd tcclmlenl us'.
slstant in thp Inboruterv of the Phila
delphia Hospital for Contagious Dis
eases. Her work will Include the prep,
arntien of vaccine, antitoxins and test
When asked why she had rnr-ni-,..! in
the uiiusunl work, Miss Shober snld :
"My interest in laboratory work was
attracted during the war. Later I re
new ed my studies, and I have new been
at them for nbeut three jears.
"I de net intend te make laboratory
work my life mission. It is reiiiu- n..i,.
n, pastime, mixed with n desire 'te be
in run in.-, i Duuu remain ncre nueut a
"What will I de then? I de net
knew. The work interests me and
keeps me occupied, and for that icasen
I like being In the laboratory."
Miss Shober net only steed at the
head of the list of applicants for the
pest, but wns the only woman who
passed the examination.
Her salary is $IH10 u jeur nnd the 10
ncr cunt iiuewci uv lie r r ui, ii.
turned he heard the pounding nnd hur
ried te the second fleer.
Opening the deer his wife fell te the
fleer in front of him.
Wlfe Threatened Before
But he became pressed for fuuds
nnd had te find a job. He obtained
wer hand the du ybeferc :xcw Venr's
there was u' mysteiieus caller who
threatened his wifi
He belli cs thut both Calls were from
the same strikers and it was done in
un effort te lntimldute him te cease
. When Mrs. Leng became uncontrel
Iuble last night Dr. .1. II. Man, 21S
ixiri i r. g iicentu stren. uns nu,,, i..
He said tin woman was suffering from
a mental disease, induced ry some men
tal strain. A hypodermic brought a
peaceful night for thu woman.
A trained nurse has been placed In
the home, nnd uld Is being elven In-
neighbor. Mrs. Leng suircred no vio
lence ether than hut lug been bound and
At about 4 o'clock this morning Mrs.
Leng began raving again. Although
confined te her bed, her sobs and means
cun be heard in all parts of the house
Police of the Thlity-eighth district
nre working en the case.
When the stranger called be l.n.i
mumbled something te Mrs. I.e-ig nbeut
getting her picture. Mr. Leng believes
he wanted the picture te show ns nmnt
thut he had called ut the I. mi!- 1mm.,
He suspects the man hud been emuleied
te frighten his wife.
TWO BARNS DESTROYED
was Secretary of State
Feed Restricted After 'I luce Days
According te custom, the supplj of
feed sent In te the (ardluuls while In
conclave is lestrlctcd after thev have
sat tlii-c- dajs. and after hw dnjs they
nre serwd nothing but bicud, wine iinil
Doubt as li the color of the smoke
signals from the chlmiiej of the Sistiue
Chapel jeslerday morning mused semp
confusion. The eagerness with whicn
the throngs assembled befme St. Peter's
acted upon the failure of the signul
tHiipi-i-i; in ri'ieni no icsuir, was
FATHER HANGS HIMSELF
Ends Life in Sixth Street Heme
When Unable te Ge In Business
Less of his ravings through invest
ment lu (tcriuuu marks, it was ex
plained teiht. wus one of the causes
of the suicide, of Abraham Lichen
btiiini, fin t. six. of lim Seuth Sixth
strict, wlie hanged himself .st ni-ht
Licheiibaunrh body was found Hanging
in a (loeiwui en the thin! fleer of the
mm,.- i, f.iiiiui-i cousin, who also Hi
Tlieught Him Unwed
At variance with the opinions of
V h.?M?,,,,h0 WM P"S by MarV
Mil.'s Muter, him actress, that Tayler
daughter. bCCn """ J WS
ileweier. official search of Tayler's
safety deposit box in a bank here.5 dis?
te1 l'Vvr !.' I"n from the daughter.
Jinniercni'ck. N. Y.
Jt is lielieied the illre.i.iu e.i
esriite i..it..n.i ..k v.v.. ., wiiiru
.Ian- ctresses Clese Frlen.l.
n,iM.!,'is V,n'1",,u' ly "aid te have ad.
nutted, as did Nnvn c:,.i.i,. T:
i rp ..!.. 7.7.Z ' .--".
., "ciieied the director's entire
-ate value, at approximately $60,.
n?iV h,?3"'! h'1 hy !l ""lrrh of the di.
esit box, will go te the daughter.
evidence that the pepulai e would net there. Him actress, that Tayler oncehed been
have been surprised at an election cm u Lichenbuuin was cut down und Dr ' ,I,"saB.Pi1 te )lcr- whiI Ml Mlntcr nlsa
the first hullo. Insfi,eient tow. it.s- As,er B.;lliik. ,f v.'.V.i Smith Sixth i Mll' fe 'iae enjoyed the director v
seems, iis inlMid with the straw in1 htre?t. scut for Hut th un was dead de friendship at one title It w!
which the b.Iets wue buined. thN I , . Lu lieiibuiim s s,,,,. Mux. said tedaiOn,y n wct'k b',f,,re his death hewerer
resulting in light s,vl , ,. S,B( f his father had invested ubeut .s.Mie , ' according te .Miss Windser's n wtffS'
el"''""'- .riimn imiik. ..,ni , ,.,! I10I , that the latter took her Orst au emn'
Discretion icigns M,pr,.,,. l.eth inside ,,1".,'ll1 an xn.-i-ti-.l adiaiue te go into bile rule and dinner with Tayler Thn
and outside He ittf. uu. Ne inkling, ," 1h'"?s- HV '":' "'"I'J '' f tlm l"'H-e plan te inteiview- Mis-s WiniW
aside from the smoke puffs, may be " mcj'- , j 1' ''"ath of Liiheiibaum's as ,a.y I, ,vc the ether nctrelreS lii
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Centluiif.1 ei, rue, reur. Column hU "despondent " '"'L """ ,".,.?, V,.,.,' I"'ss"" -,I"s. as been
. . " s" '' "ns from a trip Inte the
. . tiunti wl.eie she Is snid te be "en
UYFRSON W THNNINGS, HOTTZT. MAN. PIFS
KvciTeii W. Jcnirnsi. hotel owner, died ni G qlcb'l. t'l's.u nn
hip, nt his, home, rsl Brynu stiect. Mount Aiiy. II 's d-ath w is
rr.cxjjcctc 1. He had Ken nt his. place of husiiuss t e ('ays ,ii,,.
.Tie u '& hcvcuty-thiee years old.
I0RD BUYS LINCOLN MOTOR CO. FOR f3.OOQ.OOs.'
t. xepicscntntl-eF of Hemy rrid tei'nv
At the Mart of the wnr Mka S!(,l.-
was udylng abroad. On her return
te Philadelphia, she entered Miss
Irwin's Scheel, from which she was
graduated in 1018. At the close of the
water, she gave up her laboratory work
for u time but later returned te it. She
oirumanie two years age,
en Woodland Avenue
Damaged by Fire
Twe frame burns In the rear of 7000
and 722a Woodland r.ienue unm .i
htreyed and a third barn nearly n block
iiisiauc. iun uuiiiuKcii n.r me last nliri,.
Neighbors prevented nirthcr spreail of
ll. - alstmi Kit fnnmli.n . 1. ..... .
inu iiuiuue u,i tviiiuiuK a iiui-Hiir nrigade
led by Raymond Ostmere, of 72L1) Say-'
brdek avenue, lu the rear of whose
home the third burn is located. n.
properties occupied by Themas Dcmp
scy, at iJJ.l Woodland avenue, ami
Harry KetjUf. 72S5 Woodland avenue
were slightly damaged. 'The damage 1h
estimated at ?3000. ""mage is
1,. , I , 1. . .. i 1. . 1 .
... . . .uv ' -uy em 101 tne pieperty of the Lincoln CJetcr C m.
rt ti',. auctlcn sale held at dhectleu et United Sttitcs Distiict j'ud
Aitht-i J. Tuttle. The bid wns $3,000,000. the lowest fiqui, thu
Ju V Tutlle will accept, according te n jnevieus ninumncciu, ...
TJEVi:TCmCAG0 OFFICIALS INDICTK1)'
CHICAGO. Id). !. Indictments ns.iiuH wvir dinials .,!
' 'unci elfidj.ls et Chicago, dunging vielntn of the c . . . . ,
1-v. tluei-yh .ale, of uibscHptlens te n nelltieal r-.v., 1., ,
- -1- i ' n
11. ..a. :cn nnd tickets te a Alcaic
i.n"((l by Mnyei Wllluni IL.li Tli
a Miiiinl county f.'i:uid jniy.
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STRONG ROBBERS Gi? AWAY
WITH CHOICE LIMBERGER
DM. A I -, .
riuui nmcrictin neese cut en Bias
1 Is Left Behind
As it talus ceiisidfrablu strength te
lift fiity-feni- pounds of lanegated
chcpse, it is believed that at least two
iiien wcie inveied In u wholesale
chcpsp rebber.i euilv this meining from
the cstuWlshment if Clmbruw Brethcrg.
(CO North Seir.nd sticet.
Plain American chei se cut en the
bias und cinl'iiarj Pennsylvania cheese
was net ine'csteil by the thieves who
I were evidently cheese connoisseur.'
Ihey took the artistically perforated
Swcltzcr and seu pal slabs of Llia
liergci, net te mention many pound
of lloquefei t
The cheese was piled Inte n flivver,
which held nut braiely under tha"
DE NICOLA ASKED TO FORM
NEW CABINET FOR ITALY
GIRL ROBBED OF $1000
New Yerk Held-Up Men Scatter
Payroll Over Sidewalk
New Yerk, Feb. 4. Screams of n
young woman, the scattering of money
ever the sidewalk, cries of "sitnn
thief! as a crowd pursued two hold held
up men stirred pedcsttlnns in Times
Square jestcrday afternoon.
Laura Latin, twenty years old, wa
care lug $1000 payroll money from n
bank te the office, when two men came
up te her and tore open the case. Tire
Majority Groups In Chamber
Deputies Urge Acceptance
Reme. Feb. 4. (By A. P.) Tha
OCI7C A nam m-.-. ,
sjuitu t unnLUHUb Ur btbR'KIng has offered the task of fermlnf
n new Culilnet te hnrlce de Nicola;
r's Consign- l,resi(lei't of the Chamber of Dcputlea,
w,,(f e Tlic Intter is iductant te accept, but
nun, na. ,0 is gald te be wavering under the
Pittsburgh Dry Chief Say
ment Was Sent Frem
1 Ittsliiirgh, Feb. 4, Four railroad 1 I,r-"8U'"e. of thu mujeilty groups in the
carloads of beer were seized ywterdavn, I ch'""ber' . ,,
Federni tn,, , '... ' .""' " It Is generally believed, however, that
Braddo ,.t T erniV. mmfM. ' the mfnisterlnl crisis will endure for
Braddock, Latrobe and Trnfferd, nnd eight or ten du)s. Sener Baneml wju
the beer wns removed te Government ,,lu '""' f0ner Premier received by tha
.ln..A 1 -....till. 1 ,-,,, fl.ilni. rnilfernnenu . nun-.l - r
SI v rni In.ulu A 1
"Vl.T, uisirict this -reek.
King during conferences jCHterday, but
lenuer rremiers uienctt, Urlande, Nittf
aim EJU1..1...U uuve eeen invited te aaw
at' the Qulrlnui today,