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f. i"M mu. v THE WEATHER Unsettled and warmer tonight t pog peg tlby some light rain or snow; lowest about 85 degrees; sFrlday fair. MIGHT ii tkmi'kiKthkk at'em'ii niir pr e no jnlim I a I a t 41 closing stock Prices ssiim ii .- K7!I7 lae'l.Tni 1 VOL. VIII: NO. 127 Entered as Hccend-ClRM Jfntlcr nl the Tontemcn nt I'liltftdelphln, Pa . Under I'.ie Act of March. 8, 1H7H PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1922 I'libllnheil Dallv Except Sunday. Hulncrlpllen Price ID a Venr by Mall Copyright, 102:1. by public Iedgr Cempany1 PRICE TW6 CE! TI.E LAST OF THE NORTHERN PACIFIC Lim 'rick Judges Meeting Today for First Verdict Class in English at Temple University Will Decide Which Fan Gets That Initial Hundred Dollars 6ffi-l--l SHOT TAYLOR HI HF CLfflD IR W'm fcr wwA -wAL W ewe 'kr tw r V P r - ... ' , . .i , . , K CUT OFF I FIR MEN LIST ON LIP U BELIEVE WDMi SNYDER RULE COST: FUND FOR RETIRED I TEACHERS $300,000 v..Wl?iv.?'J . . ':.; J ' T -'y .h,. , .... . .A '.yrjyi.'; t'ive.' ' '-.''. zz.r '' - -v . . '.' v .A.'.jf.'.vvi. . -: , .- y. .ti a- a' ' -, ', r ' .. C end Officer of Northern Pa- r ciffc Says Ship Was Seeth- w r.i s Fvi M ing Furnace.in Moment i. THINKS FIRE STARTED NEAF I QUARTERS OF SUN CO. MEr tailors Tried te Reach Them, je but Were Forced te Quit and Launch Beats ;'7 SURVIVORS BROUGHT IN E& Deemed Vessel Drifted Flaming M Fifty Miles Is Hopeless Hulk " en Bettem ' PJt The Admiral liner North Pacific was B". rtd-het fnrnaee when the lire which Rj lent' her te the bottom off Cape May wan ' I Vuifivjca ui luv Ml... --i,t'..u.iift ..ii- iit of Chester, believed (e hove lest ? their lives, could net be reached hyj Snembers -of the crew PJi''That was the statement 'made by A.1 SB. Wilsen, second officer of the ship, tnd watch officer, who discovered tlle, 'jtn, when he and twenty-six ether stir-' K Titers arrived early today at Norfolk, fcsiVi. Kr! ' Tlie four Sun Company cmjdej e, for ! 11 lmtiA nti u nn of niipn 1 t Sail, engineer, fill3 Oder nienuc, this itltr: H. Kruger. engineer, Wilnilng- Bpfftn,- Del. ;" T. J. Heckmnn. Hoi-hester, ,1., unil v . J. Jiniicu, uoencsiei , I I '.Officer Wilsen told nn -Jiwc- (frlnit 'story of sweeping jjereylng. ling, te' Its riiU;rl)WWW?TfJillnr l... "i. . . "iVn.iA . T " I.. Wiw slilns cenipunLipnf;vVl-iiecfc. .. j,i..fi, .. ..'.fti ".::. $ i'l' ' V wHHttt '"-. ' i ''' ibiflBv:' '' ' ii l.fV" v s'4' H ' A 'Xi'sft ''Y-'t '- v':'?9IIIVRH ,: tiHSKKtitemiliiiiL1-?-:' '-'Z' 8 ! W5) ? ; awjri-, i '' ?' V "' . "; ''Vl'-lx'Ay m7S8?WWHll-l H R ll K jfiwS"' ''"'' riPl H fc..-wtfXfft)S. -fiJievv &wA$m$&y I B''i ' "wfeiT 4ll I B iPIrck L.Tr 0l: s ll i-4 -------------- iii-WHHBilHMBl AIM BY PEPPER STIRS DEMOCRATS Ashurst, in Senate, Demands Avowal or Disavowal of Albany Speech Failure te Pay $1,500,000 as Ordered by Assembly Meant ( Less of Interest PJ.AME LACK OF FORESIGHT OF EX-AUDITOR GENERAL By GKORC.H NOX MrCAIN The Teacher' Itetlrrment Kimd lin j en tlf. hallnlN tlmt way, ami by the time low ?.100.(IOO the last year tliat can never he rccewrcd., Kvery school teacher In the Slate is Interested herniise ;very teacher t'nil school empleye i, wtlh.few exceptions, n contributing member of the fund. They give te It every month a cer- .ii!te(l te find out who wretf the win lain sum of money which is deducted "Ing number, nnd whoever it is becomes from their snlnrv nnd forwarded te , :.?..tw!,.n.t.5'.f"u, ''"l1 ,.llp lPtf (nmeup HUH, nuiiiiin or mud in i'litladcipble uuu wuy Hiiinens, Tniliii-'n .l.f. 1ii ,1'lmti lim fiifn nt i ."mi,, r. ill.' ii,! , (. i..' i'i " the first I.lm'rick fniif m being decided. . I'ii nt Temple tJiilverslty, the class I.. I.1.... 11.1. ..11.. I.. I. ..1. ....! .... II... .. jii i.jiKiinii riir lit .iiiiiKiiiriii .mi uiu i. n bet Inst lltie-i submitted te our Llmnln I.lm'rick Ne. 1, printed en Saturday, nnd decldi'H which of the ten 1h te re- eive the prize, of ONI3 Hl'NDUKD IJDLI.AHS. Nobody him the sllghtet idea who reti theie llne. When they come In en the coupons, they nre numbered nnd copied off bv number only, with mi nmiies or mlili pvsc, neil they lire printed they reach the Jury, even the people ttlm are running this contest have for gotten who wrote which. And the mem hers of the jury, of course, never knew. Se the lei nre enst for the linca thciiisvt's nnd. offer the verdict i an- nn mem, uie erigimii coupons nre con INVOLVES NEWBERRY VOTE Ily the Associated Press Washington, Feb. . Andther pm tlnin clnh occurred today In the Sen ate ever the Newberry election ense, Iicmei'i-atlc Senators taking sharp ex cept Ien te nn attack by Senater Pepper ni their votes ngainl Senater New bu i y. trnnler Ashurst. n nemecrnt, called tin- Semite'.-, attention te u speech bv Senater Pepper last night at Albnn. N. Y., In whHi the new Pennsylvania Senater Mild that eviry Democrat had exhibited "hick of moral courage," In viling nsnlnst Senater Newberry and thci headquarters In Ilnrrisburg. The teachers have paid up promptly. There Is no default pe far e they are concerned. It Is cempulsnrv with tbem. It Is tin- State that has defaulted, . through lack of foresight of its fitcal ' officers, nnd Is responsible. The Scheel Empleye's ltetlremcnt . system wer n law enacted by the Leg islature of J017 and became epcratle in July, mm. " n I Today Jjiere nue 4(!.riflO contributing ' members' te this fund, of whom jibeut 1500 ure empleyes ether than teachers. Its object. Is te preide a fund for the retirement of any teacher e.- cm- pleye nt the ngc of sity-twe jeer. Of this fund the teachers contribute approximately nne-hnlf. the State one quarter nnd the It cnl school ditrict one-quarter. The tcnrhcr'H share Is- deducted from his or her salary. It is an enforced payment. I .l"p te Pibrunry 1 Hie school teachers; of the Stnte hud (niitribut'-d te tie re- Se WO C L'et nil Kfltlu mil nnw nn.1 we're well under way. Today there's another llm'rlck printed en the page oppeMto the funny pictures. That's where you'll always find em. They make these two pages just about nil the average family needs for n whole evening'. cntertnlnmcnt nnd the best of It Is that both nt 'cm appeal te the kiddles, te mother and the supposed limiil of tin. lieiisp nnd te crnndmn and kgrnndpa. There's no age limit In funny pictures or lim ricks, lJcst way te de Is te sit down and make a list of nil the words jeu can think of that rhyme with ".Jehn" and "en" nnd the chances nre that some of the words will suggest clever ldciiB te jeu te finish out the incomplete lim' rlck. Yeu must be very careful te write your name and address plainly. And it wouldn't be n bad Idea te add your business address where you can be found in the daytime, because, if you should happen te win that hundred, you'll want us te notify you just the minute the final verdict Is known te us. Tills isn't necessary. It's only u matter of con venience and speed in the transmission of the best news In the world te you. And be especially careful te note the , -mm , rosmen ex duiibi inaicaiei THr E ''f !. A-. IA-. I !. . 'i inn 9 ninia iioie inau When Slayer Fired POLICE INVESTIGATOR ; m 'fM .: !l r. t'a ' uz SAYS BODY WAS POSED ;3 Complex Acts Since Tragedy' Believed te Have Bearing en Murder NORMAND LETTERS FOUND Centlnurd en Pncp TrnlT-feur. t'etumn Four NORTHERN IRELAND DON T PASS BUCK Authorities, Peeling Efferts, Quiz Producers and Prominent Actresses at Hollywood FACING CIVIL WAR FINEGAN TO LEWIS Ulster's Frontier Virtually Gir dled by Unbroken' Line of Steel TROOPS RUSH TO BORDER ,Tw photograph t the top. Inkrn by a member of ihe crew.ef the Coast '.Stf...;..., ...4MM t.i........ .,. . ,. .....i ... .. .. 'ifjiiH r u "" r, iiiuiiui). siii.H.s nn- Miiuiic reiiniK up irnm inn liner as it in sirm in sicrn. uciew is ml cutter .Klrkapue, which Of'n tiftVrmlle ga!e,!HH'tWMil''K 'drifted smith off r.-um Mm- In flnmns fwi, ,aifagolj!it.the shl"lKfeclilfcI ' 'Cuptahi .Telin J. Ilulsen, of the Coast (in pww,jneiV t.ftass:ynrR'ft went te the rescue of the liner's trew s imtii- !!-JlH.3)Oi eiv te figh r lutr eilil v uuil'itu iiil-ji, mii;iiis-i 'trerkln; in the ship's lower regions ; Wilng meaFtircments for the big job of Kfittli.g the craft, which was te have Efbefun next day at their shipyard In Si Chester, or' slccnlnc In their cabin. 'A -erc cut off by the Hemes nnd neier ft' n again. Survivors be'ieve fhej were smothered by smoke Defere they even 5 had a chance te fight for their lies. inc swm spread ei uie names nas T fhen rise te a thcer that the tire might ' fltve. originated In the fuel oil tanks Jjs ku.lini.-19, lliniVilU III III III." .Ml IITVII ; connections, is. at first supposed. f. inis ini'ery ei nre in me en tonus flras expressed today by nn officer of the mfC purchasers of the bhlp, rifa New Yerk. L' ' r WlUnn's story i the , first authentic narrative of what -hap-"? pene'i i t i black hours after-mtdulglit '6, M the Northern Pacific. GRAPHOPHONEGO. if- RECEIVER ASKED . VTZ ! 1....1 ., r..iin...r..i i.ni.. ,.,,...... :,.,, Senater Pepper also Mild that the Deni- . Ilrt'nieiit fund Sn.S,.i.4n...O. ncrats linil jirncecdeii te "tarnish thai umer (of the Senate) by voting like a Heck of sheci. Senater Ashurst snid he did net be 'ieve Scnntrr Pepper bad ln-en quoted ceircitlv. Senater Pepper had net re turned today and Senater Ashurst snbt that wlun he did he, Mr. Ashurst, would expect Mr. Pepper te aew rr disavow his reputed remarks. Thy uHegid remarks, could net bnve been uttered en the Senate fler with- . eutt vIebitlnK the. Sniit,,-inilcs;'fcua- nr .vsnursr IVv July 1 next the contribution their shore will reach $.".000,000. Hut hew nbeut the Stete'a share? Owes Fund $1,500,000 It. ewes the fund Sl.r.OO.tme. it hasn't even paid up nil "f Ihc first year 1IIUI jet. The amount due .Tul 1. 1021. en its first yenr share was $717,000. Of tliis It has paid $001. JlH.riK. It Mill ewes .?V000 en this debt that is two years old. .Te be surjj Jbe T.egjsleture bes ap propriated meiiej." Hut it hasn't been' Hy (lip Associated Press Hclfnst, Keh. f).- Plster's frontier was virtually a line of st,.,.i today, fel- 0f lowing the raids jestcrduj. In which i many Unionists were- kidnapped. Prem Portadown. County Armagh, te Pel- Ipnk nt. Ili l.-'rtM !. t-. . . ' " viiiiHiiiigii-iienpsni oenler. feircs of "specials" ui.re en guard, as well as heavy contingents of the reciilnr consiaeuinrv State Scheel Chief Denies De partment Causes 'Jam in Treasury t RAPS MALICIOUS' CRITICS ll. the Associated Pre", Ilarrbiburg. Feb. !. ,l)r. Themas E. Finegan. State Superintt-ndent of Public Intructlen. replying te criticisms of Is Antreles. Feb n ta1Ic an.i county detectives investigating the myR (cry surrounding the murder of Wllllniil 7 ' Desmond Tayler, noted film .tlwsnr have advanced the theory that he) was ' 1 shot by n woman whom he was em bracing and who had her arms around i The theory is hnved en the position of the bullet found In hip back nnd the rnct that Tayler Is thought te have had his arms raised when he was Icilled. , "age. because she had been scorned by the director, Is the motive Imputed te the woman. A statement that the body of Tavler lice bn7Ji rln?(,1, owl" hefere the "po lice arrived te investigate the traepdv the" 'Tin by V- ?ns, meXref onVeK hf,rUcJlU.? f P0"CC Whlch j nu report l'arsens j.UVe his A 4 41 si AS the State's educational ureKram In an riers sntH h, i. '.... "i :.u;. "ls IL?- amire-s hefere the twenty-seventh - , ln,,, eui'' en ,hV fleer of .,i.UJ2 iiuui convention of tne wtatc hciioei ui- rcnert is said by at W !aT8 ef1l Diftrlct Attorney's eflce. than It te have "interested" them very much , P"S; , J.. with Detective Thern? S JN HOTEL CLOSET Insolvency of Columbia Com pany Alleged and Liabilities Put at $23,000,000 BELIEVE ASSETS SMALL Ily the Associated Press Wilmington. Del., Feb. 0. Applica tion for a recclvci'.lilp fei the Columbia flriiphoplieiie Manufacturing Company, n Delaware corporation, was made to day in the I 'lilted States District Court. Insolvency is allowed. The appllcutieu was ninde by the Scurries te Cever at Rap en Doer, but Tvvas Only a Waiter CROWDS AGAIN declared, addlnc thai If the . nre'' i, . i. .. . . . ' linlil i-ciiiisyivania ponnrer nae mace sucn n ,i- , .i u.i . '.,.. ..I- .... u n. sfafement he hed "ben guilty of moral ,TattSK ' Senater Kobinsen. of Arkansas, also 1l,Lrb1HXe!,,distHctslj;hcre are .leple.cd Sumter Pepper's address. As f"r "'J h" t ,;rt(!1C, AU ,?rnnfrr T'TT''' "TV."""!-- of TeTrs. fThe ewe n ,1 rcTlrenn fun.l Missouri, who hnd charee of the New- nbeut -,oe 000 lu-Sry cue for the majority, expressed' itnr m.t'n h'r,- this fi.cnl svstcm ESCAPE rcgiet unit -Mr. AsliuiPt was wipor wiper sensitle ever Ills lete against Senater Newberry." Senater Spencer said that (ltM-ii(sien should be deferred, however, until Senater Pepper should return. , SenatertSpeneei. deelnrnl the American people, n they examined the nise mere. I would nppreve the seating of Senater j Ncwberr.i . "Ne man would dure stand In my The 'spotlight of public interest is tret Hug en the nerves of Mr. and Mrs. Anaslase Vonsiatskey-Vonshitsky, who haie been hone.wiiooulng en the run for ne.uly a wue'e. The jeung Uiissian, who fought the lle'shevists and wants a (Var lcstei-el te Itussla, passed (lie night with his K Officer Gives Version feV 5.Ppntlil Offipi.1 Wltunn fmfl frtnn until fcjpsnlens were taken In en th" Wjlle. i I All A lf itn IMC-Mtm i lilni, a .! J .... W.iUmd last night in Hampton Heads niverul Securities ( empiiny. ewner1 heiress n-lde at the Hetel Nerniiindlc, B'.te a pilot beat, which set them ahere i of 1000 shares of common stock; May I Thirty-sixth and Chestnut sticcls. , .l or'elk ,0laJ'. T'K twenty-two i II. Shcn, owner of IL'liO "shares : Hcnr.v About S e clock tins morning they &S T"f rC '"'"l1 .V SraI""iS: Kunjeu, 27.-. shares, all of Jersey , telephoned for breakfast. llac.m aiul .'" mi me j ninsperiiuinii. ; i i nv. , it "I discovered the ftre at 12 :H.-i o'leck The amount of the liabilities Is put i ceU,, ''"' two the order. The and Continued en I'uce Twe, C'ulumn Flic AGENTS START 25 r"aTdS BY CLEANING JJP SALOON Five Squads Out Today te Descend en Five, Places Each Heath's saloon, KlOl llldge uvenue, wns raided this nficriineii hy Prohibi tion Inspector Walter I'nrnian and four agents In what the prohibition authori ties said was the first of twent.v-fic raids; te be tunde today. Carman and his men entered the nhice note works; The Stnte ewes the school districts millions of dollars. The districts ewe the Teacher's Iletlrcmcm Fund ?.100. 000. The districts su I" the State officials, "All right, pa us what you ewe us mid we will puj what we ewe the retirement fund. And the school dlrccteis can't be blamed for their attitude. It is their legal right. The law creutlng the fund permits them te held nut in this man ner. Morceier. there arc hundreds of -I mm te ..., .. , . ' ' - l's rectors' Assei-lnfinn here tn.lnv. nsert- I M- . t,.' ' "r criumea aeresp .i n ,.-: , .. :,?, '.:." -,. ms -u i ,-iuisjivnuiu is net. mnKing larger taches appropriations for education tha wlinillil 9t11 L-a n.1 tlin n Mhha n It was estimntcl thai ' the annronrlnflen, ilm.,1.1 ,,e , M,nrBnfi I i " .:1. w." '. "elective Themas Zel .-)000 men were engaged in policing thc' "'c lueatlenal authorities. ' I officers. bCCne before "I ,etkcr "oe. Dr. Finecan. ln-references tn n recent f .. , . ... - ... . . .r... f.. . ..: . .,, nuuywoea 'vA.jf & .. ryli aiLuriiRT nj . :s lf(lln.-A.l iJnTp&Zr. formation that sV?: iMiiiht, .1...1 : . ..--..---. -."..! ,ii ,nc .luiin.ir wciit-rni in sjnver ' ..i, ,- uiiininpfi..rrrini nnfA.i n.M. .fi ., ,,,-i.r. mill firiiinTii, np. I n.iMi.i .. ... . .--.. .- ... a.uv.. ui uunm. ji-w? tl.e 0-callcd "A" ,.d "ir r w"h i. MZagZTm for l"P Lomraen" I ''e"7"'J .r?.c'lers:a.n( "thcrs in aMf: Aicempnn.Mng them were ether trucks' ..",. c" . . ,. wltli stores and nminunitlen. ,,e h'a,e '" ineJiing no larger eon- ingii tension prevails at all neinfs , ' """'"n 10 puenc eitucatien than it ... ..-. ii ui.-iu uru embarrass ments te the Stnte Tieasury thev can not he fharged te niipruprlatie'ns for education." said tlic State Superinteml ent. who pointed out that in 1011 20.2 ccuts out of ewrj dollar appropriated b the State went for educatien: in 101 1. L'2.4 cents; In 1010, 2.-..0 cents, 'and in 1021. 2(5.: cents. .pi. r-. . . . . 4HU lercrs ncgan te meie toward thr!;'"T" ny Aimiter uencrai Samuel S. r border yestcrduj. The rends ieiidlne..,c".,.V .,u,n,w' iie W"H Passing the 't-tK camera of the District southward from l!elf,.si ,i'.. ".. , ?.ufK Jn rc8ar., te rcspensibllit.v f(irJ."H.'S' SW .lumeiLteward scenes of nnuvlt,'. The- wen- f ed w T";P;n,V., JIV' A"" I "Z . "."'L1. . th ' meter Si , n" i ".svTO4B-iiiu mcrs in armfi"-Wp.q I,., "V:.. " ""r"' ween age .-strangers trine in: ilirnmrli tl,. iv counties are subject te tile ilnse,t scrutiny and in some cases are halted and Inh iregated. Additional kidnappings eccuiml to te da in t'eunty Fermanagh, em of (he leunties in which jesterdav's iatds were inrrled eit. Four cl.is jj" special ensl.ihliwere kidnapped in the ltes. leu district. The were taken in the direction of Hnlljbaj , where It is he llcvcd ether prisoners are being kept. Sir Dawsen I!ate, the I"ser Heme Sec tetniy, has nddies.eil a further strong leiueiistrance te the Vlcerm iihniit il..1n in releasing the kidnapped 1 nlenists, ..State formerly made. iciiuiuiiing tiiai t in -v in SV01K einls.7..le.l h If. 1.. P.rlnill Etjtsterday morning," Wilsen said. "lint S10.000.IHIO te banks and financial he.tel register knew them as "Mr. and , 'irI-v ,1,ls afternoon. Agents ltey and , former State (mple.e serlm; two and a ' .. .. t ... .1. til . ' li. .. .lint i ittiini'Lii,..a. ,- . . .. I t9 rniiliit.l li. Kn n..l .!.! ..I 1. 1 . .. il. I . ft ...., n ,n uii wuicu en ine uriugc, ttuu tne creuiiers, in aiKiiiieu hi .s.i.uimi.uiiu te Jirs. Alexandre llrnt. V" n-n ".- ""i ,inu sieu nnai nun jcni-s in me unuu i ciuieniiarj : .HIT ...t.l .l.f.l. ...... t 1 11. .. .....1 . .1 It. .- t mi- kfif UAfi. tun nni.t. .. .il.l.l... ,1 11 I. .... I ..!.. .1 1.. 1 ... .1. (, niira wini-ii wus Hilling US lireatl- iiiiTriinnuise iiiiii i.iuer lye'iuers. .e discreel wiltei- curi-iiii.. id., lin.nl- ' V. ; "''" ,'"" 'i1'""" " hiusrj. ,i i, ik-ii imiiiiiii- whs m-iik-iii-i'ii hi uie pwnwfl uiuuuiii uie u willll or SIIIOKC. iisuiik ei lstl is iiumi-. uui uie inicr- i . . . . ..... , 1 R . "..- ".' ' s, iihiumk iniiiiu . .nun., mini un- ,-tiuri ei - Wi "I rnn te the saloon deck, enened I ence of the anahsis of the imnpnii.i's " . ' ' "'I'l'1" "' l unnr 0l loe"M -emethlng down the dumbwaiter. In- deied liiiu te make rest ft ui ion of ih r&i deer and found the enhlns nn.i un. . affairs Is that thev are small. -i. wlilch was assigned the honey-'"'Migiiiien mscieseil a new lilackjack amount cmhez.led. moeners at 5 o'clock lust night fellow- " .,llp hotteni of the shaft. , Lewis has i-cipiestet . . ,v ,n-iiil i nili'il niilics .1 ris de'' and found the cabins and sn f Jeens full of smoke. As I entered the f "toinpunienway lending te the lower fleck, flic flames burst forth in u socih secih ' Ing mass. j-' "I ordered the beats manned, reused . the captain, and cnlleit the ether officers i nacrew. When the beat I commanded , w launched there was no sign of the I lour shipyard umplejcs. They had net ; come en deck, and sailors had been iin- ' ); JWe te reach their quarters. I beltevc V the fire slnrted nuiir the place where 4 iDCxe four men were sleeping, i.- " Itecausft of the quick spread of the I i names we experienced great difficulty In hunching the beats. We tried ut first' y tn t... ,).. n. .i... .. ., . t, .... w get them ecr the leeward side, but ,wuqu ting impossible. We then trleil Jte get them ever the windward side, a ft.nucn mere dangerous proceeding. We ftet the beets launched, however, thanks Im splendid scamansliip and hrncry A 0F both officers unit men. nml eiet-i mm of thr crew get nwey safely. Several 'f eight floors of the (Jethain National KOI the men were singed bv the flumes "nnk lliiihliug, In (eluuibus Cirile, IS ITO Innvinl.n.l 1ia l..lu CU Vdl-k (1V. Clltl'il.s 111 li'-IFI etfllle The stenniHltl,, 'IV,i,,K,.'rriiii..M .. 1.1..1. . lentnl et SI. 11(10. 000. tt00k Captain i.ustl ami most 'of the Sales for the nine mouths prciedliin iwryiveis in .Newnert News con d threw Mcpicmner .. 111-1. wire eniy .sin afTiiirs Is that thev are small. The general af'idiixlt charges tliat the increase in the business of the defend ant at no time has been proportionate te the enlargements of the capital stock and the making of In. ins. and thai since the middle of 1020 this lies been steadily ilceieasjng. This fs reflected in the pi Ice of the stock in the open m.irket, which has declined from ST." two .icais age te $1.2. lust mouth, '''here ine stated te he outstanding $0,N!!.7.'ll of prefenrd stock of SlOtl liar aliie nml K,2('.K,:Mi of common stock of no par value. Judge Hugh M. Merris issued an or der setting the case for a hearing en February 17. llcsiilcs a plant at ltrldgepert. Conn., there is another at Fast' Haltimere, en which S.'l.r.OO.OOO has been 1 xpended. which is net new in use, ami another in Terente, Can., costing Sl.riOO.OOO, also net In use, A lease for eight eais ing their rapid dash from the leld and unfurnished 'Jlei nest" In llhllcy l'aik. Itilde Hides I'ndcr Itcd Tliere was a quick scurrj Lu;; lieiinl nml t'hena niulllcd mas-inllne voice ( ailed: "Kntre.," The waiter euttreit nnd lie sas Anastiise hud "ducked" Inte n closet. That's why his voice was uiut lled ; nor could the bride be scen. As the waiter wns iirr.iiiginr the l.icakfast Aimstase ami his bride with drew from their hiiliii plums and e plii'ued thej thought a photegiupher might linie been amhiislicd near th" deer. in Nyn'iIIhifiawf; ,,t(,,1,p.l,"t(;'""11"'-','ll Father Withdraws Charges and In the lobby after the breakfast hum , . . . ... and waited for the lioneiueone;-s te 1 Year-Old Bride Is Happy nppuir. The guests d,rv up chairs Wedding hells peulcd tedav near the elCMiter and made themselies "udal Deueihn, srventecn-ear-ilil I'limfeiiable. .Syrian girl, after her father wlthdiew Auditor (ieiieial Information fiem Mnrshnl ac- . the Attorney (Sciii'imI's ileiiiirtiiient .w cnmpnnled tlic ngents te make arrests, te what is te be done about getting the I lie pioprleter was net. present. The meiiev hack. agenth say they will itnest him later. , Ilriudle. who was a cleik In tlic Audi Agents left the Federal Hullding in ter (leneial's department under former five s(,iads, each te maRe five raids. Auditor (leneial Cbnilcs A. Sn.wler. Twenty-live additional agents wi're when the euibczleineut took p'laci, brought from nearby points te assist. I handled considerable sums of the State's mill (leiiuilidlng thai Hit hi set On, teniliuinl mi race rnur. (ntiimii 1'eur Jmineilmtclj . Sir James t'niig. the rrcmier. also made simil.ir 1 'picscuta- WHO'S GOING TO REFUND """.; '; ,tI"; Mlb ''M"" ,. , nnlllnl ... i - (flenel i Ickluim. (euiiii.indiug the BRINDLE'S STEALINGS? nier specials, has cehe,i ,. ",.,;,. Ulllllicatinn fiem Dnlilm Civile, simi,,,. 1 that the Preiisiiiu.il n' eminent is send ling special ellii 1 rs i,, niotigate the klduaiipiiig. A Ilritish regiment, u uisferred from Fid State lerritnr.v 1- due te reach Fnulskilhn within a few dins, it wn reported today the transfer would be evpedltctl. An I'lsier pelhe eiliier who made 11 tour of the bonier during the night said ted.ij : "The police iirrnns incuts nie new as I complete .is 1 ne can In- made te iiiMirc JmiiiuuiM from iui.isien It is unllkelj that re' el fnrci s will nor ag.iln at- District Attornev ThemnsT. Tr."i. wine turniMl the case of Mrs. MadalynnV Cenner Ohencbaln. en trial for murder, "i or te his chief deputy, nnd devoted his attention te tin- motion picture colony-' murder. Complex angles of act that occurred since the murder, which Inves tigators say give strong Indications of connection with the murder Itself, were placed under exhaustive, scrutiny. They include recovery of a packet Of letters, including enmn n-rltten ku 'i tin iiiiii . iiiiii 1111 ri iiinn . . - -- -.., vcu t tlnn.nl htkti.m ",i,..r...ni 1 ..a-.', ' ... -'label Nermnnd. nctrcs.s. thn lets r... cannot he provided os the law directs ."i ?""'." ,0 tlp '""cc te have been without Iurger npiiroprlatiens thnn tlw.l""1 .-Jier prier te Ills death. This. . Tinr-L-n,- i.-nc IV......1 !.. . i . ... ii" , " inn- .vesieruay nr inc layler lieuse, being concealed In n beet' in a closet. It wns announced nt the District Attorney's office that these let ters, which nre In the District Attor ney's custody, would net be made rrublic at this time. "Any plan which seeks te equalize educational advantages must result in im-roiiseti appropriations; and nn educa- 'Villi kllOW of the skillful effn, l.lt. I has been ninde fn create the belief nmeng school directors and teachers throughout ,-n nn- mm. inr some unknown rea- entltiuril 1111 nBr Pour. th Column Twe Auditor General's Request for Re payment Raises Interesting Question Ilurrisburg. Feb. !. -Who Is going te make restitution te the State for tin HIT BY AUTO, DIES Aged Weman's Skull Fractured When Run Down en Street Mrs. If Shndingrr sevent -nine of 112s Ven l street died In St. Jeseph's Hospital lasi nlsht .ifter beuiB stru,.K li mi automobile at lliend and Norris street- I Inr ku!l wn fractured. 1110 aiuumei.iin was uriveii h At " .llll UlPtOII. III"' Ciinlltiiiril en I'iibc The ( nlumn Three .lenul k.M..nl l.m numtnii n M... s,i... , ,, ". !-. .UHKiietnii was held witliuiit bail bv Magistrate Henshaw in City Hull te await the ac tion of the ( 'ei ener. Centralized Imcstigallen The centralized investigation will be carried en as fellows : t yurstienlng uf several wealthy and influential producers, one of whom has been questioned before In tlic case. Questioning of nt least four motion picture actfcsises, in an effort te deielep fin t her information concerning the the ory of a woman being the motive for the slnjlng. Questioning of two men. net. con. . CJreene nected with motion pictures, along lltica 01 jcireiisj, as a motive in the case. Clese examination of former empleye of the slain dincter In order te reveal' irs. Oulers Were glicn te take the seized liquor te the tieiernmcnt warehouse nt Thirty-second nnd .Market streets, (ieergn W. Celes, Flilted States Attor ney, prepurcit the warrants jesterdiiy. GIRL IS FREED; WEDS 17- for Hut the Veusinfskjs are hiseminir ns ndent nt conceiilmont ns an Old World diplomat. At lit e clock thev entered charges which kept her In the Camden 1 niiiiM ,11111. The glil was married te Salmen Tnv . ,,, .. . . s uiiseiiieiii. 1 hit ran iiueu:rii tne imr bir shop and 1 uiei-i;ed en the Thirty hith stiect side of tile hetej. l.lmeusine "te .Ialcli" Mrs. Veiisiatskj, who was Mrs, Mar ian Ileum Stephens,-nf 'Chicago, were a III. Ill ttlll Sllll 'IMu. milt I. ...1 .. II.-a- 1 ..... .1 1 .i. :. 1. ........ . .... "i""' '. '. ." '" " Centln,,,,. en im.. vnnr.. ,. m xT: ,'','" ."".'' V. '""? '" ' '' " . " " ""'"' i'f "'Wli! and seaNkln ..... . -,,v, ,, .,,.,. 1 riiniriuiitMi iiii uiurr nif'r?i iy iriitMiii ylltllc light en the disappearance of the 000.000, ns against Mi.OOU.OIKI fur 'tin-. Iun Ship men. ' similar period ending September .'10, X Ner could the tanker Wlie. wliieh , 1"20. wok five mere Biirvivers te Ilninpteii ' P'efits for the 11120 neiled arO stated ,,eaiIs Inst night and transferred themi'" haie been S7..'tO;i.7.'i-l, while less of 9 one of the hnntw f tin. Vlrvlnl,, l'l. . !?2..'l.'l0.77ri.70 was itieuwreil ill the 1021 en the cleiiiter and weie tukeii. te theieuiii, 1010 Kllswerth srreet, tills cit'j . uy ine uev. iirnuiien Shea, lector of Our Itnilj. of Mount Cnrmel Cliurch, Ciimdrii. The corcmeiiv wns perforined in the office of Sheriff Hutch. Camden. Mich ael jioueiiiu. tne girl's fulher. ui cd-en mene.x , but was net. UMler Imud. He i. seriing liw prbi'ii eiitence new am! Is said te be "broke." Tlic question iippeiiiinsi js whether, in sp ilntlen around ihc capital, if Itrimlle iiinnnt raise the menc.i te make restliuiien. Ids feimi'i suporleih In ilie Auditor Cieueral's depaitmcnt will li.nc te make geed. Charles A. Snider, who was Auditor 1 fSeiieral when jhe eiiihiv,.lem.ut took place, is new State Tieasiirer. The question of lespenslhilitj was pui up te Mr. Sn.ider but he declined tn make any ceuiliieul for publication, although lie tndiiateil that lie was net leucermsl eier ihc Auditor (leneral's request. CARDINAL ARRIVES IN ROME Philadelphia Prelate Encountered Hardships en Journey Kiiiiic. Feb. D. il! A. P.)f,. riiiitlnurit nn I'nge Veuiirrn, Column K NAVAL ORDNANCE MAKERS ' FURL0UGHED WITHOUT PAY' HIT HIM WITH PLATE 1 of outstanding contracts for siipplir The IiiHolwnej of the cempau.i is shown bv its inability even te pay the iliteiest 011 its debts, A committee was formed in Sep- temper, lii-i, 10 protect eutstaiuiii Slit U.i. r- ,. ...... .. .. j--. nca rresn, waixress tens mag utrate Discharged ' Mi.,- II 1 .. .. . . t..l .. Oil. r.,S-"l 1'usiiuii, a waitress empinicil lit eemiiieniui impi-r iiiiiiiiiiuiiiK 10 .si,,,- J?' Market street, was haled into the 1 0.VI.00O. and another committee was urui I'eiiee Court en charges pre- formed last iiientn 10 protect 11,111111,111111 "fed by Harry Goldstein, 2!t2 Seuth geld S per cent notes, ami the business fly-ninth street, is new being carried mi by thcue nun. enistcln exhibited a bandaged hem' milters, sil'il tlmt tt... iri ..ui...... ..... I TI10 ccneral financial ileiiresslnii is Jfoy6catien, had struck him with .1 held lespeusible in pint for the present I'ltte. li' I, ..... ..1.1 .nn- , irmklllrm .if Iho cntllMlinv ilddeil In ulileli liil,... " i'""s.ii imii a 1 1111 rein 1 - - . - VnCry. IL 1 inii-ee titinii et its llivenler. . ,, .,.,... .... . .... If. .,lls '"an lias been coming In even I iVtki ? tr " wp(k." N''e sh. "Frem ih.". ' "c .WUH resii, ami it ninde 110 2-.ricllP. WMeti I naln.,1 1.1... ... ..,. Il morn I1B he pnl ilnwiiplflit l.itiiilt. ...i t.". . r .....".., Ii,"'1 J Just lest, my tetuuer," 0C Will dtHf-lin iul 11 L -.... .., ffif Monteux Re-engaged as Conductor llnsfim, Feb. 0. (Ily A. P.) -The trutlees of the Husten Symphony Or chestra announced today that Picric Monteux hud been i-engtigvd as con cen con ducteror n term of twu yenvs. UI cellar and cuffs. A sealskin hat com plot ed Hie out lit. A limousine, its. culm mulching the bible's suit, w.is at the cuib, with Its Centliiuril mi I'iiki' Thri-i- Column Twe FIRE ON INDIAnTmOB British Native Police Kill Three Rioters, Wound Eight Others liaudeu, Feb. 0. (Hy V. P.) The llrltlsh Imliiin police Hied en a mob of 10.000 natiies dining a mtIeiik ifet at TlruMiniiiiiiinliil. about elvjitv-tiu' miles southwest of MadniN, In the Tan Tan Jete dUfrlct, en Tucsduv last, killing tluce persons and wounding e'ght otli etli ers. sins nn Hvenlng Ne.s dispatch from Madras., iidclpliiii from Akren. I)., in .liim. nci Till! JOIl VOU HE l.OOKINr. run may w,,eui hI"'V m,u '."rp t blut-whlU (III ii fnumt n i4 Help ivunicfl column en meiid stud from Ills hirt while be was 'page 2t.-..litu. 'absent from Ms, l.erll, " wuw m-i in i iiu jnii uniny. nuc tuiew tier iliiial Deiiglieity, nt riillmlelphla. and aims around his neck and pleaded for Cardinal llegin. of t.Miehec, icaclied perinlsshm te marry. . Heme tml.i.i from Paris. After formally withdrawing a charge Neither opciled te arriie in Heme that hs daughter was u runaway and In time for piuticipiitleu in the election had taken .i00 of her mother's money, of the new I'epe. but thej will attend the father summoned Tu.ieum. The the coronation of Pepe Puis next Sun newl) man led couple came le this citv, dav. where thev. will lhu at the Fllswerth Cardinal Doughert) wn oeinpnnlefl street address. i,s secret ar. Veij ,.x Jeseph u nitiiKci nun nise nx in niece, .Miss lJerulhy MacCeiiuU k, who joined him in Pui i. The jeurnej from Paris here wi most dlsiigicc.ihlc, the cold being se severe tlinl ilie pipes n the party's slcepii were I'nveii, At Pisu (lie train ran into n snowsienu, which brought down all the iclegiaph wires The Italian Guvi'riimciit fuinislied an esceit fet Cardinal Deuglm). fmm Pisu t"' Heme, di signaling the m ,v. sioner of police ded'Otlu's for ihs dutv tin his aiilxal here the Carditinl weiii te thn Amciicnu College, whni' he win leshle dir'ing Ills sojeuiu lu Itiiine PKHIIArS THR VEItY AIITICI.E VOU ARK . loekinB for In In the l..,r HRle co uinn ti? ero iKcn .a sua .-. idv. SALOON AT THIRD AND GREEN STREETS RAIDED Prohibition agents mided the sulecn of G. G. Mciglfeh at Third nnd Green stieets this afternoon as one of a seiits planned by the United States Attorney. Piohibitien Inspector Caiman seized four qunrts of what he said was poisonous" liquor. He determined its -poisonous" quality by smelling nnd burning- some of It. -' He said it wasn't alcohol ami it wasn't whisky, and" had some ether in it. Jeseph Knd'es, bai tender, was nrtested "LABOR OFFICIALS AND DOCTORS TO MEET HERE HAHRISBURG, Feb. O.-State Laber and Industry official, will meet with industiinl surgeons nncl physicians of Pennsylvania nt Philadelphia Satuiday. Pieblcnis telativt te industiinl acci dents will be considered. A numbtr of officials and iadustiial surgeons from ether states nie te attend. PULLMANC0.MJJST PAY Passenger, Robbed of $4000 Dia mond Stud Gets Verdict A 81000 diamond stolen from K, V lliewnell. an engineer of MIS Walniil stiert. while riding lu n Pullman cai, iiiuct be paid for hy the Pullman Com Cem H.IIIV, according te tile lenlict of a jury ill Judge liii'Tiitl's limit ted.ix. .Mr. tirewnell was lelurnlng te Phi'. MISS BIRKHEAD TO TESTIFY; PRINCE DEFEATS WOMAN Ready te Appear in Any Legislative Mrs. Dike, of A Probe of Mississippi Case New Orleans, Feb ! (Ily A. P ) If there is a legUlathe Iniostlgutien of the ihurgi's brought again it (Joiciner l,ce M, ltus.l, of Mississippi, ,v M.s 1'iaiices Itlrkhuid, who has entered suit agaiusi uie nexerunr ler vi(IIUMK) merlcan Relief. Falls of Election te a French Academy Paris, Feb 1).- Prince Albert, of Monace, jesterduj was ele'eted a foreign lueinbep of t,.. Acu nv of Agi IcIImi,. er .mis. Annie Muiruv Dike 1 Philadelphia Yard One of Half Dezen ' Affected by Suspension Order Washington. Feb. II. f!J A. P.) Oulers linve been issued hj Secretary Denbx for thn suspension of nil ordnance work designed for the xessels affected b the Nuxul Mmitatieu Trinty signed at, the Washington Arms 'eiifercncc. The effect of the orders, it was mid at the department, will be te la, off temporarily these ciuplejes who have been engaged en such work. The uriln ceveied by the order were these at New Verk, Philadelphia, Nor folk, Vn.; Seuth Charleston, S. C. ; Mare Island, Calif, and possibly Mosten. The onluiince plant at Seuth Charles ton, which was engaged largelv upon "instruction of large guns' and plate, armor fur the dreadnoughts under con struction, was expected te be most, sow-te! affect id by the orders, Of-- ticiiils said there was no Intention te' ciesn the plant entirely. At the naval gutishep In the Wash ington Navx Yuiil, whcronieKt of the lilliug of iniiin buttery guns Is ceni-,, pletfd. l.'.'O mpe,cs were notified te. dii. that the would he furleughel without p.n The, appointed a dele dele giitieu which presented u pretest te ; Assistant Secretary Hoesevelt. At the Plilleilclilil. Vavy Vard If wry said this afternoon that thf xanl weithi net be as seriously aflfcled iih juiih' eiheis b tin. order for the suspension of ceitain linen or work. Of thn -l.')0t ' veikmeii ut tin jnril. It was tuild. eiilx' about 100 iullit lie uftectcd. Thes linve ( I V absent from his berth, . v ., slip ;mif nf il... ..,..! m .... . irlM'i'il Working en tin tintt tirtiluiirii Phl-J i will be willing te tfstlfx against him. ,7 ".""""'"' eiiiniissj,,,, feri h, t u, ', , . ;, . " 'r ; ("'7,,,V"'7 i she said teda, in a sta.unent te a Ien p""f ' "'p Oevas.ate.l Regions of .' ",, ."m . , "J hi ft I J '(., S S """t'Tillni: if . .M i ,. ';;;,ce. bavoteef:illagain..ttl. ..palrhibs. Nene r L ur will le M .......L A'U.t. ,S.,"h,JB, " . '""II '"'0 academy, with Prince aii.. cl.arg,,l If work ch.. mi L t i ,..? MA ttlilntUr un tl.e ilcfei lnnr"tV1'.,l"t ".w l,us, "'cnlii'iH thiee jmi,7,. ),', !"' ' '," Hn,e ..my be KVVu (mi fMl ftSStt iWSSSltt, I l!,d0,kiivfl"Jib,'Be t '! K i !,,,,S,,H ultl"",t vny- JmM I Hiture may order' the statement. I hSl!1 I 9m mT mg- ' m tfi -l : 1 V M w hi S3 il .J w ll .Jrt S u "i-J i 'i '3 v ........ .i... e.,. ...... ..